This scanned manual is well done in that most all the pages except for one is straight and clear- the way I would do them. One page was upside down but that happens. For the money that is charged on this site you get a pretty good deal. Now with complex repairs, I still prefer to us paper manuals which I have to buy at stereomanuals but the one I got here was much less than the $45 he was charging but this is a larger than normal manual for three different units. I am a picky manual user because I have used original manuals from Sony and Teac.
Content A4 and A3 format pages. Exactly what I needed to restore my old receiver.
Text excerpt from page 8 (click to view)
Dismantling of the Front Display Board and Front Control Board
Dismantling of the Rear Portion
1) Remove 1 screw C as indicated to loosen the Headphone Board (pos 1101-B). 2) Remove 5 screws D as indicated to loosen the Front Display Board (pos 1101-A). 3) Remove 9 screws E as indicated to loosen the Front Control Board (pos 1107-A). 4) Remove 1 screw F as indicated to loosen the IR-Eye Board (pos 1107-D). 5) Remove 3 screws N as indicated to loosen the VU Meter Board (pos 1107-C).
1) Remove 4 screws J and uncatch M1 as indicated to loosen the AF Board (pos 1102-A). 2) Remove 3 screws K and uncatch M2 as indicated to loosen the Tuner Board (pos 1103). 3) Remove 4 screws L as indicated to loosen the Panel Rear (pos 256).
Remove AF Board
Remove Front Display Board and Headphone Board
Remove VU Meter Board
Remove Front Control Board and IR-Eye Board
Repair Hints Dismantling of the ETF Tape Module
1) The Knob Volume Gloss Black (pos 117) can be remove 1) Remove 6 screws G as indicated to loosen the ETF Tape Module (pos 1104). by inserting a strong string into the slot and pull it out in the direction as indicated. See picture 1. Picture 1
2) The Knob Jog Rotary (pos 140) can be remove by inserting a strong string into the slot and pull it out in the direction as indicated. See picture 2.