Onkyo T-4037 Service Manual covers following topics:
- How to repair Onkyo T-4037 Synthesized FM Stereo/AM Tuner?
- How to maintain and fix your Onkyo T-4037 Synthesized FM Stereo/AM Tuner?
- Specifications, Service procedures, Packing view, Block diagram,
- Exploded view, Parts list, Circuit description, Block diagram or IC,
- Printed circuit board view, Schematic diagram, Adjustment procedures,
- Printed circuit board view, Printed circuit board parts list
Onkyo T-4037 Service Manual(Book ID=38389 Added on August 20, 2012) Onkyo T-4037 Service Manual covers Repair Guide, Troubleshooting, Parts List, Exploded diagram, Wiring Diagram, Schematics, Assembly and dissembly of equipment. Using Onkyo T-4037 Service Manual, you will be able to get answer of common questions regarding equipment like:
- How to open and clean Onkyo T-4037 Servi?
- How to fix broken Onkyo T-4037 Servi?
- How to solve various error codes?
- How to repair broken parts and various part numbers?
- What is the meaning of various buttons and indicators on device?
- How to carry out alignment and routine servicing of your device?
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Service Procedure of the Onkyo T-4037
This unit does not require memory preservation batteries. A built-in memory power back-up system preserves contents of the memory during power failures and even when the unit is unplugged. The unit must be plugged in and the power switch turned on and off once in order to charge the back-up system. Note that since this is not a permanent memory, the power switch must be turned on and off a few times each month to keep the back-up system operable. The period of time during which memory contents are preserved after power has last been turned off varies depending on climate and the location and placement of the unit. On the average, memory contents arc protected over a period of 3 to 4 weeks (a minimum of 2 weeks) after the last time power has been turned off. This period is shorter when the unit is exposed to very high humidity or used in an area with an extremely humid climate.