Question about Kenwood Audio Players & Recorders
Unfortunately, I do not have a schematic diagram. However, having delt with these kinds of problems on TVs, stereos, VCRs, etc., I would say, over 90% of the time, you won't need a schematic to figure out the problem. Chances are that a solder joint slightly cracked, and possibly broke a trace. I would inspect the circuit boards carefully, especially the legs of the transformers, relays, and capacitors. Unless you can find another owner, the schematics are usually hard to find, and when you do, they can be expensive, so I would try spotting some physical damage before expending the money for a schematic. You only need them maybe once every 10 or 20 years on these machines, normally. Good luck, hope you can see and fix the problem!
Posted on Apr 27, 2010
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