420-6702-01UK REV 0 SERVICE MANUAL DELUXE TYPE Before using this product, read this SERVICE MANUAL carefully to understand the contents stated herein. After reading this manual, be sure to keep it available nearby the product or somewhere convenient in order to be able to refer to it whenever necessary. Manufactured in the UK by .
CONTENTS 1. BEFORE USING THIS PRODUCT.1 1.1. INSPECTIONS IMMEDIATELY AFTER TRANSPORTING THE PRODUCT TO THE LOCATION.2 2. INTRODUCTION TO THIS SERVICE MANUAL.4 3. INSTALLATION AND SERVICE INSTRUCTIONS.5 3.1. HANDLING AND INSTALLATION PRECAUTIONS.5 3.2. COIN HANDLING.5 3.3. NAME OF PARTS.6 3.4. ACCESSORIES.7 3.5. SHIPPING THE GAME BOARD.8 3.6. SHIPPING THE GD-ROM DRIVE.9 3.7. ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS.10 3.7.1. ASSEMBLE THE MACHINE.11 18.104.22.168. ASSEMBLE THE PTV.11 22.214.171.124. ATTACH THE GUARD RAILS.12 126.96.36.199. ATTACH GUN PANELS TO GUN CABINET.12 188.8.131.52. ATTACH THE GUN CABINET.12 184.108.40.206. FIT POP PANEL TO BILLBOARD.13 220.127.116.11. FIT THE BILLBOARD TO THE PTV.14 3.7.2. LEG-LEVELLING PROCEDURE.15 3.7.3. COIN HANDLING INSTALLATION.16 18.104.22.168. WIRING CONNECTIONS.17 3.7.4. CONNECTION TO THE POWER SUPPLY.18 3.7.5. ASSEMBLY CHECK.19 3.8. MOVING THE MACHINE.21 3.9. FUSES.22 3.10. REPLACEMENT OF FLUORESCENT LAMP AND OTHER LAMPS.23 3.10.1. FLUORESCENT LAMP REPLACEMENT.23 3.10.2. LAMP REPLACEMENT.24 3.11. TROUBLESHOOTING.25 3.12. CONTROLLER.26 3.12.1. REPLACING THE MICRO-SWITCH.26 3.12.2. REPLACING THE SENSOR UNIT.26 3.13. GAMEBOARD.28 3.13.1. REMOVING THE BOARD.28 3.13.2. REMOVING THE GD-ROM DRIVE.30 3.14. COMPOSITION OF THE GAME BOARD.31 3.15. PERIODIC CHECK AND INSPECTION.32 4. HOW TO PLAY.33 4.1. GAME CONTENTS.34 4.1.1. GAME OUTLINE.34 4.1.2. STORY.34 4.1.3. PLAYER CHARACTERS.34 4.1.4. SPECIAL CHARACTERISTICS OF THE GAME.35 4.1.5. HOW TO PLAY.35 22.214.171.124. Insert Coins.35 126.96.36.199. Rod Controller Settings.35 188.8.131.52. Rod Effects Selection.36 184.108.40.206. Current Game Edition.37 220.127.116.11. Player Item Exchange (Two-player mode only).41 18.104.22.168. Game Over.41 22.214.171.124. Continue.41 126.96.36.199. Hi-Score.41 4.1.6. Play Tips.42 5. MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTIONS.43 5.1. EXPLANATION OF TEST AND DATA DISPLAY.43 5.1.1. VTS ASSEMBLY.44 5.2. SYSTEM TEST MODE.45 5.2.1. RAM TEST.46 5.2.2. JVS TEST.47 5.2.3. SOUND TEST.48 5.2.4. CRT TEST.48 5.2.5. SYSTEM ASSIGNMENTS.49 i.
188.8.131.52. COIN ASSIGNMENTS.50 184.108.40.206. COIN/CREDIT SETTING (COIN CHUTE COMMON TYPE).51 220.127.116.11. MANUAL SETTING.52 5.2.6. BOOKKEEPING.53 5.2.7. BACKUP DATA CLEAR.54 5.2.8. CLOCK SETTING.54 5.2.9. GAME TEST MODE.55 18.104.22.168. INPUT TEST.56 22.214.171.124. OUTPUT TEST.57 126.96.36.199. GAME ASSIGNMENTS.58 188.8.131.52. GUN ADJUSTMENT.59 184.108.40.206. BOOKKEEPING.61 220.127.116.11. BACKUP DATA CLEAR.62 18.104.22.168. LANGUAGE (For overseas version other than US, Australia, and Korea).63 6. COIN MECH INSTALLATION AND CREDIT BOARD SET UP.64 6.1. INTRODUCTION.64 6.1.1. PRICE OF PLAY SETTINGS UK.66 6.1.2. PRICE OF PLAY SETTINGS EURO.67 6.1.3. PRICE OF PLAY SETTINGS Austria-Czech-Denmark-Norway-Israel-France2.68 7. DESIGN RELATED PARTS.69 8. PARTS LIST.70 8.1. SPX-0000UK TOP ASSY SPHINX DX.70 8.2. SPX-0500UK ASSY PTV.71 8.3. SPX-0520UK ASSY BILLBOARD DX.72 8.4. SPX-0530UK ASSY MASK.73 8.5. SPX-1000UK ASSY PTV CABI DX.74 8.6. SPX-1060UK ASSY LID UPPER.76 8.7. SPX-1070UK ASSY LID LOWER.77 8.8. SPX-1100UK ASSY CONTROLLER CABINET.78 8.9. SPX-1150UK ASSY FENCE L.80 8.10. SPX-1160UK ASSY FENCE R.81 8.11. SPX-2000UK ASSY CTRL PANEL DX.82 8.12. SPX-4000UK ASSY MAIN BD DX.83 8.13. SPY-4100UK ASSY PWR SPLY.84 8.14. SPX-INST-DX ASSY INST KIT SPX DX.85 8.15. HOD-1020UK ASSY AC UNIT.86 8.16. HOD-1070UK ASSY SPEAKER.87 8.17. HOD-1530 ASSY FAN UNIT.87 9. APPENDIX A - ELECTRICAL SCHEMATIC.88 9.1. WIRE COLOURS.88 9.2. ELECTRICAL SCHEMATIC.88 ii.
1. BEFORE USING THIS PRODUCT To ensure the safe usage, be sure to read the following before using the product. The following instructions are intended for the use of QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL ONLY. If any activity is carried out on the product, this should be done only after carefully reading and sufficiently understanding the instructions. Only qualified service personnel should carry out maintenance on the product. Depending on the potential risk, terms such as” WARNING!” “CAUTION” and “IMPORTANT!” are used where an explanation is given that requires special attention. SEGA is not responsible for injury or damage caused by use in a manner contrary to the instructions given in this document. In order to prevent accidents warning stickers and printed instructions are applied in the places where a potentially hazardous situation relating to the product could arise. Be sure to comply with these warnings. Indicates that mishandling the product by disregarding this warning will cause a potentially hazardous situation that can result in death or serious injury. Indicates that mishandling the product by disregarding this caution will cause a potentially hazardous situation that can result in personal injury and or material damage. This is cautionary information that should be complied with when handling the product. Indicates that mishandling the product by disregarding this will cause a potentially hazardous situation that may not result in personal injury but could damage the product. Be sure to turn off the power and disconnect from the mains supply before working on the machine. Ensure that the correct fuses are fitted to the machine. Details of these are enclosed in the Service Manual. Ensure that only qualified Service Engineers perform any maintenance work on the machine. Specification changes, removal of equipment, conversion and/or additions not designated by SEGA are not permitted and will invalidate this product’s CE conformity. Warning labels or safety covers for personal protection etc, are component parts of the product. A potential hazard will be created if the machine is operated while any parts have been removed. Do not operate the product if any doors, lids or protective covers become damaged or lost. SEGA is not liable in any whatsoever for any injury and/or damage caused by specification changes not designated by SEGA. Before installing the product, check for the Electrical Specification Sticker, SEGA products have a sticker on which the electrical specifications are detailed. Ensure that the product is compatible with the power supply voltage and frequency requirements of the location in which the machine is to be installed. Install and operate the machine only in places where appropriate lighting is available, allowing warning stickers to be clearly read. To ensure maximum safety for customers and operators, stickers and printed instructions describing potentially hazardous situations are applied to potentially hazardous locations. Ensure that the product’s operating location has sufficient lighting to allow any warnings to be read. If any sticker or printed warning is removed or defaced, do not operate the machine until an identical item has replaced it. Exercise great care when handling the monitor (applies only to product with monitor). Some of the monitor (TV) parts are subject to high-tension voltage. Even after turning the power off some components are liable to high-tension voltage. Only qualified service engineers should perform monitor repair and replacement. In cases where commercially available monitors and printers are used, only the items relating to this product are contained in this manual. Some commercially available equipment will have functions and reactions not referred to in this manual. This manual should be read in conjunction with the specific manufacturer’s manual for such equipment. Descriptions contained herein may be subject to change without prior notification. The contents described herein are fully prepared with due care. However, should any question arise or errors be found please contact SEGA AMUSEMENTS EUROPE LTD. Descriptions contained herein may be subject to change without prior notification. The contents described herein are fully prepared with due care. However, should any question arise or errors be found please contact SEGA. 1.
1.1. INSPECTIONS IMMEDIATELY AFTER TRANSPORTING THE PRODUCT TO THE LOCATION Only QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL should carry out inspection. · Normally, at the time of shipment, SEGA products are in a state to allowing usage immediately after transporting to the location. Nevertheless, an irregular situation may arise during transportation preventing this. Before turning on the power, check the following points to ensure that the product has been transported safely. Are then any dented parts or defects (cuts, etc.) on the external surfaces of the product.? · Are castors and leg adjusters present and undamaged? · Do the power supply voltage and frequency requirements meet with the local supply? · Are all wiring connectors correctly and securely connected? Unless connected in the correct direction, · connector connections cannot be made successfully. Do not insert connectors forcibly. Are all IC’s of each IC BD firmly inserted? · Does the power cord have any cuts or dents? · Do fuses meet the specified rating? · Are such units such as monitors, control equipment, IC BD, etc. firmly secured? · Are all earth wires connected? · Are all accessories available? · Can all doors and lids be opened with the accessory keys and/or tools? · 2.
CONCERNING THE STICKER DISPLAY CONCERNING WARNING STICKERS SEGA product has stickers describing the product SEGA product has warning displays on manufacture number (Serial Number) and stickers, labels or printed instructions electrical specification. If you require service adhered/attached to or incorporated in the assistance you will require the Serial Number. places where hazardous situations can arise. Identical machines may have different parts fitted The warning displays are intended for the internally. Only by quoting the Serial Number will accident prevention of customers and service the correct parts be identified. personnel. SPECIFICATIONS Without Pop Panel With Pop Panel Installation Space (cm): 114 x 164.6 134.5 x 164.6 Height (cm): 224.8 258.8 Weight (kg): 247 Power (Max): 1014 W Rated Voltage (V.AC): 230 VAC Rated Current: 2.1A Operating Temperature Range: 5-30ºC Note: Descriptions in this manual are subject to change without prior notice. 3 .
2. INTRODUCTION TO THIS SERVICE MANUAL SEGA ENTERPRISES LTD. supported by its experience in electronic high technology of VLSI’s, microprocessors etc. and with a wealth of experience, has for more than 30 years been supplying various innovative and popular games to the world market. This Service Manual is intended to provide detailed descriptions together with all the necessary information covering the general operation of electronic assemblies, electro-mechanicals, servicing controls, spare parts, etc. as regards Maze Of The Kings, a new SEGA product. This manual is intended for those who have knowledge of electricity and technical expertise especially in IC’s, CRT’s, microprocessors etc. Carefully read this manual to acquire sufficient knowledge before working on the machine. Should there be any malfunction, non-technical personnel should under no circumstances touch the internal systems. Should such a situation arise contact our head office. SEGA AMUSEMENTS EUROPE LTD./ SEGA SERVICE CENTRE Suite 3a Oaks House 12 - 22 West Street Epsom Surrey United Kingdom KT18 7RG 4.
3. INSTALLATION AND SERVICE INSTRUCTIONS Only QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL should carry out installation and · commissioning. 3.1. HANDLING AND INSTALLATION 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. The game must NOT be installed under the following conditions: Outside, the game is designed for indoor use only. · In areas directly exposed to sunlight, high humidity, dust, excessive heat or extreme cold. · In locations that would present an obstacle in the case of an emergency i.e. near fire equipment or · emergency exits. On unstable surfaces or surfaces subject to vibration. · Where liquids, other than routine cleaning, may come into contact with the game. · Important: Only Qualified Service Personnel should install this machine. · Be sure to switch the supply power OFF and remove the mains supply plug from the machine before any · work is carried out on the machine. Do not attempt to repair the PCB’s (Printed Circuit Boards) yourself. This will void the warranty. The · PCB’s contain static sensitive devices that could be damaged. Always return a faulty part to your distributor with adequate packaging and protection. · When removing the plug from the mains always grasp the plug not the cable. · Do not use a fuse that does not meet the specified rating. · Make sure all connections are secure before applying power. · Ensure that the mains lead is not damaged. If the mains lead is damaged in any · way there could be a danger of electric shock or a fire hazard. Ensure that the power supply is fitted with circuit protection. Using the power · supply without circuit protection is a fire hazard. 3.2. COIN HANDLING Standard Sega machines are fitted with a SR3 coin mechanism, however, as a service to our customers Sega machines can be supplied with no coin mechanism or door allowing the customer to fit a coin handling option from the approved list. Fit only the coin handling arrangements detailed below and follow the instructions provided in section 3.7. Failure to fit the coin handling options detailed or failure to follow the installation instructions will render the machine, under the CE marking directive, void. Approved coin handling options: Coin controls SR3 · Generic mechanical · Mars (MS111B1 and ME115) · SECI RM4-G20 · 5.
3.3. NAME OF PARTS Width (cm) Length (cm) Height (cm) Weight (kg) PTV 114 53 158 91 BILLBOARD 114 40 40 19 (With POP Panel) (134.5) (74) MAIN CABI DX 114 96.8 93.9 87 GUN CABI 54.8 101 98.7 40 When Assembled 114 (134.5) 164.6 224.8 (258.8) 247 6.
3.4. ACCESSORIES The machine is supplied with an installation kit. Please ensure the following parts are supplied: ITEM PART NO. QTY DESCRIPTION COMPONENT REFERENCE 1 SPX-0520UK 1 ASSY BILLBOARD DX 2 HOD-0006 2 L BRKT 3 MAZ-0525UK 1 POP PANEL DX 4 440-CS0186UK 1 STICKER C EPILEPSY MULTI 5 SPX-0526UK 1 POP BRKT DX 6 MAZ-2150UK 1 ASSY GUN HOLDER W/TETHER L 7 MAZ-2160UK 1 ASSY GUN HOLDER W/TETHER R 22 PK0309 1 CARTON BOX INST KIT MAZ DX 23 SAECE-095 1 DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY 24 MAZ-2002UK 1 INST PLATE MAZ DX MULTI 101 290094 0.8 WRAP,BUBBLE(SM) 201 030-000850-SB 4 M8X50 BLT W/S BLK FENCE L+R-2EA 202 030-000830-SB 8 M8X30 BLT W/S BLK FENCE L+R-4EA 203 029-F00625-0B 4 M6X25 SKT CSK BLK 205 000-T00420-0B 4 M4X20 MSCR TH BLK FENCE L+R-2EA 206 068-441616-0B 4 M4 WSHR 16OD FLT BLK FENCE L+R-2EA 207 030-000840-SB 8 M8X40 BLT W/S BLK (2)-8 208 068-852216-0B 24 M8 WSHR 22OD FLT BLK (2)-8,FENCE L+R-6EA 209 030-000860-0B 4 M8X60 BLT BLK F.CABI-4 401 420-6620UK 1 SERVICE MANUAL GD ROM SYS 402 OS1019 2 SELF SEAL BAG 9X12.3/4 403 420-6702-01UK 1 SERVICE MANUAL MAZ DX 405 390-5160 1 LAMP WG B TYPE 6V 3W (C2R) 406 509-5080 1 SW MICRO TYPE (SS-5GL2) 413 514-5078-5000 1 FUSE 5X20 CERAMIC SB 5000MA 7.