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    Default Re: Aloha and mahalo

    Quote Originally Posted by Peteybob View Post
    Looking back at your earlier pictures I see you have 4 potentiometers. They appear to be paired up for 2 per speaker? Assuming they only run to the speakers. I've never seen this setup before.

    I wonder if your little black switch box has a volume on/off control built into it?
    I’ll check that out. The left speaker did have some volume, then one of the wires disconnected. I resoldered the 4 connections for that speaker, might have made it worse since no sound comes out of that speaker, but I’ll look at the black box, thanks for your help!

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    I never knew what the black box was for. I assumed it had to do with the game, sort of like a handheld console. The 2 lights on the box flash in sequence when the switches are flipped up. Do you know what is the functions of the 2 buttons?

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    Switches and buttons can do various things depending on autoplay unit. So these are the possibilities
    Switches can be
    autoplay on/off - just constantly pulsing the start pocket.
    High speed jackpot - pulses the ball sensor in the jackpot trapdoor to speed through jackpot levels.

    Buttons can be.
    Start button impulse.
    Chance button impulse
    Sub-roulette impulse.
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    Aloha Pachi Community,

    Ok, I was able to play my game a handful of of times, the left speaker went out and now the right speaker went out in the middle of playing. Is it possible that a fuse for the right speaker might have blown? The game continued with out sound. An interesting thing I noticed, during game play there is 2 screens that started to close over the monitor. The screens meet in the middle. After the right speaker went out, when the screen went into “closing” mode, the left screen started to come out bit the right side screen did not move. Appreciate your help to provlem solve this.

    Mahalo,
    David

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