The ervice manual for my 1982 Kenwood KR-1000 receiver is great! Full detail on all circuits with part number detail. I will definately be ordering more manuals for my other vintage equipment! Order was fulfilled quickly! Very efficient ordering process! Thnaks for your help! Great site!
Everything in the manual was excellent except for a couple of pictures of specific areas in the unit that were a little dark. Owners Manuals re-sent the pdf file & the problem was corrected. Excellent product! George
This is the original manufacturers service manual, with detailed info on the circit boards, explosion drawings of all parts in assembly order, and tuning instructions. The only thing missing is the information on the dimensions of the various drive belts. mail me if you need them. gcrossman_at_aol.com
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Text excerpt from page 55 (click to view)
1 July 1991
5.2 DRIVE MECHANISM
[B] [F] [A] [D]
When the main motor turns, the rotation is transmitted from the development drive gear [A] to the development roller gear [B] through the development clutch [C]. (The rotation is transmitted to the development drive gear when the development solenoid [D] is de-energized.) Then, the rotation is transmitted from the development roller gear to the paddle roller gear [E] through the idle gear [F]. A gear [G] on the front end of the paddle roller shaft drives the auger gear [H] and the agitator gear [I]. The paddle roller shaft has a knob [J] on the front end so that it can be turned manually to exchange toner. The knob has a one-way clutch inside. The one-way clutch prevents the development roller from turning in the wrong direction. The development clutch solenoid energizes each copy cycle after image development is completed. This stops the rollers, reducing developer fatigue.