- BASIC OPERATIONS
- RADIO OPERATIONS
- Listening to the Radio
- Storing Stations in Memory
- FM Station Automatic Preset: SSM
- Manual Preset
- Tuning into a Preset Station
- Other Convenient Tuner Functions
- Scanning Broadcast Stations
- Selecting FM Reception Sound
- Changing the AM/FM Channel Intervals
- TAPE OPERATIONS
- SOUND ADJUSTMENTS
- Turning on/ off the Loudness Function
- Selecting Preset Sound Modes
- Adjusting the Sound
- Storing Your Own Sound Adjustments
- OTHER MAIN FUNCTIONS
- Setting the Clock
- Detaching the Control Panel
- CD CHANGER OPERATIONS
- Playing CDs
- Selecting CD Playback Modes
- To Extend the Lifetime of the Unit
- How to Reset Your Unit
- Safety Precaution
- Disassembly Method
- Adjustment Method
- Description of Major ICs
- Block Diagram
- Standard Schematic Diagrams
- Printed Circuit Boards
- Parts List
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For five bucks you can barely buy a hamburger. Or for the same five bucks you can buy a service manual. Much more useful. (and better for your health, depending on where you buy your hamburgers).
Yes, there are free manual sites out there, but if they don't have what you want, you have to pay.
And five bucks isn't much. Not for full specs, schematics and adjustment and parts replacement procedures.
My only criticism is that grayscale illustrations aren't well rendered, but I've seen worse.
Schematics and text are clear.
I'll be happy to purchase from here again.
Impressively thorough. Even the simple operators manual helped me "fix" one of the 2 CD players in the unit. This unit reads CD's from the top so they should be installed in the magazines "upside down" from typical CD players. The CD player service manual helped me unjam a stuck carriage because somebody transported the box laying down loaded with CD's. A little lens cleaning & the player now works well! Thanks for you help at a great price! Joe
I was skeptical at first but later found the manual to be good quality for the price. It took a couple hours to receive the email with the download link, well worth the wait. Thanks.
very helpful, I could not have cleaned motherboard and replaced the main fan without it
Good manual, schematics nice and clear with good quality scanning. Woul dhave been nice to have immediate access after purchasing though.
KS-F150 KS-FX12 Removing the Head Amplifier Board ( See Fig. 12 )
1. Removing the front chassis. 2. Removing the bottom cover. 3. Removing the heat sink. 4. Removing the main board assembly. 5. Removing the cassette mechanism. 6. Remove the screw ( 6 ) retaining the head amplifier board. 7. Shift the two inter rocking sections ( j ) securing the head amplifier board in the direction shown by the arrow "B" to remove the printed circuit board. 8. From the connector CJ901 on the head amplifier board from connector wire out going to the head relay board.
Head amplifier board B CJ901 j
To head relay board Fig. 12
Removing the Chassis Assembly ( See Fig. 13 and 14 )
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Removing the front chassis. Removing the bottom cover. Removing the heat sink. Removing the main board assembly. Removing the cassette mechanism.
C k Fig. 13 7
6. Removing the head amplifier board. 7. Turn the left side to cassette mechanism. 8. Remove the screw ( 7 ) retaining the relay board. 9. Shift the one inter rocking sections ( k ) securing the relay board in the direction shown by the arrow "C" to remove the printed circuit board. 10. Turn the back side down, remove the four screws ( 8 ) retaining the chassis assembly.
8 8 Chassis assembly 8
8 Fig. 14