Eclipse AVN 6000 Installation manual

Eclipse AVN 6000 Installation manual
DVD Navigation System with 6.5" Wide TFT Display and Dual-DVD Multi-Source Receiver
MODEL
INSTALLATION MANUAL
Be sure to read this installation manual thoroughly prior to installation and making connections. If
installation methods or non-standard parts not specified in this installation manual are used, accidents
or injury may result.
Professional installation is recommended, contact the place of purchase to schedule an appointment.
After reading the owner's manual and the installation manual thoroughly, keep them in a safe place for
later reference.
To dealers:
Give this installation manual to the customer after installation and all connections have been
completed.
Contents
Before
installation
Connections
Installation
Components
For your safety in using the AVN6000
Installation Diagram
2
3
5
Names and functions of terminals
Connecting the vehicle speed pulse, parking brake, and reverse wires
System connection example
6
10
12
Installing the GPS antenna
Installing the main unit
13
16
Components
Check that all of the following components are present
Main unit components
1 Main unit x 1
2 Interconnecting wires
3 Interconnecting wires
(Power and front speaker
wires)
(10P) x 1
5 Interconnecting wires
(Speed pulse, parking brake,
reverse)
(5P) x 1
9 Flat head screw
6 Interconnecting wires
7 Interconnecting wires
(Video output and RSE)
(5P) x 1
10 Splicing connector
(Red:M5x8) x 8
(Rear speaker wires)
(6P) x 1
(Video input)
4 Interconnecting wires
(Sub-woofer, line out, and steering
remote control connector)
(20P) x 1
8 Hex-head bolt
(6P) x 1
(Red:M5x8) x 8
11 MAP DVD-ROM
x3
x1
GPS antenna components
12 GPS antenna
13 Waterproof cushion
14 Earthing plate
15 Body protective sheet
x1
x1
x1
x1
Wiring components
16 Wire tie
(for GPS antenna)
x4
Tip
When installing the main unit, some vehicle models may require the use of items that need to be
obtained separately such as a power supply adaptor wire, radio antenna adaptor wire or mounting
bracket.
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For y our safety in using the AVN6000
Warnings and caution signs, illustrated below, are posted throughout this manual as well as on the
AVN6000. They show safe and correct ways to handle the main unit to prevent personal injury to you and
others and avoid damage to property.
Before reading through the manual, take time to read through and learn the important information listed in
this section.
This "Warning" sign indicates a situation in which incorrect handling may
result in death or serious personal injury.
This "Caution" sign indicates a situation in which incorrect handling may
result in personal injury or may result solely in damage to property.
Tip
This section contains information that can help to prevent problems and
damage to the main unit, and also contains other useful information.
• Do not install this main unit in locations where it may
obstruct the driver's view, or where it may endanger
passengers in the vehicle. Otherwise, an accident or
injury may result.
• Never supply power to another electrical appliance
by splicing or tapping into this main unit's power wire.
Otherwise, the current capacity of the wire will be
exceeded, resulting in a fire or electric shock.
• Do not install this main unit in locations where it may
interfere with the operation of the steering wheel,
shift lever, brake pedal, etc. Otherwise, an accident
or injury may result.
• Never attempt to disassemble or modify the main
unit. Otherwise, an accident, fire, or electric shock
may result.
• When installing the main unit into a vehicle with a
passenger side air bag, do not secure it to the air
bag's cover or in places where it may impede air bag
deployment. Otherwise, proper air bag operation may
not be ensured in the event of an accident, causing
injury or death.
• To prevent damage to the vehicle, confirm the
locations of hoses, electrical wiring, and the fuel tank
prior to drilling holes to install this main unit. Also,
take precautions so that the main unit does not
interfere, nor come in contact with them. Otherwise,
a fire may result.
• When making holes (example: drilling) be sure to
wear protective eyewear. Otherwise, an injury such
as loss of eyesight may result.
• When installing this main unit, never use the existing
nuts or bolts that secure parts of the fuel tank, or the
steering, or braking systems. Otherwise, improper
steering, or braking or a fire may result.
• Exposed wires must be insulated with electrical tape.
Otherwise, a short circuit, fire, or electric shock may
result.
• To prevent a short circuit from occurring, disconnect
the battery's negative terminal before installing this
main unit. Otherwise, an electric shock or injury may
result.
• When using an existing nut and/or bolt from the
vehicle to earth this main unit, do not use any that
secure parts of the steering or braking systems.
Otherwise, an accident may result.
• Do not modify this system for use other than that
specified herein. Also, do not deviate from the
installation procedures described herein; Eclipse will
not be held liable for damages including, but not
limited to serious injury, death, or property damage
resulting from installations that enable unintended
operation.
• Bundle wires and harnesses with electrical tape or
wire ties to prevent them from interfering with moving
parts. If they should entangle with the steering wheel,
shift lever, or brake pedal, an accident may result.
• This main unit is intended for operation in DC 12-volt,
negative-earthed vehicles only. Never use it in 24volt vehicles such as heavy trucks or diesel vehicles
with cold-region specifications.
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• Do not operate the main unit in a malfunctioning
condition, for instance, when the audio does not play.
Doing so may result in an accident, fire, or electrical
shock.
• Do not place the vinyl storage bag over a person's
head. It may cause a serious accident or death by
suffocation.
• Do not disassemble or rebuild this main unit. Doing
so may cause an accident, fire, or electrical shock.
• If an abnormal situation occurs, such as foreign
matter entering or liquid splashing on the main unit,
or smoke or a strange odour emitting from the main
unit, shut off the main unit immediately and consult
the dealer from whom you purchased it. Continued
operation may cause an accident, fire, or electrical
shock.
• When it is necessary to replace the fuse, always use
a fuse of the correct rating (number of amperes). Use
of fuses with higher amperage ratings may cause a
fire.
• This main unit must be operated only as an on-board
main unit, or it may cause electrical shock or injury.
• For best results, this main unit should be installed by
a professional installer.
Contact the dealer from whom you purchased the
main unit for an appointment.
• Do not play distorted sounds for long periods of time;
the speakers may overheat and cause a fire.
• When installing this main unit, be sure to use the
supplied mounting hardware. If parts other than
those supplied are used, the main unit may be
damaged internally, or may not be held in place
securely and become dislodged.
• Once installation and wiring have been completed,
return the brakes and electrical equipment such as
lights, horn, hazard warning lights and turn signal
lights to their original places, and check that they
operate correctly. If you use the vehicle while any of
this equipment is not working correctly, fire, electric
shocks or accidents may occur.
• Avoid installing this main unit in places where it may
get wet, such as near windows, or in places that are
moist or dusty. Presence of liquid, moisture, or dust
inside this main unit can cause short circuiting
resulting in smoke or fire.
• Use the supplied wire harness with this main unit.
Other manufacturers may use a similar wire harness
connector but pin configurations are incorrect for use
with Eclipse main units and can damage the main
unit. Prior to powering up the main unit, please make
sure the main unit is properly earthed with the vehicle
chassis. If no earth is available to the chassis, add a
earthing strap from the main unit to the vehicle
chassis to improve the earth.
• If this main unit is not connected properly, a short
circuit, fire, or accident may occur.
• When routing wires, use precautions to prevent
contact with sharp metal parts such as brackets or
screw tips. Otherwise, a short circuit, electric shock,
fire, or accident may result.
• Do not use with speakers having 1 to 3 ohms
impedance. This main unit is designed to be used
with high-powered speakers rated above 50 w with
impedance rating between 4 and 8 ohms.
• Play the audio at a moderate volume level that
permits you to hear sounds from outside the vehicle.
Driving without being able to hear outside sounds
may result in an accident.
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Installation Diag r am
12 GPS antenna
(When installing inside the vehicle)
Tip
12 GPS antenna
(When installing outside the vehicle)
1 Main unit
Tip
• If installing the GPS antenna inside the vehicle, the location and the slope of the vehicle's windscreen
will determine the accuracy of the GPS antenna to receive the GPS signal. If the GPS antenna
location inside the vehicle is hindering the accuracy of the GPS antenna, then you may want to install
the antenna outside the vehicle.
• The materials used in front and rear vehicle windows can cause GPS reception sensitivity to drop
significantly. If this happens, install the GPS antenna on the outside of the vehicle.
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Name and functions of ter minals
• Never cut the insulation on the power wire or use it to power any other equipment. If the rated current capacity of the power wire
is exceeded, fire and electric shocks may result.
• The wires should be secured with tape or a similar securing method to prevent any obstructions while driving. If they get wound
or entangled around components such as the steering wheel, shifting lever, or brake pedal, accidents may result.
• If removing the end of the wire to connect to another wire, be sure to wrap PVC tape or a similar wire insulating method around
the connection to insulate it. If the connection is not insulated, fire or accidents may result.
• Use the supplied wire harness with this main unit. Other manufacturers may use a similar wire harness connector but pin
configurations are incorrect for use with Eclipse main units and can damage the main unit. Prior to powering up the main unit,
please make sure the main unit is properly earthed with the vehicle chassis. If no earth is available to the chassis, add a
earthing strap from the main unit to the vehicle chassis to improve the earth.
• Do not use with speakers having 1 to 3 ohms impedance. This main unit is designed to be used with high-powered speakers
rated above 50 w with impedance rating between 4 and 8 ohms.
INTERCONNECTING WIRES
(Video input)
7
A
1
H
6P
MAIN UNIT
12
GPS ANTENNA
1P
ANTENNA PLUG
B
13
C
D
5P
E
20P
10
11
F
5P
6P
10P
12
6
INTERCONNECTING WIRES
(Video output and RSE)
4
1
2
INTERCONNECTING WIRES
(Sub-woofer, line out, and steering
remote control connector)
G
3
4
5
INTERCONNECTING WIRES
(Speed pulse, parking brake, reverse)
5
3
INTERCONNECTING WIRES
(Rear speaker wires)
6
7
9
2
INTERCONNECTING WIRES
(Power and front speaker wires)
8
Tip
• Refer to page 7 for details on the wire colours and connection points for interconnecting wires
4 , 5 , 6 , and 7 .
• Refer to page 8 for details on connection points
A
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and
B
for the main unit terminals.
2
,
3
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Wire colours and connection points for interconnecting wires
Caution
1
2
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3
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4
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5
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6
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7
Never connect the power supply to the speaker wires (No.6 and No.7),
otherwise it will cause damage to the main unit.
B+ (Yellow)
Connect where power is constantly available, regardless of the ignition key's position.
2
ACC (Red)
Connect where the power comes on when the ignition is in the ACC position.
3
Illumination power supply (Orange/White)
Connect to where power comes on when the vehicle light switch is turned on.
4
Antenna power supply (Blue)
Connect to the automatic-antenna control terminal of the vehicle.
5
Control power supply (Blue/White)
Connect to the control terminal for the external amplifier, etc.
6
Front speaker output wires
Connect to the front speakers.
7
White:
Grey:
Left +
Right +
White/Black:
Grey/Black:
Left Right -
Green/Black:
Purple/Black:
Left Right -
Rear speaker output wires
Connect to the rear speakers.
8
No connection (Pink)
9
Earth (Black)
10 Vehicle
Green: Left +
Purple: Right +
speed pulse signal wire (Purple/White)
Connect to the vehicle speed pulse signal terminal.
11 Parking
brake signal wire (Red/White)
Connect to the parking brake signal terminal.
12 Reverse
signal wire (Green)
Connect the reverse signal output of the vehicle to this terminal.
C
Front line-out terminals
Connect to the RCA connector of an external amplifier.
D
Rear line-out terminals
Connect to the RCA connector of an external amplifier.
E
Line-out terminals (Sub-woofer)
This is used for non fader output. It can be used as a sub-woofer terminal if a separate amplifier with
a low bass filter is connected.
F
Genuine steering remote control terminal
Connect to the vehicle steering remote control.
※ Compatible vehicle models for installation : Vehicles with voltage detection-type steering remote control.
Ask your dealer for details.
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G
VCR output terminals
Connect to a monitor with video input.
Yellow : Video signal
White : Audio(left) signal
H
Red : Audio(right) signal
VCR input terminals
Connect to the output wire of an external video main unit such as a VCR.
Yellow : Video signal
White : Audio (left) signal
Red : Audio (right) signal
Main unit connections
13 ACC
ON/OFF power supply terminal (blue/white)
If you use this terminal to connect a main unit such as an external amplifier, you can still hear the audio guidance
from the navigation system even when audio is turned off. Connect it to the control terminal for the external
amplifier or other main unit.
※ A popping noise may be heard when the engine is being started or the ignition switch is at the ON position, but
this is normal and is not the sign of a malfunction.
A
Back-eye camera external input terminal (4P)
Used with the Eclipse back-eye camera (sold separately).
B
E-LAN terminal (13P)
Connect to the E-LAN terminal of a CD changer, etc.
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- Vehicle connections -
Tip
• You will need to purchase the necessary vehicle component adapter wire for the vehicle so that the
power supplies can be utilized. (Contact the dealer for further details.)
• Be sure to wrap the interconnecting wires with electrical tape or use another insulation method to insulate them.
- Example of using vehicle adapter wires -
Vehicle harness
Power supplies
for combined
equipment
From main unit
Vehicle component adapter wires
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Connecting the vehicle speed pulse , par king
br ak e , and reverse wires
Notes on installation
• Check the vehicle speed pulse signal, parking brake signal, and reverse signal carefully before making
the connections. If the wires are incorrectly connected, accidents or problems with correct operation
may result.
• The label on the vehicle speed pulse signal wire contains a protection circuit, so do not cut the wire or
remove the protective circuit, otherwise problems with operation may result.
• Bind the wires together with tape so that they do not cause an obstruction while driving. If they become
wound or entageled around parts such as the steering wheel, shifting lever, or brake pedal, accidents
may result.
Tip
The locations of the vehicle speed pulse signal wire, parking brake signal wire, and reverse wire may
vary depending on the vehicle model and grade. Ask the car dealer or your nearest Eclipse dealer for
details.
- Connecting point for the vehicle speed pulse signal (example) -
Tip
Always be sure to connect the vehicle speed
pulse, otherwise the measurement precision will
be greatly reduced.
1
Use a splicing connector to connect the vehicle
speed pulse signal wire (purple/white) coming
from the main unit to the vehicle speed pulse
signal wire of the vehicle.
2
Route the vehicle speed pulse signal wire to the
main unit.
Vehicle speed pulse
signal wire (vehicle harness)
Engine computer
Vehicle speed pulse
signal wire
(purple/white)
10 Splicing connector
Contains a protective circuit
so never remove.
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- Connecting point for parking brake signal (example) 1
Use a splicing connector to connect the parking
brake signal wire (red/white) coming from the
main unit to the parking brake signal wire of the
vehicle.
2
Route the parking brake signal wire to the main
unit.
Hand-operated
parking brake
Attach a splicing
connector at this location.
Parking brake
signal Wire
Parking brake
signal wire
Foot-operated
parking brake
- Connecting point for reverse signal (example) -
Tip
• Be sure to connect the reverse signal wire. If it is
not connected, the vehicle position may be
incorrect when the vehicle is reversed.
Attach a splicing
connector at this location.
Reverse lamp
• Use a circuit tester to confirm that a sensing
voltage of 6 V or higher is generated when the
vehicle is reversed.
1
Use a splicing connector to connect the reverse
signal wire (green) coming from the main unit to
the reverse signal wire of the vehicle.
2
Route the reverse signal wire to the main unit .
Reverse signal wire
Reverse signal wire
- Using the splicing connector 1
2
Insert the interconnecting wire [vehicle speed
pulse signal wire (purple/white), parking brake
signal wire (red/white), or reverse signal wire
(green)] from the main unit and the vehicle wire
into the splicing connector.
Vehicle speed pulse signal wire
(purple/white), parking brake wire,
(red/white) or reverse wire (green)
Harness in the car
Push in the terminal (the metal part) of the
splicing connector using a pair of pliers.
10 Splicing connector
3
Press down the cover of the splicing connector
and squeeze it until it locks.
Lock
10 Splicing connector
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System connection example
• Never cut the insulation on the power wire or use it to power any other main unit. If the rated current
capacity of the power wire is exceeded, fire and electric shocks may result.
• The wires should be secured with tape or a similar securing method to prevent any obstructions while
driving. If they get wound or entangled around components such as the steering wheel, shifting lever,
or brake pedal, accidents may result.
•If removing the end of the wire to connect to another wire, be sure to wrap PVC tape or a similar wire
insulating method around the connection to insulate it. If the connection is not insulated, fire or
accidents may result.
Tip
• Install and connect all of the peripheral units before connecting them to the main unit.
• Do not remove any of the protective caps (RCA, etc.) unless in use.
• Be sure to wrap the interconnecting wires with tape (PVC tape) to insulate them.
BEC105
(sold separately)
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Installing the GPS antenna
Notes on installation
• The wires should be bound together with tape or a similar securing method (example: wire ties) so that
they do not interfere with driving. If they become wound or entangled around parts such as the steering
wheel, shifting lever, or brake pedal, accidents may result.
• Do not install the GPS antenna where it will obstruct the driver's vision or where it will be an obstacle
while driving, otherwise traffic accidents may result.
Tip
• If the vehicle glass is a special type of glass such as
heat-reflective glass or bullet-proof glass, be sure to
install the GPS antenna outside the vehicle. If the
GPS antenna is installed inside the vehicle, the
reception sensitivity will severely drop and will affect
the accuracy of the position measurement.
• If installing the GPS antenna inside the vehicle, be
sure it is mounted to the earthing plate.
• If installing the GPS antenna inside the vehicle, the
location and the slope of the vehicle's windscreen will
determine the accuracy of the GPS antenna to
receive the GPS signal. If the GPS antenna location
inside the vehicle is hindering the accuracy of the
GPS antenna, then you may want to install the
antenna outside the vehicle.
• The materials used in front and rear vehicle windows
can cause GPS reception sensitivity to drop
significantly. If this happens, install the GPS antenna
on the outside the vehicle.
• If the attachment surface is a non-plastic surface
such as genuine leather, wood panel, or cloth,
attaching the antenna may damage the surface
finish. Do not attach the earthing plate to such
surfaces.
• Do not install the antenna in places (such as front
pillars and roof panel) that are shielded from the sky.
• The GPS antenna should be installed in a level
position where the signals will be as unobstructed as
much as possible, such as on the vehicle's roof.
Satellite signals cannot be received if the antenna is
obscured or obstructed.
• If installing the GPS antenna outside the vehicle,
remove the main antenna unit if leaving the vehicle
unattended for long periods in order to prevent theft
or malicious damage to the antenna.
• Hold the main antenna unit when removing the
antenna. Do not pull on the wire, otherwise it may
become damaged and result in problems with correct
operation.
• If installing the GPS antenna outside the vehicle,
remove the main antenna unit when washing the
vehicle. (If you wash the vehicle with the main
antenna unit still attached, avoid spraying the wire
section directly with water so that no water gets
inside the vehicle.)
• The magnet that is attached to the GPS antenna is
extremely strong. Be sure to note the following when
installing the antenna.
• Wipe the installation surface thoroughly so that it is
clear of any dirt, moisture, or grease before installing
the antenna.
• Do not apply any coatings to the GPS antenna,
otherwise it may cause a drop in the reception
sensitivity of the antenna.
• Route the GPS antenna wire as far away as possible
from TV and radio antennas, and wires, otherwise, it
may cause interference with video and audio signals.
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• Do not put the antenna down on the ground or on
dirty or dusty surfaces. If iron filings become
attached to the magnet, they may cause damage
to the vehicle's body.
• Keep the antenna away from watches and
magnetic cards, otherwise they may be damaged
and/or rendered unusable.
- Installation inside the vehicle (example) 1
Choose an installation location on the dashboard
which is flat and has a clear view of the sky.
Tip
12 Earthing plate
12 GPS antenna
• Select a location that is at least 20 cm (8 in).
away from the main unit. If this is not done, the
GPS measurement precision will drop.
• Be sure to use the earthing plate when installing
the GPS antenna. If the earthing plate is not
used, the reception sensitivity will drop and will
affect the accuracy of the position measurement.
2
Install the earthing plate to the dashboard.
3
Install the GPS antenna to the earthing plate.
Tip
Front of vehicle
Tip
If installing the GPS antenna inside the vehicle, the installation location and the shape of the vehicle's
body will determine GPS accuracy. Accuracy is usually lower when the GPS antenna is installed
inside the vehicle.
4
Secure the GPS antenna.
5
Route the GPS antenna wire along the crevice
between the front windscreen and the dashboard.
Tip
Tape
Tip
12 GPS antenna
If the GPS antenna wire protrudes from the
dashboard, wind tape around it so that it stays
securely fixed in the crevice between the front
windscreen and the dashboard.
6
12 GPS antenna wire
Route the GPS antenna to the main unit's
installation location.
Front of vehicle
Tape
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- Installation outside the vehicle (example) 1
Choose an installation location where the GPS
antenna can be attached securely.
2
Remove the backing paper from the body
protective sheet and attach the sheet to the
vehicle.
3
12 GPS antenna
15 Body protective
sheet (clear)
Install the GPS antenna on top of the body
protective sheet.
Front of vehicle
4
5
Route the GPS antenna wire inside the vehicle's
boot and secure it with tape.
Tape
13 Waterproof cushion
Attach the waterproof cushion so that the GPS
antenna wire is flat against the weatherstrip when
the boot lid is closed.
Tip
To aid in sliding the waterproof cushion in finding
the desired mounting location, apply plain or
soapy water to the waterproof cushion.
6
Route the GPS antenna wire while securing it
with wire ties.
7
Route the GPS antenna wire to the main unit
while securing it with tape.
Front of vehicle
16 Wire tie
Weatherstrip
Front of vehicle
Tape
Route to
main unit
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Installing the main unit
- Installation angle -
Tip
To maintain proper function, the main unit must be
mounted at an angle of less than 30 degrees. If the
angle is in excess of 30 degrees, DVD/CD skipping
and improper DVD/CD ejection may occur.
Front
30˚ or less
Level (reference)
- Mounting the main unit -
Tip
Centre cluster panel
• Carefully bind any excess length of wire that
is connected to the main unit and secure it
to an area of empty space in the vehicle so
that it does not dislodge or interfere with the
main unit or vehicle-side equipment. If the
wires are not handled correctly, operating
problems or short-circuits may occur, and
this may result in the danger of fire or other
accidents.
• Connect all wires before installing the main
unit.
1
Remove the pocket and any other accessories
from the centre cluster to make room for the main
unit.
2
Remove the mounting brackets for the pocket.
3
Attach the brackets to the main unit.
Pocket, etc
Mounting bolts
1
Main unit
Tip
Be sure to use the supplied accessory mounting
screws (Red: M5 x 8) as the mounting screws. If
any other screws are used, they may damage the
inside of the main unit.
4
Install the main unit in the vehicle.
8 Hex-head bolt
(Red:M5 x 8) x 8
Tip
Be careful not to forcefully push on the main unit's
display or buttons during installation. This may
result in damage to the main unit.
Mounting bracket
Hex-head bolt
8 (Red:M5 x 8) x 8
Flat head
9 screw
(Red:M5x8) x 8
Select the screws in accordance with the shapes
of the screw holes in the mounting bracket.
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