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Subject: back lit reel problems

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Date Posted: 05:40:47 06/19/09 Fri

I have a IGT S2000 BIG TIMES PAY with bonus reel and back lit reels.
Problem is the back lit reels do not work during normal play but do work under the i/o test procedure (4.10). Normally the back lit reel bulbs should be very dimly lit whrn the poser is on, these are not. I have tried chaning the bulbs, reel hardness, i/o cabinet board and the wire harness, I have also replaced the small circuit board on the rear wall.
Does any one have any suggestions?

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Date Posted: 07:28:20 06/19/09 Fri

It looks as though you have followed all the right things that would cause a problem like that. I would have thought it was the cabinet I/O but you have changed it out then it obviously canít be that. The way it works in test mode and then not during game play is very strange. I would try to change out the main program chips that run the game or reseat them and look for any bent pins. I have seen bent pins or bad game chips cause strange problem like that. Sometimes it can be hard to spot a bent pin without taking the chips out and examining them. Let me know how it goes.

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