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Subject: Re: Tech: Gottlieb 80b A1J5 woes
From: Steve Charland <ccharl...@comcast.net>
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Sweet! Glad you got it working Greg. The other guy probably didn't
doublecheck check his work in a working game. ;)
System 80, not just a job, it's an adventure
(posting from an old account)
On Oct 7, 7:42=A0am, examiner <yorkg...@hotmail.com> wrote:
> Reseated both of the game proms with no change.
> Then pulled out both of the proms from my busted board (one of the edge
> connectors got busted, most of the board was in good shape).
> Replaced Prom 1 on the daughterboard. =A0No change.
> Replaced Prom 2 - BINGO!! =A0Fired right up into attract mode text.
> Hooked the rest of the playfield up, and my attract lights are chugging
> along just fine.
> Kind of pisses me off the retailer shipped a bad rom then told me to
> "hire a tech", but oh well. =A0I guess it only cost me 2 days of pulling
> out what little hair I have left.
> Thank you so much to everybody for taking the time to stick through this
> with me, I really appreciate all the help. =A0Maybe someday I'll be able
> to pass along what I've learned.
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