Chicago Gaming Ultimate Arcade 2 Owner`s manual

Chicago Gaming Ultimate Arcade 2 Owner`s manual
** NOTE THIS MANUAL ALSO APPLIES TO CURRENT ARCADE LEGENDS 3 PEDESTAL MODELS
Pedestal
Owner’s Manual
Flat Panel Television Not
Included
Display Requirements: 32” to
42” Television with HDMI Input
4616 W. 19th Street, Cicero, IL 60804 (800) 379-9776
Rev 1.0
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ULTIMATE ARCADE 3
Thank you for purchasing Chicago Gaming Company’s Ultimate Arcade 3. You
can look forward to many hours of video game enjoyment. We strongly
recommend that you follow the instructions and procedures as presented in this
Owner’s Manual and that it be read in its entirety before setting up your game.
1. LEGAL INFORMATION
1.1 SAFETY PROCEDURES
The following guidelines will help protect you and your ULTIMATE ARCADE 3.
Caution: For your safety follow these instructions.
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Caution: Shock hazard if instructions are not followed.
Read these instructions.
Keep these instructions.
Heed all warnings.
Follow all instructions.
Do not use this apparatus near water.
Clean only with a dry cloth.
Do not block any ventilation openings. Install in accordance with
manufacturer’s instructions.
Do not install near any heat sources such as radiators, heat registers,
stoves, or other apparatus (including amplifiers) that produce heat.
Do not defeat the safety purpose of the polarized or grounding-type plug.
A polarized plug has two blades with one wider than the other. A
grounding type plug has two blades and a third grounding prong. The
wide blade and third prong are provided for your safety. If the provided
plug does not fit into your outlet, consult an electrician for replacement of
the obsolete outlet.
Protect the power cord from being walked on or pinched particularly at
plugs, convenience receptacles, and the point where they exit from the
apparatus.
Only use attachments/accessories specified from the manufacturer.
Unplug this apparatus during lightning storms or when unused for long
periods of time.
Refer all servicing to qualified personnel. Servicing is required when the
apparatus has been damaged in any way, such as power supply cord or
plug is damaged, liquid has been spilled or objects have fallen into the
apparatus, the apparatus has been exposed to rain or moisture, does not
operate normally, or has been dropped.
Use with only 115 volts ~ 60Hz
We recommend using a surge suppresser or UPS (Uninterruptible Power
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Supply) to safeguard the game from abrupt power spikes or losses.
• WARNING: To reduce the risk of fire or electric shock, do not expose
your system to rain or moisture.
• Do not expose your system to dripping or splashing.
• Be sure to disconnect the power cable before working on the machine.
• Be sure to use fuses that meet the specified rating. (5A, 220V Quickblow). Using fuses exceeding the specified rating can cause a fire and
electrical shock.
• The game’s monitor is a source of high voltage. Be EXTREMELY
CAREFUL when working near it, high voltage charges can still be present
even after you’ve unplugged the unit. Have a qualified technician
perform a monitor repair or replacement.
Optimum operating environment is between 50-105° Fahrenheit.
1.2 ATARI END USER LICENSE AGREEMENT
By accepting and operating an Ultimate Arcade 3, the owner (“End User”) of the
unit agrees to abide by the terms of this agreement. Asteroids, Asteroids Deluxe,
Battlezone, Black Widow, Centipede, Crystal Castles, Food Fight, Gravitar,
Liberator, Lunar Lander, Major Havoc, Millipede, Missile Command, Red Baron,
Space Duel, Super Break-Out, Tempest, Warlords and related logos are used
under license from Atari Inc. (“Atari”). Atari expressly reserves the sole and
exclusive ownership of the aforementioned games and all rights relating thereto.
The end user hereby acknowledges that Atari is the sole and exclusive owner of
the games and licensed trademarks and agrees not to challenge at any time,
directly or indirectly, the rights of Atari. The end user agrees not to attempt to
copy the licensed property (in whole or in part), decompile, disassemble or
otherwise reverse engineer the software in any way. Atari is a third party
beneficiary to this agreement and retains the right to bring action directly against
an End User for breach of this End User License Agreement.
1.3 WARRANTY INFORMATION
All parts are warranted against manufacturing defects for a period of 180 days.
Free telephone support is available for the life of the product.
2. GAME SETUP
2.1 INSTALLATION
• Remove the game from its packaging.
• When moving the unit, please treat it as delicately as possible.
• Be sure to install it in a dry location.
• Plug the machine into a three-prong A/C outlet.
2.2 SUPPORTED TELEVISIONS
• Ultimate Arcade 3 supports most 32” to 42” flat panel televisions, or those
with VESA compliant mountings up to 400mm x 400mm.
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2.3 KEY FEATURES
The locations of the On/Off Switch and Service Button are shown
in the illustration below.
On/Off Switch
Service Button
The Player 1 joystick is
used to navigate the
Game Select Screen
and Service Menu
Player 1 and Player 2
buttons are used to
start a single or two
player game
Button 1 is used to
make selections
in the Service Menu
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3. INSTALLATION
G
H
I
A
C
F
D
E
B
The box contains:
J
A – Main Cabinet
B – LCD Stand Box
C – (2) Bottom Tubes
D – (2) Top Tubes
E – (2) Middle Tubes
F – Television Mounting Bracket
G – (2) Vertical Mounting Brackets
H – (2) Marquee Brackets
I – Marquee
J – (2) Tube Caps
K – (2) Side Panels
K
HDMI
Coupler
HDMI
Cable
6’
Power
Cord
10’
Power
Cord
Hardware List:
S1 – (4) Black 2-1/2” Hex Head Bolts
S2 – (4) 2-1/4” Phillips Head Bolts
S3 – (6) 8-32 Phillips Pan Head Screws
S4 – (8) Black ¼” Phillips Head Screws
S5 – (12) Black ¾” Washers
S6 – (4) Black Acorn Cap Nuts
S7 – (6) White Screw Caps
S8 – (4) #6 Flat Washers
S9 – (4) Wooden Dowels
S1
M4
S2
M6
S6
S3
S4
S5
M4 – (4) M4 Phillips Head Screws
M6 – (4) M6 Phillips Head Screws
M8 – (4) M8 Phillips Head Screws
M8
S7
S9
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S8
Before you begin assembly, make
sure the cabinet is level. Adjust the
leg levelers on the bottom of the
cabinet so that the cabinet is level.
Attach parts K to both sides of part A
as shown to the right. Connect each
piece with three S3 screws, using the
included dowels, S9, to align the
sides. After both sides are connected
and the screws are tightened, use
part S7 to cover the screw heads.
Insert the caps into the head of the
screw and lightly tap with a rubber
mallet until the cap is flush against
the cabinet.
K
S9
S7
S3
A
Remove the lid from part B and lower
the leg levelers about an inch. Leave
the lid off until you are finished
assembling your game. You will
need to connect screws and run
cables through this opening.
B
Push part B against the back of part
A as shown on the right, aligning the
wood block on the back of part A with
the rectangular hole in part B.
A
Pull the HDMI Cable from the back of
part A through the hole in part B,
being careful not to let the cable get
pinched.
B
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Align the square hole in part B with
the wood block on the back of part A.
Through the opening in part B, use 4
pieces of S2 and S5 to connect part
A to part B. In the drawing on the
right, the top of the box has been
removed so you can more easily see
where the bolts connect.
A
S5
S2
B
Adjust the leg levelers on part B so
that it is level with the cabinet and the
ground.
A
B
Caution: Part B must be supported
by the leg levelers
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You will now assemble the Tube Stands. Both tube stands are made by
connecting part D to part E, and then connecting part E to part C.
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E
D
Line up the two mounting holes in part D with those is part E. Use a Phillips head
screwdriver to connect them with two S4 screws
S4
Now line up the holes in part C with part E. Use the screwdriver to connect the
tubes with two more S4 screws.
S4
Repeat this with the other parts, and you will have two assembled tubes
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Insert the tubes into the openings at
the back of part B. Insert them with
the part D, side down. There should
be an opening at the top of each of
the tubes with a notch cut out of it.
That notch must point away from the
main cabinet, as shown to the right.
D
B
Warning
Make sure that the tubes go all the
way through part B and rest on the
ground, as shown to the right. Line
up the tubes with the top notch
pointing away from the cabinet.
B
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TV Power
Cord
Next, you will run the HDMI cable and 10’
power cord through the tubes. This is done
before connecting the television so that the
cables can easily pass through the tubes.
HDMI
Cable
Drop one end of the
HDMI cable down
through the tube, and
leave the other end
hanging out of the top.
Reach through the
opening in the top of part
B and pull the cable out
of the hole in the side of
the tube. Connect this
end of the HDMI cable to
the HDMI cable coming
from the main cabinet
using the HDMI adapter,
shown in fig 1.
Next, drop the male end
of the 10’ power cord
through the other tube.
Reach inside the cabinet,
pull the end of the cable
out, and run it out
through the hole in the
back of the cabinet.
To Wall
Fig 1
S6
To mount part F to the tubes, you will
need four pieces of part S1, four pieces
of S6, and eight pieces of S5. Line up
the top two holes in part F with the top
two holes in the tubes. Use a bolt and
washer to hang part F from the tubes.
Use another washer and a nut on the
other side of the tube to hold the
bracket in place. Connect the other two
bolts using the remaining four washers
and two nuts. Make sure the bracket is
level, and then tighten the nuts using a
7/16 wrench.
S5
S1
S5
F
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You will now connect parts G and H to the rear of your television using M4, M6
or M8 screws and four S5 or S8 washers. You will only need to use one size of
screw and washer, which will depend on the mounting holes on the back of your
television.
M4
M6
M8
Once you have determined which screws to use, attach brackets G and H as
shown below.
The top two screws go through the washer, through bracket H, through bracket
G, and into the television.
H
Set bracket H at the closest height where
the hooks are just above the top of
the television. See fig 2 below.
Secure the bottom of bracket G
with two more screws and
washers.
G
S5/S8
M4/M6/M8
Fig 2
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The lower set of hooks must be
above the top of the television
With the help of another person,
hang the TV on part F. The
hooks on the back of part G hang
on the top edge of part F.
G
This view shows how the TV
should look after hanging.
Adjust the television so that it is
centered.
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F
Tighten the screws at
the bottom of part G,
clamping the
television to the
mounting bracket.
G
J
Connect the HDMI
cable and power
cord, which were left
hanging out of the
tube earlier, to the
back of your
television. Run the
cables through the
notches at the tops of
the tubes.
Attach the rubber
caps, part J, to the
tops of the tubes.
I
Starting from the side, slide part I in
between the hooks on part G.
These hooks should hold the
marquee by the gap down the
center.
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G
Run the 6’ power cord through the
hole in the back of part B. The 10’
power cord from the television
should already be coming out of this
hole.
From TV
Reach inside part B and connect the
power cord to the inlet plug, shown
to the left. You now have two power
cords coming out of the hole in part
B. One powers the television, and
the other powers the main cabinet.
Finally, reconnect the lid of part B,
and secure it with the two screws
you removed earlier.
Attach the second
power cord here
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3. SERVICE MENU
Press the SERVICE BUTTON, which is located behind the faux coin-door,
to access the SERVICE MENU. The test button can be accessed without
opening the faux coin-door by pressing the coin-return button.
The SERVICE MENU provides access to the ADJUSTMENTS sub-menu
and the DIAGNOSTICS sub-menu. To select either sub-menu, use the joystick
on the Player One side (left joystick) to highlight either option, then press the
button one (the upper left button in the cluster of six blue buttons) on the Player
One side (left side).
3.1 ADJUSTMENTS SUB-MENU
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The volume settings, which are located on the ADJUSTMENTS menu, which is a
sub-menu of the SERVICE menu, allow you to independently adjust game
volume and the demo mode volume.
The GAME VOLUME setting determines the sound level while the games are
being played.
The DEMO MODE setting turns Demo Mode on or off. When this is on, the main
menu will cycle through the games, showing a 15 second video clip of each
game it stops on.
The DEMO MODE VOLUME setting determines the sound level at the user
interface while the unit is sitting idle (in Demo Mode).
To adjust either the GAME VOLUME or the DEMO MODE VOLUME, highlight
the setting you wish to adjust and press button one or two on the PLAYER 1 side
of the control panel.
Volume
Down
Volume
Up
The EXIT MENU TIMEOUT setting determines how long the exit screen will stay
up before automatically exiting back to the main menu.
The GAME IDLE TIMEOUT setting determines how long a game will keep
running when nobody is using the controls. After one or two minutes of inactivity,
Ultimate Arcade 3 will automatically return to the main menu.
The RESTORE DEFAULTS option will return all adjustments to the factory
settings.
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3.2 DIAGNOSTICS
The DIAGNOSTICS menu provides tools to confirm that the controls are
functioning properly and test screens which will assist in adjusting the monitor.
To select either sub-menu, use the joystick on the Player One side (left joystick)
to highlight either option, then press the button one (the upper left button in the
cluster of six blue buttons) on the Player One side (left side).
3.3 CONTROL TEST
The CONTROL TEST allows you to confirm the buttons, joysticks and trackballs
are functioning correctly. Use of any of the controls should result in the display of
the corresponding action on the monitor. Should any control cease to work
contact technical support. Each of the controls can be replaced in a matter of
minutes with only a phillips head screwdriver and a nut driver.
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3.4 VIDEO TEST
This submenu provides test patterns, which assist in adjusting your monitor.
3.5 OVERSCAN ADJUSTMENTS
The OVERSCAN ADJUSTMENTS screen allows you to adjust the size of the
displayed screen if it appears too large or too small. Follow the onscreen
instructions to adjust overscan.
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4. SORTING GAMES AND SELECTING GAMES
The SORT GAMES column allows you to reduce the total number of games
displayed in the SELECT GAMES column; thereby allowing you to quickly find a
game. To view all one hundred and twenty-five games at the same time set the
SORT GAMES column to ALL GAMES.
The SORT GAMES column is accessed by moving the Player 1 Joystick right.
Each subcategory is then selected by moving the Player 1 Joystick up or down.
Once you have highlighted the category that you wish to select move the Player
1 joystick left to return to the GAME SELECT MENU.
To select a game, move the Player 1 joystick left to highlight the SELECT GAME
column. Then move the Player 1 joystick up or down to highlight a game. Once
you have highlighted the game that you wish to play, press the Player 1 start
button if you wish to start a single player game or press the Player 2 button if you
wish to start game for two players.
Press to Start a
Single Player
Game
Press to Start a
Two Player
Game
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5. GAME CONTROLS INSTRUCTIONS
The GAME CONTROLS screen is displayed before the start of each game. This
screen explains which controls are utilized in each game. To exit this screen
before the default allotted time, press any button.
6. EXITING A GAME
To exit a game, press the GAME EXIT button, which is located on the upper right
hand corner of the control panel. After exiting a game, you will be given the
option to: RETURN TO GAME, EXIT GAME, or ADD or REMOVE FROM
FAVORITES.
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7. TECHNICAL SUPPORT
Free telephone support is provided for the Ultimate Arcade 3 system.
Technical Support is available from 9:00-5:00 Central Time, Monday through
Friday. Call (708)780-0070. Select technical support in phone system menu.
8. GAMEPACK (UPGRADES)
Please note that Ultimate Arcade 3 is not compatible with UltraCade/Global VR
gamepacks. UPGRADES FOR ULTIMATE ARCADE OR ULTIMATE ARCADE
2 WILL NOT WORK WITH ULTIMATE ARCADE 3!!!
Please check www.chicago-gaming.com for availability of gamepacks for
Ultimate Arcade 3.
9. FCC COMPLIANCE
Note: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits
for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits
are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a
residential installation. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio
frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the
instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However,
there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If
this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception,
which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is
encouraged to try to correct the interference by one of more of the following
measures:
--Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
--Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
--Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which
the receiver is connected.
--Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/technician for help.
Changes or modifications not expressly approved in writing by Chicago Gaming
Company could void the user’s authority to operate the product.
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