TM 32-5835-005-14 & P
8-20. Control Panel Removal.
pinch rollers and take-up supply reels.
(a) Remove tape transport assembly
(b) Remove four 9/64" Allen head han-
(b) Remove cassette tray with 3/32"
dle screws on the inside of the chassis.
Allen wrench on rear screws and a #1
Note: Difficulty may be experienced in
Phillips screwdriver on the front
removing allen screws from handles.
Use standard allen wrenches on all but
the screw nearest the RECORD button.
(c) Remove helical spring.
This screw maybe loosened by turning
(d) Remove "E" retainer clip, sleeve
(c) Remove 2 screws from tape counter.
Use caution in removing counter so as
(e) Remove head cable clamp with
not to lose spacer located inside the
a #1 Phillips screwdriver.
plastic reset button.
(f) Remove four (4) hex head screws
(d) Unscrew plastic boot over REWIND
holding slide assembly down using
5/64" Allen wrench.
(e) Remove 6 panel screws and care-
(g) Remove slide assembly.
fully separate control panel from
Notice the shoulder washers for the
slide are round on the record/reproduce
head side and hexagonal on the erase
8-21. Head Replacement.
To replace a faulty record/reproduce
(h) Reassembly is the reverse of
No adjustments should
remove two (2) screws (.050" Allen
wrench) and carefully remove head
be disturbed doing this procedure.
assembly. Replacement is the reverse
of disassembly. Do not disturb the
azimuth adjustment or head platform
s through x.
Use a medium grade of
thread sealer on reassembly. To re-
8-23. Reel Drive Assembly Replacement.
place the erase head, the cassette
tray and slide assembly must be re-
cedure. Having removed the slide
assembly, the erase head assembly is
(b) Place transport on either side
held by 1 guide pin and a screw
and grasp a reel by its rubber rim.
(Phillips #0 screwdriver). Next re-
move the erase head mounting foot
(c) With a " nut driver, unscrew
beneath the head held with 2 screws
the stop nut holding that reel.
(Phillips #0 screwdriver). Use a
medium grade thread sealer on re-
(d) Remove pulley or disc and pulley
(depending on reel being repaired) and
carefully remove lock pin from shaft.
Slide Plate Replacement. (See
(e) Pull reel up from deck.
Slide plate assembly must be removed
for replacement of erase head, rubber