Quoted from vireland:
Pretty sure the instructions clearly say to use a multimeter with alligator clips to check the baseline at the start and then be able to get the reading in real time to see what you're doing. I expanded the warning section to be VERY CLEAR now, and changed the recommendation to adjust .1v at a time then test instead of .2v at a time and test to address your concern.
It's not common knowledge. I got tired of the "my Spike machine reset mid-game" posts in random Spike game threads all over Pinside, so I made a single thread to address the problem and provide the solution. For all I know, some of these poor sods are shellshocked from GoT Prem and think the resets are "as designed".
As long as you're here, can you confirm that the software for the watchdog circuit has been adjusted to make these momentary-drop resets less frequent, and if that's been adjusted on all Spike software or just some of them? Leaving this important information about potentially safer and easier alternate fixes to the watchdog circuit itself in software that have happened or will happen to rumor and speculation is not super-customer-friendly.
Can you tell me exactly where to put my black lead and red lead in order to measure the 48v. It’s been along time. I see the pot on the power supply. I’m have GB reset issues during crazy multi balls. I want to bump it up a tenth as you suggested