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  1. Wanted: Wells Gardner K4600 - XY Video card Doesnt need to necessarily be working, so long as not physically damaged (i.e. the edge connectors specifically) Pic for example
  2. Hi guys Anyone have a spares board for Street fighter 2 champ/hyper Looking for a chip at position 11d on the b board ( labelled BPRG1 ) example pic attached (not my board) Cheers
  3. Nice machine good luck with the sale. If no immediate sale on here, get it up on facebook marketplace if you havent already, and the tmnt collectors club australia group for more exposure .
  4. Seems the p3/p4 harness doesnt have a pin wired to pin 11 for the service switches in the door. Looks like in the above, the service switches are jumped over directly to the mk4 credit pcb (which would work of course, but originally the service switch wiring ran through wiring harnesses over to the jamma edge+p3 and p4 harnesses). Just a heads up as i know youre trying to restore wiring to original, so just keep in mind regarding service switches originally not going to credit board
  5. Yeah not a bad deal thats for sure Being said, why not grab an MK4 credit board, and set the dip switches to 4 player mode. Works in the identical way. Sunrise still sell them (and the edge connector) brand new, or even put up a wanted post.
  6. oh wow , i didnt even know how to rebuild MCAs or even adjust levers in 2014 😮 hahaha. i stocked up a couple of those bushes from Coin Play before they stopped supplying, but good to see there are options around to futureproof everyone , good work !
  7. Wow this is amazing work and dedication!!
  8. Ah, this is the cab you were telling me about Geoff. Man, depends if you REALLY love that particular cab. If you do, give it some love and elbow grease. There are a few plastic weld kits around, filler, spraypaint etc - or if not, might be worth a quote from a body shop for just the worst (cracked) bits. I wouldnt worry about the rear, no one sees it anyway. But ultimately, if youre not attached to that particular cab, or if youre never gonna be happy due to the originality side (Original Toshiba/nanao would be costly if you couldnt live with the current setup), no matter how aesthetically nice it is on the outside, might be worth to cut your losses, sell and go on the hunt again :)
  9. I had graphic glitches before, and with game powered on put some pressure on the chip on the C board and come good (temporarily of course). Was the pins from chip to the pcb. but didnt look anything like what youre seeing to be fair
  10. My 15 pins essentially couldnt come out completely on their own. i can disconnect them from the 9 pins at the control panel, but considering the service buttons for 3/4 share the 3 pin plug with player 2 service (which goes to jamma edge) and coin wires share the big block plug with various other stuff, itd be stuck in there. my only way out would be another 4 pin block just for coin/service wires to disconnect them out but cbf now. If i was in the process again of restoring now, id add one Not sure if one was there originally maybe? but wasnt present on mine or my friends machine i sorted - doesnt mean they never had one though as most cabs get chopped up with game conversions *shrug* the third machine i fixed for someone, i have very little recollection with as harness was still in the cab Can i see pics of yours including the 4 pin you mentioned. maybe my above guess is wrong and mine/mates cabs were missing it, as id imagine that harness is supposed to be removable on its own. Hoping it wont ever have to come out again anyway :D . Thanks Hopefully someone might have more insight
  11. Coin 3 - Top side pin 14 of MK4 credit board Coin 4 - Top side pin 15 of MK4 credit board Service 3 - player 3 credit button inside door (and need a ground for other pin on button) Service 4 - player 4 credit button inside door (and need a ground for other pin on button) Definitely dont go to the 9 pin, or theyd need to route back down again to the coin door from the control panel Check Post 11 on page 1 (and then again post 14 for the MK4 version for the credit board) Shows a full photo diagram In terms of which block connectors do the 4 wires end up in - they split away separately from the other wires in the 15 pin harness, and into the block connectors near the coin door. The 3 pin molex has players 2,3,4 service switches, and the player 1 service switch and the 4 coin wires are somewhere in those other 2 blocks of jumbled mess. would need to unravel it to be more accurate but the ideas there. Side note: My educated guess as to why only 3 of the 4 service/credit buttons are in a 3 pin molex, instead of all 4 in a 4 pin - is probably because they just added it onto their existing design for cabinet harness (designed for previous cabs) later on to accomodate this cabs 4 player setup. Most games which arent konami/4 player, would only need 1 service switch which wouldve been already in the main molex, and they probably just added the other 3 later with a 3 pin molex. Seen at least 2x TMNT with the same 3 pin so id say likely done at factory like that Update: being said, you have a 4 pin. Would like to see pics, maybe mines missing it or never came with it.
  12. No worries, edited and updated in the above post
  13. Edit Ok, so attached is a pic of my player 3 plug under my control panel and where the wires are routing. This is the 9 pin plug which goes to the joystick and 2 buttons. Not saying its the definitive 'colour code', but its what was there But this is the pic and where they connect to on my joystick/buttons: My guess though, is that someone else will probably have different colours in another cab to that of the above, but i guess see if anyone else responds with what they have. In terms of that plug then connecting to a 9 Pin -> 15 pin to the game board side, well - that would be dependent on the colour scheme for your P3 / 4 harness you have in the machine that youre restoring. For me, the above plug marries up on the other side to these wires on the 15 pin harness: Left goes to Pin 3 Purple/blue Right goes to Pin 4 Blue Up goes to Pin 5 Green Down goes to Pin 6 Black/Yellow Jump goes to Pin 7 Brown Attack goes to Pin 8 Yellow Ground goes to Pin 15 Black Being said, if you check the forum for previous TMNT restores, youll likely see some wiring pics here and there, and colours seem to vary again on the 15 pin P3. So is there a definitive LAI-specific 3 player , 15 pin harness, that had no alternative colour schemes used , or did they just get batches of stuff and it changed at different points of cabinet manufacture. Zero idea. In any case, perhaps put up a few pics of what you have and what you are working with, and can go forward from there.
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