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Pro Series™ V22/22


Upright Operator’s
Instruction Manual
Upright Cabinet Setup

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Copyright 2010-2012 Bally Gaming, Inc. All Rights Reserved.


The following trademarks are owned or used under license by Bally
Gaming, Inc.:
Alpha Game Platform™, Alpha Pro™, Pro Series™, Bally Gaming®, and the
Bally Logo®.

All other product names and trademarks are the intellectual property of
their respective owners.
This documentation contains proprietary information of Bally Gaming, Inc.
No portion of this document may be reproduced or transmitted in any
form or by any means, electronic or mechanical, for any purpose, without
the express written permission of Bally Gaming, Inc.
The specifications and information contained in this documentation are
subject to change without notice. All statements, information, illustrations,
specifications and recommendations in this documentation are believed
to be accurate, but are provided without warranty of any kind, expressed
or implied.
Bally Gaming, Inc. 6601 S. Bermuda Road, Las Vegas, NV 89119, USA
1-877-GO BALLY (462 2559)
http://www.ballytech.com
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Bally is committed to supporting the goals of the WEEE Directive and
minimizing the impact that our products and equipment have on the
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an appropriate facility to enable recovery and recycling. Bally also provides
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and pursue expanded options in connection with national take-back
programs within the European Union. Please find more information at
http://www.ballytech.com/Customer-Center/games-support/weee-
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Table of Contents

Overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
Prerequisites . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
Additional Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
Physical Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
Dimensions-Front View . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
Dimensions-Side View . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
Game Stand Drill Template (182705) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
Unpacking and Inspecting the Machine . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
Lock and Cam Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
Door and Lock Locations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
Opening and Closing Doors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
Middle Door and Upper Cabinet Access . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
Belly Door Access when the Middle Door is Open . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
Belly Door Access Using a Key . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
Hopper Access (If Applicable) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
Deck Access Door . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
Security Panel Access for Panels without Hinges . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
Security Panel Access for Panels with Hinges . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
Installing the Machine . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
Operational Tasks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
Attendant Pays and Cancelling Credits . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
Collecting Bills from the Machine . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22
Collecting Coins from the Machine’s Coin Box
(If Applicable) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23
Collecting Coins from the Stand under the Machine
(If Applicable) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24

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Refilling the Hopper (If Applicable) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25


Refilling the Printer Paper . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26
Circuit Board Reference . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27
Backplane Board (PCA40939-0-0). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27
Backplane Board (PCA203574-0-0) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30
Power Backplane Board (PCA212319-0-0) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33
Signal Backplane Board, Alpha 1 (PCA214995-0-0) . . . . . . . . . . . . 35
Signal Backplane Board, Alpha 2 (PCA212344-0-0) . . . . . . . . . . . . 37
Marquee Bezel Blinking Speed Settings (If Applicable) . . . . . . . . 39
Marquee Bezel Brightness Dimmer Kit (209338),
(If Applicable) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40
Deck Gadget Board (PCA105-889-0-0) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42
Lighting Control Unit (LCU) Board (PCA212710-0-0) . . . . . . . . . . 44
Cable Connector and CompactFlash
Socket Reference . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 48
MPU Assembly (209195 or 204965). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 48
MPU Assembly (212233) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 49
Cabinet Signal Cable (218527-00-0) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 49

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Overview
This document provides operating instructions for the Pro
Series™ V22/22 Upright (AP-1).
Your machine displays only the features supported by your
software version, jurisdiction, and machine configuration. All
features do not display on every machine. If any feature does not
apply to your machine, then go to the next section.
CAUTION This document may describe procedures for
equipment that does not apply to all cabinet
configurations, or that may require additional
components. Each regulatory jurisdiction may
have controls, policies, and procedures that you
must follow. You are responsible for
understanding and abiding by the rules that apply
in your environment.

Prerequisites
This installation may require the following additional parts, tools,
and manuals:
• Locks (quantity 5 to 9, depending on your machine
configuration)
• Category 5 network cables (quantity and length depending
on your machine configuration and your floor plan layout)
• Tools for locks
• 22 mm (7/8 inch), 11 mm (7/16 inch), and 10 mm (0.39 inch)
socket or wrench
• Alpha Game Platform® Software Setup Field Guide for your
machine operating system software version
• Parts manual for your machine

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Additional Information
The following list includes additional information available from
Bally:
• Alpha Game Platform® Software Setup Field Guide
(software version-specific)
• Alpha Game Platform® Software Setup and Operation
(software version-specific)
• Parts
(model-specific)
• Cables and Boards
(model-specific)
• Service
(model-specific)
• Gaming Machine Concepts
• Glossary
NOTE Download online manuals at www.ballytech.com.
Order manuals at 1 877-GO BALLY (462 2559).
Outside the United States, call +1 702 584 7755.

Physical Specifications
Physical Specifications for Pro Series™ V22/22 Upright (AP-1)

Description Value
Electrical Specifications

NOTE: Typical currents are provided for reference only. Actual


current use will depend upon machine configuration and
addition of supplemental equipment such as, but not limited to,
the following: systems monitoring equipment, progressive
equipment, and service equipment.
Line Voltage 120 VAC at 60 Hz
(240 VAC at 50 Hz)
Surge State Current 2.0 Amps at 120 VAC
(1.0 Amps at 240 VAC)
Operating State Current 1.7 Amps at 120 VAC
(0.85 Amps at 240 VAC)

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Physical Specifications for Pro Series™ V22/22 Upright (AP-1)

Description Value
Fuse Limited Rated Current 6.3 Amps at 120 VAC
(3.15 Amps at 240 VAC)
Heat Generated
BTU/Hr 661
Mechanical Specification
Weight (uncrated) 103 kg (228 lbs)
Flammable Weight 11.2 kg (24.7 lbs)
Dimensions
Height without Tower Light 119.38 cm (47.0 in.)
Width 60.96 cm (24.0 in.)
Depth 56.64 cm (22.3 in.)
Operating Environment (Recommended)

CAUTION: To prevent temperature and humidity related stress on


the machine, operate the machine within the recommended
guidelines. Operating the machine outside the recommended
guidelines may increase the required maintenance.
Temperature Range 4-40 Degrees Celsius
(39.2 - 104 Degrees Fahrenheit)
Humidity (Maximum) 90%
Equipment Requirements
Stand Height 35.56 cm (14 inches) or higher
(Recommended)
Stand Height for Machines 43.18 cm (17 inches) or higher
with Specialty Top Boxes
(Recommended)

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Dimensions-Front View

119.38 cm
(47.0 in.)

60.96 cm
(24.0 in.)

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Dimensions-Side View

56.64 cm
(22.3 in.)

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CENTER LINE
10.405
10.750
7.700 L 5.850

2.000 .156
1.000
1.120 .654
1/4 PILOT HOLE
3/8 DRILL 3/8 DRILL THEN 2.0 HOLESAW
MARK THE CENTER OF THE
STAND LEFT TO RIGHT AND
9.510 ALIGN THIS SLOT WITH THE
7.000
(Dimensions are in decimal inches)

MARK BEFORE DRILLING


14.230

3/8 DRILL 3/8 DRILL

1/4 PILOT HOLE


THEN 3.0 HOLESAW
FOR COIN DROP ONLY
Game Stand Drill Template (182705)
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23.990

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Unpacking and Inspecting the Machine


STEP 1. Remove any plastic packaging.
STEP 2. Verify that the serial numbers on the cabinet match
the shipping documents associated with the
installation.
CAUTION All serial numbers must match the shipping
documents that are associated with the
installation. Never remove serial numbers from
any Bally equipment.

STEP 3. Inspect the cabinet for any shipping damage, such as


dents or scratches.
STEP 4. Unpack and remove all loose parts from any boxes or
bags, containing cables, lock cams, and mounting
hardware.
STEP 5. Remove all plastic or paper packing materials from
any interior assemblies, such as a printer.
STEP 6. Inspect the interior cables and ensure they are firmly
connected.
STEP 7. Inspect the circuit board assemblies for loose
connections.
TIP During shipping, cables may become disconnected
and circuit boards may become unseated. Ensure
they are firmly attached before proceeding.

STEP 8. Locate and open the logic door.


STEP 9. Reseat the CompactFlash in the sockets.
STEP 10. If the machine is damaged or any parts are missing,
then contact your Bally Technologies Distributor or
Customer Service Representative for Return
Merchandise Authorization (RMA) information.
CAUTION If a new machine is damaged and awaiting
replacement parts, then do not remove any
existing parts from it for use in another machine.

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Lock and Cam Specifications


Lock Cam Cam
Location Illustration Part Number

Middle Door Lock 220111

Optional Second Middle Door


220111
Lock

Belly Door Lock 213024

Optional Second Belly Door


214781
Lock

Bill Acceptor Cash Box Access,


200454
Door Lock

Optional Second Bill Acceptor


200454
Cash Box Access Door Lock

CompactFlash Module 200125

MPU Housing (202080) 200454

TIP: To avoid delays, purchase your machine locks well before


your planned installation date. Purchase several spare machine
locks from your lock manufacturer and keep them available. If
necessary, use a 1.6 mm lock spacer (200455) or a 28.6 mm lock
and 12.7 mm spacer (202035-00003 and S-00231-984). See your
Parts manual for additional lock and cam information.

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Door and Lock Locations

Upper
Cabinet
Access

Middle
Door

Deck
Access
Door
Audit Key
Switch

Second
Belly Door
Lock
Middle (Optional)
Door
Lock Belly Door
Lock
Second Middle Middle Door Latch Release
Door Lock (Push up to open.)
(Optional) Belly Door

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Opening and Closing Doors


Use the following instructions to ensure safe and correct
operation of door equipment:
• Secure doors with locks installed according to instructions
from your lock manufacturer.
• Inspect door latches, brackets, pins, hinges, and gas springs
(if applicable) for wear or damage, and replace, if necessary.
• When opening and closing doors, always hold or support
doors and use the provided latch release mechanisms,
handles, or knobs.
• When closing doors, always ensure the door frame areas are
free of foreign objects and the door closes and latches
securely. Do not apply excessive force.
• To avoid damaging latches when closing, always use the
door handles or knobs to hold latches in the open position,
close the door, and then release the handle or knob gently.
(For applicable doors.)

Middle Door and Upper Cabinet Access


STEP 1. To open the middle door, unlock the middle door lock
under the left front of the bolster.
STEP 2. Hold the middle door firmly.
CAUTION
This door rises automatically on gas springs. To
prevent injury or damage, hold the door firmly.

STEP 3. Press the middle door latch release firmly (the plastic
casing covering the locks).
STEP 4. Continue holding the middle door, while the gas
springs automatically raise the door slowly.
STEP 5. To access the upper cabinet area, while the middle
door is open, slide the upper cabinet frame up from
the cabinet.
STEP 6. To close the upper cabinet area, insert the left and
right sides of the upper cabinet frame into the rails at
the left and right sides of the upper cabinet and
carefully lower the upper cabinet frame.

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STEP 7. To close the middle door, press gently on the middle


door until the door connects to the cabinet frame
securely.

Belly Door Access when the Middle Door is Open


STEP 1. To open the belly door while the middle door is open,
press the belly door latch button (yellow) to the right.

Belly Door
Latch
(Yellow)

STEP 2. Hold the belly door firmly.


CAUTION
This door opens downward. To prevent injury or
damage, hold the door firmly.

STEP 3. Gently lower the belly door assembly.


STEP 4. To close the belly door, raise the door until it connects
to the cabinet frame securely.

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Belly Door Access Using a Key


STEP 1. To open the belly door, unlock the belly door lock
under the right front of the bolster.
STEP 2. Hold the belly door firmly.
CAUTION
This door opens downward. To prevent injury or
damage, hold the door firmly.

STEP 3. Gently lower the belly door assembly.


STEP 4. To close the belly door, raise the door until it connects
to the cabinet frame securely.

Hopper Access (If Applicable)


STEP 1. Hold the belly door firmly.
CAUTION
This door opens downward. To prevent injury or
damage, hold the security panel firmly.

STEP 2. While the middle door and belly door are open, lift the
plunger at the top center of the security panel and
open the security panel.

Plunger
(Hidden)

Security
Panel

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STEP 3. To access the hopper area, pull the hopper access


drawer release handle (yellow) at the left side of the
cabinet interior.

Hopper Access
Drawer Release
Handle (yellow)

NOTE
To open the hopper access drawer, the security
panel must be open.

STEP 4. Grasp the belly door and pull the hopper access
drawer open.

Hopper
Access
Drawer

STEP 5. To close the hopper access drawer, push it back into


the cabinet.
STEP 6. Close the security panel.
STEP 7. Close the belly door and middle door.

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Deck Access Door


NOTE In this machine, note that the machine software
identifies the switch actuated by and located
under this security panel as the main door switch.

STEP 1. To open the deck access door, while the middle door
and belly door are open pull the release handle
(yellow) at the left side of the cabinet interior.

Deck Access
Door Release
Handle (yellow)
Pull the handle.

STEP 2. Lift the deck access door gently.

Lift the
deck
access
door.

STEP 3.
STEP 4. To close the deck access door, press gently on the deck
access door until the door connects to the cabinet
frame securely.

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Security Panel Access for Panels without Hinges


STEP 1. To open the security panel, loosen the thumbscrew at
the top center of the security panel, lift the security
panel to unhook it from the bottom rail of the cabinet,
and lower the security panel through the belly door
area.

Loosen the
thumbscrew,
lift and lower
the security
panel through
the belly door
area.

Do not pinch or damage the cables.

STEP 2. To close the security panel, route any cables where


they will not be pinched, and insert the security panel
up into the cabinet from under the button deck area.
CAUTION To ensure wires and cables are not pinched,
abraded, or otherwise damaged, use care when
inserting and removing doors,

STEP 3. Lower the security panel onto the rail at the bottom of
the cabinet and tighten the thumb screw at the top
center of the security panel.

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Security Panel Access for Panels with Hinges


STEP 1. To open a hinged security panel, lift the plunger at the
top center of the security panel, and open the security
panel.

Plunger
(Hidden)

Security
Panel

STEP 2. To close the security panel, route any cables where


they will not be pinched, and lift the security panel up
into the cabinet from under the button deck area.
CAUTION To ensure wires and cables are not pinched,
abraded, or otherwise damaged, use care when
opening and closing doors.

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Installing the Machine


STEP 1. Ensure the new location has appropriate power and
network cabling installed.
NOTE Changes in floor configuration may require
reconfiguring and rerunning of new power and CAT-5
cables.

STEP 2. Use the instructions provided by your lock


manufacturer to install locks in appropriate areas.
(Machine configurations may vary.)
• top box door
• button deck
• external bill acceptor door
• bill acceptor cash box door
• bill acceptor cash box access door
• belly access door
• quick-drop door (if selected)
• logic door (CPU and CompactFlash card)
STEP 3. If the tower light has been installed, then go to the
next step. If the tower light has not been installed,
then install the tower light in the top box.
NOTE
Tower lights are optional equipment.

STEP 4. Move the machine to the desired location, using a


lifting or moving device, such as a hand truck.
CAUTION The machines are heavy. To prevent injuries and
damage always wear a back brace, work with a
partner, and do not use the tower light to move
the machine. To move the machine easily over a
carpeted area, use a hand truck with solid tires, not
air-filled.

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STEP 5. Place the machine at the desired location.


CAUTION
Ensure the sides and back of the cabinet are not
exposed or accessible by players.

• Do not place the machine on any wires or cables.


• For two or more cabinets, place cabinets side-by-
side or back-to-back and, if applicable, secure each
cabinet to the adjacent cabinet using the provided
holes in the side or back panels.
• Example - For one cabinet, install against a wall or
in a corner.

• Example - For a single line of cabinets, install


against a wall.

• Example - For multiple, freestanding, even numbers


of cabinets not positioned against a wall, install
back-to-back.

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STEP 6. Securely fasten the machine to the stand and, if


applicable, adjacent cabinet or wall.
CAUTION To prevent tipping, always secure the cabinet
firmly to the stand using the Cabinet Stand
Mounting Hardware Kit (205343).

STEP 7. Plug in and route the power and network cables


where they will not be pinched, abraded, or otherwise
damaged.
• Route the power cable through a cut-out in the
base, at the left, right, or rear of the machine as
appropriate for your floor plan layout.
• Open the cabinet door and verify that the power
and network cables are not pinched under the
machine or any neighboring machines.
STEP 8. Press the power switches to supply power to the
machine.
• Alpha 1 Machine Power Switches
• MPU μ-ATX Power Switch - only supplies power
to the MPU Assembly (if available)
• Cabinet Power Switch - only supplies power to
the cabinet components, not including the MPU
Assembly
• Main Power Switch - supplies power to the
entire cabinet and MPU Assembly
• Example - MPU μ-ATX Power Switch
(If available)
MPU μ-ATX
Power Switch
(If available)

• Example - Cabinet and Main Power Switches

Cabinet Power
Switch

Main Power Switch


(Cabinet and MPU)

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• Alpha 2 Machine Power Switches


• Cabinet Power Switch - only supplies power to
the cabinet components, not including the MPU
Assembly
• Main Power Switch - supplies power to the
entire cabinet and MPU Assembly
• Example - Alpha 2 MPU Assembly (21134)
Cabinet and Main Power Switches

Cabinet Power Switch

Main Power Switch


(Cabinet and MPU)

STEP 9. Setup and configure the software.


NOTE For software setup and configuration information,
see your Alpha Game Platform® Software Setup Field
Guide for your machine operating system software
version.

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Operational Tasks
Attendant Pays and Cancelling Credits
NOTE For more information on event and error messages
and solutions, see your Alpha Game Platform™
Software Setup and Operation manual.

Messages similar to the following indicate a requirement for an


Attendant to release the lockup by turning a key in the audit key
switch.
• CALL ATTENDANT MYSTERY PROGRESSIVE WIN
HANDPAY
• CASH OUT HAND PAY LOCKUP
• JACKPOT WIN: (AMOUNT) CALL ATTENDANT
• PAY WIN HAND PAY LOCKUP
• PAY WIN JACKPOT HAND PAY LOCKUP
STEP 1. Pay the player.
STEP 2. Turn the audit key switch to reset the game.

Turn the Audit Key Switch.

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Collecting Bills from the Machine


NOTE Bill acceptor cash box collection procedures
depend upon the machine model specification,
added equipment and the jurisdiction. Note that
bill acceptor cash boxes may vary depending upon
the manufacturer and may include a cash box
release mechanism.

CAUTION
Complete your facility’s procedures for accessing
the machine.

STEP 1. Open the belly door. See “Opening and Closing Doors”
on page 10.
STEP 2. Unlock and open the bill acceptor cash box door.
STEP 3. Remove the bill acceptor cash box from the machine.
STEP 4. Insert an empty bill acceptor cash box.
STEP 5. Close the bill acceptor cash box door and lock it.
STEP 6. Close the belly door.

Unlock and
open the bill
acceptor
door.

Remove
the cash
box.

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Collecting Coins from the Machine’s Coin Box


(If Applicable)
NOTE Coin box collection procedures depend upon the
machine model specification, added equipment,
and the jurisdiction. The coin box full condition is
displayed as HOPPER FULL.

CAUTION
Complete your facility’s procedures for accessing
the machine.

STEP 1. Open the belly door. See “Opening and Closing Doors”
on page 10.
STEP 2. Unlock the coin box.
STEP 3. Either remove the coins from the coin box or remove
the coin box from the machine and replace with an
empty coin box.
STEP 4. Close the belly door.

Unlock and remove


the coin box.

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Collecting Coins from the Stand under the Machine


(If Applicable)
NOTE
Coin collection procedures depend upon the
jurisdiction.

CAUTION
Complete your facility’s procedures for accessing
the stand.

STEP 1. Unlock and open the stand door.


STEP 2. Either remove the coins from the coin box or remove
the coin box from the stand and replace with an
empty coin box.
STEP 3. Close and lock the stand door.

Unlock, open,
and remove the
coins.

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Refilling the Hopper (If Applicable)


NOTE Hopper refill procedures depend upon the
machine model specification, added equipment,
and the jurisdiction.

CAUTION Complete your facility’s procedures for accessing


the machine. Obtain appropriate coins and ensure
the coins match the machine’s coin configuration.
Do not damage the coin probe, dispensing
equipment, or hopper motors. Remove all foreign
objects such as coin wrappers and coins of
incorrect denominations. Do not exceed the
hopper fill level or coin capacity specified by the
hopper manufacturer. Over-filling may cause coins
to spill from the hopper bowl or damage the
hopper equipment.

STEP 1. Open the middle door.


STEP 2. Open the belly door and release the security panel.
STEP 3. Release the lower door assembly and slide out the
hopper access drawer. See “Opening and Closing
Doors” on page 10.
STEP 4. Put the coins in the hopper.
STEP 5. Slide in the hopper access drawer.
STEP 6. Close the security panel and belly door.
STEP 7. Close the middle door to place the machine into
service.

Put coins in
the hopper.

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Refilling the Printer Paper


NOTE Printer paper refill procedures depend upon the
machine model specification, added equipment,
and the jurisdiction.

CAUTION Complete your facility’s procedures for accessing


the machine. Obtain appropriate ticket paper and
ensure the ticket paper matches the machine’s
ticket printer size and capacity.

STEP 1. Open the middle door. See “Opening and Closing


Doors” on page 10.
STEP 2. Put the ticket paper in the paper tray in the
appropriate orientation.
STEP 3. Insert the ticket paper into the printer mechanism and
close the middle door.

Put ticket paper in the paper tray


and insert it into the printer.

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Circuit Board Reference


For reference only. See your Parts manual for parts specific to your
machine.

Backplane Board (PCA40939-0-0)


BH1

P5
P4
P10
P13

P6 J9 J8 J7

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Connectors for Backplane Board (PCA40939-0-0)

Connector Usage
Battery for memory retention
BH1
when the power is off.
Network communication cable
connector. Used to receive data
J2 RS-485 IN from centrally determined
networks, lottery networks, or
game controllers.
J6 COM9 (For future use.)
GAT communication port
J7 COM8 connector
Host 2 (secondary SAS) systems
J8 COM7 cable connector or printer.
Host 1 (primary SAS) systems
J9COM1
cable connector.
Network communication cable
connector. Used to transmit
J10 RS-485 OUT data to centrally determined
networks, lottery networks, or
game controllers.
P1 MPU board assembly connector
P2 MPU board assembly connector
Bill acceptor COM2 signal
P4 BILL VAL. COM2
connector
P5 ATTND. S/W Attendant Switch
P6 MAIN DOOR SWITCH COIN Main door switch, coin tray and
TRAY DROP DOOR drop door
P7 HOPPER Hopper
P8 AUDIO AMP POWER/ Audio amplifier power, printer
PRINTER COM3/CARD READER
COM3, card reader COM4
COM4
Top box COM6 signal cable
P10 TOP BOX COM connector or Progressive
interface card connector
P11 CANDLE Tower light cable connector

P13 PLAYER SWITCHES LED Button light power cable


connector
P14 COIN IN Coin acceptor cable connector

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Connectors for Backplane Board (PCA40939-0-0)

Connector Usage
P15 PLAYER SWITCHES Button signal cable connector
Door LED power, bill validator
P16 DOOR LED POWER
bezel
P17 LOGIC DOOR S/W Logic door switch
P18 SYSTEMS INTERFACE Systems cable connector

P 19 SYSTEMS DOOR INTERFACE Systems door interface cable


connector
External power cable connector.
P20 EXT POWER IN Used to obtain power from the
cabinet.
Flat panel display signal cable
P21 LCD MONITOR
connector
P22 DISPLAY METER LED display cable connector
P23 USB HUB POWER USB hub power cable connector
Spare power cable connector
for additional components such
P24 SPARE POWER
as progressive or system
equipment.
Spare power cable connector
for additional components such
P25 SPARE POWER
as progressive or system
equipment.
P28 ATX POWER SELECT —

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Backplane Board (PCA203574-0-0)


BH1

P5
P4
P10
P13

P6 J9 J8 J7

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Connectors for Backplane Board (PCA203574-0-0)

Connector Usage
Battery for memory retention
BH1
when the power is off.
Network communication cable
connector. Used to receive data
J2 RS-485 IN from centrally determined
networks, lottery networks, or
game controllers.
J6 COM9 (For future use.)
GAT communication port
J7 COM8
connector
Host 2 (secondary SAS) systems
J8 COM7
cable connector or printer.
Host 1 (primary SAS) systems
J9COM1
cable connector.
Network communication cable
connector. Used to transmit
J10 RS-485 OUT data to centrally determined
networks, lottery networks, or
game controllers.
P1 MPU board assembly connector
P2 MPU board assembly connector
Bill acceptor COM2 signal
P4 BILL VAL. COM2
connector
P5 ATTND. S/W Attendant Switch
P6 MAIN DOOR SWITCH COIN Main door switch, coin tray and
TRAY DROP DOOR drop door
P7 HOPPER Hopper
P8 AUDIO AMP POWER/
Audio amplifier power, printer
PRINTER COM3/CARD READER COM3, card reader COM4
COM4
Top box COM6 signal cable
P10 TOP BOX COM connector or Progressive
interface card connector
P11 CANDLE Tower light cable connector
Button light power cable
P13 PLAYER SWITCHES LED
connector
P14 COIN IN Coin acceptor cable connector
P15 PLAYER SWITCHES Button signal cable connector

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Connectors for Backplane Board (PCA203574-0-0)

Connector Usage
Door LED power, bill validator
P16 DOOR LED POWER
bezel
P17 LOGIC DOOR S/W Logic door switch
P18 SYSTEMS INTERFACE Systems cable connector
Systems door interface cable
P 19 SYSTEMS DOOR INTERFACE connector
External power cable connector.
P20 EXT POWER IN Used to obtain power from the
cabinet.

P21 LCD MONITOR Flat panel display signal cable


connector
P22 DISPLAY METER LED display cable connector
P23 USB HUB POWER USB hub power cable connector
Spare power cable connector
for additional components such
P24 SPARE POWER
as progressive or system
equipment.
Spare power cable connector
for additional components such
P25 SPARE POWER as progressive or system
equipment.
P28 ATX POWER SELECT —

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Power Backplane Board (PCA212319-0-0)

Connectors for Power Backplane Board (PCA212319-0-0)

Connector Usage
J12 RCU POWER RCU Power Connector
J13 DC POWER BULKHEAD DC Power for the Bulkhead
J11 DC POWER DC Power Connector
J10 DECK POWER Deck Power Connector
J17 SPARE D/C POWER Spare DC Power
AC Power Distribution
J8 A/C DISTRIBUTION Connector
J5 MPU POWER SWITCHED A/C MPU Power Connector
J7 SWITCHED A/C Switched AC Power
J6 SWITCHED A/C Switched AC Power
J1 SURGE JUMPER Surge Jumper Connector
L1 INPUT POWER FILTER Power Connector
J2 SWITCH CONNECTOR —
J3 LED INDICATOR & TEST LED Indicator Light and Test
POINT PCB Point PCB Assembly Connector
J18 SPARE D/C POWER Spare DC Power

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Connectors for Power Backplane Board (PCA212319-0-0)

Connector Usage
J15 7-SEG DISP METER, POWER 7-Segment Display Meter Power
& PAYLINE and Payline Power
Coin Acceptor and Hopper
J16 COIN MECH & HOPPER Connector
J9 MONITOR POWER Monitor Power Connector
J14 MPU BACKPLANE MPU Backplane Connector

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Signal Backplane Board, Alpha 1 (PCA214995-0-0)

J25
J21
J16 J13 J23 J20 J19 J18

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Connectors for Signal Backplane Board, Alpha 1 (PCA214995-0-0)

Connector Usage
Battery for memory retention
BH1
when the power is off.
J10 COM5 —
J13 DOOR SWITCH INPUTS Main Door Switch Connector
Coin Acceptor and Hopper
J14 COIN/HOPPER I/O
Connector
J15 COM9 (For future use.)
J16 PLAYER SWITCHES LED Button Light Power Connector
J17 PLAYER SWITCHES Button Signal Connector
GAT communication port
J18 COM8
connector

J19 COM7 Host 2 (secondary SAS) systems


cable connector or printer.
J1 SPI INTERFACE SPARE I/O Serial Peripheral Interface
J2 SLOT HANDLE Handle Connector
Host 1 (primary SAS) systems
J20 COM1 cable connector.
J21 BILL VALIDATOR COM2 Bill Acceptor Connector
J22 CANDLE Tower Light Connector
J23 TOP BOX COM 6 Top Box Connector
J24 PRINTER COM3/CARD Printer or Card Reader
READER COM4 Connector
J25 ATTEND. SWITCHES Attendant Switch

J26 COUNTERS Electro-mechanical Counter


Connector
J27 SYSTEMS Systems Connector
J6 POWER BACKPLANE Power Backplane Connector
J8 SERVICE LIGHT Service Light Connector
P1 MPU board assembly connector
P2 MPU board assembly connector

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Signal Backplane Board, Alpha 2 (PCA212344-0-0)

J25
J21
J16 J13 J23 J20 J19 J18

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Connectors for Signal Backplane Board, Alpha 2 (PCA212344-0-0)

Connector Usage
Battery for memory retention
BH1
when the power is off.
J10 COM5 —
J13 DOOR SWITCH INPUTS Main Door Switch Connector
Coin Acceptor and Hopper
J14 COIN/HOPPER I/O
Connector
J15 COM9 (For future use.)
J16 PLAYER SWITCHES LED Button Light Power Connector
J17 PLAYER SWITCHES Button Signal Connector
GAT communication port
J18 COM8
connector

J19 COM7 Host 2 (secondary SAS) systems


cable connector or printer.
J1 SPI INTERFACE SPARE I/O Serial Peripheral Interface
J2 SLOT HANDLE Handle Connector
Host 1 (primary SAS) systems
J20 COM1 cable connector.
J21 BILL VALIDATOR COM2 Bill Acceptor Connector
J22 CANDLE Tower Light Connector
J23 TOP BOX COM 6 Top Box Connector
J24 PRINTER COM3/CARD Printer or Card Reader
READER COM4 Connector
J25 ATTEND. SWITCHES Attendant Switch

J26 COUNTERS Electro-mechanical Counter


Connector
J27 SYSTEMS Systems Connector
J6 POWER BACKPLANE Power Backplane Connector
J8 SERVICE LIGHT Service Light Connector
P1 MPU board assembly connector
P2 MPU board assembly connector

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Marquee Bezel Blinking Speed Settings (If Applicable)

JP1 Jumper

JP2 Jumper

JP1 Position JP2 Position Speed*


No Jumper No Jumper Medium (Default)
No Jumper Jumper Slow
Jumper No Jumper Fast
No blinking.
Jumper Jumper (All LEDs on.)
*Cycle the cabinet power to apply a new speed setting.

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Marquee Bezel Brightness Dimmer Kit (209338),


(If Applicable)
Includes Brightness Dimmer Mounting Bracket (209299, quantity
1), Cable with Switch and Potentiometer (209434, quantity 1),
and Firmware (PGM105129-6-0, quantity 1).

JP1 Jumper
JP2 Jumper
Connected
across JP1
and JP2
U1 Socket Containing Firmware
with Dimmer Option

Potentiometer

Switch

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JP1 Position JP2 Pattern* Brightness**


(Potentiometer) Position
(Switch)

Open Off Light patterns Full Brightness


display.
No light
Open On patterns. All Full Brightness
LEDS illuminate.
Brightness level
Potentiometer Off
Light patterns depends upon the
Setting display. potentiometer
setting.
Brightness level
No light
Potentiometer depends upon the
Setting On patterns. All
LEDS illuminate. potentiometer
setting.
*Switch the cabinet power off and on to apply a new pattern
setting.
**Rotate the potentiometer shaft counterclockwise to decrease the
brightness. Rotate the potentiometer shaft clockwise to increase
the brightness.

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Deck Gadget Board (PCA105-889-0-0)


J4 D2

J2 J1

Components for Deck Gadget Board (PCA105-889-0-0)

Component Usage
D2 Indicator Light
J1 USB Cable Connector
J2 Power Interconnect Cable Connector
J4 Deck Button Cable Connector

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LED Indicator Light for Deck Gadget Board (PCA105889-0-0)

Indicator Button Description


Deck State
Off Off-line One of the following error conditions may
exist: the power is off; the power cable is
unplugged; a firmware error exists; a
hardware error exists; or the deck gadget is
held in reset by software, not yet loaded or
no Operating System software is installed.
On Off-line The power is on and the firmware is loaded.
If the green LED indicator light is solid for 1.5
(Solid, without
to 2 seconds and then briefly blinks off, then
Blinking)
a reset may be occurring and one of the
following error conditions may exist: a
hardware error condition exists; incorrect
firmware; a cable problem; or a defective
gadget.
Two Blinks Off-line/No The machine communicates with the deck
Tilts gadget. The operating system has acquired
the deck gadget, however the deck gadget
is unavailable.
One Blink On-line/No The machine communicates with the deck
Tilts gadget. No errors exist.
Three Blinks On-line/ One of the following error conditions may
Tilted exist: a hardware error condition exists or an
SPI Error (Serial Protocol Interface Error) may
exist.
Four Blinks Off-line/ One of the following error conditions may
Tilted exist: a hardware error condition exists or an
SPI Error (Serial Protocol Interface Error) may
exist.
NOTE: A blink is a brief period where the indicator light is on. The
indicator light continues to blink at 2 to 3 second intervals until the
error is corrected.

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Lighting Control Unit (LCU) Board (PCA212710-0-0)

Port 0 Port 1

Port 7

Port 3
D2

Power

USB

SW1
Port 4

Port 6 Port 2 Port 5

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Components for Lighting Control Unit (LCU) Board (PCA212710-0-0)

Component Typical Usage and Description


D2 Indicator light
SW1 DIP Switch for manually setting light colors
USB LCU to MPU communication cable connector
Power Power cable connector
Port 0 Super candle tower light, if installed, dual row, 16-
pin connector
Port 1 Super candle tower light, if installed, dual row, 16-
pin connector
Port 2 Cabinet side lights or Pro Topper (Marquee with
FPD monitor), if installed, 12-pin micro connector
Port 3 Cabinet side lights or Pro Topper (Marquee with
FPD monitor), if installed, 12-pin micro connector
Port 4 Cabinet side lights or Pro Topper (Marquee with
FPD monitor), if installed, 12-pin micro connector
Port 5 Coin tray light or other simple device
Port 6 Coin tray light or other simple device
Port 7 Bally logo light, red

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Light Control Unit (LCU) Diagnostics

Light Pattern Description


Each light fades from red to The machine is in a diagnostic mode.
orange, yellow, green, blue, Typically, the diagnostic mode displays
indigo, and violet, one at a upon power on.
time, starting from the device
in port 0 and ending at port 7.
Upon start up the lights do A device is disconnected or damaged.
not fade from red to orange, Solution: Connect or replace the affected
yellow, green, blue, indigo, item.
and violet starting from the
device in port 0 and ending at
port 7.
Upon start up, no lights blink. The machine software does not detect or
recognize the LCU board. Solution: Verify
the LCU board firmware is correct.
Replace, if necessary.
After initial start up and A previously connected and working
successfully passing the device has become disconnected or
diagnostic mode period, no damaged. Solution: Replace the affected
lights blink. item.
All of the lights blink A device is disconnected or damaged.
continuously. Solution: Connect or replace the affected
item.
Some lights blink red, blue, The devices displaying this pattern are
and green. Or, some lights connected and undamaged. The devices
blink blue, red, and green. that do not blink or blink another pattern
are damaged or the LCU does not contain
firmware to support the device. Solution:
Replace the affected item or firmware.
Violet and green lights blink A device is damaged or the LCU does not
one, two, three, or four times. contain firmware to support the device.
Or, green lights blink one, two, Solution: Replace the affected item or
three, or four times. firmware.
The LED color or intensity is A connector is loose or disconnected.
incorrect. Solution: Connect the affected item.

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LCU Board LED Indicator Light (D2)

Indicator Button Description


Deck State
Off Off-line One of the following error conditions may
exist: the power is off; the power cable is
unplugged; a firmware error exists; a
hardware error exists; or the LCU is held in
reset by software, not yet loaded or no
Operating System software is installed.
On Off-line The power is on and the firmware is loaded.
If the green LED indicator light is solid for 1.5
(Solid, without
to 2 seconds and then briefly blinks off, then
Blinking)
a reset may be occurring and one of the
following error conditions may exist: a
hardware error condition exists; incorrect
firmware; a cable problem; or a defective
LCU.
Two Blinks Off-line/No The machine communicates with the deck
Tilts gadget. The operating system has acquired
the deck gadget, however the deck gadget
is unavailable.
One Blink On-line/No The machine communicates with the LCU.
Tilts No errors exist.
Three Blinks On-line/ One of the following error conditions may
Tilted exist: a hardware error condition exists or an
SPI Error (Serial Protocol Interface Error) may
exist.
Four Blinks Off-line/ One of the following error conditions may
Tilted exist: a hardware error condition exists or an
SPI Error (Serial Protocol Interface Error) may
exist.
NOTE: A blink is a brief period where the indicator light is on. The
indicator light continues to blink at 2 to 3 second intervals until the
error is corrected.

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Cable Connector and CompactFlash


Socket Reference
For reference only. See your Cables and Boards manual for cables
specific to your machine.

MPU Assembly (209195 or 204965)

Monitor-Use either
top or bottom socket,
(depends upon the
Ethernet Touch Screen Power game theme)

USB USB Compact Flash Sockets


Mic In (Behind the Logic Door)
Line In Top Socket-OS
Line Out Bottom Socket-Game Theme

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MPU Assembly (212233)


Display Port Video Interface,
Secondary (top monitor)
Display Port Video Interface,
Touch Screen, Secondary Primary (bottom monitor)
Touch Screen, Primary DVI-I Video Interface
(not used)
Ethernet (2 ports) Power

Line In (top)
Line Out (middle) USB (4 ports) Compact Flash Sockets
Mic In (bottom) (Behind the Logic Door)
Top Socket-Installation
Monitor, Secondary Bottom Socket-OS and
Game Theme
Monitor, Primary

Cabinet Signal Cable (218527-00-0)


This cable includes wiring for some systems connections. If your
system requires a customized cable, then disconnect the systems
connectors on this cable.

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