(Topic ID: 7820)

Looking for a Williams Flashlamp Resistor PC Board Assembly, p/n D-11814-552

By SpaceStationCH

10 years ago

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#1 10 years ago

Hi folks,

Just got a Williams Space Station and was wondering why the flashers do not work... found the Flashlamp Resistor PC Board Assembly is missing.

I did not find one picture of the board on the www. So, I wonder if anybody has a board to sell, or if one could take a couple of detailed pictures from front and back of the board? I would then reproduce one myself.

Thanks and greetings from Switzerland


#2 10 years ago

Do they look like these guys at the bottom left? If so, I have 4 extras.

Note: There's a white resistor missing in these pictures but the extras have them. (removed to allow use of LED flashers)

Edit: Removed picture. Sorry just looked at your manual, that's a whole giant board you're missing there. Guess Williams made some changes in those 3 years. Good luck.

#3 10 years ago

Thanks for the swift reply!

Somebody in a German forum told me the following, which I want to share:

The part number of the thing is D-11814-552, with 552 being the game specific element of the part number, representing what resistors/values are configured on the board.
Just googled D-11814 and found this: http://www.ksarcade.net/resistor-pc-board-assembly-d-11814-564.html - exchanging resistors won't be a problem .

Anybody with a picture on how the thing is connected inside the space station's cabinet?



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