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Author Topic: Can't seem to find any info on the Wells 19K7302.  (Read 3946 times)

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Can't seem to find any info on the Wells 19K7302.
« on: January 22, 2007, 06:07:13 pm »
I snagged a couple of monitors that needed a little TLC.  I'd originally gone there for the K4600, which had some Galaga burn-in that may be negateable when on or behind smoked glass, and a 19K7302 with no burn-in.  The owner was in the middle of a move and he wasn't even sure that there was much wrong with the 19K7302.  I can find manuals out the wahzoo for the K4600, but I can't find a thing for the 19K7302.  Does this fall into a particular series so I can use the schematics and manuals of another model that has readily-available tech doc scans, or am I stuck having to buy a service manual?  He snagged one from atop one of the monitors, but he was up on his stuff, whereas I'm still on the n00b side.

Any help would be appreciated, because I can't find anything on the monitor here or anywhere else.

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Re: Can't seem to find any info on the Wells 19K7302.
« Reply #1 on: January 22, 2007, 06:45:12 pm »
K7300 was used on the short-lived Pinball 2000 series pins from Williams.  Does this have what appears to be a VGA connector on it?

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Re: Can't seem to find any info on the Wells 19K7302.
« Reply #2 on: January 22, 2007, 07:39:06 pm »
Telephone the parts department at Wells-gardner and order the following:

# 069X2896-100 Product manual for 19K7300 series

A "product Manual" is what Wells calls a service manual (includes the schematics)


Your monitor is part of the 7300 series

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Re: Can't seem to find any info on the Wells 19K7302.
« Reply #3 on: January 23, 2007, 11:14:07 am »
K7300 was used on the short-lived Pinball 2000 series pins from Williams.  Does this have what appears to be a VGA connector on it?

Yeah, that was about the most I've been able to find out about it.  I'll have to double check on the DE-15, but I think it was there.  It was just one of those spur of the moment purchase that I had to drive to the next city to make after working late.  I've been so tied up with the holidays, inventory on top of my regular duties at work (two days off total in December), and trying to write a novel that they went in the garage and haven't been touched since.  I'll give it a look when I get home. 

The 4600 I know will need some work, but he wasn't sure about the 7300.  I think he may have picked it up the same way I did and didn't even get to touch it. :dunno

Ken, thanks for the part number on the manual.  Any idea what they charge for hardcopies on the obsoletes?


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Re: Can't seem to find any info on the Wells 19K7302.
« Reply #4 on: January 23, 2007, 12:52:12 pm »
I think the manual costs around $20. I have written a copyrighted repair guide for this model. Shoot me an email if you want a copy.
« Last Edit: January 23, 2007, 01:12:05 pm by Ken Layton »

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Re: Can't seem to find any info on the Wells 19K7302.
« Reply #5 on: January 23, 2007, 03:58:53 pm »
I think the manual costs around $20. I have written a copyrighted repair guide for this model. Shoot me an email if you want a copy.

Just point it at the address in my profile.  Thanks alot!

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Re: Can't seem to find any info on the Wells 19K7302.
« Reply #6 on: January 24, 2007, 11:22:33 am »
You have mail. :)

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Re: Can't seem to find any info on the Wells 19K7302.
« Reply #7 on: January 24, 2007, 11:37:56 am »
You have mail. :)

 :notworthy:  Thanks a bunch, Ken!

And to answer your question, Peale, it looks like the connector is AWOL.  I don't know if it was hacked out or if the cable that led to the connector plugged into the Molex that's dangling from the wires.

All in all, the thing is clean to the point of looking new.  I might have lucked out.  Only time will tell.

Thanks for reminding me of why I love this community so much.

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Re: Can't seem to find any info on the Wells 19K7302.
« Reply #8 on: January 24, 2007, 11:56:11 am »
If the 7300 series is dead, replace all the components I list under the no power up symptom.

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Re: Can't seem to find any info on the Wells 19K7302.
« Reply #9 on: January 24, 2007, 12:06:49 pm »
If the 7300 series is dead, replace all the components I list under the no power up symptom.

Will do.  Nice guide, by the way.  To the point and no extra fat. :applaud:

I got to looking at the 4600 and the burn-in may be worse than I thought.  The owner said that it would power up but the display would get screwy, maybe even losing picture.  I wish I could remember exactly what he said, but it was such a screwed up period of time.  So, I may see if I can get it up and running for the sake of experience and hang on to it for a later tube swap or sell off the chassis.

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Re: Can't seem to find any info on the Wells 19K7302.
« Reply #10 on: January 27, 2007, 06:06:43 pm »
Try this site, I did not see 7302, but did see 7203.
http://www.americangaminginc.com/technical


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Re: Can't seem to find any info on the Wells 19K7302.
« Reply #11 on: January 29, 2007, 06:47:27 pm »
American Gaming's Short Form Buyer's Guide which I downloaded has the parts listing manual (this is the manual that usually comes with the monitor) included for the 19K7203 as well as many others including the D9200, D9100, U3000, etc.  No schematics, but it has the picture showing the major controls and a detailed listing of all the parts and their part #'s and values.  If you D/L the catalog, the Wells Info is back around page 100 or so and goes on for quite a few pages.  May not help you diagnose, but if you've got a fried part and need to know what to replace it with, this could help quite a bit.
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Re: Can't seem to find any info on the Wells 19K7302.
« Reply #12 on: February 06, 2007, 11:54:29 am »
Try this site, I did not see 7302, but did see 7203.
http://www.americangaminginc.com/technical


Good Luck

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American Gaming's Short Form Buyer's Guide which I downloaded has the parts listing manual (this is the manual that usually comes with the monitor) included for the 19K7203 as well as many others including the D9200, D9100, U3000, etc.  No schematics, but it has the picture showing the major controls and a detailed listing of all the parts and their part #'s and values.  If you D/L the catalog, the Wells Info is back around page 100 or so and goes on for quite a few pages.  May not help you diagnose, but if you've got a fried part and need to know what to replace it with, this could help quite a bit.

Sorry guys, I hadn't checked back on this topic since my last post.  Thanks for the additional info!

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Re: Can't seem to find any info on the Wells 19K7302.
« Reply #13 on: January 04, 2020, 12:43:05 pm »
I think the manual costs around $20. I have written a copyrighted repair guide for this model. Shoot me an email if you want a copy.


Do you mind if I snag a copy from you as well? I seem to be on the same boat. :(