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Subject: slot machine problem

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Date Posted: 14:11:24 10/16/09 Fri

i have a bally 1000 series slot machine that i had the 3.6 volt ni cad battery go bad and soldered a new battery on the board and it now has a code 2 on the led display on the number 6 display (right side)and the reset & test buttons dont do anything. the book i have shows this to be ram failure mode #1 (safe). i have no idea what this means, do i need to replace ram? if so where can i get one? please help .

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Date Posted: 16:22:58 10/16/09 Fri

Wow a Bally 1000 I havenít seen one of those since the mid 90ís. Iím looking for a manual to help me remember your machine. There is a RAM clear chip that used to be used to clear out old data when needed. Iím not sure if the 1000 series had a Safe RAM clear as the 5000 and 6000 do, but if you have the manual it should tell you. Also I would reseat the chips on the MPU just to make sure they are seated all the way. I canít remember that much at the moment about your machine since itís been so long. Iíll ask around to see if anyone else remembers the Bally E series machines.

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