Opening And Closing The Sub Panel; Optional Remote Control Transmitter; Maintenance - Yamaha KX-690 Owner's Manual

Natural sound stereo cassette deck
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OPENING AND CLOSING THE SUB PANEL

To open the sub panel

OPTIONAL REMOTE CONTROL TRANSMITTER

With the optional remote control transmitter RKX1, you can
operate this unit at your listening position. For details,
refer to the instruction manual supplied with the remote
control transmitter.
SINGLE DECK
¤
INTRO SCAN
DOUBLE DECK
DUBBING
DECK A/B
DIR A
!
COUNTER
SEARCH
RESET
!
PLAY
REC/PAUSE REC MUTE
STOP
RKX1
s
CLEANING OF THE TAPE PATH
Continued high quality performance of your deck is
dependent upon periodic cleaning of the heads, capstan,
pinch roller, and all surfaces over which the tape travels.
Normal use will cause an accumulation of dirt and dust on
the heads, capstans, and pinch rollers. This can lead to
poor sound quality, drop outs (intervals with no sound),
unsteady tape speed, loss of high frequency response,
etc.
Thus, clean the heads and all surfaces over which the
tape travels with a commercially available cleaning
cassette and fluid type cleaner.
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DIR B

MAINTENANCE

To close the sub panel
REMOTE CONTROL OPERATION RANGE
Remote sensor
30°
30°
Inside of the cassette compartment
Capstan
Pinch roller
DEMAGNETIZATION
After 20-30 hours of use, enough residual magnetism will
build up on the heads to cause poor high frequency
reproduction. At this time you should use a commercially
available head demagnetizer.
÷ When cleaning the tape path or demagnetizing the
heads, be sure to follow carefully the instructions of the
concerning materials such as cleaning fluid or head
demagnetizer.
7 m (23 feet)
Head
Capstan
Pinch roller

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