Wells Gardner K4800 Monitor Cap Kit

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Feb 262013
 

I worked out that my Baby Pacman monitor was a Wells Gardner 2061433-40 (K4800). I’ve found various people advertising cap kits in the US but nothing in the UK. So I decided to write a list of capacitors that would be included in the kit, so I can source these individually in the UK. Hopefully this information will also be useful to others:

1000uf 16V Electrolytic (position C201)
470uf 16V Electrolytic (position C205)
330uf 16V Electrolytic (position C301)
2.2uf 50V Electrolytic (position C303)
3.3uf 50v Electrolytic (position C308)
10uf 50V Electrolytic (position C310)
10uf 160V Electrolytic (position C311)
47uf 160V Electrolytic (position C313)
1uf 50V Electrolytic (position C315, C351 and C373) x3
47uf 25V Electrolytic (position C352 and C354) x2
22uf 25V Electrolytic (position C366)
560uf 200V Electrolytic (position C505)
22uf 160V Electrolytic (position C506)
47uf 160V Electrolytic (position C507)
1000uf 25V Electrolytic (position C701)
10uf 100V Electrolytic (position C702)
22uf 100V Electrolytic (position C706)

Feb 192013
 

I’ve been waiting for some supplies from the US for my Baby Pacman arcade game, and they’ve arrived today:

This includes replacement:

Cabinet side art
Control panel artwork
Spinner decals
Pinball drop targets
Pinball rubbers
Rubber post caps

and I sourced a couple of things from the UK:

Lamps
Wax
and of course, the most important thing….brand new balls!

Looking forward to knocking the cabinet into shape over the coming weeks/months

US supplies

US supplies

Baby Pacman now fairly empty

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Feb 172013
 

I’ve now removed 95% of the components inside the Baby Pacman. I just need to remove the locks, buttons and monitor frame and I can make a start on restoring the cabinet

I came across some concerning things as I removed the parts. The monitor was held onto the cabinet with a single screw, that was incredibly loose. I’m very surprised the monitor hadn’t previously fallen out of the cabinet.

Also the Anode cap, on the back of the monitor, looked damaged and was literally hanging off the monitor loose!

Empty Baby Pacman Front

Empty Baby Pacman Front

Empty Baby Pacman Back

Empty Baby Pacman Back