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I am repairing a Panasonic PLL-Multiplex Circuit 8 Track Recorder Model number SE-3170 for a couple that have been married 52 years. You can e-mail me at odgreenmachine17@att.net.

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robotek
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SOURCE: Hi there, Do you know

Hi there


You can get the quick start guide an the full manual from here

Good luck and happy recording!

regards
Graeme

Posted on Feb 28, 2008

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SOURCE: Recevier,8 track casset tape

Hi, I'm looking at the schematic and service manual for the Fisher 177. Each speaker must be connected between the "Main" and "Common" terminal for sound to come out of the speakers, there is a Main, Common and Remote terminal for both left and right speakers, for a total of 8 speaker terminals. These will be separate screw or push-in terminals, NOT standard RCA jacks. Try the AM radio first, since this is the part that will probably still be working if the tape machine and turntable have failed. The Power switch must be set to either "Main" or "Main and Remote" for the speakers to work. If still no sound, rip that selector switch back and forth several times to clean the internal contacts, also try the headphone jack. If still no output, "exercise" all controls back and forth several times to clean them as well. If still no luck, your unit needs service. I can scan you a copy of the service manual for $20 if needed (sorry, I'm in the business and have to charge something). Good luck! And yes, I take in repair work from all over the country - my flat rate to fully repair that unit would be $200 plus return shipping. My website is www.Barrys8TrackRepair.com No phone calls accepted, but the website does have my e-mail address.

Posted on Jan 02, 2009

Jahn27
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SOURCE: I need an owners manual

Select the language you want here and download the User Manual.

Posted on Oct 13, 2010

emissionwiz
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SOURCE: I need an owners manual

The manual for this product is not avail from us or any other source i use please contact Sanyo, here is the info to do that.

Contact SANYO North America Corporation
Digital Solutions Division
Service Group
(800) 421-6382
Monday - Friday, 7:30AM - 5:00PM PST

Posted on Oct 25, 2010

dunnbiker
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SOURCE: Need to know how to

Have you looked at the manual? It's basic hook-up.

Any source's Outs go to Ins on the receiver.

Tape recorders attach to tape loops (outs to ins).

Digital sources will not appear at analog outputs.

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