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Date Posted: 14:38:05 01/19/09 Mon
I have been reading other post her about the bill acceptor and have a question. I have a players edge plus video poker game that I believe is a dbv-200. It has not worked since I have bought the game from a friend. In the post about Sigma games you are talking about dip settings. Do you think this could be the problem with my game? And what setting should my game be?
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Date Posted: 15:01:21 01/19/09 Mon
It may be a problem if set wrong. You can tell by the program version number on the MPU. Simply power down the game and pull the MPU out. The MPU is the main board that controls the game and will simply slide out. Once the MPU is out locate the program chip and look at the version number it should begin with ether a XP or a PP letters. If it begins with PP then it will be an IDO 22 if it begins with XP then it will be an IDO 23. If you donít want to pull the MPU you can also see the program in setup mode.
At the bottom of the 200 HEAD there will be some Dip switches the first one dip1 switch 10 will set the IDO.
If the Game program begins with XP then set Dip1 switch 10 to off for IDO 23
If the Game program begins with PP then set Dip1 switch 10 to on for IDO 22
There is other things that may be the problem here are the things to check
1. Power supply
5. Is the BV enabled in setup
If you can give me more information about the BV problem you are having I can be more specific. Things like is it cycling is the bills getting stuck and so on.
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