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DVD-P Samsung 300mm

TRAINING MANUAL

DVD-E360K
Agenda

I. Understanding of DVD Player

II. Inside of DVD-E360K 300mm Model

III. Disassembly & Reassembly

IV. Trouble Shooting

V. Attachment
. Understanding of DVD-PLAYER

UNDERSTANDING
OF DVD-PLAYER
. Understanding of DVD-PLAYER

CONTENTS

I. Basic Block DVD-Player

II. Product Specification

III. Signal Connection Types

IV. General Features


. Understanding of DVD-PLAYER

Basic Block DVD-Player


. Understanding of DVD-PLAYER

Product Specification
Power Requirements AC120V~60Hz

Power Consumption 6W (On condition), 1W (Off condition)

Weight 2.4 lbs


General
Dimensions 300 mm (W)X 208 mm (D)X 37 mm (H)

Operating Temperature Range +5C to + 35C

Operating Humidity Range 10% to 75%

Composite Video 1 Channel : 1.0 Vp-p (75Load)


60 Hz

Y : 1.0 Vp-p (75Load)


Video Output
Component Video Pb : 0.7 Vp-p (75Load)

Pr : 0.7 Vp-p (75Load)

Output Terminal 2 CH

Maximum Output level 2Vrms


Audio Output
Frequency Responece 20Hz~20kHz

Digital audio Output Coaxial terminal (S/PDIF)


. Understanding of DVD-PLAYER

Signal Connection Types


Schart
Coaxial

Audio

Composite
. Understanding of DVD-PLAYER

General Features

Digital Photo Viewer (JPEG).


MP3/ WMA playback.
MPEG4 (.avi) playback.
Parental Control (DVD) The parental control allows users to set the level necessary to proh ibit children from
viewing harmful movies such as those with violence, adult subject matter, etc)
Various On-screen Menu Function.
EZ View (DVD) enables picture adjustment to match your TVs screen size (16:9 or 4:3)
Excellent Sound Dolby Digital, a technology developed by Dolby Laboratories, provides crystal clear sound
reproduction.
CD Ripping feature lets you to copy audio from disc to USB device into MP3 format
Progressive Scan creates an improved picture with double the scan lines of conventional interlaced picture.
Screen
Slow Motion
Repeat
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Inside of DVD-E360K
300mm Model
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CONTENTS

I. Introduction
II. Some Functions of DVD-E360K
III. Product Feature Specification
IV. Supplied Accessory
V. Control & Connection Panel
VI. Block Diagram
VII. Inside Look DVD-E360K
VIII. Wiring Diagram
IX. Circuit Operating Descriptions
X. Board Description
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Introduction

What is SECS Poussin ?


=Basic 300 mm Slim & Compact Design
=TOC (Touch of color)

Tool: Basic Model E360K (300mm)

Black Glossy

USB

Display : LED

Press Button
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Some Functions of DVD-E360K


2012
Slim & Compact Design reduce 60mm
12bit Video Digital Analog Converter

2011
360mm

Media bright UI will allow user to choose


from various option provided in the
background screen that uses 196~256
color for more advanced image.
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Some Functions of DVD-E360K

Key Sales Point


Divx Playback
DivX
Downloading
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Some Functions of DVD-E360K

MP3, WMA, JPEG


Downloading
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Some Functions of DVD-E360K

CD Ripping

CD Ripping :
Audio CD Playback.
Ripping into MP3 format.
Copy to MP3 Player
Enjoy your favorite song with MP3 Player.

1
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Supplied Accessory
Description fig Description Part no

Remote Control (AK59-00117A)

Owners Instructions (AK68-02204A)

Video/audio Cable
(AC39-42001U &
AC39-22017Z)
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Control & Connection Panel


Description
Front panel Control

1. DISC TRAY 5. STANDBY/ON


Place the disc here.
Turn On/Off the DVD Player.
2. DISPLAY
6. USB HOST
Operation indicators are display here. Connect digital still camera, MP3 player, memory stick,
card reader, or other removable storage devices.
3. OPEN/CLOSE
Press to open and close the disc tray.
7. MIC
Connect microphone
4. PLAY/PAUSE

Play or pause the disc/Stops Disc Play


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Control & Connection Panel


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Control & Connection Panel

A. Connecting to a TV(VIDEO)
- Using video/audio cables, connect the VIDEO (yellow)/AUDIO (red and white) OUT jacks
on the rear of the DVD player to the VIDEO (yellow)/AUDIO (red and white) IN jacks of your TV.
- Turn on the DVD player and TV.
- Press the input selector on your TV remote control until the Video signal from the DVD player
appears on the TV screen.

B. Connection to a TV Using the component Jacks (Progresive/Interlance)


- Connecting through the Component jacks lets you view video at the 480p (Progresive Scan) resolution.
- What is Progresive Scan?
Progresive scan has twice as many scanning lines per frame as interlaced (480i) output and provides better
and clearer picture quality.

1. Using Component video cables (not included), connect the COMPONENT VIDEO OUT (PR, PB, and Y)
jacks on the rear of the DVD player to the COMPONENT IN (PR, PB, and Y) jacks on your TV.
2. Using the audio cables, connect the AUDIO (red and white) OUT jacks on the rear of the DVD player to
the AUDIO (red and white) IN jacks of your TV. Turn on the DVD player and TV.
3. Set the video output to P-SCAN/I-SCAN in the display Set Up menu. You can also use the VIDEO SEL.
Button to change the Video Output mode.
4. Press the input selector button on your TV remote control until the Component signal from the DVD
player appears on the TV.
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C. Connection to an Audio System (2 Channel, Dolby Digital, or MPEG2)

Using the audio cables, connect the AUDIO (red and white) OUT jacks on the rear of the DVD player to the
AUDIO (red and white) IN jacks of the Amplifier. If using a Coaxial cable, connect the DIGITAL AUDIO
(COAXIAL) jack on the rear of the DVD player to the DIGITAL AUDIO IN (COAXIAL) jack of the Amplifier.
Using the video signal cable (s), connect the COMPONENT or VIDEO OUT jacks on the rear of the DVD
player to the COMPONENT or VIDEO jacks of your TV.
Turn on your DVD player, TV, and Amplifier.
Press the input select button of the Amplifier to select the audio input your DVD player is connected to in
order to hear sound. Refer to your Amplifier's user manual to set the Amplifier's audio input.
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Control & Connection Panel


DVD-E360K 1. DVD POWER Button 11. TOOLS Button
Turns the power on or off. Displays the current disc mode. It also lets you
2. REPEAT Button acces the Display function.
Allows you to repeat play a title,chapter, 12. OPEN/CLOSE Button
track, or disc. To open and close the disc tray.
3. DISC MENU Button 13. MARKER
Brings up the Disc menu. Quickly find bookmark sections of a DVD.
4. RECORD 14. USB Button
5. SEARCH Buttons ( /) To change device which acces to USB device.
Allows you to search forward/back ward 15. VIDEO SEL. Button
through a disc. Changes video output mode.
6. STOP Button () 16. PLAY/PAUSE Button
To stop the disc. Begins disc play.
7. SKIP Buttons ( / ) 17. SUBTITLE Button ()
Use to skip the title, chapter or track 18. RETURN Button
8. MENU Button Returns to a previous menu.
Brings up the DVD players menu. 19. TITLE MENU Button ()
9. ENTER / / , / Buttons Brings up the Title menu.
This button functions as a toggle switch. 20. INFO Button
10. AUDIO Button Used to display playback info banner.
Use this button to access
various audio functions on a disc. Use
this button to select an available TV
source (mode TV)
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Wiring Diagram
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Circuit Operating Descriptions


Location of Test Point
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Circuit Operating Descriptions


Power(SMPS)
1-1-1 Comparison between Linear Power Supply and S.M.P.S.
1-1-1 (a) Linear

Waveform/Description

Input : Common power to transformer (Vp).

The output Vs of transformer is determined by the ratio


of 1st Np and 2nd Ns.
Vs = (Ns/Np) x Vp

Vout is output (DC) by diode and condensor.

Fig. 1-4
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Circuit Operating Descriptions


Advantages and disadvantages of linear power supply Charge by common power

1). Advantages : Little noise because the output waveform


of transformer is sine wave.

2) Disadvantages :
Additional margin is required because Vs is changed
(depending on power source. (The regulator loss is caused
by margin design).
Greater core size and condenser capacity are needed, because
Regulator loss
the transformer work son a single power frequency.

1-1-1 (b) S.M.P.S (Pulse Width Modulation) Fig.1-5

Fig.1-6
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Circuit Operating Descriptions


FLY- Back PWM (Pulse With Modulation) Control
1-1-2 (a) AC Power Rectification/Smoothing Terminal

1) PDS01, PDS02, PDS03, PDS04 : Convert AC power to DC(Full wave rectification).


2) PER10, PER10A : Smooth the voltage converted to DC.
3) PCD01 : Noise removal at power input/output.
4) VX80JS : SMPS protection at power surge input.

1) Prevent residual high voltage at the terminals of switch during


switch off/Suppress noise. High inverted power occurs at switch
(PIC1) off, because of the 1st winding of transformer :(V=-L1
xdi/dt. L1 : Leakage Induction) A very high residual voltage exist
on both terminals of PIC1 4, 5~8 pin because dt is a very short.
2) SNUBBER circuit protects PIC1 from damage through leakage
voltage suppression by RC.

1-1-2 (c) Driving circuit


When Vin supplied, driving current Ig occurs through the PIC1. By this I1 (=Hfe x Ig) occurs through
the PIC1 and the Vb is inducted to base winding coil NB. By inducted Vb, Ib start flow and the VCC
voltage of PIC1 is sustained stable. Ib is constant and I1 increases in Proportion to time. After
constant time passed Ib become to shortage and PIC1 is cut OFF (S/W OFF).
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Fig.1-8 Driving Circuit


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1-1-2 (d) Feedback Control Circuit

Fig. 1-9

Operation descriptions
1.Internal OP-Amp + base potential of ICM803 is 2.5V and external - input potential is connected with PRS34and PRS35 to maintain
Vout of 4.4V.
2.If load of 4.4V terminal increase (or AC input voltage decrease) and Vout decrease over 4.4V, Then : ICM803 R potential decrease
over 2.5V -->ICM803 A-K BASE Current decrease --> ICM803 A-K Current decrease --> PICS1 DIODE Current decrease --> PICS1 C-
E Current decrease --> PICS1 C-E Voltage increase --> PICS1 F-B Voltage increase --> OUT DUTY increase TRANS Primary Cuttent
Increase --> TRANS Primary Power increase --> Vout increase --> Vout maintain 4.4V
- PRD31, PRD32 : Reduce 4.4V overshoot.
- PRS32, PCS32 : Prevent ICM803 oscillation (for phase correction).
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1-1-3 Iternal Block Diagram
Internal Block Diagaram
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Circuit Operating Descriptions


RF
1-2-1 RF Signal
RF block is integrated in the MT 1389
Fig. 1-11 Show the flow of signal generated by the pick-up.
RF signal detected from pick-up is converted in to RF signal via RF block in MT 1389
A,B,C,D signals detected from pick-up are converted in to FE,TE,PI,DEFECT signals internally.

1-2-1 Block Diagram

120

127

128

V1P4 (11)

Fig. 1-11
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Circuit Operating Descriptions


System Control

1-3-1 Outline
Media Tek MT1389J is a cost-effective DVD system on chip (SOC) which incorporates advanced features like
MPEG-4 video recorder, high quality TV encoder and state of art deinterlace processing. The Media tek MT1389J
Enables consumer electronics manufactures to build high quality , USB2.0,MS/SD/MMC reader, feature rich DVD
Player, portable DVD players or any other home entertainment audio/video/devices.
Based on media Teks world leading DVD player SOC architecture, the MT1389J is the new generation of the
DVD player SOC. It integrates the media tek 3rd generation front en digital RF amplifier and the servo/MPEG AV
decoder. To enrich the feature of DVD PLAYER, the MT1389J equips a simplified MPEG-4 advanced simple
profile (ASP) video recorder to fully support the DivX1 Home Theater profile. The Progressive scan of the
MT1389J utilized advanced motion adaptive de interlace algorithm to achieve the best movie/video playback. It
also support a 3:2 pull down algorithm to give the best film effect. The 108MHz/12-bit video DAC provides users
a whole new viewing experience.
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Circuit Operating Descriptions


Servo

1-4-1 Outline
SERVO system of DVD is composed of focusing SERVO, Tracking SERVO,SLED Linked SERVO
and CLV SERVO
(DISC Motor Control SERVO).
1) Focusing SERVO : Focuses the optical spot output from object lens onto the surface. Maintains
a uniform distance between object lens of Pick-up and disc (for surface vibration of disc).
2) Tracking SERVO: Make the Object lens follow the disc track in use of tacking error signal
(created from pick-up).
3) SLED Linked SERVO : When the tracking actuator inclines outwardly as the object lens follows
the track during play, the SLED motor moves slightly ( and counteracts the incline).
4) CLV SERVO(DISC Motor Control SERVO) : Controls the disc motor to maintain a constant
linear velocity ( necessary for RF signal).
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1-4-2 Block Diagram

DECK
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Circuit Operating Descriptions


1-4-3 Operation
1) Focusing SERVO

2) Focusing SERVO
The focus loop is changed from open loop to closed loop, and the triangular waveform moves the object lens up
and down (at pin 17 of MIC1 during Focus SERVO ON.) at that time, S curve is generated in MIC1.
Summing signal of PD A,B,C,D, is generated, and zero cross (1.65V) point occurs when S curve is focused and
ABCD signal exceeds a preset, constant value. The focus loop is changed to closed loop, and the object lens follows
the disc movement, maintaining a constant distance from the disc. (these operations are same in CD and DVD).

FOD Vref

Vref
Internal (FE)

Summing signal
of PD A,B,C,D Vref
(internal)
(2) PLAY
When focus loop closes the loop during focus servo on, both pin 13 and 14 of IC3 are controlled by MIC1
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Circuit Operating Descriptions


2) TRACKING SERVO

(1) NORMAL PLAY MODE


For DVD
Composite : The signal output from PD A,B,C,D of Pick-up, the tracking error
Phase difference of A+C and B+D in RIC1, and inputs to MIC1. Then, it is output to MIC1 via digital equalizer,
and applied to the tracking actuator through FIC3.
Pin 15 of MIC1 is controlled by VREF(approx.1.65V)during normal play.
Meanwhile, DVD repeats the track jump from 1 to 4 in inner direction at normal play (because data-read speed from
disc is faster than data output speed on screen).
For CD,VCD
Receive the signal output trough E,F of pick-up. The tracking error signal is similar to DVD.

2) SEARCH Mode:
Search mode : Fine seek, (Moving the tracking actuator slightly little bellow 255 track) and coarse search, moving
much in use of sled motor. The coarse search will be described in sled linked servo an now, the fine is explained shortly.
If the object lens is located near target, cut off the tracking loop and give the control signal as many as desired count to move the tracking actor
via MIC1 pin 26 terminal (TRACK_PWM).

3) SLED LINKED SERVO


Normal Play mode
Move SLED motor slightly by means of PWM signal in MIC1 pin 23, as tracking actuator moves along with track during play. Control to
move the entire Pick-up as the tracking actuator moves.
Coarse search mode
in case of long-distance search (such as chapter search ), MIC1 uses open-loop jump method.
Then, read ID an compute the existing track count after input of next track.
If the existing track count is within fine seek range, tracking begins using fine seek.

4) CLV SERVO(DISC MOTOR CONTROL SERVO)


Detect SYNC signals from R/U in MIC1, and out put PWM signal to MIC1 for constant linear velocity.
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Circuit Operating Descriptions


DVD Data Processor
1-5-1 Outline

The MT 1389J (highly-integrated device) includes the full front-end disc controller, back-end decoder
Functions As well as the host control CPU.
The principal off-chip component include the disc drive with its optical pick up, tray sled and spindle drivers
and motors,16Mbits of SDRAM, and the audio Digital-to-Analog converters some applications.

In case of general disc refresh, the memory is almost filled up periodically because write rate memory after
disc playback and signal process is faster A/V decoder. When the memory is filled, this status is reported by
interrupt to main micom, which controls the servo to kick back the pick-up to the previous track after
memorizing the last data read from disc until now. It takes some times to jump to the previous track and
return to the original (jump location) again.
The memory will have an empty space because A/V decoder reads out data of memory.
When the memory has an empty space, where data can be processed and written and the pick-up correctly
gets to the original location (before kick back location) again, it reads data again avoids the interrupt of data
read previously.
The basic operation repeats to perform as described above.
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Circuit Operating Descriptions


MIC2 16M bit
1-5-2 Block Diagram
SDRAM

Open
Close

MIC1
(MT 1389J)
MOTOR MPEG DECODER
IC3 DIGITAL SERVO
SDP & CPU
RF AMP &DPD

IC4 Flash
Memory 2M bit
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Circuit Operating Descriptions


Video

1-6-1 Outline

MIC1 (A/V decoder with video encoder) diverges from the 27MHz crystal, then generates VSYNC an HSYNC.
MIC1( A/V decoder with video encoder), copy guard processing an D/A conversion of 8bit video data internally inputted from video
decoder block by MIC1.
Video signal converted into analog signal is outputted via amplifier of analog part.

1-6-2 NTSC/PAL Digital Encoder (MT 1389J ; Built in video encode)

MIC1 inputted from pin 161 with 27MHz generates HSYNC an VSYNC which are based on video signal.
MIC1 is synchronous signal with decoded video signal and control the output timing of 8bit video signal.
The separate signal is encoded to NTSC by control of MIC1.
The above signals, which are CVBS (Composite Video Burst Synchronize), Y/Pr and Pb, are outputted from MIC1 directly.
In Course of encoding, 8bit data can extend to 10bit or more.
To convert the extended data to quantization noise as possible,MIC1adopts 10bit D/A converter.
MIC1 perform video en-coding as well as copy protection.
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Audio

1-7-1 Outline

A/V decoder (MIC1 ; MT 1389J) is the supply to DATA 0 for 2-channel mixed audio output.
The audio data transmitted from A/V decoder (MIC ;MT 1389J) are converted into analog signal via audi
D/A converter and outputted with only 2 channels audio data and transmit them to Post Filter.
If DVD of multichannel Source disc, if is downmixed and transmit them to Post Filter.

Mixed Audio Output (2-Channel)

MIC1
POST FILTER SUM
(MT 1389J)
A/V Decoder POST FILTER SUM
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Circuit Operating Descriptions


1-7-2 DVD Audio Output
Source Data Types: MPEG-1,2,Dolby
Digital, CD-DA,LPCM,WMA
MIC2 (LOCAL DRAM) MIC1 (MT 1389G: A/V DECODER)

HOST or DVD/
VCD INTERFACE

RECEIVER
AUDIO INPUT IEC 958/1937 IEC 958/1973 or DECODER
BUFFER OUTPUT
Compressed Data INTERFACE (IEC 958/1937)
PROCESS
WMA(MPEG,Dolby
Digital),
CDDA,LPCM 2 Channel LPCM, Decoded Dolby
Digital, MPEG,WMA

AUDIO DECODER
(MPEG,Dolby Digital,
CD DA,LPCM WMA)
Uncompressed 16 or 24 bit
LPCM samples at
fs+44.1,48,96KHz

AUDIO INPUT 2,4 ot 6 DIGITAL AUDIO


BUFFER AUDIO DAC
CHANENNEL INTERFACE
OUTPUT PROSES
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Circuit Operating Descriptions

1) Compressed Data

The audio data inputted to MIC1 ; MT 1389J) A/V decoder is divided into compressed data
uncompressed data.
It is compressed data that is compressed with-channel audio data such as Dolby digital, MPEG,DTS,
WMA, etc. The data compressed data inputted to MIC1; MT 1389J is converted into the uncompressed
data of 2, 4, an 6 channels through MIC1 build-in audio decoder an is outputted to data 0 through
MIC1 built-in audio decoder and is outputted to data 0 through digital audio interface. Via IEC-985
output process.

2) Uncompressed Data

The uncompressed data is called CD-DA,LPCM data.


The 2 channels data is converted through audio decoder 2-channel data an Data 0 and are outputted in
digital audio interface. Via IEC-859 Output process, they is transmitted to digital amplifier or AC-3/MPG
DTS amplifier built in the external digital input source IEC-985/1937 transmission format.
III. Disassembly & Reassembly

DISASSEMBLY
& REASSEMBLY
III. Disassembly & Reassembly

CONTENTS

I. Cabinet & PCB


II. Deck
III. Disassembly & Reassembly

Cabinet & PCB


3-1-1 Top cabinet Removal
Remove 2 Screws the back top Cabinet.
Lift up the Top Cabinet in direction of arrow.
III. Disassembly & Reassembly

Cabinet & PCB


3-1-2 Assy Front-cabinet Removal
Remove 7 Hooks and Assy Front Cabinet
III. Disassembly & Reassembly

Cabinet & PCB


3-1-2 Assy Loader Removal
Remove Assy Loader FPC cable from Assy Main PCB.
Remove 3 Screw from the assy Loader and lift up.
III. Disassembly & Reassembly
Cabinet & PCB

3-1-4 Main PCB and SMPS PCB Removal

1) Remove 1 screw the back bottom cabinet.


2) Remove 1 screw from the Main PCB.
3) Remove 1 screw from the S.M.P.S PCB.
4) Remove 2 Screws from the S.M.P.S PCB, and lift up.
III. Disassembly & Reassembly

Cabinet & PCB

3-2-5 PCB Location


TROUBLE
SHOOTING
IV. Trouble Shooting

CONTENTS

1. Disc cannot be played


2. Pick up deck cant move
3. Cant FF/RW
4. Pick up cant find the disc
5. Abnormal Disc Rotation
6. Deck cant Open/Close
7. No Audio Output
8. No Y/Pb/Pr (Component) Output
9. No Progressive Output
10. No CVBS Output
11. No Power
12. No USB Output
IV. Trouble Shooting

1. Disc can not be played


IV. Trouble Shooting

1. Disc can not be played


IV. Trouble Shooting

2. Pick-up deck cant move


IV. Trouble Shooting

2. Pick up deck cant move


IV. Trouble Shooting

3. Cant FF/RW
IV. Trouble Shooting

3. Cant FF/RW
IV. Trouble Shooting

4. Pick-up cant find the disc


IV. Trouble Shooting

4. Pick-up cant find the disc


IV. Trouble Shooting

5. Abnormal Disc Rotation


IV. Trouble Shooting

5. Abnormal Rotation of Disc Motor


IV. Trouble Shooting

5. Abnormal Rotation of Disc Motor


IV. Trouble Shooting

6. Deck cant Open/Close


IV. Trouble Shooting

6. Deck cant open close


IV. Trouble Shooting

6. Deck cant open close


IV. Trouble Shooting

7. No Audio Output
IV. Trouble Shooting

7. No Audio Output
IV. Trouble Shooting

8. No Y/Pr/Pb (Component) Output


IV. Trouble Shooting

9. No Progressive Output
IV. Trouble Shooting

10. No CVBS Output


IV. Trouble Shooting

10. No CVBS Output


IV. Trouble Shooting

11. No Power
IV. Trouble Shooting

11. No Power
IV. Trouble Shooting

12. No USB Output

No USB Output

Is the pin VDD 33 USB Check power connection between


(MIC1-26) normal level? MIC1-26,and 3.3V,

Is USB output from


(MIC1-24, 25) OK? Check MIC1 of Main Board

Is the USB signal in


mcon1-pin 5,12 n 13 (usb Check connection between
5v, usb-p, usb-n) OK? MIC1-24, 25 and MCON1

Check connection MCON1 and


USB1
Thank You