Sega type twin F355 User Manual

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2nd PRINTING AUG

Deluxe Version

OWNER’S MANUAL

SEGA ENTERPRISES, INC. USA

MANUAL NO. 4201-6507-01

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BEFORE USING THE PRODUCT, BE SURE TO READ THE FOLLOWING:

To maintain the safety:

To ensure the safe usage of the product, be sure to read the following before using the product. The following instructions are intended for the users, operators and the personnel in charge of the operation of the product. After carefully reading and sufficiently understanding the warning displays and cautions, handle the product appropriately. Be sure to keep this manual nearby the product or elsewhere convenient for referring to it when necessary.

Herein, explanations which require special attention are enclosed with dual lines. Depending on the potentially hazardous degrees, the terms of WARNING, CAUTION, etc. are used. Be sure to understand the contents of the displays before reading the text.

Indicates that mishandling the product by disregarding this warning will cause a potentially hazardous situation which can result in death or serious injury.

Indicates that mishandling the product by disregarding this caution will cause a slight hazardous situation which can result in personal injury and or material damage.

For the sage usage of the product, the following pictographs are used:

Indicates “HANDLE WITH CARE.” In order to protect the human body an equipment, this display is attached to places where the Owner’s Manual and or Service Manual should be referred to.

Perform work in accordance with the instructions herein stated.

Instructions for work are explained by paying attention to the aspect of accident prevention. Failing to perform work as per the instructions can cause accidents. In the case where only those who have technical expertise should perform the work to avoid hazardous situation, the instructions herein state that the serviceman should perform such work.

Be sure to turn off power before working on the machine.

To prevent electric shock, be sure to turn off power before starting the work in which the worker touches the interior of the product. If the work is to be performed in the power-on status, the Instruction Manual herein always states to that effect.

Be sure to ground the Earth Terminal (this, however, is not required in the case where a power cord with earth is used).

This product is equipped with the Earth Terminal. When installing the product, Connect the Earth Terminal to the “accurately grounded indoor earth terminal” by using an earth wire. Unless the product is grounded appropriately, the user can be subject to electric shock. After performing repair, etc. for the Control equipment, ensure that the Earth Wire is firmly connected to the Control equipment.

Ensure that the Power Supply used is equipped with an Earth Leakage Breaker.

This product does not incorporate the Earth Leakage Breaker. Using a power supply which is not equipped with the Earth Leakage Breaker can cause a fire when earth leakage occurs.

Be sure to use fuses which meet the specified rating. (only for the machines which use fuses). Using fuses exceeding the specified rating can cause a fire and electric shock.

Specification changes (removal of equipment, conversion and addition) not designated by SEGA are not allowed.

The parts of the product include warning labels for safety, covers for personal protection, etc. It is very hazardous to operate the product by removing parts and or modifying the circuits. Should doors, lids and protective parts be damaged or lost, refrain from operating the product, and contact where the product was purchased from or the office herein stated. SEGA shall not be held responsible for any accidents, compensation for damage to a third party, resulting from the specifications not designated by SEGA.

Ensure that the product meets the requirements of appropriate Electrical Specifications.

Before installing the product, check for Electrical Specifications. SEGA products have a nameplate on which Electrical Specifications are described. Ensure that the product is compatible with the power supply voltage and frequency requirements of the location. Using any Electrical Specifications different from the designated Specifications can cause a fire and electric shock.

Install and operate the product in places where appropriate lighting is available, allowing warning labels to be clearly read.

To ensure safety for the customers, labels and printed instructions describing potentially hazardous situation are applied to places where accidents can be caused. Ensure that where the product is operated has sufficient lighting allowing the warnings to be read. If any label is peeled off, apply it again immediately. Please place an order with where the product was purchased from or the office herein stated.

When handling the Monitor, be very careful. (Applies only to the product w/monitor.)

Some of the monitor (TV) parts are subject to high tension voltage. Even after running off power, some portions are still subject to high tension voltage sometimes. Monitor repair and replacement should be performed only be those technical personnel who have knowledge of electricity and technical expertise.

Be sure to adjust the monitor (projector) properly. (Applies only to the product w/monitor.)

Do not operate the product leaving on-screen flickering or blurring as it is. Using the product with the monitor not properly adjusted may cause dizziness or a headache to an operator, a player, or the customers.

When transporting or reselling this product, be sure to attach this manual to the product.

In the case where commercially available monitors and printers are used in this product, only the contents relating to this product are explained herein. Some commercially available equipment has functions and reactions not stated in this manual. Read this manual together with the specific Instruction Manual of such equipment.

Descriptions herein contained may be subject to improvement changes without notice.

The contents described herein are fully prepared with due care. However, should any question arise or errors be found, please contact SEGA.

INSPECTIONS IMMEDIATELY AFTER TRANSPORTING THE PRODUCT TO THE LOCATION.

Normally, at the time of shipment, SEGA products are in a status allowing for usage immediately after transporting to the location. Nevertheless, an irregular situation may occur during transportation. Before turning on power, check the following points to ensure that the product has been transported in a satisfactory status.

Are there any dented portions or defects (cuts, etc.) on the external surfaces of the cabinet?

Are Casters and Adjusters, damaged?

Do the power supply voltage and frequency requirements meet with those of the location?

Are all wiring connectors correctly and securely connected? Unless connected in the correct direction, connector connections can not be made accurately. Do not insert connectors forcibly.

Do power cords have cuts and dents?

Do the fuses used meet specified rating? Is the Circuit Protector in an energized status? Are all accessories available?

Can all Doors and Lids be opened with the Accessory keys? Can Doors and Lids be firmly closed?

TABLE OF CONTENTS

BEFORE USING THE PRODUCT, BE SURE TO READ THE FOLLOWING:

 

 

TABLE OF CONTENTS

 

 

INTRODUCTION OF THE OWNER’S MANUAL

 

 

1.

HANDLING PRECAUTIONS ................................................................................................

1

 

2. PRECAUTIONS CONCERNING INSTALLATION LOCATION ........................................

2 - 3

3.

OPERATION ...........................................................................................................................

4 - 5

4.

NAME OF PARTS ...................................................................................................................

6

 

5.

ACCESSORIES ......................................................................................................................

7 - 9

6.

ASSEMBLING AND INSTALLATION .................................................................................

10

- 19

7.

PRINTER (OPTIONAL)..........................................................................................................

20

 

 

7 - 1 OPERATION WITH THE PRINTER ATTACHED..............................................

20

- 21

 

7 - 2 SETTING THE ROLL PAPER..............................................................................

21

- 24

 

7 - 3 CLEANING OF THE PRINTER HEAD...............................................................

25

 

 

7 - 4

COUNTERMEASURES AGAINST PAPER JAM...............................................

26

 

8. PRECAUTIONS TO BE HEEDED WHEN MOVING THE MACHINE ..............................

27

- 29

9.

HANDLE MECHA........ .........................................................................................................

30

 

 

9 - 1 ADJUSTING OR REPLACING THE V.R. ..........................................................

30

- 33

 

9 - 2

GREASING...........................................................................................................

33

 

 

9 - 3

REPLACING PADDLE (WING) SHIFT SWITCH...........................................

34

- 35

10.

6-SPEED SHIFT........................................................ .............................................................

36

 

 

10- 1 REMOVING THE SHIFT LEVER......................................................................

36

- 37

 

10- 2

REPLACING THE SWITCH...............................................................................

38

 

11.

ACCELERATOR & BRAKE.................................................................................................

39

 

 

11- 1

ADJUSTING AND REPLACING THE V.R. .....................................................

39

- 40

 

11- 2

GREASING...........................................................................................................

40

 

12.

CLUTCH PEDAL....... ..........................................................................................................

41

 

 

12- 1 REMOVING THE CLUTCH PEDAL.................................................................

41

- 42

 

12- 2

VOLUME ADJUSTMENT/REPLACEMENT.....................................................

43

 

 

12- 3

GREASING..........................................................................................................

44

 

13.

COIN SELECTOR..................................................................................................................

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14.

MONITOR...............................................................................................................................

49

 

 

14- 1 CAUTIONS AND WARNINGS CONCERNING THE SAFETY FOR

 

 

 

 

HANDLING THE MONITORS...........................................................................

49

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14- 2 CAUTIONS TO BE HEEDED WHEN CLEANING THE CRT

 

 

 

 

SURFACES...........................................................................................................

51

 

 

 

 

 

 

14- 3

ADJUSTMENT METHOD...................................................................................

52

- 53

 

 

 

 

14- 4 CLEANING THE MONITOR GLASS................................................................

54

- 56

 

 

 

15.

REPLACING THE FLOURESCENT LAMP, AND LAMPS.................................................

57

- 65

 

 

 

16.

PERIODIC INSPECTION TABLE.........................................................................................

66

- 67

 

 

 

17.

TROUBLESHOOTING..........................................................................................................

68

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18.

GAME BOARD......................................................................................................................

71

 

 

 

 

 

 

18 - 1 TAKING OUT THE BOARD..............................................................................

71

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18 - 2 COMPOSITION OF GAME BOARD.................................................................

72

 

 

 

 

 

19.

DESIGN RELATED PARTS...................................................................................................

73

 

 

 

 

 

20.

PARTS LIST............................................................................................................................

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21.

WIRE COLOR CODE TABE..................................................................................................

144

 

 

 

22.

WIRING DIAGRAM..............................................................................................................

145-149

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

SPECIFICATIONS

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Installation Space

: 1,310 mm (W) X 2,830 mm (D)

 

 

(51.6 in. X 111.4 in.)

Height

: 2,660 mm (104.7 in.)

Weight

: 370 kg. (815.7 lbs.)

Power, maximum current

: 600 W 6.7 A (AC 110V 50 Hz AREA)

 

 

600 W 6.7 A (AC 110V 60 Hz AREA)

 

 

580 W 6.0 A (AC 120V 60 Hz AREA)

 

 

590 W 3.5 A (AC 220V 50 Hz AREA)

 

 

580 W 3.4 A (AC 220V 60 Hz AREA)

 

 

600 W 3.4 A (AC 230V 50 Hz AREA)

 

 

580 W 3.2 A (AC 230V 60 Hz AREA)

 

 

600 W 3.2 A (AC 240V 50 Hz AREA)

 

 

590 W 3.2 A (AC 240V 60 Hz AREA)

For TAIWAN

 

 

Power, current

: 600 W 6.7 A (MAX.)

 

 

340 W 4.0 A (MIN.)

MONITOR

: 50 TYPE COLOR MONITOR

 

 

 

 

INTRODUCTION OF THE OWNERS MANUAL

This Owner's Manual is intended to provide detailed descriptions together with all the necessary information covering the general operation of electronic assemblies, electromechanicals, servicing control, spare parts, etc. as regards the product,

F355 CHALLENGE DX TYPE.

This manual is intended for the owners, personnel and managers in charge of operation of the product. Operate the product after carefully reading and sufficiently understanding the instructions. If the product fails to function satisfactorily, nontechnical personnel should under no circumstances touch the internal system. Please contact where the product was purchased from.

Use of this product is unlikely to cause physical injuries or damages to property. However, where special attention is required this is indicated by a thick line, the word "IMPORTANT" and its sign in this manual.

STOP

Indicates that mishandling the product by disregarding this display can cause the

product's intrinsic performance not to be obtained, resulting in malfunctioning.

 

IMPORTANT

SEGA ENTERPRISES, INC. (U.S.A.)/CUSTOMER SERVICE

45133 Industrial Drive, Fremont, California 94538, U.S.A.

Phone : (415) 701-6580

Fax : (415) 701-6594

DEFINITION OF LOCATION MAINTENANCE MAN AND SERVICEMAN

Non-technical personnel who do not have technical knowledge and expertise should refrain from performing such work that this manual requires the location's maintenance man or a serviceman to carry out, or work which is not explained in this manual. Failing to comply with this instruction can cause a severe accident such as electric shock.

Ensure that parts replacement, servicing & inspections, and troubleshooting are performed by the location's maintenance man or the serviceman. It is instructed herein that particularly hazardous work should be performed by the serviceman who has technical expertise and knowledge.

The location's maintenance man and serviceman are herein defined as follows:

"Location's Maintenance Man" :

Those who have experience in the maintenance of amusement equipment and vending machines, etc., and also participate in the servicing and control of the equipment through such routine work as equipment assembly and installation, servicing and inspections, replacement of units and consumables, etc. within the Amusement Facilities and or locations under the management of the Owner and Owner's Operators of the product.

Activities of Location's Maintenance Man :

Assembly & installation, servicing & inspections, and replacement of units & consumables as regards amusement equipment, vending machines, etc.

Serviceman :

Those who participate in the designing, manufacturing, inspections and maintenance service of the equipment at an amusement equipment manufacturer.

Those who have technical expertise equivalent to that of technical high school graduates as regards electricity, electronics and or mechanical engineering, and daily take part in the servicing & control and repair of amusement equipment.

Serviceman's Activities :

Assembly & installation and repair & adjustments of electrical, electronic and mechanical parts of amusement equipment and vending machines.

LISTED

U® L 5K92

AMUSEMENT MACHINE

1. HANDLING PRECAUTIONS

STOP

IMPORTANT!

When installing or inspecting the machine, be very careful of the following points and pay attention to ensure that the player can enjoy the game safely.

Non-compliance with the following points or inappropriate handling running counter to the cautionary matters herein stated can cause personal injury or damage to the machine.

Before performing work, be sure to turn power off. Performing the work without turning power off can cause an electric shock or short circuit. In the case work should be performed in the status of power on, this manual always states to that effect.

To avoid electric shock or short circuit, do not plug in or unplug quickly.

To avoid electric shock, do not plug in or unplug with a wet hand.

Do not expose Power Cords and Earth Wires on the surface, (floor, passage, etc.). If exposed, the Power Cords and Earth Wires are susceptible to damage. Damaged cords and wires can cause electric shock or short circuit.

To avoid causing a fire or electric shock, do not put things on or damage Power Cords.

When or after installing the product, do not unnecessarily pull the power cord. If damaged, the power cord can cause a fire or electric shock.

In case the power cord is damaged, ask for replacement through where the product was purchased from or the office herein stated. Using the cord as is damaged can cause fire, electric shock or leakage.

Be sure to perform grounding appropriately. Inappropriate grounding can cause an electric shock.

Be sure to use fuses meeting specified rating. Using fuses exceeding the specified rating can cause a fire or electric shock.

Completely make connector connections for IC BD and others. Insufficient insertion can cause an electric shock.

To avoid causing a fire or electric shock, do not make Specification changes by removing, converting and making additions unless otherwise designated by SEGA.

Be sure to perform periodic maintenance inspections herein stated.

For the IC board circuit inspections, only the logic tester is allowed. The use

of a multiple-purpose tester is not permitted, so be careful in this regard.

When cleaning the CRT surfaces, use a soft, dry cloth. Do not apply chemicals such as thinner, benzine, etc.

The electronic parts on the IC Board could be damaged due to human body's static electricity. Before performing IC Board related work, be sure to discharge physically accumulated statics by touching grounded metallic surfaces, etc.

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2. PRECAUTIONS CONCERNING INSTALLATION

LOCATION

This product is an indoor game machine. Do not install it outside. Even indoors, avoid installing in places mentioned below so as not to cause a fire, electric shock, injury and or malfunctioning.

Places subject to rain or water leakage, or places subject to high humidity in the proximity of an indoor swimming pool and or shower, etc.

Places subject to direct sunlight, or places subject to high temperatures in the proximity of heating units, etc.

Places filled with inflammable gas or vicinity of highly inflammable/volatile chemicals or hazardous matter.

Dusty places.

Sloped surfaces.

Places subject to any type of violent impact.

Vicinity of anti-disaster facilities such as fire exits and fire extinguishers.

The operating (ambient) temperature range is from 5˚C to 40˚C.

Only in the case a projector is employed, the temperature range is from 5˚C to 30˚C.

LIMITATIONS OF USAGE REQUIREMENTS

Be sure to check the Electrical Specifications.

Ensure that this product is compatible with the location's power supply, voltage and frequency requirements.

A plate describing Electrical Specifications is attached to the product. Non-compliance with the Electric Specifications can cause a fire and electric shock.

This product requires the Breaker and Earth Mechanisms as part of the location facilities. Using them in a manner not independent can cause a fire and electric shock.

Ensure that the indoor wiring for the power supply is rated at 15A or higher (AC single phase 100 ~ 120V area), and 7A or higher (AC 220 ~ 240V area). Non-compliance with the Electrical Specifications can cause a fire and electric shock.

Be sure to independently use the power supply equipped with the Earth Leakage Breaker. Using a power supply without the Earth Leakage Breaker can cause an outbreak of fire when earth leakage occurs.

Putting many loads on one electrical outlet can cause generation of heat and a fire resulting from overload.

When using an extension cord, ensure that the cord is rated at 15A or higher (AC 100 ~ 120V area) and 7A or higher (AC 220 ~ 240V area). Using a cord rated lower than the specified rating can cause a fire and electric shock.

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STOP

IMPORTANT!

Electric current consumption

MAX. 8.70 A (AC 110V 50 Hz)

MAX. 8.30 A (AC 110V 60 Hz)

MAX. 7.70 A (AC 120V 60 Hz)

MAX. 4.50 A (AC 220V 50 Hz)

MAX. 4.30 A (AC 220V 60 Hz)

MAX. 4.20 A (AC 230V 50 Hz)

MAX. 4.00 A (AC 230V 60 Hz)

MAX. 4.10 A (AC 240V 50 Hz)

MAX. 3.90 A (AC 240V 60 Hz)

MAX. 8.30 A (For TAIWAN)

For transporting the machine into the location's building, the minimum necessary dimensions of the opening (of doors, etc.) are 1.2m(W) and 1.7m(H).

For the operation of this machine, secure a minimum area of 2.49m (W) X 3.16m (D). For ventilation, provide an approximately 20cm. space between the rear part of the cabinet and the wall.

FIG. 2

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3. OPERATION

PRECAUTIONS TO BE HEEDED BEFORE STARTING THE OPERATION

To avoid injury and trouble, be sure to constantly give careful attention to the behavior and manner of the visitors and players.

In order to avoid accidents, check the following before starting the operation:

Check if all of the adjusters are in contact with the surface. If they are not, the Cabinet can move and cause an accident.

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Ensure that all of the Adjusters are in contact with the floor.

Do not put any heavy item on this product. Placing any heavy item on the product can cause a falling down accident or parts damage.

Do not climb on the product. Climbing on the product can cause falling down accidents. To check the top portion of the product, use a step.

To avoid electric shock, check to see if door & cover parts are damaged or omitted.

To avoid electric shock, short circuit and or parts damage, do not put the following items on or in the periphery of the product.

Flower vases, flowerpots, cups, water tanks, cosmetics, and receptacles/ containers/vessels containing chemicals and water.

To avoid injury, be sure to provide sufficient space by considering the potentially crowded situation at the installation location. Insufficient installation space can cause the customers to come into contact with or hit the others and result in injury or trouble.

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PRECAUTIONS TO BE HEEDED DURING OPERATION (PAYING ATTENTION TO CUSTOMERS)

To avoid injury and trouble, be sure to constantly give careful attention to the behavior and manner of the visitors and players.

To avoid injury and accidents, those who fall under the following categories are not allowed to play the game.

Those who need assistance such as the use of an apparatus when walking.

Those who have high blood pressure or a heart problem.

Those who have experienced muscle convulsion or loss of consciousness when playing video game, etc.

Those who have a trouble in the neck and or spinal cord.

Intoxicated persons.

Pregnant women or those who are in the likelihood of pregnancy.

Persons susceptible to motion sickness.

Persons whose act runs counter to the product's warning displays.

To avoid injury resulting from falling down, and electric shock due to spilled drinks, instruct the player not to place heavy items or drinks on the product.

To avoid electric shock and short circuit, do not allow customers to put hands and fingers or extraneous matter in the openings of the product or small openings in or around the doors.

To avoid falling down and injury resulting from falling down, immediately stop the customer's leaning against or climbing on the product, etc.

To avoid electric shock and short circuit, do not allow the customers to unplug the power plug without a justifiable reason.

To avoid a fire due to a cigarette stub, caution the customers so as not to put dust on the Seat rear.

Caution the customers so as not to put dust on the outlet for driving records. Failure to observe this may cause a fire due to cigarette stubs.

This product is intended for 1 Player only. Playing the game by 2 or more Players riding on the seat together can cause falling down and collision accidents by striking head, hand, or elbow.

Immediately stop such violent acts as hitting and kicking the product. Such violent acts can cause parts damage or falling down, resulting in injury due to fragments and falling down.

To avoid collision or falling down accident, caution the customers so as not to come in to the Seat rear.

Instruct the Player to take firm hold of the Steering Wheel when in play. The Steering Wheel is equipped with reaction mechanism. Holding the Steering Wheel lightly while playing the game can cause a contingent accident.

Instruct the customer, other than the Player, not to touch the operation device when in play. Touching the operation device during play can cause accidents and trouble between customers.

Instruct the Player to adjust the seat before playing the game. Playing the game in a forcible posture can cause a contingent accident.

This product is designed for players taller than 130cm and shorter than 210cm. To avoid accidents, instruct the customers who do not meet the height requirements to refrain from playing the game.

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4. NAME OF PARTS

 

29 inch monitor

Accel.& Brake Pedal

FRONT CABINET

Clutch Pedal

Steering Wheel

 

Billboard

Coin chute door

Cashbox door

REAR CABINET

FIG. 4 a OVERVIEW

6-speed shift

Effect switch

AC unit

FIG. 4 c REAR VIEW

FIG. 4 b

TABLE 4

 

Width X

Length

X Height

Weight

 

 

 

 

 

FRONT CABINET

2,080 mm X

780 mm

X 1,649 mm

401 kg

 

 

 

REAR CABINET

1,190 mm X 1,480 mm X 1,649 mm

187 kg

 

 

 

When assembled

2,080 mm X 2,260 mm X 1,833 mm

598 kg

 

 

 

 

 

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5. ACCESSORIES

When transporting the machine, make sure that the following parts are supplied.

The printer is available in this product as an optional. The printer prints Player's game results on the paper exclusively used for this product. Contact where you purchased the product from and mention the following Kit No. for an order. Detailed installation method is explained in the Kit Manual contained in the Kit.

KIT NO. : XKT-0440-EX1 DESCRIPTION: PRINTER KIT FOR FRI DX EXP

TABLE 5 ACCESSORIES

DESCRIPTION

OWNERS MANUAL

Part No.( Qty. )

420-6507-01( 1 )

Note

 

Figures

If Part No. has no description, the Number has not been registered or can not be registered. Such a part may not be obtainable even if the customer desires to purchase it. Therefore, ensure that the part is in safekeeping with you.

AC Cable (Power Cord) 600-6729 (1) AC 110V AREA 600-6695 (1) AC 120V AREA

600-6618 (1) AC 220 ~ 240V AREA

Used for installation, see 4 of Section 6.

SERVICE MANUAL 420-6508-01( 1 )

KEY MASTER

KEY

220-5576 ( 2 )

( 2 )

For opening/closing

For the CASHBOX DOOR

the doors

 

TAMPERPROOF†WRENCH

M8 540-0009-01 (1)

TOOL

CORD CLAMP 280-5009-01 (1)

Used for securing the power cord.

see 4 of Section 6.

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VOL CONT B-5K OHM

220-5484 (1)

220-5373 Spare,

see Section 9, 11, 12.

SW MICRO TYPE

SW MICRO TYPE

509-5387 (2)

509-5636 (2)

Spare, see Section 9.

Spare, see Section 10.

FUSE 6.3A 250W

CARTON BOX

514-5086-6300 (1)

601-10577 (1)

Spare, see Section 17.

Used for transporting the

 

Game Board.

 

Refer to Next Page.

TAMPERPROOF†SCREW 008-B00830-0B (2)

Used for installing

BILLBOARD.

see 2 of Section 6.

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HOW TO USE THE CARTON BOX

STOP

IMPORTANT!

When requesting for the replacement/repair of this product's Game Board (NAOMI BOARD), follow the instructions below. Transporting the Game Board in an undesignated status is unacceptable. An erroneous handling can cause parts damage.

Put the Game Board in the Carton Box together with the Shield Case. Do not unnecessarily disassemble nor remove parts.

By paying careful attention to the direction shown by the following Figure, put the Shield Case in the Carton Box.

GRIP

FILTER BD side.

Ensure that the direction in which the Shield Case is packed is correct.

GRIP

 

 

Remove the Brackets (the shape differs

FILTER BOARD

 

depending on the specific type of machine).

 

 

 

Enfold the Shield Case with the packing material shown, and put it in the carton box. Positioning the Shield Case upside down or packing in the manner different from what is shown in this Figure can cause the Game Board and other parts to be damaged.

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6.ASSEMBLING AND INSTALLATION

Perform assembly work by following the procedure herein stated. Failing to comply with the instructions can cause electric shock hazard.

Perform assembling as per this manual. Since this is a complex machine, erroneous assembling can cause an electric shock, machine damage and or not functioning as per specified performance.

When assembling, be sure to use plural persons. Depending on the assembly work, there are some cases in which working by one person alone can cause personal injury or parts damage.

Ensure that connectors are accurately connected. Incomplete connections can cause electric shock hazard.

Be careful so as not to damage wirings. Damaged wiring can cause electric shock and short circuit hazards.

In the case the cabinet is separated into the front and rear portions, do not push the upper rear part of the front cabinet. Failure to observe this causes the front cabinet to fall down towards the monitor side and result in accidents and injury to persons. When moving the front cabinet in the above case, be sure to push it from side directions and move it by 2 or more persons for safety.

This work should be performed by the Location's Maintenance Man or Serviceman. Performing work by non-technical personnel can cause a severe accident such as electric shock. Failing to comply with this instruction can cause a severe accident such as electric shock to the player during operation.

Provide sufficient space so that assembling can be performed. Performing work in places with narrow space or low ceiling may cause an accident and assembly work to be difficult.

When handling plastic parts, use care. Do not give a shock or apply excessive load to the fluorescent lamps and plastic parts. Failure to observe this can cause parts damage, resulting in injury due to fragments, cracks and broken pieces.

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When carrying out the assembling and installation, follow the following 6-item sequence.

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2

3

4

5

6

ASSEMBLING THE CABINET

INSTALLING THE CENTER ROOF AND THE BILLBOARD

SECURING IN PLACE (ADJUSTER ADJUSTMENT)

POWER SUPPLY CONNECTION

TURNING POWER ON

ASSEMBLING CHECK

The master key (accessories) in addition to the tools such as a Phillips type screwdriver, wrench for M16 hexagon bolt, socket wrench, Ratchet Handle for M6, M8 hexagon bolt, Tamperproof†wrench (accessories) are required for the assembly work.

Phillips type screwdriver

24mm

WRENCH (for M16 hexagon bolt)

SOCKET WRENCH,(for M6,M8 hexagon bolt)

RATCHET HANDLE

TAMPERPROOF†WRENCH

KEY MASTER

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ASSEMBLING THE CABINET

1Install the Joint Bracket L and 2 Joint Bracket R to the both sides of Front Cabinet, and 2 Joint Pipes to the inside. At this time, temporarily install the Joint Brackets L and R.

JOINT BRACKET R

JOINT PIPE

Hexagon Bolt(2 each)

M8 X 30,w/spring washer, flat washer used.

JOINT BRACKET L

Hexagon Bolt(4 each)

 

M8 X 20,w/spring washer,

 

flat washer used.

FIG. 6. 1 a

Hexagon Bolt(2) M8 X 30,w/spring washer, flat washer used.

 

2Connect the wiring from the Front Cabinet to the Rear Cabinet.

Connect the Earth.

REAR CABINET side

SCREW (1)

M4 X 8,w/flat & spring washers

FRONT CABINET side

Connect the Connectors.

FIG. 6. 1 b

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3Insert the Front Cabinet's Joint pipes into the Rear Cabinet's square holes to fit both cabinets tight. Be sure to perform this work by 2 or more workers. Also, be careful so as not to pinch the wiring.

4 Secure the joint portion of the Cabinets with 6 Hexagon Bolts. Firmly secure the Joint Brackets L&R, respectively.

5 By using Joint Plate Center, secure the joint portion of the Cabinets with 4 Truss screws and Hexagon Bolts.

JOINT BRACKET R

 

HEXAGON BOLT (2 each)

 

 

 

 

 

M8 X 20,w/spring washer,

 

 

flat washer used.

HEXAGON BOLT (2)

JOINT PLATE CENTER

M8 X 30,w/spring washer

 

TRUSS SCREW (4)

 

M4 X 16

 

HEXAGON BOLT (2 each)

 

M8 X 30,spring washer,

 

flat washer used.

JOINT BRACKET L

 

 

FIG. 6. 1 c

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INSTALLING THE CENTER ROOF AND THE BILLBOARD

 

1 Put the Center Roof on its installation position.

2Put each of Roof Nut Plates F & R on to the fixed portion of the Center Roof front and rear and secure with 3 Truss screws for each.

3Remove the Shipping Bracket Rear from the Rear Cabinet's ceiling. Remove the 2 pairs of Tamperproof screws and Hexagon Bolts.

4Secure the Billboard with the 2 Tamperproof screws (separately packed) and the 2 flat washers which previously secured the Shipping Bracket Rear.

ROOF NUT PLATE F

CENTER ROOF

ROOF NUT PLATE R

BILLBOARD

TAMPERPROOF SCREW (2)

M8 X 30

S H I P P I N G

BRACKET REAR

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

TRUSS SCREW (3 each)

 

 

 

HEXAGON NUT

 

M6 X 30,flat washer used.

 

 

M8,flat washer used.

TAMPERPROOF SCREW (2)

M8 X 30,flat washer used.

FIG. 6. 2

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SECURING IN PLACE (ADJUSTER ADJUSTMENT)

Make sure that all of the adjusters are in contact with the floor. If they are not, the cabinet can move and cause an accident.

This product has 8 casters (4 for Front Cabinet, 4 for Rear Cabinet) and 8 Adjusters (4 for Front Cabinet, 4 for Rear Cabinet). (FIG. 6. 3a) When the installation position is determined, cause the adjusters to come into contact with the floor directly, make adjustments in a manner so that the casters will be raised approximately 5mm. from the floor and make sure that the machine position is level.

1Transport the product to the installation position. Be sure to provide adequate space allowing the player to get on and off.

2Have all of the Adjusters make contact with the floor. Adjust the Adjuster's height by using a wrench so that the machine position is kept level.

3After making adjustment, fasten the Adjuster Nut upward and secure the height of Adjuster (FIG. 6. 3 b).

CASTER

ADJUSTER

FIG. 6. 3 a BOTTOM VIEW

ADJUSTER

CASTER

FASTEN UPWARD.

Approx.5mm

ADJUSTER

FIG. 6. 3 b ADJUSTER

200mm

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FIG. 6. 3 c

Refer to this Fig. (Scale:1/100) for the layout of the place of installation.

FIG. 6. 3 d

Be sure to provide space as shown between the Air Vent and the wall surface.

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POWER SUPPLY, AND EARTH CONNECTION

Be sure to independently use the power supply socket outlet equipped with an Earth Leakage Breaker. Using a power supply without an Earth Leakage Breaker can cause a fire when electric leakage occurs.

Ensure that the "accurately grounded indoor earth terminal" and the earth wire cable are available (except in the case where a power cord plug with earth is used). This product is equipped with the earth terminal. Connect the earth terminal and the indoor earth terminal with the prepared cable. If the grounding work is not performed appropriately, customers can be subjected to an electric shock, and the product's functioning may not be stable.

Ensure that the power cord and earth wire are not exposed on the surface (passage, etc.). If exposed, they can be caught and are susceptible to damage. If damaged, the cord and wire can cause electric shock and short circuit accidents. Ensure that the wiring position is not in the customer's passage way or the wiring has protective covering.

After wiring power cord on the floor, be sure to protect the power cord. Exposed power cord is susceptible to damage and causes an electric shock accident.

The AC Unit is mounted on the rear of the machine. The AC Unit has Main SW, Circuit Protector and the Inlet which connects the Power Cord.

1 Ensure that the Main SW is OFF.

MAIN SW

EARTH TERMINAL

Connect with the indoor earth terminal.

Main SW off

CIRCUIT PROTECTOR

AC Cable (Power Cord)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

FIG. 6. 4 a AC unit

INLET

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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2Connect one end of the earth wire to the AC Unit earth terminal, and the other end to the indoor earth terminal. The AC Unit earth terminal has a Bolt and Nut combination. Take off the Nut, pass the end of earth wire through the Bolt, and fasten the Nut.

Note that the Earth Wire is incorporated in the Power Cord for the Areas of AC 120V (USA) and AC 220Å`240V, and therefore, this procedure is not necessary.

3Firmly insert the power plug into the socket outlet. Insert the opposite side of Power Cord plug to the AC Unit's connector ("INLET").

Connect the Earth Wire to the Earth Terminal.

FIG. 6. 4 b Earth Wire Connection

4Perform wiring for the Power Cord and Earth Wire. Install protective covering for the Power Cord and Earth Wire.

Wiring Cover

FIG. 6. 4 c Connecting Power Cord and Earth Wire

In case the Power Plug is apt to come out of place, secure the

Power Cord to the periphery of the AC Unit with the Cord

Clamp (an accessory).

HOW TO USE THE CORD CLAMP

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5 TURNING POWER ON

Turn the Main SW of AC Unit ON to turn power on. When the power is turned on, the fluorescent lamps of the left & right of Seat in the Rear cabinet, the back, and the inside the Billboard light up. The screen displays the starting of Naomi System and then proceeds to ADVERTISE mode. During this time, the machine automatically performs Power On check. Do not touch the machine until Power On check is finished and ADVERTISE mode is displayed on the screen. In the Power On check, the steering wheel turns left and right, then returns to the centering position and stops. In this check, the values of V.R. inside the control panel are corrected. Until the check is finished (the steering wheel stops automatically), do not touch the steering wheel or play the game. If you do, the steering wheel reaction during the game (reaction at the time of a course-out or crashing) can not be obtained correctly. In case of an abnormal reaction during the game, turn the power on again from the beginning and complete the power-on check. In this product, once the power is turned off, the data of inserted coins less than one credit and BONUS ADDER is cleared. As the exclusively used paper is not supplied to the Printer at the time of shipment, the message "Printer unavailable" is displayed on the Advertise screen and the 2 red Lamps of the Rear Cabinet back side light up.

FIG. 6. 5

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6 ASSEMBLING CHECK

In the TEST mode, ascertain that the assembly has been made correctly, IC BD. is satisfactory, and the screen adjustment is appropriate. For details, refer to the SERVICE MANUAL. In the test mode, perform the following test:

• MEMORY TEST

The on-board memory is tested automatically.

• CRT TEST

The screen on which the monitor is adjusted is displayed.

• INPUT TEST

Each switch and V.R. are tested.

• OUTPUT TEST

The lamp, motor, etc. are tested.

• SOUND TEST

The sound related BD and wiring connections are tested. Be sure to check if the sound is satisfactorily emitted from each speaker and the sound volume is appropriate.

Perform the above inspections also at the time of monthly inspection.

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ERROR LAMP
FIG. 7

7. PRINTER (OPTIONAL)

STOP

IMPORTANT!

Refer to this section only when the Printer (optional) is attached.

Be sure to turn off power unless otherwise specified before performing work. Performing work on the energized machine can cause hands or fingers to be pinched in or in jured due to the machine's sudden move.

Do not touch undesignated places. Failure to observe this may cause a burn due to the Head's high temperature when printing.

When performing work that uses the cutter, be very careful so as not to cut hands or fingers.

Be sure to use the exclusively used paper and a Cleaning Pen. Using unspecified parts can cause malfunctioning and/or a damage to parts.

Be sure to use the new roll paper unwrapped immediately before the use. Using the roll paper previously unwrapped and left for a while can cause malfunctioning due to deterioration resulted from humidity.

When setting the paper with the power on, if the paper volume is small, the Printer might not accept the set roll paper. In that case, follow the "SETTING THE PAPER WITH THE POWER OFF" procedures to set the paper.

When the Printer is malfunctioning, the 2 Error Lamps attached to the Rear Cabinet back side flash or light up. The Lamps flash when the paper is exhausted and light up when the trouble is other than the running out of paper.

When placing an order, contact where you purchased the product or the Printer Kit from in stating the following part number and the description.

The following set (Part Number: 601-10735-01) consists of 4 rolls of exclusively used paper and a Cleaning Pen.

PART NUMBER: 601-10735-01 DESCRIPTION: PAPER FOR F355 ENG

7 - 1 OPERATION WITH THE PRINTER ATTACHED

The Printer which prints Player's Driving Data and the GAME BOARD do not keep the data to be printed. When "PRINTING CAN NOT BE DONE" is displayed or the PRINTER is set to OFF in the Test mode, printing can not be done as the product does not have such system as printing out the data at a later operation. Therefore, as for the printing, instruct the Player to pay attention to the following.

Although YES is selected to the "PRINT OUT?" question displayed on the monitor, printing can not be done if a credit worth coin is not inserted within the time limit. Such credit (coin) as inserted after the time limit is regarded as a game play credit.

If the Printer malfunctions such as a paper jam occurred during printing, the printing for the Driving Data can not be done as neither the Printer nor the ROMs on the GAME BOARD keeps the data.

When "PRINTING CAN NOT BE DONE" is displayed or the PRINTER is set to OFF in the Test mode, printing can not be done as the product does not have such system as printing out the data at a later execution.

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DIP SW SETTING

The Printer has 2 DIP Switches. To avoid malfunctioning, use the Switches as adjusted at the time of shipment.

7 -2 SETTING THE ROLL PAPER

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

SW1

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

SW 2

 

 

Setting at the time of shipment

DIP SW

FIG. 7. 1

The 2 red Lamps at the Rear Cabinet back side flash indicating the PAPER END Error under normal operation. Prepare the new Roll Paper exclusively used for the product and the Master Key. To set the Roll Paper, perform Printer's initialization to remove the cause of the error.

Turn off power or enter into the Test Mode to perform the initialization. Explanations for setting the Roll Paper in cases of power on and off are given as follows. Further, when the Roll Paper is set after the Printer Kit is installed, performing work with the power off is necessary as the power is turned off when installing the Kit. The Roll Paper has Marks indicating position in order to print and cut properly. The Mark indicating the end of paper appears at the end of Roll Paper. The Printer's Sensor detects the Mark and interprets it as the end of Roll Paper. At the beginning of Cabinet's installation, the red Lamps light up as the Mark indicating the end of Paper is not detected.

SETTING THE PAPER WITH THE POWER ON

 

Printer Door

 

 

 

1Enter into the TEST Mode and have PRINTER TEST screen displayed on the monitor. "ERROR!!" next to the MESSAGE and "PAPER END" next to the WARNING are displayed on the monitor.

PRINTER TEST

MESSAGE : ERROR !!

ERROR :

WARNING : PAPER END

STATUS :

COUNTER :

INIT

F-FEED

2Unlock with the Master Key and remove the Printer Door.

3 Draw the ASSY Printer toward you.

FIG. 7. 2 a

ASSY Printer

FIG. 7. 2 b

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4 Pull up the Head Up Lever.

5 Take out the roll shaft from the Printer.

6 Pass the shaft through the core of the new Roll Paper.

7Install the roll shaft in which the paper is inserted into the unit. Make sure to put the Roll Paper on to the correct position.

Roll shaft

New Roll Paper

Head Up Lever

FIG. 7. 2 c

8 Insert the paper tip in to the roll paper insertion slot. Feed the Roll Paper tip through the exit slot straight by hand. At this time, if the Paper tip comes out in excess of the exit slot, Printer performs automatic feeding and cuts the Paper after feeding about one page long.

9 Push down the Head Up Lever.

FIG. 7. 2 d

Push down the Head Up Lever.

The feeding point of the Roll Paper tip.

FIG. 7. 2 e

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10Select and execute the INIT in the PRINTER TEST. The "PRINTER INIT!!" message flashes next to "MESSAGE" on the monitor and then goes off. The Printer's initialization is finished.

11Select and execute the "POSITION SET." "NOW PRINTING" message is displayed next to the "MESSAGE" on the monitor and then goes off. The Printer starts automatic feeding of the paper (AUTO LOADING) and then cuts the paper automatically. If the Paper tip position is appropriate, the automatic feeding's movement is slight and the paper cutting may not be done. Before executing the POSITION SET, the paper position can be adjusted by executing F-FEED or B-FEED in the PRINTER TEST mode.

12 Exit from the TEST Mode.

13Push the ASSY PRINTER up to the point the PRINTER reaches the Securing Part in the innermost of the unit.

14 Lock the Printer Door to secure.

PRINTER TEST

MESSAGE : PRINTER INIT! ERROR :

WARNING :

STATUS :

COUNTER : -> INIT

F-FEED

B-FEED POSITION SET

PRINTER TEST

MESSAGE : NOW PRINTING

ERROR :

WARNING :

STATUS :

COUNTER : INIT F-FEED B-FEED

-> POSITION SET

In case that the paper tip comes out in excess of the exit slot, Paper is cut after Printer feeds Paper one page long.

FIG. 7. 2 f

SETTING THE PAPER WITH THE POWER OFF

Printer Door

1 Turn off power.

2 Unlock with the Master Key and remove the Printer Door.

3 Draw the ASSY Printer toward you.

4 Pull up the Head Up Lever.

5 Take out the roll shaft from the Printer.

6 Pass the shaft through the core of the new Roll Paper.

7Install the roll shaft in which the paper is inserted into the unit. Make sure to put the Roll Paper on to

the correct position.

FIG. 7. 2 g

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Roll shaft

New Roll Paper

 

Note that this Roll Paper holder will not be seen when setting the new Paper for the first time.

Head Up Lever

FIG. 7. 2 h

 

8Insert the paper tip in to the Roll Paper insertion slot. Feed the Roll Paper tip through the exit slot straight by hand. At this time, if the Paper tip is in excess of the feeding point, the automatic feeding of Paper is performed and the Paper is cut after feeding about one page long.

9 Push down the Head Up Lever.

The feeding point of the Roll

Paper tip.

FIG. 7. 2 i

Push down the Head Up Lever.

10Turn on power. The Printer starts automatic feeding of the paper (AUTO LOADING) and then cuts the paper automatically. If the Paper tip position is appropriate as per previous procedure, the automatic feeding's movement is slight and the paper cutting may not be done.

11Push the ASSY PRINTER into the point the PRINTER reaches the securing part in the innermost of the unit.

12Lock the Printer Door to secure.

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7 - 3 CLEANING OF THE PRINTER HEAD

Each time the Roll Paper is supplied, clean the Printer Head. Prepare the cleaning pen which is included in the Print Paper Set exclusively used for this product and a Master Key.

1 Turn off power.

Roll Paper

2Unlock with the Master Key and remove the Printer Door.

3 Draw the ASSY Printer toward you.

Auto Cutter

4 Push up the Head Up Lever.

5 Remove the Roll Paper.

6 Push down the Cutter Lever and open the Auto Cutter.

Head Up Lever

Cutter Lever

FIG. 7. 3 a

7 By using the cleaning pen, clean the printer head.

Use the exclusively used

Cleaning Pen.

FIG.7. 3 b

FIG. 7. 3 c

8 Lift the Auto Cutter and lock.

9 Set the Roll Paper.

10Push down the Head Up Lever and turn on power. The Printer performs automatic feeding and cutting of the paper.

11 Put the ASSY Printer and lock the printer door to secure.

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7 - 4 COUNTERMEASURES AGAINST PAPER JAM

Prepare a Master Key and scissors or a knife for eliminating the warped, wrinkled paper due to paper jam. To perform the following work, turning off power is necessary for 2 reasons. One is that performing work on the energized Cabinet may cause hands and fingers to be injured due to unexpected move of the cutter or the motor. To avoid such an unforeseen accident, be sure to turn off power before performing work. The other reason is that in order to remove the cause of error from the Printer, turning power off is necessary. Be sure to remove the cause of error to make the Printer function properly.

1 Turn off power.

2 Unlock with the Master Key and remove the Printer Door.

3

Draw the ASSY Printer toward

Auto Cutter

 

you.

 

4

Pull up the Head Up Lever.

 

5 Push down the Cutter Lever and open the Auto Cutter.

6 Remove the jammed paper.

Head Up Lever

Cutter Lever

FIG. 7. 4 a

7 Eliminate the warped, wrinkled paper due to the paper jam. At this time, after eliminating the paper, any portion can come to the tip as the Printer automatically adjusts the Paper position by feeding and cutting the Paper.

FIG. 7. 4 b

8 Lift the Auto Cutter and lock.

9Insert the paper tip in to the roll paper insertion slot. Feed the Roll Paper tip through the exit slot straight by hand until the paper tip can be seen from the exit slot.

10 Pull up the Head Up Lever.

11 Turn on power. The Printer performs automatic feeding (AUTO LOADING) and cutting of the paper.

12 Put the ASSY Printer and lock the printer door to secure.

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8.PRECAUTIONS TO BE HEEDED WHEN MOVING THE MACHINE

When moving the machine, be sure to unplug the power plug. Moving the machine with the plug as is inserted can damage the power cord and cause fire and electric shock hazards.

When moving the machine on the floor, retract the Adjusters and ensure that Casters make contact with the floor. During transportation, pay careful attention so that Casters do not tread power cords and earth wires. Damaging the power cords can cause electric shock and short circuit hazards.

When lifting the cabinet, be sure to hold the grip portions or bottom part. Lifting the cabinet by holding other portions can damage parts and installation portions due to the empty weight of the cabinet, and cause personal injury.

In the case the cabinet is separated into the front and rear portions, do not push the upper rear part of the front cabinet. Failure to observe this causes the front cabinet to fall down towards the monitor side and result in accidents and injury to persons. When moving the front cabinet in the above case, be sure to push it from side directions and move it by 2 or more persons for safety.

Do not insert the fork to places other than designated when using a Forklift to transport the machine.

Failure to observe this could cause falling down and injury resulting from falling down.

STOP

IMPORTANT!

Do not push glass-made or plastic parts. Failure to observe this may damage parts and cause injury due to fragments resulting from damage.

When transporting the product in places with steps, disassemble into each unit before transporting. Inclining the product in an as is assembled condition or placing the cabinet in places with steps can damage the unit's joining portions.

To protect surface, do not directly apply a rope to the surfaces of product. Use protective materials to the places the rope is applied to.

In the case the cabinet is separated into the front and rear portions, do not push the upper rear part of the front cabinet.

FIG. 8 a

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When transporting the product in places with steps or step-like differences in grade, disassemble into each unit before transporting.

GRIP

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Have casters make contact with the floor.

FIG. 8 b

Do not push glass-made or plastic parts.

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Precautions concerning applying a rope.

SHIPPING BRACKET REAR

FIG. 8 d

Do not apply a rope to Handle or Lever.

Use protective materials to the places the rope is applied to.

Caution when transporting the machine

FIG. 8 e

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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9.HANDLE MECHA

Before starting to work, ensure that the Power SW is OFF. Failure to observe this can cause electric shock or short circuit.

Use care so as not to damage wirings. Damaged wiring can cause electric shock or short circuit.

Do not touch undesignated places. Touching places not designated can cause electric shock or short circuit.

This work should be performed by the Location's Maintenance Man or Serviceman. Performing work by non-technical personnel can cause electric shock hazard.

Do not insert hand into the mechanism so as not to cause hand and fingers pinched in. Failure to observe this can cause a serious injury such as a fracture.

When performing work such as parts replacement other than those specified in this manual, be sure to contact where you purchased the product from and confirm the work procedures and obtain precautions prior to performing work. Inappropriate parts replacement and/or installing with erroneous adjustment can cause an overload or the parts to come into contact, resulting in an electric shock, a short circuit, and a fire.

 

 

 

 

STOP

 

When adjusting the Volume, be sure to use 2 workers.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

IMPORTANT!

9 - 1 ADJUSTING OR REPLACING THE V.R.

In cases the Steering operability is poor and the adjustment of VOLUME SETTING in the TEST mode is ineffective, the causes may be the Volume Gear's mesh failure and or Volume malfunctioning. By using the following procedure, adjust Volume gear mesh, or replace the Volume. In this product, when the Steering Wheel is moved fully left/right, if the Volume shaft is rotating within the movable range, the Volume is not feared to be damaged. Secure the Volume in the manner the Volume shaft is oriented as shown and the gears are appropriately engaged when the steering wheel is in the centering position allowing the car to go straight forward.

ADJUSTING THE VOLUME

Be sure to use 2 workers in adjusting the Volume, one is for operating the Steering Wheel and the other one for performing the adjustment.

1 Turn off power.

2Take out 4 Truss screws to remove the Rear Lid from the back of Front Cabinet. At this time, carefully support the Rear Lid as taking out the 4 Truss screws can cause the Rear Lid to drop.

REAR LID

PHOTO 9. 1 a

TRUSS SCREW (4)

M4 X 16

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3Perform the adjustment while another person is securing the Steering Wheel in the centering position.

4The V.R. is on the VR BASE (a white, plastic made part). Loosen the 2 screws which secure the VR BASE and adjust the angle and appropriateness of gear mesh by moving the VR BASE.

5Adjust to an appropriate mesh by securing the Steering Wheel in the direction allowing the car to advance straight forward and ensuring the "D" CUT FACE of the Volume shaft is oriented as shown.

6 Tighten the 2 screws to secure the VR BASE.

VR BASE

SCREW (2)

M4 X 12,w/flat & spring washers

"D" CUT FACE

FIG. 9. 1 a

7 Turn on power.

8 Set the Center Value of the Volume in the TEST mode.

9In the TEST mode, check to see if the Volume Value varies smoothly in accordance with the steering wheel operation.

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REPLACING THE VOLUME

SCREW (2)

M4 X 12,w/flat & spring washers

1Disconnect the connector from the Volume.

2Take out 2 screws to remove the Volume together with VR BASE from the HANDLE MECHA.

VR BASE

PHOTO 9. 1 b

3Take out 2 screws from the VR BASE reverse side to remove the Volume together with VR Bracket from the VR BASE.

4Remove the Volume from VR Bracket and replace.

TRUSS SCREW (2)

M4 X 12

PHOTO 9. 1 c

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5After replacing the Volume, engage the gears at the angular position shown and fix the VR Bracket.

VR BASE

SCREW(2)

M4 X 12,w/flat & spring washers

FIG. 9. 1 b

 

 

V.R.

 

 

220-5484

6

Turn on power.

220-5373

 

7 Set the Center Value of the Volume in the TEST mode.

8In the TEST mode, check to see if the Volume Value varies smoothly in accordance with the steering wheel operation.

9 - 2 GREASING

STOP

IMPORTANT!

Be sure to use the designated grease. Using undesignated grease can cause parts damage.

Do not apply greasing to undesignated places. Failure to observe this can cause malfunctioning or quality deterioration of parts.

VOLUME GEAR MESH PORTION

Apply greasing to gear mesh portions once every 3 months.

Use GREASE MATE (SEGA PART NO. 090-0066).

PHOTO 9. 2

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9 - 3 REPLACING PADDLE (WING) SHIFT SWITCH

In case the Paddle Shift operability is poor, malfunctioning of or a damage to the Microswitch inside the Paddle Shift can be considered.

1 Turn off power.

2Take out 2 Truss screws for each to remove Boss Cover Upper and Lower.

3Disconnect the wiring connected to the Microswitch.

PADDLE SHIFT

BOSS COVER

TRUSS SCREW (2 each)

M4 X 8

BOSS COVER

PHOTO 9. 3 a

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SCREW (2)

M3 X 16

4Take out 2 screws to replace the Microswitch.

5Adjust Microswitch's actuator to an angular position so as not to touch the Switch when operating the Shift Lever.

6 Fasten 2 screws to secure the Microswitch.

7 Check to ensure that the Switch goes ON and OFF in consistency with the operation.

MICROSWITCH

509-5387

PHOTO 9. 3 b

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10.6-SPEED SHIFT

Before starting to work, ensure that the Power SW is OFF. Failure to observe this can cause electric shock or short circuit.

Use care so as not to damage wirings. Damaged wiring can cause electric shock or short circuit.

Do not touch undesignated places. Touching places not designated can cause electric shock or short circuit.

This work should be performed by the Location's Maintenance Man or Serviceman. Performing work by non-technical personnel can cause electric shock hazard.

When performing work such as parts replacement other than those specified in this manual, be sure to contact where you purchased the product from. Confirm the work procedures and obtain precautions from where you purchased the product from prior to performing work. Inappropriate parts replacement and/or installation with erroneous adjustment can cause an overload or the parts to come into contact, resulting in an electric shock, a short circuit, and a fire.

10 - 1 REMOVING THE SHIFT LEVER

1 Turn off power.

2 Take out 4 screws securing the EFFECT Switch.

3 Take out 5 Truss screws which secure the Console Cover.

TRUSS SCREW (4)

M4 X 12

CONSOLE COVER

EFFECT SWITCH

TRUSS SCREW (5)

 

PHOTO 10. 1 a

M4 X 12,large washers used

 

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4 Disconnect a connector.

5 Take out 4 Hexagon Bolts.

HEXAGON BOLT (4)

M8 X 40,w/flat & spring washers

Disconnect the connector

PHOTO 10. 1 b

6-SPEED SHIFT

PHOTO 10. 1 c

6Lift the 6-speed Shift vertically. At this time, use care so as not to hang the wiring or hit the other parts.

7Disconnect 2 connectors to remove the 6-speed Shift.

PHOTO 10. 1 d

Disconnect the connector

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10 - 2 REPLACING THE SWITCH

In case 6-speed Shift operability is poor, malfunction of or damage to the Microswitch of Mechanism can be considered. The 6-speed Shift has 4 Microswitches. Be sure to check which Switch malfunctions prior to performing work.

1Remove 6-speed Shift as per procedure 10-1.

2Disconnect the wiring connected to the Microswitch.

3Take out 2 screws to replace the Microswitch.

4Adjust Microswitch's actuator to an angular position so as not to touch the Switch when operating the Shift Lever.

5Fasten 2 screws to secure the Microswitch.

SCREW (2)

M2.3 X 10,w/flat & spring washers

MICROSWITCH

509-5636

PHOTO 10. 2 a

6Check to ensure that the Switch goes ON and OFF in consistency with the operation.

SCREW (2)

M2.3 X 10,w/flat & spring washers

MICROSWITCH

509-5636

PHOTO 10. 2 b

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11.ACCELERATOR & BRAKE

Before starting to work, ensure that the Power SW is OFF. Failure to observe this can cause electric shock or short circuit.

Use care so as not to damage wirings. Damaged wiring can cause electric shock or short circuit.

Do not touch undesignated places. Touching places not designated can cause electric shock or short circuit.

This work should be performed by the Location's Maintenance Man or Serviceman. Performing work by non-technical personnel can cause electric shock hazard.

When performing work such as parts replacement other than those specified in this manual, be sure to contact where you purchased the product from. Confirm the work procedures and obtain precautions from where you purchased the product from prior to performing work. Inappropriate parts replacement and/or installation with erroneous adjustment can cause an overload or the parts to come into contact, resulting in an electric shock, a short circuit, and a fire.

If Accel. and Brake operation is not satisfactory, adjustment of Volume installation position or Volume replacement is needed. Also, be sure to apply greasing to the gear mesh portion once every 3 months.

11 - 1 ADJUSTING AND REPLACING THE V.R.

The appropriate value for both ACCEL. Volume and Brake Volume is under 30H when released and over C0H when stepped on. Check Volume values in the TEST mode. Since work is performed inside the energized cabinet, be very careful so as not to touch undesignated places. Touching places not specified can cause electric shock or short circuit.

1Take out the 2 truss screws and remove the Front Cover from the Accel. & Brake Unit

(FIG. 11. 1 a).

2Loosen the screw which secure the Potentiobase, and adjust the Volume value by moving the Base. (FIG. 11. 1 b)

3 Secure the Potentiobase.

4Perform Volume setting in the Volume setting mode.

TRUSS SCREW (2)

M4 X 8, chrome

FIG. 11. 1 a

 

SCREW

FRONT COVER

M5 X 12,

 

w/flat & spring washers

 

POTENTIOBASE

 

V.R.

 

 

220-5484

FIG. 11. 1 b

220-5373

 

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