WG K7000 Top Monitor Curl

EveningCommuter

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Alright peeps,

So I recently did a monitor swap and installed a new Wells Gardner 25" K7000. Before the monitor swap my previous monitor was lightly burnt and had a curl at the top of the monitor. I swapped it for the K7000 and I again received the same curl but smaller. What could be doing this? I have it connected to a MVS-2 Slot.

Anywhere I should start for troubleshooting?
 

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brad808

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Your h-hold looks fine. Try adjusting your vertical range limit. Look for a small potentiometer "vr9" 50-60hz.
 

Westcb

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Your h-hold looks fine. Try adjusting your vertical range limit. Look for a small potentiometer "vr9" 50-60hz.

This ^ that image is exactly what it looks like when this is not dialed in. Small turns either direction till it’s fixed.
 

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Alright peeps,

So I recently did a monitor swap and installed a new Wells Gardner 25" K7000. Before the monitor swap my previous monitor was lightly burnt and had a curl at the top of the monitor. I swapped it for the K7000 and I again received the same curl but smaller. What could be doing this? I have it connected to a MVS-2 Slot.

Anywhere I should start for troubleshooting?

That sign of the left says "Heroin Magic".

Carry on.
 

radiantsvgun

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Alright peeps,

So I recently did a monitor swap and installed a new Wells Gardner 25" K7000. Before the monitor swap my previous monitor was lightly burnt and had a curl at the top of the monitor. I swapped it for the K7000 and I again received the same curl but smaller. What could be doing this? I have it connected to a MVS-2 Slot.

Anywhere I should start for troubleshooting?

Yeah you need to adjust a seperate pot that’s on the chassis. You also should check your power supply too.
 

Westcb

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Wait so do I adjust the H Hold or Vertical Range?

He said your H hold was fine... he said adjust the 50-60hz pot on the chassis. I agreed with his statement. Is this a English is your second language situation? Just turn the pot till the curl subsides. Seen this happen on many Neos, just gotta dial it in and your all set.
 
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