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7I,,S A{ATUAL PROV'DES SERV'CE
'NFORMAT'ON
SUPPLEMENT AL TO LSI 5ERV'CE II.IANUAL NO.
19J227, AY AILABLE AT SEEBURG D'STR'8UTORS.
SERVICE
MAN UAL
SUPPLEMENT
IvlODEL
LS 2 I'
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THE SEEBURG SALES
CHICAGO, ILLINOIS,
CORPORATION
u.s.A.60622
MANUAL NO. 494062
SERVICE IIAIIUAL
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SELECT-OMATIC PHONOGRAPH, Model LS2
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
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GcocralDcscripioo . ...
Solid State Stcrco Aoplificr, Type TSAT
Solid Statc Cmtrol Cccer, Typc SCCS
Solid &stc Auto,Spccd, TyF SAS2
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SELECT-O-MATIC
PHONOGRAPH, Modcl LS2
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SPEC|F|CAT|ONS
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P0l{ER RIQUIR!MENTS ......,,.....,.. 120 volt, 60 Hertz
Phonograpb equippcd rrith SSU4
(Accecroryi)
STANDBY,.....,...,.,,., 140 w6!t8, 1.5 amps.
OPERATING 200 w.tts, 2.1 smps.
CABINET LIGHTING
Ooc
(l)
30 \rst!, 36 inch cool white lluotescent
lamp with oue FS4 st.rtcr.
One
(l)
l9 w6tt, 24 inch cool whitc fluorescent
lanp with one FS25 atarter.
LID KEY NUMBER .,.,..,..,. F.205
REAR ACCE55 PANEL KEY NUT,|SER ,........... F-20s
SELECT-O.MATIC MECHANISM ............Type l605Tl7
TORI T MEIiORY UN1T ...........,......,,.. Typc I5OTMS
CONTACT BLOCX ................... Type CBI
DIGITAL 5ELECTION DISPLAY ............ Type DSD2
RECORD TYPE...... 33-1,r3 & 45 tpm., ? inch diarnete.
RECORD CAPACITY ...... 80 records
(160
selections)
PlCKUP.,,.,, Convcniqat plug.tr, Btglr Conpllrncc Mu-
Metal Shielded Stercoprhorlc M.g[.ttc PlcLuE 4..
sembly with two Di.nond Stylii.
PHONOGRAPH SPEAXERS
Two 12 inch, low frcquency.
Two horn type, high frequcucy,
STEREO NETIIORX .......... Typc SNl0
CABINET FlNlSH ...........,....,. High pr...urr l.ni!.tc,
wood grain, alumilum aad chroma triD, aluirilum
grilles finished ir bluc bakcd cnancl.
UNIvERSAL DUAL PRICING
UN1T........ Typc LIDPU6
sOLID STATE STEREO AtlPLlF lEi .,........Typc TSA?
TOR^{AT ELECTRICAL 5!LECTOi
Typc TES15l3-56
sOLID SIATE CONTROL CENTER ............ Typc SCCS
(lncludcs
thc Solid Stltc Auto Sp.!d Ulit, Typc S.{S2)
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SPECIFICAT IONS
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continued
TRANSISTORS
Solid Sror. Srcrco Ampli{icr
4 - 309412
(PNP)
2 - 309429
(PNP)
2 - 309430
(NPN)
r i
Solid StotG Auto Spc.d Unlt
I - 309443
(Unijurctiou)
Solid Slot. St.pp.? Unit
1- 309424
(PNP)
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l - 309434
(riPN)
r - 309435
(PNP)
l0 - 309436
(PNP)
2 - 309437
(PNP)
2 - 30944r
(NPN)
I - 309442
(NPN)
l - 309425
(PNP)
FUSES
Par! No.
Solid State CoDtrol Center, 15 arnp' ..........
(30?556)
Solid State Control Center, lX amp. ..........(764814)
Solid State Cotrtrol CeDter, l,/8 amp. .........
(319028)
Select-GMa!ic Mechanism, 5 amp. Pigtail .
(2478S0)
Select.GMatic Mechaoism, %
amp. Slo Blo
Pigtail ...'........(252464)
Solid State Stereo Amp,, $/10 amp. Slo Blo
(306316)
Solid State Auto Speed Unit, 2 amp.
(300103)
Universal Dual Pricing UDit, l-6110 amp.
Slo B1o..........
(451248)
Po\uer Jutrction
Unit,6Z amp. non-tamp.
Slo Blo ..........
(307830)
Solid State Stepper UEit
,
3,2 amp. Slo Blo(303713)
DIIIAENsIONS AND WEIGHTS
Height .....................
56 inches
Width..................................................40-ll,r32inches
Depth ........................,,................ . ..... 27-5l16 inches
Net
Weight .............. 435 pounds
Shipping Weight .... 445 pounds
SILICON CONTROLLED STVITCH & ZENER DIODES
Solid Srorc Control Ccntor
l - 309375
(Zener
Diode)
(2?
volt)
I - 309485
(Zener
Diode)
(150
volt)
| - 309472
(Silicon
Controlled Switch)
ACCESSORTES
Remole Slereo Speakers, Type TWI-8 ......................
Corder Adapter, Type CAI
(for
TWI-8)
,.,,,.,.., 42x326
...........423352
Porr No.
s12350
s02881
512351
5t2352
512392
s08110
509210
3179?0
509056
509830
s09840
509790
4944s0
406095
Remote Stereo Speakers, Type TCI-8................,.................
Type SCIIi-4
Remote Recordillt Income Totalizer Kit, Type RlTS4RK-56
453489
Rcmote Adapter for Recording Income Totalizer, Type RITRA52-56 .........................453456
Remote Stereo Speakers, Type TRl-8
Remote Stereo Spealcers, Type EBWC2-12
Stereo Speaker Co rol, Type SI0LT-3
Powered Remote Volurne Conttol, Type PRVC3............
Solid State Stepper Uuit Kit, Type SSU4K..........
Auriliary Power Supply Kit, Type RPSSK-S6
Slereo CoEsolettesl
Dollar Bitl Validator Kit, Type DBVIK3
Dollar Bill Validatoi Moutrting Kit, Type DMK2
Doller Pre-Select Kit, Type DPK2
Quarter
Prc-Select Kit, Type
QPK2
"Two Quarters
Equal Ore Half-Dollar" Kit .............,..........
Cash Box Inner Door Assembly
..-..--_...__... 515550
Lock Re inlorcing Chauuel ..................
..
Pot ol Soltd st.t. Conirol C.nt.r.
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SELECT-O-MATIC PHONOGRAPtI. Model LS2
PARTS LIST FOR CABINET CABLING
Item Patt No. Descr iption Item Part No. Descr ipt ron
I 317610
961047
2 494237
309310
941804
941755
3 493365
7i0390
941804
4 317759
49 r257
960597
5 317763
960979
6 306883
7 766359
8 31775i
3177 58
9 509638
941788
10 317576
317595
307828
307829
303593
307830
960979
l1 317604
,0390
941804
l2 319000
13 317852
t4 455151
15 375450
15 766369
t7 311824
l8 494244
309360
911830
309364
941829
19 317747
770391
941805
20 487435
988161
9m935
961025
21 252968
22 252031
23 304904
24 494243
309311
309312
309318
309328
309345
309354
771901
77t9li
941806
941830
941839
304132
252922
3048s8
4t 1935
411937
404121
309302
9604i0
252800
41n00
405138
491995
950410
494321
309302
960410
494228
494224
494222
769869
9418A
493061
494101
494178
961059
494064
509513
97]122
490538
493231
252809
404253
49199s
960400
494283
493706
501522
769869
94184
421414
251281
961040
620284
620282
Line Cord & Switch Assembly
&32 x % Acorn Hex Washer H.S.T. Screw
Upper Fluorescent Cable Assembly
2 Pin Cap Housing
Pin
Closed End Connector
Lower Fluorescent Cable Assembly
3 Pin Cap Housing
Pin
Countet
(60
Hz.)
Counter
(50
Hz.)
25
&32 xr,l Hex Washer Hd. S.T.S.
Service Sv,/itch Assembly
8-32 x ltr Hex Washer Hd. S.T.S.
SoliJ State Stereo Amplifier, Type TSAT
Line Cord
Jumper Assembly
(Black)
Jumper Assembly
(V/h
ite)
Cable Assembly
Spade Lug
Power Junction Unit, Type PJU5
Receptacle Mounting Bracket
Receptacle
(5)
Fuse Holder
Fuse Holder lrounting Clip
6/r Amp. Fuse
8-32 x 1/r Hex llasher Hd. S.T.S.
Cable Assembly
3 Pin Cap Housing
Pin
Solid $ate Control Center, Type SCCS
Solid State Auto Speed Unit, Type SAS2
Universal Dual Pricing Unit, Type UoPU6
Line Cord
Line Cord
Cable Assembly (Service
Sw. to SCC8)
Cable Assembly
(Cab.
Cable to SCCS)
12 Contact Socket Housing
Socket
(10)
12 Contact Pin Housing
(Green)
Pin
(10)
Cdle Assembly
3 Contact Socket HousinE
Socket
Fluorescent Lamp Ballast, 30 l{.
Rubber Grommet
Flatwasher
&32 x /z Her Washer Hd. S.T.S.
Cable Assembly
(ilech.
to SCC8 & T5A6)
Se leclGMatic Mechanism, Type 1605I17
Tormat Memory Assembly, Type l60TM5
Cabinet Cable Assembly
15 Contact Pin Housing
(&own)
15 Contact Saket Housing
(Brown)
l5 Contact Prn Housrng fOrange)
3 Contact Socket Housing
(Brown)
I Contact Socket Housing
(Brorvn)
12 Contact Pin Housing
(Green)
I Contact Soc ket Housing
l Contact Pin Housrng
Sicket
Socket
Pin
Cable Assembly
(TlUs
to SCCS)
Single Prong Plug
Cab le Assembly
(Ttu15
to TES)
Matrix Cable Assembly (TES
to TM5)
Contol Cable Assembly
(TES
to Cab. Cable)
Fluorescent Lamp, Cool [ihite, 30 W., 36 lnch.
Fluorescent Tube Socket
440 x l! Phillips Pan Hd. Scre$/
Contact Block Assembly, Type CBl
Tormat Electrical Selector, Type TESI6l356
Fluorescent Light Starter
Starter Socket
[40 xri Phillips Pan Hd. Screw
Fluolescent Lamp. Cool lVhite l9 W., 24 llch
Fluorescent Tube Socket
440 x % Phillips Pan Hd. Screw
Horn
(2)
l2 lnch Speaker
(2)
Speaker Cable Assembly
5 Cmtact Pin Housing
Pin
Digital Selection Display, Type DS02
Cable tusembly
(DSD2
to CBI)
Lamp Socket
&32 x 5/16 Hex Washer H. Thread Forming Sc.
lncandescent Bulb
Stereo Network, Type SNl0
No. 8 x 11 Hex Washer H. lVod Drilling Screw
Fluorescent Ballast, l9 |Y.,60 Hertz
Fiuorescent Ballast, 19 lll., 50 Hertz
Cable Assembly
(CBl
to DSD2)
Fluorescenl Light Starter
Starter Socket
440 x Il Phillips Pan Hd. S.T.S.
Credit Lamp Assembly
Lamp Socket Assembly
(2)
No. 19 Lamp
(2)
Pin Housing
Pin
Coin Srvitch & Cable Assembly
Cab le Clamp
&32 x 5/8 Hex Washr Hd. S.T.S.
Adhesive Cable Clip
Adhesive Cable Clip
33
26
21
29
30
?1
32
34
35
.'th
37
38
39
42
43
40
41
45
46
47
48
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cotN StvtTcHEs
Iotercabinet Cabling.
cotN
r, cx AN tsll
FRArlE
.
OVE EOTTOia
of surTcH
IN OR OUI
AS iEOUIRED
.
TIGHTETI
scFEws
. CHECK FOR
FRE E OROP
OF XICKEL
LOOSEIT
BOTII
scREws
AEiAINING
TAB
cAUTtONt
Coln .wlrch rlrl.s ond coln .wlrch po.lrld
MU5T bc chonecd wh.a.v.r o rlus r.i.dor
o, o dltf..onr po.r
rumb.. lr u..d.
D.pr.s3 rob at bolom o[ .ov.r ohd pull orf
covcr. Cloneo wi.ine tob.
(rrr
chon), No
.wiich odiusrh.nr. o.G n.c..rory.
IN FOR NRI
SWITCH T BS
REJECTOR
xo.
2 3 4
421205
(c^) GRN REO YEL
ho lI
BLU
421205
(NRI) GRX YEL REO
holl
BLU
Cabinet Credit Systeo.
SERVICE MAN UAL
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SELECT.O-MATIC PHONOGRAPH, Model L52
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OPERATION
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r. INTRODUCTION
a. General
This section consists of simplified diagraos of each
of the phooograph's oain funct-ions, a wiriog diagram
of the cabinet fluorescent lamps aod scheoatic
diagrams of the Power
Juoctioo
Uoit aod the Service
Switch Assembly. Each of the sioplified diagraos is
accoopanied by a detailed description of the function.
b. Normal Customer Play
A customer desiriog to play a specific record selec-
rion musr first deposit the appropriate aoouot of
mooey as specificd in the priciog window, Oo phooo-
graphs equippe<i with a recording income totalizer, a
thank you lamp will flash as each coin is accepted,
li7heo a suffic.ienr aoount of money is deposited to
peroit the selectioo of a single recording, a
"siogles"
credit lamp lights. This lamp illuoinates instructions
informing ahe custo.oe. that he Eay make a
"siogles"
selectioo. If eoough mooey is deposited to permit the
selectioo of ao
"albuo"
recordiog, ao "albuo"
credit lamp also lights. This lamp illuoioates in-
structioos ioforoing the customer that he may make
ao "albuo" selectioo,
A selection is nade by depressing ooe letter button
aod one number button. As sooo as the secqrd button
is pressed, the ca.riaSe begins scaaniog. At the same
time the priciog rmit subtracts the appropriate nuober
of credits for the selection. If only eoough oooey
was deposited to play that selection, the credit laop
circuit is also opeoed.
Wheo the carriage a$ives at the selected reccd, it
stops, transfers the record to the spindle aod theo
I---------[orue
-*
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I sccS
ffi
llqqcq 9w1tp1
rqsqr-
l
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_ _c!ril_
su.rctl AsstlELY__
atu,ounEis.4,oLEro6
NOTEr Alt cmtect8 shown with ZERO CREDIT oo phonoghph.a4
aechlnr. o .t REST POSITION.
(O\
a_0
Figute 1. Sioplified Credit Systen Add Circuit.
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SELECT-O-MATIC PHONOGRAPH, Model LS2
pLays the lecord. Alter the rec6d has finished play-
iog it is returned to ahe oagazine. The carriage theo
resurles sca[oiog, Wheo the carriage reaches its
original startiog poiot f6 the second time, the car'
riage stops. This completes one cycle of operation.
2. CREDIT SYSTEM ADD CIRCUIT
Refer to Figure l. Vheo a coin is deposited in the
phooograph, thc weigbt of the coin closes the ap-
propriate coio switch. The coin switch in turo, com-
pletes dre circuit to the approPliate solenoid. If
either the qtnrt.r or half dotlar solenoid is eoergized,
the 5U1 contacts of the add-hold magoet vill be
mechaaically c.losed. Closiog the 5Ul contacts
permits capacitor C4206 to discharge through the add-
hold oagnet, holding it energized for approximately
80 oillisecoods, The add-hold magnet io tuto, me-
chanically holds the quartei or half dollar soleooid in
the energized position, This is done to allow eoough
tioe for the ctedit ratchet n,heel to rotate its required
distance.
The serviceoaa oay add credits by holding the set-
vice switch lever in the SCAN position and then
momentarily operatioS the credit svitch. Each time the
credit switch is operated, a cfucuit is coopleted to
the dime solenoid.
3. LATCH SOLENOID AND CREDIT LAMP CIRCUIT
When 10f credit is established in the phooograph, the
latch bar solenoid is energized to oechaoically
operate the latch bar in the elecrical selector. This
pero its the selection buttotrs to be held io the de-
pressed positioo, for tbe proper length of time, when
a selectioo is oade. Also, wheo l0( credit is estab-
lished, the siogle credit laop is lighted to illuoioate
the
"Select
Any Single" credit laop. Vhen 256 credit
is established, the albua credit laop is lighted to
illuminate the
"Select
Any Albuo" credit laop.
Vheo the coin solenoids are operated as described
in paragraph 2, the ctedit ratchet wheel rotates aod
closes the credit s*itch cootacts. If enough credit
for a single selectioo is accumulated the o[e'credit
switch contacts 7Ul close coapleting a circuit to
the latch solenoid and the siogle credit laop. Refer
ro Figure 2, The cooplete circuit is as follovs: Frou
the 24-volt a.c. source in the Solid State Coorol
Center thtough the 15 ampere fuse, the cabinet cable
assembly, the coin switch asseobly, the 3U21
con-
tacts, the 7Ul cootacts, pia 2 ot
J420O
aod P34O2 to
both the Latch soleooid aod the siogle credit laop.
The other side of the credit lamp is connected to
ground, The latch soleooid is coooected to grouod
through the lBl contacts of the oanual credit svitch.
t--
-:-:**--:----'l
COIN SWIICII ASSEI'BLY
i
L
--------
-----r
L
c!E!lr,Llrts_
__
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--
-T
-J
SERVICE SWITCH ASS E lr.l
NoTE: Atl c dtects 3 hown w tth Z ERO C REDIT on
P
hoaosraph snd m echsnbm 3t REST POSITION.
Figure 2. Simplified Latch Solenoid and Credit Lamp Circuit.
d
L----------J
ro. ii !r I I
(6^ i^ r)
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4. SUBTRACT CIRCUIT
After credit has beeo established and the desired
selector buttoos pressed, the phooograph must per-
fctm several functions. These are (1) mechanically
subract the approp,riate ouober of credits ftoo the
cred.it ratchet wheel,
(2)
atalt the scao operation,
(3)
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SELECT-O-MATIC PHONOGRAPH, Model LS2
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I
trigger the vrite-in pulse, (4) impulse the selection
counter and (5) eoergize the tioing relay' These
functions are accooplished by energiziag the sub-
tract soleooid as described in the followiog para'
graphs. Refer to Figute J. Since these qrerations
musr occur io a given sequeoce, the tioing relay is
energized by the subtract solenoid to insure proper
timing of the operations.
l
L
sccB
I
L
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J
NOTE: AU conts.t6 .hoE wtrh ZERO CREDIT on phonograph and mechaolsm at REST POSIIION'
UDPU6
TES r6r3
Figure 3.
Simplified Siogle and Albuo Subract Circuit.
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Page 10
a. Sirgle Subracr Circuit
SELECT-O-MATIC PHONOGRAPH, Model LS2
Assuoe credit has beeo established for a single
selection aod a selection has beeo oade, i.e., a
letter buttoo and a ouober buttoo are pressed in. A
circuit to the subtract soleaoid is cmpleted froo the
24-vok a.c. source in the SCC8, through the coin
switch asseobly into the UDPU6, through
juoper plug
P4200 aod the 9U1
cootacts, through the fuse aod thc
3U1l cootacts to the subract soleooid. FroE the
subttact solenoid, a grouod path is completed through
the 7U2 contacts which are now closed, tbe
3Sl
coo-
tacas, the 2S1 cootacts which ate closed aod either
the 1Sl or 4Sl contacts depeodiag oa the selection
oade.
b. Album Subract Cireuit
Vheo an album selectioo is oade, the shift soleooid
must be operated before the subtract soleooid. As-
suoe ctedit has been established for an album selec-
tion aad ao albuo selectioa has beea oade, i,e., a
letter buttoo aod a ouober buttoo are ptessed io. A
c8
iST
I
-.l
UDPU6
rtaoo
B RiI
'
J
(
casri al
CAEL'
P3402
!-srE
TES co^n..l..ilh.. ro
,h. TirU or ri. SSU4.
f
I
I
t;
ta
ra
OPERATEO 8Y
lsr DA < !s2
f
LU.u. l []LS16l3
NOTE: Atl cont.cb lhosn wlth ZERO CREDE on phonograph
a;d tncctrn!.tn .t REST POSITION.
HOIO
1u,la__J
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Figue 4. Sioplified Tioing Relay Circuit.
SE RVICE MANU AL
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Page ll
circuit to the shift soleooid is coopleted koa the 24-
volt supply in theSCCS, through the coio switch as-
sembly, into the UDPU6, through the jumper plug
P4200 a . the 9Ul contacts, th.ough the fuse aad the
3U11 coatacts to tbe shift solenoid and the subtract
soleooid. The subtract solenoid will oot eoergize be-
cause the 3S1 cootacts in the ground side of tbe sub-
tract solenoid have been opeoed by operatioo of the
priciog treadle bar. A grouod circuit to the shift
soleooid is completed through the 8U2 contacrs which
are now closed, the lS2 coatacts, the 2Sl cootacrs
and either the 1Sl or 4Sl cootacts depeodiog on rhe
selection made.
lT-ice
F'IC3
Vheo the shift solenoid eoergizes, it closes the 2Ul
contacts which cooplete a ground circuit to the sub-
tract solenoid eoergizing it. The shift soleooid also
alters the approach of rhe subrracr pawl so it is in a
position to subtract enough credits for an album
selection,
c. Tirning Relay Circui t
The tining relay controls the sequence of events by
de-energizing the subtract, shift aod latch solenoids
at the appropriate time, The timiog relay also serves
to protect the customer or the phonograph if (1) selec-
tions are attempted with insufficient credit or while
-l
J3tO2
(YEL)
NOTE: Arr contacts Bhowo wlth mechsi.m .t REST POSITION.
Figure
5. Sinplified Play Control and Couoter Assembly Circuit.
UDPUo
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rsosrrl
J!lo3
6
i
srfvrcr sirrtcH nssrusLY
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2a2
*f
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SELECT-O-MATIC PHONOGRAPH, Model LS2
coios are be.ing deposited or
(2)
the customer fails
to release ahe selector keys after makiog a selec-
tion.
The timing relay is eoergized after the subtract
solenoid has energized. Refer to Figure 4. The +40
d.c. source io the
SCCS
is coooected directly ao the
timing relay via pin 10 ot
J4201.
A ground path is
completed through R4203, contacts 4U1 and pio 1 of
J
4201 ard
J
)104 .
Vhen tbe timiog lelay eoergizes, it closes the 3U1
cootacts which cooplete ao alternate ground path
holding itself energized through the letter and
number hold switches
(1S2, 2S2, 4S2). The timing
relay then reoains ent'rgized as loug as any letter
or oumber button i. heid down.
d, Play Control anrl flounter t,ircuits
The play control asseebly ccnltols tbe number .:rf
tioes the carriage is allowed to scan b;rck and forth
on the tuechanism base. The counrer assembly
counts the numbel of selectior!-r maCe on the phono-
Sraph
and is coonected in parallel with the add
solerloid of the play conrol assembly. Refer to
Figure 5. The add soleooid of the play control
assembly recei.ves its voltage from the 24-volt a,c.
supply in the SCC8. The ground side of the add
solenoid is connected to pio 1 of the service
switch via pio 3 of
J3102
and P3000. The couater
assembly receives its voltage from the same source
via pin
9 of
J3102
and P1000. Its ground side is
conoected to pin
1 of the service sw-itch. Both p-io I
aod pin 3 a.e conoected to pin 12 which is con-
nected to ground via the 4U2 cootacts of the sub-
tract solenoid in the UDPU6.
Vhen a selectioo is made, the subtract soleooid io
the UDPU6 is eoergized closiog the 4U2 contacts.
This energizes dre add solenoid io the play conrol
assembly and the counter assembly. Each time the
add solenoid is energized, it mechanically closes a
step switch which completes a circuit to the Eech-
anism ootot causiog the carr.iage to begin scanoing.
This switch can oaly be opeoed by pulsing the sub-
tract soleqoid ia tbc SCC8.\rice.
The subtract soleooid oay be eaergized auto-
matically through a play cooaol subrract switch io
the 1605T17 or manually by usiog the oaaual credit
svitch oo the service switch asseEbly. The play
contlol subtract switch is oounted oo the front of
the carriage asseobly aod ooves vith it. Each tiEe
the carriage asseobly oeals the right side of the
mechaniso base, a roller oD the play cootrol sub-
tract switch meets with a statiooary raop mouoted
on the mechanism base. As the carriage asseobly
moves dearer dre right end of the base, the roller
rDoves up the ramp and closes the 8Ml contacts
which cooplete a circuit to the play control sub-
tract solenoid. The raop is positioned so the cat-
riage will reverse direcrion before the 8M1 contacts
are allowed to open. Since it takes two pulses of
the subtract solenoid to open the 6otor circuit, the
carriage must scan back and forth tvice.
The subtract solenoid may be energized maaually
by placing the service switch lever in the OFF
position and operaaing the manual credit buttoo
twice, Each time the credit button is operated, a
ground cfucuit to the subtract solenoid is complered.
This circuit is from the ground side of the subtract
soleooid, through pio 4 ot
J3102
and P1000 to pin 6
of rhe service switch. Vheo the service switch
lever is in the OFF position, pins 5 and 6 are
shorted together. Pio 5 is coonected to gtound via
the 182 contacts of the oanual credit buttoo aod pin
I of PJ000 and
Jll02.
5. SELECTION SYSTEM
a. General
This selection system uses toroidal shaped mag-
netic cores
(toroids)
of magnesium ferrite as the
storage eleoents. There are one huo&ed aod sixty
cores - oae for each record side - arranged io an
electrical matrix and housed io the Tormat Memory
Unit. This uoit, the elecrrical selector, the oech-
aniso cootrol circuits, a contact pluoger block on
the mechanism carriage aod the associated elec-
trooic circuits cooprise the seleclion systeE,
The toroids are ,uranSed io the oemory unit in two
rows of eighty each. They are spaced so there is
one toroid io each row at each oagazine record
space. Each toroid has four rrires threaded through
it; two are part of the selectioo ioput circuit (write-
in), ooe is part of the output circuit (readout) aod
one is part of a sensing circuit. Refer to Figure 6.
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The writein circuits terminate in a
l(-pin
Plug,
the
readout circuits tetoinate in 80 rivets oo the bottom
of the memory unit and the seosing circuit ter'
mioates in a single prong coooector which plugs
ioto tbe tlip circuit on the Solid State Control Ceotet.
Each toroid has two normal states of oaSoetization
in which the residual oagnetic flux is in either the
clockwise or counterclockwise direction. Ooe of
rhese states is called zero or no-selectioo; the
othe. is the selected state. If uodisturbed by a
magoetic field, they will retain, idefinitely, either
state.
b. Write-in Cireuit
The tri'rent pulse and the resultaot magnetic field
that passes through a toroid must exceed a ctitical
density or streogth before the toroid changes state.
A magnetic field less thao the critical value has oo
sigoificaot effect on the totoid. This behavior
makes it possible to afange the toroids in a oolrir
that greatly simplifies dte writein circuits and
writein switching.
Figure 7 shows the oaarix, circuits and switches
associated witb the writeio opeiatior. The circles
at the points of intersection of the letter and
oumber circuits represeot the toroids. Aoy toroid
may be identified in refereoce to the selection
numbering system of the phooograph by using the
letter aod number circuits that iotersect io that
toroid. (Example: Toroid 82 is at the intersection
of circuits B and 2).
In Figue 7, selectioo [}2 is showo operated. It cao
be seeo that wheo the trigger switch is closed, a
pulse of current is fed through all the toroids in the
nuober 2 rov. Froo the nudber 2 row, the pulse
enters the letter circu.it aod, since the B switch is
closed, through al.[ the toroids in the B row, One
toroid, 82, has dreo beea pulsed by a magnetic field
tw.ice as strong as any other toroid.
The current pulse is regulated io the Solid State
Control Center so the curreot throuSh a siogle wie
does not produce a magnetic field that exceeds the
critical strength required to select a toroid. This
means that eveu though a vritein pulse is fed
through a toroid, the toroid will not be selected un-
less two circuits are coopleted through it.
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Figure 8 shows rhe writein circuit that is used to generate the electrical pulse that "selects" a toroid. The
1Ul contact of the subtract soleooid in the UDPU6 is the ttigger switcb that provides a discharge path for
the writein capacitor, C1114. The lerter and nuober switches direct the pulse to the appropriate toroid.
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c. Readout Circuit
Vhen the selection ioformatioa that has beeo written
into a oemory unit totoid is to be used for control
of the mechanism, a pulse of curreot is
Passed
tlrough aoother wire that is threaded through the
toroid. Refer to Figure 9,
This current is of the op-
posite phase with respect to the writein current and
produces a oagnetic field that testores dre totoid
to the zero state, This process is called "readout"
aod the associated circuit is the readout circuit-
The term is used aod applies whether the state of
ttccs
the toroid is or is oot changed. If a totoid is io the
zero state, no change will occur when rhe cttrent is
passed through the circuit,
As the catriage scaos, the readout circuit tests
each roroid in sequeoce to determine if its cot-
responding record side has been selected. The
operation is physically correlated with the record
sides because the mechaoiso trip operation occurs
at the Doment of readout of a selected toroid.
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use of a cootact plunger block oo the carriage as-
sembly and the readout circuit contacts oo the
bottom of the Tamat Memory Uoit.
d. Sensing and Trip Relay Circuit
The sensiog circuit cons.ists of a loop of wire
threaded through the toroids in the Tormat Memory
Uoit aod terminated at the trip circuit in the SCC8.
Refer to Figure 10. If a toroid is in the selected
state vhen a readout pulse is passed tbrough it, the
toroid changes state. This change is detected io
the seose loop as a
l-volt
pulse which is fed
directly to the trip circuit in the SCCS (J3106). The
3-volt pulse causes silicon coottolled switch
SCSI101 to begin conducting. This causes the trip
relay to eaergize closing a pair of cootacts that
complete a circuit to the rip soleooid io the
160sT17.
e. Trip Solenoid Circuit
The trip solenoid, if eoergized duriog a scan cycle,
causes the oechaoism to detent and play a selec-
tioo. Refer to Figure 11. This circuit is completed
through the 2M1 cootacts of the clutch switch and
lE12 cootacts of the trip relay, The clutch switch
operates immediately opeoing the 2Ml cootacts and
de-eoergiziog the trip solenoid.
NOTE: AU contactB 3hown wtth the mechaniso tn RESI' PoSITION.
Figure 10. S.implified Sensiog and Trip Relay Circuir.
At the eod of play, the 4M1 contacts of the rip
svitch complete a path to the mute-trip relay in the
TSA7. Men rhe mute-rip relay eoergizes, a circuit
.is completed to the trip solenoid througb the lM12
contacts of the cato switch. Energizing the trip
solenoid causes the clutch switch to operate which
results in the mechanism returning to the scao
cycle,
f. Mechanism Motor Power Circuit
This circuit provides 120 volts a.c. at 60 Hertz to
the play motor for both scao and 45 rpm. record play
and 95
volts a.c. at 44 Hertz to the play motor for
31-l/3 tpn. record play.
Refer to Figure 12. During the scao operarioD aod
4! rpm. record play, the lioe voltage is applied
diectly to the play ootor via rhe 2E2 cooracrs of
the play control assembly add contacts 142 and
lA12 of the power relay. When
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13-l/3 rpo. record
is placed oo the tumtable, the pover relay in the
SAS2 is eoergized. The circuit betweeo the play
6otor and the line voltage is then opeoed and a
circuit froo the 44 Hertz power co[verte. to the
play ootor is completed.
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Figute 13. Service Switch Assembly.
6. ACCESSORIES
a.
Quarrer
Pre-Select Kir Model
QPKz
The
Quarter
Pre-select Kit consists of
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relays, (see Figure 14) with their associared viring. It is
desigoed for easy mounting io tbe space provided in the UDPU6. The Switch Panel, (see Figure 15)
is oounted oo the cabinet lid. Vith this kit iostalled, rhe custooer is given the opportuniry to
deposit one quarter ard select thtee record sides by pressing only one button. If the phooograph is
adjusted to play two tuoes for a quarter, use of the
Quarter
Pre-select will give the cusromei a bolus
of one selection. The two groups of records available are A6, C6 and E6 or A7, C7 aod E7. See
Figutes 16 aod 17 for simplified diagrams.
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I. PRE.SELECT PLAYS ONLY LEFT SIDES OF RECOROS.
2. PRE.SELECT OF ALBUMS ENERGIZES ONLY THE ALBUM RELAY.
3. PRE-SELECT OF SINGLES ENERGIZES BOTH THE SINCLES AND THE ALBUM RELAY.
4. PRE-SELECT REGISTER SETTINGS
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b. Dollar Pre-select Kit Model DPK2
The Dollat Pre-select Kit, consisting of 4 telays aod a switch panel, features oultiple selectioo of single
or album recotds. This kit oay be used only when a Dollar Bill Validator is installed.
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r. GENERAL
The Solid State Stereo Anplifier, Type TSA7,
is
a fully ttansistotized, dual chanoel, low dis-
tortion, high fidelity amplifiet with a power out-
put of 40 watts pe! channel. A special feature
of this amplifier is the speaker overload pro-
tectioo circuit. This citcuit contioually 6onitors
the output curreot. If the output cuffeot in-
creases to a level that may daoage the aopli-
fier, the speaLer overload protection circuit cuts
off the ioput to the aoplifier.
The aoplifier also contains circuits for treble,
bass aod lecord sciatch competrsation. These
controls enable the output to be varied to fit
the custooers need.
2. CIRCUIT DESCRIPTION
For purposes of discussioo, the audio sigaal
will be traced ooly through the tight chaooel.
Refer to the Schematic Diagram,
Page I
a. Prearnplifier
The preaoplifier circuit consists of four
transistor stages,
Q5101, Q5102, Q5103and
Qr104.
Traosistors
Q5101
aod
Q5102
ate part
of a preaoplifier with ao equalization oet-
worl that provides RIAA record co[rpensa-
tion. Audio signals from the pickup cartridge
are coupled to the base of
Q5101
where fiey
ate aoplified aod coupled to the base of
Q5102.
Pat of the output of
Q5102
is fed
back to the eoitter of
Q5101.
A low frequency coupliog oetwork R5102 aad
L5101 is coaoected from the collector of
a sioilar circuit io the left chaonel. Uo-
desirable low frequency sigoals ate theo
coupled togethet in an out of phase conditioo
effectively cancelliog the6 out.
The reoaining ourpur froo
Q!102
is capaci-
tively coupled to the base of voltage ampli-
SOLID STATE STEREO AMPLIFIER, Type TSAT
Figure l. Solid State Stereo Aoplifier, Type TSA7.
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SOLID STATE STEREO AMPLIFIER, Type TSAT
fier
Q5103.
Traosistors
Q!l0l
and
Q5104
are
conoected ia a Darlingtoo configurar.ion
which is characterized by a high input io-
pedance and a low ouqrut iopedaoce. The
ouqrut of
Q5f04
is thea coupled to the AVC
circuit, the TREBLE, BASS aod VOLUME
controls and the predriver stage.
AVC Circuit
A saopliog of tbe output of
Q5104
is coupled
through C5105 to tbe base of
Q5105.
The
output ftoo the collector of
Q5105
is recti-
fie<i by diode CR5l06 creating a d.c. voltage.
This voltage varies with the average ampli-
tude of tbe sigaal voltage applied to
Q5105.
This varyiog d.c, voltage is directly coupled
to the ceoter of dual diode CRif05. If a
large sigoal voltage is coupled to
Q5105,
ttren a large d.c. signal is coupled to diodes
CR5l04 and CR5105. Ttis large signal
forwatd biases the diodes effectively de-
creasing their resistance. As the resistance
decreases, oore of the signal voltage at the
base of
Q5103
is shunted to grouod effec-
tively decreasiog the input signal to
Q510i.
Treble, Base, Volume and Gain Set Controls
The TREBLE aod BASS controls are in paral-
lel with the output froo
Q5104.
The TREBLE
control varies the amount of high frequencies
fed through the VOLUME concol to the pre-
driver stage,
Q5106.
The BASS coorol varies
the aoount of low frequencies fed to
Q5106.
The VOLUME control varies the aoouot of
drive to the base of
Q5106.
The individual
Gaio Set Cootrols compeosate for gain
differences of the voltage aoplifier and,/or
po*,er amplifier. It is also used to balance
tbe systeD.
Predriver, Driver and Power
4nplifier
Stages
The ouput hoo the VOLUME cootrol is
capacirively coupled to the base of ptedriver
stage
Q5106.
The ouput of
Q5106
feeds the
bases of driver stages
Q5107
aod
Q5f08.
Power aoplifier stages
Q5109
and
Q5110
are
operated io a complioeotary synroetry coo-
figuratioo which produces tle power required
to drive the output uansformer, T5102.
Shori Circuit Protectior Circuit
This citcuit prevents aoplifiet damage due
to sbort circuits, ovetloads ot iocoEcct con'
nections io the speaket systeo. If a coodi-
tioo occurs in the speaker systeE that tlay
result ia daoage to the aoplifier, the short
circuit protection citcuit biases the inPut
transistots ioto cut-off.
Refer to Schemtic Diagrao. The output
curent is oooitored by oeasuriog the voltage
across eoitter resistor R5128. As the curent
through R5128 increases, capacitot C5122
charges in tie polatity shown. Fot aoy
particular tioe period the potential reached
is only a fraction of the potential at the
eDirter resistor due to the time coostaot
deteroined by DELAY TIME poteotiooeter
R5141A aad the voltage divider consisting
of R5f36 and R5137. If the cutrent through
R5128 increases eaough, capacitor C5122
will charge to a potential that results in the
conductioo of
Q!111.
Vhen
Q5lll
conducts
its collector cutrent forvard biases
Q5112
causing
Q5112
to conduct. Due to feedback
betweea the Eaosistors, both
Q5fll
aod
Q5112
santrate and becooe indepeadent of
c5122.
Vheo
Q5112
saturates, tie potention oo the
collector rises froo
-20
volts to oea! zeto.
This change in poteotial is coupled through
R5130 to 6e forward bias CR5l02, thereby
reduciog the collector voltage of
Q5101
in
the Pre-Aoplifier to p.actically zeto. This
cuts off the first stage of the Pre-Anplifiet
preventiog any furthet signal from pass.ing
tluough the aoplifier. Sioce the powet
aoplifier stages a.e operati.oS oear class B,
no input results io very little curretrt flow.
Mute Relay
The oute relay (K5101) is used to quiet the
aoplifier befote record trarsfer takes place
to avoid uopleasaot ooise in the output. The
relay is eoergized
q,heoevet
the trip switch
io the Select-O-Matic Mechaniso is closed.
A holding circuit for the mute relay is coo-
pleted through contacts 3M1l of the cao
switch in the oechaoiso, These cootacts are
closed wben the oechaniso is io the &aos-
fer ot scao
p6sitioo.
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SOLID STATE STEREO AMPLIFIER, Type TSAT
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Wheo the oute relay is energized, contacts
1A11 close completing a circuit to the ttip
solenoid io the oechanism, Cootacts 1A1
and 1A2l close to mute the aoplifier. Coo-
tacts 1A1 grouod the audio signal ftoo tie
top of the right chanael voluoe contol. Coo-
tacts lA21 grouod the audio signal ftoo the
top of the left chaonel volume coorol.
Vhen cootacts 1A12 open, the grouod circuit
to dual diode CR5106 is opeoed. This allows
capacitors C5120 and C5121 to charge in the
direction indicated
q,hich
tesults in diodes
CR5t04 aod CR5l05 beiag forwatd biased.
Forvatd biasing diode CR5104 aod CR5l05
gtounds the input s ignal to the base of the
aoplifier stage
(Q5103) through C5103. Wheo
the Eute relay is de-energized and cootacts
1A12 close, capacitor C5121 discharges
slowly through R5132. This results io a
slow unmutiog of the aoplifier rather than a
sharp returo to ousic.
3. ADJUSTII'ENTS AND MAINTENANCE
a. Short Circuit Protection Circuit Adjustment
The dual DELAY TIME potentiooeter is used
ro adjust the short circuit protectioo circuit.
This conrol is preset at the factory aod
noroally does oot tequire further adjustment.
If ho*,ever, adiustaent does becooe oeces-
sary, a pulse test record, Seeburg Patt No.
25L44 is required. This 7 ioch 45 tpo. re-
cotd includes verbal iostructioos fot adiust-
ing the DELAY TIME potentiooeter.
NOTE'
APPLY SILICOII E GREASE TO
CLOYH SIDES OF I'ICA WASHER
EEFORE REPLACING CH SSIS.
Figure 2.
b. Driver Transistor Replacement
If the drivet transistors,
Qrl07, Q5108,
Q5113
or
Q5114,
need to be replaced, they
Eust be oounted as shown in Figure 2. Be
sure boti sides of the oica washer are
coated c,ith silicooe grease.
c. Bias Adjuetrnent for Output Transistors
The bias adiustment potentiometer located
io the coroer of each voltage amplifier
printed circuit board is used to ptoperly ad-
just
bias oa the output traosistors. This ad-
justruent
ehould not be touched unless
componenta in the Predriver, Driver or
Output Stages are changed. For proper ad-
iusmeot
of bias see Note No,9 oo the
scheoatic diagrao,
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Figure 3.
Voltage Aoplifier Control Circuit Board.
MUTE.IRIP OUTPUT TRAXS. OIJTPUI TRANS.
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A5103
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SERVICE MANUAL
50-24
SOLID STATE CONTROL CENTER, Type SCCS
Figure l. Solid State Control Center,
Type SCC8.
P4e I
POWER TRANSFORMER
(t3lot
)
All connections between the SCC8 and other
uoits within the phonograph cabioet are oade
with plugs that are keyed by colot and/or
oumber of contacts so they cannot be incorrectly
conoected.
ADJUSTMENTS
a. Trip Relay Contacts
(refer
to Figure 2)
i. Adiust the armature as required to obtaio a
l/16 inch clearance betweeo the aroature
and the aroature back stop when the relay
is energized.
2. Form the short blades as requfued to ob-
taio a contact gap of 0,020 inch.
SCLIO STATE
AUIO SPEEO
TYPE SAS2
GENERAL
The Solid State Cootrol Ceoter is a power
fistribution center and a
junction
unit for con-
trol circuits of the cooplete phonograph. The
codrol ceoter iocludes a power supply, a play
coouol assembly, write-io, read-out aod seosing
circuits. The po*rer supply cooverts 120 volts
a.c. into the various voltaSes needed to operate
the iadividual chassis. The play control as-
seably starts the scanoing operation of the
Dechanism carriage and the! stoPs the cartiage
afrer rwo complete cycles. The write-io circuit
provides the necessary curiept for making a
selection. The read-out and sensiog circuits
provide the oecessary voltage for stoppiag the
Eechaniso at the selected record during a scao
operatioo.
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SERVICE MANUAL
Page 2
CONTROL BOARD
ASSEMBLY
SOLID STATE CONTROL CENTER, Type
SCC8
ARMA TU RE
Figure 2. Trip Relay Detail.
3. Check fot a ooe ounce contact force on
each pait of contacts. If there is less than
ooe ouoce of force, teplace the blades.
5.
K3I03 TR IP RELAY
R 0.Di.obt. S.l.c, xi, R.roy hord
(lEtl-
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Figure 4. Play Coatol Svitch Detail.
b. Play Control Swirch Conracrs
l. Unplug the Type SCCS Solid State Control
Center from the power
iuoctioo
bor.
2. Press andrelease the add solenoid plunger.
(Refer
to F igure 3 fot the location of the
solenoid).
3, Press and release the subrract solenoid
plunger.
4. Press and hold the subtract solenoid
plunger.
Adlust the two loog blades so they are
iust
touching the rip of the ratchet wheel.
Refer to Figure 4.
Release the subtract soleooid pluoger.
Adfust the short blades for 0.020 and 0.010
inch contact gap.
6.
7.
K3tO2 S3tOt
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Parts Location Detail
Bottom View.
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SERVICE MANUAT- 50- 24
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DRAWING NO. 3I9O3O
SOLID STATE CONTROL CENTER, Type SCC8
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50.24 SERVICE MAI{UAL
Page 4
SOLID STATE CONTROL CENTER, Type SCCS
A3101 319021
c3101 87749
c3102 87749
c3103 86290
c3104 8686
c3105 86313
c31ffi 85313
c3107 86278
c3r08 86250
c3109 86367
c3ll0 85317
c3lll 86313
c3ll2 86313
c3ll3 87511
c3t14 87725
cR3lol 309476
cR3l02 309475
cR3l03 309476
cR3l04 309476
cR3l05 309372
cR3106 309372
cR3l07 309485
cR3l08 309375
cR3109 309384
F3101 319028
F3i02 764814
F3103 307556
J 3101 710315
J 3102 710531
J 3103 309343
J 3104 309361
J 3105 309360
I3106 303446
J 3107 318101
Control Board Asembly
15 Mfd. 250 V. Lytic
15 Mfd. 250 V. Lytic
.047 Mfd. 600 V. Molded Mylar
.15 Mfd. 600 V. l\,lolded Mylar
.01 Mfd. 500 V. Ceramic
.01 Mfd. 500 V. Ceramic
3000 Pfd. 566 Y. 611111.
5000 Pfd. 500 V. Cerarttic
l Mfd. 200 V. llletal luylar
.01 Mfd. 1400 V. Ceramic
.01 MId. 500 V. Ceramic
.01 Mfd. 500 V. Ceramic
300 Mfd. 50 V. Lytic
1000 Mfd. 35 V. Lytic
Silicon Dide 100 V.
Silicon Dide 100 V.
Silicon Dide 100 V.
Silicon Dide 100 V.
Silicon Dide 6ffi V.
Silicon oiode 600 V.
Zener Diode 150 V. I Y{. 5%
Zener Dide 21 v. 10 $1. 10%
Silicon Dide 170 V.
V8 Amp Fuse
1ll Amp Fuse
15 Amp Ftse
12 Contact Socket Housing
9 Contact Socket Housing
12 Contact Socket Housing
l2 Contact Socket Housing
l2 Contact Socket Housing
Single Prong Phono Socket
15 Position Edge Connector
K3l0l 303482 Add Solenoid
K3102 303484 Subtract Sotenoid
K3103 317024 Re lay
L3l0l 303603 130 Microhenry Choke 5%
13102 30y02 100 Microtnnry Choke 5%
P3101 3U957 Auto Speed Dummy Plug Assem.
R3101 82460 l Megohm }{ lt. l0%
R3102 82460 I Megohrn l,
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R3103 82880 150,000 ohm l.tv. l0%
R3104 824ss 820,000 ohm ll tV. 10%
R3105 82837 56,000 Ohm 2lY. 10%
R3106 308971 36 Ohm % l{. 5%
R3107 82432 4700 Ohm I l{. l0%
R3108 82617 47 Ohm )4 trI. 5%
R3109 82155 27 0hnkV.5%
R3110 82462 1.5 trlegohm I l{. lt]%
R31ll 82517 41 Ohn k W.570
R3ll2 82655 130 Ohm ]4 W.5%
R3113 82658 2N lhn lz W.5%
R3ll4 82661 910 Ohm )l t{. 5%
R3115 82881 25,il0 Ohm M.F.5lY. 10%
R3116 8287 4 33,000 Ohm 2 l{. i0%
S3101 303481 Play Control Switch
SCS3l0l 309472 Silicon Control Srvitch
T3l0l 311924 Power Transformer 60 Hertz
*
T3101 311925 Power Transformer 50 Hertz
W3l0l 766363 Line Cad & Ph8 Assembly
23101 303464 Play Cofltrol Assembly
*
For 50 Hertz Units, use a lternate componenls marked with
an asterisk.
SERVICE MAI'IUAL
55-2{
PaSe I
SOLID STATE AUTO SPEED UNIT. Typc SAS2
r. GENERAL
The Solid State Auto SPeed Unit,
Type SAS2
provides 44 cycles, 95
volts square wave out-
put to the Select-O-Matic Mechauiso Motor
ttheo 13-l/3
rpo. records are played. The Auto
Speed Unit consists of a unijuoction oscillator
with a speed conEol, ao emittet follower
rype
bufier stage, a free tunoiag iovertet aod a
power telay. Power for the Auto SPeed Uoit is
supplied by the Solid State Control Ceoter to
vhich it is coooected.
2. OPERATION
a. Switching Circuil
Nhell a 11-l/3
rpIn, record is transferred to
play position, the claop ato srritch
(6M1)
closes to provide a ground path from the
reset leve. switch
(2Mll) which is closed,
through the cao svitch
(3M16), vhich is also
closed, to pin
3 of
Plug
P1100, through the
Solid State Coottol Center to pin
I
of the
Auto Speed
plug P2101. This causes the
po{,et relay K2101 to energize.
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- -;cr..;
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x2101
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)
Energizing the power relay, svitches the
oechaniso ootor froo the 120 V,60 cycle
lioe to the 95 Y
,
44 cycle ouput of the Auto
Speed.
b. Oscillating Circuit
The uoilunction oscillatot ptoduces positive
pulses at a repetitioo rate of 89 pulses per
second. This rate can be changed by adiust-
ing the speed contiol
(R2102).
This changes
the charge tioe of C2101. The output oi the
unijunctioo oscillator is used to drive ftee
running inverter at the desited frequency of
44.5 cycles. The ouaput is a square wave.
3. Adjustmerts
a. Frequency
The desired frequency for a turotable speed
of
)1-1/1 rpm. is approximately 44.5 cycles
and is checked by using a strobe disc oo the
tumtable. For 60 cycle operation, the pait
ouober of the strobe disc to be used is
!08487. For 50 cycle operatioo, the part
ouober of the strobe disc to be used is
,08478.
The adjustmeat is oade as follovs:
l. Replace a record with the appropriate auto
speed strobe disc. The light source fre-
queocy tnust conforo to the &equency in-
dicated on the strobe disc.
2. Press the appropriate ouEber aod letter
button which selects the srobe disc oo to
the oechaniso turntable.
3. Carefully prop the pickup aro out of the way.
4. Allow the unit to nm approximately three
oioutes.
5. Set the ootor speed to
33-l /3 rpo. by adjust-
iog the
SPEED coorol on the auto,speed
uoit so that the inoer and outer bands o the
strobe disc oove in opposite ditections.
6. Reoove the strobe disc and replace thc
re cord -
RESE'
LEVER
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Figure 1. Simplified Switchiog Circuits.
55. 2l
SERVICE IIAI{UAL
Page 2
SOLID STATE AUTO SPEED UNIT, Type SAS2
POPER CON TROL
1.
2.
b. Power Contrcl Relay
(Refer
to Figure 2)
Adiuct the aroature as tequired m obtain a
lh6 io,cb clcaratrce betwee! the aroature
end the aroature back stop vhen the relay is
energized.
forn the shct blades so they move 1/54
inch vbea they oaLe and b,reak.
3. Forp the short blades as tequired so there is
^
l/r2 inch contact gap on cootact
lnirs ..":
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SERVICE MANUAL
55.24
SOLID STATE AUTO SPEED UNIT, TvPe SAS2 and SAS2-5
l{oT Es:
'.
.
FOR 50 IIZ. UNITS, TYPE SAS2.5, USE ALTERNATE COMPONENTS
MARKEO WITH ASTERISK.
2. TO SET AUTO SPEEO FREQ, FIRST SET..SPEED CONTROL.,
R2Io2 To MIN. {FULL coUNTERcLocKwIsE As vIEwEo FRoM
AOP OF CHASSIS) & AOJUST
(FACTORY
SET" CONTROL
R2]'7 FOR A UNIJUNCTION OSCILLATOR FREQ. OF APPROX, &
HERTZ FOR THE SAS2 & APPROX. 70 HERTZ FOR THE SAS2'5 THEN
AOJUST "SPEED CONTROL,I TO DESIREO INVERTER OUTPUT FREQ,
3. ALL RESISTORS ARE IN OHMS UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED"
.. ALL CAPACITORS ARE IN MICROFARAO UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED.
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A2101 317958 Auto$eed Board lssembly
Capacito( .82 Mfd. 100 V. lr'letal Mylar
Capacitor 100 Mfd. l0 V. Lvtic
Capacitor 2.0 Mfd. 200 V. Mylar
Capacitor 1000 Mfd. 35 V. Lytic
Capacito .05 litfd. 200 V. Mylat
Capacitor 100 Mfd. 10 V. Lytic
Capaclta .01 [,lfd.500 V. Ceramic
Capacitor 10 tffd.5 V. Lytic
Silicon Dide 170 V.
Silicon Dide 170 V.
Silicm Diode U0 V.
Silicon Dide 170 V.
Silicon Diode 100 V.
Silicon Diode 100 V.
Silicon Diode 170 V.
Silicon Diode 100 V.
2 Amp. Fuse
Edge Connect0s
(12
Position)
Power Relay
(60
Hertz)
Power Relay
(50 Hertz)
Cap Housing
Item Part No. Description
c2101 86368
c2102 8n52
c2103 86349
c2101 8n25
c2105 86235
c2106 8n52
c2107 86313
c2108 87697
cR210l 309384
cR2l02 309384
cR2103 309384
cR2104 S9384
cR2105 309476
cR2106 309476
cR2107 309384
cRzlm 309476
F2l0l 300103
J 2l0l 309308
K2101 X17817
K2101 317878
P2l0l 710316
R2101 82434
R2102 317958
R2103 82t52
R2104 82400
R2105 82408
R2106 81288
R2107 81288
R2108 81236
R2109 81236
R2110 81295
R2lll 81295
R2112 82432
R2li3 82408
R2114 82408
R2115 81293
R2116 82898
R2117, 317968
T2101 317874
T2l0l 317875
Unijunction Transistor
NPN Power Transistor
NPN Power Transistor
NPN Transistor
Resistor 6800 Ohm )i lt. i0%
8000 Ohm Potentiometer
Resisto( ll00 ohm, ,r lV. 5%
Resistu l0 0hm,
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Resistor 47 0hm, 11
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Resistor 4i0 0hmW.lt. 2 U. l0%
Resistor 4i0 $m lY.It. 2 I. l0%
Resistor 47 Ohm ll.ll. 2 lt. l0%
Resistor 47 Ohm ll.W. 2 ll. l0%
Resistot 230 Ohm lY.lY. 5 ll. l0%
Resistor 230 Ohm Yl.lY. 5lL l0%
Resistor {700 Ohm }6 I{. 10%
Resistor
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Resistor 47 Ohm I
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Resistor l2m Ohm lV.l{. 2 IL 5%
Resistor 210 ohm 14 ll. 5%
80ffi Ohm Potentiometer
Output Transformer
(50
Hertz)
output TranslorrEr
(50
Hertz)
Q2101
309443
Q2102
309441
Q2t03
309441
Q2104
309442