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ORDER NO.

AD1404013CE

Blu-ray DiscTM Home Theater Sound System


Model No. SA-BTT405P

Remote
SA-BTT405PH
SB-HC4010 Control
SC-BTT405P
SC-BTT405PH
SB-HFS4010 SA-BTT405 SB-HW4010

Colour:(K)...........Black Type

Notes: Please refer to the original service manual for:


• Speaker system SB-HFS4010/HC4010/HW4010, Order No:AD1403015CE

WARNING
This service information is designed for experienced repair technicians only and is not designed for use by the general
public. It does not contain warnings or cautions to advise non-technical individuals of potential dangers in attempting
to service a product. Products powered by electricity should be serviced or repaired only by experienced professional
technicians. Any attempt to service or repair the product or products dealt with in this service information by anyone else
could result in serious injury or death.

© Panasonic Corporation 2014


Unauthorized copying and distribution is a violation of law.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
PAGE
1 Safety Precautions ------------------------------------------------ 3
1.1. General Guidelines ----------------------------------------- 3
1.2. Leakage Current Cold Check----------------------------- 3
1.3. Leakage Current Hot Check (See Figure 1.) -------- 3
1.4. Protection Circuitry------------------------------------------ 3
2 Warning --------------------------------------------------------------- 4
2.1. Prevention of Electrostatic Discharge (ESD)
to Electrostatically Sensitive (ES) Devices ----------- 4
2.2. Precaution of Laser Diode ------------------------------- 5
2.3. Static Electricity Protection Measures----------------- 6
2.4. Ground for Electrostatic Breakdown
Prevention ---------------------------------------------------- 6
3 Service Navigation ------------------------------------------------ 7
3.1. Service Information ----------------------------------------- 7
3.2. How to Update Firmware ---------------------------------- 7
4 Specifications ------------------------------------------------------ 10
4.1. Others (Licences) ------------------------------------------ 11
5 Location of Controls and Components-------------------- 12
6 Installation Instructions----------------------------------------- 14
6.1. Speaker Connection--------------------------------------- 14
6.2. Connection to a TV----------------------------------------- 14
6.3. FM Antenna Connection---------------------------------- 14
7 Operating Instruction-------------------------------------------- 15
7.1.Take out the Disc from Drive Unit when the
Disc cannot be ejected by the OPEN/CLOSE
button---------------------------------------------------------- 15
8 Multiple Pressing Function------------------------------------- 16
8.1. About the Multiple Pressing of the Unit’s
Remote Control------------------------------------------------ 16
8.2. How to enter the Special Modes using the
Multiple Pressing Function of the Unit’s Remote
Control--------------------------------------------------------- 16
9 Service Mode ------------------------------------------------------- 19
9.1. About the Service Mode----------------------------------- 19
9.2. Service Mode List------------------------------------------- 20
9.3. Self-Diagnostics Functions------------------------------- 21
10 Troubleshooting Guide---------------------------------------- 22
10.1. About Operation of Set ----------------------------------- 22
10.2. After Servicing---------------------------------------------- 23
11 Wiring Connection and Voltage Data---------------------- 31
12 Disassembly and Assembly Instructions---------------- 33
12.1.Disassembly Flow Chart---------------------------------- 33
12.2.P.C.B. Location---------------------------------------------- 33
12.3.Disassembly Procedure----------------------------------- 34
13 Measurements and Adjustments--------------------------- 38
13.1.When Replacing the Mechanism Unit and/or
Digital P.C.B. Unit------------------------------------------- 38
13.2.When Replacing the Front P.C.B.Unit and/or
NFC P.C.B. Unit.-------------------------------------------- 43
13.3.Caution for Replacing Parts------------------------------ 46
14 Exploded View and Replacement Parts List------------ 47
14.1.Replacement Parts List------------------------------------ 47
14.2.Casing Parts & Mechanism Section-------------------- 48
14.3.Packing & Accessories Section------------------------- 49

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1 Safety Precautions

1.1. General Guidelines


1. IMPORTANT SAFETY NOTICE
There are special components used in this equipment which are important for safety. These parts are marked by in the
Schematic Diagrams, Circuit Board Layout, Exploded Views and Replacement Parts List. It is essential that these critical
parts should be replaced with manufacturer’s specified parts to prevent X-RADIATION, shock, fire, or other hazards. Do not
modify the original design without permission of manufacturer.
2.An Isolation Transformer should always be used during the servicing of AC Adaptor whose chassis is not isolated from
the AC power line. Use a transformer of adequate power rating as this protects the technician from accidents resulting in
personal injury from electrical shocks. It will also protect AC Adaptor from being damaged by accidental shorting that may
occur during servicing.
3.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.
4.After servicing, see to it that all the protective devices such as insulation barriers, insulation papers shields are properly
installed.
5. After servicing, make the following leakage current checks to prevent the customer from being exposed to shock hazards.
1.2. Leakage Current Cold Check
1.Unplug the AC cord and connect a jumper between the two prongs on the plug.
2.Measure the resistance value, with an ohmmeter, between the jumpered AC plug and each exposed metallic cabinet part onthe
equipment such as screwheads, connectors, control shafts, etc. When the exposed metallic part has a return path to thechassis,
the reading should be between 1 MΩ and 5.2 MΩ. When the exposed metal does not have a return path to the chas-sis, the
reading must be infinity.
1.3. 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 1.5 kΩ, 10 W resistor, in parallel with a 0.15 μF capacitor, between each exposed metallic part on the set and a
good earth ground, as shown in Figure. 1.
3.Use an AC voltmeter, with 1 kΩ/V 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 V RMS. A leakage current tester (Simpson Model 229 or equivalent)
maybe used to make the hot checks, leakage current must not exceed 1/2 mA. In case a measurement is outside of the
limitsspecified, there is a possibility of a shock hazard, and the equipment should be repaired and rechecked before it is
returned tothe customer.

1.4. Protection Circuitry Figure. 1


The protection circuitry may have operated if either of the following conditions are noticed:
•No sound is heard when the power is turned on.
•Sound stops during a performance.
The function of this circuitry is to prevent circuitry damage if, for example, the positive and negative speaker connection wires
are“shorted”, or if speaker systems with an impedance less than the indicated rated impedance of the amplifier are used.If this
occurs, follow the procedure outlines below:
1.Turn off the power.
2.Determine the cause of the problem and correct it.
3.Turn on the power once again after one minute.
Note:
When the protection circuitry functions, the unit will not operate unless the power is first turned off and then on again.

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2 Warning
2.1. Prevention of Electrostatic Discharge (ESD) to Electrostatically
Sensitive (ES) Devices
Some semiconductor (solid state) devices can be damaged easily by static electricity. Such components commonly are called
Electrostatically Sensitive (ES) Devices.

Examples of typical ES devices are IC(integrated circuits)and some field-effect transistors and
semiconductor “chip” components.

The following techniques should be used to help reduce the incidence of component damage caused by electrostatic
discharge(ESD).

1. Immediately before handling any semiconductor component or semiconductor-equipped assembly, drain off any ESD on
your body by touching a known earth ground. Alternatively, obtain and wear a commercially available discharging ESD
wrist strap, which should be removed for potential shock reasons prior to applying power to the unit under test.
2. After removing an electrical assembly equipped with ES devices, place the assembly on a conductive surface such as
aluminum foil, to prevent electrostatic charge buildup or exposure of the assembly.
3. Use only a grounded-tip soldering iron to solder or unsolder ES devices.
4. Use only an antistatic solder removal device. Some solder removal devices not classified as "antistatic (ESD protected)"
can generate electrical charge sufficient to damage ES devices.
5. Do not use freon-propelled chemicals. These can generate electrical charges sufficient to damage ES devices.
6. Do not remove a replacement ES device from its protective package until immediately before you are ready to install it.
(Most replacement ES devices are packaged with leads electrically shorted together by conductive foam, aluminum foil or
comparable conductive material).
7. Immediately before removing the protective material from the leads of a replacement ES device, touch the protective
material to the chassis or circuit assembly into which the device will be installed.
CAUTION :
Be sure no power is applied to the chassis or circuit, and observe all other safety precautions.
8. Minimize bodily motions when handling unpackaged replacement ES devices. (Otherwise harmless motion such as the
brushing together of your clothes fabric or the lifting of your foot from a carpeted floor can generate static electricity (ESD)
sufficient to damage an ES device).

IMPORTANT SAFETY NOTICE


There are special components used in this equipment which are important for safety. These parts are marked by
in the Schematic Diagrams, Circuit Board Diagrams, Exploded View and Replacement Parts List, It is essential that
these critical parts should be replaced with manufacturer’s specified, parts to prevent shock, fire or other hazards, Do
not modify the original design without permission of manufacturer.

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2.2. Precaution of Laser Diode

CAUTION :
This product utilizes a laser diode with the unit turned “on”,
invisible laser radiation is emitted from the pick-up lens.
Wave length:770 to 800 nm (CDs)/645 to 660 nm (DVDs)
Maximum output radiation power from pick-up:100 μW/
VDE Laser radiation from the pick-up lens is safety level,
but be sure the followings:
1. Do not disassemble the optical pick-up unit, since
radiation from exposed laser diode is dangerous.
2. Do not adjust the variable resistor on the pick-up unit, it
was already adjusted.
3. Do not look at the focus lens using optical instruments.
4. Recommend not to look at pick-up lens for a long time.

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INVISIBLE LASER RADIATION WHEN OPEN


CAUTION
DO NOT STARE INTO BEAM.
SA-BTT405P Back of product
INVISIBLE LASER RADIATION WHEN OPEN
DANGER
AVOID DIRECT EXPOSURE TO THE BEAM.

SA-BTT405PH Back of product

CAUTION !
THIS PRODUCT UTILIZES A LASER.
USE OF CONTROLS OR ADJUSTMENTS OR PERFORMANCE OF PROCEDURES OTHER THAN
THOSE SPECIFIED HEREIN MAY RESULT IN HAZARDOUS RADIATION EXPOSURE.

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2.3. Static Electricity Protection Measures
• The laser diode in the traverse unit (optical pick-up) may break down due to potential difference caused by static electricity
of clothes or human body.
So, be careful of electrostatic breakdown during repair of the traverse unit (optical pick-up).

2.4. Ground for Electrostatic Breakdown Prevention


• As for parts that use optical pick-up (laser diode), the optical pick-up is destroyed by the static electricity of the working
environment.
Repair in the working environment that is grounded.

2.4.1. Work table grounding


• Put a conductive material (sheet) or steel sheet on the area where the traverse unit (optical pick-up) is placed, and ground
the sheet.

2.4.2. Human body grounding


• Use the anti-static wrist strap to discharge the static electricity from your body.

2.4.3. When exchanging the Drive


• Before remove the ESD prevention bag, make sure to use the anti-static wrist strap to discharge the static electricity when
replace the Drive.
Note:
The ESD prevention bag is used to replace the original short-circuit point.
It can be removed while placing the Drive.

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3 Service Navigation
3.1. Service Information
This service manual contains technical information, which allow service personnels to understand and service this model.
Please place orders with the numbers in the parts list and not the numbers in the explossion illustration.
If the circuit is changed or modified, the information will be followed by service manual to be controlled with original service
manual.
Note:
The replacement parts of this model is supplied as block unit.
Please use Troubleshooting Guide for your reference of the repair.

3.2. How to Update Firmware


The firmwareof the unit may be renewed to improve the quality including operational performance and playability.Make sure to
refer the following procedure when performing version-up.

3.2.1. Confirmation of the Firmware Version


Perform following steps to checking the firmware version currently installed in the unit.
1. Turn the unit on.
2. When the home screen is display,Select [Setup] → [Settings] → [System] → [System Information] → [Firmware
Version Information].
3. Firmware Version Information screen is displayed.

Occasionally, Panasonic may release updated


firmware for this unit that may add or improve the
way a feature operates. These updates are
available free of charge.
This unit is capable of checking the firmware
automatically when connected to the Internet via
a broadband connection.
When a new firmware version is available, the
following message is displayed.
Firmware Update
New Version: X.XX
Current Version: X.XX
3.2.2. Updating Firmware Do you want to start firmware update?
For the update information, please visit the
following website:
This unit has 2 updating methods, one way to update via the internet, the other way to update using
http://panasonic.net/support/ CD-R or USB device
which is stored pre-downloaded
firmware update file.
Yes No
≥ Refer to the owner’s manuals of the hub or router.
OK
≥ Do not use this unit to connect to any wireless network for
3.2.2.1. Updating Firmware via the Internet
which you do not have usage rights. RETURN

Using these networks may be regarded as illegal


access.
Occasionally, ≥Panasonic may release updated DO NOT DISCONNECT the unit from the AC
If you have trouble getting online on your PC after
firmware for thisperforming
unit thatnetwork
may add or improve
settings on this unit,the
perform the power or perform any operation while the update
network settings
way a feature operates. These on updates
your PC. are is in process.
≥ Please be aware that connecting to a network without After the firmware is installed, “FIn” will be
available free ofencryption
charge. may result in the leaking of data such as
pe displayed on the unit’s display. Unit will restart
This unit is capable of checking the firmware and the following screen will be displayed.
automatically when connected to the Internet via
* SSID:
An SSID (Service Set IDentification) is a name used by The firmware was updated.
a broadband connection.
wireless LAN to identify a particular network. Current Version: x.xx
When a new firmware version
Transmission is available,
is possible thematches for both
if the SSID
devices.
following message is displayed.
RETURN
Firmware Update
New Version: X.XX
Current Version: X.XX
Do you want to start firmware update?
For the update information, please visit the
following website:
http://panasonic.net/support/

Yes No
the hub or router.
OK
o any wireless network for
RETURN
ghts.
garded as illegal
DO NOT DISCONNECT the unit from the AC
e on your PC after
his unit, perform the power or perform any operation while the update
is in process.
g to a network without  7
After the firmware is installed, “FIn” will be
king of data such as
displayed on the unit’s display. Unit will restart
and the following screen will be displayed.
The firmware was updated.
3.2.2.2. Updating firmware using the USB device
When using the USB device to update the firmware.
(When using CD-R instead of USB device, perform same the procedures)
1.Download the latest firmware file of the unit.
The latest firmware required for version-up can be downloaded from “Support Information from NWBG/VDBG PAVC”web-
sitein “TSN system”.
Click file name to download.
After download, click file to decompress. (Total: 1 file).
2.Decompress the downloaded file.
The decompressed file will be named as follows.
File Name: PANA_HTS.FRM
Copy the file to root diretory of the USB device.
(If using CD-R instead of USB device, burn the file to a blank CD-R by a writing software.)
3.Update the unit.
1.Tunr the unit power on.
2. After the home screen is displayed and appears at LED display of the front panel,insert the USB device stored
downloaded latest firmware file to the front USB port of the unit(LED display change to ).(or insert the CD-R into
the unit and playback it.)
3.TV will show the firmware Update UI automatically and is displayed at LED display.

4.Wait for the firmware update.

5.when is displayed,update process is finished.


Remove the USB device (or the CD-R) and press the POWER button to turn the unit off.
6.Turn the unit on and the home screen appears the firmware update is completed.

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5.If the TV show the firmware update is complete ( is displayed at LED display).
Remove the USB device (or the CD-R) and press the POWER button to turn the unit off.

6.Turn the unit on and the home screen appears the firmware update is completed.

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Power consumption
Power Specifications
GENERAL
[BTT465] [BTT105]
supply Approx. 89AC W220 V
Approx. 46toW240 V,Reference
50 Hz [BTT465] Front Surround
SPEAKERWoofer SECTION
j 6.5
Full range
k1
Super
[BTT405] Centre
Subwoofer L CONE 16 6.5
Dimensions
Power consumption(WkHkD) in 430
Approx. mm k 322 mmFront
0.555Wmm kReference jTYPE 6.5 CONE jTYPEM1 k2
j
tweeter
Approx. 64 W
GENERAL
Specifications
standby mode Centre Surround
[BTT405] (cm)
j 6.5 (cm)
6.5 M2 Piezo k1type
4 Specifications
Power
Mass consumption L
[BTT105] [BTT465] Woofer Full range Super
Power supply Approx. 46Approx. AC W220 V 89toW
2.7 240 V, 50 Hz Surround
kg SPEAKER
Subwoofer
Front
Reference
[BTT465] SECTION
L CONE 16
j 6.5
TYPE CONE TYPE
6.5
j M1 j
k1
tweeter
Specifications
Dimensions
Power consumption
Power in(WkHkD)
consumption Approx. 0.5
[BTT405]
430 Wmm k
[BTT465]
[BTT105]
64 W
55 mm k 322 mm Subwoofer Centre
Front
[BTT105]
SPEAKER
16
SECTION
(cm)
j L 6.5
(cm) L k2
k1
Piezo type
GENERAL
standby mode
Approx. 2.6 kg Front
Surround
Centre j 6.5 k1
k2
Specifications
Mass Approx.
[BTT105] 89 W
[BTT465] [BTT405] [BTT465] Woofer Full range Super
Operating temperature [BTT405] 0 oC to 40 oCkg Subwoofer 16
PowerGENERAL
supply
range
AC 220 V Approx.
to 240
Approx.
V, 2.7
46 50 W Hz Front FrontSPEAKER Full
Surround CONE LTYPE SECTION
j 6.5
CONE
j TYPE 6.5
jtweeter
6.5 M1 j
k1
k1
Power consumption [BTT405] 64 W
[BTT105] Centre [BTT105] Woofer
Subwoofer
Centre (cm)
L 16
j range
(cm)
6.5 j
6.5
Super
Piezo M2 type k2 j
Power
Dimensions (WMHMD) consumption [BTT465]in
430 mm M[BTT105] Approx.
55 mm M 322 mm0.5 W Dimensions tweeter Mass
Operating humidity 35 W% to 80
Approx. 2.6% kgRH CONE TYPE CONE TYPE
Mass consumption
Power
Power range GENERAL
standby
consumption
mode Approx. 89Approx.
BTT405P:
[BTT465]
[BTT465] 46
(no condensation) W [BTT465] Front
SurroundSurround
[BTT405] L
(cm) (W j 6.5
j
(mm)kH
Woofer (mm)kD
(cm) FullPiezo
6.5
6.5
(mm))M1 k1 kg)
k1
(Approx.
rangetype Super
Operating temperature[BTT405] 0 oC to 40 oC Subwoofer j 16
Power supply Approx. Approx. 2.7 AC 220 V toW 240 V, 50 Hz Front Subwoofer Front
Subwoofer 16 CONE j 6.5
16 L CONE 6.5
jj k1 L j
k1
j
Power
range consumption
LASER Approx.
Approx.
Specification in 89 64 54W Wkg 1 0.5
Approx.
W
Class LASER Product [BTT465] [BTT465] TYPE TYPE tweeter
Centre Centre j (cm)
j 6.5 6.5
(cm) k2 k2
k1 2.7Piezo
Masstype
standby
Dimensionsmode [BTT405]
BTT405PH:
(WkHkD) [BTT105]
430 mm k 55 mm 322(CDs)/ [BTT105]
mmFront [BTT405]
Front
Power consumption
Operating humidity
[BTT405]
[BTT105] Wave
[BTT465]
35
length:
% to 80 % RH
790knm j 270 k1181 6.5k270
Dimensions
Approx.
Approx.
Approx. 2.6
64 64W Wkg220
W Surround
Front Surround j (W (mm)kH 6.5
6.5 k1
Mass supply Approx.
Power
range
46 Approx.
658
AC
[BTT465]
(no nm V 89toW240 V, 50
(DVDs)/405
condensation) nmHz (BDs)
Centre Front
[BTT465]
Centre jL 304 k87j 6.5k77 (mm)kD6.5 (mm))M10.7
k2 k1 kg)
(Approx.
Operating
Power temperature
consumption in [BTT105]
0Approx.
QC to 40 Laser
0.5W
[BTT405]
QC power: No hazardous Subwoofer
Subwoofer Subwoofer 16
16 16 j j j j
Power consumption
Dimensions in(WkHkD)
Approx. 46 0.5 Approx.
430 2.7 kg
W mm k 55 mm k 322 mmSurround Surround Centre
Front
[BTT465] j 83 k141 6.5 j k75L 6.5 L
k1 0.5 k2
k1
range mode
standby LASER Specification
mode Approx. W
Class
Approx.
radiation 1 64 LASERW Product
is emitted with the[BTT405] [BTT105]
standby [BTT405] [BTT105] Surround
Centre
Subwoofer
Front 156 j
270 k1181jk270 6.5 3.4 k1
k2
Power Mass
consumption Wave
safety
[BTT465]
[BTT105] length:
protection 790 nm (CDs)/ Subwoofer k290
16Dimensions k263 j 2.7
Mass
Power
Operating
Power humidity in
supply
supply
Approx.
ACBTT405P:AC
35 %220 to V0.5
80to658
W RH
Approx.
% 240nm 120V,2.6 kg 60
Hz Hz nm (BDs)
V,(DVDs)/405
50W Front Front
Subwoofer
Surround j 304 k87 j
16
j k776.5 6.5
j k1 0.7
6.5 k1
j
standby
range mode (no condensation)
BTT405PH:
Approx. 2.7
46 kg [BTT405] Centre
[BTT405] (W (mm)MH (mm)MD (mm)) (Approx. kg) k1
Operating temperature 0 oC topower:
Laser
[BTT405] 40 oC No hazardous
[BTT105] Centre [BTT105]
Subwoofer
Subwoofer j 83 k141 16
16 6.5 j k2 0.5 j
Dimensions (WkHkD)
Power consumption 430
AC220mm
in k
110~240V, 55 mm
Approx. k 0.5322 W mm Front Front
Surround j k75
6.5 j k1 j
Power
LASERsupplyrange
Specification AC 1VLASER
to 240 50/60
radiation V, Hz
50emitted
is Hz [BTT465]
with theSurround
Mass
Dimensions
AMPLIFIER
standby mode
(W x H humidity
x D) 430
Class
[BTT465]
430mm
SECTIONApprox. Product
2.6 kg
Centre
Front Front
[BTT405]
Centre
Subwoofer j 304
156
270 M1181 M270 k87j
k290 6.5
k77
k263
6.5
Dimensions 2.76.5 k1 0.7
3.4 k1
Mass
Dimensions (WkHkD)
Operating
Operating
Wave
temperature mmlength:kx0 55
35 55mm
safety
oCmm
% 790
toto40
xnm
k80 322mm
protection
322
oC%(CDs)/
mm
RH Subwoofer
j
16 83 j(mm)kD6.5
k2
j (Approx.
Approx.nm 2.7 kg220
Mass
Mass
Power supply
range
range
658
Approx.
[BTT465]
AC
(DVDs)/405
2.6kg
(no V to
condensation) nm240 Centre Subwoofer
V, 50 Hz Surround
(BDs) Front 304 M87
Surround
[BTT405] j M77(W k141 16
j 6.5
(mm)kH k75 0.7j k1 0.5
(mm)) j kg)
k1
[BTT405]
Laser [BTT105]
power: No hazardous [BTT105] Subwoofer
Centre j 6.5 k2
OperatingRMS TTL POWER
temperature
Dimensions 0 C1000
(WkHkD) o
Approx. to2.740 430Wo
kg Cmm1 k 55 mmProduct SurroundFront
k 322 mmSubwoofer [BTT465]83 M141 156
83 k141
16 M75 k290k75 j k263 0.5 j 3.4
0.5 Mass
LASER Specification
Approx. 2.6 Class
kg LASER Dimensions
range OUTPUT
Mass
AMPLIFIER
Operating humidity
[BTT465] radiation
[BTT405] 1 SECTION
is35
Wave
[BTT105]
kHz, 30
% to 80
emitted
[BTT465] % length:
total
% RH
with the
790
harmonicnm (CDs)/
Front
Subwoofer
distortion
[BTT105] Surround
Centre
Front
[BTT105] 156
j 304 k87
M290 270
(WM263 j k77
k1181
(mm)kH
6.5
k270
(mm)kD 3.46.5 k1 0.7
(mm)) 2.7 k1 kg)
(Approx.
Operatingrange
temperature Approx. 0safety 40 (no
oC to protection oCkgcondensation) Subwoofer 16 83 k141 j j 0.5
Operating humidity 35% to2.6 80%658
Approx. RH
nm (DVDs)/405
2.7 kg nm (BDs) Subwoofer
Front
Surround
Centre 304 16 k75 j 0.7 j
range LASER Specification FRONT: Class 1 LASER per ch (4 Front
167 WProduct [BTT405] [BTT465]
≠) j k87 6.5
k77 k1
range
Operating temperature 0 (no
oC to 40 Laser
condensation)
[BTT405] power:
[BTT105] No hazardous [BTT105]
Subwoofer
Surround 156
83 3.4
0.5
RMS TTL POWER 1000
% CENTRE:
oC W RHlength: 167790W (4nm Subwoofer Front 83 M141 Dimensions
16 k290
k141 k263
270 k1181jk270 0.5 Mass
k75 j 2.7
the Front
Wave ≠)
Operating
LASER humidity
Specification 35Class to 180LASER %
radiation
Approx. is emitted
2.6
Productkg W per with(CDs)/ M75
rangeAMPLIFIER SECTION
range OUTPUT [BTT465] SURROUND: 167 ch (4 ≠) Front (W (mm)kH304 j (mm)) 6.5 kg) k1
(no condensation)
1 kHz, 658 30nm
safety (DVDs)/405
%protection
total harmonic nm (BDs) Subwoofer
[BTT105]
Centre ≥Centre
distortion 304 M87 M77
The impedance of(mm)kD
156 k290
allk87
the k77k263 0.7
speakers (Approx.
is 4 ≠. 0.73.4
OperatingOperating
humidity temperature35Wave
% 55 to length:
80
Hz, 0% oCRH
Laser
30 to790nm(CDs)/
% 40 oCharmonic
power:
total No hazardous
distortion
[BTT465] Subwoofer Dimensions
Front
[BTT405]
Surround 83
83 k14116 k75
k75 jMass0.5 0.5 j
LASER Specification Class 1 LASER
FRONT: Product Surround 83(mm)kH
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4.1. Others (Licenses)

“AVCHD” is a trademark of Panasonic Corporation and Sony Copyright 2004-2013 Verance Corporation. CinaviaTM is a Verance
Corporation. Corporation trademark. Protected by U.S. Patent 7,369,677 and
worldwide patents issued and pending under license from Verance
Java is a registered trademark of Oracle and/or its affiliates. Corporation. All rights reserved.
Manufactured under license from Dolby Laboratories. This product incorporates the following software:
Dolby, Pro Logic, and the double-D symbol are trademarks of (1) the software developed independently by or for Panasonic
Dolby Laboratories. Corporation,
(2) the software owned by third party and licensed to Panasonic
For DTS patents, see http://patents.dts.com. Manufactured under
Corporation,
license from DTS Licensing Limited. DTS, DTS-HD, the Symbol, &
(3) the software licensed under the GNU General Public License,
DTS and the Symbol together are registered trademarks, and
Version 2.0 (GPL V2.0),
DTS-HD Master Audio | Essential is a trademark of DTS, Inc. ©
(4) the software licensed under the GNU LESSER General Public
DTS, Inc. All Rights Reserved.
License, Version 2.1 (LGPL V2.1), and/or
HDMI, the HDMI Logo, and High-Definition Multimedia Interface (5) open source software other than the software licensed under
are trademarks or registered trademarks of HDMI Licensing LLC in the GPL V2.0 and/or LGPL V2.1.
the United States and other countries. The software categorized as (3) - (5) are distributed in the hope
that it will be useful, but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY, without
This product is licensed under the AVC patent portfolio license and even the implied warranty of MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS
VC-1 patent portfolio license for the personal and non-commercial FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. Please refer to the detailed
use of a consumer to (i) encode video in compliance with the AVC terms and conditions thereof shown in the Settings menu.
Standard and VC-1 Standard (“AVC/VC-1 Video”) and/or (ii)
decode AVC/VC-1 Video that was encoded by a consumer At least three (3) years from delivery of this product, Panasonic will
engaged in a personal and non-commercial activity and/or was give to any third party who contacts us at the contact information
obtained from a video provider licensed to provide AVC/VC-1 provided below, for a charge no more than our cost of physically
Video. No license is granted or shall be implied for any other use. performing source code distribution, a complete machine-readable
Additional information may be obtained from MPEG LA, LLC. copy of the corresponding source code covered under GPL V2.0,
See http://www.mpegla.com. LGPL V2.1 or the other licenses with the obligation to do so, as
well as the respective copyright notice thereof.
MPEG Layer-3 audio coding technology licensed from Fraunhofer Contact Information: oss-cd-request@gg.jp.panasonic.com
IIS and Thomson. The source code and the copyright notice are also available for
free in our website below.
“DVD Logo” is a trademark of DVD Format/Logo Licensing
http://panasonic.net/avc/oss/theater/AWTHT14A.html
Corporation.
(1) MS/WMA
“Wi-Fi”, “Wi-Fi Protected Setup”, “WPA” and “WPA2” are marks or
This product is protected by certain intellectual property rights of
registered marks of the Wi-Fi Alliance.
Microsoft Corporation and third parties. Use or distribution of such
The Bluetooth® word mark and logos are owned by the Bluetooth technology outside of this product is prohibited without a license from
SIG, Inc. and any use of such marks by Panasonic Corporation is Microsoft or an authorized Microsoft subsidiary and third parties.
under license. (2) MS/PlayReady/Final Product Labeling
Other trademarks and trade names are those of their respective This product contains technology subject to certain intellectual
owners. property rights of Microsoft. Use or distribution of this technology
outside of this product is prohibited without the appropriate
Android is a trademark of Google Inc. license(s) from Microsoft.
(3) MS/PlayReady/End User Notices
Content owners use Microsoft PlayReady™ content access
technology to protect their intellectual property, including copyrighted
content. This device uses PlayReady technology to access
PlayReady-protected content and/or WMDRM-protected content. If
the device fails to properly enforce restrictions on content usage,
content owners may require Microsoft to revoke the device’s ability to
consume PlayReady-protected content. Revocation should not affect
unprotected content or content protected by other content access
technologies. Content owners may require you to upgrade PlayReady
to access their content. If you decline an upgrade, you will not be able
to access content that requires the upgrade.
(4) Vorbis, FLAC, WPA Supplicant
The software licenses are displayed when “License” in the Setup
menu is selected. (> 32)
Reference

(Inside of product)
VQT5F60
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 11
5 Location of Controls and Components
Control reference guide
1 Turn the unit on and off

Getting started
2 Select title numbers, etc./Enter numbers
3 Cancel
15 4 Select Bluetooth®/Enable pairing (> 21)
リワヱヶヵ 5 Select an audio or video source
1 モヷ 6 Basic playback control buttons (> 18)
7 Select preset radio stations (> 23)
8 Show the status messages (> 19)
2 9 Show Pop-up Menu/Top Menu (> 19)
16 10 [, , , ] : Move the highlight for selection
[OK] : Confirm the selection
3 17 () : Frame-by-frame (> 18)
4 モヶュリヰ
18 11 Show Option menu (> 25)
5 ヴユロユヤヵヰン リワヵユンワユヵ 19 12 Colored buttons (red, green, yellow, blue)
Used for various purposes depending on the
6 ヴユモンヤラ
ヱロモヺ ヴユモンヤラ
20 display
ヴレリヱ ヴロヰヸ ヴレリヱ
13 Set the sound effects (> 26)
7
ヱモヶヴユ
14 Set the sleep timer
ヴヵヰヱ ユヹリヵ
 Press [SLEEP].
8 21  While “SL ``” is displayed on the unit’s
display, press [SLEEP] several times to
ヶ 22 select the time (in minutes).
ワヶ
ヮユ

ユワ

ラヰ
ヱチ ヮ
ヵヰヱチ

9 p Timer selection is up to 120 minutes.


ヮチ ユ
ヱヰヱノヶ

23 p Select “OFF” on the unit’s display to disable


10 the function.
ンユヵヶンワ
p To confirm the remaining time
11 24 Press the button again.
12 15 TV operation buttons
[¦ TV]: Turn the TV on and off
13
ヤヤ ヴユヵヵリワヨヴ
25 [AV, INPUT]: Switch the input select
[K L VOL] : Adjust the volume
14 26
16 Adjust the volume of the main unit
17 Change audio (> 18)
18 Mute the sound
p “MUtE” flashes on the unit’s display, while
w Using the remote control the function is on.
Insert the batteries to the terminal so that it p To cancel, press the button again or adjust
(K and L) matches those in the remote control. the volume.
p Muting is canceled if the unit is turned off.
 19 Show the Home Screen of the Network
Service (> 24)
20 Select radio stations manually (> 23)
 21 Exit the Menu screen
22 Show NETFLIX screen (> 24)
R6/LR6, AA 23 Show HOME menu (> 16)
(Alkaline or manganese 24 Return to previous screen
batteries) 25 Show Setup menu (> 27)
26 Show Closed Caption setup screen (BTT405P)
Point it at the remote control signal sensor on this
(> 25, 29)
unit. (> 10)

VQT5F60
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 12
Main unit (Front)

10

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
1 Disc tray 6 Stop
2 Display 7 Start play
Unit’s display list 8 USB port
3 Remote control signal sensor 9 Standby/on switch (¦/I)
Distance: Within approx. 7 m (23 feet). Press to switch the unit from on to standby
Angle: Approx. 20G up and down, 30G left and right mode or vice versa. In standby mode, the unit
4 Open or close the disc tray is still consuming a small amount of power.
5 Adjust the volume of the main unit 10 NFC touch area

Main unit (Rear)

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

1 AC IN terminal 5 LAN port


2 Speaker terminals 6 HDMI AV OUT (ARC) terminal
3 Cooling fan 7 DIGITAL AUDIO IN terminal
4 AUX terminal 8 FM radio antenna terminal

10 VQT5F60

 13
6 Installation Instructions
Turn off all equipment before connection and read the appropriate operating instructions.
Do not connect the AC power supply cord until all other connections are completed.

6.1. Speaker Connection


Connect the speaker cables to the terminals of the same color.

6.2. Connection to a TV

6.3. FM Antenna Connection

 14
7 Operating Instruction
7.1. Take out the Disc from Drive Unit when the Disc cannot be ejected by the
OPEN/CLOSE button
7.1.1. Forcible Disc Eject.

7.1.2. When the Disc Eject can not be done.


1. Turn off the power and pull out AC cord.
2. Put the unit upside down so that bottom can be seen.
3. Insert the paper clip into the slot and slide the gear in the direction of the arrow to eject the tray slightly.

4. Pull the unit upward, and pull out the tray.

Tray

 15
8 Multiple Pressing Function
88.1. Multiple Pressing Function
About the Multiple Pressing of the Unit’s Remote Control
The remote control which included this unit is possible pressing multiple buttons simultaneously (Multiple Pressing function),
8.1. About the Multiple Pressing of the Unit’s Remote Control
andcan operate for the customer’s initial settings and the Service Mode, etc.
The remote
The control
Multiple which
Pressing included
function thisavailable
is not unit is possible pressing models’
for conventional multiple remote
buttonscontrol.
simultaneously (Multiple
Use the remote Pressing
control function),
included this and
can operate for the customer’s initial settings and the Service Mode, etc.
unit.
The Multiple Pressing function is not available for conventional models’ remote control. Use the remote control included this unit.
8.2. How
8.2. How to to enter
enterthe theSpecial
SpecialModes Modesusing using the
the Multiple
Multiple Pressing
Pressing Function of of
Function
the Unit’s Remote Control
thetheUnit’s
For pressing Remote
multiple buttons Control
of the remote control, this unit can be entering each of the following special modes.
For pressing
After theeach
entering multiple
mode,buttons of the
and then goremote control,
to the menu youthis unit
want tocan
run.be entering each of the following special modes.
After entering each mode, and then go to the menu you want to run.

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16
8.2.1. Open Mode (Remote Cont. Buttons: [OK] [Yellow] [Blue]).
8.2.1. Open Mode (Remote Cont. Buttons: [OK] [Yellow] [Blue])

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8.2.2. Privately
8.2.2.
8.2.2. PrivatelyMode
Privately Mode1 11
Mode (Remote Cont.
(Remote
(Remote Buttons:
Cont.
Cont. [6] [6]
Buttons:
Buttons: [7] [7]
[6] [Yellow]).
[7] [Yellow])
[Yellow])

8.2.3.
8.2.3. Privately
8.2.3. Privately Mode
Mode2 22
PrivatelyMode (Remote
(Remote Cont.
Cont.
(Remote Buttons:
Buttons:
Cont. [5] [5]
Buttons: [9] [9]
[5] [9] [Red])
[Red]).
[Red])

18
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18
9 Service Mode
9.1. About the Service Mode
Informations necessary for service can be displayed.
9.1.1. How to enter the Service Mode.

9.1.2. How to exit the Service Mode.


Press and hold the [Power] button (remote control or unit).
•The Service Mode is terminated and automatically turns the unit off.

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9.2. Service Mode List
The display of information to each command is as follows.
Note:
Do not use it excluding the designated command.

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9.3. Self-Diagnostics Functions

9.3.1. Self-Diagnostics Functions.


Self-Diagnosis Function provides information for errors to service personnel by Self-Diagnosis Display when any error has
occurred.
U** , H** and F** are stored in memory and held.
You can check last error code by transmitting [0] [1] of Remote Control in Service Mode.
Automatic Display on FL will be cancelled when the power is turned off or AC input is turned off during self-diagnosis display is
ON.

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10 Troubleshooting Guide

10.1. About Operation of Set


The page number in this chapter does not show the page number of this service manual.

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If your wireless network is encrypted; http://panasonic.net/support/

Enter your encryption key (password). Firmware updates


Yes No
theYou
≥ Refer to ≥ can switch
owner’s manuals between
of the capital and lower case
hub or router. Occasionally, Panasonic may release updated
OK
10.2. After Servicing
≥ Do not useletters
this unit bytopressing
connectthe
which you do not have usage rights.
“Shift”
to any key. network for
wireless firmware for this unit that may add or improve the
RETURN
way a feature operates. These updates are
Using these Encryption
networks may be regarded as illegal
Key (Password)
available free of charge.
access. l
(*a)
DO NOT DISCONNECT the unit from the AC
≥ If you have trouble getting online on your PC after
performing network After
Shift 1 2 Service
settings 3 4 5 6 7 8
on this unit, 9 0
perform the
Delete power Start
This unit is capable of checking
or perform any operation the firmware
while the update
automatically when connected to the Internet via
network settings on your PC. Finish
is in process.
a broadband connection.
≥ Please be aware that connecting to a network without .
After
When the
a newfirmware
firmwareis installed,
version “FIn” will
is available, the be
encryption may result in the leaking of data @ such
* # as
personal or secret information.
Space
/ : ~ _ - , ; ` “
displayed on theisunit’s
following message display. Unit will restart
displayed.
Symbols Alphanumeric Other Characters and the followingFirmware
screen
Updatewill be displayed.
* SSID:
SetFirmware 
New Version: X.XX
An SSIDUpdating
(Service
OK
RETURN
IDentification) (*a)and
is a name used by
'PVGT
ECUGUGPUKVKXG
The firmware
Current was
Version: X.XX updated.
wireless LAN to identify a particular network. DoCurrent
you want Version : x.xxupdate?
deleting e rror code  (*b)
Transmission is possible if the SSID matches for both
to start firmware
Remove the Power
For the update information, please visit the
devices. following website:
Cable and reInsert it
http://panasonic.net/support/ Refer to Other Sympto
after 10RETURN
secNo check the (See next pages)
≥ Refer to the owner’s manuals of the hub or router.
Yes
Symptom? NG
OK
≥ Do not use this unit to connect to any wireless network for
RETURN
which you do not have usage rights.
Using these networks may be regarded as illegal
END DO If NOT DISCONNECT on thisthe unit from
or the
thisAC
access.
≥ If you have trouble getting online on your PC after ≥ downloading unit fails unit is not
performing network settings on this unit, perform the power or perform
connected anyInternet,
to the operation thenwhile
youthecanupdate
download the
network settings on your PC. is latest
in process.
firmware from the following website and burn it
≥ Please be aware that connecting to a network without to athe
After CD-R to update
firmware the firmware.
is installed, “FIn” will be
encryption may result in the leaking of data such as
(*a) http://panasonic.jp/support/global/cs/
displayed on the unit’s display. Unit will restart
personal or secret information.
and(This
the site is in English
following screen will only.)
be displayed.
Refer to P7 3.3 To show the firmware No Symptom
version on this unit. (> 32,
* SSID:
How to Update Firmware
An SSID (Service Set IDentification) is a name used by “Firmware Version
The firmware Information”)
was updated.
: x.xx
wireless LAN to identify a particular network. Current Version
≥ Downloading will require several minutes. It may take
Transmission is possible if the SSID matches for both
devices. longer or may not work properly depending on the
connection environment.
≥ If you do not want to check RETURN for the latest firmware version,
set “Automatic Update Check” to “Off”. (> 32)

(*b)
≥ If downloading on this unit fails or this unit is not
1.Power on. connected to the Internet, then you can download the
2. Press [5][9] and [red] on remote controllatest firmware from the following website and burn it
to a CD-R to update the firmware.
simultaneously for more than 5 sec. http://panasonic.jp/support/global/cs/
3.[70RET] appears on LED display. (This site is in English only.)
To show the firmware version on this unit. (> 32,
4.Press [ ] on remote control . “Firmware Version Information”)
≥ Downloading will require several minutes. It may take
5.[80RET]  appears on LED display. longer or may not work properly depending on the
6.Press  [OK] on remote control  connection environment.
≥ If you do not want to check for the latest firmware version,
7 Wait for about 30 sec
7.Wait for about 30 sec. set “Automatic Update Check” to “Off”. (> 32)

14 VQT5F60
8.[SERV]]  appears on LED display.
9.Press  [9][9] on remote control .
10.Error code be delelted .
11.Press and hold  [Power] on (remote control
About Circuit
or unit) and exit the service mode.

After Service14 VQT5F60


Start

Updating Firmware  (*a)and


deleting error code (*b) Remove the Power
Cable and reInsert it Refer to Other Symptom
after 10 sec check the (See next pages)
Symptom? NG

END

(*a)
Refer to P7 3.3 No Symptom
How to Update Firmware

(*b)  23
1.Power on.
2. Press [5][9] and [red] on remote control
simultaneously for more than 5 sec.
3.[70RET] appears on LED display.
Symptom -1 Symptom -2
Symptom -1 VOLTAGE DATA(measurement value)
No power Disc Tray Can not OPEN or CLOSE
. REF.NO. PIN NO. XP10
1 -

*1 2 GND
Check AC inlet unit. Exchange the Check the
(cutting or damage…etc.) AC inlet unit 3 GND
NG OPEN/CLOSE SW. Exchange the
7 feeling ...etc.)
(Break or click 1 4NG GND
Front P.C.B.

OK 5 25.6V
6 25.6V
Check the AC cord. Exchange the OK 7 25.6V
(cutting or damage…etc.) NG AC cord

OK
REF.NO.
Check the Front Panel PIN NO. XP9
(Broken ...etc.) Exchange Front Panel
Check the
Power supply P.C.B. is Exchange the 1NG 3.3V
Fuse-resistor(F501) broken? Power supply P.C.B.
NG 2 3.3V

OK 3 1.7V
OK
4 PIO9
Check the 5 PIO11
Exchange the
Digital P.C.B. connector
NG Power supply P.C.B. 6 PIO13
voltage *1
voltage.*1 Check the Digital P.C.B.
PCB Exchange the
connector XP4 voltage.*3 Digital P.C.B.
7NG GND
OK
8 3.3V

Check the 9 GND


Digital P.C.B. connector Exchange the
voltage.*2 NG Digital P.C.B. OK 10 3.3V
*2 11 0V
OK
12 0V
Exchange the Mechanism unit13 3.3V
Check the FFC Exchange the FFC
NG
14 3.3V
15 3.3V
OK
16 3.3V
Exchange the Front  P.C.B. 17 3.3V
18 11.9V
CHECK POINT LOCATION
19 GND
F501 *1 FFC *2 20 BT_L
21 GND
22 BT_R
23 GND
24 NFC_FD

24

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Symptom -2

Disc Tray Can not OPEN or CLOSE


.

Exchange the Check the


tc.) AC inlet unt OPEN/CLOSE SW.
NG Exchange the
(Break or click feeling ...etc.) Front P.C.B.
NG

Exchange the OK
tc.) NG AC cord

Check the Front Panel


(Broken ...etc.) Exchange Front Panel
. is NG
Exchange the
oken? Power supply P.C.B.
NG

OK

Exchange the
tor
NG Power supply P.C.B.
Check the Digital P.C.B.
PCB Exchange the
connector XP4 voltage.*3 Digital P.C.B.
NG

ctor Exchange the


NG Digital P.C.B. OK

Exchange the Mechanism unit


Exchange the FFC
NG

CHECK POINT LOCATION


VOLTAGE DATA (measurement value)
P.C.B.
REF.NO. PIN NO. XP4
*3 1 5.2V
2 3.4V
3 GND
4 3.2V

*3*3

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Symptom-3-3
Symptom SymptomVOLTAGE
-4 DATA (measurement value)

REF.NO.
Remote Control does notPIN NO.
work XP9
No LED Display/Keys does not work
1 3.3V
2 3.3V
3 1.7V
4 PIO9
Check the battery of Exchange the
Check the Digital P.C.B. Exchange the the Remote Control 5 PIO11
battery
connector XP9 voltage.*2 NG
Digital P.C.B.
NG 6 PIO13
7 GND
8 3.3V
OK
OK
9 GND
10 3.3V
Exchange the Front P.C.B. *2
11 0V
Check the Digital P.C.B. Exchange the
connector XP9 voltage.*212 0V P.C.B.
Digital
NG
13 3.3V
14 3.3V
CHECK POINT LOCATION 15 3.3V

*2 OK 16 3.3V
17 3.3V
18 11.9V
Exchange the 19 GND
Front P.C.B.
20 BT_L
21 GND
22 BT_R
23 GND
24 NFC_FD

24

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Symptom -4 VOLTAGE DATA (measurement value)
REF.NO. PIN NO. XP9
Remote Control does not work
1 3.3V
2 3.3V
3 1.7V
4 PIO9
Check the battery of Exchange the
ange the the Remote Control 5 PIO11
NG battery
l P.C.B.
6 PIO13
7 GND

OK 8 3.3V
9 GND
10 3.3V
*2
11 0V
Check the Digital P.C.B. Exchange the
connector XP9 voltage.*2 Digital P.C.B. 12 0V
NG
13 3.3V
14 3.3V
15 3.3V
OK
16 3.3V
17 3.3V

Exchange the 18 11.9V


Front P.C.B. 19 GND
20 BT_L
21 GND
22 BT_R
23 GND
CHECK POINT LOCATION
24 NFC_FD
*2

24

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Symptom -5 Symptom -6

No Picture No Sound

Check the Input Source Choose Correct Source Check the Connection reconnect correctly
NG NG

OK
OK

Check the Setup Check the Speaker Box Exchange the Speaker Box
Setup Deepclolor and
of HOME menu Progressive off ((*c)
c) NG
NG

OK

OK

Check the Fan Operation Exchange the fan


NG
Check the HDMI Cable Exchange the HDMI Cable
NG
OK

OK Exchange theDigital P.C.B.

Exchange the Digital P.C.B.


.

*(c)

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Symptom -7 Symptom -8

NFC Error Bluetooth Error

Reset Bluetooth
Check the NFC P.C.B NG from Setup Menu Setup Correct
Exchange the OK
Front PCB Connetor *4
Voltage waveform( *d ) NFC P.C.B.
NG

OK
NG
Check the FFC Exchange the FFC

NG
Check the FFC Exchange the FFC OK

OK NG
Check the Front P.C.B Exchange the
Front P.C.B
Check the NG Exchange the
Front P.C.B Front P.C.B OK

OK Exchange the Digital P.C.B.

Exchange the
Digital P.C.B.

CHECK POINT LOCATION


FFC

*4

(*d)

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Symptom -9
Can not play disc

Change to other OK
discs and try Disc error
playback again

NG

Check the the NG Exchange the


Mechanism unit Mechanism unit

OK

Exchange the
Digital P.C.B.

Symptom -10
Fan does not work

Set the VOL to 100 Fan is OK


OK

NG

Check the voltage of


Exchange the fan
XP29.1: ≥11V? OK

NG

Exchange the
Digital P.C.B.

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11 Wiring Connection and Voltage Data
45 ARC IN OPTICAL IN HDMI OUT LAN SUB FL FR CEN SL SR 7 7

PVDD(25.5V)

PPLY
POWER SUPPLY
P11
XP11
PVDD(25.5V)
PVDD(25.5V)

P.C.B.
XP7

XP1
Source Switch1 Power Stage Power Stage Power Stage GND
Crystal
74LVC1G3157 TI5342A TI5342A TI5342A GND
27M
GND 4

P
PCON

1
1 1

Audio Processor
1 TAS5538DGG 1 USB_VCCF
4

XS1
TPIC_COMMON USBP1

XP6
TPIC_U USBM1
MPEG DECODER

*6
KEY*6
TPIC_V GND 5
MT8561 4 1
TPIC_W MOTOR
XP5

DRIVER
MGND DDR3 BT_AUDIO_EN
1
TPIC2060 1
TPIC_B+ 1 1GbX1 BT_STATUS
A
TPIC_B- BT_RESET
_
TPIC_A+
2GbX1 PIO9

ER
LED DRIVER
ay
LED Display
MECHANISM TPIC_A-
Crystal
C t l PIO11
UNIT 12M
PIO13
9 GND
BT_3V3
GND
CE FLASH
ADC 3.3V_STBY_MCU
C 2Gb V CLK
V_CLK

1
XP1
9
XP9
V_DATA

IR
MCU V_STB

STM08S005C6 IR_IN 6
1 POWER
TPIC_LOAD- PLAY/PAUSE
XP4

USB
TPIC_LOAD+ OPEN/CLOSE
MGND Source Switch2 +12V_D
2
TPIC_TRAYIN#
74HC4052 GND
BT_L
4
GND

BTM8630
ROM BT
BT_R

BTM8
GND

TUNER FM AUX 24
NFC_FD 2
3 7
1 XP29 2 1 XP3 2

DIGITAL P.C.B. FRONT P.C.B.


FAN_VCC GND
NFC GND
FAN 2 XP4 1

NFC P.C.B.

6
1
4

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VOLTAGE DATA (measurement value)

1 PIN NO. VALUE 4 PIN NO. VALUE 6 PIN NO. VALUE


1 - 1 (See Fig. 2) 1 3.3V
2 - 2 GND 2 3.3V
XP7
XP5 3 - 3 GND 3 1.7V
1 7
4 - 4 GND 4 -
5 GND 5 25.6V 5 -
6 - 6 25.6V 6 -
7 - 7 25.6V 7 GND
8 - 8 3.4V
9 - 5 PIN NO. VALUE 9 GND
1 5.1V 10 3.4V
XP6 XP9
2 PIN NO. VALUE 2 0V 11 0V
1 5.3V 3 0V 12 0V
XP4
2 3.5V 4 GND 13 3.3V
3 GND 14 3.4V
7 PIN NO. VALUE 15 3.4V
4 (See Fig. 1)
XP3 1 (See Fig. 3) 16 3.4V
2 GND 17 3.4V
3 PIN NO. VALUE
XP29 1 11.0V 18 11.9V
2 GND 19 GND
20 -
21 GND
22 -
23 -
24 -
24

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12 Disassembly and Assembly Instructions
12.1. Disassembly Flow Chart
The following chart is the procedure of disassembling the casing and inside parts for internal inspection when carrying out the
servicing.
To assemble the unit, reverse the steps shown in the chart below.

12.2. P.C.B. Positions

Mechanism Unit

Digital P.C.B.

Front P.C.B.
Power Supply P.C.B.
NFC P.C.B.

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12.3. Disassembly Procedure 12.3.2.2. Front Panel Unit
12.3. 12.3.
Disassembly Procedure
Disassembly Procedure 12.3.2.2.
Detach Front
1.12.3.2.2. leadPanel
theFrontwires
Panel Unit
fixed at hooking part of the Body
Unit
12.3.1. Top Panel Chassis.
1. Detach the lead wires fixed at hooking part of the Body
1. Remove12.3.1.
the 6 screwsTop(A).Panel 1.Disconnect
2. Remove theconnector
the
Chassis. connector(A) (A)and
andflex
FFC cable.
(A).
12.3.1.
2. Slide TopTop
PanelPanel
1. Remove the 6 screws (A).
rearward and open the both ends at rear 2.Unlock
2. 5 tabs
Remove (A)
the - (E)
connectorturn.
3. Unlock 5 tabs (A) - (E) turn. (A) and flex (A).
Slide Top Panel rearward and open the both ends at rear 3.Pull3.the Front Panel
(A) in theturn.
direction of your side.
side of the 2.
Top Panel a little and lift the Top Panel in the Unlock 5 tabs - (E)
Pull with the Front Panel Unit in the direction of (1).
1.Remove 6 Screws (A).
side of the Top Panel a little and lift the Top Panel in the Pull with the Front Panel Unit in the direction of (1).
direction of the arrows.
direction
2.Open the both endsofatthe
thearrows.
rear side of the Top Panel in
Connector(A)
the direction of arrow (1), then pull up the top panel in the
Tab(B)
direction of arrow (2) to remove it. FFC
Tab(A)
Screw (A) Top Panel
(1)

(2)

Front Panel

Screw (A) Tab(E)


12.3.2. Front Panel Unit (1)
Screw (A)
12.3.2.1. Tray Ornament
12.3.2. Front Panel Unit
1. Insert paper clips, etc. into the hole on the bottom of the
12.3.2. Front
12.3.2.1. Panel
main unit, andUnit
Tray Ornament
slide the lever in the direction of (1) to eject
the disc tray slightly.
1. Insert paper2. clips,
Unlocketc. intoturn,
the hole on the bottom of the
12.3.2.1. Tray Ornament
2 tabs
main unit, andPullslide
the the
Traylever in theindirection
Ornament of(2).
direction of (1) to eject
the discpaper
1.Insert tray slightly.
clips, etc. into the hole on the unit bottom,
2. Unlock 2 tabs
then slide theturn,
gear in the direction of arrow (1) to eject the
traythe
Pull slightly.
Tray Ornament in direction of (2).
2.Unlock 2 tabs.
3.Pull the Tray Ornament in direction of arrow (2).

12.3.3. Front P.C.B. Unit / NFC P.C.B. Unit


1. Remove the 5 screws (A).
2. Remove the 2 Metal Plates.
Paper clip,etc. Disc Tray
12.3.3. Front
12.3.3. FrontP.C.B.Unit
P.C.B. Unitand NFC
/ NFC P.C.BUnit
P.C.B. Unit
1. Removethe
1.Remove the55Screws
screws(A).
(A).
2. Removethe
2.Remove the22Metal
MetalPlates
Plates..
(1)

Tray Ornament 3. Pull out the Front P.C.B. Unit,


then remove the connector (A).
(2)

3. Pull out the Front P.C.B. Unit,


Tab
363.Pull
thenout the Front
remove the P.C.B. Unit,(A).
connector
Disc Tray then remove the connector (A).

36

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4. Pull out the NFC P.C.B. Unit.
4. Pull out the NFC P.C.B. Unit.. 12.3.4.Body
12.3.4. Body Chassis
Chassis
1. Detach the lead wires fixed at hooking part of the Body
1.Detach the lead wires fixed at hooking part of the Body
Chassis.
Chassis.
2. Remove the 3 screws (A) and remove the Body Chassis.
2.Remove 3 Screws (A) to remove the Body Chassis

Screw (A)

Body Chassis

Screw (A)

Hooking part

13.3.5. Power Supply P.C.B.Unit


1.Disconnect the connector (A) and connect (B).
12.3.5. the
2.Remove 4 screws
Power (A), thenP.C.B.
Supply remove Unit
the Power Supply
P.C.B. Unit.
1. Remove the connector (A) and (B).
2. Remove the 2 screws (A), then remove the Power Supply
P.C.B. Unit. Screw (A)

Connector (A)

Screw (A)

Power Supply P.C.B. Connector (B)


Screw (A)

37
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12.3.6. Fan Motor Unit 12.3.7. Digital P.C.B. Unit
1. Remove theMotor
12.3.6. 2 screws (A).
12.3.6.Fan
Fan MotorUnit Unit
2. Remove the 2 screws (A), then remove the Fan Motor
12.3.7. DigitalP.C.B.Unit
12.3.7. Digital P.C.B. Unit
1. Remove the 2 screws (A).
Unit in directon
1. Remove of(A).
(1).
2. Remove2the Screws
2 screws (A), then remove the Fan Motor
2. Then remove
Unit in theofFan
directon (1).Motor Unit in directon of (1).

Screw (A) 1. Remove the 4 screws (A) and screw (B).


2. Remove the connector (A) and flex (A).
1. Remove
1. Removethethe
4 Screws (A).and
4 screws (A) andScrew
screw(B).
(B).
3. Remove the flex (B), and isolate it with an ESD
2. Disconnect 2 FFC cabels and connector
2. Remove the connector (A) and flex (A). (A) .
Connector (A) prevention bag (RPFC0114).
3. Remove the FFC (B), and isolate it with an
3. Remove the flex (B), and isolate it with an ESD prevention
ESD
4. Remove the 3 screws (C) and remove the Digital P.C.B.
bagprevention
(RPFC0114).bag (RPFC0114).
Fan Motor Unit Unit.
4. Remove
4. Removethe the
3 Screws (C) (C)
3 screws to remove it.
and remove the Digital P.C.B.
Unit.
(1)

FFC(B)
Connector(A)
FFC(A)
Screw (C) Digital P.C.B.

Screw (C)

12.3.9. AC
1. Cut the ca
2. Detach th
FFC(B) 3. Remove t
4. Unlock th

38

38
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12.3.8. Mechanism Unit


12.3.8. Mechanism
12.3.7. Unit
Digital P.C.B. Unit 12.3.9. AC Inlet Unit
1.Press tab (A) on the AC cord connector simultaneously
Motor
in the direction of arrows to pull the AC cord out from the
Back Panel.

AC Inlet Unit

1. Remove the 4 screws (A) and screw (B).


2. Remove the connector (A) and flex (A).
1.Remove the 2 screws (A) then remove the Mechanism
3. Remove the flex (B), and isolate it with an ESD
Unit.
prevention bag (RPFC0114).
(When assembling, first set the Mechanism unit to tabs (A)
4. Remove the 3 screws (C) and remove the Digital P.C.B.
then tighten the 2 screws (A).
Unit. Tab (A)

Screw (A)

Mechanism Unit

Tab (A)

38  37
13 Measurements and Adjustments

13.1. When Replacing the Mechanism Unit and/or Digital P.C.B. Unit
When replacing the mechanism unit, Digital P.C.B. Unit or both, the drive adjustment is required. The adjustment is performs
reading QR coded adjustment value by web camera and writing the value to Digital P.C.B. Unit.

There are 2 method for adjustment value writing:


(1) Using PC: "Using PC Method"
Set the adjustment value to memory on the Digital P.C.B.Unit using writing software on PC.
(2) Using Remote Control (supplied with the unit): "Using Remote Control Method".
Set the adjustment value to memory on the Digital P.C.B.Unit using the Remote Control.

13.1.1. List of Service Tools


13.1.1.1. Adjustment/Inspection Tools for Using PC method
No. Part No. Uses Pcs Compatibility
Serial Card (PC - Main Unit)
1 RFKZ0139 1 Same as previous model
(for using PC method)
Conversion Cable (6P - 4P Connector)
2 RFKZ0602 1 Same as previous model
(for using PC method)

*The above parts are supplied by AVC-CSC-SPC.

13.1.1.2. Commercial Tools Required for both methods


No. Part No. Uses Pcs Compatibility

1 - PC 1 -
Web camera • Web camera of 300,000 pixels or more
(For reading the QR code label pasted to the that closeup photography is possible up to
back of the mechanism unit) several centimeters (It is enough usually by
300,000 pixels).
Recommended Web camera: The focus function recommends manual.
Logitech Webcam C200 • It recognizes it automatically only by the
(The same camera as using to read QR code connection to PC.
of Mountbox unit for DSLM(Digital Single Lens Web Camera for USB video class (UVC) that
Mirrorless) doesn’t need special device driver.
A lot of marketed commodities correspond to
2 - 1
the USB video class.

13.1.1.3.Preparation
Before starting the adjustment, install the software for adjustment (QR code reading software for Web camera and the
software for the code writing to Digital P.C.B.).
Note:
The adjustment software can be downloaded from “Support Information from NWBG/VDBG-AVC” web-site in“TSN
system”,together with instructions of “Adjustment Software” including preparations and connections etc.

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13.1.2. Using PC method 4. Click file name (Rpower_2.9.71(KEM480)_for Pana) and
1. Set the serial card (RFKZ0139) switch to “OFF” position, Execute Adjustment Software (FERpower.exe) on PC.
then connect to PC’s serial port.

5. Set ComPort matching to the available PC Port No..

2. Connect the web camera to PC.


3. Connect the serial card to 4-pin serial port connector on
the Digital P.C.B. Unit via 6p-4p conversion cable
(RFKZ0602).

6. Execute QR Reader software.

7. After staring up, select “ALL” from the pull-down menu.

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8. Click “QR Reader” button. 10. Turn on the Main Unit.
11. Select QR code and copy by using “CTRL” + “C” and then
paste to “Bar Code” field by using “CTRL” + “V”.
Then click “Write (F2)” button.

9. Read QR code on the Mechanism Unit bottom side.

12. Check “PASS” is lit green, then it’s OK.


(“PASS” is displayed about 1 second. Don’t miss “PASS”
display. )

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13. NG example (NG is lit red) 13.1.3. Using Remote control Method
• ComPort setting is wrong. • Perform the Step 6 to Step 10 of “13.1.2. Using PC Method”
(ComPort No. selection is wrong and/or Baud Rate to read QR code of Mechanism Unit. Or read QR code using
selection is wrong.) smartphone’s QR code reader.

1. Connect the Main Unit to TV, then turn the Main Unit on.
2. After start up, make the Main Unit go to the Setting UI
using Remote Control.

14. NG example (NG is lit red)


• Main unit is not turned on. 3. Press “5” “1” “7” “7” “OK” key of Remote Control,
the FA mode screen is displayed.

4. Press down cursor key of Remote Control 5 times to


select “[6] Repair Service”, then press “OK” key.

15. Set correct settings and start over the adjustment.


16. “PASS” is displayed, then turns the Main Unit OFF then
ON. The drive adjustment is completed.

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5. Press cursor key to select “Enter 1D barcode by
remotecon...”, then press “OK” key.

6. “Input 1D barcode data” screen is displayed. Pressing


cursor key to select character, then pressing “OK” key to
decide and enter selected character.
If entering 64 character of barcode finished, press
“RETURN” key to finish key in, then press “OK” key to
save inputs.
• To Cancel Adjustment / Return to Settings Screen:
Press “STOP” key.

7. When the drive adjustment is completed, “Pass” is


displayed. Press “STOP” key twice, the screen is return to
Settings screen.

• If the drive adjustment is failed, “Fail” is displayed.

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13.2. When replacing the Front P.C.B. Unit and/or NFC P.C.B. Unit

When replacing the Front P.C.B. Unit, NFC P.C.B. Unit or both, the MAC address of bluetooth module on Front P.C.B. Unit
13.2. When
registration Replacing
to NFC tag on NFC P.C.B. the FronttheP.C.B.
Unit. Perform following Unit and/or
procedures NFC P.C.B. Unit
to register.
(In thisreplacing
When manual, the
the Front
screenshots are using
P.C.B. Unit, NFC of Android
P.C.B. Unit4.4.2..The display
or both, the may varyofdepending
MAC address on the version
bluetooth module of P.C.B.
on Front Android.)
Unit
registration to NFC tag on NFC P.C.B. Unit. Perform the following procedures to register.
13.2.1.
(In this manual, List of Service
the screenshots areTools
using of Android 4.4.2.. The display may vary depending on the version of Android.)

13.2. When Commercial


13.2.1.1. Replacing the Front
Tools P.C.B. Unit and/or NFC P.C.B. Unit
Required
When13.2.1. List
replacing the ofP.C.B.
Front Service Tools
Unit, NFC P.C.B. Unit or both, the MAC address of bluetooth module on Front P.C.B. Unit
registration to NFC tag on NFC P.C.B. Unit. Perform the following procedures to register.
13.2.1.1. Commercial No.
(In this manual, the screenshots
Tools
Part
are usingNo. Required
of Android 4.4.2.. TheUses Pcs.
display may vary depending Compatibility
on the version of Android.)

1 - NFC compatible Android device 1 Android 4.1 or higher


No. Part No. Uses Pcs. Compatibility
13.2.1. List of Service
1 Tools
- NFC compatible Android device 1 Android 4.1 or higher

13.2.1.1. Commercial
13.2.1.2.
13.3.1.2. Setting Tools Required
Software
Tag writer Installation
Software Installation 3. Confirming message is displayed, tap [OK].
Preparation: Checkmark is added to [Unknown sources.]
Before starting
No. thePart
adjustment,
No. download theUsesNFC tag Pcs. Compatibility
Preparation:
writing software
1 (NFCWriter_apk_V1.3_20140226.apk)
- NFC compatible Android device 1 Android 4.1 or higher
from
Download
“SupportNFC tag writer
Information software (TCL BT TAG
from NWBG/VDBG-AVC” 3. When below confirming information appears, tap [OK].
13.2.1.2. Setting
in “TSNSoftware
writerV1.4.apk)
web-site from “Support
system”, andInstallation
Information
send from NWBG/
the downloaded APK 3. Confirming
Make suremessage is displayed,
the [Unknown sources]tap [OK].checked.
being
Preparation:VDBG-AVC”
file web-siteAndroid
to NFC compatible in “TSN system”, then send it to
device. Checkmark is added to [Unknown sources.]
Before starting
NFC
There is athe adjustment,
compatible
method such asdownload
Android device.
send the NFC
as You
emailcan tag it as an
send
attachments.
writingattachment
software (NFCWriter_apk_V1.3_20140226.apk)
by email or other methods.
from1.1.
“Support
Open
Openthe Information
the [Settings]from
[Settings] screen
screen NWBG/VDBG-AVC”
ofAndroid
of the Android
device,device, then
then tap
web-site tapin[Security]
“TSN to
system”,open andthe [Security]
send
[Security] to open the [Security] screen.the screen.
downloaded APK
2. NFC
file to Check the of [Unknown
compatible Android device.sources].
2. Tap the of [Unknown sources].
There is a method such as send as email attachments.

1. Open the [Settings] screen of Android device, then tap


[Security] to open the [Security] screen.
2. Tap the of [Unknown sources].

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4. Tap the “TCL BT TAG writer V1.4.apk” your Android device 6. When the installation is finished,below icon will appear on
has received. the Android device.
4. Tap APK file of NFC tag writing software which received 6. Open the [Settings] screen of Android device again, then
to install. tap [Security] to open the [Security] screen.
7. Tap the of [Unknown sources] to clear the checkmark.
TCL BT TAG writer V1.4.apk

4. Tap APK file of NFC tag writing software which received 6. Open
7. Open the
the [Settings]
[setting] screen
screen ofagain.
AndroidTapdevice again,tothen
[Security] open
to install. tap [Security] to open
the [security] screen. the [Security] screen.
8.
7. Tap
Tap the
the ofof[Unknown
[Unknownsources]
sources]totocancel thecheckmark.
clear the checkmark.

5. Tap [Install], then tap [Done].


5. Tap [Install], then tap [Done].

5. Tap [Install], then tap [Done].

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13.2.2. How to register the MAC address of 4. MAC Address and Device name input screen is
13.2.2. How to write the Blue tooth MAC 4. MAC Address and Device
displayed. Name
Read the inputting
specified screen
part in theappears.
label
Bluetooth module to NFC tag.
13.2.2. How to register the MAC address of 4.Please input 6 digits
MAC Address numbers
and Device nameon input
the right of “40:ef:4c:”
screen is in
on the Bluetooth module of Front P.C.B.
isareUnit,
13.2.2. How to register
address to NFCthe MAC address of
module 4.MAC
MACADDRESS
Address
displayed.
and Device
column name
(the 6partinput
digits screen
numbers printed
Bluetooth module to NFC tag. displayed.enterRead it to the
Read the specified
the second half
specified part
in [MAC
of
in
the label
the ADDRESS] field.
label
Bluetooth module to NFC tag. on
onthethe label
Bluetooth
(“Bluetooth
which
: ” is filled
pasted
module on the
of Front
in automatically)
Bluetooth
P.C.B. Unit, module of
13.2.2. How to register the( (MAC address on the
of Front 4.P.C.B. module andofofDevice
Front P.C.B. Unit,
1.1.Tap
Tapthe
the“TCL
“TCL BTBTTAG
TAGWriter”
Writer” iconicon ) to execute.
) to execute. enter itMACto theAddress
and
second the half
“:”will appear
[MAC name inputfield.
automatically
ADDRESS] screenwhen is
enter
you Next,
it to the
displayed.
input.) delete
second Readthe
half character
of
the [MAC
specified that
ADDRESS]
partisinentered
field.
the label in [DEVICE
2.2. Select
Confirm Bluetooth
thetheBT module
Module module
typetype (It is
inicon
the to NFC
printed
( label on the
ontag.
the label
) toBluetooth
(“ : ” is filled in automatically)
(“ : ” isNAME]
filled field, then enter “Panasonic BBT” to also
the field.
1. Tap the “TCL
which
1. Tap theis
BT
pasted
“TCL BT
TAG Writer”
on
TAGthe Bluetooth
Writer” icon ( module of)
execute.
Front
to P.C.B.
execute. DEVICE on
Next, delete theinthe
NAME automatically)
Bluetooth
will appear
character module
that of
is Front
automatically,
enteredP.C.B.
but Unit,
you
in [DEVICE
module of Front P.C.B. Unit, then select and tap the Next, delete
(This the character that is entered in [DEVICE
2. Confirm the Module type in the label on the Bluetooth
Unit. (For
2. Confirm theexample: BTM8630.)
Module type in the labelandon tapthe
it. Bluetooth can
NAME]delete
enter it operation
field, and to input
itthen the required
“Panasonic
second
enter halfonly
“Panasonic BTT”.
of once
[MAC
BBT” toafter
(Once
ADDRESS] the do
you
the field. “TCL BT TAG
itfield.
Module
module oftype.
Front(Example:BTM8630)
P.C.B. Unit, then select and tap the NAME] field,
Writer” then
softwareenter installation.)
“Panasonic BBT” to thethe field.
module of Front P.C.B. Unit, then select and tap the
after Tag writer
(“ : ” is filled
(This operation software has been
in automatically)
required installed,
only once after the “TCL BT TAG default
1.Module
Tap the “TCL
type. BT TAG Writer” icon (
(Example:BTM8630) (This operation
) to execute. device required only once after the “TCL BT TAG
Module type. (Example:BTM8630) Writer”name
Next,
software always
delete displayed
the character
installation.) as “Panasonic BTT”.)
that is entered in [DEVICE
2. Confirm the Module type in the label on the Bluetooth Writer” software installation.)
NAME] field, then enter “Panasonic BBT” to the field.
module of Front P.C.B. Unit, then select and tap the (This operation required only once after the “TCL BT TAG
Module type. (Example:BTM8630) Writer” software installation.)

5. Tap5.[Write
Tap to Tag],tothen move the NFCthepartNFC
of thepart
Android
5. 5.
TapTap[Write
[Write to[Write
Tag].
to Tag], thenTag],
thenmove
movethen
the move
theNFC
NFCpart
partofofyour of the Android
Android
the Android
device close to NFC antenna part of the NFC P.C.B. Unit.
device device
deviceclose
closetoto close
the
NFC to
NFC NFC antenna
antenna
antenna partpart part
of NFC
of the NFCof the NFC
P.C.B.
P.C.B. P.C.B. Unit.
unit
Unit.
6. Wait till [Tag written successfully!] is displayed, tag writing
and
6. Waithold it until
6.tillWait
[Tagtill a beep
[Tag
written sound
written is heard.which
successfully!]
successfully!] means
is displayed,
is displayed, the
tag writingtag writing
is completed. Tap [Exit] to exit the “TCL BT TAG Writer”
Android device
is completed. is recognized
Tap [Exit] to by
exit the
the NFC
“TCL module.
BT TAG
is completed. Tap [Exit] to exit the “TCL BT TAG Writer Writer”
software.
6. When [Tag written successfully!] appears, Tap [Exit].
software.
5. software.
Tap [Write to Tag], then move the NFC part of the Android
device close to NFC antenna part of the NFC P.C.B. Unit
6. Wait till [Tag written successfully!] is displayed, tag writing
is completed. Tap [Exit] to exit the “TCL BT TAG Writer
3. After selecting the module type, QR code Scan screen is
software.
3. After selecting the module type, QR code Scan screen is
3.displayed. Tap [Skip
After selecting thethe scan.]type,
module to skip
QRthiscode
screen.
Scan screen is
displayed. Tap [Skip the scan.] to skip this screen.
displayed. Tap [Skip the scan.] to skip this screen.

3. After selecting the module type, QR code scan screen is


displayed. Tap [Skip the scan.] to skip this screen.
3. After selecting the module type, QR code Scan screen is
displayed. Tap [Skip the scan.] to skip this screen.

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13.3. Caution for Replacing Parts

13.3.1. Standard Inspect Specifications after Repairs


After repairing Digital P.C.B. Unit and Mechanism Unit, it is recommended to perform the following inspection to ensure
normaloperation of main unit.

No. Procedures Item to Check

1 Turn on the power, and confirm items pointed out. Items pointed out should reappear.
If a problem is caused by a BD-Video disc, DVD-R, No abnormality should be seen in the picture, sound or
2
DVD Video, Audio-CD, or MP3, playback the test disc. operation.
After checking and making repairs, upgrade the Make sure that [UPD OK] appears on the LED displays.
3 firmware to the latest version. * [UNSUPPORT] display means the unit is already updated
to newest same version. Then version up is not necessary.
Transfer [9] [9] in the service mode setting, and initialize Make sure that [CLR] appears on the LED display.
the service settings (return various settings and error After checking it, turn the power off.
4
information to their default values. The laser time is not
included in this initialization).
After replacing the Mechanism Unit, transfer [9] [5] in the Make sure that [CLR] appears on the LED display.
5
service mode setting, and initialize the laser used time. After checking it, turn the power off.

Use the following checklist to establish the judgment criteria for the picture and sound.

Item Contents Check Item Contents Check


Block noise Distorted sound
Crosscut noise Noise (static, background noise, etc.)
Dot noise The sound level is too low.
Picture disruption The sound level is too high.
Picture Sound
Not bright enough The sound level changes.
Too bright
Flickering colour
Color fading

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14 Exploded View and Replacement Parts List
14.1. Replacement Parts List

Notes:
*Important safety notice:
Components identified by mark have special characteristics important for safety.
When replacing any of components, be sure to use only manufacture’s specified parts shown in the parts list.
*Parts marked with [PJM] in the remarks column are supplied by PAVCJM,others are supplied by PHK.
Ref. Ref.
Safety Part No. Part Name & Description Pcs Remarks Safety Part No. Part Name & Description Pcs Remarks
No. No.
1 VXY2206 MECHANISM UNIT 1 143 RHD26077 SILVER SCREW (B) 1

2 REP4050BG DIGITAL P.C.B.UNIT 1 BTT405P 144 RHD26077 SILVER SCREW (B) 1

2 REP4050BF DIGITAL P.C.B.UNIT 1 BTT405PH 145 RHD26077 SILVER SCREW (B) 1


POWER SUPPLY P.C.B. 161 RHD40041 SILVER SCREW (C) 1
3 REP1051D 1 BTT405P
UNIT
POWER SUPPLY P.C.B. 162 RHD40041 SILVER SCREW (C) 1
3 REP1051C 1 BTT405PH
UNIT
181 RHD30212 SILVER SCREW (D) 1
4 REP4652BT FRONT P.C.B. KIT 1
182 RHD30212 SILVER SCREW (D) 1
5 REP4653BT NFC P.C.B. KIT 1
183 RHD30212 SILVER SCREW (D) 1
6 RYP2009E-K FRONT PANEL UNIT 1
184 RHD30212 SILVER SCREW (D) 1
7 RGK2582-K TRAY ORNAMENT 1
185 RHD30212 SILVER SCREW (D) 1
8 REZ2118 FFC 1
186 RHD30212 SILVER SCREW (D) 1
9 REX1733 CORD (A) 1
187 RHD30212 SILVER SCREW (D) 1
10 RMC0830 METAL PLATE 1
188 RHD30212 SILVER SCREW (D) 1
11 RMC0830 METAL PLATE 1
189 RHD30212 SILVER SCREW (D) 1
12 RMV0440 INSULATION SHEET 1
190 RHD30212 SILVER SCREW (D) 1
13 L6FAYYYH0308 FAN MOTOR UNIT 1
191 RHD30212 SILVER SCREW (D) 1
14 REK0125 AC INLET UNIT 1 BTT405P
192 RHD30212 SILVER SCREW (D) 1
14 REK0124 AC INLET UNIT 1 BTT405PH
193 RHD30212 SILVER SCREW (D) 1
15 RKM0762-K TOP PANEL 1
194 RHD30212 SILVER SCREW (D) 1
16 RGR0465A-H REAR CABINET 1 BTT405P
195 RHD30212 SILVER SCREW (D) 1
16 RGR0465A-A REAR CABINET 1 BTT405PH
196 RHD30212 SILVER SCREW (D) 1
17 RMK0882A BOTTOM CABINET 1
197 RHD30212 SILVER SCREW (D) 1
18 RMV0439 BODY CHASSIS 1

19 RKA0327-K RUBBER LEG 1


A1 N2QAYB000966 REMOTE CONTROLLER 1 BTT405P
20 RKA0327-K RUBBER LEG 1
A1 N2QAYB000967 REMOTE CONTROLLER 1 BTT405PH
21 RKA0327-K RUBBER LEG 1
OPERATING
A2 VQT5F60 1 BTT405P
22 RKA0327-K RUBBER LEG 1 INSTRUCTIONS (En)
OPERATING
A2 VQT5F63 1 BTT405PH
INSTRUCTIONS (Sp)
QSG (En/Cn/Ar/Pe/Sp/Po/
101 RHD30210 BLACK SCREW 1 A3 VQT5H02 1
Cz/Hu)
102 RHD30210 BLACK SCREW 1 A4 K2CB2YY00105 AC CORD 1 BTT405P
103 RHD30210 BLACK SCREW 1 A4 K2CQ2YY00130 AC CORD 1 BTT405PH
104 RHD30210 BLACK SCREW 1 A5 RSA0044 FM ANTENNA 1
105 RHD30210 BLACK SCREW 1 A6 K2DAYYY00008 PLUG ADAPTOR 1 BTT405PH
106 RHD30210 BLACK SCREW 1 SPEAKER CABLE
A7 RQCXA1002 1 [PJM]
STICKER
121 RHD30211 SILVER SCREW (A) 1 A8 K1HA19CY0001 HDMI CABLE 1 BTT405PH
141 RHD26077 SILVER SCREW (B) 1 P1 RPG0N44 PACKING CASE 1 BTT405P
142 RHD26077 SILVER SCREW (B) 1 P1 RPG0N43 PACKING CASE 1 BTT405PH

P2 SVKU000020 POLYFOAM (L) 1

P3 SVKU000021 POLYFOAM (R) 1

P4 RPF0730 MIRROR BAG 1

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14.2. Casing Parts & Mechanism Section

102
103

101

104

105
16

181 121
161
182 162
15 a
183
193 184
106 185

1 194 13
c 14
196 195
188
197 a
187 18 2

186 190
191

189
19 3
192
17
20

12

7
b
8 141
c
142 10 143 22
9

144 5 21
11
145
4

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14.3. Packing & Accessories Section

ACCESSORIES BAG

OI BOOK
A2

QSG OI
A3 PREPARATIOPN VER.)

A5 FM INDOOR ANTENNA
P3
PLUG ADAPTOR
A6 (FOR PH ONLY)
SC-BTT405
BATTERIES (NOT SUPPLIED)

A7 SPEAKER STICKERS

A1 Remote Control

A4 AC CORD
(FOR P ONLY) P4 Mirror Bag

A4 AC CORD
P2
(FOR PH ONLY)

Speaker Connection
Cables

A8 HDMI CABLE SB-HW4010

SB-HFS4010

SB-HC4010

SB-HFS4010

P1

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