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SERVICE MANUAL

D-VHS DIGITAL RECORDER


82933 2003 06

HM-DH40000U
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A/B/C/D TV/VCR

POWER

MTP NTSC

VCR CABLE TV /DBS

PROGRAM

PROG.CHECK

TIMER

START

STOP

DATE

TV/VCR CH

.,?

ABC

DEF

REC LINK REC SPEED

SUBTITLE
GHI JKL MNO

DBS
PQRS

DAILY
TUV

WEEKLY
WXYZ

ENTER SKIP SEARCH

C. RESET CANCEL

AUX

REW

PLAY

FF

REC

STOP

AUSE

MENU

TV VOL
NAVI

BACK K

ENTER
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SPECIFICATION
GENERAL
Power requirement Power consumption Power on Power off Temperature Operating Storage Operating position Dimensions (W x H x D) Weight Maximum recording time D-VHS (HS) D-VHS (STD) D-VHS (LS3) D-VHS (LS5) S-VHS/VHS (SP) S-VHS/VHS (EP) Video format Audio format Track composition Tape speed AC 120 V~, 60 Hz 42 W 18 W 5C to 40C (41F to 104F) -20C to 60C (-4F to 140F) Horizontal only 435 mm x 94 mm x 383 mm (17-3/16" x 3-3/4" x 15-1/8") 5.5 kg (12.2 lbs) 210 min. with DF-420 video cassette 420 min. with DF-420 video cassette 1260 min. with DF-420 video cassette 2100 min. with DF-420 video cassette 210 min. with ST-210 video cassette 630 min. with ST-210 video cassette MPEG2 standard Encode MPEG1 Layer2 Decode MPEG1 Layer2/Dolby Digital LINEAR PCM (HS/STD) 33.4 mm/sec (HS mode) 16.67 mm/sec (STD mode) 5.55 mm/sec (LS3 mode) 3.33 mm/sec (LS5 mode) 30 deg 1800 rpm CTL track system 28.2 Mbps (HS mode) 14.1 Mbps (STD mode) 4.7 Mbps (LS3 mode) 2.8 Mbps (LS5 mode) Interface IEEE1394 compliant DTCP digital copy protection compatible S-VHS/VHS NTSC standard NTSC-type color signal and EIA monochrome signal, 525 lines/60 fields DA-4 (Double Azimuth) head helical scan system 45 dB 70 Hz to 10,000 Hz 20 Hz to 20,000 Hz Frequency-synthesized tuner VHF UHF CATV Channels 2-13 Channels 14-69 113 Channels Quartz 1-year programmable timer/24 programs Approx. 10 min. i.LINK IN/OUT (DV IN) x 2 (4-pin, S400) RCA connectors (IN x 3, OUT x 2) S-video connectors (IN x 3, OUT x 2) Component video OUT (Y, PB/CB, PR/CR) x 1 Digital OUT (optical) x 1 Infrared remote control unit, AA battery x 2, Audio cable, RF cable (F-type), S-video cable (4-pin), Controller

VIDEO/AUDIO (S-VHS/VHS)
Format Signal system Recording/Playback system Signal-to-noise ratio Frequency range Normal audio Hi-Fi audio

TUNER
Tuning system Channel coverage

VIDEO/AUDIO (D-VHS)

TIMER
Clock reference Program capacity Memory backup time

CONNECTOR
Input/Output

Head azimuth Drum rotation Tracking system Recording specification Main data input rate

ACCESSORIES
Provided accessories

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TABLE OF CONTENTS
1 2 PRECAUTIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1-3 1.1 SAFTY PRECAUTIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1-3 SPECIFIC SERVICE INSTRUCTIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1-5 2.1 Disassembly flow chart . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1-5 2.2 How to read the disassembly and assembly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1-5 2.3 Disassembly/assembly method . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1-5 2.4 Service position . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1-9 2.5 Mechanism service mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1-10 2.6 Jig RCU mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1-10 2.7 Opening on the chassis . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1-10 2.8 Emergency display function . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1-11 MECHANISM ADJUSTMENT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1-15 3.1 Before starting repair and adjustment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1-15 3.2 Replacement of major parts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1-19 3.3 Compatibility adjustment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1-28 ELECTRICAL ADJUSTMENT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1-31 4.1 Precaution . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1-31 4.2 Servo circuit. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1-32 4.3 Audio circuit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1-34 4.4 Digital circuit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1-34 CHARTS AND DIAGRAMS BOARD INTERCONNECTIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-3 SW.REG AND MAIN (REG) SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-5 MAIN (VIDEO/AUDIO) SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-7 MAIN (SYNC DET) SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-9 MAIN (S-SUB) SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-11 MAIN (FMA/DEMOD) SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-13 MAIN (SYSCON) SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-15 MAIN (TUNER) SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-17 MAIN (TERMINAL) AND TERMINAL SUB SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-19 RESET SW,REC SAFETY/D.CASS SW,DISPLAY AND JACK SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS . . . . . . . .2-21 PRE/REC SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-23 DIGITAL(SUB CPU) SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-25 DIGITAL(DMAIN) SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-27 DIGITAL(DMAIN IF) SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-29 DIGITAL(E5) SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-31 DIGITAL(E5 DDR) SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-33 DIGITAL(MEMORY) SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-35 DIGITAL(DIGITAL IF) SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-37 DIGITAL(VIDEO) SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-39 DIGITAL(AUDIO) SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-41 SW.REG, DISPLAY, REC SAFETY, JACK AND TERMINAL SUB CIRCUIT BOARDS . . . . . . . . . . .2-43 MAIN CIRCUIT BOARD . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-45 COMPONENT PARTS LOCATION GUIDE <MAIN> LPB10177-001C. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-47 PRE/REC CIRCUIT BOARD . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-48 COMPONENT PARTS LOCATION GUIDE <PRE/REC> LPB10174-001B . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-48 DIGITAL CIRCUIT BOARD . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-49 COMPONENT PARTS LOCATION GUIDE <DIGITAL> LPB10175-001B . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-51 REMOTE CONTROLLER SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-53 FDP GRID ASSIGNMENT AND ANODE CONNECTION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-53 CPU PIN FUNCTION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-54 VOLTAGE CHARTS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-55 WAVEFORMS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-56 VIDEO BLOCK DIAGRAM (1) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-57 VIDEO BLOCK DIAGRAM (2) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-59 AUDIO BLOCK DIAGRAM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-61 SYSTEM CONTROL BLOCK DIAGRAM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-63 D-VHS BLOCK DIAGRAM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-65 PARTS LIST 1. EXPLODED VIEW 1.1 PACKING AND ACCESORY ASSEMBLY<M1> . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-1 1.2 FINAL ASSEMBLY<M2> . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-2 1.3 MECHANISM ASSEMBLY<M4> . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-4 2. PARTS LIST SWITCHING REGULATOR BOARD ASSEMBLY<01>. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-6 MAIN BOARD ASSEMBLY<01> . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-7 A/C HEAD BOARD ASSEMBLY<12> . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-13 DISPLAY BOARD ASSEMBLY<28> . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-13 REC SAFETY BOARD ASSEMBLY<32> . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-13 JACK BOARD ASSEMBLY<36> . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-14 PRE/REC BOARD ASSEMBLY<43>. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-14 DIGITAL BOARD ASSEMBLY<50>. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-16 TERMINAL SUB BOARD ASSEMBLY<52> . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-24 LOADING MOTOR BOARD ASSEMBLY<55> . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-24

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SECTION 1 PRECAUTIONS
1.1 SAFTY PRECAUTIONS Prior to shipment from the factory, JVC products are strictly inspected to conform with the recognized product safety and electrical codes of the countries in which they are to be sold.However,in order to maintain such compliance, it is equally important to implement the following precautions when a set is being serviced. 1.1.1 Precautions during Servicing (1) Locations requiring special caution are denoted by labels and inscriptions on the cabinet, chassis and certain parts of the product.When performing service, be sure to read and comply with these and other cautionary notices appearing in the operation and service manuals. (2) Parts identified by the symbol and shaded ( ) parts are critical for safety. Replace only with specified part numbers. NOTE : Parts in this category also include those specified to comply with X-ray emission standards for products using cathode ray tubes and those specified for compliance with various regulations regarding spurious radiation emission. (3) Fuse replacement caution notice. Caution for continued protection against fire hazard. Replace only with same type and rated fuse(s) as specified. (4) Use specified internal wiring. Note especially: Wires covered with PVC tubing Double insulated wires High voltage leads (5) Use specified insulating materials for hazardous live parts. Note especially: Insulation Tape PVC tubing Spacers Insulation sheets for transistors Barrier (6) When replacing AC primary side components (transformers, power cords, noise blocking capacitors, etc.) wrap ends of wires securely about the terminals before soldering. quently, when servicing these products, replace the cathode ray tubes and other parts with only the specified parts. Under no circumstances attempt to modify these circuits.Unauthorized modification can increase the high voltage value and cause X-ray emission from the cathode ray tube. (12) Crimp type wire connector In such cases as when replacing the power transformer in sets where the connections between the power cord and power trans former primary lead wires are performed using crimp type connectors, if replacing the connectors is unavoidable, in order to prevent safety hazards, perform carefully and precisely according to the following steps. Connector part number :E03830-001 Required tool : Connector crimping tool of the proper type which will not damage insulated parts. Replacement procedure a) Remove the old connector by cutting the wires at a point close to the connector. Important : Do not reuse a connector (discard it).

cut close to connector

Fig.1-1-3 b) Strip about 15 mm of the insulation from the ends of the wires. If the wires are stranded, twist the strands to avoid frayed conductors.
15 mm

Fig.1-1-4 c) Align the lengths of the wires to be connected. Insert the wires fully into the connector.
Metal sleeve

Connector

Fig.1-1-1 (7) Observe that wires do not contact heat producing parts (heatsinks, oxide metal film resistors, fusible resistors, etc.) (8) Check that replaced wires do not contact sharp edged or pointed parts. (9) When a power cord has been replaced, check that 10-15 kg of force in any direction will not loosen it.

Fig.1-1-5 d) As shown in Fig.1-1-6, use the crimping tool to crimp the metal sleeve at the center position. Be sure to crimp fully to the complete closure of the tool.

1.2 5 2.0 5.5

Crimping tool

Power cord

Fig.1-1-6 e) Check the four points noted in Fig.1-1-7.


Not easily pulled free Crimped at approx. center of metal sleeve

Fig.1-1-2 (10) Also check areas surrounding repaired locations. (11) Products using cathode ray tubes (CRTs)In regard to such products, the cathode ray tubes themselves, the high voltage circuits, and related circuits are specified for compliance with recognized codes pertaining to X-ray emission. Conse-

Conductors extended Wire insulation recessed more than 4 mm

Fig.1-1-7

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1.1.2 Safety Check after Servicing Examine the area surrounding the repaired location for damage or deterioration. Observe that screws, parts and wires have been returned to original positions, Afterwards, perform the following tests and confirm the specified values in order to verify compliance with safety standards. (1) Insulation resistance test Confirm the specified insulation resistance or greater between power cord plug prongs and externally exposed parts of the set (RF terminals, antenna terminals, video and audio input and output terminals, microphone jacks, earphone jacks, etc.). See table 1 below. (2) Dielectric strength test Confirm specified dielectric strength or greater between power cord plug prongs and exposed accessible parts of the set (RF terminals, antenna terminals, video and audio input and output terminals, microphone jacks, earphone jacks, etc.). See Fig.1-1-11 below. (3) Clearance distance When replacing primary circuit components, confirm specified clearance distance (d), (d') between soldered terminals, and between terminals and surrounding metallic parts. See Fig.1-1-11 below.

(4) Leakage current test Confirm specified or lower leakage current between earth ground/power cord plug prongs and externally exposed accessible parts (RF terminals, antenna terminals, video and audio input and output terminals, microphone jacks, earphone jacks, etc.). Measuring Method : (Power ON) Insert load Z between earth ground/power cord plug prongs and externally exposed accessible parts. Use an AC voltmeter to measure across both terminals of load Z. See Fig.1-1-9 and following Fig.1-1-12.

b c

Externally exposed accessible part

Z V

Fig.1-1-9 (5) Grounding (Class 1 model only) Confirm specified or lower grounding impedance between earth pin in AC inlet and externally exposed accessible parts (Video in, Video out, Audio in, Audio out or Fixing screw etc.). Measuring Method: Connect milli ohm meter between earth pin in AC inlet and exposed accessible parts. See Fig.1-1-10 and grounding specifications.

Fig.1-1-8

Fig.1-1-10

Fig.1-1-11

Fig.1-1-12 NOTE : These tables are unofficial and for reference only. Be sure to confirm the precise values for your particular country and locality.

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SECTION 2 SPECIFIC SERVICE INSTRUCTIONS


2.1 Disassembly flow chart This flowchart lists the disassembling steps for the cabinet parts and P.C. boards in order to gain access to item(s) to be serviced. When reassembling, perform the step(s) in reverse order. Bend, route and dress the flat cables as they were originally laid. 2.3 Disassembly/assembly method
Step/ Loc No. [1] [2] Part Name Top cover, Bracket Fig. No. Point Note

D1 4(S1a), (S1b), 2(S1c) <Note 2a> <Note 2b> <Note 2a>

[1] [2] [3] [4] [5] [6] [7] [8] [9] [10]

Top cover, Bracket Front panel assembly Switching regulator board assembly
[4] [3]

Front panel assembly D2 CN901(WR2a), 4(L2a), 2(L2b), 3(L2c) Switching regulator board assembly D3 CN5303(WR3a), CN5301 CN5305 3(S3a)

Digital board assembly PRE/REC board assembly Drum assembly Mechanism assembly REC safety board assembly, Display board assembly, Jack board assembly Main board assembly Bottom cover
[7] [5]

Digital board assembly D4 CN401(WR4a), CN402(WR4b), CN8003(WR4c), CN9301(WR4d), CN9001(WR4e), CN8001(WR4f), CN8002(WR4g) 3(S4a), (S4b), PRE/REC board assembly D5 (S5a), (S5b), L5a(WR5a), Shield case(PRE), CN604(WR5b), CN603 Drum assembly, D6 CON1(WR6a), CN1(WR6b), (S6a), (S6b), (S6c) (Inertia plate), 4(L6a) (Roller arm assembly), (P6a), (L6b) (Cleaner assembly) (L6c)

<Note 2a>

<Note 2a> <Note 4a>

[6]

<Note 2a> <Note 5a>

2.2 How to read the disassembly and assembly

<Example>
Step/ Part Name Loc No. [1] Top cover, Bracket Fig. Point Note No. D1 4(S1a),(S1b),3(L1a), <Note 1a> 2(SD1a),(P1a),(W1a), CN1(WR1a), 2(S1c) [8]

Mechanism assembly D7 CN1(WR7a), (S7a), <Note 2a> (S7b), (S7c), (S7d), <Note 6a> S7e(WR7b), 2(L7a) REC safety board D8 (S8a) assembly, Display board assembly CN7002(WR8a), CN7005(WR8b) 4(L8a) Main board assembly D9 2(S9a) D10 (S10a), 2(S10b), 4(L10a), 3(L10b) <Note 2a> <Note 7a>

[9]

[10] Bottom cover (1) (2) (3) (4) (5)

(1) Order of steps in Procedure When reassembling, perform the step(s) in the reverse order. These numbers are also used as the identification (location) No.of parts Figures. (2) Part name to be removed or installed. (3) Fig. No. showing procedure or part location. (4) Identification of part to be removed, unhooked, unlocked, released, unplugged, unclamped or unsoldered. P= Spring, W= Washer, S= Screw, L= Locking tab, SD= Solder, CN**(WR**) = Remove the wire (WR**) from the connector (CN**). Note: The bracketed ( ) WR of the connector symbol are assigned nos. in priority order and do not correspond to those on the spare parts list. (5) Adjustment information for installation

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<Note 2a> Be careful not to damage the connector and wire etc. during connection and disconnection. When connecting the flat wire to the connector, be careful with the wire direction. <Note 2b> When reattaching the Front panel assembly, make sure that the door opener a of the Cassette holder assembly is lowered in position prior to the reinstallation. <Note 4a> When securing the screw (S5a), be sure to connect the lug wire (WR5a) together it. <Note 5a> When installing the drum assembly, secure the screws (S6a to S6c) in the order of a,b,c. <Note 6a> When it is required to remove the screws (S7a to S7b) retaining the Mechanism assembly, please refer to the Procedures for Lowering the Cassette holder assembly (See on page 1-6). When reattaching the Mechanism assembly to the Main board assembly, take care not to damage the sensors and switch on the Main board assembly. When removing the Mechanism assembly only, unhook the two spacers connecting it with the Main board assembly with pliers from the back side of the Main board assembly first, and then remove the Mechanism assembly. <Note 7a> After removing the REC safety board assembly, remove the display board assembly.
Procedures for Lowering the Cassette holder assembly As the mechanism of this unit is integrated with the Housing assembly, the holder must be lowered and the two screws unscrewed when removing the Mechanism assembly.

(S1a)

[1] Top cover (S1b)

(S1c)

(S1a) (S1c)

[1] Bracket

Fig.D1

a <Note 2b>
(A) (B)

Fig. 2

(L2a)

(WR2a) <Note 2a>

Fig. 1

(L2a) (L2b)
Fig. 3

Turn the loading motor pulley in the direction as indicated by Fig.2. As both (A) and (B) levers are lodged twice, push thelevers in the direction as indicated by Fig.3 to release them. When pushing the levers, do it in the order of (A), (B), (B), (A). When the holder has been lowered, turn the pulley untilthe cassette holder is securely in place without allowing any up/down movement.

[2] Front panel assembly (L2c)

(L2b)

Fig.Procedures for Lowering the Cassette holder assembly Fig.D2 1-6 (No.82933)

(S3a) (S3a) (S3a) Shield case (PRE) CN5303 [3] Switching regulator board assembly WR5a <Note 4a> (L5a)

(S5a)

CN5305 CN5301
WR3a <Note 2a>

(S5b)

WR5b <Note 2a>

CN604

[5] PRE/REC board assembly

CN603 (CN3011)

Fig.D3

Fig.D5

(S4a) CN8003 CN402 CN401 CN9301 (S4a) (S4a) [4]Digital board assembly CN9001 CN8001 CN8002
WR4a <Note 2a> WR4d <Note 2a> WR4c <Note 2a>

Note : When installing Drum assembly, secure the screws (S6a to S6c) in the order of a, b, c. (S6a) Inertia plate <Note 5a> (S6c) <Note 5a> (L6a) WR6a <Note 2a> CON1 (P6a) (S6b) <Note 5a> WR6b <Note 2a> Cleaner assembly

(WR4f) <Note 2a>


(WR4g) <Note 2a>

WR4b <Note 2a> WR4e <Note 2a>

(S4b) WR4a <Note 2a> Roller arm assembly

(L6b)

[6]Drum assembly (L6c)

CN1

Fig.D4

Fig.D6 (No.82933)1-7

Note : When installing the Mechanism assembly, secure the screws (S7a to S7b) in order of a, b. (S7d) (S7b) <Note 6a> WR7a <Note 2a> (S7e) WR7b (S7c) Q3003 End sensor <Note 6a> (L7a) Spacer <Note 6a> [7] Mechanism assembly

(S9a)

(S7a) <Note 6a> CN1

[9] Main board assembly


(L7a) Spacer <Note 6a>

D3001 LED <Note 6a>

S3002 S cassette switch <Note 6a>

Q3002 Start sensor <Note 6a>

Fig.D7

Fig.D9

(L10a) (L10b)

(S8a)

(L8a)

REC safety board assembly <Note 7a>


(L10a)

(L8a) [8] Display board assembly

CN7002

CN7005

WR8a <Note 2a> WR8b <Note 2a>


(S10a)

[10] Bottom cover

(S10b)

Fig.D8 1-8 (No.82933)

Fig.D10

2.4 Service position This unit has been designed so that the Mechanism and Main board assemblies can be removed together from the chassis assembly. Before diagnosing or servicing the circuit boards, take out the major parts from the chassis assembly. 2.4.1 How to set the Service position (1) Refer to the disassembly procedure and perform the disassembly of the major parts before removing the PRE/REC board assembly. (2) Remove the screws attaching the mechanism assembly with the chassis assembly. Remove the screws attaching the board assembly, if necessary. (3) Remove the combined Mechanism and Main board assemblies. (4) Connect the wires and connectors of the major parts that have been removed in step (1). (Refer to Fig.2-4-1a.) (5) Place the combined Mechanism and Main board assemblies upside down. (6) Insert the power cord plug into the power outlet and thenproceed with the diagnostics and servicing of the board assembly. Notes: Before inserting the power cord plug into the power outlet, make sure that none of the electrical parts are able to short-circuit between the workbench and the board assembly. For the disassembly procedure of the major parts and details of the precautions to be taken, see 2.3 Disassembly/assembly method. If there are wire connections from the Main board and Mechanism assemblies to the other major parts, besure to remove them ( including wires connected to the major parts ) first before performing step (2). When carrying out diagnosis and repair of the Main board assembly in the Service position, be sure to ground both the Main board and Mechanism assem-

blies. If they are improperly grounded, there may benoise on the playback picture or FDP counter displaymay move even when the mechanism is kept in an inoperative status. In order to diagnose the playback or recording of thecassette tape, set the Mechanism assembly to the required mode before placing it upside down. If the mechanism mode is changed (including ejection) while it is in an upside down position the tape inside may be damaged. 2.4.2 Precautions for cassette loading in the Service position The REC safety board assembly detects cassette loading as well as cassette tabs. Therefore, after the assembly has been removed in the Service position, it is required to set the switch manually on the REC safety board assembly when a cassette is loaded. 2.4.3 Cassette loading and ejection methods in the Service position (1) Insert a cassette halfway in the Cassette holder assembly. (2) Set the switch on the REC safety board assembly to on (by pressing the switch). (3) As soon as the cassette starts to be loaded, set the switch on the REC safety board assembly to off (by releasing the switch). (4) Now the desired operation (recording, playback, fast forward, rewind, etc.) is possible in this status. (5) The switch on the REC safety board assembly does nothave to be operated when ejecting a tape. But be sure to turn the set to the normal position before ejecting the tape. Note: In the Service position, the cassette tabs cannot be detected and recording becomes possible even with a cassette with broken tabs such as the alignment tape. Be verycareful not to erase important tapes.

TP612 REC_LEVEL2 TP602 A/HS2_FF TP622 PB_DATA2 TP611 REC_LEVEL1 TP621 PB_DATA1

PRE/REC board assembly Digital board assembly


CN8004 CN8801
CN7104 CN7101 CN7102 TP622 TP612 TP621 TP602 T611 CN602 CN601

Terminal sub board assembly

VR2251 FMA REC LEVEL


CN901 CN7017

Switching regulator board assembly

CP4001

CN8003 CN8005 CN402 CN401 CN9301 CN9001 CN5603 TO CN8001 TO CN8002 CN8001 CN8002 CN3009 CN3008

TP106 PB FM

TP4001 CTL P

TP111 D.FF

CP3002

TP501 Y TO SE

TP2254 A.REC FM

TP2253 A.PB FM

Jack board assembly REC Safety board assembly CN7005

Main board assembly

CN7191

CN7002 Display board assembly

Fig.2-4-1a (No.82933)1-9

2.5 Mechanism service mode This model has a unique function to enter the mechanisminto every operation mode without loading of any cassette tape. This function is called the Mechanism service mode. 2.5.1 How to set the Mechanism service mode (1) Set the VCR to the Jig RCU mode (the mode in which codes from the Jig RCU can be received). (2) Transmit the code E5 from the Jig RCU. (3) With lock levers (A) (B) on the left and right of the Cassette holder assembly pulled toward the front, slide the holder in the same direction as the cassette insertion direction. (For the positions of lock levers (A) (B), refer to the Procedures for Lowering the Cassette holder assembly of 2.3 Disassembly/assembly method.) (4) The cassette holder lowers and, when the loading has completed, the mechanism enters the desired mode. 2.6 Jig RCU mode This unit uses the following two modes for receiving remote control codes. 1) User RCU mode : Ordinary mode for use by the user. 2) Jig RCU mode : Mode for use in production and servicing. When using the Jig RCU, it is required to set the VCR to the Jig RCU mode (the mode in which codes from the Jig RCU can be received). As both of the above two modes are stored in the EEPROM, it is required to set the VCR back to the User RCU mode each time that an adjustment is made or to check that the necessary operations have been completed. These modes can be set by the operations described below. Note: Confirm the RCU mode when exchanged parts. Since some SERVICE PARTS set the VCR to the Jig RCU mode as initial setting. 2.6.1 Setting the Jig RCU mode (1) Unplug the power cord plug from the power outlet. (2) Press and hold the REC and PAUSE buttons on the VCR simultaneously, while plugging the power cord pluginto the power outlet. When the VCR is set to the Jig RCU mode, the symbols ( : ) in the time display of the FDP are blinking. 2.6.2 Setting the User RCU mode (1) Turn off the power. (2) Press the REC and PAUSE buttons of the VCR simultaneously. Alternatively, transmit the code 80 from the Jig RCU.

2.7 Opening on the chassis The chassis of this VCR has openings for diagnosis of some parts on the board assembly.

Reel sensor (Supply)

Rotary encoder Reel sensor (Take-up)


IC3001

TU6001
CN3011

Fig.2-7-1a

Blink

Fig.2-6-2a User/Jig RCU mode

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2.8 Emergency display function This unit has a function for storing the history of the past two emergencies (EMG) and displaying them on each FDP (or OSD). With the status of the VCR and mechanism at the moment an emergency occurred can also be confirmed. FDP display model [FDP display]
0: 00 E: ** 1E: ** 1: *1
Normal display EMG content display (Latest) EMG content display (Previous) See 2.8.3 See 2.8.3

Notes: The EMG detail information <1><2> show the information on the latest EMG. It becomes - - : - - : - - when there is no latest EMG record. When using the Jig RCU, it is required to set the VCR to the Jig RCU mode (the mode in which codes from the Jig RCU can be received).
Jig RCU [Data transmitting method] Depress the ( 3 ) button after the data code is set.

EMG detail information <1> See 2.8.4 [Deck operation mode] 2: *2 EMG detail information <1> See 2.8.4 [Mechanism operation mode] 3: 34 EMG detail information <1> See 2.8.4 [Mechanism sensor information and Mechanism mode position] See 2.8.5 4: *5 EMG detail information <2> [Type of the cassette tape in use <1>] See 2.8.5 5: *6 EMG detail information <2> [Winding position of the cassette tape in use] See 2.8.5 6: *7 EMG detail information <2> [Type of the cassette tape in use <2> (Winding area)] See 2.8.6 7: *8 EMG detail information <3> [Previous deck operation mode] See 2.8.6 8: *9 EMG detail information <3> [The deck operation mode of the one before the last] See 2.8.6 9: *10 EMG detail information <3> [The deck operation mode of the one prior to one above]

CUSTOM CODE 43: A CODE 53: B CODE DATA CODE

INITIAL MODE

Fig.2-8a Jig RCU [PTU94023B] 2.8.1 Displaying the EMG information (1) Transmit the code 59 from the Jig RCU. The FDP shows the EMG content in the form of E: * * : * * .
<Example 1> E : 01 : 03 Previous EMG Latest EMG <Example 2> E : : No EMG record

(2) Transmit the code 59 from the Jig RCU again.The FDP shows the EMG detail information <1> in the form of * 1 : * 2 : 34 . *1 *2 3-4 : Deck operation mode at the moment of EMG : Mechanism operation mode at the moment of EMG : Mechanism sensor information at the moment of EMG : Mechanism mode position at the moment of EMG

FDP (7segment LED) display model [FDP display]


0 : 00 : 00 Normal display (Counter or clock) E: * * : * * EMG content display (E:Latest:Previous) [EMG code display mode] *1: *2 : 34 EMG detail information <1> display [Deck and other mode display mode] *5: *6 : *7 EMG detail information <2> display [Cassette display mode] *8: *9 : *10 EMG detail information <3> display [Deck mode history dispaly mode] See 2.8.3

(3) Transmit the code 59 from the Jig RCU once again. The FDP shows the EMG detail information <2> in the form of * 5 : * 6 : * 7 . * 5 : Type of the cassette tape in use <1>. * 6 : Winding position of the cassette tape in use * 7 : Type of the cassette tape in use <2> (Winding area) (4) Transmit the code "59" from the Jig RCU once again. The FDP shows the EMG detail information <3> in the form of "*8 : *9 : *10". * 8 :Previous deck operation mode at the moment of EMG * 9 :The deck operation mode of the one before the last at the moment of EMG * 10 :The deck operation mode of the one prior to one above at the moment of EMG (5) Transmit the code 59 from the Jig RCU once again to reset the display. Notes: For the EMG content, see 2.8.3 EMG content description. For the EMG detail information <1> , see 2.8.4 EMG detail information <1> . For the EMG detail information <2> , see 2.8.5 EMG detail information <2>. 2.8.2 (1) (2) (3) Clearing the EMG history Display the EMG history. Transmit the code 36 from the Jig RCU. Reset the EMG display.

See 2.8.4 See 2.8.5 See 2.8.6

(No.82933)1-11

2.8.3 EMG content description Note: EMG contents E08/E09 are for the model with Dynamic Drum (DD).
FDP
E01: Loading EMG

CONTENT
When the mechanism mode cannot be changed to another mode even when the loading motor has rotatedfor more than 4 seconds in the loading direction, [E:01] is identified and the power is turned off. When the mechanism mode cannot be changed to an-other mode even when the loading motor has rotatedfor more than 4 seconds in the unloading direction, [E:02] is identified and the power is turned off. When the take-up reel pulse has not been generated for more than 4 seconds in the capstan rotating mode, [E:03] is identified, the pinch rollers are turned off and stopped,and the power is turned off. However, the reel EMG isnot detected in STILL/SLOW modes.

CAUSE
1. The mechanism is locked in the middle of mode transition. 2. The mechanism is locked at the loading end due to the encoder position reading error during mode transition. 3. Power is not supplied to the loading MDA. 1. The mechanism is locked in the middle of mode transition. 2. The mechanism is locked at the unloading end due to the encoder position reading error during mode transition. 3. Power is not supplied to the loading MDA. 1. The take-up reel pulse is not generated in the FWD transport modes (PLAY/FWD SEARCH/FF, etc.) because; 1) The idler gear is not meshed with the take-up reel gear; 2) The idler gear is meshed with the take-up reel gear, but incapable of wind-ing due to too large mechanical load (abnormal tension); 3) The take-up reel sensor does not output the FG pulse. 2. The supply reel pulse is not generated in the REV transport modes (REVSEARCH/REW, etc.) because; 1) The idler gear is not meshed with the supply reel gear. 2) The idler gear is meshed with the supply reel gear, but incapable of wind-ing due to too large a mechanical load (abnormal tension); 3) The supply reel sensor does not output the FG pulse. 3. Power is not supplied to the reel sensors. 1. The drum could not start or the drum rotation has stopped due to too large a load on the tape, because; 1) The tape tension is abnormally high; 2) The tape is damaged or a foreign object (grease, etc.) adheres to the tape. 2. The drum FG pulse did not reach the System controller CPU because; 1) The signal circuit is disconnected in the middle; 2) The FG pulse generator (hall device) of the drum is faulty. 3. The drum control voltage (DRUM CTL V) is not supplied to the MDA. 4. Power is not supplied to the drum MDA. 1. The cassette cannot be ejected due to a failure in the drive mechanism of the housing. 2. When the housing load increases during ejection, the loading motor is stopped because of lack of headroom in its drive torque. Housing load increasing factors: Temperature environment (low temperature, etc.), mechanism wear or failure. 3. The sensor/switch for detecting the end of ejection are not functioning normally. 4. The loading motor drive voltage is lower than specified or power is not sup-plied to the motor (MDA). 5. When the user attempted to eject a cassette, a foreign object (or perhaps the user's hand) was caught in the opening of the housing. 1. The capstan could not start or the capstan rotation has stopped due to too large a load on the tape, because; 1) The tape tension is abnormally high (mechanical lock); 2) The tape is damaged or a foreign object (grease, etc.) is adhered to the tape (occurrence of tape entangling, etc.). 2. The capstan FG pulse did not reach the System controller CPU because; 1) The signal circuit is disconnected in the middle; 2) The FG pulse generator (MR device) of the capstans is faulty. 3. The capstan control voltage (CAPSTAN CTL V) is not supplied to the MDA. 4. Power is not supplied to the capstan MDA. 1. The SW 5 V power supply circuit is shorted with GND. 2. The SW 12 V power supply circuit is shorted with GND.

E02: Unloading EMG

E03: Take Up Reel Pulse EMG

E04: Drum FG EMG

When the drum FG pulse has not been input for more than 3 seconds in the drum rotating mode, [E:04] is iden-tified, the pinch rollers are turned off and stopped, and the power is turned off.

E05: Cassette Eject EMG

When the eject operation does not complete in 3 seconds after the start, [E:05] is identified, the pinch rollers are turned off and stopped, and the power is turned off. When the cassette insertion operation does not complete in 3 seconds after the start, the cassette is ejected. In addition, when the operation does not complete within 3 seconds after the start, [E:05] is also identified and the power is turned off immediately. When the capstan FG pulse has not been generated for more than 1 second in the capstan rotating mode, [E:06] is identified, the pinch rollers are turned off and stopped, and the power is turned off. However, the capstan EMG is not detected in STILL/SLOW/FF/REW modes.

E06: Capstan FG EMG

E07: SW Power Short-Circuit EMG E08: DD Initialized (Absolute Position Sensor) EMG

When short-circuiting of the SW power supply with GND has lasted for 0.5 second or more, [E:07] is identified, all the motors are stopped and the power is turned off. When DD tilting does not complete in 4 seconds, [E:08] is identified, the tilt motor is stopped and the power is turned off.

1. The absolute value sensor is defective. (The soldered parts have separated.) 2. The pull-up resistor at the absolute sensor output is defective. (The soldered parts have separated.) 3. Contact failure or soldering failure of the pins of the connector (board-to-board) to the absolute value sensor. 4. The absolute value sensor data is not sent to the System Controller CPU. 1. The FG sensor is defective. (The soldered parts have separated.) 2. The pull-up resistor at the FG sensor output is defective. (The soldered parts have separated.) 3. Contact failure or soldering failure of the pins of the connector (board-to-board) to the FG sensor. 4. The power to the sensor is not supplied. (Connection failure/soldering failure) 5. The FG pulse is not sent to the System Controller CPU. 6. The tilt motor is defective. (The soldered parts have separated.) 7. The drive power to the tilt motor is not supplied. (Connection failure/soldering failure) 8. The tilt motor drive MDA - IC is defective. 9. Auto-recovery of the DD tilting cannot take place due to overrun. 1. The supply reel pulse is not generated in the FWD transport mode (PLAY/FWD SEARCH/FF, etc.) because; 1) PLAY/FWD or SEARCH/FF is started while the tape in the inserted cassette is cut in the middle; 2) A mechanical factor caused tape slack inside and outside the supply reel side of the cassette shell. In this case, the supply reel will not rotate until the tape slack is removed by the FWD transport, so the pulse is not generated until then; 3) The FG pulse output from the supply reel sensor is absent. 2. The take-up reel pulse is not generated in the REV transport mode (REVSEARCH/REW, etc.). 1) REV SEARCH/REW is started when the tape in the inserted cassettehas been cut in the middle; 2) A mechanical factor caused tape slack inside and outside the take-up reel side of the cassette shell. In this case, the supply reel will not rotate until the tape slack is removed by the REV transport, so the pulse will not be generated until that time; 3) The FG pulse output from the take-up reel sensor is absent. 3. The power to a reel sensor is not supplied.

E09: DD FG EMG

When the DD FG pulse is not generated within 2.5 seconds, [E:09] is identified, the tilt motor is stopped and the power is turned off.

E0A: Supply Reel Pulse EMG

When the supply reel pulse has not been generated for more than 10 seconds in the capstan rotating mode, [E:0A] is identified and the cassette is ejected (but the power is not turned off). However, note that the reel EMG is not detected in the SLOW/STILL mode.

EC1 or EU1: Head clog warning

Presupposing the presence of the control pulse output in the PLAY mode, when the value obtained by mixing the two V.FM output channels (without regard to the A.FM output) has remained below a certain threshold level for more than 10 seconds, [E:C1] or [E:U1] is identified and recorded in the emergency history. During the period in which a head clog is detected, the FDP and OSD repeat the "3-second warning display" and "7-second noise picture display" alternately. EMG code : "E:C1" or "E:U1" / FDP : "U:01" / OSD : "Try cleaning tape." or "Use cleaning cassette." The head clog warning is reset when the above-mentioned threshold has been exceeded for more than 2 seconds or the mode is changed to another mode than PLAY.

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2.8.4 EMG detail information <1> The status (electrical operation mode) of the VCR and the status (mechanism operation mode/sensor information) of the mechanism in the latest EMG can be confirmed based on the figure in EMG detail information <1> . [FDP/OSD display] *1 : *2 : 34 *1 *2 3-4 : Deck operation mode at the moment of EMG : Mechanism operation mode at the moment of EMG : Mechanism sensor information at the moment of EMG : Mechanism mode pos ition at the moment of EMG

*2 : Mechanism operation mode [Common table of MN* and M3*]


Display MN* M3* 00 00 02 02 04 04 06 06 08 08 0A 0C 0E 10 12 14 16 18 1A 1C 1E 20 22 24 26 28 2A 2C 2E 80 0A 0C 0E 10 12 14 16 18 1A 1C 1E 20 22 24 26 28 2A 2C 2E 30 80 Mechanism operation mode Command standby (Status without executing command) POWER OFF by EMG occurrence Moving to the adjacent position in the LOAD direction Moving to the adjacent position in the UNLOAD direction Cassette ejection being executed / Cassette housing ejection being executed Mode transition to STOP with cassette ejection end Cassette insertion being executed Tape being loaded Tape being unloaded Mode transition to STOP with pinch roller compression ON Mode transition to STOP with pinch roller compression OFF Mode transition to STOP with pinch roller compression OFF as a result of POWER OFF Mode transition to STOP with pinch roller compression ON as a result of POWER ON Mode transition to PLAY Mode transition to FWD SEARCH Mode transition to REC Mode transition to FWD STILL / SLOW Mode transition to REV STILL / SLOW Mode transition to REV SEARCH Mode transition from FF / REW to STOP Mode transition to FF Mode transition to REW 4 sec. of REV as a result of END sensor going ON during loading Short FF / REV as a result of END sensor going ON during unloading Mechanism position being corrected due to overrun Mechanism in initial position (Dummy command)

Note: For EMG detailed information <1>, the content of the code that is shown on the FDP (or OS D) differs depending on the parts number of the system control microprocessor (IC3001) of the VCR . The system control microprocessor parts number starts with two letters, refer these to the corres ponding table. *1 : Deck operation mode [Common table of MN*, HD* and M3*]
Display Deck operation mode MN*/M3* HD* 00 Mechanism being initialized 01 00 STOP with pinch roller pressure off (or tape present with P.OFF) 02 01 STOP with pinch roller pressure on 03 POWER OFF as a result of EMG 04 04 PLAY 0C 0E REC 10 11 Cassette ejected 20 22 FF 21 Tape fully loaded, START sensor ON, short FF 22 Cassette identification FWD SEARCH before transition to FF (SP x7-speed) 24 26 FWD SEARCH (variable speed) including x2-speed 2C 2E INSERT REC 40 43 REW 42 Cassette identification REV SEARCH before transition to REW (SP x7-speed) 44 47 REV SEARCH (variable speed) 4C 4C AUDIO DUB 6C 6E INSERT REC (VIDEO + AUDIO) 84 84 FWD STILL / SLOW 85 85 REV STILL / SLOW 8C 8F REC PAUSE 8D Back spacing 8E Forward spacing (FWD transport mode with BEST function) AC AF INSERT REC PAUSE AD INSERT REC back spacing CC CD AUDIO DUB PAUSE CD AUDIO DUB back spacing EC EF INSERT REC (VIDEO + AUDIO) PAUSE ED INSERT REC (VIDEO + AUDIO) back spacing

[Table of HD*]
Display 00 01 02 04 05 0E 11 22 26 2E 43 47 4C 6E 84 85 8F AF C7 CD EF F0 F1 F2 F3 F4 F5 F6 F7 F8 F9 FA FB FC FD FE Mechanism operation mode STOP with pinch roller pressure off STOP with pinch roller pressure on U/L STOP (or tape being loaded) PLAY PLAY (x1-speed playback using JOG) REC Cassette ejected FF FWD SEARCH (variable speed) including x2-speed INSERT REC REW REV SEARCH AUDIO DUB INSERT REC (VIDEO + AUDIO) FWD STILL/SLOW REV STILL/SLOW REC PAUSE INSERT REC PAUSE REV SEARCH (x1-speed reverse playback using JOG) AUDIO DUB PAUSE INSERT REC (VIDEO + AUDIO) PAUSE Mechanism being initialized POWER OFF as a result of EMG Cassette being inserted Cassette being ejected Transition from STOP with pinch roller pressure on to STOP with pinch roller pressure off Transition from STOP with pinch roller pressure on to PLAY Transition from STOP with pinch roller pressure on to REC Cassette type detection SEARCH before FF/REW is being executed Tape being unloaded Transition from STOP with pinch roller pressure off to STOP with pinch roller pressure on Transition from STOP with pinch roller pressure off to FF/REW Transition from STOP with pinch roller pressure off to REC.P (T.REC,etc.) Transition from STOP with pinch roller pressure off to cassette type detection SEARCH Short REV being executed after END sensor on during unloading Tension loosening being executed after tape loading (STOP with pinch roller pressure on)

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3- : Mechanism sensor information [Common table of MN*, HD* and M3*]


Mechanism sensor information Display 0123456789ABCDEFMN* / HD* S-VHS SW VHS VHS VHS VHS VHS VHS VHS VHS S-VHS S-VHS S-VHS S-VHS S-VHS S-VHS S-VHS S-VHS M3* CASS SW Cassette insertion Cassette insertion Cassette insertion Cassette insertion Cassette insertion Cassette insertion Cassette insertion Cassette insertion Cassette ejection Cassette ejection Cassette ejection Cassette ejection Cassette ejection Cassette ejection Cassette ejection Cassette ejection REC safety SW Tab broken Tab broken Tab broken Tab broken Tab present Tab present Tab present Tab present Tab broken Tab broken Tab broken Tab broken Tab present Tab present Tab present Tab present Start sensor ON ON OFF OFF ON ON OFF OFF ON ON OFF OFF ON ON OFF OFF End sensor ON OFF ON OFF ON OFF ON OFF ON OFF ON OFF ON OFF ON OFF

*5 : Cassette tape type <1>


Display 00 16 82 84 92 93 C3 D3 E1 E2 E9 F1 Cassette tape type <1> Cassette type not identified Large reel/small reel (T-0 to T-15/T-130 to T-210) not classified Small reel, thick tape (T-120) identified/thin tape (T-140) identified Large reel (T-0 to T-60) identified Small reel, thick tape (T-130) identified/thin tape (T-160 to T-210) identified Small reel, thick tape/C cassette (T-0 to T-100/C cassette) not classified Small reel, thick tape/C cassette (T-0 to T-100/C cassette) being classified Small reel, thick tape/C cassette (T-0 to T-100/C cassette) being classified C cassette, thick tape (TC-10 to TC-20) identified Small reel, thick tape (T-0 to T-100) identified C cassette, thin tape (TC-30 to TC-40) identified C cassette, thick tape/thin tape (TC-10 to TC-40) not classified

-4 : Mechanism mode position [Common table of MN*, HD* and M3*]


Display MN* HD* M3* -0 -1 -2 -3 -4 -5 -6 -7 -8 -9 -A -B -C -D -E -F -7 -0 -7 -1 -7 -2 -7 -3 -7 -4 -7 -5 -7 -6 -7 -6 -0 -1 -2 -3 -4 -5 -6 -F -F -F -E -D -C -B -A -9 -8 -7 Mechanism mode position Initial value EJECT position EJECT position (Cassette housing drive mode) Housing operating Between EJECT and U / L STOP U / L STOP position Guide arm drive position Tape being loaded / unloaded (When the pole base is located on the front side of the position just beside the drum) Tape being loaded / unloaded (When the pole base is located on the rear side of the position just beside the drum) Pole base compressed position FF / REW position Between FF / REW and STOP with pinch roller compression ON STOP with pinch roller compression OFF Between STOP with pinch roller compression OFF and REV REV (REV STILL / SLOW) position REV position Between REV and REV STILL / SLOW REV STILL / SLOW position Between REV and FWD Between REV STILL / SLOW and FWD STILL / SLOW FWD (FWD STILL / SLOW) position FWD STILL / SLOW position Between FWD and PLAY Between FWD STILL / SLOW and PLAY PLAY position

Notes: Cassette tape type <1> is identified a few times during mode transition and the identification count is variable depending on the cassette tape type. If an EMG occurs in the middle of identification, the cassette tape type may not be able to be identified. If other value than those listed in the above table is displayed, the cassette tape type is not identified. *6 : Cassette tape winding position The cassette tape winding position at the moment of EMG is displayed by dividing the entire tape (from the beginning to the end) in 22 sections using a hex number from 00 to 15. "00" : End of winding "15" : Beginning of winding "FF or - -" : Tape position not identified *7 : Cassette tape type <2> (Winding area)
Display Cassette tape type <2>

Note: In the case of the HD* microprocessor, as the dis play is always -7 at any intermediate position between modes, the position of transitory EMG may sometimes not be located. 2.8.5 EMG detail information <2> The type of the cas sette tape and the cassette tape winding position can be confirmed based on the figure in EMG detail information<2>. [FDP /OS D dis play] *5 : *6 : *7 * 5 : Type of the cas sette tape in use <1> * 6 : Winding pos ition of the cas sette tape in use * 7 : Type of the cas sette tape in use <2> (Winding area) Note: EMG detail information <2> is the reference informations tored using the remaining tape detection function of the cassette tape. As a result, it may not identify cassette correctly when a special cassette tape is used or when the tape has variable thickness.

00 07 08 - 0E 09 - 15 0A - 0B 0A - 16 0A - 16 0D - 0F 11 - 14 15 - 18 17 - 1A 19 - 1D 1D - 21 1E - 1F 1F - 23 21 - 23 21 - 23 22 - 24 22 - 24 22 - 24 22 - 23 23 - 24 25 - 26 27 - 29 29 - 2B 2D - 2F

Cassette type not identified Small reel, thick tape C cassette, thick tape C cassette, thick tape Small reel, thick tape C cassette, thin tape C cassette, thin tape Small reel, thick tape Small reel, thick tape Small reel, thick tape Small reel, thick tape Small reel, thick tape Small reel, thick tape Small reel, thin tape Small reel, thick tape Small reel, thin tape Small reel, thin tape Small reel, thick tape Small reel, thin tape Small reel, thin tape Large reel Large reel Large reel Large reel Large reel Large reel

T-5 TC-10 TC-20P T-20 TC-30 TC-40 T-40 T-60 T-80 / DF-160 T-90 / DF-180 T-100 T-120 / DF-240 T-140 T-130 T-160 T-168 DF-300 T-180 / DF-360 T-210 / DF-420 T-5 T-10 T-20 T-30 T-40 T-60

Note: The values of cassette tape type <2> in the above table are typical values with representative cassette tapes. 2.8.6 EMG detail information <3> Three deck operation modes preceding the deck operation mode in which the EMG occurs may be confirmed based on the figures in the EMG information detail <3>. For the contents of the displayed information, see the table "Deck operation mode" in section "2.8.4 EMG detail information <1>".

1-14 (No.82933)

SECTION 3 MECHANISM ADJUSTMENT


3.1 Before starting repair and adjustment 3.1.1 Precautions (1) Unplug the power cord plug of the VCR before using your soldering iron. (2) Take care not to cause any damage to the conductor wires when plugging and unplugging the connectors. (3) Do not randomly handle the parts without identifying where the trouble is. (4) Exercise enough care not to damage the lugs, etc. during the repair work. (5) When reattaching the front panel assembly, make sure that the door opener of the cassette holder assembly is lowered in position prior to the reinstallation. (See SECTION 2 SPECIFIC SERVICE INSTRUCTIONS.) (6) When using the Jig RCU, it is required to set the VCR to the Jig RCU mode (the mode in which codes from the Jig RCU can be received). (See SECTION 2 SPECIFIC SERVICE INSTRUCTIONS.) 3.1.2 Checking for proper mechanical operations Enter the mechanism service mode when you want to operate the mechanism when no cassette is loaded. (See SECTION 2 SPECIFIC SERVICE INSTRUCTIONS.) 3.1.3 Jigs and tools required for adjustment
Roller driver PTU94002 A/C head positioning tool PTU94010 Torque gauge PUJ48075-2

(4) Bring the pole base assembly to a pause when it reaches the position where it is hidden behind the cassette tape. (5) Move the top guide toward the drum while holding down the lug (A) of the bracket retaining the top guide. Likewise hold part (B) down and remove the top guide. Section (C) of the top guide is then brought under the cassette lid. Then remove the top guide by pressing the whole cassette tape down. (See Fig.3-1-4b.) (6) Remove the cassette tape by holding both the slackened tape and the cassette lid. (7) Take up the slack of the tape into the cassette. This completes removal of the cassette tape. Note: For the disassembly procedure of the major parts and details of the precautions to be taken, see SECTION 2 SPECIFIC SERVICE INSTRUCTIONS.
Loading motor

Back tension cassette gauge PUJ48076-2

Jig RCU PTU94023B

Pole base assembly


Alignment tape (SP, stairstep, NTSC) MHP Alignment tape (EP, stairstep, NTSC) MHP- L

Fig.3-1-4a

Fig.3-1-3 3.1.4 Manually removing the cassette tape 3.1.4.1 In case of electrical failures If you cannot remove the cassette tape which is loaded because of any electrical failure, manually remove it by taking the following steps. (1) Unplug the power cord plug from the power outlet. (2) Refer to the disassembly procedure and perform the disassembly of the major parts before removing the drum assembly. (3) Unload the pole base assembly by manually turning the loading motor of the mechanism assembly toward the front. In doing so, hold the tape by the hand to keep the slack away from any grease. (See Fig.3-1-4a.)
(B)

(C) (A)

Press

Fig.3-1-4b

(No.82933)1-15

3.1.4.2 In case of mechanical failure If you cannot remove the cassette tape which is loaded because of any mechanical failure, manually remove it by taking the following steps. (1) Unplug the power cable and remove the top cover, front panel assembly and others so that the mechanism assembly is visible. (See SECTION 1 DISASSEMBLY.) (2) While keeping the tension arm assembly of the mechanism assembly free from tension, pull the tape on the pole base assembly (supply or take-up side) out of the guide roller. (See Fig.3-1-4c.) (3) Take the spring of the pinch roller arm assembly off the hook of the press lever assembly, and detach it from the tape. (See Fig.3-1-4d.) (4) In the same way as in the electrical failure instructions in 2.1.3-1(5), remove the top guide. (5) Raise the cassette tape cover. By keeping it in that position, draw out the cassette tape case from the cassette holder and take out the tape. (6) By hanging the pinch roller arm assembly spring back on the hook, take up the slack of the tape into the cassette.
Pole base assembly (take-up side)

3.1.5 Maintenance and inspection 3.1.5.1 Cleaning Regular cleaning of the transport system parts is desirable but practically impossible. So make it a rule to carry out cleaning of the tape transport system whenever the machine is serviced. When the video head, tape guide and/or brush get soiled, the playback picture may appear inferior or at worst disappear, resulting in possible tape damage. Note: Absolutely avoid sweeping the upper drum vertically as this will cause damage to the video head. (1) When cleaning the upper drum (especially the video head), soak a piece of closely woven cloth or Kimu-wipe with alcohol and while holding the cloth onto the upper drum by the fingers, turn the upper drum counterclockwise. (2) To clean the parts of the tape transport system other than the upper drum, use a piece of closely woven cloth or a cotton swab soaked with alcohol. (3) After cleaning, make sure that the cleaned parts are completely dry before using the video tape. 3.1.5.2 Lubrication With no need for periodical lubrication, you have only to lubricate new parts after replacement. If any oil or grease on contact parts is soiled, wipe it off and newly lubricate the parts. Note: See the mechanism assembly diagram of the parts list for the lubricating or greasing spots, and for the types of oil or grease to be used. 3.1.6 Suggested servicing schedule for main components The following table indicates the suggested period for such service measures as cleaning,lubrication and replacement. In practice, the indicated periods will vary widely according to environmental and usage conditions.However, the indicated components should be inspected when a set is brought for service and the maintenance work performed if necessary. Also note that rubber parts may deform in time,even if the set is not used.

Pole base assembly (supply side)

Tension arm assembly

Fig.3-1-4c

System

Parts name Drum assembly A/C head Pinch roller arm assembly Full erase head Tension arm assembly Capstan motor (Shaft) Guide arm assembly Capstan motor Capstan brake assembly Main brake assembly Belt (Capstan) Loading motor Clutch unit Worm gear Control plate Rotary encoder

Tape transport
Take the spring off the hook, and detach it from the tape.

Drive

Pinch roller arm assembly Guide pole guard Press lever assembly

Other Fig.3-1-4d

Operation hours 1000H 2000H C,X X C,X C,X C C C C C C C C C C X X X X X X X X X X

C : Cleaning X : Inspection or Replacement if necessary

1-16 (No.82933)

3.1.7 Location of major mechanical parts


T1

UV catcher2 (supply and take-up side)


T3

T6

A/C head
T7

Drum assembl y

T5

Head base

Loading motor

T2

Stator assembly
T8

Guide pole guard

T26

Full erase head

T9 T10

Pinch roller arm assembly Lid guide

T25

Pole base assembly (supply side)

Press lever assembly Guide arm T12 assembly


T11

T24

Tension arm assembl y


T13

T23 T22

Adjust pin

T14

Reel disk (take-up side) Sub brake assembly (take-up side)

Tension brake assembly

T20 (supply T21

Rec safety lever

T15 Main brake assembly Reel disk (take-up side) side) T18 Idler lever T16 Idler arm assembly T19 Main brake assembly T17 Pole base assembly (take-up side) (supply side)

Fig.3-1-7a Mechanism assembly top side


B1

Capstan motor
B2

B3

Capstan brake assembly


B4

B5

Loading arm gear (supply side)

Belt (capstan)

Loading arm gear (take-up side)


B6

Plate (supply side)

B22

Bel t (loading motor)


B7 B21

Control bracket1

Worm gear

B20

Control cam
B8

Control plate

B9

Tension arm bearing

B18

Cassette gear

B17

Link lever

B15 B16

Rotary encoder
B14

B13

Direct gear

B10

Take-up head

B11

Take-up lever

Rotary encoder guide

Change lever assembly B12 Clutch unit

Fig.3-1-7b Mechanism assembly bottom side


R1

L1

Guide rail

L2

Roller cam assembly

Opener guide

R2

Door opener
R5

R3

Drive gear

Limit gear

Loading motor

Fig.3-1-7c Mechanism assembly left side

R4

Cassette housing bracket Worm gear Belt (loading motor)

Fig.3-1-7d Mechanism assembly right side (No.82933)1-17

3.1.8 Disassembling procedure table The following table indicates the order in which parts are removed for replacement. To replace parts, remove them in the order of 1 to 18 as shown in the table. To install them, reverse the removal sequence. The symbols and numbers preceding the individual part names
Symbols and numbers
L1 L2 R4 R1 R3

represent the numbers in the Location of major mechanical parts table. Also, the T, B, and T/B on the right of each part name shows that the particular part is removed from the front, from the back, and from both sides of the mechanism, respectively.
B17 B21 B7 B8 B5 B4 B11 T14 T15 T13 T22 T24 T18

T9 T12 T11 T1 B15 B12 B14 B13

Loading arm gear (take-up side)

Loading arm gear (supply side)

Removal parts

Main brake assembly (take-up side)

Sub brake assembly (take-up side)

Front (T)/Back (B) of mechanism

Cassette holder assembly

Pinch roller arm assembly

Cassette housing bracket

Number of removal steps

Tension brake assembly


9

Reel disk (take-up side)

Change lever assembly

Tension arm assembly

Symbols and numbers

Press lever assembly

Roller cam assembly

Guide arm assembly

Control bracket1

Rotary encoder

Coupling gear

Take-up lever

Opener guide

Control plate

UV catcher2

Worm gear

Direct gear

Relay gear

Clutch unit

Drive gear

(Reference items) Replacement parts 3.2.3 Guide rail 3.2.3 Roller cam assembly 3.2.3 Cassette housing bracket 3.2.3 Opener guide 3.2.3 Door opener 3.2.3 Relay gear 3.2.3 Limit gear 3.2.3 Cassette holder assembly 3.2.3 Drive gear 3.2.3 Drive arm 3.2.4 Pinch roller arm assembly 3.2.5 Guide arm assembly 3.2.5 Press lever assembly 3.2.6 A/C head 3.2.7 Loading motor 3.2.8 Capstan motor 3.2.9 UV catcher2 3.2.9 Pole base assembly (take-up side) 3.2.9 Pole base assembly (supply side) 3.2.10 Rotary encoder 3.2.11 Clutch unit 3.2.12 Change lever assembly 3.2.12 Direct gear 3.2.12 Coupling gear 3.2.12 Clutch gear 3.2.13 Link lever 3.2.14 Cassette gear 3.2.14 Control cam 3.2.14 Worm gear - Lid guide 3.2.15Control bracket1 3.2.15Control plate 3.2.16Loading arm gear (supply side) 3.2.16Loading arm gear (take-up side) 3.2.16Loading arm gear shaft 3.2.17Take-up lever 3.2.17Take-up head 3.2.17Control plate guide 3.2.18Capstan brake assembly 3.2.19Sub brake assembly(take-up side) 3.2.20Main brake assembly(take-up side) 3.2.20Main brake assembly(supply side) 3.2.20Reel disk (take-up side) 3.2.21Tension brake assembly 3.2.21Reel disk (supply side) 3.2.21Tension arm assembly 3.2.21Tension arm bearing 3.2.22Idler lever 3.2.22Idler arm assembly Rotary encoder guide

L1 L2 R4 R1 R2

R5

R3

T9 T12 T11 T6 T7 B1 T1 T17 T25 B15 B12 B14 B13

B17 B18 B20 B21 T10 B7 B8 B5 B4

B11 B10

B3 T14 T15 T19 T13 T22 T20 T24 B9 T18 T16

T T T T T T T T T T T T T T T T/B T T/B T/B B B B B B B B B B B T/B B B B B B T/B T/B T/B T/B T/B T/B T/B T/B T/B T/B T/B T/B T/B T/B

1 1 1 2 3 3 3 6 4 8 1 1 3 1 1 1 1 2 2 1 1 3 4 5 6 1 2 2 1 5 1 6 7 8 9 7 8 8 7 15 16 9 16 9 10 10 10 17 18

1 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 3 1 3 2 2 2 4 2 4 5 3 5

1 1

1 1 1 1

2 2 2 2

3 3 3 4 4 5 1 1

3 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 12 12 12

4 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5

6 6 6 6 6 6 6 7 7 8 7 7

1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2

3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3

4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4

5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5

6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6

7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7

8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8

9 10 11 9 10 11 9 10 11

13 14 13 14 13 14 15 15

9 10 11 9 10 11 9 10 11

12 12 12

13 14 13 14 13 14 15 16 17

9 9 15 16 15 16 17

B16

T/B 19

Fig.3-1-8a 1-18 (No.82933)

Idler lever

Drive arm

Guide rail

Link lever

3.2 Replacement of major parts 3.2.1 Before starting disassembling (Phase matching between mechanical parts) Before starting disassembling (Phase matching between mechanical parts) The mechanism of this unit is closely linked with the rotary encoder and system controller circuits. Since the system controller detects the status of mechanical operation in response to phases of the rotary encoder (internal switch positions), the mechanism may not operate properly unless such parts as the rotary encoder, control plate, loading arm gear, control cam, cassette gear, limit gear, relay gear and drive gear are installed in their correct positions. Especially, this model is not provided with any cassette housing assembly, so that cassette loading and unloading must be accomplished by operation of the cassette holder assembly. The latter is in turn driven by such parts as the drive gear, relay gear and limit gear. Exercise enough care, therefore, to have the phases of all this gear matching one another. (For information on phase matching of the mechanism, see the instructions on how to install individual parts.) This unit is provided with a mechanism assembly mode. It is therefore necessary to enter this mode for assembling and disassembling procedures. This mode is usually not in use, manually set it when it is required. 3.2.2 How to set the Mechanism assembling mode Remove the mechanism assembly and place it bottom side up. (See SECTION 2 SPECIFIC SERVICE INSTRUCTIONS.) Turn the worm gear toward the front so that the guide hole of the control cam is brought into alignment with the hole at the mechanism assembly chassis. This position renders the mechanism assembling mode operational. Make sure that the control plate is located in alignment with the mark E. (See Fig.3-2-2a.)

3.2.3 Cassette holder assembly 3.2.3.1 How to remove (1) Remove the guide rail and roller cam assembly. (See Fig.3-2-3a.) (3 lugs on the guide rail and one lug on the roller cam assembly)
Guide rail Lugs Roller cam assembly

Lug

Lug

Fig.3-2-3a (2) Remove the two slit washers and remove the cassette housing bracket. (See Fig.3-2-3b.) (3) Remove the opener guide, spring(A), door opener, relay gear and limit gear. (See Fig.3-2-3b.)

Limit gear

Spring(A) Opener guide

Chassis hole Worm gear

Relay gear

Door opener

Slit washers Cassette housing bracket

Guide hole

Control cam

Fig.3-2-3b (4) While swinging the lock levers (R) and (L) of the cassette holder assembly toward the front, slide the cassette holder assembly until its legs come to where the guide rail and the roller cam assembly have been removed (so that the drive arm is upright). (See Fig.3-2-3c.)
Lock lever (L) Cassette holder assembly Drive arm (Upright)

Mark E Leg Control plate Legs

Fig.3-2-3c Fig.3-2-2a (No.82933)1-19

(5) While holding the left side of the cassette holder, lift the cassette holder assembly so that the three legs on the left side are all released. Then pull the legs (A) and (B) on the right side out of the rail and also pull up the leg(C). (See Fig.3-2-3d and Fig.3-2-3f.) (6) Draw out the drive gear, and remove the drive arm.
Cassette holder assembly

Fig.3-2-3d
Cassette holder assembly

(A)

3.2.3.2 How to install (Phase matching) (1) Insert the section (A) of the drive arm into the section (B) of the main deck. (2) Insert the section (1) of the drive gear into the round hole, and the section (2) into the square hole on the drive arm. (See Fig.3-2-3f.) (3) Hold the drive arm upright and fit the leg (C) on the right side of the cassette holder assembly into the groove. (See Fig.3-2-3g.) (4) While swinging the lock lever (R) of the cassette holder assembly toward the front, put the legs (A) and (B) into the rail. (See Fig.3-2-3g.) (5) Drop the three legs on the left side of the cassette holder assembly into the groove at one time. (See Fig.3-2-3h.) (6) Slide the whole cassette holder assembly toward the front to bring it to the eject end position. (7) Install the limit gear so that the notch on the outer circumference of the limit gear is brought into alignment with the guide hole on the main deck. (See Fig.3-2-3i.) (8) Install so that the notch on the periphery of the relay gear is aligned with the notch of the main deck and that hole A of the relay gear is aligned with the hole A of the limit gear and that hole B of the relay gear is aligned with the hole B of the drive gear. (See Fig.3-2-3i.) (9) Install the door opener, opener guide, spring(A) and cassette housing bracket and fasten the two slit washers.
Cassette holder assembly

Lock lever (R) (A)


(C) (B)

Fig.3-2-3e
Drive arm Drive arm Main deck right side (C) (B)

Fig.3-2-3g
Hole Hole Dr ive gear (1) (2) Drive arm Cassette holder assembly

(A)

(B)

Fig.3-2-3h

Fig.3-2-3f

1-20 (No.82933)

3.2.6 A/C head


Relay gear Notches Guide hole Notch

3.2.6.1 How to remove (1) Remove the two screws (A) and remove the A/C head together with the head base. (2) When replacing only the A/C head, remove the three screws (B) while controlling the compression spring.
Head base

Screws(A)

A Drive gear

A Limit gear A/C head

Fig.3-2-3i 3.2.4 Pinch roller arm assembly (1) Remove the spring from the hook of the press lever assembly. (2) Remove the slit washer and remove the pinch roller seat 3. (See Fig.3-2-4a.) (3) Remove the pinch roller arm assembly by pulling it up.

Fig.3-2-6a
Screws(B)

A/C head

Pinch roller seat3 A/C head board assembl y Spring Pinch roller arm assembly Press lever assembly Pinch roller arm assembly Head base Compression springs

Fig.3-2-6b 3.2.6.2 How to install (1) To make the post-installation adjustment easier, set the temporary level as indicated in Fig.3-2-6c. Also make sure that the screw center (centre) is brought into alignment with the center (centre) position of the slot.
Head base A/C head Screw

Fig.3-2-4a 3.2.5 Guide arm assembly and press lever assembly 3.2.5.1 How to remove (1) Remove the spring and expand the lug of the lid guide in the arrow-indicated direction. Then remove the guide arm assembly by pulling it up. (2) Remove the press lever assembly by pulling it up. (See Fig.3-2-5a.)

12.4 mm Head base Press lever assembly Tension spring Guide arm assembly A/C head

Fig.3-2-6c 3.2.7 Loading motor 3.2.7.1 How to remove (1) Remove the belt wound around the worm gear. (2) Open the two lugs of the motor guide and remove the loading motor, loading motor board assembly and motor guide altogether by pulling them up. (3) When replacing the loading motor board assembly, take care with the orientation of the loading motor. (Install so that the loading motor label faces upward.) (4) When the motor pulley has been replaced, choose the fitting dimension as indicated in Fig.3-2-7a.

Lid guide

Lug

Fig.3-2-5a

(No.82933)1-21

Loading motor board assemb ly Loading motor Lugs Motor guide

6.5 0.2 mm
LABEL

Motor pulley Wormgear Bel t

Fig.3-2-7a 3.2.8 Capstan motor 3.2.8.1 How to remove (1) Remove the belt (capstan) on the mechanism assembly back side. (2) Remove the three screws (A) and remove the capstan motor.
Screws(A) Screw(A)

3.2.8.2 How to install (Centering the mounting position) When the capstan motor has once been removed and then reinstalled out of the initial correct position in the rotational direction, the capstan motor current may be unstable during operation in high or low temperatures. This may result in greater Wow & Flutter and occasionally in power breakdown because of current over - load. Install the capstan motor while following the procedure given below. (The capstan motor is centrally located when the unit is shipped from the factory.) (1) Provisionally tighten the three screws (A) securing the capstan motor. (2) Install the mechanism assembly to which the capstan motor is provisionally fastened on the bottom chassis which incorporates the Main board assembly. (No need to tighten the screws for mounting the mechanism.) Make sure that all the connectors for the mechanism assembly and the Main board assembly are correctly installed as indicated in Fig. 3-2-8b. (3) Making sure that the connector for the capstan motor is correctly mounted, and securely tighten the three screws (A). Note: When the capstan motor has been replaced with a new one, perform recording in the EP(or LP) mode for at least 2 minutes at normal temperatures immediately before starting the FF/REW or SEARCH operations (Aging). 3.2.9 Pole base assembly (supply or take-up side) 3.2.9.1 How to remove (1) Remove the UV catcher 2 on the removal side by loosening the screw (A). (2) Remove the pole base assembly on the supply side from the mechanism assembly by loosening the screw (B) on the mechanism assembly back side and sliding the pole base assembly toward the UV catcher 2. (3) As for the pole base assembly on the take-up side, turn the pulley of the loading motor to lower the cassette holder because the screw (B) is hidden under the control plate. (See the Procedures for Lowering the Cassette holder assembly of 2.3 DISASSEMBLY/ASSEMBLY METHOD.) Further turn the motor pulley to move the cassette holder until the screw (B) is no longer under the control plate (in the half-loading position). Then remove it as done for the supply side by removing the screw (B). Note: After reinstalling the Pole base assembly and the UV catcher2, be sure to perform compatibility adjustment.
Screw(A) UV catcher2 Screw(A) UV catcher2

Capstan motor

Belt

Fig.3-2-8a

Spacer

Spacer

Connector for the capstan motor

Fig.3-2-8b

Screw(B)

Fig.3-2-9a

1-22 (No.82933)

3.2.10 Rotary encoder 3.2.10.1 How to remove (1) Remove the screw (A) and remove the rotary encoder by pulling it up. (See Fig. 3-2-10a.)
Rotary encoder (Front side) Screw(A) Guide marks

3.2.12 Change lever assembly, direct gear, clutch gear and coupling gear 3.2.12.1 How to remove (1) Release the two lugs of the rotary encoder guide in the arrow-indicated direction and remove the change lever assembly. (2) Remove the slit washer retaining the direct gear and remove the latter. Take care so as not to lose the washer and spring. (See Fig.3-2-12a.)
Change lever assembly Slit washer

Rotary encoder (Back side) Positioning pin of the rotary encoder

Fig.3-2-10a

Spacer Direct gear Spring(A) Position the projecting side down. Spring(B)

Coupling gear

Spring (C) Clutch gear

Mark E
Lugs

Shaft of the rotary encoder guide

Control plate

Fig.3-2-10b 3.2.10.2 How to install (Phase matching) (1) Make sure that the mark E of the control plate is in alignment with the mark of the loading arm gear shaft and bring the guide marks on the rotary encoder into alignment as indicated in Fig.3-2-10a. (See Fig. 3-2-10a and Fig. 3-210b.) (2) Turn over the rotary encoder with its guide marks kept in alignment and install it by fitting on the shaft of the rotary encoder guide and the positioning pin. (3) Tighten the screw (A) to complete the installation. 3.2.11 Clutch unit (1) Remove the belt wound around the capstan motor and the clutch unit. (2) Remove the slit washer and remove the clutch unit.

Fig.3-2-12a 3.2.12.2 How to install (1) Install the clutch gear, spring (A), spring (C), direct gear, spacer and others to the individual shafts of the main deck, and finally the slit washer. (See Fig.3-2-12a.) (2) Let the spring (B) drops into the rotary encoder guide hole and install the change lever assembly.(Take care not to mistake a direction of the spring.) The point is to slightly lift the coupling gear and catch it from the both sides with the assembly. (See Fig.3-2-12b.)
Rotary encoder guide Spring(B) Coupling gear Change lever assembly

Belt

Main deck

Main deck

Fig.3-2-12b
Slit washer Clutch unit

Fig.3-2-11a

(No.82933)1-23

3.2.13 Link lever 3.2.13.1 How to remove (1) Remove the two slit washers. (2) Remove the link lever by lifting it from the shaft retained by the slit washers. Then swing the link lever counterclockwise and remove it from the locking section of the control plate.
Slit washers

3.2.14 Cassette gear, control cam and worm gear 3.2.14.1 How to remove (1) Remove the control cam by lifting it. (2) Open the two lugs of the cassette gear outward and pull the latter off. (3) Remove the belt wound around the worm gear and the loading motor. (4) Open the lug of the lid guide outward and remove the worm gear.
Loading motor Link lever Bel t Locking section of the control plate Worm gear Lid guide

Fig.3-2-13a 3.2.13.2 How to install (Phase matching) (1) Slide the control plate so that its mark E is aligned with the mark on the loading arm gear shaft. (See Fig.3-2-13b.) (2) Rotate the worm gear until the guide hole of the control cam is aligned exactly with the guide hole of the main deck. (See Fig.3-2-13c.) (3) Insert the link lever into the locking section of the control plate. (See Fig.3-2-13a.) (4) Rotate the link lever clockwise so that it is installed on the shafts in the center (centre) and on the left of the control cam. (5) Fasten the slit washers at these two points.
Lug

Lugs Cassette gear

Control cam

Fig.3-2-14a 3.2.15 Control plate 3.2.15.1 How to remove (1) Remove the screw (A) retaining the control bracket 1 and remove the latter. (2) Slide the control plate as indicated by the arrow and remove the control plate. (See Fig.3-2-15a.)
Screw(A)

Mark E

Control bracket1

Shaft of the rotary encoder guide

Control plate Control plate

Fig.3-2-13b

Worm gear

Fig.3-2-15a 3.2.15.2 How to install (Phase matching) (1) Adjust the position of the idler arm assembly pin as indicated in Fig.3-2-15b (to the left of center (centre) of the R section). (2) Bring the guide hole of the take-up lever into alignment with the hole at the control plate guide and fix the position by inserting a 1.5 mm hexagonal wrench.
Control cam

Main deck guide hole

Control cam guide hole Cassette gear

Fig.3-2-13c

1-24 (No.82933)

(3) Install the control plate so that the section A of the loading arm gear shaft fits into the hole (A) of the control plate, the section B of the control plate guide into the hole (B), and the control plate comes under the section C of the rotary encoder guide and the section D of the loading arm gear shaft while press-fit the pole base assmebly (supply side) as indicated by the arrow. It is important that the tension arm assembly shaft is positioned closer toward you than the control plate. (See Fig.3-2-15c.) (4) Make sure that the mark E of the control plate is in alignment with the mark of the loading arm gear shaft. (See Fig.3-2-15c.) (5) Pull off the hexagonal wrench for positioning.

(3) Turn the loading arm gear (take-up side) clockwise so that the notch of the loading arm gear (take-up side) is in alignment with the projection of the loading arm gear shaft and lift it. Likewise, turn the loading arm counterclockwise so that the notch is in alignment with the projection and remove the loading arm gear (take-up side). (See Fig.3-2-16a and Fig. 3-2-16b.) (4) When removing the loading arm gear shaft, be sure of first removing the screw retaining the drum assembly (on the back side of the loading arm gear shaft). Then remove the screw (C) and remove the loading arm gear shaft by sliding it.
Pole base assembly Pole base assembly (supply side) (take-up side) Guide marks

Idler arm assembly pin

Take-up lever

R section Insert Guide hole of the control plate guide 1.5mm hexagonal wrench T orsion arm Loading arm gear (take-up side) Loading arm gear (supply side) Screw(B) Screw(A) Notch

Screw(C) Loading arm gear shaft

Fig.3-2-15b

Fig.3-2-16a

Section A Section D Section D Hole A

ProjectionA

Loading arm gear shaft

PressPole base assembly fit (supply side)

ProjectionB

Section A Hole A

Loading arm gear (take-up side)

Fig.3-2-16b 3.2.16.2 How to install (1) Align the notch of the loading arm gear (take-up side) to the projection B of the loading arm gear shaft and slip it over. Then rotate it clockwise for alignment with the projection A and slip it down to the bottom. (See Fig.3-2-16b.) (2) Then turn the loading arm gear (take-up side) counterclockwise. Hang the torsion arm on the pole base assembly (take-up side) and tighten the screw (B). (3) Install the loading arm gear (supply side) so that the guide mark of the loading arm gear (take-up side) is in alignment with the guide mark of the loading arm gear (supply side). Then hang the torsion arm on the pole base assembly (supply side) and tighten the screw (A). (See Fig.3-2-16a.)

Section C Section C

Hole B Section B

Tension arm assembly shaft

Section B Hole B

Control plate

Fig.3-2-15c 3.2.16 Loading arm gear (supply or take-up side) and loading arm gear shaft 3.2.16.1 How to remove (1) Remove the loading arm gear (supply side) by loosening the screw (A). (See Fig. 3-2-16a.) (2) Remove the screw (B) and remove the torsion arm from the pole base assembly (take-up side). (See Fig.3-2-16a.)

(No.82933)1-25

3.2.17 Take-up lever, take-up head and control plate 3.2.17.1 How to remove (1) Remove the spring of the take-up lever from the main deck. (2) Remove the lug (A) of the take-up lever from the main deck and pull out the take-up lever and the take-up head together. (3) Remove the screw (A). (4) Align the idler arm assembly pin in the center (centre) of the R section of the control plate guide, remove the control plate guide lugs (B) and (C) from the main deck, and remove the control plate guide.
Idler arm assembly pin Lug(C) Take-up lever

Spring Lug(A) Lug(B) Sub brake assembly (take-up side)

Lug(C)

Fig.3-2-19a 3.2.20 Main brake assembly (take-up side), reel disk (takeup side) and main brake assembly (supply side) 3.2.20.1 How to remove (1) Move the main brake assembly (take-up side) in the arrowindicated direction and remove the reel disk (take-up side). (2) Remove the spring attached to the main brake assembly. (3) Remove the lug (A) of the main brake assembly (take-up side) and pull out the lug (B) after bringing it into alignment with the main deck notch. (4) Remove the lugs (C), (D) and (E) of the main brake assembly (supply side) from the main deck and pull them off. (See Fig.3-2-20a.)
Main brake assembly (supply side) Reel disk (take-up side) Main brake assembly (take-up side)

Screw(A) Take-up head Lug(A) Lug(B)

Control plate guide

Fig.3-2-17a 3.2.18 Capstan brake assembly 3.2.18.1 How to remove (1) Move the lug (A) of the capstan brake assembly in the arrow-indicated direction so that it comes into alignment with the notch of the main deck. (See Fig. 3-2-18a.) (2) Remove the lug (B) of the capstan brake assembly from the main deck and remove the capstan brake assembly.

Lug(B) Notch Lug(B) Lug(C) Lug(D) Lug(A) Lug(E) Spring Lug(A)

Fig.3-2-20a

Capstan brake assembly

Fig.3-2-18a 3.2.19 Sub brake assembly (take-up side) 3.2.19.1 How to remove (1) Remove the spring attached to the lid guide and sub brake assembly (take-up side). (2) Bring the lug (A) of the sub brake assembly (take-up side) into alignment with the notch of the main deck. (3) Remove the lugs (B) and (C) of the sub brake assembly (take-up side) from the main deck and remove the sub brake assembly (take-up side).

1-26 (No.82933)

3.2.21 Tension brake assembly, reel disk (supply side) and tension arm assembly 3.2.21.1 How to remove (1) Remove the three lugs of the tension brake assembly from the main deck and pull them off. (2) Remove the reel disk (supply side) by loosening in the arrow-indicated direction the main brake assembly (supply side). (3) Remove the tension spring on the back of the main deck. Then release the lug of the tension arm bearing in the arrow-indicated direction and draw out the tension arm assembly. (See Fig. 3-2-21a.)
Lug of the tension Tension arm arm bearing assembly Reel disk (supply side)

3.2.23 Stator assembly (1) Remove the flat cable. (2) Remove the two screws (A), (B) and remove the lug wire. (3) Remove the stator assembly by lifting in the arrow-indicated direction. (Take care that the brush spring does not jump out.) Notes: Be careful not to lose the brush and spring. There are some models that do not use the lug wire. Refer to the parts list for these models. When tightening the screw (B), place the caulked part of the lug terminal near to the shaft of the drum and then tighten it. After installation, be sure to perform the switching point adjustment according to the electrical adjustment procedure.
Screw (A) Screw (B) Lug wire (Note) Drum shaft Lug wire

Tension brake assembly Lugs Stator assembly

Screw (A)

Flat cable (Take care not to mix up the polar faces when installing.)

Tension spring

Main brake assembly (supply side)

Fig.3-2-21a 3.2.22 Idler lever, idler arm assembly 3.2.22.1 How to remove (1) Remove the lug of the idler lever from the main deck and remove the hook fitted in the idler arm assembly hole by lifting it. (2) Remove the slit washer and pull out the idler arm assembly.
Lug Idler lever

Fig.3-2-23a 3.2.24 Rotor assembly 3.2.24.1 How to remove (1) Remove the stator assembly. (2) Remove the two screws (B) and remove the rotor assembly. 3.2.24.2 How to install (1) Match the phases of the upper drum assembly and the rotor assembly as indicated in Fig.3-2-24a. (2) Place the upper drum assembly hole (a) over the rotor assembly holes (b) (with three holes to be aligned) and tighten the two screws (B). (See Fig.3-2-24a.)
Screws (B)
Compress Spring

Hook Idler arm assembly Slit washer

Hole(a)

Fig.3-2-22a
CONTACT

Screw holes Upper drum assembly Rotor assembly

The hole is not in line but is offset toward the right. Hole(b)

Fig.3-2-24a

(No.82933)1-27

3.3 Compatibility adjustment Notes: Although compatibility adjustment is very important, it is not necessary to perform this as part of the normal servicing work. It will be required when you have replaced the A/C head, drum assembly or any part of the tape transport system. To avoid any damage to the alignment tape while performing the compatibility adjustment, get a separate cassette tape (for recording and play back) ready to be used for checking the initial tape running behavior. Unless otherwise specified, all measuring points and adjustment parts are located on the Main board. When using the Jig RCU, it is required to set the VCR to the Jig RCU mode (the mode in which codes from the Jig RCU can be received). (See SECTION 2 SPECIFIC SERVICE INSTRUCTIONS.)
Jig RCU [Data transmitting method] Depress the ( 3 ) button after the data code is set. CUSTOM CODE 43: A CODE 53: B CODE DATA CODE INITIAL MODE

3.3.2 FM waveform linearity


Signal Mode Equipment (A1) Alignment tape(SP, stairstep, NTSC) [MHP] (A2) Alignment tape(EP, stairstep, NTSC) [MHP-L] (B) (C) PB Oscilloscope TP106 (PB. FM) TP111 (D.FF) Guide roller [Mechanism assembly] Flat V.PB FM waveform Roller driver [PTU94002]

Measuring point (D) External trigger (E) Adjustment part (F) Specified value (G) Adjustment tool (H)

Fig.3-3a Jig RCU [PTU94023B] 3.3.1 Tension pole position


Signal Mode (A) (B) Back tension cassette gauge [PUJ48076-2] PB Adjust pin [Mechansim assembly] 25 - 51 gfcm (2.45 5 x 10-3 Nm]

Adjustment part (F) Specified value (G)

(1) Play back the alignment tape (A1). (2) Apply the external trigger signal to D.FF (E), to observe the V.PB FM waveform at the measuring point (D). (3) Set the VCR to the manual tracking mode. (4) Make sure that there is no significant level drop of the V.PB FM waveform caused by the tracking operation, with its generally parallel and linear variation ensured. Perform the following adjustments when required. (See Fig. 3-3-2a.) (5) Reduce the V.PB FM waveform by the tracking operation. If a drop in level is found on the left side, turn the guide roller of the pole base assembly (supply side) with the roller driver to make the V.PB FM waveform linear. If a drop in level is on the right side, likewise turn the guide roller of the pole base assembly (take-up side) with the roller driver to make it linear. (See Fig. 3-3-3a.) (6) Make sure that the V.PB FM waveform varies in parallel and linearly with the tracking operation again. When required, perform fine-adjustment of the guide roller of the pole base assembly (supply or take-up side). (7) Unload the cassette tape once, play back the alignment tape (A1) again and confirm the V.PB FM waveform. (8) After adjustment, confirm that the tape wrinkling does not occur at the roller upper or lower limits. (See Fig. 3-3-2b.) [Perform adjustment step (9) only for the models equipped with SP mode and EP (or LP) mode.] (9) Repeat steps (1) to (8) by using the alignment tape (A2).
Proper waveform variation

(1) Play back the back tension cassette gauge (A). (2) Check that the indicated value on the left side gauge is within the specified value (G). (3) If the indicated value is not within the specified value (G), perform the adjustment in a following procedure. a) Set the VCR to the mechanism service mode. (See SECTION 2 SPECIFIC SERVICE INSTRUCTIONS.) b) Set the VCR to the play back mode and adjust by turning adjustment pin to align the tension arm assembly edge with the main deck hole (A) on the right edge marker. (See Fig. 3-3-1a.)

Improper waveform variation Up Down

Tension arm assembly Edge Hole (A) Marker 0.5 mm Tension arm assembly Adjust pin

B Roller driver

Guide roller (supply side)

Tension brake assembly

Fig.3-3-1a 1-28 (No.82933)

Fig.3-3-2a

Improper

Proper

(a) Guide roller

(b) Guide pole

Fig.3-3-2b 3.3.3 Height and tilt of the A/C head Note: Set a temporary level of the height of the A/C head in advance to make the adjustment easier after the A/C head has been replaced. (See Fig.3-2-6c.)
Signal Mode Equipment (A) (B) (C) Alignment tape(SP, stairstep, NTSC) [MHP] PB Oscilloscope

(5) Turn the A/C head positioning tool fully toward the capstan. Then turn it back gradually toward the drum and stop on the second peak point position of the V.PB FM waveform output level. Then tighten the screws (4) and (5). (6) Perform the tracking operation and make sure that the V.PB FM waveform is at its maximum. If it is not at maximum, loosen the screws (4) and (5), and turn the A/C head positioning tool to bring the A/C head to a position, around where the waveform reaches its maximum for the first time. Then tighten the screws (4) and (5). Note: After adjusting, always perform the confirmation and readjustment of the item 3.3.5.
Toward the capstan Toward the drum A/C head positioning tool To the drum Head base Screw (4)

Screw (5) A/C head To the capstan

Measuring point (D1) AUDIO OUT terminal (D2) TP4001 (CTL. P) External trigger (E) Adjustment part (F) Specified value (G) TP111 (D.FF) A/C head [Mechanism assembly] Maximum waveform

Fig.3-3-4a

(1) Play back the alignment tape (A). (2) Apply the external trigger signal to D.FF (E), to observe the AUDIO OUT waveform and Control pulse waveform at the measuring points (D1) and (D2) in the ALT mode. (3) Set the VCR to the manual tracking mode. (4) Adjust the AUDIO OUT waveform and Control pulse waveform by turning the screws (1), (2) and (3) little by little until both waveforms reach maximum. The screw (1) and (3) are for adjustment of tilt and the screw (2) for azimuth.
Head base (2) (1) AUDIO OUT

Waveform output

Alignment tape [SP, stairstep] played with the SP head

Alignment tape [EP(LP), stairstep] played with the EP(LP) head

X-value adjustment point

Drum side

Control head position

Capstan side

Maximum

A/C head (3)

CTL.P

Fig.3-3-4b 3.3.5 Standard tracking preset


Signal Mode Equipment (A) (B) (C) Alignment tape(EP, stairstep, NTSC) [MHP-L] PB Auto adjust Oscilloscope TP106 (PB. FM) TP111 (D.FF) Jig RCU: Code 50 STOP mode (Maximum V.PB FM waveform) Jig RCU [PTU94023B]

Fig.3-3-3a 3.3.4 A/C head phase (X-value)


Signal Mode Equipment (A1) Alignment tape(SP, stairstep, NTSC) [MHP] (B) (C) PB Oscilloscope TP106 (PB. FM) TP111 (D.FF) A/C head base [Mechanism assembly] Maximum V.PB FM waveform A/C head positioning tool [PTU94010]

Measuring point (D) External trigger (E) Adjustment part (F) Specified value (G) Adjustment tool (H)

Measuring point (D) External trigger (E) Adjustment part (F) Specified value (G) Adjustment tool (H)

(1) Play back the alignment tape (A1). (2) Apply the external trigger signal to D.FF (E), to observe the V.PB FM waveform at the measuring point (D). (3) Set the VCR to the manual tracking mode. (4) Loosen the screws (4) and (5), then set the A/C head positioning tool to the innermost projected part of the A/C head. (See Fig. 3-3-4a.)

(1) Play back the alignment tape (A). (2) Apply the external trigger signal to D.FF (E), to observe the V.PB FM waveform at the measuring point (D). (3) Confirm that the automatic tracking operation is completed. (4) Set the VCR to the Auto adjust mode by transmitting the code (F) twice from the Jig RCU. When the VCR enters the stop mode, the adjustment is completed. (5) If the VCR enters the eject mode, perform adjustment for the audio control head phase (X-value) again. (No.82933)1-29

Mechanism Timing Chart


Mechanism mode Control plate mark
HIGH C CH LOW HIGH B CH LOW HIGH A CH LOW EJECT END E CASSUP U CASS-INS CI FF/REW FR STOP ST REV R SLOW/STILL SL PLAY P

Rotary encoder

Control cam angle Rotary encoder angle Pole base


ON HALF PRESS CONTACT OFF ON PLAY ON REV CONTACT OFF (C-INS) ON

69

136

230

264.7

318.7

370

412.42

20

42.6

52.6

114.6

150.4

167.8

178.8

207.2

218.2

240.2

251.2

293.2

304.2

320.4

335

Pinch roller

Guide arm
OFF ON HALF REV HALF FF/REW OFF ON CONTACT OFF ON CONTACT OFF ON

Tension arm

Main brake S

Main brake T

Sub brake S
OFF ON

Sub brake T
OFF ON

Capstan brake
OFF IN FF/REW

Direct gear
OUT PLAY OFF

Change lever 2
ON SUPPLY

Idler position

CENTER TAKE-UP READY

Take-up lever
RESET ON

Rec safety switch


OFF

Timer REC standby STOP (drum at stop) POWER OFF (cassette loaded)

Backspace Search REW

Slow FOR

REC pause REC Search FF STOP (drum in motion)

Operation mode

Slow REW

1-30 (No.82933)

SECTION 4 ELECTRICAL ADJUSTMENT


4.1 Precaution The following adjustment procedures are not only necessary after replacement of consumable mechanical parts or board assemblies, but are also provided as references to be referred to when servicing the electrical circuitry. In case of trouble with the electrical circuitry, always begin a service by identifying the defective points by using the measuring instruments as described in the following electrical adjustment procedures. After this, proceed to the repair, replacement and/or adjustment. If the required measuring instruments are not available in the field, do not change the adjustment parts (variable resistor, etc.) carelessly. 4.1.1 Required test equipments Color (colour) television or monitor Oscilloscope: wide-band, dual-trace, triggered delayed sweep Frequency counter Audio level meter Signal generator: RF / IF sweep / marker Signal generator: stairstep, color (colour) bar [NTSC] Recording tape (VHS/SVHS) Digit-key remote controller (provided) 4.1.2 Required adjustment tools
Jig RCU PTU94023B Alignment tape (SP, stairstep, NTSC) MHP Alignment tape (D-VHS STD, color (colour) bar) MD-1

Set the switches as shown below unless otherwise specified on the relevant adjustment chart. The switches that are not listed below can be set as desired. If the VCR is not equipped with the functions detailed below, setup is not required.
AUTO PICTURE/VIDEO CALIBRATION/ B.E.S.T./D.S.P.C. PICTURE CONTROL/SMART PICTURE VIDEO STABILIZER TBC Digital 3R VIDEO NAVIGATION/TAPE MANAGER OFF NORMAL/NATURAL OFF ON ON OFF

If there is a reference to a signal input methed in the signal column of the adjustment chart, Ext. S-input means the Y/C separated video signal and Ext. input means the composite video signal input. Unless otherwise specified, all measuring points and adjustment parts are located on the Main board. 4.1.5 EVR Adjustment Some of the electrical adjustments require the adjustment performed by the EVR system. The main unit have EEPROMs for storing the EVR adjustment data and user setups. Notes: In the EVR adjustment mode, the value is varied with the channel buttons (+, ). The adjusted data is stored when the setting mode changes (from PB to STOP, when the tape speed is changed, etc.). Take care to identify the current mode of each adjustment item when making an adjustment. When changing the address setting in the EVR adjustment mode, use the Jig RCU or the remote controller having numeric keypad with which a numeric code can be directly input. The remote control code of the Jig RCU corresponds to each of the digit keys on the remote controller as follows.
Digit-key 0 20 1 21 2 22 3 23 4 24 5 25 6 26 7 27 8 28 9 29

Alignment tape (S-VHS, SP/EP, color (colour) bar) MH-1H

Alignment tape (D-VHS HS, color (colour) bar) MD-1H

4.1.3 Color (colour) bar signal,Color (colour) bar pattern


Color bar signal [NTSC]
White(100%)

Color bar pattern [NTSC]


(75%)

Yellow

White(75%)

Cyan Green Magenta Red Blue

Magenta

Yellow

Green

White

Cyan

Blue

Red

100 IRE 1V

Burst

Code

40 IRE 40 IRE Q Horizontal sync I Q White 100% I Black

4.1.4 Switch settings and standard precautions The SW settings of the VCR and the standard precautions for the electrical adjustments are as follows. When using the Jig RCU, it is required to set the VCR to the Jig RCU mode (the mode in which codes from the Jig RCU can be received). (See SECTION 2 SPECIFIC SERVICE INSTRUCTIONS.)
Jig RCU [Data transmitting method] Depress the ( 3 ) button after the data code is set.

As the counter indication and remaining tape indication are not displayed FDP during the EVR adjustment mode, check them on the TV monitor screen. When performing the EVR adjustment, confirm that the FDP indication is changed to the EVR mode, as shown below.
FDP

Fig.4-1-5a EVR mode


INITIAL MODE

CUSTOM CODE 43: A CODE 53: B CODE DATA CODE

Fig.4-1-4a Jig RCU [PTU94023B] (No.82933)1-31

4.2 Servo circuit 4.2.1 Switching point


Signal (A1) Stairstep signal (A2) Alignment tape (SP, stairstep, NTSC) [MHP] (B) (C) PB Oscilloscope

Mode Equipment

(5) Transmit the code (F) from the Jig RCU to adjust so that the duration a from the waveform end (Hi/Low switching point of D.FF) to the rising edge of subcode area becomes the specified value (G). (6) Set the VCR to the stop mode or eject mode. (7) Play back the signal (A1) of the alignment tape (A3). (8) Repeat steps (2) to (6) in the mode (B3).
a

Measuring point (D1) TP501 (Y TO SE) [Main board] (D2) TP106 (PB-FM) [Main board] External trigger (E) Specified value (G) Adjustment tool (H) TP111 (D.FF)/slope : 7.5 0.5H Jig RCU [PTU94023B]
D-VHS envelope

Adjustment part (F1) Jig RCU: Code 51 or 52

(1) Play back the signal (A1) of the alignment tape (A2). (2) Apply the external trigger signal to D.FF (E) to observe the VIDEO OUT waveform and V.PB FM waveform at the measuring points (D1) and (D2). (3) Set the VCR to the manual tracking mode. (4) Adjust tracking so that the V.PB FM waveform becomes maximum. (5) Transmit the code (F1) from the Jig RCU to adjust so that the trigger point of the VIDEO OUT waveform is changed from the trailing edge of the V.sync signal becomes the specified value (G). (6) Set the VCR to the stop mode.
Trigger point Switching point V.sync

Sub code area End of waveform (D.FF signal Hi/Low switching point)

Fig.4-2-2a D-VHS switching point 4.2.3 Slow tracking preset


Signal Mode (A1) Ext. input (A2) Color (colour) bar signal [NTSC] (B1) VHS SP (B2) VHS EP TV-Monitor Jig code 71 or 72 Minimum noise Jig RCU [PTU94023B]

Measuring point (D) Adjustment part (F) Specified value (G) Adjustment tool (H)

V. rate

Fig.4-2-1a Switching point 4.2.2 D-VHS switching point


Signal (A1) Color (colour) bar (A2) (STD) Alignment tape [MD-1] (A3) (HS) Alignment tape [MD-1H] (B1) PB (B2) D-VHS STD (B3) D-VHS HS (C) Oscilloscope (STD) TP621 (PB DATA1) (HS) TP622 (PB DATA2) (STD) TP111 (VIDEO/STD/HS1 FF) (HS) TP602 (A/HS2 FF) Jig RCU: Code 51 or 52 230 20sec Jig RCU [PTU94023B]

Mode

(1) Record the signal (A2) in the mode (B1), and play back the recorded signal. (2) Set the VCR to the manual tracking mode. (3) Set the VCR to the FWD slow (+1/6x) mode. (4) Transmit the code (F) from the Jig RCU to adjust so that the noise bar becomes the specified value (G) on the TV monitor in the slow mode. (5) Set the VCR to the Stop mode. (6) Confirm that the noise bar is (G) on the TV monitor in the slow mode. (7) Repeat steps (3) to (6) in the REV slow (1/6x) mode. (8) Repeat steps (1) to (7) in the mode (B2). Note: For FWD slow (+1/6x) playback, transmit the code 08 from the Jig RCU to enter the slow playback mode, and transmit the code D0 for REV slow (1/6x) mode. 4.3 Video circuit 4.3.1 SD EE COMPONENT Y level
Signal Mode Equipment (A1) Internal color bar (A2) S-VHS (B) (C) EE Oscilloscope COMPONENT Y terminal Jig code 95 "01 : **" Jig code 21 Jig code 18 or 19 (Channel +/-) Jig code 3C

Equipment

Measuring point (D) External trigger (E) Adjustment part (F) Specified value (G) Adjustment tool (H)

(1) Play back the signal (A1) of the alignment tape (A2). (2) Apply the external trigger signal to D.FF (E) to observe the D-VHS envelope waveform at the measuring point (D). (3) Set the VCR to the manual tracking mode. (4) Adjust tracking so that the D-VHS envelope waveform becomes maximum.

Measuring point (D) EVR mode EVR address (F1) (F2) (F3) (F4) (F5)

Specified value (G) Adjustment tool (H)

1.00 0.02 Vp-p (terminated) Jig RCU [PTU94023B]

(1) Insert the cassette tape (A2) to enter the mode (B). (2) Observe the Y OUT waveform at the measuring point (D). 1-32 (No.82933)

(3) Set the VCR to the EVR mode by transmitting the code (F1) from the Jig RCU. (4) Set the EVR address to (F2) by transmitting the code (F3) from the Jig RCU. (5) Transmit the code (F4) from the Jig RCU to adjust so that the Y level of the Y OUT waveform becomes the specified value (G). (6) Release the EVR mode of the VCR by transmitting the code (F5) from the Jig RCU again. (When the EVR mode is released, the adjusted data is memorized.)

EVR mode EVR address

(F1) (F2) (F3) (F4) (F5)

Jig code 95 "03 : **" Jig code 23 Jig code 18 or 19 (Channel +/-) Jig code 3C

Specified value (G) Adjustment tool (H)

0.40 0.02 Vp-p Jig RCU [PTU94023B]

Y level

Fig.4-3-1a 4.3.2 EE Y (S-VHS) level


Signal (A1) Ext. input (A2) Color (colour) bar signal [NTSC] (A3) S-VHS (B) (C) EE Oscilloscope Y OUT (S terminal) Jig code 95 "02 : **" Jig code 22 Jig code 18 or 19 (Channel +/-) Jig code 3C

(1) Insert the cassette tape (A3) to enter the mode (B). (2) Observe the Y OUT waveform at the measuring point (D). (3) Set the VCR to the EVR mode by transmitting the code (F1) from the Jig RCU. (4) Set the EVR address to (F2) by transmitting the code (F3) from the Jig RCU. (5) Transmit the code (F4) from the Jig RCU to adjust so that the Y level of the Y OUT waveform becomes the specified value (G). (6) Release the EVR mode of the VCR by transmitting the code (F5) from the Jig RCU again. (When the EVR mode is released, the adjusted data is memorized.)

Y level

Mode Equipment

Measuring point (D) EVR mode EVR address (F1) (F2) (F3) (F4) (F5)

H. rate

Fig.4-3-3a 4.3.4 SD EE COMPONENT CB level


Signal Mode Equipment (A1) Internal color bar (A2) S-VHS (B) (C) EE Oscilloscope COMPONENT PB/CB terminal Jig code 95 "06 : **" Jig code 26 Jig code 18 or 19 (Channel +/-) Jig code 3C

Specified value (G) Adjustment tool (H)

1.00 0.02 Vp-p (terminated) Jig RCU [PTU94023B]

(1) Insert the cassette tape (A3) to enter the mode (B). (2) Observe the Y OUT waveform at the measuring point (D). (3) Set the VCR to the EVR mode by transmitting the code (F1) from the Jig RCU. (4) Set the EVR address to (F2) by transmitting the code (F3) from the Jig RCU. (5) Transmit the code (F4) from the Jig RCU to adjust so that the Y level of the Y OUT waveform becomes the specified value (G). (6) Release the EVR mode of the VCR by transmitting the code (F5) from the Jig RCU again. (When the EVR mode is released, the adjusted data is memorized.)

Measuring point (D) EVR mode EVR address (F1) (F2) (F3) (F4) (F5)

Specified value (G) Adjustment tool (H)

0.70 20 Vp-p (terminated) Jig RCU [PTU94023B]

Y level

H. rate

Fig.4-3-2a 4.3.3 EE Y (VHS) level


Signal (A1) Ext. input (A2) Color (colour) bar signal [NTSC] (A3) VHS (B) (C) EE Oscilloscope TP501 (Y TO SE) [Main board]

(1) Insert the cassette tape (A2) to enter the mode (B). (2) Observe the CB OUT waveform at the measuring point (D). (3) Set the VCR to the EVR mode by transmitting the code (F1) from the Jig RCU. (4) Set the EVR address to (F2) by transmitting the code (F3) from the Jig RCU. (5) Transmit the code (F4) from the Jig RCU to adjust so that the CB level of the CB OUT waveform becomes the specified value (G). (6) Release the EVR mode of the VCR by transmitting the code (F5) from the Jig RCU again. (When the EVR mode is released, the adjusted data is memorized.)

PB/CB level

Mode Equipment

Measuring point (D)

Fig.4-3-4a (No.82933)1-33

4.3.5 EE COLOR (S-VHS) level


Signal Mode Equipment (A1) Internal color bar (A2) S-VHS (B) (C) EE Oscilloscope C OUT (S terminal) Jig code 95 "00 : **" Jig code 20 Jig code 18 or 19 (Channel +/-) Jig code 3C

(6) If the specified value (G1) is not obtained, adjust the Adjustment part (F) so that the waveform level of the lower channel level becomes the specified value (G2). (Adjust before recording, then confirm it by playing back.)

Measuring point (D) EVR mode EVR address (F1) (F2) (F3) (F4) (F5)

Specified value (G2)

Specified value (G1)

V. rate

Fig.4-4-1a Audio REC FM 4.5 Digital circuit 4.5.1 HD EE COMPONENT Y level


Signal Mode Equipment (A1) Ext. input (i. LINK) (A2) HD color bar signal (B) (C) EE Oscilloscope COMPONENT Y terminal Jig code 95 "07 : **" Jig code 27 Jig code 18 or 19 (Channel +/-) Jig code 3C

Specified value (G) Adjustment tool (H)

0.286 0.01 Vp-p (terminated) Jig RCU [PTU94023B]

(1) Insert the cassette tape (A2) to enter the mode (B). (2) Observe the COLOR OUT waveform at the measuring point (D). (3) Set the VCR to the EVR mode by transmitting the code (F1) from the Jig RCU. (4) Set the EVR address to (F2) by transmitting the code (F3) from the Jig RCU. (5) Transmit the code (F4) from the Jig RCU to adjust so that the BURST level of the COLOR OUT waveform becomes the specified value (G). (6) Release the EVR mode of the VCR by transmitting the code (F5) from the Jig RCU again. (When the EVR mode is released, the adjusted data is memorized.)

Measuring point (D) EVR mode EVR address (F1) (F2) (F3) (F4) (F5)

Specified value (G) Adjustment tool (H)

0.70 0.02 Vp-p (terminated) Jig RCU [PTU94023B]

BURST level

Fig.4-3-5a 4.4 Audio circuit Note: GND (Ground) should be taken from the Tuner shield case. 4.4.1 Audio REC FM
Signal (A1) Ext. input (A2) Audio: No signal (A3) Video: Color (colour) bar signal [NTSC] (B) (C) S-VHS EP TBC:OFF Oscilloscope TP2253 (A. PB FM) [Main board] TP111 (D.FF) VR2251 (FMA REC LEVEL)

Mode Equipment

Notes: How to input the HD color bar signal. Connect an i.LINK cable between the another playback VCR's i.LINK input/output connector and this VCR's i.LINK input/output connector. Select input location"I-1 etc." on this VCR. Playback the color bar portion of the alignment tape[MD-1H] on another playback VCR. (1) Input the signal (A2) to enter the mode (B). (2) Observe the Y OUT waveform at the measuring point (D). (3) Set the VCR to the EVR mode by transmitting the code (F1) from the Jig RCU. (4) Set the EVR address to (F2) by transmitting the code (F3) from the Jig RCU. (5) Transmit the code (F4) from the Jig RCU to adjust so that the Y level (a) of the Y OUT waveform becomes the specified value (G). (6) Release the EVR mode of the VCR by transmitting the code (F5) from the Jig RCU again. (When the EVR mode is released, the adjusted data is memorized.)

Measuring point (D) External trigger (E) Adjustment part (F)

Y level (a)

Specified value (G1) 350 50 mVp-p (G2) More than 200 mVp-p

(1) Apply the external trigger signal to D.FF (E) to observe the Audio PB FM waveform at the measuring point (D). (2) Record the signal (A3) with no audio signal input in the mode (B), and play back the recorded signal. (3) Set the VCR to the manual tracking mode. (4) If the A.PB FM level is not within the specified value (G1), perform the adjustment in a following procedure. (5) Adjust the Adjustment part (F) so that the A. PB FM level of the higher channel level becomes the specified value (G1). (Adjust before recording, then confirm it by playing back.) 1-34 (No.82933)

Fig.4-3-2a

4.5.2 HD EE COMPONENT CB level


Signal Mode Equipment (A1) Ext. input (i. LINK) (A2) HD color bar signal (B) (C) EE Oscilloscope COMPONENT PB/CB terminal Jig code 95 "08 : **" Jig code 28 Jig code 18 or 19 (Channel +/-) Jig code 3C

Measuring point (D) EVR mode EVR address (F1) (F2) (F3) (F4) (F5)

Specified value (G) Adjustment tool (H)

0.525 0.020 Vp-p (terminated) Jig RCU [PTU94023B]

(1) Insert the cassette tape (A3) to enter the mode (B1). (2) Apply the external trigger signal to D.FF (E) to observe the waveform appeared at the measuring point (D). (3) Set the VCR to the EVR mode by transmitting the code (F1) from the Jig RCU. (4) Set the EVR address to (F2) by transmitting the code (F3) from the Jig RCU. (5) Transmit the code (F4) from the Jig RCU to adjust so that the waveform signal level a becomes the specified value (G). (6) Release the EVR mode of the VCR by transmitting the code (F1) from the Jig RCU again. (When the EVR mode is released, the adjusted data is memorized.) (7) Repeat steps (2) to (6) in the mode (B2). Notes: GND (Ground) should be taken from the PRE/REC board shield case. The signal level adjustment should be performed by setting the center (centre) of the darkened section on the CRT bright line. After adjusting, always perform the confirmation and readjustment of the item 4.5.4.

Notes: How to input the HD color bar signal. Connect an i.LINK cable between the another playback VCR's i.LINK input/output connector and this VCR's i.LINK input/output connector. Select input location"I-1 etc." on this VCR. Playback the color bar portion of the alignment tape[MD-1H] on another playback VCR. (1) Input the signal (A2) to enter the mode (B). (2) Observe the PB/CB OUT waveform at the measuring point (D). (3) Set the VCR to the EVR mode by transmitting the code (F1) from the Jig RCU. (4) Set the EVR address to (F2) by transmitting the code (F3) from the Jig RCU. (5) Transmit the code (F4) from the Jig RCU to adjust so that the PB/CB level of the PB/CB OUT waveform becomes the specified value (G). (6) Release the EVR mode of the VCR by transmitting the code (F5) from the Jig RCU again. (When the EVR mode is released, the adjusted data is memorized.)

Fig.4-5-1a D-VHS REC level 4.5.4 PLL f0 Notes: This adjustment should be done after the D-VHS REC level adjustment for the Digital circuit has been completed. Do not connect the probe or any other jig to the TP or shield case of the PRE/REC board during adjustment. If auto adjustment is not completed by the above procedure, re-adjust the adjustment item 4.5.3 again.
Signal (A1) Ext. input (A2) Optional (A3) DF-300 (B1) D-VHS STD (B2) D-VHS HS

PB/CB level

Fig.4-3-2a 4.5.3 D-VHS REC level


Signal (A1) Ext. input (A2) Optional (A3) DF-300 (B1) D-VHS STD REC (B2) D-VHS HS REC (C) Oscilloscope (STD) TP611 (REC LEVEL1) (HS) TP612 (REC LEVEL2) (STD) TP111 (VIDEO/STD/HS1 FF) [Main board] (HS) TP602 (A/HS2 FF)

Mode Equipment

Mode

Measuring point (D) External trigger (E)

Adjustment part (F1) (STD) Jig code 96 (HS) Jig code 91 (F2) Jig code 9B Specified value (G) Adjustment tool (H) STOP mode Jig RCU [PTU94023B]

Adjustment part (F1) Jig code 57 (F2) (STD) A:8 (HS) A:9 (F3) (STD) Jig code 28 (HS) Jig code 29 (F4) Jig code 18 or 19 (Channel +/-) Specified value (G) Adjustment tool (H) 1205mVp-p Jig RCU [PTU94023B]

(1) Insert the cassette tape (A3) to enter the mode (B1). (2) Set the VCR to the Auto adjust mode by transmitting the code (F1) from the Jig RCU. When the VCR enters the stop mode, the adjustment is completed. When the VCR enters the eject mode, insert the cassette tape again. (3) Release the Auto adjust mode of the VCR by transmitting the code (F2) from the Jig RCU. (4) Repeat steps (2) to (3) in the mode (B2).

(No.82933)1-35

CHARTS AND DIAGRAMS


NOTES OF SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM
Safety precautions The Components identified by the symbol are critical for safety. For continued safety, replace safety critical components only with manufacturer's recommended parts. 1. Units of components on the schematic diagram Unless otherwise specified. 1) All resistance values are in ohm. 1/6 W, 1/8 W (refer to parts list). Chip resistors are 1/16 W. K: K (1000), M: M (1000K) 2) All capacitance values are in F, (P: PF). 3) All inductance values are in H, (m: mH). 4) All diodes are 1SS133, MA165 or 1N4148M (refer to parts list). Note: The Parts Number, value and rated voltage etc. in the Schematic Diagram are for references only. When replacing the parts, refer to the Parts List. 2. Indications of control voltage AUX : Active at high. AUX or AUX(L) : Active at low.
Playback and recording signal path Recording signal path (including E-E signal path) Capstan servo path

4. Voltage measurement 1) Regulator (DC/DC CONV) circuits REC : Colour bar signal. PB : Alignment tape (Colour bar). : Unmeasurable or unnecessary to measure. 4) Indication on schematic diagram Voltage Indications for REC and PB mode on the schematic diagram are as shown below.

1 REC mode 2.5 (5.0) PB mode 1.8

PB and REC modes (Voltage of PB and REC modes are the same)

Note: If the voltages are not indicated on the schematic diagram, refer to the voltage charts. 5. Signal path Symbols The arrows indicate the signal path as follows. NOTE : The arrow is DVC unique object.
Playback signal path

3. Interpreting Connector indications


1 2 3 1 2 3

Removable connector
(Example)

Drum servo path

Wire soldered directly on board

R-Y Y

Playback R-Y signal path Recording Y signal path

1 2 3 1 2 3 4

Non-removable Board connector

6. Indication of the parts for adjustments The parts for the adjustments are surrounded with the circle as shown below.

Board to Board

Connected pattern on board The arrows indicate signal path


7. Indication of the parts not mounted on the circuit board Note: For the destination of each signal and further line connections that are cut off from the diagram, refer to "BOARD INTERCONNECTIONS" OPEN is indicated by the parts not mounted on the circuit board. R216 OPEN

2-1

CIRCUIT BOARD NOTES


1. Foil and Component sides 1) Foil side (B side) : Parts on the foil side seen from foil face (pattern face) are indicated. 2) Component side (A side) : Parts on the component side seen from component face (parts face) indicated.

2. Parts location guides Parts location are indicated by guide scale on the circuit board.
REF No. IC101 B : Foil side (A : Component side) C : Chip component D : Discrete component) LOCATION IC B C Category : IC 6A Horizontal A zone Vertical 6 zone

Note: For general information in service manual, please refer to the Service Manual of GENERAL INFORMATION Edition 4 No. 82054D (January 1994).

2-2

BOARD INTERCONNECTIONS

3D DIGITAL / 4M
JAPAN ONLY
C_FROM_DIGI

JAPAN ONLY

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SLOW PULSE KILLER DET 12C_DATA GR_VIDEO TU_VIDEO GR_ON[H] I2C_DATA BS_P.CTL BS_P.CTL 12C_CLK TRICK[H] ANT_CTL

CN1401

Y_FROM_DIGI

V/Y_TO_DIGI

C_TO_DIGI

CN7104

I2C_CLK

V.P CTL

Cr_OUT

BS_ANT

Y_OUT

SW12V

V.REF

BIT_IN

SW5V

LINE1

LINE2

LINE3

J7125 C.BOX

J7124 PAUSE

CN7101

GND

GND

GND

LINE1

LINE2

LINE3

Y_OUT

Cb_OUT

Cr_OUT

CN2

RXD

TXD

SW12V

BIT_IN

AL6V

I2C_CLK

BS_ANT

TU_VIDEO

ANT_CTL

12C_DATA

C_FROM_DIGI

Y_FROM_DIGI

SLOW PULSE

V/Y_TO_DIGI

KILLER DET

C_TO_DIGI

GR_VIDEO

GR_ON[H]

I2C_DATA

12C_CLK

V.P CTL

TRICK[H]

CN1901

AL_17V

GND[C]

SW5V

26[H]

V.REF

D.FF

Fsc

GND

GND

AL17V

26[H]

GND

GND

D.FF

GND

GND

GND

AL6V

RXD

TXD

GND

Fsc

CN1901

Cb_OUT

CN5601
PS3.3V PS3.3V PS1.8V PS1.8V PS5V

CN4
Fsc GND

CN7108
Fsc GND NC AUDIO_IN CH_SW MOD_B CONV[H] VIDEO_IN NC RF_AGC ( BT) TU_CE PLL_CLK PLL_DATA NC MB LOCK[L] TU[30V] IF_OUT IF_IN NC NC AUDIO_OUT SIF_OUT AFT VIDEO_OUT NC RF_AGC NC TU_CE PLL_CLK PLL_DATA NC MB LOCK[L] TU[30V] TP IF_OUT NC NC AUDIO_OUT SIF_OUT AFT VIDEO_OUT NC AUDIO_IN CH_SW MOD_B CONV[H] VIDEO_IN NC

CN9301
D/A_OUT[R] GND D/A_OUT[L] GND A/D_IN[R] GND A/D_IN[L] GND Y_TO_DIGI GND C_TO_DIGI GND Y_FROM_DIGI GND C_FROM_DIGI NC

CN5
D/A_OUT[R] GND D/A_OUT[L] GND A/D_IN[R] GND A/D_IN[L] GND Y_TO_DIGI GND C_TO_DIGI GND Y_FROM_DIGI GND C_FROM_DIGI NC

CN1
D/A_OUT[R] GND D/A_OUT[L] GND A/D_IN[R] GND A/D_IN[L] GND Y_TO_DIGI GND C_TO_DIGI GND Y_FROM_DIGI GND C_FROM_DIGI NC

CN7107
D/A_OUT[R] GND D/A_OUT[L] GND A/D_IN[R] GND A/D_IN[L] GND Y_TO_DIGI GND C_TO_DIGI GND Y_FROM_DIGI GND C_FROM_DIGI NC

CN5001

GND[D] GND[D] GND[D] GND[D] PS2.5V PS2.5V

BRN

PS3.3V(2)

BLU

CN5303
FAN6V GND

CN5602
SW12V GND SW5V AUDIO[-]

4
SUB SPU DMAIN DMAIN IF E5 E5 DDR MEMORY DIGITAL IF VIDEO AUDIO
CN8002
AL3.3V AL3.3V AL1.8V AL1.8V AL5V PS3.3V GND GND GND GND AL2.5V

Page 2-5
CN5305
GND GND GND GND

CN5502
GND GND GND GND

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2-25 2-27 2-29 2-31 2-33 2-35 2-37 2-39 2-41


CN9001
C_OUT GND

CN3
GND GND SW5V 12C_DATA_A/V 12C_CLK_A/V

CN7104
GND GND SW5V 12C_DATA_A/V 12C_CLK_A/V

3D SUB
JAPAN ONLY

CN7102
C_OUT GND Pb/Cb_OUT GND Pr/Cr_OUT GND D-Y_OUT

REG VIDEO/AUDIO SYNC DET S-SUB FMA/DEMOD SYSCON TUNER TERMINAL MAIN

Page Page Page Page Page Page Page Page

2-5 2-7 2-9 2-11 2-13 2-15 2-17 2-19

CN5501
NC AL5.1V AUDIO[-] FAN_CTL[H] AL4V AL4V GND[D] GND[D] AL12V M12V M12V GND[M] GND[M] GND GND AL6V AL6V AL17V

CN5301
NC NC AUDIO[-] FAN_CTL[H] AL4V AL4V GND[D] GND[D] AL12V M12V M12V GND[M] GND[M] GND GND AL6V AL6V AL17V BT2 48V

Pb_OUT/B_OUT GND Pr_OUT/Cr_OUT GND D-Y_OUT

S_DATA_TOSYS

FRONT_C_IN

FRONT_Y_IN

FRONT_V_IN

SEQUENCE_PULSE RXD

SEQ_P

D_CASS_SW

TXD

TXD RXD AT_ON HS2_FF HS1_FF REF30 REF5 HOST_RESET

S_DATA_FRSYS

BACK_UP_GND

AL2.5V

CN8003

CN3009
F.AUDIO[R] F.AUDIO[L]

BT2 48V

REC_SAFETY

CN3008

RCU5V

S_CLK

CN5603
AL5.1V GND

CN901

RC_IN RC_IN

GND

GND

GND

GND

GND

GND

AT_ON HS2_FF DFF/HS1_FF SVREF30 REF5HZ RESET[H] KBUS_REQ KBUS_CLK

SBE_A GND SBE_B HS1_FF HS2_FF

CN7191

GND

GND

GND

GND

GND

F.C_IN

F.Y_IN

FRONT_VIDEO

F.AUDIO[L]

F.AUDIO[R]

GND

RCU5V

REC_SAFE

S_CLK

GND

STB

BACK_UP_GND

S_DATA_TOSYS

KBUS_CLK GND KBUS_DATA P.MUTE[H] SYNC_DET LS2_FF

CN8001
TCK VSS TDI TDO TMS TRST DBI

GND KBUS_RXD/TXD P.MUTE[H] SYNC_DET LS2_FF

S_DATA_FRSYS

D_CASS_SW

KBUS_REQ

CN7002

STB

CN8004

GND

CN7005
GND AL5V

AUDIO_ERASE

FULL_ERASE

FW7001
DRUM_CTL_V CAP_REV[L] CAP_CTL_V

FW7081
D_CASS_SW GND

MAIN:CN3011

CTL_HEAD[+]

CTL_HEAD[-]

FVCC

CN8005
JLIP_TXD GND JLIP_RX AL3.3V AL5V

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12/17/22 GND[C] LDM1

DRUM_12V

CAP_FG

GND[M]

GND[M]

GND[C]

SW5V

CN2001

CN2002

CN3001

CN3003

CN3004

CN3002

LDM2

GND

LSC

LSB

D.PG D.FG

GND

GND

REC

LSA

RESET MODE FP

CN7006

NC

CN1

PB

CN603

LS2[H]

HS[H]

GND

V/STD/HS1_FF

SW5V

HS2_ENV

LS2_HEADSEL

D/HS1_ENV

D_REC_LEVEL1

D_REC_LEVEL2

A/HS2_FF

DVHS[L]

D_REC[L]

CH2_RECST[H]

CN8001
SW12V GND SW5V AUDIO[-]

CH1_RECST[H]

HS_RECST[H]

FW7007

CN1

Page 2-23

K1

STD1/HS1C_S

STD1/HS1C_F

REC_DATA_A

REC_DATA_B

REC_DATA_A

REC_DATA_B

PB_DATA_B

PB_DATA_A

PB_DATA_A

PB_DATA_B

KS1

KS1

VCCP

Page 2-21
K1

D_CASS_SW GND

HS1D_S

HS2D_S

HS2C_S

HS1D_F

HS2D_F

CN402

CN401

CN604

HS2C_F

STD2_S

STD2_F

RESET SW
GND

CN601

CN602

GND

GND

GND

GND

GND

GND

GND

OPEN

p10448001a_rev0.1

2-3

2-4

SW.REG AND MAIN(REG) SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS

D5403 MTZJ5.6C RD5.6ES/B3/

CN5501 C5406 0.01 /25 D5402 1SS133 1SS270A IC5401 MD1422N N/C VDD VDD VDD VDD N/C VGH N/C P.GND N/C VOUT VOUT VOUT VOUT N/C VGL Vboot N/C Vc c R/C GND OCL+ OCLS/S C5403 0.1 /25 R5407 0.1 1W R5421 0.2 1W C5404 0.1 /25 D5401 D1SF4A R5409 SHORT C5405 0.01 /50 C5407 1500 /6.3 R5406 0.1 1W R5401 5.6k L5402 10 L5403 10 NC AL5.1V AUDIO[-] FAN_CTL[H] AL4V K5401 SHORT AL4V C5408 100/16 GND[D] GND[D] AL12V M12V M12V GND[M] GND[M] GND GND AL6V AL6V AL17V BT2 48V B5603 ## C5606 IC5602 0.001 L5431 /50 MM1431AT UTCTL431 R5606 47k C5602 100 /16 R5604 150 R5605 1.8k ## C5508 ## B5607 Q5602 2SC5739/QP/ D5505 11ES2 1A3G ## C5507 # L5601 SHORT

F5001 CN5001 2A/250

# LF5001

C5102 R5103 4700p 680k /1k

T5001 QQS0142-001 QQS0143-001

D5202 FMX-12S FCF06A20 YG901C2 SF5LC20U ER602FCT

R5408 10k R5411 1k Q5401 2SC5739/QP/ CP5401 QMFZ049-2R5

D5001 D3SBA60 # VA5001 QAF0023-431 QAF0039-431 QAF0024-431 QAF0055-431 C5001 0.047 /250 C5002 0.022 /250 # C5003 R5104 47 1/4W C5101 100p /1k
FR

L5201 33 CP L5401 33

R5101 68k 2W OCP/ FB S D Vcc GND # IC5101

C5202 820 /16 D5102 SARS01

C5304 100 /16 C5409 100 /16

C5401 1500 /16

R5410 SHORT

VB GND VTS Vref

C5402 1000p /25

R5404 1M

N/C ampOUT N/C amp-

4
C5104 470p /1k # C5107 33p /1k C5103 27 /35

R5105 10

R5403 100k D5303 1SS133 R5405 10k

R5402 7.5k

TO FRONT/ TERM SUB


CN5603 AL5.1V CN5301 GND

R5106 3.9k D5104

# C5108 33p /1k ## C5106 0.01 /50

D5103 AU01Z ERA18-02 1SR153-400 10ELS2 PG104RS

R5319 180 1/2W L5202 33

R5320 180 1/2W

R5321 180 1/2W

R5322 180 1/2W

NC NC AUDIO[-] FAN_CTL[H] AL4V AL4V I

IC5603 PQ5EV3

TO DIGITAL
B5604
(SUB CPU)

CN5601 PS3.3V O G A S PS3.3V PS1.8V PS1.8V R5608 4.7k PS5V PS3.3V(2) GND[D] ## C5607 0.001 /50 GND[D] R5609 2.7k C5603 100 /16 GND[D] GND[D] PS2.5V PS2.5V

1SS133-T2 1SS270A-T2 D5203 SF5SC4 FSQ05A04B YG801C04 SB640FCT FMB-24M

# PC5101

R5107 680 R5108 0.27 1W R5310 0

C5105 470p /50

Q5301 2SD1819A/RS/ 2SC4081/RS/ 2PC4081/R/ R5307 390

# C5203 /10

C5305 100 /16

## R5323 100 2W

RD7.5ES/B1/ MTZJ7.5A D5308

GND[D] GND[D] AL12V M12V M12V GND[M] GND[M]

Q5302 DTA114EUA UN5111 RN2302 PDTA114EU D5302 MTZJ2.7B RD2.7ES/B2/ D5204 ERA18-02 1SR153-400 10ELS2 PG104RS R5309 12k

K5101 QQR0678-001 QQR0621-001

GND GND AL6V AL6V R5316 1k R5317 1.2k AL17V BT2 48V CN5303 C5205 4.7 /100 FAN GND CN5305 C5206 18 /50 GND GND GND GND CN5502 GND GND GND GND D5507 11ES2 1A3G ## C5608 0.001 /50 IC5604 UPC1944J HA17L431AP C5604 100 /16 R5612 4.7k R5610 68 Q5604 2SC5739/QP/ R5611 2.7k C5204 180 /25 B5602

R5301 220

R5308 10k C5303 47 /10

GROUND POINT FOR PRIMARY VOLTAGE


MY

# B5001

R5302 4.7k

R5303 1.5k

R5304 5.6k

MY

# B5002

C5301 0.15 /50 C5302 0.033 /50 R5305 68k

D5205 AU01Z ERA18-02 1SR153-400 10ELS2 PG104RS D5206 AU01Z ERA18-02 1SR153-400 10ELS2 PG104RS

GROUND POINT FOR SECONDARY VOLTAGE

TO SYSCON TUNER SYNC DET FMA/DEMOD VIDEO/AUDIO


P.SAVE[L] AL6V FAN_CTL[H] M12V GND[M] AL17V GND BT2 48V AUDIO[-] P.CTL[H] AL5V SW12V SW5V CN5602 SW12V

C5004 4700p /125 ## C5005 100p /125 # R5001 4.7M 1/2W

R5306 3.9k IC5301 L5431 MM1431AT UTCTL431

## R5326 # VA5003 QAF0023-431 QAF0039-431 QAF0024-431 QAF0055-431

## R5327

R5508 1k D5304 1SS133

Q5503 2SD1858/QR/

B5605

L5203 33 Q5501 2SD1858/QR/ D5207 FMX-12S FCF06A20 YG901C2 SF5LC20U ER602FCT C5207 680 /16 C5306 1000 /16 R5331 100 1/2W Q5311 2SB1068/KU/ R5333 1k Q5312 DTC114EUA UN5211 RN1302 PDTC114EU Q5505 DTA114EUA UN5111 RN2302 PDTA114EU D5501 MTZJ11C RD11ES/B3/ Q5502 2SC5739/QP/ R5503 470 R5504 1k D5503 1SS133 1SS270A C5504 100 /16 D5502 RD5.1JS/B2/ MA4051N/M/ R5506 10k

R5507 470

TO DIGITAL
(SUB CPU)

DANGEROUS VOLTAGE

R5332 10k

R5501 330

C5502 100 /16

C5503 0.001 /50

## R5509 2.2k

## D5506 1SS355 Q5510 DTC114EUA UN5211 RN1302 PDTC114EU ## Q5508 DTA114EUA UN5111 RN2302 PDTA114EU

GND SW5V AUDIO[-]

D5301 MTZJ15A RD15ES/B1/

Q5504 DTC114EUA UN5211 RN1302 PDTC114EU

R5502 4.7k

C5501 2.2 /50

Q5506 2SD1819A/RS/ 2SC4081/RS/ 2PC4081/R/

R5505 470

Q5507 ## B5606 DTA114EUA UN5111 RN2302 PDTA114EU D5504 MTZJ5.6C RD5.6ES/B3/ ## C5506

C5505 100 /16

## Q5509 2SD2144S/UV/

p20286001a_rev0.1

2-5

2-6

MAIN (VIDEO/AUDIO) SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM

TO FMA/DEMOD
Fsc GND NA_PB NA_REC A.IN1[R] A.IN1[L] F.AUDIO[R] F.AUDIO[L]

5
TO TERMINAL MAIN
F.AUDIO[L] F.AUDIO[R] A.IN1[L] A.IN1[R] GND R2004 OPEN R2007 10k

OPEN

10k

R2003 100

R2010

TO TUNER
TU_VIDEO GND

TO REG
SW12V SW5V GND Q47 DTA114WUA

C2003 47 /6.3

C2004 OPEN C2001 C2014 C2002 1 /50 4.7 /50 OPEN C40 10 /25

L2001 SHORT

TO FMA/DEMOD
FMA_CH1 FMA_COM FMA_CH2 Q46

TO DRUM
CN1 DTA114WUA D1 D2 1SS133 1SS133 C1 C133 0.01 0.01 0.01 C6 0.01

R2009

R79 OPEN C39 0.01 L5 C38 47 /6.3 C37 1 /50 470 470 1.8k 10

R118 0 R9 R8 R36

R21 100

R22 100

C2

L1 10

Q1 2SC4081/S/

Q48 Q2 2SC4081/S/ 2SC4081/S/ C3 C134 C4 0.01 0.01 0.01 C5 47 /6.3 TP111 D.FF R77 22k R120 0 R2021 33k C120 1 /50 C36 4.7 /25

X2 QAX0575

C54 0.01 B23 OPEN R45 33k

R44 22k

R42 680

C35 0.1

C2005 4.7 /50 C2007 22 /16 R2015 180 R2014 220k C2006 0.012 C2008 C2010 4.7 /50 0.0015 4.7 /50 R2013 6.8k

Q12 C34 0.1 1k C31 47 /6.3 R6 L11 12 C26 0.01 C27 C29 10k 0.0047 C28 3.3 /50 0.022 C30 0.47 /50 2SA1576A/QR/ C33 2.2 /50

TO SYSCON
CTL[+] CTL[-] GND C69 0.1 C70 0.01

Q3 2SC4081/S/

Q4 2SC4081/S/

Q49 2SC4081/S/ C8 0.1 C7 150p

R7 C32 0.01

CN2001 P/R A.E

R2051 C2051 330p

OPEN

C2011 2SC4081/QRS/ 2SD1819A/QRS/ Q2051 2PC4081/R/ C2053 0.0047 R2054 12k R2056 68 R2057 47k R2058 18k Q2052 2SA1576A/QR/ 2SB1218A/QR/ 2PA1576/R/ R2059 47k R2060 18k Q2054 2SA1576A/QR/ 2SB1218A/QR/ 2PA1576/R/ Q2055 DTC144WUA PDTC144WU UN521E RN1309 Q2003 DTA144WUA PDTA144WU UN511E RN2309 R2017 15k Q2053 DTC144WUA PDTC144WU UN521E RN1309 R2066 0 C2009 0.001

R2053 4.7k MY C2052 0.082

TO SYSCON
A.MUTE[H] EP_SHORT[L] SP_SHORT[L] V/STD/HS1.FF

C25 R2016 47k

4p

CTL

R2052 OPEN

T2051

C2055 10 /25

C2054 0.022

R2055 3.3

C2056 OPEN IC1 JCP8051-NSA C61 0.01 C136 0.1 OPEN C62 0.1 OPEN D5 OPEN D4 OPEN C23 0.01 L3 R4 0 10 R66 OPEN R48 1k

VIDEO_ENV L4 10 I2C_DATA_A/V I2C_CLK_A/V V.PULSE ET_REC[H] NORM/MESEC/S AGC_CTL[H] SB_GAIN B17 C84 22p R34 22k C2012 4.7 /25 R33 OPEN C10 C11 C12 150p 0.1 7p R2 1.5k R3 100 C14 0.1 C15 C16 C63 0.01 0.1 0.1 R75 OPEN C17 C18 C9 C41 C19 C20 3.3 1 0.01 1 2.2 1 /50 /50 /50 /50 /50 OPEN C21 C22 0.1 47 /6.3 C24 C80 0.1 0.01 OPEN R46 470 C.SYNC Q32 OPEN

QQR0002-001 PELN0832 PELN0954 CN2002 FE

R2067 0

Q2001 2SC4081/QRS/ 2SD1819A/QRS/ 2PC4081/R/ R2018 4.7k

L2 100

L20 SHORT

R1 6.2k

C81

OPEN

2
TO SYSCON
N.REC[H] N.REC_ST[H] L15 10 TP106 R25 10k

Q2002 2SC4081/QRS/ 2SD1819A/QRS/ 2PC4081/R/

R2019 4.7k

Q21 Q17 DTC144WUA L13 47 C64 22p 2SA1576A/QR/

2SC4081/QRS/ R27 1k

2SC4081/QRS/ Q8 R32 1k R104 6.8k R93 1k L19 10 R68 2.2k C73 12p L28 15 C110 330p C135 2SC4081/QRS/ 0.01 R49 1k Q38 Q23 R5 100 B11 OPEN

R29 2.2k

Q7 R12 100 C72 47p

C71 0.01 C60 47 /6.3 C59 0.01 R26 8.2k

B48 OPEN R28 1k

C74 12p

Q9 R31 1.2k

Q33

R90 470 2SC4081/QRS/

2SA1576A/QR/

DTC144WUA

GND MAIN_ALC_DET

1
TO S-SUB

Y_TO_AV V_FROM_AV REC_COLOR Y_TO_SUB PB_COLOR REC_YC_MIX Fsc VHS_REC_V

C51 1 /50 OPEN

TO TERMINAL

REAR2_V_IN

p10453001a_rev0

2-7

2-8

MAIN (SYNC DET) SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM

(SYNC DET)
TO REG

SW5V SW12V GND R254 8.2k R253 12k Q252 2SA1576/RS R256 100k C252 0.01 R252 1.5k Q251 D251 DA204U DTC144W R251 10k

3
TO S-SUB
Y/V_TO_DIGI R257 330 C255 0.1 Q253 2SC4081/RS R255 C254 22k OPEN

C253 470p C251 2.2 /50

TO SYSCON
SYNC_DET[L]

LF251 PELN0806

p30105001a_rev0

2-9

2-10

MAIN (S-SUB) SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM


TO VIDEO/AUDIO
MAIN_ALC_DET V_FROM_AV VHS_REC_V REC COLOR PB_COLOR Y_TO_SUB REC_YC_MIX

TO REG.

Y_TO_AV

# R564

# B502 # R565 1k

CH CH CH CH CH CH CH CH

# R567 470 # Q504 C508 0.47 /50 L501 10

TP501 Y_TO_SE IC502 VC2076DP C521 4.7 /25

CH

# Q501 # R562 # R563 560 270

1.5k # Q502 # C562 0.01 # Q503

# R566 470 R504 R505 3.6k 3.9k R506 390 R508 150 C522 2.2 /50 C523 2.2 /50 R510 1k 0.5 C524 C525 R507 C526 R509 C527 300p 2 300p 2 1.2k 100p 1.6k 180p

47 /6.3

SW5V

GND

GND

Fsc

C513 C512 4.7 0.01 /25

C509 10 /16 C535 0.01 L504 10

R569 C_FROM_DIGI 1M GND Y_FROM_DIGI GND Y/V_TO_DIGI GND C_TO_DIGI GND C514 0.01 C516 4.7 /25

C511

C510

4
TO TERMINAL TO TERMINAL, SYNC DET TO TERMINAL

TO DIGITAL

0.01

C528

270p 2

L503 10

R511 470 0.5

C529 R512 C530 R513

82p 2 1k 0.5 220p 2 1.5k 0.5 300p 2 300p 2

C505

4.7 /25 C533 C534 0.01 47 /6.3

R514 3.3k 0.5 R515 3.3k 0.5

C531 C532

C515

0.01

R503 220

C504 0.1

3
C536 C537 0.01 0.01

C503 C502

2.2 /50 0.01

C518

0.1

TO SYSCON
I2C_DATA_A/V I2C_CLK_A/V WIDE_DET C519 C520 2.2 /50 4.7 /25 C501 2.2 /50

GND

IC501 JCP8038 C551 1 /50 C553 0.01 R522 10K R568 150 C555 0.01 C554 1/50 C556 0.01 R523 10K C557 1 /50 C559 0.01 R524 10K C560 1 /50

D501 1SS355

C561 1 /50

C507 C506

47 /6.3 0.01

C552 0.01

C558 0.01

TO TERMINAL MAIN TO TERMINAL


REAR1_Y_IN GND REAR1_C_IN GND REAR2_Y_IN GND FRONT_V_IN GND FRONT_C_IN GND FRONT_Y_IN

REAR2_C_IN REAR1_V_IN BIAS_FOR_C_OUT GND

p20289001a_rev0

2-11

2-12

MAIN (FMA/DEMOD) SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM

R2256 2.2k VR2251 REC_FM_ADJ 10k

Q2252 DTC144WUA PDTC144WU UN521E RN1309 Q2253 DTC144WUA PDTC144WU UN521E RN1309

R2254 10k Q2251 DTC144WUA PDTC144WU UN521E RN1309

5
C2222 0.01

Q2254 DTC114EUA PDTC114EU UN5211 RN1302

TO REG
SW12V SW5V AL5V AUDIO[-] Q2201 DTA144WUA PDTA144WU UN511E RN2309 DTC144WUA PDTC144WU UN521E RN1309 Q2202
47 /6.3 OPEN # C6601 1 /50

GND

C2211 47 /6.3

C2210 10 /25

C2213

C2212

COMP

L2201 SHORT

TO TUNER

C6506 1 /50

R2255

R2220 1k

# C6517 0.22

# R6502 3.3k

C2209 10 /25

27k

# C6504 0.1

# C6516

TP2253 A.PB_FM

# C6508
R2601 150 R2602 39

0.022 R2253 100

D2601 OPEN # C6602 C2643 OPEN C2644 0.01 C2646 OPEN R2642 220 R2211 10K R2209 330 R2210 4.7k IC2641 BA15218F VCC D2201 OPEN C6510 C6511 OPEN OPEN # C6509 1 /50 0.1 C2259 # C6512 # C6604 C2214 # C6513 0.022 OPEN 10 /16 C2257 2.2 /50 0.01 R2252 3.3k 0.33 /50 R2251 4.7k C2208 R2257 # L6501 0.015 680k

TO SYSCON
ET_REC[H] I2C_DATA2 I2C_CLK2 A.MUTE[H] LED D2251 1SS133 JUSTCLK H.REC_ST[H] S.CASS[H] A.ENV/ND[L] A/HS2.FF

VEE Q2203 Q2204

2SC4081/QRS/ 2SD1819A/QRS/ 2PC4081/R/ R2213 4.7k C2215 10 /16

0.01 C2256 C2255 C2254 0.01 47 /6.3

L2251 10

R2641 220 C2645 OPEN C2641 OPEN C2642 0.01 R2212 10K

K2251 OPEN C2261 OPEN

C2253

0.01

R2214 330 R2215 180

C2262 OPEN C2263 OPEN

K2252 OPEN K2253 OPEN C2260 0.01

TO VIDEO/AUDIO
C2252 L2272 C2282 0.01 1.8 120P Q2277 2SC4081/QRS/ 2PC4081/R/ 2SD1819A/QRS/ Q2278 2SC4081/QRS/ 2PC4081/R/ 2SD1819A/QRS/ Q2280 OPEN R2258 220 FMA_CH2 FMA_CH1 FMA_COM Q2284 2SC4081/QRS/ 2PC4081/R/ 2SD1819A/QRS/

TO VIDEO/AUDIO
Fsc NA_REC GND

C2216 47 /16

C2217 OPEN

C2219 C2220

22 /16 10 /25

C2251 R2218 R2606 47K R2605 1K C2612 C2611 680p 680p R2607 47K C2609 OPEN C2604 OPEN R2610 4.7K C2650 0.0033 C2649 0.0033 3.9K R2219 1K C2221 # C6514 # C6605 # C6515 C2205 C2603 47 /25 C2605 47 /25 0.022 0.022 1 /50 C2206 R2603 1K C2207

0.01 0.015 10 /25 10 /25

NA_PB A.IN1[R] A.IN1[L]

C2288 OPEN

C2285 OPEN

C2286 OPEN

C2287 OPEN

TP2254 A.REC_FM

R2282 2.2K

R2283 2.2K

R2284 2.2K Q2279 DTA114EUA PDTA114EU UN5111 RN2302 R2285 2.2K

R2286 OPEN Q2281 OPEN Q2282 OPEN

R2604

1K

4.7 /50

4.7 /50

R2609 220 VSS VEE INH Z0 Z Z1 Y0 Y1 VEE IC2602 BA15218F VCC C IC2601 BU4053BCF B A X0 X1 X Y VDD C2606 OPEN C2608 47 /25 R2608 220 R2611 4.7K C2610 OPEN R2222 R2221 R2664 R2665 470 470 47K 47K

# IC2201
10 /16 47 /6.3 10 /25 0.1 1 /50

# C6502

# C6503

C6501

C2201

C2202

C2203

C2204

R2287 OPEN

R2288 OPEN

Q2283 OPEN
R2202 6.8k R2204 6.8k R2206 6.8k R2208 6.8k

TO SYSCON
D_REC[L] H.REC[H]

R2224 6.8K

R2223 6.8K

Q1704 2SA1576A/QR/

R2289 R2290

0 0

D_VHS[L] FLY_ON[H] FLY_REC[H]

C2607 47 /25

2
TO TERMINAL TO VIDEO/AUDIO

GND A.IN2[R] A.IN2[L] F.AUDIO[R] D/A_OUT[R] F.AUDIO[L] D/A_OUT[L] A/D_IN[R]

C2647 0.0033

C2648 0.0033

L1702 10 R1708 47k C1708 10 /16 R2201 R2203 47k 47k R2205 R2207 47k 47k R1707 4.7k Q2604 2SC4081/QRS/ 2PC4081/R/ 2SD1819A/QRS/ R1705 Q1703 DTC144WUA Q1705 DTC144WUA RN1309 68k L1701 15 C1706 15p Q1702 2SA1576A/QR/ C1703 47p C1702 47p C1707 0.01 R1706 39k R1704 39k C1705 0.001 C1704 100p R1703 560 R1702 680 R1701 220 C1701 0.022

Q1701 2SA1576A/QR/

C1709 0.1

TO TERMINAL

A/D_IN[L] AUDIO_OUT[R] AUDIO_OUT[L] R2623 1K R2621 R2622 1K 1K C2627 C2628 680p 680p C2622 OPEN R2627 220 R2624 47K R2625 47K C2621 OPEN

R2662 4.7K Q2601 DTA144WUA PDTA144WU UN511E RN2309

Q1706 DTC144WUA RN1309

C2623 0.01 Q2603 2SC4081/QRS/ 2PC4081/R/ 2SD1819A/QRS/

R2663 4.7K

VSS

VEE

INH

Z0

Z1

Y0

Y1

R2661 1K VEE IC2622 BA15218F VCC Q2602 DTC144WUA PDTC144WU UN521E RN1309 C2624 OPEN R2626 220

X0

X1

VDD

IC2621 BU4053BCF

TO SYSCON
A_SEL_A A_SEL_B A_SEL_C

C2625 OPEN

C2626 0.01

p10454001a_rev0

2-13

2-14

MAIN (SYSCON) SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM


TO TERMINAL MAIN TO VIDEO/AUDIO
A.ENV/ND[L] VIDEO_ENV

S.CASS[H]

A.MUTE[H]

A/HS2.FF

C.SYNC

#CN3011

TO TERMINAL MAIN

TO D-PRE/REC CN603

D_REC_LEVEL1

NORM/MESEC/S

SW5V D_REC_LEVEL2

CH2_RECST[H]

CH1_RECST[H]

LS2_HEADSEL

V/STD/HS1_FF

I2C_DATA_A/V

V/STD/HS1.FF

EP_SHORT[L]

SP_SHORT[L]

I2C_CLK_A/V

N.REC_ST[H]

H.REC_ST[H]

AGC_CTL[H]

D/HS1_ENV

FLY_REC[H]

HD_OUT[H]

I2C_DATA2

ET_REC[H]

LINE2INFO

LINE1INFO

FLY_ON[H]

A.MUTE[H]

TO FMA

I2C_CLK2

N.REC[H]

D_REC[L]

JUSTCLK

D_VHS[L]

A_SEL_C

H.REC[H]

SB_GAIN

A_SEL_A

A_SEL_B

V.PULSE

PAUSE

HS_RECST[H]

A/HS2_FF

HS2_ENV

D_REC[L]

DVHS[L]

LS2[H]

HS[H]

GND

CTL[+]

CTL[-]

SW5V

RMO

TXD

(SYSCON)

LED

C3050 OPEN

R3254 10k

R3255 10k

R3257 10k

R3253 10k

R3256 10k

0.047

VCC

HSH

DRECL

DVHSL

LS2H

C3047

FLYRECH

IC3005 BU2090FS

HRECH

DATA

GND

CLK

NC

NC

R3248

1k R3250 10k R3249 10k

C4018 100p

TO DRUM/MDA
CN3001 DRUM_12V GND[M] DRUM_CTL_V D.PG

R4019 10k

R4021 10k

C4014 C4013 100p 0.056

C3033 0.047

C4012 1

C4011 0.1

R3247 1k

R4015 5.6k

R4018 R4017

1k 1k

# R3275 2.7k

D.FG

# R3274 4.7k

R3273 10k

R3271 1k

R3272 1k

Q4003 DTC114EU

C4017 0.0022

Q4002 DTC114EU

LMC2

GND LMC1

2.2k

220

100

100

VCC

NRECH

DATA

GND

CLK

NC

NC

R4012

R4011

R4010

R4009

R3105

R3104

R3094

R3093

R3088

R3087

R3086

R3103

R3097 R3096

R3092

R3090

L1INF_B

L1INF_A

CN3002 LDM1 LDM2

C3014 47 /6.3

0.047

47 /6.3

22 /16

C3001 0.1 Q3001 2SD1819A/QRS/ 2SC4081/QRS/ 2PC4081/R/

560

BA15218F-XE

HDOUTH

P.SAVEL

18k

IC3006 BU2090FS

SUB_CPU_RESET

HI_S_FF_REW

V/STD/HS1.FF

N.REC_ST[H]

H.REC_ST[H]

EP_SHORT[L]

VUP2L

VUPH

C3049

L2INF

Vcc

C4004

VCC

GND

C3002 0.01 C3003 10 /50

R4107

R3204 2.2k

C4010 0.022 Q4001 UN5211 DTC114EUA PDTC114WU RN1302

C4006

R3202 4.7k R3203 10k R3217 5.6k

R4003

R4004

R3201 10k

SP_SHORT[L]

EXP_DATA2

ET_REC[H]

EXP_DATA1

P.MUTE[H]

DRUMPWM

A.MUTE[H]

A/HS2.FF

V.PULSE

AGC_CTL

CTLREF

EXP_CLK

CAPPWM

C.SYNC

SEQ_ P

REF5

DPG

Vcc

DFG

Vss

FANCTL

P.CTLH

REF30

TP4001 C4005 CTL.P OPEN

560

C4101 0.01

R4109 10k

R3091

R3089

R3085

TO LOADING MDA

Vref

C4103 22 /16 R4108 8.2k

C4105 22 /16 C4001 OPEN

100

100

100

IC3004 BA6956AN

1k

1k

1k

1k

1k

1k

1k

1k

1k

1k

NBE20JM-226X NBE40JM-476X

1k

1k

C4015 220p

R4013 1k

NBP41CM-226X

R4020

10k

C4016 820p

R4014

1.8k

C3032 Vss R3083 Vcc R3081 R3080 R3079 R3078 R3077 R3076 R3075 R3074 R3072

0.047

CTL[+] SVss CTL[-]

4.7k

10k

10k 10k

10k

10k

IC4101

1k 1k OPEN 1k OPEN 1k 100 220 1k 1k B3001 OPEN 12p R3230 4.7k R3231 1k

# R3278

R3279

R3280

R3276

R3281

R3277

TO CAPSTAN MDA
CN3003 GND[C] CAP_FG CAP_CTL_V SW5V GND[M] CAP_REV[L] NC 12/17/22 C3004 0.047

R4005 5.6k

CTLBIAS C4007 OPEN 1 CTLFB CTLAMPOUT CTLSMTIN CFG SVcc AVcc # IC3001 HD6432194SXD**F HD64F2194CFD**

HS_RECST[H] CH2_RECST[H]

R4101 100k C4104 0.27 R4007 1k

C4102 0.47 R4102 22k C4009 0.27 C4002 0.01 R3011 C4008

LS2_FF FLY_ON[H] LS2_H_SEL AT_ON I2C_DATA2 I2C_CLK2

4.7k 4.7k 4.7k 100k 100k 4.7k 4.7k 4.7k 4.7k 4.7k 4.7k 4.7k

LED AFC END_SENSOR KEY_IN1 KEY_IN2 A.ENV/ND( L) START_SENSOR HS2_ENV VIDEO_ENV D/HS1_ENV NORM/MESEC/S WIDE_DET AVss CTL_GAIN

CH1_RECST[H] SYNCDET[L] MODE Vcc OSC2( OUT) Vss OSC1( IN) RES X1 X2 NMI FWE S_CASS[H] TU_V_MUTE[H] JUST_CLK

CP3002 QMFZ050-1R5X-E

CP4001 QMFZ050-1R5X-E

R4103 100

C4003 0.001 R4104 1k

R3012 R3013 R3014 R3015 R3016 R3017 R3018 R3019 R3020 R3021 # R3022

NC

A_SELC

A_SELA

A_SELB

R3251 10k

5
R3252 OPEN

GND

RXD

TO TUNER
I2C_DATA2 I2C_CLK2 TU_V_MUTE[H]

D4101 DA204U-X R4105 100

R3069 100 X3002 R3229 1M R3066 1k X3001

C3037 QAX0527-001 QAX0528-001 QAX0532-001 QAX0533-001 C3036 C3025 C3041

47 /6.3

0.047

GR_ON[H] AFC

18p

VSS RST

VCC

C3031

TO ROTARY ENCODER
CN3004 LSB LSC LSA GND[C]

R3215 10k R3216 10k R3214 10k R3025 R3026 D3009 11ES2 R3027 SHORT SHORT SHORT

C3024 QAX0444-001 12p QAX0445-001 R3062 R3061 R3060 # R3059 R3058 R3057 R3246 10k 1k 1k 1k 4.7k 100 100k

OPENC3026 0.01 13p

CP

CP

C3030

IC3002 IC-PST3427U-X C3027 10 /6.3 NBE20JM-106X

TO S-SUB
I2C_DATA_A/V I2C_CLK_A/V WIDE_DET

D_REC_LEVEL1

D_REC_LEVEL2

S.DATA_TOSYS

S.DATA_FRSYS

LSB

PAUSE/COMPU_IN

LSA LSC

CONPU_OUT/TEST_IN

I2C_DATA_AV

GR_ON[H]

PROTECT

K-BUS_IN

SB_GAIN

CAP_REU(L) D3006 11ES2 D3007 11ES2 Q3007 2SB1256 R3210 R3211 180 27k R3208 180 R3209 27k

REC_SAFETY K-BUS_REQ

POWER_DET

I2C_CLK_AV

EXP_DATA3

K-BUS_OUT

K-BUS_CLK

D_CASS[H]

TO SYNC DET
(NOT USED) SYNC_DET[L]

SP_FG

100

100

100

100

100

100

100

10k

R3029 4.7k

Q3002 PTZ-NV16A

Q3003 PTZ-NV16A

PC3002 GP3S123

GP3S123

D3011 1SS133

1k

PC3001

10k

100

R3241

10k

100k 100k 100k

2.2k

2.2k

4.7k

4.7k

4.7k

4.7k

R3206 18k R3205 180

R3207 18k

TU_FG

S.CLK

LMC1

LMC2

LMC3

STB

Vss

RMO

Vcc

RC

Q3013 UN521E-X

# IC3003 AT24C**N-10SC-X 24LC**B/SN-X BR24C**F-X X24C**S-X R3294

TO DIGITAL CN8003
CN3009 LS2_FF SYNC_DET P.MUTE[H] KBUS_DATA GND KBUS_CLK KBUS_REQ

R3034

R3036

R3037

R3039

R3040

# R3042

# R3044

R3046

R3047

R3048

FAN_CTL[H] P.SAVE[L] P.CTL[H] AL17V M12V GND GND[M] AL6V SW5V SW12V 48V L3001 0.22

R3238 4.7k

VSS

A0

A1

A2

R3240 2.2k C3046 OPEN C3045 OPEN

R3041

R3243 R3244 R3245

R3049

R3050

R3051

R3052

R3053

R3056

TO REG

1k

VCC

Q3010 DTC114TU

0.047

0.047

Q3005 2SD1819A/QRS/ 2SC4081/QRS/ 2PC4081/R/ D3002 R3212 Q3004 2SD1819A/QRS/ 2SC4081/QRS/ 2PC4081/R/ D3003 RD39ES/B3/ MTZJ39C R3219 4.7k 1SS133

CN3010 UPDATE

100k

3.3k

3.3k

10k

10k

FWE

RESET

AL5V

GND

R3282 10k

SIO

SII

SDA

SCL

WP

D3001 LNB2301L01VI

R3226

C3043

R3235

R3236

R3227

C3040

C3042

C3016

R3228

0.01

470k

C3022 0.047

HOST_RESET REF5 REF30

R3224 3.3k

C3013

R3222 10k

R3213

R3242

Q3012 UN521E DTC144WUA PDTC144WU RN1309 S3002 QSW0695-001

R3223 3.3k

R3218 4.7k

330k

100k

HS1_FF HS2_FF AT_ON RXD SEQ_P TXD

C3012 47 /6.3

D3005 11ES2

R3220 100k

D3004 11ES2 C3011 3300 /6.3

TO DISPLAY CN7002
CN3008 RCU_5V BACK_UP_GND REC_SAFETY S_CLK S_DATA_TOSYS S_DATA_FRSYS STB RC_I N GND D_CASS_SW

p10449001a_rev0.1

2-15

2-16

MAIN (TUNER) SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM


# TU6001

MAIN (TUNER)

TO REG
GND SW5V SW12V BT2 AL6V

TO FMA/DEMOD
COMP

L6004 SHORT

# R6503 15k

4
# TU6001

# VR6601 22k

# R6504 10k

OPEN
R6020 1k

C6022 # C6020 # C6021 100P

OPEN 100P

R6021 L6001 SHORT

1k # C6007 1000 /10

# C6008 0.01

# C6006

0.01 # C6005 10 /50

D6002

HZ30-2L

R6031 100

L6032 SHORT

# C6033 0.001

# R6034 1M

R6030 3.3k

# B6608

TO VIDEO/AUDIO
TU_VIDEO

B6030 OPEN GND CF6031 OPEN Q6030 2SB1218A/QR 2SA1576A/QR 2PA1576/R # B6020 # Q6031 DTC114E

TO GR CN1901
CN1901 AL_17V BS_P.CTL AL6V SW12V

TO SYSCON
I2C_DATA2 I2C_CLK2

GND( C) I2C_DATA I2C_CLK BIT_IN ANT_CTL

TU_V_MUTE[H] AFC GR_ON[H]

BS_ANT TU_VIDEO GR_ON[H] GR_VIDEO

p10447001a_rev0

2-17

2-18

1
TO SYSCON
GND SW5V AL5V

3
TO SYSCON

LINE1INFO LINE2INFO RMO PAUSE RXD TXD HD_OUT[H]

# CN7101

# CN7104

MAIN (TERMINAL) AND TERMINAL SUB SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS

A
# R7146 # R7147 # R7148 8.2k 8.2k 10k 75 75 75 # R7121 # R7122 # R7123 C7125 1000 /6.3 C7126 1000 /6.3 C7127 1000 /6.3
L7101

C7120 47 /6.3 0.1

# J7126

SHORT

TO DIGITAL
(VIDEO) C7121

D1/D3

D7101 OPEN

CN9001
CN7102
VCC

LINE1 LINE2 LINE3 Y_OUT GND Cb_OUT GND Cr_OUT GND TXD RXD
R7137 R7138 R7139 75 75 75 D7103 OPEN

IC7103 BA7623F-X

B7103 B7104 B7105


D7102 OPEN

OPEN OPEN OPEN

GND

B
# L7151 100

C_OUT GND Pb/Cb_OUT GND Pr/Cr_OUT GND D-Y_OUT


# C7151 470 /6.3V

# R7152 220
# R7153 4.7k # R7154 10 1/2W

J7127 Cr_OUT

# J7125 C.BOX

# R7151 100

# Q7151 2SC1317/RS/-T

Cb_OUT

J7124 PAUSE

Y_OUT

C
CN7106 CN7105 D7104 RB721Q-40-T2

J7128 JLIP

NOT USED

J7123 OPEN

D
TO FMA/DEMOD

R7116 R7117
B7102 SHORT

100 100 D7105


C7131 OPEN R7133 2.2k

2-19 2-20
TO DIGITAL (AUDIO) CN9301
CN7107

1SS133-T2
NC J7108

D7106

1SS133-T2
R-OUT2 R-OUT1

Q7101 2SA1576A/QR/-X R7132 2.2k

GND AUDIO_OUT[R] AUDIO_OUT[L] A.IN1[R] A.IN2[R] A.IN1[L] A.IN2[L] F.AUDIO[L] F.AUDIO[R] GND A/D_IN[L] A/D_IN[R] D/A_OUT[L] D/A_OUT[R]

R7125 R7126
R7131 10k

100 100

J7107

OPEN

NC L-OUT1

R7135 SHORT

C7132 OPEN C7117 10/16

(TERMINAL)

R7136 OPEN Q7102 OPEN

L-OUT2

B7101

R7115
R7134 10k L7102 SHORT # R7127 10k # R7124 10k

75 R7120 75

NC

J7106

V-OUT2

V-OUT1

C7103 C7104
C7118 0.01

47 /6.3 0.1

C7106 0.01

E F
TO VIDEO/AUDIO TO S-SUB

R7113 R7118
C7110 0.01

75 75 R7128 SHORT R7129 SHORT

J7105

IC7101 BA7665FS-X

D/A_OUT[R] GND D/A_OUT[L] GND A/D_IN[R] GND A/D_IN[L] GND Y_TO_DIGI GND C_TO_DIGI GND Y_FROM_DIGI GND C_FROM_DIGI NC

C7107 100/16 C7108 22/16 C7105 100/16 C7109 22/16

R7114 R7119

75 75

S-OUT2

S-OUT1

R7104 R7105

100 100

NC

J7104

D7107 DA204U-X R7110 R7111 100 100

R-IN2 L-IN2 R7103 75 R7109 75 V-IN2 R7102 75

R-IN1 L-IN1 V-IN1

NC NC

J7103 J7102

# C7101

G
p10451001a_rev0

# C7102

R7108 75

J7101

REAR2_V_IN C_FROM_DIGI Y_FROM_DIGI C_TO_DIGI Y/V_TO_DIGI GND BIAS_FOR_C_OUT REAR1_V_IN REAR1_C_IN REAR2_C_IN REAR2_Y_IN REAR1_Y_IN FRONT_C_IN FRONT_Y_IN FRONT_V_IN GND

R7107 R7101

75 75

S-IN2

S-IN1

TO JACK CN7191
CN901 FRONT_C_IN GND FRONT_Y_IN GND GND FRONT_V_IN GND F.AUDIO[L] GND F.AUDIO[R] GND

RESET SW,REC SAFETY/D.CASS_SW,DISPLAY AND JACK SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS

5
S7009 CH+ S7010 CHS7011 POWER S7012 TIMER

S7005 REC

S7006 PAUSE

S7007 STOP/EJECT

S7008 PLAY

4
CN7006 K1 KS1 J7194 QND0084-001 J7191 QNN0023-004 PEMC1009-04 J7192 QNN0022-003 PEMC1010-03 J7193 QNN0022-002 PEMC1010-02 FW7007 OPEN S7004 OPEN

S7001 REW

S7002 FF

S7003 D-VHS

IC7002 GP1U28X [38kHz] GP1UM281XK

V.OUT VCC GND C7011 47 /6.3

RESET SW

TO MAIN(SYSCON) CN3008
CN7002 D-CASS-SW GND RC_IN STB S_DATA_FRSYS S_DATA_TOSYS S_CLK REC_SAFE BACK_UP_GND RCU5V R7194 75 R7192 SHORT C7192 OPEN

DI7001 LTG-0154M-J

D7001

1SS133 D7002

1SS133 D7003

1SS133

L7193 SHORT C7194 OPEN L7191 SHORT C7195 OPEN L7192 SHORT

GR4 GR2

C7196 0.01 D7199 RD9.1ES/B2/

R7193 75

R7191 75 D7191 OPEN D7192 C7191 OPEN

C7193 OPEN

SG_D GR3 SG_J GR1 IC7001 PT6958-X SG_H SG_F SG_E SG_G SG_A SG_B SG_C R7015 R7016 R7017 R7018 R7019 R7020 270 270 270 270 270 270 SG_D SG_E SG_F SG_G SG_H SG_J VDD GND GR5 GR4 GR3 GR2 GR1 GND SG_C/KS4 SG_B/KS3 SG_A/KS2 KS1 VDD K4 K3 K2 K1 STB CLK DIN DOUT OSC
OPEN OPEN OPEN OPEN

R7012 R7013 R7014

270 270 270

OPEN

L7194 SHORT

GR5

R7004 R7003 R7002 R7001 R7005

SHORT SHORT SHORT SHORT 51k B7051 OPEN B7052 SHORT B7053 SHORT

FW7001 REC_SAFETY

FW7081

S7061 QSW0602

S7063 QSW0695

C7003 C7004 C7005 C7006

C7001 0.1 C7002 220 /6.3

R7006 10k

TO MAIN(REG) CN5603
L7001 0.22 CN7005 AL5V GND B7001 SHORT

TO MAIN(TERMINAL) CN901

F.C_IN GND F.Y_IN GND GND FRONT_VIDEO GND F.AUDIO[L] GND F.AUDIO[R] GND

CN7191

p10450001a_rev0

2-21

2-22

PRE/REC SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM

# IC607 Q605 # R696 R686 4.7k L611 100 C653 0.01 C657 0.01 Q606 C649 0.01 C655 0.01 R687 4.7k # R695 # C696 L601 100 R691 10k # Q607 R688 1k C624 0.01 R694 10k Q608 D601 D602 R622 1k TP632 TP633 R609 75 TP631 C623 0.1 R623 10k Q641 2SC3936/BC/ C622 0.01 # R621 C642 0.1 C731 0.1 R746 10 B606 SHORT R689 1k C646 0.01 R637 330 R636 3.9k IC601 CXA1702AR C654 0.01 C652 R642 R641 18k 15k 100 /6.3 C648 R639 100 180 /6.3 C643 0.1 C647 0.022

C656 100 /6.3

C651 0.1

C650 0.1

Q601

R605 470 IC608 TC74HC02AF

R692 10k R693 10k

TO DMAIN IF
CN601 GND PB_DATA_A GND REC_DATA_A

R601 75

R604 0

# R607 R606 0 Q602 R608 0

# Q609

R690 10k

C601 100 /6.3

R602 150 C602 0.01

# R603 C603 0.01

TP611

4
IC609 TC7SH08F # IC604 IC603 TC74HC00AF C626 0.0047

R635 120 C625 0.01 R624 10k R625 470k C639 0.1 R626 150 # R697 R634 120

C641 0.022 C640 0.022 R747 10

Q642 2SC3936/BC/

TO DRUM
CN604 STD1/HS1C_F C732 0.1 STD1/HS1C_S STD2_S STD2_F HS1D_F

C627 0.1 C621 0.1

C692 0.01

C698 0.01

B603 SHORT

# C695

R627 100

Q643 2SC3936/BC/ C634 0.1

R748 10

HS1D_S HS2D_F HS2D_S HS2C_S HS2C_F

C628 0.01 Q621 R628 1k # IC610 B601 SHORT R631 0 R629 220 100 C630 0.01 L612 C629 100 /6.3 L613 100 C631 100 /6.3 C632 0.01 R632 0

R633 120

C733 0.01

C633 0.022

3
L631 100 C693 100 /6.3 C694 0.01 # C699

L615 100

C645 C644 270 0.01 /6.3

L624 100

C679 270 /6.3

C678 0.01

L632 100

L621 C688 100 100 /6.3

C689 0.01

L602 100

# IC606 BA10358F

# R704 # R705

R711 1.2k R715 10k Q615 C704 0.01

R708 18k C703 1000p TP621 C687 0.01 IC602 CXA2002R

C685 0.01 C686 0.01 R672 0 C684 100 /6.3 R671 R670 18k 15k C683 0.1 C682 100 /6.3

R668 330 C681 0.01 C680 0.1 C677 0.01 R667 3.9k

Vcc

Q616

D606 C705 1000p

Q614 Q613

Q603 R614 0

TO DMAIN IF

R611 75

# R617 R616 0 Q604 R618 0

C702 100 /6.3

C701 0.01 # R701 # R702

GND

R615 470

# R706

# R707

R716 8.2k R717 1k

C707 C706 0.01 470p

R714 47k

R713 47

R712 270

R710 1k

R709 10k

R651 0 C676 0.1 C734 0.01 R749 10

CN602 GND PB_DATA_B GND REC_DATA_B

C611 100 /6.3

R612 150 C612 0.01

# R613 C613 0.01

R619 75

R703 0

C662 0.01 R653 10k C663 C664 0.01 R654 C665 0.0047 470k 0.1

Q644 2SC3936/BC/

R666 270 R665 270

TP612 C675 0.022 C674 0.022 R750 10

Q645 2SC3936/BC/

C726 33p

C725 33p

C723 33p

C720 33p

C718 33p

C717 33p

C716 33p

C715 33p

C714 33p

C713 33p

C712 33p

C711 33p

C670 0.1 C661 0.1

R655 150

C673 0.1 C735 0.01 # R698 R657 100

TP622 Q623 R656 1k C667 0.01 C668 100 /6.3 R664 0 C669 0.01

R659 1k R658 220 Q624

10k

R734

R733

R732

R731

R728

R727

R726

R725

R724

R723

R722

R721

R735

R736

1
CN603

1k

1k

C666 0.01

R662 R663 0 0

TP602 100

L622

HS2_ENV

SW5V

GND

D_REC_LEV2

D_REC_LEV1

D/HS1_ENV

HS[H]

HS_RECST[H]

CH1_RECST[H]

TO MAIN

CH2_RECST[H]

V/STD/HS1_FF

LS2_HEADSEL

A/HS2_FF

DVHS[L]

D_REC[L]

LS2[H]

p10418001a_rev0

2-23

2-24

DIGITAL (SUB CPU) SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM


47P 47p 47p 47p 47p 47p 47p 47p

TO MAIN(SYSCON) CN3009
CN8003 QGF1016F2-16W R66 R67 R68 R69 R70 R71 R72 R73 0 TXD 0 SEQUENCE_PULSE 220 RXD 220 AT_ON 220 HS2_FF 220 DFF/HS1_FF 0 SVREF30 0 REF5HZ 220 RESET[H] 0 KBUS_REQ 0 KBUS_CLK GND

C38

C39

C40

C41

C42

C43

SERVOREF30

TXD_H
SVREF30

R50 R51 R52 R53 R54 R55 R56 R57 R58 R59 R60

220 220 0 0 470 470 220 220 0 220 220

SEQ_P

V_SBE 0

TXD_H

HSPA_FF

HSPB_FF

DIGITAL

SBE0

R46 OPEN

R88 OPEN
SIO_UART2_TX

B3 OPEN LANC_TXD_H IC7 OPEN

SEQ_P RXD_H
HSPB

HSPA

(SUB CPU)
IC5 SN74HCT08APW-X

AT_ON HSPB_FF HSPA_FF

IC6 SN74HCT08APW-X

TC74VHC05FT
R47 R48

IC8 SN74LV08APW-X

OPEN

OPEN

Vcc

SVREF30 REF5HZ ZP46 KBUS_REQ_H KBUS_CLK5V

C35 OPEN

C37

C44

SIO_UART1_TX

ZP45

R74 R75 R76

GND C36 0.1

R61 P.MUTE[H]
KBUS_REQ_H KBUS_REQ KBUS_CLK5V 4.7k HSPA_LS2 SIO_UART1_RX OPEN REF5HZ LS2_FF OPEN

220 220 220 470 OPEN OPEN


OPEN 47p 47p 47p 47p 47p 47p 0

R77 R78 R79 R80 R81 R87


OPEN

220 KBUS_RXD/TXD 220 P.MUTE[H] 0 SYNC_DET OPEN LS2_FF OPEN ZP803-18 OPEN ZP803-19

R62 R63 R64 R65 R86

C33 0.1
REF5

R45
SBE1 V_SBE1

C34 0.1

IC11 OPEN

SYNC_DET LS2_FF LANC_TXD_H LANC_RXD_H

KBUS_CLK

SIO_U2_RX

OPEN

LANC_RXD_H

R89

B4 OPEN
R90

R49

RXD_H

C45

C46

C47

C48

C49

C50

C51

C52

C32 0.1

C61

C31 0.1

C30 0.1

C63 47p B5 OPEN JLIP_TXD R91 220 JLIP_RXD R93


OPEN OPEN OPEN OPEN

C62 47p R92 0

CN8005 QGF1016F2-05W JLIP_TXD GND 0 R94 K4 AL3.3V 220 JLIP_RX

4
100 VIDEO_RST[L] 0 AUDIO_RESET 1k MAIN_RESET SOUT 4.7k SCS SCLK SCS SIN SIN JLIP_RXD JLIP_TXD R39 1k 480I_P[L] 10k 0 10k

NQR0129 K5 NQR0129 C64 47p

B6 OPEN V_SBE0 R82 470 CS


R95

C53

C54

C55

C56

C65 47p

AL5V CN8004 QGF1016F2-05W SBE.A GND

TO SUB CPU
AL5V AL3.3V[D]

R44 10K
10k 10k 100

VCC HCLD SCLK CLK SOUT SI

V_SBE1 HSPA_FF HSPB_FF

R83 R84 R85 C57 0.1 T

470 SBE.B 470 HS1_FF 470 HS2_FF C58 GND 22 /6.3 PELN0984-150Y K2 AL3.3V[D] K3 AL5V

SO C29 0.1 WP VSS

R41

R40

R38

R37

TO DMAIN IF
SW12V
X1A X0A VC C

R43

B7

R42

B8

R36

GND

IC4 AT25080N-10SC-X
DA0 VSS DA1 TEST AVSS AVRL DAVS AVRH AVCC PK7/AN7 PK6/AN6 PK3/AN3 PK2/AN2 PK1/AN1 PK0/AN0 DAVC DAVS VCC 480I_P[L] reserved_2 reserved_1 PL7/DACK2 MAIN_RESET E2PROM_CS VIDEO_RST[L] AUDIO_RESET E2PROM_SIN E2PROM_SOUT E2PROM_SCLK ( CLK27SEL) JLIP_RXD JLIP_TXD

SW5V PS3.3V[A] GND RA1 10K BC_D[0] BC_D[1] BC_D[2] BC_D[3] RA2 10K BC_D[4] BC_D[5] BC_D[6] BC_D[7] BC_D[0] D16 BC_D[1] D17 BC_D[2] D18 BC_D[3] D19 BC_D[4] D20 BC_D[5] D21 BC_D[6] D22 BC_D[7] D23 RA3 10K VSS BC_D[8] BC_D[9] BC_D[10] BC_D[11] RA4 10K BC_D[12] BC_D[13] BC_D[14] BC_D[15] BC_D[8] D24 BC_D[9] D25 BC_D[10] D26 BC_D[11] D27 BC_D[12] D28 BC_D[13] D29 BC_D[14] D30 BC_D[15] D31 A00 BC_A[0] A01 C19 0.1 BC_A[1] A02 BC_A[2] A03 BC_A[3] A04 BC_A[4] A05 BC_A[5] A06 BC_A[6] A07 VSS VCC BC_A[7] A08 BC_A[8] A09 BC_A[9] A10 BC_A[10] A11 BC_A[11] A12 LC1 PELN1148-223X BC_A[12] A13 BC_A[13] A14 BC_A[14]

R96

10k SIO_U2_RX SIO_UART2_TX

PELN0984-150Y

TO E5
SIO_U2_RX SIO_UART2_TX

TO DMAIN
SW12V SW5V AL3.3V[D] PS3.3V[A] GND

B12 B13

OPEN OPEN KBUS_CLK SIO_UART1_RX C28 0.1 KBUS_CLK R35 10k 10k B10 C59 R33 10k 0 VCC VCC ZP1-94 ZP1-93 ZP1-92 ZP1-91 GND GND R97 22 0.1 0 B9 0 SIO_UART1_TX

E5_RST[H] SIO_UART1_RX

KBUS_RXD KBUS_TXD KBUS_CLK

PI3/SIN3 PI4/SOT3 PI5/SCK3/TO3 VSS PJ0/SCL R34 PJ1/SDA VSS VC C DOC_TEST R32 SEQUENCE_PULSE TEST3 TEST2

SIO_UART1_TX KBUS_REQ KBUS_REQ SIO_SPI_CLK SIO_SPI_CLK

TO MEMORY
AL5V AL3.3V[D]

KBUS_OUT_L SIO_SPI_MOSI VIDEO_CS IC10 IC9 SN74AHCT1G125-X SIO_SPI_MISO SN74AHCT1G125-X

GND

TO E5 DDR
AL3.3V[D] AL2.5V[D] GND

TO E5
AL3.3V[D] AL2.5V[D] AL1.8V[D] GND

IC1

TEST1 TEST0

MB91154PFV107 MB91F154PFV107 MB91F155PFV107

PF4/FRCK PF3/IN3

TO VIDEO
SIO_SPI_CLK SIO_SPI_MOSI 0.1 VIDEO_CS DEM17_H B11 R25 0 0 0 0 VIDEO_MUTE[H] 0 D_REC_L DEM1 DEM0 A_MUTE SBE0 SBE1 SBE1 TP3 R21 SERVOREF30 SERVOREF30 HSPB HSPB TP2 TP1 C27 0.1 HSPA_LS2 HSPA_LS2 MAIN_RESET MAIN_RESET REF5 REF5 REF60 REF60 DMAIN_CS DMAIN_CS BC_WAIT R24 0 VIDEO_RXD

TO VIDEO
PS3.3V[A] PS3.3V[D] SW12V SW5V GND

PF2/IN2 R27 R26 DEM17[H] DEM1 DEM0 R23 A.MUTE R22 VIDEO_MUTE[H] 27PLL[H] DREC[L] ISCBDET[H] DECODE[H] VC C reserved_4 0 0

C60

TO DMAIN
FSC_H SBE0

TO AUDIO
AUDIO[-] SW5V GND PS3.3V[D]

AL5V CN8001 QGA2001F2-04W SW12V

PC4/INT5/CS1

PC6/INT6/CS2

PC7/INT7/CS3

KBUS_REQ

DMAIN_CS

P82/BRQ

CN5602

reserved_3

SW5V AUDIO[-]

C1 47 /16

C5 47 /16

KBUS_OUT

(SW.REG)

P81/BGRNTX

TO MAIN

GND

C2 0.1

A15 P60/A16
RDY VSS

ZP1-73

BC_WAIT BC_WS BC_WS BC_RS BC_RS B_CLK B_CLK BC_A[0-14] BC_A[0-14] BC_D[0-15] BC_D[0-15] HSPA HSPA KBUS_REQ E5_RST[H]

REF60

WR0X

WR1X

RSTX

HSP1

HSP2

REF5

RDX

MD2

MD1

MD0

VCC

TO MAIN
(SW.REG)

CN5601
CN8002 QGA2001F2-12W AL3.3V AL3.3V LC2

C3 100 /6.3 PELN1148-223X

C4 0.1

C6 0.1

FSC_H C17 47 /6.3 C18 0.1

VCC

VSS

CLK

X1

X0

ZP1-72
0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

B14 B15

OPEN OPEN

R17

R18

R12

R15

R16

R19

R1 150k R2 91k

VIN

LC3 PELN1148-223X

LC4 PELN1148-223X LC5 PELN1148-223X

VO

R5

R6

R8

DMAIN_CS D_REC_L HSPB AT_ON HSPA REF5 REF60

TO DMAIN IF
D_REC_L AT_ON

VC

LC7 AL5V PS3.3V GND GND GND GND AL2.5V AL2.5V LC8 PELN1148-223X T C15 47 /6.3 C13 47 /6.3 PELN1148-223X

PELN1148-223X

C14 0.1 C11 47 /6.3 C16 0.1 C12 0.1

R3 1k T C9 47 /6.3 C10 0.1 T C7 47 /6.3 C8 0.1

IC2 SI-3012LU-X C24 0.1


BC_WAIT 0

B_CLK

AL1.8V

BC_WS

BC_RS

LC6

BC_WAIT

AL1.8V

GND

ADJ

R98 OPEN

R13 OPEN

IC3 S-80927CNMC-W R20 10k

DEM17_H DEM1

TO AUDIO
DEM17_H DEM1

10k

10k

DEM0 DEM0 A_MUTE A_MUTE AUDIO_RESET AUDIO_RESET B1 VIDEO_RST[L] OPEN

R14

X1 NAX0530-001X

NC

VSS VDD

R10

R11

R4

R7

R9

CD C22 10p C23 10p C21 0.1 C25 0.0047

OUT C26 OPEN

TO VIDEO
VIDEO_RST[L] 480I_P[L]

OPEN

OPEN

OPEN

OPEN

OPEN

OPEN

OPEN

OPEN

OPEN

OPEN

OPEN

OPEN

OPEN

OPEN

OPEN

OPEN

480I_P[L] VIDEO_MUTE[H] Q1 DTC144EUA-X VIDEO_MUTE[H] P.MUTE[H] P.MUTE[H] SYNC_DET SYNC_DET

C121

C122

C123

C124

C101

C102

C103

C104

C105

C106

C107

C108

C109

C110

C111

C112

C20 0.1

K1 PELN0984-150Y

p10441001a_rev0

2-25

2-26

DIGITAL (DMAIN) SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM DIGITAL


(DMAIN)
DMD[15] DMD[14] DMD[13] DMD[12] DMD[11] DMD[10] DMD[9] DMD[8]
K212 OPEN K210 0 K213 OPEN PS3.3V[A]

DMA[8]

DMA[7]

DMA[6]

DMA[5]

DMA[9]

DMA[4]

TO SUB CPU
SW12V R262 OPEN R261 C231 4p 47 R255 390

UDQM

VCCQ

VCCQ

VSSQ

VSSQ

DQ15

DQ14

DQ13

DQ12

DQ11

DQ10

OPEN

DQ9

DQ8

CKE

VSS

VSS

CLK

GND

VDD

X2

GND CLK

100221-00

OPEN

VDD

C245

0.1

R263 OPEN

X202 C232 4p

22 /6.3 C234
T

VIN

DMA[0-11]

DMD[0-15]

C242

IC203 K4S161622D-TC80 HY57V16160DTC8

R264

RA213

RA210

RA209

RA208

RA207

OPEN

OPEN

OPEN

LDQM

VCCQ

VCCQ

VSSQ

VSSQ

VCC

VCC

DMA[0-11]

DMD[0-15]

OPEN

R253

C233

X1

0.1

NC

NC

A9

A8

A7

A6

A5

A4

IC209 OPEN

C244 OPEN D204 OPEN

DQ0

DQ1

DQ2

DQ3

DQ4

DQ5

DQ6

DQ7

CAS

RAS

A11

A10

WE

CS

A0

A1

A2

A3

DMD[10]

DMD[11]

DMD[12]

DMD[13]

DMD[14]

C240 0.1

DMD[15]

DMA[10]

DMA[11]

DMD[0]

DMD[1]

DMD[2]

DMD[3]

DMD[4]

DMD[5]

DMD[6]

DMD[7]

DMD[8]

DMD[9]

DMA[0]

DMA[1]

DMA[2]

DMA[3]

DMA[4]

DMA[5]

DMA[6]

DMA[7]

DMA[8]

DMA[9]

R252

R251

IC204 MK3727D

D203 MA8033/H/-X

D202 OPEN

OPEN

OPEN

R259 0

R254 27k

R260 0

10k

10k

10k

DMA[11]

DMA[10]

10k

OPEN

DMA[0]

DMA[1]

DMA[2]

DMA[3]

ZP207

ZP206

ZP135

ZP134

ZP60

ZP59

ZP58

ZP57

ZP56

DMD[0]

DMD[1]

DMD[2]

DMD[3]

DMD[4]

DMD[5]

DMD[6]

DMD[7]

OPEN

10k

R250

R249

R248

B218

B217

R247

C241 22 /6.3

IC205 C235 TC7SH08FU-X 0.1

B216 OPEN

C243 OPEN

C236 0.33

T C237 OPEN

R243

R244

R245

R246

TO E5
VCO_CTL

SDRAMWE

SDRAMDQMU

SDRAMDQML

TESTMODE0

TESTMODE1

TESTMODE2

TESTMODE3

TESTMODE4

SDRAMCAS

SDRAMCKE

SDRAMRAS

TMS

TDO

TCK

SDRAMADRS00

SDRAMADRS01

SDRAMADRS02

SDRAMADRS03

SDRAMADRS04

SDRAMADRS05

SDRAMADRS06

SDRAMADRS07

SDRAMADRS08

SDRAMADRS09

SDRAMADRS10

SDRAMADRS11

SDRAMADRS12

SDRAMADRS13

SDRAMCLK

SDRAMDATA00

SDRAMDATA01

SDRAMDATA02

SDRAMDATA03

SDRAMDATA04

SDRAMDATA05

SDRAMDATA06

SDRAMDATA07

SDRAMDATA08

SDRAMDATA09

SDRAMDATA10

SDRAMDATA11

SDRAMDATA12

SDRAMDATA13

SDRAMDATA14

SDRAMDATA15

TESTCLK

MONITOR00

MONITOR01

MONITOR02

MONITOR03

MONITOR04

MONITOR05

MONITOR06

MONITOR07

MONITOR08

MONITOR09

MONITOR10

MONITOR11

MONITOR12

MONITOR13

MONITOR14

MONITOR15

TESTCTL0

TESTCTL1

TESTCTL2

TESTCTL3

TESTCTL4

TESTCTL5

TESTCTL6

TESTCTL7

TRST
VPDX NSHEAD MXSEPA E5DTACK E5WE E5OE E5CS E5CKSET R239 MADD[21] MADD[20] MADD[19] MADD[18] MADD[17] MADD[16] MADD[15] MADD[14] MADD[13] K204 NQR0129-002X K205 0 K206 K207 0 0 10k MADD[6-21] LH_AR[6-15] MADD[1-5] R240 22

K211 PELN0984-150Y

TDI

R242 R241

10k OPEN DTACK[L] RD/WR[L] OE[L]/LDS[L] E5_XCS

4
TO E5
ENC_ST R257 10k TSINVALID TSINPST TSIN7 TSIN6 TSIN5 TSIN4 TSIN3 TSIN2 TSIN1 TSIN0 TPINPST TPIN7 TPIN6 TPIN5 TPIN4 RA215 10k TPIN3 TPIN2 TPIN1 BC_D[15] BC_D[14] BC_D[13] BC_D[12] BC_D[11] BC_D[10] BC_D[9] BC_D[8] BC_D[7] BC_D[6] BC_D[5] BC_D[4] BC_D[3] BC_D[2] RA206 0 RA205 0 RA204 0 RA203 0 TPIN0 HOSTDATA15 HOSTDATA14 HOSTDATA13 HOSTDATA12 HOSTDATA11 HOSTDATA10 HOSTDATA09 HOSTDATA08 HOSTDATA07 HOSTDATA06 HOSTDATA05 HOSTDATA04 HOSTDATA03 HOSTDATA02 HOSTDATA01 HOSTDATA00 HOSTADRS14 HOSTADRS13 HOSTADRS12 HOSTADRS11 HOSTADRS10 HOSTADRS09 HOSTADRS08 HOSTADRS07 HOSTADRS06 HOSTADRS05 HOSTADRS04 HOSTADRS03 HOSTADRS02 HOSTADRS01 HOSTADRS00 HOSTCS R204 R205 R206 MAIN_RESET BC_WS BC_WAIT BC_RS R208 R209 OPEN OPEN 10K 10K 10K HOSTBUSCLK HOSTALE SEL54EXT XSUBSEL XPWRSV XRESET HOSTWE HOSTWAIT DIV2SEL HOSTOE HOSTLOGICSEL IC201 JCP8054 ENCDATA[7] ENCDATA[6] ENCDATA[5] ENCDATA[4] ENCDATA[3] ENCDATA[2]

TO MEMORY
MADD[6-21]/MDT[0-15] LH_AR[6-15] MADD[1-5]

E5DATA15 E5DATA14 E5DATA13 E5DATA12 E5DATA11 E5DATA10 E5DATA09 E5DATA08 E5DATA07 E5DATA06 E5DATA05 E5DATA04 E5DATA03 E5DATA02 E5DATA01 E5DATA00 E5ADRS14 E5ADRS13 E5ADRS12 E5ADRS11 E5ADRS10 E5ADRS09 E5ADRS08 E5ADRS07 E5ADRS06 E5ADRS05 E5ADRS04 E5ADRS03 E5ADRS02 E5ADRS01 E5ADRS00 TSCLKOUT TSINCLK DIVCLKO CLK27O 24.576M_IN XTAL27I VCXO27I RECAREA_B RECDATA_B RECCLK RECAREA_A RECDATA_A XTAL19O XTAL19I PBDATA_B COEFFHOLD_B DISCRI_B CLK19BOUT ADCK_B AIN_B VCO19BCTL DAOUT_B DAOUTREF DAVRO DAVREF DAOUT_A VCO19ACTL AIN_A ADCK_A CLK19AOUT DISCRI_A

TO E5
TSCLK_SD

OPEN

0.01

TO E5
ENCDATA[0-7] ENCDATA[0-7]

ENCDATA[1] ENCDATA[0] R258 10k RA214 10k

MADD[12] MADD[11] MADD[10] MADD[9] MADD[8] MADD[7] MADD[6] LH_AR[15] LH_AR[14] LH_AR[13] LH_AR[12] LH_AR[11] LH_AR[10] LH_AR[9] LH_AR[8] LH_AR[7] LH_AR[6] MADD[5] MADD[4] MADD[3] MADD[2] MADD[1] R235 R234 R233 0 0 0

22 /6.3

Vcc T GND R238 0 IC206 SN74LVCU04APW-X K208 K209 0 0

C229

B215

C230

TO E5
DIVCLK_9M E5_27M

NQR0129-002X

C226 0.1 NC Vcc C227 0.01 GND OUT IC207 NAX0507-001X

R236 C228

1M 0.01

K203

VCC B222 OPEN GND IC208 SN74AHC1GU04K-X R271 OPEN Q202 C253 OPEN OPEN CN201 OPEN fsc

K214 0

R270

TO SUB CPU
BC_D[0-15] BC_D[0-15]

BC_D[1] BC_D[0] BC_A[14] BC_A[13] BC_A[12] BC_A[11] BC_A[10] BC_A[9] BC_A[8] BC_A[7] BC_A[6] BC_A[5] BC_A[4] BC_A[3] BC_A[2] BC_A[1] BC_A[0-14] BC_A[0]

C252 0.1 R265 OPEN R268 OPEN RECDATAB RECCLK RECDATAA R267 OPEN C247 OPEN

R272

OPEN

GND

TO SUB CPU
SW5V

R237 B213 OPEN B214 10k

R266 OPEN

FSC_H

CLKA XI
VCC

CLKC

R230

390 DISCRIB C222 10p

GND R229 220 ADCKB AINB

2
BC_A[0-14] DMAIN_CS B_CLK

B212 OPEN B211 OPEN R223 OPEN 0.5% R222 2.7k B210 OPEN B209 OPEN R217 C219

IC211 OPEN R269 C250 C249 OPEN IC210 OPEN OPEN OPEN

R228 22 VCO19BCTL R226 150 R227 220 0.5% 0.5% R225 100 R224 150 R220 150 R221 220 0.5% R219 22 C220 10p 390 10p R215 4.7k R216 330 DAOUTB DAOUTREF C221 0.1 DAOUTA VCO19ACTL AINA ADCKA R218 220 DISCRIA IC212 C251 OPEN

GND OPEN RECDATAB RECCLK RECDATAA DISCRIB ADCKB AINB VCO19BCTL DAOUTB DAOUTREF DAOUTA VCO19ACTL AINA ADCKA DISCRIA

XO

C224 5p

C248

GND

R231 OPEN

X201 NAX0510 C225 5p

C223 10p

CLKB

OE

VCC

VDD

R232 200

OPEN

TO DMAIN IF
RECDATAB RECCLK RECDATAA DISCRIB ADCKB AINB VCO19BCTL DAOUTB DAOUTREF DAOUTA VCO19ACTL AINA ADCKA DISCRIA 3.3VREC

VDDI[PLLVD3]

VDDI[PLLVD2]

VDDI[54MPLL]

SERVOREF30

REF60RES

PBDATA_A

REF5RES

OPEN

OPEN

TPREF5

HOSTIRQ

COEFFHOLD_A

4.7K

AVDD1

AVDD2

AVDD3

AVDD4

AVDD5

AVSS1

AVSS2

AVSS3

AVSS4

AVSS5

10k

10k

REF60

VDDE

VDDE

VDDE

VDDE

VDDE

VDDE

VDDE

VDDE

VDDE

VDDE

VDDE

VDDE

VDDE

VDDE

HSPA

HSPB

SBEA

SBEB

REF5

VDDI

VDDI

VDDI

VDDI

VDDI

VDDI

VDDI

VDDI

VDDI

VDDI

VSS

VSS

VSS

VSS

VSS

VSS

VSS

VSS

VSS

VSS

VSS

VSS

VSS

VSS

VSS

VSS

VSS

VSS

NC

NC

NC

NC

NC

NC

E5_RST[H]

NC

R214 6.8K

R211

R207

R212

R213

B207

B208

B204

0 B205

0 B206

OPEN

B201

B202

PELN0984-150Y K201 PS3.3V[A] GND T K202 PELN0984-150Y

L201 10

B203

AL3.3V[D]

T C217 C218 22 /6.3 0.1

0.5%

Q201 DTC144EUA-X

B221

D201 UDZ2.2B-X

C246 100p

R210

0.5%

TO SUB CPU
C201 22 /6.3 C202 0.1 L202 10 T C204 0.1 T C205 C206 0.1 22 /6.3 T C207 C208 0.1 22 /6.3 T C209 0.1 C210 0.1 C211 0.1 C212 22 /6.3 C213 0.1 C214 0.1 C215 0.1 C216 0.1 B219 B220 0 OPEN SERVOREF30 REF60 REF5 SBE1 SBE0 HSPB HSPA HSPA_LS2

VO

R201 51k

VIN

GND

R203 1k

C203 22 /6.3

ADJ

R202 100k

VC
IC202 SI-3012LU-X

p10442001a_rev0

2-27

2-28

DIGITAL (DMAIN IF) SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM

TO DMAIN
DAOUTA

DISCRIA VCO19ACTL ADCKA IC402 TLC2932-X R405 10k LOGVDD VCOVDD RBIAS VCOIN VCOGND VCOINH PFDINH NC C404 0.1 R401 OPEN C405 OPEN Q429 OPEN R404 100 R499 OPEN

L401 10

L402

10 R407 470 R409 470 R414 10k Q402 UMT2N C410 47 /6.3 C411 0.01 R420 R412 0 R413 0 Q403 UMX2N Q427 UMT2N 3.9k R415 10k

R424 10K Q405 2SC3930/C/ R421 10k Q406 2SC4081/QRS/ R425 1k

L404 10

C414 0.012

R429 470 Q408 2SA1532/C/ Q409 2SC5632

DIGITAL
(DMAIN IF)

R403 2.2k

SELECT VCOOUT FINA FINB PFDOUT LOGGND

C407 47 /6.3 R406 100 C409 1 C408 0.01

C416 0.1

C417 47 /16

Q407 2SC3930/C/

R408 1.2k R497 0 R498 OPEN R410 1k

C415 1 R432

R411 1k C412 0.1

R422 4.7k Q404 UMT2N

R423 470

R426 680

R430 1k

75 R431 100 C418 OPEN

TO SUB CPU

Q401 DTC114EUA-X

D_REC_L

R427

680

B401 B402

0 0 R456 10K

L403 15

C413 6p

R428 1.2k

TO DMAIN
DAOUTB DISCRIB VCO19BCTL ADCKB DAOUTREF IC404 TLC2932-X R437 10k LOGVDD SELECT VCOOUT FINA FINB PFDOUT VCOVDD RBIAS VCOIN VCOGND VCOINH PFDINH NC C422 0.1 R402 OPEN C423 OPEN C426 1 R435 2.2k Q430 OPEN R436 100 R416 OPEN C425 47 /6.3 C427 47 /6.3 C428 0.01 L405 10 L406 10

R439 470

R441 470

R446 10k Q410 UMT2N

R447 10k

Q413 2SC3930/C/ R453 10k R452

Q414 2SC4081/QRS/ R457 1k

L408 10

C431 0.012

R461 470 Q416 2SA1532/C/ Q417 2SC5632

C433 0.1

C434 47 /16

R444 0 R445 0 Q428 UMT2N

3.9k Q415 2SC3930/C/

R438 100 R440 1.2k R442 1k

Q411 UMX2N

C432 1 R464

3
TO DMAIN
AINA AINB 3.3VREC RECCLK RECDATAB RECDATAA B403 OPEN

LOGGND

R443 1k C429 0.1

R454 4.7k Q412 UMT2N

R455 470

R458 680

R462 1k

75 R463 100 C435 OPEN

R459

680

TO D-PRE/REC CN601
CN401 QGA2001F2-04V

L407 15

C430 6p

R460 1.2k

REC_DATA_A GND PB_DATA_A GND

L409 10

L411 10 R466 15k FL401 10MHz NQR0336-001X

R473 100 R474 100 Q421 2SA1532/C/ Q422 2SC3930/C/ C442 47 /16 C443 0.01 R471 330 R475 6.8k

R476 1k

R478 33k

2PRE

2CLR

2Q

1PRE 2CLK

Vcc

2Q

2D

1CLR

1CLK

GND

1Q

1Q

1D

C436 0.1

T C437 22 /6.3

R467 0 C438 0.01

C444 0.1

C439 LPF 0.1 L410 OPEN C440 OPEN Q419 DTC114EUA-X C441 0.01 R469 330 R470 2.7k LPF LPF

TO D-PRE/REC CN602
CN402 QGA2001F2-04V R480 75 C445 OPEN

IC405 SN74LV74APW-X

R465 390 Q418 2SC4081/QRS/

R468 56k

Q420 2SC4081/QRS/ R472 680

R477 330

R479 3.9k

REC_DATA_B GND PB_DATA_B GND

OPEN B404 L412 10 C446 0.1 T C447 22 /6.3 R483 0 C448 0.01 R482 15k FL402 10MHz NQR0336-001X

L414 10

R489 100 R490 100 Q425 2SA1532/C/ Q426 2SC3930/C/ C451 47 /16 C452 0.01 R487 330 R491 6.8k

R492 1k

R494 33k

C453 0.1

C449 LPF 0.1 L413 OPEN C450 OPEN R485 330 R486 2.7k LPF LPF

TO SUB CPU
AT_ON

IC406 TC7SH04FU-X SW12V SW5V PS3.3V[A] GND

R481 390 Q423 2SC4081/QRS/

R484 56k

Q424 2SC4081/QRS/ R488 680

R493 330

R495 3.9k

R496 75

C454 OPEN

p20283001a_rev0

2-29

2-30

DIGITAL (E5) SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM


SDRAM_DQ[16-31] SDRAM_CLK_L[1] SDRAM_CLK_L[0] SDRAM_DQ[0-15]

TO MEMORY

TO SUB CPU

SDRAM_DQM[3]

SDRAM_DQM[2]

SDRAM_DQM[1]

SDRAM_DQM[0]

SDRAM_DQS[3]

SIO_UART1_RX

SDRAM_DQS[2]

SDRAM_DQS[1]

SDRAM_DQS[0]

SIO_UART1_TX

SDRAM_RAS_L

SDRAM_CAS_L

SDRAM_CLK[1]

SDRAM_CLK[0]

SDRAM_WE_L

SDRAM_VREF

TO E5 DDR

SDRAM_CKE

DDR_A[0-13]

SIO_UART2_TX

SIO_SPI_MOSI

SIO_SPI_MISO

SIO_SPI_CLK

SIO_U2_RX

VIDEO_CS

DDR_A[15]

DDR_A[14]

SIO_UART2_TX

SIO_UART2_RX

E5_VDD25 R597 C543 OPEN DDR_A[0-13] SDRAM_DQ[16-31] SDRAM_DQ[0-15] 22

SDRAM_DQ[31]

SDRAM_DQ[30]

SDRAM_DQ[29]

SDRAM_DQ[28]

SDRAM_DQ[27]

SDRAM_DQ[26]

SDRAM_DQ[25]

SDRAM_DQ[24]

SDRAM_DQ[23]

SDRAM_DQ[22]

SDRAM_DQ[21]

SDRAM_DQ[20]

SDRAM_DQ[19]

SDRAM_DQ[18]

SDRAM_DQ[17]

SDRAM_DQ[16]

SDRAM_DQ[15]

SDRAM_DQ[14]

SDRAM_DQ[13]

SDRAM_DQ[12]

SDRAM_DQ[11]

SDRAM_DQ[10]

SDRAM_DQ[9]

SDRAM_DQ[8]

SDRAM_DQ[7]

SDRAM_DQ[6]

SDRAM_DQ[5]

SDRAM_DQ[4]

SDRAM_DQ[3]

SDRAM_DQ[2]

SDRAM_DQ[1]

DDR_A[15]

DDR_A[14]

DDR_A[13]

DDR_A[12]

DDR_A[11]

DDR_A[10]

DDR_A[9]

DDR_A[8]

DDR_A[7]

DDR_A[6]

DDR_A[5]

DDR_A[4]

DDR_A[3]

DDR_A[2]

DDR_A[1]

DDR_A[0]

R584

R583

R582

R570

R571

R581

R579

R578

R577

R576

GND

R575

(E5)

C540 1

SDRAM_DQ[0]

DIGITAL

ALE

10k

10k

10k

10k

22

22

22

22

22

22

TO DMAIN
E5_XCS GND RD/WR[L]

10k

TP506

R596

B502 0

OE[L]/LDS[L] DTACK[L]

R595

10k

REF60

TO SUB CPU
E5_VPAD OPEN
KBUS_REQ KBUS_OUT_L

R564

R569 R568 R567 R566 R501 R502 22 OPEN OPEN OPEN 22 22 R563 R562 R561 R560 R559 R590 R558 R586 R565

10k 22 22

TO MEMORY
DTACK_WAIT OE[L]/LDS[L] UWE[L]/UDS[L]

22 MEDUSA_INT[L] 220 R591 22 22 22 22 22 22 22 22 22 22 22 22 CS_L[4] CS_L[3] CS_L[2] CS_L[1] CS_L[0] CS_L[0-4] R587 10k R588 10k R589 OPEN E5_VPAD TP_WAIT[L] TP504 OPEN RD/WR[L]

TO AUDIO
DADI ASCLK

R503 R504 R505 R506

ALRCK

4
IEC ACLK ADDO

R557 R556 R508 22 R555 R554 R510 22

R512

RA522 0

TP503 TP_MADD[24] TP502 TP_MADD[23] TP505 MADD[5]

R513 R514

22 22

RA521 0

MADD[4] MADD[3] MADD[2] CS_L[0-4]

TO MEMORY
MADD[1-5] MADD[1-5] MADD[6-21] MADD[6-21]/MDT[0-15]

TO DMAIN
E5_27M R516 VCO_CTL R517 C542 GND 1000p R592 0 10k 10k IC501 DMN8600-C0 RA518 0 R520 R519 47k R521 0 RA519 0 22 RA520 0

MADD[1] MADD[21] MADD[20] MADD[19] MADD[18] MADD[17] MADD[16] MADD[15] MADD[14] MADD[13] MADD[12] MADD[11] MADD[10] RA517 0 MADD[9] MADD[8] MADD[7] MADD[6]

TO SUB CPU
E5_RST[H]

R522 Q501 DTC144EUA-X E5_VPAD R523 R594

10k OPEN 10k

3
TO VIDEO
VI_D[2-9] VI_D[2-9]

GND

VI_D[2] VI_D[3] VI_D[4] VI_D[5] VI_D[6] R552 0

GND VI_D[7] VI_D[8] VI_D[9] R551 R550 0 0 R593 10k

TO DMAIN
ENC_ST

TSCLK_SD VO_D[0-15] R549 R527 0 0

VO_D[0-15] VIDEO_CLK RA501 0 R547 0

RA502 0

R528 R529

0 0

R531

TO DMAIN
VO_D[0] VO_D[1] VO_D[2] VO_D[3] VO_D[4] VO_D[5] VO_D[6] VO_D[7] VO_D[8] RA524 VO_D[9] VO_D[10] VO_D[11] VO_D[12] VO_D[13] VO_D[14] VO_D[15] 10k ENCDATA[7] ENCDATA[6] ENCDATA[5] ENCDATA[4] ENCDATA[3] ENCDATA[2] ENCDATA[1] ENCDATA[0] RA523 10k R536 0 K502 0 K501 K503 0 GND E5_VPAD VCC C535 0.1 K511 PELN0984-150Y C532 0.1 R541 1.18k 1% E5_V5BIAS K509 NQR0129-002X C526 K506 NQR0129-002X GND C502 0.1 C503 0.1 C504 0.1 C508 0.1 C505 0.1 C509 0.1 C506 0.1 C510 0.1 C507 0.1 C511 0.1 C512 0.1 T C514 0.1 C539 0.1 C520 0.1 C521 0.1 C522 0.1 C524 0.1 C525 T 22 /6.3 C515 0.1 C516 0.1 C517 0.1 C518 0.1 C513 1 C519 22 /6.3 K507 NQR0339-001X K508 0 0.1 C527 0.01 C528 0.1 GND E5_VDDX NQR0129-002X E5_AVDD C530 IC502 SN74LVCU04APW-X K504 0 B501 0 C529 0.1 22 /6.3 T C531 0.1 K510 NQR0129-002X AL1.8V[D] AL2.5V[D] 10 L501 C534 0.1 K512 C533 22 /6.3 T GND GND IC503 SN74AHC1G04K-X R542 OPEN RA513 0 RA514 0 ENCDATA[7] ENCDATA[6] ENCDATA[5] ENCDATA[4] ENCDATA[3] ENCDATA[2] ENCDATA[1] ENCDATA[0] ENCDATA[0-7] ENCDATA[0-7]

TO DMAIN
DIVCLK_9M

E5_VPAD

NQR0129-002X

TO SUB CPU
AL3.3V[D]

RA509 0

RA510 0

Vcc

E5_VDD25

E5_AVDD

E5_VDDX

E5_V5BIAS

E5_VPAD

GND

C501 0.1

R537

R538

GND

R539 R540

22 22

C538 0.1

C537 0.1 C541 OPEN

p10443001a_rev0

2-31

2-32

DIGITAL (E5 DDR) SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM

VTT

RA728

100

SDRAM_DQ[16] SDRAM_DQ[17] SDRAM_DQ[18] SDRAM_DQ[19]

SDRAM_DQ[16] RA701 SDRAM_DQ[17] SDRAM_DQ[18] SDRAM_DQ[19] SDRAM_DQ[20] RA702 SDRAM_DQ[21] SDRAM_DQ[22] SDRAM_DQ[23] SDRAM_DQ[24] RA703 SDRAM_DQ[25] SDRAM_DQ[26] SDRAM_DQ[27] SDRAM_DQ[28] RA704 SDRAM_DQ[29] SDRAM_DQ[30] SDRAM_DQ[31]

DDR_DQ[16] DDR_DQ[17] DDR_DQ[18] DDR_DQ[19] IC704 K4H281638D-TCB3 DDR_A[0] DDR_A[1] DDR_A[2] DDR_A[3] DDR_A[4] DDR_A[5] DDR_A[6] DDR_A[7] DDR_A[8] DDR_A[9] DDR_A[10] DDR_A[11] DDR_A[12] DDR_A[13] A0 A1 A2 A3 A4 A5 A6 A7 A8 A9 A10/AP A11 BA0 BA1 CS CKE RAS CAS WE LDM UDM LDQS UDQS CLK CLK VREF VDD VDD VDD VDDQ VDDQ VDDQ VDDQ VDDQ GND GND GND GNDQ GNDQ GNDQ GNDQ GNDQ NC NC NC NC NC NC NC NC VREF VDD VDD VDD VDDQ VDDQ VDDQ VDDQ VDDQ GND GND GND GNDQ GNDQ GNDQ GNDQ GNDQ CLK CLK C769 1 D0 D1 D2 D3 D4 D5 D6 D7 D8 D9 D10 D11 D12 D13 D14 D15 DDR_CKE DDR_RAS_L DDR_CAS_L DDR_WE_L DDR_DQM[0] DDR_DQM[1] DDR_DQS[0] DDR_DQS[1] DDR_DQ[0] DDR_DQ[1] DDR_DQ[2] DDR_DQ[3] DDR_DQ[4] DDR_DQ[5] DDR_DQ[6] DDR_DQ[7] DDR_DQ[8] DDR_DQ[9] DDR_DQ[10] DDR_DQ[11] DDR_DQ[12] DDR_DQ[13] DDR_DQ[14] DDR_DQ[15] R741 R742 R743 R744 R745 100 100 DDR_CKE 100 DDR_RAS_L 100 DDR_CAS_L 100 DDR_WE_L DDR_CKE DDR_RAS_L DDR_CAS_L DDR_WE_L DDR_DQM[2] DDR_DQM[3] DDR_DQS[2] DDR_DQS[3] R739 R740 RA727 RA726 RA725 100 DDR_A[0] DDR_A[1] DDR_A[2] DDR_A[3] 100 DDR_A[4] DDR_A[5] DDR_A[6] DDR_A[7] 100 DDR_A[8] DDR_A[9] DDR_A[10] DDR_A[11] 100 DDR_A[12] 100 DDR_A[13] DDR_A[12] DDR_A[13] DDR_A[0] DDR_A[1] DDR_A[2] DDR_A[3] DDR_A[4] DDR_A[5] DDR_A[6] DDR_A[7] DDR_A[8] DDR_A[9] DDR_A[10] DDR_A[11] VTT IC705 K4H281638D-TCB3 A0 A1 A2 A3 A4 A5 A6 A7 A8 A9 A10/AP A11 BA0 BA1 CS CKE RAS CAS WE LDM UDM LDQS UDQS NC NC NC NC NC NC NC NC D0 D1 D2 D3 D4 D5 D6 D7 D8 D9 D10 D11 D12 D13 D14 D15 DDR_DQ[16] DDR_DQ[17] DDR_DQ[18] DDR_DQ[19] DDR_DQ[20] DDR_DQ[21] DDR_DQ[22] DDR_DQ[23] DDR_DQ[24] DDR_DQ[25] DDR_DQ[26] DDR_DQ[27] DDR_DQ[28] DDR_DQ[29] DDR_DQ[30] DDR_DQ[31]

DIGITAL
5

RA729 C711 1 RA730

100

SDRAM_DQ[20] SDRAM_DQ[21] SDRAM_DQ[22] SDRAM_DQ[23]

DDR_DQ[20] DDR_DQ[21] DDR_DQ[22] DDR_DQ[23]

(E5 DDR)

100

SDRAM_DQ[27] SDRAM_DQ[26] SDRAM_DQ[25] SDRAM_DQ[24]

DDR_DQ[24] DDR_DQ[25] DDR_DQ[26] DDR_DQ[27]

RA731

100

SDRAM_DQ[30] SDRAM_DQ[31] SDRAM_DQ[29] SDRAM_DQ[28]

DDR_DQ[28] DDR_DQ[29] DDR_DQ[30] DDR_DQ[31]

VTT RA732 C712 1 RA733 100 100 SDRAM_DQ[0] SDRAM_DQ[1] SDRAM_DQ[2] SDRAM_DQ[3] SDRAM_DQ[7] SDRAM_DQ[4] SDRAM_DQ[6] SDRAM_DQ[5] RA734 C710 0.1 RA735 100 100 SDRAM_DQ[8] SDRAM_DQ[9] SDRAM_DQ[10] SDRAM_DQ[11] SDRAM_DQ[12] SDRAM_DQ[13] SDRAM_DQ[14] SDRAM_DQ[15] SDRAM_DQ[0] SDRAM_DQ[1] SDRAM_DQ[2] SDRAM_DQ[3] SDRAM_DQ[4] SDRAM_DQ[5] SDRAM_DQ[6] SDRAM_DQ[7] SDRAM_DQ[8] SDRAM_DQ[9] SDRAM_DQ[10] SDRAM_DQ[11] SDRAM_DQ[12] RA708 SDRAM_DQ[13] SDRAM_DQ[14] SDRAM_DQ[15] 0 RA707 0 RA706 0 RA705 0 DDR_DQ[0] DDR_DQ[1] DDR_DQ[2] DDR_DQ[3] DDR_DQ[4] DDR_DQ[5] DDR_DQ[6] DDR_DQ[7] DDR_DQ[8] DDR_DQ[9] DDR_DQ[10] DDR_DQ[11] DDR_DQ[12] DDR_DQ[13] DDR_DQ[14] DDR_DQ[15] R754 100

IC701 OPEN

K703 0 R706 OPEN VREF


0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 C766

TO SUB CPU
AL2.5V[D]

K704 OPEN

R701 OPEN K701

VDDQ AVIN

C751

C752

C753

C754

C755

C756

C757

C758

C760

C761

C762

C763

C764

C765

OPEN C749 OPEN VTT PVIN VTT GND C536 OPEN NC T

C750 22 /6.3

C759 22 /6.3

IC702 K4H281638D-TCB3 R702 OPEN C704 OPEN C701 T OPEN R703 OPEN DDR_A[0] DDR_A[1] DDR_A[2] DDR_A[3] DDR_A[4] GND DDR_A[5] DDR_A[6] DDR_A[7] IC706 PQ015YZ01Z-X DDR_A[8] DDR_A[9] DDR_A[10] DDR_A[11]
VADJ GND Vin VO VB

IC703 K4H281638D-TCB3 DDR_DQ[0] DDR_DQ[1] DDR_DQ[2] DDR_DQ[3] DDR_DQ[4] DDR_DQ[5] DDR_DQ[6] DDR_DQ[7] DDR_DQ[8] DDR_DQ[9] DDR_DQ[10] DDR_DQ[11] DDR_DQ[12] DDR_DQ[13] DDR_DQ[14] DDR_DQ[15] R746 100 DDR_CKE DDR_DQ[0] DDR_DQ[1] DDR_DQ[2] DDR_DQ[3] DDR_DQ[4] DDR_DQ[5] DDR_DQ[6] DDR_DQ[7] DDR_DQ[8] DDR_DQ[9] DDR_DQ[10] DDR_DQ[11] DDR_DQ[12] DDR_DQ[13] DDR_DQ[14] DDR_DQ[15] VTT R733 R734 R735 R736 R737 R738 56 56 100 100 27 27 DDR_DQM[2] DDR_DQM[3] DDR_DQS[2] DDR_DQS[3] DDR_CLK[1] DDR_CLK_L[1] RA720 100 RA719 100 DDR_CLK[1] DDR_CLK_L[1] RA718 100 RA717 100 DDR_RAS_L DDR_CAS_L DDR_WE_L DDR_DQM[2] DDR_DQM[3] DDR_DQS[2] DDR_DQS[3] CS CKE RAS CAS WE LDM UDM LDQS UDQS CLK CLK VREF VDD VDD VDD VDDQ VDDQ VDDQ VDDQ VDDQ GND GND GND GNDQ GNDQ GNDQ GNDQ GNDQ C735 22 /6.3 C713 1 NC NC NC NC NC NC NC NC DDR_DQ[16] DDR_DQ[17] DDR_DQ[18] DDR_DQ[19] DDR_DQ[20] DDR_DQ[21] DDR_DQ[22] DDR_DQ[23] DDR_DQ[24] DDR_DQ[25] DDR_DQ[26] DDR_DQ[27] DDR_DQ[28] DDR_DQ[29] DDR_DQ[30] DDR_DQ[31] RA724 100 RA723 100 RA722 100 VTT DDR_A[0] DDR_A[1] DDR_A[2] DDR_A[3] DDR_A[4] DDR_A[5] DDR_A[6] DDR_A[7] DDR_A[8] DDR_A[9] DDR_A[10] DDR_A[11] DDR_A[12] DDR_A[13] A0 A1 A2 A3 A4 A5 A6 A7 A8 A9 A10/AP A11 BA0 BA1 D0 D1 D2 D3 D4 D5 D6 D7 D8 D9 D10 D11 D12 D13 D14 D15 DDR_DQ[16] DDR_DQ[17] DDR_DQ[18] DDR_DQ[19] DDR_DQ[20] DDR_DQ[21] DDR_DQ[22] DDR_DQ[23] DDR_DQ[24] DDR_DQ[25] DDR_DQ[26] DDR_DQ[27] DDR_DQ[28] DDR_DQ[29] DDR_DQ[30] DDR_DQ[31] VTT RA721 100

A0 A1 A2 A3 A4 A5 A6 A7 A8 A9 A10/AP A11 BA0 BA1 CS CKE RAS CAS WE LDM UDM LDQS UDQS CLK CLK VREF VDD VDD VDD VDDQ VDDQ

D0 D1 D2 D3 D4 D5 D6 D7 D8 D9 D10 D11 D12 D13 D14 D15

VTT

SDRAM_CKE

R707

0 0 0 0

DDR_CKE DDR_RAS_L DDR_CAS_L DDR_WE_L R757 100

DDR_A[12] DDR_A[13]

SDRAM_RAS_L R708 SDRAM_CAS_L R709 SDRAM_WE_L R710

DDR_CKE R752 270 0.5% C770 C771 0.1 0.1 R753 1k 0.5% C707 C708 0.1 470 /4 DDR_RAS_L DDR_CAS_L DDR_WE_L DDR_DQM[0] VTT RA713 100 DDR_A[0] DDR_A[1] DDR_A[2] C709 OPEN C714 OPEN DDR_A[3] RA714 100 DDR_A[4] DDR_A[5] C715 0.1 C716 0.1 C717 0.1 C718 0.1 C719 0.1 C720 0.1 RA715 100 DDR_A[6] DDR_A[7] DDR_A[8] DDR_A[9] DDR_A[10] DDR_A[11] C721 OPEN C722 OPEN R755 R756 C723 0.1 C724 0.1 R711 R712 R713 100 100 100 100 DDR_CKE DDR_RAS_L DDR_CAS_L DDR_WE_L 100 100 DDR_A[12] DDR_A[13] VTT R727 R728 R729 R730 R731 R732 56 56 100 100 27 27 DDR_DQM[0] DDR_DQM[1] DDR_DQS[0] DDR_DQS[1] DDR_CLK[0] DDR_CLK_L[0] K702 0 DDR_CLK[0] DDR_CLK_L[0] DDR_DQM[1] DDR_DQS[0] DDR_DQS[1]

NC NC NC NC NC NC NC NC GND GND GND GNDQ GNDQ GNDQ GNDQ GNDQ C725 22 /6.3

VDDQ VDDQ VDDQ

C726 470 /4

TO E5
SDRAM_DQ[16-31] SDRAM_DQ[0-15] DDR_A[0-13] DDR_A[14] DDR_A[15] SDRAM_CKE SDRAM_RAS_L SDRAM_CAS_L SDRAM_WE_L SDRAM_DQM[0] SDRAM_DQM[1] SDRAM_DQM[2] SDRAM_DQM[3] SDRAM_DQS[0] SDRAM_CKE SDRAM_RAS_L SDRAM_CAS_L SDRAM_WE_L SDRAM_DQM[0] SDRAM_DQM[1] SDRAM_DQM[2] SDRAM_DQM[3] SDRAM_DQS[0] SDRAM_DQS[1] SDRAM_DQS[2] SDRAM_DQS[3] SDRAM_CLK[0] SDRAM_CLK[1] SDRAM_CLK_L[0] SDRAM_CLK_L[1] SDRAM_DQS[0] SDRAM_DQS[1] SDRAM_DQS[2] SDRAM_DQS[3] R747 R748 R749 R750 100 100 100 100 C768 1 VTT SDRAM_DQM[0] SDRAM_DQM[1] SDRAM_DQM[2] SDRAM_DQM[3] SDRAM_DQS[0] SDRAM_DQS[1] SDRAM_DQS[2] SDRAM_DQS[3] SDRAM_CLK[0] SDRAM_CLK[1] SDRAM_CLK_L[0] SDRAM_CLK_L[1] SDRAM_DQ[16-31] SDRAM_DQ[0-15] DDR_A[0-13]

R714

3 R715 R716 R717 R718 R719 R720 R721 R722 R723 R724 R725 R726 0 0 0 0 27 27 27 27 DDR_DQM[0] DDR_DQM[1] DDR_DQM[2] DDR_DQM[3] DDR_DQS[0] DDR_DQS[1] DDR_DQS[2] DDR_DQS[3] C727 0.1

15

55

61

18

33 C734 0.1

15

55

61

18

33

C728 0.1

C729 0.1

C730 0.1

C731 0.1

C732 0.1

C733 0.1

C737 0.1

C738 0.1

C739 0.1

C740 0.1

C741 0.1

C742 0.1

C743 0.1 C744 0.1

SDRAM_DQS[1] SDRAM_DQS[2] SDRAM_DQS[3] SDRAM_CLK[0] SDRAM_CLK[1] SDRAM_CLK_L[0] SDRAM_CLK_L[1] SDRAM_VREF

0 DDR_CLK[0] 0 DDR_CLK[1] 0 DDR_CLK_L[0] 0 DDR_CLK_L[1] C745 OPEN C746 470 0.5% R751 470 0.5%

C747 0.1

C748 0.1

C767

AL3.3V[D]

VSENSE

C736 470 /4

0.1

p10444001a_rev0

2-33

2-34

DIGITAL (MEMORY) SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM

DIGITAL (MEMORY)
LH_AR[17] LH_AR[17] LH_AR[17]

LH_AR[1-21]

LH_AR[1-21]

TO DMAIN
LH_AR[6-15] MADD[6-21] MADD[6-21]/MDT[0-15] MADD[1-5] MADD[1-5] MADD[14] MADD[15] MADD[16] MADD[17] MADD[18] MADD[19] MADD[20] MADD[21] MADD[9] MADD[8] MADD[7] MADD[6] RA803 10K RA802 10K RA801 10K

LH_AR[1-16]

LH_AR[6-15]

IC802 HY29LV320TT-90 LH_AR[16] A15 LH_AR[15] A14 BYTE LH_AR[14] A13 Vss MADD[21] A12 DQ15/A-1 MADD[13] A11 DQ7 MADD[20] A10 DQ14 MADD[12] A9 DQ6 MADD[19] A8 DQ13 MADD[11] A19 DQ5 MADD[18] A20 DQ12 MADD[10] WE DQ4 Vcc MADD[17] N.C. DQ11 MADD[9] WP/ACC DQ3 MADD[16] RY/BY DQ10 MADD[8] A18 LH_AR[18] A17 LH_AR[8] DQ9 MADD[7] A7 LH_AR[7] A6 LH_AR[6] A5 LH_AR[5] A4 LH_AR[4] A3 LH_AR[3] A2 LH_AR[2] A1 LH_AR[1] DQ1 MADD[14] DQ8 MADD[6] DQ0 OE Vss CE A0 C804 22 /6.3 C802 0.1 DQ2 MADD[15] R807 4.7k RESET LH_AR[13] LH_AR[12] LH_AR[11] LH_AR[10] LH_AR[9] LH_AR[20] LH_AR[21] A16

IC803 HY29LV320TT-90 LH_AR[16] A15 LH_AR[15] A14 LH_AR[14] A13 LH_AR[13] A12 LH_AR[12] A11 LH_AR[11] A10 LH_AR[10] A9 LH_AR[9] A8 LH_AR[20] A19 LH_AR[21] A20 R813 4.7k WE RESET N.C. WP/ACC RY/BY LH_AR[19] A18 LH_AR[18] A17 LH_AR[8] A7 LH_AR[7] A6 LH_AR[6] A5 LH_AR[5] A4 LH_AR[4] A3 LH_AR[3] A2 LH_AR[2] A1 LH_AR[1] A0 R814 4.7k CE Vss OE C803 0.1 DQ0 DQ8 MADD[6] DQ1 MADD[14] DQ9 MADD[7] DQ2 MADD[15] DQ12 MADD[10] DQ4 Vcc MADD[17] DQ11 MADD[9] DQ3 MADD[16] DQ10 MADD[8] DQ5 MADD[18] DQ13 MADD[11] DQ6 MADD[19] DQ14 MADD[12] DQ7 MADD[20] DQ15/A-1 MADD[13] Vss MADD[21] BYTE A16

LH_AR[1-21]

IC801 OPEN LH_AR[1] A0 LH_AR[2] A1 LH_AR[3] A2 LH_AR[4] A3 LH_AR[5] A4 LH_AR[6] A5 LH_AR[7] A6 LH_AR[8] A7 LH_AR[9] A8 LH_AR[10] A9 LH_AR[11] A10 LH_AR[12] A11 LH_AR[13] A12 LH_AR[14] A13 LH_AR[15] A14 LH_AR[16] A15 RA804 10K VSS VSS C801 OPEN VCC R808 4.7k MADD[4] MADD[5] R805 R806 0 LH_AR[4] 0 LH_AR[5] R809 4.7k R811 OPEN OE WE CE N.C. N.C. N.C. N.C. N.C. N.C. N.C. N.C. N.C. N.C. MADD[1] MADD[2] MADD[3] R802 R803 R804 0 LH_AR[1] 0 LH_AR[2] 0 LH_AR[3] K801 OPEN I/O16 I/O15 MADD[21] I/O14 MADD[20] I/O13 MADD[19] I/O12 MADD[18] I/O11 MADD[17] I/O10 MADD[16] I/O9 MADD[15] I/O8 MADD[14] I/O7 MADD[13] I/O6 MADD[12] I/O5 MADD[11] I/O4 MADD[10] I/O3 MADD[9] I/O2 MADD[8] I/O1 MADD[7] MADD[6]

# IC806 OPEN LH_AR[16] A15 LH_AR[15] A14 LH_AR[14] A13 LH_AR[13] A12 LH_AR[12] A11 LH_AR[11] A10 LH_AR[10] A9 LH_AR[9] A8 LH_AR[20] A19 LH_AR[21] N.C. WE R815 OPEN RESET N.C. N.C. RY/BY LH_AR[19] A18 LH_AR[18] A17 LH_AR[8] A7 LH_AR[7] A6 LH_AR[6] A5 LH_AR[5] A4 LH_AR[4] A3 LH_AR[3] A2 LH_AR[2] A1 LH_AR[1] A0 # R816 OPEN CE Vss OE # C808 OPEN DQ0 DQ8 MADD[6] DQ1 MADD[14] DQ9 MADD[7] DQ2 MADD[15] DQ12 MADD[10] DQ4 Vcc MADD[17] DQ11 MADD[9] DQ3 MADD[16] DQ10 MADD[8] DQ5 MADD[18] DQ13 MADD[11] DQ6 MADD[19] DQ14 MADD[12] DQ7 MADD[20] DQ15/ MADD[13] Vss MADD[21] BYTE A16

TO E5
MADD[6-21]/MDT[0-15] MADD[1-5] MADD[6-21]/MDT[0-15] MADD[1-5]

MADD[13] MADD[12] MADD[11] MADD[10]

LH_AR[19]

TO SUB CPU
AL3.3V[D] GND

K802 NQR0129-002X

R812 4.7k

TO E5
RD/WR[L] R810 E5_RST[H] OE[L]/LDS[L] ALE DTACK_WAIT MEDUSA_INT[L] UWE[L]/UDS[L] LH_AR[6] LH_AR[7] GND ZP881-36 CN8801 LH_AR[8] GND LH_AR[9] LH_AR[10] UART2_RX LH_AR[11] LH_AR[12] R818 10k UART2_TX UART2_RTS LH_AR[13] CS_L[1] LH_AR[14] ALE LH_AR[15] RST[L] LH_AR[16] LH_AR[17] LH_AR[18] LH_AR[19] LH_AR[20] LH_AR[21] MADD[21] MADD[21]/MDT[15] MADD[20] MADD[20]/MDT[14] MADD[19] MADD[19]/MDT[13] MADD[18] C805 22 /6.3 C806 0.1 T IC804 HD74LVC373AT-X C807 0.1 IC805 HD74LVC373AT-X MADD[18]/MDT[12] MADD[17] MADD[17]/MDT[11] MADD[16] MADD[16]/MDT[10] MADD[15] OE LH_AR[6] Q0 MADD[6] D0 MADD[7] D1 LH_AR[7] Q1 LH_AR[8] Q2 MADD[8] D2 MADD[9] D3 LH_AR[9] Q3 GND Q4 LE D4 LH_AR[10] LH_AR[17] Q3 GND Q4 MADD[7] LE MADD[6] MADD[6]/MDT[0] DTACK_WAIT[L] MEDUSA_INT[L] OE[L]/LDS[L] UWE[L]/UDS[L] RD/WR[L] MADD[7]/MDT[1] D5 MADD[10] MADD[17] D3 D4 LH_AR[18] MADD[8] MADD[8]/MDT[2] Q5 MADD[11] MADD[16] D2 D5 MADD[18] MADD[9] MADD[9]/MDT[3] Q6 LH_AR[11] LH_AR[16] Q2 Q5 MADD[19] MADD[10] MADD[10]/MDT[4] D6 LH_AR[12] LH_AR[15] Q1 Q6 LH_AR[19] MADD[11] MADD[12]/MDT[5] D7 MADD[12] MADD[15] D1 D6 LH_AR[20] MADD[12] MADD[12]/MDT[6] Q7 MADD[13] MADD[14] D0 D7 MADD[20] MADD[13] MADD[13]/MDT[7] VCC LH_AR[13] LH_AR[14] Q0 Q7 MADD[21] GND OE VCC LH_AR[21] MADD[14] MADD[14]/MDT[8] MADD[15]/MDT[9] K804 NQR0129-002X MADD[5] MADD[5] MADD[4] MADD[4] MADD[3] MADD[3] MADD[2] MADD[2] MADD[1] MADD[1] R817 OPEN UART2_CTS ZP-AL5V AL5V RX ZP881-34 TX ZP881-33 SIO_UART2_TX SIO_UART2_RX Q801 DTC144EUA-X B801 OPEN 15k

TO E5

3
LH_AR[6-21]

TO SUB CPU
AL5V

TO E5
CS_L[0-4] CS_L[0-4] CS_L[2] CS_L[1] CS_L[0] CS_L[4] CS_L[3]

GND

p10445001a_rev0

2-35

2-36

DIGITAL (DIGITAL IF) SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM

PELN0984-150Y
C902 22 /6.3 0.1

L901 10 R925 10k

C904 C905 0.1 22 /6.3

C901

OPEN

K902

C903

5
X901 NAX0509-001X 12p

12p

C915 0.1
270p 5.1k R914 56

K903 0
C906 C907

IC902 K901 R901 R1517 0 R1518 OPEN

OPEN OPEN OPEN

C911

56

56

C1501 22 /6.3 C1502 0.1

C1508 OPEN

56 R918

K1501 PELN0984-150Y

R1508 0

C912

C908 0.1

R915

R916

R917

L902 NQR0444-001X

R902 R903

0 0

J901 QNZ0486-001

4
IC901 R904 R905 750 _0.5% 5.6k _0.5%

J902 QNZ0486-001

C1504 C1503 0.1 0.1 IC1501

56

56

56

R924 10k R1509 R1510 0


10K 10K

56

L903 NQR0444-001X
R919 R920 R921 C914 1 R913 0 R922

0 R1503 4.7K R1514


R1513 0

R907

0.1

0.1

OPEN
R1511 R1512

390k

RA1503 0

10k

270p C913

R1504
RA901

OPEN

R909

R910

C909

OPEN

10k

R906

100p

R908

10k

OPEN

RA902

C910

R911

Q1501 DTC144EUA-X

RA1504 0

K1502 NQR0129-002X C1506 0.1 C1505 22 /6.3 IC1502

B1506 0

C1507

R1505 10K

R912

DIGITAL (DIGITAL IF)

R923

10k

10k

5.1k

p20284001a_rev0

2-37

2-38

DIGITAL (VIDEO) SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM

DIGITAL
(VIDEO)
5
L1101 10 C1118 C1119 47 /16 0.1 R1128 0

R1126 R1112 100 Q1110 C1117 0.1 R1199 1.2k 330

R1124 1k

R1122 820 R1118 1k R1123 100 Q1108 IC1002 HY57V161610DTC8 K4S161622D-TC80 Q1107 RA1013 10k R1115 150 C1041 0.1 DQ0 DQ1 DQ2 C1042 R1177 10k RA1014 10k R1136 820 0.1 DQ3 DQ4 DQ5 R1132 1k C1043 Q1113 R1137 100 R1133 0.1 220 Q1112 WE CAS R1135 680 C1104 1 FL1102 NQR0393-001X RAS R1129 150 R1061 10k DQ6 DQ7 VDD DQ0 DQ1 VSSQ DQ2 DQ3 VDDQ DQ4 DQ5 VSSQ DQ6 DQ7 VDDQ LDQM WE( L) CAS( L) RAS( L) CS( L) R1062 10k AP A0 A1 10k R1108 820 C1044 0.1 R1120 1k Q1102 R1110 220 R1185 10k FL1103 NQR0393-001X R1109 680 C1106 1 R1187 10k R1114 120 Q1101 C1045 47 /6.3 K1001 PELN0984-150Y A2 A3 BA A10/AP A0 A1 A2 A3 VDD VSS DQ15 DQ14 VSSQ DQ13 DQ12 VDDQ DQ11 DQ10 VSSQ DQ9 DQ8 VDDQ N.C/RFU UDQM CLK CKE N.C A9 A8 A7 A6 A5 A4 VSS A9 A8 A7 A6 A5 A4 270 R1063 10k 0.1 UDQM R1064 DQ15 DQ14 DQ13 DQ12 C1047 0.1 DQ11 DQ10 DQ9 DQ8 C1046 RA1015 10k RA1016 10k

Q1109

R1119 220

R1176 10k D1102 1SS355 C1103 1

R1121 680 C1102 1

Q1111 R1127 150 R1125 1k

FL1101 NQR0393-001X

R1113 100 Q1115 R1171 3.3k C1127 0.1 Q1116

R1141 330

R1138 1k

R1140 1.2k

Q1114

R1178 10k D1103 1SS355

R1143 0

Q1117 DTC144WUA R1142 150 R1139 1k

C1105 1 R1184

R1111 100

R1103 330 Q1104

R1104 1k R1107 100

4
R1101 0

C1109 0.1 R1105 1.2k Q1103

# L1102 10 # C1107 22P # R1172 47k

Q1106 R1102 150 C1108 OPEN R1106 390

D1104 1SS355 C1110 1

0 UDQM

DQ10

DQ11

DQ12

DQ13

DQ14

0 RAS

0 CAS

0 AP A0

0.1 0 A8

0 A9

# Q1105 2SC3936

0 WE

DQ15 0

DQ0

DQ1

DQ2

DQ3

DQ4

DQ5

DQ6

DQ7

DQ8

DQ9

A1

A2

A3

A4

A5

A6

A7

R1022

R1021

R1020

R1018

C1007

R1016

R1015

R1014 R1013

R1012 R1011

R1010

RA1012

RA1011

RA1010 0

RA1009

RA1008

RA1007

R1023

SW12V PS3.3V[D] PS3.3V[A] SW5V GND R1157 0 C1132 0.1

Q1121 Q1122 R1151 100 R1154 470 R1156 330 Q1120

R1148 OPEN

C1008 R1147 750 R1146 1k R1144 27k 0.1

1k

TO SUB CPU

R1116 100

R1155 330

R1150

R1019

R1017

R1152 1k

TO SUB CPU
480I_P[L] C1006 0.1 VIDEO_RST[L] VIDEO_MUTE[H]

C1129 15p

GND

LUDQM

VDD

HDOUT

RAS

CAS

DQ8

DQ9

VC1

VC0

VC3

VDD

DQ0

DQ1

DQ2

DQ3

DQ4

DQ5

DQ6

DQ7

DQ10 DQ11

DQ12

DQ13

DQ14

DQ15

VC2

Q1119

L1113 33

L1109 15 C1130 39p C1128 8p Q1118 C1101 0.01 R1025 3.3k GND C1009 0.1 R1026 1.5k C1010 100p R1027 820 C1012 0.1 R1028 R1024 0 GND BUNRI REF RSET COMP AVDD1 AGND1 ION CROUT AGND2 C1013 0.1 C1014 0.1 AVDD2 VDD GND R1031 820 C1018 C1016 100p 0.1 R1032 0 REF RSET COMP AVDD1 AGND1 ION CBOUT B1007 0 C1020 R7205 1.5k Q7202 R7202 100 D7201 R1168 OPEN R7201 Q7201 100 C1167 OPEN YVOUT C1024 C1025 0.1 0.1 C1021 100p C7201 0.01 # R1033 1.5k 0.1 R1034 # 3.3k R1035 820 C1023 0.1 R1036 0 AGND2 C1019 0.1 AVDD2 GND REF RSET COMP AVDD1 AGND1 ION YVOUT AGND2 AVDD2 AVDD COUT AGND TRST TDI TDO TCK TMS TEB GND GND

CLKOSD

BLK3

BLK1

A10/AP

BLK2

VDD

WE

A0

A1

A2

A3

A4

A5

A6

A7

A8

A9

C1005 GND GND CLK RST VDOUT AMUTE CS SDIN SCLK SDOUT OUTH OUTV YSO3 YSO2 YSO1 YSO0 CSO3 CSO2 CSO1 CSO0 R1005 R1004 R1003 R1002 R1001 0 0 0 0 0 OPEN R1008 0

R1009 OPEN

L1110 22 C1131 18p R1153 1k R1149 2.2k C1111 33p

TO E5
R1007 0 VIDEO_CLK

R1145 4.7k

C1004 OPEN

TO SUB CPU
VIDEO_CS SIO_SPI_MOSI SIO_SPI_CLK VIDEO_RXD

3
C1165 0.01

R1183 560

R1181 OPEN

CROUT C1163 SHORT R1167 1k R1180 L1116 OPEN 0 Q1125 # R1029 1.5k R1158 27k B1006 0 C1015 0.1 R1030 # 3.3k C1164 OPEN C1162 OPEN R1166 18k 0.01

RA1006 0 VI_D[9] VI_D[8] VI_D[7] VI_D[5] VI_D[4] VI_D[3] VI_D[2] C1003 0.1 RA1005 0 VI_D[6]

Q1135

TO MAIN
(TERMINAL)

R1182 OPEN

CN7102
CN9001 C_OUT/R_OUT GND Pb_OUT/B_OUT GND Pr_OUT/G_OUT GND D-Y_OUT C1155 OPEN C1156 OPEN C1157 OPEN R1160 1k R7216 10k R7215 330 C1137 0.1 C1170 0.01 Q7205 C7203 0.01 R7214 100 Q1123 R7213 470 R7211 560 C7202 22 /6.3V C1154 OPEN R7209 270 R7218 1k Q7204 UMX2N-W R7210 R7212 680 470 Q7203 UMZ1N-W R7207 D7202 56 R7208 1.8k R7204 22k R7203 2.2k R7217 390 CBOUT

VI_D[2-9]

C1166

TO E5
VI_D[2-9] VO_D[0-15] VO_D[7] VO_D[6] VO_D[4] VO_D[3] VO_D[2]

IC1001 JCP8039-4

GND VDD INH INV YSI7 YSI6 YSI5 YSI4 YSI3 YSI2 YSI1 YSI0 CSI7 CSI6 CSI5 CSI4 CSI3 CSI2 CSI1 CSI0 HDCVF VDCVF GND GND

TO AUDIO
C_FROM_DIGI GND Y_FROM_DIGI GND Y_TO_DIGI C1158 OPEN C1159 OPEN C1160 OPEN C1161 OPEN L1112 R1165 0

R7206 5.1k

RA1003 0

VO_D[1] VO_D[0] VO_D[15] VO_D[14]

GND C_TO_DIGI GND

RA1002 0

VO_D[13] VO_D[12] VO_D[11] VO_D[10]

R1037 R1060 R1038 C1134 7p R1161 1k Q1128 L1111 33 R1162 OPEN R1173 1.5k C1139 0.1 R1169 8.2k Q1126 B1102 OPEN D1101 1SS355 C1145 4.7 R1170 1k Q1127 C1140 0.1 R1188 390 Q1132 R1198 OPEN L1002 10 R1041 0 R1186 0 R1039 R1040

0 OPEN OPEN 0 OPEN

TO SUB CPU
SYNC_DET P.MUTE[H] C1169 OPEN C1168 OPEN R1197 10k

10

RA1001 0

VO_D[9] VO_D[8]

RCOUT

RESHD

CSYNC

RYOUT

VCLMP

VCLMP

AGND2

AGND1

AGND2

AGND1

RESVD

AVDD1

AVDD2

AVDD1

AVDD2

MONI2

MONI1

MODE

DGND

DGND

AGND

DVDD

DVDD

AVDD

CBPA

CBPB

VRBS

VRBS

TMC1

TMC2

VRTS

VRTS

ZCNT

YVIN

GND

GND

VDD

VDD

Q1129 DTC144WUA

L1117 33 C1133 OPEN

C1135 10p R1163 2.7k R1164 2k

R1042 0

R1043 0

R1048 0

C1026 0.1 L1001 10 C1049 330 /6.3 T C1001 47 /6.3

VDD

VRB

VRB

VRT

VRT

CIN

C1022 ZP101-60 R1054 R1055 0 0 R1057 10k 0.1

B1003

C1028 0.1

OPEN

C1037

C1029

C1030

R1190 5.6k R1189 2.2k C1148 0.01

C1002 T 47 /6.3 C1027 0.1 0.1

0.1 C1031 0.1

C1149 0.1

CH

C1151 SHORT

R1196 1.2k

L1004 OPEN C1050 OPEN

0.1

R1044

27k B1001

B1002

C1038 C1039 0.1 0.1

B1005 0

B1004

R1047 8.2k

1k C1150 OPEN C1152 OPEN

C1035

C1036 10 /16

C1146 0.1

R1191 5.6k C1147 47 /16 R1192 CH CH R1195 OPEN

R1066 OPEN

C1048 OPEN

C1032 10 /16

# # C1033 C1034 0.1 0.1

R1049

0.1

# C1040 0.1

# # R1050 R1051 18k

8.2k C1017 0.1

R1052 10k

27k

C1153 0.1

R1065 0

R1046 330

Q1133

R1045 18k

R1194 0

L1115 OPEN

Q1134

R1053 22k

RCOUT

R1059 10k

C1011 0.01

D1001 DAN202

VO_D[0-15]

RA1004 0

VO_D[5]

p10446001a_rev0

2-39

2-40

DIGITAL (AUDIO) SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM

DIGITAL (AUDIO)
5
# R1337 100k # Q1303 2SC4081/QRS/ # R1333 10k L1303 10 R1343 0 C1328 470p # Q1301 DTA144WUA L1302 10

TO SUB CPU
SW5V AL5V AUDIO[-] R1331 150 L1301 10 PS3.3V[D] GND

R1327 4.7k R1325 10k C1332 0.1 C1334 C1336 OPEN OPEN R1329 220 R1323 10k # C1340 0.1 # R1335 390

C1330 100p

R1321 4.7k

B1301 OPEN C1319 47 /16 C1318 47 /6.3

# R1339 1k # Q1302 DTC144WUA

4
TO MAIN
(TERMINAL)

IC1303 BA15218F
10k 10k

R1312 OPEN

T
R1350 R1349

R1330 220 C1335 C1337 OPEN OPEN C1331 100p # R1336 390 # C1341 0.1

R1322 4.7k

CN7107
CN9301 QGF1224F1-16X D/A_OUT[R] GND D/A_OUT[L] GND A/D_IN[R] GND A/D_IN[L] GND Y_TO_DIGI R1332 47 GND C_TO_DIGI GND Y_FROM_DIGI GND C_FROM_DIGI NC R1317 10k R1313 10k C1326 R1319 C1322 OPEN 10k 100p R1315 10k C1320 C1324 OPEN 100p C1339 OPEN C1338 0.001 # R1338 100k R1326 10k R1328 4.7k R1324 10k C1333 0.1

C1314 C1315 0.1 4.7 /6.3 R1310 R1309 R1308 R1307 15 10k 10k 15 C1316 10 /16

R1348 OPEN

TO SUB CPU
A_MUTE

R1311 1k

C1329 470p # R1334 10k # C1343 0.033

C1317 10 /16

C1313 22 /6.3

# Q1304 2SC4081/QRS/

C1312 0.1

R1342 0

VCOM

DGND

PD

CMODE

VD

DEM1

DEM0

AOUTR

IC1301 AK4522VF-X

VREFH

AINR+

AGND

AINL+

AINR-

LRCK

SCLK

AINL-

SMUTE

AOUTL

MCKI

GND Y_TO_DIGI C_TO_DIGI Y_FROM_DIGI

VA

TO VIDEO

SDTI

DIF0

DIF1

SDTO

TO SUB CPU
AUDIO_RESET
0.0022 0.0022

C_FROM_DIGI IC1302 BA15218F

DEM17_H DEM0 C1309 0.1 DEM1

C1304

C1303

TO E5
DADI ADDO

2
R1314 10k C1321 C1325 OPEN 100p R1316 10k C1311 22 /16 R1320 C1323 10k 100p C1327 OPEN R1303 1.8k R1304 1.8k C1308 4.7 /6.3 C1306 0.1 C1305 C1307 0.1 4.7 /6.3 R1347 OPEN R1302 R1301 1.8k 1.8k C1302 C1301 10 /16 10 /16 R1305 0 R1306 0 R1346 10k R1318 10k

ASCLK ALRCK ACLK IEC

C1310 0.1 T T

R1340 0 INPUT

VCC GND IC1304 GP1FA511TZ C1342 0.1 R1341 100k

p20285001a_rev0

2-41

2-42

SW.REG, DISPLAY, REC SAFETY, JACK AND TERMINAL SUB CIRCUIT BOARDS
<01> SW.REG LPB10168-001B

CAUTION : FOR CONTINUED PROTECTION AGAINST FIRE HAZARD, REPLACE ONLY WITH SAME TYPE AND RATED FUSE(S). ATTENTION : REPLACER PAR DES FUSIBLE DE MEME TYPE.

DANGEROUS VOLTAGE
R5320 CN5303

R5421 is attached to either the solder side or the parts side.


R5321 R5322

CN5001

R5319

R5307

SOLDER SIDE
R5406

Q5311

C5303

Q5301

D5302

R5308

Q5302

FC5002 F5001

C5206

R5331

Q5312

R5332

D5206

D5304

Q5401 C5406 L5402 R5411 D5403

D5202

D5303

D5402

R5333

R5409

C5405

VA5001

C5202

C5102

CP5401 R5410 C5409

C5001 R5104

C5304

R5408

L5201

FC5001
R5103 R5101

R5406 C5404 D5401 R5407

D5301

D5102

R5421

C5403

C5103 D5103

D5207

C5101 T5001 C5104

C5207
L5203 K5401

IC5401 C5407 W5501

D5203

R5326

C5401

LF5001

L5401

R5108

IC5101

K5101

R5327

R5107

C5203

R5323

C5003

C5105

VA5003

C5002

L5202

R5404

R5301

R5302

R5402

R5106

D5204 D5205 C5205 C5305 R5316 C5306 CN5301 C5408 L5403

C5402

D5104

R5105

D5001

R5405 R5403

C5004

or
PARTS SIDE
R5421 R5407

R5401

R5317

IC5301

R5324

C5302 C5301

R5325

R5306

CN5305

C5204

C5106

R5309

PC5101

R5303

R5310

<36>JACK LPB10176-001B
J7194

C7194

R5001
J7191 J7193 L7192

R5304

R5305

D5308

L7193 C7191

C5005 R7193
CN7191

R7192 R7194
D7192

<52>TERMINAL SUB LPB10176-001B


CN7104 J7126 J7128

<32>REC SAFE LPB10176-001B

R7191
D7191

D7199 C7196

C7192
J7192 C7193

S7063

R7122

R7123

R7121

J7127

D7102

D7101

D7103

L7191

B7104

B7103

C7195 L7194 R7138 R7139

R7148 B7105 FW7081

R7137

R7147 R7146 S7061

<28>DISPLAY LPB10176-001B

DI7001

IC7002

C7011

S7008

S7007

S7002 S7009

S7012

S7011

D7002
R7012 S7003 R7013

S7001

S7006

S7005

D7001

S7010

R7002

C7006

C7005

C7004

C7003

R7001

R7005

R7019

R7018

R7017

R7020

R7014

R7004
FW7001

R7016

R7015

D7003

R7003 B7053 R7006

C7002

L7001 C7001

B7052 B7051

IC7001 B7001 CN7005

CN7002

CN7006

2-43

2-44

C6022 C6020 R6020 C6021 R6021 C6008

C6006

W18

CF6031 Q6030 C5604 B5602 B5604 CN5602 CN5601

B6020

R6031

R6034 R6030 R5608 IC5603 C5602 R5604 R5606 R5609 C5606 Q5604 R5611 Q5602 R5612

R6503

VR6601

R5610

IC5602 IC5604 W17 C5607

CN7104

B6608

CN3009

C5608

CN1901

CN7107

R5605

TU6001

Q6031

D6002 B6030

C5603

L6032

C6033

C6005

B2201 C551

L6001

C6007

IC2622

CN2002

L6004 VR2251

CN901

Q3003

C554 C561

C2625

C2053

R7101

R2054

R2056 C2055

C3045

B5607 B5603

R2627

C2626 D1

R2626

W43

J7101

C2624 TP7101

W41

R7107

T2051

C2054

C534

W53

ZZ6

C2622 C2052 R514 R513 C531 C533 C530 R511 R512 C529 R507 C526 R509 C527 R3209 R508 R506 C524 C505 W7

C2623

W24

Q2051

D2

R7102

R7108

ZZ9

R2625 C2628

ZZ3

C2621 R515

W13

C7101

IC2621

R2052

R2053

R2051

C7102 R7109

R7103

R2622 R2621 C532 C528 C523 R510 C525 C522 R569

J7102

R2665

C2627

R2664

C2642

C6515

W51

C6605

D7107

C3050

C2201

R2641

C2220

R7111

R7110

Q2602

Q2203

W49

R2221

R2222

Q2601

C2646

C2203 C6503

R2210 R2220 Q2202 B502 R504

CN3011

IC2641 C2648

Q2604 Q2603

R2287

R2209

C2644 IC2601

R1708

Q2279

Q2283

R2283

R2282

C2611

Q1704

C6604

R2607

R2203

R2201

R2288

R7105

C2647

C1707

C1703 C1709

C2217

C1708

C6513

C515

C1706

IC2201

Q1702 L1701

C6512

R7104

J7104

R2605

R2606

C2612

Q1701

C2286

R1702

C2287 Q2278

C2207

C1701

C6511

C536 C514

R2610

C6509

C2610

C6602

R2286

C518

R2611 C2260

R1703

Q2281

C2608

R2608

Q1706

R7119

C2606

R2289 R2290

C2253

W50

CN1

C2256

W19

Q1705

R1704

K2251

R6504

C2604

C2609

Q48 Q1703 Q2

C2262

W31

C2261

L2251

C2254

J7105

C7110

W29

R2602

W30

C4

Q4

R523

C2209

C69

C70

C1

Q47

C2

R7127

C2257 C2212 C2222

R2257

W47

R21

C3

CN7103

C558

W35

Q46

C133

R2251

W11

R7124

C2259

C6516

C556 R524 C501

Q504

R2252

C555

IC501

R7118

C2208

R503 C504

R566

C8

R77 C7 R120

R2254

R7120

C560

R7115

J7106

C2005

C7105 Q2253

W34 D2251 C2002

L2001

R2021

R2013

C506

Q2254 C51

D501

W10

Q503 L503

R2009

R2004

R2003

C2006

IC7101

R2007

IC1

W15

C7108

R2014

R3205

Q2251 Q2252

C6

W22

C2004

R565

C7109 C5 R22 C2003 R2256

R7129

W32 R2253 C2210 C559 R567

C507

R7113 L1

R2255

L2201

W33

C2211

C503 C502

C535

C7106 C2213 C6601 R568

C2603

C134

W28

R2601

D2601

Q1 Q49 C6506 R6502

C2255

C6517

R7114 C6504

W27

Q3

C509

R1706

W12 C552

Q2280

R522 C553

C519

R2010

D3001

W20

C7103

C7104

J7107

C2010 W25

ZZ8

C40

C3051

W42

C7107

R2015 C2009 R2016

B7102

L7102

R7132

ZZ2

C38

R7126

Q7101

R1

C3022 C39

R7125

C7131 Q7102 R7134

C17

J7108

R7133 L5

CN7102

C10

C11

R2

B7101

R118

R75

X2

C7118 C2014 R79 L3002 C37 R9 W16 R8 R36 R4108 C4103 R4107 C4101

C23

L2

R7116

C12

C22

C80 C25

R3077

C7132

R7136

IC7103

R33

L20

C21

W40

C63

D7105

R7117

C9

C64

C31

R3078

R4102

R3246

C4104

Q12

R6

CN7101

C29

Q17

R90

ZZ5

R93 L3

R3088

L4 C34 R44

R4109

L7101

R3081

Q38

Q3013

C33

R3089

R3231

R4

R104

R66

C110

C27

IC3002

C7127 L28

R42 CN7108

C120

R3096 R3097 C508 R4009

R3092

R3094

R3093

R3091

R3090

R5

B3001

C3037

B11

C4012

C4011

R4014

Q23

Q32 C7126 D5

R4011

R3066

C4018

C3032

C3036

C3026 W6

R3230

R4010

J7124

C135

IC3001

R3069

R49

R4015

C7125

R3104

R4012

R3103 R3105

C3024

C3041 R3229

W52

CN3002

CN3003

C41

R4021

D7104

W46

R4019

C2012

C4013

R4020

R4018 R4017 R4013

C4014

C3031

X3001 R3061

R3060 R3059 R3058

R7151

Q2002

R32

R2067

R2019

Q9

Q2001 R68 R2018 R12 C71 R26 C74 R31 Q33 R3202 Q3001

R2066

C60

C3001 Q4002

C3030 C4004

R3244

C4015

J7125

R3245

R3282

R2017 C61

C3033

R3057

C59

C3025

D4

C18

X3002

W5

C20

C4016

Q2003

R4004 R4003 Q4003 C4006 C3004

R3243 R3053 R3050 C4007 R3052 R3049

R3056

C2051

L19

IC3004

C3016

R7154 R27 C72

Q8

R28

C73

L15

CN7105

C2056

R4105

C4001

R3048

R3051

C4003

Q7151

R3017 R3019

C3014 R3203 W45 C4017

R3013

R3201

C3040

L7151

CN3001

C3002

R7153

R4103

R3011

R3016

C3003 TP2254

R3012

R3015

R3204

CP4001

R3027

W39

C4008

R3029

Q4001

R3018

R3242

C4005

D3011

ZZ7

R7152

C4010

R3021

R4005

R3020

R3022

C4009

R3039 R3034

R3037 R3036

C3042

C7151

C3043

R25

R4104

CN2001

R29 B48

D4101

R3047 R3046 R3042 R3041 R3040 R3044

Q7

R3228

R3227

S3002

C4002

CN3004

PC3002

C30

C3027

R3211

C7120

R3087 R3086 R3085

C136

C4105

R3083

R3076

C19

R3075

R45

R3214 R3216

Q3012

TP106

R4007

R3215

D5507

R3014

R3025

R3026

TP2253

CP3002

R3241

W2

TP4001 R3258 R3249 R3251 R3257 R3256 R3255 R3250 R3248 R3247

C3046

ZZ4

R3217

Q3002

R3212

C5504

IC3005

R3206

TP111

R3213

C3011 CN3010

ZZ1

R2057 R2059 Q2054 Q2052

D3002

D5503

Q5503

R3240

Q3010

R3207

D3003

R2060

C5505

C5501

R5506 R5504

R3226

Q2053 R2058

R3254 R3253 R3252 C3047

R3220

Q5509

Q3007

C3012

D3005 D3004

D3009

R5502 R3222 R3219 D5504 R5501

R3278 R3280

R3279

R3276

Q2055

B5605

Q5508 R5509

R3218

C3013

Q3005

C5502

R3272

C5508 R3271

C5506

Q5504

L3001

R3275

R5507

Q5505

R5503

R3274

R3238

Q5507

C5503

L5601

R3273

Q5501

Q5506

Q5502

Q3004

CN3008

D5501

B5606

R5505

D5502

C5507 D5505 R5508

<03>MAIN LPB10177-001C

D5506

Q5510

IC3006

C3049 CN5502

R3281

R3277

CN5501

D3006

MAIN CIRCUIT BOARD

W48

C3053

D3007

W8

CN5603

2-45

C15

R48 C4102

IC4101

Q21 C24

B23

C54

R34

W37

R3062

R3210

L13

C35

C7121

C84 C36

R3080

R3074

C14

C28

R7

B17

R4101

R3

C26

R3079

C81

R46

C62

R3072

D7106

L11

R7135 C32

C16

2-46

R7131 C2011

C7117

W38

C3052

R3223

IC3003

R7128

C2008 C2001

R3224

R3236 R3235

C2007

W1

W54

L2272

C6508

R2258

C2263

R2609 R1705 C1705 C1704

IC2602

C511

C1702 C2282

R2208

C520

C510

C2607 R1701

R1707

C2252

K2253

K2252 R2206

W3

C2251

C512

R2204

C6510

C537

Q2282 C562

W4

R2604 R2603 R2284 Q2284 Q2277 R2202 R564

C6502

C2285 C2288

C2204 C2205 C513

C2214

Q502

L501

R2224

R563

L1702

C2221

L6501

R2663 R2207 R2223 C2219 C2216

R2219 Q501

W9

R2662 C6501

R2205

C6514

R2285 R2215 D2201 R562

PC3001

C2202

J7103

R2211

W14

R2661

C521

C2643

C2645

R2218

R2212

R3208

R2642 R505

R2214

Q2201

R2623

C2641

C2649

Q2204

R2213

C557

R2624

IC502

C2650

C516

L504

R2055

R3294

TP501

COMPONENT PARTS LOCATION GUIDE <MAIN> LPB10177-001C


REF.NO. LOCATION REF.NO. LOCATION REF.NO. LOCATION REF.NO. LOCATION REF.NO. LOCATION REF.NO. LOCATION REF.NO. LOCATION REF.NO. LOCATION REF.NO. LOCATION CAPACITOR C1 B C2 B C3 B C4 B C5 A C6 A C7 B C8 B C9 B C10 B C11 B C12 B C14 B C15 B C16 B C17 A C18 A C19 A C20 A C21 B C22 A C23 B C24 B C25 B C26 B C27 B C28 A C29 B C30 A C31 A C32 A C33 A C34 B C35 B C36 A C37 A C38 A C39 B C40 A C41 A C51 A C54 B C59 B C60 A C61 A C62 B C63 B C64 B C69 B C70 B C71 B C72 B C73 B C74 B C80 B C81 B C84 B C110 B C120 A C133 B C134 B C135 B C136 B C501 A C502 B C503 A C504 B C505 A C506 B C507 A C508 A C509 A C510 A C511 B C512 B C513 A C514 B C515 B C516 A C518 B C519 A C520 B C521 A C522 A C523 A C524 B C525 B C526 B C527 B C528 B C529 B C530 B C531 B C532 B C533 B C534 A C535 B C536 B C537 B C551 A C552 B C553 B C554 A C555 B C556 B C557 A C558 B C559 B C560 A C561 A C562 B C1701 B C1702 B C1703 B C1704 B C1705 B C1706 B C C C C D D C C C C C C C C C D D D D C D C C C C C D C D D D D C C D D D C D D D C C D D C C C C C C C C C C C C C D C C C C D C D C D C D D D D C C D C C D C D C D D D C C C C C C C C C C D C C C D C C D C C D C C D D C C C C C C C 15L 14L 14L 14L 14L 14K 14L 14L 11L 12L 12L 11L 11L 10L 11L 12L 9L 10K 9K 11K 11K 12K 10K 11K 11K 10J 11J 10J 10J 11J 11J 10J 10J 10J 11I 11I 12I 12I 13J 9K 14C 10J 8L 8L 8L 11L 11L 11K 14K 14K 8L 7L 7L 7L 11K 11K 11L 10L 10J 15L 14L 9K 10L 14C 14B 14B 15B 17C 14C 14C 9H 15C 16C 16C 16C 16C 16D 17D 19D 16D 16D 16D 17C 18D 18D 17C 18C 18C 18C 18C 19C 19C 19C 19C 19C 19C 15B 16D 16D 21M 15D 15D 20M 15D 14D 18E 14D 14D 14D 20J 16D 16K 16K 16K 16K 16L 17K C1707 C1708 C1709 C2001 C2002 C2003 C2004 C2005 C2006 C2007 C2008 C2009 C2010 C2011 C2012 C2014 C2051 C2052 C2053 C2054 C2055 C2056 C2201 C2202 C2203 C2204 C2205 C2206 C2207 C2208 C2209 C2210 C2211 C2212 C2213 C2214 C2215 C2216 C2217 C2219 C2220 C2221 C2222 C2251 C2252 C2253 C2254 C2255 C2256 C2257 C2259 C2260 C2261 C2262 C2263 C2282 C2285 C2286 C2287 C2288 C2603 C2604 C2605 C2606 C2607 C2608 C2609 C2610 C2611 C2612 C2621 C2622 C2623 C2624 C2625 C2626 C2627 C2628 C2641 C2642 C2643 C2644 C2645 C2646 C2647 C2648 C2649 C2650 C3001 C3002 C3003 C3004 C3011 C3012 C3013 C3014 C3016 C3022 C3024 C3025 C3026 C3027 C3030 C3031 C3032 C3033 C3036 C3037 C3040 C3041 C3042 C3043 C3045 C3046 C3047 C3049 C3050 C3051 B A B A A A B A B A A B B A A B B A B B A A A A A A A A B B A A A A B A A A B A A B B B A A A B B B A A B B B B B B B B A B A B A A B B B B A B B B A B B B A B A B B B B B B B B B A B A A B A B B B A B B A B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B C D C D D D C D C D D C C D D C C D C C D D D D D D D D C C D D D D C D D D C D D C C C D D D C C C D D C C C C C C C C D C D C D D C C C C D C C C D C C C D C D C C C C C C C C C D C D D C D C C C D C C D C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C 16K 17K 16K 13J 14J 14J 14J 14L 13L 13L 13L 13L 13L 13L 8L 12I 7M 19F 20H 19H 20H 7M 18I 17I 18I 17I 16I 17J 16I 15H 14G 14H 14H 15G 15G 17G 18G 17G 16G 17G 17H 17H 15G 16J 16J 16J 15I 15H 15I 15I 15H 16I 15I 15I 16I 16J 17J 16J 16J 17J 15N 15O 16O 15N 16N 16N 15O 16N 17O 16O 19O 19O 19O 19N 20N 20N 18O 19O 18N 18N 17O 17O 17N 18O 17M 17N 18M 18M 8J 6J 6J 7H 5B 3G 3G 7F 7D 12C 9C 9C 9C 10C 8G 8D 9D 8F 9D 9D 6D 9C 6C 6C 20E 5E 3N 2N 17L 13D C3052 C3053 C4001 C4002 C4003 C4004 C4005 C4006 C4007 C4008 C4009 C4010 C4011 C4012 C4013 C4014 C4015 C4016 C4017 C4018 C4101 C4102 C4103 C4104 C4105 C5501 C5502 C5503 C5504 C5505 C5506 C5507 C5508 C5602 C5603 C5604 C5606 C5607 C5608 C6005 C6006 C6007 C6008 C6020 C6021 C6022 C6033 C6501 C6502 C6503 C6504 C6506 C6508 C6509 C6510 C6511 C6512 C6513 C6514 C6515 C6516 C6517 C6601 C6602 C6604 C6605 C7101 C7102 C7103 C7104 C7105 C7106 C7107 C7108 C7109 C7110 C7117 C7118 C7120 C7121 C7125 C7126 C7127 C7131 C7132 C7151 B B A B B B B B B B B B B B B B B A A B B B B B B A A B A A A A A A A A B B B A B A B B B B B B A A B A B B A B B A B A A B A A B A B B A B A A A A A A A B A A A A A A B A C C D C C C C C C C C C C C C C C D D C C C C C C D D C D D D D D D D D C C C D C D C C C C C C D D C D C C D C C D C D D C D D C D C C D C D D D D D D D C D D D D D D C D 13D 1L 7F 7F 7F 8F 6F 7F 7F 6F 6F 6G 9F 9F 8F 8F 8F 8G 6G 9F 11G 10G 11F 10G 11F 4D 3C 3C 4C 3E 3E 2A 3E 22F 22C 22C 22E 21C 21D 21O 22M 21P 22M 22N 22N 22N 22J 17H 17H 17I 15G 15G 16F 16F 16G 16G 16F 16G 17H 18H 14G 15F 15G 16G 17F 17H 19P 19P 13O 13O 14O 15O 13O 13O 14O 15O 13N 12O 10N 11N 9O 9N 10N 12O 11O 7P D2 D2201 D2251 D2601 D3001 D3002 D3003 D3004 D3005 D3006 D3007 D3009 D3011 D4 D4101 D5 D501 D5501 D5502 D5503 D5504 D5505 D5506 D5507 D6002 D7104 D7105 D7106 D7107 IC IC1 IC501 IC502 IC2201 IC2601 IC2602 IC2621 IC2622 IC2641 IC3001 IC3002 IC3003 IC3004 IC3005 IC3006 IC4101 IC5602 IC5603 IC5604 IC7101 IC7103 COIL L1 L2 L3 L4 L5 L11 L13 L15 L19 L20 L28 L501 L503 L504 L1701 L1702 L2001 L2201 L2251 L2272 L3001 L3002 L5601 L6001 L6004 L6032 L6501 L7101 L7102 L7151 A A A A A A A A A A A A A A B A B A A A A A B A A A A A B D D D D D D D D D D D D D D C D C D D D D D C D D D D D C 19L 17F 14H 15N 13D 4C 3E 3F 3F 1I 1H 3J 6D 9L 7F 9L 14D 4D 3C 4C 3E 2D 2P 5P 22N 8P 11P 11P 18P Q2052 Q2053 Q2054 Q2055 Q2201 Q2202 Q2203 Q2204 Q2251 Q2252 Q2253 Q2254 Q2277 Q2278 Q2279 Q2280 Q2281 Q2282 Q2283 Q2284 Q2601 Q2602 Q2603 Q2604 Q3001 Q3002 Q3003 Q3004 Q3005 Q3007 Q3010 Q3012 Q3013 Q4001 Q4002 Q4003 Q5501 Q5502 Q5503 Q5504 Q5505 Q5506 Q5507 Q5508 Q5509 Q5510 Q5602 Q5604 Q6030 Q6031 Q7101 Q7102 Q7151 B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B A A B B A B B B B B B A A A B B B B B A B A A B B B B A C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C D D C C D C C C C C C D D D C C C C C D C D D C C C C D 4O 3O 4O 3O 18F 17G 17G 18G 14G 14G 14G 14G 16J 16J 17J 16J 16K 16K 17K 16J 17J 17J 17J 17J 7I 5E 20E 4E 3G 3K 3K 6C 10C 6G 8G 7G 4D 4C 4E 3D 3D 3C 3E 3P 3P 2P 21E 21D 22J 22J 12O 11O 7P R1702 R1703 R1704 R1705 R1706 R1707 R1708 R2003 R2004 R2007 R2009 R2010 R2013 R2014 R2015 R2016 R2017 R2018 R2019 R2021 R2051 R2052 R2053 R2054 R2055 R2056 R2057 R2058 R2059 R2060 R2066 R2067 R2201 R2202 R2203 R2204 R2205 R2206 R2207 R2208 R2209 R2210 R2211 R2212 R2213 R2214 R2215 R2218 R2219 R2220 R2221 R2222 R2223 R2224 R2251 R2252 R2253 R2254 R2255 R2256 R2257 R2258 R2282 R2283 R2284 R2285 R2286 R2287 R2288 R2289 R2290 R2601 R2602 R2603 R2604 R2605 R2606 R2607 R2608 R2609 R2610 R2611 R2621 R2622 R2623 R2624 R2625 R2626 R2627 R2641 R2642 R2661 R2662 R2663 R2664 R2665 R3011 R3012 R3013 R3014 R3015 R3016 R3017 R3018 R3019 R3020 R3021 R3022 R3025 R3026 R3027 R3029 R3034 R3036 R3037 R3039 R3040 R3041 B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B A B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B A B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B A A A B B B B B B B A A B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C D C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C D C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C D D D C C C C C C C D D C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C 16K 16K 16L 16L 15L 16L 17L 14J 14J 13J 13J 13J 14L 13L 13M 13L 8M 8M 8N 14M 19G 19H 19G 20H 19H 20J 4O 4O 4O 4O 8M 8N 17H 16H 17I 16H 17I 16I 17I 16I 17G 18G 17G 17G 18G 18G 17G 17H 17H 18F 17H 17H 17H 17H 14H 15H 14I 14G 14G 14G 14H 16K 17J 17J 16J 17K 16J 17K 17J 15L 15L 15N 15N 16O 17O 16O 16O 17O 16O 16O 16O 16N 18O 19O 18O 18O 19O 20N 20O 18N 18O 17J 17J 17J 18I 18I 6F 6F 7E 5H 5H 6E 6E 6E 6E 6E 6E 6E 5E 6E 6E 6D 6D 6C 6C 6D 6D 7D R3042 R3044 R3046 R3047 R3048 R3049 R3050 R3051 R3052 R3053 R3056 R3057 R3058 R3059 R3060 R3061 R3062 R3066 R3069 R3072 R3074 R3075 R3076 R3077 R3078 R3079 R3080 R3081 R3083 R3085 R3086 R3087 R3088 R3089 R3090 R3091 R3092 R3093 R3094 R3096 R3097 R3103 R3104 R3105 R3201 R3202 R3203 R3204 R3205 R3206 R3207 R3208 R3209 R3210 R3211 R3212 R3213 R3214 R3215 R3216 R3217 R3218 R3219 R3220 R3222 R3223 R3224 R3226 R3227 R3228 R3229 R3230 R3231 R3235 R3236 R3238 R3240 R3241 R3242 R3243 R3244 R3245 R3246 R3247 R3248 R3249 R3250 R3251 R3252 R3253 R3254 R3255 R3256 R3257 R3258 R3271 R3272 R3273 R3274 R3275 R3276 R3277 R3278 R3279 R3280 R3281 R3282 R3294 R4003 R4004 R4005 R4007 R4009 R4010 R4011 R4012 R4013 R4014 B B B B B B B B B B A B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B A B A B B B B B A B B B B A A B A B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B A A B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B C C C C C C C C C C D C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C D C D C C C C C D C C C C D D C D C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C D D C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C 7D 7C 7C 7C 7C 7C 7C 7C 7C 7C 8B 8C 8C 8C 8C 8C 10C 9C 9D 11C 11D 10D 10D 11D 11D 11D 11D 10D 10D 10E 10E 10E 10E 10E 9E 9E 9E 9E 9F 10F 10F 9F 9F 9F 7J 7I 7I 6I 13D 4F 4F 17A 18A 10C 10B 4D 4D 6A 5A 6A 4G 3F 3E 3F 3G 13C 13C 4B 7B 7C 9D 9C 10C 13B 13B 3K 4K 5D 6D 8C 8C 8C 10C 4N 4N 4N 4N 4O 3O 4O 4O 4O 4O 4O 5O 2N 3N 3N 3N 3N 3N 2O 3O 3O 3N 2O 8C 20B 7F 8F 6F 5F 9F 9F 9F 9F 8F 9F R4015 R4017 R4018 R4019 R4020 R4021 R4101 R4102 R4103 R4104 R4105 R4107 R4108 R4109 R5501 R5502 R5503 R5504 R5505 R5506 R5507 R5508 R5509 R5604 R5605 R5606 R5608 R5609 R5610 R5611 R5612 R6020 R6021 R6030 R6031 R6034 R6502 R6503 R6504 R7101 R7102 R7103 R7104 R7105 R7107 R7108 R7109 R7110 R7111 R7113 R7114 R7115 R7116 R7117 R7118 R7119 R7120 R7124 R7125 R7126 R7127 R7128 R7129 R7131 R7132 R7133 R7134 R7135 R7136 R7151 R7152 R7153 R7154 B B B B A B B B B B B B B B B A B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B A B B B B A C C C C D C C C C C C C C C C D C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C D C C C C D 9F 8F 8F 8F 8G 8F 11G 11G 6F 7G 7G 11G 11F 11F 3D 3D 3C 4C 3C 4C 3E 3C 3P 21E 21E 21F 21C 21C 21D 21D 21D 22N 22M 21J 22K 22J 15G 21J 15F 20P 19P 18P 16P 16P 19P 19P 18P 17P 17P 14P 15P 14P 11P 11P 15P 15P 14P 14O 12P 12P 15O 13O 14O 12O 12N 12O 11O 11N 11O 8P 6P 6P 7P T2051 TU6001 VR2251 VR6601 X2 X3001 X3002 A A A A A A A D D D D D D D 19H 21P 20L 21J 12J 9C 9D

PRE/REC CIRCUIT BOARD


<43> PRE/REC LPB10174-001B
TP622 TP602 L612 C682 C687 R671 R670 TP612 TP611 C626 R625 R624 C627 R627 R697 R626 C625 R623

COMPONENT SIDE(A)
TP621

R622

C622

C686

C683

Q621

R651 W6 C662 R653

C624

C654

C684 C680 L613

C652

C629 C676 Q644

R642

R641

C655 C651 R632 C634 C650

IC602

C656

C601

C675

C631

C611

C661

Q643

C642

L602

C733

R659

C731

R707

R706 R705

W4

R704

R668

R689

Q641

R636

CN604

Q642

R663 C667

Q645

R637

C732

C646

Q608

R639

Q624

R664

C735

W1

C643

C647

C673

C692

C677 R667

C674 R665

R666

C665 R654

R662 R655

C639

C648

C734

C688 L621

C668 R694

L622

IC606

C679 C645 L624 D602

R703 C702 L632 R690 L615

B B A B B B B B B B B B A B B B A A A B B

C C D C C C C C C C C C D C C C D D D C C

13K 15C 18C 16H 16N 16N 18N 20N 18N 8E 10C 13C 7J 4N 3N 11G 21F 21C 21E 13N 11N

B603

R701 R702

IC608 Q609 R727 CN603 W16

IC604

<43> PRE/REC LPB10174-001B


TP621 R609 C603 C681 TP611 R631 L612 TP612 C682 C685 C629 TP622 R656 L613 Q602 CN601 C601 Q601 R603 R606 C602 R601 R602 R605 R608 R607 C684 TP602 W9 C663 L601

FOIL SIDE(B)
CN602

C693

A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A

D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D

14K 11L 10K 10K 12I 11J 11K 7K 7L 11L 10L 17C 14B 19D 16L 17K 14J 14G 15I 16J 3F 11G 3A 21P 20M 22J 17G 10N 12O 6P

CONNECTOR CN1 A D CN1901 A D CN2001 A D CN2002 A D CN3001 A D CN3002 A D CN3003 A D CN3004 A D CN3008 A D CN3009 A D CN3010 A D CN3011 A D CN5501 A D CN5502 A D CN5601 A D CN5602 A D CN5603 A D CN7101 A D CN7102 A D CN7103 A D CN7104 A D CN7105 A D CN7107 A D CN7108 A D CN901 A D CP3002 A D CP4001 A D DIODE D1

15K 21H 7N 20G 6L 8J 8H 10A 4B 21B 4G 16L 2B 2M 22D 22F 1A 10O 12N 14N 21B 7O 21F 10I 20I 5G 6L

A D 19K

TRANSISTOR Q1 B C Q2 B C Q3 B C Q4 B C Q7 B C Q8 B C Q9 B C Q12 B C Q17 B C Q21 B C Q23 B C Q32 B C Q33 B C Q38 B C Q46 B C Q47 B C Q48 B C Q49 B C Q501 B C Q502 B C Q503 B C Q504 B C Q1701 B C Q1702 B C Q1703 B C Q1704 B C Q1705 B C Q1706 B C Q2001 B C Q2002 B C Q2003 B C Q2051 B C

15L 15L 15K 15K 7M 7L 8L 10I 10L 11K 9K 9K 8K 10L 14J 14J 15L 15K 17D 17D 14B 14C 16K 16L 15L 17L 16L 15K 8M 8M 8N 19H

RESISTOR R1 B R2 B R3 B R4 A R5 B R6 B R7 B R8 B R9 B R12 A R21 B R22 B R25 B R26 B R27 B R28 B R29 B R31 B R32 B R33 B R34 B R36 B R42 B R44 B R45 B R46 B R48 B R49 B R66 B R68 B R75 B R77 B R79 B R90 B R93 B R104 B R118 B R120 B R503 B R504 B R505 B R506 B R507 B R508 B R509 B R510 B R511 B R512 B R513 B R514 B R515 B R522 B R523 B R524 B R562 B R563 B R564 B R565 B R566 B R567 B R568 B R569 B R1701 B

C C C D C C C C C D C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C

12L 11M 11L 10K 9K 10J 11J 11I 11I 8M 14J 14J 7L 7L 7M 7M 7L 8L 8L 11L 10L 11I 10I 10I 10I 11K 11J 9K 10K 8L 11L 14M 11I 10L 10L 10L 11I 14L 15C 18C 18C 17C 18C 18C 18C 18C 19C 19C 19C 19C 19C 15D 15D 14D 17D 17D 17D 14B 14B 14C 15D 18D 16K

R604 C652

L611

C653 C649 C648

IC607 R696 R695

W15

CN604 Q606 R688 R687 B606 Q607 D601 R691 R686 C668 R750 C669

Q605 IC609 W11 C699 C698 C694

L631

TEST POINT TP106 A TP111 A TP2253 A TP2254 A TP4001 A TP501 A TP7101 A OTHER B11 B17 B23 B48 B502 B2201 B3001 B5602 B5603 B5605 B5606 B5607 B6020 B6030 B6608 B7101 B7102 CF6031 J7101 J7102 J7103 J7104 J7105 J7106 J7107 J7108 J7124 J7125 K2251 K2252 K2253 PC3001 PC3002 S3002

D D D D D D D

5M 4M 5M 6M 5M 20A 20M

IC610

B B B B B B B B B B B B A B B A B A A A A A A A A A A A B B B A A A

C C C C C C C C C C C C D C C D C D D D D D D D D D D D C C C D D D

9K 11K 10J 7L 17D 21G 10D 22F 20D 3P 3E 20D 22K 22J 21I 12N 12O 22J 19P 18P 17P 16P 15P 14P 13P 12P 9P 8P 16I 16I 16I 17A 9C 7A

COMPONENT PARTS LOCATION GUIDE <PRE/REC> LPB10174-001B


REF.NO. LOCATION REF.NO. LOCATION REF.NO. LOCATION REF.NO. LOCATION REF.NO. LOCATION REF.NO. LOCATION REF.NO. LOCATION REF.NO. LOCATION REF.NO. LOCATION CAPACITOR C601 A C602 B C603 B C611 A C612 B C613 B C621 A C622 A C623 A C624 A C625 A C626 A C627 A C628 A C629 A C630 B C631 A C632 B C633 B C634 A C639 A C640 B C641 B C642 A C643 A C644 B C645 A C646 A C647 A C648 A D C C D C C C C C C C C C C D C D C C C C C C C C C D C C D 1D 2E 1E 8D 8D 7E 3E 3E 3E 3D 3E 3E 4E 4E 5D 5D 5D 5D 4D 4D 4C 3D 3D 3C 3C 4B 4B 3C 3C 2D C649 C650 C651 C652 C653 C654 C655 C656 C657 C661 C662 C663 C664 C665 C666 C667 C668 C669 C670 C673 C674 C675 C676 C677 C678 C679 C680 C681 C682 C683 C684 B A A A B A A A B A A B B A B A A B B A A A A A B A A B A A A C C C D C C C D C C C C C C C C D C C C C C C C C D C C D C D 2D 3D 2D 2D 2D 2D 3D 1D 2D 7D 7D 7E 8D 7D 7D 6C 6C 6C 6D 6C 5D 5D 5D 6C 6B 6B 6D 5E 5E 6D 6E C685 C686 C687 C688 C689 C692 C693 C694 C695 C696 C698 C699 C701 C702 C703 C704 C705 C706 C707 C711 C712 C713 C714 C715 C716 C717 C718 C720 C723 C725 C726 B A A A B A A B A A B B B A B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B C C C D C C D C C C C C C D C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C 6E 7E 7E 7C 7C 2C 2B 2B 3B 1B 2B 3B 6B 7B 8C 8C 8B 7B 7C 5A 5A 6A 6B 6A 6A 6B 6A 6A 7A 7A 7B C731 C732 C733 C734 C735 A A A A A C C C C C 3C 4C 4C 5D 5C L611 L612 L613 L615 L621 L622 L624 L631 L632 A A A A A A A A A D D D D D D D D D 1D 5E 5E 5B 7B 6B 5B 2B 6B Q645 A C 5C R632 R633 R634 R635 R636 R637 R639 R641 R642 R651 R653 R654 R655 R656 R657 R658 R659 R662 R663 R664 R665 R666 R667 R668 R670 R671 R672 R686 R687 R688 R689 A B B B A A A A A A A A B B B B A A A A A A A A A A A B B B A C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C 4D 4D 3C 3C 3C 3C 2C 2D 2D 7D 7D 7D 7D 7D 7C 7D 7C 7C 6C 6C 5C 5D 6C 6C 6E 6E 7E 3C 3C 3C 5C R690 R691 R692 R693 R694 R695 R696 R697 R698 R701 R702 R703 R704 R705 R706 R707 R708 R709 R710 R711 R712 R713 R714 R715 R716 R717 R721 R722 R723 R724 R725 A B B B A B B A B A A A A A A A B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C 6B 3B 4B 2C 4B 2C 2C 4E 7C 7B 7B 7B 7C 7C 8C 7C 8C 8B 8B 8C 8B 8B 7B 7C 7C 7B 6A 6A 6A 6A 6A R726 R727 R728 R731 R732 R733 R734 R735 R736 R746 R747 R748 R749 R750 B A B B B B B B B B B B B B C C C C C C C C C C C C C C 6A 7A 6A 7A 7A 7A 7A 5A 5A 4B 5B 5B 5B 5C

CONNECTOR CN601 A D CN602 A D CN603 A D CN604 A D DIODE D601 D602 D606 IC IC601 IC602 IC603 IC604 IC606 IC607 IC608 IC609 IC610 COIL L601 L602

1E 7E 5A 4C

B C 2C A C 4B B C 7C

A A A A A B A B B

C C C C C C C C C

3D 6D 2C 2B 7B 1C 3B 3B 3B

A D 1E A D 8D

TRANSISTOR Q601 B C Q602 B C Q603 B C Q604 B C Q605 B C Q606 B C Q607 B C Q608 A C Q609 A C Q613 B C Q614 B C Q615 B C Q616 B C Q621 A C Q623 B C Q624 A C Q641 A C Q642 A C Q643 A C Q644 A C

2-47

2-48

C628 W13 W14 C631 R692 R746 R747 B601 C644 W10 C645 L615

CN602

R672

W5 R629 R628

C621

C623

IC601

R621

CN601

L611

IC603

C696

L631

R619 Q604 R618

R611 Q603

R612 R613 C612

C613 R616 R617 R615

W2 C666 R655 C611

C630

C664

R658 L602 Q623 R698

C689

C703 R711 C704 Q614

L601 R614 R708 Q613 C705 R709 R712 R710 C725

W12

C670

C656 W3

C632

C657 R693

C640 R634 C679 C678 R749 R748 L632 L622 C701 L624 R657 C707 R716 L621 C723 C702

C641 R635

Q615 D606 C706 R714 C726

R715 Q616 R717

R713

C693

C717 C715 C716 C718

C714

W7

C711 R736

1D 2E 8E 7E 3B 4C 3C 2C 6A 8C 8C 7C 7C 4D 7C 7C 3C 4C 4C 5D

RESISTOR R601 B R602 B R603 B R604 B R605 B R606 B R607 B R608 B R609 B R611 B R612 B R613 B R614 B R615 B R616 B R617 B R618 B R619 B R621 A R622 A R623 A R624 A R625 A R626 A R627 A R628 A R629 A R631 B

C712 R735

C713 R721

C720 R731 R728 R733 R734 R726 R732

R725

R722

R723

R724

CN603

C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C

2E 2E 2E 2D 2E 2E 3E 3E 2E 7E 8E 8D 8D 7D 7D 7D 7D 7E 2E 3E 3E 3E 3E 4E 4E 4E 4E 4E

TEST POINT TP602 A TP611 A TP612 A TP621 A TP622 A TP631 A TP632 A TP633 A

D D D D D C C C

6E 5E 5E 2E 6E 6A 6B 6B

DIGITAL CIRCUIT BOARD

CN8002

CN8001

IC1304

R271

C252 R272 C253

Q202

B222

J902

J901

K214 R270

C4
LC2 LC4 C6 C7 C5 C3 LC3

C2

C18
LC7 LC6 LC5

K701
LC8 C17

LC1

C701

C1342 C101
R751 R706 C722

C704 C749 R701 K704 R702 IC701 R703

R1341 R1340 C724 R1


IC2 C11 C12 R3 C14 C13 C9 C10 C15 C16

R711 C720 R731 C709 R732

R728 R730 C755

<50> DIGITAL LPB10175-001B

<50> DIGITAL LPB10175-001B

R742 R737 R738 C746 R734 C748 R736 C760


C536 C719

C763 C751
RA723 RA727 RA726 RA720 RA719 RA715 RA714

RA724

C716 C769 C708 R1121


C714 R1122 R1123

C717 C1049 C736

C1 C8 R7204 R7209 R7203

C759 R1119
IC705 C750 IC704 C771 IC706 R1125

R1169

Q1111

R1195 C1152

C1036

R7208

C7202 L1101 Q7203 D1101R7206 D7201 R7211 R7210 R1170R7207 B1102 D7202 Q7202 C1119 C1033

C1032

R7205

Q1127

Q1134

C758

Q7201

R1194 C1151

L1115

R7201

R7217

R1196 C1153

C765 R1135
C767 K703

R1128 R1127

CN9001

C1150

C1318

L1112

C1146

R1192

C122
R752 R753 R82 C53

R1343 C1307

C707 C770

Q1133 R1189 R1190

C1147

R756 R755 R754 R712 R713 R714 R727 C757 R729 C754

C752 C756 C718

R740 R739 R741 R743 R744 R745 R733 C766 R735 C761

C713 C764
RA721 RA725 RA722 RA717 RA718 RA713

C1305

C715

C740 R84 R85 IC702 C54 C55 C56

C762 R1133
C741C747C745 C730 C731 C723 C721C121 R83

C753 R1109

R1306

C1301 R1142 C1303 C1306 C1304 C1107 L1102 R1103 R1104

R1303
C1302

R7202 C7201 C1157 C1149 C1156 R1191 C1155 C1323 C1154 C1148 R1316 R1318 C1325 R1320 R1301 C1321R1314

C1327

B1301 L1302

C1309 R1347

R1304

C726

IC1302 R1331 Q1301 R1185 R1111 R1106 R1339 Q1302 Q404

C1326

R1110

IC703 C725 C768

R1346

IC1301

C1308 C1310 R1305 C1314

R1302 C1320C1322 C1311 C1324 R1319 R1315 R1313

C1319

R1317

L404 C417 R1107 Q1117 C1127 Q1103 Q409 R1112 C1117 R1171 Q1102 R1124 Q1110 Q1104 Q1106 R456 C414 R428 Q1115 R1108 R1126 R1199 R1138 Q406 R425 R426 R424 R1105 R1141R1137Q1114 Q407 R1176 Q1109 Q1105 R429 R427 C1108 R1177 R1178 R1136 R1139 R1101 R1172 C415 R1140 R1184 C1103 C1109 L403 R430 R1113 R1143 C1110 R1102 C412R422 Q1108 C1105 R423 Q1113Q1116 D1104 R407 D1102 R413 D1103 C1102 C1106 R1187 C1104 R410 R415R414 R405 R403 C404 FL1101 FL1102 FL1103 C411 R499 R2 C409 C410

C735
C742 C739 RA703 RA704 C123 RA708 RA735 RA734 RA707 RA701 RA702 RA705 RA706 RA732 R552

C1315

R1342

R1309 R1308

R1338

C1316

C1317

R1311

R723 C733 R725 R716 R748 R720

R746

C728 C732

C729

C734 C727

R757

C738 C737

Q427

B401 R420 R421

L1303

R412

Q405

R1348 C1312 R1307 R1310 L1301 Q403

R1336 R1328 R1324 C1329 R1326 R1322 C1335 C1337

C743 R717 C711 RA730

R721 R749

R1312

L410

RA728 RA729 C525

L402 Q401 C408

Q408

C416

C1313 R408 R411 C413 C442 Q402 C440 R431 R467 Q419 Q429 R406 R409 R404 C405

R1349 R1350

IC1303

C1338 C1339 R1332

C1333 R1323 R1321

CN9301

R469 C441 R468 C439

R707 R708 K702 R718 R709 R726 R710 R724 R715 C744 R747 R719 RA733 R750 R722 RA731

C712 C542 R576 R577 R581 R570 C524


K508

C443

C124
C522 C710 C520C521

C543

R583 B502

R497 R498

R466

R465
Q418 R401

FL401

L411

Q1304 R472 C444 C1343 R479 R1333 C1331R1334 C1330 R1337 C1341 R1330 C1332 Q422 R1329

C102
C540

R503R504 R502R501 R505 R508 R506

R590 R589 R562 R565 R591 R560 R596 R564 R561

C425 IC207 C437 C438

L405

K506 Q501 C512 C513 R519 R571 R579 R592 R582 R578 R584 R567 R575 R569 R568 R566

RA517

C516

C407

R510

IC402

C1336 C1328 C1334 R1327 R1325 Q1303 R1335 C1340 Q420 R474 R476 R478

Q421

R473

R470 R471

L501 R595 R513 R514


R512

L409 R202 C227 K203 C226

C228

L401

R432 C418

IC501 R559 R587

RA520

R481

C526 R516 K509 C531 R541 C527 K510 C528 R517 C529 R521 R520 C511

Q423

R232 R231 C225 C224

IC202

X201 R237 IC210

R484

C449

C433 C428 C427

R475 R480 R477 C445

C530 RA518 RA519


R522 R529 R528C503

CN401

L406

C434 R485 L413

L408
R493

IC208 R236 X202

R495

C248 R267

R201 C201
C202 R238

R483 R482
C205 B221

C247

K209 R203 K208

C454 Q424 C453 R494 R492R489 R490 Q426 R491


C450 L412

R523 R594 RA522 RA521


C510

R496 C452

L202
IC211 C249 R266

FL402

C203 C204

L414

R268

CN402

R588

C206

2-49
RA502
C504 C515 C533

R486

R265 C250

B215

IC206

RA2

C447 C448

Q425

C230

R488

IC406

IC212 C19

RA501

C229

C251R269 K1
K204 K205 K206 K207

RA4

RA3

RA1

C532 C535

C446

C451 R487

IC11

C508

R531 R527 C502

R563 R554 R556R555 R558 R557 R586 K512 C534 R550 R549 R547

C517 C505 R539 C518 R540 C507

IC3

C509 R538 C506 B1506

K501

R593

K511 C112 K504


R536

C501 IC1502 RA215 RA214 RA523 C519

IC503 C514 R551 R542 R537


RA510 RA524 RA513 RA514

B11 R97

C58 C57 R44

CN8005

IC10

R98

C1505
RA509

R50 R51 R52 R53 R54 R55 R56 R57 R58 R59 R60 R61 R62 R63 R64 R65 R86 R66 R67 R68 R69 R70 R71 R72 R73 R74 R75 R76 R77 R78 R79 R80 R81 R87

C1506 K1502

C25

IC9

IC502

C541

K507

Q1

C63 C62

K4 C64 K2 C110

B10

B6 R91 R93 B5

K503K502

R88 B3

B501 R258
C235 C111 C243 R259 RA213

R92

R4 R5 R6 R7 R8 C26 R10 R9 R20 C20 R11 R12 C21 R14

IC1

IC7

C23

C22

R13

B1

R94

R216 C207
L201

D201

B13

C430R460C435

2-50
K201 R235 R234 C244 D202 R264 R253 R260 IC205 D204
C210 C1041 C1043

R225 C221

C59 C32 B12 B7 C60 C65 B8 K5 K3 R43 R89 C35 R42 C31 C30 R48 R41 R40 R47 R39 R38 B4 R37 R36 C34 R90 B9

X1

R215 R214

R251 R206 R257 C213 R240 B203 C216 C208

R1504 R1505 R1513 R1514

L1111

CN8004

C1134

IC1002

C1504

C1042 R1061 R1062

L901

C903 R924 K902

C1166 R1166 R1158 R1167 Q1125

R1160

C1046

R254 C237
C236 D203

B216 IC209 R263 R262 C232 R261 C245 K212 R255 C233
IC204

R464 R463 Q417

IC6

L407 R455

CN8003

C29
IC4 C432 R459 C431 R461 R462

R15 R16 R17 R18 R19 C24 B15 B14 C27

R96

R95

R27 R26 R25 R24 R23 R22 R21

R35 R34 C28 R33 R32

Q416

Q415 R457 R458 C429

C36 R454 R452

IC8

C802

R49

IC802

C223 R212R230

R447R446R437R438 B402 R445R444R416 C426

K213
K210 C231 K211 C241

B218 B217

IC201

C217 R224 C218 R205 R226 R227 R222 R248 R223 R249 R220 R250 R221 R219 R228 C220 C222 R245 R247 R241 R208 R252 R243

Q412

R807

Q428 Q411 Q410

Q414 Q413

K802 C537

C234 X202 C209R207C214 C246 Q201 C212 C240


C242 C1045 K1001 K202

C109 C805

C803

B212 B206 B213

C423 R435 R402

C211
RA203 RA204

R242 R244 R229 C215 B210 B207 B208 B205 B211 B204 B209 R217 C219 R218 RA207 RA208

C422 R436

R453 R442R441 R443R440R439


C539

C538

C804 R812

C806 C33

C61 C52 C51 C50 C49 C48 C47 C46 C45 C44 C43 C42 C41 C40 C39 C38 C37

IC5

C807

IC804
K804

R45 C108

R46

IC805

IC404

CN8801

C107 R810

IC203 R1059 D1001 C1169

Q430

R233

IC803

Q801

RA206

RA205 RA209 RA210

R597 C436

R813

RA801 RA802

C1005 R1002 R1009 R1003 R1001 R1008 R1005 C1004 R1007 R1004
R1012 R1013 R1010 R1011 R1014 R1015 C1007 R1016 C1006

B220 B219 B202 B201 R246 R239 R213 R209 B214 R204 R211 R210
RA1005RA1001RA1002 RA1003 RA1006 RA1004

B801

L1002
C1003

IC405

Q1126 R1188 R1198C1050 R1066 R1065 R1197Q1129 L1004 C1168

Q1132

C1002

B404

R805 R804 R806 R803 R802

B403 C1145 R1186 IC806 R815

R814 C808

R808 C106

R818

C1503
R1508 C1508

R817

R1503 Q1501 C1507

R1031 R1027 C1014 B1006 C1015 R1029 C1008 R1028 C1049 RA1007 RA1010RA1011 R1026 R1025 RA1008 RA1009 RA1012 C1009 C1010 R1024 RA1016 RA1015

RA1013 RA1014

R1517 R1518

IC1501

C1044

R1018 R1017 R1022 R1019

C1502 R816 R1510 R1511 R1509 R1512

Q1135

C1165

R1181

RA1504 RA1503

R1020 C1047 R1021 R1023 R1064 R1063

R1161

C105

C1501

IC801

K1501

C104

Q1123

R1165

C905

C801

R1041

C1012 C1013

R811 K801

R912 R913 C910

R911

R1146 C1101 R1144

C1037 C1140 C1022 C1038 R1055 R1054 C1160 R1057 R1053 C1011 R1173 C1161 R1052 B1005 Q1128 C1159 C1017 R1051 C1158 C1139 C1040 R1162C1170 R1050 B1004 R1049 R1163 C1135 R1164 C1039 C1048 L1117 R1048 B1003 IC1001 C1035 R1047 C1163 R1183 B1002 R1046 R1045 C1034 L1116 R1044 B1001 C1133 C1031 C1164 C1162 C1029 C1030 R1182 R1180 C1028 C1027 C1019 R1043 C1018 C1025 R1114 C1026R1042 C1023 R1115 R1129 R1035 Q1101 C1024 R7214 Q1107 Q1112 R1033 R1168 C1137 R1034 R1120 C1167 R1145 R1118 R1132 R7212 R1156 R1157 R7213 Q1118 R7215 Q1122 R1147 R7216 C1129 R1155 C1130 C1016 L1109 Q1121 C1128

C1118

R809

R904 R905

C909 R908 R906 R907 R909 R910 C103

C902

R1116 C1132 R1152

R918 C912 R917 C911 R916 R914 R915

R922 C914 R921 C913 R920 R923 R919


RA803 RA804

C7203 R1040 R1039 R1038 R1060 R1037 C1021R1036

C904

Q7204 R7218

RA901 RA902

Q7205

IC901

COMPONENT SIDE(A)

C1020 B1007 R1030 C1001 R1032

FOIL SIDE(B)

L1001

Q1119

Q1120

R1153 R1154

R1149 R1148

R1150 C1111 R1151

L1113

L1110

C1131

L903
J902

L902
R925 C915 K903 C908

R903 R902 C901

K901

C906 C907

J901

X901

IC902
R901

CN201

IC1304

COMPONENT PARTS LOCATION GUIDE <DIGITAL> LPB10175-001B


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LOCATION CAPACITOR C1 A C2 A C3 A C4 A C5 A C6 A C7 A C8 A C9 A C10 A C11 A C12 A C13 A C14 A C15 A C16 A C17 A C18 A C19 A C20 A C21 A C22 A C23 A C24 A C25 A C26 A C27 A C28 A C29 A C30 A C31 A C32 A C33 A C34 A C35 A C36 A C37 A C38 A C39 A C40 A C41 A C42 A C43 A C44 A C45 A C46 A C47 A C48 A C49 A C50 A C51 A C52 A C53 B C54 B C55 B C56 B C57 A C58 A C59 A C60 A C61 A C62 A C63 A C64 A C65 A C101 B C102 B C103 A C104 A C105 A C106 A C107 A C108 A C109 A C110 A C111 B C112 B C121 B C122 B C123 B C124 B C201 A C202 A C203 A C204 A C205 A C206 A C207 B C208 B C209 B C210 B C211 B C212 B C213 B C214 B C215 B C216 B C217 B C218 B C219 B C220 B C221 B C222 B C223 B C224 A C225 A C226 A C227 A C228 A C229 A C230 A C231 B C232 B C233 B C234 B C235 B C236 B C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C 2D 1E 2D 1D 2C 1C 2C 2C 2B 2B 2B 2B 2B 2B 2A 2A 1A 1A 7B 8A 8A 8A 8A 8A 7A 8A 9A 9C 9D 8C 8C 7C 9D 8D 8D 9D 10E 9E 9E 9E 9E 9E 9E 9E 9E 9E 9E 9E 9E 9E 8E 8E 13E 12E 12E 12E 7C 7D 7D 8D 8E 8E 8E 8D 8D 14E 10A 13D 13C 13C 11C 10D 10D 9C 8C 7B 8A 12D 13B 11C 11B 6A 6A 7C 7C 6C 7C 7D 7B 6B 7B 5B 5B 7C 6B 6C 7C 7C 7C 6D 6C 7D 6D 6D 6C 6C 6B 6B 6B 7A 7A 6A 7A 6A 6A 7A 7A C237 C240 C241 C242 C243 C244 C245 C246 C247 C248 C249 C250 C251 C252 C253 C404 C405 C407 C408 C409 C410 C411 C412 C413 C414 C415 C416 C417 C418 C422 C423 C425 C426 C427 C428 C429 C430 C431 C432 C433 C434 C435 C436 C437 C438 C439 C440 C441 C442 C443 C444 C445 C446 C447 C448 C449 C450 C451 C452 C453 C454 C501 C502 C503 C504 C505 C506 C507 C508 C509 C510 C511 C512 C513 C514 C515 C516 C517 C518 C519 C520 C521 C522 C524 C525 C526 C527 C528 C529 C530 C531 C532 C533 C534 C535 C536 C537 C538 C539 C540 C541 C542 C543 C701 C704 C707 C708 C709 C710 C711 C712 C713 C714 C715 C716 C717 C718 C719 B B B B B B B B A A A A A B B A A A A A A A A A A A A A A B B A B A A B B B B A A B B A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B A A A B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C 7A 6A 6A 4A 7A 7A 7A 6B 6B 6B 7B 7B 7B 15E 14E 5A 5A 5A 5A 5A 4A 5A 4A 5B 5B 5A 5B 4B 6E 6D 5E 5D 6D 6D 6D 6D 7D 7D 7E 6D 6D 7E 5D 5B 5B 5B 5B 5B 5C 5D 5E 6E 7C 7C 7C 6D 6D 7D 6E 6E 6E 8A 8A 9A 9A 9C 8B 9C 8B 8B 9D 9D 11D 11D 8C 9A 10A 8C 9C 8C 11C 11C 11B 11A 11A 10A 10A 10A 10A 10A 10A 9A 9A 9D 8A 14B 9C 9C 10B 10A 8D 11D 11A 14E 14D 13E 14E 14D 11B 11D 11A 12A 14D 12D 14A 14C 12C 14D C720 C721 C722 C723 C724 C725 C726 C727 C728 C729 C730 C731 C732 C733 C734 C735 C736 C737 C738 C739 C740 C741 C742 C743 C744 C745 C746 C747 C748 C749 C750 C751 C752 C753 C754 C755 C756 C757 C758 C759 C760 C761 C762 C763 C764 C765 C766 C767 C768 C769 C770 C771 C801 C802 C803 C804 C805 C806 C807 C808 C901 C902 C903 C904 C905 C906 C907 C908 C909 C910 C911 C912 C913 C914 C915 C1001 C1002 C1003 C1004 C1005 C1006 C1007 C1008 C1009 C1010 C1011 C1012 C1013 C1014 C1015 C1016 C1017 C1018 C1019 C1020 C1021 C1022 C1023 C1024 C1025 C1026 C1027 C1028 C1029 C1030 C1031 C1032 C1033 C1034 C1035 C1036 C1037 C1038 C1039 C1040 C1041 C1042 C1043 B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B A A B B A B B B B B B B C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C 14D 12D 14D 12D 14C 12C 12C 11C 11C 11C 12C 12C 11C 12D 11D 12A 13C 11A 11A 11A 12A 12A 11A 11A 12B 12B 14B 12A 14B 14D 13C 14C 13C 13C 13C 14C 13C 13D 13D 13A 14A 13A 13A 14A 13A 13A 13B 13B 12B 14B 13E 13E 13A 9C 10C 9C 9C 9C 10C 11C 14D 13D 13D 14C 13C 14D 15D 14D 13D 13C 13C 13C 13B 13C 14C 2C 4D 5D 4B 5C 4B 4B 3B 3B 3B 4D 3B 2B 3C 3B 2C 4D 3C 3C 2C 2C 4D 3D 3D 3C 3D 3D 3D 3D 3D 3D 2C 2C 3D 3D 2C 4D 4D 4D 4D 4A 3A 4A C1044 C1045 C1046 C1047 C1048 C1050 C1101 C1102 C1103 C1104 C1105 C1106 C1107 C1108 C1109 C1110 C1111 C1117 C1118 C1119 C1127 C1128 C1129 C1130 C1131 C1132 C1133 C1134 C1135 C1137 C1139 C1140 C1145 C1146 C1147 C1148 C1149 C1150 C1151 C1152 C1153 C1154 C1155 C1156 C1157 C1158 C1159 C1160 C1161 C1162 C1163 C1164 C1165 C1166 C1167 C1168 C1169 C1170 C1301 C1302 C1303 C1304 C1305 C1306 C1307 C1308 C1309 C1310 C1311 C1312 C1313 C1314 C1315 C1316 C1317 C1318 C1319 C1320 C1321 C1322 C1323 C1324 C1325 C1326 C1327 C1328 C1329 C1330 C1331 C1332 C1333 C1334 C1335 C1336 C1337 C1338 C1339 C1340 C1341 C1342 C1343 C1501 C1502 C1503 C1504 C1505 C1506 C1507 C1508 C7201 C7202 C7203 B B B B B B B A A A A A A A A A B A B A A B B B B B B B B B B B B A A A A A A A A A A A A B B B B B B B B B B B B B A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A B A A A A A B B A A A A B C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C 4B 4A 3A 3B 4D 4D 2D 2A 2A 3A 3A 3A 3B 4B 4A 4A 2D 2B 2C 2D 3B 2D 2D 2D 2E 2D 3D 3D 4D 3D 4D 4D 4E 3C 3B 3D 3D 3B 3C 2C 3B 3E 3E 3E 3E 4E 4E 4E 4E 3E 3D 3D 3E 3E 2D 4D 4B 4E 3C 3C 3C 3C 3C 3C 3C 3C 3C 4C 4C 4C 4C 4C 4C 4C 4D 3C 4D 4D 3D 4D 3D 4D 3D 4D 3D 5D 4D 5D 4D 5D 4D 5D 4D 5D 4D 4E 5E 5D 4D 14A 5E 13D 12D 12D 12D 8B 8A 12C 12D 3D 2D 2D CN8002 CN8003 CN8004 CN8005 CN8801 CN9001 CN9301 DIODE D201 D202 D203 D204 D1001 D1101 D1102 D1103 D1104 D7201 D7202 IC IC1 IC2 IC3 IC4 IC5 IC6 IC7 IC8 IC9 IC10 IC11 IC201 IC202 IC203 IC204 IC205 IC206 IC207 IC208 IC209 IC210 IC211 IC212 IC402 IC404 IC405 IC406 IC501 IC502 IC503 IC701 IC702 IC703 IC704 IC705 IC706 IC801 IC802 IC803 IC804 IC805 IC806 IC901 IC902 IC1001 IC1002 IC1301 IC1302 IC1303 IC1304 IC1501 IC1502 COIL L201 L202 L401 L402 L403 L404 L405 L406 L407 L408 L409 L410 L411 L412 L413 L414 L501 L901 L902 L903 L1001 L1002 L1004 L1101 L1102 L1109 L1110 L1111 L1112 L1113 L1115 L1116 L1117 L1301 L1302 L1303 A A A A A A A C C C C C C C 1C 9E 12E 7E 10E 3E 5E Q402 Q403 Q404 Q405 Q406 Q407 Q408 Q409 Q410 Q411 Q412 Q413 Q414 Q415 Q416 Q417 Q418 Q419 Q420 Q421 Q422 Q423 Q424 Q425 Q426 Q427 Q428 Q429 Q430 Q501 Q801 Q1101 Q1102 Q1103 Q1104 Q1105 Q1106 Q1107 Q1108 Q1109 Q1110 Q1111 Q1112 Q1113 Q1114 Q1115 Q1116 Q1117 Q1118 Q1119 Q1120 Q1121 Q1122 Q1123 Q1125 Q1126 Q1127 Q1128 Q1129 Q1132 Q1133 Q1134 Q1135 Q1301 Q1302 Q1303 Q1304 Q1501 Q7201 Q7202 Q7203 Q7204 Q7205 A A A A A A A A B B B B B B B B A A A A A A A A A A B A B B A B A A A A A B A A A A B A A A A A B B B B B B B B A B B B A A B A A A A A A A A B B C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C 5A 5A 4A 4A 4B 5B 5A 5B 6D 6D 6D 6D 7D 7D 7E 7D 5B 5B 5D 5D 5D 6C 7E 7D 6D 4A 6D 5A 5E 11D 11D 3C 3B 4B 4B 3B 4B 3C 2A 2B 2B 2B 3C 3A 3B 3B 3A 3B 2D 2D 2D 2D 2E 3D 3D 4D 3D 4D 4D 4D 3D 3B 3E 4B 4B 5E 4E 12C 3D 2D 2D 2D 2D R48 R49 R50 R51 R52 R53 R54 R55 R56 R57 R58 R59 R60 R61 R62 R63 R64 R65 R66 R67 R68 R69 R70 R71 R72 R73 R74 R75 R76 R77 R78 R79 R80 R81 R82 R83 R84 R85 R86 R87 R88 R89 R90 R91 R92 R93 R94 R95 R96 R97 R98 R201 R202 R203 R204 R205 R206 R207 R208 R209 R210 R211 R212 R213 R214 R215 R216 R217 R218 R219 R220 R221 R222 R223 R224 R225 R226 R227 R228 R229 R230 R231 R232 R233 R234 R235 R236 R237 R238 R239 R240 R241 R242 R243 R244 R245 R246 R247 R248 R249 R250 R251 R252 R253 R254 R255 R257 R258 R259 R260 R261 R262 R263 R264 R265 R266 R267 R268 A A B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B A A A B B B B A A A A A A A B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B A A B B B A A A B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B A A A A C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C 8D 9D 10D 9D 9D 9D 9D 9D 9D 9D 9D 9D 9D 9D 9D 9D 8D 8D 10E 9E 9E 9E 9E 9E 9E 9E 9E 9E 9E 9E 9E 9E 8E 8E 13E 12E 12E 12E 8D 8E 8D 8D 8D 8D 8E 8D 8E 9C 9C 7D 7B 6A 6A 6A 5C 7C 7C 6B 6D 5C 5B 5B 6D 5C 7C 7C 7D 6C 5D 7C 7D 7D 7D 7D 7C 7D 7D 7C 7D 6D 6D 6C 6C 5C 7B 7B 6B 6B 6A 5C 7C 6C 6C 6D 6C 6C 5C 6D 7C 7C 7C 7C 6C 7A 7A 7A 7C 7C 7A 7A 6A 6A 6A 7A 7B 7B 6B 7B R269 R270 R271 R272 R401 R402 R403 R404 R405 R406 R407 R408 R409 R410 R411 R412 R413 R414 R415 R416 R420 R421 R422 R423 R424 R425 R426 R427 R428 R429 R430 R431 R432 R435 R436 R437 R438 R439 R440 R441 R442 R443 R444 R445 R446 R447 R452 R453 R454 R455 R456 R457 R458 R459 R460 R461 R462 R463 R464 R465 R466 R467 R468 R469 R470 R471 R472 R473 R474 R475 R476 R477 R478 R479 R480 R481 R482 R483 R484 R485 R486 R487 R488 R489 R490 R491 R492 R493 R494 R495 R496 R497 R498 R499 R501 R502 R503 R504 R505 R506 R508 R510 R512 R513 R514 R516 R517 R519 R520 R521 R522 R523 R527 R528 R529 R531 R536 R537 A B B B A B A A A A A A A A A A A A A B A A A A A A A A A A A A A B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B A B B B B B B B B A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C 7B 14E 15E 14E 5A 5D 5A 5A 5A 5A 5A 5A 5A 5A 5A 4A 5A 4A 4A 6D 4B 4B 4A 4A 4B 5B 5B 5B 5B 5B 5A 5B 6E 5D 6D 6D 6D 6E 6E 6E 6E 6E 6D 6D 6D 6D 7E 6E 7E 7D 4B 7D 7D 7D 7D 7D 7E 7E 7E 5B 5B 5B 5B 5B 5C 6C 5E 5D 5D 6D 5D 6D 5D 5E 6E 6C 6C 6C 6D 6D 7D 7D 7E 6D 6D 6D 6D 6D 6D 6E 6E 5A 5A 5A 11A 11A 11A 11A 10A 10A 10A 10A 10A 10A 10A 10A 10A 11D 10A 10A 9A 9A 9A 9A 9A 9A 8B 8B R538 R539 R540 R541 R542 R547 R549 R550 R551 R552 R554 R555 R556 R557 R558 R559 R560 R561 R562 R563 R564 R565 R566 R567 R568 R569 R570 R571 R575 R576 R577 R578 R579 R581 R582 R583 R584 R586 R587 R588 R589 R590 R591 R592 R593 R594 R595 R596 R597 R701 R702 R703 R706 R707 R708 R709 R710 R711 R712 R713 R714 R715 R716 R717 R718 R719 R720 R721 R722 R723 R724 R725 R726 R727 R728 R729 R730 R731 R732 R733 R734 R735 R736 R737 R738 R739 R740 R741 R742 R743 R744 R745 R746 R747 R748 R749 R750 R751 R752 R753 R754 R755 R756 R757 R802 R803 R804 R805 R806 R807 R808 R809 R810 R811 R812 R813 R814 R815 B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B A B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B A A A A A A A A A A A A A A C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C 8B 8C 8C 10A 8A 8D 8D 9D 8D 11C 9D 9D 9D 9D 9D 10D 11D 10D 11D 9D 10D 11D 10D 10D 10D 10D 11C 11D 10D 11D 11D 10D 11D 11C 11D 11D 10D 9D 9D 9D 11D 11D 11D 11D 8D 9A 10D 11D 10D 14D 14D 14D 14D 11C 11C 11C 11B 14D 13D 13D 13D 11B 11D 11A 11C 11B 11D 11A 11B 11D 11B 11D 11B 13D 14D 13C 14C 14D 14D 13B 14B 13A 14A 14B 14B 12B 12B 12B 14B 12B 12B 13B 11B 11B 11D 11A 11B 14B 13E 13E 13D 13D 13D 11D 11D 11D 11D 11D 11D 10A 11C 13B 11D 13C 10C 11A 11C 12A R816 R817 R818 R901 R902 R903 R904 R905 R906 R907 R908 R909 R910 R911 R912 R913 R914 R915 R916 R917 R918 R919 R920 R921 R922 R923 R924 R925 R1001 R1002 R1003 R1004 R1005 R1007 R1008 R1009 R1010 R1011 R1012 R1013 R1014 R1015 R1016 R1017 R1018 R1019 R1020 R1021 R1022 R1023 R1024 R1025 R1026 R1027 R1028 R1029 R1030 R1031 R1032 R1033 R1034 R1035 R1036 R1037 R1038 R1039 R1040 R1041 R1042 R1043 R1044 R1045 R1046 R1047 R1048 R1049 R1050 R1051 R1052 R1053 R1054 R1055 R1057 R1059 R1060 R1061 R1062 R1063 R1064 R1065 R1066 R1101 R1102 R1103 R1104 R1105 R1106 R1107 R1108 R1109 R1110 R1111 R1112 R1113 R1114 R1115 R1116 R1118 R1119 R1120 R1121 R1122 R1123 R1124 R1125 R1126 R1127 R1128 A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B A A A A A A A A A A A A A B B B B A B A A A A A A A A C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C 12B 12E 11E 14D 14D 14D 13C 13C 13D 13D 13D 13D 13D 13D 13C 13C 13C 14C 14C 14C 14C 14B 14B 14B 14C 13B 13D 14C 4C 4C 4C 4B 4C 5B 5B 5C 4B 4B 5B 4B 4B 4B 4B 4B 4B 3B 3B 3B 3B 3B 3B 3B 3B 2C 3B 3B 2C 2C 2C 3C 3C 3C 2C 2C 2C 2C 2C 2D 3D 3D 3D 3D 3D 3D 3D 4D 4D 4D 4D 4D 4D 4D 4D 4A 2C 3A 3A 3B 3B 4D 4D 4B 4A 4B 4B 4B 4B 3B 3B 3A 4A 4A 2B 3A 3C 3C 2D 2C 2A 2C 2A 2B 2B 2B 2A 2B 3B 3B R1129 R1132 R1133 R1135 R1136 R1137 R1138 R1139 R1140 R1141 R1142 R1143 R1144 R1145 R1146 R1147 R1148 R1149 R1150 R1151 R1152 R1153 R1154 R1155 R1156 R1157 R1158 R1160 R1161 R1162 R1163 R1164 R1165 R1166 R1167 R1168 R1169 R1170 R1171 R1172 R1173 R1176 R1177 R1178 R1180 R1181 R1182 R1183 R1184 R1185 R1186 R1187 R1188 R1189 R1190 R1191 R1192 R1194 R1195 R1196 R1197 R1198 R1199 R1301 R1302 R1303 R1304 R1305 R1306 R1307 R1308 R1309 R1310 R1311 R1312 R1313 R1314 R1315 R1316 R1317 R1318 R1319 R1320 R1321 R1322 R1323 R1324 R1325 R1326 R1327 R1328 R1329 R1330 R1331 R1332 R1333 R1334 R1335 R1336 R1337 R1338 R1339 R1340 R1341 R1342 R1343 R1346 R1347 R1348 R1349 R1350 R1503 R1504 R1505 R1508 R1509 R1510 R1511 B B A A A A A A A A A A B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B A A A A B A A A B B B B A A B A B A A A A A A A B B A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A B B A A A A A A A A A A A A A A C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C 3C 2C 3A 3A 3A 3B 3B 3A 3A 3B 3A 3A 2D 2D 2D 2D 2D 2D 2D 1D 2D 2E 2E 2D 2D 2E 3E 3D 3D 4D 4D 4E 3D 3E 3D 3D 2C 2D 3B 3A 4D 2B 2B 3B 3E 3D 3D 3E 3A 4A 4D 4A 4D 3D 3D 3D 3D 3C 2C 3B 4D 4D 2B 3D 4D 3C 4C 4C 3C 4B 4C 4C 4C 4C 5D 4D 3D 4D 3D 4D 3D 4D 3D 5D 4D 5D 4D 5D 4D 5D 4D 5D 4D 4D 5E 5E 5E 5D 4D 5D 4E 4B 14A 14A 4B 3D 4B 3C 4B 4D 5D 12C 12D 12C 12D 12D 12D 12D R1512 R1513 R1514 R1517 R1518 R7201 R7202 R7203 R7204 R7205 R7206 R7207 R7208 R7209 R7210 R7211 R7212 R7213 R7214 R7215 R7216 R7217 R7218 RA1 RA2 RA3 RA4 RA203 RA204 RA205 RA206 RA207 RA208 RA209 RA210 RA213 RA214 RA215 RA501 RA502 RA509 RA510 RA513 RA514 RA517 RA518 RA519 RA520 RA521 RA522 RA523 RA524 RA701 RA702 RA703 RA704 RA705 RA706 RA707 RA708 RA713 RA714 RA715 RA717 RA718 RA719 RA720 RA721 RA722 RA723 RA724 RA725 RA726 RA727 RA728 RA729 RA730 RA731 RA732 RA733 RA734 RA735 RA801 RA802 RA803 RA804 RA901 RA902 RA1001 RA1002 RA1003 RA1004 RA1005 RA1006 RA1007 RA1008 RA1009 RA1010 RA1011 RA1012 RA1013 RA1014 RA1015 RA1016 RA1503 RA1504 A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A B B B B B A B A A A A B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B A A A A A A B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B A A C 12D C 12C C 12C C 12D C 12D C 3D C 3D C 2D C 2D C 2D C 2C C 2D C 2D C 2D C 2D C 2D C 2D C 2D C 3D C 2D C 2D C 3D C 2D C 7C C 7C C 7C C 7B C 5B C 5B C 5B C 5B C 5C C 5C C 5B C 5C C 7C C 8C C 8B C 9A C 9A C 8B C 8B C 8C C 8C C 10D C 10D C 10D C 10D C 9D C 9D C 8C C 8C C 11A C 11A C 11B C 11B C 11B C 11B C 11D C 11D C 13D C 14D C 14D C 13C C 13C C 14C C 14C C 13A C 13A C 14A C 14A C 12B C 14B C 14B C 11A C 11A C 11B C 11B C 11B C 11B C 11D C 11D C 11C C 11D C 13B C 13B C 14D C 14D C 4C C 4C C 4C C 4C C 4C C 4C C 4B C 4B C 4B C 3B C 3B C 3B C 4A C 3A C 3B C 4B C 12D C 12D OTHER FL401 FL402 FL1101 FL1102 FL1103 J901 J902 K1 K2 K3 K4 K5 K201 K202 K203 K204 K205 K206 K207 K208 K209 K210 K211 K212 K213 K214 K501 K502 K503 K504 K506 K507 K508 K509 K510 K511 K512 K701 K702 K703 K704 K801 K802 K804 K901 K902 K903 K1001 K1501 K1502 LC1 LC2 LC3 LC4 LC5 LC6 LC7 LC8 PC01405 PC01406 PC01407 PC01408 X1 X201 X202 X901 A A A A A A A A A A A A B B A A A A A A A B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B A A A A A A B A B A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A C C C C C D D C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C D C 5C 7D 2A 3A 4A 14C 14B 7B 8D 8D 8D 8D 7B 5B 6B 7A 7A 7A 7A 6A 6A 6A 6A 6A 6A 15E 8A 8A 8A 8A 11D 8D 11B 10A 10A 8A 9D 14E 11C 13C 14D 13C 9C 10D 14D 13D 14D 4A 13D 8A 1D 1D 1C 1C 1B 1B 1B 1A 14A 1E 14A 1E 8A 6B 6B 14D

B B B B B A A A A A A

C C C C C C C C C C C

7D 7A 7A 7A 4B 2C 2A 3A 4A 2D 2D

A A A A A A A A A A A B A B B B A A A B A A A A B B A B B B B B B B B B A A A A A A A A B B A A A A A B

C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C D C C

8B 2A 8A 9D 10D 9D 8D 9D 8D 7D 7D 6C 6A 5A 7A 7A 7A 5B 6B 6A 6B 7B 7B 5A 5D 5D 7C 10C 8A 8A 14D 12D 12B 13D 13B 13E 13B 9B 11B 10C 10C 12B 14D 14D 3C 3A 4C 3D 5D 15A 12D 8B

B A A A A A A A B A A A A A A A B A A A B B B A A B B B A B A B B A A A

C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C

7C 6C 6A 5A 5A 5B 5C 6C 7D 6E 6B 5B 5C 6C 6D 7D 10A 13C 14C 14B 2C 5D 4D 2E 4B 2D 2E 3D 3C 2D 3C 3E 3D 4B 3B 4C

CONNECTOR CN201 A C CN401 A C CN402 A C CN8001 A C

14E 6E 7E 1D

TRANSISTOR Q1 A C Q201 B C Q202 B C Q401 A C

8A 6B 14E 5A

RESISTOR R1 A R2 A R3 A R4 A R5 A R6 A R7 A R8 A R9 A R10 A R11 A R12 A R13 A R14 A R15 A R16 A R17 A R18 A R19 A R20 A R21 A R22 A R23 A R24 A R25 A R26 A R27 A R32 A R33 A R34 A R35 A R36 A R37 A R38 A R39 A R40 A R41 A R42 A R43 A R44 A R45 A R46 A R47 A

C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C

2A 2A 2A 7A 7A 8A 8A 8A 8A 8A 8A 8A 8A 8A 8A 8A 8A 8A 8A 8A 9B 9B 9B 9B 9B 9B 9B 9C 9C 9C 9C 8C 8C 8C 8C 8C 8C 8C 8C 7C 10D 10D 8D

TEST POINT TP1 B TP2 B TP3 B TP502 B TP503 B TP504 B TP505 B TP506 B

C C C C C C C C

9A 9A 9A 10E 10E 10E 10D 11E

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2-52

REMOTE CONTROLLER SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM


1
(LP21036-008 ) KEY NAME TV / VCR POWER PROGRAM OK PROG.CHECK TIMER START STOP DATE TV / VCR CH+ STARTSTOPDATETV / VCR CH1 2 3 REC LINK 4 5 6 / SUB TITLE REC SPEED 7 / DBS 8 / DAILY 9 / WEEKLY ENTER / CANCEL / C.RESET 0 / AUX SKIP SEARCH REW / PLAY / FF / REC / STOP / PAUSE / MENU TV VOL+ / OK / NAVI TV VOLBACK ENTER / OSD DISPLAY A.MONITOR / CLEAR A/B/C/D RECORDING PLAY RECORDING PAUSE

CPU PIN FUNCTION


<SYSCON IC3001>
PIN NO. CTL(+) SVSS CTL(-) CTLBIAS CTLFB CTLAMPOUT CTLSMTIN CFG SVcc Avcc LED AFC END SENSOR KEY_IN1 KEY_IN2 A.ENV/ND(L) START SENSOR HS2_ENV VIDEO ENV D/HS1_ENV NORM/MESEC/S WAID_DET Avss CTL GAIN LSA LSB LSC CAP REV(L) RC PROTECT EXP_DATA3 PAUSE/COMPU_IN COMPU_OUT/TEST_IN STB POWER_DET LMC1 LMC2 LMC3 SB_GAIN D_REC_LEVEL1 D_REC_LEVEL2 GR_ON(H) Vss RMO Vcc S.DATA TOSYS S.DATA FRSYS S.CLK I2C DATA_AV I2C CLK_AV K-BUS_IN K-BUS_OUT K-BUS_CLK SP FG TU FG D_CASS(H) LABEL IN/OUT IN/OUT CTL(+) SIGNAL GND FUNCTION PIN NO. 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 90 91 92 93 94 95 96 97 98 99 100 101 102 103 104 105 106 107 108 109 110 111 112 LABEL K-BUS_REQ REC SAFETY JUST_CLK TU_V_MUTE(H) S_CASS(H) FWE NMI X2 X1 RES OSC1(IN) Vss OSC2(OUT) Vcc MODE SYNC_DET(L) NC CH1_RECST(H) I2C CLK2 I2C DATA2 AT_ON LS2_H_SEL FLY_ON (H) LS2_FF CH2_RECST(H) Vcc HS_RECST(H) Vss SP_SHORT(L) EP_SHORT(H) H.REC_ST(H) N.REC_ST(H) A.MUTE(H) REF30 REF5 EXP_CLK EXP_DATA1 EXP_DATA2 NC AGC_CTL P.MUTE C.SYNC A.FF/HS2.FF V.FF/STD.FF/HS1.FF CAPPWM DRUMPWM SUB_CPU_RESET ET_REC(H) SEQP HI_S_FF_REW DPG DFG Vcc V.PULSE Vss CTLREF IN/OUT OUT IN IN OUT OUT OUT OUT FUNCTION REQUEST OF SERIAL DATA FOR THE D-VHS HOST CPU REC SAFETY SWITCH DETECT (SW ON:L) CLOCK ADJUST SIGNAL TUNER VIDEO MUTE CONTROL (MUTE: H) DETECTION FOR S-VHS CASSETTE(DETECTION:H) NC NC TIMER CLOCK(32kHz) TIMER CLOCK(32kHz) RESET TERMINAL (RESET ON:L) MAIN SYSTEM CLOCK (10MHZ) GND MAIN SYSTEM CLOCK (10MHZ) SYSTEM POWER NC DETECTION OF VIDEO SYNC SIGNAL(DETECTION:L) NC REC START CONTROL FOR CH1 SERIAL DATA TRANSFER CLOCK FOR MEMORY IC

2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33

LCD
14 25 26 27 10 12 13 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 28 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 11

KEY No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 34+32 34+36

IN/OUT CTL(-) SIGNAL IN OUT IN IN IN IN IN IN IN IN IN IN IN IN OUT IN IN IN OUT IN IN IN IN OUT OUT IN OUT OUT OUT OUT OUT OUT OUT OUT IN OUT OUT CTL BIAS VOLTAGE CTL PULSE FEEDBACK CTL PULSE OUTPUT CTL PULSE INPUT CAPSTAN FG PULSE INPUT SYSTEM POWER ANALOG POWER DETECT THE HTS MODE TUNING CHECK END SENSOR NOT USED NOT USED AUDIO PB FM ENV. INPUT/NON HiFi MODEL:L START SENSOR AT DETECTION AUTO TRACKING DETECT/INPUT THE AVERAGE OF PLAYBACK VIDEO SIGNAL PB FM INPUT / AT DETECTION S.VHS MODE:H (NORMAL MODE:L/MESECAM MODE:L/NC) WIDE ASPECT DETECTION GND FOR ANALOG CIRCUIT CONTROL AMP OUT FREQUENCY RESPONSE SWITCHING MECHANISM MODE DETECT(A) MECHANISM MODE DETECT(B) MECHANISM MODE DETECT(C) CAPSTAN MOTOR REVERSE CONTROL (FWD:H/REV:L) REMOTE CONTROL DATA INPUT DETECTION SIGNAL FOR SWITCHING POWER SUPPLY NC/CONTROL SIGNAL FOR TV LINK/NC REMOTE PAUSE CONTROL/NC CONTROL SIGNAL FOR TV LINK/MECHA TEST MODE STROBE SIGNAL DETECTION SIGNAL FOR POWER DOWN OF AC POWER SUPPLY LOADING MOTOR DRIVE(1) LOADING MOTOR DRIVE(2) LOADING MOTOR DRIVE(3) VOLTAGE CONTROL SIGNAL FOR VIDEO FREQUENCY RESPONSE LEVEL1 CONTROL SIGNAL OF D-VHS RECORDING LEVEL2 CONTROL SIGNAL OF D-VHS RECORDING GHOST REDUCTION MODE:H GND REMOTE CONTROL OUTPUT FOR SATELLITE RECEIVER SYSTEM POWER SERIAL DATA TRANSFER OUTPUT FROM THE ON-SCREEN IC TO THE FDP DRIVER SERIAL DATA TRANSFER OUTPUT FROM THE FDP DRIVER TO THE ON-SCREEN IC SERIAL DATA TRANSMISSION CLOCK FROM THE FDP DRIVER TO THE ON-SCREEN IC

VDD

R8

R6
COM3 64 COM2 63 COM1 62 COM0 61 S0 60 S1 59 S2 58 S3 57 S4 56 S5 55 S6 54 S7 53 S8 52 S9 51 S10 50 S11 49

1 BIAS 2 VLC0 3 VLC1 R7 4 VLC2

S12 48 S13 47 S14 46 S15 45 S16/P93 44 S17/P92 43 S18/P91 42

5 P30/LCDCL 6 P31/SYNC 7 P32 8 P33 9 VSS 10 P50 11 P51 12 P52 13 P53


31 P12/INT2/T11/T12

U1

S19/P90 41 S20/P83 40 S21/P82 39 S22/P81 38 S23/P80 37 P23/BUZ 36 P22/PCL/PT02 35 P21/PT01 34


32 P13/T10

45 VDD R3 D1 C1 22 3V R2 42 33 30

48 39 36 29 25 12 13 2

44 41 32 28 21 17 10 50 6

43 37 34 23 26 11 9 5

47 38 35 24 20 16 8 4

46 40 31 27 19 15 7 3

14 P60/KR0
27 P02/SO/SB0 28 P03/SI/SB1

15 P61/KR1
25 P00/INT4 18 RESET 24 VDD

29 P10/INT0

16 P62/KR2

30 P11/INT1

26 P01/SCK

17 P63/KR3

P20/PT00 33 Q1 VDD VIDEO SW1 TV R9 R1

19 XT1

20 XT2

22 X2

23 X1

21 IC

18
14 1 49

VDD

IN/OUT SERIAL DATA TRANSFER OUTPUT FOR MEMORY IC OUT OUT OUT OUT OUT OUT OUT OUT OUT OUT OUT IN IN OUT D-VHS LS3 REC TIMING CONTROL LS2 HEAD SELECT FLY REC START: FH LS2 FF OUTPUT REC START CONTROL FOR CH2 SYSTEM POWER D-VHS HS RECORDING START GND MODE SELECT MODE SELECT Hi-Fi AUDIO SOUND RECORDING START NORMAL AUDIO SOUND RECORDING START AUDIO MUTE CONTROL (MUTE ON: H) REFERENCE SIGNAL INPUT (30HZ) REFERENCE SIGNAL INPUT (5HZ) SERIAL DATA TRANSFER CLOCK FOR AUDIO/VIDEO AND TUNER/ REG CONTROL

VDD

R5

VDD J5 C4 R10 VDD X1 (4MHz) J6 J3 J4 J1 J2

OPTION J1 MODEL LP21036-006 LP21036-007 LP21036-008

J2

J3

J4

J5

J6

FDP GRID ASSIGNMENT AND ANODE CONNECTION


GRID ASSIGNMENT
DIG. 1 DIG. 2 A F G E J C D B 2H DIG. 3 DIG. 4

34 35 36 37 38 39

IN/OUT SERIAL DATA TRANSFER OUTPUT FOR AUDIO/VIDEO CONTROL IN/OUT SERIAL DATA TRANSFER OUTPUT FOR TUNER/REG CONTROL OUT OUT IN OUT OUT OUT OUT OUT OUT OUT OUT IN IN OUT NC AGC OUTPUT(AGC ON:H) PICTURE MUTE CONTROL(MUTE ON:H) COMPOSITE SYNC AUDIO FF OUTPUT ROTATION DETECTION SIGNAL FOR DRUM MOTOR/TIMING CONTROL SIGNAL FOR REC CAPSTAN MOTOR CONTROL DRUM MOTOR CONTROL RESET CONTROL FOR D-VHS HOST CPU S-VHS ET REC MODE:H SEQUENCE PULSE OUTPUT DETECTION OF HIGH SPEED FF/REW SIGNAL DRUM PICKUP PULSE INPUT (SWITCHING PULSE) DRUM FG PULSE INPUT SYSTEM POWER V.PULSE ADDITION TIMING CONTROL GND CTL REFERENCE VOLTAGE

H J

5F 5D

5E

5G

5A 5B 5C

40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56

ANODE CONNECTION
No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 CONNECTION Common Cathode DIGIT 4 Common Cathode DIGIT 2 Anode D Common Cathode DIGIT 3 Anode J Common Cathode DIGIT 1 Anode H Anode F Anode E Anode G Anode A Anode B Anode C Common Cathode DIGIT 5

IN/OUT SERIAL DATA TRANSFER OUTPUT FOR THE VIDEO/AUDIO IC OUT IN OUT OUT IN IN IN SERIAL DATA TRANSFER CLOCK FOR THE VIDEO/AUDIO IC SERIAL DATA INPUT FOR THE D-VHS HOST CPU SERIAL DATA OUTPUT FOR THE D-VHS HOST CPU SERIAL DATA TRANSMISSION CLOCK FOR THE D-VHS HOST CPU DETECTION SIGNAL FOR SUPPLY REEL ROTATION/TAPE REMAIN DETECTION SIGNAL FOR TAKE-UP REEL ROTATION/TAPE REMAIN DETECTION SIGNAL FOR D-VHS CASSETTE (DERECTION:H)

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VOLTAGE CHARTS
<SW.REG> MODE PIN NO. REC IC5101 1 2 3 4 5 IC5301 1 2 3 Q5311 E C B Q5312 E C B Q5401 E C B <MAIN> MODE PIN NO. IC1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 0 0 133 16.7 0 0 4.6 10.4 10.4 9.7 0 0 0 8.5 0 PLAY 0 0 133 16.7 0 0 4.6 10.4 10.4 9.7 0 0 0 8.5 0 MODE PIN NO. 89 90 91 92 93 94 95 96 97 98 99 100 IC501 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 IC502 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 IC2201 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 REC 2.2 2.2 3.9 2.5 0 0 2.8 2.7 2.4 0 2.4 0 2.8 0 12.0 0 16.5 0 12.6 0 15.7 0 10.3 14.0 0 13.4 4.6 5.0 0 0 0 0 0 4.0 0 3.3 4.8 17.0 10.8 5.5 2.7 0 2.7 0 7.2 0 2.8 2.8 0 0 0 2.8 2.6 2.8 3.2 2.0 2.0 4.9 0.7 2.8 0 2.5 2.5 1.5 2.9 2.1 2.0 4.4 2.0 0 3.3 3.3 0 2.1 2.0 4.9 1.4 2.8 2.8 2.8 0 2.8 2.8 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 0 2.0 0 2.2 2.3 1.9 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2.3 0 2.3 0 1.9 2.0 1.9 0 1.9 4.8 1.9 PLAY 0 0 0 2.5 0 0 2.5 2.4 2.4 0 2.4 0 0 0 2.1 0 2.7 0 2.1 0 1.9 1.9 2.1 2.8 0 2.7 2.0 2.6 2.3 0 1.5 0 2.6 2.6 2.9 2.4 3.9 4.9 3.2 2.5 2.7 4.9 3.3 4.8 2.8 2.8 2.8 2.8 0 4.8 4.8 2.8 2.6 2.8 2.9 2.0 1.4 4.9 2.5 2.8 0 2.8 2.8 1.5 2.9 2.1 1.7 2.7 2.0 4.8 3.3 3.3 0 2.1 2.0 4.9 0 2.8 2.8 2.8 0 2.8 2.8 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.3 0 2.3 0 2.2 2.3 1.9 0 0 0 0 2.1 0 0 0 2.5 0 2.3 2.4 0 0 0 0 0 4.8 0 MODE PIN NO. 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 IC2601 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 IC2602 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 IC2621 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 IC2622 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 IC2641 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 IC3001 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 REC 2.4 4.0 1.7 1.0 0 2.3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4.0 2.2 2.0 3.3 2.0 3.3 3.3 4.7 3.3 0 4.2 0 0 0 0 0 0 4.3 2.3 2.3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 -5.8 0 5.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4.7 0 0 0 -5.8 0 0 0 4.7 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 5.0 5.0 5.0 0 0 0 0 4.7 0 0 0 -5.8 0 0 0 4.7 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4.7 0 2.4 2.5 2.6 2.4 2.4 4.9 5.0 0 0 5.0 0 0 PLAY 2.4 0 1.7 0 3.0 2.3 2.4 0 2.4 0 1.6 0 0 4.9 0 4.6 0 2.3 0 3.4 1.7 2.2 3.3 3.3 4.7 3.3 4.3 2.4 0 0 4.3 9.1 4.5 0 2.4 2.3 2.3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 -5.8 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4.7 0 0 0 -5.8 0 0 0 4.7 0 0 0 0 0 0 -5.8 0 0 5.0 5.0 0 0 0 0 4.7 0 0 0 -5.8 0 0 0 4.7 0 0 0 -5.8 0 0 0 4.7 2.4 0 2.4 2.4 2.0 2.6 2.4 2.4 4.9 5.0 0 0 5.0 0 0 MODE PIN NO. 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 90 91 92 93 94 95 96 97 98 99 100 101 102 103 104 105 106 107 108 109 110 111 112 IC3002 1 2 3 4 IC3003 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 IC3004 1 2 3 REC 4.1 4.9 0 3.9 0 0 2.0 0 4.9 0 5.0 5.0 5.0 5.0 4.9 0 0 0 4.6 0 0 0 0 0 4.4 4.1 0 0 0 5.0 5.0 0 4.8 4.8 4.8 3.4 3.5 4.8 4.5 4.8 0 0 0 0 0 0 2.1 5.0 2.5 2.5 2.5 5.0 4.6 0 0 5.0 4.0 3.8 4.9 0 0 0 5.0 5.0 0 0 0 0 1.9 5.0 0 2.4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2.4 2.5 2.6 1.4 0 0 0 4.8 0 1.6 0 0 0 2.4 0 0 5.2 5.2 0 0 0 0 4.1 4.1 0 5.2 12.0 4.5 0 PLAY 0 4.9 0 0 0 4.1 2.0 0 4.9 0 5.0 5.0 5.0 5.0 4.0 0 0 0 4.6 0 0 0 0 3.3 4.9 4.1 0 0 0 5.0 5.0 0 4.8 4.8 4.8 3.4 3.5 4.8 4.8 4.5 4.8 0 4.8 0 0 0 1.5 2.1 5.0 2.5 2.5 2.5 5.0 4.9 4.9 0 5.0 4.5 4.5 4.9 0 0 0 5.0 5.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2.4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4.5 2.4 2.5 2.6 1.4 2.0 4.9 4.3 4.8 0 4.9 4.9 0 0 2.4 0 0 0 5.2 0 0 0 0 4.5 4.1 0 5.2 12.0 0 0 MODE PIN NO. 4 5 6 7 8 9 IC3005 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 IC3006 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 IC4101 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 IC5602 1 2 3 IC5603 1 2 3 4 5 IC5604 1 2 3 IC7101 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 IC7103 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Q1 E C B Q2 E C B Q3 E C B Q4 E C B Q7 E C B Q8 E C B Q9 E REC 4.6 12.0 12.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 5.0 0 0 0 5.0 5.0 0 5.0 5.0 0 0 5.0 0 0 0 4.3 0 0 0 0 0 0 2.7 2.7 2.8 0 1.9 5.0 6.5 6.0 6.5 0 6.5 6.5 6.5 11.9 2.4 0 3.1 3.9 3.3 0 1.2 2.7 1.2 0 2.6 0 2.2 0 0 0 0 2.0 0 2.4 0 0 0 4.9 1.8 1.8 4.9 0 1.0 1.0 1.9 4.9 1.8 1.0 1.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1.6 3.3 2.1 2.7 4.9 3.3 3.3 PLAY 0 12.0 12.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 5.0 0 0 5.0 0 0 0 5.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2.7 2.7 2.8 0 1.9 5.0 6.5 6.6 6.5 0 6.5 6.5 0 11.9 2.4 0 3.1 3.9 3.3 0 1.2 2.7 2.3 0 2.6 4.9 1.8 1.7 4.9 2.1 2.0 0 2.9 0 2.0 0 0 0 0 2.3 0 0 1.0 1.0 1.9 4.9 1.8 1.0 1.0 -5.3 -5.3 -4.0 -5.3 -5.1 -4.3 -2.5 -2.4 0 -3.9 -4.0 -3.1 1.6 3.3 2.1 0 4.9 3.3 3.3 MODE PIN NO. C B Q12 E C B Q17 E C B Q21 E C B Q23 E C B Q33 E C B Q38 E C B Q46 E C B Q47 E C B Q48 E C B Q49 E C B Q1701 E C B Q1702 E C B Q1703 E C B Q1704 E C B Q1705 E C B Q1706 E C B Q2001 E C B Q2002 E C B Q2003 E C B Q2051 E C B Q2052 E C B Q2053 E C B Q2054 E C B Q2055 E C B Q2201 E C B Q2202 E C B Q2203 E C B Q2204 E C B REC 0 2.7 3.6 0 3.0 0 0 4.0 0 2.1 0 16.0 1.3 0 4.7 0 12.0 16.0 4.8 1.2 0 4.8 4.1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 9.9 0 9.6 10.0 0 9.7 0 9.5 0 10.5 9.4 10.5 0 10.5 0 0 4.7 0 -13.6 0 -19.4 -13.6 0 -19.1 4.9 -19.0 4.2 0 8.0 0 0 10.4 9.8 0 0 4.8 10.4 10.2 9.6 0 0 4.3 6.2 0 5.3 0 4.5 0 0 0 -3.0 0 0 0 PLAY 0 2.7 3.6 0 3.0 0 1.8 0 2.7 0 2.1 1.0 4.9 1.3 0 0 4.0 1.9 4.9 2.7 0 -2.0 0 -5.3 -5.3 -4.5 -4.8 -5.3 -4.4 7.4 -2.2 7.3 -5.1 -5.2 4.9 -5.4 5.3 -5.3 8.8 8.0 8.4 -3.0 7.2 -4.0 -5.0 -3.0 -4.7 0 0 0 0 0 0 4.9 4.9 0 0 0 0 10.5 0 10.5 0 10.5 0 1.8 0 2.5 0 2.0 0 4.7 -2.5 0 0 4.5 0 0 0 -2.6 0 0 -2.6 MODE PIN NO. Q2251 E C B Q2252 E C B Q2253 E C B Q2254 E C B Q2277 E C B Q2278 E C B Q2279 E C B Q2284 E C B Q2601 E C B Q2602 E C B Q2603 E C B Q2604 E C B Q3001 E C B Q3003 1 2 Q3005 E C B Q3007 E C B Q3010 E C B Q3012 E C B Q3013 E C B Q4001 E C B Q4002 E C B Q4003 E C B Q5501 E C B Q5502 E C B Q5503 E C B Q5504 E C B Q5505 E C B Q5506 E C B Q5507 E C B REC 0 4.2 0 0 4.2 0 0 0 4.1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4.8 4.7 1.0 0 0 0 4.6 -3.4 4.6 0 4.6 0 0 0 -3.1 0 0 -3.2 0 12.0 0 0 5.0 4.9 5.7 5.6 26.0 -4.0 25.2 0 24.3 0 0 0 0 0 5.0 0 0 0 4.9 0 0 4.8 0 0 4.8 10.6 12.0 11.2 5.1 5.7 5.1 5.0 5.7 5.7 0 0 2.6 12.0 12.0 0 0 5.8 0 5.8 5.7 0 PLAY 0 0 0 0 0 4.4 0 0 0 0 0 4.4 0 0 0 0 0 0 2.9 0 0 0 0 2.8 -4.2 2.8 0 3.0 0 0 0 -4.1 0 0 -3.8 0 12.0 0 0 5.0 4.9 5.7 5.6 23.9 0 23.9 0 23.9 0 0 0 0 0 5.0 0 0 0 4.9 0 0 4.8 0 0 4.8 10.6 12.0 11.2 5.1 5.7 5.7 5.0 5.7 5.7 0 0 2.6 12.0 12.0 0 0 5.8 0 5.8 5.7 0 MODE PIN NO. Q5510 E C B Q5602 E C B Q5604 E C B Q6030 E C B Q6031 E C B Q7101 E C B Q7151 E C B CN1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 CN901 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 CN2001 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 CN2002 1 2 CN3001 1 2 3 4 5 CN3002 1 2 CN3003 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 CN3004 1 2 3 4 CN3008 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 CN3009 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 REC 0 0 2.8 2.5 3.2 3.1 2.0 3.2 2.6 2.0 0 0 0 9.6 0 1.5 0 0 0 5.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 PLAY 0 0 0 2.5 3.2 3.1 2.0 3.2 2.6 2.0 0 1.3 0 0 0 1.5 0 0 0 5.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 MODE PIN NO. CN3010 1 2 3 4 5 6 CN3011 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 CN5501 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 CN5502 1 2 3 4 CN5601 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 CN5602 1 2 3 4 CN5603 1 2 CN7101 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 CN7102 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 CN7107 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 REC 0 5.0 0 5.0 0 5.0 0 0 0 4.9 4.9 2.4 0 4.3 0 4.8 3.8 0 2.4 0 5.0 5.0 -7.2 2.7 4.2 4.2 0 0 12.0 12.0 12.0 0 0 0 0 5.7 5.7 23.8 31.7 47.4 0 0 0 0 3.3 3.3 2.0 2.0 5.0 3.3 0 0 0 0 2.5 2.5 10.5 2.0 4.9 -7.1 5.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1.0 0 1.0 0 0 3.2 0 1.8 0 1.0 0 1.0 0 1.7 0 2.8 0 2.3 0 0.7 0 2.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 PLAY 0 5.0 0 5.0 0 5.0 0 0 4.9 4.9 4.9 2.4 1.4 4.8 0 4.8 3.8 0 2.4 0 5.0 5.0 -7.2 2.7 4.2 4.2 0 0 12.0 12.0 12.0 0 0 0 0 5.7 5.7 23.8 31.7 47.4 0 0 0 0 3.3 3.3 2.0 2.0 5.0 3.3 0 0 0 0 0 2.5 10.5 0 0 0 5.0 0 0 1.7 0 1.0 0 1.0 0 0 3.3

WAVEFORMS
< VIDEO (MAIN) >
WF1 IC1-27 WF2 IC1-30 WF3 TP106 PB FM WF4 TP111 D.FF WF5 IC1-14 WF6 IC1-13

PB 2.3 Vp-p 50 mV/20 sec/DIV WF7 IC1-11

PB 0.72 Vp-p 20 mV/20 sec/DIV WF8 IC1-16

PB 0.7 Vp-p 50 mV/5 msec/DIV CN7102-1 WF9

REC/PB 4.3 Vp-p 0.1 V/10 msec/DIV WF10 CN7102-5

PB 0.56 Vp-p 20 mV/20 sec/DIV WF11 CN7102-3

REC/PB 0.56 Vp-p 20 mV/20 sec/DIV CN7102-7 WF12

REC 1.8 2.7 2.3 1.8 1.8 2.3 1.8 0 2.5 2.2 3.0 2.6 2.9 3.5 0 2.7 1.4 2.7 0 2.7 1.5 2.7 3.0 4.9 0 0 1.3 2.7 1.8 2.0 4.1 4.0 4.9 2.6 4.9 4.9 2.4 2.3 1.2 1.5 2.5 2.0 0 0 2.1 4.9 4.0 2.3 4.8 4.8 2.7 0 2.2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2.9 0 0 0 0 0 4.9 4.9 4.9 0 0 0 0 0 4.9 2.2

PLAY 2.1 2.7 2.3 18 1.4 1.4 0 4.0 1.9 2.2 2.7 2.6 2.4 2.2 0 1.7 1.4 3.2 3.2 2.4 1.5 2.7 2.2 4.9 4.4 1.5 1.3 2.1 1.8 2.0 4.1 3.5 4.9 2.0 4.9 0 1.4 0 1.2 1.5 2.5 2.0 0 2.1 4.8 4.9 0 2.3 4.8 2.4 2.7 0 2.5 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4.4 0 0 4.9 4.9 0 0 0 2.2 2.2 2.2 4.9 0

REC/PB 0.56 Vp-p 20 mV/20 sec/DIV

REC 0.1 Vp-p 20 mV/20 sec/DIV

REC/PB 2.2 Vp-p 50 mV/20 sec/DIV

REC/PB 1.2 Vp-p 50 mV/20 sec/DIV

REC/PB 1.3 Vp-p 50 mV/20 sec/DIV

REC/PB 0.6 Vp-p 50 mV/20 sec/DIV

< VIDEO (S-SUB) >


WF1 IC501-3 WF2 IC501-1 WF3 IC501-56 WF4 IC501-48 WF5 IC501-47 WF6 IC501-45

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2.1 2.3 0 0 12.0 0 1.3 0 1.6 3.0 3.0 0 2.5 2.6 4.9 0 5.0 0 10.4 5.0 5.0 0 0 5.0 0 4.9 4.8 5.0 0 4.5 5.0 0 4.8 0 0 0 3.4 0 4.7 4.5 0 2.4 2.4 2.4 4.4 3.2 0 4.8

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2.4 2.3 0 0 12.0 0 1.3 0 1.6 1.3 1.3 0 2.5 2.6 4.9 10.4 0 4.9 0 5.0 5.0 0 0 5.0 0 4.9 4.8 5.0 0 4.5 5.0 0 4.8 0 4.9 0 3.4 0 4.7 4.5 0 2.4 2.4 2.4 4.4 3.2 0 0

REC 0.7 Vp-p 20 mV/20 sec/DIV WF7 IC501-43

REC 1.0 Vp-p 20 mV/20 sec/DIV WF8 IC501-42

PB 2.2 Vp-p 50 mV/20 sec/DIV WF9 IC501-33

PB 0.7 Vp-p 20 mV/20 sec/DIV WF10 IC501-31

REC 1.5 V p-p 50 mV/20 sec/DIV

REC/PB 2.0 Vp-p 50 mV/20 sec/DIV

REC 0.8 Vp-p 20 mV/20 sec/DIV

REC/PB 1.5 Vp-p 50 mV/20 sec/DIV

REC 0.76 Vp-p 20 mV/20 sec/DIV

PB 0.7 Vp-p 20 mV/20 sec/DIV

< AUDIO >


WF1 IC2201-9 WF2-1 IC2201-53 WF2-2 IC2201-53 WF3 IC2201-21 WF4

TP2253 A.PB.FM

WF5

IC1-53

REC 0.47 Vp-p 10 mV/0.2 msec/DIV

REC 4.0 Vp-p 0.1 V/0.2 msec/DIV

PB 1.1 Vp-p 20 mV/0.2 msec/DIV

REC 1.0 Vp-p 50 mV/2 msec/DIV

PB 0.6 Vp-p 20 mV/0.2 msec/DIV

REC 0.3 Vp-p/PB 0.7 Vp-p 0.1 V/0.5 msec/DIV

WF6

IC1-63

WF7

IC1-99

1.8 0 1.0 0 1.0 0 1.7 0 2.8 0 2.3 0 2.5 0 1.3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

REC 25 mVp-p 10 mV/0.2 msec/DIV

REC 0.6 Vp-p 0.1 V/0.2 msec/DIV

< SYSCON >


WF1 CN3003-2 CAP_FG WF2 CN3001-4 D.PG WF3 CN3001-5 D.FG WF4 TP4001 CTL.P WF5 CN2001-7 CTL(+) WF6 IC3001-98 C.SYNC

REC/PB 0.8 Vp-p 50 mV/0.5 msec/DIV

REC/PB 4.8 Vp-p 0.1 V/10 msec/DIV

REC/PB 4.6 Vp-p 0.1 V/10 msec/DIV

PB 4.5 Vp-p 50 mV/10 msec/DIV

REC 1.2 Vp-p 50mV/10 msec/DIV

REC/PB 6.0 Vp-p 0.1 V/20 sec/DIV

2-55

2-56

VIDEO BLOCK DIAGRAM(1)

MAIN (S-SUB)

I2C DATA A/V I2C CLK A/V


C Y Y Y C C C

8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15

Fsc C TO DIGI Y TO DIGI Y FROM DIGI C FROM DIGI PB COLOR MAIN ALC DET Y TO SUB WIDE DET FRONT Y IN FRONT C IN FRONT V IN REAR1 V IN
33 32
EE/PB

16 17

WF9
+
NOT USED 40 39 38 36 NOT USED 34

WF10
Y C

18 19 20 21 22

WF8
42 41
CR ADJ

31

30
SP/EP(LP)
VHS S-VHS

29

IC502 ( S-VHS & SVHS-ET SWITCH )


Y Y

Y TO AV V FROM AV REC COLOR

WF7
Y

CLK

DATA

CLAMP

23 24 25

43

PRE LPF
CLAMP

IIC LOGIC
PB REC ATT DIGI/PB EXT PB Y PB DIGI
EXT PB Y

DIGI/PB
REC

CONV PB
REC PB

REC PB

28

1
SP

18
EQ

PRE LPF

DIGI

CONV PB*CONV

REC
N/S-LPF EQ
CLAMP

27

WF6
45

2
EE(L) REC PB

SP

17
EQ

REC

PRE LPF

16

25
Y
CLAMP

WF5
C

CONV

47

PRE LPF
EXT PB C

C
VCA

CONV REC

24
PB*CONV

NOT USED

NON LINEAR PROCESSOR


PB REC SP SP

12

6 23 FILTER

11
EQ

48

PB

WF4

REC

49

EXT PB C

10 EQ

50
REC
C

N.C. PB ATT
CLAMP

21

TRAP
51
CLAMP

20

ATT
C

52
Y

19
PB*D15 BB

V FBC
BB

V MUTE
D7&D8

53 GCL
Y

C.K.
BB COMP IN V5 V4 BB Y/C IN V3/V4 C1
Y

18

BIAS 17

NOT USED NOT USED

54

REC

AGC
PB V3 C3 C2

C MUTE
D16

AGC DET
Y

Y FBC
15

56

S.SEP S1/S2 DET


Y1 Y3 ATT Y2 ATT ATT ATT ATT

Y MUTE

NOT USED

ATT

WF3

IC501 ( Y/C SWITCH )


WF2

10

11

12

14

WF1
C Y C Y

REAR2 C IN REAR2 Y IN REAR1 C IN REAR1 Y IN

28 29 30 31

Note : For the waveforms in this block diagram, refer to page 2-56.

2-57

2-58

VIDEO BLOCK DIAGRAM(2)


5 0 DIGITAL 0 3 MAIN (VIDEO, SYNC DET, TERMINAL)
NOT USED

IC1 VIDEO & AUDIO SIGNAL PROCESSOR )

51
81 NOT USED

CN9301 C_FROM_DIGI 15 Y_FROM_DIGI 13 Y_TO_DIGI 11 C_TO_DIGI 9

CN7107 2 4 6 8

47 46 45 44

84

U.DRUM CN1

85 86

VIDEO HEAD
8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 SP CH2 SP CH1 EP(LP) CH1 EP(LP) CH1

WF12

7 6 5 4

88 Q12 BUF

3 2 1

42 41 40 39 38

89 90 91

VIDEO_ENV
92

TP111 D.FF

V/STD/HS1.FF

8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15

I2C_DATA_A/V I2C_CLK_A/V Fsc C_TO_DIGI Y_TO_DIGI Y_FROM_DIGI C_FROM_DIGI PB_COLOR MAIN_ALC_DET Y_TO_SUB WIDE_DET FRONT_Y_IN FRONT_C_IN FRONT_V_IN REAR1_V_IN
Y C Y C Y C

WF4 37 36

TO SYSCON

34 33 32
NOT USED

16 17

31

100

18 19 20 21 22

NOT USED

23 24 25

Y_TO_AV V_FROM_AV REC_COLOR

Y Y C

WF2

30
Q21 BUF

29

28

27

26

25 WF1

23

22

21

20

19

18

17

16

14 WF5

13

12 11

10

7
SW

2
BUF & EQ

1
BUF Q7

NOT USED

J7194 S IN
1 Y C 3 4 2

3 6 JACK
CN7191 9 11 6 FRONT_Y_IN FRONT_C_IN FRONT_V_IN CN901 3 1 6

BUF Q23

FILTER

Q17 Q33 SW

TP106 PB FM

WF8

WF6

WF7

WF3

TO SYSCON
NORM/MESEC/S SB_GAIN

IC7103
4

CN7101
6 7 8

4 6 8

Y_OUT

CN7104
8 6 4

5 2 TERMINAL SUB
Y Cb

J7191 VIDEO IN

2 1

3 2

Cb_OUT Cr_OUT

Cr

TO DIGITAL WF9 (VIDEO) CN9001 CN7102


D-Y_OUT Pb/Cb_OUT Pr/Cr_OUT
1 5 3

WF10

6 5 4 3 2 1

J7127
Y_OUT Cb_OUT Cr_OUT

Y Cb Cr Y

IC7101
2 15 12 7 9
Y C C C

4 1 2 1 6 7 9 8 1 2 4 3

J7106
V_OUT1 V_OUT2

TO TUNER
TU_VIDEO

C_OUT

J7105
Y C

WF11 WF12

S_OUT1

TO SYSCON

V.PULSE I2C_DATA_A/V I2C_CLK_A/V SYNC_DET(L) C.SYNC WIDE_DET

Y C

S_OUT2

SYNC DET Q251~Q253 4 1 2 1 1 4 2 3

J7102
V_IN1 V_IN2

J7101
C Y

S_IN2

28 29 30 31

REAR2_C_IN REAR2_Y_IN REAR1_C_IN REAR1_Y_IN


Y Y

C Y C

C Y C Y

6 9 7 8

C Y

S_IN1

Note : For the waveforms in this block diagram, refer to page 2-56.

2-59

2-60

AUDIO BLOCK DIAGRAM


3 6 JACK
FRONT IN
J7193 AUDIO(R) IN J7192 AUDIO(L) IN
CN7191
2 3 1

0 3 MAIN(VIDEO/AUDIO, FMA/DEMOD, TERMINAL)


WF1
2 4 F.AUDIO(R) F.AUDIO(L)

CN901
10 8
R L

9 14

EXT1 IN(R) EXT1 IN(L)

2 3 1

TO DIGITAL (AUDIO) CN9301

22 CH1 21 COM 24 CH2


CN7107
R L R L R L R L

CN1
7 8 9 9 10 11 12

U.DRUM

AUDIO HEAD
9 10 11 12

FMA CH1 FMA CH2

D/A_OUT(R) 16 D/A_OUT(L) 14 A/D_IN(R) 12 A/D_IN(L) 10

14 15 2 4

EXT2_IN(R) EXT2_IN(L) PB FM IN EXT3_IN(R) EXT3_IN(L) PRE OUT CLK 30 29 42 43 56 36 61

WF3

TP2253 A.PB.FM

WF4

WF2

DATA LED 53 LINE OUT(R) 57 LINE OUT(L) 48 62 SIF IN NORMAL IN

Q2201- Q2204
MUTE CONTROL
A_SEL_C A_SEL_B
R L

MUTE CTL NORMAL OUT

IC2621 9 10,11 1 IC2622 3 7 AMP 5 15 1 2 13 12


L R R

TO SYSCON
IC2201
H.REC ST(H) I2C CLK2 I2C DATA2 LED A.MUTE(H) ( N.REC ST H) N.REC(H)

J7103 L_IN1

14

3 4 5
L

L_IN2
1

J7104 R_IN1

NOT USED
R

WF5
1 IC2641 3 7 AMP 5

WF6

53

63

62 61

78

R_IN2
1

POWER Q2052-Q2055 SW A.MUTE

J7107 L_OUT1

SP ON
2
A_SEL_A A_SEL_B

OSC

Q2051 5 6 CN2002
2 1

DET
R
1 2 13 12
L R R

L_OUT2

FULL ERASE HEAD F. ERASE

IC2601 9 10,11
R

J7108 R_OUT1

1 IC2602 3 7 AMP 5

15

95 96

FILTER

TRANS
T2051

VCA

14

PRE AMP 97

R_OUT2

1
3 4
R R

REC ON
98

1 2 A/C HEAD
CN2001
3 4 2

CN1
4 3 6 7

TO TUNER
COMP

EP(LP) ON

A. ERASE REC/PB

REC EQ

99

FILTER

IC1 (VIDEO/N.AUDIO SIGNAL PROCESSOR)

WF7

Note : For the waveforms in this block diagram, refer to page 2-56.

2-61

2-62

SYSTEM CONTROL BLOCK DIAGRAM


0 3 MAIN (SYSCON, MAIN-TERMINAL)
IC3001 (SYSTEM CONTROL MICRO PROCESSOR)
X1 X2 CN3003 OSC2(OUT) 28 CAP REV (L) OSC1(IN) REC_SAFETY S.CLK S.DATA TOSYS S.DATA FRSYS D_CASS(H) END SENSOR
WF2

65 64 69 67 58 48 46 47 56 13 17 49 50 56 83 18 41 40 20 74 81

X3001 TIMER CLOCK (32KHz) X3002 MAIN SYSTEM CLOCK (10MHz) SIO SII CN3008
3 4 5 6 10

CAP MDA

CAP_REV(L)

CAP_CTL_V CAP_FG

3 2

AMP
WF1 IC4101

101 8

CAPPWM CFG

REC_SAFETY S_CLK S_DATA_TOSYS S_DATA_FRSYS D_CASS_SW

TO DISPLAY CN7002

END SENSOR Q3003 END SENSOR Q3002

I2C_DATA_A/V I2C_CLK_A/V

DRUM MOTOR

CON1
3 2

DRUM_CTL_V D.PG D.FG

CN3001
3 4 5

102 107 108


WF3

START SENSOR DRUMPWM DPG DFG I2C DATA I2C CLK

I2C_DATA_A/V I2C_CLK_A/V N.REC(H)


S3002 S.CASS
16

TO VIDEO/AUDIO TO FMA/DEMOD

S_CASS(H) PC3001 PHOTO SENSOR 54 PC3002 PHOTO SENSOR 55 SP FG TU FG HS_RECST(H) HS2_ENV D_REC_LEVEL2 D_REC_LEVEL1 D/HS1_ENV CH1_RECST(H) LMC1 LMC2 LMC3 CH2_RECST(H)

D_VHS(L) FLY_REC(H)
CN3011

5 5 LOADING MOTOR

IC3004 (LOADING MOTOR VOLTAGE CONTROL)

A/HS2.FF
14

15

13 10 9

LDM2 LDM1

CN3002
2 1

2 4

LDM2 LDM1

LMC1 LMC2 Vref

9 7 1 DRIVE VOL TAGE CONTROL Q3001


WF4 TP4001 CTL.P

36 37 38

V/STD/HS1.FF

8 7 6

DRECL DVHSL

6 26 27 25

CTLAMPOUT LSB LSC LSA EXP_DATA1 EXP_CLK 93 92 2 3


DATA CLK

ROT AR Y ENCODER LSB


LSC LSA

CN3004
1 2 3

HSH LS2H A_SELC A_SELB A_SELA HRECH FLYRECH

Q4002

12 13 14 15 9 10 11 5 4

5 4 3 2

HS_RECST(H) A/HS2.FF HS2_ENV D_REC_LEVEL2 D_REC_LEVEL1 D/HS1_ENV V/STD/HS1.FF CH1_RECST(H) CH2_RECST(H) D_REC(L) D_VHS(L) HS(H) LS2(H)

TO DIGITAL (D-PRE/REC) CN603

A_SEL_C A_SEL_B A_SEL_A H.REC(H)

TO FMA/DEMOD

1 2
A/C HEAD
CTL

ES CTL HEAD(-) CTL HEAD(+)


CN2001
6 7

106

HI_S_FF_REW

A/C HEAD CN1


2 1

IC3005
CN1901
2

3 1
WF5

CTL(-) CTL(+)

GR_ON(H)

42
WF6 I2C_CLK2 I2C_DATA2

7 8

GR_ON(H) I2C_CLK I2C_DATA C.SYNC

TO GR CN1901 TO VIDEO/AUDIO TO 3D SUB CN3

V. PULSE VIDEO_ENV

110 19 100 99 87 88 89 90 91 103 57 53 52 51 D3004 AL6V 2


IC3002 (RESET) Q3013

V.PULSE VIDEO_ENV D.FF/STD.FF/HS1.FF A.FF/HS2.FF H.REC_ST(H) N.REC_ST(H) A.MUTE(H) REF30 REF5 HOST_RESET K-BUS-REQ K-BUS-CLK K-BUS-OUT K-BUS-IN RES

C. SYNC

98

CN7104

TO VIDEO/AUDIO

V/STD/HS1.FF A/HS2.FF H.REC_ST(H) N.REC_ST(H)

I2C_DATA_A/V I2C_CLK_A/V IC3006


NRECH VUPH 14

4 5

I2C_DATA_A/V I2C_CLK_A/V

Q3007,Q3010 REG. CONTROL


CN7105
13 14

TO A.MUTE(H) AUDIO I/O


CN3009

I2C_DATA_A/V I2C_CLK_A/V LINE1INFO LINE2INFO HD_OUT(H) FAN_CTL(H) P.CTL(H) P.SAVE(L)

TO S-SUB TO TERMINAL

EXP_DATA2

94

2 3

DATA CLK

TO DIGITAL (HOST) CN7001

HS2_FF HS1_FF REF30 REF5 HOST_RESET KBUS_REQ KBUS_CLK KBUS_DATA

12 11 10 9 8 7 6 4

A/HS2.FF V/STD/HS1.FF

L1INF_A L1INF_B L2INF HDOUTH FANCTL P.CTLH P.SAVEL

5 6 9 10 11 13 12

TO REG

IC3003 (SERIAL MEMORY)

RESET 4

66

5 6

SDA SCL

For ADJ.

I2C_CLK2 I2C_DATA2

CN3010
2 3 5 6

RESET FWE SIO SII

ES SIO SII

71 62

MODE FWE

I2C_DATA2 I2C_CLK2

76 75

I2C_DATA2 I2C_CLK2

TO TUNER

Note : For the waveforms in this block diagram, refer to page 2-56.

2-63

2-64

D-VHS BLOCK DIAGRAMS


TO MAIN (SYSCON) CN3009
8 6 11 3 CN8003 1 3 2 5 6 7 TXD RXD SEQUENCE_PULSE HS2_FF DFF/HS1_FF SVREF30 REF5HZ RESET(H)

DIGITAL (SUB CPU, DMAIN, DIGITAL IF, E5, VIDEO, MEMORY, E5 DDR, AUDIO )
IC501
42 SIO_UART1_TX KBUS_REQ 32 176 SIO_SPI_MOSI KBUS_OUT_L 28 111 SIO_UART1_RX 176 SIO_SPI_CLK DATA BUS DDR_D0-31 ADD. BUS DDR_A0-13

AL5V 9 10 4 5 12 13 1 2

IC6

IC1304
OPTICAL OUT 1 133

IC503
DVICLK_9M 161 E5_27M TSCLK_SD CN9301 1 3 5 7
R

IEC SBP_CLK ACLKIN SD_CLK CLKO DADI

NOT USED

IC702,IC704
16 14 D0-15 A0-11 BA0,BA1

68 156 66 247

TO 3D SUB CN5

IC1301
1 7
R

IC1 IC4
SI SCK CS SO 1 2 4 8

IC1303
AMP

IC8
6 8 5 4 10 9 13 12

8 9

D/A_OUT(R) D/A_OUT(L) A/D_IN(R) A/D_IN(L)

3 5 1

23 22 2 4

AOUTR
D/A

VCO_CTL SDTI 12

128M DDR
IC703,IC705
16 D0-15 A0-11 BA0,BA1 ADD. BUS 14

SUB CPU
112 111 114 113 E2PROM_SOUT E2PROM_SCLK E2PROM_CS E2PROM_SIN

10 KBUS_REQ 11 KBUS_CLK 13 KBUS_RXD/TXD

3 5 AMP

AOUTL AINR+
A/D

SDTO 13

195

11

ADDO

IC1302

AINL+

IC502
AUDIO
VO_O(0-15) VI_D(2-9) VO_CLK VI_CLK(0) VI_CLK(1)
SD_DATA0-7

128M DDR
VIDEO_CLK

8 73 72

EEPROM
X1
AL5V 9 10 5 4 12 13 2 1

AL3.3V

IC5
8 6 11 3 CN8004 1 3 4 5

For JIG
SBE.A SBE.B HS1_FF HS2_FF

57 58

X1 X0 95 61

IC804,IC805
D0-7

MADD6-13 MADD14-21

SEQUENCE_PULSE REF5 Q0-7


ENCDAT(0-7)

JLIP_TXD JLIP_RXD BC_D(0-15) BC_A(0-14) 16 15 D16-31 A17-30 RSTX SIO_SPI_MOSI

109 110

CN8005 1 JLIP_TXD 3 JLIP_RXD

LH_AR(1-21)

21

16

RESET
55

IC3 IC9
2 1 4

IC1001
9-11,69 70,124 8 125,167 VI_D(2-9) 3-7,64-68 16 117-122 VO_O(0-15)

A0-20

DQ0-15

Q1
ES

MEMORY 32M FLASH MEM.


IC802,IC803
SDIN 72

Q1133,Q1134
C_TO_DIGI 11
C

VIDEO
163 VINC BC_A(0-14) 15

LPF BUFFER

IC201
71 HSPB 216 HOSTADRS0-14 HSPA 64 SERVOREF30 BC_D(0-15) 139 SBEA 16 210 HOSTDATA0-15 SBEB Q0-7 ENCDATA(0-7) TSIN0-7 141 RECDATAA E5DATA0-15 212 RECDATAB E5ADRS5-14 IC206 TSCLKOUT 20 253

4 3 PRE/REC
IC601
44 37 33 35,46 43 38
Q605,Q641 D601

TP611 REC_LEVEL1

Q1126-Q1128,Q1132
Y_TO_DIGI 9
Y

LPF BUFFER

252

VINY

U. DRUM
CN604 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22

Q1125,Q1135
C_FROM_DIGI 15
C

LPF BUFFER

106

RCOUT

8 16

IC405
D-FF

Q405-Q409 Q413-Q417
AMP

CN401 3 1

CN601 3 1

Q601 Q602

D-VHS HEAD
D CH1

BUF
Q621

11 3

SW
Q606,Q642 D602

Q7201-Q7205,Q1123
Y_FROM_DIGI 13
Y

LPF BUFFER

153

10 RYOUT

BUF
TSCLK_SD

13 19

SW
IC603 6 5 4

D CH2

TO TERMINAL CN9001 CN7102


C_OUT/R_OUT 1

AMP
Q621-Q616

24 21 22 25 27
4 IC609 1 2 11

HS2 CH1

Q1118-Q1122
C

LPF BUFFER

42

COOUT DQ(0-15) 16 A(0-9) 10

X201 IC1002
DQ0-15

74 72

TSINCLK XTAL19I XTAL19O CLK27O

HS2 CH2

IC206
211 E5_27M

IC603 8 IC603 12 13

Q1112-Q1116
Pb_OUT/B_OUT 3
Pb

TP621 PB_DATA1

10 9

HS1 CH2

LPF BUFFER

38

CBOUT

DQ0-15

X203

117 189

Q1107-Q1111
Pr_OUT/G_OUT 5
Pr

XI XO

DMAIN
179 DIVCLKO

IC206
DIVCLK_9M

LPF BUFFER

34

CROUT

A0-9

A0-9

Q1101-Q1106
D_Y_OUT 7
Y

16M SDRAM
41 YVOUT

IC207
OSC
3

IC208
2

4 171

LPF BUFFER

XTAL27I

34

(13.5MHz)

Q418-Q426 IC204
8 AIN_A VCXO27I AIN_B 76 78 LPF BUFFER 5 13

X202

CN402 3 1

CN603 3 1

Q603 Q604

BUF
Q623

8 6 16 10 21

25

IC602
TP612 REC_LEVEL2

TO MAIN (SYSCON) CN3011


CN603 6
CH2_RECST(H) CH1_RECST(H)

IC202
DQ0-15 DMD(0-15) 16 DMA(0-11) 12 SDRAMDATA00-15

BUF
TP622 PB_DATA2

J901

L902
COIL

16M SDRAM
A0-11

IC205
VCO_CTL

18

20 25,36

IC603 3

7
2 1 SW5V

3 8 9 16 15

HS(H) D/HS1_ENV. V/STD/HS1_FF HS_RECST(H) A/HS2_FF

DV I/O
J902

SW
Q644

SDRAMADRS00-10,12 VCXO27I 13

L903
COIL

IC204

X202

DIGITAL IF

DV I/O

2-65

2-66

PARTS LIST
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BEWARE OF BOGUS PARTS


Parts that do not meet specifications may cause trouble in regard to safety and performance. We recommend that genuine JVC parts be used.

1. EXPLODED VIEW 1.1 PACKING AND ACCESSORY ASSEMBLY <M1>


The instruction manual to be provided with this product will differ according to the destination.
310 318 307 306A 308 311 306 313 314 315 ADHESIVE TAPE 320 303 312

304

317

FINAL ASSY <M2> 302

305

301 SPEC OF BARCODE

(No.82933)3-1

1.2 FINAL ASSEMBLY <M2>


565

519 WR20 518


a

562B 562A 562C

564
564A

562

511 510

512

517

517 516 513

534
515A 515B
p n

515

534 511 530 543


q

542

DIGITAL BOARD ASSY <50>

528 530 529

546

s s

s s
TERMINAL SUB BOARD ASSY <52>

548
from DRUM

538
CN604

546 PRE/REC BOARD ASSY <43>


x

p
w

u
Q3003

563 n
CN1

(Incl. <52> TB1)

539
B

544 from MAIN WR1 537


A

g Bt
Q3002

D3001

MAIN BOARD ASSY <03>

S3002

533 533

k
C

539
f

532
f f

REC SAFETY BOARD ASSY <32> DISPLAY BOARD ASSY <28> JACK BOARD ASSY <36> 504 501

547 563 536


e v d

v c h k e v d k

531

545
CN5001

CD1

t t

536
d d

SWITCHING REGULATOR BOARD ASSY <01>

535 v 526

525

501A 501B 501C 501E 501D

501F

501E 501F

527

527

503 502

3-2(No.82933)

WR4

WR12

WR25

WR8 WR3 WR9 WR2

WR5 WR11 WR7 WR13

WR6 WR10

PACKING AND ACCESSORY ASSEMBLY <M1>


Symbol No. 301 302 303 304 305 306 306A 307 308 310 310 311 312 313 314 315 317 318 320 Part No. Part Name Description Local

Symbol No. 518 519 525 526 527 528 529 530 531 532 533 534 535 536 537 538 539 542 543 544 545 546 547 548 562 562A 562B 562C 563 564 564A 565 CD1 WR 2 WR 3 WR 4 WR 5 WR 6 WR 7 WR 8 WR 9 WR10 WR11 WR12 WR13 WR20 WR25

Part No. QAR0119-001 QYSPSPH2606Z LP10140-011A PQ11921-1-4 QYTDSF3010Z QYTDSF3010M QYTDSF3010M QYTPSFG3010Z QAR0174-001 LP20838-002B LP40587-002A QYTDST2610Z LP30312-001B QYTDSF3010Z LP40700-001A QYTDSF4012Z QYTDSF3010Z LP20941-001A QYTDST2606Z QYTDST2606Z QYTDSF3010Z QYTDSF3010Z QYTDSF3010Z PU59311 LP40369-001D PQ46418-1-2 PQ46419-1-2 LP30407-001D LP40407-001A LP40370-001F PDM4311A-1 PQ44230 QMPD190-170-K QUQ112-0722CG QUQ212-0520CG QUQ210-0742CC QUQ210-1622CC QJJ001-121412 QJJ001-041514 WJN0051-001A WJN0051-002A QUQ112-1130CG QUQ112-1016CG QUQ112-0914CG QJJ001-021612 QUB220-13RLRL QUQ112-1615CG

Part Name

Description Local

LP31128-001B PACKING CASE LP31130-001C CUSHION(BOTTOM) LP30934-002C CUSHION(TOP) PQM30021-105 POLY BAG LP40967-005A MINI CUSHION LP21036-013C REMOCON LP40254-010A COVER(BATTERY) -----------BATTERY QPC02202230P POLY BAG LPT0698-001B INST.BOOK LPT0698-002B INST.BOOK QPC02503530P POLY BAG PEAC0294-04 RF CABLE QAM0004-002 S CABLE QAM0207-001 AUDIO CABLE QAL0095-004 LED CABLE ASSY LPT0698-004A SHEET(D-VHS) BT-51028-2 REGIST CARD QAM0492-001 CLEANING TAPE

(x2) (x2) 22cm x 22cm (ENGLISH) (FRENCH) 25cm x 35cm

FINAL ASSEMBLY <M2>


Symbol No. 501 501A 501B 501C 501D 501E 501F 502 503 504 510 511 512 513 515 515A 515B 516 517 Part No. LP10437-001D LP21109-001B PQ46448 QZW0055-003 DPSF3010Z QZW0063-001 PQ43013-7 LP21114-001D QPH00504210 QYTDSF2608Z PQ11922-52-13 QYTDSF3010R QYTDSF3010M LP31153-001A LP21000-003A LP40323-001A LP30004-014A PDZ0179-1-4 QYSPSP3006Z Part Name Description Local

FRONT PANEL ASSY CASSETTE DOOR TORSION SPRING DAMPER SCREW MAGNET LATCH (x2) FOOT (x2) DOOR ASSY POLY SHEET 5cm x 42cm TAP SCREW 2.6mm x 8mm JACK(x3) TOP COVER TAP SCREW 3mm x 10mm TOP SIDE(x4) TAP SCREW 3mm x 10mm TOP REAR STICKER(TOP) DRUM SUB ASSY CONTACT COMPRES. SPRING ROTOR ASSY SCREW 3mm x 6mm(x2)

STATOR ASSY SCREW 2.6mm x 6mm(x2) BOTTOM CHASSIS BOTTOM COVER TAP SCREW 3mm x 10mm BOTTOM COVER(x2) TAP SCREW 3mm x 10mm DIGITAL TAP SCREW 3mm x 10mm TERMINAL(REAR) TAP SCREW 3mm x 10mm TERMINAL(TOP)(x2) FAN MOTOR COVER(FAN) SPECIAL SCREW FAN COVER(x4) TAP SCREW 2.6mm x 10mm DRUM(x3) BRACKET(CHASSIS) STAP CREW 3mm x 10mm BRACKET(x2) SPECIAL SCREW MECHANISM TAP SCREW 4mm x 12mm MECHANISM TAP SCREW 3mm x 10mm MECHANISM(x2) SHIELD CASE(PRE TAP SCREW 2.6mm x 6mm PRE/REC TAP SCREW 2.6mm x 6mm MAIN TAP SCREW 3mm x 10mm SW REG(x3) TAP SCREW 3mm x 10mm DIGITAL(x3) TAP SCREW 3mm x 10mm REC SAFETY WIRE CLAMP CLEANER ASSY CLEANER ROLLER CLEANER CLEANER ARM KNOB ASSY (x2) ROLLER ARM ASSY ROLLER ASSY INERTIA PLATE POWER CORD(JP) 1.7m BLACK FFC WIRE MAIN CN2001-A/C HEAD FFC WIRE MAIN CN3001-DRUM MDA FFC WIRE MAIN CN7102-DIGITAL CN9001 FFC WIRE MAIN CN3009-DIGITAL CN8003 SIN CR C-C WIRE MAIN CN5601-DIGITAL CN8002 SIN CR C-C WIRE MAIN CN5602-DIGITAL CN8001 E-SH C WIRE C-C PRE/REC CN601-DIGITAL CN401 E-SH C WIRE C-C PRE/REC CN602-DIGITAL CN402 FFC WIRE MAIN CN901-JACK CN7191 MAIN CN3008-DISPLAY CN7002 FFC WIRE FFC WIRE MAIN CN7101-TER.SUB CN7104 SIN CR C-C WIRE MAIN CN5603-DISPLAY CN7005 SIN TWIST WIRE STATOR-PRE/REC FFC WIRE MAIN CN7107-DIGITAL CN9301

(No.82933)3-3

1.3 MECHANISM ASSEMBLY <M4>


124 141 128 122 138 139

139 143 130 137 140

129 127

43 143 42 123 120 105 49 AA AA AA 46

44

A/C HEAD BOARD ASSY <12>


57

107 75 74 72 104 89 AA 7 21 BB 5 132 AA 76 AA 88 73 4 AA AA 17 AA 6 11 AA 13 121 10 BB 106

51

40 13 107 12 39 58 AA 55 26 AA 14 53 1A 54 83 52

LOADING MOTOR BOARD ASSY <55>

59 61

AA

60 62

142

3 AA 1B

82

134

135 155 86 85

78

1 AA

152
AA AA 15 93 32 37 35 103 36 102 38 32 94 22 99 96 BB 16 AA 108 109 90 69 AA 92 87 67 100 27 70 71 65 68 64 18 24 25 23 AA 63 AA 31 95 84 119 66 118 AA 19 20 111 113 1 112 AA 114 AA 110 151 116 115 117 AA 34 81 80

NOTE:The section marked in AA and BB indicate lubrication and greasing areas. Part No. KYODO-SH-P or KYODO-SH-JB COSMO-HV56 Symbol in drawing AA BB

Classification Grease Oil

3-4(No.82933)

MECHANISM ASSEMBLY <M4>


Symbol No. 1 1A 1B 3 4 5 6 7 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 31 32 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 42 43 44 46 49 51 52 53 54 55 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 78 80 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 Part No. LP20884-002F LP40275-002B QYTDST2606Z LP30492-002B NAH0001-001 LP40098-001B QYTDST2608Z LP40637-002A QYTDST2606Z LP30409-002C LP30409-002C QYTDST2606Z PQ40919-10 LP30223-003C QYTDST2606Z PQ40919-10 LP30224-001B LP40099-001A LP40100-001A LP40101-007A QYSPSTG2606Z LP40103-002B LP40099-001A LP40100-001A LP40104-008A QYSPSTG2606Z LP20233-004C QYTPST2606Z LP30226-004E QYTPST2605Z LP30249-003B LP30003-006A LP40119-002A LP20234-004B QYTDST2606Z LP40105-003A LP40753-001A LP40148-002A LP40149-001C LP40106-008A LP40134-002A QAH0010-005 LP30228-001C LP30004-013A LP40236-001A LP40213-002B QYTDST2608Z QAR0023-001 PQ43546-1-2 LP30230-003D QYTPSP3003Z LP30005-003A LP20791-002D PQM30017-24 LP40120-001A LP40107-002A PQM30017-24 LP10284-002E LP40379-001B QYTDSF2608M LP40108-001A LP30003-010A LP40109-004A PQ46302-1-3 LP30232-002B LP40532-009B LP40111-014C LP30003-029A LP30233-001C LP40357-001B LP40461-001A QAR0234-001 QYTDSF2606M LP30005-008A LP40114-011B LP30016-001A Part Name Description Local

Symbol No. 90 92 93 94 95 96 99 100 102 103 104 105 106 107 108 109 110 111 112 113 114 115 116 117 118 119 120 121 122 123 124 127 128 129 130 132 134 135 137 138 139 140 141 142 143 151 152 155

Part No. LP40593-004A PQM30017-47 LP30696-002A LP30697-003A LP40554-002A LP40442-001A LP40483-002A LP30016-001A LP40484-003B LP40512-002B LP30236-002C LP20237-003B LP20238-003B LP30017-015A QSW0554-003 LP40746-001A LP30237-002B LP30239-002G LP30240-002G LP40136-001E LP30242-002C LP30339-002F LP40545-001A LP40214-001B PQM30017-47 LP30243-002A LP20240-001G LP40137-001A LP10081-002P LP10082-002V LP30255-006B LP30256-001H LP40168-003A LP40218-001B LP30257-001G LP30244-002H LP30245-002F LP30003-004A LP20578-001C LP30500-001D LP40450-003A LP30003-025B LP30003-024A LP40481-003A LP30019-014A LP20324-003B LP30493-001B PDM4057-6

Part Name CLUTCH UNIT 3 SLIT WASHER CLUTCH GEAR 4 COUPLING GEAR COMP. SPRING DIRECT GEAR COMP.SPRING SLIT WASHER CHANGE LEV.ASSY COMP. SPRING IDLER LEVER REEL DISK(SUPPLY) REEL DISK(TAKE UP) SPACER ROTARY ENCODER SPECIAL SCREW CASSETTE GEAR LIMIT GEAR(1) LIMIT GEAR(2) TORSION SPRING RELAY GEAR OPENER GUIDE TORSION SPRING C.H.BRACKET SLIT WASHER DRIVE GEAR DRIVE ARM TORSION SPRING SIDE HOLDER(L) SIDE HOLDER(R) LOCK LEVER(L) LOCK LEVER(R) TORSION SPRING(L) TORSION SPRING(R) CASSETTE HOLDER GUIDE RAIL REC SAFETY LEVER TENSION SPRING TOP GUIDE HOLD PLATE PAD TENSION SPRING TENSION SPRING ROLLER CAM ASSY PAD DOOR OPENER START SENSOR CAP SPACER

Description Local

MAIN DECK ASSY PLATE(SUPPLY) TAP SCREW 2.6mm x 6mm(x4) GUIDE POLE GUARD FULL ERASE HEAD GUIDE POLE(SUPPLY) TAP SCREW 2.6mm x 8mm TENSION STUD BASE ASSY TAP SCREW 2.6mm x 6mm UV CATCHER 2 UV CATCHER 2 TAP SCREW 2.6mm x 6mm(x2) SPACER LOADING ARM GEAR SHAFT TAP SCREW 2.6mm x 6mm SPACER LOADING ARM GEAR(SUPPLY) TORSION ARM PIN POLE BASE ASSY(SUPPLY) TAP SCREW 2.6mm x 6mm LOADING ARM GEAR(TAKE UP) TORSION ARM PIN POLE BASE ASSY(TAKE UP) TAP SCREW 2.6mm x 6mm ROTARY ENCODER GUIDE TAP SCREW 2.6mm x 6mm(x2) CONTROL PLATE GUIDE TAP SCREW 2.6mm x 5mm TAKE UP LEVER TENSION SPRING TAKE UP HEAD LID GUIDE TAP SCREW 2.6mm x 6mm(x2) PINCH ROLLER ARM ASSY PINCH ROLLER SHEET 3 TORSION SPRING PRESS LEVER ASSY GUIDE ARM ASSY TENSION SPRING AC HEAD HEAD BASE COMP.SPRING (x2) COMP.SPRING SPECIAL SCREW (x3) TAP SCREW 2.6mm x 8mm(x2) LOADING MOTOR MOTOR PULLEY MOTOR GUIDE SCREW 3mm x 3mm(x2) BELT CTL.CAM SLIT WASHER WORM GEAR LINK LEVER ASSY SLIT WASHER CONTROL PLATE CONTROL BRACKET(1) TAP SCREW 2.6mm x 8mm TENSION ARM ASSY TENSION SPRING TENSION BRAKE ASSY ADJUST PIN TENSION ARM BEARING MAIN BRAKE ASSY(SUPPLY) MAIN BRAKE ASSY(TAKE UP) TENSION SPRING SUB BRAKE(TAKE UP) TENSION SPRING CAPSTAN BRAKE ASSY CAPSTAN MOTOR TAP SCREW 2.6mm x 6mm(x3) BELT IDLER ARM ASSY SLIT WASHER

(x2)

(x2)

(x2)

(x2)

(No.82933)3-5

2. PARTS LIST SWITCHING REGULATOR BOARD ASSEMBLY <01>


Symbol No. PW1 Part No. LPA10168-01B Part Name Description Local

Symbol No.

Part No.

Part Name Z DIODE Z DIODE IC(PHOTO COUPLER) MM CAPACITOR MM CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR M CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR MF CAPACITOR M CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR C RESISTOR OMF RESISTOR C RESISTOR FUSI RESISTOR C RESISTOR MG RESISTOR C RESISTOR MF RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR CMF RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR C RESISTOR C RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR C RESISTOR C RESISTOR C RESISTOR C RESISTOR C RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MF RESISTOR MF RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MF RESISTOR CHOKE COIL

Description

Local

D5403 MTZJ5.6C-T2 D5403 or RD5.6ES/B3/-T2 PC5101 C5001 C5002 C5003 C5004 C5101 C5102 C5103 C5104 C5105 C5106 C5202 C5203 C5204 C5205 C5206 C5207 C5301 C5302 C5303 C5304 C5305 C5306 C5401 C5402 C5403 C5404 C5405 C5406 C5407 C5408 C5409 R5001 R5101 R5103 R5104 R5105 R5106 R5107 R5108 R5301 R5302 R5303 R5304 R5305 R5306 R5307 R5308 R5309 R5310 R5316 R5317 R5319 R5320 R5321 R5322 R5331 R5332 R5333 R5401 R5402 R5403 R5404 R5405 R5406 R5407 R5408 R5409 R5410 R5411 R5421 L5201 PS2501-1 QFZ9067-473 QFZ9067-223 QEZ0516-337 QCZ9094-472 QCZ0136-101Z QCZ0349-472Z QEMT1VM-276 QCZ0136-471Z QFLC1HJ-471Z NCB31HK-103X QEMT1CM-827 QEMT1AM-228 QEMU1EM-187Z QETN2AM-475Z QEMU1HM-186Z QEMT1CM-687 QFVF1HJ-154Z QFLC1HJ-333Z QETN1AM-476Z QETN1CM-107Z QETN1AM-107Z QETN1CM-108Z QEMT1CM-158 NCB31HK-102X NCB31EK-104X NCB31EK-104X NCB31EK-103X NCB31EK-103X QECP0JM-158 QETN1CM-107Z QETN1CM-107Z QRZ9046-475Z QRG02GJ-683 QRE141J-684Y QRZ9051-470X QRE141J-100Y NRSA63J-392X QRE141J-681Y QRT01DJ-R27X NRSA63J-221X NRSA02J-472X NRSA63D-152X NRVA02D-562X NRSA63D-683X NRSA63D-392X NRSA63J-391X NRSA63J-103X QRE141J-123Y QRE141J-0R0Y NRSA63J-102X NRSA63J-122X QRE121J-181Y QRE121J-181Y QRE121J-181Y QRE121J-181Y QRE123J-101X NRSA02J-103X NRSA63J-102X NRSA63D-562X NRSA63D-682X NRSA63J-104X NRSA63J-105X NRSA63J-103X QRZ0192-R10X QRZ0192-R10X NRSA63J-103X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-102X QRT01DJ-R27X PELN1184

SWITCHING REGULATOR BOARD ASSY IC IC IC IC IC TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR DIGI TRANSISTOR DIGI TRANSISTOR DIGI TRANSISTOR DIGI TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR DIGI TRANSISTOR DIGI TRANSISTOR DIGI TRANSISTOR DIGI TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR BRIDGE DIODE SI DIODE FR DIODE FR DIODE FR DIODE FR DIODE FR DIODE SI DIODE SI DIODE FR DIODE FR DIODE FR DIODE FR DIODE FR DIODE SB DIODE SB DIODE SB DIODE SB DIODE SB DIODE FR DIODE FR DIODE FR DIODE FR DIODE FR DIODE FR DIODE FR DIODE FR DIODE FR DIODE FR DIODE FR DIODE FR DIODE FR DIODE FR DIODE FR DIODE FR DIODE FR DIODE FR DIODE FR DIODE Z DIODE Z DIODE Z DIODE Z DIODE SI DIODE SI DIODE SI DIODE SI DIODE Z DIODE Z DIODE SB DIODE SB DIODE SI DIODE SI DIODE

IC5101 STR-F6555 IC5301 UTCTL431-T IC5301 or L5431-T IC5301 or MM1431AT-T IC5401 MD1422N-X Q5301 Q5301 Q5301 Q5302 Q5302 Q5302 Q5302 Q5311 Q5311 Q5312 Q5312 Q5312 Q5312 Q5401 D5001 D5102 D5103 D5103 D5103 D5103 D5103 D5104 D5104 D5202 D5202 D5202 D5202 D5202 D5203 D5203 D5203 D5203 D5203 D5204 D5204 D5204 D5204 D5205 D5205 D5205 D5205 D5205 D5206 D5206 D5206 D5206 D5206 D5207 D5207 D5207 D5207 D5207 D5301 D5301 D5302 D5302 D5303 D5303 D5304 D5304 D5308 D5308 D5401 D5401 D5402 D5402 2SD1819A/RS/-X or 2SC4081/RS/-X or 2PC4081/R/-X DTA114EUA-X or UN5111-X or RN2302-X or PDTA114EU-X 2SB1068/KU/-T or 2SA1585S/QR/-T DTC114EUA-X or UN5211-X or RN1302-X or PDTC114EU-X 2SC5739/QP/ D3SBA60 SARS01-T2 PG104RS-T2 AU01Z-T2 ERA18-02-T2 1SR153-400-T2 10ELS2-T2 1SS133-T2 1SS270A-T2 ER602FCT FMX-12S FCF06A20 YG901C2 SF5LC20U SB640FCT FMB-24M FSQ05A04B YG801C04 SF5SC4 PG104RS-T2 ERA18-02-T2 1SR153-400-T2 10ELS2-T2 PG104RS-T2 AU01Z-T2 ERA18-02-T2 1SR153-400-T2 10ELS2-T2 PG104RS-T2 AU01Z-T2 ERA18-02-T2 1SR153-400-T2 10ELS2-T2 FMX-12S FCF06A20 YG901C2 SF5LC20U ER602FCT MTZJ15A-T2 RD15ES/B1/-T2 MTZJ2.7B-T2 RD2.7ES/B2/-T2 1SS133-T2 1SS270A-T2 1SS133-T2 1SS270A-T2 MTZJ7.5A-T2 RD7.5ES/B1/-T2 D1FS4A-X RB051L-40-X 1SS133-T2 1SS270A-T2

or or or or or or or or or or or or or or or or or or or or or or or or or or or or or or or or or or or

0.047uF 0.022uF 330uF 4700pF 100pF 1kV K 4700pF 1kV K 27uF 35V M 470pF 1kV K 470pF 50V J 0.01uF 50V K 820uF 16V M 2200uF 10V M 180uF 25V M 4.7uF 100V M 18uF 50V M 680uF 16V M 0.15uF 50V J 0.033uF 50V J 47uF 10V M 100uF 16V M 100uF 10V M 1000uF 16V M 1500uF 16V M 1000pF 50V K 0.1uF 25V K 0.1uF 25V K 0.01uF 25V K 0.01uF 25V K 1500uF 6.3V M 100uF 16V M 100uF 16V M 4.7M 1/2W K 68k 2W J 680k 1/4W J 47 0.25W J 10 1/4W J 3.9k 1/16W J 680 1/4W J 0.27 1W J 220 1/16W J 4.7k 1/10W J 1.5k 1/16W D 5.6k 1/10W D 68k 1/16W D 3.9k 1/16W D 390 1/16W J 10k 1/16W J 12k 1/4W J 0 1/4W J 1k 1/16W J 1.2k 1/16W J 180 1/2W J 180 1/2W J 180 1/2W J 180 1/2W J 100 1/2W J 10k 1/10W J 1k 1/16W J 5.6k 1/16W D 6.8k 1/16W D 100k 1/16W J 1M 1/16W J 10k 1/16W J 0.1 1W G 0.1 1W G 10k 1/16W J 0 1/16W J 0 1/16W J 1k 1/16W J 0.27 1W J

3-6(No.82933)

Symbol No. L5202 L5203 L5401 L5402 L5403 T5001 CN5001 CN5301 CN5303 CN5305 CP5401 F5001 FC5001 FC5002 HS1 HS2 HS3 K5101 LF5001 OT1 OT2 OT3 OT4 OT5 OT6 OT7 OT8 SD1 SD2

Part No. QQR1169-001 PELN1184 PELN1184 QQR1326-001 PU60944-100K QQS0142-001 QGA7901C3-02 QGB2510K2-20 QGA2001F1-02 QGB2510K2-04 QMFZ049-2R5Z-E QMF51N2-2R0J1 EMG7331-003Z EMG7331-003Z PEME0889-01-01 QZW0105-001 QZW0105-001 QQR0678-001Z QQR0908-001 QYTDST3006Z PQ44695-1-1 QYTDST3006Z PU59311 LP40971-001A QYTDST3010Z QYTDST3008Z QYTDST3008Z LP21111-001A LP21112-001A

Part Name CHOKE COIL CHOKE COIL CHOKE COIL CHOKE COIL CHOKE COIL SW TRANSF CONNECTOR CONNECTOR CONNECTOR CONNECTOR FUSE FUSE FUSE CLIP FUSE CLIP HEAT SINK HEAT SINK HEAT SINK FERRITE BEADS LINE FILTER TAP SCREW EARTH PLATE TAP SCREW WIRE CLAMP SHEET(SW.REG) TAP SCREW TAP SCREW TAP SCREW S.FRAME(REG) S.COVER(REG)

Description

Local

Symbol No. Q12 Q17 Q17 Q17 Q17 Q21 Q21 Q23 Q33 Q33 Q33 Q33 Q38 Q38 Q46 Q47 Q48 Q49 Q1701 Q1702 Q1703 Q1703 Q1703 Q1704 Q1705 Q1705 Q1706 Q1706 Q2001 Q2001 Q2001 Q2002 Q2002 Q2002 Q2003 Q2003 Q2003 Q2003 Q2051 Q2051 Q2051 Q2052 Q2052 Q2052 Q2053 Q2053 Q2053 Q2053 Q2054 Q2054 Q2054 Q2055 Q2055 Q2055 Q2055 Q2201 Q2201 Q2201 Q2201 Q2202 Q2202 Q2202 Q2202 Q2203 Q2203 Q2203 Q2204 Q2204 Q2204 Q2251 Q2251 Q2251 Q2251 Q2252 Q2252 Q2252 Q2252 Q2253

Part No. or 2PA1576/R/-X DTC144WUA-X or PDTC144WU-X or UN521E-X or RN1309-X 2SA1576A/QR/-X or 2PA1576/R/-X 2SC4081/QRS/-X DTC144WUA-X or PDTC144WU-X or UN521E-X or RN1309-X 2SC4081/QRS/-X or 2PC4081/R/-X DTA114WUA-X DTA114WUA-X 2SC4081/S/-X 2SC4081/S/-X 2SA1576A/QR/-X 2SA1576A/QR/-X DTC144WUA-X or PDTC144WU-X or UN521E-X 2SA1576A/QR/-X DTC144WUA-X or RN1309-X DTC144WUA-X or RN1309-X 2SC4081/QRS/-X or 2SD1819A/QRS/-X or 2PC4081/R/-X 2SC4081/QRS/-X or 2SD1819A/QRS/-X or 2PC4081/R/-X DTA144WUA-X or PDTA144WU-X or UN511E-X or RN2309-X 2SC4081/QRS/-X or 2SD1819A/QRS/-X or 2PC4081/R/-X 2SA1576A/QR/-X or 2SB1218A/QR/-X or 2PA1576/R/-X DTC144WUA-X or PDTC144WU-X or UN521E-X or RN1309-X 2SA1576A/QR/-X or 2SB1218A/QR/-X or 2PA1576/R/-X DTC144WUA-X or PDTC144WU-X or UN521E-X or RN1309-X DTA144WUA-X or PDTA144WU-X or UN511E-X or RN2309-X DTC144WUA-X or PDTC144WU-X or UN521E-X or RN1309-X 2SC4081/QRS/-X or 2PC4081/R/-X or 2SD1819A/QRS/-X 2SC4081/QRS/-X or 2PC4081/R/-X or 2SD1819A/QRS/-X DTC144WUA-X or PDTC144WU-X or UN521E-X or RN1309-X DTC144WUA-X or PDTC144WU-X or UN521E-X or RN1309-X DTC144WUA-X

Part Name TRANSISTOR DIGI TRANSISTOR DIGI TRANSISTOR DIGI TRANSISTOR DIGI TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR DIGI TRANSISTOR DIGI TRANSISTOR DIGI TRANSISTOR DIGI TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR DIGI TRANSISTOR DIGI TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR DIGI TRANSISTOR DIGI TRANSISTOR DIGI TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR DIGI TRANSISTOR DIGI TRANSISTOR DIGI TRANSISTOR DIGI TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR DIGI TRANSISTOR DIGI TRANSISTOR DIGI TRANSISTOR DIGI TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR DIGI TRANSISTOR DIGI TRANSISTOR DIGI TRANSISTOR DIGI TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR DIGI TRANSISTOR DIGI TRANSISTOR DIGI TRANSISTOR DIGI TRANSISTOR DIGI TRANSISTOR DIGI TRANSISTOR DIGI TRANSISTOR DIGI TRANSISTOR DIGI TRANSISTOR DIGI TRANSISTOR DIGI TRANSISTOR DIGI TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR DIGI TRANSISTOR DIGI TRANSISTOR DIGI TRANSISTOR DIGI TRANSISTOR DIGI TRANSISTOR DIGI TRANSISTOR DIGI TRANSISTOR DIGI TRANSISTOR DIGI TRANSISTOR

Description

Local

W-B (1-2) B-B (1-20) W-B (1-2) B-B (1-4) 2.5A 125V 2A AC250V

3mm x 6mm(x4) 3mm x 6mm 3mm x 10mm 3mm x 8mm 3mm x 8mm

MAIN BOARD ASSEMBLY <03>


Symbol No. PW1 IC1 IC1 IC501 IC502 IC2201 IC2601 IC2602 IC2621 IC2622 IC2641 IC3001 IC3001 IC3002 IC3003 IC3004 IC3005 IC3006 IC4101 IC5602 IC5602 IC5602 IC5603 IC5604 IC5604 IC7101 IC7103 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q7 Q7 Q8 Q8 Q9 Q9 Q12 Part No. LPA10177-01C JCP8051-NSA or JCP8051-MSA JCP8038 VC2076DP AN3663FBP BU4053BCF-XE BA15218F-XE BU4053BCF-XE BA15218F-XE BA15218F-XE HD6432194SXD44F or HD64F2194CFD44 IC-PST3427U-X LPN0751-005A-01 BA6956AN BU2090FS-X BU2090FS-X BA15218F-XE UTCTL431-T or L5431-T or MM1431AT-T PQ5EV3 UPC1944J-T or HA17L431AP-T BA7665FS-X BA7623F-X 2SC4081/S/-X 2SC4081/S/-X 2SC4081/S/-X 2SC4081/S/-X 2SC4081/QRS/-X or 2PC4081/R/-X 2SC4081/QRS/-X or 2PC4081/R/-X 2SA1576A/QR/-X or 2PA1576/R/-X 2SA1576A/QR/-X Part Name MAIN BOARD ASSY IC IC IC IC IC IC IC IC IC IC IC(MCU) IC(MCU) IC IC(EEPROM) IC IC IC IC IC IC IC IC IC IC IC SOP IC TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR Description Local

(*REFER TO BELOW)

*The VCR goes to jig RCU mode after replacing the EEPROM and the VCR does not accept some RCU command. Therefore please set the VCR to the user RCU mode after replacing the EEPROM. The method of setting the VCR to the user RCU mode is written on the service manual.

(No.82933)3-7

Symbol No. Q2253 Q2253 Q2253 Q2254 Q2254 Q2254 Q2254 Q2277 Q2277 Q2277 Q2278 Q2278 Q2278 Q2279 Q2279 Q2279 Q2279 Q2284 Q2284 Q2284 Q2601 Q2601 Q2601 Q2601 Q2602 Q2602 Q2602 Q2602 Q2603 Q2603 Q2603 Q2604 Q2604 Q2604 Q3001 Q3001 Q3001 Q3002 Q3002 Q3003 Q3003 Q3004 Q3004 Q3004 Q3005 Q3005 Q3005 Q3007 Q3010 Q3010 Q3010 Q3010 Q3012 Q3012 Q3012 Q3012 Q3013 Q3013 Q3013 Q3013 Q4001 Q4001 Q4001 Q4001 Q4002 Q4002 Q4002 Q4002 Q4003 Q4003 Q4003 Q4003 Q5501 Q5502 Q5503 Q5504 Q5504 Q5504

Part No. or PDTC144WU-X or UN521E-X or RN1309-X DTC114EUA-X or PDTC114EU-X or UN5211-X or RN1302-X 2SC4081/QRS/-X or 2PC4081/R/-X or 2SD1819A/QRS/-X 2SC4081/QRS/-X or 2PC4081/R/-X or 2SD1819A/QRS/-X DTA114EUA-X or PDTA114EU-X or UN5111-X or RN2302-X 2SC4081/QRS/-X or 2PC4081/R/-X or 2SD1819A/QRS/-X DTA144WUA-X or PDTA144WU-X or UN511E-X or RN2309-X DTC144WUA-X or PDTC144WU-X or UN521E-X or RN1309-X 2SC4081/QRS/-X or 2PC4081/R/-X or 2SD1819A/QRS/-X 2SC4081/QRS/-X or 2PC4081/R/-X or 2SD1819A/QRS/-X 2SD1819A/QRS/-X or 2SC4081/QRS/-X or 2PC4081/R/-X PTZ-NV16 or PTZ-NV16A PTZ-NV16 or PTZ-NV16A 2SD1819A/QRS/-X or 2SC4081/QRS/-X or 2PC4081/R/-X 2SD1819A/QRS/-X or 2SC4081/QRS/-X or 2PC4081/R/-X 2SB1256-T DTC114TUA-X or UN5215-X or PDTC114TU-X or RN1311-X UN521E-X or DTC144WUA-X or RN1309-X or PDTC144WU-X UN521E-X or DTC144WUA-X or RN1309-X or PDTC144WU-X UN5211-X or DTC114EUA-X or RN1302-X or PDTC114EU-X UN5211-X or DTC114EUA-X or RN1302-X or PDTC114EU-X UN5211-X or DTC114EUA-X or RN1302-X or PDTC114EU-X 2SD1858/QR/-T 2SC5739/QP/ 2SD1858/QR/-T DTC114EUA-X or UN5211-X or RN1302-X

Part Name DIGI TRANSISTOR DIGI TRANSISTOR DIGI TRANSISTOR DIGI TRANSISTOR DIGI TRANSISTOR DIGI TRANSISTOR DIGI TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR DIGI TRANSISTOR DIGI TRANSISTOR DIGI TRANSISTOR DIGI TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR DIGI TRANSISTOR DIGI TRANSISTOR DIGI TRANSISTOR DIGI TRANSISTOR DIGI TRANSISTOR DIGI TRANSISTOR DIGI TRANSISTOR DIGI TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR IC(PHOTO SENSOR) IC(PHOTO SENSOR) IC(PHOTO SENSOR) IC(PHOTO SENSOR) TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR DIGI TRANSISTOR DIGI TRANSISTOR DIGI TRANSISTOR DIGI TRANSISTOR DIGI TRANSISTOR DIGI TRANSISTOR DIGI TRANSISTOR DIGI TRANSISTOR DIGI TRANSISTOR DIGI TRANSISTOR DIGI TRANSISTOR DIGI TRANSISTOR DIGI TRANSISTOR DIGI TRANSISTOR DIGI TRANSISTOR DIGI TRANSISTOR DIGI TRANSISTOR DIGI TRANSISTOR DIGI TRANSISTOR DIGI TRANSISTOR DIGI TRANSISTOR DIGI TRANSISTOR DIGI TRANSISTOR DIGI TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR DIGI TRANSISTOR DIGI TRANSISTOR DIGI TRANSISTOR

Description

Local

Symbol No. Q5504 Q5505 Q5505 Q5505 Q5505 Q5506 Q5506 Q5506 Q5507 Q5507 Q5507 Q5507 Q5510 Q5510 Q5510 Q5510 Q5602 Q5604 Q6030 Q6030 Q6030 Q6031 Q7101 Q7101 Q7101 Q7151 D1 D1 D2 D2 D501 D2251 D2251 D3001 D3002 D3003 D3003 D3004 D3005 D3006 D3007 D3009 D3011 D4101 D5501 D5501 D5502 D5502 D5503 D5503 D5504 D5504 D5505 D5505 D5507 D5507 D6002 D6002 D7104 D7105 D7105 D7106 D7106 D7107 PC3001 PC3002 C1 C2 C3 C4 C5 C6 C7 C8 C9

Part No. or PDTC114EU-X DTA114EUA-X or UN5111-X or RN2302-X or PDTA114EU-X 2PC4081/R/-X or 2SD1819A/RS/-X or 2SC4081/RS/-X DTA114EUA-X or UN5111-X or RN2302-X or PDTA114EU-X DTC114EUA-X or UN5211-X or RN1302-X or PDTC114EU-X 2SC5739/QP/ 2SC5739/QP/ 2SB1218A/QR/-X or 2SA1576A/QR/-X or 2PA1576/R/-X DTC114EUA-X 2SA1576A/QR/-X or 2SB1218A/QR/-X or 2PA1576/R/-X 2SC1317/RS/-T 1SS133-T2 or 1SS270A-T2 1SS133-T2 or 1SS270A-T2 1SS355-X 1SS133-T2 or 1SS270A-T2 LNB2301L01VI 1SS133-T2 RD39ES/B3/-T2 or MTZJ39C-T2 11ES2-T2 11ES2-T2 11ES2-T2 11ES2-T2 11ES2-T2 1SS133-T2 DA204U-X MTZJ11C-T2 or RD11ES/B3/-T2 RD5.1JS/B2/-T2 or MA4051N/M/-T2 1SS133-T2 or 1SS270A-T2 MTZJ5.6C-T2 or RD5.6ES/B3/-T2 11ES2-T2 or 1A3G-T2 11ES2-T2 or 1A3G-T2 HZ30-2L-T2 or HZ30-2LTD RB721Q-40-T2 1SS133-T2 or 1SS270A-T2 1SS133-T2 or 1SS270A-T2 DA204U-X GP3S123 GP3S123 NCB21HK-103X NCB21HK-103X NCB21HK-103X NCB21HK-103X QEKC0JM-476Z QCBB1HK-103Y NDC21HJ-151X NCB21EK-104X NCB21HK-103X

Part Name DIGI TRANSISTOR DIGI TRANSISTOR DIGI TRANSISTOR DIGI TRANSISTOR DIGI TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR DIGI TRANSISTOR DIGI TRANSISTOR DIGI TRANSISTOR DIGI TRANSISTOR DIGI TRANSISTOR DIGI TRANSISTOR DIGI TRANSISTOR DIGI TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR DIGI TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR SI DIODE SI DIODE SI DIODE SI DIODE SI DIODE SI DIODE SI DIODE LED SI DIODE Z DIODE Z DIODE SI DIODE SI DIODE SI DIODE SI DIODE SI DIODE SI DIODE SI DIODE Z DIODE Z DIODE Z DIODE Z DIODE SI DIODE SI DIODE Z DIODE Z DIODE SI DIODE SI DIODE SI DIODE SI DIODE Z DIODE Z DIODE (M) SB DIODE SI DIODE SI DIODE SI DIODE SI DIODE SI DIODE IC(PHOTO SENSOR) IC(PHOTO SENSOR) C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR

Description

Local

0.01uF 50V K 0.01uF 50V K 0.01uF 50V K 0.01uF 50V K 47uF 6.3V M 0.01uF 50V K 150pF 50V J 0.1uF 25V K 0.01uF 50V K

3-8(No.82933)

Symbol No. C10 C11 C12 C14 C15 C16 C17 C18 C19 C20 C21 C22 C23 C24 C25 C26 C27 C28 C29 C30 C31 C32 C33 C34 C35 C36 C37 C38 C39 C40 C54 C59 C60 C61 C63 C64 C69 C70 C71 C72 C73 C74 C80 C84 C110 C120 C133 C134 C135 C501 C502 C503 C504 C505 C506 C507 C508 C509 C510 C511 C512 C513 C514 C515 C516 C518 C519 C520 C521 C522 C523 C524 C525 C526 C527 C528 C529 C530

Part No. NDC21HJ-151X NCB21EK-104X NDC21HJ-7R0X NCB21EK-104X NCB21HK-103X NCB21EK-104X QEKJ1HM-335Z QEKJ1HM-105Z QEKJ1HM-225Z QEKJ1HM-105Z NCB21EK-104X QEKJ0JM-476Z NCB21HK-103X NCB21EK-104X NDC21HJ-4R0X NCB21HK-103X NCB21EK-223X QEKJ1HM-335Z NCB21HK-472X QEKJ1HM-474Z QEKC0JM-476Z QCBB1HK-103Y QEKJ1HM-225Z NCB21EK-104X NCB21EK-104X QEKJ1HM-475Z QEKJ1HM-105Z QEKJ0JM-476Z NCB21HK-103X QEKJ1EM-106Z NCB21HK-103X NCB21HK-103X QEKJ0JM-476Z QCBB1HK-103Y NCB21EK-104X NDC21HJ-220X NCB21HK-103X NCB21HK-103X NCB21HK-103X NDC21HJ-470X NDC21HJ-120X NDC21HJ-120X NCB21HK-103X NDC21HJ-220X NCB21HK-331X QEKJ1HM-105Z NCB21HK-103X NCB21HK-103X NCB21HK-103X QERF1HM-225Z NCB21HK-103X QERF1HM-225Z NCB21EK-104X QERF1EM-475Z NCB21HK-103X QERF0JM-476Z QERF1HM-474Z QERF1CM-106Z QERF0JM-476Z NCB21HK-103X NCB21HK-103X QERF1EM-475Z NCB21HK-103X NCB21HK-103X QEQF1EM-475Z NCB21EK-104X QERF1HM-225Z NBE20JM-475X QERF1EM-475Z QERF1HM-225Z QERF1HM-225Z NDC21HG-301X NDC21HG-301X NDC21HJ-101X NDC21HJ-181X NDC21HG-271X NDC21HG-820X NDC21HG-221X

Part Name C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR TA E CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR

Description 150pF 50V J 0.1uF 25V K 7pF 50V J 0.1uF 25V K 0.01uF 50V K 0.1uF 25V K 3.3uF 50V M 1uF 50V M 2.2uF 50V M 1uF 50V M 0.1uF 25V K 47uF 6.3V M 0.01uF 50V K 0.1uF 25V K 4pF 50V J 0.01uF 50V K 0.022uF 25V K 3.3uF 50V M 4700pF 50V K 0.47uF 50V M 47uF 6.3V M 0.01uF 50V K 2.2uF 50V M 0.1uF 25V K 0.1uF 25V K 4.7uF 50V M 1uF 50V M 47uF 6.3V M 0.01uF 50V K 10uF 25V M 0.01uF 50V K 0.01uF 50V K 47uF 6.3V M 0.01uF 50V K 0.1uF 25V K 22pF 50V J 0.01uF 50V K 0.01uF 50V K 0.01uF 50V K 47pF 50V J 12pF 50V J 12pF 50V J 0.01uF 50V K 22pF 50V J 330pF 50V K 1uF 50V M 0.01uF 50V K 0.01uF 50V K 0.01uF 50V K 2.2uF 50V M 0.01uF 50V K 2.2uF 50V M 0.1uF 25V K 4.7uF 25V M 0.01uF 50V K 47uF 6.3V M 0.47uF 50V M 10uF 16V M 47uF 6.3V M 0.01uF 50V K 0.01uF 50V K 4.7uF 25V M 0.01uF 50V K 0.01uF 50V K 4.7uF 25V M 0.1uF 25V K 2.2uF 50V M 4.7uF 6.3V M 4.7uF 25V M 2.2uF 50V M 2.2uF 50V M 300pF 50V G 300pF 50V G 100pF 50V J 180pF 50V J 270pF 50V G 82pF 50V G 220pF 50V G

Local

Symbol No. C531 C532 C533 C534 C535 C536 C537 C551 C552 C553 C554 C555 C556 C557 C558 C559 C560 C561 C1701 C1702 C1703 C1704 C1705 C1706 C1707 C1708 C1709 C2001 C2002 C2003 C2005 C2006 C2007 C2008 C2009 C2010 C2011 C2012 C2051 C2052 C2053 C2054 C2055 C2201 C2202 C2203 C2204 C2205 C2206 C2207 C2208 C2209 C2210 C2211 C2212 C2214 C2215 C2216 C2219 C2220 C2221 C2222 C2251 C2252 C2253 C2254 C2255 C2256 C2257 C2259 C2260 C2282 C2603 C2605 C2607 C2608 C2611 C2612

Part No. NDC21HG-301X NDC21HG-301X NCB21HK-103X QERF0JM-476Z NCB21HK-103X NCB21HK-103X NCB21HK-103X QERF1HM-105Z NCB21HK-103X NCB21HK-103X QERF1HM-105Z NCB21HK-103X NCB21HK-103X QERF1HM-105Z NCB21HK-103X NCB21HK-103X QERF1HM-105Z QERF1HM-105Z NCB21EK-223X NDC21HJ-470X NDC21HJ-470X NDC21HJ-101X NCB21HK-102X NDC21HJ-150X NCB21EK-103X QEKJ1CM-106Z NCB21EK-104X QEKJ1HM-475Z QEKJ1HM-105Z QEKJ0JM-476Z QEKJ1HM-475Z NCB21HK-123X QEKJ1CM-226Z QEKJ1HM-475Z NCB21HK-102X NCB21HK-152X QEKJ1HM-475Z QEKC1HM-475Z NCB21HK-331X QFV61HJ-823Z NCB21HK-472X NCB21HK-223X QEKJ1EM-106Z QEKJ1EM-106Z QEKJ1HM-475Z QEKJ1HM-475Z QEKJ0JM-476Z QEKJ1EM-106Z QEKJ1EM-106Z NCB21HK-153X NCB21HK-153X QEKJ1EM-106Z QEKJ1EM-106Z QEKJ0JM-476Z QEKJ0JM-476Z QEKJ1CM-106Z QEKJ1CM-106Z QEKJ1CM-476Z QEKJ1CM-226Z QEKJ1EM-106Z NCB21EK-223X NCB21HK-103X NCB21HK-103X QCBB1HK-103Y QCBB1HK-103Y QEKJ0JM-476Z NCB21HK-103X NCB21HK-103X NCB21HK-103X QEKJ1HM-334Z QCBB1HK-103Y NDC21HJ-121X QETN1EM-476Z QETN1EM-476Z QETN1EM-476Z QETN1EM-476Z NCB21HK-681X NCB21HK-681X

Part Name C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR MF CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR

Description 300pF 50V G 300pF 50V G 0.01uF 50V K 47uF 6.3V M 0.01uF 50V K 0.01uF 50V K 0.01uF 50V K 1uF 50V M 0.01uF 50V K 0.01uF 50V K 1uF 50V M 0.01uF 50V K 0.01uF 50V K 1uF 50V M 0.01uF 50V K 0.01uF 50V K 1uF 50V M 1uF 50V M 0.022uF 25V K 47pF 50V J 47pF 50V J 100pF 50V J 1000pF 50V K 15pF 50V J 0.01uF 25V K 10uF 16V M 0.1uF 25V K 4.7uF 50V M 1uF 50V M 47uF 6.3V M 4.7uF 50V M 0.012uF 50V K 22uF 16V M 4.7uF 50V M 1000pF 50V K 1500pF 50V K 4.7uF 50V M 4.7uF 50V M 330pF 50V K 0.082uF 50V J 4700pF 50V K 0.022uF 50V K 10uF 25V M 10uF 25V M 4.7uF 50V M 4.7uF 50V M 47uF 6.3V M 10uF 25V M 10uF 25V M 0.015uF 50V K 0.015uF 50V K 10uF 25V M 10uF 25V M 47uF 6.3V M 47uF 6.3V M 10uF 16V M 10uF 16V M 47uF 16V M 22uF 16V M 10uF 25V M 0.022uF 25V K 0.01uF 50V K 0.01uF 50V K 0.01uF 50V K 0.01uF 50V K 47uF 6.3V M 0.01uF 50V K 0.01uF 50V K 0.01uF 50V K 0.33uF 50V M 0.01uF 50V K 120pF 50V J 47uF 25V M 47uF 25V M 47uF 25V M 47uF 25V M 680pF 50V K 680pF 50V K

Local

(No.82933)3-9

Symbol No. C2623 C2626 C2627 C2628 C2642 C2644 C2647 C2648 C2649 C2650 C3001 C3002 C3003 C3004 C3011 C3012 C3013 C3014 C3016 C3022 C3024 C3026 C3027 C3030 C3031 C3032 C3033 C3036 C3037 C3040 C3041 C3042 C3043 C3047 C3049 C3051 C3052 C3053 C4002 C4003 C4004 C4006 C4008 C4009 C4010 C4011 C4012 C4013 C4014 C4015 C4016 C4017 C4101 C4102 C4103 C4104 C4105 C5501 C5502 C5503 C5504 C5505 C5602 C5603 C5604 C6033 C6501 C6502 C6503 C6504 C6506 C6508 C6509 C6512 C6513 C6514 C6515 C6516

Part No. NCB21HK-103X NCB21HK-103X NCB21HK-681X NCB21HK-681X NCB21HK-103X NCB21HK-103X NCB21HK-332X NCB21HK-332X NCB21HK-332X NCB21HK-332X NCB21EK-104X NCB21HK-103X QEKJ1HM-106Z NCB21CK-473X QETL0JM-478 QEKJ0JM-476Z NCB21HK-103X QEKC0JM-476Z NCB21CK-473X NCB21CK-473X NDC21HJ-120X NCB21HK-103X NBE20JM-106X QEKJ0JM-476Z NCB21CK-473X NCB21CK-473X NCB21CK-473X NDC21HJ-180X NDC21HJ-120X NCB21CK-473X NDC21HJ-130X NCB21AK-105X NCB21AK-105X NCB21CK-473X NCB21CK-473X NDC21HJ-820X NDC21HJ-330X NCB21HK-103X NCB21HK-103X NCB21HK-102X NBE20JM-226X NBE40JM-476X NCB21AK-105X NCB21CK-274X NCB21EK-223X NCB21EK-104X NCB21AK-105X NCB21HK-563X NDC21HJ-101X NCB21HK-221X QCBB1HJ-821Y QDXB1CM-222Y NCB21HK-103X NCB21CK-474X NBP41CM-226X NCB21CK-274X NBP41CM-226X QETN1HM-225Z QEKJ1CM-107Z NCB31HK-102X QETJ1CM-107Z QETN1CM-107Z QETJ1CM-107Z QETJ1CM-107Z QETJ1CM-107Z NCB21HK-102X NCB21EK-104X QEKJ1CM-106Z QEKJ1HM-105Z NCB21EK-104X QEKJ1HM-105Z NCB21EK-223X NCB21EK-104X NCB21EK-223X QEKJ1HM-225Z NCB21EK-223X QEKJ1HM-335Z QEKJ1EM-475Z

Part Name C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR TA E CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR TA E CAPACITOR TA E CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR TA E CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR TA E CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR

Description 0.01uF 50V K 0.01uF 50V K 680pF 50V K 680pF 50V K 0.01uF 50V K 0.01uF 50V K 3300pF 50V K 3300pF 50V K 3300pF 50V K 3300pF 50V K 0.1uF 25V K 0.01uF 50V K 10uF 50V M 0.047uF 16V K 4700uF 6.3V M 47uF 6.3V M 0.01uF 50V K 47uF 6.3V M 0.047uF 16V K 0.047uF 16V K 12pF 50V J 0.01uF 50V K 10uF 6.3V M 47uF 6.3V M 0.047uF 16V K 0.047uF 16V K 0.047uF 16V K 18pF 50V J 12pF 50V J 0.047uF 16V K 13pF 50V J 1uF 10V K 1uF 10V K 0.047uF 16V K 0.047uF 16V K 82pF 50V J 33pF 50V J 0.01uF 50V K 0.01uF 50V K 1000pF 50V K 22uF 6.3V M 47uF 6.3V M 1uF 10V K 0.27uF 16V K 0.022uF 25V K 0.1uF 25V K 1uF 10V K 0.056uF 50V K 100pF 50V J 220pF 50V K 820pF 50V J 2200pF 16V M 0.01uF 50V K 0.47uF 16V K 22uF 16V M 0.27uF 16V K 22uF 16V M 2.2uF 50V M 100uF 16V M 1000pF 50V K 100uF 16V M 100uF 16V M 100uF 16V M 100uF 16V M 100uF 16V M 1000pF 50V K 0.1uF 25V K 10uF 16V M 1uF 50V M 0.1uF 25V K 1uF 50V M 0.022uF 25V K 0.1uF 25V K 0.022uF 25V K 2.2uF 50V M 0.022uF 25V K 3.3uF 50V M 4.7uF 25V M

Local

Symbol No. C6517 C7101 C7102 C7103 C7104 C7105 C7106 C7107 C7108 C7109 C7110 C7117 C7118 C7120 C7121 C7125 C7126 C7127 C7151 R1 R2 R3 R5 R6 R7 R8 R9 R12 R21 R22 R25 R26 R27 R28 R29 R31 R32 R34 R36 R42 R44 R45 R46 R48 R49 R68 R77 R90 R93 R104 R118 R120 R503 R504 R505 R506 R507 R508 R509 R510 R511 R512 R513 R514 R515 R522 R523 R524 R568 R569 R1701 R1702 R1703 R1704 R1705 R1706 R1707

Part No. NCB21CK-224X NRSA02J-0R0X NRSA02J-0R0X QEKJ0JM-476Z NCB21EK-104X QEKC1CM-107Z QCBB1HK-103Y QEKC1CM-107Z QEKC1CM-226Z QEKC1CM-226Z QCBB1HK-103Y QEKJ1CM-106Z NCB21HK-103X QEKC0JM-476Z QCBB1HK-104Y QETN0JM-108Z QETN0JM-108Z QETN0JM-108Z QETJ0JM-477Z NRSA02J-622X NRSA02J-152X NRSA02J-101X NRSA02J-101X NRSA02J-103X NRSA02J-102X NRSA02J-471X NRSA02J-471X QRE141J-101Y NRSA02J-101X NRSA02J-101X NRSA02J-103X NRSA02J-822X NRSA02J-102X NRSA02J-102X NRSA02J-222X NRSA02J-102X NRSA02J-102X NRSA02J-223X NRSA02J-182X NRSA02J-681X NRSA02J-223X NRSA02J-333X NRSA02J-471X NRSA02J-102X NRSA02J-102X NRSA02J-222X NRSA02J-223X NRSA02J-471X NRSA02J-102X NRSA02J-682X NRSA02J-0R0X NRSA02J-0R0X NRSA02J-221X NRSA02J-362X NRSA02J-392X NRSA02J-391X NRSA02J-122X NRSA02J-151X NRSA02J-162X NRVA02D-102X NRVA02D-471X NRVA02D-102X NRVA02D-152X NRVA02D-332X NRVA02D-332X NRSA02J-103X NRSA02J-103X NRSA02J-103X NRSA02J-151X NRSA02J-105X NRSA02J-221X NRSA02J-681X NRSA02J-561X NRSA02J-393X NRSA02J-683X NRSA02J-393X NRSA02J-472X

Part Name C CAPACITOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR E CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR C RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR CMF RESISTOR CMF RESISTOR CMF RESISTOR CMF RESISTOR CMF RESISTOR CMF RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR

Description 0.22uF 16V K 0 1/10W J 0 1/10W J 47uF 6.3V M 0.1uF 25V K 100uF 16V M 0.01uF 50V K 100uF 16V M 22uF 16V M 22uF 16V M 0.01uF 50V K 10uF 16V M 0.01uF 50V K 47uF 6.3V M 0.1uF 50V K 1000uF 6.3V M 1000uF 6.3V M 1000uF 6.3V M 470uF 6.3V M 6.2k 1/10W J 1.5k 1/10W J 100 1/10W J 100 1/10W J 10k 1/10W J 1k 1/10W J 470 1/10W J 470 1/10W J 100 1/4W J 100 1/10W J 100 1/10W J 10k 1/10W J 8.2k 1/10W J 1k 1/10W J 1k 1/10W J 2.2k 1/10W J 1k 1/10W J 1k 1/10W J 22k 1/10W J 1.8k 1/10W J 680 1/10W J 22k 1/10W J 33k 1/10W J 470 1/10W J 1k 1/10W J 1k 1/10W J 2.2k 1/10W J 22k 1/10W J 470 1/10W J 1k 1/10W J 6.8k 1/10W J 0 1/10W J 0 1/10W J 220 1/10W J 3.6k 1/10W J 3.9k 1/10W J 390 1/10W J 1.2k 1/10W J 150 1/10W J 1.6k 1/10W J 1k 1/10W D 470 1/10W D 1k 1/10W D 1.5k 1/10W D 3.3k 1/10W D 3.3k 1/10W D 10k 1/10W J 10k 1/10W J 10k 1/10W J 150 1/10W J 1M 1/10W J 220 1/10W J 680 1/10W J 560 1/10W J 39k 1/10W J 68k 1/10W J 39k 1/10W J 4.7k 1/10W J

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3-10(No.82933)

Symbol No. R1708 R2003 R2007 R2010 R2013 R2014 R2015 R2016 R2017 R2018 R2019 R2021 R2053 R2054 R2055 R2056 R2057 R2058 R2059 R2060 R2066 R2201 R2202 R2203 R2204 R2205 R2206 R2207 R2208 R2209 R2210 R2211 R2212 R2213 R2214 R2215 R2218 R2219 R2220 R2221 R2222 R2223 R2224 R2251 R2252 R2253 R2254 R2255 R2256 R2257 R2258 R2282 R2283 R2284 R2285 R2289 R2290 R2601 R2602 R2603 R2604 R2605 R2606 R2607 R2608 R2609 R2610 R2611 R2621 R2622 R2623 R2624 R2625 R2626 R2627 R2641 R2642 R2661

Part No. NRSA02J-473X NRSA02J-101X NRSA02J-103X NRSA02J-103X NRSA02J-682X NRSA02J-224X NRSA02J-181X NRSA02J-473X NRSA02J-153X NRSA02J-472X NRSA02J-472X NRSA02J-333X NRSA02J-472X NRSA02J-123X NRSA02J-3R3X NRSA02J-680X NRSA02J-473X NRSA02J-183X NRSA02J-473X NRSA02J-183X NRSA02J-0R0X NRSA02J-473X NRSA02J-682X NRSA02J-473X NRSA02J-682X NRSA02J-473X NRSA02J-682X NRSA02J-473X NRSA02J-682X NRSA02J-331X NRSA02J-472X NRSA02J-103X NRSA02J-103X NRSA02J-472X NRSA02J-331X NRSA02J-181X NRSA02J-392X NRSA02J-102X NRSA02J-102X NRSA02J-473X NRSA02J-473X NRSA02J-682X NRSA02J-682X NRSA02J-472X NRSA02J-332X QRE141J-101Y NRSA02J-103X NRSA02J-273X NRSA02J-222X NRSA02J-684X NRSA02J-221X NRSA02J-222X NRSA02J-222X NRSA02J-222X NRSA02J-222X NRSA02J-0R0X NRSA02J-0R0X NRSA02J-151X QRE141J-390Y QRE141J-102Y QRE141J-102Y NRSA02J-102X NRSA02J-473X NRSA02J-473X NRSA02J-221X NRSA02J-221X NRSA02J-472X NRSA02J-472X QRE141J-102Y QRE141J-102Y NRSA02J-102X NRSA02J-473X NRSA02J-473X NRSA02J-221X NRSA02J-221X NRSA02J-221X NRSA02J-221X NRSA02J-102X

Part Name MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR C RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR C RESISTOR C RESISTOR C RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR C RESISTOR C RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR

Description 47k 1/10W J 100 1/10W J 10k 1/10W J 10k 1/10W J 6.8k 1/10W J 220k 1/10W J 180 1/10W J 47k 1/10W J 15k 1/10W J 4.7k 1/10W J 4.7k 1/10W J 33k 1/10W J 4.7k 1/10W J 12k 1/10W J 3.3 1/10W J 68 1/10W J 47k 1/10W J 18k 1/10W J 47k 1/10W J 18k 1/10W J 0 1/10W J 47k 1/10W J 6.8k 1/10W J 47k 1/10W J 6.8k 1/10W J 47k 1/10W J 6.8k 1/10W J 47k 1/10W J 6.8k 1/10W J 330 1/10W J 4.7k 1/10W J 10k 1/10W J 10k 1/10W J 4.7k 1/10W J 330 1/10W J 180 1/10W J 3.9k 1/10W J 1k 1/10W J 1k 1/10W J 47k 1/10W J 47k 1/10W J 6.8k 1/10W J 6.8k 1/10W J 4.7k 1/10W J 3.3k 1/10W J 100 1/4W J 10k 1/10W J 27k 1/10W J 2.2k 1/10W J 680k 1/10W J 220 1/10W J 2.2k 1/10W J 2.2k 1/10W J 2.2k 1/10W J 2.2k 1/10W J 0 1/10W J 0 1/10W J 150 1/10W J 39 1/4W J 1k 1/4W J 1k 1/4W J 1k 1/10W J 47k 1/10W J 47k 1/10W J 220 1/10W J 220 1/10W J 4.7k 1/10W J 4.7k 1/10W J 1k 1/4W J 1k 1/4W J 1k 1/10W J 47k 1/10W J 47k 1/10W J 220 1/10W J 220 1/10W J 220 1/10W J 220 1/10W J 1k 1/10W J

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Symbol No. R2662 R2663 R2664 R2665 R3011 R3012 R3013 R3014 R3015 R3016 R3017 R3018 R3019 R3020 R3021 R3025 R3026 R3027 R3029 R3034 R3036 R3037 R3039 R3040 R3041 R3044 R3046 R3047 R3048 R3049 R3050 R3051 R3052 R3053 R3056 R3057 R3058 R3060 R3061 R3062 R3066 R3069 R3072 R3074 R3075 R3076 R3077 R3079 R3081 R3083 R3085 R3086 R3087 R3088 R3089 R3090 R3091 R3092 R3093 R3094 R3096 R3097 R3103 R3104 R3105 R3201 R3202 R3203 R3204 R3205 R3206 R3207 R3208 R3209 R3210 R3211 R3212 R3213

Part No. NRSA02J-472X NRSA02J-472X NRSA02J-471X NRSA02J-471X NRSA02J-472X NRSA02J-472X NRSA02J-472X NRSA02J-104X NRSA02J-104X NRSA02J-472X NRSA02J-472X NRSA02J-472X NRSA02J-472X NRSA02J-472X NRSA02J-472X NRSA02J-0R0X NRSA02J-0R0X NRSA02J-0R0X NRSA02J-472X NRSA02J-472X NRSA02J-222X NRSA02J-222X NRSA02J-472X NRSA02J-103X NRSA02J-103X NRSA02J-102X NRSA02J-102X NRSA02J-102X NRSA02J-102X NRSA02J-101X NRSA02J-101X NRSA02J-331X NRSA02J-331X NRSA02J-331X QRE141J-472Y NRSA02J-101X NRSA02J-472X NRSA02J-102X NRSA02J-102X NRSA02J-103X NRSA02J-102X NRSA02J-101X NRSA02J-102X NRSA02J-102X NRSA02J-221X NRSA02J-101X NRSA02J-102X NRSA02J-102X NRSA02J-102X NRSA02J-102X NRSA02J-102X NRSA02J-102X NRSA02J-101X NRSA02J-102X NRSA02J-101X NRSA02J-102X NRSA02J-102X NRSA02J-102X NRSA02J-102X NRSA02J-102X NRSA02J-102X NRSA02J-102X NRSA02J-102X NRSA02J-102X NRSA02J-102X NRSA02J-103X NRSA02J-472X NRSA02J-103X QRE141J-222Y NRSA02J-181X QRE141J-183Y NRSA02J-183X NRSA02J-181X NRSA02J-273X NRSA02J-181X NRSA02J-273X QRE141J-474Y NRSA02J-334X

Part Name MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR C RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR C RESISTOR MG RESISTOR C RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR C RESISTOR MG RESISTOR

Description 4.7k 1/10W J 4.7k 1/10W J 470 1/10W J 470 1/10W J 4.7k 1/10W J 4.7k 1/10W J 4.7k 1/10W J 100k 1/10W J 100k 1/10W J 4.7k 1/10W J 4.7k 1/10W J 4.7k 1/10W J 4.7k 1/10W J 4.7k 1/10W J 4.7k 1/10W J 0 1/10W J 0 1/10W J 0 1/10W J 4.7k 1/10W J 4.7k 1/10W J 2.2k 1/10W J 2.2k 1/10W J 4.7k 1/10W J 10k 1/10W J 10k 1/10W J 1k 1/10W J 1k 1/10W J 1k 1/10W J 1k 1/10W J 100 1/10W J 100 1/10W J 330 1/10W J 330 1/10W J 330 1/10W J 4.7k 1/4W J 100 1/10W J 4.7k 1/10W J 1k 1/10W J 1k 1/10W J 10k 1/10W J 1k 1/10W J 100 1/10W J 1k 1/10W J 1k 1/10W J 220 1/10W J 100 1/10W J 1k 1/10W J 1k 1/10W J 1k 1/10W J 1k 1/10W J 1k 1/10W J 1k 1/10W J 100 1/10W J 1k 1/10W J 100 1/10W J 1k 1/10W J 1k 1/10W J 1k 1/10W J 1k 1/10W J 1k 1/10W J 1k 1/10W J 1k 1/10W J 1k 1/10W J 1k 1/10W J 1k 1/10W J 10k 1/10W J 4.7k 1/10W J 10k 1/10W J 2.2k 1/4W J 180 1/10W J 18k 1/4W J 18k 1/10W J 180 1/10W J 27k 1/10W J 180 1/10W J 27k 1/10W J 470k 1/4W J 330k 1/10W J

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(No.82933)3-11

Symbol No. R3214 R3215 R3216 R3217 R3218 R3219 R3220 R3222 R3223 R3224 R3226 R3227 R3228 R3229 R3230 R3231 R3235 R3236 R3238 R3240 R3241 R3242 R3243 R3244 R3245 R3246 R3247 R3248 R3249 R3250 R3251 R3253 R3254 R3255 R3256 R3257 R3271 R3272 R3273 R3276 R3277 R3279 R3280 R3281 R3282 R3294 R4003 R4004 R4005 R4007 R4009 R4010 R4011 R4012 R4013 R4014 R4015 R4017 R4018 R4019 R4020 R4021 R4101 R4102 R4103 R4104 R4105 R4107 R4108 R4109 R5501 R5502 R5503 R5504 R5505 R5506 R5507 R5508

Part No. NRSA02J-103X NRSA02J-103X NRSA02J-103X QRE141J-562Y QRE141J-472Y NRSA02J-472X QRE141J-104Y NRSA02J-103X NRSA02J-332X NRSA02J-332X NRSA02J-104X NRSA02J-103X NRSA02J-103X NRSA02J-105X NRSA02J-472X NRSA02J-102X NRSA02J-332X NRSA02J-332X NRSA02J-472X NRSA02J-222X NRSA02J-103X NRSA02J-104X NRSA02J-104X NRSA02J-104X NRSA02J-104X NRSA02J-104X QRE141J-102Y QRE141J-102Y NRSA02J-103X NRSA02J-103X NRSA02J-103X NRSA02J-103X NRSA02J-103X NRSA02J-103X NRSA02J-103X NRSA02J-103X NRSA02J-102X NRSA02J-102X NRSA02J-103X NRSA02J-103X NRSA02J-103X NRSA02J-103X NRSA02J-103X NRSA02J-103X NRSA02J-103X NRSA02J-0R0X NRSA02J-561X NRSA02J-561X NRSA02J-562X NRSA02J-102X NRSA02J-102X NRSA02J-102X NRSA02J-102X NRSA02J-222X NRSA02J-102X NRSA02J-182X NRSA02J-562X NRSA02J-102X NRSA02J-102X NRSA02J-103X QRE141J-103Y NRSA02J-103X NRSA02J-104X NRSA02J-223X NRSA02J-101X NRSA02J-102X NRSA02J-101X NRSA02J-183X NRSA02J-822X NRSA02J-103X NRSA63J-331X QRE141J-472Y NRSA63J-471X NRSA63J-102X NRSA63J-471X NRSA63J-103X NRSA63J-471X NRSA63J-102X

Part Name MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR C RESISTOR C RESISTOR MG RESISTOR C RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR C RESISTOR C RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR C RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR C RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR

Description 10k 1/10W J 10k 1/10W J 10k 1/10W J 5.6k 1/4W J 4.7k 1/4W J 4.7k 1/10W J 100k 1/4W J 10k 1/10W J 3.3k 1/10W J 3.3k 1/10W J 100k 1/10W J 10k 1/10W J 10k 1/10W J 1M 1/10W J 4.7k 1/10W J 1k 1/10W J 3.3k 1/10W J 3.3k 1/10W J 4.7k 1/10W J 2.2k 1/10W J 10k 1/10W J 100k 1/10W J 100k 1/10W J 100k 1/10W J 100k 1/10W J 100k 1/10W J 1k 1/4W J 1k 1/4W J 10k 1/10W J 10k 1/10W J 10k 1/10W J 10k 1/10W J 10k 1/10W J 10k 1/10W J 10k 1/10W J 10k 1/10W J 1k 1/10W J 1k 1/10W J 10k 1/10W J 10k 1/10W J 10k 1/10W J 10k 1/10W J 10k 1/10W J 10k 1/10W J 10k 1/10W J 0 1/10W J 560 1/10W J 560 1/10W J 5.6k 1/10W J 1k 1/10W J 1k 1/10W J 1k 1/10W J 1k 1/10W J 2.2k 1/10W J 1k 1/10W J 1.8k 1/10W J 5.6k 1/10W J 1k 1/10W J 1k 1/10W J 10k 1/10W J 10k 1/4W J 10k 1/10W J 100k 1/10W J 22k 1/10W J 100 1/10W J 1k 1/10W J 100 1/10W J 18k 1/10W J 8.2k 1/10W J 10k 1/10W J 330 1/16W J 4.7k 1/4W J 470 1/16W J 1k 1/16W J 470 1/16W J 10k 1/16W J 470 1/16W J 1k 1/16W J

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Symbol No. R5604 R5605 R5606 R5608 R5609 R5610 R5611 R5612 R6020 R6021 R6030 R6031 R6034 R6502 R6503 R6504 R7101 R7102 R7103 R7104 R7105 R7107 R7108 R7109 R7110 R7111 R7113 R7114 R7115 R7116 R7117 R7118 R7119 R7120 R7125 R7126 R7128 R7129 R7131 R7132 R7133 R7151 R7152 R7153 R7154 VR2251 L1 L2 L3 L4 L5 L11 L13 L15 L19 L28 L501 L503 L504 L1701 L1702 L2251 L2272 L3001 L6001 L6004 L6501 L7151 T2051 B5602 B5603 B5605 B6608 B7102 CN1 CN901

Part No. NRSA63J-151X NRSA63D-182X NRSA63D-473X NRSA63D-472X NRSA63D-272X NRSA63J-680X NRSA63D-272X NRSA63D-472X NRSA02J-102X NRSA02J-102X NRSA02J-332X NRSA02J-101X NRSA02J-105X NRSA02J-332X NRSA02J-153X NRSA02J-103X NRSA02J-750X NRSA02J-750X NRSA02J-750X NRSA02J-101X NRSA02J-101X NRSA02J-750X NRSA02J-750X NRSA02J-750X NRSA02J-101X NRSA02J-101X NRSA02J-750X NRSA02J-750X NRSA02J-750X NRSA02J-101X NRSA02J-101X NRSA02J-750X NRSA02J-750X NRSA02J-750X NRSA02J-101X NRSA02J-101X NRSA02J-0R0X NRSA02J-0R0X NRSA02J-103X NRSA02J-222X NRSA02J-182X NRSA02J-101X NRSA02J-221X NRSA02J-472X QRE123J-100X QVP0039-103Z QQL29BJ-100Z QQL29BJ-101Z QQL29BJ-100Z QQL29BJ-100Z QQL29BJ-100Z QQL01BJ-120Z QQL231J-470Y QQL29BJ-100Z QQL29BJ-100Z QQL231J-150Y QQL29BJ-100Z QQL29BJ-100Z QQL29BJ-100Z QQL071J-150Y QQL29BJ-100Z QQL29BJ-100Z QQL231J-1R8Y QQL231J-R22Y QQL29BK-1R0Z QQL29BK-1R0Z QQL29BK-1R0Z QQL29BJ-101Z PELN0832 NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA02J-0R0X NRSA02J-271X QGF1028C1-11 QGF1207C1-11

Part Name MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR C RESISTOR TRIM RESISTOR P COIL P COIL P COIL P COIL P COIL P COIL COIL P COIL P COIL COIL P COIL P COIL P COIL COIL P COIL P COIL COIL COIL P COIL P COIL P COIL P COIL OSC TRANS MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR CONNECTOR CONNECTOR

Description 150 1/16W J 1.8k 1/16W D 47k 1/16W D 4.7k 1/16W D 2.7k 1/16W D 68 1/16W J 2.7k 1/16W D 4.7k 1/16W D 1k 1/10W J 1k 1/10W J 3.3k 1/10W J 100 1/10W J 1M 1/10W J 3.3k 1/10W J 15k 1/10W J 10k 1/10W J 75 1/10W J 75 1/10W J 75 1/10W J 100 1/10W J 100 1/10W J 75 1/10W J 75 1/10W J 75 1/10W J 100 1/10W J 100 1/10W J 75 1/10W J 75 1/10W J 75 1/10W J 100 1/10W J 100 1/10W J 75 1/10W J 75 1/10W J 75 1/10W J 100 1/10W J 100 1/10W J 0 1/10W J 0 1/10W J 10k 1/10W J 2.2k 1/10W J 1.8k 1/10W J 100 1/10W J 220 1/10W J 4.7k 1/10W J 10 1/2W J 10k,FMA REC LEVEL 10uH J 100uH J 10uH J 10uH J 10uH J 12uH J 47uH J 10uH J 10uH J 15uH J 10uH J 10uH J 10uH J 15uH J 10uH J 10uH J 1.8uH J 0.22uH J 1uH K 1uH K 1uH K 100uH J 0 1/16W J 0 1/16W J 0 1/16W J 0 1/10W J 270 1/10W J FFC/FPC (1-11) FFC/FPC (1-11)

Local

3-12(No.82933)

Symbol No. CN2001 CN2002 CN3001 CN3002 CN3003 CN3004 CN3008 CN3009 CN3010 CN3011 CN5501 CN5502 CN5601 CN5602 CN5603 CN7101 CN7102 CN7107 CP3002 CP4001 ET1 HS1 J7101 J7102 J7103 J7104 J7105 J7106 J7107 J7108 J7124 J7125 OT1 OT2 OT3 OT4 OT5 S3002 SD1 ST1 TP501 TU6001 W1 W2 W3 W4 W7 W8 W9 W10 W11 W12 W13 W14 W15 W16 W17 W19 W20 W22 W24 W25 W27 W30 W32 W37 W38 W39 W40 W41 W43 W45 W46 W47 W48 W49 W50 W51

Part No. QGF1207C1-07 QGB2532J1-02 QGF1207C1-05 QGB2532J1-02 QGB2015M2-08 QGB2534J2-04 QGF1207C1-10 QGF1016C3-16 QGF1207C1-06 QGB2024K1-14S QGB2510J1-20 QGB2510J1-04 QGA2001C1-12 QGA2001C1-04 QGA2001C1-02 QGF1207C1-09 QGF1016C3-07 QGF1207C1-16 QMFZ050-1R5X-E QMFZ050-1R5X-E PQ21623-1-5 LP40515-001B QND0077-001 QNN0292-004 QNN0292-006 QNN0292-005 QND0077-001 QNN0292-004 QNN0292-006 QNN0292-005 PU60612 PU60612 QYTDST3008Z QYTDST3008Z QYTDST3008Z LP40226-001A PU59311 QSW0695-001 LP31134-001A PU59391 QNZ0059-001 QAU0255-002 NRSA02J-0R0X NRSA02J-0R0X NRSA02J-0R0X NRSA02J-0R0X NRSA02J-0R0X NRSA02J-0R0X NRSA02J-0R0X NRSA02J-0R0X NRSA02J-0R0X NRSA02J-0R0X NRSA02J-0R0X NRSA02J-0R0X NRSA02J-0R0X NRSA02J-0R0X NRSA02J-0R0X NRSA02J-0R0X NRSA02J-0R0X NRSA02J-0R0X NRSA02J-0R0X NRSA02J-0R0X NRSA02J-0R0X NRSA02J-0R0X NRSA02J-0R0X NRSA02J-0R0X NRSA02J-0R0X NRSA02J-0R0X NRSA02J-0R0X NRSA02J-0R0X NRSA02J-0R0X NRSA02J-0R0X NRSA02J-0R0X NRSA02J-0R0X NRSA02J-0R0X NRSA02J-0R0X NRSA02J-0R0X NRSA02J-0R0X

Part Name CONNECTOR CONNECTOR CONNECTOR CONNECTOR CONNECTOR CONNECTOR CONNECTOR CONNECTOR CONNECTOR CONNECTOR CONNECTOR CONNECTOR CONNECTOR CONNECTOR CONNECTOR CONNECTOR CONNECTOR CONNECTOR FUSE FUSE EARTH PLATE(RF) HEAT SINK S JACK PIN JACK PIN JACK PIN JACK S JACK PIN JACK PIN JACK PIN JACK MINI JACK MINI JACK TAP SCREW TAP SCREW TAP SCREW PC SUPPORT WIRE CLAMP PUSH SWITCH S.PLATE(P/R) STYLE PIN TEST POINT TUNER MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR

Description FFC/FPC (1-7) B-B (1-2) FFC/FPC (1-5) B-B (1-2) B-B (1-8) B-B (1-4) FFC/FPC (1-10) FFC/FPC (1-16) FFC/FPC (1-6) B-B (1-14) B-B (1-20) B-B (1-4) W-B (1-12) W-B (1-4) W-B (1-2) FFC/FPC (1-9) FFC/FPC (1-7) FFC/FPC (1-16) 1.5A 125V 1.5A 125V IC5603 S-VIDEO IN1/2 VIDEO IN1/2 AUDIO(L) IN1/2 AUDIO(R) IN1/2 S-VIDEO OUT1/2 VIDEO OUT1/2 AUDIO(L) OUT1/2 AUDIO(R) OUT1/2 REMOTE PAUSE CABLE BOX 3mm x 8mm,IC5603 3mm x 8mm,Q5602 3mm x 8mm,Q5604 (x2) S.CASS SW Y TO SE 0 1/10W J 0 1/10W J 0 1/10W J 0 1/10W J 0 1/10W J 0 1/10W J 0 1/10W J 0 1/10W J 0 1/10W J 0 1/10W J 0 1/10W J 0 1/10W J 0 1/10W J 0 1/10W J 0 1/10W J 0 1/10W J 0 1/10W J 0 1/10W J 0 1/10W J 0 1/10W J 0 1/10W J 0 1/10W J 0 1/10W J 0 1/10W J 0 1/10W J 0 1/10W J 0 1/10W J 0 1/10W J 0 1/10W J 0 1/10W J 0 1/10W J 0 1/10W J 0 1/10W J 0 1/10W J 0 1/10W J 0 1/10W J

Local

Symbol No. W53 W54 WR1 WR3 X2 X3001 X3002

Part No. NRSA02J-0R0X NRSA02J-0R0X QUB220-10A4RL QUB320-19ZAZA QAX0575-001 QAX0444-001 QAX0527-001

Part Name MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR SIN TWIST WIRE SIN TWIST WIRE CRYSTAL CRYSTAL CRYSTAL

Description 0 1/10W J 0 1/10W J 3579.545kHz 32.768kHz 10.000000MHz

Local

A/C HEAD BOARD ASSEMBLY <12>


Symbol No. PW1 Part No. LPA10010-01A1 Part Name A/C HEAD BOARD ASSY Description Local

DISPLAY BOARD ASSEMBLY <28>


Symbol No. PW1 Part No. LPA10176-01B1 Part Name DISPLAY BOARD ASSY IC IR DETECT UNIT IR DETECT UNIT IR DETECT UNIT SI DIODE DIODE SI DIODE DIODE SI DIODE DIODE C CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR C RESISTOR C RESISTOR C RESISTOR C RESISTOR C RESISTOR C RESISTOR C RESISTOR C RESISTOR C RESISTOR C RESISTOR C RESISTOR COIL CONNECTOR CONNECTOR LED TACT SWITCH TACT SWITCH TACT SWITCH TACT SWITCH TACT SWITCH TACT SWITCH TACT SWITCH TACT SWITCH TACT SWITCH TACT SWITCH TACT SWITCH 0.1uF 50V K 220uF 6.3V M 47uF 6.3V M 51k 1/4W J 10k 1/4W J 270 1/4W J 270 1/4W J 270 1/4W J 270 1/4W J 270 1/4W J 270 1/4W J 270 1/4W J 270 1/4W J 270 1/4W J 0.22uH J FFC/FPC (1-10) W-B (1-2) REW FF D-VHS REC PAUSE STOP/EJECT PLAY CH + CH POWER TIMER 38kHz Description Local

IC7001 PT6958-X IC7002 GP1U281X IC7002 or PNA4652M00XB IC7002 or GP1UM281XK D7001 1SS133-T2 D7001 or 1N4148M-T2 D7002 1SS133-T2 D7002 or 1N4148M-T2 D7003 1SS133-T2 D7003 or 1N4148M-T2 C7001 C7002 C7011 R7005 R7006 R7012 R7013 R7014 R7015 R7016 R7017 R7018 R7019 R7020 L7001 CN7002 CN7005 DI7001 S7001 S7002 S7003 S7005 S7006 S7007 S7008 S7009 S7010 S7011 S7012 QCBB1HK-104Y QEKJ0JM-227Z QEKJ0JM-476Z QRE141J-513Y QRE141J-103Y QRE141J-271Y QRE141J-271Y QRE141J-271Y QRE141J-271Y QRE141J-271Y QRE141J-271Y QRE141J-271Y QRE141J-271Y QRE141J-271Y QQL231J-R22Y QGF1201C2-10 QGA2001C1-02 LTG-0154M-J QSW0456-002Z QSW0456-002Z QSW0456-002Z QSW0456-002Z QSW0456-002Z QSW0456-002Z QSW0456-002Z QSW0456-002Z QSW0456-002Z QSW0456-002Z QSW0456-002Z

REC SAFETY BOARD ASSEMBLY <32>


Symbol No. PW1 Part No. LPA10176-01A3 Part Name REC SAFETY BOARD ASSY Description Local

(No.82933)3-13

Symbol No.

Part No.

Part Name

Description

Local

Symbol No. Q621 Q623 Q623 Q623 Q624 Q624 Q624 Q624 Q641 Q642 Q643 Q644 Q645 D601 D602 D606 C601 C602 C603 C611 C612 C613 C621 C622 C623 C624 C625 C626 C627 C628 C629 C630 C631 C632 C633 C634 C639 C640 C641 C642 C643 C644 C645 C646 C647 C648 C649 C650 C651 C652 C653 C654 C655 C656 C657 C661 C662 C663 C664 C665 C666 C667 C668 C669 C670 C673 C674 C675 C676 C677 C678 C679 C680 C681 C682 C683

Part No. or 2PC4081/R/-X 2SC4081/QRS/-X or 2SD1819A/QRS/-X or 2PC4081/R/-X DTC144WUA-X or UN521E-X or PDTC144WU-X or RN1309-X 2SC3936/BC/-X 2SC3936/BC/-X 2SC3936/BC/-X 2SC3936/BC/-X 2SC3936/BC/-X 1SS355-X 1SS355-X 1SS355-X QEKJ0JM-107Z NCB21HK-103X NCB21HK-103X QEKJ0JM-107Z NCB21HK-103X NCB21HK-103X NCB21EK-104X NCB21HK-103X NCB21EK-104X NCB21HK-103X NCB21HK-103X NCB21HK-472X NCB21EK-104X NCB21HK-103X QEKJ0JM-107Z NCB21HK-103X QEKJ0JM-107Z NCB21HK-103X NCB21EK-223X NCB21EK-104X NCB21EK-104X NCB21EK-223X NCB21EK-223X NCB21EK-104X NCB21EK-104X NCB21HK-103X QEKJ0JM-227Z NCB21HK-103X NCB21EK-223X QEKJ0JM-107Z NCB21HK-103X NCB21EK-104X NCB21EK-104X QEKJ0JM-107Z NCB21HK-103X NCB21HK-103X NCB21HK-103X QEKJ0JM-107Z NCB21HK-103X NCB21EK-104X NCB21HK-103X NCB21EK-104X NCB21HK-103X NCB21HK-472X NCB21HK-103X NCB21HK-103X QEKJ0JM-107Z NCB21HK-103X NCB21EK-104X NCB21EK-104X NCB21EK-223X NCB21EK-223X NCB21EK-104X NCB21HK-103X NCB21HK-103X QEKJ0JM-227Z NCB21EK-104X NCB21HK-103X QEKJ0JM-107Z NCB21EK-104X

Part Name TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR DIGI TRANSISTOR DIGI TRANSISTOR DIGI TRANSISTOR DIGI TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR SI DIODE SI DIODE SI DIODE E CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR

Description

Local

FW7081 S7061 S7063

QUM033-07A4A4 PARA RIBON WIRE QSW0602-004 PUSH SWITCH QSW0695-001 PUSH SWITCH

REC SAFETY D.CASSETTE

JACK BOARD ASSEMBLY <36>


Symbol No. PW1 D7199 C7196 R7191 R7193 R7194 CN7191 J7191 J7192 J7193 J7194 Part No. LPA10176-01A2 RD9.1ES/B2/-T2 QCBB1HK-103Y QRE141J-750Y QRE141J-750Y QRE141J-750Y QGF1208F1-11 QNN0023-004 QNN0022-003 QNN0022-002 QND0084-001 Part Name JACK BOARD ASSY Z DIODE C CAPACITOR C RESISTOR C RESISTOR C RESISTOR CONNECTOR PIN JACK PIN JACK PIN JACK S JACK 0.01uF 50V K 75 1/4W J 75 1/4W J 75 1/4W J FFC/FPC (1-11) VIDEO IN AUDIO(L) IN AUDIO(R) IN S-VIDEO IN Description Local

PRE/REC BOARD ASSEMBLY <43>


Symbol No. PW1 IC601 IC602 IC603 IC608 IC609 Q601 Q601 Q601 Q602 Q602 Q602 Q603 Q603 Q603 Q604 Q604 Q604 Q605 Q605 Q605 Q606 Q606 Q606 Q608 Q608 Q608 Q608 Q613 Q613 Q613 Q614 Q614 Q614 Q615 Q615 Q615 Q616 Q616 Q616 Q621 Q621 Part No. LPA10174-01B CXA1702AR CXA2002R TC74HC00AF-X TC74HC02AF-X TC7SH08F-X Part Name PRE/REC BOARD ASSY IC IC SOP IC SOP IC IC(DIGITAL) Description Local

2SC4081/QRS/-X TRANSISTOR or 2SD1819A/QRS/-X TRANSISTOR or 2PC4081/R/-X TRANSISTOR 2SA1576A/QR/-X TRANSISTOR or 2SB1218A/QR/-X TRANSISTOR or 2PA1576/R/-X TRANSISTOR 2SC4081/QRS/-X TRANSISTOR or 2SD1819A/QRS/-X TRANSISTOR or 2PC4081/R/-X TRANSISTOR 2SA1576A/QR/-X TRANSISTOR or 2SB1218A/QR/-X TRANSISTOR or 2PA1576/R/-X TRANSISTOR 2SA1576A/QR/-X TRANSISTOR or 2SB1218A/QR/-X TRANSISTOR or 2PA1576/R/-X TRANSISTOR 2SA1576A/QR/-X TRANSISTOR or 2SB1218A/QR/-X TRANSISTOR or 2PA1576/R/-X TRANSISTOR DTA144WUA-X DIGI TRANSISTOR or UN511E-X DIGI TRANSISTOR or PDTA144WU-X DIGI TRANSISTOR or RN2309-X DIGI TRANSISTOR 2SC4081/QRS/-X TRANSISTOR or 2SD1819A/QRS/-X TRANSISTOR or 2PC4081/R/-X TRANSISTOR 2SC4081/QRS/-X TRANSISTOR or 2SD1819A/QRS/-X TRANSISTOR or 2PC4081/R/-X TRANSISTOR 2SC4081/QRS/-X TRANSISTOR or 2SD1819A/QRS/-X TRANSISTOR or 2PC4081/R/-X TRANSISTOR 2SC4081/QRS/-X TRANSISTOR or 2SD1819A/QRS/-X TRANSISTOR or 2PC4081/R/-X TRANSISTOR 2SC4081/QRS/-X TRANSISTOR or 2SD1819A/QRS/-X TRANSISTOR

100uF 6.3V M 0.01uF 50V K 0.01uF 50V K 100uF 6.3V M 0.01uF 50V K 0.01uF 50V K 0.1uF 25V K 0.01uF 50V K 0.1uF 25V K 0.01uF 50V K 0.01uF 50V K 4700pF 50V K 0.1uF 25V K 0.01uF 50V K 100uF 6.3V M 0.01uF 50V K 100uF 6.3V M 0.01uF 50V K 0.022uF 25V K 0.1uF 25V K 0.1uF 25V K 0.022uF 25V K 0.022uF 25V K 0.1uF 25V K 0.1uF 25V K 0.01uF 50V K 220uF 6.3V M 0.01uF 50V K 0.022uF 25V K 100uF 6.3V M 0.01uF 50V K 0.1uF 25V K 0.1uF 25V K 100uF 6.3V M 0.01uF 50V K 0.01uF 50V K 0.01uF 50V K 100uF 6.3V M 0.01uF 50V K 0.1uF 25V K 0.01uF 50V K 0.1uF 25V K 0.01uF 50V K 4700pF 50V K 0.01uF 50V K 0.01uF 50V K 100uF 6.3V M 0.01uF 50V K 0.1uF 25V K 0.1uF 25V K 0.022uF 25V K 0.022uF 25V K 0.1uF 25V K 0.01uF 50V K 0.01uF 50V K 220uF 6.3V M 0.1uF 25V K 0.01uF 50V K 100uF 6.3V M 0.1uF 25V K

3-14(No.82933)

Symbol No. C684 C685 C686 C687 C688 C689 C692 C693 C694 C698 C701 C702 C703 C704 C705 C706 C707 C711 C712 C713 C714 C715 C716 C717 C718 C720 C723 C725 C726 C731 C732 C733 C734 C735 C750 R601 R602 R604 R605 R606 R608 R609 R611 R612 R614 R615 R616 R618 R619 R622 R623 R624 R625 R626 R627 R628 R629 R631 R632 R633 R634 R635 R636 R637 R639 R641 R642 R651 R653 R654 R655 R656 R657 R658 R659 R663 R664

Part No. QEKJ0JM-107Z NCB21HK-103X NCB21HK-103X NCB21HK-103X QEKJ0JM-107Z NCB21HK-103X NCB21HK-103X QEKJ0JM-107Z NCB21HK-103X NCB21HK-103X NCB21HK-103X QEKJ0JM-107Z NCB21HK-102X NCB21HK-103X NCB21HK-102X NDC21HJ-471X NCB21HK-103X NDC21HJ-330X NDC21HJ-330X NDC21HJ-330X NDC21HJ-330X NDC21HJ-330X NDC21HJ-330X NDC21HJ-330X NDC21HJ-330X NDC21HJ-330X NDC21HJ-330X NDC21HJ-330X NDC21HJ-330X NCB21EK-104X NCB21EK-104X NCB21HK-103X NCB21HK-103X NCB21HK-103X QCBB1HK-104Y NRSA02J-750X NRSA02J-151X NRSA02J-0R0X NRSA02J-471X NRSA02J-0R0X NRSA02J-0R0X NRSA02J-750X NRSA02J-750X NRSA02J-151X NRSA02J-0R0X NRSA02J-471X NRSA02J-0R0X NRSA02J-0R0X NRSA02J-750X NRSA02J-102X NRSA02J-103X NRSA02J-103X NRSA02J-124X NRSA02J-151X NRSA02J-101X NRSA02J-102X NRSA02J-221X NRSA02J-0R0X NRSA02J-0R0X NRSA02J-121X NRSA02J-121X NRSA02J-121X NRSA02J-392X NRSA02J-331X NRSA02J-181X NRVA02D-153X NRVA02D-183X NRSA02J-0R0X NRSA02J-103X NRSA02J-224X NRSA02J-151X NRSA02J-102X NRSA02J-101X NRSA02J-221X NRSA02J-102X NRSA02J-0R0X NRSA02J-0R0X

Part Name E CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR CMF RESISTOR CMF RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR

Description 100uF 6.3V M 0.01uF 50V K 0.01uF 50V K 0.01uF 50V K 100uF 6.3V M 0.01uF 50V K 0.01uF 50V K 100uF 6.3V M 0.01uF 50V K 0.01uF 50V K 0.01uF 50V K 100uF 6.3V M 1000pF 50V K 0.01uF 50V K 1000pF 50V K 470pF 50V J 0.01uF 50V K 33pF 50V J 33pF 50V J 33pF 50V J 33pF 50V J 33pF 50V J 33pF 50V J 33pF 50V J 33pF 50V J 33pF 50V J 33pF 50V J 33pF 50V J 33pF 50V J 0.1uF 25V K 0.1uF 25V K 0.01uF 50V K 0.01uF 50V K 0.01uF 50V K 0.1uF 50V K 75 1/10W J 150 1/10W J 0 1/10W J 470 1/10W J 0 1/10W J 0 1/10W J 75 1/10W J 75 1/10W J 150 1/10W J 0 1/10W J 470 1/10W J 0 1/10W J 0 1/10W J 75 1/10W J 1k 1/10W J 10k 1/10W J 10k 1/10W J 120k 1/10W J 150 1/10W J 100 1/10W J 1k 1/10W J 220 1/10W J 0 1/10W J 0 1/10W J 120 1/10W J 120 1/10W J 120 1/10W J 3.9k 1/10W J 330 1/10W J 180 1/10W J 15k 1/10W D 18k 1/10W D 0 1/10W J 10k 1/10W J 220k 1/10W J 150 1/10W J 1k 1/10W J 100 1/10W J 220 1/10W J 1k 1/10W J 0 1/10W J 0 1/10W J

Local

Symbol No. R665 R666 R667 R668 R670 R671 R672 R686 R687 R688 R689 R690 R691 R692 R693 R694 R703 R708 R709 R710 R711 R712 R713 R714 R715 R716 R717 R721 R722 R723 R724 R725 R726 R727 R728 R731 R732 R733 R734 R735 R736 R746 R747 R748 R749 R750 L601 L602 L611 L612 L613 L615 L621 L622 L624 L631 L632 B601 B603 B606 CN601 CN602 CN603 CN604 SD1 TP602 TP611 TP612 TP621 TP622 W1 W2 W3 W4 W5 W6

Part No. NRSA02J-271X NRSA02J-271X NRSA02J-392X NRSA02J-331X NRVA02D-153X NRVA02D-183X NRSA02J-0R0X NRSA02J-472X NRSA02J-472X NRSA02J-102X NRSA02J-102X NRSA02J-103X NRSA02J-103X NRSA02J-103X NRSA02J-103X NRSA02J-103X NRSA02J-0R0X NRSA02J-183X NRSA02J-103X NRSA02J-102X NRSA02J-122X NRSA02J-271X NRSA02J-470X NRSA02J-473X NRSA02J-103X NRSA02J-822X NRSA02J-102X NRSA02J-0R0X NRSA02J-0R0X NRSA02J-0R0X NRSA02J-0R0X NRSA02J-0R0X NRSA02J-0R0X NRSA02J-0R0X NRSA02J-102X NRSA02J-102X NRSA02J-0R0X NRSA02J-0R0X NRSA02J-103X NRSA02J-0R0X NRSA02J-0R0X NRVA02D-100X NRVA02D-100X NRVA02D-100X NRVA02D-100X NRVA02D-100X QQL29BJ-101Z QQL29BJ-101Z QQL29BJ-101Z QQL29BJ-101Z QQL29BJ-101Z QQL29BJ-101Z QQL29BJ-101Z QQL29BJ-101Z QQL29BJ-101Z QQL29BJ-101Z QQL29BJ-101Z NRSA02J-0R0X NRSA02J-0R0X NRSA02J-0R0X QGA2001F1-04 QGA2001F1-04 QGB2024J1-14S QGF1202C1-10 LP20940-001A QNZ0055-001 QNZ0055-001 QNZ0055-001 QNZ0055-001 QNZ0055-001 NRSA02J-0R0X NRSA02J-0R0X NRSA02J-0R0X NRSA02J-0R0X NRSA02J-0R0X NRSA02J-0R0X

Part Name MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR CMF RESISTOR CMF RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR CMF RESISTOR CMF RESISTOR CMF RESISTOR CMF RESISTOR CMF RESISTOR P COIL P COIL P COIL P COIL P COIL P COIL P COIL P COIL P COIL P COIL P COIL MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR CONNECTOR CONNECTOR CONNECTOR CONNECTOR SHIELD FRAME(PRE) TEST POINT TEST POINT TEST POINT TEST POINT TEST POINT MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR

Description 270 1/10W J 270 1/10W J 3.9k 1/10W J 330 1/10W J 15k 1/10W D 18k 1/10W D 0 1/10W J 4.7k 1/10W J 4.7k 1/10W J 1k 1/10W J 1k 1/10W J 10k 1/10W J 10k 1/10W J 10k 1/10W J 10k 1/10W J 10k 1/10W J 0 1/10W J 18k 1/10W J 10k 1/10W J 1k 1/10W J 1.2k 1/10W J 270 1/10W J 47 1/10W J 47k 1/10W J 10k 1/10W J 8.2k 1/10W J 1k 1/10W J 0 1/10W J 0 1/10W J 0 1/10W J 0 1/10W J 0 1/10W J 0 1/10W J 0 1/10W J 1k 1/10W J 1k 1/10W J 0 1/10W J 0 1/10W J 10k 1/10W J 0 1/10W J 0 1/10W J 10 1/10W D 10 1/10W D 10 1/10W D 10 1/10W D 10 1/10W D 100uH J 100uH J 100uH J 100uH J 100uH J 100uH J 100uH J 100uH J 100uH J 100uH J 100uH J 0 1/10W J 0 1/10W J 0 1/10W J W-B (1-4) W-B (1-4) B-B (1-14) FFC/FPC (1-10) A/HS2_FF REC_LEVEL1 REC_LEVEL2 PB_DATA1 PB_DATA2 0 1/10W J 0 1/10W J 0 1/10W J 0 1/10W J 0 1/10W J 0 1/10W J

Local

(No.82933)3-15

Symbol No. W7 W9 W10 W11 W12 W13 W14 W15 W16

Part No. NRSA02J-0R0X NRSA02J-0R0X NRSA02J-0R0X NRSA02J-0R0X NRSA02J-0R0X NRSA02J-0R0X NRSA02J-0R0X NRSA02J-0R0X NRSA02J-0R0X

Part Name MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR

Description 0 1/10W J 0 1/10W J 0 1/10W J 0 1/10W J 0 1/10W J 0 1/10W J 0 1/10W J 0 1/10W J 0 1/10W J

Local

Symbol No. Q401 Q401 Q402 Q403 Q404 Q405 Q406 Q406 Q406 Q407 Q408 Q409 Q410 Q411 Q412 Q413 Q414 Q414 Q414 Q415 Q416 Q417 Q418 Q418 Q418 Q419 Q419 Q419 Q419 Q420 Q420 Q420 Q421 Q422 Q423 Q423 Q423 Q424 Q424 Q424 Q425 Q426 Q427 Q428 Q501 Q801 Q1101 Q1101 Q1101 Q1102 Q1102 Q1102 Q1103 Q1103 Q1103 Q1104 Q1104 Q1104 Q1106 Q1106 Q1106 Q1107 Q1107 Q1107 Q1108 Q1108 Q1108 Q1109 Q1109 Q1109 Q1110 Q1110 Q1110 Q1111 Q1111 Q1111 Q1112 Q1113

Part No.

Part Name

Description

Local

DIGITAL BOARD ASSEMBLY <50>


Symbol No. PW1 PW1 IC1 IC2 IC3 IC4 IC5 IC6 IC8 IC9 IC10 IC201 IC202 IC203 IC203 IC204 IC205 IC205 IC206 IC207 IC208 IC208 IC402 IC404 IC405 IC406 IC406 IC501 IC502 IC503 IC503 IC702 IC703 IC704 IC705 IC706 IC802 IC802 IC802 IC803 IC803 IC803 IC804 IC805 IC901 IC901 IC1001 IC1002 IC1002 IC1301 IC1302 IC1303 IC1304 IC1501 IC1502 Q1 Q201 Q401 Q401 Part No. LPA10175-01D LPA10175-01E MB91154PFV-107 SI-3012LU-X S-80927CNMC-W AT25080N-10SC-X SN74HCT08APW-X SN74HCT08APW-X SN74LV08APW-X SN74AHCT1G125-X SN74AHCT1G125-X JCP8054 SI-3012LU-X HY57V161610DTC8 K4S161622D-TC80 MK3727D-X TC7SH08FU-X SN74AHC1G08K-X SN74LVCU04APW-X NAX0507-001X SN74AHC1GU04K-X TC7SHU04FU-X TLC2932-X TLC2932-X SN74LV74APW-X SN74AHC1G04K-X TC7SH04FU-X DMN8600-C0 SN74LVCU04APW-X SN74AHC1G04K-X TC7SH04FU-X K4H281638D-TCB3 K4H281638D-TCB3 K4H281638D-TCB3 K4H281638D-TCB3 PQ015YZ01Z-X HY29LV320TT-90 MBM29LV320TE90N D29F032203-A85T HY29LV320TT-90 MBM29LV320TE90N D29F032203-A85T HD74LVC373AT-X HD74LVC373AT-X PDI1394P23BD TSB41AB2PAP JCP8039-4 HY57V161610DTC8 K4S161622D-TC80 AK4522VF-X BA15218F-XE BA15218F-XE GP1FA511TZ JCP8064-3 HD74LVC373AT-X Part Name DIGITAL BOARD ASSY DIGITAL BOARD ASSY IC(MCU) IC IC IC IC IC IC IC(DIGITAL) IC(DIGITAL) IC IC IC IC IC IC(DIGITAL) IC IC(DIGITAL) CXO IC IC(DIGITAL) VSOP IC VSOP IC IC IC IC(DIGITAL) IC(DIGITAL) IC(DIGITAL) IC IC(DIGITAL) IC IC IC IC IC IC(MICRO C ROM) IC(MICRO C ROM) IC(MCU) IC(MICRO C ROM) IC(MICRO C ROM) IC(MCU) IC IC IC IC IC IC IC IC IC IC OPT TRANSMITTER IC IC DIGI TRANSISTOR DIGI TRANSISTOR DIGI TRANSISTOR DIGI TRANSISTOR Description Local A B

or or

16Mbit SDRAM

or

or

or

or or or or

*(REFER TO BELOW) *(REFER TO BELOW) 16Mbit SDRAM

A B

or

DTC144EUA-X DTC144EUA-X DTC114EUA-X or PDTC114EU-X

or UN5211-X DIGI TRANSISTOR or RN1302-X DIGI TRANSISTOR UMT2N-W PAIR TRANSISTOR UMX2N-W PAIR TRANSISTOR UMT2N-W PAIR TRANSISTOR 2SC3930/C/-X TRANSISTOR 2SC4081/QRS/-X TRANSISTOR or 2PC4081/R/-X TRANSISTOR or 2SD1819A/QRS/-X TRANSISTOR 2SC3930/C/-X TRANSISTOR 2SA1532/C/-X TRANSISTOR 2SC5632-X TRANSISTOR UMT2N-W PAIR TRANSISTOR UMX2N-W PAIR TRANSISTOR UMT2N-W PAIR TRANSISTOR 2SC3930/C/-X TRANSISTOR 2SC4081/QRS/-X TRANSISTOR or 2PC4081/R/-X TRANSISTOR or 2SD1819A/QRS/-X TRANSISTOR 2SC3930/C/-X TRANSISTOR 2SA1532/C/-X TRANSISTOR 2SC5632-X TRANSISTOR 2SC4081/QRS/-X TRANSISTOR or 2PC4081/R/-X TRANSISTOR or 2SD1819A/QRS/-X TRANSISTOR DTC114EUA-X DIGI TRANSISTOR or PDTC114EU-X DIGI TRANSISTOR or UN5211-X DIGI TRANSISTOR or RN1302-X DIGI TRANSISTOR 2SC4081/QRS/-X TRANSISTOR or 2PC4081/R/-X TRANSISTOR or 2SD1819A/QRS/-X TRANSISTOR 2SA1532/C/-X TRANSISTOR 2SC3930/C/-X TRANSISTOR 2SC4081/QRS/-X TRANSISTOR or 2PC4081/R/-X TRANSISTOR or 2SD1819A/QRS/-X TRANSISTOR 2SC4081/QRS/-X TRANSISTOR or 2PC4081/R/-X TRANSISTOR or 2SD1819A/QRS/-X TRANSISTOR 2SA1532/C/-X TRANSISTOR 2SC3930/C/-X TRANSISTOR UMT2N-W PAIR TRANSISTOR UMT2N-W PAIR TRANSISTOR DTC144EUA-X DIGI TRANSISTOR DTC144EUA-X DIGI TRANSISTOR 2SA1576A/QR/-X TRANSISTOR or 2PA1576/R/-X TRANSISTOR or 2SB1218A/QR/-X TRANSISTOR 2SA1576A/QR/-X TRANSISTOR or 2PA1576/R/-X TRANSISTOR or 2SB1218A/QR/-X TRANSISTOR 2SC4081/QRS/-X TRANSISTOR or 2PC4081/R/-X TRANSISTOR or 2SD1819A/QRS/-X TRANSISTOR 2SA1576A/QR/-X TRANSISTOR or 2PA1576/R/-X TRANSISTOR or 2SB1218A/QR/-X TRANSISTOR 2SC4081/QRS/-X TRANSISTOR or 2PC4081/R/-X TRANSISTOR or 2SD1819A/QRS/-X TRANSISTOR 2SA1576A/QR/-X TRANSISTOR or 2PA1576/R/-X TRANSISTOR or 2SB1218A/QR/-X TRANSISTOR 2SA1576A/QR/-X TRANSISTOR or 2PA1576/R/-X TRANSISTOR or 2SB1218A/QR/-X TRANSISTOR 2SC4081/QRS/-X TRANSISTOR or 2PC4081/R/-X TRANSISTOR or 2SD1819A/QRS/-X TRANSISTOR 2SA1576A/QR/-X TRANSISTOR or 2PA1576/R/-X TRANSISTOR or 2SB1218A/QR/-X TRANSISTOR 2SC4081/QRS/-X TRANSISTOR or 2PC4081/R/-X TRANSISTOR or 2SD1819A/QRS/-X TRANSISTOR 2SA1576A/QR/-X TRANSISTOR 2SA1576A/QR/-X TRANSISTOR

3-16(No.82933)

*When replacing the IC901, be sure to confirm the part number of IC901. If the part number is mistaken, rewritting of 1394 key will occur.

Part number

Symbol No. Q1114 Q1115 Q1116 Q1117 Q1117 Q1117 Q1117 Q1118 Q1119 Q1120 Q1121 Q1122 Q1123 Q1125 Q1126 Q1127 Q1128 Q1129 Q1129 Q1129 Q1129 Q1132 Q1133 Q1134 Q1135 Q1501 Q7201 Q7202 Q7203 Q7204 Q7205 D201 D203 D1001 D1101 D1102 D1103 D1104 D7201 D7202 C1 C2 C3 C4 C5 C6 C7 C8 C9 C10 C11 C12 C13 C14 C15 C16 C17 C18 C19 C20 C21 C22 C23 C24 C25 C27 C28 C29 C30 C31 C32 C33 C34 C36 C37 C38

Part No. 2SC4081/QRS/-X 2SA1576A/QR/-X 2SC4081/QRS/-X DTC144WUA-X PDTC144WU-X UN521E-X RN1309-X 2SA1576A/QR/-X 2SA1576A/QR/-X 2SC4081/QRS/-X 2SA1576A/QR/-X 2SC4081/QRS/-X 2SA1576A/QR/-X 2SA1576A/QR/-X 2SC4081/QRS/-X 2SA1576A/QR/-X 2SA1576A/QR/-X DTC144WUA-X PDTC144WU-X UN521E-X RN1309-X 2SC4081/R/-X 2SC4081/QRS/-X 2SA1576A/QR/-X 2SA1576A/QR/-X DTC144EUA-X 2SA1576A/QR/-X 2SA1576A/QR/-X UMZ1N-W UMX2N-W 2SA1576A/QR/-X UDZ2.2B-X MA8033/H/-X DAN202U-X 1SS355-X 1SS355-X 1SS355-X 1SS355-X 1SS355-X 1SS355-X NEH91CM-476X NCB31CK-104X NEH90JM-107X NCB31CK-104X NEH91CM-476X NCB31CK-104X NBE40JM-476X NCB31CK-104X NBE40JM-476X NCB31CK-104X NEH90JM-476X NCB31CK-104X NBE40JM-476X NCB31CK-104X NBE40JM-476X NCB31CK-104X NBE40JM-476X NCB31CK-104X NCB31CK-104X NCB31CK-104X NCB31CK-104X NDC31HJ-100X NDC31HJ-100X NCB31CK-104X NCB31HK-472X NCB31CK-104X NCB31CK-104X NCB31CK-104X NCB31CK-104X NCB31CK-104X NCB31CK-104X NCB31CK-104X NCB31CK-104X NCB31CK-104X NDC31HJ-470X NDC31HJ-470X

Part Name TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR DIGI TRANSISTOR DIGI TRANSISTOR DIGI TRANSISTOR DIGI TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR DIGI TRANSISTOR DIGI TRANSISTOR DIGI TRANSISTOR DIGI TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR DIGI TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR PAIR TRANSISTOR PAIR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR Z DIODE Z DIODE SI DIODE SI DIODE SI DIODE SI DIODE SI DIODE SI DIODE SI DIODE E CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR TA E CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR TA E CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR TA E CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR TA E CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR TA E CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR

Description

Local

Symbol No. C39 C40 C41 C42 C43 C44 C45 C46 C47 C48 C49 C50 C51 C57 C58 C59 C60 C62 C63 C64 C65 C201 C202 C203 C204 C205 C206 C207 C208 C209 C210 C211 C212 C213 C214 C215 C216 C217 C218 C219 C220 C221 C222 C223 C224 C225 C226 C227 C228 C229 C230 C231 C232 C233 C234 C235 C236 C240 C241 C242 C246 C252 C404 C407 C408 C409 C410 C411 C412 C413 C414 C415 C416 C417 C422 C425 C426 C427

Part No. NDC31HJ-470X NDC31HJ-470X NDC31HJ-470X NDC31HJ-470X NDC31HJ-470X NDC31HJ-470X NDC31HJ-470X NDC31HJ-470X NDC31HJ-470X NDC31HJ-470X NDC31HJ-470X NDC31HJ-470X NRSA63J-0R0X NCB31CK-104X NBE20JM-226X NCB31CK-104X NCB31CK-104X NDC31HJ-470X NDC31HJ-470X NDC31HJ-470X NDC31HJ-470X NBE20JM-226X NCB31CK-104X NBE20JM-226X NCB31CK-104X NCB31CK-104X NBE20JM-226X NCB31CK-104X NBE20JM-226X NCB31CK-104X NCB31CK-104X NCB31CK-104X NBE20JM-226X NCB31CK-104X NCB31CK-104X NCB31CK-104X NCB31CK-104X NBE20JM-226X NCB31CK-104X NDC31HJ-100X NDC31HJ-100X NCB31CK-104X NDC31HJ-100X NDC31HJ-100X NDC31HJ-5R0X NDC31HJ-5R0X NCB31CK-104X NCB31HK-103X NCB31HK-103X NCB31HK-103X NBE20JM-226X NDC31HJ-4R0X NDC31HJ-4R0X NCB31CK-104X NBE20JM-226X NCB31CK-104X NCB21CK-334X NCB31CK-104X NBE20JM-226X NCB31CK-104X NDC31HJ-101X NCB31CK-104X NCB31CK-104X NEH90JM-476X NCB31CK-104X NCB21CK-105X NEH90JM-476X NCB31EK-103X NCB31CK-104X NDC31HJ-6R0X NCB31EK-123X NCF31AZ-105X NCB31CK-104X NEH91CM-476X NCB31CK-104X NEH90JM-476X NCB21CK-105X NEH90JM-476X

Part Name C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR MG RESISTOR C CAPACITOR TA E CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR TA E CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR TA E CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR TA E CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR TA E CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR TA E CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR TA E CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR TA E CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR TA E CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR TA E CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR

Description 47pF 50V J 47pF 50V J 47pF 50V J 47pF 50V J 47pF 50V J 47pF 50V J 47pF 50V J 47pF 50V J 47pF 50V J 47pF 50V J 47pF 50V J 47pF 50V J 0 1/16W J 0.1uF 16V K 22uF 6.3V M 0.1uF 16V K 0.1uF 16V K 47pF 50V J 47pF 50V J 47pF 50V J 47pF 50V J 22uF 6.3V M 0.1uF 16V K 22uF 6.3V M 0.1uF 16V K 0.1uF 16V K 22uF 6.3V M 0.1uF 16V K 22uF 6.3V M 0.1uF 16V K 0.1uF 16V K 0.1uF 16V K 22uF 6.3V M 0.1uF 16V K 0.1uF 16V K 0.1uF 16V K 0.1uF 16V K 22uF 6.3V M 0.1uF 16V K 10pF 50V J 10pF 50V J 0.1uF 16V K 10pF 50V J 10pF 50V J 5pF 50V J 5pF 50V J 0.1uF 16V K 0.01uF 50V K 0.01uF 50V K 0.01uF 50V K 22uF 6.3V M 4pF 50V J 4pF 50V J 0.1uF 16V K 22uF 6.3V M 0.1uF 16V K 0.33uF 16V K 0.1uF 16V K 22uF 6.3V M 0.1uF 16V K 100pF 50V J 0.1uF 16V K 0.1uF 16V K 47uF 6.3V M 0.1uF 16V K 1uF 16V K 47uF 6.3V M 0.01uF 25V K 0.1uF 16V K 6pF 50V J 0.012uF 25V K 1uF 10V Z 0.1uF 16V K 47uF 16V M 0.1uF 16V K 47uF 6.3V M 1uF 16V K 47uF 6.3V M

Local

or or or

or or or

47uF 16V M 0.1uF 16V K 100uF 6.3V M 0.1uF 16V K 47uF 16V M 0.1uF 16V K 47uF 6.3V M 0.1uF 16V K 47uF 6.3V M 0.1uF 16V K 47uF 6.3V M 0.1uF 16V K 47uF 6.3V M 0.1uF 16V K 47uF 6.3V M 0.1uF 16V K 47uF 6.3V M 0.1uF 16V K 0.1uF 16V K 0.1uF 16V K 0.1uF 16V K 10pF 50V J 10pF 50V J 0.1uF 16V K 4700pF 50V K 0.1uF 16V K 0.1uF 16V K 0.1uF 16V K 0.1uF 16V K 0.1uF 16V K 0.1uF 16V K 0.1uF 16V K 0.1uF 16V K 0.1uF 16V K 47pF 50V J 47pF 50V J

(No.82933)3-17

Symbol No. C428 C429 C430 C431 C432 C433 C434 C436 C437 C438 C439 C441 C442 C443 C444 C446 C447 C448 C449 C451 C452 C453 C501 C502 C503 C504 C505 C506 C507 C508 C509 C510 C511 C512 C513 C514 C515 C516 C517 C518 C519 C520 C521 C522 C524 C525 C526 C527 C528 C529 C530 C531 C532 C533 C534 C535 C537 C538 C539 C540 C542 C707 C708 C709 C710 C711 C712 C713 C714 C715 C716 C717 C718 C719 C720 C723 C724 C725

Part No. NCB31EK-103X NCB31CK-104X NDC31HJ-6R0X NCB31EK-123X NCF31AZ-105X NCB31CK-104X NEH91CM-476X NCB31CK-104X NBE20JM-226X NCB31EK-103X NCB31CK-104X NCB31EK-103X NEH91CM-476X NCB31EK-103X NCB21EK-104X NCB31CK-104X NBE20JM-226X NCB31EK-103X NCB31CK-104X NEH91CM-476X NCB31EK-103X NCB21EK-104X NCB31CK-104X NCB31CK-104X NCB31CK-104X NCB31CK-104X NCB31CK-104X NCB31CK-104X NCB31CK-104X NCB31CK-104X NCB31CK-104X NCB31CK-104X NCB31CK-104X NCB31CK-104X NCF31AZ-105X NCB31CK-104X NCB31CK-104X NCB31CK-104X NCB31CK-104X NCB31CK-104X NBE20JM-226X NCB31CK-104X NCB31CK-104X NCB31CK-104X NCB31CK-104X NBE20JM-226X NCB31CK-104X NCB31HK-103X NCB31CK-104X NCB31CK-104X NBE20JM-226X NCB31CK-104X NCB31CK-104X NBE20JM-226X NCB31CK-104X NCB31CK-104X NCB31CK-104X NCB31CK-104X NCB31CK-104X NCB30JK-105X NCB31HK-102X NCB31CK-104X NBSH0GM-477X NCB31CK-104X NCB31CK-104X NCB30JK-105X NCB30JK-105X NCB30JK-105X NCB31CK-104X NCB31CK-104X NCB31CK-104X NCB31CK-104X NCB31CK-104X NCB31CK-104X NCB31CK-104X NCB31CK-104X NCB31CK-104X NBE20JM-226X

Part Name C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR TA E CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR TA E CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR TA E CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR TA E CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR TA E CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR TA E CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR OS E CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR TA E CAPACITOR

Description 0.01uF 25V K 0.1uF 16V K 6pF 50V J 0.012uF 25V K 1uF 10V Z 0.1uF 16V K 47uF 16V M 0.1uF 16V K 22uF 6.3V M 0.01uF 25V K 0.1uF 16V K 0.01uF 25V K 47uF 16V M 0.01uF 25V K 0.1uF 25V K 0.1uF 16V K 22uF 6.3V M 0.01uF 25V K 0.1uF 16V K 47uF 16V M 0.01uF 25V K 0.1uF 25V K 0.1uF 16V K 0.1uF 16V K 0.1uF 16V K 0.1uF 16V K 0.1uF 16V K 0.1uF 16V K 0.1uF 16V K 0.1uF 16V K 0.1uF 16V K 0.1uF 16V K 0.1uF 16V K 0.1uF 16V K 1uF 10V Z 0.1uF 16V K 0.1uF 16V K 0.1uF 16V K 0.1uF 16V K 0.1uF 16V K 22uF 6.3V M 0.1uF 16V K 0.1uF 16V K 0.1uF 16V K 0.1uF 16V K 22uF 6.3V M 0.1uF 16V K 0.01uF 50V K 0.1uF 16V K 0.1uF 16V K 22uF 6.3V M 0.1uF 16V K 0.1uF 16V K 22uF 6.3V M 0.1uF 16V K 0.1uF 16V K 0.1uF 16V K 0.1uF 16V K 0.1uF 16V K 1uF 6.3V K 1000pF 50V K 0.1uF 16V K 470uF 4V M 0.1uF 16V K 0.1uF 16V K 1uF 6.3V K 1uF 6.3V K 1uF 6.3V K 0.1uF 16V K 0.1uF 16V K 0.1uF 16V K 0.1uF 16V K 0.1uF 16V K 0.1uF 16V K 0.1uF 16V K 0.1uF 16V K 0.1uF 16V K 22uF 6.3V M

Local

Symbol No. C726 C727 C728 C729 C730 C731 C732 C733 C734 C735 C736 C737 C738 C739 C740 C741 C742 C743 C744 C746 C747 C748 C750 C751 C752 C753 C754 C755 C756 C757 C758 C759 C760 C761 C762 C763 C764 C765 C766 C767 C768 C769 C770 C771 C802 C803 C804 C805 C806 C807 C902 C903 C904 C905 C906 C907 C908 C909 C910 C911 C912 C913 C914 C915 C1001 C1002 C1003 C1006 C1007 C1008 C1009 C1010 C1011 C1012 C1013 C1014 C1015 C1016

Part No. NBSH0GM-477X NCB31CK-104X NCB31CK-104X NCB31CK-104X NCB31CK-104X NCB31CK-104X NCB31CK-104X NCB31CK-104X NCB31CK-104X NBE20JM-226X NBSH0GM-477X NCB31CK-104X NCB31CK-104X NCB31CK-104X NCB31CK-104X NCB31CK-104X NCB31CK-104X NCB31CK-104X NCB31CK-104X NRSA63D-471X NCB31CK-104X NCB31CK-104X NBE20JM-226X NCB31CK-104X NCB31CK-104X NCB31CK-104X NCB31CK-104X NCB31CK-104X NCB31CK-104X NCB31CK-104X NCB31CK-104X NBE20JM-226X NCB31CK-104X NCB31CK-104X NCB31CK-104X NCB31CK-104X NCB31CK-104X NCB31CK-104X NCB31CK-104X NCB31CK-104X NCB30JK-105X NCB30JK-105X NCB31CK-104X NCB31CK-104X NCB31CK-104X NCB31CK-104X NBE20JM-226X NBE20JM-226X NCB31CK-104X NCB31CK-104X NBE20JM-226X NCB31CK-104X NCB31CK-104X NBE20JM-226X NDC31HJ-120X NDC31HJ-120X NCB31CK-104X NCB31CK-104X NCB31CK-104X NDC31HJ-271X NCF31AZ-105X NDC31HJ-271X NCF31AZ-105X NCB31CK-104X NBE40JM-476X NBE40JM-476X NCB31CK-104X NCB31CK-104X NCB31CK-104X NCB31CK-104X NCB31CK-104X NDC31HJ-101X NCB31EK-103X NCB31CK-104X NCB31CK-104X NCB31CK-104X NCB31CK-104X NDC31HJ-101X

Part Name OS E CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR TA E CAPACITOR OS E CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR MG RESISTOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR TA E CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR TA E CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR TA E CAPACITOR TA E CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR TA E CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR TA E CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR TA E CAPACITOR TA E CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR

Description 470uF 4V M 0.1uF 16V K 0.1uF 16V K 0.1uF 16V K 0.1uF 16V K 0.1uF 16V K 0.1uF 16V K 0.1uF 16V K 0.1uF 16V K 22uF 6.3V M 470uF 4V M 0.1uF 16V K 0.1uF 16V K 0.1uF 16V K 0.1uF 16V K 0.1uF 16V K 0.1uF 16V K 0.1uF 16V K 0.1uF 16V K 470 1/16W D 0.1uF 16V K 0.1uF 16V K 22uF 6.3V M 0.1uF 16V K 0.1uF 16V K 0.1uF 16V K 0.1uF 16V K 0.1uF 16V K 0.1uF 16V K 0.1uF 16V K 0.1uF 16V K 22uF 6.3V M 0.1uF 16V K 0.1uF 16V K 0.1uF 16V K 0.1uF 16V K 0.1uF 16V K 0.1uF 16V K 0.1uF 16V K 0.1uF 16V K 1uF 6.3V K 1uF 6.3V K 0.1uF 16V K 0.1uF 16V K 0.1uF 16V K 0.1uF 16V K 22uF 6.3V M 22uF 6.3V M 0.1uF 16V K 0.1uF 16V K 22uF 6.3V M 0.1uF 16V K 0.1uF 16V K 22uF 6.3V M 12pF 50V J 12pF 50V J 0.1uF 16V K 0.1uF 16V K 0.1uF 16V K 270pF 50V J 1uF 10V Z 270pF 50V J 1uF 10V Z 0.1uF 16V K 47uF 6.3V M 47uF 6.3V M 0.1uF 16V K 0.1uF 16V K 0.1uF 16V K 0.1uF 16V K 0.1uF 16V K 100pF 50V J 0.01uF 25V K 0.1uF 16V K 0.1uF 16V K 0.1uF 16V K 0.1uF 16V K 100pF 50V J

Local

3-18(No.82933)

Symbol No. C1017 C1018 C1019 C1020 C1021 C1022 C1023 C1024 C1025 C1026 C1027 C1028 C1029 C1030 C1031 C1032 C1033 C1034 C1035 C1036 C1037 C1038 C1039 C1040 C1041 C1042 C1043 C1044 C1045 C1046 C1047 C1049 C1101 C1102 C1103 C1104 C1105 C1106 C1109 C1110 C1111 C1117 C1118 C1119 C1127 C1128 C1129 C1130 C1131 C1132 C1134 C1135 C1137 C1139 C1140 C1145 C1146 C1147 C1148 C1149 C1151 C1153 C1163 C1165 C1166 C1170 C1301 C1302 C1303 C1304 C1305 C1306 C1307 C1308 C1309 C1310 C1311 C1312

Part No. NCB31CK-104X NCB31CK-104X NCB31CK-104X NCB31CK-104X NDC31HJ-101X NCB31CK-104X NCB31CK-104X NCB31CK-104X NCB31CK-104X NCB31CK-104X NCB31CK-104X NCB31CK-104X NCB31CK-104X NCB31CK-104X NCB31CK-104X NEH91CM-106X NCB31CK-104X NCB31CK-104X NCB31CK-104X NEH91CM-106X NCB31CK-104X NCB31CK-104X NCB31CK-104X NCB31CK-104X NCB31CK-104X NCB31CK-104X NCB31CK-104X NCB31CK-104X NBE40JM-476X NCB31CK-104X NCB31CK-104X QETJ0JM-337Z NCB31EK-103X NCF31AZ-105X NCF31AZ-105X NCF31AZ-105X NCF31AZ-105X NCF31AZ-105X NCB31CK-104X NCF31AZ-105X NDC31HJ-330X NCB31CK-104X NCB31CK-104X NEH91CM-476X NCB31CK-104X NDC31HJ-8R0X NDC31HJ-150X NDC31HJ-390X NDC31HJ-180X NCB31CK-104X NDC31HJ-7R0X NDC31HJ-100X NCB31CK-104X NCB31CK-104X NCB31CK-104X NCB20JM-475X NCB31CK-104X NEH91CM-476X NCB31EK-103X NCB31CK-104X NRSA63J-0R0X NCB31CK-104X NRSA63J-0R0X NCB31EK-103X NCB31EK-103X NCB31EK-103X NEH91CM-106X NEH91CM-106X NCB21HK-222X NCB21HK-222X NCB31CK-104X NCB31CK-104X NBE20JM-475X NBE20JM-475X NCB31CK-104X NCB31CK-104X NEH91CM-226X NCB31CK-104X

Part Name C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR TA E CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR MG RESISTOR C CAPACITOR MG RESISTOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR TA E CAPACITOR TA E CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR

Description 0.1uF 16V K 0.1uF 16V K 0.1uF 16V K 0.1uF 16V K 100pF 50V J 0.1uF 16V K 0.1uF 16V K 0.1uF 16V K 0.1uF 16V K 0.1uF 16V K 0.1uF 16V K 0.1uF 16V K 0.1uF 16V K 0.1uF 16V K 0.1uF 16V K 10uF 16V M 0.1uF 16V K 0.1uF 16V K 0.1uF 16V K 10uF 16V M 0.1uF 16V K 0.1uF 16V K 0.1uF 16V K 0.1uF 16V K 0.1uF 16V K 0.1uF 16V K 0.1uF 16V K 0.1uF 16V K 47uF 6.3V M 0.1uF 16V K 0.1uF 16V K 330uF 6.3V M 0.01uF 25V K 1uF 10V Z 1uF 10V Z 1uF 10V Z 1uF 10V Z 1uF 10V Z 0.1uF 16V K 1uF 10V Z 33pF 50V J 0.1uF 16V K 0.1uF 16V K 47uF 16V M 0.1uF 16V K 8pF 50V J 15pF 50V J 39pF 50V J 18pF 50V J 0.1uF 16V K 7pF 50V J 10pF 50V J 0.1uF 16V K 0.1uF 16V K 0.1uF 16V K 4.7uF 6.3V M 0.1uF 16V K 47uF 16V M 0.01uF 25V K 0.1uF 16V K 0 1/16W J 0.1uF 16V K 0 1/16W J 0.01uF 25V K 0.01uF 25V K 0.01uF 25V K 10uF 16V M 10uF 16V M 2200pF 50V K 2200pF 50V K 0.1uF 16V K 0.1uF 16V K 4.7uF 6.3V M 4.7uF 6.3V M 0.1uF 16V K 0.1uF 16V K 22uF 16V M 0.1uF 16V K

Local

Symbol No. C1313 C1314 C1315 C1316 C1317 C1318 C1319 C1322 C1323 C1324 C1325 C1328 C1329 C1330 C1331 C1332 C1333 C1338 C1342 C1501 C1502 C1503 C1504 C1505 C1506 C1507 C7201 C7202 C7203 R1 R2 R3 R4 R5 R6 R7 R8 R9 R10 R11 R12 R14 R15 R16 R17 R18 R19 R20 R21 R22 R23 R24 R25 R26 R27 R32 R33 R34 R35 R36 R37 R38 R39 R40 R41 R42 R43 R44 R49 R50 R51 R52 R53 R54 R55 R56 R57

Part No. NBE20JM-226X NCB31CK-104X NBE20JM-475X NEH91CM-106X NEH91CM-106X NEH90JM-476X NEH91CM-476X NDC31HJ-101X NDC31HJ-101X NDC31HJ-101X NDC31HJ-101X NDC31HJ-471X NDC31HJ-471X NDC31HJ-101X NDC31HJ-101X NCB31CK-104X NCB31CK-104X NCB31HK-102X NCB31CK-104X NBE20JM-226X NCB31CK-104X NCB31CK-104X NCB31CK-104X NBE20JM-226X NCB31CK-104X NDC31HJ-101X NCB31EK-103X NBE20JM-226X NCB31EK-103X NRSA63J-154X NRSA63J-913X NRSA63J-102X NRSA63J-103X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-103X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-103X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-103X NRSA63J-103X NRSA63J-103X NRSA63J-103X NRSA63J-102X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-102X NRSA63J-101X NRSA63J-101X NRSA63J-103X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-103X NRSA63J-472X NRSA63J-221X NRSA63J-221X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-471X NRSA63J-471X NRSA63J-221X NRSA63J-221X

Part Name TA E CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR TA E CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR TA E CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR TA E CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR TA E CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR

Description 22uF 6.3V M 0.1uF 16V K 4.7uF 6.3V M 10uF 16V M 10uF 16V M 47uF 6.3V M 47uF 16V M 100pF 50V J 100pF 50V J 100pF 50V J 100pF 50V J 470pF 50V J 470pF 50V J 100pF 50V J 100pF 50V J 0.1uF 16V K 0.1uF 16V K 1000pF 50V K 0.1uF 16V K 22uF 6.3V M 0.1uF 16V K 0.1uF 16V K 0.1uF 16V K 22uF 6.3V M 0.1uF 16V K 100pF 50V J 0.01uF 25V K 22uF 6.3V M 0.01uF 25V K 150k 1/16W J 91k 1/16W J 1k 1/16W J 10k 1/16W J 0 1/16W J 0 1/16W J 10k 1/16W J 0 1/16W J 0 1/16W J 0 1/16W J 0 1/16W J 0 1/16W J 0 1/16W J 0 1/16W J 0 1/16W J 0 1/16W J 0 1/16W J 0 1/16W J 10k 1/16W J 0 1/16W J 0 1/16W J 0 1/16W J 0 1/16W J 0 1/16W J 0 1/16W J 0 1/16W J 0 1/16W J 10k 1/16W J 10k 1/16W J 10k 1/16W J 10k 1/16W J 1k 1/16W J 0 1/16W J 1k 1/16W J 100 1/16W J 100 1/16W J 10k 1/16W J 0 1/16W J 10k 1/16W J 4.7k 1/16W J 220 1/16W J 220 1/16W J 0 1/16W J 0 1/16W J 470 1/16W J 470 1/16W J 220 1/16W J 220 1/16W J

Local

(No.82933)3-19

Symbol No. R58 R59 R60 R61 R62 R63 R64 R66 R67 R68 R69 R70 R71 R72 R73 R74 R75 R76 R77 R78 R79 R82 R83 R84 R85 R91 R92 R93 R94 R95 R96 R97 R201 R202 R203 R204 R205 R206 R207 R212 R213 R214 R215 R216 R217 R218 R219 R220 R221 R222 R224 R225 R226 R227 R228 R229 R230 R232 R233 R234 R235 R236 R237 R238 R239 R240 R242 R243 R245 R247 R248 R249 R250 R251 R252 R253 R254 R255

Part No. NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-221X NRSA63J-221X NRSA63J-221X NRSA63J-221X NRSA63J-221X NRSA63J-471X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-221X NRSA63J-221X NRSA63J-221X NRSA63J-221X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-221X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-221X NRSA63J-221X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-471X NRSA63J-471X NRSA63J-471X NRSA63J-471X NRSA63J-221X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-221X NRSA63J-472X NRSA63J-103X NRSA63J-220X NRSA63J-513X NRSA63J-104X NRSA63J-102X NRSA63J-103X NRSA63J-103X NRSA63J-103X NRSA63J-472X NRSA63J-103X NRSA63J-103X NRSA63D-472X NRSA63D-472X NRSA63J-221X NRSA63J-391X NRSA63J-221X NRSA63J-220X NRSA63D-151X NRSA63J-221X NRSA63D-272X NRSA63D-151X NRSA63J-101X NRSA63D-151X NRSA63J-221X NRSA63J-220X NRSA63J-221X NRSA63J-391X NRSA63J-201X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-105X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-103X NRSA63J-220X NRSA63J-103X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-103X NRSA63J-103X NRSA63J-103X NRSA63J-103X NRSA63J-103X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-273X NRSA63J-391X

Part Name MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR

Description 0 1/16W J 220 1/16W J 220 1/16W J 220 1/16W J 220 1/16W J 220 1/16W J 470 1/16W J 0 1/16W J 0 1/16W J 220 1/16W J 220 1/16W J 220 1/16W J 220 1/16W J 0 1/16W J 0 1/16W J 220 1/16W J 0 1/16W J 0 1/16W J 220 1/16W J 220 1/16W J 0 1/16W J 470 1/16W J 470 1/16W J 470 1/16W J 470 1/16W J 220 1/16W J 0 1/16W J 0 1/16W J 220 1/16W J 4.7k 1/16W J 10k 1/16W J 22 1/16W J 51k 1/16W J 100k 1/16W J 1k 1/16W J 10k 1/16W J 10k 1/16W J 10k 1/16W J 4.7k 1/16W J 10k 1/16W J 10k 1/16W J 4.7k 1/16W D 4.7k 1/16W D 220 1/16W J 390 1/16W J 220 1/16W J 22 1/16W J 150 1/16W D 220 1/16W J 2.7k 1/16W D 150 1/16W D 100 1/16W J 150 1/16W D 220 1/16W J 22 1/16W J 220 1/16W J 390 1/16W J 200 1/16W J 0 1/16W J 0 1/16W J 0 1/16W J 1M 1/16W J 0 1/16W J 0 1/16W J 10k 1/16W J 22 1/16W J 10k 1/16W J 0 1/16W J 10k 1/16W J 10k 1/16W J 10k 1/16W J 10k 1/16W J 10k 1/16W J 0 1/16W J 0 1/16W J 0 1/16W J 27k 1/16W J 390 1/16W J

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Symbol No. R257 R258 R259 R260 R261 R270 R403 R404 R405 R406 R407 R408 R409 R410 R411 R412 R413 R414 R415 R420 R421 R422 R423 R424 R425 R426 R427 R428 R429 R430 R431 R432 R435 R436 R437 R438 R439 R440 R441 R442 R443 R444 R445 R446 R447 R452 R453 R454 R455 R456 R457 R458 R459 R460 R461 R462 R463 R464 R465 R466 R467 R468 R469 R470 R471 R472 R473 R474 R475 R476 R477 R478 R479 R480 R481 R482 R483 R484

Part No. NRSA63J-103X NRSA63J-103X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-470X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-222X NRSA63J-101X NRSA63J-182X NRSA63J-101X NRSA63J-471X NRSA63J-911X NRSA63J-471X NRSA63J-102X NRSA63J-102X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-103X NRSA63J-103X NRSA63J-392X NRSA63J-103X NRSA63J-472X NRSA63J-471X NRSA63J-103X NRSA63J-102X NRSA63J-681X NRSA63J-681X NRSA63J-122X NRSA63J-471X NRSA63J-102X NRSA63J-101X NRSA63J-750X NRSA63J-222X NRSA63J-101X NRSA63J-182X NRSA63J-101X NRSA63J-471X NRSA63J-911X NRSA63J-471X NRSA63J-102X NRSA63J-102X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-103X NRSA63J-103X NRSA63J-392X NRSA63J-103X NRSA63J-472X NRSA63J-471X NRSA63J-103X NRSA63J-102X NRSA63J-681X NRSA63J-681X NRSA63J-122X NRSA63J-471X NRSA63J-102X NRSA63J-101X NRSA63J-750X NRSA63J-391X NRSA63J-153X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-563X NRSA63J-331X NRSA63J-272X NRSA63J-331X NRSA63J-681X NRSA63J-101X NRSA63J-101X NRSA63J-562X NRSA63J-102X NRSA63J-471X NRSA63J-333X NRSA63J-512X NRSA63J-750X NRSA63J-391X NRSA63J-153X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-563X

Part Name MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR

Description 10k 1/16W J 10k 1/16W J 0 1/16W J 0 1/16W J 47 1/16W J 0 1/16W J 2.2k 1/16W J 100 1/16W J 1.8k 1/16W J 100 1/16W J 470 1/16W J 910 1/16W J 470 1/16W J 1k 1/16W J 1k 1/16W J 0 1/16W J 0 1/16W J 10k 1/16W J 10k 1/16W J 3.9k 1/16W J 10k 1/16W J 4.7k 1/16W J 470 1/16W J 10k 1/16W J 1k 1/16W J 680 1/16W J 680 1/16W J 1.2k 1/16W J 470 1/16W J 1k 1/16W J 100 1/16W J 75 1/16W J 2.2k 1/16W J 100 1/16W J 1.8k 1/16W J 100 1/16W J 470 1/16W J 910 1/16W J 470 1/16W J 1k 1/16W J 1k 1/16W J 0 1/16W J 0 1/16W J 10k 1/16W J 10k 1/16W J 3.9k 1/16W J 10k 1/16W J 4.7k 1/16W J 470 1/16W J 10k 1/16W J 1k 1/16W J 680 1/16W J 680 1/16W J 1.2k 1/16W J 470 1/16W J 1k 1/16W J 100 1/16W J 75 1/16W J 390 1/16W J 15k 1/16W J 0 1/16W J 56k 1/16W J 330 1/16W J 2.7k 1/16W J 330 1/16W J 680 1/16W J 100 1/16W J 100 1/16W J 5.6k 1/16W J 1k 1/16W J 470 1/16W J 33k 1/16W J 5.1k 1/16W J 75 1/16W J 390 1/16W J 15k 1/16W J 0 1/16W J 56k 1/16W J

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3-20(No.82933)

Symbol No. R485 R486 R487 R488 R489 R490 R491 R492 R493 R494 R495 R496 R497 R501 R505 R506 R508 R510 R512 R513 R514 R516 R517 R519 R520 R521 R522 R527 R528 R529 R531 R536 R537 R538 R539 R540 R541 R547 R549 R550 R551 R552 R554 R555 R556 R557 R558 R559 R560 R561 R562 R563 R565 R566 R567 R568 R569 R570 R571 R575 R576 R577 R578 R579 R581 R582 R583 R584 R586 R587 R588 R590 R592 R593 R594 R595 R596 R597

Part No. NRSA63J-331X NRSA63J-272X NRSA63J-331X NRSA63J-681X NRSA63J-101X NRSA63J-101X NRSA63J-562X NRSA63J-102X NRSA63J-471X NRSA63J-333X NRSA63J-512X NRSA63J-750X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-220X NRSA63J-220X NRSA63J-220X NRSA63J-220X NRSA63J-220X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-220X NRSA63J-220X NRSA63J-220X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-473X NRSA63J-103X NRSA63J-103X NRSA63J-103X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-220X NRSA63J-220X NRSA63F-1181X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-220X NRSA63J-220X NRSA63J-220X NRSA63J-220X NRSA63J-220X NRSA63J-220X NRSA63J-220X NRSA63J-220X NRSA63J-220X NRSA63J-220X NRSA63J-221X NRSA63J-220X NRSA63J-220X NRSA63J-220X NRSA63J-103X NRSA63J-103X NRSA63J-103X NRSA63J-220X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-103X NRSA63J-103X NRSA63J-220X NRSA63J-220X NRSA63J-220X NRSA63J-220X NRSA63J-220X NRSA63J-220X NRSA63J-103X NRSA63J-103X NRSA63J-220X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-103X NRSA63J-103X NRSA63J-103X NRSA63J-103X NRSA63J-220X

Part Name MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR

Description 330 1/16W J 2.7k 1/16W J 330 1/16W J 680 1/16W J 100 1/16W J 100 1/16W J 5.6k 1/16W J 1k 1/16W J 470 1/16W J 33k 1/16W J 5.1k 1/16W J 75 1/16W J 0 1/16W J 22 1/16W J 22 1/16W J 22 1/16W J 22 1/16W J 22 1/16W J 0 1/16W J 22 1/16W J 22 1/16W J 22 1/16W J 0 1/16W J 47k 1/16W J 10k 1/16W J 10k 1/16W J 10k 1/16W J 0 1/16W J 0 1/16W J 0 1/16W J 0 1/16W J 0 1/16W J 0 1/16W J 0 1/16W J 22 1/16W J 22 1/16W J 1.18k 1/16W F 0 1/16W J 0 1/16W J 0 1/16W J 0 1/16W J 0 1/16W J 22 1/16W J 22 1/16W J 22 1/16W J 22 1/16W J 22 1/16W J 22 1/16W J 22 1/16W J 22 1/16W J 22 1/16W J 22 1/16W J 220 1/16W J 22 1/16W J 22 1/16W J 22 1/16W J 10k 1/16W J 10k 1/16W J 10k 1/16W J 22 1/16W J 0 1/16W J 10k 1/16W J 10k 1/16W J 22 1/16W J 22 1/16W J 22 1/16W J 22 1/16W J 22 1/16W J 22 1/16W J 10k 1/16W J 10k 1/16W J 22 1/16W J 0 1/16W J 10k 1/16W J 10k 1/16W J 10k 1/16W J 10k 1/16W J 22 1/16W J

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Symbol No. R707 R708 R709 R710 R711 R712 R713 R714 R715 R716 R717 R718 R719 R720 R721 R722 R723 R724 R725 R726 R727 R728 R729 R730 R731 R732 R733 R734 R735 R736 R737 R738 R739 R740 R741 R742 R743 R744 R745 R746 R747 R748 R749 R750 R751 R752 R753 R754 R755 R756 R757 R802 R803 R804 R805 R806 R807 R808 R809 R810 R812 R813 R814 R818 R902 R903 R904 R905 R906 R907 R909 R910 R911 R913 R914 R915 R916 R917

Part No. NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-101X NRSA63J-101X NRSA63J-101X NRSA63J-101X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-270X NRSA63J-270X NRSA63J-270X NRSA63J-270X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-560X NRSA63J-560X NRSA63J-101X NRSA63J-101X NRSA63J-270X NRSA63J-270X NRSA63J-560X NRSA63J-560X NRSA63J-101X NRSA63J-101X NRSA63J-270X NRSA63J-270X NRSA63J-101X NRSA63J-101X NRSA63J-101X NRSA63J-101X NRSA63J-101X NRSA63J-101X NRSA63J-101X NRSA63J-101X NRSA63J-101X NRSA63J-101X NRSA63J-101X NRSA63J-101X NRSA63D-471X NRSA63D-271X NRSA63D-102X NRSA63J-101X NRSA63J-101X NRSA63J-101X NRSA63J-101X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-472X NRSA63J-472X NRSA63J-472X NRSA63J-153X NRSA63J-472X NRSA63J-472X NRSA63J-472X NRSA63J-103X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63D-751X NRSA63D-562X NRSA63J-103X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-103X NRSA63J-394X NRSA63J-103X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-512X NRSA63J-560X NRSA63J-560X NRSA63J-560X

Part Name MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR

Description 0 1/16W J 0 1/16W J 0 1/16W J 0 1/16W J 100 1/16W J 100 1/16W J 100 1/16W J 100 1/16W J 0 1/16W J 0 1/16W J 0 1/16W J 0 1/16W J 27 1/16W J 27 1/16W J 27 1/16W J 27 1/16W J 0 1/16W J 0 1/16W J 0 1/16W J 0 1/16W J 56 1/16W J 56 1/16W J 100 1/16W J 100 1/16W J 27 1/16W J 27 1/16W J 56 1/16W J 56 1/16W J 100 1/16W J 100 1/16W J 27 1/16W J 27 1/16W J 100 1/16W J 100 1/16W J 100 1/16W J 100 1/16W J 100 1/16W J 100 1/16W J 100 1/16W J 100 1/16W J 100 1/16W J 100 1/16W J 100 1/16W J 100 1/16W J 470 1/16W D 270 1/16W D 1k 1/16W D 100 1/16W J 100 1/16W J 100 1/16W J 100 1/16W J 0 1/16W J 0 1/16W J 0 1/16W J 0 1/16W J 0 1/16W J 4.7k 1/16W J 4.7k 1/16W J 4.7k 1/16W J 15k 1/16W J 4.7k 1/16W J 4.7k 1/16W J 4.7k 1/16W J 10k 1/16W J 0 1/16W J 0 1/16W J 750 1/16W D 5.6k 1/16W D 10k 1/16W J 0 1/16W J 10k 1/16W J 390k 1/16W J 10k 1/16W J 0 1/16W J 5.1k 1/16W J 56 1/16W J 56 1/16W J 56 1/16W J

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(No.82933)3-21

Symbol No. R918 R919 R920 R921 R922 R923 R924 R925 R1001 R1002 R1003 R1004 R1005 R1007 R1008 R1010 R1011 R1012 R1013 R1014 R1015 R1016 R1017 R1018 R1019 R1020 R1021 R1022 R1023 R1024 R1025 R1026 R1027 R1028 R1031 R1032 R1035 R1036 R1037 R1039 R1041 R1042 R1043 R1048 R1052 R1053 R1054 R1055 R1057 R1059 R1061 R1062 R1063 R1064 R1065 R1101 R1102 R1103 R1104 R1105 R1106 R1107 R1108 R1109 R1110 R1111 R1112 R1113 R1114 R1115 R1116 R1118 R1119 R1120 R1121 R1122 R1123 R1124

Part No. NRSA63J-560X NRSA63J-560X NRSA63J-560X NRSA63J-560X NRSA63J-560X NRSA63J-512X NRSA63J-103X NRSA63J-103X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-332X NRSA63J-152X NRSA63J-821X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-821X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-821X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-103X NRSA63J-273X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-103X NRSA63J-103X NRSA63J-103X NRSA63J-103X NRSA63J-103X NRSA63J-271X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-151X NRSA63J-331X NRSA63J-102X NRSA63J-122X NRSA63J-391X NRSA63J-101X NRSA63J-821X NRSA63J-681X NRSA63J-221X NRSA63J-101X NRSA63J-101X NRSA63J-101X NRSA63J-121X NRSA63J-151X NRSA63J-101X NRSA63J-102X NRSA63J-221X NRSA63J-102X NRSA63J-681X NRSA63J-821X NRSA63J-101X NRSA63J-102X

Part Name MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR

Description 56 1/16W J 56 1/16W J 56 1/16W J 56 1/16W J 56 1/16W J 5.1k 1/16W J 10k 1/16W J 10k 1/16W J 0 1/16W J 0 1/16W J 0 1/16W J 0 1/16W J 0 1/16W J 0 1/16W J 0 1/16W J 0 1/16W J 0 1/16W J 0 1/16W J 0 1/16W J 0 1/16W J 0 1/16W J 0 1/16W J 0 1/16W J 0 1/16W J 0 1/16W J 0 1/16W J 0 1/16W J 0 1/16W J 0 1/16W J 0 1/16W J 3.3k 1/16W J 1.5k 1/16W J 820 1/16W J 0 1/16W J 820 1/16W J 0 1/16W J 820 1/16W J 0 1/16W J 0 1/16W J 0 1/16W J 0 1/16W J 0 1/16W J 0 1/16W J 0 1/16W J 10k 1/16W J 27k 1/16W J 0 1/16W J 0 1/16W J 10k 1/16W J 10k 1/16W J 10k 1/16W J 10k 1/16W J 10k 1/16W J 270 1/16W J 0 1/16W J 0 1/16W J 150 1/16W J 330 1/16W J 1k 1/16W J 1.2k 1/16W J 390 1/16W J 100 1/16W J 820 1/16W J 680 1/16W J 220 1/16W J 100 1/16W J 100 1/16W J 100 1/16W J 120 1/16W J 150 1/16W J 100 1/16W J 1k 1/16W J 220 1/16W J 1k 1/16W J 680 1/16W J 820 1/16W J 100 1/16W J 1k 1/16W J

Local

Symbol No. R1125 R1126 R1127 R1128 R1129 R1132 R1133 R1135 R1136 R1137 R1138 R1139 R1140 R1141 R1142 R1143 R1144 R1145 R1146 R1147 R1149 R1150 R1151 R1152 R1153 R1154 R1155 R1156 R1157 R1158 R1160 R1161 R1163 R1164 R1165 R1166 R1167 R1169 R1170 R1171 R1173 R1176 R1177 R1178 R1180 R1183 R1184 R1185 R1186 R1187 R1188 R1189 R1190 R1191 R1192 R1194 R1196 R1197 R1199 R1301 R1302 R1303 R1304 R1305 R1306 R1307 R1308 R1309 R1310 R1311 R1313 R1314 R1315 R1316 R1317 R1318 R1319 R1320

Part No. NRSA63J-102X NRSA63J-331X NRSA63J-151X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-151X NRSA63J-102X NRSA63J-221X NRSA63J-681X NRSA63J-821X NRSA63J-101X NRSA63J-102X NRSA63J-102X NRSA63J-122X NRSA63J-331X NRSA63J-151X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-273X NRSA63J-472X NRSA63J-102X NRSA63J-751X NRSA63J-222X NRSA63J-102X NRSA63J-101X NRSA63J-102X NRSA63J-102X NRSA63J-471X NRSA63J-331X NRSA63J-331X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-273X NRSA63J-102X NRSA63J-102X NRSA63J-272X NRSA63J-202X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-183X NRSA63J-102X NRSA63D-822X NRSA63D-511X NRSA63J-332X NRSA63J-152X NRSA63J-103X NRSA63J-103X NRSA63J-103X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-561X NRSA63J-103X NRSA63J-103X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-103X NRSA63J-391X NRSA63J-222X NRSA63J-562X NRSA63J-562X NRSA63J-102X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-122X NRSA63J-103X NRSA63J-122X NRSA63J-182X NRSA63J-182X NRSA63J-182X NRSA63J-182X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-103X NRSA63J-103X NRSA63J-150X NRSA63J-150X NRSA63J-102X NRSA63J-103X NRSA63J-103X NRSA63J-103X NRSA63J-103X NRSA63J-103X NRSA63J-103X NRSA63J-103X NRSA63J-103X

Part Name MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR

Description 1k 1/16W J 330 1/16W J 150 1/16W J 0 1/16W J 150 1/16W J 1k 1/16W J 220 1/16W J 680 1/16W J 820 1/16W J 100 1/16W J 1k 1/16W J 1k 1/16W J 1.2k 1/16W J 330 1/16W J 150 1/16W J 0 1/16W J 27k 1/16W J 4.7k 1/16W J 1k 1/16W J 750 1/16W J 2.2k 1/16W J 1k 1/16W J 100 1/16W J 1k 1/16W J 1k 1/16W J 470 1/16W J 330 1/16W J 330 1/16W J 0 1/16W J 27k 1/16W J 1k 1/16W J 1k 1/16W J 2.7k 1/16W J 2k 1/16W J 0 1/16W J 18k 1/16W J 1k 1/16W J 8.2k 1/16W D 510 1/16W D 3.3k 1/16W J 1.5k 1/16W J 10k 1/16W J 10k 1/16W J 10k 1/16W J 0 1/16W J 560 1/16W J 10k 1/16W J 10k 1/16W J 0 1/16W J 10k 1/16W J 390 1/16W J 2.2k 1/16W J 5.6k 1/16W J 5.6k 1/16W J 1k 1/16W J 0 1/16W J 1.2k 1/16W J 10k 1/16W J 1.2k 1/16W J 1.8k 1/16W J 1.8k 1/16W J 1.8k 1/16W J 1.8k 1/16W J 0 1/16W J 0 1/16W J 10k 1/16W J 10k 1/16W J 15 1/16W J 15 1/16W J 1k 1/16W J 10k 1/16W J 10k 1/16W J 10k 1/16W J 10k 1/16W J 10k 1/16W J 10k 1/16W J 10k 1/16W J 10k 1/16W J

Local

3-22(No.82933)

Symbol No. R1321 R1322 R1323 R1324 R1325 R1326 R1327 R1328 R1329 R1330 R1331 R1332 R1340 R1341 R1342 R1343 R1346 R1349 R1350 R1503 R1505 R1508 R1509 R1510 R1511 R1512 R1513 R1517 R7201 R7202 R7203 R7204 R7205 R7206 R7207 R7208 R7209 R7210 R7211 R7212 R7213 R7214 R7215 R7216 R7217 R7218 RA1 RA2 RA3 RA4 RA203 RA204 RA205 RA206 RA213 RA214 RA215 RA501 RA502 RA509 RA510 RA513 RA514 RA517 RA518 RA519 RA520 RA521 RA522 RA523 RA524 RA701 RA702 RA703 RA704 RA705 RA706 RA707

Part No. NRSA63J-472X NRSA63J-472X NRSA63J-103X NRSA63J-103X NRSA63J-103X NRSA63J-103X NRSA63J-472X NRSA63J-472X NRSA63J-221X NRSA63J-221X NRSA63J-151X NRSA63J-470X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-104X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-103X NRSA63J-103X NRSA63J-103X NRSA63J-472X NRSA63J-103X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-103X NRSA63J-103X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-101X NRSA63J-101X NRSA63J-222X NRSA63J-223X NRSA63J-182X NRSA63J-562X NRSA63J-560X NRSA63J-182X NRSA63J-271X NRSA63J-681X NRSA63J-561X NRSA63J-471X NRSA63J-471X NRSA63J-101X NRSA63J-331X NRSA63J-103X NRSA63J-391X NRSA63J-102X NRZ0040-103X NRZ0040-103X NRZ0040-103X NRZ0040-103X NRZ0040-0R0X NRZ0040-0R0X NRZ0040-0R0X NRZ0040-0R0X NRZ0040-0R0X NRZ0040-103X NRZ0040-103X NRZ0040-0R0X NRZ0040-0R0X NRZ0040-0R0X NRZ0040-0R0X NRZ0040-0R0X NRZ0040-0R0X NRZ0040-0R0X NRZ0040-0R0X NRZ0040-0R0X NRZ0040-0R0X NRZ0040-0R0X NRZ0040-0R0X NRZ0040-103X NRZ0040-103X NRZ0040-0R0X NRZ0040-0R0X NRZ0040-0R0X NRZ0040-0R0X NRZ0040-0R0X NRZ0040-0R0X NRZ0040-0R0X

Part Name MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR NET RESISTOR NET RESISTOR NET RESISTOR NET RESISTOR NET RESISTOR NET RESISTOR NET RESISTOR NET RESISTOR NET RESISTOR NET RESISTOR NET RESISTOR NET RESISTOR NET RESISTOR NET RESISTOR NET RESISTOR NET RESISTOR NET RESISTOR NET RESISTOR NET RESISTOR NET RESISTOR NET RESISTOR NET RESISTOR NET RESISTOR NET RESISTOR NET RESISTOR NET RESISTOR NET RESISTOR NET RESISTOR NET RESISTOR NET RESISTOR NET RESISTOR NET RESISTOR

Description 4.7k 1/16W J 4.7k 1/16W J 10k 1/16W J 10k 1/16W J 10k 1/16W J 10k 1/16W J 4.7k 1/16W J 4.7k 1/16W J 220 1/16W J 220 1/16W J 150 1/16W J 47 1/16W J 0 1/16W J 100k 1/16W J 0 1/16W J 0 1/16W J 10k 1/16W J 10k 1/16W J 10k 1/16W J 4.7k 1/16W J 10k 1/16W J 0 1/16W J 0 1/16W J 0 1/16W J 10k 1/16W J 10k 1/16W J 0 1/16W J 0 1/16W J 100 1/16W J 100 1/16W J 2.2k 1/16W J 22k 1/16W J 1.8k 1/16W J 5.6k 1/16W J 56 1/16W J 1.8k 1/16W J 270 1/16W J 680 1/16W J 560 1/16W J 470 1/16W J 470 1/16W J 100 1/16W J 330 1/16W J 10k 1/16W J 390 1/16W J 1k 1/16W J 10k 1/16W J x4 10k 1/16W J x4 10k 1/16W J x4 10k 1/16W J x4 0 1/16W J x4 0 1/16W J x4 0 1/16W J x4 0 1/16W J x4 0 1/16W J x4 10k 1/16W J x4 10k 1/16W J x4 0 1/16W J x4 0 1/16W J x4 0 1/16W J x4 0 1/16W J x4 0 1/16W J x4 0 1/16W J x4 0 1/16W J x4 0 1/16W J x4 0 1/16W J x4 0 1/16W J x4 0 1/16W J x4 0 1/16W J x4 10k 1/16W J x4 10k 1/16W J x4 0 1/16W J x4 0 1/16W J x4 0 1/16W J x4 0 1/16W J x4 0 1/16W J x4 0 1/16W J x4 0 1/16W J x4

Local

Symbol No. RA708 RA713 RA714 RA715 RA717 RA718 RA719 RA720 RA721 RA722 RA723 RA724 RA725 RA726 RA727 RA728 RA729 RA730 RA731 RA732 RA733 RA734 RA735 RA801 RA802 RA803 RA804 RA901 RA902 RA1001 RA1002 RA1003 RA1004 RA1005 RA1006 RA1007 RA1008 RA1009 RA1010 RA1011 RA1012 RA1013 RA1014 RA1015 RA1016 RA1503 RA1504 L201 L202 L401 L402 L403 L404 L405 L406 L407 L408 L409 L411 L412 L414 L501 L901 L902 L903 L1001 L1002 L1101 L1109 L1110 L1111 L1112 L1113 L1117 L1301 L1302 L1303

Part No. NRZ0040-0R0X NRZ0040-101X NRZ0040-101X NRZ0040-101X NRZ0040-101X NRZ0040-101X NRZ0040-101X NRZ0040-101X NRZ0040-101X NRZ0040-101X NRZ0040-101X NRZ0040-101X NRZ0040-101X NRZ0040-101X NRZ0040-101X NRZ0040-101X NRZ0040-101X NRZ0040-101X NRZ0040-101X NRZ0040-101X NRZ0040-101X NRZ0040-101X NRZ0040-101X NRZ0040-103X NRZ0040-103X NRZ0040-103X NRZ0040-103X NRZ0040-103X NRZ0040-103X NRZ0040-0R0X NRZ0040-0R0X NRZ0040-0R0X NRZ0040-0R0X NRZ0040-0R0X NRZ0040-0R0X NRZ0040-0R0X NRZ0040-0R0X NRZ0040-0R0X NRZ0040-0R0X NRZ0040-0R0X NRZ0040-0R0X NRZ0040-103X NRZ0040-103X NRZ0040-103X NRZ0040-103X NRZ0040-0R0X NRZ0040-0R0X NQL144K-100X NQL144K-100X NQL144K-100X NQL144K-100X NQL024J-150X NQL144K-100X NQL144K-100X NQL144K-100X NQL024J-150X NQL144K-100X NQL144K-100X NQL144K-100X NQL144K-100X NQL144K-100X NQL144K-100X NQL144K-100X NQR0444-001X NQR0444-001X NQL144K-100X NQL144K-100X NQL144K-100X NQL024J-150X NQL024J-220X NQL024J-330X NQL144K-100X NQL024J-330X NQL024J-330X NQL144K-100X NQL144K-100X NQL144K-100X

Part Name NET RESISTOR NET RESISTOR NET RESISTOR NET RESISTOR NET RESISTOR NET RESISTOR NET RESISTOR NET RESISTOR NET RESISTOR NET RESISTOR NET RESISTOR NET RESISTOR NET RESISTOR NET RESISTOR NET RESISTOR NET RESISTOR NET RESISTOR NET RESISTOR NET RESISTOR NET RESISTOR NET RESISTOR NET RESISTOR NET RESISTOR NET RESISTOR NET RESISTOR NET RESISTOR NET RESISTOR NET RESISTOR NET RESISTOR NET RESISTOR NET RESISTOR NET RESISTOR NET RESISTOR NET RESISTOR NET RESISTOR NET RESISTOR NET RESISTOR NET RESISTOR NET RESISTOR NET RESISTOR NET RESISTOR NET RESISTOR NET RESISTOR NET RESISTOR NET RESISTOR NET RESISTOR NET RESISTOR P COIL P COIL P COIL P COIL P COIL P COIL P COIL P COIL P COIL P COIL P COIL P COIL P COIL P COIL P COIL P COIL CHOKE COIL CHOKE COIL P COIL P COIL P COIL P COIL P COIL P COIL P COIL P COIL P COIL P COIL P COIL P COIL

Description 0 1/16W J x4 100 1/16W J x4 100 1/16W J x4 100 1/16W J x4 100 1/16W J x4 100 1/16W J x4 100 1/16W J x4 100 1/16W J x4 100 1/16W J x4 100 1/16W J x4 100 1/16W J x4 100 1/16W J x4 100 1/16W J x4 100 1/16W J x4 100 1/16W J x4 100 1/16W J x4 100 1/16W J x4 100 1/16W J x4 100 1/16W J x4 100 1/16W J x4 100 1/16W J x4 100 1/16W J x4 100 1/16W J x4 10k 1/16W J x4 10k 1/16W J x4 10k 1/16W J x4 10k 1/16W J x4 10k 1/16W J x4 10k 1/16W J x4 0 1/16W J x4 0 1/16W J x4 0 1/16W J x4 0 1/16W J x4 0 1/16W J x4 0 1/16W J x4 0 1/16W J x4 0 1/16W J x4 0 1/16W J x4 0 1/16W J x4 0 1/16W J x4 0 1/16W J x4 10k 1/16W J x4 10k 1/16W J x4 10k 1/16W J x4 10k 1/16W J x4 0 1/16W J x4 0 1/16W J x4 10uH K 10uH K 10uH K 10uH K 15uH J 10uH K 10uH K 10uH K 15uH J 10uH K 10uH K 10uH K 10uH K 10uH K 10uH K 10uH K 10uH K 10uH K 10uH K 15uH J 22uH J 33uH J 10uH K 33uH J 33uH J 10uH K 10uH K 10uH K

Local

(No.82933)3-23

Symbol No.

Part No.

Part Name

Description

Local

Symbol No. K1001 K1501 K1502 LC1 LC2 LC3 LC4 LC5 LC6 LC7 LC8 OT1 OT2 OT3 OT4 SD1 SD2 SD3 X1 X201 X202 X901

Part No. PELN0984-150Y PELN0984-150Y NQR0129-002X PELN1148-223X PELN1148-223X PELN1148-223X PELN1148-223X PELN1148-223X PELN1148-223X PELN1148-223X PELN1148-223X LP40728-001A LP40927-001A QYTDST3006Z LP40983-001A LP21115-001B LP20972-001A LP21116-001A NAX0530-001X NAX0510-001X 100221-00 NAX0509-001X

Part Name NOISE FILTER NOISE FILTER FERRITE BEADS NOISE FILTER NOISE FILTER NOISE FILTER NOISE FILTER NOISE FILTER NOISE FILTER NOISE FILTER NOISE FILTER SHEET(DIGITAL) THERMAL SHEET TAP SCREW SHIELD TIGHT S.FRAME(D-VHS) S.COVER(D-VHS) S.COVER(D-VHS) CRYSTAL CRYSTAL CRYSTAL CRYSTAL

Description

Local

B7 B8 B9 B10 B11 B201 B202 B203 B204 B205 B207 B208 B214 B219 B221 B401 B402 B501 B502 B1001 B1002 B1004 B1005 B1006 B1007 B1506 CN401 CN402 CN8001 CN8002 CN8003 CN8004 CN8005 CN9001 CN9301 ET1 FL401 FL402 FL1101 FL1102 FL1103 J901 J902 K1 K2 K3 K4 K5 K201 K202 K203 K204 K205 K206 K207 K208 K209 K210 K211 K214 K501 K502 K503 K504 K506 K507 K508 K509 K510 K511 K512 K702 K703 K802 K804 K902 K903

NRSA63J-103X NRSA63J-103X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-103X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-0R0X QGA2001F2-04V QGA2001F2-04V QGA2001F2-04V QGA2001F2-12V QGF1016F2-16W QGF1016F2-05W QGF1016F2-05W QGF1016F2-07W QGF1224F1-16X PQ44695-1-1 NQR0336-001X NQR0336-001X NQR0393-001X NQR0393-001X NQR0393-001X QNZ0486-001 QNZ0486-001 PELN0984-150Y PELN0984-150Y PELN0984-150Y NQR0129-002X NQR0129-002X PELN0984-150Y PELN0984-150Y NQR0129-002X NQR0129-002X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-0R0X PELN0984-150Y NRSA63J-0R0X NQR0129-002X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-0R0X NQR0129-002X NQR0339-001X NRSA02J-0R0X NQR0129-002X NQR0129-002X PELN0984-150Y NQR0129-002X NRSA02J-0R0X NRSA02J-0R0X NQR0129-002X NQR0129-002X PELN0984-150Y NRSA63J-0R0X

MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR CONNECTOR CONNECTOR CONNECTOR CONNECTOR CONNECTOR CONNECTOR CONNECTOR CONNECTOR CONNECTOR EARTH PLATE LPF LPF LPF LPF LPF D CONNECTOR D CONNECTOR NOISE FILTER NOISE FILTER NOISE FILTER FERRITE BEADS FERRITE BEADS NOISE FILTER NOISE FILTER FERRITE BEADS FERRITE BEADS MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR NOISE FILTER MG RESISTOR FERRITE BEADS MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR FERRITE BEADS FERRITE BEADS MG RESISTOR FERRITE BEADS FERRITE BEADS NOISE FILTER FERRITE BEADS MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR FERRITE BEADS FERRITE BEADS NOISE FILTER MG RESISTOR

10k 1/16W J 10k 1/16W J 0 1/16W J 0 1/16W J 0 1/16W J 0 1/16W J 0 1/16W J 0 1/16W J 0 1/16W J 0 1/16W J 0 1/16W J 0 1/16W J 10k 1/16W J 0 1/16W J 0 1/16W J 0 1/16W J 0 1/16W J 0 1/16W J 0 1/16W J 0 1/16W J 0 1/16W J 0 1/16W J 0 1/16W J 0 1/16W J 0 1/16W J 0 1/16W J W-B (1-4) W-B (1-4) W-B (1-4) W-B (1-12) FFC/FPC (1-16) FFC/FPC (1-5) FFC/FPC (1-5) FFC/FPC (1-7) FFC/FPC (1-16) (x2)

(x3) 3mm x 6mm(x2) (x3)

13.500000MHz 19.138560MHz 13.500000MHz 24.576000MHz

TERMINAL SUB BOARD ASSEMBLY <52>


Symbol No. PW1 R7137 R7138 R7139 CN7104 J7127 J7128 OT1 OT2 TB1 Part No. LPA10176-01A4 QRE141J-750Y QRE141J-750Y QRE141J-750Y QGF1207F1-09 QNN0363-003 PEMC1190 QYTDSF3010Z PU59311 LP31132-001B Part Name Description Local

TERMINAL SUB BOARD ASSY C RESISTOR C RESISTOR C RESISTOR 75 1/4W J 75 1/4W J 75 1/4W J

CONNECTOR FFC/FPC (1-9) PIN JACK COMPONENT VIDEO OUT MINI JACK JLIP TAP SCREW 3mm x 10mm(x4) WIRE CLAMP TERMINAL BOARD ASSY

LOADING MOTOR BOARD ASSEMBLY <55>


Symbol No. PW1 Part No. LPA10010-01A2 Part Name Description Local

LOADING MOTOR BOARD ASSY

0 1/16W J 0 1/16W J 0 1/16W J 0 1/16W J 0 1/16W J 0 1/16W J 0 1/16W J 0 1/16W J 0 1/16W J 0 1/16W J 0 1/10W J

0 1/10W J 0 1/10W J

0 1/16W J

3-24(No.82933)

D-VHS DIGITAL RECORDER

HM-DH40000U

MTP NTSC

REMOTE CODE

POWER
A/B/C/D TV/VCR

VCR CABLE TV /DBS

PROGRAM

PROG.CHECK

TIMER

START

STOP

DATE

TV/VCR CH

.,?

ABC

DEF

REC LINK

SUBTITLE
GHI JKL MNO

REC SPEED

DBS
PQRS

DAILY
TUV

WEEKLY
WXYZ

ENTER

C. RESET CANCEL

AUX

SKIP SEARCH

PLAY
REW

FF

STOP
REC

PAUSE

MENU

TV VOL
NAVI

BACK K

ENTER
OSD

A . MO

NITOR

DI S PLAY

INSTRUCTIONS

For Customer Use: Enter below the Model No. and Serial No. which are located on the rear of cabinet. Retain this information for future reference. Model No. Serial No.

LPT0698-001A

2 EN
Dear Customer,
Thank you for purchasing the JVC D-VHS video cassette recorder. Before use, please read the safety information and precautions contained in the following pages to ensure safe use of your new VCR.

CAUTIONS
CAUTION
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK DO NOT OPEN

NOTE:
Change or modifications not approved by the party responsible for compliance could void the user's authority to operate the equipment. This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures: Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna. Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver. Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected. Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help. When the equipment is installed in a cabinet or a shelf, make sure that it has sufficient space on all sides to allow for ventilation (10 cm or more on both sides, on top and at the rear.) When discarding batteries, environmental problems must be considered and the local rules or laws governing the disposal of these batteries must be followed strictly. VCR Plus+, C3 and PlusCode are registered trademarks of Gemstar Development Corporation. The VCR Plus+ system is manufactured under license from Gemstar Development Corporation. DSSTM is an official trademark of DIRECTV, Inc., a unit of GM Hughes Electronics. DISH NetworkTM is a trademark of Echostar Communications Corporation. D-Theater is a technical specification based on D-VHS standards that was developed for HD content. Commercial D-Theater titles can only be played back on D-VHS digital recorders bearing the D-Theater logo.
MTP NTSC

CAUTION:

TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK. DO NOT REMOVE COVER (OR BACK). NO USER-SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE. REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL.
The lightning flash with arrowhead symbol, within an equilateral triangle, is intended to alert the user to the presence of uninsulated "dangerous voltage" within the product's enclosure that may be of sufficient magnitude to constitute a risk of electric shock to persons. The exclamation point within an equilateral triangle is intended to alert the user to the presence of important operating and maintenance (servicing) instructions in the literature accompanying the appliance.

WARNING:
TO PREVENT FIRE OR SHOCK HAZARD, DO NOT EXPOSE THIS UNIT TO RAIN OR MOISTURE.
CAUTION:
This video cassette recorder should be used with AC 120V`, 60Hz only. To prevent electric shocks and fire hazards, DO NOT use any other power source.

CAUTION:
TO PREVENT ELECTRIC SHOCK, MATCH WIDE BLADE OF PLUG TO WIDE SLOT, FULLY INSERT.

ATTENTION:
POUR VITER LES CHOCS LECTRIQUES, INTRODUIRE LA LAME LA PLUS LARGE DE LA FICHE DANS LA BORNE CORRESPONDANTE DE LA PRISE ET POUSSER JUSQU'AU FOND.

Note to CATV system installer:


This reminder is provided to call the CATV system installers attention to Article 820-40 of the NEC that provides guidelines for proper grounding and, in particular, specifies that the cable ground shall be connected to the grounding system of the building, as close to the point of cable entry as practical.

Cassettes marked "D-VHS", "S-VHS" and "VHS" can be used with this video cassette recorder. However, D-VHS recordings are possible only with cassettes marked "D-VHS". By using S-VHS ET it is possible to record and play back with S-VHS picture quality on VHS cassettes with this VCR. D-VHS is a new digital memory system that uses D-VHS tapes. D-VHS was developed as a memory system for multimedia applications that require storage for large volumes of information, such as for digital video. Manufactured under license from Dolby Laboratories. "Dolby", "Pro Logic", and the double-D symbol are trademarks of Dolby Laboratories. Confidential unpublished works. Copyright 1992-1997 Dolby Laboratories. All rights reserved.

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IMPORTANT PRODUCT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS


Electrical energy can perform many useful functions. But improper use can result in potential electrical shock or fire hazards. This product has been engineered and manufactured to assure your personal safety. In order not to defeat the built-in safeguards, observe the following basic rules for its installation, use and servicing.

5. Ventilation
Slots and openings in the cabinet are provided for ventilation. To ensure reliable operation of the product and to protect it from overheating, these openings must not be blocked or covered. Do not block the openings by placing the product on a bed, sofa, rug or other similar surface. Do not place the product in a built-in installation such as a bookcase or rack unless proper ventilation is provided or the manufacturers instructions have been adhered to.

6. Wall or Ceiling Mounting


The product should be mounted to a wall or ceiling only as recommended by the manufacturer.

ATTENTION:
Follow and obey all warnings and instructions marked on your product and its operating instructions. For your safety, please read all the safety and operating instructions before you operate this product and keep this booklet for future reference.

ANTENNA INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS


1. Outdoor Antenna Grounding

INSTALLATION
1. Grounding or Polarization
(A) Your product may be equipped with a polarized alternatingcurrent line plug (a plug having one blade wider than the other). This plug will fit into the power outlet only one way. This is a safety feature. If you are unable to insert the plug fully into the outlet, try reversing the plug. If the plug should still fail to fit, contact your electrician to replace your obsolete outlet. Do not defeat the safety purpose of the polarized plug. (B) Your product may be equipped with a 3-wire grounding-type plug, a plug having a third (grounding) pin. This plug will only fit into a grounding-type power outlet. This is a safety feature. If you are unable to insert the plug into the outlet, contact your electrician to replace your obsolete outlet. Do not defeat the safety purpose of the grounding-type plug.

If an outside antenna or cable system is connected to the product, be sure the antenna or cable system is grounded so as to provide some protection against voltage surges and built-up static charges. Article 810 of the National Electrical Code, ANSI/NFPA 70, provides information with regard to proper grounding of the mast and supporting structure, grounding of the lead-in wire to an antenna discharge unit, size of grounding connectors, location of antenna discharge unit, connection to grounding electrodes, and requirements for the grounding electrode.

2. Lightning
For added protection for this product during a lightning storm, or when it is left unattended and unused for long periods of time, unplug it from the wall outlet and disconnect the antenna or cable system. This will prevent damage to the product due to lightning and power-line surges.

2. Power Sources
Operate your product only from the type of power source indicated on the marking label. If you are not sure of the type of power supply to your home, consult your product dealer or local power company. If your product is intended to operate from battery power, or other sources, refer to the operating instructions.

3. Power Lines
An outside antenna system should not be located in the vicinity of overhead power lines or other electric light or power circuits, or where it can fall into such power lines or circuits. When installing an outside antenna system, extreme care should be taken to keep from touching such power lines or circuits as contact with them might be fatal.

3. Overloading
Do not overload wall outlets, extension cords, or integral convenience receptacles as this can result in a risk of fire or electric shock.

EXAMPLE OF ANTENNA GROUNDING AS PER NATIONAL ELECTRICAL CODE, ANSI/NFPA 70

4. Power Cord Protection


Power supply cords should be routed so that they are not likely to be walked on or pinched by items placed upon or against them, paying particular attention to cords at plugs, convenience receptacles, and the point where they exit from the product.
GROUND CLAMP

ANTENNA LEAD IN WIRE

ELECTRIC SERVICE EQUIPMENT

ANTENNA DISCHARGE UNIT (NEC SECTION 810-20) GROUNDING CONDUCTORS (NEC SECTION 810-21) GROUND CLAMPS

POWER SERVICE GROUNDING ELECTRODE SYSTEM (NEC ART 250. PART H) NEC NATIONAL ELECTRICAL CODE

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USE
1. Accessories
To avoid personal injury: Do not place this product on an unstable cart, stand, tripod, bracket, or table. It may fall, causing serious injury to a child or adult, and serious damage to the product. Use only with a cart, stand, tripod, bracket, or table recommended by the manufacturer or sold with the product. Use a mounting accessory recommended by the manufacturer and follow the manufacturers instructions for any mounting of the product. Do not try to roll a cart with small casters across thresholds or deep-pile carpets.

SERVICING
1. Servicing
If your product is not operating correctly or exhibits a marked change in performance and you are unable to restore normal operation by following the detailed procedure in its operating instructions, do not attempt to service it yourself as opening or removing covers may expose you to dangerous voltage or other hazards. Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel.

2. Damage Requiring Service


Unplug this product from the wall outlet and refer servicing to qualified service personnel under the following conditions: a. When the power supply cord or plug is damaged. b.If liquid has been spilled, or objects have fallen into the product. c. If the product has been exposed to rain or water. d.If the product does not operate normally by following the operating instructions. Adjust only those controls that are covered by the operating instructions as an improper adjustment of other controls may result in damage and will often require extensive work by a qualified technician to restore the product to its normal operation. e. If the product has been dropped or damaged in any way. f. When the product exhibits a distinct change in performancethis indicates a need for service.

2. Product and Cart Combination


A product and cart combination should be moved with care. Quick stops, excessive force, and uneven surfaces may cause the product and cart combination to overturn.
PORTABLE CART WARNING (Symbol provided by RETAC)

3. Water and Moisture


Do not use this product near waterfor example, near a bath tub, wash bowl, kitchen sink or laundry tub, in a wet basement, or near a swimming pool and the like.

3. Replacement Parts
When replacement parts are required, be sure the service technician has used replacement parts specified by the manufacturer or which have the same characteristics as the original part. Unauthorized substitutions may result in fire, electric shock or other hazards.

4. Object and Liquid Entry


Never push objects of any kind into this product through openings as they may touch dangerous voltage points or shortout parts that could result in a fire or electric shock. Never spill liquid of any kind on the product.

4. Safety Check
Upon completion of any service or repairs to this product, ask the service technician to perform safety checks to determine that the product is in safe operating condition.

5. Attachments
Do not use attachments not recommended by the manufacturer of this product as they may cause hazards.

HOW TO USE THIS INSTRUCTION MANUAL


The Index on pages 79 86 lists frequently-used terms, and the number of the page on which they are used or explained in the manual. This section also illustrates the controls and connections on the front and rear panel, the front display panel and the Remote. The mark signals a reference to another page for instructions or related information. Operation buttons necessary for the various procedures are clearly indicated through the use of illustrations at the beginning of each major section.

6. Cleaning
Unplug this product from the wall outlet before cleaning. Do not use liquid cleaners or aerosol cleaners. Use a damp cloth for cleaning.

7. Heat
The product should be situated away from heat sources such as radiators, heat registers, stoves, or other products (including amplifiers) that produce heat.

BEFORE YOU INSTALL YOUR NEW VCR . . .


. . . please read the sections/literature listed below.
CAUTIONS on page 2. IMPORTANT PRODUCT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS on the previous page.

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Failure to heed the following precautions may result in damage to the VCR, Remote or video cassette. 1. DO NOT place the VCR in an environment prone to extreme temperatures or humidity. in direct sunlight. in a dusty environment. in an environment where strong magnetic fields are generated. on a surface that is unstable or subject to vibration. 2. DO NOT block the VCRs ventilation openings or holes. (If the ventilation openings or holes are blocked by a newspaper or cloth, etc., the heat may not be able to get out.) 3. DO NOT place heavy objects on the VCR or Remote. 4. DO NOT place anything which might spill on top of the VCR or Remote. (If water or liquid is allowed to enter this equipment, fire or electric shock may be caused.) 5. DO NOT expose the apparatus to dripping or splashing. 6. DO NOT use this equipment in a bathroom or places with water. Also DO NOT place any containers filled with water or liquids (such as cosmetics or medicines, flower vases, potted plants, cups, etc.) on top of this unit. 7. DO NOT place any naked flame sources, such as lighted candles, on the apparatus. 8. AVOID violent shocks to the VCR during transport.

ABOUT HEAD CLEANING


After an extended period of use, the video heads can become dirty, resulting in a loss of picture or sound during playback. If this happens, clean the video heads by using the optional cleaning tapes. The heads get dirty in the following cases: in an environment prone to extreme temperature or humidity in a dusty environment flaw, dirt or mold on video tapes continuous usage for a long time
Symptoms of dirty video heads: The picture is not clear, or does not appear. There is no sound. Mosaic (block) noise appears in the picture. Black or mosaic horizontal stripes appear in the picture. The picture stops (as if the tape is paused). A blank black or blue screen appears. The picture is fuzzy. (VHS playback) VHS playback

Early symptom D-VHS playback

Late symptom

Block noise

Still image

Black screen

Use a cleaning tape designed specifically for D-VHS video heads (JVC D-VHS video head cleaner DFC-2) to clean the video heads. In order to avoid misoperation, set "NAVIGATION" to "OFF" ( pg. 43). Follow the instructions that are provided with the cleaning tape. If you still do not get a clear picture after using a cleaning tape: The heads may be worn. Contact your nearest JVC dealer. During VHS playback, if there is a tracking problem, the picture may appear fuzzy. Adjust the tracking manually (

pg. 23).

ATTENTION:
To mobile phone users: Using a mobile phone in the vicinity of the VCR may cause picture vibration on the TV screen or change the screen to a blue back display. On placing the VCR: Some TVs or other appliances generates strong magnetic fields. Do not place such appliance on top of the VCR as it may cause picture disturbance.

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INSTALLING YOUR NEW VCR INITIAL SETTINGS 7 9 TIMER RECORDING
Connections .................................................. 7 Plug & Play Setting ....................................... 9 Auto Clock Set/Auto Tuner Set ................................... 9 Clock Setting ............................................... 10 Preparations ............................................................. 10 Setting clock semiautomatically Semiauto Clock Set .......................................... 11 Setting clock manually Manual Clock Set ........... 12 Tuner Setting .............................................. 13 Setting channels automatically Auto Channel Set ............................................. 13 Setting channels manually Manual Channel Set ........................................ 14 Cable Box Control Setting ........................... 15 Installing Controller ................................................. 15 Setting cable box input channel & brand ................. 16 DBS Receiver Control Setting ....................... 18 Installing Controller ................................................. 18 Setting DBS receiver input channel & brand ............ 19

CONTENTS
34
VCR Plus+ Timer Programing ..................... 34 Changing VCR Plus+ Setting ........................ 36 Express Timer Programing .......................... 38 Checking program settings ....................................... 40 Canceling or changing program settings .................. 40

VIDEO NAVIGATION

42

BASIC PLAYBACK AND RECORDING

21

Navigation Playback .................................. 42 Deactivating Video Navigation ................................ 43 Finding Tapes ............................................. 44 Finding by tape number ........................................... 44 Finding by program title ........................................... 45 Finding by category ................................................. 45 Finding by recording date ........................................ 46 Finding blank space ................................................. 47 Editing Titles ............................................... 48 Editing tape title ....................................................... 48 Entering or Editing program title ............................... 50 Editing program category ......................................... 50 Deleting tape information ........................................ 51 Deleting program information .................................. 52 Checking memory ................................................... 52

Basic Playback ........................................... 21 Basic Playback Features ............................. 22 Checking tape position ............................................ 22 Playing back tape repeatedly Repeat Playback .... 22 Adjusting tracking condition Tracking Adjustments ....................................... 23 Selecting monitor sound Audio Monitor .............. 23 Automatic operations after rewinding Next Function Memory .................................... 24 Locating beginning of recordings Index Search ... 24 Skipping unwanted portions Skip Search ............. 24 Basic Recording .......................................... 26 D-VHS Recording .................................................... 26 S-VHS/VHS Recording ............................................. 27 Basic Recording Features ............................ 28 Changing display information .................................. 28 Specifying recording length Instant Timer Recording (ITR) ........................... 28 Watching one program while recording another ...... 29 Showing on-screen display ...................................... 29

OTHER USEFUL FUNCTIONS

53

Useful Function Settings .............................. 53 i.LINK Set Up .............................................. 60 Satellite Auto Recording .............................. 62 JLIP ID Number Setting ............................... 63

EDITING

64

i.LINK/DV Connections ................................ 64 S-VIDEO/VIDEO Connections ....................... 66

MULTI-BRAND REMOTE CONTROL

68

TV Brand Setting ......................................... 68 Cable Box Brand Setting ............................. 69 DBS Receiver Brand Setting ......................... 70 Changing Remote Control Code ................... 71

TROUBLESHOOTING

72

Error Codes and Messages ....................................... 78 Questions and answers ............................................ 79

INDEX

80

SPECIAL EFFECT PLAYBACK

31

Special Effect Playback ............................... 31 Locating particular scene rapidly Picture Search .................................................. 31 7 High-Speed Picture Search ............................... 31 7 Variable-Speed Picture Search .......................... 31 Viewing still picture Still Picture Playback ........... 32 Viewing still picture frame by frame Frame-by-Frame Playback ............................... 32 Viewing slow motion picture Slow Motion Playback ..................................... 33

Glossary .................................................................. 80 List of terms ............................................................. 81 Front panel ..............................................................82 Rear panel ...............................................................83 Front display panel ..................................................84 On-screen display .................................................... 85 Remote ....................................................................86

SPECIFICATIONS FOR SERVICING (Only in U.S.A.) WARRANTY (Only in U.S.A.)

87 88 89

INSTALLING YOUR NEW VCR

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Connections
Antenna or Cable ANTENNA IN (Antenna or cable input) Coaxial Cable Flat Feeder Matching Transformer (not supplied)

Basic Connection

1 Check contents

Make sure the package contains all of the accessories listed in SPECIFICATIONS ( pg. 87).

2 Situate VCR 3 Connect VCR to TV

Place the VCR on a stable, horizontal surface.

AC Outlet AC Power Cord

COMPONENT VIDEO OUT


Y PB/CB PR/CR

VHF/UHF
ANTENNA

IN

OUT
S VIDEO

IN
IN(L-1)
S VIDEO

i.LINK IN/OUT DV IN S400


ANTENNA

CABLE BOX REMOTE PAUSE/ AV COMPULINK


R AUDIO L

VIDEO

R AUDIO L

OUT
VIDEO

DIGITAL OUT OPTICAL PCM/DOLBY DIGITAL

IN(L-2)

D THEATER REGION 1

The following connections are required. 1 Disconnect the TV antenna from the TV. 2 Connect the TV antenna cable to the ANTENNA IN terminal on the rear of the VCR. 3 Connect the supplied RF cable between the ANTENNA OUT terminal on the rear of the VCR and the TVs antenna input terminal. 4 Connect an audio/video cable between the AUDIO/VIDEO OUT connectors on the rear of the VCR and the audio/video input connectors on the TV. S-VIDEO Connection
If you have a TV with S-VIDEO input terminals, see S-VIDEO Connection on page 8.

Back of VCR AUDIO OUT Audio Cable (supplied) To Audio Input Connectors To Video Input Connectors RF Cable (supplied) To 75 terminal TV VIDEO OUT ANTENNA OUT

Component Video Connection


If you have a TV with component video input terminals, see Component Video Connection on page 8.

Video Cable (not supplied)

4 Connect VCR to power source

Connect the AC power plug to the AC outlet. The clock and tuner channels will automatically be set when the antenna is connected and when the AC power cord is first connected to an AC power outlet ( pg. 9). (If Auto or channel numbers are displayed on the front display panel before the VCR is turned on, the clock and tuner channels are being set automatically. Wait until the clock time is displayed on the front display panel before turning on the VCR.)

5 Final preparation for use


Turn on the VCR. You can now perform basic playback ( pg. 21) or basic recording ( pg. 26).

NOTES:

Your TV must have audio/video input connector for the connection to the VCR. Even if you are using audio/video cables to connect your VCR to your TV, you must also connect it using the RF cable. This will ensure that you can record one show while watching another ( pg. 29). For full identification of the VCRs rear panel, refer to the Index ( pg. 83). If you cannot see the pictures on the TV screen when you play back a tape, set TV OUTPUT 1 to the appropriate mode ( pg. 56).

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S-VIDEO Connection
CONNECT VCR TO TV a Connect both the RF cable and the AV cables to the TV as explained in step 3 of Basic Connection ( pg. 7). b Connect the S-Video cable between the S VIDEO OUT terminal on the rear of the VCR and the S-VIDEO input connector on the TV.

INSTALLING YOUR NEW VCR (cont.)

Component Video Connection


CONNECT VCR TO TV a Connect both the RF cable and the AV cables to the TV as explained in step 3 of Basic Connection ( pg. 7). b Connect the component video cable between the Component video output terminals on the rear of the VCR and the component video input terminals on the TV.

Antenna or Cable ANTENNA IN (Antenna or cable input) Coaxial Cable Flat Feeder Matching Transformer (not supplied) S VIDEO OUT

Antenna or Cable ANTENNA IN (Antenna or cable input) Coaxial Cable Flat Feeder Matching Transformer (not supplied) Component Video Output

AC Outlet AC Power Cord

AC Outlet AC Power Cord


COMPONENT VIDEO OUT

VHF/UHF
ANTENNA

PB/CB

PR/CR

IN
Y PB/CB PR/CR

COMPONENT VIDEO OUT

VHF/UHF
ANTENNA

IN
i.LINK IN/OUT DV IN S400
ANTENNA

OUT
S VIDEO

IN
IN(L-1)
S VIDEO

i.LINK IN/OUT DV IN S400


ANTENNA

OUT
S VIDEO

IN
IN(L-1)
S VIDEO

CABLE BOX REMOTE PAUSE/ AV COMPULINK


R AUDIO L

VIDEO

R AUDIO L

OUT
VIDEO

DIGITAL OUT OPTICAL PCM/DOLBY DIGITAL

CABLE BOX REMOTE PAUSE/ AV COMPULINK


R AUDIO L

VIDEO

R AUDIO L

OUT
VIDEO

DIGITAL OUT OPTICAL PCM/DOLBY DIGITAL

IN(L-2)

D THEATER REGION 1
IN(L-2)

D THEATER REGION 1

Back of VCR AUDIO OUT ANTENNA OUT

Back of VCR AUDIO OUT ANTENNA OUT

Audio Cable (supplied) S-Video Cable (supplied) S-VIDEO IN

Audio Cable (supplied) Component Video Cable (not supplied)

RF Cable (supplied) RF Cable (supplied)

TV

TV

NOTES:
To make the most of the Super VHS picture performance we recommend that you use the supplied S-VIDEO cable to connect your VCR to a TV with an S-VIDEO input connector. To operate the VCR with your TV using the S-VIDEO connection, set your TV to the AV mode using the TV's Remote. You can also use the TV/VCR button on the VCRs Remote to set your TV to the AV mode ( pg. 68). If you cannot see the pictures on the TV screen when you play back a tape, set TV OUTPUT 1 to the appropriate mode ( pg. 56).

NOTES:
To change the settings or set the timer program on the menu screen, switch the TVs input mode for the connection with Audio cable. To view the picture of 480i image format on the TV, or to select and view TV broadcast, connect the component video cable to the TVs Y/CB/CR connectors. If your TV has only the Y/PB/PR connectors, connect also the S-VIDEO or VIDEO connectors between the VCR and TV.

INITIAL SETTINGS

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Plug & Play Setting


Auto Clock Set/Auto Tuner Set
ATTENTION
If you use a cable box, Plug & Play will not function; set the clock and tuner channels separately. ( pg.10 14) It takes several minutes for the VCR to complete the Plug & Play setting. Do not press any buttons on the front panel or on the Remote while Plug & Play is in progress.

This VCR sets the clock and tuner channels automatically when AC power cord is first connected to an AC outlet. The antenna cable must be connected for the Plug & Play setting. The time and date can be set automatically by the clock setting data transmitted from one of the regular TV broadcast channels. We call this TV channel the host channel and it is a PBS channel in your area.

1 Perform Plug & Play setup


NOTES:

Connect the antenna cable to the VCR ( pg. 7). Then connect the AC power cord to an AC outlet. Do not turn on the VCR. The clock and tuner channels will be set automatically.
When the AC power cord is connected to an AC outlet, LOAD appears on the front display panel. It takes some time until VCR completes its set up. Auto Clock Set is performed first. Auto blinks on the front display panel during Auto Clock Set. Auto Channel Set is performed next. Auto Channel Set scans all the channels that are receivable by your VCR. During Auto Channel Set, the channel numbers are displayed as they are scanned and set. When Plug & Play setting has been complete successfully, the correct clock time is displayed. If you perform Plug & Play setting successfully, there is no need to perform the clock ( pg. 10) and tuner ( pg. 13) settings. If, however, you want to add or delete channels, refer to Manual Channel Set on page 14.

IN F-1

During Initial Auto Clock Set Auto blinks.

During Auto Channel Set The channel numbers are displayed as they are scanned and set.

Plug & Play Completed The current time is displayed. (PM lights up during the afternoon.)

* If an incorrect clock time or : appears on the display panel, see What to do if Plug & Play setting failed below.

INFORMATION

If AUTO CLOCK is set to ON on the Clock Set screen on page 11, the clock will be adjusted automatically by the host channel every hour (except 11:00 PM, midnight, 1:00 AM and 2:00 AM) using the incoming PBS channel clock setting data. (This automatic clock adjustment can only be performed when the VCR is turned off. The clock will be adjusted just on these hours on the time displayed on the front display panel, not on the actual real time.) The default setting of AUTO CLOCK is ON. If the memory backup fails, because a power outage occurs or because the AC power cord is unplugged, Auto Clock Set will be performed when power is restored to the VCR. Poor antenna or cable signal may prevent the VCR from receiving the Auto clock setting data from a PBS channel. If this function is taking a considerable amount of time, it may be necessary to perform the Semiauto or Manual Clock Set procedure ( pg. 12).

What to do if Plug & Play setting failed

If an incorrect time is displayed on the front display panel, you may be receiving the clock setting data of a PBS channel from an adjacent time zone, or an incorrect PBS channel from a cable TV system. In this case, perform the Semiauto ( pg. 11) or Manual Clock Set ( pg. 12) procedure. If : appears on the front display panel, your antenna cable may not be connected to the VCR or there may not be a Host PBS signal available in your area. Ensure that the antenna cable is connected correctly. Then turn on and off the VCR; the Plug & Play setting will be automatically reactivated. If Plug & Play setting is not performed though the antenna cable is connected correctly, perform Manual Clock Set ( pg. 12) and Auto Channel Set or Manual Channel Set ( pg. 13 or 14).

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INITIAL SETTINGS (cont.)


Perform clock setting only if the clock has not been set correctly by the Plug & Play setting or if you use a cable box. Access the Clock Set screen to perform the Semiauto or Manual Clock Set. Each procedure starts from step 3 after preparation steps below are finished. If you use a cable box, set the clock manually. ( pg. 12)

Clock Setting
Turn on the VCR and the TV, and select the AV mode on the TV. Set the VCR/TV/CABLE/DBS selector on the Remote to VCR.

Preparations

1 Access Main Menu screen


Press MENU.
VCR CABLE TV /DBS

2 Access Clock Set screen


1 Press @ # to move the arrow to INITIAL SET UP, then press or OK. 2 Press @ # to move the arrow to CLOCK SET, then press or OK.
MENU

FUNCTION SET UP CLOCK SET

TUNER SET UP

INITIAL SET UP OTHER

GUIDE CHANNEL

AUTO CLOCK SET MANUAL CLOCK SET AUTO CLOCK OFF

OK SELECT

EXIT

SELECT WITH ARROW KEYS THEN PRESS [OK]

If CABLE BOX USERS SET CLOCK MANUALLY appears on the screen, press OK to access the Clock Set screen. (Even if you do not press OK, the Clock Set screen disappears after 5 seconds, then the Clock Set screen appears automatically).

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Setting clock semiautomatically


Semiauto Clock Set
You can change the host channel/D.S.T. /time zone setting manually. First follow steps 1 to 2 on page 10, then go to the following steps.

5 Select D.S.T. mode

3 Access Auto Clock Set screen


Press % to move the arrow to AUTO CLOCK SET, then press OK.
FUNCTION SET UP CLOCK SET

TUNER SET UP

INITIAL SET UP OTHER

GUIDE CHANNEL

AUTO CLOCK SET MANUAL CLOCK SET AUTO CLOCK ON

You have three choices: AUTO Select if you want to adjust your VCRs clock automatically by the incoming signal from the host channel. (Auto Daylight Saving Time*) ON Adjustment will be made by the built-in clock itself. OFF Select when Daylight Saving Time does not apply to you. Press % to move the arrow to D.S.T., then press @ # repeatedly until the desired setting is selected.

MENU

OK SELECT

EXIT

SELECT WITH ARROW KEYS THEN PRESS [OK]

Then; To select the host channel go to step 4. To select the D.S.T. mode go to step 5. To select the time zone go to step 6.

6 Select time zone

NOTE:
The time set previously will be erased when AUTO CLOCK SET is selected.

You can select the time zone automatically or manually. Press % to move the arrow to TIME ZONE, press @ # repeatedly until AUTO or the desired time zone is selected. Each time you press the button, the time zone changes as follows: O AUTO O ATLANTIC O EASTERN O CENTRAL O MOUNTAIN O PACIFIC O ALASKA O HAWAII O (back to the beginning)

Select host channel


You can either select AUTO or enter a PBS channel number. Press % to move the arrow to HOST CH, then press @ # until AUTO or the desired PBS channel number is selected.
FUNCTION SET UP AUTO CLOCK SET TUNER SET UP INITIAL SET UP TIME : AM DATE 1/1 (WED) 2003

HOST CH D.S.T TIME ZONE RETURN

[TV]

AUTO AUTO AUTO

NOTE:
If an incorrect clock time is displayed by the Plug & Play setting, you may be receiving the clock setting data of a PBS channel from an adjacent time zone or from an incorrect PBS channel from a cable TV system. If you selected AUTO for the host channel in step 4, be sure to select the correct time zone manually.

MENU

OK SELECT

EXIT

SELECT WITH ARROW KEYS THEN PRESS [OK]

NOTE:
Some PBS channels do not transmit clock setting data.

7 Return to normal screen


Press MENU.

* Auto Daylight Saving Time


This function enables automatic adjustment of the VCRs clock at the start and end of Daylight Saving Time. With Auto DST activated, . . . . . . on the first Sunday of April at 2:00 AM, the clock is adjusted to 3:00 AM. . . . on the last Sunday of October at 2:00 AM, the clock is adjusted to 1:00 AM.

IMPORTANT
Turn off the VCR after performing Semiauto Clock Set. Auto will appear on the front display panel while the clock is being set. The current clock time will appear automatically when the clock setting is complete.

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VCR CABLE TV /DBS

INITIAL SETTINGS (cont.)

Setting clock manually


Manual Clock Set
First follow steps 1 to 2 on page 10, then go to the following steps.

3 Access Manual Clock Set screen 4 Set time


Press @ # until the desired time appears, then press . Holding @ # changes the time in 30-minute intervals.
FUNCTION SET UP TUNER SET UP MANUAL CLOCK SET

Press % to move the arrow to MANUAL CLOCK SET, then press OK.

INITIAL SET UP

TIME DATE YEAR D.S.T RETURN


MENU

: 1/1 (WED) 2003 OFF

OK SELECT

EXIT

SELECT WITH ARROW KEYS THEN PRESS [OK]

5 Set date
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Press @ # until the desired date appears, then press . Holding @ # changes the date in 15-day intervals.

6 Set year 7 Select D.S.T. mode

Press @ # until the desired year appears.

Press % to move the highlight bar to D.S.T., then press @ # to select ON or OFF. ON Adjustment will be made by the built-in clock itself. OFF Select when Daylight Saving Time does not apply to you. Press MENU and normal screen appears.

8 Start clock

To make corrections any time during the process


Press % to select the item you want to change, then press @ #.

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Tuner Setting
Turn on the VCR and the TV, and select the AV mode on the TV. Set the VCR/TV/CABLE/DBS selector on the Remote to VCR.

Setting channels automatically


Auto Channel Set
Use Auto Channel Set only if channels have not been set correctly by the Plug & Play setting. If you want to add or delete channels, use Manual Channel Set ( pg. 14).

1 Access Main Menu screen 2 Access Tuner Set Up screen


Press MENU. 1 Press @ # to move the arrow to TUNER SET UP, then press or OK. 2 Press @ # to move the arrow to TUNER SET, then press or OK.
FUNCTION SET UP TUNER SET TUNER SET UP INITIAL SET UP DBS SET UP CABLE SET UP

VCR CABLE TV /DBS

BAND AUTO CH SET MANUAL CH SET

TV

MENU

OK SELECT

EXIT

SELECT WITH ARROW KEYS THEN PRESS [OK]

3 Perform Auto Channel Set


You can automatically set the receivable channels in your area in the order of their frequencies. Press % to move the arrow to AUTO CH SET, then press OK.
FUNCTION SET UP TUNER SET

TUNER SET UP

INITIAL SET UP DBS SET UP

CABLE SET UP

BAND AUTO CH SET MANUAL CH SET

TV

MENU

OK SELECT

EXIT

SELECT WITH ARROW KEYS THEN PRESS [OK]

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FUNCTION SET UP

TUNER SET UP

INITIAL SET UP DBS SET UP

NOTES:

TUNER SET

CABLE SET UP

AUTO CHANNEL SET When Auto Channel SCANNING... Set is complete, PRESS [MENU] TO END SCAN COMPLETED appears on screen. OK SELECT WITH ARROW KEYS If the scan was SELECT THEN PRESS [OK] EXIT unsuccessful, SCAN COMPLETED NO SIGNAL FOUND appears on screen. Check the connections, then select RETRY to start again, or select EXIT.
MENU

4 Return to normal screen


Press MENU.

INFORMATION
The VCR selects the correct band (TV or CATV) automatically during Auto Channel Set. The selected band will be displayed on the right side of BAND on the Tuner Set Up screen.

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VCR CABLE TV /DBS

INITIAL SETTINGS (cont.)

3 Access Manual Channel Set screen


Press % to move the arrow to MANUAL CH SET, then press OK.
FUNCTION SET UP TUNER SET TUNER SET UP CABLE SET UP

INITIAL SET UP DBS SET UP

BAND AUTO CH SET MANUAL CH SET

TV

MENU

OK SELECT

EXIT

SELECT WITH ARROW KEYS THEN PRESS [OK]

4 Add or skip desired channels


To add channels

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1 Press % to move the arrow to CH, CH [TV] 45 ADD/SKIP ADD then press the RETURN Number keys to input a channel OK SELECT WITH ARROW number you want SELECT OR NUMBER KEYS EXIT to add. 2 Press % to move the arrow to ADD/SKIP, then press @ # to set to ADD. 3 Repeat 1 and 2 to add other channels.
FUNCTION SET UP TUNER SET UP INITIAL SET UP MANUAL CH SET
MENU

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To skip channels 1 Press % to move the arrow to CH, CH [TV] 46 then press the SKIP ADD/SKIP Number keys or RETURN @ # to input a OK SELECT WITH ARROW channel number SELECT OR NUMBER KEYS EXIT you want to skip. 2 Press % to move the arrow to ADD/SKIP, then press @ # to set to SKIP. 3 Repeat 1 and 2 to skip other channels.
FUNCTION SET UP TUNER SET UP INITIAL SET UP MANUAL CH SET
MENU

Setting channels manually


Manual Channel Set
You can add the channels you want or delete the channels you do not want manually.

5 Return to normal screen


Press MENU.

1 Access Main Menu screen 2 Access Tuner Set Up screen


Press MENU.

1 Press @ # to move the arrow to TUNER SET UP, then press or OK. 2 Press @ # to move the arrow to TUNER SET, then press or OK.

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Cable Box Control Setting


Suggested location
Place the cable box on top of the VCR. Attach the VCRs Controller to the top of the VCR with the Controllers transmitter pointed towards the cable boxs remote sensor.

The following procedure is required if you receive your TV channels through a cable box (descrambler). The Controller allows the VCR to automatically switch the cable box channel during timer recording. The Controller is effective for recording broadcasts that have been programed using VCR Plus+ ( pg. 34) or Express timer programing ( pg. 38).

Installing Controller

1 Situate Controller 2 Attach Controller

Place the Controller so that its transmitter is facing the cable boxs remote sensor. Make sure the path between the Controller and the cable boxs remote sensor is not blocked.

ATTENTION:
The Controller can also control a DBS receiver. If both a cable box and a DBS receiver are used, position the Controller so its signal reaches the remote sensors on both the cable box and DBS receiver.

Cable box

Fix securely using the adhesive strip attached on the back of the Controller.

3 Connect cable box to VCR

Your VCR

Controller (suggested locations) Cable box

If your cable box does not have audio/video output connectors Connect the RF output terminal on the cable box to the ANTENNA IN terminal on the rear of your VCR. If your cable box has audio/video output connectors Connect an audio/video cable between the AUDIO/VIDEO IN connectors on the rear of the VCR and the audio/video output connectors on the cable box.

NOTE:
When connecting your cable box, refer to its instruction manual.

Controller (supplied)

To RF output Transmitter or

To Audio/video output

4 Connect Controller to VCR

Connect the Controller to the CABLE BOX Controller connector on the rear panel.

To ANTENNA IN

To AUDIO/ VIDEO IN

How to control the cable box


This VCR has two separate methods to control your cable box. The VCRs wireless Remote can control your cable box. This eliminates the need for a separate cable boxs Remote. The VCRs Controller can also control your cable box. This allows the VCR to change your cable boxs channel number during timer recording. Each method must be set up separately. To set up the VCRs Remote, refer to page 69. To set up the Controller, go to page 16.

Your VCR
CABLE BOX

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Turn on the VCR and the TV, and select the AV mode on the TV. Set the VCR/TV/CABLE/DBS selector on the Remote to VCR.

INITIAL SETTINGS (cont.)

Setting cable box input channel & brand


After installation, set the cable box input channel and its brand correctly; otherwise, the Controller cannot work correctly.

1 Turn on cable box


VCR CABLE TV /DBS

Select a channel other than channel 9 on your cable box.

2 Access Main Menu screen on VCR 3 Access Cable Set Up screen


Press MENU. 1 Press @ # to move the arrow to TUNER SET UP, then press or OK. 2 Press @ # to move the arrow to CABLE SET UP, then press or OK.
FUNCTION SET UP TUNER SET TUNER SET UP CABLE SET UP

INITIAL SET UP DBS SET UP

INPUT CH BRAND TEST MODE

OFF 1

MENU

OK SELECT

EXIT

SELECT WITH ARROW KEYS THEN PRESS [OK]

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4 Select cable box input channel


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Press % to move the arrow to INPUT CH. Your selection depends on how your cable box is connected to your VCR.
FUNCTION SET UP CABLE SET UP

TUNER SET UP

INITIAL SET UP

INPUT CH BRAND TEST MODE

OFF 1

MENU

OK SELECT

EXIT

SELECT WITH ARROW KEYS THEN PRESS [OK]

If your cable box is connected to your VCRs ANTENNA IN terminal on the rear panel Press @ # until the channel number representing the cable boxs output (ON CH2 ON CH9) appears on the screen. If your cable box is connected to your VCRs AUDIO/VIDEO IN connectors on the front panel Press @ # until ON F-1 appears on the screen. If your cable box is connected to your VCRs AUDIO/VIDEO IN (L-1) or AUDIO/VIDEO IN (L-2) connectors on the rear panel Press @ # until ON L-1 or ON L-2 appears on the screen. If you do not use a cable box Press @ # until OFF appears on the screen.

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5 Enter cable box brand


Press % to move the arrow to BRAND. Press @ # to enter the brand code from the list shown to the right.

CABLE BOX BRAND LIST


TUNER SET UP INITIAL SET UP

FUNCTION SET UP CABLE SET UP

BRAND ARCHER CABLETENNA CABLEVIEW CITIZEN CURTIS DIAMOND GC BRAND GEMINI GENERAL INSTRUMENTS HAMLIN JASCO JERROLD NOVAVISION OAK PANASONIC PULSER RCA REGAL REMBRANDT SAMSUNG SCIENTIFIC ATLANTA SIGMA SL MARX SPRUCER STARGATE TELEVIEW TOCOM UNIKA UNIVERSAL VIDEOWAY ZENITH

CODE 1, 5, 17 1, 17 15, 16, 17, 21, 25 15, 16, 17, 21, 25 2, 8 1, 17 15, 16, 17, 21, 25 15 1, 4, 6, 11, 12, 15, 28 10, 18, 23 15 1, 4, 6, 11, 12, 15, 28 2, 8 7, 20 13, 14 15, 16, 17, 21, 25 13, 14 10, 18, 23 1, 16, 17 5, 16, 24 2, 8 7, 20 5, 16, 17, 24, 25 13, 14 5, 15, 16, 17, 21, 24, 25 5, 16, 24 1, 4, 16 1, 17 16, 17, 25 3, 9, 22 3, 9, 22

INPUT CH BRAND TEST MODE

OFF 1

MENU

OK SELECT

EXIT

SELECT WITH ARROW KEYS THEN PRESS [OK]

6 Engage test mode


NOTE:

Press % to move the arrow to TEST MODE, then press OK.

If you do not engage the test mode in step 6, INPUT CH and BRAND are not set.

If the cable boxs channel changes INPUT CH OFF to 9, setting is BRAND 1 DID YOUR CABLE BOX CHANGE TO CHANNEL 09? complete TEST MODE Press @ # to move OK the arrow to SELECT WITH ARROW KEYS THEN PRESS [OK] YES, then press EXIT SELECT OK and CABLE BOX CONTROL IS ON appears on the screen for about 5 seconds. If the cable boxs channel does not change to 9 1 Press @ # to move the arrow to NO. 2 Press OK. 3 Repeat step 5 until the cable boxs channel changes to 9 by entering another code. 4 If the channel does not change after going through all the code numbers listed for your model of cable box, then try all the other numbers.
FUNCTION SET UP TUNER SET UP INITIAL SET UP CABLE SET UP YES NO
MENU

NOTES:
The Controller may not work with all types of cable box. If your cable box does not respond to any code, you cannot use the Controller to change cable box channels. In this case, make sure to leave the cable box turned on and tuned to the proper channel before the scheduled start time of timer recording. Contact your cable company about the possibility of exchanging your current cable box with the one compatible with your VCR. The VCR can only change the cable box channel through the Controller during timer recording. If your cable box cannot be operated with a Remote (because it has no remote sensor), you cannot use the Controller to change its channels. Make sure to leave the cable box turned on and tuned to the proper channel before the scheduled start time of timer recording. If the VCRs memory backup expires because of a power failure, set the cable box input channel and brand again. For customers in U.S.A.: If you are unable to set the Controller, contact JVC toll free at 1-800-252-5722.

7 Return to normal screen


Press MENU. If the VCRs clock has not been set (with AUTO CLOCK set to ON)
CABLE BOX USERS SET CLOCK MANUALLY appears for about 5 seconds when you press OK in step 3, then the Clock Set screen appears. Perform Manual Clock Set on page 12. If you press MENU after the clock has been set, the Cable Box Input Channel screen in step 4 appears.

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INITIAL SETTINGS (cont.)


The following procedure is required if you receive satellite channels through a DBS (Direct Broadcast Satellite) receiver. The Controller allows the VCR to automatically switch the DBS receivers channels during timer recording.

DBS Receiver Control Setting


Suggested location
Place the DBS (Direct Broadcast Satellite) receiver on top of the VCR. Attach the VCRs Controller to the top of the VCR with the Controllers transmitter pointed towards the DBS receivers remote sensor.

NOTES:
The VCR can automatically change the DBS receiver channels using the Controller when the VCR has been programed using Express timer programing ( pg. 38). Because satellite programing does not use PlusCode, the Controller cannot change the DBS receiver channels during VCR Plus+ timer recording. (You can also use Satellite Auto Recording ( pg. 62) if your DBS receiver is equipped with a timer.) If a cable box is also used, it is recommended that you connect the DBS receiver to your VCRs audio/video input connectors and the cable box to your VCRs antenna input terminal.

ATTENTION:
The Controller can also control a cable box. If both a DBS receiver and a cable box are used, position the Controller so its signal reaches the remote sensors on both the DBS receiver and cable box.

DBS receiver

Installing Controller

1 Situate Controller
Controller (suggested locations) DBS receiver

Place the Controller so that its transmitter is facing the DBS receivers remote sensor. Make sure the path between the Controller and the DBS receivers remote sensor is not blocked.

Your VCR

2 Attach Controller

Fix securely using the adhesive strip attached on the back of the Controller.

Controller (supplied)

3 Connect DBS receiver to VCR


To RF output Transmitter To ANTENNA IN or To Audio/Video output To AUDIO/ VIDEO IN

If your DBS receiver does not have audio/ video output connectors Connect the RF output terminal on the DBS receiver to the ANTENNA IN terminal on the rear of your VCR. If your DBS receiver has audio/video output connectors Connect an audio/video cable between the AUDIO/VIDEO IN connectors on the rear of the VCR and the audio/video output connectors on the DBS receiver.

NOTE:
Your VCR
CABLE BOX

When connecting your DBS receiver, refer to its instruction manual.

4 Connect Controller to VCR

Connect the Controller to the CABLE BOX Controller connector on the rear panel.

How to control the DBS receiver


This VCR has two separate methods to control your DBS receiver. The VCRs wireless Remote can control your DBS receiver. This eliminates the need for a separate DBS receivers Remote. The VCRs Controller can also control your DBS receiver. This allows the VCR to change your DBS receivers channel number during timer-recording. Each method must be set up separately. To set up the VCRs Remote, refer to page 70. To set up the Controller, go to page 19.

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Turn on the VCR and the TV, and select the AV mode on the TV. Set the VCR/TV/CABLE/DBS selector on the Remote to VCR.

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Setting DBS receiver input channel & brand


After installation, set the DBS receivers input channel and its brand correctly; otherwise, the Controller cannot work correctly.

1 Turn on DBS receiver


VCR CABLE TV /DBS

Select a channel other than channel 100 or 205 on your DBS receiver.

2 Access Main Menu screen on VCR 3 Access DBS Receiver Set screen
Press MENU. 1 Press @ # to move the arrow to TUNER SET UP, then press or OK. 2 Press @ # to move the arrow to DBS SET UP, then press or OK. Press % to move the arrow to INPUT CH. Your selection depends on how your DBS receiver is connected to your VCR.
FUNCTION SET UP TUNER SET TUNER SET UP CABLE SET UP

INITIAL SET UP DBS SET UP

INPUT CH BRAND TEST MODE

OFF 40

MENU

OK SELECT

EXIT

SELECT WITH ARROW KEYS THEN PRESS [OK]

4 Select DBS receiver input channel


FUNCTION SET UP DBS SET UP TUNER SET UP

INITIAL SET UP

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INPUT CH BRAND TEST MODE

OFF 40

MENU

OK SELECT

EXIT

SELECT WITH ARROW KEYS THEN PRESS [OK]

If your DBS receiver is connected to your VCRs ANTENNA IN terminal on the rear panel Press @ # until the channel number representing the DBS receivers output (ON CH3 or ON CH4) appears on the screen. If your DBS receiver is connected to your VCRs AUDIO/VIDEO IN connectors on the front panel Press @ # until ON F-1 appears on the screen. If your DBS receiver is connected to your VCRs AUDIO/VIDEO IN (L-1) or AUDIO/VIDEO IN (L-2) connectors on the rear panel Press @ # until ON L-1 or ON L-2 appears on the screen. If you do not use a DBS receiver Press @ # until OFF appears on the screen. CONTINUED ON NEXT PAGE \

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VCR CABLE TV /DBS

INITIAL SETTINGS (cont.)

5 Enter DBS Receivers brand


Press % to move the arrow to BRAND. Press @ # to enter the brand code from the following list.
FUNCTION SET UP DBS SET UP

TUNER SET UP

INITIAL SET UP

INPUT CH BRAND TEST MODE

OFF 40

MENU

OK SELECT

EXIT

SELECT WITH ARROW KEYS THEN PRESS [OK]

BRAND JVC (DISH Network) ECHOSTAR (DISH Network) SONY (DSS) RCA (DSS)

CODE 51 51 41 40

6 Engage test mode


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NOTE:

Press % to move the arrow to TEST MODE, then press OK. The program currently received through the DBS receiver appears for about 10 seconds.

If you do not engage the test mode in step 6, INPUT CH and BRAND are not set.

NOTES:
The Controller may not work with all types of DBS receiver. If your DBS receiver does not respond to the code, you cannot use the Controller to change satellite channels. In this case, make sure to leave the DBS receiver turned on and tuned to the proper channel before the scheduled start time of timer recording. In addition, if your DBS receiver is equipped with a timer, you can also use Satellite Auto Recording ( pg. 62). The VCR can only change the satellite channel through the Controller during timer recording. If your DBS receiver cannot be operated with a Remote (because it has no remote sensor), you cannot use the Controller to change its channels. Make sure to leave the DBS receiver turned on and tuned to the proper channel before the scheduled start time of timer recording. For customers in U.S.A.: If you are unable to set the Controller, contact JVC toll free at 1-800-252-5722.

If the DBS receivers channel changes to 205, setting is complete Press @ # to move the arrow to YES, INPUT CH OFF then press OK and DID YOUR DBS RECEIVER CHANGE TO CHANNEL 205? DBS RECEIVER CONTROL IS ON appears on the OK SELECT WITH ARROW KEYS SELECT THEN PRESS [OK] EXIT screen for about 5 seconds. If the DBS receivers channel does not change as shown above 1 Press @ # to move the arrow to NO. 2 Press OK. 3 Re-enter the correct code.
FUNCTION SET UP DBS SET UP TUNER SET UP INITIAL SET UP YES NO
MENU

7 Return to normal screen


Press MENU.

BASIC PLAYBACK AND RECORDING

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Basic Playback
Turn on the VCR and the TV, and select the AV mode on the TV. Set the VCR/TV/CABLE/DBS selector on the Remote to VCR.

This VCR can check the tape condition during playback (and recording), and realizes the best possible pictures. This VCR can play back tapes that have been recorded in D-VHS (MTP), S-VHS, S-VHS ET and VHS formats. When playing back a tape, this VCR automatically identifies the recording format (D-VHS, S-VHS, S-VHS ET or VHS). When you play back a tape recorded on this VCR, you can use the Video Navigation function ( pg. 42).

1 Load a cassette

POWER

STOP/EJECT (7/0)

Make sure the window side is up, the rear label side is facing you and the arrow on the front of the cassette is pointing towards the VCR. Do not apply too much pressure when inserting. The VCR turns on automatically. The tape will run for a few seconds while the VCR searches for the tape number. If the tape number is found, it will be shown on the TV screen if SUPERIMPOSE is set to ON ( pg. 57). The counter is reset automatically, however, it is not completely reset to 0:00:00. If the cassettes record safety tab has been removed, playback begins automatically.

IN F-1

REW ( ) FF (

POWER
VCR CABLE TV /DBS

2 Start playback

Press PLAY ( 3 ). Recording speed is automatically detected. If V. CALIBRATION is set to ON (default setting) and PICTURE CONTROL is set to AUTO: ( pg. 54), VIDEO CALIBRATION appears on the screen, and this VCR checks the tape condition during automatic tracking (only cassettes recorded in the S-VHS, S-VHS ET or VHS mode).

To stop playback

2
REW(1) FF() STOP(7)

Press STOP ( 7 ) on the Remote or STOP/EJECT ( 7/0 ) on the front panel.

To rewind the tape (when it is not running)


Press REW ( 1 ).

To fast-forward (when it is not running)


Press FF ( ).

To eject the tape

NOTES:
When you use the Video Navigation function, operate the VCR only after the tape number is detected; otherwise, you cannot use the Video Navigation function. It takes a moment until the image appears on the TV screen when you play back a program recorded in LS5 mode. The picture may pause or the block noise may appear. It will take a moment until the image appears when you play back cut segments (segments for which recording was continued after stopping or pausing) or segments for which recording was switched from VHS mode (SP or EP) to D-VHS mode.

Press STOP/EJECT ( 7/0 ) on the front panel when the tape is not running. You can also eject the cassette when the VCR is turned off.

To turn off the VCR


Press POWER.

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BASIC PLAYBACK AND RECORDING (cont.)

Basic Playback Features


Turn on the VCR and the TV, and select the AV mode on the TV. Set the VCR/TV/CABLE/DBS selector on the Remote to VCR.

Checking tape position


B E

The tape position indicator appears on the screen in the following cases: When you change the VCR operation mode from the stop mode to fast forward or rewind mode. When you perform an Index Search ( pg. 24).

The position of in relation to B (Beginning) or E (End) shows you where you are on the tape.

NOTES:

SUPERIMPOSE must be set to ON, or the indicator will not appear ( pg. 57). It may take a few seconds for the tape position indicator to be displayed.

IN F-1

To reset the time counter, press C. RESET on the Remote. The counter reading becomes 0:00:00. It is also reset when a tape is inserted.

Playing back tape repeatedly


Repeat Playback

You can play back a tape repeatedly (50 times). While playing back a tape, press and hold PLAY ( 3 ) for more than 5 seconds. The play indicator ( # ) on the front display panel starts flashing slowly, and a tape will be played back 50 times. To stop playback, press STOP ( 7 ) on the Remote or STOP/EJECT ( 7/0 ) on the front panel.

VCR CABLE TV /DBS

NOTE:
For a cassette recorded in D-VHS mode, Repeat Playback is not possible if the cassette was recorded in LS3 or LS5 mode.

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Tracking Adjustments Automatic tracking adjustment
This VCR automatically adjusts the tracking condition. Whenever you insert a tape and start playback, automatic tracking starts working and continuously analyzes the signal to enable optimum picture quality during playback.

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Adjusting tracking condition

Selecting monitor sound


Audio Monitor

You can select the desired monitor sound. While playing back a tape on which stereo sound or SAP sound is recorded, press A. MONITOR on the Remote. Each time you press the button, sound changes as follows:

S-VHS/VHS

Manual tracking adjustment


If automatic tracking cannot eliminate noises well during playback, use the manual tracking following the procedures below. You can also use the manual tracking during slow motion playback ( pg. 33). During slow motion playback, simply press CHANNEL + or on the VCR (or TV/VCR CH + or on the Remote) to adjust tracking.

LR MIX

R NORMAL

1 2

Activate manual tracking


Press CHANNEL + and on the front panel at the same time during playback.

Eliminate the noises on the TV screen


Press CHANNEL + or . Press it briefly for a fine adjustment, or press and hold for a coarse adjustment. Watch the screen and continue adjustment until optimum picture and sound quality are achieved. To reactivate automatic tracking, press CHANNEL + and on the front panel at the same time. The automatic tracking becomes active again.

: Normally select this. Hi-Fi sound is played back. L: Sound on the left Hi-Fi channel is played back. Sound on the right Hi-Fi channel is played R : back. NORMAL: Sound on the normal track is played back. MIX: Both sounds on the Hi-Fi track and normal track are mixed and played back.

LR

D-VHS
LR L R

LR L: R :

: Normally select this. Sound on the left channel is played back. Sound on the right channel is played back.

NOTES:

The above indication appears when SUPERIMPOSE is set to ON ( pg. 57), though the monitor sound changes in sequence. If the tape being played back has no Hi-Fi sound track, the normal sound track will be heard regardless of this setting.

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Automatic operations after rewinding Next Function Memory
The Next Function Memory tells the VCR what to do after rewinding is complete. Ensure that the VCR is in stop mode. a For Automatic Playback Start Press REW ( 1 ), then press PLAY ( 3 ) within 2 seconds. b For Automatic Power Off Press REW ( 1 ), then press POWER within 2 seconds. c For Automatic Timer Standby Press REW ( 1 ), then press TIMER () within 2 seconds.

BASIC PLAYBACK AND RECORDING (cont.)

Skipping unwanted portions


Skip Search

You can skip over (view at high speed) unwanted portions of the tape. Press SKIP SEARCH on the Remote once to 4 times during playback. Each press initiates a 30-second period of high speed playback (up to 2 minutes). When the specified portion of the tape is skipped, normal playback resumes automatically. To return to normal playback during Skip Search, press PLAY ( 3 ).

NOTE:
It is not possible to perform the Skip Search when you play back a D-VHS tape recorded in LS5 mode.

NOTE:
It is not possible to select the Automatic Timer Standby function if the cassettes record safety tab is removed.

Locating beginning of recordings Index Search

Other Useful functions for playback (S-VHS/VHS only)


You can also use the following functions for playback. Video Calibration ( pg. 54) When this function is set to ON, this VCR checks the condition of the tape in use during playback and recording, and compensates to provide the highestpossible pictures. Picture Control ( pg. 54) This function helps you to adjust the playback picture quality according to your preference. Digital R3 ( pg. 54) This function applies edge correction to the luminance signal to enhance details and provides clear pictures. Video Stabilizer ( pg. 54) You can automatically correct vertical vibrations in the picture when playing back unstable recordings made on another VCR.

When recording on this VCR, index codes are placed on the tape at the beginning of each recording. You can find and automatically play back from the beginning of any recording using the Index Search function.

1 2

Start search
While the tape is not running, press 4 or on the Remote.

Access distant code


To access a recording of 2 to 9 index codes away, press 4 or repeatedly until the correct number is displayed on the screen (only if SUPERIMPOSE is set to ON ( pg. 57)). Playback begins automatically when the desired recording is located.
Beginning of the current program recorded
Previous program recorded

Current position on the tape


Next program recorded

Beginning of the 2nd next program recorded

2nd next

If you want to find the very beginning of the ) or FF ( desired program, press REW ( after playback starts.

NOTE:
An index code is not placed on the tape when recording is resumed from recording pause.

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How to read the Video Navigation screen for D-Theater tape*
If you insert a D-Theater tape and then press NAVI, the following screen appears. Press % to move the arrow to the item that you want to watch, then press OK. Playback starts automatically after the selected item is located. The D-Theater indicator lights up when playing back a D-Theater tape.
* D-Theater is a technical specification based on D-VHS standards that was developed for HD content. Commercial D-Theater titles can only be played back on D-VHS digital recorders bearing the D-Theater logo.
Chapter Navigation
TAPE TITLE: WORLD SOCCER 1. CHAPTER 1 1/4

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Chapter

Title

2. CHAPTER 2 3. CHAPTER 3 4. CHAPTER 4 SECTOR 4-1 SECTOR 4-2

Section

EXIT
NAVI

OK SELECT

SELECT WITH ARROW KEYS THEN PRESS [OK]

Some D-Theater tapes or D-VHS tapes may contain the multiple programs, angles, sounds or subtitles. If a tape contains them, the icons appear on the top right corner of the TV screen when you press OSD.

Program Selection

Sound Selection
1. STEREO 2. Dolby D
During normal playback, press A. MONITOR on the Remote to select the desired sound. It is impossible to select the sound if the tape does not contain the multiple sounds.

PROG. 1 PROG. 2
During normal playback, press TV/VCR CH +/ on the Remote to select the desired program. It is impossible to select the program if the tape does not contain the multiple programs.

Angle Selection
VIDEO 1 VIDEO 2 VIDEO 3
During normal playback, press the number key "4" on the Remote to select the desired angle. It is impossible to select the angle if the tape does not contain the multiple angles.

Subtitle Selection

OFF CC1 CC2 CC3 CC4


During normal playback, press SUBTITLE (number key "6") on the Remote to select the desired subtitle. It is impossible to select the subtitle if the tape does not contain the multiple subtitles.

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BASIC PLAYBACK AND RECORDING (cont.)


This VCR can check the tape condition during recording (and playback), and realizes the best possible pictures. In addition, this VCR is equipped with the Video Navigation function, which allows you to quickly locate the programs you have recorded on a tape. When recording on this VCR, the tapes are automatically numbered so that every tape recorded on this VCR has a different tape number. With this function, the program information such as recording date, start time, channel number, and recording speed are also automatically stored in the VCRs memory. For the Video Navigation function, see page 42. To memorize the recording date and start time for the Video Navigation function, the date and clock must be set correctly.

Basic Recording
Turn on the VCR and the TV, and select the AV mode on the TV. Set the VCR/TV/CABLE/DBS selector on the Remote to VCR.

POWER

IN F-1

D-VHS Recording

4
STOP/EJECT (7/0)

1 Load a D-VHS cassette

Make sure the record safety tab is intact. If not, cover the hole with adhesive tape before inserting the cassette. The D-VHS indicator lights on the front display panel and the D-VHS recording mode is selected automatically.

POWER
VCR CABLE TV /DBS

2 Select recording channel


2 -a
On the front panel: Press CHANNEL + or . On the Remote: a Press TV/VCR CH + or . or b Press the Number keys.

2 -b

3
FF ( 1 )

3 Set recording speed

Press REC SPEED to set the recording speed. The recording speed changes each time REC SPEED is pressed. HS: When picture quality and sound quality is important. STD: When picture quality and recording time are important. LS3: To record for three times longer than in STD mode, with picture quality that is equal to or better than S-VHS. LS5: When recording time is important. To record for five times longer than in STD mode.

REW (1)

PAUSE (8) STOP (7)

4 Start recording

On the front panel: Press REC ( ). On the Remote: While holding REC ( ), press PLAY ( 3 ).

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S-VHS/VHS Recording

To pause recording
Press PAUSE ( 8 ). To resume recording, press PLAY ( 3 ).

1 Load a cassette

Make sure the record safety tab is intact. If not, cover the hole with adhesive tape before inserting the cassette.

To stop recording
Press STOP ( 7 ) on the Remote or STOP/EJECT ( 7/0 ) on the front panel.

2 Select recording channel


On the front panel: Press CHANNEL + or . On the Remote: a Press TV/VCR CH + or . or b Press the Number keys.

To rewind the tape (when it is not running)


Press REW ( 1 ).

To fast-forward the tape (when it is not running)


Press FF ( ).

3 Set recording speed 4 Start recording


On the front panel: Press REC ( ).

To eject the tape


Press STOP/EJECT ( 7/0 ) on the front panel when the tape is not running. You can also eject the cassette when the VCR is turned off.

Press REC SPEED to set the recording speed.

On the Remote: While holding REC ( ), press PLAY ( 3 ). If V. CALIBRATION is set to ON (default setting: pg. 54), this VCR checks the tape condition for about seven seconds, then starts recording. This means that the first seven seconds of the program will not be recorded. If this is inconvenient for you, follow the steps below: 1 Press REC ( ) and PAUSE ( 8 ) to start Video Calibration. 2 Then press PLAY ( 3 ) to start recording after Video Calibration is complete.

To turn off the VCR


Press POWER.

Compatibility Of Cassettes And Recording Mode


Recording Mode Cassette D-VHS D-VHS S-VHS VHS Yes No No S-VHS Yes Yes Yes* VHS Yes Yes Yes

It may be unlawful to record or play back copyrighted material without the consent of the copyright owner.

* To record on the VHS cassette with S-VHS quality, use the S-VHS ET function ( pg. 59).

NOTES:
The D-VHS (MTP), S-VHS, S-VHS ET and VHS mode recordings are possible with this VCR. To record in the D-VHS mode, use a D-VHS cassette. To record in the S-VHS/VHS mode, you can use a D-VHS, S-VHS or VHS cassette.

To record in S-VHS mode on D-VHS tapes: Press D-VHS to turn off the D-VHS indicator. Then, set S-VHS MODE to ON ( pg. 58). To record in VHS mode on D-VHS tapes: Press D-VHS to turn off the D-VHS indicator. Then, set S-VHS MODE to OFF ( pg. 58).

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BASIC PLAYBACK AND RECORDING (cont.)

Basic Recording Features


Turn on the VCR and the TV, and select the AV mode on the TV. Set the VCR/TV/CABLE/DBS selector on the Remote to VCR.

Changing display information

Press DISPLAY during recording or recording pause. Each time you press the button, the front display panel shows the channel number, clock time, and the recording speed in sequence.

Channel No.

Clock Time

Recording Speed
To display the VCR status including the time counter, the channel number and the clock time on the TV screen, see Showing on-screen display ( pg. 29).

B
IN F-1 +

Specifying recording length


Instant Timer Recording (ITR)

You can easily specify the recording length from 30 minutes to 8 hours and the VCR shuts off after recording is finished. During recording, press REC ( ) on the front panel repeatedly until the recording length you want appears on the front display panel. The record ( ) indicator starts flashing. Each time you press the button, recording length increases in 30-minute intervals (up to 8 hours). To cancel an ITR, press STOP ( 7 ) on the Remote or STOP/EJECT ( 7 / 0 ) on the front panel.

VCR CABLE TV /DBS

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C Watching one program while recording another 1 Engage TV mode


VCR CABLE TV /DBS

During recording... Change the TVs input mode from AV to TV.

Select channel for viewing


Select the channel you want to watch, on the TV.

Showing on-screen display

When SUPERIMPOSE is set to ON ( pg. 57), you can see the current VCR status on the TV screen. For more detailed information about the on-screen display, see page 85.

Display VCR status on TV screen


During recording or recording pause, press OSD on the Remote. All indications corresponding to the current VCR status are displayed for 5 seconds. The time counter remains on the screen indicating the elapsed time.
D-VHS INDEX -9 E B LR D-VHS STD 12:00 AM HD CH 123 SAP STEREO

The indications are not recorded.

Exit on-screen display


Press OSD again.

NOTES:
The subtitles does not appear while the on-screen display is displayed. If the VCR is in recording pause mode, 8 is always displayed. The VCR status can be also displayed during playback. Even if SUPERIMPOSE is set to OFF ( pg. 57), the onscreen display appears when the VCR plays back the blank portion of a tape and the VCR receives the channel which has no broadcast. However, on-screen display does not appear when the input location is selected and no signal is input.

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Other useful functions for recording
You can also use the following functions for recording. Video Calibration (S-VHS/VHS only) ( pg. 54) When this function is set to ON, this VCR checks the condition of the tape in use during playback and recording, and compensates to provide the highestpossible pictures. Second Audio Recording ( pg. 55) This VCRs built-in MTS decoder enables reception of Multichannel TV Sound broadcast. To record a SAP program received, set 2ND AUDIO REC to ON using the menu screen.

BASIC PLAYBACK AND RECORDING (cont.)


Accidental erasure prevention
To prevent accidental recording on a recorded cassette, remove its record safety tab. To record on it later, cover the hole with adhesive tape.

Record safety tab

NOTES:
When the channel is changed on the VCR; The STEREO indication appears on the screen for about 5 seconds if the program is a stereo broadcast. The SAP indication appears on the screen for about 5 seconds if the program is a SAP broadcast. The SAP STEREO indication appears when a stereo program is accompanied by SAP sound.
S-VHS Recording Mode ( pg. 58) This VCR allows you to record on a D-VHS and S-VHS tape with VHS picture quality. S-VHS ET ( pg. 59) This function allows you to record on VHS tapes with S-VHS picture quality. Tapes recorded using this function can be played back on a VCR equipped with the S-VHS ET function.

SPECIAL EFFECT PLAYBACK

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Special Effect Playback


Turn on the VCR and the TV, and select the AV mode on the TV. Set the VCR/TV/CABLE/DBS selector on the Remote to VCR.

With this VCR, you can enjoy special effect playback such as high-speed search, variable-speed search, and still playback and so on.

Locating particular scene rapidly Picture Search

7 High-Speed Picture Search:


Possible during normal playback or still picture playback. You can rapidly locate a particular scene on the tape. To do forward picture search, press FF ( ). ). To do reverse picture search, press REW ( If you press and hold the button for more than 2 seconds, simply releasing it cancels the picture search, and normal playback resumes. To resume normal playback, press PLAY ( 3 ).

VCR CABLE TV /DBS

NOTES:
The high-speed picture search speed of the D-VHS recording is 6 times normal playback speed in HS mode, 12 times in STD mode, 36 times in LS3 mode, 60 times in LS5 mode. The high-speed picture search speed of the S-VHS/VHS recording is 11 times normal playback speed in SP mode, 31 times in EP mode. The picture may be distorted at the part where the playback speed is changed. The still picture may appear during the high-speed picture search of a tape recorded in D-VHS format on other devices.

A
4

A
PLAY (3) 4
7 Variable-Speed Picture Search (S-VHS/VHS only):
You can change the speed of picture search. How to use the buttons on the Remote: To do forward picture search, press repeatedly. Each time you press the button, the search speed increases. To decrease the speed during forward picture search (toward normal playback, then reverse picture search), press 4 repeatedly. To do reverse picture search, press 4 repeatedly. Each time you press the button, the search speed increases during reverse picture search. To decrease the speed during reverse picture search (toward normal playback, then forward picture search), press repeatedly. To resume normal playback, press PLAY ( 3 ).

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B
VCR CABLE TV /DBS

SPECIAL EFFECT PLAYBACK (cont.)

Viewing still picture


Still Picture Playback

Press PAUSE ( 8 ) during normal playback. Playback is freezed and a still picture appears. To resume normal playback, press PLAY ( 3 ).

NOTES:
TV/VCR CH +/
To obtain a noiseless still picture, it may be necessary to adjust tracking in slow motion playback before starting still picture playback. Manual tracking is possible during still picture playback. During still picture playback, simply press CHANNEL + or on the VCR (or TV/VCR CH + or on the Remote) to adjust tracking.

PLAY (3)

C
B C -1,-2

Viewing still picture frame by frame Frame-by-Frame Playback


(S-VHS/VHS only)

1 2

Pause during playback


Press PAUSE ( 8 ). Playback is freezed and a still picture appears.

C -2

Advance or reverse still picture


To advance a still picture, press (or PAUSE ( 8 )) repeatedly. To reverse a still picture, press 4 repeatedly.

To resume normal playback, press PLAY ( 3 ).

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D
VCR CABLE TV /DBS

Viewing slow motion picture


Slow Motion Playback (S-VHS/VHS only)

TV/VCR CH +/

During normal playback: Press 4 to decrease the playback speed. Each time you press the button, the speed decreases (toward reverse slow motion playback, then reverse picture search). Holding PAUSE ( 8 ) for more than 2 seconds also starts forward slow motion playback. If you press PAUSE ( 8 ) again, still picture resumes. To resume normal playback, press PLAY ( 3 ). During still picture playback: Press and hold to start forward (or 4 to start reverse) slow motion playback. When you release the button, slow motion playback stops and a still picture appears. Holding PAUSE ( 8 ) for more than 2 seconds also starts forward slow motion playback. If you press PAUSE ( 8 ) again, still picture resumes. To resume normal playback, press PLAY ( 3 ).

PLAY (3) PAUSE (8) 4 4

NOTE:
Manual tracking is possible during slow motion playback. During slow motion playback, simply press CHANNEL + or on the VCR (or TV/VCR CH + or on the Remote) to adjust tracking.

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TIMER RECORDING
Timer recording allows you to program the VCR to automatically record a broadcast at some future time. Up to 24 timer recording programs can be made using VCR Plus+ timer programing or Express timer programing method ( pg. 38) as far as a year in advance. The VCR Plus+ timer programing system eliminates the need to input channel, date, start and stop time data when programing timer recording settings. Simply key in the PlusCode number for the TV broadcast you wish to record and the VCRs timer will be automatically programed. (The PlusCode programing numbers are the numbers next to the program in most TV listing.)

VCR Plus+ Timer Programing


Turn on the VCR and the TV, and select the AV mode on the TV. Set the VCR/TV/CABLE/DBS selector on the Remote to VCR.

1 Load a cassette

POWER

Make sure the record safety tab is intact. If not, cover the hole with adhesive tape, then load it into the VCR. The VCR turns on, and the counter is reset, automatically.

IN F-1

2 Access VCR Plus+ screen


Press PROGRAM on the Remote.
TIMER PROGRAM

PLUSCODE NUMBER SET

TIMER ( )

POWER
VCR CABLE TV /DBS

The clock must be set to access the VCR Plus+ screen. PRESS NUMBER KEYS [0-9] OR If you have not set PRESS [+/] TO SET EXPRESS PROGRAMMING the clock, the Main Menu screen appears after an error message is displayed. Refer to page 10 for the clock setting procedure.
SET
PROG.

EXIT

START STOP DATE

CH

2 5 3
DAILY

8
TIMER ( )

3 Enter PlusCode number


Press the appropriate Number keys to input the PlusCode number printed in the TV listings for the TV broadcast you wish to record, then press OK.
SET
PROG.

TIMER PROGRAM

PLUSCODE NUMBER SET

1 2 3 4 5

6
WEEKLY

EXIT

START STOP DATE

CH

PRESS NUMBER KEYS [0-9] OR PRESS [+/] TO SET EXPRESS PROGRAMMING

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BACK

Then; If the Guide Channel Set screen appears go to step 4. If the VCR Plus+ Program screen appears go to step 5. To make corrections, press CANCEL and input the correct PlusCode number. If an incorrect PlusCode number or the one for a broadcast already finished has been inputted, PLUSCODE NO. ERROR CONFIRM PLUSCODE NO. THEN RETRY is displayed for about 5 seconds, then the VCR Plus+ screen reappears.

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4 Input receiving channel number


FUNCTION SET UP CLOCK SET TUNER SET UP
MENU

The guide channel number, which is GUIDE CH 12 assigned to the TV or VCR CH cable station for the PlusCode number that you entered in OK SELECT WITH ARROW KEYS SELECT THEN PRESS [OK] EXIT step 3, will appear automatically on the Guide Channel Set Up screen. Press @ # to input the number of the channel on which the broadcast for the PlusCode number is received on the VCR or cable box, then press OK.
INITIAL SET UP GUIDE CHANNEL OTHER

7 Return to normal screen

Press @ # to move the arrow to CONFIRM, then press OK. PROGRAM COMPLETED PRESS [TIMER] TO ENTER TIMER STANDBY MODE appears on the screen, then press OK to return to normal screen.

8 Engage timer recording standby mode


Press TIMER (). The VCR turns off automatically and is displayed on the front display panel.

The Guide Channel Set screen appears only when you input the PlusCode number of a station for which the guide channel number has not been set previously. If you receive your channels with a cable box and if you have properly set your Controller, CABLE CH appears in place of VCR CH. If not, refer to pages 15 17. In that case, it is possible to change the channel by 10 channels by pressing and holding @ #.

To use the VCR while it is in timer recording standby mode


Press TIMER () to cancel the timer recording standby mode, then press POWER to turn on the VCR. DO NOT forget to put the VCR into timer recording standby mode again by pressing TIMER () after you use the VCR; otherwise, you cannot record the broadcasts you want. When AUTO TIMER ( pg. 57) is set to ON, the timer recording standby mode is automatically engaged when the VCR is turned off. It is temporarily canceled when the VCR is turned on. You do not have to press TIMER () to engage or disengage the timer recording standby mode.

5 Check program data


The PlusCode number you entered and the corresponding timer recording program is displayed on the Program screen. Check to make sure it is accurate.

TIMER PROGRAM PLUSCODE NO. START TIME 8:00 PM

12345
DATE 12/24/03 (WED) DAILY/WEEKLY EVERY WED CH 12 CH SOURCE CATV

STOP TIME 10:00 PM REC SPEED STD (SP)

IMPORTANT
If you have moved to a different area or if a broadcasting stations channel number has been changed, the wrong VCR CH or CABLE CH number will be displayed on the Program screen in step 5. When this happens, set the correct guide channel number for that station. ( pg. 36, Changing VCR Plus+ Setting)

CONFIRM
PROG.

CANCEL
SET PROGRAM WITH [+/, REC SPEED, 8=DAILY, 9=WEEKLY] THEN PRESS "CONFIRM"

EXIT START STOP DATE CH

To change the start/stop time, date or channel setting, press the corresponding buttons to change the settings; START +/, STOP +/, DATE +/, TV/VCR CH +/. To timer-record daily or weekly serials, press DAILY (number 8) or WEEKLY (number 9). MON FRI, MON SAT, SUN SAT or EVERY _ _ _ appears on the Program screen. Pressing the button again makes each corresponding display disappear. For the SOURCE setting, refer to page 39. If you made a mistake, press BACK to access the VCR Plus+ screen again and input the correct PlusCode number.

NOTES:
Even if a power failure occurs, the VCR keeps your timer programs. However, the clock time is lost if it lasts for more than 10 minutes. As a result, when the power is supplied again to this VCR after the power failure, the following will take place. 1. This VCR starts Auto Clock Set automatically to restore the clock time. 2. If the clock time is restored correctly and AUTO TIMER is set to ON, each timer program you have made will start at its start time unless its end time has elapsed. If the tape reaches its end during timer recording, , , and # blink. To timer-record cable channels received through a cable box, be sure to keep the cable box turned on.

6 Set recording speed

Press REC SPEED to set the recording speed.

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TIMER RECORDING (cont.)


IMPORTANT
If you have moved to a different area or if a broadcasting stations channel number has been changed, the wrong VCR CH or CABLE CH number will be displayed on the Program screen ( step 5 on page 35). When this happens, perform the following steps to set the correct guide channel number for that station.

Changing VCR Plus+ Setting


Turn on the VCR and the TV, and select the AV mode on the TV. Set the VCR/TV/CABLE/DBS selector on the Remote to VCR.

To ensure that VCR Plus+ timer recording operates correctly, it is necessary to set the VCR Plus+ Guide Channel Set for each station. Read the following information carefully.

VCR CABLE TV /DBS

VCR Plus+ guide channel matching The VCR Plus+ programing system assigns a VCR Plus+ guide channel to the TV channels and the cable channels. These guide channel numbers are also called the VCR Plus+ channel codes. TV listings often have a section in chart form, indicating the guide channel number assigned to each station. For accurate VCR Plus+ programing, the VCR Plus+ guide channel number for each station should match the channel number on which it is received in your area.

NOTES:
In many instances, the VCR Plus+ guide channel numbers for cable and broadcast TV stations DO NOT match the channel number on which it is received by your VCR or cable box. Check your TV listing, or contact your cable supplier for details. Many TV stations can be viewed on cable. Check your TV listing, or contact your cable supplier for details.

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2-4

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OTHER

1 Access Main Menu screen 2 Access Guide Channel Set screen


Press MENU.
FUNCTION SET UP CLOCK SET TUNER SET UP
MENU

4 Input receiving channel number


OTHER

1 Press @ # move the arrow to GUIDE CH 6 INITIAL SET VCR CH UP, then press or OK. 2 Press @ # to move OK SELECT WITH ARROW KEYS SELECT THEN PRESS [OK] EXIT the arrow to GUIDE CHANNEL, then press or OK.
INITIAL SET UP GUIDE CHANNEL

Press % to move the arrow to VCR CH, then press @ # to input the number of the channel on which the guide channels broadcasts are received. Repeat steps 3 and 4 for each instance.

(Ex.) If WNJU(Ind.) is received on channel 47


TUNER SET UP INITIAL SET UP GUIDE CHANNEL

FUNCTION SET UP CLOCK SET

GUIDE CH VCR CH

6 47

MENU

OK SELECT

EXIT

SELECT WITH ARROW KEYS THEN PRESS [OK]

Input guide channel number


Press @ # to input the VCR Plus+ guide channel number as shown in the TV listing.
(Ex.) When inputting the guide channel number 6 for WNJU(Ind.)
FUNCTION SET UP CLOCK SET TUNER SET UP INITIAL SET UP OTHER GUIDE CHANNEL

5 Return to normal screen


Press MENU.

If you receive your VCR CH channels with a cable box and if OK SELECT WITH ARROW KEYS you have properly SELECT THEN PRESS [OK] EXIT set your Controller, CABLE CH appears in place of VCR CH. If not, refer to pages 15 17 and re-perform the procedure. In that case, it is possible to change the channel by 10 channels by pressing and holding @ # in steps 3 and 4.
MENU

GUIDE CH

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TIMER RECORDING (cont.)


You can directly program the VCRs timer to record up to 24 broadcasts, as far as a year in advance. Remember, the clock must be set before you can program the timer ( pg. 10).

Express Timer Programing


Turn on the VCR and the TV, and select the AV mode on the TV. Set the VCR/TV/CABLE/DBS selector on the Remote to VCR.

1 Load a cassette

Make sure the record safety tab is intact. If not, cover the hole with adhesive tape, then load it into the VCR. The VCR turns on, and the counter is reset, automatically.

POWER

IN F-1

2 Access VCR PLUS+ screen 3 Access Program screen 4 Set program start time
Press PROGRAM. Press START +/ once. Press START +/ repeatedly to enter the time you want recording to start.
TIMER PROGRAM START TIME 8:00 PM STOP TIME : AM REC SPEED STD (SP) CONFIRM
PROG.

DATE / / DAILY/WEEKLY EVERY SUN

CH SOURCE

TIMER ( )

Press and hold START +/ to increase the time in 30-minute intervals.

CANCEL
SET PROGRAM WITH [+/, REC SPEED 8=DAILY, 9=WEEKLY] THEN PRESS "CONFIRM"

EXIT START STOP DATE CH

POWER
VCR CABLE TV /DBS

5 Set program stop time 6 Set program date

Press STOP +/ repeatedly to enter the time you want recording to stop. Press and hold STOP +/ to increase the time in 30-minute intervals.

2 3-7
DBS DAILY

0
TIMER ( )

8
WEEKLY

Press DATE +/. (The current date is displayed on the screen. The date you enter appears in its place.)

7 Set channel number

Press TV/VCR CH +/. If you are using a DBS receiver, see ATTENTION FOR DBS RECEIVER USERS on next page. Holding down TV/VCR CH +/ rapidly changes the channel numbers.

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8 Set recording speed 9 Return to normal screen

NOTES:
Even if a power failure occurs, the VCR keeps your timer programs. However, the clock time is lost if it lasts for more than 10 minutes. As a result, when the power is supplied again to this VCR after the power failure, the following will take place. 1. This VCR starts Auto Clock Set automatically to restore the clock time. 2. If the clock time is restored correctly and AUTO TIMER is set to ON, each timer program you have made will start at its start time unless its end time has elapsed. Programs that start after midnight must have the next days date. After timer recording is completed, the VCR turns off automatically. You can program the timer recording while a regular recording is in progress; the menu screens will not be recorded. If the tape reaches its end during timer recording, , , and # blink. To timer-record cable or satellite channels, be sure to keep the cable box or DBS receiver turned on.

Press REC SPEED to set the recording speed.

Press @ # to move the arrow to CONFIRM, then press OK. PROGRAM COMPLETED PRESS [TIMER] TO ENTER TIMER STANDBY MODE appears on the screen, then press OK to return to normal screen.

0 Engage timer recording standby mode


Press TIMER (). The VCR turns off automatically and is displayed on the front display panel.

To timer-record daily or weekly serials


Press DAILY (number 8) or WEEKLY (number 9) anytime during steps 4 through 8. MON FRI, MON SAT, SUN SAT or EVERY _ _ _ appears on the Program screen. Pressing the button again makes the corresponding indication disappear.

ATTENTION FOR DBS RECEIVER USERS


If you are using a DBS receiver (unless INPUT CH is set to OFF on DBS Receiver Set screen pg. 19), the band indication (TV, CATV or DBS) appears under the channel number indication (SOURCE). TV :To timer-record a regular TV broadcast received on the VCR. CATV :To timer-record a cable TV broadcast received on the VCR, or through a cable box (unless INPUT CH is set to OFF on Cable Set Up screen pg. 16). DBS :To timer-record a satellite broadcast received through a DBS receiver.
TIMER PROGRAM START TIME 8:00 PM STOP TIME 10:00 PM DATE CH 12/24/03 (WED) DAILY/WEEKLY EVERY WED 110 CH REC SPEED STD (SP) CANCEL SOURCE DBS CONFIRM
PROG.

To use the VCR while it is in timer recording standby mode


Press TIMER () to cancel the timer recording standby mode, then press POWER to turn on the VCR. DO NOT forget to put the VCR into timer recording standby mode again by pressing TIMER () after you use the VCR; otherwise, you cannot record the broadcast you want. When AUTO TIMER ( pg. 57) is set to ON, the timer recording standby mode is automatically engaged when the VCR is turned off. It is temporarily canceled when the VCR is turned on. You do not have to press TIMER () to engage or disengage the timer recording standby mode.

SET PROGRAM WITH [+/, REC SPEED,7=DBS, 8=DAILY, 9=WEEKLY] THEN PRESS "CONFIRM"

EXIT START STOP DATE CH

NOTE:
If BAND is set to TV on the Tuner Set Up Screen ( pg. 14) and INPUT CH is set to OFF on Cable Set Up screen ( pg. 16), CATV will not be displayed on the Program screen; If BAND is set to CATV or INPUT CH is set to ON on Cable Set Up screen, TV will not be displayed.

If the channel number entered requires that the band be set, 7=DBS is displayed on the screen. If this happens, press the Number key 7 (DBS) to select DBS.

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Turn on the VCR and the TV, and select the AV mode on the TV. Set the VCR/TV/CABLE/DBS selector on the Remote to VCR.

TIMER RECORDING (cont.)

B
1 2

Canceling or changing program settings


Access Program screen
Repeat steps 1 to 3 in the left column.

A -1
VCR CABLE TV /DBS

Cancel or change program setting


To cancel a program, press OK with the arrow on CANCEL, then press OK with the arrow on CONFIRM. OR
TIMER PROGRAM START TIME 8:00 PM STOP TIME 10:00 PM REC SPEED STD (SP) CONFIRM
PROG.

A -2,3 B -3 A -1 B -4 B -2

DATE 12/24/03 (WED) DAILY/WEEKLY WED

CH 12 CH SOURCE CATV

CANCEL
SET PROGRAM WITH [+/, REC SPEED, 8=DAILY, 9=WEEKLY] THEN PRESS "CONFIRM"

B -2

EXIT START STOP DATE CH

press CANCEL, then press OK. PROGRAM CANCELED appears on the screen, then press OK to return to the program list. To change a program, press the appropriate button: START+/, STOP+/, DATE+/, TV/VCR CH+/, DAILY (number 8), WEEKLY (number 9) and/or REC SPEED, then press OK. PROGRAM COMPLETED PRESS [TIMER] TO ENTER TIMER STANDBY MODE appears on the screen, then press OK to return to the program list.

A -3 B -2

3 4

Return to normal screen


Press PROG. CHECK.

Reengage timer recording standby mode


Press TIMER (). When AUTO TIMER ( pg. 57) is set to ON, the timer recording standby mode automatically resumes when you turn off the VCR.

A Checking program settings 1 Disengage timer


Press TIMER (), then press POWER. When AUTO TIMER ( pg. 57) is set to ON, you do not have to press TIMER ().

Access Program List screen


Press PROG. CHECK. The clock must be set to access the program list. If you have not set the clock, the Main Menu OK SELECT WITH ARROW KEYS SELECT THEN PRESS [OK] EXIT screen appears after an error message is displayed. Refer to page 10 for the clock setting procedure.
PROGRAM CHECK DATE START STOP DAILY/WEEKLY TUE CH 12/24/03 (WED) 8:00PM 10:00PM
PROG.CHECK

REC SPEED

CATV12CH STD (SP)

12/27/03 (SAT) 11:00PM 11:45PM MONFRI VCR47CH STD (SP) 12/28/03 (SUN) 10:30PM 11:45PM MONFRI DBS110CH STD (SP)

Access Program screen


Press % to select a program, then press OK to check more detailed information. To return to the normal screen, press PROG. CHECK.

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ATTENTION
If there is a conflict in the timer schedule and one program overlaps with another, only the parts shown below in gray will be recorded. You can also use the following functions for timer recording.

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Other Useful functions for timer recording

Pattern 1:

The program with the lower program number will be recorded.


10:00 11:00 12:00

Program 1 Program 2

CH10 CH40

Not recorded

Auto Timer ( pg. 57) When AUTO TIMER is set to ON, the timer recording standby mode is automatically engaged when the VCR is turned off. It is temporarily canceled when the VCR is turned on. You do not have to press TIMER () to engage or disengage the timer recording standby mode. Auto SP = EP Timer (S-VHS/VHS only) ( pg. 57) If there is not enough tape to record the entire broadcast for recording in SP mode, the VCR automatically switches to EP mode to allow complete recording. This feature is especially handy when recording a broadcast of more than 2 hours in length.

Pattern 2:

The program starting earlier will be recorded.


10:00 11:00 12:00

CH10 Program 1 Program 2 CH40

Not recorded

Pattern 3:

The program starting earlier will be recorded, followed by the remaining portion of the other program.
11:00 12:00

10:00

Program 1

CH10

Program 2 Not recorded

CH40

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VIDEO NAVIGATION
This function is useful when you want to quickly find programs you have recorded on a tape using this VCR. This function allows you to select a program to watch, and then automatically search for the beginning of the program.

Navigation Playback
Turn on the VCR and the TV, and select the AV mode on the TV. Set the VCR/TV/CABLE/DBS selector on the Remote to VCR.

1 Load a cassette

Insert a tape recorded on this VCR. The VCR turns on automatically. The tape will run for a few seconds while the VCR searches for the tape number recorded. If tape number is found, it will be shown on the TV screen if SUPERIMPOSE is set to ON ( pg. 57). The counter is reset automatically, however, it is not completely reset to 0:00:00. If the cassettes record safety tab has been removed, playback begins automatically.

VCR CABLE TV /DBS

2 Access Video Navigation screen


Press NAVI.
Navigation SEARCH LIBRARY BLANK NAVI. SET UP
1/3

After pressing NAVI, it may take a few seconds to access the Title screen while the EXIT VCR searches for the Video Navigation information.
NAVI

0107 ALL SPORTS TAPE 1. SYDNEY OLYMPIC 2. FOOTBALL 3. EURO 96 ENGLAND 4. PROJECT XYZ

BLANK 2:00 (LS3)

SYDNEY OLYMPIC 12/21/02 SAT 6:30 AM 5:53 PM


PLAY STOP DELETE

[SHOW] DBS 256CH


EDIT

LS3

OK SELECT

SELECT WITH ARROW KEYS THEN PRESS [OK]

3 Select program
2
A -1,4

3-4
A -2,3

Press % to select the program you want to watch, then press OK.

4 Start playback

Press @ # to move the arrow to PLAY, then press OK. Playback starts automatically after the selected program is located.

NOTES:

If you press NAVI while Video Navigation is deactivated, the Navigation Set Up screen appears. Set "NAVIGATION" to "ON" ( pg. 43). Video Navigation playback is possible only with the tape recorded on this VCR. To record the date and time as the program title in this VCR's memory, make sure the VCRs clock is set correctly before recording. To record the program information in this VCRs memory, you must record each program for over the minimum recording time; 5 min for the D-VHS (HS) mode, 10 min for the D-VHS (STD) mode, 30 min for the D-VHS (LS3) mode, 50 min for the D-VHS (LS5) mode, 5 min for the S-VHS/VHS (SP) mode and 15 min for S-VHS/VHS (EP) mode. Video Navigation may not work properly for some tapes. During playback or when searching for the beginning of a program, a VCR might find two different tape numbers recorded on a tape. After you remove this tape, the tape will be assigned just one tape number (the smaller one). After this, the higher tape number will be missing from the memorys tape number list. Tape program information is stored in this VCRs memory. If this VCRs memory is damaged and the program information is lost, it is impossible to restore that information. After recording a tape on this VCR, write the tape number on a label and affix the label to the tape in order to allow you to find the tape by its number. The on-screen display is output to the TV with S-VIDEO, VIDEO, COMPONENT VIDEO signal in 480i image format.

EN
How to read the Video Navigation screen
1
Navigation SEARCH LIBRARY BLANK NAVI. SET UP
1/3

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A
1
4

Deactivating Video Navigation

If you do not want to store program information, you can deactivate the Video Navigation function.

0107 ALL SPORTS TAPE 1. SYDNEY OLYMPIC 2. FOOTBALL 3. EURO 96 ENGLAND 4. PROJECT XYZ SYDNEY OLYMPIC 12/21/02 SAT 6:30 AM 5:53 PM
PLAY STOP

BLANK 2:00 (LS3)

Access Video Navigation screen


Press NAVI.

Access Navigation Set Up screen


Press % @ # to move the arrow to NAVI. SET UP, then press or OK.
Navigation SEARCH LIBRARY BLANK NAVI. SET UP

[SHOW] DBS 256CH


DELETE EDIT

LS3

5 6

NAVIGATION SET UP

USED MEMORY 66%

EXIT
NAVI

OK SELECT

SELECT WITH ARROW KEYS THEN PRESS [OK]

NAVIGATION

OFF

1 Tape number and tape title 2 Maximum blank time on the tape 3 [Page No./Total Page No.] (only 4 programs can be shown at a time) 4 Program title included on a tape 5 The detailed program information currently selected (date, channel, category, start time, end time, recording speed) 6 Operational commands Example
SYDNEY OLYMPIC 8:00 (LS3) BLANK 2:00 (LS3) EURO 96 ENGLAND 4:00 (LS3)

EXIT
NAVI

OK SELECT

SELECT WITH ARROW KEYS THEN PRESS [OK]

Deactivate Video Navigation


Press @ #. Each time you press @ #, Video Navigation turns ON or OFF.
Navigation SEARCH LIBRARY BLANK NAVI. SET UP

NAVIGATION SET UP

USED MEMORY 66%

NAVIGATION

OFF

EXIT

BLANK 1:00 (LS3)

OK SELECT

NAVI

SELECT WITH ARROW KEYS THEN PRESS [OK]

Return to normal screen


Press NAVI.

Blank part* * BLANK appears for non-recorded part, the part whose information has been deleted manually ( pg. 52), or the part where new program has been recorded.

NOTE:
If you press NAVI when a cassette is not loaded, NO TAPE! appears on the TV screen. If the VCR does not recognize the tape number of the loaded cassette, UNRECOGNIZED TAPE NUMBER! appears on the TV screen.

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VIDEO NAVIGATION (cont.)


You can find a tape you want using Video Navigation. You have four methods to find tapes; by tape number, by program title, by category, by recording date, and by tape remaining time.

Finding Tapes
Turn on the VCR and the TV, and select the AV mode on the TV. Set the VCR/TV/CABLE/DBS selector on the Remote to VCR.

A
1 2

Finding by tape number


Access Video Navigation screen
Press NAVI.

Use the Remote to do the following operations.

VCR CABLE TV /DBS

Access Library screen


Press % @ # to move the arrow to LIBRARY, then press or OK.
Navigation SEARCH TAPE NUMBER LIBRARY TITLE BLANK CATEGORY NAVI. SET UP DATE

EXIT
NAVI

OK SELECT

SELECT WITH ARROW KEYS THEN PRESS [OK]

Access tape number list screen


Press @ # to move the arrow to TAPE NUMBER, then press OK. The tape number list screen appears, being sorted by the tape numbers.
Navigation SEARCH TAPE NUMBER LIBRARY TITLE BLANK CATEGORY NAVI. SET UP DATE

EXIT
NAVI

OK SELECT

SELECT WITH ARROW KEYS THEN PRESS [OK]

A -1,5 B -4 C -4

A -24 B -2,3 C -2,3

Confirm tape number lists


Navigation SEARCH
TAPE NUMBER LIST 0017* SOCCER 0017* 0017* 1. JAPAN VS KOREA 2. ENGLAND VS BRAZIL

LIBRARY

BLANK

NAVI. SET UP
1/3

0016 EURO 2000 SOCCER 12/21/02 SAT 6:30 AM 5:53 PM


SEARCH RETURN DELETE

[SPORT] DBS 256CH


EDIT

LS3

1st page (out of 3 pages in this example) of the tape number lists is shown.

EXIT
NAVI

OK SELECT

SELECT WITH ARROW KEYS THEN PRESS [OK]

Switch for changing the order

To play back a selected program on the list screen


1 Select the program that you want to watch, then press OK. 2 Insert the corresponding tape. 3 Press OK again with the arrow on SEARCH. 4 Confirm that the desired program is highlighted, then press OK.
Playback starts automatically after the selected program is located.

is displayed beside the tape number of the loaded cassette. The cassette mark is displayed on the left of the tape title. The items without the cassette marks are the program titles included in the tape. To go to another page of the lists, press < or >. To play back the desired program, refer to To play back a selected program on the list screen in the left column.

Return to normal screen


Press NAVI.

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45

B
1 2

Finding by program title


Follow steps 1 to 2 on page 44, then go to the following steps Access title screen
Press @ # to move the arrow to TITLE, then press OK.
Navigation SEARCH TAPE NUMBER LIBRARY TITLE BLANK CATEGORY NAVI. SET UP DATE

C
1 2

Finding by category

Use the Remote to do the following operations.

Use the Remote to do the following operations. To find a program by category, be sure to select program category in advance ( pg. 50).

Follow steps 1 to 2 on page 44, then go to the following steps Access category screen
Press @ # to move the arrow to CATEGORY, then press OK.
Navigation SEARCH TAPE NUMBER LIBRARY TITLE BLANK CATEGORY NAVI. SET UP DATE

EXIT
NAVI

OK SELECT

SELECT WITH ARROW KEYS THEN PRESS [OK]

Confirm lists
is displayed beside the tape number of the loaded cassette. The cassette mark is displayed on the left EXIT OK SELECT WITH ARROW KEYS SELECT THEN PRESS [OK] of the tape title. The items without the cassette marks are the program titles included in the tape. To go to another page of the lists, press < or >. To play back the desired program, refer to To play back a selected program on the list screen on page 44.

EXIT
Navigation SEARCH LIBRARY BLANK NAVI. SET UP
1/3

OK SELECT

TITLE LIST

0017* SOCCER

NAVI

SELECT WITH ARROW KEYS THEN PRESS [OK]

Confirm lists
is displayed beside the tape number of the loaded cassette. The cassette mark is displayed on the left EXIT OK SELECT WITH ARROW KEYS SELECT THEN PRESS [OK] of the tape title. The items without the cassette marks are the program titles included in the tape. To go to another page of the lists, press < or >. To play back the desired program, refer to To play back a selected program on the list screen on page 44.

0017*

1. JAPAN VS KOREA

0017*

2. ENGLAND VS BRAZIL

0016 EURO 2000

Navigation

SEARCH

LIBRARY

BLANK

NAVI. SET UP
1/3

CATEGORY LIST

SOCCER 12/21/02 SAT 6:30 AM 5:53 PM


SEARCH RETURN

[SPORT] DBS 256CH

LS3

0017* SOCCER

DELETE

EDIT

0017*

1. JAPAN VS KOREA

0017*

2. ENGLAND VS BRAZIL

0016 EURO 2000

NAVI

SOCCER 12/21/02 SAT 6:30 AM 5:53 PM


SEARCH RETURN

[SPORT] DBS 256CH

LS3

DELETE

EDIT

NAVI

Return to normal screen


Press NAVI.

Return to normal screen


Press NAVI.

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VIDEO NAVIGATION (cont.)

Finding by recording date


Follow steps 1 to 2 on page 44, then go to the following steps Access date screen
Press @ # to move the arrow to DATE, then press OK. The list screen appears, being sorted by the recording date.
Navigation SEARCH TAPE NUMBER LIBRARY TITLE BLANK CATEGORY NAVI. SET UP DATE

Use the Remote to do the following operations.

1 2

EXIT
NAVI

OK SELECT

SELECT WITH ARROW KEYS THEN PRESS [OK]

Confirm lists
is displayed beside the tape number of the loaded cassette. The cassette mark is displayed on the left EXIT OK SELECT WITH ARROW KEYS SELECT THEN PRESS [OK] of the tape title. The items without the cassette marks are the program titles included in the tape. To go to another page of the lists, press < or >. To play back the desired program, refer to To play back a selected program on the list screen on page 44.

Navigation

SEARCH

LIBRARY

BLANK

NAVI. SET UP
1/3

DATE LIST

0017* SOCCER

0017*

1. JAPAN VS KOREA

0017*

2. ENGLAND VS BRAZIL

0016 EURO 2000

SOCCER 12/21/02 SAT 6:30 AM 5:53 PM


SEARCH RETURN

[SPORT] DBS 256CH

LS3

D -4 E -1

D -2,3 E -24,6

DELETE

EDIT

NAVI

Return to normal screen


Press NAVI.

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NAVI. SET UP
1/3

E
1 2

Finding blank space

Select tape number


Press %, then press OK. To go to another page of the lists, press < or >.
Navigation SEARCH
BLANK SPACE LIST

You can find a tape whose remaining time is enough for a program you want to record. Use the Remote to do the following operations.

LIBRARY
10:00 LS5

BLANK

0003 10:00 BLANK 0002 12:00 BLANK 0001 17:00 BLANK 0004 23:00 BLANK TITLE 11/01/29 MON 11:34 AM
STOP SEARCH RETURN

Access Video Navigation screen


Press NAVI.

EXIT
NAVI

OK SELECT

SELECT WITH ARROW KEYS THEN PRESS [OK]

Access Blank Space List screen


Press % @ # to move the arrow to BLANK, then press or OK.
Navigation SEARCH LIBRARY BLANK NAVI. SET UP

5
RECORDING CONDITION LS3 2:00

Load a cassette
Insert the cassette whose number you have found in step 4.

BLANK SPACE LIST

RECORDING MODE BLANK TIME

Select blank
Press @ # to move the arrow to STOP, then press OK. The VCR will start search for the beginning of the blank part, then stop.
Navigation SEARCH
BLANK SPACE LIST

LIBRARY
10:00 LS5

BLANK

NAVI. SET UP
1/3

EXIT
NAVI

OK SELECT

SELECT WITH ARROW KEYS THEN PRESS [OK]

0003 10:00 BLANK 0002 12:00 BLANK 0001 17:00 BLANK 0004 23:00 BLANK TITLE 11/01/29 MON 11:34 AM
STOP SEARCH RETURN

Set condition
Press % to move the arrow to RECORDING MODE, then press @ # to select the recording speed. Press % to move the arrow to BLANK TIME, then press @ # to select the blank time. Then press OK.
Navigation SEARCH LIBRARY BLANK NAVI. SET UP

EXIT
NAVI

OK SELECT

SELECT WITH ARROW KEYS THEN PRESS [OK]

BLANK SPACE LIST

RECORDING CONDITION LS3 2:00

RECORDING MODE BLANK TIME

Prepare for recording


See page 26 for recording.

EXIT
NAVI

OK SELECT

SELECT WITH ARROW KEYS THEN PRESS [OK] TO LIST

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VIDEO NAVIGATION (cont.)


When you record a TV program on this VCR, the VCR automatically records the recording start time, date, and channel in each program title. If the tape is recorded for the first time, the tape number and the date and time are recorded in the tape title. You can then edit the tape title and the program titles as you like. You can also edit the category in the program title. In short, you can use the Video Navigation function to create your own video tape library.

Editing Titles
Turn on the VCR and the TV, and select the AV mode on the TV. Set the VCR/TV/CABLE/DBS selector on the Remote to VCR.

A
VCR CABLE TV /DBS

Editing tape title

When you want to edit the tape title, follow the procedure below by using the Remote.

1 2

Access Video Navigation screen


Press NAVI.

Access Library screen


Press % @ # to move the arrow to LIBRARY, then press or OK.
Navigation SEARCH TAPE NUMBER LIBRARY TITLE BLANK CATEGORY NAVI. SET UP DATE

A -6
Number keys CANCEL

EXIT
NAVI

OK SELECT

SELECT WITH ARROW KEYS THEN PRESS [OK]

3
A -1,7 A -26

Access tape number list screen

Navigation SEARCH TAPE NUMBER LIBRARY TITLE BLANK CATEGORY NAVI. SET UP DATE

Press @ # to move the arrow to TAPE NUMBER, then press OK. EXIT The tape number list screen appears, being sorted by the tape numbers.
NAVI

OK SELECT

SELECT WITH ARROW KEYS THEN PRESS [OK]

Select tape number


Press % to select the tape number for which you want to edit the title, then press OK.

Navigation SEARCH
TAPE NUMBER LIST 0017* SOCCER 0017* 0017* 1. JAPAN VS KOREA 2. ENGLAND VS BRAZIL

LIBRARY

BLANK

NAVI. SET UP
1/3

0016 EURO 2000 SOCCER 12/21/02 SAT 6:30 AM 5:53 PM


SEARCH RETURN DELETE

[SPORT] DBS 256CH


EDIT

LS3

EXIT
NAVI

OK SELECT

SELECT WITH ARROW KEYS THEN PRESS [OK]

is displayed beside the tape number of the loaded cassette. The cassette mark is displayed on the left of the tape title. The items without the cassette marks are the program titles included in the tape. To go to another page of the lists, press < or >.

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49

Access edit screen


Press @ # to move the arrow to EDIT, then press OK.
Navigation SEARCH
TAPE NUMBER LIST 0017* SOCCER 0017* 0017* 1. JAPAN VS KOREA 2. ENGLAND VS BRAZIL

How to enter the characters and symbols with the number keys on the Remote
LIBRARY BLANK NAVI. SET UP
1/3

Press the Number keys, then press > to enter each character. Refer to the example below. (Ex.) Enter JVC NEWS. 1 Press 5 (JKL) once to enter J, then press >. 2 Press 8 (TUV) three times to enter V, then press >. 3 Press 2 (ABC) three times to enter C, then press >. 4 Press 0 ( ) twice to enter (space), then press >. 5 Press 6 (MNO) twice to enter N, then press >. 6 Press 3 (DEF) twice to enter E, then press >. 7 Press 9 (WXYZ) once to enter W, then press >. 8 Press 7 (PQRS) four times to enter S, then press >.
NUMBER KEY 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 0 .,?+ ABCabc2 DEFdef3 GHIghi4 JKLjkl5 MNOmno6 PQRSpqrs7 TUVtuv8 WXYZwxyz9 0 _(space) CHARACTERS

0016 EURO 2000 SOCCER 12/21/02 SAT 6:30 AM 5:53 PM


SEARCH RETURN DELETE

[SPORT] DBS 256CH


EDIT

LS3

EXIT
NAVI

OK SELECT

SELECT WITH ARROW KEYS THEN PRESS [OK]

Enter title
1 Press % @ # to move the arrow on the desired > < character or symbol, then press OK. EXIT OK SELECT WITH ARROW KEYS OR SELECT THEN PRESS [OK] Press the Number keys to enter the title. For entering the characters as the title, refer to How to enter the characters and symbols on the right column. (In this example, enter JVC NEWS.) 2 Press % @ # to move the arrow to ENTER, then press OK.
Navigation EDIT TITLE
SYDNEY OLYMPIC ALL ERASE ERASE NEXT BACK SYDNEY OLYMPIC 12/21/02 MON 6:30 AM - 5:53 PM
RETURN ENTER

[SHOW] DBS 256CH

LS3

EDIT CATEGORY

NAVI

/[]1

Return to normal screen


Press NAVI.

NOTES:
If you want to delete a character, select the character, then press CLEAR or press OK with the arrow on ERASE. If you want to delete all characters, press OK with the arrow on ALL ERASE.

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B
Entering or Editing program title

VIDEO NAVIGATION (cont.)

Editing program category

When you want to edit the program title, follow the procedure below by using the Remote.

When you want to change the program category, follow the procedure below by using the Remote.

1 2 3

Load a cassette
Insert a tape on which there is a program you want to edit.

1 2 3
Navigation SEARCH LIBRARY BLANK NAVI. SET UP
1/3 0107 ALL SPORTS TAPE 1. SYDNEY OLYMPIC 2. FOOTBALL 3. EURO 96 ENGLAND 4. PROJECT XYZ SYDNEY OLYMPIC 12/21/02 SAT 6:30 AM 5:53 PM
PLAY STOP DELETE

Load a cassette
Insert a tape on which there is a program you want to edit.

Access Video Navigation screen


Press NAVI.

Access Video Navigation screen


Press NAVI.

Select program
Press % to select the program you want to edit, then press OK.

Select program
Press % to select the program you want to edit, then press OK.
BLANK 2:00 (LS3)

4 5

Access edit screen


Press @ # to move the arrow to EDIT, then press OK.

[SHOW] DBS 256CH


EDIT

LS3

EXIT
NAVI

OK SELECT

SELECT WITH ARROW KEYS THEN PRESS [OK]

Access category screen


Press % @ # to move the arrow to EDIT CATEGORY, then press OK.
Navigation EDIT TITLE
SYDNEY OLYMPIC ALL ERASE ERASE NEXT >

Access edit screen


Press @ # to move the arrow to EDIT, then press OK.
Navigation SEARCH LIBRARY BLANK NAVI. SET UP
1/3 0107 ALL SPORTS TAPE 1. SYDNEY OLYMPIC 2. FOOTBALL 3. EURO 96 ENGLAND 4. PROJECT XYZ SYDNEY OLYMPIC 12/21/02 SAT 6:30 AM 5:53 PM
PLAY STOP DELETE

< BACK

BLANK 2:00 (LS3)

SYDNEY OLYMPIC 12/21/02 MON 6:30 AM - 5:53 PM


RETURN ENTER

[SHOW] DBS 256CH


EDIT CATEGORY

LS3

EXIT
[SHOW] DBS 256CH
EDIT
NAVI

OK SELECT

SELECT WITH ARROW KEYS THEN PRESS [OK]

LS3

EXIT
NAVI

OK SELECT

SELECT WITH ARROW KEYS THEN PRESS [OK]

Select category
Press %@ # to select the category you want, then press OK.
Navigation EDIT CATEGORY
MOVIES CHILD MUSIC RELIGION SOAPS EDUCATION COMEDY OTHERS SPORTS SERIES CLASSIC MISCELLANY NEWS SPECIAL SHOPPING

Enter title
1 Press % @ # to move the arrow on > < the desired character or symbol, then press OK. EXIT OK SELECT WITH ARROW KEYS OR SELECT THEN PRESS [OK] Press the Number keys to enter the title. For entering the characters as the title, refer to How to enter the characters and symbols on page 49. (In this example, enter JVC NEWS.) 2 Press % @ # to move the arrow to ENTER, then press OK.
Navigation EDIT TITLE
SYDNEY OLYMPIC ALL ERASE ERASE NEXT BACK SYDNEY OLYMPIC 12/21/02 MON 6:30 AM - 5:53 PM
RETURN ENTER

SYDNEY OLYMPIC 12/21/02 MON 6:30 AM - 5:53 PM RETURN EDIT TITLE

[SHOW] DBS 256CH

LS3

EXIT
NAVI

OK SELECT

[SHOW] DBS 256CH

SELECT WITH ARROW KEYS THEN PRESS [OK]

LS3

EDIT CATEGORY

NAVI

Return to normal screen


Press NAVI.

Return to normal screen


Press NAVI.

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VCR CABLE TV /DBS

Deleting tape information

When you want to delete the entire tape information (information for all recorded programs on the tape), follow the procedure below by using the Remote. Tape information for the Video Navigation function is deleted, but the recorded programs will not be erased.

ATTENTION
Once the information is deleted, it is impossible to restore that information.

B -5

1 2

Follow steps 1 to 3 on page 48, then go to the following steps Select tape number
Press % to select the tape number for which you want to edit the title, then press OK.
Navigation SEARCH
TAPE NUMBER LIST 0017* SOCCER 0017* 0017* 1. JAPAN VS KOREA 2. ENGLAND VS BRAZIL

LIBRARY

BLANK

NAVI. SET UP
1/3

0016 EURO 2000 SOCCER 12/21/02 SAT 6:30 AM 5:53 PM


SEARCH RETURN DELETE

[SPORT] DBS 256CH


EDIT

LS3

B -2,6 C -2,7 D -5

B -35 C -36 D -24

EXIT
NAVI

OK SELECT

SELECT WITH ARROW KEYS THEN PRESS [OK]

is displayed beside the tape number of the loaded cassette. The cassette mark is displayed on the left of the tape title. The items without the cassette marks are the program titles included in the tape. To go to another page of the lists, press < or >.

Access delete screen


Press @ # to move the arrow to DELETE, then press OK.
Navigation SEARCH
TAPE NUMBER LIST 0017* SOCCER 0017* 0017* 1. JAPAN VS KOREA 2. ENGLAND VS BRAZIL

LIBRARY

BLANK

NAVI. SET UP
1/3

0016 EURO 2000 SOCCER 12/21/02 SAT 6:30 AM 5:53 PM


SEARCH RETURN DELETE

[SPORT] DBS 256CH


EDIT

LS3

EXIT
NAVI

OK SELECT

SELECT WITH ARROW KEYS THEN PRESS [OK]

Delete tape information


Press @ # to move the highlight bar to YES, then press OK.
Navigation SEARCH
TAPE NUMBER LIST 0017* SOCCER 0017* 0017* 1. JAPAN VS KOREA 2. ENGLAND VS BRAZIL

LIBRARY

BLANK

NAVI. SET UP
1/3

PROGRAM INFO 0016 EURO 2000 DELETE? SOCCER NO 12/21/02 SAT 6:30 AM 5:53 PM
SEARCH RETURN

[SPORT] YESDBS 256CH


DELETE EDIT

LS3

EXIT
NAVI

OK SELECT

SELECT WITH ARROW KEYS THEN PRESS [OK]

Return to normal screen


Press NAVI.

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E
Deleting program information

VIDEO NAVIGATION (cont.)

F
1 2 3

Checking memory

When you want to delete the stored information for each recorded program, follow the procedure below by using the Remote. Program information for the Video Navigation function is deleted, but the recorded program will not be erased.

You can check the amount of recorded information in the VCRs memory.

Access Video Navigation screen


Press NAVI.

ATTENTION
Once the information is deleted, it is impossible to restore that information.

Access Navigation Set Up screen


Press % @ # to move the arrow to NAVI. SET UP.

1 2 3

Load a cassette
Insert a tape on which there is a program you want to edit.

Check memory
The percentage of the used memory is displayed.
Navigation SEARCH LIBRARY BLANK NAVI. SET UP

NAVIGATION SET UP

USED MEMORY 66%

NAVIGATION

OFF

Access Video Navigation screen


Press NAVI.
EXIT
NAVI

OK SELECT

SELECT WITH ARROW KEYS THEN PRESS [OK]

Select program
Press % to select the program you want to edit, then press OK.
Navigation SEARCH LIBRARY BLANK NAVI. SET UP
1/3 0107 ALL SPORTS TAPE 1. SYDNEY OLYMPIC 2. FOOTBALL 3. EURO 96 ENGLAND 4. PROJECT XYZ SYDNEY OLYMPIC 12/21/02 SAT 6:30 AM 5:53 PM
PLAY STOP DELETE

4
BLANK 2:00 (LS3) [SHOW] DBS 256CH
EDIT

Return to normal screen


Press NAVI.

LS3

EXIT
NAVI

OK SELECT

SELECT WITH ARROW KEYS THEN PRESS [OK]

If memory is full, you have to delete unwanted information to store more information in the VCRs memory.

is displayed beside the tape number of the loaded cassette. The cassette mark is displayed on the left of the tape title. The items without the cassette marks are the program titles included in the tape. To go to another page of the lists, press < or >.

Access delete screen


Press @ # to move the arrow to DELETE, then press OK.
Navigation SEARCH LIBRARY BLANK NAVI. SET UP
1/3 0107 ALL SPORTS TAPE 1. SYDNEY OLYMPIC 2. FOOTBALL 3. EURO 96 ENGLAND 4. PROJECT XYZ SYDNEY OLYMPIC 12/21/02 SAT 6:30 AM 5:53 PM
PLAY STOP DELETE

BLANK 2:00 (LS3)

[SHOW] DBS 256CH


EDIT

LS3

EXIT
NAVI

OK SELECT

SELECT WITH ARROW KEYS THEN PRESS [OK]

Delete program information


Press @ # to move the highlight bar to YES, then press OK.
Navigation SEARCH LIBRARY BLANK NAVI. SET UP
1/3 0107 ALL SPORTS TAPE 1. SYDNEY OLYMPIC 2. FOOTBALL 3. EURO 96 ENGLAND PROGRAM 4. PROJECT XYZ INFO DELETE? SYDNEY OLYMPIC NO 12/21/02 SAT 6:30 AM 5:53 PM
PLAY STOP

BLANK 2:00 (LS3)

YES[SHOW] DBS 256CH


DELETE EDIT

LS3

EXIT
NAVI

OK SELECT

SELECT WITH ARROW KEYS THEN PRESS [OK]

Return to normal screen


Press NAVI.

OTHER USEFUL FUNCTIONS

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Useful Function Settings


Turn on the VCR and the TV, and select the AV mode on the TV. Set the VCR/TV/CABLE/DBS selector on the Remote to VCR.

You can use the other useful function settings on the Function Set Up screens by following the procedure described below. The table below shows the structure of the menu system. FUNCTION SET UP VIDEO FUNCTION ( pg. 54) AUDIO FUNCTION ( pg. 55) IN/OUT FUNCTION ( pg. 56) ADDITIONAL ( pg. 57)

For the functions you can set on the Function Set Up screen, see pages 54 to 59.

VCR CABLE TV /DBS

1 Access Main Menu screen 2 Access Function Set Up screen


Press MENU. Press @ # to move the arrow to FUNCTION SET UP, then press or OK.
FUNCTION SET UP VIDEO FUNCTION

TUNER SET UP

INITIAL SET UP ADDITIONAL

AUDIO FUNCTION IN/OUT FUNCTION

V. CALIBRATION PICTURE CONTROL DIGITAL R3 VIDEO STABILIZER

ON AUTO ON OFF

MENU

OK SELECT

EXIT

SELECT WITH ARROW KEYS THEN PRESS [OK]

3 Select Function Menu


Press @ # to move the arrow to the menu of the function you want to set, then press or OK.

FUNCTION SET UP VIDEO FUNCTION

TUNER SET UP

INITIAL SET UP ADDITIONAL

AUDIO FUNCTION IN/OUT FUNCTION

V. CALIBRATION PICTURE CONTROL DIGITAL R3 VIDEO STABILIZER

ON AUTO ON OFF

MENU

OK SELECT

EXIT

SELECT WITH ARROW KEYS THEN PRESS [OK]

16
BACK

2-5

4 Select Function

Press % to move the arrow to the function you want to set.

FUNCTION SET UP VIDEO FUNCTION

TUNER SET UP

INITIAL SET UP ADDITIONAL

AUDIO FUNCTION IN/OUT FUNCTION

V. CALIBRATION PICTURE CONTROL DIGITAL R3 VIDEO STABILIZER

ON AUTO ON OFF

MENU

OK SELECT

EXIT

SELECT WITH ARROW KEYS THEN PRESS [OK]

5 Change setting 6 Return to normal screen


Press @ #. Press MENU.

NOTE:
To go back to a previous screen during settings, press BACK.

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Video settings [VIDEO FUNCTION]
V. CALIBRATION (S-VHS/VHS only)
ON OFF

OTHER USEFUL FUNCTIONS (cont.)


* The default setting is bold in the table below.

When this function is set to ON, this VCR checks the condition of the tape in use during playback and recording, and compensates to provide the highest-possible pictures. This takes place whenever you play back a tape or start recording after inserting a tape.

NOTES:
During playback, this function is always working even though VIDEO CALIBRATION appears just at the beginning of automatic tracking. During recording, this function works only for the first SP recording and the first EP recording on an inserted tape. For timer recording, this function checks the tape condition both for the SP recording and the EP recording before the first timer recording starts. When you play back rental tapes or tapes recorded on other VCRs, set this function either ON or OFF whichever gives you the best picture.

PICTURE CONTROL (S-VHS/VHS only)


AUTO (NORM) EDIT SOFT SHARP

This function helps you to adjust the playback picture quality according to your preference. AUTO: Normally select this. Picture quality is adjusted (NORM) automatically. When V. CALIBRATION is OFF, NORM will appear instead of AUTO. The quality is not adjusted automatically when NORM appears. EDIT: Minimizes picture degradation during editing (recording and playback). SOFT: Reduces image coarseness when viewing overplayed tapes containing much noise. SHARP: Clearer, sharper-edged picture when viewing images with much flat, same-colored surfaces such as cartoons.

NOTES:
When you select EDIT, SOFT or SHARP, the selected mode will not change until you select again. Select EDIT when you are editing tapes ( pg. 67). After you finish editing the tapes, select AUTO (NORM when V. CALIBRATION is OFF.)

DIGITAL R3 (S-VHS/VHS only)


ON OFF

When this function is set to ON, edge correction to the luminance signal is performed to enhance details. Normally set this function to ON.

NOTES:

Depending on the type of tape being used, picture quality may be better with DIGITAL R3 set to OFF. If you use this VCR as the playback VCR for editing, be sure to set DIGITAL R3 to OFF before starting.

VIDEO STABILIZER (S-VHS/VHS only)


ON OFF

When this function is set to ON, you can correct vertical vibrations in the picture when playing back unstable recordings made on another VCR. This function is available only when playing back tapes recorded in EP mode.

NOTES:

When you finish viewing a tape, be sure to set this function to OFF. Regardless of the setting, this function has no effect during recording and during special effects playback. To watch recordings with close-caption, set this function to OFF. When this function is set to ON, the vertical vibrations may occur. Press CHANNEL + or on the VCR (or TV/VCR CH + or on the Remote) to eliminate vibration.

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Audio settings [AUDIO FUNCTION]


STD AUDIO REC MODE
STANDARD PCM&STANDARD

* The default setting is bold in the table below.

You can select the audio format when you record a program or analog signal from connected devices in STD mode. When this function is set to PCM&STANDARD, you can obtain high-quality audio sound. STANDARD: Select this when the picture quality is important and when you record in MP2 format. PCM&STANDARD: Select this when the sound quality is important. When you record the analog signals or DV signals from the camcorder in STD mode, PCM audio is also recorded in addition to MP2 audio. In HS mode, PCM audio is automatically recorded. Up to four audio signal channels can be input from a DV camcorder through the DV IN connector (i.LINK). This VCR allows you to select and record two of these channels. This setting is used to specify which two channels to record. When there are four DV audio channels (32kHz): AUDIO1: Records the two channels (L/R) of DV AUDIO 1. AUDIO2: Records the two channels (L/R) of DV AUDIO 2. 1+2MIX: Mixes and records both DV AUDIO 1 and 2. When there are two DV audio channels (48kHz): Because there are only two channels, those two channels are recorded regardless of the DV sound setting.

DV AUDIO REC
AUDIO1 AUDIO2 1+2MIX

OPTICAL OUT
Dolby D 2CH-PCM STREAM

This VCR can send the Dolby Digital bitstream or PCM Audio to external devices. When you play back a tape including the Dolby Digital bitstream, and if you have a device equipped with Dolby Digital decoder, set this function to Dolby D. If not, set this function to 2CH-PCM. STREAM will be used when playing back and receiving a audio signals in other new formats. This VCR
COMPONENT VIDEO OUT
Y PB/CB PR/CR

VHF/UHF
ANTENNA

IN

OUT
S VIDEO

IN
IN(L-1)
S VIDEO

i.LINK IN/OUT DV IN S400


ANTENNA

CABLE BOX REMOTE PAUSE/ AV COMPULINK


R AUDIO L

VIDEO

R AUDIO L

OUT
VIDEO

DIGITAL OUT OPTICAL PCM/DOLBY DIGITAL

IN(L-2)

D THEATER REGION 1

Amplifier equipped with Dolby Digital decoder

Note for connection: Remove the protection cap from the cable.

2ND AUDIO REC


ON OFF

When this function is set to ON; If a SAP program is received, the SAP audio is recorded on both the normal and Hi-Fi tracks. The main audio is not recorded. If a non-SAP program is received, the main audio is recorded on both the Hi-Fi and normal tracks. When this function is set to OFF, the SAP audio cannot be recorded. CONTINUED ON NEXT PAGE \

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Input/Output settings [IN/OUT FUNCTION]
TV OUTPUT 1
720to1080 NO CONV. ALLto480i

OTHER USEFUL FUNCTIONS (cont.)


* The default setting is bold in the table below.

Select the apppropriate mode when receiving signals via i.LINK connector or playing back a D-VHS tape containing a recording of an HD (High Definition) signal: 720to1080: 720p is up-converted to 1080i and output to the TV. 1080i, 480p, and 480i image formats are output to the TV without being converted. Select this when the 720p image played back is distorted. 1080i, 720p, 480p, and 480i image formats are output to the TV just as they are. All images will be output to the TV in 480i image format.

NO CONV.: ALLto480i:

NOTE:
When you receive signals via i.LINK connector or play back the picture of 1080i, 720p, 480p image format, the signal is not output from the S-VIDEO or VIDEO output connector if TV OUTPUT 1 is set to 720to1080 or NO CONV..

TV OUTPUT 2
WIDE 16:9 NORMAL 4:3

Select the apppropriate mode depending on the type of TV you have. WIDE 16:9: NORMAL 4:3: Select this for a wide TV set with 16:9 screen image size. Select this for a TV set with 4:3 screen image size.

NOTES:

When TV OUTPUT 2 is set to WIDE 16:9, sometimes the screen image may be stretched vertically. When TV OUTPUT 2 is set to NORMAL 4:3, sometimes subtitles may not be visible or the ends of the screen image may be cut off. Normally select WIDE16:9. In order to let the equipment determine the screen image size, it is recommended that you connect the VCR and TV using the component video output connectors or S VIDEO OUT connector.

FRONT AUX F-1


VIDEO S-VIDEO

You have to select which terminal either VIDEO (composite) or S-VIDEO (Y/C separate signals) to use as the video input terminal on the front panel. Make sure to select the correct terminal; otherwise, you may fail in recording (editing) on this VCR. You have to select which terminal either VIDEO (composite) or S VIDEO (Y/C separate signals) to use as the video input terminal (L-1) on the rear panel. Make sure you select the correct terminal; otherwise, you may fail in recording (editing) on this VCR. You have to select which terminal either VIDEO (composite) or S VIDEO (Y/C separate signals) to use as the video input terminal (L-2) on the rear panel. Make sure you select the correct terminal; otherwise, you may fail in recording (editing) on this VCR.

REAR AUX L-1


VIDEO S-VIDEO

REAR AUX L-2


VIDEO S-VIDEO

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Additional settings [ADDITIONAL]


AUTO SP = EP TIMER (S-VHS/VHS only)
ON OFF

* The default setting is bold in the table below.

When this function is set to ON, the VCR automatically switches to EP mode to allow complete recording if there is not enough tape to record the entire program while timer-recording in SP mode. For Example . . . Recording a program of 140 minutes in length onto a 120-minute tape
Approximately 110 minutes SP mode Approximately 30 minutes EP mode

Make sure you set this function to ON before the timer-recording starts.

NOTES:

If you have programed the VCR to timer-record 2 or more programs, the second program and those thereafter may not fit on the tape with this function set to ON. In this case, do not use this function, but change the recording speed manually during timer programing. In order to ensure that the recording fits on the tape, this function may leave a slight nonrecorded portion at the end of the tape. There may be some noise and sound disturbance where the recording speed switches from SP to EP mode on the tape. This function is not available during ITR (Instant Timer Recording), and will work properly on the following tapes: T(ST)-30, T(ST)-60, T(ST)-90, and T(ST)-120.

AUTO TIMER
ON OFF

When this function is set to ON: The timer recording standby mode is automatically engaged when the VCR is turned off. It is temporarily canceled when the VCR is turned on. You do not have to press TIMER () to engage or disengage the timer recording standby mode. When this function is set to OFF: You have to press TIMER () to engage or disengage the timer recording standby mode. When this function is set to ON, various VCR status information (on-screen display) appears on the screen.

SUPERIMPOSE
ON OFF

NOTES:

When you use this VCR as the playback VCR for editing a tape, be sure to set this function to OFF; otherwise, the VCR status information (on-screen display) will be recorded on the edited tape. If you select a channel on which no signal is received, the channel number is displayed regardless of this function setting.

GRAY BACK
ON OFF

When this function is set to ON, the VCR changes the screen into the gray back screen automatically after/while the input signals do not come into. When this function is set to ON, you can reduce the power consumption. While the VCR is turned off, the front display panel does not show the clock. When this function is set to ON, an i.LINK device cannot be recognized. As a result, it is not possible to record a program using the digital tuners* timer function. In addition the device does not pass along data if it is in a branched connection.
* For details of a digital tuner, refer to the instruction manual of the digital tuner.

POWER SAVE
ON OFF

NOTE:
It takes some time until VCR completes its set up when you turn on the VCR.

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S-VHS MODE
ON OFF

OTHER USEFUL FUNCTIONS (cont.)


* The default setting is bold in the table below. You can determine which recording mode either S-VHS mode or VHS mode is used for recording on D-VHS and S-VHS tapes. When this function is set to ON, you can record on D-VHS and S-VHS tapes with S-VHS picture quality. When this function is set to OFF, you can record on D-VHS and S-VHS tapes with VHS picture quality.

NOTES:

To record in S-VHS/VHS mode on D-VHS tape, press D-VHS to turn off the D-VHS indicator. S-VHS mode allows you to make high quality video recordings with horizontal resolution of 400 lines, comparing with the 230 lines of resolution of conventional VHS recordings. To achieve the highest quality picture we recommend to record in S-VHS mode. (But remember that a conventional VHS VCR without SQPB cannot play back S-VHS tapes recorded in S-VHS mode.) S-VHS MODE setting does not affect recording on VHS tapes. Recording on VHS tapes is always performed in VHS mode except when using S-VHS ET mode ( pg. 59).

AV COMPU-LINK
ON OFF

The REMOTE PAUSE/AV COMPULINK terminal on the rear panel can be used as either the REMOTE PAUSE terminal or the AV COMPULINK terminal. When this function is set to ON, you can use this terminal as the AV COMPULINK terminal. By connecting other JVCs AV COMPULINK components (see the diagram below), including amplifiers (or receivers) and televisions, one touch control of the audio and video components linked via their AV COMPULINK connectors becomes possible.
For example: simply load a cassette in the VCR and press PLAY ( 3 ) so that the AV COMPULINK components automatically turn on, the TVs AV mode is selected and the VCR starts playback. (You do not have to press PLAY ( 3 ) if the cassettes record safety tab is removed.)

When this function is set to OFF, you can use this terminal as the REMOTE PAUSE terminal ( pg. 67).

NOTES:

When the remote control code is set to C or D, the connector cannot be used as AV COMPULINK terminal even if AV COMPU-LINK is set to ON. It is recommended to set the remote control code to A when you use this function. ( pg. 71). Connection varies depending on the type of JVC TV you have. Refer to the TVs instruction manual when making this connection.

AV COMPU LINK Television


CABLE BOX REMOTE PAUSE/ AV COMPULINK

This VCR
COMPONENT VIDEO OUT
Y PB/CB PR/CR

VHF/UHF
ANTENNA

IN

OUT
S VIDEO

IN
IN(L-1)
S VIDEO

i.LINK IN/OUT DV IN S400


ANTENNA

R AUDIO L

VIDEO

R AUDIO L

OUT
VIDEO

DIGITAL OUT OPTICAL PCM/DOLBY DIGITAL

IN(L-2)

D THEATER REGION 1

To S-VIDEO IN

To AV COMPU LINK II (VCR ONLY) To AUDIO IN

To REMOTE PAUSE/ AV COMPULINK

To S VIDEO OUT

Mini-plug cable (not supplied) Audio cable (supplied) S-video cable (supplied)

To AUDIO OUT

EN
S-VHS ET
ON OFF

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* The default setting is bold in the table below. This function allows you to record on VHS tapes with S-VHS picture quality. Tapes recorded using this function can be played back on a VCR equipped with the S-VHS ET function. The S-VHS indicator lights up on the front display panel when S-VHS ET is set to ON.

NOTES:
Before recording, make sure that V. CALIBRATION is set to ON ( pg. 54). You cannot activate the S-VHS ET function... while recording is in progress. while timer-recording or Instant Timer Recording ( pg. 28) is in progress. while Video Calibration ( pg. 54) is in progress. S-VHS ET does not work with S-VHS tapes. To keep the highest quality recording and playback pictures over a long period of time, S-VHS recording on S-VHS tapes is recommended. Use of high grade tapes are recommended for S-VHS ET recordings. On some tapes, picture quality will not improves even if the S-VHS ET function is used. Check the recording quality before you start important recordings. You can play back S-VHS ET recordings on most of S-VHS VCRs and of VHS VCR equipped with SQPB (S-VHS QUASI PLAYBACK) function. (Notice some VCRs are not compatible with this function.) While playing back a tape recorded with this function on some tapes, noise may appear. (If playback picture becomes blurred or interrupted, use a cleaning cassette.) During special effect playback ( pg. 31), noise may appear. If special effect playback is performed frequently on a tape recorded with this function, the tape may be damaged and picture may be deteriorated.

DISPLAY
ON OFF

When this function is set to OFF, only : appears on the front display panel.

NOTE:
Even if you set DISPLAY to OFF, each item appears on the front display panel in the following cases; when the timer-recording is in progress/in the timer standby mode ( pg. 34 41) in the satellite Auto Recording standby mode ( pg. 62) during Plug & Play setting ( pg. 9) when you press REC ( ) twice for the ITR ( pg. 28) when you set the remote control code ( pg. 71) when you press DISPLAY, the current status appears for a few seconds.

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OTHER USEFUL FUNCTIONS (cont.)

i.LINK Set Up
Turn on the VCR and the TV, and select the AV mode on the TV. Set the VCR/TV/CABLE/DBS selector on the Remote to VCR.

i.LINK set up for connected device


When you connect i.LINK compatible devices to this VCR, an i.LINK device number is assigned to each device in the order of connection. If you want to change the number, follow the procedure below.

1 Access Main Menu screen 2 Access i.LINK Set Up screen


Press MENU.

VCR CABLE TV /DBS

1 Press @ # to move the arrow to INITIAL SET UP, then press or OK. 2 Press @ # to move the arrow to OTHER, then press or OK.

3 Confirm LINC setting


Check that LINC is set to AUTO. If not, press % to move the arrow to LINC, then press @ # to set to AUTO.

FUNCTION SET UP CLOCK SET

TUNER SET UP

INITIAL SET UP OTHER

GUIDE CHANNEL

JLIP ID LINC RESET NUMBER

1 AUTO

MENU

OK SELECT

EXIT

SELECT WITH ARROW KEYS THEN PRESS [OK]

4 Reset Number
15 2-4
Press MENU.

Press % to move the arrow to RESET NUMBER, then press OK.

FUNCTION SET UP CLOCK SET

TUNER SET UP

INITIAL SET UP OTHER

GUIDE CHANNEL

JLIP ID LINC RESET NUMBER

1 AUTO

MENU

OK SELECT

EXIT

SELECT WITH ARROW KEYS THEN PRESS [OK]

5 Return to normal screen 6 Set Number again


ATTENTION
If the i.LINK setting does not work, press D-VHS and STOP/EJECT ( 7/0 ) simultaneously for more than 5 seconds to reset the settings. The cassette is automatically ejected.

Connect the external devices one by one. Make sure to connect the VCR's AC power plug to the AC outlet and turn on the external device before connection. Each device will be numbered in the order of connection.

NOTES:
If you do not want to set i.LINK device number, set LINC to OFF in step 3. You cannot use the i.LINK connection depending on the types of camcorder equipped with the DV connector. In this case, set LINC to OFF in step 3.

LINC
You can control one of the i.LINK-compatible devices connected to this VCR with the i.LINK cable. LINC means to select one of the connected devices. After establishing a LINC with an i.LINK-compatible device, you're ready to control the i.LINK device. LINC (Logical Interface Connection) involves establishing a logical connection, as the abbreviation implies.

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What is i.LINK?
i.LINK is a digital serial interface that allows devices equipped with an i.LINK connector to exchange digital video signals, digital audio signals, and device control signals bi-directionally over a single cable.
i.Link refers to the IEEE1394-1995 industry specification and extensions thereof. The logo is used for products compliant with the i.Link standard.

i.LINK Connection Examples


Examples of good i.LINK connections and bad i.LINK connections are shown below. The digital signals flow to all connected devices. When connecting i.LINK devices, make sure that the devices are connected in such a way that digital signals do not return (loop back) to the device that output them. Looped connection is not permitted.

This VCR uses a four-pin i.LINK connector to input and output MPEG2 video signals, audio signals, and control signals. The i.LINK connector is also used as an input for DV compressed signals from the DV output of a digital video camera.

Good connection examples (A to D: i.LINK-compatible devices) The connections below do not form a loop.
A B

i.LINK Connection
i.LINK-compatible devices can be connected in daisy chain fashion using i.LINK cables.
i.LINK cable
A B C

A to D: i.LINK-compatible devices

Any two devices in the daisy chain can exchange data bi-directionally, even if there are other devices connected between them. i.LINK also supports a repeater function that passes input MPEG2 and DV signals through to the next device in the chain.

Bad connection examples (A to D: i.LINK-compatible devices) The connections below form a loop.
A B

i.LINK Branched Connection


If you are connecting a device that is equipped with three or more i.LINK connectors, you can also branch the i.LINK connection.
i.LINK cable

C: Device with three i.LINK connectors

A to F: i.LINK-compatible devices B, C: Devices with three or more i.LINK connectors

NOTES:
You can connect as many as 63 devices (including this VCR) through an i.LINK connection. If you use a branched i.LINK connection, however, the maximum path length on a branch is 17 devices. In the case of a personal computer and some other devices, data is not passed along by those devices if the device power is off. For details, refer to the instruction manual for the connected device. Furthermore, data is not passed along by this VCR when "POWER SAVE" is set to "ON" on this VCR ( pg. 57) and the VCR is turned off. The maximum data transfer speed supported by the i.LINK connector on this VCR is 400Mbps (approximately 400 megabits per second). The maximum data transfer speed that is actually attained may be slower depending on how this VCR is used or if a device with a slower transfer speed is connected to this VCR. Use the S400 i.LINK cable.

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OTHER USEFUL FUNCTIONS (cont.)

Satellite Auto Recording


Turn on the VCR and the TV, and select the AV mode on the TV. Set the VCR/TV/CABLE/DBS selector on the Remote to VCR. This function allows you to automatically record a satellite program which is timer-programed on your DBS receiver. Preparation: Connect a DBS receiver to the AUDIO/ VIDEO IN or S VIDEO IN (L-1) connectors* on the rear; otherwise, you cannot use this function. You can also connect the cable box if it has a timer.
* To use these connectors, you have to select which one to use ( pg. 56).

1 Set timer program on DBS receiver


Make sure the record safety tab is intact.

For timer programing method, refer to the manual supplied with the DBS receiver.

2 Load a cassette 3 Set recording speed 4 Engage Satellite Auto Recording standby mode
Press REC SPEED to set the recording speed. Turn off the DBS receiver. Press and hold REC LINK on the Remote for more than 2 seconds. The VCR turns off automatically and the L-1 and appears on the front display panel (Satellite Auto Recording standby mode). When the DBS receiver outputs a signal, the VCR starts recording and the L-1 blinks and the record ( ) indicator lights. The VCR stops recording and powers off when the DBS receiver stops outputting a signal. Each time you press the button, Satellite Auto Recording standby mode turns on and off. When it is off, L-1 disappears. IMPORTANT: Be sure not to turn on the DBS receiver before the program starts broadcasting; otherwise, the VCR will start recording when the DBS receiver is turned on.

VCR CABLE TV /DBS

4 3
NOTES:

While the Satellite Auto Recording standby mode or after Satellite Auto Recording is finished, the VCR will not enter the timer recording standby mode even though AUTO TIMER is set to ON ( pg. 57). If you turn off this VCR while Satellite Auto Recording is in progress, recording stops. Video Calibration ( pg. 54) does not work while Satellite Auto Recording is in progress. Auto Clock ( pg. 11) does not work while in the Satellite Auto Recording standby mode. The VCR may not record a short portion at the beginning of the program or may record slightly longer than the actual length of the program when Satellite Auto Recording method is used. If you engage the Satellite Auto Recording standby mode while the DBS receiver is turned on, the VCR will not start Satellite Auto Recording, and L-1 and blink on the front display panel. When you turn off the DBS receiver, L-1 and light up and the VCR enters the Satellite Auto Recording standby mode. If you have connected another component other than a DBS receiver (or cable box) to the AUDIO/VIDEO IN or S VIDEO IN (L-1) connectors, be sure not to engage the Satellite Auto Recording standby mode; otherwise, the VCR will start recording when the connected component is turned on. Satellite Auto Recording and timer-recording cannot be performed at the same time. If the L-1 blinks quickly on the front display panel in the Satellite Auto Recording standby mode (even though your DBS receiver is turned off), Satellite Auto Recording will not work properly. If this is the case, perform Express Timer Programing ( pg. 38) to timer-record a satellite program. (Some DBS receivers output signals even if the power is off. Satellite Auto Recording is not possible with those DBS receivers.)

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JLIP ID Number Setting


Turn on the VCR and the TV, and select the AV mode on the TV. Set the VCR/TV/CABLE/DBS selector on the Remote to VCR.

The JLIP (Joint Level Interface Protocol) terminal is used to connect the VCR to a personal computer or similar device. By connecting through the JLIP terminals, you can control the VCR during editing and certain other operations, from the connected personal computer or similar device. When connecting this VCR to another device using the JLIP terminals, each device must have a different JLIP ID number. The JLIP ID number of this VCR is preset to 1 when shipped from the factory. You can change this number to any other number between 1 to 99. To change the JLIP ID number of this VCR, follow the procedure below.

VCR CABLE TV /DBS

1 Access Main Menu screen 2 Select JLIP ID Set Up screen


Press MENU.

1 Press @ # to move the arrow to INITIAL SET UP, then press or OK. 2 Press @ # to move the arrow to OTHER, then press or OK.

3 Set JLIP ID Number


Press % to move the arrow to JLIP ID. Press @ # to enter the desired ID number.

FUNCTION SET UP CLOCK SET

TUNER SET UP

INITIAL SET UP OTHER

GUIDE CHANNEL

JLIP ID LINC RESET NUMBER

1 AUTO

MENU

OK SELECT

EXIT

SELECT WITH ARROW KEYS THEN PRESS [OK]

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23

4 Return to normal screen


Press MENU.

NOTE:
For further details on the JLIP system or devices, consult your nearest JVC dealer. U.S. customers can contact JVC directly toll free at 1-800-2525722.

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EDITING
This VCR supports the copy protection technologies of DTLA (Digital Transmission Licensing Administrator). These technologies are admitted by DTLA (Digital Transmission Licensing Administrator). It is impossible to dub copy-limited signals between the devices which supports copy protection technologies of DTLA. It is impossible to dub to other tapes the program which only one recording is permitted. When connecting to other devices, only the operation of the devices which supports DTLA is guaranteed. The operation of non-DTLA-supported devices is not guaranteed.

i.LINK/DV Connections
NOTES:
You cannot use the i.LINK connection depending on the type of camcorder equipped with the DV connector. In this case, set LINC to OFF ( pg. 60) If the 44.1 kHz PCM audio signal is input via DV connector, recording cannot be performed properly.

A You can use a camcorder as the playback device and


your VCR as the recording VCR.

B You can use your VCR as the playback or recording


VCR. Ex. When using this VCR as the recording VCR

This VCR (for recording)


COMPONENT VIDEO OUT
Y PB/CB PR/CR

This VCR (for recording)


COMPONENT VIDEO OUT
Y PB/CB PR/CR

VHF/UHF
ANTENNA

VHF/UHF
ANTENNA

IN

IN

OUT
S VIDEO

IN
IN(L-1)
S VIDEO

i.LINK IN/OUT DV IN S400


ANTENNA

OUT
S VIDEO

IN
IN(L-1)
S VIDEO

CABLE BOX REMOTE PAUSE/ AV COMPULINK


R AUDIO L

VIDEO

R AUDIO L

OUT
VIDEO

DIGITAL OUT OPTICAL PCM/DOLBY DIGITAL

i.LINK IN/OUT DV IN S400


ANTENNA

CABLE BOX REMOTE PAUSE/ AV COMPULINK


R AUDIO L

VIDEO

R AUDIO L

OUT
VIDEO

DIGITAL OUT OPTICAL PCM/DOLBY DIGITAL

IN(L-2)

D THEATER REGION 1

IN(L-2)

D THEATER REGION 1

To DV IN connector

To i.LINK IN/ OUT connector

DV camcorder (for playback)

DV cable (not supplied) To DV output

i.LINK cable (not supplied)

To i.LINK IN/ OUT connector

Another VCR (for playback)

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1 Make connectionsthe camcorder Connection with

A Connect a DV cable between the camcorders DV connector and your VCRs DV IN connector. B Connection with the VCR Connect an i.LINK cable between the playback VCRs i.LINK input/output connector and the recording VCRs i.LINK input/output connector.

5 Start playback
NOTE:

Press PLAY ( 3 ) on the connected device.

If the connected device is equipped with a superimpose/OSD disable feature then set it to OFF before starting playback.

NOTES:

6 Start recording
NOTE:

Depending on the devices equipped with the i.LINK connector which is connected to the VCR, picture noise on this VCR may differ from the noise on the connected devices. It is caused by the difference of the data processing method. Connection with certain product(s) may not be supported. ( ATTENTION on the back cover.)

On the front panel: Press REC ( ). On the Remote: Press REC ( ) and PLAY ( 3 ) at the same time.

If "108 REC BY HS MODE" appears on the TV screen, refer to "Error Codes and Messages" on page 77.

2 Load a cassette

Insert the cassette to be recorded on into this VCR (for recording).

3 Select input location on this VCR 4 Set recording speed


About Recording Speed
Input Source (Playback device) D-VHS i.Link/ DV input DV camcorder Others

Do not connect this VCR to the PC with the i.LINK cable. The operation is not guaranteed.

On the front panel: Press CHANNEL +/ to select "I-1 etc.". On the Remote: Press TV/VCR CH +/ to select "I-1 etc.".

Press REC SPEED to set the recording speed. For more details, refer to "About Recording Speed" below.

Selectable Recording Speed (Recording device: This VCR) Auto (HS/STD/LS3/LS5)*, HS, STD, LS3, LS5 HS, STD, LS3, LS5 Auto (HS/STD)*, HS

* Auto mode: The recording speed will be selected automatically according to the amount of data input (the transfer rate) from the i.LINK connector.

NOTES:
When dubbing using the i.LINK connector, set the recording speed on the recording VCR to the same speed as the source tape on the playback VCR. When "AUTO" is selected for the recording speed, "AUTO" and the selected speed appear on the front display panel in turn.

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EDITING (cont.)
B You can use your VCR as the playback or recording
VCR. Ex. When using this VCR as the recording VCR

S-VIDEO/ VIDEO Connections


Various connection for editing tapes
The following three methods can be used for editing tapes. VHS to S-VHS editing (VIDEO-VIDEO connection): Although the picture quality is inherently limited by the original VHS quality, the edited tape has better picture quality than those made by VHS-to-VHS editing. S-VHS to VHS editing (VIDEO-VIDEO connection): Since the original source is recorded in S-VHS mode, the edited tape has better picture quality than those made by VHS-to-VHS editing. S-VHS to S-VHS editing (S-VIDEO connection): Original picture quality of S-VHS made can be duplicated with minimal picture degradation. This is the best editing method you can use on S-VHS VCRs.

This VCR (for recording)


COMPONENT VIDEO OUT
Y PB/CB PR/CR

VHF/UHF
ANTENNA

IN

OUT
S VIDEO

IN
IN(L-1)
S VIDEO

i.LINK IN/OUT DV IN S400


ANTENNA

CABLE BOX REMOTE PAUSE/ AV COMPULINK


R AUDIO L

VIDEO

R AUDIO L

OUT
VIDEO

DIGITAL OUT OPTICAL PCM/DOLBY DIGITAL

IN(L-2)

D THEATER REGION 1

To Audio Input Audio cable (supplied) To AUDIO OUT To S VIDEO OUT

To S-video Input S-video cable (supplied)

A You can use a camcorder as the playback device and


your VCR as the recording VCR.

Another VCR (for playback)

This VCR (for recording)


IN F-1 +

1 Make connectionsthe camcorder Connection with

A Connect an audio/S-video cable between the camcorders audio/S-video output connectors and your VCRs audio/S-video input connectors. When the JVC camcorder is equipped with the Master Edit Control, you can control the VCR from the camcorder. Connect the mini-plug cable (not supplied with this VCR) as illustrated on the left. When using a camcorder with a monaural output, connect the audio output connector on the camcorder to the left audio input connector on this VCR.

To AUDIO Input Audio cable (supplied)

To rear panel REMOTE PAUSE/ AV COMPULINK connector

To S-VIDEO Input S-video cable (supplied)

Mini-plug cable (not supplied) (JVC camcorder only)

NOTE:
If the camcorder does not have S-video output connector, use a video cable.

To Audio output To EDIT To S-video output

Camcorder (for playback)

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B Connection with the VCR Connect an audio/S-video cable between the playback VCRs audio/S-video output connectors and the recording VCRs audio/S-video input connectors. When using this VCR as the recording VCR, connect this VCRs audio/S-video input connectors to the audio/S-video output connectors on the other VCR. If the playback VCR is monaural, connect the audio output connector on the playback VCR to the left audio input connector on this VCR.

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5 Select video input terminal

Access the IN/OUT FUNCTION screen ( pg. 56). When using S VIDEO terminal, set FRONT AUX F-1 (or REAR AUX L-1 (or L-2) if you use the connectors on the rear) to S-VIDEO.

When using VIDEO terminal, set FRONT AUX F-1 (or REAR AUX L-1 (or L-2) if you use the connectors on the rear) to VIDEO.

NOTE:
If another VCR does not have S-video input/output connectors, use a video cable.

6 Set PICTURE CONTROL to EDIT


Access the VIDEO FUNCTION screen ( pg. 54).

2 Load a cassette

7 Start playback
NOTE:

Press PLAY ( 3 ) on the connected device.

Insert the cassette to be recorded on into this VCR (for recording).

3 Select input location on this VCR

If the connected device is equipped with a superimpose/OSD disable feature then set it to OFF before starting playback.

L-1 or L-2 when connecting the device to the audio/video or audio/S-video input connectors on the rear panel. F-1 when connecting the device to the audio/video or audio/S-video input connectors on the front panel.

8 Start recording

On the front panel: Press REC ( ). On the Remote: Press REC ( ) and PLAY ( 3 ) at the same time.

On the front panel: Press CHANNEL +/. On the Remote: Press the Number key 0 (AUX) or TV/VCR CH +/.

To use a Master Edit Control-equipped JVC camcorder


1 Access the ADDITIONAL screen ( pg. 57), then set AV COMPU-LINK to OFF after performing step 6.

NOTES:
When using this VCR as the recording VCR, set the video input terminal setting correctly ( pg. 56). When using this VCR as the playback VCR for editing, set DIGITAL R3 to OFF ( pg. 54).

The REMOTE PAUSE/AV COMPULINK connector works as a Remote Pause connector when AV COMPU-LINK is set to OFF. For details, refer to the camcorders instruction manual.

Set recording speed


Press REC SPEED to set the tape speed. Selectable Recording Speed (Recording device: This VCR) HS, STD, LS3, LS5 SP, EP

2 Engage the VCRs recording pause mode.

NOTES:
Be sure to select AUTO for PICTURE CONTROL (or NORM when V. CALIBRATION is set to OFF) after you finish dubbing the tapes ( pg. 54). It is impossible to perform dubbing properly only with an audio cable. Connect also the video or S-video cable.

Input Source (Playback device) Analog input D-VHS S-VHS/VHS

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MULTI-BRAND REMOTE CONTROL


When programed (set) with a manufacturers (brands) code, this Remote can perform some of the remote control functions of the listed TVs. You can control a JVC TV without setting a brand code.

TV Brand Setting
2
VCR CABLE TV /DBS

1 Turn on the TV
3 - 1,3 4
TV/VCR

Turn on the TV using the Power button on the TV or its Remote.

2 Set remote operation mode 3 Set TV brand code

Set the VCR/TV/CABLE/DBS selector to TV.

4
-2 Number keys

Follow the example shown below. 1 Press and hold POWER. 2 Press the Number keys to enter your TVs brand code by referring to the table below. 3 Press STOP ( 7 ), and release POWER. Once you have set the Remote to operate a TV, you do not have to set it again until you replace the Remotes batteries. JVC and PANASONIC have two codes. If the TV does not function with one code, try entering the other.

ENTER

3-3
TV VOL +/

4 Operate TV

Press one of the following buttons: POWER, TV/ VCR, TV/VCR CH +/, (TV Muting), TV VOL +/, and Number keys. For some brands, you must press ENTER after having pressed the Number keys to enter a channel number. To operate the VCR, set the VCR/TV/CABLE/ DBS selector back to VCR.

NOTES:
Depending on the type of TV, some or all functions cannot be operated using this Remote. It is impossible to control a TV that does not have a remote sensor.

TV BRAND NAME JVC HITACHI MAGNAVOX MITSUBISHI PANASONIC RCA SHARP SONY SAMSUNG SANYO SEARS TOSHIBA ZENITH

BRAND CODE 01, 03 10 02 03 04, 11 05 06 07 12 13 13 08 09

(Ex.) To set Remote to RCA 05:


POWER
AUX
JKL

STOP

Hold down

Press in succession

Release

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Cable Box Brand Setting


2
VCR CABLE TV /DBS

When programed (set) with a manufacturers (brands) code, this Remote can perform some of the remote control functions of the listed cable boxes. If your cable box does not function with a specified code, try other codes.

1 Turn on the cable box


3 - 1,3 4 4 3 - 24
Number keys TV/VCR CH +/ ENTER

Turn on the cable box using the Power button on the cable box or its Remote.

2 Set remote operation mode 3 Enter cable box brand code

Set the VCR/TV/CABLE/DBS selector to CABLE/ DBS.

Follow the example shown below. 1 Press and hold POWER. 2 Press the Number keys to enter your cable boxs brand code by referring to the table below. 3 Press STOP ( 7 ), and release POWER. Once you have set the Remote to operate a cable box, you do not have to set it again until you replace the Remotes batteries.

3-3

4 Operate cable box

Press one of the following buttons: POWER, TV/ VCR CH +/, and Number keys. For some brands, you must press ENTER after having pressed the Number keys to enter a channel number. To change the cable boxs channels, press TV/VCR CH +/ or the Number keys. To operate the VCR, set the VCR/TV/CABLE/ DBS selector back to VCR.

CABLE BOX BRAND NAME ARCHER CABLETENNA CABLEVIEW CITIZEN CURTIS DIAMOND GC BRAND GEMINI GENERAL INSTRUMENTS HAMLIN JASCO JERROLD NOVAVISION OAK PANASONIC PULSER RCA REGAL REMBRANDT SAMSUNG SCIENTIFIC ATLANTA SIGMA SL MARX SPRUCER STARGATE TELEVIEW TOCOM UNIKA UNIVERSAL VIDEOWAY ZENITH

BRAND CODE 01, 05, 17 01, 17 15, 16, 17, 21, 25 15, 16, 17, 21, 25 02 01, 17 15, 16, 17, 21, 25 15 01, 04, 06, 11, 12, 15, 28 10, 18, 23 15 01, 04, 06, 11, 12, 15, 28 02 07 13, 14 15, 16, 17, 21, 25 13, 14 10, 18, 23 01, 16, 17 05, 16, 24 02 07 05, 16, 17, 24, 25 13, 14 05, 15, 16, 17, 21, 24, 25 05, 16, 24 01, 04, 16 01, 17 16, 17, 25 03, 09, 22 03, 09, 22

NOTES:
Depending on the type of cable box, some or all functions cannot be operated using this Remote. It is impossible to control a cable box that does not have a remote sensor. Its not possible to set the Remote for both your cable box and a DBS receiver at the same time. You can only set the Remote to operate one of these units at a time.

(Ex.) To set the Remote to RCA 14:


POWER
.,? GHI

STOP

Hold down

Press in succession

Release

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MULTI-BRAND REMOTE CONTROL (cont.)


When programed (set) with a manufacturers (brands) code, this Remote can perform some of the remote control functions of the listed DBS (Direct Broadcast Satellite) receivers.

DBS Receiver Brand Setting


2
VCR CABLE TV /DBS

1 Turn on the DBS receiver

Turn on the DBS receiver using the Power button on the DBS receiver or its Remote.

3 - 1,3 4 4

2 Set remote operation mode

Set the VCR/TV/CABLE/DBS selector to CABLE/ DBS.

3 Enter DBS receiver brand code

-2 Number keys

TV/VCR CH +/ ENTER

Follow the example shown below. 1 Press and hold POWER. 2 Press the Number keys to enter your DBS receivers brand code by referring to the table below. 3 Press STOP ( 7 ), and release POWER. Once you have set the Remote to operate a DBS receiver, you do not have to set it again until you replace the Remotes batteries.

4 Operate DBS receiver


3-3

Press one of the following buttons: POWER, TV/ VCR CH +/, and Number keys. For some brands, you must press ENTER after having pressed the Number keys to enter a channel number. To change the DBS receivers channels, press TV/VCR CH +/ or the Number keys. To operate the VCR, set the VCR/TV/CABLE/ DBS selector back to VCR.

NOTES:
Depending on the type of DBS receiver, some or all functions cannot be operated using this Remote. It is impossible to control a DBS receiver that does not have a remote sensor. It's not possible to set the Remote for both your DBS receiver and a cable box at the same time. You can only set the Remote to operate one of these units at a time.

DBS BRAND NAME JVC (DISH Network) ECHOSTAR (DISH Network) SONY (DSS) RCA (DSS)

BRAND CODE 51 51 41 40

(Ex.) To set the Remote to JVC 51:


POWER
JKL .,?

STOP

Hold
down

Press in succession

Release

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Changing Remote Control Code


POWER PLAY (3)

The Remote is capable of controlling four JVC video recorders independently. Each of VCRs can respond to one of four codes (A, B, C or D). This Remote control is preset to send A code signals because your VCR is initially set to respond to A code signals. You can easily change your Remote and the VCR to send and respond to B, C or D code signals. When using four JVC VCRs, set four VCRs and their Remotes to different codes, so that the Remotes can operate these VCRs separately.

1 Set remote operation mode 2 Set remote control code for Remote

Set the VCR/TV/CABLE/DBS selector to VCR.

IN F-1

1 Press and hold A/B/C/D. 2 Press the Number key 1 for A code control signals, 2 for B code control signals, 3 for C code control signals, 4 for D code control signals. 3 Press STOP ( 7 ), and release A/B/C/D.

1
VCR CABLE TV /DBS

5 2-1

3 Turn off VCR 4 Check remote control code for VCR


Press POWER on the VCR.

Press PLAY (3) on the VCR for more than 5 seconds. The code currently set appears on the front display panel.

2-2

5 Turn on VCR

Press POWER on the Remote. The code transmitted from the Remote blinks for a few seconds on the front display panel. After the code disappears on the front display panel, make sure that the VCR is turned on by pressing POWER on the Remote.

To control four VCRs with the same Remote

2-3

You can control four JVC VCRs by switching the remote control code for the Remote between A, B, C and D ( step 2), keeping four VCRs to different control codes. Press the Number key 1 for A code control signals, 2 for B code control signals, 3 for C code control signals, 4 for D code control signals. (To change only the remote control code for the Remote, DO NOT perform steps 3 to 5.) (Ex.) To set Remote to B code:
A/B/C/D
ABC

STOP

Release

NOTE:
When POWER SAVE is set to ON, you can not change the remote control code. Before changing the code, set POWER SAVE to OFF ( pg. 57).

Hold down

Press in succession

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POWER
SYMPTOM
1. The power will not come on. 2. The clock works, but the VCRs power will not come on.

TROUBLESHOOTING

Before requesting service, use this chart and see if you can repair the trouble yourself. Small problems are often easily corrected, and this can save you the trouble of sending your VCR off for repair.

POSSIBLE CAUSE
The AC power cord is disconnected. The VCR is in the timer recording standby mode with AUTO TIMER set to OFF ( pg. 57). The batteries are discharged.

CORRECTIVE ACTION
Connect the AC power cord. Press TIMER () to disengage.

3. The Remote will not function.

Replace the dead batteries with new ones.

TAPE TRANSPORT
SYMPTOM
1. The cassette gets stuck partway during loading, and is ejected.

POSSIBLE CAUSE
The cassette was inserted incorrectly.

CORRECTIVE ACTION
Make sure the cassettes window is facing up, the rear label side is facing you and the arrow on the front of the cassette is pointing towards the VCR. Then insert the cassette.

PLAYBACK
SYMPTOM
1. The tape is running but the picture will not appear. 2. Breaks are noticeable in Hi-Fi sound track. 3. The playback picture is blurred or interrupted, even though TV broadcasts are clear. 4. The picture stops, or the black or mosaic noise appears when playing back a program recorded in D-VHS mode. 5. The Hi-Fi sound cannot be heard. 6. The D-VHS indicator does not light up when playing back a D-VHS cassette. 7. The mosaic noise appears when receiving the scenes with fast action or switching the display.

POSSIBLE CAUSE
The TV receiver is set to the wrong mode. Automatic tracking is engaged. The video heads may be dirty.

CORRECTIVE ACTION
Select the AV mode on the TV. Disengage auto tracking and adjust the tracking manually ( pg. 23). The heads must be cleaned. Use an optional dry cleaning cassette, or consult your JVC dealer. The heads must be cleaned. Use an optional dry cleaning cassette, or consult your JVC dealer. To record in the D-VHS mode, use a D-VHS cassette. Set Audio Monitor to ( pg. 23). LR

The video heads may be dirty. The digital program is not recorded in D-VHS mode. Audio Monitor setting is incorrect. The program is not recorded in D-VHS mode.

To record the program in D-VHS mode, press D-VHS so that the D-VHS indicator lights up, then perform the recording ( pg. 26). This noise already appears in the broadcast station, and this is not a malfunction of your VCR.

This occurs when receiving the program with the low transfer rate.

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RECORDING
SYMPTOM
1. Recording will not start, and CASS blinks on the front display panel for about 5 seconds.

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POSSIBLE CAUSE
There is no cassette loaded. The loaded cassette has had its record safety tab removed.

CORRECTIVE ACTION
Insert a cassette. Remove the cassette and cover the hole with adhesive tape, or load a cassette on which the record safety tab is intact. Select the appropriate channel on the VCR. Connect the components correctly ( pg. 64, 66) or check REAR AUX L-1 (or L-2) and FRONT AUX F-1 setting ( pg. 56). Make sure the power to all units is on. Select the appropriate input location on the recording VCR.

2. TV broadcasts will not be recorded properly. 3. Tape-to-tape editing will not work.

The VCR has been set to L-1, L-2, F-1 or I-1 etc. input location by mistake. The components have been incorrectly connected, or correct video connector (S VIDEO, VIDEO or DV) is not selected. The power to one or more of the units has not been turned on. The recording VCRs input location has been set incorrectly.

TIMER RECORDING
SYMPTOM
1. Timer recording will not work.

POSSIBLE CAUSE
The clock and/or the timer have been set incorrectly. The timer is not engaged. The VCR has not been set up properly.

CORRECTIVE ACTION
Set the clock and/or timer correctly. Press TIMER () and check to make sure that appears on the front display panel. Re-perform the set-up procedures. Make sure you have compensated for guide channel and VCR or cable box channel number mismatches ( pg. 36). Timer programing cannot be performed when timer recording is in progress. Wait until it finishes. Load a cassette with the record safety tab intact, or with the hole covered with adhesive tape. Remove the cassette and cover its hole with adhesive tape, or replace it with a cassette on which the safety tab is intact. The program may not have been recorded in its entirety. Next time be sure you have enough time on the tape to record the entire broadcast. Check the programed data and set again if necessary, then press TIMER () again. Connect the Controller correctly ( pg. 15). After confirming your cable boxs input channel number, re-access the Cable Set Up screen and select the correct number ( pg. 16). Make sure the power is on before timer recording starts.

2. Timer programing will not work.

Timer recording is in progress.

3. CASS blinks on the front display panel. 4. The cassette stops automatically, and , Q and $ on the front display panel will not stop blinking.

The timer is engaged but there is no cassette loaded. The loaded cassette has had its record safety tab removed. The tape reaches its end during timer recording.

5. blinks for 10 seconds and the timer mode is disengaged.

TIMER () has been pressed when there are no programs in memory, or the timer recording program has not been set correctly. The Controller is not properly connected to the VCR. The input channel selected on the Cable Set Up screen is incorrect. The cable box is turned off.

6. Cable channels are not automatically switched during timer recording.

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TIMER RECORDING
SYMPTOM
7. Satellite channels are not automatically switched during timer recording.

TROUBLESHOOTING (cont.)

POSSIBLE CAUSE
The Controller is not properly connected to the VCR. The input channel selected on the DBS Receiver Set screen is incorrect. The VCR is not set correctly to control the DBS receiver. The DBS receiver is turned off.

CORRECTIVE ACTION
Connect the Controller correctly ( pg. 18). After confirming your DBS receivers input channel number, re-access the DBS Receiver Set screen and select the correct number ( pg. 19). Set the correct DBS receiver brand code ( pg. 20). Make sure the power is on before timer recording starts. Set INPUT CH to OFF ( pg. 16, 19).

8. Timer recording begins as scheduled, but the channel is always incorrect.

Even though you do not use an external cable box or DBS receiver, on the Cable Set Up screen or DBS Receiver Set screen, INPUT CH is set to ON. The receivable stations in the new area are received on different channels than those in the previous area. All 24 programs of the VCRs timer memory are used.

9. You moved, and now VCR Plus+ system does not work properly.

Re-perform the Changing VCR Plus+ Setting procedure ( pg. 36).

10.PROGRAM FULL is displayed on the screen.

Wait until a space in memory clears, or cancel unnecessary program information ( pg. 40).

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VIDEO NAVIGATION
SYMPTOM
1. Tape information screen does not appear for the currently inserted tape. 2. The VCR cannot search for the desired program.

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POSSIBLE CAUSE
The current tape inserted has not been recorded on this VCR. Two (or more) tape numbers are recorded on one tape.

CORRECTIVE ACTION
Tape information cannot be shown if it has not been recorded on this VCR. Video Navigation cannot work correctly on a tape if it has more than one tape number. If this happens, fastforward the tape up to its end, eject it, and try it again. It is impossible to search the desired program which is not recorded on this VCR using Video Navigation. Check the remaining memory ( pg. 52). If it is full, delete unnecessary Video Navigation information ( pg. 51, 52). Check the remaining memory ( pg. 52). If it is full, delete unnecessary Video Navigation information ( pg. 51, 52). Set NAVIGATION to ON ( pg. 43). For details on the recording time for Video Navigation, refer to NOTES on page 42.

The inserted program is not recorded on this VCR. 3. MEMORY FULL appears on the screen when you try to start recording. 4. The information data for Video Navigation is not registered. The VCRs memory for Video Navigation is fully recorded.

The VCRs memory for Video Navigation is fully recorded. NAVIGATION is set to OFF. The recording time is not enough.

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OTHER PROBLEMS
SYMPTOM
1. When scanning channels, some of them are skipped over. 2. The channel cannot be changed.

TROUBLESHOOTING (cont.)

POSSIBLE CAUSE
Those channels have been preset to be skipped. Recording is in progress.

CORRECTIVE ACTION
If you need the skipped channels, restore them ( pg. 14). Press PAUSE ( 8 ) to pause the recording, change channels, then press PLAY ( 3 ) to resume recording. Reset the correct brand codes ( pg. 68 70 ). Select a different host channel during Semiauto Clock Set ( pg. 11), or perform Manual Clock Set ( pg. 12). Unplug the AC power plug once, then plug it again. Set it to off.

3. The Remote will not operate your TV or cable box or DBS receiver. 4. Even though Auto or Semiauto Clock Set has been performed, the clock is incorrect. 5. PM blinks on the front display panel. 6. The subtitles and the menu screen are overlapped.

The brand codes are set incorrectly. The clock setting data received from the host channel is incorrect. The VCR do not work properly. The subtitle display on the TV is set to on.

MOISTURE CONDENSATION Moisture in the air will condense on the VCR when you move it from a cold place to a warm place, or under extremely humid conditionsjust as water droplets form on the surface of a glass filled with cold liquid. Moisture condensation on the head drum will cause damage to the tape. In conditions where condensation may occur, keep the VCR turned on for a few hours to evaporate the moisture before inserting a tape. ABOUT HEAD CLEANING Accumulation of dirt and other particles on the video heads may cause the playback picture to become blurred or interrupted. Be sure to contact your nearest JVC dealer if such troubles occur.

ATTENTION
This VCR contains microcomputers. External electronic noise or interference can cause microcomputer to malfunction. If the VCR does not operate correctly switch its power off and unplug the AC power cord from the AC supply. Wait for a while and then plug the power back in. Eject and check the condition of the cassette. If everything appears normal, you can operate the VCR as usual.

EN
The following conditions are product features and do not indicate mechanical problems. Playback of tapes recorded in D-VHS mode You may see a mosaic (block) noise, grayed images, or a still image in cases of excessive distortion caused when playing back a damaged tape or when the heads are momentarily dirty. It takes a moment after you press PLAY (3) until the image appears and sound is heard. It takes a moment after you switch playback speeds (when switching from special effect playback to normal playback, for example) until the image appears and sound is heard. For a few seconds, the image may be played back out of synch with the sound. Searching images on D-VHS tapes The images appear frame by frame. Block noise may appears on the bottom half of images. When the blank portion is reached, a still scene of the last recorded image is displayed. The picture stops/There is no sound When two or more devices are connected to this VCR with the i.LINK cable (a camcorder and another i.LINK-compatible device), do not turn on the camcorder if you record a program from an another i.Link-compatible device. Turning on and off the camcorder may cause momentary still images and loss of sound. Image or sound is distorted When recording from a camcorder connected to this VCR with the i.LINK cable, the image or sound may be distorted. If this occurs, insert a D-VHS cassette in the VCR and turn off and on the VCR, then start recording again. If the problem is not fixed, record using the audio/video input connectors instead of i.LINK connector.

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Recording from camcorders and other devices via i.LINK connector You may see a mosaic (block) noise. For scenes with fast action, the image may jitter. This does not affect recording, which will proceed as usual. When you watch the camcorders, search images through this VCR, the block noise may appear. When you record audio-dubbed DVC cassettes (tapes which have four recorded channels), sound may not be heard for the first few seconds. When you eject and insert D-VHS cassettes, the sound may be interrupted for an instant. When you press REC SPEED to switch recording speed, the sound may be interrupted for an instant. Incorrect image formatting for wide TVs If you have connected two different devices using the S-video output connectors on the back of the VCR, the sensing signal for wide TVs may not be output correctly depending on the connected devices. If this occurs, use the TV controls to switch the screen size.

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Error Codes and Messages
CODE 102 MESSAGE REC PROHIBITED

TROUBLESHOOTING (cont.)

Some error codes and messages may appear on the TV screen when operating the VCR. Refer to the chart below for the solution.
DESCRIPTION An attempt was made to make a D-VHS recording of a program for which only the analog information is copy protected. While making a D-VHS recording of a program, a signal in which only the analog information is copy protected was input to this VCR. An attempt was made to dub a D-VHS recording of a digitally copy protected program. While dubbing a D-VHS recording, digitally copy protected information was input to this VCR. This VCR supports copy protection technologies such as DTLA, and cannot record programs that employ digital copy protection. A signal that is not compatible with this VCR was input. Switch to the analog input for recording. (It may be possible to play back the material if using a digital tuner*, etc.) An attempt was made to make an S-VHS/VHS recording of a signal from an i.LINK device other than a digital tuner*. The i.LINK connector on this VCR is intended only for D-VHS recording. This VCR does not convert a digital signal into an analog signal for recording. Switch to the analog input for recording. An attempt was made to make an S-VHS/VHS recording using the timer function with i.LINK selected on the digital tuner* side. The i.LINK connector on this VCR is intended only for D-VHS recording. This VCR does not convert a digital signal into an analog signal for recording. Also, it is not possible to make a D-VHS recording on VHS tape. Switch to the analog input for recording. When 720p, 1080i signals are recorded in STD/LS3/LS5 mode, select HS mode to record program properly. An attempt was made to play back a signal that is not supported by this VCR. To play back the signal, use the digital tuner*, etc., that was used to record the signal. Normal playback is being prevented by mosaic noise, etc. Wait while the VCR calibrates itself so that it can output a normal image. When playing back a program that was copy protected in 1080i, 720p, or 480p mode, the VCR down-converts to 480i mode for output. An attempt was made to play back a tape containing a copy protected program. Even if you record a copy protected program, this VCR cannot play it back. An attempt was made to play back a tape containing an invalid D-VHS recording. A signal format that is not supported by this VCR was input. Use a digital tuner*, etc. A signal containing too much data was input to the i.LINK connector on this VCR. There are too many devices with i.LINK connectors, such as digital tuners and digital video cameras, connected to the i.LINK connector on this VCR. Turn off any devices that are not in use. When playing back a program that was copy protected in 1080i, 720p, or 480p mode, the VCR down-converts to 480i mode for output.

103

REC PROHIBITED

104

CAN NOT DECODE VIDEO OR AUDIO USE SET TOP BOX OR HDTV TUNER CAN NOT REC DIGITAL INPUT BY S-VHS/VHS CHOOSE ANALOG INPUT

105

107

CAN NOT REC DIGITAL INPUT BY S-VHS/VHS USE ANALOG TIMER PROGRAMMING

108 200

REC BY HS MODE CAN NOT DECODE VIDEO OR AUDIO USE SET TOP BOX OR HDTV TUNER

201

WAIT A MINUTE CALIBRATING. . . COPY RESTRICTED PROG OUTPUT 480i VIDEO COPY RESTRICTED PROG CAN NOT PLAY BACK

202 203

205 300 301

CAN NOT PLAY BACK THIS TAPE CAN NOT DECODE VIDEO OR AUDIO USE SET TOP BOX OR HDTV TUNER TOO MANY i.LINK INSTRUMENTS READ INST.BOOK

302

COPY RESTRICTED PROG OUTPUT 480i VIDEO

* For details of a digital tuner, refer to the instruction manual of the digital tuner.

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Questions and answers


PLAYBACK Q. What happens if the tape reaches its end during playback or search? A. The VCR automatically rewinds it to the beginning. ............................................ Q. Can the VCR indefinitely remain in still mode? A. No. It stops automatically after 5 minutes to protect the heads. ............................................ Q. During picture search, still picture playback and frame-by-frame playback, the picture is intermittent. Whats the cause? A. Picture loss occurs when these types of playback are attempted with a tape recorded in LP mode. Pressing PLAY ( 3 ) to return to normal playback will restore the picture. ............................................ Q. When returning from variable-speed picture search to normal playback, the picture is disturbed. Should I be concerned about this? A. No, it is normal. ............................................ Q. When playing back programs that have been timerrecorded consecutively (such one program from 8:00 to 9:00 and another one from 9:00 to 10:00), the picture and sound become momentarily distorted where the first program ends and the second program begins. Is this a malfunction? A. No. This is normal. ............................................ Q. Other than preventing further recording, what effect does removing the safety tab have? A. It disables marking of index codes and tape numbers for Video Navigation. ............................................ Q. Sometimes, during index search, the VCR cannot find the program I want to see. Why not? A. There may be index codes too close together. ............................................ Q. During playback, on-screen display sometimes jitters. Why does this happen? A. If the condition of the tape being played back is not good, jittering of the video (including on-screen display) may occur. RECORDING Q. When I pause and then resume a recording, the end of the recording before the pause is overlapped by the new recording. Why does this happen? A. This is normal. It reduces distortion at the pause and resume points. ............................................ Q. Can the VCR indefinitely remain in the recording pause mode? A. No. The VCR automatically stops after 5 minutes to protect the heads. When paused during Instant Timer Recording (ITR), the VCR shuts off automatically after 5 minutes. ............................................ Q. What happens if the tape reaches its end during recording? A. The VCR stops, then and # blink on the front display panel. TIMER RECORDING Q. and remain lit on the front display panel. Is there a problem? A. No. This is a normal condition for a timer recording in progress. ............................................ Q. Can I program the timer while Im watching a tape or a TV broadcast? A. Yes, but while you are setting the timer you will not see the tapes or broadcast programs picture as it is replaced by the on-screen menu. (The sound from the tape or broadcast program will be heard during the timer setting.)

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Glossary
Digital Broadcasts and D-VHS Great changes in the entertainment and media industries are transforming the way we use VHS, and digital broadcasting is a good example of what the future holds. Digital broadcasting now allows more efficient use of the limited broadcast spectrum besides delivering highdefinition video, outstanding sound quality, multiple channels, and multiple features. Meanwhile, VHS has evolved with the advances in broadcasting in response to the need for continued use of existing VHS resources and the trend toward digital broadcasts. Digital broadcasting is not limited to transmissions of audio and video content. A variety of other data can be sent as well. As the means to record all of these digital signals while supporting playback of the extensive VHS library of analog tapes, D-VHS was developed. This VCR is equipped with an MPEG-2 encoder and decoder (codec) for digital recording and playback of analog signals. D-VHS is the key to a smooth transition from analog to digital formats. This next-generation home video technology lets us continue to enjoy home video entertainment as popularized in the last century well into the next. Linear PCM Audio Conventional D-VHS recording uses MPEG-1 Layer 2 compression to record analog audio digitally. For recording without compression, this VCR also features PCM recording (pulse code modulation: 48 kHz, 16-bit, 1536 kbps). Used with high-resolution HS/STD mode, it offers outstanding high-fidelity recording and playback. (Recording from audio input alone is not supported.)

INDEX

Dolby Digital A form of digital audio coding developed by Dolby Laboratories to deliver surround sound with 5.1 channels (front left and right, center, rear left and right, and a channel for LFE (low-frequency effects). When you play back a digital tape encoded in Dolby Digital format, the Dolby Digital bistream is sent from the DIGITAL OUT OPTICAL connector. Set OPTICAL OUT to Dolby D ( pg. 55). Manufactured under license from Dolby Laboratories. "Dolby", "Pro Logic", and the double-D symbol are trademarks of Dolby Laboratories. Confidential unpublished works. Copyright 19921997 Dolby Laboratories. All rights reserved. i.LINK i.LINK is a digital serial interface that allows devices equipped with an i.LINK connector to exchange digital video signals, digital audio signals, and device control signals bi-directionally over a single cable.
i.Link refers to the IEEE1394-1995 industry specification and extensions thereof. The logo is used for products compliant with the i.Link standard.

MPEG2 Abbreviation for Moving Picture Experts Group, Phase 2. Unlike previous compression methods, MPEG-2 uses an extremely efficient compression method that supports high-definition video. Based on the principle that much video data remains unchanged from one frame to the next, predictive coding is performed to eliminate redundant data. Specifically, compression is applied between frames (based on the correlation of frame data) and within frames (based on DCT, or discrete cosine transform) for an extremely efficient compression technique.

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List of terms
This guide serves as a quick way to locate frequently used terms and on-screen display names.

A
Accidental erasure prevention 30 Audio Monitor 23 Auto Daylight Saving Time 11 AUTO SP EP TIMER 57 AUTO TIMER 57 Automatic tracking 23 AV COMPU-LINK 58

H
Host channel 9

S
Satellite Auto Recording 62 Skip Search 24 Special effect playback Frame-by-Frame Playback 32 High-Speed Picture Search 31 Picture Search 31 Slow Motion Playback 33 Still Picture Playback 32 Variable-Speed Picture Search 31 Specifications 87 STD AUDIO REC MODE 55 SUPERIMPOSE 57 S-VHS ET 59 S-VHS MODE 58

I
Index Front display panel 84 Front panel 82 Rear panel 83 Remote 86 On-screen display 85 Index Search 24 Instant Timer Recording (ITR) 28 i.LINK Setting 60

C
Cable box setting Brand 16 Input channel 16 Installing Controller 15 Channel No. indication 28 Clock setting Manual setting 12 Preparations 10 Semiauto setting 11 Clock time 28 Connection 7 Connection to TV 7 Component Video Connection 8 S-VIDEO connection 8 Contents 6 Counter reset 22, 85

J
JLIP ID Number Setting 63

M
Manual tracking 23 Multi-Brand Remote Controlling four JVC VCRs 71 Setting Cable Box brand 69 Setting DBS receiver brand 70 Setting TV brand 68

T
Tape position indicator 22 Tape remaining time 85 Time counter 22, 85 Time zone selection 11 Timer recording Canceling 40 Changing 40 Checking 40 Express 38 Guide channel setting 36 Overlap 41 VCR Plus+ 34 Tracking 23 Troubleshooting 72 Tuner setting Adding channels 14 Auto Channel Set 13 Manual Channel Set 14 Skipping channels 14 TV OUTPUT 1 56 TV OUTPUT 2 56

N
Next Function Memory 24

D
DBS receiver setting Brand 19 Input channel 19 Installing Controller 18 DIGITAL R3 54 DISPLAY 59 DV AUDIO REC 55

O
On-screen display 29, 85 OPTICAL OUT 55

P
PBS channel 9 PICTURE CONTROL 54 Playback 21 Plug & Play 9 POWER SAVE 57

E
Editing i.LINK/DV Connections 64 Remote Pause function 58 S-VIDEO/VIDEO Connections 66 Express timer programing 38

R
REAR AUX L-1 56 REAR AUX L-2 56 Recording D-VHS Recording 26 S-VHS/VHS Recording 27 Recording speed 26, 27, 65 Repeat playback 22

V
VCR Plus+ Setting 36 VCR Plus+ Timer programing 34 V. CALIBRATION 54 Video Navigation Checking memory 52 Editing titles 48 Finding tapes 44 Playback 42 VIDEO STABILIZER 54 2ND AUDIO REC 55

F
FRONT AUX F-1 56

G
GRAY BACK 57 Guide channel 36 Glossary 80

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Front panel
1 23 4

INDEX (cont.)

5 6 7

S-VIDEO

VIDEO

TIMER IN F-1

MENU (MONO) LAUDIOR CHANNEL +

STOP/ EJECT REC PAUSE

PLAY REW FF D-VHS

9 0 !@#$

1 S-VIDEO/VIDEO/AUDIO input connectors (F-1) : pg. 66 2 POWER button : pg. 21, 27 3 TIMER button : pg. 35, 39, 40 4 Cassette loading slot 5 Remote sensor 6 STOP/EJECT ( 7/0 ) button : pg. 21, 27 7 Front display panel : pg. 84

8 PLAY ( 3 ) button : pg. 21 9 CHANNEL + and buttons : pg. 23, 26, 27 0 REC ( ) button : pg. 26, 27 ! PAUSE ( 8 ) button : pg. 27, 32 @ REW ( 1 ) button : pg. 21, 31 ) button : pg. 21, 31 # FF ( $ D-VHS button : pg. 27

To access covered buttons/connectors, pull and open the cover.

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Rear panel
1 2 3 4 5 6

COMPONENT VIDEO OUT


Y PB/CB PR/CR

VHF/UHF
ANTENNA

IN

OUT
S VIDEO

IN
IN(L-1)
S VIDEO

i.LINK IN/OUT DV IN S400


ANTENNA

CABLE BOX REMOTE PAUSE/ AV COMPULINK


R AUDIO L

VIDEO

R AUDIO L

OUT
VIDEO

DIGITAL OUT OPTICAL PCM/DOLBY DIGITAL

IN(L-2)

D THEATER REGION 1

7 8
1 AC power cord : 2 Cooling fan pg. 7

!@

This prevents the temperature from rising inside the VCR. Do not remove it. Install the VCR so as not to block the area around the cooling fan.

3 JLIP terminal : pg. 63 4 Component video output connectors : pg. 8 5 ANTENNA IN terminal : pg. 7 6 i.LINK IN/OUT, DV IN Connector (i.Link*) : pg. 64
* i.Link refers to the IEEE1394-1995 industry specification and extensions thereof. The logo is used for products compliant with the i.Link standard.

7 CABLE BOX Controller connector : pg. 15, 18 8 REMOTE PAUSE/AV COMPULINK terminal REMOTE PAUSE terminal : pg. 67 AV COMPULINK terminal : pg. 58 9 S VIDEO/AUDIO/VIDEO OUT connectors : pg. 7, 8, 66 0 S VIDEO/AUDIO/VIDEO IN connectors (L-2): pg. 66 ! S VIDEO/AUDIO/VIDEO IN connectors (L-1): pg. 66 @ ANTENNA OUT terminal : pg. 7 # DIGITAL OUT OPTICAL terminal : pg. 55

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Front display panel
1 2 3 4 5

INDEX (cont.)

6 7
1 Channel and auxiliary input (L-1, L-2, F-1 and I-1 etc.) Clock time : pg. 28 2 Timer mode indicator : pg. 35, 39 3 Record mode indicator : pg. 26 28 4 Play mode indicator : pg. 21, 22 5 D-Theater indicator : pg. 25 6 D-VHS indicator : pg. 26, 27 7 S-VHS indicator : pg. 58, 59

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On-screen display

D-VHS INDEX -9 B D-VHS JVC E LR DH40000

D-VHS STD 12:59 AM

HD

CH 123 SAP

OFF CC1 CC2 CC3 CC4

1 Cassette indication 2 Cassette type indication : pg. 26 3 Index no. indication : pg. 24 4 VCR operation mode indication 5 Audio monitor indications : pg. 23 6 Clock time Time counter* Tape remaining time (When REMAIN appears)**
* To reset the time counter, press C. RESET on the Remote. The counter reading becomes 0:00:00. It is also reset when a tape is inserted. ** The tape remaining time is calculated based on the recording speed being used. The indicated remaining time is only an estimate.

STREAM PCM AUDIO 1 AUDIO 2 1+2 MIX

When playing back and receiving a audio signals in other new formats When playing back and receiving a PCM audio signals Depends on the DV AUDIO REC setting ( pg.55)

7 Recording mode indication : pg. 26, 27 Recording speed indication 8 Image format (HD/SD) 9 Channel and auxiliary input (L-1, L-2, F-1 and I-1 etc.) 0 Audio Indications
STEREO SAP SAP STEREO Dolby D When receiving the stereo broadcast When receiving SAP (Second Audio Program) broadcast When receiving stereo and SAP broadcast When playing back and receiving a Dolby Digital signals

! Icons : pg. 25 : appears when a D-VHS cassette contains the multiple programs : appears when a D-VHS cassette contains the multiple angle : appears when a D-VHS cassette contains the audio in multiple language : appears when a D-VHS cassette contains the subtitle in multiple language

NOTE:
The subtitles does not appear while the on-screen display is displayed.

@ Selections of the selected icon (!) # Model name of the device connected to the i.LINK connector $ Brand name of the device connected to the i.LINK connector % Type of device connected to the i.LINK connector ^ Tape position indicator : pg. 22

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Remote
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 0 ! @ # $ % ^ & * (
REMOTE CODE

INDEX (cont.)
1 A/B/C/D button : pg. 71 2 VCR/TV/CABLE/DBS selector : pg. 68 71 3 OK Button 4 PROGRAM button : pg. 34, 38 5 STOP +/ button : pg. 35, 38 6 START +/ button : pg. 35, 38 7 Number keys : pg. 26, 27, 34 Character input buttons : pg. 49 8 DAILY button : pg. 35, 39 9 DBS button : pg. 39 0 CANCEL button : pg. 34, 40 C. (Counter) RESET button : pg. 85 < button : pg. 49 ! PLAY ( 3 ) button: pg. 21 @ REW ( 1 ) button : pg. 21, 31 # STOP ( 7 ) button : pg. 21, 27 $ REC ( ) button : pg. 26, 27 % MENU button: pg. 10 ^ % buttons: pg. 11 & NAVI button : pg. 42 * BACK button : pg. 35, 53 ( OSD button : pg. 29 ENTER button : pg. 68 70 ) TV/VCR button : pg. 68 q POWER button : pg. 21, 27 w PROG. CHECK button : pg. 40 e TIMER button : pg. 35, 39, 40 r DATE +/ button : pg. 35, 38 t TV/VCR CH +/ buttons : pg. 26, 38, 68 70 y REC LINK button : pg. 62 u SUBTITLE button : pg. 25 i REC SPEED button : pg. 26, 27 o WEEKLY button : pg. 35, 39 p ENTER button Q SKIP SEARCH button : pg. 24 W > button : pg. 49 E AUX button : pg. 67 R FF ( ) button : pg. 21, 31 T PAUSE ( 8 ) button : pg. 27, 32 Y TV VOL +/ button : pg. 68 U OK Button I 4 (@ #) button : pg. 24 O A. (Audio) MONITOR button : pg. 23 (TV Muting) button : pg. 68 P DISPLAY button : pg. 28
The glow-in-the-dark buttons shown in white on the illustration on the left column are helpful when using the Remote in darkened rooms. Buttons with a small dot on the left side of the name can also be used to operate your TV after setting the VCR/TV/CABLE/DBS selector to TV. ( pg. 68).

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POWER
A/B/C/D TV/VCR

q w e r t y u i o p Q W E R T Y U I O P

VCR CABLE TV /DBS

PROGRAM

PROG.CHECK

TIMER

START

STOP

DATE

TV/VCR CH

.,?

ABC

DEF

REC LINK

SUBTITLE
GHI JKL MNO

REC SPEED

DBS
PQRS

DAILY
TUV

WEEKLY
WXYZ

ENTER

C. RESET CANCEL

AUX

SKIP SEARCH

PLAY
REW

FF

REC

STOP

PAUS E

MENU

TV VOL
NAVI

BACK

ENTER
OSD
DISPLAY

A.MO

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How to use the Remote


Before use, insert two AA size batteries into the Remote with the polarity ( and ) matched correctly as indicated on the battery compartment or on the lid. The Remote can operate most of your VCRs functions, as well as basic functions of TV sets, cable boxes and DBS receivers. Point the Remote toward the remote sensor on the target component. The maximum operating distance of the remote control is about 8 m.

NOTES:
If the Remote does not work properly, remove its batteries, wait for a few seconds, replace the batteries and then try again. If the batteries of the Remote are discharged, the Remote will not be able to control the TV, cable box or DBS receiver. Replace the batteries.

SPECIFICATIONS
GENERAL Power requirement Power consumption Power on Power off Temperature Operating Storage Operating position Dimensions (W x H x D) TUNER : AC 120 V`, 60 Hz : 42 W : 18 W : 5C to 40C (41F to 104F) : 20C to 60C (4F to140F) : Horizontal only : 435 mm x 94 mm x 383 mm (17-3/16" x 3-3/4" x 15-1/8") : 5.5 kg (12.2 lbs) Tuning system Channel coverage VHF UHF CATV TIMER Clock reference Program capacity Memory backup time CONNECTORS Input/Output

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: Frequency-synthesized tuner : Channels 213 : Channels 1469 : 113 Channels : Quartz : 1-year programmable timer/ 24 programs : Approx. 10 min. : i.LINK IN/OUT (DV IN) x 2 (4-pin, S400) RCA connectors (IN x 3, OUT x 2) S-video connectors (IN x 3, OUT x 2) Component video OUT (Y, PB/CB, PR/CR) x 1 Digital OUT (optical) x 1 : Infrared remote control unit, AA battery x 2, Audio cable, RF cable (F-type), S-video cable (4-pin), Controller

Weight Maximum recording time D-VHS (HS) : 210 min. with DF-420 video cassette D-VHS (STD) : 420 min. with DF-420 video cassette D-VHS (LS3) : 1260 min. with DF-420 video cassette D-VHS (LS5) : 2100 min. with DF-420 video cassette S-VHS/VHS (SP) : 210 min. with ST-210 video cassette S-VHS/VHS (EP) : 630 min. with ST-210 video cassette VIDEO/AUDIO (D-VHS) Video format : MPEG2 standard Audio format : Encode MPEG1 Layer2 Decode MPEG1 Layer2/ Dolby Digital LINEAR PCM (HS/STD) Track composition Tape speed : 33.4 mm/sec (HS mode) 16.67 mm/sec (STD mode) 5.55 mm/sec (LS3 mode) 3.33 mm/sec (LS5 mode) Head azimuth : 30 deg Drum rotation : 1800 rpm Tracking system : CTL track system Recording specification Main data input rate : 28.2 Mbps (HS mode) 14.1 Mbps (STD mode) 4.7 Mbps (LS3 mode) 2.8 Mbps (LS5 mode) Interface : IEEE1394 compliant DTCP digital copy protection compatible VIDEO/AUDIO (S-VHS/VHS) Format : S-VHS/VHS NTSC standard Signal system : NTSC-type color signal and EIA monochrome signal, 525 lines/60 fields Recording/ Playback system : DA-4 (Double Azimuth) head helical scan system Signal-to-noise ratio : 45 dB Frequency range Normal audio : 70 Hz to 10,000 Hz Hi-Fi audio : 20 Hz to 20,000 Hz

ACCESSORIES Provided accessories

Specifications shown are for SP mode unless specified otherwise. E. & O.E. Design and specifications subject to change without notice.

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FOR SERVICING (Only in U.S.A.)

HOW TO LOCATE YOUR JVC SERVICE CENTER


TOLL FREE: 1-800-537-5722 http://www.jvc.com

Dear customer,

In order to receive the most satisfaction from your purchase, please read the instruction booklet before operating the unit. In the event that repair is necessary, or for the address nearest your location within the Continental United States, please call 1-800-537-5722 for your nearest authorized servicer or visit our website at www.JVC.com. Remember to retain your Bill of Sale for Warranty Service.

JVC

JVC SERVICE & ENGINEERING COMPANY OF AMERICA DIVISION OF JVC AMERICAS CORP.
Sophisticated electronic products may require occasional service. Just as quality is a keyword in the engineering and production of the wide array of JVC products, service is the key to maintaining the high level performance for which JVC is world famous. The JVC service and engineering organization stands behind our products.
NATIONAL HEADQUARTERS JVC SERVICE & ENGINEERING COMPANY OF AMERICA DIVISION OF JVC AMERICAS CORP. 10 New Maple Avenue Pine Brook, NJ 07058-9641

ACCESSORIES
To purchase accessories for your JVC product, you may contact your local JVC Dealer. From the 48 Continental United States call toll free: 1-800-882-2345 or on the web at www.JVC.com

Don't service the product yourself.


CAUTION
To prevent electrical shock, do not open the cabinet. There are no user serviceable parts inside. Please refer to qualified service personnel for repairs.

WARRANTY (Only in U.S.A.)

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LIMITED WARRANTY

CONSUMER VIDEO 1-90

JVC COMPANY OF AMERICA warrants this product and all parts thereof, except as set forth below ONLY TO THE ORIGINAL PURCHASER AT RETAIL to be FREE FROM DEFECTIVE MATERIALS AND WORKMANSHIP from the date of original retail purchase for the period as shown below. ("The Warranty Period") PARTS

1 YR

LABOR

90 DAYS

THIS LIMITED WARRANTY IS VALID ONLY IN THE FIFTY (50) UNITED STATES, THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA AND IN COMMONWEALTH OF PUERTO RICO. WHAT WE WILL DO: If this product is found to be defective, JVC will repair or replace defective parts at no charge to the original owner. Such repair and replacement services shall be rendered by JVC during normal business hours at JVC authorized service centers. Parts used for replacement are warranted only for the remainder of the Warranty Period. All products and parts thereof may be brought to a JVC authorized service center on a carry-in basis except for Television sets having a screen size 25 inches and above which are covered on an in-home basis. WHAT YOU MUST DO FOR WARRANTY SERVICE: Return your product to a JVC authorized service center with a copy of your bill of sale. For your nearest JVC authorized service center, please call toll free: (800) 252-5722. If service is not available locally, box the product carefully, preferably in the original carton, and ship, insured, with a copy of your bill of sale plus a letter of explanation of the problem to the nearest JVC Factory Service Center, the name and location of which will be given to you by the toll-free number. If you have any questions concerning your JVC Product, please contact our Customer Relations Department. WHAT IS NOT COVERED: This limited warranty provided by JVC does not cover: 1. Products which have been subject to abuse, accident, alteration, modification, tampering, negligence, misuse, faulty installation, lack of reasonable care, or if repaired or serviced by anyone other than a service facility authorized by JVC to render such service, or if affixed to any attachment not provided with the products, or if the model or serial number has been altered, tampered with, defaced or removed; 2. Initial installation and installation and removal for repair; 3. Operational adjustments covered in the Owner's Manual, normal maintenance, video and audio head cleaning; 4. Damage that occurs in shipment, due to act of God, and cosmetic damage; 5. Signal reception problems and failures due to line power surge; 6. Video Pick-up Tubes/CCD Image Sensor, Cartridge, Stylus (Needle) are covered for 90 days from the date of purchase; 7. Accessories; 8. Batteries (except that Rechargeable Batteries are covered for 90 days from the date of purchase); from the date of purchase); There are no other express warranties except as listed above. THE DURATION OF ANY IMPLIED WARRANTIES INCLUDING THE IMPLIED WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY, IS LIMITED TO THE DURATION OF THE EXPRESS WARRANTY HEREIN. JVC SHALL NOT BE LIABLE FOR THE LOSS OF USE OF THE PRODUCT, INCONVENIENCE, LOSS OR ANY OTHER DAMAGES, WHETHER DIRECT, INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL (INCLUDING, WITHOUT LIMITATION, DAMAGE TO TAPES, RECORDS OR DISCS) RESULTING FROM THE USE OF THIS PRODUCT, OR ARISING OUT OF ANY BREACH OF THIS WARRANTY. ALL EXPRESS AND IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING THE WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR PARTICULAR PURPOSE, ARE LIMITED TO THE WARRANTY PERIOD SET FORTH ABOVE. Some states do not allow the exclusion of incidental or consequential damages or limitations on how long an implied warranty lasts, so these limitations or exclusions may not apply to you. This warranty gives you specific legal rights and you may also have other rights which vary from state to state. JVC COMPANY OF AMERICA DIVISION OF JVC AMERICAS CORP. 1700 Valley Road Wayne, New Jersey 07470

REFURBISHED PRODUCTS CARRY A SEPARATE WARRANTY, THIS WARRANTY DOES NOT APPLY. FOR DETAILS OF REFURBISHED PRODUCT WARRANTY, PLEASE REFER TO THE REFURBISHED PRODUCT WARRANTY INFORMATION PACKAGED WITH EACH REFURBISHED PRODUCT.
For customer use: Enter below the Model No. and Serial No. which is located either on the rear, bottom or side of the cabinet. Retain this information for future reference. Model No.: Purchase date: Serial No.: Name of dealer: