OPERATION MANUAL - Slot Tech Magazine

OPERATION MANUAL - Slot Tech Magazine
OPERATION MANUAL
G-ENEX Video Slot Gaming Machine
Version AU-1.02
July 20, 2007
G-ENEX Video Slot Gaming Machine
Introduction
Introduction
This manual is intended for Operators, Owners, and Qualified Maintenance/Service
Personnel to provide the important information about the machine installation, operation,
and servicing.
It is strongly recommended to thoroughly read and understand this manual before starting
the machine. Please keep this manual at hand, so that you can quickly refer to it whenever
necessary.
Technical Support
Aruze Gaming America Inc, Aruze Gaming Australia Pty. Ltd, and Aruze Gaming Africa
(Pty.) Ltd (ARUZE thereinafter) are dedicated to providing high quality service and
maintenance. Please feel free to contact us any time.
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Limited Warranty
Limited Warranty
ARUZE warrants that the products it manufactures will be free from defects in materials
and workmanship for a period of six (6) months commencing on the date the products are
shipped from Japan (except as otherwise provided in any separate sales agreement).
Within this period, ARUZE will provide replacement parts at no charge for the products
covered under this limited warranty when a part requires replacement.
This warranty does not cover any damage or failure caused by or attributable to improper
installation, improper usage, abuse, improper maintenance, excessive operating voltages, or
repairs performed or recommended by anyone other than an ARUZE technician or an
authorized distributor of ARUZE.
TO THE MAXIMUM EXTENT PERMITTED BY LAW, ARUZE SHALL NOT BE
LIABLE FOR ANY DIRECT, SPECIAL, INCIDENTAL, OR CONSEQUENTIAL
DAMAGES RESULTING FROM ANY BREACH OR WARRANTY OR UNDER ANY
OTHER LEGAL THEORY (INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, LOST PROFITS),
EVEN IF ARUZE HAS BEEN ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF THE DAMAGES.
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Safety Instructions
Safety Instructions
1. Definition of Safety Words
The safety words of DANGER, WARNING, and CAUTION are used in this manual to
indicate hazard levels. Please understand each meaning to handle the machine safely.
DANGER
It warns of the immediate hazards which WILL
result in severe personnel injury or death.
WARNING
It warns of hazards or unsafe practices which
COULD result in severe personnel injury or death.
CAUTION
It warns of hazards or unsafe practices which
COULD result in minor personnel injury or
product/property damage.
2. Environmental Specifications
Refer to Chapter 8, “Machine Specifications”.
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Safety Instructions
3. Installation
WARNING!
To prevent an accident or a fire;
1.
Install this machine on flat, stable, well-constructed floor.
2.
Keep this machine away from the direct ray of the sun.
3.
Keep this machine away from a dusty place.
4.
Keep this machine away from water and other liquids.
5.
Keep this machine away from disaster preventive facilities.
(ex. emergency exit, emergency stairs, fire hydrant, and
fire extinguisher)
6.
Do not install this machine outdoors.
7.
Keep this machine away from vibration.
8.
Keep this machine away from dangerous articles.
4. Grounding
Be sure to GROUND this machine to prevent a current leak.
WARNING!
Risk of Electric Shock.
ARUZE makes no warranty as to accidents (including failures) caused by
improper grounding.
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Safety Instructions
5.
Precautions for Using This Machine
WARNING!
NEVER retrofit the machine. Retrofitting the machine could cause an
accident or a failure.
ARUZE makes no warranty as to accidents (including failures) caused by
retrofit.
1.
Only qualified personnel should assemble, install, maintain, inspect, and troubleshoot
the machine.
2. Do not mount or sit on the machine. Or, do not put a heavy object on the machine.
A dented machine could cause trouble.
3. As soon as smoke, smell, and/or an unknown trouble is detected, turn off the POWER
switch and the power source breakers.
4.
Before servicing the machine, turn off the POWER switch to prevent an electric
hazard.
5.
Unless specified, NEVER use a multimeter for continuity check. Using a
multimeter may damage the electrical circuits.
6. The shield of the hopper motor may be hot. Wait until the shield cools down before
touching the hopper.
7.
The coin diverter may be hot. Wait until it cools down before touching.
8. Never use chemical duster, thinner, benzine, alcohol, or synthetic detergent for
cleaning the machine. They will damage the surface of the machine.
9. Electrostatic discharge may damage the internal components. When accessing into the
cabinet, take the anti-static action (ex. touching the door) before proceeding.
10. Use this machine in commercial areas. Using it in residential areas is prohibited.
11. Actual currency and date format may differ slightly from the screen displays shown in
this manual.
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Table of Contents
Table of Contents
Page
Introduction....................................................................................................... i
Technical Support ............................................................................................. i
Limited Warranty ............................................................................................ ii
Safety Instructions .......................................................................................... iii
1. Definition of Safety Words......................................................................................iii
2. Environmental Specifications..................................................................................iii
3. Installation ............................................................................................................... iv
4. Grounding................................................................................................................ iv
5. Precautions for Using This Machine ...................................................................... v
Table of Contents ............................................................................................ vi
Chapter 1:
1.1
1.2
1.3
Chapter 2:
2.1
2.2
2.3
2.4
2.5
How to Play ........................................................................... 3-1
Credit Meter .................................................................................................... 3-1
Game Buttons .................................................................................................. 3-1
INCA EMPIRE series...................................................................................... 3-1
GREAT ERUPTION series / WILD HUNTERS TIGER series...................... 3-3
SCATTER SAFARI series............................................................................... 3-4
Chapter 4:
4.1
4.2
Power-ON .............................................................................. 2-1
Filling Hopper with Coins/Tokens .................................................................. 2-1
When your acceptor is MC-62 Coin Acceptor ................................................ 2-2
POWER-ON.................................................................................................... 2-2
Adjusting Game Sound Volume Level ............................................................ 2-3
Checking Machine Identification .................................................................... 2-4
Chapter 3:
3.1
3.2
3.2.1
3.2.2
3.2.3
Major Components............................................................... 1-1
Appearance ...................................................................................................... 1-1
Internal Structure ............................................................................................. 1-3
Closing Door ................................................................................................... 1-5
Attendant Service for Assisting Games .............................. 4-1
RESET/AUDIT Keyswitch ............................................................................. 4-1
POWER SAVE Keyswitch .............................................................................. 4-1
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4.3
4.4
4.5
4.6
4.6.1
4.6.2
4.7
4.7.1
4.7.2
4.8
4.8.1
Attendant Handpay.......................................................................................... 4-1
Electromechanical Meters ............................................................................... 4-3
Filling Hopper with Coins/Tokens .................................................................. 4-4
Clearing Coin/Token Jam ................................................................................ 4-6
Removing Jamming Coin/Token from Coin Acceptor.................................... 4-6
Removing Jamming Coin/Token from Hopper ............................................... 4-7
Clearing Note Jam ........................................................................................... 4-9
When your note acceptor is an ARGUS note acceptor; .................................. 4-9
When your note acceptor is a CashCode note acceptor; ............................... 4-10
Ticket Printer ................................................................................................. 4-11
When your printer is EPIC (Ithaca) printer: .................................................. 4-11
Chapter 5:
5.1
5.2
5.2
5.3
5.4
5.5
5.6
5.7
5.8
5.9
Accessing AUDIT Mode ................................................................................. 5-1
METER INFORMATION............................................................................... 5-3
METER INFORMATION............................................................................... 5-4
GAME RECALL............................................................................................. 5-9
MACHINE IDENTIFICATION.................................................................... 5-17
GAME STATISTICS..................................................................................... 5-19
TICKET HISTORY....................................................................................... 5-20
HOPPER REFILL ......................................................................................... 5-22
ERROR LOG ................................................................................................ 5-23
MACHINE SETUP ....................................................................................... 5-23
Chapter 6:
6.1
6.2
6.3
6.4
6.5
6.6
6.7
6.8
6.9
AUDIT Mode......................................................................... 5-1
Error Messages ..................................................................... 6-1
Start-up Self Test Errors .................................................................................. 6-1
System Errors .................................................................................................. 6-3
Communication Data Error ............................................................................. 6-6
Mechanical Meter Errors................................................................................. 6-6
Coin Acceptor Errors....................................................................................... 6-7
Hopper Errors .................................................................................................. 6-7
Note Acceptor Errors....................................................................................... 6-8
Ticket Printer Errors ........................................................................................ 6-9
Door Events ..................................................................................................... 6-9
Chapter 7:
Preventative Maintenance ................................................... 7-1
7.1 Daily Servicing................................................................................................ 7-1
7.2 Replacement .................................................................................................... 7-2
7.2.1 Lamps and Fluorescent Lamps........................................................................ 7-2
7.2.1.1 Lamps of Optional Tower Light (Candle) ............................................... 7-2
7.2.1.2 Fluorescent Light for Belly Glass ........................................................... 7-3
7.2.1.3 Fuse ......................................................................................................... 7-3
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Chapter 8:
8.1
8.2
8.3
8.4
8.5
8.6
Machine Specifications......................................................... 8-1
Cabinet Name .................................................................................................. 8-1
Overall Dimension Including Tower Light ..................................................... 8-1
Weight.............................................................................................................. 8-1
Electrical Specifications .................................................................................. 8-1
Environment .................................................................................................... 8-2
Coins/Notes Capacity ...................................................................................... 8-2
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Chapter 1:Major Components
Chapter 1: Major Components
This chapter shows the major components of this machine.
1.1 Appearance
1
13
2
12
3
4
11
5
6
10
7
9
8
1. Tower Light (Option)
3. Main LCD (Touch Screen)
5. Game Buttons
8. Mechanical Meters
11. Coin Head
2. Sub-LCD
4. Ticket Printer
6. Belly Door Glass
9. Bill Entry
12. Main Cabinet
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7. Coin Tray
10. Speakers
13. Top Box
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18
17
16
14
15
14. Belly Door Lock
17. Main Door Lock
19. RESET/AUDIT keyswitch
15. Belly Door Latch
16. Main Door Latch
18. Power Save Keyswitch
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1.2 Internal Structure
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1
13
2
3
10
4
9
12
11
7
5
6
8
1. Body I/O PCB Housing
2. Main LCD
4. Coin Diverter
5. Door I/O PCB Housing 6. Inverter Fluorescent Lamp
7. Security Cage
8. Hopper
9. Bill Acceptor
10. Ticket Printer (Optional)
11. Woofers
12. Power Box
13. Power Switch
14. AUSCOM PCB
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Belly Door
5
1
1.
Fluorescent Lamp Unit
2.
Coin Duct
3. Coin Drop Sensor
Belly Door Switch
5.
Bill Stacker Lock
4
3
2
4.
Power Box
6
5
1
4
2
1. Main Fuse
2. Power Switch for Service
Outlet
3. Fuse for Service Outlet
4. Inlet
5. Outlet for Topper
6. Service Outlet (1A)
7. Main Switch
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1.3 Closing Door
To close the Main Door and/or Belly Door, pull and lift the stay lever.
CAUTION!
Do not open the Main door and Belly door at the same time. Otherwise it
may damage the surface of the door.
WARNING!
Do not put hands on speakers and/or edge of side door when you open the
main door. Otherwise it may jam your fingers.
Main Door
Belly Door
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Chapter 3: How to Play
Chapter 2: Power-ON
This chapter shows how to power on and how to prepare before starting the operation.
2.1 Filling Hopper with Coins/Tokens
WARNING!
The hopper cover must be removed by authorized personnel.
After filling the hopper, make sure to return the hopper cover and securely
screw it down.
Use the following procedure to fill the hopper with coins/tokens:
1. Unlock and unlatch the main door to open it.
2. Pull forward the hopper to take it out
Screw
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
Remove the hopper cover by loosening the fixing screw (1 screw).
Fill the hopper with coins/token.
After filling the hopper, screw down the hopper cover onto the hopper.
Set the hopper onto the hopper rail inside the cabinet.
Push the hopper until it seats to the hopper connector.
Close the main door.
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2.2 When your acceptor is MC-62 Coin Acceptor
Replace the transport token with your casino coin/token in the following procedure:
1. Unlock and unlatch the main door to open it.
2. Locate the MC-62 coin acceptor on the back of the main
door.
3. Slide the reference coin holder in the arrow-indicated
direction to remove the transport token.
4. Set your casino coin/token (reference coin/token) in the
holder.
5. Close the main door.
2.3 POWER-ON
Before turning ON the machine, check the following:
1. All the cable connectors are securely seated.
2. The machine is properly earthed.
Use the following procedure to turn ON the machine:
1. Unlock and unlatch the main door to open it.
2. Locate the POWER switch and press it to
ON.
NOTE:
If clearing the RAM data is necessary, refer to Paragraph 11.1.
POWER switch
3. Close the main door.
WARNING!
Do not touch the touch screen when the machine is turned on.
The touch screen may malfunction.
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2.4 Adjusting Game Sound Volume Level
Referring to Paragraph 5.1, call the AUDIT mode.
1. Select “MACHINE SETUP”.
2. Select “SOUND SYSTEM”.
AUDIT MODE – SOUND SYSTEM
VOLUME SETTING MENU
SOUND TEST
EXIT
3.
Select “VOLUME SETTING MENU” to adjust the game sound
volume level.
AUDIT MODE –VOLUME SETTING MENU
MASTER VOLUME
BGM VOLUME
SOUND EFFECT VOLUME
ERROR VOLUME
SOUND TEST
1
1
1
20
CURSOR
UP
ENTER
CURSOR
DOWN
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AUDIT MODE – MASTER VOLUME SETTING
MASTER VOLUME
BGM VOLUME
SOUND EFFECT VOLUME
ERROR VOLUME
SOUND TEST
max volume 30
VOLUME 1
min volume 1
1
1
1
20
VOLUME
UP
ENTER
VOLUME
DOWN
PLAY
SOUND
CANCEL
2.5 Checking Machine Identification
Check the machine identification referring to “5.4 MACHINE IDENTIFICATION”.
POWER-ON CHECK LIST
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
Verify no error occurred during the POWER-UP self-test.
Verify the illuminations are properly turned ON.
Verify inserted coins/bills are correctly counted.
Verify the game buttons and the keyswitch are properly actuated.
Verify the two LCD’s are properly turned ON.
Verify the reels properly spin.
Verify the sound speakers properly produce sounds.
Verify the hopper properly pays out coins.
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Chapter 3: How to Play
3.1 Credit Meter
A player can insert either coins or notes to post credits to the CREDIT meter.
3.2 Game Buttons
A player can use the following game buttons:
COLLECT:
When this button is pressed with the credit meter value less
than or equal to the hopper pay limit, all the redeemable
credits are paid by coins from the hopper. If an amount over
the hopper pay limit is to be paid out, the machine locks up for
attendant handpay.
Refer to Paragraph 4.2 for “Attendant Handpay”.
GAME RULES: This button is used for calling the HELP screen.
RESERVE:
This button is used for displaying the message “RESERVED”.
3.2.1 INCA EMPIRE series
BET XX PER LINE:
Pressing one of bet buttons will determine the number of bets
per line to be staked.
PLAY XX LINE:
Pressing one of line buttons will determine the number of lines
to be played in the next game and start the game.
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RED PLAY XX LINE:
This button is used for selecting Red in the Double Up game.
The button is activated (1) after a player wins and presses the
GAMBLE button, and (2) after any successful Double Up is
attempt.
Selecting Play XX Line will play 1 line in the next game and
start the game.
BLACK PLAY XX LINE:
This button is used for selecting Black in the Double Up game.
Selecting Play XX Line will play XX lines in the next game
and start the game.
TAKE WIN:
Selecting TAKE WIN will add the total of a win to the credit
meter. The button is active after a winning game and after
any successful Double Up attempt.
GAMBLE/START FEATURE:
Pressing the GAMBLE button, the player can attempt to
Double Up a win.
Pressing the START FEATURE button, the player can attempt
to Feature game.
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3.2.2
GREAT ERUPTION series / WILD HUNTERS TIGER
series
MAX BET/GAMBLE:
Pressing the MAX BET button, the player can attempt to bet
maximum credits (MAX BET) at a time on a game play, and
spin the reels.
Pressing the GAMBLE button, the player can attempt to
Double Up a win.
REPEAT BET/ TAKE WIN/START FEATURE:
Pressing the REPEAT BET button, the player can start the
next game play in the same betting condition as in the last
game.
Selecting TAKE WIN will add the total of a win to the credit
meter. The button is active after a winning game and after any
successful Double Up attempt.
Pressing the START FEATURE button, the player can
attempt to Feature game.
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3.2.3
SCATTER SAFARI series
BET XX:
Pressing one of bet buttons will determine the number of bets
to be staked and start the game.
RED BET XX:
This button is used for selecting Red in the Double Up game.
The button is activated (1) after a player wins and presses the
GAMBLE button, and (2) after any successful Double Up is
attempt.
Selecting BET XX will start the game.
BLACK BET XX:
This button is used for selecting Black in the Double Up game.
Selecting BET XX will start the game.
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Chapter 4: Attendant Service for Assisting Games
This chapter shows services to be performed by attendants during game operations.
4.1 RESET/AUDIT Keyswitch
The RESET/AUDIT keyswitch is on the right side of the cabinet.
Turn the key clockwise to actuate the AUDIT keyswitch, and
ant-clockwise to actuate the RESET keyswitch.
4.2 POWER SAVE Keyswitch
The POWER SAVE keyswitch is beside the RESET/AUDIT keyswitch on the right side of
the cabinet. Turn the key anticlockwise to actuate the POWER SAVE keyswitch,
4.3 Attendant Handpay
In the following cases, the machine enters Attendant Handpay status.:
Case 1:
A player pressed the COLLECT button to cancel accumulated credits over
$1000.
Case2:
A player pressed the COLLECT button to cancel accumulated credits
(When the hopper and ticket printer is disabled)
Case3:
A player pressed the COLLECT button to cancel accumulated credits over
the hopper pay limit, “CANCEL CREDIT LEVEL (COINS)” that was
set in machine configuration. (When the hopper is enabled but ticket
printer is disabled.)
Case 4:
A player pressed the COLLECT button to cancel accumulated credits over
the hopper pay limit, “CANCEL CREDIT LEVEL (COINS)” that was
set in machine configuration. (When the ticket printer is enabled but a
communication error (P3 suspend) happened.)
NOTE:
The above attendant handpay function can be canceled by pressing the COLLECT button
again. Use the following procedure for attendant handpay:
1.
The value to be handpaid is displayed on the HAND PAY banner.
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2.
Jot down the displayed values.
3.
Pay the value to the player.
4.
Turn the RESET keyswitch.
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4.4 Electromechanical Meters
The following electromechanical meters are
provided just below the arm rest.
They show the following cumulative
counts up to 9999999, then roll
over to zero.
Electro mechanical
meters
Turn
Total
Cash
Cancelled
Money
Money
Cash-
Cash-
Over
Win
Box
Credits
In
Out
In
Out
Turn Over:
Shows the cumulative total of the money wagered on this machine.
Total Win: Shows the cumulative total of the wins generated by this machine and
transferred to the credit meter.
Cash Box: Shows the cumulative total of the cash actually deposited in the cash box.
Cancelled Credits:
Shows the cumulative total of the credits paid out by means of a “book
payout” and/or “ticket”.
Money In: Shows the cumulative total of the money transferred into this machine
from CCCE.
Money Out:
Shows the cumulative total of the money transferred out of this machine
to CCCE.
Cash-In: Shows the cumulative total of the cash (notes and coins) inserted and
accepted by this machine.
Cash-Out: Shows the cumulative total of the coins output from this machine.
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4.5 Filling Hopper with Coins/Tokens
WARNING!
The hopper cover must be removed by authorized personnel.
After filling the hopper, make sure to return the hopper cover and securely
screw it down.
When the hopper is getting short for coins/tokens, or when there is no coin/token in the
hopper, a “COIN OUT ERROR - HOPPER EMPTY” message is displayed on the screen.
Use the following procedure to fill the hopper coins/tokens:
1. Unlock the main door to open.
2. Pull forward the hopper to take it out.
Screw
3. .Remove the hopper cover by loosening the fixing screw (1 screw).
4. Fill the hopper with coins/tokens.
5. After filling the hopper, screw down the hopper cover onto the hopper.
6. Set the hopper onto the hopper rail.
7. Push the hopper until it seats to the hopper connector.
8. Close the main door.
9. Turn the RESET keyswitch to clear the error message.
10. Call the AUDIT mode by referring to Paragraph 5.1, and open
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“HOPPER REFILL”.
11. Follow the prompt line instructions.
12. After successfully completing the refill procedure, the message
‘HOPPER REFILL FINISHED - XXX COINS ADDED TO HOPPER’
will appear on the screen.
AUDIT MODE – HOPPER REFILL
HOPPER REFILL
EXIT
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4.6 Clearing Coin/Token Jam
4.6.1 Removing Jamming Coin/Token from Coin Acceptor
If the coin acceptor is blocked with a coin/token, a “COIN-IN JAM” error message is
displayed on the screen.
Use the following procedure to clear the jam:
1. Unlock the main door to open it.
2. Locate the coin acceptor on the back
of the main door.
3. When your coin acceptor is a MC-62
coin acceptor, slide the reference coin holder
in the arrow-indicated direction to remove
the jamming coin.
When your coin acceptor is a CONDOR
coin acceptor, open the coin acceptor as depicted
right to remove the jamming coin/token.
NOTE:
If necessary, remove the coin acceptor
in the following manner:
① Disconnect the cable connector
from the coin acceptor.
② Push up then pull forward (unhook)
the coin acceptor to remove it.
4. After clearing the coin jam, if the coin acceptor was removed, return the coin
acceptor onto the back of the main door, and connect the cable connector.
5.
Close the main door.
6.
Turn the RESET keyswitch to clear the error message.
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4.6.2 Removing Jamming Coin/Token from Hopper
WARNING!
RISK OF BURN
The shield of the hopper motor may be hot.
Wait until the shield cools down before touching the hopper.
Do not turn the shelf wheel forcibly for clearing a jamming coin/token.
If the hopper is blocked with a coin/token, a “HOPPER JAM” is displayed on the main
LCD screen.
Use the following procedure to clear the jam:
1. Unlock and unlatch the main door to open it.
2. Pull forward the hopper to take it out
Fixing
Screw
3. Remove the hopper cover by loosening the fixing screw (1 screw).
4. Take out all the coins/tokens from the hopper.
5. Clear the jamming coin/token in the following steps.
a.
Manually rotate the shelf wheel first counterclockwise, then clockwise to free
the jamming coin/token.
b.
Push the jamming coin/token back in by using the edge of a similar
coin/token.
6. After clearing the coin/token, fill the hopper with coins/tokens.
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7. Screw down the hopper cover onto the hopper.
8. Set the hopper onto the hopper rail inside the cabinet.
9. Push the hopper until it seats to the hopper connector.
10. Close the main door.
11. Turn the RESET keyswitch to clear the error message.
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4.7 Clearing Note Jam
If your note acceptor is blocked with a note, a “NOTE ACCEPTOR JAM” is displayed on
the screen.
NOTE:
Regarding a “NOTE ACCEPTOR STACKER JAM” error, refer to Service Manual,
Paragraph 6.4
Use the following procedure to clear the jam:
4.7.1 When your note acceptor is an ARGUS note acceptor;
1.
Unlock the main door to open it.
2.
Locate the latches just below the note validator
head.
3.
Squeeze the latches inward.
4.
Pull forward the note validator head to make the
note channel visible.
5.
Clear the jamming note.
Latches
If the jam persists;
6.
Locate the note validator module lock plate on the left side of the note acceptor
unit.
7.
Press the lock plate outward.
8.
Pull up the module to remove it.
9.
Disconnect the cable from the module.
10.
Clear the jamming note.
11.
After clearing the jam, return the module
into the note acceptor.
12.
Close the main door.
13.
Turn the RESET keyswitch to clear the error message.
Note validator module lock plate
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4.7.2 When your note acceptor is a CashCode note acceptor;
Use the following procedure to clear the jam:
1. Unlock the main door to open it.
2. Push up the note validator head release lever to
withdraw the note validator head.
3. Pull up the top cover release levers to
open the covers.
4. Clear the jamming note.
5.
After clearing the jam, close the top covers.
6.
Return the note validator head onto
the note acceptor.
NOTE:
When you return the head,
be sure to push it until
you hear a locking sound.
7.
Close the main door.
8.
Turn the RESET
keyswitch to clear the
error message.
Top cover release lever
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Chapter 4: Attendant Service for Assisting Games
4.8 Ticket Printer
4.8.1 When your printer is EPIC (Ithaca) printer:
Use the following procedure to load tickets into the ticket supply tray:
Ticket Printer
1. Open the main door and locate the ticket printer.
2. Withdraw the printer to take it out.
3. Load tickets into the ticket supply tray, making sure that the
black dot is positioned as show below:
4. Insert the leading ticket into the printer’s insertion guide until about a half of the ticket
is fed into the mechanism.
5. The machine automatically completes the feeding process.
6. Return the printer into the cabinet
7. Close and lock the main door.
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Feeding Paper
Use the FEED button to advance the paper to the top of the next form.
FEED Button
Removing Paper Jam
Use the following procedure to remove the jamming paper:
1. Unlock und unlatch the main door to open it.
2. Locate the ticket printer.
3. Withdraw the printer to take it out.
4. Lift and open the ticket cover.
5. Remove a jamming paper from the paper path.
and check for any debris.
6. Remove the remaining paper stack from the
paper tray.
7. Feed paper.
8. Return the printer into the cabinet.
9. Close and lock the main door.
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Chapter 5: AUDIT Mode
5.1 Accessing AUDIT Mode
When the game machine is on standby (that is, no game is being played, or there is no tilt
on this machine), you can access the AUDIT mode in the following procedure:
1.
Turn ON and OFF the AUDIT keyswitch to call the AUDIT mode.
AUDIT MODE – MAIN MENU
GMID:
0
PROGRAM #: ZANEP003
PROGRAM #: LOSEP003
FIRMWARE #: SPMRD046
FIRMWARE #: SPMDB046
PROGRAM #: SMOCX046
METER INFORMATION
TICKET HISTORY
GAME RECALL
HOPPER REFILL
MACHINE
IDENTIFICATION
ERROR LOG
GAME STATISTICS
MACHINE SETUP
EXIT
MOTHER BOARD BIOS #: AP31
BODY I/O PCB BIOS #: S1
DOOR I/O PCB BIOS #: S1
XCOM I/O PCB BIOS #: S1
KERNEL VERSION #: 2.6.12-1.1381_fc3 04
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Choose “METER INFORMATION” by touch. Otherwise, use the game buttons
on control panel.
3.
To exit to the game mode, touch “EXIT” or press the COLLECT button.
The MAIN MENU shows you GMID, PROGRAM # and FIRMWARE #.
a) Legend of the Sun / Flying Condor / Wild Hunters Tiger / Wild Hunters Tiger At
Dusk
EXIT
CURSOR
UP
ENTER
CURSOR
DOWN
b) Scatter Safari / Great Eruption / Great Eruption Shades of Red
EXIT
ENTER
CURSOR CURSOR
DOWN
UP
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Once in one of the Menus or Sub-Menus, several commands are available and are displayed
on the Command Line of the screen. Typical commands are described below.
NOTE:
All the Commands may not be available in a particular Sub Menu.
5.2
NEXT
Steps forward to the next item or menu.
PREVIOUS
Steps back to the previous item or menu.
PERIOD RESET
EXIT
Initializes PERIOD METER to zero.
Exits the particular Sub-Menu and returns to the previous
menu.
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METER INFORMATION
1st Page:
AUDIT MODE - SOFTWARE METER
MASTER METERS
TURNOVER
$
TOTAL WINS
$
CASHBOX
$
CANCELLED CREDITS
$
MONEY IN
$
MONEY OUT
$
CASH IN
$
CASH OUT
$
MISCELLANEOUS ACCRUAL
CREDIT
$
OCCURRENCE METER 1
OCCURRENCE METER 2
OCCURRENCE METER 3
OCCURRENCE METER 4
POWER UP
GAMES PLAYED SINCE LAST POWER ON
GAMES PLAYED SINCE LAST DOOR OPEN
GAMES PLAYED
EXTRA COIN OUT
HOPPER REFIL
$
HOPPER LEVEL
$
COIN IN TIMEOUT
COIN IN YO YO
HOPPER JAM
HOPPER DISCONNECT
COIN TO CASHBOX OR DIVERTER FAULT
EXIT
NEXT
PREVIOUS
4.00
4.00
4.00
4.00
4.00
4.00
4.00
4.00
N/A
4.00
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
6
6
5
0
0
4.00
4.00
5
5
5
5
5
PERIOD METERS
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
4.00
4.00
4.00
4.00
4.00
4.00
4.00
4.00
$
4.00
PERIOD RESET
This machine has MASTER and PERIOD soft meters. The MASTER meters
show the statistical accounting information since the last RAM clear. The
PERIOD meters show the same but temporary information since either the last
RAM CLEAR or PERIOD RESET whichever more recent. Refer to our Service
Manual, Paragraph 6.1 for how to RAM CLEAR.
NOTE:
Audit reports may vary between jurisdictions, e.g. currency type and button
layout.
CAUTION!
Clearing MASTER meters must be done only by qualified personnel. Once
the MASTER meters are cleared, they cannot be retrieved.
Please write down all the necessary meter readings before clearing
the RAM.
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This screen displays all audit related data details since last RAM Clear.
Represents the cumulative total of all money wagered.
TURNOVER
TOTAL WINS
Represents the cumulative total of all wins generated
and transferred to the credit meter.
CASHBOX
Represents the cumulative total of the monetary value of
cash that is actually deposited.
CANCELLED CREDITS
Represents the cumulative total of all credits paid out by
means of a payout.
MONEY IN
Represents the cumulative total of the value of money
transferred into the gaming machine from centralized
cash control equipment (CCCE).
MONEY OUT
Represents the cumulative total of the value of money
transferred out of the gaming machine to Centralised
Cash Control Equipment (CCCE).
CASH IN
Represents the cumulative total of the value of all cash
(notes and coins) inserted and accepted.
CASH OUT
Represents the cumulative total of the value of all coins
output.
MISCELLANEOUS
ACCRUAL
This meter is intended for a machine that implements
special stand alone functions where prize money is
accrued "in the background" according to some approved
method and is transferred to the credit and win meters
when a certain "winning event" occurs.
CREDIT
Represents the current accumulated credit balance that
can be redeemed by the player.
OCCURRENCE METER 1
N/A
OCCURRENCE METER 2
N/A
OCCURRENCE METER 3
N/A
OCCURRENCE METER 4
N/A
POWER UP
GAMES PLAYED SINCE
LAST POWER ON
Indicates the number of times the machine has been
switched on. Incrementation takes place each time the
machine is switched on after the power was off.
Indicates the number of games played since last power
up.
GAMES PLAYED SINCE
LAST DOOR OPEN
Indicates the number of games played since last door
open.
GAMES PLAYED
Represents the cumulative total of games played.
EXTRA COIN OUT
Represents the total number of extra coins dispensed by
the hopper.
HOPPER REFIL
Indicates the accumulated hopper refill amount.
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HOPPER LEVEL
Indicates the current hopper level.
COIN IN TIMEOUT
Number of coin jammed errors.
COIN IN YO YO
Represents the total number of coin in yo-yo occurrences
(When a coin does not go through the coin optics in the
coin acceptor via the proper sequence e.g. coin went to
acceptor via opposite sequence.)
HOPPER JAM
Represents the total number of occurrences of hopper
jams.
HOPPER DISCONNECT
Represents the total number of occurrences of hopper
disconnects.
COIN TO CASHBOX OR
DIVERTER FAULT
Total number of coin acceptor diverter faults when coins
went to the cash box if coins are expected to go into
hopper (or vise versa).
AUDIT MODE - SOFTWARE METER
NOTE ACCEPTOR STATISTICS
$5 NOTES
$10 NOTES
$20 NOTES
$50 NOTES
$100 NOTES
------------------------------------------TOTAL VALUE
NOTES ACCEPTED
REJECTED NOTES
% NOTES ACCEPTED
MASTER METERS
PERIOD METERS
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
$
%
0
0
0
0
STACKER REMOVED
STACKER FULL
NOTE ACCEPTOR ERRORS
NOTE ACCEPTOR DOOR OPENED
NOTE ACCEPTOR DISCONNECTED
NOTE ACCEPTOR JAMMED
0
0
0
0
0
0
THE LAST NOTE
2ND LAST NOTE
3RD LAST NOTE
4TH LAST NOTE
5TH LAST NOTE
$
$
$
$
$
0
0
0
0
0
BANKNOTE LIMIT
$
%
PERIOD VALUE
$
$
$
$
$
0
0
0
0
0
$
0
0
$
$
$
$
$
10000
* A BANKNOTE CLEARANCE (PERIOD RESET) CAN ONLY BE PERFORMED IF THE STACKER IS REMOVED.
EXIT
NEXT
PREVIOUS
PERIOD RESET
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$5 NOTES
$10 NOTES
$20 NOTES
$50 NOTES
$100 NOTES
TOTAL VALUE
NOTES ACCEPTED
REJECTED NOTES
% NOTES ACCEPTED
STACKER REMOVED
STACKER FULL
NOTE ACCEPTOR
ERRORS
NOTE ACCEPTOR DOOR
OPENED
NOTE ACCEPTOR
DISCONNECTED
NOTE ACCEPTOR
JAMMED
THE LAST NOTE
2ND LAST NOTE
3RD LAST NOTE
4TH LAST NOTE
5TH LAST NOTE
BANKNOTE LIMIT
Chapter 5: AUDIT Mode
Total number of $5 notes entered.
Total number of $10 notes entered.
Total number of $20 notes entered.
Total number of $50 notes entered.
Total number of $100 notes entered.
Total value of notes accepted.
Total number of notes accepted.
Total number of notes rejected.
Percentage of accepted notes.
Total number of times the stacker has been
removed.
Total number of times the stacker has been
full.
Total number of Note Acceptor errors.
Total number of times the note acceptor
door has been opened.
Total number of times the note acceptor has
been disconnected.
Total number of times the note acceptor has
been jammed.
The last note entered.
2nd last note entered.
3rd last note entered.
4th last note entered.
5th last note entered.
Upper limit of banknote value.
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AUDIT MODE - SOFTWARE METER
TICKET IN/OUT (TITO) STATISTICS
MASTER METERS
PERIOD METERS
0
0
0
0
0
0
TICKET IN ACCEPTED
TICKET IN REJECTED
TICKET OUT PRINTED
TOTAL TICKET IN
TOTAL TICKET OUT
$ 0.00
$ 0.00
$ 0.00
$ 0.00
HOST ID: ********
EXIT
NEXT
PREVIOUS
TICKET IN ACCEPTED
TICKET IN REJECTED
TICKET OUT PRINTED
TOTAL TICKET IN
TOTAL TICKET OUT
HOST ID
PERIOD RESET
Total number of tickets accepted.
Total number of tickets rejected.
Total number of ticket printed.
Total value of ticket accepted.
Total value of ticket printed.
ID number of host computer
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5.3 GAME RECALL
GAME RECALL (METER)
AUDIT MODE – GAME RECALL
LAST PLAY INFORMATION
MASTER METER
CREDIT BET
CREDIT START LESS CR. BET
CREDIT WON
CREDIT END
COINS ADDED (CREDITS)
NOTES ADDED (CREDITS)
CASHLESS ADDED (CREDITS)
TOTAL CREDITS ADDED
25
0
0
0
TURNOVER
$ 4.00
TOTAL WINS
$ 5.00
CASHBOX
$ 0.00
CANCELLED CREDITS
$ 0.00
MONEY IN
$ 0.00
MONEY OUT
$ 0.00
CASH IN
$ 0.00
CASH OUT
$ 0.00
MISCELLANEOUS ACCRUAL
$ 0.00
OCCURRENCE METER 1
0
OCCURRENCE METER 2
0
OCCURRENCE METER 3
0
OCCURRENCE METER 4
0
POWER UP
GAMES PLAYED SINCE LAST POWER UP
0
GAMES PLAYED SINCE LAST DOOR OPEN
0
GAMES PLAYED
RCR STROKE
0
RCR TURNOVER
$ 0.00
RCR WIN
$ 0.00
0
0
0
-----------------0
COINS COLLECTED (CREDITS)
0
TICKETS COLLECTED (CREDITS)
0
CASHLESS COLLECTED (CREDITS)
0
-----------------TOTAL CREDITS COLLECTED
0
TOTAL VALUE CANCELLED
PROGRESSIVE PRIZES
$ 0.00
$ 0.00
RCR STROKE
RCR TURNOVER
RCR WIN
0
$ 0.00
$ 0.00
GAME START DATE
GAME END DATE
EXIT
NEXT
08/06/2007 19:22:38
08/06/2007 19:22:38
PREVIOUS
LAST PLAY
The result of the last 5 games is available in GAME RECALL mode. All
information pertaining to the game is displayed.
NEXT steps to the double up screen and then the Last Game screen.
Double Up screen will be displayed after each game screen (see next Page).
CREDIT BET
The number of credits bet on this game.
CREDIT START The number of credits posted when this game started.
LESS CR. BET
CREDIT WON
The number of credits won in this game.
CREDIT END
The number of credits when this game ended.
COIN ADDED
(CREDIT)
The number of credits posted by inserting coins after the
previous game ended and before this game ended.
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NOTE ADDED
(CREDIT)
The number of credits posted by inserting notes after the
previous game ended and before this game ended.
CASHLESS
ADDED (CREDIT)
TOTAL CREDITS
ADDED
The number of credits posted by Credit-In communication after
the previous game ended and before this game ended.
The total number of credits calculated by “COIN ADDED
(CREDIT) + NOTE ADDED (CREDIT) + CASHLESS
ADDED (CREDIT)”.
The number of credits paid out from the hopper after the
previous game ended and before the game ended.
COINS
COLLECTED
(CREDIT)
TICKET
COLLECTED
(CREDIT)
CASHLESS
COLLECTED
(CREDIT)
TOTAL CREDIT
COLLECTED
The number of credits paid out by a ticket after the previous
game ended and before the game ended.
The number of credits paid out by Credit-In communication
after the previous game ended and before this game ended.
The total number of credits calculated by “COINS
COLLECTED (CREDIT) + TICKET COLLECTED
(CREDIT) + CASHLESS COLLECTED (CREDIT)”.
TOTAL VALUE The value converted from the above “TOTAL CREDIT
COLLECTED”
CANCELLED
PROGRESSIVE
PRIZED
The progressive meter count when this game ended.
TURNOVER
The accumulated value bet on the machine before this game
ended.
TOTAL WINS
The accumulated value won on the machine before this game
ended.
CASHBOX
The accumulated value of coins in the cash box before this
game ended.
CANCELLED
CREDITS
The accumulated credits handpaid by an attendant before this
game ended.
MONEY IN
The accumulated value input in this machine before this game
ended.
MONEY OUT
The accumulated value paid out from the machine before this
game ended
MISCELLANEO
US ACCRUAL
Not used.
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OCCURRENCE
METER 1-4
The meter reading of the progressive meter 1-4 when this
game starts.
POWER UP
The number of times when the power is on before this game.
GAMES PLAYED The number of games since the last power on.
SINCE LAST
POWERUP
GAMES PLAYED The number of games since the last main door OPEN.
SINCE LAST
DOOR OPEN
GAMES PLAYED The number of games since the last RAM CLEAR.
RCR STROKE
The number of times that Residual Credit Gamble game is
played.
RCR
TURNOVER
The total amount of bet credits for Residual Credit Gamble
game.
RCR WIN
The total amount of won credits for Residual Credit Gamble
game.
GAME START
DATE
Date and time when the game was started.
GAME END
DATE
Date and time when the game was ended.
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GAME RECALL (GAME)
AUDIT MODE – GAME RECALL
CREDIT BET/LINE
BET
WON
EXIT
1
25
130
NEXT
PREVIOUS
CREDIT
BET/LINE
The number of bets per line.
BET
The number of credits bet on this game.
WON
The number of credits won in this game.
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GAME RECALL (DOUBLE UP)
AUDIT MODE – GAME RECALL
BEFORE DOUBLE UP
AFTER 1ST DOUBLE UP
AFTER 2ND DOUBLE UP
AFTER 3RD DOUBLE UP
AFTER 4TH DOUBLE UP
AFTER 5TH DOUBLE UP
EXIT
NEXT
YOUR CARD
ACTUAL CARD
WON
CREDIT
BLACK
BLACK
-------------------------------
BLACK
RED
-------------------------------
15
15
0
-------------------------------
100
100
100
-------------------------------
PREVIOUS
LAST PLAY
In the above screen, the credit was 100 and credit won was 15 BEFORE
DOUBLE UP. The credit won was not added to old credit and if double up win,
then the credit won will be added. AFTER 1ST DOUBLE UP, credit 15 is lost
and old credit 100 is not changed.
NEXT steps to the LAST GAME stored.
If the Last Game is a Bonus Game, then Bonus Game screen will be displayed
(see next Page).
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GAME RECALL (BONUS GAME)
AUDIT MODE – GAME RECALL
CREDIT BET/LINE
BET
WON
EXIT
1
25
130
NEXT
BONUS GAME TRIGGER
CREDITS BET MULTIPLIER
BONUS WIN
SUN BONUS
0
100
PREVIOUS
Bonus game can be identified by additional information displayed on the
screen.
Note;
This function may vary depending on game titles.
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GAME RECALL (FREE GAME)
AUDIT MODE – GAME RECALL
CREDIT BET/LINE
BET
WON
1
25
130
ACCUMULATED WINS
FREE GAME 1 of 5
EXIT
NEXT
LAST GAME
PREVIOUS
The free game can be identified by additional information displayed on the screen.
First, the free game trigger is displayed as shown above.
Select the “NEXT” to see the next screen of the free game.
Otherwise, use the game buttons on control panel.
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AUDIT MODE – GAME RECALL
CREDIT BET/LINE
BET
WON
1
25
130
ACCUMULATED WINS
FREE GAME 1 of 5
EXIT
NEXT
LAST GAME
PREVIOUS
The free game results are displayed.
The credits won in the free game plays are displayed at the upper right of the screen.
Select the “NEXT” and “PREVIOUS” to see the game result of each free game play.
Otherwise, use the game buttons on control panel.
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5.4 MACHINE IDENTIFICATION
Select “MACHINE IDENTIFICATION” to show the information on the machine.
AUDIT MODE – MACHINE IDENTIFICATION
MACHINE NUMBER (GMID)
STANDARD DATA BLOCK VERSION
MANUFACTURER DATA BLOCK VERSION
MANUFACTURER IDENTIFICATION
PROGRAM IDENTIFICATION SYSTEM
GAME
FIRMWARE IDENTIFICATION BODY
DOOR
XCOM
BASE CREDIT VALUE (CENT)
PROGRESSIVE LEVELS SUPPORTED
CCCE TRANSFER LIMIT
HOPPER LIMIT (COINS)
MULTI-GAME IDENTIFICATION NUMBER
THEORETICAL PRTP
MAXIMUM POSSIBLE WIN VALUE (MPWV) (CREDIT)
EXIT
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1
0102
5AA5
06
ZANEP003
LOSEP003
SPMRD046
RSPMDB046
SMOCX046
1
0
ON $10000.00
10
00
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MACHINE NUMBER (GMID)
Gaming Machine identification number.
STANDARD DATA BLOCK
VERSION
Assigned by protocol
MANUFACTURER DATA BLOCK
VERSION
Assigned by protocol.
MANUFACTURER
IDENTIFICATION
Manufacturer identification number assigned
by protocol.
PROGRAM IDENTIFICATION
SYSTEM
Program identification number of system.
PROGRAM IDENTIFICATION
GAME
Program identification number of game.
FIRMWARE IDENTIFICATION
BODY
Firmware identification number of both the
Boot EPROM and game EPROMs.
FIRMWARE IDENTIFICATION
DOOR
Firmware identification number of both the
Boot EPROM and game EPROMs.
FIRMWARE IDENTIFICATION
XCOM
Firmware identification number of both the
Boot EPROM and game EPROMs.
BASE CREDIT VALUE (CENT)
Base credit denomination in cents.
PROGRESSIVE LEVELS
SUPPORTED
N/A
CCCE TRANSFER LIMIT
Maximum CCCE transfer limit.
HOPPER LIMIT (COINS)
Hopper Cashout limit.
MULTI GAME IDENTIFICATION
NUMBER
N/A
THEORETICAL PRT (%)
Average % of total credits played that are
returned to player.
MAX. POSSIBLE WIN VALUE
(CREDITS)
Maximum possible win for one play.
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5.5 GAME STATISTICS
AUDIT MODE – GAME STATISTICS
GAME
INCA EMPIRE
CREDITS WON
0.00%
GAMES WON
0.00%
- TYPE 5 HEROES
4 HEROES
3 HEROES
2 HEROES
5 BOXS
4 BOXES
3 BOXES
2 BOXES
5 MASKS
4 MASKS
3 MASKS
2 MASKS
5 CUPS
4 CUPS
3 CUPS
5 MAPS
4 MAPS
3 MAPS
5 SNAKES
4 SNAKES
3 SNAKES
5 ACES
4 ACES
3 ACES
5 KINGS
4 KINGS
3 KINGS
5 QUEENS
4 QUEENS
3 QUEENS
5 JACKS
4 JACKS
3 JACKS
- COUNT 0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
- TYPE 5 TENS
4 TENS
3 TENS
5 GOLDS
4 GOLDS
3 GOLDS
2 GOLDS
- COUNT 0
0
0
0
0
0
0
This screen displays the occurrence of all winning combinations for the game.
The symbol names may vary as they are game dependant.
Both the percentage of credits won and the percentage of games won are
displayed at the top of the screen.
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5.6 TICKET HISTORY
1st page
AUDIT MODE – TICKET HISTORY
GMID:
000000
TICKET #
1. 0000002
2. 0000002
TICKETS OUT
DATE
27/10/2005
27/10/2005
TIME
22:45:49
22:44:07
AMOUNT ($)
437
900
EXIT
The history of the last 35 issued tickets is displayed.
2nd page
AUDIT MODE – TICKET HISTORY
HOST ID:
DATE
1. 27/10/2005
2. 27/10/2005
000000
TICKETS IN (ACCEPTED)
TIME
22:45:49
22:44:07
BARCODE NUMBER
000000123456789
000000123456789
EXIT
The history of the last 35 accepted tickets is displayed.
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3rd page
AUDIT MODE – TICKET HISTORY
HOST ID:
DATE
1. 27/10/2005
2. 27/10/2005
000000
TICKETS IN (REJECTED)
TIME
22:45:49
22:44:07
BARCODE NUMBER
000000123456789
000000123456789
EXIT
The history of the last 35 rejected tickets is displayed.
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5.7 HOPPER REFILL
AUDIT MODE – HOPPER REFILL
HOPPER REFILL
EXIT
This screen is used to refill the hopper with the number of coins as set after the last
RAM CLEAR.
(XXX is the refill amount which was configured from RAM Clear Setup screen).
Follow the prompt line instructions and after successfully completing the refill
procedure the message ‘HOPPER REFILL FINISHED – XXX COINS ADDED TO
HOPPER’ will appear on the screen.
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5.8 ERROR LOG
AUDIT MODE – ERROR LOG
DESCRIPTION
MOST RECENT --> 1. PRINTER DISCONNECTED
2. PRINTER DISCONNECTED
3. PLAY SUSPENDED P3
4. BODY PCB OPEN
5. PRINTER DISCONNECTED
6. BODY PCB OPEN
7. PRINTER DISCONNECTED
8. BODY PCB OPEN
DATE
27/10/2005
27/10/2005
27/10/2005
27/10/2005
27/10/2005
27/10/2005
27/10/2005
27/10/2005
TIME
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The history of the last 200 errors is displayed.
This screen displays the error log occurred in the game in order by date and time.
5.9 MACHINE SETUP
Refer to our Service Manual, Chapter 3, “Software Setting”.
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G-ENEX Video Slot Gaming Machine
Chapter 6: Error Messages
Chapter 6: Error Messages
This chapter shows the error messages and their remedial actions. .
WARNING!
Accessing into the cabinet must be performed by qualified maintenance/service
personnel.
Turn OFF the machine before accessing into the cabinet for remedial actions.
6.1 Start-up Self Test Errors
Message
Normal
Message
Error
Message
Cause
Remedy
Turn the machine OFF
and ON.
If the error persists;
1. Turn OFF the
machine.
Body I/O PCB
A body I/O
DIS2. Check for
communication CONNECTED
communication
CONNECTED
disconnections of
test
error occurred.
the communication
cables.
3. After the
intervention, restart
the machine.
Turn the machine OFF
and ON.
If the error persists;
1. Turn OFF the
Door PCB
A door I/O
machine.
DIScommunication CONNECTED
communication 2. Check for
CONNECTED
test
error occurred.
disconnections of
the communication
cables.
After the intervention,
restart the machine.
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Chapter 6: Error Messages
EEPROM test OK
Program test
OK
GAL test
OK
BODY PCB
test
OK
DOOR PCB
test
OK
GMEM PCB
test
OK
CPU fan test
OK
Referring to Service
The EEPROM is
Manual, replace the
damaged.
GMEM PCB.
Referring to Service
The Compact
CRACKED
Manual, replace the
Flash corrupted.
Compact Flash.
The ID of the
Check if the GMEM
GAL does not PCB and GAL are
GAME ID
match to the one securely seated.
UNMATCHED
of the Compact Check for damage of the
Flash.
GAL.
Referring to Service
Manual, replace the
The machine
GAL.
could not read
FAULT
the data of GAL,
If the error persists,
or the GAL is
referring to Service
damaged.
Manual, replace the
GMEM PCB.
The body I/O
Turn the RESET
CHANGED
PCB was
keyswitch.
replaced.
The back-up
Turn the RESET
RAM of the
keyswitch to clear the
CRACKED
Body I/O PCB SRAM of the Body I/O
corrupted.
PCB.
The door PCB Turn the RESET
CHANGED
was replaced.
keyswitch.
The back-up
Turn the RESET
CRACKED
RAM of the door keyswitch to clear the
PCB corrupted. SRAM of the door PCB.
The GMEM
Referring to Service
FAULT
PCB was
Manual, replace the
damaged.
GMEM PCB.
1. Referring to Service
Manual, take out the
security cage.
2. Wait until the PCB's
cool down.
A CPU fan error
FAULT
3. Replace the CPU
occurred.
fan.
4. After the
intervention, turn
the RESET
keyswitch.
FAULT
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Chapter 6: Error Messages
SECURITY
OK
CAGE fan test
FAULT
Backup battery
OK
test
LOW
Backup
memory test
POWER OFF
DURING
WRITING
OK
CRACKED
Backup version
OK
test
FAULT
1. Referring to Service
Manual, take out
the security cage.
2. Wait until the PCB's
A security cage
cool down.
fan error
3. Replace the security
occurred.
cage fan.
4. After the
intervention, turn
the RESET
keyswitch.
The backup
Referring to Service
battery on the
Manual, replace the
mother board is
backup battery.
low.
The power
failure occurred
during time
Turn the RESET
when data was keyswitch.
written on the
backup RAM.
The RAM is
defective, or the Clear the RAM
RAM was
Refer to Service Manual
corrupted.
The program
Clear the RAM
media or GAL
Refer to Service Manual
was replaced.
6.2 System Errors
Condition
Display
A body I/O
COMMUNICATION
communication error
ERROR - BODY PCB
occurred.
A door I/O
COMMUNICATION
communication error
ERROR - DOOR PCB
occurred.
A AUSCOM I/O
COMMUNICATION
communication error
ERROR - XCOM PCB
occurred.
A GMEM - driver (loki) GMEM PCB READ
open/read error
ERROR
occurred.
6-3
Alarm
Screen,
Message,
Bell
Screen,
Message,
Bell
Screen,
Message,
Bell
Screen,
Message,
Bell
Lock UP Reset
YES
Turn the RESET
keyswitch.
YES
Turn the RESET
keyswitch.
YES
Turn the RESET
keyswitch.
YES
Wait until the error is
cleared.
G-ENEX Video Slot Gaming Machine
Chapter 6: Error Messages
The backup battery on LOW RAM BACK-UP
the mother board is low. BATTERY MOTHERBOARD
The backup battery on LOW RAM BACK-UP
the GMEM PCB is low. BATTERY - GMEM PCB
Screen,
Message,
Bell
Screen,
Message,
Bell
The backup battery on LOW RAM BACK-UP
Screen,
the Body I/O PCB is
BATTERY - BODY PCB Message,
low.
Bell
The backup battery on LOW RAM BACK-UP
Screen,
the Door I/O PCB is
BATTERY - DOOR PCB Message,
low.
Bell
The backup battery on LOW RAM BACK-UP
Screen,
the AUSCOM PCB is BATTERY - XCOM PCB Message,
low.
Bell
The program media was MEDIA REMOVED
Screen,
removed during power DURING POWER DOWN Message,
down.
Bell
The IDE cable was
IDE CABLE
Screen,
disconnected during
DISCONNECTED
Message,
power down.
DURING POWER DOWN Bell
The power was turned POWER OFF DURING Screen,
off during setting.
SETTING
Message,
Bell
The self audit is failed. SELF AUDIT ERROR
Screen,
Message,
Bell
A CPU fan error
CPU FAN ABNORMAL Screen,
occurred.
Message,
Bell
A security fan box fan SECURITY CAGE FAN Screen,
error occurred.
ABNORMAL
Message,
Bell
The ID of Body I/O
BODY PCB SRAM ID
Screen,
PCB SRAM is not
ERROR
Message,
correct.
Bell
The ID of Door I/O
DOOR PCB SRAM ID
Screen,
PCB SRAM is not
ERROR
Message,
correct.
Bell
6-4
YES
Change the battery.
YES
Change the battery.
YES
Change the battery.
YES
Change the battery.
YES
Change the battery.
NO
-
NO
-
YES
Wait until the error is
cleared.
YES
Turn the RESET
keyswitch.. Clear the
RAM.
Wait until the error is
cleared.
YES
YES
YES
YES
Wait until the error is
cleared.
G-ENEX Video Slot Gaming Machine
Chapter 6: Error Messages
The Body I/O PCB was BODY PCB CHANGED
changed.
The Door I/O PCB was DOOR PCB CHANGED
changed.
The SRAM of Body I/O BODY PCB SRAM
PCB is abnormal.
ERROR
The SRAM of Door I/O DOOR PCB SRAM
PCB is abnormal.
ERROR
The RAM is defective,
or the RAM was
corrupted.
The Compact Flash
corrupted.
GAME PROGRAM
MISMATCH
The machine has been
recovered from power
down or an
instantaneous power
failure.
The DOOR I/O PCB or
BODY I/O PCB
corrupted.
The power is up just
after power save.
POWER RESET
PROGRAM
CORRUPTED
DOOR/BODY PCB
FIRMWARE
CORRUPTED
POWER UP - SAVE
Screen,
Message,
Bell
Screen,
Message,
Bell
Screen,
Message,
Bell
Screen,
Message,
Bell
Screen,
Message,
Bell
Screen,
Message,
Bell
Screen,
Message,
Bell
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
Turn the RESET
keyswitch.. Clear the
RAM.
YES
Screen, YES
Message,
Bell
Screen, NO
Message,
Bell
A communication error COMMUNICATION
Screen, YES
occurred when the
ERROR AT POWER ON Message
machine was turned
ON.
SEF PORT 1 is
PLAY SUSPENDED P1 Screen, YES
disconnected.
Message,
Bell
SEF PORT 2 is
PLAY SUSPENDED P2 Screen, YES
disconnected.
Message,
Bell
6-5
Turn the RESET
keyswitch.. Clear the
RAM.
Turn the RESET
keyswitch.. Clear the
RAM.
Turn the RESET
keyswitch.. Clear the
RAM.
Turn the RESET
keyswitch.. Clear the
RAM.
Clear the RAM.
-
Reconnect SEF
PORT1
Reconnect SEF
PORT2
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Chapter 6: Error Messages
SEF PORT 3 is
disconnected.
PLAY SUSPENDED P3
SEF PORT 4 is
disconnected.
PLAY SUSPENDED P4
SEF PORT 5 is
disconnected.
PLAY SUSPENDED P5
SEF PORT 6 is
disconnected.
PLAY SUSPENDED P6
Screen,
Message,
Bell
Screen,
Message,
Bell
Screen,
Message,
Bell
Screen,
Message,
Bell
YES
Reconnect SEF
PORT3
YES
Reconnect SEF
PORT4
YES
Reconnect SEF
PORT5
YES
Reconnect SEF
PORT6
6.3 Communication Data Error
Condition
Communicated data
were not correct.
Display
COMMUNICATION
DATA ERROR
The machine did not
receive any message
from the Host for the
preset time period.
COMMUNICATION
OFFLINE ERROR
Alarm
Lock UP Reset
Screen, YES
Message,
Bell
Screen, YES
Message,
Bell
6.4 Mechanical Meter Errors
Condition
Display
Alarm
The meter #1 was
MECHANICAL METER Screen,
disconnected or broken. #1
Message,
FAULT/DISCONNECTED Bell
The meter #2 was
MECHANICAL METER Screen,
disconnected or broken. #2
Message,
FAULT/DISCONNECTED Bell
The meter #3 was
MECHANICAL METER Screen,
disconnected or broken. #3
Message,
FAULT/DISCONNECTED Bell
The meter #4 was
MECHANICAL METER Screen,
disconnected or broken. #4
Message,
FAULT/DISCONNECTED Bell
6-6
Lock UP Reset
YES
Turn the RESET
keyswitch..
YES
Turn the RESET
keyswitch..
YES
Turn the RESET
keyswitch..
YES
Turn the RESET
keyswitch..
G-ENEX Video Slot Gaming Machine
Chapter 6: Error Messages
The meter #5 was
MECHANICAL METER Screen,
disconnected or broken. #5
Message,
FAULT/DISCONNECTED Bell
The meter #6 was
MECHANICAL METER Screen,
disconnected or broken. #6
Message,
FAULT/DISCONNECTED Bell
The meter #7 was
MECHANICAL METER Screen,
disconnected or broken. #7
Message,
FAULT/DISCONNECTED Bell
The meter #8 was
MECHANICAL METER Screen,
disconnected or broken. #8
Message,
FAULT/DISCONNECTED Bell
YES
Turn the RESET
keyswitch..
YES
Turn the RESET
keyswitch..
YES
Turn the RESET
keyswitch..
YES
Turn the RESET
keyswitch..
6.5 Coin Acceptor Errors
Condition
Display
A coin jam occurred in COIN IN ERROR the coin acceptor or at TIMEOUT
the diverter photo
sensor. The diverter
photo sensor is out of
order (no feed back
signal detected).
A coin moved in the
COIN IN ERROR - YO
reverse direction in the YO
coin acceptor.
COIN ACCEPTOR
The coin acceptor
outputs an inappropriate ERROR
signal.
A coin was
COIN TO CASHBOX OR
inappropriately diverted DIVERTER FAULT
to the drop.
A coin jam occurred in DROP JAM
the drop.
Alarm
Lock UP Reset
Screen, YES
Clear the Jam
Message,
Bell
Screen,
Message,
Bell
Screen,
Message,
Bell
Screen,
Message,
Bell
Screen,
Message,
Bell
YES
Turn the RESET
keyswitch..
YES
Turn the RESET
keyswitch..
YES
Turn the RESET
keyswitch..
YES
Turn the RESET
keyswitch..
Alarm
Lock UP Reset
6.6 Hopper Errors
Condition
Display
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Chapter 6: Error Messages
A coin jam occurred in
the hopper bowl or the
coin-out path.
The hopper is getting
empty.
The hopper
malfunctioned and
unexpectedly
paid coins or hopper
paid extra coins.
The hopper was
disconnected.
COIN OUT ERROR JAM
COIN OUT ERROR HOPPER EMPTY
COIN OUT ERROR EXCESS PAYOUT ##
HOPPER
DISCONNECTED
Screen, YES
Message,
Bell
Screen, YES
Message,
Bell
Screen, YES
Message,
Bell
Clear the Jam
Screen, YES
Message,
Bell
Turn the RESET
keyswitch..
Turn the RESET
keyswitch..
Turn the RESET
keyswitch..
6.7 Note Acceptor Errors
Condition
A bill jam occurred at
the bill stacker
Display
NOTE STACKER JAM
Alarm
Screen,
Message,
Bell
A bill jam occurred at NOTE ACCEPTOR JAM Screen,
the bill acceptor
Message,
module.
Bell
The bill stacker was
NOTE STACKER
Screen,
removed.
REMOVED
Message,
Bell
The bill stacker got full. NOTE STACKER FULL Screen,
Message,
Bell
A communication error NOTE ACCEPTOR
Screen,
occurred in the bill
DISCONNECTED
Message,
acceptor.
Bell
The bill acceptor fell in NOTE ACCEPTOR
Screen,
a pause mode.
FAILURE
Message,
Bell
The bill acceptor fell in NOTE ACCEPTOR
Screen,
a pause mode.
PAUSE
Message,
Bell
6-8
Lock UP Reset
YES
Clear the Jam
YES
Clear the Jam
YES
Turn the RESET
keyswitch..
YES
Empty the stacker
YES
Reconnect the note
acceptor
YES
Turn the RESET
keyswitch..
YES
Turn the RESET
keyswitch..
G-ENEX Video Slot Gaming Machine
Chapter 6: Error Messages
The bill acceptor
detected a cheat.
NOTE ACCEPTOR
CHEAT
An inserted bill was
consecutively rejected
over 10times
EXCESSIVE NOTE
REJECTS
Screen, YES
Message,
Bell
Screen, YES
Message,
Bell
Turn the RESET
keyswitch..
Turn the RESET
keyswitch..
6.8 Ticket Printer Errors
Condition
The ticket cover was
opened.
Display
PRINTER OPEN
The paper was depleted. PRINTER PAPER OUT
The paper runs short.
PRINTER PAPER LOW
A paper jam occurred.
PRINTER JAMMED
The ticket printer was
disconnected.
PRINTER
DISCONNECTED
An error occurred
PRINTER ERROR
during the time when a
ticket is being printed
out.
Alarm
Screen,
Message,
Bell
Screen,
Message,
Bell
Screen,
Message
Screen,
Message,
Bell
Screen,
Message,
Bell
Screen,
Message,
Bell
Lock UP Reset
YES
YES
Feed papers
YES
Feed papers
YES
Clear the Jam
YES
Reconnect the Note
Acceptor
YES
Turn the RESET
keyswitch..
6.9 Door Events
Condition
A door open was
detected by the
mechanical switch on
the main door.
The main door open
was detected by the
optics.
Display
MAIN DOOR OPEN
Alarm
Lock UP Reset
Screen, YES
Close the door.
Message,
Bell
MAIN DOOR OPEN
(OPTICAL)
Screen, YES
Message,
Bell
6-9
Close the door.
G-ENEX Video Slot Gaming Machine
Chapter 6: Error Messages
A door open was
FRONT DOOR OPEN
detected by the
mechanical switch on
the front door.
The front door open
FRONT DOOR OPEN
was detected by the
(OPTICAL)
optical sensor.
The belly door is open. BELLY DOOR OPEN
Screen, YES
Message,
Bell
Screen,
Message,
Bell
Screen,
Message,
Bell
The door of the coin
CASH BOX DOOR OPEN Screen,
drop box is open.
Message,
Bell
The door of the security SECURITY CAGE OPEN Screen,
cage is open.
Message,
Bell
The door of the bill
STACKER DOOR OPEN Screen,
stacker is open.
Message,
Bell
The Body I/O PCB
BODY PCB OPEN
Screen,
cover was removed.
Message,
Bell
The Door I/O PCB
DOOR PCB OPEN
Screen,
cover open was
Message,
detected by the
Bell
mechanical switch.
The door of the
XCOM PCB OPEN
Screen,
AUSCOM PCB is
Message,
open.
Bell
One of the mechanical MECHANICAL METER Screen,
meters was accessed. DOOR OPEN
Message,
Bell
The door of the security SECURITY CAGE
Screen,
cage was opened during ACCESS DURING
Message,
the time the power was POWER DOWN
Bell
down.
The Body I/O PCB was BODY PCB ACCESS
Screen,
accessed during the
DURING POWER DOWN Message,
time the power was
Bell
down.
6-10
Close the door.
YES
Close the door.
YES
Close the door.
YES
Close the door.
YES
Close the door.
YES
Close the door.
YES
Close the door.
YES
Close the door.
YES
Close the door.
YES
Close the door.
NO
-
NO
-
G-ENEX Video Slot Gaming Machine
Chapter 6: Error Messages
The Door I/O PCB was DOOR PCB ACCESS
Screen,
accessed during the
DURING POWER DOWN Message,
time the power was
Bell
down.
The main door was
MAIN DOOR ACCESS Screen,
opened during power DURING POWER DOWN Message,
down.
Bell
The AUSCOM PCB
XCOM PCB ACCESS
Screen,
was accessed during the DURING POWER DOWN Message,
time the power was
Bell
down.
The door of the coin
CASH BOX DOOR
Screen,
drop box was opened ACCESS DURING
Message,
during power down.
POWER DOWN
Bell
The mechanical meter MECHANICAL METER Screen,
cover was removed
DOOR ACCESS DURING Message,
during power down.
POWER DOWN
Bell
The front door was
FRONT DOOR ACCESS Screen,
opened during power DURING POWER DOWN Message,
down.
Bell
The main door is
MAIN DOOR CLOSED Screen,
closed.
Message,
Bell
The front door is
FRONT DOOR CLOSED Screen,
closed.
Message,
Bell
The coin box door is
CASH BOX DOOR
Screen,
closed.
CLOSED
Message,
Bell
The logic door is
SECURITY CAGE
Screen,
closed.
CLOSED
Message,
Bell
The belly door is
BELLY DOOR CLOSED Screen,
closed.
Message,
Bell
The bill stacker door is STACKER DOOR
Screen,
closed.
CLOSED
Message,
Bell
The main door is
MAIN DOOR CLOSED Screen,
closed.
(OPTICAL)
Message,
Bell
6-11
NO
-
NO
-
NO
-
NO
-
NO
-
NO
-
NO
-
NO
-
NO
-
NO
-
NO
-
NO
-
NO
-
G-ENEX Video Slot Gaming Machine
Chapter 6: Error Messages
The front door is
closed.
The Door I/O PCB
cover has been
returned.
The Body I/O PCB
cover has been
returned.
The mechanical meter
door is closed.
FRONT DOOR CLOSED Screen,
(OPTICAL)
Message,
Bell
DOOR PCB CLOSED
Screen,
Message,
Bell
BODY PCB CLOSED
Screen,
Message,
Bell
MECHANICAL METER Screen,
DOOR CLOSED
Message,
Bell
6-12
NO
-
NO
-
NO
-
NO
-
Emax-UP02V
Video Gaming Machine (UPRIGHT)
Chapter 7: Preventative Maintenance
Chapter 7: Preventative Maintenance
7.1 Daily Servicing
(1). Clean the machine surface.
CAUTION!
Never use chemical dust cloth, thinner, benzine or alcohol.
They will damage the surface of the machine.
(2). Remove loose coins inside the cabinet.
CAUTION!
A loose coin could cause an unexpected hazard including an electric shock.
(3). Vacuum the inside of the cabinet to remove all dust and debris from the coin chute and
hopper.
(4). Clean the monitor screen with clean, soft cloth. The static electricity gathers dust.
CAUTION!
Never use wet cloth. Do not rub the screen.
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Emax-UP02V
Video Gaming Machine (UPRIGHT)
Chapter 7: Preventative Maintenance
7.2 Replacement
7.2.1 Lamps and Fluorescent Lamps
WARNING!
Turn OFF the machine before replacing a lamp.
The lamps and fluorescent lamps may be hot.
Wait until they cool down before touching them.
Any replacement lamp must be the one specified by ARUZE, or the
equivalent.
7.2.1.1
Lamps of Optional Tower Light (Candle)
1. Referring to Service Manual, remove the tower
light.
2. Loosen the screw on the top of the tower light to
separate the tiers.
3. Unscrew the old lamp to replace it with a new
one.
4. In the reverse order of the above, reassemble the
tower light.
5. Return the tower light onto the top box.
6. Return the sub-LCD, the escutcheon, the top glass
and game name strip bracket.
7. Close the main door.
7-2
Screw
Emax-UP02V
7.2.1.2
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
Fluorescent Light for Belly Glass
Referring to Service Manual, remove the fluorescent light assembly for the belly
glass.
Turn the light assembly upside down to locate the fluorescent light release tabs.
Holding the fluorescent light by one hand, press one of the tabs outward.
Pull up (or forward) the fluorescent light until the terminal releases from the
socket.
Replace the light with a new one.
Return the light assembly onto the belly Fluorescent light release tab
door.
NOTE:
When your machine is single-LCD type,
tighten the belly door fixing screws.
Close the belly door.
Close the main door.
7.2.1.3
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Video Gaming Machine (UPRIGHT)
Chapter 7: Preventative Maintenance
Fuse
Open the main door.
Locate the fuse holder just above the POWER switch.
Push the fuse holder, then turn it counterclockwise to remove it.
Pull out the fuse to replace it with a new one.
Return the fuse holder onto the power box.
Close the main door.
NOTE:
If a specified fuse is easily blown,
contact ARUZE or your nearest
distributor.
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G-ENEX Video Slot Gaming Machine
Chapter 8: Machine Specifications
Chapter 8: Machine Specifications
This chapter shows the machine specifications.
8.1 Cabinet Name
G-ENEX
8.2 Overall Dimension Including Tower Light
- When 2 tiers tower light is attached.
624 (width) x 1534 (height) x 588 (depth) mm
- When 3 tiers tower light is attached.
624 (width) x 1579 (height) x 588 (depth) mm
8.3 Weight
128 Kg (including 10 Kg transformer and 7 Kg reel unit)
8.4 Electrical Specifications
When Line Voltage is 220 through 240 VAC
Line frequency:
Max. current draw during game play:
50Hz
3.6A
When Line Voltage is 100 through 120VAC
Line frequency:
Max. current draw during game play:
60Hz
5.5A
Fuse:
Fluorescent lamp:
Outlet:
6.3A
15W
Earthed power outlet
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Chapter 8: Machine Specifications
8.5 Environment
Ambient temperature:
Ambient humidity:
0 through 40 degrees C
5 through 95%
Free from dew condensation
8.6 Coins/Notes Capacity
Hopper
About 1100 coins (Aus. $1)
About 450 coins (US$ 1.00)
About 1800 coins (US 25 cent)
About 1600 coins (1R)
About 600 coins (10R)
Note stacker
ARGUS Note Stacker:
About 500 notes
CashCode Note Stacker:
About 600 notes
8-2
G-ENEX
Video Slot Gaming Machine
Operation Manual
Aruze Gaming America, Inc.
745 Grier Drive Las Vegas, NV 89119, USA
Aruze Gaming America, Inc. Japan Branch
Ariake Frontier Bldg. A, 3-1-25, Ariake, Kohto-ku, Tokyo, 135-0063
Aruze Gaming Australia Pty. Ltd
23-27 Bourke Road,
Alexandria, NSW 2015, Australia
Aruze Gaming Africa (Pty.) Ltd.
Unit 1-3, Kyalami Village, 57 Forssman Close, Barbeque Down Ext 1, Unit 1,
Kyalami, Midrand, Gauteng, South Africa
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