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SECTION 3 ELECTRICAL ADJUSTMENTS
TEST MODE This set have the test mode function. In the test mode, FM Auto Scan/Stop Level and AM Auto Scan/Stop Level adjustments can be performed easier than it in ordinary procedure. <Set the Test Mode> 1. Turn ON the regulated power supply. (All LEDs on the set lights up, and the clock is displayed.)
0 dB=1 ÂµV
Cautions during repair When the tuner unit is defective, replace it by a new one because its internal block is difficult to repair.
Note: Adjust the tuner section in the sequence shown below.
[OFF] button, if the clock is not displayed. 2. Push the preset  button. 3. Push the preset  button. 4. Press the preset  button for more than two seconds.
5. Then the display indicates all lights, the test mode is set. <Release the Test mode> 1. Push the [OFF] button. See the adjustment location from on page 17 for the adjustment.
Note: Press the
1. FM Auto Scan/Stop Level Adjustment 2. FM Stereo Separation Adjustment (Wide)
3. FM Stereo Separation Adjustment (Narrow) 4. AM Auto Scan/Stop Level Adjustment FM Auto Scan/Stop Level Adjustment Setting:
[SOURCE] button : FM
FM RF signal generator
antenna jack (CN101) 0.01 ÂµF
MD section adjustments are done automatically in this set.
Carrier frequency Output level Mode Modulation
set : 98.00 MHz : 22 dB (12.6 ÂµV) : mono : 1 kHz, 22.5 kHz deviation (30%)
Procedure: 1. Set to the test mode. 2. Push the [SOURCE] button and set to FM. Display
3. Adjust the volume RV2 on TU101 by turning clockwise untill â0â is shown next to âFMâ on the display window, If â0â is already shown or the volume RV2 has been turned too far, turn it back counterclockwise untill â0â is disappeared once, then try this adjustment. Display
Adjustment Location: See page 17.