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    jumpy graphics on slot1fz board.

    Ive recently started getting jumpy graphics and on and off sound with my neogeo board.

    anyone point me in the right direction,

    ive cleaned contacts and seems to have not improved situation,

    thanks

    dave

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    Check the ground connections out to the TV.
    https://basementbrothers.net/

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    Quote Originally Posted by alienkidmj12 View Post
    Ive recently started getting jumpy graphics and on and off sound with my neogeo board.

    anyone point me in the right direction,

    ive cleaned contacts and seems to have not improved situation,

    thanks

    dave
    if i leave iton long enough it seems to get better, still not 100% though.

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    is that link supposed to give guidance, it just shows games

    dave

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    Quote Originally Posted by alienkidmj12 View Post
    is that link supposed to give guidance, it just shows games

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    That's my signature. It's on all my posts. You should watch when you have time. Those videos take a lot of work.
    https://basementbrothers.net/

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    Check the voltage off the PSU and on the Jamma edge with a multimeter.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DasiyAge View Post
    Check the voltage off the PSU and on the Jamma edge with a multimeter.
    i have 2 psu, ive tried both in my arcadeforge super gun, one provides 4.85v, the other 5.05v, theres a little voltage display. same issue with both of them, graphics jumpy and sound seems to go off sometimes around the screen jumping.

    thanks

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    ground connectors ? the mvs board goes to an occs and then to a flat screen tv.

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    Quote Originally Posted by alienkidmj12 View Post
    ground connectors ? the mvs board goes to an occs and then to a flat screen tv.

    dave
    im getting the same voltage on the pads next to the caps and pot etc.

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    A video showing the problem would help.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shadowkn55 View Post
    A video showing the problem would help.
    i think somehow i switched this to non american when these are american carts, dear me, someone shoot me

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    Quote Originally Posted by alienkidmj12 View Post
    i think somehow i switched this to non american when these are american carts, dear me, someone shoot me
    What?
    https://basementbrothers.net/

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