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Wells Gardner K4601 Repair

The Frogger at Flynn’s needs a monitor while I reflow and cap the current one in there. The current one has the jitters and is starting to get some curl as well.  I found a K4601 monitor that had a broken neck with a chassis. I then found a K4601 monitor with no chassis. I removed the chassis from the broken monitor and reflowed cold solder joints on the chassis, x/y paddle board and the neck board. I reinstalled the chassis on the unbroken monitor and hooked it up to another Frogger for testing and it had a good picture. This will hopefully be installed into the Frogger at Flynn’s tomorrow. I included pictures of the broken tube on the neck board, cracked solder joints, repaired solder joints and the monitor running after the repair. 

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