Microphone Assembly

Before you begin,

  • Remove the rear housing
  • Discharge the CRT
  • Remove the anode cap
  • Warning: This product contains high voltage and a high-vacuum picture tube. To prevent injury, review CRT safety and discharge instructions in Bulletins/ Safety.

Microphone Assembly

Awarning: Never use a grounding wriststrap until after discharging the CRT.

1 Disconnect the microphone cable between the microphone and the analog board.

2 If necessary, cut the tie-wrap that secures the microphone cable to the degauss coil.

3 Open the two plastic latches and remove the microphone assembly from the bezel.

Replacement Note: You may need to use a flat-blade screwdriver to press the microphone gasket back into the chassis.

Before you begin,

  • Remove the rear housing
  • Discharge the CRT
  • Remove the anode cap
  • Remove the analog board
  • Disconnect the microphone cable

Awarning: This product contains high voltage and a high-vacuum picture tube. To prevent injury, review CRT safety and discharge instructions in Bulletins/ Safety.

Awarning: Never use a grounding wriststrap until after discharging the CRT.

1 Remove the four self-threading screws that secure the CRT to the bezel.

2 Awarning: Never touch the anode or grasp the neck of the CRT to remove it from the bezel. The neck of the CRT breaks easily and the anode may retain high voltages.

Lift the CRT straight out of the bezel and place the

CRT facedown on the protective workbench pad.

Awarning: If you need to dispose of the CRT, refer to CRT disposal instructions in Bulletins/Safety.

Replacement Note: If you are replacing a defective CRT, first remove the degauss coil (see the next topic).

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