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  • Need help probably simple fix Standup 4 player Arcade Machine Jamma board 1000+games

    Hi,

    I know very little about standup arcades and Jamma harnesses. So I know this may sound dumb.

    Wanted to move it into a room but the arcade machine was too big so I had to undo the console and undid a few connections in the harness. The harness was very neat (previous owner did great job). Realized game was too big for room so moved it out again and its been several months later now.

    It is a 4 player and all connections (except for 2) were labelled so those were fine to connect.

    When I turn on the arcade the screen looks like it wants to boot but scrolls wildly but that's it.

    I have taken a photo of each connector. One is attached to the Jamma board and the other looks like a 3/4 connector attached to the side of the arcade machine.

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    I am assuming seeing they are both male connectors that I have lost or misplaced another cable that joins the 2 connectors. Is that so and if so, can anyone give me an idea of what cable is missing please.

    There just seems so many Jamma harnesses it is difficult to sort out what is the same as mine and try to work it out.

    Any help would be appreciated.


    Ta
    Milo

  • #2
    Is there somewhere to connect a keyboard so you can hit F1?

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    • #3
      you're holding a power connector. possibly to drive a fan

      the pc motherboard battery is flat

      these issues are likely not related

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      • #4
        Originally posted by JustAnotherRat View Post
        Is there somewhere to connect a keyboard so you can hit F1?
        Am not at home at moment but from meory I don't recall a USB or keyboard din plug. But will check. thanks.

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        Originally posted by wiredoug View Post
        you're holding a power connector. possibly to drive a fan

        the pc motherboard battery is flat

        these issues are likely not related
        Hi,

        Thanks and I should have know that.

        Will check when I get home. Thanks.

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