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Replay Adjustment - Williams System 7

The procedure to change the replay levels on Williams System 7 tables.

Posted by ta2686 on Oct 10 2012 12:58 PM
ROM adjustments
Here is the procedure to change the replay levels on Williams System 7 tables:

1. Press 9 to enter diagnostic mode. The displays should go blank when you enter this mode.

2. Press 8 to enter test mode.

3. Press 7 and then press 8 to see 01 in the credit display.

4. Continue to press 8 until you see 04 in the credit display and 13 in the match/ball in play display.

5. Press and hold the 1 key to change the high score to date. Score will increment by 100,000 points while you are holding in the 1 key. When you reach the score you want to set it to, release the 1 key. (NOTE: If you want to lower the value in the high score to date, or if you pass the value you wanted, release the 1 key, press and release the 7 key and then press and hold the 1 key. The score will then decrement by 100,000 points while you are holding in the 1 key)

6. Press 8 to see 14 in the match/ball in play display. Note that if you had pressed the 7 key in the previous step, you will need to press the 7 key before pressing the 8 key, otherwise you will go to the previous setting.

7. Repeat step 5 to change the first replay level.

8. Press 8 to see 15 in the match/ball in play display.

9. Repeat step 5 to change the second replay level.

10. Press 8 to see 16 in the match/ball in play display.

11. Repeat step 5 to change the third replay level.

12. Press 8 to see 17 in the match/ball in play display

13. Repeat step 5 to change the fourth replay level.

14. Press F3 to save your changes and reset the table. (NOTE: If you want to reset the high score to date to the value you set in menu option 13, press the 6 key while in attract mode,)


(NOTE: If you want to disable any of the replay levels in options 14-17. set that option to zero.)

This procedure should work for the following tables:

Williams System 7 tables:

Black Knight, Black Knight Limited Edition, Jungle Lord, Pharaoh, Solar Fire, Barracora, Hyperball, Cosmic Gunfight, Warlok, Defender, Time Fantasy, Joust, Firepower II, Laser Cue, Star Light

This procedure should also work for the video cabinet pinball game Varkon.