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Jubilee Tic Tac Toe electric version

Postby arran1988 » Fri Sep 13, 2019 10:40 pm

Just purchased a Tic Tac Toe for a project.

When powering on, nothing happens. If I flick the coin entry microswitch nothing happens. Payout motor works manually but not on paying combination of reels. Checked fuses, all switches seem OK, cleaned up all push-in connectors and tinned with solder. Just seems dead. I've checked the main PCB at the top, changed everything except the IC chips. I have been told by Henry Powell that certain switches need to be pressed in order but he was not very specific considering I want to spend money with him on some bits :( All reels spin and push microswitches on paying spin. Can't understand it? It's like it's powerless even though the PCB has mains power? Any ideas please, feel free.

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Re: Jubilee Tic Tac Toe electric version

Postby treefrog » Sat Sep 14, 2019 7:18 pm

Can’t help you with your query as never owned one and my Jubilee service manuals cover mechanical machines. I assume it is like maybe the one below which bounced around a bit on sales sites...I have avoided them in the past as they look even more complex than the hopper based Aristocrats.

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