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Subject: How do you do a safe ram clear on a Bally 5000 Plus slot machine?

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Jerry Fluegel (Frustrated, can't find the info that I need)
[ Next ThreadPrevious ThreadNext Message Previous Message] Date Posted:18:23:14 12/27/07 Thu
PLEASE HELP ME!!!!
I am not able to find information on how to do a safe ram clear (error #83) on a Bally 5000 Plus Firecracker slot machine. I don't believe that this machine requires ram clear chips. I think that there is a jumper to be moved in the procedure but am not sure. Is there anybody out there that can help me? Sure would appreciate any information that will solve my problem.
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[> Subject: Re: How do you do a safe ram clear on a Bally 5000 Plus slot machine?

Author:
Dupuhini
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Date Posted:02:13:59 01/13/08 Sun
1) Are you very sure it is a Bally 5000 and not a Bally 5500.?
2) Does your Machine have a 7-Seqment or vacuum display.
3) Can you tell me what the EPROM numbers of your game is , there should be 4 or 6.
If you send me this details , I will give you the easy ways to RAM_CLEAR the machine.
The are 3 ways to RAM_CLEAR the Bally 5000 , but some MExxxxxx firmware could change your procedure..
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Author:
balligator
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Date Posted:03:43:27 01/15/08 Tue
>1) Are you very sure it is a Bally 5000 and not a
>Bally 5500.?
>2) Does your Machine have a 7-Seqment or vacuum
>display.
>3) Can you tell me what the EPROM numbers of your game
>is , there should be 4 or 6.
>
>If you send me this details , I will give you the easy
>ways to RAM_CLEAR the machine.
>The are 3 ways to RAM_CLEAR the Bally 5000 , but some
>MExxxxxx firmware could change your procedure..
Hi!
I cannot erase a 83 code on my Bally 5000 plus.
Where could I buy another MPU?
Thanks.
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[> Subject: Re: How do you do a safe ram clear on a Bally 5000 Plus slot machine?

Author:
Dupuhini
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Date Posted:02:43:58 01/14/08 Mon
OOPS , LOOKS LIKE A PLACED THE ANSWER IN THE WRONG MESSAGE..
Here it is again..
Bally 5000 - RAM CLEAR PROCEDURES
Method 1
Using Initializing EPROM's on Vacuum Displays only. Also see other methods before using this one.
1) Switch off machine
2) Remove MPU board and swap U-12 & U-15 with INITILIZING EPROM's
3) Replace board
4) Switch on and wait about 30 seconds for initializing sequence to complete.
5) Switch off
6) Replace original MAIN EPROM's
7) Replace Board & Switch on.
Method 2
Use this procedure if the machine is equipped with a door distribution board number: AS-3356-74
1) Switch off machine
2) Remove the J-1 connector on the door distribution board.
3) Jump pin 5 and pin 11 together.
4) Press and hold the pseudo coin button on the door distribution board
5) Switch on and wait until the win meter displays 'CH' before releasing the button.
6) The win meter display should change to 'CL' and all the buttons should flash.
7) Switch off and return J-1 connector.
Method 3
Use this procedure if the machine is equipped with MPU chips ME600002-T to ME600002-Z at U-12 & U-15.
1) Switch off machine
2) Install jumper J-14 on the MPU board.
3) Press and hold the pseudo coin button on the door distribution board.
4) Switch on & wait until the win meter displays 'SF' the push the test button on the MPU board.
5) The win meter display should change to 'CL P' and all the button should flash.
6) Switch off and remove J-14.
Method 4
Use this procedure with main programs ME600002-T to ME600002-Z
1) Switch off machine
2) Remove J1-15 on MPU and place on J-14
3) To clear all RAM , including game options , depress and hold the pseudo-coin button ( not if options must stay )
4) Switch on
5) When the 'SF' or 'SAFERAM ENABLED' message appears , quickly sepress the test button. Releas the pseudo button.
6) IF performing a ALL RAM CLEAR - Switch off when 'CL' or 'SAFERAM CLEARED' appears.
7) IF performing a RAM CLEAR , but save options - Swicth of when 'CL P' or 'OPTIONS SAVED' appears.
8) Replace J-14 to its original position.
9) Switch on
10) Game should return to normal door-open condition; flashing lights indicate problems;
FLASH ERROR
1 Main EPROM Checksum error
2 Supplement EPROM checksum error
3 Personality EPROM checksum error
4 Volatile RAM read/write failure
5 NON-Volatile RAM read/write failure
6 NON-Volatile RAM error , Battery removed , ect.
Method 5
Use this method if none of the above worked…
1) Switch off machine
2) Remove your MPU board only
3) Use a Bally 5000 Plus TEST-RIG and insert MPU board
4) Hold pseudo-coin button and press RAM_CLEAR
5) Insert board in machine and reset door open tilt (87) with JP reset
6) Reset Reel tilts
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