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ene SERVICE MANUAL KR-8010 (KR-8110) AM-FM STEREO RECEIVER oe CONTENTS EXTERNAL VIEW. 3 INTERNAL VIEW 4 DIAL CORD STRINGING 4 DISASSEMBLY FOR REPAIR 5 BLOCK & LEVEL DIAGRAM 8 CIRCUIT DESCRIPTION 8 DESTINATIONS’ PARTS LIST. 10 PARTS LIST. " ADJUSTMENT. 16 PC BOARD 16 ‘SEMICONDUCTOR SUBSTITUTIONS 7 SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM. 18 SPECIFICATIONS. 20 KRei10 ote: ‘The produce aro subjet te modiatlon in components aod cheats in dierent ours and regions This because each product must be std undor the bast Condition. The manual providesfarmaton of modification based onthe santa the US, (6 me convenience of aaering essoceted components and parts usA « coat e me v Euepe w vain t ‘Seandinaia t 1 ‘ther Areat my Audi Cb, KR.8110(M) EXTERNAL VIEW 18. Dial pointer assy Postion ineatng baerd Knob Panel ase Iear'ga800 teayo0ataa)' ieoesottas (23.0789-04) 20:0820.08) (023.0298-04) (27.0070.060 ? | rene jack Knot | Potendomete (EV1-0060-15) (k23.0293.08) (eon 809808) (123.0280-08) (noe.ao3e-05) (RO8-5036-05) 1W27.0070.04) (€11:0085-05) 1K23-0508-03) AM bac aotenne Slide switch AC outlat® Terminal boar {190:0083:08) {s51-2048081 —_[eos:0008.08 (€20:1208:08) (e13.0817-18) (e13.0651-157 (225:0088-08) Foote Uiz.001008) Power cont ‘Refer to Desnations Parts Us. INTERNAL VIEW/DIAL CORD STRINGING Powersupply PC board ast (07° 1600"10) (90-0007-08) Pot lap Preamp PC board ass'y ‘x08: 1640-101 Front and PC board as'y two2-0014-08) Fe tur Pts ay #$00-0008-08), (@30.0185.08) (830 0084-08), ‘efor to Destination’ Ports Lit DIAL CORD STRINGING 1. Fully open the variable capacitor 7. Tie the dial cord rigidly with the margin cord (about 10 2. Set thé dial pulley as illustrated, and fx it with a sorow. cm, described in 3, above) without permitting any slack 3, Tie the end of the dial cord and the dial spring. giving @ 8. Cut off the unnecessary part of the cord, and release the margin of about 10 cm dial spring from the boss. 4, Hook the spring on the boss. 8. Fully close the variable capacitor. 5, Dress the dial cord in the direction of "1" 102", and 10. Mount the dial pointer in position as illustrated. This wind it 2 turns around the dial shaft clockwise. setting should be checked by receiving 2 suitable 6, Dress the dial cord in the direction of "3" through “7”. broadcast station actualy and wind it one and half turns around the dial pulloy starting from its lower side, al putey ibisort-ra) FPuwnudhaliattal © it pointer assy 4 (ear“eont 08) ial shaft as (o20'0140.03), NG ‘Small putey ioisci72'08) DISASSEMBLY FOR REPAIR 1. PANEL ASS'Y Max (sap) ana! (N86: 2008:46) ional Ds S me a 3 o ~~ “Hexagonal boss an 8g 8 “i tn ee oe tobe anos. Scaso.ou W8 oxsoon Rear panel MB 10 (Laer ‘3. TERMINAL BOARD 2. PREAMP = tesa 382 1 or a tae =] heap ax 10 (Bitaph a —< 5 - . iwag-2010-48) (20120805) 801 DISASSEMBLY FOR REPAIR 5. REMOTE WIRE ASS'Y 2 ‘ae eet (00.0006-081 FRONT END COVER Remove Prosmp PC board assy Front and seoton can be chesked by opening the front ond frontend PC board ney (wo2-2014-08), 7a, REPLACEMENT OF FRONT END ASS'Y [1} Remove the aii pulley fom the shaft of the vorabie 3 7b, REPLACEMENT OF FRONT END ASS'Y (2) Fix the dat pulley onthe su pansl by 2 doth tape loth tape Te, REPLACEMENT OF FRONT END ASS'Y (9) Unlder he cle sections. ont end assy can be replaced. @. DIAL CALIBRATIONS’ LAMP. Remove te ere @ Toke ot te lao wi @ Evora the tab, and te se ean be raced 1e-/ ia js x 8 (Be-Tap) ame? owas Hee jenn The dl ctbrtene on be bows (gg0.0137-08), removed by eroving he dil DISASSEMBLY FOR REPAIR ‘98. POWER AMP (0) Remove th (2) Remove se Powor wap bl 7) eae 9 at ee: 310 a ' 39 (reap) a7. 3008-28), 10. REPLACEMENT OF POWER TRANSISTOR ‘11a, CONTROL AMP Control am PC board we'y can be checked by removing power 1b. CONTROL AMP Cont amp PC board can be removed 3¢ i Const amp PC ober sey BLOCK & LEVEL DIAGRAM eee ‘Sgi Tmeter ses a RL DE-EMPHASIS ofS HH Rais ar] 2 Gah cae ieee cia aoa = x dy : : = ee SELECTOR Smeter tot Og AM AM IC Sue 2 Sit SiB $16 oT iy AMEE AP Fgiay Skt 2 7s air oes C ge |e HEAD PHONE ‘co so 40 @_ avin 20 10 Frequency = 1 ke ° CIRCUIT DESCRIPTION FM SUPPORT CIRCUITRY In addition to the ofdinary muting circuit, KR-8O10's FM ‘section nas @ special support feature which switches a weak land noisy stereo broadcast into mono automaticaly. When the input signal is too weak. the voltage on pin 12 of ICa2 inereases 10 1.7V from, say. 0.2V in @ normal tunedin situation: and when the receiver is offtuned, the voltage increases up to, say, 4.BY. And these two cases'other then ‘he tunedin situation causes the collector voltage of Qg3 to ‘ise to, say. approximately 10V. Qg2 and Qg3 constitute 2 schumit circuit with Qg2 being set inthe ON state, and Qg3 set in the OFF stato. When the MUTING LEVEL selector Si2, is set t0 position “1” {consequently pin 11 of ICg2 is grounded), an-input lovel of less than 24 turns Qg2 ON. When the MUTING LEVEL selector Si2 is set to position "2" coupling pia 11 of ICg2 to nowhere, an input level of less than 10, twins Og2 ON. Og4’s base is controlled by the collector voltages of Qg3 and Ogi. When the collector voltage of O93 is “high”. Opis tured OFF. Asa result, the gate voltage of 097 {C8} goes down below OV. turing Og? OFF. Consequently, the signal ine is cut out Qgt combines a weak and noisy stereo signal into mono. and is tuned OFF for loss than 154V of input voltage. When Qo} is turned OFF, its collector voltage is set high to. say. 7¥. Qgt's collector is coupled to Og9's base vie Dg3. Therefore, O69 is tuned ON, whereas Qg6 is turned OFF. switching ICad inte the mone made. Whore Qg6 is turned OFF. the STEREO indicator goes off. The operation of gt does not affoct that of Qgé. Og10's base potential is OV when the MODE switch Sit is set to the STEREO position. and O.65V when i is sot to the MONO position. In other words. 910 turns ON when the MODE switch is sat ro the MONO postion. turning Qo ON nd Qg6 OFF, and shoring Og? 1g4 and 6, C99, and Rg30 constitute a pop noise canceling circuit for power ON/OFF operations. They momentaiy tun (Qgé OFF to bring Gag? (Qg8) into the OFF state 4a11223 Adoption of newly developed stereo demodulator IC A11223. (1) Features of HA11223 * Monolithic IC with DIL 16 pins © pilot cancelling function. * Low distortion (0.01% at 300mY mono} with 100% negative feedback circuit High input impedance (75%). 4 High S/N (86 dB at 300mY input) * Improved PLL circuit t0 minimize stereo sistortion in high frequency range. (0.06% at 10 kHz Main-ch input) (2) Operating Principle The composite signal is fed to the No.2 pin of IC. This signal passes through the preamplifier and is applied to the pilat cancoller, 100% NFB amplifier and sync detec: tor: also, itis applied to the phase detector £.90° via C988. When the control voltage is absont, VCO os- ollistes a frequency of approximately 76 kHz to produce ‘an output of 19 kHz at FF 38 kHz and FF 19 kHz 0°, which is compared in phase with the pilot signal by the phase detector 290°. In practice, this phase detector is @ multiplier from which an output proportional to the product of the 2 input signals (19 kHz pilot and 19 kHz VCO) is produced, provided the phase difference is nat 90° This output, after the unwanted components are ramov: ed by the low-pass fitor (Ca42, Coa, RgBt}. is eppliod tothe DC amplifier and is fed to VCO where the output is controled so that the phase difference between the out- Dut and the pilot signal reaches 90°. As a result, a 38 kHz phase-locked subcarrier is obtained. which passes ‘through the stereo/mono circuit and is fed to the sync detector as a switching signal In the stereo/mono circuit. the 38 kHz signal becomes lnphase state and the demodulated audio signal is otcedly switched to a mono signal during reception of mone broadcast or stereo broadcast of woak signals. The function of the stereo/mono circuit is such that the pilot signal is multiplied by the 19 kHz signal (no phase difference with respect to the pilot signal) by the sync detector 0° which produces @ DC output voltage proportional to the pilot signal amplitude, This output voltage is fed to the OC amplifier to deve the lamp circuit through the switch and, the same time, it allows the sterea/mane circuit to feed the 38 kHz signal to the sync detector. ‘The special featyre of this IC is that it has a built-in pilot canceller circuit The 19 kHz signal leading 30° in phase with respect to the pilot signal obtained trom the VCO is applied to the gain control Also, the output from the phase detector 0° is sampl- ed and fed to the gain control amplifier vie the OC amplifier. Thus, 2 twiangle waveform which is in-phase with the pilot signal is developed since the output of the gain control amplifier contains CgBO. This triangle waveform 's level adjusted by VRg3 and is fed to the No. 4 pin 50 that itis phase invorted by the pilot cancoller circuit and Js added to the pilot signal to minimize the 19 kHz com- pponent in the composite signal. The 19 kHz switch functions to shut out the output of the ain control amplifier during reception of mono broad-

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