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HX-Z10

SERVICE MANUAL
COMPACT COMPONENT SYSTEM
04 2003 22015

HX-Z10

SP-HXZ10

CA-HXZ10

SP-HXZ10
Area Suffix J ---------------------- U.S.A. C ------------------- Canada

TABLE OF CONTENTS
1 2 3 4 Important Safety Precautions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-2 Disassembly method . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-5 Adjustment. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-35 Description of major ICs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-41

COPYRIGHT 2003 VICTOR COMPANY OF JAPAN, LTD.

No.22015 2003/04

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SECTION 1 Important Safety Precautions


1.1 Safety Precautions (1) This design of this product contains special hardware and many circuits and components specially for safety purposes. For continued protection, no changes should be made to the original design unless authorized in writing by the manufacturer. Replacement parts must be identical to those used in the original circuits. Services should be performed by qualified personnel only. (2) Alterations of the design or circuitry of the product should not be made. Any design alterations of the product should not be made. Any design alterations or additions will void the manufacturers warranty and will further relieve the manufacture of responsibility for personal injury or property damage resulting therefrom. (3) Many electrical and mechanical parts in the products have special safety-related characteristics. These characteristics are often not evident from visual inspection nor can the protection afforded by them necessarily be obtained by using replacement components rated for higher voltage, wattage, etc. Replacement parts which have these special safety characteristics are identified in the Parts List of Service Manual. Electrical components having such features are identified by shading on the schematics and by ( ) on the Parts List in the Service Manual. The use of a substitute replacement which does not have the same safety characteristics as the recommended replacement parts shown in the Parts List of Service Manual may create shock, fire, or other hazards. (4) The leads in the products are routed and dressed with ties, clamps, tubings, barriers and the like to be separated from live parts, high temperature parts, moving parts and/or sharp edges for the prevention of electric shock and fire hazard. When service is required, the original lead routing and dress should be observed, and it should be confirmed that they have been returned to normal, after reassembling. (5) Leakage shock hazard testing) After reassembling the product, always perform an isolation check on the exposed metal parts of the product (antenna terminals, knobs, metal cabinet, screw heads, headphone jack, control shafts, etc.) to be sure the product is safe to operate without danger of electrical shock. Do not use a line isolation transformer during this check. Plug the AC line cord directly into the AC outlet. Using a "Leakage Current Tester", measure the leakage current from each exposed metal parts of the cabinet, particularly any exposed metal part having a return path to the chassis, to a known good earth ground. Any leakage current must not exceed 0.5mA AC (r.m.s.). Alternate check method Plug the AC line cord directly into the AC outlet. Use an AC voltmeter having, 1,000 ohms per volt or more sensitivity in the following manner. Connect a 1,500 ohm 10W resistor paralleled by a 0.15 F AC-type capacitor between an 1-2 (No.22015) exposed metal part and a known good earth ground. Measure the AC voltage across the resistor with the AC voltmeter. Move the resistor connection to each exposed metal part, particularly any exposed metal part having a return path to the chassis, and measure the AC voltage across the resistor. Now, reverse the plug in the AC outlet and repeat each measurement. Voltage measured any must not exceed 0.75 V AC (r.m.s.). This corresponds to 0.5 mA AC (r.m.s.).

1.2 Warning (1) This equipment has been designed and manufactured to meet international safety standards. (2) It is the legal responsibility of the repairer to ensure that these safety standards are maintained. (3) Repairs must be made in accordance with the relevant safety standards. (4) It is essential that safety critical components are replaced by approved parts. (5) If mains voltage selector is provided, check setting for local voltage. 1.3 Caution Burrs formed during molding may be left over on some parts of the chassis. Therefore, pay attention to such burrs in the case of preforming repair of this system. 1.4 Critical parts for safety In regard with component parts appearing on the silk-screen printed side (parts side) of the PWB diagrams, the parts that are printed over with black such as the resistor ( ), diode ( ) and ICP ( ) or identified by the " " mark nearby are critical for safety. When replacing them, be sure to use the parts of the same type and rating as specified by the manufacturer. (Except the JC version)

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1.5 Importance administering point on the safety

B2005

CN213

CN212 CN214

D253 R250 Q251

B2101

C250

C258

R252

Q252 B2104 CN233 Q250 C253 C255 R253 C251 B2202

B2003

D256

R254

B2001

CN231

R251 FT511 FT521

CN232

B2006 C254

C257 RY3 FT111 FT112

B2602 B2204 C259

D252 D250 D254 C252 B2102

R1002 B2004

C256

FT512

FT522

B2002

B2401

T002 B2501

T001 CN250

D236

R1001 B2700

D235

FT132 D233 B2601

FT131

B2951

S500

B2801 B2203 D234

B2802 FT532 B2952

B2103 B2201

FT531

Caution: For continued protection against risk of fire, replace only with same type 6A/125V for F001, 3.15A/125V for F103, 8A/125V for F101 and F102. This symbol specifies type of fast operating fuse. Precaution: Pour eviter risques de feux, remplacez le fusible de surete de F001 comme le meme type que 6A/125V, de F103 que 3.15A/125V, et 8A/250V pour F101 et F102. ^ Ce sont des fusibles suretes qui functionnes rapide.

B2502

B2400

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1.6 Preventing static electricity Electrostatic discharge (ESD), which occurs when static electricity stored in the body, fabric, etc. is discharged, can destroy the laser diode in the traverse unit (optical pickup). Take care to prevent this when performing repairs. 1.6.1 Grounding to prevent damage by static electricity Static electricity in the work area can destroy the optical pickup (laser diode) in devices such as CD players. Be careful to use proper grounding in the area where repairs are being performed. (1) Ground the workbench Ground the workbench by laying conductive material (such as a conductive sheet) or an iron plate over it before placing the traverse unit (optical pickup) on it. (2) Ground yourself Use an anti-static wrist strap to release any static electricity built up in your body.

(3) Handling the optical pickup In order to maintain quality during transport and before installation, both sides of the laser diode on the replacement optical pickup are shorted. After replacement, return the shorted parts to their original condition. (Refer to the text.) Do not use a tester to check the condition of the laser diode in the optical pickup. The tester's internal power source can easily destroy the laser diode. 1.7 Handling the traverse unit (optical pickup) (1) Do not subject the traverse unit (optical pickup) to strong shocks, as it is a sensitive, complex unit. (2) Cut off the shorted part of the flexible cable using nippers, etc. after replacing the optical pickup. For specific details, refer to the replacement procedure in the text. Remove the anti-static pin when replacing the traverse unit. Be careful not to take too long a time when attaching it to the connector. (3) Handle the flexible cable carefully as it may break when subjected to strong force. (4) I t is not possible to adjust the semi-fixed resistor that adjusts the laser power. Do not turn it. 1.8 Attention when traverse unit is decomposed *Please refer to "Disassembly method" in the text for the CD pickup unit. Apply solder to the short land sections before the flexible wire is disconnected from the connector CN101 on the CD servo board. (If the flexible wire is disconnected without applying solder, the CD pickup may be destroyed by static electricity.) In the assembly, be sure to remove solder from the short land sections after connecting the flexible wire.

Front panel assembly

Band

Primary board CN231


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SECTION 2 Disassembly method


2.1 Main body 2.1.1 Removing the metal cover (See Fig.1~3) (1) Remove the six screws A on the back of the body. (2) Remove the screw B on each side of the body. (3) Remove the metal cover from the body by lifting the rear part of the cover. CAUTION: Do not break the front panel tab fitted to the metal cover.

Metal cover

Metal cover

B
Fig.2

Metal cover

Fig.1

B
Fig.3

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2.1.2 Removing the CD changer mechanism assembly (See Fig.4, 5) Prior to performing the following procedure, remove the metal cover. (1) Disconnect the card wire from connector CN651 on the CD servo control board on the right bottom of the CD changer mechanism assembly. (2) Remove the four screws C attaching the CD changer mechanism assembly on top of the body. (3) Remove the CD changer mechanism assembly while lifting the rear part. CAUTION: Do not damage the CD fitting when removing the CD changer mechanism assembly.

CD changer mechanism assembly Front panel assemby

CD servo control board CN651 Fig.4

CD changer mechanism assembly Fig.5

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2.1.3 Removing the front panel assembly (See Fig.6~9) Prior to performing the following procedure, remove the metal cover and the CD changer mechanism assembly. (1) Disconnect the card wires from connector CN44 and CN870 on the main board on the right side of the body. (2) Disconnect the wire from connector CN701 on the bridge board. (3) Cut the band. (4) Disconnect the wire from connector CN231 on the primary board on the left side of the body and remove the band fixing the wire. (5) Disconnect the ground wire extending from phones board from bottom chassis. (6) Remove the three screws D attaching the front panel assembly at the bottom of the body. (7) Release the two joints a on the lower left and right sides of the front panel assembly using a screwdriver, and remove the front panel assembly toward the front. REFERENCE: Front panel need to be tilt a little bit as release from bottom chassis.

Front panel assembly

Band

Primary board CN231 Fig.7 Band

Front panel assembly

Bridge board CN701

Primary board CN231

Ground wire
Fig.8

Front panel assembly

a
Fig.6

CN44

Main board CN870

Front panel aeembly

D
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2.1.4 Removing the tuner pack assembly (See Fig.10, 11) Prior to performing the following procedure, remove the metal cover and the CD changer mechanism assembly. (1) Disconnect the card wire from connector CN1 on the tuner pack assembly on the right side of the body. (2) Remove the two screws E on the rear panel on the back of the body.

Tuner pack assembly

CN1

Fig.10

Rear panel

Fig.11

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2.1.5 Removing the rear panel (See Fig.10, 12~16) Prior to performing the following procedure, remove the metal cover and the CD changer mechanism assembly. (1) Remove holding board by remove a plastic rivet and then slide out the holding board as shown in fig. 12. (2) Disconnect the fan wire extending from the fan assembly from connector CN206 on the bridge board. (3) Disconnect the card wire from connector CN1 on the tuner pack. (4) Remove four screws F from rear panel. (5) Release joints b which on right bottom and left bottom of rear panel. The joint can be release by pull outward the side of rear panel. REFERENCE: Fan assembly and tuner pack will come off with rear panel.

Rear panel

Rear panel Plastic rivet

F
Fig.14

Holding board
Fig.12

Rear panel

Fan assembly

Bridge board CN206

b
Fig.15 Fig.13

Rear panel

b
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2.1.6 Rmoving the fan assembly (See Fig.17, 18) Prior to performing the following procedure, remove the metal cover, the CD changer mechanism assembly and the rear panel. (1) Remove two screws G on the rear panel. (2) Rotate fan assembly in clockwise direction to release fan assembly from rear panel (joints c).

Rear panel
Fig.17

c Fig.18
2.1.7 Removing the main board (See Fig.19) Prior to performing the following procedure, remove the metal cover, the CD changer mechanism assembly and the rear panel. (1) Cut off the band. (2) Disconnect the card wires from connector CN44 and CN870 on the main board. (3) Remove the screw H attaching the main board. (4) Disconnect connector CN217 and CN311 on the main board outward and release from the base chassis (joint d) upward.

Fan assembly

Band

Main board CN217

CN870 CN44

CN311

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2.1.8 Removing the bridge board / regulator board / heat sink (See Fig.20~23) Prior to performing the following procedure, remove the metal cover, the CD changer mechanism assembly, the rear panel and main board. (1) Disconnect the wire from connector CN212, CN213 and CN214 on the primary board respectively and remove the band attaching the wires. (2) Disconnect the wire from connector CN701 on the bridge board. (3) Disconnect the ground wire extending from the bridge board from bottom chassis. (4) Remove the two screws I attaching the heat sink bracket and move the heat sink in the direction of the arrow to release from the base chassis. The bridge board and the regulator board come off with the heat sink. (5) Remove the two screws J attaching the heat sink bracket. (6) Remove the two screws M, detach bridge board from regulator board by disconnect connector CN205. (7) Remove the two screws K and two screws L to detach regulator board from heat sink. CAUTION: As assembly back the regulator board and bridge board to heat sink. Regulator board must be assembly to heat sink first and screws K and L must be screwed before bridge board attach to regulator board.

Bridge board Heat sink

Ground wire Regulator board

I I
Fig.21

Heat sink bracket

Bridge board Heat sink

Band

CN701

Primary board CN213 CN212

Regulator board Heat sink bracket

CN214 Heat sink

Fig.22

Heat sink bracket Regulator board

L
CN215 Bridge board
Fig.20

CN205

Bridge board
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2.1.9 Removing the power transformer assembly (See Fig 24, 25) Prior to performing the following procedure, remove the metal cover, the CD changer mechanism assembly, the rear panel, the main board and the bridge board / regulator board. (1) Remove the screw N attaching the primary board. (2) Disconnect the wire from connector CN231 on the primary board. (3) Remove the four screws O attaching the power transformer assembly. (4) Detach the cord stopper from the base chassis upward. REFERENCE: When disconnecting the power cord from connector CN250 on the primary board, remove the fixing band.

Power transformer assembly

Primary board

N
Fig.24

Power transformer assembly

Primary board CN231 CN250 FIxing band

Cord stopper

O
Fig.25

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2.2 Front panel assembly Prior to performing the following procedure, remove the metal cover, the CD changer mechanism assembly and the front panel assembly. 2.2.1 Removing the cassette mechanism assembly (See Fig.26) (1) Disconnect the card wire from connector CN33 on the head amplifier & mechanism control board. (2) Remove the two screws P, and the two screws Q attaching the cassette mechanism assembly. 2.2.2 Removing the headphone board (See Fig.26) (1) Remove the screw R and pull out the headphone board backward. (2) Cut off the band.

Head amplifier & mechanism control board CN33

Band

QR
Fig.26

Headphone board

2.2.3 Rmoving the switch / micon board (See Fig.27~29) Prior to performing the following procedure, disconnect the card wire from CN43 on the micon board. (1) Disconnect the card wire from connector CN840 on the micon board. (2) Remove the fifteen screws S attaching the switch / micon board. (3) Remove the spacer fixing the wire. (4) Move the switch /micon board in the direction of the arrow to disconnect the wire from connector CN880 and CN900 on the micon board.

Switch board

Spacer

Fig.28

S
Switch board Switch board Spacer CN880 CN840 CN900

S S
Micon board CN840

CN43
Fig.29

Micon board

CN43
Fig.27

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2.2.4 Removing the FL board assembly (See Fig.30, 31) Prior to performing the following procedure, remove the switch / micon board. (1) Remove the five screws T attaching the stay bracket (1). (2) Remove the three screws U attaching the FL board assembly.

Stay bracket (1) Fig.30

FL board assembly Fig.31

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2.2.5 Removing the button board (See Fig.32~35) Prior to performing the following procedure, remove the switch /micon board. (1) Pull out the preset knob, the volume knob and the sound mode knob. (2) Remove the two screws V attaching the knob holder. Remove the nut from the front panel. (3) Remove the eleven screws W attaching the button board.

Nut

Sound mode knob


Fig.34

Volume baord

Volume knob Preset knob


Fig.32

V
Fig.35

Knob holder Fig.33

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2.3 CD changer mechanism 2.3.1 Removing the tray assembly (See Fig.1 ~ 5) (1) Remove the two screws A from the top cover and release the two joints a on both sides of the body. (2) Remove the top cover with the two rods attached to the top cover and lifter assembly respectively. (3) Remove the open det lever on the left side of the body. (4) Push part b of the slide (R) assembly on the right side of the body to unlock the tray assembly. Draw out the trays toward the front. Attention: The tray can be locked if all tray assemblies are attached. (5) From top of the body, move the stopper tab c in the direction of the arrow and release. Pull out the tray assemblies from the body. Caution: Remove the tray assembly from top tray 5 in order. Attention: When reattaching the sub tray of the tray assembly, or when removing the CD remaining inside, refer to another section. Fig.3

Open det lever

Top cover

a
Lifter assembly

Tray assembly (Tray 5)

b
Fig.4

Rod

Fig.1

Rod

Top cover

Lifter assembly Fig.2


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Fig.5

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2.3.2 Removing the servo control board (See Fig.6 ~ 9) Caution: Solder the short-circuit point on the pickup before disconnecting the card wire extending from the pickup. If you do not follow this instruction, the pickup may be damaged. (1) Disconnect the card wire from connector CN251 and each wire from connector CN252, CN253 and CN602 on the servo control board on the bottom of the body. Disconnect the wire from joint d. (2) Solder the short round point on the flexible board of the pick up. (3) Remove the four screws B and turn the servo control board as shown in the figure. (4) Disconnect the card wire from connector CN601 on the servo control board. Caution: Unsolder the short-circuit point after reassembling. Caution: When reassembling, twist the wires to be connected to connector CN252 and CN253 twice.

Card wire Short round

Flexible board Pickup


Fig.7

2.3.3 Removing the switch board (See Fig.9) (1) Disconnect the wires from connector CN252 and CN253 on the servo control board. (2) Remove the screw C attaching the switch board. (3) Release the wires from the slot e of the switch board. Caution: When reassembling, let the wires through the slot e of the switch board and twist them twice.

Card wire

CN601

Servo control board

B
CN602 CN253 Servo control board
Fig.8

d B

CN252

Servo control board CN253

e
CN252

B
CN251

Switch board

Fig.6

Switch board

C
Fig.9

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2.3.4 Removing the motor board (See Fig.10 , 11) Prior to performing the following procedure, remove the servo control board. (1) Turn over the body and remove the two screws D. Move the CD module bkt. in the direction of the arrow to release two joints f. (2) Unsolder the four soldered parts on the motor of the motor board. Caution: If removing the motor board with the motor, you should remove the screws attaching the motor from top of the body(Refer to another section). (3) Remove the two screws E attaching the motor board. (4) Remove the spacer fixing the motor board and tray switch board, and disconnect connector CN2 on the motor board. (5) Disconnect the card wire from connector CN1 on the motor board. Caution: When reconnecting the card wire, let the card wire through the slot g of the motor board and attach it to the bottom of the body using a double tape.

CD Module braket

Fig.10

Spacer Soldering point CN2

E
Motor

CN1

Double face tape

g
Card wire

Fig.11

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2.3.5 Removing the CD tramecha assembly (See Fig.12) Prior to performing the following procedure, remove the servo control board. (1) Turn over the body and remove the three screws F attaching the tramecha.

F F

CD Tramecha assembly Fig.12

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2.3.6 Removing the pickup (See Fig.13 , 14) Prior to performing the following procedure, remove the servo control board and CD tramecha assembly. (1) From top of the CD tramecha assembly, turn the cam gear in the direction of the arrow to move the pickup assembly outward. (2) Push down the stopper h in the direction of the arrow and pull out the shaft. (3) Release the joint i of the pickup assembly and mecha base. (4) Remove the screw G attaching the CD rack. Release the four tabs j at the bottom of the CD rack.

Mecha base

i
Pickup assembly

Shaft Cam gear Shaft Stopper Shaft

Stopper
Fig.13

CD lack

G
Pickup

j
Fig.14

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2.3.7 Removing the side (L)/ tray switch board (See Fig.15 ~ 17) Prior to performing the following procedure, remove the tray assembly. (1) Remove the two screws H attaching the side (L) on top of the body. (2) From the side of the body, remove the spacer fixing the tray switch board and motor board. Disconnect connector CN3 on the tray switch board and detach the side (L) upward. (3) Remove the screw J attaching the tray switch board. (4) Push the joint tab k of the side (L) in the direction of the arrow and remove the tray switch board outward, then release joint l.

H H

CN3

Spacer

Side (L) Side (L)


Fig.16

k
Side (L)

H l J
Tray switch board Fig.17

Fig.15

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2.3.8 Removing the side (R) assembly (See Fig.18 ~ 22) Prior to performing the following procedure, remove the tray assembly. (1) Push and release the two tabs m of the gear cover through the two notches inside the side (R) assembly. Remove the gear cover outward. (2) Remove the spring attached to part n of the hook on the right side of the body. (3) From top of the body, turn the 1 gear clockwise to move the elevator cam rearward. Move the two slots o and joint p of the elevator cam as shown in Fig.21 and remove the elevator cam outward. (4) Remove the three screws K and detach the side (R) upward. Caution: When reattaching the side (R) assembly, make sure to fit the shaft(part q) into the slot of the select lever.

Side (R) assembly

Fig.20

Spring

n
Elevator cam

K o p
Fig.21

Side (R) assembly

o K

K
Fig.18

Side (R) assembly

Side (R) assembly Sprihg

1 gear

K n
Fig.22

Gear cover Elevator com Fig.19


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2.3.9 Removing the lifter assembly (See Fig.23 ~ 27) Prior to performing the following procedure, remove the tray assembly and side (L)/ side (R) assembly. (1) From top of the body, turn the 1 gear clockwise to move the lifter assembly upward as shown in Fig.24. (2) From top of the body, turn the 2 gear clockwise to move the hook toward the front until it stops. (3) Move the hook stopper in the direction of the arrow while pushing the tab r of the hook stopper to unlock it. Release four joints s to detach from the rack holder. Release the rod from part t. (4) Turn the 1 gear clockwise again to move the lifter assembly upward. (5) Remove the lifter assembly from the body upward at position u where the four pins on the right and left sides of the lifter assembly fit to the notches of the v. Move the lifter assembly toward the front and release from the hook.

Hook

t s
Rod

s r s

2 gear

1 gear

Hook stopper
Fig.25

Lifter assembly 1 gear Hook stopper

Hook

Lifter assembly

u v
Fig.26

Fig.23

Lifter assembly Lifter assembly

1 gear

2 gear

Hook stopper

Hook Fig.24

v
Fig.27

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2.3.10 Removing the rack holder assembly/ sensor assembly (See Fig.28 ~ 33) Prior to performing the following procedure, remove the tray assembly, side (L)/ side (R) assembly, lifter assembly. Attention: If the slide gear of the body places at joint w of the rack holder assembly, turn the 1 gear counterclockwise to move the slide gear toward the front. Remove the rack holder assembly. (1) Remove the three screws J attaching the rack holder assembly. Release joint w from the notch. Caution: When reattaching the rack holder assembly, do not nip the wire x extending from the sensor assembly. Remove the two screws M attaching the sensor assembly. Move the sensor assembly in the direction of the arrow to release from the slot at joint y. Remove the spring attached to the bottom of the sensor assembly from the boss z on the sensor slider. Remove the screw N and O attaching the sensor board and SV resister respectively. If necessary, unsolder the sensor board.

1 gear

Rack holder assembly

(2) (3) (4) (5)

Caution: When reattaching the SV resister, attach the sensor slider to the sensor bracket and fit the lever on the bottom of the SV resister into slot a of the sensor slider. Caution: When reattaching the rack holder assembly, turn the 1 gear clockwise to move the slide gear and slide lever inside the body rearward. Let the wire extending from the sensor assembly through notch x to the bottom of the body. Fit pin cof the slide lever into hole b of the sensor slider on the bottom of the sensor assembly while attaching the spring to the boss z of the sensor slider. Engage joint y of the sensor assembly to the notch of the body.

w
Fig.28

Rack holder assembly

Rack holder assembly

Fig.29

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x
SV resister

N
Soldering point Sensor board

Sensor assembly

z
Sensor braket

M y
Fig.30

a'
Spring

Sensor slider
Fig.32

M
Sensor assembly

a'
Sensor slider

b'

Spring

y
Slide gear

b' z

z
Fig.31

c'
Spring Fig.33 Slide lever

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2.3.11 Removing the motor (See Fig.34 ,35) Prior to performing the following procedure, remove the servo control board and top cover. Attention: You need not to remove the tray assembly, and in such case, move it. (1) Remove the two belts on top of the body. (2) Remove the four screws N attaching the motor. (3) Remove the motor board from the bottom of the body. (Refer to the section Removing the motor board.) Attention: When removing the motor board with the motor, you need not to unsolder four soldered parts. Caution: When reattaching the motor, turn the side where the label should be put to the front side.

Motor

Motor

N
Belt

N
Belt

Fig.34

Label

Fig.35

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2.3.12 Taking out the CD in play mode (See Fig.36 ~ 39) Attention: Refer to Removing the tray assembly. (1) Remove the top cover upward. (2) Unlock the tray assembly and draw out the tray assembly toward the front. (3) From top of the body, turn the 1 gear clockwise to move the lifter assembly upward. (4) From top of the body, turn the 2 gear clockwise to move the sub tray remaining inside the lifter assembly toward the front, then pull out. (5) Take out the CD on the sub tray. (6) After clearing away the CD, insert the sub tray into the main tray. Caution: When reattaching the sub tray, move the tray stopper on the bottom of the main tray in the direction of the arrow to lock the sub tray certainly. (7) Push the tray assembly toward the body and reattach.

Tray assembly

Sub tray
Fig.37

Tray stopper

Main tray

Tray assembly

2 gear

1 gear

Sub tray

Sub tray Fig.38

Fig.36

Tray stopper

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2.4 Cassette mechanism assembly 2.4.1 Removing the Play/Record & Clear head (See Fig.1~3) (1) While moving the trigger arm on the right side of the head mount in the direction of the arrow, turn the flywheel R counterclockwise until the head mount comes ahead and clicks. (2) The head turns counterclockwise as you turn the flywheel R counterclockwise (See Fig.2 and 3). (3) Disconnect the flexible wire from connector CN31 on the head amplifier & mechanism control board. (4) Remove the spring from the back of the head. (5) Loosen the azimuth screw for reversing attaching the head. (6) Remove the head on the front side of the head mount.

Cassette mechanism assembly

Fly wheelR

Head mount
Fig.1

Trigger arm

Head

Fly wheel R
Fig.2

Head Flexible wire

Azimuth screw for reversing

Spring

CN31 Head amplifer & mecha control board Fig.3

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2.4.2 Removing the head amplifier & mechanism control board (See Fig.4) (1) Turn over the cassette mechanism assembly and remove the three screws A attaching the head amplifier & mechanism control board. (2) Disconnect the flexible wire from connector CN31 on the head amplifier & mechanism control board. (3) Disconnect connector CN32 of the head amplifier & mechanism control board from connector CN1 on the reel pulse board.REFERENCE: If necessary, unsolder the 4-pin wire soldered to the main motor. 2.4.3 Removing the main motor (See Fig.4~7) (1) Remove the two screws B . (2) Half raise the motor and remove the capstan belt from the motor pulley. ATTENTION: Be careful to keep the capstan belt from grease. When reassembling, refer to Fig.6 and 7 for attaching the capstan belt.

Main motor assembly Capstan belt

Fig.5

Main motor assembly

Head amplifier & mecha control board

CN32 4pin wire

Motor pulley

Capstan belt CN31 Flexible wire Fly wheel Main motor assembly
Fig.4

Fig.6

Main motor assembly

Capstan belt
Fig.7

Motor pulley

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2.4.4 Removing the flywheel (See Fig.8, 9) Prior to performing the following procedure, remove the head amplifier & mechanism control board and the main motor assembly. (1) From the front side of the cassette mechanism, remove the slit washers attaching the capstan shaft L and R. Pull out the flywheels backward.

Fly wheel R
Fig.8

Fly wheel L Fly wheel L

Fly wheel R

Capstan shaft R

Capstan shaft L

Slit washer Fig.9


2.4.5 Removing the reel pulse board and solenoid (See Fig.10) Prior to performing the following procedure, remove the head amplifier & mechanism control board. (1) Remove the screw C. (2) Release the tab a, b, c, d and e retaining the reel pulse board. (3) Release the tab f and g attaching the solenoid on the reel pulse board. (4) The reel pulse board and the solenoid come off.

a
Solenoid

Reel pulse board

g C

Fig.10

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2.4.6 Reattaching the Play/ Record & Clear head (See Fig.11~13) (1) Reattaching the head mount assembly. a) Change front of the direction cover of the head mount assembly to the left (Turn the head forward). b) Fit the bosses O', P', Q', U' and V' on the head mount assembly to the holes P and V, the slots O, U and Q of the mechanism sub assembly (See Fig.11 to 13). CAUTION: To remove the head mount assembly, turn the direction cover to the left to disengage the gear. If the gear can not be disengaged easily, push up the boss Q' slightly and raise the rear side of the head mounts slightly to return the direction lever to the reversing side. (2) Tighten the azimuth screw for reversing. (3) Reattach the spring from the back of the Play/ Record & Clear head. (4) Connect the flexible wire to connector CN31 on the head amplifier & mechanism control board.

O' P' V'

U'
Head mount assembly Fig.11 Head mount assembly

Q'

Direction cover

O PQ V U

Direction cover

Fig.12

Head

Azimuth screw for reversing Head mount

Spring Flexible wire

CN31
Fig.13

Head amplifier & mechanism control board

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2.5 Speaker section 2.5.1 Removing the Side cover (See Fig.1) (1) Removing the eight screws A on the side of the body.

A
Fig.1 2.5.2 Removing the sub woofer (See Fig.2) Prior to performing the following procedure, remove the side cover. (1) Remove the four screws B attaching the sub woofer on the side of the body. (2) Disconnect the red and black wires from the two terminals on the sub woofer.

Sub woofer
Fig.2

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2.5.3 Removing the Front panel (See Fig.3, 4) Prior to performing the following procedure, remove the side cover. CAUTION: When removing the front panel from the body, do not break or damage them that are glued at the joint a (See Fig.3). (1) Remove the four screws C attaching the front panel. (2) Release the four joints a. (3) Disconnect the yellow and black wires from the two terminals on the tweeder on the back of the front panel.

C
Front cover

Joint a
2.5.4 Removing the tweeter (See Fig.4) Prior to performing the following procedure, remove the side cover and the front panel. (1) Remove the two screws D attaching the tweeter on the back of the front panel.

Joint a

C
Fig.3

Tweeter

Fig.4

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2.5.5 Removing the woofer (See Fig.5) Prior to performing the following procedure, remove the side cover and the front panel. (1) Remove the four screws E attaching the woofer. (2) Disconnect the red and black wires from the two terminals on the woofer. 2.5.6 Removing the woofer (See Fig.5) Prior to performing the following procedure, remove the side cover and the front panel. (1) Remove the four screws F attaching the woofer. (2) Disconnect the three black wires and the black, red and blue wires from the two terminals on the woofer respectively.

Woofer

Woofer Fig.5

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SECTION 3 Adjustment
3.1 Adjustment method

Measurement Instruments Required for Adjustment 1. Low frequency oscillator This oscillator should have a capacity to output 0dBs to 600 at an oscillation frequency of 50Hz-20kHz. 2. Attenuator impedance : 600 3. Electronic voltmeter 4. Distortion meter 5. Frequency counter 6. Wow & flutter meter 7. Test tape VTT703L : Head azimuth VT712 : Tape speed and running unevenness (3kHz) VT724 : Reference level (1kHz) 8. Blank tape TYPE : AC-225 TYPE : AC-514 9. Torque gauge : For play and back tension FWD(TW2111A), REV(TW2121a) and FF/REW(TW2231A) 10. Test disc: CTS-1000

Tuner section FM Band cover: 87.5~108.0MHz MW Band cover: 530~1,710kHz Voltage applied to tuner +B : DC5.7V VT : DC 12V

Reference measurement output 26.1mV(0.28V)/3 Input positions AM : Standard loop antenna FM : TP1 (hot) and TP2 (GND)

Standard measurement position of volume Function switch to Tape Beat cut switch to Cut Super Bass/Active hyper Bass to OFF Bass Treble to Center Adjustment of main volume to reference output VOL : 28 Precautions for measurement 1. Apply 30pF and 33k to the IF sweeper output side and 0.082 F and 100k in series to the sweeper input side. 2. The IF sweeper output level should be made as low as possible within the adjustable range. 3. Since the IF sweeper is a fixed device, there is no need to adjust this sweeper. 4. Since a ceramic oscillator is used, there is no need to perform any MIX adjustment. 5. Since a fixed coil is used, there is no need to adjust the FM tracking. 6. The input and output earth systems are separated. In case of simultaneously measuring the voltage in both of the input and output systems with an electronic voltmeter for two channels, therefore, the earth should be connected particularly carefully. 7. In the case of BTL connection amp., the minus terminal of speaker is not for earthing. Therefore, be sure not to connect any other earth terminal to this terminal. This system is of an BTL system. 8. For connecting a dummy resistor when measuring the output, use the wire with a greater code size. 9. Whenever any mixed tape is used, use the band pass filter (DV-12).

Measurement conditions Power supply voltage AC120V (60Hz) Reference output : Speaker : 0.775V/4 : Headphone : 0.077V/32 Reference frequency and input level ------------------------------ 1kHz, AUX : -8dBs Measurement output terminal ------- at Speaker J3002 Load resistance --------------------------- 4

Radio Input signal AM frequency --------------------------------------- 400Hz AM modulation ---------------------------------------- 30% FM frequency --------------------------------------- 400Hz FM frequency deviation ------------------------ 22.5kHz

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3.2 Cassette mechanism adjustment

Head azinuth adjustment screw (Forward side)

Head azinuth adjustment screw (Reverse side)

Head azinuth adjustment screw (Forward side)

Head azinuth adjustment screw (Reverse side)

CN31 R/P head, Erase head

Mecha control board


P1 SW2 SW1 D1 FW100 IC1 SW6 VR37 R371 CN1 SW5

Motor speed VR37


R310 R208 C207 R108 CN34 R105 Q305 R313

CN33 C374 R343

R341

C376 CN32 D375 R342 R340 Q371

Q302 R315 C314 C313 R314 C308 L301

C107 C310

C105 C205 R372 R205 R206 R210 Q372

Q375 Q376 R338 R375

R106

R301 R335 R353 L303 C106

C307

C371 R305

R376

R110

R337 C331

C206

C300 R216 R204

BIAS adjust VR31

R327 R339 R304 C316 C301

C304 IC32 R336 C306

C213

R201 C203 C102 R101

C319

C202 C101

C103

C113

R202

R104

R102

C340

C341

C204 C201

VR31

C104 C121 R303 R345 R346 R306 R107 R344 R302 R121 Q342 D340

R109 C110

C210

IC33

R116

C342 W1 C209 R347

C221

C109 R207

W1 R221 Q346 CN31 Q343 Q345 Q344

Q347

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3.2.1 Mechanism section

Item Head azimuth

Condition Test tape : VT703L (8kHz) Output terminal : Speaker out

Measurement method

Ref.value

1.Playback the test tape VT703L (8kHz). Maximum 2.Adjust to maximum output level by azimuth output adjustment screw for forward side and reverse side. 3.This adjustment is adjust by adjustment screw of forward side and adjustment screw of reverse side.

Adjustment position Only adjust at changed head

Tape speed Test tap : VT712 (3kHz) Output terminal : Speaker out or Headphone out

Playback the test tape VT712 (3kHz) at end of forward side,adjust to 2,940~3,90Hz indication of frequency counter by VR37.

2,940 ~ 3,090Hz

VR37

Item Tape speed diviation at FWD/REV

Condition Test tape : VT712 (3kHz) Output terminal : Speaker out or Headphone out

Measurement method Playback the test tape VT712 (3kHz) at end of forward and reverse, tape speed deviation should be less than 6.0Hz.

Adjustment position Leass than VR31 6.0Hz Ref.value

Wow & Flutter Test tape : VT712 (3kHz) Output terminal : Speaker out or Headphone out

Playback the test tape VT712 (3kHz) at start of forward and reverse,Wow & Flutter are should be less than 0.25%(WRMS).

Less than 0.25% (WRMS)

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3.2.2 Electrical adjustment

Item Recording BIAS adjustment

Condition

Measurement method

Ref.value AC-225 :4.20 A AC-514 :4.0 A

Forward or Reverse 1.Set the test tape(AC-514 TYPE and AC-225 TYPE ), then make REC/PAUSE Test tape condition. :AC-514 TYPE 2.Connect 100 to recording head by series, :AC-225 TYPE then connect to VTVM for measurement the Output terminal current. Recording head 3.After setting, start the recording by release the PAUSE, in this time bias current adjust to next fig. by VR31 for Lch and VR32 for Rch. 4.0 A (TYPE ) and 4.20 A (TYPE ).

Adjustment position VR31

R/P playback frequency response

Reference frequency 1.Set the test tape (AC-514 TYPE ), then : 1kHz / 10kHz make REC/PAUSE condition. (Reference: -20dB) 2.Release the PAUSE, then start recording Test tape the 1kHz and 10kHz of reference frequency : AC-514 TYPE from oscillator. Input terminal 3.Playback the recorded position, 1kHz and : OSC IN 10kHz output deviation should -1dB 2dB to readjust by VR31 for Lch and VR32 for Rch.

Output deviation 1kHz/10kHz :-1dB 2dB

VR31

3.2.3 Electrical response confirmation

Item

Condition

Measurement method

Ref.value 100 kHz 6 kHz

Adjustment position

Recording Forward or Reverse 1.Change BIAS1 and 2, confirm the frequency Test tape bias should be change. : TYPE (AC-514) 2.Set the test tape (AC-514 TYPE ), then current Measurement make REC/PAUSE condition. terminal 3.Confirm the frequency should 100Hz 6kHz : BIAS test point on at BIAS test point on printed circuit board. printed circuit board

Erase current (reference value)

Forward or Reverse Rec condition Test tape : AC-514 TYPE : AC-225 TYPE Measurement terminal : Both side of Erase head

1.Set the test tape (AC-514 TYPE and AC-225 TYPE ), then make REC/PAUSE condition. 2.Release the PAUSE to REC condition, connect 1W to ERASE head by series, then confirm the erase current at both side of erase head.

TYPE : 120 mA TYPE : 75 mA

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3.3 Flow of functional operation until TOC read

Check Point

Power ON

Play Key

Slider turns REST SW ON.

Confirm that the voltage at the pin5 of CN801 is "H"\"L"\"H".

Automatic tuning of TE offset

Check that the voltage at the

Laser ON

pin40 of IC651 is + 5V?

Detection of disc

Automatic tuning of Focus offset Confirm that the Focus error S-cuve signal at the pin28 of IC651 is approx.2Vp-p Confirm that the signal from pin24 IC651 is 0V as a accelerated pulse during approx.400ms.

Automatic measurement of Focus S-curve amplitude

Disc is rotated
Tracking error waveform at TOC reading pin 25 of IC601(TE)
Approx 1.8V VREF

Approx.3sec

Focus servo ON (Tracking servo ON) Confirm the waveform of the Tracking error signal. at the pin 25 of IC601 (R604) (See fig-1)

Automatic measurement of Tracking error amplitude


Tracking Disc to be servo braked to stop on states Disc states TOC reading to rotate finishes Automatic measurement of TE amplitude and 500mv/div automatic tuning of 2ms/div Fig.1 TE balance Tracking servo off states

Automatic tuning of Tracking error balance

Automatic tuning of Focus error balance

Automatic tuning of Focus error gain

Automatic tuning of Tracking error gain

TOC reading

Confirm the eys-pattern at the lead of TP1

Play a disc

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3.4 Maintenance of laser pickup (CD) (1) Cleaning the pick up lens Before you replace the pick up, please try to clean the lens with a alcohol soaked cotton swab. (2) Life of the laser diode When the life of the laser diode has expired, the following symptoms will appear. The level of RF output (EFM output : ampli tude of eye pattern) will below.

3.5 Replacement of laser pickup (CD)

Turn off the power switch and, disconnect the power cord from the ac outlet.

Replace the pickup with a normal one.(Refer to "Pickup Removal" on the previous page)

Is the level of RFOUT under 1.25V 0.22Vp-p?

NO Replace it. Plug the power cord in, and turn the power on. At this time, check that the laser emits for about 3seconds and the objective lens moves up and down. Note: Do not observe the laser beam directly.

YES O.K
(3) Semi-fixed resistor on the APC PC board The semi-fixed resistor on the APC printed circuit board which is attached to the pickup is used to adjust the laser power. Since this adjustment should be performed to match the characteristics of the whole optical block, do not touch the semi-fixed resistor. If the laser power is lower than the specified value, the laser diode is almost worn out, and the laser pickup should be replaced. If the semi-fixed resistor is adjusted while the pickup is functioning normally, the laser pickup may be damaged due to excessive current.

Play a disc.

Check the eye-pattern at TP1.

Finish.

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SECTION 4 Description of major ICs


4.1 A42l2604V-45 (IC671) : DRAM Pin Layout Pin function Pin No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 21 22 23 24 25 26 Symbol VCC I/O0 I/O1 WE RAS NC A10 A0 A1 A2 A3 VCC VSS A4 A5 A6 A7 A8 A9 OE CAS I/O2 I/O3 VSS Function 3.3V Power Supply Data Input/Output Data Input/Output Write Enable Row Address Strobe No conection Address Inputs (2K product) Address Inputs (2K product) Address Inputs (2K product) Address Inputs (2K product) Address Inputs (2K product) 3.3V Power Supply Ground Address Inputs (2K product) Address Inputs (2K product) Address Inputs (2K product) Address Inputs (2K product) Address Inputs (2K product) Address Inputs (2K product) Output Enable Column Address Strobe Data Input/Output Data Input/Output Ground

VCC I/O0 I/O1 I/O2 WE RAS A10 A0 A1 A2 A3 VCC

1 2 3 4 5 6 8 9 10 11 12 13

26 25 24 23 22 21 19 18 17 16 15 14

VSS I/O3 I/O2 CAS OE A9 A8 A7 A6 A5 A4 VSS

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4.2 AN4801SB-W (IC801) : 4 channel power of amp system driver Pin Layout Pin function

26

21

20

14

Pin No. 1 2 3 4 5

Function Driver 2 input Power Cut input (channel 2 mute) Driver 1 input Power Cut input (channel 1 mute) Reset output N. C. N. C. Ground 1 for driver Power supply 1 for driver

Pin No.

Function

15 Driver 3 forward output 16 Driver 4 inverted output 17 Driver 4 forward output 18 Power supply 2 for driver 19 Ground 2 for driver 20 Standby input 21 N. C. 22 N. C. 23 Power supply 24 VREF input 25 Driver 4 input 26 Driver 3 input fin Ground

13

6 7 8 9

10 Driver 1 inverted output 11 Driver 1 forward output 12 Driver 2 inverted output 13 Driver 2 forward output 14 Driver 3 inverted output Block Diagram

PGND2 PVCC2 19 L :All mute H:Active 20 Standby Standy Band-gap VCC/VREF Reset Circuit 5 RESET out FIN 23

Focus

Tracking

Spindle M

Traverse M

PVCC1 PGND1

VO418 16

VO4+ VO317 14

VO3+ VO215 12

VO2+ VO113 10

VO1+ 11 9

PVCC/2

- +

+ -

- +

+ -

- +

+ -

- +

+ -

PVCC/2

SVCC

Direction Detector

Direction Detector

Direction Detector

Direction Detector

- +

- +

- +

- +
VREF 24

25

26

2 PC2

4 PC1

SGND SVCC

IN4

IN3 L :Active IN2 H:Power Cut

IN1

L :Active H:Power Cut

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4.3 BA033T (IC415) : Regurator Pin Layout Pin function Pin No. 1 2 3 Function VCC GND OUT

1 2 3
Block Diagram

VCC

1pin

VCC Vref + 3pin OUT

GND

2pin

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4.4 BR24C08FV-X (IC201) : EEPROM Pin Layout Pin function

VCC

WP

SCL

SDA

Pin name VCC GND A0,A1

I/O I I Power Supply Ground(0V)

Functions

Out of Use. Please Connect to GND. Slave Address Set Serial Clock Input

BR24C08/F/FV

A2 SCL SDA WP

I/O Slave and Word Address, Serial Data Input, Serial Data Output *1 I Write Protect Input

A0
Block Diagram

A1

A2

GND

*1 An open drain output requires a pull-up resister.

A0

1 10bit

8 kbit EEPROM ARRAY 8bit DATA REGISTER

8 VCC

A1

ADDRESS SLAVE . WORD DECODER 10bit ADDRESS REGISTER START STOP

7 WP

A2

CONTROL LOGIC ACK

6 SCL

GND 4

HIGH VOLTAGE GEN.

VCC LEVEL DETECT

5 SDA

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4.5 CD4094BC (IC33) : Serial to parallel port extension Pin layout


STROBE DATA CLOCK Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Vss 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 Vdd OUTPUT ENABLE Q5 Q6 Q7 Q8 Q's Qs

Block diagram

DATA CLOCK

2 3 8-STAGE SHIFT REGISTER

10 9

SERIAL Qs OUTPUT

Q's

STROBE

8-BIT LATHES

OUTPUT ENABLE

15

3-STATE OUTPUTS Q1 Q8 PARALLEL OUTPUT

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4.6 HA12238F (IC32) : R/P Equalizer Pin layout

21 REC OUT(L)

28 EQ OUT(L)

26 PB OUT(L)

30 PB-NF2(L)

24 REC IN(L)

29 PB-EQ(L)

23 ALC(L)

27 TAI(L)

25 NC

22 NC

PB-NF1(L) 31 TEST 2 32 RIP 33 PBIN(l) 34 REC Return 35

EQ

20

TEST (Open for nomal use)

MUTE

19 Iraf 18 GND

Return SW ALC

17 ALC DET 16 Vcc 15 REC MUTE OFF/ON

GND 36 PBIN(R) 37 NC 38 TEST 3 39 PB-NF1(R) 40 PB-NF2(R) 1


+ -

Return SW 14 MUTO ON/OFF 13 REC RETURN ON/OFF MUTE EQ REC OUT(R) 10 PB-EQ(R) 2 EQOUT(R) 3 TAI(R) 4 PB OUT(R) 5 NC 6 REC IN(R) 7 ARC(R) 8 NC 9 12 TEST 4 11 ALC ON/OFF

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Pin function Pin No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 Symbol PB-NF2(R) PB-EQ(R) EQOUT(R) TAI(R) PBOUT(R) NC REC IN(R) ALC(R) NC REC OUT(R) ALC ON/OFF TEST4 REC Return ON/OFF MUTE ON/OFF REC Return ON/OFF Vcc ALC DET GND I REF Test mode REC OUT(L) NC ALC(L) REC IN(L) NC PBOUT(L) TAI(L) EQOUT(L) PB-EQ(L) PB-NF2(L) PB-NF1(L) TEST2 RIP PBIN(L) REC-RETURN GND PBIN(R) NC TEST3 PB-NF1(R) PB EQ feed back NAB output EQ output Tape input PB output NC pin REC-EQ input ALC(R) signal out put NC pin REC output Mode control input TEST pin Mode control input Mode control input Mode control input Vcc Pin ALC detection signal out put GND pin Equalizer reference current input Test modepin REC output NC pin ALC(L) signal out put REC-EQ input NC pin PB output Tape input EQ output NAB output PB EQ feed back PB EQ feed back TEST pin Ripple fillter PB input REC Return GND pin PB input NC pin TEST pin PB EQ feed back Function

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4.7 GP1UM271XK (IC951) : Dual operation amplifier

RL

Amp

Limiter

B.P.F

Demodulator

Integrator

Comparator

GND Vcc Vout


4.8 HA17758A (IC466,IC467,IC491,IC492) : Dual operation amp Pin layout

Vout1

1 1 - +

8 VCC

Vin(-)1

2 2 + -

7 Vout2

Vin(+)1

6 Vin(-)2

VEE

5 Vin(+)2

4.9 LB1641 (IC1,IC2) : DC motor driver Pin layout Truth table Input IN1 0
1 2 3 4 VZ 5 IN1 6 7 8 9
10

Output OUT1 0 1 0 0 OUT2 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 1

Mode Brake CLOCKWISE COUNTER-CLOCKWISE Brake

IN2

1 0 1

GND OUT1 P1

IN2 VCC1 VCC2 P2

OUT2

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4.10 KIA7805API (IC304,IC360) : Regulator Pin layout

1.VCC 2.GND 3.OUTPUT

1
Block diagram

1 R22 R17 R26

INPUT

R1

Q11

Q11-1 Q15 Q16

Q12 Q14 R19 Q17 R12 Q19

R10

R15

R14 R16

3 Q18 R18 Q1 Q6 R9 R20

OUTPUT

R7

R11

R2

Z1

C1 Q10 Q7 R21 Q8

Q2 Q13 R3

Q4 Q3 R13 R4 R5 Q5 R6 Q9 R8

COMMON (GND)

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4.11 KIA7808API (IC303) : Regulator Pin layout

1.VCC 2.GND 3.OUTPUT

1
Block diagram

1 R22 R17 R26

INPUT

R1

Q11

Q11-1 Q15 Q16

Q12 Q14 R19 Q17 R12 Q19

R10

R15

R14 R16

3 Q18 R18 Q1 Q6 R9 R20

OUTPUT

R7

R11

R2

Z1

C1 Q10 Q7 R21 Q8

Q2 Q13 R3

Q4 Q3 R13 R4 R5 Q5 R6 Q9 R8

COMMON (GND)

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4.12 KIA7809API (IC305) : Regulator Pin layout

1.INPUT 2.COMMON 3.OUTPUT

1 2 3
Block diagram
1 R22 R17 R23 INPUT

R1

Q11

Q11-1 Q15 Q16

Q12 Q14 R19 Q17 R12 Q19

R10

R15

R14 R16

3 Q18 R18 Q1 Q6 R9 R20

OUTPUT

R7

R11

R2

Z1

C1 Q10 Q7 R21 Q8

Q2 Q13 R3

Q4 Q3 R13 R4 R5 Q5 R6 Q9 R8

COMMON (GND)

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4.13 KIA7812API (IC240) : Regulator Pin layout

1.VCC 2.GND 3.OUTPUT

1
Block diagram

1 R22 R17 R26

INPUT

R1

Q11

Q11-1 Q15 Q16

Q12 Q14 R19 Q17 R12 Q19

R10

R15

R14 R16

3 Q18 R18 Q1 Q6 R9 R20

OUTPUT

R7

R11

R2

Z1

C1 Q10 Q7 R21 Q8

Q2 Q13 R3

Q4 Q3 R13 R4 R5 Q5 R6 Q9 R8

COMMON (GND)

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4.14 MN101C61GMB1 (IC251) : Driver Pin Layout

60 61

41 40

80 1
Pin function PinNo. 1 2 3 4 5~7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 Symbol VREFANO:3.3VMON AN1:L.SENSOR AN2:1.8VMON NC NC NC(VPP) VREF+ VDD OSC2 OSC1 VSS XI XO MMOD MDATA;SB01 STAT:SBI1 MCLK SBT1 SB02;SIO BUSY SBT2:SCLK P06/MLD /RESET TRAY_CLOSE TRAY_OPEN POSITION_UP POSITION_DOWN P14;/P.ON IRQ0;BLKCK IRQ1;DQSY IRQ2;FLAG/MON2 IRQ3;MON I/O I I I I I I I I I GND

21 20

Function 3.3v monitor Linier sensor 1.8v monitor No use No use No use Reference Voltage Reference Voltage Main oscillator GND GND GND status

PinNo. 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42~43 44 45 46~59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80

Symbol P30;/AST_DSP CDEMP P31;TXTD P32;TXTCK CDCOPY CDTNO CDINDEX NC TXDO RXDO NC E2PSCL E2PSDA PC1 PC2 /DR_MUTE EQX5 EQX2 EQX4 /RESET_SW(PUP) NC STEND(PUP) MTOPEN(PUP) CLOSE5(PUP) CLOSE4(PUP) CLOSE3(PUP) CLOSE2(PUP) CLOSE1(PUP) STSAT(PUP) RAS_CONT CAS_CONT WE_CONT

I/O O reset

Function

O CD emphasis I CD-TEXT data O CD-TEXT clock O CD copy O CD TNo O CD index I/O No use O status out I command in I/O No use O clock I/O data I/O O driver mute ch1 O driver mute ch2 O driver mute O eqsw x5 O eqsw x2 O eqsw x4 I I I I I I I I I rest switch sub tray end switch main tray open switch tray5 close sw tray4 close sw tray3 close sw tray2 close sw tray1 close sw sub tray start switch I/O No use

O Main oscillator

O No use O command data O somannd data I/O serial I/O I/O busy I/O serial colock O command data I reset O main tray close O main tray open O position main up O position main down O power I I I I subQ clock for block CD-TEXT pack for data FLAG/MON2(/TXNCLDCK) MON(/NCAS1/A11)

O ras control O cas control O we control

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4.15 M61519FP (IC425) : Audio signal proccessor with surround Pin layout & Block diagram

REF REF 1 MIC 2 INA1 3 INB1 4 INC1 5 IND1 6 RECA/INex1 7 RECB1 8 TMI1 9 Mid TMO1 10 TCA1 11 SW2 TCB1 12 TCC1 13 A TOUT1 14 SW4 B +VOLIN1 15 BB_A1 16 BB_B1 17 OUT1 18 SAOUT 19 VCC 20 DATA 21 Bass& Treble V1 A C B SW3 A -6/-3/0/+3dB

V1

V2 S1 S2 42 SUR/DPL1 41 SUR/DPL2 40 INA2 39 INB2 38 INC2 -6/-3/0/+3dB 37 IND2 36 RECA2/INex2 B 35 RECB2 34 TMI2 Mid 33 TMO2

-5/0/+3.5dB A B

- + -5/0/+3.5dB B A

SW1

+-

S1S2

SW1 -+

Surround or Dolby Pro Logic Buffer -+ B + 0/-13dB +A SW2 B C

A SW3

32 TCA2 Bass& Treble V2 31 TCB2 30 TCC2 A 29 TOUT2 B SW4 28 VOLIN2 27 BB_A2 26 BB_B2 25 OUT2 24 SWOUT -+ )

VOL(0to -87dB, - ) VOL(0to -87dB, + +-

A B SW5 -+

0/-13dB

A SW5 B

MCU I/F

23 GND 22 CLOCK

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Pin function Pin No. 1 2 3-6 7-8 9-10 11-13 14 15 16-17 18 19 20 21-22 23 24 25 26-27 28 29 30-32 33-34 35-36 37-40 41-42 Symbol REF MIC INA to IND Input pin of MIC Mixing Input selector Function Input pin of internal reference(REF=4.5V)

RECA/INex,RECB Output pins for REC,RECA can switch mute function and external Input pins (At external input,RECA switchis fixed mute position.) TMI,TMO TCA,TCB,TCC TOUT VOLIN BB_A,BB_B OUT SAOUT VCC DATA,CLOCK GND SWOUT OUT BB_A,BB_B VOLIN TOUT TCA,TCB,TCC TMI,TMO External pins for Mid(sympathetic vibration type) External pins for Bass/Treble(Shelving type) Output pins for tone control Input pins of electoronic volume External pins for Bass boost Output pins Mix pin for spectrum Analyzar(L+R/2) Internal analog,power pin for digital circuit DATA for serial data, CLOCK input pin Internal analog,GND pin for digital circuit Mix pin for super woofer Output pins External pins for Bass boost Input pins of electoronic volume Output pins for tone control External pins for Bass/Treble(Shelving type) External pins for Mid(sympathetic vibration type)

RECA/INex,RECB Output pins for REC,RECA can switch mute function and external Input pins (At external input,RECA switchis fixed mute position.) INA to IND SUR/DPL Inuput selector External pins for surround, switching mute function use with DPL Input pin

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4.16 MN6627911AC1 (IC651) : DSP & DAC Block diagram


AVDD2 AVSS2 IREF ARF DSLF RFSW PLLF PLLF0 MDATA MCLK MLD STAT PMCK SMCK

DVDD DVSS

TIMING GENERATOR

X2 X1 A/D CONVERTER DSV INPUT PORT

MICROCOMPUTER INTERACE

DSL,PLL,VCO SUBCODE INTERFACE

TXTCK TXTD DQSY SBCK SUBC(TXTD/SMCK) NCLDCK(DQSY) FLAG BLKCK

ADPVCC FE TE RFENV

SPINDLE SERVO

MP3 DECORDER

EFM DEMODULATION SYNC INTERPOLATION CIRC ECC CDROM ECC

CTRC RAM

FS CONVERTOR

DRVDD A9~A0 NRAS NCAS0 NCAS1 NWE D3~D0

OFT NRFDET BDO

BUS CONTROL UNIT(BCU) SERVO CPU digital out DIGITAL FILTER D/A CONVERTER ADPCM

DRAM INTERACE

ANALOG LOW PASS FILTER

PWMSEL SPPOL

SERIAL OUTPUT INTERFACE(DA0)

OUTPUT PORT TX OUTL OUTR AVDD1 AVSS1 LRCKIN(EXT1) BCLKIN(EXT2) SRDATAIN(EXT0) SPOUT TRVP TRVM TRP TRM FOP FOM TBAL FBAL LDON LRCK(TXTCK/EXT1) BCLK(DQSY/EXT2) SRDATA(TXTD/EXT0) IPFLAG(FLAG)

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4.17 STK432-070 (IC602) : 2ch AF power amp Pin Layout

Block Diagram

15 R13 TR15 TR14 TR16 R14 14

C2 TR11 R8 TR9

R11 R12 TR12 TR13 R10 R9

TR10 11 10 6 7 12 R7 R6 TR4 C1 R3 R4 5 TR5 TR6 R5

TR7

TR8

D1 TR2 R1 TR1 4 1 2

13 TR3 R2 SUB

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4.18 STK432-420 (IC602) : power amp Pin Layout

Block Diagram

D42

D43

SUB

D53 D52

Comparator R41 TR41 17 18 D41 D51

Comparator R51 TR51

TR11

TR13 R11 C11 TR14 C12 R12 TR15

TR12 D12

R14 R15 R16 TR17 R17 10 11 8 9 R7 TR7 R6 12

R13 TR16 TR18 TR20 TR19 13 TR10 TR9

R3 D2 TR2

TR6 R4 R5 C2 TR4 C1 R3

D1

TR1

TR5 R2 15 16

TR3 14

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4.19 TC74VHC08FT-X (IC682) : NAND gate Pin layout & Block diagram
1A 1B 1I 2A 2B 2Y GND 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 14 Vcc 13 4B 12 4A 11 4Y 10 3B 9 8 3A 3Y

4.20 TC7SH32FU-X (IC681) : 2 Input single or gat Terminal layout

Vcc 5

Y 4

1 A

2 B

3 GND

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4.21 UPD784215AGF531 (IC810) : Micon Pin Layout


75 76 51 50

100 1 25

26

Pin function PinNo. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 Symbol DLED1 STBLED SWRLED DLED2 SMDLED RECLED DLED3 DCLLED +B5.0V RCKLED DLED4 HALLED POPLED DLED5 BUZZER NC STDLED CLSLED NC NC NC Vpp BLED1 BLED2 BLED3 BLED4 SBYLED VOLLED SMUTE HPMUTE NC RELAY POUT BASS1 BASS2 NC +B5.0V OSC OSC GND NC GND RESET INH HPSW REMIN I/O I I I I I I I I O I I O I O I I O O O O O I I I I I I I I O O O O O O O I Function Disc 1 LED Sound Turbo LED Subwoofer LED Disc 2 LED Sound Mode LED Recording LED Disc 3 LED Dance Club LED Back-up +5.0V Rock LED Disc 4 LED Hall LED Pop LED Disc 5 LED Buzzer Output No Connection Stadium LED Classic LED No Connection No Connection No Connection Flash Connector FL Back-light LED 1 FL Back-light LED 2 FL Back-light LED 3 FL Back-light LED 4 Stand-by LED (direct) Volume LED (direct) System Mute Headphone mute No Connection Relay Control Power On Subwoofer Level 1 Subwoofer Level 2 No Connection Back-up +5.0V 12MHz Crystal OSC 12MHz Crystal OSC GND No Connection GND Micom Reset (Pull-up to +B5.0V) Back-up Mode Detect Headphone Detect switch Remocon Input PinNo. 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 90-99 100 Symbol I/O Function PRT I Protector Input RDS CK I RDS Clock MSI I Music Scan Input PUP I Pull Up +5.0V +5.0V +5.0V +5.0V KEY1 I KEY1 Input KEY2 I KEY2 Input KEY3 I KEY3 Input KEY4 I KEY4 Input SLCPLAY I SLC Detect Play SLCKEY I SLC Key Input PHOTO A I SLC Photo A SPI I SPI Analog Input GND GND RDS DATA I RDS Data Input TUCE O Tuner Chip Enable GND GND MSTAT I FMU-SC6 Status Input KCMND O FMU-SC6 KCMND (serial data) VC3RESET O FMU-SC6 Reset TDATA I Tuner Data Input DATA O SLC / Tuner Data Output CK O SLC / Tuner Clock SLCCE O SLC Chip Enable FLSTB O FL Latch GND I GND FLDATA O FL Data Output FLCLK O FL Clock FLBLK O FL Blanking NC O No Connection VOLCLK O Volume IC CLK Output VOLDATA O Volume IC DATA Output ECHO1 O Echo Data 1 ECHO2 O Echo Data 2 NC O NC ECON O Ecology Mode VOLI Volume Jog Input + VOL+ I Volume Jog Input SMI S.Mode Jog Input + SM+ I S.Mode Jog Input RSEARCH I Search Jog Input FSEARCH I Search Jog Input + NC O No Connection GND GND

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4.22 XC6206P182M-X (IC691) : Regulator Pin Layout Pin funciton

PIN No. 1 2 3

Symbol VSS VOUT VIN

Function Ground Output Power Input

1
Block Diagram

VIN Current Limit + Voltage Reference

VOUT

VSS

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VICTOR COMPANY OF JAPAN, LIMITED AV & MULTIMEDIA COMPANY AUDIO/VIDEO SYSTEMS CATEGORY 10-1,1chome,Ohwatari-machi,Maebashi-city,371-8543,Japan

(No.22015)

Printed in Japan 200304WPC