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Service Guide

SW-5.1 3005

SERVICE GUIDE

KYE SYSTEMS CORP.

SW-5.1 3005

Version : 1.0

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Service Guide Revision History Version 1.0 Date 1/19/2009 SW-5.0 Page 2 of 17 .1 3005 Change Version : 1.

….8 Chapter 2.2 Problems …………………………………………………………. Block Diagram …………………………………………….………….…….1 Packing Requirement for Sending the PCB Assembly by Post.………..………...4 Chapter 1.1 Overview …………………………………………………………. Exploded View …………………………………………..…..... Schematic Diagram ………….17 7..3 One or more channels no sound ……………….15~16 Chapter 7..…17 Version : 1.…7 Power LED (indicator) no light………………. Specifications ………………………………………….4 Safety Precautions …………………………………………………….6 1.………….10 Chapter 4..………………9 Chapter 3.…8 Volume ... Part List …………………………………………….………………13~14 Chapter 6.2 1. How to Handle Defective Returns……………………………………..0 Page 3 of 17 .Service Guide Table of Contents SW-5..2 Short of Spare Parts while Repairing a Speaker System ……….2.1 1.5 1.5 1.………….1 3005 Revision History ……………………………………………………………………. Important Notes ………………………………………………. Bass no function.11~12 Chapter 5.2.…………………….………17 7.2 Table of Contents ……………………………………………………………………3 Getting Started ………………………………………………………………………4 Conventions Used in this Guide ………………………………………....2.

salty or greasy air. level and stable surface. as it could result in fatal electric shock or fire . Safety Precautions The following precautions should be observed in handling the speaker Described in this guide : Place the speakers on a flat. Place the unit far enough from other equipments for good heat dissipation . Do not place the speakers in environments subject to mist. if not followed.1 3005 Pay Special Attention : Instructions that are important to remember and may prevent mistakes . such as water. vibration. Version : 1. Do not perform any maintenance with wet hand . smoke. Caution : Information that. or other corrosive gases and fumes. excessive dust. Do not allow anything to drop into the subwoofer case through its ventilator. From entering the speakers while performing maintenance procedures on the speakers . may result in damage to the product . Disconnect the AC power cord from the AC outlet before performing any maintenance on the speakers .0 Page 4 of 17 . Prevent foreign substances.Service Guide Getting Started Conventions Used in this Guide SW-5. Do not drop or jolt the speakers. other liquids or chemicals .

Service Guide SW-5.1 Overview Receiving Defective speakers from Customers Verifying problems Proceeding necessary tests Function NG Analyzing possible malfunction causes Function NG Deciding & proceeding the rectification methods Function OK Replace necessary defective parts Proceeding tests to Verify if the speaker is functioning normally Function OK Return the speakers with proper repackaging to customers Version : 1.1 3005 Chapter 1. How to Handle Defective Returns 1.0 Page 5 of 17 .

Service Guide 1.1 1.2 Problems Item 1.3 Problem Description One or more channels no sound Power LED (indicator) no light Volume .2 1. Bass no function SW-5.2.2.0 Page 6 of 17 .2.1 3005 Version : 1.

IC3. IC6.2. VR6 . IC4.1 One or more channels no sound Problem One or more channels no sound Analyzer and Broken or short circuit Identify the Causes Defective IC1. in that this is the best-recommended sequence to rectify the problems. 1.Service Guide Attention SW-5. VR2 . IC2.0 Page 7 of 17 . PCBA connect cable Speaker cable dis-connect or speaker damaged Check solder points on Check and Replace defective IC Re-connect speaker cable or replace defective speaker(s) Solutions PCB Version : 1.1 3005 Please follow the numbered sequence marked within parenthesis given in individual Flow chat.

3 Volume .2. R8 .2.Service Guide 1.0 Page 8 of 17 . POWER . Bass no function Problem Volume . Bass no function Analyzer and Broken or short circuit Identify the Causes Volume: Defective VR6 Bass: Defective VR2 Check and Replace defective Solutions Check solder points on PCB components Version : 1.1 3005 Power LED (indicator) no light Problem Analyzer and Identify the Causes Power switch or LED defective Defective D81~D84.2 Power LED (indicator) no light SW-5. LED AC cord of transformer disconnected or defective Re-solder or replace Solutions defective component(s) 1.

Response Separation S/N ratio Hum & Noise (Vol. Description 1 2 Out Power at THD 10% Sensitivity Unit W mV Specifications ≧ 9 FL.: max) (Top -3dB) Unit W mV Hz dB mV Specifications ≧ 25 130 ± 30 20 ~ 166 ± 10% ≧ 70 ≦ 2 SW-5.1 3005 Specifications Center NO.: max) (Top -3dB) Unit W mV Hz dB dB mV Specifications ≧ 14 570 ± 50 50 ~ 20K ± 10% ≧ 40 ≧ 70 ≦ 2 Satellite NO.: max) (Top -3dB) Hz dB dB mV 100 ~ 20K ± 10% ≧ 40 ≧ 70 ≦ 2 Version : 1.0 Page 9 of 17 . Response Separation S/N ratio Hum & Noise (Vol.Service Guide Chapter 2.FR=700 ± 50 SL. Description 1 2 3 4 5 Out Power at THD 10% Sensitivity Freq.SR=520 ± 50 3 4 5 6 Freq. Woofer NO. Response S/N ratio Hum & Noise (Vol. Description 1 2 3 4 5 6 Out Power at THD 10% Sensitivity Freq.

SL.0 Page 10 of 17 . Satellite SR.FL. Block Diagram SW-5. Satellite Power Volume Control Amplifier Center Woofer Woofer Volume FILTER AC IN Transformer & Rectifier Version : 1.Service Guide Chapter 3.1 3005 AUDIO IN FR.

Service Guide Chapter 4.0 Page 11 of 17 . Woofer SW-5.1 3005 Exploded View Version : 1.

0 Page 12 of 17 .Service Guide Satellite SW-5.1 3005 Version : 1.

120V:18V & 3A 21 Transformer.1 3005 26-102-02 12000423100-A Version : 1. SW-5. SW-5.1 3005/Body/Woofer-120V-US 11 SW-5. 230V:18V & 3A 22 Transformer. SW-5.1 3005 17 IC.1 3005/Body/Satellite-FL 2 SW-5. TFA9843J 20 Transformer.1 3005/Body/Satellite-SR 5 SW-5.1 3005/Body/Satellite-SL 4 SW-5.1 3005 25 Cushion. SW-5. SW-5. 240V:18V & 3A 23 S/N Label ( on woofer & Gift Box ) 24 Manual.1 3005 26 Gift Box.1 3005 Part List DESCRIPTION Qty 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 1 20 UNIT PC PC PC PC PC PC PC PC PC Part No.1 3005 10 SW-5.1 3005/Body/Woofer-230V-EU 12 SW-5. No. 3” 4 ohm 15W 9 Rubber pad(satellite). 5-1/4” 8 ohm 30W 15 Rubber pad(woofer). 3” 4 ohm 10W 7 Loud speaker-surround.1 3005/Body/Satellite-Center 6 Loud speaker-front. TDA2007A 19 IC.1 3005 16 PCBA. UTC4558 18 IC. 26-101-01 26-101-02 26-101-03 26-101-04 26-101-05 E1049-36 E1049-37 E1049-38 26-100-01 26-101-06 26-101-07 1 PC 26-101-08 26-101-09 1 4 1 1 3 1 PC PC PC PC PC PC E1049-39 26-100-02 26-101-10 25-100-05 E1065-4R E1065-52 E1074-139 1 PC E1074-140 E1074-141 2 1 1 1 Page 13 of 17 PC PC Set PC 26-102-01 12030348100-A 1 SW-5.0 . SW-5.1 3005/Body/Woofer-240V-UK 14 Loud speaker.1 3005/Body/Satellite-FR 3 SW-5.1 3005/Body/Woofer-240V-AU 13 SW-5.Service Guide Chapter 5. SW-5. 3” 4 ohm 10W 8 Loud speaker.

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* Reliable external packing is also very important when sending PCB assembly by post. 7.Service Guide Chapter 7. it would be recommended to take the necessary parts form one speaker system. Version : 1. in that it would avoid unnecessarily lost or damage. * Some sophisticated IC components are mounted on the PCB assembly. 7. Well packing will be required when sending them by post.0 Page 17 of 17 . so that you may have the as many speaker systems. in order to avoid static electricity. hence it is necessary to pack each PCB assembly with a separate static protecting bag.1 SW-5.1 3005 Important Notes Packing Requirement for Sending the PCB Assembly by Post PCB assembly is a kind of sophisticated electronic circuit board.2 Short of Spare Parts while Repairing a Speaker System If you are short of spare parts when you have some speaker systems waiting to be repaired.