Information about the radio


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Hoteldebotel
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Information about the radio

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Goodmorning,

My dad owns a Honda Goldwing GL1100 Interstate anniversary edition 1982/1983. He has a problem with the original Clarion radio. He wants to open it all up, but needs some schemes from Inside the radio. The radio consists of 3 departments.

Attached I took a photo from the labels. Can one of you help me?

Kind regards,

Bob
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newday777
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Welcome to the forum

In the 12 years of being on goldwing forums I have not seen postings of the inside of the various radio parts of the 1100 wings.
Most here in the USA send there radios to Sierra Electronics for repairs on them. You might contact them to see if they have information to share.

https://www.sierra-mc.com/radioservice. ... %20rows%20

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newday777 wrote:
Fri Oct 16, 2020 9:29 am
Welcome to the forum

In the 12 years of being on goldwing forums I have not seen postings of the inside of the various radio parts of the 1100 wings.
Most here in the USA send there radios to Sierra Electronics for repairs on them. You might contact them to see if they have information to share.

https://www.sierra-mc.com/radioservice. ... %20rows%20
I fixed my 1100 radio by desoldering and replacing all the electrolytic capacitors...but it was a hell of a job. Those radios are densely PACKED with components, and are not easy to work on.

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