This scanned manual is well done in that most all the pages except for one is straight and clear- the way I would do them. One page was upside down but that happens. For the money that is charged on this site you get a pretty good deal. Now with complex repairs, I still prefer to us paper manuals which I have to buy at stereomanuals but the one I got here was much less than the $45 he was charging but this is a larger than normal manual for three different units. I am a picky manual user because I have used original manuals from Sony and Teac.
Acurate informations inside the SM and I could repair my old Sansui SC-3330 without any problems. Thanks.
Text excerpt from page 4 (click to view)
< Main body> Removing the top cover (See Fig.1)
1. Remove the four screws A on both side of the body. 2. Remove the two screws B on the back of the body. 3. Lift up the rear part of the top cover while pulling the lower part of the sides, then detach upward.
Removing the rear panel (See Fig.2)
Prior to performing the following procedure, remove the top cover. 1. Remove the seven screws C body. on the back of the