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ORDER NO.

RRV3364
CDJ-800MK2

COMPACT DISC PLAYER

CDJ-800MK2
THIS MANUAL IS APPLICABLE TO THE FOLLOWING MODEL(S) AND TYPE(S).
Model Type Power Requirement Remarks

CDJ-800MK2 KUCXJ AC 120 V

CDJ-800MK2 WYXJ5 AC 220 – 240 V

CDJ-800MK2 RLFXJ AC 110-120 V / 220-240 V

For details, refer to "Important symbols for good services" .

PIONEER CORPORATION 4-1, Meguro 1-chome, Meguro-ku, Tokyo 153-8654, Japan


PIONEER ELECTRONICS (USA) INC. P.O. Box 1760, Long Beach, CA 90801-1760, U.S.A.
PIONEER EUROPE NV Haven 1087, Keetberglaan 1, 9120 Melsele, Belgium
PIONEER ELECTRONICS ASIACENTRE PTE. LTD. 253 Alexandra Road, #04-01, Singapore 159936
PIONEER CORPORATION 2006
T-ZZR JUNE 2006 printed in Japan
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SAFETY INFORMATION

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This service manual is intended for qualified service technicians ; it is not meant for the casual do-it-
yourselfer. Qualified technicians have the necessary test equipment and tools, and have been trained
to properly and safely repair complex products such as those covered by this manual.
Improperly performed repairs can adversely affect the safety and reliability of the product and may
void the warranty. If you are not qualified to perform the repair of this product properly and safely, you
should not risk trying to do so and refer the repair to a qualified service technician.
WARNING
This product contains lead in solder and certain electrical parts contain chemicals which are known to the state of California to
causecancer, birth defects or other reproductive harm.
Health & Safety Code Section 25249.6 – Proposition 65
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NOTICE
(FOR CANADIAN MODEL ONLY)
Fuse symbols (fast operating fuse) and/or (slow operating fuse) on PCB indicate that replacement
parts must be of identical designation.

REMARQUE
(POUR MODÈLE CANADIEN SEULEMENT)
Les symboles de fusible (fusible de type rapide) et/ou (fusible de type lent) sur CCI indiquent que
les pièces de remplacement doivent avoir la même désignation.

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(FOR USA MODEL ONLY)

1. SAFETY PRECAUTIONS ANY MEASUREMENTS NOT WITHIN THE LIMITS


OUTLINED ABOVE ARE INDICATIVE OF A POTENTIAL
The following check should be performed for the
continued protection of the customer and SHOCK HAZARD AND MUST BE CORRECTED BEFORE
ser vice technician. RETURNING THE APPLIANCE TO THE CUSTOMER.

LEAKAGE CURRENT CHECK


Measure leakage current to a known earth ground (waterpipe 2. PRODUCT SAFETY NOTICE
, conduit, etc.) by connecting a leakage current tester
Many electrical and mechanical parts in the appliance
such as Simpson Model 229-2 or equivalent between the have special safety related characteristics. These are
D earth ground and all exposed metal parts of the appliance often not evident from visual inspection nor the protection
(input/output terminals, screwheads, metal overlays, control afforded by them necessarily can be obtained by using
shaft, etc.). Plug the AC line cord of the appliance directly replacement components rated for voltage, wattage, etc.
into a 120V AC 60Hz outlet and turn the AC power switch Replacement parts which have these special safety
on. Any current measured must not exceed 0.5mA. characteristics are identified in this Service Manual.
Electrical components having such features are identified
by marking with a on the schematics and on the parts list
Reading should in this Service Manual.
Leakage not be above The use of a substitute replacement component which does
Device current 0.5mA
tester not have the same safety characteristics as the PIONEER
under
E test recommended replacement one, shown in the parts list in
Test all this Service Manual, may create shock, fire, or other hazards.
exposed metal Product Safety is continuously under review and new
surfaces
instructions are issued from time to time. For the latest
information, always consult the current PIONEER Service
Manual. A subscription to, or additional copies of, PIONEER
Also test with
plug reversed Earth Service Manual may be obtained at a nominal charge
(Using AC adapter ground from PIONEER.
plug as required)

AC Leakage Test
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IMPORTANT
THIS PIONEER APPARATUS CONTAINS A
LASER DIODE CHARACTERISTICS
LASER OF CLASS 1.
MAXIMUM OUTPUT POWER: 5 mW
SERVICING OPERATION OF THE APPARATUS
WAVELENGTH: 780 – 785 nm
S H O U L D B E D O N E B Y A S P E C I A L LY
INSTRUCTED PERSON.

WARNING !
The AEL(accessible emission level) of the laser power output is less then CLASS 1
but the laser component is capable of emitting radiation exceeding the limit for
CLASS 1.
A specially instructed person should servicing operation of the apparatus.

LABEL CHECK
CDJ-800MK2 WYXJ5 and KUCXJ : Types Only

for RLFXJ
(DRW2308) C

(DRW2248)

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Additional Laser Caution
1. Laser Interlock Mechanism
The position of the switch (S1901) for detecting loading
completion is detected by the system microprocessor,
and the design prevents laser diode oscillation when
the switch is not in LPS1 terminal side (when the
mechanism is not clamped and LPS1 signal is
high level.)
Thus, the interlock will no longer function if the switch is
deliberately set to LPS1 terminal side. ( if LPS1 signal
is low level ).
In the test mode∗ the interlock mechanism will not
function. Laser diode oscillation will continue, if pin 41 E
Bottom Plate of TC94A15FG (IC101) on the MAIN Assy is
connected to GND, or else the terminals of Q101 are
shorted to each other (fault condition).

2. When the cover is opened, close viewing of the


objective lens with the naked eye will cause exposure
to a Class 1 laser beam.

∗ : Refer to page 86.


Printed on the Bottom Plate

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[Important Check Points for Good Servicing]


In this manual, procedures that must be performed during repairs are marked with the below symbol.
Please be sure to confirm and follow these procedures.
A 1. Product safety
Please conform to product regulations (such as safety and radiation regulations), and maintain a safe servicing environment by
following the safety instructions described in this manual.

1 Use specified parts for repair.

Use genuine parts. Be sure to use important parts for safety.

2 Do not perform modifications without proper instructions.

Please follow the specified safety methods when modification(addition/change of parts) is required due to interferences such as
radio/TV interference and foreign noise.

3 Make sure the soldering of repaired locations is properly performed.


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When you solder while repairing, please be sure that there are no cold solder and other debris.
Soldering should be finished with the proper quantity. (Refer to the example)

4 Make sure the screws are tightly fastened.

Please be sure that all screws are fastened, and that there are no loose screws.

5 Make sure each connectors are correctly inserted.

Please be sure that all connectors are inserted, and that there are no imperfect insertion.

6 Make sure the wiring cables are set to their original state.

Please replace the wiring and cables to the original state after repairs.
In addition, be sure that there are no pinched wires, etc.
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7 Make sure screws and soldering scraps do not remain inside the product.

Please check that neither solder debris nor screws remain inside the product.

8 There should be no semi-broken wires, scratches, melting, etc. on the coating of the power cord.

Damaged power cords may lead to fire accidents, so please be sure that there are no damages.
If you find a damaged power cord, please exchange it with a suitable one.

9 There should be no spark traces or similar marks on the power plug.

When spark traces or similar marks are found on the power supply plug, please check the connection and advise on secure
connections and suitable usage. Please exchange the power cord if necessary.

0 Safe environment should be secured during servicing.


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When you perform repairs, please pay attention to static electricity, furniture, household articles, etc. in order to prevent injuries.
Please pay attention to your surroundings and repair safely.

2. Adjustments
To keep the original performance of the products, optimum adjustments and confirmation of characteristics within specification.
Adjustments should be performed in accordance with the procedures/instructions described in this manual.

3. Lubricants, Glues, and Replacement parts


Use grease and adhesives that are equal to the specified substance.
Make sure the proper amount is applied.
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4. Cleaning
For parts that require cleaning, such as optical pickups, tape deck heads, lenses and mirrors used in projection monitors, proper
cleaning should be performed to restore their performances.

5. Shipping mode and Shipping screws


To protect products from damages or failures during transit, the shipping mode should be set or the shipping screws should be
installed before shipment. Please be sure to follow this method especially if it is specified in this manual.

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CONTENTS
SAFETY INFORMATION......................................................................................................................................2
1. SPECIFICATIONS .............................................................................................................................................6
2. EXPLODED VIEWS AND PARTS LIST.............................................................................................................8 A
2.1 PACKING ....................................................................................................................................................8
2.2 EXTERIOR SECTION ..............................................................................................................................10
2.3 CONTROL PANEL SECTION...................................................................................................................12
2.4 SLOT-IN MECHANISM SECTION ............................................................................................................14
3. BLOCK DIAGRAM AND SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM ..........................................................................................16
3.1 BLOCK DIAGRAM....................................................................................................................................16
3.2 BLOCK DIAGRAM (2) ..............................................................................................................................18
3.3 BLOCK DIAGRAM (Power).......................................................................................................................20
3.4 OVERALL WIRING DIAGRAM .................................................................................................................22
3.5 MAIN (1/3) and RLYB ASSYS ..................................................................................................................24
3.6 MAIN ASSY(2/3).......................................................................................................................................26
3.7 MAIN ASSY(3/3).......................................................................................................................................30 B
3.8 AC IN, TRNS, SECB and REGB ASSYS..................................................................................................32
3.9 DFLB, JACK and KSWB ASSYS ..............................................................................................................34
3.10 JFLB, SLDB, SLMB and JOGB ASSYS .................................................................................................36
3.11 WAVEFORMS.........................................................................................................................................38
3.12 VOLTAGES..............................................................................................................................................45
4. PCB CONNECTION DIAGRAM ......................................................................................................................49
4.1 MAIN ASSY ..............................................................................................................................................50
4.2 RLYB ASSY ..............................................................................................................................................54
4.3 SECB ASSY .............................................................................................................................................56
4.4 TRNS ASSY..............................................................................................................................................60
4.5 AC IN ASSYS ...........................................................................................................................................62
4.6 DFLB ASSY ..............................................................................................................................................64 C
4.7 REGB and JACK ASSYS..........................................................................................................................68
4.8 KSWB ASSY.............................................................................................................................................70
4.9 JFLB ASSY...............................................................................................................................................72
4.10 SLDB ASSY............................................................................................................................................76
4.11 SLMB and JOGB ASSYS .......................................................................................................................78
5. PCB PARTS LIST ............................................................................................................................................80
6. ADJUSTMENT ................................................................................................................................................85
7. GENERAL INFORMATION .............................................................................................................................86
7.1 DIAGNOSIS..............................................................................................................................................86
7.1.1 SERVICE MODE ................................................................................................................................86
7.1.2 RESET and CLOCK MAP ..................................................................................................................92
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7.1.3 TROBLE SHOOTING .........................................................................................................................94
7.1.4 POWER ON SEQUENCE ................................................................................................................105
7.1.5 DISASSEMBLY ................................................................................................................................106
7.2 PARTS ....................................................................................................................................................114
7.2.1 IC......................................................................................................................................................114
8. PANEL FACILITIES .......................................................................................................................................140

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1. SPECIFICATIONS
Specifications
A
• KUCXJ type • RLFXJ type
1. General 1. General
System..............................Compact disc digital audio system System........................... Compact disc digital audio system
Power requirements.....................................AC 120 V, 60 Hz Power requirements .... AC 110-120 V/220-240 V, 50/60 Hz
Power consumption.......................................................20 W Power consumption ..................................................... 22 W
Operating temperature.......... +5˚C to +35˚C (+41˚F to +95˚F) For Taiwan: 21 W
Operating humidity...............................................5 % to 85 % Operating temperature ..................................+5°C to +35°C
(There should be no condensation of moisture.) Operating humidity ........................................... 5 % to 85 %
Weight..............................................................4.0 kg (8.8 lb) (There should be no condensation of moisture.)
Dimensions..................... 305 (W) × 344.1 (D) × 106.5 (H)mm Weight ........................................................................4.0 kg
B 12 (W) × 13 –9/16 (D) × 4 – 1/4 (H) in Dimensions .................. 305 (W) x 344.1 (D) x 106.5 (H) mm

2. Audio section 2. Audio section


Frequency response........................................4 Hz to 20 kHz Frequency response...................................... 4 Hz to 20 kHz
Signal-to-noise ratio.......................... 115 dB or more (JEITA) Signal-to-noise ratio ....................... 115 dB or more (JEITA)
Distortion.................................................... .0.006 % (JEITA) Distortion ................................................... 0.006 % (JEITA)

3. Accessories
3. Accessories • Operating instructions ..................................................... 1
• Operating instructions........................................................1 • Power cord ...................................................................... 1
• Power cord........................................................................ 1 • Audio cable ..................................................................... 1
• Audio cable....................................................................... 1 • Control cable ................................................................... 1
• Control cable..................................................................... 1 • Forced eject pin (housed in a groove in the bottom panel)... 1
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• Forced eject pin (housed in a groove in the bottom panel)... 1
• Limited warranty................................................................ 1 NOTE:
Specifications and design are subject to possible modification
NOTE: with-out notice.
Specifications and design are subject to possible modification
with-out notice.
Voltage selector (RLFXJ type only)
• You can find the voltage selector switch on the bottom plate
• WYXJ5 type of the unit.
1. General The factory setting for the voltage selector is 220 – 240 V.
System.......................... Compact disc digital audio system Please set it to the correct voltage for your country or region.
Power requirements .................... AC 220-240 V, 50/60 Hz
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Power consumption ..................................................... 22 W • For Taiwan, please set to 110 – 120 V before using.
Operating temperature .................................. +5°C to +35°C Before changing the voltage, disconnect the AC power cord.
Operating humidity ............................................ 5 % to 85 % Use a medium size screwdriver to change the voltage
(There should be no condensation of moisture.) selector switch.
Weight ....................................................................... 4.0 kg
220-240V
Dimensions ..................305 (W) x 344.1 (D) x 106.5 (H) mm

2. Audio section
Frequency response...................................... 4 Hz to 20 kHz
Signal-to-noise ratio ....................... 115 dB or more (JEITA) 110-120V
Distortion ................................................... 0.006 % (JEITA)
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3. Accessories
• Operating instructions ..................................................... 1
• Power cord ...................................................................... 1
• Audio cable ..................................................................... 1
• Control cable ................................................................... 1
• Forced eject pin (housed in a groove in the bottom panel)... 1

NOTE:
Specifications and design are subject to possible modification
with-out notice.
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Accessories
Power Cord
Audio Cable (ADG7021 : KUCXJ) Forced Fject Pin
(VDE1064) L=1.5m (ADG7097 : RLFXJ) (housed in a groove in
the bottom panel)
(DEX1008)
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Control Cord (ADG1154 : WYXJ,RLFXJ)


(XDE3063) L=1 m

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2. EXPLODED VIEWS AND PARTS LIST


NOTES: Parts marked by "NSP" are generally unavailable because they are not in our Master Spare Parts List.
The mark found on some component parts indicates the importance of the safety factor of the part.
A Therefore, when replacing, be sure to use parts of identical designation.
Screws adjacent to mark on product are used for disassembly.
For the applying amount of lubricants or glue, follow the instructions in this manual.
(In the case of no amount instructions, apply as you think it appropriate.)
2.1 PACKING

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7

2 8
C
5
KUCXJ & RLFXJ 9
types only 1

D WYXJ & RLFXJ


type only 10

13

KUCXJ type
only

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11

12

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PACKING parts List
Mark No. Description Part No. Mark No. Description Part No.

> 1 AC Power Cord See Contrast table(2) 9 Sheet RHX1006


2 Control Cord XDE3063 10 Push Rod DEX1008 A
3 Audio Cord VDE1064
4 Operating Instructions See Contrast table(2) 11 Pad A DHA1555
NSP 5 Polyethylene Bag AHG7117 12 Packing Case See Contrast table(2)
NSP 13 Warranty Card See Contrast table(2)
6 Pad B DHA1556 NSP 14 Label See Contrast table(2)
7 Pad C DHA1557
8 Pad D DHA1558

(2) CONTRAST TABLE


CDJ-800MK2/KUCXJ, /WYXJ5 and RLFXJ types are constructed the same except for the following:
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CDJ-800MK2/ CDJ-800MK2/ CDJ-800MK2/
Mark No. Symbol and Description
KUCXJ WYXJ5 RLFXJ
> 1 AC Power Cord ADG7021 ADG1154 ADG1154
> 1 AC Power Cord Not used Not used ADG7097
4 Operating Instructions (English)(KUCXJ) DRB1401 Not used Not used
4 Operating Instructions (WYXJ5)(English, Not used DRB1400 Not used
French, German, Italian, Dutch, Spanish)

4 Operating Instructions (RLFXJ) Not used Not used DRB1402


(English, Spanish, Chinese)
12 Packing Case DHG2595 DHG2594 DHG2596 C
NSP 13 Warranty Card ARY7043 Not used Not used
NSP 14 Label DRW2311 VRW1629 VRW1629

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2.2 EXTERIOR SECTION


Refer to
"2.3 CONTROL PANEL SECTION".
A 42

38

43 17

43

B 44

35
A 19 3 D
33 32
14 44
6 18 I
31
M H 41
31x4 C 44
B 24
13
37
D 44
33x4 33
C
C 34 28 21
4
31
F E 9-(b) 41 44 10

B
B D
5 F 41 I
31
33 45
44
12
G
7
2 E
E
15 36
44
Refer to
"2.4 SLOT-IN MECHANISM SECTION". 29

D
44
30
44
44
A
30
44 39
11 46 16
46x4 44
25
J
I
A 44
44 8
1 C
H
E 11
G
F 44 J
12
44
22 23

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CONTACT SIDE

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44 27
SIDE

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44 44

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EXTERIOR SECTION parts List
Mark No. Description Part No. Mark No. Description Part No.

1 MAIN Assy DWG1622 25 Earth Plate DNH2532


> 2 AC IN Assy See Contrast table(2) A
> 3 TRNS Assy See Contrast table(2) 26 Bottom Plate See Contrast table(2)
4 SECB Assy DWR1309 27 Bottom Earth Plate DNH2694
5 REGB Assy DWR1310 28 Trans Plate DNH2733
NSP 29 Chassis See Contrast table(2)
6 SLMB Assy DWS1388 30 Insulator Assembly DXA2069
7 RLYB Assy DWX2602
8 JACK Assy DWG1626 31 Damper CNV6011
9 • • • • 32 Earth Spring DBH1398
> 10 Fuse See Contrast table(2) 33 Float Spring (G5) DBH1494
34 Front Sheet DED1132
11 FFC (9p) DDD1311 35 Mecha Plate DNH2642 B
12 FFC (32p) DDD1312
13 FFC (25p) DDD1313 36 PCB Holder DNK4524
14 FFC (17p) DDD1314 37 Float Base 04 Assy DXB1838
15 FFC (24p) DDD1315 38 Laser Caution See Contrast table(2)
NSP 39 Serial Label (UPC) See Contrast table(2)
NSP 16 Earth Lead DE010VF0 40 Screw BBT30P060FCC
> 17 Power Transfomer See Contrast table(2)
18 Connector Assy PF03PP-B05 41 Screw BBZ30P060FTC
19 Connector Assy PF03PP-C12 42 Screw BBZ30P100FTC
20 • • • • 43 Screw BBZ40P060FTC
44 Screw BPZ30P080FTB C
21 Power Knob DAC2073 45 DM Screw (FTC) DBA1260
NSP 22 Silicon Lubber D5 L DEB1456
23 Bottom Cushion S4 DEC2506 46 Screw IPZ30P100FTC
24 Heat Sink DNG1102

(2) CONTRAST TABLE


CDJ-800MK2/KUCXJ, /WYXJ5 and RLFXJ types are constructed the same except for the following:
CDJ-800MK2/ CDJ-800MK2/ CDJ-800MK2/
Mark No. Symbol and Description
KUCXJ WYXJ5 RLFXJ
> 2 AC IN ASSY DWR1430 DWR1429 DWR1432 D
> 3 TRANS ASSY DWR1371 DWR1371 DWR1428
> 10 Fuse (T1.6A) AEK7075 Not used Not used
> 10 Fuse (800MA) Not used REK1021 REK1021
> 17 Power Transfomer DTT1204 DTT1203 DTT1203

26 Bottom Plate DNK2689 DNK2689 DNK2691


29 Chassis DNK4518 DNK4517 DNK4519
38 Laser Caution DRW2308 DRW2308 DRW2248
NSP 39 Serial Label DRW2311 VRW1629 VRW1629
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2.3 CONTROL PANEL SECTION


8

A
* 1 Grease: GYA1001( ZLB-PN397B)
47
21

51
9

52

31
B 26
53
41

46 56x3 56

17
28x9
A

C 40 10
C 43 18
B
10 17x3
35 39 44
17 13 10x3
13x12
42
45 38-(a) 27
34 13
38-(b) 13
33 13
38-(c) 36 39
32 58
*1
E
60 48-2
37
D 58
58 29
50 A
1
2 6 G
30x8
H 58 58
58 D
20
60 58 58
58
58
58
4 J C

12 58 58
56 58
E 58 15
B 54x2
23
25
16
58 14
24
61
5
49
48-1
D
L
6 3 11
57 22 K
NON-CONTACT

CONTACT SIDE

58
*1 19
59
55
SIDE

7 E
F 58
58

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CONTROL PANEL SECTION parts List
Mark No. Description Part No. Mark No. Description Part No.

1 DFLB Assy DWG1623 50 FFC Guard DEC2586


2 KSWB Assy DWS1386 A
3 JFLB Assy DWG1624 51 Reloop Guard DNK4057
4 SLDB Assy DWS1387 52 Q R Guard DNK4058
5 JOGB Assy DWG1625 53 Control Panel DNK4525
54 Screw BPZ20P060FTC
6 FFC DDD1220 55 Screw BPZ20P100FTC
7 Connector Assy PF04PP-B07
8 Jog Panel (PMMA) DAH2182 56 Screw (FE) DBA1265
9 Jog Plate DAH2438 57 Screw IPZ30P100FTC
10 SW spring 25 DBH1514 58 Screw BPZ30P080FTB
59 Ecsane Tape (10x50 ) DEC2988
11 Gear spring 200 DBH1525 60 Cord Clamper RNH-184-0 B
12 ARM Sprimg DBH1566
13 SW Cushion HH48/2 DEC2538 61 Washer WA42D080D050
14 Encorder Plate DEC2889
15 Protector Sheet DEC2945

16 FL Sheet DEC2946
17 Ring Cushion L24/2.0 DEC2958
18 SW Ring DNK4070
19 Adjust Plate DNK4178
20 Jog Holder DNK4545
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21 Jog B DNK4557
22 Gear ARM DNK4559
23 Gear DNK4560
24 Smoother DNK4561
25 Load Gear A DNK4562

26 Jog A DNK4586
27 Sheet SW DSX1065
28 Roller A Assy DXB1825
29 Jog Stay Assy DXB1876
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30 Roller B Assy DXB1877

31 Rotary Knob C DAA1194


32 TEMPO Knob DAC2061
33 VINYL Knob DAC2063
34 LOOP Knob DAC2066
35 Auto Beat Loop Knob DAC2069

36 Quick Return Knob DAC2070


37 PLAY Knob DAC2286
38 Set Knob (Eject) DAC2287 E
39 CALL Knob DAC2289
40 RELOOP Knob DAC2291

41 Slide Knob DAC2292


42 TEXT/A.CUE Knob DAC2294
43 Folder Search Knob DAC2298
44 DEL/MEMO Knob DAC2299
45 Reverse Knob DAC2364

46 Slide Sheet (gray) DAH2374


47 Display Panel DAH2418 F
48 Earth Plate (CU) DBK1224
49 Vessel Sheet DEC2495

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2.4 SLOT-IN MECHANISM SECTION

Grease 1
A GYA1001
(ZLB-PN397B)
11

20

21
Dyefree 18
23 GEM1036
10 (ZLX-ME413A) 9
17
B 7 Grease
GYA1001
(ZLB-PN397B)
22

13 24

14
19
C
Dyefree
8 Dyefree GEM1036 (ZLX-ME413A)
GEM1036 15
(ZLX-ME413A)
25 Cleaning liquid : GEM1004
Cleaning paper : GED-008 3
To
16 RLYB CN12 4
(Pickup)
5
To
RLYB CN16
(Loading Motor)
12

D To 25 Grease 6
25 RLYB CN14 GYA1001
(Stepping Motor) (ZLB-PN397B)

27
25 2
31
Note:
The TM. Assy 03-S is supplied only in
assembly form, not as a single part.

30
NON-CONTACT

29
CONTACT SIDE

To MAIN CN102
(Spindle Motor)
SIDE

F 28 26
30

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SLOT-IN MECHANISM SECTION parts List
Mark No. Description Part No.
NSP 1 Slot-in Mecha SV Assy DXA2005
2 TM. Assy 03-S VXX3125 A
3 Loading Motor Assy-S DXX2510
NSP 4 Worm Gear DNK3910
NSP 5 DC Motor S (ROHS) DXM1230

6 Connector Assy PF02PY-B22


7 Clamp Spring DBH1374
8 Guide Spring DBH1375
9 SW Lever Spacer SV DEC2831
10 Loading Lever DNK3406

11 Main Cam DNK3407 B


12 Disc Guide DNK3478
13 Clamp Arm DNK3576
14 Eject Lever DNK3684
15 Lever AP DNK3835

16 Lever BP DNK3836
17 Loading Gear DNK3911
18 Drive Gear DNK3912
19 Loading Base SV DNK4369
20 SW Lever SV1 DNK4370
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21 SW Lever SV2 DNK4371
22 Gear Holder SV DNK4372
23 Clamper 04 Assy DXB1859
24 Screw BPZ20P060FTC
25 Floating Rubber (SI) VEB1351

26 Float Base 04 Assy DXB1838


27 Spacer POR (T3) DEB1566
28 Vessel Cushion A DEC2852
29 Vessel Cushion B DEC2853
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30 Vessel Cushion C DEC2854

31 Front Sheet DED1132

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3. BLOCK DIAGRAM AND SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM


3.1 BLOCK DIAGRAM
A
TM. ASSY 03-S (VXX3125)
SPINDLE
MOTOR 04

STEPPING M63018FP
MOTOR 04

PICKUP ASSY

Loading MOTOR
ASSY-S
(DXX2510)

M
SLMB ASSY COMPARATOR

SLOT-IN B RLYB ASSY


MECHANISM SV
ASSY A MAIN ASSY

NJM2885DL1
D
J91
BA008C0WCP
CN301 CN301

BA008C0WCP

CN53
CN52
F REGB ASSY V+10B

V+7A CN53
V+6B

V+3D

E
For KUCXJ, WYXJ5
CN51 C SECB ASSY
11 9

CN22 CN56
E ACIN ASSY J2

D TRNS ASSY
For RLFXJ S2

BROWN CN50
S1 J3
VIOLET
F
BLUE

E ACIN ASSY

16 CDJ-800MK2
1 2 3 4
5 6 7 8

A
÷ When ordering service parts, be sure to refer to "EXPLODED VIEWS and PARTS LIST" or
"PCB PARTS LIST".
A MAIN ASSY ÷ The > mark found on some component parts indicates the importance of the safety factor
of the part. Therefore, when replacing, be sure to use parts of identical designation.
÷ : The power supply is shown with the marked box.

IC300 IC303
K U
8 Mbit 64 Mbit

IC701
DSPC56371AF180-K I JACK ASSY

IC301
SCF5249VM140-K JA801
DKB1053
MPU IC801
OP AMP

AUDIO OUT

C
CN701 CN801
1 9 JA802
PKB1033
IC702
PE8001A
IC304 4 6
BU4230G DIGITAL OUT
9 1

CN802

CN602 CN1601
CN601
L
G DFLB ASSY CN500
JOGB ASSY

CN501 E
CN600 K JFLB ASSY

CN1503
SLDB ASSY

CN503

CN502
J

CN1502
F
H
KSWB ASSY

CDJ-800MK2 17
5 6 7 8
1 2 3 4

3.2 BLOCK DIAGRAM (2)

• Blick diagra Map


A
CD DRIVE BLOCK
AUDIO BLOCK

A MAIN ASSY DWG1622

M KP 2PIN
Loading IC

DWX2602 IC101 IC701


TRAVERS SERVO DSP AUDIO
MECHA DSP
KP 4PIN

IC102 DRIVER
B SLED M

Spindle M
FFC 17PIN

Pickup ASSY B
IC302 IC301
FPGA MPU R
RLYB ASSY

(50000GATE) (140MHz)
FFC 32PIN

SDRAM
DRIVE ASSY (64 Mbit)
1
C FLASH
SLMB ASSY (8 Mbit)
KP 3PIN

DWS1388
SW
M
FFC 25PIN
REGB ASSY SEC
DWR1310 DWR
F C
6PIN

+3.3V IC91
D
+7V
IC92

TRNS ASSY
V+6 D
Transformer

UnReg
V+10
UnReg
Vload POWER
SUPPLY
+32V
E
FLAC_D
FLAC_J

3PIN
DATA Cntrol
E
CDJ-800MK2 has two MPU, MPU (MAIN), DISPLAY-MPU (DFLB).
One controls CORE BLOCK, Another is Top panel about DISPLAY, LED, VOLUME, S
ACIN ASSY RESET IC and X'TAL have on the MAIN ASSY too.
It has two MEMORY. One 64MB sized SDRAM, Another is 8MB sized FLASH MEMOR
F About POWER BLOCK, Please refer to POWER DELIVERY MAP.
POWER BLOCK

18 CDJ-800MK2
1 2 3 4
5 6 7 8

A
IO BLOCK
AUDIO OUT LINE
JACK ASSY DWG1626 DIGITAL OUT LINE
I AUDIO MUTE LINE
IC801 OPAMP CONTROL LINE
IC702
AUDIO OUT DRIVE CONTROL
DAC
(L/R)

9PIN
IC701
AUDIO
DSP
ZERO FFC
MUTE MUTE
DETECT
B
Digital OUT
CORE BLOCK

IC301
MPU RESET IC
(140MHz)
PANEl BLOCK
16.934MHz
KSWB ASSY DWS1386 C
H LED
SW

B to B 8PIN
SECB ASSY G DFLB ASSY SLDB ASSY
DWR1309 DWG1623 DWS1387-A/J
DWS1387
C SW LED
Vol
J
D
VYNIL

IC501
DISPLAY
MPU
B to B 11PIN

RESET IC (MASK)
FFC 17PIN

16.00MHz
SW SLIDER
E
V501
DATA FL

JOGB ASSY
R to R 13PIN DWG1625
DATA Cntrol
KP 4PIN

JOG L
(DFLB). FL
ISPLAY, LED, VOLUME, SW, JOG, etc.

8MB sized FLASH MEMORY.


K JFLB ASSY DWG1624 Rotation Detect
Y MAP. F

CDJ-800MK2 19
5 6 7 8
1 2 3 4

3.3 BLOCK DIAGRAM (Power)

• Power Delivery Map


A

Motor Drive MAIN ASSY


GNDM A DWG1622 5A
IC704 <0.3A DAC
Loading M GNDM
RLYB ASSY DWX2602
TRAVERS
MECHA MUTE
GNDD GN
B Spindle M
+1.2D GN
IC307 <0.6A FPGA (SPARTAN3)
Stby
SLED M 1.25D
IC703 <0.6A DSP

Pickup ASSY 1.8D


IC305 <0.5A CPU (AMADEUS)

2.5D
GNDS IC306 <0.5A FPGA (SPARTAN3)
B V+3D CUP 21 FPGA 60 DSP 5
SDRAM 22 FLASH 5
C
SLMB ASSY 3.3S
DWS1388 GNDD ServoDSP 83

M IC100 <x.x0.6A LD 80
GNDS

V+7M V+8A V+5P V+6B


GNDD

GNDS
GNDM

REGB ASSY C SECB


DWR1310 DWR130
F +3.3D -7
IC91 <
<1.0A C52
D
IC92
+7A
<1.0A ICP IC57 <1.0A
<10 A
IC56 ICP <200mA IC60
+5P
TRNS ASSY D
V+6 IC23,24 <1A IC50
+8A
UnReg <3.5A
<800mA IC53
Transformer

IC21,22
V+10 <0.8A IC61 C
UnReg <5.0A <1.5A IC54 GN
Vload IC25
+32V <630mA <200mA Q53 <200mA
E
IC58 IC59

FLAC_D
FLAC_J

3.3V
3.3V Regurator supporting Current Shutdown DATA Cntrol
E
15W POINT
IC Protect ICP Before REG-IC
Pori SW GND
F
ACIN ASSY FUSE Screw (Chasis GND)
A MAX SPEC

20 CDJ-800MK2
1 2 3 4
5 6 7 8

JACK ASSY DWG1626-A/J

<0.3A DAC I
L
OP
R
AMP
MUTE
GNDD Jack
GNDA
B
D
GNDD
6A FPGA (SPARTAN3)
Stby

6A DSP

5A CPU (AMADEUS)

5A FPGA (SPARTAN3)
CUP 21 FPGA 60 DSP 5
SDRAM 22 FLASH 5 KSWB ASSY DWS1386 H C

ServoDSP 83 LED
A LD 80 SW
GNDS
GNDAD

V+5P V+7
GNDS

C SECB ASSY G DFLB ASSY SLDB ASSY


DWR1309 DWG1623 DWS1387
SW LED
-7 GNDD J
<1.0A IC51
LED
GNDD D
GNDF
VYNIL
EarthPlate Vol
ChasisGND GNDF

DISPLAY GNDAD
MPU
C506 SW

GNDD
SLIDER
DATA FL

GNDD JOGB ASSY


GNDD

V+5P DWG1625
n DATA Cntrol
JOG
L
15W POINT
Before REG-IC FL
GND <200mA IC603
Screw (Chasis GND) Q604 K JFLB ASSY DWG1624 Rotation Detect F

CDJ-800MK2 21
5 6 7 8
1 2 3 4

3.4 OVERALL WIRING DIAGRAM

B
(VXX3125)
CD PLAYER UNIT

(Loading Motor Assy-S)


DXX2510

SLOT-IN
D
B RLYB ASSY
M SLMB ASSY

D TRNS ASSY
E ACIN ASSY
DWR1429(WYXJ5)
DWR1430(KUCXJ) (RLFXJ)

(KUCXJ, WYXJ5)

E C SECB ASSY

E ACIN ASSY
DWR1432(RLFXJ)
F REGB ASSY

22 CDJ-800MK2
1 2 3 4
5 6 7 8

A MAIN ASSY A

( A 1/3 – A 3/3)

I JACK ASSY

K JFLB ASSY

L JOGB ASSY
D

SLDB ASSY

G DFLB ASSY
J

H KSWB ASSY

CDJ-800MK2 23
5 6 7 8
1 2 3 4

3.5 MAIN (1/3) and RLYB ASSYS

A A 1/3 MAIN ASSY (DWG1622)


20

17
B 28

(TS) 12
(F)
14
(TS)

(TS)
9
11

(TS)
(F)
8
C

(RF)
(RF)
(RF)
(RF)
(RF)
(RF)
(RF)
(TD)
(TD)

(RF)
(RF)
(F)
(F)
(F)
(F)

(RF)
1
2 13

5
(S) 16
(S)
15

(S)
10
(S)
E 37
to SPINDLE MOTOR

(S)
(S)
38
(F)
(S) (F)
(S)
(F)

(TS)
(TS)
(TS)

(TS)
(F)

A 1/3
24 CDJ-800MK2
1 2 3 4
5 6 7 8

(RF)
: RF DATA SIGNAL ROUTE
(TD) A
: TRACKING DATA SIGNAL ROUTE
(F)
: FOCUS SERVO LOOP LINE
(TS)
: TRACKING SERVO LOOP LINE
(S)
: STEPPING SERVO LOOP LINE

to PICK UP ASSY (CN1)


(RF) (F)

(RF) (F)

(RF) (F)

(RF) (F)

(TD)

(TD)

4
C

(TS)

(TS)

(F)

(F)

M CN1901
6

to LOADING MOTOR
(S) D

(S)

(S)

to STEPPER MOTOR
(S)

RLYB ASSY
B (DWX2602)
E

: The Power supply is shown with the marked box. F

A 1/3 B
CDJ-800MK2 25
5 6 7 8
1 2 3 4

3.6 MAIN ASSY(2/3)

A 2/3 MAIN ASSY (DWG1622) (1/2)


A

Large size C CN53


SCH diagram

1/2
B

(Data)
22

(Data)
(Data)

2/2
(Data)

1/2
(Data)

(Data)

D
(Data)

(Data)
: PANEL DATA (Digital)

E
A 2/3

18

71
F

26 CDJ-800MK2
1 2 3 4
5 6 7 8

A 3/3

26
27

24

19

36

E
MODE
MODE

CDJ-800MK2 27
5 6 7 8
1 2 3 4

A
A 2/3 MAIN ASSY (DWG1622) (2/2)

: The Power supply is shown with the marked box.


B

25

Large size
SCH diagram
30
(Data) (Data)
1/2

D
(Data) (Data)

2/2
E

to ICE BOARD
2/2

A 2/3
28 CDJ-800MK2
1 2 3 4
5 6 7 8

A 3/3
C

A 3/3

23

(Data)
: PANEL DATA (Digital)

A 2/3
CDJ-800MK2 29
5 6 7 8
1 2 3 4

3.7 MAIN ASSY(3/3)

A
A 3/3 MAIN ASSY (DWG1622)

(Data)
B

C
A 2/3 31

32

34
A 2/3
D

21

A 2/3
29

A 3/3
30 CDJ-800MK2
1 2 3 4
5 6 7 8

70

46

44
39

45 (Ana) B

A 2/3
(Ana)
33

C
(Data)

41

42

43

35

: The Power supply is shown with the marked box.

(Data)
: AUDIO DATA (Digital)
(Ana) F
: AUDIO Lch OUT (Analog)

: DATA AUDIO OUT (Digital)


A 3/3
CDJ-800MK2 31
5 6 7 8
1 2 3 4

3.8 AC IN, TRNS, SECB and REGB ASSYS

DWR1439 (KUCXJ)
E ACIN ASSY DWR1429 (WYXJ5)
A
DWR1371 (KUCXJ, WYXJ5)
D TRNS ASSY DWR1428 (RLFXJ)

E ACIN ASSY DWR1432 (RLFXJ)

E
KUCXJ WYXJ5 RLFXJ

DWR1371 DWR1371

E D
32 CDJ-800MK2
1 2 3 4
5 6 7 8

C SECB ASSY (DWR1309) A

F REGB ASSY

C
(Data)
CN802

CN501
(Data)

G
I

D
A 2/3 CN301

(Data)

(Data)
E

59

58

(Data)
: AUDIO DATA (Digital)
F

: The Power supply is shown with the marked box.


C F
CDJ-800MK2 33
5 6 7 8
1 2 3 4

3.9 DFLB, JACK and KSWB ASSYS

G DFLB ASSY (DWG1623)

50

13

B 53
51
(Data)
52 56 54
CN56

57 55
48
C

74

(Data)
(Data)

72
D

49

G
34 CDJ-800MK2
1 2 3 4
5 6 7 8

KSWB ASSY
H (DWS1386) A

B
CN600
K

I JACK ASSY (DWG1626)

47
40
(Ana)
(Ana)
A 3/3 CN701

D
CN50

E
C CN1503

: The Power supply is shown with the marked box.


J

(Data)
: PANEL DATA (Digital)
(Ana) F
: AUDIO Lch OUT (Analog)
: DIGITAL AUDIO OUT (Digital)

H I
CDJ-800MK2 35
5 6 7 8
1 2 3 4

3.10 JFLB, SLDB, SLMB and JOGB ASSYS

60 66
61

to Sheet SW
62

(DSX1065)
CN500

63
64
G

65

E
CN1601
L

K JFLB ASSY (DWG1624)

K
36 CDJ-800MK2
1 2 3 4
5 6 7 8

A
: The Power supply is shown with the marked box.

68
B
CN503

67

69
G

J SLDB ASSY (DWS1387)

M SLMB ASSY (DWS1388) E


CN601

CN1105
K

L JOGB ASSY (DWG1625)

J L M
CDJ-800MK2 37
5 6 7 8
1 2 3 4

3.11 WAVEFORMS
Note: The numbers for the waveform photos (circled) are identical to those for the schematic diagrams, PCB diagrams,
and troubleshooting flowcharts.
A
A MAIN ASSY
CD player CD player CD player
RF eye pattern waveform (RFO) Load in (2/2) Focus in (1/2)
CH1 : RFO CH1 : LPS1 CH1 : FE
1 V: 500 mV/div. H: 200 nsec/div. 3 V: 5.0 V/div. H: 100 msec/div. 8 V: 0.5 V/div. H: 2 msec/div.
CH2 : LPS2
4 V: 5.0 V/div. H: 100 msec/div.
CH3 : LO+
6 V: 5.0 V/div. H: 100 msec/div.
CH4 : LO–
7 V: 5.0 V/div. H: 100 msec/div.

B CH1

CH2

CH3

CH4

CD player CD player CD player


RF eye pattern waveform (AGCRF) Load out (1/2) Focus in (2/2)
CH1 : AGCRF CH1 : LPS1 CH1 : FE
C 2 V: 500 mV/div. H: 200 nsec/div. 3 V: 2.0 V/div. H: 500 msec/div. 8 V: 0.5 V/div. H: 100 msec/div.
CH2 : LPS2 CH2 : FOO
4 V: 2.0 V/div. H: 500 msec/div. 9 V: 0.5 V/div. H: 100 msec/div.
CH3 : PWMLO
5 V: 2.0 V/div. H: 500 msec/div.

CH1

CH1

D CH2
CH2

CH3

CD player CD player CD player


Load in (1/2) Load out (2/2) Start up
CH1 : LPS1 CH1 : LPS1 CH1 : INSIDE
3 V: 2.0 V/div. H: 100 msec/div. 3 V: 5.0 V/div. H: 500 msec/div. 10 V: 5.0 V/div. H: 200 msec/div.
CH2 : LPS2 CH2 : LPS2 CH2 : FE
4 V: 2.0 V/div. H: 100 msec/div. 4 V: 5.0 V/div. H: 500 msec/div. 8 V: 1.0 V/div. H: 200 msec/div.
CH3 : PWMLO CH3 : LO+ CH3 : TE
5 V: 2.0 V/div. H: 100 msec/div. 6 V: 5.0 V/div. H: 500 msec/div. 11 V: 1.0 V/div. H: 200 msec/div.
E CH4 : LO– CH4 : DMO
7 V: 5.0 V/div. H: 500 msec/div. 12 V: 2.0 V/div. H: 200 msec/div.

CH1 CH1
CH1

CH2
CH2

CH2 CH3 CH3

CH3 CH4
CH4
F

38 CDJ-800MK2
1 2 3 4
5 6 7 8

A MAIN ASSY
A
CD player CD player CD player
Stop Pause Track search (1/2)
CH1 : FE CH1 : TE CH1 : TE
8 V: 1.0 V/div. H: 200 msec/div. 11 V: 1.0 V/div. H: 1 msec/div. 11 V: 1.0 V/div. H: 50 msec/div.
CH2 : TE CH2 : TRO CH2 : TRO
11 V: 1.0 V/div. H: 200 msec/div. 14 V: 1.0 V/div. H: 1 msec/div. 14 V: 1.0 V/div. H: 50 msec/div.
CH3 : DMO CH3 : RFO CH3 : RFO
12 V: 2.0 V/div. H: 200 msec/div. 1 V: 1.0 V/div. H: 1 msec/div. 1 V: 1.0 V/div. H: 50 msec/div.
CH4 : LDO CH4 : SBOK CH4 : SBOK
13 V: 2.0 V/div. H: 200 msec/div. 17 V: 5.0 V/div. H: 1 msec/div. 17 V: 5.0 V/div. H: 50 msec/div.

CH1 CH1 CH1


B

CH2 CH2 CH2

CH3
CH3 CH3

CH4
CH4 CH4

CD player CD player CD player


Auto adjust Scan (1/2) Track search (2/2)
CH1 : FE CH1 : TE CH1 : FE
8 V: 1.0 V/div. H: 500 msec/div. 11 V: 1.0 V/div. H: 2 msec/div. 8 V: 1.0 V/div. H: 50 msec/div.
CH2 : FOO CH2 : TRO CH2 : TE
9 V: 1.0 V/div. H: 500 msec/div. 14 V: 1.0 V/div. H: 2 msec/div. 11 V: 1.0 V/div. H: 50 msec/div. C
CH3 : TE CH3 : RFO CH3 : SL1IN
11 V: 1.0 V/div. H: 500 msec/div. 1 V: 1.0 V/div. H: 2 msec/div. 15 V: 1.0 V/div. H: 50 msec/div.
CH4 : TRO CH4 : SBOK CH4 : SL2IN
14 V: 2.0 V/div. H: 500 msec/div. 17 V: 5.0 V/div. H: 2 msec/div. 16 V: 1.0 V/div. H: 50 msec/div.

CH1 CH1 CH1

CH2 CH2 CH2

CH3
CH3 CH3 D

CH4
CH4
CH4

CD player CD player Reset system in the core block


Play Scan (2/2)
CH1 : FE CH1 : FE CH1 : RST from Reset IC to CPU
8 V: 1.0 V/div. H: 500 msec/div. 8 V: 1.0 V/div. H: 50 msec/div. 18 V: 5.0 V/div. H: 200 msec/div.
CH2 : TE CH2 : TE CH2 : PRGM from CPU to FPGA through IC312
11 V: 1.0 V/div. H: 500 msec/div. 11 V: 1.0 V/div. H: 50 msec/div. 19 V: 5.0 V/div. H: 200 msec/div.
CH3 : SL1IN CH3 : SL1IN CH3 : SRVRST from CPU to IC101
15 V: 1.0 V/div. H: 500 msec/div. 15 V: 1.0 V/div. H: 50 msec/div. 20 V: 5.0 V/div. H: 200 msec/div.
CH4 : SL2IN CH4 : SL2IN CH4 : DSPRST from CPU to IC701
16 V: 1.0 V/div. H: 500 msec/div. 16 V: 1.0 V/div. H: 50 msec/div. 21 V: 5.0 V/div. H: 200 msec/div.
Conditions: At the time of power on, a - b : 370 msec
E
a - c : 636 msec
without a disc loaded a -d : 1 182 msec
Reset clear e - a : 70 msec

CH1 CH1 CH1 a 3.3 V

CH2 CH2
CH2 b 3.3 V

CH3 CH3
CH3 d 3.3 V

CH4 CH4

CH4 e c 3.3 V

CDJ-800MK2 39
5 6 7 8
1 2 3 4

A
A MAIN ASSY
MPU FPGA Audio DSP
Delay time of Reset IC (IC304) Configuration (2/3) Configuration (2/2)
CH1 : V+3D CH2 : XINIT to CPU CH1 : DSP16M from FPGA
22 V: 2.0 V/div. H: 10 msec/div. 24 V: 5.0 V/div. H: 100 msec/div. 29 V: 5.0 V/div. H: 200 msec/div.
CH2 : RST from Reset IC to CPU
18 V: 2.0 V/div. H: 10 msec/div. 26 CH4 : DATA from CPU
V: 5.0 V/div. H: 100 msec/div. 26 CH5 : DATA from CPU
V: 5.0 V/div. H: 200 msec/div.
Conditions: At the time of power on, without a disc loaded
Remark: Set value for reset delay time: 70 msec
27 CH5 : DONE to CPU
V: 5.0 V/div. H: 100 msec/div. 34 CH6 : DSPDREQ to FPGA & CPU
V: 5.0 V/div. H: 200 msec/div.

30 CH8 : XFRST from CPU


V: 5.0 V/div. H: 100 msec/div. 35 CH7 : DAC11M to IC702
V: 5.0 V/div. H: 200 msec/div.
Conditions: At the time of power on, without a disc loaded Conditions: At the time of power on, without a disc loaded
a - b : 442 msec
a - b : 68.7 msec a - c : 682 msec a - b : 670 msec

B
CH2 b CH1 a b
a
CH1 3.3 V
Power ON
CH4 CH5
c

Reset clear
CH5 CH6
CH2 3.3 V

a b CH7
CH8

MPU FPGA Servo DSP


Association between the 16.93 MHz clock Configuration (3/3) Configuration (1/2)
signal and resetting of the MPU CH5 : DONE to CPU CH1 : SRV16M from FPGA
C 27 V: 5.0 V/div. H: 100 msec/div. 28 V: 5.0 V/div. H: 200 msec/div.
CH1 : V+3D
22 V: 5.0 V/div. H: 10 msec/div. CH6 : SRV16M to IC101 CH2 : SRVRST from CPU
28 V: 5.0 V/div. H: 100 msec/div. 20 V: 5.0 V/div. H: 200 msec/div.
CH2 : CPU16M from IC310 to CPU
71 V: 5.0 V/div. H: 10 msec/div. CH7 : DSP16M to IC701 CH3 : SRVBUS0 CPU - SRV
29 V: 5.0 V/div. H: 100 msec/div. 36 V: 5.0 V/div. H: 200 msec/div.
CH3 : RST from Reset IC to CPU
18 V: 5.0 V/div. H: 10 msec/div. CH8 : XFRST from CPU CH4 : DRVMUTE1 from CPU to IC102
30 V: 5.0 V/div. H: 100 msec/div. 37 V: 5.0 V/div. H: 200 msec/div.
Conditions: At the time of power on, without a disc loaded
Conditions: At the time of power on, without a disc loaded Conditions: At the time of power on, without a disc loaded

a - b : 67.8 msec a - b : 681 msec a - b : 1 256 msec

CH1 CH1 a
CH5 b
a

CH2 CH6 CH2 b


D

CH3 CH7 CH3

a b

CH8 CH4

FPGA Audio DSP Servo DSP


Configuration (1/3) Configuration (1/2) Configuration (2/2)
CH1 : PROG_B (IC302 - pin 99) from CPU to FPGA CH1 : DSP16M from FPGA CH1 : SRV16M from FPGA
23 V: 5.0 V/div. H: 100 msec/div. 29 V: 5.0 V/div. H: 200 msec/div. 28 V: 5.0 V/div. H: 200 msec/div.
CH2 : XINIT to CPU CH2 : DSPRST from CPU CH2 : SRVRST from CPU
24 V: 5.0 V/div. H: 100 msec/div. 21 V: 5.0 V/div. H: 200 msec/div. 20 V: 5.0 V/div. H: 200 msec/div.
CH3 : CLK from CPU to FPGA CH3 : DSPSIN to CPU CH3 : SRVBUS0 CPU - SRV
25 V: 5.0 V/div. H: 100 msec/div. 31 V: 5.0 V/div. H: 200 msec/div. 36 V: 5.0 V/div. H: 200 msec/div.
E CH4 : DATA from CPU CH4 : CLK from CPU CH5 : DRVMUTE2 from CPU to IC102
26 V: 5.0 V/div. H: 100 msec/div. 32 V: 5.0 V/div. H: 200 msec/div. 38 V: 5.0 V/div. H: 200 msec/div.
Conditions: At the time of power on, without a disc loaded Conditions: At the time of power on, without a disc loaded Conditions: At the time of power on, without a disc loaded
a - b : 69 msec
a - c : 442 msec a - b : 1 256 msec
b - c : 373 msec a - b : 680 msec a - c : 1 318 msec

CH1 b CH1 a
CH1 c
a a

CH2 CH2 CH2 b

CH3 CH3 CH3

F CH4 b CH4 CH5 c

40 CDJ-800MK2
1 2 3 4
5 6 7 8

A MAIN ASSY
DAC Audio mute Audio mute
DAC reset Association between zero-data detection and Conditions in which muting for zero-data
CH1 : RST from CPU Reset IC muting control (1/2) detection is activated (pause, continuous search)
18 V: 2.0 V/div. H: 1 sec/div.
CH1 : DACLRCK from DAC CH1 : DACLRCK from DAC
CH2 : DAC11M from AUDIO DSP 41 41
35 V: 5.0 V/div. H: 1 sec/div.
V: 5.0 V/div. H: 1 sec/div. V: 5.0 V/div. H: 1 sec/div.

CH3 : DACRST from CPU IC 42 CH2 : DACDATA from DAC


42 CH2 : DACDATA from DAC
39 V: 2.0 V/div. H: 1 sec/div.
V: 5.0 V/div. H: 1 sec/div. V: 5.0 V/div. H: 1 sec/div.

CH4 : L4 (JACK Assy) Audio Signal Line 43 CH3 : DACBCK from DAC
43 CH3 : DACBCK from DAC
40 V: 20.0 V/div. H: 1 sec/div.
V: 5.0 V/div. H: 1 sec/div. V: 5.0 V/div. H: 1 sec/div.

44 CH4 : ZERO to CPU


V: 5.0 V/div. H: 1 sec/div. 44 CH4 : ZERO to CPU
V: 5.0 V/div. H: 1 sec/div.
Conditions: At the time of power on, with a disc loaded Conditions: During playback
The MPU is started after a specific delay time. a - b : 690 msec B

CH1
CH1 CH1

CH2

CH2 CH2

CH3 DAC reset


CH3 CH3
7 sec typ a b During During continuous search
pause (fast forward)

CH4 CH4 CH4


PLAY start
Power ON PLAY start

DAC Audio mute Audio mute


Initialization of DAC (downloading using the Association between zero-data detection and Conditions in which muting for zero-data
C
common 3-wire serial lines) muting control (2/2) detection is activated (Jog Touch, track search)

CH4 : ZERO to CPU CH1 : DACLRCK from DAC


39 CH3 : DACRST from CPU IC 44 V: 5.0 V/div. H: 1 sec/div.
41 V: 5.0 V/div. H: 1 sec/div.
V: 5.0 V/div. H: 200 msec/div.
CH5 : L ch to JACK Assy CH2 : DACDATA from DAC
32 CH5 : CLK from CPU IC 45 V: 5.0 V/div. H: 1 sec/div.
42 V: 5.0 V/div. H: 1 sec/div.
V: 5.0 V/div. H: 200 msec/div.
CH6 : MUTE to JACK Assy CH3 : DACBCK from DAC
26 CH6 : DATA from CPU IC 46 V: 5.0 V/div. H: 1 sec/div.
43 V: 5.0 V/div. H: 1 sec/div.
V: 5.0 V/div. H: 200 msec/div.
CH7 : L ch (JACK Assy) CH4 : ZERO to CPU
33 CH7 : DACCS from CPUIC 47 V: 5.0 V/div. H: 1 sec/div.
44 V: 5.0 V/div. H: 1 sec/div.
V: 5.0 V/div. H: 200 msec/div.
Conditions: At the time of power on, with a disc loaded Conditions: During playback

CH3 Power ON PLAY start


DAC reset
CH4 CH1

CH5
D
FPGA download DSP/DAC download
CH2
CH5
CH6
CH3
Touch the
CH6 touch panel Track search
CH7
CH4
CH7

DAC Audio mute Audio mute


DAC controlled by the MPU (fixed-cycle polling Conditions in which muting for zero-data Conditions in which muting for zero-data
using the common 3-wire serial lines) detection is activated (Standby) detection is activated (between musical pieces)
CH3 : DACRST from CPU IC
39 V: 5.0 V/div. H: 5 µsec/div. 41 CH1 : DACLRCK from DAC
41 CH1 : DACLRCK from DAC
V: 5.0 V/div. H: 1 sec/div. V: 5.0 V/div. H: 1 sec/div.
CH5 : CLK from CPU IC
32 V: 2.0 V/div. H: 5 µsec/div. 42 CH2 : DACDATA from DAC
42 CH2 : DACDATA from DAC
V: 5.0 V/div. H: 1 sec/div. V: 5.0 V/div. H: 1 sec/div. E
CH6 : DATA from CPU IC
26 V: 2.0 V/div. H: 5 µsec/div. 43 CH3 : DACBCK from DAC
43 CH3 : DACBCK from DAC
V: 5.0 V/div. H: 1 sec/div. V: 5.0 V/div. H: 1 sec/div.
CH7 : DACCS from CPU IC
33 V: 2.0 V/div. H: 5 µsec/div. 44 CH4 : ZERO to CPU
44 CH4 : ZERO to CPU
V: 5.0 V/div. H: 1 sec/div. V: 5.0 V/div. H: 1 sec/div.
Remarks:
• The MPU polls the audio DSP and DAC in a fixed cycle. Conditions: At the time of power on, with a disc loaded Conditions: During playback
• The intervals of a cycle are 3 msec for playback of a
CD-DA, and 10 msec for playback of a signal for MP3.
CH3 CH1 CH1

CH5
CH2 CH2

CH6
CH3 CH3
CH7 Between musical pieces F
CH4 CH4
DSP DAC Power ON PLAY start

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A MAIN ASSY C SECB ASSY


A Digital output Data copy (DATA IN/OUT terminal) Data copy (DATA IN/OUT terminal)
Digital output (on PLAY) Detection of connection/disconnection of Detection of connection/disconnection of
CH1 : DOUTJ to JACK Assy cables (connection) cables (disconnection)
70 V: 0.5 V/div. H: 2 µsec/div.
CH1 : RMIN Detect Line CH1 : RMIN Detect Line
Conditions: During playback 58 V: 2.0 V/div. H: 50 msec/div. 58 V: 2.0 V/div. H: 5 msec/div.
CH2 : JDATA Data Line CH2 : JDATA Data Line
59 V: 2.0 V/div. H: 50 msec/div. 59 V: 2.0 V/div. H: 5 msec/div.
Conditions: At the time of cable connection Conditions: At the time of cable disconnection

B
CH1 CH1

Connection Disconnection

CH2 CH2

Digital output Data copy (DATA IN/OUT terminal) Data copy (DATA IN/OUT terminal)
Digital output (idle state) Detection of connection/disconnection of Detection of connection/disconnection of
CH1 : DOUTJ to JACK Assy cables (wireless) cables (in a state in which the cables are
70 V: 0.5 V/div. H: 2 µsec/div. connected)
CH1 : RMIN Detect Line CH1 : RMIN Detect Line
C
Conditions: No disc 58 V: 1.0 V/div. H: 1 msec/div. 58 V: 1.0 V/div. H: 1 msec/div.
CH2 : JDATA Data Line CH2 : JDATA Data Line
59 V: 1.0 V/div. H: 1 msec/div. 59 V: 1.0 V/div. H: 1 msec/div.
Conditions: Wireless, during idling Conditions: In a state in which the cables are connected,
during idling

CH1

D
CH1

CH2 CH2

Data copy (DATA IN/OUT terminal) Data copy (DATA IN/OUT terminal)
Data copy Data copy (Expansion)
CH1 : RMIN Detect Line CH1 : RMIN Detect Line
58 V: 2.0 V/div. H: 1 sec/div. 58 V: 2.0 V/div. H: 100 µsec/div.
CH2 : JDATA Data Line CH2 : JDATA Data Line
59 V: 2.0 V/div. H: 1 sec/div. 59 V: 2.0 V/div. H: 100 µsec/div.
Conditions: 10 POINTS × 1 disc Conditions: 10 POINTS × 1 disc

CH1 CH1

CH2
CH2

Expansion Expansion

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G DFLB ASSY J SLDB ASSY


A
DISPLAY_MPU DATA-FL Tempo slider
Delay time of Reset IC (IC502) Three-wire serial lines (at the time of power on) Slide operation
CH1 : V+5 CH1 : FLBK CH1 : ADIN Detect DATA
48 V: 2.0 V/div. H: 10 msec/div. 54 V: 5.0 V/div. H: 100 msec/div. 68 V: 1.0 V/div. H: 500 msec/div.
CH2 : XRST to DISP_CPU CH2 : FLLAT CH2 : ADCT Compare Level
49 V: 2.0 V/div. H: 10 msec/div. 55 V: 5.0 V/div. H: 100 msec/div. 67 V: 1.0 V/div. H: 500 msec/div.
CH3 : FLSDO CH3 : GNDAD GND Level
Conditions: At the time of power on, without a disc loaded 56 V: 5.0 V/div. H: 100 msec/div. 69 V: 1.0 V/div. H: 500 msec/div.
Remark: Set value for reset delay time: 70 msec
CH4 : FLSCLK Conditions: When the slider is moved from –100% to +100%
57 V: 5.0 V/div. H: 100 msec/div.
Conditions: At the time of power on, without a disc loaded

Power ON

CH1 TEMPO -100% point


(MP3 -16%) B
CH1 CH1

CH2 TEMPO 0% point 5.0 V

Power ON CH2
Reset clear
CH3
2.5 V
CH2 TEMPO +100% point
(MP3 +16%)
CH3
CH4

DISPLAY_MPU DATA-FL
Association between 16 MHz clock signal and Association between the built-in driver and
resetting of the DISPLAY_MPU the VLDD power
CH5 : VLDD
CH1 : V+5
73 V: 20.0 V/div. H: 100 msec/div.
48 V: 5.0 V/div. H: 10 msec/div. CH6 : 5V C
CH2 : XOUT to DISP_CPU
48 V: 5.0 V/div. H: 100 msec/div.
72 V: 5.0 V/div. H: 10 msec/div. CH1 : FLBK
CH3 : XRST to DISP_CPU
54 V: 5.0 V/div. H: 100 msec/div.
49 V: 5.0 V/div. H: 10 msec/div. CH7 : FLAC1 and FLAC2
Conditions: At the time of power on, without a disc loaded
74 V: 5.0 V/div. H: 100 msec/div.
Conditions: At the time of power on, without a disc loaded
a - b : 70.10 msec Remark: According to the FL specifications, the Vload
power must be stably supplied before the built-in
driver starts.
CH1
CH5

CH2
CH6

a b Power ON
CH3 D
CH1

CH7

DISPLAY_MPU DATA-FL
Communication between the FPGA and Three-wire serial lines
DISPLAY_MPU (3-wire serial) (during indication on the FL display)
CH1 : TSCLK
50 V: 5.0 V/div. H: 200 msec/div. 54 CH1 : FLBK
V: 5.0 V/div. H: 1 msec/div.
CH2 : TSCS
51 V: 5.0 V/div. H: 200 msec/div. 55 CH2 : FLLAT
V: 5.0 V/div. H: 1 msec/div.
CH3 : TSDI
52 V: 5.0 V/div. H: 200 msec/div. 56 CH3 : FLSDO
V: 5.0 V/div. H: 1 msec/div.
CH4 : TSDO
53 V: 5.0 V/div. H: 200 msec/div. 57 CH4 : FLSCLK
a - b : 169.5 msec
V: 5.0 V/div. H: 1 msec/div. E
Conditions: At the time of power on, a - c : 679.7 msec Conditions: During playback
without a disc loaded a - d : 1 186.4 msec

Expansion A

CH1 CH1
b d

Expansion B

CH2 CH2

Expansion C

CH3 CH3

Expansion D
a c
CH4 CH4
Power ON
F

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K JFLB ASSY
A JOG-FL During Jog Dial rotation (encoder process) During touch on the Jog plate
Three-wire serial lines (At the time of power on) Encoder detection (during idling) (detection of pressing force)
CH1 : JBK CH1 : JOG1 PHASE1 DATA
60 V: 5.0 V/div. H: 100 msec/div. 64 V: 2.0 V/div. H: 100 msec/div.
Detection of touch (without pressing force)
CH1 : TCH
61 CH2 : JXSTB
65 CH2 : JOG2 PHASE2 DATA 66 V: 2.0 V/div. H: 10 msec/div.
V: 5.0 V/div. H: 100 msec/div. V: 2.0 V/div. H: 100 msec/div.
CH3 : JSDO Conditions: Without pressing force
62 Conditions: Idling
V: 5.0 V/div. H: 100 msec/div.
CH4 : JSCLK
63 V: 5.0 V/div. H: 100 msec/div.
Conditions: At the time of power on, without a disc loaded

Power ON

CH1
B
CH1
CH2

CH3

CH2
CH4

JOG-FL During Jog Dial rotation (encoder process) During touch on the Jog plate
Three-wire serial lines (during indication on Encoder detection (during Jog Dial rotation)
(detection of pressing force)
the FL display, no disc) CH1 : JOG1 PHASE1 DATA
64 V: 2.0 V/div. H: 100 msec/div.
Detection of touch (with pressing force)
CH1 : TCH
CH1 : JBK
65 CH2 : JOG2 PHASE2 DATA 66 V: 2.0 V/div. H: 10 msec/div.
C 60 V: 5.0 V/div. H: 2 msec/div. V: 2.0 V/div. H: 100 msec/div.
CH2 : JXSTB Conditions: With pressing force
Conditions: During fast rotation
61 V: 5.0 V/div. H: 2 msec/div.
CH3 : JSDO
62 V: 5.0 V/div. H: 2 msec/div.
CH4 : JSCLK
63 V: 5.0 V/div. H: 2 msec/div.
Conditions: No disc

CH1 CH1

CH2

D CH3 CH2

CH4 Rotation detection

JOG-FL
Three-wire serial lines (during indication on
the FL display, during playback)
CH1 : JBK
60 V: 5.0 V/div. H: 2 msec/div.
CH2 : JXSTB
61 V: 5.0 V/div. H: 2 msec/div.
CH3 : JSDO
62 V: 5.0 V/div. H: 2 msec/div.
CH4 : JSCLK
E 63 V: 5.0 V/div. H: 2 msec/div.
Conditions: With a disc loaded, during playback

Expansion A
CH1

Expansion B
CH2

Expansion C
CH3

Expansion D
CH4

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3.12 VOLTAGES
Note: The voltage measured using the HOZAN DT-113 Digital Tester is an approximation of DC voltage.
Note that the result of measurement of a waveform comprising many AC-current components will vary from tester to tester.
Conditions of measurement:
A
Play back Track 2 of the STD-905 Test Disc from Pioneer.
• For the IC mounted on the SECB Assy, measurement is performed with loads at the downstream stages lifted.
• The voltage at the MPU (IC301 on the MAIN Assy) is to be measured in Standby mode (not during CD playback), because the unit
will freeze up (cannot play back a CD) if the core block is defective.
• As IC303 (SDRAM), IC101 (Servo DSP), IC312 (Logic), IC311 (Logic), IC103 (OP AMP), and IC310 (Logic) are mounted on surface
B, measurement is performed with the FFC cable connecting the MAIN and JACK Assys disconnected.

A IC101 TC94A15FG IC102 M63018FP IC300 DYW1753-B/J


MAIN ASSY Pin No. Voltage (V) Pin No. Voltage (V) Pin No. Voltage (V) Pin No. Voltage (V)
IC100 NJM2885DL1-33 1 0.0 51 1.6 1 1.0–2.5 1 2.2
Pin No. Voltage (V) 2 2.9–3.3 52 0.0 2 1.0–2.5 2 2.1–2.4
1 6.0 3 0.0 53 2.4 3 7.1 3 0.9–1.2
B
2 0.00 4 3.3 54 1.6 4 7.1 4 1.7–2.0
3 3.3 5 0.0 55 1.5 5 0–7 5 1.7–1.9
6 0.0 56 1.8 6 0–7 6 1.9–2.2
IC103 NJU7013F 7 0.0 57 1.7 7 0.0 7 2.0–2.2
Pin No. Voltage (V) 8 0.0 58 1.6 8 7.1 8 2.1–2.4
1 0.2 9 0.0 59 3.3 9 0–7 9 0.0
2 0.0 10 0.0 60 1.6 10 0–7 10 0.0
3 0.2 11 3.3 61 1.6 11 0.0 11 2.5–2.8
4 0.2 12 0.0 62 1.6 12 0.5–1.2 12 3.3
5 3.3 13 3.3 63 1.6 13 0.5–1.2 13 0.0
14 1.6 64 2.0 14 0.5–1.2 14 0.0
IC104 NJM2903M 15 1.6 65 0.0 15 7.1 15 3.3
Pin No. Voltage (V) 16 1.6 66 0.0 16 2.5 16 0.5
C
1 3.1 17 1.6 67 0.7–1.0 17 2.5 17 1.2–1.5
2 1.7 18 1.4 68 0.0 18 2.5 18 2.1–2.4
3 1.8 19 1.6 69 0.0 19 2.5 19 2.1–2.4
4 0.0 20 0.6 70 3.3 20 2.5 20 1.8–2.2
5 1.7 21 1.6 71 0.0 21 2.5 21 1.9–2.2
6 1.7 22 1.6 72 0.0 22 7.1 22 1.9–2.2
7 1.5 23 1.6 73 1.6 23 1.7 23 0.9–1.1
8 3.3 24 0.0 74 1.5 24 1.6 24 2.1–2.4
25 1.7 75 3.3 25 1.7 25 1.9
IC105 TC7W04FU 26 1.6 76 0.0 26 1.7 26 3.3
Pin No. Voltage (V) 27 1.6 77 1.6 27 1.7 27 0.0
1 0.0 28 1.6 78 3.3 28 1.7 28 3.3
2 1.7 29 3.3 79 0.0 29 0.0 29 0.0 D
3 0.0 30 1.5 80 1.6 30 3.1 30 3.3
4 0.0 31 1.6 81 0.0 31 3.1 31 0.5–0.8
5 3.3 32 1.5 82 0.0 32 7.1 32 0.5–0.9
6 1.6 33 1.6 83 0.0 33 0.0 33 0.5–0.8
7 3.3 34 0.0 84 3.2 34 3.1 34 0.5–0.8
8 3.3 35 1.6 85 3.2 35 3.1 35 0.5–0.8
36 1.3 86 3.2 36 1.1 36 0.4–0.7
IC106 TC7W08FU 37 1.3 87 3.2 37 1.1 37 3.3
Pin No. Voltage (V) 38 3.3 88 3.2 38 3.3 38 0.7–0.8
39 0.0 89 2.8–3.0 39 7.1 39 0.6–0.8
1 3.3
40 3.3 90 3.3 40 1.7 40 0.6–0.8
2 0–3.2
41 2.4 91 3.3 41 3.3 41 0.8–1.0
3 0–3.2
42 0.2 92 1.8–2.4 42 1.1 42 0.5–0.7 E
4 0.0
43 0.0 93 3.3 43 0.4–0.6
5 0–3.2
44 1.8 94 0.0 44 0.6–0.7
6 0–3.2
45 1.7 95 3.3 45 0.5–0.7
7 0–3.2
46 1.7 96 0.0 46 0.0
8 3.3
47 1.7 97 1.7 47 3.3
48 1.8 98 1.7 48 1.3–1.5
49 1.8 99 1.7
50 – 100 0.0

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IC301 SCF5249VM140 IC302 XC3S50-4VQG100C


Pin No. Voltage (V) Pin No. Voltage (V) Pin No. Voltage (V) Pin No. Voltage (V) Pin No. Voltage (V)
A
A1 3.3 F2 0.3 M13 3.2 1 0–1.8 51 2.5
A2 3.3 F3 3.2 M14 1.5 2 1.6 52 0.0
A3 2.3 F4 0.0 N1 0.7 3 0.0 53 2.0
A4 2.4 F11 0.0 N2 1.2 4 3.2 54 1.9–2.2
A5 2.4 F12 0.0 N3 3.0 5 0.0 55 0.0
A6 3.3 F13 3.3 N4 3.3 6 3.3 56 0.0
A7 0.0 F14 0.0 N5 0.0 7 2.5 57 3.3
A8 3.3 G1 0.5 N6 0.6 8 0.0 58 2.5
A9 3.3 G2 0.5 N7 0.4 9 1–4.5 59 0.9
A10 0.0 G3 0.8 N8 0.0 10 0.0 60 2.4
A11 2.7 G4 0.0 N9 0.0 11 1–4.5 61 2.8
A12 3.3 G11 3.3 N10 3.3 12 1.6 62 0.0
B A13 0.0 G12 0.0 N11 1.7 13 1.6–1.8 63 3.3
A14 0.0 G13 0.0 N12 3.3 14 1.7 64 3.3
B1 2.3 G14 0.0 N13 2.5 15 1.7 65 0.0
B2 2.0 H1 0.4 N14 1.7 16 1.8 66 0.0
B3 2.3 H2 0.6 P1 3.0 17 1.9 67 1.6
B4 2.4 H3 0.0 P2 2.6 18 1.2 68 1.7
B5 0.9 H4 0.0 P3 0.0 19 3.3 69 1.2
B6 2.1 H11 1.8 P4 3.3 20 0.0 70 3.3
B7 3.3 H12 3.2 P5 3.3 21 0.5–0.7 71 1.6
B8 0.0 H13 3.3 P6 3.3 22 0.5–0.7 72 3.3
B9 3.3 H14 1.6 P7 0.6 23 0.5–0.7 73 0.0
B10 0.0 J1 0.7 P8 0.5 24 2.5 74 3.2
B11 3.3 J2 0.4 P9 0.0 25 2.5 75 0.2
C B12 0.0 J3 3.2 P10 1.5 26 2.5 76 2.5
B13 3.2 J4 0.0 P11 0.0 27 0.7–0.9 77 2.5
B14 0.0 J11 0.0 P12 3.3 28 0.7–0.9 78 2.5
C1 2.4 J12 3.3 P13 3.3 29 0.0 79 0.0
C2 2.1 J13 0.0 P14 3.3 30 0.5–0.7 80 2.7
C3 0.0 J14 0.0 31 3.3 81 0.0
C4 1.8 K1 0.5 32 0.4–0.7 82 0.0
C11 3.3 K2 2.0 33 2.5 83 3.3
C12 2.2 K3 0.0 34 0.6–0.9 84 2.5
C13 0.0 K4 0.0 35 0.4–0.8 85 0.0
C14 0.0 K5 0.0 36 0.5–0.7 86 0.0
D1 1.2 K6 1.8 37 1.6 87 0.0
D2 1.1 K7 0.5 38 0.5–0.7 88 0.0
D D3 0.3 K8 3.3 39 1.7 89 0.0
D4 0.0 K9 0.0 40 0.0 90 0.0
D5 0.0 K10 0.0 41 0.0 91 0.0
D6 0.0 K11 0.0 42 3.3 92 0.0
D7 3.3 K12 0.0 43 0.5–0.7 93 1.2
D8 0.0 K13 0.0 44 0.8–1.0 94 3.3
D9 0.0 K14 0.0 45 1.2 95 0.0
D10 0.0 L1 0.9 46 3.3 96 0.0
D11 0.0 L2 2.4 47 0.6–0.8 97 0.0
D12 0.0 L3 3.3 48 0.0 98 0.0
D13 0.0 L4 3.3 49 0.5–0.8 99 2.5
D14 0.0 L5 3.3 50 0.5–0.8 100 2.5
E1 3.3 L6 3.3
E E2 1.7 L7 4.9
E3 0.0 L8 0.0
E4 2.7 L9 4.4
E5 3.3 L10 1.8
E6 0.0 L11 0.0
E7 3.3 L12 3.2
E8 3.3 L13 1.6
E9 1.8 L14 3.3
E10 0.0 M1 2.3
E11 0.0 M2 0.6
E12 0.0 M3 0.0
E13 0.0 M4 0.0
E14 0.0 M11 3.3
F F1 0.0 M12 0.0

46 CDJ-800MK2
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IC303 K4S641632K-UC75 IC305 MM1561JF IC311 TC7SH08FUS1 IC701 DSPC56371AF180


Pin No. Voltage (V) Pin No. Voltage (V) Pin No. Voltage (V) Pin No. Voltage (V) Pin No. Voltage (V)
1 3.3 1 1.8 1 2.5 1 0.0 41 3.3 A
2 0.0 2 0.0 2 0.0 2 0.0 42 0.0
3 3.3 3 0.0 3 0.0 3 3.3 43 0.0
4 0.5–0.7 4 0.5 4 0.0 4 0.0 44 1.3
5 0.6–0.9 5 3.3 5 2.5 5 0.0 45 1.7–1.8
6 0.0 6 0.0 6 0.0 46 1.2
7 0.6–0.8 7 3.3 IC312 TC7SH08FUS1 7 0.8 47 3.3
8 0.7–0.8 Pin No. Voltage (V) 8 1.3 48 0.6
9 3.3 IC306 MM1562FF 1 2.5 9 0.0 49 3.3
10 0.6–0.9 Pin No. Voltage (V) 2 3.3 10 0.0 50 0.6
11 0.7–0.9 1 2.5 3 0.0 11 0.0 51 3.3
12 0.0 2 0.0 4 2.5 12 0.0 52 1.3
13 0.6–0.8 3 0.0 5 2.5 13 0.0 53 0.0
B
14 3.3 4 1.2 14 0.0 54 0.0
15 0.0 5 3.3 IC702 PE8001A 15 0.0 55 0.0
16 3.0 6 0.0 Pin No. Voltage (V) 16 0.0 56 0.0
17 2.6 7 3.3 1 1.6 17 3.3 57 0.0
18 2.8 2 0.0 18 0.0 58 0.0
19 1.2 IC307 BD00KA5WFP 3 1.6 19 0.0 59 1.0
20 0.9–1.1 Pin No. Voltage (V) 4 0.0 20 0.0 60 3.2
21 0.4–0.8 1 3.3 5 1.6 21 0.0 61 1.6
22 0.6 2 3.3 6 0.0 22 0.0 62 0.0
23 0.0 3 0.0 7 0.0 23 3.3 63 1.7
24 2.3 4 1.2 8 5.0 24 0.0 64 3.3
25 0.9–1.1 5 0.8 9 5.0 25 3.3 65 0.0
26 1.7–1.9 10 0.0 26 0.0 66 0.0
C
27 3.3 IC308 TC74VHC08FTS1 11 2.5 27 0.0 67 0.0
28 0.0 Pin No. Voltage (V) 12 0.0 28 0.0 68 0.0
29 1.7–1.9 1 3.3 13 2.5 29 1.3 69 1.6
30 1.9–2.2 2 4.8 14 0.0 30 1.1 70 1.6
31 2.0–2.2 3 3.2 15 5.0 31 3.0 71 1.3
32 2.1–2.4 4 3.3 16 2.5 32 0.0 72 0.0
33 1.3–1.6 5 4.3 17 0.0 33 3.0 73 1.6
34 1.2–1.5 6 2.9 18 2.5 34 0.0 74 0.0
35 0.8–1.1 7 0.0 19 0.0 35 2.6 75 3.3
36 0.0 8 0.0 20 5.0 36 0.0 76 1.7
37 3.3 9 3.3 21 3.3 37 3.3 77 1.6
38 1.7 10 0.0 22 5.0 38 0.0 78 1.6
39 0.1 11 2.7 23 0.0 39 3.3 79 1.6
D
40 0.0 12 3.3 24 0.0 40 0.0 80 0.0
41 0.0 13 4.0 25 0.0
42 0.5–0.7 14 3.3 26 0.0
43 3.3 27 0.0
44 0.5–0.8 IC309 TC7SET08FUS1 28 3.3
45 0.5–0.8 Pin No. Voltage (V)
46 0.0 1 4.9 IC703 BD00KA5WFP
47 3.3 2 3.3 Pin No. Voltage (V)
48 0.4–0.7 3 0.0 1 3.3
49 3.3 4 4.9 2 3.3
50 0.8–1.0 5 4.9 3 0.0
51 0.5–0.7 4 1.3
52 0.0 IC310 TC7WU04FU 5 0.8 E
53 0.5–0.8 Pin No. Voltage (V)
54 0.0 IC704 NJM2880U1-05
1 1.6
2 1.6 Pin No. Voltage (V)
IC304 BU4230G
3 1.6 1 8.0
Pin No. Voltage (V) 2 0.0
4 0.0
1 3.3 5 1.6 3 1.3
2 3.3 6 1.6 4 5.0
3 0.0 7 1.6 5 8.0
4 0.0 8 3.3
5 1.7

CDJ-800MK2 47
5 6 7 8
1 2 3 4

C G I
A SECB ASSY DFLB ASSY JACK ASSY
IC050 BA00BC0WCP-V5 IC501 PEG237B IC502 BU4242G IC801 NJM4558DX
Pin No. Voltage (V) Pin No. Voltage (V) Pin No. Voltage (V) Pin No. Voltage (V) Pin No. Voltage (V)
1 12.3 1 0.0 51 0.0 1 4.5 1 0.0
2 12.3 2 0.0 52 4.9 2 4.9 2 0.0
3 0.0 3 0.0 53 4.9 3 0.0 3 0.0
4 8.0 4 0.0 54 4.9 4 0.0 4 -6.0
5 1.3 5 0.0 55 4.9 5 2.6 5 0.0
6 4.9 56 4.9 6 0.0
IC051 NJM2374AM 7 0.0 57 0.0 IC503 TC7SET08FUS1 7 0.0
Pin No. Voltage (V) 8 0.0 58 4.9 Pin No. Voltage (V) 8 8.0
1 8.0 9 0.0 59 0.0 1 4.9
2 -2.7 10 0.0 60 0.0 2 0.0
B
3 -6.1 11 0.0 61 0.0 3 0.0
4 -7.0 12 4.5 62 4.9 4 0.1
5 -5.7 13 2.6 63 0.0 5 4.9
6 8.1 14 0.0 64 0.0
7 8.0 15 2.3 65 0.0
8 8.0 16 5.0 66 0.0
17 5.0 67 0.0
IC052 TC7S04FU 18 5.0 68 0.0
Pin No. Voltage (V) 19 5.0 69 0.0
1 0.0 20 5.0 70 0.0
2 0.0 21 5.0 71 0.0
3 0.0 22 5.0 72 0.0
4 2.7 23 5.0 73 0.0
C
5 5.0 24 4.9 74 0.0
25 4.9 75 0.0
IC057 BA50BC0WFP 26 0.0 76 0.0
Pin No. Voltage (V) 27 4.9 77 0.0
1 8.0 28 3.9 78 0.0
2 8.0 29 0.0 79 4.9
3 0.0 30 1.4–1.8 80 4.9
4 5.0 31 0.8 81 4.9
5 0.0 32 4.9 82 4.9
33 4.5 83 4.9
34 4.9 84 4.9
REGB ASSY 35 4.3 85 4.9
D IC091 BA00BC0WCP-V5 36 0.1 86 4.9
Pin No. Voltage (V) 37 4.8 87 4.9
1 6.0 38 4.0 88 4.9
2 6.0 39 4.9 89 2.5
3 0.0 40 0.0 90 2.5
4 3.3 41 0.0 91 4.9
5 1.3 42 0.0 92 4.9
43 0.6 93 4.9
IC092 BA00BC0WCP-V5 44 0.0 94 4.9
Pin No. Voltage (V) 45 2.8 95 4.9
46 4.9 96 0.0
1 11.2
47 0.0 97 0.0
2 11.2
48 4.9 98 4.9
3 0.0
E 49 4.9 99 4.9
4 7.2
50 0.0 100 4.9
5 1.3

48 CDJ-800MK2
1 2 3 4
5 6 7 8

4. PCB CONNECTION DIAGRAM

NOTE FOR PCB DIAGRAMS : A


1. Part numbers in PCB diagrams match those in the schematic 3. The parts mounted on this PCB include all necessary parts for
diagrams. several destinations.
2. A comparison between the main parts of PCB and schematic For further information for respective destinations, be sure to
diagrams is shown below. check with the schematic diagram.
Symbol In PCB Symbol In Schematic 4. View point of PCB diagrams.
Part Name
Diagrams Diagrams
B C E B C E
Connector Capacitor
Transistor
B C E

B C E B C E SIDE A
Transistor
B C E with resistor
B
D G S D G S
Field effect
D G S transistor
P.C.Board Chip Part SIDE B

Resistor array

3-terminal
regulator

CDJ-800MK2 49
5 6 7 8
F
E
B
A

D
C

50
A
SIDE A

1
1

4.1 MAIN ASSY

DNP2131-C GNDM CN102


R303 7 5
2 30 A3
C320
A2

12

KN301
IC305 IC304 INSIDE

C303

IC305
IC304
IC305
IC304
5 4

18
10

2
2

LF A1
4 H1+
C302

C337

C319
Production code 1 CN1301 3 R318 H1-

R305
CN102

C318

R394
RST
A MAIN ASSY

TP49 V1R8
C321

TP28 H2+
R353
1

R317
IC308

14
TP31

IC308
IC308
C313
CONTACT SIDE=UP

R377
SPINDLE MOTOR

R338 C317
C358 TP45 DONE C312 H2-

R378

R370
R306 H3-

R359
TP39
1 H3+
R309
R310

CDJ-800MK2
R304

R361
Q303

R365
R373
24
Q301
TSCS

R369
TSDO

R358

C336

Q303
Q301
XINT
3
TSCLK

R356
4 AOI ICT FC TP1

71
36
5 IC309 4

R382
C309
25

27

V1R2
TP42 5

Q303 IC309
Q301 IC309
R321
R307

TP14 CPU16M R376 Q305


R322 R329

3
3

R354
14 R381

IC307
R375 R308

R351
Q302

30
R380 Q304 R301

Q304
Q302
Q305 Q304
Q305 Q302
C307
R385
R388
R387
R336

R327
GNDD

IC301
C311 TSDI

C343
TP37
26

IC307 IC301
IC307 IC301
C310

R386
C344
CN301

PRGM

C356
TP36
V+5P

V+3D
R368

IC302 R350
C CN53

19

5
R374

51
C300

IC302
IC302
7 75
R357
C301

76

R328
50
1

IC306
V2R5
V+3D

R379

C308
22

Q705 Q706

FP16M
A P

Q705
Q706
Q705
Q706
70M

IC306
IC306
C342
R355
C341
4
1
R323

C357 R731
48

R339
CONTACT SIDE=UP

C340 R732 R740


R738 R739
V+8A

C339

R340

4
4

R741
1

LD3S

100
C359

C355
4

26
LPS2

23
C360

25 LDCHECK LPS1 CN301


3

R342
R383
R143 R144
24

R319
C333
25

IC300

IC300
IC300
R752
4
IC104

R343
R347
21
C130
C131
C132

R753

C335
C334
C352

R302

IC104
IC104
R145

R384
C718 R345
C102
IO1A

C126
R113

DSP16M
R115 R112

34
29 C748
C139

R109
R114
R116
C128
C129

R108
31

VCA
17

R747 C746 8
C137
C138 R150

754

R107

R780
2

C747
2

DSPSIN

SBOK 5
R
R
C
5
IC300

00
00
R752
4

IC10

R343
R347
21
C130
C131
C132
R753

C335
C334
C352

R302

IC104
IC104
R145

R384
C718 R345
C102

IO1A

C126
R113
DSP16M

R115 R112

34
C748

29
C139
R109

R114
R116
C128
C129
R108

31
VCA

17
R747 C746 8

C137
C138 R150
R107

R780
C747
2

DSPSIN
SBOK

R754
20
5
R151
60
R106 RFI

RW
41
R105 R149 R148 ADC
R748 IPF
R147

61
40
PDO
V1R25 C755 IO3B

32
C749
AGCRF
R757 IO2B

Q101

C757
C117 C124
5

C162

Q101
Q101
R101

5
TACTHI
C725 C756 R102

1
IC701 IO1B

R110
RFO

R159

IC701
IC701
13

C116
R103

R742
R104

32
C113
31
R701

C103
B3

IO0B

28

R743
C750 B1

C106
B4

44
SRV16M
C751

43
C754 FTE

DRVMUTE2

80
21
IO2A B2

41
R700 DRVMUTE1

38
14
PWMLO TRO A
R750

C123
IC105
CN101

20 C104 C127 C
4 TR

RFDC

5
8

37
C752
4

C753
R751 R749
C758
11
RFZI

6
TD

C151
IO3A

42
MONIT
B CN1101

28 R775

33
11M 5 8 TE
FE FR

IC703
C732
R120
DMO

RFRP
CN101

FD LO+

C702
SBAD

R119
5

12
C731

R130

35
IC106
8 TEZI ST2+

C161

39
C160
2

R129
1

R118

C700
FOO LO-

IC105 IC703 IC106


IC105 IC703 IC106
9
ST2-

6
6

D100 V+6B

C149
ST1+ ST1-

45
C168
C163

VCAD
CONTACT SIDE

7
14
15 SPDLFG

C734
C730
MAIN 1/2

4
3
C733
Rch

C729

IC702
C164
V5DAC DWG1622

Lch
C150
DWG1645

5
1
MUTE IC704

C728
V+3S

IC702 IC704
IC702 IC704
R137

R131 C148 R100


R136
C101

V-7A

V+8A
DOUT R R135
R 9 C147 R134

46

MOTHER

CDJ-800MK2
C152

70
L IC100 C146

IC100
IC100
C145

16
15

IC102
V+7M

IC102
IC102
SL2IN SL1IN

R164

DWM2232
DWM2276

7
7

R133
R132
R155
C143
R154
C142

KN701
1 REFLOW SIDE_A
70
CN

(DNP2131-C)
CONTACT SIDE=UP (SECOND)
CN701

I CN801
NOTE : The encircled numbers denote measuring point.
8

8
A
SIDE A

51
E
A

D
C

F
B
4 3 2 1
CDJ-800MK2 52
A
IC103 IC101 Q707 F
IC103 IC101 Q707
C743
Q707
D705
R734
R736

R733

C706
C704
C712
R735

E
C705
R389 C703
D707

C701
CN701

R776 C105
R341
D
R344
C165
R346 C100
C167

R161
R162
C136

R163
R165
R146

C368
100 76
C115

C166
75

C370
C114
C109
R157
C154

C372
C112

R156
C153
R168
C155
R158

C133

C373
C
R170

25
R171

R125
R124
R123
R122
R121

51
C111
26
LF

R126
50

IC101
C110
C121
C135
C122
R142 C119 5 4

R153
C141
R169 R152
1 3

C140

C118
C134
C107
C108
C120
IC103
B
R139
R138
CN101
A MAIN ASSY A
SIDE B
4 3 2 1
8 7 6 5
53 CDJ-800MK2
A
IC312
NOTE : The encircled numbers denote measuring point. IC303
F IC310 IC311 IC312
IC310 IC311 IC303
(DNP2131-C)
D302
D304
C306

C304

5 4
IC312

3 R331
E R330
IC311
R333 C354
C353

R362
R326

X301
4

C315 C316 R389


R316 R315
16M X'TAL 25
R320
R393
C345
R332

R300

C346
R312
5
4

R311
C347 C348
C350
C351

C366
R371
IC310
8

A
B
C

R324
C314
R363
R314
28
27

D
R352
R313

C325 R344
TP30

C323 C322
R346
R325
R391

C324
TP19

C326

R392
C368

C363

D301
C330 R334
C166

C327
C331

D307
C370

0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

SIDE_B_(FIRST)
C332 C328
C361

C329

R364
C338 C1
D306
R337
C372

1
R360
54

D305
R372

C305
TP11

0
0 1 2 3
C
C373

IC303

D101
R128
R367

R127
R366
TP12

D102
R348
R349

D103

C159
D104
C118
C134

C156
B
C158 R166
C157 C144
CN102 CN301
A
SIDE B
8 7 6 5
F
E
B
A

D
C

54
B
SIDE A

1
1

4.2 RLYB ASSY

A CN101

2
2

CN1101
B RLYB ASSY

RLYB DWX2602
CN1105 CN1106 HEAT PROOF PRE FLUX
R C1108 1/2 LF

1
1
C1104
C1109 C1106 2 32
1 24

2
->

CDJ-800MK2
OPEN
31

CN1104
1

3
1
1 4 S1101
CN1101
CN1102
CONTACT SIDE -> LD SHORT CONTACT SIDE

(DNP2131-C)
CONTACT SIDE=DOWN

3
3

CN1104 CN1105 CN1106 CN1102

M CN1901

4
4

LOADING MOTOR

STEPPER MOTOR
PICKUP ASSY (CN1)

B
SIDE A
5 6 7 8

SIDE B SIDE B
A

B RLYB ASSY

FL
CN1101
B

C1105
C

CN1102

C1107
CN1106
CN1105

E
CN1104

(DNP2131-C)

B B
CDJ-800MK2 55
5 6 7 8
1 2 3 4

4.3 SECB ASSY

SIDE A
A

C SECB ASSY
F J91
B
CN52
6800/16
IC53
B
KN51

C51
V10B 491.800

6.V+3D
3.V+7A
4.V+6B
1.V+10B
2.GND

5.GND
5
1.
10

V6B
49

1 6

GND
54

CN52

11
IC

W492
V+10B V+10B
W490

W494
IC61

W493
491.800

GND
V+8

CN51
W491
VLD
D CN22
SIDE
CHARACTER

VLOD V+10B
JA51
491.200
IC58

C C53
W479

3300/25
IC50

VLD

1
W480
R74

R73

CN51
C64
C52
C50 3300/25
C54
L51

11.V+6B
10.GND
FLAC4

FLAC3

FLAC2

FLAC1
GND

9.V+10B
8.GND
7.GND
W473

6.GND
F51 5.VLD
C60

C61

4.FLAC4 1.FLAC2
3.FLAC3 2.FLAC1
W472
CN50

2.FLAC2 3.GND
D 3.V-7
3

VLD 1.FLAC1
L61 Q51 2.V+8
4.GND
5.GND
6.FLAC3
CAUTION
1.V+8
REPLACE IC
1

7.GND
Q53
JA52 Q52 8.FLAC4
9.XRST
MFD.BY LITTE
R41

10.V+5
E

11.TSDI
D

W456

W481

W482

CONTACT SIDE

12.V7AL
SI

R62
W483

W484

13.TSCS
R

GNDD
TE

14.GND
C57

15.TSDO
AC

491.200
IC59

16.VLDD
AR

W457

R70 17.TSCLK
H
C

V+5P

D W458
Q54

V+7M
W450

C65

V+7M
GND

W451
V+5P

W446
W445

W449

W448
GND

C
17

W447
V+5P
E CN50 CN56

CN56
I CN802
G CN501

C
56 CDJ-800MK2
1 2 3 4
5 6 7 8

SIDE A
A

IC53

IC54

IC61

C
IC58
IC50

CAUTION ATTENTION Q51


D
REPLACE IC LINKS AS MARKED. SECB REMPLACER LE IC LINK
COMME INDIQUE.
MFD.BY LITTELFUSE INC. DWR1309 Q53 Q52
DE CHEZ LITTELFUSE INC.
GNDD

W701
W459
V+3D
V+5
491.200

CN53 CONTACT SIDE


IC59
IC60
C72
V+7M

Q54
C65

A IC60
W451

1 25
C66

W452
V+6B
18.JSDATA

22.CONT1

24.CONT2
4.GNDM
5.GNDM
6.GNDM

25.TSCLK
10.GNDD
11.GNDD
12.GNDD
13.GNDD
14.GNDD

16.GNDS
1.V+7M
2.V+7M
3.V+7M

23.TSDO
21.TSCS
20.RMIN
15.V+6B

17.V+5P

19.TSDI
8.V+3D
9.V+3D
7.V+8A

CN53 (DNP2132-C)

A CN301

C
CDJ-800MK2 57
5 6 7 8
1 2 3 4

SIDE B
A

C SECB ASSY

0 1 A 2.F
D 0 1 2 3 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
B
C 3.GN
0 1 4.GND
5.GND
-GNDS- 6.FLAC3
7.GND
-GNDD- 8.FLAC4
9.XRST
10.V+5
-GNDM- 11.TSDI
IC55 12.V7AL
13.TSCS
-V+3D- 14.GND
15.TSDO
-V+7M- SECB 16.VLDD
17.TSCLK
DWR1309 LF
IC60

D62

-V+6B-
C67

CN53 IC57
-V+8-
C71
1 2

25 1
4 5
25.TSCLK
24.CONT2
23.TSDO
22.CONT1
21.TSCS

20.RMIN
19.TSDI
18.JSDATA
17.V+5P
16.GNDS
15.V+6B
14.GNDD
13.GNDD
12.GNDD
11.GNDD
10.GNDD
9.V+3D
8.V+3D
7.V+8A
6.GNDM
5.GNDM
4.GNDM
3.V+7M
2.V+7M
1.V+7M

-V+5P-
C77

(DNP2132-C) CN53

C
58 CDJ-800MK2
1 2 3 4
5 6 7 8

SIDE B
A

B
CN52

IC54
IC53
11

CN52
11.V+6B 1
6
10.GND
9.V+10B

IC61
8.GND
7.GND
CN51

D56

1.V+10B
6.V+3D
5.GND
4.V+6B
3.V+7A
2.GND
6.GND
5.VLOD

4.FLAC4
IC50

3.FLAC3
C
IC58

2.FLAC2
SOLDER
ADD

JA51
1.FLAC1
1

R81 R82
CN51

R60

C76
C63
D51
D59

IC56
D58

C59
C58
4 1
R53
R52

R51

1.FLAC2 C62
2.FLAC1 D
3

5 8 IC51 IC51
R61

3.GND
CN50
Q51
R63

4.GND ADD SOLDER


3.V-7
1

5.GND
6.FLAC3 2.V+8 D57
59
L56

7.GND 1.V+8
8.FLAC4
R65

9.XRST
CN56

Q52

10.V+5
R66

R79

JA52
R64

11.TSDI
1

12.V7AL
D52

Q53
R72

13.TSCS
R77
14.GND 3 58
IC59

15.TSDO 1
16.VLDD IC52 R78 IC52
17.TSCLK 4 5
IC57
C56

D53
D54
R50

D55

C55
Q54

R71
C77

17

CN50 E

CN56

NOTE : The encircled numbers denote measuring point.

C
CDJ-800MK2 59
5 6 7 8
1 2 3 4

4.4 TRNS ASSY

SIDE A SIDE A
A

D TRNS ASSY
E CN 1
J2

PRIMARY

BRN

VLT

BLU
J3
B J2 (KUC/JJ,
W514 DWR1371 WY/WA)
W513
DWR1428 (RLF)

TRNS
SECONDARY

C
T21

ICP21
J11

491005 491.630
ICP25
D
MFD.BY LITTELFUSE INC.
REPLACE IC
CAUTION

491005
ICP22
49103.5
ICP24
49103.5
ICP23

LINKS AS MARKED.
11

E 11.V+6B
10.GND
CN22

9.V+10B
8.GND
7.GND
6.GND
C CN51
5.VLD
4.FLAC4
3.FLAC3
2.FLAC2
CN22

1.FLAC1
1

(DNP2132-C)

IC22 IC21 IC25 IC23 IC24


F

D D
60 CDJ-800MK2
1 2 3 4
5 6 7 8

SIDE B SIDE B
A

D TRNS ASSY

J2

PRIMARY
B

C25
19
ADD SOLDER

C21
18

C22
17

C23
16
3

C24
SECONDARY
15

C26
14
4

C27
C

13

C28
12
5

C29
11
10

C30
COMME INDIQUE.

C31
9
D26
D27
8

IC25
IC21

D25

D21
D28
D
IC22

D22
IC24
DE CHEZ LITTELFUSE INC.

IC23
D24
REMPLACER LE IC LINK
ATTENTION

D23

LF
11

TRNS

11.V+6B E
10.GND
9.V+10B
CN22

8.GND
7.GND
6.GND
5.VLD
4.FLAC4
3.FLAC3
2.FLAC2
1.FLAC1
1

CN22

(DNP2132-C)

IC24 IC23 IC25 IC21 IC22


F

D D
CDJ-800MK2 61
5 6 7 8
1 2 3 4

4.5 AC IN ASSYS

SIDE A SIDE A
A

E ACIN ASSY

L1

T mAL V T AL V
NEUTRAL W500 W501
FU8001
AN1

C2

H2
H1
C
AC IN

C3
AN1

RISK OF FIRE - REPLACE C1


W498
DWR1429 FUSE AS
W497 DWR1430 MARKED. CN1
W496 DWR1431
LIVE W495 DWR1432
/KUC/JJ/WY/WA
3

S1
2
VOLTAGE SELECTOR
S2

220-240V

CN1
D J2
1

POWER SW
OFF ON
/RLF

ACIN
1
W487

W474

D
110-120V

PRIMARY
W485

W486

FU8001 W8001

LITTELFUSE INC. 21801.6

(DNP2132-C)

E E
62 CDJ-800MK2
1 2 3 4
5 6 7 8

SIDE B SIDE B
A

E ACIN ASSY

NEUTRAL

ADD SOLDER
C

1NA
S1
CN1
POWER SW LIVE
3

ON OFF
2.NEUTRAL LF
1.LIVE ADD SOLDER
CN1

VOLTAGE SELECTOR
220-240V
ACIN
S12
3.NEUTRAL
1

2.220-240V
1.110-120V

D
100-110V
PRIMARY

(DNP2132-C)

E E
CDJ-800MK2 63
5 6 7 8
1 2 3 4

4.6 DFLB ASSY

SIDE A
A

G DFLB ASSY

C CN56
CN501

S501
B B1
D505
Q501
W592

W591
17 CN501
W586

53 49 42

W590
W589
W588

C531

C505
S502
D506 FL HOLDER

C502
B2
W587

W557

W596
W558
W553

W568
W569
W551

W570
W571
W559
W560
W561
W562
W563

W564
W565
W566
W593

W594

W595
W552
1

W554
C S503 TIME TEXT

W555
D507
B4 S510 S509

W536

W567
W535
W531

W534

W538
DWG1623
DWG1646

D503 D504

W537
D501 D502

W539
S504 W556
D508
W533

B8
W532

W527

S513
W702

W703

D512 RELOOP
W521

W526
W520

LOOP-IN LOOP-OUT
DFLB

S511 S512
D W523
CN500
W525
W522

1 W524
W518

W519
W507

13
W512

S514
W509

REV D510 D511


CN500

K CN600
W508

W511
4.GNDAD
8.CLED
7.PLED

2.PLAY
1.KEY0

W510
6.V7AL
5.GND

3.CUE

CN502
8
1
E

CN502

H CN1502

G
64 CDJ-800MK2
1 2 3 4
5 6 7 8

SIDE A
A

Production Code B
ICT FC
W603

W604

W605

W608

W613
W600

W602

W616

W609 W610 W611 W615


1
W614
V501
W617
MEMORY
W607
DELL
W606
W596
W597
W598
W599
W601

W573

W612
S507
W568
W569

W570
W571

W578 S508

W585
W594

W577
W595

W576
W575
W579 C
<CALL CALL>
W574
W545

W544
W546

W547
W580
W567

W581

W584
W582
W583
F- S506 S505
F+ X501
S515 S516
W539

W548 W549
W543

C506
S517
W540
W541
W542
W572

W550
D509
CN503
W529
W528

1
QUICK

J CN1503
RETURN
1.GNDF

W530
2.V5AD

CN503
3.ADIN D

4.ADCT
5.GNDAD
W515

6.JVOL
7.KEY1SL
8.VINL
11

9.MTL
10.TEMPOL
11.GND

(DNP2132-C)

G
CDJ-800MK2 65
5 6 7 8
D

R581
Q
55

RELOO

R582
/EXIT

C535
R583 BK
S513

LAT C536
R584
R569 SDO C537
R567 SCLK C538 R563
R568
56
57

XRST

TXD
C

RXD
SCLK
VCC
BUSY GND
GND
XRST
4

D515

4
CNVSS
XRST
GND R548 R525
C539
R560
R528
R524 R571
R555
GND

S515
R554 F-
R523 R526
LF

R527 R573 R558


R572
R575
C526 51 50
R574
BUSY
R509
RXD
1 31 R570
50
3

3
80
GND

IC
R576
C511
C512 R532
C513 30 R533

R522
C514 R519

R559
GND

81
C515

CDJ-800MK2
C532 C533
C516

F+
C521

C522

X501
C517 C529

S516
C518 10

R500
GND

0
1

1
C519

CNVSS
C520

72

1
5
FLAC2 C523 R513

C527

R521

49
GND

C525
C524 R557

GND
DFLB

V+5
R512
C528
GND
2

2
IC502
R579
R520 GND
C507 V+5
R517
S508 V7AL
R515

<CALL
R514

Q508
G DFLB ASSY
Q512

Q510
R516 S506 Q511

DELL
R545
R552

RETURN
R550

QUICK
D509
R551
R546

A
V5AD
S517

MEMORY

CALL>

5.GNDAD
1.GNDF

4.ADCT
2.V5AD

)C-2312PND(
6.JVOL
3.ADIN
S507 S505

10.TEMPOL
7.KEY1SL
1 11

8.VINL
9.MTL

11.GND
1

1
GNDF
CN503
SIDE B
CN503

G
66
C

D
A

F
5 6 7 8

SIDE B
A

CN501
Q506
D514
D513
R568
R567
R569
R584
R583
R582
R581
C501

R506

CONTACT SIDE
Q502
Q501

B1 B

S501
D505
FLAC2

VLDD
Q513 Q503
SCLK
SDO

47 Q507
LAT

R501
ADD SOLDER
BK

17
V+5 Q504
Q508
57

R538
VLDD
TXD

V+5

FLAC2
54
RXD

R566
R565
R564
C503

FLAC1

CN501
R505

R578

R537
56 Q512
C504

55 48
C538
C537
C536
C535

TDDI 52 16.FLAC1
14.GND B2 Q511
C534
R561
C508

12.FLAC3
V+5

IC503 V+5
10.FLAC4

S502
5 4

D506
GND

R518
Q510
51
1
3
53 Q505
17.FLAC2
GND

73 50

1
V+5

15.GND

R502
13.GND

R539
R540
CN501
XRST TEXT 11.GND C
C509

8.V+5
6.V7AL
9.XRST B4 Q509
TIME 4.GND
7.TSDI
5.TSCS
2.VLDD
3.TSDO
GND

S503
1.TSCLK

D507
Q506
B
R536

R534

V7AL
V7AL

13.FLAC4

R503
GND
R535

12.FLAC3
Q502

R541
Q513 Q503 11.JBK
V7AL
R563

R542
10.JXSTB

CN500
R562

9.JSDO
V7AL
V7AL

Q507 8.JSCLK
D503

D502
D504

7.TCH
B8
R543

6.VLDD
D501 R553

S513
R531

D512 LOOP-OUT LOOP-IN


S504
VLDD

D508

RELOOP
S512

S511

V7AL

/EXIT
V7AL

R544

5.JOG1
R504

4.GND
3.JOG2
CN500
2.GND
1.V+5
D
V7AL
V+5

V7AL

1 13 8.CLED
7.PLED
CN502

6.V7AL
CONTACT 5.GND
R547

SIDE
R556

4.GNDAD
R511
R510

3.CUE
Q509
2.PLAY
REV

1.KEY0
D510
V+5

R549

D511

S514

V7AL

CN502
1
8
E

CN500 CN502

NOTE : The encircled numbers denote measuring point.

G
CDJ-800MK2 67
5 6 7 8
1 2 3 4

4.7 REGB and JACK ASSYS

SIDE A SIDE A
A

F REGB ASSY

IC92 IC91 IC92 IC91


W503 W504

C96 C93

B DWR1310
REGB
1.V+10B

6.V+3D
3.V+7A
4.V+6B
2.GND

5.GND
1 6 J91

(DNP2132-C)
J91

C CN52
C

I JACK ASSY

D
DWG1626

JA802
JA801
R4 C834 C804

W488 L4
R3 L3
C836

C833 C803
W475

W477
C838

C805

IC801 IC801
8
C807

L2
JACK

C806

C808

R2
W476

5
4

E W466
W461
R1 L1
C801
W460 C831
W465

W463
DE
SI W467
W462
CT
N TA 9
CN801

W464 CO
8.G CH
7.G ND

A CN701
9.L
6.R ND
5 CH

W454
4.M 8A
E
UT
+

1
V

80
.

1
W453 CN
1.D ND
T

2.G A
OU

-7
3.V
2.V+8
1.V+8
3.V-7

3 CN802 1

F (DNP2132-C)
CN802

F I C CN50 F I
68 CDJ-800MK2
1 2 3 4
B

F
C

D
A

69
SIDE B

F I
8
8

Q832

Q802

Q801
Q831

(DNP2132-C)
(DNP2132-C)

JA802
C813
7

7
C809
R840
R821

NOTE : The encircled numbers denote measuring point.


DOUT
LF
DWR1310 1.V+10B 3.V-7
R820

CN802
2.GND 2.V+8
REGB C94

Q831
R841 1.V+8
1

R839

CDJ-800MK2
CN802
R832
J91

3
IC92 Q832
D92 R834 D831
R838 R836
C832
REGB ASSY

1
JACK ASSY
C95 R835 4
6

R92 1 1.DOUT
C811 2.GND

CN801
LF

1
R818 R837 R833 3.V-7A

R816
J91

IC801 R831 4.MUTE


R91 R811
5.V+8A

C812
3.V+7A R804

R
D91 5 6.RCH
4.V+6B

1
CN 9
7.GND

80
5.GND
C91

8 8.GND
6.V+3D R807 9.LCH

Q802
R95 R802
JA801 R808 R806
C810
6

6
R94

R803
C92

L
C802
Q801 R801
IC91
R93 R815
R809 D801

47
R805
R810
F

I
R814

40

5
5

SIDE B

F I
1 2 3 4

4.8 KSWB ASSY

SIDE A SIDE A
A

H KSWB ASSY KSWB


DWS1386 S1501

PLAY
B
D1504
D1503

S1502

C
CUE
D1502

D1501

W516
W517

133mm

W505

W506

S1506
D

S1505
SEARCH-F
113mm

SEARCH-R
W502

W499
E S1504

S1503
T-SEARCH-F

W489

T-SEARCH-R
4.GNDAD

8.CLED
7.PLED
1.KEY0
2.PLAY

6.V7AL
5.GND
3.CUE
CN1502

W478
CN1502
F
G CN502 1 8
(DNP2132-C)

H H
70 CDJ-800MK2
1 2 3 4
5 6 7 8

SIDE B SIDE B
A

H KSWB ASSY
B
PLAY

S1501

D1504
D1503
Q1502 Q1502

KSWB

R1507
B

R1506
DWS1386
LF

CUE
S1502
D1502

D1501
C
Q1501
Q1501
R1505
R1504

SEARCH-F
C1501

S1506

D
S1505

R1503
R1502

SEARCH-R

E
T-SEARCH-F
S1504

R1501

T-SEARCH-R
S1503

A
4.GNDAD
8.CLED
7.PLED

2.PLAY
1.KEY0
6.V7AL
5.GND

3.CUE

8 1
F
CN1502 (DNP2132-C)

CN1502
H H
CDJ-800MK2 71
5 6 7 8
1 2 3 4

4.9 JFLB ASSY

SIDE A
A

K JFLB ASSY

1.FLAC4
2.FLAC3
IC603
491.200
CAUTION
3.JBK REPLACE IC L

E
4.JXSTB
5.JSDO
MFD.BY LITTELFU
6.JSCLK

Q604
B
7.TCH
8.VLDD
9.JOG1
ATTENT
10.GNDD REMPLACER LE I
COMME INDIQUE

CN600
11.JOG2
12.GNDD

IC601
13.V+5V DE CHEZ LITTELF
V601

CONTACT SIDE-UP
VLDD
1

W138
C

GNDD
G CN500

VLDJ
CN600

CN600

W134
W139
FLAC3

W136

W137
W133
13

W128
W127

V+5V

W135
W129

W130
FLAC3

W132
W131

W122
JOG1

JOG2

VLDJ
D
GNDD

GNDD

GNDD
V+5V

W118
W125
VLDJ
W124

C601 W123
GNDD

W121
Q603
R600

W120
Q602
C600

VLDJ E
Q601

E
4.GNDD
1.JOG1
2.JOG2
3.V+5V

CN601
1 4 1
5 6 9 13 23
W201
C608

C602

CN601

L CN1601 Production code

K
72 CDJ-800MK2
1 2 3 4
5 6 7 8

SIDE A
A

AUTION IC603

PLACE IC LINKS AS MARKED.


D.BY LITTELFUSE INC.

ATTENTION DWG1624 Q604


B
MPLACER LE IC LINK
MME INDIQUE.
CHEZ LITTELFUSE INC. JFLB 2/2 IC601
R

D
GNDD

FC
C606
W118
W125
Q603

GNDD
JSDO

Q603
Q602
E

W126
3

1.TCH
W119 2.NC Q601
3.GNDD
CN602

23 30 38
1

code SHEET SW

F
(DNP2133-D)

K
CDJ-800MK2 73
5 6 7 8
1 2 3 4

SIDE B
A

K JFLB ASSY

LF
DWG1624 J
B 2/2

GNDD
C605
R619
R611
R618

JSDO
C614
C613

C612
C611

Q603
GNDD
R610
C604
R617
R616

3.GNDD
VH

2.NC
PG
LG
3

1.TCH
66
1

C603
LAT
BK

CLK
5V
F2

SI

CN602

0 1
0 1 2 3
0 1

F
(DNP2133-D)

K
74 CDJ-800MK2
1 2 3 4
D

K
C614
C613

4
LAT
BK
SI C612
C611
5V

NP2133-D)
JSDO

0
C603

1
LF
GNDD

0 1 2 3
Q603

R609
5

5
R606
R607
R608 FLAC4
2G
GNDD
JFLB

0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
1G IC603

Q2 VLDJ

B
A

C
Q1 E
Q602

Q2
TCH
C609 E

VLDJ
GNDD D604
Q604
R604 R605 C610
NC
R612

VLDJ
NC D603

1
5
C607 D605
R603 R614 R624
R615
IC602
F1
GNDD V+5V
4.GNDD

6
6

3.JBK

7.TCH

4
13.V+5V

VLDJ
11.JOG2
3.V+5V Q601

9.JOG1
8.VLDD
5.JSDO

12.GNDD
10.GNDD
6.JSCLK
4.JXSTB
2.FLAC3
1.FLAC4
V+5V
E

CN601
2.JOG2 FLAC3 FLAC3
R623

CN601
IC601
R622

1
GNDD
1.JOG1 R621
VLDD

63
R620 JOG2
61
R601
R602 JOG1 R613
D601
D602
13 1

CDJ-800MK2
65
64
62
60

CN600

7
7

CN600

NOTE : The encircled numbers denote measuring point.


IC602
8

8
K
SIDE B

75
E
A

D
C

F
B
1 2 3 4

4.10 SLDB ASSY

SIDE A
A

J SLDB ASSY

W104
SLDB DWS1387 2/2 D1553
S1551
D

MASTER TEMPO
VR1551
W103
B

W101
R

SIDE B

CN1503
D
J SLDB ASSY 69
TEMPOL
KEY1SL
GNDAD

GNDD2
GNDF

ADCT
V5AD

JVOL
ADIN

VINL
MTL

1 11
CN1503
C1554

GNDF 67
GNDF ADIN

MASTER
R1561

C1560 ADCT

TEMPO
GNDAD

GNDAD

TEMPO

R1565
R1564

68
R1555

V5AD
V5AD
VINYL

GNDF
GNDD2
C1561

R1551

GNDAD
R1563
R1554
A

D1552

R1557
C1558
R1553

D1553
VR1552
EJECT

R1552
C1559
R1556

V5AD
C1563

D1558
S1554

S1553
D1559

R1560
C1562

GNDAD
C1557
R1559

E D1551
C
R1558

VINYL SPEED ADJUST S1552 S1551

ADD SOLDER

J
76 CDJ-800MK2
1 2 3 4
5 6 7 8

SIDE A
A
G CN503
CN1503

TEMPOL

KEY1SL
GNDD2

JVOL
GNDAD
ADCT
ADIN
V5AD
VINL

GNDF
MTL
W115
11 1
W112 W117 GNDF
CN1503

C1577
GNDF
W110 ADIN
C1551

S1551 S1552 W108 ADCT

W113

W114
D1553 D1552
V5AD
TEMPO

LED
W111

GNDAD

GNDAD
W106

W116
B

W109
GNDAD

GNDD2
GNDF
D1551

EJECT
W105

W107

S1554
VINYL

D1559
S1553

W102

VR1552
VINYL SPEED ADJUST

(DNP2133-D)

SIDE B

SLDB 2/2
B
MASTER
TEMPO

ADD SOLDER VR1551


DWS1387
ADCT
V5AD

ADCT
D1552

V5AD
R1557
C1558
R1553

D1553

C1555
Bend
R1552

Bend

D1560
C1553
R1562

D1554
D1556

C1552

D1555

GNDAD
R1560

C1557

LF
D1557

GNDF GNDAD
E
S1551 ADIN

D1561
(DNP2133-D)

NOTE : The encircled numbers denote measuring point.

J
CDJ-800MK2 77
5 6 7 8
1 2 3 4

4.11 SLMB and JOGB ASSYS

SIDE A SIDE A
A

M SLMB ASSY
SLOTSW
B

1
S190
SLOTSW

S1902
C

SLMB 2/2
L JOGB ASSY
R

DWS1388
JOGB 2/2
DWG1625

R
D1601

B CN1105
CN1901
3

D
1
4.GNDD
3.V+5V
2.JOG2
1.JOG1

4 1 CN1601
CN1901

3.LPS2
2.GND
1.LPS1

(DNP2133-D) (DNP2133-D)

CN1601

E K CN601

M L M L
78 CDJ-800MK2
1 2 3 4
5 6 7 8

SIDE B SIDE B
A

M SLMB ASSY
SLOTSW
B

S1901
SLOTSW

S1902
C

SLMB
L JOGB ASSY

LF
DWS1388
2/2
JOGB
DWG1625
2/2
C1601
R1603

C1602
D1601
LF

CN1901

D
R1602

CN1901

R1601
1.JOG1

1
2.JOG2
3.V+5V
4.GNDD

1 3.LPS2
2.GND
CN1601 4 1.LPS1

(DNP2133-D) (DNP2133-D)

CN1601

M L M L
CDJ-800MK2 79
5 6 7 8
1 2 3 4

5. PCB PARTS LIST


NOTES: Parts marked by "NSP" are generally unavailable because they are not in our Master Spare Parts List.
The mark found on some component parts indicates the importance of the safety factor of the part.
A Therefore, when replacing, be sure to use parts of identical designation.
When ordering resistors, first convert resistance values into code form as shown in the following examples.
Ex.1 When there are 2 effective digits (any digit apart from 0), such as 560 ohm and 47k ohm (tolerance is shown by J=5%,
and K=10%).
560 Ω 56 x 10 1 561 RD1/4PU 5 6 1 J
47k Ω 47 x 10 3 473 RD1/4PU 4 7 3 J
0.5 Ω R50 RN2H R 5 0 K
1Ω 1R0 RS1P 1 R 0 K
Ex.2 When there are 3 effective digits (such as in high precision metal film resistors).
5.62k Ω 562 x 10 1 5621 RN1/4PC 5 6 2 1 F

B 7 LIST OF HOLE PCB ASSEMBLIES


CDJ-800MK2/ CDJ-200MK2/ CDJ-800MK2/
Mark Symbol and Description
KUCXJ WYXJ5 RLFXJ
NSP 1..MOTHER ASSY DWM2232 DWM2232 DWM2232
2..MAIN ASSY DWG1622 DWG1622 DWG1622
2..RLYB ASSY DWX2602 DWX2602 DWX2602

NSP 1..DISP ASSY DWM2234 DWM2233 DWM2236


2..DFLB ASSY DWG1623 DWG1623 DWG1623
2..JACK ASSY DWG1626 DWG1626 DWG1626
2..SECB ASSY DWR1309 DWR1309 DWR1309
2..REGB ASSY DWR1310 DWR1310 DWR1310
C 2..TRNS ASSY DWR1371 DWR1371 DWR1428

2..ACIN ASSY DWR1430 DWR1429 DWR1432


2..KSWB ASSY DWS1386 DWS1386 DWS1386

NSP 1..SUB ASSY DWM2237 DWM2237 DWM2237


2..JFLB ASSY DWG1624 DWG1624 DWG1624
2..JOGB ASSY DWG1625 DWG1625 DWG1625

2..SLDB ASSY DWS1387 DWS1387 DWS1387


2..SLMB ASSY DWS1388 DWS1388 DWS1388

D 7 CONTRAST OF PCB ASSEMBLIES

E ACIN ASSY
DWR1430, DWR1429 and DWR1432 are constructed the same except for the following :
Mark Symbol and Description DWR1430 DWR1429 DWR1432
> AN1 1P AC INLET XKP3042 XKP3041 XKP3041
> CN1 2P VH CONNECTOR B2P3-VH B2P3-VH B2P3-VH
> CN1 3P VH CONNECTOR Not used Not used B3P5-VH
> S2 VOLTAGE SELECTOR Not used Not used DSA1026

E
D TRNS ASSY
DWR1371 and DWR1428 are constructed the same except for the following :
Mark Symbol and Description DWR1371 DWR1428
> J2 CONNECTOR ASSY DKP3621 Not used
> J3 CONNECTOR ASSY Not used DKP3720

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7 PCB PARTS LIST FOR CDJ-800MK2 UNLESS OTHER WISE NOTED
Mark No. Description Part No. Mark No. Description Part No.
C161–C164, C307, C309, C312 CKSRYB104K16

A MAIN ASSY
C314, C318, C319, C322–C335 CKSRYB104K16 A
C339–C348, C350–C355 CKSRYB104K16
SEMICONDUCTORS C358, C359, C361, C363, C366 CKSRYB104K16
> IC307, IC703 C368, C370, C372, C373, C725 CKSRYB104K16
BD00KA5WFP
IC304 BU4230G
C728–C730, C746–C758 CKSRYB104K16
IC701 DSPC56371AF180
C145, C147, C148 CKSRYB105K10
IC300 DYW1753
C320, C356, C360 CKSRYB105K6R3
IC303 K4S641632K-UC75
C152 CKSRYB152K50
C120, C128 CKSRYB153K50
IC102 M63018FP
> IC305 MM1561JF
> IC306 C130, C131, C155 CKSRYB223K50
MM1562FF
> IC704 C123, C127 CKSRYB333K25
NJM2880U1-05
> IC100 NJM2885DL1-33 B

IC104 NJM2903M RESISTORS


IC103 NJU7013F R300, R747 RAB4C103J
IC702 PE8001A R154, R155, R170, R171 RS1/16S1002F
IC301 SCF5249VM140 R733 RS1/16S1801F
IC308 TC74VHC08FTS1 R132, R133, R743 RS1/16S2202F
R168, R321, R742 RS1/16S3302F
IC309 TC7SET08FUS1
IC311, IC312 TC7SH08FUS1 R734 RS1/16S3901F
IC105 TC7W04FU R322 RS1/16S5602F
IC106 TC7W08FU R131 RS1/16S8201F
IC310 TC7WU04FU R392 RS1/16SS000J
Other Resistors RS1/16S###J C
IC101 TC94A15FG
IC302 XC3S50-4VQG100C
Q101 2SA1036K OTHERS
Q707 2SC2412K CN701 CONNECTOR CKS4176
Q302, Q303 2SC4081 CN102 CONNECTOR 13P CKS4179
CN301 CONNECTOR CKS4192
Q705 DTA124EUA CN101 32P FFC CONNECTOR DKN1447
Q304 DTA143EUA KN301 EARTH METAL FITTING VNF1109
Q301, Q305, Q706 DTC124EUA
D101–D104 1SS355

COILS AND FILTERS


B RLYB ASSY
SWITCHES AND RELAYS D
X301 (16.9 MHz) VSS1084 S1101 VSH1018

CAPACITORS CAPACITORS
C160, C338 CCSRCH101J50 C1108 CEVW220M6R3
C315, C316 CCSRCH150J50 C1105, C1107 CKSRYB103K50
C146 CCSRCH221J50 C1104, C1109 CKSRYB104K16
C142, C143 CCSRCH391J50
C126, C153, C313, C317, C321 CCSRCH470J50
OTHERS
C118, C337, C357 CCSRCH471J50 CN1106 PH CONNECTOR 2P(SMT) AKM1273
C122, C154 CCSRCH680J50 CN1105 PH CONNECTOR 3P(SMT) AKM1274 E
C135 CCSRCH681J50 CN1102 24P FFC CONNECTOR DKN1445
C100, C101, C700, C702 CEHVW101M10 CN1101 32P FFC CONNECTOR DKN1447
C105, C106, C301 CEHVW101M6R3 CN1104 4P FFC CONNECTOR VKN1409

C302, C304, C306, C712 CEHVW220M6R3

C SECB ASSY
C701, C703–C706 CEHVW470M16
C102–C104 CEHVW470M6R3
C132, C718 CKSRYB102K50 SEMICONDUCTORS
C111, C129, C136, C141 CKSRYB103K50 > IC53, IC61 AEK7008
> IC58–IC60 AEK7023
C156–C158, C165–C168, C303 CKSRYB103K50 > IC54 AEK7065
C305, C731–C734, C743 CKSRYB103K50 IC50 BA00BC0WCP-V5
C107–C110, C112–C117, C119 CKSRYB104K16 > IC57 F
BA50BC0WFP
C121, C124, C134, C137–C140 CKSRYB104K16
C144, C149–C151, C159 CKSRYB104K16 > IC51 NJM2374AM
IC52 TC7S04FU

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Mark No. Description Part No. Mark No. Description Part No.
Q51 2SB1238X CAPACITORS
Q52, Q54 2SD1859X C21–C31 CKSRYB473K50
> Q53 2SD2012
A
D55 1SS355 OTHERS
D51, D58, D59 EP05Q04 > J2 DKP3621
D56, D57 NNCD6.2MF CN22 11P CONNECTOR S11B-XH-A-1
D53 UDZS30(B) PCB BINDER VEF1040
D52 UDZS5R1(B)

COILS AND FILTERS


L56 CTF1386
D TRNS ASSY (DWR1428)
SEMICONDUCTORS
L51 DTL1083 > IC25 AEK7006
L61 LRCA180J > IC23, IC24 AEK7017
> IC21, IC22 AEK7019
B
> D25–D28 1SR154-400
CAPACITORS > D21–D24 RB060L-40
C59 CCSRCH181J50
C58 CCSRCH220J50
C50, C60, C64 CEHAT101M10 CAPACITORS
C57 CEHAT1R0M50 C21–C31 CKSRYB473K50
C54 CEHAT221M2A

C61, C65, C66, C72 CEHAT330M25


OTHERS
C56, C71 CKSRYB103K50
> J3 CONNECTOR ASSY DKP3620
C55, C63, C67, C76, C77 CKSRYB104K16
CN22 11P CONNECTOR S11B-XH-A-1
C62 DCH1200
PCB BINDER VEF1040
C52, C53 DCH1223
C
C51 DCH1224

E ACIN ASSY (DWR1429)


COILS AND FILTERS
RESISTORS
R41 RD1/2VM102J > L1 VTL-004
R74 RD1/2VM271J
R70 RD1/2VM330J
R73 RD1/2VM471J SWITCHES AND RELAYS
R62 RD1/2VM562J > S1 RSA1001

R81 RS1/16S1203F
D R51, R82 RS1/16S2202F CAPACITORS
R52 RS1/16S4701F > C2, C3 ACE7027
R53 RS1/4SA4R7J > C1 ACG7033
Other Resistors RS1/16S###J

OTHERS
OTHERS H1, H2 FUSE CLIP AKR1004
CN52 6P JUMPER CONNECTOR 52147-0610 > CN1 2P-VH CONNECTOR B2P3-VH
JA52 MINI JACK AKN7003 > AN1 AC INLET 1P XKP3041
CN50 FFC BOTTOM CONNECTOR B3B-PH-K
CN56 FFC CONNECTOR 17P HLEM17S-1

E
CN51 11P SOCKET

JA51 JACK
KP250NA11

RKN1004
E ACIN ASSY (DWR1430)
COILS AND FILTERS
PCB BINDER VEF1040 > L1 VTL-004
CN53 25P FFC CONNECTOR VKN1256
KN51 WRAPPING TERMINAL VNF1084
SWITCHES AND RELAYS
HEAT SINK VNH1074
> S1 RSA1001

D TRNS ASSY (DWR1371)


SEMICONDUCTORS
CAPACITORS
> C2, C3 ACE7027
> C1 ACG7033
> IC25 (630 mA) AEK7006
> IC23, IC24 (3.5 A) AEK7017
> IC21, IC22 (5.0 A) AEK7019
F
> D25–D28
OTHERS
1SR154-400
H1, H2 FUSE CLIP AKR1004
> D21–D24 RB060L-40
> CN1 2P-VH CONNECTOR B2P3-VH
> AN1 AS INLET 1P XKP3042
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Mark No. Description Part No. Mark No. Description Part No.
C534 CCSRCH121J50
C535–C537 CCSRCH330J50

E ACIN ASSY (DWR1432)


COILS AND FILTERS
C531
C506
CEHAR100M16
CEHAR101M10 A

> L1 VTL-004 C502 CEHAR220M35


C505 CEHAR330M10
C511–C520, C523–C525 CKSRYB102K50
SWITCHES AND RELAYS C501, C507, C526–C529 CKSRYB103K50
> S2 DSA1026 C504, C508 CKSRYB104K16
> S1 RSA1001
C521, C522 CKSRYB105K6R3
C503 CKSRYF104Z50
CAPACITORS
> C2, C3 ACE7027
> C1 ACG7033
RESISTORS
Other Resistors RS1/16S###J B

F REGB ASSY
SEMICONDUCTORS
OTHERS
CN500 FFC BOTTOM CONNECTOR 13P52492-1320
> IC91, IC92 CN501 FFC BOTTOM VONNEVTOR 17P52492-1720
BA00BC0WCP-V5
V501 VFD DEL1059
FL HOLDER DNF1736
CN502 8P SOCKET KP200IB8L
CAPACITORS
C93, C96 CEHAR101M10 CN503 B TO B CONNECTOR 11P VKN1363
C91, C92, C94, C95 CKSRYB103K50

C
RESISTORS
R93 RS1/16S1002F
H KSWB ASSY
SEMICONDUCTORS
R94, R95 RS1/16S1202F Q1501, Q1502 2SC4081
R91 RS1/16S3902F D1501, D1502 SLI-343YCW(RST)
R92 RS1/16S8201F D1503, D1504 TLGE68TG(NP)

OTHERS SWITCHES AND RELAYS


6P CABLE HOLDER 51048-0600 S1501, S1502 DSG1079
J91 JUMPER WIRE D20PDY0610E S1503-S1506 VSG1024
REGULATOR PLAT DNH2707
D
RESISTORS
G DFLB ASSY
SEMICONDUCTORS
Other Resistors RS1/16S###J

IC502 BU4242G
IC501 PEG237B
OTHERS
CN1502 8P PLUG AKM7032
IC503 TC7SET08FUS1
Q501 2SB1237X
Q502–Q513 2SC4081

D515 1SS355 I JACK ASSY


SEMICONDUCTORS
D510, D511 SLI-343URCW(RST)
D501–D508, D512 SLI-343YCW(RST) IC801 NJM4558DX E
D509 TLGE68TG(NP) Q801, Q802, Q831, Q832 2SD2114K
D514 UDZS6R2(B) D801, D831 1SS355

COILS AND FILTERS CAPACITORS


X501 (16.0 MHz) DSS1149 C803, C805, C807, C833 CEHAT101M16
C802, C809, C832 CKSRYB104K16
C801, C804, C831, C834 CQMBA102J50
SWITCHES AND RELAYS C806, C808, C836, C838 CQMBA152J50
S501–S504, S511–S514 DSG1079
S505–S510, S515–S517 VSG1024
RESISTORS
R806, R836 RN1/16SE1102D F
CAPACITORS Other Resistors RS1/16S###J
C532, C533, C538 CCSRCH120J50

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Mark No. Description Part No. Mark No. Description Part No.
OTHERS
OTHERS CN602 CONNECTOR CKS1072
CN802 KR CONNECTOR 3P B3B-PH-K V601 FL INDICATOR DEL1058
A JA801 2P JACK DKB1053 FL HOLDER DNF1735
JA802 1P JACK PKB1033 CN600 FFC CONNECTOR 13P HLEM13R-1
PCB BINDER VEF1040 CN601 KR CONNECTOR S4B-PH-K
CN801 9P FFC CONNECTOR VKN1240

J SLDB ASSY L JOGB ASSY


SEMICONDUCTORS
SEMICONDUCTORS D1601 GP1A038RBK
D1554–D1557 1SS355
D1551 E1L4E-9B1A(PQ)
D1553 SLI-343URCW(RST) CAPACITORS
D1552 SLI-343YCW(RST) C1601, C1602 CKSRYB103K50
B

SWITCHES AND RELAYS RESISTORS


S1551–S1554 VSG1024 Other Resistors RS1/16S###J

CAPACITORS OTHERS
C1551 CEHAR100M16 CN1601 KR CONNECTOR B4B-PH-K
C1552, C1553 CKSRYB102K50
C1558–C1561 CKSRYB103K50

C RESISTORS
M SLMB ASSY
SWITCHES AND RELAYS
R1563, R1564 RS1/16S2201F S1901, S1902 DSG1017
VR1552 DCS1062
VR1551 DCV1009
Other Resistors RS1/16S###J OTHERS
CN1901 KR CONNECTOR S3B-PH-K

OTHERS
CN1503 B–B CONNECTOR DKN1289

D
K JFLB ASSY
SEMICONDUCTORS
> IC603 AEK7057
Q601 2SB1237X
Q602, Q603 2SC1815
Q604 2SD1858X
D603 1SS355

D604 UDZS13(B)
D605 UDZS15(B)
D601 UDZS8R2(B)

E CAPACITORS
C611–C614 CCSRCH221J50
C601 CEHAR100M16
C600, C602 CEHAR101M10
C606 CEHAR220M35
C608 CEHAR330M10

C607 CKSRYB102K50
C603, C605, C609 CKSRYB103K50
C604 CKSRYF104Z50

RESISTORS
F R600 RD1/2VM680J
Other Resistors RS1/16S###J

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6. ADJUSTMENT
1.• Mode
Service
forMode Summary
checking the load on the Jog dial A
This unitmode
It is the is controlled withthe
which judges twoload
microcomputers. One microcomputer
(light/-- heavy) numerically when rotatingperforms
JOG dial.the button input and indication of FL and LED
(display
If it goessection), and the other microcomputer
into the above-mentioned drivesand
check mode of button thedisplay
playerfunction
(playerofsection).
the display part, a TOUCH/RELEASE knob is
Test
made mode
in theismaximum
prepared in each microcomputer.
(right-hand side) and arbitrary buttons are pushed once, it will become JOG load check mode and top speed
and time will displayed on a dot-matrix part.
1 Confirmation mode of the button of display section and display function
It is the mode 0.0: 0m
which confirms button input and display function.

2 The mode which confirms


Max speed the operation of the player section (use the remote control unit)
Time (msec)
Connect the remote control unit (RU-V101) to the data copy terminal of the player, and confirms the operation.

3 Version confirmation mode


Can confirm software version of eachMax speed
microcomputer. Time (msec) B
FL display

2. Confirmation Mode of the Button of Display Sectiont and Display Function


Enter this mode when turns the power on while pressing the [MEMORY] key and [TIME] key simultaneously.
It can light display part in this mode partially as follows. And it can perform each button and the input of volume and indication
normally. Further, display lights while pressing the button.

Button Display
QUICK RETURN Light LED of QUICK RETURN
Measuring method
AUTO BEAT (1, 2, 4, 8) Light LED of each beat
In this state, if you rotate the Jog dial rapidly either clockwise or counterclockwise, figures are displayed.
REVERSE Light LED of REVERSE C
For example, if "16.14 0135" is displayed, it means as follows:
CUE
16.14: Highest speed (given that the normal [1x] Light LED ofisCUE
speed when it takes 1.8 sec for the Jog dial to rotate one full turn.)
0135: TimePLAY/PAUSE
(msec) required for the Jog dial toLight
decrease
LED ofits speed from 3x speed to 1.5x speed
PLAY/PAUSE
LED
LOOP IN Light LED of LOOP IN
As to the time required for the Jog dial to decrease its speed, if the measurement is performed for several times
Light LED of LOOP OUT
repeatedly,LOOP
from OUT
the second measurement and afterward, the average of the current required time and the previous
required time is displayed. Thus, after severalLight
JOG MODE LED of VINYLthe result becomes closer to the mean.
measurements,
TEMPO RANGE Light LED of TEMPO RANGE
Notes
MASTER TEMPO Light LED of MASTER TE M PO
• Perform the measurement of load on the Jog dial more than three times.
TRACK/SEARCH - FWD Lightthe
• The measurement result is displayed only when "REMAIN",
Jog dial"M", " : ", "88"7 of
is rotated a minute
times and speed
normal "8" of high-order
"07.00" ordigit of a second
more.
TRACK/SEARCH - REV Light "88" of the track number, "A. COU" and "QUICK RETURN" D
Management value
SEARCH - FWD Light "S", "F", "8" of low order digit of a second and "88" of a frame
Jog management value: 150 ± 25 (msec)
SEARCH -REV Light all of Playing bar and frame

Load TIME MODE/AUTO


adjustment method CUE Light "+1888%" of tempo, "888" of BPM, "WIDE", "MT" and "BPM"
Remove the screw fixing the adjust plate, thenLight
RELOOP/EXIT screw it into
all FLs, the hole
JOG-FLs corresponding
and to the
LEDs of the main unit value (-1, -2, -3, +1, or +2) for a
FL to be added:
load CALL Light all the rotation display parts of JOG-FL
-1, -2, -3 : To decrease the load
MEMORY Light all CUE point marks of JOG-FL
+1, +2 : To increase the load
EJECT Light "VINYL" character and a frame (blue) of the JOG-FL center
Goes out the ring A of JOG-FL when the volume position is less than the center. And
JOG ADJUST Adjust
VOLUME plate light it when it is more than the center.
E
Goes out the ring B of JOG-FL when the volume position is less than the center. And
SLIDER-3VOLUME
light it when it is more than the center.
To decrease -2 +2 To increase
-1
the load 0 +1 the load

JOG Check Mode : CANCEL

F
POWER OFF

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7. GENERAL INFORMATION
7.1 DIAGNOSIS
7.1.1 SERVICE MODE
A
1.The outline in service mode
This machine is controlled by two microcomputers, a display microcomputer and a player microcomputer, and test mode is prepared for
each. A display microcomputer performs processing to a button input, display of FL, and lighting of LED. A player microcomputer drives
a player.

[1] Check mode of a button and a display function of a display microcomputer.


It is the mode which checks a button input and a display function.

[2] Check mode of the load of JOG dial


It is the mode which measures the load when rotating JOG dial.

[3] Check mode of operation of a player microcomputer


B It is the mode which performs the check of the mechanism and serbo of a player microcomputer of operation.
This mode consists of "player operation mode" and "test operation mode."

[4] Version check mode


It is the mode which can check the version of the software of each microcomputer.

[5] Error display list / Error display mode


The history of the contents of an error can be checked to 16 pieces.

2.Check mode of a button and a display function of a display microcomputer.


TEMPO MEMORY FL Display

C S ERV I CE
POWER ON

In this mode, it can check whether a display microcomputer can be made to turn on partially as follows, the input of each button and
volume is normal, and a display is normal. In addition, a display is turned on only while pushing the button.

If a TOUCH/RELEASE knob is made into states other than the maximum (right-hand side), it will become the check mode of button and
display function, and if each button is pushed, FL display and LED which correspond light up.
Moreover, if a knob is made into the maximum (right-hand side) and arbitrary buttons are pushed once, it will become JOG load check
mode and top speed and time will be displayed on a FL dot-matrix part. (After-mentioned)
Button, Switch FL Dot-matrix display FL Other display Light up LED
PLAY/PAUSE PLAY PLAY/PAUSE
D CUE CUE CUE
IN/REALTIME CUE IN IN/REALTIME CUE
OUT/OUT ADJAST OUT OUT/OUT ADJAST
RELOOP/EXIT RELOOP RELOOP
FOLDER <- FOLDER <-
FOLDER -> FOLDER -> 1G lights up
TRACK (|<<) TRACK |<<
TRACK (>>|) TRACK >>| (1)
REV (<<) REV << (2)
FWD (>>) FWD >> (3)
BEAT LOOP 1 BEAT 1 BEAT LOOP 1
BEAT LOOP 2 BEAT 2 BEAT LOOP 2
BEAT LOOP 4 BEAT 4 BEAT LOOP 4
E BEAT LOOP 8 BEAT 8 BEAT LOOP 8
JOG MODE JOG MODE VINYL
TEMPO TEMPO (5) TEMPO 10%/WIDE
MASTER TEMPO MASTER TE MASTER TEMPO
QUICK RETURN QUICK RET QUICK RETURN
TIME MODE/AUTO CUE TIME/ACUE
TEXT MODE TEXT MODE
DELETE All FL lights up All FL lights up All LED lights up
MEMORY MEMORY
EJECT EJECT
CUE/LOOP CALL < CALL <
CUE/LOOP CALL > CALL >
REVERSE REVERSE
F
TOUCH SENSOR TOUCH SW (4) REV

JOG rotating to FWD JOG >


JOG rotating to REV < JOG
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1 • Unspecified color : White B

5 Blue

2
Red

C
4

A display of TOUCH/RELEASE and TEMPO slider reading value

TOUCH/RELEASE and the TEMPO slider reading value is displayed in the form of a bar in 7G area of FL display part.
CUE Area : If a TOUCH/RELEASE knob is turned to the right, the number of display dots will increase.
Playing Address : If TEMPO slider knob is moved to + side, the number of display dots will increase.
D

3.Check mode of the load of JOG dial


It is the mode which judges the load (light/-- heavy) numerically when rotating JOG dial.
If it goes into the above-mentioned check mode of button and display function of the display part, a TOUCH/RELEASE knob is
made in the maximum (right-hand side) and arbitrary buttons are pushed once, it will become JOG load check mode and top speed
and time will displayed on a dot-matrix part.
0.0: 0m

Max speed Time (msec)

It goes into this mode, and a number will be displayed if JOG dial is turned with sufficient vigor. E
the rotation direction -- right-handed rotation and left-handed rotation -- either is O.K.
For example, when displayed as "8.6: 115", the following contents are shown, respectively.
8.6 = What time speed came out by the highest. (The time of turning one rotation in 1.8 seconds is made into 1 time.)
115 = Time taken for rotation to fall by 1.5 times from 3 times (msec)

It is necessary to make it rotate top speed to 7.0 or more times to measure the rotation fall time required.
When it carries out continuously several times, the time which took the average with a part for greatest ever 4 time is
displayed 2nd henceforth. Measurement which absorbed variation can be performed by performing this.

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4.Check mode of operation with a player microcomputer simple substance


TIME AUTO
MODE BEAT
A 1
Player mode of operation

POWER ON

This mode consists of "player operation mode" and "test operation mode."

〈 Player oparation mode 〉


Basic operation of SABO, such as setup, play, pause, and track search, is carried out.
Moreover, measurement of an error rate can also be performed.

〈 Test opalation mode 〉


Serbo operation is finely controllable gradually.
B * It becomes player operation mode and shifts to test operation mode by the key input in the beginning.
* The command treated here is for mainly testing a mechanism and a servo system, and is not for DJ functions, such as scan and tempo.
Function The button of the main body
〈 Player oparation mode 〉
Play(trace) / Pause PLAY/PAUSE
Track Search F/R TRACK SEARCH F/R
Error Rate Count CUE
Eject EJECT
Mode Change MASTER TEMPO

〈 Test opalation mode 〉


Servo All Off TIME
LD On/Off TEMPO
C Focus On/Off RELOOP
Spindle Kick, Tracking On/Off LOOPIN
Tracking Off LOOPOUT
Slide FWD (2mm) SEARCH FWD
Slide REV (2mm) SEARCH REV
Pickup Up/Down TEXT
Mode Change MASTER TEMPO

♦ Player operation mode command


Play(trace) / Pause
If it is in a stop state, it will set up and play.
Moreover, if it is in a play state, whenever it will push a button, a pause and a play are carried out by turns.
The address under present reproduction is displayed on FL.
D ∗ In this mode, even if it inserts a disk, an automatic setup is not carried out.
Moreover, a play is not carrying out audio reproduction, but is tracing the signal side of a disk.
At a play, a disk is traced by 4X rotation. A sound is not outputted.

Track Search F/R


It searchs in the direction of FWD or REV and stops in of the displayed track.

Error Rate Count


The error rate for about 10 seconds after the present position currently played is measured, and it displays on FL.
Usually, a track to measure is made to search and this button is inputted from a pause state.
For example, it is displayed as "3.56E-4 O.K." etc.
If an error rate is less than 3.00E-3, it will be displayed as O.K. If an error rate is larger than 3.00E-3, it will be displayed as NG.
Measurement with the managed disk at the time of factory shipments is a premise.
The product does not judge whether they are inferior goods at the time of service.
E
Eject
A disk is ejected.

Mode Change
If the MASTER TEMPO button is pushed into player operation mode, MASTER TEMPO LED will light up, and it will shift to
the below-mentioned "test operation mode."

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♦ Test operation mode command


Serbo operation is sinely controllable gradually.
Keep in mind a test operation mode command that it may give a gamage to a player sa mistaking the usage.

Servo All Off A


When serbo is ON, all serbo will be turned off if the TIME button is pushed.

LD On/Off
If the TEMPO button is pushed, On and Off of LD will change.

Focus On
If the RELOOP button is pushed when having stopped, LD will be turned on and an auto focus will be performed.

Spindle Kick, Tracking On/Off


If the LOOP IN button is pushed into tracking serbo OFF, a spindle kick is performed and automatic adjustment processing and
tracking serbo are turned on. Moreover, tracking serbo is turned off if it pushes into tracking serbo ON.

Tracking Off
Tracking serbo is turned off if the LOOP OUT button is pushed into tracking serbo ON. B

Slide FWD
If the SEARCH FWD button is pushed into tracking serbo ON, tracking serbo will be turned off and a slider will be moved
in the FWD direction about 2mm.

Slide REV
If the SEARCH REV button is pushed into tracking serbo ON, tracking serbo will be turned off and a slider will be moved
in the REV direction about 2mm.

Pickup UP/DOWN
If an TEXT button is pushed when stopped, LD will be turned on and a pickup will be moved up and down.
A focus is not made to close.
C
Mode Change
If the MASTER TEMPO button is pushed into "player operation mode", MASTER TEMPO LED will light up, and it will
shift to the below-mentioned "test operation mode."

∗ When you rise at a step in test mode, please input a command in order of "Servo All Off",
"Focus On", and "Spindle Kick, Tracking On."

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5. Version Check mode


Mode for checking the software version of each microcomputer
• How to check the software version of the Main microcomputer
A
TIME MODE AUTO
BEAT
The software version of the Display
1 microcomputer is displayed
(Ver. 1.00 for the first edition).
POWER OFF POWER ON

• How to check the software version of the Player microcomputer


RELOOP/EXIT 1 The software version of CALL 2 The software version
the Main microcomputer of the Display micro-
is displayed computer is displayed
B (Ver. 1.10 for the first (Ver. 1.10 for the first
Hold the key pressed edition). edition).
POWER ON for about 10 seconds.

CALL 4 The software version CALL 3 The software version CALL


of the FPGA is of the audio DSP
displayed processor is displayed
(Ver. 1.10 for the first (Ver. 1.10 for the first
edition). edition).

[1] Ver. 1.00 The version of the microcomputer of a player part (main microcomputer).
C
[2] disp 1.00 The version of the microcomputer of a display part.
[3] DSP 1.00 The version of the audio DSP.
[4] FPGA 1.00 The version of the FPGA.
∗ Audio DSP and FPGA are the processors which performs audio processing and various signal control, and operates independently
with a player microcomputer. However, the program is stored in FLASH-ROM of a player microcomputer, and has structure
transmitted to each processor from a player microcomputer at the time of a power supply ON.

• How to upgrade the software of the microcomputer


AUTO CDJ-800Mk2
QUICK RETURN BEAT POWER FL Display
2 d own l o a d
D

POWER ON Version up disc

POWER
FL Display
E RR OR
Failure
Repeat from
the beginning. Automatically
POWER OFF ejected (Note)

E
CDJ-800Mk2
FL Display FL Display
d own l o a d C OM P L E T E
Success Scrolling
(during downloading) Automatically ejected (Note)
Note:
• Do NOT turn off the power after the upgrade disc is loaded till it is automatically ejected. If you do, the unit may not operate
properly afterward.
• Eject a disc automatically even if updating fails.
F

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6. Error display list / Error display mode


When it cannot operate normally in the usual use, the following error numbers are displayed on a display part.
Moreover, at the time of the mode of the above-mentioned "check of the software version of a player microcomputer",
if a JOG MODE button.
A
is pushed, a detailed error (E-XX which is the number of the "contents of an error" of the following table) can be checked.
Whenever it pushes JOG MODE button, "a version display" and "an error display" are changed by the toggle.
The error which pushed JOG MODE button and appeared first is the newest error. And the past error is
displayed by pushing the CALL REV button (a push on the CALL FWD button displays the oldest error).
The error is memorized to 16 pieces.

Moreover, only "E-12" and "E-15" memorize the place (TNO : MIN:SEC:FRM) which the error generated. And it can change
with the TIME button. (Toggle operation)

Error number Error name The contents of an error

DSP PROGRAM
E-6002 A program cannot be written in DSP.
DOWNLOAD ERROR B
E-7201 TOC READ ERROR 26: TOC data cannot be read.
12 : A desired address has not been searched.
PLAYER ERROR 15 : An address cannot be read. (∗Notes
E-8301
(Starting is unusual.) 22 : Focal serbo cannot be closed.
91 : A pickup does not return to an inner circumference.
12 : A desired address has not been searched.
PLAYER ERROR
E-8302 15 : An address cannot be read.
(Reproduction is unusual.)
22 : Focal serbo cannot be closed.
PLAYER ERROR
E-8303 99: The writing of a buffer is unusual.
(The writing of a buffer is unusual.)

MP3 DECODE ERROR C


E-8304 Decoding is unusual.
(The abnormalities of decoding)

DATA FORMAT ERROR


E-8305 The format of those other than MP3
(The format of data is unusual.)
Communication of the microcomputer of a display part and
E-8709 COMMUNICATION ERROR
the microcomputer of a player part cannot be performed.

E-9101 MECHANICAL TIME OUT 90: A disk loading mechanism's abnormalities (Timeout).

∗ Notes : (1) Before a disk is recognized to be CD, when these errors take place, a disk is ejected automatically.
Although an error number is not displayed at this time, since the contents of an error are stored in the memory,
please refer to it. D
(2) E-8304 and E-8305 are not memorized by the internal memory.

An error history is clearable if a power supply is switched on pushing the QUICK RETURN button and the BEAT[4] button together.
At this time, a setup of AUTO CUE and TIME MODE turns into a setup at the time of factory shipments together.
(AUTO CUE LEVEL=-60dB, TIME MODE=REMAIN)

∗ CAUTIONT There is a function which carries out the memory of the CUE/LOOP point for the 800 maximum disks in this machine.
If an error history is cleared, since all CUE/LOOP memories will also be cleared simultaneously,
please take great care about use in this mode.

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CDJ-800MK2 RESET ROOT MAP
MAIN ASSY

1
1

A 1 2

RESET I C XRST PRGM


BU4230G MPU FPGA
DC3.3V
IC304 SCF5249VM140 XC3S50-4VQG100C
DETECT VOLTAGE 3.0V
AMADEUS SPARTAN3
DELAY TIME 70ms IC301 IC302
3
7.1.2 RESET and CLOCK MAP

2
2

A
DSP
A DSPRST DSPC56371AF180
1 IC701
4

MAIN ASSY

CDJ-800MK2
ServoDSP
SRVRST TC94A15FG
2 3 IC101

3
3

B .DFLB 5 .DFLB 5
6 .SECB
RESET I C XRST DISPLAY XRST
DC5V BU4242G PowerSupply
IC502 MPU B
DETECT VOLTAGE 4.2V
M16C/30P Series CIRCUIT
PEG237B
DELAY TIME 70ms VLD G DFLB ASSY
IC501

4
4

6
The RESET-LINE name is same as NET-NAME of schematic.
C SECB ASSY
CDJ-800MK2 CLOCk DELIVERY MAP

MAIN ASSY
70MHz
5

A.TC7WU04FU

5
CPU16M 70MHz SDRAM
MPU K4S641632K-UC75
SCF5249VM140 HY57V641620ETP-H
AMADEUS
IC301 CLK

VSS1084-A
Output current adjustment is possible
16.9344MHz 70MHz and 16MHz do not
instead of the buffer by way of the FPGA interfere in the FPGA inside.
inside, and suppress the return-loss by
X'TAL (Other block)
outputting a clock from different port.

6
6

FUNDAMENTAL
Tolerance±50ppm
Temp. Drift±50ppm FP16M
Output a clock only in the
DSP16M DAC11M
FPGA DAC
display data DSP
transmission. XC3S50 Series PE8001A
16MHz DSPC56371AF180 11MHz
DFLB SPARTAN-3 IC702
DFLB IC701
FLSCLK TSCLK IC302

CDJ-800MK2
DATA-FL DISPLAY
DEL1059-x 1.6MHz MPU 1MHz
M16C/30P Series SRV16M
X'TAL

7
7

JFLB PEG237B 16MHz


A

JOG-FL IC501
JSCLK
DEL1058-x 400kHz
A

ServoDSP
MAIN ASSY

G
TC94A15FG
B.DSS1149-A IC101
16.000MHz
X'TAL

B
DFLB ASSY
FUNDAMENTAL
8

8
Tolerance±20ppm
Temp. Drift±30ppm : Discontinuous Clock Line
: The current of line is possible to drive variable.

X'TAL
The CLOCK-LINE name is same as NET-NAME of schematic.

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Note : The numbers for the waveform photos are identical to those for the schematic diagrams and board diagrams.
Points to be checked beforehand and a note :
• When a failure judgment of the ICP (Micro Fuse) is performed using a tester, be sure to judge according to the resistance values. If a simplified measurement
A method, such as Short-circuit Check mode, is used for testing, a partially-damaged ICP cannot be detected.
• The ICP is very sensitive. First, check the power line to verify that the placed ICP is not damaged.
• Defective soldering of surface mount devices may have caused a problem. Check if the symptom changes when you press the corresponding surface mount
device with a finger.
• For the address-bus and data-bus lines on the MAIN Assy, the dump (serial) resistance is never used.

Freeze (1/2)
Sites Waveforms Points to be checked Causes & Measures to be taken Remarks
E8709 error
If the power supply is normal, this symptom is caused either by a defective core block of the MAIN Assy or a failure in
communication between the DISPLAY MPU (IC501) and MAIN Assy. A defective core block means that the processes up to the
FPGA (IC302) configuration have not been completed. In a case of a failure in the communication line, the core block is normal. In
either case, no error indication is displayed on the control panel because the E8709 error code is sent to the DATA-FL display by
the DISPLAY MPU itself.
B Note: The core block comprises 4 main ICs: MPU (IC301), SDRAM (IC303), FLASH (IC300), and FPGA (IC302).
z Play back a CD. If the audio signal is output, the core block is OK.
Check if the audio signal is output from the The cause is a failure in communication between Control panel
analog output terminal (JA801). the DISPLAY MPU and the MAIN Assy. On the
contrary, if the CD cannot be played, the core
block is in failure. Proceed to Step b.
DFLB Assy x Disconnect then reconnect the FFC cable If the symptom is ameliorated, loose connection
SECB Assy between the DFLB and SECB Assys, and that of the FFC cable is the cause.
between the SECB and MAIN Assys to check if
the symptom is ameliorated.
Unit c Disconnect then reconnect the FFC cable If 5 V power is not supplied to the DAC (IC702),
between the MAIN and JACK Assys and the the 3-wire serial signal level between the DAC
cable with connectors that connects the JACK and the MPU is lowered, because the DAC is not
and SECB Assys to check if the symptom is started, which will lead to a failure in starting of
C
ameliorated. Also check for the 5 V power line, the FPGA (the loading motor rattles). Repair the
including loose connection of the connectors. 5 V power line.
DFLB Assy DFLB Assy v Check the waveform at the points (TSCLK, If the waveform is unstable or extremely low in
SECB Assy 4 to 7 TSDO, TSDI, and TSCS) designated in the level, loose connection of the output terminals or
MAIN Assy waveform photo to confirm that the connectors on the line, chip fracture, poor power
communication line between the DISPLAY MPU supply to IC308, or partial damage of IC308 may
(IC301) and FPGA (IC302) is normal. be the cause. Replace IC308 and check the
connections.
b 5 Deployment of the data that had been If the waveform at TP19 continuously fluctuates,
written in the flash memory (IC300) into the deployment of the data failed. A checksum error
SRAM built into the MPU (IC301) may have of the SRAM built into the MPU (IC301) was
failed. Check that the voltage at TP19 is 0 V. generated. Check the mounting status of IC301.
n 6 Deployment of the program and data that If the waveform at TP30 continuously fluctuates,
had been written in the flash memory (IC300) deployment of the program and data failed. A
D
into the SDRAM (IC303) may have failed. Check checksum error of the SDRAM (IC303) was
that the voltage at TP30 is 0 V. generated. Check the mounting status of IC303.
MAIN Assy m Check if the soldered portion of IC311 on the If the defective mounting of IC311 is the cause,
CLK line is lifted off the board. "POWER ON" is displayed for a while, a rattle is
Note: It has been found that the cell and the part generated from the player, then E8709 error is
are not compatible. With the Assys of the lots indicated. A disc cannot be loaded in the player.
before the modification, defective mounting may
have occurred.
MAIN Assy , Check if the soldered portion of IC312 on the If the defective mounting of IC312 is the cause,
PRGM line is lifted off the board. "POWER ON" is displayed for a while, then
Note: It has been found that the cell and the part E8709 error is indicated. A disc cannot be loaded
are not compatible. With the Assys of the lots in the player.
before the modification, defective mounting may
have occurred.
E MAIN Assy . Check the power system for the core block, Replace the ICP or check the cable connections.
SECB Assy paying attention to the following points: (1) Is the
REGB Assy ICP damaged?, and (2) Are cables firmly
connected?
TRNS Assy / If power is not supplied to any power system, Replace the fuses.
ACIN Assy check the primary source. Inappropriate
commercial power input or blown primary fuse
(FU8001) or transformer fuse (T21) may be the
cause.
MAIN Assy MAIN Assy Ω Check the waveform at the RST Test Land, Abnormal delay time or an unstable waveform
18 referring to the waveform photo, to confirm that suggests fracture of the C303 chip. Replace the
the Reset IC (IC304) resets the MPU (IC301) C303. If the symptom is not ameliorated, replace
properly. The Reset IC is normal if resetting is the IC304.
canceled about 70 msec after the power is
F turned on.

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Freeze (2/2)
Sites Waveforms Points to be checked Causes & Measures to be taken Remarks
MAIN Assy MAIN Assy ≈ Check the waveform at the CPU16M Test Land, An unstable waveform or extremely low level
71 referring to the waveform photo, to confirm that the suggests chip fracture or partial damage of the crystal A
crystal oscillation circuit is operating normally. oscillator (X301). Replace the chip or X301.
MAIN Assy MAIN Assy ç Check the waveform at the designated point on the An unstable waveform suggests loose connection of
19 PRGM line, to confirm that the MPU (IC301) resets the output terminal of the MPU (IC301) or chip
the FPGA (IC302) properly. fracture on the PRGM line.
Even if the waveform at the designated point is
MAIN Assy MAIN Assy √ Check the waveform at the point designated on the An unstable waveform suggests loose connection of
23 to 30 waveform photo, to confirm that the configuration the output terminal or chip fracture.
procedures between the MPU (IC301) and FPGA Even if the waveform at the designated point is
(IC302) are properly performed. normal, there may be poor contact of connectors in
downstream lines. Resolder the output connectors,

Display (1/2) B

Sites Waveforms Points to be checked Causes & Measures to be taken Remarks


Lighting of the LEDs and indications and the FL display on the control panel do not function.
If the power supply is normal, this symptom is caused by a defective DISPLAY MPU (IC501,) which controls the display on the control panel,
including the FL indication and lighting of the LEDs. (If the DISPLAY MPU is normal, the indications of internal data on the DISPLAY MPU,
such as POWERON and E-8709, will be displayed on the DATA-FL display.)
To confirm that the core block of the MAIN Assy is normal, play back a CD without using the control panel and check the audio output.
DFLB Assy z Check the power to be supplied to the control Replace the ICP or check the cable connections.
SECB Assy panel, paying attention to the following points: (1) Is
REGB Assy the ICP damaged?, and (2) Are cables firmly
connected?
TRNS Assy x If power is not supplied to any power system, Replace the fuses.
ACIN Assy check the primary source. Inappropriate commercial
power input or blown primary fuse (FU8001) or glass C
fuse (T21) are possible.
DFLB Assy DFLB Assy c Check the waveform of the XRST line, referring to Abnormal delay time or an unstable waveform
49 the waveform photo, to confirm that the Reset IC suggests fracture of the C507 chip. Replace the
(IC502) resets the DISPLAY MPU (IC501) properly. C507. If the symptom is not ameliorated, replace the
The Reset IC is normal if resetting is canceled about IC502.
70 msec after the power is turned on.
DFLB Assy DFLB Assy v Check the waveform at Pin 12 of IC501, referring An unstable waveform or extremely low level
72 to the waveform photo, to confirm that the crystal suggests chip fracture or partial damage of the crystal
oscillation circuit is operating normally. oscillator (X501). Replace the chip or X501.
No indication only on the DATA-FL display
If the power supply is normal, this symptom can be caused only by a failure in the DATA-FL (V501) or the communication between the
DATA-FL and DISPLAY MPU (IC501).
z Enter Display Check mode of Service mode and If the LEDs and JOG-FL (V601) do not light, nor does D
check if other keys on the control panel function and if the DATA-FL (V501) display, the DISPLAY MPU that
the LEDs light. controls those will not function properly. See "Lighting
ACIN Assy x Check the setting of the voltage selector switch (on Set the switch to the position that corresponds to the
the rear panel). (for RLF model) commercial power source.
DFLB Assy c Check the Vload voltage (VLD, VLDD). If the If the voltage is 0 V, the ICPs (IC25, IC58, and IC59)
SECB Assy voltage measured at the periphery of the power are fried. Replace the ICPs.
TRNS Assy terminal of the DATA-FL (V501) is 29.3 V DC or
more, it is OK.

DFLB Assy DFLB Assy v Check the FLAC voltage (FLAC1, FLAC2). If the If the AC current waveform does not appear, check
74 voltage measured at the both ends of the DATA-FL the connection between the Assys.
(V501) lead is 4 V AC or more, it is OK.
DFLB Assy b Check the waveform at Pin 46 of DATA-FL (V501), If the 5 V power is not supplied, soldering touchup is
to confirm that 5 V power is supplied to the built-in needed. E
driver.
DFLB Assy DFLB Assy n Check the points designated in the waveform A solder fracture of the DATA-FL terminal or loose
54 to 57 photo to confirm that the procedures of the connection of the terminals on the communication line
communication between the DISPLAY MPU (IC501) between the DISPLAY MPU and the DATA-FL is
and the DATA-FL (V501) are normal. suspected. Soldering touchup is needed. If the
symptom is not ameliorated after soldering touchup,
replace the DATA-FL.

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Sites Waveforms Points to be checked Causes & Measures to be taken Remarks
No indication only on the JOG-FL display
A If the power supply is normal, this symptom can be caused only by a failure in the JOG-FL (V601) or the communication between
the JOG-FL and the DISPLAY MPU (IC501).

z Enter Display Check mode of Service mode If the LEDs and DATA-FL (V501) do not light, nor
and check if other keys on the control panel does the JOG-FL (V601) display, the DISPLAY
function and if the LEDs light. MPU that controls those will not function
properly. See "Lighting of the LEDs and
indications and the FL display on the control
panel do not function."
ACIN Assy x Check the setting of the voltage selector Set the switch to the position that corresponds to
switch (on the rear panel). (for RLF model) the commercial power source.

JFLB Assy c Check the Vload voltage (VLD, VLDD, VLDJ). If the voltage is 0 V, the ICPs (IC25, IC58, IC59,
DFLB Assy If the voltage measured at the periphery of the and IC603) are fried. Replace the ICPs.
SECB Assy power terminal of the JOG-FL (V601) is 27.8 V
B TRNS Assy DC or more, it is OK.
JFLB Assy v Check the FLAC voltage (FLAC3, FLAC4). If If the AC current waveform does not appear,
the voltage measured at the both ends of the check the connection between the Assys.
JOG-FL (V601) lead is 2.6 V AC or more, it is
OK.
JFLB Assy b Check the waveform at Pin 23 of JOG-FL If the 5 V power is not supplied, soldering
(V601), to confirm that 5 V power is supplied to the touchup is needed.
built-in driver.
JFLB Assy JFLB Assy n Check the points designated in the waveform A solder fracture of the JOG-FL terminal or loose
60 to 63 photo to confirm that the procedures of the connection of the terminals on the
communication between the DISPLAY MPU communication line between the DISPLAY MPU
(IC501) and the JOG-FL (V601) are normal. and the JOG-FL is suspected. Soldering touchup
is needed. If the symptom is not ameliorated
after soldering touchup, replace the JOG-FL.
C
No indication on either the DATA-FL nor JOG-FL displays
This symptom occurs when the Vload voltage, to be supplied to both the DATA-FL (V501) and JOG-FL (V601), is not supplied.

JFLB Assy z Check if the Vload voltage (VLD, VLDD, If the voltage is 0 V, the ICPs on the line are
DFLB Assy VLDJ) is supplied. fried. Replace the ICPs.

SECB Assy x Check if the Vload power circuit is reset Resetting of this circuit is performed by the Reset
canceled. Check if the voltage at Pin 9 of CN56 circuit (IC502) mounted on the DLFB Assy.
becomes high after the power is turned on. Resetting is done simultaneously with the
DISPLAY MPU (IC501). As only the FL display
has a problem, Pin 9 of CN501 on the DFLB
Assy is in failure.

Part of the FL display does not light, frequently flickers, or is dark.


DFLB Assy z Visually check if the symptom occurs If the symptom occurs constantly in the same
D JFLB Assy constantly in the same area. area, the FL display is defective.

JFLB Assy x If the symptom does not occur in the same If the supply is unstable, soldering touchup is
DFLB Assy area, check the waveform of the Vload voltage, needed. If the symptom persists, replace the
SECB Assy FLAC voltage and 5 V power, to confirm that the part.
TRNS Assy supply is stable.
(See Steps c, b, and n in "No indication only
on the DATA (or JOG)-FL display.")

Black dots or stains appear on some parts of the FL display afer Display Check mode of Service mode is entered.

Impurities in the FL tube are the cause.


For amelioration, replace the DATA-FL or JOG-
FL.

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Audio output
Sites Waveforms Points to be checked Causes & Measures to be taken Remarks
No audio signal is output.
If a signal waveform is normally output from the digital output terminal (JA802), the AUDIO DSP (IC701) is judged to be normal. In JA802 A
such a case, the problem exists at the subsequent stages of the AUDIO DSP output. During CD playback, first check the analog
output terminal (JA801) then the previous stages. Be sure to carefully check for solder fractures at the phono plug.

JACK Assy z Check the waveform of the audio output signal


at the analog output terminal (JA801).
Check if the audio signal is not output from L and
R channels, or only from one channel.

JACK Assy x Check if the digital audio signal is output from If the digital audio signal is also not output, the JA801
the digital output terminal (JA802). AUDIO DSP (IC701) Assy is defective. See Step
v in "No digital output."

JACK Assy JACK Assy c Check the waveform at the L4 and R4 Test If the audio signal is output from those points, a
40 Lands near analog output terminal (JA801). solder fracture of the phono plug or chip fracture
on the audio line is suspected. Soldering touchup
is needed. B
JACK Assy v Check if 8 V and -7 V power are supplied to If the power is not supplied, check the cable
SECB Assy the OP AMP (IC801). connection of the power line.

JACK Assy b Check the waveform at the L1 and R1 Test


Lands on the OP AMP (IC801).

MAIN Assy MAIN Assy n Check the waveform at the Lch and Rch Test If the audio signal is output at the point, audio
45 Lands near C705/C706. muting may remain activated. During CD
playback, check if the logical state of the signal
at Pin 4 of CN801 is low.
MAIN Assy m Check if 5 V power is supplied to the DAC If the power is not supplied, check the cable
(IC702). connection of the power line.

MAIN Assy MAIN Assy , Check the waveform at the 11M Test Land, An unstable waveform or extremely low level
35 referring to the waveform photo, to confirm that suggests loose connection of the clock terminal C
the clock input to the DAC (IC702) is normal. on the AUDIO DSP.
MAIN Assy MAIN Assy . Check the points (DACLRCK, DACDATA, An unstable waveform suggests loose connection
41 to 43 DACBCK) designated in the waveform photo to output terminals on the AUDIO DSP or chip
confirm if the procedures of the communication fracture on the line.
between the DAC (IC702) and AUDIO DSP
(IC701) are normal.

Audio performance is poor.


As grounding to the chassis is poor with this model, audio performance is largely affected if the specify screws are not tightened BBZ
with the standard torque.

z Check if the screw that secures the bottom Replace with a BBT screw if the original screw is
plate and is located near the plug is a screw with not BBT.
a projection (BBT).
D
x Check if the two screws that secure the If the screws are loosely tightened, retighten the
bottom plate, including the above-mentioned screws with the standard torque. BBT
screw with a projection, are firmly secured.

Poor S/N ratio at the intervals of no sound, such as between musical pieces
The S/N ratio is poor at the intervals of no sound, such as between musical pieces and at the time of power on, because audio
muting is not activated. Possible causes are zero-data detection signals not output from the DAC (IC702) or a defective audio
muting circuit. The following checks must be performed during CD playback.

MAIN Assy MAIN Assy z Check the waveform at the terminal (Pin 21) If inversion of the logical state of signals is not
44 for zero-data detection on the DAC (IC702). If the performed, loose connection of Pin 21 on the
level is low between musical pieces and at the DAC is most likely. Soldering touchup is needed.
time of power on and high during CD playback,
the terminal is normal. E
MAIN Assy MAIN Assy x Check the waveform at Pin 6 of CN701. If the If audio muting remains deactivated, check chip
46 level is high between musical pieces and at the fracture on the line or cable connection.
time of power on and low during CD playback,
the terminal is normal.

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Digital output
Sites Waveforms Points to be checked Causes & Measures to be taken Remarks
No digital output
A First, check if neither analog nor digital signals are output. If neither is output, the AUDIO DSP (IC701) is in failure. During CD
playback, first check the digital output terminal (JA802) then the previous stages. Be sure to carefully check for solder fractures at
the digital output terminal.
JACK Assy z Check the waveform of the digital audio signal
at the digital output terminal (JA802).
JACK Assy x Check if the analog audio signal is output from If neither digital nor analog audio signal is output,
the analog output terminal (JA801). the AUDIO DSP (IC701) does not function
properly. Proceed to Step v.

MAIN Assy MAIN Assy c Check the waveform at the point designated. No signal suggests lifted soldered portion of the
70 AUDIO DSP (Pin 69 of IC701) or chip fracture on
the line. If there is a signal output, poor cable
connection, loose connection of the connectors,
or solder fracture of the phono plug is suspected.
B MAIN Assy MAIN Assy v Check the waveform at the DSP16M Test
29 Land, to confirm that the 16 MHz clock signal is
supplied from the MPU (IC301) via the FPGA
(IC302).
MAIN Assy MAIN Assy b Check the waveform at the point designated, An unstable waveform suggests loose
21 , 26 , 31 , to confirm that the configuration procedures connection of the output terminal or chip fracture.
32 , 34 , 35 between the MPU (IC301) and the AUDIO DSP
(IC701) are properly performed.

Player (1/4)
Sites Waveforms Points to be checked Causes & Measures to be taken Remarks
C
No disc playback.
A disc is ejected immediately after it is loaded. (without an error code)

RLYB Assy z Visually check if the LD short-circuit switch Set the LD short-circuit switch to OPEN.
(S1101) remains closed.
Player x Check if the slot-in mechanism SV Assy is Firmly secure the Assy with the four hooks.
securely hooked to the player unit. LD short-circuit switch

Pickup Assy c Visually check if solder is short-circuited at the


LD short-circuit Land on the Pickup Assy.

Unit v Check if the FFC cables between the pickup If the symptom is ameliorated by replacement of
and the RLYB Assy and the RLYB and MAIN the FFC cable, the defective cable is the cause.
Assys are improperly connected, if the conductor
side is defective, and if there is poor contact,
D such as cable disconnection. Also check for LD short-circuit land
loose connection of connectors.

MAIN Assy b Check the voltage of each section on the


MAIN Assy.

MAIN Assy n Replace the MAIN Assy.

A disc cannot be loaded.


Unit z Check if the FFC cables between the pickup If the symptom is ameliorated by replacement of
and the RLYB Assy and the RLYB and MAIN the FFC cable, the defective cable is the cause.
Assys are improperly connected, if the conductor
side is defective, and if there is poor contact,
such as cable disconnection. Also check for
loose connection of connectors.
E
MAIN Assy x Check the voltage of each section on the
MAIN Assy.

MAIN Assy c Replace the MAIN Assy.

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Player (2/4)
Sites Waveforms Points to be checked Causes & Measures to be taken Remarks
Loading-in attempts are repeated although no CD is loaded.
(On the DATA-FL display, the indications "NO-DISC" and "EJECT" are alternately displayed.) A
A CD cannot be loaded.
A failure in the detection system of the slot-in mechanism SV Assy is most likely the cause.
The detection switch detects a trigger signal for operation start or stop of the loading motor.
The present symptom may be caused by the disability of detection of a trigger signal for operation start.

SLMB Assy z Visually check if the loading detection switch Disengage the switch lever from the loading
(S1902) is kept pressed by the switch lever detection switch (S1902). If the detection switch
(white) as the lever overrides the switch. is not closely seated on the board, soldering
touchup is needed.

MAIN Assy MAIN Assy x Check the SW signal at the LPS2 and LPS1 Repeated loading-in attempts may be caused by
3 ,4 Test Lands at the time of CD loading, referring to short-circuiting of the line to ground. Disabled CD
the waveform photo. loading may be caused by a solder fracture at
Does the SW signal change from L to H? the loading detection switch (S1902), soldered
Especially pay attention to a change at LPS2. portion lifted off the board of the surface mount
part on the line, or loose connection of the FFC B
cables.
MAIN Assy MAIN Assy c By observing the waveform at the PWMLO
5 Test Land, check that the duty at PWMLO
changes, as indicated in the waveform photo:
• During stop: Duty 50 %
• During loading-in: Duty 0 %
• During loading-out:
Duty changes from 100 %, 25 %, then to 75 %.

MAIN Assy v Check the voltage at the MPU (IC301), FPGA


(IC302), IC105 (TC7W04), and the driver IC
(IC102).
No ejection. Abnormal noise generated after a CD is loaded
A failure in the detection system of the slot-in mechanism SV Assy is most likely the cause. C
The detection switch detects a trigger signal for operation start or stop of the loading motor.
The present symptom may be caused by the disability of detection of a trigger signal for operation stop.

MAIN Assy MAIN Assy z Check the SW signal at the LPS1 and LPS2 This symptom may be caused by short-circuiting
3 , 4 Test Lands at the time of CD loading, referring to of the line to ground. It may also be caused by a
the waveform photo. solder fracture at the loading detection switch
Does the SW signal change from L to H? (S1901), soldered portion lifted off the board of
Especially pay attention to a change at LPS2. the surface mount part on the line, or loose
connection of the FFC cables.
MAIN Assy MAIN Assy x By observing the waveform at the PWMLO
5 Test Land, check that the duty at PWMLO
changes, as indicated in the waveform photo:
• During stop: Duty 50 %
• During loading-in: Duty 0 %
• During loading-out: D
Duty changes from 100 %, 25 %, then to 75 %.
MAIN Assy c Check the voltage at the MPU (IC301), FPGA
(IC302), IC105 (TC7W04), and the driver IC
(IC102).

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Player (3/4)
Sites Waveforms Points to be checked Causes & Measures to be taken Remarks
The error rate measured in Test Operation mode of Service mode is high.
A
z To which the cause is attributed, disc or If the disc is clearly stained, replace it with a
player, must be judged first. clean CD.
Visually check the disc for stains on the
recording surface.
x Using the disc that produced a high error rate, If the error rate at addresses in a different area is
measure an error rate at addresses in a different not high, the CD is defective. Replace it with a
area. high-quality CD.
If the error rates at addresses in different areas
on the whole disc are high, proceed to Step 3.

Pickup Assy c Check if shavings or dirt are attached to the Clean the lens.
pickup lens.

Player v Check if the TM Assy (servo mechanism) is


securely attached.
B
Player b Check if the loading mechanism SV Assy is
securely attached.

Pickup Assy n Check if any foreign object is on the spindle Remove the foreign object.
table.

Pickup Assy m Check if any foreign object is attached to the Remove the foreign object.
magnet section of the Pickup Assy.

Player MAIN Assy , Check the S-curve, TE, RFO, and AGCRF See "Failure judgment of the Pickup Assy" for
1 , 2 , 8 , 11 levels in Service mode. details.

The LD is not turned on after entering Test Operation mode of Service mode.

RLYB Assy z Visually check if the LD short-circuit switch Set the LD short-circuit switch to OPEN.
(S1101) remains closed.
C
MAIN Assy x Check that Pins 41 and 42 on the Servo DSP
(IC101) are open or short-circuited.
LD short-circuit switch
Player c Check if the FFC cable that connects the If the symptom is ameliorated by replacement of
Pickup and the RLYB Assys is securely the FFC cable, the defective cable is the cause.
connected to the Pickup Assy, if the conductor
side is defective, and if there is any cable
breakage. Also check for loose connection of
connectors.
MAIN Assy v Check if the R101 to R105 or Q105 are
missing.

MAIN Assy b Check if the FFC cable that connects the


RLYB and MAIN Assys is firmly connected to
CN101.
D
The pickup lens does not move up or down after entering Test Operation mode of Service mode.

Player z Check if the FFC cable that connects the TM If the symptom is ameliorated by replacement of
and the RLYB Assy is securely connected to the the FFC cable, the defective cable is the cause.
Pickup Assy, if the conductor side is defective, or
if there is any cable breakage. Also check for
loose connection of connectors.
Pickup Assy x Check if the resistance of the focus coil is too See "Failure judgment of the Pickup Assy" for
large or if the focus coil is broken, using Service details.
mode.

MAIN Assy c Check if the 7 V power is supplied to Pin 32 of


IC102.

E MAIN Assy MAIN Assy v Check if the signal output from the FOO
9 terminal on the MAIN Assy oscillates centered
around 1.65 V.

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Player (4/4)
Sites Waveforms Points to be checked Causes & Measures to be taken Remarks
The spindle motor does not rotate after entering Test Operation mode of Service mode.
A
MAIN Assy z Check if the FFC cable that connects the TM If the symptom is ameliorated by replacement of
and MAIN Assys is securely connected to the FFC cable, the defective cable is the cause.
CN102, if the conductor side is defective, or if
there is any cable breakage. Also check for loose
connection of connectors.
Player x Check if the Loading Mechanism Assy
operates normally. (Check if there is a clamping
error or scratching noise of the disc.)
MAIN Assy c Check if 7 V power is supplied to R121 to
R126 on the MAIN Assy.

MAIN Assy MAIN Assy v Check if the PWM waveform that oscillates
12 centered around 1.65 V can be observed for the
DMO Test Land on the MAIN Assy.
B
The slider does not move after entering Test Operation mode of Service mode.
RLYB Assy z Check if the FFC cable (stepper flexible cable)
is connected to CN1104 on the RLYB Assy.

MAIN Assy x Because the slider does not move until the If the symptom is ameliorated by replacement of
Inside signal is recognized, check if the FFC the FFC cable, the defective cable is the cause.
cable that connects the TM and MAIN Assys is
securely connected to CN102, if the conductor Inside switch
side is defective, and if there is any cable
breakage. Also check for loose connection of
connectors.
MAIN Assy c Check if the signal at Pin 1 of CN102
becomes low when the power is turned on.
(Is the Inside switch damaged?)
C
MAIN Assy v Check if power is supplied to IC102.

MAIN Assy MAIN Assy b Check if a sine-wave signal is input to Pins 1


15 , 16 and 2 of IC102.

User setting
Sites Waveforms Points to be checked Causes & Measures to be taken Remarks
After the power is turned off, the user settings, such as AUTO CUE and TIME MODE settings, are cleared.
With this model, the CUE point, AUTO CUE, and TIME MODE settings and error logs are stored in the flash memory on the MAIN
Assy as user settings. No error indication is displayed for this symptom.
MAIN Assy After resetting the user settings to default in Loose connection of the FLASH IC (IC300)
Service mode, set a CUE point while a CD is connector is likely. If the symptom is not D
being played back. After the CUE point setting, ameliorated after touching up the solder with a
wait at least 5 seconds and turn the power off soldering iron, replace the FLASH IC.
then back on. Check if the CUE point is called.

Updating
Sites Waveforms Points to be checked Causes & Measures to be taken Remarks
"ERROR" is displayed on the DATA-FL display.
Updating of the firmware is possible in Service mode.
All errors generated during updating are indicated as "ERROR," and updating fails.
Player z Check if a wrong CD has been loaded. Use the correct CD for updating.

E
Player x Check if the recording surface of the disc is Replace with a clean CD for updating.
stained.

RLYB Assy c Visually check if the LD short-circuit switch Set the LD short-circuit switch to OPEN.
(S1101) remains closed.

Pickup Assy v Check if shavings or dirt are attached to the Clean the lens.
pickup lens.

MAIN Assy b After resetting the user settings to default in Loose connection of the FLASH IC (IC300)
Service mode, set a CUE point while a CD is connector is likely. If the symptom is not
being played back. After the CUE point setting, ameliorated after touching up the solder with a
wait at least 5 seconds and turn the power off soldering iron, replace the FLASH IC.
then back on. Check if the CUE point is called.

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Error codes (1/2)


Sites Waveforms Points to be checked Causes & Measures to be taken Remarks
E-6002
A DSP PROGRAM DOWNLOAD ERROR
At the time of initialization, the program was not downloaded (written) to the EEPROM on the AUDIO DSP. There may be a factor
that hampers normal initialization of the EEPROM on the AUDIO DSP at the time of power on. The possible cause is defective state
of 3-wire serial lines that are commonly used by the MPU and the FPGA, AUDIO DSP, and DACs.
The data on this symptom are not stored in the internal memory.

MAIN Assy MAIN Assy Check the waveforms of the 3-wire serial lines Chip fracture or soldered portion of IC lead lifted
26 , 32 , 34 (CLK, DATA, DSPDREQ) to confirm that the off the board on the line where the waveform
configuration procedures are properly performed. does not change is most likely the cause. In the
former case, replace the chip. In the latter case,
soldering touchup is needed.

E-7201
TOC READ ERROR
Table of Contents (TOC) data cannot be read.
This symptom is associated with the reading accuracy of the servo motor of the CD player.
B
Player Measure the error rate in Player Operation mode Follow the procedures described in "The error
of Service mode. To which the cause is rate measured in Test Operation mode of
attributed, disc or player, must be judged first. Service mode is high."
For measuring, play back the lead-in point
indicated in the error code by listening the sound.

E-8301
PLAYER ERROR (Startup error) Joint spring
• E830112: The desired address could not be searched for.
• E830115: The address could not be read.
• E830122: The focus servo could not be closed.
• E830191: The pickup did not return toward the inner tracks.
If the above-mentioned error codes are indicated before the loaded disc is recognized as a CD, the disc will be automatically
ejected. This symptom is associated with the reading accuracy of the servo motor of the CD player.
C Player z Measure the error rate in Player Operation
mode of Service mode. For the error codes other Slider
than E830191, proceed to Step c.
MAIN Assy MAIN Assy x Check the waveform at the INSIDE Test Land If the signal does not change, a defective Inside
10 near CN102, by changing the positions of the switch, solder fracture, soldered portion lifted off
Inside switch. Does the signal change between of the surface mount on the line, and loose
low and high according to the switch settings? connection of the FFC cables are likely causes.

Player c Visually check if the joint spring on the TM If the joint spring is deformed or displaced or if
Assy is deformed. Also check for the sliding the slider moves abnormally smoothly, replace
smoothness of the slider. the pickup.
Player v Measure the error rate in Player Operation Follow the procedures described in "The error
mode of Service mode. To which the cause is rate measured in Test Operation mode of
attributed, disc or player, must be judged first. Service mode is high."
D For measuring, play back the lead-in point
indicated in the error code by listening the sound.

E-8302
PLAYER ERROR (Abnormality in playback)
• E-830212: The desired address could not be searched for.
• E-830215: The address could not be read.
• E-830222: The focus servo could not be closed.
This symptom is associated with the reading accuracy of the servo motor of the CD player.

Player Measure the error rate in Player Operation mode Follow the procedures described in "The error
of Service mode. To which the cause is rate measured in Test Operation mode of
attributed, disc or player, must be judged first. Service mode is high."
For measuring, play back the lead-in point
indicated in the error code by listening the sound.
E

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Error codes (2/2)


Sites Waveforms Points to be checked Causes & Measures to be taken Remarks
E-8303
PLAYER ERROR (Abnormality in writing in the buffer) A
• E830399: Abnormality in writing in the buffer
In theory, this error code means that buffering to the SDRAM (IC303) was impossible. However, a defective SDRAM may not be a
real cause, because the unit would freeze if the SDRAM were defective. This error code is generated by factors associated with the
reading accuracy of the servo motor of the CD player, such as a high error rate and subcode not read.
Player Measure the error rate in Player Operation mode Follow the procedures described in "The error
of Service mode. To which the cause is rate measured in Test Operation mode of
attributed, disc or player, must be judged first. Service mode is high."
For measuring, play back the lead-in point
indicated in the error code by listening the sound.

E-8304
MP3 DECODE ERROR (Abnormal decoding)
As this is a decoding error code for MP3 format, it is of no relevance to reading of data in CD-DA format, which does not need
decoding. As the MP3 decoding process precedes the process of writing in the buffer, this error code is associated with the process
that precedes the process with which E-8303 is associated. This code may also be indicated when the quality of the RF signal is B
deteriorated.

Player Measure the error rate in Player Operation mode


of Service mode. To which the cause is
attributed, disc or player, must be judged first.
For measuring, play back the lead-in point
indicated in the error code by listening the sound.
E-8305
DATA FORMAT ERROR (Abnormal data format)
The CD is played back in a format other than MP3. Or the quality of the RF signal is deteriorated.
The data on this symptom are not stored in the internal memory.
z Check if the CD being played back is in MP3
format.
C
Player x Measure the error rate in Player Operation Follow the procedures described in "The error
mode of Service mode. To which the cause is rate measured in Test Operation mode of
attributed, disc or player, must be judged first. Service mode is high."
For measuring, play back the lead-in point
indicated in the error code by listening the sound.

E-8709
COMMUNICATION ERROR
See "E8709" error.

E-9101
MECHANICAL TIME OUT
• E910190: Abnormality in the disc-loading mechanism (timeout)

Player Follow the procedures described in "The error


rate measured in Test Operation mode of D
Service mode is high."

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B
A

D
C

104
FAILURE JUDGMENT OF THE Pickup Assy
Item Specifications Measurement procedures Failure judgment Remarks
Laser Diode (LD) current Typ 70 mA 1 Make sure that no CD is loaded. If the measurement result of the LD current is 80 To prevent damage to the LD, after the
Max 80 mA 2 Enter Service mode. mA or more, the LD is deteriorated. LD is turned on (Step 3 of the

1
1

3 During Test Operation mode, press the TEMPO measurement procedures and after),
button to turn the LD on. Note: Check the mounting status of R101 to never connect or disconnect the
4 Measure the voltage difference (DC value) R104 (22 ohms). measuring equipment.
between the Test Lands LD3S and LDCHECK on
the MAIN Assy.

Focus coil resistance 3.4 ± 0.5 Ω 1 Make sure that no CD is loaded. If the measurement result is beyond the specified
2 Remove the bottom plate and set the LD short- value, the pickup is in failure.
circuit switch (S1101) to Short-circuiting.
3 Disconnect the FFC cable that connects the RLYB
Assy and the MAIN Assy from the CN101
connector.
4 Measure the conductor resistance of the terminal
assembly between Pins 13 and 14 of the FFC
cable.

2
2

LD short-circuit switch

Tracking coil resistance 4.1 ± 0.6 Ω 1 Make sure that no CD is loaded. If the measurement result is beyond the specified
2 Remove the bottom plate and set the LD short- value, the pickup is in failure.
circuit switch (S1101) to Short-circuiting.
3 Disconnect the FFC cable that connects the RLYB
Assy and the MAIN Assy from the CN101
connector.
4 Measure the conductor resistance of the terminal
assembly between Pins 15 and 16 of the FFC

CDJ-800MK2
cable.
Focus coil and Tracking coil

S-curve level Reference: 1.5 Vp-p 1 Enter Service mode. The pickup or the MAIN Assy is in failure if the

3
3

Usually use a pressed CD, as the 2 Load a pressed CD. (Standby) measurement result is more than double or less
measurement result depends on the disc 3 During Test Operation mode, press the TIME, A, than 50% of the specified (reference) value.
type. then CUE buttons to send a command.

Tracking Error (TE) level Reference: 1.1 Vp-p 1 Enter Service mode. The pickup or the MAIN Assy is in failure if the
Usually use a pressed CD, as the 2 Load a pressed CD. (Standby) measurement result is more than double or less
measurement result depends on the disc 3 During Test Operation mode, press the buttons in than 50% of the specified (reference) value.
type. the following order to send a command: TIME,
TEMPO, RELOOP, then LOOPIN twice.
4 Measure the peak-to-peak TE waveform at the TE
Test Land on the MAIN Assy.

RFO level Reference: 1.2 Vp-p 1 Play back a pressed CD. The pickup or the MAIN Assy is in failure if the You may disconnect the measuring
Usually use a pressed CD, as the 2 Measure the peak-to-peak RF waveform at the measurement result is more than double or less equipment during measurement, if you
measurement result depends on the disc RFO Test Land on the MAIN Assy. than 50% of the specified (reference) value. wish.
type.

4
4

Auto Gain Control (AGC) RF level 1.2 Vp-p ± 10 % 1 Play back a CD. If the RFO level is within the specified values, You may disconnect the measuring
The measurement result does not depend 2 During playback, measure the peak-to-peak RF and if the AGC RF level is outside the range of equipment during measurement, if you
on the disc type. waveform at the AGCRF Test Land on the MAIN the specified values, the MAIN Assy is in failure. wish.
Assy.
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7.1.4 POWER ON SEQUENCE

POWER ON SEQUENCE A

POWER ON
DATA-FL/JOG-FL
RESET ROOT 1 RESET ROOT 2 Indication

RESET IC IC304 (Reset IC) RESET START IC502 (Reset IC) RESET START RESET IC

MPU IC301(MPU) Reset receiving pin P12 IC501(DISPLAY-MPU) Reset receiving pin 12

FPGA IC302(FPGA) Reset receiving pin 72 IC501(DISPLAY-MPU) Indication 'POWER ON' DISPLAY
# 'POWERON' data is inside of DISPLAY-MPU. MPU

IC501(DISPLAY-MPU) Communication start to MPU


B
IC701(DSP) Reset receiving pin 47
DSP
IC701(DSP) Program download (No Display)

ServoDSP IC101 (Servo DSP) Reset receiving pin 90

Inside SW check

Laser Diode ON
LD : Laser Diode
Tracking and focus offset adjustment
When a check fails one times,S-curve waveform is
Spindle kick & focus sweep & focus on measured in RF gain up.
C
When S-curve waveform level is 0.88Vp-p or
CD-DRIVE Focus OK check less,focus on is carried out by OEIC and RG gain up.

Spindle acceleration 100msec When a check fails three times,display EJECT.

CLV servo ON

Wait for 300msec

Tracking balance adjustment (T open)

Tracking close

GFS check GFS : RF LOCK


D
Focus balance adjusutment

Focus gain adjusutment

CD-DRIVE Tracking gain adjusutment

TOC read RF gain adjusutment When TOC read is completion


The 1st time carries out TOC
position memory by stepper If it is a program area, it
accuracy after power on. jump-backs to TOC area.

Search the first tune

Play (mute off)


E

As CD-DRIVE is same as CDJ-200, CDJ-800MK2' Function is as same it too.

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7.1.5 DISASSEMBLY
Note 1: Do NOT look directly into the pickup lens. The laser beam may cause eye injury.
Note 2: Even if the unit shown in the photos and illustrations in this manual may differ from your product, the procedures
described here are common.
A

PCB Location

F REGB Assy E ACIN Assy

J SLDB Assy G DFLB Assy K JFLB Assy C SECB Assy D TRNS Assy

Bottom view

L JOGB Assy H KSWB Assy

I JACK Assy
D

Bottom view
M SLMB Assy
Rear view
B RLYB Assy

Bottom view
A MAIN Assy

Traverse Assy 03-S Slot-in Mecha. SV Assy

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Diagnosis of MAIN Assy

A
Note: To work on the unit having it set upside-down, place 5 Stand the MAIN Assy.
spacers below it, as shown in the photo below, to avoid
imparting stress to the sheet SW of the JOG section.
1 Remove the one screw.
2 Remove the five screws.
3 Remove the bottom plate.

1 MAIN Assy

2 B
2
2
5
3

2 2
Bottom plate

Bottom view
Bottom view

Spacer Spacer

Diagnosis
D

4 Remove the four screws.


MAIN Assy

4
4 4

4 E

Bottom view

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Disassembly

1 Control Panel Section


A
1 Remove the one screw. Short-circuit switch for the pickup
Before disconnecting the flexible cable for the
pickup, change the position of the S1101 switch on
1 the RLYB Assy to LD SHORT.

LD SHORT

Rear view
S11 RLYB Assy
B 5 Disconnect the flexible cable
for the pickup.

6 Disconnect the flexible cable.


7 Remove the five screws.

7 7

5
Note: To work on the unit having it set upside-down, place CN101
spacers below it, as shown in the photo below, to avoid
C MAIN Assy
imparting stress to the sheet SW of the JOG section.

7 6 CN102
7
2 Remove the one screw.
3 Remove the five screws. 7
4 Remove the bottom plate.

2 Bottom view

D
3 3
3 8 Remove the control panel section.

4
Control panel section
3 3
Bottom plate
8

Bottom view

Spacer Spacer

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2 Slot-in Mecha. Section


1 Remove the earth lead unit by removing the one screw. How to handle the float spring G5
To avoid losing the float spring G5, after removing it, put it on the
2 Remove the four DM screws.
hook of the float base 04 Assy. A

Hook Float base 04 Assy

2 2

1 B
2 2

Eart lead unit Float spring G5

3 Remove the four float springs G5.


4 Remove the slot-in mecha. section.

Direction of the dampers when attaching them


3 When attaching the dampers, place them so that their
projections (large) face front.

Projection (large)
Float spring G5 D

To the front

Damper

Slot-in mecha. section

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3 Slot-in Mecha. SV Assy 4 Traverse Assy 03-S


1 Remove the three screws. 1 Short-circuit two points C and D soldering.

A 2 Remove the mecha. plate. Note: After replacement, connect the flexible cable,
then remove the soldered joint (open).
Caution:
Be careful not to lost earth spring.

1 1

C D
1
2

1 1 Rear view

Mecha. plate

2 Unhook the four hooks.


3 Disconnect cables, as required.
4 Remove the traverse Assy 03-S.

3 Unhook the four hooks.


4 Remove the slot-in mecha. SV Assy. 2 2
D
3
3

3 2
2
3
4

Traverse Assy 03-S

Slot-in mecha. SV Assy Replace

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Note on the float rubber installation Arrangement of the flexible cables


NG OK A
Pole of the float base 04 Assy

Hook SLMB Assy

Hook ×2

B
Rear view

RLYB Assy

Cleaning the pickup lens


Before shipment, be sure to clean the pickup lens,
using the following cleaning materials:

Cleaning liquid : GEM1004 C


Cleaning paper : GED-008 Flexible cable for pickup
Hook

Hook Hook
Pickup lens

Flexible cable
Hook for spindle motor

Flexible cable
for stepping motor E
Rear / Bottom view

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5 JOG Section
Note: To work on the unit having it set upside-down, place 6 Remove the three screws.
spacers below it, as shown in the photo below, to avoid
A imparting stress to the sheet SW of the JOG section. 7 Remove the SW ring.
Caution:
1 Disconnect the flexible cable.
Be careful not to lost SW spring 25.
2 Remove the six screws.
3 Remove the JOG section.
6 SW ring
SW spring 25

2 2
6
1
B
3 2
6
2 CN600

7
2
2

JOG section
C
Spacer Spacer
Bottom view

4 Unhook the three hooks.


8 Disconnect the connector.
5 Remove the JOG A and JOG Bs.
9 Remove the four screws.
10 Remove the JFLB Assy.
D

4
4 9 9
5

10

9
9
E CN1601

8
4

JOG B JOG A JOGB Assy JFLB Assy

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Notes on Replacement

Notes on replacing the JFLB Assy Notes on replacing the Sheet SW


A
Place to adhere the Sheet SW
Notes:
1. Be careful not to warp the sheet SW.
JFLB Assy 2. Remove any dirt on the JOG holder to which the sheet SW
is to be adhered. If some adhesive for the old sheet SW
remains on the JOG holder, completely remove it with a cloth
moistened with alcohol.
3. Do NOT place the sheet SW so that it is mounted on the
rib of JOG holder.
4. When adhering the sheet SW, be careful not to trap air
bubbles in it. If air bubbles are formed, remove the sheet SW
and adhere a new sheet SW.
Do NOT reuse the removed sheet SW.
B
5. When making a connection, be sure to first release the lock
Be careful not to pinch the flexible of the connector then securely relock the connector after
cable coming from the sheet SW making the connection.
during assembly.
Apply tape to the circumference of the JOG FL
section to secure it.

Adhere a reinforcing polycarbonate sheet to the surface.

C
Places to Roller Assys A and B

Sheet SW

Rib JOG holder D

Place to adhere the SW cushions HH48/2


Adhere the cushions to the right and left of the engraved
arrows (←) (12 positions in total) on the sheet SW.

E
Roller A Assy ×9

SW ring
Roller B Assy ×8
SW cushion HH48/2 Engraved arrow SW cushion HH48/2

JOG holder Sheet SW

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7.2 PARTS
7.2.1 IC

A • The information shown in the list is basic information and may not correspond exactly to that shown in the schematic diagrams.
÷ List of IC
TC94A15FG, PEG237B, DYW1753, SCF5249VM140, BA00BCOWCP-V5, NJM2374AM,TC7S04FU, M63018FP
BA50BC0WFP, NJM4558DX, XC3S50-4VQ100C, K4S641632K-UC75, BU4230G, DSPC56371AF180, PE8001A

TC94A15FG (MAIN ASSY : IC101)


• Digital Servo IC
÷ Pin Assignment (Top view)

B
Block Diagram
75 XVDD3

59 AVDD3
72 XVSS3

52 AVSS3
67 MONIT
71 TESIN

54 RFDC
56 SBAD

53 RFRP
70 VDD3

62 VREF
69 VSS3

68 FGIN

64 DMO
66 IO3A
65 IO2A

63 FMO

51 RFZI
60 FOO

58 TEZI
61 TRO

57 TEI

55 FEI
74 XO

73 XI

XSTOP
DVSS3 76 50 FTE
Clock
GEN.
RO 77 49 TNI
5-bit 10-bit
PWM R-2R DAC SAR DAC TE
DVDD3 78 ANA. 48 TPI
LPF 1-bit
C DVR 79 DAC
47 FPI1

LO 80 46 FPI2
FE
DVSS3 81 45 FNI1

ZDET 82 44 FNI2

VSS5 83 RF Block 43 RVSS3

BUS0 84 42 MDI
APC
BUS1 85 41 LDO
Servo
BUS2 86 CPU Control 40 RVDD3
I/F
BUS3 87 39 EQSET

BUCK 88 ROM 38 PNSEL


D Digital EQ
RAM Auto ADJ. RF
/CCE 89 37 RFO
Address Circuit
/RST 90 Pull-up RFDC 36 RFDCI

VDD5 91 AGC 35 AGCI

IO0B(TEZC) 92 Correction 16k CAV Servo CLV Servo 34 INVSEL


Circuit RAM
IO1B(DFCT) 93 33 TESTR

IO2B(TRSR) 94 32 VMDIR
Synchronous Guarantee
IO3B(HYS) 95 EFM Decoder 31 VRO
VRO
EMPH 96 30 RESIN

E BCK 97 29 AVDD3
Audio Subcode
Out Demodulator
AOUT 98 REFQ 28 RFEQO

LRCK 99 RFRP 27 RFRPI


PLL VCO
Digital AWRC
DOUT 100 Out TMAX EFM Slice 26 RFI
IO1A 10

ARSEL 11

AWRC 12

PVDD3 13

PDO 14

TMAXS 15

TMAX 16

LPFN 17

LPFO 18

PVREF 19