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Some of the pictures in this manual are a bit irritating. I had to dissassemble the unit and some of the screws have different threads, which is not mentioned in this manual. Also some of the drawings of the boards look different than the actual boards.
After all, the manual was very useful. I was able to recalibrate the capstan drive and it is working fine again.
This manual is very good. 303 pages scanned in a very high resolution. My camera has bad, leaking capacitors which all of the V5000 models are suffering from these days.
There is a huge part list with all capacitors, transistors etc. in this manual which helped me a lot. Otherwise I would not have been able to buy replacement parts.
The dissassembly guide is very enormous and detailed. Unlike on the Panasonic MS1 manual I downloaded here it actually looks like the real parts look. And the screws are labeled correctly, so you shouldn't have any left after the repair. ;)
GV 31â¦, GV 51â¦, GV 61â¦
J KI L
B468 K340 K330 B478
3.16 Threading roller unit â Release the locking lug P (Fig. 11) then remove the loading drive gear (B484, Fig. 2). â Slide the threading roller units (G420 / G450, Fig. 18) in the "Thread" position then remove the threading arms (B500 / B488). â Remove the left reel brake (point 3.10). â Slide the right threading roller unit (G450, Fig. 19) in threading direction then remove it. â Remove the back tension arm (point 3.11). â Slide the left threading roller unit (G420, Fig. 19) in unthreading direction then remove it. Reassembly is carried out in reverse order. Note on reassembly: â Insert the threading arms so that the holes M / N (Fig. 18) face each other in the "Thread" drive mechanism position. â Insert the loading drive gear (B484, Fig. 13) in the "Unthread" drive mechanism position so that the hole I and the mark J on the threading arm face each other as shown in Fig. 13, and the mark L on the control slide (B464) is visible through the hole K. Press the control slide against the guides R then lock in the loading drive gear (B484).
3.14 Idler wheel â Remove the reel brakes (point 3.9 / 3.10). â Slide the idler wheel (K182, Fig. 14) towards the rear of the drive mechanism then remove it. Reassembly is carried out in reverse order.
3.15 Gear drive â Remove the idler wheel (K182) (point 3.14) â Remove the right reel. â Remove the reel belt (G542, Fig. 2). Remove the lock washer S (Fig. 15). Remove the pulley (K200, Fig. 15). Remove the control slide (point 3.13) Release the locking lugs T (Fig. 15) then remove the gear drive (K221). Reassembly is carried out in reverse order. Note on reassembly: â The slide disk of the gear drive (K221, Fig. 16) must be located in the guide U of the switching claw (K225) when reassembling. â The pulley (K200, Fig. 17) must be inserted so that the spring is located in the opening of the slide disk. S K222
3.17 Full erase head â Turn the full erase head (G530, Fig. 19) counterclockwise then remove it.
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G530 G420 G450
T Fig. 15
3-18 Tape reverse guide lever â Remove the pinch roller unit (point 3.8). â Unhook the spring G527 (Fig. 20). â Turn the tape reverse guide lever (G520, Fig. 20) in direction of the arrow "A" then remove it in direction of the arrow "B". Reassembly is carried out in reverse order.
"A" G527 G520 "B"