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Jungle King Pinout

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Following are the pinouts for Jungle King/Hunt.
submitted by Kerry A. Stillinger



			Connector T
	component               solder
	---------               ------
	ground           1  A   ground
	ground           2  B   ground
	ground           3  C   ground
	ground           4  D   ground
	NC               5  E   NC
	NC               6  F   NC
	key              7  H   key
	NC               8  J   NC
	NC               9  K   NC
	NC              10  L   NC
	NC              11  M   NC
	NC              12  N   NC
	NC              13  P   NC
	NC              14  R   NC
	+5              15  S   +5
	+5              16  T   +5
	+5              17  U   +5
	+5              18  V   +5
	

			Connector H
		pin             Definition
		---             ----------
		 1              Ground
		 2              Ground
		 3              Ground
		 4              Ground
		 5              +5
		 6              +5
		 7              +5
		 8              -5(not used)
		 9              +12(unreg)
		10              Key
		11              +12
		12              +12

			
			Connector G
		component               solder
		---------               ------
		ground       1    a     ground
		red          2    b     video ground
		green        3    c     blue
		sync         4    d
		speaker+     5    e     speaker-
		KEY          6    f     KEY
		Master reset 7    h
		coin 2       8    j     coin 1
		counter 2    9    k     counter 1
		lockout 2   10    l     lockout 2
		service     11    m     tilt
		1P start    12    n     2P start
		1P up       13    p     2P up
		1P down     14    r     2P down
		1P left     15    s     2P left
		1P right    16    t     2P right
			    17    u
			    18    v
			    19    w
			    20    x
		1P push 1   21    y     2P push 1
		1P push 2   22    z     2P push 2

	     * Master reset needs to be tied low AT the board
	       (it may be routed through an inverter on the RF board)
					   




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