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This manual was the factory original. Excellent value and contained all the details I needed. Easy dowwnload provided the information when I needed it.
Impeccable, document très complet. Perfect, i get all i need. All schematic are correct. Thanks
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I bought the service-manual of the sony ICB-1020(an old transmitter-receiver) at "www.Owners-Manual.com", I found the service-manual for a fairly cheap price(in comparison with other sellers). I filled in some questions, payed the order with Ideal, and within 24 hours I had my service manual. I was very happy:In no time I had my service-manual and everything, but literally everything was noted down in the manual; the electronic scheme, the parts list, etcetera.
A very practical, reference-document.
This comprehesive service maual was greatly appreciated, as was the digital download.
FUNCTIONAL DESCRIPTION OF THE HP5230 CELLESSE Function of the Cellesse The product is connected to the mains and the ON/OFF switch ( A ) is set to level 1 - 5. The pump ( B ) starts to function. The pump ( B ) only starts to function if the appliance is in a proper contact with the skin so a vacuum of at least 80 mbar can be reached. Once a vacuum of 80 mbar is reached, the electronic suppression switch ( C ) switches on the motor ( D ) of the massage rolls ( E ). To avoid a painful sucking in of the skin, the vacuum stop buttons ( F ) can be operated so that the vacuum is eliminated. The Cellesse only functions properly if the product is put properly on the skin so that the pump can build up a vacuum in the sucking area.( G ) Cleaning and Maintenance Never immerse the appliance in water nor rinse it. For the best results, keep the Cellesse clean at all times, using a damp cloth and a spot of detergent, if necessary. Do not use alcohol, acetone, gasoline, abrasives, scourers and so on for cleaning the appliance. When cleaning, special attention should be paid to the rollers on the underside. Cleaning the rollers
To clean the rollers select Level 1
Cover the suction opening with your thumb so the rollers start to rotate.
Wipe the rollers clean with a damp cloth.
VACU-stop Button F On/off Switch + Suppression Switch Level 1-5 A Sleeve 104
W2 red not on PCB A2 R31 W3 red C1 R1 Q1 R2 R3 R25 R5 C2 R6 D1 W4 red W6 red
M1 W5 blue
M2 W7 blue R24
A3 Q22 Q2
Q3 R4 Q21 R30 R22 M1 = Motor rolls M2 = Pump R27 R26 7 R32 R28 C23 4 C20 6 5 R21 R20
Sleeve 105 El. Suppression Switch C Switches on the motor D automatically at 80 mBar underpressure Sleeves Pump B
A1 P-JACK W1 blue 1 C24
3 Q20a 2
+13V not on PCB W1_1 C3 R1 Q1 TP11 not on PCB W5 red TP13 not on PCB W7 red
not on PCB W4 red
G Rolls E
SOCKET-PCB red W3 TP5 W1_2 TP4 TP3 TP8 R2 R3 W1_2 LEDPCB not on PCB W3_1 blue W6 TP12 blue W8 TP14
A1 P-JACK TP1 TP2 W1_1
W3_2 W9_2 TP10
TP15 Q2 C4 R5
PCS 101 215