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Subject: Bally Pro Slot s6000 bonus times


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Shawn G
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Date Posted: 17:26:51 03/07/10 Sun

Hello I was wondering if a code 88 means that the board is toast. I received a new mpu board in the mail today after getting a code 88 before all this mess.. I put the new board in and i was instructed to do a full clear on it. I downloaded the new bin files i recved and used my chipmax 2 to program them. I put them in and it gave me a clc code meaning it took the clear.. I then replaced those chips with the orig ones and I am getting a code 88 again? just wondering what the heck is going on.. I have never had a problem with doing this procedure before and have been successfull in the past and I am not doing anything different than how i did it before. Any suggestions? thanks

shawn g


shawngallerger@live.com

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[> Subject: Re: Bally Pro Slot s6000 bonus times


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Jeremy
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Date Posted: 19:04:48 03/07/10 Sun

If you got a CL C after The CH C then it sounds as though you did a complete RAM clear properly. It is possible you got another bad board or something is causing the MPU to fail. This is one of those problems where it is handy to have another working machine or lots of parts to swap out. I would try another MPU but only because I have access to a lot of parts then the power supply. I would also check for any cut wires bad connections so on.
It is also possible that the original game chips have gone bad and need replacing. This doesnít happen often but does happen occasionally.

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[> Subject: Re: Bally Pro Slot s6000 bonus times


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Jeremy
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Date Posted: 19:18:26 03/07/10 Sun

A fellow coworker has told me in the past that the S6000 are supposed to flash the candle at a certain rate a second for 8X errors allowing to narrow down the problem better. If you have the manual you may want to look it up. I donít have a manual handy but will check it out when I do if you donít have one. Also I have never actually checked this out I have only heard this.

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