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My apologies.  I was doing some research and labeled the photo incorrectly.  Here is a photo of the motherboard for MY machine. 
The MPU pictured SB is for super spin sizzling 7s. Do you also have a super spin sizzling 7s S2000 machine?
The board you posted in your first post is a S2000 spinning reel slot machine like Lookes said.  It will not work in the Game King photo you posted.  So one of of the photos isn't really what you have.  Which one is it?
This is what my machine looks like.
IGT AVP (Including G20,G23) / Re: MLD Display jumping issue?
« Last post by Tilt on Yesterday at 10:53:52 PM »
I believe they are the same, but I've only replaced the inner panel.
IGT AVP (Including G20,G23) / Re: MLD Display jumping issue?
« Last post by sixcardmark on Yesterday at 10:20:25 PM »
I have two 22" MLD's with bad inner screens.  I too believe it's from heat.  Are the inner and outer screens the same?
IGT AVP (Including G20,G23) / Re: MLD Display jumping issue?
« Last post by Tilt on Yesterday at 10:12:26 PM »
Hard to say it's definitely not something, but most likely it's the panel.  I had to replace an inner panel on my MLD monitor as well.  I think the inner ones go bad quicker because of the heat from being sandwiched between the LED back lights and the outer panel.  I could be wrong on that, but it seems like the inner ones are the ones that tend to fail.  It's a Samsung panel.  I found a replacement using the part number Harp provided from a Chinese supplier on Ebay.  It was around $135 shipped a couple of years ago, probably more now like everything else if you can find one.

This is my first post on this site so I am sorry if I did anything wrong in advance.

I recently bought a igt s+ double diamond. It has a DBV-145 installed on it. The person I bought it from was using tokens and never used the dbv. I am trying to get it to work, however I cannot seem to get it to work. The BV 9--1 setting is enabled when i got it however the denom was set to 0. I used the set chip to enabled the denomination and set it to 25c. The insides of the dbv are very clean and the unit looks to be in very good shape. When I start up the machine the dbv starts up and makes the normal noises I would expect however the bezel never lights up nor does it even try to take money. I have tried reseating all of the cables as well and no such luck. I have tried looking at other posts for help and I haven't found anything that has got it to work yet. I have attached a picture of the dbv with the version information. Let me know if you have any idea/what additional information that would help.

these are from earlier S and Splus , PE and PE plus machines. getting hard to find these white plastic inserts.  also included are 40 mini cherry switches, and 32 twist and lock type lamp sockets with bulbs, probably #68. don't know the status of the bulbs, sure some are good?  everything in the picture goes for one price, 50.00  plus shipping.

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