Airline Pilots Deluxe Manual 7890KB Jan 28 2014 09:25:04 AM

Airline Pilots Deluxe Manual 7890KB Jan 28 2014 09:25:04 AM
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SEGA ENTERPRISES, LTD.
MANUAL NO. 420 - 6471 - 01
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Gro e Before using this product, read this OWNER'S MANUAL carefully
Y “BEFORE USING THE PRODUCT, BE SURE TO READ THE FOLLOWING:
| | To maintain the safety:
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/ To ensure the safe usage of the product, be sure to read the following before using the product. The
^ following instructions are intended for the users, operators and the personnel in charge of the opera-
tion of the product. After carefully reading and sufficiently understanding the warning displays and
cautions, handle the product appropriately. Be sure to keep this manual nearby the product or
elsewhere convenient for referring to it when necessary.
- Herein, explanations which require special attention are enclosed with dual lines. Depending on the
potentially hazardous degrees, the terms of DANGER!, WARNING!, CAUTION!, etc. are used.
Be sure to understand the contents of the displays before reading the text.
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+) product by disregarding this picto- product by disregarding this cau-
N / e NX graph will cause severe injury or | 4 tion will cause a slight hazardous
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; J DANGER! В | В CAUTION — “sonal injury and or material dam-
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O Fe product by disregarding this warn- p ~~ product by disregarding this dis-
4 | ing will cause a potentially hazard- | play can cause the product's intrin-
ой TT ous situation which can result in. | ms sic performance not to be obtained,
yo WARNING! death or serious injury. | IMPORTANT! resulting i in malfunctioning.
3 For the safe usage of the product, the following pictographs are used:
7 aN Indicates "HANDLE WITH CARE." In order to protect the human body and equip-
ko ment, this display is attached to places where the Owner s Manual and or Service
) | Manual should be referred to. | | В
у Indicates a "Protective Earth Terminal, " Before operating the equipment, be sure to
. connect it to the Ground. | Е
O Perform work in accordance with the Instructions herein stated.
Instructions for work are explained by paying attention to the aspect of accident prevention.
ВЕ Failing to perform work as per the instructions can cause accidents. In the case where only .
So Co those who have technical expertise should perform the work to avoid hazardous situation, the
) ~~ Instructions herein state that the serviceman should perform such work. :
р O Be sure to turn off power before working on the machine.
{ To prevent electric shock, be sure to turn off power before starting the work in which the
De —.. worker touches the interior of the product. If the work is to be performed in the power-on
status, the Instruction Manual herein always states to that effect.
O Be sure to ground the Earth Terminal (this, however, is not required in the case where a
power cord with earth is used).
o This product is equipped with the Earth Terminal. When installing the product, Connect the
; Earth Terminal to the "accurately grounded indoor earth terminal” by using an earth wire.
Unless the product is grounded appropriately, the user can be subject to electric shock. After
performing repair, etc. for the Control equipment, ensure that the Earth Wire | is firmly con-
nected to the Control equipment.
_ O Ensure that the Power Supply used is equipped with an Earth Leakage Breaker.
This product does not incorporate the Earth Leakage Breaker. Using a power supply which i is
Do - not equipped with the Earth Leakage Breaker can cause a fire when earth leakage occurs.
O Be sure to use fuses which meet the specified rating. (only for the machines which
use fuses).
Using fuses exceeding the specified rating can cause a fire and electric shock.
O Specification changes (removal of equipment, conversion and addition) not
designated by SEGA are not allowed.
The parts of the product include warning labels for safety, covers for personal. protection, etc.
It is very hazardous to operate the product by removing parts and or modifying the circuits.
Should doors, lids and protective parts be damaged or lost, refrain from operating the product, i
_ and contact where the product was purchased from or the office herein stated.
O Ensure that the product meets the requirements of appropriate Electrical
Specifications. |
Before installing the product, check for Electrical Specifications. SEGA products have a
nameplate on which Electrical Specifications are described. Ensure that the product is com-
patible with the power supply voltage and frequency requirements of the location. Using any
Electrical Specifications different from the designated Specifications can cause a fire and
electric shock.
Ш ‚О Install and operate the product i in places where appropriate lighting is avail-
able, allowing warning labels to be clearly read. |
To ensure safety for the customers, labels and printed instructions describing potentially |
“hazardous situation are applied to places where accidents can be caused. Ensure that where
the product is operated has sufficient lighting allowing the warnings to be read. If any label is
peeled off, apply it again immediately. Please place an order with where the product was
purchased from or the office herein stated.
“ O When handling the Monitor, be very careful. (Applies only to the product wi
monitor).
Some of the monitor (TV) parts are subject to high tension voltage. Even after turning off
power, some portions are still subject to high tension voltage sometimes. Monitor repair and
replacement should be performed only by those technical personnel who have knowledge of
electricity and technical expertise. | |
O When transporting or " reselling this product, be sure to attach this manual to
the product. | | |
In the case where commercially available monitors and printers are used in this product,
only the contents relating to this product are explained herein. Some commercially
available equipment has functions and reactions not stated in this manual. Read this
manual together with the specific Instruction Manual of such equipment.
< Descriptions herein contained may be subject to improvement changes without notice.
The contents described herein are fully prepared with due care. However, should any
- question arise or errors be found, please contact SEGA. В
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INSPECTIONS IMMEDIATELY AFTER TRANSPORTING THE PRODUCT TO THE LOCATION.
- Normaliy, at the time of shipment, SEGA products are in a status allowing for usage
immediately after transporting to the location. Nevertheless, an irregular situation may
occur during transportation. Before turning on power, check the following points to
ensure that the product has been transported in a satisfactory status.
Are there any dented portions or defects (cuts, etc. ) on the external surfaces of the
cabinet?
Are Casters and Adjusters, damaged? | |
Do the power supply voltage and frequency requirements meet with those of the loca-
tion? |
Are all ‘wiring connectors correctly and securely connected? Unless connected in the
‘correct direction, connector connections can not be made accurately. Do not insert
“connectors forcibly. |
Do power cords have cuts and dents?
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Are all accessories available? —
Can all Doors and Lids be opened with the Accessory keys? Can Doors and Lids be
firmly closed? |
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
BEFORE USING THE PRODUCT, BE SURE TO READ THE FOLLOWING:
TABLE OF CONTENTS
INTRODUCTION OF THE OWNER’ S MANUAL
ACCESSORIES PR Cea В
. ASSEMBLING AND INSTALLATION ....e.nenerenennovononmenvenan zen
. PRECAUTIONS TO BE HEEDED WHEN MOVING THE MACHINE ............
. CONTENTS OF GAME nec
. EXPLANATION OF TEST AND DATA DISPLAY LL... 00000 canne ee ne nue 00
9—1 SWITCH UNIT AND COIN METER ............. enuoeramenAD
9—2 SYSTEM TEST MODE .2...2202 0 ane n one ue nue nas anna mu mme 00
9—3 GAME TEST MODE .....222.2 cn 00e ana e sauna neue mn mec nu 08
10. CONTROL MECHANISM LL... 20e nano sauna mme ue Lu. encon. ne...
10— 1 TAKING OUT THE CONTROL MECHANISM .........—eeerenannos
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10—4 GREASING LL... 1202 caen nana none na can ana cena nan 0m
10—5 REPLACING THE LED BOARD .......eeeerensorenenoonenco.
11. LEVER UNIT ..nnnenananocnnorrenanaacaanecannerasarenenanmen e,
11—1 LOCATING THE VOLUME ........ereeeavoonaaorenenenen.
11— 2 ADJUSTING THE VOLUME ..........eevonaconeanoaneneoceo
11- 3 REPLACING THE VOLUME -........eenevoraoocaconaneamen
11—4 GREASING .....eeneneneroneoocacmerarooeeeneaaromennene
12. PEDAL UNIT .nnnnaronoaoenanarzannannananeanenevencnovenenrecam e
13. COIN SELECTOR .......... nenananccnmamananenuwavaronnvanrne ma
14. MONITOR LL... Lena ane nan nana m maman ou 0 meme m en a eue 000 sen AAC HOUR
14— 1 CAUTIONS AND WARNINGS CONCERNING THE SAFETY FOR
HANDLING THE MONITORS ......ennrenannnunnnonaneannnno
14— 2 CAUTIONS TO BE HEEDED WHEN CLEANING
THE CRT SURFACES ......ee.eeorocaneroonnncanoneccmen.
14— 3 ADJUSTMENT METHOD ..ñ.eceennoneovnoranonenaonenenve.
14—4 CLEANING THE MONITOR GLASS. ....e_eronsnenonoonanvaca
15. REPLACING THE FLUORESCENT LAMP, AND LAMPS ...eeenrnnnnnnnneoa
16. PERIODIC INSPECTION TABLE ................ PA
17. TROUBLESHOOTING ...nnareronannaranannoanoonvaranonnoneneenDZD
18. GAME BOARD ..eececannnnonorarenoanenenmn. nenvaaneraooconm an.
18— 1 TAKING OUT THE BOARD ......e.enesenvanonmo mewn
18— 2 COMPOSITION OF GAME BOARD .....eee.eeonnoenonveneenno
19. DESIGN RELATED PARTS .....e.eeovevodovereanacacacarenderenanoso
20. PARTS LIST Lessscaa 0 san ae nee s aan uam neue n nm mena n nue a eee m0 000008
21. WIRE COLOR CODE TABLE .....eeeeonnenonanavacoenmenavasveceme
22. WIRING DIAGRAM .nnnnnrnoaonnenaranannnoaaanaannanennoamenv,»,
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SPECIFICATIONS
Installation space : 2,080 mm (W) X 1,860 mm (D)
| (81.9 in. X 73.2 in.)
Height : 2,000 mm (78.7 in.)
Weight : 539 kg. (1,188.3 lbs.)
Power, maximum current : 770 W 8.7 A (AC 110V 50 Hz AREA)
| 747 W 8.3 A (AC 110V 60 Hz AREA)
770 W 7.8 A (AC 120V 60 Hz AREA)
775 W 4.5 A (AC 220V 50 Hz AREA)
758 W 4.4 A (AC 220V 60 Hz AREA)
782 № 4.3 A (AC 230V 50 Hz AREA)
769 W 4.2 A (AC 230V 60 Hz AREA)
802 W 4.4 A (AC 240V 50 Hz AREA)
| 784 W 4.2-A (AC 240V 60 Hz AREA)
For TAIWAN |
Power, current + : 775 W 9.0 A (MAX)
| 430 W 5.0 A (MIN.)
MON! TOR : 29 INCH COLOR MONITOR -
INTRODUCTION OF THE OWNER'S MANUAL
This Owner's Manual is intended to provide detailed descriptions together with all
the necessary information covering the general operation of electronic assemblies,
electromechanicals, servicing control, spare parts, etc. as regards the product,
AIRLINE PILOTS DX TYPE. |
This manual is intended for the owners, personnel and managers in charge of
operation of the product. Operate the product after carefully reading and sufficiently
understanding the instructions. If the product fails to function satisfactorily, non-
technical personnel should under no circumstances touch the internal system. Please
contact where the product was purchased from.
SEGA ENTERPRISES, INC. (U.S.A.YCUSTOMER SERVICE
45133 Industrial Drive, Fremont, California 94538, U.S.A.
Phone : (415) 802-3100
Fax : (415) 802-1754
DEFINITION OF LOCATION MAINTENANCE MAN AND SERVICEMAN
WARNING!
Non-technical personnel who do not have technical knowledge and
expertise should refrain from performing such work that this manual
requires the location's maintenance man or a serviceman to carry out, or
work which is not explained in this manual. Failing to comply with this
instruction can cause a severe accident such as electric shock.
Ensure that parts replacement, servicing & inspections, and troubleshooting are performed by the
location's maintenance man or the serviceman. It is instructed herein that particularly hazardous
work should be performed by the serviceman who has technical expertise and knowledge.
The location's maintenance man and serviceman are herein defined as follows:
“Location's Maintenance Man" : |
Those who have experience in the maintenance of amusement equipment and vending machines,
etc., and also participate in the servicing and control of the equipment through such routine work
as equipment assembly and installation, servicing and inspections, replacement of units and
consumables, etc. within the Amusement Facilities and or locations under the management of the
‘Owner and Owner's Operators of the product.
Activities of Location's Maintenance Man :
Assembly & installation, servicing & inspections, and replacement of units & consumables as
regards amusement equipment, vending machines, etc.
Serviceman :
Those who participate in the designing, manufacturing, inspections and maintenance service of
the equipment at an amusement equipment manufacturer.
Those who have technical expertise equivalent to that of technical high school graduates as re-
gards electricity, electronics and or mechanical engineering, and daily take part in the servicing &
control and repair of amusement equipment.
Serviceman's Activities :
Assembly & installation and repair & adjustments of electrical, electronic and mechanical parts of
amusement equipment and vending machines.
1. HANDLING PRECAUTIONS
When installing or inspecting the machine, be very careful of the following points and pay
attention to ensure that the player can enjoy the game safely.
Non-compliance with the following points or inappropriate handling running counter to the
cautionary matters herein stated can cause personal injury or damage to the machine.
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WARNING!
IMPORTANT!
Before performing work, be sure to turn power off. Performing the
work without turning power off can cause an electric shock or short
circuit. In the case work should be performed in the status of power
on, this manual always states to that effect.
To avoid electric shock or short circuit, do not plug in or unplug quickly.
To avoid electric shock, do not plug in or unplug with a wet hand.
Do not expose Power Cords and Earth Wires on the surface, (floor,
passage, etc.). If exposed, the Power Cords and Earth Wires are
susceptible to damage. Damaged cords and wires can cause electric
shock or short circuit.
To avoid causing a fire or electric shock, do not put things on or
damage Power Cords. |
@ When or after installing the product, do not unnecessarily pull the
power cord. If damaged, the power cord can cause a fire or electric
shock.
In case the power cord is damaged, ‘ask for replacement through
where the product was purchased from or the office herein stated.
Using the cord as is damaged can cause fire, electric shock or
leakage.
Be sure to perform grounding appropriately. Inappropriate grounding
can cause an electric shock.
Be sure to use fuses meeting specified rating. Using fuses exceeding
the specified rating can cause a fire or electric shock.
Completely make connector connections for IC BD and others.
Insufficient insertion can cause an electric shock.
To avoid causing a fire or electric shock, do not make Specification |
changes by removing, converting and making additions unless
otherwise designated by SEGA.
Be sure to perform periodic maintenance inspections herein stated.
For the IC board circuit inspections, only the logic tester is allowed.
The use of a multiple-purpose tester is not permitted, so be careful in
this regard.
When cleaning the CRT surfaces, use a soft, dry cloth. Do not apply
chemicals such as thinner, benzine, etc.
The electronic parts on the IC Board could be damaged due to human
body's static electricity. Before performing IC Board related work, be
sure to discharge physically accumulated statics by touching grounded
metallic surfaces, etc. |
CONCERNING THE STICKER DISPLAY
SEGA product has Stickers describing the product
manufacture No. (Serial No.) and Electrical
Specifications. Also it has a Sticker describing where to
contact for repair and for purchasing parts.
When inquiring about or asking for repair, mention the
Serial No. and Name of Machine indicated on the
Sticker. The Serial No. indicates the product register.
Identical machines could have different parts depending
on the date of production. Also, improvements and
modifications might have been made after the
publication of this Manual. In order to meet the above
situations, mention the Serial No. when contacting the
applicable places.
- 440-WS0012XEG
AWARNING
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Hot light bulbs can
replacing then,
CONCERNING WARNING DISPLAYS
SEGA product has warning displays on Stickers, Labels
and or printed instructions adhered / attached to or
incorporated in the places where a potentially hazardous
situation can arise. The warning displays are intended
for accident prevention for the customers and for
avoiding hazardous situation relating to maintenance
and servicing work. There are some portions in the
Cabinet, which are subject to high tension voltage, etc.
where accidents can be caused merely by touching.
When performing the servicing work , be very careful of
the warning displays. Especially, any complex repair
and replacement work not mentioned herein, should be
performed by those technical personnel who have
knowledge of electricity and technical expertise.
For the prevention of accidents, caution any customer
Whose act runs counter to the warnings, as to the effect
that he must stop the act. |
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For units divided Into front and back halves, do not
push the upper section on this side. The unit will tall
on the monitor side, and may result in damages or
injuries,
When moving a unit divided Into front and back
halvos, push on the lateral side, For safety reasons,
two or more parsons should move the unit together,
440-DS0013XEG
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High voltage can cause
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Serial No. Display
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2. PRECAUTIONS CONCERNING INSTALLATION LOCATION
WARNING!
This product is an indoor game machine. Do not install it outside. Even
indoors, avoid installing in places mentioned below so as not to cause a
fire, electric shock, injury and or malfunctioning.
Places subject to rain or water leakage, or places subject to high
humidity in the proximity of an indoor swimming pool and or shower,
etc.
Places subject to direct sunlight, or places subject to high
temperatures in the proximity of heating units, etc.
Places filled with inflammable gas or vicinity of highly inflammable/
volatile chemicals or hazardous matter.
Dusty places.
Sloped surfaces.
Places subject to any type of violent impact.
Vicinity of anti-disaster facilities such as fire exits and fire
extinguishers. |
The operating (ambient) temperature range is from 5'C to 40°C.
Only in the case a projector is employed, the temperature range is
from 5°C to 30C.
LIMITATIONS OF USAGE REQUIREMENTS
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WARNING!
Be sure to check the Electrical Specifications.
Ensure that this product is compatible with the location's power supply,
voltage and frequency requirements.
A plate describing Electrical Specifications is attached to the product.
Non-compliance with the Electric Specifications can cause a fire and
electric shock. |
This product requires the Breaker and Earth Mechanisms as part of
the location facilities. Using them in a manner not independent can
cause a fire and electric shock.
Ensure that the indoor wiring for the power supply is rated at 15A or
higher (AC single phase 100 ~ 120V area), and 7A or higher (AC 220
~ 240V area). Non-compliance with the Electrical Specifications can
cause a fire and electric shock.
Be sure to independently use the power supply equipped with the
Earth Leakage Breaker. Using a power supply without the Earth
Leakage Breaker can cause an outbreak of fire when earth leakage
occurs.
Putting many loads on one electrical outlet can cause generation of
heat and a fire resulting from overload.
When using an extension cord, ensure that the cord is rated at 15A or
higher (AC 100 ~ 120V area) and 7A or higher (AC 220 ~ 240V area).
Using a cord rated lower than the specified rating can cause a fire and
electric shock. |
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AC 110V 50 Hz
C 110V 60 Hz
C 120V 60 Hz
AC 220V 50 Hz
AC 220V 60 Hz
AC 230V 50 Hz
AC 230V 60 Hz
AC 240V 50 Hz
C 240V 60 Hz
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3. OPERATION
PRECAUTIONS TO BE HEEDED BEFORE STARTING THE OPERATION
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CAUTION!
To avoid injury and trouble, be sure to constantly give careful attention to the behavior and
manner of the visitors and players.
In order to avold accidents, check the following before starting the operation:
@ Check if all of the adjusters are in contact with the surface. If they are
not, the Cabinet can move and cause an accident. |
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Ensure that all of the
Adjusters are in contact
with the floor.
@ Do not put any heavy item on this product. Placing any heavy item on
he product can cause a falling down accident or parts damage. |
O Do not climb on the product. Climbing on the product can cause falling
down accidents. To check the top portion of the product, use a step.
O To avoid electric shock, check to see if door & cover parts are
damaged or omitted.
O To avoid electric shock, short circuit and or parts damage, do not put
the following items on or in the periphery of the product.
Flower vases, flowerpots, cups, water tanks, cosmetics, and
receptacles/containers/vessels containing chemicals and water.
To avoid injury, be sure to provide sufficient space by considering the
potentially crowded situation at the installation location. Insufficient
installation space can cause the customers to come into contact with or hit
the others and result in injury or trouble.
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PRECAUTIONS TO BE HEEDED DURING OPERATION (PAYING ATTENTION TO CUSTOMERS)
To avoid injury and trouble, be sure to constantly give careful attention to the behavior and
manner of the visitors and players.
A O To avoid injury and accidents, those who fall under the following
categories are not allowed to play the game.
WARNING! * Those who need assistance such as the use of an apparatus when walking.
* Those who have high blood pressure or a heart problem.
* Those who have experienced muscle convulsion or loss of consciousness
when playing video game, etc.
* Those who have a trouble in the neck and or spinal cord.
- Intoxicated persons.
- Pregnant women or those who are in the likelihood of pregnancy.
- Persons susceptible to motion sickness.
Persons whose act runs counter to the product's warning displays.
o To avoid injury resulting from falling down, and electric shock due to
spilled drinks, instruct the player not to place heavy items or drinks on
the product.
O To avoid electric shock and short circuit, do not allow customers to put
hands and fingers or extraneous matter in the openings of the product
or small openings in or around the doors.
O To avoid falling down and injury resulting from falling down,
immediately stop the customer s leaning against or climbing on the
product, etc.
O To avoid electric shock and short circuit, do not allow the customers to
unplug the power plug without a justifiable reason.
A Immediately stop such violent acts as hitting and kicking the product.
Such violent acts can cause parts damage or falling down, resulting | in
CAUTION! injury due to fragments and falling down.
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POP PANEL
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LEVER UNIT
PEDAL UNIT
REAR CABINET
FIG.4a OVERVIEW
COIN CHUTE DOOR
AC UNIT |
CASHBOX DOOR
FIG.4b FRONT VIEW FIG.4c REAR VIEW
TABLE 4 |
Width X Length X Height Weight
FRONT CABINET 2,080 mm X 1,040 mm X 2,000 mm | 432 kg
REAR CABINET 1,040 mm X 1,075 mm X 1,510 mm 107 kg
When assembled 2,080 mm X 1,860 mm X 2,000 mm Approx. 539 kg
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5. ACCESSORIES
When transporting the machine, make sure that the following parts are supplied.
TABLES ACCESSORIES
600-6618 (1) AC 220~240V AREA
Used for installation, see | 3 | of Section 6.
DESCRIPTION OWNERS MANUAL KEY MASTER KEY
Part No. (Qty.) 420-6471-01 (1) 220-5576 (2) (2)
Note For opening/closing For the CASHBOX DOOR
the doors |
Figures
If Part No. has no description, the Number has not been
registered or can not be registered. Such a part may not OF 000) 0 | 0000)
be obtainable even if the customer desires to purchase it. | |
Therefore, ensure that the part is in safekeeping with you.
AC Cable (Power Cord) CORD CLAMP
600-6724 (1) AC 110V AREA 280-5009-01 (1)
600-6729 Used for securing the
600-6695 (1) AC 120V AREA power cord.
see of Section 6.
VOL CONT B-5K OHM
220-5484 (1)
Spare, Spare,
see Section 10, 11, 12.
FUSE 6.3A 250V
514-5086-6300 (1)
Spare, see Section 17.
VOL CONT B-5K OHM
220-5179 (1)
see Section 10, 11, 12.
STATICIDE
090-0074 (1)
Antistatic measures
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SWITCH LEVER (GRAY) SWITCH LEVER (RED)
509-5911-G (1) 509-5911-R (1)
Spare, see Section 11. Spare, see Section 11.
POP PANEL |
429-0641-01 (1)
Used for installation,
sec Section 6.
CARTON BOX |
601-10577 (1)
Used for transporting the |
Game Board. /
Refer to Next Page. |
HOW TO USE THE CARTON BOX
STOP] When requesting for the replacement/repair of this product's Game Board
(NAOMI BOARD), follow the instructions below. Transporting the Game
IMPORTANT! Board in an undesignated status is unacceptable. An erroneous handling
can cause parts damage.
- Put the Game Board in the Carton Box together with the Shield Case.
Do not unnecessarily disassemble nor remove parts.
- By paying careful attention to the direction shown by the following
Figure, put the Shield Case in the Carton Box.
FILTER BD side.
Ensure that the direction in which
the Shield Case is packed is correct.
Remove the Brackets (the shape differs
FILTER BOARD depending on the specific type of machine).
Enfold the Shield Case with the packing material shown, and put it in the carton box.
Positioning the Shield Case upside down or packing in the manner different from what is shown
in this Figure can cause the Game Board and other parts to be damaged.
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6. ASSEMBLING AND INSTALLATION
@® Perform assembly work by following the procedure herein stated. |
Failing to comply with the instructions can cause electric shock hazard.
WARNING! ® Perform assembling as per this manual. Since this is a complex
machine, erroneous assembling can cause an electric shock, machine
damage and or not functioning as per specified performance.
® When assembling, be sure to use plural persons. Depending on the
assembly work, there are some cases in which working by one person
alone can cause personal injury or parts damage.
@ Ensure that connectors are accurately connected. Incomplete
connections can cause electric shock hazard. |
Be careful so as not to damage wirings. Damaged wiring can cause
electric shock and short circuit hazards.
O In the case the cabinet is separated into the front and rear portions, do
not push the upper rear part of the front cabinet. Failure to observe
this causes the front cabinet to fall down towards the monitor side and
result in accidents and injury to persons. When moving the front
cabinet in the above case, be sure to push it from side directions and
move it by 2 or more persons for safety.
When carrying out the assembling and installation, follow the following 5-item sequence.
1 ASSEMBLING THE CABINET
2 | SECURING IN PLACE (ADJUSTER ADJUSTMENT)
3| POWER SUPPLY, AND EARTH CONNECTION
4
5
TURNING POWER ON
ASSEMBLING CHECK
When assembling, prepare and make sure that tools such as the Phillips type screwdriver, wrench
(M16 hexagon bolt), socket wrench and Ratchet Handle are available.
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Phillips type screwdriver |
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SOCKET WRENCH, (for M8 hexagon bolt)
RATCHET HANDLE
WRENCH (for MI6 hezagon bolt)
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|| ASSEMBLING THE CABINET
QD Install Joint Bracket L & R to both sides of Front Cabinet as applicable, and 2 Joint Pipes to the
mside.
Hexagon Bolt (2), black
M8 x 30, w spring washer,
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Joint Pipe |
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Hexagon Bolt (8), black
JOINT BRACKET L M8 x 20, w spring washer,
FIG. 6.1a flat washer used.
2 Connect the wiring from the Front Cabinet to the Rear Cabinet.
Connect the Connectors.
REAR CABINET side
Connect the Barth. ff
|FRONT CABINET side
FIG. 6.1 b
(3) Insert the Front Cabinet's square pipes into the Rear Cabinet's square holes to fit both cabinets
tight and secure with a total of 4 Hexagon Bolts.
Hexagon Bolt (2), black
M8 X 20, w spring washer,
flat washer used.
Hexagon Bolt (2), black
M8 X 20, w/spring washer,
flat washer used.
FIG. 6.1 c
POP PANEL
(4) Apply the POP PANEL to the
top of BILLBOARD.
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2
WARNING!
: FASTEN UPWARD. |
SECURING IN PLACE (ADJUSTER ADJUSTMENT)
Make sure that all of the adjusters are in contact with the floor. If they are
not, the cabinet can move and cause an accident.
This product has 8 casters (4 for Front Cabinet, 4 for Rear Cabinet) and 8 Adjusters (4 for Front
Cabinet, 4 for Rear Cabinet). (FIG. 6. 2a) When the installation position is determined, cause
the adjusters to come into contact with the floor directly, make adjustments in a manner so that
the casters will be raised approximately 5mm. from the floor and make sure that the machine
position 1s level. | |
Transport the product to the - | CASTER
installation position. Be sure to
provide adequate space allowing
the player to get on and off. A
Have all of the Adjusters make
contact with the floor. Adjust the
Adjusters height by using a
wrench so that the machine
position 1s kept level.
After making adjustment, fasten
the Adjuster Nut upward and
secure the height of Adjuster
(FIG. 6. 2d).
ADJUSTER
FIG. 6.2a BOTTOM VIEW
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FIG.6.2b ADJUSTER
(mm)
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FIG. 6.2c
Refer to this Fig. (Scale:1/100) у
for the layout of the place of FIG. 6.2 d
installation. CT . [|
Be sure to provide space as shown between the Air
Vent and the wall surface.
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3 POWER SUPPLY, AND EARTH CONNECTION
O Be sure to independently use the power supply socket outlet equipped
with an Earth Leakage Breaker. Using a power supply without an
WARNING! Earth Leakage Breaker can cause a fire when electric leakage occurs.
O Ensure that the "accurately grounded indoor earth terminal" and the
earth wire cable are available (except in the case where a power cord
plug with earth is used). This product is equipped with the earth
terminal. Connect the earth terminal and the indoor earth terminal with
the prepared cable. If the grounding work is not performed
appropriately, customers can be subjected to an electric shock, and
the product's functioning may not be stable.
@ Ensure that the power cord and earth wire are not exposed on the
surface (passage, etc.). If exposed, they can be caught and are
susceptible to damage. If damaged, the cord and wire can cause
electric shock and short circuit accidents. Ensure that the wiring
position is not in the customer's passage way or the wiring has
protective covering. | a.
The AC Unit is mounted on the rear of the machine. The AC Unit has Main SW, Circuit Protector,
Earth Terminal and the Inlet which connects the Power Cord.
Ensure that the Main SW is OFF.
SS | | MAIN SW
— EARTH TERMINAL
\ | Connect with the
0 indoor earth terminal.
Main SW off CIRCUIT PROTECTOR
INLET
FIG. 6.3a AC unit
(2) Connect one end of the earth wire to the
AC Unit earth terminal, and the other end
to the indoor earth terminal. The AC
Unit earth terminal has a Bolt and Nut
combination. Take off the Nut, pass the
end of earth wire through the Bolt, and
fasten the Nut.
Note that the Earth Wire 1s incorporated
in the Power Cord for the Areas of AC
120V (USA) and AC 220 — 240V, and
therefore, this procedure is not necessary.
(3) Firmly insert the power plug into
the socket outlet.
Insert the opposite side of Power
Cord plug to the AC Unit's
connector ("INLET").
| @ Perform wiring for the Power Cord
and Earth Wire. Install protective
covering for the Power Cord and
Earth Wire.
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FIG.6.3d HOW TO USE THE CORD CLAMP
Connect the Earth Wire
to the Earth Terminal.
FIG. 6.3b Earth Wire Connection
Wiring Cover
FIG. 6.3c Connecting Power Cord and Earth Wire
‘In case the Power Plug is apt to come out of place, secure the
Power Cord to the periphery of the AC Unit with the Cord
Clamp (an accessory).
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4 TURNING POWER ON
Turn the Main SW of AC Unit ON to turn power ON for the 3 Monitors first. Approximately
15 seconds afterwards, the power is on for the rest other than the monitors, the Fluorescent
Lamp lights up and then several seconds later, images are outputted on the monitors. After a
while, the ADVERTISE mode appears. In this product, once the power is turned off, the data of
inserted coins less than one credit and BONUS ADDER is cleared. |
D | ASSEMBLING CHECK
In the test mode, perform the following test:
(1) MEMORY TEST
RAM TEST
1029 GOOD
1035 GOOD
IC16 GOOD 1IC18 GOOD
[C20 GOOD 1C22 GOOD
ICO9 GOOD ¡CIO GOOD
IC11 GOOD 1C12 GOOD
PRESS TEST BUTTON TO EXIT
ROM BOARD TEST
[AIRLINE PILOTS IN XXXX]
NO. TYPE RESULT BYTE WORD
1022 32M -——— XXX XXXX
ICT 64M GOOD XX XX
[C2 64M GOOD XXXX XXXX
IC3 64M GOOD XXXX XXXX
IC4 64M GOOD XX XXX
IC5 64M GOOD XXXX XXXX
ICG 64M GOOD XXXX XXXX
IC7 64M GOOD XXXX XXXX
IC8 64M GOOD XX XX
IC9 64M GOOD XXXX XXXX
IC10 64M GOOD XXXX XXXX
1С11 64М GOOD XXXX XXXX
PRESS TEST BUTTON TO EXIT
In the TEST MODE, ascertain that the assembly has been made correctly and IC BD. 18
satisfactory (refer to Section 9). |
Selecting the RAM TEST and ROM 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.
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(2) C.R.T. TEST
In the TEST mode menu, selecting C.R.T. TEST allows the screen (on which the monitor is
tested) to be displayed. Although the monitor adjustments have been made at the time of
shipment from the factory, color deviation, etc., may occur due to the effect caused by geomag-
netism, 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 monitor by referring to Section 14.
Use the DEMAG SW to remove color deviation due to magnetization. !
In the C.R.T. test of SYSTEM TEST mode, adjust color and screen size. |
In the C.R.T. test of GAME TEST mode, adjust monitor brightness. |
SYSTEM TEST mode |
C.R.T. TEST 1/2 C.R.T. TEST 2/2 ;
1 32 |
RED
GREEN :
BLUE !
|
WHITE |
PRESS TEST BUTTON TO CONTINUE | PRESS TEST BUTTON TO EXIT |
GAME TEST mode :
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(3) INPUT TEST
INPUT TEST
Selecting the INPUT TEST on the game test
LANDING GEAR SWITCH UP mode menu screen causes the screen (on
FLAP SWITCH UP which each switch and V.R. are tested) to be
VIEW CHANGE BUTTON OFF disolaved. P h switch. If the displ
START BUTTON OFF 1Sp ayed. 1655 cac switc . де 1sptay
SERVICE | OFF beside each switch indicates "ON," the
TEST OFF switch and wiring connections are
CONTROL WHEEL (ELEVATOR) ABH
RUDDER PEDAL ABH
THRUST LEVER L ABH
THRUST LEVER R ABH
PRESS TEST AND SERVICE BUTTON TO EXIT
(4) OUTPUT TEST
OUTPUT TEST
Select OUTPUT TEST from the menu in the
START BUTTON LAMP OFF game test mode to cause the screen
AND | Ne CER DOWN ME Up SEE (on which each lamp is tested) to appear.
FLAP UP LAMP OFF Ensure that each lamp lights up
FLAP DOWN LAMP OFF satisfactorily.
VIEW CHANGE BUTTON LAMP OFF
WARNING LAMP OFF
COCKPIT WARNING LED OFF
HEAD&S IDE PANEL. LAMP OFF
BASS SHAKER OFF
—> EXIT |
SELECT WITH SERVICE BUTTON
AND PRESS TEST BUTTON
(5) SOUND TEST
SOUND TEST In the TEST mode, selecting SOUND TEST
causes the screen (on which sound related
BD and wiring connections are tested) to be
displayed.
Check if the sound is satisfactorily emitted
from each speaker and the sound volume is
appropriate.
No. O
SELECT WITH SERVICE BUTTON
PRESS TEST BUTTON TO EXIT
Perform the above inspections also at the time of monthly inspection.
7. PRECAUTIONS TO BE HEEDED WHEN MOVING THE MACHINE
A
WARNING!
IMPORTANT!
When moving the machine, be sure to unplug the power plug. Moving
the machine with the plug as is inserted can damage the power cord
and cause fire and electric shock hazards.
When moving the machine on the floor, retract the 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 electric shock and
short circuit hazards. | |
When lifting the cabinet, be sure to hold the grip portions or bottom
part. 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. |
In the case the cabinet is separated into the front and rear portions, do
not push the upper rear part of the front cabinet. Failure to observe
this causes the front cabinet to fall down towards the monitor side and
result in accidents and injury to persons. When moving the front
cabinet in the above case, be sure to push it from side directions and
move it by 2 or more persons for safety.
When transporting the product in places with steps, disassemble into each
unit before transporting. Inclining the product in an as is assembled
condition or placing the cabinet in places with steps can damage the unit's
joining portions.
In the case the cabinet is
separated into the front
and rear portions, do not
push the upper rear part of
the front cabinet.
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Have casters make contact with the floor.
FIG.7b -
When transporting the product in
places with steps or step-like ~~
differences in grade, disassemble
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8. CONTENTS OF GAME
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.
bo SEGA LOGO TITLE GAME MODE a
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Returns to the beginning.
€ From GAME START up to the end of SELECT.
Insert a credit worth number of coins.
Up to 9 credits can be counted at a time. Coins inserted after counting 9 credits are neither
counted as credits nor returned. However, those coins inserted after counting 9 credits are
included in the data display or Coin Meter as number of coins inserted. |
WARNING LAMP
HEAD PANEL LAMP
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— F= CONTROL WHEEL
WARNING LED |
sd RUDDER PEDAL
pe VIEW CHANGE BUTTON
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START BUTTON
UP LAMP
SIDE PANEL LAMP (GREEN)
THRUST LEVER L/R
Press the START button to start.
When the GAME MODE select i -
screen appears, select TRAINING
mode or FLIGHT mode.
- Incline the CONTROL
WHEEL left or right to select
and press the START button to
confirm the selection (hereafter,
this method applies to any
selection).
< In the case TRAINING MODE is selected: > 8
* When the CONTROL SYS- |
TEM select screen appears, |
select AUTO CONTROL or | |
FULL CONTROL. |
- In the AUTO CONTROL, only
the CONTROL WHEEL and -
the RUDDER PEDAL are |
operated by the player. The
FLAP SW, LANDING GEAR " k |
SW, and THRUST LEVER are ¡“o s
automatically controlled. = 4 в |
- In the FULL CONTROL, all
Controllers are operated by the | |
player.
* In the FULL CONTROL, the TRAINING mode game starts after setting Control Switches in |
accordance with the on-screen instruction. |
- In the AUTO CONTROL, Control Switches need not be set. The TRAINING MODE game
starts immediately.
1
< In the case FLIGHT MODE is selected: >
+ The FLIGHT COURSE select
mode appears on the screen.
Select one from among
BEGINNER, INTERMEDIATE,
and EXPERT.
- The specific flight course of
BEGINNER, INTERMEDIATE,
and EXPERT corresponds to flight
in the daytime, evening, and
nighttime respectively.
+ When the CONTROL SYSTEM
select screen appears, select the
CONTROL SYSTEM in the
similar manner as in the
TRAINING MODE.
$ HOW TO PLAY IN THE TRAINING MODE
* This mode has 5 Training items, i. e., taking-off, turning, landing, evading engine trouble,
and bad weather.
+ The qualifying score is predetermined for each training item. If the qualifying score is
cleared, the player can proceed to the next training item. If the player is disqualified,
CONTINUE? appears on the screen.
* CONTINUE? appears on the screen also when nearing the end of flight time limit, deviating
from the course, and crashing.
- When CONTINUed, the game starts from the beginning of that particular traming.
When all of the training items are cleared, the total score will be displayed and the game is
finished.
€ HOW TO PLAY IN THE FLIGHT MODE
- Take off from the airport and freely fly over Tokyo within the time limit.
- Passing near the Time Marker floating in the air increases the time limit.
- When nearing the time limit, select FLIGHT to continue flight for the remaining time, or
LANDING.
+ Select FLIGHT to continue up to the end of time limit. When time is up, CONTINUE?
appears on the screen. If CONTINUed, flight can be continued again.
* When the LANDING MODE is selected, the on-screen scene changes to the LANDING
course. If landing is successful, the game is finished. Failing to make a landing results in a
game over.
9. EXPLANATION OF TEST AND DATA DISPLAY
By operating the switch unit, periodically perform the tests and data check. When installing the
machine initially or collecting cash, or when the machine does not function correctly, perform
checking in accordance with the explanations given in this section.
The following shows tests and modes that should be utilized as applicable.
NAOMI GAME BOARD is used for the product. The system of this game board allows
another game to be played by replacing the ROM Board Case mounted on the NAOMI CASE.
As such, the Test Mode of this system consists of the System Test Mode for the system to —
execute SELF-TEST, COIN ASSIGNMENTS, etc. used in common for the machines
employing the NAOMI BOARD, and the Game Test Mode for the specific product to execute
Input/Output test for the operation equipment, difficulty setting, etc.
TABLE9 EXPLANATION OF TEST MODE
ITEMS DESCRIPTION SECTIONS E
INSTALLATION When the machine is installed, perform the following: 9—2
OF MACHINE 1. Check to ensure each is the standard setting at shipment. 9—3F
2. Check each Input equipment in the INPUT TEST mode. 9—3B
3. Check each Output equipment in the OUTPUT TEST mode. | 9—3C
4. Test on-IC-Board IC's in the SELF-TEST mode. 9-20
MEMORY This test is automatically executed by selecting RAM TEST, or 9—20),9—200
- | ROM BOARD TEST in the Menu mode.
PERIODIC Periodically perform the following: -
SERVICING 1. MEMORY TEST | | 9-20, 9-200
— | 2. Ascertain each setting. 9—3F
3. To test each Input equipment in the INPUT TEST mode. 9—3B
4. To test each Output equipment in the OUTPUT TEST mode. | 9—3C
CONTROL - 1. To check each Input equipment in the INPUT TEST mode. 9-20)
SYSTEM 2. Adjust or replace each Input equipment. 9—3B, G
| 3. If the problem still remains unsolved, check each equipment's | 10, 11, 12
mechanism movements.
MONITOR In the Monitor Adjustment mode, check to see if Monitor 9—[email protected]), 9—3E
(Projector) adjustments are appropriate. 14
IC BOARD 1. MEMORY TEST 9-20, 9-200
2. In the SOUND TEST mode, check the sound related ROMs. | 9—3D
DATA CHECK Check such data as game play time and histogram to adjust the — | 9-27
difficulty level, etc. 9—3H
9—1 SWITCH UNIT AND COIN METER
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IMPORTANT!
Never touch places other than those specified. Touching places not
specified can cause electric shock and short circuit accidents.
O Adjust to the optimum sound volume by considering the environmental
requirements of the installation location.
O if the COIN METER and the game board are electrically disconnected,
game play is not possible.
DEMAGNETIZER SWITCH
SWITCH UNIT
function of each SW 1s as follows
- Open the coin chute door, and the f ‘ N
switch unit shown will appear. The O
DEMAG, — il — pul ——— RIGHT
| SERVICE BUTTON
SPEAKER VOLUME a Eme em] O ©
SPEAKER VOLUME 3 | sI BUTTON
FIG. 9.1a SWITCH UNIT
SPEAKER VOLUME: Sound volume can be adjusted for the 2 Speakers.
SPEAKER
SPEAKER VOLUME: Adjusts the sound volume of WOOFER and the vibration of
WOOFER BASS SHAKER. |
TEST BUTTON: For the handling of the TEST BUTTON, refer to the following
TEST | pages.
SERVICE BUTTON: Gives credits without registering on the coin meter.
SERVICE
DEMAGNETIZER SWITCH: Eliminates the on-screen color unevenness due to magnetization
DEMAG. of CRT. First use this SW before performing the monitor $
color adjustment. Each monitor has this switch.
COIN METER
Open the Cashbox Door by using the key
to have the Coin Meter appear | COIN METER
underneath the Cashbox. | ^^
FIG.9.1b COIN METER
— 26 —
9—2 SYSTEM TEST MODE
IMPORTANTE
The contents of setting changes in SYSTEM ASSIGNMENTS, COIN
ASSIGNMENTS, and GAME TEST MODE are stored when the test mode
is EXITed. If the power is turned off before EXITing, the contents of
setting changes are ineffective. Be very careful of this point.
This test mode mainly allows the IC Board to be checked for accurate functioning, monitor
color to be adjusted as well as COIN ASSIGNMENTS and GAME ASSIGNMENTS to be
adjusted.
TEST ITEM SELECT
1) After turning power on, press the TEST button to have the following test item menu displayed.
Although the menu is displayed on all of the 3 monitors (front, left and right), perform work by
watching the front monitor only.
SYSTEM MENU
XXXX VERSION
RAM TEST
JVS TEST
SOUND TEST
C.R.T. TEST
SYSTEM ASSIGNMENTS
COIN ASSIGNMENTS
BOOKKEEPING
BACKUP DATA CLEAR
CLOCK SETTING
ROM BOARD TEST
GAME TEST MODE
[AIRLINE PILOTS IN XXXX]
—> EXIT
SELECT WITH SERVICE BUTTON
AND PRESS TEST BUTTON
2 ) Press the SERVICE button to move the arrow. Bring the arrow to the desired item and press the
TEST button.
3) Upon finishing the test, bring the arrow to EXIT and press the TEST button to return to the
Game mode.
(M) RAM TEST
This allows for checking the functioning of the RAM on the NAOMI Main BD.
"GOOD" is displayed for satisfactory RAMs, and "BAD" is indicated for irregular RAMs, if
any.
In this test, check the 3 monitors.
RAM TEST
[C29 GOOD
1C35 GOOD
1С16 GOOD 1C18 GOOD
1C20 GOOD 1C22 GOOD
1С09 GOOD ICTO GOOD
1C11 GOOD [C12 GOOD
PRESS TEST BUTTON TO EXIT
During test, "TESTING NOW" is displayed.
Press the TEST button to return to the menu mode.
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® SYSTEM ASSIGNMENTS
If the settings of CABINET TYPE and MONITOR TYPE are not suitable for
the connected game, Error Message is displayed after turning power on
IMPORTANT! and upon finishing the TEST mode, and in this case, game is not playable.
The setting of cabinet and board can be changed. Game related assignments such as game
difficulty, etc. are performed in @ GAME TEST MODE.
1) Press the SERVICE button to move the arrow. Bring the arrow to the desired item.
2 ) Press the TEST button to change the setting.
3) Upon finishing the setting; move the arrow to EXIT and press the TEST button.
SYSTEM ASSIGNMENTS
CABINET TYPE 1PLAYER(S) (A)
ADVERTISE SOUND ON (B)
MONITOR TYPE HORIZONTAL (C)
—> EXIT
SELECT WITH SERVICE BUTTON
AND PRESS TEST BUTTON
(A) CABINET TYPE (1 PLAYER(S). 2PLAYER(S). 3PLAYER(S). 4PLAYER(S))
Fix setting to 1 PLAYER(S). |
(B) ADVERTISE SOUND (ON. OFF) | |
Sets whether ADVERTISE sound is to be emitted or not. Normally, set to ON.
(C) MONITOR TYPE (HORIZONTAL. VERTICAL)
Fix setting to HORIZONTAL.
® COIN ASSIGNMENTS
In this mode, the setting of incremental credit increase as against coin insertion can be changed.
— 1) Press the SERVICE button to move the arrow. Bring the arrow to the desired item.
2 ) Press the TEST button to change the setting.
3) Upon finishing the setting, bring the arrow to EXIT and press the TEST button.
COIN ASSIGNMENTS
COIN CHUTE TYPE COMMON (A)
COIN/CREDIT SETTING #1 (B)
COIN CHUTE #1
1 COIN 1 CREDIT
COIN CHUTE #2
1 COIN 1 CREDIT
MANUAL SETTING (C)
SEQUENCE SETTING (G)
—>EXIT
SELECT WITH SERVICE BUTTON
AND PRESS TEST BUTTON
(A) COIN CHUTE TYPE (COMMON, INDIVIDUAL)
Set to COMMON.
Up to 2 Coin Chutes (#1 and #2) can be used and also, (B) COIN/CREDIT SETTING ratio can
be set separately for #1 and #2.
(B) COIN/CREDIT SETTING (#1 ~#27)
Sets the credit increase increment per coin insertion. There are 27 settings from #1 to #27,
expressed in OQ credit(s) as against OQ coins inserted. #27 refers to FREE PLAY.
For details, refer to Table 1 (COMMON).
(C) MANUAL SETTING
The Credit's incremental increase settings as against a coin insertion are shown in further details
than in (B) above (refer to Table 3). Also, note that when this MANUAL SETTING is
performed, (B) COIN CREDIT setting becomes ineffective.
MANUAL SETTING
COIN ASSIGNMENTS
MANUAL SETTING
COIN TO CREDIT 1 | (D)
BONUS ADDER ‚NO BONUS ADDER (E)
COIN CHUTE #1 MULTIPLIER (F)
1 COIN COUNT AS 1 COIN
COIN 1234567839
CREDIT 1234567839
COIN CHUTE #2 MULTIPLIER (F)
1 COIN COUNT AS 1 COIN
COIN 123456789
CREDIT 123456789
SEQUENCE SETTING (6)
—>EXIT
SELECT WITH SERVICE BUTTON
AND PRESS TEST BUTTON
(D) COIN TO CREDIT
Determines COIN/CREDIT setting.
(E) BONUS ADDER | |
This sets how many coins should be inserted to obtain one SERVICE COIN.
(F) COIN CHUTE (#1 /# 2) MULTIPLIER
This sets how many tokens one coin represents.
Table 1: COIN/CREDIT SETTING (COIN CHUTE COMMON TYPE)
NAME OF SETTING | COIN CHUTE 1 COIN CHUTE 2
SETTING #1 1 COIN 1 CREDIT 1 COIN 1 CREDIT
SETTING #2 1 COIN 2 CREDITS 1 COIN 1 CREDIT
SETTING #3 1 COIN 3 CREDITS 1 COIN 1 CREDIT
SETTING #4 1 COIN 4 CREDITS 1 COIN 1 CREDIT
SETTING #5 1 COIN 5 CREDITS 1 COIN 1 CREDIT
SETTING #6 1 COIN 2 CREDITS 1 COIN 2 CREDITS
SETTING #7 1 COIN 5 CREDITS 1 COIN 2 CREDITS
SETTING #8 1 COIN 3 CREDITS 1 COIN 3 CREDITS
SETTING #9 1 COIN 4 CREDITS 1 COIN 4 CREDITS
SETTING #10 1 COIN 5 CREDITS 1 COIN 5 CREDITS
SETTING #11 1 COIN 6 CREDITS 1 COIN 6 CREDITS
SETTING #12 à COINS 1 CREDIT 2 COINS 1 CREDIT
SETTING #13 1 COIN 1 CREDIT 2 COINS 1 CREDIT
SETTING #14 1 COIN 2 CREDITS 2 COINS 1 CREDIT
SETTING #15 1 COIN 1 CREDIT 1 COIN 1 CREDIT
2 COINS 3 CREDITS 2 COINS - 3 CREDITS
SETTING #16 1 COIN 3 CREDITS 1 COIN 17 CREDIT
2 COINS 3 CREDITS
SETTING H17 3 COINS 1 CREDIT 3 COINS 1 CREDIT
SETTING #18 | 4 COINS 1 CREDIT A COINS 1 CREDIT
SETTING #19 1 COIN 1 CREDIT 1 COIN 1 CREDIT
2 COINS ‘2 CREDITS 2 COINS 2 CREDITS
3 COINS 3 CREDITS 3 COINS 3 CREDITS
4 COINS 5 CREDITS 4 COINS 5 CREDITS
SETTING #20 1 COIN 5 CREDITS 1 COIN 1 CREDIT
2 COINS 2 CREDITS
3 COINS 3 CREDITS
4 COINS 5 CREDITS
SETTING #21 5 COINS 1 CREDIT 5 COINS 1 CREDIT
SETTING #22 1 COIN 2 CREDITS 3 COINS 1 CREDIT
5 COINS 2 CREDITS
SETTING #23 2 COINS 1 CREDIT 2 COINS 1 CREDIT
| 4 COINS 2 CREDITS 4 COINS 2 CREDITS
5 COINS 3 CREDITS 5 COINS 3 CREDITS
SETTING #24 1 COIN 3 CREDITS 2 COINS 1 CREDIT
| | 4 COINS 2 CREDITS
5 COINS 3 CREDITS
SETTING #25 1 COIN 1 CREDIT 1 COIN 1 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
SETTING #26 1 COIN 6 CREDITS 1 COIN 1 CREDIT
2 COINS 2 CREDITS
3 COINS 3 CREDITS
4 COINS 4 CREDITS
5 COINS 6 CREDITS
SETTING #27 FREE PLAY FREE PLAY
~ Table 2: MANUAL SETTING
COIN TO CREDIT 1 COIN 1 CREDIT
| 2 COINS 1 CREDIT
3 COINS 1 CREDIT
4 COINS 1 CREDIT
о COINS 1 CREDIT
6 COINS 1 CREDIT
7 COINS 1 CREDIT
8 COINS 1 CREDIT
9 COINS 1 CREDIT
BONUS ADDER NO BONUS ADDER
4 COINS GIVE 1 EXTRA COIN
3 COINS GIVE 1 EXTRA COIN
4 COINS GIVE 1 EXTRA COIN
5 COINS GIVE 1 EXTRA COIN
6 COINS GIVE 1 EXTRA COIN
7 COINS GIVE 1 EXTRA COIN
38 COINS GIVE 1 EXTRA COIN
9 COINS GIVE 1 EXTRA COIN
COIN CHUTE (#1/#2) 1 COIN COUNTS AS 1 COIN
MULTIPLIER 1 COIN COUNTS AS 2 COINS
1 COIN COUNTS AS 3 COINS
1 COIN COUNTS AS 4 - COINS
1 COIN COUNTS AS 5 COINS
1 COIN COUNTS AS 6 COINS
1 COIN COUNTS AS 7 COINS
1 COIN COUNTS AS 8 COINS
1 COIN COUNTS AS 9 COINS
(G) SEQUENCE SETTING
Number of credits required for starting game, etc. can be set.
Function varies depending on the specific games. To find out what kind of functions are
allotted to each sequence, or what is the initial value for each sequence, refer to the Instruction
Manual of the game connected. Each sequence can be set between 1 ~ 5 credit(s).
COIN ASSIGNMENTS
SEQUENCE SETTING
SEQUENCE 1 1 CREDIT(S)
SEQUENCE 2 1 CREDIT(S)
SEQUENCE 3 1 CREDIT(S)
SEQUENCE 4 1 CREDIT(S)
SEQUENCE 5 1 CREDIT(S)
SEQUENCE 6 1 CREDIT(S)
SEQUENCE 7 1 CREDIT(S)
SEQUENCE 8 1 CREDIT(S)
—> EXIT
[AIRLINE PILOTS IN XXXX]
DESCRIPTION OF SEQUENCE
CREDIT TO START
CREDIT TO CONTINUE
NO USE
NO USE
NO USE
NO USE
NO USE
NO USE
00 NO) O1 — ON —
SELECT WITH SERVICE BUTTON
AND PRESS TEST BUTTON
(EXAMPLE)
In cases of video games such as AIRLINE PILOTS :
SEQUENCE 1 : Number of credits required for game start (initial value=2)
SEQUENCE 2 : Number of credits required for CONTINUE (initial value=1)
SEQUENCE 3-8: NOT USED.
@ BOOKKEEPING
*° BOOKKEEPING 1/2 |
This allows such data as operating time/No. of coins inserted/ No. of credits to be checked.
Perform work by watching the front monitor only.
. BOOKKEEPING 1/2
TOTAL TIME
OD OOH OOM 00S
CREDIT 0 (A)
COIN 1 (B)
COIN 2
COIN 3 4
OO
TOTAL COIN
COIN CREDIT
SERVICE CREDIT
TOTAL CREDIT
OOOC
PRESS TEST BUTTON TO CONTINUE
(A) CREDIT 1,2(,3,4)
(B) COIN 1,2(,3,4)
Number of Display Items vary depending on the setting of CABINET TYPE in the SYSTEM
ASSIGNMENTS.
Press the TEST button to proceed to BOOKKEEPING 2/2.
* BOOKKEEPING 2/2
Each sequence displays the frequency of functioning. The contents of each sequence vary
depending on specific games. For the contents of each sequence, refer to the Instruction Manual
of the game connected.
Display Items vary depending on the setting of CABINET TYPE in the SYSTEM
ASSIGNMENTS.
Perform work by watching the front monitor only.
BOOKKEEPING 2/2
P1 SEQ 1
P1 SEQ 2
P1 SEQ 3
P1 SEQ 4
P1 SEQ 5
P1 SEQ 6
P1 SEQ 7
P1 SEQ 8
OOOOOOOO
PRESS TEST BUTTON TO EXIT
(EXAMPLE) In cases of video games such as ZOMBIE ZONE, etc. :
P1(P2) SEQ 1 : Frequency of Game Start by the player. |
P1(P2) SEQ 2 : Frequency of CONTINUE by Player (Player 2)
P1(P2) SEQ 3 - 8: NOT USED.
BACKUP DATA CLEAR
Clears the contents of BOOKKEEPING (SYSTEM TEST MODE).
BACKUP DATA CLEAR
YES (CLEAR)
—> NO (CANCEL)
SELECT WITH SERVICE BUTTON
AND PRESS TEST BUTTON
When clearing, bring the arrow to YES by using the SERVICE button and press the TEST
button. Bring the arrow to NO and press the TEST button to have the menu mode return
without clearing the data. COMPLETED is displayed when clearing is completed. Press the
TEST button to return to the menu mode.
© CLOCK SETTING
Set YEAR, MONTH, DAY, HOUR, and MINUTE for NAOMI Main BD.
CLOCK SETTING
1998 12/02 14:30 33 WED
YEAR
MONTH
DAY
HOUR
MINUTE
-> EXIT
SELECT WITH SERVICE BUTTON
AND PRESS TEST BUTTON
Select the desired item with the SERVICE button and press the TEST button to increase the
value. Upon finishing the SETTING, bring the arrow to EXIT and press the TEST button to
return to the menu mode.
(0 ROM BOARD TEST
In this test, on-ROM-BD ROM check is executed. If GOOD is displayed, it is satisfactory. How-
ever, Program ROMs (1C22 or IC 1) do not display GOOD or BAD.
BYTE and WORD refers to the check sum of each unit.
ROM BOARD TEST
[AIRLINE PILOTS IN XXXX]
NO. TYPE RESULT BYTE WORD
1022 32M ——— XXX XX
ICT ©64M GOOD XXX XXX
IC2 64M GOOD XXXX XXXX
IC3 64M GOOD XXX XXX
1C4 64M GOOD -XXXX XXX
IC5 64M GOOD XXXX XXXX
IC6 64M GOOD -: XXXX XXXX
IC7 64M GOOD XXXX XXXX
ICS 64M GOOD XX XX
ICO 64M GOOD XXXX XXXX
ICIO 64M GOOD XXXX XXXX
1С11 64M GOOD XXX XX
PRESS TEST BUTTON TO EXIT
The number of ROMs depends on each game.
Press the TEST button to return to the menu mode.
9—3 GAME TEST MODE
A. MENU MODE
SYSTEM MENU AIRLINE PILOTS TEST MENU
RAM TEST INPUT TEST
JVS TEST OUTPUT TEST
SOUND TEST SOUND TEST
C.R.T. TEST C.R.T. TEST
GAME ASSIGNMENTS
VOLUME SETTING
SYSTEM ASSIGNMENTS
COIN ASSIGNMENTS
ВООККЕЕР | № BOOKKEEP ING
BACKUP DATA CLEAR BACKUP DATA CLEAR
CLOCK SETTING —> EXIT
ROM BOARD TEST
—> GAME TEST MODE
[>< > > Xx XX > XX XX XX]
EXIT
SELECT WITH SERVICE BUTTON SELECT WITH SERVICE BUTTON
AND AND PRESS TEST BUTTON
PRESS TEST BUTTON
SYSTEM TEST MODE MENU GAME TEST MODE MENU
FIG. 9.3a MENU MODE |
Press the TEST button to display the SYSTEM TEST MODE MENU.
By pressing the SERVICE button, move the arrow (->) to select the GAME TEST MODE.
Press the TEST button to enter GAME TEST MODE. The screen displays the GAME TEST
MODE MENU. |
By pressing the SERVICE button, move the arrow (->) to select the desired item . Press the
TEST button to execute the selected item.
Select EXIT and press the TEST button to exit from the GAME TEST MODE and return to the
SYSTEM TEST MODE MENU. Further, select EXIT and press the TEST button to finish
SYSTEM TEST MODE and return to the normal mode.
B. INPUT TEST
Selecting INPUT TEST displays the following and allows the status of each switch to be
checked and the Volume value of each operative unit to be observed. In this mode, periodically
check the status of each switch and Volume.
INPUT TEST
LANDING GEAR SWITCH
FLAP SWITCH
VIEW CHANGE BUTTON
START BUTTON
SERVICE
TEST
CONTROL WHEEL. (AILERON)
CONTROL WHEEL (ELEVATOR)
RUDDER PEDAL.
THRUST LEVER L
THRUST LEVER R
PRESS TEST AND SERVICE BUTTON
UP
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
ABH
ABH
ABH
ABH
TO EXIT
- By pressing each switch, 1f the display on
FIG.9.3b INPUT TEST
the right-hand side of the name of each
switch changes to ON from OFF, the SW
and the wiring connections are
satisfactory. UP and DOWN are
displayed for LANDING GEAR
SWITCH and FLAP SWITCH.
- Operate CONTROL WHEEL, THRUST
LEVER, etc. to check Volume value
display variation. If the variation is not
satisfactorily consistent with operation,
refer to Sections 10, 11, and 12.
- To check the Coin SW of "COIN CHUTE", open the Coin Chute Door and insert a coin into the
Coin Inlet.
- Simultaneously pressing the Service button and the Test button returns the Test Menu on the
screen.
C. OUTPUT TEST
Selecting OUTPUT TEST displays the following on the monitor and allows the status of Lamp
to be checked. In this mode, periodically check the lamp status. |
OUTPUT TEST
START BUTTON LAMP
LANDING GEAR UP LAMP
LANDING GEAR DOWN LAMP
FLAP UP LAMP
FLAP DOWN LAMP
VIEW CHANGE BUTTON LAMP
WARNING LAMP
COCKPIT WARNING LED
HEAD&SIDE PANEL LAMP
BASS SHAKER
— EXIT
AND PRESS TEST BUTTON
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
SELECT WITH SERVICE BUTTON
FIG.9.3c OUTPUT TEST
* Select the item with the SERVICE button
and press the TEST button to alternate
the display to and from ON and OFF.
Outputting is to correspond to the ON/
OFF alternation. |
- When exiting from OUTPUT TEST with
ON display, all of ON displays change to
OFF,
- Bring the arrow to EXIT and press the
TEST BUTTON to return to the menu
mode.
D. SOUND TESTS | |
Selecting SOUND TEST displays the following and allows sounds used in game to be checked,
Press the SERVICE button to increase the :
number sequentially so as to emit the next
| sound. Press the TEST button to return to |
TEST MENU. | В
SOUND TEST
No. O
SELECT WITH SERVICE BUTTON
PRESS TEST BUTTON TO EXIT
FIG. 9.3d SOUND TEST | |
E. C.R.T. TEST ;
Selecting C.R.T. test causes the monitor to display the following and allows the 3 screens
(displayed simultaneously) to adjust brightness balance. ;
C.R.T. TEST
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— 42 — В
F. GAME ASSIGNMENTS
When GAME ASSIGNMENTS are selected, the following appears on the monitor and Game
Difficulty, etc. can be set. The setting change is not renewed until the TEST mode is exited.
After setting change, be sure to exit from the TEST mode.
GAME ASS | GNMENTS
GAME DIFFICULTY (TRAINING)
NORMAL
GAME DIFFICULTY (FLIGHT)
NORMAL
—> EXIT
SELECT WITH SERVICE BUTTON
AND PRESS TEST BUTTON
FIG. 9.3f GAME ASSIGNMENTS
O GAME DIFFICULTY (TRAINING)
Sets the game difficulty for the TRAINING Mode.
Game difficulty can be set from among the 5 categories, i. e., VERY EASY, MEDIUM
EASY, NORMAL, MEDIUM HARD, and VERY HARD. Specifically, this varies the
qualifying points.
O GAME DIFFICULTY (FLIGHT)
Sets the game difficulty for the FLIGHT Mode. _
Game difficulty can be set from among the 5 categories, i. e., VERY EASY, MEDIUM
EASY, NORMAL, MEDIUM HARD, and VERY HARD.
Specifically, this varies the initial time for each course in the FLIGHT MODE.
Bring the arrow to EXIT and press the TEST BUTTON to return to the menu mode.
G. VOLUME SETTING
Selecting VOLUME SETTING causes the following to be displayed on the monitor and allows
each Control Unit's Volume to be set.
If operability is unsatisfactory, or when adjusting or replacing the Volume, set the Volume in
this mode.
VOLUME SETTING
| MIN MAX NUE
CONTROL. WHEEL (AILERON) 50H 80H BFH
(20H) (DFH) (BOH)
CONTROL WHEEL (ELEVATOR) 50H 80H BFH
(20H) (DFH) (Вон)
RUDDER PEDAL 50H 80H BFH
(20H) (DFH) (BOH)
THRUST LEVER L 50H 80H
| (20H) (DFH)
THRUST LEVER R 50H 80H
(20H) (DFH)
EXIT WITH SAVE
—> EXIT WITHOUT SAVE
SELECT WITH SERVICE BUTTON
AND PRESS TEST BUTTON
FIG. 9.3 g VOLUME SETTING
METHOD OF VOLUME SETTING
To perform Volume setting, move all Volumes from the minimum value to the maximum value
and select "EXIT WITH SAVE" in the status the CONTROL WHEEL and RUDDER PEDAL
are returned to the horizontal (neutral) position.
If "EXIT WITHOUT SAVE" is selected, the setting is cancelled.
The values in parentheses have already been saved.
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H. BOOKKEEPING
Selecting BOOKKEEPING allows the data of operating status m 2 pages.
Each time the TEST button is pressed, the ensuing page appears. Pressing the TEST button
while the second page is displayed causes the Menu mode to return on the screen.
BOOKKEEP I NG 1/2 O TOTAL TIME:
TOTAL TIME OD OH OM OS Refers to TOTAL TIME energized
PLAY TIME : OD OH OM OS except for the time used for the TEST
AVERAGE PLAY TIME OD OH OM OS Mode
LONGEST PLAY TIME OD OH OM OS '
SHORTEST PLAY TIME OD OH OM OS
| O PLAY TIME:
Refers to the game play time.
PRESS TEST BUTTON TO CONTINUE
FIG.9.3ha BOOKKEEPING (1/2)
BOOKKEEP ING 2/2
TIME HISTOGRAM In Page 2/2, Histogram of Number of Play
as against Play Time is displayed. For
setting the DIFFICULTY, refer to this
histogram. |
OMOOS -— OM29S
OM30S — OM59S
1M00S — 1M295
-. 1M30S - 1M595
2M00S — 2M29S
2M30S — 2M59S
3M00S — 3M29S
3M30S — 3M59S
4M00S — 4М295
4M30S — 4M59S
5M00S — 5M29S
5M30S — 5M59S
6M00S — 6M29S
6M305 — 6M59S
7M00S — 7M29S
7M30S — 7M59S
8M00S — 8М295
BM30S — 8M59S
9M00S — 9M29S
9M30S — 9M59S
OVER 10MOOS
GCOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOCOOOOC
PRESS TEST BUTTON TO EXIT
FIG.9.3hb BOOKKEEPING (2/2)
By-playtime play frequency bookkeeping is displayed in increments of 30 seconds from OMOOS
to 9M59S. Playtime in excess of 10 minutes is displayed all in the category of OVER 10 MOOS.
— 45 —
|. BACKUP DATA CLEAR
This allows the contents of BOOKKEEPING and the Ranking data to be cleared. Despite the
“clear” execution, the settings of GAME ASSIGNMENTS do not change. The remaining
credits, however, will be deleted and therefore, be very careful of this point.
BACKUP DATA CLEAR
YES (CLEAR)
—> NO (CANCEL)
SELECT WITH SERVICE BUTTON
AND PRESS TEST BUTTON
FIG. 9.31 BACKUP DATA CLEAR
When clearing, use the SERVICE BUTTON
to bring the arrow (>) to "YES (CLEAR)"
and press the TEST BUTTON. When the
data has been cleared, "COMPLETED" will
be displayed. Bring the arrow to "NO
(CANCEL)" and press the TEST BUTTON
to return to the Menu mode without clearing
the data.
10. CONTROL MECHANISM
First, be sure to turn power off before performing work. Failure to
observe this can cause electric shock and short circuit accidents.
Use care so as not to damage wirings. Damaged wiring can cause
electric shock and short circuit hazards.
Do not touch undesignated places. Touching places not designated
can cause electric shock and short circuit hazards. |
This work should be performed by the Location's Maintenance Man or
Serviceman. Performing work by non-technical personnel can cause
electric shock.
WARNING!
In the TEST mode, if the value movements of CONTROL WHEEL are irregular, adjust or
replace the Volume in the following procedure:
10 —1 TAKING OUT THE CONTROL MECHANISM YOKE COVER
(D Turn power off.
(2) Take out the 4 screws and remove
the YOKE COVER from the
CONTROL WHEEL.
TRUSS SCREW(4), chrome
M4 X10, flat washer used
PHOTO 10. 1 a
(8) Remove the Hexagon Socket Bolt
and Spacer Ring to pull out the SPACER RING
CONTROL WHEEL.
HEXAGON SOCKET BOLT
M8X20, spring washer used.
FIG. 10. 1
Take out the 6 screws and TRUSS SCREW(2), black | |
remove the Control Panel M4 X10, flat washer used. |
| Cover. |
PHOTO 10.1b |
‘TRUSS SCREW(4), black |
M4 Xx 10, flat washer used. | .
(© Remove the LED PANEL by referring to 10-5 REPLACING THE LED BOARD. |
© Take out 6 bolts and 2 screws and pull out the Control Mechanism. |
HEXAGON BOLT (2), black Ш [
M8X 20, w/spring washer, flat washer used.
HEXAGON BOLT(2), black, both sides |
M8 X20, w/spring washer,
flat washer used.
TAMPERPROOF SCREW(2), black
M8 X30,w/spring washer, flat washer used.
PHOTO 10.1 c
10 — 2 ADJUSTING THE VOLUME
Never touch undesignated portions. Failure to observe this can cause
electric shock and short circuit accidents.
WARNING!
(D The Volume Brackets can be
moved by loosening 2 screws from CONTROL MECHANISM CONTROL
each Bracket. WHEEL
«em CABINET side — side
|
7\
— _ VOLUME (STROKE)
(2) Move the Volume Brackets to
disengage the Adjust Gear mesh,
and move the Volume Shaft in the
manner so that the cut portion of
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VOLUME BRACKET
VOLUME BRACKET
SCREW(2), black
M4X10,w/flat & spring washers.
SCREW (2), black
M4 X10, w/flat & spring washers.
FIG. 10. 2
© Engage Gears and fasten the 2 screws.
@ Carefully move the CONTROL WHEEL left/right & forward/backward, and check to ensure
that the Volume range is not exceeded.
(© Upon completion of adjustment, be sure to perform Volume setting in the TEST mode.
10 —3 REPLACING THE VOLUME
/N First, be sure to turn power off before performing work. Failure to observe
WARNING! this can cause electric shock and short circuit accidents.
(D Remove the Volume Gear from the Volume to replace the Volume.
(2) After replacement, make adjustment in accordance with the procedure of 10-2 ADJUSTING
THE VOLUME. |
— 49 —
10 — 4 GREASING
A
WARNING!
©
IMPORTANT!
First, be sure to turn power off before performing work. Failure to observe
this can cause electric shock and short circuit accidents.
O Be sure to use the designated grease. Using undesignated grease
can cause parts damage.
@ Do not apply greasing to undesignated places. Failure to observe this
can cause malfunctioning or quality deterioration of parts.
Apply greasing to the following portions once every three (3) months.
For Spray Grease, use NOK GLUBER L60 or GREASE MATE (PART No. 090-0066).
For greasing for the backside of Centering Mechanism, take out the 4 Hexagon Socket Bolts and
remove the Centering Base.
CENTERING BASE
GEAR MESH PORTION
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FIG. 10.4b BACKSIDE OF CENTERING MECHANISM
10 —5 REPLACING THE LED BOARD
First, be sure to turn power off before performing work. Failure to
observe this can cause electric shock and short circuit accidents.
WARNING! Do not touch undesignated places. Touching places not designated
can cause electric shock and short circuit hazards.
Take out the Control Panel Cover in SCREW (2), black
accordance with 10-1 ())—(4), and M4 X16,w/flat € spring washers | |
remove the 2 screws from the LED
Panel.
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3
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LED PANEL
| | PHOTO 10. 5 a
(2) Take out 3 screws, remove LED BOARD from LED PANEL, and replace the LED BOARD.
SCREW(3), black _ . |
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11. LEVER UNIT
O First, be sure to turn power off before performing work. Failure to
observe this can cause electric shock and short circuit accidents.
O Use care so as not to damage wirings. Damaged wiring can cause
electric shock and short circuit hazards.
@ Do not touch undesignated places. Touching places not designated
e
WARNING!
can cause electric shock and short circuit hazards.
This work should be performed by the Location's Maintenance Man or
Serviceman. Performing work by non-technical personnel can cause
- electric shock. | |
If the value movements of the Lever are irregular, adjust or replace the Volume in the following
procedure:
TRUSS SCREW(4), black
TRUSS SCREW(6), black M4 x 16 |
M4 X16, flat washer used
11 — 1 LOCATING THE VOLUME
D Take out the 4 truss
screws, disconnect the
connector and Earth
Wire connected, and
remove the Switch
SWITCH PLATE
Plate.
@) Take out 13 screws J
7-0
and remove Console ,
Plate and Console
Cover. TRUSS SCREW(7), black
| M4 X16, flat washer used
CONSOLE PLATE
CONSOLE COVER
LEVER UNIT | и
HEXAGON BOLT (4), black (® Disconnect the Connector connected to the
Lever Unit , take out 4 Hexagon Bolts and
M8 X25, w/spring washer, \ )
remove Lever Unit.
flat washer used.
PHOTO 11.1 — 52 —
11 —=2 ADJUSTING THE VOLUME
/N Do not touch undesignated places. Touching places not designated can
WARNING cause electric shock and short circuit hazards.
(D The Volume Brackets can be moved by loosening the 2 screws securing each.
(2 By moving the Volume Bracket, disengage ADJUST GEAR mesh. Move the Volume Shaft in
the manner so that the cut portion of the Volume Shaft faces opposite the center of ADJUST
GEAR. |
(3) Mesh gears and fasten the 2 screws.
ADJUST GEAR
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VOLUME BRACKET
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77
SCREW(2)-
M4 X10,w/flat & spring washers
FIG. 11. 2
@ Carefully move the Lever forward & backward, and check to ensure that the Volume range is
not exceeded.
© After making adjustments, be sure to perform Volume setting in the TEST mode.
11 —3 REPLACING THE VOLUME
/N First, be sure to turn power off before performing work. Failure to observe
this can cause electric shock and short circuit accidents.
WARNING!
(D Remove the Volume Gear from the Volume to replace the Volume.
@ After replacing the Volume, make adjustment as per the procedure of 11-2 ADJUSTING THE
VOLUME.
11—4 GREASING
/N First, be sure to turn power off before performing work. Failure to observe
WARNING!
this can cause electric shock and short circuit accidents.
| O Be sure to use the designated grease. Using undesignated grease
| can cause parts damage. | |
IMPORTANT! O Do not apply greasing to undesignated places. Failure to observe this
can cause malfunctioning or quality deterioration of parts.
Apply greasing to the following portions once every three (3) months.
For Spray Grease, use NOK GLUBER 1.60 or GREASE MATE (PART No. 090-0066).
GEAR MESH PORTION
FIG. 11.4
11 —5 REPLACING THE SWITCH LEVER
O First, be sure to turn power off before performing work. Failure to
observe this can cause electric shock and short circuit accidents.
WARNING! || @ Use care so as not to damage wirings. Damaged wiring can cause
electric shock and short circuit.
Take out 4 screws and remove
Switch Plate. At this time, be Ue 4), black
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careful so as not to damage
wiring.
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SWITCH PLATE
PHOTO 11.4 a | '
Take out 2 Flange Nuts (M3), remove and replace Switch Lever.
SWITCH LEVER
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a PHOTO 11. 4b
12. PEDAL UNIT
/N |*
WARNING! || ©
©
o
First, be sure to turn power off before performing work. Failure to
observe this can cause electric shock and short circuit accidents.
Use care so as not to damage wirings. Damaged wiring can cause
electric shock and short circuit.
Do not touch undesignated places. Touching places not designated
can cause electric shock and short circuit.
This work should be performed by the Location's Maintenance Man or
Serviceman. Performing work by non-technical personnel can cause
electric shock.
In the TEST mode, if the value movements of CONTROL WHEEL are irregular, adjust or
replace the Volume in accordance with the following procedure:
12—1 ADJUSTING THE VOLUME
Take out the 4 screws and remove
the Pedal Mechanism Cover.
PEDAL MECHANISM COVER
TT TRUSS SCREW(4), black
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(2) Loosen the 2 screws securing each |
Volume Bracket and move the FIG. 12. 1
Volume Brackets.
(3) Move the Volume Bracket to
disengage gear mesh. Move the
Volume Shaft in the manner so
that the cut portion of the Volume
Shaft faces opposite the center of
ADJUST GEAR.
(4) Engage the gears and fasten the 2
SCrCWS.
VOLUME BRACKET
(5) Carefully move the Pedal forward
& backward and check to ensure
that the Volume range is not SCREW (2)
exceeded. — M4X10,w1filat € spring washers
(6) Upon completion of adjustment, be
sure to perform Volume setting in
PHOTO 12. 1
the TEST mode.
ADJUST GEAR - __ VOLUME
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12 —2 REPLACING THE VOLUME
First, be sure to turn power off before performing work. Failure to observe
this can cause electric shock and short circuit accidents.
/N
WARNING:
(1) Remove the Volume Gear from the Volume to replace the Volume.
O) After replacing the Volume, make adjustment as per the procedure of 12-1 ADJUSTING THE
VOLUME.
12-3 GREASING
— First, be sure to turn power off before performing work. Failure to observe
this can cause electric shock and short circuit accidents.
mn
O Be sure to use the designated grease. Using undesignated grease
can cause parts damage. |
IMPORTANT! O Do not apply greasing to undesignated places. Failure to observe this
- can cause malfunctioning or quality deterioration of parts. |
Apply greasing to the following portions once every three (3) months.
For Spray Grease, use NOK GLUBER L60 or GREASE MATE (PART No. 090-0066).
GEAR MESH PORTION
PHOTO 12. 3
13. COIN SELECTOR
HANDLING THE COIN JAM
If the coin is not rejected when the REJECT button is pressed, open the coin chute door and
open the selector gate. After removing the jammed coin, put a normal coin in and check to see
that the selector correctly functions. |
CLEANING THE COIN SELECTOR
Stop O Remove and clean smears by
| using a soft cloth dipped in water.
IMPORTANT! or diluted chemical detergent and
then squeezed dry.
O Never apply machine oil, etc. to
- the Coin Selector.
O After cleaning the Coin Selector,
insert a regular coin in the normal
working status and ensure that
the Selector correctly functions.
The coin selector should be cleaned once every
3 months. When cleaning, follow the procedure
below:
(D Turn the power for the machine OFF. Open the
coin chute door. |
(2) Open the gate and dust off by using a soft brush
(made of wool, etc.).
(8) Remove and clean smears by using a soft cloth
dipped in water or diluted chemical detergent é CRADLE
and then squeezed dry.
(4) Remove the CRADLE. | | FIG. 13 b
When removing the retaining ring
(E ring), be very careful so as not to bend the
rotary shaft.
® Remove stain from the rotary shaft and shaft
receiving portions by wiping off with a soft
cloth, etc. |
® After wiping off as per ©) above, further apply
a dry cloth, etc. to cause the coin selector to dry
completely. | |
Insert a coin
while keeping the
COIN INSERTION TEST | Reject Button
pressed down and
Once every month, when performing the check if it is
Coin SW Test, simultaneously check the rejected.
following: COIN METER
[_] Does the Coin Meter count satisfactorily?
[ | Does the coin drop into the Cashbox
correctly? |
[1 Is the coin rejected when inserted while
keeping the Reject Button pressed down?
14. MONITOR
14 —1 CAUTIONS AND WARNINGS CONCERNING THE SAFETY FOR HANDLING THE MONITORS
Before handling the monitors, be sure to read the following explanations and comply with the
caution/warning instructions given below. Note that the caution/warning symbol marks and
letters are used m the mstructions.
Indicates that handling the monitors Indicates that handling the monitors by
erroneously by disregarding this warning may disregarding this caution may cause a
cause a potentially hazardous situation, potentially hazardous situation, which could
which could result in death or serious injury. 0 AUTION! result in personal injury and or material
* damage.
Indicates that access to a specific part of the Indicates the instruction to disconnect a
equipment is forbidden. power connector or to unplug.
@ When performing such work as installing and removing the monitor, inserting and disconnecting
the external connectors to and from monitor interior and the monitor, be sure to disconnect the
‚power connector (plug) before starting the work. Proceeding the work without following this
instruction can cause electric shock or malfunctioning.
@ Using the monitor by converting it without obtaining a prior permission is not allowed. SEGA
shall not be liable for any malfunctioning a and accident caused by said conversion.
SECONDARY SIDE FBT Approx.
(Chassis, sheet metal work, CRT, etc.) E Disconnect or unplug 29 kV
o Primary side and Secondary side '
The monitor's circuit which is divided into the Primary side | SECONDARY SIDE
and Secondary side, is electrically isolated. Do not touch the (Chassis, CRT)
primary side, or do not touch both the primary side and the
secondary side simultaneously. Failing to observe the
instruction can cause electric shock and this is very
dangerous. When making monitor adjustments, use a non-
conductive driver and make adjustment without touching any
part other than the Adjustment V. R. and knob. Also, be sure
not to cause a short-circuit to the Primary side and Secondary
side. If short-circuited, it can cause electric shock or
malfunctioning, which is very dangerous.
O High-tension Voltage
Some of the parts inside monitor are subject to high-tension voltage in excess of 20,000 volts and
very dangerous. Therefore, do not touch the monitor interior. Should soldering paper wastes,
etc. be mixed in the monitor interior, turn the power off so as not to cause malfunctioning or fire
hazard.
PRIMARY
SIDE
(§) nove CAP PRIMARY SIDE DEMAGNETIZER __ REAR PART
ANODE LEAD | | MAIN BD ’
Approx, 29 kV
DEMAGNETIZER — ® FOCUS LEAD
COIL ; (black)
[>
~~ Approx. 10kV
/ | | 7 | NECK PCB
| Approx.
— a | \ 10 КУ
O Connecting the CRT and PCB
For combining the CRT and PCB, use the specified part No. to maintain the status of adjustments
made at the factory. The anode of the CRT itself will be accumulatively charged as time elapses,
generating high-tension voltage which is very dangerous. The monitor should be used with the
Chassis, CRT and PCB assembled. When repair, etc. is required at the time of malfunctioning,
be sure to send it in an “as is assembled" condition. If these are disassembled, what's charged to
said high tension voltage can be discharged, causing a very hazardous situation. Therefore, under
no circumstances should it be disassembled. |
CAUTION!
O Static Electricity
Touching the CRT surface sometimes causes you to slightly feel electricity. This is because the
CRT surfaces are subject to static and will not adversely affect the human body.
O Installation and removal
Ensure that the Magnetizer Coil, FBT (Fly-Back Transformer), Anode Lead and Focus Lead are
not positioned close to the sheet metal work's sharp edges, etc. and avoid damaging the insulated
portions so as not to cause electric shock and malfunctioning. (For the name of parts, refer to the
above Figures). |
For the purpose of static prevention, special coating is applied to the CRT
face of this product. To protect the coating, pay attention to the following
CAUTION! points. Damaging the coating film can cause electric shock to the
customers.
@ Do not apply or rub with 7
a hard item (a rod with - -
pointed edge, pen, etc.) VA | Oo
to or on the CRT LT e
surfaces.
Avoid applying stickers, — (== m0
seals, etc. on the CRT
face.
Aluminum Foil
Do not remove aluminum
foils from the CRT | |
corners. Removing the /
aluminum foils can cause |
static prevention effects &- SE ar
to be lowered. |
14 —2 CAUTIONS TO BE HEEDED WHEN CLEANING THE CRT SURFACES
A
CAUTION!
Static preventive coating is applied to the CRT surfaces. When cleaning,
pay attention to the following points. Peeling off of static preventive coat
can cause electric shock.
Remove smears by using a dry, soft cloth (flannels, etc.). Do not use a
coarse gauze, etc.
For smear removing solvent, alcohol (ethanol) is recommended.
When using chemical detergent, be sure to follow instructions below:
- Dilute chemical detergent with water and dip a soft cloth in and then
thoroughly wring it to wipe smears off.
- Do not use a chemical detergent containing an abradant, powder or
bleaching agent.
"Do not use alkaline chemical detergents such as "glass cleaner"
available on the market or solvents such as thinner, etc.
Do not rub or scratch the CRT face with hard items such as brushes,
scrub brush, etc.
Clean the CRT surfaces once a week. When cleaning, pay attention to the above caution so that
the antistatic coating will not come off.
14 —3 ADJUSTMENT METHOD
WARNING!
O Monitor adjustments have been made at the time of shipment.
Therefore, do not make further adjustment without a justifiable reason.
Adjusting the monitor which contains high tension parts is a dangerous
work. Also, an erroneous adjustment can cause deviated
synchronization and image fault, resulting in malfunctioning.
O When making adjustment, utilize a resinous Alignment Rod. Servicing
with bare hand or using conductive tools can cause electric shock.
Remove the 2 screws from the Monitor NOM
Board Lid on top of the monitor, and the | UP
Adjustment Board appears.
[O] [ollo]
Monitor Board Lid
PHOTO 14. 3
TRUSS SCREW(2), black.
M4 X10
For adjustment, use the Resinous Adjustment Rod.
FIG. 14.3
OPERATION
(1) Press the MODE button to display OSD. The right-hand end numeral indicates INPUT FRE-
QUENCY.
Example: 31 kHz Input
= EROS = о 5 3 Wd in
‘OSD Display
(2) Press the MODE button to select the adjustment item.
(Each time the MODE button is pressed, the OSD display shifts sequentially in order of
V-POSI — H-POSI — V-SIZE — H-SIZE — CONTRAST — BRIGHT |
— DEGAUSS — RESET — OSD display disappears.)
Press the DOWN button while pressing the MODE button to return the adjustment item to the
preceding one.
® Adjust with UP button and DOWN button.
@ To exit from OSD, keep pressing the MODE button until the OSD display disappears.
V-POSI |
The image’ s vertical position is adjustable. V-POSI H-POSI
H-POSI
The horizontal image' s position is
adjustable.
+ V-SIZE
The vertical image size is adjustable.
H-SIZE
The horizontal image size is adjustable.
CONTRAST
Adjusts image contrast.
BRIGHT
This adjusts the on-screen image brightness.
DEGAUSS Ш
Degaussing is performed. Once degaussed, it takes approximately 4 minutes and 30 seconds to
have degaussing function again. Wait until the lower OSD display indicates PLEASE.
RESET
Reset the on-screen setting status to the factory setting. (Press the UP button or DOWN button for
one second or longer.) Note that the factory setting status is predetermined and not changeable.
14 —4 CLEANING THE MONITOR GLASS.
FRONT MONITOR GLASS
D Take out a total of 6 screws, and remove each of Glass Holder Upper Center, Glass Holder
Upper Lower, and Glass Sash. |
GLASS HOLDER UPPER CENTER
AN
7
GLASS SASH
GLASS SASH
TRUSS SCREW(6 in total), black
M4 X16, flat washer used
GLASS HOLDER LOWER CENTER
FIG. 14.4
(2) Take out the Monitor Glass.
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COSO S
MONITOR GLASS A
PHOTO 14.4a
BOTH SIDE MONITOR GLASS MONITOR COVER
(D) Take out 9 screws and remove
Monitor Cover.
1
i
1
TRUSS SCREW(9 in total), chrome
M4 X10, flat washer used
PHOTO 14.4 b
(2) Take out 3 screws and remove MONITOR SIDE COVER
Monitor Side Cover.
TRUSS SCREW(3), black
M4 x 8
PHOTO 14.4c
SIDE COVER BRACKET
(3) Take out 2 screws, remove Side
Cover Bracket, and pull out
Monitor Glass.
1
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i
SCREW (2)
M4 X8,w/flat & spring washers
PHOTO 14. 4 d -
15. REPLACING THE FLUORESCENT LAMP, AND LAMPS
A
WARNING!
CAUTION!
O When performing work, be sure to turn power off. Working with power
on can cause electric shock and short circuit hazards.
O The Fluorescent Lamp, when it gets hot, can cause burn. Be very
careful when replacing the Fluorescent Lamp.
To perform work safely and securely, be sure to prepare a step which is in
a secure and stable condition. Performing work without using the step can
cause violent falling down accidents.
REPLACING FLUORESCENT LAMPS, ETC, INSIDE THE BILLBOARD.
BILLBOARD PLATE
Remove Billboard Plate by taking
out 4 screws, and replace
Fluorescent Lamps.
FLUORESCENT LAMP 15W
390-6603-15EX
O
FLUORESCENT LAMP, SLIM TYPE
390-6579-0440W
FIG. 15a | TRUSS SCREW(4), black
| M4 X16, flat washer used
PHOTO 15 a
When performing work, prepare a step.
Take out 2 screws to remove the
Lamp Lid from the side of
Billboard, and replace the Lamp.
LAMP 110V 30W
390-5167
LAMP LID
TRUSS SCREW(2), black
M4 X 10
FIG. 15 b >
REPLACING THE FLUORESCENT LAMP INSIDE THE CONSOLE
Remove the Console Plate by taking out 6 screws, and replace the Fluorescent Lamp.
TRUSS SCREW(6), black
M4 X16, flat washer used.
CONSOLE PLATE
a o E o
\ |
a \ s | o
FLUORESCENT LAMP, SLIM TYPE
390-6579-0440W
FIG. 15 c
PHOTO 15 b
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16. PERIODIC INSPECTION TABLE
The items listed below require periodic check and maintenance to retain the performance of this
machine and to ensure safe business operation.
O Be sure to check once a year to see if Power Cords are damaged, the
plug is securely inserted, dust is accumulated between the Socket
WARNING! Outlet and the Power Plug, etc. Using the product with dust as is
accumulated can cause fire and electric shock hazards.
O Periodically once a year, request the place of contact herein stated or
the Distributor, etc. where the product was purchased from, as regards
the internal cleaning. Using the product with dust as is accumulated in
the interior without cleaning can cause a fire or accident. Note that
cleaning the interior parts can be performed on a pay-basis.
TABLE 16
ITEMS DESCRIPTION PERIOD REFERENCE
CABINET Check Adjusters' contact with surface. | Daily 3
CONTROL MECHANISM Check VOLUME value. Monthly 9
LEVER UNIT Check SW. Monthly 9
Check VOLUME value. Monthly 9
GREASING Trimonthly 11
PEDAL UNIT Check VOLUME value. Monthly 9
COIN CHUTE DOOR Check COIN SWes. Monthly 9
Coin insertion test. Monthly 13
COIN SELECTOR cleaning. Trimonthly 13
MONITOR Cleaning CRT face | Weekly 14—2
Check adjustments. Monthly or when moving 6, 9, 14
SEAT Antistatic measures Bimonthly o
GAME BD MEMORY TEST. Monthly 9
Setting check
INTERIOR Cleaning Annually See above.
POWER PLUG Inspection and cieaning
Cabinet surfaces Cleaning As occasion arises. See below.
CLEANING THE CABINET SURFACES
If the Cabinet is badly stained, use a cloth which is dipped in the chemical detergent liquid
diluted with water and then squeezed dry. Do not use thinner, benzine, alcohol or chemical
dustcloth as they can damage the Cabinet surfaces.
17. TROUBLESHOOTING
In case a problem occurs, first check wiring connector connections.
O In order to prevent electric shock and short circuit, be sure to turn
power off before performing work.
WARNING! O Be careful so as not to damage wirings. Damaged wiring can cause
electric shock or short circuit.
O After removing the cause of the functioning of the Circuit Protector,
reinstate the Circuit Protector. Depending on the cause of the
functioning, using the Circuit Protector as is without removing the
cause can cause generation of heat and fire hazard.
TABLE 17 a
PROBLEMS | CAUSE COUNTERMEASURES
When the main The power is not ON. Firmly insert the plug mto the outlet.
SW is turned ON,
the machine 1s not
activated.
Incorrect power source/voltage.
AC UNIT CIRCUIT PROTECTOR
functioned due to instantaneous
overcurrent.
Make sure that the power supply/voltage are
correct.
First, remove the cause of overcurrent and
reinstate the circuit protector to its original
status.
The color of Affected by C. R. T. magnetization. Press the DEMAG. SW of SWITCH UNIT.
image on |
MONITOR screen | Incorrect monitor adjustment. Make appropriate adjustments.
is incorrect.
CIRCUIT PROTECTOR
CIRCUIT PROTECTOR
e
Functions due to the activation of
bimetal. To restore the function,
wait for approximately one minute
or longer until the bimetal cools
off. (Press the Button.)
TABLE 17 b
PROBLEMS
CAUSE
COUNTERMEASURES
Sound is not
Sound volume adjustment is not
Adjust the SWITCH UNIT's Speaker
emitted. correct. volume.
Malfunctioning BD. and Amp. Perform SOUND TEST.
No sound is Incorrect sound adjustment. Adjust Switch Unit's Woofer Volume.
emitted from
WOOFER and APC-4300 ASSY AUDIO DX fuseis | After removing the cause of overload,
BASS SHAKER. | blown due to instantaneous overload. | replace fuse..
Malfunctioning of Board and
Amplifier.
Connection failure of connector.
FUSE S.B 6300 MA 250V HBC CE
514-5086-6300
Perform Sound Test and Output Test to
check.
Correctly perform connector connection
between Front and Rear Cabinets.
Switches are not
functioning
(depending on the
game mode, some
switches can not
be used).
Connection failure of connector.
Correctly perform connector connection
between Front and Rear Cabinets.
Operation of
CONTROL
WHEEL,
RUDDER
PEDAL,
and THRUST
LEVER is not
satisfactory.
Deviation of Volume.
Volume malfunctioning.
ADJUST GEAR mesh is incorrect.
Connection failure of connector.
Adjust Volume value in the TEST mode.
Replace the Volume.
Adjust ADJUST GEAR mesh.
Correctly perform connector connection
between Front and Rear Cabinets.
Head Panel Lamp
and Side Panel
Lamp do not light
up (light up
during game
only).
The lamp needs replacement.
Connection failure of connector.
Replace the Jamp.
Correctly connect connectors between Front
and Rear Cabinets.
WARNING
LAMP and LED
do not light up
(light up when the
flight course is
extremely
deviated).
The lamp and LED need replacement.
Replace the lamp and LED Board.
Fluorescent lamp
doesn't light up.
Fluorescent lamp need replacement.
Replace the fluorescent lamp.
REPLACMENT OF FUSE
A
- WARNING!
O in case fuse replacements other than those stated in this manual are
necessary, contact where you purchased the product from for inquiries
regarding this matter.
Fuse replacements other than those specified can cause accidents
and are strictly forbidden.
In order to prevent an electric shock, be sure to turn power off and
unplug from the socket outlet before performing work by touching the
internal parts of the product.
Be careful so as not to damage wirings. Damaged wiring can cause
electric shock and short circuit accidents.
Be sure to use fuses meeting specified rating. Using fuses exceeding |
the specified rating can cause fire and electric shock accidents.
After eliminating the cause of the blowing of fuse, replace the fuse.
Depending on the cause of fuse blowing, continued use with the fuse
as is blown can cause generation of heat and fire hazard.
TRUSS SCREW(2), black
Remove Side Door R by taking out 2 screws. The fuse is located at the position shown.
M4 X30, flat washer N
que e
Side Door R
FUSE 6.3A 250W
514-5086-6300
FIG. 17 b
18. GAME BOARD
@ In order to prevent electric shock and short circuit hazards, be sure to
- turn power off before performing work.
WARNING! O Be careful so as not to damage wirings. Damaged wiring can cause
| fire, electric shock and short circuit hazards.
@ Do not expose the Game BD, etc. without a good reason. Failure to
observe this can cause electric shock or malfunctioning.
The electronic parts on the IC Board could be damaged due to human
| body's static electricity. Before performing 1C Board related work, be sure
CAUTION! to discharge physically accumulated statics by touching grounded metallic
surfaces, etc. |
18 — 1 TAKING OUT THE BOARD
© Tum power off. | |
(2) Take out the 2 truss screws, unlock and remove the Back Door Lower.
(3) Disconnect all of the Connectors connected to ASSY MAIN BOARD DX. |
(4) Remove the 2 Wing Bolts and take out ASS Y MAIN BD DX with the Shield Case as is mounted.
=
WING BOLT (2)
MAX 25, flat washer used.
TRUSS SCREW (2)
M4 X30, flat washer used.
FIG. 18.1 a
CONNECTING THE VIDEO SIGNAL LINE AND AUDIO SIGNAL LINE
MONITOR CENTER (RGB) SPEAKER (AUDIO?) MONITOR RIGHT (ROB3)
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BASS SHAKER (AUDIO2) MONITOR LEFT (RGB2)
- FIG.18.1b
18—-2 COMPOSITION OF GAME BOARD
GAME BD APC DX USA W/O JAL (833-13762-06) : USA
GAME BD APC DX EXP W/O JAL (833-13762-07) : OTHERS
GAME BD APC DX KOR W/O JAL (833-13762-08) : KOREA
GAME BD APC DX AUS W/O JAL (833-13762-09) : AUSTRALIA
DIP SW SETTING
In the product, set all of the DIP
SWes to OFF.
FIG. 18.2b
—
19. DESIGN RELATED PARTS
For the Warning Display stickers, refer to Section 1.
23
PART No. DESCRIPTION
APC-0503 BILLBOARD PLATE
422-0741-01 PLAY INSTR SH APC DX L ENG
422-0742-01 ~~ PLAY INSTR SH APC DX R ENG
АРС-3108-В STICKER SEAT BACK UPPER
APC-3108-C STICKER SEAT BACK LOWER
АРС-3068 STICKER REAR UPPER
APC-3069 STICKER REAR LOWER
APC-1082-A STICKER MONITOR COVER R
APC-1011 STICKER SIDE R
APC-1012 STICKER SIDE DOOR R
APC-3066 STICKER REAR SIDE R
APC-3067 STICKER REAR DOOR
APC-1081 STICKER MONITOR COVER L
APC-1010 STICKER SIDE L
APC-1013 STICKER SIDE DOOR L
APC-3065 STICKER REAR SIDE L
APC-1078 STICKER CENTER MARK
APC-3002 CONSOLE PLATE
APC-3003 SW PROTECT PLATE
APC-3005 STICKER THRUST
20. PARTS LIST
(1) TOP ASSY APC DX (0-1/2)
S10% NTIUY
lite
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(1) TOP ASSY APC DX
ITEM NO.
410
411
412
413
414
415
416
> NN DN NN NN
PART NO.
APC-1000
APC-3000
APC-0001
APC-0002
APC-0003
DYN-0011
421-7308- —
421-7020
421-8479-01
440-WS0002XEG
440-D50013XEG
SGM-4048
SGM-4425
422-0741-01
422-0742-01
440-WS0012XEG
440-W50170-JP
000-T00410-0B
030-000830-5B
068-852216-0B
030-000820-SB
008-T00412-0B
000-P00408-5
060-F00400
601-6604-70
SGM-2675
420-6471-01
220-5576
SGM-4111
280-5009-01
090-0074
600-6729
600-6724
600-6618
600-6695
220-5484
429-0641-01
220-5179
509-5911-G
509-5911-R
514-5086-6300
105-5356
421-8740
421-6690-03
421-6690-05
421-6690-06
421-6690-01
421-6119-91
421-6120-91
DESCRIPTION
ASSY FRONT CABINET
ASSY REAR CABINET
JOINT PIPE
JOINT BRKT L
JOINT BRKT R
DENOMI PLATE W/0 ORIGINAL
DENOMI SH 1GAME ~
STICKER CAUTION FORK
STICKER INSTR SUNLIGHT ENG
STICKER W POWER OFF ENG
STICKER D MONITOR ENG
POLY COVER 1250 X 1800 X 2100
POLY COVER 1100 X 1400 X 1600
PLAY INSTR SH APC DX L ENG
PLAY INSTR SH APC DX R ENG
STICKER W HIGH TEMP ENG
STICKER W FALL DOWN
M SCR TH BLK M4 X 10
HEX BLT W/5 BLK M8 X 30
FLT WSHR BLK 8.5-22 X 1.6
HEX BLT W/5 BLK M8 X 20
TMP PRF SCR TH BLK M4 X 12
M SCR PH W/S M4 X 8
FLT WSHR M4 |
CARTON BOX 70
POLYETHYLENE BAG 240 X 370
OWNERS MANUAL APC DX ENG
KEY MASTER FOR 220-5575
KEY BAG (SGB-1035%)
CORD CLAMP 21
STATICIDE (300ML)
AC CABLE CONNECT TYPE 15A
AC CABLE CONNECT TYPE 15A
AC CABLE CONNECT TYPE FOR EXP
AC CABLE CONNECT TYPE USA 15A
VOL CONT B-5K OHM
POP PNL APC DX ENG
VOL CONT B-5K OHM |
SW LEVER AT-4157 GRAY
SW LEVER AT-4157 RED
FUSE S.B 6300MA 250V HBC CE
SHIPPING BRKT
CAUTION INSTR COP U/R
STICKER 220V
STICKER 240V
STICKER 110V
STICKER 120V
STICKER FCC
STICKER SEGA USA
(D-2/2)
NOTE
HAC 1107 AREA
AC220V ~ 240V AREA
AC 110V AREA
AC 220V AREA
AC 240V AREA
AC 110V AREA
AC 120V AREA
(2) ASSY FRONT CABINET (APC-1000)
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PART NO.
APC-0500
APC-1001
APC-1100
APC-1150
APC-1200
APC-1300
APC-2000
APC-2100
APC-2200
APC-4000
APC-4100
APC-4200
APC-4300
APC-1051
APC-1153X
APC-1053X
APC-1054
APC-1055
APC-1056
APC-1057
APC-1058X
APC-1059
APC-1060
APC-1061
APC-1062
APC-1063
APC-1064
APC-1065
APC-1066
APC-1067
APC-1068
APC-1081
APC-1082
601-10562-0170
601-10562-0580
280-5112
280-5113
203-5366
SPG-2039
APC-1073
APC-1074
APC-1075
‚ АРС-1076
APC-1077
APC-1078
APC-1083
APC-1084
APC-1085
APC-1014
APC-1015
APC-1016
APC-1017
APC-1094
DESCRIPTION | NOTE
ASSY BILLBOARD
ASSY FRONT SUB-CABI
ASSY MONITOR CENTER
ASSY MONITOR LEFT
ASSY MONITOR RIGHT
ASSY LED PANEL
ASSY CONTROL MECHA
ASSY YOKE
PEDAL UNIT
ASSY MAIN BD DX
ASSY PWR SPLY DX
ASSY 1/0 DX
ASSY AUDIO DX
BILLBOARD HOOK BRKT
-— MONITOR HOLD LOWER
GLASS HOLDER REAR
GLASS
GLASS HOLDER UPPER CENTER
GLASS HOLDER LOWER CENTER
GLASS SUSH
MONITOR BD LID
SPEAKER NET L
SPEAKER NET-R
SPEAKER COVER BRKT
CONT PNL BRKT LOWER
SPEAKER COVER L
SPEAKER COVER R
CONT PNL COVER
YOKE COVER
PEDAL FLOOR
WIRE COVER
ASSY MONITOR COVER L
ASSY MONITOR COVER R
RUBBER PACKING NO. 96 L=170MM
~ RUBBER PACKING NO. 96 L=580MM
BUSH FOR TV
COLLAR FOR TV
CASH BOX
SPACER RING
OUTER COLLAR
MECHA ADJUSTER DX L
MECHA ADJUSTER DX R
HOLE LID
AIR VENT PLATE
STICKER CENTER MARK
MONITOR MASK
DELTA PLATE L
DELTA PLATE R
COVER BRKT A
COVER BRKT B
COVER BRKT C
COVER BRKT D
SPCACER PIPE DX
— 7/8 —
(2) ASSY FRONT CABINET (APC-1000)
ITEM NO.
201
202
203
204
205
206
207
208
209
210
211
212
213
214
215
216
217
218
219
220
221
222
223.
224
225
226
227
PART NO.
000-P00408-WB
000-P00416-WB
000-T00410-0B
000-T00410-0C
000-T00416-0B
008-B00830-0B
020-000820-07
030-000630-5B
030-000820-58
030-000830-5B
030-000850-5B
032-000425
050-F00600
060-F00800-0B
060-500800-0B
068-441616
068-441616-0B
068-441616-0C
068-652016-0B
068-852216-0B
… 030-000816-5B
FAS-200023
050-H00400
060-500400
060-F00400
000-P00408-5
000-P00420-WB
DESCRIPTION - NOTE
M SCR PH W/FS BLK M4 x 8
M SCR PH W/FS BLK M4 X 16
M SCR TH BLK M4 X 10
- M SCR TH CRM M4 x 10
M SCR TH BLK M4 X 16
TMP PRF SCR BH BLK M8 X 30
HEX SKT H CAP SCR BLK 0Z M8 x 20
HEX BLT BLK W/S M6 X 30
HEX BLT W/S BLK M8 X 20
HEX BLT W/S BLK M8 X 30
HEX BLT W/S BLK M8 X 50
WING BLT M4 X 25
FLG NUT M6
FLT WSHR BLK M8
SPR WSHR BLK M8
FLT WSHR 4. 4-16 X 1.
FLT WSHR BLK 4.4-
FLT WSHR CRM 4. 4-
FLT WSHR BLK 6. 5-
FLT WSHR BLK 8. 5-
HEX BLT W/S BLK M8 X 16
HEX SKT H CAP SCR BLK 0Z M8 X 12
HEX NUT M4
SPR WoHR MA
FLT WoHR M4
M SCR PH W/5 M4 X 8
— ны
ao
° М 5СВ PH W/FS BLK M4 X 20
(D-3/3)
(3) ASSY BILLBOARD (APC-0500)
ITEM NO. РАВТ №. DESCRIPTION NOTE
1 APC-0550 ASSY LAMP BASE
2 APC-0501 BILLBOARD BASE
3 APC-0502 BILLBOARD COVER
4 ‚ АРС-0503 BILLBOARD PLATE
5 APC-0504 EMG BRKT L
6 APC-0505 EMG BRKT R
7 APC-0506X EMG PLATE L
8 APC-0507X EMG PLATE R
9 APC-0508 FL LID
10 APC-0509 LAMP LID
11 253-5460-01 AIR VENT BLACK
201 000-P00408-1B M SCR PH W/FS BLK M4 X 8
202 000-T00410-0B M SCR TH BLK M4 X 10
203 068-441616-0B FLT WSHR BLK 4.4-16 X 1.6
204 000-F00410 M SCR FH M4 X 10 |
205 000-T00416-0B M SCR TH BLK M4 X 16
206 050-H00400 HEX NUT M4
207 060-S00400 SPR WSHR M4
208 060-F00400 FLT WSHR MA
301 APC-60090 WIRE HARN BILLBOARD
302 600-6972-0120 WIRE HARN EARTH ID5 0120MM
(D-1/2)
(4) ASSY LAMP BASE (APC-0550)
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(4) ASSY LAMP BASE (APC-0550)
ITEM NO.
© DI HH
© -J DS >
101
102
103
104
105
106
107
108
109
110
201
202
203
204
301
302
303
304
PART NO.
APC-0551
421-7501-16
421-7501-12
440-MS0012XEG
— 440-C50148-EG
440-C50149-EG
440-C50155-EG
214-0110
390-5167 |
182-5078-AB -
214-0223
390-6579-0440W
390-6603-15EX
203-5457
‚ 260-5009-01
280-5275-SR10
601-6563-90
000-P00312
000-P00408-W
000-P00430-5
068-441616
APC-60083
APC-60084
APC-60085
APC-60086
DESCRIPTION
LAMP BASE
STICKER 110V 30W
STICKER FL 15W
NOT USED
STICKER W HIGH TEMP ENG
STICKER C HI VOLT M ENG
STICKER C HI TEMP M ENG
STICKER C HI VOLT M ENG
BULB SKT (ES-T250-E17)
LAMP 110V 30W (R45-E17.F)
COIL BALLAST AB-116
NOT USED
FL SOCKET W/CONN
FL SLIM TYPE 0440MM WHITE
NOT USED
ASSY FL15W EX W/CONN HIGH T CE
NOT USED
FL HOLDER
NOT USED
CORD CLAMP 21
CORD CLAMP SR10
BUSH 2.4T
M SCR PH M3 X 12
M SCR PH W/FS M4 X 8
M SCR PH W/S M4 X 30
FLT WSHR 4.4-16 X 1.6
WIRE HARN FL
WIRE HARN LAMP&FL
WIRE HARN LAMP
WIRE HARN SLIM FL 1
NOTE
OTHERS
USA
OTHERS
USA
OTHERS
USA
OTHERS
USA
OTHERS
USA
(D-2/2)
(D-1/3)
(АРС-1001)
(5) ASSY FRONT SUB-CABI
DO BE PSOOOE
ANA
WO. J648Z INDHOL/LIO8 ви.
(5) ASSY FRONT SUB-CABI (APC-1001)
ITEM NO.
H> GO DH
‘Бо = > © 00 ~3 © сл
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
. 26
27
28
32
34
35
36
37
38
101
102
103
104
105
106
107
108
109
111
112
113
PART NO.
APC-1020
APC-1030
APC-1035
APC-1040
APC-1040-01
STR-1070
APC-1002
APC-1003
APC-1004
APC-1005
APC-1006
105-5373
APC-1008
ARC-1006
DP-1148X
DP-1167
105-5169
105-5171
105-5172
117-0062
117-5098
117-5233
203-5396-91
253-5460-01
APC-1009
APC-1010
APC-1011
APC-1012
- APC-1013
421-7501-02
APC-1071
APC-1072
APC-1079
APC-1087
APC-1090
APC-1092
APC-1093
130-5206
220-5237-92- —
220-5482-91- —
220-5574
220-5575
601-5699%
601-9377
280-5009-01
280-0419
310-5029-D20
117-5402-06
270-5117
601-0460
(D-2/3)
DESCRIPTION NOTE
AC UNIT
SW UNIT
FAN MOTOR UNIT
METER UNIT S OTHERS
METER UNIT T USA
FAN UNIT
WOODEN FRONT CABINET
BACK DOOR UPPER
BACK DOOR LOWER
SIDE DOOR L
SIDE DOOR R
SHIPPING BRKT RED +
CONN PANEL BILLBOARD
LEG BRACKET |
LKG TNG
TNG LKG
LOCK BRACKET W |
CHUTE PLATE SINGLE OTHERS
CHUTE PLATE DOUBLE USA
PLATE LOCK RETAINER |
TNG RETAINER PLATE
PLATE LEG BRACKET BLACK
CABINET HANDLE
AIR VENT BLACK
MONITOR BRKT LOWER
STICKER SIDE L
STICKER SIDE R
STICKER SIDE DOOR R
STICKER SIDE DOOR L
STICKER 6.3V 0.154
CONT PNL COVER BRKT L
CONT PNL COVER BRKT R
CONN PANEL METER
UNDER FRAME
CORNER GUARD
CASTER SUPPORT BRKT A
CASTER SUPPORT BRKT B
SPKR 16CM 40HM 25W
ASSY C.C 2DR ~
ASSY C.C 2DR —
- CAM LOCK W/KEYS
CAM LOCK MASTER W/O KEY
LEG ADJUSTER BOLT M16 X 75
CASTER FAI=75
CORD - CLAMP 21
HARNESS LUG
SUMITUBE F D 20 MM
EARTH TERMINAL PLATE 6P
FERRITE CORE TDK ZCAT3035-1330
PLASTIC TIE BELT 100 MM
(5) ASSY FRONT SUB-CABI (APC-1001)
ITEM NO.
201 -
202
203
204
205
206
207
208
209
210
211
212
213
214
215
216
217
218
221
222
223
301
302
303
304
305
306
307
308
309
310
312
313
314
315
316
317
PART NO.
000-P00420-WB
000-P00416-W
000-P00416-WB
000-T00420-0B
000-T00430-0B
011-F00310
011-T00312.
011-T03512
030-000625
030-000630-5B
030-000830-5B
050-H01600
060-F00600-0B
060-F00800-0B
068-441616-0B
011-F03516
030-000840-5B
FAS-110010
050-H00400
060-500400
060-F00400
APC-6001
APC-6002
APC-6010
APC-60071
APC-60072
APC-60088
APC-60089
APC-60091
APC-60092
APC-60093
600-7141-100
600-6972-1000
600-6972-1100
600-6972-0400
600-6972-0200
600-6455-02
600-7134
(D-3/3)
DESCRIPTION NOTE
M SCR PH W/FS BLK M4 X 20
M SCR PH W/FS M4 X 16
M SCR PH W/FS BLK M4 X 16
M SCR TH BLK M4 X 20
M SCR TH BLK M4 X 30
TAP SCR FH 3 X 10
TAP SCR TH 3 X 12
TAP SCR TH 3.5 X-12
HEX BLT M6 X 25
HEX BLT BLK W/S M6 X 30
HEX BLT W/S BLK M8 X 30
HEX NUT Ml6
FLT WSHR BLK M6
FLT WSHR BLK M3
FLT WSHR BLK 4.4-16 X 1.6
TAP SCR FH 3.5 X 16
HEX BLT W/S BLK M8 X 40
TAP SCR FH #1 BLK 3 X 10
HEX NUT M4
SPR WoHR M4
FLT WoHR M4
ASSY WIRE FRONT CABI AC
ASSY WIRE FRONT CABI DC
ASSY WIRE EARTH
WIRE HARN SPEAKER FRONT
WIRE HARN WOOFER FRONT
WIRE HARN SPEAKER L
WIRE HARN SPEAKER R
WIRE HARN RGB L
WIRE HARN RGB C
WIRE HARN RGB R
CABLE JVS TYPE A-B 100CM
WIRE HARN EARTH 105 1000ММ
WIRE HARN EARTH ID5 1100MM
WIRE HARN EARTH ID5 0400MM
WIRE HARN EARTH ID5 0200MM
WIRE HARN C.C DOOR SINGLE OTHERS
WIRE HARN COIN CHUTE 2 USA
— 85 —
(6) AC UNIT (APC-1020)
ITEM NO.
1
2
3
101
102
103
104
105
106
107
108
109
201
202
203
204
205
301
302
303
304
305
306
307
308
309
310
ORT,
PART NO.
APC-1021
421-7468-01
421-8202
214-0202
280-0417
509-5453-91-V-B
512-5046-10000
012-5046-5000
450-5126
450-5133
450-5134
450-5135
270-5081
280-5009-01
310-5029-G20
601-0460
000-P00416-W
000-P00408-W
050-H00400
060-500400
060-F00400
APC-60001
APC-60002
APC-60003
APC-60004
APC-60005
APC-60006
APC-60007
APC-60008
600-6972-0100
600-6972-0120
Jal
DESCRIPTION
AC BRACKET
STICKER C.P W/PIC
STICKER EARTH MARK
AC INLET PANEL TYPE
TERMINAL BINDING POST BLACK
SW ROCKER J8 V-B
C.P 10000MA CE UL
C.P 5000MA CE UL
MAGNET CONTACT S-NIOCX
MAGNET CONTACT S-NIOCX AC 200V
MAGNET CONTACT S-NIOCX AC 230V
MAGNET CONTACT S-NTOCX AC 120V
NOISE FILTER 20A
CORD CLAMP 21
SUMITUBE F G 20MM
PLASTIC TIE BELT 100 MM
M SCR PH W/FS M4 X 16
M SCR PH W/FS M4 X 8
HEX NUT M4
SPR WoHR M4
FLT WSHR M4
WIRE HARN AC IN HOT
WIRE HARN AC IN COLD
WIRE HARN EARTH IN
WIRE HARN C.P OUT
WIRE HARN CONN J8
WIRE HARN N.F IN HOT
WIRE HARN N.F IN COLD
WIRE HARN N.F OUT
WIRE HARN EARTH ID5 0100MM
WIRE HARN EARTH ID5 0120MM
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NOTE
AC110V ~ 120V AREA
AC220V — 240V AREA
AC 110V AREA
AC 220V 60Hz AREA
AC 220V 50Hz, AC240V AREA
AC 120V AREA
(7) SW UNIT (APC-1030)
ITEM NO.
1
2
101
102
103
104
105
301
302
303
304
©
006
DEMAG — LEFT —— CENTER — ROHT
SPEAKER
WOOFER TEST SERVICE 917
0000
N O
ma 1
PART NO. DESCRIPTION | NOTE
APC-1031 SW BRACKET
421-11052 STICKER SW UNIT APC T-S-D3 S-W
220-5179 VOL CONT B-5K OHM
509-5028 SW PB 1M (MIYAMA DS-412R)
601-0042 KNOB 22 MM
310-5029-D20 SUMITUBE F D 20 MM |
601-0460 PLASTIC TIE BELT 100 MM
APC-60087 WIRE HARN DEMAG
600-6609-32 WIRE HARN TEST 4 SERVICE
600-6609-33 WIRE HARN VOLUME A
600-6609-34 WIRE HARN VOLUME B
FAN MOTOR UNIT (APC-1035)
ITEM NO.
1
101
102
201
202
Connector
PART NO.
APC-1036
260-0011-02
601-8543
000-P00312-7
050-F00300
DESCRIPTION
FAN MOTOR BRKT
AXIAL FLOW FAN ACIO0VY 50-60HZ
FAN GUARD
M SCR PH W/FS M3 X 12
FLG NUT M3
NOTE
(9) METER UNIT S (APC-1040)
Wf
ITEM NO. PART NO. DESCRIPTION NOTE
1 APC-1041 METER BRKT T
2 421-6591-01 STICKER COIN METER
101 220-5643-01 MAG CNTR DC5V 6P WH MZ-674-D04
METER UNIT T (APC-1040-01)
ITEM NO.
1
2
101
102
8)
1
rE
CON METER
PART NO.
APC-1042
421-6591-01
220-5643-01
220-5643-02
DESCRIPTION NOTE
METER BRKT T
STICKER COIN METER
MAG CNTR DC5V 6P WH MZ-674-D04
MAG CNTR DC5V 6P YE MZ-674-D05
FAN UNIT (STR-1070)
ITEM NO. PART NO. DESCRIPTION NOTE
1 105-5340-01 FAN BRKT LONG ©
101 260-0011-02 AXIAL FLOW FAN AC100V 50-60HZ
102 601-8543 FAN GUARD
201 000-P00312-W M SCR PH W/FS M3 X 12
(11) ASSY MONITOR CENTER (APC-1100)
ITEM NO.
OT A CO DN
101
102
103
104
105
106
201
202
301
DE
PART NO.
APC-1101
APC-1152X
280-5112
280-5113
APC-1086
200-5710
200-5275-SR10
280-5009-01
280-5185-6
601-6231-D020
601-6231-D045
050-F00600
000-P00312-W
600-6972-1600
DESCRIPTION
MONITOR BRKT UPPER
MONITOR HOLD UPPER
BUSH FOR TV
COLLAR FOR TV
MONITOR BD BASE
ASSY CLR DSPL 29AUTO MS-2931-5
CORD CLAMP SR10
CORD CLAMP 21
SPACER TUBE L=6
EDGING NEW TYPE
EDGING NEW TYPE
FLG NUT M6
M SCR PH W/FS M3 X 12
WIRE HARN EARTH ID5 1600MM
NOTE
(D-1/2)
ASSY MONITOR LEFT (APC-1150)
ax)
M8J9S YIM UOILIOd
SIY} UOISEL JOU OQ
N
601-10562-0170
601-10562-0580
— RUBBER PACKING NO. 96 L=170MM
RUBBER PACKING NO. 96 L=580MM
(12) ASSY MONITOR LEFT (APC-1150) (D-2/2)
ITEM NO. PART NO. DESCRIPTION NOTE
1 APC-1151 MONITOR FRAME
2. APC-1152X MONITOR HOLD UPPER
3 APC-1153X MONITOR HOLD LOWER
4 APC-1154X SIDE COVER BRKT
5 APC-1155X SIDE BRKT |
6 APC-1156X GLASS HOLDER UPPER SIDE
7 APC-1157X GLASS HOLDER LOWER SIDE
8 APC-1054 GLASS
9 ‚ АРС-1159Х MONITOR SIDE COVER
10 APC-1058X MONITOR BD LID
11 APC-1160 WIRE BRKT
12 280-5112 BUSH FOR TV
13 280-5113 COLLAR FOR TV
14 APC-1083 MONITOR MASK
15
16
17
101
102
103
104
105
106
107
201
202
203
204
205
206
207
208
301
APC-1086
200-5710
280-5275-SR10
280-5009-01
280-5185-6
280-5292
601-6231-D010
601-6231-D045
000-F00410-0B
000-P00408-W
000-T00408-0B
000-P00412-W
050-F00400
050-F00600
068-441616
000-P00312-W
600-6972-1600
MONITOR BD BASE
ASSY CLR DSPL 29AUTO MS-2931-5
CORD CLAMP SR10
CORD CLAMP 21
SPACER TUBE L=6
CORD CLAMP 18 PUSH TYPE
EDGING NEW TYPE L=10
EDGING NEW TYPE
M SCR FH BLK M4 X 10
M SCR PH W/FS M4 X 8
M SCR TH BLK M4 X 8
M SCR PH W/FS M4 X 12
FLG NUT M4
FLG NUT M6
FLT WSHR 4.4-16 X 1.6
| М SCR PH W/FS M3 X 12
WIRE HARN EARTH ID5 1600MM
(13) ASSY MONITOR RIGHT (APC-1200) (D-1/2)
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Details of PART "A" ©
portion with screw.
- Do not fasten this
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DEE OF
| — 95 —
(13) ASSY MONITOR RIGHT (APC-1200)
ITEM NO.
DRDS OONDARWWNE
101
102
103
104
105
106
201
202
203
204
205
301
PART NO.
APC-1151
APC-1152X
APC-1153X
APC-1154X
APC-1155X
APC-1156X
APC-1157X
APC-1054
APC-1159X
APC-1058X
280-5112
280-5113
APC-1083
601-10562-0170
601-10562-0580
APC-1086
200-5710 ——
280-5275-SR10
280-5009-01
280-5185-6
601-6231-D010
601-6231-D045
000-F00410-0B
000-P00408-W
000-T00408-0B
050-F00600
000-P00312-W
600-6972-1600
DESCRIPTION
MONITOR FRAME
MONITOR HOLD UPPER
MONITOR HOLD LOWER
SIDE COVER BRKT
SIDE BRKT
GLASS HOLDER UPPER SIDE
GLASS HOLDER LOWER SIDE
GLASS
MONITOR SIDE COVER
MONITOR BD LID
BUSH FOR TV
COLLAR FOR TV
MONITOR MASK
RUBBER PACKING NO. 96 L=170MM
RUBBER PACKING NO. 96 L=580MM
MONITOR BD BASE
ASSY CLR DSPL 29AUTO MS-2931-S
CORD CLAMP SR10
CORD CLAMP 21
SPACER TUBE L=6
EDGING NEW TYPE L=10
EDGING NEW TYPE
M SCR FH BLK M4 X 10
M SCR PH W/FS M4 X 8
M SCR TH BLK M4 X 8
FLG NUT M6
M SCR PH W/FS M3 X 12
WIRE HARN EARTH ID5 1600MM
NOTE
(D-2/2)
ASSY LED PANEL (APC-1300)
(1
—71 A == Er
O0 0980 000 0 05070 оо
ITEM NO. PART NO. DESCRIPTION | NOTE
1 APC-1301 LED PANEL BRKT
2 838-13757 | LED BD APC
101 280-5275-SR10 CORD CLAMP SR10
102 280-0419 HARNESS LUG
201 000-P00320-WB M SCR PH W/FS BLK M3 X 20
202 000-P00408-W M SCR PH W/FS M4 X 8
203 000-P00408-S M SCR PH W/S M4 X 8
204 060-F00400 FLT WSHR M4
301 APC-60080 WIRE HARN LED
(15) ASSY CONTROL MECHA (APC-2000)
15 )(16 (18 X-
(D-1/2)
(15) ASSY CONTROL MECHA (APC-2000)
ITEM NO.
FESR ERE EEC 0 ogee
102
103
104
105
202
203
204
205
206
207
208
209
211
212
213
214
215
301
302
303
304
PART NO.
APC-2050
APC-2030
APC-2090
APC-2003
APC-2004
APC-2012
APC-2006
APC-2007
601-7088-91
601-10572
601-8966
APC-2001
APC-2008
APC-2009
APC-2013
APC-2010
APC-2011
APC-2014
601-10574
220-5484
280-0419
601-6231-B045
060-S00800-0B
060-F00800-0B
020-000820-07
050-U00800
000-P00408-W
060-S00600
060-F00600
028-A00308-P
000-P00410-WB
020-000410-HZ
060-F00400
060-S00400
000-P00308-W
APC-60082X
APC-60095
600-6972-0250
600-6972-0450
(D-2/2)
DESCRIPTION NOTE
ASSY SLIDE BASE
ASSY CENTERING MECHA
ASSY SHAFT GUIDE
STOPPER RUBBER STROKE
STOPPER SHAFT STROKE
VR BRKT STROKE INSU
CABLE BEAR BRKT
STROKE DAMPER SHAFT
GEAR 64
GEAR 80
GEAR HOLDER
MECHA BASE
SPRING HOOK
EXT SPRING LONG
VR BRKT ROLL INSU
INSULATOR PAPER ROLL
INSULATOR PAPER STROKE
INSULATOR BUSH
STROKE DAMPER
VOL CONT B-5K OHM
HARNESS LUG
EDGING NEW TYPE
SPR WSHR BLK M8
FLT WSHR BLK M8
HEX SKT H CAP SCR BLK 0Z M8 X 20
U NUT M8 | |
~ M SCR PH W/FS M4 X 38
SPR WSHR M6
FLT WSHR M6
SET SCR HEX SKT CUP P M3 X 8
M SCR PH BLK W/FS M4 X 10
HEX SKT CAP SCR BLK 0Z M4 X 10
FLT WSHR M4
SPR WSHR M4
M SCR PH W/FS M3 X 8
WIRE HARN ELE&AIL
WIRE HARN EARTH SHAFT
WIRE HARN EARTH ID5 0250MM
WIRE HARN EARTH 105 0450ММ
ASSY CENTERING MECHA (APC-2030)
Poi:
rd
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— Pe - 5
+ |
insert 2 D. No. 204 (FLT WSHR M4)
to each of 4 internal portions.
ITEM NO.
I © слон CO DO HH
201
202
203
204
PART NO.
APC-2031
APC-2032
APC-2033
APC-2034
APC-2035
APC-2036
APC-2037
000-P00408-W
000-P00310-W
200-5421
- 060-F00400
Aa Bn
Vi AZ TS... VES
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DESCRIPTION NOTE
CENTERING BASE
CENTERING GUIDE
EXT SPRING
SPRING SHAFT
SPRING" COLLAR INNER
SPRING COLLAR OUTER
MUTE RUBBER
M SCR PH W/FS M4 X 8
. M SCR PH W/FS M3 X 10
FLT WSHR 3.5-12 T=1.0
FLT WSHR M4
— 100 —
о
> Apply greasing to sliding portions
О
(D-1/2)
ASSY SLIDE BASE (APC-2050)
WD -164S2-(1T09 13H0OS NODYX3IH PIN) SLZ4Q
N) COC#A
3N0HOL
LW -18y25-(1709 134208 NODYXEH S
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V-¥ NOILI3S
— 101 —
(17) ASSY SLIDE BASE (APC-2050)
ITEM NO.
Thi со bo 5 000 0 Сл #5. LO HH
102
103
104
105
202
203
204
205
206
207
210
211
212
213
214
215
216
PART NO.
APC-2051
APC-2052
APC-2053
APC-2054
APC-2055
APC-2056
APC-2058
APC-2059
601-10575
601-7088-91
APC-2060
APC-2061
APC-2062
APC-2063
100-5340
100-5168
100-5341
601-10573
020-000512-HZ
060-500500-0B
050-U00800
060-F00800-0B
000-P00408-W
000-P00312-W
028-A00308-P
000-T00408-0C
050-U00400
060-500400
060-F00500-0B
029-000020
000-Р00408-5
(D-2/2)
DESCRIPTION NOTE
MAIN SHAFT
INNER BASE
HOUSING PLATE 30
HOUSING PLATE 20
~ STOPPER RUBBER ROLL
STOPPER SHAFT ROLL
SLIDE BRKT L
SLIDE BRKT R
RACK
GEAR 64
GUARD BRKT
~ STOPPER
INNER COLLAR
GUIDE PLATE
BEARING 30 (680677)
BEARING 20 (№К 690477)
SLIDE RAIL
ROTARY DAMPER ROLL
HEX SKT CAP SCR BLK 0Z M5 X 12
SPR WSHR BLK M5
_ U NUT M8
FLT WSHR BLK M8
M SCR PH W/FS M4 X 8
M SCR PH W/FS M3 X 12
SET SCR HEX SKT CUP P M3 X 8
M SCR TH CRM M4 Xx 8
U NUT M4
SPR WSHR M4
FLT WSHR BLK M5
HEX SKT H CAP SCR M4 X 10
M SCR PH W/S M4 X 8
— 102 —
ASSY SHAFT GUIDE (APC—2090)
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ITEM NO. PART NO. DESCRIPTION NOTE
1 : APC-2091 GUIDE BUSH BRKT
3 APC-2093 I, BRKT
201 000-P00408-W | M SCR PH W/FS M4 x 8
— 103 —
ASSY YOKE (APC-2100)
ITEM NO. PART NO.
1 APC-2101
2 APC-2102
3 APC-2103
4 RCR-2151
5 RCR-2152
6 GLC-2036
201 000-P00410-0B
202 008-P00510-0B
203 000-P00208
204 060-F00200
DESCRIPTION NOTE
YOKE
THUMB CAP
TRIGGER CAP
HANDLE GRIP RIGHT
HANDLE GRIP LEFT
STOPPER —
M SCR PH BLK M4 X 10
TMP PRF SCR PH BLK M5 X 10
M SCR PH M2 X 8
FLT WSHR M2
— 104 —
(D-1/2)
PEDAL UNIT (APC-2200)
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— 105 —
PEDAL UNIT" (APC-2200)
ITEM NO. PART NO.
1 APC-2201
2 APC-2202
3 APC-2203
4 APC-2204
5 APC-2205
6 APC-2206
7 APC-2207
8 APC-2208
9 APC-2209X
10 APC-2210X
11 APC-2211
12 APC-2212
13 APC-2213
14 AIN-2108
15 SAS-1178
16 TTR-2010
17 601-6450
18 601-6555
101 100-5120
102 220-5484
103 601-8917
104 280-5275-SR10
105 100-5168
106 100-5070
201 000-P00410-N
202 000-P00408-WB
203 000-T00408-0B
204 028-A00410-P
205 030-000620-5
206 030-000816-5
207 030-000830-5
208 050-F00400
209 050-H00800
210 050-H01400
211 060-S00800
212 060-S01400
213 060-F00800
214 068-441616
215 068-652016
216 068-852216
217 050-F00600
301 APC-60081
(D-2/2)
DESCRIPTION NOTE
PEDAL BASE
STOPPER SHAFT
STOPPER RUBBER
MAIN PIPE
ARM
PEDAL UPPER
PEDAL LOWER
PEDAL COVER
PEDAL REAR L
PEDAL REAR R
ROSTA BRKT
VOL BRKT
PEDAL MECHA COVER
RING
FLT WSHR BLK 8.5-30 X 2
GEAR HOLDER 110
GEAR 110
GEAR Z=30 M=0. 75
BEARING (FYH BLP 204)
VOL CONT B-5K OHM
ROSTA 22 (DR-S 27 X 40)
CORD CLAMP SR10
BEARING 20 (NSK 690477)
BEARING 15 (NSK 600277)
M SCR PH W/FS M4 X 10
M SCR PH W/FS BLK M4 X 8
M SCR TH BLK M4 X 8
SET SCR HEX SKT CUP P M4 X 10
HEX BLT W/S M6 X 20
HEX BLT W/S M8 X 16
HEX BLT W/S M8 x 30
FLG NUT M4
HEX NUT M8
HEX NUT M14
SPR WSHR M8
SPR WSHR M14
— FLT WSHR M8
FLT WSHR 4.4-16 X 1.6
FLT WSHR 6.5-20 X 1.6
FLT WOHR 8.5-22 X 1.6
FLG NUT Мб
WIRE HARN RUDDER
— 106 —
mn mrt et Lo] o AA .
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(21) ASSY MAIN BD DX (APC-4000)
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ITEM NO. PART №. DESCRIPTION NOTE
1 APC-4050-09 ASSY SHIELD CASE APC AUS WO JAL AUSTRALIA
| APC-4050-08 ASSY SHIELD CASE АРС КОВ WO JAL + KOREA
APC-4050-06 ASSY SHIELD CASE APC USA WO JAL + USA
APC-4050-07 ASSY SHIELD CASE APC EXP WO JAL OTHERS
9 APC-4001 WOODEN MAIN BASE
3 105-5368 SHTELD CASE BRKT
4 APC-4002 SW REGU BRKT
101 400-5397 SW REGU FOR JVS
102 280-5009-01 CORD CLAMP 21
104 280-0419 HARNESS LUG
105 270-5052-04 L. FILTER D(ASTEL 044S-806402)
106 601-0460 PLASTIC TIE BELT 100 MM
201 011-F00310 TAP SCR FH 3 X 10
202 000-P00408-W M SCR PH W/FS M4 X 8
203 000-P00412-W M SCR PH W/FS Md X 12
204 011-T03512 TAP SCR TH 3.5 X 12
205 000-P00406-W M SCR PH W/FS M4 X 6
301 APC-60040 WIRE HARN SW REGU PWR
302 APC-60041X WIRE HARN MAIN BD PWR
— 107 —
(D-1/2)
(22) ASSY SHIELD CASE APC ~ (APC-4050- —)
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— 108 —
(22) ASSY SHIELD CASE APC ~ (APC-4050-—)
ITEM NO.
OF > WN
O CO o
10
11
12
13
14
15
101
102
103
201
202
203
204
301
302
PART NO.
105-5366
105-5367
839-1109-01
839-1110-01
833-13762-06
833-13762-07
833-13762-08
833-13762-09
421-9174-01
421-10023-AAA
421-10023-BAE
421-6510-137626
421-6510-137627
421-6510-137628
421-6510-137629
601-10577
105-5390
421-6570
421-9757-L
421-9757-R
421-9757-C
260-0064
280-5275-SR10
601-0460
000-P00408-W
010-P00308-F
000-P00320-W
000-P00412-W
APC-60045
APC-60046
DESCRIPTION
SHIELD CASE NAOMI MULTI
SHIELD CASE LID NAOMI MULTI
FLT BD NAOMI MULTI MASTER APC
FLT BD NAOMI MULTI SLAVE APC
GAME BD APC DX USA W/O JAL
GAME BD APC DX EXP W/O JAL
GAME BD APC DX KOR W/O JAL
GAME BD APC DX AUS W/O JAL
STICKER CAUTION ANTISTATIC
STICKER BD SERIAL NUMBER AAA
STICKER BD SERIAL NUMBER BAE
STICKER 833-13762-06
STICKER 833-13762-07
STICKER 833-13762-08
STICKER 833-13762-09
CARTON BOX NAOMI MULTI
FIXING BRACKET
STICKER FOR REV
STICKER L
STICKER R
STICKER C
FAN MOTOR DC12V
CORD CLAMP SR10
PLASTIC TIE BELT 100 MM
M SCR PH W/FS M4 X 8
S>-TITE SCR PH W/F M3 X 8
M SCR PH W/FS M3 X 20
M SCR PH W/FS M4 X 12
WIRE HARN FAN MOTOR MASTER
WIRE HARN FAN MOTOR SLAVE
— 109 —
(D-2/2)
NOTE
USA
OTHERS
KOREA
AUSTRALIA
USA
OTHERS
KOREA
AUSTRALIA
(D-1/2)
(23) ASSY PWR SPLY DX (APC-4100)
— 110 —
(23) ASSY PUR SPLY DX (APC-4100) (D-2/2)
ITEM NO. PART NO. DESCRIPTION NOTE
1 APC-4101 WOODEN PWR SPLY BASE
2 APC-4102 PWR SPLY BRKT
3 838-11856CE-02 CONNECT BD W/FUSE 6. 3A CE
101 560-5384 | XFMR 100-120V 100V 10A WB AC110V ~ 120V AREA
| 560-5377 PWR XFMR 200-240V 100V 10A CE AC220V — 240V AREA
102 117-5225 TERMINAL 3P 20A -
103 450-5163 TIMER RELAY GTSP-N30SA100
104 214-0191 RELAY SOCKET (SR2P-06B)
105 601-7783 FIXED SPRING (SFA-202)
106 450-5126 MAGNET CONTACT S-NIOCX
107 280-5169 CORD CLAMP TL-20S
108 280-0419 HARNESS LUG
109 117-5402-12 EARTH TERMINAL PLATE 12P
110 280-5275-SR10 CORD CLAMP SR10
201 000-P00512-W M SCR PH W/FS M5 X 12
202 011-T03512 TAP SCR TH 3.5 X 12
203 000-P00412-W M SCR PH W/FS M4 X 12
204 000-P00320-W M SCR PH W/FS M3 X 20
205 000-P00416-W M SCR PH W/FS M4 X 16
206 000-F00410 M SCR FH M4 X 10
207 000-P00416-S M SCR PH W/S M4 X 16
208 000-P00325-W M SCR PH W/FS M3 X 25
301 APC-60010 WIRE HARN XFMR OUT
302 APC-60011 WIRE HARN AC ELEC
303 APC-60012 WIRE HARN CONN BD IN
304 APC-60013X WIRE HARN CONN BD OUT
305 APC-60014 WIRE HARN MAG. CONT2 LI
306 APC-60015 WIRE HARN MAG. CONT2 L3
307 APC-60016 WIRE HARN TIMER 2
308 APC-60017 WIRE HARN TIMER 7
309 APC-60018 WIRE HARN TIMER 8
310 APC-60019 WIRE HARN TIMER 6
311 APC-60020 WIRE HARN TIMER 7 OUT
312 ° APC-60021 WIRE HARN MAG. CONT2 OUT
313 600-6972-0700 WIRE HARN EARTH ID5 0700MM
314 APC-60022 WIRE HARN MAIN XFMR PRIMARY
315 APC-60023 WIRE HARN MAIN XFMR SECONDARY
—111—
ASSY 1/0 DX (APC-4200)
ID NO.Z
D NO
CD
ITEM NO. PART NO.
1 APC-4201
2 837-13551-91
3 839-1073-01
101 280-5009-01
201 011-P00325
202 011-F00310
301 APC-60050
302 APC-60051
303 APC-60052
304 APC-60053
305 APC-60054
306 APC-60055
307 APC-60056
308 600-7141-050
DESCRIPTION | NOTE
WOODEN 1/0 BASE
1/0 CONTROL BD FOR JYS
SSR BD 2 AC 2A
CORD CLAMP 21
TAP SCR PH 3 X 25
TAP SCR FH 3 X 10
WIRE HARN SSR PWR IN
WIRE HARN 1/0 PWR 1 IN
WIRE HARN A/D IN
WIRE HARN I/0 1 IN —
WIRE HARN 1/0 PWR 2 IN
WIRE HARN 1/0 2 OUT
WIRE HARN SSR OUT
CABLE JVS TYPE A-B 050CM
— 112 —
(D-1/2)
(25) ASSY AUDIO DX (APC-4300)
— 113 —
(25) ASSY AUDIO DX (APC-4300)
ITEM NO.
PART NO.
1 APC-4301
2 838-13723
3 DRT-4502
4 421-7914-250630
101 601-10369
102 . 560-5419-V
103 117-5225
104 514-5086-6300
105 514-5084
106 310-5029-F20
107 - 260-0011-02
108 601-8543
109 280-5009-01
110 280-0419
201 000-P00312-W
202 050-F00300
203 000-P00412-W
205 011-P00325
206 011-T03516
207 011-F00310
208 011-T03512
301 APC-60030
302 APC-60031
303 APC-60032
304 APC-60033
305 APC-60034
306 APC-60035
307 APC-60036
308 APC-60037
309 APC-60038
(D-2/2)
DESCRIPTION NOTE
WOODEN AUDIO BASE
WOOFER AMP 50W X 2
FAN MOTOR BRKT
STICKER AC 250V 6.3A
STEREO PWR AMP 47
XFMR 100V 23V9. 6A X 2
TERMINAL 3P 20A
FUSE S.B 6300MA 250V HBC CE
FUSE HOLDER F-60B W/F-60
SUMI TUBE F F 20MM |
AXIAL FLOW FAN AC100V 50-60HZ
FAN GUARD —
CORD CLAMP 21
HARNESS LUG
M SCR PH W/FS M3 X 12
FLG NUT M3
M SCR PH W/FS M4 X 12
TAP SCR PH 3 X 25
TAP SCR TH 3.5 X 16
TAP SCR FH 3 X 10
TAP SCR TH 3.5 X 12
WIRE HARN AUDIO PWR
WIRE HARN 47 PWR
~ WIRE HARN FAN PWR
WIRE HARN XFMR PWR
WIRE HARN W. AMP PWR
WIRE HARN SOUND SIG
WIRE HARN SOUND VOL
WIRE HARN SPEAKER OUT
WIRE HARN WOOFER OUT
— 114 —
re em =
ASSY REAR CABINET (APC-3000) | (0-1/2)
— 115 —
ASSY REAR CABINET (APC-3000)
ITEM NO.
съ сл Бо 3 © © 00 —3 СО Сл + со БО НЫ
201
203
204
205
206
207
208
209
210
РАКТ №.
APC-3030
APC-3050
APC-3100
APC-3150
APC-3200
APC-3300
APC-3001
АРС-3002
АРС-3003
APC-3004
RAL-2007
RAL-2008
APC-3006
APC-3007
000-P00416-W
000-T00416-0B
030-000825-SB
060-F00800-0B
068-441616-0B
000-P00408-5
050-H00400
060-500400
060-F00400
(D-2/2)
DESCRIPTION | NOTE
ASSY WOOFER
ASSY REAR SUB-CABI
ASSY SEAT
SLIM LAMP UNIT
LEVER UNIT
ASSY SW PLATE
CONSOLE COVER
— CONSOLE PLATE
SW PROTECT PLATE
WOOFER LID
RUBBER HOLDER R TWIN
RUBBER HOLDER L TWIN —
CONSOLE COVER HOLDER A
CONSOLE COVER HOLDER B
M SCR PH W/FS M4 X 16
M SCR TH BLK M4 x 16
HEX BLT W/5 BLK M8 X 25
FLT WSHR BLK M8
FLT WSHR BLK 4.4-16 X 1.6
M SUR PH W/5 M4 X 8
HEX NUT M4
SPR WoHR M4
FLT WoHR M4
— 116 —
(27) ASSY WOOFER (APC-3030) (D-1/3)
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ITEM NO. PART NO. | DESCRIPTION NOTE
1 STW-3031 WOOFER BRKT
101 130-5196 WOOFER 40HM 80W
201 011-P00312 TAP SCR PH 3 X 12
— 117 —
(D-1/3)
ASSY REAR SUB-CABI (APC-3050)
J /
700 E
ASSY REAR SUB-CABI (APC-3050) (D-2/3)
ITEM NO.
DI DO DD bt bd pt pd pd pe pt A Aa
DE SO SO <q 0 Ui Co bo = © 00 ~1 > U1 WD
101
102
103
104
105
106
201
202
203
204
205
206
207
208
209
210
211
212
213
214
215
216
PART NO.
APC-3051
APC-3052
APC-3053
APC-3054
APC-3055
APC-3056
APC-3057
APC-3058
APC-3059
APC-3060
APC-3062
APC-3063
APC-3064
APC-3065
APC-3066
APC-3067
APC-3068
APC-3069
ARC-1006
117-5191
APC-1090
APC-1091
601-5699X
601-9377
182-5078-AB
280-5009-01
280-0419
117-5402-06
000-P00416-W
000-T00416-0C
000-T00430-0C
011-F00310
011-T03512
030-000625-5
- 030-000630--5C
050-H01600
060-F00600
068-441616-0C
011-F00312
000-P00408-5
060-F00400
060-500400
000-F00416
FAS-110010
DESCRIPTION NOTE
WOODEN REAR CABINET
FLOOR MAT |
FLOOR SUSH A
FLOOR SUSH B
FLOOR SUSH C
WOOFER NET
STEP MAT
STEP SUSH A
STEP SUSH B
STEP SUSH C
CONN PANEL
LEG BRACKET ANG104
SIDE DOOR REAR
. STICKER REAR SIDE L
STICKER REAR SIDE R
STICKER REAR DOOR
STICKER REAR UPPER
- STICKER REAR LOWER
LEG BRACKET
PLATE
CORNER GUARD
CORNER GUARD L
LEG ADJUSTER BOLT M16 X 75
CASTER FAI=75
COIL BALLAST AB-116
CORD CLAMP 21
HARNESS LUG
EARTH TERMINAL PLATE 6P
M SCR PH W/FS M4 X 16
M SCR TH CRM M4 X 16
M SCR TH CRM M4 X 30
TAP SCR FH 3 X 10
TAP SCR TH 3.5 X 12
HEX BLT W/S M6 X 25
HEX BLT W/S CRM M6 X 30
HEX NUT M16
FLT WSHR M6
FLT WSHR CRM 4.4-16 X 1.6
~ TAP SCR #1 FH 3 X 12
M SCR PH W/5 M4 X 8
FLT WoHR M4
SPR WSHR M4
M SCR FH M4 X 16
TAP SCR FH #1 BLK 3 X 10
— 119 —
ASSY REAR SUB-CABI (APC-3050)
ITEM NO.
301
302
303
304
305
306
307
308
309
PART NO.
APC-60100
APC-60101
APC-60102
APC-60103
APC-60111
600-6972-0200
600-6972-0400
600-6972-0600
600-6972-1750
DESCRIPTION
WIRE HARN A/D REAR
WIRE HARN SW REAR
WIRE HARN FL REAR
WIRE HARN WOOFER REAR
WIRE HARN FL REAR 2
WIRE HARN EARTH ID5 0200MM
WIRE HARN EARTH ID5 0400MM -
WIRE HARN EARTH ID5 0600MM
WIRE HARN EARTH ID5 1750MM
— 120 —
NOTE
(D-3/3)
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ASSY SEAT (APC-3100) —(0-1/)
M8 Bolt for fastening plastic:82kgf-cm
M8 Others:195kgf-cm
M4 Sonic Lock Portion:9kgf-cm
~~ TORQUE
— 121 —
ASSY SEAT (APC-3100)
ITEM NO. PART NO.
1 APC-3101
2 APC-3102
3 APC-3103
4 STC-1612
о АРС-3105
6 APC-3106
7 APC-3107
8 APC-3108
9 DYN-2131X
10 DYN-2132X
11 SDW-1566
12 APC-3111
13 APC-3109
14 APC-3114
15 GHO-3705
101 130-5172
102 601-9059
103 601-9060
104 280-5275-SR10
201 000-P00410-W
202 000-T00408-0B
203 000-T00412-0C
204 000-T00416-0C
205 030-000816-5
206 030-000850-5
207 050-H00800
208 050-U00400
209 060-500800
210 068-441616-0C
211 068-852216
212 000-T00616-0B
213 060-F00400
214 050-H00400
215 060-500400
216 000-Р00408-5
302 APC-60110
(D-2/2)
DESCRIPTION NOTE
SEAT BASE
SEAT FRAME
SEAT MOUNT TRAY
PROTECT RUBBER
SAFETY GUARD FRONT
SAFETY GUARD REAR
SAFETY GUARD SIDE
SEAT BACK COVER
UPPER SEAT
LOWER SEAT
HEAD REST BRKT
HEAD REST
CABLE BEAR BRKT
SEAT BASE REAR
FLT WoHR 8. 5-26*3.2
BASS SHAKER
SEAT RAIL L
SEAT RAIL R
CORD CLAMP SR10
M SCR PH W/FS M4 X 10
M SCR TH BLK M4 X 8
M SCR TH CRM M4 X 12
M SCR TH CRM M4 X 16
HEX BLT W/S M8 X 16
HEX BLT W/S M8 X 50
HEX NUT M8
U NUT M4
SPR WSHR M8 |
FLT WSHR CRM 4.4-16 X 1.6
FLT WSHR 8.5-22 X 1.6
M SCR TH BLK M6 X 16
FLT WoHR M4
HEX NUT M4
SPR WSHR M4
M SCR PH W/S M4 X 8
WIRE HARN BASS
— 122 —
SLIM LAMP UNIT (APC-3150)
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ITEM NO. PART NO. DESCRIPTION NOTE
1 APC-3151 SLIM LAMP BOX
2 APC-3152 PROTECT BRKT
4 440-WS0012XEG STICKER W HICH TEMP ENG
101 214-0223 FL SOCKET W/CONN OTHERS
| | NOT USED USA
102 300-6579-0440 FL SLIM TYPE 0440MM WHITE OTHERS
NOT USED USA
103 280-5009-01 CORD CLAMP 21 |
104 280-5275-SR10 . — CORD CLAMP SRIO
201 000-P00408-W M SCR PH W/FS M4 X 8
202 050-F00400 FLG NUT MA
301 APC-60107 WIRE HARN SLIM FL 2
— 123 —
(31) LEVER UNIT (APC-3200)
IN
TORQUE | |
D#204 (M5 HEXAGON SOCKET BOLT)-52kgf-cm
— 124 —
a a A a ee rt CES
(31) LEVER UNIT (APC-3200)
ITEM NO. PART NO.
1 APC-3250
2 APC-3201
3 APC-3202
4 APC-3203
о APC-3204
6 APC-3209
7 601-6555
8 APC-3206
9 APC-3207
10 APC-3208
11 APC-2014
101 220-5484
102 280-0419
201 000-P00408-W
202 000-T00406-0C
203 008-T00416-0B
204 020-000512-HZ
205 028-А00404-Р
206 060-500500
207 000-Р00408-5
208 060-F00400
211 000-P00410-W
301 APC-60104
302 APC-60105
(D-2/2)
DESCRIPTION NOTE
ASSY LEVER MECHA
LEVER BASE
LEVER COVER
LEVER KNOB
KNOB BUSH
VR BRKT LEVER INSU
GEAR Z=30 M=0.75
JOINT BRKT
SPACER SPONGE
INSULATOR PAPER LEVER
INSULATOR BUSH
VOL CONT B-5K OHM
HARNESS LUG
M SCR PH WES M4 x 8
M SCR TH CRM M4 X 6
TMP PRF SCR TH BLK M4 X 16
HEX SKT CAP SCR BLK 0Z M5 X 12
SET SCR HEX SKT CUP P M4 X 4
SPR WSHR M5
M SCR PH WS M4 x 8
FLT WSHR M4
M SCR PH WES M4 x 10
WIRE HARN THRUST L
WIRE HARN THRUST R
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(32) ASSY LEVER MECHA (APC-3250)
ITEM NO.
£0 00 ~1 OS UT Со Бо ня
101
201
202
203
204
205
206
PART NO.
APC-3251
APC-3252
APC-3253
APC-3254
APC-3255
APC-3256
APC-3257
APC-3258 .
TTR-2009
601-6005
601-10571
000-P00330-W
000-P00408-W
028-A00408-P
050-U00800
060-F00800
000-Р00408-5
DESCRIPTION NOTE
LEVER GUIDE
LEVER BRKT INNER
LEVER BRKT OUTER
LEVER SHAFT
SHUTTER PLATE
STOPPER RUBBER LEVER
STOPPER SHAFT LEVER
Z BRKT
GEAR HOLDER 80
ADJUST GEAR
ROTARY DAMPER LEVER
M SCR PH W/FS M3 X 30
M SCR PH W/FS M4 Xx 8
SET SCR HEX SKT CUP P M4 X 8
U NUT M8
FLT WSHR M8
M SCR PH W/5 M4 x 8
— 126 —
(33) ASSY SW PLATE (APC-3300)
PART NO.
ITEM NO.
1 APC-3301
101 509-5838-Y
102 509-5495-05
103 390-6637-GR
104 390-6637-RE
105 509-5910
106 509-5911-6
107 509-5911-R
108 601-0460
109 310-5029-D20
110 280-5185-7
201 050-F00300
301 APC-60106
DESCRIPTION NOTE
SW PLATE
SW PB LWIL-15Y-TK1670
PUSH BUTTON BLUE
LED BD-1025 12V GREEN
LED BD-1025 12V RED
ROCKER SW M-2012YG
SW LEVER AT-4157 GRAY
SW LEVER AT-4157 RED
PLASTIC TIE BELT 100 MM
SUMITUBE F D 20 MM
SPACER TUBE L=7
— FLG NUT M3
WIRE HARN SW PLATE
— 127 —
21. WIRE COLOR CODE TABLE
THE WIRE COLOR CODE is as follow:
A PINK
B SEY BLUE
C BROWN
D PURPLE
E LIGHT GREEN
Wires other than those of any of the above 5 single colors will be displayed by 2
alphanumeric characters.
RED
BLUE
YELLOW
GREEN
WHITE
ORANGE
BLACK
GRAY
\D 00 1 in A WN =
If the right-hand side numeral of the code is 0, then the wire will be of a single color shown
by the left-hand side numeral (see the above).
Note 1: If the right-hand side alphanumeric is not 0, that particular wire has a spiral color
code. The left-hand side character shows the base color and the right-hand side
one, the spiral color.
<Example> 51 + WHITE / RED
RED WHITE
Note 2: The character following the wire color code indicates the size of the wire.
K: AWG18, UL1015
L: AWG20, UL1007
None: AWG22, UL1007
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