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At $5,00 certainly good bang for your buck. Includes electric schematics as well as exploded parts view + parts list for reordering. Unfortunately no details on the PCB contents or working, but then again, this is not overly complex. Best bonus: this manual does contain the heavily searched for LED error codes as well as descriptions for test operation. Haven't gotten around to fixing the machine yet, one thing the manual won't do for you is getting it out of the kitchen assembly :-(
It`s not your fault tear down is rather incomplete. It doesn`t have complete instructions as to deconstruction for repair.
THANK YOU FOR A GOOD TRANSACTION, NICE COPY, CLEAR
Very Good! All the diagram are easy to read, and its complete.
This was an excellent source of detailed assembly information on a device which is at least 12 years old. A very lucky find, coupled with great service.
NOTE ON BEFORE STARTING REPAIR
1. Forced discharge of electrolytic capacitor of power supply block
When repair is going to be attempted in the set that uses relay circuit in the power supply block, electric potential is kept charged across the electrolytic capacitors (C101, 102) even though AC power cord is removed. If repair is attempted in this condition, secondary defect can occur. In order to prevent the secondary trouble, perform the following measures before starting repair work.
1 Remove the AC power cord. 2 Connect a discharging resistor at an end of lead wire that has clips at both ends. Connect the other end of the lead wire to metal chassis. 3 Contact the other end of the discharging resistor to the positive (+) side (+VH) of C101. (For two seconds) 4 Contact the same end of the discharging resistor as step 3 to the negative (-) side (-VH) of C102 in the same way. (For two seconds) 5 Check that voltage across C101 and C102 has decreased to 1 V or less using a multimeter or an oscilloscope.
MAIN C.B D101
Select a discharging resistor referring to the following table. Charging voltage (V) (C101, 102) 25-48 49-140 Discharging resistor (â¦) 100 220 Rated power (W) 3 5 Parts number 87-A00-247-090 87-A00-232-090
Note: The reference numbers (C101, C102) of the electrolytic capacitors can change depending on the models. Be sure to check the reference numbers of the charging capacitors on schematic diagram before starting the discharging work.
2. Check items before exchanging the MICROCOMPUTER
Be sure to check the following items before exchanging the MICROCOMPUTER. Exchange the MICROCOMPUTER after confirming that the MICROCOMPUTER is surely defective.
2-1. Regarding the HOLD terminal of the MICROCOMPUTER
When the HOLD terminal (INPUT) of the MICROCOMPUTER is âHâ, the MICROCOMPUTER is judged to be operating correctly. When this terminal is âLâ, the main power cannot be turned on. Therefore, be sure to check the terminal voltage of the HOLD terminal before exchange. When the MICROCOMPUTER is not defective, the HOLD terminal can also go âLâ when the POWER AMPLIFIER has any abnormalities that triggers the abnormality detection circuit on the MAIN C. B. that sets the HOLD terminal to âLâ.
â¢ Good or no good judgement of the MICROCOMPUTER
1 Turn on the AC main power. 2 Confirm that the main power is turned on and the HOLD terminal of the MICROCOMPUTER keeps the âHâ level or not. 3 When the HOLD terminal is âLâ level, the abnormality detection circuit is judged to be working correctly and the MICROCOMPUTER is judged to be good.
MAIN C.B In some models, it is PIN (. OVER LOAD DET DC DET AC DET Q110 HOLD SW POWER AMP POWER AMP POWER SUPPLY
PIN101 CON601 1 2 1 2 *
PIN number is different depending upon microprocessor.