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Old 15th February 2006, 09:22 AM   #41
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Q: I took a look at the servo board. In addition to 2 obvious solder hills covering griplets, I noticed that a couple of the axial caps and at least two wire links had large solder mounds at one end. Do these also cover griplets and should these also receive the treatment ?
See attachment. I think I have marked all the gripleta and through holes.

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Old 15th February 2006, 09:35 AM   #42
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See attachment. I think I have marked all the gripleta and through holes.

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Thanks poynton, yep - those look like the ones at the ends of wirelinks and axial caps.
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Thanks poynton, yep - those look like the ones at the ends of wirelinks and axial caps.
There are also many on the decoder pcb. Have you done those as well?

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There are also many on the decoder pcb. Have you done those as well?

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Not done any yet, but earmarked for this weekend. Replace all on both boards.
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BTW - while the lid is off I want to try and fix a problem with the drawer mostly not fully retracting. The poor thing has to be helped to close. I'm guessing this is the rubber belt from the motor to the sled mechanism slipping.

Has anyone found a cure ? The belt appears to be tricky to remove without taking aprt the whole motor casework.
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BTW - while the lid is off I want to try and fix a problem with the drawer mostly not fully retracting. The poor thing has to be helped to close. I'm guessing this is the rubber belt from the motor to the sled mechanism slipping.

Has anyone found a cure ? The belt appears to be tricky to remove without taking aprt the whole motor casework.

This fault rectifies itself with heavy use.
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Old 17th February 2006, 09:00 AM   #47
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Hy can anibody help me with some schematics or another documents about CD 104 ?
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Hy can anibody help me with some schematics or another documents about CD 104 ?

http://user.planetaclix.pt/
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Old 17th February 2006, 09:41 PM   #49
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If that site sends you a 3MB version then it is incomplete. I have the (Ihope) complete manual. I can send it but it is 10MB.

Let me know....

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If that site sends you a 3MB version then it is incomplete. I have the (Ihope) complete manual. I can send it but it is 10MB.

Let me know....

Jeroen
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I would like a copy if you can send it to me.

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