Superb rendition. Drawings (schematics) complete and unabridged. I do a great deal of vintage audio restoration. Documentation is essential for successful repairs. I have found sources over the years that offer good documentation, but rarely all that is necessary. Owner's Manuals has filled that void with complete and legible documentation. They have narrowed my "favorites" to a more manageable collection. This Denon manual in particular contained the latest revisions level, and offered alterations favorable to updating the item. The Illustrated Parts Breakdown (IPB) was well enough detailed to simplify part symbols and physical locations. You will not be disappointed!
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Removing the front panel unit (See Fig.1)
1. Press the release button and remove the front panel unit in the direction of the arrow.
Removing the front chassis (See Fig.2)
1. Insert a screwdriver to the joints a on the side of the front chassis and two joints b on the right side, then detach the front chassis toward the front side.
Front chassis Fig.2
Removing the heat sink (See Fig.3)
1. Remove the three screws A attaching the heat sink on the left side of the body, and remove the heat sink.
Heat sink Fig. 3
Removing the bottom cover (See Fig.4)
1. Turn the body upside down. 2. Insert a screwdriver to the two joints c and two joints d on both sides of the body and the joint e on the back of the body, then detach the bottom cover from the body.