Congratulations on getting your new Arcade1Up machine. These arcade machines are a great addition to any game room, but they must be assembled first. You can watch the video below to follow along if you want to see how to assemble your Arcade1Up machine.
Insert 4 wood dowels (part a) into the inner holes of part "G".
Part A: Insert panel "G" into panel "D", aligning the dowels into holes in panel "D"
Part B: Insert 2 screws (part b) through panel "D" and screw until tight into panel "G"
Insert 4 wood dowels (part a) into outer holes in both "K"s and "L" boards
Part A: Insert "K" & "L" boards into panel "D" and screw in boards with one "B" screw
Part B: Attached part "J" to panel "D" see video for orintation of part "J"
Attach 4 brackets (part f) to the back of the LCD frame
Part A: Flip built panels over (see video part 6)
Part B: Insert the LCD frame (part a) into the slot of panel "D"
Part C: Screw in 4 screws (part c)
Part A: Insert 10 wood dowels into the marquee (part m) and part "B"
Part B: Attach bracket (part f) to part "B" using 2 screws (part c)
Part C: Attach the marquee (part m) to part "B" using 2 screws (part c)
Part D: Attach the assembled marquee with speakers into panel "D"
Insert panel H into panel "D" slot, making sure panel "H" notches in the marquee (part B) slot
Slide logo panel "I" into straight groove and panel "N" into the shorter angled groove
Part A: Attach part "J" to panel "E"
Part B: Lay side panel "E" on top, and insert the panel into all dowels. Helpful Tip
Part C: Using "B" screws, insert and screw side panel "E" securely down
Part A: Stand your Arcade1Up machine upright
Part B: Insert 2 "C" screws for each f bracket screw
Insert 1 "B" screw into panel "D"
Remove protective film from the LCD
Part A: Connect ribbon cable from LCD to the control panel
Part B: complete joystick installation
Part C: Using 4 "B" screws attach the control deck to parts "J"
Plug in the sound, light and power into the LCD back box
Insert other end of cord "X" into lower hole on the back panel "F"
Using 3 "E" screws, attach the back panel
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