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Installation & Owner’s Manual
U.S. and Canada; call toll-free:
Outside the U.S. and Canada; call:
1-877-ROC_N_ROL (1-877-762-6765)
+1 (616) 243-3633
E-Mail: [email protected] Web: www.amietertainment.com
22022618 Rev F
AMI NGX MINI JUKEBOX WARRANTY
AMI extends the original operator of this equipment the following warranty:
All parts are guaranteed to be free of defects in material and workmanship for the specific periods listed. AMI agrees to repair or replace
without charge during such period any part which proves defective upon examination by AMI. All costs of shipping a defective part to AMI’s
offices shall be borne by the original operator. AMI shall bear the shipping costs for the replacement of defective parts.
Component
Electronic Circuit Boards
Core Computer Motherboard
Electrical & Mechanical
LCD Display
Touch Screen Sensor
Touch Screen Controller
Hard Drives
Warranty Period
(from date of shipment)
2 Years
1 Year
2 Years
1 Year
1 Year
1 Year
Life*
Condition
Parts
Parts
Parts
Parts
Parts
Parts
*Full Replacement by AMI, at no charge, for the life
of the AMI Entertainment® contract.
In the case of parts supplied to AMI as components, AMI extends the same warranty period as extended by the original manufacturer.
The above warranty applies provided that all parts of the product have been serviced properly as directed in the service manual, and
provided the alleged defective part, upon examination by AMI, shall prove to be thus defective. Under no circumstances shall AMI be liable
for any incidental, consequential or special damages, losses or expenses arising from or in connection with the use of, or the inability to use,
the product for any purpose. AMI reserves the right to make any changes or improvements in its products without notice and obligation, and
without being required to make corresponding changes or improvements in products theretofore manufactured or sold.
This warranty will not apply to any product or any part which has been subjected to any accident, abuse, or misuse.
AMI ENTERTAINMENT NETWORK, LLC EXTENDS NO WARRANTY, EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED, TO PURCHASERS OR USERS OF
ITS PRODUCTS EXCEPT AS HEREIN SET FORTH, WHETHER BY OPERATION OF LAW OR OTHERWISE.
Table of Contents
Important Safety Instructions_________________________________________2
Section A - Jukebox Specifications ___________________________________3
Section B - Placing the Wall-Mounted Jukebox on Location _______________5
Location Power and Warnings ________________________________________________ 6
Jukebox Power and Reset Switch______________________________________________ 7
Wall Mounting Instructions ___________________________________________________ 8
IR Remote Installation Instructions ____________________________________________ 10
Testing the Unit ___________________________________________________________ 11
Lighting Controller _________________________________________________________ 12
Section C - Sound System Set Up ___________________________________13
Extension Speaker Operation ________________________________________________ 14
Selecting Speaker Power ___________________________________________________ 14
Selection Procedures ___________________________________________________ 14
Extension Speakers Connected to Amplifier Channel + and – terminals ____________ 15
Amplifier Overload Check ___________________________________________________ 15
Section D - Service & Maintenance___________________________________19
Recommended Routine Maintenance __________________________________________ 20
Calibrating the Touchscreen _________________________________________________ 21
Hard Drive Replacement ____________________________________________________ 21
Section E - Troubleshooting ________________________________________23
LED Indicators ____________________________________________________________ 24
Troubleshooting Charts _____________________________________________________ 26
Connection Diagrams ______________________________________________________ 28
Section F - Parts Catalog ___________________________________________35
Front Door/LCD Assembly __________________________________________________ 36
Inside Cabinet ____________________________________________________________ 37
Currency Components _____________________________________________________ 38
Electronic Components _____________________________________________________ 39
Accessories ______________________________________________________________ 42
Page 1
Important Safety Instructions
1. Read these instructions.
9. Protect the power cord from being walked on or
pinched, particularly at plugs, convenience
receptacles, and the point where they exit from
the apparatus.
2. Keep these instructions.
3. Heed all warnings.
10. Only use the attachments/accessories specified
by the manufacturer.
4. Follow all instructions.
5. Do not use this apparatus near water.
6. Do not block any ventilation openings. Install in
accordance
with
the
manufacturer’s
instructions.
7. Do not install near any heat sources such as
radiators, heat registers, stoves, or other
apparatus (including amplifiers) that produce
heat.
8. Do not defeat the safety purpose of the
polarized or grounding-type plug. A polarized
plug has two blades with one wider than the
other. A grounding type plug has two blades
and a third grounding prong. The wide blade or
the third prong is provided for your safety. If the
provided plug does not fit into your outlet,
consult an electrician for replacement of the
obsolete outlet.
11. Use only with the bracket specified by the
manufacturer or sold with the apparatus.
12. Unplug this apparatus during lightning storms or
when unused for long periods of time.
13. Refer all servicing to qualified service
personnel. Servicing is required when the
apparatus has been damaged in any way, such
as when the power-supply cord or plug is
damaged, liquid has been spilled or objects
have fallen into the apparatus, the apparatus
has been exposed to rain or moisture, does not
operate normally, or has been dropped.
The lightning flash with arrowhead
symbol, within an equilateral triangle is
intended to alert the user to the presence
of uninsulated “dangerous voltage” within
the product’s enclosure that may be of
sufficient magnitude to constitute a risk
of electric shock to persons.
The exclamation point within an equilateral
triangle is intended to alert the user to the
presence of important operating and
maintenance servicing instructions in the
literature accompanying the jukebox.
WARNING
To reduce the risk of fire or electric shock, do not expose this apparatus to rain or
moisture. No objects filled with liquid, such as vases, shall be placed on the apparatus.
AVERTISSEMENT
Pour réduire le risque d'incendie ou un choc électrique, ne pas exposer cet appareil à
la pluie ou à l'humidité. Aucun objet rempli de liquide, comme les vases, ne doit être
placé sur l'appareil.
CAUTION!
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK. DO NOT OPEN
DO NOT REMOVE ANY COVERS, GUARDS, OR SHIELDS.
NO USER SERVICEABLE PARTS ARE INSIDE THIS JUKEBOX.
REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL.
ATTENTION!
RISQUE DE CHOC ÉLECTRIQUE. NE PAS OUVRIR
NE JAMAIS RETIRER LES COUVERCLES, GARDES, OU DES BOUCLIERS.
AUCUNE PIÈCE RÉPARABLE DANS CE JUKEBOX.
CONFIER L'ENTRETIEN DE PERSONNEL QUALIFIÉ.
Page 2
Section A Jukebox Specifications
NGX MINI
Dimensions:
Uncrated:
Height
Width
Depth
Crated:
Height
Width
Depth
31”
18.375”
8.5”
35”
22.5”
11.5”
Weight:
Uncrated
75 lbs.
Crated
90 lbs.
Amplifier:
Output Power:
(Standard)
Protection:
500 Wrms into 4 Ohm Load
Thermal and speaker overload
Automatic, self resetting
Voltage:
Frequency:
115VAC
60Hz
LCD:
19” flat screen
Speakers:
none
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Section B Placing the Wall-Mounted Jukebox on Location
• Location Power and Warnings
• Jukebox Power and Reset Switch
• Wall Mounting Instructions
• IR Remote Installation Instructions
• Testing the Unit
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Location Power and Warnings
!
The jukebox must have a clean source of properly-phased and grounded 115VAC
power at 10 amps max. This MUST be provided 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
The outlet the jukebox is connected to must NOT be controlled by a switch, nor
should the circuit breaker feeding it be shut off at night.
If the outlet is not properly phased, grounded, or is connected to an overloaded
circuit, it must be corrected by a qualified electrician before using.
The main power distribution unit is the power supply. This device contains a combination main circuit
breaker/power switch along with surge protection.
ATX RESET
SWITCH
POWER
SUPPLY
COMPUTER CORE
ASSEMBLY
(SERVICE, REJECT,
CALIBRATE, POWER
BUTTON LOCATION)
MAIN POWER
ON/OFF SWITCH
Figure 1-B – Inside View of Cabinet
with Front Door Opened
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Jukebox Power and Reset Switch
Hard Power Down
The NGX MINI jukebox is powered from a standard
115VAC wall plug using the provided power cord.
Inside the jukebox, power is routed to a power
distribution assembly located on the left-hand side of
the cabinet (see Figure 1-B). This assembly includes
a combination 15A circuit breaker/power ON/OFF
switch. All other components in the jukebox are
powered by plugging them into this power distribution
assembly.
When the jukebox power cord is unplugged or the
main power ON/OFF switch is turned off (see Figure
1-B), the jukebox is in the hard power down state. All
power is removed from all components in the
jukebox.
ATX Reset Switch
There is a hidden ATX reset switch located inside the
cabinet on the upper-left side just below the cooling
fan (see Figure 1-B). It is accessible by either
opening the jukebox door, or by inserting a paper
clip, toothpick, or other long, thin object through the
access hole on the left side of the jukebox.
Soft Power Down
The Core Computer and other components in the
jukebox should remain powered up at all times.
However, there may be times when the jukebox
needs to be turned off so that customers cannot
insert money or make selections. The soft power
down mode will give every outward appearance that
the jukebox is off by turning off the lights, the LCD
display, the bill acceptor(s), and the credit card
reader; however, the Core Computer and other
internal components remain powered up. There are
multiple ways to enter and exit this soft power down
mode:
•
Core Computer Power Button – The button
labeled “POWER” on the Core Computer
inside the jukebox (see Figure 1-B) is used to
enter the soft power down mode. Push it
again to exit the soft power down mode.
•
IR Remote Control – The button labeled
“POWER” on the IR remote control
transmitter will also toggle the soft power
state just like the button described above.
•
6 Button Wired Volume Control – This
control can be modified to provide a POWER
function. See Wired 6 Button Volume Control
on page 13 for details.
•
Computer Core
The jukebox Computer Core can be powered off by
pressing the “SERVICE” button on the Computer
Core (see Figure 1-B), and then touching “Shutdown
Jukebox” on the touchscreen. This will turn off the
Computer Core and other components that get their
power from the ATX power supply in the Computer
Core. To restore power after turning off the ATX
power supply, the jukebox must be rebooted. Reboot
the jukebox by toggling off the main power ON/OFF
switch (see Figure 1-B) and then toggling it back on,
or by pushing the ATX Reset Switch (see “ATX Reset
Switch”).
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The ATX Reset Switch resets the Computer
Core. This is like the reset switch on a PC.
Pressing and releasing this switch will cause
the computer main board to completely
reboot. Use this switch only if the jukebox is
completely non-responsive. Additionally,
when the Computer Core has been powered
down using the “Shutdown Jukebox” option
in Service Mode, pushing this button will
restart the computer.
Wall Mounting Instructions
Choosing the Location
WALL
STUD
The jukebox must be mounted on a strong, flat wall. It
is recommended that a sub panel made from ¾”
plywood or similar material be used and properly
shimmed to provide a flat mounting surface. The
jukebox should be visible and convenient to use. Do
NOT install directly above a radiator or other source
of heat. Be sure the speaker wires can be easily run
to the unit.
UPPER KEYHOLES
(SHOULD BE 65"
FROM THE FLOOR)
MOUNTING
HOLES
WARNING
The mounting of the jukebox on the wall
should be done by a qualified installer
familiar with wall construction and loading.
The wall and installation hardware MUST be
capable of supporting a 700 lb. load for the
NGX MINI. Failure to follow these
instructions could result in serious injury.
Tools and hardware required for normal installation
into wood wall studs:
• Socket wrench with 3/8” and 7/16” sockets
• Level
• Pencil
• Punch or awl (to start the lag screws) and/or drill
driver
• (4) 1/4” x 1-1/2” lag screws provided
Figure 2-B – Inside View of the Cabinet
5.
Remove the jukebox cabinet from its packing
carton. Open the door, ensure all cables are
detached from the door, and then lift the door off
of the cabinet. Set the door aside for the
moment.
2.
Install a subpanel or locate a wall stud roughly
in the center of where the jukebox will be
mounted. See Figure 2-B.
3.
Install the first ¼” x 1½” lag screw 65” up from
the floor. If not using a subpanel, center the lag
screw on a wall stud. This should be on the
centerline of the jukebox. See Figure 2-B.
4.
Hang the jukebox cabinet on this lag screw
using one of the upper keyholes in the back of
the jukebox cabinet (see Figure 2-B). Ensure
the jukebox cabinet is level and mark the wall
for the lower keyhole and the mounting holes in
the top right and top left of the cabinet (See
Figure 2-B).
Remove the jukebox cabinet from the wall, drill
pilot holes for the remaining lag screws, re-hang
the jukebox cabinet and secure it to the wall
using the additional lag screws provided.
NOTE: If the wall is concrete, cinder block, brick, or
uses metal wall studs, then a subpanel with the
appropriate fasteners must be used. At least 4”
heavy-duty fasteners (one in each corner) must be
employed. The fasteners and subpanel must be able
to support a minimum 150 lbs. Do NOT use “press-in”
anchors or any other “light” or “medium” duty
fasteners. Consult a contractor experienced in the
type of construction used if there is any doubt about
the strength of the mounting devices.
Mounting the Jukebox Cabinet
1.
LOWER
KEYHOLES
FOR MOUNTING
JUKEBOX
DIRECTLY
TO STUD WALL,
AMI
RECOMMENDS
A THIRD
LAG SCREW
INTO STUD
6.
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Prepare the external wiring. The power cord,
speaker wiring, and Ethernet cable can be
routed to enter the top or the bottom of the
jukebox. Use the block-out plates and nuts to
secure the wiring.
8.
The front door is secured using slide hinges,
which do not require tools to attach. To attach
the front door, carefully lift the door, line up the
hinge pins on the cabinet with the mating hinge
barrels on the front door, and lower the door
(see Figure 3-B).
9.
Locate the bundle of cables taped to the inside
back of the cabinet. Route the cable bundle to
the front door and into the cable clamp in the
middle of the door near the door’s hinge (see
Figure 4-B). Connect the LCD power, VGA, and
serial cables to the back of the LCD.
HINGE
BARREL
ON FRONT
DOOR
10. Connect the free end of the credit card reader
cable (coming from the USB port on the
Computer Core) to the card reader. See Figure
4-B.
DOOR
11. Connect the free end of the cable from the VCU
jack on the Computer Core to the light
interconnect board (see Figure 4-B).
CABINET
12. Connect the free ends of the 15-pin cables from
the cabinet and door together (see Figure 4-B).
HINGE
PIN ON
CABINET
13. Make sure all cables are dressed properly. Use
the cable clamps in the jukebox to keep cables
in place. Make sure nothing interferes with
opening and closing the door.
Figure 3-B – Detail View of Top Cabinet Hinge
LCD POWER
CABLE
VGA CABLE
SERIAL CABLE
15-PIN
CONNECTORS
(FOR BILL, COIN,
AND LIGHTS)
CABLE CLAMP
USED TO ROUTE
WIRES FROM
CABINET TO DOOR
LIGHT CABLE
CONNECTED
BETWEEN LIGHTS
INTERCONNECT
BOARD AND “VCU”
JACK
CREDIT CARD
CABLE
CONNECTED
BETWEEN CARD
READER AND
USB PORT
Figure 4-B – Inside View of NGX MINI Jukebox with Front Door Opened
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IR Remote Installation Instructions
IR Remote Control Installation Instructions
Wired 6 Button Volume Control
The Continental Video Jukebox comes with an IR
remote (located in the Handy Pack). To install, plug
the provided cable into the provided IR remote
receiver (see Figure 10-B) and route the other end of
the cable through one of the wire access holes in the
cabinet. Connect the end of the cable into the port
labeled “IR Receiver” on the Core Computer. Install
the IR remote receiver above the jukebox, with a
clear line of sight between the receiver and the
handheld transmitter. Plug in and turn on the jukebox
and test the
remote.
The Continental Video Jukebox also comes with a
small 6 button wired remote control. This control is
designed to be mounted close to the jukebox and
provides some basic functions.
INT.
These buttons change volume for Channels 1 & 2.
EXT.
These buttons change volume for Channels 3 & 4.
CANCEL
This button will cancel the selection currently playing.
CABLE
CONNECTED
TO TOP OF
RECEIVER
MUTE
This button toggles the jukebox between PAUSE
mode and PLAY mode.
RECEIVER MUST
BE INSTALLED
WITH SENSORS
FACING FRONT
Figure 10-B – IR Remote Receiver
Button Functionality on the IR Remote
Transmitter
To enable or disable options on the IR remote, see
“IR Remote Setup” in the Network Setup, Jukebox
Operation, Operator Setup Screens Manual.
The MUTE button on this remote can be repurposed
to function as a POWER button.
REJECT
This button is used to cancel (or “reject”) the
selection currently playing, and cancels all (rejects
all) selections in the queue if held down for four
seconds. This functionality can be enabled and
disabled through the software.
Remove the back cover of the remote control then
remove the circuit board. There are two shut jumpers
located on the board. When these jumpers are both
in the right hand position, the MUTE button functions
as MUTE.
POWER
This button turns the lights, the LCD display, the bill
acceptors, and the credit card reader ON/OFF. To
turn them back on and resume normal operation,
press the “POWER” button again.
Move both shunt jumpers to the LEFT hand position
to repurpose the MUTE button to function as a
POWER button.
VOLUME
The CH1+ and CH2+ buttons raise the volume.
The CH1– and CH2– buttons lower the volume.
The PLAY button puts the jukebox in play mode.
The PAUSE button puts the jukebox in pause mode
for a programmed amount of minutes or until the
PLAY button is pushed.
The AP OFF and AP ON buttons turn any
programmed Autoplay mode on/off.
The FUTURE button is used to give a remote credit.
The VID SEL button is used to enable and disable
video selections on the jukebox.
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Testing the Unit
Initial Set Up
has two) and check the screen to make sure
proper credit is awarded.
5. To test the coin acceptor, deposit U.S. quarters
into the coin slot and verify proper credit is
awarded.
6. To test the credit card reader, swipe a valid credit
card and check that the screen displays the last
four digits of the credit card.
7. When finished, touch the Back button to return to
the Main Menu.
When all of the network connections have been
made, boot up the jukebox. The first time you turn on
the jukebox with a new hard drive, you will see the
Local Music Configuration Screen, which lists the
available local music configurations that can be
installed on the jukebox. You will be prompted to
select one of the available lists. This selection can be
changed at any time by pressing the SERVICE
button on the Computer Core, and then touching
System Setup -> Advanced Administration ->
Local Music Configuration.
Touch the View button to display a dialog box listing
all of the albums in the selected list. Some albums
may appear grayed out; this means that some or all
of the songs in the album are not currently stored on
this jukebox. If a list with grayed albums is installed,
the grayed albums will start being downloaded to the
jukebox within 24 hours (as long as the jukebox is
connected). If the jukebox becomes disconnected,
any songs not yet downloaded will be unavailable to
patrons.
Touch the Install button to display a dialog box
prompting you to install the selected list. To install the
selected list, touch the Install button at the bottom of
the dialog box.
Testing the Network
Enter Service Mode by pressing and releasing the
“SERVICE” button on the Computer Core. To test the
network:
1. Touch the System Setup button on screen and
then touch Advanced Administration.
2. On the Advanced Administration Screen, touch
Configure Server. Then touch the Test
Connection button. This test confirms the
jukebox can connect to AMI’s server (“Server
Found”), and authenticate a connection with
AMI’s server (“Connected”).
3. If the connection is successful, you will see “Yes”
next to “Server Found” and “Connected”. If the
connection fails, you will see “No”. If the
connection fails, check the settings on the
Network Information Screen (Diagnostics –>
Network Information). This screen will allow you
to check the IP Configuration and run LAN and
WAN tests.
Testing the Touchscreen, Bill and Coin
Acceptor(s), and Credit Card Reader
Touchscreen – Every time a new hard drive is
installed, the touchscreen should be calibrated.
Follow these steps to calibrate.
1. Press the “CALIBRATE” button on the Computer
Core (see Figure 1-B) to launch the calibration
program.
2. Close the jukebox door and make sure it is
locked.
3. Follow the directions on the screen, touching the
center of the targets, and then touching different
areas on the screen. If the cursor follows your
movement, touch YES to exit.
Testing the Audio
NOTE: For operators pre-testing the jukebox in their
own facility, any features in the application
associated with the network will not work unless the
jukebox is connected to the Internet.
1. If the jukebox is not in Service Mode, press the
“SERVICE” button on the Computer Core to enter
Service Mode.
2. Add one (or more) credits to play a song and test
the audio. Touch Cash Management and then
touch Credit Management.
3. Touch the box under “Credits” and a pop-up box
will display.
4. Touch Clear to remove the “0” from the box.
5. Touch 1 (or more) and then touch Update.
6. Touch Save on the Credit Management Screen.
7. Touch Exit Service Mode.
8. After connecting speakers to the jukebox (see
section C), play a local music selection to test the
audio.
Bill/Coin Acceptor(s) and Credit Card Reader –
(NOTE: Credit Card functionality requires a
broadband Internet connection).
1. Press the “SERVICE” button on the Computer
Core to enter Service Mode.
2. Touch the Diagnostics button.
3. Touch Credit Device Tests.
4. To test the bill acceptor(s), insert a $1, $5, $10,
and $20 bill (into each bill acceptor, if the jukebox
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Lighting Controller
The NGX MINI lighting assembly can be programmed
for several different modes of operation. By default,
the lighting assembly is set to slowly cycle through
six different colors with a slow transition between
each color.
There are two blue pots on the board marked
BRIGHT and SPEED. These are used to set the
brightness of the LEDs and adjust the speed of color
changes for the two-color cycling modes.
The four position DIP switch is used to set the
operating mode of the controller. Use the following
table to set the mode.
To change the mode, open the main door of the
jukebox. The lighting assembly will swing open with
the door. Use a Philips screwdriver and remove the
LED controller cover from the back right side of the
lighting assembly. This exposes the LED controller.
SW1
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
SW2
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
SW3
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
SW4
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
ON
ON
OFF
Mode
Cycle – slow transition through colors (default)
Blue
Cyan
Green
Cycle – quick transition through colors
Yellow
Magenta
Red
White
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Section C Sound System Set Up
• Extension Speaker Operation
• Selecting Speaker Power
• Speaker Connection Diagrams
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Sound System Set Up
The NGX MINI jukebox sound system is powered by an ICEpower 250ASX2 Class 2 power amplifier
manufactured by Bang & Olufsen. Speaker terminals are provided to connect extension speakers directly
to the amplifier. An Audio Output Transformer Kit (part number 22180806) is available if your installation
uses 70 volt speakers or you need to connect extension speakers using various power taps.
Extension Speaker Operation
To avoid poor sound quality, care must be taken when adding extension speakers. The following
requirements must be met:
•
Speakers connected to the amplifier must be wired so the power consumed by the extension
speakers does not exceed the amplifier power rating of 250 watts per channel.
•
Complete the Extension Speaker Worksheet (Table 1-1) for each channel and verify it does
not exceed the 250 watt amplifier channel rating. After wiring the speakers, perform the
Amplifier Overload Check immediately following Table 1-1.
•
All speakers must be connected with the correct polarity (see Figure 1-A).
•
Do not bridge output channels.
Low Impedance Speakers
Low impedance speakers (16, 8, or 4-ohm) can be used when the connecting cable is less than 100
feet. Keep the following two things in mind when wiring your speakers:
1. No more than one 4-ohm speaker should be connected to a speaker line. If several 4-ohm
speakers are to be used, each speaker should have its own line.
2. The loss in 100 feet of 18-gauge zip-cord feeding on an 8-ohm speaker is 15%. The loss for two
8-ohm speakers is 30%.
Selecting Speaker Power
General Instructions
This section will lead you through the power and speaker selection process. This process consists of
three major steps and several smaller steps. The major steps are:
1. Identify the extension speakers and compute the speaker power for speakers connected directly
across the amplifier.
2. Make the extension speaker connections.
3. Perform an amplifier overload check (see instructions immediately following Table 1-1).
Selection Procedures
•
Use a pencil (you may want to revise your figures) to fill in the Extension Speaker Worksheet on
the following pages.
•
Use the Table 1-1 Worksheet to help you calculate the amount of power consumed by the
extension speakers.
An extension speaker RMS power rating should be at least 10% higher than the power it will
consume at maximum jukebox volume.
•
When RMS power to speaker
at maximum jukebox volume is:
Then recommended RMS power
rating of speaker is:
240 watts
120 watts
60 watts
30 watts
300 watts
150 watts
75 watts
40 watts
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Table 1-1 – Extension Speaker Worksheet
Sheet 1
Extension Speakers Connected to Amplifier Channel + and – terminals
Place the quantity of speakers in the blank under Qty and multiply the quantity times the power
consumption. Place your results in the blank under Total.
Qty
CH 1
Two 8-ohm speakers in series:
(30 watts to each speaker)
Two 4-ohm speakers in series:
(60 watts to each speaker)
8-ohm speakers:
4-ohm speakers:
Total
CH 2
CH 1
CH 2
______
______ at 60 watts per series =
______
______ watts
______
______ at 120 watts per series =
______
______ watts
______
______
______ at 120 watts each =
______ at 240 watts each =
______
______
______ watts
______ watts
______
______ watts
Total Load, sum Total columns for CH1 and CH2
Amplifier Overload Check
Check that the amplifier is not overloaded by performing the following steps:
1. Make sure that the extension speakers are connected to the amplifier terminals properly
(Channel1 + – and Channel 2 + –).
2. If the red OVERLOAD LED is always lit, the amplifier is overloaded and will shut down. You must
perform Step 3.
3. Do this step only if the OVERLOAD LED came on as described in Step 2.
•
Find the source of the overload (shorted speaker wires, shorted speaker, too many speakers
connected).
•
After you fix the short, disconnect a few speakers to reduce the wattage. Repeat Step 2.
•
If no overload is detected, reconnect the disconnected speakers (ensure you do not have too
many speakers, use Table 1-1). Repeat step 2.
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NOTE: SPEAKER WATTAGE SHOWN
IS RATING OF SPEAKER
Channel 1 +
+
8 Ohms
+
150 W
8 Ohms
150 W
Channel 1 Load as shown is
240 W per channel.
Maximum pow er capacity is achieved.
Channel 2 +
Channel 2 -
+
8 Ohms
+
150 W
8 Ohms
150 W
Amplifier
+
+
8 Ohms
150 W
Channel 1 +
8 Ohms
50 W
+
8 Ohms
50 W
Channel 1 -
Load as shown is
180 W per channel
Channel 2 +
+
Channel 2 -
+
8 Ohms
150 W
Amplifier
8 Ohms
50 W
+
8 Ohms
50 W
+
+
8 Ohms
150 W
Channel 1 +
4 Ohms
75 W
+
4 Ohms
75 W
Channel 1 Load as show n is
240 W per channel.
Maximum power capacity is achieved.
Channel 2 +
+
Channel 2 -
+
Amplifier
8 Ohms
150 W
4 Ohms
75 W
+
4 Ohms
75 W
Figure 1-C
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NOTE: SPEAKER WATTAGE SHOWN
IS RATING OF SPEAKER
+
+
16 Ohms
+
75 W
16 Ohms
+
75 W
Channel 1 +
+
8 Ohms
50 W
Channel 1 -
Load as shown is
240 W per channel.
Maximum power capacity is achieved.
Channel 2 +
Channel 2 -
+
+
Amplifier
50 W
16 Ohms
75 W
8 Ohms
16 Ohms
+
75 W
16 Ohms
+
75 W
50 W
16 Ohms
75 W
8 Ohms
+
8 Ohms
50 W
+
8 Ohms
+
50 W
Channel 1 +
+
8 Ohms
+
50 W
8 Ohms
+
50 W
8 Ohms
8 Ohms
+
50 W
+
50 W
8 Ohms
8 Ohms
50 W
+
50 W
8 Ohms
50 W
Channel 1 Load as shown is
240 W per channel.
Maximum power capacity is achieved.
Channel 2 +
Channel 2 -
+
Amplifier
8 Ohms
+
50 W
+
8 Ohms
+
50 W
8 Ohms
+
50 W
8 Ohms
50 W
Figure 1-C (continued)
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8 Ohms
+
50 W
+
8 Ohms
50 W
8 Ohms
50 W
+
8 Ohms
50 W
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Section D Service & Maintenance
• Recommended Routine Maintenance
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Recommended Routine Maintenance
Heat is the biggest enemy of electronic
components. Proper maintenance is essential for
maximum earnings and reliability.
It is very important to keep all cooling fans clean.
Once dust and dirt is visible on a cooling fan, the
airflow is reduced by at least 25%. There are several
cooling fans in the cabinet (see Figure 1-D).
4. Slide the bill stacker back on the bill acceptor.
Be sure the green light is on (for MEI, make
sure the green lights/arrows are flashing).
5. Close and lock the jukebox door.
Minor Service
Perform these steps a minimum of every 3 months if
operating more than 14 hours per day, operating
where smoking is allowed, or operating in a dusty
environment. Perform these steps a minimum of
every 6 months if operated less than 14 hours per
day and in a very clean environment. You will need a
new, soft 2” paintbrush*.
1. Gently brush* dirt from the cabinet cooling
fan. Verify fan operation.
2. Brush* dirt from the amplifier fan. Verify fan
operation.
3. Check the operation of the CPU fan from the
“Health Status” Screen.
4. Listen to the CPU fan for excessive noise or
vibration.
5. Clean the bill acceptor with an approved
cleaning card.
6. Clean the credit card reader with an
approved cleaning card.
7. Clean and calibrate the touchscreen (see the
next page for calibration instructions).
Recommended preventative maintenance
Routine Service
The following steps take about 3 minutes and should
be performed at each collection.
1. Check the CPU fan from the “Health Status”
Screen.
2. Ensure the cabinet fan on the upper-left side of
the cabinet is blowing air out and the fan looks
clean. See Figure 1-D.
3. Be sure that nothing is resting on top of the unit
or otherwise blocking the airflow around the
machine.
CABINET
FAN
Cleaning the Touchscreen
Any standard glass cleaner can be used to clean the
touchscreen. Always spray the glass cleaner on the
cloth or towel and not directly on the touchscreen.
Glass cleaner sprayed directly on the screen could
possibly leak inside and cause damage.
CPU FAN
INSIDE
COMPUTER
CORE
Cleaning the Door Panel
The door panel is made of polycarbonate. We
recommend cleaning with a mild cleaner and a soft
cloth to avoid scratching the surface.
Annual Service
The following steps should be performed every year
in addition to everything in the minor service section.
1. Vacuum the interior of the cabinet and fans.
2. Inspect the power cord for fraying or damage.
3. Check the power ground.
4. Check all LAN connections and wiring.
5. Listen to all speakers to make sure they are
operating correctly.
Figure 1-D – Inside View of Cabinet
Collecting from the Bill Acceptor
1. Unlock and open the front door.
2. To remove the bill stacker, slide the tab on the
back of the bill acceptor towards the front door
and push the stacker forward and then upward.
3. Open the side door on the bill stacker to
remove the cash.
Scheduled maintenance always costs less time
and money than an unscheduled breakdown.
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Calibrating the Touchscreen
Hard Drive Replacement
Every time a new hard drive is installed, the
touchscreen should be calibrated. Follow these
steps to calibrate.
1. Turn off and unplug the jukebox.
2. Loosen the thumbscrew securing the cover
on the Computer Core and slide it off (see
Figure 4-D).
1. Press the “CALIBRATE” button on the
Computer Core (see Figure 2-D) to launch
the calibration program (see Figure 3-D).
Calibrate
Figure 4-D – Computer Core
Figure 2-D – Computer Core
3. Carefully slide the hard drive tray out of the
assembly as far as cabling will allow.
4. Disconnect the SATA power and data
cables from the drive.
5. Connect the SATA power and data cables to
the new hard drive.
6. Slide the hard drive back into the assembly.
Make sure not to pinch any cables while
doing so.
7. Replace the Computer Core cover and
secure it with the existing thumbscrew.
Figure 3-D – Calibration Screen
2. Close the jukebox door and make sure it is
locked.
3. Follow the directions on the screen,
touching the center of the targets, and then
touching different areas on the screen. If
the cursor follows your movement, touch
YES to exit.
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Section E Troubleshooting
• LED Indicators
• Troubleshooting Chart
• Connection Diagrams
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LED Indicators
The LEDs are described below to help you isolate a problem.
COMPUTER CORE ASSEMBLY (61197002)
USB Tx LED – It should be flashing, indicating good communication between the motherboard and
the I/O board.
USB Rx LED – It should be flashing, indicating good communication between the motherboard and
the I/O board.
STATUS LED – Flashes three times on power up, but otherwise it should be off.
RS485 Tx LED – It should be flashing, indicating good communication between the I/O board and
Rowelink devices such as the Amplifier and Volume Control Units.
RS485 Rx LED – It should be flashing, indicating good communication between the I/O board and
Rowelink devices such as the Amplifier and Volume Control Units.
IR RECEIVER LED – Flashes when an IR signal is received.
+5VDC – Indicates this voltage from the ATX power supply is present.
+12VDC – Indicates this voltage from the ATX power supply is present.
HDD LED (RED) – Flashes when the motherboard is accessing data on the hard drive.
PWR LED (GREEN) – When lit, indicates the power supply in the core computer assembly is on.
POWER SUPPLY ASSEMBLY (40991404)
POWER (Green) – When lit, indicates power is applied to the Amplifier.
STATUS (Red) – Indicates the status of the Preamplifier/Amplifier, normally on.
COM (Green) – Quick flashes indicate communication with the Core Computer is OK.
MUTE (Red) – Indicates the mute status of the Amplifier (On = muted, Off = not muted)
OVERCURRENT – When lit, indicates the Amplifier is overloaded. Verify speaker load and ensure
there are no shorted speaker wires.
THERMAL – When lit, indicates the Amplifier is overheating. Be sure the cabinet fan(s) are
working, the filters are clean, and nothing is blocking air flow through the cabinet.
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Preamplifier STATUS – normal operation
The STATUS LED is used to indicate the status of the preamplifier. Under normal conditions the STATUS
LED will flash once on power up, stay off for a second, and then turn back on and stay on. If either of the
two microphone inputs become active, either by activation of the SENSE line or by the Voice Activation
Circuits, the STATUS LED will blink on and off at a 150ms rate until the microphone circuits become
inactive.
Preamplifier STATUS – error conditions
The STATUS LED is used to indicate possible faults on the preamplifier board. During power up, the
preamplifier runs a self test. If a fault is detected, the STATUS LED is used to indicate what may be
wrong. The LED will repeat a pattern of a specific number of blinks.
The blink pattern is 500ms on, 500ms off and then one to seven quick 100ms on blinks, three seconds
off. The blinking pattern will repeat until the preamplifier is reset or power is turned off.
Number of blinks
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Problem Description
Digital Audio Processor did not come out of RESET
Digital Audio Processor COM error
EEPROM COM error
Digital Audio Processor memory load error
EEPROM data error
Digital Potentiometer COM error in Mic circuit
2
I C SDA line is stuck low
If the DAP fails during normal operation, after power up the STATUS led will start to blink one second on,
two seconds off, continuously until power is cycled or until the DAP failure goes away.
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Troubleshooting Charts
The best way to isolate a problem is to determine its cause. The following charts should help to narrow
down which module is failing and whether it can be fixed or it needs to be replaced.
Start with finding the “Problem” column that relates the closest to the problem you are experiencing and
then match it to the closest “Symptom”. There can be many “Probable Causes” listed for each Symptom.
The Probable Causes are listed in decreasing order of probability.
PROBLEM
The Windows
operating
system does
not boot up.
SYMPTOM
At the first boot up screen,
“Detecting IDE Primary
Master” reports “None”.
The LEDs on the
Computer Core come on,
but the screen stays dark.
PROBABLE CAUSE
1. There is no hard drive in the Computer Core.
2. The plugs are not completely seated in the hard drive.
3. The data cable or power cable has come loose from
the motherboard or hard drive.
1. There is no hard drive in the Computer Core.
2. The data cable or power cable has come loose from
the motherboard or hard drive.
3. The hard drive is faulty.
1. The plug is not completely inserted into the outlet.
2. The wall circuit is not “hot”.
3. The ON/OFF switch on the power supply is in the OFF
position.
4. The ATX power supply in the Computer Core is faulty.
1. The power plug to the display is not seated completely.
2. The power distribution assembly is defective.
3. The LCD is faulty.
The LCD
briefly shows
“NO CABLE”
or “NO
VIDEO
SIGNAL”.
The
touchscreen
does not
work.
The computer fan is on
and all system’s LEDs and
lights are normal.
1. The video cable wiring is not seated completely.
2. The LCD is defective.
3. The Computer Core is defective.
The application boots up,
but the touchscreen does
not respond to touch.
The
touchscreen
will not
calibrate.
Nothing happens after
pressing the calibration
button.
The calibration program
runs, but will not respond
to touch.
No music
from
jukebox.
No sound from jukebox,
although the application
reports “Now Playing…a
New Song.”
1. The USB cable is not seated completely at the LCD or
at the Computer Core.
2. The touchscreen is not calibrated.
3 The touchscreen is defective.
1. The I/O interface board in the Computer Core is faulty.
2. The hard drive is faulty.
3. The Computer Core is faulty.
1. The USB cable plug is not fully seated at the LCD or at
the Computer Core.
2. The touchscreen controller is faulty.
3. The touchscreen sensor (glass) is faulty.
4. The motherboard in the Computer Core has failed.
1. Volume control is turned all the way down.
2. The audio mode input routing or muting is configured
incorrectly.
3. Audio cables are disconnected or loose from the
Computer Core or the preamplifier.
4. Volume control is broken.
5. The amplifier is overloaded and shutdown.
1. There are no more credits available for play.
2. Reject song was activated.
The boot up process stops
at “DISK BOOT FAILURE,
INSERT SYSTEM DISK
AND PRESS ENTER.”
The LCD
screen stays
dark when
the jukebox
is powered
up.
The PWR LED on the
Computer Core does not
light.
No sound from jukebox
and the application doesn’t
appear to be playing the
song selected.
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PROBLEM
Machine is
locked up
during
normal
runtime.
The bill
acceptor
does not
work.
SYMPTOM
Bill acceptor is taking
money but credits are not
accumulating, the
touchscreen is not
responsive, and I/O board
LEDs are not flashing.
Lights on the bill acceptor
are lit, but the bill acceptor
will not accept a bill.
The lights on the bill
acceptor are not flashing.
PROBABLE CAUSE
The Computer Core is locked up. Reboot it by pressing and
releasing the ATX Reset Switch. If the Computer Core
does not boot up, perform a complete Power Down and
Power Up.
1. The bill acceptor bill box is full.
2. The bill box was not re-installed on the bill acceptor
correctly.
3. There is a jammed bill in the device.
4. The plugs are not inserted securely at the acceptor.
5. The bill acceptor is defective.
1. The cable is damaged at the acceptor.
2. The jukebox has disabled the bill acceptor. Put the
jukebox into normal operating mode.
3 The bill acceptor is defective.
1. The inside wiring installation appointment was not
scheduled.
2. The inside wiring installation has not occurred.
3. The line was not installed in the pre-selected location.
4. The line (jack) was not labeled by the technician.
Location
network line
not installed
in the
location.
There is no designated
broadband line installed in
the location.
Router does
not work.
When the power supply is
connected to the router,
nothing happens.
1. The AC power plug is not fully inserted in the receptacle
on the back of the router.
2. Router reset circuit in power distribution assembly is
defective.
The “Link/Act #” light (on
the front of the router)
does not light up when an
Ethernet cable is plugged
in the respective port.
The WAN light does not
light up.
1. The cable is loose at the Computer Core or router.
2. The jukebox is not powered on.
3. The Ethernet port is defective.
The “Music
On
Demand”
feature does
not work.
The feature has never
worked in the location
before.
The feature did work at
one time, but is no longer
available.
1. The broadband connection is not plugged into the WAN
port.
2. The cable modem or DSL modem is not powered on.
1. There is no Ethernet cable connection between the
router and the jukebox.
2. The Ethernet cable is not fully seated in the port on the
Computer Core or in the back of the router.
3. The connection is loose between the installed line and
the router.
4. The cable is bad.
5. The Internet line is down.
6. The hard drive trigger code was not entered.
1. The connection has become loose between the router
and the jukebox.
2. The connection has become loose between the installed
line (jack) and the router.
3. All the lights on the front of the router are ON.
4. The router was shut off or lost power.
5. The Internet service provider (ISP) is down.
6. The AMI Entertainment server is down.
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Connection Diagrams
NGX MINI COMPUTER CORE SCHEMATIC (PAGE 1)
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RING
TIP
--1
2
---
NC
MUTE
B
A
+12 V
GND
1
2
3
4
5
6
To Preamplifier
NC
MUTE
B
A
+12 V
GND
1
2
3
4
5
6
To Lighting Assy Interface
NC
+12 V
IR IN
GND
LED OUT
NC
1
2
3
4
5
6
To IR Receiver
RTN-A
RTN-B
RTN-C
STR-A
STR-B
STR-C
1
2
3
4
5
6
To 6 Button Volume Control
GND
+12 V
COIN 5
COIN 6
LED ON
INHIBIT
COIN 1
COIN 2
COIN 3
COIN 4
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
OPTIONAL USB
RJ11
56K MODEM
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
A1
A3
A5
A7
A9
A2
A4
A6
A8
A10
USB (2)
61196901/03
I/O BOARD
GREEN
ROWELINK
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
GREEN
BUTTONS
SERVICE
REJECT
IR REMOTE
YELLOW
CALIBRATE
1
2
3
4
5
POWER
JUMPERS
COIN MECH TYPE
6 BUTTON
REMOTE
RED
OPTOs
SWITCHs
4 CH
2 CH
PREAMP TYPE
COINS
Y ES
SW PREAMP ENABLE
NO
INDICATOR LEDs
USB Tx
USB Rx
STATUS
RS-485 Tx
RS-485 Rx
IR RECEIVE
+5 VDC
+12 VDC
+12 V
GND
GND
+5 V
Y
B
B
R
1
2
3
4
+12 V
GND
GND
+5 V
ATX POWER
NC 1
NC 2
GND 3
OOS
4
BILLS
+5 V
5
NC 6
CREDIT 7
ESCROW 8
ENABLE 9
DATA 10
CABINET
FANS
GND
GND
POWER
POWER
SPARE IN A
SPARE IN B
MUTE OUT
LIGHTS ON/OFF
+12 V
GND
JUKEBOX I/O GND
GND
SPECIAL EVENT
SPARE OUT B
ROUTER POWER
SPARE OUT A
MONEY METER
+12 V
1
2
3
4
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
GREEN
GREEN
YELLOW
RED
To Coin Mech (if installed)
BLUE
To Bill Acceptor (if installed)
WHITE
To Cabinet Fan(s)
To Jukebox Power Supply
and Other Jukebox Devices
NGX MINI COMPUTER CORE SCHEMATIC (PAGE 2)
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BROWN
21958306
TRANSMITTER
40846302
IR RECEIVER
TO IR REMOTE (Y ELLOW)
ON CORE COMPUTER
34037905
CANCEL
TO 6 BUTTON REMOTE (RED)
ON CORE COMPUTER
INT
62009-A-LF
22160812
19" FLAT PANEL
DISPLAY AND
TOUCH SCREEN
EXT
MUTE
INCLUDES CABLES
MARKED WITH **
70004-1A
WIRED REMOTE
TO SERIAL ON
CORE COMPUTER
SERIAL TOUCH
CONTROL
**34038702**
VGA VIDEO
**22164202**
TO VGA ON
CORE COMPUTER
120 VAC POWER
OPTIONAL
34032904
ROWELINK
VOLUME
CONTROL KIT
34037908
34102004
CH2
CH3
CH4
**21121225**
MIC1 MIC2 MIC3 SINGER
VOLUME
22322402
TO CORE
(GREEN)
CH1
ROWELINK SPLITTER
(GREEN)
TO AMP OR
LIGHTING ASSY
PWR
CAN
FUT MODE
28280004
4-PORT
WIRELESS
ROUTER
POWER PLUG
TO LOCATION
INTERNET SOURCE
TO RJ45 ETHERNET
ON CORE COMPUTER
WAN PORT
1
ETHERNET CABLE SUPPLIED
WITH ROUTER KIT
2
OPTIONAL
26704801
WIRELESS
ROUTER
KIT
NGX MINI WIRING DIAGRAM (PAGE 1)
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LAN PORTS
3
4
SERVICE SW
SPARE IN B
MUTE OUT
LIGHTS ON/OFF
+12 V
GND
GND
GND
SPECIAL EVENT
SPARE OUT B
ROUTER POWER
SPARE OUT A
MONEY METER
+12 V
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
G
B
BL
40984201
TO JUKEBOX I/O (BROWN)
ON CORE COMPUTER
R1
10K
TO ATX POWER OUT
ON CORE COMPUTER
G
1
2
3
4
+5 V
TO ATX POWER
INPUT ON CORE
COMPUTER
R-3
To Pin 11
B/W-3
To Pin 12
R-2
To Pin 9
B/W-2
To Pin 10
To Pins 13-15
P5
TO 15 PIN DOOR
CONNECTOR
Q4
A06
R7
4.7K
R8
10K
Y
B 1
B 2
R 3
4
P3
P1
6
5
4
3
2
1
POWER IN
1
2
3
R4
10K
Q3
A56
+5 V
+12 V
GND
GND
+5 V
Q2
A06
R3
4.7K
R6 10K
R5
10K
1
2
3
Q1
A56
P2
B
BL
P4
+5 V
R2 10K
P4
D2
K3
D1
K2
K1
K3
K3
AMPLIFIER
POWER
W
B
1
2
3
40983801
P5
N
N.O.
L
N.O.
K2
L
N.O.
L
ROUTER
POWER
N
K1
B.A.
POWER
DISPLAY
POWER
N
P6
ATX
POWER
W
G/Y
B
P2
N
P3
1
2
3
P1
N.C.
N
L
N
S1
L
POWER
CB1
10A
40984301 POWER
DISTRIBUTION
ASSY
NGX MINI WIRING DIAGRAM (PAGE 2)
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P7
120 VAC
INPUT
22121206
POWER CORD
TO CABINET FANS
ON CORE COMPUTER
GND
GND
POWER
POWER
1
2
3
4
B
R
B
R
2
1
2
1
34039109
CABINET FAN
CH 2
CH 1
E1
E2
E3
E4
E5
E6
E7
B/W
BR
B
E1
E2
E3
E4
E5
E6
E7
70 V
A2
A1
A1
A2
G
40832123
22180806 - OPTIONAL
AUDIO TRANSFORMER KIT
BGM IN
CH1
TO AUDIO OUTPUT
ON CORE
COMPUTER
CH2
30934231
MAIN IN
-
STEREO PLUG
CH1
CH4
POWER
BR
STATUS
P101
RL COMM
CH 2 OUT
GND
GND
CH 1 OUT
MUTE
THERMAL
B/W
1
2
3
4
OVR CRNT
EXT OUT
CH3
1
2
3
4
5
MIC 2 INPUT
J3
SIGNAL
SENSE
POWER
GND
SHIELD
LEFT
GND
GND
RIGHT
MUTE
J2
1
2
3
4
5
MIC 1 INPUT
TO ROWELINK (GREEN)
ON CORE COMPUTER
SIGNAL
SENSE
POWER
GND
22215009
W
TO AMPLIFIER POWER ON
POWER DISTRIBUTION
ASSY
40912013
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
B
1
2
3
Shld
G
B
W
R
O/B
P102
8 CH 1 IN
7 GND
6 GND
BR 5 CH 2 IN
4 THERMAL
3 OVER CURRENT
2 ENABLE
W/BR
1 BTL SY NC
J7 34104601
INTERFACE
J10
+24VDC
GND
R
B
1
2
POWER
ROWELINK
61200701
PREAMP
34104701
34104401
P103
1
2
3
+24VDC
GND
AUX PWR OUT
P100
B
1
2
3
W
40991404
AMPLIFIER ASSY
1
2
3
40983901
ICEpower
AMPLIFIER
LINE
NEUTRAL
POWER
NGX MINI WIRING DIAGRAM – SINGLE AMPLIFIER CONFIGURATION (PAGE 3)
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B
AUDIO OUT
G
34104501
CH2
SPEAKER
BINDING
POSTS
OPTIONAL DUAL BA INSTALL U.S.
4
7
9
10
20
21
22
24
120V NEU
CREDIT
PULSE SEL
GROUND
120V HOT
EARTH
OOS
ENABLE
22135613
MEI
AE2681D7EUS
-- OR -22135614
COINCO
VL61D47US01
SINGLE BA INSTALL
W
Y
B/Y
B/Y
B
G/Y
BL
BR
34095702
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
34022350
B/W
BR
B
B/W
G
Y
BL
W
U.S.
4
7
9
10
20
21
22
24
4
7
9
10
20
21
22
24
34022350
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
120V NEU
CREDIT
PULSE SEL
GROUND
120V HOT
EARTH
OOS
ENABLE
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
4
7
9
10
20
21
22
24
120V NEU
CREDIT
PULSE SEL
GROUND
120V HOT
EARTH
OOS
ENABLE
22135613
MEI
AE2681D7EUS
-- OR -22135614
COINCO
VL61D47US01
4
7
9
10
20
21
22
24
120V NEU
CREDIT
PULSE SEL
GROUND
120V HOT
EARTH
OOS
ENABLE
22135613
MEI
AE2681D7EUS
-- OR -22135614
COINCO
VL61D47US01
22178602
IMONEX COIN
ACCEPTOR
BR
O
R
B
W
G
CANADIAN $1, $2
$2
B
G
$1
W
BR
O
CANADA
TO COINS (BLUE)
ON CORE COMPUTER
GND
+12 V
COIN 5
COIN 6
LED ON
INHIBIT
COIN 1
COIN 2
COIN 3
COIN 4
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
NC 1
NC 2
GND 3
OOS
4
+5 V
5
NC 6
CREDIT 7
ESCROW 8
ENABLE 9
DATA 10
B/W
R
O
W
B/Y
BL
Y
34022353
DOOR
HARNESS
61113308
CABINET
HARNESS
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
O
B/W
1
O
2
3
4
R
5
B/W
6
W
7
B/W
8
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
B/W
Y
B/Y
BL
BR
R-2
B/W-2
22178601
IMONEX COIN
ACCEPTOR
COM
N.O.
QUARTER ONLY
U.S.
B
G/Y
W
BR
1
2
1
2
BACKLIGHT PANEL
22325401 - DIFFUSER
34105801 - CBA, LED BACKLIGHT
R
B
TO BILLS (WHITE)
ON CORE COMPUTER
22185302
CREDIT CARD READER
TO POWER
DISTRIBUTION ASSY
Supplied with Card Reader
TO CORE COMPUTER
NGX MINI WIRING DIAGRAM (PAGE 4)
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Section F Parts Catalog
• Front Door/LCD Assembly
• Inside Cabinet
• Currency Components
• Electronic Components
• Computer Core
• Power Supply
• Amplifier Assembly
• Accessories
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Front Door/LCD Assembly
1
24
3
13
18
2
12
6
7
8
25
15
26
27
14
5
17
16
19
4
28
20
10
21
11
9
22
20
23
OUTSIDE VIEW
Ref.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
Qty.
1
1
2
Ref.
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
Part #
61199702
34103701
22323002
00710206
70093403
34038702
22164202
21121225
34103702
40992401
Description
Door Assembly
Top Front Door Catch
Female Hinge
Foam Rubber Gasket
Cable Clamp
Serial Cable
VGA Cable
Power Cord
Bottom Front Door Catch
Coin Box Retainer
Qty.
Part #
1
61200109
2
2
4
2
1
1
1
2
34103805
40990706
22323503
61200217
40990612
22327701
61200007
34104907
Description
Lighting Assembly
(includes all parts below)
Horizontal Bezel Plate
Vertical Bezel Plate
Corner Bezel Plate
Vertical Bracket
Top Bracket
Harness Cover
Diffuser
Diffuser Clamp Bracket
3
1
1
1
1
1
INSIDE VIEW
Ref.
11
12
13
13a
13b
13c
13d
13e
Qty.
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
Part #
40990301
61205001
61205050
61205051
61205053
61205054
61205055
61205052
22323901
Description
Coin Container
Flatscreen LCD
Touchscreen
Touchscreen Controller
A-to-D Board
LCD Panel
Monitor Gasket
Monitor Power Supply
Connector Block-Out Plate
Ref.
Qty.
Part #
Description
22
1
40990614
Bottom Bracket
23
24
2
34105001
Diffuser Clamp Bracket
1
22326302
LED Strip
1
HW8889-01 Self-Adhesive Cable Clamp
Shown for reference, not included in light assembly:
25
1
41010701
LED Control CBA
26
1
34102201
Light Interconnect CBA
27
1
22327801
LED Mounting Bracket
28
3
70093402
Cable Clamp
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Inside Cabinet
INSIDE CABINET
Ref.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10a
10b
11
12
13
14
15
16
Qty.
2
3
2
6
1
2
1
2
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
Part #
22323001
34103501
22324201
25156904
70091702
22323101
21256201
34100601
61199502
34024501
80443006
70163215
61197004
22321601
22321701
34039109
21895503
Description
Male Hinge
Cord Hole Cover
8-32 Finger Nut
Shoulder Washer
Solder Lug
Cabinet Latch
Tension Spring
Lock Actuator
Cabinet
Lock Bolt
#8-32 x 3/8 Hex WHMS
Cylinder Lock
Computer Core Assembly
Right Mounting Bracket
Left Mounting Bracket
Fan with Connector
Fan Finger Guard
Ref.
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
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Qty. Part #
Description
1
40991404 500-Watt Amplifier Assy.
1
22320601 Reset Bracket
1
21581801 Push Button Switch
1
40984301 Power Supply Assembly
1
70093402 Cable Clamp
2
70093403 Cable Clamp
1
34103603 Short Baffle
2
70093401 Cable Clamp
2
70120926 Washer
1
87844400 #10-32 Keps Hex Nut
1
89974808 #10-32 x ½ Carriage Bolt
Components not shown in assembly above:
1
61113308 Main Harness
1
21121240 Power Cord
1
34053003 Air Filter
1
34053004 Air Filter
Currency Components
12
13
11
9 or 10
14
8
7
3, 4,
5, or 6
2
15
1
Ref Qty
Part #
Description
1
1 22178601 Coin Acceptor
2
1 22151005 Coin Inlet Decal
3
1 40990001 Bill/Credit Graphic Panel
4
1 40990101 Bill/Credit/Coin Graphic Panel
5
1 40990201 2 Bill/Credit/Coin Graphic Panel
6
1 40990401 2 Bill/Credit Graphic Panel
7
1 40991101 Lighting Panel Backer
8a
1 22325404 Light Panel (AMI)
8b
1 34105804 CBA Backlight LED
Ref. Qty.
Part #
9
1-2 22135614
10 1-2 22135613
11
1 34100002
12
1 34105101
13
1 61199203
14
1 61199204
15a 1 22185350
15b 1 PM0725-01
15c 2 28277903
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Description
Coinco Bill Acceptor
MEI Bill Acceptor
Dual Bill Circuit Board Assy.
Coin Mech Plate
Inner Door Panel
Outer Door Panel
Credit Card Reader
Credit Card Reader Label
#M3x16 PPHMS
Electronic Components
Computer Core Assembly 61197004
Ref. Qty.
Part #
Description
1
1 22137302 Guide – Card
2
1 34052405 CBA – Power On/Reset
3
1 34101103 Cover – Small
4
1 40983503 Cover - Top
5
1 34039110 Fan – Chassis Cooling w/Tach
6
1 34101201 Bracket – Hard Drive Mounting
7
1 91197103 Housing – Core Computer
9
2 87842300 Nut - #6-32 Keps Hex
10
1 40955205 Power Supply
11
14 80352304 #6-32x1/4 PPHMS
12
1 40924214 Single Bd Computer Assy
Ref.
13
14
15
16
Qty.
1
1
1
1
Ref
Ref
1
1
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Part #
Description
61196903 CBA – I/O Interface
22328802 Bracket – PCI Modem Blockout
22167704 Label – Computer Connections
22167705 Label – Jukebox Connections
Components not shown above
1 22132269 Harness Assy – Com I/O
1 22132270 Harness Assy – Power
1 22132252 Cable – SATA Data
22219001
22219002
Hard Drive – 320GB System,
Hard Drive – 320GB Canada
Electronic Components
Power Supply Assembly 40984301
8
1
2
7
3
4
5
6
Ref. Qty.
Part #
Description
1
1 40984401 Power Supply Cover
2
1 30785706 Rocker Switch
3
1 40983801 Power Control CBA
4
2 71300091 PC Support Standoff
Ref. Qty.
Part #
5
1 40984201
6
2 87842300
7
1 22118705
8
3 21375905
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Description
Low Voltage Power Control CBA
#6-32 Keps Hex Nut
Power Inlet
Convenience Outlet
Electronic Components
Amplifier Assembly 40991404
1
2
3
7
4
5
6
Ref. Qty.
Part #
1
1 61200305
2
1 61200706
3
1 40983901
4
1 61200401
5
1 34104401
6
2 34104201
Description
Amplifier Cover
4-Channel Preamplifier CBA
500-Watt Amplifier
Amplifier Base
Amp Power Harness
Dual Binding Post
Ref. Qty.
Part #
Description
7
2 89281606 #4-24 x 3/8 Pan Head Screw
Components not shown above:
1 34104601 Audio In Harness
1 34104501 Audio Out Harness
1 34104701 Preamplifier Power Harness
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Accessories
Part Number
22118916
21958306
40846302
34037905
21121216
70004-1A
62009-A-LF
34024502
22324601
Description
Handy Pack (contains the following):
IR Transmitter
IR Receiver
IR Receiver Cable
Power Cord
2-Channel Remote Control
Remote Control Cable
Lock Bolt (Ace Lock)
Cable Retainer Bracket
22200862
89986124
ST-11327
Small Parts Kit (contains the following):
Screw, Lag 1/4 x 1-1/2” Hex Head
#8 x 1 1/2” Phillips Pan Head Screws for 2-Channel Remote
(4)
(2)
Optional Kits
26704801
22180806
22178504
26682503
26681501
02468
26679501
26679502
26679701
26679702
26679703
26695501
26695402
Kit – Router, Wireless
Kit – Output Transformers
Kit – Modem, Internal PCI-Ex
Kit – Money Meter
Kit – Special Event Switch
Kit – Wireless, RF Remote Control
Kit – Paging with Cable
Kit – Paging w/o Cable
Kit – 2nd Bill Acceptor (parts only - Bill Acceptor not included)
Kit – 2nd Bill Acceptor (includes CoinCo Bill Acceptor)
Kit – 2nd Bill Acceptor (includes MEI Bill Acceptor)
Kit – NGX Video
Kit – Video Marquee ,NGX Mini
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