CD-M4000W/CP-M4000
sr-uUH= SERVICE MANUAL
No. S9156CDM4000W
MINI COMPONENT SYSTEM
MODEL
CD-M4000W
SPEAKER SYSTEM
DIGITAL AUDIO
MODEL
CP-M4000
9 In the interests of user-safety the set should be restored to its
original condition and only parts identical to those specified be
used.
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CONTENTS
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SAFETY PRECAUTION FOR SERVICE MANUAL ...........................................................................................................
VOLTAGE SELECTION .....................................................................................................................................................
AC POWER SUPPLY CORD AND AC PLUG ADAPTOR .................................................................................................
SPECIFICATIONS .......... . .................................................................................................................................................
NAMES OF PARTS ...........................................................................................................................................................
OPERATION MANUAL.. ...... AL.. ...- .. ...................................................................................................................................
DISASSEMBLY.. ................... .............................................................................................................................................
REMOVING AND REINSTALLING THE MAIN PARTS.. .................................................................................................
ADJUSTMENT .................................................................................................................................................................
BLOCK DIAGRAM ...........................................................................................................................................................
SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM/WIRING SIDE OF P.W.BOARD.. ...........................................................................................
VOLTAGE ............ ............................................................................................................................................................
NOTES ON SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM ..............................................................................................................................
TYPES OF TRANSISTOR AND LED.. ..............................................................................................................................
WAVEFORMS OF CD CIRCUIT.. ....................................................................................................................................
TROUBLESHOOTING.. . .................................................................................................................................................
FUNCTION TABLE OF IC ................................................................. .:. ............................................................................
FL DISPLAY.. ....................................................................................................................................................................
REPLACEMENT PARTS LIST/EXPLODED VIEW
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This document has been published to be used
for after sales service only.
The contents are subject to change without notice.
Cd-M4000W/CP-M4000
SAFETY PRECAUTION FOR SERVICE MANUAL
WARNINGS
THE AEL (ACCESSIBLE EMISSION LEVEL) OF THE LASER POWER OUTPUT IS LESS THAN CLASS 1 BUT THE LASER
COMPONENT IS CAPABLE OF EMITTING RADIATION EXCEEDING THE LIMIT FOR CLASS 1. THEREFORE IT IS
IMPORTANTTHATTHE FOLLOWING PRECAUTIONS ARE OBSERVED DURING SERVICING TO PROTECT YOUR EYES
AGAINST EXPOSURE TO THE LASER BEAM.
l-WHEN THE CABINET IS REMOVED, THE POWER IS TURNED ON WITHOUT A COMPACT DISC IN POSITION AND THE
PICKUP IS ON THE OUTER EDGE THE LASER WILL LIGHT FOR SEVERAL SECONDS TO DETECT A DISC. DO NOT
LOOK INTO THE PICKUP LENS.
P-THE LASER POWER OUTPUT OF THE PICKUP UNIT AND REPLACEMENT SERVICE PARTS ARE ALL FACTORY
PRESET BEFORE SHIPMENT.
DO NOT ATTEMPT TO READJUST THE LASER PICKUP UNIT DURING REPLACEMENT OR SERVICING.
3-UNDER NO CIRCUMSTANCES STARE INTO THE PICKUP LENS AT ANY TIME.
4-CAUTION-USE OF CONTROLS OR ADJUSTMENTS, OR PERFORMANCE OF PROCEDURES OTHER THAN THOSE
SPECIFIED HEREIN MAY RESULT IN HAZARDOUS RADIATION EXPOSURE.
CLASS 1 LASER PRODUCT
APPAREIL i LASER DE CLASSE 1
PRODUCT0 LASER DE CLASE 1
Laser Diode Properties
Material: GaAlAs
Wavelength: 780 nm
Emission Duration: continuous
Laser Output: max. 0.6 mW
VOLTAGE SELECTION
Before operating the unit on mains, check the preset voltage. If the voltage is different from your local voltage, adjust the yoltage
as follows.
Turn the selector with a screwdriver until the appropriate voltage number appears in the window (1 IO V, 127 V, 220 V or 230 V-240 V AC).
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CD-M4000W/CP-M4000
AC POWER SUPPLY CORD AND AC PLUG ADAPTOR
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FOR A COMPLETE DESCRIPTION OF THE OPERATION OF THIS UNIT, PLEASE REFER
TO THE OPERATION MANUAL.
SPECIFICATIONS
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Tuner
Frequency range
FM: 88 - 108 MHz
AM: 531 1,602 kHz
w Cassette deck
Frequency response
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Amplifier
MPO: 520 W (260 W + 260 W) (10 % T.H.D.)
Signal/noise ratio
50 14,000 Hz (Normal tape)
/ 55 dB (TAPE 1, Dlavbackl
150 dB (TAPE 2, &&din&playback)
Wow and flutter
IO.3 % IWRMS1
RMS: 300 W (150 W + 150 W) (10 % T.H.D.)
TYPO
4-way type speaker system
Super Tweeter
Video/Auxiliary (audio signal): 500 mV/47 kohms
8 cm (3-118”) Tweeter
8 cm (3-118”) Midrange
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CD player
Maximum input power
(Total)
25 cm (lo”) Woofer
300 W
Rated input power
(Total)
150w
Impedance
6 ohms
Dimensions
Width: 422 mm (16-518”)
Height’ 330 mm (13”)
Depth: 306 mm (12-1116”)
Weight
8.5 kg (18.7 Ibs.)/each
Specifications for this model are subject to change without
prior notice.
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CD-M4000W/CP-M4000
n Front panel
1. Disc Tray
P.Timer Set Indicator
3.On/Stand-by Button
4. Tape 2 Cassette Compartment
5. Tape 1 Cassette Compartment
6. Equalizer Mode Select Button
7. Volume Control
8. Monster Bass/Demo Mode Button (with Indicator)
9. Disc Tray Open/Close Button
lO.Disc Number Select Buttons (with indicator)
11 .Disc Skip Button
lZ.Tuning and Time Up Button
13.Tape 2 Reverse Play Button (with Indicator)
14.CD Button
15Tuner (Band) Button
16.Tape (1 - 2) Button
17.Video/Auxiliary B u t t o n .
18.Dimmer Button
19.Clock Button
SO.Timer/Sleep Button
21 .Headphone Socket
22.CD or Tape Stop Button (with indicator)
23.CD Play or Repeat, Tape 1 Play,
Tape 2 Forward Play Button (with Indicator)
24.Tape 2 Reverse Mode Select Button
25.CD Track Up or Fast Forward, Tape 2 Fast Wind,
Tuner Preset Up Button
26.Tuning and Time Down Button
27.Memory/Set Button
28.Tape 2 Record Pause Button
29.CD Track Down or Fast Reverse, Tape 2 Fast Wind,
Tuner Preset Down Button
30,Microphone Level Control
31 .Microphone Socket
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n Display
1. FM Stereo Mode Indicator
2. FM Stereo Receiving Indicator
3. Karaoke Mode Indicator
4. CD Repeat Play Indicator
5. CD Pause Indicator
6. CD Play Indicator
7. Tape 2 Record Indicator
8. Tape Reverse Mode Indicator
9. Disc Number Indicators
lO.Timer Play Indicator
11 .Memory Indicator
lP.Tape 2 Reverse Play Indicator
13.Tape 1 Play or Tape 2 Forward Play Indicator
14.Sleep Indicator
15.Timer Recording Indicator
16.Spectrum AnalyserNolume Level Indicator
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CD-M4000W/CP-M4000
n Rear panel
1. FM 75 Ohms Aerial Terminal
2. FM Aerial Earth Terminal
3. AM Loop Aerial Socket
4. Span Selector Switch
S.Video/Auxiliary (Audio Signal) input Sockets
6. Speaker Terminals
7. AC Power Lead
8. AC Voltage Selector
1
n Remote control
1. Remote Control Transmitter
2. Echo Level Up and Down Buttons
3. Karaoke Mode Button
4. Disc Number Select Buttons
5. CD Clear Button
A 2
* 3
6. Tape 2 Record Pause Button
7. CD Track Down or Fast Reverse, Tape 2 Fast Wind,
Tuner Preset Down Button
8. Equalizer Mode Select Button
9. Tape 2 Reverse Play Button
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A5
6
lO.CD Button
11 .Tuner (Band) Button
12.0n/Stand-by Button
13.Monster Bass Button
14.CD Random Button
15.CD Memory Button
16.CD Pause Button
17.CD Track Up or Fast Forward, Tape 2 Fast Wind,
Tuner Preset Up Button
18.CD or Tape Stop Button
19.CD Play or Repeat, Tape 1 Play,
Tape 2 Forward Play Button
PO.VideolAuxiliary Button
2l.Tape (1 - 2) Button
- .22.Volume Up and Down-Buttons
7
8
9
IO
11
12
13
Buttons with “A” mark in the illustration can be operated on the remote control
only.
Other buttons can be operated both on the main unit and the remote control.
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Cd-M4000W/CP-M4000
n Speaker system
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1. Tweeter
2. Super Tweeter
3. Midrange
4. Woofer
5. Bass Reflex Due
6. Speaker Terminals
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4
2
3
OPERATION MANUAL
System Connections
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Setting the AC voltage selector
n Setting
the FM/AM span selector
Check the setting of the AC voltage selector located an the rear panel before plugging the unit into a wall so&et. If necessary, adjust the selector to correspond to the
AC power voltage used I”your area.
Turn the selector with a screwdriver until the appropriate voltage number appears in the window (110 V, 127 V, 220 V or 230 V - 240 V AC).
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Connecting the AC power lead
After making all connections, plug the unit. If you plug the unit first,
the unit will enter the demonstration mode.
Note:
Unplug the AC power lea&from the wall socket if the unit will not be in use for a prolonged period of time.
AC Plug Adaptor
In areas (or countries) where a wall socket as shown I”illustration Q is used, connect
the unit using the AC plug adaptor supplled with the urxt, as illustrated The AC plug
adaptor IS not included in areas where the wall socket and AC power plug can be
directly connected (see lllustratlon 0).
The International Telecommuntcatlon Union (ITU) has establlshed that member countrues should maintain either a 100 kHz or a 50 kHz interval between broadcasting frequencles of FM statons and 10 kHz or 9 kHz for AM station. The illustration shows
the 5019 kHz zones (regons 1 and 3), and the lOOI kHz zone (region 2)
Before “sing the ““It, set the SPAN SELECTOR swtch (on the rear panel) to the
Interval (span) Of your area
To change the tuning zone:
1 Press the ON/STAN D-B,’button to enter the stand-by mode.
2 Set the SPAN SELECTOR switch (on the rear panel) as follows.
. For 50 kHz FM interval (9 kHz in.AM) + 5019
. For 100 kHz FM Interval (10 kHz ,n AM) --* iOO/lO
3 Whilst pressmg down the t button and the MONSTER-BASS button. press the ON,
STAND-BY burton until “CLEAR AL” appears.
Caution:
This operation will erase all data stored in memory Including clock, timer settings,
tuner preset, and CD programme.
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CD-M4000W/CP-M4000
Setting the Clock
4 Press the TUNlNGfrlME (v or A) button to adjust the hour and then
press the MEMORY/SET button.
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Press the TUNlNG,TlME (v or A) button once to advance the time by 1 hour.
Hold it down to advance contnuousiy.
Press the TUNING/TIME (v or A) button to adjust the minutes and
then press the MEMORYISET button.
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In this example, the clock is set for the 24.hour CO:001 disolav.
Press the ON/STAND-BY button to turn the power on.
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Press the TUNlNG,TlME (v or A) button once to advance the time by 1
minute. Hold it down to change the bme in 5mmute Intervats.
s The hour will not advance even if minutes advance from “59”to “00’
l The clock begins counting from “0” seconds. (Seconds are not displayed.)
The time dlsptay will disappear after a few seconds.
! Press the CLOCK button and within 5 seconds, press the MEMO.
RY/SET button.
1 Press the TUNING/TIME (v or A) button to select 24-hour or 12.
hour display and then press the MEMORY/SET button.
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To confirm the time display:
Press the CLOCK button.
The time display will appear for about 5 seconds.
Note:
The “CLOCK” or iime will flash at the push of the CLOCK button when the AC power
supply is restored after a power failure or unplugging the “nit.
Readjust the clock as follows.
“0:oo”
+ The 24-hour display will appear.
(0:OO - 23:59)
“AM 12:OO”
+ The 12.hour display will appear.
(AM 12’00 -PM ,159)
“AM OXlO”
+ The 12-hour display will appear.
(AM O:OO. PM 11:59)
Note that this can only be set when the unit IS first installed or it has been reset.
To readjust the clock:
Perform “Setting the Clock” from the begrnning. If the time display IS flashing, step 3
(for selecting the 24.hour or 12.hour display) will be skipped.
To change the 24-hour or Is-hour display:
1 Clear ali the programmed contents.
2 Perform “Setting the Clock” from the beginning.
Remote Control
w Test of the remote control
Face the remote control directly to the rem& sensor on the wt.
The remote control can be used within the range shown below:
Press the ON/STAND-BY button Does the power turn on? Now. you can enjoy the
music.
Remote sensor
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(8” - 20’)
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CD-M4000W/CP-M4000
Troubleshooting Chart
Many potential problems can be resoived by the owner without calling a service technicran.
If something is wrong with this product, check the following before calling your authorn?d SHARP dealer or service centre.
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General
Symptom
. The clock IS not on time.
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Possible cause
Did a power failure occur? Reset the
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Cassette deck
Symptom
. Cannot record.
. Cannot record tracks with proper
sound quality.
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Sound skipping.
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Possible cause
. Is the erase-prevent,on tab removed?
. f?. it a normal tape? (You cannot record on
a metal or 00, tape.)
comoletelv.
. Is there any slack?
Set tfx unit to the power stand-by mode
When a button is pressed, the unit
Are the capstans, p,nch roifers, or heads
If the unit still malfuncbons, reset it.
the heads remkln engaged with the tape.
Do not open the comparfment forcibly.
Walt until electrfcity resumes.
. Are the headphones connected?
l Are the speaker wires disconnected?
. Is the karaoke modesetto “L-CH”. “R-CH”
or”V-CANCEL”?
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w CD player
Symptom
. Playback does not start.
. Playback stops m the middle or is
not performed properly.
. Playback sounds are skipped. or
stopped in the middle of a track.
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Possible cause
Is the disc loaded upside down?
. Does the disc satisfy the standards?
l Is the disc distorted or scratched?
l Is the unit located near excessive vibra-
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:?e?discverydIm/,
. Has condensation formed inside the unit?
Radio makes unusual noise con-
Is the unit placed near the TV or computIs the FM aerial or AM loop aerial placed
properly? Move the AC power lead away
from the aerial if located near.
Troubleshooting Chart
w If trouble occurs
When this product is subjected to strong external interference (mechanical shock,
excessive statrc efectncity, abnormal supply voltage due to lightning, etc.) or if It is
operated incorrectly, it may malfunction.
If such a problem occurs, do the following:
1 Set the unit to the stand-by mode and turn the power on again
2 If the unit IS not restored !n the previous operabon, unplug and plug in the unit,
and then turn the power on.
Note:
if neither operation above restores the unit, clear all the memory by resetting it
w Clearing all the memory (reset)
1
2
Press the ON/STAND-BY button to enter the power stand-by mode.
Whilst pressing down the + button and the MONSTER-BASS button, press the
ON/STAND-BY button until “CLEAR AL” appears.
Caution:
This operation will erase ail data stored in memory including clock, trmer settings,
tuner preset, and CD programme.
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2
3
4
5
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Possible cause
Is the karaoke inodeset to “L-CH”, “R-0,’
or “V-CANCEL”?
The remote control does not oper- . Is the AC power lead of the unit plugged
. Is the battery ;olarfty respected?
. Is the distance or angle incorrect?
. Does the rem& control sensor recewe
w Tuner
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Symptom
The vocal part of a multiplexed
disc IS not heard.
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Karaoke
Before transporting the unit
Press the ON/STAND-BY button to t”rn the power on.
Press the CD button.
Press the & OPEN/CLOSE button to open the disc tray.
Remove all CDs inserted in the unit.
Press the 6 OPEN/CLOSE button to close the disc tray.
Make sure that “NO DISC” IS dlspiayed
Press theON/STAND-BY button toenterthestand-by mode, and then unplug
the AC power lead from the wall socket.
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CD-M4000W/CP-M4000
DISASSEMBLY
Caution on Disassembly
Follow the below-mentioned notes when disassembling
the unit and reassembling it, to keep it safe and ensure
excellent performance:
1. Take cassette tape and compact disc out of the unit.
2. Be sure to remove the power supply plug from the wall
outlet before starting to disassemble the unit.
3. Take off nylon bands or wire holders where they need to
be removed when disassembling the unit. After servicing
the unit, be sure to rearrange the leads where they were
before disassembling.
4. Take sufficient care on static electricity of integrated
circuits and other circuits when servicing.
PROCEDURE
FIGURI
1. Screw ....................... (Al) x4
9-l
1. Screw ....................... (Bl) x8
9-l
1. Turn on the power supply,
9-2
Top Cabinet
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03 x 1Omm
R’ear
Panel
Figure 9-1
open the disc tray, take out
the CD tray cover, and close.
(Note 1)
2.
3.
4.
5.
Rear Panel with
CD Tray Cover
Screw ....................... (Cl) xl
Hook.. ....................... (C2) x3
Hook.. ....................... (C3) x2
Socket ...................... (C4) x2
1. Screw ..................... (Dl) x10
2. Socket ...................... (D2) x l
9-2
1. Screw ....................... (El) xl
9-2
2. Flat Cable.. ............... (E2) xl IO-2
3. Socket ...................... (E3) x4 IO-2,1O-:
1. Screw ....................... (Fl) x7
2. Socket ...................... (F2) x2
IO-3
IO-2
3. PWB Holder ............. (F3) x3
4. Flat Wire. .................. (F4) xl
1. Screw.. ..................... (Gl) xl
10-3
Transformer
10-3
2. Socket ...................... (G2) xl
2. Hook.. ....................... (G3) x2
1. Knob.. ....................... (Hl) xl
jO-4
2. Screw ..................... (H2) x12
3. Flat Cable ................. (H3) xl
1. Open the cassette holder.
2. Screw
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1 o-4
(Ji) x5
1. Screw:. ..................... (Kl) xl
lo-4
1. Screw.. ..................... (Ll) x2
10-4
1. Hook ........................ (Ml) x2
2. Cover ...................... (M2) xl
10-5
1. Turn fully the lock lever in the.
arrow direction.
9-3
2. While holding the lock lever,rotate
the cam gear until the cam gear
rib engages with the clamp lever.
3. Push the slide chassis backward to
engage the claw with the groove
and remove it in the direction
of the arrow. ................. (Nl) x6
1 O-l
1. Screw. ...................... (Pi) xl
2. Hook ......................... (P2) x2
3. Socket ...................... (P3) x4
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03xlOmm
Figure 9-2
1 O-6
Figure 9-3
Note 2:
1. Hook . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . fQ1) x2 1 11-2 1
/ 2. Hook ..____......_............iQ2j x3
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Note 1: How to open the changer manually. (Fig. 9-3)
1. In this state, turn fully the lock lever in the arrow direction through
the hole on the loading chaissis bottom.
2. While holding the lock lever, rotate the cam gear anticlockwise until the
cam gear rib engages with the clamp lever. (Fig. 10-l)
3. After that, push forward the slide Chaissis.
1. After removing the connector for the optical pickup from the
connector, wrap the conductive aluminium foil around the front end
of the connector so as to protect the optical pickup from electrostatic damage.
Note 3:
1. Be careful not to break the claw of the CD mechanism.
2. When fining back the cam gear assembly, let it lock by front
movement.
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CD--M4000W/CP-M4000
Clamp Lever
CD Player Unit
(Top View)
Cam Gear Rib
Figure 10-l
(E3) x1-y
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Figure 1 O-4
urntable
Figure 1 O-2
Figure 10-5
(Nl) x 3
(Push iPush 1
Figure 1 O-3
Figure 10-6
CD-M4000W/CP-M4000
Mechanism
Figure 1 l-l
Figure 11-2
&moxAss!
Net . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2. Catching Holder . . . . . (A2) x4
3. Screw ..................... (A3) x4
Front Panel,
11-5
2
Super Tweeter
1. Screw ..................... (Bl) x2
3
Woofer
1. Screw ..................... (Cl) x4
1 l-5
4
Tweeter
1. Screw ..................... (Dl) x4
11-5
5
Midrange
1. Screw ..................... (El) x4
11-5
Figure 11-3
Sneaker Box Ass’y
Figure 11-4
Figure l-l-5
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CD-M4000W/CP-M4000
REMOVING AND REINSTALLING .THE MAIN TART;S
TAPE MECHANISM SECTION
TAPE 2
Perform steps 1 to 7 and 9 of the disassembly method to
remove the tape mechanism.
How to remove the record/playback and erase
heads (TAPE 2) (See Fig. 12-I)
1. When you remove the screws (Al) x 2 PCS., the recording/
playback head and three-dimensional head of the erasing
head can be removed.
Erase Head
How to remove the playback head (TAPE 1)
(See Fig. 12-2)
1. When you remove the screws (Bi) x 2 PCS., the playback
head.
ti2 x 6mm
Figure 12-l
1 TAPE 1 /
How to remove the pinch roller (TAPE l/2)
(See Fig. 12-3)
1. Carefully bend the pinch roller paw1 in the direction of the
arrow <AZ, and remove the pinch roller (Cl) x 1 PC., in the
direction of the arrow cB>.
Note:
When installing the pinch roller, pay attention to the spring
mounting position.
(Bl) x 1
02x9m
How to remove the belt (TAPE 2)
(See Fig. 12-4)
1. Remove the main belt (Dl) x 1 PC., from the motor side
2. Remove the FF/REW belt (D2) x 1 pc.
Figure 12-2
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How to remove the belt (TAPE 1)
(See Fig. 12-4)
1. Remove the main belt (El) x 1 PC., from the motor side.
2. Remove the FF/REW belt (E2) x 1 pc.
How to remove the motor (See Fig. 12-5)
1. Remove the screws (Fl) x 2 PCS., to remove the motor.
Pinch
Tape
KY
Figure 12-3
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Flvwheel
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Flywheel
Ass’y
Figure 12-5
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Figure 12-4
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FFlREW
Roller
CD-M4000W/CP-M4000
CD MECHANISM SECTION
CD Loading Motor
Perform steps 1, 2, 3, 12, 13, 14 and 15 of the disassembly
method to remove the CD mechanism.
How to remove the CD loading motor
(See Fig. 13-1)
1. Bend the hooks (Al) x 5 PCS., to remove the CD loading
motor.
2. Remove the drive belt (A2) x 1 pc.
Figure 13-1
How to remove the pickup (See Fig. 13-2)
1. Remove the stop washer (Bl) x 1 PC., to remove the gear
(B2) x 1 pc.
2. Remove the screws (B3) x2 PCS., to remove the shaft (84).
3. Remove the pickup.
Note
After removing the connector for the optical pickup from the
connector wrap the conductive aluminium foil around the front
end of connector so as to protect the optical pickup from
electrostatic damage.
(B4) x 1
Gear
(B2) x 1
Figure 13-2
ADJUSTMENT
MECHANISM SECTION
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Torque Meter
Play: TW-2111
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Driving Force Check
Tape Speed
Test Tape
Specified Value
N o r m a l MTT-111
speed
Tape 1: Over 80 g
Tape 2: Over 80 g
Adjusting
Point
Specified
Value
Variable
Resistor in
motor.
3,000 k 30 Hz
Torque Check
/ TAPE MECHANISM 1
Figure 13-3
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Instrument
Connection
Speaker i
terminal
(Load
resistance:
6 ohms)
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CD-M4000W/CP-M4000
. FM RF
Signal generator: 1 kHz, 40 kHz dev., FM modulated
TUNER SECTION
fL: Low-range frequency
fH: High-range frequency
l AM IF/RF
Signal generator: 400 Hz, 30%, AM modulated
Test Stage Frequency Frequency
Display
AM IF
450 kHz
AM Band Coverage
AM Tracking 990 kHz
*l . Input: Antenna
*2. Input: Antenna
Test Stage Frequency Frequency
Display
FM Band -
Setting/ Instrument
Adjusting Connection
Parts
1,602 kHz
T351
531 kHz
(fL): T306
l2
Coverage
FM RF
(fL): T303 *l
Output: TP302
Output: TP301
CNP301
AM LOOP
ANTENNA
IC301
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1 MAIN PWB j
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*I. Input: Antenna
L+ R357
Figure 14-1 ADJUSTMENT POINTS
CD SECTION
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98.00 MHz 98.00 MHz L312
(1 O-30 dB)
ITest Staae / Freauencv / Freauenc
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D&play-
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87.50 MHz T301 (fL):
1.3 V i 50 mV
*I. Input: Antenna Output: TP301
*2. Input: Antenna Output: Speaker terminal
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FMIF
Signal generator: 10.7 MHz, FN I modulated
1.1 F 0.i v
so301
FM ANTENNA
TERMINAL
Instrument
Point
‘1
990 kHz
Setting/
Adjusting Connection
Adjustment
Since this CD system incorporates the following automatic
adjustment functions, readjustment is not needed when
replacing the pickup. Therefore, different PWBs and pickups
can be combined freely.
Each time a disc is changed, these adjustments are
performed automatically. Therefore, playback of each disc
can be performed under optimum conditions.
Items adjusted automatically
(1) Offset adjustment (The offset voltage between the head
amplifier output and the VREF reference voltage is
compensated inside the IC.)
* Focus offset adjustment
* Tracking offset adjustment
(2) Tracking balance adjustment (waveform drawing
Fig.14-2 EFBL)
(3) Gain adjustment (The gain is compensated inside the IC
so that the loop gain at the gain crossover frequency will
be 0 dB.)
* Focus gain adjustment
’Tracking gain adjustment
14-
Output: TP301
CD-M4000W/CP-M4000
TEST M,ODE
Setting the test mode
Any one of test mode can be set by pressing several keys as follows.
<X-BASS> + <CD> + <POWER> TEST:CD operation test
l
Function:-CD test mode.
-Enter test mode.
OPEN/CLOSE operation is using manual.
c~~77,
’
IL isn’t done
ccc+> buttons’make pick’s slide possible.
<<PLAY>> key input.
Do TOC IL. Do normal play
When these following key is input
into PLAY key, track number can
be appoint directly
<<MEMORY>>
key input
Laser ON.
+
<<MEMORY>> key input.
Tracking OFF play at that
specific point.
6
Adjustment result
automatically will
display as below
for each 2 set :
a) “FOF-XXXX”
b) “TOF-XXXX”
c ) “TBA-XXXX”
d) “TGA-XXXX”
f) “FGA-XxXx”
g) “RFL-XXXX”
explanation:
a) Focus off set
b) Tracking off set
c) Tracking balance
d) Tracking Gain
f) Focus Gain
g) RF level shift
=“FOF XXXX”
=“TOF;XXXX”
=“TBA-XXXX”
=“TGA-XXXX”
=“FGA-XXXX”
=“RFL-XXXX”
<<MEMORY>> key input.
<<@ 177 key: Track 4
<<@2>7 key: Track 9
<<@3>> key: Track 15
I
<<MEMORY>> key input.
I
t
1 Adjustment result automaticallywill
display as below for each 2 set :
a) “FOF-XxXx”
b) “TOF-XXXX”
c) “TBA-XXXX”
d) “TGA-XxXx”
f ) “FGA-XXXX”
g) “RFL-XXXX”
I
3
/ <<STOP: key input. /
VOL - Last memory
BAL - CENTER
P.GEQ - FLAT
X-BASS - OFF
(STOP)
Sliding the PICKUP with
<<DD>>, <cc+> button
must only be in STOP mode.
To cancel : Power OFF
-15-
CDh/l4000W/CP-M4000
Standard Specification of Stereo System Error Message Display Contents
Error Contents
Display
Output while Device Protection Operation
‘PROTECT
Notes
00: While in Protect Circuit Operate
01: Over Current Detection
02: DC Detection
03:
TAPE
Mechanism Error
‘E R-TA**’
00: Tape Mechanism Error
01: Initial Error
02:
03:
CDIVCD
Pickup Mechanism Error
‘ER-CD**’
00: Pickup Mechanism Error
01: PU-IN SW Detection NG
02:
03:
CD Changer Mechanism Error
‘ER-CD**’
10: Changer Error
11: Initial Error
.~
12:
13:
Tray Error
‘ER-CD**’
20: Tray Error
21:
22:
23:
Micon Communication Error
‘ER-CD**’
Focus Not Match
‘NO DISC’
30: System-VCD
31: System-CD Servo
IL Time Over
PLL Unlock
TUN
‘NOT READ’
‘ER-TU**’
00: TUN Error
01: PLL Unlock
02:
I
03:
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CD-M4000W/CP-M4000
TO DISPLAY
SECTION
c
61 CE
62 CL
-
63 DI
64 DO
65 wmo
6
VRES
6
DRF
ICI
LC78645E
CD SERVO
CONSTANT
VOLTAGE
SW4
PICKUF
IN
Figure 17 BLOCK DIAGRAM (i/3)
-17-
+B4
f-
AM LOOP
ANTENNA
ICKl
M65656SP
MIC AMP.
JKl
vr,
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4.5MHZ
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FROM CD
SERVOSIS~TION
WI
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es
F&BACK R-CH
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SWITCt
REC,
MOTOR
DRIVER
BIAS
Figure 18 BLOCK DIAGRAM (2/3)
-18-
CD-M4000W/CP-M4000
FL701
FL DISPLAY
JOG701
RX701
II
-
II
y-+B5
-I
-
SW701 -SW703
sw709-SW717
SW722-SW734
IC701 (l/2)
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4.1943 MHz
SP. DET.
1 Q901.Q9iq
SP RELAY
ON-OFF
1
2OdB
ATT
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SPEAKER
TERMINAL
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IC7
‘605
‘606
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T601
POWER TRANSFORMER
RECIPLAY
VFl
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T2A L 250V I
A
SW801
VOLTAGE
SELECTOR
,
TliJ2
AC POWER
SUPPLY CORD
AC 1 I Oil 27/220/
230-240 V, 50/60 Hz
-VF
BIAS
Figure 19 BLOCK DIAGRAM (3/3)
-19-
CD-M4000W/CP-M4000
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CD
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PICKUP-UNIT-z--l
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1
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DRIVER
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NOTES ON SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM can be found on page 39.
1
2
3
j
4
Figure 20 SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM (l/10)
-2o-
1
5
6
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The numbers @ to @ are waveform numbers shown in page 40.
7
8
9
10
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-2l-
11
12
I
CDrM4000W/CP-M4000
IC601
LC75341
AUDIO PROCESSOR
r
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l
NOTES ON SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM can be found on page 39.
Figure 22 SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM (3/l 0)
- 22 -
CD-M4000W/CP-M4000
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N
DD
FM SIGNAL
PLAYBACK SIGNAL
RECORD SIGNAL
CD SIGNAL
VIDEO SIGNAL
/ MAIN PWB-~(l/z) (
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CNPGD1---I
1
7
8
9
10
Figure 23 SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM (4/l 0)
-23-
11
12
I
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NSPLAY PWB-Bl
A
B
C
MICRC
D
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OPE AMP.
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:
NOTES ON SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM can be found on page 39.
1
2
3
4
Figure 24 SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM (5/l 0)
- 24 -
5
6
1
CD-M4000W/CP-M4000
II
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7
8
9
10
Figure 25 SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM (6/l 0)
- 25 -
11
12
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CD;M4000W/CP-M4000
.-_-__-------__-__-__
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POWER AMP
II_-_-_
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l
NOTES ON SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM can be found on page 39.
1
I
2
I
3
I
4
Figure 26 SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM (7/10)
- 26 -
I
5
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CD-M4000W/CP-M4000
.---- .--_-____------* FM SIGNAL
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GND TERMINAL
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9
10
Figure 27 SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM (8/10)
-27-
11
12
I
CD-*iil4000W/CP-M4000
1
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so301
FM ANTENNA
TERMINAL
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NOTES ON SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM can be found on page 39.
1
2
3
4
Figure 28 SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM (9/l 0)
- 28 -
5
I
6
J
CD-M4000W/CP-M4000
MIC PW@-H /
bD MIC SIGNAL
I
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---.--~--~-‘
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l
NOTES ON SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM can be found on page 39.
Figure 29 SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM (IO/lo)
MAIN PWB
P30 6-A
7
a
9
Figure 29 WIRING SIDE OF P.dmLOARD (l/9)
-29-
11
12
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TO MIC PWB
P29 12-G
TO CD SERVO PWB
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Figure 30 WIRING SIDE OF P.W.BOARD (2/9)
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5
1
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CD-M4000W/CP-M4000
TO DISPLAY PWB
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Figure 31 WIRING SIDE OF P.W.BOARD (3/9)
-31-
11
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- 32 -
5
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- 33 -
1
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AC I 1 Oil 27/220/
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COLOR TABLE 1
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- 34 -
5
6
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-35-
11
12
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P32 1-B
FROM DISPLAY PWB
P30 4-A
FROM MAIN PWB
/ CD SERVO PWB-C /
/ PICKUP UNIT(306) j
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CNSBB
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CNSll
CNS2A
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The numbers @ to @ are waveform numbers shown in page 40
1
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2
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3
4
Figure 36 WIRING SIDE OF P.W.BOARD (8/9)
- 36 -
5
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CD-M4000W/CP-M4000
TAPE MECHANISM PWB-F
SOLENOID
SOLENOID
jTAPdlJ
PLAYBACK HEAD
ITAPE2/
RECORDIPLAYBACWERASE HEAD
P31 12-D
FROM MAIN PWB
P31 12-F
TO MAIN PWB
A
7
M3
CD LOADING MOTOR
PWB-E
a
9
10
Figure 37 WIRING SIDE OF P.W.BOARD (9/9)
-37-
11
I
12
I
CD-iVi4000W/CP-M4000
VOLTAGE
- 38 -
CD-M4000W/CP-M4000
NOTES ON SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM
9 The indicated voltage in each section is the one measured
by Digital Multimeter between such a section and the chassis with no signal given.
1. In the tuner section,
indicates AM
indicates FM stereo
2. In the main section, a tape is being played back.
3. In the deck section, a tape is being played back.
( ) indicates the record state.
4. In the power section, a tape is being played back.
5. In the CD section, the CD is stopped.
l Parts marked with “
A ” ( iI= = 17 ) are important for
maintaining the safety of the set. Be sure to replace these
parts with specified ones for maintaining the safety and
performance of the set.
Resistor:
To differentiate the units of resistors, such symbol as K and
M are used: the symbol K means 1000 ohm and the symbol
M means 1000 kohm and the resistor without any symbol is
ohm-type resistor. Besides, the one with “Fusible” is a fuse
type.
. Capacitor:
To indicate the unit of capacitor, a symbol P is used: this
symbol P means pica-farad and the unit of the capacitor
without such a symbol is microfarad. As to electrolytic
capacitor, the expression “capacitance/withstand voltage”
is used.
(CH), (TH), (RH), (UJ): Temperature compensation
(ML): Mylar type
(P.P.): Polypropylene type
l Schematic diagram and Wiring Side of P.W.Board
for this
model are subject to change for improvement without prior
notice.
l
SW734
TUNER
ON--m
SW801
VOLTAGE SELECTOR
230-240 V
TYPES OFTRANSISTOR AND LED
I
E C B
(9 (G) WV
(1) (2) (3)
KTAI 266 GR KTC3203 Y
KTA1273 Y
KRC102 M
KTAI 274 Y
KRC104 M
KTC3194 Y
KRCI 07 M
KTC3199 GR 2SA1015 GR
2SC1845 F
FRONT
VIEW
I
BCE
(1) (2) (3)
KTC2026
KIA7810 AP
KIA7805 AP
- 39 -
4204s RT7
4204UYT7
4204UGT7
31 URT21
CD-M4000W//CP-M4000
WAVEFORMS OF CD CIRCUIT
Q ICl@
Q Cl@
Q ICI@
Q lCl@
Q Cl @
CH4
@ ICl @I
. ..~...~...,~,IIII.,.l.l....~...I..,.,.,,,,,,.,.,,
@ Cl @
$
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@ ICl @
40-
:
cum”
Hold’on :
0.2 ps
CD-M4000W/CP-M4000
TROUBLESHOOTING
When the CD does not function
When the CD section does not operate when the objective lens of the optical pickup is dirty, this section may not operate. Clean
the objective lens, and check the playback operation. When this section does not operate even after the above step is taken, check
the following items.
Remove the cabinet and follow the trouble shooting instructions..
“Track skipping and/or no TOC (Table Of Contents) may be caused by build up of dust other foreign matter on the laser pickup
lens. Before attempting any adjustment make certain that the lens is clean. If not, clean it as mentioned below.”
Turn off the power, and wipe the lens softly using a cleaning paper moistened with commercially available cleaning solution so
as not to damage it. Be careful not to touch the lens with bare hands.
Dust gradually accumulates on the objective lens during use, and it may degrade performance. To avoid this problem, use a
cleaning disc designed for CD optical pickup lenses..
1. 1 CD optical pickup Lens cleaner disc
Parts code
1 UDSKA0004AFZZ
1. Using the brush in the cleaner cap, apply 1 or 2 drops of th:e cleaning fluid to the
brush on the CD cleaner disc which has the mark next to it.
2. Place the CD cleaner disc onto the CD disc tray with the brush side down,then
press the play button.
3. You will hear music for about 20 seconds and the CD player will automatically stop.
If it continuous to turn, press the stop button.
Cleaning fluid
\
l The CD lens cleaner should be effective for 30-50 operations, however if the
brushes become worn out earlier then please the cleaner disc.
0 If the CD cleaner brushes become very wet then wipe off any excess fluid with a soft
cloth.
0 Do not drink the cleaner fluid or allow it to come in contact with the eyes. In the
event of this happening then drink and/or rinse with clean water and seek medical
advice.
0 The CD cleaner disc must not be used on car CD players or on computer CD-ROM
drives.
l All rights reserved. Unauthorized duplicating, broadcasting and renting this product
is prohibited by law.
Cleaner disc
When a CD cannot be played
1. “E-CD01 ” is displayed.
(1) Check the power to ICI (LC78645E), the presence of the clock signal (33.8688 MHz) and the status of the RESET terminal
(pin 66 on ICI).
(2) Does the pickup move to the PICKUP-IN Switch (SW4) position?
If (1) and (2) are OK, check the system microcomputer (especially the communication line with the DSP).
2. Pressing the CD operation key is accepted, but playback does not occur.
(1) Focus-HF system check
(2) Tracking system check
(3) Spin system check
(4) PLL system check
(5) Others
-4l-
CD-M4000W//CP-M4000
‘,‘. :
:.(I) ,Focus-HF system.check.
Although a CD is inserted and the cover is closed, “NO
DISC” is displayed.
r-
Press the OPEN/CLOSE switch (SWl) without inserting a
disc, and try starting the playback operation.
Figure 42-1
c
I
1. Does the pickup move to the PICKUP-IN Switch (SW4)
oosition ?
No Sled motor (MZ).
I-
2. Does the focus (lens) move up and down ?
(Waveform drawing Figure 42-l)
t-4
No
Check the focus peripheral circuit.
I
No
3. Is the laser lit ?
No
4. Is the turntable rotating ?
)
Check the laser diode driver Cl peripheral circuit.
) Spindle motor (Ml).
When a disc is loaded, start playback operation.
No
1. Is focus servo activated ?
(Waveform drawing Figure 42-2)
I
Pins 7-12, 79 and 80 on ICl
Check the laser diode driver Cl peripheral circuit.
)
Yes
No
I
)
I
Is the disc rotating ?
I
No
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I
Check the spin system.
If the disc is spinning and a HF waveform is generated,
DRF will go H.
If the level is not normal.
3. Is the HF waveform normal ? (Waveform drawing
Figure 42-3)
Figure 42-2
Figure 42-3
-42-
,
CD-M4000W/CP-M4000
If the waveform shown in Figure 43-1 appears and soon after
NO DISC appears ?
“Initialization” is possible, but play is not possible ?
Yes
1
1
Yes
t
The tracking servo is not activated.
Check the peripheral circuits at pins 14, 15 and 20 on IC1, and
CNSl A/B.
-)
A normal jump operation cannot be completed or the beginning of
the track cannot be found.
Check the around pin 20 on ICl.
No
v
“Initialization” is not possible.
I
Data cannot be read. Check the VCO-PLL system.
Figure 43-1
Press the OPEN/CLOSE switch without inserting a disc, and
then try starting the play operation.
1. The turntable rotates a little ? (Waveform drawing -- The spin driver circuit is OK.
Yes
Figure 43-2)
No
--
-
2. The turntable doesn’t rotate.
Check around pin 22 on ICI, pins 15 and 16 on IC3, and CNSBAIB.
Figure 43-2
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CD-iu14000W//CP-M4000
When a disc is loaded, start play operation.
I
The HF waveform is normal, but the TOC data cannot be
read.
1
Check the PDO waveform. (Figure 44-l)
ix3
CH4
0.W”
0.W”
Check around pins 73-78 on ICl.
Figure 44-1
The HF waveform is normal and the time is displayed
normally, but no sound is produced. Or the sound
has dropouts.
No
& There are too many error flags on a damaged disc which
makes error correction impossible.
1. When playing at normal speed.
Check the peripheral circuit at pin 39 (DOUT) on ICl and
the waveform (Figure 44-2).
/ If OK. Check the unit.
1 Check again using a known good disc.
1
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CD-M4000W/CP-M4000
FUNCTION TABLE OF IC
ICl VHiLC78645E-1: CD Servo (LC78645E) (l/2)
For slice level
8
FIN2
Input
-
B+D signal input terminal.
9
TIN1
Input
-
E signal input terminal.
IO
TIN2
Input
-
F signal input terminal.
11
VREF
output
12
REFI
Input
RFVDD/2
-
13’
FE
output
14
TEC
15%
TE
16
RFMON
17
JR-K
18
ADAVDD
19
ADAVSS
VREF voltage output terminal.
Reference supply setting terminal.
FE signal monitor terminal.
output
ZHI
-
output
ZHI
TE signal monitor terminal.
output
-
ZHI
-
RF internal signal monitor terminal.
Input
-
-
Power terminal for servo A/D, D/A.
-
Earth terminal for serve A/D. D/A. To be connected to 0 V.
LPF capacitor connection terminal for TE signal.
Capacitor connection terminal for jitter detection.
I 20
I 21
1 TDO
1
Outout
1 ADAVDD/2 1 Outout terminal for trackina control. D/A output.
I
1 FDO
/
Output
I ADAVDD/2 I
I 22
1 SPDO
I
Output
/ ADAVDD/2 1 Output terminal for spindle control. D/A output.
I
I
I
1 SLDO
1
Output
1 ADAVDD/2 1 Output terminal for sled control. D/A output.
I
1 GPDAC
1
output
1 ADAVDD/2 /
23
24*
25
CONT4
Input/Output
Input Mode
26
CONT.5
Input/Output
Input Mode
27*
SBCWCONTG
Input/Output
Input Mode
/
30*
1 DEFECT
Iv’
*’
Servo D/A general-purpose output terminal.
Controlled by commands from the
General-purpose I/O terminal 4.
microcomputer. When not used, set
General-purpose I/O terminal 5.
them as input terminals and connect
to 0 V, or set them as output
General-purpose I/O terminal 6 or
Subcode reading clock input terminal. terminals and leave open.
Subcode reading clock input terminal/FG signal input terminal/external
emphases setting termrnal. Terminal functions are set by commands. When
j not used, connect to O’V.
I SBCK’FG
29*
Output terminal for focus control. D/A output.
1
output
/ Output / H 1
L
rough
Defect terminal.
Auto switching monitor output terminal for rough servo phase control. “H”:
servo,
“L”:
phase
servo.
31*
FSEQ
output
L
Sync signal detection output terminal.
The status changes to “H” when the sync signal detected in EFM and the
sync signal of internal generation are identified.
32’
MONll
Outout
L
Internal sianal monitor terminal 1.
33*
MONl2
output
L
Internal signal monitor terminal 2.
34*
MONl3
output
L
Internal signal monitor terminal 3.
35’
MON14
output
L
Internal signal monitor terminal 4.
36*
MONl5
Internal signal monitor terminal 5.
vss
output
-
L
37
Digital system earth terminal. To be connected to 0 V.
38
VDD
Input
-*
-
39*
DOUT
output
L
L
-
40
TEST
lnout
41
LVDD
Input
42
LCHO
43
LVSS
output
-
LVDDM
Digital system power terminal.
Digital OUT output terminal. (EIAJ format)
lnout terminal for test. To be connected to 0 V.
Power supply for Left channel.
Left channel
DIA converter
Left channel output.
GND for Left channel. Must be connected to 0 V.
In this unit, the terminal with asterisk mark (*) is (open) terminal which is not connected to the outside.
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CD-M4000W//CP-M4000
lC1 1 VHiLC78645E-1: CD Servo (LC78645E) (2/2)
enera purpose lnpu
output terminal 7. set it as the input terminal and open
1 LDD
/
Output
/ ~~ -
In this unit, the terminal with asterisk mark (*) is (open) terminal which is not connected to the outside.
Be sure to supply the same potential to each power terminal. (VVDD, ADAVDD, VDD, LVDD, RVDD, XVDD)
Terminal witch is controlled by the power terminal (VDD5V) for a microcomputer interface :
CE(61 pin), CL(62 pin), Di(63 pin), DO(64 pin), WRQ(65 pin), RES(66 pin), DRF(67 pin)
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CD-M4000W/CP-M4000
ICl VHiLC78645E-1: CD Servo (LC78645E)
E.2 8
F58Ed8
60
79
78
77 76
75 74 73
72
a DATA
3 DATACK
EFMIN 3
z? LRSY
RF
RFVDD
RFVSS
FIN1
FIN2
TIN1
TIN2
VREF
LC78645E
REFI
FE
TEC
TE
RFMON
JITTC
ADAVDD
ADAVSS
TDO
CORRECTION
A”DlO CD
Figure 47 BLOCK DIAGRAM OF IC
-47-
CDhIl4000W//CP-M4000
IC7pl RH-iX0460AWZZ: System Microcomputer (llX0460AW) (i/2)
8
j P31
9
P30
/ DRF
WRQ
20
P24
CD CE
output
CD DSP CE output.
21
P23
CE
output
CE output.
22
P22
CLK
output
Clock output.
Data output.
I
Input
CD RF level detection.
Input
CD DSP write request.
23
P21
DI
output
24
P20
DO
25
AVSS
AVSS
Input
-
Analog ground.
26
AN17
o/c SW
Input
CD open/Close switch.
DISC NO SW
Input
CD disc number switch.
DSA-DATA
27
AN16
Irlput/Output
NO USE
TUNER SM
Data input.
DS data input.
Input
GND.
Input
Tuner signal meter input.
DSA-ACK
Input/Output
DSA acr.
28
AN15
SPEANA 2
Input
Speana data input 16 kHz.
29
AN14
SPEANA 1
Input
Speana data input 1 kHz.
30
AN13
SPEANA 0
Input
Speana data input 63 kHz.
31-33
ANl2-AN10
KEY P-KEY 0
Input
Key input.
34
AVDD
AVDD
Input
Analog VDD.
35
AVREF
AVREF
lnout
Analoa REF voltaae.
lnout
1 Power failure detect.
I
36
1 lNTP3
37
PO2
JOG 1
Input
JOG volume input 1.
38
PO1
JOG 0
Input
JOG volume input 0.
39
INTPO
REMOCON
Remocon input.
40
vss
vss
Input
-
41
P74
SMUTE
output
System mute control.
42
P73
T-SOL-B
output
Tape 2 solenoid control.
43
P72
T-SOL-A
output
Tape 1 solenoid control.
44
P71
T-MOTOR
output
Tape motor control.
45
P70
TIMER LED
OUtDUt
Timer LED control.
46
VDD
VDD
Input
(+) Power supply.
47’
P127
AC RLY-CONT
output
AC relay control.
48
P126
SP-RLY
output
45
P125
SP-DET
Input
1 P-IN
Ground voltage.
Speaker output relay control.
Speaker output detection.
In this unit, the terminal with asterisk mark (*) is (open) terminal which is not connected to the outside.
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I
CD-M4000W/CP-M4000
IC701 RI+iX0460AWZZ: System Microcomputer (IX0460AW) (2/2)
j Pl15
57
58
/
P114
Input
MIC SW
/ LCKO
1
1 Mic switch.
Output 1 LED driver Ick.
59
I PI13
1 DISTOUT
1 Output 1 D e s t i n a t i o n o u t p u t .
60
1 FIP39
t NO USE
1 OUtDUt 1
61
1 FIP38
I KARAOKE LATCH
I
I FIP32
I P22
I Output / F L d i s p l a y d r i v e r .
68
69
70
P102
DIST2
FIP31
P21
PlOl
DlSTl
FIP30
P20
Pl 00
DISTO
I FIP29
71-78
79
80-89
I Pl9
I FIP28-FIP21 / Pl8-PI1
VLOAD
1 Gli-Gl
Input
Destination input.
output
FL display driver.
Input
Destination input.
output
FL display driver.
lnout
Destination input.
Output
Output
I
Input
VLOAD
j FIP20-FIPll 1 PlO-PI
I gO-100 1 FIPlO-FIPO
I
I
GND
1 Karaoke latch.
Output
I
FL displav driver.
FL displav driver.
I
I
I
I
I
FL driver (-) power supp. -30 V
I
Output I FL display driver.
I
Output I FL display driver.
In this unit, the terminal with asterisk mark (*) is (open) terminal which is not connected to the outside.
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I
CD;M4000W//CP-M4000
IC6pl VHiLC75341bl: Audio Processor (LC75341)
+- -*
i
E
LOUT 4
’
LBASS
0.1 UF
LTRE
LIN
5
h
-+
:
F
l -
:
I1 ROUT
g RBASS
O.luF
g RTRE
g RlN
3 RSELO
CD-M4000W/CP-M4000
ICKl VHjM65856SF1: Mic Amp. (M65856SP) (l/2)
Input
-
Microphone SW L: MIC OFF, H: MIC ON
1
MIC SW
2
MCLKCONT
3
VALC
4
MlCl IN
5*
ALCl
6*
MlClNFlN
Input
7’
MlCl OUT
output
8
MICI VOLIN
Input
Microphone 1 volume input.
To connect capacitor to reduce noise generated at time of volume change.
9
MIC2 IN
Input
Microphone 2 input.
To connect MIC 2.
IO
ALC2
11
MIC2 NFIN
Input
12
MIC2 OUT
output
13
MIC2 VOLIN
14
MICOUT
output
15
LPFl IN1
input
Low pass filter 1 input 1.
Pre-filter before A/D convertor for digital delay.
16
LPFl IN2
Input
Low pass filter 1 input 2.
Pre-filter before A/D convertor for digital delay.
17
LPFI O U T *
output
Low pass filter 1 output.
Pre-filter before A/D convertor for digital delay.
18
AD INTOUT
output
A/D integrator output.
Composes D/A conversion integrator with external capacitor.
19
AD INTIN
Input
A/D integrator input.
Composes D/A conversion integrator with external capacitor.
20
ADCONT
-
A/D control.
To determine adaptive time constant of A/D convertor with ADM system.
21
REF
-
Reference power output.
To connect l/2 Vcc output and filter capacitor.
Input
-
-
Input
Clock Control.
Controls built-in clock generation circuit with external R.
ALC operating voltage setting terminal.
To set ALC operating voltage according to applied voltage.
Microphone 1 input.
To connect MIC 1,
ALCl control.
To connect ALCl attackirecovery time setting capacitor.
Microphone 1 negative feedback input.
To connect low cut-off frequency of MlCl amplifier setting capacitor.
Microphone 1 output.
ALC2 control.
To connect ALM attackirecovery time setting capacitor.
Microphone 2 negative feedback input.
To connect low cut-off frequency of MIC2 amplifier setting capacitor.
Microphone 2 output.
Microphone 2 volume input.
To connect capacitor to reduce noise generated at time of volume change.
Microphone output.
Mixing output of MIC 1 and MIC 2.
22
GND
23
vcc
24
DACONT
Input
-
25
DAINTIN
Input
D/A Integrator input.
Composes D/A conversion integrator with external capacitor.
26
DAINTOUT
output
D/A Integrator output.
Composes D/A conversion integrator with external capacitor.
27
LPF2lNl
Input
Low pass filter 2 input 1.
Post-filter after D/A convertor for digital delay.
28
LPF2lN2
Input
Low pass filter 2 input 2.
Post-filter after D/A convertor for digital delay.
29
LPF20UT
output
Low pass filfer 2 output.
Post-filter after D/A convertor for digital delay.
30
VOLIN
31
32
Power supply.
D/A control.
To determine adaptive time constant of D/A convertor with ADM system
Input
Echo effect/Echo feed back volume input.
To connect capacitor to reduce noise generated at time of volume change.
L IN
Input
Lch line input.
R IN
Input
Rch line input.
In this unit, the terminal with asterisk mark (*) is (open) terminal which is not connected to the outside.
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Cd-M4000W//CP-M4000
Et<1 VHiM65856SP-1: Mic Amp. (M65856SP) (2/2)
Pin No.
Port Name
Input/Output
Function
Monaural input for external KEYCONTROL IC.
Input/Output interface terminal for external KEYCONTROL IC.
33+
KEYCONIN
34’
SOURCEOUT
output
3.6
R OUT
output
Rch mixing output.
36
L OUT
Lch mixing output.
37
VCF IL
output
-
38*
PSI
Input
Phase shift input 1.
Determines a constant at time of phase shift.
39’
PS2
Input
Phase shift input 2.
Determines a constant at time of phase shift.
40
LATCH
Input
Latch input via serial bus.
41 ’
CLOCK
input
Clock input via serial bus.
42
DATA
input
Data input via serial bus.
Input
Monaural input for external KEYCONTROL IC.
Input/Output interface terminal for external KEYCONTROL IC.
Vocal cut filter.
Processes frequencies lower then the vocal band.
In this unit, the terminal with asterisk mark (*) is (open) terminal which is not connected to the outside.
p-COM I/F
I
t
ECHO ECHO
- MAIN LOGIC
Figure 52 BLOCK DIAGRAM OF IC
- 52 -
CD-M4000W/CP-M4000
FL DISPLAY
FL701 VVKBJll LM02Ti : FL Display
11G
6’
IOG
Sl
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q
Sl
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gf
CD-M4000W/CP-M4000
SHARP
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