Seeburg Black and Gray Boxes Book

The Seeburg Black and Gray Boxes Book by Anthony Miller


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The Black and Gray boxes were introduced with the LS3 Apollo of 1969, and lasted through eight years and eleven models of 160-selection machines, ending with the STD4 Mardi Gras of 1977.

Seeburg never published any in-depth service information on these boxes, since they were to be returned to the factory for service. Well folks, the factory no longer exists, so if you have one of these, this is the book you need! Here is a complete description of how they work, including simplified logic and timing diagrams of each of the three custom chips (two in the black box, and one in the gray box). Even included is pricing board setup information, for any machines still using coins.

Also: foldout copies of each of the five board schematics (three in the Black box, two in the Gray), explanations of the power supply, buffer board, scan start board (all of these are located in the Digital Control Center), the DEC (Digital Electronic Consolette), mechanism trip circuit, and a complete step-by-step troubleshooting procedure to find where the problem in your machine lies. New for the 3rd edition is a chapter on the Seeburg Remote Translator (SRT1), an optional accessory used to permit the SC, SCH Consolettes and 3W1-series wallboxes to work with these machines.

There is a semiconductor cross-reference guide for all semiconductors used on all boards, plus component and circuit locators for the boards used inside each box.

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