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    A while back I found an Atari pdf book online. It's called "Atari TM-129 The Book" at 14.2MB it's too big to post on here and I can't seem to find the web site I originally found it on.

    The book is a treasure trove of just about all the knowledge you'd need for fault finding and servicing on pretty much everything inside an arcade machine.

    I've already passed it on to a few guys here but if anyone else is interested, pm me your email and I'll pass it on.

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    This thing is 14.2 MB guys so some virtual email accounts like yahoo and hotmail may not like it.

    I've had a couple of emails bounce back from these types of addresses. So if you've pm'd me for one and you gave one of these types of addy's you may need to send me an alternate one.

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    • #3
      thanks for this mate. just flicked through it before heading to bed and am very impressed with the information in it. Thanks

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      • #4
        I finally found the link!

        http://arcarc.xmission.com/PDF_Arcad...9_The_Book.pdf


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        • #5
          This will come in very handy!

          Thanks for sharing

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          • #6
            awesome, thanks!

            i love page 4 of the book it says and i quote

            this book is not, nor intended to

            make you a technician

            turn you in to an engineer

            fix all your game problems

            repair printed circuit boards or

            make coffee





            hahahahahahahaa.... cracks me up. pretty rare to books with a little humor like this in it now days
            Last edited by @lien_Zed; 3rd August 2008, 09:31 PM. Reason: Automerged Doublepost
            rc forums looking for cabinet pc atx power supply for 12/5 volt for mame cabinet and turn it on
            if your new to electronics and

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            • #7
              Originally posted by SectionZ View Post
              This will come in very handy!

              Thanks for sharing
              You don't need it Sean, you're already a wiz at repairs.

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              • #8
                Originally posted by elkor-alish View Post
                You don't need it Sean, you're already a wiz at repairs.
                I don't think checking voltage, pressing on a few socketed chips & flexing the board really counts as a repair, but it does wonders for the confidence all the same!!.... nah this is great, love the detail about burnt edge connector repairs etc. lots of food for thought here

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