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1.
A
defective
in-guarantee
radio
must
be accompanied
by
the
Customer's Guarantee
Policy
Tag.
This tag must be
properly
filled
in by
theVolkswagen dealer at
the time
of
radio
purchase.
Accept
as
guarantee repairs
only
those
radios
within
the
2 year
or
24,OOO
miles
(whichever occurs
first)
guarantee
period.
The
removal
or
reinstallation
of
this
receiver
is
customarily perform-
ed
by
the
Volkswagen dealer
and is not
covered
by thisguaran-
tee.
Also, the
removal
of
motor
noise,
tire static, electrical
inter-
ference,
faulty
installations
and aerial
repairs are
not
considered
as
guarantee repairs
and therefore,
expenses
related
to
such
services
should
by
handled
by the
car
dealer.
2.
Fill in
Motorola
Guarantee
Labor Claim,
Part
Number
68-60016,430, and
mail
Green and Pink copies
to:
Motorola
G
uarantee
Service
Motorola Automotive
Products, lnc.
9401
West
Grand Avenue
Franklin
Park,
lllinois
60'1
3'l
SERVICE STATION
PROCEDURE
SERVICE
NOTES
3.
The Yellow copy
of
the
labor claim
is
to
be
retained
by
the
authorized
service
station
for
his
files.
4.
The
Blue
copy should
be
returned
to
the car
dealer
with
the
unit.
This is
necessary
for
the
dealer
to
complete
his
warranty
report.
5. Defective pa;ts
for
guarantee repairs
are'to
be sent
to
your
Motorola
Parts
Distributor
for
f
ree replacement supported
with
the
defective parts return
tag
or
form
which you
are
now
using.
6.
Only
those
service
stations authorized
by
Motorola
or
their
Distributors can perform
guarantee repairs
on a
no-charge
basis
to
the customer.
lf
you
are
not
already
authorized
as
a
Motorola
Auto
Radio
Service
Station and
you
are
interested
in
handling
this
service,
please
contact
N,4otorola
for
complete
details.
-
1.
RADIO POLARITY
-
When servicing
this unit, the
"A"
lead
must
be connected
to
the
positive
side
of
the
power supply.
If
connected otherwise,
receiver
will
not
operate and
damage
to
components may result.
2. POWER
SUPPLY REOUIREMENTS
- lt
is preferable
to
use
a storage
battery (without
a battery
charger)
in
place
of
a
bat-
tery eliminator.
lf
a battery
eliminator
is used,
it
must
be well
f
iltered
and
regu
lated.
3.
OUTPUT LOAD
-
Alwaysoperatethis
receiver
with
an
output
load, either
B
ohm
speaker
or
B ohm,
5
watt
resistive
load.
4. PUSHBUTTON SET
UP
- To
set pushbuttons, allow
receiver
to
warm-up
for
fifteen
minutes. Pull
out on
pushbutton
to
un-
lock.
Push
pushbutton
in
firmly
to
lock after
station
has
been
se
I
ected.
5.
TRANSISTOR REPLACEMENT
-
When
replacing
a
transistor
other than
a
power
type
transistor,
grasp
the transistor
leads
between transistor
body and plated
board
with
a pair
of
long
nose pliers
to
prevent
excessive
heating
of
transistor body
during
soldering operation.
6.
POWER
TRANSISTOR REPLACEMENT -
When replacing
a
power
type transistor
be sure
to:
A.
Use
the
transistor specified
in the
Replacement
Parts
List.
B.
Coat
both
sides
of
transistor
insulator
with
DC-4
qrease
(Motorola part
number 11-490481)
to
insure
proper
heat
d
issipation.
C.
Securely
and
evenly
tighten
the
transistor mounting
screws.
7.
PLATED BOARD REMOVAL
-
(NOTE.
Before
removal
of
plated
chassis,
note location of
wires and
cables;
they
should
be
dressed
the
same
when
the
chassis
board
is
installed
later).
To
remove
the
plated
chassis
board
for
servicing,
remove
top
cover
and bracket mount
screw
at
rear
(see
Fiq.
1
&
2).
Remove
bracket,
then
lift
chassis
to a
more
serviceable
position.
t
-
FIG.
1
9SMV PARTS
LOCATION AND
ACCESS
POINTS
FIG.2
9SMV-6
PARTS LOCATION
AND
ACCESS POINTS

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