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ORDER NO.

MD0802017CE

CD Stereo System
SA-AK270PL
SA-AK270GCP
Colour
(K)... Black Type

Notes: This model’s CD mechanism changer unit is CRS1. Please refer to the original Service Manual
(Order No. MD0509368C0) for this mechanism.

Specifications
■ AMPLIFIER SECTION Sensitivity 100 mV, 4.0 k Ω
RMS output power stereo mode Terminal Stereo, 3.5 mm jack
THD 10%, both channels driven Headphone jack
1 kHz 125 W per channel (3 Ω) Terminal Stereo, 3.5 mm jack
Total RMS stereo mode power 250 W Output impedance 32 Ω (Max)
PMPO 2800 W (PL Only) Mic jack (GCP only)
■ FM/AM TUNER, TERMINALS SECTION Sensitivity 0.7 mV, 1.5k Ω
Preset station FM 25 stations Terminal Mono, 3.5 mm jack
AM 15 stations ■ CASSETTE DECK SECTION
Frequency Modulation (FM) Type 1 way
Frequency range Track system 4 track, 2 channel
87.9 to 107.9 MHz (200 kHz steps) (PL only) Heads
87.5 to 108.00 MHz (100 kHz steps) (PL only) Record/playback Solid permalloy head
87.50 to 108.00 MHz (50 kHz steps) (GCP only) Erasure Double gap ferrite head
Antenna terminal(s) 75 Ω (unbalanced) Motor DC servo motor
Amplitude Modulation (AM) Recording system AC bias 100 kHz
Frequency range Erase system AC erase 100 kHz
522 to 1629 kHz (9 kHz steps) (GCP only) Tape speed 4.8 cm/s
522 to 1639 kHz (10 kHz steps) (GCP only) Overall frequency response (+3, -6 dB) at DECK OUT
520 to 1710kHz (10 kHz steps) (PL only) NORMAL 35 Hz to 14 kHz
Aux Input RCA pin jack S/N ratio 50 dB (A weighted)
Music Port (front) jack Wow and flutter 0.18 % (WRMS)

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SA-AK270PL / SA-AK270GCP

Fast forward and rewind time Power supply
Approx. 120 seconds with C-60 cassette tape AC 120 V, 60Hz (PL only)
■ DISC SECTION AC 110 to 127/220 to 240 V, 50/60Hz (GCP only)
Disc played [8 cm or 12 cm] Power consumption 65 W (GCP Only)
(1) CD-Audio (CD-DA) 68 W (PL Only)
(2) CD-R/RW (CD-DA, MP3* formatted disc) Dimensions (WxHxD) 250x331x342mm
(3) MP3* Mass 4.7kg
* MPEG-1 Layer 3, MPEG-2 Layer 3 Operating temperature range 0 to 40°C
Pick up Operating humidity range 35 to 80% RH (no condensation)
Wavelength 780 nm Power consumption in standby mode:
Beam Source Semiconductor laser 0.3W (approx) (PL only)
Audio output (Disc) 0.4W (approx) (GCP only)
Number of channels 2 (FL, FR) ■ SYSTEM
■ USB SECTION SC-AK270 (PL) Music center: SA-AK270 (PL)
USB Port Speaker: SB-AK270 (PL)
USB Standard USB 2.0 full speed SC-AK270 (GCP) Music center: SA-AK270 (GCP)
Media file format support Speaker: SB-AK270 (PL)
MP3 (*.mp3) For information on speaker system, please refer to the original
USB device file system Service Manual (Order No. MD0802018CE) for SB-AK270PL-K.

FAT 12 Notes:

FAT 16 1. Specifications are subject to change without notice. Mass and
dimensions are approximate.
FAT 32
2. Total harmonic distortion is measured by the digital spectrum
USB port power 500 mA (Max)
analyzer.
■ GENERAL

CONTENTS
Page Page
1 Safety Precautions 3 12 Procedure for Checking Operation of Individual Parts of Deck
2 Prevention of Electro Static Discharge (ESD) to Mechanism Unit 62
Electrostatically Sensitive (ES) Devices 5 13 Measurement And Adjustments 63
3 Handling Precautions For Traverse Unit 6 14 Voltage Measurement and Waveform Chart 65
4 Precaution of laser diode 8 15 Wiring Connection Diagram 69
5 About Lead Free Solder (PbF) 9 16 Block Diagram 71
6 Operation Procedures 10 17 Notes Of Schematic Diagram 79
7 New Features 13 18 Schematic Diagram 81
8 Self diagnosis and special mode setting 15 19 Printed Circuit Board 95
9 Assembling and Disassembling 24 20 Illustration of ICs, Transistors and Diodes 103
10 Service Fixture and Tools 55 21 Terminal Function of Integrated Circuits 104
11 Service Positions 55 22 Exploded Views 107
23 Replacement Parts List 111

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1 Safety Precautions
1.1. General Guidelines
1. When servicing, observe the original lead dress. If a short circuit is found, replace all parts which have been overheated or
damaged by the short circuit.
2. After servicing, ensure that all the protective devices such as insulation barriers and insulation papers shields are properly
installed.
3. After servicing, check for leakage current checks to prevent from being exposed to shock hazards.

(This “Safety Precaution” is applied only in U.S.A.) (For PL Only)

1. Before servicing, unplug the power cord to prevent an electric shock.
2. When replacing parts, use only manufacturer’s recommended components for safety.
3. Check the condition of the power cord. Replace if wear or damage is evident.
4. After servicing, be sure to restore the lead dress, insulation barriers, insulation papers, shields, etc.
5. Before returning the serviced equipment to the customer, be sure to make the following insulation resistance test to prevent the
customer from being exposed to a shock hazard.

1.1.1. Leakage Current Cold Check
1. Unplug the AC cord and connect a jumper between the two prongs on the plug.
2. Using an ohmmeter measure the resistance value, between the jumpered AC plug and each exposed metallic cabinet part on
the equipment such as screwheads, connectors, control shafts, etc. When the exposed metallic part has a return path to the
chassis, the reading should be between 1MΩ and 5.2MΩ.
When the exposed metal does not have a return path to the chassis, the reading must be .

1.1.2. Leakage Current Hot Check (See Figure 1)
1. Plug the AC cord directly into the AC outlet. Do not use an isolation transformer for this check.
2. Connect a 1.5kΩ, 10 watts resistor, in parallel with a 0.15µF capacitor, between each exposed metallic part on the set and a
good earth ground such as a water pipe, as shown in Figure 1.
3. Use an AC voltmeter, with 1000 ohms/volt or more sensitivity, to measure the potential across the resistor.
4. Check each exposed metallic part, and measure the voltage at each point.
5. Reverse the AC plug in the AC outlet and repeat each of the above measurements.
6. The potential at any point should not exceed 0.75 volts RMS. A leakage current tester (Simpson Model 229 or equivalent) may
be used to make the hot checks, leakage current must not exceed 1/2 milliamp. Should the measurement is out of the limits
specified, there is a possibility of a shock hazard, and the equipment should be repaired and rechecked before it is returned to
the customer.

Fig. 1

1.2. Before Use (For GCP Only)
Be sure to disconnect the mains cord before adjusting the voltage selector.
Use a minus(-) screwdriver to set the voltage selector (on the rear panel) to the voltage setting for the area in which the unit will
be used. (If the power supply in your area is 110V or 127V, set to the “127V” position.)
Note that this unit will be seriously damaged if this setting is not made correctly. (There is no voltage selector for some countries,
the correct voltage is already set.)

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fire or other hazards.C. DO NOT SHORT-CIRCUIT DIRECTLY (with a screwdriver blade. 2.C.SA-AK270PL / SA-AK270GCP 1.B [M] (RTL) GCP PCB12 REPX0622K VOLTAGE SELECTOR P. to avoid overcurrent. C5704. Do not modify the original design without permission of manufacturer. Current consumption at AC 240V.B [M] (RTL) PL REPX0622K AC INLET P. Turn off the power. 1. The function of this circuitry is to prevent circuitry damage if. C5703. C5706 and C5707 through a 10Ω.B [M] (RTL) GCP DZ5701 ERZV10V511CS ZENER [M] S5701 K0ABCA000007 SW VOLTAGE SELECTOR [M] GCP L5001 G0B9R5K00003 LINE FILTER [M] L5002 G0B9R5K00004 LINE FILTER [M] L5702 G0B932H00001 LINE FILTER [M] PL L5703 ELF22V022A LINE FILTER [M] GCP T2900 G4D1A0000117 SWITCHING TRANSFORMER [M] T5701 ETS42BM18GAD MAIN TRANSFORMER [M] PL T5701 ETS42BN1A6AD MAIN TRANSFORMER [M] GCP T5751 ETS19AB256AG BACKUP TRANSFORMER [M] ZA5701 K3GE1ZZ00001 FUSE HOLDER [M] 4 . 5W resistor to ground. Table 1 Reference No.4. for instance). 60 Hz in NO SIGNAL mode (volume min at CD mode) should be ~ 600mA (For PL only).B [M] (RTL) PL REPX0622K SMPS P. the positive and negative speaker connection wires are “shorted”. If this occurs. C5705.3. Current consumption at AC 127V. 1.C. C5701. 50 Hz in NO SIGNAL mode (volume min at CD mode) should be ~ 500mA (For GCP only). or if speaker systems with an impedance less than the indicated rated impedance of the amplifier are used. • Sound stops during a performance. discharge AC Capacitors C5700.C. Turn on the power once again after one minute. the unit will not operate unless the power is first turned off and then on again. These parts are marked by in the Schematic Diagrams & Replacement Parts List. Safety Part Information Safety Parts List: There are special components used in this equipment which are important for safety. Determine the cause of the problem and correct it.5. Part No. It is essential that these critical parts should be replaced with manufacturer’s specified parts to prevent shock. restore power gradually using a variac. for example. as this may destroy solid state devices. Current consumption at AC 120V. 60 Hz in NO SIGNAL mode (volume min at CD mode) should be ~ 600mA (For GCP only). Part name & Description Remarks 18 RGRX0070A-A REAR PANEL [M] PL 18 RGRX0070B-A REAR PANEL [M] GCP 36 RKMX0144-K TOP CABINET [M] 68 REXX0684 PRIMARY WIRE 1 (BLACK) [M] PL 68 REZX0023 PRIMARY WIRE 1 (BLACK) [M] GCP 69 REXX0685 PRIMARY WIRE 2 (RED) [M] PL 69 REZX0024 PRIMARY WIRE 2 (RED) [M] GCP 70 REXX0686 VOLTAGE SELECTOR WIRE 1 [M] GCP 71 REXX0687 VOLTAGE SELECTOR WIRE 2 [M] GCP 360 RAE0165A-V TRAVERSE UNIT [M] (RTL) PCB10 REPX0622H AC INLET P.C. follow the procedure outlines below: 1. Before repair and adjustment Disconnect AC power.B [M] (RTL) GCP PCB14 REPX0622H SMPS P. 3. Note : When the protection circuitry functions. After repairs are completed. Protection Circuitry The protection circuitry may have operated if either of the following conditions are noticed: • No sound is heard when the power is turned on.

Caution Be sure no power is applied to the chassis or circuit. 8. SA-AK270PL / SA-AK270GCP Reference No. Do not remove a replacement ES device from its protective package until immediately before you are ready to install it. Examples of typical ES devices are integrated circuits and some field-effect transistors and semiconductor “chip” components. (Most replacement ES devices are packaged with leads electrically shorted together by conductive foam. and observe all other safety precautions. drain off any ESD on your body by touching a known earth ground. These can generate electrical charges sufficient to damage ES devices. 2.22uF [M] PL C5704 F1BAF1020020 1000pF [M] C5705 F1BAF1020020 1000pF [M] C5706 F1BAF1020020 1000pF [M] GCP C5707 F1BAF1020020 1000pF [M] GCP 2 Prevention of Electro Static Discharge (ESD) to Electrostatically Sensitive (ES) Devices Some semiconductor (solid state) devices can be damaged easily by electricity. 5 . Use only an anti-static solder remover device. Some solder removal devices not classified as “anti-static (ESD protected)” can generate electrical charge to damage ES devices. Immediately before handling any semiconductor component or semiconductor-equiped assembly. 5. (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 (ESD) sufficient to damage an ES device). 4.1uF 500V [M] GCP C5703 F0CAF224A085 0. Such components commonly are called Electrostatically Sensitive (ES) Devices. obtain and wear a commercially available discharging ESD wrist strap. to prevent electrostatic charge build up or exposure of the assembly. 1. Part No. which should be removed for potential shock reasons prior to applying power to the unit under test. 3. aluminium foil or comparable conductive material). place the assembly on a conductive surface such as aluminium foil. 6. Alternatively.33uF [M] C5703 F0C2H1040001 0. Do not use freon-propelled chemicals. 7. touch the protective material to the chassis or circuit assembly into which the device will be installed. After removing an electrical assembly equiped with ES devices. The following techniques should be used to help reduce the incidence of component damage caused by electro static discharge (ESD). Part name & Description Remarks ZA5702 K3GE1ZZ00001 FUSE HOLDER [M] PC5701 B3PBA0000402 PHOTO COUPLER [M] PC5702 B3PBA0000402 PHOTO COUPLER [M] PC5720 B3PBA0000402 PHOTO COUPLER [M] PC5799 B3PBA0000402 PHOTO COUPLER [M] F1 K5D802APA008 FUSE [M] PL F1 K5D802BNA005 FUSE [M] GCP FP2901 K5G4013A0001 FUSE PROTECTOR [M] TH5701 D4CAA5R10001 THERMISTOR [M] PL TH5702 D4CAC8R00002 THERMISTOR [M] GCP TH5860 D4CC11040013 THERMISTOR [M] P5701 K2AA2B000017 AC INLET [M] GCP P5701 K2AB2B000010 AC INLET [M] PL A2 K2CB2CB00018 AC CORD [M] PL A2 K2CQ2CA00006 AC CORD [M] GCP A6 K2DA42E00001 AC PLUG ADAPTOR [M] GCP C5700 F1BAF1020020 1000pF [M] C5701 F0CAF334A087 0. Immediately before removing the protective material from the leads of a replacement ES device. Use only a grounded-tip soldering iron to solder or unsolder ES devices. Minimize body motions when handling unpackaged replacement ES devices.

Caution when replacing the Traverse Deck The traverse deck has a short point shorted with solder to protect the laser diode against electrostatics breakdown. an antistatic shorting pin is inserted into the flexible board (FFC board). When removing or connecting the short pin. • Way of handling the traverse deck (optical pickup) 1. So. So. Human body grounding Use the anti-static wrist strap to discharge the static electricity from your body. 3. 6 . 2. take care not to let your clothes touch the traverse deck (optical pickup). Do not to apply excessive stress to the flexible board (FFC board). Be sure to remove the solder from the short point before making connections. 2. Work table grounding Put a conductive material (sheet) or steel sheet on the area where the traverse deck (optical pickup) is place. (It is pre-adjusted during production time) Grounding for electrostatic breakdown prevention 1. and ground the sheet. Do not subject the traverse deck (optical pickup) to static electricity as it is extremely sensitive to electrical shock. finish the job in as short time as possible. To prevent the breakdown of the laser diode. be careful of electrostatic breakdown during repair of the traverse deck (optical pickup).SA-AK270PL / SA-AK270GCP 3 Handling Precautions For Traverse Unit The laser diode in the traverse deck (optical pickup) may break down due to potential difference caused by the static electricity of clothes or our human body. 4. Do not turn the variable resistor for laser power adjustment. Caution : The static electricity of your clothes will not be grounded through the wrist strap.

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USE OF CONTROLS OR ADJUSTMENTS OR PERFORMANCE OF PROCEDURES OTHER THAN THOSE SPECIFIED HEREIN MAY RESULT IN HAZARDOUS RADIATION EXPOSURE. Do not disassemble the optical optical pickup unit. 4. 5. CAUTION! THIS PRODUCT UTILIZES A LASER. Do not adjust the preset variable resistor on the optical pickup lens. ■ Use of caution label 8 . Invisible laser radiation is emitted from the optical pickup lens. If the optical pickup is replaced.SA-AK270PL / SA-AK270GCP 4 Precaution of laser diode CAUTION: This unit utilizes a class 1 laser diode in the optical pickup unit . 2. Wavelength: 780nm When the unit is turned on: 1. 3. Do not use optical instruments to look at the optical pickup lens. use the manufacturer’s specified replacement pickup only. Do not look directly into the optical pickup lens. Use of control or adjustments or performance of procedures other than those specified herein may result in hazardous radiation exposure. 6.

96. it should be well molten and mixed with the original lead free solder. Definition of PCB Lead Free Solder being used The letter of “PbF” is printed either foil side or components side on the PCB using the lead free solder. and the melting point of the lead free solder is higher approx. Silver (Ag) 3.0%. The normal solder is the alloy of tin (Sn) and lead (Pb). the lead free solder is the alloy mainly consists of tin (Sn). Copper (Cu) 0.5%. On the other hand. • Remove the remaining lead free solder on the PCB cleanly for soldering of the new IC.) • To put lead free solder.5%. it takes the longer time to melt the lead free solder.3mm 100g Reel) RFKZ06D01K-----------(0.1.0mm 100g Reel) Note * Ingredient: Tin (Sn). Recommended Lead Free Solder (Service Parts Route.1 to 0.30 degrees C (86°F) more than that of the normal solder.6mm 100g Reel) RFKZ10D01K-----------(1.3% 9 . • Use the soldering iron (more than 70W) equipped with the temperature control after setting the temperature at 350±30 degrees C (662±86°F). RFKZ03D01K-----------(0. Service caution based on legal restrictions 5. (Definition: The letter of “PbF” is printed on the PCB using the lead free solder.1. • Since the melting point of the lead free solder is higher than that of the normal lead solder.1. Cobalt (Co) / Germanium (Ge) 0. silver (Ag) and Copper (Cu). General description about Lead Free Solder (PbF) The lead free solder has been used in the mounting process of all electrical components on the printed circuit boards used for this equipment in considering the globally environmental conservation. SA-AK270PL / SA-AK270GCP 5 About Lead Free Solder (PbF) 5. (See right figure) Service caution for repair work using Lead Free Solder (PbF) • The lead free solder has to be used when repairing the equipment for which the lead free solder is used.) • The following 3 types of lead free solder are available through the service parts route.

1. Main Unit Key Buttons Operations 10 .SA-AK270PL / SA-AK270GCP 6 Operation Procedures 6.

SA-AK270PL / SA-AK270GCP 6.2. Remote Control Key Buttons Operations 11 .

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7 New Features
7.1. Using the Music Port
This feature enables you to enjoy music from a portable audio equipment.

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7.2. Connecting and Playing a USB Mass Storage Class Device

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Service Mode Summary Table The service modes can be activated by pressing various button combination on the main unit and remote control unit.1. Below is the summary for the various modes for checking: 15 . SA-AK270PL / SA-AK270GCP 8 Self diagnosis and special mode setting This unit is equipped with functions for checking and inspecting namely: Self-Diagnostic and Test Mode. 8.

SA-AK270PL / SA-AK270GCP 8.2. Service Mode Table 1 16 .

3. Service Mode Table 2 17 . SA-AK270PL / SA-AK270GCP 8.

4. Reliability Test Mode (CRS1 Mechanism) Below is the process flow chart of ageing for the Mechanism unit. (CRS1) 18 .SA-AK270PL / SA-AK270GCP 8.

5. SA-AK270PL / SA-AK270GCP 8.2 Service Mode Table 1”) provides information on any problems occuring for the unit and its respective components by displaying the error codes. H** and F** are stored in memory and held unless it is cleared. These error code such as U**. 19 . Error code Table Display Self-Diagnosis Function (refer Section “8.

Error Code Table (For Deck Mechanism) 20 .1. 8.5.SA-AK270PL / SA-AK270GCP The error code is automatically display after entering into self-diagnostic mode.

5. SA-AK270PL / SA-AK270GCP 8.2. Error Code Table (For CD Changer) 21 .

CRS1 Error Code display CRS1 Error Code display 1. Error Code Table (For Power Supply) 8.4. 2.5. The errors that occured in CRS1 Mechanism can be recalled and displayed. The subsequence error shall be ignored and not memorize. e.memory space in EEPROM is neccesary. in the order of the occurence under self-diagnostic for procedures to enter this mode.g. To display all error code memorized In CRS1 Self-Diagnostic mode. It shall repeat after reaching error no.SA-AK270PL / SA-AK270GCP 8. For system with EEPROM as memory backup. press [DISC EXCHANGE] to display subsequence error code.: [1 _ _ _ _ I H M S] → [DISC EXCHANGE] [2 _ _ _ _ I T O P] → [DISC EXCHANGE] [3 _ _ _ _ H O M E] → [DISC EXCHANGE] [4 _ _ _ _ L O A D] → [DISX EXCHANGE] [5 _ _ _ _ _ U D D] → [DISC EXCHANGE] 22 .5.3. 5. • Only the first 5 errors will be memorized (in backup memory).

23 . SA-AK270PL / SA-AK270GCP 3. turn off the set. long press [DISC EXCHANGE] key (2s or more) 4. To exit CRS1 Self Diagnostic mode. To clear the error code memory In CRS1 Self-Diagnostic mode.

• Disassembly of Cassette Lid • Rectification for Tape Jam Problem • Disassembly of Traverse Unit • Disassembly of D-Amp P. Special reassembly procedures are described only when required. (Order No. reverse the respective procedures.B. “Attention Servicer” Some chassis components may have sharp edges.B.C. 3. & Remote Sensor P.C.C.C.SA-AK270PL / SA-AK270GCP 9 Assembling and Disassembling 9.B. In this following section does not contain the necessary disassembly & assembly information for the Mechanism unit (CRS1) except the disassembly & assembly of traverse unit.B. This section describes procedures for checking the operation of the major printed circuit boards and replacing the main components.B. Be careful when disassembling and servicing. on the page of “Replacement Parts List” (Section 23). Kindly refer to the original service manual for the Mechanism unit. For reassembly after operation checks or replacement.C. Please confirm operation for Mechanism Unit (CRS1).C. 24 . • Replacement for Switch Regulator IC (IC5701) • Replacement for Switch Regulator Diode (D5702) • Replacement for Regulator Diode (D5801) • Replacement for Regulator Diode (D5802) • Replacement for Regulator Diode (D5803) • Disassembly of AC Inlet P.B. • Disassembly of CD Lid • Disassembly of Deck Mechanism Unit • Disassembly of Deck P. Caution Special Note: This model uses a new Mechanism unit (CRS1). Caution: After replacing of Mechanism Unit (CRS1). Refer to the Parts No.C. • Disassembly of Mic P. ageing test is necessary. 2. Select items from the following index when checks or replacement are required.B. 1.C.B. • Replacement for Voltage Regulator IC (IC2731) • Replacement for Switch Regulator (Q2751) • Disassembly of SMPS P.B. MD0509368C0). 4.B. • Replacement of Digital Power Amp IC • Disassembly of Main P.1. Below is the list of disassembly sections • Disassembly of Top Cabinet • Disassembly of Mechanism Unit (CRS1) • Disassembly of Rear Panel • Disassembly of Front Panel Unit • Disassembly of Panel P.C. if necessary. Tact Switch P.C. • Disassembly of Deck Mechanism • Disassembly of Deck Mechanism P.C. (For GCP only) • Disassembly of USB P..B. • Disassembly of Music Port P.B.C.

(For GCP Only) Below shown is part no. SA-AK270PL / SA-AK270GCP • Disassembly of Voltage Selector P.C. of different screws types used: 25 .B.

Disassembly flow chart The following chart is the procedure for disassembling the casing and inside parts for internal inspection when carrying out the servicing.SA-AK270PL / SA-AK270GCP 9. To assemble the unit. 26 .2. reverse the steps shown in the chart as below.

C.B. Location 27 . SA-AK270PL / SA-AK270GCP 9. Main Components and P.3.

Disassembly of Top Cabinet Step 4 Push the top cabinet backwards as arrow shown to release the catches. 9.4.SA-AK270PL / SA-AK270GCP 9.(Step 5) of Item 9. Disassembly of Mechanism Unit (CRS1) • Follow the (Step 1) .5.4 Step 1 Remove 1 screw at rear cover. Step 5 Lift up the top cabinet and remove it in the direction of arrow. Step 2 Remove 5 screws at the rear panel. Step 1 Remove 3 screws on both sides of the top cabinet. Step 3 Lift the sides of top cabinet outwards as arrow shown. 28 .

Special Note: During reassembling procedure. Step 3 Release the claws outwards on both sides. Assembly is secured upon hearing a click sound.C. ensure both the claws and catches are fully catched.B. SA-AK270PL / SA-AK270GCP Step 2 Detach 22P cable at connector (CN2801) and 14P cable at connector (CN2805) on Main P. 29 . Step 4 Release catches at both sides.. Step 6 Shift the front panel unit slightly forward in the direction of arrows. Step 5 Release the tabs at the bottom of the front panel. Caution: Do not exert strong force when releasing the tabs.

Step 9 Remove the Mecha Chassis as arrow shown.(Step 5) of Item 9. 30 .SA-AK270PL / SA-AK270GCP Note: For disassembly & assembly of traverse unit.4 • Follow the (Step 1) of Item 9. please Step 7 Lift up the Mechanism Unit (CRS1).6. • Disassembly of Mecha Chassis Step 8 Remove 2 screws. Disassembly of Rear Panel • Follow the (Step 1) . • Disassembly of Rear Panel Step 2 Remove 8 screws at rear panel (For PL only). 9. Step 2 Remove 9 screws at rear panel (For GCP only).5 • Disassembly of Rear Cover Step 1 Remove 2 screws at rear cover. refer to original Service Manual for the Disassembly and Assembly of the Mechanism Unit (CRS1).

B.7.(Step 5) of Item 9. 9.B. Step 3 Release 2 catch from the side panel.B... Step 4 Remove the rear panel. Step 3 Detach 10P FFC cable at connector (CN2807) at Main P. Step 5 Detach the front panel unit.(Step 5) of Item 9.4 • Follow the (Step 3) .C..C.5 Step 1 Detach 27P FFC cable at connector (CN2806) at Main P. SA-AK270PL / SA-AK270GCP Step 4 Detach 22P FFC cable at connector (CN2011) at Main P.. 31 . Disassembly of Front Panel Unit • Follow the (Step 1) .B. Step 2 Detach 21P FFC cable at connector (CN3200) at Main P.C.C.

..5 • Follow the (Step 1) .8.C.B. Tact Switch P.(Step 5) of Item 9.7 Step 1 Remove Volume knob as arrow shown.C. Step 2 Remove 8 screws at Panel P. Step 5 Release 6 catches at Tact Switch P.C...4 • Follow the (Step 3) .C.B. Step 3 Remove 2 screws at Tact Switch P.B.B.C. & Remote Sensor P.(Step 5) of Item 9.B.C.(Step 5) of Item 9.C.B. • Follow the (Step 1) . 32 .SA-AK270PL / SA-AK270GCP 9.B.. Step 4 Release 2 catches at Panel P. Disassembly of Panel P.

33 .C. During reassembling procedures. ensure that D-Bass knob is seated properly.B.B. shown on Tact Switch P.B..C. SA-AK270PL / SA-AK270GCP Step 6 Release 2 catches at Remote Sensor P.Bs. & Remote 1.C.B.. During assembling of the P. Caution Notes: Step 7 Lift up the Panel P.C. • For GCP only Step 8 Desolder cable (ZJ6601) on Panel P.B.C.. ensure that the diode Sensor P. altogether as arrow shown.C.C. 2. are in upright position.B. Tact Switch P.

C.C.(Step 6) of Item 9.8 Step 1 Remove 2 screws at USB unit.(Step 5) of Item 9.(Step 5) of Item 9. Disassembly of USB P. Disassembly of Mic P..B..9. 34 .7 • Follow the (Step 1) .4 • Follow the (Step 3) . • Follow the (Step 1) .SA-AK270PL / SA-AK270GCP Step 3 Release 1 catch at Mic P.5 • Follow the (Step 1) .B.C.B.(Step 7) of Item 9.. Step 4 Detach 7P FFC wire cable at connector (CN6701) at Mic P. 9.B.(Step 5) of Item 9.4 • Follow the (Step 3) .C. Step 2 Remove 2 screws at Mic P.(Step 5) of Item 9. (For GCP Only) • Follow the (Step 1) .(Step 5) of Item 9.10.B.7 Step 1 Remove Mic knob as arrow shown.5 • Follow the (Step 1) . 9.C.

the USB unit.11. Step 3 Lift up the Music Port P.(Step 5) of Item 9. Disassembly of Music Port Step 2 Use a screwdriver to release the catches at both side of P.B.4 • Follow the (Step 3) .B.C.C.7 Step 1 Remove 2 screws at Music Port P. SA-AK270PL / SA-AK270GCP 9..C. Step 4 Unsolder the solder point to remove USB P. • Follow the (Step 1) .B. Step 3 Remove USB bottom case as arrow shown. Step 2 Release 2 catches.(Step 5) of Item 9.(Step 5) of Item 9.B. 35 .5 • Follow the (Step 1) ..C..

4 • Follow the (Step 3) .5 • Follow the (Step 1) .13.12. Step 2 Push the lever upward as arrow shown to open the cassette lid ass´y.SA-AK270PL / SA-AK270GCP Note: Please ensure that the spring is assembly at right position.(Step 5) of Item 9. 36 .(Step 5) of Item 9. 9.7 Step 1 Remove the spring as arrow shown in order of sequences (1) to (3).(Step 6) of Item 9. Step 2 Remove CD Lid as arrow shown. Disassembly of Deck Mechanism Unit • Follow the (Step 1) .(Step 5) of Item 9. 9. Disassembly of CD Lid • Follow the (Step 1) .(Step 5) of Item 9.(Step 5) of Item 9.7 Step 1 Remove 4 screws at Deck Mechanism.4 • Follow the (Step 3) .5 • Follow the (Step 1) .

(Step 3) of Item 9. SA-AK270PL / SA-AK270GCP Step 2 Desolder 2P wires at the motor terminal. Step 3 Remove the deck mechanism unit as arrow shown. Step 3 Detach 9P cable at connector (CP1902) on Deck P.4 • Follow the (Step 3) .13 Step 1 Remove 3 screws.5 • Follow the (Step 1) . 9. Step 4 Detach connector CP1301 from the head connector.(Step 5) of Item 9.(Step 5) of Item 9.7 • Follow the (Step 1) . 9.(Step 5) of Item 9.B..5 37 . • Follow the (Step 1) .B.4 • Follow the (Step 3) .(Step 5) of Item 9.(Step 5) of Item 9.C. Disassembly of Deck Mechanism • Follow the (Step 1) .C.14. Disassembly of Deck P.15.

Capstan Belt B.1.13 • Follow the (Step 1) .7 • Follow the (Step 1) .15.2. Step 2 Release the catches to remove the head connector. Step 4 Remove head block.(Step 5) of Item 9.(Step 3) of Item 9.15.14 9. 9.SA-AK270PL / SA-AK270GCP • Follow the (Step 1) . Replacement of Motor. Replacement of Pinch Roller and Head Block Step 1 Release catch to remove the Pinch Roller (F) Assy. Capstan Belt A. and Winding Belt Step 3 Remove 2 screws at the Deck Mechanism unit. 38 .(Step 4) of Item 9.

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(Step 5) of Item 9. 9.7 • Follow the (Step 1) .C. • Follow the (Step 1) . 40 .5 Step 1 Remove the spring.(Step 3) of Item 9.(Step 6) of Item 9.5 Mechanism P.(Step 5) of Item 9.(Step 5) of Item 9.17.13 • Follow the (Step 1) .4 Step 1 If a cassette tape cannot be removed from the deck (the tape is caught by the capstan or pinch roller during playback or recording).B.SA-AK270PL / SA-AK270GCP 9. Step 2 Push the cassette lid in the direction of arrows. Disassembly of Cassette Lid 9.C.13 • Follow the (Step 3) .16..C.7 • Follow the (Step 1) . • Follow the (Step 1) .14 Step 1 Desolder plunger terminals. Rectification for Tape Jam Problem • Follow the (Step 1) ..(Step 5) of Item 9.B.(Step 3) of Item 9.(Step 4) of Item 9.B.(Step 5) of Item 9. rotate the flywheel F in the direction of the arrow to remove it. Disassembly of Deck • Follow the (Step 1) . Step 3 Release 3 catches to remove the Deck Mechanism P.4 • Follow the (Step 3) .(Step 5) of Item 9. Step 2 Remove 1 screw at Deck Mechanism P.18.4 • Follow the (Step 1) .

Step 1: Press and hold the plunger lever and rotate the gear as arrows shown until it stop. Disassembly of Traverse Unit • Follow the (Step 1) . Note: Follow Disassembly of Cassette Lid. please refer to (5.(Step 9) of Item 9. For procedures to set the trays in “STOCK” position.3 Setting the Tray In “STOCK” position for CRS1 Service Manual order no. 9. MD0509368C0) Step 2 Push the lever upward and open the cassette lid.19.4 • Follow the (Step 1) .(Step 5) of Item 9.5 41 . Remove the cassette tape. SA-AK270PL / SA-AK270GCP Important notes: Ensure all the trays are in the “STOCK” position before proceeding to the disassemble of traverse unit.

4 • Follow the (Step 3) . • Assembly of Traverse Unit Step 2: Push the traverse slide plate as arrow shown to lock the traverse unit.B.(Step 5) of Item 9. 9.5 Step 1 Detach 17P FFC cable at connector (CN5050) at D- Amp P.SA-AK270PL / SA-AK270GCP Step 2: Push the traverse slide plate as arrow shown to Step 1: Turn over the unit and install the traverse unit. • Follow the (Step 1) . 42 .. release the traverse unit. Step 3: Remove the traverse unit as arrow shown. Disassembly of D-Amp P.C.(Step 7) of Item 9. Caution: Do not exert strong force on the traverse slide plate.C.20.B.

B. Step 4 Remove 4 screws at the rear panel.C. 43 .B. together with the chassis support as arrow shown. SA-AK270PL / SA-AK270GCP Step 2 Detach 8P wired connector (CN5500) at D-Amp P. Step 3 Remove 2 screws at D-Amp P.. Step 5 Lift up the D-Amp P.C.C. chassis support .B.

4 • Follow the (Step 1) .B.(Step 5) of Item 9.. Step 5 Remove Digital Power Amp IC (IC5000) from the heat sink unit. Step 6 Remove 3 screws from D-Amp P.C.(Step 7) of Item 9.B.C.(Step 7) of Item 9. may lead to injuries.B. as arrow shown. 44 . Step 7 Lift up D-Amp P.. Caution: Handle the heat sink power unit with caution due to its high temperature after prolonged use. Step 3 Remove 1 screw.SA-AK270PL / SA-AK270GCP 9.20 Step 1 Flip over D-Amp P. Replacement of Digital Amp IC (IC5000) • Follow the (Step 1) .21.. ensure the P. Step 4 Remove TR Spring in the direction of arrow shown. Step 2 Desolder pins of the Digital Power Amp IC (IC5000) on the reverse side of D-Amp P. Assembly of Digital Power Amp IC (IC5000) Step 1 Fix the Digital Power Amp IC onto the heatsink.B. Touching it.C. is seated properly at the chassis support.21.5 • Follow the (Step 1) . Note: During reassembling procedures.C.1. 9.B.C.

B. Step 4 Detach 10P FFC cable at connector (CN2807) at Main P.B. Step 5 Detach 11P wires cable at connector (CN5802) at 45 .C.(Step 7) of Item 9. Make sure it is well tighten to prevent overheat.C.C.(Step 5) of Item 9.B.C.. 9.20 Step 1 Detach 27P FFC cable at connector (CN2806) at Main P..B. SA-AK270PL / SA-AK270GCP Step 2 Screw back TR Spring onto the heatsink. Step 7 Remove 2 screws at rear panel.(Step 5) of Item 9. Step 3 Detach 22P FFC cable at connector (CN2011) at Main P.5 • Follow the (Step 1) . SMPS P.C... • Follow the (Step 1) .C.. Note: Use a blower to remove the minute particles that might caused left on the TR Spring. Step 2 Detach 21P FFC cable at connector (CN3200) at Main P.B.22.4 • Follow the (Step 1) . Disassembly of Main P.B. Step 6 Remove 2 screws.

B. Touching it may lead to injuries. • Follow the (Step 1) .C.B.B. Replacement of Voltage Regulator IC (IC2731) • Follow the (Step 1) .B. Caution: Handle the sub heat sink with caution due to its high temperature after prolonged use.5 • Follow the (Step 1) .24.(Step 5) of Item 9.1. 9. 46 .20 • Follow the (Step 1) ..23.(Step 5) of Item 9. Assembly of Voltage Regulator IC (IC2731) Step 1 Apply grease to sub heat sink.(Step 8) of Item 9. Step 2 Desolder pins of the Switch Transistor (Q2751) on the reverse side of Main P.B.. Caution Note: While lifting up Main P. Replacement of Switch • Follow the (Step 1) . Step 2 Fix and screw the Voltage Regulator IC (IC2731) to the sub heat sink. Step 3 Remove the Voltage Regulator IC (IC2731) from the sub heat sink.SA-AK270PL / SA-AK270GCP Step 8 Lift up Main P.(Step 8) of Item 9. Step 3 Remove the Switch Transistor (Q2751) from the sub heat sink.23. Step 2 Remove 1 screw form the Main P.(Step 7) of Item 9.. please handle Jack (JK2801) and Tuner Pack with care.C.C.20 9.C.C.B.4 Note: Ensure the Voltage Regulator IC (IC2731) is tightly screwed to the sub heat sink.(Step 7) of Item 9.4 • Follow the (Step 1) .22 Transistor (Q2751) Step 1 Desolder pins of the Voltage Regulator IC (IC2731) on the reverse side of Main P. 9.22 Step 1 Remove 1 screw form the Main P.C. as arrow shown.(Step 5) of Item 9.(Step 5) of Item 9..5 • Follow the (Step 1) . • Follow the (Step 1) ..

Step 2 Fix and screw the Switch Transistor (Q2751) to the sub heat sink.(Step 5) of Item 9. is seated properly at the locator. 9. Step 4 Flip the SMPS P.(Step 7) of Item 9. • For GCP Only Step 5 Desolder 2 wires pin (White and blue).B.25. Step 3 Lift up the SMPS P.20 Step 1 Detach 8P wires at connector (CN5802) at SMPS P. 9. as arrow shown. Disassembly of SMPS P. SA-AK270PL / SA-AK270GCP Caution: Handle the sub heat sink with caution due to its high temperature after prolonged use. ensure the P.B.B. Note: During reassembling procedures. • Follow the (Step 1) . Assembly of Switch Transistor (Q2751) Step 1 Apply grease to sub heat sink.C. Note: Ensure the Switch Transistor (Q2751) is tightly screwed to the sub heat sink. and desolder 2 wires pins (red and black).B. Step 2 Remove 4 screws at SMPS P..B.4 • Follow the (Step 1) .24.(Step 5) of Item 9.B. Touching it may lead to injuries.5 • Follow the (Step 1) .C.C. 47 .C.C..C.1.

C.B.20 Step 2 Fix and screw the Switch Regulator IC (IC5701) to the • Follow the (Step 1) .26.4 (IC5701) • Follow the (Step 1) . Step 1 Desolder pins of the Switch Regulator IC (IC5701) on Special Note: Ensure the Switch Regulator IC (IC5701) is the reverse side of SMPS P. (Item 19.1. Touching it may lead to injuries.B.(Step 5) of Item 9. Replacement of Switch Regulator IC (IC5701) 9. 48 . (IC5701).(Step 5) of Item 9.) for location of the part.26.C. 9.6. tightly screwed to the heatsink unit B. • Follow the (Step 1) .SA-AK270PL / SA-AK270GCP Note : Refer to the diagrams of SMPS P. Caution: Handle the heatsink unit B with caution due to its high temperature after prolonged use.(Step 5) of Item 9.(Step 7) of Item 9.B. Step 3 Solder pins of the Switch Regulator IC (IC5701) on the Step 2 Remove 1 screw from the Switch Regulator IC reverse side of SMPS P.5 Step 1 Apply grease to the heatsink unit B. Assembly of Switch Regulator IC • Follow the (Step 1) .25 heatsink unit B. Step 3 Remove the Switch Regulator IC (IC5701) from the heatsink unit B.C.

25 Step 2 Fix and screw the Switch Regulator Diode (D5702) to Step 1 Desolder pins of the Switch Regulator Diode (D5702) on the heatsink unit B.C. 49 . Regulator Diode (D5702) • Follow the (Step 1) . the reverse side of SMPS P.B.5 Diode (D5702) • Follow the (Step 1) .27. Caution: Handle the heatsink unit B with caution due to its high temperature after prolonged use. (Item 19.(Step 5) of Item 9.4 9.C. Step 3 Fix the heatsink unit B on SMPS P.B. tightly screwed to the heatsink unit B.1.B.B. Note : Refer to the diagrams of SMPS P. Step 5 Remove 1 screw from the Switch Regulator Diode.B. (D5702).B. Touching it may lead to injuries.C.) for 9. Special Note: Ensure the Switch Regulator Diode (D5702) is Step 2 Desolder pins of the heatsink unit B.C.C. (D5702). SMPS P.C.(Step 5) of Item 9. Assembly of Switch Regulator • Follow the (Step 1) . Step 6 Solder pins of the heatsink unit B on the reverse side of Step 4 Remove the heatsink unit B in the direction of arrows. in the direction of arrows.(Step 5) of Item 9. Replacement of Switch location of the part.6.C. • Follow the (Step 1) .(Step 7) of Item 9. Step 5 Solder pins of the Switch Regulator Diode (D5702) on Step 3 Remove 1 screw from the Switch Regulator Diode the reverse side of SMPS P. SA-AK270PL / SA-AK270GCP Step 6 Remove the Switch Regulator Diode (D5702) from the heatsink unit B. Special Note: Ensure pins of the Switch Regulator IC (IC5701) are properly seated and soldered on SMPS P. Step 4 Fix and screw the Switch Regulator IC (IC5701) to the heatsink unit B Special Note: Ensure the heatsink unit B is properly seated on SMPS P.20 Step 1 Apply grease to the heatsink unit B.27.B.

Step 3 Solder pins of the Regulator Diode (D5801) on the reverse side of SMPS P. Special Note: Ensure pins of the switch regulator diode Step 2 Fix and screw the Regulator Diode (D5801) to the (D5702) are properly seated and soldered on SMPS P. 9.SA-AK270PL / SA-AK270GCP Note: Refer to the diagrams of SMPS P.(Step 5) of Item 9.28.B.5 • Follow the (Step 1) . Step 2 Remove 1 screw from the Regulator Diode (D5801). Step 3 Remove the Regulator Diode (D5801) from the heatsink unit C.B. 50 .(Step 5) of Item 9.B.25 Step 1 Desolder pins of the Regulator Diode (D5801) on the reverse side of SMPS P. Caution: Handle the heatsink unit C with caution due to its high temperature after prolonged use.28.B.(Step 5) of Item 9. Diode (D5801) • Follow the (Step 1) .1.C. heatsink unit C.C. Replacement of Regulator Special Note: Ensure the Regulator Diode (D5801) is tightly screwed to the heatsink unit C.(Step 7) of Item 9.4 • Follow the (Step 1) .6. (Item 19. 9.C.) for location of the part. Touching it may lead to injuries. Assembly of Regulator Diode (D5801) Step 1 Apply grease to the heatsink unit C.20 • Follow the (Step 1) .C.

B.4 • Follow the (Step 1) . Special Note: Ensure the Regulator Diode (D5802) is tightly 51 .(Step 5) of Item 9.B.29. Step 3 Remove the Regulator Diode (D5802) from the heatsink unit C. Caution: Handle the heatsink unit C with caution due to its high temperature after prolonged use. properly seated and soldered on SMPS P.4 • Follow the (Step 1) .C. (Item 19.25 Step 1 Desolder pins of the Regulator Diode (D5802) on the reverse side of SMPS P.20 • Follow the (Step 1) .(Step 5) of Item 9.6. Step 2 Remove 1 screw from the Regulator Diode (D5802).5 • Follow the (Step 1) .(Step 5) of Item 9.C.B. SA-AK270PL / SA-AK270GCP Special Note: Ensure pins of the Regulator Diode (D5801) are screwed to the heatsink unit C.20 • Follow the (Step 1) .C. Step 2 Fix and screw the Regulator Diode (D5802) to the heatsink unit C.(Step 7) of Item 9.B. Special Note: Ensure pins of the Regulator Diode (D5802) are properly seated and soldered on SMPS P.(Step 5) of Item 9.C.B.C. 9.30. 9. Assembly of Regulator Diode (D5802) Step 1 Apply grease to the heatsink unit C.(Step 5) of Item 9. Replacement of Regulator Diode (D5803) • Follow the (Step 1) . 9. Replacement of Regulator Diode (D5802) • Follow the (Step 1) .(Step 7) of Item 9.1. Touching it may lead to injuries.(Step 5) of Item 9.25 Step 1 Desolder pins of the Regulator Diode (D5803) on the reverse side of SMPS P.5 • Follow the (Step 1) .C.29.) for location of the part. Note: Refer to the diagrams of SMPS P.B. Step 3 Solder pins of the Regulator Diode (D5802) on the reverse side of SMPS P.

6.B. 9. Assembly of Regulator Diode (D5803) Step 1 Apply grease to the heatsink unit C.B.4 Step 1 Remove 2 screws at AC Inlet P.1.B.B. • Follow the (Step 1) . Step 3 Remove 1 screw at the rear panel. Disassembly of AC Inlet P. Special Note: Ensure the Regulator Diode (D5803) is tightly screwed to the heatsink unit C. Touching it may lead to injuries.SA-AK270PL / SA-AK270GCP Step 2 Remove 1 screw from the Regulator Diode (D5803).C.C.30. (Item 19. Step 2 Cut 2 tie wraps.(Step 5) of Item 9.31. 9.C. Note: Refer to the diagrams of SMPS P. 52 . Step 3 Solder pins of the Regulator Diode (D5803) on the reverse side of SMPS P.. Step 2 Fix and screw the Regulator Diode (D5803) to the heatsink unit C.B.C. Step 3 Remove the Regulator Diode (D5803) from the heatsink unit C. Caution: Handle the heatsink unit C with caution due to its high temperature after prolonged use.) for location of the part. Special Note: Ensure pins of the Regulator Diode (D5803) are properly seated and soldered on SMPS P.C.

53 .C. Note: During reassembling procedures..B. and desolder 2 wires pins (red and black). SA-AK270PL / SA-AK270GCP Caution: Remember to use tie wraps to tie red/ black wires between AC Inlet P.B.B. ensure the P. to the chassis.C. Step 2 Detach the voltage selector from rear panel.(Step 5) of Item 9.32. Step 5 Lift up the AC Inlet P. Disassembly of Voltage Selector ( For GCP Only) • Follow the (Step 1) .C.4 Step 1 Remove 1 screw at rear panel.B. Step 6 Flip over the AC Inlet P. is seated properly at the locators. Step 4 Detach the rear panel slightly backward as arrow shown.C. 9.

C. Step 5 Desolder 2 wires pin (White and blue). Step 4 Release 2 catches on Voltage Selector P.B.B.. 54 .SA-AK270PL / SA-AK270GCP Step 3 Desolder 3 pins of Voltage Selector P..C.

Note: Main P. (CN5802) REXX0680 (11P Wires) (C) SMPS P. 11. Step 1 Remove the top cabinet.B.C.B.B. P.B. see the Section 9.B.C.B.C. (CN2341) . Deck P.C.SMPS P. (H5801) .D-Amp P. Step 3 Detach 27P FFC cables at connector (CN2806) at Main P.B.D-Amp P.C.B.B. and Music Port P. Step 5 Detach 10P FFC cables at connector (CN2807) at Main P.C.B..B..B.. Checking and Repairing Panel.2. Tact Switch P. Step 4 Detach 21P FFC cables at connector (CN3200) at Main P. Step 6 Detach 22P FFC cables at connector (CN2011) at Main Step 7 Remove the front panel unit. (CN5050) REEX0930 (17P FFC Wires) (B) Main P. 55 . (CN2701) .C.C.C.B.C. Step 1 Remove the top cabinet . 11. can be checked at its original position.B. Step 2 Remove Mechanism unit (CRS1).C.B.C.C.1. SA-AK270PL / SA-AK270GCP 10 Service Fixture and Tools Service Tools Extension FFC (A) Main P. Checking and Repairing of Main P.C.. (CN5500) REXX0683 (8 Pin Flat Wires) 11 Service Positions Note: For description of the disassembly procedures.C.

Deck P.C.C. Step 14 Connect 22P FFC cable at connector (CN2011) at Main P.C.C.B.SA-AK270PL / SA-AK270GCP Step 8 Remove 4 screws at the Deck Mechanism unit.. Step 12 Connect 21P FFC cable at connector (CN3200) at Main P. Step 9 Connect 22P FFC cable at connector (CN2801) at Main P.B. Tact 56 .. Step 11 Connect 27P FFC cable at connector (CN2806) at Main P. Step 10 Connect 14P FFC cable at connector (CN2805) at Main P.B.B.C.B..B. Step 15 Check and repair Panel P...C..C.B. Step 13 Connect 10P FFC cable at connector (CN2807) at Main P.C..B.

Step 6 Check and repair the Mic P. Step 5 Shift the front panel unit slightly forward in the direction of the arrow.C.B.3. and Music Port P. Step 3 Remove 2 screws at chassic supports.C. Step 2 Detach 8P wires cable at connector (CN5500) at D-Amp P. 57 .C.4. Checking and Repairing of D- Amp P. • Follow (Step 1) .B.B.B. Checking and Repairing Mic P. Step 4 Release the tabs at the bottom of the front panel.C. 11.C. Step 2 Release the claws outwards on both sides.B.C. 11.2 Step 1 Detach 17P FFC cable at connector (CN5050) at D- Amp P.C.(Step 2) of item 11. Step 3 Release the catches at both sides. (For GCP only) Step 1 Remove the top cabinet..B. SA-AK270PL / SA-AK270GCP Switch P.B... at its original position.

.C. 58 . as arrow shown.C. Step 6 Remove 3 screws from D-Amp P.B..C.C.SA-AK270PL / SA-AK270GCP Step 4 Remove 4 screws at the rear panel. together with the chassic support as arrow shown. Step 5 Lift up the D-Amp P.B.B..C. Step 9 Connect 14P cable at the connector (CN2805) on Main P.B.B. Step 8 Connect 22P cable at the connector (CN2801) on Main P. Step 7 Lift up D-Amp P.

Checking and Repairing of AC Inlet P. SA-AK270PL / SA-AK270GCP Step 10 Attach original cable with extension cable (REXX0683) Step 2 Remove 4 screws.B.(Step 5) of item 11.B. according to the diagram shown.B..C.3 Step 1 Detach wire connector at connector CN5802 at SMPS P.C. Step 11 Connect extension cable (REEX0930) (17P cable from CN2341 to CN5050). & SMPS P. 59 .C.2 • Follow (Step 2) . Step 13 Check and repair D-Amp P.5. Step 3 Remove 2 screws at AC Inlet P. Step 4 Cut 2 tie wraps onto wires.C.B. • Follow (Step 1) . (8P cable from H5801 to CN5500). 11.(Step 2) of item 11.C..B.

SA-AK270PL / SA-AK270GCP Step 5 Remove 1 screw at the rear panel.B.. Step 8 Connect 22P cable at the connector (CN2801) on Main P.C.. Step 9 Connect 14P cable at the connector (CN2805) on Main P.B. & AC Inlet P.. together with the SMPS P. Step 7 Position SMPS P. according to the diagram shown.C.C.B.C.B.B.C. lift up the AC Inlet P. 60 .C. Step 6 Move the rear panel slightly backward as arrow shown.B.

Step 12 Connect extension cable (REEX0930) (17P cable from CN2341 to CN5050).B. & SMPS P. SA-AK270PL / SA-AK270GCP Step 13 Service AC Inlet P. Step 10 Attach original cable with extension cable (REXX0683) (8P cable from H5801 to CN5500). 61 .B.C. respectively.C. Step 11 Attach original cable with extension cable (REXX0680) (11P cable from CN2701 to CN5802).

1. Lift up the mechanism unit’s plunger/rib with the tip of a negative screwdriver. Insert a cassette tape to the unit.1.1. (ON: approx. (ON: approx.) (Fig. (→ MOTOR rotates. 50msec) Repeat the operation (→ FWD PLAY) (Note) Other operation may start if a timing of supplying the plunger power is missed. 6 12. 6) 2. 5msec) d. Supply DC9V to the plunger. REV PLAY: Supply the plunger power in a normal timing at STOP mode. -PL) (Fig. (ON: approx. Operation Check with Cassette Tape 1. 7) 62 . 12.1. Plunger/Rib operation) Fig. (Fig. 4. 5msec) c. Pull up the EJECT lever using a rubber band. (ON: approx. STOP: Supply the plunger power in a flash at FF mode. STOP: Supply the plunger power in a flash at FWD FF mode.SA-AK270PL / SA-AK270GCP 12 Procedure for Checking Operation of Individual Parts of Deck Mechanism Unit 12. 5) a. 6) 2.) 3. Supply DC5V to MOTOR. FWD FF: Supply the plunger power in a flash at PLAY mode. 5msec) b. and turn the power ON and OFF. Pull up the EJECT lever using a rubber band. (ON: approx. Supply DC5V to MOTOR. 50msec) f. Operative Parts of Deck Mechanism Unit (EJECT lever fitted with rubber band. FWD PLAY: Supply the plunger power in a flash. (→ Power +PL. and operate the unit in the same timing as supplying the power. (ON: approx.2. (Fig. (Fig. Connection Status between Mechanism and Power Supply (Motor.2. REV REW: Supply the plunger power in a flash at REV PLAY mode. Operation Check without Cassette Tape 1. Plunger) 12. (→ MOTOR rotates. 200msec) e. 5) 3.

Fig. 8 Fig.1. 3.3.1.1. 9 13. Apply under [9. Connect the headphone jack output jig (Fig 8) to headphone jack.13 Disassembly of Deck Mechanism Unit]. SA-AK270PL / SA-AK270GCP 13 Measurement And Adjustments 13.1. Tape Speed Adjustment • Normal speed adjustment (only during forward playback) 63 . Cassette Deck Section 13.1. 2.1. under [9. Preparations 1. Remove 4 screws from the mechanism unit to disassemble. Assembling and Disassembling].2. Requirements • Test tape (QZZCFM) (QZZCWAT) • Normal blank cassette tape (QZZCRA) • Digital frequency counter • Oscilloscope • Electrical voltmeter • Headphone jack output jig (Fig 8) 13.4. Setting of Unit • VOLUME: MAX 13.

Standard Range: 20 ± 3mV Fig. (Fig 12) (Fig 9 for location of Test point) 2. 3. Set the function to “TAPE” position. 12 13.1. 3.000±90Hz) 1. Connect an electrical voltmeter.) 5. Set the function to “TAPE” position. Insert a normal blank cassette tape (QZZCRA) and press “REC” mode on main unit. 2.1. 4. (Fig 10) 2. 11 13. (Repeat pressing the buttons till the recording pause mode is activated. Connect a frequency indicator. Insert a normal blank cassette tape (QZZCRA). (Fig 11) Adjustment Range: 3.6. Standard Value: 100 ±8 kHz Fig. Check that the output frequency is within the standard range. Connect a digital frequency counter (Fig 13). Bias Frequency Check 1. 4.5. Check that the output level is within the standard range. While pressing and holding down [REC( )] button.000 ± 90Hz (a constant speed) Fig. 10 Fig. 13 64 . Bias Voltage Check 1. 3. Adjust the motor screw so that the following output level is produced.SA-AK270PL / SA-AK270GCP (Product reference value: 3. Playback the middle portion of the test tape (QZZCWAT). press [TAPE( )] button to pause the recording mode.

1.B. CD Servo P.1.C. because it may differ from an actual measuring value due to difference of Measuring instrument and its measuring condition and product itself. 65 . 14. Voltage Measurement 14. SA-AK270PL / SA-AK270GCP 14 Voltage Measurement and Waveform Chart Note: Circuit voltage and waveform described herein shall be regarded as reference information when probing defect point.1.

Main P. Deck P.B.C.3.2.B.B.1.C.C.SA-AK270PL / SA-AK270GCP 14.1. 66 . 14. & Deck Mechanism P.

1.C.C.1.5.1. (GCP ONLY) 14. 14.4. 14.B.C.C. USB P. D-Amp P.7.C.B. 67 .1.B.6. & Panel P. SA-AK270PL / SA-AK270GCP 14.B.B. SMPS P. MIC P.

SA-AK270PL / SA-AK270GCP 14. Waveform Chart 68 .2.

....1 CN2011 CP1902 JK6810 9. AC VOLTAGE LINE. 17 .. . 2 PbF H5801* CN3200 21. . ... . . SOLDER SIDE PbF 1. .. ....C. . ...C. 1 BLK 2 WHT 1 K SMPS P. .. 1 1 E MUSIC PORT P... . 2 N MIC P. . . SA-AK270PL / SA-AK270GCP 15 Wiring Connection Diagram PbF F REMOTE SENSOR P. ... . J6001 .. FOR GCP ONLY SOLDER SIDE Note: "*" for indication only. . FRONT SPEAKERS JK6701 1 CN5050 16 .. 1 CN2805 CN2801 G DECK P.. C PANEL P.B. .B. ....B.... RED 3.B.. .. . 11 21 .. .. . .. AUX 2 1 CN2806 CN3601 2 MOT OR 10 .. .1 2 1 MUSIC ..C... .1 PICKUP . . . . ....C. ... CN1305 SOLDER SIDE WR1903 TO L AC INLET P. . ..B.C.B. ...8 J6501B* J6001B* PbF 3. . HEADPHONE 9 10 JK6800 PbF CN2807 PbF 9 10 BLU .. 1 CP1301 22 . .. .. . . . . 1 TO R/P HEAD 14 . . . . . ...C. . 1 .1 CN7002 CAUTION 22 21 . ..B.. 69 .. PbF ....... .. SOLDER SIDE SOLDER SIDE .. .. . . .. . ..B. D TACT SWITCH P. .. PORT CN6807 CN2701* 20 1 2 ... 2 50Hz (GCP Only) PbF BLK 17 ..C. SOLDER SIDE A CD SERVO P.... ... 2 8 .. . . . . . TRAVERSE . ...C. . . .. . SOLDER SIDE 4... PbF AC IN TUNER PACK SOLDER SIDE . ..1 CN5802 11 . FOR DEBUGGING USB CONNECTOR 21 22 P901 PbF P903 B MAIN P... 2 1 OPTICAL ... .....B. .2 (SIDE B) 5.B.C.... . . .8 MOTOR 16 15 M M7301* CN7001 T5701 (MAIN TRANSFORMER) PbF SPINDLE MOTOR M BLU M7302* PbF CN6701 H6601* 1 J D-AMP P...C.1 13 . . .. .... J6501A* .B... .. .B. 21 JK2801 2 . 1 . .. .B...C.... .B... .. . . . 2 SOLDER SIDE CN6001 27 ..... SOLDER SIDE SOLENOID H DECK MECHANISM P. . .....C. .... PbF 26 ... . ..B. .. .. SOLDER SIDE 7 1 CN5500 8 JK5001 MIC . 1 M VOLTAGE SELECTOR P... . ... RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK .9 2 PL+ PL. WHT CS971 1. . ..C... ...... ... ...C. .. 1..1 SOLDER SIDE PbF T5751 FOR GCP ONLY (BACKUP TRANSFORMER) 1 2 ... ..C.. 22 27 SOLDER SIDE 26 . .. ... TO CRS1 SOLDER SIDE (CN1) I USB P.. ... 120V 60Hz (PL Only) RED 110-127V 60Hz 230V ~ 240V 2 1 CN2341 16 . 7 . .. . 20 21 ... . ... PLEASE DO NOT TOUCH THIS P...

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SA-AK270PL / SA-AK270GCP

16 Block Diagram
16.1. CD Servo Diagram

OPTICAL PICKUP
SEMICONDUCTOR
LASER
STAT CN7002 CN2801
Q7601 4 19
LASER
POWER DRIVE
MLD CN7002 CN2801 TO MAIN
B 6 17 (2/2)
MCLK CN7002 CN2801
8 15
B MDATA CN7002 CN2801
7 16
PHOTO DETECTOR
A X7201
81 80 70 69 67 68 51 53 52 54 55

STAT

MLD
MCLK
MDATA
ARFIN

PLLFO
X1

X2
(SMCK)
(PMCK)

IREF
DSLF
PLLF
3.3V 79 REGON
B
3.3V 82 NTEST
B
61 NSRVMONON
TO MAIN CN2801 CN7002 72 NRST TIMING MICRO COMPUTER DSL/PLL/VCO TXTCK
(2/2) 20 3 GENERATOR INTERFACE [DSLPLL]
3.3V [GEN] [MCIF]
TXTD
B 3.3V 47 AVDD2
F 31 AVSS2 SPINDLE DQSY
CPU EFM DEMODUALTION
A, B, C, D, E, F 35~40 A,B,C,D,E,F [DSV] SYNC INTERPOLATION
CIRC ECC (SBCK)
CDROM ECC SUBCODE
[DEMECC] INTERFACE
42 LD
[DEMECC] (SUBC)
3.3V
B 41 PD CIRC RAM (TXNCLDCK)
E ARFF 50 ARFFB SERVO FLAG
49 ARFOUT CPU 65
CMOS [DSV]
48 ARFDC RF BLKCK 71 CN7002 CN2801 TO MAIN
AMPLIFIER 5 18 (2/2)
45 RFOUT
B BUS CONTROL UNIT
46 RFIN PRAMVDD33 20
[BCU] 3.3V
43 CENV 1Mbit PRAMVSS33 18
DRAM
CTRCRS
VREF 32 OSCIN
34 VREF D0~D15 83~92,94~99
IC7002 VREF
BA5948FPE2 44 RFENV A0~A11 1~7,11~15
4 CH DRIVE BA0,BA1 16,17

A/D MP3/WMA NWE,NCAS 8,9
VREF 26 VREF DECORDER
CONVERTER NRAS,SDRCK 10,100
CN7002 CN2801
F- 16 D3- 17 6
IN3 28 FOP 22 PC FS SERIAL OUTPUT EXT0 62
[CH3] LEVEL CONVERTER INTERFACE EXT1 63
FOCUS COIL SHIFT 21 SPOUT [FSC] [DAO] CN7002 CN2801
16 7
TO MAIN
F+ 15 D3+ EXT2 64 (2/2)
23 TRVP CN7002 CN2801
(LRCK) 15 8
24 TRP OUTPUT DIGITAL FILTER
PORT 1bitDAC (BCLK)
T- 18 D4- 25 FOP PWM LOGIC
IN4 27 TRP [DF, MASH] (SRDATA)
TRACKING [CH4] LEVEL 29 SRVMON0
COIL SHIFT
T+ 17 D4+ 30 SRVMON1 (DVDD2) 76
REGULATOR
ANALOG
LOWPASS
FILTER
TRV+ 14 D2+ IN2 1 TRVP DIGITAL
M7302
SPINDLE
MOTOR M TRV- 13 D2-
[CH2] LEVEL
SHIFT
OUT

IOVDD2

IOVDD1
DRVDD
DVDD2

DVDD1
AVDD1

DVSS3
DVSS2
DVSS1
AVSS1

OUTR
OUTL
TX
IC7001 66 57 58 59 56 60 78 26 76 28 93 27 77
SP+ 12 D1+ IN1 3 SPOUT MN6627954MA
M SP-
M7301
TRAVERSE
MOTOR
[CH1] LEVEL
SHIFT SERVO PROCESSOR/ S7201
REST
11 D1-
DIGITAL SIGNAL  SWITCH
PROCESSOR/ CN7002 CN2801
2 21 TO MAIN
DIGITAL FILTER 3.3V 3.3V 3.3V 3.3V (2/2)
MUTE
[CH1]
PC1 4 PC D/A CONVERTER LCH OUT CN7002 CN2801
3.3V 21 2 TO MAIN
CN7002 CN2801 (1/2)
MUTE PC2 2 RCH OUT 19 4
[CH2]

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SA-AK270PL / SA-AK270GCP

16.2. Main Diagram

IC2803
C1AB00002885
ASP IC IC2804
C0AABB000125
CN3601 37 OP AMP
IN-L2
6
TUNER L-OUT 22 2
1 CN2341 CN5050
TO TUNER 3 1 17
CN3601 3
8 IN-R2
FROM D-AMP
R-OUT 17 6
7 CN2341 CN5050
CN7002 CN2801 38 5 3 15
FROM 21 2 IN-L3
CD SERVO CD Q2312 Q2311 Q2360 Q2359
CN7002 CN2801 2
19 4 IN-R3 SWITCH SWITCH SWITCH SWITCH

42 IN-L5
JK2801 AU
AU
50
IN-R5

CN6807 CN2807 40
5 6 IN-L4
MUSIC Q2335
52 PORT
CN6807 CN2807 IN-R4
3 8 SWITCH
TO PANEL
Q2336
35
CN6001 CN2806
13 RRE-OUT-L REC-L 34 SWITCH
15
5
PRE-OUT-R REC-R 7

RRE-IN-L 33

CN1305 CN2011 36 IN-L1 PRE-IN-R 6
8
TO DECK TAPE
CN1305 CN2011 4 IN-R1
9
FOR GCP ONLY
SDA
CN2807 CN6807
SCL

IC2121 1 10
C0ABBB000230 20 19 FROM PANEL
CN2807 CN6807
OP-AMP IC 3 8
2 QR2317
1 MUTE
3 CONTROL MUTEA
6 7 CN2011 CN1305
5 12
FROM DECK
CN2011 CN1305
13

ASP_DA
ASP_CLK

IC2731
C0CAAKG00046
VOLTAGE REGULATOR
1 3 CN2806 CN6001
IN OUT 24 4
2
GND
T2900
FROM PANEL
FROM SMPS CN5802 CN2701* CN2806 CN6001
8,9 3 25
Q2900 TRANSFORMER
CN2806 CN6001
SWITCH 4 24

SA-AK270PL/GCP MAIN (1/2) BLOCK DIAGRAM

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CD3.3V 3 IC2701 GND LM_1 DC-DC MUTEA ASP_DA ASP_CLK C0DAAYY00042 OUT 2 CONVERTER Q2711 SWITCH MUTE_A 35 37 ASP_DAT Q2772 Q2771 CN2807 CN6807 SWITCH SWITCH HP_SW 4 7 36 38 ASP_CLK CN2807 CN6807 PA_SW 1 5 6 LVL_METER 85 CN2807 CN6807 FROM PANEL DECK_EJECT 9 2 44 CN5802 CN2701* DCDET 4 45 CN5802 CN2701* SMPS-BP FROM SMPS 11 Q2751 -9V SWITCH 27 CN5050 CN2341 MUTE_F 5 13 Q2761 Q2763 7 +9V CN5050 CN2341 F_HOP SWITCH SWITCH 4 14 FROM D-AMP 39 CN5050 CN2341 MUTE_DA 1 17 48 CN1305 CN2011 PHOTO 21 Q2812 52 CN1305 CN2011 DECK REC VREF 14 PCONT SWITCH 50 Q2011 CN1305 CN2011 DECK_PLUNGER 1 SWITCH 34 BUSY CN2811 FROM DECK 4 32 49 Q2012 CN1305 CN2011 DECK MOTOR IPOD_RXD CN2811 2 7 SWITCH IPOD_TXD CN2811 8 97 CN1305 CN2011 31 12 4 DECK_AD2 CN2811 EFP_RESET 1 95 CN1305 CN2011 9 6 DECK_ AD1 CN2811 FROM DEBUG USING EFP_CNVSS 2 CN2811 6 59 CN3200 P901 26 CN3601 VERR 4 1 PLL_SD 60 CN3200 P901 22 CN3601 MMOD0 22 2 TUNER_IN 61 23 CN3601 TERR CN3200 P901 73 3 PLL_CLK 14 74 TO TUNER PACK 21 CN3601 USB_IRQ/WR START CN3200 P901 4 TUNER 5 OUT/ST 29 USB_SCL CN3200 P901 3 CN3200 P901 IC2801 15 8 XIn CN3200 P901 10 RFKWAK270PL X2815 13 CN3200 P901 Xo t 11 FROM USB CN3200 P901 65 CN2805 13 1 CCW CN3200 P901 MICROPROCESSOR USB_SDA 66 CN2805 6 30 10 2 CW XciN CN3200 P901 80 CN2805 HOME_SW 15 5 X2910 CN3200 P901 67 11 CN2805 ST SW Xco t 16 6 CN3200 P901 68 CN2805 OPEN SW 17 7 CN3200 P901 69 CN2805 CLOSE SW 18 TO CRS1D 8 33 70 CN2805 USB_RST(CLK) CN3200 P901 11 PLAY SW 19 72 CN2805 UD SENSOR 13 73 CN2805 BOTTOM SW 14 CN2801 CN7002 6 17 CN2805 12 CN2801 CN7002 7 16 Q2936 CN2801 CN7002 8 15 12V 78 MCLK CN2801 CN7002 15 8 CD SUPPLY CTRL SWITCH 77 MDATA_OUT CN2801 CN7002 16 7 76 MLD CN2801 CN7002 17 6 19 FROM CD SERVO CN2801 CN7002 Q2937 BLKCK 18 5 Q2970 71 75 CN6001 CN2806 PLUNGER STATUS CN2801 CN7002 RESET 19 4 VREF+ SWITCH) 27 1 (MICRO-P SWITCH 81 CD_RST CN2801 CN7002 20 3 79 /REST_SW CN2801 CN7002 53 CN6001 CN2806 21 2 22 6 VOL_LED CN6001 CN2806 47 21 7 FL CLK DCDET1 54 90 CN6001 CN2806 46 6 22 VOL_JOG PCONT 55 CN6001 CN2806 FL_DOUT VCC 20 8 56 CN6001 CN2806 FL_CS 19 9 3 41 Q2745 57 CN6001 CN2806 BASS JOB1 EE_CS/EFP/EPM EE_CS 9 19 SWITCH 58 4 42 CN6001 CN2806 BASS JOB2 2 GND IC2741 8 20 EE_CLK EE_CLK 92 5 CN6001 CN2806 43 12 16 KEY3 FROM PANEL EE_DAT EE_DAT 93 C0DBZGC00067 CN6001 CN2806 KEY2 5 OUT CTRL 3 IN 1 11 17 94 Q2743 CN6001 CN2806 REGULATOR IC KEY1 -13V 10 18 18 CN6001 CN2806 VREF+ 13 15 RMT CTRL SWITCH DECK SUPPLY 63 EEPROM CN6001 CN2806 D BASS_LED IC2951 7 21 (NOT SUPPLIED) 20 IC CN5802 CN2701* SYNC 1 FROM SMPS 16 5 2 10 2 CN2701* CN5802 CN2701* CN5802 CN2341 CN5050 CN2701* CN5802 SA-AK270PL/GCP MAIN (2/2) BLOCK DIAGRAM FROM SMPS FROM D-AMP SA-AK270PL / SA-AK270GCP .

B 2 9 CN6807 CN2807 6 5 JK6810 CN6807 CN2807 MUSIC PORT 5 6 CN6807 CN2807 3 8 TO MAIN (1/2) JK6800 CN6807 CN2807 HEADPHONE 10 1 CN6807 CN2807 8 3 SA-AK270PL/GCP PANEL / REMOTE SENSOR / MUSIC PORT / HEADPHONE / TACT SWITCH / MICROPHONE BLOCK DIAGRAM 74 .C. Tact Switch & Microphone Diagram  FL6601 A2BB00000171 FL DISPLAY -SG16 SG1 FL1 FL2 5-16 25-40 1 44 CN6001 CN2806 25 3 TO MAIN (1/2) CN6001 CN2806 31-42 14-29 24 4 -G12 -S12 G1 S1 DIN 7 CN6001 CN2806 20 8 IC6601 8 CN6001 CN2806 TO MAIN (2/2) C0HBB0000057 CLK 21 7 FL DRIVER 9 CN6001 CN2806 STB 19 9 VR6630 BASS CONTROL CN2806 CN6001 20 8 TO MAIN (2/2) CN2806 CN6001 19 9 MIC CIRCUIT FOR GCP ONLY CN6001 CN2806 4 10 18 TO MAIN (2/2) CN2806 CN6001 H6601* CN6701 1  -9V TO MAIN (1/2) IC6701 13 15 5 C0ABBB000230 8 +9V TO MIC CN6701 H6601 OP AMP 2 3. Panel.5 S6108 S6106 S6101 S6100 TO PANEL H6601 CN6701 D.B 7 4 CN2806 CN6001 JB6501A JB6501B S6208 S6820 CN6001 CN2806 17 11 6 STOP/-DEMO EJECT 11 17 CN6807 CN2807 TACT SWITCH P. Music Port.BASS TAPE REC DISPLAY POWER 2 6-7 VR6701 MIC VOLUME JOG JK6701 MIC MIC P.SA-AK270PL / SA-AK270GCP 16. Headphone.C.B H6502* H6501* TO TACT SWITCH 6 TACT SWITCH CIRCUIT S6207 CD_5 S6206 CD_4 S6205 CD_3 S6204 CD_2 S6203 S6202 S6201 S6200 CD_1 SGL_CHG MULTI_CHG OPEN/CLOSE VR6500 MAIN VOLUME JOG CN2806 CN6001 JB6501A JB6501B D6458 22 6 8 CN6001 CN2806 S6300 S6301 S6302 S6303 S6304 S6306 S6307 S6308 27 1 FWD MANUAL EQ REW TAPE TUNER CD USB EXT IN DVEF+ TO MAIN(2/2) CN2806 CN6001 16 12 JB6501A JB6501B 3 REMOTE SENSOR CIRCUIT Q6511 Z6601 D6511 D6512 REMOTE J6001B* J6001 CN6001 CN2806 CN2806 CN6001 JB6501A JB6501B SWITCH JB6501A JB6501B TO PANEL SENSOR 1 13 15 TO MAIN (2/2) 6 22 1 5 CN6807 CN2807 REMOTE SENSOR P.C. Remote Sensor.3.

3 Q5101. SA-AK270PL / SA-AK270GCP 16.8 FROM SMPS 4. OUT2 14 FL+ (1/2) CN2341 CN5050 21 1 17 IN2+ VDDA1 4 Q5604 Q5603 CN2341 CN5050 22 IN2.Q5102 TO MAIN CN2341 CN5050 DC DETECT (2/2) 16 2 SA-AK270PL/GCP D-AMP BLOCK DIAGRAM 75 . D-Amp Diagram JK5001 IC5000 C1BA00000487 SPEAKER AUDIO DIGITAL POWER AMP L5000 L5001 FR CN2341 CN5050 2 IN1+ OUT1 10 FR+ RIGHT 3 15 SPEAKER TO MAIN 3 IN1.4.6-11 GND CP1 3 CN5500 H5801* 4. VDDA2 20 17 1 SWITCH SWITCH TO MAIN 1 OSC VSSA1 6 (2/2) SW+5V Q5601 23 MODE CN2341 CN5050 13 5 SWITCH VSSA2 18 L5002 FL LEFT SPEAKER  IC5500 C0JBAB000902 INVERTER GATE (CLOCK GENERATOR) TO MAIN CN2341 CN5050 1 1A (2/2) 14 4 4Y 8 X5500 11 5A 7 GND X5501 3 2A  IC5501 C0JBAF000716 D-TYPE FLIP-FLOP 01 1 CN5500 H5801* 7.

. AC Inlet & Voltage Selector Diagram T5701 D5802 CN5500 H5802 CN5802 CN2701* TO MAIN SWITCH 7..SA-AK270PL / SA-AK270GCP 16.8 INVERTER D5796 AC INLET CIRCUIT 5 D5701 FOR GCP ONLY FOR PL ONLY P5701 BLACK WIRE F1 L5703 L5702 DZ5701 RED WIRE T5751 Q5721 AC INLET P..C.PL SHUNT REGULATOR 3 C5HACYY00003.9 (1/2) CN5500 H5801* CN5802 CN2701* TO MAIN 1 5 (2/2) Q5860 TO D-AMP TRANSFORMER TEMP DETECT D5801 CN5500 H5801* SWITCH 3.B PC5799 3 C FEEDBACK IC5799 MIP4110MSSCF SWITCHING REGULATOR 2 7.GCP TO MAIN DC DETECT (2/2) A SWITCHING Q5862 Q5861 REGULATOR CN2701* CN5802 TRANSFORMER TRANSFORMER 1 4 TEMP DETECT TEMP DETECT C D 1 Q5720 Q5803 Q5802 PC5720 CURRENT 6 4 CN2701* CN5802 FB VCC LIMITING 11 SWITCH FEEDBACK SWITCH CONTROL FEEDBACK FOR GCP ONLY IC5780 C0ABBA000168 OP AMP Q5750 7 6. SMPS.8 FB S 5 D 4 VCC PC5702 Q5898 SYNC TO MAIN CN2701* CN5802 INVERTER SWITCH (2/2) 1 SA-AK270PL/GCP SMPS / AC INLET / VOLTAGE SELECTOR CIRCUIT BLOCK DIAGRAM 76 .B SWITCH SUB TRANSFORMER VOLTAGE SELECTOR CIRCUIT FOR GCP ONLY S5701 WHITE WIRE IC5899 VOLTAGE C0DAEMZ00001 BLUE WIRE SELECTOR SHUNT REGULATOR 1 R VOLTAGE SELECTOR P.C.8 8.5..4 QR5801 DC DETECT QR5810 CN2701* CN5802 INVERTER Q5722 10 PC5701 MAIN TRANSFORMER CURRENT LIMITING FEEDBACK SWITCH CN2701* CN5802 IC5801 2 QR5802 C0DABFC00002 IC5701 C5HACYY00004.

8 OUT VDD 2.Q1310 Q1304 Q1303 (DECK 2) BIAS REC:H CN1305 CN2803 SWITCH SWITCH SWITCH 14 ERASE HEAD Q1312 Q1317 SWITCH BEAT PROOF LEVELSWITCH 4 MOTOR 12V 2 3 M Q1316 Q1314 CN1305 CN2803 SWITCH SWITCH 2 5 IC1000 C1AA00000612 ANALOG SWITCH TO MAIN (2/2) DECK MECHANISM CIRCUIT VREF CS971 CP1902 CN1305 CN2803 5 21 D971 IC971 Q1315 CNB13030R2AU CS971 CP1902 CN1305 CN2803 PHOTO INTERUPTOR 3 SWITCH 1 VREF MOTOR 12V S971 MODE CS971 CP1902 CN1305 CN2803 1 4 S972 HALF CS971 CP1902 CN1305 CN2803 2 6 S975 RECINH_F CS971 CP1902 6 VREF- DECK MECHANISM P.B.C.7. SA-AK270PL/GCP DECK/DECK MECHANISM/USB CIRCUIT BLOCK DIAGRAM 77 .6. TO MAIN 16 CN1305 CN2803 (1/2) D. HEAD 19 CN1305 CN2803 MMOD0 15 P901 CN3200 8 22 6. NOTE : Signal Lines are applicable to the Left Channel only. STCLK 59 P901 CN3200 13 (2/2) 15 3 6 USBD+ 12 D+ CD_DATA 58 P901 CN3200 11 CD_STAT 57 P901 CN3200 10 CD_CLK 56 P901 CN3200 8 I2C_DATA/ERROR 48 P901 CN3200 6 8 7 CN1305 CN2803 13 I2C_REQ/WR_START 47 P901 CN3200 5 VERR 50 P901 CN3200 6 4 I2C_CLK/WR_END 46 P901 CN3200 3 9 L1301 Q1309. of Right Channel. Deck Mechanism & USB Diagram  IC1001  AN7326K IC900 DECK R/P IC  MNZSFB5KJM1 IC951 USB CONTROLLER IC LCH C0DBZYE00002 (DECK 1) 22 VOLTAGE REGULATOR . Deck.3 D5V 12 OSC0 NRST 14 P901 CN3200 19 X900 CD_NRST 8 P901 CN3200 18 11 OSC1 P901 CN3200 CD_MLD 64 17 4 CN1305 CN2803 P901 CN3200 RCH 9 P903 STIN 61 16 USB CONNECTOR CTRL FLAG 1 (DECK 2) STREQ 54 P901 CN3200 HEAD 15 4 5 VBUS 1 TERR 51 P901 CN3200 14 TO MAIN 2 4 USBD. SA-AK270PL / SA-AK270GCP 16.B SIGNAL LINES : MAIN SIGNAL LINE : CD SIGNAL LINE : CD-DA SIGNAL LINE : TAPE PLAYBACK SIGNAL LINE : FM/AM SIGNAL LINE : USB SIGNAL LINE : TAPE RECORD SIGNAL LINE : AUX/MIC/MUSIC PORT SIGNAL LINE ( ) Indicates the Pin No.

SA-AK270PL / SA-AK270GCP 78 .

SA-AK270PL / SA-AK270GCP 17 Notes Of Schematic Diagram (All schematic diagrams may be modified at any time with Unit of inductance is H. F=Farad. S6302: REW ( ) switch. and values will be indicated in the Schematic Diagram. : Music Port/ Mic signal line S6306: CD ( ) switch. special parts which have purposes of fire- retardant (resistors). are used.000). S7201: Rest switch. C5707(FOR GCP ONLY) • Resistor Unit of resistance is OHM [Ω] (K=1. high-quality sound (capacitors). S972: Half switch. etc. S5701: Voltage Selector switch. S6300: FWD ( ) switch. : CD signal line S6202: Single Change ( ) switch. AC rated voltage capacitor: C5700. unless otherwise noted. S975: RECINH_F switch. S6207: CD_5 ( ) switch. • GCP only • In case of AC rated voltage Capacitor. S6203: CD_1 ( ) switch. : FM/AM signal line S6208: Stop/Demo switch. S6205: CD_3 ( ) switch. • Importance safety notice : Components identified by mark have special characteristics important for safety. S6201: Multi Change ( ) switch. S6108: D. VR6630: VR Bass Control. : Tape Record signal line S6204: CD_2 ( ) switch. the development of new technology) Notes: •* S971: Mode switch. When replacing any of components. : Tape Playback signal line S6206: CD_4 ( ) switch. C5701. • PL only VR6500: VR Volume. • Capacitor Unit of resistance is µF. Furthermore. unless otherwise noted. S6307: USB ( ) switch. pF=Pico-Farad • Coil 79 . S6304: Tuner (FM/AM) switch. : Main signal line S6301: Manual_EQ switch. FOR INDICATION ONLY. : +B Signal line S6101: Display switch. VR6701: VR MIC Volume (GCP Only). C5704. C5705. be sure to use only manufacturer´s specified parts shown in the parts list. S6820: Eject ( ) switch. : AUX/Mic/Music Port signal line S6303: Tape ( ) switch. the part no. : -B Signal line S6106: Tape Rec ( ) switch. low- noise (resistors). C5706 (FOR GCP ONLY). C5703. : CD DA signal line S6200: Open/Close ( ) switch.Bass switch.000. : USB signal line S6308: EXT_IN switch. • Voltage and Signal lines: S6100: Power ( ) switch.

SA-AK270PL / SA-AK270GCP 80 .

1 0 0.5V W7024 38 B SERVO PROCESSOR/ D5 88 6.1 0.015 2 0 0 0 3 W7012 C7223 TP 28 0 50V4.1 0 CN7002 6.47 H2B169500005 10 TP 87 TP 86 BA5948FPE2 PVCC1 C7334 2 4 CH DRIVE IC C7338 PC1 PC2 D2+ D1+ 10V220 D2- D1- IN1 IN2 0.1 48 ARFDC DVSS2 78 W7008 19 RCH OUT C7102 0 C7253 47 AVDD2 [50] ARFFB DVDD2 [76] REGON 79 18 DGND D 0.3k 22k W7027 TP 11 0 R7325 R7315 330 3.3V33 0.1 0.47 470P W7029 D 46 RFIN [49] ARFOUT IODD1 [77] X2 80 17 ST_IN C7142 W7006 0 TP 50 W7013 3300P 45 RFOUT X1 81 0 16 ST_CLK W7007 0 44 RFENV NTEST 82 15 ST_REQ C7107 0 43 CENV D2 83 14 3. 13 R7211 14 T+ 14 82k C7230 C 10 C 4 AIN VREF 5 0.1 A A OPTICAL PICKUP CIRCUIT CD SERVO CIRCUIT : + B SIGNAL LINE : CD DA SIGNAL LINE : CD SIGNAL LINE (FOR REFERENCE ONLY) W7022 0 W7020 0 W7019 0 W7018 0 TP 14 R7601 C7601 C7670 C7626 4. SA-AK270PL / SA-AK270GCP 18 Schematic Diagram 18.3V220 GND W7026 11 LPD 11 C7217 W7021 C 0 0.3V 0.1 5 C 15 F. (A) CD Servo Circuit 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM .056 NC NC NC NC GND 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 R7323 R7331 3.018 C7155 0.7 6.15 TP 24 TP 13 C7244 16 F+ 16 0.6K 0 0 10 C7335 F D3- D3+ D4- D4+ PVCC2 PGND1 PGND2 NC NC NC NC VCC VREF IN4 IN3 GND 0.3V100 1000P 50V1 C W7023 12 5 LD GND 5 0 C7226 6 GND 6 C7218 1000P C7228 TP 17 7 A 7 C7613 0.3V220 9 PGND DIAGRAM .1 12 GND (GUARD) 12 W7005 0 4 3 BIN NAOUT 6 0 9 13 T.3k R7332 R7335 1k TP 10 TP 39 TP 38 100 G G TP 37 TP 36 + + M7301* M7302* TRAVERSE MOTOR SPINDLE MOTOR H SA-AK270PL/GCP CD SERVO CIRCUIT H 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 81 .1 TP 51 0.3V220 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 C7234 1 0.1 GND1 10 31 AVSS2 D12 95 2 RESET_SW R7327 R7349 R7336 TRV GAIN 1k 18k TP 88 30 SRVMON1 [26] DVSS1 SDRCK [100] D11 96 C7166 S7201 TP 1 1 LOADING 22 W7003 W7001 10 TP 89 29 SRVMON0 D10 97 0.082 R7221 50V1 (RF) 100 R7218 1k 8 GND (GUARD) 8 C7241 1 GND NBOUT 8 1000P 9 B 9 W7014 10 VREF 10 0 R7212 C7231 2 VCC 7 820 6.1 1 3 F X7201 C7165 C7315 IC7002 0.01 REST SW TP 2 PRAMVDD33 PRAMVDD15 0 0 PRAMVSS33 C7154 0.1 22 AGND ARFIN DSLF IREF PLLF PLLF0 OUTL OUTR DVSS3 EXT0 EXT1 EXT2 FLAG NRST DQSYTXT TX MCLK MLD BLKCK SMCK PMCK NSRVMONON AVSS1 AVDD1 MDATA STAT W7009 50 76 21 LCH OUT 0 W7016 W7015 C7235 49 77 20 AGND W7011 0 0 16V10 C7204 0 0.6 C7614 C7225 TP 18 C7227 6.1.022 42 LD D1 84 TP 12 13 DGND TO 41 PD D0 85 12 LD SW MAIN CIRCUIT (CN2801) IN 40 A IC7001 D3 86 11 TX C7233 C7232 W7028 C7243 SCHEMATIC 39 C MN6627954MA D4 87 0.1 SPOUT 27 IODD2 D8 99 NRAS NCAS TRVP R7329 NWE FOP TRP BA1 BA0 A10 A11 1k 26 100 PC A0 A1 A2 A3 A4 A5 A6 A7 A8 A9 FO GAIN R7328 10k 25 24 23 22 21 20 19 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 C7339 0.1 C7352 28 DVDD1 D9 98 0.7 C7216 680P LB7262 LB7263 LB7264 VREF C C7263 W7010 C7203 C7161 0.018 R7214 R7220 R7339 R7330 W7002 W7004 470 C7164 1M 1k 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 5.1 LASER DIODE Q7601 CN7001 D7650 6 W7025 B1ADCF000001 MAZ80560ML 8 1 VCC 1 0 LASER POWER DRIVE W7017 R7217 TP 16 TP 19 2 F 2 0 1k B B 3 E 3 11 C 4 LD 4 R7650 5.4 0 DIGITAL SIGNAL PROCESSOR/ TP 7 37 D D6 89 8 MCLK DIGITAL FILTER D/A CONVERTER TP 8 36 F D7 90 7 MDATA TP 9 35 E D15 91 6 MLD E TP 31 E 34 VREF D14 92 5 BLKCK TP 90 R7111 33 CTRCRS DRVDD 93 4 STAT 10k TP 4 R7254 TP 3 C7264 32 OSCIN D13 94 R7253 3 RST 1K 0.1 10 7.

3V1 470 Q2011 C2086 1 VOL2CAPA 16 C2305 C2316 R2322 CD/USB_R 50 REC_OUT TUNER_R CN2011 3.015 0.2k NC 20 DVREF+ PHOTO 21 QR2317 B1GDCFGA0018 R2623 R2626 R2622 R2621 R2826 10k 10k 47k 6.082 MO_GND 3 DECK_AD2 C2046 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 DECK_AD2 4 C2307 0.082 C2184 0. (B) Main Circuit 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 A SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM .3k C2196 R2304 4 TO PBL 8 R2003 C2170 33 0.8k 100 PLL_CE C2127 R2127 MUTIING CONTROL IC2121 1 22k +9VASP E R2822 100 TU_DIN C0ABBB000230 CN3601 R2823 100 R2821 100 PLL_CLK OP-AMP IC R2125 C2125 R2129 22k 47P 27k CE 1 R2021 TU_DOUT R2355 TUD_IN 2 1k C2129 18 R2351 C2021 R2352 R2356 18 18 100P CLK 3 QR2317 18 1 C2822 C2358 C2357 C2823 C2821 TUD_OUT 4 560P 1000p 1000p C2024 C2023 R2023 0.SA-AK270PL / SA-AK270GCP 18.56 C2026 1 R2303 R2182 +9VASP MOTOR_12V 5 680 C2194 0.3 FOR PL ONLY R2186 10k RECIN_R 13 REC 1.01 DECK_AD1 6 C2006 1 22k +9V 7 +9VASP R2184 C2192 0.01 0.47 C2201 SCHEMATIC A_GND 11 R2002 3.2k 5.2.3 1 10k 2 TAPE_R 51 NC 15 R2324 REC_R PRE-IN PL 1 DECK_PL C2066 1 R2302 68k 52 14 68k TRE BAS DECK_MTR BAS MID MID MOTOR_H 2 NC MOTOR_GND C2202 0.01 C2065 1 CD/USB_L PRE-OUT TUNER_L TAPE_L 40 NC 26 41 NC NC 25 R2315 Q2311 R2313 100k 4 3 2 1 42 NC 24 C2085 43 NC [39]NC [27]NC NC 23 C2304 3.8 R3715 3.082 DECK_AD1 C2190 0.6k 4.01 R2001 3.3 10k IC2804 1 44 I_PORTL [40]MP_L LOUT 22 R2316 Q2312 C0AABB000125 OP AMP 45 VREF [42]AUX_L VCC 21 R2314 C Q2011.2 D2121 22k 47P 100P R2366 1.8k R2121 IC2121 18 VSM 9 12k C2365 FM DET/RDS 10 R2022 1k R2123 25V4.B SIGNAL LINE : AUX/MIC/MUSIC PORT SIGNAL LINE : CD SIGNAL LINE : FM/AM SIGNAL LINE : MAIN SIGNAL LINE : TAPE PLAYBACK SIGNAL LINE : TAPE RECORD SIGNAL LINE FOR PL ONLY C2185 R2183 R2185 0.68 10k REC_R C2188 3900p DECK CIRCUIT REC_L PBR 9 D (CN1305) IN A_GND 10 5.Q2012 46 NC IC2803 SCL 20 10k 100k 5 6 7 8 B1GBCFJJ0051 47 I_PORTR [50]AUX_R [13]BPF1 SDA 19 C2330 C2324 SWITCH [52]MP_R [14]BPF2 GND 18 0.2 MAIN CIRCUIT : + B SIGNAL LINE : .3k 5.015 100P 560P TO TUNER PACK TGND 5 6.8k 5 6 7 8 J3CCBB000009 L-OUT 6 R2353 R2357 16V +9VASP R2365 R2354 18 18 VCC 7 C2022 R2024 100k 18 R2358 R-OUT 8 1 6.6k RECIN_H 14 K2182 R3713 C3702 0 6 BP 15 27k 1 +9VASP DMT 16 DVREF 17 R3714 C3703 VREF_GND 18 DGND 27k DGND 19 PHOTO 1 R3716 1.082 3300p 0.7 DET_OUT 18k 4 3 2 1 MIC -9V F R2722 R2124 R2126 C2126 C2130 R2367 22k 10 2.6k 10k C1AB00002885 K2181 C2181 0 ASP IC B 3.01 680 C2025 1 C2301 B1ABGC000005 MUTING SWITCH C2321 47p 68k 1 PRE-IN C2183 MID C2189 TRE C2187 MID C2191 REC_L R2181 BAS C2193 BAS C2195 C2045 1 3.8k 820 MOTOR_12V R2122 R2130 12k 27k 11 D2122 C2128 R2128 1 22k D2121.7 RECIN_L 12 C2182 DIAGRAM .Q2312 3900p 0.01 47p 48 NC R2312 +9VASP Q2012 [15]BPF3 C2312 C2322 49 NC ROUT 17 47P 6.47 IC2803 5.3 C2197 C2315 1 R2321 10k C2005 1 Q2311.6k R2004 C2186 0.68 R2323 0.3 -9V C2302 C2311 R2311 C2323 39 38 37 36 35 34 33 32 31 30 29 28 27 1 6.D2122 12 FOR GCP ONLY B0BC2R4A0006 ASP_CLK 13 MUTE_A ASP_DA +9VASP -9V 14 G TO MAIN SECTION (2/4) TO MAIN SECTION (3/4) BD BG BH BE BC BB BF BA 1/4 2/4 H 3/4 4/4 SA-AK270PL/GCP MAIN CIRCUIT 82 .3V1 470 47p C2329 0.56 0.

22 0 AGND 4 R2334 R2336 C2344 5 2.B SIGNAL LINE : MAIN SIGNAL LINE R2333 2.01 10k C2345 0 R2337 Q2335 27K R2343 R2345 6.3k 11 E R2362 3.7k 1 C2341 C2343 B R2335 0.Q2360 B1ABGC000005 SWITCH 10 R2359 3.22 0. SA-AK270PL / SA-AK270GCP 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM .8k 12k 4 CN2341 R2344 R2346 1 FRONTL 6.Q2336 8 AGND 6 D-AMP CIRCUIT B1ABGC000005 9 C SWITCH (CN5050) IN 10 AGND SCHEMATIC 11 MUTE_S DIAGRAM .3k Q2359 R2363 1 R2361 3.3 A MAIN CIRCUIT : + B SIGNAL LINE : .8k 12k 2 SIGNAL A_GND Q2336 R2338 C2342 C2346 3 FRONT R 27k 0.3k Q2360 1 13 MOD_DA DC_DET MUTE_F MUTE_S F_HOP HP_R HP_L 14 F BK BI TO MAIN SECTION (4/4) G 1/4 2/4 3/4 4/4 SA-AK270PL/GCP MAIN CIRCUIT H 83 .7k 10k 0.3k 12 R2364 R2360 3.01 6 AGND 2 7 TO Q2335.12 12 MUTE S_C (MODE 1) MUTE_F 13 MUTE F_SW (MODE 2) 14 FHOP 15 Fan 16 DC_DET MOD_DA 17 MOD_DA D TO MAIN SECTION (1/4) Q2359.

7k CD-L R2043 J 4.7k A_GND 3 2.9K Q2812 Q2743 R2743 C2084 C2082 R2082 2 470k A_GND R2819 R2828 R2827 R2829 R2830 1000P 100P 6.error 22 560p R2600 100k 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 R2636 R2635 R2620 3.7k TO MAIN SECTION (1/4) 22 CN2801 CD_GND 1 R2044 L 2 R2042 4.3V CD_3.01 R2813 R2061 1M C2813 JK2801 470 PA_IN_L C2613 MUSIC PORT 3.7k B1ACKD000006 C2812 MIC_GND B0ACCK000005 DECK SUPPLY C2096 R2084 1 1 5.7 3/4 4/4 P SA-AK270PL/GCP MAIN CIRCUIT 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 84 .7k 0.3V 21 RMT Xout Xcin Vss Vcc ME 100 31 Xin NC NC NC C2897 Mmodo.6k CONTROL SWITCH 1 4 R2745 O D2812 C2091 DGND C2092 R2611 C2611 1k 1000P 1000P Q2745 0 22p Q2745 R2610 10M X2910 B1GBCFLL0037 TU_DOUT USB_SDA USB_SCL PLL_CLK Q2812 DECK SUPPLY (PCONT) MUTE_S MUTE_F DVREF+ PLL_CE TU_DIN RESET PCONT CNVSS F_HOP C2960 BLKCK CONTROL SWITCH E2001 B1GBCFLL0037 RMT K9ZZ00001279 18p DECK SUPPLY (PCONT) CONTROL SWITCH 15 X2910 TO 1 2 3 H0A327200115 MUSIC CIRCUIT CN2001 (ZJ6801) ON 1 C2002 1/4 2/4 2 0.1 MOTOR_GND 14 MCLK USB_IRQ DBASS_JOG2 MLD USB_TE VOL_LED USB_VE PLAY_SW DBASS_JOG UD_SENSOR ME FL_CS DGND REC CHG_PL STATUS FL_CLK MDATA MCLK VREF+ ST_SW RESTSW DVREF+ BOTTOM_SW FL_DA CLOSE_SW CHG_CW CHG_CCW HOME_SW OPEN_SW MCLK 15 MDATA C2953 MDATA 16 330p MLD MLD 17 BLKCK BLKCK 18 R2875 STATUS STAT 19 1k CD_RST /RST 20 RESTSW /REST_SW 21 LOADING 22 R2675 1 C2881 C2951 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 1000p 1k 1k 1k 1k 22k 4.6k 47k 1000P PA_IN_R H2B100500004 2 3 R2081 R2807 R2809 R2062 100 100 100 100 C2095 C2081 Q2743 1k 6..error 14 94 KEY1 HP_SW 37 DECK_AD1 R2895 1k [99]Avcc [33]USB_RST(CLK) 100 ASP_CLK STREQ 15 USB_RST.7k ST_IN R2889 DECK_MTR 100k.5V 13 B0JAME000114 MOTOR_GND DIAGRAM .PL R2848 1k D5V 1 10K 83 NC DECK-PHOTO 48 DC_DET DGND 2 84 NC DCDET1 47 USB_SCL USB_SCL 3 EJECT R2846 100 PCONT USB_VE 85 DECK_EJECT PCONT 46 Verify.7k (CN7002) IN TX 12 D2051 CD+8V 4 EE_CLK EE_DAT 5 0. R2836 95 DECK AD1 [100]DEMO_SEL ASP-CLK 36 STIN 16 UART_CLK C2895 560p R2835 100 ASP_DA R3204 96 AVSS ASP-DAT 35 R3205 TUNER OUT/ST CD_MLD 17 0 100k DECK_AD2 R2897 1k DPORT_PLYPAU_BUSY CD_RST 18 DC-DC_GND 97 BUSY 34 EFP_RESET LVL_METER EFP_CNVss VREF+ R2833 100 USB_RST-UART_CLK TUNER IN USB_RST 19 USB_SDA RDS_DAT 98 RDS_CLK 33 USB_SCL SW_LVL1 SW_LVL2 MUTE_S PLL CLK MUTE_F IPOD_RXD PLL_SD DGND 20 R2832 100 F_HOP BLKCK 99 32 SYNC Xcout BYTE IPOD_TXD /NMI D3.9K 3.SA-AK270PL / SA-AK270GCP SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM .01 SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM..4 I MAIN CIRCUIT : + B SIGNAL LINE : .3 VREF+ R2815 [LCH] 220 220 1 R2812 R2083 100 100 C2083 5.error 4 R2845 100 AM_BP USB_IRQ 86 CS [51]DMT SMPS_BP 45 USB_IRQ 5 R2844 1k DC_DET2 USB_SDA [52]DECK REC USB_SDA 87 NC DCDET 44 6 [78]MCLK [53]VOL LED R2843 100 DGND 7 88 NC [79]/RESET_SW [54]FL_CLK EE_DAT 43 TO CD_CLK 8 R2890 [80]HOME_SW [55]FL_DOUT R2842 100 89 REG EE_CLK 42 DGND USB MODULE V_JOG_A 1k R2841 100 DGND 9 90 VOL_JOG IC2801 EE_CS/EFP/EPM 41 CIRCUIT CD_STAT 10 MUTE_A 91 NC RFKWAK270PL MUTE_A 40 M (P901) IN CD_DATA 11 KEY3 R2892 100 MICROPROCESSOR R2839 100 MOD_DA SCHEMATIC DGND 12 92 KEY3 MUTE_DA 39 KEY2 R2893 100 R2838 1k PA_SW DIAGRAM -10 STCLK 13 USB_TE 93 KEY2 [97]DECK_AD2 [31]IPOD-Txd PA_SW 38 KEY1 R2894 100 [98]Vref [32]IPOD-Rxd R2837 1k HP_SW Timeout.3V 1 NC NC 8 TO CD_3.IRQ/WR START FL_CS BASS JOG2 STATUS Vss VCC MMOD0 NC PLUNGER VERR MDATA_OUT UD SENSOR PLAY SW CLOSE SW ST SW CCW TERR CW OPEN SW BOTTOM SW CD_RST ST_REQ 4.022 R2861 R2877 R2876 R2878 R2857 R2856 R2852 R2866 R2854 R2853 R2865 R2863 R2858 R2855 R2874 R2679 R2951 47k DVREF+ R2952 10k R2644 R2647 R2638 47k 22k 47k 47k L R2689 DC-DC_GND 10k R2637 R2674 R2881 80 79 78 77 76 75 74 73 72 71 70 69 68 67 66 65 64 63 62 61 60 59 58 57 56 55 54 53 52 51 10k R2631 BASS JOG1 1k MLD USB.1 K SCHEMATIC +7.8k X2815 [RCH] 1 100P R2064 470 R2063 AUX 3.3V 9 2 VCC 7 CD SERVO CD_GND 10 GND CIRCUIT LD_SW 11 C2054 3 EE_CS 6 R2953 4.7k IC2951 CD-R R 4 EEPROM IC CD_GND 5 (NOT SUPPLIED) ST_IN 6 ST_CLK 7 ST_REQ 8 CD_3.3k R2685 PHOTO USB+5V 3.8k R2744 3 4..3k.GCP 82 NC DECK-MOTOR 49 CN3200 R2886 3.B SIGNAL LINE : AUX/MIC/MUSIC PORT SIGNAL LINE : CD SIGNAL LINE : USB SIGNAL LINE : TAPE RECORD SIGNAL LINE TO MAIN SECTION (4/4) BG BH BD BA BC BB BF BE R2041 2.9K R2609 22k 10k N 10k SYNC R2818 GNDE 1k CHASSIS GND C2093 VREF+ 0.7K DECK_PL ST_CLK R2632 81 CD_RST DECK-PLUNGER 50 4.9K R2820 3..

01 DBASS_JOG2 20 0.7K A_GND N C2753 0.01 47 R2713 C2707 C2704 C2712 R2703 7 +18V.01 MAZ810000L IC2741 NC OUT R2771 R2772 R2773 470 16V220 7.4A CN2807 SWITCH 7 1 DGND 8 9 B1BABK000001 C2900 DGND 10 FL2 SWITCH 35V33 EJECT EJECT 9 PA_IN_R T2900 R2971 C2912 TO PA_IN_R 8 MIC_GND 4.01 Q2772 0.01 6 +18V.B SIGNAL LINE :AUX/MIC/MUSIC PORT SIGNAL LINE :MAIN SIGNAL LINE BK BI CN2806 27 -VP -VP 1 FL_GND FL_GND 2 FL2 FL2 3 FL1 FL1 4 CD3.01 0.0V 9 CD5V Q2711 G0A200D00002 G0A101ZA0028 CD_3.2k 15K C0DBZGC00067 R2775 REGULATOR IC CTRL GND IN 9.01 SYS6V Q2771 SWITCH MOTOR_12V CN2811 IPOD_TXD TXD 8 Q2761 IPOD_RXD RXD 7 USB_RST-UART_CLK D2909 D2908 B1BCCG000002 CLK 6 MAZ82400HL B0EAMM000057 SWITCH DGND EFM 5 O FOR DEBUGGING DPORT_PLYPAU_BUSY R2914 R2900 BUSY 4 R2774 C2903 VREF+ 47k 5.01 1K VREF+ 100 2.2 SCHEMATIC RMT 15 RMT DIAGRAM .3V CD3.-12V_GND (CN5802) IN 1k CHG_PL Q2937 5 -13V SCHEMATIC D2936 DC-DC_GND DC-DC_GND R2667 4 DCDET DIAGRAM .-12V_GND SMPS CIRCUIT R2936 47 2.7K CN2805 3 IC2701 CHG_CCW D2774 IC2701 CCW 1 CHG_CW D2775 B0ADCJ000020 C0DAAYY00042 CW 2 DC-DC CONVERTER STBY B0ACCK000005 GND OUT VCC INV SUPPLY_GND 3 CD+8V 1 2 D2708.D2707 L VC_8V 4 HOME_SW B0EAKM000117 HOME_SW 5 4 3 2 1 5 ST_SW CD5V ST-SW 6 D2708 OPEN_SW OPEN_SW 7 D2707 TO CRS1 CLOSE_SW CAM_SENSOR 8 L2704 L2702 (CN1) 5.3V100 1K 0.5 I MAIN CIRCUIT : + B SIGNAL LINE : .7k 6.01 CONTROLSWITCH 0.Q2771 C2765 R2765 C2761 C2762 DGND CD+8V B1GBCFJJ0051 10 2.3V DGND D_GND 10 B0JCPD000025 PLAY_SW USB+5V PLAY_SW 11 CD+8V DZ2702 PLUNGER 12 UD_SENSOR UD_SENSOR 13 BOTTOM_SW BOTTOM_SW 14 D2936 R2711 R2701 C2711 CN2701* R2680 AM_BP 0.13 B1GBCFJJ0051 B0EAKM000117 47K DGND DGND RESET (MICRO-P) SWITCH 3 SYS_GND SYS6V 2 SYS6V R2668 47K SYNC 1 SYNC MOTOR_12V R2669 47K R2670 47K VREF+ Q2763 Q2751 B1ADCE000012 B1BACG000023 R2672 47K +9VASP SWITCH SWITCH A_GND R2673 -9V C2751 R2753 R2755 R2754 47K 0.1 USB+5V Q2772.01 16V47 0.01 16V100 1K C2742 0. SA-AK270PL / SA-AK270GCP SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM .7k 0.7 A_GND T2900 HP_GND 2 HP_L HP_L 1 G4D1A0000117 SWITCHING TRANSFORMER 15 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 85 .3V820 R2937 C2702 C2703 CD SUPPLY C2713 TO R2705 C2714 M C2705 C2701 10k 100p MOTOR_12V 8 DC18V 10k 0.01 C2756 C2755 D2753 R2756 C2754 TO MAIN SECTION (3/4) 4 5 33 0.1k Q2763 3 2 1 C2767 C2766 C2763 C2764 R2762 16V220 0.6 KEY3 16 KEY3 MOTOR_GND MOTOR_GND KEY2 KEY2 17 KEY1 KEY1 18 DBASS_JOG R2733 DBASS_JOG1 19 C2736 C2738 390 DBASS_JOG2 0.7K 100 D2906 FL1 1/4 2/4 MUSIC PORT PA_IN_GND 7 R2902 C2901 PA_IN_L PA_IN_L 6 CIRCUIT PA_SW B0JAME000114 47 3900P PA_SW 5 FL_GND (CN6807) ON HP_SW 3/4 4/4 SCHEMATIC HP_SW 4 HP_R SA-AK270PL/GCP MAIN CIRCUIT P HP_R 3 DIAGRAM.1 C2737 DBASS_LED 16V47 DBASS_LED 21 R2735 J_VOLA 22 V_JOG_A 100 MOTOR_GND LED_GND 23 K LED_SUPPLY 24 C2732 DGND C2735 D2733 C2734 C2733 DGND 25 33 MAZ80820HL 0.01 1K 1k 11 AM_BP Q2936 Q2937 47K PCONT R2702 10 PCONT B1ACKD000006 1k 25V1000 9 DC18V 6.5k 8.3V 5 TO MAIN SECTION (2/4) VOL_LED VOL-LED 6 FL_CLK IC2731 FL_CLK 7 FL_DA C0CAAKG00046 FL_DOUT 8 VOLTAGE REGULATOR FL_CS 9 FL_CS J MIC_GND MIC_GND 10 MIC _-9V 11 -9V TO +9V PANEL CIRCUIT +9V 12 Q2735 OUT GND IN MIC MIC 13 D2732 (CN6001) IN DVREF+ B1BACD000018 B0EAKM000117 R2721 3 2 1 DVREF+ 14 SWITCH 2.1 VREF+ VREF+ 26 1 LED_AC 27 Q2711 B1AAKD000012 SWITCH DC_DET2 R2706 4.6k VCC 3 15K 35V33 G0A220GA0026 CNVSS -VP 4 CNVSS 2 5 3 L2910 RESET B0BC035A0007 /RESET 1 D2903 B0EAMM000057 Q2970 R2970 6 2 D2901 10K FP2901 B1ADCE000012 Q2900 0.

5K MULTI_CHG R6202 FL6601 S6202 1.1 C6608 CD_2 4.2K 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 R6104 CD_1 R6204 3.2K S6201 R6201 1.5K A2BB00000171 FL DISPLAY R6103 SGL_CHG R6203 2.5 27 CN6001 DBASS_JOG2 DBASS_JOG1 LED SUPPLY DBASS_LED MIC_GND VOL_LED FL_DOUT LED GND DVREF+ FL_GND LED_AC J_VOLA FL_CLK CD3.3V VREF+ FL_CS C6940 0.8k 2 P1 G11 32 GR12 J6001 TO COM CD_4 R6207 3 P2 [44] VSS [34] G9 G12/S17 31 15K [35] G8 VEE 30 B A 4 P3 3 2 1 3 DGND REMOTE SENSOR S6207 KEY2_STOP 5 OSC S16 29 SG16 R6618 220 6 NC IC6601 S15 28 SG15 2 VREF+ 1 RMT CIRCUIT(J6001B*) CD_5 FL_DOUT FL_CLK R6619 220 7 DIN S14 27 SG14 C6300 ON SCHEMATIC KEY1_A FL_CS R6620 470 8 CLK [21] S8 S13 26 SG13 SG12 1000p DIAGRAM-7 9 STB [12] VSS [22] S9 S12 25 SG11 C6612 330p 10 K1 S11 24 R6622 82K SG10 C6634 C6633 C6611 330p 11 K2 S10 23 VDD 100P 100P C6613 330p S2 S6 S1 S3 S4 S7 S5 12 1314 1516 17 18 19 20 21 22 R6632 FLGND C6614 10K 0. (C) Panel Circuit 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 A SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM-6 A PANEL CIRCUIT : +B SIGNAL LINE : -B SIGNAL LINE : MIC SIGNAL LINE TO MAIN CIRCUIT (CN2806) ON 1 SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM.7 H SA-AK270PL/GCP PANEL CIRCUIT H 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 86 .3V VREF+ C0HBB0000057 RMT FL DRIVER VOL_LED DVREF+ KEY3 MIC +9V -9V MIC_SW J_VOLA LED_GND R6300 C6938 LED_GND VREF+ 10K 0.1 KEY1_A KEY2_STOP LED_GND 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 R6108 S6108 15k DGND MIC_SW A_GND A_GND MIC -9V +9V F 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 R6109 MIC_SW 47K D.SA-AK270PL / SA-AK270GCP 18.8K GR10 D G1 1 P0 G10 33 G2 G7 G3 G4 G5 G6 VDD R6107 GR11 6.2K R6102 DISPLAY 1.7k VR6630 CD_3 R6206 4443 42 4140 3938 37 36 35 34 K9AA024A0008 BASS CONTROL D TAPE REC S6206 6.1 KEY2 KEY2 KEY1 KEY3 RMT S6100 MIC +9V B0BC2R4A0006 -9V S6200 POWER R6101 OPEN/CLOSE C C S6101 1.2K S6203 2.9 TACT SWITCH FOR GCP ONLY CIRCUIT G (J6501B*) ON SCHEMATIC G DIAGRAM .3V VREF+ B FL_CS B DGND KEY3 KEY2 KEY1 RMT MIC +9V FL2 FL1 -VP -9V 272625242322212019181716151413121110 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 DGND FLGND R6458 D6458 1K R6100 R6200 B3AAA0000803 10K 10K R6671 22K DBASS_JOG1 DBASS_JOG2 POWER_LED C6671 22 KEY1 R6672 L6671 LED_GND MIC_GND VOL_LED FL_DOUT 10 D6672 J0JBC0000019 DVREF+ J_VOLA FL_CLK CD3.7K 0.1 R6106 S6205 GR3 GR1 GR4 GR7 GR5 GR2 GR8 GR6 GR9 S6106 4.01 SG5 SG8 SG4 SG6 SG2 SG3 SG7 SG9 SG1 DBASS_JOG1 MIC_GND DBASS_JOG2 E R6631 E IC6601 DVREF+ 10K CD3.BASS F LED_GND VOL_LED DGND DVREF+ KEY3 VREF+ STOP J_VOLA H6601* FOR GCP ONLY J6501A* TO MIC CIRCUIT (CN6701) ON SCHEMATIC TO DIAGRAM .3K GR10 GR11 GR12 GR12 SG13 C6609 SG11 SG10 SG12 SG16 SG15 SG14 SG8 SG4 SG2 GR1 GR2 GR3 GR4 GR5 GR6 GR7 GR8 GR9 SG1 SG3 SG9 SG7 SG6 SG5 R6205 0.3.3k S6204 3.

1 0.6 C6851 L6851 0.1 C6801 C6802 TUNER 0.3K C6803 C6804 J0JBC0000019 S6304 0.B.5 HP_SW 7 J_VOLA_2 FWD R6512 HP_R 220 HP_R 8 R6301 HP_GND S6301 1. (D) Tact Switch Circuit. (E) Music Port Circuit & (F) Remote Sensor P.7 A TACT SWITCH CIRCUIT : -B SIGNAL LINE : +B SIGNAL LINE MUSIC PORT CIRCUIT : MAIN SIGNAL LINE : MUSIC PORT SIGNAL LINE TO PANEL CIRCUIT (J6501A*) ON 5 SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM .1 J0JBC0000019 MP_SW J6501B* 4 B L6811 R6811 C6811 B 1 R J0JBC0000019 0 3 MP_L LED_SUPPLY 2 L MUSIC PORT LED_GND MP_R VOL_LED DVREF+ J_VOLA DGND C6815 STOP KEY3 L6812 R6812 C6812 0.C.8K 7 S6306 E 1 2 3 CD JK6800 E Q6511 A COM B B1GBCFJN0033 SWITCH R6307 15K C6820 390P C6810 S6307 390P USB R6308 VR6500 S6308 47K TO ZJ6801 EVEKE2F3524B VOLUME JOG EXT_IN MAIN CIRCUIT 1 (CN2001) ON SCHEMATIC 2 DIAGRAM.7K 6 S6820 EJECT C6861 R6306 1000P 6.6 C6601 C6616 100p 22 H SA-AK270PL/GCP TACT SWITCH/MUSIC PORT/REMOTE SENSOR CIRCUIT H 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 87 .01 0. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 A SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM .01 R6305 4.1 J0JBC0000019 R6302 B3AAA0000884 4 D6512 1.01 J0JBC0000019 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 CN6807 DGND_C 1 C6852 KEY2_STOP_B 1000P DGND 1 C6813 C6814 C6816 LED_SUPPLY_B LED_GND_B VOL_LED_B 330P 330P 0.047 1 R6511 C6821 C6822 C6823 180 0.01 0.2K J0JBC0000019 S6303 TAPE 2 L HEADPHONE B3AAA0000884 D6511 R6501 R6502 C6503 R6304 L6801 12K 22K 1000P 3.01 EJECT J_VOLA_2 2 6 DGND_B R6208 S6208 47K PA_IN_R 3 STOP/DEMO MP_GND C PA_IN_GND 4 7 C C6512 1000P TO PA_IN_L 5 JK6810 DVREF+_B MAIN CIRCUIT (CN2807) ON PA_SW 6 S6300 SCHEMATIC HP_SW DIAGRAM.4 F F REMOTE SENSOR CIRCUIT : +B SIGNAL LINE G Z6601 G B3RAD0000146 TO REMOTE SENSOR PANEL CIRCUIT J6001B* (J6001) ON DGND 3 1 23 SCHEMATIC VREF+ 2 RMT 1 DIAGRAM.2K HP_GND 9 5 MANUAL_EQ HP_L C6863 L6863 HP_L 10 0.4.5K S6302 R6503 REW R D 10K 3 D R6303 L6802 2. SA-AK270PL / SA-AK270GCP 18.047 0.

033 C1101 0 C1307 16V100 R1064 C1103 C1106 50V2.2K 1K ERASE ERASE -+ HEAD 5 5 4 4 PBRIN IC1001 PB PB AMP (L) NOR/Chro LOGIC C1110 R1106 RCH 3 3 SIGNAL AN7326K DECK R/P IC Rec Mute REC AMP (L) REC AMP (R) ALC 1500p 100K R/P PBLIN TPS HEAD LCH 2 1 2 1 GND Rec PB -+ PB AMP (R)Mute IC1001 Rec REC/PB REJECTION RIPPLE PB LOGIC C C PB PB PB PB TPS REC REC PB/REC RF GND R EQ Rout TPS Out Rin R1205 R1209 1 Rin 2 R NF 3 4 5 6 7 8 Rout 9 SW 10 11 2.2 50V1 10V220 B C1108 B R1102 1. (G) Deck Circuit 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 A SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM .3K CP1902 2SD09650RA SWITCH 1K K1KA09BA0153 GND MOTOR_GND G TO 1 2 G DECK MECHANISM WR1903 (CS971) ON 1 2 SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM-9 H SA-AK270PL/GCP DECK CIRCUIT H 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 88 .SA-AK270PL / SA-AK270GCP 18.3 D IC1000 6 IC1000 C1AA00000612 ANALOG SWITCH C1205 820P R1309 470 CN1305 D VCC SW GND CTRL2 CTRL1 PHOTO 21 PHOTO 1 2 3 4 5 20 NC L1302 D9V D9V 19 9V_GND VREF.2 C1206 1.2 C1321 4700p Q1310 R1327 4.01 270P C1102 R1101 C1104 R1104 C1303 R1063 1500p 33 0.033 R1302 4.2K 1K C1221 C1207 1000p 1500P PBROUT C1301 C1208 R1304 C1305 C1210 R1206 50V0.1 16V10 22K 16V33 C1308 1500p 100K PBRIN C1203 16V22 R1202 C1204 50V2.7 3300p 22k 10K AN7 R1314 10 AF_GND SCHEMATIC 1K DIAGRAM .7 Q1309 1000p R1329 R1328 4.7k B1GDCFGH0002 Q1315 VREF- B1ABGC000005 C1320 SWITCH Q1315 B1ACKD000006 F BEATPROOF LEVELSWITCH 50V1 SWITCH Q1312 Q1314 R1342 B1ABCF000011 SWITCH 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 47K R1344 27K C1326 16V10 R1341 R1374 470 470 VREF+ HALF2 PHOTO MOTOR GND VREF- AN6 AN7 PLVCC R1343 Q1316 R1345 3.8 A DECK CIRCUIT : +B SIGNAL LINE : -B SIGNAL LINE : TAPE RECORD SIGNAL LINE : TAPE PLAYBACK SIGNAL LINE GND SHIELDING C1105 820P PBLOUT R1380 R1103 0 PBL_IN 18K R1061 C1122 C1123 0 0. 18 VREF- R1334 22K Q1309.7 1000p 1500P DGND PB 22 21 PB 20 PB 19 PB 18ALC 17 TPS 16 REC 15 REC 14 13 12 Lin L NF L EQ L out LOW GAIN Lin Lout ALC Nor/Cro Vcc R1105 R1109 CP1301 OUT ADJ PB Rec PB Rec SW 2.01 50V3.5K R1331 16V47 Q1314 1 PLUNGER F 4.7K BIAS SWITCH RECH1 R1401 R1371 VREF+ 12K 22K RECH1 15 BP C1323 C1316 AN6 R1210 14 50V1 33K REC R1318 R1333 4.Q1310 RECH1 Q1304 17 VREF+ C1324 R1338 B1AAGC000006 TPS B1GDCFGH0002 REC:H 16 DMT 16V47 4.5K 16V100 0.5.7K 15K 10K 13 REC Rin TO VREF+ 12 REC Lin L1301 MAIN CIRCUIT E G2ZZ00000024 R1330 C1312 R1404 R1403 R1110 33K 11 AF_GND (CN2011) ON E 6 1 4.047 C1317 1000p R1402 B1GBCFGH0001 SWITCH D9V AN7 7 9V(D9V) 4 3 270K 6 AN7 D1301 C1319 C1315 R1405 9VGND VREF- B0ACCK000005 16V100 C1314 12K 5 MOTOR_12V 2200p 2200p PHOTO AN6 R1337 4 AN6 10K D1301 R1332 10K Q1312 3 MOTOR_GND R1335 C1311 2 MOTOR Q1317 Q1317 1.027 10K 0.3 R1203 C1222 C1209 18K 0.01 270P R1305 10K 50V3.7M C1304 C1121 C1107 470 50V4.7K VREF- REC 9 PB Rout 5 2 C1318 Q1303 8 PB Lout 0.5K 16V10 0 C1302 R1303 0.027 R1204 C1202 10K C1371 C1223 C1109 1500p C1201 50V1 R1201 33 0.

SA-AK270PL / SA-AK270GCP

18.6. (H) Deck Mechanism Circuit, (L) AC Inlet Circuit, (M) Voltage Selector Circuit (GCP Only) & (N) Mic P.C.B. (GCP Only)

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14

A SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM - 9 A
DECK MECHANISM CIRCUIT :+B SIGNAL LINE :-B SIGNAL LINE AC INLET CIRCUIT : +B SIGNAL LINE : -B SIGNAL LINE

TO
DECK (CP1902)
ON SCHEMATIC
DIAGRAM- 8
FOR GCP ONLY FOR PL ONLY
B B

PL GND
PHOTO
F1

HALF 1

HALF 2
VREF+
L5702
P5701

VREF-
L5703

MODE
RED ELF22V022A G0B932H00001 125V T8AH...PL
250V T8AH...GCP

PL
CS971 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 TO 4 3 4 3 AC IN
SMPS CIRCUIT  FOR GCP ONLY R5701 ZA5702 ZA5701 120V 60Hz...PL
IN SCHEMATIC 4.7 110-127V/220-240V 50/60Hz...GCP
DIAGRAM -14 1 2 1 2

S975 RECINH_F
BLK C5701 DZ5701
D971 F0CAF334A087 C5705 ERZV10V511CS
S971 C5704 0.33 775V25A
HALF
S972

MA2C16500E MODE F1BAF1020020 F1BAF1020020
TH5702 1000P 1000P
D4CAC8R00002

FOR GCP ONLY

F1BAF1020020
F1BAF1020020
R972 C
C R973

C5707
C5706

1000p