Question about Video Game Consoles & Games
Awesome find John!
Ok everything else works except it won't coin up?
Open the coin door and look inside, there should be a microswitch under the coin mech, with two wires running to it. Those are what sends the signal to coin up the game. Make sure the wires are connected to the switch properly. There should be three pins on the switch: a common, a normally open, and a normally closed. One wire goes to common and one goes to normally open.
If you look further into the cabinet there should be a Menu and a Service button. Work your way through the Menu with a little trial and error and you can put the cabinet on Free Play, so you don't have to worry about coining it up.
If its even older than what I think you might have to adjust the freeplay settings with dipswitches and that is a whole different story.
-Let me know!
Posted on Feb 13, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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