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    Hope to check out the power supply this weekend.
    This did see some action in it's day.
    Wish I had all the quarters it ate along the way!
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    78,000+ games just proves these machines were built to work. a good clean and you will have it looking like new.

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    Thats pretty cool. I remember when I picked up my Rastan machine, it had over 50 dollars in quarters in it here is a pic of me and my neice playing Rastan (I am playing a Ms Pac Man I found out back of a bar in the trash, just needed to fix the monitor )

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spin View Post
    The power supply does not look pretty.
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    They rarely look pretty but almost never fail, just need a little adjustment. Be sure to check voltages at the board connector too not just right out of the PSU.

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    Found my multimeter tonight.
    Funny how you put things away (a year ago) but dont remember where "away" is.
    Now to find a new 9V battery
    soon to check the voltages!

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    I have voltage in
    The 115V plug is hot
    All else is dead.
    The schematics that are easily found are very poor scan quality.
    Off to find better sources of just what the power supply puts out.

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    You may wanna consider this:
    http://arcadeshop.com/mcr/mcr.htm

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    Update:
    Had the power supply worked on by an Engineer.
    He said that he found a short and replaced a fuse or 3.
    Put it back in machine and turned on.
    I get humming and no monitor or anything else.
    Might need some hand holding as to where to go from here.
    Scott have any guidance?

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    Well pulled it out of the Garage and put into basement.
    Ohio is too cold to work in your garage in the winter here.
    Still looking for any guidance.

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