COASTAL AMUSEMENTS INC.
TUTTI FRUITTI
A skill based video game
OPERATOR MANUAL
VERSION TUTTI.D.1.0.1
COASTAL
AMUSEMENTS INC.
1950 Swarthmore Ave, Lakewood NJ 08701
Tel. (732) 905-6662 Fax (732) 905-6815
http://www.coastalamusements.com
TABLE OF CONTENTS
TABLE OF CONTENTS.................................................................. 2
GAME DESCRIPTION .................................................................... 3
POWER SOURCE ............................................................................ 3
TOUCH SCREEN CARE & MAINTENANCE............................... 3
CABINET MAINTENANCE ........................................................... 3
CIRCUIT BOARD HANDLING...................................................... 3
SYSTEM SETUP.............................................................................. 4
BOOKS ............................................................................................. 5
BOOKS (cont.).................................................................................. 6
GAME OPTIONS (PAGE 1/3)......................................................... 7
GAME OPTIONS (PAGE 2) ............................................................ 8
GAME OPTIONS (PAGE 3) ............................................................ 9
CALIBRATE .................................................................................. 10
SOUND........................................................................................... 11
CLOCK ........................................................................................... 11
LINK ............................................................................................... 12
DIAGNOSTIC TROUBLESHOOTING......................................... 13
LIMITED WARRANTY ................................................................ 14
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GAME DESCRIPTION
Tutti Fruitti is a skill based video game where the player must identify and touch the
matching symbols in line to win. The player must compete against the clock for maximum
win values. The faster you play, the more you win!
POWER SOURCE
IMPORTANT! MACHINE MUST BE CONNECTED TO A GROUNDED
POWER SOURCE OF 120V. MACHINE MUST HAVE GROUND CONNECTION
FOR PROPER OPERATION AND USER SAFETY PROTECTION. DO NOT
OPERATE EQUIPMENT WITH GROUND LEAD CUT OFF POWER CORD.
SHOULD LOCATION NOT HAVE A GROUNDED OUTLET, CONTACT A
QUALIFIED ELECTRICIAN.
NOTE: As a guideline, never connect the unit to a circuit that supplies power to
freezers, coolers, or other powerful equipment. Keep the machine clear of any dripping or
splashing liquids.
TOUCH SCREEN CARE & MAINTENANCE
The touch screen is affixed to the front of the monitor and must be calibrated to the
picture. Any variations in the position of the picture displayed by the monitor require
adjustment. It is recommended that the touch screen be calibrated periodically and
whenever the machine has been moved or serviced. The touch screen must be calibrated
with the front cabinet door in the closed position.
Touch screens are durable and reliable. However the touch screen does require
reasonable care when transporting the machine to prevent any damage to the screen.
The touch screen can be cleaned with a damp cloth and Isopropyl Alcohol or
household glass cleaners. DO NOT USE vinegar based or abrasive cleaning products.
CABINET MAINTENANCE
Clean cabinet with a damp cloth and mild detergent. Apply cleaner to the cloth and
not the machine. Liquids will damage the electronics in the machine.
CIRCUIT BOARD HANDLING
Before handling any electronic boards, make sure that you are properly grounded to
avoid electrostatic discharge (ESD). All power needs to be disconnected before any service
is to be performed. Double check all connections before powering the game on after
servicing.
NOTE: ONLY QUALIFIED TECHNICAL PERSONNEL
SHOULD SERVICE THIS GAME.
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SYSTEM SETUP
System Setup Screen
Enter the system setup screen by using the key switch on the side of the cabinet,
nearest the front of the game. The second key switch will take you directly to screen
calibration. The third switch is used to clear ‘out of ticket’ and ‘attendant pay’ errors. From
this screen you can access the operator adjustable features and check bookkeeping. The
next pages will explain the different sections:
BOOKS – Displays all accounting and percentage information.
GAME OPTIONS – Allows adjustment to all game features.
RESTORE FACTORY DEFAULTS - Restores all Factory settings.
CLEAR CREDIT - Clear all credits stored in game.
CALIBRATE - Calibrate the touch screen. Door must be closed.
SOUND - Adjust the sound volume.
CLOCK - Adjust the system date/time. Must set to local time when received.
LINK – Adjust settings for linking games to progressive bonus sign.
EXIT SETUP - Return to game play mode.
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BOOKS
Bookkeeping Screen
Plays = the total number of points played.
Points Won = the total number of points won.
Points Per Ticket = calculated from the values entered in Game
Options.
Tickets Paid = the total number of tickets paid out to the player.
Attendant Tickets Paid = the number of tickets paid by the attendant if
the payout exceeded the maximum value set.
Current Operating Percentage = the percentage of gross income
given out as tickets.
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BOOKS (cont.)
Gross Income = the total of all the money received by this game.
Ticket Value Won = the value of all tickets that have been paid out.
Net Income = the Gross Income minus the value of the tickets paid.
Price Per Play = the value you set in GAME OPTIONS.
Average Ticket Value Per Play = the value of the average number of
tickets given out per play.
The CLEAR CURRENT BOOKS button will reset the CURRENT
records. The LIFE records cannot be reset.
EXIT will return you to the SYSTEM SETUP screen.
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GAME OPTIONS (PAGE 1/3)
System Option Screen – Page 1
CARD SWIPE SYSTEM: Set this to ON if you are using a card swipe
system.
PLAYS PER GAME: Sets the number of plays (rounds) given for each
game purchased.
*PRICE PER GAME: Sets the price of each game (group of plays/rounds).
*GAME PERCENTAGE: Sets the percentage of gross income paid back to
the player as tickets.
*TICKET VALUE IN CENTS: Sets the value of a single ticket.
SKILL TIME: Sets the maximum time for each play/round (in seconds).
*VALUE OF 1 PLAY and POINTS PER TICKET are calculated
from the above settings indicated with an * and are there as a reference.
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GAME OPTIONS (PAGE 2)
System Option Screen – Page 2
PROGRESSIVE BONUS TIME: Sets the minimum time needed to select 3
wilds and win the progressive bonus.
PROGRESSIVE BONUS RESET: Sets the minimum value of the
progressive bonus after a win or if factory settings are restored.
PROGRESSIVE BONUS CAP: Sets the maximum value of the progressive
bonus.
GAMES PER BONUS INCREMENT: Sets the number of coins or swipes
needed to increment the bonus.
BONUS INCREMENT VALUE: Sets the amount to increase the bonus
when the required coins/swipes are obtained.
ATTENDANT PAY THRESHOLD: Sets the maximum amount of tickets
to be paid out directly by the game. All tickets in excess of that value must be
paid by the attendant.
TICKETS EVERY PLAY: If set to “ON”, tickets won are paid after each
play/round. If set to “OFF”, tickets are paid when all plays are completed.
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GAME OPTIONS (PAGE 3)
System Options Screen – Page 3
SOUND IN ATTRACT: Turns sound and voice on or off in attract mode
only. Both voice and sound are always on in game play.
CONTINUE FEATURE: If set to “ON”, the player will have the option to
insert more coins/swipes to continue in game play.
CONTINUE TIMER: Sets the number of seconds the player has to insert
more coins/swipes to continue.
ALTERNATE SYMBOLS: If set to ‘ON” game will play with “Jungle”
symbols, in place of “Fruit” symbols.
ANIMATION: Choose whether you want the individual symbols squares to
SPIN or FLIP.
COUPON PER TICKET: If on, the message “1 TICKET = 2 COUPONS”
will be displayed on screen.
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CALIBRATE
Calibration Screen
This screen is used to calibrate the touch screen to the picture. You can
test the accuracy of the touch screen before you actually recalibrate it. If it is
not necessary to recalibrate, press the EXIT box. If you need to recalibrate,
press the CALIB box. Follow the on-screen instructions.
Note: You must calibrate the game with the door closed.
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SOUND
Sound Setup Screen
This allows you to set the volume of the game. Background music will
play to let you hear the current volume setting. Use the SOFTER and
LOUDER buttons to adjust the sound.
CLOCK
System Clock Screen
This screen is for adjusting the current date/time. Press the box you
wish to change, and use the arrows to change the value. Press set when you
are done.
Note: You must set the “Clock” to the current local time.
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LINK
Link Screen
This screen is for setting up game ID numbers for the progressive sign.
The game that connects directly to the sign must be designated as
MASTER. All other games linked must have unique ID numbers. Press SET
after setting the ID number of the game. If the number has changed from a
previous setting, the machine will do an automatic reboot.
Be sure to select the correct number of links, depending on how many
games are linked together. 2 games linked only require one cat5 cable. More
than two games will require an Ethernet hub/switch to connect games to each
other.
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DIAGNOSTIC TROUBLESHOOTING
Problem
Corrective
Action
No power.
Game not
starting.
No picture on
monitor.
-
No video.
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Poor picture.
-
Touch screen
does not work.
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Comment
Check that the power cord is
connected to a live outlet.
Check that the power switch is
turned “ON”
Check that the power supply’s
voltage select switch is set to
the proper voltage.
Check that game power is on.
Check that the monitor is
connected to the motherboard.
Check that the power is
connected to the monitor and
the motherboard.
Make sure that RAM is properly
seated.
Adjust brightness, contrast,
horizontal, and vertical controls.
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Monitor controls are located on the
bottom rear of the monitor.
Check that the touchscreen
controller is connected to the
COM1 and keyboard ports on
the motherboard.
Make sure the screen has not
been scratched.
Make sure no metal is touching
the screen.
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The touchscreen is connected to
COM 1 input on the motherboard.
If screen is scratched, it must be
replaced.
If COM 1 is bad, the motherboard
must be replaced.
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(Live Outlet) Is an outlet powered
with electricity?
The power switch is located on the
back of the power supply.
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Game displays
memory error.
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Check that the RAM DIMM is
installed/ seated correctly.
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The DIMM must be correctly seated
for proper operation.
No sound.
Volume too low
or high.
“Boot disk
failure”
Insert system
disk.
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Adjust volume control.
Make sure speakers are plugged
in.
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Enter system setup screen to adjust
game volume.
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Make sure Disk On Module is
plugged in correctly on
motherboard.
Check that hard drive power
cable is connected.
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Meter not
advancing.
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Check connection at I/O board.
Replace coin meter.
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LIMITED WARRANTY
Coastal Amusements, Inc. warrants this game free from defective material
and workmanship for a period of six months from the date of purchase. The
warranty covers all electrical components except fuses and printed circuit boards.
Other items are covered by warranty periods from the original equipment
manufacturers.
Warranty does not cover vandalism, misuse or operation outside specified
field conditions, including improper electrical power connections, fire, or water
damage.
Coastal Amusements products are carefully inspected and tested before
being packed for shipment.
Coastal Amusements assumes no responsibility for damage once the
product has left our facilities. Disputes regarding transport damage must be
resolved with the shipping company(s).
SERIAL NUMBER _______________________
DATE OF PURCHASE ____________________
SOFTWARE VERSION ____________________
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