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Ashis Mukerjea
Ashis Mukerjea
 
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09.Dec.08 21:36

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Hi, I recently bought a Telefunken Bajazzo Universal 401. It has couple of issues. Upon opening the back I see the PCB but even after opening the three screws from the PCB, it doesn't gives me access under to change the dial cord and few capacitors. Can any one please help me as how to take the PCB off? I have attached a photo also to explain. Thanks, Best regards, Ashis Mukerjea

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Reiner Scholz
Reiner Scholz
 
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28.Dec.08 16:47

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 Hello Mr. Mukerja,

 I suppose, there is no owner of this model around  to give a correct answer.

Please have a look underneath the PCB to find any more attachments such as an outgoing control shaft of tuning or tone unit , twisted clamps, a hidden srew behind a front panel , aerial , DC jacks .....

What´s about the white disk within the drawn circuit?

Questo articolo è stato modificato il 30.Dec.08 16:37 da Reiner Scholz .

Ashis Mukerjea
Ashis Mukerjea
 
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Hello Mr Scholz,

Thank you for your reply. Once I investigate again, I shall get back to you.

Regards

Ashis Mukerjea
Ashis Mukerjea
 
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05.Jan.09 01:05

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Hello Mr. Scholz,

Once again thanks. I figured it out how to take the chassis out. It was a very different, simple and practical way to take the whole thing out. Only german radios were made like this those days. I will post the pictures some time on this Radio's page.

Best Regards

Ashis

  
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