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Very good copy in a 54 pages PDF archive. This is my sixth purchase here. :)
Another excellent buy! File too clear and explanatory.
A manual hard to find. It was very helpful to restore my device.
I am very grateful for this manual. Without it could not repair my receiver.
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Removing the power board (See Figs. 16 and 17.)
Remove the left and right side panels. 1. Disconnect the wires from the connector CN901 on the power board. 2. Remove the tie bands bundling the wires. 3. Remove the screw M retaining the lug wire. 4. Remove the two screws N retaining the chassis . 5. Remove the power board by pinching the two studs retaining the power board using radio pliers, etc.
Chassis Lug wire Main board
CN901 Stud Tie bands
Radio pliers, etc.
Power board Stud
Removing the main board (See Figs. 18 and 19.)
Fig.17 Remove the left and right side panels. Remove the top cover. Remove the front panel assembly. Remove the CD mechanism assembly. 1. From the inside of the rear panel, remove the five screws P retaining the bracket. 2. Remove the two screws Q retaining the speaker terminal of the main board. 3. Remove the solder from the soldered part e that attaches the FM antenna wire to the antenna board. 4. Remove the three screws R retaining the rear panel, then remove the rear panel. 5. From the top side of the main body, remove the screw S retaining the bracket of the main board. 6. Remove the screw T retaining the regulator IC(IC302). 7. Remove the tie bands bundling the wires. 8. Disconnect the wire from the connector CN901 on the power board. 9. Remove the stud on the main board, and then take out the main board from the chassis.
Soldered part e Heat sink
Regulator IC Main board FM antenna wire (IC302) Antenna board T Stud
Power board Bracket Power transformer Tie bands
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