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Great tape deck manual!
I'm very positively surprised, because it is a very long manual, lot of pages, drawings, diagrams, description of how to make the alignment and adjustment procedures.
It is as good as the old "Naka" manuals from the 1970's - if somebody have seen them, they know what I mean by that.
I recommend to buy this very much !
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Detailed schematic diagram, manual for professionals
Good service manual,exploded view,adjusment and test point locations,head alignment,mechanical checks and adjusments,all perfect.
2. CD MECHANISM SECTION
Perform steps 1 to 3, 14 of the disassembly method to remove the CD mechanism.(see page 3-3,3-4)
Stop Washer (A3) x1 Optical Pickup CD Mechanism (A1) x2 Ã¸2.6 x5mm
2.1. How to remove the Optical Pickup (See Fig. 1)
1. Remove the screws (A1) x 2 pcs and shaft (A2) x 1 pc. 2. Remove the stop washer (A3) x 1 pc and gear (A4) x 1 pc. 3. Remove the optical pickup. NOTE: After pulling out the optical pickup connector, wrap the tip of it with conductive aluminium foil or the like to protect the optical pickup from the static electricity.
Shaft (A2) x1 Gear (A4) x1
2.2. How to remove CD Disc (See Fig. 2~6)
1. When CD is at play position, rotate reduction gear C clock-wise as shown in Figure 2 until disk tray is at â€˜STOCKâ€™ position, then rotate the gear further to eject the disk tray (Figure 6) so that CD can be removed from the tray. 2. In another case, if CD mechanism is at tray No. 1 play position and to remove CD located in tray No. 3, the procedure is as follows: If the gear up down board is located at tray No. 1 position, then rotate Reduction gear C clock-wise until Disc tray is at â€˜STOCKâ€™ position. Rotate reduction gear D clock-wise (Figure 3) to move the CD mechanism to tray No. 3 position. This is confirmed by checking the gear up down board position base on the marking as indicated on the main chassis as shown in Figure 4. â€¢ Usually changer is covered with top plate. As for reference purpose, we exclude the top plate for easy viewing. (Figure 5,6)
Reduction gear C
Disc Tray Guide Tray CD Disc
Reduction gear D
CD At 'PLAY' position. CD Disc
Gear up down board
CD At 'STOCK' position.
Mark 1 Mark 3 Mark 5 (DISC 1) (DISC 3) (DISC 5) Mark 2 Mark 4 (DISC 2) (DISC 4)
Remove CD from tray. Tray eject
Figure 4 Figure 6