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Removing the metal cover (See Fig.1)
1. Remove the three screws A attaching the metal cover on the back of the body. 2. Remove the six screws B attaching the metal cover on both sides of the body. 3. Remove the metal cover from the body by lifting the rear part of the cover. ONE POINT How to eject the CD tray (see fig.2) Although it will end if the OPEN/CLOSE button is pushed when a power supply can be taken, when that is not right, CD tray will be opened manually. Turn the loading pulley gear at the bottom of the CD changer unit as shown in Fig.2 and draw the CD tray toward the front.
Loading pulley gear (See <CD changer unit>fig.1)
Removing the CD tray fitting (See Fig. 3)
Prior to performing the following procedure, eject the CD tray. 1. After drawing the lower part of the tray fitting toward the front, remove the five claws. Then, while moving the tray fitting upward, remove it.
CD tray fitting
Removing the CD changer unit (See Fig.4 to 7)
Prior to performing the following procedure, remove the metal cover and CD tray fitting. 1. Remove the card wire attached to CD changer unit on the adhesion tape.
2. Disconnect the card wire from the connector CW105 on the CD board. 3. Disconnect the harness from the connector RCW6 on the main board and CW107 on the CD board.
4. Remove the two screws C attaching the CD changer unit to the rear panel. 5. Remove the two screws D attaching the CD changer unit to both sides of the front panel assembly. 6. Draw the CD changer unit upward from behind while pulling the rear panel outward. 1-6
CD changer unit