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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.
Very useful service manual, was exactly what i needed.Good quality,reasonable price.Thank you.
Acurate informations inside the SM and I could repair my old Sansui SC-3330 without any problems. Thanks.
I used it to repair a NAD 7030, but unfortunately, the 7045 is different !
But documentation was useful.
Content A4 and A3 format pages. Exactly what I needed to restore my old receiver.
SECTION 2 DISASSEMBLY
Note: Follow the disassembly procedure in the numerical order given.
B 1 Pull out the ear receiver. 2 Open the âlid, battery caseâ in the direction of arrows A to B.
3 two screws (DIA. 1.4 Ã 4)
9 claw !Â¡ Remove two solders of reel assy. !Âº claw
!â¢ cabinet (rear) 7 claw 9 claw 8 claw 6 claw
4 screw (M1.7 Ã 10) 7 claw
5 First, insert the flat-blade screwdriver into the cabinet and turn it in the direction of the arrow C to release two claws 6. Next, release all claws from 7 to 0 in numerical order. Note: Hold a cloth to the cabinet
not to be damaged.
Note: On installation of cabinet (rear), adjust the knob (earphone/speaker) and S1.
1 knob (power) 2 knob (noise cut) 4 Remove two solders of speaker leads.
3 knob (2 band)
5 MAIN board