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  1. see here https://www.fruitemu.co.uk/ib/index.php?app=forums&module=forums&controller=topic&id=24172 and here https://www.fruitemu.co.uk/ib/index.php?app=forums&module=forums&controller=topic&id=24133 this is the third thread now one thread is enough, it does not need 3 on the same thing
  2. ok, well I see you have now started yet another thread on the same machine with the same problems so this is where I can no longer be interested to help, it gets too confusing all these threads. why not just use your first thread for help and carry on with that? more threads does not mean more help, usually less help
  3. well it should not be! one wire (red) has a resistor in it, so either it is missing or you have not measured the loom correctly, hope that helps
  4. it just does not run, I think its just the status light flashes red but I cannot remember now it was 5 years ago I was playing with these
  5. most likely made in different factories, as long as there to barrests specification I doubt colour was a problem lol
  6. yes! It is the more modern mpu5 machines that have to have the mewer version
  7. The later version of MPU5 are needed for some machines, the way to see if it is the later version with the bigger ram have capacitors between the “buttons” pins and “lamps” pins
  8. that's because the files for that are much smaller I think, it is using a mk 2 mpu5 which has bigger amount of ram, no idea if that makes a difference. This was all working towards getting the forgotten old section 16 program's working again, I was re-creating files which no one had and only existed on programme cards so I could program others. There once was a thread on here about it but that was 5 years ago now
  9. oh yes I did not see that! lol changed!
  10. the first part of this video is the same as what you did between 0:00 and 0:50, I did the video back in 2015 and this was for the erio section 31 machines I was messing with at that time https://youtu.be/r5Hqi_1GqpM
  11. very poorly repaired board, wires botched too. burning evident on power plug I would say 'just' enough was done to get it working then sold as quick as they could! 2 years in that state and you have done very well!
  12. Everyone seems to think flywiring the battery is the magical cure! but it isn't! it still vents and the rot travels back up the wire! if the board is not cleaned properly it still rots with the alkali, and if vinegar washed it rots with the acid! CanonMan spot on!! 🤣
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