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Austrian

Gaming

Industries

GmbH

Wiener

Strasse

158

A-2352

Gumpoldskirchen

Austria

Europe

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++43-2252-606-300

Fax:

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www.novomatic.com

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45M620N2UK-02

45M620N2UK-02 Austrian Gaming Industries GmbH • Wiener Strasse 158 • A-2352 Gumpoldskirchen • Austria • Europe
45M620N2UK-02 Austrian Gaming Industries GmbH • Wiener Strasse 158 • A-2352 Gumpoldskirchen • Austria • Europe

Austrian

Gaming

Industries

GmbH

Wiener

Strasse

158

A-2352

Gumpoldskirchen

Austria

Europe

Te l.:

++43-2252-606-300

Fax:

++43-2252-63587

www.novomatic.com

e-mail:

postbox@novomatic.com

45M620N2UK-02

45M620N2UK-02 User Manual For machine types: Classic 2.0 Video Series Kernel 5.3 Classic 2.0 Masterslot Series
45M620N2UK-02 User Manual For machine types: Classic 2.0 Video Series Kernel 5.3 Classic 2.0 Masterslot Series

User Manual

For machine types: Classic 2.0 Video Series Kernel 5.3 Classic 2.0 Masterslot Series Kernel 5.3 Diplomat Series Kernel 5.3

The author of this manual has devoted great care to the production and compilation of all technical information taking advantage of advanced controlling mechanisms. Nevertheless, possible errors cannot be totally excluded. Thus, NOVOMATIC cannot be held liable nor does it take legal responsibility for any consequences that may arise from incorrect statements. Of course, the author welcomes any notification of errors. Please report errors or comments to our company.

Phone No. +43 2252 606-300 (Technical support).

THE PRODUCT NAMES USED IN THIS MANUAL MAY BE REGISTERED TRADEMARKS AND/OR TRADEMARKS OF THE RESPECTIVE COMPANIES.

All rights reserved. Any form of reproduction (printing, photocopying or other means) of any part of this manual, and any processing, multiplying and distributing by the use of electronic systems shall be prohibited unless NOVOMATIC has given written consent.

Copyright AUSTRIAN GAMING INDUSTRIES NOVOMATIC GROUP OF COMPANIES Wiener Straße 158, 2352 Gumpoldskirchen, Austria, Europe. Tel. +43 2252 606-0, Fax +43 2252 63587 Internet: www.novomatic.com

© 02 2003 Novomatic AG

© 02 2003 Novomatic AG

45M620N2UK-02

About this manual:

This manual is meant to be a permanent source of reference for the user. The individual sections contain important information on:

Installation

Handling

Use

Service

Repairs

The manual is divided into six sections. Each chapter explains a specific area of how to use the machine.

Part I

- Introduction:

provides general information on the machine, its different components and elements; also provides technical data and machine dimensions.

Part II

- Installation:

covers the installation and initialization of the machine.

Part III - Troubleshooting:

describes possible sources of errors should the machine not work properly after it

is set into operation.

Part IV

- Game and software:

explains the error messages of the software, the audit system as well as possibilities of configuration and initialization.

Part V

- Hardware:

describes the individual components and elements of the machine.

Part VI

- Keyboard configuration

assignment of the active buttons.

Note:

Certain photos may display parts which are not relevant to the respective section

of the manual.

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Table of contents:

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VI.1 - Keyboard configuration

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Introduction

© 02 2003 Novomatic AG Introduction
Part I - Introduction I.1 - Operating elements I.2 - Description of components I.3 - Dimensions
Part I - Introduction
I.1 - Operating elements
I.2 - Description of components
I.3 - Dimensions of the machine
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Introduction

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I.1 - Operating elements

The configuration of the keyboard of the relevant game software is shown in the game supplement.

I.1.1 - Operating elements Classic Series

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Illustr. I-1 Operating elements Classic Series

  • 1 Coin slot

  • 2 Bill insertion

  • 3 Keyswitch attendant

  • 4 ID plate

  • 5 Doorswitch

  • 6 Door in door lock release

  • 7 Door lock lever

  • 8 Door in door lock

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Illustr. I-2 Operating elements Diplomat Series

  • 1 Coin slot

5 Doorswitch

  • 2 Bill insertion

6 Door in door lock release

  • 3 Keyswitch attendant

7 Door lock lever

  • 4 ID plate

8 Door in door lock

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I.2 - Description of components

Power supply: 230 V/50 Hz or 110 V/60 Hz, 1,6 A Power consumption: 250 W Typ: FV 620 CF, FW 620 CFM, FV 627 CFD, FW 627 CFM, FW 627

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Illumination (fluorescent tubes)

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Main switch with fuses

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Display elements

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Coin acceptor

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Door sensor - receiver

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Door sensor - transmitter

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Stacker door lock

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Bill acceptor (WBA)

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Doorswitch door in door system

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Coolfire motherboard

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Logic box door lock

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Hopper

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Screen

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Top light

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Doorswitch drop box

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Main power supply (behind WBA)

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Printer

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I.2.1 - Diplomat Series

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Coin acceptor

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Door sensor - receiver

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Door sensor - transmitter

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Stacker door lock

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Mechanical meters

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Doorswitch door in door system

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Coolfire backplane

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Logic box door lock

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Hopper

S

Screen

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Drop box door lock

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Top light

J

Doorswitch drop box

U

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Main power supply (behind WBA)

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I.3 - Dimensions of the machine

Round Tops:

Machineweight: depending on model up to a maximum 200 kg (including base)

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Square Tops:

Machineweight: depending on model up to a maximum 200 kg (including base)

 

Version 1:

Version 2:

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Diplomat:

Machineweight: depending on model up to a miximum 200 kg (including base)

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Illustr. I-7 Dimensions of the machine Diplomat (in millimeters)

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Part II - Installation II.1 - Inspection (damages caused by transport) II.2 - Power up II.3
Part II - Installation
II.1 - Inspection (damages caused by transport)
II.2 - Power up
II.3 - ID plate
II.4 - Installation instructions
II.4 - Safety precautions
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II.1 - Inspection (damages caused by transport)

1.)

Remove the shipping carton.

2.)

Remove the material used to secure the machine components during

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transport (necessary only for some types of cabinet). Should any damages caused by transport have occurred on the exterior, they must immediately be reported to the sender and confirmed by same.

II.2 - Power up

1.)

Before start check the line voltage. The machine has been designed to

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sustain 230 V +/- 10%, 50 Hz or 110 V +/- 10%, 60 Hz. Make sure that the line voltage corresponds to the voltage indicated on the machine. As all machines of the “Classic Series” are equipped with an earthing

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connection, it should be ensured that the mains supply is also equipped with an earthing connection. Plug in the mains plug correctly.

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Open the machine door.

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If the machine is equipped with a coin comparitor, place the reference coin

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in there. Refill the hopper and enter the amount of refill in the audit system.

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See chapter IV.4 - Hopper refill Turn the mains switch to the ON position (switching unit).

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Close the machine door.

9.)

After a short self test the machine is ready for operation.

10.) Credits can be added and a new game can be started.

II.3 - ID plate

© 02 2003 Novomatic AG Installation 45M620N2UK-02 II.1 - Inspection (damages caused by transport) 1.) Remove

Free place for optional governmental logo.

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II.3 - Installation instructions

It must be ensured that the machine is operated in an upright position. Further, the machine has to be screwed down tightly to the base by means of the mounting material included in the delivery.

The minimum distance between two machines should be 20 cm to avoid possible damage when opening the main door. The minimum distance to a possible back wall or the like should be 10 cm.

The drilling jig (see illustr. II-1) has to be used in case the machine is to be installed on a table provided by the customer (i.e. if the machine has been delivered without base).

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Abb. II-1 Drilling jig (all measurements in millimeters)

Note:

The width of the drilling jig corresponds to that of the respective cabinet (540 mm). However, the depth is different as this jug is used for different cabinet types! Take the back cabinet edge as reference edge (i.e. the back edge of the drilling jug corresponds to the back cabinet edge).

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See the drilling scheme (illustr. II-2) for the necessary drillings of the respective machine type.

See the ID plate (see chapter II-3) for the machine (cabinet) type.

For pilot drilling use two twist drills (Ø10 mm and Ø5 mm). After the required drillings have been made by means of the drilling jig, continue with re-drilling using a cylinder saw Ø 60 mm.

Depending on the cabinet redrill 2 to 5 times to get a diameter of 60mm.

depending on the cabinet (620/627) re-drill 2-5x up to a diameter of 60 (in the respective
depending on the cabinet (620/627) re-drill 2-5x up to a diameter of 60
(in the respective table plate or base plate)
Back cabinet edge
5
10
10
FV/FW620
FV/FW620
60
FV/FW627
FV/FW627
FV/FW620
FV/FW627
5
60
60
60
60
optional f.
optional f.
optional f.
FV/FW620
FV/FW620
FV/FW620
FV/FW620
FV/FW627
5
5
5
10
5
5
5
FV/FW620
FV/FW627
60
60
60
optional f.
FV/FW627
optional f.
FV/FW627
FV/FW627
10
FV/FW620
FV/FW627
540 (cabinet width)
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Abb. II-2 Drilling scheme (all measurements in millimeters)

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II.5 - Safety Precautions

For operating safety and to avoid damage to the machine, read carefully and observe the following instructions.

Because the attendee responsible for usual maintenance has to open the machine, he has to get informed about the following safety precautions.

There are static-sensitive parts inside the machine which could be damaged by electric discharge. Ground yourself by touching an earthing strap inside the machine to neutralize electric charges before changing or maintaining inner parts.

CAUTION
CAUTION

In case of emergency power off the machine

Only disconnecting the power line from the outlet achieves a powerless machine! For machines with uninterruptible power supplies (UPS) you have to switch it off too!

Unplugging the machine with wet hands could result in a risk of electric shock.

If there are unusual smells or sounds coming from the machine, unplug the unit from the AC outlet immediately and for machines with an UPS power it off too. Please contact a qualified service personnel. Continued operation may be dangerous and could result in a risk of fire or electric shock.

Do not open the cabinet by force

There are potentially dangerous high voltage components inside. Opening the cabinet could result in a serious risk of fire hazard or electric shock. There are no user serviceable parts inside. Refer all service to qualified service personnel.

Never insert objects into the cabinet ventilation openings

Do not push any objects through cabinet ventilation slots as they may touch dangerous voltage points or cause short circuits that could result in a risk of fire or electric shock.

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Never spill liquid of any kind (coffee, wine. etc.) on the machine. In case of an accident, this may result in a risk of fire or electric shock. Unplug the unit and have it checked by a qualified service personnel.

Avoid damage to the wires

Do not load anything onto the power cord and do not bruise or stretch any wires. Damaged wires could result in a risk of fire or short circuit. Keep the wires away from where people will walk on them or stumble and be injured.

WARNING
WARNING

Environment

Suitable for indoor use only! Do not expose the machine under any circumstances to rain or temperatures greater than 50° C. The operating temperature must not exceed 35° C. If the machine has been exposed to very low temperatures, do not power it up immediately. The machine has to reach room temperature (convenient temperature is 10° C to 35° C). Be aware not to exceed the operation humidity range of 30% to 80% (not condensing). Do not install it close to a radiator heating either. Do not install the machine in locations with rapidly changing temperatures or excessive dust. This could cause the risk of fire hazard, short circuit or other damages.

Provide adequate space for ventilation

Openings on top, sides and in the bottom of the cabinet are provided for ventilation. To ensure proper operation and to prevent overheating, these openings should not be blocked or covered. To allow hot air to escape make sure that there is a minimum space of 10 cm between the machine and a wall or alike. If the machine becomes too hot, it might cause a fire hazard.

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IMPORTANT

Influence of magnetic fields

Do not install machines with CRT-monitors close to strong magnetic fields like loudspeakers or fluorescent lamps. Those equipments could bias the monitor, or unusual noises could be heard.

Machines with LCD-monitor

Do not hit or scratch the surface. High pressure or sharp objects could cause irreparable damages. To clean the surface use some absorbent cotton or soft cloth and a windowcleaner. If the display accidentally breaks and the liquid cristal material leaks, it should be kept away from the eyes or mouth. In case of contact with hands, legs or clothes, it must be washed away thoroughly with soap.

NOTICES
NOTICES

If these instructions are followed closely and the machine is maintained and handled in a proper way, it complies with the usual safety standards.

For security reasons any changes and exchanges of defective parts have to be accomplished with originally or manufacturer-registered parts.

We hereby disclaim any warranties for improper handling of the machine.

WARNING
WARNING

The following service instructions are for use by qualified or trained personnel only. To avoid personal injury or damage to the equipment, do not perform any servicing other than such contained in this manual.

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Troubleshooting

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Part III - Troubleshooting III.1 - Lack of line voltage III.2 - Error messages of the
Part III - Troubleshooting
III.1 - Lack of line voltage
III.2 - Error messages of the software
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Note:

Each power up is followed by a short self test. Then the machine is ready for

operation.

If this is not the case, check the machine for the following possible error sources:

III.1 - Lack of line voltage

The power supply is primarily secured at 230 V with two T3A15 inert single-pole fuses. The primary fuses are located on the front of the main switch module (illustr.

III-2).

The secondary fuse (T5A) of the 12 V line voltage is located on the front of the main power supply. This voltage has been assigned a red light diode which will only burn if the protection is intact and voltage is present (illustr. III-1).

Such voltage indications facilitate servicing and are an initial source of information. However, more details regarding (a) defective line voltage(s) can only be given by measurements with suitable devices.

If the error cannot be handled, see chapter V.1 - Main power supply, for further information.

X9 X8 X1 X2 X3 LED “Power On” X7 X4 X5 X6 Fuse T5A X10 Service
X9
X8
X1
X2
X3
LED
“Power On”
X7
X4
X5
X6
Fuse T5A
X10
Service outlet
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Illustr. III-1 Fuses and light diode on the main power supply

Note:

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Fuse T3A15

Mains power switch

Illustr. III-2 Main switch unit

Usually errors in the electronics can only be handled by an expert. The exchange of parts is the quickest way to perform a repair if this is eventually necessary. If no spare parts are at hand, make use of our technical support and send us the defective electronic part together with a short error description.

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III.2 - Error messages of the software

After the machine has been powered up, the major parts of the machine (e.g. hopper, CPU board etc.) are subject to a self test.

If this test has been successful, the machine switches automatically to the ready- for-play status. The error management engages each time a malfunction and/or manipulation is detected.

If the machine detects an errror, the corresponding code is shown on the screen. See illustr. III-2.

Error handling (procedures to rectify an error):

1.) Turn the attendant key.

2.) Clear the error.

3.) Release the attendant key.

4.) Usually the machine should now be ready for operation again.

Note: If the error cannot be cleared this way, see part IV - Game and software.
Note:
If the error cannot be cleared this way, see part IV - Game and software.
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Illustr. III-2 Error display

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Game and Software

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Part IV - Game and software IV.1 - Error handling IV.2 - Remote IV.3 - Handpay
Part IV - Game and software
IV.1 - Error handling
IV.2 - Remote
IV.3 - Handpay
IV.4 - Hopper refill
IV.5 - Hopper dump
IV.6 - Tower light
IV.7 - Audit menu
IV.8 - RAM-clear
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IV.1 - Error handling

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Keyswitch: ATTENDANT

Illustr. IV-1 Active key switch during error clearing

If an error occurs, the machine will interrupt the current game and switch automatically to failure mode:

1.) An acoustic signal can be heard.

2.) The blue light of the tower light is flashing slowly.

3.) The error message together with a short error description is shown in the middle of the screen. Below the procedure how to clear the error is explained .

(e.g. Error 63 4: Stacker door open Procedure: turn the attendant key, close the stacker door see illustr. III-3)

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IV.1.1 - Explanation for clearing errors

1.) Locate the error code according to the table on the next page.

2.) Activate the attendant keyswitch (acoustic signal stops). The program switches to or remains in the audit menu. Clear the error.

3.) Release the attendant key (the machine switches back to the game mode, already existing credits remain except if a RAM-clear has been performed!).

If more errors occur, activate the attendant keyswitch until all errors have been cleared. If an error cannot be cleared this way, follow the instructions of the error code table.

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IV.1.2 - Table of possible error messages

Event messages (Can be viewed in the audit menu under EVENTS)

  • 2710 - Bill rejected

  • 2711 - Bill excessively rejected

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3

- Hopper full

  • 50 - Realtime clock modified

2

  • 50 - Periodic memory cleared

3

  • 50 - System shutdown