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FILE NO.

810-200865GR

SERVICE MANUAL

PAL

DVD Video Recorder /Video Cassette Recorder

D-VR18DTKB

PAL

DVD -RW/R +RW/R RECORDING

DVD/VIDEO CASSETTE RECORDER D-VR18DT ON/STANDBY REC


PROGRAM DUBBING VCR/DVD

REC

VCR

VCR

DVD

DVD

The above model is classified as a green product (*1), as indicated by the underlined serial number. This Service Manual describes replacement parts for the green product. When repairing this green product, use the part(s) described in this manual and lead-free solder (*2). For (*1) and (*2), see the next page.

TOSHIBA CORPORATION 2008

Published in Japan, Jun. 2008 GREEN

(*1)

GREEN PRODUCT PROCUREMENT

The EC is actively promoting the WEEE & RoHS Directives that define standards for recycling and reuse of Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment and for the Restriction of the use of certain Hazardous Substances. From July 1, 2006, the RoHS Directive will prohibit any marketing of new products containing the restricted substances. Increasing attention is given to issues related to the global environmental. Toshiba Corporation recognizes environmental protection as a key management tasks, and is doing its utmost to enhance and improve the quality and scope of its environmental activities. In line with this, Toshiba proactively promotes Green Procurement, and seeks to purchase and use products, parts and materials that have low environmental impacts. Green procurement of parts is not only confined to manufacture. The same green parts used in manufacture must also be used as replacement parts.

(*2)

LEAD-FREE SOLDER

This product is manufactured using lead-free solder as a part of a movement within the consumer products industry at large to be environmentally responsible. Lead-free solder must be used in the servicing and repair of this product.

WARNING
This product is manufactured using lead free solder.

DO NOT USE LEAD BASED SOLDER TO REPAIR THIS PRODUCT !


The melting temperature of lead-free solder is higher than that of leaded solder by 86F to 104F (30C to 40C). Use of a soldering iron designed for lead-based solders to repair product made with lead-free solder may result in damage to the component and or BOARD being soldered. Great care should be made to ensure high-quality soldering when servicing this product especially when soldering large components, through-hole pins, and on BOARDs as the level of heat required to melt lead-free solder is high.

MAIN SECTION
DVD VIDEO RECORDER / VIDEO CASSETTE RECORDER

D-VR18DTKB
Main Section
I Specifications I Preparation for Servicing I Adjustment Procedures I Schematic Diagrams I BOARDs I Exploded Views I Parts List

TABLE OF CONTENTS
Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-1-1 Laser Beam Safety Precautions. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-2-1 Important Safety Precautions. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-3-1 Standard Notes for Servicing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-4-1 Preparation for Servicing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-5-1 Cabinet Disassembly Instructions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-6-1 Electrical Adjustment Instructions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-7-1 How to Initialize the DVD Recorder & VCR . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-8-1 Firmware Renewal Mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-9-1 Remote Control Key Code . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-9-2 Troubleshooting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-10-1 Function Indicator Symbols . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-11-1 Block Diagrams . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-12-1 Schematic Diagrams / BOARDs and Test Points . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-13-1 Waveforms . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-14-1 Wiring Diagram . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-15-1 IC Pin Function Descriptions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-16-1 Lead Identifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-17-1 Exploded Views . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-18-1 Mechanical Parts List . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-19-1 Electrical Parts List . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-20-1

Manufactured under license from Dolby Laboratories. Dolby and the double-D symbol are trademarks of Dolby Laboratories.

SPECIFICATIONS

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LASER BEAM SAFETY PRECAUTIONS


This DVD player uses a pickup that emits a laser beam.

Do not look directly at the laser beam coming from the pickup or allow it to strike against your skin.

The laser beam is emitted from the location shown in the figure. When checking the laser diode, be sure to keep your eyes at least 30 cm away from the pickup lens when the diode is turned on. Do not look directly at the laser beam. CAUTION: Use of controls and adjustments, or doing procedures other than those specified herein, may result in hazardous radiation exposure.

Drive Mechanism Assembly Laser Beam Radiation

Laser Pickup

Turntable

Location: Inside Top of DVD mechanism.

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IMPORTANT SAFETY PRECAUTIONS


Product Safety Notice
Some electrical and mechanical parts have special safety-related characteristics which are often not evident from visual inspection, nor can the protection they give necessarily be obtained by replacing them with components rated for higher voltage, wattage, etc. Parts that have special safety characteristics are identified by a ! on schematics and in parts lists. Use of a substitute replacement that does not have the same safety characteristics as the recommended replacement part might create shock, fire, and/or other hazards. The Products Safety is under review continuously and new instructions are issued whenever appropriate. Prior to shipment from the factory, our products are carefully inspected to confirm with the recognized product safety and electrical codes of the countries in which they are to be sold. However, in order to maintain such compliance, it is equally important to implement the following precautions when a set is being serviced. K. When connecting or disconnecting the internal connectors, first, disconnect the AC plug from the AC outlet. L. Be sure to confirm the FAN motor has completely stopped when disconnecting the AC cord for termination processing is activated during inner P-on immediately after turning Power off.

Precautions during Servicing


A. Parts identified by the ! symbol are critical for safety. Replace only with part number specified. B. In addition to safety, other parts and assemblies are specified for conformance with regulations applying to spurious radiation. These must also be replaced only with specified replacements. Examples: RF converters, RF cables, noise blocking capacitors, and noise blocking filters, etc. C. Use specified internal wiring. Note especially: 1)Wires covered with PVC tubing 2)Double insulated wires 3)High voltage leads D. Use specified insulating materials for hazardous live parts. Note especially: 1)Insulation tape 2)PVC tubing 3)Spacers 4)Insulators for transistors E. When replacing AC primary side components (transformers, power cord, etc.), wrap ends of wires securely about the terminals before soldering. F. Observe that the wires do not contact heat producing parts (heatsinks, oxide metal film resistors, fusible resistors, etc.). G. Check that replaced wires do not contact sharp edges or pointed parts. H. When a power cord has been replaced, check that 5 - 6 kg of force in any direction will not loosen it. I. Also check areas surrounding repaired locations. J. Be careful that foreign objects (screws, solder droplets, etc.) do not remain inside the set.

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Safety Check after Servicing


Examine the area surrounding the repaired location for damage or deterioration. Observe that screws, parts, and wires have been returned to their original positions. Afterwards, do the following tests and confirm the specified values to verify compliance with safety standards.

Chassis or Secondary Conductor Primary Circuit d' d

1. Clearance Distance
When replacing primary circuit components, confirm specified clearance distance (d) and (d) between soldered terminals, and between terminals and surrounding metallic parts. (See Fig. 1) Table 1 : Ratings for selected area AC Line Voltage 230 V Clearance Distance (d), (d)

3.2 mm(d) 6.0 mm(d)


Exposed Accessible Part

Fig. 1

Note: This table is unofficial and for reference only. Be sure to confirm the precise values.

2. Leakage Current Test


Confirm the specified (or lower) leakage current between B (earth ground, power cord plug prongs) and externally exposed accessible parts (RF terminals, antenna terminals, video and audio input and output terminals, microphone jacks, earphone jacks, etc.) is lower than or equal to the specified value in the table below. Measuring Method (Power ON) : Insert load Z between B (earth ground, power cord plug prongs) and exposed accessible parts. Use an AC voltmeter to measure across the terminals of load Z. See Fig. 2 and the following table.

AC Voltmeter (High Impedance)

One side of Power Cord Plug Prongs

Fig. 2

Table 2: Leakage current ratings for selected areas AC Line Voltage Load Z 2k RES. Connected in parallel 50k RES. Connected in parallel Leakage Current (i) i0.7mA AC Peak i2mA DC i0.7mA AC Peak i2mA DC One side of power cord plug prongs (B) to: RF or Antenna terminals A/V Input, Output

230 V

Note: This table is unofficial and for reference only. Be sure to confirm the precise values.

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STANDARD NOTES FOR SERVICING


NOTE: BOARD MEANS PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARD.

Circuit Board Indications


1. The output pin of the 3 pin Regulator ICs is indicated as shown.

Pb (Lead) Free Solder


When soldering, be sure to use the Pb free solder.

How to Remove / Install Flat Pack-IC


Top View Out In Input Bottom View

1. Removal
With Hot-Air Flat Pack-IC Desoldering Machine: 1. Prepare the hot-air flat pack-IC desoldering machine, then apply hot air to the Flat Pack-IC (about 5 to 6 seconds). (Fig. S-1-1)

2. For other ICs, pin 1 and every fifth pin are indicated as shown.

5 Pin 1

10
3. The 1st pin of every male connector is indicated as shown.

Pin 1

Fig. S-1-1
2. Remove the flat pack-IC with tweezers while applying the hot air. 3. Bottom of the flat pack-IC is fixed with glue to the BOARD; when removing entire flat pack-IC, first apply soldering iron to center of the flat pack-IC and heat up. Then remove (glue will be melted). (Fig. S-1-6) 4. Release the flat pack-IC from the BOARD using tweezers. (Fig. S-1-6) CAUTION: 1. The Flat Pack-IC shape may differ by models. Use an appropriate hot-air flat pack-IC desoldering machine, whose shape matches that of the Flat Pack-IC. 2. Do not supply hot air to the chip parts around the flat pack-IC for over 6 seconds because damage to the chip parts may occur. Put masking tape around the flat pack-IC to protect other parts from damage. (Fig. S-1-2)

Instructions for Connectors


1. When you connect or disconnect the FFC (Flexible Foil Connector) cable, be sure to first disconnect the AC cord. 2. FFC (Flexible Foil Connector) cable should be inserted parallel into the connector, not at an angle.

FFC Cable

Connector BOARD

* Be careful to avoid a short circuit.

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3. The flat pack-IC on the BOARD is affixed with glue, so be careful not to break or damage the foil of each pin or the solder lands under the IC when removing it.

With Soldering Iron: 1. Using desoldering braid, remove the solder from all pins of the flat pack-IC. When you use solder flux which is applied to all pins of the flat pack-IC, you can remove it easily. (Fig. S-1-3)

BOARD

Hot-air Flat Pack-IC Desoldering Machine

Flat Pack-IC

Desoldering Braid

Soldering Iron Masking Tape Tweezers Flat Pack-IC Fig. S-1-3


2. Lift each lead of the flat pack-IC upward one by one, using a sharp pin or wire to which solder will not adhere (iron wire). When heating the pins, use a fine tip soldering iron or a hot air desoldering machine. (Fig. S-1-4)

Fig. S-1-2

Sharp Pin Fine Tip Soldering Iron

Fig. S-1-4

3. Bottom of the flat pack-IC is fixed with glue to the BOARD; when removing entire flat pack-IC, first apply soldering iron to center of the flat pack-IC and heat up. Then remove (glue will be melted). (Fig. S-1-6) 4. Release the flat pack-IC from the BOARD using tweezers. (Fig. S-1-6)

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With Iron Wire: 1. Using desoldering braid, remove the solder from all pins of the flat pack-IC. When you use solder flux which is applied to all pins of the flat pack-IC, you can remove it easily. (Fig. S-1-3) 2. Affix the wire to a workbench or solid mounting point, as shown in Fig. S-1-5. 3. While heating the pins using a fine tip soldering iron or hot air blower, pull up the wire as the solder melts so as to lift the IC leads from the BOARD contact pads as shown in Fig. S-1-5. 4. Bottom of the flat pack-IC is fixed with glue to the BOARD; when removing entire flat pack-IC, first apply soldering iron to center of the flat pack-IC and heat up. Then remove (glue will be melted). (Fig. S-1-6) 5. Release the flat pack-IC from the BOARD using tweezers. (Fig. S-1-6) Note: When using a soldering iron, care must be taken to ensure that the flat pack-IC is not being held by glue. When the flat pack-IC is removed from the BOARD, handle it gently because it may be damaged if force is applied.

2. Installation
1. Using desoldering braid, remove the solder from the foil of each pin of the flat pack-IC on the BOARD so you can install a replacement flat packIC more easily. 2. The mark on the flat pack-IC indicates pin 1. (See Fig. S-1-7.) Be sure this mark matches the 1 on the BOARD when positioning for installation. Then presolder the four corners of the flat pack-IC. (See Fig. S-1-8.) 3. Solder all pins of the flat pack-IC. Be sure that none of the pins have solder bridges.

Example :

Pin 1 of the Flat Pack-IC is indicated by a " " mark.

Fig. S-1-7

Hot Air Blower

or Iron Wire

Presolder

Soldering Iron To Solid Mounting Point Fig. S-1-5 BOARD Fig. S-1-8 BOARD Fine Tip Soldering Iron Flat Pack-IC

Flat Pack-IC Tweezers Fig. S-1-6

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Instructions for Handling Semiconductors


Electrostatic breakdown of the semi-conductors may occur due to a potential difference caused by electrostatic charge during unpacking or repair work.

1. Ground for Human Body


Be sure to wear a grounding band (1 M) that is properly grounded to remove any static electricity that may be charged on the body.

2. Ground for Workbench


Be sure to place a conductive sheet or copper plate with proper grounding (1 M) on the workbench or other surface, where the semi-conductors are to be placed. Because the static electricity charge on clothing will not escape through the body grounding band, be careful to avoid contacting semi-conductors with your clothing.

<Incorrect>

BOARD

<Correct>

Grounding Band

1M

BOARD

1M Conductive Sheet or Copper Plate

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PREPARATION FOR SERVICING


How to Enter the Service Mode
About Optical Sensors Caution: An optical sensor system is used for the Tape Start and End Sensors on this equipment. Carefully read and follow the instructions below. Otherwise the unit may operate erratically. What to do for preparation Insert a tape into the Deck Mechanism Assembly and press [VCR PLAY] button. The tape will be loaded into the Deck Mechanism Assembly. Make sure the power is on, connect J303 to GND. This will stop the function of Tape Start Sensor, Tape End Sensor and Reel Sensors. (If these TPs are connected before plugging in the unit, the function of the sensors will stay valid.) See Fig. 1.

Q503

Q504

J917 (S-INH)

Fig. 1 Note: Because the Tape End Sensors are inactive, do not run a tape all the way to the start or the end of the tape to avoid tape damage.

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CABINET DISASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS


NOTE: BOARD MEANS PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARD.

1. Disassembly Flowchart
This flowchart indicates the disassembly steps to gain access to item(s) to be serviced. When reassembling, follow the steps in reverse order. Bend, route, and dress the cables as they were originally.
[1] Cover Top [20] Front Bracket R [11] BOARD Power Supply [12] BOARD Switch [13] BOARD Function [15] Deck Assembly [16] BOARD AV [17] BOARD DTV Module Unit [2] Panel Front [3] Front Bracket [6] DVD Mechanism & DVD Main BOARD Assembly [8] Fan Holder [9] Motor DC Fan [10] Panel Rear [14] VCR Chassis Unit [19] Deck Pedestal [18] BOARD Power Switch [5] BOARD Front Jack [4] Jack Bracket [7] Dust Cover

ID/ LOC. No.

REMOVAL PART REMOVE/*UNHOOK/ Fig. UNLOCK/RELEASE/ Note No. UNPLUG/DESOLDER D5 D6 2(S-12), 2(S-13) (S-14), 3(S-15), 2(S-16), *CN1503, FFC Guide, Chassis Plate Earth (S-17), (S-18), *CN3001, Front Pedestal (S-19), Desolder 5(S-20), 4(S-21), (S-22) (S-23), (S-24), (S-25) Desolder --------------

[10] Panel Rear BOARD [11] Power Supply [12] [13] BOARD Switch BOARD Function

D6 D6 D7 D8

------2 3 ---

[21] Bracket R

VCR [14] Chassis Unit [15] Deck Assembly

[16] BOARD AV D8 BOARD DTV [17] Module Unit BOARD [18] Power Switch [19] [20] Deck Pedestal Front Bracket R

D8

Desolder

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2. Disassembly Method
ID/ LOC. No. [1] [2] REMOVAL PART REMOVE/*UNHOOK/ Fig. UNLOCK/RELEASE/ Note No. UNPLUG/DESOLDER D1 7(S-1) --1 (S-2), *5(L-1), *3(L-2), 1-1 1-2 *CN1231 1-3 3(S-3), (S-4), Front Support (S-5) Jack Plate Earth (S-6), 2(S-7), 2(S-8), 2(S-9), *CN101, *CN502-D, *CN701, *CN901, Mecha Plate Earth Hook 2(S-10), *CN1002 2(S-11) -------

D8 D9 D9 D9

Desolder 7(S-26) (S-27), 2(S-28), DV Cable, DV Plate Earth 2(S-29)

---------

Cover Top

Panel Front D2 Front Bracket Jack Bracket BOARD Front Jack

[21] Bracket R

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

[3] [4] [5]

D2 D3 D3

[6]

DVD Mechanism & DVD D4 Main BOARD Assembly Dust Cover Fan Holder Motor DC Fan D4 D5 D5

[7] [8] [9]

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Note: (1): Identification (location) No. of parts in the figures (2): Name of the part (3): Figure Number for reference (4): Identification of parts to be removed, unhooked, unlocked, released, unplugged, unclamped, or desoldered. P=Spring, L=Locking Tab, S=Screw, CN=Connector *=Unhook, Unlock, Release, Unplug, or Desolder e.g. 6(S-1) = six Screws (S-1), 5(L-1) = five Locking Tabs (L-1) (5): Refer to Reference Notes.

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Reference Notes
CAUTION 1: Locking Tabs (L-1) and (L-2) are fragile. Be careful not to break them. 1-1. Release five Locking Tabs (L-1). 1-2. Release three Locking Tabs (L-2). 1-3. Disconnect Connector (CN1231) and remove the Panel Front. 2. When reassembling, solder wire jumpers as shown in Fig. D8. 3. Before installing the Deck Assembly, be sure to place the pin of LD-SW on BOARD AV as shown in Fig. D8. Then, install the Deck Assembly while aligning the hole of Cam Gear with the pin of LDSW, the shaft of Cam Gear with the hole of LD-SW as shown in Fig. D8. 4. The DVD Mechanism & DVD Main BOARD Assembly is adjusted as a unit at factory. Therefore, do not disassemble it. Replace the DVD Mechanism & DVD Main BOARD Assembly as a unit.
(S-3) (S-3) Front Support (S-3)

[3] Front Bracket


(S-4)

(L-1) (S-2)

(L-1)

(L-2) CN1231 (L-1)

[2] Panel Front Fig. D2

[1] Cover Top

(S-1) (S-1)

(S-1)

[4] Jack Bracket

(S-5)

(S-1) (S-1)

[5] BOARD Front Jack


Jack Plate Earth

Fig. D3

Fig. D1

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[6] DVD Mechanism & DVD Main BOARD Assembly


Mecha Plate (S-7) Earth CN502-D CN701 CN101 (S-9)

[12] BOARD Switch


(S-17) CN3001 (S-14) (S-18) FFC Guide

[13] BOARD Function


Desolder

(S-7)

Front Pedestal

(S-15) (S-16)

Chassis Plate Earth (S-15)

CN901 (S-8)

(S-8)

(S-19)

[7] Dust Cover

[11] BOARD Power Supply

Hook

(S-6)

CN1503

Fig. D6

(S-20) (S-20) (S-21)

(S-21) (S-20) (S-21)

Fig. D4

[14] VCR Chassis Unit

[10] Panel Rear

[9] Motor DC Fan


(S-12) (S-13) (S-12) (S-10)

(S-22)

(S-11)

[8] Fan Holder

Fig. D7

CN1002

Fig. D5

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FE Head

Cylinder Assembly ACE Head Assembly Pin

Pin

SW507 LD-SW

[15] Deck Assembly

[17] BOARD DTV Module Unit [16] BOARD AV

[18] BOARD Power Switch

[15] Deck Assembly


Cam Gear (S-23) Hole

[16] BOARD AV
Desolder (S-25) (S-24)

Shaft Hole LD-SW Pin

[16] BOARD AV

Lead with blue stripe

Desolder From FE Head From ACE Head Assembly

From Cylinder Assembly

Printing side

From Capstan Motor Assembly

Lead with blue stripe Desolder Desolder Desolder

Lead with black stripe

BOTTOM VIEW Lead connections of Deck Assembly and BOARD AV Fig. D8

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(S-26)

(S-26)

[19] Deck Pedestal [20] Front Bracket R [21] Bracket R


(S-29)

DV PlateEarth (S-28) DV Cable (S-27)

Fig. D9

3. How to Eject Manually


Note: When rotating the gear, be careful not to damage the gear. 1. Remove the Cover Top, Panel Front, Front Bracket, DVD Mechanism & DVD Main BOARD Assembly. 2. Remove the Dust Cover. 3. Rotate the gear in the direction of the arrow manually as shown below. 4. Pull the tray out manually and remove a disc.

View for A

A Rotate this gear in the direction of the arrow


Hook

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ELECTRICAL ADJUSTMENT INSTRUCTIONS


NOTE: BOARD MEANS PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARD.

NOTE: 1.Electrical adjustments are required after replacing circuit components and certain mechanical parts. It is important to do these adjustments only after all repairs and replacements have been completed. Also, do not attempt these adjustments unless the proper equipment is available. 2.To perform these alignment / confirmation procedures, make sure that the tracking control is set in the center position: Press either [PROGRAM 5? ] or [PROGRAM ] button on the front panel first, then the [ O ] (VCR) button on the front panel.

Figure 1

EXT. Syncronize Trigger Point

CH1 CH2 0.5H 1.0H 6.5H1H (416 s 64 s) Switching Pulse V-Sync

Test Equipment Required


1.Oscilloscope: Dual-trace with 10:1 probe, V-Range: 0.001~50V/Div., F-Range: DC~AC-20MHz 2.Alignment Tape (FL6A)

Head Switching Position Adjustment


Purpose: To determine the Head Switching position during playback. Symptom of Misadjustment: May cause Head Switching noise or vertical jitter in the picture. Test point Adj.Point Mode PLAY (SP) Input -----

Reference Notes: Playback the Alignment tape and adjust VR501 so that the V-sync front edge of the CH1 video output waveform is at the 6.5H1H (416s64s) delayed position from the rising edge of the CH2 head switching pulse waveform.

VR501 J184(AV1-V-OUT) TP504(RF-SW) (Switching Point) (BOARD AV) GND Tape FL6A Measurement Equipment Oscilloscope

Spec. 6.5H1H (416s64s)

Connections of Measurement Equipment

Oscilloscope BOARD AV J184 GND TP504 CH1 CH2 Trig. (+)

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HOW TO INITIALIZE THE DVD RECORDER & VCR


To put the program back at the factory-default, initialize the DVD recorder & VCR as the following procedure.

< DVD Section >


1. Turn on the DVD recorder. 2. Confirm that no disc is loaded or that the disc tray is open. To put the DVD recorder into the Version display mode, press [INSTANT SKIP], [1], [2], and [3] buttons on the remote control unit in that order. Fig. a appears on the screen.
*1: "*******" differs depending on the models. *2: Firmware Version differs depending on the models, and this indication is one example.

F/W VERSION DISP


MODEL NAME : DVB-T VERSION: FE VERSION : BE VERSION : TT VERSION : DV UNIQUE ID: LD ADJUSTMENT : DISC ADJUSTMENT : ****** 0.23 R50_005_082 WD5******Z2B T50015FSU FFFFFFFF FFFFFFFF OK OK

DEFAULT SETTING : ENTER EXIT : RETURN

Fig. a Version Display Mode Screen

3. Press [ENTER/OK] button, then the DVD recorder starts initializing. When the initializing is completed, the DVD recorder exits the Version display mode and turns off the power automatically. * To move into the Normal mode from the Version display mode, press [RETURN/BACK] button on the remote control unit instead of [ENTER/OK] button. When [ ] button is pressed before [ENTER/ OK] button is pressed, the DVD recorder exits the Version display mode, then the power turns off.

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FIRMWARE RENEWAL MODE


1. Turn the power on and remove the disc on the tray. 2. To put the DVD recorder into version up mode, press [INSTANT SKIP], [6], [5], and [4] buttons on the remote control unit in the order. Then the tray will open automatically. Fig. a appears on the screen and Fig. b appears on the VFD.
* Firmware Version differs depending on the models, and this indication is one example.
Firm Update Mode ver. WD5T*****X2G

4. Select the firmware version pressing arrow buttons, then press [ENTER/OK]. Fig. d appears on the screen and Fig. e appears on the VFD. The DVD recorder starts updating. About VFD indication of Fig. e: 1) When Fig. d is displayed on the screen, F-UP is displayed on the VFD. 2) When Firmware Updating... XX% Complete. is displayed on the screen, 34280 is displayed on the VFD.
* Firmware Version differs depending on the models, and this indication is one example.
Firm Update Mode

Current F/W version is displayed.

ver. WD5T*****X2G

Please insert a disc.

Selected F/W Version is displayed.

WD5T34280X2G

(*1)

File Loading...

Fig. a Version Up Mode Screen

Fig. b VFD in Version Up Mode

Fig. d Programming Mode Screen

3. Load the disc for version up. Fig. c appears on the screen. The file on the top is highlighted as the default. When there is only one file to exist, Step 4 will start automatically.
* Firmware Version differs depending on the models, and this indication is one example.
Firm Update Mode ver. WD5T*****X2G

Fig. e VFD in Programming Mode (Example)

The appearance shown in (*1) of Fig. d is described as follows. No. 1 2 Appearance File Loading... State Sending files into the memory

Disc name is displayed.

VOL_200804130934 1 2 3 4 WD5T34280X2G WD5T34281X2G WD5T34282X2G WD5T34283X2G

Files included in the disc are displayed.

Firmware Updating... Writing new version data XX% Complete. Firmware Update Failure Failed in updating

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Fig. c Update Disc Screen

5. After updating is finished, the tray opens automatically. At this time, no button is available. 6. Pull out the AC code once, then insert it again.

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REMOTE CONTROL KEY CODE


NEC Format
Key No. 1 OPEN/CLOSE INPUT SELECT HDMI ON/STANDBY 1 2 3 PROG. UP 4 5 6 PROG. DOWN 7 8 9 TIME SLIP SAT.LINK 0 CLEAR INFO TEXT AUDIO SUBTITLE GUIDE TOP MENU CURSOR UP DISC MENU CURSOR LEFT ENTER/OK CURSOR RIGHT DISPLAY CURSOR DOWN RETURN/BACK RED GREEN YELLOW BLUE(SEARCH) REV PLAY FWD SKIP DOWN STOP SKIP UP PAUSE VCR DVD INSTANT SKIP DUBBING --REC REC MODE SETUP TIMER SET TIMER PROG. 1.3x/0.8x PLAY 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 Name Code 45BC-11 45BC-0F 45BC-B0 45BC-12 45BC-01 45BC-02 45BC-03 45BC-1E 45BC-04 45BC-05 45BC-06 45BC-1F 45BC-07 45BC-08 45BC-09 45BC-1A 45BC-1D 45BC-00 45BC-53 45BC-3F 45BC-23 45BC-D3 45BC-D5 45BC-6D 45BC-D0 45BC-C0 45BC-D1 45BC-CC 45BC-44 45BC-C4 45BC-5A 45BC-C8 45BC-D2 45BC-2A 45BC-2B 45BC-2C 45BC-29 45BC-98 45BC-13 45BC-9A 45BC-84 45BC-16 45BC-80 45BC-17 45BC-1B 45BC-18 45BC-5B 45BC-56 --45BC-15 45BC-A7 45BC-52 45BC-67 45BC-40 45BC-AA

2
OPEN/ CLOSE INPUT SELECT HDMI

3 4 7 8
PROG.

1
.@/: ABC DEF

6 10 14 18 22 26

5 9 13 17

1
GHI

2
JKL

3
MNO

4
PQRS

5
TUV

6
WXYZ TIME SLIP

12 16
INFO

11 15 19 23

7
SAT.LINK

8
SPACE

9
CLEAR

0
TEXT AUDIO SUBTITLE GUIDE

20 24
DISC MENU

21
TOP MENU

25 28
DISPLAY ENTER /OK RETURN /BACK

27 29 33
SEARCH

30

31 32 35 39 42 45 53
SE-R0307

34
REV PLAY FWD

37 40
SKIP STOP SKIP

36

24 25 26 27 28 29 30

38 41
PAUSE VCR DVD INSTANT SKIP

43 47
DUBBING REC REC MODE

46 50 54

44 48
SETUP TIMERSET TIMER PROG. 1.3x/0.8xPLAY

51 55

31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55

52

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TROUBLESHOOTING
NOTE: BOARD MEANS PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARD.

1 Power Supply Section


FLOW CHART NO.1 The power cannot be turned on. Is the fuse normal? Yes Is normal state restored when once unplugged No power cord is plugged again after several seconds. Yes No Is the AL+5V line voltage normal? Yes Check each rectifying circuit of secondary circuit and replace P1(AV ASSEMBLY) if defective. Check for lead or short-circuiting of primary circuit component and replace P3(PW/SW ASSEMBLY) if defective. (Q1001, Q1003, T0011, D1001, D1002, D1003, D1004, R1043) No See FLOW CHART No.2 <The fuse blows out.>

FLOW CHART NO.2 The fuse blows out. Check the presence that the primary component is leaking or shorted and replace P3(PW/SW ASSEMBLY) if defective. After servicing, replace the fuse. FLOW CHART NO.3 When the output voltage fluctuates. Does the secondary side photo coupler circuit operate normally? Yes Check the circuit and replace P3(PW/SW ASSEMBLY) if defective. (IC1001, D1006, D1012, D1024) No Check the circuit and replace P3(PW/SW ASSEMBLY) if defective. (IC1001, Q1004, D015, D017, D1019) Check the presence that the rectifying diode or circuit is shorted in each rectifying circuit of secondary side and replace P3(PW/SW ASSEMBLY) if defective.

FLOW CHART NO.4 When buzz sound can be heard in the vicinity of power circuit. Check if there is short circuit on the rectifying diode and the circuit in each rectifying circuit of secondary side, and replace P1(AV ASSEMBLY) if defective. (D013, D014, D016, D018, D019, D1008, D1016, D1030, D1031, D1032, D1103, IC1103, IC1104, IC1800, Q1100, Q1105, Q1106, Q1110, Q1114, Q1508, Q1511, Q1513, Q1516, Q1517, Q1520, Q1521, Q1527, Q1548, Q1550, Q1551) FLOW CHART NO.5 -FL is not outputted. Is the supply voltage of -24V fed to the anode of D018? Yes Check Q1550, Q1552, Q1553 and their periphery, and replace P1(AV ASSEMBLY) if defective. No Check D018 and their periphery, and replace P3(PW/SW ASSEMBLY) if defective.

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FLOW CHART NO.6 P-ON+15V is not outputted. Is the supply voltage 44V fed to the cathode of D013?

No

Yes
Check for load circuit short-circuiting or leak, and replace P1(AV ASSEMBLY) if defective.

Check D013 and their periphery, and replace P3(PW/SW ASSEMBLY) if defective.

FLOW CHART NO.7 TU+30V is not outputted.

Is 44V voltage supplied to emitter of Q1511?

No

Yes
Is the "H" pulse (approximately 5V) inputted to the base of Q1512?

Refer to "FLOW CHART NO.6"<P-ON+15V is not outputted>. Check the P-ON-H siganal line, and replace P1(AV ASSEMBLY) if defective.

No

Yes
Check Q1511, Q1512 and their periphery, and replace P1(AV ASSEMBLY) if defective.

FLOW CHART NO.8 AL+12V is not outputted.

Is the supply voltage 12V fed to the cathode of D014?

No

Check D014 and their periphery, and replace P3(PW/SW ASSEMBLY) if defective.

Yes
Check for load circuit short-circuiting or leak, and replace P1(AV ASSEMBLY) if defective.

FLOW CHART NO.9 P-ON+9V is not outputted.

Is 12V voltage supplied to collector of Q1513?

No

Refer to "FLOW CHART NO.8"<AL+12V is not outputted>. Refer to "FLOW CHART NO.7"<TU+30V is not outputted>.

Yes
Is the "H" pulse (approximately 10V) inputted to the base of Q1513?

No

Yes
Check Q1513 and their periphery, and replace P1(AV ASSEMBLY) if defective.

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FLOW CHART NO.10 P-ON+5V(DECK) is not outputted.

Is 12V voltage supplied to collector of Q1516? Yes Is the "H" pulse (approximately 6V) inputted to the base of Q1516? Yes Check Q1516 and their periphery, and replace P1(AV ASSEMBLY) if defective.

No

Refer to "FLOW CHART NO.8"<AL+12V is not outputted>. Refer to "FLOW CHART NO.9"<P-ON+9V is not outputted>.

No

FLOW CHART NO.11 AL+5V is not outputted. No

Is the supply voltage 5V fed to the cathode of D016? Yes Cheak for load circuit short-circuiting or leak, and replace P1(AV ASSEMBLY) if defective.

Check D016 and their periphery, and replace P3(PW/SW ASSEMBLY) if defective.

FLOW CHART NO.12 P-ON+5V is not outputted. No

Is 5V voltage supplied to collector of Q1517? Yes Is the "H" pulse (approximately 5V) inputted to the base of Q1517? Yes Check Q1517 and their periphery, and replace P1(AV ASSEMBLY) if defective.

Refer to "FLOW CHART NO.11"<AL+5V is not outputted>. Refer to "FLOW CHART NO.9"<P-ON+9V is not outputted>.

No

FLOW CHART NO.13 ECO+5V is not outputted. No

Is 5V voltage supplied to collector of Q1520? Yes Is the "H" pulse (approximately 6V) inputted to the base of Q1520? Yes Check Q1520 and their periphery, and replace P1(AV ASSEMBLY) if defective.

Refer to "FLOW CHART NO.11"<AL+5V is not outputted>. Refer to "FLOW CHART NO.14"<ECO+9V is not outputted>.

No

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FLOW CHART NO.14 ECO+9V is not outputted. No

Is 10V voltage supplied to collector of Q1521? Yes Check Q1521 and their periphery, and replace P1(AV ASSEMBLY) if defective.

Refer to "FLOW CHART NO.8"<AL+12V is not outputted>.

FLOW CHART NO.15 ECO+12V is not outputted. No

Is 12V voltage supplied to emitter of Q1548? Yes Check Q1548, Q1549 and their periphery, and replace P1(AV ASSEMBLY) if defective.

Refer to "FLOW CHART NO.8"<AL+12V is not outputted>.

FLOW CHART NO.16 P-ON+5V(2) is not outputted. No

Is the supply voltage 5V fed to the cathode of D016? Yes Is the "H" pulse (approximately 6V) inputted to the base of Q1106? Yes Check Q1106 and their periphery, and replace P3(PW/SW ASSEMBLY) if defective.

Check D016 and their periphery, and replace P3(PW/SW ASSEMBLY) if defective. Refer to "FLOW CHART NO.17"<P-ON+10V is not outputted>.

No

FLOW CHART NO.17 P-ON+10V is not outputted. No

Is the supply voltage 14V fed to the cathode of D1031? Yes Is 12V voltage supplied to collector of Q1105? Yes

Check D1031 and their periphery, and replace P3(PW/SW ASSEMBLY) if defective.

No

Is the "H" pulse (approximately 0.7V) inputted to the base of Q1514?

Yes
Check Q1511, Q1514 and their periphety, and replace P3(PW/SW ASSEMBLY) if defective. Is 10V voltage outputed to Pin(12) of CL1001? Yes Check for load circuit short-circuiting or leak, and replace P1(AV ASSEMBLY) if defective. No

No
Check the POW-SW signal line, and replace P1(AV ASSEMBLY) if defective.

Cheak Q1105 and their periphery, and replace P3(PW/SW ASSEMBLY) if defective.

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FLOW CHART NO.18 P-ON+3.3V is not outputted. No

Is the supply voltage 5V fed to the cathode of D1103? Yes Is 3.3V voltage outputted to Pin(2) of IC1104? Yes Check for load circuit short-circuiting or leak, and replace P1(AV ASSEMBLY) if defective.

Check D1103 and their periphery, and replace P3(PW/SW ASSEMBLY) if defective. Check IC1104 and their periphery, and replace P3(PW/SW ASSEMBLY) if defective.

No

FLOW CHART NO.19 SYS+5V is not outputted. No

Is 5V voltage supplied to emitter of Q1527? Yes Check Q1527, Q1528 and their periphery, and replace P1(AV ASSEMBLY) if defective.

Refer to "FLOW CHART NO.11"<AL+5V is not outputted>.

FLOW CHART NO.20 P-ON+1.8V is not outputted. No

Is 2.5V voltage supplied to Pin(1) of IC1800? Yes Check IC1800 and their periphery, and replace P1(AV ASSEMBLY) if defective.

Check D1030 and their periohery, and replace P3(PW/SW ASSEMBLY) if defective.

FLOW CHART NO.21

The fluorescent display tube does not light up. Is 5V voltage supplied to Pin(13,43) of IC612? Yes Is approximately -24V to -28V voltage supplied to Pin(30) of IC612? Yes Is there approximately 500kHz oscillation to Pin(5) of IC612? Yes Are the filament voltage applied between Pin(1) and Pin(24) of the fluorescent display tube? Also negative voltage applied between these pins and GND? Yes Replace P1(AV ASSEMBLY). No No
Check the ECO+5V line and replace P1(AV ASSEMBLY) if defective. Check the -FL line and replace P1(AV ASSEMBLY) or P3(PW/SW ASSEMBLY) if defective. Check R618, IC612 and their periphery, and replace P1(AV ASSEMBLY) if defective. Check the power circuit, D1016, D1017, C1018 and their periphery, and replace P3(PW/SW ASSEMBLY) if defective.

No

No

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2 DVD Section
FLOW CHART NO.1 The key operation is not functioning. Are the contact point and the installation state of the key switches normal? Yes Is the control voltage normally inputted into Pin(8) of IC501? Yes Replace P1(AV ASSEMBLY) or P2(DVD MECHANISM & DVD MAIN BOARD ASSEMBLY). No Re-install the key switches correctly or replace P3(PW/SW ASSEMBLY). Check the key switches and their periphery, and replace P3(PW/SW ASSEMBLY) if defective.

No

Terminal voltage of IC501-8


4.30 3.60

KEY-1 IC501-8 -----

2.90 --2.39 DUBBING 1.98 1.61 1.27 0.92 0.51 (V) OPEN /CLOSE DVD DVD -STOP DVD -PLAY DVD -REC

FLOW CHART NO.2 No DVD operation is possible from the remote control. (Operation is possible from the unit.) No Is 5V voltage supplied to Pin(3) terminal of the RS1501 (remote control receiver)? Yes No Is the "L" pulse sent out from Pin(1) terminal of the RS1501 (remote control receiver) when the remote control is activated? Yes No Is the "L" pulse signal supplied to Pin(14) of IC501? Yes Replace P1(AV ASSEMBLY) or P2(DVD MECHANISM & DVD MAIN BOARD ASSEMBLY). Check AL+5V line, and replace P1(AV ASSEMBLY) if defective. Replace P1(AV ASSEMBLY) or remote control(X1).

Check the line between the RS1501 (remote control receiver) and Pin(14) of IC501, and replace P1(AV ASSEMBLY) if defective.

FLOW CHART NO.3 The [No Disc] indication. Both picture and sound do not operate normally.

Replace the P2(DVD MECHANISM & DVD MAIN BOARD ASSEMBLY).

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FLOW CHART NO.4 VIDEO E-E does not appear normally. Are the video signals inputted to each pin of IC1509? IC1509 IC1509 IC1509 IC1509 IC1509 IC1509 18PIN 14PIN 3PIN 5PIN 12PIN 20PIN VIDEO-IN 1 (AV1) VIDEO-IN (FRONT) DTV-Y DTV-C VIDEO-IN 2 (AV2) TUNER-VIDEO Yes Are the video signals outputted to each pin of IC1509? IC1509 IC1509 61PIN 59PIN VIDEO-Y/CVBS-IN VIDEO-C-IN Yes Are the video signals outputted to each pin of CN1502? CN1502 20PIN CN1502 22PIN VIDEO-Y/CVBS-IN VIDEO-C-IN Yes No No No Check the line between video input terminal and each pin of IC1509, and replace P1(AV ASSEMBLY), P5(BOARD DTV MODULE UNIT) or TU1800. IC1509 18PIN JK1504 VIDEO-IN 1 (AV1) IC1509 14PIN JK1231 VIDEO-IN (FRONT) IC1509 3PIN CN1800 26PIN DTV-Y IC1509 5PIN CN1800 28PIN DTV-C IC1509 12PIN JK2001 VIDEO-IN 2 (AV2) IC1509 20PIN TU1800 17PIN TUNER-VIDEO Is 5V voltage supplied to Pin(27,29,47,63) of IC1509? Is 9V voltage supplied to Pin(75) of IC1509? Yes Replace P1(AV ASSEMBLY). No Check the ECO+5V, ECO+9V line and replace P1(AV ASSEMBLY) or P3(PW/SW ASSEMBLY) if defective.

Check the line between each pin of IC1509 and each pin of CN1502 and replace P1(AV ASSEMBLY) if defective. IC1509 61PIN CN1502 20PIN VIDEO-Y/CVBS-IN IC1509 59PIN CN1502 22PIN VIDEO-C-IN

Continued to A on the next page.

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A Are the video signals outputted to each pin of CN1502? CN1502 CN1502 CN1502 CN1502 CN1502 7PIN 1PIN 5PIN 3PIN 9PIN VIDEO-Y(I/P)-OUT VIDEO-Y(I)-OUT VIDEO-Pr/Cr-OUT VIDEO-Pb/Cb-OUT VIDEO-C-OUT Yes Are the video signals shown above inputted into each pin of IC1509? IC1509 IC1509 IC1509 IC1509 IC1509 51PIN 55PIN 52PIN 53PIN 57PIN VIDEO-Y(I/P)-OUT VIDEO-Y(I)-OUT VIDEO-Pr/Cr-OUT VIDEO-Pb/Cb-OUT VIDEO-C-OUT No Check the line between each pin of CN1502 and each pin of IC1509, and replace P1(AV ASSEMBLY) if defective. CN1502 CN1502 CN1502 CN1502 CN1502 7PIN 1PIN 5PIN 3PIN 9PIN IC1509 IC1509 IC1509 IC1509 IC1509 51PIN 55PIN 52PIN 53PIN 57PIN VIDEO-Y(I/P)-OUT VIDEO-Y(I)-OUT VIDEO-Pr/Cr-OUT VIDEO-Pb/Cb-OUT VIDEO-C-OUT No Replace the P2(DVD MECHANISM & DVD MAIN BOARD ASSEMBLY).

Yes Are the video signals outputted to each pin of IC1509? IC1509 IC1509 IC1509 IC1509 IC1509 30PIN 22PIN 40PIN 39PIN 38PIN VIDEO-OUT 1 (AV1) VIDEO-OUT 2 (AV2) VIDEO-Y VIDEO-Pr/Cr-OUT VIDEO-Pb/Cb-OUT Yes Are the video signals outputted to the specific output terminal? Are the composite video signals outputted to the VIDEO OUT (AV1) terminal (JK1504)? Are the composite video signals outputted to the VIDEO OUT (AV2) terminal (JK2001)? Are the component video signals outputted to the VIDEO OUT terminal (JK1505)?

No

Is 5V voltage supplied to Pin(27,29,47,63) of IC1509? Is 9V voltage supplied to Pin(75) of IC1509? Yes Replace P1(AV ASSEMBLY). No Check the ECO+5V, ECO+9V line and replace P1(AV ASSEMBLY) or P3(PW/SW ASSEMBLY) if defective.

No No No

Check the periphery of JK1504 from Pin (30) of IC1509 and replace P1(AV ASSEMBLY) if defective. Check the periphery of JK2001 from Pin (22) of IC1509 and replace P1(AV ASSEMBLY) if defective. Check the periphery of JK1505 from Pin (38, 39, 40) of IC1509 and replace P1(AV ASSEMBLY) if defective.

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FLOW CHART NO.5 Picture does not appear normally. Set the disc on the disc tray, and playback it. (DVD MODE) Are the video signals outputted to each pin of CN1502? CN1502 CN1502 CN1502 CN1502 CN1502 7PIN 1PIN 5PIN 3PIN 9PIN VIDEO-Y(I/P)-OUT VIDEO-Y(I)-OUT VIDEO-Pr/Cr-OUT VIDEO-Pb/Cb-OUT VIDEO-C-OUT Yes Are the video signals shown above inputted into each pin of IC1509? IC1509 IC1509 IC1509 IC1509 IC1509 51PIN 55PIN 52PIN 53PIN 57PIN VIDEO-Y(I/P)-OUT VIDEO-Y(I)-OUT VIDEO-Pr/Cr-OUT VIDEO-Pb/Cb-OUT VIDEO-C-OUT No Check the line between each pin of CN1502 and each pin of IC1509, and replace P1(AV ASSEMBLY) if defective. CN1502 CN1502 CN1502 CN1502 CN1502 7PIN 1PIN 5PIN 3PIN 9PIN IC1509 IC1509 IC1509 IC1509 IC1509 51PIN 55PIN 52PIN 53PIN 57PIN VIDEO-Y(I/P)-OUT VIDEO-Y(I)-OUT VIDEO-Pr/Cr-OUT VIDEO-Pb/Cb-OUT VIDEO-C-OUT No Replace the P2(DVD MECHANISM & DVD MAIN BOARD ASSEMBLY).

Yes Are the video signals outputted to each pin of IC1509? IC1509 IC1509 IC1509 IC1509 IC1509 30PIN 22PIN 40PIN 39PIN 38PIN VIDEO-OUT 1 (AV1) VIDEO-OUT 2 (AV2) VIDEO-Y VIDEO-Pr/Cr-OUT VIDEO-Pb/Cb-OUT Yes

No

Is 5V voltage supplied to Pin(27,29,47,63) of IC1509? Is 9V voltage supplied to Pin(75) of IC1509? Yes Replace P1(AV ASSEMBLY). No Check the ECO+5V, ECO+9V line and replace P1(AV ASSEMBLY) or P3(PW/SW ASSEMBLY) if defective.

Are the video signals outputted to the specific output terminal? Are the composite video signals outputted to the VIDEO OUT (AV1) terminal (JK1504)? Are the composite video signals outputted to the VIDEO OUT (AV2) terminal (JK2001)? Are the component video signals outputted to the VIDEO OUT terminal (JK1505)? No No No

Check the periphery of JK1504 from Pin (30) of IC1509 and replace P1(AV ASSEMBLY) if defective. Check the periphery of JK2001 from Pin (22) of IC1509 and replace P1(AV ASSEMBLY) if defective. Check the periphery of JK1505 from Pin (38, 39, 40) of IC1509 and replace P1(AV ASSEMBLY) if efective.

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FLOW CHART NO.6 Audio E-E does not appear normally. Check the line between audio input terminal and each pin of IC1509, and replace P1(AV ASSEMBLY), P5(BOARD DTV MODULE UNIT) or TU1800 if defective. IC1509 86,87PIN JK1504 AUDIO-IN1 (AV1) IC1509 91,92PIN JK1232, AUDIO-IN (FRONT) JK1233 IC1509 89,90PIN JK2001 AUDIO-IN2 (AV2) IC1509 84,85PIN TU1800 6PIN TUNER-AUDIO IC1509 93,94PIN CN1800 29,30PIN DTV-AUDIO

Are the audio signals inputted to each pin of IC1509? IC1509 IC1509 IC1509 IC1509 IC1509 86,87PIN 91,92PIN 89,90PIN 84,85PIN 93,94PIN AUDIO-IN1 (AV1) AUDIO-IN (FRONT) AUDIO-IN2 (AV2) TUNER-AUDIO DTV-AUDIO Yes

No

Are the audio signals outputted to Pin(79,80) of IC1509? Yes

No

Is 5V voltage supplied to Pin(27,29,47,63) of IC1509? Is 9V voltage supplied to Pin(75) of IC1509? Yes No Check the ECO+5V, ECO+9V Replace P1(AV line and replace P1(AV ASSEMBLY). ASSEMBLY) or P3(PW/SW ASSEMBLY) if defective. Check the line between each pin of IC1509 and each pin of CN1502, and replace P1(AV ASSEMBLY) if defective. IC1509 IC1509 79PIN CN1502 13PIN AUDIO(R)-IN 80PIN CN1502 11PIN AUDIO(L)-IN

No Are the audio signals outputted to Pin(11,13) of CN1502? Yes Continued to B on the next page.

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B Are the analog audio signals outputted to each pin of CN1502? CN1502 17PIN AUDIO (L)-OUT CN1502 15PIN AUDIO (R)-OUT Yes Are the analog audio signals inputted to each pin of IC1509? IC1509 77PIN AUDIO (L)-OUT IC1509 76PIN AUDIO (R)-OUT Yes Are the analog audio signals outputted to each pin of IC1509? IC1509 73,74PIN AUDIO-OUT 1 (AV1) IC1509 71,72PIN AUDIO-OUT 2 (AV2) IC1509 67,68PIN AUDIO-OUT (REAR) Yes Check each line between each pin of CN1502 and each pin of IC1509, and replace P1(AV ASSEMBLY) if defective. CN1502 17PIN IC1509 77PIN AUDIO(L)-OUT CN1502 15PIN IC1509 76PIN AUDIO(R)-OUT No Replace the P2(DVD MECHANISM & DVD MAIN BOARD ASSEMBLY).

No

No

Is 5V voltage supplied to Pin(27, 29, 47 ,63) of IC1509? Is 9V voltage supplied to Pin(75) of IC1509? Yes No Check the ECO+5V, ECO+9V Replace P1(AV line and replace P1(AV ASSEMBLY). ASSEMBLY) if defective. Check the periphery between Pin(73,74) of IC1509 and the audio terminal (JK1504), and replace P1(AV ASSEMBLY) if defective. Check the periphery between Pin(71,72) of IC1509 and the audio terminal (JK2001), and replace P1(AV ASSEMBLY) if defective. Check the periphery between Pin(67,68) of IC1509 and the audio terminal (JK1502), and replace P1(AV ASSEMBLY) if defective.

Are the audio signals outputted to the specific output terminal? Are the audio signals outputted to the audio terminal (JK1504)? Are the audio signals outputted to the audio terminal (JK2001)? Are the audio signals outputted to the audio terminal (JK1502)? No

No No

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FLOW CHART NO.7 Audio is not outputted during playback. Set the disc on the disc tray, and playback it. (DVD MODE) Are the analog audio signals outputted to each pin of CN1502? CN1502 17PIN AUDIO (L)-OUT CN1502 15PIN AUDIO (R)-OUT Yes Are the analog audio signals inputted to each pin of IC1509? IC1509 77PIN AUDIO (L)-OUT IC1509 76PIN AUDIO (R)-OUT Yes Are the analog audio signals outputted to each pin of IC1509? IC1509 73,74PIN AUDIO-OUT 1 (AV1) IC1509 71,72PIN AUDIO-OUT 2 (AV2) IC1509 67,68PIN AUDIO-OUT (REAR) Yes Check each line between each pin of CN1502 and each pin of IC1509, and replace P1(AV ASSEMBLY) if defective. CN1502 17PIN IC1509 77PIN AUDIO(L)-OUT CN1502 15PIN IC1509 76PIN AUDIO(R)-OUT No Replace the P2(DVD MECHANISM & DVD MAIN BOARD ASSEMBLY).

No

No

Is 5V voltage supplied to Pin(27, 29, 47 ,63) of IC1509? Is 9V voltage supplied to Pin(75) of IC1509? Yes No Check the ECO+5V, ECO+9V Replace P1(AV line and replace P1(AV ASSEMBLY). ASSEMBLY) if defective. Check the periphery between Pin(73,74) of IC1509 and the audio terminal (JK1504), and replace P1(AV ASSEMBLY) if defective. Check the periphery between Pin(71,72) of IC1509 and the audio terminal (JK2001), and replace P1(AV ASSEMBLY) if defective. Check the periphery between Pin(67,68) of IC1509 and the audio terminal (JK1502), and replace P1(AV ASSEMBLY) if defective.

Are the audio signals outputted to the specific output terminal? Are the audio signals outputted to the audio terminal (JK1504)? Are the audio signals outputted to the audio terminal (JK2001)? Are the audio signals outputted to the audio terminal (JK1502)? No

No No

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3 VCR Section
FLOW CHART NO.1 The key operation is not functioning. Are the contact point and the installation state of the key switches normal? Yes Is the control voltage normally inputted into Pin(7) of IC501? Yes Replace P1(AV ASSEMBLY). No Re-install some key switches correctly or replace P1(AV ASSEMBLY). Check the key switches and their periphery, and replace P1(AV ASSEMBLY) if defective.

No

Terminal voltage of IC501-7


4.30 3.60

KEY-1 IC501-7 S-INH CH-UP

2.90 2.39 1.98

CH -DOWN REC PLAY

1.61 FF 1.27 REW 0.92 0.51 (V) STOP /EJECT POWER

FLOW CHART NO.2 No VCR operation is possible from the remote control. (Operation is possible from the unit.) Is 5V voltage supplied to the Pin(3) terminal of the RS1501 (remote control receiver)? Yes Is the "L" pulse sent out from Pin(1) terminal of the RS1501 (remote control receiver) when the remote control is activated? Yes Is the "L" pulse signal supplied to Pin(14) of IC501? Yes Replace P1(AV ASSEMBLY). No Check AL+5V line and replace P1(AV ASSEMBLY) if defective. Replace the RS1501 (remote control receiver). Replace P1(AV ASSEMBLY) or remote control (X1).

No

No

Check the line between the RS1501 (remote control receiver) and Pin(14) of IC501, and replace P1(AV ASSEMBLY) if defective.

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FLOW CHART NO.3 Cassette tape can not be loaded. When loading a cassette tape, on Pin(100) of IC501, does the "L" pulse switch to the "H" pulse? Yes When loading a cassette tape, is the specified voltage (approximately 13V) outputted to the terminal of the Loading Motor Unit? Yes Replace DECK ASSEMBLY (1B1). FLOW CHART NO.4 Cassette tape is ejected right after the loading. When loading a cassette tape, on Pin(100) of IC501, does the "L" pulse switch to the "H" pulse? Yes When loading a cassette tape, on Pin(4) of IC501, does the "L" pulse switch to the "H" pulse? Yes When loading a cassette tape, does the LD-SW operate normally? Yes Replace P1(AV ASSEMBLY). No Check the line between the start sensor and Pin(100) of IC501, and replace P1(AV ASSEMBLY) if defective. Check the line between the end sensor and Pin(4) of IC501, and replace P1(AV ASSEMBLY) if defective. Check the line between the LD-SW(SW507) and Pin(9) of IC501, and replace P1(AV ASSEMBLY) if defective. No Check the line between the start sensor and Pin(100) of IC501, and replace P1(AV ASSEMBLY) if defective. Replace DECK ASSEMBLY (1B1).

No

No

No

FLOW CHART NO.5 Cassette tape can not be ejected. When pressing the eject button, does the Capstan Motor start rotating? Yes While the Capstan Motor is rotating, is the Takeup Reel rotating? Yes While the Takeup Reel is rotating, is the reel pulse signal inputted to Pin(80) of IC501? Yes While the reel pulse signal is inputting, is "L" pulse outputted to Pin(81) of IC501? Yes Is the specified voltage (approximately 13V) outputted to the terminal of the Lading Motor Unit? Yes Is the Loading Motor rotating? Yes Check the Cam Gear or Rack Assembly, etc., and replace DECK ASSEMBLY (1B1) if defective. No Refer to "FLOW CHART NO.6 " <The Capstan Motor does not rotate>. Check the Reel Disc or Clutch Assembly, and replace DECK ASSEMBLY (1B1) if defective. Check the line between the Takeup Reel sensor and Pin(80) of IC501, and replace P1(AV ASSEMBLY) if defective. Replace P1(AV ASSEMBLY).

No

No

No

No Replace DECK ASSEMBLY (1B1) No Replace DECK ASSEMBLY (1B1)

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FLOW CHART NO.6 Capstan Motor does not rotate. Is 5V voltage supplied to Pin(2) of CN502? Yes Is over approximately 2.6V voltage supplied to Pin(5) of CN502? Yes Is 12V voltage supplied to Pin(1) of CN502? Yes Replace DECK ASSEMBLY (1B1). FLOW CHART NO.7 Drum Motor does not rotate. Is 5V voltage supplied to Pin(2) of CN502? Yes Is over approximately 2.6V voltage supplied to Pin(8) of CN502? Yes Is 12V voltage supplied at Pin(11) of CN502? Yes Replace DECK ASSEMBLY (1B1). No No No Check the P-ON+5V line and replace P1(AV ASSEMBLY) if defective. Check the line between Pin(8) of CN502 and Pin(77) of IC501, and replace P1(AV ASSEMBLY) if defective. Check the AL+12V line, and replace P1(AV ASSEMBLY) if defective. No No No Check the P-ON+5V line and replace P1(AV ASSEMBLY) if defective. Check the line between Pin(5) of CN502 and Pin(76) of IC501, and replace P1(AV ASSEMBLY) if defective. Check AL+16V/+12V line, and replace P1(AV ASSEMBLY) if defective.

FLOW CHART NO.8 Drum Motor rotates only for a few seconds. Is the D-PFG signal inputted to Pin(90) of IC501? Yes Is the RF-SW signal outputted to Pin(18) of IC501? Yes Is 12V voltage supplied Pin(11) of CN 502? Yes Replace DECK ASSEMBLY (1B1). No Replace DECK ASSEMBLY (1B1).

No No

Replace P1(AV ASSEMBLY). Check the AL+12V line, and replace P1(AV ASSEMBLY) if defective.

D-PG

FLOW CHART NO.9 RF-SW signal is not outputted. Is the Drum Motor rotating? Yes No

5Vp-p

D-FG

D-FG 2.5Vp-p

Refer to "FLOW CHART NO.7" <Drum Motor does not rotate> and "FLOW CHART NO.8" <Drum Motor rotates only for a few seconds>. No Replace DECK ASSEMBLY (1B1).

Is the D-PFG signal inputted to Pin(90) of IC501? Yes Replace P1(AV ASSEMBLY).

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FLOW CHART NO.10 Video E-E does not appear normally. Are the video signals inputted to each pin of IC1509? IC1509 IC1509 IC1509 IC1509 IC1509 IC1509 18PIN 14PIN 12PIN 20PIN 3PIN 5PIN VIDEO-IN 1 (AV1) VIDEO-IN (FRONT) VIDEO-IN 2 (AV2) TUNER-VIDEO DTV-Y DTV-C Yes No Check the line between video input terminal and each pin of IC1509, and replace P1(AV ASSEMBLY), P5(BOARD DTV MODULE UNIT) or TU1800 if defective. IC1509 IC1509 IC1509 IC1509 IC1509 IC1509 No 18PIN 14PIN 12PIN 20PIN 3PIN 5PIN JK1504 VIDEO-IN 1 (AV1) JK1231 VIDEO-IN (FRONT) JK2001 VIDEO-IN 2 (AV2) TU1800 TUNER-VIDEO CN1800 26PIN DTV-Y CN1800 28PIN DTV-C

Are the video signals outputted to Pin(24) of IC1509? Yes

Is 5V voltage supplied to Pin(27,29,47,63) of IC1509? Is 9V voltage supplied to Pin(75) of IC1509? Yes Replace P1(AV ASSEMBLY). No Check the ECO+5V, ECO+9V line and replace P1(AV ASSEMBLY) if defective.

Is the video signal inputted to Pin(48) of IC301? Yes Is the C-SYNC signal outputted to Pin(67) of IC301? Yes Is the C-SYNC signal inputted to Pin(58) of IC501? Yes No Check the line between Pin(67) of IC301 and Pin(58) of IC501, and replace P1(AV ASSEMBLY) if defective. Replace P1(AV ASSEMBLY).

No

Check the line between Pin(24) of IC1509 and Pin(48) of IC301, and replace P1(AV ASSEMBLY) if defective.

No Is 5V voltage supplied to Pin(18,24,42,55,72,91) of IC301? Yes No Check the P-ON+5V line and AL+5V line, and replace P1(AV ASSEMBLY) if defective. Yes Is the serial data and clock signal supplied to Pin(68,69) of IC301? No Check the line between Pin(68,69) of IC301 and Pin(71, 72) of IC501, and replace P1(AV ASSEMBLY) if defective.

Is the video signal inputted into Pin(100) of IC1509? Yes Are the video signals outputted to each pin of IC1509? IC1509 30PIN VIDEO-OUT 1 (AV1) IC1509 22PIN VIDEO-OUT 2 (AV2) Yes Are the video signals outputted to the specific output terminal? Are the composite video signals outputted to the VIDEO-OUT terminal (JK1504)? Are the composite video signals outputted to the VIDEO-OUT terminal (JK2001)?

No

Check the line between Pin(61) of IC301 and Pin(100) of IC1509, and replace P1(AV ASSEMBLY) if defective. Is 5V voltage supplied to Pin(27,29,47,63) of IC1509? Is 9V voltage supplied to Pin(75) of IC1509? Yes Replace P1(AV ASSEMBLY). No Check the ECO+5V, ECO+9V line and replace P1(AV ASSEMBLY) if defective.

No

No No

Check the periphery of JK1504 from Pin(30) of IC1509 and replace P1(AV ASSEMBLY) if defective. Check the periphery of JK2001 from Pin(22) of IC1509 and replace P1(AV ASSEMBLY) if defective.

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FLOW CHART NO.11 Hi-Fi E-E audio does not operate normally. Are the audio signals inputted to each pin of IC1509? IC1509 IC1509 IC1509 IC1509 IC1509 86,87PIN 91,92PIN 89,90PIN 84,85PIN 93,94PIN AUDIO-IN1 (AV1) AUDIO-IN (FRONT) AUDIO-IN2 (AV2) TUNER-AUDIO DTV-AUDIO Yes Are the audio signals outputted to Pin(69,70) of IC1509? Yes No No

Check the line between audio input terminal and each pin of IC1509, and replace P1(AV ASSEMBLY), P5(BOARD DTV MODUDLE UNIT) or TU1800 if defective. IC1509 86,87PIN JK1504 AUDIO-IN1 (AV1) IC1509 91,92PIN JK1232, AUDIO-IN (FRONT) JK1233 IC1509 89,90PIN JK2001 AUDIO-IN2 (AV2) IC1509 84,85PIN TU1800 6PIN TUNER-AUDIO IC1509 93,99PIN CN1800 29,30PIN DTV-AUDIO

Is 5V voltage supplied to Pin(27,29,47,63) of IC1509? Is 9V voltage supplied to Pin(75) of IC1509? Yes No Check the ECO+5V, ECO+9V Replace P1(AV line and replace P1(AV ASSEMBLY). ASSEMBLY) if defective. Check the line between Pin(69,70) of IC1509 and Pin(4,50) of IC451, and replace P1(AV ASSEMBLY) if defective. Check the circuit of AL+5V, P-ON+5V and P-ON+9V, and replace P1(AV ASSEMBLY) if defective. Check the line between Pin(37,38) of IC451 and Pin(71,72) of IC501, and replace P1(AV ASSEMBLY) if defective. Replace P1(AV ASSEMBLY).

Is the audio signal inputted to Pin(4,50) of IC451? Yes Is the 5V voltage supplied to Pin(16,32,35,36,46,55) of IC451, and the 9V voltage supplied to Pin(69) of IC451? Yes Is the serial data and the clock signal supplied to Pin(37,38) of IC451? Yes Is the audio signal outputted to Pin(74,76) of IC451? Yes Is the audio signal inputted into Pin(81,82) of IC1509? Yes Are the audio signals outputted to each pin of IC1509? IC1509 73,74PIN AUDIO-OUT 1 (AV1) IC1509 71,72PIN AUDIO-OUT 2 (AV2) Yes

No

No

No

No

No

Check the line between Pin(74,76) of IC451 and Pin(81,82) of IC1509, and replace P1(AV ASSEMBLY) if defective.

No

Is 5V voltage supplied to Pin(27,29,47,63) of IC1509? Is 9V voltage supplied to Pin(75) of IC1509? Yes No Check the ECO+5V, ECO+9V Replace P1(AV line and replace P1(AV ASSEMBLY). ASSEMBLY) if defective. Check the line between Pin(73,74) of IC1509 and audio terminal (JK1504), and replace P1(AV ASSEMBLY) if defective. Check the line between Pin(71,72) of IC1509 and audio terminal (JK2001), and replace P1(AV ASSEMBLY) if defective.

Are the audio signals outputted to the specific output terminal? Are the audio signals outputted to the audio terminal (JK1504)? Are the audio signals outputted to the audio terminal (JK2001)? No No

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FLOW CHART NO.12 Hi-Fi audio can not be recorded normally. (E-E mode is normal.) Is the Hi-Fi-COM signal outputted to Pin(26) of IC451? Yes Is the line between Pin(8) of CN251 and Pin(26) of IC451 normal? Yes Replace DECK ASSEMBLY (1B1). No Replace P1(AV ASSEMBLY).

No

Check the line between Pin(8) of CN251 and Pin(26) of IC451, and replace P1(AV ASSEMBLY) if defective.

FLOW CHART NO.13 Hi-Fi audio can not be playbacked normally. (Hi-Fi E-E mode is normal.) Is the Playback Envelope signal outputted to Pin(33) of IC451? Yes Replace P1(AV ASSEMBLY). No Is the Hi-Fi-H-SW signal inputted into to Pin(39) of IC451? Yes Replace P1(AV ASSEMBLY). No Check the Hi-Fi-H-SW line between Pin(39) of IC451 and Pin(19) of IC501, and replace P1(AV ASSEMBLY) if defective.

FLOW CHART NO.14 Audio can not be recorded normally in the linear audio mode. (E-E mode is normal.) No Is the audio signal inputted into Pin(13) of IC301? Yes Does the Bias oscillation circuit operate normally? Yes Is the audio signal outputted to Pin(11) of IC301? Yes Is the audio signal outputted to Pin(100) of IC301? Yes Replace DECK ASSEMBLY (1B1). No No No Check the line between Pin(78) of IC451 and Pin(13) of IC301, and replace P1(AV ASSEMBLY) if defective. Check the Bias oscillation circuit (Q401,Q403, Q404,Q405,Q406) and replace P1(AV ASSEMBLY) if defective. Replace P1(AV ASSEMBLY). Replace P1(AV ASSEMBLY).

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FLOW CHART NO.15 Audio can not be playbacked normally in the linear audio mode. (E-E mode is normal.) Yes Is the audio signal outputted to Pin(11) of IC301? Yes Check the line between Pin(11) of IC301 and Pin(80) of IC451, and replace P1(AV ASSEMBLY). Is there no dirt on the surface of ACE head assembly? Yes Is the height of ACE head assembly appropriate? Yes Replace DECK ASSEMBLY (1B1). No No No Replace P1(AV ASSEMBLY).

Is the audio signal supplied to Pin(5) of IC301? No

Clean the surface of ACE head assembly. Readjust the height of the ACE head assembly.

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FUNCTION INDICATOR SYMBOLS


< VCR Section >
Note: If a mechanical malfunction occurs, the power is turned off. When the power comes on again after that by pressing [ ] button, an error message is displayed on the TV screen for 5 seconds.

MODE When reel or capstan mechanism is not functioning correctly When tape loading mechanism is not functioning correctly When cassette loading mechanism is not functioning correctly When the drum is not working properly P-ON Power safety detection

INDICATOR ACTIVE A R is displayed on a TV screen. (Refer to Fig. 1.) A T is displayed on a TV screen. (Refer to Fig. 2.) A C is displayed on a TV screen. (Refer to Fig. 3.) A D is displayed on a TV screen. (Refer to Fig. 4.) A P is displayed on a TV screen. (Refer to Fig. 5.)

TV screen
When reel or capstan mechanism is not functioning correctly When the drum is not working properly

A R SP
Recording mode

0 : 00 : 00
Elapsed time Fig. 1

A D SP
Recording mode

0 : 00 : 00
Elapsed time Fig. 4

When tape loading mechanism is not functioning correctly

P-ON Power safety detection

A T SP
Recording mode

0 : 00 : 00
Elapsed time Fig. 2

A P SP
Recording mode

0 : 00 : 00
Elapsed time Fig. 5

When cassette loading mechanism is not functioning correctly

A C SP
Recording mode

0 : 00 : 00
Elapsed time Fig. 3

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< DVD Section >


Note: If an error occurs, a message with the error number appears on the screen.

Recording Error

You cannot record on this disc as Power Calibration Area is full.

Error message

E35

Error No.

Message

Solution

Error No.
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11

Error Description
An error occurs during data reading. There is no reply for 15 seconds in Test Unit Ready. Cannot write the data after trying three times. An error occurs with OPC. During recovery in a record. An error occurs even if recovery has been tried three times. An error occurs in a format. It cannot start an encode. NV_PCK/RDI_PCK is not in encoded data. Encode Pause condition continued for 10 minutes. Encode Pause condition continued in normal REC condition for 10 minutes. Difference in the address and can not get Stream ID of RDI/VIDEO. It is a reply that ATAPI is not readable. Cannot write the data after recovering SMALL VMGI. Cannot write the data after DVD-R Reverse Track. An error occurs in Finalize Close. An error occurs in Rec Stop Close. An error occurs in PCA Full (DVD_R). Safety Stop occurs during editing. High Speed Disc. The disc is not formatted. Disc Error has occurred. The -R Disc of VR Mode. The disc except for finalized DVD-R/RW/ +R/+RW. During the Macrovision picture input. During the CGMS picture input. During the CGMS picture (possible to record once) input. (Video Format Disc) During the CGMS picture (possible to record once) input. (Disc which is not for the correspondence to VR Format CPRM)

Priority
2 5 3 6 1 11 12 12

Can not record on this disc.

Insert the recordable disc, and ensure the disc status satisfies the recording requirements.

12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24

This program is not allowed to You cannot record copy be recorded. prohibited programs. This program is not recordable Set DVD-RW Recording in Video mode. Format to VR mode. This program is not allowed to Insert a ver.1.1 CPRM be recorded on this disc. compatible DVD-RW disc.

25 26 27

28

12

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Message
This disc is protected and not recordable. Disc is full. (No area for new recording) You cannot record more than 99 titles on one disc. (The maximum is 99.) You cannot record more than 999 chapters on one disc. (The maximum is 999.)

Solution
Release the disc protect setting in the Disc Setting menu. Insert the recordable disc with enough recording space.

Error No.
29 30 31

Error Description
Disc Protected Disc. No available recording space. Its recording capacity has been reached. (Video Format Disc) Its recording capacity has been reached. (VR Format Disc) The 999 chapter has been reached. (VR Format Disc) There is not space to record field of control information. PCA is Full. (in REC start) It is finalized. (Video Format Disc) Access to Memory Area range outside. Sector Address is wrong. BUP writing error of chapter editing. The 49 titles has been reached. (+VR Format) The 254 chapter has been reached. (+VR Format Disc) During the CGMS picture (possible to record once) input. (+VR Format Disc) A postscript tried to be added to + VR Format Disc where different Title Menu from this machine when the Make Recording Compatible setting was turned off was recorded.

Priority
7 5 7 8 9 10 4 6 9

Delete unnecessary titles. 32 Delete unnecessary chapter markers. 33 34 35 36 37

You cannot record on this disc Delete unnecessary titles. as Control Information is full. You cannot record on the disc as Power Calibration Area is full. This disc is already finalized. Insert a new disc. Release the finalizing for this disc. Repeat the same operation.

Can not record on this disc. You cannot record more than 49 titles on one disc.(The maximum is 49.)

38 39

Delete unnecessary titles.

43

You cannot record more than 254 chapters on one disc.(The Delete unnecessary chapter marks. maximum is 254.) This program is not recordable Set DVD-RW Recording in +VR mode. Format to VR mode. The disc has no recording compatibility. (Set Make Recording Compatible to ON to convert the disk.) Please make the Make Recording Compatible setting ON when you want to add a postscript.

44 45

10 12

46

If an error occurs during the timer recording, one of the following error numbers (40 to 42) or the above error messages (error number: 1 to 39 and 43 to 46) is displayed on the recording menu after timer recording. (Once the screen of the program line is exited, the program line for the error will be cleared.) (No Error Message is displayed for the error No. 40 ~ 42.)
Timer Programming

Error number
Date E40 06/12

0:00 THU 06/12 Start End CH 7:00 9:00 901 New Programme
STTL PDC

1/1

The error program will be displayed in gray with an error number.

Message

Solution
- Set the timer programming correctly. - Set the timer programming before the start time. - Insert a recordable videotape with a record tab. Turn the power on and set the clock correctly then set timer programming again. Insert the recordable disc.

Error No.

Error Description
- Some portion has not been recorded because of program overlapping. - Recording did not start at the start time. - No Videotape is inserted. Videotape ran out during recording. Power failed No disc when recording

Priority

40

Error message is not displayed.

41 42

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BLOCK DIAGRAMS
Servo/System Control Block Diagram
(DECK ASSEMBLY)
SW507 LD-SW

NOTE: BOARD MEANS PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARD.

IC501 (SERVO/SYSTEM CONTROL) IC612 (VFD DRIVER)


AL+5V 9 95 94 100 4 80 79

BOARD AV
FL601 1G 42 GRID 7G 36 P1 20 P2 23 P4 25 P5 28 P7 26 P8 21 P9 22

ACE HEAD ASSEMBLY


CONTROL HEAD

5 6

CN504 CTL(+) CTL(-)

TP502 END-S Q504 ST-S

AL+5V

LD-SW CTL(+) CTL(-) ST-S END-S T-REEL S-REEL

DRV-DATA 68 DRV-CLK 70 DRV-STB 69

7 DRV-DIN 8 DRV-CLK 9 DRV-STB

VFD
SEGMENT

Q506 T-REEL

PS502 S-REEL

BOARD SENSOR

D555 S-LED

AL+5V VR501 SW-POINT

TP503 CTL

97 CTL 2 PG-DELAY

Q503 END-S

DVD-LED 2 VCR-LED 3 POWER-LED 1

DVD-LED VCR-LED POWER-LED

TO SUB SYSTEM CONTROL BLOCK DIAGRAM

BOARD SENSOR
IIC-BUS SDA IIC-BUS SCL

TO DTV MODULE BLOCK DIAGRAM TO AUDIO SELECTOR BLOCK DIAGRAM TO VIDEO SELECTOR BLOCK DIAGRAM

CYLINDER ASSEMBLY
PG SENSOR DRUM MOTOR

CAPSTAN MOTOR
3 4 5 7 8 9

M
CAPSTAN MOTOR

MOTOR DRIVE CIRCUIT

CN502 C-FG C-F/R C-CONT LM-FWD/REV D-CONT D-PFG

IIC-BUS SDA IIC-BUS SCL


87 78 76 81 77 90

C-FG C-F/R C-CONT LM-FWD/REV D-CONT D-PFG VCR-AUDIO-MUTE 27

IIC-BUS SDA IIC-BUS SCL IIC-BUS SDA IIC-BUS SCL VCR-AUDIO-MUTE IIC-BUS SDA IIC-BUS SCL Hi-Fi-H-SW A-MODE IIC-BUS SDA IIC-BUS SCL D-REC-H RF-SW C-ROTA D-V-SYNC H-A-SW H-A-COMP V-ENV C-SYNC

TO AUDIO BLOCK DIAGRAM

LOADING MOTOR

M
AL+5V SW506 REC-SAFETY
31 REC-SAF-SW

Hi-Fi-H-SW 19 A-MODE 28 IIC-BUS SDA IIC-BUS SCL D-REC-H RF-SW C-ROTA D-V-SYNC H-A-SW H-A-COMP V-ENV C-SYNC
72 71 33 18 15 13 16 17 6 58

TO Hi-Fi AUDIO BLOCK DIAGRAM

Q514 SYS+5V RESET


34 RESET

RS1501 REMOTE SENSOR TO SUB POWER SUPPLY BLOCK DIAGRAM P-DOWN-H C-POW-SW P-ON-H ECO-MODE

TO VIDEO BLOCK DIAGRAM

14 REMOTE

32 82 75 73

P-DOWN-H C-POW-SW P-ON-H ECO-MODE

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Sub System Control Block Diagram

NOTE: BOARD MEANS PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARD.

IC501 (SUB MICRO CONTROLLER)

TO SUB POWER SUPPLY BLOCK DIAGRAM

1V2CONT POW-SW FAN-CONT1 REG-CONT

25 59 11 60

1V2CONT POW-SW FAN-CONT1 REG-CONT

DVD-AUDIO-MUTE 26 AUDIO-MUTE 29 SC-AUDIO-MUTE 30

DVD-AUDIO-MUTE AUDIO-MUTE SC-AUDIO-MUTE

TO AUDIO SELECTOR BLOCK DIAGRAM

TO DTV MODULE BLOCK DIAGRAM

DTV-SYS-RESET DTV-TXD DTV-RXD DTV-S-SCLK

DVD-LED VCR-LED POWER-LED

TO SERVO/SYSYTEM CONTROL BLOCK DIAGRAM

IC101 (MAIN MICRO CONTROLLER)


CN502-D 5 4 3 2 CN1801 5 4 3 2

DTV-S-SCLK DTV-RXD DTV-TXD DTV-SYS-RESET

R23 W25 R22 A4

DTV-S-SCLK DTV-RXD DTV-TXD DTV-SYS-RESET

CN1505 3 2

POWER-LED POWER-SW

CN671 1 3 2

D673 POWER

P-ON+5V
SW673 POWER

X501 12MHz RESONATOR X502 32KHz X'TAL 36 XC OUT 35 XC IN 39 X OUT 38 X IN KEY-1 7

J917 S-INH

BOARD POWER SWITCH


KEY SWITCH ECO+5V D3005 VCR

IC107 AL+2.8V
2 RESET 1 CN701 27 30 28 26 29 CN1502 SYS-RESET 27 SUB-RXD 30 SUB-TXD 28 SUB-SCLK 26 29 RDY

SYS-RESET SUB-RXD SUB-TXD SUB-SCLK RDY


CLK 27 IN

R25 V25 W26 P22 B4

Q517

Q516

63 66 65 67 64

SYS-RESET SUB-RXD SUB-TXD SUB-SCLK RDY

IC501
L1 4 2

X501 27MHz X'TAL

KEY-2

CN1504 5 VCR-LED 6 DVD-LED 9 KEY-2

D3003 DVD CN3001 16 CN3003 CN681 15 KEY SWITCH 1 OPEN/CLOSE-SW 1 12 2 DUBBING-SW 2

SW681 OPEN/CLOSE

SW682 DUBBING

DVD MAIN BOARD

BOARD AV

BOARD SWITCH

BOARD FUNCTION

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Digital Signal Process Block Diagram


REC VIDEO SIGNAL

NOTE: BOARD MEANS PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARD.


PB VIDEO SIGNAL REC AUDIO SIGNAL PB AUDIO SIGNAL

IC101 (MAIN MICRO CONTROLLER/MPEG2 AV CODEC) D/A D/A D/A D/A D/A F2 F1 K5 M5 J3 CN701 VIDEO-Y(I/P)-OUT 7 VIDEO-Pr/Cr-OUT 5 VIDEO-Pb/Cb-OUT 3 VIDEO-Y(I)-OUT 1 VIDEO-C-OUT 9 VIDEO-Y/CVBS-IN 20 VIDEO-C-IN 22
YC(0-7) HDMI-SDA HDMI-SCL VIDEO-CLOCK

IC201 RF/ ERROR AMP

VIDEO I/F

VIDEO ENCODER

TO VIDEO SELECTOR BLOCK DIAGRAM (CN1502)

A5,B5-B7 ,C6,C7, D6,D7

DVD MECHANISM
CN201

LPC

HDMI-SDA HDMI-SCL VIDEO-CLOCK

N23 U25 C5

TO VIDEO BLOCK DIAGRAM

IC301 PICK TILT -UP TRACKING FOCUS U4,W1,W3, Y2,AA1,AA2 45-50

IC701 (VIDEO DECODER) DECODER A/D


8 10 13

MOTOR DRIVER

FRONT-END DIGITAL SIGNAL PROCESS

BACK-END DIGITAL SIGNAL PROCESS

P3,T3,T5, U2,U3,V1

39-44

DECODER

A/D
PCM-DATA0 SPDIF PCM-BCK PCM-LRCK PCM-SCLK

IC202

OP AMP
D/A D/A P-ON+3.3V AUDIO I/F TRAY OPEN

N2 P1 M1 N3 M2 D1 D3 R4

TO VIDEO BLOCK DIAGRAM CN701 AUDIO(L)-OUT AUDIO(R)-OUT DVD-AUDIO-MUTE AUDIO(L)-IN AUDIO(R)-IN 17 15 18 11 13

CN1001-R

CN301 IC302

K2 K1 N4 Y26 U24 E12 M3

7 8 9 10 11 12 6

IC802 (AUDIO A/D CONVERTER) L-CH 13 R-CH 14 AUDIO A/D CONVERTER

TO AUDIO SELECTOR BLOCK DIAGRAM (CN1502)

MOTOR DRIVER
SLED MOTOR

CN101 3 SPDIF IC104 (FLASH MEMORY) FLASH MEMORY

CN1001 3

CL1001 28 SPDIF

CN1503 Q1535 BUFFER 28 WF10

JK1502 (REAR) DIGITAL AUDIO OUT (COAXIAL)

M
SPINDLE MOTOR

BOARD POWER SUPPLY

BOARD AV

IC901 (IEEE1394 I/F) AA3 AC2 Y5 AB3 AC3 AA4 AE1 AA5 AD1 Y4 W5 AC1
4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 1 48 2 3

CN1002-R IC102 (DDR2 SDRAM)

M
BOARD RELAY

CN901 RECEIVE DATA DECODER


30 29 28 27

DDR SDRAM

LINK I/F

LINK I/F

TPA1P TPA1N TPB1P TPB1N

1 2 4 5

TO DV JACK (W11)

TRANSMIT DATA ENCODER

DVD MAIN BOARD

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E9NG1BLD

Video Selector Block Diagram

NOTE: BOARD MEANS PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARD.


REC VIDEO SIGNAL PB VIDEO SUGNAL

BOARD REAR JACK


Q2001

IC1509

(VIDEO SELECTOR)

BOARD AV BOARD REAR JACK


62 LPF SW 61 59 GCL 64 65 SW 12 18 14 20

JK2001 VIDEO OUT2 19 VIDEO-G 11 VIDEO-B 7 VIDEO-R 15


BUFFER

CN2001 8 13 12 14

VIDEO-OUT2 VIDEO-G-IN VIDEO-B-IN VIDEO-R-IN

CN1506 8 13 12 14

22 48 50 49

DRIVER

FBC

SW

CN1506 CN2001 10 VIDEO-IN2 10

JK2001
20 VIDEO IN2

Q1515 BUFFER Q1514 BUFFER

JK1504
20 VIDEO-IN1

MUTE MUTE

BOARD SWITCH
CN1504 15 VIDEO-IN CN3001 6 CN3002
4 VIDEO-IN

TO DIGITAL SIGNAL PROCESS BLOCK DIAGRAM (CN701)

20 22 7 5 3 1 9

CN1502 VIDEO-Y/CVBS-IN VIDEO-C-IN VIDEO-Y(I/P)-OUT VIDEO-Pr/Cr-OUT VIDEO-Pb/Cb-OUT VIDEO-Y(I)-OUT VIDEO-C-OUT

WF8

WF4
SW 51 52 53 55 57 SW AGC SW

SW +

WF5

WF7

CN1231 JK1231 (FRONT)

JK1504 VIDEO OUT1 19 VIDEO-G 11 VIDEO-B 7 VIDEO-R 15

Q1541 BUFFER

WF6
30 46 44 45

VIDEO -IN DRIVER DRIVER DRIVER DRIVER MUTE FBC


SW SW SW SW 100 3 SW

BOARD FRONT JACK

JK1505 (REAR) VIDEO-Y -OUT VIDEO-Pb/Cb -OUT VIDEO-Pr/Cr -OUT


40 38 39

DRIVER DRIVER

SW SW LPF AGC SW 5

TU1800 (TUNER UNIT)


17 VIDEO-OUT

DRIVER

IC700 16 VPS-V

(VPS)

SW IIC I/F + 42 43

IIC-BUS SDA IIC-BUS SCL

TO SERVO/SYSTEM CONTROL BLOCK DIAGRAM

TO VIDEO BLOCK DIAGRAM

VCR-VIDEO-OUT VCR-VIDEO-IN

SW 24 SW

DTV-Y DTV-C

TO DTV MODULE BLOCK DIAGRAM

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Video Block Diagram


REC VIDEO SIGNAL IC501 (OSD) PB VIDEO SIGNAL REC AUDIO SIGNAL

NOTE: BOARD MEANS PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARD.


PB AUDIO SIGNAL

(DECK ASSEMBLY)

52

OSD CHARACTER MIX

50

IIC-BUS SCL IIC-BUS SDA


IC301 VIDEO SIGNAL PROCESS /HEAD AMP

TO SERVO/SYSTEM CONTROL BLOCK DIAGRAM

CYLINDER ASSEMBLY
CN251 VIDEO(R)-1 VIDEO-COM VIDEO(L)-1 VIDEO(L)-2 VIDEO-COM VIDEO(R)-2 1 2 3 4 5 6

VIDEO (R)-1 HEAD VIDEO (L)-1 HEAD VIDEO (L)-2 HEAD VIDEO (R)-2 HEAD

65

68 69

46

43

78

79

Q402 BUFFER

SERIAL DECODER

Y. DELAY
R P SP EP

BYPASS

AGC

TO VIDEO SELECTOR BLOCK DIAGRAM

VCR-VIDEO-OUT VCR-VIDEO-IN

48 56
PB/EE MUTE

LUMINANCE SIGNAL PROCESS CCD 1H DELAY


Y

SP HEAD AMP

96 95 94 93

CHARA. INS. 1/2

WF1

+
C

REC FM AGC

EP HEAD AMP

90 89 88 87

WF2 TP504 RF-SW

FBC CHROMINANCE SIGNAL PROCESS


R R P PR P

D-REC-H 80 RF-SW/C-ROTA D-V-SYNC H-A-SW H-A-COMP V-ENV C-SYNC


70 62 71 83 84 67

61

AGC

Y/C MIX

VXO

D-REC-H RF-SW C-ROTA D-V-SYNC H-A-SW H-A-COMP V-ENV C-SYNC

TO SERVO/SYSTEM CONTROL BLOCK DIAGRAM

58

59

28

29

21

X301 4.43MHz TP301 C-PB

DVD MAIN BOARD


ICA01 (HDMI INTERFACE) HDMI-SCL HDMI-SDA 119 113 114 IIC I/F REGISTER AUTHENT /CATION KEY EXCHANGE DDC I/F 121 120
2 3

QA01,QA02 DRIVE ICA02 3.3V<-->5V CONVERTER


6 5

WF3

CNA01 HDMI-CONNECTOR 19 HOT PLUG DETECT 15 SCL 16 SDA

TO DIGITAL SIGNAL PROCESS BLOCK DIAGRAM

P-ON+5V PCM-DATA0 SPDIF PCM-SCLK PCM-LRCK PCM-BCK 22 38 43 33 41 45 81


~

3 1 6 4 9 7

T.M.D.S DATA2T.M.D.S DATA2+ T.M.D.S DATA1T.M.D.S DATA1+ T.M.D.S DATA0T.M.D.S DATA0+

24
TMDS ENCODER TMDS TRANSMITTER

AV CONTROLLER

HDCP CIPHER/ ENCRYPTOR

AUDIO I/F

18 20 14 16 12 10

YC(0-7)

83 86 90
~

VIDEO I/F

10 T.M.D.S CLOCK+ 12 T.M.D.S CLOCK-

VIDEO-CLOCK

111 117

BOARD AV

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E9NG1BLV

Audio Selector Block Diagram


REC AUDIO SIGNAL

NOTE: BOARD MEANS PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARD.


PB AUDIO SIGNAL

BOARD AV
TO SERVO/SYSTEM CONTROL BLOCK DIAGRAM IIC-BUS SDA IIC-BUS SCL
42 43

IC1509(AUDIO SELECTOR)
IIC I/F

SW

72

CN1506 6 5 3 1 2

AUDIO(L)-IN2 AUDIO(R)-IN2 AUDIO(L)-OUT2 AUDIO(R)-OUT2 AUDIO-MUTE

IC1508 (OP AMP) OP AMP

CN2001 6 5 3 1 MUTE-ON 2 Q2003

BOARD REAR JACK JK2001


6 2 3 1

AUDIO(L)-IN2 AUDIO(R)-IN2 AUDIO(L)-OUT2 AUDIO(R)-OUT2

MUTE-ON Q2002

77

SW

71

JK1504
6 2 3 1

OP AMP

76

AUDIO(L)-IN1 AUDIO(R)-IN1 AUDIO(L)-OUT1 AUDIO(R)-OUT1

SW

74

Q1537 MUTE-ON Q1534 DRIVE

Q1538 MUTE-ON
IC1902 (IF SIGNAL PROCESS)

TU1800 (TUNER UNIT)


2 6 SIF-OUT

SW WF9 TO DIGITAL SIGNAL PROCESS BLOCK DIAGRAM (CN701)


17 15 18 11 13

73

L-CH 31 R-CH 30

IF SIGNAL PROCESS

CN1502 AUDIO(L)-OUT AUDIO(R)-OUT DVD-AUDIO-MUTE AUDIO(L)-IN AUDIO(R)-IN

SW SW
68

JK1502 (REAR) MUTE-ON SW


67

Q1539

AUDIO(L) -OUT AUDIO(R) -OUT

SW Q1536 DRIVE

MUTE-ON

Q1540

IC1506 (OP AMP) OP AMP

80 2

SW
(VCR DVD DUBBING)

90 87 85 92 82 94

CN3001 CN1504 17 AUDIO(L)-IN 4 19 AUDIO(R)-IN 2

BOARD SWITCH
CN3002

6 AUDIO(L)-IN 6 8 AUDIO(R)-IN 8

(DVD
70

VCR DUBBING)

SW

CN1231 JK1232 (FRONT)

OP AMP

79

SW

89 86 84 91 81 93

AUDIO(L) -IN JK1233 (FRONT) AUDIO(R) -IN

BOARD FRONT JACK


TO Hi-Fi AUDIO BLOCK DIAGRAM VCR-AUDIO-OUT(L) VCR-AUDIO-OUT(R)
69

SW

VCR-AUDIO-IN(L) VCR-AUDIO-IN(R) DTV-AUDIO(L) DTV-AUDIO(R)

TO Hi-Fi AUDIO BLOCK DIAGRAM TO DTV MODULE BLOCK DIAGRAM

TO SUB SYSTEM CONTROL BLOCK DIAGRAM

DVD-AUDIO-MUTE SC-AUDIO-MUTE AUDIO-MUTE

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E9NG1BLAS

Audio Block Diagram

NOTE: BOARD MEANS PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARD.

REC AUDIO SIGNAL

PB AUDIO SIGNAL

BOARD AV

TO Hi-Fi AUDIO BLOCK DIGRAM

N-A-PB N-A-REC

IC301 (AUDIO SIGNAL PROCESS)

13

ALC DET PB-ON 5 6 EQ AMP SP/LP-ON P-ON+5V 7 8 9 INV R ATT P ALC LINE AMP MUTE

12

11

(DECK ASSEMBLY)

ACE HEAD ASSEMBLY


CN504 AUDIO-PB/REC A-COM AE-H FE-H Q404 Q403 BIAS OSC 1 2 Q406 AUTO BIAS 3 100 REC AMP REC-ON

AUDIO HEAD AUDIO ERASE HEAD

4 3 1 2

FE HEAD
FULL ERASE HEAD CN501 2 FE-H 1 FE-H-GND

SWITCHING Q405 D-REC-OFF P-ON+5V Q401 SWITCHING PB-ON

AUDIO HD-SW CONTROL 16

SERIAL DECODER

68 69

71

VCR-AUDIO-MUTE IIC-BUS SDA IIC-BUS SCL

TO SERVO/SYSTEM CONTROL BLOCK DIAGRAM

1-12-7

E9NG1BLA

Hi-Fi Audio Block Diagram

NOTE: BOARD MEANS PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARD.

REC AUDIO SIGNAL

PB AUDIO SIGNAL

BOARD AV
VCR-AUDIO-IN(L) VCR-AUDIO-IN(R) TO AUDIO SELECTOR BLOCK DIAGRAM

IC451 (Hi-Fi AUDIO SIGNAL PROCESS)

SW NOISE R-CH PNR P R LIM


47

COMP

R-CH BPF

SERIAL DATA DECODER

37 38

IIC-BUS SDA IIC-BUS SCL

DEV

VCO

LPF

MUTE-ON
77 76 74

TO AUDIO SELECTOR BLOCK DIAGRAM

VCR-AUDIO-OUT(R) VCR-AUDIO-OUT(L)

50

R-CH INSEL

TO SERVO/ SYSTEM CONTROL BLOCK DIAGRAM

48

OUTPUT SELECT MUTE-ON HOLD PULSE

A-MODE
73 39 75

Hi-Fi-H-SW

L-CH INSEL

14 15

NOISE DET LIM L-CH PNR R P SW NOISE COMP DEV VCO

MIX

COMP

26

(DECK ASSEMBLY)
Q451 LPF DO DET L-CH BPF LIM
34 33

ENV DET R L

21 CN251 Hi-Fi-AUDIO(R) 7 Hi-Fi-COM 8 Hi-Fi-AUDIO(L) 9

NOR SW N-A-REC N-A-PB

24 27

Hi-Fi AUDIO(R) HEAD Hi-Fi AUDIO(L) HEAD

TO AUDIO BLOCK DIAGRAM

78 80

CYLINDER ASSEMBLY

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E9NG1BLH

Power Supply Block Diagram


CAUTION ! For continued protection against fire hazard, replace only with the same type fuse.
NOTE: The voltage for parts in hot circuit is measured using hot GND as a common terminal.

NOTE: BOARD MEANS PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARD.


CAUTION ! Fixed voltage (or Auto voltage selectable) power supply circuit is used in this unit. If Main Fuse (F1001) is blown , check to see that all components in the power supply circuit are not defective before you connect the AC plug to the AC power supply. Otherwise it may cause some components in the power supply circuit to fail.

HOT CIRCUIT. BE CAREFUL.

AC1001

F1001 L1003 T1.6A L 250V LINE FILTER

D1001 - D1004 BRIDGE RECTIFIER

T1001
2 20

19

Q1106 SW+5V

4 18

Q1001

17

16

CL1001 1 2 3,4 7,8 12 14,15 16,17 25 24 11 29 13 27 30,31 32

AL-30V AL+44V AL+16.3V AL+12V P-ON+10V P-ON+5V AL+5V(3) F1 F2 1V2CONT POW-SW FAN-CONT1 REG-CONT AL+2.8V P-ON+3.3V

TO SUB POWER SUPPLY BLOCK DIAGRAM (CN1503)

Q1003
15

Q1511 SW+12V Q1514

Q1105 +10V REG.

14

FAN Q1114 CN1002 1 FAN+12V 2 GND

13

Q1115

12

11

IC1001 ERROR VOLTAGE DET


4 1

Q1004 SW+5V Q1110 CN1001 25-27 20-22 10-12 6,7 15-17

IC1103 +1.8V REG. IC1104 +3.3V REG.

P-ON+10.5V P-ON+5V AL+2.8V P-ON+1.8V P-ON+3.3V

TO DVD MAIN BOARD (CN101)

Q1008

HOT

COLD
1-12-9

Q1109

Q1107

BOARD POWER SUPPLY

E9NG1BLP

Sub Power Supply Block Diagram

NOTE: BOARD MEANS PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARD.

TO POWER SUPPLY BLOCK DIAGRAM (CL1001)

1 2 3,4 7,8 12 14,15 16,17 25 24 11 29 13 27 30,31 32

CN1503 AL-30V AL+44V AL+16.3V AL+12V P-ON+10V P-ON+5V AL+5V(3) F1 F2 1V2CONT POW-SW FAN-CONT1 REG-CONT AL+2.8V P-ON+3.3V

Q1550 -FL AL+15V Q1511 TU+30V Q1554 Q1512 Q1508 AL+16V/+12V Q1509 Q1553 Q1552

P-ON+9V(2) Q1513

P-ON+5V(DECK) Q1516 AL+12V(2) P-ON+10V P-ON+3.3V P-ON+5V(2) AL+5V Q1517 Q1527 P-ON+5V SYS+5V P-ON+1.8V ECO+12V ECO+9V ECO+5V

IC1800 +1.8V REG.

Q1548

+9V REG. Q1521


Q1800

Q1520

Q1549

Q1551

F1 F2

Q1528

P-DOWN-H P-ON-H C-POW-SW ECO-MODE

TO SERVO/SYSTEM CONTROL BLOCK DIAGRAM

1V2CONT POW-SW FAN-CONT1 REG-CONT

TO SUB SYSTEM CONTROL BLOCK DIAGRAM

BOARD AV

1-12-10

E9NG1BLSP

DTV Module Block Diagram


IC2500 (DVB-T DEMODULATOR) IC2602 (DTV SIGNAL PROCESS)

NOTE: BOARD MEANS PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARD.


REC VIDEO SIGNAL REC AUDIO SIGNAL

TU1800 (TUNER UNIT) CN1800 1 DIF-OUT1 2 DIF-OUT2 3 DIF-AGC CN2700 1 30 2 31 3 39

DIF-OUT1 18 DIF-OUT2 19 DIF-AGC 20

ADC /AGC I/F /DEMOD. /DECODER

50 49 48 47 64

93 95 96 97 94

VIDEO ENCODER DTV DIGITAL SIGNAL PROCESS

VIDEO D/A CONVERTER

118 122

IC2901 (OP AMP) L-CH AUDIO 110 D/A CONVERTER R-CH 109
2 6 1 7

CN2701 11 13 14 15

DTV-Y DTV-C DTV-AUDIO(L) DTV-AUDIO(R)

CN1800 26 28 29 30

DTV-Y DTV-C

TO VIDEO SELECTOR BLOCK DIAGRAM

AUDIO INTERFACE

DTV-AUDIO(L) DTV-AUDIO(R)

AUDIO-MUTE 101 RESET 1


100 RESET

Q2903 DRIVE

TO AUDIO SELECTOR BLOCK DIAGRAM

MUTE -ON Q2900 MUTE -ON Q2901

SDA 44 SCL 43

102 SDA 103 SCL

IC2603 (MEMORY) SPI-DATA0 SPI-DATA1 SPI-CLK SPI-CE


15 13 16 17 2 5 6 1

SPI-DATA0 SPI-DATA1 SPI-CLK SPI-CE

DTV-TXD 105 DTV-RXD 106 DTV-SYS-RESET 44

CN2700 15 DTV-TXD 14 DTV-RXD 12 DTV-SYS-RESET


DATA BUS(0-15)

CN1800 15 14 12

DTV-TXD DTV-RXD DTV-SYS-RESET DTV-S-SCLK

TO SUB SYSTEM CONTROL BLOCK DIAGRAM

SDRAM I/F

*1

ADDRESS BUS(0-11)
*2

P-ON+5V

*1 *2 *3 *4

51,53~59,65~72 64,75~80,86~89,91 22~26,29~35 2,4,5,7,8,10,11,13,42,44,45, 47,48,50,51,53

IC2800 (DDR SDRAM)


*3

DDR SDRAM
*4

Q1805

SDA 15 SCL 14

CN2700 4 TU-SDA 5 TU-SCL

Q1801 CN1800 LEVEL 4 SHIFTER 5 Q1802 LEVEL SHIFTER

Q1804,Q1807 IIC-BUS SDA SW Q1803,Q1806 SW

IIC-BUS SCL

BOARD DTV MODULE UNIT

TO SERVO/ SYSTEM CONTROL BLOCK DIAGRAM

SCL 9 SDA 10

BOARD AV

1-12-11

E9NG1BLDTV

SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS / BOARDS AND TEST POINTS


NOTE: BOARD MEANS PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARD.

Standard Notes WARNING


Many electrical and mechanical parts in this chassis have special characteristics. These characteristics often pass unnoticed and the protection afforded by them cannot necessarily be obtained by using replacement components rated for higher voltage, wattage, etc. Replacement parts that have these special safety characteristics are identified in this manual and its supplements; electrical components having such features are identified by the mark " ! " in the schematic diagram and the parts list. Before replacing any of these components, read the parts list in this manual carefully. The use of substitute replacement parts that do not have the same safety characteristics as specified in the parts list may create shock, fire, or other hazards.

Notes:
1. Do not use the part number shown on these drawings for ordering. The correct part number is shown in the parts list, and may be slightly different or amended since these drawings were prepared. 2. All resistance values are indicated in ohms (K=103, M=106). 3. Resistor wattages are 1/4W or 1/6W unless otherwise specified. 4. All capacitance values are indicated in F (P=10-6 F). 5. All voltages are DC voltages unless otherwise specified. 6. Electrical parts such as capacitors, connectors, diodes, ICs, transistors, resistors, switches, and fuses are identified by four digits. The first two digits are not shown for each component. In each block of the diagram, there is a note such as shown below to indicate these abbreviated two digits.

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W3P_SC

LIST OF CAUTION, NOTES, AND SYMBOLS USED IN THE SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS ON THE FOLLOWING PAGES: 1. CAUTION:
FOR CONTINUED PROTECTION AGAINST FIRE HAZARD, REPLACE ONLY WITH THE SAME TYPE FUSE.

2. CAUTION:
Fixed Voltage (or Auto voltage selectable) power supply circuit is used in this unit. If Main Fuse (F1001) is blown, first check to see that all components in the power supply circuit are not defective before you connect the AC plug to the AC power supply. Otherwise it may cause some components in the power supply circuit to fail.

3. Note:
1. Do not use the part number shown on the drawings for ordering. The correct part number is shown in the parts list, and may be slightly different or amended since the drawings were prepared. 2. To maintain original function and reliability of repaired units, use only original replacement parts which are listed with their part numbers in the parts list section of the service manual.

4. Voltage indications for PLAY and REC modes on the schematics are as shown below:
< DVD Section >
1 2 5.0 3 5.0 (2.5) PLAY mode STOP mode

< VCR Section >


1 2 5.0 The same voltage for both PLAY, REC & DVD modes 3 5.0 (2.5) < > Indicates that the voltage is not consistent here. PLAY mode REC mode DVD mode

Unit: Volts

The same voltage for both PLAY & STOP modes Indicates that the voltage is not consistent here.

5. How to read converged lines


1-D3 Distinction Area Line Number (1 to 3 digits) 3 AREA D3 1-B1

2 Examples: 1. "1-D3" means that line number "1" goes to the line number 1 "1" of the area "D3". 2. "1-B1" means that line number "1" goes to the line number "1" of the area "B1".

AREA B1 1-D3 A B C D

6. Test Point Information


: Indicates a test point with a jumper wire across a hole in the BOARD. : Used to indicate a test point with a component lead on foil side. : Used to indicate a test point with no test pin. : Used to indicate a test point with a test pin.

1-13-2

W5P_SC

AV 1/9 Schematic Diagram < VCR Section >

NOTE: BOARD MEANS PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARD.

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E9NG1SCAV1

AV 2/9 , POWER SWITCH & SENSOR Schematic Diagram < VCR Section >
NOTE: BOARD MEANS PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARD.
FL601 MATRIX CHART
7G P1 P2 P3 P4 P5 P6 P7 P8 P9 a b f g c e d S1 6G a b f g c e d 5G a b f g c e d 4G a b f g c e d 3G a b f g c e d 2G a b f g c e d 1G

CD VCR DB HDD DVD

PM DTV BS

CS DR

7G

6G

5G

4G

3G

2G

1G

PM
S1

DTV BS CS
T

DR
C
a f e g d b c

CD VCR DB HDD DVD

1-13-4

E9NG1SCAV2

AV 3/9 Schematic Diagram < VCR Section >


NOTE: BOARD MEANS PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARD.

1-13-5

E9NG1SCAV3

AV 4/9 Schematic Diagram < VCR Section >


NOTE: BOARD MEANS PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARD.

1-13-6

E9NG1SCAV4

AV 5/9 Schematic Diagram < VCR Section >


NOTE: BOARD MEANS PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARD.

1-13-7

E9NG1SCAV5

AV 6/9 Schematic Diagram < VCR Section >


NOTE: BOARD MEANS PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARD.

1-13-8

E9NG1SCAV6

AV 7/9 Schematic Diagram < VCR Section >


NOTE: BOARD MEANS PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARD.

1-13-9

E9NG1SCAV7

AV 8/9 Schematic Diagram < VCR Section >


NOTE: BOARD MEANS PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARD.

1-13-10

E9NG1SCAV8

AV 9/9 Schematic Diagram < VCR Section >


NOTE: BOARD MEANS PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARD.

1-13-11

E9NG1SCAV9

POWER SUPPLY Schematic Diagram < VCR Section >


NOTE: BOARD MEANS PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARD.
CAUTION ! Fixed voltage (or Auto voltage selectable) power supply circuit is used in this unit. If Main Fuse (F1001) is blown , check to see that all components in the power supply circuit are not defective before you connect the AC plug to the AC power supply. Otherwise it may cause some components in the power supply circuit to fail.
CAUTION ! For continued protection against fire hazard, replace only with the same type fuse.

NOTE: The voltage for parts in hot circuit is measured using hot GND as a common terminal.

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E9NG1SCP

NOTE: BOARD MEANS PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARD.

FRONT JACK Schematic Diagram < VCR Section >

SWITCH & FUNCTION Schematic Diagram < VCR Section >

E9NG1SCFJ

E9NG1SCSW

1-13-13

REAR JACK Schematic Diagram < VCR Section >


NOTE: BOARD MEANS PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARD.

1-13-14

E9NG1SCRJ

DVD MAIN 1/7 Schematic Diagram < DVD Section >


1 NOTE: The order of pins shown in this diagram is different from that of actual IC101. IC101 is divided into six and shown as IC101 (1/6) ~ IC101 (6/6) in this DVD Main Schematic Diagram Section.

NOTE: BOARD MEANS PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARD.

1-13-15

E9NG1SCD1

DVD MAIN 2/7 Schematic Diagram < DVD Section >


1 NOTE: The order of pins shown in this diagram is different from that of actual IC101. IC101 is divided into six and shown as IC101 (1/6) ~ IC101 (6/6) in this DVD Main Schematic Diagram Section.

NOTE: BOARD MEANS PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARD.

1-13-16

E9NG1SCD2

DVD MAIN 3/7 Schematic Diagram < DVD Section >


NOTE: BOARD MEANS PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARD.
1 NOTE: The order of pins shown in this diagram is different from that of actual IC101. IC101 is divided into six and shown as IC101 (1/6) ~ IC101 (6/6) in this DVD Main Schematic Diagram Section.

1-13-17

E9NG1SCD3

DVD MAIN 4/7 Schematic Diagram < DVD Section >


NOTE: BOARD MEANS PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARD.
1 NOTE: The order of pins shown in this diagram is different from that of actual IC101. IC101 is divided into six and shown as IC101 (1/6) ~ IC101 (6/6) in this DVD Main Schematic Diagram Section.

1-13-18

E9NG1SCD4

DVD MAIN 5/7 Schematic Diagram < DVD Section >


NOTE: BOARD MEANS PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARD.
1 NOTE: The order of pins shown in this diagram is different from that of actual IC101. IC101 is divided into six and shown as IC101 (1/6) ~ IC101 (6/6) in this DVD Main Schematic Diagram Section.

1-13-19

E9NG1SCD5

DVD MAIN 6/7 Schematic Diagram < DVD Section >


NOTE: BOARD MEANS PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARD.

1-13-20

E9NG1SCD6

DVD MAIN 7/7 Schematic Diagram < DVD Section >


NOTE: BOARD MEANS PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARD.
1 NOTE: The order of pins shown in this diagram is different from that of actual IC101. IC101 is divided into six and shown as IC101 (1/6) ~ IC101 (6/6) in this DVD Main Schematic Diagram Section.

1-13-21

E9NG1SCD7

DTV MODULE UNIT Schematic Diagram


NOTE: BOARD MEANS PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARD.

1-13-22

E9NG1SCDTV

BOARD AV Top View


WF2 TP504 RF-SW
TO BOARD SENSOR (END-SENSOR)

NOTE: BOARD MEANS PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARD.

BOARD SENSOR View

VR501 SW-POINT

TP503 CTL

WF3 TP301 C-PB

BHF300F01012A

BHF300F01012B

J184 AV1-V-OUT1

TO BOARD SENSOR (START-SENSOR)

1-13-23

BE3N00F01011A

BOARD AV Bottom View

NOTE: BOARD MEANS PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARD.

WF1 PIN 56 OF IC301

WF6 PIN 30 OF IC1509 WF10 PIN 28 OF CN1503 WF7 PIN 3 OF CN1502 WF8 PIN 5 OF CN1502 WF4 PIN 7 OF CN1502 WF5 PIN 9 OF CN1502 WF9 PIN 17 OF CN1502

1-13-24

BE3N00F01011A

BOARD POWER SUPPLY Top View

NOTE: BOARD MEANS PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARD.

CAUTION ! For continued protection against fire hazard, replace only with the same type fuse.

CAUTION ! Fixed voltage (or Auto voltage selectable) power supply circuit is used in this unit. If Main Fuse (F1001) is blown , check to see that all components in the power supply circuit are not defective before you connect the AC plug to the AC power supply. Otherwise it may cause some components in the power supply circuit to fail.

Because a hot chassis ground is present in the power supply circut, an isolation transformer must be used. Also, in order to have the ability to increase the input slowly, when troubleshooting this type power supply circuit, a variable isolation transformer is required.

NOTE: The voltage for parts in hot circuit is measured using hot GND as a common terminal.

1-13-25

BE9N00F01021A

BOARD POWER SUPPLY Bottom View

NOTE: BOARD MEANS PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARD.

CAUTION ! For continued protection against fire hazard, replace only with the same type fuse.

CAUTION ! Fixed voltage (or Auto voltage selectable) power supply circuit is used in this unit. If Main Fuse (F1001) is blown , check to see that all components in the power supply circuit are not defective before you connect the AC plug to the AC power supply. Otherwise it may cause some components in the power supply circuit to fail.

Because a hot chassis ground is present in the power supply circut, an isolation transformer must be used. Also, in order to have the ability to increase the input slowly, when troubleshooting this type power supply circuit, a variable isolation transformer is required.

NOTE: The voltage for parts in hot circuit is measured using hot GND as a common terminal.

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BE9N00F01021A

BOARD REAR JACK Top View

BOARD REAR JACK Bottom View


NOTE: BOARD MEANS PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARD.

BE9N00F01021B

BOARD SWITCH Top View

BOARD SWITCH Bottom View

BE9N00F01021D

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NOTE: BOARD MEANS PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARD.

BOARD POWER SWITCH Top View

BOARD POWER SWITCH Bottom View

BOARD FUNCTION Top View

BOARD FUNCTION Bottom View

BE9N00F01021E

BE9N00F01021F

BOARD FRONT JACK Top View

BOARD FRONT JACK Bottom View

BE9N00F01021G

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WAVEFORMS
NOTE:
Input: COLOR BAR SIGNAL (WITH 1KHz AUDIO SIGNAL)
WF1

Pin 56 of IC301

WF5

Pin 9 of CN1502

WF9

Pin 17 of CN1502

V-OUT E-E

0.2V

20s

VIDEO-C

0.2V

20s

AUDIO(L)-OUT

1V

0.5ms

WF1 UPPER WF2 LOWER

Pin 56 of IC301 TP504


WF6

Pin 30 of IC1509

WF10

Pin 28 of CN1503

V-OUT RF-SW

0.5V 5V

50s

VIDEO-CVBS

0.5V

20s

SPDIF

1V

0.1s

WF3 UPPER WF2 LOWER

TP301 TP504
WF7

Pin 3 of CN1502

C-PB RF-SW

0.2V 5V

5ms

VIDEO-Cb

0.2V

20s

WF4

Pin 7 of CN1502

WF8

Pin 5 of CN1502

VIDEO-Y

0.2V

20s

VIDEO-Cr

0.2V

20s

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WD5PWF

WIRING DIAGRAM
Wiring 1/2 Diagram
REAR VIDEOY-OUT VIDEOVIDEOPb/Cb-OUT Pr/Cr-OUT
2
4 3 5 6 7

NOTE: BOARD MEANS PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARD.


DIGITAL AUDIO(R) AUDIO OUT -OUT COAXIAL CN1506

AUDIO(L) -OUT
8 9

(DECK ASSEMBLY) ACE HEAD ASSEMBLY


AUDIO ERASE HEAD AUDIO HEAD CONTROL HEAD
1 2 3 4 5 6
1 10 12 14 16 18 20 11 13 15 17 19 21

JK1504 (AV1)
CN504 AE-H FE-H A-COM AUDIO-PB/REC CTL(+) CTL(-)

BOARD AV

CN2001

BOARD REAR JACK


JK2001 (AV2)
2 4 3 5 6 7 8 9 10 12 14 16 18 20 11 13 15 17 19 21

ANT-IN

ANT-OUT

CN2700

FE HEAD
FULL ERASE HEAD

CN501 2 FE-H 1 FE-H-GND

CAPSTAN MOTOR
LOADING MOTOR

CN1505 1 2 3 4

JW001 P-ON+5V(2) POWER-SW POWER-LED GND

CN671 1 BOARD 2 POWER 3 SWITCH 4

M
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12

M
CYLINDER ASSEMBLY
PG SENSOR DRUM MOTOR

MOTOR DRIVE CIRCUIT

M
CAPSTAN MOTOR

VIDEO (R)1 HEAD VIDEO (L)1 HEAD VIDEO (L)2 HEAD VIDEO (R)2 HEAD Hi-Fi AUDIO (R) HEAD Hi-Fi AUDIO (L) HEAD

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

CN502 AL+16V/+12V P-ON+5V(DECK) C-FG CN1504 W7 C-F/R 5 VCR-LED C-CONT 6 DVD-LED GND 7 ECO+5V LM-FWD/REV 8 GND D-CONT 9 KEY-2 D-PFG 10 NU GND 11 NU AL+12V(2) 12 GND P-ON+15V 13 NU 14 GND 15 VIDEO-IN 16 GND 17 AUDIO(L)-IN 18 GND 19 AUDIO(R)-IN 20 NU CN251 VIDEO(R)-1 VIDEO-COM VIDEO(L)-1 VIDEO(L)-2 VIDEO-COM VIDEO(R)-2 Hi-Fi-AUDIO(R) Hi-Fi-COM Hi-Fi-AUDIO(L)

BOARD DTV MODULE UNIT


CN3001 16 15 14 13 BOARD 12 SWITCH 11 10 CN3002 9 1 8 2 7 3 6 4 5 5 4 6 3 7 2 8 1 CN3003 JW002 CN681 1 OPEN/CLOSE-SW 1 2 DUBBING-SW 2 BOARD 3 GND 3 FUNCTION

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20

DIF-OUT1 DIF-OUT2 DIF-AGC TU-SDA TU-SCL RF-AGC(NU) GND P-ON+3.3V GND P-ON+1.8V GND DVD-SYS-RESET STANDBY DTV-RXD DTV-TXD NU GND P-ON+5V(2) GND P-ON+10V GND NU GND NU GND DTV-Y GND DTV-C DTV-AUDIO(L) DTV-AUDIO(R) ) NU NU NU NU NU

CN1800 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 CN1800 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35

CN1801 GND DTV-SYS-RESET DTV-TXD DTV-RXD DTV-S-SCLK STANDBY(NU)

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 W10 AUDIO(R)-OUT2 AUDIO-MUTE AUDIO(L)-OUT2 GND AUDIO(R)-IN2 AUDIO(L)-IN2 SC2-IN VIDEO-OUT2 GND VIDEO-IN2 JK2-16P VIDEO-B-IN VIDEO-G-IN VIDEO-R-IN ECO+12V 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15
CN2701 JW104 NU NU GND VIDEO-IN GND AUDIO(L)-IN GND AUDIO(R)-IN CN1231 1 2 3 BOARD 4 FRONT 5 JACK 6 7 8 VIDEO -IN FRONT AUDIO (R)-IN AUDIO (L)-IN

1 2 3 4 5 6

TO DVD MAIN BOARD CN502-D (W8)

CN1503 AL-30V AL+44V AL+16.3V AL+16.3V GND GND AL+12V AL+12V GND GND 1V2CONT P-ON+10V FAN-CONT1 P-ON+5V P-ON+5V AL+5V(3) AL+5V(3) GND GND GND GND GND GND F2 F1 NU REG-CONT SPDIF POW-SW AL+2.8V AL+2.8V P-ON+3.3V DVD-POW-SAFETY1 NU

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34

TO BOARD POWER SUPPLY CL1001 (W1) CONTINUE WIRING 2/2 DIAGRAM

BOARD SENSOR

CN1502

VIDEO-Y(I)-OUT GND VIDEO-Pb/Cb-OUT GND VIDEO-Pr/Cr-OUT GND VIDEO-Y(I/P)-OUT GND VIDEO-C-OUT GND AUDIO(L)-IN GND AUDIO(R)-IN GND AUDIO(R)-OUT GND AUDIO(L)-OUT DVD-AUDIO-MUTE AUDIO+5V VIDEO-Y/CVBS-IN GND VIDEO-C-IN GND GND GND SUB-SCLK SYS-RESET SUB-TXD RDY SUB-RXD

BOARD SENSOR

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30
TO DVD MAIN BOARD CN701 (W3)

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Wiring 2/2 Diagram


DVD MECHANISM & DVD MAIN BOARD ASSEMBLY DVD MECHANISM
CN1001-R 2 3 4 5 6 7 BOARD 8 RELAY 9 10 CN1002-R 11 1 12 11 13 14 15 16 17 18 SW1 SL(-) SL(+) GND T-SCN2 NU VH(-) HW(-) HW(+) HV(-) HV(+) HU(-) HU(+) VCC U V W CN301 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 CN201 FCS(+) FCS(-) TRK(+) TRK(-) TILT(+) TILT(-) LDD-IIN4 LDD-IIN3 LDD-IIN2 LDD-IINR TH LDD-VDD LDD-VDD LDD-ENABLE LDD-OSCEN GND LDD-WEN4 GND LDD-WEN3 GND LDD-WEN2 LDD-SEL1 PD-VC PD-VSW F G H E RF(+) RF(-) A B C D PD/FSPD-VCC GND GND FSPD-VC FSPD-VSW FSPD-VOUT CN502-D GND DTV-SYS-RESET DTV-TXD DTV-RXD DTV-S-SCLK STANDBY(NU) DV JACK (W11) 1 2 3 4 5 6 CN101 GND GND GND P-ON+10.5V P-ON+10.5V P-ON+10.5V GND GND P-ON+5V P-ON+5V P-ON+5V GND GND P-ON+3.3V P-ON+3.3V P-ON+3.3V GND GND AL+2.8V AL+2.8V AL+2.8V GND GND P-ON+1.8V P-ON+1.8V GND GND SPDIF GND 1V2CONT CN701 VIDEO-Y(I)-OUT GND VIDEO-Pb/Cb-OUT GND VIDEO-Pr/Cr-OUT GND VIDEO-Y(I/P)-OUT GND VIDEO-C-OUT GND AUDIO(L)-IN GND AUDIO(R)-IN GND AUDIO(R)-OUT GND AUDIO(L)-OUT DVD-AUDIO-MUTE AUDIO+5V VIDEO-Y/CVBS-IN GND VIDEO-C-IN GND GND GND SUB-SCLK SYS-RESET SUB-TXD RDY SUB-RXD

NOTE: BOARD MEANS PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARD.


W4 CN1001 GND GND GND P-ON+10.5V P-ON+10.5V P-ON+10.5V GND GND P-ON+5V P-ON+5V P-ON+5V GND GND P-ON+3.3V P-ON+3.3V P-ON+3.3V GND GND AL+2.8V AL+2.8V AL+2.8V GND GND P-ON+1.8V P-ON+1.8V GND GND SPDIF GND 1V2CONT

TO BOARD AV CN1801 (W8)

CONTINUE WIRING 1/2 DIAGRAM

HDMICONNECTOR

SPINDLE MOTOR

SLED MOTOR

CN901

PICKUP

FOCUS ACTUATOR TRACKING ACTUATOR TILT ACTUATOR

DVD-LD

CD-LD

PDIC

FPDIC

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40

DVD MAIN BOARD

30 29 28 27 26 25 24 23 22 21 20 19 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30

30 29 28 27 26 25 24 23 22 21 20 19 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1

CL1001 AL-30V AL+44V AL+16.3V AL+16.3V GND GND AL+12V AL+12V GND GND 1V2CONT P-ON+10V FAN-CONT1 P-ON+5V P-ON+5V AL+5V(3) AL+5V(3) GND GND GND GND GND GND F2 F1 NU REG-CONT SPDIF POW-SW AL+2.8V AL+2.8V P-ON+3.3V DVD-POW-SAFETY1 NU

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34

1 2 3 4 5 6 TPA1P TPA1N GND TPB1P TPB1N GND

TO BOARD AV CN1503 (W1)

CONTINUE WIRING 1/2 DIAGRAM

DVD/CD LASER DIODE DRIVE

CN1002 FAN+12V 1 GND 2

FAN

TO BOARD AV CN1502 (W3)

BOARD POWER SUPPLY

CONTINUE WIRING 1/2 DIAGRAM


AC CORD

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IC PIN FUNCTION DESCRIPTIONS


< VCR Section >
IC501 ( SERVO / SYSTEM CONTROL )
Pin IN/ No. OUT 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 IN IN IN IN IN IN IN IN IN Signal Name SC2-IN Function Input Signal from Pin 8 of SCART2 Pin IN/ No. OUT 28 IN Signal Name A-MODE Function Hi-Fi Tape Defection Signal Audio Mute Control Signal (Mute=H) SCART Jack Audio Mute Control Signal (Mute=H)

29 OUT AUDIOMUTE SC30 OUT AUDIOMUTE 31 32 IN IN

PG-DELAY Video Head Switching Pulse Signal Adjusted Voltage DVD-POW- DVD P-ON Power Detection SAF Input Signal END-S AFC V-ENV KEY-1 KEY-2 LD-SW NU Tape End Position Detect Signal Tuner Voltage Input Signal Video Envelope Comparator Signal Key Data Input 1 Key Data Input 2 Deck Mode Position Detector Signal Not Used Fan On Control Signal Not Used

Recording Safety SW Detect REC-SAF- (With Record tab=L/ With SW out Record tab=H) P-DOWNH Power Voltage Down Detector Signal Delayed Record Signal Micro Controller Reset Signal Sub Clock Input Sub Clock Output Always +5V with AC Plug Connected Main Clock Input Main Clock Output Ground Control SCART1 8Pin Level by using 8POUT-1 Control SCART2 8Pin Level by using 8POUT-2 Clock Select Clock Input for letter size Clock Output for letter size Ground LP 4.43MHz Clock Input Ground OSD Video Signal Input Not Used OSD Video Signal Output +5V Power Supply (OSD) LPF Connected Terminal (Slicer) Not Used VPS/PDC Data (Receive=L) Ground Composite Synchronized Pulse

33 OUT D-REC-H 34 35 IN IN RESET Xcin

36 OUT Xcout 37 38 IN Vcc Xin

39 OUT Xout 40 41 42 43 44 IN IN Vss 8POUT-1 8POUT-2 CLKSEL OSCin

11 OUT FANCONT1 12 NU

13 OUT D-V- SYNC Dummy V-sync Output 14 IN REMOTE Remote Signal Input Color Phase Rotary Changeover Signal Video Head Amp Switching Pulse

15 OUT C-ROTA 16 OUT H-A-SW 17 IN

45 OUT OSCout 46 47 48 49 50 51 IN IN IN NU LP FSC-IN [4.43MHz] OSDVss OSD-V-IN NU

Head Amp Comparator H-A-COMP Signal Video Head Switching Pulse

18 OUT RF-SW

19 OUT Hi-Fi-H-SW HiFi Audio Head Switching Pulse 20 21 22 23 24 NU NU NU NU NU Not Used Not Used Not Used Not Used Not Used 1.2V Regulator Control Signal DVD Audio Mute Control Signal (Mute=H) VCR Audio Mute Control Signal (Mute=H)

52 OUT OSD-VOUT 53 54 55 56 57 58 IN OSDVcc HLF NU DAVN-L NU C-SYNC

25 OUT 1V2CONT DVD26 OUT AUDIOMUTE VCR27 OUT AUDIOMUTE

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Pin IN/ No. OUT

Signal Name

Function Power Switching Signal Power Regulator Control Signal Not Used Not Used System Reset Signal Ready/Busy Communication Control with Main Micro Controller Transmission Data to Main Micro Controller Reception Data from Main Micro Controller

Pin IN/ No. OUT 89 90 91 92 93 94 95 96 97 98 99 IN IN -

Signal Name

Function

59 OUT POW-SW 60 OUT REGCONT 61 62 NU NU

DVD-POW DVD P-ON Power Defection SAFETY2 Input Signal2 D-PFG Drum Motor Phase/ Frequency Generator

AMPVREF V-Ref for CTL AMP out AMPVREF V-Ref for CTL AMP in P80/C P80/C Terminal Playback/Record Control Signal (-) Playback/Record Control Signal (+) CTL AMP Connected Terminal To Monitor for CTL AMP Output Always +5V with AC Plug Connected Always +5V with AC Plug Connected Tape Start Position Defector Signal

63 OUT SYSRESET 64 IN RDY

IN/ OUT CTL (-) IN/ OUT CTL (+) AMPC CTL AMPVcc AVcc ST-S

65 OUT SUB-TXD 66 IN SUB-RXD

67 OUT SUB-SCLK Communication Clock with Main Micro Controller 68 OUT DRV-DATA VFD Driver IC Control Data 69 OUT DRV-STB 70 OUT DRV-CLK 71 OUT IIC-BUS SCL IN/ 72 OUT IIC-BUS SDA 73 OUT ECOMODE 74 NU VFD Driver IC Chip Select Signal VFD Driver IC Control Clock IIC BUS Serial Clock IIC BUS Serial Data Eco Mode Signal Not Used Power On Signal to High Capstan Motor Control Signal Drum Motor Control Signal Capstan Motor FWD/REV Control Signal (FWD=L/ REV=H) Supply Reel Rotation Signal Take Up Reel Rotation Signal Loading Motor Control Signal Capstan Power Switching Signal

100 IN

75 OUT P-ON-H 76 OUT C-CONT 77 OUT D-CONT 78 OUT C-F/R 79 80 IN IN S-REEL T-REEL

81 OUT LM-FWD/ REV 82 OUT C-POWSW 83 84 85 86 87 88 IN IN IN -

DVD-POW- DVD P-ON Power Defection SAFETY3 Input Signal 3 NU NU Not Used Not Used

VCR-POW- VCR P-ON Power Defection SAFETY Input Signal C-FG AMPVss Capstan Motor Rotation Detection Pulse Ground

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IC612 ( VFD DRIVER )


Pin IN/ No. OUT 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 OUT Signal Name POWERLED Function POWER-LED Control Signal DVD-LED Control Signal VCR-LED Control Signal Not Used Oscillator Input Not Used Serial Data Input Serial Clock Input Serial Interface Input Not Used Not Used Ground Power Supply Not Used Not Used Not Used Not Used Not Used Not Used

Pin IN/ No. OUT 44 -

Signal Name VSS Ground

Function

OUT DVD-LED OUT VCR-LED NU NU IN OSC IN DRV-DIN IN DRV-CLK IN DRV-STB NU NU VSS VDD NU NU NU NU NU NU

20 OUT P1 21 OUT P8 22 OUT P9 23 OUT P2 24 OUT P3 25 OUT P4 26 OUT P7 27 OUT P6 28 OUT P5 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 40 41 42 43 NU VEE NU NU NU NU NU 7G 6G 5G Grid Output 3G 2G 1G VDD Power Supply Not Used Pull Down Level Not Used Not Used Not Used Not Used Not Used Segment Output Serial Data Input

39 OUT 4G

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LEAD IDENTIFICATIONS
KRC103M-AT/P KRA103M-AT/P KRA104M-AT/P KTC3199-(BL,GR)-AT/P KTA1267-GR-AT/P KTA1273-Y-AT/P KTA1281Y-AT/P KTA-1266-GR-AT/P KTC3198-GR-AT/P KTC3203-Y-AT/P 2SC1815-Y(TE2 F T) PQ070XFC1SZF 2SK3566(Q)

1234

G D S

E C B

E C B

E C B

KTK5132S-RTK/P D

KRC103S-RTK/P 2SC3928A-T112-1R 2SC3928A-T112-1Z


C

KIA4558F-EL/P 8 5

PT204-6B-12

LA72648M-MPB-E
60 61 41 40

1 G S
B E

4
E C 80 1 20 21

UTC4580E 8 5

LC74793JM-TLM-E 24 13

RN1511(TE85R.F) C1 C2
1 2

PS2561A-1(W)
4 1: Anode 3 2: Cathode

3: Emitter 4: Collector

1 1 4 MSP3417G-QG-B8-V3 PT6315(L)
33 23 22

12 B1 E B2

HA118326APF-E LA71750EM-MPB-E M3776AMCH-AH1GP 51 80


81 50

34

44 1 11

12

100 1 30

31

Note: A: Anode K: Cathode E: Emitter C: Collector B: Base R: Reference G: Gate D: Drain S: Source

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EXPLODED VIEWS
Cabinet

1B1 A-3

C
BOARD REAR JACK ( P5 ) BOARD DTV MODULE UNIT ( P4 ) BOARD SENSOR BOARD AV G ( P1 ) AV ASSEMBLY W3 AC1001

C'

TU1800

B
W8

A F
( P2 ) DVD MECHANISM & DVD MAIN BOARD ASSEMBLY B-15

B' D

W7 G' JW104

D' A'
H W4 W1 F1001

BOARD POWER SWITCH

BOARD SWITCH ( P3 ) PW/SW ASSEMBLY H' BOARD FUNCTION BOARD POWER SUPPLY

BOARD FRONT JACK E'

A-1X

F'
FM1001

W11

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(P1) AV ASSEMBLY (P4) BOARD SENSOR (P5) BOARD DTV MODULE UNIT
( P1 ) AV ASSEMBLY BOARD REAR JACK ( P5 ) BOARD DTV MODULE UNIT ( P4 ) BOARD SENSOR TU1800

BOARD AV

BOARD POWER SWITCH

SW673 SW521 SW522 SW526 SW527 SW525 SW1501 SW1502

(P3) PW/SW ASSEMBLY

AC1001 ( P3 ) PW/SW ASSEMBLY

W1

BOARD POWER SUPPLY

F1001

W4

BOARD FRONT JACK SW681 SW682 BOARD FUNCTION SW3005 SW3004

JW104

W7

BOARD SWITCH

SW3003 SW3002

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(P2) DVD MECHANISM & DVD MAIN BOARD ASSEMBLY

( P2 ) DVD MECHANISM & DVD MAIN BOARD ASSEMBLY

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Packing
Lower Side X-6 Upper Side X-2 X-3

X1

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MECHANICAL PARTS LIST


PRODUCT SAFETY NOTE: Products marked with a ! have special characteristics important to safety. Before replacing any of these components, read carefully the product safety notice in this service manual. Don't degrade the safety of the product through improper servicing.

Location No. A-1X A-3 1B1 B-15

TSB P/N 79104043 79103704 79103354 79103705

Reference No. 1VM121839 1VM323985 N25E1FL 1VM427939

Description PANEL FRONT E9NG1BD COVER TOP(H-BLACK) E3HE0JD DECK ASSEMBLY CZD014/ VM25E0 RUBBER CUSHION(TOP BOARD ASSEMBLY E3NG0FD)

FM1001 79103715 W11 ! X-2 X-3 X-6 X1 79103720 79104044 79104045 79103090 79104050

MMEZR12XNR04 MOTOR DC FAN 2D65BK100230 WPZ0331WJ001 IEEE1394 CABLE JE-1710-9

ACCESSORIES
1VMN25253 1VMN25254 WPZ0122LG001 NB349BD OWNERS MANUAL E9NG1BD QUICK GUIDE E9NG1BD RF CORD PAL 1.2M REMOTE CONTROL UNIT NB349BD

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ELECTRICAL PARTS LIST


PRODUCT SAFETY NOTE: Products marked with a ! have special characteristics important to safety. Before replacing any of these components, read carefully the product safety notice in this service manual. Don't degrade the safety of the product through improper servicing. NOTES: 1. Parts that are not assigned part numbers (---------) are not available. 2. Tolerance of Capacitors and Resistors are noted with the following symbols. C.....0.25% G.....2% M.....20% D.....0.5% J......5% N.....30% F.....1% K.....10% Z.....+80/-20%

BOARD POWER SWITCH


! Location No. TSB P/N ---------SW673 79102423 Reference No. ---------SST0101AL041 Description BOARD POWER SWITCH TACT SWITCH SKQSAF001A

Following part is included in BOARD POWER SWITCH.

PW/SW ASSEMBLY
! Location No. TSB P/N 79104047 Reference No. (Not Available) ------------------------------------Description PW/SW ASSEMBLY Consists of the following BOARD POWER SUPPLY BOARD SWITCH BOARD FUNCTION BOARD FRONT JACK ! P3

BOARD POWER SUPPLY


! Location No. TSB P/N ---------! C1001 ! C1006 ! IC1001 ! L1003 79102416 79103607 79102400 79103738 79103742 79103612 79103289 79103586 79102397 79103739 79103721 79103743 Reference No. ---------CT2E683DC016 Description BOARD POWER SUPPLY ACROSS THE LINE CAP . 0.068F/250V

DVD MECHANISM & DVD MAIN BOARD ASSEMBLY


! Location No. TSB P/N 79104049 Reference No. N78EGEBN Description DVD MECHANISM & DVD MAIN BOARD ASSEMBLY ! P2

Following parts are included in BOARD POWER SUPPLY.

CCN2EMA0E222 SAFTY CAP 2200pF/250V . QPEWPS2561A1 PHOTOCOUPLER PS2561A1(W) LLEG0Z0Y2025 COIL LINE FILTER ST0703FT20036 53MH GLASS GLAZE RES. 1/2W J 5.6M POWER CORD PE8G2X91H0AA061

AV ASSEMBLY
! Location No. TSB P/N 79104046 ---------79103349 79104038 ------------------Reference No. (Not Available) ---------1VSA13519 1VSA18504 ------------------Description AV ASSEMBLY Consists of the following BOARD AV BOARD SENSOR BOARD DTV MODULE UNIT BOARD REAR JACK BOARD POWER SWITCH ! P1

! Q1001 ! R1001 ! AC1001 ! F1001 ! SA1001 ! T0011

QFWZ02SK3566 FET 2SK3566(Q) RXX2565MGL01 WAB0182LW016

P4 P5

PDGJAB0NG162 FUSE TIME RAG FSL250V1.6A(EM) NVQZ10D471KB SURGE ABSORBER 470V+10PER LTT2PE0KT034 WX1E3N00-001 WX1E9N00-001 TRANS POWER 8714 WIRE ASSEMBLY 34PIN FFC WX1E3N00-001 WIRE ASSEMBLY 30PIN FFC WX1E9N00-001

BOARD AV
! Location No. TSB P/N ---------SW521 SW522 SW525 SW526 SW527 SW1501 SW1502 ! TU1800 W3 W8 79102423 79102423 79102423 79102423 79102423 79102423 79102423 79104042 79103723 79103725 Reference No. ---------SST0101AL041 SST0101AL041 SST0101AL041 SST0101AL041 SST0101AL041 SST0101AL041 SST0101AL041 WX1E3N00-003 WX1E3N00-006 Description BOARD AV

W1 W4

Following parts are included in BOARD AV. TACT SWITCH SKQSAF001A TACT SWITCH SKQSAF001A TACT SWITCH SKQSAF001A TACT SWITCH SKQSAF001A TACT SWITCH SKQSAF001A TACT SWITCH SKQSAF001A TACT SWITCH SKQSAF001A WIRE ASSEMBLY 30PIN FFC WX1E3N00-003 WIRE ASSEMBLY 6PIN FFC WX1E3N00-006

BOARD SWITCH
! Location No. TSB P/N ---------SW3002 SW3003 SW3004 SW3005 JW104 W7 79102423 79102423 79102423 79102423 79103198 79103744 Reference No. ---------SST0101AL041 SST0101AL041 SST0101AL041 SST0101AL041 WX1E9700-002 WX1E9N00-002 Description BOARD SWITCH TACT SWITCH SKQSAF001A TACT SWITCH SKQSAF001A TACT SWITCH SKQSAF001A TACT SWITCH SKQSAF001A FFC CABLE 8P FFC/P1.25/120 WIRE ASSEMBLY 16PIN FFC WX1E9N00-002

Following parts are included in BOARD SWITCH.

UTUNDVTMS003 TUNER UNIT ENGF7709KF

BOARD SENSOR
! Location No. P4 TSB P/N 79103349 Reference No. 1VSA13519 Description BOARD SENSOR

BOARD FUNCTION
! Location No. TSB P/N ---------SW681 SW682 Description BOARD DTV MODULE UNIT 79102423 79102423 Reference No. ---------SST0101AL041 SST0101AL041 Description BOARD FUNCTION TACT SWITCH SKQSAF001A TACT SWITCH SKQSAF001A

Following parts are included in BOARD FUNCTION.

BOARD DTV MODULE UNIT


Location ! No. P5 TSB P/N 79104038 Reference No. 1VSA18504

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DECK MECHANISM SECTION


DVD VIDEO RECORDER / VIDEO CASSETTE RECORDER

D-VR18DTKB
Deck Mechanism Section
I Standard Maintenance I Mechanism Alignment Procedures I Disassembly / Assembly of Mechanism I Deck Exploded Views

TABLE OF CONTENTS
Standard Maintenance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-1-1 Service Fixture and Tools. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-2-1 Mechanical Alignment Procedures. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-3-1 Disassembly / Assembly Procedures of Deck Mechanism . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-4-1 Alignment Procedures of Mechanism . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-5-1 Deck Exploded Views . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-6-1

STANDARDMAINTENANCE
Service Schedule of Components
This maintenance chart shows you the standard of replacement and cleaning time for each part. Because those may replace depending on environment and purpose for use, use the chart for reference. h: Hours Deck Ref.No. B2 B3 B8 B587 B31 B573, B574 B37 B52 B73 B86 B133 B410 B414 B416 B525 Part Name Cylinder Assembly Loading Motor Assembly Pulley Assembly Tension Lever Assembly ACE Head Assembly Reel S, Reel T Capstan Motor Cap Belt FE Head F Brake Assembly (HI) Idler Assembly (HI) Pinch Arm Assembly M Brake (SP) Assembly (HI) M Brake (TU) Assembly (HI) LDG Belt I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I 1,000 h : Cleaning I: Replace

Periodic Service Schedule 2,000 h I I I I 3,000 h 4,000 h I

Notes: 1.Clean all parts for the tape transport (Upper Drum with Video Head / Pinch Roller / ACE Head / FE Head) using 90% ethyl alcohol. 2.After cleaning the parts, do all DECK ADJUSTMENTS. 3.For the reference numbers listed above, refer to Deck Exploded Views.

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Cleaning
Cleaning of Video Head
Clean the head with a head cleaning stick or chamois cloth. Procedure 1.Remove the top cabinet. 2.Put on a glove (thin type) to avoid touching the upper and lower drum with your bare hand. 3.Put a few drops of 90% ethyl alcohol on the head cleaning stick or on the chamois cloth and, by slightly pressing it against the head tip, turn the upper drum to the right and to the left. Notes: 1.The video head surface is made of very hard material, but since it is very thin, avoid cleaning it vertically. 2.Wait for the cleaned part to dry thoroughly before operating the unit. 3.Do not reuse a stained head cleaning stick or a stained chamois cloth.

Cleaning of ACE Head


Clean the head with a cotton swab. Procedure 1.Remove the top cabinet. 2.Dip the cotton swab in 90% ethyl alcohol and clean the ACE Head. Be careful not to damage the upper drum and other tape running parts. Notes: 1.Avoid cleaning the ACE Head vertically. 2.Wait for the cleaned part to dry thoroughly before operating the unit or damage may occur.

ACE Head

Do Not touch with your bare hand! Upper Cylinder Do Not !

Video Head Cleaning Stick

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SERVICE FIXTURE AND TOOLS

J-1-1, J-1-2

J-2

J-3

J-4

J-5

Ref. No. Name J-1-1 J-1-2 Alignment Tape Alignment Tape

Part No. FL6A FL6N8 (2 Head model) FL6NS8 (4 Head model)

Adjustment Head Adjustment of ACE Head Azimuth and X Value Adjustment of ACE Head / Adjustment of Envelope Waveform

J-2 J-3 J-4 J-5

Guide Roller Adj. Screwdriver Available Locally Mirror Azimuth Adj. Screwdriver + Flat Screwdriver Available Locally Available Locally Available Locally

Guide Roller Tape Transportation Check ACE Head Height X Value

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MECHANICAL ALIGNMENT PROCEDURES


Explanation of alignment for the tape to correctly run starts on the next page. Refer to the information below on this page if a tape gets stuck, for example, in the mechanism due to some electrical trouble of the unit. B. Method to place the Cassette Holder in the tapeloaded position without a cassette tape 1. Disconnect the AC Plug. 2. Remove the Top Case and Front Assembly. 3. Turn the LDG Belt in the appropriate direction shown in Fig. M1. Release the locking tabs shown in Fig. M1 and continue turning the LDG Belt until the Cassette Holder comes to the tape-loaded position. Allow a minute or two to complete this task.

Service Information
A. Method for Manual Tape Loading/Unloading To load a cassette tape manually: 1. Disconnect the AC plug. 2. Remove the Top Case and Front Assembly. 3. Insert a cassette tape. Though the tape will not be automatically loaded, make sure that the cassette tape is all the way in at the inlet of the Cassette Holder. To confirm this, lightly push the cassette tape further in and see if the tape comes back out, by a spring motion, just as much as you have pushed in. 4. Turn the LDG Belt in the appropriate direction shown in Fig. M1 for a minute or two to complete this task. To unload a cassette tape manually: 1. Disconnect the AC plug. 2. Remove the Top Case and Front Assembly. 3. Make sure that the Moving guide preparations are in the Eject Position. 4. Turn the LDG Belt in the appropriate direction shown in Fig. M1 until the Moving guide preparations come to the Eject Position. Stop turning when the preparations begin clicking or can not be moved further. However, the tape will be left wound around the cylinder. 5. Turn the LDG Belt in the appropriate direction continuously, and the cassette tape will be ejected. Allow a minute or two to complete this task.

Top View
Moving guide T preparation (Eject Position) Moving guide S preparation (Eject Position) LOAD UNLOAD /EJECT Side View

LDG Belt

Push the tape to load it. Push the locking tab gently to unlock when loading without a cassette.

Fig. M1

Bottom View

LDG Belt (B)

UNLOAD /EJECT

Cam Gear

Fig. M2

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1. Tape Interchangeability Alignment


Note: To do these alignment procedures, make sure that the Tracking Control Circuit is set to the preset position every time a tape is loaded or unloaded. (Refer to page 2-3-4, procedure 1-C, step 2.) Equipment required: Dual Trace Oscilloscope VHS Alignment Tape (FL6NS8) Guide Roller Adj. Screwdriver Flat Screwdriver (Purchase Locally) Note: Before starting this Mechanical Alignment, do all Electrical Adjustment procedures.
Flowchart of Alignment for tape traveling Loading (Use a blank tape.) No good Adjust the height of the Guide Rollers (Supply side and take-up side). (Use a blank tape.) (Page 2-3-3) 1-A Check to see that the tape is not creasing and that there is no slack on the supply and take-up side Guide Rollers. (Use a blank tape.) 1-A Adjust the X Value for maximum envelope. (Page 2-3-3) (Use Alignment Tape.) 1-B

Do the final tape-traveling test to see that the tape runs normally in play mode without creasing or slacking. 1-A OK No good Check to see that the tape is not creasing and that there is no slack on the REV Post. (Use a blank tape.) 1-E

Adjust the envelope. (Page 2-3-4) Check the envelope. OK Adjust the Audio Section. (Azimuth Alignment) (Page 2-3-5) Check the audio output. OK Check the following: 1. X Value (Page 2-3-3) 2. Envelope (Page 2-3-4) OK

1-C 1-C

1-D
No good

Completion

1-D

No good

Adjust the X value and envelope. 1-B, 1-C

1-B, 1-C

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1-A. Preliminary/Final Checking and Alignment of Tape Path


Purpose: To make sure that the tape path is well stabilized. Symptom of Misalignment: If the tape path is unstable, the tape will be damaged. Note: Do not use an Alignment Tape for this procedure. If the unit is not correctly aligned, the tape may be damaged. 1. Playback a blank cassette tape and check to see that the tape runs without creasing at Guide Rollers [2] and [3], and at points A and B on the lead surface. (Refer to Fig. M3 and M4.) 2. If creasing is apparent, align the height of the guide rollers by turning the top of Guide Rollers [2] and [3] with a Guide Roller Adj. Screwdriver. (Refer to Fig. M3 and M5.)
Guide Roller [2] Guide Roller [3]

4. If creasing or snaking is apparent, adjust the Tilt Adj. Screw of the ACE Head. (Fig. M6)

Azimuth Adj. Screw

ACE Head Flat Screwdriver

Tilt Adj. Screw

Fig. M6

1-B. X Value Alignment


Purpose: To obtain maximum PB FM envelope signal at the preset position of the Tracking Control Circuit, align the Horizontal Position of the ACE Head. Symptom of Misalignment: If the Horizontal Position of the ACE Head is not properly aligned, maximum PB FM envelope cannot be obtained at the preset position of the Tracking Control Circuit. 1. Connect the oscilloscope to TP301 (C-PB) and TP503 (CTL) on the BOARD AV. Use TP504 (RFSW) as a trigger. 2. Playback the Gray Scale of the Alignment Tape (FL6NS8) and confirm that the PB FM signal is present. 3. Set the Tracking Control Circuit to the preset position by pressing [PROGRAM ] button and then [ O ] (VCR) button on the unit. (Refer to note on bottom of page 2-3-4.) 4. Use the Flat Screwdriver so that the PB FM signal at TP301 (C-PB) is maximum. (Fig. M6)

ACE Head

B Take-up Guide Post [4]

Fig. M3

Lead Surface of Cylinder

Tape

Fig. M4

Correct
Guide Roller Tape

Incorrect

Tape

Take-up Guide Post [4]

Fig. M5
3. Check to see that the tape runs without creasing at Take-up Guide Post [4] or without snaking between Guide Roller [3] and ACE Head. (Fig. M3 and M5)

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5. To shift the CTL waveform, press [PROGRAM ] or [PROGRAM ] button. Then make sure that the maximum output position of PB FM envelope signal becomes within 2ms from preset position.

either at the beginning or end of track as shown in Fig. M10.

Dropping envelope level at the beginning of track.

Good
FM envelope signal 2ms Center Position

Fig. M8

FM envelope output signal is adjusted at maximum.

CTL signal

Dropping envelope level at the end of track.

No Good

FM envelope output signal is low.

Fig. M7
6. Set the Tracking Control Circuit to the preset position by pressing [PROGRAM ] button and then [ O ] (VCR) button on the unit.

Fig. M9

Envelope is adjusted properly. (No envelope drop)

1-C. Checking/Adjustment of Envelope Waveform


Purpose: To achieve a satisfactory picture, adjust the Guide Rollers so that the PB FM envelope becomes as flat as possible. Symptom of Misalignment: If the envelope output is poor, noise will appear in the picture. The tracking will then lose precision and the playback picture will be distorted by any slight variation of the Tracking Control Circuit. 1. Connect the oscilloscope to TP301 (C-PB) on the BOARD AV. Use TP504 (RF-SW) as a trigger. 2. Playback the Gray Scale on the Alignment Tape (FL6NS8). Set the Tracking Control Circuit to the preset position by pressing [PROGRAM ] button and then [ O ] (VCR) button on the unit. Adjust the height of Guide Rollers [2] and [3] (Fig. M3, Page 2-3-3) watching the oscilloscope display so that the envelope becomes as flat as possible. To do this adjustment, turn the top of the Guide Roller with the Guide Roller Adj. Screwdriver. 3. If the envelope is as shown in Fig. M8, adjust the height of Guide Roller [2] (Refer to Fig. M3) so that the waveform looks like the one shown in Fig. M10. 4. If the envelope is as shown in Fig. M9, adjust the height of Guide Roller [3] (Refer to Fig. M3) so that the waveform looks like the one shown in Fig. M10. 5. When Guide Rollers [2] and [3] (Refer to Fig. M3) are aligned properly, there is no envelope drop

Fig. M10
Note: Upon completion of the adjustment of Guide Rollers [2] and [3] (Refer to Fig. M3), check the X Value by pushing the [PROGRAM ] or [PROGRAM ] buttons on the unit alternately, to check the symmetry of the envelope. Check the number of pushes to ensure preset position. The number of pushes of the [PROGRAM ] button on the unit to achieve 1/2 level of envelope should match the number of pushes of the [PROGRAM ] button on the unit from center. If required, redo the X Value Alignment.

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1-D. Azimuth Alignment of Audio/Control/ Erase Head


Purpose: To correct the Azimuth alignment so that the Audio/ Control/Erase Head meets tape tracks properly. Symptom of Misalignment: If the position of the Audio/Control/Erase Head is not properly aligned, the Audio S/N Ratio or Frequency Response will be poor. 1. Connect the oscilloscope to the audio output jack on the rear side of the deck. 2. Playback the alignment tape (FL6NS8) and confirm that the audio signal output level is 8kHz. 3. Adjust Azimuth Adj. Screw so that the output level on the AC Voltmeter or the waveform on the oscilloscope is at maximum. (Fig. M6) Note: Upon completion of the adjustment of Azimuth Adj. Screw, check the X Value by pushing the [PROGRAM ] or [PROGRAM ] buttons on the unit alternately, to check the symmetry of the envelope. Check the number of pushes to ensure preset position. The number of pushes of the [PROGRAM ] button on the unit to achieve 1/2 level of envelope should match the number of pushes of the [PROGRAM ] button on the unit from center. If required, redo the X Value Alignment.

2. When the tape has been curled up or bent, turn the alignment screw to adjust the height of REV Post. (Refer to Fig. M11 and M13.)

REV Post [5]

Take-up Guide Post [4]

Fig. M11

Correct
REV Post Tape

Incorrect

Tape

Take-up Guide Post

1-E. Checking and Alignment of Tape Path during reversing


Purpose: To make sure that the tape path is well stabilized during reversing. Symptom of Misalignment: If the tape path is unstable during reversing, the tape will be damaged. Note: Do not use an Alignment Tape for this procedure. If the unit is not correctly aligned, the tape may be damaged. 1. Insert a blank cassette tape into the tray and set the unit to REV. Then confirm if the tape has been curled up or bent at the Take-up Guide Post[4] or REV Post[5]. (Refer to Fig. M11 and M12.)

Fig. M12

Alignment Screw Tape Guide Assembly

Fig. M13

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DISASSEMBLY/ASSEMBLY PROCEDURES OF DECK MECHANISM


Before following the procedures described below, be sure to remove the deck assembly from the cabinet. (Refer to CABINET DISASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS.) All the following procedures, including those for adjustment and replacement of parts, should be done in Eject mode; see the positions of [44] and [45] in Fig. DM1H on page 2-4-3. When reassembling, follow the steps in reverse order. STEP STARTING /LOC. No. No. [1] [2] [3] [4] [5] [6] [7] [8] [9] [10] [11] [12] [13] [14] [15] [16] [17] [18] [19] [1] [1] [2] [2] [4] [2] [7] [8] [9] [2] [10] [11] [12] [14] [15] [2] [16] [16] [19] [20] [20] [22] [22] [22] [25] REMOVAL REMOVE/*UNHOOK/ UNLOCK/RELEASE/ UNPLUG/DESOLDER 2(S-1) INSTALLATION ADJUSTMENT CONDITION

PART Guide Holder A Cassette Holder Assembly Slider (SP) Slider (TU) Lock Lever Cassette Plate Cylinder Assembly Loading Motor Assembly ACE Head Assembly Tape Guide Arm Assembly C Door Opener Pinch Arm (B) Pinch Arm (A) Assembly FE Head Prism Slider Shaft C Drive Lever (SP) C Drive Lever (TU) T T T T T T T T T T T T T T T T T T B B B B B B B B B B B B B B

Fig. No. DM3H DM4H DM5H DM5H DM5H DM5H DM1H, DM6H DM1H, DM7H DM1H, DM7H

(S-1A), *(L-1) *(L-2) *(L-3), *(P-1) Desolder, 3(S-2) Desolder, LDG Belt, 2(S-3) (S-4) *(P-2) (S-4A), *(L-4) *(P-3)

DM1H, DM8H-1 DM1H, DM8H-1 DM1H, DM8H-1, DM8H-2 DM1H, DM8H-1, DM8H-2 DM1H, DM9H DM1H, DM9H DM10H DM10H DM10H DM2H, DM11H DM2H, DM12H DM12H DM2H, DM12H DM2H, DM13H-1 DM2H, DM13H-1 DM2H, DM13H-1

(S-5) (S-6) *(L-5) (S-7), *(P-4) 3(S-8), Cap Belt (C-1) *(L-6) (S-9), *(L-7), *(L-8) (C-2)

Capstan Motor Clutch Assembly (HI) [20] Center Gear [21] F Brake Assembly (HI) [22] Worm Holder [23] [24] Pulley Assembly (HI) Mode Gear (LM) [25] Holder ML SHARP HI[25a] [1],[25a] SPEED [26] [27] [28] [29] [30] [31]
[20],[25]

DM2H, DM13H-1 (S-9a) DM2H, DM13H-1, (C-3) DM13H-2 DM2H, DM13H-1, (C-4) DM13H-2 DM2H, DM13H-1 (C-5) DM13H-1 DM13H-1 DM1H, DM14H

Mode Lever (HI) Cam Gear (A) (HI) TR Gear C TR Gear Spring TR Gear A/B FF Arm (HI)

[22],[23], [26] [26] [28] [29] [31]

(+)Refer to Alignment Sec.Page 2-5-1

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STEP STARTING /LOC. No. No. [32] [33] [34] [35] [36] [37] [38] [39] [40] [41] [42] [43] [44] [45] [46] [47] [48] [49] [50] (1) [26] [26] [26] [34] [16],[26] [2],[26] [37]

PART Idler Assembly (HI) BT Arm Loading Arm (SP) Assembly Loading Arm (TU) Assembly M Brake (TU) Assembly (HI) M Brake (SP) Assembly (HI) Tension Lever Assembly B B B B T T T T T T T T T T T R R T

REMOVAL REMOVE/*UNHOOK/ UNLOCK/RELEASE/ Fig. No. UNPLUG/DESOLDER DM1H, DM14H *(L-9) DM2H, DM14H *(P-5) DM2H, DM14H DM2H, DM14H DM1H, DM15H DM1H, DM15H DM1H, DM15H DM15H DM1H, DM15H DM1H, DM15H DM1H, DM15H DM1H, DM15H DM1H, DM16H DM1H, DM16H DM1H, DM16H DM17H DM17H DM1H, DM6H *(L-12) (6) *(L-11) (S-11), Slide Plate *(L-10) (C-6) (C-7) *(P-6)

INSTALLATION ADJUSTMENT CONDITION

(+)Refer to Alignment Sec.Page 2-5-1 (+)Refer to Alignment Sec.Page 2-5-1

[38] T Lever Holder M Gear (HI) [40] [15],[40] Sensor Gear (HI) [36],[40] Reel T [38] [34],[38] [35] [19] [27] [47] [49] [49] (2) Reel S Moving Guide S Preparation Moving Guide T Preparation TG Post Assembly Rack Assembly F Door Opener Cleaner Assembly CL Post (3)

(+)Refer to Alignment Sec.Page 2-5-1

T DM6H (5) (4)

(7)

(1): Follow steps in sequence. When reassembling, follow the steps in reverse order. These numbers are also used as identification (location) No. of parts in the figures. (2): Indicates the part to start disassembling with in order to disassemble the part in column (1). (3): Name of the part (4): Location of the part: T=Top B=Bottom R=Right L=Left (5): Figure Number (6): Identification of parts to be removed, unhooked, unlocked, released, unplugged, unclamped, or desoldered. P=Spring, W=Washer, C=Cut Washer, S=Screw, *=Unhook, Unlock, Release, Unplug, or Desolder e.g., 2(L-2) = two Locking Tabs (L-2). (7): Adjustment Information for Installation (+):Refer to Deck Exploded Views for lubrication.

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Top View
[44] [7] [45] [49] [9] [46] [8]

[14] [13] [11] [15] [38] [10] [12] [36]

[37]

[43]

[32]

[41] [31] [40]

[42]

Fig. DM1H

Bottom View

[19]

[35]

[34]

[23] [24]

[25]

[26]

[27]

[25a] [22]

[28]

[20]

[33]

Fig. DM2H

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A (S-1) [1] (S-1)

[3] [4] (L-1)

(L-3) [5] (S-1A) [6] (P-1) B (L-2)

Installation of [3] and [6]


First, insert [6] diagonally in [3] as shown below. Then, install [6] in [3] while pushing (L-1) in the direction of the arrow. After installing [6] in [3], confirm that pin A of [3] enters hole A of [6] properly. [3]

Fig. DM3H

Pin D Pin C [2] A 1 Slide 2 Pull up View for A

1 (L-1) [6] 2 Hole A Pin A

Installation of [4] and [6]


Install [6] in [4] while pulling (L-2) in the direction of the arrow. After installing [6] in [4], confirm that pin B of [4] enters hole B of [6] properly. [4]

Pin A

Pin B Slot A View for B Hole B Pin B [6] (L-2)

Slots B

Fig. DM5H

Slot A First, while pushing the locking tab as shown in the right, slide and pull up the right side on [2] to release Pin A and Pin B from the slots A. Then, remove Pin C and Pin D on [2] from the slots B as shown. Locking tab View for A

Fig. DM4H

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(S-4A) [7] [49]

[11] (L-4)

(P-3) [13] [50] (L-12)


Removal of [11] 1) Remove screw (S-4A). 2) Unhook spring (P-2). 3) Release (L-4) while holding [12] with a finger. 4) Loosen a finger holding [12] and remove [11].

[12] [10] (P-2)

(S-2) Pin of [12] A Pin of [10] Groove of [27]

When reassembling [10] and [12], confirm that pin of [10] and pin of [12] are in the [27] groove of [27] as shown. Desolder from bottom
Lead with Red Stripe

View for A

Fig. DM8H-1

View for A

Fig. DM6H

(S-4) [9] [8]

Desolder [8] from bottom

(S-3) LDG Belt

Lead with White Stripe

View for A

Fig. DM7H

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Installation of [13] and [12]


[14]

(S-5) (S-6) [15]

[13] Hook spring (P-3) up to [12] and [13], then install them to the specified position so that [12] will be floated slightly while holding [12] and [13]. (Refer to Fig. A.) (P-3)

[12] Fig. A

Pin of [12] Install pin of [12] in groove of [27]. (Refer to Fig. B.) [27]

Fig. DM9H

Groove of [27] Fig. B (Top view) Notch of chassis [13] turn

[17] (L-5)

Press both [12] and [13] till the groove of chassis pin appears, and adjust [13] to the notch of chassis. Then turn [13] a little in the direction of the arrow while pressing [12]. (Refer to Fig. C.)

[16] [18] (P-4)

Groove of pin of chassis Fig. C Install [11] and [10] while holding [12]. (Refer to Fig. DM8H-1.)

[12]

Fig. DM8H-2
(S-7)

Fig. DM10H

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(S-8)

[22]

turn (L-6)

(C-1) [20]

[21]

A [19] Cap Belt

Installation position of Cap Belt [20] Cap Belt

Pin on [22]

[27]

Position of pin on [22]

Fig. DM12H
[19]

View for A Fig. DM11H

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(S-9a) [25a]

Installation of [26]
Position of Mode Lever when installed Pin of [33] Pin of [36] Pin of [37]

[26] (C-3) (S-9) (L-8) Bottom View [26] [23] (L-7) [24] (C-4) (C-5) [28] [29] [30] (C-2) First groove on [27] [25] First tooth on [47] [27] [27]
When reassembling [27], meet the first groove on [27] to the first tooth on [47] as shown.

[27]

Align [26] and [27] as shown.

Top View

Fig. DM13H-2

(P-5)

[31]

[33]

Fig. DM13H-1

Refer to the Alignment Section, Page 2-5-1.

[35] [32] (L-9) [34]

Fig. DM14H

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[38]

[43] (P-6) [39] (L-10) turn turn [42]

[36]

turn

[48] [37]

[47] Slide

Fig. DM17H

(C-7)

[41]

(C-6) [40]

Fig. DM15H

[44]

[45] [46]

(L-11)

Slide Plate (S-11)

Fig. DM16H

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ALIGNMENT PROCEDURES OF MECHANISM


The following procedures describe how to align the individual gears and levers that make up the tape loading/unloading mechanism. Since information about the state of the mechanism is provided to the System Control Circuit only through the Mode Switch, it is essential that the correct relationship between individual gears and levers be maintained. All alignments are to be performed with the mechanism in Eject mode, in the sequence given. Each procedure assumes that all previous procedures have been completed. IMPORTANT: If any one of these alignments is not performed properly, even if off by only one tooth, the unit will unload or stop and it may result in damage to the mechanical or electrical parts.

Alignment 1 Loading Arm (SP) and (TU) Assembly


Install Loading Arm (SP) and (TU) Assembly so that their triangle marks point to each other as shown in Fig. AL2.

Alignment 2 Mode Gear


Keeping the two triangles pointing at each other, install the Loading Arm (SP) Assembly so that the last tooth of the gear meets the most inside teeth of the Mode Gear. See Fig. AL2.
Triangle Marks Loading Arm (SP) Assembly Last Tooth Alignment 2 Loading Arm (TU) Assembly Most inside teeth of Mode Gear

Alignment points in Eject Position


Top View

Alignment 3

Alignment 1

Mode Gear

Fig. AL2

Alignment 3 Cam Gear (A) (HI), Rack Assembly


Bottom View Alignment 1

Install the Rack Assembly so that the first tooth on the gear of the Rack Assembly meets the first groove on the Cam Gear (A) (HI) as shown in Fig. AL3.
Alignment 2

Top View

Cam Gear (A)(HI)

Alignment 3

First tooth

Fig. AL1

First groove Gear on Rack Assembly on the Cam Gear (A)(HI)

Fig. AL3

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DECK EXPLODED VIEWS


Deck Mechanism View 1
Mark Description Floil G-684G or Multemp MH-D (Blue grease) SLIDUS OIL #150

B2

B35 L1467 L1191 B9 B73 B10 B411 B567 B494 B553

L1053

B410 B74

L1051

Chassis Assembly Top View (Lubricating Point) B5 L1322 B501

L1450 B12 B11 B492 B37 L1450 B121 B126 B8 B86 L1466

B571

Some Ref. Numbers are not in sequence.

Chassis Assembly Bottom View (Lubricating Point)

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Deck Mechanism View 2


Mark Description Floil G-684G or Multemp MH-D (Blue grease) SLIDUS OIL #150 SANKOUL FG84M (Yellow grease)

B487

B587 B416

B521 B591 B590

B522 B148 L1406 B3

B508

B499

B573 B574 B585 B518 B564

B592 B558 B557 B31

B414 B572

B565 L1151 B417 B525

B568

B578 B579 B582 B580 B583 B579 B581 B559 View for A B516 A

B133

B551

B488 B491 B513 Bottom Side (Grease point)

B507

B52

Bottom Side (Grease point)

B596

L1470 Some Ref. Numbers are not in sequence.

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Mark L1321 B347 Description Floil G-684G or Multemp MH-D (Blue grease) SLIDUS OIL #150

L1321

B355 B354

B483

L1341 B425 B482 B562 B300 B313 B529

B563

B360 B359

B361

B555

B303 Some Ref. Numbers are not in sequence. B514

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