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TOSHIBA

FILE NO. 120-9601

M-672, M-672C M-65, M-65C

RDER

PRINTED IN KOREA, MAY, 1996

2. DISASSEMBLY & REASSEMBLY
2-1. INSTRUMENT DISASSEMBLY
2-l-l. Bottom Cover Removal
1. Remove two (2) screws holding the bottom cover. 2. Release two (2) tabs from the bottom cover. 0 REMOVE TWO SCREWS LEASE TWO TABS

2-l-3. Front Panel Removal
1. Remove bottom cover and top cabinet (See Fig. 1 to 2). 2. Release three (3) tabs from the bottom of the front panel. 3. Release four (4) tabs from the top of the front panel. 4. Tilt the front panel forward to remove.

EASE FOUR TABS

Fig. 1 Bottom Cover Removal

2-l-2.Top Cabinet Removal
1. Remove three(3)screws located at the rear of the top cabinet. 2. Carefully lift the back of the top cabinet and slide it to the rear to remove.

THREE TABS

Fig. 3 Front Panel Removal

Fig. 2 Top Cover Removal

2-1

2-2-l. Function PCB Removal
1. Follow the procedures for removing the bottom cover,
the top cabinet and the panel front. (See Fig.1 to 3) 2. Release five (5) tabs on the function board. 3. Release connector(CN701) gently with using the Driver as shown Fig. 4

2-2-3. Main circuit board Removal
1 .Follow the procedures for removing Fig. 1 to 6 2.Release three (3) tabs from the frame. 3.Pull out the main circuit board in the direction of the arrow.

RELEASE THREE TABS

Fig. 4 Function PCB Removal

2-2-2. Deck Ass'y Removal
1. Follow the procedures for removing the bottom cover, top cabinet and the front panel ass'y (See Fig.1 to 3) 2. Remove four (4) screws from the bottom and top of the deck ass'y. 3. Remove two (2) screws from the bottom of the frame. 4. Lift the deck ass'y upward to remove. OREMOVE FOUR S R W CE S

Fig. 6 Main Circuit Board Removal

Fig. 5 Deck ass'y Removal

2-2

Fig. 7 Instrument Assembly Removal 1. Remove screws ( @, @I 1 and release the bottom cover. 2. Remove screws ( (D, @, @I 1 and release the top cover. 3. Release the front panel as shown in Fig. 3 4. Release connector (CN701) gently with using the Driver as shown Fig. 4 5. Remove screws ( @, Q (8 Q), @ ) holding the deck and follow the procedures on next page.

2-3

t TIGHTEN THE SCREW

Fig. 8 Trouble Shooting Posture 1. Set the main PCB & DECK ass'y as shown in Fig. 8. 2. Tighten the screw. 3. Install the Function PCB to Main PCB

2-4

2-5. TAPE TRANSPORT MECHANISM IDENTIFICATION
2-5-l. Deck (lop View)

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4

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6

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11

12

13 14

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28

25

21

20

19

) Fig.9 Deck Parts Locations (Top View)

1. FULL ERASE HEAD 2. STOPPER TAPE 3. SLIDE GEAR LOADING ASS'Y "T" 4. HEAD BRUSH ASS'Y 5. CYLINDER ASS'Y 6. BRAKE SUB "L" 7. SLIDE GEAR LOADING ASS'Y "S" 8. LEVER PINCH COMP 9. FULL ACE HEAD ASS'Y 10. LEVER PINCH CAM

11. ARM REVIEW ASS'Y 12. UNIT PINCH ROLLER ASS'Y 13. SPRING SLIDE PUSH 14. SLIDE PINCH 15. SLIDE RACK HOUSING 16. LEVER REVIEW 17. SPRING BRAKE SUB "R" 18. BRAKE SUB "R" ASS'Y 19. REEL DISK "R" ASS'Y 20. BRAKE MAIN "R" ASS'Y

21. GEAR RELAY "T" ASS'Y 22. IDLER ASS'Y 23. PRISM LED 24. GEAR RELAY "S" ASS'Y 25. BRAKE MAIN "L" ASSY 26. REEL DISK "L" ASS'Y 27. LEVER REC SWITCH 28. SPRING REC SWITCH 29. ARM TENSION FULL ASSY

2-5

2-5-2. Deck (Bottom View)

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Fig. 10 Deck Parts ILocations (Bottom View)

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1. LEVER SLIDE PINCH 2. MOTOR D.D CAPSTAN 3. BELT CAPSTAN 4. BRAKE CAPSTAN ASS'Y 5. GEAR LOADING "R" ASS'Y 6. MOTOR C Y L I N D E R 7. GEAR LOADING " " ASS'Y L

8. SLIDE MAIN 9. LEVER REC SWITCH 10. LEVER IDLER CHANGE 11. CLUTCH ASS'Y 12. UNIT LOADING 13. GEAR MASTER

2-B

2-6. Housing Assembly

1

2

3

6

7

5

4

Fig. 11 Housing Parts Locations

1. CHASSIS SIDE `I" ASS'Y 2. UPPER CHASSIS 3. CHASSIS SIDE "R" ASS'Y 4. SHAFT ARM ASS'Y 5. HOLDER CASSETTE ASS'Y 6. LEVER DOOR ASS'Y 7. DOOR LOCK

2-7

2-6-l. Removal from Main Base
1) Remove three(3) screws 0. 2) Lift the housing ass'y in the direction of arrow `B' while pushing the tab a in the direction of arrow `A'. (Refer to detail drawing)

MAIN BASE

NOTE : When p ushing the tab(2) in the direction of
arrow "A", take extreme care not to damage

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Fig. 12 Housing Ass'y Removal from Main Base

2-8

2-6-2. Disassembly

- CHASSIS UPPER

CHASSIS SIDE `L'

- HOLDER CASSTE ASSEMBLY

SIDE" R "

SHAFT ARM ASSEMB

Fig. 13 Housing Ass'y Removal

2-9

2-6-3. Upper Chassis Removal
1) Remove two(2) screws a.

21 Lift the upper chassis QI in the direction of arrow `A'

Fig. 14 Upper Chassis Removal

2-10

2-6-4. Holder Cassette Ass'y & Chassis Side L/R Removal 1) Lift the holder cassette (D in the direction of arrow `A' (Refer to Fig. A).
2) Remove the chassis side `C @ & `R' @ from shaft arm ass'y @ in the direction of arrows `B', `C' (Refer to Fig. B). NOTE : If you operate the deck when the holder cassette ass'y is removed, the shaft arm "R' and the slide damper are not returned to their original position. If this happens by accident, push the slide damper of chassis side `R' in the direction of arrow "D", and return the slide damper in the reverse direction of arrow "D" when the shaft arm ass'y is in eject mode.

a HOLDER CASSETTE ASSEMBLY

( REASSEMBLY OF CHASSIS SIDE-R'& SHAFT ARM'W" 1

@ CHASSIS SlDE

l L0 SHAFT ARM ASSEMBLY
-+N SLIDE DAMPER a CHASSIS SIDE "R" [Fig.1 SIDE VIEW II (D)

Fig. 15 Holder Cassette Ass'y & Chassis Side L/R Removal

2-6-5. Chassis Side "R" Parts Locations

(SIDE VIEW "A")

SPRING

LEVER-LID OPENER

CHASSIS SIDE "R

SLIDE - DAMPER

SPRING-SLIDE DAMPER

Fig. 16 Chassis Side `R' Parts Locations

2-12

2-6-6. Slide Damper Removal
1) Remove the spring slide damper @. 2) Push the stopper @ of the chassis side `R' @. Move the slide damper @ in the direction of arrow. 3) Align the slide damper QI with the chassis side tab (as shown detail drawing). 4) Lift the slide damper @ to remove.

@ SPRING SLIDE DAMPER

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@ SLIDE DAMPER @ STOPPER

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CHASSIS SIDE "R



SLIDE DAMPER

Fig. 17 Slide Damper Removal

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2-7. Cylinder Ass'y
2-7-l. Exploded View of Cylinder Ass'y FONE SCREW

2-7-2. Stopper Tape

(1) Stopper Tape Removal (Only for deck : DXS-R, Refer to Fig. A) 1) Release one(l) tab @ in the direction of arrow `A'. (Refer to detail drawing) 2) Lift the stopper tape 0, in the direction of arrow `B'.
@ STOPPER TAPE

HEAD BRUSH

- MOTOR - STATOR

p THREE SCREWS

- - MOTOR - ROTOR

Fig. 19 Stopper Tape Removal

SCREWS

CYLINDER BASE

Fig. 18 Exploded View of Cylinder Ass'y

2-14

2-7-3. Cylinder Ass'y Removal from Main Base 1) Remove threef3) screws @ holding the main base and
the cylinder ass'y. 2) Lift the cylinder ass'y Q in the direction of arrow. NOTE : Do not touch the video heads during removal or.
installation.

2-7-4. Head Brush & Holder FPC Removal
1) Remove one(l) screw @ and then lift the head brush a. 2) Release the holder FPC tab holding the cylinder base @ in the direction of arrow. (Refer to detail drawing) 3) Disconnect the holder FPC @ from the cylinder base 0. NOTE : When disconnecting the holder FPC @from the

@ THREE SCREWS

cylinder base 0: Take care not to disconnect the FPC cable from the holder FPC (The FPC cable is

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@ ONE SCREW 0 HEAD BRUSH

@ HOLDER FPC @ CYLINDER BASE

Fig. 20 Cylinder Ass'y Removal from Main Base
HOLDER FPC TAB
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Fig. 21 Head Brush & Holder FPC Removal

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2-7-5. Cylinder Ass'y Removal from Cylinder Base
1) Remove three(3) screws 0 from the cylinder base @. 2) Lift the cylinder ass) @from the cylinder base (p in the direction of arrow.

2-7-7. Motor Rotor & Cylinder Sub Ass'y
1) Make sure that phase matching holes of the motor rotor 81 the cylinder sub ass'y are aligned correctly as shown in Fig. 16 (Refer to phase matching hole) 2) Reinstall the retainer lever ass'y @and secure with two(2) screws. @ TWO SCREWS

m CYLINDER ASS'Y

@ RETAINER RUBBER ASS'Y

@ MOTOR - ROTOR

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@ CYLINDER BASE PHASE MATCHING - HOLE

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THREE

SCREWS SUB ASS'Y

Fig. 22 Cylinder Ass'y Removal from Cylinder Base

Fig. 24 Assembly of Motor Rotor & Cylinder Sub Ass'y

2-7-6. Motor Rotor Removal
1) Remove two(2) screws 0. 2) Lift the retainer lever ass'y @ and the motor rotor @ @ TWO SCREWS

2-7-8. Motor Stator Removal
1) Remove three(3) screws @). 2) Remove the motor stator a from the cylinder sub ass'y Q.

@ RETAINER RUBBER ASS'Y MOTOR - ROTOR

@ THREE SCREWS

@ MOTOR - STATOR

@ CYLINDER SUB ASS'Y

@ CYLINDER SUB ASSY

Fig. 25 Motor Stator Removal Fig. 23 Motor Rotor Removal

2-l 6

2-7-9. Motor Stator & Cylinder Sub Ass'y
1) Reinstall the motor stator (D toward the FPC cable of cylinder sub ass'y Q. 2) Secure with three(3) screws. (Refer to Fig. 17)

2-8. Main Deck Removal & Reassembly
2-8-l. Slide Rack Housing Removal
1) Lift the slide rack housing in the direction of arrow. SLIDE RACK HOUSING

. @ MOTOR - STA ,TOR

- @ CYLINDER SUB ASS'Y

Fig. 27 Slide Rack Housing Removal

2-8-2. Assembly of Slide Rack Housing & Gear Master
1) Confirm that the hole of gear master @ and the hole `A of main base are aligned correctly. (Eject mode) 2) Align the slot #l of gear master a with the tooth #l of slide rack housing. (Refer to timing point)

Fig. 26 Assembly of Motor Stator & Cylinder Sub Ass'y

SLOTS1

@ GEAR MASTER

@ SLIDER RACK HOUSING

ARM `R

Fig. 28 Assembly of Slide Rack Housing & Gear Master 2-17

2-8-3. Brake Sub "L" Removal
1) Remove the spring brake sub `L' a. 2) Release the tab Q) in the direction of arrow. (Refer to detail drawing) 3) Lift the brake sub `L 0.

2-8-5. Reel Disk `I" Ass'y & Gear Relay "s" Ass'y Removal
1) Release the tab (J) in the direction of arrow. (Refer to detail drawing) 2) Lift the reel disk `L ass'y a. 3) Remove the washer plain a. 4) Remove the washer slit @. 5) Lift the gear relay `S' ass'y a.

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@ SPRING-BRAKE SUB `L. @ BRAKE-SUB `L"

NOTE : When reinstalling, be sure to install the reel disk `L' ass'y QI after installing the washer plain @.

@ REEL-DISK `L ASSY @I WASHER-PLAIN @WASHER-SLIT

@ TAB @ BRAKE-SUB "L"

Fig. 29 Brake Sub `L' Removal

2-8-4. Arm Tension Full Ass'y Removal
1) Remove the spring tension 0. 2) Release the tab Q in the direction of arrow. (Refer to detail drawing) 3) Lift the arm tension full ass'y 0. @ SPRING-TENSION @ REEL-DISK "L' ASSY

Q) TAB

@ ARM-TENSION FULL ASS'Y

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Fig. 31 ReeL Disk `L' Ass'y & Gear Relay `S' Ass'y Removal

@ ARM-TENSION

Fig. 30 Arm Tension Full Ass'y Removal

2-18

2-8-6. Brake Sub "R" Ass'y Removal
1) Remove the spring brake sub `R' a. 2) Release the tab Cp in the direction of arrow. (Refer to detail drawing) 3) Lift the brake sub `R' ass'y @. @ BRAKE-SUB `R" ASSY @ SPRING-BRAKE SUB l R

2-8-8. Brake Main "L", "R" Ass'y Removal
1) Remove the spring brake main @. 2) Release the tab a in the direction of arrow `A'. (Refer to detail drawing `A') 3) Lift the brake main `L' a. 4) Release the tab @ in the direction of arrow `B'. (Refer to detail drawing `B') 5) Lift the brake main `R' a. 0 SPRING-BRAKE MAIN @ BRAKE-MAIN I'ASSY @ BRAKE-MAIN "R ASSY

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TAB "B

Fig. 32 Brake Sub `R' Ass'y Removal

2-8-7. Reel Disk "R" Ass'y & Gear Relay "T" Removal
1) Release the tab a in the direction of arrow. (Refer to detail drawing) 2) Lift the reel disk `R' ass'y a. 3) Remove the washer plain 0. 4) Remove the washer slit 0. 5) Lift the gear relay `T' ass'y @I. NOTE : When reinstalling, be sure to install the reel disk `R' ass'y 8) after installing the washer plain 0. @ REEL-DISK l R ASSY [email protected] WASHER-PLAIN

@ BRAKE-MAIN "R" ASSY

Fig. 34 Brake Main `L', `R' Ass'y Removal

2-8-9. Idler Ass'y Removal
1) Remove the washer slit 0. 2) Lift the idler ass'y a. @- @ WASHER-SLIT

@WASHER-SLIT @ GEAR-RELAY 7"

@ REEL-DISK "R ASSY @ TAB
1

Fig. 33 Reel Disk `R' Ass'y & Gear Relay `T' Removal

Fig. 35 Idler Ass'y Removal

2-19

2-8-10. Unit Pinch Roller Ass'y Removal
1) Remove the washer slit (D. 2) Lift the unit pinch roller @. 3) Lift the spring arm pinch a. &p Q WASHER-SLIT

2-8-12. Exploded View of Lever Pinch Comp Ass'y, Lever Pinch Cam, Arm Review Ass'y & Lever Review Ass'y
LEVER-PINCH COMP ARM-REVIEW ASSY

@ UNIT-PINCH ROLLER

LEVER-REVIEW LEVER-PINCH CAM

@ SPRING-ARM PINCH

Fig. 36 Unit Pinch Roller Ass'y Removal 2-8-11. Assembly of Unit Pinch Roller 1) Install the unit pinch roller as shown in Fig. 29. (Refer to A, 6)

Fig. 38 Exploded View of Lever Pinch Comp Ass'y, Lever Pinch Cam, Arm Review Ass'y 81 Lever Review Ass'y

2-8-13. Lever Pinch Comp Ass'y Removal
1) Release the tab @ in the direction of arrow. (Refer to detail drawing) 2) Lift the lever pinch camp ass'y @. NOTE : Don't touch the lever pinch camp ass'y @ to audio head base during removal.

@ LEVER-PINCH COMP ASS'Y

UNIT-PINCH ROLLER

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Fig. 37 Assembly of Unit Pinch Roller Fig. 39 Lever Pinch Comp Ass'y Removal

2-20

2-8-14. Lever Pinch Cam Removal
1) Release the tab a in the direction of arrow. (Refer to detail drawing) 2) Lift the lever pinch cam a. @ LEVER-PINCH CAM

2-8-18. Lever Review Removal
1) Release the tab (j) in the direction of arrow. (Refer to detail drawing) 2) Lift the lever review a. @ LEVER REVIEW

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Fig. 40 Lever Pinch Cam Removal 2-8-l 5. Arm Fig. 42 Lever Review Removal 2-8-17.

Review Ass'y Removal

1) Push the stopper tab (D in the direction of arrow. 2) Pull the arm review ass'y Q in the direction of arrow `A' and then confirm `B'. (Refer to detail drawing `A') 3) Release the tab @ in the direction of arrow and then lift the arm review ass'y a. NOTE : Take extreme care not to damage when removing the arm review ass'y Cp. (B part of detail drawing A)
ARM REVIEW ASSEMBLY

Belt Capstan Removal

1) Remove the belt capstan a. NOTE : Take extreme care not to touch the grease when removing or reinstalling.

@ BELT-CAPSTAN

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DETAIL "B"

DETAIL "A"

NOTE: Be sure to remove the arm review assy with using the(-)dri Fig. 41 Arm Review Ass'y Removal

Fig. 43 Belt Capstan Removal

2-21

2-8-18. Brake Capstan Ass'y Removal
1) Remove the spring brake capstan (J). 2) Release the tab Q in the direction of arrow. (Refer to detail drawing) 3) Lift the brake capstan ass'y a. @ SPRING-BRAKE CAPSTAN @ BRAKE CAPSTAN ASSY

2-8-20. Clutch Ass'y Removal
1) Remove the washer slit a>. 2) Lift the clutch ass'y QI. 3) Remove the washer plain @. 9-0 WASHER-SLIT

Q CLUTCH-ASSY

@WASHER-PLAIN

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1 1

Fig. 44 Brake Capstan Ass'y Removal

Fig.46 Clutch Ass'y Removal

2-8-21. Gear Master Removal 1) Remove the washer slit Q).
2) Lift the gear master @ 0 WASHER-SLIT

2-8-19. Motor D.D Capstan Removal
1) Remove three(3) screws @. (Top view) 2) Lift the motor D.D capstan (p in the direction of arrow. (Bottom view) Q MOTOR-D.P CAPSTAN

(TOP VIEW)

0 THREE SCREWS

Fig. 47 Gear Master Removal

C When reyemf$qkytor - R-R
Fig. 45 Motor D.D Capstan Removal

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2-22

2-8-22. Assembly of Gear Master
1) When reinstalling, be sure to align the arrow mark of gear master a with gear home of gear worm wheel a (Refer to timing point)

2-8-24. Lever Slide Pinch Removal
1) Remove the washer slit a. 2) Lift the lever slide pinch a, @ WASHER-SLIT @I LEVER SLIDER PINCH

@ GEAR WORM WHEEL UNIT LOADING

0
Fig. 48 Assembly of Gear Master

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Fig. 50 Lever Slide Pinch Removal 2-8-25. Assembly of Lever Slide Pinch 1) Pull the slide pinch @to the end in the direction of arrow. 2) Insert the slide pinch (j) into the hole of lever slide pinch (p. (Refer to `A' part)

2-8-23. Unit Loading Removal

1) Remove twoQ) screws 0.
2) Lift the unit loading @ in the direction of arrow. Q TWO SCREWS

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LOADING @ SLIDER-PINCH LEVER SLIDER PINCH

SLIDER PINCH BOSS Fig. 51 Assembly of Lever Slide Pinch Fig. 49 Unit Loading Removal

2-23

2-8-28. Slide Main Removal
1) Remove the washer slit a. 2) Release three(3) tabs QI, @, @ in the direction of arrow. 3) Lift the slide main 6).

2-8-27. Assembly of Slide Main
1) Install the shaft of gear loading `R' ass'y into the left of the main slide hole and secure with the washer slit a. (Refer to `A') 2) Insert the lever tension control Q) and the lever idler change @ into the slide main hole. (Refer to `B') 3) After confirming the above items 1), 2) install the slide main and secure with tabs (a, b, c).

@ WASHER SLIT

NOTE: Be sure to assemble the side main when the
gear loading i/r assy is inunloading posision.

a
CBL EVER

@ GEAR-LOADING'R'ASSEMBLY G "L" ASSEMBLY

0 LEVER-IDLER CHANGE ' I 0 LE V E R - T EN S IO N CONTB~~

Fig. 52 Slide Main Removal

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side main hole.

@ LEVER-REC S / W

NOTE : Seven parts should be installed into the

Fig. 53 Assembly of Slide Main (Bottom view)

CAM LEVER REVIEW

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NOTE: Six parts should be installed into the side
main hold. Fig. 54 Assembly of side Main(Top view)

A

2-24

2-8-28. Lever Shift Ass'y Removal
1) Hang the spring lever shift (D to the claw of the lever shift @. (Refer to detail drawings `A', `B') 2) Release the tab @ in the direction of arrow. 3) Lift the lever shift @. @ SPRING LEVER SHIFT \ @ LEVER SHIFT

2-8-30. Gear Loading `I", "R" Ass'y Removal
1) Remove the gear loading `R' ass'y @ from the slide guide roller `T (3, by pushing the spring loading `R' a in the direction of arrow. (Refer to detail drawing `A') 2) Remove the gear loading `L' ass'y Q from the slide guide roller `s' @ by pushing the spring loading `L' @ in the direction of arrow. (Refer to detail drawing `B') 3) Lift the gear loading `R' ass'y a. 4) Lift the gear loading `L' ass'y @ by pushing the tab Q of the gear loading `L' ass'y a. (Refer to detail drawing `C') f---- @ GEAR LOADING `R' AS'Y @ GEAR LOADING `L' ASS

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@I LEVER SHIFT

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FSPRING LEVER SHIFT @
Fig. 55 Lever Shift Ass'y Remova ASS'Y 44'

2-8-29. Lever Idler Change Removal
1) Release the tab @ in the direction of arrow. (Refer to detail drawing) 2) Lift the lever idler change 7 @ LEVER IDLER CHANGE @ SPRING LOADING (R) 11 @ SPRlNG LoADlNG (L)
2-8-31. Gear Loading `I", "R" Ass'y
1) When reinstalling, be sure to align two arrows as shown in Fig. 58. (Refer to timing point)

ALIGN TWO ARROWS GEAR LOADING "R'ASS'Y \

Fig. 56 Lever Idler Change Remo

GEAR LOADING

Fig. 58 Assembly of Gear Loading `L', `R' Ass'y

2-25

2-8-32. Slide Pinch Removal
1) Push the tab @ in the direction of arrow `A'. (Refer to detail drawing) 2) Lift the slide pinch @ in the direction of arrow `6'. @ SLIDER PINCH I

2-8-34. Prism LED Removal 1) Release the tab @ in the direction of arrow.
(Refer to detail drawing) 2) Lift the prism LED Q).

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PRISM LED

0 PRISM-LED

@ TAB

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Fig. 59 Slide Pinch Removal

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< DETAIL -TOP VIEW> Fig. 61 Prism LED Removal

2-8-33. Slide Push Removal
1) Remove the spring slide push 0. 2) Push the slide push Q in the direction of arrow `A'. 3) Lift the slide push Q) by pushing the tab Q in the direction of arrow `B'. (Refer to detail drawing) fl SPRING - SLIDE PUSH 4 SLIDER - PUSH

2-8-35. Lever Record Switch Removal
1) Remove the spring record switch 0. 2) Release the tab QI in the direction of arrow. (Refer to detail drawing) 3) Lift the lever record switch 0. 6 __ @ SPRING REC C/W - @ LEVER REC S/W

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MAIN BASE

LEVER REC SIW

DETAIL(TOP VIEW) Fig. 60 Slide Push Removal


2-26

2-8-36. Full Erase Head Removal 1) Remove one0 ) screw Q).
2) Lift the magnet WE head 8). @ ONE SCREW

2-8-38. Slide Guide Roller "s", "T" Ass'y Removal 1) Remove the cylinder ass'y from the main base.
(Refer to Fig. 19, 20) 2) Remove the slide `s', T from the gear loading `L', `R ass'y. (Refer to Fig. 58) 3) Move the guide roller `S', `T ass'y to slot and then lift it to remove. (Refer to arrow)

f---

@ MAGNET F/E HEAD

Fig. 63 Full Erase Head Removal

2-8-37. ACE Head Removal & Reassembly
1) Release the tab @ holding holder ACE toward arrows. (Refer to detail drawing `A') 2) Remove one(l) screw QI. 3) Lift the magnet ACE head ass'y @. Assembly : When reinstalling, be sure to align the three teeth of X-Position adju$tment gear with the two slot of ACE head base. NOTE : When adjusting the X-position adjustment gear using 1~) driver, do not adjust by force.

Fig. 65 Slide Guide Roller `s', `T Ass'y Removal

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HOLDER ACE

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Fig. 64 ACE Head Ass'y Removal & Reassembly

2-27

2-8-39. Slide Guide Roller "S", "T" Ass'y (When all parts except the cylinder assembly are removed.)
1) Push four(4) Lever Locks a of the housing ass'y Simultaneously. (Refer to Fig. 66) 2) Push the holder cassette ass) @toward arrow `B' while turning the gear master Q toward arrow `A'. (Refer to Fig. 66) 3) Load the gear loading L, R ass'y @. a to the middle position of guide rail by turning the gear master Q toward arrow `A'. (Refer to Fig. 66, 67) 4) Install the slide guide roller S, T @, QJ into rail slot and then move it to the position of gear loading L, R ass'y 0, a. (Refer to Fig. 67) 5) Turn the gear master @ toward arrow `A'. (Eject mode)

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0 HOMIER CASSETTE

AS

SE M B L Y

Fig. 66 How to operate the Housing Ass'y @ SLIDER G/R ASSY (T)

Fig. 67 Assembly of Slide Guide Roller `s', `r Ass'y

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3-2. TAPE TRANSPORT SYSTEM

3-2-l. Location of Tape Transport Adjustment (Adjustment Reference)
The lower flange height of the tape guide is used as the basic reference point for transport adjustments. To keep the height of the tape guide, do not apply excessive force onto the main base to prevent damage.

FULL ERASE

PINCH ROLLER TENSION POLE

#l GUIDE POLE

ADJUSTING : CHECKING : I-]

S U PP L Y

KEEL DISK

TAKE UP REEL DISK

Fig. 1 Location of Tape Transport Adjustment
F/E HEAD CYLINDER ASS'Y PINCH ROLLER REVIEW POLE

GUIDE ROLLER `r

#3 GUIDE SHAFT

CAPSTAN SHAFT

Fig. 2 Tape Travel Diagram

3-3

3-2-2. Tape Transport System Adjustment 1) Pm-adjustment
When parts are replaced, perform the required adjustments by referring to the procedures for the tape transport system. When parts are replaced, the tape path may be changed. First run a T-l 60 tape and be sure excessive tape wrinkle does not occur at any tape guide. 1. If tape wrinkles at the S. T-guide rollers, turn the S,T-guide rollers until the wrinkle drsappears. 2. If tape still wrinkles at the tape gurde, do the tilt adjustment of the A/C head. CCREW (6)
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SCREW(C) TILT ADJUST

X - POSITION ADJUST GEAR(E). HOLE (F) SCREW(D) X - POSITION LOCKING SCREW (A) HEIGHT ADJUST Fig. 4 Locatron of A/C Head Adjustment Screw

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2) Adjustment procedures 1. A/C head assembly adjustment

AUDIO HEAD Test Point : TP302 (Envelope) TP804 (Audio Out) TP202 (H'D SW Pulse -Trigger) TP201 (Control Pulse) Test Tape : ST-N1 (Blank Tape (T-160)
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VIDEO TAPE

0 - 0.25mm CONTROL HEAD

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Fig. 5 A/C Head Height Adjustment

b. A/C head tilt adjustment
1. Playback a T-160 tape and observe the posItron of the tape at the lower flange of the tape guide. 2. Confirm that there IS no curl or wnnkle at the lower flange of the tape guide, as shown In Fig. 6 (B). 3. If a curls or wrinkle of the tape has occured, slrghtlyturn the screw (C) tilt adjust on the A/C head ass'y clockwise until It disappears, as shown in Fig. 6 (B) 4. Reconfirm the A/C head height.

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Fig.

3 Location of Test Point (Main PCB)

a. A/C head height adjustment
1. Run the alignment tape (ST-Nl) In the playback mode. 2. Observe the surface of the audio head using a dental mirror. 3. Turn screws(A), (B), (C) clockwise or counterclockwise until the gap of the lower tape edge and the lower edge of the control head is about 0.25 mm. (Refer to Fig. 4. and 5.) Fig.

(BAD)
6 Tape Guide Check

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c. Audio azimuth adjustment
I, Playback the alignment tape (ST-N1 1 2. Connect the channel-l scope probe to TP804. 3. Adjust screw (B) vertically to achieve maxrmum audro level. (See Fig. 4)

2. Linearity adjustment (S,%guide rollers adjustment)
Test Pornt : TP302 (Envelope) TP202 (H'D SW Pulse -Trigger) Test Taoe : (Mono Scooe ; 7KHz)

d. A/C head position (X-Point) adjustment
1. Playback the alignment tape ( ST-Nl). 2. Connect the CH-1 scope probe to TP202. 3. Connect the CH-2 scope probe to TP201 and trigger head switchrng pulse. 4. Set the tracking preset to "6 5 ms" using the tracking button A/V of remote control. (Refer to Fig. 7 and 8) 5. Connect the CH-1 scope probe to TP302 and the CH-2 scope probe to TP202 trrgger on CH-1. 6 Turn the screw (E) counterclockwrse (See Frg. 4). 7 Insert the adjusting driver (+) Into X-positron adjustrng gear Adjust the driver in erther drrectron for maxrmum envelope waveform. NOTE : Since the adjusting gear unit may be damaged, do not adjust by force when adjusting the X-point using the adjusting driver (+). After turn the X-point adjusting screw(D) counterclockwise a little, preform the adjustment After adiustiment is completed, tighten the screw. Fig. 9 Location of Test Point (Main PCB) 1 Playback the alignment tape (Mono Sccope ; SP) 2. Observe the video envelope signal on an oscilloscope triggered by the head swrtchrng pulse. 3. Make sure the video envelope waveform (In Its mrnlmum or maxrmum output) meets the specrfrcatron shown In Frg. 10. If It does not, adjust as follows ;

CH2 PROBE H'D SIW PULSE TP202 CHI PROBE CTL PULSE TPZOI

NOTE : a=Maximum output of the video RF envelope. b=Minimum output of the video RF envelope at the entrance side. c=Minimum output of the video RF envelope at the center point. d=Minimum output of the video RF envelope at the exit side.

Frg. 7 Tracking Preset Adjustment

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REMOTE BUTTONS

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CONTROL PULSE MOVEMENT

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b,dla 2 0.70 c/a 2 0.85

A
Tracklng

Fig. 10 Envelope Waveform Adjustment
.d PUSH

Fig. 8 Control Pulse Adjustment

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4. If the section A in Fig. 11 does not meet the specification, adjust the S-guide roller up or down 5. If the section B in Fig. 11 does not meet the specification, adjust T-guide roller up or down.

6 Slightly loosen the set screw at the lower part of the S, T-guide rollers with a (Hex Wrench - 0.9mm) so that the guide roller can be adjusted with reasonable tightness. (Refer to Fig. 12) -GUIDE ROLLER l==I

SET SCREW

Frg. 12 7. Playback the alignment tape (Mono Scope ; SP). 8. Connect an oscrlloscope CH-1 to TP302 and CH-2 to TP202 on the same PCB for tnggerrng. 9. Turn the gurde roller heads with a flat head (a) screw driver to obtain flat video RF envelope as shown In Frg. 13. 10. After the adjustment IS completed, tighten the set screws

ENVELOPE

Frg. 11 Adjustment Points

--H---1 L IDEAL ENVELOPE
"s" HEIGHT TOO HIGH

HE3
"S" HEIGHT TOO LOW TOO HIGH

"T" HEIGHT TOO LOW

GUIDE ROLLER IS)

GUIDE ROLLER (T)

Fig. 13 S, T-Guide Roller Height Adjustments

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3. Check for transitional operation from R.P.S to play
Check transition from R.P.S mode to play mode, using a prerecorded SP tape, make sure the entrance side of envelope comes to an appropriate steady state within 3 seconds as shown in Fig. 14.

5 Tape wrinkle check
1. Run T-l 60 tape in playback, FPS, RPS and the pause mode and observe tape wrinkle at each guide. 2. If excessive tape wrinkle i`s observed in the mode shown below, perform the associated adjustment shown below. a. Playback mode -Tape wrinkle at the S,T-guide roller section : Linearity adjustment. - Tape wrinkle at tape guide flange : A/C head assembly coarse adjustment.

If the envelope wavdorm does not reach specified peak-to-peak amplitude within 3 seconds, adjust as follows :
1. Make sure there is no gap between the supply roller lower flange and the tape.lf there is a gap, adjust the supply guide roller again. 2. Change operation mode from the R.P.S to the play mode again and make sure entrance side of envelope rises within 3 seconds.

Fig. 14 Video envelope rising when operation mode is switched from RPS to play mode.

4. Envelope check
1. Make recordings on T-l 20 and T-l 60 tapes, and make sure the playback output envelope meets the specification as shown in Fig. 15. 2. Playback a self recorded tape (recording made on this unit), (with a T-l 20) the video envelope should meet the specification as shown in Fig. 15. In SLP mode, (A) should be same as (B). If the head gap is wide, the upper cylinder should be checked.

B/A2 0.55 Bl g 150mV Fig. 15 Envelope Output and-output Level Difference

3-7

3-3. REEL TORQUE
3-3-l. Reel Torque
1. The rotation of the capstan motor operates the clutch ass'y through the capstan motor belt. 2. Brake operation and shift operation in FWREW are done by a slide lever. 3. Transmission of accurate driving force is done by gears. (clutch ass'y)

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F/E HEADI

3

f OSmm

MODE TORQUE g/cm

GAUGE

PBIREC RPS

1 OOf30 170f30

Cassette Torquemeter Cassette Torquemeter Torque Gauge

ARM - TENSION FULL ASSY CAM TENSION _ ADJUST SPRING __ TENSION
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FFIREW Min 300g/cm

TENSION BAND

:.`~~~E..`If.the.si>kd'is.~ut of above chart, replace the ,:t' :: : `,`,.Y. : ."...',, : c, .:l. u t: .c h as+ an~,tticx"recheck. : -. :..+.. ,: : :, .: . -I., .:. 5:.
3-3-2. Location of Tension Pole and Back Tension

Fig. 16 Tension Pole and Back Tension Adjustment

Adjustment
1. Remove the housing ass'y and set the deck to play mode. 2. Adjust the tension cam to 2.5-3.5mm from the center of the supply roller. 3. The back tension meter should be used for checking the back tension. Back tension, should be 41 - 51 g.cm. If it is not, adjust the tension cam. Counterclockwise : Torque UP Clockwise : Torque DOWN

Fig. 17 Back Tension Tape Torque Cassette

3-B

4-2. SERVO/VIDEO SECTION ADJUSTMENT

!. CCD COMB 1 "E-E"(Stop Mode), 2Vp-p color bar signal. (V. IN jack on the rear panel) !I D308 & VR301. !) * Push the "LINE IN" button on the remote control to receive LINE signal * Connect an oscilloscope's CH-1 to D308 and se1 the VCR to REC mode. * Adjust VR301 to make minimum color portion on the color bar signal.

I. Head Switching Point
I) "PB", Alignment tape color bars. ?) TP202 (H'D S/W), TP802Wideo out) & VR201. 3) * Connect an oscilloscope's CH-1 to TP202 fo triggering and CH-2 to TP802. * Adjust VR201 so that the head switching pcIi nt is positioned 6.5 + 0.5H from the V-SYNC Ic?ft edge as shown. sw3oHz
SWITCHING POINT

color noise
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19 < Before Adjust >
-6.5l-l f 0.5H-

7-i-,

< After Adjust >

(Main PCB-Top Side)

4-3

7-1. PACKING ASSEMBLY

7-2

7-5. HOUSING ASSEMBLY

H532 ' H531--

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7-6.

REMOTE CONTROL ASSEMBLY

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6. REPLACEMENT PARTS LIST
6-1. REPLACEMENT PARTS LIST FOR M-472,M-462,M-45
NOTE : 0 The PC board assembly with * mark is no longer available after the end of the production. 0 This parts listed on the base model M-472. For M-462,M-45 different parts only are I isted

on the difference list. IL /C N O
; .:j:

PARTS NO.

t..

R E P L A C E M E N T ' NO,

DESCRIPTION;SPECIFlCATION-

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- MECHANICAL PARTS 922 951 952 956 958 70790704 70790086

70790085
70790154 70790154

Al01 AlOlC Al 02A Al 04A Al 04C Al20 Al20A A701 A702 A704 8210 8251 8252 8253 8254 8255 8256 8257 8258 8259 8260 8261 8262 8263 8264 8265 8266 8267 8268 CB81A DTOIA H500

70790852 70790601 70790848 70790795 70790082 70790635 70790081 70790851 70790682 70790169 70790218 70790560 70790517 70790515 70790609 70790735 70790691 70790524 70790510 70790534 70790514 70790531 70790532 70790607 70790713 70790692 70790523 70790649 70790597 70790078 70790755 70790797

67008-130-l 71 67334-600-310 67304-l 03-410 67334-601-830 67334-601-830 69000-501-317 62724-0090-00 64042-0222-05 62002-0037-01 67158-240-l 63 63312-0163-00 67158-230-120 65003-0044-42 65231-0133-00 68654-604-720 67158-240-121 61641-0023-00 61473-0107-00 61473-0105-00 62724-021 l-00 61472-0104-01 66823-0059-00 61494-0009-00 61453-0003-00 61533-0095-00 61473-0102-00 61533-0090-00 61533-0091-00 62724-0207-00 67172-0173-00 66823-0060-00 61474-0103-00 63324-0299-00 62614-0014-00 67098-I 30-065 63323-0427-00 62052-0014-01

SCREW PH; +M3X3 FE FZY WASHER SLIT;Pl2.5XPl5XT0.5 WASHER-PLAIN;3.2X6X0.5 POLYSLIDER SLIT WASHER;2.5X9XO.5(RED) SLIT WASHER:~.~X~X~.~(RED) ASSY PANEL FRONT;M-472 MASK SPRING;SUS 304(GE/RCA) DOOR-CASSETTE;ABS94HB BLK M472 CABINET-TCP;TEXTURE TO.625 M-462 SCREW-TAP BH;2-4X16 FE FZB COVER-BOTTCM;SECC TO.5 W-IT SV-50 SCREW-TAP TITE BH;3XlO FE FZY PACKING CASE;M-472 SW3 A YEL CUSHION-F/B;EPS#58 M-461 T15 W442 L390 NITRCN BAG-SET;570X550X0,5T PAL SCREW-TAP TITE;BH +TB 3 L12 SWRCHl8A ZPC3 SLIDER-MAlN;FQvf T12.4 NAT GEAR-LOADING L ASSY;X-5 GEAR-LOADING R ASSY;X-5 SPRING-BRAKE CAF'STAN;ES SUS304WPB P10.4 GEAR-MASTER;PQvl(MSO-44) Z60 SP NAT MJTOR-D.D CAPSTAN;F2QTB04 BELT-CAPSTAN;CY-65 FR W2 T2 L88.6 CLUTCH-ASSY; LEVER-SLIDER PINCH;PBT T4 NAT GEAR-W#Rf#liEEL;PCM MO.55 257 SP NAT LEVER-SH I FT;PBT T2.5 LEVER-IDLER CHANGE;PBT T3.3 SPRING-LEVER SHIFT;TS SUS304WPB P10.7 ID UNIT-LOADING(ASSY);X-5 fv0TCR-LOADING ASSY;fQM+RF370C X-5 GEAR-WORM LOADING;PBT MO.55 Wo NAT HOLDER-SHAFT;PCM NAT BRAKE-CAPSTAN ASSY;FQJ X-5 SCREW TAP TITE BH;3XlO FE FZB HOLDER-TIMER;ABS 94HB BLK M-456 HOUSING-ASSY;X5FL263OB(TSB)

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:

0 The PC board assembly with * mark is no longer available after the end of the production. 0 This parts listed on the base model M-472. For M-462,M-45 different parts only are listed on the difference list. H510 H520 H521 H522 H523 H524 H525 H526 H531 H532 H533 H535 H540 H541 H542 H543 H544 H545 H550 HSS JKOIA LDGIA LD71A PT6lA PT62A S601A S602A T201 T202 T203 T204 T207 T208 T209 T210 T211 T212 T216 T217 T218 T219 T220 T221

mu.

~PAR+f$4cl~
70790581 70790645 70790641 70790540 70790542 70790618 70790618 70790541 70790579 70790530 70790617 70790539 70790583 70790578 70790565 70790616 70790538 70790620 70790504 70790179 70790420 70790648 70790786 70790647 70790647 70790642 70790642 70790557 70790556 70790592 70790596 70790595 70790594 70790608 70790522 70790520 70790549 70790613 70790537 70790615 70790686 70790567 70790569

REPLAfXMENT N O . DESf;RIPTIQN;SPECIFICATLON
62202-0103-00 63322-0317-00 63321-0314-00 61533-0102-00 61533-0104-00 62724-0220-00 62724-0220-00 61533-0103-00 62201-0102-00 61532-0101-00 62724-0219-00 61533-0100-00 62203-0104-00 62201-0101-00 61642-0032-00 62724-0218-00 61533-0099-00 62724-0222-00 61403-0073-00 67158-230-081 63014-0153-00 63323-0313-00 63324-0411-00 63323-0312-00 63323-0312-00 63322-0311-00 63322-0311-00 61574-0023-00 61574-0021-00 62613-0013-00 62614-0011-00 62614-0009-00 62614-0007-00 62724-0208-00 61474-0099-00 61474-0095-00 61543-0071-00 62724-0215-00 61533-0098-00 62724-0217-00 66603-0005-00 61643-0027-00 61643-0029-00 CMSSIS-UPPEf?;SECC Tl.0 NAT X-5 HOLDER-CASSETTE(ASSY);SECC X5FL0810A X-5 HOLDER-CASSElTE;SECC NAT 1/8H HRB 50 LEVER-LOCK(f?);SECC T1.2 LEVER-LCCK(L);SECC T1.2 SPRING-LEVER LOCK;ES SUS304WPB P10.2 ID2 SPRING-LEVER LCCK;ES SUS304WPB P10.2 ID2 LEVER-KEY CASSETTE;M(LUCEL NIOS-LD) NA CHASSIS-SIDE "L";ABS(HF-380) TIO BLK X-5 LEVER-LIGHT SHUTTER;PCM(LUCEL NlOS-LD) B SPRING-LIGHT SHUTTER;ES SUS304WF'B P10.2 LEVER-DOOR;PCM(LUCEL NIOSP-LD) BLK T5 CHASSIS-SIDE '"R""(ASSY);ABS X5FL0505A X-5 CHASSIS-SIDE '"R";ABS(HF-380) TlO BLK X-5 SLIDER-DAMPER;PCM(LUCEL NIOS-LD) T4 BLK SPRING-SLIDE DMPER;ES SUS304WPB P10.4 I LEVER-LID C!fENER;PCM(LUCEL NlOS-LD) NAT SPRING-LID 0PENER;TS MPB P10.55 108.9 0 SHAFT-ARIv!(ASSY);SUM24L X5FL0405A X-5 SCREW-TAP BH;2-3X8 FE FZY BRACKET-JACK;SPTE TO.5 HOLDER-LED;M HOLDER-C.B.C;ABS94HB BLK M-461 HOLDER-PHOTO;POM HOLDER-PHOTO;PCM HOLDER-TR;m HOLDER-TR;PQvl REEL-DISK L ASSY;PCM 030 X-5 REEL-DISK R ASSY;m D X-5 BRAKE-SUB L;PBT X-5 BRAKE-SUB R ASSY;PBT LUPOX EG 5000H X-5 BRAKE-MAIN L ASSY;PBT X-5 BRAKE+lAIN R ASSY;PBT X-5 SPRING-BRAKE MAlN;ES SUS304WPB PT0.35 ID GEAR-RELAY S ASSY;PEBAX MO.5 hM8 SP GEAR-RELAY(T);PEBAXY6333 MO.5 241 SP X-5 ARM-TENSION FULL ASSY;X-5 SPRING-TENSION;ES SUS304M'B P10.35 ID2.1 LEVER-REC S/W;PBT SPRING-REC S/W;ES SUS304 P10.23 03.5 L14 MAGNET-F/E HEAD;X-5 SLIDER-G/R ASSY(S);X-5 SLIDER-G/R ASSY(T);X-5 62

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NOTE : 0 The PC board assembly with * mark is no longer available after the end of the production. 0 This parts listed on the base model M-472. For M-462,M-45 different parts only are listed on the difference list.

[L/C NO.
T223 T224 T225 T226 T227 T228 T229 T230 T231 T232 T233 T234 T236 T237 T238 T300 T301 T303 TM401 U602A YlO4

PARTS NO.
70790561 70790687 70790562 70790535 70790551 70790533 70790529 70790610 70796161 70790566 70790614 70790714 70790559 70790805 70790623 70790746 70790776 70790708 70790715 70790081 70796352

REPLACEMENT NO.
61642-0022-00 66603-0006-00 61642-0024-00 61533-0096-00 61544-0073-00 61533-0094-00 61532-0093-00 62724-0212-00 62713-0054-00 61643-0025-00 62724-0216-00 67172-0174-00 61603-0006-00 63383-0031-00 62724-0239-00 69020-124-067 69000-400-204 67084-0076-00 67179-0194-00 67158-230-120 AC68-10707A

DESCRIPTION;SPECIFICATlON
SLIDER-RACK HGUSING;PCM T10.5 BLK MAGNET-ACE HEAD ALL(ASSY);X-5 SLIDER-PINCH;PCM T2 NAT LEVER-REVIEW;ZYTEL T3.8 BLK ARM-REVIEW ASSY;PPS X-5 LEVER-PINCH CAM;PC T5 X-5 LEVER-PINCH CQ'vlP;PBT T13.3 X-5 SPRING-PINCH(CCMP);TS SWPB PIl.0 ID6 0D8 PRISM-LED;PfvMA 05 IF-850 SLIDER-PUSH;LUPOX 2150 T2 NTR SPRING-SLIDE PUSH;ES SUS304WPB P10.55 D3 UNIT-PINCH ROLLER(ASSY);X-5 IDLER-ASSY;PCIv! X-5 STOPPER-TAPE;F'CM T2 NAT X-5 DECK SPRING-ARM PINCH;CS SUS304 WPB P10.4 ID7 CYLINDER ASSY;CX+D4N/TSB CYLINDER SUB ASSY;CX5-D4NITSB HEAD-BRUSH(ASSY);SECC20/2O+CARBON UNIT-TM BLCCK;TMVH2-A05A Vl NTSC SCREW-TAP TITE BH;3XlO FE FZY INSTRUCTION;(IQNER'S MANUAL M-472 ENG/SPA

- ELECTRICAL PARTS * U621 ICO2 ICO3 IClOl IC201 IC301 IC302 IC303 IC5Ol IC601 IC602 IC603 IC604 IC621 IC801 IC802 IC901 70796404 70796240 70795271 70796016 70796383 70796236 70796235 70796234 70796299 70796388 70795131 70796390 70795269 70796298 70795803 70795803 70796384 69657-301-277 ASSY MAlN;M-472 - INTEGRATED CIRCUITS 84161-0027 PHOTO-COUPLER;PC817FN ST A4008-0757 lC;S43lC/LM431C SIP TAPG A4008-0112 IC-REGULATION;KIA 7809P A4008-1247 IC;KA8334B QFP 60PIN TRAY 84012-0456 IC-LINEAR;LA7425 DIP BULK VIDEO-PROCESS 84012-0452 IC-LINEAR;LA7416 DIP BULK 84012-0299 IC-LINEAR;LC7975J DIP CCD B4012-0273 IC_LINEAR;LA7286 DIP ACOg-10450D IC-MCU;HD6433726SC65F M-672 62119-401-300 IC;KA8301(N.M) 84008-0264 IC-LCGIC;HEF4094BP/TC4094BP DIP A4008-0754 IC;KA7533 84012-0110 IC-LINEAR;XL24C02 DIP 62119-401-310 IC;KA8403 62119-401-310 IC;KA8403 A4012-0653 IC-LINEAR;KS55148-13 DIP BULK cM3S 24P - TRANSISTORS 6-3

NOTE : 0 The PC board assembly with * mark is no longer available after the end of the production. 0 This parts listed on the base model M-472. For M-462,M-45 different parts only are listed

on the difference list.

IL/C NO.
001
Q02 Q03 004 QlOl 0102 0103 0104 0201 Q202 0203 0307 Q309 Q310 0311 0312 Q314 0315 Q316 Q317 0318 Q501 Q502 Q503 Q504 0601 0602 Q603 0604 06101 Q6102 06103 Q6104 Q801 Q901 DO1 DO2 DO3 DO4 DO5 DO6 DO7

PARTS NO.
70795647
70795142 70795143 70795137 70795143 70795817 70795135 70795135 70795496 70795134 70795138 70795138 70795134 70795136 70795136 70795136 70795138 70796359 70795136 70795136 70795136 70795141 70795138 70795138 70795571 70795136 70795136 70795138 70795134 70795572 70795136 70795136 70795571 70795134 70795136 70796301 70796301 70796301 70796301 70795587 70795150 70795150

REPLACEMENT NO.
A4056-0027 62139-301-311 62147-401-835 62137-701-010 62147-401-835 62137-701-012 62137-302-441 62137-302-441 A4050-0001 62137-103-380 62137-701-013 62137-701-013 62137-103-380 62137-302-740 62137-302-740 62137-302-740 62137-701-013 62137-701-023 62137-302-740 62137-302-740 62137-302-740 62137-702-020 62137-701-013 62137-701-013 62137-701-020 62137-302-740 62137-302-740 62137-701-013 62137-103-380 62137-701-021 62137-302-740 62137-302-740 62137-701-020 62137-103-380 62137-302-740 - DIODES 84104-0094 84104-0094 84104-0094 84104-0094 84102-0006 62169-406-482 62169-406-482 6-4

DESCRIPTION;SPECIFICATlON
TRSWITCHING;KSC5039F 40W IOMHZ Sl/NPN TRANSISTOR;KTC 3203Y-AT(TAPG) TRANSISTOR;KSA 928A-Y TAPG TRANSISTOR;KSR 1001 TAPG TRANSISTOR;KSA 928A-Y TAPG TRANSISTOR;KSR 1003 TAPG TRANSISTOR;KSC 2328-Y TAPG TRANSISTQR;KSC 2328-Y TAPG TRANSISTOR;2SD 1468SQ TRANSISTOR;KSA 733-Y TAPG TRANSISTOR;KSR 1004 TAPG TRANSISTOR;KSR 1004 TAPG TRANSISTQR:KSA 733-Y TAPG TRANSISTOR;KSC 945-Y TAPG TRANSISTOR;KSC 945-Y TAPG TRANSISTOR;KSC 945-Y TAPG TRANSISTOR;KSR 1004 TAPG TRANSISTOR ;KSR 2004 TAPG TRANSISTOR;KSC 945-Y TAPG TRANSISTOR;KSC 945-Y TAPG TRANSISTOR;KSC 945-Y TAPG TRANSISTOR;KSC 1008-Y TAPG TRANSISTOR;KSR 1004 TAPG TRANSISTOR;KSR 1004 TAPG TRANSISTOR;KSR 2001 TAPG TRANSISTOR;KSC 945-Y TAPG TRANSISTOR;KSC 945-Y TAPG TRANSISTOR;KSR 1004 TAPG TRANSISTOR;KSA 733-Y TAPG TRANSISTOR;KSR 2002 TAPG TRANSISTOR;KSC 945-Y TAPG TRANSISTOR;KSC 945-Y TAPG TRANSISTOR;KSR 2001 TAPG TRANSISTOR:KSA 733-Y TAPG TRANSISTOR;KSC 945-Y TAPG DIODE-RECT;ERAl5-06 600V 1A T DIODE-RECT;ERA15-06 600V 1A T DIQDE-RECT;ERA15-06 600V IA T DIQDE-RECT;ERA15-06 600V IA T DIODE-FR;EGOlC(3,3)V 5OOMA(O,l)VS DIQDE;lN4148 SAJvISUNG DIODE;lN4148 SAMSUNG

NOTE : 0 The PC board assembly with * mark is no longer available after the end of the production. 0 This parts listed on the base model M-472. For M-462,M-45 different parts only are listed
on the difference list.

IL/C NO.
DlOI 0102 0103 D201 0202 0203 D204 0205 030 0301 D303 0304 D305 0307 0308 D309 D31 D3ll 032 033 034 035 D36 037 0501 D601 D603 0604 0605 D606 0607 D6101 D6102 D6103 0902 D903 0904 LD601 ZDlOl ZD102 ZD201 ZD202 ZD31

PARTS NO.
70735150 70796385 70796385 70795150 70795150 70795150 70795150 70795150 70795150 70795150 70795150 70795150 70795150 70795150 70795150 70795150 70795656 70795150 70796300 70796300 70795656 70796385 70795150 70795656 70795150 70795150 70795150 70796385 70795150 70795150 70795150 70795150 70795150 70795150 70795150 70795150 70795150 70796302 70795147 70795272 70795355 70795355 70795422

REPLACEMENT NO.
62169-406-482
A4104-0053 A4104-0053 62169-406-482 62169-406-482 62169-406-482 62169-406-482 62169-406-482 62169-406-482 62169-406-482 62169-406-482 62169-406-482 62169-406-482 62169-406-482 62169-406-482 62169-406-482 B4102-0047 62169-406-482 84102-0077 84102-0077 84102-0047 A4104-0053 62169-406-482 84102-0047 62169-406-482 62169-406-482 62169-406-482 A4104-0053 62169-406-482 62169-406-482 62169-406-482 62169-406-482 62169-406-482 62169-406-482 62169-406-482 62169-406-482 62169-406-482 84150-0286 62169-403-821 A4106-0062 62169-423-092 62169-423-092 A4106-0068

DESCRIPTION;SPECIFICATlON
DlCDE;lN4148 SAMSUNG DIODE-RECT;lN4002 IOOV 1A SI DIODE-RECT;lN4002 IOOV 1A SI DIODE;lN4148 SAMSUNG DIODE;lN4148 SAMSUNG DIODE;lN4148 SAMSUNG DICDE;lN4148 SAMSUNG DICDE;lN4148 SAMSUNG DIODE;lN4148 SAMSUNG DIODE;lN4148 SAMSUNG DIODE;lN4148 SAMSUNG DIODE;lN4148 SAMSUNG DIODE;lN4148 SAJvlSUNG DIODE;lN4148 SAhlSUNG DIODE;lN4148 SAMSUNG DIODE;lN4148 SAMSUNG DIODE-FR;ERA18-04 400V 0.8A 0.4US T DIODE;lN4148 SAMSUNG DIODE-SW;FML-G02S 200V 2.5A 40NS BULK DIODE-SW;FML-G02S 200V 2.5A 40NS BULK DIODE-FR;ERAl8-04 400V 0.8A 0.4US T DIODE-RECT;lN4002 IOOV IA SI DIODE;lN4148 SAMSUNG DIODE-FR;ERAl8-04 400V 0.8A 0.4US T DIODE;lN4148 SAMSUNG DIODE;lN4148 SAMSUNG DIODE;lN4148 SAMSUNG DIODE-RECT;lN4002 IOOV IA SI DIODE;lN4148 SAMSUNG DIODE;lN4148 SAMSUNG DIODE;lN4148 SWSUNG DIODE;lN4148 SAMSUNG DIODE;lN4148 SAMSUNG DIODE;lN4148 SAMSUNG DIODE;lN4148 SAMSUNG DIODE;lN4148 SAMSUNG DICDE;lN4148 SAMSUNG LED_INFRARED;GL381 Jl YEL 95ONM/3;5V DIODE-ZENER;h!TZ 5.18 DIODE-ZENER;UZP33B 30/36 5MA T DIODE-ZENER;MT 6.8B DIODE-ZENER;MT 6.88 DIODE-ZENER;UZP-18B 17119V 20MA T

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0 The PC board assembly with * mark is no longer available after the end of the production. l This parts listed on the base model M-472. For M-462,M-45 different parts only are listed on the difference list.

IL/C NO.
ZD32 ZD601 co2 co3 co4 co5 CO6 co7 CO8 co9 Cl0 Cl01 Cl02 Cl03 Cl04 Cl05 Cl06 Cl07 Cl1 Cl2 Cl3 Cl4 Cl6 c201 c202 C204 C205 C206 C207 C208 c209 c210 c211 c212 C213 C214 C215 C217 C218 c219 c220 c221

PARTS NO. 70795438 70796360
70795404 70795239 70795417 70795252 70795417 70795404 70795578 70795580 70795088 70796389 70795114 70795075 70795114 70795627 70796149 70796207 70795430 70796231 70795586 70795759 70795404 70796288 70795075 70795072 70796211 70795072 70796205 70796209 70796209 70796381 70795072 70795247 70796207 70795247 70795621 70795075 70795621 70795113 70796211 70796381

REPLACEMENT NO.
A4106-0076 62169-403-838 - CAPACITORS Al100-0536 All00-0423 All00-0580 All00-0450 All00-0580 A1100-0536 All04-0379 All04-0396 61417-110-224 81102-0277 61617-408-010 61407-117-104 61617-408-010 61637-504-101 61637-504-331 AllOO-0961 61627-204-220 81102-0279 61507-121-941 61507-121-411 A1100-0536 Al100-0745 61407-117-104 61407-117-101 All04-0609 61407-117-101 Al100-0958 Al100-0970 All00-0970 All04-0611 61407-117-101 All00-0444 Al100-0961 All00-0444 61617-405-470 61407-117-104 61617-405-470 61617-406-100 All04-0609 All04-0611

DESCRIPTION;SPECIFICATlON
DIODE-ZENER;UZP-43B 40/46V IOMA T DIODE-ZENER;MTZ27C C-CER/&llC;CKS 45 B 400V 101-K SC B 2G 101-K C-CERAMIC;CK45B 400V B 1032 16lSCE 2G 1032 16B, C-CER/%lIC;CK 45 B 400V T 3300-M SCF2G332Ml6BS C-CERPMIC;CK45B 400V 222M 121SC E 2G 222M 12BS C-CERf&!lC;CK 45 B 400V T 3300-M SCF2G332M16BS C-CER/%llC;CKS 45 B 400V 101-K SC B 2G 101-K C-ELEC;CE04F 200VT 820-M STXIKME-401105 C-ELEC;CE04H 200VT 4R7-M KMEISTX-25/105 C-CERAMIC HK;CK45B TAPG 500V 220-K C-FILM;CQ 922 M 50V T 103-J ECQBlHlOSJF3 C-ELEC;CEAP 50V 1M RSS(4X7) C-CERAMlC.AXIAL;CAX Y TAPG 16V 0.01-N C-ELEC;CEAP 50V 1M RSS(4X7) C-ELEC;CEAP 16V IOOM SG(6.3Xll) C-ELEC;CEAP 16V 330M SG(lOXl2.5) C-CERAMlC,CHIP;CK 73 Y5V 25V 104-Z C2010 C-ELEC;CEAP 16V 22M NP(6Xll) C-FILM;CQ 922 M 50V T 183-J ECQBiH183JF3 C+QLYESTER;CQ92lM TAPG C-POLYESTER;CQ921M TAPG 1OOV 332-J C-CERAMlC;CKS 45 B 400V 101-K SC B 2G 101-K C-CER&llC,CHIP;CK 73 Y5V 50V T 473-Z C20 C-CERAMIC.AXIAL;CAX Y TAPG 16V 0.01-N C-CERA/vllC.AXIAL;UP050F 1042 C-ELEC;CE 04 -40/85 35V T 4R7-M SRE 4X5 C-CERAMIC.AXIAL;UP050F 1042 C-CER!MIC,CHIP;CK OB Y5V 16V 103-Z 20X12 C-CERAMlC,CHIP;CK 08 Y5P 50V 820-K 20X12 C-CERAMlC,CHIP;CK OB YSP 50V 820-K 20X12 C-ELEC;CE 04 -40/85 16V T 100-M SRE C-CER&llC.AXIAL;UP05OF 1042 C-CERAMIC.CHIP;UCN 053 Y 102M IOOOP C-CERAMIC,CHIP;CK 73 Y5V 25V 104-Z C2010 C-CERAMIC.CHIP;UCN 053 Y 102M IOOOP C-ELECTROLYTIC;CE04W TAPG 25V 47M(RSS 6.3X C-CERPMIC.AXIAL;CAX Y TAPG 16V 0.01-N C-ELECTF?QLYTIC;CE04W TAPG 25V 47M(RSS 6.3X C-ELEC;CEAP 35V 10M RSS(5X7) C-ELEC;CE 04 -40185 35V T 4R7-M SRE 4X5 C-ELEC;CE 04 -40/85 16V T 100-M SRE 6-6

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