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SERVICE MANUAL
MODEL: LDF900UR

CAR DVD RECEIVER
SERVICE MANUAL
MODEL: LDF900UR
CAUTION
BEFORE SERVICING THE UNIT, READ THE “SAFETY PRECAUTIONS”
IN THIS MANUAL.

P/NO : AFN74552044

SEPTEMBER, 2010

CONTENTS
SECTION 1

SUMMARY

SERVICING PRECAUTIONS ............................................................................................................................ 1-2
ESD PRECAUTIONS ......................................................................................................................................... 1-3
SPECIFICATIONS ............................................................................................................................................ .1-4
LOCATION OF USERS CONTROLS ................................................................................................................ 1-5
FIRMWARE UPGRADE METHOD .................................................................................................................... 1-6

SECTION 2

ELECTRICAL

ELECTRICAL TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE................................................................................................... 2-1
1. SYSTEM CONTROL ERROR CORRECTION FLOW CHART ................................................................ 2-1
2. SOUND ERROR CORRECTION FLOW CHART. .................................................................................... 2-6
3. DISPLAY ERROR CORRECTION FLOW CHART ................................................................................. 2-10
4. TUNER ERROR CORRECTION FLOW CHART.................................................................................... 2-16
5. AUX ERROR CORRECTION FLOW CHART......................................................................................... 2-19
6. DVD ERROR CORRECTION FLOW CHART ........................................................................................ 2-21
7. USB ERROR CORRECTION FLOW CHART......................................................................................... 2-24
WAVEFORMS .................................................................................................................................................. 2-25
WIRING DIAGRAM .......................................................................................................................................... 2-27
BLOCK DIAGRAMS ........................................................................................................................................ 2-29
1. OVERALL BLOCK DIAGRAM................................................................................................................. 2-29
2. POWER BLOCK DIAGRAM.................................................................................................................... 2-31
• MAIN PART .......................................................................................................................................... 2-31
• DVD/FRONT PART .............................................................................................................................. 2-33
CIRCUIT DIAGRAMS ...................................................................................................................................... 2-35
1. MAIN_1 CIRCUIT DIAGRAM .................................................................................................................. 2-35
2. MAIN_2 CIRCUIT DIAGRAM .................................................................................................................. 2-37
3. FRONT CIRCUIT DIAGRAM .................................................................................................................. 2-39
4. USB & AUX CIRCUIT DIAGRAM ........................................................................................................... 2-41
5. EJECT CIRCUIT DIAGRAM ................................................................................................................... 2-43
6. DVD_1 CIRCUIT DIAGRAM ................................................................................................................... 2-45
7. DVD_2 CIRCUIT DIAGRAM ................................................................................................................... 2-47
PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARD DIAGRAMS ....................................................................................................... 2-49
1. MAIN P.C.BOARD .................................................................................................................................. 2-49
2. FRONT P.C.BOARD ............................................................................................................................... 2-51
3. USB & AUX P.C.BOARD ........................................................................................................................ 2-53
4. EJECT P.C.BOARD ................................................................................................................................ 2-53
5. DVD P.C.BOARD .................................................................................................................................... 2-55

SECTION 3

EXPLODED VIEWS

1. CABINET AND MAIN FRAME SECTION ................................................................................................. 3-1
2. MECHANISM(PICK-UP) SECTION .......................................................................................................... 3-3

SECTION 4

REPLACEMENT PARTS LIST ............................................... 4-1
1-1

SECTION 1 SUMMARY
SERVICING PRECAUTIONS
1. Always disconnect the power source before:
1) Removing or reinstalling any component, circuit board, module or any other instrument assembly.
2) Disconnecting or reconnecting any instrument electrical plug or other electrical connection.
3) Connecting a test substitute in parallel with an electrolytic capacitor in the instrument.
CAUTION: A wrong part substitution or incorrect polarity installation of electrolytic capacitors may result in an
explosion hazard.
2. Do not defeat any plug/socket B+ voltage interlocks with which instruments covered by this service
manual might be equipped.
3. Do not apply power to this instrument and or any of its electrical assemblies unless all solid-state device heat sinks are correctly installed.
4. Always connect a test instrument’s ground lead to the instrument chassis ground before connecting
the test instrument positive lead. Always remove the test instrument ground lead last.
1) The service precautions are indicated or printed on the cabinet, chassis or components. When servicing,
follow the printed or indicated service precautions and service materials.
2) The Components used in the unit have a specified conflammability and dielectric strength. When replacing
any components, use components which have the same ratings. Components marked in the circuit diagram
are important for safety or for the characteristics of the unit. Always replace with the exact components.
3) An insulation tube or tape is sometimes used and some components are raised above the printed writing
board for safety. The internal wiring is sometimes clamped to prevent contact with heating components.
Install them as they were.
4) After servicing always check that the removed screws, components and wiring have been installed correctly
and that the portion around the service part has not been damaged. Further check the insulation between
the blades of attachment plug and accessible conductive parts.

1-2

ESD PRECAUTIONS
Electrostatically Sensitive Devices (ESD)

Some semiconductor (solid state) devices can be damaged easily by static electricity. Such components commonly are called electrostatically sensitive devices (ESD). Examples of typical ESD devices are integrated circuits
and some field-effect transistors and semiconductor chip components. The following techniques should be used
to help reduce the incidence of component damage caused by static electricity.
1. Immediately before handling any semiconductor component or semiconductor-equipped assembly, drain off
any electrostatic charge on your body by touching a know earth ground. Alternatively, obtain and wear a commercially available discharging wrist strap device, which should be removed for potential shock reasons prior
to applying power to the unit under test.
2. After removing an electrical assembly equipped with ESD devices, place the assembly on a conductive surface
such as aluminum foil, to prevent electrostatic charge buildup or exposure of the assembly.
3. Use only a grounded-tip soldering iron to solder or unsolder ESD devices.
4. Use only an anti-static solder removal device. Some solder removal devices not classified as “anti-static” can
generate electrical charges sufficient to damage ESD devices.
5. Do not use freon-propelled chemicals These can generate electrical charges sufficient to damage ESD devices.
6. Do not remove a replacement ESD device from its protective package until immediately before you are ready to
install it. (Most replacement ESD devices are packaged with leads electrically shorted together by conductive
foam, aluminum foil or comparable conductive materials).
7. Immediately before removing the protective material from the leads of a replacement ESD device, touch the
protective material to the chassis or circuit assembly into which the device will by installed.
CAUTION : BE SURE NO POWER IS APPLIED TO THE CHASSIS OR CIRCUIT, AND OBSERVE ALL
OTHER SAFETY PRECAUTIONS.
8. Minimize bodily motions when handing unpackaged replacement ESD devices. (Otherwise harmless motion
such as the brushing together of your clothes fabric or the lifting of your foot from a carpeted floor can generate
static electricity sufficient to damage an ESD device).

CAUTION. GRAPHIC SYMBOLS
THE LIGHTNING FLASH WITH ARROWHEAD SYMBOL. WITHIN AN EQUILATERAL TRIANGLE,
IS INTENDED TO ALERT THE SERVICE PERSONNEL TO THE PRESENCE OF UNINSULATED
“DANGEROUS VOLTAGE” THAT MAY BE OF SUFFICIENT MAGNITUDE TO CONSTITUTE A
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK.
THE EXCLAMATION POINT WITHIN AN EQUILATERAL TRIANGLE IS INTENED TO ALERT
THE SERVICE PERSONNEL TO THE PRESENCE OF IMPORTANT SAFETY INFORMATION IN
SERVICE LITERATURE.

1-3

SPECIFICATIONS
• GENERAL
Output Power
Power Source
Speaker impedance
Ground System
Dimensions (W x H x D)
Net Weight (Approx.)

53 W x 4 CH (Max.)
DC 12 V

Negative
178 x 50 x 169 mm (Without Control Panel)
1.42 kg

• TUNER
FM Tuning Range
AM Tuning Range

87.5 to 107.9 or 87.5 to 108 MHz
520 to 1720 or 522 to 1620 kHz

• CD
Frequency Response
S/N Ratio
Distortion
Channel Separation (1 kHz)

20 Hz to 20 kHz
85 dB
0.1 %
55 dB

• AUX
Frequency Response
S/N Ratio
Distortion
Channel Separation (1 kHz)
Max Input Level (1 kHz)

20 Hz to 20 kHz
85 dB
0.1 %
55 dB
2V

• USB
Version
Bus Power Supply (USB)

USB 1.1 or USB 2.0 Full Speed
DC 5 V
500 mA

• Line OUT
Frequency Response
Output Voltage

20 Hz to 20 kHz
2 V (Max.)

• Subwoofer (optional)
Frequency Response
Output Voltage

20 Hz to 120 kHz
2 V (Max.)

1-4

1-5 . C Volume knob · Adjusts volume level. movie. B Returns to the previous step. N AUX If connected to other portable player. H I N G Display window H Opens the front panel. D X❙❙ Plays and pauses playback. · Searches stations that have TA/TP information. · Checks tracks or files. selects function sources. I USB port J Displays file or disc information. powers unit on or off. · Confirms the settings. K MENU Activates or deactivates a setting menu. when it is pressed and held. · Selects a category menu during playback of a disc or USB containing with music. · When pressed and held. you can enjoy music or movie on the unit. and photo files together. L W❙./ +❙X Skip / Search / Seek / Tune E REC Recording to USB M Remote Sensor F BAND/• TA · Selects a band in TUNER mode.LOCATION OF USERS CONTROLS FRONT PANEL A B J K C L D E F G M A SRC/ • OFF · When pressed.

Enter 2. Reading Progress 3. Verify Progress (MCU Upgrade Only) 1-6 . Erase Progress *Read Error Complete 4.FIRMWARE UPGRADE METHOD Insert Firmware upgrade CD 1. Write Progress 5.

X402 YES Checked the ACC in? NO Q301. 50. IC401(38) YES Checked the detachable switch? NO CN901(19). 97. 14) YES Checked the main micom back up VDD? NO IC401(30. SW402. 47. 51. IC401(41) YES Checked the front panel key input? NO IC401(52) YES OK 2-1 1H 1I . SYSTEM CONTROL ERROR CORRECTION FLOW CHART Something wrong with the system control? 1A 1B 1C 1D 1E 1F 1G No power? YES Checked the fuse? NO Fuse Inside of CN801 YES Checked the back up VDD and GND? NO CN801(3. 100) YES Checked the main micom back up GND? NO IC401(20. IC401(90) YES Checked the main micom X-tal? NO X401.SECTION 2 ELECTRICAL ELECTRICAL TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE 1. 4) YES Checked the regulator back up and VDD? NO IC301(15. 99. 98) YES Checked the main micom reset? NO IC402(3).

CN901(4). IC401(12.1A Not available to remote control? YES Checked the remote control sensor VDD? NO RMC1(4) YES Checked the remote control sensor line? NO RMC1(1). 27) YES OK 1C Not available to key control? YES Checked the tact switch? NO SW901 ~ SW909 YES Checked the key line? NO CN901(11). IC401(52) YES OK 2-2 . IC401(5) YES OK 1B Not available to volume control? YES Checked the encoder volume? NO EV901(4. 25. 5). 13) YES Checked the volume IC control? NO IC601(24.

Q311. IC401(63) YES OK 1F Not available to wired remote control signal? YES Checked the wired remote jack? NO JK401 YES Checked the wired remote control? NO IC401(49. 55) YES OK 2-3 . IC302(1. Q305.1D Not available to telephone mute? YES Checked the tel mute input? NO CN801(10). IC402(62) YES OK 1E Not available to ANT(motor type) control? YES Checked the ANT control? NO CN801(9). 4).

1G Not available to remote(power AMP) control? YES Checked the remote connector? NO CN801(8) YES Checked the remote control to MCU? NO IC301(13). IC401(87) YES OK 1H Not available to park(hand brake)? YES Checked the hand brake connector input control? NO CN801(5) YES NO D311 Checked the diode? YES NO Q415 Checked the TR? YES Checked the MCU control? NO IC401(8) YES OK 2-4 .

IC401(81) YES Checked the rear input signal? NO JK705(5) YES Checked the switch control signal? NO IC403(2. 13) YES Checked the switch output? NO IC403(5. 10) YES Checked the rear signal to front board? NO CN901(1) YES OK 2-5 .1I Not available to reverse control? YES Checked the connector control signal? NO CN905(2) YES Checked the control TR? NO Q705 YES Checked the MCU control? NO IC401(69) YES Checked the detect signal? NO IC404(7).

22). 46) YES Checked the E-VR mute control? NO IC601(15). 5. 13. 13. Q709. 2. 5. 20. 18. 24) YES Checked the power IC control? NO IC801(4. IC401(45. 17. 18) YES OK 2-6 . 9. 20) YES Checked the power IC GND? NO IC801(1. Q704. 22. 23) YES Checked the main connector? NO CN801(11. IC401(59. 12. 7. 21.10) YES Checked the power IC signal in/out? NO IC801(3. 15. 16. 19. 8. Q707. 18. 15. 12. 12. Q705 YES Checked the E-VR signal in/out? NO IC601(1. 14. Q702. 6. 7. 19. 17. SOUND ERROR CORRECTION FLOW CHART Something wrong with the sound? 2A 2B 2C 2D No sounds of all functions? YES Checked the E-VR VDD? NO IC601(24) YES Checked the E-VR GND? NO IC601(27) YES Checked the E-VR control? NO IC601(25. 2. Q701. Q708. 21. 9. 11. Q711 YES Checked the line out mute control? NO IC401(61).2. Q703. 13. 23) YES Checked the power IC VDD? NO IC801(6. Q710. IC401(6). 26 ). 14.

IC301(8) Checked the E-VR VDD? YES NO IC601(27) Checked the E-VR GND? YES NO IC601(15). IC401(6. 2. 13. Q710. 12. 22. Q711. Q708. 61). Q709. 6. 23) YES OK 2B Hearing the pop noise? YES NO IC601(15). Q707. 9. 7. IC801(22) Checked the mute control? YES OK 2-7 . IC401(6) Checked the E-VR mute control? YES Checked the E-VR signal in/out? NO IC601(1. 5.2A No front line out signal? YES NO IC601(24).

5. IC401(80) YES OK 2-8 . 7. 6.2C No rear(subwoofer) line out signal? YES NO IC601(24) Checked the E-VR VDD? YES NO IC601(27) Checked the E-VR GND? YES Checked the E-VR mute control? NO IC601(15). 18. 19) YES OK 2D No output beep sound? YES Checked the beep control? NO IC601(14). 2. IC401(6) YES Checked the E-VR signal in/out? NO IC601(1. 9.

: PW-GND Picture 1) Power IC desc. We request that you send it to HQ. Check input pin 11.5 to 6 V 14 6.) 4. 17 RL 19 21 IN4 PW-GND4 24 OUT4 ( .■ CAUTION . Check Standby.) C6 9 IN1 OUT1 ( . C1 11 PW-GND1 8 OUT2 (+) C1 Stand-by Power Sound Voltage ON OFF OFF 0 to 1. Check VCC (pin 20. 12. Check Mute function. 15 C5 1. C3 1 TAB 2. pin 4 : Follow the below list. 6) & GND R1 MUTE : PRE-GND * Keep changed IC. pin 22 : Follow the below list. : Normally it is high (about 10 V) RL IN2 OUT2 ( . : Prevent crack of solder line.) PRE-GND 3 PW-GND3 18 OUT3 ( . 20 VCC1 6 VCC2 OUT1 (+) 3. 2-9 .5 to 6 V 12 C1 Voltage ON OFF 0 to 1. Re-soldering all the pin of IC.5 15 OFF ON 3.5 OFF ON ON 3. you have to check below list. Check Ripple pin 10.Tip for repair Before exchange power amp IC(TB2946) for no audio problem.) C1 RL IN3 RL 23 13 RIP STBY 10 4 OFF-SET MUTE DET 25 22 5V C2 PLAY C4 Sound 5 16 AC-GND OUT4 (+) Mute 7 PW-GND2 2 OUT3 (+) 5. 14.

67. DISPLAY ERROR CORRECTION FLOW CHART Something wrong with the display? 3A 3B 3C 3D 3E 3F No display or some display is broken? YES Checked the LCD driver VDD? NO IC901(12.3. 33) YES OK 2-10 . 28) YES Checked the LCD driver to LCD video data? NO CN903(5~10. 59. 31. 30. 27. 40. 41. 9. 4. 13. 7. 12~17. 19~24. 80) YES Checked the LCD driver reset? NO IC901(20) YES Checked the LCD driver OSC? NO IC901(54. 58) YES Checked the LCD driver GND? NO IC901(3. 55) YES Checked the LCD driver data interface? NO IC401(71. 8) YES Checked the LCD driver to LCD control data? NO CN903(26. 35. CN901(7. 24. 72). 57. 6. 23.

IC401(66). L920 YES Checked the LCD VDD? NO CN903(34) YES Checked the LCD VDD control? NO IC901(10) YES Checked the voltage and current sense? NO IC901(76. IC402(19) YES Checked the LED? NO LD921 ~ LD937 YES OK 3B Not available to LCD lighting control? YES Checked the VDD input? NO CN901(17). Q322. Q321. IC904. 77) YES OK 2-11 .3A Not available to illumination with button? YES Checked the dimmer control input? NO CN801(7). IC301(4) YES Checked the LED VDD? NO CN901(17).

3C Not available to rear_video display? YES Checked the connector control signal? NO CN905(2) YES Checked the control TR? NO Q705 YES Checked the MCU control? NO IC401(69) YES Checked the detect signal? NO IC404(7). 13) YES Checked the switch output? NO IC403(10) YES Checked the rear signal to front board? NO CN901(1) YES OK 2-12 . IC401(81) YES Checked the rear input signal? NO JK705(5) YES Checked the switch control signal? NO IC403(2.

4. 13.3D Not available to front_video display? YES Checked the AUX input? NO JK901(5) YES Checked the input connector? NO CN905(5). 11) YES Checked the switch output? NO IC403(10) YES Checked the rear signal to front board? NO CN901(1) YES OK 2-13 . IC404(1) YES Checked the switch control? NO IC403(2. CN907(4) YES Checked the front board to main board connector? NO CN901(4) YES Checked the MCU detect signal? NO IC401(81).

3E Not available to DVD_video display? YES Checked the DVD IC video output? NO IC1301(69) YES Checked the DVD board video output connector? NO CN1602(24) YES Checked the main board video input? NO CN903(7) YES Checked the switch input? NO IC403(3) YES Checked the switch control? NO IC403(2. 11) YES Checked the switch output? NO IC403(10) YES Checked the rear signal to front board? NO CN901(1) YES OK 2-14 . 13. 4.

3F Not available to rear_out_video? YES Checked the switch control? NO IC403(2. 13) YES Checked the switch output? NO IC403(5) YES Checked the rear out connector? NO JK705(9) YES OK 2-15 .

15). 17) Checked the tuner VDD? YES Checked the tuner GND? NO TU101(3) YES Checked the tuner VDD control? NO IC301(11) YES Checked the I2C data? NO TU101(14. TUNER ERROR CORRECTION FLOW CHART Something wrong with the tuner system? 4A 4B 4C Not available to tuner? YES NO TU101(6. IC401(1.4. 2) YES Checked the RF signal in? NO CN101(1. IC401(4) YES OK 2-16 . 2) YES Checked the mute control? NO TU101(8).

12. 2. Q707. 12. 16. Q708. 12. 8. Q710. Q701. Q711 YES Checked the line out mute control? NO IC401(61). IC401(4) YES Checked the E-VR & power AMP? NO See the sound error correction process. 23) YES Checked the main connector? Fig. 1. 5. 11) YES Checked the mute? NO TU101(8). 11. 13. 7. 21. Q703. 19. 13. 10) YES Checked the power IC signal in/out? NO IC801(3. 6. 22. 15. 9. YES Checked the E-VR control? NO IC601(25. 2. 23) YES Checked the power IC VDD? NO IC801(6. 13. 22). 26 ). 18) . 5. IC401(6). Q702. 24) YES Checked the power IC control? NO IC801(4. 17. 18. 7. 20) YES Checked the power IC GND? NO IC801(1. 46) YES Checked the E-VR mute control? NO IC601(15). IC401(59. IC401(45. 14. Q705 YES Checked the E-VR signal in/out? NO IC601(1. Q709. 2 YES OK 2-17 CN801(11. 9. 14.4A Tuner no sound? YES Checked the tuner signal out? NO TU101(10. 18. 17. 21. Q704. 19. 20. 15.

83) Checked the AF mute? YES OK 2-18 . 16). D404 ~ D409) Checked control diode? YES OK 4C Not available to AF? YES NO IC101(12.4B Not available to RDS function? YES NO TU101(18. IC401(66. 19. 20) Checked the RDS data? YES NO RDS(D405 ~ D409). Non RDS(D402. 15.

IC401(6) YES Checked the E-VR signal in/out? NO IC601(1. 5. 13. 22. 9. 12. 3). 23) YES OK 2-19 . JK901 YES Checked the E-VR & power AMP? NO See the sound error correction process YES NO IC601(24) Checked the E-VR VDD? YES NO IC601(27) Checked the E-VR GND? YES Checked the E-VR mute control? NO IC601(15). AUX ERROR CORRECTION FLOW CHART Something wrong with the AUX system? 5A AUX no sound? YES Checked the AUX signal input? NO CN907(1. 7. 6.5. 2.

13. IC404(1) YES Checked the switch control? NO IC403(2. CN907(4) YES Checked the front board to main board connector? NO CN901(4) YES Checked the MCU detect signal? NO IC401(81).5A AUX no video? YES Checked the AUX input? NO JK901(5) YES Checked the input connector? NO CN905(5). 11) YES Checked the switch output? NO IC403(10) YES Checked the rear signal to front board? NO CN901(1) YES OK 2-20 . 4.

82. 102. CN1203 YES Checked the 8/12 cm sense switch? NO Fig. 9. 59. 31.6. CN1602(3) Checked the load switch? YES Checked the loading motor control? NO CN1602(7. 89. 19. 21) YES Checked the DVD DSP GND? NO IC1301(7. CN1303. 21) YES Checked the DVD DSP reset? NO CN1602(6) YES Checked the DVD DSP X-tal? NO X1301(27 MHz) YES NO SW1301. 110) YES Checked the motor DRV VDD? NO CN1202(20. DVD ERROR CORRECTION FLOW CHART Something wrong with the DVD player? 6A 6B 6C No loading? YES Checked the DVD VDD? NO CN1602(15. 64. 16. 18. 8. 1. 20. 2 YES OK 2-21 CN1602(2) . 10).

26) YES Checked the RF signal out check? NO IC1301(123. 8. 53) YES Checked the SLED control? NO IC1301(105. IC1202(7. CN1203. 1. 10) YES Checked the motor loading control? NO CN1602(7. CN1201 YES Checked the tracking control? NO IC1201(23. 9. 13) YES Checked the focus control? NO IC1201(25. 114). 9). 2 CN1602(13) YES Checked the motor DRV mute control? NO IC1201(4.6A No reading & “FILE CHECK” display? YES Checked the limit switch? NO Fig. 8) YES Checked the DVD DSP control? NO CN1101(11. 124) YES Checked the spindle motor control? NO IC1301(52. 24) YES OK 2-22 . 106.

1.6B No ejected the disc? YES Checked the eject key? NO SW1301 YES Checked the eject control key? NO CN904 YES Checked the main board control? NO IC401(3) YES Checked the loading motor control? NO Fig. 4) YES OK 6C DVD/CD no sound? YES Checked the DSP signal out? NO IC1301(65. 66) YES OK 2-23 . 2 CN1602(1.

7. IC1301(6) YES Checked the D+/D. USB ERROR CORRECTION FLOW CHART Something wrong with the USB? Only “NO USB” or “USB CHECK” display? YES Checked the USB VDD? NO IC1301(78). 80) YES OK 2-24 .port? NO IC1301(79. CN971(5) YES Checked the USB interface IC GND? NO IC1301(81) YES Checked the USB interface IC reset? NO CN1602(6).

4) DISC READING FOR LOADING IC1301:[Pin112] IC1301:[Pin111] IC1301:[Pin114] IC1301:[Pin112] IC1301:[Pin111] IC1301:[Pin114] FCO FCO TCO TCO SPDCO SPDCO Fig.1) SWITCHING CONDITION FOR LOADING CHCUKING S/W Fig.WAVEFORMS Fig.3) DISC CHECKING FOR LOADING Fig.2) SWITCHING CONDITION FOR UNLOADING CN1602:[Pin3] CN1602:[Pin13] CN1602:[Pin1] CN1602:[Pin2] CHCUKING S/W LIMIT S/W CN1602:[Pin3] CN1602:[Pin13] CN1602:[Pin1] CN1602:[Pin2] LIMIT S/W LOADING S/W LOADING S/W 8/12 S/W 8/12 S/W Fig.6) CD_OUT IC1301:[Pin88] IC1301:[Pin103] IC1301:[Pin104] IC1301:[Pin88] IC1301:[Pin103] IC1301:[Pin104] CD/DVD SW CD/DVD SW DVDLDO DVDLDO CDLDOO CDLDOO 2-25 .5) CD LOADING Fig.

7) DVD LOADING Fig.10) RESET CN901:[Pin19] CN901:[Pin9] CN901:[Pin8] CN901:[Pin5] FRONT OPEN KEY1 KEY1 RESET RESET REMOCON REMOCON 2-26 CN901:[Pin19] CN901:[Pin9] CN901:[Pin8] CN901:[Pin5] .8) DVD_OUT IC1301:[Pin88] IC1301:[Pin103] IC1301:[Pin104] IC1301:[Pin88] IC1301:[Pin103] IC1301:[Pin104] CD/DVD SW CD/DVD SW DVDLDO DVDLDO CDLDOO CDLDOO Fig.Fig.9) POWER ON FRONT OPEN Fig.

HANDBRAKE REAR IN ANT LINE OUT 6CH POWER HARNESS JK705 CN801 PICK UP WIRED REMOCON JACK SLED SPINDLE LOADING 24P 4P 13P 2P CN1101 CN1201 CN1202 CN1203 JK401 MAIN 30P 30P CN904 CN1602 19P SOCKET CN901 CN901 19P PLUG FRONT 2-27 2-28 DVD . POWER ANT.WIRING DIAGRAM B+. ACC. PHONE MUTE. DIMMER. SPEAKER OUT.

OVERALL BLOCK DIAGRAM MAIN ASSY Line Out 2 V x 4 CH ANT Tuner ST OIRT RDS NON RDS TB2946Q 53 W MOS VOLUME IC BD3702 X 4 SPEAKERS VIDEO AMP Control Line Signal Line Micro Controller NEC(16bit) Multi Regulator (HA13173) VIDEO OUT + DC.BLOCK DIAGRAMS 1.DCCON(5 V) FCI 19P CNT CD ASSY PICK UP SPEH8202G (SUNPLUS) AV IR Receiver VOLUME ENCODER VIDEO DECODER TW8817 TFT-LCD TOVIS (3” LANDSCAPE) Motor Driver 1 FLASH CP CHIP EEPROM SDRAM USB Motor Driver 2 AUX IN/ VIDEO IN USB 2-29 2-30 .

3 V 308 mA MPS4462 D.2. 400 mA DVD MTR 8V1 A Variable channels (2.6 V. POWER BLOCK DIAGRAM • MAIN PART TUNER MODULE Power Amp IC TB2946 LV25210 8 V 52 mA.8 V 200 mA FRONT MODULE 2-31 2-32 8.4 V.3 VD 308 mA 5 V DRV 530 mA IC307 BA00CC0WFP PICK UP 5 V 274 mA 5 V P/UP 274 mA 8 V MTR 140 mA * Maxium reference 5V 1A DVD MODULE 3.4 V AT93C46 5 V 4 mA IC301 HA13173 IC601 BD3702FV 48 mA Remote Vb-0.3) IC306 KIA78R000PI DVN 1. 5 V 50mA LC72725 5 V 20 mA BACK UP 14.D.3 V 87 mA 1. 160 mA IC401 UPD78F1164 20 mA ILL 8.6 V.3 VD 3.4 V.4 V 140 mA .8 V 202 mA IC303 LM1117 3.8 V 202 mA 1. 400 mA Back Up 5. 480 mA AUDIO 8.CON DRV 5 V 2327 mA 3.

4 mA 3” TFT LCD 10 mA 2-33 2-34 IC901 TW8817 KNOB LED 140 mA .3 VA: 177.5 mA IC904 LM1117 (3.6 mA IC601 XC6221B332NR 177.8 V 202.0 15 mA Pick-up LD-CD/DVD: 209 mA 3.4 V 140 mA ICI303 MX25L3205 11 mA IC1301 SPEH8202G-V ICI401 64Mbit SDRAM 30 mA 1.5 mA FRONT MODULE 3.385 mA 250.8 V: 202.3 VD: 32.985 mA (70 % Efficiency) 8 V MTR (LOADING) 140 mA 5 V DRV (SPINDLE/SLED) 530 mA (Max.200 mA) ICI201 AN41204A 530 mA (Max.3 VD 307.900 mA) ICI202 BD7931F 100 mA (Max.900 mA) 5V 8.75 mA 5 V P/UP 274.75 mA ICI501 CP 2.6 mA 3.8 V) 200 mA Pick-up 23.3 V: 57 mA BACK LIGHT 30 mA IC902 LM1117 (1.8 V: 190 mA 3.• DVD/FRONT PART DVD MODULE 1.3 V) 87 mA USB 5V 1A ICI302 S-C24CS08AFJ 10 mA 1.

CIRCUIT DIAGRAMS 1. 10 1 A B C D E F G H I 2-35 J K L 2-36 M N O P Q R S T . 08. MAIN_1 CIRCUIT DIAGRAM 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 MAIN_1 EBY60930101_3_2 2010.

MAIN_2 CIRCUIT DIAGRAM 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 MAIN_2 EBY60930101_3_2 2010. 08. 10 1 A B C D E F G H I 2-37 J K L 2-38 M N O P Q R S T .2.

FRONT CIRCUIT DIAGRAM 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 FRONT EBY60930001_1_2 2010. 08. 10 1 A B C D E F G H I 2-39 J K L 2-40 M N O P Q R S T .3.

08.4. USB & AUX CIRCUIT DIAGRAM 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 USB&AUX EBY60871301_1_1 2010. 10 1 A B C D E F G H I 2-41 J K L 2-42 M N O P Q R S T .

5. 08. 10 1 A B C D E F G H I 2-43 J K L 2-44 M N O P Q R S T . EJECT CIRCUIT DIAGRAM 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 EJECT EBY60871001_1_1 2010.

08. 10 1 A B C D E F G H I 2-45 J K L 2-46 M N O P Q R S T .6. DVD_1 CIRCUIT DIAGRAM 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 DVD_1 EBY60871201_1_1 2010.

7. DVD_2 CIRCUIT DIAGRAM 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 DVD_2 EBY60871201_1_1 2010. 10 1 A B C D E F G H I 2-47 J K L 2-48 M N O P Q R S T . 08.

C. MAIN P.BOARD (TOP VIEW) (BOTTOM VIEW) 2-49 2-50 .PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARD DIAGRAMS 1.

C.BOARD (TOP VIEW) (BOTTOM VIEW) 2-51 2-52 . FRONT P.2.

USB & AUX P.3.BOARD ( TOP VIEW ) ( BOTTOM VIEW ) 4. EJECT P.BOARD ( TOP VIEW ) ( BOTTOM VIEW ) 2-53 2-54 .C.C.

5. DVD P.BOARD ( TOP VIEW ) ( BOTTOM VIEW ) 2-55 2-56 .C.

2-57 2-58 .

818 Loc.No.No.No.SECTION 3 EXPLODED VIEWS 1. 835 Loc.No.No. 801 Loc. 808 Loc. CABINET AND MAIN FRAME SECTION Caution Point Accessory 451 A43 : (FRONT + USB & AUX + EJECT) PCB Assembly Loc.No. 850 Loc. 900 298 271 273 274 A45 464 270 A43 A41 LCD1 FRONT 279 A26 273 DVD 272 A50 CABLE4 A44 CABLE3 A49 451 461 458 263 450 EJECT 284 290 451 276 CABLE1 A46 285 451 295 CABLE2 283 458 MAIN 296 451 452 297 456 A42 252 451 450 450 262 451 261 294 255 257 256 293 260 451 251 450 453 450 292 254 3-1 3-2 .

MECHANISM(PICK-UP) SECTION A03 3-3 3-4 .2.