Emerson EWC1902 Service manual

SERVICE MANUAL
Sec. 1: Main Section
Sec. 2: Deck Mechanism Section
I Specifications
I Preparation for Servicing
I Adjustment Procedures
I Schematic Diagrams
I CBA’s
I Standard Maintenance
I Alignment for Mechanism
I Disassembly/Assembly of Mechanism
Sec. 3: Exploded views
and Parts List Section
I Exploded views
I Parts List
19" COLOR TV/VCR COMBINATION
SC319C/6319CC/EWC1902
IMPORTANT SAFETY NOTICE
Proper service and repair is important to the safe, reliable operation of all
Funai Equipment. The service procedures recommended by Funai and
described in this service manual are effective methods of performing service
operations. Some of these service special tools should be used when and as
recommended.
It is important to note that this service manual contains various CAUTIONS
and NOTICES which should be carefully read in order to minimize the risk of
personal injury to service personnel. The possibility exists that improper service methods may damage the equipment. It also is important to understand
that these CAUTIONS and NOTICES ARE NOT EXHAUSTIVE. Funai could not
possibly know, evaluate and advice the service trade of all conceivable ways
in which service might be done or of the possible hazardous consequences of
each way. Consequently, Funai has not undertaken any such broad evaluation. Accordingly, a servicer who uses a service procedure or tool which is not
recommended by Funai must first use all precautions thoroughly so that neither his safety nor the safe operation of the equipment will be jeopardized by
the service method selected.
MAIN SECTION
19" COLOR TV/VCR COMBINATION
SC319C/6319CC/EWC1902
Sec. 1: Main Section
I Specifications
I Preparation for Servicing
I Adjustment Procedures
I Schematic Diagrams
I CBA’s
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Specifications. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-1-1
Important Safety Precautions. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-2-1
Standard Notes for Servicing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-3-1
Preparation for Servicing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-4-1
Operating Controls and Functions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-5-1
Cabinet Disassembly Instructions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-6-1
Electrical Adjustment Instructions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-7-1
Block Diagrams . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-8-1
Mechanical Trouble Indicator. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-8-13
Power Supply Trouble Shooting Guide . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-8-15
Schematic Diagrams / CBA’s and Test Points . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-9-1
Waveforms . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-10-1
Wiring Diagrams . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-11-1
System Control Timing Charts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-12-1
IC Pin Function Descriptions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-13-1
Lead Identifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-14-1
SPECIFICATIONS
*ˆMode---------SP mode unless otherwise specified
*Test input terminal
<Except Tuner>-------------Video input (1Vp-p)
Audio input (-10dB)
<Tuner>-----------------------Ant. input (80dBµV) Video: 87.5%
Audio: 25kHz dev (1kHz Sin)
<DEFLECTION>
Description
Condition
Unit
Nominal
Limit
—
%
90
—
Horizontal
%
—
15
Vertical
%
—
10
—
kV
25
—
Condition
Unit
Nominal
Limit
Center
m/m
—
0.4
Corner
m/m
—
2.1
Side
m/m
—
1.4
2. Tint Control Range
—
deg
±30
—
3. Contrast Control Range
—
dB
6
—
APL 100%
ft-L
35
24
—
K
9200
—
Condition
Unit
Nominal
Limit
1. Horizontal Resolution
(R/P)
Line
230
200
2. Jitter (Low)
(R/P)
µS
0.05
0.2
(R/P)
dB
38
33
(R/P)
dB
36
33
(R/P)
%
0.25
0.5
Condition
Unit
Nominal
Limit
1. Video S/N
—
dB
45
40
2. Audio S/N (W/LPF)
—
dB
43
40
1. Over Scan
2. Linearity
3. High Voltage
<VIDEO & CHROMA>
Description
1. Misconvergence
4. Brightness
5. Color Temperature
<VCR>
Description
3. S/N Chroma
AM(SP)
PM(SP)
4. Wow & Flutter (RMS)
<TUNER>
Description
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T7300SP
<AUDIO>
All items are measured across 8Ω resistor at speaker output terminal.
Description
Condition
Unit
Nominal
Limit
1. Audio Output Power (Max.)
(R/P)
W
1.0
0.8
2. Audio S/N (W/LPF)
(R/P)
dB
40
36
3. Audio Distortion (W/LPF)
(R/P)
%
3.0
5.0
200Hz (R/P)
8kHz (R/P)
dB
dB
-2.0
0
-2.0 ± 5.0
0 ± 6.0
4. Audio Freq. Response
(-10dB Ref. 1KHz)
Note: Nominal specifications represent the design specifications. All units should be able to approximate these.
Some will exceed and some may drop slightly below these specifications. Limit specifications represent the absolute worst condition that still might be considered acceptable. In no case should a unit fail to meet limit specifications.
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T7300SP
IMPORTANT SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
Prior to shipment from the factory, our products are strictly inspected for 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.
Safety Precautions for TV Circuit
1. Before returning an instrument to the customer, always make a safety check of the entire instrument, including, but not limited to, the following
items:
a. Be sure that no built-in protective devices are defective and have been defeated during servicing.
(1) Protective shields are provided on this chassis
to protect both the technician and the customer.
Correctly replace all missing protective shields, including any removed for servicing convenience.
(2) When reinstalling the chassis and/or other assembly in the cabinet, be sure to put back in place
all protective devices, including but not limited to,
nonmetallic control knobs, insulating fishpapers,
adjustment and compartment covers/shields, and
isolation resistor/capacitor networks. Do not operate this instrument or permit it to be operated
without all protective devices correctly installed and functioning. Servicers who defeat
safety features or fail to perform safety checks
may be liable for any resulting damage.
b. Be sure that there are no cabinet openings through
which an adult or child might be able to insert their
fingers and contact a hazardous voltage. Such
openings include, but are not limited to, (1) spacing between the picture tube and the cabinet
mask, (2) excessively wide cabinet ventilation
slots, and (3) an improperly fitted and/or incorrectly
secured cabinet back cover.
c. Antenna Cold Check - With the instrument AC
plug removed from any AC source, connect an
electrical jumper across the two AC plug prongs.
Place the instrument AC switch in the on position.
Connect one lead of an ohmmeter to the AC plug
prongs tied together and touch the other ohmmeter lead in turn to each tuner antenna input exposed terminal screw and, if applicable, to the
coaxial connector. If the measured resistance is
less than 1.0 megohm or greater than 5.2 megohm, an abnormality exists that must be corrected
before the instrument is returned to the customer.
Repeat this test with the instrument AC switch in
the off position.
d. Leakage Current Hot Check - With the instrument completely reassembled, plug the AC line
cord directly into a 120V AC outlet. (Do not use an
isolation transformer during this test.) Use a leak-
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age current tester or a metering system that complies with American National Standards Institute
(ANSI) C101.1 Leakage Current for Appliances
and Underwriters Laboratories (UL) 1410, (50.7).
With the instrument AC switch first in the on position and then in the off position, measure from a
known earth ground (metal water pipe, conduit,
etc.) to all exposed metal parts of the instrument
(antennas, handle brackets, metal cabinet, screw
heads, metallic overlays, control shafts, etc.), especially any exposed metal parts that offer an electrical return path to the chassis. Any current
measured must not exceed 0.5 milli-ampere. Reverse the instrument power cord plug in the outlet
and repeat the test.
READING SHOULD
NOT BE ABOVE 0.5 mA
DEVICE
BEING
TESTED
LEAKAGE
CURRENT
TESTER
TEST ALL EXPOSED
METAL SURFACES
ALSO TEST WITH
PLUG REVERSED
USING AC
ADAPTER PLUG
AS REQUIRED
EARTH
GROUND
ANY MEASUREMENTS NOT WITHIN THE LIMITS
SPECIFIED HEREIN INDICATE A POTENTIAL
SHOCK HAZARD THAT MUST BE ELIMINATED
BEFORE RETURNING THE INSTRUMENT TO
THE CUSTOMER OR BEFORE CONNECTING
THE ANTENNA OR ACCESSORIES.
e. X-Radiation and High Voltage Limits - Because
the picture tube is the primary potential source of
X-radiation in solid-state TV receivers, it is specially constructed to prohibit X-radiation emissions.
For continued X-radiation protection, the replacement picture tube must be the same type as the
original. Also, because the picture tube shields
and mounting hardware perform an X-radiation
protection function, they must be correctly in place.
High voltage must be measured each time servic-
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ing is performed that involves B+, horizontal deflection or high voltage. Correct operation of the
X-radiation protection circuits also must be reconfirmed each time they are serviced. (X-radiation
protection circuits also may be called "horizontal
disable" or "hold down.") Read and apply the high
voltage limits and, if the chassis is so equipped,
the X-radiation protection circuit specifications given on instrument labels and in the Product Safety
& X-Radiation Warning note on the service data
chassis schematic. High voltage is maintained
within specified limits by close tolerance safety-related components/adjustments in the high-voltage
circuit. If high voltage exceeds specified limits,
check each component specified on the chassis
schematic and take corrective action.
2. Read and comply with all caution and safety-related notes on or inside the receiver cabinet, on the
receiver chassis, or on the picture tube.
3. Design Alteration Warning - Do not alter or add
to the mechanical or electrical design of this TV receiver. Design alterations and additions, including,
but not limited to circuit modifications and the addition of items such as auxiliary audio and/or video
output connections, might alter the safety characteristics of this receiver and create a hazard to the
user. Any design alterations or additions will void
the manufacturer's warranty and may make you,
the servicer, responsible for personal injury or
property damage resulting therefrom.
4. Picture Tube Implosion Protection Warning The picture tube in this receiver employs integral
implosion protection. For continued implosion protection, replace the picture tube only with one of
the same type number. Do not remove, install, or
otherwise handle the picture tube in any manner
without first putting on shatterproof goggles
equipped with side shields. People not so
equipped must be kept safely away while picture
tubes are handled. Keep the picture tube away
from your body. Do not handle the picture tube by
its neck. Some "in-line" picture tubes are equipped
with a permanently attached deflection yoke; because of potential hazard, do not try to remove
such "permanently attached" yokes from the picture tube.
5. Hot Chassis Warning a. Some TV receiver chassis are electrically connected directly to one conductor of the AC power cord
and maybe safety-serviced without an isolation
transformer only if the AC power plug is inserted
so that the chassis is connected to the ground side
of the AC power source. To confirm that the AC
power plug is inserted correctly, with an AC voltmeter, measure between the chassis and a known
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earth ground. If a voltage reading in excess of 1.0V
is obtained, remove and reinsert the AC power
plug in the opposite polarity and again measure
the voltage potential between the chassis and a
known earth ground.
b. Some TV receiver chassis normally have 85V
AC(RMS) between chassis and earth ground regardless of the AC plug polarity. This chassis can
be safety-serviced only with an isolation transformer inserted in the power line between the receiver
and the AC power source, for both personnel and
test equipment protection.
c. Some TV receiver chassis have a secondary
ground system in addition to the main chassis
ground. This secondary ground system is not isolated from the AC power line. The two ground systems are electrically separated by insulation
material that must not be defeated or altered.
6. Observe original lead dress. Take extra care to assure correct lead dress in the following areas: a.
near sharp edges, b. near thermally hot parts-be
sure that leads and components do not touch thermally hot parts, c. the AC supply, d. high voltage,
and e. antenna wiring. Always inspect in all areas
for pinched, out of place, or frayed wiring. Check
AC power cord for damage.
7. Components, parts, and/or wiring that appear to
have overheated or are otherwise damaged
should be replaced with components, parts, or wiring that meet original specifications. Additionally,
determine the cause of overheating and/or damage and, if necessary, take corrective action to remove any potential safety hazard.
8. Product Safety Notice - Some electrical and mechanical parts have special safety-related characteristics which are often not evident from visual
inspection, nor can the protection they give necessarily be obtained by replacing them with components rated for higher voltage, wattage, etc.. Parts
that have special safety characteristics are identified by a ( # ) on schematics and in parts lists. Use
of a substitute replacement that does not have the
same safety characteristics as the recommended
replacement part might create shock, fire, and/or
other hazards. The Product's Safety is under review continuously and new instructions are issued
whenever appropriate. Prior to shipment from the
factory, our products are strictly inspected to confirm 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.
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Precautions during Servicing
H. When a power cord has been replaced, check that
5~6 kg of force in any direction will not loosen it.
A. Parts identified by the ( # ) symbol are critical for
safety.
I. Also check areas surrounding repaired locations.
Replace only with part number specified.
B. In addition to safety, other parts and assemblies
are specified for conformance with regulations applying to spurious radiation. These must also be
replaced only with specified replacements.
Examples: RF converters, RF cables, noise blocking capacitors, and noise blocking filters, etc.
C. Use specified internal wiring. Note especially:
1) Wires covered with PVC tubing
J. Use care that foreign objects (screws, solder droplets, etc.) do not remain inside the set.
K. Crimp type wire connector
When replacing the power transformer in sets
where the connections between the power cord
and power transformer primary lead wires are performed using crimp type connectors, in order to
prevent shock hazards, perform carefully and precisely the following steps.
Replacement procedure
2) Double insulated wires
1) Remove the old connector by cutting the wires at
a point close to the connector.
3) High voltage leads
D. Use specified insulating materials for hazardous
live parts. Note especially:
1) Insulation Tape
2) PVC tubing
Important: Do not re-use a connector (discard it).
2) 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.
3) Align the lengths of the wires to be connected. Insert the wires fully into the connector.
3) Spacers
4) Insulators for transistors.
E. When replacing AC primary side components
(transformers, power cord, etc.), wrap ends of
wires securely about the terminals before soldering.
F. Observe that the wires do not contact heat producing parts (heatsinks, oxide metal film resistors, fusible resistors, etc.)
4) 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.
L. When connecting or disconnecting the VCR connectors, first, disconnect the AC plug from AC supply socket.
G. Check that replaced wires do not contact sharp
edged or pointed parts.
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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.
Chassis or Secondary Conductor
Primary Circuit Terminals
d’
d
1. Clearance Distance
When replacing primary circuit components, confirm
specified clearance distance (d) and (d') between soldered terminals, and between terminals and surrounding metallic parts. (See Fig. 1)
Table 1 : Ratings for selected area
AC Line Voltage
Region
Clearance
Distance (d) (d')
110 to 130 V
USA or
CANADA
≥ 3.2 mm
(0.126 inches)
Fig. 1
Note: This table is unofficial and for reference only.
Be sure to confirm the precise values.
Exposed Accessible Part
2. Leakage Current Test
Confirm the specified (or lower) leakage current between B (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.).
AC Voltmeter
(High Impedance)
Z
Measuring Method : (Power ON)
Insert load Z between B (earth ground, power cord
plug prongs) and exposed accessible parts. Use an
AC voltmeter to measure across both terminals of
load Z. See Fig. 2 and following table.
B
One side of
Power Cord Plug Prongs
Fig. 2
Table 2 : Leakage current ratings for selected areas
AC Line Voltage
Region
Load Z
Leakage Current (i)
Earth Ground (B) to:
110 to 130 V
USA or
CANADA
0.15µF CAP. & 1.5kΩ
RES. connected in
parallel
i≤0.5mA rms
Exposed accessible
parts
Note: This table is unofficial and for reference only. Be sure to confirm the precise values.
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STANDARD NOTES FOR SERVICING
Circuit Board Indications
How to Read the Values of the Rectangular Type Chip Components
1. The output pin of the 3 pin Regulator ICs is indicated as shown:
Top View
Out
Example:
(a) Resistor
Bottom View
In
Input
473
= 473 = 47 [kΩ]
2. For other ICs, pin 1 and every 5th pin is indicated
as shown:
(Top View)
(b) Capacitor
5
Pin 1
= Not Shown
10
3. The 1st pin of every pin connector are indicated as
shown:
(Top View)
Caution:
Once chip parts (Resistors, Capacitors, Transistors,
etc.) are removed, they must not be reused. Always
use a new part.
Pin 1
Replacement Procedures for
Leadless (Chip) Components
Instructions for Connectors
1. When you connect or disconnect FFC cable (connector), be sure to disconnect the AC cord.
The Following Procedures are Recommended for the Replacement of the Leadless Components Used in this Unit.
2. FFC cable (connector) should be inserted parallel
into the connector, not at an angle.
1. Preparation for replacement
a. Soldering Iron
Use a pencil-type soldering iron (less than 30
watts).
b. Solder
Eutectic solder (Tin 63%, Lead 37%) is recommended.
FFC Cable
c. Soldering time
Do not apply heat for more than 4 seconds.
Connector
d. Preheating
Leadless capacitor must be preheated before
installation. (130°C~150°C, for about two minutes.)
CBA
Notes:
a. Leadless components must not be reused after
removal.
* Be careful to avoid a short circuit.
b. Excessive mechanical stress and rubbing for the
component electrode must be avoided.
[ CBA= Circuit Board Assembly ]
2. Removing the leadless component
Grasp the leadless component body with tweezers
and alternately apply heat to both electrodes. When
the solder on both electrodes has melted, remove
leadless component with a twisting motion.
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2. The Flat Pack-IC on the CBA is affixed with glue,
so be careful not to break or damage the foil of
each pin or solder lands under the IC when removing it.
Notes:
a. Do not attempt to lift the component off the board
until the component is completely disconnected
from the board by the twisting action.
1. Removal
b. Take care not to break the copper foil on the
printed board
With Hot - Air Flat Pack - IC Desoldering Machine:
3. Installing the leadless component
a. Prepare the Hot - Air Flat Pack - IC Desoldering
Machine, then apply hot air to Flat Pack - IC (about
5~6 seconds). (Fig. S-1-1)
a. Presolder the contact points of the circuit board.
b. Press the part downward with tweezers and solder
both electrodes as shown below.
b. Remove the Flat Pack- IC with tweezers while
applying the hot air.
Note:
With Soldering Iron:
Do not glue the replacement leadless component to
the circuit board.
a. Using desoldering braid, remove the solder from all
pins of the Flat Pack - IC. When you use solder flux
which is applied to all pins of the Flat Pack - IC, you
can remove it easily. (Fig. S-1-3)
Tweezers
b. Lift each lead of the Flat Pack - IC upward one by
one, using a sharp pin or wire to which solder will
not adhere (iron wire). When heating the pins, use
a fine tip soldering iron or a hot air Desoldering
Machine. (Fig. S-1-4)
Chip
With Iron Wire:
a. Using desoldering braid, remove the solder from all
pins of the Flat Pack - IC. When you use solder flux
which is applied to all pins of the Flat Pack - IC, you
can remove it easily. (Fig. S-1-3)
Soldering Iron
b. Affix the wire to a workbench or solid mounting
point, as shown in Fig. S-1-5.
Tweezers
Soldering Iron
c. Pull up on the wire as the solder melts so as to lift
the IC leads from the CBA contact pads, while
heating the pins using a fine tip soldering iron or
hot air blower.
Solder
Note:
When using a soldering iron, care must be taken
to ensure that the Flat Pack - IC is not being held
by glue, or when it is removed from the CBA, it
may be damaged if force is used.
Soldering Iron
Presolder
2. Installation
a. Using desoldering braid, remove the solder from
the foil of each pin of the Flat Pack - IC on the CBA,
so you can install a replacement Flat Pack - IC
more easily.
b. The "I" mark on the Flat Pack - IC indicates pin 1
(See Fig. S-1-6). Make sure this mark matches the
1 on the CBA when positioning for installation.
Then pre - solder the four corners of the Flat PackIC (See Fig. S-1-7).
How to Remove / Install Flat Pack IC
Caution:
1. Do not apply the hot air to the chip parts around the
Flat Pack-IC for over 6 seconds as damage may
occur to the chip parts. Put Masking Tape around
the Flat Pack-IC to protect other parts from damage. (Fig. S-1-2)
c. Solder all pins of the Flat Pack - IC. Make sure that
none of the pins have solder bridges.
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Hot Air Blower
or
Iron Wire
Soldering Iron
Fig. S-1-1
To Solid Mounting Point
Fig. S-1-5
Hot-air
Flat Pack-IC
Desoldering
Machine
CBA
Example :
Flat Pack-IC
Masking
Tape
Tweezers
Pin 1 of the Flat Pack-IC
is indicated by a " " mark.
Fig. S-1-2
Fig. S-1-6
Desoldering Braid
Flat Pack-IC
Presolder
Soldering Iron
Soldering Iron
Fig. S-1-3
Flat Pack-IC
CBA
Fig. S-1-7
Sharp
Pin
Fine Tip
Soldering Iron
Fig. S-1-4
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Instructions for Handling
Semiconductors
Electrostatic breakdown of the semiconductors may
occur due to a potential difference caused by electrostatic charge during unpacking or repair work.
Ground for Human Body
Be sure to wear a grounding band (1MΩ) that is properly grounded to remove any static electricity that may
be charged on the body.
Ground for Work Bench
Be sure to place a conductive sheet or copper plate
with proper grounding (1MΩ) on the work bench or
other surface, where the semiconductors are to be
placed. Because the static electricity charge on the
clothing will not escape through the body grounding
band, be careful to avoid contacting semiconductors to
clothing.
Incorrect
CBA
Correct
Grounding Band
1MΩ
CBA
1MΩ
Conductive Sheet or
Copper Plate
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PREPARATION FOR SERVICING
How to Enter the Service Mode
Caution: 1
1. Optical sensors system are used for Tape Start
and End Sensor on this equipment. Read this page
carefully and prepare as described on this page
before starting to service; otherwise, the unit may
operate unexpectedly.
Key
Adjustment Mode
6
No need to use.
7
Purity check mode: Shows Red,
Green, Blue or White cyclically on the
screen each time the “7” key is
pressed.
8
H. Shift adjustment mode: See adjustment instructions page 1-7-3.
9
V.size/V. shift adjustment: See adjustment instructions page 1-7-3.
Preparing: 1
1. Cover Q202 (START SENSOR) and Q201 (END
SENSOR) with Insulation Tape or enter the service
mode to activate Sensor Inhibition automatically.
Caution: 2
Note: Avoid playing, rewinding or fast forwarding the
tape to its beginning or end, because both Tape End
Sensors are not active.
1. The deck mechanism assembly is mounted on the
Main CBA directly, and SW211 (REC-SAFETY
SW) is mounted on the Main CBA. When deck
mechanism assembly is removed from the Main
CBA due to servicing, this switch can not be operated automatically.
How to Enter the Service Mode
1. Turn power on.
2. Use service remote control unit and press WAKEUP/SLEEP key. (See page1-7-1)
Preparing: 2
1. To eject the tape, press the STOP/EJECT button
on the unit (or Remote Control).
3. When entering the service mode, one of the number (1, 2 or 4) will display at corners of the screen.
2. When you want to record during the Service mode,
press the Rec button while depressing SW211
(REC-SAFETY SW) on the Main CBA.
4. During the service mode, electrical adjustment
mode can be selected by remote control key. (Service remote control unit).
Details are as follows.
Key
MENU
Q201
(END SENSOR)
Adjustment Mode
Q202
(START SENSOR)
Picture adjustment mode: Press the
MENU button to change from BRT
(Bright), *CNT (Contrast), *CLR
(Color), *TNT(Tint) and *V-T. Press
CH UP/DOWN key to display Initial
Value. *Marked items are not necessary to adjust normally.
0
C-Trap and Y DL Time adjustment
mode: See adjustment instructions
page 1-7-2.
1
No need to use.
2
AGC/H adjustment mode: See adjustment instructions page 1-7-2.
3
Auto AFT adjustment mode: See
adjustment instructions page 1-7-1.
4
Auto record mode: Perform recording
(15 Sec.)-->Stop-->Rewind (Zero
return) automatically.
5
Head switching point adjustment
mode: See adjustment instructions
page 1-7-5.
SW211
(REC-SAFETY SW)
1-4-1
MAIN CBA
Z11PFS
OPERATING CONTROLS AND FUNCTIONS
NOTE:
We do not recommend the use of universal remote controls. Not all of the functions may be controlled with
a universal remote control.
If you decide to use a universal remote control with this unit, please be aware that the code number given
may not operate this unit. In this case, please call the manufacturer of the universal remote control.
- TV/VCR FRONT PANEL -
VIDEO
AUDIO
POWER
VOLUME
CHANNEL
STOP/EJECT
REW PLAY F.FWD
REC/OTR EARPHONE
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9101112 13 14
- REMOTE CONTROL -
WAKE-UP
/SLEEP
POWER
3
15
16
17
8
CHANNEL
RETURN
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
0
+100
MENU
DISPLAY
MUTE
CHANNEL
19
20
VOLUME
PLAY
REW
F.FWD
7
24
5
4
23
9
10
STOP
7
11
18
25
EJECT
RECORD
T-PROG.
CLEAR
COUNTER
RESET
SPEED
PAUSE/STILL
GAME
TIME SEARCH
22
21
1 VIDEO input jack– Connect to the video output
jack of your video camera or another VCR.
2 AUDIO input jack– Connect to the audio output
jack of your audio equipment, video camera or
another VCR.
3 POWER button– Press to turn TV/VCR on and
off. Press to activate timer recording.
4 VOLUME X / Y buttons– Adjust the volume
level.
5 CHANNEL K / L buttons– Press to select the
desired channels for viewing or recording.
You may display the main menu on the TV screen
by pressing repeatedly this button on the
TV/VCR.
TRACKING function– Press to minimize video
‘noise’ (lines or dots on screen) during playback
mode.
6 Remote Sensor Window– Receives the infrared
signals from the remote control.
7 STOP button– Press to stop the tape motion.
EJECT button– Press in the Stop mode to remove
tape from TV/VCR.
L button–
Press to select setting modes from the on screen
menu.
Press to enter digits when setting program.
(for example: setting clock or timer program)
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- REAR VIEW -
ANT.
26
8 REW button– Press to rewind the tape, or to view
the picture rapidly in reverse during playback
mode. (Rewind Search)
s button–
Press
to select a mode from a particular menu.
•
(for example: LANGUAGE or USER’S SET UP)
9 PLAY button– Press to begin playback.
K button–
Press
to select setting modes from the on screen
•
menu.
• Press to enter digits when setting program.
(for example: setting clock or timer program)
10 F.FWD button– Press to rapidly advance the tape,
or to view the picture rapidly in forward during
playback mode. (Forward Search)
B button–
• When setting program (for example: setting clock
or timer program), press to determine your selection and proceed to the next step you want to
input.
• Press to determine setting modes from on screen
menu.
• Press to select a mode from a particular menu.
(for example: LANGUAGE or USER’S SET UP)
11 REC button– Press for manual recording.
OTR button– Activates One Touch Recording.
(only on the TV/VCR)
12 RECORD indicator– Flashes during recording.
Lights up in the Stand-by mode for Timer
Recording.
13 EARPHONE jack– Connects to earphones (not
supplied) for personal listening. The size of jack is
1/8” monaural (3.5mm).
14 Cassette compartment
15 Number buttons– Press to select desired channels
for viewing or recording. To select channels from
1 to 9, first press the 0 button and then 1 to 9.
27
+100 button– When selecting cable channels
which are higher than 99, press this button first,
then press the last two digits. (To select channel
125, first press the “+100” button then press “2”
and “5”).
16 MENU button– Press to display the main menu on
the TV screen.
17 DISPLAY button– Display the counter or the current channel number and current time on the TV
screen.
18 SPEED button– Press to choose the desired
recording speed:SP/SLP.
19 T-PROG. CLEAR button– Press to cancel a setting of timer program.
COUNTER RESET button– Press to reset counter
to 0:00:00.
20 GAME button– Sets the game mode and external
input mode at the same time.
21 TIME SEARCH button– Press to activate Time
Search mode.
22 PAUSE/STILL button– Press to temporarily stop
the tape during the recording or to view a still picture during playback.
23 MUTE button– Mutes the sound. Press it again to
resume sound.
24 CHANNEL RETURN button– Press to go back to
the previously viewed channel. For example,
pressing this button once will change channel display from 3 (present channel) to 10 (previously
viewed channel), and pressing it a second time
will return from 10 to 3.
25 WAKE UP/SLEEP button– Sets the Wake up or
Sleep Timer.
26 Power cord– Connect to a standard AC outlet
(120V/60Hz).
27 ANT. terminal– Connect to an antenna or cable
system.
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CABINET DISASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS
1. Disassembly Flowchart
(1): Order of steps in Procedure. When reassembling,
follow the steps in reverse order.These numbers
are also used as the identification (location) No. of
parts in Figures.
(2): Parts to be removed or installed.
(3): Fig. No. showing Procedure of Part Location.
(4): Identification of part to be removed, unhooked,
unlocked, released, unplugged, unclamped, or
desoldered.
S=Screw, P=Spring, L=Locking Tab, CN=Connector, *=Unhook, Unlock, Release, Unplug, or Desolder
2(S-2) = two Screw (S-2)
(5): Refer to the following "Reference Notes in the
Table."
This flowchart indicates the disassembly steps for the
cabinet parts, and the CBA in order to gain access to
item(s) to be serviced. When reassembling, follow the
steps in reverse order. Bend, route and dress the
cables as they were.
Caution !!
When removing the CRT, be sure to discharge the
Anode Lead of the CRT with the CRT Ground Wire
before removing the Anode Cap.
[1] Rear Cabinet
[2] Tray Chassis
Reference Notes in the Table
[3] Deck Unit
1. Removal of the Rear Cabinet.
Remove Screws 4(S-1).
[4] Main CBA
Caution !!
Discharge the Anode Lead of the CRT with the CRT
Ground Wire before removing the Anode Cap.
2. Removal of the Tray Chassis.
Discharge the Anode Lead of the CRT with the
CRT Ground before removing the Anode Cap.
Disconnect the following: Anode Cap, CN501, CRT
CBA, CN601, CN571 and CN802. Then, pull the
Tray Chassis backward.
[5] CRT
2. Disassembly Method
REMOVAL
ID/
LOC.
No.
PART
REMOVE/
*UNHOOK/
Fig.
UNLOCK/RELEASE/ Note
No.
UNPLUG/DESOLDER
3. Removal of the Deck Unit.
Remove Screws 7(S-2) and 2(S-3). Then, desolder
connectors (CL201, CL401, CL402, CL403) and lift
up the Deck Unit.
1
4. Removal of the Main CBA.
Remove Screws 6(S-4) and pull up the Main CBA.
Tray
Chassis
Anode Cap, CN501,
3, 4,
CRT CBA, CN601,
5
CN802, CN571
2
5. Removal of the CRT.
Remove Screws 4(S-5) and pull the CRT backward.
[3]
Deck Unit
7(S-2), 2(S-3),
Desolder (CL201,
3, 5
CL401, CL402,
CL403)
3
[4]
Main CBA
3, 5 6(S-4)
4
[5]
CRT
4
5
[1]
[2]
Rear
Cabinet
1, 2 4(S-1)
4(S-5)
↓
↓
↓
↓
↓
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)
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S-1
ANT.
S-1
Fig. 1
S-1
S-1
S-1
S-1
[1] REAR CABINET
Fig. 2
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[2] TRAY CHASSIS
S-2
S-2
S-2
[3] DECK UNIT
S-2
S-4
[4] MAIN CBA
S-4
S-4
S-4
S-3
S-3
S-4
Fig. 3
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ANODE CAP
S-5
CRT CBA
S-5
S-5
[5] CRT
S-5
Fig. 4
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ANODE
CL504A
CRT
CN501
CL501A
CRT CBA
FOCUS
SCREEN
GND
TO SPEAKER
MAIN CBA
CL403
CN802
TO DEGAUSS
COIL
CN601
CL401
AC CORD
CL402
CL504
CL501
CN571
CL201
CYLINDER
ASSEMBLY
FE HEAD
CAPSTAN
MOTOR
AC HEAD
ASSEMBLY
DECK UNIT
Fig. 5
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T7300DC
ELECTRICAL ADJUSTMENT INSTRUCTIONS
General Note:
How to Set up the Service mode:
"CBA" is abbreviation for "Circuit Board
Assembly."
Service Mode:
1. Use the service remote control unit.
2. Turn the power on.
NOTE:
3. Press " WAKE-UP/SLEEP " button on the service
remote control unit.
Electrical adjustments are required after replacing
circuit components and certain mechanical parts.
It is important to perform these adjustments only
after all repairs and replacements have been completed.
Also, do not attempt these adjustments unless the
proper equipment is available.
1. DC 114V (+B) Adjustment
Purpose: To obtain correct operation.
Symptom of Misadjustment: The picture is dark and
unit does not operate correctly.
Test Equipment Required
1. NTSC Pattern Generator (Color Bar W/White Window, Red Color, Dot Pattern, Gray Scale, Monoscope, Multi-Burst)
2. AC Milli Voltmeter (RMS)
Test point
Adj. Point
Mode
Input
J192
(+B)
J213
(GND)
VR601
---
-----
Tape
M. EQ.
Spec.
---
DC Voltmeter
Plastic Tip Driver
+114±0.5V DC
3. Alignment Tape (FL8A, FL8N), Blank Tape
4. DC Voltmeter
5. Oscilloscope: Dual-trace with 10:1 probe,
V-Range: 0.001~50V/Div,
F-Range: DC~AC-60MHz
Note: J192(+B), J213(GND), VR601 --- Main CBA
1. Connect the unit to AC Power Outlet.
2. Connect DC
J213(GND).
6. Frequency Counter
7. Plastic Tip Driver
Volt
Meter
to
J192(+B)
and
3. Adjust VR601 so that the voltage of J192(+B)
becomes +114±0.5V DC.
How to make service remote control
unit:
2. Auto AFT (VCO) Adjustment
1. Prepare normal remote control unit. (Part No.
N0107UD) Remove 3 screws from the back lid.
(Fig. 1-1)
Symptom of Misadjustment: AFT does not work correctly and/or synchronization is faulty.
Purpose: To operate AFT correctly.
2. Added J1 (Jumper Wire) to the remote control
CBA. (Fig. 1-2)
SCREW
Remote control unit (Bottom)
Test point
Adj. Point
Mode
Input
---
---
Video
-----
Tape
M. EQ.
Spec.
---
---
---
1. Set the unit to the Video mode with no signal input.
Fig. 1-1
2. Enter the Service mode. (See page 1-4-1.) Then
press number "3" button on the remote control unit.
J1
3. If the screen color changes to "Green" then this
adjustment is finished.
Remote control CBA
4. If the screen color changes to "Red" then this
adjustment is failed. Repeat steps 1 and 2 or check
relative circuit or parts (IC).
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3. TV AGC Adjustment
4-2. C-Trap Adjustment
Purpose: Set AGC (Auto Gain Control) Level.
Purpose: To get minimum leakage of the color signal
carrier.
Symptom of Misadjustment: AGC does not synchronize correctly when RF input level is too weak and picture distortion may occur if it is too strong.
Symptom of Misadjustment: If C-Trap Adjustment is
incorrect, stripes will appear on the screen.
Test point
Adj. Point
Mode
Input
Test point
Adj. Point
Mode
Input
J191
(AGC)
CH. o / p
buttons
---
Color Bar
67.25MHz
60dBµV
J233
(B-OUT)
CH o / p
buttons
---
Color Bar
Tape
M. EQ.
Spec.
Tape
M. EQ.
---
Oscilloscope
Pattern Generator
---
---
Pattern Generator
DC Voltmeter
Spec.
+2.8±0.3V DC
Figure
Note: J191 (AGC) --- Main CBA
1. Enter the Service mode. (See page 1-4-1.) Then
press number 2 button on the remote control unit.
minimum
2. Receive the Color Bar signal for channel 4
(67.25MHz). (RF Input Level: 60dBµV)
3. Press CH. o / p buttons so that the voltage of
J191 (AGC) becomes +2.8V±0.3V DC.
Fig. 2
4. Turn the power off and on again.
Note: J233 (B-Out)--- Main CBA
4-1. H Adjustment
1. Connect Oscilloscope to J233.
Purpose: To get correct horizontal position and size
of screen image.
2. Input a color bar signal from RF input.
Enter the Service mode. (See page 1-4-1.)
Symptom of Misadjustment: Horizontal position and
size of screen image may not be properly displayed.
Test point
Adj. Point
Mode
Input
R583
CH o / p
buttons
Video
---
Tape
M. EQ.
---
3. Press "0" button on the remote control unit and
select C-TRAP Mode.
4. Press CH o / p buttons on the remote control unit
so that the carrier leakage B-Out (3.58MHz) value
becomes minimum on the oscilloscope.
5. Turn the power off and on again.
Spec.
Frequency Counter 15.734kHz±300Hz
Note: R583 --- Main CBA
1. Connect Frequency Counter to R583.
2. Set the unit to the VIDEO mode and no input is
necessary. Enter the Service mode.
(See page 1-4-1.)
3. Operate the unit for at least 20 minutes.
4. Press "2" button on the remote control unit and
select H-Adj Mode. (Press "2" button, then display
will change H-Adj and AGC.)
5. Press CH o / p buttons on the remote control unit
so that the display will change "0" to "7."
At this moment, choose display "0" to "7" when the
Frequency counter display is closest to
15.734kHz±300Hz.
6. Turn the power off and on again.
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4-3. Y DL Time Adjustment
5. V. Size Adjustment
Purpose: To get minimum leakage of the color signal
carrier.
Purpose: To obtain correct vertical height of screen
image.
Symptom of Misadjustment: If Y DL Time Adjustment is incorrect, stripes will appear on the screen.
Symptom of Misadjustment: If V. Size is incorrect,
vertical height of image on the screen may not be
properly displayed.
1. Enter the Service mode. (See page 1-4-1.)
2. Press "0" button on the remote control unit twice to
show "D-T" on the display.
3. Select "2" by pressing CH o / p buttons on the
remote control to enter Y DL Time Adjustment
mode.
4. If needed, perform the following.
C-TRAP Adjustment (Factory mode)
"0"
button
C-TRP 0
CH
button
C-TRP 1
Mode
Input
---
CH o / p
buttons
---
Monoscope
Tape
M. EQ.
Spec.
---
Pattern Generator
90±5%
2. Input monoscope pattern.
3. Press CH o / p buttons on the remote control unit
so that the monoscope pattern is 90±5% of display
size and the circle is round.
"0" button
Y DL Time Adj TV Adjustment
CH
button
Adj. Point
1. Enter the Service mode. (See page 1-4-1.)
Press "9" button on the remote control unit and
select V-S Mode. (Press "9" button then display will
change to V-P and V-S).
CH
button
D-T TV 0
Test point
6. V. Shift Adjustment
D-T
TV 1
Purpose: To obtain correct vertical position of screen
image.
CH
button
Symptom of Misadjustment: If V. position is incorrect, vertical position of image on the screen may not
be properly displayed.
"0" button
Y DL Time Adj EXT/PB Adjustment
D-T
EXT 0
CH
button
D-T EXT 1
CH
button
Test point
Adj. Point
Mode
Input
---
CH o / p
buttons
---
Monoscope
Tape
M. EQ.
Spec.
---
Pattern Generator
90±5%
1. Enter the Service mode. (See page 1-4-1.)
Press "9" button on the remote control unit and
select V-P Mode. (Press "9" button then display will
change to V-P and V-S).
2. Input monoscope pattern.
3. Press CH o / p buttons on the remote control unit
so that the top and bottom of the monoscope pattern are equal to each other.
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7. H. Shift Adjustment
Notes: Screen Control FBT --- MAIN CBA
F.B.T= Fly Back Transformer
Use the Remote Control Unit
Purpose: To obtain correct horizontal position and
size of screen image.
1. Degauss the CRT and allow CRT to operate for 20
minutes before starting the alignment.
Symptom of Misadjustment: Horizontal position and
size of screen image may not be properly displayed.
Test point
Adj. Point
Mode
Input
---
CH o / p
buttons
---
Monoscope
Tape
M. EQ.
Spec.
---
Pattern Generator
90±5%
2. Set the screen control to minimum position. Input
the Black raster signal from RF input.
3. Enter the Service Mode. (See page 1-4-1.)
Dimmed horizontal line appears on the CRT.
4. Press the "VOL p" button.
(Press "VOL p" then display will change CUT OFF/
DRIVE, VCO adjustment, Analog OSD adjustment).
5. Choose CUT OFF/DRIVE Mode then press "1" button. This adjustment mode is CUT OFF (R).
1. Enter the Service mode. (See page 1-4-1.)
Press "8" button on the remote control unit and
select H-P Mode.
2. Input monoscope pattern.
6. Press the "CH o / p" button until the horizontal line
becomes white.
3. Press CH o / p buttons on the remote control unit
so that the left and right side of the monoscope pattern are equal to each other.
7. Choose CUT OFF/DRIVE mode then press "2" button. This adjustment mode is CUT OFF (G). Press
"CH o / p" until the horizontal line becomes white.
4. Turn the power off and on again.
8. Choose CUT OFF/DRIVE Mode then press "3" button. This adjustment mode is CUT OFF (B). Press
"CH o / p" until the horizontal line becomes white.
8. Cut-off Adjustment
9. Input the White Raster Signal from Video In.
Purpose: To adjust the beam current of R, G, B, and
screen voltage.
10.Choose CUT OFF/DRIVE mode then press "4."
Adjust the RED DRIVE as needed with the CH o /
p buttons to get the following value, X= 286, Y=
294.
Symptom of Misadjustment: White color may be
reddish, greenish or bluish.
Test point
Adj. Point
Mode
Input
Ext.
Black
Raster /
White
Raster
---
Screen-Control
Tape
M. EQ.
Spec.
---
Pattern Generator
See Reference
Notes below
11.Choose CUT OFF/DRIVE mode then press "5."
Adjust the BLUE DRIVE as needed with the CH o /
p buttons to get the following value, X= 286.
12.Turn the power off and on again.
Figure
PATTERN GENERATOR
RF INPUT
Fig. 3
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9. Sub-Brightness Adjustment
10. Focus Adjustment
Purpose: To get proper brightness.
Purpose: Set the optimum Focus.
Symptom of Misadjustment: If Sub-Brightness is
incorrect, proper brightness cannot be obtained by
adjusting the Brightness Control.
Symptom of Misadjustment: If Focus Adjustment is
incorrect, blurred images are shown on the display.
Test point
Adj. Point
Mode
Input
---
CH o / p
buttons
---
SYMPTE
7.5IRE
Tape
M. EQ.
Spec.
---
Pattern
Generator
See below
Test point
Adj. Point
Mode
Input
---
Focus Control
---
Monoscope
Tape
M. EQ.
Spec.
---
Pattern Generator
See below.
Note: Focus VR (FBT) --- MAIN CBA
FBT= Fly Back Transformer
Figure
1. Operate the unit more than 30 minutes.
2. Face the unit to the East and degauss the CRT
using a Degaussing Coil.
3. Input the monoscope pattern.
White
4. Adjust the Focus Control on the FBT to obtain clear
picture.
Black
11. Head Switching Position Adjustment
This bar
just
visible
Purpose: Determine the Head Switching Point during
Play back.
Symptom of Misadjustment: May cause Head
Switching Noise or Vertical Jitter in the picture.
Fig. 4
Note: Unit reads Head Switching Position automatically and displays it on the screen (Upper Left Corner).
Note: SYMPTE Setup level --- 7 IRE
1. Enter the Service Mode. (See page 1-4-1.)
Then input SYMPTE signal from RF input.
1. Playback test tape (FL8A, FL8N).
2. Enter the Service Mode. (See page 1-4-1.)
Then press the number 5 button on the remote
control unit.
2. Press MENU button. (Press MENU button then display will change B R T, C N T, T N T, V-T and
SHP). Select BRT and press CH o / p buttons so
that the bar is just visible (See above figure).
3. The Head Switching position will display on the
screen; if adjustment is necessary follow step 4.
6.5H(412.7µs) is preferable.
3. Turn the power off and on again.
4. Press "CH o" or "CH p" button on the remote control unit if necessary. The value will be changed in
0.5H steps up or down. Adjustable range is up to
9.5H. If the value is beyond adjustable range, the
display will change as:
Lower out of range: 0.0H
Upper out of range: -.-H
5. Turn the power off and on again.
12. CCS Text Box Location
When replacing the CRT, the CCS Box might not stay
in appropriate position. Then, replace micro computer.
Note: This adjustment automatically done by the
microcomputer.
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14. Convergence Adjustment
The following 2 adjustments normally are not
attempted in the field. They should be done
only when replacing the CRT then adjust as a
preparation.
Purpose: To obtain proper convergence of red, green
and blue beams.
Symptom of Misadjustment: If Convergence Adjustment is incorrect, the edge of white letters may have
color edges.
13.Purity Adjustment
Purpose: To obtain pure color.
Symptom of Misadjustment: If Color Purity Adjustment is incorrect, large areas of color may not be
properly displayed.
Test point
Adj. Point
Mode
Input
---
Deflection Yoke
Purity Magnet
---
*Red Color
Tape
M. EQ.
Spec.
---
Pattern Generator
See below.
Test point
Adj. Point
Mode
Input
---
C.P. Magnet (RB),
C.P. Magnet (RB-G),
Deflection Yoke
---
Dot Pattern
or
Crosshatch
Tape
M. EQ.
Spec.
---
Pattern Generator
See below.
Figure
CRT
Figure
COIL
SCREW
RB
PURITY
RB-G
RING LOCK
SCREW
GREEN
RED
DY WEDGE
BLUE
C.P. MAGNET CLAMPER
C.P. MAGNET
COIL CLAMPER
Fig. 5
Fig. 6
DEFLECTION YOKE
* This becomes RED COLOR if push 7KEY with a
service mode.
C.P. MAGNET (RB)
R
R
1. Set the unit facing east.
G
G
2. Operate the unit for over 30 minutes before adjusting.
B
3. Fully degauss the unit using an external degaussing coil.
B
Fig. 7
C.P. MAGNET (RB-G)
4. Set the unit to the AUX Mode which is located
before CH2 then input a red raster from video in.
5. Loosen the screw on the Deflection Yoke Clamper
and pull the Deflection Yoke back away from the
screen. (See Fig. 6.)
RB
RB
G
G
6. Loosen the Ring Lock and adjust the Purity Magnets so that a red field is obtained at the center of
the screen. Tighten Ring Lock. (See Fig. 5,6.)
Fig. 8
7. Slowly push the Deflection Yoke toward the bell of
the CRT and set it where a uniform red field is
obtained.
8. Tighten the clamp screw on the Deflection Yoke.
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1. Set the unit to the AUX Mode which is located
before CH2 then input a Dot or crosshatch pattern.
2. Loosen the Ring Lock and align red with blue dots
or Crosshatch at the center of the screen by rotating (RB) C.P. Magnets. (See Fig. 7.)
3. Align red / blue with green dots at the center of the
screen by rotating (RB-G) C.P. Magnet.
(See Fig. 8.)
4. Fix the C.P. Magnets by tightening the Ring Lock.
5. Remove the DY Wedges and slightly tilt the Deflection Yoke horizontally and vertically to obtain the
best overall convergence.
6. Fix the Deflection Yoke by carefully inserting the
DY Wedges between CRT and Deflection Yoke.
1-7-7
T7300EA
BLOCK DIAGRAMS
Servo/System Control Block Diagram
IC201
(SERVO/SYSTEM CONTROL)
(DECK ASSEMBLY)
KEY 0 5
MAIN CBA
AL+5V
KEY 1 6
D203
S-LED
RS201
REMOTE
SENSOR
WF3 J116
CTL
AC HEAD ASSEMBLY
5
6
CONTROL
HEAD
CTL(+)
CTL(-)
CL402
5
6
SW212
LD-SW
14 REMOTE
SW201 SW205
KEY
SWITCH
SW206 SW210
KEY
SWITCH
P-ON-H
P-DOWN
P-ON-H 31
P-DOWN 84
97 CTL AMP-OUT
95 CTL(+)
94 CTL(-)
D204 REC
REC LED 23
REC LED 22
AL+5V
AL+5V
IC202 (MEMORY)
1 LD-SW
SCL 71
6 SCL
SDA 72
5 SDA
2
7 CS
I C-OPEN 45
9 ST-SENS.
7 END-SENS.
80 T-REEL
Q201
Q202
SCL
SDA
2
I C-OPEN
Q206
ST-SENS.
END-SENS.
SENSOR CBA
(ST-SENSOR)
SENSOR CBA
(END-SENSOR)
DRUM
MOTOR
CAPSTAN
MOTOR
M
LOADING
MOTOR
M
M
C-F/R
AL+12V
D/L+12V
P-ON+5V
GND
C-FG
C-CONT
GND
D-FG
LD-CONT
D-CONT
D-PG
TIMER+5V
RESET
34 RESET
SP-MUTE 12
A-MUTE 65
D-REC-H 44
CN201
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
TO AUDIO
BLOCK
SW211
REC
SAFETY
66 C-F/R
AL+12V
D/L+12V
P-ON+5V
87 C-FG
76 C-CONT
89
82
77
90
D-FG
LD-CONT
D-CONT
D-PG
REC/EE/PB
C-SYNC
DV-SYNC
V-ENV
ROTA
RF-SW
TAPE-SPEED
EXT-H/INSEL
RENTAL
SPL-PLAY
1-8-1
SCL
SDA
SP-MUTE
A-MUTE
D-REC-H
EXT-H/INSEL
Q205
CAPSTAN MOTOR
PG
SENSOR
TO CHROMA
/TUNER
BLOCK
T-REEL
REC-SAFETY 33
CYLINDER ASSEMBLY
TO POWER
SUPPLY BLOCK
REC/EE/PB
C-SYNC
DV-SYNC
V-ENV
ROTA
27
74
13
10
15
18
28
29
30
32
RF-SW
TAPE-SPEED
EXT-H/INSEL
RENTAL
SPL-PLAY
1-8-2
TO VIDEO
BLOCK
T7300BLS
Video Block Diagram
REC VIDEO SIGNAL
WF5
J188
V-OUT
MODE: SP/REC
MAIN CBA
Q401
BUFFER
IC401
VIDEO/AUDIO
SIGNAL PROCESS
TO CHROMA/
TUNER BLOCK
PB VIDEO SIGNAL
35
6dB
AMP
VIDEO
45
47
CCD 1H
DELAY
Q402
49
BUFFER
44
CHARA
MIX
FBC
LUMINANCE
SIGNAL PROCESS
DOC YNR Y/C COMB
Y/C
MIX
V-AGC
R P
WF4
TU-VIDEO
TO CHROMA/
TUNER BLOCK
38
JK701
REAR V-IN
EXT-H/INSEL
RENTAL
REC/EE/PB
FROM/TO
SERVO/SYSTEM
CONTROL BLOCK
42
TUNER
EXT-V-IN
SPL-PLAY
C-SYNC
ROTA
D-V SYNC
TAPE-SPEED
71
36
16
73
34
14
39
59
CHROMINANCE
SIGNAL PROCESS
LINE
RENTAL
REC/EE/PB
TRICK
SYNC
SEPA
R
AGC
AMP
P
ROTA
D-V SYNC
SP/LP/EP
(DECK ASSEMBLY)
CYLINDER ASSEMBLY
3
2
1
VIDEO (L) HEAD
VIDEO (R) HEAD
CL401
V(L)
V-COM
V(R)
R
88
89
90
91
WF1
1-8-3
HPF
P
ENV
DET
J190
RF-SW
RF-SW
FROM/TO
SERVO/SYSTEM
CONTROL BLOCK
L
R
74
J189
PB-C-MONI
13
WF6
V-ENV
93
1-8-4
T7300BLV
Audio Block Diagram
PB-AUDIO SIGNAL
REC-AUDIO SIGNAL
Mode : SP/REC
MAIN CBA
IC301
IC801 (AMP)
WF7
FROM/TO
CHROMA/TUNER
BLOCK
FROM/TO
SERVO/SYSTEM
CONTROL BLOCK
TU-AUDIO
48
SDA
SCL
OUTPUT
AMP
MUTE
5
7
26
27
LIMITER
FM DET
AF
AMP
54
TUNER
SERIAL
I/F
ATT
1
JK801
EARPHONE JACK
51
LINE/PB
CN802
SP
SP-GND
53
JK702
A-IN
SP-MUTE
FROM PIN 12
OF IC201
WF8
J187
A-OUT
1
2
SP801
SPEAKER
Q302
BUFFER
IC401 (AUDIO PROCESS)
80
76
TUNER
LINE
BLOCK DIAGRAM FOR SECTION 2 (DECK MECHANISM)
ALC
AC HEAD ASSEMBLY
AUDIO
HEAD
AUDIO
ERASE
HEAD
CN287
A-PB/REC
A-COM
AE-H
AE-H/FE-H
R
4
3
1
2
4
3
1
2
4
CL402
A-PB/REC
A-COM
AE-H
AE-H/FE-H
1
EQ
AMP
LINE
AMP
100
MUTE
96
P
2
SP/LP-ON
3
Q872
BIAS
OSC
CL403
1 FE-H
2 FE-H GND
FULL
ERASE
HEAD
Q873
99
AUTO
BIAS
6
7
REC
AMP
98
D-REC-H
Q871
FE HEAD UNIT
WF9
P-ON+5V
Q875
11 12 71
P-ON+5V
Q874
EXT-H/INSEL
A-MUTE
D-REC-H
1-8-5
1-8-6
TO SERVO/
SYSTEM
CONTROL
BLOCK
T7300BLA
Chroma/Tuner Block Diagram
REC-AUDIO SIGNAL
REC VIDEO SIGNAL
PB VIDEO SIGNAL
MAIN CBA
J191
RF AGC-OUT
IC301 VIDEO/AUDIO/CHROMA/DEFLECTION/IF
TU001
CF301
4.5MHz
TRAP
59
AGC 1
IF 11
SF001
SDA 5
SCL 4
FSC 8
Mode : SP/REC
SAW
FILTER
63
IF SIGNAL
CONTROL
CIRCUIT
64
58
Q301
BUFFER
CF302
4.5MHz
BPF
TU VIDEO
TO VIDEO BLOCK
TU AUDIO TO AUDIO BLOCK
43
(NO CONNECTION)
INT.MONITOR
2
I C-OPEN
SDA
SCL
CN303
1
2
4
5
26
27
SERIAL
I/F
18
INTELLIGENT
MONITORING
WF2
TUNER
LINE
CN303 is used for
adjustment at factory
TO SERVO/SYSTEM
CONTROL BLOCK
VIDEO
EXT V-IN
41
38
31
FROM
VIDEO BLOCK
TUNER
SYNC
SEPARATION
SCL
SDA
2
I C-OPEN
LINE
IC201
(SYSTEM CONTROL/OSD)
CV-IN 56
V-SYNC
PROCESS
CIRCUIT
64
63
62
60
23
22
21
24
WF18 V-SYNC 59
WF17 H-SYNC 58
20
19
OSD-R
OSD-G
OSD-B
OSD-BLK
H-SYNC
PROCESS
CIRCUIT
CHROMA
TRAP
CHROMA
BPF
LUMA
SIGNAL
PROCESS
CIRCUIT
CHROMA
SIGNAL
PROCESS
CIRCUIT
CLOCK
CONTROL
CIRCUIT
X301
3.58MHz
34
J233
B-OUT
OSD MIX/RBG MATRIX/
BLANKING
CL504
4 BLUE
3 GREEN
2 RED
16
15
14
TO
CRT/H.V. BLOCK
CL504A
WF10
WF11
5
6
1-8-7
10
11
33
1-8-8
AFC
H-DRIVE
ACL
V-RAMP-NF
V-DRIVE
FROM/TO
CRT/H.V. BLOCK
T7300BLC
CRT/H.V. Block Diagram
REC VIDEO SIGNAL
PB VIDEO SIGNAL
Mode : SP/REC
IC551 (V-DEFLECTION CONTROL)
L551
DEFLECTION-YOKE
WF13
THERMAL
PROTECTION
5
7
AMP
Q572
4
5
1
H.DRIVE
3
PUMP
UP
WF12
Q571
1
T572
HDRIVE
CN571
H.OUTPUT
6
FROM
POWER SUPPLY BLOCK
VDRIVE
3
VCC
2
+B
DEF+B
FOCUS VR
T571 F.B.T.
ANODE
HV
F
S
11
1
5
3
FOCUS
SCREEN
8
10
7
4
ANODE
SCREEN VR
9
6
FROM/TO
CHROMA/TUNER BLOCK
CL501
3 HEATER
1 P-ON+180V
V-DRIVE
H-DRIVE
AFC
ACL
V-RAMP-NF
CL501A
3
1
MAIN CBA
JK501
FROM
CHROMA/TUNER
BLOCK CL504
CL504A
RED 2
GREEN 3
BLUE 4
Q501
RED AMP
WF14
FOCUS
SCREEN
GND
WF15
Q502
R
G
B
GREEN AMP
BLUE AMP
Q503
WF16
V501
CRT
HEATER
CN501
GND
CRT CBA
1-8-9
1-8-10
T7300BLCRT
Power Supply Block Diagram
CAUTION !
Fixed voltage power supply circuit is used in this unit.
If Main Fuse (F601) is blown, check to see that all components in the power supply
circuit are not defective before you connect the AC plug to the AC power supply.
Otherwise it may cause some components in the power supply circuit to fail.
4A/125V
CAUTION
FOR CONTINUED PROTECTION AGAINST FIRE HAZARD,
REPLACE ONLY WITH THE SAME TYPE FUSE.
ATTENTION : POUR UNE PROTECTION CONTINUE LES RISQES
D'INCELE N'UTILISER QUE DES FUSIBLE DE MEMO TYPE.
RISK OF FIRE-REPLACE FUSE AS MARKED.
"This symbol means fast operating fuse."
"Ce symbole reprèsente un fusible à fusion rapide."
HOT CIRCUIT. BE CAREFUL.
HOT
4A/125V
F601
4A/125V
BRIDGE
RECTIFIER
LINE
FILTER
W601
CN601
COLD
D603 - D606
L601
T601
5
PS601
DG601
DEGAUSSING
COIL
NOTE :
The voltage for parts in hot circuit is measured using
hot GND as a common terminal.
16
+B
15
DEF+B
AL+33V
TIMER+5V
IC602
14
4
Q608
Q611
+5V REG.
P-ON+5V
+5V REG.
P-ON+5V
+5V REG.
P-ON+5V
AL+12V
13
Q610
P-ON+8V
+8V REG.
Q601
SWITCHING
Q609
+5V REG.
2
1
AL+5V
12
AL+12V
11
P-SAFETY2
(TO PIN3 OF IC201)
Q602
LIMITER
IC601
ERROR
VOLTAGE DET
Q612
Q606
4
P-DOWN
(TO PIN84 OF IC201)
1
Q607
VR601
3
2
Q604
+B ADJ.
Q605
P-ON-H
(FROM PIN31 OF IC201)
FEED
BACK
IC301
P-ON-ON
49
+5.7V
REGULATOR
44
MAIN CBA
1-8 -11
1-8-12
T7300BLP
MECHANICAL TROUBLE INDICATOR
1, Each Malfunction Indication
POWER SAFETY
If the MONITOR is turned ON right after the Mechanical Malfunction occurs or POWER SAFETY/X-RAY is
turned ON, display the following character to show
Malfunction after the EJECT display.
1) POWER SAFETY 1
Immediately preceding
Malfunction
Display character
REEL Malfunction
R
DRUM Malfunction
D
CASSETTE LOADING Malfunction
C
TAPE LOADING Malfunction
T
P-SAFETY 1
1
P-SAFETY 2
2
P-SAFETY 3
3
X-RAY
X
If P-SAFETY 1 port becomes continuously 2.5V or
less for 120 msec. (4 times 40 msec. interval) when
MONITOR is ON, the unit shall be assumed to be
the Power Malfunction 1 and immediately turn OFF
the POWER/MONITOR and switch over the
Mechanical Malfunction mode with POWER OFF.
(Shall not unload)
(To return from this mode shall become possible
only by POWER Key as in the case of the Mechanical Malfunction).
* However the POWER SAFETY 1 function shall
be disabled during 500 msec. right after the MONITOR turns ON.
2) POWER SAFETY 2
If P-SAFETY 2 port becomes continuously 2.5V or
less for 120 msec. (4 times 40 msec. interval) when
P-ON-H port is ON, the unit shall be assumed to be
the Power Malfunction 2 and immediately turn OFF
the POWER/MONITOR and switch over the
Mechanical Malfunction mode with POWER OFF.
(Shall not unload)
(To return from this mode shall become possible
only by POWER Key as in the case of the Mechanical Malfunction).
* However the POWER SAFETY 2 function shall
be disabled during 500 msec. right after the P-ONH turns ON.
3) POWER SAFETY 3
Example: If REEL Malfunction
EJECT R
2, Each Malfunction evaluation
method
X-RAY protect
If X-RAY port becomes continuously 2.5V or more for
120 msec. (4 times 40 msec. interval), the unit shall
immediately turn OFF the POWER/MONITOR and
switch over to the Mechanical Malfunction mode with
POWER OFF.
(To return from this mode shall become possible only
by POWER Key as in the case of the Mechanical Malfunction).
1-8-13
If P-SAFETY 3 port becomes continuously 2.5V or
over for 120 msec. (4 times 40 msec. interval)
when MONITOR is ON, P-SAFETY 3 function is
available. After that, if P-SAFETY 3 port becomes
continuously 2.5V or less for 120 msec. (4 times 40
msec. interval), the unit shall be assumed to be the
Power Malfunction 3 and immediately turn OFF the
POWER/MONITOR and switch over the Mechanical Malfunction mode with POWER OFF.
(Shall not unload)
(To return from this mode shall become possible
only by POWER Key as in the case of the Mechanical Malfunction).
* However the POWER SAFETY 3 function shall
be disabled during 500 msec. right after the MONITOR turns ON.
T5300MTI
Mechanical Malfunction determination
4) Countermeasure for CASSETTE LOADING Malfunction
1) REEL Malfunction detection
Countermeasure for REEL and CAPSTAN motor
rotation malfunction (Except CASSETTE LOADING function)
After the Malfunction detection with REEL/CAPSTAN sensor, the unit shall switch over to STOP
(B) and be REEL Mechanical Malfunction.
a) If the T-REEL pulse is not impressed after a lapse
of 5 sec. at SP, 10 sec. at LP, 14 sec. at SLP, or
more in the REEL Rotation Mode like PLAY/REC,
FS/RS Mode, and the T-REEL or S-REEL pulse is
not impress after a lapse of 4 sec. or more in REEL
Rotation Mode of FF/REW, it shall be assumed to
stop the rotation and switch over to STOP (B) position, then POWER be turned OFF and the unit be
REEL Mechanical Malfunction. (T-REEL and SREEL for the models on S-REEL and only T-REEL
for other models)
a) CASSETTE IN operating Malfunction
If LD-SW does not go to SB position after a lapse
of 5 sec. or more from the CASSETTE insertion
start, the unit starts the CASSETTE OUT operation.
After switch over to CASSETTE OUT operation
and then a laps of 5 sec. or more from the CASSETTE OUT operation start, if LD-SW does not go
to the EJ position or if START Sensor and END
Sensor does not turn "ON" at the EJ position, the
unit starts again to insert CASSETTE.
(However in S-INH state, the START/END Sensor
shall be disabled).
b) CASSETTE OUT operating Malfunction
After a lapse of 5 sec. or more from CASSETTE
OUT operation start, if LD-SW does not go to the
EJ position or if START Sensor and END Sensor
does not turn "ON" at the EJ position, the unit starts
to insert CASSETTE.
(However in S-INH state, the START/END Sensor
shall be disabled).
b) If the C-FG pulse is not impressed for a lapse of 1
sec. or more during the CAPSTAN MOTOR rotation, it shall be MOTOR Rotation Malfunction
(REEL Malfunction).
2) DRUM Malfunction detection
Detect the DRUM rotation at the D-FG input terminal.
If the variation of D-FG input level is not detected
for a lapse of 1 sec. or more when D-CONT is "H",
it shall be assumed to be Rotation Malfunction and
be DRUM Malfunction.
When detect Drum Malfunction, POWER shall be
turned OFF after the unit switches over to STEP
(B) Mode.
3) Countermeasure for TAPE LOADING Malfunction
Detect the Malfunction with the LOADING Switch.
a) TAPE LOADING Malfunction
If LD-SW does not go to the established position
after a lapse of 7 sec. or more from TAPE LOADING or TAPE UNLOADING start, the LOADING
function shall immediately be stopped and POWER
be turned OFF, and inform the Timer about the
LOADING Mechanical Malfunction.
b) LD-SW Position Malfunction at each mode
When the unit operates at each mode, even if the
LD-SW position changes from the established one
in its mode, it keeps the function according to its
mode.
When the unit switches over to CASSETTE insertion at CASSETTE IN or CASSETTE OUT Malfunction, if LD-SW does not go to the SB position
after a lapse of 5 sec. or more from CASSETTE
insertion start, the function shall immediately be
stopped and POWER be turned OFF, and the unit
be CASSETTE LOADING Malfunction.
c) When POWER is turned ON, if the CL position or
GC position cannot be detected after 5 sec. LDREV operation and 5 sec. LD-FWD operation, the
function shall immediately be stopped and POWER
be turned OFF, and the unit be CASSETTE LOADING Malfunction.
d) When POWER is turned ON without CASSETTE
(EJ position) and LD-SW is monitored all the time,
if the CL or GC position is detected continuously for
1 sec. or more, the POWER shall be turned OFF
and the unit be CASSETTE LOADING Malfunction.
Countermeasure for Mechanical
Malfunction
If the unit detects Mechanical Malfunction, turn the
POWER OFF. If the unit is Mechanical Malfunction,
Key input except POWER key shall be disabled and
CASSETTE insertion disabled. When POWER Key is
entered, the POWER is turned ON and the unit
switches over the EJECT Mode. (Return with POWER
ON)
1-8-14
T5300MTI
Power Supply Trouble Shooting Guide
It is highly recommended that a variable isolation
transformer which can monitor current be used.
(Alternatively a variable AC source which monitors current will do). Read directions below before
power is added!
Voltage approx. 5Vp-p
0V
T=Approx. 6 to 14 sec
Oscilloscope setting: 1V/DIV.
2 sec./DIV
CHECK
Repair method
Fig.1
Repair method #1
Check Fuse (F601) is blown
out or not.
If fuse is blown out,
do repair method #1
(Power must be off)
YES
#1
NO
Check whether the primary
rectifying DC of the Switching
NO
power supply has an output.
(Reading should be about 168V.
#2
YES
Disconnect 105V diode (D613), 25V diode (D614), 8V
diode (D616), 12V diode (D617), 12V diode (D618)
and Check the load continuity of 105V line, 25V line,
8V line, 12V line through a tester (resistance range).
If the tester indicates a lower resistance value around
0 ohm, the line is short-circuited.
YES
Voltage of the 105V line
higher than normal?
Short circuit in the secondary side. check diode D613,
D614, D616, D617 and D618, switching transistor
(Q601), control transistor (Q602), diode and resistor
replace as necessary.
#3
NO
The transformer of the power
supply makes a higher sound
or the oscillation wave form is
abnormal.
(E.g. intermittent oscillation)
YES
Connect the positive probe of
#4
oscilloscope to the pin 16 of
T601, then connect the negative
probe to the pin 12. Observe the
waveform and check to see if
the waveform is out of limit of
value shown in Fig.1.
Before repairing the switching power supply, find out
the short-circuited area of such line and repair it.
If the tester does not indicate any low resistance value
(around 0 ohm), no load is short-circuited and there is
no problem.
Check for any defective parts while the secondary rectifying diodes are disconnected (D613, D614, D616,
D617 and D618) perform a diode check in both forward and reverse directions through a tester.
NO
There is no problem on the
SW power supply
1-8-15
T5300TR1
Repair method #2
Check the primary rectifying diodes (D603-D606) as
possible problems. Remove the above mentioned
parts and check them. Perform check according to the
step 1 and 2 of repair method #1 and check for defects
following parts, then if necessary replace with factory
originals.
R602 is open or not.
Q601, Q602, D607, D608 and D611 are short or not.
Repair method #3
The feedback circuit which is monitored by the output
of D613 105V may not work and this may be regarded
as a possible cause, remove IC601 (Photo Coupler),
diode (D620) and transistor (Q604) check for defects.
Repair method #4
Check control circuitly which is connecting to Pin 2
and 1 of Switching Transformer T601.
1-8-16
T5300TR1
SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS / CBA’S AND TEST POINTS
Standard Notes
Note:
1. Do not use the part number shown on these drawings for ordering. The correct part number is shown
in the parts list, and may be slightly different or
amended since these drawings were prepared.
Warning
Many electrical and mechanical parts in this chassis
have special characteristics. These characteristics
often pass unnoticed and the protection afforded by
them cannot necessarily be obtained by using replacement components rated for higher voltage, wattage,
etc. Replacement parts that have these special safety
characteristics are identified in this manual and its
supplements; electrical components having such features are identified by the mark " # " in the schematic
diagram and the parts list. Before replacing any of
these components, read the parts list in this manual
carefully. The use of substitute replacement parts that
do not have the same safety characteristics as specified in the parts list may create shock, fire, or other
hazards.
2. All resistance values are indicated in ohms (K=103,
M=106).
3. Resistor wattages are 1/4W or 1/6W unless otherwise specified.
4. All capacitance values are indicated in µF
(P=10-6µF).
5. All voltages are DC voltages unless otherwise
specified.
Capacitor Temperature Markings
Mark
Capacity
change rate
Standard
temperature
Temperature
range
(B)
±10%
20°C
-25~+85°C
(F)
+30 -80%
20°C
-25~+85°C
(SR)
±15%
20°C
-25~+85°C
(Z)
+30 -80%
20°C
-10~+70°C
Capacitors and transistors are represented by the following symbols.
CBA Symbols
(Top View) (Bottom View)
+
Electrolytic Capacitor
(Bottom View)
Transistor or Digital Transistor
E
C
B
Schematic Diagram Symbols
(Top View)
(Top View)
NPN Transistor
PNP Transistor
ECB
ECB
(Top View)
(Top View)
PNP Digital
Transistor
NPN Digital Transistor
ECB
Digital Transistor
ECB
1-9-1
SC_1
LIST OF CAUTION, NOTES, AND SYMBOLS USED IN THE SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS ON
THE FOLLOWING PAGES:
1. CAUTION:
FOR CONTINUED PROTECTION AGAINST FIRE HAZARD, REPLACE ONLY WITH THE SAME TYPE FUSE.
2. CAUTION:
Fixed Voltage (or Auto voltage selectable) power supply circuit is used in this unit.
If Main Fuse (F601) is blown, first check to see that all components in the power supply circuit are not defective
before you connect the AC plug to the AC power supply. Otherwise it may cause some components in the
power supply circuit to fail.
3. Note:
(1) Do not use the part number shown on the drawings for ordering. The correct part number is shown in the parts
list, and may be slightly different or amended since the drawings were prepared.
(2) To maintain original function and reliability of repaired units, use only original replacement parts which are listed
with their part numbers in the parts list section of the service manual.
4. Wire Connectors
(1) Prefix symbol "CN" means "connector" (can disconnect and reconnect).
(2) Prefix symbol "CL" means "wire-solder holes of the PCB" (wire is soldered directly).
5. Note: Mark "•" is a leadless (chip) component.
6. Mode: SP/REC
7. Voltage indications for PLAY and REC modes on the schematics are as shown below:
1
2
3
5.0
(2.5)
5.0
The same voltage for
both PLAY & REC modes
PLAY mode
REC mode
Unit: Volts
Indicates that the voltage
is not consistent here.
8. How to read converged lines
3
1-D3
1-B1
AREA D3
Distinction Area
2
Line Number
(1 to 3 digits)
1
Examples:
1. "1-D3" means that line number "1" goes to area "D3".
2. "1-B1" means that line number "1" goes to area "B1".
AREA B1
1-D3
A
B
C
D
9. Test Point Information
: Indicates a test point with a jumper wire across a hole in the PCB.
: Used to indicate a test point with a component lead on foil side.
: Used to indicate a test point with no test pin.
: Used to indicate a test point with a test pin.
1-9-2
SC_2
Main 1/4 Schematic Diagram
A5
B5
C5
D5
E5
F5
G5
A4
B4
C4
D4
E4
F4
G4
A3
B3
C3
D3
E3
F3
G3
A2
B2
C2
D2
E2
F2
G2
A1
B1
C1
D1
E1
F1
G1
1-9-3
1-9-4
MAIN 1/4
Ref No.
Position
ICS
IC201
D-3
IC202
F-4
TRANSISTORS
Q205
C-1
Q206
F-4
TEST POINTS
J116
D-5
CONNECTORS
CL201
G-2
1-9-5
T7300SCM1
Main 2/4 Schematic Diagram
REC Video Signal
PB Video Signal
REC Audio Signal
PB Audio Signal
H5
I5
J5
K5
L5
M5
N5
H4
I4
J4
K4
L4
M4
N4
H3
I3
J3
K3
L3
M3
N3
H2
I2
J2
K2
L2
M2
N2
H1
I1
J1
K1
L1
M1
N1
1-9-6
1-9-7
MAIN 2/4
Ref No.
Position
ICS
IC401
I-2
IC801
M-4
TRANSISTORS
Q401
K-2
Q402
L-4
Q491
L-2
Q871
I-2
Q872
I-2
Q873
I-1
Q874
I-1
Q875
I-1
TEST POINTS
J187
H-3
J188
L-2
J189
J-4
J190
J-2
CONNECTORS
CL401
H-4
CL402
H-1
CL403
H-1
CN802
N-4
1-9-8
T7300SCM2
Main 3/4 Schematic Diagram
O5
P5
O4
P4
Q5
R5
S5
REC Video Signal
PB Video Signal
REC Audio Signal
PB Audio Signal
T5
U5
Q4
R4
S4
T4
U4
O3
P3
Q3
R3
S3
T3
U3
O2
P2
Q2
R2
S2
T2
U2
O1
P1
Q1
R1
S1
T1
U1
1-9-9
1-9-10
MAIN 3/4
Ref No.
Position
ICS
IC301
R-2
TRANSISTORS
Q301
R-5
Q302
Q-3
TEST POINTS
J191
Q-3
J233
T-2
J234
T-2
J239
T-2
J262
T-1
J264
T-1
CONNECTORS
CN303
U-5
1-9-11
T7300SCM3
Main 4/4 Schematic Diagram
CAUTION !
Fixed voltage power supply circuit is used in this unit.
If Main Fuse (F601) is blown, check to see that all components in the power supply
NOTE :
THE VOLTAGE FOR PARTS IN HOT CIRCUIT IS MEASURED USING
HOT GND AS A COMMON TERMINAL.
V5
4A/125V
circuit are not defective before you connect the AC plug to the AC power supply.
Otherwise it may cause some components in the power supply circuit to fail.
W5
X5
CAUTION
FOR CONTINUED PROTECTION AGAINST FIRE HAZARD,
REPLACE ONLY WITH THE SAME TYPE FUSE.
ATTENTION : POUR UNE PROTECTION CONTINUE LES RISQES
D'INCELE N'UTILISER QUE DES FUSIBLE DE MEMO TYPE.
RISK OF FIRE-REPLACE FUSE AS MARKED.
REC Video Signal
PB Video Signal
"This symbol means fast operating fuse."
"Ce symbole reprèsente un fusible à fusion rapide."
Y5
Z5
AA5
CRT
Ref No.
Position
TRANSISTORS
Q501
AA-5
Q502
AA-4
Q503
AA-4
CONNECTORS
CL501A
Z-5
CL504A
Z-5
CN501
BB-4
BB5
MAIN 4/4
Ref No.
V4
W4
X4
Y4
Z4
AA4
BB4
V3
W3
X3
Y3
Z3
AA3
BB3
V2
W2
X2
Y2
Z2
AA2
BB2
Position
ICS
IC551
V-5
IC601
Z-2
IC602
X-3
TRANSISTORS
Q571
X-5
Q572
X-5
Q591
X-4
Q601
AA-2
Q602
AA-2
Q604
Z-2
Q605
Y-2
Q606
Y-3
Q607
X-2
Q608
W-2
Q609
X-2
Q610
X-2
Q611
W-1
Q612
W-2
TEST POINTS
J551
Y-4
J552
Y-4
CONNECTORS
CL501
Z-5
CL504
Z-5
CN571
W-5
CN601
BB-2
ADJUSTMENT
VR601
Z-2
VOLTAGE CHART (Power off mode)
V1
W1
1-9-12
X1
Y1
Z1
1-9-13
AA1
BB1
1-9-14
Ref. No.
S
D
G
1.8
Q601
0.0
137.0
Ref. No.
E
C
B
Q602
0
3.2
0.5
Q605
0
7.0
0
Q606
7.0
7.0
7.0
Q608
Q609
Q610
Q611
Q612
5.0
6.0
0.7
0
5.3
7.5
6.5
4.7
2.4
5.3
5.7
6.6
1.3
0
0.8
T7300SCM4
Main CBA Top View
CAUTION !
Fixed voltage power supply circuit is used in this unit.
If Main Fuse (F601) is blown, check to see that all components in the power supply
circuit are not defective before you connect the AC plug to the AC power supply.
Otherwise it may cause some components in the power supply circuit to fail.
4A/125V
CAUTION
FOR CONTINUED PROTECTION AGAINST FIRE HAZARD,
REPLACE ONLY WITH THE SAME TYPE FUSE.
ATTENTION : POUR UNE PROTECTION CONTINUE LES RISQES
D'INCELE N'UTILISER QUE DES FUSIBLE DE MEMO TYPE.
RISK OF FIRE-REPLACE FUSE AS MARKED.
Sensor CBA Top View (END-SENSOR)
WF8
J187
A-OUT
BHB300F01011-A
WF5
J188
V-OUT
WF6
J189
PB-CMONI
WF1
J190
RF-SW
BECAUSE A HOT CHASSIS GROUND IS PRESENT IN THE POWER
SUPPLY CIRCUIT, AN ISOLATION TRANSFORMER MUST BE USED.
J191
RF AGCOUT
ALSO, IN ORDER TO HAVE THE ABILITY TO INCREASE THE INPUT
SLOWLY, WHEN TROUBLESHOOTING THIS TYPE POWER SUPPLY
CIRCUIT, A VARIABLE ISOLATION TRANSFORMER IS REQUIRED.
BHB300F01011-B
"This symbol means fast operating fuse."
"Ce symbole reprèsente un fusible à fusion rapide."
MAIN CBA
Ref No.
Position
ICS
IC201
IC202
A-3
A-2
IC301
IC401
D-3
C-3
IC551
IC601
D-1
E-3
IC602
D-2
IC801
A-1
TRANSISTORS
J233
B-OUT
VR601
+B ADJ
J213
GND
Q205
Q206
A-4
B-3
Q301
Q302
D-4
D-4
Q401
Q402
B-3
B-3
Q491
Q571
B-3
D-1
Q572
Q591
D-1
C-1
Q601
Q602
E-3
E-3
Q604
Q605
E-2
E-2
Q606
Q607
E-2
D-2
Q608
Q609
D-2
D-2
Q610
Q611
D-3
D-3
Q612
Q871
C-1
C-3
Q872
Q873
C-2
C-3
Q874
C-3
Q875
C-3
TEST POINTS
J116
C-1
J187
J188
D-4
D-4
J189
J190
D-4
D-4
J191
J233
D-4
D-3
J234
J239
D-3
D-3
J262
J264
D-3
D-3
J551
D-1
J552
D-1
CONNECTORS
Sensor CBA
Top View
(START-SENSOR)
CL201
B-1
CL401
CL402
C-3
C-2
CL501
CL504
D-2
D-3
CN303
CN571
C-4
D-1
CN601
E-4
CN802
B-4
ADJUSTMENT
VR601
BHB300F01011-B
WF3
J116
CTL
R583
(H Adjustment)
E-2
J192
+B
BHB300F01011-A
1-9-15
1-9-16
1-9-17
BT5300F01012
Main CBA Bottom View
CAUTION !
Fixed voltage power supply circuit is used in this unit.
If Main Fuse (F601) is blown, check to see that all components in the power supply
circuit are not defective before you connect the AC plug to the AC power supply.
Otherwise it may cause some components in the power supply circuit to fail.
4A/125V
CAUTION
FOR CONTINUED PROTECTION AGAINST FIRE HAZARD,
REPLACE ONLY WITH THE SAME TYPE FUSE.
ATTENTION : POUR UNE PROTECTION CONTINUE LES RISQES
D'INCELE N'UTILISER QUE DES FUSIBLE DE MEMO TYPE.
RISK OF FIRE-REPLACE FUSE AS MARKED.
BECAUSE A HOT CHASSIS GROUND IS PRESENT IN THE POWER
SUPPLY CIRCUIT, AN ISOLATION TRANSFORMER MUST BE USED.
ALSO, IN ORDER TO HAVE THE ABILITY TO INCREASE THE INPUT
SLOWLY, WHEN TROUBLESHOOTING THIS TYPE POWER SUPPLY
CIRCUIT, A VARIABLE ISOLATION TRANSFORMER IS REQUIRED.
"This symbol means fast operating fuse."
"Ce symbole reprèsente un fusible à fusion rapide."
WF10
WF11
PIN 20
PIN 11
OF IC301 OF IC301
WF7
PIN 48
OF IC301
WF9
PIN 7
OF IC401
WF2
PIN 61
OF IC401
WF4
PIN 42
OF IC401
WF17
PIN 58
OF IC201
WF18
PIN 59
OF IC201
WF13
PIN 5
OF CN571
WF12
Q571
Collector
1-9-18
1-9-19
1-9-20
BT5300F01012
CRT CBA Top View
CRT CBA Bottom View
CRT CBA
Ref No.
Position
TRANSISTORS
Q501
Q502
B-2
B-2
Q503
B-2
CONNECTORS
1-9-21
CL501A
CL504A
B-2
B-2
CN501
A-1
WF14
Q501
Collector
WF16
WF15
Q502
Q503
Collector Collector
1-9-22
BT5300F01012
WAVEFORMS
WAVEFORM NOTES
INPUT: NTSC COLOR BAR SIGNAL
OTHER CONTROLS: CENTER POSITION
VOLTAGES SHOWN ARE RANGE OF
OSCILLOSCOPE SETTING
2V
5 ms
0.5 V
WF1 MAIN 2/4 SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM
J190 RF-SW
0.2 V
0.1 µs
1V
20 µs
1-10-1
5 ms
0.5 ms
WF7 MAIN 3/4 SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM
IC301 PIN 48
0.5 V
WF4 MAIN 2/4 SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM
IC401 PIN 42
5V
Upper: WF6 Lower: WF1
MAIN 2/4 SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM
J189 PB-C-MONI
0.2 V
10 ms
WF3 MAIN 1/4 SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM
J116 CTL
0.25 V
WF5 MAIN 2/4 SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM
J188 V-OUT
0.2 V
WF2 MAIN 2/4 SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM
IC401 PIN 61
20 µs
0.5 ms
WF8 MAIN 2/4 SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM
J187 A-OUT
0.5 V
0.5 ms
WF9 MAIN 2/4 SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM
IC401 PIN 7
2V
5 ms
WF10 MAIN 3/4 SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM
IC301 PIN 20
1V
20 µs
WF11 MAIN 3/4 SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM
IC301 PIN 11
200 V
20 µs
WF12 MAIN 4/4 SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM
Q571 COLLECTOR
10 V
5 ms
WF13 MAIN 4/4 SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM
CN571 PIN 5
20 V
20 µs
WF14 CRT SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM
Q501 COLLECTOR
20 V
1V
20 µs
WF17 MAIN 1/4 SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM
IC201 PIN 58
1V
5 ms
WF18 MAIN 1/4 SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM
IC201 PIN 59
20 µs
WF15 CRT SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM
Q502 COLLECTOR
20 V
20 µs
WF16 CRT SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM
Q503 COLLECTOR
1-10-2
Z11WF
WIRING DIAGRAM
WIRING DIAGRAM FOR SECTION 2
(DECK MECHANISM)
ANODE
CL802
SP801
SPEAKER
FOCUS
CRT
CN501
CRT CBA
BT5300F01012
SCREEN
CL501A
3 HEATER
2 GND
1 P-ON+180V
D.Y.
CL504B
GND
RED
GREEN
BULE
CL501B
3 HEATER
2 GND
1 P-ON+180V
GND
CL504
1 GND
2 RED
3 GREEN
4 BLUE
1
2
3
4
VD
(NO CONNECTION)
CN303 IS USED FOR
ADJUSTMENT AT
FACTORY
CL201
C-F/R
AL+12V
D/L+12V
AL+5V
GND
C-FG
C-CONT
GND
D-FG
LD-CONT
D-CONT
D-PG
M
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
LOADING
MOTOR
CYLINDER ASSEMBLY
PG
SENSOR
M
T571
FBT
CL401
V(R)
V-COM
V(L)
MAIN CBA
BT5300F01012
1
2
3
4
5
CAPSTAN MOTOR
CN303
INT.MONITOR
I2C-OPEN
GND
SDA
SCL
DRUM
MOTOR
VIDEO
(R)
HEAD
CN571
1
2
3
4
5
HD
CN802
1 SP
2 SP-GND
CL402
AE-H
AE-H/FE-H
A-COM
A-PB/REC
CTL(+)
CTL(-)
VIDEO
(L)
HEAD
1
2
3
1
2
3
4
5
6
CN287
1
2
3
4
5
AUDIO ERASE
HEAD
AUDIO HEAD
CONTROL HEAD
6
AC HEAD ASSEMBLY
CN601
1
2
CL403
FE-H
FE-H GND
W601
1-11-1
FE HEAD
1
2
FULL ERASE HEAD
1-11-2
T7300WI
SYSTEM CONTROL TIMING CHARTS
Chart 1
EJ
POWER
-OFF
LD-FWD
0.2S
STOP (B)
0.2S
SB
LD-REV
+0.1S after selecting a channel
CL SB TL
CASS.LOAD
0.2S
LD-REV
FB
TL SF
STOP
0.2S
0.2S
1.2S
LD-FWD
AU
FB SF AL
0.2S
LD-FWD
0.5S
AU
SF
LD-REV
0.2S
0.4S
STOP(A)
PLAY
AU
0.2S
0.8S
0.3S
PLAY
PLAY
0.5S
AL
LD-FWD
0.1S
REW
GC
SS
LD-FWD
RS
RS
0.3S
RS
0.2S
FF
GC AL
SS AU
LD-REV
FS
AL
LD-FWD
FS
PLAY
PLAY
1.0S
PLAY
STILL
PAUSE
>5.0S
5.0S
LP/SLP MODE
PAUSE ON
STILL
80 mS 6 mS 240 mS 6 mS
SP MODE
NOISE
CANCEL
0.3S
STOP
/EJECT
0.2S
PLAY
1.0S
PLAY
1. EJECT (POWER OFF) -> CASSETTE IN (POWER ON) -> STOP(B) -> STOP(A) -> PLAY -> RS -> FS -> PLAY -> STILL -> PLAY -> STOP(A)
LD-SW
PIN NO.
1
CL/GC
EJ
AL
RS
SF
AU
TL
FB
SS
SB
82
LD-CONT "M"
ON
ON
"Z"
C-DRIVE
66 C-F/R
DRUM
ROTATION
31 P-ON-H
65 A-MUTE-H
21 D-PB-H
44 D-REC-L
DISPLAY
AU SF
LD-REV
0.8S
0.4S
STOP(A)
STOP
T5300TI
1-12-1
PAUSE
OFF
PLAY
STILL
PAUSE
OFF
STILL
PAUSE ON
NOISE
CANCEL
ST-S,/
END-S
"OFF"
EJECT
Chart 2
LD-SW
SF
FB
TL
FF
0.2S
FB
SF
0.2S
LD-FWD
FB SF
AL
0.5S
STOP
AU
LD-FWD
STOP(A)
0.4S
SF
AU
LD-REV
TL
FB
SF
FB
0.2S
REW
FB
AL
0.5S
STOP
AU
SF
LD-FWD
0.4S
AU
LD-REV
SF
STOP(A)
REC
REC
0.2S
REC
1.0S
AU AL
LD-FWD
PAUSE
SS
GC RS
LD-FWD
GC
SS
AL
LD-REV
AU
0.2S
REC PAUSE
2.5S Short REV
REC
1.2S
SS
GC RS
REC PAUSE REC or
PAUSE
REC
STOP
/EJECT
LD-FWD
AL
LD-FWD
1.5S
SS
LD-REV
GC AL
0.2S
AU
AL
0.4S
AU
LD-REV
SF
STOP
LD-REV
0.2S
FB TL
STOP
/EJECT
STOP(A)
2. STOP(A) -> FF -> STOP(A) -> REW -> STOP(A) -> REC -> PAUSE -> PAUSE or REC -> STOP(A) -> EJECT
1
PIN NO.
CL/GC
EJ
AL
RS
SF
AU
TL
FB
SS
SB
82
LD-CONT "M"
ON
ON
"Z"
C-DRIVE
66 C-F/R
DRUM
ROTATION
31 P-ON-H
65 A-MUTE-H
21 D-PB-H
44 D-REC-H
DISPLAY
LD-REV
1.0S
STOP
/EJECT
REW
REW
LD-REV
0.2S
LD-FWD
STOP
/EJECT
FF
LD-REV
1.0S
FF
LD-REV
LD-FWD
SB
0.5S
0.2S
0.5S
0.1S
CASS. UNLD ST-S,/
END-S
"ON"
EJECT
CL EJ
T5300TI
1-12-2
STOP(A)
STOP
0.5S
LD-FWD
IC PIN FUNCTION DESCRIPTIONS
IC 201 (TV/VCR Micro Computer)
“H” ≥ 4.5V, “L” ≤ 1.0V
Pin IN/
No. OUT
Signal
Name
Function
Pin IN/
No. OUT
Signal
Name
EXT-H/
INSEL
Function
External Input or Playback
SIgnal Output/Input
Selector Control Signal
29
OUT
30
IN/
RENTAL
OUT
Rental Position Control
Signal
1
IN
LD-SW
Loading Switch Input
2
IN
P-SAFETY 1
Power Supply Failure
Detection 1
31
OUT P-ON-H
Power On Signal at High
3
IN
P-SAFETY 2
Power Supply Failure
Detection 2
32
OUT SPL-PLAY
Special Playback Control
Signal
4
IN
P-SAFETY 3
Power Supply Failure
Detection 3
33
IN
RECSAFETY
Record Protection Tab
Detection
5
IN
KEY0
Key 0 Input
34
IN
RESET
6
IN
KEY1
Key 1 Input
System Reset Signal
(Reset=”L”)
7
IN
END-SENS End-Sensor
35
IN
XC-IN
Sub Clock 32 kHz
8
-
NU
Not Used
36
9
IN
ST-SENS
Start-Sensor
37
-
10
IN
V-ENV
Video Envelope Input
38
IN
11
-
NU
Not Used
39
40
12
OUT SP-MUTE
Speaker Mute Output
13
IN/
D-V SYNC
OUT
Artificial V-Sync Output
14
15
IN
REMOTE
OUT ROTA
41
OUT XC-OUT
42
-
Remote Signal Input
43
IN
Color Phase Rotary
Changeover SIgnal
44
Counter-measure for Spot
NU
Not Used
CLKSEL
Clock Select (GND)
Delayed Record Signal
GND
GND
47
-
NU
Not Used
48
-
NU
Not Used
IN
17
-
NU
Not Used
46
Video Head Switching
Pulse
Not Used
GND
-
45
NU
GND
Main Clock Output
White Balance Adjust
Mode Judgment
Not Used
-
Main Clock Input
I2C-OPEN
NU
19
X-IN
OUT D-REC-H
-
OUT RF-SW
Vcc
OUT SPOT-KILL
16
18
TIMER+5V
OUT X-OUT
-
Sub Clock 32 kHz
49
-
GND
OSD GND
20
OUT EXT-L
External Input or
Playback = Output
50
-
NU
Not Used
21
OUT D-PB-H
Playback Output
51
-
NU
Not Used
-
NU
Not Used
OUT REC-LED
Recording LED Control
Signal
52
22
53
-
P-ON+5V
OSD Vcc
23
OUT REC-LED
Recording LED Control
Signal
54
-
HLF
HLF
55
IN
V-HOLD
VHOLD
56
IN
CV-IN
Video Signal Input
57
-
GND
GND
58
IN
H-SYNC
H-SYNC Input
59
IN
V-SYNC
V-SYNC Input
24
-
NU
Not Used
25
-
NU
Not Used
26
-
NU
Not Used
27
IN/
REC/EE/PB YCA IC Mode Output
OUT
28
IN/ TAPEOUT SPEED
60
Tape Speed Control Output
1-13-1
61
OUT OSD-BLK
-
NU
Output for Picture Cut off
Not Used
Z11PIN
Pin IN/
No. OUT
Signal
Name
62
OUT OSD-B
Blue Output
63
OUT OSD-G
Green Output
64
OUT OSD-R
Red Output
65
OUT A-MUTE
Audio Mute Output
OUT C-F/R
Capstan Motor FWD/REV
Control Signal
66
Pin IN/
No. OUT
Function
93
CTL AMP
OUT
Control Amp Output
Not Used
98
-
P-ON+5V
Power Supply for AMP
Not Used
99
-
AL+5V
A/D, D/A Standard Voltage
100
IN
X-RAY
X-Ray Protection
NU
Not Used
69
-
NU
70
-
NU
71
OUT SCL
E2PROM/CHROMA IC
Tuner Communication
Clock
72
IN/
SDA
OUT
E2PROM/CHROMA IC
Tuner Communication Data
NU
Not Used
C-SYNC
C-Sync Input
NU
Not Used
76
OUT C-CONT
Capstan Motor Control
Signal
77
OUT D-CONT
Drum Motor Control Signal
78
OUT ACL-CONT
ACL Control Signal
79
-
80
IN
81
-
82
83
84
NU
Not Used
T-REEL
Take Up Reel Rotation
Signal
NU
Not Used
OUT LD-CONT
-
NU
OUT P-DOWN
CTL (+)
OUT
-
-
IN/
CTL (+)
OUT
97
68
75
95
AMPC
Not Used
IN
CTL (-)
AMPC
NU
74
Standard Voltage Input
IN/
CTL (-)
OUT
-
-
-
AMP VREF
IN
Function
94
96
67
73
IN
Signal
Name
Loading Motor Control
Signal
Not Used
Power Voltage Down
Detector Signal
85
-
NU
Not Used
86
-
NU
Not Used
87
IN
C-FG
Capstan Motor Rotation
Detection Pulse
88
-
GND
GND (AMP)
89
IN
D-FG
Drum Motor Rotation
Detection Pulse
90
IN
D-PG
Drum Motor Pulse
Generator
91
-
NU
Not Used
92
OUT
AMP VREF
OUT
Standard Voltage Output
1-13-2
Z11PIN
LEAD IDENTIFICATIONS
2SD2627LS-FEC-YB11
TT2084LS-YB11
2SK2662
PT204-6B-12
MID-32A22
2SD400(F)
E: Emitter
C: Collector
B: Base
S: Souce
D: Drain
G: Gate
B C E
S D G
E
ECB
C
LA78040A
AN5522
2SC1627Y-TPE2
2SA950(Y,O)
KTA1271(Y)
2SC2482 TPE6
2SC3468(E,D)-AE
KTC3207
2SA1175(F)
KTA1267(GR)
KTC3198(GR)
KRA103M
2SA1346
2SC1815-GR(TPE2)
2SC3331(T,U)
2SC2120-(O,Y)(TPE2)
KTC3203(Y)
ECB
IN G OUT
BN1F4M-T
KTC3199(GR)
2SC2785(J,H,F)
KTA1266(GR)
2SA1015-GR(TPE2)
ECB
KIA7805API
KA7805A
AN7805F
M37760M8H8C8GP
LA71091M
LTV-817(B,C)-F
PC817X6
80
A
C
K
E
81
50
100
31
IN G OUT
1
BR24C02F-W
BR24C02F
AT24C02N-10SC
M24C02-MN6
30
M61210FP-R60*
M61210FP-R61
M61210FP-R62*
LA4224
8
51
48
5
33
49
8
5
1
4
1
32
4
17
64
1
1-14-1
16
T7300LE
DECK MECHANISM
SECTION
19" COLOR TV/VCR COMBINATION
SC319C/6319CC/EWC1902
Sec. 2: Deck Mechanism Section
I Standard Maintenance
I Alignment for Mechanism
I Disassembly/Assembly of Mechanism
I Alignment Procedures of Mechanism
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Standard Maintenance. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-1-1
Service Fixtures and Tools . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-2-1
Mechanical Alignment Procedures . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-3-1
Disassembly / Assembly Procedures of Deck Mechanism . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-4-1
Alignment Procedures of Mechanism . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-4-9
STANDARD MAINTENANCE
Service Schedule of Components
H: Hours
Deck
Ref.No.
Part Name
: Check
I: Change
Periodic Service Schedule
1,000 H
2,000 H
3,000 H
4,000 H
B2
Cylinder Assembly
B3
Loading Motor Assembly
B8
Pulley Assembly
I
I
B27
Tension Lever Sub Assembly
I
I
B31
AC Head Assembly
I
B573,B574
Reel S, Reel T
I
B37
Capstan Motor
I
I
B52
Cap Belt
I
I
*B73
FE Head
B133
Idler Assembly
I
I
B410
Pinch Arm (A) Assembly
I
I
B414
M Brake S Assembly
I
I
B416
M Brake T Assembly
I
I
B525
LDG Belt
I
I
I
I
I
I
Notes:
1.Clean all parts for the tape transport (Upper Drum with Video Head / Pinch Roller / Audio Control Head / Full
Erase Head) using 90% lsopropyl Alcohol.
2.After cleaning the parts, do all DECK ADJUSTMENTS.
3.For the reference numbers listed above, refer to Deck Exploded Views.
* B73 ------ Recording Model only
2-1-1
U25MEN
Cleaning
Cleaning of Audio Control Head
Cleaning of Video Head
Clean the head with a cotton swab.
Procedure
1.Remove the top cabinet.
2.Dip the cotton swab in 90% isopropyl alcohol and
clean the audio control head. Be careful not to
damage the upper drum and other tape running
parts.
Clean the head with a head cleaning stick or chamois
cloth.
Procedure
1.Remove the top cabinet.
2.Put on a glove (thin type) to avoid touching the
upper and lower drum with your bare hand.
3.Put a few drops of 90% Isopropyl alcohol on the
head cleaning stick or on the chamois cloth and,
by slightly pressing it against the head tip, turn the
upper drum to the right and to the left.
Notes:
1.Avoid cleaning the audio control head vertically.
2.Wait for the cleaned part to dry thoroughly before
operating the unit or damage may occur.
Notes:
1.The video head surface is made of very hard
material, but since it is very thin, avoid cleaning it
vertically.
2.Wait for the cleaned part to dry thoroughly before
operating the unit.
3.Do not reuse a stained head cleaning stick or a
stained chamois cloth.
A/C Head
Upper
Cylinder
Do Not !
Video Head
Cleaning Stick
2-1-2
U25MEN
SERVICE FIXTURE AND TOOLS
J-1-1, J-1-2
J-2
J-3
J-4
J-5
Ref. No. Name
Part No.
Adjustment
J-1-1
Alignment Tape
FL8A
Head Adjustment of Audio Control Head
J-1-2
Alignment Tape
FL8N
(2Head only)
FL8NW
(4Head only)
Azimuth and X Value Adjustment of Audio Control
Head / Adjustment of Envelope Waveform
J-2
Guide Roller Adj.Screwdriver
Available
Locally
Guide Roller
J-3
Mirror
FSJ-0004
Tape Transportation Check
J-4
Azimuth Adj.Screwdriver +
Available
Locally
A/C Head Height
J-5
X Value Adj.Screwdriver -
Available
Locally
X Value
2-2-1
U25NFIX
MECHANICAL ALIGNMENT PROCEDURES
B. Method to place the Cassette Holder in the tapeloaded position without a cassette tape
Explanation of alignment for the tape to correctly run
starts on the next page. Refer to the information below
on this page if a tape gets stuck, for example, in the
mechanism due to some electrical trouble of the unit.
1. Disconnect the AC Plug.
2. Remove the Top Case and Front Assembly.
Service Information
3. Turn the LDG Belt in the appropriate direction
shown in Fig. M1. Release the locking tabs shown
in Fig. M1 and continue turning the LDG Belt until
the Cassette Holder comes to the tape-loaded
position. Allow a minute or two to complete this
task.
A. Method for Manual Tape Loading/Unloading
To load a cassette tape manually:
1. Disconnect the AC plug.
2. Remove the Top Case and Front Assembly.
3. Insert a cassette tape. Though the tape will not be
automatically loaded, make sure that the cassette
tape is all the way in at the inlet of the Cassette
Holder. To confirm this, lightly push the cassette
tape further in and see if the tape comes back out,
by a spring motion, just as much as you have
pushed in.
Top View
Moving guide T preparation
(Eject Position)
Moving guide S preparation
(Eject Position)
4. Turn the LDG Belt in the appropriate direction
shown in Fig. M1 for a minute or two to complete
this task.
LOAD
UNLOAD
/EJECT
Side View
To unload a cassette tape manually:
1. Disconnect the AC plug.
LDG Belt
2. Remove the Top Case and Front Assembly.
3. Make sure that the Moving guide preparations are
in the Eject Position.
4. Turn the LDG Belt in the appropriate direction
shown in Fig. M1 until the Moving guide preparations come to the Eject Position. Stop turning
when the preparations begin clicking or can not be
moved further. However, the tape will be left
wound around the cylinder.
Push the tape
to load it.
Push the locking tab gently to unlock
when loading without a cassette.
Fig. M1
5. Turn the LDG Belt in the appropriate direction continuously, and the cassette tape will be ejected.
Allow a minute or two to complete this task.
Bottom View
LDG Belt (B)
UNLOAD
/EJECT
Cam Gear
Fig. M2
2-3-1
Z11MA
1.Tape Interchangeability Alignment
Note:
To do these alignment procedures, make sure that the
Tracking Control Circuit is set to the center position
every time a tape is loaded or unloaded. (Refer to
page 2-3-4, procedure 1-C, step 2.)
Equipment required:
Dual Trace Oscilloscope
VHS Alignment Tape (FL8N)
Guide Roller Adj. Screwdriver
X-Value Adj. Screwdriver
Note: Before starting this Mechanical Alignment, do all
Electrical Adjustment procedures.
Flowchart of Alignment for tape traveling
Loading (Use a blank tape.)
Adjust the height of the Guide Rollers
(Supply side and take-up side).
(Use a blank tape.) (pg. 2-3-3)
1-A
Check to see that the tape is not creasing
and that there is no slack on the supply
and take-up side Guide Rollers.
(Use a blank tape.)
1-A
Adjust the X Value for maximum envelope.
(pg. 2-3-3) (Use Alignment Tape.)
1-B
Adjust the envelope. (pg. 2-3-4)
Check the envelope.
OK
Adjust the Audio Section.
(Azimuth Alignment) (pg. 2-3-4)
Check the audio output.
Not good
1-C
Not good
1-C
Do the final tape-traveling test to see that
the tape runs normally in play mode without creasing or slacking.
1-A
OK
1-D
Completion
Not good
1-D
OK
Check the following:
1. X Value (pg. 2-3-3)
2. Envelope (pg. 2-3-4)
Not good
Adjust the X value and envelope. 1-B, 1-C
1-B, 1-C
OK
2-3-2
Z11MA
1-A. Preliminary/Final Checking and
Alignment of Tape Path
3. Check to see that the tape runs without creasing at
Take-up Guide Post [4] or without snaking between
Guide Roller [3] and AC Head. (Fig. M3 and M5)
Purpose:
To make sure that the tape path is well stabilized.
4. If creasing or snaking is apparent, adjust the Tilt
Adj. Screw of the AC Head. (Fig. M6)
Symptom of Misalignment:
If the tape path is unstable, the tape will be damaged.
Note: Do not use an Alignment Tape for this procedure. If the unit is not correctly aligned, the tape may
be damaged.
Azimuth Adj. Screw
AC Head
1. Play back a blank cassette tape and check to see
that the tape runs without creasing at Guide Rollers
[2] and [3], and at points A and B on the lead surface. (Refer to Fig M3 and M4.)
X-Value Adj.
Screwdriver
2. If creasing is apparent, align the height of the guide
rollers by turning the top of Guide Rollers [2] and
[3] with a Guide Roller Adj. Screwdriver. (Refer to
Fig. M3 and M5.)
Tilt Adj. Screw
Fig. M6
1-B. X Value Alignment
Guide Roller [2]
Guide Roller [3]
Purpose:
To align the Horizontal Position of the Audio/Control/
Erase Head.
AC Head
Symptom of Misalignment:
If the Horizontal Position of the Audio/Control/Erase
Head is not properly aligned, maximum envelope cannot be obtained at the Neutral position of the Tracking
Control Circuit.
B
A
Take-up Guide Post [4]
1. Connect the oscilloscope to J189 (PB-C-MONI)
and J116 (CTL) on the Main CBA. Use J190 (RFSW) as a trigger.
Fig. M3
2. Play back the Gray Scale of the Alignment Tape
(FL8N) and confirm that the PB FM signal is
present.
3. Set the Tracking Control Circuit to the center position by pressing CH UP button then “ PLAY ” button
on the unit. (Refer to note on bottom of page
2-3-4.)
Lead Surface of Cylinder
Correct
Guide Roller
Tape
4. Use the X-Value Adj. Screwdriver so that the PB
FM signal at J189 (PB-C-MONI) is maximum. (Fig.
M6)
Fig. M4
Incorrect
5. Press CH UP button on the unit until the CTL waveform has shifted by approx. +2msec. Make sure
that the envelope is simply attenuated (shrinks in
height) during this process so that you will know
the envelope has been at its peak.
Tape
Take-up Guide
Post
Tape
Fig. M5
2-3-3
Z11MA
1-D. Azimuth Alignment of Audio/Control/
Erase Head
6. Press CH DOWN button on the unit until the CTL
waveform has shifted from its original position (not
the position achieved in step 5, but the position of
CTL waveform in step 4) by approximately -2msec.
Make sure that the envelope is simply attenuated
(shrinks in height) once CTL waveform passes its
original position and is further brought in the minus
direction.
Purpose:
To correct the Azimuth alignment so that the Audio/
Control/Erase Head meets tape tracks properly.
Symptom of Misalignment:
If the position of the Audio/Control/Erase Head is not
properly aligned, the Audio S/N Ratio or Frequency
Response will be poor.
7. Set the Tracking Control Circuit to the center position by pressing CH UP button and then “ PLAY ”
button on the unit.
1. Connect the oscilloscope to the audio output jack
on the rear side of the deck.
1-C. Checking/Adjustment of Envelope
Waveform
2. Play back the alignment tape (FL8N) and confirm
that the audio signal output level is 8kHz.
Purpose:
To achieve a satisfactory picture and precise tracking.
3. Adjust Azimuth Adj. Screw so that the output level
on the AC Voltmeter or the waveform on the oscilloscope is at maximum. (Fig. M6)
Symptom of Misalignment:
If the envelope output is poor, noise will appear in the
picture. The tracking will then lose precision and the
playback picture will be distorted by any slight variation of the Tracking Control Circuit.
Dropping envelope level at the beginning of track.
1. Connect the oscilloscope to J189 (PB-C-MONI) on
the Main CBA. Use J190 (RF-SW) as a trigger.
2. Play back the Gray Scale on the Alignment Tape
(FL8N). Set the Tracking Control Circuit to the
center position by pressing CH UP button and then
“ PLAY ” button on the unit. Adjust the height of
Guide Rollers [2] and [3] (Fig. M3, Page 2-3-3)
watching the oscilloscope display so that the envelope becomes as flat as possible. To do this adjustment, turn the top of the Guide Roller with the
Guide Roller Adj. Screwdriver.
Fig. M7
Dropping envelope level at the end of track.
3. If the envelope is as shown in Fig. M7, adjust the
height of Guide Roller [2] (Refer to Fig. M3) so that
the waveform looks like the one shown in Fig. M9.
4. If the envelope is as shown in Fig. M8, adjust the
height of Guide Roller [3] (Refer to Fig. M3) so that
the waveform looks like the one shown in Fig. M9.
Fig. M8
Envelope is adjusted properly. (No envelope drop)
5. When Guide Rollers [2] and [3] (Refer to Fig.M3)
are aligned properly, there is no envelope drop
either at the beginning or end of track as shown in
Fig. M9.
Note: Upon completion of the adjustment of Guide
Rollers [2] and [3] (Refer to Fig. M3), check the X
Value by pushing the CH UP or DOWN buttons alternately, to check the symmetry of the envelope. Check
the number of pushes to ensure center position. The
number of pushes CH UP button to achieve 1/2 level
of envelope should match the number of pushes CH
DOWN button from center. If required, redo the “X
Value Alignment.”
Fig. M9
2-3-4
Z11MA
DISASSEMBLY/ASSEMBLY PROCEDURES
OF DECK MECHANISM
Before following the procedures described below, be sure to remove the deck assembly from the cabinet. (Refer to
CABINET DISASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS on page 1-6-1.)
All the following procedures, including those for adjustment and replacement of parts, should be done in Eject
mode; see the positions of [41] and [42] in Fig.DM1 on page 2-4-3. When reassembling, follow the steps in reverse
order.
STEP START/LOC.
ING
No.
No.
PART
Fig. No.
REMOVAL
REMOVE/*UNHOOK/
UNLOCK/RELEASE/
UNPLUG/DESOLDER
[1]
[1]
Guide Holder A
T
DM3
[2]
[1]
Cassette Holder Assembly T
DM4
[3]
[2]
Slider L
T
DM5
(S-2)
[4]
[2]
Slider R
T
DM5
(S-3)
[5]
[4]
Lock Lever
T
DM5
(S-4),*(P-1)
[2]
C Plate
T
DM5
[7]
[7]
Cylinder Assembly
T
DM1,DM6
Desolder, 3(S-5)
[8]
[8]
Loading Motor Assembly
T
DM1,DM7
Desolder, LDG Belt,
2(S-6)
[9]
[9]
AC Head Assembly
T
DM1,DM7
(S-7)
[10]
[2]
Tape Guide Assembly
T
DM1,DM8
*(P-2)
[11]
[10]
Door Opener B
T
DM1,DM8
*(L-1),*(L-2)
*(P-3)
[12]
[11]
Pinch Arm (B)
T
DM1,DM8
[13]
[12]
Pinch Arm (A) Assembly
T
DM1,DM8
[14]
[14]
FE Head
T
DM1,DM9
(S-8)
[15]
[15]
Prism
T
DM1,DM9
(S-9)
[16]
[2]
Slider Shaft
T
DM10
(S-10),*(L-3)
[17]
[16]
C Drive Lever L
T
DM10
[18]
[16]
C Drive Lever R
T
DM10
[19]
[7],[10]
Capstan Motor
B
DM2,DM11 3(S-11), Cap Belt
[20]
[20]
Clutch Assembly
B
DM2,DM12 (C-1)
[21]
[20]
FF Arm
B
DM2,DM12
[22]
[22]
Cam Holder F
B
DM2,DM13 (C-2)
[23]
[23]
Cam Gear (B)
B
DM2,DM13 (C-3),*(P-4)
[24]
Mode Gear
B
DM2,DM14 (C-4)
B
DM2,DM14 (C-5), *(L-4)
[25]
[20],[23],
Mode Lever
[24]
[26]
[22]
Worm Holder
B
DM2,DM14 (S-12)
[27]
[26]
Pully Assembly
B
DM2,DM14
B
DM2,DM14
[28]
[25],[26] Cam Gear (A)
ADJUSTMENT
CONDITION
2(S-1)
[6]
[24]
INSTALLATION
[29]
[25]
Idler Assembly
B
DM1,DM15 *(L-5)
[30]
[25]
BT Arm
B
DM2,DM15 *(P-5)
[31]
[25]
Loading Arm S (B)
Assembly
B
DM2,DM15
(+)Refer to Alignment
Sec.Pg.2-4-9
[32]
[31]
Loading Arm T (B)
Assembly
B
DM2,DM15
(+)Refer to Alignment
Sec.Pg.2-4-9
2-4-1
U25NDA
STEP STARTING
/LOC.
No.
No.
PART
REMOVAL
REMOVE/*UNHOOK/
UNLOCK/RELEASE/
UNPLUG/DESOLDER
Fig. No.
[33]
[2],[25]
M Brake T Assembly
T
DM1,DM16 *(P-6)
[34]
[2],[25]
M Brake S Assembly
T
DM1,DM16 *(P-7)
[35]
[34]
Tension Lever Sub
Assembly
T
DM1,DM16
[36]
[35]
T Lever Holder
T
DM1,DM16 *(L-6)
[37]
[33]
[38]
[2],[15]
M Gear
T
DM1,DM16 (C-6)
Sensor Gear
T
DM1,DM16 (C-7)
[39]
[33]
Reel T
T
DM1,DM16
[40]
[35]
Reel S
T
DM1,DM16
[41]
[31],[35]
Moving Guide S
Preparation
T
DM1,DM17
[42]
[32]
Moving Guide T
Preparation
T
DM1,DM17
[43]
[19]
TG Post Assembly
T
DM1,DM17 *(L-7)
R
DM18
DM18
[44]
[19],[28] Rack Assembly
[45]
[44]
F Door Opener
R
[46]
↓
(1)
[46]
↓
(2)
Cleaner Lever Assembly
↓
(3)
T DM1,DM6
↓
↓
(5)
(4)
INSTALLATION
ADJUSTMENT
CONDITION
(+)Refer to Alignment
Sec.Pg.2-4-10
*(L-8)
↓
(6)
↓
(7)
(1): Follow steps in sequence. When reassembling, follow the steps in reverse order.
These numbers are also used as ldentification (location) No. of parts in the figures.
(2): Indicates the part to start disassembling with in order to disassemble the part in column (1).
(3): Name of the part
(4): Location of the part: T=Top B=Bottom R=Right L=Left
(5): Figure Number
(6): Identification of parts to be removed, unhooked, unlocked, released, unplugged, unclamped, or desoldered.
P=Spring, W=Washer, C=Cut Washer, S=Screw, *=Unhook, Unlock, Release, Unplug, or Desolder
e.g., 2(L-2) = two Locking Tabs (L-2).
(7): Adjustment Information for Installation
(+):Refer to Deck Exploded Views for lubrication.
.
2-4-2
U25NDA
Top View
[7]
[41]
[42]
[46]
[9]
[8]
[43]
[14]
[13]
[11]
[15]
[35]
[36]
[10]
[12]
[34]
[33]
[40]
[29]
[38]
[37]
[39]
Fig. DM1
Bottom View
[19]
[32]
[31]
[24]
[26]
[27]
[25]
[23]
[28]
[22]
[20]
[21]
[30]
Fig. DM2
2-4-3
U25NDA
[3]
(S-1)
[1]
(S-1)
[4]
[5]
(S-2)
[6]
(P-1)
(S-3)
(S-4)
Fig. DM5
Fig. DM3
[7]
[46]
Pin D
Pin C
A
[2]
2 Pull up
1 Slide
(L-8)
Pin A
Pin B
Slot A
(S-5)
Slots B
A
Slot A
First, while pushing the locking tab as
shown in the right, slide and pull up the right
side on [2] to release Pin A and Pin B from
the slots A.
Then, remove Pin C and Pin D on [2] from
the slots B as shown.
Locking tab
Desolder
from bottom
View for A
Fig. DM4
View for A
2-4-4
Lead with
Blue Stripe
Fig. DM6
U25NDA
(S-7)
[14]
(S-8)
[9]
(S-9)
[8]
[15]
A
Desolder
from bottom
[8]
(S-6)
LDG
Belt
Lead with White Stripe
View for A
Fig. DM7
(L-2)
Fig. DM9
Adj. Screw
[11]
(L-1)
[17]
(L-3)
(P-3)
After removing the Screw (S-10),
while pressing the Locking Tab
(L-3), remove [16].
[16]
[13]
[18]
[12]
[10]
(P-2)
A
(S-10)
Fig. DM10
Pin of [12]
Pin of [10]
Grooves of [28]
[28]
View for A
When reassembling [10] and
[12], confirm that pin of [10]
and pin of [12] are in the
grooves of [28] as shown.
Fig. DM8
2-4-5
U25NDA
Cap Belt
A
[19]
(C-1)
Portions A on [21] must be set
in the slot on [20] as shown.
[20]
Portions A
[21]
Portions A
View for A
Fig. DM12
(S-11)
Fig. DM11
2-4-6
U25NDA
(C-3)
[25]
(C-2)
(C-5)
[22]
[23]
(S-12)
(P-4)
[27]
(L-4)
(C-4)
[26]
[28]
[24]
(P-4)
[28]
When installing [23], install
the spring (P-4) to [28] as
shown in the left figure, and
then install [23] while
pressing the spring (P-4) to
the direction of the arrow in
the left figure and confirming
that the position of the
spring (P-4) is placed as
shown in the left figure.
Pin on
bottom
of [23]
Position of Mode Lever when installed
Pin of [34]
Pin of [30]
Pin of [33]
[23]
Bottom View
[25]
[28]
Top View
Align [25] and [28] as shown.
First groove on [28]
Pin on [22]
First tooth on [44]
[28]
[28]
Top View
Position of pin on [22]
When reassembling [28],
meet the first groove on
[28] to the first tooth on
[44] as shown.
Fig. DM14
Fig. DM13
2-4-7
U25NDA
Refer to the Alignment Section, Page 2-4-9.
[42]
[41]
(P-5)
[43]
[30]
(L-7)
[32]
[29]
[31]
(L-5)
Fig. DM17
Fig. DM15
[35]
(C-7)
[38]
(C-6)
(P-7)
turn
[40]
[37]
(L-6)
[39]
[34]
[36]
turn
[33]
[45]
(P-6)
[44]
Slide
Fig. DM18
turn
Fig. DM16
2-4-8
U25NDA
ALIGNMENT PROCEDURES OF MECHANISM
Alignment 1
The following procedures describe how to align the
individual gears and levers that make up the tape
loading/unloading mechanism. Since information
about the state of the mechanism is provided to the
System Control Circuit only through the Mode Switch,
it is essential that the correct relationship between
individual gears and levers be maintained.
All alignments are to be performed with the mechanism in Eject mode, in the sequence given. Each
procedure assumes that all previous procedures have
been completed.
Loading Arm, S and T Assembly
Install Loading Arm S and T Assembly so that their
triangle marks point to each other as shown in Fig.
AL2.
Alignment 2
Mode Gear
Keeping the two triangles pointing at each other,
install the Loading Arm T Assembly so that the last
tooth of the gear meets the most inside teeth of the
Mode Gear. See Fig. AL2.
IMPORTANT:
If any one of these alignments is not performed
properly, even if off by only one tooth, the unit will
unload or stop and it may result in damage to the
mechanical or electrical parts.
Alignment 1
Triangle Marks
Alignment points in Eject Position
Loading Arm
S Assembly
Last Tooth
Top View
Alignment 2
Loading Arm
T Assembly
Alignment [a]
Most inside teeth
of Mode Gear
Alignment 3
Mode Gear
Fig. AL2
Alignment [a]
Bottom View
Tape Guide Assembly
Alignment 1
Measurement of the screw must be as specified in
Fig. AL3.
Alignment 2
Tape Guide
Assembly
Alignment [a] can be done independently of any
other alignment.
Screw
3.25 – 0.1 mm
0.128 – 0.004 inch
This alignment can be
done independently of
any other alignment.
Fig. AL1
Fig. AL3
2-4-9
U25NAPM
Alignment 3
Cam Gear (A), Rack Assembly
Install the Rack Assembly so that the first tooth on
the gear of the Rack Assembly meets the first
groove on the Cam Gear (A) as shown in Fig. AL4.
Top View
Cam Gear (A)
Alignment 3
First tooth
First groove
on the Cam Gear (A)
Gear on Rack Assembly
Fig. AL4
2-4-10
U25NAPM
EXPLODED VIEWS AND
PARTS LIST SECTION
19" COLOR TV/VCR COMBINATION
SC319C/6319CC/EWC1902
Sec. 3: Exploded views
and Parts List Section
I Exploded views
I Parts List
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Cabinet Exploded Views . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-1-1
Packing Exploded Views . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-1-3
Deck Exploded Views . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-1-4
Mechanical Parts List. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-2-1
Electrical Parts List . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-3-1
Deck Parts List. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-4-1
EXPLODED VIEWS
Cabinet
SHINWHA
TAPE SGT-730
(BLACK)
V501-1
V501-2
SHINWHA
TAPE SGT-730
(WHITE)
Details for L551
and surrounding parts
L551
SCOTCH TAPE #880
V501-3
CLN551
L1
B2
CRT CBA
A3
B4
L1
B3
L551
TL3
TL3
A4
TB2
B2
DG601
B2
TL1
TL1
B4
V501
TL1
B5
B1
SCOTCH
TAPE #880
TL1
1B1
L4
B2
TB9
TL2
SP801
W601
TL17
L4
TL2
CL802
A1-5
TB26
TL16
TL17
B11
A1-1
TB3
TB22
L1
L1
TL2
B5
A2
TL17
TB10
TB21
TB7
A1-6
TL14
TL14
MAIN CBA
A1-4
TB1
TL15
A1X
TB23
A1-3
See Electrical Parts List
for parts with this mark.
A1-2
3-1-1
TL13
3-1-2
T7300CEX
Packing
X-3
X-4
X-2
X-7
X-1
TAPE
S-2
S-14
TAPE
S-3
S-6
S-3
S-4
FR
ON
T
S-1
3-1-3
T7300PEX
DECK EXPLODED VIEWS
Deck Mechanism View 1
Mark
B2
Description
Part No.
(Blue grease) 0VZZ00109
Floil G-374G
0VZZ00226
SLIDUS OIL #150
B35
L1467 B494
B9
B10
L1191
B73
B553
B411
B567
L1053
B410
B74
L1051
Chassis Assembly
Top View (Lubricating Point)
B501
L1450
B560
B426
B121
B126
L1468
B12
B11
B571
B492
L1466
B8
B37
Some Ref. Numbers are not in sequence.
Chassis Assembly
Bottom View (Lubricating Point)
3-1-4
T5304DEX
Deck Mechanism View 2
Mark
Description
Part No.
(Blue grease) 0VZZ00109
Floil G-374G
B27
B574
B508
B148
B487
B573
B518
B414
B521
B564
B499
B3
L1406
B520
B522
B31
B558
B585
B557
B416
B572
B565
L1151
B525
B417
B568
B133
B551
B569
B505
B488
B491
B559
B570
A
View for A
(Grease point)
B516
Bottom Side
(Grease point)
B502
B507
B513
B52
Bottom Side (Grease point)
Some Ref. Numbers are not in sequence.
3-1-5
T5304DEX
Deck Mechanism View 3
Mark
Description
Part No.
(Blue grease) 0VZZ00109
Floil G-374G
L1321
B347
L1321
B354
B355
Note: There are two different, but interchangeable
types of CLEANER LEVER(B359) in this model,
and have different combination with B361. Please
see Table 1 for details and combination. (Refer to
DECK PARTS LIST section on page 3-4-1.)
Table 1 (B359 and B361 Combination)
B359 CLEANER LEVER
B361
Type
ID No.
ID No.
A
0VM304413
0VM411114
Not used
B
0VM305090
B483
B529
Type B
B425
L1461
B360
B359
L1341
B482
B562
L1341
B300
B563
B529
Type A
B360
B359
B361
B555
B303
Some Ref. Numbers are not in sequence.
B514
3-1-6
T5304DEX
MECHANICAL PARTS LIST
PRODUCT SAFETY NOTE: Products marked with a
# have special characteristics important to safety.
Before replacing any of these components, read carefully the product safety notice in this service manual.
Don't degrade the safety of the product through
improper servicing.
NOTES:
1. Parts that are not assigned part numbers (---------)
are not available.
2.
Comparison Chart of Models and Marks
Ref. No. Mark
Model
Mark
SC319C
A
6319CC
B
EWC1902
C
Description
Ref. No. Mark
DSD0808XQ010
SPEAKER J-F097-C5
DSD0808DCP01
TB1
TRAY CHASSIS T5300UA
0EM000588
TB2
TOP SHIELD T5300UA
0EM301573
TB10
RCA HOLDER T5300UA
0EM406869
TB22#
19V CHASSIS NO. LABEL TJ T7300UA
0EM406881
TB23
TRAY COVER TD250UA
0EM406459
TL1
SCREW, P-TIGHT 3X12 WASHER HEAD+ GCMP3120
TL3
SCREW, S-TIGHT 3X4 BIND HEAD+
GBMS3040
TL13
SCREW, B-TIGHT M3X8 BIND HEAD+
GBMB3080
TL14
SCREW, B-TIGHT M3X8 BIND HEAD+
GBMB3080
TL15
SCREW TAPPING M4X14
DBU14140
TL16
SCREW, P-TIGHT 3X10 BIND HEAD+
GBMP3100
TL17
SCREW, P-TIGHT M3X10 WASHER
HEAD+
GCMP3100
PACKING
Part No.
S1
A
CARTON T7300UA
0EM301574
S1
B
CARTON T7302UC
0EM407007
S1
C
CARTON T7303UD
0EM406960
A1X
A
FRONT CABINET ASSEMBLY T7300UA
0EM101149
A1X
B
FRONT CABINET ASSEMBLY T7302UC
0EM101166
S3
A1X
C
FRONT CABINET ASSEMBLY T7303UD
0EM101161
A1-1
A
FRONT CABINET T7300UA
0EM000616
A1-1
B
FRONT CABINET T7302UC
0EM000618
A1-1
C
FRONT CABINET T7303UD
0EM000609
A1-2
A
CONTROL PLATE T7300UA
0EM201557
A1-2
B
CONTROL PLATE T7302UC
0EM201567
A1-2
C
CONTROL PLATE T7303UD
0EM201568
A1-3
A
BRAND PLATE T5300UA:SYMPHONIC
0EM406823
A1-3
B
BRAND PLATE T5302UC:SYLVANIA
0EM406914
A1-3
C
BRAND PLATE T5303UDEMERSON
0EM406919
A1-4
A
CASSETTE DOOR T5300UA
0EM301569
A1-4
B,C
CASSETTE DOOR T5303UD
0EM406915
A1-6
A2
A3#
A3#
A
B
Part No.
SPEAKER S08F02B or
S2
A1-5
Description
SP801
STYROFOAM TOP ASSEMBLY T7300UA 0EM406850
STYROFOAM BOTTOM ASSEMBLY
T7300UA
0EM406851
0EM406853
S4
A
SERIAL NO. LABEL T7300UA
S4
B
SERIAL NO. LABEL T7302UC
0EM407009
S4
C
SERIAL NO. LABEL T7303UD
0EM406974
S6
SET SHEET B7500UA:1000X1700
0EM402178
S14
TVCR HOLD PAD T7300UA
0EM406849
ACCESSORIES
X1
POLYETHYLENE BAG B5310UL
Z223380
X2#
A
OWNER'S MANUAL T5300UA
0EMN01882
X2#
B
OWNER'S MANUAL T5302UC
0EMN01893
X2#
C
OWNER'S MANUAL T5303UD
0EMN01894
X3
A
REMOCON UNIT 512/ERC001/N0150UD
or
N0150UD
N0107UD
DOOR SPRING B5000UA or
0VM403773
A
REMOCON UNIT 512/ERC001/N0107UD
DOOR SPRING(Z10) T5200UA
0EM406687
X3
B
REMOCON UNIT 512/ERC001/N0151UD
N0151UD
CLOTH(4X7XT0.7) T5000UA
0EM404974
X3
C
N0162UD
REAR CABINET T7303UD
0EM000614
REMOCON UNIT 512/ERC001/N0162UD
or
RATING LABEL T7300UA
----------
C
REMOCON UNIT 512/ERC001/N0159UD
N0159UD
RATING LABEL T7302UC
----------
X4
DRY BATTERY R6P UM3 or
XB0M451GH001
XB0M451HU002
A3#
C
RATING LABEL T7303UD
----------
DRY BATTERY R6P(AR)2PX or
A4
A
POP LABEL T5000UA
0EM404722
DRY BATTERY R6P(AR)2P X ICI or
XB0M451HU003
A4
B
POP LABEL T5302UC
0EM406962
DRY BATTERY(SUNRISE) R6SSE/2S or
XB0M451MS002
0EM406966
DRY BATTERY R6P/2S
XB0M451T0001
RETURN STOP SHEET L6100UA
0EM407076
A4
C
POP LABEL T5303UD
1B1
DECK ASSEMBLY CZD011/VM1426
N1426FT
X7
B1
TENSION SPRING B0080B0:EM40808
26WH006
X7
B
RETURN STOP SHEET L6101UB
0EM407077
B2
CRT MOUNTING SCREW
B0030U1:K42419
8A00083
X7
C
RETURN STOP SHEET T4259UK
0EM406203A
B3
SHIELD PLATE (Z11 13V) T5300UA
0EM406843
B4#
DEGAUSS HOLDER L9800UA
0EM404845
Note:
A number of different CRTs (V501) may be used in these models, Each CRT is used in
combination with a specific deflection yoke (L551). Refer to Table 1 and the following
parts list for details.
B5
CLOTH 190X15XT0.5
TS7623
B11
CLOTH(10X30XT0.5) B5900UA
0EM404486
L551#
DEFLECTION YOKE LLBY00ZSY006
LLBY00ZSY006
CL802
WIRE ASSEMBLY 2P/150
WX1B5900-001
V501#
CRT A48JLL90X
TCRT190QS009
CLN551
#
CRT WIRE WX1T7000-005
WX1T7000-005
V501-1
C.P.MAGNET JH225-014
XM04000BV009
V501-2
WEDGE FT-00110W
XV10000T4001
V501-3
RUBBER MAGNET 20X10X1.2
XM05000BV001
DG601#
DEGAUSSING COIL F-020 or
LLBH00ZTM020
#
DEGAUSSING COIL AVDG015
LLBH00ZWR015
L1
SCREW, P-TIGHT 4X18 BIND HEAD +
GBMP4180
L4
SCREW, ASSEMBLED 12:M3X14
0EM404416
20020205
A
CRT TYPE A
CRT TYPE B
L551#
3-2-1
DEFLECTION YOKE CDY-M2019F
LLBY00ZQS004
T7300CA
Ref. No. Mark
V501#
Description
Part No.
V501: CRT Type No. V501: CRT Part No.
L551: Deflection
Yoke Part No.
CRT A48JLL90X
TCRT190QS009
V501-1
C.P.MAGNET JH225-014
XM04000BV009
CRT A48LRH93X(W)
TCRT190P7002
LLBY00ZSY007
V501-2
WEDGE FT-00110W
XV10000T4001
CRT A48LRH93X(W)
TCRT190P7002
LLBY00ZQS005
V501-3
RUBBER MAGNET 20X10X1.2
XM05000BV001
LLBY00ZTHA01
CRT TYPE C
CRT A48LGS30X
TCRT190THA01
CRT A48LVL095X
TCRT190MS011
LLBY00ZSY008
LLBY00ZMS019
L551#
DEFLECTION YOKE LLBY00ZSY007
LLBY00ZSY007
CRT A48LVL095X
TCRT190MS011
V501#
CRT A48LRH93X(W)
TCRT190P7002
CRT A48AKH13X01 K
TCRT190CP043
V501-1
C.P.MAGNET JH225-014
XM04000BV009
0EDM06903
V501-2
WEDGE FT-00110W
XV10000T4001
CRT:MINI BARE
CHUNGHWA T7300UA
V501-3
RUBBER MAGNET 20X10X1.2
XM05000BV001
CRT A48AKH13X
TCRT190CP044
L551#
DEFLECTION YOKE CDY-M2023F
LLBY00ZQS005
V501#
CRT A48LRH93X(W)
TCRT190P7002
V501-1
C.P.MAGNET JH225-014
XM04000BV009
V501-2
WEDGE FT-00110W
XV10000T4001
V501-3
RUBBER MAGNET 20X10X1.2
XM05000BV001
CRT TYPE D
CRT Warning Label Location
CRT Type No.
CRT TYPE E
L551#
DEFLECTION YOKE 330P510A37
LLBY00ZTHA01
V501#
CRT A48LGS30X
TCRT190THA01
V501-1
C.P.MAGNET JH225-014
XM04000BV009
V501-2
WEDGE FT-00110W
XV10000T4001
V501-3
RUBBER MAGNET 20X10X1.2
XM05000BV001
LLBY00ZMS024
CRT Warning Label
CRT TYPE F
L551#
DEFLECTION YOKE LLBY00ZSY008
LLBY00ZSY008
V501#
CRT A48LVL095X
TCRT190MS011
V501-1
C.P.MAGNET JH225-014
XM04000BV009
V501-2
WEDGE FT-00110W
XV10000T4001
V501-3
RUBBER MAGNET 20X10X1.2
XM05000BV001
CRT TYPE G
L551#
DEFLECTION YOKE KDY3MDD18X
LLBY00ZMS019
V501#
CRT A48LVL095X
TCRT190MS011
V501-1
C.P.MAGNET JH225-014
XM04000BV009
V501-2
WEDGE FT-00110W
XV10000T4001
V501-3
RUBBER MAGNET 20X10X1.2
XM05000BV001
CRT
CRT TYPE H
L551#
DEFLECTION YOKE KDY3MDD74X
LLBY00ZMS024
V501#
CRT A48AKH13X01 K or
TCRT190CP043
#
CRT:MINI BARE CHUNGHWA T7300UA or 0EDM06903
#
CRT A48AKH13X
TCRT190CP044
V501-1
C.P.MAGNET JH225-014
XM04000BV009
V501-2
WEDGE FT-00110W
XV10000T4001
V501-3
RUBBER MAGNET 20X10X1.2
XM05000BV001
Table 1 (V501 and L551 Combination)
Note 1: Purity and Convergence Adjustments must be
performed following CRT replacement. Refer to Electrical Adjustment Instructions.
Note2: Please confirm CRT Type No. on the CRT
Warning Label which is located on the CRT. Then See
the Table 1 for V501 and L551 combination chart.
Please refer this CRT, Deflection Yoke combination
chart for parts order.
V501: CRT Type No. V501: CRT Part No.
L551: Deflection
Yoke Part No.
CRT A48JLL90X
TCRT190QS009
LLBY00ZSY006
CRT A48JLL90X
TCRT190QS009
LLBY00ZQS004
20020205
3-2-2
T7300CA
ELECTRICAL PARTS LIST
PRODUCT SAFETY NOTE: Products marked with a
# have special characteristics important to safety.
Before replacing any of these components, read carefully the product safety notice in this service manual.
Don't degrade the safety of the product through
improper servicing.
NOTES:
1. Parts that are not assigned part numbers (---------)
are not available.
2. Tolerance of Capacitors and Resistors are noted
with the following symbols.
C.....±0.25%
D.....±0.5%
Ref. No.
C235
J......±5%
K.....±10%
M.....±20%
N.....±30%
Z.....+80/-20%
CERAMIC CAP.(AX) F Z 0.047µF/16V
CCA1CZTFZ473
C238
CHIP CERAMIC CAP.(MELF) Y K 1000pF/35V
CZM1GKB0Y102
C239
ELECTROLYTIC CAP. 22µF/50V M or
CE1JMASDL220
ELECTROLYTIC CAP. 22µF/50V M
CE1JMASTL220
C240
CHIP CERAMIC CAP.(MELF) W K 560pF/50V
CZM1JKB0B561
C241
CHIP CERAMIC CAP.(MELF) Y K 4700pF/16V
CZM1CKB0Y472
C242
CHIP CERAMIC CAP.(MELF) Y K 1000pF/35V
CZM1GKB0Y102
C243
Ref. No.
MMA CBA (MAIN+CRT+SENSOR)
CHIP CERAMIC CAP.(MELF) F Z 0.01µF/16V
CZM1CZB0F103
ELECTROLYTIC CAP. 47µF/25V M or
CE1EMASDL470
ELECTROLYTIC CAP. 47µF/25V M
CE1EMASTL470
C246
CHIP CERAMIC CAP.(MELF) F Z 0.01µF/16V
CZM1CZB0F103
C247
ELECTROLYTIC CAP. 22µF/50V M or
CE1JMASDL220
ELECTROLYTIC CAP. 22µF/50V M
CE1JMASTL220
CHIP CERAMIC CAP. F Z 0.1µF/50V or
CHD1JZB0F104
CHIP CERAMIC CAP. F Z 0.1µF/25V
CHD1EZB0F104
Part No.
0ESA04510
Consists of the followings
MAIN CBA (MMA-A)
CRT CBA (MMA-B)
SENSOR CBA
----------------------0ESA04524
MAIN CBA
Ref. No.
Description
MAIN CBA (MMA-A)
Consists of the followings
ELECTROLYTIC CAP. 470µF/16V M or
CE1CMASDL471
ELECTROLYTIC CAP. 470µF/16V M
CE1CMASTL471
C253
CERAMIC CAP.(AX) B K 100pF/50V
CCA1JKT0B101
C255
ELECTROLYTIC CAP. 100µF/10V M or
CE1AMASDL101
ELECTROLYTIC CAP. 100µF/10V M
CE1AMASTL101
C256
ELECTROLYTIC CAP. 470µF/16V M or
CE1CMASDL471
ELECTROLYTIC CAP. 470µF/16V M
CE1CMASTL471
C257
CHIP CERAMIC CAP.(MELF) Y K 1000pF/35V
CZM1GKB0Y102
C301
ELECTROLYTIC CAP. 1µF/50V M LL or
CE1JMASLL010
ELECTROLYTIC CAP. 1µF/50V LL
CE1JMASLH1R0
C302
CHIP CERAMIC CAP. B K 0.01µF/50V
CHD1JKB0B103
C304
ELECTROLYTIC CAP. 220µF/16V M or
CE1CMASDL221
ELECTROLYTIC CAP. 220µF/16V M
CE1CMASTL221
Part No.
------------
CE1CMASLL220
CE1CMASLH220
C244
C252
Description
ELECTROLYTIC CAP. 22µF/16V M LL or
ELECTROLYTIC CAP. 22µF/16V M LL
C245
C251
MMA CBA
Part No.
CCA1CMT0Y103
C236
F.....±1%
G.....±2%
Description
CERAMIC CAP.(AX) Y M 0.01µF/16V
CAPACITORS
C002
CHIP CERAMIC CAP. CH J 100pF/50V
CHD1JJBCH101
C305
CHIP CERAMIC CAP. B K 0.01µF/50V
CHD1JKB0B103
C003
CHIP CERAMIC CAP. CH J 100pF/50V
CHD1JJBCH101
C306
ELECTROLYTIC CAP. 1µF/50V M or
CE1JMASDL1R0
C004
CHIP CERAMIC CAP.(MELF) F Z 0.01µF/16V
CZM1CZB0F103
ELECTROLYTIC CAP. 1µF/50V M or
CE1JMASDL010
C005
ELECTROLYTIC CAP. 47µF/6.3V M H7
CE0KMAVSL470
ELECTROLYTIC CAP. 1µF/50V M
CE1JMASTL1R0
C006
ELECTROLYTIC CAP. 1µF/50V M H7
CE1JMAVSL1R0
C007
CHIP CERAMIC CAP. B K 0.01µF/50V
CHD1JKB0B103
C307
ELECTROLYTIC CAP. 100µF/10V M or
CE1AMASDL101
ELECTROLYTIC CAP. 100µF/10V M
CE1AMASTL101
C205
CERAMIC CAP.(AX) Y M 0.01µF/16V
CCA1CMT0Y103
C308
CHIP CERAMIC CAP. CH J 100pF/50V
CHD1JJBCH101
C207
ELECTROLYTIC CAP. 47µF/6.3V M H7
CE0KMAVSL470
C309
CHIP CERAMIC CAP. CH J 100pF/50V
CHD1JJBCH101
C208
ELECTROLYTIC CAP. 47µF/6.3V M H7
CE0KMAVSL470
C310
CHIP CERAMIC CAP. CH J 100pF/50V
CHD1JJBCH101
C209
CHIP CERAMIC CAP. B K 0.022µF/50V or
CHD1JKB0B223
C311
CHIP CERAMIC CAP. B K 0.01µF/50V
CHD1JKB0B103
CHIP CERAMIC CAP. B K 0.022µF/25V
CHD1EKB0B223
C314
ELECTROLYTIC CAP. 1µF/50V M or
CE1JMASDL1R0
C210
ELECTROLYTIC CAP. 1µF/50V M H7
CE1JMAVSL1R0
ELECTROLYTIC CAP. 1µF/50V M or
CE1JMASDL010
C212
CHIP CERAMIC CAP.(MELF) SL J 22pF/50V
CZM1JJBSL220
ELECTROLYTIC CAP. 1µF/50V M
CE1JMASTL1R0
C317
CHIP CERAMIC CAP. B K 0.022µF/50V or
CHD1JKB0B223
CHIP CERAMIC CAP. B K 0.022µF/25V
CHD1EKB0B223
ELECTROLYTIC CAP. 1µF/50V M or
CE1JMASDL1R0
C213
CHIP CERAMIC CAP.(MELF) SL J 22pF/50V
CZM1JJBSL220
C214
ELECTROLYTIC CAP. 100µF/6.3V H7
CE0KMAVSL101
C216
CHIP CERAMIC CAP.(MELF) F Z 0.01µF/16V
CZM1CZB0F103
C217
CHIP CERAMIC CAP.(MELF) SL D 10pF/50V
CZM1JDBSL100
ELECTROLYTIC CAP. 1µF/50V M or
CE1JMASDL010
C218
CHIP CERAMIC CAP.(MELF) SL J 15pF/50V
CZM1JJBSL150
ELECTROLYTIC CAP. 1µF/50V M
CE1JMASTL1R0
C220
ELECTROLYTIC CAP. 47µF/6.3V M H7
CE0KMAVSL470
ELECTROLYTIC CAP. 1µF/50V M or
CE1JMASDL1R0
C221
CHIP CERAMIC CAP.(MELF) F Z 0.01µF/16V
CZM1CZB0F103
ELECTROLYTIC CAP. 1µF/50V M or
CE1JMASDL010
C222
CHIP CERAMIC CAP.(MELF) Y K 2200pF/35V
CZM1GKB0Y222
ELECTROLYTIC CAP. 1µF/50V M
CE1JMASTL1R0
C223
ELECTROLYTIC CAP. 1µF/50V M H7
CE1JMAVSL1R0
C224
CHIP CERAMIC CAP.(MELF) Y K 1000pF/35V
CZM1GKB0Y102
C318
C319
C320
C322
ELECTROLYTIC CAP. 100µF/10V M or
CE1AMASDL101
ELECTROLYTIC CAP. 100µF/10V M
CE1AMASTL101
ELECTROLYTIC CAP. 1µF/50V M or
CE1JMASDL1R0
C225
CHIP CERAMIC CAP.(MELF) W K 560pF/50V
CZM1JKB0B561
C231
CHIP CERAMIC CAP. CH J 100pF/50V
CHD1JJBCH101
ELECTROLYTIC CAP. 1µF/50V M or
CE1JMASDL010
C232
CHIP CERAMIC CAP. CH J 100pF/50V
CHD1JJBCH101
ELECTROLYTIC CAP. 1µF/50V M
CE1JMASTL1R0
20020205
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Description
Part No.
C323
ELECTROLYTIC CAP. 470µF/10V M or
CE1AMASDL471
ELECTROLYTIC CAP. 470µF/10V M
CE1AMASTL471
C325
ELECTROLYTIC CAP. 2.2µF/50V M LL or
CE1JMASLL2R2
ELECTROLYTIC CAP. 2.2µF/50V LL
CE1JMASLH2R2
FILM CAP.(P) 0.1µF/50V J or
CMA1JJS00104
CERAMIC CAP. B K 1000pF/2KV or
CA3D102MR030
FILM CAP.(P) 0.1µF/50V J
CA1J104MS029
CERAMIC CAP. B K 1000pF/2KV
CCD3DKD0B102
C326
C328
CERAMIC CAP.(AX) X M 3300pF/16V
CCA1CMT0X332
C329
ELECTROLYTIC CAP. 4.7µF/50V M or
CE1JMASDL4R7
ELECTROLYTIC CAP. 4.7µF/50V M
CE1JMASTL4R7
C330
ELECTROLYTIC CAP. 0.47µF/50V M or
CE1JMASDLR47
ELECTROLYTIC CAP. 0.47µF/50V M
CE1JMASTLR47
C331
CHIP CERAMIC CAP. CH J 680pF/50V
CHD1JJBCH681
C332
CHIP CERAMIC CAP. F Z 0.1µF/25V
CHD1EZB0F104
C450
CHIP CERAMIC CAP. CH J 220pF/50V
CHD1JJBCH221
C492
ELECTROLYTIC CAP. 1µF/50V M H7
CE1JMAVSL1R0
C510
CERAMIC CAP. B K 1000pF/2KV or
CCD3DKP0B102
C552
C553
C555
CMA1JJS00473
FILM CAP.(P) 0.047µF/50V J
CA1J473MS029
ELECTROLYTIC CAP. 2.2µF/50V M LL or
CE1JMASLL2R2
ELECTROLYTIC CAP. 2.2µF/50V LL
CE1JMASLH2R2
ELECTROLYTIC CAP. 47µF/35V M or
CE1GMASDL470
ELECTROLYTIC CAP. 47µF/35V M
CE1GMASTL470
CHIP CERAMIC CAP. B K 0.047µF/50V or
CHD1JKB0B473
CHIP CERAMIC CAP. B K 0.047µF/25V
CHD1EKB0B473
FILM CAP.(P) 0.047µF/50V J or
CMA1JJS00473
C558
CHIP CERAMIC CAP. B K 0.01µF/50V
CHD1JKB0B103
FILM CAP.(P) 0.047µF/50V J
CA1J473MS029
C559
ELECTROLYTIC CAP. 470µF/35V M or
CE1GMZPDL471
C335
ELECTROLYTIC CAP. 1µF/50V M H7
CE1JMAVSL1R0
ELECTROLYTIC CAP. 470µF/35V M
CE1GMZPTL471
C337
ELECTROLYTIC CAP. 100µF/16V M or
CE1CMASDL101
C560
FILM CAP.(P) 0.01µF/50V J or
CMA1JJS00103
ELECTROLYTIC CAP. 100µF/16V M
CE1CMASTL101
FILM CAP.(P) 0.01µF/50V J
CA1J103MS029
C333
C343
C556
FILM CAP.(P) 0.047µF/50V J or
ELECTROLYTIC CAP. 1000µF/25V M or
CE1EMZPDL102
ELECTROLYTIC CAP. 1000µF/25V M
CE1EMZPTL102
ELECTROLYTIC CAP. 1µF/50V M or
CE1JMASDL1R0
C571#
P.P.CAP 0.47µF/200 J or
CA2D474VC012
ELECTROLYTIC CAP. 1µF/50V M or
CE1JMASDL010
#
PP CAP. 0.47µF/250V J
CT2E474MS041
ELECTROLYTIC CAP. 1µF/50V M
CE1JMASTL1R0
C574#
ELECTROLYTIC CAP. 4.7µF/250V M or
CE2EMASDL4R7
CHIP CERAMIC CAP. CH J 47pF/50V
CHD1JJBCH470
#
ELECTROLYTIC CAP. 4.7µF/250V M
CE2EMASTL4R7
C346
CHIP CERAMIC CAP. CH J 47pF/50V
CHD1JJBCH470
C577
FILM CAP.(P) 0.01µF/50V J or
CMA1JJS00103
C410
ELECTROLYTIC CAP. 1µF/50V M H7
CE1JMAVSL1R0
FILM CAP.(P) 0.01µF/50V J
CA1J103MS029
C411
ELECTROLYTIC CAP. 100µF/6.3V H7
CE0KMAVSL101
C412
CHIP CERAMIC CAP.(MELF) F Z 0.01µF/16V
CZM1CZB0F103
C345
C578
ELECTROLYTIC CAP. 47µF/25V M or
CE1EMASDL470
ELECTROLYTIC CAP. 47µF/25V M
CE1EMASTL470
C413
CHIP CERAMIC CAP.(MELF) W K 390pF/50V
CZM1JKB0B391
C580#
P.P. CAP 0.01µF/1.6K J or
CA3C103VC010
C414
ELECTROLYTIC CAP. 1µF/50V M H7
CE1JMAVSL1R0
#
PP CAP. 0.01µF/1.6KV J or
CT3C103MS039
C416
CHIP CERAMIC CAP.(MELF) B K 180pF/50V
CZM1JKB0B181
#
PP CAP. 0.01µF/1.6KV J
CBH3CJQ00103
C417
CHIP CERAMIC CAP.(MELF) SL J 22pF/50V
CZM1JJBSL220
C581#
CERAMIC CAP. BN 1000pF/2KV or
CCD3DKA0B102
C418
PCB JUMPER D0.6-P5.0
JW5.0T
#
CERAMIC CAP. LB 1000pF/2KV or
CA3D102KG004
C420
ELECTROLYTIC CAP. 22µF/16V M H7
CE1CMAVSL220
#
CERAMIC CAP. 1000pF/2KV
CA3D102PAN04
C421
ELECTROLYTIC CAP. 4.7µF/50V M H7
CE1JMAVSL4R7
C584#
ELECTROLYTIC CAP. 1µF/160V M or
CE2CMASDL1R0
C423
ELECTROLYTIC CAP. 4.7µF/50V M H7
CE1JMAVSL4R7
#
ELECTROLYTIC CAP. 1µF/160V M
CE2CMASTL010
C424
ELECTROLYTIC CAP. 1µF/50V M H7
CE1JMAVSL1R0
C591#
ELECTROLYTIC CAP. 1µF/50V M or
CE1JMASDL1R0
C425
ELECTROLYTIC CAP. 1µF/50V M H7
CE1JMAVSL1R0
#
ELECTROLYTIC CAP. 1µF/50V M or
CE1JMASDL010
C426
ELECTROLYTIC CAP. 22µF/16V M H7
CE1CMAVSL220
#
ELECTROLYTIC CAP. 1µF/50V M
CE1JMASTL1R0
C427
CERAMIC CAP.(AX) Y M 0.01µF/16V
CCA1CMT0Y103
C592#
ELECTROLYTIC CAP. 47µF/35V M or
CE1GMASDL470
C428
CHIP CERAMIC CAP.(MELF) F Z 0.01µF/16V
CZM1CZB0F103
#
ELECTROLYTIC CAP. 47µF/35V M
CE1GMASTL470
C429
ELECTROLYTIC CAP. 47µF/6.3V M H7
CE0KMAVSL470
C594
C430
CHIP CERAMIC CAP. B K 0.022µF/50V or
CHD1JKB0B223
CHIP CERAMIC CAP. B K 0.022µF/25V
CHD1EKB0B223
C431
ELECTROLYTIC CAP. 1µF/50V M H7
CE1JMAVSL1R0
C434
ELECTROLYTIC CAP. 1µF/50V M H7
C435
ELECTROLYTIC CAP. 2.2µF/50V M H7
C436
C438
ELECTROLYTIC CAP. 100µF/160V M or
CE2CMZPDL101
ELECTROLYTIC CAP. 100µF/160V M
CE2CMZZTL101
C602#
SAFETY CAP. 4700pF/250V KX
CA2E472MR050
C604#
SAFETY CAP. 1000pF/250V KX
CA2E102MR050
CE1JMAVSL1R0
C605#
METALLIZED FILM CAP. 0.1µF/250V or
CT2E104MS037
CE1JMAVSL2R2
#
FILM CAP.(MP) 0.1µF/250V K
CT2E104DC011
CHIP CERAMIC CAP.(MELF) Y K 4700pF/16V
CZM1CKB0Y472
C606
CERAMIC CAP. F Z 0.01µF/500V or
CCD2JZD0F103
ELECTROLYTIC CAP. 1µF/50V M H7
CE1JMAVSL1R0
C439
CHIP CERAMIC CAP.(MELF) F Z 0.01µF/16V
CZM1CZB0F103
C440
ELECTROLYTIC CAP. 1µF/50V M H7
CE1JMAVSL1R0
C441
ELECTROLYTIC CAP. 1µF/50V M H7
CE1JMAVSL1R0
C442
C443
CHIP CERAMIC CAP. B K 0.047µF/50V or
CHD1JKB0B473
CHIP CERAMIC CAP. B K 0.047µF/25V
CHD1EKB0B473
C607
C608
C609
CERAMIC CAP. 0.01µF/AC250V
CCD2EZA0F103
CERAMIC CAP. F Z 0.01µF/500V or
CCD2JZD0F103
CERAMIC CAP. 0.01µF/AC250V
CCD2EZA0F103
CERAMIC CAP. F Z 0.01µF/500V or
CCD2JZD0F103
CERAMIC CAP. 0.01µF/AC250V
CCD2EZA0F103
CERAMIC CAP. F Z 0.01µF/500V or
CCD2JZD0F103
CHIP CERAMIC CAP. B K 0.047µF/50V or
CHD1JKB0B473
CERAMIC CAP. 0.01µF/AC250V
CCD2EZA0F103
CHIP CERAMIC CAP. B K 0.047µF/25V
CHD1EKB0B473
C610#
ELECTROLYTIC CAP. 220µF/200V SL X or
CA2D221S6003
C444
ELECTROLYTIC CAP. 22µF/16V M H7
CE1CMAVSL220
#
ELECTROLYTIC CAP. 220µF/200V
CA2D221NC088
C445
CHIP CERAMIC CAP.(MELF) F Z 0.01µF/16V
CZM1CZB0F103
C611
CERAMIC CAP. BN 820pF/2KV or
CCD3DKA0B821
C446
ELECTROLYTIC CAP. 1µF/50V M H7
CE1JMAVSL1R0
CERAMIC CAP. LB 820pF/2KV or
CA3D821KG004
C447
CHIP CERAMIC CAP.(MELF) F Z 0.01µF/16V
CZM1CZB0F103
CERAMIC CAP. 820pF/2KV
CA3D821PAN04
C448
CERAMIC CAP.(AX) Y M 0.01µF/16V
CCA1CMT0Y103
C449
CHIP CERAMIC CAP. F Z 0.1µF/50V or
CHD1JZB0F104
20020205
C612
3-3-2
FILM CAP.(P) 0.033µF/50V J or
CMA1JJS00333
FILM CAP.(P) 0.033µF/50V J
CA1J333MS029
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C613
FILM CAP.(P) 0.001µF/50V J or
FILM CAP.(P) 0.001µF/50V J
C614#
FILM CAP.(P) 0.082µF/50V J or
#
FILM CAP.(P) 0.082µF/50V J
CA1J823MS029
C615
CERAMIC CAP. BN 820pF/2KV or
CCD3DKA0B821
CERAMIC CAP. LB 820pF/2KV or
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Description
Part No.
C861
CHIP CERAMIC CAP. CH J 100pF/50V
CA1J102MS029
C862
CHIP CERAMIC CAP. B K 0.01µF/50V
CHD1JKB0B103
CMA1JJS00823
C863
ELECTROLYTIC CAP. 10µF/25V M H7
CE1EMAVSL100
C864
ELECTROLYTIC CAP. 10µF/25V M H7
CE1EMAVSL100
C865
CHIP CERAMIC CAP.(MELF) Y K 1000pF/35V
CZM1GKB0Y102
CA3D821KG004
C866
CHIP CERAMIC CAP.(MELF) Y K 2200pF/35V
CZM1GKB0Y222
CERAMIC CAP. 820pF/2KV
CA3D821PAN04
C872
ELECTROLYTIC CAP. 47µF/6.3V M H7
CE0KMAVSL470
ELECTROLYTIC CAP. 100µF/160V M or
CE2CMZPDL101
C873
ELECTROLYTIC CAP. 100µF/16V M H7
CE1CMAVSL101
#
ELECTROLYTIC CAP. 100µF/160V M
CE2CMZZTL101
C874
C617#
ELECTROLYTIC CAP. 470µF/35V M or
CE1GMZPDL471
C616#
CMA1JJS00102
C875
CHD1JJBCH101
CERAMIC CAP. B K 470pF/100V or
CCD2AKS0B471
CERAMIC CAP. B K 470pF/500V
CCD2JKS0B471
FILM CAP.(P) 0.018µF/100V J or
CMA2AJS00183
FILM CAP.(P) 0.018µF/50V J
CA1J183MS029
#
ELECTROLYTIC CAP. 470µF/35V M
CE1GMZPTL471
C618#
ELECTROLYTIC CAP. 1000µF/16V M or
CE1CMZPDL102
#
ELECTROLYTIC CAP. 1000µF/16V M
CE1CMZPTL102
C619#
ELECTROLYTIC CAP. 1000µF/16V M or
CE1CMZPDL102
CN 303
CONNECTOR BASE, 5P TUC-P05P-B1
J3TUA05TG001
#
ELECTROLYTIC CAP. 1000µF/16V M
CE1CMZPTL102
CN501
PIN CONNECTOR 005P-5100 or
JTEA001TG001
C620#
ELECTROLYTIC CAP. 1000µF/16V M or
CE1CMZPDL102
CONNECTOR PIN, 1P LV or
1700576
#
ELECTROLYTIC CAP. 1000µF/16V M
CE1CMZPTL102
CONNECTOR PIN, 1P RT-01N-2.3A
1730688
C622
CERAMIC CAP.(AX) B K 220pF/50V
CCA1JKT0B221
C624
CHIP CERAMIC CAP. B K 0.01µF/50V
CHD1JKB0B103
C625
ELECTROLYTIC CAP. 1µF/50V M or
CE1JMASDL1R0
ELECTROLYTIC CAP. 1µF/50V M or
CE1JMASDL010
CONNECTORS
CN571
CN601
CONNECTOR BASE, 5P TV-50P-05-V3 or
J3TVC05TG002
CONNECTOR BASE, 5P RTB-1.5-5P
J3RTC05JG001
CONNECTOR BASE, 2P TV-50P-02-V3 or
J3TVC02TG002
CONNECTOR BASE, 2P RTB-1.5-2P
J3RTC02JG001
ELECTROLYTIC CAP. 1µF/50V M
CE1JMASTL1R0
C626
ELECTROLYTIC CAP. 4.7µF/50V M or
CE1JMASDL4R7
STRAIGHT CONNECTOR BASE 00 8283 0212 00 J383C02UG002
000 or
ELECTROLYTIC CAP. 4.7µF/50V M
CE1JMASTL4R7
STRAIGHT PIN HEADER, 2P 173981-2
C628
ELECTROLYTIC CAP. 470µF/10V M or
CE1AMASDL471
ELECTROLYTIC CAP. 470µF/10V M
CE1AMASTL471
ELECTROLYTIC CAP. 47µF/25V M or
CE1EMASDL470
C629#
#
ELECTROLYTIC CAP. 47µF/25V M
C630
ELECTROLYTIC CAP. 100µF/10V M or
CE1AMASDL101
ELECTROLYTIC CAP. 100µF/10V M
CE1AMASTL101
ELECTROLYTIC CAP. 220µF/6.3V M or
CE0KMASDL221
C631
C632
C633
C635
C640
C801
C802
C803
C804
QDTB0MTZJ5R6
ZENER DIODE DZ-5.6BSBT265
NDTB0DZ5R6BS
ZENER DIODE MTZJT-775.6B or
QDTB0MTZJ5R6
ZENER DIODE DZ-5.6BSBT265
NDTB0DZ5R6BS
D203
LED SIR-563ST3F P or
QPQPS1R563ST
LED SIR-563ST3F Q
QPQQS1R563ST
D204
LED LTL-4214M1 or
NPQZLTL4214M
CE1CMASDL101
LED(RED)L-FORMING LT1814G-81-FL or
NP4Z0LT1814G
ELECTROLYTIC CAP. 100µF/16V M
CE1CMASTL101
LED L-53HT or
NP4Z000L53HT
ELECTROLYTIC CAP. 220µF/16V M or
CE1CMASDL221
LED LAMP 333HT/F45-50K or
NPWK333HTF45
CE1CMASTL221
LED LAMP 333HT/F45-50L or
NPWL333HTF45
ELECTROLYTIC CAP. 100µF/10V M or
CE1AMASDL101
ELECTROLYTIC CAP. 100µF/10V M
CE1AMASTL101
ELECTROLYTIC CAP. 47µF/25V M or
CE1EMASDL470
CE1EMASTL470
CHIP CERAMIC CAP. F Z 0.1µF/50V or
CHD1JZB0F104
CHIP CERAMIC CAP. F Z 0.1µF/25V
CHD1EZB0F104
CERAMIC CAP.(AX) B K 2200pF/50V
CA1J222TU011
ELECTROLYTIC CAP. 220µF/16V M or
CE1CMASDL221
ELECTROLYTIC CAP. 220µF/16V M
CE1CMASTL221
ELECTROLYTIC CAP. 470µF/16V M or
CE1CMASDL471
ELECTROLYTIC CAP. 470µF/16V M
CE1CMASTL471
ELECTROLYTIC CAP. 10µF/50V M or
CE1JMASDL100
ELECTROLYTIC CAP. 10µF/50V M
CE1JMASTL100
ELECTROLYTIC CAP. 0.22µF/50V M or
CE1JMASDLR22
ELECTROLYTIC CAP. 0.22µF/50V M
CE1JMASTLR22
CHIP CERAMIC CAP. B K 4700pF/50V
C853
CHIP CERAMIC CAP. F Z 0.1µF/50V or
CHD1JZB0F104
CHIP CERAMIC CAP. F Z 0.1µF/25V
CHD1EZB0F104
ELECTROLYTIC CAP. 22µF/16V M H7
CE1CMAVSL220
C856
D003
ZENER DIODE MTZJT-775.6B or
CE0KMASTL221
C805
C854
D002
ELECTROLYTIC CAP. 220µF/6.3V M
ELECTROLYTIC CAP. 47µF/25V M
C636
1770258
DIODES
ELECTROLYTIC CAP. 100µF/16V M or
ELECTROLYTIC CAP. 220µF/16V M
C634
CE1EMASTL470
CN802
CHD1JKB0B472
CHIP CERAMIC CAP. F Z 0.1µF/50V or
CHD1JZB0F104
CHIP CERAMIC CAP. F Z 0.1µF/25V
CHD1EZB0F104
C857
ELECTROLYTIC CAP. 33µF/10V H7
CE1AMAVSL330
C858
ELECTROLYTIC CAP. 4.7µF/50V M H7
CE1JMAVSL4R7
C859
CHIP CERAMIC CAP. B K 0.015µF/50V
CHD1JKB0B153
C860
CHIP CERAMIC CAP.(MELF) Y K 1000pF/35V
CZM1GKB0Y102
20020205
LED LAMP 333HT/F45-50M
NPWM333HTF45
D215
CARBON RES. 1/4W J 680 Ω or
RCX4JATZ0681
CARBON RES. 1/6W J 680 Ω
RCX6JATZ0681
D216
ZENER DIODE MTZJT-775.6B or
QDTB0MTZJ5R6
ZENER DIODE DZ-5.6BSBT265
NDTB0DZ5R6BS
D227
SWITCHING DIODE 1SS133(T-77) or
QDTZ001SS133
SWITCHING DIODE 1N4148
NDTZ001N4148
D228
ZENER DIODE MTZJT-776.2B or
QDTB0MTZJ6R2
ZENER DIODE DZ-6.2BSBT265
NDTB0DZ6R2BS
D301
SWITCHING DIODE 1SS133(T-77) or
QDTZ001SS133
SWITCHING DIODE 1N4148
NDTZ001N4148
D304
SWITCHING DIODE 1SS133(T-77) or
QDTZ001SS133
SWITCHING DIODE 1N4148
NDTZ001N4148
D305
SWITCHING DIODE 1SS133(T-77) or
QDTZ001SS133
SWITCHING DIODE 1N4148
NDTZ001N4148
D306
SWITCHING DIODE 1SS133(T-77) or
QDTZ001SS133
SWITCHING DIODE 1N4148
NDTZ001N4148
D307
SWITCHING DIODE 1SS133(T-77) or
QDTZ001SS133
SWITCHING DIODE 1N4148
NDTZ001N4148
D308
ZENER DIODE MTZJT-775.6B or
QDTB0MTZJ5R6
ZENER DIODE DZ-5.6BSBT265
NDTB0DZ5R6BS
D310
ZENER DIODE MTZJT-775.6B or
QDTB0MTZJ5R6
ZENER DIODE DZ-5.6BSBT265
NDTB0DZ5R6BS
D311
ZENER DIODE MTZJT-775.6B or
QDTB0MTZJ5R6
ZENER DIODE DZ-5.6BSBT265
NDTB0DZ5R6BS
3-3-3
T7300EL
Ref. No.
Description
D312
SWITCHING DIODE 1SS133(T-77) or
D313
SWITCHING DIODE 1N4148
D314
D401
D552
Part No.
Ref. No.
Description
Part No.
QDTZ001SS133
#
SCHOTTKY BARRIER DIODE ERA81-004
QDPZERA81004
SWITCHING DIODE 1N4148
NDTZ001N4148
D619
DIODE FR104-B or
NDLZ000FR104
SWITCHING DIODE 1SS133(T-77) or
QDTZ001SS133
RECTIFIER DIODE 10ELS2 or
QDQZ0010ELS2
NDTZ001N4148
RECTIFIER DIODE ERA22-02
QDPZ0ERA2202
ZENER DIODE MTZJT-779.1B or
QDTB0MTZJ9R1
D620#
ZENER DIODE MTZJT-776.8B or
QDTB0MTZJ6R8
ZENER DIODE DZ-9.1BSBT265
NDTB0DZ9R1BS
#
ZENER DIODE DZ-6.8BSBT265
NDTB0DZ6R8BS
SWITCHING DIODE 1SS133(T-77) or
QDTZ001SS133
D621#
SWITCHING DIODE 1SS133(T-77) or
QDTZ001SS133
SWITCHING DIODE 1N4148
NDTZ001N4148
#
SWITCHING DIODE 1N4148
NDTZ001N4148
DIODE 1N5397-B or
NDLZ001N5397
D622#
SWITCHING DIODE 1SS133(T-77) or
QDTZ001SS133
RECTIFIER DIODE ERB12-06
QDQZ0ERB1206
#
SWITCHING DIODE 1N4148
NDTZ001N4148
D571#
DIODE FR154 or
NDLZ000FR154
D623#
SWITCHING DIODE 1SS133(T-77) or
QDTZ001SS133
#
FAST RECOVERY DIODE ERB44-02
QDPZ0ERB4402
#
SWITCHING DIODE 1N4148
NDTZ001N4148
D572#
DIODE FR104-B or
NDLZ000FR104
D626
ZENER DIODE MTZJT-7736A or
QDTA00MTZJ36
#
RECTIFIER DIODE 10ELS2 or
QDQZ0010ELS2
ZENER DIODE DZ-36BSAT265
NDTA00DZ36BS
#
RECTIFIER DIODE ERA22-02
QDPZ0ERA2202
D627#
ZENER DIODE MTZJT-7715A or
QDTA00MTZJ15
D584#
SWITCHING DIODE 1SS133(T-77) or
QDTZ001SS133
#
ZENER DIODE DZ-15BSAT265
NDTA00DZ15BS
#
SWITCHING DIODE 1N4148
NDTZ001N4148
D628#
SWITCHING DIODE 1SS133(T-77) or
QDTZ001SS133
D585
ZENER DIODE MTZJT-775.1B or
QDTB0MTZJ5R1
#
SWITCHING DIODE 1N4148
NDTZ001N4148
D629
SWITCHING DIODE 1SS133(T-77) or
QDTZ001SS133
SWITCHING DIODE 1N4148
NDTZ001N4148
ZENER DIODE DZ-5.1BSBT265
NDTB0DZ5R1BS
D591#
ZENER DIODE MTZJT-7736B or
QDTB00MTZJ36
#
ZENER DIODE DZ-36BSBT265
NDTB00DZ36BS
D630#
PCB JUMPER D0.6-P5.0
JW5.0T
D593#
PCB JUMPER D0.6-P5.0
JW5.0T
D631
ZENER DIODE MTZJT-776.8A or
QDTA0MTZJ6R8
D595#
ZENER DIODE MTZJT-7720B or
QDTB00MTZJ20
ZENER DIODE DZ-6.8BSAT265
NDTA0DZ6R8BS
#
ZENER DIODE DZ-20BSBT265
NDTB00DZ20BS
D632
SWITCHING DIODE 1SS133(T-77) or
QDTZ001SS133
D596#
SWITCHING DIODE 1SS133(T-77) or
QDTZ001SS133
SWITCHING DIODE 1N4148
NDTZ001N4148
#
SWITCHING DIODE 1N4148
NDTZ001N4148
D633
SWITCHING DIODE 1SS133(T-77) or
QDTZ001SS133
D597#
SWITCHING DIODE 1SS133(T-77) or
QDTZ001SS133
SWITCHING DIODE 1N4148
NDTZ001N4148
#
SWITCHING DIODE 1N4148
NDTZ001N4148
D634
ZENER DIODE MTZJT-778.2B or
QDTB0MTZJ8R2
D598#
DIODE FR104-B or
NDLZ000FR104
#
RECTIFIER DIODE 10ELS2 or
QDQZ0010ELS2
#
RECTIFIER DIODE ERA22-02
QDPZ0ERA2202
D601
PCB JUMPER D0.6-P10.0
JW10.0T
D603#
DIODE 1N5397-B or
NDLZ001N5397
#
RECTIFIER DIODE ERB12-06
QDQZ0ERB1206
D638#
SWITCHING DIODE 1SS133(T-77) or
QDTZ001SS133
D604#
DIODE 1N5397-B or
NDLZ001N5397
#
SWITCHING DIODE 1N4148
NDTZ001N4148
#
RECTIFIER DIODE ERB12-06
QDQZ0ERB1206
D640#
SWITCHING DIODE 1SS133(T-77) or
QDTZ001SS133
D605#
DIODE 1N5397-B or
NDLZ001N5397
#
SWITCHING DIODE 1N4148
NDTZ001N4148
#
RECTIFIER DIODE ERB12-06
QDQZ0ERB1206
D641#
ZENER DIODE MTZJT-7736A or
QDTA00MTZJ36
D606#
DIODE 1N5397-B or
NDLZ001N5397
#
ZENER DIODE DZ-36BSAT265
NDTA00DZ36BS
#
RECTIFIER DIODE ERB12-06
QDQZ0ERB1206
D646
SWITCHING DIODE 1SS133(T-77) or
QDTZ001SS133
D607#
ZENER DIODE MTZJT-7724C or
QDTC00MTZJ24
#
ZENER DIODE DZ-24BSCT265
NDTC00DZ24BS
D608
ZENER DIODE MTZJT-7736A or
QDTA00MTZJ36
ZENER DIODE DZ-36BSAT265
NDTA00DZ36BS
D609#
SWITCHING DIODE 1SS133(T-77) or
QDTZ001SS133
#
SWITCHING DIODE 1N4148
NDTZ001N4148
D649#
SWITCHING DIODE 1SS133(T-77) or
QDTZ001SS133
D610
ZENER DIODE MTZJT-775.6B or
QDTB0MTZJ5R6
#
SWITCHING DIODE 1N4148
NDTZ001N4148
ZENER DIODE DZ-5.6BSBT265
NDTB0DZ5R6BS
D801#
SWITCHING DIODE 1SS133(T-77) or
QDTZ001SS133
D611
SWITCHING DIODE 1SS133(T-77) or
QDTZ001SS133
#
SWITCHING DIODE 1N4148
NDTZ001N4148
ZENER DIODE DZ-8.2BSBT265
NDTB0DZ8R2BS
D635
SWITCHING DIODE 1SS133(T-77) or
QDTZ001SS133
SWITCHING DIODE 1N4148
NDTZ001N4148
D636
SWITCHING DIODE 1SS133(T-77) or
QDTZ001SS133
SWITCHING DIODE 1N4148
NDTZ001N4148
SWITCHING DIODE 1N4148
NDTZ001N4148
D647
SWITCHING DIODE 1SS133(T-77) or
QDTZ001SS133
SWITCHING DIODE 1N4148
NDTZ001N4148
D648
SWITCHING DIODE 1SS133(T-77) or
QDTZ001SS133
SWITCHING DIODE 1N4148
NDTZ001N4148
SWITCHING DIODE 1N4148
NDTZ001N4148
D613#
RECOVERY DIODE ERC18-04
QDZZ0ERC1804
IC201#
MICROCONTROLLER 16BIT M37760M8H8C8GP QSZAB0RMB095
D614#
DIODE FR104-B or
NDLZ000FR104
IC202
IC:MEMORY BR24C02F-W or
QSMBA0SRM003
#
RECTIFIER DIODE 10ELS2 or
QDQZ0010ELS2
IC:MEMORY AT24C02N-10SC or
NSMMA0SAZ012
#
RECTIFIER DIODE ERA22-02
QDPZ0ERA2202
IC(EEPROM) M24C02-MN6 or
NSMMA0SSS028
D615#
DIODE 1ZC33 or
QDQZ0001ZC33
IC:MEMORY BR24C02F
QSMMA0SRM003
#
ZENER DIODE RD33FB
QDQZ000RD33F
IC301#
IC:CHROMA/IF 1 CHIP M61210FP-R60* or
QSZAA0RMB086
D616#
SCHOTTKY BARRIER DIODE 21DQ04 or
QDQZ0021DQ04
#
IC:CHROMA/IF 1 CHIP M61210FP-R61 or
QSZAB0RMB086
#
SCHOTTKY BARRIER DIODE ERB81-004
AERB81004***
#
IC:CHROMA/IF 1 CHIP M61210FP-R62*
QSZAC0RMB086
D617#
SCHOTTKY BARRIER DIODE 11EQS04 or
QD4Z011EQS04
IC401
IC:Y/C/A LA71091M
QSZBA0RSY012
#
SCHOTTKY BARRIER DIODE ERA81-004
QDPZERA81004
IC551#
VERTICAL OUTPUT IC AN5522 or
QSZBA0SMS002
D618#
SCHOTTKY BARRIER DIODE 11EQS04 or
QD4Z011EQS04
20020205
ICS
3-3-4
T7300EL
Ref. No.
Description
Part No.
#
VERTICAL OUTPUT IC LA78040A
QSBBA0SSY003
Ref. No.
Q491
Description
Part No.
TRANSISTOR 2SC2785(F) or
QQSF02SC2785
QQSH02SC2785
IC601#
PHOTOCOUPLER LTV-817B-F or
NPEB0LTV817F
TRANSISTOR 2SC2785(H) or
#
PHOTOCOUPLER LTV-817C-F or
NPEC0LTV817F
TRANSISTOR 2SC2785(J) or
QQSJ02SC2785
#
PHOTO COUPLER PC817X6
QPE600PC817X
TRANSISTOR KTC3199(GR) or
NQS10KTC3199
IC602#
VOLTAGE REGULATOR KIA7805API or
NSBBA0SJY011
TRANSISTOR KTC3198(GR) or
NQS40KTC3198
#
VOLTAGE REGULATOR KA7805A or
NSZBA0SF3052
TRANSISTOR 2SC1815-GR(TPE2)
QQS102SC1815
#
IC:VOLTAGE REGULATOR AN7805F
AN7805F
Q571#
TRANSISTOR 2SD2627LS-FEC-YB11
QQZZ02SD2627
IC801
AUDIO AMP LA4224
QSZAA0SSY005
Q572
TRANSISTOR 2SC1627Y-TPE2
QQSY02SC1627
Q591#
TRANSISTOR 2SC2785(F) or
QQSF02SC2785
QQSH02SC2785
COILS
L001
PCB JUMPER D0.6-P5.0
JW5.0T
#
TRANSISTOR 2SC2785(H) or
L211#
CHOKE COIL 47µH-K
LLBD00PKV007
#
TRANSISTOR 2SC2785(J) or
QQSJ02SC2785
L301
PCB JUMPER D0.6-P5.0
JW5.0T
#
TRANSISTOR KTC3199(GR) or
NQS10KTC3199
L302
INDUCTOR 15µH-J-26T or
LLAXJATTU150
#
TRANSISTOR KTC3198(GR) or
NQS40KTC3198
INDUCTOR 15µH-K-26T
LLAXKDTKA150
#
TRANSISTOR 2SC1815-GR(TPE2)
QQS102SC1815
L303
INDUCTOR 12µH-J-26T or
LLAXJATTU120
Q601#
MOS FET 2SK2662
QF5Z02SK2662
INDUCTOR 12µH-K-26T
LLAXKDTKA120
Q602#
TRANSISTOR 2SC2120-O-TPE2 or
QQS002SC2120
L305
INDUCTOR 1.0µH-J-26T or
LLAXJATTU1R0
#
TRANSISTOR 2SC2120-Y(TPE2)
QQSY02SC2120
INDUCTOR 1.0µH-K-26T
LLAXKDTKA1R0
Q604#
TRANSISTOR 2SC2785(F) or
QQSF02SC2785
L306
PCB JUMPER D0.6-P5.0
JW5.0T
#
TRANSISTOR 2SC2785(H) or
QQSH02SC2785
L402
INDUCTOR 22µH-J-26T or
LLAXJATTU220
#
TRANSISTOR 2SC2785(J) or
QQSJ02SC2785
INDUCTOR 22µH-K-26T
LLAXKDTKA220
#
TRANSISTOR 2SC1815-GR(TPE2)
QQS102SC1815
L404
CHOKE COIL 47µH-K
LLBD00PKV007
Q605
TRANSISTOR 2SC2785(F) or
QQSF02SC2785
L505
CHOKE COIL 47µH-K
LLBD00PKV007
TRANSISTOR 2SC2785(H) or
QQSH02SC2785
L601#
LINE FILTER SA-91213B or
LLBG00ZSA002
TRANSISTOR 2SC2785(J) or
QQSJ02SC2785
#
LINE FILTER TLF12UA302W1R0 or
LLBG00ZTU025
TRANSISTOR KTC3199(GR) or
NQS10KTC3199
#
LINE FILTER 5.0MH 6Y075 or
LLBG00ZKT004
TRANSISTOR KTC3198(GR) or
NQS40KTC3198
#
LINE FILTER UU10.5-A or
LLBG00ZY2008
TRANSISTOR 2SC1815-GR(TPE2)
QQS102SC1815
#
LINE FILTER TLF14CB3321R0 or
LLBG00ZTU012
Q606#
TRANSISTOR 2SA950(O) or
Q2SA9500TPE2
#
LINE FILTER 6.35MH UU10-002
LLBG00ZKV001
#
TRANSISTOR 2SA950(Y) or
Q2SA950YTPE2
L872
INDUCTOR 47µH-K-5FT or
LLARKBSTU470
#
TRANSISTOR KTA1271(Y)
NQSY0KTA1271
INDUCTOR 47µH-K-5FT
LLARKDSKA470
Q607
TRANSISTOR 2SC2785(F) or
QQSF02SC2785
TRANSISTOR 2SC2785(H) or
QQSH02SC2785
TRANSISTORS
Q205
Q206
Q301
QQSF02SC2785
TRANSISTOR 2SC2785(J) or
QQSJ02SC2785
TRANSISTOR 2SC2785(H) or
QQSH02SC2785
TRANSISTOR KTC3199(GR) or
NQS10KTC3199
TRANSISTOR 2SC2785(J) or
QQSJ02SC2785
TRANSISTOR KTC3198(GR) or
NQS40KTC3198
TRANSISTOR KTC3199(GR) or
NQS10KTC3199
TRANSISTOR 2SC1815-GR(TPE2)
QQS102SC1815
TRANSISTOR KTC3198(GR) or
NQS40KTC3198
Q608#
TRANSISTOR 2SC2120-O-TPE2 or
QQS002SC2120
TRANSISTOR 2SC2785(F) or
TRANSISTOR 2SC1815-GR(TPE2)
QQS102SC1815
#
TRANSISTOR 2SC2120-Y(TPE2) or
QQSY02SC2120
PHOTO TRANSISTOR PT204-6B-12 or
NPWZT2046B12
#
TRANSISTOR KTC3203(Y)
NQSY0KTC3203
PHOTO TRANSISTOR MID-32A22
NPWZM1D32A22
Q609
TRANSISTOR 2SC2120-O-TPE2 or
QQS002SC2120
TRANSISTOR 2SC2785(F) or
QQSF02SC2785
TRANSISTOR 2SC2120-Y(TPE2) or
QQSY02SC2120
TRANSISTOR 2SC2785(H) or
QQSH02SC2785
TRANSISTOR KTC3203(Y)
NQSY0KTC3203
TRANSISTOR 2SC2785(J) or
QQSJ02SC2785
Q610#
TRANSISTOR 2SC2785(F) or
QQSF02SC2785
TRANSISTOR KTC3199(GR) or
NQS10KTC3199
#
TRANSISTOR 2SC2785(H) or
QQSH02SC2785
TRANSISTOR KTC3198(GR) or
NQS40KTC3198
#
TRANSISTOR 2SC2785(J) or
QQSJ02SC2785
TRANSISTOR KTC3199(GR) or
NQS10KTC3199
NQS40KTC3198
QQS102SC1815
#
TRANSISTOR 2SC2785(F) or
QQSF02SC2785
#
TRANSISTOR KTC3198(GR) or
TRANSISTOR 2SC2785(H) or
QQSH02SC2785
#
TRANSISTOR 2SC1815-GR(TPE2)
QQS102SC1815
TRANSISTOR 2SC2785(J) or
QQSJ02SC2785
Q611#
TRANSISTOR 2SD400(F)
QQUF002SD400
TRANSISTOR KTC3199(GR) or
NQS10KTC3199
Q612
RES. BUILT-IN TRANSISTOR KRA103M or
NQSZ0KRA103M
TRANSISTOR KTC3198(GR) or
NQS40KTC3198
RES. BUILT-IN TRANSISTOR 2SA1346 or
2SA1346Z
TRANSISTOR 2SC1815-GR(TPE2)
QQS102SC1815
RES. BUILT-IN TRANSISTOR BN1F4M-T
QQSZ00BN1F4M
TRANSISTOR 2SA1175(F) or
QQSF02SA1175
TRANSISTOR 2SA1175(F) or
QQSF02SA1175
TRANSISTOR KTA1267(GR) or
NQS10KTA1267
TRANSISTOR KTA1267(GR) or
NQS10KTA1267
TRANSISTOR KTA1266(GR) or
NQS40KTA1266
TRANSISTOR KTA1266(GR) or
NQS40KTA1266
TRANSISTOR 2SA1015-GR(TPE2)
QQS102SA1015
TRANSISTOR 2SA1015-GR(TPE2)
QQS102SA1015
TRANSISTOR 2SA1175(F) or
QQSF02SA1175
TRANSISTOR 2SC2120-O-TPE2 or
QQS002SC2120
TRANSISTOR KTA1267(GR) or
NQS10KTA1267
TRANSISTOR 2SC2120-Y(TPE2) or
QQSY02SC2120
TRANSISTOR KTA1266(GR) or
NQS40KTA1266
TRANSISTOR KTC3203(Y)
NQSY0KTC3203
TRANSISTOR 2SA1015-GR(TPE2)
QQS102SA1015
TRANSISTOR 2SC1815-GR(TPE2)
Q302
Q401
Q402
20020205
Q871
Q872
Q873
3-3-5
TRANSISTOR 2SC3331(T) or
QSC3331TNPAA
TRANSISTOR 2SC3331(U) or
QSC3331UNPAA
T7300EL
Ref. No.
Description
TRANSISTOR 2SC1815-GR(TPE2)
Q874
Q875
Part No.
Ref. No.
QQS102SC1815
Description
Part No.
CARBON RES. 1/6W J 5.6k Ω
RCX6JATZ0562
TRANSISTOR 2SC3331(T) or
QSC3331TNPAA
R243
CHIP RES.(1608) 1/10W J 1k Ω
RRXAJB5Z0102
TRANSISTOR 2SC3331(U) or
QSC3331UNPAA
R244
CHIP RES.(1608) 1/10W J 1M Ω
RRXAJB5Z0105
TRANSISTOR 2SC1815-GR(TPE2)
QQS102SC1815
R245
CHIP RES.(1608) 1/10W J 470 Ω
RRXAJB5Z0471
RES. BUILT-IN TRANSISTOR KRA103M or
NQSZ0KRA103M
R247
CHIP RES.(1608) 1/10W J 820 Ω
RRXAJB5Z0821
RES. BUILT-IN TRANSISTOR 2SA1346 or
2SA1346Z
R248
CHIP RES.(1608) 1/10W J 470 Ω
RRXAJB5Z0471
RES. BUILT-IN TRANSISTOR BN1F4M-T
QQSZ00BN1F4M
R249
CHIP RES.(1608) 1/10W J 3.3k Ω
RRXAJB5Z0332
R250
CHIP RES.(1608) 1/10W J 1.5k Ω
RRXAJB5Z0152
RESISTORS
R001
CHIP RES.(1608) 1/10W J 1k Ω
RRXAJB5Z0102
R251
CHIP RES.(1608) 1/10W J 3.3k Ω
RRXAJB5Z0332
R004
CHIP RES.(1608) 1/10W J 100 Ω
RRXAJB5Z0101
R252
CHIP RES.(1608) 1/10W J 1.5k Ω
RRXAJB5Z0152
R007
CHIP RES.(1608) 1/10W J 100 Ω
RRXAJB5Z0101
R253
CHIP RES.(1608) 1/10W J 3.3k Ω
RRXAJB5Z0332
R008
CHIP RES.(1608) 1/10W J 100 Ω
RRXAJB5Z0101
R254
CHIP RES.(1608) 1/10W J 1.5k Ω
RRXAJB5Z0152
R201
CARBON RES. 1/4W G 4.7k Ω or
RCX4GATZ0472
R255
PCB JUMPER D0.6-P5.0
JW5.0T
CARBON RES. 1/6W G 4.7k Ω
RCX6GATZ0472
R256
CARBON RES. 1/4W J 5.6k Ω or
RCX4JATZ0562
R202
R203
R204
R205
CARBON RES. 1/4W G 22k Ω or
RCX4GATZ0223
CARBON RES. 1/6W J 5.6k Ω
RCX6JATZ0562
CARBON RES. 1/6W G 22k Ω
RCX6GATZ0223
R257
PCB JUMPER D0.6-P5.0
JW5.0T
CARBON RES. 1/4W G 470 Ω or
RCX4GATZ0471
R258
PCB JUMPER D0.6-P5.0
JW5.0T
CARBON RES. 1/6W G 470 Ω
RCX6GATZ0471
R259
CARBON RES. 1/4W J 5.6k Ω or
RCX4JATZ0562
CARBON RES. 1/6W J 5.6k Ω
RCX6JATZ0562
CARBON RES. 1/4W G 1.5k Ω or
RCX4GATZ0152
CARBON RES. 1/6W G 1.5k Ω
RCX6GATZ0152
R260
PCB JUMPER D0.6-P5.0
JW5.0T
CARBON RES. 1/4W G 3.6k Ω or
RCX4GATZ0362
R261
CARBON RES. 1/4W J 6.8k Ω or
RCX4JATZ0682
CARBON RES. 1/6W J 6.8k Ω
RCX6JATZ0682
R263
CHIP RES.(1608) 1/10W J 68k Ω
RRXAJB5Z0683
CARBON RES. 1/6W G 3.6k Ω
RCX6GATZ0362
R206
CARBON RES. 1/4W G 10k Ω or
RCX4GATZ0103
CARBON RES. 1/6W G 10k Ω
RCX6GATZ0103
R264
CHIP RES.(1608) 1/10W J 220k Ω
RRXAJB5Z0224
R207
CHIP RES.(1608) 1/10W J 22k Ω
RRXAJB5Z0223
R267
CHIP RES.(1608) 1/10W J 33k Ω
RRXAJB5Z0333
R208
CHIP RES.(1608) 1/10W J 22k Ω
RRXAJB5Z0223
R269
PCB JUMPER D0.6-P5.0
JW5.0T
R209
CHIP RES.(1608) 1/10W J 10k Ω
RRXAJB5Z0103
R270
CHIP RES.(1608) 1/10W J 100k Ω
RRXAJB5Z0104
R210
CHIP RES.(1608) 1/10W J 1.5k Ω
RRXAJB5Z0152
R273
CHIP RES.(1608) 1/10W J 1.8k Ω
RRXAJB5Z0182
R211
CHIP RES.(1608) 1/10W J 1.5k Ω
RRXAJB5Z0152
R274
CHIP RES.(1608) 1/10W J 680 Ω
RRXAJB5Z0681
R212
CHIP RES.(1608) 1/10W J 2.2k Ω
RRXAJB5Z0222
R275
CHIP RES.(1608) 1/10W J 10k Ω
RRXAJB5Z0103
R213
CHIP RES.(1608) 1/10W J 2.7k Ω
RRXAJB5Z0272
R279
CARBON RES. 1/4W J 10k Ω or
RCX4JATZ0103
CARBON RES. 1/6W J 10k Ω
RCX6JATZ0103
R214
CHIP RES.(1608) 1/10W J 10k Ω
RRXAJB5Z0103
R215
CHIP RES.(1608) 1/10W J 1.5k Ω
RRXAJB5Z0152
R216
CHIP RES.(1608) 1/10W J 1.5k Ω
RRXAJB5Z0152
R217
CHIP RES.(1608) 1/10W J 2.2k Ω
RRXAJB5Z0222
R218
CHIP RES.(1608) 1/10W J 2.7k Ω
RRXAJB5Z0272
R219
CARBON RES. 1/4W J 1k Ω or
CARBON RES. 1/6W J 1k Ω
CARBON RES. 1/4W J 1k Ω or
RCX4JATZ0102
CARBON RES. 1/6W J 1k Ω
RCX6JATZ0102
R281
CHIP RES.(1608) 1/10W J 1k Ω
RRXAJB5Z0102
R289
PCB JUMPER D0.6-P5.0
JW5.0T
RCX4JATZ0102
R290
PCB JUMPER D0.6-P5.0
JW5.0T
RCX6JATZ0102
R292
CHIP RES.(1608) 1/10W J 22k Ω
RRXAJB5Z0223
R280
R220
CHIP RES.(1608) 1/10W J 470k Ω
RRXAJB5Z0474
R293
PCB JUMPER D0.6-P5.0
JW5.0T
R221
CARBON RES. 1/4W J 1k Ω or
RCX4JATZ0102
R294
CHIP RES.(1608) 1/10W J 22k Ω
RRXAJB5Z0223
CARBON RES. 1/6W J 1k Ω
RCX6JATZ0102
R301
CHIP RES.(1608) 1/10W J 1k Ω
RRXAJB5Z0102
CHIP RES.(1608) 1/10W J 470k Ω
RRXAJB5Z0474
R302
CHIP RES.(1608) 1/10W J 22k Ω
RRXAJB5Z0223
R223
CHIP RES.(1608) 1/10W J 560 Ω
RRXAJB5Z0561
R305
CHIP RES.(1608) 1/10W J 68k Ω
RRXAJB5Z0683
R224
PCB JUMPER D0.6-P5.0
JW5.0T
R306
CHIP RES.(1608) 1/10W J 6.8k Ω
RRXAJB5Z0682
R225
CHIP RES.(1608) 1/10W J 100 Ω
RRXAJB5Z0101
R308
CHIP RES.(1608) 1/10W J 1.2k Ω
RRXAJB5Z0122
R226
PCB JUMPER D0.6-P5.0
JW5.0T
R309
CARBON RES. 1/4W J 22 Ω or
RCX4JATZ0220
R222
CARBON RES. 1/4W J 270 Ω or
RCX4JATZ0271
CARBON RES. 1/6W J 22 Ω
RCX6JATZ0220
CARBON RES. 1/6W J 270 Ω
RCX6JATZ0271
R310
CHIP RES.(1608) 1/10W J 2.2k Ω
RRXAJB5Z0222
R229
CHIP RES.(1608) 1/10W J 390 Ω
RRXAJB5Z0391
R311
CHIP RES.(1608) 1/10W J 2.2k Ω
RRXAJB5Z0222
R230
METAL OXIDE FILM RES. 1W J 2.2 Ω or
RN012R2ZU001
R312
CHIP RES.(1608) 1/10W J 2.2k Ω
RRXAJB5Z0222
METAL OXIDE FILM RES. 1W J 2.2 Ω
RN012R2DP003
R313
CHIP RES.(1608) 1/10W J 330 Ω
RRXAJB5Z0331
R233
CHIP RES.(1608) 1/10W J 2.2k Ω
RRXAJB5Z0222
R314
CHIP RES.(1608) 1/10W J 330 Ω
RRXAJB5Z0331
R234
CHIP RES.(1608) 1/10W J 1.2k Ω
RRXAJB5Z0122
R315
CHIP RES.(1608) 1/10W J 330 Ω
RRXAJB5Z0331
R235
CHIP RES.(1608) 1/10W J 47 Ω
RRXAJB5Z0470
R316
PCB JUMPER D0.6-P5.0
JW5.0T
R236
CHIP RES.(1608) 1/10W J 100k Ω
RRXAJB5Z0104
R317
CHIP RES.(1608) 1/10W J 100 Ω
RRXAJB5Z0101
R237
PCB JUMPER D0.6-P5.0
JW5.0T
R318
CARBON RES. 1/4W J 100 Ω or
RCX4JATZ0101
R238
CHIP RES.(1608) 1/10W J 470k Ω
RRXAJB5Z0474
R239
CHIP RES.(1608) 1/10W J 2.7k Ω
RRXAJB5Z0272
R240
PCB JUMPER D0.6-P5.0
JW5.0T
R241
CARBON RES. 1/4W J 5.6k Ω or
RCX4JATZ0562
R227
20020205
CARBON RES. 1/6W J 100 Ω
RCX6JATZ0101
R319
CARBON RES. 1/4W J 100 Ω or
RCX4JATZ0101
CARBON RES. 1/6W J 100 Ω
RCX6JATZ0101
R320
CHIP RES.(1608) 1/10W J 120k Ω
RRXAJB5Z0124
R321
CARBON RES. 1/4W J 180k Ω or
RCX4JATZ0184
3-3-6
T7300EL
Ref. No.
Description
Part No.
CARBON RES. 1/6W J 180k Ω
RCX6JATZ0184
Ref. No.
R560
Description
Part No.
CARBON RES. 1/4W J 5.1k Ω or
RCX4JATZ0512
R322
CHIP RES.(1608) 1/10W J 15k Ω
RRXAJB5Z0153
CARBON RES. 1/6W J 5.1k Ω
RCX6JATZ0512
R323
CHIP RES.(1608) 1/10W J 6.8k Ω
RRXAJB5Z0682
R561
CHIP RES.(1608) 1/10W J 5.6k Ω
RRXAJB5Z0562
R324
CARBON RES. 1/4W J 100 Ω or
RCX4JATZ0101
R562
CARBON RES. 1/4W J 4.7 Ω
RCX4JATZ04R7
CARBON RES. 1/6W J 100 Ω
RCX6JATZ0101
R563
CARBON RES. 1/4W J 4.7 Ω
RCX4JATZ04R7
R325
CHIP RES.(1608) 1/10W J 10k Ω
RRXAJB5Z0103
R565#
PCB JUMPER D0.6-P5.0
JW5.0T
R326
CHIP RES.(1608) 1/10W J 1k Ω
RRXAJB5Z0102
R566#
CARBON RES. 1/4W J 4.7 Ω or
RCX4JATZ04R7
R331
CHIP RES.(1608) 1/10W J 47 Ω
RRXAJB5Z0470
#
CARBON RES. 1/6W J 4.7 Ω
RCX6JATZ04R7
R333
CARBON RES. 1/4W J 27 Ω or
RCX4JATZ0270
R568
CARBON RES. 1/4W J 1.5k Ω or
RCX4JATZ0152
CARBON RES. 1/6W J 27 Ω
RCX6JATZ0270
CARBON RES. 1/4W J 1.5k Ω or
RCX4JATZ0152
R335
CHIP RES.(1608) 1/10W J 1k Ω
RRXAJB5Z0102
CARBON RES. 1/6W J 1.5k Ω
RCX6JATZ0152
R336
CHIP RES.(1608) 1/10W J 390 Ω
RRXAJB5Z0391
R570#
CARBON RES. 1/4W J 4.7 Ω or
RCX4JATZ04R7
R337
CHIP RES.(1608) 1/10W J 220 Ω
RRXAJB5Z0221
#
CARBON RES. 1/6W J 4.7 Ω
RCX6JATZ04R7
R342
CHIP RES.(1608) 1/10W J 1k Ω
RRXAJB5Z0102
R571
CHIP RES.(1608) 1/10W J 1.5k Ω
RRXAJB5Z0152
R345
PCB JUMPER D0.6-P5.0
JW5.0T
R572
CARBON RES. 1/4W J 1k Ω or
RCX4JATZ0102
R347
CHIP RES.(1608) 1/10W J 10M Ω
RRXAJB5Z0106
CARBON RES. 1/6W J 1k Ω
RCX6JATZ0102
R350
CHIP RES.(1608) 1/10W J 68 Ω
RRXAJB5Z0680
R351
CHIP RES.(1608) 1/10W J 680 Ω
RRXAJB5Z0681
R352
CHIP RES.(1608) 1/10W J 1M Ω
RRXAJB5Z0105
R574#
METAL OXIDE FILM RES. 2W J 1k Ω or
RN02102ZU001
R391
CHIP RES.(1608) 1/10W J 100 Ω
RRXAJB5Z0101
#
METAL OXIDE FILM RES. 2W J 1k Ω
RN02102DP004
R392
CHIP RES.(1608) 1/10W J 100 Ω
RRXAJB5Z0101
R575#
METAL OXIDE FILM RES. 2W J 1k Ω or
RN02102ZU001
R393
CHIP RES.(1608) 1/10W J 100 Ω
RRXAJB5Z0101
#
METAL OXIDE FILM RES. 2W J 1k Ω
RN02102DP004
R576
R406
CHIP RES.(1608) 1/10W J 47k Ω
RRXAJB5Z0473
R407
CHIP RES.(1608) 1/10W J 47k Ω
RRXAJB5Z0473
R573
CARBON RES. 1/4W J 1k Ω or
RCX4JATZ0102
CARBON RES. 1/6W J 1k Ω
RCX6JATZ0102
CARBON RES. 1/4W J 1k Ω or
RCX4JATZ0102
CARBON RES. 1/6W J 1k Ω
RCX6JATZ0102
CARBON RES. 1/4W J 560 Ω or
RCX4JATZ0561
CARBON RES. 1/6W J 560 Ω
RCX6JATZ0561
R409
CHIP RES.(1608) 1/10W J 18k Ω
RRXAJB5Z0183
R413
CHIP RES.(1608) 1/10W J 39k Ω
RRXAJB5Z0393
R414
CHIP RES.(1608) 1/10W J 4.7k Ω
RRXAJB5Z0472
R578
PCB JUMPER D0.6-P5.0
JW5.0T
R415
CHIP RES.(1608) 1/10W J 1.5k Ω
RRXAJB5Z0152
R580#
CARBON RES. 1/4W J 47 Ω or
RCX4JATZ0470
R577
R416
CHIP RES.(1608) 1/10W J 100k Ω
RRXAJB5Z0104
#
CARBON RES. 1/6W J 47 Ω
RCX6JATZ0470
R417
CARBON RES. 1/4W J 220 Ω or
RCX4JATZ0221
R583#
METAL RESISTER. 2W J 2.7 Ω or
RN022R7ZU001
RN022R7DP004
CARBON RES. 1/6W J 220 Ω
RCX6JATZ0221
#
METAL OXIDE FILM RES. 2W J 2.7 Ω
R418
CHIP RES.(1608) 1/10W J 390 Ω
RRXAJB5Z0391
R584#
CARBON RES. 1/4W J 1k Ω or
RCX4JATZ0102
R419
CHIP RES.(1608) 1/10W J 330 Ω
RRXAJB5Z0331
#
CARBON RES. 1/6W J 1k Ω
RCX6JATZ0102
R423
CHIP RES.(1608) 1/10W J 5.6M Ω
RRXAJB5Z0565
R585
CARBON RES. 1/4W J 8.2k Ω or
RCX4JATZ0822
R424
CHIP RES.(1608) 1/10W J 100k Ω
RRXAJB5Z0104
R425
CHIP RES.(1608) 1/10W J 82k Ω
RRXAJB5Z0823
R426
CHIP RES.(1608) 1/10W J 2.2k Ω
R427
CARBON RES. 1/4W J 820 Ω or
CARBON RES. 1/6W J 8.2k Ω
RCX6JATZ0822
R587#
CARBON RES. 1/4W J 100k Ω or
RCX4JATZ0104
RRXAJB5Z0222
#
CARBON RES. 1/6W J 100k Ω
RCX6JATZ0104
RCX4JATZ0821
R588
CARBON RES. 1/4W J 100k Ω or
RCX4JATZ0104
CARBON RES. 1/6W J 820 Ω
RCX6JATZ0821
CARBON RES. 1/6W J 100k Ω
RCX6JATZ0104
R428
CHIP RES.(1608) 1/10W J 680k Ω
RRXAJB5Z0684
R589#
CARBON RES. 1/4W J 47 Ω or
RCX4JATZ0470
R429
CHIP RES.(1608) 1/10W J 1.5k Ω
RRXAJB5Z0152
#
CARBON RES. 1/6W J 47 Ω
RCX6JATZ0470
R431
CHIP RES.(1608) 1/10W J 8.2k Ω
RRXAJB5Z0822
R591#
CHIP RES.(1608) 1/10W J 33k Ω
RRXAJB5Z0333
R435
CHIP RES.(1608) 1/10W J 1.8k Ω
RRXAJB5Z0182
R592#
CARBON RES. 1/4W J 180k Ω or
RCX4JATZ0184
R495
CHIP RES.(1608) 1/10W J 47k Ω
RRXAJB5Z0473
#
CARBON RES. 1/6W J 180k Ω
RCX6JATZ0184
R496
CHIP RES.(1608) 1/10W J 2.2M Ω
RRXAJB5Z0225
R593#
CHIP RES.(1608) 1/10W J 68k Ω
RRXAJB5Z0683
R497
CHIP RES.(1608) 1/10W J 12k Ω
RRXAJB5Z0123
R594#
CHIP RES.(1608) 1/10W J 56k Ω
RRXAJB5Z0563
R501#
METAL OXIDE FILM RES. 1W J 15k Ω or
RN01153ZU001
R596
CARBON RES. 1/4W J 22k Ω or
RCX4JATZ0223
#
METAL OXIDE FILM RES. 1W J 15k Ω
RN01153DP003
CARBON RES. 1/6W J 22k Ω
RCX6JATZ0223
R502#
METAL OXIDE FILM RES. 1W J 15k Ω or
RN01153ZU001
R597#
CHIP RES.(1608) 1/10W J 6.8k Ω
RRXAJB5Z0682
#
METAL OXIDE FILM RES. 1W J 15k Ω
RN01153DP003
R598#
CHIP RES.(1608) 1/10W J 22k Ω
RRXAJB5Z0223
R503#
METAL OXIDE FILM RES. 1W J 15k Ω or
RN01153ZU001
R599#
CHIP RES.(1608) 1/10W J 10k Ω
RRXAJB5Z0103
#
METAL OXIDE FILM RES. 1W J 15k Ω
RN01153DP003
R602#
CEMENT RES. 3W J 1.2 Ω or
RW031R2PG007
R544#
CHIP RES.(1608) 1/10W J 10k Ω
RRXAJB5Z0103
#
CEMENT RES. 5W K 1.2 Ω or
RW051R2DP005
R551
CHIP RES.(1608) 1/10W J 1.5k Ω
RRXAJB5Z0152
#
CEMENT RESISTOR 5W K 1.2 Ω or
RW051R2PG001
R552#
CARBON RES. 1/4W J 1.5k Ω or
RCX4JATZ0152
#
CEMENT RESISTOR 5W J 1.2 Ω
RW051R2Y4001
#
CARBON RES. 1/4W J 1.5k Ω or
RCX4JATZ0152
R603#
METAL OXIDE FILM RES. 2W J 0.22 Ω or
RN02R22ZU001
#
CARBON RES. 1/6W J 1.5k Ω
RCX6JATZ0152
#
METAL OXIDE FILM RES. 2W J 0.22 Ω
RN02R22DP004
R556
CHIP RES.(1608) 1/10W J 4.7 Ω
RRXAJB5Z04R7
R604#
CARBON RES. 1/4W J 1.2M Ω or
RCX4JATZ0125
R557
CHIP RES.(1608) 1/10W J 470 Ω
RRXAJB5Z0471
#
CARBON RES. 1/6W J 1.2M Ω
RCX6JATZ0125
R558
CHIP RES.(1608) 1/10W J 15k Ω
RRXAJB5Z0153
R605
CHIP RES.(1608) 1/10W J 1.2M Ω
RRXAJB5Z0125
R559
CHIP RES.(1608) 1/10W J 820 Ω
RRXAJB5Z0821
R606
CARBON RES. 1/4W J 220 Ω or
RCX4JATZ0221
20020205
3-3-7
T7300EL
Ref. No.
R607
R608
R609
R610
R613
Description
Part No.
CARBON RES. 1/6W J 220 Ω
RCX6JATZ0221
Ref. No.
Description
Part No.
CARBON RES. 1/6W J 68k Ω
RCX6JATZ0683
RCX4JATZ0220
CARBON RES. 1/4W J 220 Ω or
RCX4JATZ0221
R650#
CARBON RES. 1/4W J 22 Ω or
CARBON RES. 1/6W J 220 Ω
RCX6JATZ0221
#
CARBON RES. 1/6W J 22 Ω
RCX6JATZ0220
CARBON RES. 1/4W J 180k Ω or
RCX4JATZ0184
R651#
CARBON RES. 1/4W J 560 Ω or
RCX4JATZ0561
CARBON RES. 1/6W J 180k Ω
RCX6JATZ0184
#
CARBON RES. 1/6W J 560 Ω
RCX6JATZ0561
PCB JUMPER D0.6-P5.0
JW5.0T
R652#
CARBON RES. 1/4W J 560 Ω or
RCX4JATZ0561
CARBON RES. 1/4W J 1.2k Ω or
RCX4JATZ0122
#
CARBON RES. 1/6W J 560 Ω
RCX6JATZ0561
CARBON RES. 1/6W J 1.2k Ω
RCX6JATZ0122
R653
CARBON RES. 1/4W J 100 Ω or
RCX4JATZ0101
CARBON RES. 1/4W J 68 Ω or
RCX4JATZ0680
CARBON RES. 1/6W J 100 Ω
RCX6JATZ0101
CARBON RES. 1/6W J 68 Ω
RCX6JATZ0680
R654#
CARBON RES. 1/2W J 10 Ω or
RCX2JZQZ0100
RCX2100KA013
R614
CHIP RES.(1608) 1/10W J 1.2k Ω
RRXAJB5Z0122
#
CARBON RES. 1/2W J 10 Ω or
R616#
CARBON RES. 1/4W 2.2 Ω J or
RCX4JATZ02R2
#
CARBON RES. 1/2W J 10 Ω
RCX2JZPZ0100
#
CARBON RES. 1/6W J 2.2 Ω
RCX6JATZ02R2
R655#
CARBON RES. 1/4W J 2.7k Ω or
RCX4JATZ0272
R617
R618
CARBON RES. 1/4W J 180 Ω or
RCX4JATZ0181
#
CARBON RES. 1/6W J 2.7k Ω
RCX6JATZ0272
CARBON RES. 1/6W J 180 Ω
RCX6JATZ0181
R656#
METAL OXIDE FILM RES. 2W J 6.8 Ω or
RN026R8ZU001
CARBON RES. 1/4W J 270 Ω or
RCX4JATZ0271
#
METAL OXIDE FILM RES. 2W J 6.8 Ω
RN026R8DP004
CARBON RES. 1/6W J 270 Ω
RCX6JATZ0271
R659
CARBON RES. 1/4W J 100 Ω or
RCX4JATZ0101
CARBON RES. 1/4W J 270 Ω or
RCX4JATZ0271
CARBON RES. 1/6W J 100 Ω
RCX6JATZ0101
CARBON RES. 1/6W J 270 Ω
RCX6JATZ0271
R660
PCB JUMPER D0.6-P5.0
JW5.0T
R620#
CEMENT RES. 5W J 3.9k Ω or
RW05392DP008
R665
PCB JUMPER D0.6-P5.0
JW5.0T
#
CEMENT RES. 5W 3.9k Ω H=25MM or
RW05392PG004
R667
CARBON RES. 1/4W J 1.5k Ω or
RCX4JATZ0152
#
CEMENT RES. 5W J 3.9k Ω
RW05392Y4004
CARBON RES. 1/6W J 1.5k Ω
RCX6JATZ0152
R621
CARBON RES. 1/4W J 15k Ω or
RCX4JATZ0153
R701
CHIP RES.(1608) 1/10W J 82 Ω
RRXAJB5Z0820
CARBON RES. 1/6W J 15k Ω
RCX6JATZ0153
R801#
METAL OXIDE FILM RES. 1W J 12 Ω or
RN01120ZU001
R619
CARBON RES. 1/4W J 15k Ω or
RCX4JATZ0153
#
FIXED METAL OXIDE FILM RES. 1W J 12 Ω
RN01JZPZ0120
CARBON RES. 1/6W J 15k Ω
RCX6JATZ0153
R802#
CHIP RES.(1608) 1/10W J 4.7k Ω
RRXAJB5Z0472
CARBON RES. 1/4W J 33k Ω or
RCX4JATZ0333
R803#
CHIP RES.(1608) 1/10W J 2.2k Ω
RRXAJB5Z0222
CARBON RES. 1/6W J 33k Ω
RCX6JATZ0333
R804
CARBON RES. 1/4W J 2.7k Ω or
RCX4JATZ0272
R624#
CARBON RES. 1/4W J 39k Ω or
RCX4JATZ0393
#
CARBON RES. 1/6W J 39k Ω
RCX6JATZ0393
R625#
CARBON RES. 1/4W J 47k Ω or
RCX4JATZ0473
#
CARBON RES. 1/6W J 47k Ω
RCX6JATZ0473
R629#
CARBON RES. 1/4W J 12k Ω or
RCX4JATZ0123
#
CARBON RES. 1/6W J 12k Ω
RCX6JATZ0123
R630#
CARBON RES. 1/4W J 12k Ω or
RCX4JATZ0123
#
CARBON RES. 1/6W J 12k Ω
R622
R623
R805
R806
CARBON RES. 1/6W J 2.7k Ω
RCX6JATZ0272
CARBON RES. 1/4W J 8.2k Ω or
RCX4JATZ0822
CARBON RES. 1/6W J 8.2k Ω
RCX6JATZ0822
CARBON RES. 1/4W J 47 Ω or
RCX4JATZ0470
CARBON RES. 1/6W J 47 Ω
RCX6JATZ0470
R807
CARBON RES. 1/4W J 47 Ω or
RCX4JATZ0470
CARBON RES. 1/6W J 47 Ω
RCX6JATZ0470
RCX6JATZ0123
R851
CHIP RES.(1608) 1/10W J 22k Ω
RRXAJB5Z0223
R631#
CARBON RES. 1/4W J 13k Ω or
RCX4JATZ0133
R852
CHIP RES.(1608) 1/10W J 3.3k Ω
RRXAJB5Z0332
#
CARBON RES. 1/6W J 13k Ω
RCX6JATZ0133
R853
CHIP RES.(1608) 1/10W J 2.2M Ω
RRXAJB5Z0225
R632#
CARBON RES. 1/4W J 560 Ω or
RCX4JATZ0561
R856
CHIP RES.(1608) 1/10W J 22k Ω
RRXAJB5Z0223
#
CARBON RES. 1/6W J 560 Ω
RCX6JATZ0561
R857
CHIP RES.(1608) 1/10W J 3.3k Ω
RRXAJB5Z0332
R633#
CHIP RES.(1608) 1/10W J 5.6k Ω
RRXAJB5Z0562
R858
CHIP RES.(1608) 1/10W J 6.8k Ω
RRXAJB5Z0682
R634
CHIP RES.(1608) 1/10W J 6.8k Ω
RRXAJB5Z0682
R859
CHIP RES.(1608) 1/10W J 4.7k Ω
RRXAJB5Z0472
R635
CHIP RES.(1608) 1/10W J 10k Ω
RRXAJB5Z0103
R861
CHIP RES.(1608) 1/10W J 6.8k Ω
RRXAJB5Z0682
R639#
METAL OXIDE FILM RES. 2W J 680 Ω or
RN02681ZU001
R862
CHIP RES.(1608) 1/10W J 2.7k Ω
RRXAJB5Z0272
#
METAL OXIDE FILM RES. 2W J 680 Ω
RN02681DP004
R863
CHIP RES.(1608) 1/10W J 10k Ω
RRXAJB5Z0103
R640#
CHIP RES.(1608) 1/10W J 56k Ω
RRXAJB5Z0563
R864
CHIP RES.(1608) 1/10W J 8.2k Ω
RRXAJB5Z0822
R641
CARBON RES. 1/4W J 10k Ω or
RCX4JATZ0103
R865
CHIP RES.(1608) 1/10W J 12k Ω
RRXAJB5Z0123
CARBON RES. 1/6W J 10k Ω
RCX6JATZ0103
R866
CHIP RES.(1608) 1/10W J 330k Ω
RRXAJB5Z0334
R642
CHIP RES.(1608) 1/10W J 5.6k Ω
RRXAJB5Z0562
R867
CHIP RES.(1608) 1/10W J 150 Ω
RRXAJB5Z0151
R644
CARBON RES. 1/4W J 47k Ω or
RCX4JATZ0473
R868
CHIP RES.(1608) 1/10W J 22k Ω
RRXAJB5Z0223
CARBON RES. 1/6W J 47k Ω
RCX6JATZ0473
R869
CHIP RES.(1608) 1/10W J 820 Ω
RRXAJB5Z0821
R645#
CARBON RES. 1/4W J 220 Ω or
RCX4JATZ0221
R871
CARBON RES. 1/4W J 1k Ω or
RCX4JATZ0102
#
CARBON RES. 1/6W J 220 Ω
RCX6JATZ0221
CARBON RES. 1/6W J 1k Ω
RCX6JATZ0102
R646#
METAL OXIDE FILM RES. 1W J 47 Ω or
RN01470ZU001
R872
CHIP RES.(1608) 1/10W J 22k Ω
RRXAJB5Z0223
#
METAL OXIDE FILM RES. 1W J 47 Ω
RN01470DP003
R873
CARBON RES. 1/4W J 47k Ω or
RCX4JATZ0473
R647#
METAL OXIDE FILM RES. 1W J 47 Ω or
RN01470ZU001
#
METAL OXIDE FILM RES. 1W J 47 Ω
RN01470DP003
R874
CARBON RES. 1/6W J 47k Ω
RCX6JATZ0473
CARBON RES. 1/4W J 100 Ω or
RCX4JATZ0101
R648#
CARBON RES. 1/2W J 5.6 Ω or
RCX2JZQZ05R6
CARBON RES. 1/6W J 100 Ω
RCX6JATZ0101
#
CARBON RES. 1/2W J 5.6 Ω or
RCX25R6KA013
R875
CHIP RES.(1608) 1/10W J 2.2k Ω
RRXAJB5Z0222
#
CARBON RES. 1/2W J 5.6 Ω
RCX2JZPZ05R6
R876
CHIP RES.(1608) 1/10W J 2.2k Ω
RRXAJB5Z0222
R649
CARBON RES. 1/4W J 68k Ω or
RCX4JATZ0683
R877
CARBON RES. 1/4W J 820 Ω or
RCX4JATZ0821
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Ref. No.
Description
CARBON RES. 1/6W J 820 Ω
Part No.
RCX6JATZ0821
SWITCHES
SW201
SW202
SW203
SW204
SW205
SW206
SW207
SW208
SW209
SW210
SW211
SW212
Ref. No.
Description
Part No.
JK501#
CRT SOCKET ISMS02S
JSCC220PK003
JK701
RCA JACK(YELLOW) MSP-281V4-B or
JXRL010LY003
RCA JACK(YELLOW) AV1-15-3
JXRL010RP013
JK702
RCA JACK(WHITE) MSP-281V1-B or
JXRL010LY005
RCA JACK(WHITE) AV1-15-4
JXRL010RP014
JK801
EARPHONE JACK MSJ-035-12APC or
JYSL030LY001
EARPHONE JACK HTJ-035-1ZEBTZ or
JYSL030GE001
TACT SWITCH SKQSAB or
SST0101AL038
TACT SWITCH SKHHAM or
SST0101AL029
TACT SWITCH KSM0612B
SST0101HH003
TACT SWITCH SKQSAB or
SST0101AL038
TACT SWITCH SKHHAM or
SST0101AL029
TACT SWITCH KSM0612B
SST0101HH003
TACT SWITCH SKQSAB or
SST0101AL038
PS601#
TACT SWITCH SKHHAM or
SST0101AL029
RS201
TACT SWITCH KSM0612B
SST0101HH003
EARPHONE JACK HSJ1403-01-010
JYSL030HD002
THERMISTOR ZPB45BL7R0A
QNZZ45BL7R0A
REMOTE RECEIVER MIM-93M6DKF or
USESJRSUNT01
REMOTE RECEIVER PIC-37042LU
USESJRSKK033
TACT SWITCH SKQSAB or
SST0101AL038
SA601#
SURGE ABSORBER JVR-07N471K or
NVQZVR07N471
TACT SWITCH SKHHAM or
SST0101AL029
#
SURGE ABSORBER CNR-10D471K or
NVQZR10D471K
TACT SWITCH KSM0612B
SST0101HH003
#
SURGE ABSORBER CNR-07D471K or
NVQZR07D471K
TACT SWITCH SKQSAB or
SST0101AL038
#
SURGE ABSORBER PVR-07D471KB
NVQZ07D471KB
TACT SWITCH SKHHAM or
SST0101AL029
SF001
SAW FILTER SAFGM45M7VHGZM0B03
FBB456PMR007
TACT SWITCH KSM0612B
SST0101HH003
SG601#
GAP. FNR-G3.10D
FAZ000LD6005
TACT SWITCH SKQSAB or
SST0101AL038
T571#
FLYBACK TRANS BSC21-2042S or
LTF00CPS2053
TACT SWITCH SKHHAM or
SST0101AL029
#
FLYBACK TRANS BSC25-0244
LTF00CPP1017
TACT SWITCH KSM0612B
SST0101HH003
T572
H0RIZONTAL DRIVE TRANS LP2-004
LTH00CPA5004
TACT SWITCH SKQSAB or
SST0101AL038
T601#
SWITCHING TRANS 01747
LTT00CPKT090
TACT SWITCH SKHHAM or
SST0101AL029
TB3
HEAD SHIELD(NTSC) T5300UA
0EM301560
TACT SWITCH KSM0612B
SST0101HH003
TB7
LED HOLDER T5300UA
0EM406868
TACT SWITCH SKQSAB or
SST0101AL038
TB9
19VPOW HEAT SINK PGE ASSEMBLY T7300UA 0EM406801
TACT SWITCH SKHHAM or
SST0101AL029
TB21
BUSH, LED(F) H3700UD
0VM409508
TACT SWITCH KSM0612B
SST0101HH003
TB26
19V H/V HEAT SINK PGG T7300UA
0EM406806
TL2
SCREW, B-TIGHT M3X8 BIND HEAD+ or
GBMB3080
SCREW, B-TIGHT M3X8 BIND HEAD+
GBMB3080
TACT SWITCH SKQSAB or
SST0101AL038
TACT SWITCH SKHHAM or
SST0101AL029
TACT SWITCH KSM0612B
SST0101HH003
TU001#
TUNER B8095AP
UTUNNTUSP018
TACT SWITCH SKQSAB or
SST0101AL038
TU001
TUNER ENV56DB3G3
UTUNNTUMS009
TACT SWITCH SKHHAM or
SST0101AL029
VR601#
CARBON P.O.T. 10k Ω B or
VRCB103KA011
TACT SWITCH KSM0612B
SST0101HH003
#
CARBON P.O.T. 10k Ω B
VRCB103HH014
LEAF SWITCH LSA-1142AU or
SSC0101KB013
W601#
AC CORD PB8K9F9110A-057 or
WAC0172LW008
LEAF SWITCH MXS00052MPP0 or
SSC0101MCE01
#
AC CORD WAC0172LTE01 or
WAC0172LTE01
LEAF SWITCH MXS00981MPP0
SSC0101MCE02
#
AC CORD WAC0172AS006
WAC0172AS006
ROTARY MODE SWITCH SSS-43MD or
SSR0106KB001
X201
X'TAL 32.768kHz(20PPM) or
FXC323LJNY01
ROTARY MODE SWITCH R8100212
SSR0106U3001
MISCELLANEOUS
X202
X'TAL 32.768kHz(20PPM) or
FXC323LCT001
X'TAL 32.768kHz(20PPM)
FXC323LDS002
BC571
BEAD INDUCTORS FBA04HA600VB-00
LLBF00STU026
X'TAL HC-49/U 10.6MHz or
FXD106LLN001
BC601
BEAD INDUCTORS FBR07HA121TB-00
LLBF00ZTU021
X'TAL AT49-10.6 or
FXD106LDS002
BC602
BEAD INDUCTORS FBR07HA121TB-00
LLBF00ZTU021
X'TAL :10.6MHz S8562
FXD106LCT001
BC603
BEAD INDUCTORS FBR07HA121TB-00
LLBF00ZTU021
X301
BC604
BEAD INDUCTORS FBR07HA121TB-00
LLBF00ZTU021
X401
X'TAL 3.579545 MHz
FXD355LLN003
X'TAL 3.579545MHz(20PPM) or
FXC355LJNY01
BC605
BEAD INDUCTORS FBR07HA121TB-00
LLBF00ZTU021
X'TAL 3.579545MHz(20PPM) or
FXC355LLN003
BC606
PCB JUMPER D0.6-P5.0
JW5.0T
X'TAL 3.579545MHz(20PPM) or
FXC355LDS001
CERAMIC TRAP 4.5MHz or
FBE455PMR003
X'TAL 3.579545MHz
FXC355LLN001
4.5M TRAP XT4.5MB2
FBE455PLN001
CF301
CF302
CERAMIC FILTER SFSRA4M50CF00-B0 or
FBB455PMR004
4.5M FILTER LTH4.5MCB
FBB455PLN001
CL201
FFC/FPC CONNECTOR 12P 04 6232 112 103 800 JC62D12TM003
CL501A
LEAD WIRE 3P/350
LEAD WIRE 4P 340MM
WX1T7200-101
F601#
FUSE 4.00A/125V or
PAGU20CAG402
#
FUSE 51MS040L or
PAFC20CHV402
FUSE 4A/125V 237 TYPE or
PAGJ20CAG402
FUSE STC4A125V U/CT
PAGE20CW3402
FH601
FUSE HOLDER MSF-015
XH01Z00LY001
FH601#
FUSE HOLDER FH-V-03078
XH01Z00DK001
FH602
FUSE HOLDER MSF-015
XH01Z00LY001
#
FH602#
FUSE HOLDER FH-V-03078
Ref. No.
XH01Z00DK001
Description
CRT CBA (MMA-B)
Consists of the followings
WX1T7300-101
CL504A
#
CRT CBA
Part No.
------------
CAPACITORS
C501
CHIP CERAMIC CAP. CH J 470pF/50V
CHD1JJBCH471
C502
CHIP CERAMIC CAP. CH J 470pF/50V
CHD1JJBCH471
C503
CHIP CERAMIC CAP. CH J 470pF/50V
CHD1JJBCH471
C507
ELECTROLYTIC CAP. 47µF/25V M or
CE1EMASDL470
ELECTROLYTIC CAP. 47µF/25V M
CE1EMASTL470
COIL
L501
PCB JUMPER D0.6-P5.0
JW5.0T
TRANSISTORS
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Ref. No.
Q501
Q502
Q503
Description
Part No.
TRANSISTOR 2SC2482 TPE6 or
QQSZ02SC2482
TRANSISTOR 2SC3468(E)-AE or
QQSE02SC3468
TRANSISTOR 2SC3468(D)-AE or
QQSD02SC3468
TRANSISTOR KTC3207
NQSZ0KTC3207
TRANSISTOR 2SC2482 TPE6 or
QQSZ02SC2482
TRANSISTOR 2SC3468(E)-AE or
QQSE02SC3468
TRANSISTOR 2SC3468(D)-AE or
QQSD02SC3468
TRANSISTOR KTC3207
NQSZ0KTC3207
TRANSISTOR 2SC2482 TPE6 or
QQSZ02SC2482
TRANSISTOR 2SC3468(E)-AE or
QQSE02SC3468
TRANSISTOR 2SC3468(D)-AE or
QQSD02SC3468
TRANSISTOR KTC3207
NQSZ0KTC3207
RESISTORS
R504
CARBON RES. 1/4W J 1.5k Ω
RCX4JATZ0152
R505
CARBON RES. 1/4W J 1.5k Ω
RCX4JATZ0152
R506
CARBON RES. 1/4W J 1.5k Ω
RCX4JATZ0152
R507
CARBON RES. 1/4W J 1.5k Ω
RCX4JATZ0152
R508
CARBON RES. 1/4W J 1.5k Ω
RCX4JATZ0152
R511#
CARBON RES. 1/4W J 150k Ω
RCX4JATZ0154
R512#
CARBON RES. 1/4W J 150k Ω
RCX4JATZ0154
R513#
CARBON RES. 1/4W J 150k Ω
RCX4JATZ0154
R514
CARBON RES. 1/4W J 1.5k Ω
RCX4JATZ0152
R516
CHIP RES.(1608) 1/10W J 15 Ω
RRXAJB5Z0150
R517
CARBON RES. 1/4W J 560 Ω or
RCX4JATZ0561
CARBON RES. 1/6W J 560 Ω
RCX6JATZ0561
R518
CHIP RES.(1608) 1/10W J 15 Ω
RRXAJB5Z0150
R519
CARBON RES. 1/4W J 560 Ω or
RCX4JATZ0561
CARBON RES. 1/6W J 560 Ω
RCX6JATZ0561
R520
CHIP RES.(1608) 1/10W J 15 Ω
RRXAJB5Z0150
R521
CARBON RES. 1/4W J 560 Ω or
RCX4JATZ0561
CARBON RES. 1/6W J 560 Ω
RCX6JATZ0561
SENSOR CBA
Ref. No.
Description
SENSOR CBA
Consists of the followings
Part No.
0ESA04524
TRANSISTORS
Q201
Q202
PHOTO TRANSISTOR PT204-6B-12 or
NPWZT2046B12
PHOTO TRANSISTOR MID-32A22
NPWZM1D32A22
PHOTO TRANSISTOR PT204-6B-12 or
NPWZT2046B12
PHOTO TRANSISTOR MID-32A22
NPWZM1D32A22
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T7300EL
DECK PARTS LIST
Note: There are two different, but interchangeable
types of CLEANER LEVER(B359) in this model, and
have different combination with B361. Please see Table
1 for details and combination.
Table 1 (B359 and B361 Combination)
B359 CLEANER LEVER
Type
ID No.
A
0VM304413
B
0VM305090
Ref.No
B361
ID No.
0VM411114
Not used
Description
Part No.
Ref.No
B499
Description
Part No.
T LEVER HOLDER MK10
0VM304419
B501
WORM HOLDER MK11
0VM305067
B502
CAM GEAR(B) MK10
0VM304403
B505
PSCW(625504) MK11
0VM413288
B507
REEL WASHER MK9 5*2.1*0.5
0VM410058
B508
S BRAKE SPRING MK10
0VM411121
B513
PSCW(752605) MK10
0VM411516
B514
SCREW RACK MK11
0VM412597
B516
REEL WASHER MK9 5*2.1*0.5
0VM410058
B518
P.S.W CUT 1.6X4.0X0.5T
0VM408485A
B520
T BRAKE SPRING MK10
0VM411123
B521
SOFT SPRING MK10
0VM411122
B522
TG POST ASSEMBLY MK11
0VSA12080
LDG BELT MK11
0VM412804
0VSA12086
B2
CYLINDER ASSEMBLY MK11 NTSC 2HD SQPB
N1428CYL
B525
B3
LOADING MOTOR ASSEMBLY MK11
0VSA12093
B529
CLEANER ASSEMBLY MK11
B8
PULLEY ASSEMBLY MK11
0VSA12078
B551
FF ARM MK11
0VM305069
B9
MOVING GUIDE S PREPARATION MK10
0VSA11002
B553
REV SPRING MK11
0VM412555
B10
MOVING GUIDE T PREPARATION MK10
0VSA11004
B555
RACK ASSEMBLY MK11
0VSA12071
MOTOR PULLEY U5
0VM403205A
B11
LOADING ARM T(B) ASSEMBLY MK11
0VSA12110
B557
B12
LOADING ARM S(B) ASSEMBLY MK11
0VSA12109
B558
LOADING MOTOR M31E-1 R14 7351
MMDZB12MM002
B27
TENSION LEVER SUB ASSEMBLY MK11
0VSA12076
B559
CLUTCH ASSEMBLY MK11
0VSA12350
0VSA12305
B560
KICK SPRING MK10
0VM411475A
C DRIVE LEVER L MK10
0VM304408
B31
AC HEAD ASSEMBLY MK11(TVCR)
B35
TAPE GUIDE ASSEMBLY MK11
0VSA12069
B562
B37
CAPSTAN MOTOR 288/VCCM011
N9660CMT
B563
SLIDER SHAFT MK10
0VM411112
B52
CAP BELT MK10
0VM411138
B564
M GEAR MK10
0VM411136E
B73
FE HEAD ASSEMBLY MK11 or
N9742FEL
B565
SENSOR GEAR MK11
0VM305080
FE HEAD(MK11) MH-131SF11 or
DHVEC01Z0005
B567
PINCH ARM(B) MK10
0VM304396
FE HEAD ASSEMBLY MK11
N9743FEL
B568
BT ARM MK10
0VM304417H
PRISM MK10
0VM202870
B569
CAM HOLDER F MK11
0VM305075
CAM RACK SPG MK10
0VM411102
B74
B121
WORM MK11
0VM412544
B570
B126
PULLEY MK11
0VM412543
B571
P.S.W F 6*2.55*0.5
0VM402629A
B133
IDLER ASSEMBLY MK10
0VSA11017
B572
P.S.W CUT 1.6X4.0X0.5T
0VM408485A
B148
TG CAP MK11
0VM412972
B573
REEL S MK11
0VM203436
0VM305068
B574
REEL T MK10
0VM202872C
PSW(2957505) MK11
0VM412745
B300
C DRIVE LEVER R MK11
B303
F DOOR OPENER MK11
0VM203299
B585
B347
GUIDE HOLDER A MK10
0VM304920
L1051
SCREW, B-TIGHT M2.6X6 PAN HEAD+
GPMB9060
B354
SLIDER R MK11
0VM101040
L1053
SCREW, S-TIGHT M2.6X8 WASHER HEAD+
GCMS9080
B355
SLIDER L MK11
0VM203296
L1151
SCREW, SEMS M2.6X4 PAN HEAD+
CPM39040
CLEANER LEVER MK10 or
0VM304413
L1191
SCREW, S-TIGHT M2.6X8 WASHER HEAD+
GCMS9080
CLEANER LEVER MK11
0VM305090
L1321
SCREW, S-TIGHT M3X6 BIND HEAD+
GBMS3060
CLEANER ROLLER MK9
0VM410032C
L1341
SCREW, P-TIGHT M2.6X6 BIND HEAD+
GBMP9060
AC HEAD SCREW MK9
0VM410964
B359
B360
B361
CL POST MK10
0VM411114
L1406
B410
PINCH ARM(A) ASSEMBLY MK11
0VSA12064
L1450
SCREW, SEMS M2.6X5 PAN HEAD+
CPM39050
B411
PINCH SPRING MK10
0VM411092
L1461
SCREW, P-TIGHT M2.6X6 WASHER HEAD+
GCMP9060
B414
M BRAKE S ASSEMBLY MK11
0VSA12211
L1466
SCREW, S-TIGHT M2.6X6 BIND HEAD+
GBMS9060
SCREW, S-TIGHT M2.6X5 WASHER HEAD+
GCMS9050
SCREW, B-TIGHT M1.7X12
GAMB7120
B416
M BRAKE T ASSEMBLY MK11
0VSA12212
L1467
B417
TENSION SPG(190265) MK11
0VM412984
L1468
B425
LOCK LEVER SPRING MK10
0VM411110
B426
KICK PULLEY MK10
0VM411095
B482
C PLATE MK11
0VM203297
B483
LOCK LEVER MK10
0VM411109D
B487
BAND BRAKE MK10
0VM304416B
B488
MODE LEVER MK11 or
0VM101043
MODE LEVER(PB) MK11
0VM101112
CAM GEAR(A) MK11
0VM101044
B492
MODE GEAR MK11
0VM305074
B494
DOOR OPENER B MK11
0VM305072
B491
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T7300DPL
SC319C/6319CC/EWC1902
T7300UA/2UC/3UD
Printed in Japan
2002-02-20 HO