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NO. No. DESIGATION DESCRIPTION NO.
1 1-B-2001-133-6 BAREP.C. BOARD 1
2 5A-8990 IC2, IC9, IC10 8T28QUADBUFFER/RECEIVER 3
3 5A-8989 IC3, IC4, IC8 8T97HEX. TSBUFFER 3
4 5A-9010 IC6 741544TO16DECODER 1
5 5A-9013 IC7 7404HEXINVERTER 1
6 5A-9235 IC11 74LS10TRIPLE3INPUTNANB 1
7 5A-8973 IC12 7408QUADAND 1
8 5A-9003 IC13, IC16 MC6810RAM 2
9 5A-9246 IC15 74LS139DUAL2TO4DECODER 1
10 5A-____ IC17 ROM2Kx8LOWER 1
11 5A-8972 IC18 MC6820PIA 1
12 5A-9017 IC19 CMOSRAM5101 1
13 5A-____ IC20 ROW2 Kx 8 UPPER 1
14 5C-9002 IC23 MC3456/556 DUALTIMER 1
15 5A-9073 IC24 7400 QUADINPUTNAND 1
16 5A-9236 IC25 4020 CMOS14 BITCOUNTER 1
17 5A-9237 IC27 4071 CMOSQUAD2INPUTNOR 1
18 5A-9247 IC5 74LS02 QUAD2 INPUTNORGATE 1
19 5A-9238 IC28, IC29 13 DIPRESISTOR/PACK, 4.7 KOHM 2
20 5A-9239 IC30, IC31 15 DIPRESISTOR/PACK, 4.7 KOHM 2
21 5B-9025 DS1, DS2 8 STN. DIPSWITCH 2
22 5A-9018 ZR1 1N5996 ZENERDIODE 1
23 5A-9240 ZR2 1N5990 ZENERDIODE 1
24 5A-8919 D1THRUD17, D19 1N4148 DIODE, SILICON 19
25 5C-8938 Q1, Q2, Q3, Q6THRUQ9 2N4401TRANSISTOR 9
26 5C-9016 Q4, Q5 2N4403TRANSISTOR 2
27 5A-9020 CR1 CRYSTAL, 3.58 MHZ 1
28 5B-8984 R20, R25, R26, R48, R71THRUR94 RESISTOR, FC, 1 KOHM10%W. 28
29 5B-8983 R2, R6, R7, R8, R23, R30 RESISTOR, FC, 3.3 KOHM10%W. 6
30 5B-8991 R4, R13THRUR19, R33, R34, R41 RESISTOR, FC, 4.7 KOHM10%W. 11
31 5A-9033 R1 RESISTOR, FC, 680 OHM5%W. 1
32 5B-9036 R11, R12, R42 RESISTOR, FC, 100 OHM10%W. 3
33 5B-9113 R22, R40 RESISTOR, FC, 33 KOHM5%W. 2
34 5B-9034 R27, R28 RESISTOR, FC, 10 KOHM10%W. 2
35 5A-9241 R29, R38, R46, R47 RESISTOR, FC, 22 KOHM10%W. 4
36 5A-8998 R31 RESISTOR, FC, 2.2 KOHM10%W. 1
37 5A-9093 R32 RESISTOR, FC, 10 OHM10%W. 1
38 5A-9242 R37 RESISTOR, FC, 300 KOHM10%W. 1
39 5A-8997 R39, R43 RESISTOR, FC, 2.7 KOHM10%W. 2
40 5B-9083 R44, R45 RESISTOR, FC, 470 OHM10%W. 2
41 5A-8980 C1THRUC21, C30, C33THRUC37, CAPACITOR, CERAMIC, .01 MFD. 50V. 30
C63THRUC67
42 5A-8986 C23 CAPACITOR, ELECT., 100 MFD. 10V. 1
43 5A-8996 C22, C24 CAPACITOR, CERAMIC, .1 MFD. 50V. 2
44 5A-9169 C25, C26 CAPACITOR, CERAMIC, 27 PFD. 1KV. 2
45 5A-9243 C27 CAPACITOR, TANT., 10 MFD. 10V. 1
46 5A-9031 C31 CAPACITOR, TANT., 1 MFD. 25V. 1
47 5A-9030 C32 CAPACITOR, CERAMIC, .047 MFD. 50V. 1
48 5A-9065 C38THRUC62 CAPACITOR, CERAMIC, 470 PFD. 50V. 25
49 5A-9019 LED1, LED2 LED, RED 2
50 5A-9024 SW1, SW2 SWITCH, SPOTMOMENTARY 2
51 5A-9021 BATTERYHOLDER#171 1
52 5A-9026 1J1 HEADR09-64-1083 5
53 5A-9028 1J3, 1J4 HEADER09-65-1041 2
54 5A-9027 1J2, 1J5, 1J6, 1J7 HEADER09-65-1091 4
55 5A-8985 40 PINICSOCKET 1
56 5A-9004 24 PINICSOCKET 7
57 J1THRUJ6 WIREJUMPER22 GRADEWIRE 6
WITHINSULATION
58 TP1THRUTP10 TERMINAL#1502-1 10
59 5A-9250 IC1 MC6808 MICROPROCESSOR 1
60 5A-9366 IC14 FIREPOWERGAMEROM 1
61 5A-9015 IC21, IC22 PROM512 x 8 7641/6341 2 / 3
62 5A-9022 B1, B2, B3 BATTERY, ALKALINE, 1.5V. 3
63 5A-7520-1 TIEWRAP 1
64 5A-9266 D18 IN5817 DIODE 1
65 5A-9086 R95 RESISTOR, FC, 6.8 KOHM10%W. 1

When IC14 game ROMis used in place of PROMs, Jumper J3
must be connected and J4 removed (IC14 address 600016).
When IC14 game ROMand PROMs are used Jumper J4 must
be connected and J3 removed (IC14 address 680016).
With 6802 for IC1, IC13 may be removed and MPU internal
RAM enabled by adding R4 and removing Jumper J1.
RESETTING AUDIT TOTALS AND ADJUSTMENTS; INITIATING AUTO-CYCLE MODE
1. In game over mode, set the alternate-action switch to MANUAL-DOWN and momentarily depress
theADVANCE pushbutton. All displays should go blank.
2. Removethebackglass andunlatchandopentheinsertdoor.
3. Set all switches on the COMMAND ENTER (MASTER
COMMAND) slide switch (DS1) to OFF (move to the right).
4. Set switchonCOMMAND ENTER switchto ON (move left):
a. To zero audit totals (Functions 01-11) set Switch 8 to ON.
b. To restore factory settings and zero audit totals, set Switch 7 to ON. Coin Door must
remain open to restore factory settings.
c. For Auto-Cycle Mode set Switch 6 to ON.
5. Momentarily depress COMMAND ENTER pushbutton. The LEDs should blink once.
6. a. After zeroing audit totals turn game OFF and ON to return to game over mode.
b. After restoring factory settings, turn game OFF and ON twice to return to game over mode.
c. To initiateAuto-Cycle Mode, set alternate-action switch to AUTO-UP (out) and momentarily
depress the ADVANCE pushbutton. Each cycle of this mode sequences through display digits
test, flashes all multiplexed lamps 64 times and pulses each solenoid. To terminate theAuto-
Cycle mode and go to game over, turn the game OFF and ON.
CPU BOARD SELF TEST (continued)
5. TROUBLESHOOTING: LEDs REMAIN ON AFTER POWER TURN-ON
a) Check +5 VDC and Unregulated Logic B+ on CPU and Power Supply boards.
If low:
i) Check AC input fromtransformer.
ii) Check wiring fromtransformer to 3P1 (Power Bus Inputs) -10, -11 and -12.
iii) Check 3D6 and 3D7.
iv) Replace Power Supply Board
b) Turn game OFF and completely remove Driver Board fromthe backbox.
Reapply power and depress the DIAGNOSTIC pushbutton on the CPU board.
If the LEDs blink twice and then remain OFF, replace the Driver Board.
Otherwise, replace the CPU board.
6. TROUBLESHOOTING: LEDs DO NOT FLASH AND REMAIN OFF WHEN DIAGNOSTIC SWITCH DEPRESSED
a) Turn game OFF and back ON.
b) If problems persist, check +5 VDC frompower supply, if ok, replace the CPU board.
7 TROUBLESHOOTING: INTERMITTENT OPERATION
a) Make checks described in number 5 above (for LEDs remaining on after power turn-on).
b) Replace CPU board.
8. TROUBLESHOOTING: GAME COMES UP IN TEST 04 WHEN TURNED ON
a) Check battery voltage fromtheAnode of 1D17 to ground, if less than 3.9 VDC, replace batteries.
b) Check battery voltage fromCathode of 1D17 to ground, if less than 3.2 VDC, replace diode.
HIGH
SCORE
RESET
MANUAL-
DOWN
ADVANCE
AUTO-UP
DIAGNOSTIC
ISSUE NUMBER 3.0 (21 FEB 2007)
CREATED BY: Phil Butcher
www.firepowerpinball.com
INTERBOARD CONNECTOR (connects to Driver board)
1J 1
40 39 38 37 36 35 34 33 32 31 30 29 28 27 26 25 24 23 22 21 20 19 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1
ROM
NO.1
IC20
13 12
24 1
ROM
NO.2
IC17
13 12
24 1
NOT
USED
IC14
13 12
24 1
C14 C13 C12 ROMS
PROM
NO.3
IC26
13 12
24 1
PROM
NO.2
IC22
13 12
24 1
PROM
NO.1
IC21
13 12
24 1
C67 C16 C15
PROMS
IC13
13 12
24 1
IC16
13 12
24 1
C9 C10 RAM
IC30
1
1
6
8
9
IC31
1
1
6
8
9
R7
R8
J 2
BUS PULLUPS
IC15
9 8
16 1
C
1
9
J
4
J
3
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Grey/White (Logic B+[+12 V Unregulated]) 9
N/C (Not used) 8
KEY 7
Grey (Logic B+[+5 VDC]) 6
Grey (Logic B+[+5 VDC]) 5
Grey (Logic B+[+5 VDC]) 4
Black (Logic Ground) 3
Black (Logic Ground) 2
Black (Logic Ground) 1
9 8
16 1
IC10
C17
9 8
16 1
IC9
C64
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DIAGNOSTIC SW.
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ADDRESS DRIVERS
TP2
NMI
MPU
AND
CLOCK
IC1
21 20
40 1
C26
C25
C1
C3
R6
R4
J 1
R6
C
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14 1
C7
IC7
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C11
IC12
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IC11
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GATING
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BCD OUTPUTS
D
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IC28
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STROBE OUTPUTS
6 7
14 1
IC29
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D15
D14
D13
D12
D11
D10
D9
D8
D7
D6
D5
D4
D3
D2
D1
MASTER
COMMAND
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16 1
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DS1
8
1
ON
DS2
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8
1
NOT
USED
SW2
ENT.
COMMAND
ENTER
SW1
DIAG.
DIAGNOSTIC
START
C34
R33
C33
R34
+

+
B3

+
B2

+
B1

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51
TP9
+5V.
TP10
GROUND
TP7
CMOS
RAM B+
TP8
RESET
CMOS RAM BATTERIES & POWER SWITCHING
C22
D18
D17
R1
IC19
1
2
2
1
1
1
2
TP5
IRQ
56
8 7
14 1
C66
IC27
8 7
14 1
C65
IC25
8 7
14 1
C35
IC24
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CPU Board Assembly Drawing (System 6)
(8) ZERO AUDIT TOTALS
(7) RESTORE FACTORY SETTINGS
(6) AUTO-CYCLE MODE
CPU BOARD SELF TEST
Successful completionof the test is indicatedbythe LEDs blinkingtwice.
Failure of a test is indicatedbyone or bothof the LEDs lightingandstayinglit.
1. Withthe game turnedON andthe CoinDoor OPEN, locate the DIAGNOSTIC pushbutton(SW1) onthe right side of the CPU board.
NOTE:Should this step be performed with the coin door closed, both LEDs will stay on. This results in audit totals being zeroed,
and, unless the following action is taken, game adjustments will revert to factory settings. Turn the game OFF and ON twice.
Next, open the coin door and proceed with step 2.
2. Momentarily depress the DIAGNOSTIC pushbutton. The LEDs should blink twice and all displays should go blank.
3. For the following indications of the LEDs, proceed as follows:
4. If the LEDs come on and stay on when the game is first turned ON or the LEDs remain off when the
DIAGNOSTIC pushbutton is depressed, refer to the troubleshooting information that follows.
Indicates ROM/PROM failure; one or more of IC17, IC20, IC21, IC22, and IC26 are faulty.
OFF
ON
Indicates RAM failure (IC13 or IC16).
ON
OFF
Indicates CMOS RAM (IC19) failure.
ON
ON
3
4
4 4 7
4
2
BOARD CONNECTIONS:
CPU BOARD
DRIVER BOARD
POWER SUPPLY BOARD
MASTER DISPLAY BOARD
SLAVE DISPLAY BOARD
BACKBOX
CABINET
PLAYFIELD
INSERT BOARD
SOUND BOARD
NOT ASSIGNED
SPEECH MODULE
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
AA AA AA
B
C


E
B
C


E
B
C


E
B
C


E
B
C


E
B
C


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TP1 +12V. UNREG
TP3 MEMORY PROTECT
INTERLOCK
CLOSED
INTERLOCK
OPEN
+5V.
0V.
TP2 NMI
DIAGNOSTIC
SWITCH
DEPRESSED
+5V.
0V.
TP4 BLANKING
NORMAL
OPERATION BLANKING
+5V.
0V.
TP5 IRQ
DIAGNOSTIC
SWITCH
DEPRESSED
+5V.
0V.
30uS
1MS
TP6 BUS 02
+5V.
0V.
1.1uS
TP7 CMOS RAM B+
POWER ON 4.3V.
POWER OFF 3.9V.
TP8 RESET
POWER
TURN ON
+5V.
0V.
1MS
TP9 +5V.
TP10 GND
1D-2001-133-6