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This Service manual is very well scanned and its clean to read, no any anti-theft words that un-english could understand. I got my CCD600 working with this manual and it´s clear shematics :)
I was very pleased with the service provided and was surprised at how good the quality was of the manual. I thought it may be a third generation copy or so, but it is as good as the websites that charge 3 times this much. I repair some electronics for family and friends without charge, so this is perfect for me. Thank you very much.
The service was great and the document was also great. Highly recommend!!!!
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I needed a service manual as the display on my oscilloscope was very dim. I thought I'd give owner-manuals.com a try, as they advertised a huge number of manuals. Sure enough they had one listed. I bought it hoping it would be useful... actually, I bought it hoping it would be readable! I've had manuals from online sources in the past, and been very disappointed. Not this time! An excellent manual, complete, and very readable. Using it I fixed my 'scope, and as such the manual was an investment that paid off manyfold. Do I have any complaints? One very minor one - The circuit diagrams could have been scanned at a higher resolution, as some of the details were a little difficult to make out - not impossible, just not as easy as my old eyes would like! Overall, I'm very satisfied with my manual, and I will certainly be using this company again. Well done.
I Have looked for this manual for quiet a while now, I have finally found it here. I believe this is the only place they have them in a very nice scan, pages are very clear to read, some of the pages are a bit tilted but overall it is great to have this manual available for purchase. Thanks
Removing the main board
(See Fig. 14)
Prior to performing the following procedure, remove the metal cover, CD changer unit and rear panel.
CW101 CW109 CW110 Main board Heat sink PW103
1. Disconnect the card wire from the connector CW101, and the harness from the connector CW108, CW109, CW110 and CW11, and the power cord from the connector PW103 on the main board. 2. Disconnect the harness from the connector PCW1 on the fuse board. 3. Remove the screw G attaching the main board to the front panel assembly. (See Fig.9) 4. Remove the two screws O attaching the heat sink to the bottom chassis.
PW102 Bottom chassis Power supply board
CW11 Power cord Power cord stopper
Removing the power cord
(See Fig. 14)
Power ICs solder point Heat sink
Prior to performing the following procedure, remove the metal cover, CD changer unit and rear panel. 1. Disconnect the power cord from the connector PW103 on the main board and pull up the power cord stopper upward.
Amp. board (reverse side)
Removing the power ICs (See Fig.15 and 16)
Prior to performing the following procedure, remove the metal cover, CD changer unit and heat sink & amp. board. 1. Unsolder the power ICs solder points. 2. Remove the four screws P attaching the power ICs to the heat sink.
Removing the power transformer (See Fig .17)
Prior to performing the following procedure, remove the metal cover, CD changer unit and heat sink & amp. board. 1. Disconnect the harness from the connector PW102 on the power supply board. 2. Disconnect the harness from the connector PCW1 on the fuse board. 3. Remove the four screws Q attaching the power transformer on the bottom chassis.
Fuse board PCW1
Power supply board