Sega WaveRunner Owner`s manual

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is a list of commands and errors for the Drive System:
CF Telling Compressor to start
CE Wait for tank pressure to come up
CD HoId body still
CC Move body to lower limit and hold
CB Move body to upper limit and hoId
C9 Set the center of handle
C6 Set the Accel off position
C7 Set body to center position
E C ROMerror
E l RAMerror
E2 Rear centering error
E3 Front down limit error
E-4 Front up limit error
E5 Front volume error
E6 Low pressure from tank
E7 Compressor matfunction (Japaneese games only)
Whenever there is a drive malfunction always
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check the folIowing
first:
Tank is dry as well as water fflters in motion base.
Line pressure f.?om compressor is set to 90 psi.
Primary reguIator in motion base is set to .6 mpa.
Secondary regulator to 3) above is set to .3 mpa.
There are no afr leaks in system.
All connecttons
from Drive bd to Valve Assy in motion base are
connected and there are no broken or pinched wires.
These acttons
generally will handle most errors found in drive system.
Occasionally if the regulators are not set correctly, the Pitch and RCA
cyl&ders
can get unequal pressures in them, This will prevent them from
fdl travel which especially with the pttch cylinder and can cause E2-E5
errors. To correct this, turn the game power off disconnect the air from
the machine. Then dfsCOMeCt one at a time and reconnect the red,
clear, black, and bIue 1Omm hoses at the valves that feed this cylinder.
This will release the pressure from the cylinder. Watch your hands as
you do this because the machine will move as the pressure 1s rde=ed.
Now reconnect the air to the game. Next power up machine and watch
screen for drive status as it goes through it’s tests. The Roll cymder
usually won’t give you trouble but if it does follow this same procedure
with the exception of disconnecting the four 1Omm hoses. There will be
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The following
is a list of commands and errors for the Drive System:
CF Telhng Compressor to start
CE Wait for tank pressure to come up
CD Hold body still
CC Move body to lower lfmit and hold
CB Move body to upper limit and hold
C9 Set the center of handle
C8 Set the Accel off position
C7 Set body to center position
E O ROMerror
E l RAMerror
E2 Rear centering error
E8 Front down limit error
E4 Front up limit error
E5 Front volume error
E6 Low pressure from tank
E7 Compressor malfanction (Japaneese games ody)
Whenever there is a drive malfunction always check the folIowing
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fhst:
Tank is dry as well as water fflters in motion base.
Line pressure from compressor is set to 90 psi.
Primary regulator in motion base is set to .6 mpa.
Secondary regulator to 3) above is set to .3 mpa.
There are no sfr leaks in system.
AlI connections from Drive bd to Valve Assy in motion base are
connected and there are no broken or pinched wires.
These actions generally wiIl
handle most errors found in drive system.
Occasionally if the regulators are not set correctly, the Pitch and Roll
cylinders can get unequal pressures in them. This wlU prevent them from
full travel which especially with the Rtch cylinder and can cause E2-E5
errors. To correct this, turn the game power off disconnect the air from
the machine. Then disconnect one at a time and reconnect the red,
clear, black. and blue 1Omm hoses at the valves that feed this cylinder.
This will release the pressure from the cylinder. Watch your hands as
you do this because the machine will move as the pressure is released.
Now reconnect the air to the game. Next power up machine and watch
screen for drive status as it goes through it’s tests. The Roll cyhnder
usually won’t give you trouble but if it does folIow this same procedure
with the exception of disconnecting the four 1Omm hoses. There wlll be
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Contents
INTRODUCTION TO THE OWNER’S MANUAL
GAME REGISTRATION
GENERAL PRECAUTIONS
INSTALLATION LOCATION PRECAUTIONS
SAFETY AND REGULATORY INFORMATION
SPECIFICATIONS
INSTALLATION ITEMS
ASSEMBLING THE MACHINE
ASSEMBLING THE PTV
ASSEMBLE THE CABINET
CONNECTING THE CABINETS
LEG ADJUSTERS
SHIPPING BRACKET
POWER ON
ASSEMBLY CHECKS
MOVING THE CABINET
OPERATION
HOW TO PLAY
EXPLANATION OF TEST AND DATA DISPLAYS
SWITCH UNTT
TEST MODE
M E M O R Y TEST
TGP TEST
INPUTTEST
OUTPUT TEST
SOUND TEST
CRT TEST
GAME ASSIGNMENTS
COIN ASSIGNMENT
COIN CREDITS
MANUAL SETTINGS
VOLUME SETTING
HANDLE VOLUME
ROLL VOLUME
THROTTLE VOLUME
VALVE TEST
PITCH VALVE
ROLL VALVE
WIRING TEST
BOOKKEEPING
BACK UP DATA CLEAR
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SERVICE INFORMATION
AIR DRIVE SYSTEM
DEWATERING
REGULATOR
MAINTENANCE OF THE MECHANISM
GREASING AND RETIG HTENING BOLTS
REPLACEMENT OF PITCH
VOLUME
REPLACEMENT OF BELLOWS
HANDLE MECHANISM
THROTI-LE
VOLUME
HANDLEVR
VR REPLACEMENT
COIN SELECTOR
PTV CARE AND ADJUSTMENT
STATIC
CONVERGENCE
ADJUSTMENT
REMOTE CONTROL
FLUORESCENT LAMP
EXTERNAL AIR COMPRESSOR UNlT
PERIODIC INSPECTION ITEMS
TROUBLESHOOTING
AIR DAMPER ADJUSTMENT
GAME BOARD
GAME BOARD SERVICE RECORD
COMMUNICATION PLAY
DESIGN RELATED PARTS
PARTS IDENTIFICATION
MANUAL COMMENTS
WIRING DIAGRAM
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COPYRIGHT NOTICE
This SEGA product has a copyright notice as follows:
0 1996 Sega Enterprises, Inc. (USA) All rights reserved.
This signifies that this work was disclosed in 1996 and is the property of
SEGA ENTERPRISES, INC. (USA).
Every effort has been made to ensure that this manual is accurate. Sega Enterprises,
Inc. (USA) is not liable for any printing or clerical errors.
Specifications noted herein are subject to change without notice.
INTRODUCTION OF THE OWNERS MANUAL
SEGA ENTERPRISES, LTD., has for more than 30 years been supplying various innovative and popular amusement products to the world market. This Owners Manual is
intended to provide detailed descriptions together with all the necessary installation,
game settings and parts ordering information related to WAVERUNNER, a new SEGA product.
This manual is intended for those who have knowledge
expertise, especially in ICs, CRTs, microprocessors, and
manual carefully to acquire sufficient knowledge before
Should there be a malfunction, non-technical personnel
touch the interior system. Should the need arise, contact
est branch office listed below.
SEGA ENTERPRISES, INC. (USA)
Customer Service
45133 Industrial Drive
Fremont, CA 94538
Phone415802-1750
F a x 41.5-802-1754
7:30 am - 4:00 pm, Pacific Standard Time
Monday thru Friday
of electricity and technical
circuit boards. Read this
working on the machine.
should under no circumstances
our main office, or the clos-
GAME REGISTRATION INFORMATION
Please take a moment to complete the following information about your new Sega game.
This information will be essential to you in the future, should you need to request parts or service
information, or should you sell or transfer the machine.
Game Name:
Serial Number:
Date of purchase:
Distributor:
Salesperson:
Phone number:
Game moved or sold (date):
NOTES:
General Precautions
FoUow instructions: All operatingand use instructions should be followed.
Attachments: Do not use attachments not recommended by the product manufacturer as they may cause hazards.
Accessories: Do not place this product on an unstable cart, stand, tripod, bracket, or table. The product may fall,
causing serious injury to a child or adult, and serious damage to the product. Use only with a cart. stand, tripod, bracket, or
table recommended by the manufacturer, or sold with the product. Any mounting of the product should follow the
manufacturer’s instructions, and should use only mounting accessories recommended by the manufacturer.
Moving the Product: This product should be moved with care. Quick stops, excessive force, and uneven surfaces
may cause the product to overturn.
Ventilation: Slots and openings in the cabinet are provided for ventilation, to ensnre reliable operation of the product
and to protect it from overheating; these openings must not be blocked or covered. The openings should never be blocked
by placing the product in a built-in installation such as a bookcase or rack unless proper ventilation is provided or the
manufacturer’s instructions have been adhered to.
Power Sources: T’his product should be operated only from the type of power source indicated on the marking label.
If you are not sure of the type of power supply to your location, consult your local power company. For products intended
to operate from battery power or other sources, refer to the operating insh-uctions.
Grounding or Polarization: This product is equipped with a three-wire grounding-type plug, a plug having a third
(grounding) pin. This plug will only fit into a grounding-type power outlet. This is a safety feature. If you are unable to
insert the plug into the outlet, contact your electrician to replace your obsolete outlet. Do not defeat the safety purpose of the
grounding-type
plug.
Power Cord Protection: Power-supply cords should be routed so that they are not likely to be walked on or pinched
by items placed upon or against them, paying particular attention to cords at plugs, convenience receptacles, and the point
where they exit from the product.
Overloading: Do not overload wall outlets, extension cords, or integral convenience receptacles as this can result in
a risk of fire or elecuic shock.
Object and Liquid Entry: Never push objects of any kind into this product through openings as they may touch
dangerous voltage points or short-out parts that could result in a fire or electric shock. Never spill liquid of any kind on the
product.
Servicing: Do not attempt to service this product yourself as opening or removing covers may expose you to dangerous voltage or other hazards. Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel.
Damage Requiring Service: Unplug this product from the wall outlet and refer servicing to qualified service personnel
under the following conditions:
a) If the power cord or plug is damaged;
b) If liquid has been spilled, or objects have fallen into the product;
c) If the product has been exposed to rain or water;
d) If the product does not operate normally when following the operating instructions. Adjust only those controls that
are explained in the operating insttuctions.
An improper adjustment of other controls may result in damage and will
often require extensive work by a qualified technician to restore the product to its normal operation;
e) If the product has been dropped or damaged in any way;
f)When the product exhibits a distinct change in performance; this indicates a need for service.
Replacement Parts: When replacement parts are required, be sure the service technician has used replacements parts
specified by the manufacturer or that have the same characteristics as the original part. Unauthorized substitutions may
result in fire. electric shock, or other hazards.
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Safety Check: Upon completion of any service or repairs to this product, ask the service technician to perform safety
checks to determine that the product is in proper operating condition.
Heat: The product should be situated away from heat sources such as radiators, heat registers, stoves, or other
products (including amplifiers) that produce heat
Lithium Battery- Dispose of batteries only in accordance with the battery manufacturer’s nacommendations. Do not dispose in an open flame condition, since the battery may explode.
Cleaning: When cleaning the monitor glass. use water or glass cleaner and a soft cloth. Do not apply chemicals such
as benzine, thinner, etc.
Location: This an indoor game machine, DO NOT install it outside. To ensure proper usage. avoid installing indoors
in the places mentioned below:
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Places subject to rain/water leakage, or condensation due to humidity:
In close proximity to a potential wet area:
Locations
receiving
direct
sunlight;
* Places close to heating units or hot air;
*In the vicinity of highly inflammable/volatile chemicals or hazardous matter:
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On sloped surfaces;
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In the vicinity of emergency response facilities such as fire exits and fire extinguishers;
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Places subject to any type of violent impact;
- Dusty places.
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Verify the amperage of the branch circuit outlet before plugging in the power plug. Do not over-
load the circuit.
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Avoid using an extension cord. If one is required, use an extension cord of type SIT, 1613 AWG
rated min. 120 VAC. 7A.
Moving this unit requires a minimum clearance (of doors, etc.) of 32” (W) by 77” (H).
* For the operation of this machine, secure a minimum area of 32” (W) by 42”(D).
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This game has been tested and found to comply with the Federal Communications Commission Rules.
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) This
device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.
This game has been tested and listed by Underwriters Laboratories, Inc., to ANSIAJLZZ.
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MACHINE
INSTALLATION ITEMS
The following items are included with your Wave Runner game. Make sure that these
items are included whenever the game is moved or sold.
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WARNING!
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Perform the assembly work following the procedure stated herein. Failure to
comply with the instructions can cause an electric shock.
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Assembling should be performed as &r this manual. This is a complex
machine and erroneous assembly can cause electric shock or damage to the machine
resulting in a malfunction.
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When assembling the machine, be sure that two or more persons are available
to complete the work. Performing the work by a single person can cause personal
injury or parts damage.
When carrying out the assembly work, follow the sequence outlined below.
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ASSEMBLE THE P-I-V MONITOR
ASSEMBLE THE CABINET
SECURE JN PLACE (ADJUST LEG LEVELERS)
REMOVE SHIPPING BRACKET
POWER SUPPPLY
TURN POWER ON
ASSEMBLY CHECK
When assembling, make sure that the tools indicated below are readily available to you.
Phillips tYpe screrdriver
master
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VRl%Uli (for Ml6 heunxl bolt),
key
Socket for u8 (width
across flats: 13 mn)
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ASSEMBLING THE PN
WARNING!
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CAU’l’lON!
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Installing the billboard by one person is difftcult. Be sure to use plural persons to
perform the work safely and accurately.
.
When mounting the PTV on the PTV base, be sure to have 4 or more persons
available to perform the work. Executing the mounting by less than 4 persons can cause
serious injury or damage.
To perform work safely, be sure to prepare a secure and stable step. Using an unstable
step, or climbing on the machine to reach high places can cause severe i~ury and
damage to the game machine.
TRUSS XREf
1X40. using
chrcue
flat arhet
(4)
By using the specified screws, secure the 2 Mask Holders to the Projection Display ceiling. Insert the
TV Mask from the underside as shown and secure with a total of 6 screws. 2 Side Brackets to the
front of Projection Display in the installation direction shown with 2 screws for each. While supporting the Billboard by 2 persons, another person using the step is to insert the Billboard Connector into
the Terminal Board of Projection Display ceiling. Insert the Billboard from the front as shown and
secure with 2 screws.
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SECURING IN PLACE (LEG ADJUSTERS)
This machine has 8 casters (4 for the PTV base, 4 for the Rear Cabinet) and 9 leg adjusters (4 for the
PTV base, 4 for the Rear Cabinet, and 1 for the cash box tower). When the installation position is
determined, cause the leg adjusters to come into contact with the floor directly, make adjustments in.
a manner so that the casters will be raised approximately Smm. from the floor and make sure that the
machine position is level.
Move the machine to the installation position. When installing the machine against or close to a wall,
be sure to secure passage space to enable the payer to get in the machine.
Cause all of the leg adjusters to make contact with the floor. By using a wrench, make
adjustments in the height of the leg adjusters
to ensure that the machine’s position is level.
After making adjustments, fasten the leg
adjuster nut upward and secure the height of
the leg adjuster.
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REMOVE THE SHIPPING BRACKET
POWER ON
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When the power is first turned on, the ride moves. To prevent injury,
safety in the periphery of the ride, and then turn power on.
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If ERROR is displayed in the Advertise mode, do not operate the machine. Operating the machine when ERROR is displayed can cause a serious safety hazard.
During intitialization settings, do not touch the ride portion. Wait until the intialization
settings finish automatically. Touching the ride during initialization settings can cause
inaccurate
settings.
Turn the AC Unit Main SW ON to turn on the machine’s power supply. At the same time the power
is turned on for the power supply, the machine starts the initialization setting movements and displays the screen on which the setting is being made. Do not touch the Ride until the initialization
setting movements are automatically finished.
Approximately 5 seconds after the power is turned on, the
compressor starts to operate. If the pressure inside the tank
is insufficient, it takes several minutes to attain the preset
pressure. At the time of installation assembly, it takes
approximately 3 minutes. When operation is being continued, it takes approximately one and half minutes due to the
prestress.
The ride portion secures the left/ right inclination to the
center.
The front of the ride portion lowers.
The front of the ride portion is raised.
The front of the ride portion moves to the intermediate
position in the up/down movement.
The front of the ride portion lowers.
The compressor stops.
After finishing the initialization setting movements, the ADVERTISE mode returns. During the
setting movements, if any irregularity, malfunctioning, etc. of the moving mechanism are found,
ERROR display is shown on the lower part of the ADVERTISE mode screen. In this case, the
machine will not operate satisfactorily. Please contact the Distributor, etc. where this product was
purchased from. In the case where several machines are connected, network check is performed after
initialization settings are finished, and the screen displays to the effect that the check is being conducted. After checking, the ADVERTISE mode returns. Normally the network checking takes l-3
minutes. If there is any irregularity in the communication connection, check screen display will
continue.
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In the TEST MODE, ascertain that the assembly has been made correctly and IC BD. is satisfactory .
In the test mode, perform the following test:
(1) MEMORY-TEST
Selecting the MEMORY TEST on the test
mode menu screen causes the on-board
memory to be tested automatically. The
game board is satisfactory if the display
beside each IC No. shows GOOD.
(2) INPUTTEST
Selecting the INPUT TEST on the test mode
menu screen causes the screen (on which
each switch and V. R. are tested) to be
displayed. Press each switch. For the coin
switch test, insert a coin from the coin inlet
with the coin chute door open. If the display
beside each switch indicates “ON,” the
switch and wiring connections are satisfactoly.
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PFBS
Check the display of each V.R. value. If the
V. R. is malfunctioning, refer to the VR
setting section of this manual.
I’ES RbTlW TO EXIT
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VIEn LMP
In the output test mode, carry out lamp test
to ascertain that each lamp lights up satisfactorily.
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(4) S O U N D TEST
In the TEST mode, selecting SdUND TEST
causes the screen (on which sound related BD
and wiring connections are tested) to be
displayed.
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sou+OTEsT
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Be sure to check if the sound is satisfactorily
emitted from each speaker and the sound
volume is appropriate.
!saEcT WITH SERVICE BJrluN
PFESS TEST BuTruN
la EXIT
(5) C.RT. l%ST
In the TEST mode menu, selecting C.R.T.
TEST allows the screen (on which the projector is tested) to be displayed. Although the
projector adjustments have been made at the
time of shipment from the factory, color
deviation, etc., may occur due to the effect
caused by geomagnetism, the location
building’s steel frames and other game machines in the periphery. By watching the test
mode screen, make judgment as to whether an
adjustment is needed. If it is necessary, adjust
the projector by referring to the appropriate
section of this manual.
C.&T. TEST l/2
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Perform all of the above tests at the time of
monthly inspection.
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PRECAUTIONS TO BE HEEDED WHEN MOVING THE MACHINE
WARNING!
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When moving the machine, be sure to pull out the plug from the power supply.
Moving the machine with the plug as is inserted can cause the power cord to be damaged, resulting in a fire and or electric shock.
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When moving the machine on the floor, retract the Leg Adjusters and ensure
that Casters make contact with the floor. During transportation, pay careful attention so
that Casters do not tread power cords and earth wires. Damaging the power cords can
cause an electric shock and or short circuit.
In places where step-like grade differences exist, be sure to separate the FTV,
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PTV Base, and the Cabinet. Inclining the FTV as is mounted on the FTV Base can
cause the PTV to fall off from the Base and result in injury.
When lifting the cabinet, be sure to hold the catch portions or bottom part.
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Lifting the cabinet by holding other portions can damage parts and installation portions
due to the empty weight of the cabinet, and cause personal injury.
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When moving the FTV, do not push it from the rear side. Push it from sideways. Pushing the PTV from the rear side can have the PTV fall down, causing personal injury etc. In case the floor has slanted surfaces or step-like differences, be sure
to move the machine by 2 or more persons.
OPERATION
The seat portion of this product moves during game play. In order to prevent accidents, be sure to
comply with the following points before and during operation.
WARNINt
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In order to prevent accidents; cheek the following before starting operation of the
game:
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Check to IX sure that ah the leg levelers are in contact with the floor. If they
are not, the cabinet can move and cause an accident.
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Check to see if the bottom beilows are damaged or omitted. Bellows are
important hazard-prevention parts. Irregular bellows can cause injury.
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Before commencing operation, execute test run to check if the safety sensors
and emergency stop switch are functioning correctly to stop the machine movements
during the game. The safety sensor and emergency stop switch are important hazardprevention parts.
tzzllc& for the safety Sealsor’
function to stop E+emen&
10 not place
an cause an
10 not climb
‘o inspect the
any heavy items on the product. Placing any heavy item on the product
accident or parts damage.
on the product. Climbing on the product can cauSe accident and injury.
top portion of the game, use a suitable step.
CAUTION!
To avoid injury, be sure to provide sufficient space for installation. Consider the
potential for a crowded situation at the installation location. Insufficient installation
space can cause players or bystanders to be hit by moving parts causing injury.
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malfunction of the Air Drive system.
STOP
0mRTANT!
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PRECAUTIONS TO BE HEEDED DURING OPERATION
To avoid injury and accidents, be sure to constantly give careful attention to the behavior of the
visitors and players.
To avoid injury and accidents, those-who fall under the following categories are not allowed to play
the game:
Intoxicated persons.
Pregnant women.
Those who need assistance while walking.
Those with high blood pressure or a heart condition.
Those persons who have had epilepsy, or experienced any instance of muscle convulsion or loss of
consciousness when exposed to intensive light stimulus, video games or television.
Persons susceptible to motion sickness.
Anyone who does not comply with the warning displays
and cautions for the machine.
Persons whose feet can not easily touch the base can fall
down and be injured. Such persons should not play the
game.
To avoid injury and parts damage, instruct players that
only two persons at a time are allowed to ride.
To avoid injury or electric shock, be sure that players do
not place heavy objects or drinks on the base of the
product.
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Instruct players to keep a firm hold on the handle
grips during play. This machine reacts as per the
contents of the game. To avoid injury, players
should refrain from using a single-handed grip on
the bar.
To avoid injury and accidents as a result of persons
commg in contact with each other, instruct persons
other than the players to keep away from the
mechanism base. The safety sensor functions to
stop only the machine movement. The ride can
still be moved manually
When riding in tandem, firmly hold onto the front
player. To avoid injury, do not stand while riding.
Immediately stop such acts as hitting or kicking the
game. Such violent acts can cause damage to parts
as well as injury due to fragments being dislodged
or falling down.
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HOW TO PLAY
The following explanations apply to the case the product is functioning satisfactorily. Should there
be any moves different from the following contents, some sort of faults may have occurred. Immediately look into the cause of the fault and eliminate the cause thereof to ensure satisfactory operation.
HOW TO PLAY
Herein, explanations are given for using the machine independently. In case of interactive Communication play, how to start, etc. differ from the following descriptions (Note 1).
Climb astride the game.
The Coin Chute Tower is located at the rear of the machine. As you climb astride, insert a coin(s).
Inserting one play worth of coin(s) will have the how-to operate explanation screen appear. When
this screen appears, the credit display will not be shown.
When Time Count on the how-to-operate explanation screen becomes 0, or the how-to-operate
explanation screen is skipped by pressing the Start button, the Course Select screen will be displayed.
Choose one from among the 3 courses. The upper part of the screen displays NOVICE, INTBRMBDIATE, and EXPERT. The color of the present selection display is highlighted. In the center of the
screen, the layout of the presently selected course is displayed. Choose the desired course by turning
the Handlebars and grip the Throttle Lever to make the selection effective. At this time, selection is
not determined by keeping the Throttle lever as is gripped. After gripping, the Throttle Lever should
be returned to the original position. Be careful of this point (Note 2).
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After the course is selected, the game starts and at the same time, the ride portion starts moving due
to the player’s operation. etc. (Note 3).
On the game mode screen, the player’s position is displayed QII the upper right-hand side, Tie
Limit is shown at the upper center, Lap Time, the course’s best lap time & best total time are indicated on the upper left-hand portion. On the lower right-hand side, tachometer and speedometer are
displayed. On the lower left-hand side, the course map is shown.
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the plagar’r Lm2tult position.
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T&meter & $ead neter.
When the game starts, Time Limit countdown starts. Passing the on-course checkpoint before the
remaining time becomes 0 allows the game to be continued with the previous remaining time added
to the Time Limit covering up to the next checkpoint. Failing to pass the checkpoint within the Time
Limit results in game over.
The game ends when 2 laps are fmished
courses (Note 4).
in any of NOVICE, INTERMEDIATE, and EXPERT
There are 3 kinds of operation methods that can be used during the game, i. e.,Throttle Lever,
Handlebars, and Shift of the player’s weight (the ride portion’s left/right banking). Gripping the
Throttle Lever accelerates the speed. Turn the Handlebars left/right to turn left/right. To turn quickly,
shift the player’s weight in the same direction as the Handlebars turn, with the Handlebars as is
turned. The machine cannot turn only by shifting the player’s weight without turning the Handlebars.
Use the View button to alternate perspectives to and from the Rider’s view and View from behind.
The player with best results can register his name. Turn the Handlebars left/right to select characters
and make the selection effective by gripping the Throttle Lever. At this time, be sure to return the
Lever to the original position after gripping. The registered name is displayed during the ADVERTISE mode.
After finishing the game. the Ride portion returns to the centering position and stops.
After the end of one game, when the number of credits needed for game play are available, howto-play explanation screen is displayed.
Note 1: If plural machines are linked for communication play, wait for other player’s entry in the
course selection mode. When all of the players choose the course after entry, the race course is
determined by majority. In case of a tie, the course selected by a player first will be determined.
Note 2: The selection can be made effective by gripping the Throttle Lever or pressing the Start
button.
Note 3: When the safety sensor detects an item on the Mechanism Base, the ride movement stops
even during the game in order to prevent an accident. The ride can also be stopped by pressing the
Emergency Stop SW. In this case, however, compressor movement stops, but the ride can be inclined
by shifting the player’s weight.
Note 4: The settings of the number of laps can be varied.
EXPLANATION OF TEST AND DATA DISPLAYS
By operating the switch unit, periodically perform the tests and data checks. When intidy installing
the unit, or collecting cash, or when the machine does not function properly, perform checking in
accordance with the the explanations given in this section. The chart below shows the tests and
modes that should be used as applicable.
0
STOP
!JWRTANIJ
CAUTIONS TO BE HEEDED WHEN USING THE TEST MODE
In the case where multiple units are linked for communication play, exiting the test mode
causes the unit to perform the network automatically. During this time, all of the units
linked will not allow the game to be played in the normal status. Therefore, be sure not
to enter the test mode if any one of the units is in play.
DESCFWTION
ITEMS
INSTALLATION
MACHINE
OF
MEMORY
MONTHLY
“ONTROL
When the machine is installed, perform the following:
1. Check to see that each setting is per standard setting made at
the time of shipment.
2. In the Input Test, check each Switch and VR.
3. In the Output Test, check each of the lamps.
4. In the Self-test, check the ICs on the IC board.
Choose Memory test in the Menu mode to allow the Memory test
to be performed. In this test, Program RAMS, ROMs, and KS
are checked.
SERVICING
SYSTEM
Monthly, perform the following:
1. Memory test.
2. Ascertain each setting.
3. Perform Input test.
4. Perform Output test.
1. In the Input test, check each switch and VR.
2. Adjust or replace each switch or VR.
3. If the problem can not yet bc solved, check the control
movements.
MONITOR
In the monitor adjustments mode, check to see if the projector is
adjusted
appropriately.
:C BOARD
1. Memory test
2. In sound test mode, check the sound related ROMs.
1ATA CHECK
Check such data as game play time and histogram to adjust the
difficulty level, etc.
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SWITCH UNIT AND COIN METER
Do not touch place other than those specified. Touching places not specified can cause
electric shock or short circuit accidents.
!
A‘
a
Adjust the optimum sound volume while taking in to consideration the environmental
requirements of the location.
STOP
0
If the Coin Meter and game board are electrically disconnected, game play is not
IMpDRTANI! possible.
0
SWITCH UNIT
Open the coin chute door, and the switch unit
shown will appear. The functions of each switch
are as follows:
TEST BUT-TON:
For the function of the test button, see the
following pages.
SERVICE BUTTON:
Gives credits without registering on the coin
meter.
SOUND VOLUME:
Adjust the speaker volume.
COIN METER
Open the cashbox door with the exclusively used key and the coin
meter will appear underneath the cashbox.
ME.+IER\
COIN
COIN
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METER
TEST MODE
The Test Menu allows the functioning of each part of the Cabinet to be checked, the monitor to be
adjusted, and the coins and game related various settings to be performed.
Press the TEST BUTTON to cause the following Test Menu to be displayed on the monitor.
Press the SERVICE BU’ITON until the pointer “ -->‘I is moved to the desired item to make a
selection.
Bring the pointer ” -->” to the desired item and press either the TEST BUTTON to enter the
selected item’s test.
In the Test mode, the Start button instead of Test button and the View button instead of Service
button can be used. These, however, can not be used in the INPUT TEST.
After the test is complete, move ” > ” to “EXIT” and press the TEST BUTTON to return to the
Game Mode.
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MEMORY TEST
The MEMORY TEST mode is for checking the on-BD memory IC functioning. “GOOD” is &splayed for normal ICs and “BAD” is displayed for abnormal ICs.
IC78 Gcco
When the test is completed, if the results are shown as above, it is satisfactory.
It takes approximately 160 seconds to complete the test. If the TEST exceeds 160 seconds, the board
may have malfunctioned.
After finishing the test, press the TEST BUTTON to return to MENU mode.
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T.G.P. TEST
Selecting T.G.P. TEST causes the functioning of the on-IC-BD T.G.P. (screen display related IC’s) to
be checked automatically. If the IC is satisfactory, “GOOD” will be indicated and if the IC is not
satisfactory, “BAD” will be displayed.
After the test is finished, if the above are indicated, it is satisfactory.
After finishing the test, press the Test button to return to the Menu screen.
1. G. P. TEST
I C 2 5 GO00
IC23 G O O D
PRESS TEST BUTTON TO EX !T
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INPUT TEST
When INPUT TEST is selected, the following screen appears on the monitor. The screen allows
the status of each SW and the value of each V.R. of the cabinet to be viewed. On this screen,
periodically check the status of each switch & V.R.
By pressing each switch, if the display on the
right-hand side of the name of each switch changes
from OFF to ON, the SW and the wiring connections are satisfactory. To check Coin Chute Coin
SW, open the Coin Chute Door and insert a coin(s)
in the slot. When checking the SAFETY SENSOR,
be sure to intercept the 3 Sensors on the step. Press
the Test button, or simultaneously press the Start
button and View button to have the Menu mode
return.
The standard values for adjusting each VR are as follows.
In this product, the item of volume setting allows VR values except for pitch to be set.
WANDLE BAR:
8OHf9
(centering position)
80Ht9
ROLL:
bntexing position)
lHR0m.E
PITCH:
LEVER:
eOHzk9
(lever released)
Over 7 OH
When the Ride
is low*
- U n d e r eOH
When the Ride
is raised
>
OUTPUT TEST
The OUTPUT TEST allows the function of each lamp to be checked.
Press the Service button to bring the arrow to the lamp item to be tested.
Pressing the Test button causes “ON” to be displayed and the corresponding lamp lights up. Pressing
the Test button again causes “OFF’ to be displayed and the lamp goes off.
Move the arrow to EXIT and press the Test button to have the menu mode return on the screen.
SOUND TEST
This test mode allows the sound related boards and speakers to be checked.
Press the Service button to have the sound vary.
Press the Test button to have the Menu mode return on the screen.
SOUND
TEST
No. 0
sELK7 WITH SERVICE aurm
fWESSlESTBU7lWTOMIT
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CRT TEST
Choose CRT test to have the monitor adjustment screen appear. By watching the screen, check to
see if adjustments are needed.
For the adjustment method, refer to the Projector section of this manual.
In the screen above, check monitor color adjustments. By watching the screen, make color adjustment. Each of the color bars is darkest at the left hand end and becomes brighter at the right hand
end.
Press the test button to have the crosshatch screen below appear. In the screen, check monitor size
and position adjustments. Check to be sure that the crosshatch lines do not go beyond the screen
size and distortion does not occur.
CRT. TEST (Z/i0
Press the Test button to return to the menu screen.
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GAME ASSIGNMENTS
Selecting the GAME ASSIGNMENTS in the menu mode causes the present game setting to be
displayed and also the game setting changes can be made. Each item displays the following content.
WE DIRICULM
fwElmE
NWAL
HANDICAP
&DvERTlsEsow
YF
fizz!lETypE
STAND ALONE
Ch0lNE-T
ID
1
SELECT WITH SERVICE EUTTDN
ANDPfEssTEsTwllcM
GAME
DIFFICULTY
RACE MODE
HANDICAP
ADVERTISE SOUND
COUNTRY
NETWORK
CABINET ID
TYPE
The game difficulty can be differentiated by varying TIME at the time
of starting the race and TIME at the time of passing the checkpoint.
Choose one from among 5 categories, i. e., VERY EASY, EASY,
NORMAL, HARD, and HARDEST. Normally, the difficulty is set to
NORMAL.
There are 2 categories, i. e., NORMAL and LONG. The number of
laps can be changed. Normally, this is set to NORMAL.
In the communication vs. play, this sets whether correction should be
made so that player cars in the second or lower positions increase the
speed. Correction is used with ON and use of correction is cancelled
with OFF.
Set this to ON to have sound produced during Demo mode and to OFF
for not producing sound.
Message Language (select USA for the U.S.A., and EXPORT for
other countries.)
There are 3 categories, i., e., STAND ALONE, MASTER, and
SLAVE. For one player play, choose STAND ALONE. For
communication (interactive) play, set one seat to MASTER and all
others to SLAVE.
When linked for communication play, allocate the numbers
sequentially in order starting from the leftmost end.
For Communication play, refer to COMMUNICATION PLAY section.
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COIN ASSIGNMENTS
Setting Change Procedure
Press the SERVICE BUTTON to bring the arrow (-->) to the desired setting change item.
Press the TEST BUTTON to choose the desired setting item.
Bring the arrow to EXIT and press the TEST BUTTON to return to the menu mode.
Ccin
Assignments
The “COIN ASSIGNMENTS” mode permits you to set the start number of credits, as well as the
basic numbers of coins and credits. This mode expresses “how many coins correspond to how many
credits.”
COIN ASI-
COIN CwlE ti
1 COW I GEDIT
COIN/CREDIT
SETTING
MANUAL SETTING
“How many coins correspond to how many credits.”
In this machine, selection as per Table 9. 10 a is possible.
Allows for finer settings. (Table 9. 10 b)
Press the SERVICE BUTTON to bring the arrow (-->) to the desired setting change item. Press the
TEST BUTTON to choose the desired setting item.
Bring the arrow to EXIT and press the TEST BUTTON to return to the menu mode.
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COIN/CREDIT SETTINGS
N AMEoFsETnNo
SETTING
SElTNG
S-G
SFs-llNG
I1
#2
#3
#4
SJ?lT?NG#7
SETllNG
#I3
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SETTlNG
#I5
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1 cxlm
1 COIN
I COIN
I COIN
I CaN
1 1
I CREDrr
2 CREDITS
3 CREDITS
ICREDIT
1 CREDrr
1 CREDlT
COIN
1 COIN
1 COIN
1 COIN
2 corns
I COIN
I CREDlT
2 CREDITS
1 CREDIT
3 CREDtTs
3CREDn-S
I CREDIT
1 CREDIT
1 CREDIT
3 CREDITS
SElTING #16
1 CREDIT
3 CREDtTs
SmG #l’I
3 COINS
I CREDIT
1 CREDtT
SElTlNG WI8
4 COINS
I CREDIT
I CREDIT
S E T T I N G tl9
I COpI
I CREDIT
I CREDIT
2 COINS
2 CREDITS
2 CREDITS
3 corns
3 CREDITS
3CREDrI-S
4 COINS
5 CREDITS
5 CREDITS
SElTtNG K?O
I COIN
S CREDITS
I CREDIT
2CREDn-S
3CREDrI-S
5 CREDlTs
SlTllNG #21
5 COlprS
1 CREDIT
1 CREDIT
SElTlNG #22
I COIPI
2 CREDITS
1 CREDIT
2 CREDITS
SElTNG #23
2 COINS
1 CREDIT
1 CREDIT
4 COINS
2 CREDITS
2 CREDITS
5 COlNS
3 CREDITS
3 CREDITS
SElTlNG #24
1 COIN
3 CREDITS
I CREDlT
2 CREDtTs
5 corns
3 CREDITS
SEITlNG #25 1 1 COIN
I CREDIT
1 1 COIN
I CREDIT
2 COINS
2 CREDITS
2 COINS
2 CREDITS
3 COINS
3 CREDITS
3 COINS
3 CREDITS
4 COINS
4 CREDITS
4 COINS
4 CREDITS
5 COINS
6 CREDITS
5 COINS
6 CREDITS
SEl-l-ING
U26
6 CREDITS
I COIN
I CREDIT
1 COIN
2 corns
2 cREDITs
3 corns
3 CREDITS
4 COINS
4 CREDITS
S COINS
6 CREDITS
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NGIt7
--
38
2
2
1
2
I
2
3
4
I
2
3
4
I
2
3
4
5
3
5
2
4
5
2
4
corns.
COINS
COIN
COINS
corn
corns
corns
COINS
am
COINS
CGINS
CIXNS
COIN
COINS
corns
corns
COINS
COINS
COINS
corns
COINS
COtNS
corns
corns
MANUAL SETTINGS
MANUAL SETTING
&;sTt)gIT 1 C O I N ~&EDIT
NO BOMB AWER
COIN CHUTE #l
MULTIPLIER
1 COIN CDtJM-S AS 1 COIN
CUtN CHUTE #Z
MIJLTIPLIW
1 COIN COUNTS AS 1 COIN
--EXIT
COIN TO CREDIT
Determines
conversion
39
coins/credit.
‘COIN T O C R E D I T
(No. of coins required for one credit)
C&S
1 CREDIT
NO
BONUS
ADDER
1 EXTRA COIl
2 COINS GIVE
3 COINS GIYE I EXTRA COIW
1 EXTRA COIY
4 COlHS CIYE
5 COINS GIYE
1 EXTRA COIN
8 COINS GIVE
1
EXTRA COIN
7 COINS CIYE
1 EXTRA COIN
1
EXTRA COIN
8 COINS GIYE
9 COINS CIYE
1 EXTRA COIN
DDER
(BONUS CUIN)
1C O1 I N
1
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CO
I
VOLUME SETTING
In this setting item, each VR value of the handle bars, roll and throttle can be set.
A !
CAUTlON!
0
sT0p
Performing settings while riding on the ride is dangerous, as the ride moves. Use the
’ start button instead of the test button, and the view button instead of the Service button.
When the VR adjustment or replacement has been made, be sure to perform the setting
in that particular VR value setting item.
lMmKrANI!
SELECT WITH SERVICE BUTTOt
AF(D PRESS TEST BUlTobl
41
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Il. b SETllNGl’HEifANU.EBARVOLUME
In the V. R. setting menu screen, press the Service button to bring the arrow to HANDLE BAR.
Press the Test button to cause the HANDLE BAR VOLUME setting screen to appear.
Turn the HANDLE BAR fully to the left/right and then release.
Press the Service button to bring the arrow to EXIT WITH SAVE.
Press the Test button to have the Volume Setting Menu screen return to the screen.
When setting other Volume values also, select the applicable select item.
Press the Service button to bring the arrow to EXIT and pres the Test button to have the Menu screen
return to the screen.
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ROLL VOLUME SETTING
ROLL VOUJME SETTlNff
n
In the Volume Setting Menu mode, press the Service button to bring the arrow to ROLL.
Press the Test button to have the ROLL VOLUME setting screen appear on the screen.
Incline the Ride fully to the left/right and then cause it to be in the level position.
Press the Service button to bring the arrow to EXIT WITH SAVE.
Press the Test button to have the Volume Setting Menu return to the screen.
When setting other Volume values also, choose the applicable setting item.
Press the Service button to move the arrow to EXIT and press the Test button to return to the Menu
mode.
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SETTING THE THROlTLE VOLUME
THWTTLE LEER ValAE SEl-nffi
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EXIT WITH WE
SBmNG THII MRUl-lU VOUJhlE
In the Volume Setting Menu, press the Service button and bring the arrow to THROTTLE LEVER.
Press the Test button to have the THROTTLE VOLUME SETTING screen appear.
Fully grip the Throttle Lever and then release.
By pressing the Service button, bring the arrow to EXIT WITH SAVE.
Press the Test button to have the Volume Setting Menu return on the screen.
When setting other Volume values also, choose the applicable setting item.
Press the Service button to bring the arrow to EXIT and press the Test button to have the Menu mode
return to the screen.
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VALVE TEST
This test allows the function of the Air Valve, Limit Switch and Volume to be checked.
Performing settings while riding onthe ride is dangerous as the ride moves.
Use the start button instead of the test button, and the view button instead of the service
VILVE
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FIG. 9. I21 VALVETESTMENU
PITCH VALVE TEST
PITcli VPLVE & ETR ckEcK
PITCH V&M m
UP VALVE
ON
ETR U P VALVE @I
OcylN VALVE
El-R IXW VALVE ii
PITCHETR
FOH
Up LIUIT W ON
MN LIMIT SVI O N
PlTcHvawE
46+l
.
In the VALVE TEST MENU, press the Service button and bring the arrow to PITCH VALVE 8-r ETR
CHECK.
Press the Test button to have the PITCH VALVE TEST screen appear.
Turn the Handlebars to the right to raise the Ride.
Turn the Handlebars to the left to lower the Ride.
Position the Handlebars in the center to stop the Ride.
Gripping the Throttle Lever during the steps above increases the air pressure and releasing the
Throttle Lever decreases the air pressure.
During the above steps, check the functioning of each Air Valve and Limit SW.
Press the Test button to return to the VALVE TEST Menu.
Choose EXIT and press the Test button to return to the Menu mode.
46
ROLL VALVE TEST
PRESS TEST EUTWN TO EXIT
In the VALVE TEST MENU
VALVE & ETR CHECK.
(PIG. 9. 12 a), press me Service button and bring the arrow to ROLL
Press the Test button to have the PITCH VALVE TEST screen appear (PIG. 9. 12 c).
Turn the Handlebars to the right, and the Ride is subject to the centering force from the right only.
Turn the Handlebars to the left, and the Ride is subject to the centering force from the left only.
Position the Handlebars in the center to stop the centering movement.
Gripping the Throttle Lever during (-)-(5) above increases the air pressure and &easing
Throttle Lever decreases the air pressure.
During Q)-(5), check the functioning of each Air Valve.
Press the Test button to return to the VALVE TEST Menu.
Choose EXIT and press the Test button to return to the Menu mode.
47
the
.
BOOKKEEPING
Selecting the BOOKKEEPING in the menu mode displays the bookkeeping data up to the present on
the following 2 pages. Press the TEST button again to proceed to the next page.
BDOKKEEPIWQ
--COIN CHUTE #1
COIN CHUTE t2
TOTAL COI Ns
COIN CREDIT3
SERVICE CREDITS
TOTAL CREDITS
NUYBER OF GAMES
;IELX
AVERAGE PLAY TINE
LONGEST PLAY TIME
SHDRTEST PLAY TIME
I
l/2
00
x
i
OD OH OY OS
OD ;iI ;I fJJ
OH OY OS
ON OY OS
PRESS TEST BUTTON TO CONTINUE
BOOKKEEPING 2/2
TIME HISTOGIW
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OY3OS-ou59s
1 MOOS-1 u29s
tY3DS-lM39S
;;;~-2M2~
3MooShl29S
3u3O!s-3Y59S
4YDO9-4Y29S
4Y3OS-4Y59S
OVER WOOS
00
0
8
i
00
x
PRESS TEST BUllON TO EXIT
FlG. 9.14 b BOOKKEEPfNG
COIN CHUTB#*
TOTAL COINS
COIN CREDITS
SERVICE CREDITS
TOTAL CREDITS
TOTAL TIME
TIME HISTOGRAM
Q-21
Number of coins put in. As seen from the front of the cabinet, the
right hand side is #l and the left- hand side is #2.
Total number of coins inserted in each coin chute.
Number of credits registered by inserting coins
Credits registered by the SERVICE button
Total number of credits (COIN CREDITS + SERVICE CREDITS)
The total energized time.
By-playtime play frequency.
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BACK UP DATA CLEAR
Clears the contents of BOOKKEEPING. When clearing the data, use the Service button to bfig the
arrow to “YES (CLEAR)” and press the Test button. When clearing is finished, “COMPLETED” is
displayed. Press the Test button again to return to the Menu mode. Bring the arrow to “NO (CANCEL)” and press the Test button to have the Menu mode return on the screen without clearing the
data. Note that this operation does not affect the contents of the game setting.
BACKUP DATA CLEAR
I
YES W3R)
4110 (CANCEL)
SELECT WITH SERVICE BUTTON
AND PRESS TEST BUTTON
50
I
AIR DRIVE SYSTEM
.
.
.
I
.I
In order to prevent an electric shock and short circuit, be sure to turn power off before per
forming work by touching the interior parts of the product.
Be careful so as not to damage wirings. Damaged wiring can cause an electric shock or shol
circuit accident.
.
Hot compressor can cause bums. After turning power off, wait until hot portions cool off to
start working.
Setting to an undesignated pressure can cause malfunctioning and trouble. Be sure to use the
II
.
Perform dewatering
periodically. Gathered water can have compressor load become greater
and cause malfunctioning.
When the set pressure is adjusted, be sure to check if the adiustment is appropriate. [
II
PRECAUTIONS TO BE HEEDED BEFORE STARTING WORK
Since a compressor is employed for this product, unless the power supply of the Air Drive is turned
off, the Ride can suddenly move and therefore, ensure that the power supply for the Air Drive is
turned off as per the following procedure before starting work.
Turn the Main SW of AC Unit OFF.
Take out the 2 Truss Screws to remove the Lower Lid of the Front Cabinet. When removing the
Lower Lid, use care so as not to damage the wiring inside the Lower Lid.
Turn the Circuit Protector inside the Lower Lid OFF.
Now, proceed to work.
CIRCUIT PBopEcToR
FIG. 10. I b
51
OVERVIEW OF AIR DRIVE SYSTEM
This machine has an air drive system that drives the cabinet by compressed air. The air drive system
is composed of the following items:
COMPRESSOR UNIT
Compresses and stores air by causing the AC Motor to turn the Compressor.
FILTER REGULATOR
Filters foreign matter consisting of fine particles, and water contents in the compression air (primary
side) stored in the COMPRESSOR UNTT and governs the compressed air to a preset pressure (secondary side). Two Regulators are equipped with: One for high pressure and the other for low pressure.
CIRCUlT PROTECTOR
Protects the AC motor for the compressor from overcurrent.
DRIVE BD (inside the Front Cabinet)
The DRIVE BD controls the entire Air Drive System by activating or stopping the Compressor
depending on the pressure inside the Compressor Unit, and by sending a signal to open/close each
valve in accordance with the progress of game play.
DEWATERING
FROM THE AIR FILTER
Remove the Rear Lid of the Mechanism Base to have the water tank appear in the inner portion on
the right-hand side. Although the Air Drive Mechanism of the product automatically dewaters the
water from inside the Air Filter, dispose the water from inside the Air Filter by periodically dewatering (every day in the period of high humidity). The drain water can be discharged into a sewer
system.
Turn the Main SW of the AC Unit and Circuit Protector inside Front Cabinet OFF, Take out the S
screws to remove the Rear Lid of the Mechanism Base. The Drain Tube from the Filter is connected
to the water tank. Remove the Water Tank from the Mechanism Base by firmly holding the Drain
Tube so as not to allow the tube to come off from the water tank. When dewatering is performed,
water will gush out together with the compressed air. Be sure to firmly hold the Drain Tube so as not
to allow the tube to come off from the water tank, and press the drain nozzle underneath the Filter in
the horizontal direction. Unless the Tube is firmly held, the water can splash out in the periphery
The drained water can be discharged into a sewer system. After dewatering is finished, shake the end
of the Drain Tube off to remove water thoroughly, put the tube end into the water tank, and return the
water tank to the Mechanism Base.
REGULATOR
5.
The compressed air (primary side) in
the air tank is governed to preset pressures by regulators before the air pressure is sent to the cylinders. Check set
pressure every 2 months. Remove Lid
Left from the Mechanism Base to have
the Regulator Unit appear, and check
the pressure with the Pressure Gauge
attached to each Regulator. If the pressure within the Compressor is insufficient, the Regulator’s Pressure Gauge
will not indicate the correct value.
When checking, first turn the Main SW
on and wait until the Compressor
operation stops. Pressure setting given
at the time of shipment are shown in the
figure at right.
cd
a
/”
/
If the actual pressure is different from
the set pressure, adjust it as follows:
Before proceeding the work, be sure to
turn the Main SW off. However, if the pressure within the Compressor is insufficient, adjustments
can not be performed correctIy. Fist, turn the Main SW on, and after the Compressor operation
stops, turn the SW off, and then proceed the work.
Pull down the Adjustment Knob of the Regulator until a click is heard.
Turn the Adjustment Knob to make adjustment to the preset pressure.
When the correct setting is established, push up the adjustment knob until a click is heard.
After the setting is finished, play game and check the regulator’s pressure gauge once again.
54
MAINTENANCE OF THE MECHANISM
n!
WARNING
!
A
CAIJlION!
In order to prevent an electric shock and short circuit, be sure ito turn power off before
performing-work by touching the interior parts of the product.i Be car&l so as not to
damage wirings. Damaged wiring can cause an electric shocklor short circuit accident.
After the power is turned off, close the Main Cock, and then start working. The Main
Cock not closed can cause serious accidents resulting from cyEnder movement, etc.,
due to some cause. Periodically retighten the designated bolts Continuing business
operation with the bolts as is loosened can cause serious acci&nts. When assembling,
bp, are hperf~w tip, ww,4 by pm ,qrsns, Depen&qu 6 “LA
nn +l‘U
th- *arrmbl**
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u1~1G
are some cases in which performing the work by a single person can cause personal
injury.
Immediately replace the important parts, which are intended for hazard prevention, if
damaged or omitted. Non- replacement of these parts can cause accidents. Hot Compressor can cause burn. After turning the power off, wait until lthe high temperature
portions cool off to start working.
The mobile parts of this machine needs greasing once every 6 months. At the same time, retighten
each installation bolts. Perform the above Maintenance work after removing each Lid from the
Mechanism Base, as per the following procedure:
REMOVING THE LID BEFORE STARTING MAINTENANCE WORK
Turn the Main SW of the AC Unit and Circuit Protector inside the Front Cabinet OFF.
Take out the S screws to remove the Rear Lid.
There are 2 Air Cocks inside the Rear Lid. Close the Main Cock on the left side by turning 90 degrees.
LID L,EFT /
Turning 90
\ MAIN
55
Coat
(PhaoI.FIG. II. I b)
@iI RunoveLidLe
nmoving the L
wirhg inaide Ib
2almecms. I
allowa Ihe Rep
(refer to 10 - 4)
PHOTO 3
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2 ccnnectors 6 hoto 6).
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(2)
57
scxowa to remove Sash R
. (Pboto4,FIG.
II. la)
GREASING AND RETIGHTENING THE BOLTS
0
STOP
Be sure to use appropriate grease. Using an improper grease c&n cause parts damage.
ImRTANr!
Once every 6 months, apply greasing to the mobile parts. Use spray grew. Apply spray grease to
the Rod End and Bearing from the grease nipple. At the same time, check to see that all the securing
nuts are tight. If any are loosened, re-tighten at this time.
Q
b
c)d
58
PART OF CYLINDER
GilcRANKF’ORTiON
LINK 6 UPPER PART
uo
CD PITCH VOLUME WRTION
@LOWER PART OF LINK
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ADJUSTMENT AND REPLACEMENT OF PITCH VOLUME
During game, in the cases where the vertical movements of the Ride is irregular or the Volume
indicates abnormal values, Pitch Volume Gear mesh may be wrong, or Volume malfunctioning may
be the cause. Make adjustments or replace as per the following procedure:
Turn the Main SW of the AC Unit and Circuit Protector inside the Front Cabinet OFF (see l&l).
Remove the Rear Lid of the Mechanism Base, and close the Main Cock.
Remove the Lid Left of the Mechanism Base. The Pitch Volume can be seen on the side of the lower
front part of the Ride.
Loosen the 2 screws which secure the V. R. Bracket to move the V R. Bracket.
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(2)
5484
flat i 6pring asherr
Move the Volume Bracket to disengage gear mesh, turn the Volume Shaft in the manner so that the
Volume Shaft cut portion faces 45 degrees lower left as shown.
Have the gears meshed and tighten the 2 screws to secure the Volume Bracket.
After finishing adjustments, be sure to perform Volume setting.
When the Volume is malfunctioning, first disconnect the connectors connected to the Volume, take
out the 2 screws which secure the Volume Bracket, and remove the Volume Bracket with the Volume
as is attached.
Remove the gear from the Volume Shaft and replace the Volume.
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REPLACING THE BELLOWS
The Bellows are important hazard prevention parts. In case of damage o.r omission, replace them
immediately.
Remove each Lid of the Mechanism
Base.
Take out the Handlebars to remove the
Front Cover.
Remove the 6 hexagon bolts.
Use two persons to raise the Ride and
remove from the Mechanism Base.
spring washers
Take out a total of 25 screws and
remove the 10 Brackets which secure
the Bellows to the Frame.
Replace the Bellows by removing from
the Frame.
The Bide to be rai
by two perscas.
B
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HANDLE MECHANISM
In the Volume Setting Menu (FIG. 9.11 a ), press the Service button and bring the arrow to
THROTTLE LEVER.
Press the Test button to have the THROTTLE VOLUME SETTING screen appear (FIG. 9.11 d).
Fully grip the Throttle Lever and then release.
By pressing the Service button, bring the arrow to EXl’T WITH SAVE.
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Volume Settktg Menu return on the
screen.
When setting other Volume values also,
choose the applicable setting item.
Press the Sewice button to bring the
arrow to EXIT and press the Test
button to have the Menu mode return
to the screen.
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THROTTLE VOLUME
Loosen the 2 Nuts which secure the Volume Bracket to move the Volume Bracket.
Moving the Volume Bracket causes
Adjust Gear mesh to be disengaged.
Adjust gear mesh and tighten the 2
Nuts.
Grip the Throttle Lever and check to
ensure tlat the V. R. value variations
-are within the rotatable range of the
Volume Shaft.
After finishing adjustments, be sure
to perfom Throttle Volume setting
on the Volume Setting screen in the Test mode.
In order to prevent an electric shock and short circuit, be sure to turn power off before performing
work by touching the interior parts of the product. Be careful so as not t3 damage wirings. Damaged
wiring can cause an electric shock or short circuit accident.
Turn power off.
Perform the above adjustment procedure.
Disconnect the connector connected to the Throttle Volume.
Take out the 2 Nuts which
secure the Volume Bracket, and
remove the Volume Bracket with
the ‘volume as is attached.
Remove the Volume Gear from
the ‘<olume Shaft, and replace
the ‘folume by removing from
the Sracket.
After the replacement, perform
Volume Setting in the Test
mote.
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HANDLE VR
1
A’
0
WARNING!
.-_
In order to prevent an electric shock and short circuit, be sure to turn power off before performing work by touching the interior parts of the product. Be careful so as not to damage
wirings. Damaged wiring can cause an electric shock or short circuit accident.
When adjusting or replacing the Handle Volume, remove the Centering Mechanism in the
following
procedure:
Remove the hexagon socket bolt to pull out the Handlebars from the Handle Shaft. The
Handlebars incorporate wiring connections.
When pulling the Handlebars out, use care so as not to damage the wring.
@
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Disconnect the 3 conrtemxs.
Take out the 3 Truss screws and
remove tne Front Cover. The Front
Cover has wiring connections inside.
Use care when removing the Front
Cover.
Disconnect
the
connector.
Take out ihe 2 screws and remove
the Earth Wire.
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Take out the 4 hexagon bolts which
secure the Centering Mechanism. Be
sure to remove the hexagon bolts
only from the comers as seen from
above the C’entering Mechanism.
Carefully raise the Centering Mechanism and disconnect the 2 connectors
connected to the Centering Mechanism.
VR ADJUSTMENT
Loosen the 2 screws which secure
the V.R. Bracket to move the V.R.
Bracket. Move the V.R. Bracket to
disengage ADJUST GEAR mesh and
move the V.R. shaft in the manner so
that the V.R. shaft cut portion faces
the opposite side of ADJUST GEAR
as shown. Have the gears meshed
and tighten the 2 screws. Carefully
turn the Handle Shaft to the left/right
and check to ensure that the value
variation is within the mobile range
of the Volume. After finishing adjustments, be sure to perform Volume
Setting in the Test mode.
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VR REPLACEMENT
Take out the 2 screws which secure the
volume bracket to remove the bracket.
Remove the volume gear from the VR to
replace the VR.
After the replacement, perform volume
setting in the test mode.
One :e every three months, apply spray grease to the parts indicated below
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COIN SELECTOR
HANDLING THE COIN JAM
If the coin is not rejected even when the RElECT button is pressed. open the coin chute
door and open the selector gate. After removing the jammed coin, put a normat coin in
and check fo see that the sclectcjr correctly functions.
1 CLEANING THE COIN SELECTOR
The coin selector should be cleaned
once every 3 months. When cleaning,
follow the procedure below:
@ Turn the power for the machine OFF. Open
the coin chute door.
@ Openthegateanddustoffbyusingasoft
brusll (made of wool, etc.).
@ Remove and clean sruars by using a soft
cl& dipped in water or diluted chemical
detergent and then wrung.
@ Remove the CRADLE.
When removing the retaining ring
(E ring). be very careful so as not IO bend
the shaft.
@
Remove stain from the shaft and pillow
portions by wiping off with a soft cloth, dc.
@
After wiping off as per @ above, funher
apply a dry cloth, etc. to cause the coin
xkctor
0
FIG. 10 a
to dry compktely.
0 Never apply machine oil,
STOP
etc. to the Coin Selector.
IMPORTANI!
0 After cleaning the Coin
Selector, insert a regular
coin in the normal
working status and
ensure that the Selector
correctly
COIN
INSERTION
functions.
TEST
Once every month, when performing
the Coin SW Test, simultaneously
check the following:
0
0
0
Does the Coin Meter count satisfactorily?
Does the coin drop into the Cschbox
corrccrly?
Is the coin rejected when inserted while
keeping the Reject Button pressed down?
\
FIG. 10 b
CRADLE
: MrrsuBCSCU
c] MlTSUtisHl
PFlcJEcloR
PROJECTOR CONTROL PANEL
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1s v. Pas
3 R-GAIN
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STATIC
4 e-GAIN
89 H-W
itv ad’ustunts in horizontal directions
!~%?r bluej are made.
CONVERGENCE ACUUSTMENT
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!I5bGm
1 STATIC CONVERGENCE AthKJSTMENTWilH REMOTE CONTROL ]
BEFORE USING THE REUOTE CCUi%JL:
First make. stre rba the maim SW on the Projector’s&
to the main SW is lit).
panel is ON (tbc LED adjacent
The &m&z Coned bs 2 differem ~yp.~- Depending on the type. the Adjwtmunt pwrdurc:
dVFcnzx.
In cd58 c4 REMOTE COruTF0L
(Part No. 200-5296):
is
In cm6 cl REMOTE CONTROL (Part No. 200 - 5532):
3
Prers
lhc TEST KEY to hrvc the rsd
line
adjwlment sctcca appcu.
When the red cro5.i is SUN on the
p craw, the gneen muss turns into
yellow or while.
83
PresstbeR/I3Keyto~l!leMueline
adjustment screen appear. Each Ume R/D
KeyIspxssed,thcmdlineurdbluclinc
win be eirmlmd
,cJj
Ill tkc mmner sirar td%bova p?xY
cachkeytosupchpmttreblw~on‘
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the cross in !hecetWr will b#anc white.
sl Press the TEST Kay IO exit from rbc
djmfmalt mock.
STATIC C0WERGWcE Adjunmnt
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Doring
Adjuw
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Mode will k exited autcrmticelly.
REPLACEMENT OF PLUORESCENT
LAMP
When performing the work, be sure to turn all power off. Working with power
on can cause an electric shock or short circuit accident.
The fluorescent lamp, when hot, can cause bums. 13e very careful when
!
A
To perform work safely and securely, be sure to prepare a step which is stable. Using
an unsafe or unstable step can cause you to fall down.
CAUTION!
Remove the 3 screws which secure the holder to the upper part of the bi!lboard.
Pull out the holder to upper side of the billboard, and replace the fluorescent lamp.
When performing work,
prepare a step.
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EXTERNAL AIR COMPRESSOR UNIT
THE SEGA WAVE RUNNER GAME IS EQUIPPED WITH AN EXTERNAL, PERMANENTLY
LUBRICATED AIR COMPRESSOR UNIT, WHICH IS HOUSED IN A SEPARATE BLACK BOX.
The black compressor box is not attached to any portion of the game, The unit may be located
within 25 feet of the game, and no more than 6 feet from the electrical outlet.
The Air Compressor unit must have excess water drained from the air tank on a
!
daily basis.
A.
W-G!
For specifications and service information, refer to the attached
EXTERNAL AIR COMPRESSOR
UNIT SUPPLEMENT to this OWNERS
MANUAL.
TO INSTALL THE EXTERNAL
COMPRESSOR UNIT
Remove the 6 screws which secure the
connection panel to the base of the ride.
Lifting the panel, locate the air line
hole, and the quick disconnect connector inside the game. Locate the black
compressor box and open the keylocked door. Pull air line hose out of
the black compressor box and route it to
the air line hole in the game.
Connect the air line hose quick connector to the quick connector in the game.
Verify that the connection is secure and
tight.
Replace the panel and tighten all screws.
PERIODIC INSPECTION ITEMS
The air compressor employed in this game moves the ride during the game. The items listed below
require periodic inspection and maintenance to retain their ~rf~rmanct: and ensure safe operation.
nt.
WARNING!
Be sure to check once a year to see if power cords are damaged, the plug is
l
securely inserted in the socket, or if dust is accumulated between the power plug and
socket. Using this product with accumulated dust can cau:se fue or electric shock.
Periodically, at least once per year, ensure that the :nterior of the cabinet is
0
free from accumulated dust. If you require assistance regarding the proper method of
cleaning the interior of the cabinet, contact your distributor or Sega’s Technical
Service department for instructions. Allowing dust to accumulate in the cabinet can
cause tire or other serious accidents.
DESCRIPTION
ITEMS
Check lee adiuster adjustment.
AIR DRIVB SYSTEM
Dewaterine of filter.
Check repulator’s air pressure.
Check air clew
MBCJ3ANISM
sensor,
Check Bello Ws .
Greasing nillow block and rod end.
Tighten all bolts.
Biannually
Bi-annually
HANDLE MECH
Check volume value.
GreasinP of op~itr and bearina.
i?ii2!&
COIN CHUTE
TOWER
Check coin switches.
.
.
om msetion test.
Monthlv
Dewater from air tank.
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In order to prevent an electric shock, be sure to turn power off before performing work and
For troubleshooting, first check the connection of the wiring connectors.
CAUSE
c0uNTERMEAsuREs
When the main SW is
turned on. the machine is
not activated.
PROBLEMS
The power is not on.
Incorrect power source/voltage.
AC unit circuit protector activated due to
instantaneous overcurrent.
Firmly insert the plug into the outlet.
Make sure the power supply/voltage are
correct.
First, remode the cause of overcurrent
and reinstate the circuit protector to it’s
original status.
Replace fuse as needed.
7amp250VAC
The color of the image on
FTV screen is incorrect.
Incorrect monitor adjustment.
Make appropriate adjustments.
The on-screen image sways
md/or shrinks.
Power source and voltage are not correct.
Make sure sower supply and voltage are
correct.
Yo PlV screen image.
Connector connection fault.
Check conrections to PTV from cabinet.
Sound is not emitted.
Sound volume adjustment is not correct.
Malfunctioning board and amp
Connector connection is incorrect.
Adjust the :,witch
unit volume control.
Perform sound test to check.
Check connections from F’IV to cabinet.
3uring game play,
Compressor does not
qxrate.
Circuit protector functioned due to
momentary overload.
Compressor fault.
Remove cause of overload and restore
power.
Refer to the troubleshooting section of
the EXTERNAL COMPRESSOR UNIT
MANUAL SuPPLEhQxNT.
hing
the game, ride does
lot operate.
Safety sensor functioned.
,
Air Tank Cock is closed.
Preset pressure is incorrect.
Air leakage.
Communication fault between the main
board and drive board.
Remove the foreign article.
Open the cock.
Make presslxe adjustment.
Check the air drive system.
Check the wiring test.
INuing the game, the ride
ioes not turn when
landlebars are turned.
Deviation of handle volume.
Malfunction of handle volume.
Adjust the volume value in test mode.
Replace the volume.
When gripping the throttle,
he ride does not advance
Deviation of throttle volume.
Malfunction of throttle voulme.
Adjust the volume value in test mode.
Replace the volume.
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.
I
ITEM
DESCRETION
Vertical movement
of the tide during
game play is weak
and irregular.
movements of the
ride is weak and
:-_-..1__
Kreg”rGu.
Initial setting is wrong.
Malfunction of pitch volume.
Reset pressure is incorrect.
Air leakage.
Communication fault between the main board and
drive board.
Air damper adjustment fault.
Deviation of roll volume.
Rese.t pressure is incorrect.
Air leakage.
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COUNTERMEASURES
~-1
Turn power off then back on to
perform initial setting movement.
I Replace volume.
iMake p-essure adjustment.
1Check tne air drive system.
ICheck in the wiring test.
Air damper adjustment is needed.
Adjust ,rolume values.
Make pl-essure adjustment
Check tne air drive system.
Pl.rk
u..-n ;nI/. tkr
U.” uririna
I. U..‘, t-r,
I”..
Drive board.
I
WARNING!
Fluorescent lamps need replacement.
The connector is disconnected.
Replace the lamp.
Check connections.
Communication cable is disconnected.
Cable connections are not correct.
Settings for communication play are not correct.
Connec the cable.
Connec the cable correctly.
Ensure lhat the game assignments are
correct.
0
In order to prevent electric shock and short circuit, he sure to turn off power
before performing work by touching the interior parts of the product.
a
After removing the cause of an overcurrent, reinstate the circuit protector.
Depending on the cause of overcurrent, using the circuit protector without removing
the cause could result in the generation of heat and a fire.
l
After eliminating the cause of a blown fuse, replace the fuse. Using the fuse
after it has blown can cause generation of heat, resulting in fire.
AIR DAMPER ADJUSTMENT
In this machine, the cylinders are equipped with air dampers to soften the impact created by the ride
movements. If the cylinders amplitude of vibration or the impact is excessive, adjust the air dampers
in the following procedure.
!
A
After turning power off, close the main cock to start working. Starting work without closing main cock can cause serious injury.
WARNING!
0
STOP
Make adjustments as specified. Adjusting in a manner not specified can cause
malfunctions and parts damage.
Turn off power, and turn the circuit protector inside the front cabinet OFE
Remove the rear lid from the mechanism base and close the main cock.
Remove the lid right.
Tighten the lock nut of the rear cylinder’s adjuster fully to the bottom of the adjuster.
Loosen the A,B, C and D adjusters by 90 degrees from the fully tightened point.
Tighten the lock nut so the adjuster will not rotate.
After making adjus ents, play the game, and check to see that the adjustments are made correctly.
1
78
!
1
~..dNlNG!
Jn order to prevent an electric shock, be sure to turn power off before performing work and
touching interior parts of the machine.
Be careful so as not to damage wiring and cause an electric shock or short circuit.
!
A
Do not expose the game board without good reason. In this product, setting changes are made
during the test mode. The game board need not be operated. Use Ihe game board as is, with
the settings made at the time of shipment.
CAUTION!
TAKING OUT THE SHIELD CASE ASSEMBLY
When a problem occurs on the game board, remove the ,shield case assembly for
return to the factory by using the following procedure:
Turn the main switch off.
The shield case is inside the cabinet, accessible from the locked door on the right
side.
Remove two tamperproof screws using the tool provided to you. Unlock the side
door and remove.
Remove connectors to falter board on shield case assembly and remove 4 wood
screws that secure the shield case to the cabinet. Remove the shield case from
the cabinet, and exercise care not to drop the shield case when doing so.
Place shield case securely in the re-useable box provided to you with the game.
A
!
CAUTION!
Do not open the shield case for any reason. Any inspection or
repairs to the game board must be performed at the Sega
facility only. Removing the game board from the shield case
may cause your factqry warranty to be voided.
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/I FOR REFERENCE ONLY 1
SlEELO CASE LID
FIG. 18 b
18-2
COMPO!3lTlON
OF GAME BOARD
GAME BD WAVERUNNER (&33-12838)
GAME BOARD
SERVICE RECORD
This page is provided for your use in tracking repairs or replacements of your Sega game PCBs and
assemblies. This information can help provide a service history for your game should it ever be sold
or transferred.
DATE
BOARD ASSY NO.
PCB SERIAL NO.
81
RMA NO.
COMMUNICATION
PLAY
The Wave Runner abo
up to 4 seats to enjoy communication play. For communication play,
communication cable cxl-lection and game assignments are needed.
When linking a number of machines, be sure to supply sufftcient power for tire corresponding
number of machines. The per unit standard voltagekunperage
is lOO-120VllOA and 200-24OvSA.
Remove the plate from the side of the PTV base where the connection cable passes.
Align the machines to be linked in a position no more than 60 to 100 cm apart.
0
STOP
IMfmANrl
THE COMMUNICATION CABLE IS A VERY FRAGILE FIBER OPTIC
EXCESSIVE BENDING WILL DAMAGE THE CABLE.
HANDLE IT WlTH CARE.
Open the service door on the front cabinet and connect the cornrnunicauon
of the shield case.
CABLE.
cable to the filter board
TRUSS SCREW (4) throw p l a t e d
M4X’I6
0 Inserting the FLEX TUBE iwo Connector 29 allows for “one touch” assembling (FIG. 20.2 b).
Insert the connector into the hole platehole and fasten with the accesory
lock nut.
Pass the communication cable through the flex tube.
Insert the communication cable from the square hole on the side of the PTV and connect to the
shield case filter board. Depending on the number of machines to be linked, connect the communication cable as shown.
Secure the hole plate with the 4 truss screws.
2P LiNK
3P LINK
c%YET
4 P LIbiK
I
CAB !.uET
ID 1
FIG. 20. 2 d
/
rxf?mm
JOMT
0STOP
During interactive play, if communication is interrupted due to any reason, the game
will be interrupted, with the network check screen appearing.
IMFORTANI!
For interactive play, the settings of game assignments need to be changed. First, determine one
machine as Master, and set the network type to Master. Set the other machines to Slave. Then, set
cabinet IDS for all machines, in sequential order, starting from the left most machine.
(LZ3.4)
.
GAME DlFFlcMTY b4lfwl
FWCEWIE
HANoIchP
ADvaTlsEswND
NETWMTYPE
CABINET ID
ON
OFF
la%%
kl4STER
1
-EXIT
SELECT WITH SERVICE BtJTM
AND PFIESS TEST Wl’ON
4
Be sure to have all machines exit from the test mode and have the normal mode return.
Network check starts, and after a while, the game mode appears on the screen. At this time, the
slave machine’s settings are compulsorily unified to those of the master unit.
Exiting from the test mode causes the network check to be performed automatically. During this
time, all of the linked units will not allow the game to be played in the normal status.
Therefore, be sure that none of the games are in play when entering the test mode, and conversely, if
any one unit is in the test mode, make sure none of the other games is in play.
DESIGN RELATED PARTS
Q
ITEM
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
NO.
PART No.
DESCRIPTION
421-7308422-6599-01
MJT-3605-B
MJT-3007-B
421-9165
421-9167
MJT-3023
MJT-3022
MIT-3021
MJT-3019
MIT-3020
421-9164
421-9166
DENOMINATION SHEET
PLAY JNSTR STICKER MJT ENG
STICKER ACCEL COVER
START VIEW ST
STICKER SIDE TV R hUT
STICKJSR SIDE m R LOWER MIT
BASE SIDE R STICKER
BASE SIDE L STICKER
BASE BACK SIDE R ST
BASE BACK CENTER MJT
BASE BACK SIDE
STICKER SIDE TV L MJT
STICKER SIDE TV L LOWER MAT
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DESIGN RELATED PARTS
ITEM NO.
PART No.
DESCRJFTION
1
2
3
4
5
6
MIT-3001-H
MIT-3001-J
MIT-3001-K
MIT-3001-L
htJT-3001-M
MIT-3001-N
hm-3001-P
MJT-3001-Q
MJT-3001-R
MJT-3col-s
MIT-3001-T
MJT-3001-u
MJT-3001-v
MIT-3001-w
MJT-3002-D
MJT-3002-C
MJT-3002-E
MJT-3004-E
STC-1605-D
W.RUNNER
ST SIDE BACK L
W.RUN-NER ST SIDEBACK
R.
STNO.lO1 L
ST NO.101 R
ST SWORD FISH L
ST SWORD FISH R
BUMPER LINE ST
PROJECT TEAM ST
YAMAHA W.R BACK
STEP GUARD L
REAR LJD
STEP GUARD R
FOOT MAT L
FOOT MAT R
SEAT BASE SIDE R
SEAT BASE SIDE
TAIL ST
RACING
RUNABOUT
STICKER SEGA LOGO
1
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
87
TOP ASSEMBLY, WAVE RUNNER
TOP ASSEMBLY WAVE RUNNER
ITEM NO.
5
6
8
10
I1
12
15
16
17
201
202
203
401
402
403
404
405
408
409
410
411
412
413
414
415
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
PART NO.
DESCRIPTION
h4JT-0500
M1Tl-0600
MIT-3m
DYN-0011
DYN-0010
42 L-7308
422-0599-01
421-6594-9 1
421-7987
421-7988-91
MJT-ooo4
SGM-4357
MIT-0005
SGM4390
OOO-Too4 16-OB
OO@TC&lO8-OB
OCO-TOO408-GC
601-6604-70
420-6239-01
SGM-2675
220-5381
SGM-4111
220-5373
220-5484
514-50367000
090-0037
600-6275-0500
310-5285-290100
3 lo-528629
m-0504
600-6664-02
A S S Y PTV
ASSY TUBE
ASSY REAR CAB1
DENOMI PLATE W/O ORIGINAL
DENOMI PLATE
DENOMINATION SHEET PLAY INSTR STICKER MJT ENG
STICKER
CERTIFICATE
STICKER ELEC SPEC
STICKER SERIAL NUMBER
SHIPPING BRKT L
POLY COVER 1600x13OGx1050
SHIPPING BRKT R
WLY COVER 1150 X 400 X 650
MSCRTHBLKM4X16
M SCR TH BLK M4X8
M SCR TH CRM M4X8
CARTON BOX 70
OWNERS MANUAL WAVERUNNER
PGLYETHYLENF BAG 240x370
KEY MASTER FOR 220-5380
KEY BAG
VOL CONT B-SK
VOL CONT B-5K OHM
FUSE 6.4X30 7CCOMA 125V
SEAL TAPE
ASSY FIBER CABLE 5 OSOXM
FLEX TUBE 29-OIOGCM
HOLE PLATE
WIRE HARN EARTH W/LUG M6
MJT-Oco3
000-POO525-W
068441616
cm-poo430-s
421-6690-01
421-6690-03
42 I -6690-05
421-6690-06
421-6119-91
421-612@91
600-6618
GPD-OCO2X
SHIF’PING BRKT REAR
M SCR PH WIFS M5X25
FLT WSHR 4.4-16X1.6
M SCR PH W/S M4X30
S T I C K E R 12OV
STICKER 220V
STICKER 240 V
S T I C K E R 11OV
STICKER FCC
STICKER SEGA USA
AC CABLE CONNECT TY-PE
SHIPPING
BRACKET
CONN 29
89
FOR EXP
ENG
ASSY PTV (MJT-0500)
ITEM NO.
PARTNO.
DESCRIFI’ION
MJT-050 1
MJT-0502
MJT-0503
MJT-0550
MIT-loo0
MGL-1150
RAL-0501
PTV B A S E
SIDE BRKT
PLATE
ASSY BILLBOARD
ASSY FRONT CABINET
ASSY MASK
MASK HOLDER
101
2001-5265
PROJECTION
201
202
203
204
205
206
207
208
Ooo-FOG414
OOO-m516-w
000-TC0420-OC
000-T00520-OB
000-TC0525-OC
068-S52016-OC
000-TOO640-OC
068-652016~OC
MSCRFHM4X14
M SCR PH WIFS M5X 16
M SCR TH CRM M4X20
M SCR TH BLK M5X20
SCR TH CRM M5X25
WSHR CRM 5. 5-20X1. 6
SCR TH CRM M6X40
WSHR CR-M 6. 5-20 X I. 6
90
DISPLAY
MITSUBISHI
PTV BASE (MJT-0501)
ITEM NO.
PART NO.
DESCRIPTION
6
7
8
9
201
202
203
ARC-1006
117-5216
60 I -5699X
601-8704
030~coO630-SC
0%HO1600
060-FO%OO
LEG BRACKET
PLATE LEG BRACKE?T
LEG ADJ BLT M 16X 75
CASTER 75
HEX BLT W/S CRM M6X 30
HEXNUTM16
FLT WSHR M6
91
ASSY BILLBOARD (MJTl-0550)
ITEM NO.
PART NO.
DESXJPTION
MJT-055 1
LEFI C O V E R
RIGHT COVER
BILLBOARD
BILLBOARD BOX
BILLBOARD
HOLDER
MJT-0552
MIT-0553
ha-r-0554
MIT-0555
102
280-5009
c0RDcJAMP21
24” F I X T U R E . 2 o w LAMP
OOO-FGO410
KGTOO408-OC
@IO-POO416-W
068-441616-OC
M SCR FH M4XlO
M SCR TH CRM M4X8
M SCR PH WIFS M4X16
FLT WSHR CRM 4.4-16X1.6
WIREHARNEXTFL
103
201
202
203
205
301
600-6790-089
92
ASSY TUBE (MJTl-0600)
ITEM NO.
PART NO.
DESCRIPTION
1
2
MJT-0601
MIT-0602
TUBE PLATE
TUBE BRKT
301
302
600-6790-076
6001-6790-075
WIREHARNDCTLJEiE
WIREHARNACTUBE
93
ASSY FRONT CABINET (MJTl-1000)
cl
0’
I-
94
ASSY FRONT CABINET (MJTl-1000)
ITEM
PART NO.
DESCRIPTION
IWT-1001
MJT- 1020
MJTl-1030
MJTI-1040
Mm-1050
Mm-1060
MJTl-1070
ASSY SUB CABINET
ASSY SERVICE LID
ASSY PWR AMP
ASSY BUFFER BD
ASSY DRIVE BD
ASSY PWR SPLY
ACUNlT
12
13
Mm-1080
MJT-1082
hIJT-1083
MIT-1090
MJT-1100
4-mWSOO33-EG
ASSY SPEAKER
SPEAKER COVER LER
SPEAKER COVER RlGHT
ASSY LOWER LID
ASSY MAIN BD
STICKER W BD POWER OFF ENG
201
202
203
204
OOO-Pccl435-w
OGO-TOO420-OB
C684+1616
CGII-mea-w
M SCR PH WIFS M4X35
M SCR TH BLK M4X20
FLT WSHR 4.4-16X1.6
M SCR PH WIFS M4X8
301
600-679@029
Ml-r-1200
MIT-1210
WTREHARNBNC
ASSY AUTO XFMR
ASSY XFMR EXP
8
9
10
NO.
95
ASSY SUB CABINET (MJT-1001)
cl
96
ASSY BUFFER BOARD (MJT-1040)
a-ITEM
NO.
PART NO.
DESCRIPTION
I
2
3
MIT-1031
839-0582
WOODEN BASE
VPM BUFFER BD
METAL PLATE C-UL
101
102
2804419
280-5009
HARNESS LUG
coRDCLAMP
201
202
203
0 I I -PO0325
Oil-TO3512
Oil-F00310
TAP SCR
TAF’ SCR
‘l-kP SCR
301
302
600-6790-027
600-679&028-91
WIREHARNBUFFERBDDCIN
WRE HAN-4 BUFFER BDS RGB
PH 3X25
TH 3.5X12
FH 3x10
100
ASSY DRIVE BOARD (MJT-1050)
ITEM NO.
PART NO.
DESCRIPTION
MJT-1051
838-12801
8391-0619
WOODEN BASE DRIVE
DRIVE BD WAVERUNNER
SSR BD 10
METALPLATE C-UL
101
102
103
104
105
4001-5286
280-0419
280-5008
280-5009
601-0460
SW REGU
t5VI. 5A +24Vl. SA
LUG
HARNESS
CORD CLAMP 15
CORD CLAMP 21
T I E B E L T ICCMM
PLASTIC
201
202
203
204
011-FGO310
Oil-PC0325
Oil-To0316
Oil-TO3512
TAP SCR
TAP SCR
TAP SCR
TAP SCR
301
302
303
304
305
306
600-6790-o 14
600-6790-015
600-6790-O I6
600-6790-017
600-6790-o It3
600-6790-019
WERE HARN ASSY DRIVE BD AC
WIREHARNSSRBDOUT
WlRE HARN SW REGU DC24V
WlREHARNDMBD&SSRBD
WIREHARNDRIVEBDUOIN
WIREHARNDRNEBDAID
2
3
4
FH
PH
TH
TH
101
3x10
3X25
3X16
3.5X12
ASSY POWER SUPPLY (MJTl-1060)
m
0
8
ta
8
102
ASSY POWER SUPPLY (MJTl-1060)
ITEM NO.
PART NO.
DESXUPTION
4
Mm-I061
TBIOO-06
WOODW BASE PWR SPLY
MAGNUMTERMlNAL6P 2OA
FUSE HEIDER LITTLE FUSE 352
108
109
110
270-5026
4001-5306-01
450-5 126
450-5133
450-5 134
450-5 126
560-5260
560-5261
280-0419
280-5009
6014460
NOISE FILTER 20A
SW REGU
t5V12A12Vl.
5A-5VlA
MAGNET CONTACT S-NIOCX
MAGNET CONTACT S-NIOCX AC2COV
MAGNET CONTACT S-NIOCX AC230V
MAGNET CONTACT S-NIOCX AC 120V
P W R X F M R IOOV6.5A 12.5V6A
PWR XFMR IOOV6.5A 12.5V6A
HARNESS
LUG
CORD CLAMP 2 1
PLASTIC
TIE BELT IOOMM
201
202
203
204
20.5
206
ca-POo516-w
011-FoO310
01 l-PO0325
Oil-TO3512
Oil-TO3516
068-552016
M SCR PH W/FS MSX16
TAP SCR
FH 3x10
TAP SCR
PH 3X25
TAP S C R
TH 3.5X12
TAP SCR
T H 3.5X16
FLT WSHR 5.5-2OXl. 6
301
302
303
304
305
306
307
308
309
310
311
312
313
6CO-6790-001
600-6790-002
600-679@003
600-679@004
600-6790-005
60%6790-006
6CO-679@007
600-6790408
600-6790-009
600-6790-010
600-679~011
6CO-6790-012
600-679&O 13
WIRE HARN PWR SPLY AC
WlREHARNM.C&N.
WIREI-LARNN.FILTER&
wIREHARNxFMR&
WIRE HARN XFMRAC12.
WIREHARNACFOR
WIRE HARN SSR FOR
WIREHARNSSR&C.P
WIREHARNSSR4OA
WJREHARNCONNBD
WIREHARNCONNBD
WIREHARNSWREGU
WREHARNSWREGU
101
102
103
107
103
AC UNIT (MJTl-1070)
. . . . ..-.e*. . . . “.I..-.
104
AC UNIT (MJTl-1070)
ITEM NO.
PART NO.
DESCRJFTION
2
3
4
RCT-1031
RCT-1032
421-7468
421-8202
AC BRKT
C.P. COVER
STICKER
C.P
STICKER
EARTH MARK
110
111
TB1co44
280-0417
280-5134-6N34
280-5134-6N4
509-5453-V-B
512-5025-15
5 12-5030
600-5843-25
6C0-0110
209-0032
3 IO-5029-H20
280-5009
601-0460
MAGNUM TERMINAL. 4P 20A
TERMINAL BINDING POST BLACK
STRAIN RELIEF 6N34
BUSHING
STRAIN RELIEF 6N4
BUSHING
SW ROCKER J8 V-B
CrRCulT
PROTECTOR 15A
PLATE
CA & PLUG ASSY 15A WI-F- L=2.5M
CABLE &
PLUG ASSY W/EARTH
CON-N CLOSED END
LARGE
SUMITUBE
FH 20MM
CORD CLAMP 21
PLASTIC
TIE BELT 1OOMM
201
202
OcO-POO412-s
OOO-TOO408-OB
M SCR PH W/S M4X 1 2
MSCRTHBLKM4XS
301
302
303
600-6568-01
600-6790-079
600-6790-080
211-0167
WJREHARNACUNIT
WlREHARNEARTHACUNIT2P
WIREHARNEARTHACUNIT4P
TERM
101
102
103
104
105
106
107
108
109
NOTE
105
ASSY SPEAKER (MJT-1080)
ITEM NO.
PART NO.
DESCRIPTION
1
MJT-1081
SPEAKER
101
130-5096
ASSY SERVO SPEAKER BOX
201
ocam512-w
M SCR PH W/FS M5X12
301
600-6790-087
WIREHARN
BRKT
106
ASSY LOWER LID (MJT-1090)
0
.
c
+
cl
.
PART NO.
DESCRIPTION
1
2
MJT-1091
DYN-1021
LOWER LID
TwNAlRvEm
201
CGQ-TOO4 12-OB
M SCR TH BLK M4X 12
ITEM
NO.
107
ASSY MAIN BOARD (MJTl-1100)
ITEM NO.
PART NO.
DESCRIFTION
h4JT-1101
105-52 18
105-5219-91
833-12838
839-0924
W O O D E N B A S E MAIN
SHIELD CASE
SHJELD CASE LID
GAME BD WAVERUNNER
FLT BD B-CRX MJT
METAL PLATE. C-UL
101
102
103
104
105
209-0023
260-0055
280-5009
280-5275-SRlO
641-0460
CONN CLOSED END
FAN MOTOR DCSV
coRDCLAMP
CORD CLAMP SRI0
PLASTIC TlE BELT IOOMM
201
202
203
204
205
cm-PoO330-w
ooo-Foo408-w
OOO-PoO412-w
OlO-POO308-F
Oil-TO3512
M SCR PH W/FS M3X30
M SCR PH W/l?3 M4X8
M SCR PH W/‘FS h44X12
S-TIT-E SCR PH W/F M3X8
TAP SCR TH 3.5X12
301
302
303
304
30s
306
307
308
600-6502- I3
600-6790-020
600-6790-02 1
600-6790-022-91
600-6790-023
600-679CbO24
600-6790-025
600-6790-026
WIREHARNDCFAN
WIREHARNMAINBDM3INA
WLFUZHARNh&UNBDDCINB
WIREHARNMAINBDRGB
WfRE HARN MAIN BD AUDIO
WIREHARh’MAINBDDCOUT
WlREHARNMALNBDI/O
WIREHARNMAINBDAD
108
ASSY MASK (MGL-1150)
PART NO.
DESCRIPTION
2
3
1
MGL- 1102
MGL-1151
MGL- 1152
TV MASK
SLIT PLATE
MASK SIDE HOLDER
201
202
012-FOO408-OB
OOO-FOO410
TAP SCR FH BLK M4X 8
MSCRFHM4XlO
ITEM
NO.
109
ASS! REAR CABI (MJT-3000)
d
ASSY REAR CABI (MJT-3000)
ITEM NO.
PART NO.
DESCRIPTION
1
2
3
4
5
6
I
8
IO
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
31
38
MJT-3100
MJTl-3320
MJT-3340
MJT-3360
MJT-3500
MJTl-3600
MJT-3650
MJT-3001
ran--3005
MJT-3006
MJT-3007
MJT-3009
MJT-3010
MJT-3011
MJT-3012
MIT-3013
MIT-301 6
MJT-3017
MJT-3018
MJT-3019
MIT-3020
MIT-302 1
MIT-3022
MIT-3023
MJT-3024
MJT-3025
440-WSOO82-EG
44O-CSOO83-EG
440-CS0084-EG
m-3029
MJT-3030
MIT-303 1
MJT-3032
421-8885
440-WSOOO2XEG
ASSY MECHA BASE
ASSY LID
ASSY LID LEFT
ASSY LID RIGHT
ASSY COIN CHUTE TOWER
ASSY HANDLE MECHA
A S S Y -G M E C H A
MAIN BODY
COLLAR
SLIDE PLATE
SW PLATE
BELLOWS
BELLOWS STOPPER FRONT
FELLOWS STOPPER A
BELLOWS STOPPER B
BELLOWS STOPPER REAR
TUBE LID
CONNECT LID
REARLJD
BASE BACK STICKER MJT
BASE BACK SIDE L ST
BASE BACK SIDE R ST
BASE SIDE L STICKER
BASE SIDE R STICKER
BELLOWS
BRKTFRONT
BELLOWS
BRKTA
STICKER
W BASE A ENG
STICKER
C BASE B BNG
C SEAT END ENG
STICKER
SASH L
SASH R
PIPE HOLDER
FIUME B R K T
STICKER
FORK
CAUTION
STICKER
W POWER
OFF ENG
101
102
509-5764
509-0161
PUSH BUTION SW 1 T GREEN WAAMF
SW PB TYPE 1TYEL W/LAMP
201
202
203
204
205
206
207
208
209
210
211
000-TOO412-OB
OOO-TGQ412-OC
Ooo-To05 12-OB
Ooo-To05 12-OC
O&I-F018C&OB
020-001020-02
030-ooO820-S
030~001025-S
030-00 1060-s
030-00 1070
03 l -000620-OB
MSCRTHBLKM4X12
M SCR TH CRM M4X12
MSCRTHBLKM5X12
M SCR TH CRM MSX12
FLT WSHR BLK Ml8
HEX SKT CAP SCR BLK OZ MlOX20
HEX BLT W/S M8X20
HEX BLT W/S MlOX25
HEX BLT W/S MlOX60
HEX BLT MlOx70
CRG BLT BLK M6X20
111
NOTE
ASSY REAR CABI (MJT-3000)
ITEM NO.
PART
DESCRIPTION
212
213
214
215
217
218
301
302
050-FOO600
FLGNUT M 6
FLT WSHR BLK Ml0
SPR WSHR BLK Ml0
FLT WSHR CRM 4 . 4 - 1 6 X 1 . 6
FLT WSHR 10.5-28X2
HEX BLT
CRM WFS M8X20
WIREHARNSTARTBVIEW
WIRE I-URN EARTH TO ACCBL
060-FOlOOO-OB
060-SOlOOO-OB
068-441616~OC
068-A52820
FAS-3OOCOl
600-6790-07 1
600-6790-086
112
MAIN BODY (MJT-3001)
x
m
113
MAIN BODY (MJT-3001)
ITEM NO.
2
3
5
6
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
201
203
204
205
206
207
208
PART NO.
DESCRIPTION
MJT-3001-A
MJT-3M)l-B
MJT-3001-c
MJT-3001-D
Ml-I-3001-E
MJT-3001-F
MIT-3001-G
MJT-3001-H
MJT-3001-J
MJT-3001-K
MJT-3001-L
MJT-3001-M
MJT-3001-N
MJT-3001-P
MJT-3001-Q
MJT-3001-R
MJT-3001-s
MIT-3001-T
MJT-3001-u
MJT-3001-v
Mm3001-w
Mm-3002
Mm-3003
MIT-3004
047-PA40104
OGO-TC0416-OB
030-ooO820-S
068-852216
047-PA32170
wTGO520-OB
068-552016-O!
MAIN BODY BLANK
FRONT COVER HOLDER A
FRONT COVER HOLDER B
FRONT COVER HOLDER C
JOINT FRAME
REAR GUARD
SIDE GUARD
W.RUNNER
ST SIDEBACK
L
W. RUNNER ST SIDEBACK
R
ST NO. 101 L
ST NO. 101 R
ST SWORD FISH L
ST SWORD FISH R
BUMPER
LINE S T
PROJECT
TEAMST
YAMAHA W. R BACK ST
STEP GUARD L
REARLID
STEP GUARD R
FOOT MAT L
FOOT MAT R
SEAT BASE
SEAT
FRONT COVER
RVT OPEN TYPE AL 4X10.4
MSCRTHBLKM4X16
HEX BLT
W/S M8X20
FLT WSHR 8.5-22X1.6
RVT OPEN T(pE A L 3 . 2 X 1 7 . 0
M SCR TH BLK M5X20
FLT WSHR BLK 5.5-20 X 1 . 6
114
ASSY M IECHA
E
BASE (MJT-3100) 1 OF 2 ; I
ASSY MECHA BASE 2 OF 2
ASSY MECHA BASE (MJT-3100)
ITEM
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
II
12
13
14
15
16
17
101
102
103
104
105
106
107
108
109
110
111
112
113
114
115
116
117
118
119
120
121
122
123
201
202
203
204
205
206
207
208
209
210
NO.
PART NO.
Mm-3160
MJT-3180
MIT-3200
MJT-3220
MJT-3240
MIT-3380
MJT-3101
MJT-3102
MJT-3 103
MJT-3104
MJT-3105
Mm-3106
MJT-3107
MJT-3 108
MJT-3109
GLC-3016
IOO-SO25
111-0019
370-5071-01
601-6959
370-5130
601-6843-30570
601-6843-40720
601-6844~OO400
60
I-6844-00540
601-6844-10540
60
l-6844-20540
601-6844-80850
601-8898
280-5009
280-5169
280-5275~SRlO
280-5188-IN
601-6844-80540
601-6844-30580
601-6844-40720
601-6844-10400
601-6231~Cl35
601-5526-370
OOO-POO408-W
000-Pcm20-w
COO-POO520-S
cco-TOmos-OB
030-001240
050-HOI000
050-HO1200
050-HO1400
OSO-HO 1600
060-FOlooO
DESCRIPTION
ASSY FLLTER
ASSY REGU
ASSY VALVE
ASSY FRONT CYLINDER
ASSY REAR CYLINDER
VRuNlT
MECHA BASE
RIDE FRAME
CRANK
LINK
GUIDE RING
SHOULDER SCREW 18
SHOULDER SCREW 22
S E N S O R BRKT
SENSOR BRKT BANK
ROD SCREW
BEARING UNIT
ROD END
22 THK Pos 22
BEAM SENSOR
GEAR 64
INCLLNAnON S E N S O R
AIR TUBE 6-YELLOW-570
AIR TUBE 6-GREEN-720
AIR TUBE lo-CLEAR-400
AIR TUBE lo-CLEAR-540
AJR TUBE lo-RED-540
AIR TUBE lo-BLUE-540
AIR TUBE lo-BLACK-850
AIRTUBE
CORD CLAMP 2 1
CORD CLAMP TL-20s
CORD CLAMF’ SRlO
WlRE SADDLE WS-IN NIKKO W$-1N
AIR TUBE IO-BLACK-540
AIR TUBE lo-YELLOW-580
AIR TUBE lO-GREEN-720
AlR TUBE lo-RED-400
EDGING NEW TYPE
BUSH 1.
6T G-370
M SCR PH W/‘FS M4XB
M SCR PH W/FS M4X20
M SCR PH W/S M5X20
M SCR TH BLK M4X8
M 12X40
HEX BLT
Ml0
HEXNUT
HEXNUT
Ml2
Ml4
HEXNUT
HEX NUT
Ml6
FLT WSHR Ml0
117
ASSY MECHA BASE (MJT-3100)
ITEM NO.
PART NO.
DESCRIPTION
211
212
213
214
215
216
217
218
219
220
221
222
223
224
225
226
301
302
303
304
305
307
308
309
310
311
312
313
06Om1200
OKI-FO1400
060-SOlKJO
ca-so1200
060-501400
060-501600
068-552016
FAS-500004
FAS-5OC0O5
FAS-6OCGQ2
FAS-6K003
ocn-Poo316-w
050-HO0300
028-AO@412-P
000-PO0308
lmmO412-w
600-6790-068
600-6790-069
600-6790-070
600-6790-084
6&J-6790-085
600-6790-049
6OU679@050
600-6790-05 1
6C0-679C-052
600-6790-053
600-6790-054
600-6790-055
FL-l- W S H R Ml2
FLT WSHR Ml4
SPR WSHR Ml0
SPR WSHR MI2
SPR WSHR Ml4
SPR WSHR Ml6
FLT WSHR 5.5-20X1.6
HEXNUT
Pl. 5 Ml8
PI. 5 #I M22
HEXNUT
SPR WSHR Ml8
SPR WSHR M22
M SCR PH W/FS M3X16
HFXNUT M 3
SET SCR
HEXSKT
CUPP$4Xl2
M SCR PH M3X8
M SCR PH W/FS M4X12
WIRE HARN EXT INCLJ SENSOR
w-lxEHARNExTHANDLEvR
WIREHARNEXTSTARTtkVIEW~
WlRE HARN EARTH REAR BASE
WIRJIHARNE~REARRIDE
WIRE HARN EXT SENSOR C SW
WIREHARNEXTSTART&VIEWA
WIREHARNEXTAIDREAR
WIREHARNEXTVALVE
WIREHARNEXTETR
WIREHARNEXTCOMP
WIREHARNEXTREARFAN
118
MECHA BASE (MJT-3101)
fli
.
.
-
MECHA BASE (MJT-3101)
ITEM NO.
PART NO.
DESCRIPTION
101
102
601-5882
601-6056-01
LEG ADJUSIER 0 60
CASTER 0 50
201
202
050-HO16003
030-000620-S
HEXNUTTYF’E3M16
HEX BLT W/S M6X 20
120
i
ASSY FILTER(MJTl-3160)
121
ASSY FILTER(MJT13160)
ITEM NO.
PART NO.
DESCRIPTION
2
MJT-3161
MTT-3162
hUl--3163
TANK BASE
FILTER BRKT
WATER TANK BRKT
101
102
103
253-5349
601-6274
601-8850
WATER TANK 500
AIR JOINT
AIR FILTER
105
107
108
109
110
111
112
al-6813
601-684340240
601-6843-40720
209-0023
280-5275-SRI0
601-0460
601-684wxkioO
AIR JOINT W-TYPE
AIR T U B E 6-GREEN-240
AIR TUBE 6-GREEN-720
CONN CLOSED END
CORD CLAMP SRlO
PLASTIC TIE BELT 1COMM
AIR TUBE lo-CLEAR-400
201
202
203
OOO-POO41cw
OmPOO612-w
0684.41616
M SCR PH W/FS M4X 14
M SCR PH W/ES M6X 12
FLT WSHR 4.4-16X1.6
122
1
ASSY REGU (MJT-3180)
NOTE 1 : AIP
ITEM
NO.
PART NO.
DESCRIPTION
1
MIT-3181
RBGU BRKT
101
102
103
104
105
106
107
601-6077
6014079
601-6933
601-6934
601-6274
601-6862
60 1-6844-00200
REGULATOR
BRKT REGULATOR
REGULATOR RIO00
BRKT REGULATOR C
AIR JOINT
AJR JOINT T-TYPE ET
AIR TUBE IO-CLEAR
201
oca-PO04
M SCR PH W/FS M4 X
10-w
123
XNT TORQUE 120440kpf*cn
T
i120
IC
l/4
ASSY VALVE (MJT-3200)
~
ASSY VALVE (MJT-3200)
ITEM NO. PART NO.
DESCRIPTION
1
2
3
4
MJT-3201
MJT-3202
MJT-3203
MJT-3204
VALVE BASE
VALVE BRKT F
VALVE BRKT R
REGU BRKT
101
102
103
104
105
106
107
108
109
110
111
112
113
114
115
116
117
118
119
120
121
122
123
124
125
126
601-6246
601-6247
601-6249
601-6251
601-6281
601-8848
601-8849
601-6083
601-6253
601-6254
601-6258
601-6260
601-6274
601-6719
601-8855
601-6843-30260
601-6843-40260
601-6844-l 0200
601-6844-20200
601-6844-30200
601-6844-40200
209-0023
280-0419
280-5009
601-0460
601-6844-30120
SPEED C O N T R O L E R 1 /a
SILENCER l/8
AIR VALVE 2 PORT
AIR VALVE 4 PORT
SILENCER l/4
AIR REGURATOR ’
AIR VALVE 4 PORT
AIR JOINT
AIR JOINT
AIR JOINT
AIR JOINT
AIR JOINT
AIR JOINT
PLUG 1/a
AIR JOINT 1
AIR TUBE 6-YELLOW-260
AIR TUBE 6-GREEN-260
AIR TUBE 1 O-RED-ZOO
AIR TUBE 1 O-BLUE-200
AIR TUBE 1 O-YELLOW-ZOO
AIR TUBE 1 O-GREEN-200
CONN CLOSED END
HARNESSLUG
CORDCLAMP
PLASTIC TIE BELT 1 OOMM
AIR TUBE 1 O-YELLOW-l 20
201
202
203
204
205
206
301
302
303
304
305
306
ooo-POO308-s
000-POO408-S
ooo-PO04 12-s
ooo-POO414-w
ooo-POO430-s
ooo-PO05 1 o-s
600-6790-059
600-6790-060
600-6790-061
600-6790-062
600-6790-063
600-6790-064
M SCR PH W/S M3X8
M SCR PH W/S M4Xa
M SCR PH W/S M4X 12
M SCR PH W/S M4X 1 4
M SCR PH W/S M4X30
M SCR PH W/S MSXlO
WIRE HARN ETR PITCH
WIRE HARN ETR ROLL
WIRE HARN VALVE RED
WIRE HARN VALVE BLUE
WIRE HARN VALVE YBLLOW
WIRE HARN VALVE BLACK
125
ASSY FRONT CYLINDER (MJT-3220)
NIT8 1 : 118 mPauE ?OOk&a
2 : Au! JOIRT luuQla no-14ok&u
ITEM NO.
PART NO.
DESCRIPTION
1
2
MJT-322 1
MJT-3222
PIN
COLLAR
101
102
103
104
105
106
111-0026
111-0049
601-6274
601-8852
209-0023
601-0460
ROD END PHS 18
ROD END 16
AIR JOINT
AIR CYLrNDER w4-50-150
CONN CLOSED END
PLASTIC TIE BELT IOOMM
301
600-679&056
WIREHARNLIMITSW
126
ASSY REAR CYLINDER (MJT-3240)
ITEM NO.
PART NO.
DESCRIPTION
1
2
101
MJT-3241
GLC-3016
111-0018
ROD END HOLDER
ROD SCREW
ROD END 18THK POS 18
102
103
Ill-0026
601-8853
ROD END PHS 18
AIR CYLINDER B 50-50-50
104
601-6715
AIR JOINT 6-114
105
201
202
203
ml-6274
050-HO1000
060-FOIOOO
060-so1000
AIR JOINT
HEXNUTMlOLTYPE
FLT WSHR Ml0
SPR WSHR Ml0
127
ASSY LID (MJT-3320)
I
ITEM
NO.
PART NO.
DESCRLPTION
1
2
MJTl-3321
MJT-3343
LlD
SENSOR BRKT L
102
104
370-5071-02
280-5275-3110
BEAM SENSOR
CORD CLAMP SRlO
202
204
OOO-PO03 l&WB
050-HO0300
M SCR PH WlFS BLK M3X 1 6
HEXNUTM3
301
600-6790-057
WIRE HARN EXT SENSOR
128
I
ASSY LID LEFT (MJT-3340)
ITEM NO.
PART NO.
DESCRIPTION
MIT-3341
Ml-I-3342
km-3343
MIT-3344
LJDLEFr
2
3
4
101
370-507 1
BEAM SENSOR
201
202
OC@-POO316-WE
COO-TOO408-OB
M SCR PH W/FS BLK M3 X I6
MSCRTHBLKM4X8
203
0%HO0300
HEXNUTM3
SIDE MAT
SENSOR BRKT L
SENSOR PLATE L
129
ASSY LID RIGHT (MJT-3360)
ITEM NO.
PART NO.
DESCRIPTION
1
2
3
4
MJT-3361
m-3342
MIT-3363
MJT-3364
LID RIGHT
SIDE M A T
SENSOR BRKT R
SENSOR PLATE R
101
370-5071
BEAM
201
202
203
ooo-Pco316-WB
OOC-T00408-OB
050-HO0300
M SCR PH WFS BLK M3 X 16
MSCRTHBLKM4X8
HEXNuTM3
SENSOR
130
VR UNIT (MJT-3380)
PART NO.
DESCRIPTION
1
MIT-3381
VR BRKT
101
220-5373
VOL CONT B-5K
102
103
104
601-6555
3 lO-5029-D20
601-0460
GEAR Z=30 M=O.75
SUMITUBE
F D20MM
PLASTIC TIE BELT ICOMM
201
028-COO408-P
SET SCR CH CUP P M4X 8
301
600-6790-067
WIREHARNPITCHVR
ITEM
NO.
131
TOWER
(MJT-3500)
132
ASSY COIN CHUTE TOWER (MJT-3500)
ITEM NO.
PART’ NO.
DESCRIPTION
8
10
11
MIT-3550
h%JT-3501
IN-Y-1162
INY-1163
DP-1167
105-5172
105-5173
253-5366
421-6591-01
421-7501-02
4%WSOOO2XBG
SWUNIT
COIN CHUTE TOWER
METER BRKT
METER HOLE LID
TNG LKG
CHUTE PLATE DOUBLE
CHUTE PLATE MARS
CASH BOX
STICKER COIN METER
STICKER 6.3V 0.15A
STICKER W POWER
OFF ENG
103
104
105
106
107
108
220-5128-01
220-54 12
220-5217-01
220-5380
220-5046-9 1
280-5009
280-5275-SRlO
3 lo-5029mo
601-0460
ASSY COIN CHUTE 2DOOq USA 25
M A G C N T R W/CONN
MAG CNTR 6DIG DC 12V
MAGNETIC LOCK MASTEIk W/O KEY
M A G N E T I C LOCK WIKEYQ
coRDCLAMP
CORD CLAMP SRlO
SuMlTuBE FF 2oMM
TIE BELT 1OOMM
201
000-%0408-W
MSCRPHW/FSM4X8
301
600-6455-01
600-6455-04
600-6709-52
600-6709-54
600-6790-046
600-679@047
600-6790-048
600-6790-083
HN-1050
1c%oO45-91
105-5201
220-54 12
COO-POO308-W
280-5008
m-6455-06
WJREHARNCCDOORThiIN
WIRE HARN MARS MS-111
WIREHARNEARTH4COMM
WIRE HARN EART’H lfiOM@
WIRE H.&RN COIN CHUTE tOWBR
WIRE HARN EXT SOUND dR TOWER
WlREHARNDCl2VTOWBk
WIRE HARN EARTH TOWER
SPACER RING
KEY HOLDER
MAGNET’IC
LOCK BRKT F(bR ASAHI
MAG CNTR W/CONN
BLK
M SCR PH W/FS M3X8
CORD CLAMP 0 15
WIREHARNMETERGNDWH
101
102
302
303
304
305
306
307
133
SWITCH UNIT (MJT-3550)
.
d
2
ITEM NO.
PART NO.
DESCRIPTION
2
101
102
103
104
105
NY-1181
421-8126
220-S 179
509-5028
601-0042
3 IO-5029-D20
6014460
SW B R K T
STICKER
SWITCH PANEL
VOL CENT B-5K OHM
SWPBIM
KNOB22 MM
SUMITUBE
E D20 MM
TIE BELT IOOMM
PLASTIC
301
302
600-6609-32
600-6609-33
WIREHARNTEST&
WIRE HARN VOLUME
134
:.
1 MJTT-00790 SPACER, TRIGGER, ACCELERATOR
2 M J T T - 0 0 7 9 1 W A S H E R , H E A V Y D U T Y , 010M. G O O S E
3 MJTTP00792 C O V E R , H A N D L E E A R C L A M P S
4 MJTT-00801 BEARING. THROTTLE, TRIGGER
5 MJTT-00802 COLLAR, BEARING. ALUMINUM
6 MJTT-00803 TRIGGER, MODIFIED (PEG MOD)
7 M J T T - 0 0 8 0 8 S P R I N G , LE-026C-5
8 M J I T - 0 0 8 0 9 B O L T , H E X . MlOx30
9 MJTl-3006
SLIDE PLATE
1 0 MJTl-3602
RACK, POT, THROTTLE
11 MJTl-3603
MOUNT BLOCK
1 2 MJTl+3606 H A N D L E B A R
1 3 MJTlb3612 CL~AMP. H A N D L E B A R
N E C K (SPACER)
1
7
10
3
a
9
11
ASSY HANDLE MECHA (MJT-3600)
ITEM NO.
NOTE
PART NO.
DESCRIPTION
4
5
7
10
11
13
MJT3604
MJT-3605
MIT-3607
MIT-3610
107~0x9-L
601-7945
ACCEL COVER A
ACCEL COVER B
TORSION SPRING
VR BRKT
HANDLE GRIP
GEAR 20
101
2205373
VOL CON-T B-5K
102
103
3 IO-5029~F20
280-5275~SRI0
SUMlTUBEFF20MM
C O R D CLAMP
201
2 0 2
203
204
205
206
207
208
209
210
211
212
028-AOO308-P
065-EOO4OU
OCO-T00408-OB
OOO-TOU308-WB
050-FOO400
068~552016-OB
000-M0525-OB
02o-ooO62Om
060-S00600-OB
060-FOO60&OB
068-441616-OB
CGO-TOO406-OB
SET SCR HEX SKT CUP P M3XS
ERlNG4MM
M SCR TH BLK M4X8
M SCR PH W/FS BLK M3X8
FLGNUTM4
FLT WSHR BLK 5.5-20 X 1. 6
M SCR TH BLK M5X25
HEX SICT H CAP SCR BLK OZ M6X20
SPR WSHR BLK
FLT WSHR BLK M6
FLTWSHRBLK4.4-16X1.6
M SCR TH BLK M4X6
600-679@074
600-679@098
WIREHARNACCELVR
WIREHARNEXTACCELVRE
600-6790-096
600-6790-097
509-5329
OOO-TOO408-OB
MJT-3609-E
WIRE HARN EXT EMERGENCY S W
WTRE HARN E M E R G E N C Y S W
PUSH BUTTON SW IT RED
M SCR TH BLK M4X8
STICKER
EMERGENCY
301
302
136
dP
ASSY CENTERING MECHA (MJT-3650)
137
ASSY CENTERING MECHA (MJT-3650)
ITEM NO.
PART NO.
DlWXIPTION
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
MIT-3651
MIT-3652
Ml’I-3653
MJT-3654
MJT-3655
:vby-3656
MIT-3657
MJT-3658
MJT-3659
l-m-2010
601-6555
601-6450
RDY-2106
MAIN SHAFC
STOPPER
COLLAR B
MECHA CASE A
MECHA CASB B
ranPI*
nlYIl
lx”4 .n “AI
CI”LYbR
HOLDER
HOLDER
SHAFT
GEAR HOLDER 110
GEAR Z=30 M=CJ. 7 5
GEAR 110
BRACKET
loo-5096
loo-5043
601-8847
310-5029~MO
220-5373
220-5484
280-5275-SRlO
BEARING 17
BEARING
25 FYH SBP FL 205
ROSTA DR-S-18x30
SUMlTUBE
FF 2OMM
VOL CONT B-SK
VOL COh’T B-5K OHM
CORD CLAMF SRlO
201
202
203
204
2 0 5
206
207
208
209
2 1 0
211
050-FOO600
O&l-F00800
060-s00800
050-HO0800
030-000612-S
o6Ll-F00600
OOO-FOO408-W
060-FO1200
060-501200
050-HO1200
MS-AOO410-P
FLGNUTM6
FlaT WSHR MB
SPR WSHR MS
HEXNUTMS
HEX BLT W/S M6X12
FLT WSHR M6
M SCR PH WfFS M4X8
FLT WSHR Ml2
SPR WSHR Ml2
HEXNUTM12
SETSCRHEXSKTCUPPM4XlO
301
600-6790-072
WIRE HARN
101
102
103
104
105
106
138
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