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Yamaha RX-S75 tuner schematic

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Old January 3rd 06, 06:32 PM posted to sci.electronics.repair
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Default Yamaha RX-S75 tuner schematic

I need the schematic of the front end (AM/FM)of the RX-S75 receiver.
Could someone copy and e-mail that portion only? The unit was dropped
and now has no AM or FM. All else is working OK. I have found some
cracks in the circuit board but am having trouble tracing DC voltages
of need some visual references.


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