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KLH Model 35 AM/FM turntable combo

Have a KLH Model 35 AM/FM turntable combo, and I am repairing some damaged components on the power supply inside. Looking for a wiring diagram. Does anyone have the Service Manual and are you willing to scan and share the schematic ? Thanks.

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SOURCE: My KLH subwoofer (model ASW8-120B) has stopped

It's unlikely that you can find a shop to repair it for less than the replacement cost ($75ish for a comparable KLH or Sony sub)

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Schematic Diagrams for KLH ASW10-120

After acquiring a fried KLH ASW10-120, I write to the tech folks at KLH and they sent me the upper and lower board schematics. I asked if I could publish them online, and explicitly asked if I could share them on, and they gave me permission to do just that.

Here's the lower board, which has the power supply:
KLH ASW 10-120 subwoofer schematic - lower board

Here's the upper board:

KLH ASW 10-120 subwoofer schematic - upper board

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Free schematic diagram

You may not be able to get a schematic. You need to be able to troubleshoot electronics without a schematic. Check where the AC cord connects to the circuit board. In general there should be a fuse and a transient suppressor. Next will be the transformer if there is one or rectifier diodes. These usually fail in a lightning strike. There is also the probability of other component failures, but you won'y know that until you repair these components.

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Fisrt check that there are no crumbs or other obstructions on the floor of the oven that would prevent the turntable assembly from rotating properly. Also try removing the plate and lifting up / checking the drive assembly inside the oven cavity to make sure that the turntable drive mechanism has not become disengaged from the motor shaft underneath.

If your problem is not something inside the oven cavity itself, then it may be the result of a simple loose wire to the turntable motor, or it may be a completely burned out motor altogether. Unfortunately the only way to determine the exact source of the problem for sure is to disassemble the unit and troubleshoot the components and connections inside.

A microwave contains a number of very hazardous components such as the main capacitor which can deliver lethal shocks even after the unit has been unplugged. Extreme care should be taken in the disassembly and maintenance of any microwave oven and should be left to a trained technician whenever possible.

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The turntable drive motor is listed as part number 27 on the diagrams. Here is a link to the part details including price for that item if required:

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Hi i'm attempting to repair (with no prior experience or knowledge) a zenith solid state turntable. The only names on it are "allegro sound system" model 169570 and it is an antique style...

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