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2.14 Where can I get a service manual for my CED Player?




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This article is from the RCA SelectaVision VideoDisc FAQ, by tom@cedmagic.com (Tom Howe) with numerous contributions by others.

2.14 Where can I get a service manual for my CED Player?

Photocopies of the service manuals for the RCA and Sears players, as
well as the Hitachi VIP2000 are available from Sams Technical Publishing
at (800) 428-7267. To order, just supply the name brand and model number
of the player. For other CED players the service manual can sometimes be
obtained from the service department of the name brand that appears on
the player. Note that it is not always necessary to get the original
manual. For example, the manual for the Realistic 16-301 can be used for
the Hitachi VIP1000, since these two players are electronically and
mechanically identical. Both Hitachi and Toshiba have almost totally
abandoned their service support for CED players, so it may be easier
to obtain parts from the service departments of their name brand
equivalents. Consult the CED Player Reference Guide to determine these
equivalents.


 

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