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    Nba jam te pcb

    Hi guys, have a nba jam board and a nba jam te board.

    The te board cones up with ram error ua13 and ua14.
    However, the game loads but u cant play it as it reverts to coin play and the mech is broken.

    The standard board is working fine.

    Should I try and swap the 2 ram from the standard board onto the te board?
    Or something else?

    Thanks

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    how are the rams mounted?

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    I'm not sure how to explain it in arcade lingo, but here's a pic15629204947757701621875635540617.jpg

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jerry View Post
    Hi guys, have a nba jam board and a nba jam te board.

    The te board cones up with ram error ua13 and ua14.
    However, the game loads but u cant play it as it reverts to coin play and the mech is broken.

    The standard board is working fine.

    Should I try and swap the 2 ram from the standard board onto the te board?
    Or something else?

    Thanks
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jerry View Post
    I'm not sure how to explain it in arcade lingo, but here's a pichttps://www.aussiearcade.com/attachm...hmentid=150357
    Honestly mate unless you have the equipment to swap the rams over yourself I suggest sending the board to @Jomac
    It's worth fixing for sure!

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    Service and test switch not working

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    Thanks ac. I'll PM him

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    If you get/have an IC puller I'd consider giving it a go. There were kits sent to arcade operators to switch these over from NBA Jam to NBA Jam TE so with a bit of care it should be doable. Just don't bend any pins pulling them out or putting them back in.

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    Quote Originally Posted by simo1412 View Post
    There were kits sent to arcade operators to switch these over from NBA Jam to NBA Jam TE so with a bit of care it should be doable.
    That is correct. That is how you upgraded the old boards. There was also a set of chips that didn't allow for the players to have big heads when it become non PC to have this feature even though the operator could simply change the settings to use normal head sizes with the normal chip set.

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    Anyone have any pullers?

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    You can't swap the RAM chips with IC pullers, they are surface mount chips, pullers only work if the chips are socketed.

    Pulling on those will rip dozens of tracks and pads off the board and convert the board to scrap.
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