Cheap parts available for AT&T 6300, AT&T 6300 monitor

From: Bill Dawson <>
Date: Thu Jun 22 19:31:41 2000

Wakeup call!

Haven't had any wanting the whole system or the monitor. It's parts

Does anyone need any spares for their AT&T 6300?

First the pictures, then the story:

I stopped in the local Hidden Treasures (actual name) store a couple of
weeks ago and noticed this on the shelf, minus keyboard. I've been a
regular visitor there for the last several years, and when I pointed out
to Terry, the new manager, that this system was kinda useless without
the AT&T keyboard, he told me to just take it, as in free, because it
was probably going to end up in the dumpster anyway since no one seemed
interested in it and this would save him the effort.

The power supply fan runs, and little else. No cursor, no boot, no
drive activity other than it initializing, no nothing, although the AT&T
monitor appears OK since when I turn off the system I get green all over
and retrace lines as the power collapses. Same if I unplug the monitor
when the system is powered up. The monitor is powered from the 6300 and
has a jumper from the PS to the video board, standard 6300.

Here's the parts available:

AT&T monitor, no screen burn, nice, cord storage in swivel base.

AT&T 6300, made in Italy:

PC1050 motherboard, markings of 0091-0-5-00 REV P4, AT&T 227692 T 10
CPU3 9/84, BIOS REV 1.21, FCC DVR7NICPU3; 8086-2 CPU, memory chips are
MOSTEK MK4564-N-15; OLIVETTI Video PCB, full length, markings of CRT
313M; OLIVETTI Bus converter; 5.25" floppy drive; power supply; etc.

This system is in very good to excellent condition. The computer is
dusty inside, but even the felt feet are still on it. The CRT case is
not yellowed. The story I got was that an elderly lady had donated it
to the store.

Cost is only 1.2 x shipping (cheapest way, unless specified
otherwise)for whatever assemblies you want from it.

Please email me off list and let me know what you need. FCFS

I'm offering this to the list because I have enough going on and enough
systems to restore to keep me busy for the next 10 years. Yes, I can
probably find a keyboard and can also likely fix it, but I don't see
anything wrong with some systems ending up as parts donors for others.

I'll post to the list on the status of this as necessary. For shipping
purposes, my zip is 15301.

Bill Dawson <>

Received on Thu Jun 22 2000 - 19:31:41 BST

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