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Very complete and well reading drawings. Documentation is essential for successful repairs.Good documentation, with all that is necessary. This manual was what I was waiting with all the information necessary for the repairing I need it for. You must buy it if you want to do repairs or simply understand how it works.
Excellent service manual includes everything is need to repair this radio-caseete, how to disassemble, wiring diagram, all , waiting time until the download was only a few hours. I'm going to buy service manuals from here, are cheap and very good.Thank you.
Good service manual,i saved from scrapping this deck,is now fully functional.Thanks.
Found this to be the manual included with the original packinging, was helpfull but did not give any detailed repair instructions.
Complete service manual, was very helpful in repairing this tapedeck.Thanks.
DECK MECHANISM ADJUSTMENT
5. Audio/Control (A/C) Head Adjustment
Purpose: To insure that the Tape passes accurately over the Audio and Control Tracks in exact Alignment in both the Record and Playback Modes.
5-1. Preliminary Adjustment (Height and Tilt Adjustment) Perform the Preliminary Adjustment, when there is no Audio Output Signal with the Alignment Tape. Test Equipment/ Fixture
â¢ Blank Tape â¢ Screw Driver(+) Type 5mm
Test Conditions (Mechanism Condition)
â¢ Play the blank tape
â¢ Tilt Adjustment Screw(C) â¢ Height Adjustment Screw(B) â¢ Azimuth Adjustment Screw(A)
1) Initially adjust the Base Assembly A/C Head as shown Fig. C-5-1 by using the Height Adjustment Screw(B). 2) Play a Blank Tape and observe if the Tape passes accurately over the A/C Head without Tape Curling or Folding. 3) If Folding or Curling is occured then adjust the Tilt Adjustment Screw(C) while the Tape is running to resemble Fig. C-5-3. 4) Reconfirm the Tape Path after Playback about 4~5 seconds.
Ideal A/C head height occurs, when the tape runs between 0.2~0.25mm above the bottom edge of the A/C head core.
A/C Head P4 Tape
A/C Head Base Fig. C-5-1 Fig. C-5-3
X-Value Adjustment Hole
Azimuth Adjustment Screw(A)
Tilt Adjustment Screw(C) Height Adjustment Screw(B)
A/C Head Assembly Fig. C-5-2