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Home for the Gottlieb SYS1-SYS80B guys, Yep it's a club :)

By Gerry

6 years ago

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#1116 3 years ago

Has anyone used the Gottlieb system 1 Mark II CPU replacement board and driver board by NI-WUMPE?
if so, what do you thing about it? I guess I should have asked this question before ordering. It would make me feel better getting positive feedback about them.

#1119 3 years ago
Quoted from BorgDog:

A Ni-wumpf came in my Joker Poker when i bought it, have not had any issues seems to work just fine. I also recently replaced all the boards in my Pinball Pool with the Pascal all-in-one board, and it was quick and easy and also works just fine. Given the choice and especially if having to replace more than 1 board I would go the Pascal all-in-one for simplicity sake, but like I say my Ni-wumpf works just fine, no issues.

That's good to hear, Pinball Pool is what these boards will be going in. It already had a new Rottendog power supply in it. Steve Young at PBR said he wasn't 100% positive if the Rottendog power supply was compatible with these boards but said it would probably be fine.

#1124 3 years ago
Quoted from Insane:

My Joker Poker also has a Rottendog PS. I also have a niwumph driver board ad CPU. I have heard that there can sometimes be issues between a RD Driver and a NiWumph CPU Board.

I think my driver board is ok but I went ahead and ordered both Ni-Wumph CPU and Driver boards just to be on the save side. I was really kinda wanting the all-in-one board, but it's a lil to late now.

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#1127 3 years ago

Help! I just installed a new Ni-Wumph Mark II cpu and Driver board with new Rottendog power supply. It's not showing anything in the manual sent with the new boards about the problem I am having. After I installed the three boards with new CPU to Driver cable connector and powered it up, I am just getting 4 red leds on driver board steady lit, the four displays reading "320,000"then "0" back and fourth, the status display reading "0 10", the playfield and Back box GI's act like they are going through a test mode repeating the same thing over and over. there are three relays in the upper right under playfield ("Q" "T" "B") and the "B" relay keeps kicking in and out. ....never giving me the option to configure the board to my game (Pinball Pool). what I have described is all it will do.

#1129 3 years ago

I messed with cleaning and bending the molex pins on the rest of the cables to make better connection and was able to configure the new board to my game and get set up menu, however, when starting game, it just kicks the ball to shooter lane and that's it, no flippers, pop bumpers, slingshots etc. it will score the 10 point leaf switchs when manually triggered and 1000 points one time when I drop one of the drop targets, then it stops any scoring. I guess my best bet is to replace all the connector pins and go from there. thanks for the email link Borgdog. think I will replace all the pins first and see what happens.

#1131 3 years ago
Quoted from Insane:

I also have emailed with Ace, and have found him to be very helpful. Also I think he told me, or I read, that the niwumph boards don't like the interconnect cable that have diodes installed. Don't know if yours does. just something I remember.

No, When ordering the cable, I read that the Niwumph has the diodes built into the board and don't need the cable with the diodes. only need (should use) when using the factory Rockwell board.

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#1132 3 years ago

Question about system 1 bridge rectifier.......can I use a 35 amp 1000 volt rectifier and be okay?

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#1136 3 years ago
Quoted from ForceFlow:

Kind of a late response here, but yes, you can always use a bridge that is rated higher.

I do remember reading somewhere that it was better to go over factory rated volts but didn't know if going that much over was going too extreme with it. thanks for the reply.

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#1146 3 years ago

I didn't think about telling you about this thread earlier.
Anyway, I have an extra 4-digit display and I bought new pop bumper caps for mine so I have a couple of those I can throw in too since it looks like you are missing one.
I'm not completely clear about pinside rules, so pm me if interested.

......EDITED: After reading some previous posts on this thread it looks like it's safe to say: $30.00 shipped for both the display and the bumper caps.

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