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  1. Did you manage to get any of them working?
  2. CanonMan

    Bingo Clubber Fruit Machine

    They don't have sound ROMs.
  3. CanonMan

    Miami Vice/Dice MPU4 Video

    Check the CRT neck board for dry solder joints. It's a common problem because of the thermal stress of heating up and cooling down .
  4. CanonMan

    Miami Vice/Dice MPU4 Video

    I'd replace the pots first before condemning the crt and replacing the whole lot with a yucky LCD monitor...
  5. CanonMan

    Any one remeber this one

    I used to own one but we're talking 25 years ago, long before emulation had been thought about.
  6. CanonMan

    PCP In for a Penny, In for a pound

    ....and how do you know so much about it? 🤔
  7. CanonMan

    Solder Joints!

    I've worked in places that repaired boards that used both lead-free and leaded solder, so there had to be two identical soldering rework stations to avoid cross contamination. You can imagine the trouble caused when somebody took an old board with lead-free solder to the wrong rework station....
  8. CanonMan

    Solder Joints!

    Oh do sod off, you're fooling nobody but yourself.
  9. CanonMan

    Solder Joints!

    Lead-free solder does not mix well with leaded solder though. If you insist on using that lead-free tat then you have to remove as much of the old solder from a joint as possible before you remake it with lead-free. Read the tutorial I linked to, it's very good.
  10. CanonMan

    Solder Joints!

    I bet that's lead-free solder as well! Tell him to get some proper 60/40 leaded solder. Also, see here: http://www.epemag.wimborne.co.uk/solderfaq.htm
  11. CanonMan

    Can you identify this?

    I'll take that back now I've found a photo of it!
  12. CanonMan

    Can you identify this?

    Is it Bezique?
  13. CanonMan

    Can you identify this?

    Looks like a BFM board though.
  14. CanonMan

    Can you identify this?

    They did a machine called Queen of Clubs.
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