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    WOZ Fault

    Any WOZ owners had this fault ?
    Cannot find required map name .
    Wont boot up

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    So the fault is that it doesn’t boot?

    Thought you had a lights problem...

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    Both says cannot find required map name .
    when trying to find obvious fault causing this ( no luck there ) discovered cables tucked up in loom and that Capture Dorothy led board missing

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    Quote Originally Posted by gardog62 View Post
    Both says cannot find required map name .
    when trying to find obvious fault causing this ( no luck there ) discovered cables tucked up in loom and that Capture Dorothy led board missing
    Hmmm.... WOZ can be frustrating when a board goes, but it will be even worse if you are completely missing one. These can be bypassed, and connect the cables to the next board in line, go into settings and disable the one you are missing. However you would be better of ordering a new one and not bypassing it.

    Then hopefully all will be back to normal. (Only If no other boards are gone also)

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    Quote Originally Posted by gardog62 View Post
    Any WOZ owners had this fault ?
    Cannot find required map name .
    Wont boot up
    remove a refit sata cables to the SSD drive
    Australian Distributors for Jersey Jack Pinball, Planetary Pinball, Chicago Gaming, American Pinball.
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    You are talking to a techtard .I am guessing some sort of hard drive and assoc cables .
    I am assuming this must be dont when off turned off ?

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    yes turn off
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    Thanks Wayne reseating sata cable to ssd did the trick machine now fires up .

    # 1 Completely missing the capture Dorothy lamp board # 15-0006-00 plug a tail just floating will have to check wiring loops also .
    # 2 Upper part of playfield lit not lower half # 8 down on yellow brick road .another issue to sort .

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