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Subject: Re: IGT S+ Slot


Author:
Zeebadee
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Date Posted: 08:17:46 02/08/07 Thu
In reply to: Walker 's message, "IGT S+ Slot" on 18:45:28 02/07/07 Wed

Some of the S+ machines have a volume control located on the processor board. Try adjusting this if you have one and see if the buzzing is coming from the speaker or from the mechanics of the game.


>My IGT S+ Wild Cherry Machine makes a buzzing noise
>after each play. It's a loud buzz, then a low level
>buzz. It goes away after a minute or two. It starts
>back up whenever the machine is played. It does not
>make a noise while the reels are spinning though. It
>sounds like it's coming from the coin comparator. The
>buzzing noise does not seem to affect the play of the
>machine. Thanks for your help.

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Author:
jay
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Date Posted: 21:29:47 02/08/07 Thu

The S+ have two different motherboards.

The most common is the 10mhz - these have the little blue wheel as described in the earlier reply. Never heard one of these buzz.

The second is the 16mhz - these have no wheels or dipswitches - the sound volume is controlled from the self test menu. Unfortunately the buzzing sound is inherient to this board and you cannot eliminate it. Even if you turn the volume all the way down the buzzing will continue.

The 16mhz has much faster credit payback and other features that the 10mhz board didn't, the buzzing was never a concern in a crowded noisy casino.






>My IGT S+ Wild Cherry Machine makes a buzzing noise
>after each play. It's a loud buzz, then a low level
>buzz. It goes away after a minute or two. It starts
>back up whenever the machine is played. It does not
>make a noise while the reels are spinning though. It
>sounds like it's coming from the coin comparator. The
>buzzing noise does not seem to affect the play of the
>machine. Thanks for your help.
[> [> Subject: Re: IGT S+ Slot


Author:
Walter
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Date Posted: 12:23:16 02/16/07 Fri

The buzzing just started about three weeks ago. Actually in a crowded casino, this buzzing noise could be heard by at least the person playing the machine and the people on either side of them as the noise is very loud. The speaker is fine. I actually disconnected it and the buzzing did not stop. The noise only starts while playing the machine. It does not make a sound just sitting there. It only buzzes between each spin.....very loud for about 2 seconds, then soft for another 2 to 3 seconds. But if you immediately push the max bet button, the machine resumes play without any noise at all......until the wheels stop. It doesn't seem to be affecting the play, but it is very, very annoying making me not want to play it. The buzz sounds like an old alarm clock.


>The S+ have two different motherboards.
>
>The most common is the 10mhz - these have the little
>blue wheel as described in the earlier reply. Never
>heard one of these buzz.
>
>The second is the 16mhz - these have no wheels or
>dipswitches - the sound volume is controlled from the
>self test menu. Unfortunately the buzzing sound is
>inherient to this board and you cannot eliminate it.
>Even if you turn the volume all the way down the
>buzzing will continue.
>
>The 16mhz has much faster credit payback and other
>features that the 10mhz board didn't, the buzzing was
>never a concern in a crowded noisy casino.
>
>
>
>
>
>
>>My IGT S+ Wild Cherry Machine makes a buzzing noise
>>after each play. It's a loud buzz, then a low level
>>buzz. It goes away after a minute or two. It starts
>>back up whenever the machine is played. It does not
>>make a noise while the reels are spinning though. It
>>sounds like it's coming from the coin comparator. The
>>buzzing noise does not seem to affect the play of the
>>machine. Thanks for your help.
[> [> [> Subject: Re: IGT S+ Slot


Author:
Zeebadee
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Date Posted: 08:14:55 02/17/07 Sat

I think it could be your coin comparitor. As I understand it, the comparitor energizes to allow coins to pass into the machine. De-energized, coins are returned to the tray. So it would be deenergized while the reels are spinning, or a winner is being paid off, and energized when it's ready to accept coins. The problem could be the comparitor itself, or an excessive amount of ripple on the power supply to it. Does the buzzing stop when you open the door?


>The buzzing just started about three weeks ago.
>Actually in a crowded casino, this buzzing noise could
>be heard by at least the person playing the machine
>and the people on either side of them as the noise is
>very loud. The speaker is fine. I actually
>disconnected it and the buzzing did not stop. The
>noise only starts while playing the machine. It does
>not make a sound just sitting there. It only buzzes
>between each spin.....very loud for about 2 seconds,
>then soft for another 2 to 3 seconds. But if you
>immediately push the max bet button, the machine
>resumes play without any noise at all......until the
>wheels stop. It doesn't seem to be affecting the
>play, but it is very, very annoying making me not want
>to play it. The buzz sounds like an old alarm clock.
>
>
>>The S+ have two different motherboards.
>>
>>The most common is the 10mhz - these have the little
>>blue wheel as described in the earlier reply. Never
>>heard one of these buzz.
>>
>>The second is the 16mhz - these have no wheels or
>>dipswitches - the sound volume is controlled from the
>>self test menu. Unfortunately the buzzing sound is
>>inherient to this board and you cannot eliminate it.
>>Even if you turn the volume all the way down the
>>buzzing will continue.
>>
>>The 16mhz has much faster credit payback and other
>>features that the 10mhz board didn't, the buzzing was
>>never a concern in a crowded noisy casino.
>>
>>
>>
>>
>>
>>
>>>My IGT S+ Wild Cherry Machine makes a buzzing noise
>>>after each play. It's a loud buzz, then a low level
>>>buzz. It goes away after a minute or two. It starts
>>>back up whenever the machine is played. It does not
>>>make a noise while the reels are spinning though. It
>>>sounds like it's coming from the coin comparator.
>The
>>>buzzing noise does not seem to affect the play of the
>>>machine. Thanks for your help.
[> [> [> [> Subject: Re: IGT S+ Slot


Author:
Walker
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Date Posted: 12:19:36 02/17/07 Sat

I think you might be right, as the buzzing noise sounds like it's coming right from the coin slot. You can actually feel the buzzing right above where the coin comparator would sit. The noise stops immediately when you open the door.

>I think it could be your coin comparitor. As I
>understand it, the comparitor energizes to allow coins
>to pass into the machine. De-energized, coins are
>returned to the tray. So it would be deenergized while
>the reels are spinning, or a winner is being paid off,
>and energized when it's ready to accept coins. The
>problem could be the comparitor itself, or an
>excessive amount of ripple on the power supply to it.
>Does the buzzing stop when you open the door?
>
>
>>The buzzing just started about three weeks ago.
>>Actually in a crowded casino, this buzzing noise could
>>be heard by at least the person playing the machine
>>and the people on either side of them as the noise is
>>very loud. The speaker is fine. I actually
>>disconnected it and the buzzing did not stop. The
>>noise only starts while playing the machine. It does
>>not make a sound just sitting there. It only buzzes
>>between each spin.....very loud for about 2 seconds,
>>then soft for another 2 to 3 seconds. But if you
>>immediately push the max bet button, the machine
>>resumes play without any noise at all......until the
>>wheels stop. It doesn't seem to be affecting the
>>play, but it is very, very annoying making me not want
>>to play it. The buzz sounds like an old alarm clock.
>>
>>
>>>The S+ have two different motherboards.
>>>
>>>The most common is the 10mhz - these have the little
>>>blue wheel as described in the earlier reply. Never
>>>heard one of these buzz.
>>>
>>>The second is the 16mhz - these have no wheels or
>>>dipswitches - the sound volume is controlled from the
>>>self test menu. Unfortunately the buzzing sound is
>>>inherient to this board and you cannot eliminate it.
>>>Even if you turn the volume all the way down the
>>>buzzing will continue.
>>>
>>>The 16mhz has much faster credit payback and other
>>>features that the 10mhz board didn't, the buzzing was
>>>never a concern in a crowded noisy casino.
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>>>My IGT S+ Wild Cherry Machine makes a buzzing noise
>>>>after each play. It's a loud buzz, then a low level
>>>>buzz. It goes away after a minute or two. It
>starts
>>>>back up whenever the machine is played. It does not
>>>>make a noise while the reels are spinning though.
>It
>>>>sounds like it's coming from the coin comparator.
>>The
>>>>buzzing noise does not seem to affect the play of
>the
>>>>machine. Thanks for your help.
[> [> [> [> [> Subject: Re: IGT S+ Slot


Author:
Bob
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Date Posted: 12:18:23 02/21/07 Wed

Here is another thing to look at- just below the coin comparator, you have a coin divertor which has a coil in it; coils are known to BUZZ when they wear out; an Irritating buzz. you can disconnect the Divertor wire and see it it goes away. You can also manually setr the coin divertor to the "Coin to hopper" position versus the "Coin to Drop Box" position; the divertor is just a piece of plastic that moves forward or backward. To manually set it, remove the coil hook up and just place a small shim in where it pivots forward or back; even a little piece of paper that jams it will work.- or you can try and repair to coil by wrapping it tight in back electrical tape or order a new divertor coil or assembly, (from Happ.com) both fairly cheap items. (If this is the problem)

>I think you might be right, as the buzzing noise
>sounds like it's coming right from the coin slot. You
>can actually feel the buzzing right above where the
>coin comparator would sit. The noise stops
>immediately when you open the door.
>
>>I think it could be your coin comparitor. As I
>>understand it, the comparitor energizes to allow coins
>>to pass into the machine. De-energized, coins are
>>returned to the tray. So it would be deenergized while
>>the reels are spinning, or a winner is being paid off,
>>and energized when it's ready to accept coins. The
>>problem could be the comparitor itself, or an
>>excessive amount of ripple on the power supply to it.
>>Does the buzzing stop when you open the door?
>>
>>
>>>The buzzing just started about three weeks ago.
>>>Actually in a crowded casino, this buzzing noise
>could
>>>be heard by at least the person playing the machine
>>>and the people on either side of them as the noise is
>>>very loud. The speaker is fine. I actually
>>>disconnected it and the buzzing did not stop. The
>>>noise only starts while playing the machine. It does
>>>not make a sound just sitting there. It only buzzes
>>>between each spin.....very loud for about 2 seconds,
>>>then soft for another 2 to 3 seconds. But if you
>>>immediately push the max bet button, the machine
>>>resumes play without any noise at all......until the
>>>wheels stop. It doesn't seem to be affecting the
>>>play, but it is very, very annoying making me not
>want
>>>to play it. The buzz sounds like an old alarm clock.
>>>
>>>
>>>>The S+ have two different motherboards.
>>>>
>>>>The most common is the 10mhz - these have the little
>>>>blue wheel as described in the earlier reply. Never
>>>>heard one of these buzz.
>>>>
>>>>The second is the 16mhz - these have no wheels or
>>>>dipswitches - the sound volume is controlled from
>the
>>>>self test menu. Unfortunately the buzzing sound is
>>>>inherient to this board and you cannot eliminate it.
>>>>Even if you turn the volume all the way down the
>>>>buzzing will continue.
>>>>
>>>>The 16mhz has much faster credit payback and other
>>>>features that the 10mhz board didn't, the buzzing
>was
>>>>never a concern in a crowded noisy casino.
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>>My IGT S+ Wild Cherry Machine makes a buzzing noise
>>>>>after each play. It's a loud buzz, then a low
>level
>>>>>buzz. It goes away after a minute or two. It
>>starts
>>>>>back up whenever the machine is played. It does
>not
>>>>>make a noise while the reels are spinning though.
>>It
>>>>>sounds like it's coming from the coin comparator.
>>>The
>>>>>buzzing noise does not seem to affect the play of
>>the
>>>>>machine. Thanks for your help.


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