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This is the correct service manual of SHARP RX-100H(BK) DAT.
The ervice manual for my 1982 Kenwood KR-1000 receiver is great! Full detail on all circuits with part number detail. I will definately be ordering more manuals for my other vintage equipment! Order was fulfilled quickly! Very efficient ordering process! Thnaks for your help! Great site!
Everything in the manual was excellent except for a couple of pictures of specific areas in the unit that were a little dark. Owners Manuals re-sent the pdf file & the problem was corrected. Excellent product! George
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This is the original manufacturers service manual, with detailed info on the circit boards, explosion drawings of all parts in assembly order, and tuning instructions. The only thing missing is the information on the dimensions of the various drive belts. mail me if you need them. gcrossman_at_aol.com
SETTING THE CLOCK PREPARATION FOR USE
1 Press ON/STAND-BY switch to enter the stand-by mode.
Press CLOCK button. Replace the batteries if control distance decreases or oper(0:00) system. Within 3 seconds, press the MEMORY/SET button. Notes concerning use: In this example, clock is set for the 24-hour
Exposing sensor on the main unit to strong light may in"0:00" â The 24-hour display will appear. terfere with operation. Change lighting or the direction of 0.2 6 m (8" 20') "AM 0:00" â The 12-hour display will appear. Keep the remote control away from moisture, excessive heat,
ON/ display. STAND-BY
4 Press TUNING/TIME ( or ) button to select time and sensor on the main unit with a soft cloth.
ation becomes erratic. Periodically clean transmitter LED on the remote control
CLOCK (0:00 23:59) the unit.
MEMORY/ (AM 0:00 PM 11:59) shock, and vibrations. SET "AM 12:00" â The 12-hour display will appear. 1
(AM 12:00 PM 11:59) Press the MEMORY/SET button. ( )
5 6 Press TUNING/TIME ( or ) button to adjust the hour. 2 7 Press the MEMORY/SET button.
Press ON/STAND-BY (POWER) switch to enter the standtions:Reset microcomputer under the following condiPress TUNING/TIME ( o r ) button to adjust the minutes. Press TUNING/TIME button once to advance the time by 1 hour. Press for more than 0.5 seconds to advance continuously. When the 12-hour display is selected, "AM" will change automatically to "PM".
RESETTING THE MICROCOMPUTER
3 8 1 4
0:00 AM 12:00
The clock starts operating from "0" seconds. (Seconds are not displayed.) Note: is disconnected, the clock display will go out. When AC power supply is restored, the clock display will flash on and off to indicate time when the power failure If this happens follow procedure below to change the clock time.
Press button for at least 0.5 seconds to change time To erase all of the stored memory contents (clock in 5 minute intervals. timer settings, tuner and CD presets). Press and hold down VOLUME button, the The hour setting will even if minutes advance If display is not correct. button and ON/STAND-BY (POWER) switch all at the from "59" to "00". same time. Hold them for at least 1 second. If the operation is not correct.
5 9 Press the MEMORY/SET button.
To change the clock time: 8
6 In event of a failure or when the AC power lead
7 occurred or when the AC power lead was disconnected.
1 Press the MEMORY/SET button. 2 Perform steps 6 9 above. 9 1 Press the CLOCK button. 2 Within 3 seconds, press the MEMORY/SET button. 3 Perform steps 6 9 above.
To see time display: (When the power is ON)
Press the CLOCK button. The time display will appear for about 3 seconds. When the ON/STAND-BY switch is set to ON.
When the ON/STAND-BY switch is set to STAND-BY.
To switch the time display mode:
1 Press ON/STAND-BY switch to enter the stand-by mode. 2 Press and hold down VOLUME button, the
button and ON/STAND-BY switch all at the same time. Hold them for at least 2 second. (Refer to RESETTING THE MICROCOMPUTER on page 16.)
3 Perform steps 1 9 above.
Note: The operation explained above will erase all data stored in memory, such as clock timer settings, tuner and CD presets.