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MPU6 HORIZON FIELD SERVICE MANUAL

(Short Form).
ISSUE 1.3 10TH MARCH 2010

WARNING
This manual contains important information on the operation and safe use of the new Horizon cabinet. The games housed in this cabinet employ several new features including serial coin / note handling. Many of the parts from the Horizon and Genesis range of cabinets are not directly compatible with this equipment and need to be modified before they can be used.

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Table of Contents
Section 1: New Components Overview........................................ 5 Section 2: Installing and setting up the machine .......................... 6
2.1 Fitting Castors ...................................................................................................................6 2.2 Manual Handling / General Safety ...................................................................................6

Section 3: Serial Coin & Note Handling....................................... 7


3.1 Serial Implementation .......................................................................................................7 3.2 Serial Coin Mechs ............................................................................................................7 3.2.1 Serial SR5e Mech Encryption key Reset .....................................................................8 3.2.2 Serial SR5e & SR5i Mech Routing mode Set up .........................................................8 3.2.2 Serial SR5e Encryption Set up .....................................................................................9 3.2.3 Serial Mars Cashflow CF 9524e Coin Mech .................................................................9 3.2.4 Setting up CCtalk Mode on a CF9524e mech ..............................................................9 3.3 Serial Hopper Assembly .................................................................................................10 3.3.2 Serial Hopper bed Removal ........................................................................................10 3.4 Dual Hopper Shelf ...........................................................................................................11 3.4.1 Dual Hopper Shelf Disassembly .................................................................................11 3.4.2 Dual Hopper Shelf Removal ........................................................................................12 3.5 Note Acceptor Mountings ..............................................................................................13 3.5.1 Money Controls Ardac Mech Serial Set up ...............................................................13 3.5.2 Money Controls Lumina Mech Serial Set up .............................................................13 3.5.3 Innovative NV10 Mech Serial Set up ..........................................................................13 3.5.4 JCM EBA22 Mech Serial Set up ..................................................................................14 3.5.5 JCM Taiko Mech Serial Set up ....................................................................................14 3.6 Note Acceptor Fitting Instructions ................................................................................15 3.6.1 NV10 Note Acceptor Fitting Instructions ...................................................................15 3.6.2 JCM EBA22 Note Acceptor Kit Fitting Instructions..................................................17 3.6.3 Lumina Note Acceptor Kit Fitting Instructions .........................................................19 3.6.4 Ardac Note Acceptor Kit Fitting Instructions ............................................................21 3.6.5 Ardac Head Removal for Routine Maintenance ........................................................23 3.6.6 Ardac Diagnostic Interface .........................................................................................25 3.6.7 Ardac Bezel Status Indicator ......................................................................................25 3.7 Serial Note Acceptor Encryption keys ..........................................................................26 3.7.1 Money Controls Lumina Serial Note Acceptor Encryption Key Set up ..................26 3.7.2 Money Controls Ardac Serial Note Acceptor Encryption Key Set up ....................26 3.7.3 JCM EBA22 Serial Note Acceptor Encryption Key Set Up ......................................26 3.7.4 JCM Taiko Serial note Acceptor Set Up ....................................................................27 3.7.5 JCM Taiko Bezel illumination Set up .........................................................................27 3.7.6 NV10USB Serial Note Acceptor Encryption key set up ...........................................28 3.7.6.1 NV10USB Fault Indication ........................................................................................28 3.7.6.2 NV10USB Interface Configuaration .........................................................................28 3.7.6.2 NV10USB Encryption Code reset ............................................................................28 3.7.7 NV10 type Encryption key set up ...............................................................................29 3.7.8 Serial Note Acceptor Encryption Key Input ..............................................................30

Section 4: Serial Alarms..............................................................31 Section 5: Miscellaneous Machine Options and Information .......32
5.1 Real Time Clock set up ...................................................................................................32 5.2 Test 10 Option Switches ................................................................................................32 5.3 Refill Menu .......................................................................................................................32 5.3.1 Last Game Recall .........................................................................................................33 5.3.2 Last Bank Recall ..........................................................................................................33 5.3.3 Configuration Log ........................................................................................................33 5.3.4 Software Verify .............................................................................................................33 5.3.5 Volume Control ............................................................................................................33 Copyright of IGT-UK Ltd. All rights reserved. ID68503 Page 3

5.3.6 Last Note Recall ...........................................................................................................33 5.3.7 Hopper levels................................................................................................................33 5.3.8 Error Log .......................................................................................................................33

Section 6: IButton Functionality and Registration. .......................34


6.1 IButton Functionality ......................................................................................................34 6.1.1 Hopper Top Up and Secondary Test Switch .............................................................34 6.1.2 Refill Mode Switch. ......................................................................................................34 6.1.3 Hopper Dump switch ...................................................................................................34 6.2 IButton Registration........................................................................................................35 6.2.1 Hopper Top up/Secondary IButton Registration ......................................................35 6.2.2 Refill IButton Registration ...........................................................................................35 6.2.3 Hopper Dump IButton Key Registration ....................................................................36

Section 7: Horizon Plus Game Install and Programming............37


7.1 Horizon Plus Game Change Procedure ........................................................................37 7.1.1 Preparation ...................................................................................................................37 7.2 Frame Removal and Replacement ................................................................................38 7.3 MPU6 Game Software Update Instructions. .................................................................40 7.3.1 Programming ................................................................................................................40 7.3.2 Trouble Shooting .........................................................................................................40

Section 8: Other New Parts........................................................41


8.1 Horizon Buttons and Switches ......................................................................................41 8.2 Reel Assembly Replacement .........................................................................................42 8.3 Outer Cash Box Door Locking Hasp and Staple .........................................................42 8.4 Stereo Speakers ..............................................................................................................42

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Section 1: New Components Overview


The Barcrest Group Horizon cabinet uses a number of components that are different to it predecessor the Genesis cabinet. Briefly these are as follows: Serial coin handling. (The Coin Mech, Hopper, and Note Acceptor are set up for serial operation). Note Acceptor Mounting. (The design has been improved to give better access and offer a wider range of note acceptors and stackers). Revised Alarm Codes. (Due to the extra features of Serial Coin handling there are new alarms that the machine can generate). Horizon Buttons & Switches. (The buttons used on the panel of this cabinet are a unique design). Reel Assembly. (While the reels used are the same as the Genesis cabinet they are configured differently). Locking Hasp. (The machine has provision to fit a custom locking hasp). Speakers. (The cabinet is fitted with stereo speakers).

The Multiplex Boards, Reel Back Boards and the Power Supply are identical to those used in the Genesis cabinet machines and fully interchangeable. The following sections explain these differences and detail the requirements for these parts. It also shows how they are removed / refitted to the machine. Section 2: Installation & Handling.

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Section 2: Installing and setting up the machine


Positioning of the machine will normally be determined by site staff, however when installing the machine check the following conditions and if any one of them is likely to cause problems with machine operation they should be brought to the attention of the site staff and an alternate site suggested: The machine should be standing on a level, flat and stable floor Ensure there are no local sources of high temperatures such as fires or radiators Try to avoid nylon carpets to minimise problems with static Ensure there are no local sources or high levels of moisture Check that the mains supply socket is rated for 13 Amps and fitted with an on / off switch and is sited nearby to avoid a long mains lead. Check that the supply socket is in good condition and not showing any signs of overheating or damage. Check that the mains socket is fitted with an earth connection and that the earth is correctly connected Machines look best in subdued lighting The machine should be positioned where site staff can supervise it. When the machine is positioned check that it is stable and does not rock. Check that the mains cable is undamaged and that the mains plug is fitted with a 5A fuse. Connect the mains lead to the mains socket at the rear of the machine and to the site supply socket. The machine requires a nominal supply of 230 V AC, 50 Hz but should easily tolerate a variation of plus or minus 10% (207 to 253 volts). 2.1 Fitting Castors Only approved caster sets may be fitted to this product. The bottom of the cabinet has castor cut outs with pilot holes pre drilled for the approved castors and their brackets. The two fixed castors used on the Genesis machine kit can be used on the Horizon cabinet NOTE: The two rotating castors used on the Genesis machine kit cannot be used on the Horizon cabinet. Fitting non-approved castors to the machine can cause the machine to become unstable! These optional approved caster kits complete with fitting instructions may be purchased from the Barcrest Group Service department. 2.2 Manual Handling / General Safety Our machines can vary in weight and dimensions and should only be moved by persons adequately trained in manual handling skills. Where possible manual handling or lifting equipment should be utilised and additional care exercised when the centre of gravity is off centre or the machine top heavy. Please refer to the warning label on the back of the machine for the weight of the specific model. Persons required to work inside the cabinet should first remove loose wrist or neck jewellery, which could become snagged on internal mechanisms and cause injuries. Care should be taken when opening and closing the front door of the machine to avoid the possibility of injury. Regular examination of the front glass gas struts is recommended as they can be become damaged through misuse. If it becomes necessary to exchange a gas strut only an approved replacement should be used. These can be obtained from the Barcrests service department.

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Section 3: Serial Coin & Note Handling


3.1 Serial Implementation This machine is fitted with serial coin handling. This provides increased operational and service information. Serial note handling also benefits by using a secure method of encrypted communications protocol. Please be aware that due to the encrypted communications if a note acceptor is fitted to a non note-acceptor machine the engineer will need to enter the note acceptors encryption key into the machine in order for it to work. This will also have to be done if the key is lost due to the MPU6, program or note acceptor being changed. This operation is detailed in the section on Serial Note Acceptor Encryption Keys. 3.2 Serial Coin Mechs The MPU6 Horizon cabinet can be fitted with the Money Controls SR5e or Mars Cash flow CF9524e coin mechanisms operating on the CCtalk serial protocol. Please note that the earlier Mars CF9524e coin mechs cannot be used in the Horizon machines, as they do not support CC Talk serial mode. When operating in serial mode these units do not need to be fitted with the traditional 17-way connector, routing or divert override plugs. All of the information they need about accepting and routing the coins is supplied serially down a single 10-way DIL connector. The illustrations below show the location of the CCtalk serial connector on both the Money Controls SR5e and Mars Cashflow CF 9524e coin mechs respectively.

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3.2.1 Serial SR5e Mech Encryption key Reset From Mid-September 2009 all machines started using the SR5e in place of the SR5i to enhance coin mech security. MPU6 machines require the encryption mode to be turned on as described in the table below, to enable them to be used on MPU6 machines. In the event of the encryption key needing to be reset back to factory settings then use the steps 1 to 7 given below. Switch Bank Switch 1 Switch 1 & 2 Switch 1 & 2 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. Switch position ON OFF Mode Description Encryption Mode ON Encryption Mode OFF

Ensure that the power is off to the SR5e. Turn the rotary switch on the mech to position B. Set switches 1 & 2 to the ON position. Power up the machine. Press and hold the program button situated under the rotary switch for 5 seconds. The LED will now change from Green to Red. Release the program button and the LED will change back to Green. Return the rotary switchback to the original position.

N.B. Never leave the rotary switch in positions D, E or F. 3.2.2 Serial SR5e & SR5i Mech Routing mode Set up The following steps can be used to program a parallel SR5e or SR5i mech to the correct routing mode as used on serial machines. This will require the mech to be reprogrammed from routing plug mode (parallel) to EEPROM mode (serial). The two modes are set up by using switch 1 switch bank 1 for this selection is given below. Switch Bank Switch 1 Switch 1 Switch 1 Switch position ON OFF Mode Description Routing Plug Mode (Parallel) EEPROM Mode (Serial)

To program the SR5e for use on serial machines (EEPROM setting mode) will require the coin mech to be connected to a parallel loom using the steps 1 to 10 given below. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Ensure that the power is off to the SR5e or SR5i. Turn the rotary switch on the mech to position E. Set switch 1 to the off position (EEPROM Routing mode). Power up the machine. Press and hold the program button situated under the rotary switch. The LED will now change from Green to Red. Release the program button and the LED will change back to Green. Return the rotary and switch 1 back to the original positions. Press and hold the program button and the LED will change to Red. Release the program button and the LED will now change back to green.

N.B. Never leave the rotary switch in positions D, E or F.

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3.2.2 Serial SR5e Encryption Set up In the event of a coin mech change it will be necessary to set up the encryption key to stored in the machine as follows. Locate the coin mech encryption code printed on the coin mech body, then power up the machine and enter the test routine by pressing both the Enter button on the MPU6 and Top Up IButton. Once in the test routine use RH1 to increment from test 1 to 18, then the RH2 button must be selected to enter the Encryption Code menu. On entering test 18, the following is displayed on the Alpha Display. Key = 0 0 0 0 0 0 The first digit is automatically selected and will be flashing. The LH4 and RH4 buttons increment and decrement the first number of the encryption code. Selection of the LH2 and LH3 buttons causes the selected digit to move from left or right respectively. Once the code has been entered the RH2 button should be selected to accept the code and one of the following messages will be displayed If the key code has been set up and is valid then the display indicates KEY KNOWN. If the key code is incorrect then the display indicates MECH NO RESPONSE. If a non encrypted mech is fitted then the code entered will be 0 0 0 0 0 0.

Button RH1 can be used to exit the test at any time. The button Layout for the above operations is shown in section 3.7.8 3.2.3 Serial Mars Cashflow CF 9524e Coin Mech If the event of having to replace a Mars CF9524e serial coin mech, it will be necessary to replace it with one that can be set to CCtalk mode. It is important that only a CF9524e version of mars mech is used as a replacement, because other variations of the 9524 mechs without the e suffix will not support CCtalk mode. 3.2.4 Setting up CCtalk Mode on a CF9524e mech The engineer will need to power the machine down and then ensure that the coin mechs switches 1 and 2 are set to the on position. When the machine is powered up the mech will now be enabled to work in CCtalk mode.

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3.3 Serial Hopper Assembly The MPU6 Horizon uses the Money Controls SCH3 encrypted type of serial hopper designed to enhance the machines security. 3.3.2 Serial Hopper bed Removal The illustration shown in Figure 1 below shows how the hopper base is removed from the hopper bed assembly casing. The black arrow indicates the direction the release tab needs to be pressed to allow removal of the hopper from the housing. In Figure 2 the sides of the hopper are prised apart with the thumbs pushing away from the centre as indicated with the white arrows. The hopper bowl can now be removed along with the Rear Security plate The illustration In Figure 3 below shows the serial lead connector to the hopper bed. This can now be disconnected if the hopper bed requires maintenance or replacement.

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3.4 Dual Hopper Shelf The MPU6 Dual hopper shelf is fitted with a SCH3 type of 1 hopper bed. This is identified by the black coin disk. It is compatible with the SCH3 type also used on the later models of MPU5 Horizon machines.

3.4.1 Dual Hopper Shelf Disassembly The image below shows how the serial hopper assembly is removed for routine maintenance or replacement. To remove the hopper assembly press down and hold the release mechanism on the left hand side of the hopper assembly as indicated in the image below and at the same time withdraw the hopper assembly towards the front of the machine and remove.

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3.4.2 Dual Hopper Shelf Removal The hopper assembly can now be disassembled to gain access to the hopper assembly, unclip the six clips that clamp the assembly together as indicated in the following three images below. There are two clips on each side of the hopper as indicated in the two images below.

Unclip the remaining two clips from the rear of the hopper as indicted in the first image below and then lift away the top half of the hopper assembly to gain access to the hopper extension piece. Now lift and remove the hopper extension from the bowl to gain access to the hopper bowl. This must be replaced in the correct position as shown in the second image below, when the hopper is reassembled.

To remove the 1 hopper bed from its housing for maintenance or replacement then refer to section 3.3.2 for disassembly. Reverse the instructions in this section to reassemble the hopper and shelf.

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3.5 Note Acceptor Mountings The Horizon cabinet has provision for fitting a note acceptor in a special Generic panel on the right hand side of the machine below the button panel. This has been designed to accommodate a wide range of note acceptors and stackers. The machine is fitted with a secure metal note box as standard. A range of mounting plates to carry the various note acceptors are available to fit to the machine. Some of the note acceptors can be accessed while still fitted in the machine. If this is not possible then by undoing the retaining wing nuts and then removing the outer cash box door, the panel can then be hinged down to give better access. The panel can also be disconnected and easily removed from the machine to allow the note acceptor to be changed or removed. The details of removing the note acceptor vary by model and are supplied in the following sections. If the machine is supplied without a note acceptor fitted, then a blank panel will be in place on the machine. If the machine is supplied with a note acceptor fitted the blanking panel will be supplier stored in the bottom of the machine. Currently the following Note Acceptors are available on the Horizon Cabinet. Money Controls Ardac CCtalk Note Acceptor. Money Controls Lumina Note Acceptor. Innovative Technology NV10 Note Acceptor. JCM EBA22 Note Acceptor. JCM Taiko Note Acceptor. NB. In accordance with section 12.3.1 of our general conditions of sale and supply Barcrest cannot accept liability for any loss resulting from the fraudulent use or malfunction of any of these note acceptors. As with the coin mechanisms, only note acceptors set to work in CCtalk serial mode are compatible with the Horizon cabinet. Please note that the Note Acceptors used on Genesis machines cannot be used in the Horizon machines, as they do not support the CC Talk serial mode. In order to use them on Horizon they will have to be converted to operate in serial mode. 3.5.1 Money Controls Ardac Mech Serial Set up The Ardac uses firmware that is a dedicated serial CCtalk interface that is set at the factory. It is used on the Horizon cabinet only and is not interchangeable with the 777 style of cabinet. In normal operation the switches should be set as Bank 1 ALL OFF with Bank 2 switches 1 5 & 7 ALL OFF with switch 6 & 8 set to ON. 3.5.2 Money Controls Lumina Mech Serial Set up There is a bank of DIL switches on the side of the Lumina note acceptor. With switch 7 OFF and switch 8 ON the unit is in parallel mode for use on Genesis. In order to enable serial mode make sure that switches 7 ON and 8 are OFF to enable CC Talk serial mode for use on the Horizon cabinets. 3.5.3 Innovative NV10 Mech Serial Set up Again there is a bank of DIL switches on the side of the NV10 note acceptor. With switches 1 to 4 OFF the unit is in parallel mode for use on Genesis. In order to enable serial mode make sure switch 1 & 2 are OFF and switch 3 & 4 are ON to enable CCtalk serial mode for use on the Horizon cabinets.

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3.5.4 JCM EBA22 Mech Serial Set up The JCM note acceptor cannot be changed from parallel to serial operation in the field. In parallel mode the unit is fitted with a 082A interface EPROM inside the note acceptor. To convert the acceptor to serial an EEPROM carrying the 0E3 software must be fitted. Following this, the acceptors serial number needs to be programmed into memory by connecting the unit to JCMs PC Kit. For more details contact JCM UK direct. In order to use on serial encryption mode correctly ensure that switch 3 is set to ON to enable the PB unit, including setting switches 1, 2 & 4 to 8 need to be set to the OFF position for use on Horizon cabinets. 3.5.5 JCM Taiko Mech Serial Set up The JCM Taiko can be set to CCtalk Serial, parallel and binary modes via the DIL switches. In order for it to work on the Horizon Serial machines, then switches 1 - 5 & 7 - 8 must be set OFF, with switches 6 & 7 set to the ON position.

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3.6 Note Acceptor Fitting Instructions These instructions are intended as a guide to fitting the following note acceptor kits: Innovative NV10. JCM EBA22. JCM Taiko Money Controls Lumina. Money Controls Ardac

3.6.1 NV10 Note Acceptor Fitting Instructions For all variants of note acceptors it is necessary to remove the coin chute rundown to access the note acceptor door assembly. When the install is complete then please refer to the relevant encryption key set up in described in section 3.8 1 2 3 Disconnect the power to the machine and squeeze the two clips together under the coin chute rundown as shown in the first image below. Now squeeze the sides of the lower clip as indicated in the second image below and lift it upwards out of the retaining slots. Remove the note acceptor blanking plate by removing two wingnuts at the top of the plate and two nuts at the bottom. Now the plate can be lifted away and stored in the machine for future use.

Fit the rear note acceptor metal work into position by sliding the rear of the acceptor onto the rear studs on the top of the note box, then secure with the two M4 nuts provided as shown in the image below.

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Fit the note acceptors bezel into position onto the front of the note acceptor assembly plate then place the two bezel fixing brackets onto the bezel studs as shown in the first image below and secure into position using the two M4 nuts provided. Now fit the red note acceptor bezel onto the studs and secure into position with two M4 nuts as shown in the second image below.

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Fit the note acceptor onto the bezel ensuring that it clicks back into place correctly and place the hinged note acceptor bracket onto the hinge pin. Connect up the note acceptor lead to the note acceptor and run the lead through the access hole in the cabinet up to the CCtalk harness connector as shown in the image below.

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It is important to fit the note acceptor lead into the harness clips to ensure that it is routed away from the note acceptor exit to prevent note jams. Close the note acceptor assembly door then fit the two wing nuts removed in step 3 to secure the door back into position. Refit the coin chute ensuring that it is located correctly to prevent possible coin jams. Power up the machine and set up the float level then test the note acceptor operation before using on site.

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3.6.2 JCM EBA22 Note Acceptor Kit Fitting Instructions. 1 2 3 Refer to steps 1 to 6 in section 3.5 for coin down chute and note acceptor blanking plate removal before fitting the note acceptor. Place the JCM note acceptor bezel front adapter plate into position onto the note acceptor door assembly as shown in the first image below. Place the bezel packing plate into position over the front plate studs whilst holding the front plate in position as indicated in the second image below.

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Now place the JCM fixing bracket shown in the first image below onto the four front plate studs and secure with the four M4 nuts provided. Loosely fit two M3 screws into the base of the JCM note acceptor in the position as shown in the second image below. This is to allow the acceptor to be slid into position on the base plate.

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Locate the note acceptor base screws into the slot on the base plate and slide the acceptor forward into positions as shown in the first image below. Now secure the acceptor to the base plate with two M3 screws provided in the kit as indicated in the second image below.

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Fit the note acceptor onto the bezel ensuring that it clicks back into place correctly and place the hinged note acceptor bracket onto the hinge pin. Connect up the note acceptor lead to the note acceptor and run the lead through the access hole in the cabinet up to the CCtalk harness connector shown in the image below.

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It is important to fit the note acceptor lead into the harness clips to ensure that it is routed away from the note acceptor exit to prevent note jams. Close the note acceptor assembly door then fit the two wing nuts removed in step 1 to secure the door back into position. Refit the coin chute ensuring that it is located correctly to prevent possible coin jams. Power up the machine and set up the float level then test the note acceptor operation before using on site.

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3.6.3 Lumina Note Acceptor Kit Fitting Instructions 1 2 3 4 Refer to steps 1 to 6 in section 3.5 for removing the coin down chute and note acceptor blanking plate before fitting the note acceptor. Fit the note acceptors bezel into position onto the front of the note acceptor assembly plate and place the spacer on the rear as shown in the first image below. Place the two bezel fixing brackets onto the spacer and secure into position with four M4 nuts as shown in the second image below Now fit the bezel backing plate onto the studs and secure into position with the four fasteners provided as indicated in the second image below.

Place the red note acceptor bezel onto the four bezel studs as shown in the image below and then secure in place with the M4 nuts provided.

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Fit the note acceptor onto the bezel ensuring that it clicks back into place correctly and place the hinged note acceptor bracket onto the hinge pin.

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Connect up the note acceptor lead to the note acceptor and run the lead through the access hole in the cabinet up to the CCtalk harness connector as shown in the image below.

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It is important to fit the note acceptor lead into the harness clips to ensure that it is routed away from the note acceptor exit to prevent note jams. Close the note acceptor assembly door then fit the two wing nuts removed in step 1 to secure the door back into position. Refit the coin chute ensuring that it is located correctly to prevent possible coin jams. Power up the machine and set up the float level then test the note acceptor operation before using on site.

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3.6.4 Ardac Note Acceptor Kit Fitting Instructions The Ardac note acceptor manufactured by Money Controls used on the Horizon machine uses a CCtalk version of interface that is only used on the Horizon cabinet and is not interchangeable with the one fitted in 777 machines. The instructions in this section are intended as a guide to fitting a Money Controls Ardac Note Acceptor to the Horizon cabinet. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Refer to steps 1 to 6 in section 3.5 for removing the coin down chute and note acceptor blanking plate before fitting the note acceptor. Remove the universal note acceptor box from the machine by removing the two Wingnut fasteners below the wooden base. Remove the Ardac note box and acceptor head from the note acceptor assembly. Locate the Ardac bezel metalwork (UM66685) and loosen the two fasteners indicated in the image below. Now place the Ardac bezel clamp bracket into position and then tighten the fasteners, ensuring that the bezel bracket is able to slide left to right to operate correctly. Now offer up the Ardac bezel metalwork onto the hinge pin, then connect up the LED note bezel wiring and leave in position. Locate the note acceptor base mounting metalwork (SB66198) and place into position as far back and right hand side of the cabinet, then fit the note acceptor body into place as shown the image below. Now secure the base and note acceptor metalwork by firstly fitting the right hand screw then the two at the front of the base indicated by the white arrows. Now fit the two screws in the centre of the note acceptor base assembly followed by the four at the rear indicated by the black arrows.

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Locate the Ardacs CCtalk connector at the rear and connect the note acceptor lead from the kit as shown in the first image below. Now run the note acceptor lead up to the machines CCtalk connector as shown in the second image below. Ensure that the note acceptor lead is now fitted into the clips provided.

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Now fit the note box back into the stacker and refit the note acceptor head. Now position the bezel metalwork (UM66685) onto the hinge pin and secure into position using the two wing nuts removed previously in section 3.5. Please note that there will be need to be some pressure applied between the acceptor and metalwork prior to securing into position. This is quite normal and necessary to ensure the stability of the note acceptor, failure to do so will affect the Ardacs performance. Fit the hinge locking bracket (SB66713) under the hinge pin as shown below as secure into position with the two fasteners provided as shown in the image below. Now refit the coin chute removed by reversing the instructions given in section 3.5. The Note acceptor operation should now be tested before using on site

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3.6.5 Ardac Head Removal for Routine Maintenance

The following steps must be followed to remove the Ardac note acceptor from the machine for routine maintenance or to clear a note jam. 1. Locate the Ardac Elite Note Acceptor and disconnect the bezel connector as shown in the first image below. 2. To remove the note acceptor from its assembly, lift the red handle and pull the acceptor forwards as shown in the second image below.

3. To open the acceptor for cleaning & maintenance press the two red catches on each side as shown in the image below then lift the head up.

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4. Once opened the acceptor may now be cleaned or any note jams can be cleared. The following diagrams detail the internal functionality of the acceptor.

5. In the event of failure the following diagnostics diagram in section 3.8.2 details the status of the Ardac Elite acceptor.

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3.6.6 Ardac Diagnostic Interface The Ardac uses a tricolour LED as a status indicator as shown in the image below. The Status LED indicates to the engineer the fault condition that is present as shown by the colour and number of flashes displayed in the image below.

3.6.7 Ardac Bezel Status Indicator

The Bezel on the Ardac is capable of displaying nine status events listed below that range from Ready to accept bank notes or to indicate an error to give a clear indication of a fault event without entering the machine. Bezel Light On Ready to accept banknote Bezel Light Off Acceptor Inhibited by Host, or Acceptor Busy Flashing One Pulse Transport motor jammed Flashing Two Pulse Cashbox error or cashbox removed Flashing Three Pulse Sensors calibration error at power up Flashing Four Pulse Reserved Flashing Five Pulse Cashbox home position not detected Flashing Six Pulse Note position sensors error Flashing Seven Pulse Hardware error

Note To install firmware and/or currency upgrades it is necessary to contact Barcrest Service department for further information.
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3.7 Serial Note Acceptor Encryption keys In order to protect the serial communication to the note acceptor all messages are encrypted. So that the host machine and the note acceptor can start to communicate it is necessary to enter the encryption key supplied with the note acceptor into the machine. The following instructions explain how this is done for the various note acceptors. NOTE: If the note acceptor is removed from the machine the encryption key must be reset to 000000 to tell the machine that the note acceptor has been removed. If this is not done the machine will continue to try and communicate with the note acceptor and go into alarm when it fails to find it. 3.7.1 Money Controls Lumina Serial Note Acceptor Encryption Key Set up If the MPU6 or the note acceptor is changed the note acceptor will need to be reset to its default encryption key code using the following procedure: Power down the machine and select the acceptors option switch 6 to the on position. Power up the machine and wait 15 Seconds until the bezels red LED flashes. Return Switch 6 to the off position and power the machine down. Power up the machine and then set up the encryption key code as detailed in following sections.

The encryption key can be found stamped on a white label on the top of the note acceptor. In normal operation option switch 7 should be set to the up position. This procedure may also be required after an MPU6 memory clear. 3.7.2 Money Controls Ardac Serial Note Acceptor Encryption Key Set up If the MPU6 or the note acceptor is changed the note acceptor will need to be reset to its default encryption key code using the following procedure: Remove the Ardac Head then select the acceptors Bank 2 option switch 1-3 to the ON position. Replace the Ardac head and wait 15 Seconds until the bezels red LED flashes. Remove the Ardac Head then set switches 1 3 to the off position Replace the Ardac Head and then set up the encryption key code as detailed in the following section.

The encryption key will now be set to 123456 as default. In normal operation the switches should be set as Bank 1 ALL OFF and Bank 2 switches 1 5 & 7 ALL OFF with 6 & 8 ON. This procedure may also be required after an MPU6 memory clear. 3.7.3 JCM EBA22 Serial Note Acceptor Encryption Key Set Up The JCM acceptor needs to have the CCtalk version of software installed and will require setting up with JCM PC software if the acceptor was previously from a parallel machine before it can be fitted and used in a serial machine. For more details contact JCM UK direct. Following replacement of the MPU6 or acceptor the note acceptor will need to be reset to its default encryption key code using the following procedure: Power Down the machine. Select the acceptors option switches 1 6 to the ON position. Power Up the machine and confirm the Led on the right hand side of the switch bank turns on. Set Switch 1 to the off position and the LED should now start flashing to indicate that the encryption key reset is complete. Power down the machine and turn all switches off apart from switch 3. Power up the machine and set up the encryption key as described in section 3.7.8.

The encryption key can be found as the last 6 digits stamped on a silver label stuck on the top of the note head on the top of the note acceptor. In normal operation option switch 3 should be set to the up position. This procedure may also be required after an MPU6 memory clear. To set up the encryption key please follow the procedure given in following section.

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3.7.4 JCM Taiko Serial note Acceptor Set Up The Taiko note acceptor has the facility to work with three interfaces. To Select CCtalk mode set switches 6 & 7 to the ON position. Following replacement of the MPU6 or acceptor, then note acceptor will need to be reset to its default encryption key code using the following procedure: Power Down the machine. Select the acceptors option switches 1 6 to the ON position. Power Up the machine and confirm the bezel illumination is flashing white. Set Switch 1 to the OFF position and the bezel illumination will now change to blue to indicate that the encryption key reset is complete. Power down the machine and turn all switches OFF apart from switches 6 and 7 used for CCtalk mode. Now power up the machine and set up the encryption key as described in section 3.7.8.

The encryption key can be found as the last 6 digits stamped on a silver label stuck on the top of the note head on the top of the note acceptor. In normal operation option switch 3 should be set to the up position. This procedure may also be required after an MPU6 memory clear. To set up the encryption key please follow the procedure in the following section. 3.7.5 JCM Taiko Bezel illumination Set up The Taiko bezel has six alternative bezel illumination settings, normally the default will be set using the switch settings given for number 1. To set up the bezel illumination follow the steps listed below. 1 2 3 4 5 Power down the machine and set the illumination pattern switches required. Power on the machine. Turn off switch 1 to set and demonstrate the pattern. Power down the machine and return switches to the original settings. Power up the machine and then replace the doors to demonstrate the illumination settings.

Note Acceptor Switch Settings Switch Settings 1 2 3 4 5 6 Option Switch Settings 1, 2 & 7 ON. All other Switches OFF. 1, 3 & 7 ON. 1 & 7 ON. 1, 2, 3 & 7 ON. 1, 4, & 7 ON. 1, 2, 3, 4, & 7 ON. Bezel Illumination Fades between the six colours. Switches between each of the six colours. Solid Blue. Solid Green. Pulsing Blue. Pulsing Green.

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3.7.6 NV10USB Serial Note Acceptor Encryption key set up This section is for resetting the NV10USB note acceptor only. It can be identified by having a red push button in the same location that housed the four option switches on the NV10. Following replacement of the MPU6 or acceptor, the note acceptor will need to be reset to its default encryption key code using the following procedure: Press and Hold the configuration button whilst the power is off, then turn on the power and keep the button pressed for several seconds. The CCtalk Encryption key will now be restored to its default setting.

The encryption key can be found stamped on a white label to the side of the note acceptor above the 16-way host connector socket. In normal operation switches 1 and 2 are set down with 3 and 4 set to the up position. This procedure may also be required after an MPU6 memory clear. To set up the encryption key please follow the procedure given in the following section. 3.7.6.1 NV10USB Fault Indication The NV10USB note acceptors bezel is used to indicate various fault codes as listed below. Fault Description Note Path Open Note Path Jam Unit Not Initialised Cash Box Removed Cash Box Jammed Firmware Checksum Interface Checksum EEPROM Checksum Dataset Checksum PSU Voltage Too Low PSU Voltage too High Long Flash Code Short Flash Code 1-1 1-2 1-3 21 22 31 32 33 34 41 4-2

3.7.6.2 NV10USB Interface Configuration The NV10USB has a facility to reset the interface using a configuration card that has been set to the required interface option. The configuration button is pressed once and then the bezel will flash once a second. A configuration card is then fed into the acceptor and then rejected. The bezel give a fast flash then, the acceptor resets to confirm programming. For further information please refer to the Innovative website for the manual. 3.7.6.2 NV10USB Encryption Code reset Following replacement of the MPU6 or acceptor, then note acceptor will need to be reset to its default encryption key code using the following procedure: Power off the machine. Press and hold the red configuration button and then turn the power on, keeping the button pressed for several seconds. Now power up the machine and set up the encryption key as described in section 3.7.8.

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3.7.7 NV10 type Encryption key set up Following replacement of the MPU6 or acceptor, the note acceptor will need to be reset to its default encryption key code using the following procedure: Power Down the machine. Select all 4 of the acceptors option switches to the up position and power up the machine. The red LED should now be flashing Select the acceptors option switches 1 then 2 to the down position and power down. Now power up the machine and set up the encryption key as described in section 3.7.8

The encryption key can be found stamped on a white label to the side of the note acceptor above the 16-way host connector socket. In normal operation switches 1 and 2 are set down with 3 and 4 set to the up position. This procedure may also be required after an MPU6 memory clear. To set up the encryption key please follow the procedure given in the following section.

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3.7.8 Serial Note Acceptor Encryption Key Input In order to improve note acceptor security the machine software requires an encryption key code to be set. This is necessary following replacement of either the MPU6 Unit or the acceptor, and after an MPU6 memory clear. To install a note acceptor for the first time you should enter the machine test routine and select test 11. This will allow you to enter the encryption key for the serial note acceptor. This number is printed on the note acceptor body. To remove a previously installed note acceptor the BNV code has to be set to 000000 as given below. Power up the machine and enter the test routine by pressing both the Enter button on the MPU6 and Top Up IButton. Once in the test routine use RH1 to increment from test 1 to 11, then the RH2 button must be selected to enter the BNV code. When entering test 11, the following is displayed on the Alpha Display. Key = 0 0 0 0 0 0 The first digit is automatically selected and will be flashing. The LH4 and RH4 buttons increment and decrement the first number of the encryption code. Selection of the LH2 and LH3 buttons causes the selected digit to move from left or right respectively. Once the code has been entered the RH2 button should be selected to accept the code and one of the following messages will be displayed If the key code has been set up and is valid then the display indicates KEY KNOWN. If the key code is incorrect then the display indicates BNV NO RESPONSE. If the key code has been set to zero (000000) to indicate that the note acceptor has been removed then the display indicates BNV NOT FITTED.

Button RH1 can be used to exit the test at any time. The button Layout for the above operations is shown in the layout below. To cater for all styles of machine the button deck is given the following generic format.

Button LH1

Button LH2

Button LH3

Button LH4

Button RH4

Button RH3

Button RH2

Button RH1

For example: LH1 refers to the next left most button. LH2 refers to the next left most button. RH1 refers to the right most button.

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Section 4: Serial Alarms


The serial coin and note handling devices fitted to the Horizon machines have their own processors on board. This allows them to monitor more conditions and forward information to the host fruit machine. This gives them the ability to monitor faults remotely, check for security / theft problems, and report these as alarms to the machine. There are a large number of these alarms used to convey the exact nature of the fault. To help simplify this all the alarms for each type of serial device have been grouped into three categories. These are: JAM There is a coin or note jammed that needs to be removed. FAULT There is a fault with the device and it need to be replaced. TAMPER An attack on the device has been detected. Due to the nature of this alarm they can also occur if a jam or a fault causes the device to think it is being attacked. The full detail of the alarm is appended to these and recorded in case a more detailed investigation is needed. The Basic alarms for the three types of serial devices are as follows:

Alarm Message
Coin Mech Serial Coin Mech Coin Mech Jam Coin Mech Fail Coin Mech Tamper Hopper Hopper Fail Hopper Jam Hopper Fail Hopper Tamper Note Acceptor Serial Note Mech Note mech Jam Note Mech Fail Note Mech Tamper

Bacta Barcrest Alarm Alarm Code Code


10 80 81 82 17 83 84 85 16 86 87 88 70 70 70 7F 80 81 80 83 C0 C0 C0 CF

Action required by Engineer


Faulty or disconnected Coin Mech Remove jammed coin from Coin Mech Replace Coin Mech Coin Mech Security or Jam / Fault. Faulty or Disconnected Hopper Coin Jammed in Hopper Replace Hopper Hopper Security or Jam / Fault. Faulty or disconnected Note Acceptor Remove jammed Note from Note Acceptor Replace Note Acceptor Note Acceptor Security or Jam / Fault.

The full detail of the cause of the alarm is given as a second message on the alphanumeric display and will alternate with the primary alarm message. This is also recorded in the alarm log and can be used to obtain more information on the fault if needed.

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Section 5: Miscellaneous Machine Options and Information


5.1 Real Time Clock set up To comply with the requirement of the 2005 Gaming Act, it is necessary to have a real time clock facility. This section details the instructions required to set the real time clock (RTC). When the machine is first powered up or has had a program update, then it may be necessary to set the RTC using the function buttons listed below. Select LH2 to step the current selected digit to the left. Select LH3 to step the current selected digit to the right. Select LH4 to Increment the current digit value. Select RH4 to Decrement the current digit value. Select RH2 to set the Time/Date settings and the machine will now reset. Select RH1 to go back to the default Time/Date if required.

When the RTC clock has to be set manually, then enter test 16 using the function buttons listed above. Please see section 3.7.5 for the button deck format. 5.2 Test 10 Option Switches The MPU6 has no physical option switch banks as was previously used on the MPU6 control unit. The enabling and disabling of options for the machine is now achieved by using the procedures and settings available in Test 10. To set up options please follow the steps given below. Enter test mode by simultaneously selecting the enter button on the MPU6 and the test button under the bottom cash door switch. Use the RH1 button to step through each test until Test 10 is displayed then select by pressing the RH2 button. The display will now show the option switch description with its status. To enable or disable an option then select LH4 and the machine will give an audible bleep and the switch status will be displayed. To scroll to the next option setting then use the LH3 and LH2 buttons to step forwards and back through each option. By selecting RH1 the machine will exit the option switch settings menu and return to the test mode selection. 5.3 Refill Menu The refill menu provides information on the machine as well as various settings listed below. To enter the refill menu open the door and then select the refill IButton once the machine has initialised displaying Read meters. The Display will now show Refill and then the amount required to float the machines hoppers Refill PND x 0.00. To select the menu press the RH1 button, then RH1 again to exit. To navigate the menu the RH2 and RH3 buttons are used to step back and forward through each of the options. To select the required menu press the RH1 button. The options available are listed below. Refill. Last game recall Last Bank Recall. Configuration Log. Software Verify. Volume Control Last Note Recall (Only available if Note acceptor is fitted). Hopper Levels. Error Log Copyright of IGT-UK Ltd. All rights reserved. ID68503 Page 32

5.3.1 Last Game Recall When the Last Game Recall menu is displayed press the RH1 button to enter. This menu displays the last 5 games played on the machines and shows the win and bank amounts for those games. To navigate through each of the 5 games use the RH2 and RH3 buttons then RH1 to select the required game. Now use the LH1 and LH2 buttons to step through the win and bank amounts for the selected game. Select the RH1 button to exit to the main menu. 5.3.2 Last Bank Recall When Last bank recall is displayed select RH1 to display the last Bank. Select the RH2 or RH3 buttons to step back and forward through the menu. Select the RH1 button to exit to the main menu. 5.3.3 Configuration Log When Configuration Log is displayed select RH1 to display the configuration change log. To navigate if there is more than one event, then use the LH1 and LH2 buttons to step back and forward through the logs. Select the RH1 button to exit to the main menu. 5.3.4 Software Verify When Software Verify is displayed select RH1 to enter the log. To navigate through the logs use the LH1 and LH2 buttons to move back and forward through the logs. Select the RH1 button to exit to the main menu. 5.3.5 Volume Control When Volume Control is displayed select RH1 to display the set volume. The default is displayed as Vol Percentage 10 and is adjusted using the LH1 and LH2 buttons to decrease and increase the volume level. Select the RH1 button to exit to the main menu. 5.3.6 Last Note Recall When Last Note Recall is displayed select RH1 to display the last Note. Select the RH2 or RH3 buttons to navigate back and forwards through the menu. Select the RH1 button to exit to the main menu. 5.3.7 Hopper levels When hopper levels is displayed select RH1 to display the hopper level (H=0.00) and float (F=250/350). This means that currently the hopper has a 0.00 hopper level and the maximum float is set to 250 or if a note acceptor is fitted the float will be set to 350. Select the RH1 button to exit to the main menu. 5.3.8 Error Log When Error Log is displayed select the error log menu by pressing RH1. The last error event is now displayed in short, to display more information select the LH1 button. Select the RH2 or RH3 buttons to navigate back and forwards through the menu. To clear the alarms select the LH2 button for 5 seconds until the display indicates the alarm log is cleared. Select the RH1 button to exit to the main menu. To exit the refill menu present the IButton or close the machines doors.

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Section 6: IButton Functionality and Registration.


The IButton is provided to enhance security on the MPU6 Horizon cabinet and no other IButton can be used as it needs to be registered with the machine before it can be used. However any IButton can be used for refill if the machine is set to non security mode. The IButton Cell replaces the functionality of the following switches. Hopper Top up. Secondary Test. Refill. Hopper Dump.

The new MPU6 IButton configuration and registration in the event of a misplaced IButton is given in the following sections. 6.1 IButton Functionality This section explains the functionality of each of the IButtons as well as the steps required to register an IButton if one is misplaced. The three IButton Cells functionality is explained in the sections below. 6.1.1 Hopper Top Up and Secondary Test Switch This receptor is located to the right left hand side of the coin mech unit and the IButton is secured onto a length of chain to the rear of the cabinet to ensure that it does not get lost. To top the hopper up offer the IButton to the receptor in door open mode and when correct contact has been established an audio prompt of Hopper Top up will sound to confirm the action has been completed. At this point the hopper will be topped up to its maximum float capacity. To enter the test routine using the IButton, press the MPU6 enter button and the LCD will display a Confirm Test Mode message. Now present the Button to the same receptor used for the hopper top up and once the correct contact has been established an audio prompt of TEST will sound to confirm that the test menu is now available. 6.1.2 Refill Mode Switch. The refill IButton has the facility to offer different levels of access to the Horizon cabinets refill menu. The refill receptor is located in the same position as the refill switch used on the MPU5 Horizon cabinet to the left of the payout tray. To enter refill present the IButton to the Refill receptor. 6.1.3 Hopper Dump switch This is located in the same cash box area and is secured by a length of chain to ensure it does not get lost. To enter dump mode present the IButton to the receptor and then press the start button to dump the hopper. In the event that one of the IButtons are misplaced then the following procedure can be used to assign a new IButton to one of the functions given above.

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6.2 IButton Registration The introduction of the IButton provides enhanced security as they are dedicated to one machine and will not operate on any other. If a key is lost then it will need to be registered to that machine by using the following procedures to enable a replacement to be used. 6.2.1 Hopper Top up/Secondary IButton Registration To register a replacement Hopper/Top up IButton, then follow the instructions given in this section. Select the up and down buttons on the MPU6 together for several seconds whilst at the same time offering up the replacement IButton onto the receptor port. This key will now be registered and ready for use as described in section 6.1.1. 6.2.2 Refill IButton Registration To register a replacement Refill IButton, then follow the instructions given in this section. Up to 25 keys can be registered to each machine. Enter the machines Test menu as described in section 6.1.1 TEST MODE ENTRY. By using LH1 or RH1 buttons navigate to Test 10 Option Switches press RH2 to enter the test. Using LH2 or LH3 buttons navigate to Option 9 titled IButton Security and select LH4 to change the setting from OFF to ON. Once the setting has been changed to ON, exit Test 10 Option Switches by pressing the RH1 button. Using LH1 or RH1 buttons navigate to Test 19 titled Refill Config press RH2 button to enter the test. The following buttons are configured within the Refill Config menu. LH2 or LH3 Are used to navigate through each IButton storage position. RH3 Displays the IButton key serial number stored to that storage position RH4 By holding down for 5 seconds clears the key registered to that storage position.

Once Refill Config has been entered the alpha display will show Key 1 and the status of that slot position, this will be either ID stored (this means a key has been registered to position 1) or Empty. By presenting the IButton to be registered to the Refill receptor the machine will automatically store the keys ID into an empty slot position. This process can be followed until 25 IButton keys have been registered to the machine. In the event that all 25 refill key slot positions are filled, then the operator must clear one of the slot positions to register an IButton as a new refill key. This is achieved by selecting the LH2 or LH3 buttons to navigate to a key slot position in the menu that is no longer in use. Press and hold the RH4 button for 5 seconds, then the alpha display will show CLEARING KEY. Once the key has been removed from the stored slot position, then the alpha display will show CLEARED. Place the new IButton key to be registered on to the Refill receptor, then the machine will read the unique serial number and store it within the vacant key slot position. The key slot position will now show ID Stored and the newly enabled IButton key will be able to access the Refill menu.

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6.2.3 Hopper Dump IButton Key Registration To register a replacement Hopper Dump IButton key, then follow the instructions given in this section by using the following instructions. In the event that the key is stolen or lost then a new IButton can be registered by the machine following the instructions below. Enter the TEST menu and navigate to Test 10 Option Switches, then Select RH2 to enter. Using LH2 or LH3 buttons navigate to Option 10 titled IBUTTON CONFIG then select the LH4 button to change the setting from OFF to ON. Once this setting has been changed to ON then exit Test 10 Option Switches by selecting the RH1 button. Use LH1 or RH1 navigate to Test 21 titled DUMP CONFIG and then enter using the RH2 button. The alpha display will now show KEY 1 ID STORED. It is now necessary to clear the current IButton Key ID that is stored by pressing and holding the RH4 button for 5 seconds at this point the alpha display will show the text CLEARING once completed the text CLEARED will be displayed and KEY 1 position will display EMPTY. To register your new dedicated IButton hold it against the Hopper Dump receptor port, the machine will now read and store the unique ID in KEY 1 position.

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Section 7: Horizon Plus Game Install and Programming.


7.1 Horizon Plus Game Change Procedure Barcrest Group recommends that a minimum of two people are required to change the game on a Horizon Plus cabinet. Before starting work on the machine ensure that the mains connector is removed from the machine. Open the Game transit box and remove all of the reel assemblies in preparation for the changeover, this will allow temporary storage room for the existing game that is currently attached to the base cabinet. 7.1.1 Preparation 1. Open the machines top door and disconnect the 24 and 18-way connectors that are situated in the top left hand side of the frame as indicated in the first image below. Please note that some machines may have two 18-way connectors instead of one. 2. Disconnect the bottom reels from the Reel Driver PCB and then disconnect the top feature reel connector, now remove the bottom and top reels and place safely to one side for repacking. 3. Remove the SEC Meter and place it into the payout tray in preparation for the new game to be fitted. 4. Remove the MUX Assembly panel be unscrewing the larger inner wing nut on the right hand side of the cabinet as shown in the second image below. 5. Now lift it away from the retaining bolts and then strap the MUX assembly panel and the gas struts to the underside of the top glass with the straps provided. 6. It is important to ensure that the protective foam is inserted between the MUX assembly panel and the lamp assembly as the straps are fitted.

24- Way Connector

18- Way Connector MUX Retaining Wing nut

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7.2 Frame Removal and Replacement To remove the frame it is necessary to remove the hinge pin as described in this section and that two persons are required to remove the frame assembly. The top frame hinge pin and bracket assembly use adjustable ends caps that can be opened or closed prior using the two wingnuts that are indicated below. 1 The images below shows the location of the two outer Wingnuts for each end of the hinge pin as indicated, these can be opened or closed for removal and refitting of the hinge pin.

Now release the two outer wingnuts to allow the ends of the hinge bracket to open up to enable the hinge pin to be removed as shown in the image below.

Loosen both outer Wingnuts to open the hinge end cap brackets prior to removing hinge pin to allow removal

With one person supporting the frame, prise and release the circlip from the bottom of each gas of the gas struts and then remove each gas strut from the mounting brackets.

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Whilst one person is still supporting the frame, thread the pin though the hinge pin from right to left using the aid of a screwdriver to ease the pin through the other end of the hinge and then remove it and place to one side for the next frame assembly. Once the hinge pin has been removed carefully lift the frame away from the cabinet and then place it inside the box in the position vacated by the reels previously removed in section 7.1.1. Using two persons carefully lift the new game into position onto the cabinet and refit the hinge pin, tighten the two end wing nuts previously loosened in step 2, this now locks the hinge pin in place. Refit the two gas struts back onto their brackets, the circlips will automatically lock back into place to retain the gas struts securely. Unclip the MUX assembly from the underside of the frame and refit securely back into position with the wing nut loosened in section 7.1.1. Reconnect the 18 & 24-way harness connectors that were previously disconnected in section 7.1.1.

5 6 7 8 9

10 Fit the new reels ensuring that they are located into their correct positions as described in the game instructions enclosed with the kit. 11 Refit and reconnect the SEC meter that was removed previously in section 7.1.1.

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7.3 MPU6 Game Software Update Instructions. The following instructions are intended as a guide on how to update game software on the MPU6 unit for game updates or after the Horizon Plus frame has been fitted.

USB A Socket

7.3.1 Programming 1. Ensure that the power to the machine is switched off and then insert the USB stick into the USB (A) port on the MPU6 as shown in the image above. 2. Switch the machine on and the MPU6 will now automatically read the contents of the USB key and display the first game file on the MPU6 LCD that is installed on the USB stick. 3. If there is more than one game installed on the USB stick then it will be necessary to use the Down button (Second Button from the top) to navigate through the game files to display the required game to be installed. 4. Once the required game file has been located press the Enter button (Third Button from top) to select the game and the MPU6 will now start the erasing process in preparation for the new game. The MPU6 LCD now shows a percentage of the erasure process completed. 5. Once the memory has been fully erased the game software will now automatically load with a programming message on the MPU6 LCD showing a percentage programming process completed. 6. Once programming is complete a verification progress will now begin with a message on the MPU6 LCD showing a percentage of the verification process completed. 7. Once the MPU6 programming process has been finalised, the LCD display will now display Remove USB stick to Continue. Following removal of the USB stick the machine will now reset and programming is now complete. 8. Now fully test the machines functionality before using the machine on site. 7.3.2 Trouble Shooting If at any stage during the programming procedure, either the power to the machine momentarily fails or the USB key is removed before programming is completed. Power the machine OFF for 15 seconds and repeat the procedure in this section above.

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Section 8: Other New Parts


8.1 Horizon Buttons and Switches The new Horizon cabinet uses a Gamesman button that is unique to this type of cabinet. Other types of buttons cannot be used as a replacement and are not compatible due to the size, internal layout and type of wiring connector used.

The wiring for the button assembly uses female spade crimps for each of the switch and lamp connections. Diodes are fitted on the relevant crimps All the buttons fitted to the panel are equipped with yellow locking nuts. However on the glass the locking nuts are colour coded by button when the game is manufactured to aid positioning for the engineer.

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8.2 Reel Assembly Replacement The main reel assembly used in the Horizon cabinet is not interchangeable with the reels from the Genesis machine. The reel motor and light box are set at different angles. When replacing the main reel assembly we recommend that you use the following reel assembly part numbers to ensure correct parts are ordered through our service department For the full set of 3 shelf mounted reels order part number RE37202. For each of the individual shelf mounted reels order part number RE37173. Where there is a top reel fitted please refer to the Service department for the part number.

The glass-mounted reels are the same as the Genesis cabinet and are interchangeable with Horizon. 8.3 Outer Cash Box Door Locking Hasp and Staple The Horizon machine is equipped with the fittings to carry the Barcrest outer cash door-locking hasp as shown below. When fitted this protects the door lock and allows the user to fit a padlock of their choice to secure the door. These hasp and staple brackets are available from the Barcrest service department.

8.4 Stereo Speakers The Horizon cabinet is fitted with two speakers giving stereo sound. These are located in the top left and right hand side of the doorframe.

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Customer Services Dept., BARCREST GROUP, Margaret St, Ashton-under-Lyne, Lancashire, OL7 OQQ. Telephone Spares orders +44 (0)161 343 1101 Technical enquiries +44 (0)161 830 6549 Fax. +44 (0)161 343 5682

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