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Another excellent buy! A fully readable PDF archive. Good prints!!
It is wonderful done!!! a great job in scanning the manual. Superior quality in all the electric scheme. Very understandable and net!!! Thank you!
muy buen manual por lo completo de este algunos esquemas estan muy divididos lo que hace algo dificil el seguimiento.
very good manual, with detail and clarity in esquematic diagrams and waveforms .
Very quality copy of original service manual, which contains the circuit diagrams, PCB and lists of components, well as recommendation for calibration procedures of device, also everything else, that need for repair, tuning and use this oscilloscope.
All presented copies have high-resolution, so you can view all in detail.
This manual will very useful for simple owners and for repairers.
I recommend these manual, because myself is owner of Philips PM3216 and I need sometimes servicing these oscilloscope (principally calibrating).
Also, these document is an example of excellent design of technical documentation.
1.5 DISASSEMBLY/ASSEMBLY OF 8 LOWER CASE ASSY When performing disassembly/assembly work to this model, the parts that are most complicated and require special attention are the E. VF UNIT and the OP MDA BOARD ASSY, OP BLOCK ASSY and SHOE ASSY, all of which are mounted inside the LOWER CASE ASSY. Care should be taken in handling these parts as they are mounted inside the LOWER CASE ASSY (except the E.VF UNIT) and there is a lack of adequate space to work conveniently. This section gives further details regarding the disassembly procedures, although they have been described in previous sections. 1. See Fig. 1-5-1. (1) While moving the ! MICROPHONE out of way, remove the screw (39) and take out the @ OP BLOCK ASSY. (2) Remove two screws (40, 41) and open the $ OP MDA BOARD ASSY.
41 (S 14 a) 40 (S 14 a) CN 13
(3) Remove two screws (42, 43) to disconnect the connector (CN203), then take out the FPC to remove the # E. VF UNIT. NOTE #a : Be careful not to damage the FPC or the
switches when carrying out this work.
2. See Fig. 1-5-2. (1) Remove the two screws (44, 45) in order to free the $ OP MDA board assembly. (2) Remove the two screws (46, 47) and take out the $ OP MDA BOARD ASSY together with the @ OP BLOCK ASSY and the % SHOE ASSY. NOTE@:
Be careful not to lose the KNOB(VIDEO/DSC), which may slip out during the disassembly.
(3) Disconnect the FPCs from the connectors on the @ OP BLOCK ASSY and the % SHOE ASSY.
NOTE 13 b 13
42 (S 13 a) 8 14 NOTE 13 a 43 (S 13 b)
11 NOTE 11
NOTE 13 a
OP MDA PWB SW
39 (S 12 )
46 (S 15 ) 47 (S 15 ) NOTE 15 15 12 KNOB (VIDEO /DSC) NOTE 12 CN 15 45 (S 14 b) CN 12 44 (S 14 b)
14 NOTE 14 b
Fig. 1-5-2 1-9