(Topic ID: 69219)

need help with a Mata Hari problem...


By DnDPins

6 years ago



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#2 6 years ago

What you did is blow the crap out of your game. You ran 160-180v down the 5 volt line likely taking out MPU, driver board and light board. I would expect every 5 volt chip needs to be replaced.

#10 6 years ago

The best thing that you could do is follow the Bally guide by clay as to waht to do before turning the game on. It systematically walks you through testing voltages at the rectifier board then the driver board.

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