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Some of the pictures in this manual are a bit irritating. I had to dissassemble the unit and some of the screws have different threads, which is not mentioned in this manual. Also some of the drawings of the boards look different than the actual boards.
After all, the manual was very useful. I was able to recalibrate the capstan drive and it is working fine again.
This manual is very good. 303 pages scanned in a very high resolution. My camera has bad, leaking capacitors which all of the V5000 models are suffering from these days.
There is a huge part list with all capacitors, transistors etc. in this manual which helped me a lot. Otherwise I would not have been able to buy replacement parts.
The dissassembly guide is very enormous and detailed. Unlike on the Panasonic MS1 manual I downloaded here it actually looks like the real parts look. And the screws are labeled correctly, so you shouldn't have any left after the repair. ;)
<DVD changer mechanism assembly>
Prior to performing the following procedure, remove the top cover and the DVD changer mechanism assembly.
DVD changer mechanism assembly
Removing the traverse mechanism control board (See Fig.17)
1. Disconnect the card wire from connector CN101 on the traverse mechanism control board on the bottom of the DVD changer mechanism assembly. 2. Remove the screw L attaching the traverse mechanism control board. Release the three parts e, f and g and remove the traverse mechanism control board.
Part g DVD traverse mechanism control board
Ejecting the DVD (See Fig.18 and 19) When the DVD is set or the traverse mechanism is up.
The DVD tray can not be ejected when the traverse mechanism is up.
Bringing down the traverse mechanism as shown in the Fig.20
1. The motor pulley and the belt can be seen on the front side of the changer. Turn the motor pulley clockwise until the belt stops. 2. Pull the tray lock lever on the left side of the changer and draw the DVD tray. 3. Draw the DVD tray 1 to 3 as above. Fig.18
Draw the DVD tray. Traverse mechanism As the motor pulley is turned, the traverse mechanism lowers.
Tray lock lever