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SHARI= SERVICE MANUAL tE

ATSM880079RCS

Cassette Tape Recorder


with Built-in Radio

MODEL
GF4760A
GF-1770A
GF4760X
GF-1770X

SPECIFICATIONS

j GENERAL / j TAPE RECORDER SECTION 1


Type: Portable monophonic cassette tape Type: Half track monophonic cassette
recorder with FM/AM 2-band radio tape recorder
Power source: AC. 110 - 12OVl220 - 2 4 0 V Tape: Philips type compact cassette tape
50/60 Hz (GF-1760X, GF-1770X) Tape speed : 4 . 8 cmisec (l-7/8 i.p.s.)
A C . 24OV, 50160 Hz (GF-1760A, Frequency response: 80 - 10,000 Hz
G F-l 770A) Recording system: DC bias
DC. 6V (Four UM/SUM-1 batteries) Erasing system: DC erasing
Speaker: 10 cm (4”) Permanent Dynamic W o w & flutter: 0.3% W.R.M.S.
Speaker S/N ratio: 38 dB
Output power: 2 0 0 0 mW, music power output
Semiconductors: 1 IC j RADIO SECTION j
8 Transistors Frequency range: AM: 525 - 1605 kHz
10 Diodes FM: 87.6 - 108 MHz
Dimensions: W idth: 280 mm (11”) Intermediate frequency: AM: 455 kHz
Depth: 84 mm (3-I /4”) FM: 10.7 MHz
Height: 205 mm (8”)
Weight: 2.1 kg (without batteries)
4.6 Ibs.
Input terminals: External microphone socket (EXT.
MIC)
Output terminal: External speaker socket (EXT. SP
4 ohm)
Other terminals: Mains power supply socket (AC
INPUT)
LAYOUT OF PARTS

Playback key-+----

Stop key A

Eject key/
Mode selector

V o l u m e control

_ Tuning control

- Built-in Microphone
Cassette _L
compartment

Mains voltage
- selector (GF-1760X
and GF-1770x Only)

- AC power supply socket

Figure 2-1

Telescopic rod antenna

Iv lonitor switch-
-External microphone socket

- ‘&&?rna\ speaker socket

Battery compartment

Figure 2-2

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DISASSEMBLY

BACK CABINET REMOVAL (Refer to Figure 3-l) PRINTED WIRING BOARD REMOVAL
1, Take out the cassette tape from the cassette compartment. (Refer to Figure 3-2)
2. Remove the battery compartment lid and take out four 1. Remove four (4) screws retaining the main P.W. Board
(4) batteries and main switch P.W. Board.
3. Remove the tuning control, and volume control knobs.
4. Remove five (5) screws retaining the back cabinet and
lightly open it.
5. Disconnect the antenna lead wire and battery lead from
the battery terminals.
6. Then the back cabinet can be removed

Figure 3-l Figure 3-2

MECHANISM BLOCK REMOVAL


(Refer to Figure 3-3)
1. Remove three (3) screws retaining the mechanism block.

Figure 3-3

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T O R Q U E A D J U S T M E N T (Refer to Figure 6-1, 6-2
and 6-3)
1 Set the torque measuring reel to the turntable (to the
take-up side at play or fast forward mode and to the
supply side at rewind mode). Turntable
2. Then, rotate the reel in the same direction as for turntable
and read the torque value when the pointer is stabrlized.
3. Normal torque values are tabulated below.

Mode Torque Value


Play 4 0 - 60 grcm
Torque measurrng
Rewind 4 0 - 60 or.cm

1 Fast Forward 40 - 60 gr.cm 1

4. If the above value is not satisfied, adjust the plate (indi-


cated “Adjustment Point”) by rotating ir.
5. Torque value varies 2 - 3 gr.cm by one step (Figure 6-2
and 6-3) Figure 6-l

Adjustment point

J Figure 6-3
Figure 6-2

AUTO STOP ADJUSTMENT


(Refer t9 Figure 64)

Make sure that the auto stop mechanism acts rightly at the
tape end.
If not, adjust the auto stop lever stroke as indicated right.

Figure 6-4

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MECHANICAL ADJUSTMENT

RECORD/PLAYBACK HEAD AZIMUTH ADJUSTMENT


(Refer to Figure 5-l )

1. Playback a standard tape recorded with 6.3k Hz signal on


the tape recorder.
2. Connect a 4 ohm (ZW, 5%) dummy load resistor to ex-
ternal speaker socket and connect V.T.V.M. across the load.
3. Adjust the adjusting screw so that the playback output
voltage of the recorded tape becomes maximum.

RECORD/PLAYBACK
HEAD

External
speaker
Play mode socket IJlOl)

6 . 3 kHz
Recorded
Tape

. 4ohm
/ Playback 12Wb
Head

Figure 5-I

PRESSURE ROLLER PRESSURE ADJUSTMENT


(Refer to Figure 5-2)

1. With power supply turned on, push the point A with


use of tension gauge to make the pressure roller apart
from the capstan shaft. Then, gradually release the tension Point A
gauge and read its value when the pressure roller stops Roller ,Lever Spring
to rotate.
2. It is normal when the tension gauge reads 370 grams to
470 grams. If the above value is not satisfied, adjust the
pressure roller lever spring.

\
Tension gauge

Figure 5-2

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VOLTAGE SELECTION (GF-1760X and GF-1770X)
(Refer to Figure 4-l 1

Before operating the unit on mains, check the pre-set


voltage. If the voltage is different from your local
voltage, adjust the voltage as follows. Slide the voltage
selector in either direction with a minus headed screw-
driver to match the local mains supply voltage.

Figure 4 - l

DIAL CORD STRINGING

Pointer
/

Pullev

Figure 4-2

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MAIN SWITCH POSITION ADJUSTMENT
(Refer to Figure 7-1 and 7-2)
While the unit in stop mode, adjust the main switch (SW4)
position as illustrated in Figure 7-1 and 7-2. After finished
adjustment, check the main switch operates normally.

MAIN SWITCH
Opened (SW4)
/

Slip Rol ler Assembly


I@ I

Figure 7-l Figure 7-2

FLYWHEEL THRUST CLEARANCE ADJUSTMENT


(Refer to Figure 7-3 and 7-4)
In Figure 7-3 and 7L4 adjust the setting position of the
thrust Adjustment pad to make flywheel thrust clearance
0.1 - 0.3 mm.

Adjustment pad

Normal
ii

Figure 7-3 Figure 74

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ELECTRICAL CHECK

PLAYBACK SENSITIVITY CHECK (Refer to Figure 8-l)

1. Connect a 4 ohm (2W, 5%) dummy load resistor to external 4. Place the unit in play mode with the volume control
speaker socket (JlOl) and connect V.T.V.M. across the at maximum.
load. 5. If the playback sensitivity is normal, the reading on the
2. Set the mode selector switch (SWI) to “TAPE” position. V.T.V.M. should be approximately 0.N.
3. Insert the test tape (MTT - 112 SP. 333 Hz, -20 dB
recorded)

Oscilloscope
I I
V.T.V.M.
External I I
speaker r-----I I/ITT42
socket (JIOI)
PLAY MODE

TEST
TAPE 1 4ohm
MTT WV)
IIZSP I

Figure 8-1

RECORD AMPLIFIER SENSITIVITY CHECK (Refer to Figure 8-2)

1. Connect a 4 ohm (2W, 5%) dummy load resistor to external 4. Connect the signal generator for 1 kHz, -60 dB (0 dB:
speaker socket (JlOl) and connect V.T.V.M. across the 1V) to external microphone socket (J102).
load. 5. If the record sensitivity is normal, the reading on the
2. Set the mode selector switch (SWI) to “TAPE” position. V.T.V.M. should be approximately 520mV f 2 dB.
3. Insert the tape.

Oscilloscooe
External
External V.T.V.M.
speaker
IV microphone rnrl,n+
a”,,\,; I\dI1 I”
n’
1 )
socket (J 102)
Signal generator

0 o--
0 *-
4 ohm
1 kHz (2W)

Figure 8-2

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EQUIVALENT CIRCUIT OF IC (ICl)

I C I : 92LIC-035 (HA1361)

INPUT

I
E-

I --r&
4, WC--

8
L ---c
GND

Figure 9

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GENERAL ALIGNMENT INSTRUCTIONS

Should it become necessary at anytime to check the align- 3) Attenuate the signals from the generator enough to swing
ment of this receiver, proceed as follows; the most sensitive range of the output meter.
I) Connect an output meter across the speaker voice coil lugs. 4) Use a non-metallic alignment tool.
2) Set the volume control at maximum. 5) Repeat adjustments to insure good results.

ALIGNMENT POINTS

TP2 TPI

TC2

TCI

TP3

TC3

Tl

T6

T2 T3 Tb4 TP6 Jlbl Jlb2

Figure 10

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AM ALIGNMENT CHART
1. Set the Band Selector switch at “AM” position.

STE
TEST SIGNAL GENERATOR
- r RECEIVER
ADJUSTMENT
;TAGf CONNECTION TO INPUT SIGNAL
DIAL SETTING REMARKS
RECEIVER FREQUENCY
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IF Connect signal generator 455 kHz. (400 Hz, T4
through a 1OK ohm resistor 30%. AM modulated.) T5
to the antenna tuning capaci- T6
tor.
Sround lead to the receiver
chassis.
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Use radiation loop. Loop Exactly 510 kHz. Tiijii Sameassw 1. Adjust the AM
of several turns of wire, or 1400 Hz. 30%. AM oscillator coil
place generator lead close modulated.) (L8).
to receiver for adequate
signal pickup. Connect
generator output to one
Band end of this wire.
Cover i
3 age Same as step 2 Exactly 1650 kHz. High end of dial Same as step I. Adjust the AM
(400 Hz, 30%, AM [minimum capacity) oscillator trim-
modulated.) mer (TC3j.

A Same as step 2 Exactly 600 kHz 600 kHz Adjust the AM an-
1400 Hz, 30%, AM tenna coil iL7).
modulated (See NOTE A.)
Track
ing ,r Same as steo 2. I- Exactly 1400 kHz
(400 Hz, 30%, AM
1400 kHz Adjust the AM
antenna trimmer
modulated.) (TC4).
(See NOTE A.)
i
Repeat steps 2, 3, 4 and 5 until no further improvement can be made

Check the alignment of the receiver antenna coil by bringing requires less inductance. Change loop inductance by sliding
a piece of ferrite (such as a coil slug) near the antenna loop the bobbin toward the center of ferrite core to increase
stick, then a piece of brass. if ferrite increase output, loop inductance, or away to decrease inductance.
reauires more inductance. If brass increases output, loop
FM ALIGNMENT CHART

Set the Band Selector switch at “FM” position.

SIGNAL GENERATOR RECElVER


TEST
iTEP
INPUT SIGNAL
T ADJUSTMENT
STAGE CONNECT!ORI TSS REMARKS
DIAL SETTING
RECEIVER FREOUENCY

Connect signal generator Exactly 10.7 MHz iigh end of dial Connect V.T.V.M 3etune 12, T3
througil a 5PF capacitcr (400 Hz, 30%. F M [minimum capacity) across the resistor Tune Tl for
1 IF to the emitter of Q2. (TP3) modulated) R28 naximum
Connect generator ground indication.
lead to the receiver chassis.

t
i
I Exactly See NOTE B See NOTE B.
Ratio 10.7 MHz. Same as step 1.

T
Same as step 1.
2
Detector (Unmodulated)
+
Connect signal generator Exactly 87 MHz. Low end of dial Adjust for maxi- Adjust the FM
throught a FM dummy, (400 Hz, 30%, FM (maximum capacity) mum output speaker oscillator coil L5 &
including output impedance modulated) voice coil lugs. L6.
of signal generator to the
Band
rod antenna. (TPl)
Coverage
(Refer to Figure 12-l)
Ground lead of generator
connected to the receiver
chassis.
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Same as step 3. Exactly 109 MHz. High end of dial Same as step 3. Adjust the FM
(400 Hz, 30%. FM (minimum capacity) oscillator trimmer
Band modulated) TCI.
Coverage

Same as step 3. Exactly 88 MHz. 88 MHz Same as step 3. Adjust the FM RF


(400 Hz, 30%, FM coi! 12 & L 3 .
modulated)
Tracking
ng
se

Same as step 3. Exactly 108 MHz. 108 MHz Same as step 3. Adjust the FM RF
(400 Hz, 30%. FM trimmer TCZ.
modulated)
6 Tracking

7
1
Repeat steps 3,4, 5 and 6 until no further improvement can be made.
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1) ConnectV.T.V.M. (0.1 volts range DC scale) across the 3) Change signal generator frequency 10.7 MHz + 100 kHz
resistor (R39). and -100 kHz approximately.
2) Adjust 13 for 0 volt on V.T.V.M. 4) Adjust T2 for balanced peaks. Peak separation should
be approximately 200 kHz.

TO ANTENNA

R I - 37.5 ( o h m )
’- 75 (ohm) <R2 s 7 5 (ohm )

* TO C H A S S I S G R O U N D .
z = OUTPUT IMPEDANCE OF SIGNAL GENERATOR

Figure 12-1 FM DUMMY

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- -.--mm
QI 2SC 1417G 02 2X 1417F 08 2SC458D
FM ANT
FM RF AMP FM CONV.

T I I I V' +- I SF? I lC36

BUILT
IN MIC 6.0”
3
MAIN AMP

SWP-A SWP-E
REC - PB
sw2-a SWP-c p
ci
I,!
I

Q7 2SC458C
MIC MIX AMP ’ 3*.0-.9w ,“,. ^
VOLUME

SW1 (6-D): Mode selector (FM/AM/TAPE) switch shown SW3 : Monitor switch shown in
in “AM” position. sw4: Main (motor) switch she’
SW2 (A-F) : Record/playback switch shown in “record” sw5: AC/BATTERY selector sw
position. Y” position.
SW6 : Mains voltage selector s’
24OV” position. (GF-1761

(Specifications or wiring diagrams of this model are subject to change for the improvement witho
Figure 13 SCHEMATIC

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c1417G 04 2SCl417G Q5 2SCl417G
I IF AMP FM/AM IF AMP FM/AM IF AMP

SW5
AC- BATTERY
SELECTOR

SW4
MAIN SWITCH

\
\
\
\
-- L

h shown in “ON” position. * : Printed Resistors


switch shown in “OFF” position.
’ selector switch shown in “BATTER-

selector switch shown in “220--


l Be sure to use regular parts for securing the safety and reliability of the set.
In. (GF-1760X, GF-1770X) Parts marked with ” LL ” and parts crosshatched (in black) are especially
important for maintaining the safety and protecting ability to the set.
ment without prior notice.) Be sure to replace them with parts of specified part number.

CHEMATIC DIAGRAM

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-~_. __..-_--.- - - I - - - - -
I - mode switch

ROD ANTENNA

Figure 15 WIRING SIDE OF

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I I f-1 I

NG SIDE OF PRINTED WIRING BOARD


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GF-1770A

Figure 17 CABINET EXPLODED VIEW


II7

139--- - 138
I
II8
124 _//__i

2 3

Figure 19 MECHANISM EXPLODED TOP VIEW

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107

108

143

Figure 20 MECHANISM EXPLODED BOTTOM VIEW

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PARTS LIST
REF.
NO.
PART NO. D E SC R I P T I ON jC()DE~ REF.
NO PART NO. D E S C R I P T I ON

14 92LSHAFT035B Stud, Handle 4c 118 92LMCL-REL025 Turntable, Supply


15 92LLlD035 Lid. Battery Compartment 40 119 NFLYC0067AFZZ Flywheel
(GF-1760X and GF-1760A) 120 92LBELT025 Belt, Drive AC
92LLID119A Lid, Battery Compartment I4E 121 92LM-BUTON113A Key, Function/Eject AF
IGF-1770X and G F-l 770A) 122 SZLM-BUTON113B Key, Record AG
16 92LS-S-CHS113A Chassis, Switches Retaining 4K ) 123 92LMC-BLEV035A Lever, Function/Record Key AC
17 92LDIAL-P113A Back Plate, Dial 4F 124 QZLMC-SUPT035A Key Guide Block AD
(GF-1760X and GF-1760A) 125 92LMCBLEV035B Lever, Eject Key AC
92LDIAL-PIISA Back Plate, Dial 4D 126 MSPRT0505AFFJ Spring, Record Lever AB
IGF-1770X and GF-1770A) 127 MSPRT0504AFFJ Spring, Slip Roller AB
18 Pulley. Dial Cord
19
92LROLLOO9
92LWHEL035 Drum, Dial Cord
I ’48
4D
128
129
92LMC-CUSN025B
MSPRT0500AFFJ
Cushion. Rubber
Spring, Pressure Roller Lever
AB
AB
20 92LSHAFT035A Tuning Shaft, Dial Cord 4C 130 MSPRC0134AFFJ Spring, Head Azimuth AA
21 92LPINT113A Pointer 4D 131 MSPRD0172AFFJ Spring, Sub-chassis Returning AB
22 MSPRCOOI 1AFZL Spring, Dial Cord 4A 132 MSPAT0502AF F J Spring, Function Key Release AB
23 92LFELT113A Felt, Mode Selector Switch 48 Lever
24 92LKNOB113A Knob, Tuning Control 4K 133 92LMC-R/PHD025 Head, Record/Playback AP
IGF-1760X and GF-1760A) 134 92LMCEHD025 Head, Erase AK
92LKNOBl ISA Knob, Tuning Control 4K 135 92LM-MOTORl13A Motor, 6V, DC AV
IGF-1770X and GF-1770A) 136 SZLMC-CUSN025A Cushion, Rubber, Motor AB
25 92LKNO5113B Knob, Volume Control 4F 137 LX-BZ0223AFFD Screw, Motor Retaining AA
(GF-1760X and G F-l 760A) 738 MSPRT0528AFFJ Spring, Fast-folward/Play/ AA
92LKNOBllSB Knob, Volume Control 4F Stop Key
IGF-1770X and GF-1770A) 139 MSPRT0529AFFJ Spring, Rewind/Eject Key AA
26 92LKNOB113C Knob, Mode Selector Switch 4c 140 LX-BZ0262AFZZ Screw, Hexagon Head AB
27 LXWZ1056AFZZ Washer, Handle it 141 LX-WZ9052AFZZ Washer, Oil Cut AA
28 92LSHLD035 Shield Plate, Tuner ,4A 142 XWHNZ21-02560 Washer, Thrust AA
29 92LR-ANT035 Telescopic Rod Antenna 4R 143 92LM.L-ClP035A Lock Plate AB
30 92LA-HOLDOOSA Holder, Bar Antenna 4C 144 XR ESJ20-04000 Stopper
31 92LIN-MIC-113A Built-in Microphone 4L
with Holder MISCELLANEOUS
32 PF LT.0423AFOO Felt, Speaker 4A
33 XWHNZ41-05080 Washer, Tuning Shaft 4A SW1
QSW-B0002AFZZ Switch, Mode Selector AH
34 LANGS0060AFFW Bracket, Speaker ’
(B-D) I
35 92LCONE-043 Connecting Wire 4E SW2 I
QSW-S0204AFZZ Switch, Record/Playback AF
36 QHWS-3001 AGFN Lug
j AA (A-F1 i
37 QLUGPOI IlCEFW Lug Term inal fi,A SW3 QSW-S0217AFZZ Switch, Monitor AD
38 QTIPZ0062AFZZ Tip AA SW4 QSW-FOlZlAFZZ Switch, Main (Motor) AE
39 92LSPECll IA Indication Panel, Model Spec. bS W 6 . QSWS0273AFZZ ) :‘1’ Switch, Mains Voltage ~eiectby W
IGF-1770A only) I,', ‘(GF-1.760X a n d GF-l,77OX);::
40 92LSHLD056 Shield Plate, Transformer ! JlOl 92LJACK035 Socket, External Speaker A;‘
J102 92LJACK035 Socket, External Microphone AE
Socket, Mains_Power +p@ly,,:;,
(SEE MECHANISM EX P L O D E D VIEW, TOP AND CiS&X& 1AGZZ.: -’ A!+
>,’ ,, ._ -y^*‘-../_, with AC/Batte& Selectorr, :;,‘lc
BOTTOM 1 .- 1, )- ,_.’ (I
_. ,y. I _;- ii
g2LSP-035A .‘/.,.- Switch-ISW5j
1< %__ ,... -Speaker, 4ohm .I ’ .( ^-“I
101 LCHSM0278AFZZ Chassis, Mechanism AQ SPl * ” AQ
102 LCHSSOI 25AFZZ Sub-chassis AH 92LDM-TAPE113A Demonstration Tape AN
103 92LMC-HDTBL025 Block, Head Mounting AC QPCGA0251AFOQ’. Adaptor far AC,+pply.Cord. AE’
104 92LMC-LEV035A Lever, Record Action AC QA~CZOO5lA~~~ A C SuppLy Card. ,,, AH
105 92LMCLEV025B Lever, Erase Proof ,,. ‘
, 1 @.3=-1760X and~GF4770~j)‘.
AC
106 LANGF0408AFFW Bracket, Flywheel AD QACC LD050AFOO; AC,.Supply Cord. *’ I AM
107 MSPRTO503AFFJ Spring, Auto Stop Lever A0 _ (GF-1760A andGF-l770&~~.
108 MLEVF079lAFFW Lever, Function Key Release AD 92LINST115A Operation Manual AH
109 MSPRP0180AFFW Plate Spring, Cassette AB IGF-1760X and GF-1770X)
Returning 92LINST116A Operation Manual AF
110 92LMC-LEV025C Lever, Auto Stop AC (GF-1760A and GF-1770A)
111 92LMC-LEV035B Lever, Eject AC 92LP-CASE 115A Packing Case (GF-1760X) AL
112 92LMC-SPAC025A Plate, Thrust Adjustment AB 92LPCASElZlA Packing Case (GF-1770X) AK
113 M LEV F0762AF FW Lever, Tape Contact AC SZLP-CASE116A Packing Case (GF-1760A) AK
114 92LMC-SPAC025B Contact. Tape AB 92LP-CASE141A Packing Case IGF-1770A)
115 92LM-S-ROL025 Slip Roller Assembly AK 92LP-AD113L Packing Add, Left AF
116 92LM-P-ROL025 Pressure Roller Assembly AF 92LP-AD113R Packing Add, Right AF
117 SZLMC-R-R EL025 Turntable, Take-up AC SZLBAGOOSA Polyethylene Bag for Ser
92LBAG002B Polyethylene Bag

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PARTS LIST
REF. REF.
PART NO. DESCRIPTION /C( 3DE PART NO. DESCRIPTION DDE
NO. NO.

Cl35 VCEAAU 1 EW335A 3.3MFD. 25V, +75 - 1 0 % Cl 14 VCKZPUlHF103Z .OlMFD


Cl 17 VCQYKUlHM102M .OOlMFD, 5OV. f20%, Mylar
CAPACITORS Cl24 VCCSPUlHL181K 18OPF. 5OV, +100/o, Ceramic
(Unless otherwise specified capacitors are 5OV, +80 -20%. Cl25 VCCSPU 1 H L681 K 68OPF, 5OV, +l 0%, Ceramic
Ceramic type.) Cl27 VCKZPUlHF103Z .OlMFD
C241,
VCKZPUlHF103Z .OlMFD
c9 VCCSPUl H L220K 22PF. 50V. *lo%, Ceramic C242 I
Cl0 VCCSPU 1 H L150K 15PF, 5OV. ilO%, Ceramic
RESISTORS
Cll,
VCKZPUlHF222Z .0022M F D (All resistors are 1/4W, &IO%, Carbon type.)
Cl2
Cl3 VCCSPU 1 H LBROD 8PF, 5OV. +0.5PF, Ceramic
Cl4 VCCSPUlHL180K 18PF, 5OV. ilO%, Ceramic
R6. VRD-SU2EY 101 K 100 ohm
R9 I
Cl5 VCCSPUlHL331J 33OPF, 5OV. ?5%, Ceramic
RI2 VRD-ST2EY105K 1 Meg ohm
Cl6 VCCSPUlHL150K 15PF, 5OV, flO%, Ceramic
R18 VRD-ST2EYlOlK 100 ohm
Cl7 VCKYPUlHB472M .0047MFD. 5OV.+2G’%.
RI9 VRDSU2EY4R7K 4.7 ohm
Ceramic
R29,
Cl8 VCCUPUlHJ5ROD 5PF, 5OV, iO.SPF, Ceramic, VRD-SU2EY 101 K 100 ohm
R31
UJ (Violet)
R33 VRD-SU2EY471 K 470 ohm
Cl9 VCCUPUlHJ4ROD 4PF, 5OV, ?0.5PF, Ceramic
R41 VRDST2EY820K 82 ohm
UJ (Violet)
A103 VRD-ST2EYlOlK 100 ohm
c20 VCCCPUlHH180K 18PF. 5OV. +lG%. Ceramic,
RI12 VRD-ST2EY472K 4.7K ohm
CH (Black)
R113 VRDSU2EY223K 22K ohm
c21 VCKYPUlHB472M .0047MFD, 5OV. 220%.
R114 VRD-SU2EY471 K 470 ohm
Ceramic
RI16 VRD-ST2EY 154K 150K ohm
c22 VCKZPUlHF103Z .OlMFD
R117 VRD-SU2EYlOOK 10ohm
c23 VCKZPU 1 H F333Z .033M FO
R118 VRD-ST2EY2R2K 2.2 ohm
C24 VCKYPUlHB222M .0022MFD, 5OV. +20%,
R119 VRDSU2EY181 K 180 ohm
Ceramic
C25, PICTORIAL PARTS
VCKZPUlHFlOBZ .OlMFD
C26 (SEE CABINET EXPLODED VIEW)
C27. 1 92LCAB 113A Cabinet Front (GF-1360X and AW
VCKZPUlHF223Z .022M FD
C28 GF-1760A)
c29 VCQYKUlHMlOSM .OlMFD, 5OV, f20%, Mylar 92LCABl ISA Cabinet Front (G F-l 770X and AW
c30 VCCSPUlHL5ROD 5PF. 5OV, *0.5PF, Ceramic GF-1770A)
c31 VCKZPU 1 H F102Z .OOlMFD 2 92LWINDI 15A Window, Dial Scale (GF-1760X AL
C32 VCKZPUl H F223Z .022M FD and G F-l 770X)
c33 VCCSPU1HL8ROD 8PF. 5OV, fO.SPF, Ceramic 92LWIND116A Window, Dial Scale
c34. (GF-1760A and GF-1770A)
VCKZPUlHF223Z .022M FD
C36 I 3 92LMIRR113A Decoration Sheet, Cassette AA
c37 VCQYKUlHMlOSM .OlMFD, 50V. ?20%, Mylar Compartment
C38, 4 92LBADGE113A Plate, Model Name AC
VCKZPUlHF223Z .022M FD
c40 I “S H A R P GF-1760”
c41 VCCSPUIHLIROC 1PF. 5OV. ?0.25PF, Ceramic 92LBADGEllSA Plate, Model Name AC
C42 VCCSPUlHL331K 33OPF, 5OV, ?l G%, Ceramic “SHARP GF-1770”
c43 VCCSPUlHLlROC 1PF. 5OV. *0.25PF, Ceramic 5 MSPRP0183AFFJ Spring, Cassette Holder AB
c45, Opening
VCKZPU 1 H F223Z .022M FD
C46 i 6 92LC-HOLD113A Cassette Holder AK
c47 VCQYKUlHM223M .022MFD, 50V,f20%, Mylar 7 92LPANEL113A Decoration Plate, Cassette AG
c49, Holder
VCCSPU 1 H L33 1 K 33OPF. 5OV. flO%, Ceramic 8
c50 92LCAB 115B Cabinet, Back (GF-1760X) AW
c51 VCQYKUlHM153M .OlSMFD, 5OV. *2Q%, Mylar 92LCAB1166 Cabinet, Back (GF-1760A) AW
c53 VCKZPU 1 H F222Z .0022MFD 92LCAB121 B Cabinet, Back (GF-1770X) AW
c54 VCCSPU 1 H L2ROC 2PF, 5OV. *0.25PF, Ceramic 92LCAB141B Cabinet, Back (GF-1770A) AW
c55 VCKZPUlHF223Z .022MFD 9 MSPRC0126AFFN Battery Spring, Negative Side AB
C56 VCCSPU 1 H L331 K 33OPF. 5OV. flO%, Ceramic 10 92LBTML113A Battery Terminal, Positive Side AB
c57 VCCCPUlHH2ROC 2PF, 50V. +0.25PF, Ceramic 11 92LHNDL-FR113A Handle AM
C58, 12 92LGR IP035A Handle Grip, Top AE
c59, VCKZPUlHF2232 ,022MFD. 50V (GF-1760X and GF-1760Al
C60 92LGRIPllSA Handle Grip, Top AE
Cl03 VCCSPU 1 H L2.21 K 22OPF, 5OV. 410%. Ceramic (GF-1770X and GF-1770A)
Cl04 VCQYKUlHM182K .0018MFD, 5OV. *IO%, Mylar 13 92LGRIP035B Handle Grip, Bottom AE
Cl06 VCQY KU 1 HM222M .0022MFD, 5OV. ?20??. Mylar (GF-I 760X and G F-l 760A)
Cl08 VCQYKUlHM102M .OOlMFD, 5OV, *20%. Mylar 92LGRIP119B Handle Grip, Bottom AE
Cl11 VCQYKUlHM333K .033MFD, 5OV. ?lO%, Mylar IGF-1770X and GF-1770A)
Cl12 VCCSPU 1 H L56 1 K 56OPF, 5OV, 210% , Ceramic

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REPLACEMENT PARTS LIST
“HOW TO ORDER REPLACEMENT PARTS”

To have your order filled promptly and correctly, please furnish the following information.
1. MODEL NUMBER 2. REF. NO.
3. PART NO, 4. DESCRIPTION

NOTES: Be sure to use regular parts for securing the safety and reliability of the set. Parts marked with ”A ” and parts cross
hatched (in black) are especially important for maintaining the safety and protecting ability of the set.
Be sure to replace them with parts of specified part number.

REF. REF.
PART NO. DESCRIPTION C ODt PART NO. DESCRIPTION ODI
NO. NO.

T2 SZLIFT-OllB FM Discriminator AD
INTEGRATED CIRCUIT T3 SZLIFT-OIIC FM Discriminator AD
T4 92LI FT-011 D AM 1st IF AE
ICl 92LIC035 Audio (HA1 361) AQ T5 92Li FT-011 E AM 2nd IF AE
AE
(CR
TRANSISTORS AT,
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01 VSZSC1417GJ.1 FM RF Amplifier (2SC1417G) AE


Q2 BSZSC1417F/-1 FM Converter (2SC1417F) A0 FILTER
Q3 VS2SC1417G/-1 FM 1st IF Amplifier AE
(2SC1417G) CFl QZLFILT-043 Ceramic Filter AE
Q4. FM/AM IF Amplifier
VSZSC1417G/-1 AE
05 I (2SC1417G)
06 VS2SC1417E/-1 AM Converter (ZSC1417E) AB CONTROLS
07 VSZSC458-Cl-1 Microphone Mixing Amplifier AB
(2SC458C) VCl Variable Capacitor, Tuning
08 VSZSC458-D/-l Automatic Frequency Control AB vc2 with Trimmers
12SC458D) vc3 TCl: FM Oscillator
vc4 TC2: FM RF
92LVC015 AT
TCl TC3: AM Oscillator
DIODES TC2 TC4: AM Antenna
TC3
Dl 92Ll N4148 FM Overload (1 N4148) A0 TC4
D3 92Ll N4148 AM Overload (lN4148) AB VFil 92LVR-035 10K ohm (A), Volume AK
D4 VHDl N34A/l/-1 AM Detector (I N34A) A0
D5.
VHDI NGO-PP/lG FM Detector (1 NGOPP) At3
D6 I ELECTROLYTIC CAPACITORS
D7 92Ll N4148 Automatic Level Control AB
(lN4148) c35 VCEAAUlCWlOGY 10MFD. 16V,+50 - 1 0 %
D9. c39 VCEALUlHW104M .lMFD, 5OV, +20%
92LW03A Power Rectifier (W03A) AE
D10 I c44 VCEAAUOJW 107Y 100MFD. 6.3V. +50 - 1 0 %
Dll, c48 VCEAAUlCWlOGY IOMFD, 16V.+50 - 1 0 %
92LlN4148 Static Protector (lN4148) AB
012 I C52 VCEAAU 1 AW227Y 220MFD. IOV. +50 - 1 0 %
Cl01 VCEAAUlCWlOGY 10MFD. 16V,+50-10%
Cl02 VCEAAUlHWlOSA lMFD, 5OV. +75 - 1 0 %
cot LS Cl05 VCEAAU 1 AW476Y 47MFD. lOV.+50 - 1 0 %
Cl07 VCEAAUI EW475A 4.7MFD, 25V. +75 - 1 0 %
Ll SZLCOILA-OIIA FM Antenna AC Cl09 VCEAAUlCWlOGY IOMFD, 16V, +50 - 1 0 %
L2, 92LCOlLR-035 FM RF AA
Cl10 VCEALUlHW224M .22MFD, 5OV. +20%
L3 I Cl13 VCEAAUlHW105A lMFD,50V,+75 - 1 0 %
L4 92LCO I LC-011 FM IF Trap AC Cl15 VCEAAUlHWlOSA 1MFD. 5OV,+75 - 1 0 %
L5. Cl 16 VCEAAU 1 EW335A 3.3MFD. 25V, +75 - 1 0 %
92LCO I LO-035 FM Oscillator AB
L6 I cl18 VCEAAU 1 EW475A 4.7MFD. 25V. 175 - 1 0 %
L7 92LCOILA.015 AM Antenna AH Cl20 VCEAAUOJWlO7Y 100MFD. 6.3V, +50 - 1 0 %
L8 92LCOiLO-015 AM Oscillator AE Cl21 VCEAAUOJW336Y 33MFD. 6.3V, +50 - 1 0 %
L9 92LCOILC-113A 47pH, Motor Noise Choke AD Cl22 VCEAAUOJW 107Y 100MFD. 6.3V. +50 -10%
LIO 92LCOILC.113A 47pH, Shock Noise Choke AD Cl23 VCEAAU 1 AW227Y 220MFD. lOV,+50-10%
Cl26 VCEAAUOJW477Y 470MFD, 6.3V. +50 -10%
Cl28 VCEAAUlCWlOGY IOMFD, 16V,+50-10%
TRANSFORMERS Cl29 VCEAAU 1 AW108Y 1000MFD. lOV,+50-10%
Cl30 VCEAAU 1 AW477Y 470MFD. lOV, +50 - 1 0 %
Tl 92LIFT.01 I A FM 1st IF AE Cl33 VCEAAUlHW105A 1MFD. 50V. +75 - 1 0 %

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