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Replay Adjustment - Jac Van Ham of the Netherlands

Procedure to adjustreplay levels on Jac Van Ham of the Netherlands tables

Posted by ta2686 on Apr 17 2013 10:47 PM
Here is the procedure to set replay levels on Jac Van Ham of the Netherlands tables:
IMPORTANT:  Make sure you have the jvh.vbs script in your tables folder in order for this procedure to work. It is found either in the table zip file for the table listed below or in the latest release of the vbs script files.
 
1.Press 7 to enter test mode
 
2. Continue to press 7 until you see 5 in the match/ball in play display
 
3. Press and release the 1 key to zero out the value.  (Note: You may already have zero as the value, but you still must perform this step)
 
4. Press and hold the 1 key until you reach the score you want to set it to. Score will increment by 100,000 points while you are holding the 1 key. Release the 1 key when you have reached the score you want
 
5. Press 7 to see 6 in the match/ball in play display
 
6. Repeat steps 3 and 4 to set the second replay level
 
7. Press 7 to see 7 in the match/ball in play display
 
8. Repeat steps 3 and 4 to set the third replay level
 
9. Press 7 to see 8 in the match/ball in play display
 
10. Repeat steps 3 and 4 to set the high game to date
 
11. Either continue to press 7 until the match/ball in play display goes blank or press F3 to save your changes and reset the table
 
(NOTE: If you want to disable a replay level, set it to zero. However, if you set the first replay level to zero, then all replay levels are disabled.)
 
(FYI: In my tests, after you have achieved a high score, if you try to zero out the high score, the value for the high game to date is set to zero for option 8, but when you go to attract mode the old high game to date still shows.)
 
This procedure should work for the following tables:
 
Jac Van Ham tables:
Escape
 
More tables will be added once they are emulated and released