Superb rendition. Drawings (schematics) complete and unabridged. I do a great deal of vintage audio restoration. Documentation is essential for successful repairs. I have found sources over the years that offer good documentation, but rarely all that is necessary. Owner's Manuals has filled that void with complete and legible documentation. They have narrowed my "favorites" to a more manageable collection. This Denon manual in particular contained the latest revisions level, and offered alterations favorable to updating the item. The Illustrated Parts Breakdown (IPB) was well enough detailed to simplify part symbols and physical locations. You will not be disappointed!
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Disassembly and Reassembly
4-3-3 PCB Removal
1. Refer to the Fig. 4-4. 2. Remove the wire (1P) from the chassis mounting. 3. Pull the PCB guides backwards. 4. Lift both edges of the PCB and pull out.
1. Ensure that the PCB is well positioned in the PCB guides. 2. The power cord must not touch the heat-sink, D73. 3. The PCB guide is part of the chassis mounting ; if a new PCB guide is needed, the complete chassis mounting must be replaced.
4-3-4 SNAPIN Removal
Fig. 4-7 Press the SNAPIN (b) with thumb ; pull the left holder-bracket (a) with index finger