Sega Transformers DLX

    This site uses cookies. By continuing to browse this site, you are agreeing to our Cookie Policy.

    • Sega Transformers DLX

      Anyone know if the master key that opens the coin box on the Transformers DLX will also open the Ringedge2 access cover?

      I can open the coin box, but am struggling to open the access panel to get at the electronics. No markings or code on the lock.
    • I managed to avoid drilling.

      For anyone else ever in this situation, there is a fan vent cover just above the lock. You can slowly remove the 4 screws by applying outward pressure on the grill (I used a flat blade screwdriver).
      This stops the internal nuts from spinning. It's a slow process, but eventually you can remove 3 screws and swing the fan off to the side.

      Once the cover is open, I used an 11mm open spanner to remove the lug from the lock. This requires doing it by touch, but once you get it loose it's pretty easy.

      When the lug drops off you can remove the panel and gain access. No harm done.

      Now to replace the lock with a new one that I have a key for :)
    • This morning the RE2 in this refused to power on.

      I figured the battery might be flat, so I removed it, but the meter says its putting out 3.0V.
      I then followed the manual to do the battery replacement procedure.

      Still won't power on. There's a green LED on the motherboard that's lit up, so I figured its getting power.
      Just to be sure I swapped out the delta PSU with a known working one.
      Still won't power on.

      I've tried unplugging everything except power.

      The fans don't spin.

      Can anyone think of anything else to get it going?
    • doozer wrote:

      This morning the RE2 in this refused to power on.

      I figured the battery might be flat, so I removed it, but the meter says its putting out 3.0V.
      I then followed the manual to do the battery replacement procedure.

      Still won't power on. There's a green LED on the motherboard that's lit up, so I figured its getting power.
      Just to be sure I swapped out the delta PSU with a known working one.
      Still won't power on.

      I've tried unplugging everything except power.

      The fans don't spin.

      Can anyone think of anything else to get it going?
      Good day. When you changed the lock, you could not accidentally touch something, or did the bolt hit the board? I had this situation when I was changing the battery. After reconnecting to the network, the device started itself