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Attaching the pickup unit (See Figs. 7 and 8.)
[Reference] Refer to the explanation of "Removing the pickup unit" on the preceding page. 1. Attach the P.S. spring and rack plate to the pickup unit. 2. Insert the shaft into the pickup unit. 3. Engage the section f of the pickup unit with the traverse mechanism assembly first, and set the both ends of the shaft in the grooves g and h. 4. After making sure that the section j of the rack plate is meshed correctly with the middle gear, attach the shaft using the two screws E. Fig.7
Section j Groove g
Removing the traverse mechanism board (See Fig. 9.)
Remove the CD servo board. Remove the traverse mechanism assembly. 1. From the back side of the traverse mechanism assembly, disconnect the spindle motor wires and feed motor wires that are soldered on the traverse mechanism board. 2. Remove the two screws H attaching the traverse mechanism board.
Traverse mechanism assembly
Spindle motor Black Red Red Traverse mechanism board
Removing the feed motor (See Fig. 9.)
Remove the CD servo board. Remove the traverse mechanism assembly. 1. From the back side of the traverse mechanism assembly, disconnect the feed motor wires that are soldered on the traverse mechanism board. 2. Remove the two screws J attaching the feed motor.