The ease of this purchase was a good start. The content of this manual was exactly all I needed to retore my Tandberg 64.
All of the mechanical and electrical information is contained in the manual and the quality of the document makes reading the data easy.
The exerience with the resource has made this my prime source for technical data.
I found this manual to be complete in every detail. Besides the schematic it has a complete set of alignment instructions which are easy to understand. It also includes a complete parts list as well as an explanation of how the power supply and safety shutdown circuits operate. Even a schematic of the tuner is included.
The product was good and just what I needed, however I had moderate difficulty with the down load because the sight would not recognize my pass word. I was finally given a direct link to the manual and that worked.
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DISASSEMBLY FOR REPAIR
1. How to Remove Tray
1. Remove the front panel and flexible cable. Disassemble the X25 and power supply pcb with sub chassis if it is a difficult. 2. Push and hold the lever( )to clockwise and pull barely out the tray to frontwards( ) where the hook of tray( ) meets with guide( ). 3. Push hooks( ), both sides, inwards and release them from guides( ). 4. Pull hooks of tray( ) outwards and remove the tray upwards( ).
HOOK ( 5 x2)
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2. How to Assemble Tray
1. Adjust the position of drive gear as figure( ). Check traverse unit is at the lowest position. 2. Load the tray on the loading mechanism. Check the position where the loading gear(A) is free( ) 3. Meet the hooks with guides and push hooks to load the tray( ). 4. Set the right side hook to loading mechanism( ). 5. Set the left side hook to loading mechanism with pulling it outwards( ). 6. Push the tray backwards( ).
LOADING GEAR (A) (Free) PROTRUSION OF TRAY