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Subject: Re: IGt double diamond lights up no reel spin

Randy Loper (Lopez)
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Date Posted: 13:19:08 05/29/14 Thu

>oh boy.. this is great.
>Amazing the machine is sooo clean it floors me that i
>have had so much trouble with it. I have had ones that
>were rusted through and through and they worked with
>minor tweaks.
>I emailed you a little QT video clip as one last
>resort so you can see what the reels are doing. Maybe
>i'll take the board out again and use some compressed
>air on it. Where are the chips for the reels located
>on this older style board..?
>Been reading both input and questions as I have same machine (with $$ accepter) same problems though, fixed all with same suggestions, however, have to ask again about fixing the coin accepter with your approach. My wheel spin worked with cleaning by air pressure and also readjusting wire connections. Sure would like to fix coin receptor..... Thanks

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Date Posted: 12:35:41 05/30/14 Fri

With a CC there is a small potentiometer that can be adjusted for the accept rate. After that there is the small cable that connects to the CC that can be checked. Also on many CC such as the CC-16 there is a small capacitor on the board, I believe it was 220 uf 25 volt, that would always go bad.

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