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Bally Electromechanical / Re: bally 929-1 restoration
« Last post by Peter321 on Today at 12:01:45 AM »
Thanks for extensive reply; I indeed was mentioning the disc on the photo, before cleaning it was acting like you described, now it does not, so was not sure what behaviour must be; it is clear now and I have work to do there.

In process of measuring the payout lines according text explanation disc wiring I found different results with meter in diode position. For three in a row sometimes apprx. 0,6v, which should be ok; sometimes 0,08, which is not ok and sometimes no measurement. Need to check the other combinations and see what it brings

IGT S and S-plus Reel Games / Re: Hopper periodically spits extra quarter
« Last post by knagl on Yesterday at 10:51:23 PM »
I did read your post and I'm not saying you're doing this (since you explicitly said you're not), but it is possible on an S+ machine to sneak an extra coin in. This is typically done by dropping the final coin for the maximum bet and an extra coin into the machine in very quick succession, before the lockout coil has a chance to engage. When that happens, the machine will allow you to spin the reels with your max bet wager, and then will pay out one coin from the hopper to pay the player back for the extra coin that was accepted.

If you are absolutely, positively not inserting an extra coin, you'll need to investigate why the machine thinks that you are.

Note that it's very difficult to fool the machine into thinking that a coin was inserted when it wasn't, so I'm not sure what to suggest other than cleaning your coin-in optics, and ensuring that the encoder (the plastic piece in the coin-in optics that forces the inserted coin to pass by the optics correctly) is the correct size for the coins you're using.
IGT PE and PE Plus Poker Games / Re: Hydraulic cylinder lbs for Bartop PE
« Last post by SilverFerret on Yesterday at 07:04:48 PM »

 The one I have in the game here is 50# made by Spring Lift.
LOL, that's the same as I took out of mine except the 50# sticker was jacked up and I couldn't read it.
Thanks so much, Jim
NLG Classified ads and White Sheet / Re: Legacy Bill Validator Light
« Last post by hotlsot on Yesterday at 06:45:30 PM »
They work with MEI
IGT PE and PE Plus Poker Games / Re: Hydraulic cylinder lbs for Bartop PE
« Last post by 63mini on Yesterday at 06:37:47 PM »

 The one I have in the game here is 50# made by Spring Lift.
WMS Williams Video / Re: WMS BB2 Jurisdiction chip question?
« Last post by Eddiie on Yesterday at 06:29:13 PM »
ah, its the same signing they use to sign the OS and Game cards.. So if you figure out the Jurs, let me know.

I will let you in on a little clue I discovered, the first 2 bytes of the Jurisdiction are not part of the signature.
Those are the only 2 bytes you can change without triggering a checksum error.

Why?  Because those 2 bytes are meant for VGT  (Video Game Terminal) ID.


Any reverse engineering on the Jurisdiction needs to not include the first 2 bytes in the process.

Some keys used for checking the signing are in the BIOS...  But still need one more key, I think...
Some keys are in the boot sector of the OS and/or game card.     

If you compare Dev BIOS with Prod BIOS you will see.

WMS Williams Video / Re: BB2 Battery Problem
« Last post by Eddiie on Yesterday at 06:15:16 PM »
I have got some bad batches of batteries from Amazon.  Grrrrrrr  finally found a good source.   At least, so far they seem to be OK.
I mean the CR2032 batteries....  Not the other thicker one..
Bally Reel Games / Re: S6000 settings question
« Last post by Sunrise Side on Yesterday at 06:10:58 PM »
Door optics not working?
Konami Games / Re: KP3 ticket out setup? ( standard validation )
« Last post by Eddiie on Yesterday at 06:09:05 PM »
That should do it..  Check the cable?
Activity lights?   The machine will keep spitting out its sas id until it gets a proper response.
NLG Classified ads and White Sheet / Re: Legacy Bill Validator Light
« Last post by Brownie1977 on Yesterday at 06:06:51 PM »
Probably a dumb question, but would it work with an MEI validator or does it have to be a WBA?
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