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Sega WaveRunner User Manual

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1st PRINTING NOV 01

OWNER’S MANUAL

SEGA ENTERPRISES, INC. USA

MANUAL NO. 999-1375

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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 ..............................

3

3.

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

5

4.

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

10

5.

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

11

6.

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

16

7.

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

29

8.

CONTENTS OF GAME ..............................................................................................

31

9.

EXPLANATION OF TEST AND DATA DISPLAY..................................................

38

 

9

- 1

SWITCH UNIT AND COIN METER ................................................................

39

 

9

- 2

SYSTEM TEST MODE ......................................................................................

41

 

9

- 3

GAME TEST MODE ..........................................................................................

40

10.

AIR DRIVE ..................................................................................................................

57

 

10

- 1

OVERVIEW OF AIR DRIVE SYSTEM ...........................................................

58

 

10

- 2

DEWATERING FROM THE AIR FILTER.......................................................

59

 

10

- 3

DEWATERING FROM THE AIR TANK .........................................................

60

 

10

- 4

REGULATOR.....................................................................................................

61

 

10

- 5

AIR CLEANER ..................................................................................................

62

11.

MAINTENANCE OF MECHANISM UNIT ...............................................................

63

 

11

- 1

REMOVE THE LID & THE BELLOWS

 

 

 

 

BEFORE SARTING MAINTENANCE WORK ................................................

64

 

11

- 2

GREASING AND RETIGHTENING THE BOLTS ..........................................

69

 

11

- 3

ADJUSTMENT AND REPLACEMENT OF PITCH VOLUME ......................

71

 

11

- 4

REMOVE THE INCLINATION SENSOR ........................................................

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12.

HANDLE MECHANISM ............................................................................................

74

 

12

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

74

 

12

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ADJUSTING OR REPLACING THE HANDLE V.R. ......................................

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12

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

79

13.

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

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14.

PROJECTOR ................................................................................................................

84

 

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CLEANING THE SCREEN ...............................................................................

84

 

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- 2

ADJUSTMENT OF TOSHIBA PROJECTOR...................................................

85

15.

REPLACEMENT OF FLUORESCENT LAMP..........................................................

95

16.

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

96

17.

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

97

 

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

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ERROR MESSAGE ..........................................................................................

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18.

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

103

 

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REMOVING THE GAME BOARD .................................................................

103

 

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COMPOSITION OF GAME BOARD..............................................................

105

19.

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

106

20.

COMMUNICATION PLAY ......................................................................................

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20 - 1 INSTALLATION PRECAUTIONS ................................................................

109

 

20 - 2 CONNECTING THE COMMUNICATION CABLE .....................................

110

 

20 - 3 SETTING FOR COMMUNICATION PLAY .................................................

114

 

20 - 4 CAUTIONS TO BE HEEDED DURING COMMUNICATION PLAY ........

115

21.

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

116

22.

WIRE COLOR CODE TABLE..................................................................................

171

23.

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

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24.

PIPING DIAGRAM ...................................................................................................

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SPECIFICATIONS

 

 

 

 

 

 

Installation space

: 56in [1,435 mm] (W) X 123in[3120 mm] (D)

Height

: 87.4 in. [2,220 mm]

Weight

: 1,194 lbs. [543 kg.]

Power, maximum current

: 1,250 W 11.5 A (AC 120V 60 Hz AREA)

 

1,150 W 6.4 A (AC 220V 50 Hz AREA)

 

1,240 W 7.0 A (AC 220V 60 Hz AREA)

 

1,150 W 5.8 A (AC 230V 50 Hz AREA)

 

1,140 W 5.6 A (AC 240V 50 Hz AREA)

For TAIWAN

 

 

Power, current

: 1,250 W 12.5 A (MAX.)

 

750 W 7.0 A (MIN.)

MONITOR

: 50 TYPE PROJECTION DISPLAY

 

 

 

INTRODUCTION OF THE OWNER'S 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,

WAVERUNNER GP.

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. Should any malfunctioning occur, turn the power off and unplug the Power Cord (AC Cable), and 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.

Indicates that mishandling the product by disregarding this display can cause the product's intrinsic performance not to be obtained, resulting in malfunctioning.

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

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

Phone: (415) 701-6580

Facsimile: (415) 701-6594

DEFINITION OF LOCATION'S 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.

General Precautions

Follow Instructions: All operating and use instructions should be followed.

Attachments: Do not use attachments not recommended by the product manufacturer as they may cause hazards.

Accessories: Do not place this product on an unstable cart, stand, tripod, bracket, or table. The product may fall, causing serious injury to a child or adult, and serious damage to the product. Use only with a cart, stand, tripod, bracket, or table recommended by the manufacturer, or sold with the product. Any mounting of the product should follow the manufacturer’s instructions, and should use only mounting accessories recommended by the manufacturer.

Moving the Product: This product should be moved with care. Quick stops, excessive force, and uneven surfaces may cause the product to overturn.

Ventilation: Slots and openings in the cabinet are provided for ventilation, to ensure reliable operation of the product and to protect it from overheating; these openings must not be blocked or covered. The openings should never be blocked by placing the product in a built-in installation such as a bookcase or rack unless proper ventilation is provided or the manufacturer’s instructions have been adhered to.

Power Sources: This product should be operated only from the type of power source indicated on the marking label. If you are not sure of the type of power supply to your location, consult your local power company. For products intended to operate from battery power or other sources, refer to the operating instructions.

Grounding or Polarization: This product is equipped with a three-wire grounding-type plug, a plug having a third (grounding) pin. This plug will only fit into a grounding-type power outlet. This is a safety feature. If you are unable to insert the plug into the outlet, contact your electrician to replace your obsolete outlet. Do not defeat the safety purpose of the grounding-type plug.

Power Cord Protection: Power-supply cords should be routed so that they are not likely to be walked on or pinched by items placed upon or against them, paying particular attention to cords at plugs, convenience receptacles, and the point where they exit from the product.

Overloading: Do not overload wall outlets, extension cords, or integral convenience receptacles as this can result in a risk of fire or electric shock.

Object and Liquid Entry: Never push objects of any kind into this product through openings as they may touch dangerous voltage points or short-out parts that could result in a fire or electric shock. Never spill liquid of any kind on the product.

Servicing: Do not attempt to service this product yourself as opening or removing covers may expose you to dangerous voltage or other hazards. Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel.

Damage Requiring Service: Unplug this product from the wall outlet and refer servicing to qualified service personnel under the following conditions:

a)If the power cord or plug is damaged;

b)If liquid has been spilled, or objects have fallen into the product;

c)If the product has been exposed to rain or water;

d)If the product does not operate normally when following the operating instructions. Adjust only those controls that are explained in the operating instructions. An improper adjustment of other controls may result in damage and will often require extensive work by a qualified technician to restore the product to its normal operation;

e)If the product has been dropped or damaged in any way;

f)When the product exhibits a distinct change in performance; this indicates a need for service.

Replacement Parts: When replacement parts are required, be sure the service technician has used replacements parts specified by the manufacturer or that have the same characteristics as the original part. Unauthorized substitutions may result in fire, electric shock, or other hazards.

Safety Check: Upon completion of any service or repairs to this product, ask the service technician to perform safety checks to determine that the product is in proper operating condition.

Heat: The product should be situated away from heat sources such as radiators, heat registers, stoves, or other products (including amplifiers) that produce heat.

Lithium Battery- Dispose of batteries only in accordance with the battery manufacturer’s recommendations. Do not dispose in an open flame condition, since the battery may explode.

Cleaning: When cleaning the monitor glass, use water or glass cleaner and a soft cloth. Do not apply chemicals such as benzine, thinner, etc.

Location: This an indoor game machine, DO NOT install it outside. To ensure proper usage, avoid installing indoors in the places mentioned below:

Places subject to rain/water leakage, or condensation due to humidity;

In close proximity to a potential wet area;

Locations receiving direct sunlight;

Places close to heating units or hot air;

•In the vicinity of highly inflammable/volatile chemicals or hazardous matter;

On sloped surfaces;

In the vicinity of emergency response facilities such as fire exits and fire extinguishers;

Places subject to any type of violent impact;

Dusty places.

INSTALLATION PRECAUTIONS

Verify the amperage of the branch circuit outlet before plugging in the power plug. Do not overload the circuit.

Avoid using an extension cord. If one is required, use an extension cord of type SJT, 16/3 AWG rated min. 120 VAC, 7A.

Moving this unit requires a minimum clearance (of doors, etc.) of 32” (W) by 77” (H).

For the operation of this machine, secure a minimum area of 64” (W) by 97”(D).

REGULATORY APPROVALS

This game has been tested and found to comply with the Federal Communications Commission Rules.

This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.

This game has been tested and listed by Underwriters Laboratories, Inc., to ANSI/UL22.

LISTED

U® L 5K92

AMUSEMENT MACHINE

1. HANDLING PRECAUTIONS

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.

Specification changes, removal of equipment, conversion and/or addition, not designated by SEGA are not permitted.

Failure to observe this may cause a fire or an electric shock. Non-compliance with this instruction can have a bad influence upon physical conditions of the players or the lookers-on, or result in injury during play.

SEGA shall not be held responsible for damage, compensation for damage to a third party, caused by specification changes not designated by SEGA.

Be sure to perform periodic maintenance inspections herein stated.

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IMPORTANT

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.

The Projector is employed for this machine. The Projector's screen is susceptible to damage, therefore, be very careful when cleaning the screen. For details, refer to PROJECTOR.

Some parts are the ones designed and manufactured not specifically for this game machine. The manufacturers may discontinue, or change the specifications of, such general-purpose parts. If this is the case, Sega cannot repair or replace a failed game machine whether or not a warranty period has expired.

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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˚ to 30˚.

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 Electrical 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 8A 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 8A 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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OPERATION AREA

For the operation of this machine, secure a minimum area of 1.6m (W) X 3.1m (D). In order to prevent injury resulting from the falling down accident during game play, be sure to secure the minimum area for operation.

Be sure to provide sufficient space so as to allow this product's ventilation fan to function efficiently. To avoid machine malfunctioning and a fire, do not place any obstacles near the ventilation opening.

SEGA shall not be held responsible for damage, compensation for damage to a third party, resulting from the failure to observe this instruction.

For transporting the machine into the location's building, the minimum necessary dimensions of the opening (of doors, etc.) are 1.45m(W) and 1.68m(H).

Electric current consumption

MAX. 11.5 A (AC 120V 60 Hz) MAX. 6.4 A (AC 220V 50 Hz) MAX. 7.0 A (AC 220V 60 Hz) MAX. 5.8 A (AC 230V 50 Hz) MAX. 5.6 A (AC 240V 50 Hz) MAX. 12.5 A (For TAIWAN)

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1.6m

63 inches

3.55m

140inches

 

 

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:

To ensure maximum safety for the players and the customers, ensure that where the product is operated has sufficient lighting to allow any warnings to be read. Operation under insufficient lighting can cause bodily contact with each other, hitting accident, and or trouble between customers.

Be sure to perform appropriate adjustment of the monitor (projector). For operation of this machine, do not leave monitor's flickering or deviation as is. Failure to observe this can have a bad influence upon the players' or the customers' physical conditions.

It is suggested to ensure a space allowing the players who feel sick while playing the game to take a rest.

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

Check to see if the bottom bellows are damaged or omitted. Bellows are important hazard-prevention parts. Irregular bellows can cause injury.

Check bellows.

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

Safety Sensor

Before commencing operation, execute test run to check if the

Safety Sensor and the Motion Stop Switch are satisfactorily functioning to stop the machine movements during game. The Safety Sensor and the Motion Stop Switch are important hazard-prevention parts. Irregular important parts can cause injury.

Check for the Safety Sensor's

Motion Stop Switch

 

 

 

function to stop movements.

 

 

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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 making bodily contact with each other, hitting accidents, and or trouble between customers.

Be sure to periodically dewater the Air Drive and dispose of the drain water. Excessively gathered water can cause the Air Drive Mechanism to malfunction and get out of order.

FILTER

 

DRAIN TUBE

WATER TANK

 

 

 

 

 

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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.

A player who has never been adversely affected by light stimulus might experience dizziness or headache depending on his physical condition when playing the game. Especially, small children can be subject to those conditions. Caution guardians of small children to keep watch on their children during play.

Instruct those who feel sick during play to have a medical examination.

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.

The player whose feet can not be placed on the base could fall down and cause injury. To avoid injury, instruct persons of short stature to refrain from playing the game.

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To avoid injury and parts damage, instruct players that only up to two persons are allowed to ride.

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.

Do not place drinks on the base!

Instruct the player to take a firm grip of the handle Bars during play. This machine reacts as per

the contents of the game. To avoid injury, instruct the players to refrain from single-handed taking grip of the handle Bar (which is very likely to cause potentially hazardous situation, should he attempt to do so).

To avoid injury and trouble resulting from coming into

contact with each other, instruct persons other than the players to keep away from the mechanism base. The Safety Sensor functions to stop only the machine movement from the Compressor. The ride can be moved by the player.

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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.

When riding in tandem, firmly hold on to the front player. To avoid injury, do not stand driving the ride.

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4. NAME OF PARTS

BILLBOARD

PTV 50 TYPE PROJECTOR

FRONT CABINET

RIDE

FIG. 4 a

COMPRESSOR BOX

C O I N

 

 

 

CHUTE

 

 

 

DOOR

CASHBOX DOOR

 

 

 

 

REAR CABINET

 

 

 

 

ASSY WIRE TUBE

AC UNIT

FIG. 4 b

TABLE 4 Dimensions and Weights

Items

Width

X Depth

X Height

 

Weight

 

 

 

PTV

44.9in[1,140mm](W) X 9.98in[253.5mm](D) X 65.75in[1,670mm] (H)

242-lbs[110kg]

 

 

 

 

 

BILLBOARD

45.4in[1,152mm](W) X 17.9in[454mm]

(D) X 11.7in[297mm]

(H)

33-lbs[15kg]

 

 

 

 

 

FRONT CABINET

45.3in[1,150mm] (W) X

35.3in[896mm] (D) X 39.6in[1,005mm]

(H)

215.6-lbs[98kg]

 

 

 

REAR CABINET

56.5in[1,435mm](W) X 65.6in[1,665mm](D) X 42.5in[1,080mm] (H)

545.6-lbs[248kg]

COMPRESSOR BOX

43.9in[1,115mm](W) X 20.3in[514mm]

(D) X 30.5in[775mm]

(H)

156-lbs[71kg]

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5. ACCESSORIES

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

TABLE 5 a ACCESSORIES

DESCRIPTION

OWNERS MANUAL

Part No. (Qty.)

420-6659-01 (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.

SERVICE MANUAL NAOMI ENG 420-6455-01 (1)

INSTRUCTION MANUAL FOR THE

GAME BOARD

SEAL TAPE 090-0037 (1)

Used for the maintenance of Air Drive, for air leakage prevention.

AIR CLEANER 601-8188 (2)

For spare, refer to Section 10.

KEY MASTER 220-5576 (2)

For opening/closing the doors

KEY (2)

For the CASHBOX DOOR

The Keys are inside the Coin Chute Door at the time of shipment from the factory.

VOL CONT B-5K OHM

220-5373(2)

220-5484

Spare, see Section 12.

Remote Controller used for adjustment of the projector. See Section 14.

200-5536(1)

The Remote Controller is attached to the Projector at the time of shipment.

P

TEST MODE WRITING

R G B SET

POSITION PIC-ADJ

RESET

ADJUST

SELECT

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FUSE 7A

CARTON BOX

514-5036-7000 (1)

601-10532 (1)

Spare, see Section 17.

Used for transporting the GameBoard.

 

See FIG 5.

 

 

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HOW TO USE THE CARTON BOX

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 following Figure and the direction shown by on-Carton-Box printing, put the Shield Case in the Carton Box.

When putting the Shield Case in the Carton Box, do not remove Leg Brackets.

The projected portions of the packing material is intended for cushioning. Therefore, do not bend the projected portions.

"CHECK SIDE" Display

@

B

Serial No. Display

 

 

A

FILTER BOARD

Serial No. Display

Projected portions of

 

the packing material.

FIG. 5

Bend the packing material in numerical order, and wrap the Shield Case with the packing material and put it in the Carton Box as shown. Putting it upside down or packing otherwise in the manner not shown can damage the Game Board and the parts.

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The following Table 5b lists the parts that had been separately packed when the product was shipped from the factory but are necessary when you use the product. These parts will be mounted on the product when installing and assembling it.

TABLE 5 b

AC Cable (Power Cord)

600-6729

123

(1) <For TAIWAN>

600-7228

 

 

 

 

 

600-6695 (1)

<For USA>

600-6619

(1)

<AC 220V HONG KONG>

600-6618

(1)

<AC 220 ~ 240V AREA>

Used for installation, see 5 of Section 6.

WIRE HARN EARTH W/LUG

CORD CLAMP

M6

280-5009-01 (1)

600-6664-02 (1)

Used for installation,

 

<For TAIWAN>

see 5 of Section 6.

Used for installation,

 

see 5 of Section 6.

 

The following Table 5c lists the parts that are necessary when setting for the communication play. Flex Tube, Connector 29 and Fiber Plate had been assembled when the product was shipped from the factory. (See Section 20.)

TABLE 5 c

FLEX TUBE 310-5285-290100 (1)

 

Assembled Flex Tube

FIBER PLATE

CONN 29

WRG-0502 (2)

310-5286-29 (2)

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ASSY FIBER CABLE

NUMBER STICKER

600-6275-0700 (2)

WRG-0003 (1)

 

1 set of every two sheet sticker, the number 2, 3 and 4.

 

 

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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.

Do not carelessly push the PTV. Pushing the PTV carelessly can cause the PTV to fall down.

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.

To perform work safely and avoid serious accident such as the cabinet's falling down, do not perform work in places where step-like grade differences, a ditch, or slope exist.

To perform work safely and securely, be sure to prepare a step which is in a secure and stable condition. Performing work without using the step can cause violent falling down accidents.

When carrying out the assembling and installation, follow the following 7-item sequence.

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

ASSEMBLING THE PTV

WIRING CONNECTIONS BETWEEN THE CABINETS

SECURING IN PLACE (ADJUSTER ADJUSTMENT)

REMOVING THE SHIPPING BRACKET

POWER SUPPLY, AND EARTH CONNECTION

TURNING POWER ON

ASSEMBLY CHECK

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Tools required for the work

Phillips type screwdriver (for M4, M5 screw)

 

KEY MASTER

 

 

 

24mm

WRENCH (for M16 hexagon bolt)

Box nut screwdriver (for M4 hexagon nut) or WRENCH

1ASSEMBLING THE PTV

1

Fix the two mask holders onto the PTV top panel each with the 2 countersunk-head screws.

2

Insert the TV mask from the underside as illustrated below, and secure with a total of 6 screws.

3

Fix two PTV holders onto the PTV front side each with the 2 screws.

COUNTERSUNK-HEAD SCREW (2 each)

M4 X 12

PTV

MASK HOLDER

MASK

TRUSS SCREW (2)

M5 X 25,flat washer used.

SCREW (4)

FIG. 6. 1 a

 

M5 X 20,

PTV HOLDER

w/flat & spring washers

 

 

SCREW (2 each)

 

M5 X 16,w/flat & spring washers

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4 Mount the PTV onto the Front Cabinet. When performing this work, be sure to use 4 or more persons.

FIG. 6. 1 b

5 Fix between the PTV and the Front Cabinet on the Cabinet's both sides with 2 screws for each.

6While supporting the Billboard by 2 persons, another person using a step is to connect the Billboard wire connector into the terminal board of the PTV top panel.

SCREW (2)

M5 X 16,w/flat & spring washers

BILLBOARD

Connect the Connector.

FIG. 6. 1 d

TRUSS SCREW (2 each)

M5 X 30,flat washer used.

When performing this work, be sure to use 2 or

FIG. 6. 1 c

 

more persons and be sure to use a step.

 

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7Insert the Billboard into the holder bracket, fix to PTV with the 2 screws.

8Remove the 2 truss screws; dismount the lower lid form the Front Cabinet's face side.

TRUSS SCREW (black)

M4 X 25

LOWER LID

PHOTO 6. 1 a

9Connect two wire-connectors inside the Front Cabinet into the PTV connector panel. The connection angle is fixed. Easy to fix them arranging the angle and the orientation of each connector. Be sure of the correct connection in order to prevent the damage of the connector or the terminal portion. There are fixed screws both sides of the Video signal (D-sub) connector. Fasten them securely.

Connect the Connector.

PHOTO 6. 1 b

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2WIRING CONNECTIONS BETWEEN THE CABINETS

Perform the cabinet-to-cabinet wiring. With the ASSY Wire Tube, which installed to the Rear Cabinet at the time of shipment, connect between the Front Cabinet and the Rear Cabinet.

1Remove the fixed 4 truss screws and remove the front cabinet side Tube Bracket of the ASSY Wire Tube from the Rear Cabinet.

2Reinstall the removed 4 truss screws into the Rear Cabinet.

TRUSS SCREW (4),black

M4 X 12

PHOTO 6. 2 a

3There are one earth wire and a total of seven wire connectors in the front cabinet side of the ASSY Wire Tube. Connect the earth wire to the earth terminal stud on the Connector Panel of the Front Cabinet. Fasten with the hexagon nut in the order of the round earth terminal, the flat washer and the spring washer.

4Connect the seven wire connectors to each terminal on the Connector Panel of the Front Cabinet.

HEXAGON NUT

M4,flat & spring washers used.

PHOTO 6. 2 b

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5Install the Tube Bracket to the Front Cabinet, and fix it with the 4 truss screws by using care so as not to damage the wiring.

TRUSS SCREW (4),black

M5 X 20

PHOTO 6. 2 c

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3SECURING 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.

CASTER

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.

3 After making adjustment, fasten

 

 

the Adjuster Nut upward and

 

ADJUSTER

secure the height of Adjuster

FIG. 6. 3 a BOTTOM VIEW

(FIG. 6. 3 b).

 

 

ADJUSTER

CASTER

FASTEN UPWARD.

Approx.5mm

ADJUSTER

FIG. 6. 3 b ADJUSTER

FIG. 6. 3 c

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

10cm 15cm

FIG. 6. 3 d

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

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4REMOVING THE SHIPPING BRACKET

Before turning the power on, be sure to remove the Sipping Brackets. Turning power on without removing the Sipping Brackets may cause the parts damage.

Keep the Sipping Brackets carefully. Removing the product without the Sipping Brackets can cause parts damage.

At the time of shipment, the Shipping Brackets are secured to rear both sides of the Ride. By taking out 2 screws from each bracket, remove the Shipping Brackets. Reinstall the removing screws as before.

SHIPPING BRACKET L (OPPOSITE SIDE: R)

TRUSS SCREW (1)

TRUSS SCREW (1)

 

 

M4 X 12

M4 X 8

 

 

PHOTO 6. 4

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5POWER 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 right side of the machine. The AC Unit has Main SW, Circuit Protector, Earth Terminal and the Inlet which connects the Power Cord.

1 Ensure that the Main SW is OFF.

MAIN SW

CIRCUIT PROTECTOR

Main SW off

INLET

EARTH TERMINAL

Connect with the indoor earth terminal.

AC Cable (Power Cord)

FIG. 6. 5 a AC UNIT

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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.

3Note that the Earth Wire is incorporated in the Power Cord for the Areas of AC 120V (USA) and AC 220 ~ 240V, and therefore, this procedure is not necessary.

4Firmly insert the power plug into the socket outlet.

Insert the opposite side of Power Cord plug to the AC Unit's connector ("INLET").

5Perform wiring for the Power Cord and Earth Wire. Install protective covering for the Power Cord and Earth Wire.

Connect the Earth Wire to the Earth Terminal.

FIG. 6. 5 b Earth Wire Connection

Wiring Cover

FIG. 6. 5 c Connecting Power Cord and Earth Wire

the Power Plug is apt to come out of place, secure the Cord to the periphery of the AC Unit with the Cord (an accessory).

HOW TO USE THE CORD CLAMP

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6TURNING POWER ON

When the power is turned on, the ride portion moves. To prevent injury, first check for safety in the periphery of the ride and then turn power on.

If ERROR is displayed in the ADVERTISE mode, do not operate the machine. Operating the machine when ERROR is displayed can cause serious hazard.

During initialization settings, do not touch the ride portion. Wait until the initialization settings are automatically finished. Touching the ride portion during setting can cause inaccurate settings and unsatisfactory functioning during game play.

Turn the AC Unit Main SW ON to turn on the machine's power supply. At the same time the power is turned on for the power supply, the machine starts the initialization setting movements and displays the screen on which the setting is being made. Do not touch the Ride until the initialization setting movements are automatically finished.

1Approximately 5 seconds after the power is turned on, the compressor starts to operate. If the pressure inside the tank is insufficient, it takes several minutes to attain the preset pressure. At the time of installation assembly, it takes approximately 3 minutes. When operation is being continued, it takes approximately one and half minutes due to the prestress.

2

The ride portion secures the left/right inclination to the center.

3

The front of the ride portion

 

lowers.

4

The front of the ride portion is

 

raised.

5

The front of the ride portion

 

moves to the intermediate

 

position in the up/down

 

movement.

6

The front of the ride portion

 

lowers.

7

The compressor stops.

FIG. 6. 6

After finishing the initialization

setting movements, the ADVERTISE mode returns. During the setting movements, if any irregularity, malfunctioning, etc. of the moving mechanism are found, ERROR display is shown on the lower part of the ADVERTISE mode screen. In this case, the machine will not operate satisfactorily. Please contact the Distributor, etc. where this product was purchased from.

In the case where several machines are connected, network check is performed after initialization settings are finished, and the screen displays to the effect that the check is being conducted. After checking, the ADVERTISE mode returns. Normally the network checking takes 1 ~ 3 minutes. If there is any irregularity in the communication connection, check screen display will continue.

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7ASSEMBLY CHECK

In the TEST MODE, ascertain that the assembly has been made correctly and IC BD is satisfactory (refer to Section 9).

In the test mode, perform the following test:

( 1 ) MEMORY TEST

RAM TEST

IC29 GOOD

IC35 GOOD

IC09 GOOD IC10 GOOD

IC11 GOOD IC12 GOOD

IC16 GOOD IC18 GOOD

IC20 GOOD IC22 GOOD

IC17 GOOD IC19 GOOD

IC21 GOOD IC23 GOOD

Selecting the RAM TEST in the test mode menu causes the on-board memory to be tested automatically. The game board is satisfactory if the display beside each IC No. shows GOOD.

PRESS TEST BUTTON TO EXIT

( 2 ) C.R.T. TEST

C.R.T. TEST 1/2

1

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RED

GREEN

BLUE

WHITE

PRESS TEST BUTTON TO CONTINUE

12345678901234567890123C.R.T. TEST 2/2

1234567890123456789012

1234567890123456789012

1234567890123456789012

1234567890123456789012

1234567890123456789012

1234567890123456789012

1234567890123456789012

1234567890123456789012

1234567890123456789012

1234567890123456789012

1234567890123456789012

1234567890123456789012

1234567890123456789012

1234567890123456789012

1234567890123456789012

1234567890123456789012

1234567890123456789012PRESS TEST BUTTON TO EXIT

In the test mode menu, selecting C.R.T. TEST allows the screen (on which the projector is tested) to be displayed. Although the projector adjustments have been made at the time of shipment from the factory, color deviation, etc., may occur due to the effect caused by geomagnetism, the location building's steel frames and other game machines in the periphery. By watching the test mode screen, make judgment as to whether an adjustment is needed. If it is necessary, adjust the projector by referring to Section 14.

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( 3 ) SOUND TEST

SOUND TEST

 

RIGHT SPEAKER

OFF

LEFT SPEAKER

OFF

-> EXIT

 

SELECT WITH SERVICE BUTTON

AND

PRESS TEST BUTTON

( 4 ) INPUT TEST

INPUT TEST

 

HANDLE BAR

0H

ROLL

0H

THROTTLE LEVER

FFH

PITCH

0H

START

OFF

VIEW

OFF

SAFETY SENSOR

OFF

SERVICE

OFF

TEST

OFF

PRESS TEST AND SERVICE BUTTON TO EXIT

In the test mode, selecting SOUND TEST causes the screen (on which sound related BD and wiring connections are tested) to be displayed.

Be sure to check if the sound is satisfactorily emitted from each speaker and the sound volume is appropriate.

Selecting the INPUT TEST on the test mode menu screen causes the screen (on which each switch and V. R. are tested) to be displayed. Press each switch. If the display beside each switch indicates "ON," the switch and wiring connections are satisfactory.

Check the display of each V.R. value. If the V. R. is malfunctioning, refer to Sections 11 & 12.

( 5 ) OUTPUT TEST

OUTPUT TEST

 

> START LAMP

OFF

VIEW LAMP

OFF

EXIT

 

In the output test mode, carry out lamp test to ascertain that each lamp lights up satisfactorily.

SELECT WITH SERVICE BUTTON

AND PRESS TEST BUTTON

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

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7.PRECAUTIONS TO BE HEEDED WHEN MOVING THE MACHINE

When moving the machine, be sure to pull out the plug from the power supply. Moving the machine with the plug as is inserted can cause the power cord to be damaged, resulting in a fire and or electric shock.

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 an electric shock and or short circuit.

In places where step-like grade differences exist, be sure to separate the PTV, PTV Base, and the Cabinet. Inclining the PTV as is mounted on the PTV Base can cause the PTV to fall off from the Base and result in injury.

When lifting the cabinet, be sure to hold the catch 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.

When moving the PTV, do not push it from the rear side. Push it from sideways. Pushing the PTV from the rear side can have the PTV fall down, causing personal injury etc. In case the floor has slanted surfaces or step-like differences, be sure to move the machine by 2 or more persons.

Keep the Sipping Brackets carefully. Removing the product without the Sipping Brackets can cause parts damage.

GRIP PORTION

Do not push PTV from the back. Pushing the PTV from the back can cause the PTV to fall down. Push it from the side.

FIG. 7 a

On level surfaces,move the machine by causing

the Casters to make contact with the surfaces.

 

 

 

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

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8. CONTENTS OF GAME

The following explanations apply to the case the product is functioning satisfactory. Should there be any moves different from the following contents, some sort of faults may have occurred. Immediately look into the cause of the fault and eliminate the cause therefore to ensure satisfactory operation.

System Behavior in Advertising (Plying-for-Hire) Mode

While the power is connected to the system, the fluorescent light on the billboard is kept on. In an advertising mode, the system opens an operation explanation screen or a ranking data screen. The view button flashes when the screen explains how to operate the view button.

Located on the left and right ends of the cabinet, the speakers output audio information. You may set the ADVERTISE SOUND item to OFF on the GAME ASSIGNMENTS screen so that this audio output function is disabled in an advertising mode.

The start button flashes when the screen displays the PRESS START BUTTON message. This PRESS START BUTTON message appears in two cases; when the credit reaches a gamestartable level in an advertising mode and shortly after opening the operation explanation screen.

Fluorescent lamps are lit.

Image output on the monitor.

Emits sounds.

Throttle Lever

Start Button

Ride

Coin Inlet

Handlebars

View Button (Change the viewpoint)

FIG. 8 a External View of the Cabinet

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Features of the WaveRunner GP

It provides several marine scenes where a cruising course appearance varies from play to play. The WaveRunner GP game features:

Effects of Stern Wave

A stern wave is the wave produced on the wake of a boat. If your boat runs on the stern waves produced by another boat, it may jump unexpectedly, reduce its speed, or meet any other navigating difficulty. You must prevent your boat from running on the stern waves and navigate it with attention to where and how other boats are moving.

Water-Level-Depending Jumps

A large jump (or a group of small jumps) may appear on the course when a water level is lower (or higher). The jump that was submerged on your first round cruise may be above the water on your second round cruise. Therefore, you must navigate your boat differently and/ or change a cruising path, from cruise to cruise, so that you can use an approaching jump.

How to Play

Insert the coin(s).

Make sure that the screen shows the PRESS START BUTTON message and that the start button flashes, and then climb onto the seat.

Press the start button, and make sure that the operation explanation screen appears. (See the note 1 below.)

Wait until the time is counted down to 0 (zero) on the operation explanation screen or alternately press the start button to exit the screen. In either case the COURSE SELECT screen appears.

Highlights a selected course.

Illustrates a course layout.

Indicates a limit time for a course

selection.

Shows an image of the selected course.

Indicates how to operate the handlebars and the throttle lever.

FIG. 8 b

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The system provides three courses: NOVICE, INTERMEDIATE, and EXPERT. These are displayed on the upper part of the screen. The selected course is highlighted. To migrate from one course to another, turn the handlebars leftwards or rightwards. To decide a course, squeeze the throttle lever. (See the note 2 below.)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

MOTION STOP SWITCH

 

Turn the handlebars left/right

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Grip the throttle lever to

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

decide a course.

to choose the course.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

View button

FIG. 8 c

Start button

 

Wait until the time is counted down to 0 (zero) on the screen, and then the game starts. (See the note 3 below.)

Make sure that the boat starts to move at this moment.

The screen shows some information; your ranking position among the players (on its upper right part), a limit time (upper middle), your lap time, best lap time record, and best total time record (upper left), a tachometer and a speed meter (bottom right), and a speed-down gauge (bottom left). The speed-down gauge indicates a reduction of the cruising speed as a result of your boat running on the stern waves. It is dimmed when your boat is not running on the stern waves.

Limit Time

Player's Lap Time

Best Lap Time Record

Best Total Time Record

Speed-Down Gauge

(It is dimmed when your boat is not running on the stern waves.)

Player's Ranking

Position

Tachometer and

Speed Meter

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When your boat runs on the stern waves, the speed-down gauge is undimmed and its triangle becomes filled with shade. If you keep your boat running on the stern waves, the triangle is shaded more and more.

When the triangle is fully shaded, a warning message "Get out of the wake!" appears on the screen. If you make your boat off the stern waves at this moment, the speed-down gauge is again dimmed. If not, it is initialized to 0 (zero) and becomes filled with shade again.

Initially the gauge is dimmed.

When the boat runs on the stern waves, the gauge is undimmed

and becomes filled with shade.

FIG 8 e

When the gauge is fully shaded, a warning message appears.

When the game starts, the system starts counting down the limit time. If you successfully pass a checkpoint on the course within the limit time, the bonus time is added to the remaining time. If not, the game is over. (See the note 4 below.)

For any course of NOVICE, INTERMEDIATE, or EXPERT. When you have successfully cruised around it two times, you reach the goal and the game is over. (See the note 5 below.)

To navigate the boat while playing the game, use the throttle lever and the handlebars, and tilt up the boat by shifting your body. To increase a cruising speed, squeeze the throttle lever while to decrease un-squeeze. To turn the boat leftwards and rightwards, turn the handlebars leftwards and rightwards respectively. To quickly turn the boat, turn the handlebars and then tilt up the boat to a turning direction of the handlebars. Note that just tilting up the boat without turning the handlebars does not enable to turn the boat. Press the view button to toggle a viewpoint between a navigator's point and a rearward point.

When reaching the goal, you can register your name if your lap time is good. Your registered name will be on a screen's ranking list in an advertising mode.

NOTES:

1)For an interactive communication play. Insert the one-play worth of coin(s) on the operation explanation screen and press the start button to enter the race. The system opens the entry screen where you wait until an opposition will enter the race by also inserting the one-play worth of coin(s) and pressing the start button. The entry screen closes and the operation explanation screen opens automatically, when a limit time is counted down to 0 (zero).

2)For an interactive communication play. When every player, after entering the race, has finished selecting a course, the racing course is decided by majority. In case of a tie, the course with a lower difficulty level is chosen.

3)Alternately, you can press the start button to decide a course.

4)For an interactive communication play. The bonus time is added to the remaining time when a leading player passes a checkpoint. The place of a player is indicated as 'place/the number of players' (e.g. 2/4 for a 4-player race, 1/2 for 2-player race). A player number, as 1P and 2P, is shown above the head of a playing character on the screen.

5)You cannot change the number of rounding cruises.

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Outline of the Courses

Three cruising courses are provided as below. Note that they are different from each other not only in the difficulty level but also in the appearance and device.

Novice Course

This course gives the image of a tropical island against a blue sky where the hot sun grills white beaches. Generally, this novice course curves very gently.

There are three checkpoints including a starting point.

When your boat approaches a palm tree, the coconuts will fall down on your cruising path. Three dolphins may appear on the way and accompany your boat.

The key part for reaching the goal is located at the end of the course that is sharply curved and enclosed with the cliffs.

Intermediate Course

This course gives the image of a thick rainforest with mysterious remains. Generally, this intermediate course is a very narrow river with rather many curves.

There are four checkpoints including a starting point.

The highlight of this course is a jump from the 50-meter giant waterfall.

In the mangrove woodlands, tall mangroves block your boat. You must be careful not to let it hit against them.

Big snakes and giant fishes produce an atmosphere of rainforest.

The key parts for reaching the goal are the curves located short of the giant waterfall, in the mangrove woodlands, and in the cave at the end of the course. You must navigate your boat with careful attention to these curved spots.

Expert Course

This course gives the image of a waterfront where the surrounding skyscrapers are blazing in the evening darkness. This expert course features several combinations of a straight path and a sharp curve.

There are four checkpoints including a starting point.

All the scenes (the likes of the Brooklyn Bridge, the Statue of Liberty, and the Broadway with loud neon signs and large illumination bulletin boards) produce an atmosphere of big city.

The key part for reaching the goal is the sharp curves located immediately after the straight paths.

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9. EXPLANATION OF TEST AND DATA DISPLAY

By operating the switch unit, periodically perform the tests and data check. When installing the machine initially or collecting cash, or when the machine does not function correctly, perform checking in accordance with the explanations given in this section.

The following shows tests and modes that should be utilized as applicable.

NAOMI GAME BOARD is used for the product. The system of this game board allows another game to be played by replacing the ROM Board Case mounted on the NAOMI CASE. As such, the Test Mode of this system consists of the System Test Mode for the system to execute SELF-TEST, COIN ASSIGNMENTS, etc. used in common for the machines employing the NAOMI BOARD, and the Game Test Mode for the specific product to execute Input/Output test for the operation equipment, difficulty setting, etc.

When the 2 or more machines are linked for communication play, be careful to enter the TEST mode. If one of the machines linked enters the TEST mode, all others display the NETWORK CHECK screen.

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TABLE 10 EXPLANATION OF TEST MODE

ITEMS

 

DESCRIPTION

REFERENCE

 

SECTIONS

 

 

 

INSTALLATION

When the machine is installed, perform the following:

SERVICE MANUAL

OF MACHINE

1.

Check to see that each setting is as per standard setting made at

9-3d

 

 

the time of shipment.

 

 

2.

In the INPUT TEST mode, check such input devices as each

9-3b

 

 

SW, V.R., etc.

 

 

3.

In the OUTPUT TEST mode, check such output devices as

9-3c

 

 

lamps, motors, etc.

 

 

4.

In the self-test mode, check ICs on the IC Board.

SERVICE MANUAL

 

 

 

MEMORY

Choose the board test item in the MENU mode to allow the self-

SERVICE MANUAL

 

test to be performed. In this test, PROGRAM RAMs, ROMs, and

 

 

ICs on the IC Board are checked.

 

 

 

 

PERIODIC

Periodically perform the following:

 

SERVICING

1.

Self-Test

SERVICE MANUAL

 

2.

Ascertain each setting.

9-3d, e

 

3.

In the INPUT TEST mode, test the control device.

9-3b

 

4.

In the OUTPUT TEST mode, check such output devices as

9-3c

 

 

lamps, motors, etc.

 

 

 

 

 

CONTROL

1.

In the INPUT TEST mode, check such input devices as each

SERVICE MANUAL

SYSTEM

 

SW, V.R., etc.

 

 

2.

Adjust or replace each SW and VR.

9-3e

 

3.

If the problem can not be solved yet, check the control's moves.

11,12

 

 

 

MONITOR

In the MONITOR ADJUSTMENT mode, check to see if the

SERVICE MANUAL

 

PROJECTOR adjustment is appropriately made.

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IC BOARD

1.

Self-Test

SERVICE MANUAL

 

2.

In the SOUND TEST mode, check the sound related ROMs.

SERVICE MANUAL

 

 

 

DATA CHECK

Check such data as game play time and histogram to adjust the

SERVICE MANUAL

 

difficulty level, etc.

9-3h

 

 

 

 

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9 - 1 SWITCH UNIT AND COIN METER

Do not touch places other than those specified. Touching places not specified can cause an electric shock or short circuit accident.

Adjust to the optimum sound volume by considering the environmental requirements of the installation location.

If the COIN METER and the game board are electrically disconnected, game play is not possible.

SWITCH UNIT

Open the coin chute door, and the switch unit shown will appear. The functioning of each SW is as follows:

TEST BUTTON

SOUND VOLUME

 

SERVICE BUTTON

FIG. 9. 1 a SWITCH UNIT

TEST BUTTON

:

For the handling of the test button, refer to the following pages.

(TEST)

 

 

SERVICE BUTTON

:

Gives credits without registering on the coin meter.

(SERVICE)

 

 

SOUND VOLUME

:

Adjust the Speaker Volume.

(SOUND VOLUME)

 

 

COIN METER

Open the Cashbox Door with the exclusively used key and the COIN METER will appear underneath the Cashbox.

COIN METER

FIG. 9. 1 b COIN METER

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9 - 2 SYSTEM TEST MODE

The contents of settings changed in the TEST mode are stored when the test mode is finished from EXIT in the menu mode. If the power is turned off before the TEST mode is finished, the contents of setting change become ineffective.

Executing "BACKUP DATA CLEAR" in the SYSTEM TEST MODE does not clear the BOOKKEEPING data in the GAME TEST mode.

Entering the TEST mode clears fractional number of coins less than one credit and BONUS ADDER data.

Perform setting as per specified in this manual for operation. If setting not specified is performed for operation, proper function of this product may not be obtained.

In the SYSTEM TEST MODE, IC BD functioning can be checked, the monitor adjusted, and the coin setting performed.

Refer to NAOMI SERIVCE MANUAL for the details. Note that the setting of the following items need to be performed in accordance with the instruction given.

CABINET TYPE:

1PLAYER(S)

MONITOR TYPE:

HORIZONTAL

SERVICE TYPE:

COMMON

• COIN CHUTE TYPE: COMMON

The SEQUENCE SETTING items of COIN ASSIGNMENTS are as follows.

SEQUENCE SETTING

SEQUENCE 1: Number of credits required for starting the game. SEQUENCE 2: Number of credits required for continuing the play. SEQUENCE 3 ~ 8: NOT USED

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9 - 3 GAME TEST MODE

As soon as it enters the Game Test mode, the Ride starts moving. Before entering the Game Test Mode, be sure to keep away a person(s) from the Ride. Since the Ride moves momentarily, it may cause accidents.

The new settings will not take effect until the Game Test Mode is exited. When you make change to the settings, exit the Game Test Mode by proper operation.

You must not attempt to demonstrate this game (for the selling purpose) with any other settings other than those specified in this document. Use of such settings may cause malfunctions or bad operation on the machine.

GAME TEST MENU

By selecting GAME TEST MODE from the System Test Menu Screen, the Game Test Mode Menu Screen is displayed as follows.

SYSTEM MENU

RAM TEST

JVS TEST

SOUND TEST

GAME TEST MENU

C.R.T. TEST

INPUT TEST

SYSTEM ASSIGNMENTS

OUTPUT TEST

COIN ASSIGNMENTS

GAME ASSIGNMENTS

BOOKKEEPING

VOLUME SETTING

BACKUP DATA CLEAR

VALVE TEST

CLOCK SETTING

WIRING TEST

BOOKKEEPING

ROM BOARD TEST

BACKUP DATA CLEAR

GAME TEST MODE [*****************]

> EXIT

-> EXIT

SELECT WITH SERVICE BUTTON

AND PRESS TEST BUTTON

SELECT WITH SERVICE BUTTON AND

PRESS TEST BUTTON

System Test Menu Screen

FIG. 9. 3 a Game Test Menu Screen

Press the TEST Button to cause the following Test Menu to be displayed on the monitor.

Press the SERVICE Button until the pointer ">" is moved to the desired item to make a selection.

Bring the pointer ">" to the desired item and press the TEST Button to enter the selected item's test.

In the Test mode, the Start button instead of Test button and the View button instead of Service button can be used. These, however, can not be used in the INPUT TEST.

After the test is complete, move ">" to "EXIT" and press the TEST Button to return to the System Test Menu Screen.

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INPUT TEST

When INPUT TEST is selected, the following screen appears on the monitor. The screen allows the status of each SW and the value of each V.R. of the cabinet to be viewed.

On this screen, periodically check the status of each switch & V.R.

INPUT TEST

 

HANDLE BAR

0H

ROLL

0H

THROTTLE LEVER

FFH

PITCH

0H

START

OFF

VIEW

OFF

SAFETY SENSOR

OFF

SERVICE

OFF

TEST

OFF

PRESS TEST AND SERVICE BUTTON TO EXIT

FIG. 9. 3 b a INPUT TEST Screen

By pressing each switch, if the display on the right-hand side of the name of each switch changes to ON from OFF, the SW and the wiring connections are satisfactory.

When checking the SAFETY SENSOR, be sure to intercept the 3 Sensors on the step.

Simultaneously pressing the Service button and the Test button returns the Game Test Menu screen.

FIG. 9. 5 b SAFETY SENSOR

LIGHT EMITTER

LIGHT EMITTER

LIGHT RECEIVER

LIGHT EMITTER

LIGHT RECEIVER

LIGHT RECEIVER

The standard values for adjusting each V. R. are as follows:

In this product, the item of VOLUME SETTING allows V. R. values except for PITCH to be set.

HANDLE BAR:

8 0 H + 9 (centering position)

ROLL:

8 0 H + 9 (centering position)

THROTTLE LEVER:e 0 H + 9 (lever released)

PITCH:

Over 7 0 H (When the Ride is lowered) ~ Under e 0 H (When the Ride is

 

raised)

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