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No sound Ms. Pac-Man
« on: November 15, 2017, 12:11:46 pm »
Hi all,

When our Ms. Pac-Man arrived in May, it needed to be stored until last week or so (inside the house - in fact in the hall way  :) ) - and we just tried to plug it in today.

It worked immediately, but there is no sound.

When we bought it, there was sound.

I've been looking for the potentiometer in the coin door, but seems there is none.

All new to restoring arcade games, so I do not dare to touch anything inside the cabinet in fact - not even when the game is unplugged. :-)

So 3 questions:
* might some connection be loose because of the transport
* do I need to turn the volume on the PCB? I am pretty sure the settings are the same as when we bought the cabinet.
* when I unplug the cabinet. What is safe to touch and what not? I know I have to stay away miles from the G07 monitor and the red thing, but what about other wires, switches, the pcb.

Better safe than sorry, so sorry about the maybe really dumb questions.



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Re: No sound Ms. Pac-Man
« Reply #1 on: November 15, 2017, 01:16:26 pm »
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