Aiwa TP 1001 Service Manual

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4 TRACK STEREO

SOLID STATE “"
TAPE RECORDER

"m”“TP-1001

[SERVICE MANUAL]

G—AIWA 00., LTD.
TOKYO JAPAN

SPECIFICATION ‘

Type: 4vtrack stereo, 3—speed recorder Power consumption: 40 VA

Circuit : 22 transistors, 6 diodes & 2 thermisters Motor : 4—poie hysteresis synchronous motor

R8912 7" ‘type’ , Recording leveI indication: Levei MeterXZ

T ape speed & recordme time: 7-1/2195» i19cm/Sechl “our Builtin speaker: 8"x4” (200x100 mm) PM. o speaker<8m

3r3/4ips, (9,5 cm/sec) 2 hours X2

l-7'/8‘F’S- (Him/59C)“ “4 i301“ Dimensions: 14—5/8" (H)><13—3/8” (W)> (Stereo recording w/7” reel of 50—mrcron (368x342x257 mm)
_ tapev DEC“ and mm) Weight: 33 lbs. (15 kg)
Reco’dmg system’ AC bras Microphone: 10 Kn type (2 0—10er type ‘can be used)
Erasing system: AC erasure ‘
Frequency characteristics: As defined in NAB Standards ACCESSORIES

Frequeucy range: 7A1/2ip54 (19 cm/sec) - 30c/s—18,000c/s

3—3/4ips. (9.5cm/sec} 30c/s~12,000C/s 7” reel w/ 50~micron tape X 1

1—7/8ips. (4.75 cm/sec)~ -300/s—5,000o/s 7” reel, empty X 1

Output: 10W (Max.), 5WX2 Audio cord X 2
Distortion rate: Less than 2 % Patch cord X 2
S/N ratio: 45 68 Motor pulley x 1
Cross taik: 55 dB (LOOOC/s) Spliclng tape >< 1
: 45 dB SipOOc/s) _ ‘ Lubricant oil x 1

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Description Part No.
Reel platfrom, A 2334040
Handle 2333370
Capstan sleeve rest 2333252
Head cover, A 2333443
Head cover, B 2333444
Stabilizer metal. A 2333263
Tape counter 2333018
On-Olf Switch/Speed Selector Knob 2333250
Microphone jack 7032153
Volume control knob 2333338
Tone control knob 2333338
Level meter .. - 7040003
7040004
Track selector switch 7031019
Headphone jack 7032154
Speaker on»otl switch 7031017
Record knob 2333015
Control selector knob 2333362
F. FWD button “ ’ I 2333456
instant stop knob i/faSc 2333455
Automatic stop 2334032
Pincheroller ’ “2333487
Capstan — 5&5?” 2333570-
Cabinet proper 2333498
Bottom cover, Cabinet 2333498
Power jack (AC connector) 7032055
Fuse holder «1032048
Voltage selector socket ~11932179
External speaker lack 7032153
Line output jack 7032049
Aux. input jack 7032049

How to remove cabinet (case) (Fig, 3 & Fig. 4)

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Make loose setscrews, ® & ® found on both si<
des of cabinet.

Remove four setscrews found on the bottom cover
of cabinet and pUll oif the cover for removal.
Remove @, ®, ©, @, (found on both sides) and
(E). ’9. CG) 0).

Pullout the deck assembly from cabinet in the
direction indicated by the arrow mark.

How to remove control panel

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Using a plus (+) Screwdciver, loosen setscrew 1,
Fig. 5. Then, pull off control selector knob.
Loosen setscrews, 2 to 8, by means of a minus
(4) screwdriver and pull off respective control
knobs.

Pull off head cover with your hands @, @.

Turn counterclockwise setscrews, © of pinchroller
and remove them. Now, pull off the rubber roller.
Using a plus (+) screwdriver, remove screws, 9
to 16.

With the above procedures, cabinet including ex-
terior fittings can be removed as shown by Fig. 6
& Fig. 7.

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