Complete manual with clear schematic diagrams and printed circuit board layouts of two variants of the headset and the transmitter an old and a new version.
Also shows how the headset and the transmitter is opened and how transmitter and receivers can be adjusted and where to measure.
I had no problems to repair the headset using this service manual.
This is a great site. I placed my order and by the next am it was available for download. Had some problems with some missing copy on some pages. Once I brought the error to the OMC's attention, the issue was resolved. I'll come back again.
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Dismantling of the Front Control Board and Front Display Board Dismantling of the Front Control Board and Front Display Board
1) The Knob Volume Rotary (pos 164) can be remove by pulling it out in the direction as shown in Figure 8. 2) The Knob Game Sound Control (pos 176) can be remove by pulling it out in the direction as shown in Figure 9.
3) Loosen 4 screws D (see Figure 11) to remove the Bracket PCB Front Display (pos 183) and Front Display Board (pos 1101-A). 4) Loosen 1 screw E (see Figure 12) to remove the IR Eye Board (pos 1107-H). 5) Loosen 2 screws F (see Figure 12) to remove the ECO Power Board (pos 1107-E). 6) Loosen 3 screws G (see Figure 12) to remove the Bracket VU Meter 2 (pos 136) and loosen 2 screws H to remove the VU Meter Right Board (pos 1107-D) from the Bracket VU Meter 2. 7) Loosen 3 screws J (see Figure 12) to remove the Bracket VU Meter 1 (pos 129) and loosen 2 screws K to remove the VU Meter Left Board (pos 1107-C) from the Bracket VU Meter 1.
11) Loosen 3 screws P (see Figure 14) to remove the Game Port Board (pos 1107-G).
12) Loosen 2 screws Q (see Figure 15) to remove the USB LED Board (pos 1107-F).
Figure 8 8) Loosen 2 screws L (see Figure 13) to remove the USB PC LINK Board (pos 1104). 9) Loosen 9 screws M (see Figure 13) and loosen the 2 nuts (see Figure 10) to remove the Front Control Board (pos 1107-A). 10)Loosen 1 screw N (see Figure 13) to remove the Headphone Board (pos 1107-B). Figure 13