Superb rendition. Drawings (schematics) complete and unabridged. I do a great deal of vintage audio restoration. Documentation is essential for successful repairs. I have found sources over the years that offer good documentation, but rarely all that is necessary. Owner's Manuals has filled that void with complete and legible documentation. They have narrowed my "favorites" to a more manageable collection. This Denon manual in particular contained the latest revisions level, and offered alterations favorable to updating the item. The Illustrated Parts Breakdown (IPB) was well enough detailed to simplify part symbols and physical locations. You will not be disappointed!
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0. General To be able to perform measurements and repairs on the "circuit boards", these unit should placed in the service position first. 1. Remove the rear cover - Open two lids with "-" type screwdriver. Refer to fig2 and fig3. - Remove 4 screws with "+" type screwdriver. 2. Video panel - Remove the metal shielding on rear side of Video panel by desolder lags of metal shielding. 3. Main panel - Disconnect the degaussing coil from Main panel. - Remove the video panel from CRT. - Remove the "screw" of I/F cable from Main panel. - Disconnect the CRT ground "1701" from Video panel. - Disconnect the Hi-Pot cap from CRT. - Disconnect the yoke wire connector "1601" from Main panel. - Slide the main panel out of bottom tray. - Place Main panel in service position as shown in Fig.1. - Mount Video panel again on CRT. - To connect Hi-Pot cap again. - To connect "1701" again. - To connect the yoke wire "1601" again.