SVT-RA40 Service Manual - Buy parts and accessories

SVT-RA40 Service Manual - Buy parts and accessories
TIME LAPSE VIDEOCASSETTE RECORDER
SVT-RA40
SVT-RA168
COMPUTER INTRFACE BOARD
SVT-RS100
SERVICE MANUAL
1st Edition
! WARNING
This manual is intended for qualified service personnel only.
To reduce the risk of electric shock, fire or injury, do not perform any servicing other than that
contained in the operating instructions unless you are qualified to do so. Refer all servicing to
qualified service personnel.
! WARNUNG
Die Anleitung ist nur fГјr qualifiziertes Fachpersonal bestimmt.
Alle Wartungsarbeiten dГјrfen nur von qualifiziertem Fachpersonal ausgefГјhrt werden. Um die
Gefahr eines elektrischen Schlages, Feuergefahr und Verletzungen zu vermeiden, sind bei
Wartungsarbeiten strikt die Angaben in der Anleitung zu befolgen. Andere als die angegeben
Wartungsarbeiten dürfen nur von Personen ausgeführt werden, die eine spezielle Befähigung
dazu besitzen.
! AVERTISSEMENT
Ce manual est destiné uniquement aux personnes compétentes en charge de l’entretien. Afin
de réduire les risques de décharge électrique, d’incendie ou de blessure n’effectuer que les
réparations indiquées dans le mode d’emploi à moins d’être qualifié pour en effectuer d’autres.
Pour toute rГ©paration faire appel Г une personne compГ©tente uniquement.
SVT-RA40/RA168
CAUTION
ADVARSEL
Danger of explosion if battery is incorrectly replaced.
Lithiumbatteri - Eksplosjonsfare.
Ved utskifting benyttes kun batteri som
anbefalt av apparatfabrikanten.
Brukt batteri returneres
apparatleverandГёren.
Replace only with the same or equivalent type
recommended by the manufacturer.
Dispose of used batteries according to the
manufacturer’s instructions.
VARNING
Vorsicht!
Explosionsgefahr bei unsachgemäßem Austausch
der Batterie.
Ersatz nur durch denselben oder einen vom
Hersteller empfohlenen Г¤hnlichen Typ. Entsorgung
gebrauchter Batterien nach Angaben des
Herstellers.
Explosionsfara vid felaktigt batteribyte.
Använd samma batterityp eller en likvärdig typ
som rekommenderas av apparattillverkaren.
Kassera använt batteri enligt gällande
föreskrifter.
VAROITUS
ATTENTION
Il y a danger d’explosion s’il y a remplacement
incorrect de la batterie.
Paristo voi räjähtää jos se on virheellisesti
asennettu.
Vaihda paristo ainoastaan laitevalmistajan
suosittelemaan tyyppiin.
Hävitä käytetty paristo valmistajan ohjeiden
mukaisesti.
Remplacer uniquement avec une batterie du mГЄme
type ou d’un type équivalent recommandé par le
constructeur.
Mettre au rebut les batteries usagГ©es conformГ©ment
aux instructions du fabricant.
ADVARSEL!
Lithiumbatteri-Eksplosionsfare ved fejlagtig
hГҐndtering.
Udskiftning mГҐ kun ske med batteri
af samme fabrikat og type.
LevГ©r det brugte batteri tilbage til leverandГёren.
SVT-RA40/RA168
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Table of Contents
Manual Structure
Purpose of this manual .............................................................................................. 5
Related manuals ......................................................................................................... 5
Contents ..................................................................................................................... 6
1. Service Overview
1-1.
1-2.
1-3.
1-4.
1-5.
1-6.
Maintenance Table on the Monitor Screen ................................................. 1-1
Removal of Cabinet, Mechanism Unit, and Main Board ............................ 1-3
1-2-1. Removing the Cabinet Parts ....................................................... 1-3
1-2-2. Removing the Mechanism Main Unit and
the CP-1 PWB Assembly ........................................................... 1-4
Temporarily Setting Up and Connecting CP-1 PWB Assembly ................ 1-5
Installation of the Front Panel ..................................................................... 1-5
Circuit Board Locations .............................................................................. 1-6
Lithium Battery for Backup ........................................................................ 1-6
2. Mechanical Adjustments
1.
2.
3.
SVT-RA40/RA168
Maintaining and Checking the Mechanism .................................................... 2-1
1-1. Regular Checks and Maintenance Items ............................................. 2-1
1-1-1. Regular Checks .......................................................................... 2-2
1-2. Service Tools and Cleaning ................................................................ 2-3
1-2-1. Service Tools .............................................................................. 2-3
1-2-2. Cleaning ..................................................................................... 2-4
An Overview of the Mechanism ..................................................................... 2-5
2-1. Names of the Main Parts ..................................................................... 2-5
2-1-1. Cassette Mechanism Assembly .................................................. 2-5
2-1-2. Topview...................................................................................... 2-6
2-1-3. Underside ................................................................................... 2-7
2-2. An Overview of the Mechanism Modes ............................................. 2-8
2-2-1. Mechanism Mode Switching Table ........................................... 2-8
2-2-2. Movement Check List for the Main Parts of the Mechanism .... 2-9
2-2-3. How To Check The Mechanism Mode Position ........................ 2-9
2-2-4. Self-diagnosis Display ............................................................... 2-9
Disassembling the Main Parts of the Mechanism ......................................... 2-10
3-1. How to Make the Mechanism Move ................................................. 2-10
3-1-1. Operating the Loading Motor by the Manual Method ............. 2-10
3-1-2. Making the Mechanism Move Using the Manual Method ...... 2-11
3-2. Mechanism Unit ................................................................................ 2-11
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3-3. Cassette Drive Mechanism ................................................................ 2-12
3-3-1. Cassette Mechanism Assembly ................................................ 2-12
3-3-2. Cassette Drive Gear .................................................................. 2-12
3-3-3. Door Opener, Under Frame and Stand L ................................. 2-13
3-3-4. Start Rack Gear and Front Rack Gear ...................................... 2-13
3-4. Cleaner Roller Assembly .................................................................. 2-14
3-5. Cylinder (Drum) ................................................................................ 2-15
3-5-1. Cylinder (Drum) Motor, Upper Cylinder Assembly ................ 2-15
3-5-2. Cylinder Mounting ................................................................... 2-16
3-6. FE Head and ACE Head ................................................................... 2-17
3-6-1. Audio R/P Head Assembly (ACE Head) ................................. 2-17
3-6-2. Full Erase Head ........................................................................ 2-17
3-7. Capstan Motor ................................................................................... 2-18
3-7-1. Capstan Motor .......................................................................... 2-18
3-7-2. Capstan Brake Assembly ......................................................... 2-19
3-8. Loading Motor Assembly and Worm Gear Assembly ...................... 2-19
3-9. Pinch Roller Pressur Mechanism ...................................................... 2-20
3-9-1. Pinch Roller Lever Assembly .................................................. 2-20
3-9-2. Pinch Lift Cam and Pinch Cam Gear ....................................... 2-21
3-10. L Guide Act Lever Assembly, Load Lever Assembly and
Stopper Lever Assembly ................................................................... 2-22
3-11. BT Lever Assembly .......................................................................... 2-22
3-12. Reel Drive Mechanism ...................................................................... 2-23
3-12-1. Reel Belt, Reel Pulley, Friction Gear Assembly and
Clutch Change Lever ................................................................ 2-23
3-12-2. Clutch Mounting Assembly ..................................................... 2-23
3-12-3. S Soft Lever, Supply Reel Assembly and S Reel Gear ............ 2-24
3-12-4. T Soft Brake Assembly, Take Up Reel Assembly,
T Reel Gear .............................................................................. 2-24
3-13. Brakes ................................................................................................ 2-25
3-13-1. S Brake Assembly, T Brake Assembly, T Brake Act Slide ..... 2-25
3-13-2. Brake Control Lever and Brake Act Lever Assembly ............. 2-25
3-13-3. S Brake Act Slide and BT Spring Lever Assembly ................. 2-26
3-14. Guides ............................................................................................... 2-27
3-14-1. Guide Roller Assembly ............................................................ 2-27
3-14-2. S and T Incline Mounting Assemblies ..................................... 2-27
3-15. Wheel Gear 2, Main Cam and OPT Pinch Relay Gear ..................... 2-28
3-16. Crescent Slide .................................................................................... 2-29
3-17. S Load Gear, T Load Gear, S Load Lever Assembly and
T Load Lever Assembly .................................................................... 2-30
3-18. Tape Sensors, Reel Sensor and EP SW Lever .................................. 2-31
3-18-1. Tape Top Sensor and Tape End Sensor ................................... 2-31
3-18-2. Reel Sensor ............................................................................... 2-31
3-18-3. EP Switch Lever ....................................................................... 2-32
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4.
5.
Mechanism Checks and Adjustments ........................................................... 2-33
4-1. Reel Table Torque Check .................................................................. 2-33
4-2. Adjusting the BT Lever Assembly Position and
Checking the Back Tension Torque in Play Mode ........................... 2-34
4-2-1. BT Lever Pole Position Adjustment ........................................ 2-34
4-2-2. Checking the Back Tension Torque Play Mode ...................... 2-34
4-3. Tape Path Adjustment ....................................................................... 2-34
4-3-1. Adjustment Procedure .............................................................. 2-35
4-3-2. Load Lever Assembly Height Adjustment ............................... 2-35
4-3-3. Guide Roller Height Adjustment ............................................. 2-36
4-3-4. Audio R/P Head (ACE Head) Height Adjustment,
Azimuth Adjustment and Horizontal Position Adjustment ..... 2-37
4-3-5. Checking After Adjustment ..................................................... 2-38
Test Points for Tape Path Adjustment .......................................................... 2-38
3. Electrical Adjustments
3-1.
3-2.
Servo Circuit Adjustment ............................................................................ 3-1
3-1-1. Test Equipment and Standards Required ................................... 3-1
3-1-2. Location Of Adjustment Points .................................................. 3-1
3-1-3. Switching Position Adj. ............................................................. 3-2
3-1-4. 24 H Play Tracking Confirm and Adj. ....................................... 3-2
3-1-5. F. Slow Tracking Confirm and Adj............................................ 3-3
Video Circuit Adjustment ........................................................................... 3-4
3-2-1. Test Equipment and Standards Required ................................... 3-4
3-2-2. Comb Filter Adj. ........................................................................ 3-4
3-2-3. 2 H Delay Level Adj. ................................................................. 3-4
4. Spare Parts
4-1.
4-2.
4-3.
Notes on Repair Parts .................................................................................. 4-1
Exploded Views .......................................................................................... 4-2
Electrical Parts List ..................................................................................... 4-9
5. Semiconductors
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6. Block Diagrams
Overall Wiring ............................................................................................ 6-1
Mechanism Connection ............................................................................... 6-2
Audio Circuit ............................................................................................... 6-3
Video Circuit ............................................................................................... 6-4
System Control & Servo Circuit ................................................................. 6-5
7. Schematic Diagrams
CT-1 Board (Option Board for SVT-RS100) .............................................. 7-1
IC002 Interface MPU Pin Function Table .................................................. 7-1
CP-1 Board (VA-A) .................................................................................... 7-2
Video Circuit Waveforms ........................................................................... 7-4
IC301 System Control, Timer, OSC & Servo MPU Pin Function Table ... 7-4
CP-1 Board (SY-A) ..................................................................................... 7-5
Servo Circuit Waveforms ............................................................................ 7-6
Display (FLD) Grid/Anode Assignment Drawing & Table ........................ 7-6
TM-1, TM-2 Board ..................................................................................... 7-7
PW-1 Board ................................................................................................. 7-8
8. Board Layouts
CP-1 Board .................................................................................................. 8-1
TM-1 Board ................................................................................................. 8-2
TM-2 Board ................................................................................................. 8-2
CT-1 Board (Option Board for SVT-RS100) .............................................. 8-2
PW-1 Board ................................................................................................. 8-3
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SVT-RA40/RA168
Manual Structure
Purpose of this manual
This manual is the Service Manual for the time lapse videocassette recorder
SVT-RA40/RA168 and the option board Computer Interface Board SVT-RS100.
This service manual provides the information of maintenance and detailed service
(parts replacement, guideline for adjustment, schematic diagrams, board layouts,
detailed parts list).
Related manuals
In addition to this Service Manual, the following manuals are provided.
. Operating Instructions
SVT-RA40 (Supplied with Model SVT-RA40)
Part number: 3-206-678-XX
SVT-RA168 (Supplied with Model SVT-RA168)
Part number: 3-206-574-XX
SVT-RS100 (Supplied with Model SVT-RS100)
Part number: 3-206-934-XX
SVT-RA40/RA168
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Contents
This service manual is organized by following sections.
Section 1 Service Overview
Describes the information that is required to service (maintenance table on the
monitor screen, removal of cabinet, mechanism unit and main board, circuit board
locations, etc.).
Section 2 Mechanical Adjustments
Describes the recommended periodic maintenance, the cleaning procedure, service
tools, disassembling the main parts of the mechanism and tape path adjustment.
Section 3 Electrical Adjustments
Describes the electrical alignment for the maintenance of this unit.
Section 4 Spare Parts
Describes the exploded views, the mechanical parts list and the electrical parts list.
Section 5 Semiconductors
Describes information on semiconductors used for unit.
Section 6 Block Diagrams
Describes the overall wiring and the block diagrams of each board.
Section 7 Schematic Diagrams
Describes the schematic diagrams for the unit.
Section 8 Board Layouts
Describes the board layouts for the unit.
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Section 1
Service Overview
1-1. Maintenance Table on the Monitor Screen
To display the maintenance table, press “MENU” button with “REC/PLAY SPEED _(_)” button while
the fourth MENU <ALARM TIME> is displayed.
*ALARM DATA
Normal screen
Press “MENU” button with “REC/
PLAY SPEED –(_)” button
“MENU” button
Maintenance table 1
The used time of each mode (part) is displayed, and can be
reset by items.
Access the maintenance-screen according to the above,
and then Fig. below is displayed and VIDEO HEAD will
blink.
Move the blinking to the item to be reset with “TRACKING – ( ▼ ) ” button and press the “MENU RESET”
button, and then the used time for the item will be reset.
< MAINTENANCE TABLE 1 >
USED TIME RESET
*VIDEO HEAD
0 0 0 0 0 H
*POWER ON
0 0 0 0 0 H
*ALARM DATA
0 0 0 0 0 0
NEXT TABLE :
When the “MENU RESET” button is pressed during
display and resetting all data.
VIDEO HEAD: Used time of the video head (cylinder)
total hours.
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Reset when the cylinder is replaced.
POWER ON:
Hours of the power supply being.
ALARM DATA: Number of ALARM REC.
Total counts of ALARM.
Maintenance table 2
Maintenance table 1
“TRACKING +
( )” button
Maintenance table 2
As shown in Fig. below Maintenance Table 2, <ERROR>
is displayed on the screen.
< MAINTENANCE TABLE 2 >
ERROR
DATE
CODE
POSITION
1 06 - 26 - 02
E01
08
2 -----------3 -----------4 -----------5 -----------6 -----------7 -----------8 -----------When the “MENU RESET” button is pressed during
display and resetting all data.
<ERROR> : Dates and error codes are displayed when
VCR happens to be in an abnormal condition
and the system is down.
The newest data is displayed in the first line,
and the old ones are moved down one by one.
Not-displayed old data is cleared automatically.
n
The data for the maintenance tables are memoried in E2
PROM, and the memory can be kept if the timer microcomputer is reset.
SVT-RA40/RA168
1-1
Error Codes (Self-Diagnosis Contents)
No.
Problem
Mechanism Operations and State After Occurrence
E01
The cylinder does not rotate.
The tape winds around the cylinder.
Shift to the STOP mode.
Unload forcibly.
E02
The take-up reel does not rotate.
Shift to the STOP mode.
E03
The capstan motor does not rotate.
Shift to the STOP mode.
E04
The tape can not be loaded.
(But unloading can be performed.)
Unload, shift to the ST-BY mode, and the power goes off.
E05
The tape can be loaded with the cassette inserted.
But unloading can not be performed or the loading
and unloading cannot be performed with the
cassette inserted. (The tape guide is caught.)
The power is forcibly turned off with the mechanism at its current
position.
E06
Front unloading cannot be performed when ejecting
the cassette. (Front loading can be performed.)
Front loading, shift to the STOP mode or ST-BY mode.
E07
Front loading and front unloading cannot be performed when ejecting the cassette. (The cassette is
caught in the mechanism front.)
The power is forcibly turned off with the mechanism at its current
position.
E09
The mechanism becomes 7 (INITIAL) while moving
from 1 (BRAKE), 2 (STOP), 3 (PLAY), 4 (STILL/
SLOW), and to 5 (REVERSE FRAME ADVANCE).
(The mechanism mode switch is faulty.)
Carry out the tape take-up operations, and shift to STOP mode.
E10
The capstan motor does not rotate, or the capstan
motor and the cylinder motor does not rotate with
the cassette inserted.
Shift to the EJECT mode.
E11
The cylinder motor does not rotate with the cassette
inserted.
Shift to the EJECT mode.
E12
The supply reel does the tape eject when tape
unloading.
Shift to the EJECT mode.
E13
The tape cannot be loaded with the cassette
inserted.
Shift to the EJECT mode.
E14
The tape cannot be loaded normally.
Shift to the EJECT mode.
E15
The mechanism does not move to the correct
position after tape loading.
The power is forcibly turned off with the mechanism at its current
position.
E16
Mechanism position “3” cannot be used during
intermittent recording.
Shift to the STOP mode.
Mechanism Mode Display Contents
Mode. No.
Mechanism mode
Mode. No.
Mechanism mode
Mode. No.
Mechanism mode
00
CASSETTE OUT
09
REC
32
INTERMITTENT REC
01
STAND-BY
12
CUE
33
REVERSE STILL
02
STOP
13
REVIEW
03
STILL
14
FAST FORWARD
04
REC-PAUSE
15
REWIND
06
FRAME ADVANCE
30
REVERSE PLAY
08
PLAY
31
REVERSE FRAME ADVANCE
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1-2. Removal of Cabinet, Mechanism Unit, and Main Board
1-2-1. Removing the Cabinet Parts
1. Remove the cabinet and bottom cover by removing the four screws (1) and five
screws (2).
2. Remove the front panel by removing the locks of the clamps (A) using a
screwdriver, etc. and slightly rotating the bottom part in the direction of the
arrow.
m
. Electrical adjustments for the this model can be performed with only the cabinet
removed.
. When replacing the bottom cover, do not tighten the screws (2) too much. Excess
tightness may damage the screws taps on the chassis.
1
Cabinet
1
1
1
Clamps (A)
Main Unit
Front Panel
Bottom Cover
2
2
2
2
2
Fig. 1-1-1
SVT-RA40/RA168
1-3
1-2-2. Removing the Mechanism Main Unit
and the CP-1 PWB Assembly
1. Spread out the lock clamps (B) and (C) in the arrow
direction slightly and remove the TM-1 PWB and TM2 PWB as shown in Fig. 1-1-2.
2. Remove the screws (3), (4) and (5) at the chassis.
3. Remove the screw (6) at the PW-1 PWB.
4. Remove the two screws (7) at the CP-1 board.
5. Remove the two screws (8) of the mechanism unit.
The two screws (8) of the cassette tray can be removed
easily by pushing the tray lock lever in the arrow
direction to remove the lock as shown in the enlarge
view A and by pushing the lid opener lever in the
arrow direction to remove the lock as shown in the
enlarge view B.
6. Lift up the whole mechanism unit and main board
(CP-1 PWB assembly), and as shown in Fig. 1-1-3,
push the two lock clamps (D) of the chassis in the
arrow direction so that they can be removed from the
chassis.
Tray Lock
Lever
A
Cassette Tray
7
4
Terminal Board
8
8
7
5
3
Chassis
Holder
(B)
(B)
(B)
(B)
(B)
(B)
6
(B)
(C)
PW-1 PWB
(C)
(C)
TM-1 PWB
TM-2 PWB
Lid Opener
Lever
B
Fig. 1-1-2
CP-1 PWB Assembly
Mechanism Main Unit
TM-1 PWB
PW-1 PWB
TM-2 PWB
Clamp (D)
Chassis
Fig. 1-1-3
1-4
SVT-RA40/RA168
1-3. Temporarily Setting Up and
Connecting CP-1 PWB Assembly
The following is an example of how to place and connect
the main board without a jig, when repairing the CP-1
PWB assembly.
1. Place the mechanism unit and main board up side
down as a whole on a flat surface with foil side of the
main board facing up.
2. Operete the unit using the buttons on TM-1 PWB and
TM-2 PWB.
1-4. Installation of the Front Panel
When installing the front panel to the chassis after repaires
and adjustments.
1. Pressing down the door opener lever of the mechanism
main unit.
2. Set the cassette door to half-opened state as shown in
Fig. 1-1-5, and install the front panel to the chassis.
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Opened cassette door position does not install the front
panel to the chassis.
CP-1 PWB Assembly (Foil side)
PW-1 PWB
Screws
Terminal Board
Mechanism
Main Unit
Jutted part of
Cassette Holder
Door Opener Lever
TM-2 PWB
Front Panel
Cassette Compartment
TM-1 PWB
Cassette Door
(Position A)
Cassette Door
(Position B)
Fig. 1-1-4
Fig. 1-1-5
SVT-RA40/RA168
1-5
1-5. Circuit Board Locations
CT-1 PWB
(Option for SVT-RS100)
CP-1 PWB Assembly
TM-1 PWB
PW-1 PWB
TM-2 PWB
1-6. Lithium Battery for Backup
This unit is equipped with a backup battery(lithium
battery) to maintain the clock settings.
For replacement, be sure to use the specified part.
Replacement part: Z3901/CP-1 board
Part description: MnO2-Li (lithium battery)
Part No.:
1-756-091-11
Soldered
Replacement
1. Remove the cabinet and bottom cover. (Refer to
Section 1-2-1.Removing the Cabinet Parts)
CP-1 PWB assembly
2. Place the mechanism unit and CP-1 board up side
down as a whole on a flat surface with foil side of the
CP-1 board facing up. (Refer to Section 1-3.Temporarily Setting Up and Connecting CP-1 PWB Assembly)
3. Unsolder the leads of the battery from the soldering
side of the CP-1 board and remove the battery.
Solder the backup battery in the reverse procedure of
removal.
Battery
1-6
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Section 2
Mechanical Adjustments
1. Maintaining and Checking the Mechanism
1-1. Regular Checks and Maintenance Items
To obtain full function and maximum performance from the set, and to stop it getting dirty or scratched,
we recommend that you carry out the following maintenance procedures and regular checks. The maintenance checks described in the following section should also be carried out without fail after carrying out
any repairs to the set.
Note: Oil and Grease
. Always use the specified brands of oil and grease. If you use a grease with the wrong viscosity, for
example, this can lead to all sorts of problems. Be careful to keep the oil and grease free of dust and
foreign bodies.
. A “drop” of oil is the amount of oil remaining on the tip of a rod with a diameter of 1. 5 mm after it is
dipped in oil to a depth of 1 cm and then taken out.
SVT-RA40/RA168
2-1
1-1-1. Regular Checks
Cleaning
Check
Oil
Check, Replace
Hours of use (H)
Part maintained
Tape path
system
Reel drive
system
Brake
system
Loading
drive
system
Performance
checks
Band brake assembly
BT lever assembly
Full erase head
Cleaner roller assembly
Guide roller assembly
S incline mounting assembly
T incline mounting assembly
ACE head
Pinch roller lever assembly
Pinch lift mounting
Pinch lift cam
Pinch cam gear
Cylinder chip earth
Cylinder complete
Upper cylinder assembly
Supply reel assembly
Take up reel assembly
S reel gear
T reel gear
Reel pulley
Special washer 2.4 x 6 x 0.25
Clutch mounting complete
Reel belt
Capstan motor
Friction gear assembly
S brake assembly
T brake assembly
Capstan brake assembly
T soft brake assembly
Loading motor assembly
Damper
Worm gear complete
Main cam
Special washer 3.6 x 0.5
Wheel gear 1
Wheel gear 2
Opt pinch relay gear
Crescent slide
S load gear
Front rack gear
Start rack gear
Pinion gear
Back tension torque
FF, REW torque
PLAY torque
REV torque
Part Number
3-963-789-01
3-961-016-01
3-193-669-01
3-977-067-01
3-735-630-01
3-961-037-01
3-961-039-01
A-8344-338-A
3-961-024-01
3-204-110-01
3-961-027-01
3-203-303-01
3-206-679-01
A-8344-339-A
3-206-564-01
3-977-065-01
3-963-782-01
3-960-927-01
3-960-928-01
3-960-926-01
3-948-603-01
A-8316-756-A
3-960-929-01
3-203-331-01
3-206-566-01
A-8325-366-A
A-8325-367-A
A-8315-818-A
3-963-784-01
3-961-047-01
3-961-049-01
3-961-048-02
3-206-567-01
3-973-491-01
3-961-050-01
3-963-793-01
3-206-568-01
3-203-305-01
3-960-995-01
3-961-305-01
3-961-306-01
3-960-960-01
2000
4000
6000
8000
( )
( )
( )
( )
( )
( )
( )
( )
Remarks
PB back tension torque: 25~50 g.cm
FF, REW: more than 600 g.cm
PLAY: 55~110 g.cm
REVIEW: 100~210 g.cm
This periodic maintenance check table changes considerably according to the using conditions and environment.
This is an annual periodic maintenance check table. Repeat this maintenance table every year.
As life may be shortened if foreign particles and dusts remain accumulated on the tape guides and rotating and contacting portions, clean if dirty.
Dusts and other foreign particles on the tape guides may also shorten the tape life and lower picture quality, therefore clean thoroughly.
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1-2. Service Tools and Cleaning
1-2-1. Service Tools
Notes on Alignment Tapes
Alignment tape from the list below, according to the transmission system of the VCR you are repairing.
Models with 525 scanning lines and a field frequency of 60Hz
No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
Tool
Alignment tape (VHJ-0005)
Alignment tape (VHJ-0006)
Alignment tape (VHJ-0007)
Alignment tape (VSJ-1001)
Eccentric screw driver (VHJ-0003)
Nut box (VHJ-0048)
7
8
9
Tool No.
——————
——————
——————
——————
J-6082-044-A
J-6082-045-A
Torque dial gauge (VHJ-0004)
Cassette torque meter (VHJ-0016)
Load lever assembly height
adjustment tool (VHJ-0111)
10
Torque gauge screwdriver (VHJ-0014)
11
3 mm dia. bit for torque screwdriver
(VHJ-0045)
12
Oil (VHJ-0099)
13
Grease (VHJ-0100)
14
Grease (VHJ-0101)
15
Grease (VHJ-0114)
16
Upper drum fitting tool kit (VHJ-0112)
(includes VHJ-0113)
17 Hexagonal wrench (VHJ-0113 )
——————
——————
J-6431-410-A
J-6082-047-A
J-6082-048-A
7-661-018-18
7-661-000-11
J-6090-014-A
——————
——————
——————
Remarks
SP colour bar 1 kHz (normal)
SP monoscope 7 kHz or 6 kHz (normal)
EP monoscope No Audio signal
EP Sync signal 3 kHz (normal)
Used to adjust the tape path
Used to adjust the height of the lever
load assembly
Used to measure reel winding torque
Used to measure back tension torque
Used to adjust the height of the load
lever assembly
Used to adjust the tightening torque of screws
Used to replace the bit of the torque gauge
screwdriver
——————
——————
——————
——————
Used to reassemble the upper cylinder
Spare hexagonal wrench for upper drum
fitting tool kit
No.1, 2, 3, 4
No. 5
No. 6
No. 7
No. 8
No. 9
No. 10
No. 11
No. 16
No. 17
No. 12
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No. 13, 14, 15
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1-2-2. Cleaning
1. Cylinder (Drum)
Moisten a chamois with methyl alcohol and clean the video
head and the tape path surface of the cylinder. Be sure to
wipe horizontally in relation to the video head. If you wipe
vertically, or use excessive force, you can damage the
video head.
2. Tape Path System / Reel Drive System
Clean the pinch roller, the capstan shaft, the tape guides,
the FE head, the ACE head, the reel table, the pulley and
the reel belt with a soft cloth, or chamois, moistened with
methyl alcohol.
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If the dirt on the tape guide cannot be cleaned off, replace
the tape guide.
Cylinder (Drum)
Tape path surface
Video head
Fig. 1-2-2
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2. An Overview of the Mechanism
2-1. Names of the Main Parts
2-1-1. Cassette Mechanism Assembly
Special washer
Washer
Stand L
Release lever
Lid opener
spring
Tray lock spring
Pinion gear
Under frame
Lock gear
Door opener lever
Drive gear
Gear holder
Fig. 2-1-1
Fig. 2-1-1
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2-1-2. Topview
Capstan brake assembly
Cleaner roller assembly
Dew sensor
Audio R/P head
Cleaner lever
assembly
Stopper
lever
Rotor
(ACE head)
assembly
Pinch roller lever
Cylinder (Drum)
assembly
Cylinder mounting
Stator
Capstan motor
Pinch lift cam
Pinch lift mounting
Guide roller assembly
Full erase head
Front rack gear
T incline mounting assembly
Opener mounting
S incline mounting assembly
Pinch cam gear
Start rack gear
Guide roller assembly
!
Tape end sensor
BT lever assembly
Tape sensor LED
!
Load lever assembly
Tape top sensor
L guide act lever
assembly
T brake
assembly
BT spring
Band brake assembly
Supply reel assembly
T soft brake
assembly
S soft lever
EP switch
EP sw lever
Take up reel
asswembly
S brake
assembly
T brake act slide
Clutch mounting assembly
S reel gear
T reel gear
Fig. 2-1-2
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2-1-3. Underside
Capstan motor
Capstan mounting
T load gear
Reel belt
S load gear
Pinch cam gear
Crescent mounting
OPT pinch relay gear
T load lever assembly
S load lever assembly
Brake control lever
Main cam
BT spring lever assembly
Clutch change lever
MC-1 PWB assembly
Crescent slide
S brake act slide
Wheel gear 2
Brake act lever
Reel pulley
assembly
Worm gear assembly
Loading motor assembly
Wheel gear 1
Friction gear assembly
Fig. 2-1-3
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2-2. An Overview of the Mechanism Modes
2-2-1. Mechanism Mode Switching Table
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The letters and figures enclosed in circles in the mechanism mode column are the codes on the crescent
slide.
HEX
DATA
6
4
0
6
2
Mechanism mode
The principal mode-switching states of the mechanism
EJECT E
Distinguished by whether the
EP switch is ON or OFF.
Horizontal shift section.
Vertical shift section.
CASSETTE OUT
(EJECT)
IN REW
(SHORT REW)
IN REW R
0
7
0
1
0
1
INITIAL 7
Cleaner roller assembly:ON
S/T mounting incline assembly
pressure begins.
S/T mounting incline assembly
pressure ends.
INITIAL
When loading is carried out starting
at the CASSETTE IN position
REVIEW 1
REVIEW
0
2
R.STILL/R.SLOW 2
R. STILL/R. SLOW
0
2
0
3
IDLER POS. 2
(Pinch roller OFF)
STILL/SLOW/REC (INTERVAL) 3
STILL/SLOW/REC
0
5
PLAY/STOP/REC 5
REC PAUSE
REC
STOP
PLAY
CUE
0
6
4
BRAKE pos. 4
POWER OFF
STAND BY
STAND BY/POWER OFF
0
6
FF/REW 6
REW
FF
Mode Switch Output Table
HEX DATA
0
1
2
2
3
4
5
6
7
2-8
SW DATA 2
H
H
H
H
H
L
L
L
L
SW DATA 1
H
H
L
L
L
H
H
L
L
SW DATA 0
H
L
H
H
L
H
L
H
L
H: 5
L: 0
Low activ
SVT-RA40/RA168
2-2-2. Movement Check List for the Main Parts of the Mechanism
REV
IDLER
STILL/SLOW
PLAY/STOP
BRAKE
(POWER OFF)
FF/REW
R.STILL/
R.SLOW
OFF
ON
ON/OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
ON/OFF
OFF
ON
ON
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF OFF
OFF
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
OFF
OFF OFF
OFF ON(W) ON(W) ON(S) ON(S) ON(S) ON(W) OFF
UP
UP
(LOADING)
OFF
OFF
INITIAL
OFF
OFF
IN REW
OFF
EJECT
ON
OFF
T brake assembly
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
S brake assembly
OFF
OFF
OFF OFF
T soft brake assembly
OFF
OFF
OFF
S soft lever
ON
ON
ON
BT lever assembly
OFF
OFF
BT spring
OFF
Pinch roller lever assembly
UP
Mechanism mode
Principal parts
DOWN/
UP/
DOWN UP
ON
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
Clutch mounting assembly
PLAY PLAY PLAY PLAY PLAY PLAY PLAY PLAY PLAY PLAY
Load lever assembly
UNLO UNLO UNLO
Capstan brake assembly
LO
ON
FF
PLAY
LO
LO
LO
LO
LO
LO
LO
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF (ON) (ON)
LO
OFF
LO
OFF
S and T incline mounting assembly
Cleaner roller assembly
(W): Weakness
(UNLOADING)
(S): Strength
UNLO
2-2-3. How To Check The Mechanism Mode
Position
You can tell which mode the mechanism is currently in by
looking at the codes and marking-lines on the crescent
slide on the underside of the mechanism chassis. The edge
of the crescent mounting is used as the reference line, as
shown in Fig. 2-2-2, and the marking-lines and symbols
indicating the mechanism modes are displayed on the
crescent slide, which slides against the edge of the crescent
mounting. The mechanism mode is read off from the
marking-line on the slide crescent which is aligned with
the reference-line on the crescent mounting.
Example: In Fig. 2-2-2, marking-line 6 is aligned with the
reference-line on the crescent mounting, so the mechanism is seen to be in FF/REW mode.
The edge of the
crescent mounting
is the reference-line.
Crescent mounting
6: FF/REW
4: BRAKE
(POWER OFF)
5: PLAY/ STOP/
REC
3: STILL/SLOW/
REC (INTERVAL)
2: R.STILL/R.SLOW
Crescent slide
2: IDLER
1: REVIEW
7: INITIAL
2-2-4. Self-diagnosis Display
E: EJECT
Fig. 2-2-2
Some models are equipped with the SELF-DIAGNOSIS
DISPLAYS function.
Use it as a means of finding out the symptoms and cause of
the error before performing repairs.
For details, refer to the separate service manual for the
respective models.
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3. Disassembling the Main Parts of
the Mechanism
3-1-1. Operating the Loading Motor by the
Manual Method
Points to Note
. When fitting the parts of the mechanism, refer to the
“Assembly Notes”, and proceed in the reverse of disassembly order.
. Dis-assembly and assembly should be carried out in
EJECT mode unless a movement mode is explicitly
specified. EJECT mode is the state in which the cas-sette
tape has been ejected.
. Clamps are used to prevent parts coming loose. When
removing a clamp, be careful not to force it, as this can
result in damage.
1. Refer to Section 3-2 and install the mechanism unit.
2. Using your finger, turn the loading motor located at
the rear of the mechanism unit. For EJECT, turn the
loading motor in the direction of the arrow on the
loading motor. For PLAY or FF/REW, turn it in the
opposite direction.
When rotating the loading motor in the EJECT direction with a tape slacken, stop the rotation of the
loading motor before beginning front unloading.
Rotate the capstan motor with your hand, wind the
slacked part of the tape, and rotate the loading motor
in the EJECT direction again.
When carrying out front loading, release the lock by
pressing down the tray lock lever 8 and the lid
opener lever 9 of the cassette mechanism assembly
(shown in Fig. 3-2-2).
3-1. How to Make the Mechanism Move
In order to check a movement such as front loading, fron
unloading, tape loading, tape unloading, raising/lower-in
and pressing the pinch roller, you will need to operat
the loading motor. There are two methods of operatin
the loading motor, and these are explained in sections 3
1-1. The above movements can also be performed with-ou
operating the loading motor, by following the metho
explained in Section 3-1-2.
The arrow which show the direction of EJECT
Loading motor
Fig. 3-1-1
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3-1-2. Making the Mechanism Move Using
the Manual Method
1. Refer to Section 3-2 and remove the mechanism unit.
2. Refer to Section 3-15 and remove the wheel gear 2.
3. If you turn the main cam counterclockwise, the mechanism will switch to a mode such as PLAY or FF/REW.
To switch from FF/REW mode to EJECT mode, turn
the main cam clockwise.
Main cam
3-2. Mechanism Unit
1. Remove the top cover, bottom cover and front cabinet
assembly.
2. Unplug the flat cable 1 from the CP-1 PWB assembly on the cylinder (drum), and unplug the ACE/FE
head connectors 2.
3. Unplug the flat cable from the stator.
4. Unplug the dew sensor connector 4.
5. Remove the four screws 5, then lift up the mechanism unit. The tray 6 will stop you removing the two
screws 5 on the front, so release the lock by pressing
down the tray lock lever 7 and the lid opener lever
8 shown in Fig. 3-2-2, then slide off the tray 6.
Move the tray by referring to Section 3-1 and turn the
loading motor in the PLAY direction.
5 Screw
Wheel gear 2
1 Flat cable
5
Screw
5 Screw
4
Dew sensor
connector
CW
5 Screw
CCW
2
FE head
connector
2
ACE head
connector
3 Flat cable
Fig. 3-1-2
Fig. 3-2-1
7 Tray lock
lever
8 Lid opener
lever
6 Tray
Fig. 3-2-2
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3-3. Cassette Drive Mechanism
3-3-2. Cassette Drive Gear
3-3-1. Cassette Mechanism Assembly
1. Refer to Section 3-3-1 and remove the cassette mechanism assembly.
2. Remove clamps 1 and 2, then remove the gear
holder 3.
3. Remove the clamp 1, then remove the pinion gear
4.
4. Remove the clamp 2, then remove the lock gear 5.
1. Put the VCR into EJECT mode.
2. Remove the two screws 1.
3. Lift up the back of the cassette mechanism assembly
2 slightly, and remove the two hooks 3 on the front.
Assembly Notes:
1. The cassette mechanism assembly and the mecha-nism
chassis should both be fitted in EJECT mode.
2. Check that the two hooks 3 have snapped into the
mechanism chassis, and make sure that the two holes
4 in the cassette mechanism assembly are aligned
with the two dowels 5 on the mechanism chassis.
3. Make sure that the big tooth on the pinion gear of the
cassette mechanism assembly slots properly into the
deepest gap in the start rack gear, as shown in Fig. 3-32.
4. When fitting the two screws 1, use the torque gauge
screwdriver (VHJ-0014). Give the screws a tightening
torque of 5 kg.cm.
Assembly Notes:
1. Put the tray in the EJECT mode position before fitting
any parts.
2. Apply grease (VHJ-0100) to the gear mounting shafts,
all the gear teeth, and the cam part of the drive gear
6.
3. Ensure that the drive gear, the lock gear and the pinion
gear interlock correctly, as shown in Fig. 3-3-2.
4. Make sure the clamps 1 and 2 snap in to the gear
holder 3.
Tray
Apply
grease
4 Pinion gear
(grease the
1
outer rim of
Clamp
the teeth)
1 Screw
2 Cassette mechanism
assembly
1 Screw
2 Clamp
6 Drive gear
3
Hook 5
Dowel
Mechanism
chassis
5 Lock gear
(grease the outer rim
of the teeth)
4 Hole
3 Gear holder
Fig. 3-3-3
3 Hook
4 Hole
Fig. 3-3-1
Ensure correct
interlocking
Pinion gear
Ensure correct
interlocking
Drive gear
Lock gear
Start rack gear
Fig. 3-3-2
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3-3-3. Door Opener, Under Frame and Stand L
3-3-4. Start Rack Gear and Front Rack Gear
1. Remove the cassette mechanism assembly, referring to
Section 3-1.
2. Remove the two clamps 1 and take out the under
frame 2, pulling it towards you.
3. Press down the tray lock lever 3 and the lid opener
lever 4, and loosen the tray 5, lifting it away from
you. In this state, press the clamp 6 and remove the
door opener lever 7.
4. Remove the special washer !], then remove the
washer !\.
5. Remove the two clamps 8 and take out the stand L
9.
Be careful not to exert too much force on the clamps
8, as this could cause damage.
1. Remove the mechanism unit, referring to Section 3-2.
2. Remove the cassette mechanism assembly, referring to
Section 3-3-1.
3. Remove the special screw 1. When you do this, slide
the front rack gear assembly 2 towards the front until
it stops, then take it off the shaft 3. Take care not to
damage the shaft 3.
4. Remove the spring 4.
5. Remove the clamp 6 on the front rack gear 5, then
remove the start rack gear 7.
Assembly Notes:
1. Apply grease (VHJ-0100) to the grooves !- on the
stand L, the inside of the hole ![ in the drive shaft !=,
and the mounting hole !; in the door opener lever of
the stand R.
2. Before fitting the stand L 9, be sure to move the tray
5 back as far as the EJECT mode position. Put the
two pins 0 on the tray 5 into the grooves !- on the
stand L. Put the drive shaft != into the hole ![.
3. Be sure to fasten the two clamps 1 and the clamp 6
on the stand R, and to fasten the two clamps 8 on the
stand L.
!- Grooves
!]
Special
washer
!\
Washer
Assembly Notes:
1. Apply grease (VHJ-0100) to the front rack gear 5
and all over the inside of the groove on the start rack
gear 7.
2. Align the positioning mark 8 on the front rack gear
5 with the mark 0 on the main cam 9.
3. When installing the cassette mechanism assembly,
refer to Section 3-3-1 and align the start rack gear with
the pinion gear.
5 Front rack gear
(apply grease to
inside of groove)
3
Shaft 2 Front rack
gear assembly
6 Clamp
4 Spring
9 Stand L
1 Special screw
0
Pins
![ Hole
1
Clamp
7 Start rack gear
(apply grease to
inside of groove)
3
Tray
lock lever
Fig. 3-3-5
4 Lid opener
lever
5 Tray
!= Drive
shaft
8
Clamps
6 Clamp
Stand R
7 Door opener
lever
2 Under frame
0 Positioning mark
5 Front rack gear
9 Main cam
!; Hole
1 Clamp
Fig. 3-3-4
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8 Positioning mark
Fig. 3-3-6
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3-4. Cleaner Roller Assembly
1. Remove the clamp 1 and take out the cleaner lever
2. When you do this, be careful not to bend the
plastic springs A and B on the cleaner lever 2.
2. Remove the clamp 3, and take out the cleaner roller
assembly 4. Be careful not to touch the sponge on the
cleaner roller assembly 4.
Assembly Notes:
1. When mounting the cleaner lever 2 on the shaft 5,
press the clamp 1 in the direction shown by the
arrow, and snap it into the mounting 6 on the audio
R/P head assembly.
4 Cleaner roller assembly
3 Clamp
2 Cleaner lever
1 Clamp
B Plastic spring
A Plastic spring
5 Shaft
6 Mounting
Fig. 3-4-1
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3-5. Cylinder (Drum)
2 Flexible cable
3 Screws
3-5-1. Cylinder (Drum) Motor, Upper
Cylinder Assembly
1 Stator
1. Disconnect the flexible cable 2 connected to the
stator 1.
2. Remove the two screws 3, and remove the stator 1,
and spring 4.
In this state, the cylinder earth chip 5 will fall off if
the top and bottom of the mechanism unit are reversed.
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Cylinder earth chip 5 can be removed by removing
the cylinder motor mounting 9 in step 4).
3. Remove the two screws 6 and remove the rotor 7.
4. Loosen the screw 8 with the hexagonal wrench, and
remove the cylinder motor mounting 9.
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The hexagonal wrench (VHJ-0113) is 2mm diagonally. It is provided with the servicing tool upper drum
fitting tool kit (VHJ-0112).
5. Remove the upper cylinder assembly 0 and the
spacer !-.
The spacer !- may come off attached to the upper
cylinder assembly 0.
Assembly Notes:
1. Adjustments are required when attaching the cylinder
motor mounting 9. As shown in Fig. 3-5-2, face the
protruded side of the cylinder motor mounting 9
downwards, and with the hexagonal wrench pressed to
screw 8, adjust the position of the cylinder motor
mounting 9 in the direction of the screw !=. In this
state, hold the cylinder motor mounting 9 with the
upper drum fitting tool (VHJ-0112) and tighten the
screw 8 with the hexagonal wrench.
2. When attaching the rotor 7, the phase must be
adjusted to that of the upper cylinder assembly 0. As
shown in Fig. 3-5-3, attach so that the hole a of the
upper cylinder assembly 0 and hole b of the rotor
7 are on the same side.
3. Tighten the two screws 6 for attaching the rotor 7
and the two screws 3 for attaching the stator 1
using a torque of 2.5 to 3.5 kg.cm.
4. Be careful that the tape path surface of the cylinder
(drum) does not scratch or become dirty.
If it becomes dirt, clean.
5. After attaching, refer to “4-3. Tape path adjustment”
and the section on electrical adjustments in the service
manuals for the respective models, and adjust the
switching position of the servo circuit.
6 Screws
7 Rotor
9 Cylinder motor mounting
4 Spring
8 Screw
5 Cylinder earth chip
0 Upper cylinder
assembly
!- Spacer
Fig. 3-5-1
Upper drum
fitting tool
(VHJ-0112)
9 Mounting
motor
cylinder
8 Screw
Hexagonal
wrench
!=
Screw
Fig. 3-5-2
0 Upper cylinder
assembly
a Hole
7 Rotor
b Hole
Fig. 3-5-3
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6. Remove the three screws 5 at the bottom of the
cylinder mounting 4. (See Fig. 3-5-5)
3-5-2. Cylinder Mounting
1. Put the mechanism into EJECT mode.
2. Refer to Section 3-4 and remove the cleaner lever.
3. Disconnect the flexible cable connected to the stator
1.
4. Disconnect the flexible cable connected to the connector 2.
5. Remove the three screws 3. Taking care not to
scratch or soil the tape path surface of the cylinder
(drum), lift the cylinder mounting 4 slightly, and
keeping it raised. (See Fig. 3-5-4)
6 Cylinder assembly
4 Cylinder mounting
1 Stator
3 Screws
3 Screw
7 Dowels
Rails
4
Cylinder mounting
5 Screws
Rails
Fig. 3-5-5
9 Holes
8 Dowels
2 Connector on the
CP-1 PWB assembly
Fig. 3-5-4
2-16
Assembly Notes:
1. Align the cylinder assembly 6 with the two dowels
7 on the cylinder mounting 4. (See Fig. 3-5-5)
2. Apply grease (VHJ-0100) to the rails of the cylinder
mounting 4 (grease the parts which come in contact
with the S and T incline mounting assembly). (See Fig.
3-5-5)
3. Align the two dowels 8 on the cylinder mounting 4
with the two holes 9 on the mechanism chassis. (See
Fig. 3-5-4)
4. After assembly, clean the tape path surface of the
cylinder (drum).
5. After replacing the cylinder mounting or the cylinder
assembly, do the tape path adjustment as instructed in
Section 4-3, and do the switching position adjustment
of the servo circuit.
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3-6. FE Head and ACE Head
3-6-2. Full Erase Head
3-6-1. Audio R/P Head Assembly (ACE Head)
1. Unplug the connector from the full erase head 1.
2. Remove the screw 2 and the full erase head 1.
1. Unplug the connector from the audio R/P head assembly (ACE head).
2. Remove the two screws 1, then remove the audio R/P
head assembly (ACE head) 2 and the washer 3.
Assembly Note:
1. After assembly, clean the full erase head 1.
2 Screw
Assembly Notes:
1. Align the hole 4 on the audio R/P head assembly
(ACE head) with the pin 5 on the chassis unit.
2. After assembly, check that the clamp 6 on the cleaner
roller assembly has snapped into the mounting of the
audio R/P head assembly (ACE head) 2.
3. After assembly, clean the surface of the head with a
soft cloth or chamois.
4. After assembly, refer to Section 4-3, and adjust the
head height, the azimuth and the tracking (X) position.
1 Screws
1 Full erase head
2 Audio R/P head assembly
(ACE head)
4 Hole
Fig. 3-6-2
3 Washer
5 Pin
6 Clamp
Fig. 3-6-1
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3-7. Capstan Motor
3-7-1. Capstan Motor
[Case 1. High speed FF/REW model]
1. Refer to Section 3-2, then remove the mechanism unit.
2. Remove the reel belt 1.
3. Remove the three screws 2 and the capstan motor
3.
4. Remove the heat transfer spacer 4 from the capstan
motor 3 or mechanism chassis.
[Case 2. Normal FF/REW model]
1. Refer to Section 3-2, then remove the mechanism unit.
2. Remove the screw 1, then remove the capstan
mounting 2.
3. Remove the reel belt 3.
4. Remove the three screws 4 and the capstan motor
5.
Assembly Notes:
1. Check that connector 5 is inserted in the CP-1 PWB
assembly.
2. When fitting the three screws 2, use the torque gauge
screwdriver (VHJ-0014). Give the screws a tightening
torque of 3.5 kg.cm.
3. After assembly, clean the capstan shaft with a soft
cloth or chamois.
Assembly Notes:
1. Check that connector 6 is inserted in the CP-1 PWB
assembly.
2. When fitting the three screws 4, use the torque gauge
screwdriver (VHJ-0014). Give the screws a tightening
torque of 3.5 kg.cm.
3. After assembly, clean the capstan shaft with a soft
cloth or chamois.
2 Screws
4 Screws
5 Capstan
motor
4 Heat transfer
spacer
3 Capstan
motor
6 Connector
5 Connector
2 Capstan
mounting
1 Screw
3 Reel belt
Fig. 3-7-2
1 Reel belt
Fig. 3-7-1
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3-7-2. Capstan Brake Assembly
1. Remove the spring 1.
2. Remove the clamp 2, then remove the capstan brake
assembly 3.
1 Spring
3 Capstan brake
assembly
2 Clamp
3-8. Loading Motor Assembly and Worm
Gear Assembly
1. Refer to Section 3-2 and remove the mechanism unit.
2. Remove the soldering on the lead wires 2 of the
loading motor assembly 1 from the MC-1 PWB assembly. When you do this, be careful not to let the
soldering iron touch any other parts.
3. Press the clamp 3, and remove the loading motor
assembly 1 and the damper 4. Be careful not to
exert too much force on the clamp 3.
4. Remove the worm gear assembly 5. To maintain
performance, do not dis-assemble the worm gear
assembly 5.
Assembly Notes:
1. Apply grease (VHJ-0010) to the teeth of the worm
gear assembly 5. Then apply grease (VHJ-0114) to in
the hole of the worm gear assembly 5.
2. Check that the clamps 3 and 6 are securing the
loading motor assembly.
3. Check the polarity of the lead wires 2 (the orange
wire is the positive terminal, and the gray wire is the
negative terminal). After soldering the lead wires 2,
adjust them so that they do not touch the friction gear
assembly.
Fig. 3-7-3
5 Worm gear assembly
4 Damper
1 Loading motor assembly
Apply
grease
(VHJ-0100)
2 Lead wires
Clamps
Apply
grease
(VHJ-0114)
Gray:
negative
Orange:
positive
3 Clamp
Fig. 3-8-1
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3-9. Pinch Roller Pressur Mechanism
3-9-1. Pinch Roller Lever Assembly
1. Remove the clamp 1, then remove the pinch lift
mounting 2.
2. Remove the spring 3, then remove the pinch roller
lever assembly 4 off the pinch lift mounting 2. Before you do this, align the Indentation 5 on the pinch
roller lever assembly 4 with the clamp 6 on the
pinch lift mounting 2.
Assembly Note:
1. Be careful to keep the surface of the pinch roller free
of dust and dirt.
4 Pinch roller lever
assembly
3 Spring
5 Indentation
2 Pinch lift mounting
6 Clamp
1 Clamp
Fig. 3-9-1
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3-9-2. Pinch Lift Cam and Pinch Cam Gear
1. Refer to Section 3-2 and remove the mechanism unit.
When you do this, make sure the mechanism is in
EJECT mode.
2. Refer to Section 3-9-1 and remove the pinch roller
lever assembly.
3. After removing the screw 1, undo the three clamps
2, then remove the opener mounting 3.
4. Remove the clamp 4 and the pinch lift cam 5.
5. Remove the pinch cam gear 6.
Assembly Notes:
1. Apply grease (VHJ-0100) around the shaft 7, all over
the teeth B of the pinch cam gear 6, all over the
teeth of the pinch lift cam 5, all over the cam grooves
A, and all over the “V Part C” of the opener mounting 3. Apply grease (VHJ-0101) to the outside of the
shaft 8 and all over the top cam D of the pinch cam
gear 6.
2. Check that the positioning mark 0 on the OPT pinch
relay gear 9 is aligned with the arrow !- on the MC1 PWB assembly, as shown in Fig. 3-9-3. Then align
the square mark != on the pinch cam gear 6 with the
arrow !- on the MC-1 PWB assembly.
After that, align the round hole ![ on the pinch lift
cam 5 with the indentation !] on the pinch cam gear
6.
If you have carried out the above alignments and the
pinch roller will still not move up and down or perform the pressing movement correctly, refer to Section
3-15 and check the alignment of the gear wheels 1 and
2, the main cam, and the OPT pinch relay gear.
1 Screw
C “V” part
3 Opener
mounting
5 Pinch lift cam
2 Clamps
A
6 Pinch cam gear
D
8 Shaft
B
4 Clamp
7 Shaft
Fig. 3-9-2
!- Arrow on MC-1 PWB
assembly
0 Positioning marks on
OPT pinch relay gear
!] Indentation
5 Pinch lift cam
!- Arrow
![ Round hole
!= Square mark
9 OPT pinch
relay gear
6 Pinch cam gear
Fig. 3-9-3
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3-10. L Guide Act Lever Assembly, Load
Lever Assembly and Stopper Lever
Assembly
1. Refer to Section 3-3 and remove the cassette mechanism assembly.
2. Refer to Sections 3-9-1 and 3-9-2 , then remove the
pinch roller lever assembly and the opener mounting.
3. Remove the stopper spring 1.
4. After removing the washer 2, remove the L guide act
spring 3 and the L guide act lever assembly 4.
5. Remove the special nut 5, then remove the load lever
assembly 6 and the L guide lever spring 7.
6. Remove the stopper lever assembly 8.
Assembly Notes:
1. Apply grease (VHJ-0100) to the toothed area A of the
L guide act lever assembly 4 and around the shafts
9 and 0.
2. Refer to Section 4-3 and adjust the height of the load
lever assembly.
3. Hook the L guide lever spring 7 into the stopper !and the load lever assembly 6 shown in Fig. A.
4. Put the pin != of the L guide act lever assembly into
the cam groove ![ of the crescent slide.
3-11. BT Lever Assembly
1. Refer to Section 3-2 and remove the mechanism unit.
2. Refer to Section 3-3-1 and remove the cassette mechanism assembly.
3. Remove the BT spring 1, and remove the sub BT
spring 2 on the underside of mechanism chassis.
4. Remove the clamp 3 on the underside of the mechanism chassis, then remove the BT lever assembly 4.
5. Remove the clamp 5 on the band brake assembly 6.
Then, as shown in Fig. A, align the other end of the
band brake assembly with the protruding parts of the
BT lever assembly 4 before removing it.
Assembly Notes:
1. When fitting the BT lever assembly 4, be careful not
to bend the stopper 7 or the S incline mounting
assembly 8 out of shape by knocking it against them.
2. Hook the long hook of the BT spring 1 into the BT
lever assembly 4, as shown in Fig. B.
3. After assembly, make sure that the mountings on both
ends of the band brake assembly 6 are positioned as
shown in Fig. C.
4. After assembly, refer to Section 4-2-1, and make the
appropriate adjustment.
7 L guide lever spring
Fig.A
6 Band brake
assembly
5 Clamp
5 Special nut
Fig.A
Protruding
parts
7 L guide
lever spring
Fig. B
6 Load lever
assembly
2 Washer
3 L guide
act spring
4 BT lever
assembly
1
BT spring
4 L guide
act lever
assembly
1 Stopper spring
!= Pin
8 Stopper
lever assembly
9 Shaf t
![ Cam
groove
!- Stopper
Fig.C
Fig.D
2
Sub BT
spring
9 BT spring
lever
assembly
7 Stopper
8
S incline
mounting
assembl
3 Clamp
Fig. 3-11-1
0 Shaft
Fig. 3-10-1
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3-12. Reel Drive Mechanism
3-12-2. Clutch Mounting Assembly
3-12-1. Reel Belt, Reel Pulley, Friction Gear
Assembly and Clutch Change Lever
1. Refer to Section 3-3-1 and remove the cassette mechanism assembly.
2. Refer to Section 3-12-1 and remove the reel pulley.
3. Remove the two screws 1, then remove the clutch
mounting assembly 2.
1.
2.
3.
4.
Refer to Section 3-2 and remove the mechanism unit.
Remove the reel belt 1 from the reel pulley 2.
Take off the washer 3 and remove the reel pulley 2.
Take off the washer 4 and remove the friction gear
assembly 5.
5. Remove the clutch change spring 6.
6. Remove the clamp 7 gripping the top of the mechanism chassis, then remove the clutch change lever 8.
Assembly Notes:
1. Align the two holes 3 with the shafts 4 and 5. Be
careful not to press part A of the clutch mounting
assembly 2 against the band brake assembly.
2. After assembly, make sure that the clamp on the clutch
change lever has snapped into the chassis.
Assembly Notes:
1. After cleaning the shafts 9 and 0, apply a drop of
oil (VHJ-0099) to each.
2. Be careful not to get any grease on the reel belt 1.
1 Reel belt
1 Screws
Part A
3 Hole
3 Hole
2
Clutch mounting
assembly
3 Washer
2 Reel pulley
6 Clutch change
spring
8 Clutch change lever
4 Shaft
4 Washer
7 Clamp
5 Friction gear
assembly
5 Shaft
Fig. 3-12-2
9 Shaft
0 Shaft
Fig. 3-12-1
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3-12-3. S Soft Lever, Supply Reel Assembly
and S Reel Gear
3-12-4. T Soft Brake Assembly, Take Up Reel
Assembly, T Reel Gear
1. Remove the S soft spring 1.
2. Remove the clamp 2, then remove the S soft lever
3.
3. Refer to Section 3-12-2 and remove the clutch mounting assembly.
4. Refer to Section 3-11 and remove the band brake
assembly, then remove the supply reel assembly 4,
washer 5 and the S reel gear 6.
1. Remove the T soft spring 1.
2. Remove the clamp 2, then remove the T soft brake
assembly 3.
3. Refer to Section 3-12-2 and remove the clutch mounting assembly.
4. Pressing the T brake assembly 4 in the direction of
the arrow, remove the take up reel assembly 5,
washer 6 and the T reel gear 7.
Assembly Notes:
1. After cleaning the shafts 7 and 8, apply a drop of
oil (VHJ-0099) to each.
2. After assembly, clean the side of the supply reel
assembly 4.
Assembly Note:
1. After cleaning the shafts 8 and 9, apply a drop of
oil (VHJ-0099) to each.
3 S soft lever
7 T reel gear
4 Supply reel
assembly
2 Clamp
6 S reel gear
1 S soft
spring
5 Take up reel
assembly
6 Washer
3 T soft brake
assembly
4 T brake
assembly
1 T soft spring
2 Clamp
5 Washer
7 Shaft
8 Shaft
9 Shaft
8 Shaft
Fig. 3-12-4
Fig. 3-12-3
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3-13. Brakes
3-13-2. Brake Control Lever and Brake Act
Lever Assembly
3-13-1. S Brake Assembly, T Brake
Assembly, T Brake Act Slide
1. Refer to Section 3-3-1 and remove the cassette mechanism assembly.
2. Remove the two clamps 1, then remove the T brake
act slide 2.
n
You can remove the S brake assembly 7 and the T
brake assembly 5 without removing the T brake act
slide 2.
3. Remove the brake spring 3.
4. Remove the two clamps 4 simultaneously, then
remove the T brake assembly 5.
5. Remove the clamp 6, then remove the S brake
assembly 7.
Assembly Notes:
1. Apply grease (VHJ-0100) to the shafts 8 and 9.
2. When fitting the T brake act slide 2, align the mark
0 with the shaft !-.
3 Brake spring
2 T brake act slide
0 Mark
1 Clamp
1 Clamp
5 T brake
assembly
7 S brake
assembly
1. Refer to Section 3-2 and remove the mechanism unit.
2. Refer to Section 3-15 and remove the wheel gear 2.
3. Refer to Sections 3-12-1, then remove the reel belt and
the reel pulley.
4. Remove the clamp 1, then remove the wheel gear 1
2.
5. Remove the clutch change spring 3.
6. Remove the clamps 4 and 5, then remove the brake
control lever 6. Remove the clamp 4 on the topside
of the mechanism chassis.
7. Remove the brake return spring 7.
8. Refer to Section 3-8 and remove the worm gear
assembly.
9. Remove the clamp 8 and clamp 5, then remove the
brake act lever assembly 9. To maintain the performance of the brake act lever assembly 9, do not
disassemble it.
Assembly Notes:
1. Apply grease (VHJ-0100) to the shafts 0 and !-, to
the teeth of the wheel gear 1 2, and to the pin != of
the brake control lever 6.
2. Put the pin != of the brake control lever 6 into the
cam groove ![ of the crescent slide.
3. Before fitting the wheel gear 1 2, align the hole !]
with the hole !\ on the mechanism chassis.
4. Refer to Section 3-15 and align the wheel gear 2.
!= Pin
6 Brake control lever
6
Clamp
3 Clutch change spring
9 Brake act lever
assembly
7
Brake return spring
4 Clamp
1 Hole
!- Shaft
8 Shaft
9 Shaft
4 Clamps
Fig. 3-13-1
1 Clamp
8 Clamp
2
Wheel
gear 1
![ Cam groove
5 Clamp
!- Shaft
!/ Shaft
!\ Hole
Fig. 3-13-2
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3-13-3. S Brake Act Slide and BT Spring
Lever Assembly
1. Refer to Section 3-16 and remove the crescent slide.
2. Refer to Section 3-12-1 and remove the friction gear
assembly.
3. Slide the S brake act slide 1 in the direction of the
arrow A, then remove it.
4. Refer to Section 3-11 and remove the BT spring.
5. Remove the sub BT spring 2.
6. Press the BT spring lever assembly 3 until it touches
the pin 4, then remove it.
Assembly Notes:
1. Apply grease (VHJ-0100) to the shaft 5 shown in
Fig. 3-13-3, and to the BT spring lever assembly 3
and the S brake act slide 1 shown in Fig. 3-13-4.
2. After mounting the BT spring lever assembly 3 on
the Shaft 5, hook the BT spring onto the clamp 6
and press it until it touches the pin 7.
3. Make sure that the clamps 8, 9 and 0 have
snapped into the S brake act slide 1. Align the arrow
!- on the S brake act slide 1 with the arrow != on
the mechanism chassis.
!= Arrow on
mechanism chassis
3 BT spring
lever
2 Sub BT
assembly
spring
1 S brake act
slide
!- Arrow
6 Clamp
8 Clamp
5 Shaft
7 Pin
0 Clamp
4 Pin
9 Clamp
Fig. 3-13-3
Apply
grease
Apply grease
1
S brake
act slide
3 BT spring
lever
assembly
Apply grease
Fig. 3-13-4
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3-14. Guides
3-14-2. S and T Incline Mounting Assemblies
3-14-1. Guide Roller Assembly
1. Refer to Section 3-2 and remove the mechanism unit.
2. Refer to Section 3-5-2 and remove the cylinder unit.
3. Refer to Section 3-1 and rotate the loading motor in
the PLAY direction until tape loading is completed.
4. Shift the S incline mounting assembly 1 slightly, in
the direction of the arrow A, then remove it from the
S load lever assembly 2.
5. Shift the T incline mounting assembly 3 slightly, in
the direction of the arrow B, then remove it from the
T load lever assembly 4.
1. Unscrew the two screws 1. When you do this, be
careful not to damage the cylinder or the video head.
2. Remove the two guide roller assemblies 2 by unscrewing them counterclockwise.
Assembly Notes:
1. Tighten the two screws 1 to a torque of 600 g.cm.
After tightening, apply a screw-locking glue.
2. After replacing the parts, be sure to clean the guide
roller and carry out tape path adjustment as described
in Section 4-3.
1 Screw
2 Guide roller
assembly
Assembly Notes:
1. Apply grease (VHJ-0100) to the rail (top, underside
and sides) on the mechanism chassis.
2. When fitting the S and T incline mounting assemblies
1 and 3 into the rail, turn the loading motor manually in the EJECT direction. When tape unloading
begins, watch out in case the S and T incline mounting
assemblies 1 and 3 get caught in the rail.
3. After replacing the parts, clean the cylinder and the
roller guide, then adjust the tape path as described in
Section 4-3.
A
1 Screw
2 Guide roller
assembly
Fig. 3-14-1
B
1 S incline mounting
assembly
3
T incline
mo u n t i n g
assembly
2 S load lever
assembly
Apply grease to the
top, underside and
sides of the rail.
4 T load lever
assembly
Fig. 3-14-2
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3 Washer
3-15. Wheel Gear 2, Main Cam and OPT
Pinch Relay Gear
1. Refer to Section 3-2 and remove the mechanism unit.
When you do this, make sure the mechanism is in
EJECT mode.
2. Remove the clamp 1, then remove the wheel gear 2
2.
3. Remove the washer 3, then remove the main cam 4.
4. Remove the clamp 5, then remove the OPT pinch
relay gear 6.
Assembly Notes:
1. Apply grease (VHJ-0100) to the shafts 7, 8 and 9,
to the teeth of the main cam 4, and to the all over the
cam groove of main cam 4.
2. When fitting the OPT pinch relay gear 6, align it in
A B order as shown in Fig. 3-15-2. The alignment of
the part B is shown in Fig. A. Position the teeth of the
OPT pinch relay gear 6 so that the sixth tooth space
left of part A is aligned with the triangular mark on
the pinch cam gear 0. After aligning part B, refer to
Section 3-9-2 and check the positioning of the OPT
pinch relay gear, the pinch cam gear and the pinch lift
cam.
3. Align the hole in the crescent slide !- with the hole in
the mechanism chassis, as shown at point C in Fig. 315-2 (refer to Section 3-16 and see the holes 6 and
7 in Fig. 3-16-1).
4. When fitting the main cam 4, position the OPT pinch
relay gear 6 and the front rack gear != as shown at
points D and E respectively in Fig. 3-15-2.
5. When fitting the gear wheel 2 2, position the main
cam 4 and the wheel gear 1 ![ as shown at points F
and G respectively in Fig. 3-15-2.
6 OPT pinch
relay gear
4 Main cam
1 Clamp
5 Clamp
2 Wheel
gear 2
0 Pinch cam
gear
!= Front rack
gear
7 Shaft
8
Shaft
9 Shaft
!- Crescent
slide
![ Wheel gear 1
Fig. 3-15-1
Fig. A
0
Pinch cam
gear
Align at B
White line on
the MC-1 PWB
assembly.
6 OPT pinch relay gear
B
A D
Align the hole in the
main cam 4 with the
shaft of the OPT pinch
relay gear 6.
!=
Front rack
gear
E
2 Wheel gear 2
4
Main cam
G
!Crescent
slide
C
![ Wheel gear 1
Fig. 3-15-2
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3-16. Crescent Slide
1. Refer to Section 3-2 and remove the mechanism unit.
When you do this, make sure the mechanism is in
EJECT mode.
2. Refer to Section 3-3-1 and remove the cassette mechanism assembly.
3. Refer to Section 3-7-2 and remove the capstan brake
assembly.
4. Refer to Section 3-12-4 and remove the T soft brake
assembly.
5. Refer to Section 3-13-1 and remove the T brake act
slide.
6. Refer to Section 3-12-1, then remove the reel belt and
the reel pulley.
7. Refer to Section 3-15, then remove the wheel gear 2
and the main cam.
8. Refer to Section 3-13-2, then remove the wheel gear 1
and the brake control lever.
9. Remove the two screws 1, then remove the crescent
mounting 2.
10. Remove the clamps 3, then raise the right end of the
crescent slide 4 slightly. Slide the crescent slide 4
to the right until it comes away from the clamp 5,
then remove it.
Assembly Notes:
1. Apply grease (VHJ-0100) to the points A, B, C and
D in Fig. 3-16-1, and to the crescent slide 4 shown
in Fig. 3-16-2.
2. Before fitting the crescent slide 4, refer to Section 313-3 and align the arrow on the S brake act slide with
the arrow on the mechanism chassis. Then refer to Fig.
3-17-3 and check that the S load gear and the T load
gear have completed tape unloading.
3. When assembling the parts, raise the right side of the
crescent slide 4 slightly, and keeping it in this
position, slot the left side into the clamp 5, then align
the hole 6 with the hole 7 in the mechanism chassis.
When you do this, check that the hole 8 is aligned
with the pin 9 on the BT spring lever assembly, and
that the hole 0 is aligned with the pin !- on the S
brake act slide, before pressing the crescent slide 4
into place. Check that the clamps 3 and 5 are
engaged.
4. After assembly, check that each lever and each brake
is working properly.
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1 Screw
2
Crescent
mounting
4 Crescent slide
6 Hole
A
C
3
Clamp
B
8 Hole
0 Hole
D
9 Pin
!- Pin
7 Hole
5 Clamp
Fig. 3-16-1
Apply grease to the areas shown in
• The places marked by dots should be greased
particularly generously.
Grease the
sides
Crescent
slide
Grease the teeth
Fig. 3-16-2
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3-17.
S Load Gear, T Load Gear,
S Load Lever Assembly and
T Load Lever Assembly
1. Refer to Section 3-16 and remove the crescent slide.
2. Refer to Section 3-14-2 and remove the S and T
incline mounting assemblies.
3. Remove the clamp 1, then remove the components:
the S load gear 2, the S load spring 3 and the S load
lever assembly 4. When you do this, be careful not to
damage the clamp 1, which can be damaged easily.
Again, be careful when you disassemble the components, as the S load spring 3 will spring out.
4. Remove the following components: the T load gear
5, the T load spring 6, and the T load lever assembly 7. Be careful when you disassemble the components, as the T load spring 6 will spring out.
Assembly Notes:
1. Apply grease (VHJ-0100) to the shafts 8, 9 and
parts A shown in Fig. 3-17-1. Then apply grease
(VHJ-0100) to the parts shown in Fig. 3-17-2.
2. When fitting the S load gear 2 and the T load gear 5
align them in the tape-loaded state, as shown in Fig. A
in Fig. 3-17-3. Again, after completing tape-unloading
on these gears, check that they are positioned as shown
in Fig. B in Fig. 3-17-3, then refer to Section 3-14-2
and fit the S and T incline mounting assemblies.
(T side)
Apply
grease here
(S side)
Apply grease to the gears
Apply
grease
here
Apply
grease here
Apply grease inside
the hole
Fig. 3-17-2
Fig. A: When tape loading is complete
T load gear
7 T load lever
assembly
Apply
grease here
Apply
grease inside
the hole
S load gear
T
4
S load lever
assembly
6 T load
spring
3 S load spring
5 T load
gear
S
1 Clamp
2 S load
gear
Fig. B: When tape unloading is complete
T load gear
S load gear
8 Shaft
9 Shaft
Parts A
(apply
grease here)
Fig. 3-17-1
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Fig. 3-17-3
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3-18. Tape Sensors, Reel Sensor and
EP SW Lever
3-18-1. Tape Top Sensor and Tape End
Sensor
1. Refer to Section 3-2 and remove the mechanism unit.
2. Refer to Section 3-3-1 and remove the cassette mechanism assembly.
3. Remove the soldering from the MC-1 PWB assembly,
then remove the photo diodes 1, 2 and the LED 3.
When removing the photo diode 2 on the tape top
sensor side, refer to Section 3-15 and remove the main
cam.
Assembly Notes:
1. Fit the photo diodes 1 and 2 so that their photoreceptors to face the LED 3, as shown in Fig. 3-18-1.
Align the cuts in the LED 3 and the holder 4.
Push the photo diodes 1, 2 and the LED 3 as far
down as they will go, so that they do not protrude
above the top of their holders.
2. Do the soldering quickly.
2 Photo
diode
(Tape end
sensor)
3-18-2. Reel Sensor
1. Refer to Sections 3-12-2 and 3-12-4, then remove the
clutch mounting assembly, the T soft brake assembly
and the take up reel assembly.
2. Refer to Section 3-13-2, then remove the wheel gear 2,
the wheel gear 1, and the brake control lever.
3. Remove the soldering from the MC-1 PWB assembly,
then remove the photo diode (reel sensor) 1.
Assembly Notes:
1. When assembling the parts, align the cut on the photo
diode (reel sensor) 1 with the protrusion on the
mechanism chassis 2.
2. Do the soldering quickly.
1 Photo diode
(reel sensor)
Cut
Mounting shaft for
take up reel assembly
Turn the photoreceptors to
face the LED 3
2 Photo
diode
(Tape top
sensor)
2
Protrusion
3 LED
Align the cuts
Holders
4 Holder
Fig. 3-18-2
Holders
Front
Fig. 3-18-1
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3-18-3. EP Switch Lever
1. Refer to Section 3-3-1 and remove the cassette mechanism assembly.
2. Remove the EP switch spring 1.
3. Remove the clamp 2, then remove the EP switch
lever 3.
Assembly Notes:
1. Apply grease (VHJ-0100) to the protrusion 4 on the
back of the EP switch lever 3.
2. After fitting the cassette mechanism assembly, check
that in EJECT mode, the EP switch lever 3 does not
touch the EP switch 5.
1 EP switch spring
3 EP switch lever
4 Protrusion on
back
(apply grease here)
2 Clamp
5 EP switch
Fig. 3-18-3
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4. Mechanism Checks and Adjustments
4-1. Reel Table Torque Check
1. With the power switch turned OFF, stick black vinyl
tape over the photo diodes of the tape sensors. Then
turn the power switch ON. Front loading will begin.
Refer to Section 3-2 and Fig. 3-2-2, and release the
locks of the tray lock lever and the lid opener lever.
4. After switching to PLAY mode, wait for at least 10
seconds and then measure the torque value of the reel
table on the take up side. It should be between 55 and
110g.cm (lock torque).
Torque dial gauge
(VHJ-0004)
Reel table on
supply side
m
. The measurements must be taken without any incandescent light or daylight.
. If the mechanism cannot be put into PLAY, FF or REW
mode by the method described in 1) above, make a
dummy cassette tape, as shown in Fig. 4-1-2. The
dummy cassette tape is made as follows: Unscrew the
five screws on the underside, remove the reels, leaf
springs and other parts on the supply and take up sides,
make holes in the upper surface as wide as the reel
diameter, then assemble the parts.
2. Put the mechanism into REW mode, wait at least 10
seconds, then measure the torque value of the reel
table on the supply side. It should be at least 600 g.cm.
Take the measurement with the torque dial gauge
(VHJ-0004) held in position in your hand (lock
torque).
While taking the measurement, rotate the reel table
(take up reel assembly) on the take up side with your
hand so that the reel sensor does not respond.
3. After switching to FF mode, wait for at least 10
seconds and then measure the torque value of the reel
table on the take up side. It should be at least 600g.cm
(lock torque).
Reel table on
take up side
Fig. 4-1-1
5. After switching to REVIEW mode, wait for at least 10
seconds and then measure the torque value of the reel
table on the supply side. It should be between 100 and
210g.cm (lock torque).
Dummy cassette
tape
Make holes with
roughly the same
diameter as the reels.
Stick black vinyl
tape over the tape
sensor holes.
Fig. 4-1-2
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4-2. Adjusting the BT Lever Assembly
Position and Checking the Back
Tension Torque in Play Mode
4-2-1. BT Lever Pole Position Adjustment
1. Without loading a cassette tape, put the mechanism
into PLAY mode (turn the power switch OFF).
2. Adjust point A on the band brake assembly by
rotating it so that the tip of the BT lever assembly is
aligned with the line on the right side of the mechanism chassis. The mechanism should be in EJECT
mode when adjusting the BT Lever assembly position.
3. Refer to Section 4-2-2 and check that the back tension
torque is between 25 and 50g.cm.
Align the end of the BT lever assembly
with this line.
4-3. Tape Path Adjustment
In normal circumstances, the tape path system does not
need to be adjusted. However, after removing or replacing
one of the parts shown in Fig. 4-3-1, you should check and
adjust the tape path. The adjustment of the tape path is
carried out while monitoring the envelope waveform of the
video head output, using an oscilloscope. To make sure
that the tape drawn off the reel runs freely and without
excessive tension along all the tape guides and cylinders
(drums), it is also important to check each tape guide by
eye.
T guide roller
Audio R/P head assembly
(ACE head)
S guide roller
Capstan shaft
Full erase
loading guide
head
Cylinder
S tape
(Drum)
T tape
guide
guide
BT post
Pinch roller
0 tape
guide
T reel
S reel
Tension
pole
BT lever assembly
Fig. 4-3-1
Point A
Fig. 4-2-1
4-2-2. Checking the Back Tension Torque
Play Mode
1. Mount the cassette torque meter (VHJ-0016) and
switch to PLAY mode.
2. Check that the back tension torque is between 25 and
50g.cm.
2-34
SVT-RA40/RA168
4-3-1. Adjustment Procedure
1. Alignment tape or blank cassette tape, according to the
transmission system of the VCR you are repairing.
Models with 525 scanning lines and a field frequency
of 60H
2. Clean the tape guides, the cylinder (drum), the capstan
Shaft, the audio R/P head (ACE head) and the full
erase head.
3. Using an oscilloscope, adjust the height of the guide
roller and carry out horizontal position adjustment,
height adjustment and azimuth adjustment on the
audio R/P head (ACE head). When observing the
envelope waveform, bring the CH-1 probe into contact
with the envelope waveform (ENV) test point, and
bring the CH-2 probe into contact with the switching
pulse (SW P) test point. While adjusting the tape path,
set the trigger at the low side of the switching pulse
(SW P) in order to observe the output waveform on the
CH-1 side of the video head.
n
The contact point for the oscilloscope varies from one
model to another, so to find the correct point for your
model, refer to the figure entitled “Step 5 Test point for
tape path adjustment” in this section.
4. When checking the tape path by eye, use a dental
mirror.
4-3-2. Load Lever Assembly Height
Adjustment
1. Refer to Sections 3-9-2, and remove the opener
mounting .
2. Position the height adjustment tool (VHJ-0111) 3
under the full surface of the protrusion 2 on the load
lever assembly 1, as shown in Fig. 4-3-2.
3. Using your fingers, gently screw the adjustment nut
4 clockwise into the nut box (VHJ-0048) 5 until the
protrusion 2 of the load lever assembly 1 touches
the height adjustment tool (VHJ-0111) 3 and the
screw starts to feel tight. Next, loosen the adjustment
nut 4 by 270 d counterclockwise. .
4. Load a cassette tape (T-160). Wind the tape to the
beginning, and repeat FF ↔ REV five times (repeat
for the same portion 30 to 60 seconds).
If the bottom edge of the tape breaks, rotate the
adjustment 4 nut in the counterclockwise direction
by about 90 d. Repeat FF ↔ REV five times again and
check that the tape edge does not break (adjust again if
it does). Next, repeat CUE ↔ REV five times and
check that the tape is not damaged. If damaged, rotate
the adjustment nut in the clockwise direction by about
90 d. Repeat FF ↔ REW and CUE ↔ REV and check
that the tape is not damaged.
Arrange the equipment so that the whole surface of the
projection on the load lever assembly is positioned over
the height adjustment tool (VHJ-0111) when seen from
directly overhead.
1 Load lever
assembly
3
Height adjustment
tool (VHJ-0111)
2 Protrusion
4
Adjustment nut
Fig. 4-3-2
SVT-RA40/RA168
2-35
4-3-3. Guide Roller Height Adjustment
1. Playback the Alignment Tape (VHJ-0006) and check
that the envelope waveform is at its maximum at the
tracking centre. Then, after loosening the S guide
roller and the T guide roller by rotating them counterclockwise, tighten them in turn until the envelope
waveform becomes flat. If the envelope waveform is
not at its maximum at the tracking centre, refer to
Section 4-3-4 and carry out a rough adjustment of the
horizontal position of the audio R/P head (ACE head)
before adjusting the guide rollers.
2. Adjust the S guide roller.
1 Playback the alignment tape (VHJ-0006). Press the
tracking (_) button, and check whether, when the
envelope waveform has reached 50 % of its
maximum, the front half of the envelope waveform
is flat. If not, fine-tune the S guide roller as
follows.
a. If the front half of the envelope waveform is as
shown in Fig. 4-3-4 (a), this means that you have
pressed the S guide roller too far. Therefore, loosen
it slightly, and when it is in the state shown in Fig.
4-3-4 (b), tighten it again, stopping when the
envelope waveform is flat.
b. If the front half of the envelope waveform is as
shown in Fig. 4-3-4 (b), this means you have not
pressed the S guide roller far enough. Therefore,
tighten it slightly, stopping when the envelope
waveform becomes flat.
c. If the front half of the envelope waveform is as
shown in Fig. 4-3-4 (c), it may happen that when
you tighten the S guide roller, the wrapper waveform does not disappear, but sinks into the flat part,
as shown in Fig. 4-3-4 (d). If this happens, the
status shown in Fig. 4-3-4 (c) is normal, so loosen
the S guide roller, then tighten it again until the
envelope waveform is as shown in Fig. 4-3-4 (c).
2 Check that at the tracking centre, the output of the
front half of the envelope waveform is not less than
80 % of the maximum.
3 Rotate the S guide roller 20 d counterclockwise.
3. Adjust the T guide roller.
1 Playback the alignment tape (VHJ-0006,). Press
the tracking (_) button and check whether, when
the envelope waveform is 50 % of maximum, the
back half of the envelope waveform is flat. If not,
loosen the T guide roller slightly, then tighten it
gradually until the back half of the envelope
waveform becomes flat.
2 Check that the output for the back half of the
envelope waveform is at its maximum at the
tracking centre.
2-36
4. Check that the envelope waveform does not fluctuate
when you switch from CUE to PLAY or from REV to
PLAY. If the front half of the envelope waveform does
fluctuate, tighten the S guide roller 1 d to 20 d. If the
back half of the envelope waveform does fluctuate,
repeat steps 3 and 4.
Pressed
too far
Normal
Not pressed
far enough
Eccentric screwdriver
(VHJ-0003)
S guide roller
T guide roller
Do not touch
the fixed
screw
The tape should not pass along
the cylinder lead surface
Fig. 4-3-3
In normal status, the waveform
will be flat even when the envelope waveform is reduced to
50 %.
If the envelope waveform
is at maximum at the
tracking centre, adjust to
flat.
100 %
50 %
(b) S guide roller not
pressed far enough
(a) S guide roller
pressed too far
50 %
50 %
(c) Normal status for
wrapper waveform
(d) S guide roller
pressed too far
50 %
50 %
Fig. 4-3-4
SVT-RA40/RA168
4-3-4. Audio R/P Head (ACE Head) Height
Adjustment, Azimuth Adjustment and
Horizontal Position Adjustment
1. Hight/azimuth adjustment
1. Refer to Section 4-3-3, complete the GUIDE ROLLER
adjustment, and perform the AUDIO R/P HEAD
adjustment.
As the audio R/P head assembly (ACE HEAD) has
been temporarily adjusted before shipment, do not
rotate screws unnecessarily.
2. Mark screw A, screw B, and bracket with a waterproof marker so that their original positions can be
known even after the screws are rotated.
Marking screws A and B in the same direction will
enable the adjustment mentioned later to be performed
easily.
3. Play the alignment tape (VHJ-0005), and observe the
audio output waveform using an oscilloscope.
Loosen screw B in the counterclockwise direction to
decrease the audio output level. Then tighten it in the
clockwise direction until the maximum level. Tighten
further in the clockwise direction to decrease the level,
and loosen in the counterclockwise direction until the
maximum level.
4. Rotate screw A in the same direction by the same
degree as screw B in step 1. (Check visually according to the mark made. )
5. Play the alignment tape (VHJ-0006), rotate screw C,
and maximize the audio output waveform (temporary
azimuth adjustment).
6. Perform the adjustments in 3 to 5 again.
7. Perform fine adjustments using screw B.
Perform the same adjustments as 3, and if screw B
was adjusted by more than 30 degrees, perform the
adjustment in step 4 again, and then perform fine
adjustments.
8. Play the alignment tape (VHJ-0006), rotate screw C,
and maximize the audio output waveform (actual
azimuth adjustment)
2. Horizontal position adjustment
1. Play the alignment tape (VHJ-0006).
2. Press the tracking buttons (tracking + and tracking _)
simultaneously and set the tracking to the centre.
3. Using an oscilloscope, observe the waveform of the
video head output.
4. Loosen the two fixed screws on the audio R/P head
(ACE head) by between 20 d and 30 d anticlockwise. .
5. Using a slotted screwdriver, adjust the position of the
audio R/P head (ACE head). At the position where the
amplitude of the envelope waveform is at its maximum
at the tracking centre, tighten the fixed screw on the
audio R/P head (ACE head). When you do this, check
that the envelope waveform changes equally whether
the tracking is shifted by pressing the tracking button
in the plus or the minus direction.
6. Play the alignment tape (VSJ-1001) and check that the
amplitude of the envelope waveform is at its maximum
at the tracking centre. If not, repeat steps 1 to 6.
7. Refer to the electrical adjustments section of the
service manual, and adjust the switching position of
the servo circuit.
Note:
1. When you press the tracking buttons (tracking + and
tracking _) simultaneously, the tracking is reset to the
tracking centre. When the tracking is at the tracking
centre, the message “TR -: -” will appear in place of
the clock display on the front panel. If you keep
pressing the tracking _ button the messages “TR -: ”
and “TR --: ” will appear, while if you keep pressing
the tracking + button, the messages “TR : -” and “TR :
--” will appear. .
2. STEP 6) applies only the model with the model for
REAL TIME and the EP (LP) PLAYBACK function.
After resetting the tracking to
the tracking centre, set the envelope waveform to maximum.
Slotted
screwdriver
Marking
Audio R/P head
assembly (ACE head)
C
Screw
Screw
A
Audio R/ Phead assembly
B
Fig. 4-3-5
SVT-RA40/RA168
Fig. 4-3-6
2-37
5. Test Points for Tape Path
Adjustment
4-3-5. Checking After Adjustment
1. Play the alignment tape (VHJ-0006) and check that the
envelope waveform is activated immediately and that
there are no fluctuations in the envelope waveform or
the audio output waveform.
2. Load a cassette tape (T-120) and use it to record and
replay. Check that the envelope waveform is activated
immediately and that there are no fluctuations in the
envelope waveform or the audio output waveform.
(When recording on the tape, input 1kHz to the audio
input terminal. Use a scratch-free cassette tape (T120). )
Check that at the tracking centre, the front half down
and back half down are not more than 20 % of the
value at the point where the envelope waveform
amplitude is at its maximum.
3. Check that the envelope waveform is activated
immediately when you switch from PLAY to REV or
from REV to PLAY. Check that there is no slack in the
tape next to the pinch roller.
4. Check that the envelope waveform is activated
immediately when you switch to PLAY from FF,
REW, CUE, REV or STOP mode. Check that there is
no slack in the tape next to the pinch roller.
5. Check that the tape is not curling or riding up on the
upper or lower flanges of the tape guides in PLAY, FF,
REW, CUE or REV modes.
6. Check that in PLAY mode, the tape runs as shown in
Fig. 4-3-7.
7. Load a tape (T-160) and play it back. carry out the
checks described in steps 3 to 5 above.
Test points TP182 (ENV) and TP183 (SW-P) for tape path
adjustment are shown in figure below.
S tape guide
No.0 tape
guide
BT post
S guide
roller
Cylinder
(drum)
TP101
VR111
VR131
TP102
TP182
TP183
CP-1 PWB (Foil side)
Fig. 5-1
Audio R/P head assembly
(ACE head)
T guide roller
T tape guide
Loading guide
post
Pinch roller
Full erase
head
Capstan shaft
Fig. 4-3-7
2-38
SVT-RA40/RA168
Section 3
Electrical Adjustments
3-1. Servo Circuit Adjustment
. These adjustments should be carried out upon completion of the tape transport adjustments.
. If the tape transport adjustments (except the tilt adjustment) are done after these adjustments, follow the
procedures again in Section 3-1-3. “SWITCHING POSITION ADJ.”
. When a cassette tape is loaded, auto-tracking will be set immediately after starting the first playback.
As this will deviate the tracking center set, be sure to tracking center position after starting playback to
prevent auto-tracking from being set.
3-1-1. Test Equipment and Standards Required
Color Bar Signal Generator
NTSC color bar signal with 100% white level (EIA color bar signal)
Oscilloscope
Vertical sensitivity:
Bandwidth:
5 mV/DIV, external trigger
more than 10 MHz
Alignment Tape
VHJ-0007:
EP mode, monoscope
Blank Tape
VHS cassette tape
Monitor TV
3-1-2. Location Of Adjustment Points
TP101
VR111
VR131
TP102
TP182
TP183
CP-1 PWB (Foil side)
Fig. 2-1-1
m
. Set the REC/PLAY SPEED button to indicator panel to
the 8H (8 hours) mode.
. Self-recoding means “Record any broadcasting or video
signal and play back the just-recorded portion”.
SVT-RA40/RA168
3-1
3-1-3. Switching Position Adj.
3-1-4. 24 H Play Tracking Confirm and Adj.
Measuring Point
Measuring Equipment
Adj. Condition
Measuring Point
Measuring Equipment
Adj. Condition
TP101(VIDEO
OUT terminal)
TP183 (SW-P)
Oscilloscope
PLAY (8 H) mode
Alignment tape
VHJ-0007
Picture of
monitor TV
Color bar generator
(Monoscope pattern
signal) Monitor TV
Self-recording
(8 H) mode
24 H PLAY mode
Blank tape
Adj. Condition
Adj. Condition
REC button, TRACKING
buttons, EJECT button
6.5 H В±0.5 H
1. Play back the alignment tape. Press the TRACKING
buttons (+) and (_) simultaneously. (TRACKING
center position)
2. Press the REC button three times within 10 seconds
after the display is shown. All three presses must be
carried out within 3 seconds. For the third time, press
the REC button more than 0.5 seconds as shown in
Fig. 2-1-2.
3. The automatic adjustment mode is set, the numerals of
Indicator display “P 0 : 00” changes automatically and
the unit stops at the point the adjustment value becomes approx. 6.5 H.
4. In the same adjustment mode, trigger at the edge of the
RF SW pulse, and check that the front edge of the V
sync signal from the fall edge of the RF SW pulse is
delayed by 6.5 H В± 0.5 H as shown in Fig. 2-1-3. If it is
not 6.5 H В± 0.5 H, manually perform fine adjustments
for the TRACKING buttons (+) or (_) to satisfy the
specification.
5. After completing adjustments, press the EJECT button
(more than 1 second) and check the Indicator shows “P
– –” at this time.
Adj. Condition
Adj. Condition
TRACKING buttons
REC button
—
1. Insert blank VHS cassette tape and record monoscope
pattern on the 8 H mode.
2. Play back the self-recorded tape and then set the VCR
in the 24 H mode.
3. Use the front tracking adjustment button to fine-tune to
the optimum position so that the positions of noise on
the monitor screen at the tracking center are vertically
symmetrical. Then press the REC button more than 1
second to enter this position as the new tracking
center. The indication displays “P – –” for approximately 1 second.
4. If vertical shaking occurs at the tracking center, read
just by pushing the TRACKING buttons (no more than
3 times), then enter this new tracking position as the
tracking center.
n
Repeat steps 1 to 4 if the adjustment takes more then 20
seconds.
T = 6.5 H В±0.5 H
1H
Start of play
back display
REC button
ON
OFF
withi
10 sec.
0.5 H
withi
2 sec.
more
then
0.5
sec.
Fall
Front edge of
vertical sync signal
adjusting
period 10 sec.
RF.SW.PULSE
Fig. 2-1-2
3-2
Fig. 2-1-3
SVT-RA40/RA168
3-1-5. F. Slow Tracking Confirm and Adj.
Measuring Point
Measuring Equipment
Adj. Condition
Picture of
monitor TV
Color bar generator
(Monoscope pattern
signal), Monitor TV
Self-recording
(8 H) mode, PLAY
mode, Blank tape
Adj. Condition
Adj. Condition
TRACKING buttons
MENU RESET button
EJECT button
—
1. Insert blank VHS cassette tape and record monoscope
pattern on the 8 H mode.
2. Play back the self-recorded tape and then set the VCR
in the STILL mode.
3. Change to F. Slow play back mode by pressing REC
button 3 times. These 3-push must be done within 3
seconds, and last push must be kept pressed for 0.5
seconds.
4. Set the tracking control position to the center by
pressing TRACKING (+) and (_) buttons simultaneously, and confirm the absence of noise in the slow
playback image on the monitor screen at this centered
tracking position. Starting from this centered tracking
position, push the (+) and (_) buttons and confirm that
no noise appears before the fifth push in either direction.
If noise appears before the fifth push, fine-tune with
the front tracking adjustment button so that no noise
appears before the fifth push, then press the EJECT
button to make this point the new tracking center.
(When pressing the EJECT button to enter this new
tracking center, the tracking should be displayed.)
The FLD counter readout changes to “P – –” for
approximately 1 second in order to confirm that data
has been entered.
SVT-RA40/RA168
3-3
3-2. Video Circuit Adjustment
Before making the following adjustments, complete the adjustments described in Section 3-1. “Servo
Circuit.”
3-2-1. Test Equipment and Standards Required
Color Bar Signal Generator
NTSC color bar signal with 100% white level (EIA color bar signal),
monoscope signal
Frequency Counter
Oscilloscope
Vertical sensitivity:
Bandwidth:
5 mV/DIV, external trigger
more than 10 MHz
Oscilloscope Probe
Input capacity:
less than 25 pF (10:1)
less than 40 pF (1:1)
DC~40 MHz (10:1)
DC~30 MHz (10:1)
Covering frequency:
Blank Tape
VHS cassette tape
n
Self-recording means “Record the video signal and play back the just-recorded portion.”
3-2-2. Comb Filter Adj.
3-2-3. 2 H Delay Level Adj.
Measuring Point
Measuring Equipment
Adj. Condition
Measuring Point
Measuring Equipment
Adj. Condition
TP102
Color bar generator
Oscilloscope
E-E mode
TP101
or VIDEO OUT
Oscilloscope
Color bar generator
Self-recording
(8 H) mode
STILL mode
Blank tape
Adj. Condition
Adj. Condition
VR111 (COMB)
minimum
1. Connect the color bar generator (Color bar signal with
100 % white level) to the VIDEO IN terminal.
2. Connect the Oscilloscope to TP102.
3. Adjust VR111 (COMB) so that the chroma level
becomes a minimum.
3-4
Adj. Condition
Adj. Condition
VR131 (2H-DL)
—
1. Terminate TP101 (or VIDEO OUT) and ground with a
75 Z resistor or connect the monitor TV to the VIDEO
OUT terminal.
2. Connect the color bar generator (monoscope signal) to
the VIDEO IN terminal.
3. Record the color bar signal on the blank tape.
4. Play back of the just-recorded portion.
5. Adjust VR131 (2H-DL) so that the luminance signal
level of switching alternately becomes the same or no
flicker by monitor TV.
SVT-RA40/RA168
Section 4
Spare Parts
4-1. Notes on Repair Parts
1. Safety Related Components Warning
w
Components marked ! are critical to safe operation.
Therefore, specified parts should be used in the case of
replacement.
2. Standardization of Parts
Some repair parts supplied by Sony differ from those
used for the unit. These are because of parts commonality and improvement.
Parts list has the present standardized repair parts.
3. Stock of Parts
Parts marked with “o” at SP (Supply Code) column of
the spare parts list may not be stocked. Therefore, the
delivery date will be delayed.
4. Harness
Harnesses with no part number are not registered as
spare parts.
In need of repair, get components shown in the list and
repair using them.
SVT-RA40/RA168
4-1
Cabinet & Chassis Parts
4-2. Exploded Views
12
not supplied
BVTP
3x6
BVTP
4 x 12
not
supplied
BVTP
3 x 10
BVTP
3 x 10
BVTP BVTP
BVTP 3 x 10 3 x 6
3x6
BVTP
4 x 12 BVTP
3x6
BVTP
4 x 12
P4 x 8
12
6
not supplied
W4,
BVTP SMALL
3 x 10
BVTP
3 x 10
13
not supplied
BVTP
3 x 10
not
supplied
not
supplied
not
supplied
2
17
17
BVTP
3x6
3
not
supplied
10
not supplied
16
7
9
14
15
5
11
18
4
not supplied
11
8
1
BVTP
3 x 10
not
supplied
BVTP
3 x 10
BVTP
3 x 10
No.
Part No.
SP Description
1
2
3
4
5
A-8344-341-A
A-8344-343-A
A-8344-344-A
A-8344-348-A
A-8344-347-A
A-8344-473-A
s
s
s
s
s
s
CABINET
MOUNTED
MOUNTED
MOUNTED
MOUNTED
MOUNTED
6
7
8
9
10
1-251-828-11
1-518-833-11
3-203-300-01
3-203-326-01
3-206-683-01
s
s
s
s
s
SOCKET, AC INLET
INDICATOR TUBE
COVER, BOTTOM
DOOR, CASSETTE
SPACER, OPT CAM
11
12
13
3-740-330-01 s LOCK
3-740-382-01 s SCREW(4X12)
3-940-396-01 o PLATE,SPRING
4-2
ASSY, FRONT
CIRCUIT BOARD,
CIRCUIT BOARD,
CIRCUIT BOARD,
CIRCUIT BOARD,
CIRCUIT BOARD,
PW-1
CP-A
TM-2
TM-1(For SVT-RA168)
TM-1(For SVT-RA40)
No.
Part No.
SP Description
14
15
16
17
18
3-946-542-01
3-960-936-01
3-965-446-01
3-968-578-01
4-942-568-01
o
s
s
s
s
HOLDER
SPRING
SCREW, SPECIAL
HOLDER
EMBLEM (N0.5),SONY
SCREWS/WASHER
Part No.
SP Description
7-682-161-09
7-685-661-19
7-685-645-79
7-685-647-79
7-688-004-01
s
s
s
s
s
SCREW +P4X8
SCREW +BVTP4X12(EP-FE/ZNBK/CM2
SCREW +BVTP3X6(EP-FE/ZNBK/CM2)
SCREW +BVTP3X10(EP-FE/ZNBK/CM2
WASHER W4 SMALL
SVT-RA40/RA168
Mechanism Deck Section 1
101
106
not supplied
107
103
102
106
not supplied
112
113
111
109
110
108
105
106
No.
Part No.
101
102
103
104
105
A-8321-974-A
3-202-102-01
3-735-759-01
3-960-915-01
3-960-916-01
o
s
s
s
o
MECHANICAL ASSY, CASSETTE
WASHER (F)
WASHER (3) (PLA)
LEVER, DOOR OPENER
HOLDER, GEAR
106
107
108
109
110
3-960-939-01
3-960-952-01
3-960-954-01
3-960-959-01
3-960-960-01
s
o
s
s
s
SCREW (2.6X6), SPECIAL
STAND (L)
FRAME, LOWER
GEAR, LOCK
GEAR, PINION
111
112
113
3-961-301-01 s SPRING,LID OPENER
3-961-302-01 s LEVER,RELEASE
3-961-303-01 s SPRING,TRAY LOCK
SVT-RA40/RA168
SP Description
SCREW
Part No.
SP Description
7-685-647-79 s SCREW +BVTP3X10(EP-FE/ZNBK/CM2
4-3
Mechanism Deck Section 2
218
212
207
208
215
217
205
219
216
206
210
213
204
214
211
203
209
201
202
No.
Part No.
201
202
203
204
205
1-801-326-11
1-810-690-11
1-810-691-11
3-053-961-01
3-193-650-01
s
s
s
s
s
206
207
208
209
210
3-193-651-01
3-193-669-01
3-735-630-01
3-735-754-01
3-735-760-01
s
s
s
s
s
4-4
SP Description
No.
Part No.
SP Description
PHOTO COUPLER SG-105F
LED LN59L
PHOTO DIODE PN263L-NC
REEL (ASSY), TAKE UP
SPRING, BT (TL)
211
212
213
214
215
3-960-927-01
3-960-984-01
3-961-002-01
3-961-003-01
3-961-016-01
s
s
s
s
s
GEAR, S REEL
SCREW (2.6X10), SPECIAL
LEVER, S SOFT
SPRING, S SOFT
LEVER ASSY, BT
SPRING, BT SUB (TL)
HEAD, ERASE (FULL)
ROLLER ASSY,GUIDE
WASHER, ADJ (PLA)
WASHER,SPECIAL (3) (PLA)
216
217
218
219
3-961-037-01
3-961-038-01
3-963-789-01
3-977-065-01
s
s
s
s
MOUNT ASSY, S INC LINE
SCREW (2X3), SPECIAL
BAND (ASSY), BRAKE
REEL, SUPPLY (ASSY)
SVT-RA40/RA168
Mechanism Deck Section 3
316
314
312
308
311
310
313
316
323
309
306
not
supplied
304
323
322
320
321
302
315
307
301
303
305
319
308
317
No.
Part No.
301
302
303
304
305
A-8316-756-A
A-8325-366-A
A-8325-367-A
A-8344-339-A
1-801-326-11
s
s
s
s
s
306
307
308
309
310
3-193-652-01
3-203-992-01
3-206-563-01
3-206-564-01
3-206-565-01
s
s
s
s
s
311
312
3-206-679-01 s GROUND, CYLINDER CHIP
3-206-680-01 s SPRING, CYLINDER GROUND
SVT-RA40/RA168
SP Description
No.
Part No.
SP Description
MOUNT (COMPLETE PWB) ASSY
BRAKE (S90) ASSY
BRAKE (T90) ASSY
CYLINDER COMPLETE ASSY
PHOTO COUPLER SG-105F
313
314
315
316
317
3-206-681-01
3-206-682-01
3-686-999-01
3-746-760-01
3-948-603-01
s
s
s
s
s
MOTOR, CYL DC2W ROTOR
MOTOR, CYLDC2WVN STARTER
SCREW +B(2.6X4)(ZNBK/CM2) (ST)
SCREW(2.3X6), SPECIAL
WASHER,SPECIAL
CYLINDER, MOUNTING
SPRING, BRAKE (90)
SCREW (4X6)
CYLINDER (UPR)
MOUNT, MOTOR CYLINDER
318
319
320
321
322
3-960-926-01
3-960-928-01
3-960-980-01
3-961-022-01
3-961-023-01
s
s
s
s
s
PULLEY, REEL
GEAR, T REEL
SCREW (2.6X7), SPECIAL
LEVER, EP SWITCH
SPRING, EP SWITCH
323
3-961-033-01 s SCREW (2.6X8), SPECIAL
4-5
Mechanism Deck Section 4
401
434
433
not
supplied
406
417
416
426
422
421
415
425
428
403
424
412
423
BVTP
3 x 10
427
414
407
402
419
413
409
410
411
404
405
408
429
430
418
432
431
420
No.
Part No.
LEVER (COMPLETE PWB) ASSY
BRAKE ASSY, CAPSTAN (TL)
ROAD (TL) ASSY, LEVER
GUIDE (TL) ASSY, LEVER (ACTL)
STOPPER (TL) ASSY, LEVER
421
422
423
424
425
3-961-024-01
3-961-026-01
3-961-027-01
3-961-030-01
3-961-038-01
s
s
s
s
s
LEVER ASSY, PINCH ROLLER
SPRING, PINCH ROLLER
CAM, LIFT PINCH
SCREW (2.6X16), SPECIAL
SCREW (2X3), SPECIAL
s
s
s
s
s
HEAD ASSY, R/P ACE
R-SPECIAL, DEW ASSY
PHOTO DIODE PN263L-NC
SLIT, 2.6X8X0.50 WASHER
SPRING, ACTL GUIDE (TL)
426
427
428
429
430
3-961-039-01
3-961-044-01
3-961-045-01
3-961-305-01
3-961-306-01
s
s
s
s
s
MOUNT ASSY, T INC LINE
SPRING, L GUIDE LEVER
NUT (3X3), SPECIAL
GEAR,RACK,FRONT
GEAR,RACK,START
3-193-649-01
3-200-395-01
3-203-303-01
3-203-304-01
3-204-110-01
s
s
s
s
s
SPRING, STOPPER (TL)
SPRING, CAPSTAN BRAKE
GEAR, PINCH CAM (JG)
MOUNTING, OPENER (JG)
MOUNT (ASSY), LIFT (JG)
431
432
433
434
3-961-307-01
3-963-784-01
3-966-763-01
3-977-067-01
s
s
s
s
SPRING,RACK,FRONT
BRAKE (ASSY), SOFT
SCREW (2.6X12)
CLEANER (ASSY)
3-735-630-01
3-735-760-01
3-961-001-01
3-961-008-01
3-961-021-01
s
s
s
s
s
ROLLER ASSY,GUIDE
WASHER,SPECIAL (3)(PLA)
SPRING, T SOFT
SLIDE, T ACT BRAKE
SCREW (2.6X6), SPECIAL
No.
Part No.
401
402
403
404
405
A-6779-889-A
A-8315-818-A
A-8315-819-A
A-8315-820-A
A-8315-821-A
s
s
s
s
s
406
407
408
409
410
A-8344-338-A
A-8345-084-A
1-810-691-11
3-193-570-01
3-193-648-01
411
412
413
414
415
416
417
418
419
420
4-6
SP Description
SP Description
SCREW
Part No.
SP Description
7-685-647-79 s SCREW +BVTP3X10(EP-FE/ZNBK/CM2
SVT-RA40/RA168
Mechanism Deck Section 5
511
504
505
512
531
528
502
520
503
519
509
516
518
529
532
522
507
508
513
514
523
515
530
501
527
510
506
525
526
524
No.
Part No.
501
502
503
504
505
A-8315-822-A
A-8321-980-A
3-203-305-01
3-203-331-01
3-204-271-01
s
o
s
s
s
506
507
508
509
510
3-960-922-01
3-206-567-01
3-206-568-01
3-686-999-01
3-735-755-01
511
512
513
514
515
3-960-921-01
3-960-929-01
3-960-995-01
3-960-996-01
3-960-997-01
516
3-960-998-01 s GEAR, T ROAD
SVT-RA40/RA168
SP Description
521
517
No.
Part No.
SP Description
SPRING (BT TL) ASSY, LEVER
MOUNTED CIRCUIT BOARD, MC-1
SLIDE, CRESCENT (JG)
MOTOR, CAPSTAN (VN) DC (3W)
SPACER, HEAT TRANSFER
517
518
519
520
521
3-961-007-01
3-961-011-01
3-961-012-01
3-961-013-01
3-961-032-01
s
s
s
s
s
SLIDE, S ACT BRAKE
SPRING, BRAKE RETURN
LEVER, CLUTCH CHANGE
SPRING, CLUTCH CHANGE
SCREW (2.6X6), SPECIAL
s
s
s
s
s
GEAR (ASSY), FRICTION
CAM, OPT (R)
GEAR, RELAY PINCH OPT
SCREW +B(2.6X4)(ZNBK/CM2) (ST)
WASHER (2.6) (PLA)
522
523
524
525
526
3-961-035-01
3-961-036-01
3-961-047-01
3-961-048-02
3-961-049-01
s
s
s
s
s
SPRING, T ROAD
LEVER ASSY, T ROAD
MOTOR ASSY, LOADING
GEAR (COMPL), WORM
DAMPER (PLA)
s
s
s
s
s
SCREW (2.6X6), SPECIAL
BELT, REEL (RBR)
GEAR, S ROAD
SPRING, S ROAD
LEVER ASSY, S ROAD
527
528
529
530
531
3-961-050-01
3-963-787-01
3-963-788-01
3-963-793-01
3-963-796-01
s
s
s
s
s
GEAR (1), WHEEL
LEVER, CONTROL BRAKE
BAR (ASSY), ACT BRAKE LEVER
GEAR (2), WHEEL
MOUNT, CRESCENT (HOLDER)
532
3-973-491-01 s WASHER (3.6X0.5), SPECIAL
4-7
Optional Board SVT-RS100
Optional board
SVT-RS100
BVTP3 x6
not supplied
D-sub
connector
supplied with
D-sub connector
not supplied
These parts are attached with SVT-RS100
not supplied
601
BVTP3 x6
No.
Part No.
SP Description
601
3-940-396-01 o PLATE,SPRING
SCREW
Part No.
SP Description
7-685-645-79 s SCREW +BVTP3X6(EP-FE/ZNBK/CM2)
4-8
SVT-RA40/RA168
4-3. Electrical Parts List
---------CP-A BOARD
---------Ref. No.
or Q'ty Part No.
1pc
SP Description
A-8344-344-A s MOUNTED CIRCUIT BOARD, CP-A
The CP-A board inculudes the SY-A and VA-A board.
SVT-RA40/RA168
---------SY-A BOARD
---------Ref. No.
or Q'ty Part No.
SP Description
C3001
C3002
C3003
C3004
C3005
1-165-927-11
1-162-923-11
1-162-923-11
1-162-923-11
1-126-154-11
s
s
s
s
s
CAPACITOR, CERAMIC 24PF 50V
CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 47PF/50V CH
CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 47PF/50V CH
CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 47PF/50V CH
CAPACITOR,ELECT 47MF/6.3V(105)
C3006
C3007
C3008
C3009
C3011
1-165-931-11
1-164-230-11
1-165-931-11
1-165-931-11
1-162-964-11
s
s
s
s
s
CAPACITOR,CERAMIC
CAPACITOR,CERAMIC
CAPACITOR,CERAMIC
CAPACITOR,CERAMIC
CAPACITOR,CERAMIC
C3012
C3013
C3014
C3015
C3016
1-124-831-11
1-162-923-11
1-126-154-11
1-126-154-11
1-164-156-11
s
s
s
s
s
CAPACITOR,ELECT 4.7MF 25V
CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 47PF/50V CH
CAPACITOR,ELECT 47MF/6.3V(105)
CAPACITOR,ELECT 47MF/6.3V(105)
CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 0.1MF/25V F
C3018
C3020
C3021
C3022
C3023
1-165-931-11
1-109-889-11
1-109-952-11
1-109-889-11
1-109-889-11
s
s
s
s
s
CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 0.01MF 50V
CAPACITOR ELECT 1MF/50V(BP)
CAPACITOR ERECT 0.47MF/50V(NP)
CAPACITOR ELECT 1MF/50V(BP)
CAPACITOR ELECT 1MF/50V(BP)
C3024
C3025
C3026
C3028
C3029
1-165-931-11
1-162-964-11
1-165-931-11
1-165-931-11
1-165-929-11
s
s
s
s
s
CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 0.01MF 50V
CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 1000PF/50V B
CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 0.01MF 50V
CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 0.01MF 50V
CAPACITOR, CERAMIC 0.068MF25V
C3031
C3032
C3033
C3034
C3035
1-165-929-11
1-162-921-11
1-162-921-11
1-162-921-11
1-162-924-11
s
s
s
s
s
CAPACITOR, CERAMIC 0.068MF25V
CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 33PF/50V CH
CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 33PF/50V CH
CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 33PF/50V CH
CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 56PF/50V CH
C3036
C3037
C3038
C3039
C3040
1-162-924-11
1-162-924-11
1-126-916-11
1-124-234-00
1-126-176-11
s
s
s
s
s
CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 56PF/50V CH
CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 56PF/50V CH
CAPACITOR,ELECT 1000MF/6.3V
CAPACITOR ELECT 22MF/16V
CAPACITOR,ELECT 220MF/10V
C3041
C3043
C3044
C3045
C3048
1-124-234-00
1-164-156-11
1-164-156-11
1-137-643-11
1-164-156-11
s
s
s
s
s
CAPACITOR ELECT 22MF/16V
CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 0.1MF/25V F
CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 0.1MF/25V F
CAPACITOR,ELECT 10MF 16V
CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 0.1MF/25V F
C3050
C3054
C3057
C3058
C3059
1-164-156-11
1-165-931-11
1-162-964-11
1-104-942-11
1-162-964-11
s
s
s
s
s
CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 0.1MF/25V F
CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 0.01MF 50V
CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 1000PF/50V B
CAPACITOR,ELECT 1MF/50V(AU)
CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 1000PF/50V B
C3060
C3061
C3062
C3063
C3064
1-104-942-11
1-126-154-11
1-102-951-00
1-102-951-00
1-124-234-00
s
s
s
s
s
CAPACITOR,ELECT 1MF/50V(AU)
CAPACITOR,ELECT 47MF/6.3V(105)
CAPACITOR,CERAMIC;50V/15PF
CAPACITOR,CERAMIC;50V/15PF
CAPACITOR ELECT 22MF/16V
C3065
C3066
C3067
C3069
C3070
1-124-234-00
1-126-176-11
1-164-156-11
1-164-156-11
1-137-643-11
s
s
s
s
s
CAPACITOR ELECT 22MF/16V
CAPACITOR,ELECT 220MF/10V
CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 0.1MF/25V F
CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 0.1MF/25V F
CAPACITOR,ELECT 10MF 16V
C3073
C3075
C3076
C3078
1-164-156-11
1-164-156-11
1-164-156-11
1-165-931-11
s
s
s
s
CAPACITOR,CERAMIC
CAPACITOR,CERAMIC
CAPACITOR,CERAMIC
CAPACITOR,CERAMIC
0.01MF 50V
220PF/50V
0.01MF 50V
0.01MF 50V
1000PF/50V B
0.1MF/25V F
0.1MF/25V F
0.1MF/25V F
0.01MF 50V
4-9
(SY-A BOARD)
(SY-A BOARD)
Ref. No.
or Q'ty Part No.
Ref. No.
or Q'ty Part No.
SP Description
SP Description
C3090
C3101
C3102
C3103
C3104
1-126-935-11
1-164-156-11
1-124-257-00
1-162-964-11
1-162-964-11
s
s
s
s
s
CAPACITOR,ELECT 470MF/16V
CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 0.1MF/25V F
CAPACITOR,ELECT 2.2MF/50V
CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 1000PF/50V B
CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 1000PF/50V B
Q3012
Q3013
Q3014
Q3015
Q3016
8-729-901-81
8-729-026-49
8-729-901-81
8-729-901-81
8-729-901-81
s
s
s
s
s
TRANSISTOR
TRANSISTOR
TRANSISTOR
TRANSISTOR
TRANSISTOR
2SC2412K-T-146-R
2SA1037AK-T146-R
2SC2412K-T-146-R
2SC2412K-T-146-R
2SC2412K-T-146-R
C3105
C3106
C3110
C3121
C3123
1-162-964-11
1-162-964-11
1-164-156-11
1-164-156-11
1-164-230-11
s
s
s
s
s
CAPACITOR,CERAMIC
CAPACITOR,CERAMIC
CAPACITOR,CERAMIC
CAPACITOR,CERAMIC
CAPACITOR,CERAMIC
1000PF/50V B
1000PF/50V B
0.1MF/25V F
0.1MF/25V F
220PF/50V
Q3017
Q3018
Q3019
Q3020
Q3101
8-729-026-49
8-729-026-49
8-729-901-81
8-729-026-49
8-729-027-59
s
s
s
s
s
TRANSISTOR
TRANSISTOR
TRANSISTOR
TRANSISTOR
TRANSISTOR
2SA1037AK-T146-R
2SA1037AK-T146-R
2SC2412K-T-146-R
2SA1037AK-T146-R
DTC144EKA (T146)
C3130
C3131
C3132
C3133
C3134
1-162-964-11
1-164-156-11
1-164-156-11
1-164-156-11
1-124-234-00
s
s
s
s
s
CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 1000PF/50V B
CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 0.1MF/25V F
CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 0.1MF/25V F
CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 0.1MF/25V F
CAPACITOR ELECT 22MF/16V
Q3102
Q3103
Q3105
Q3106
Q3107
8-729-027-23
1-803-993-11
8-729-027-23
8-729-027-59
8-729-027-59
s
s
s
s
s
TRANSISTOR
TRANSISTOR
TRANSISTOR
TRANSISTOR
TRANSISTOR
DTA114EKA-T146
DTD113ZK
DTA114EKA-T146
DTC144EKA (T146)
DTC144EKA (T146)
C3139
C3145
C3148
C3149
1-164-156-11
1-164-156-11
1-162-964-11
1-126-154-11
s
s
s
s
CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 0.1MF/25V F
CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 0.1MF/25V F
CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 1000PF/50V B
CAPACITOR,ELECT 47MF/6.3V(105)
R3001
R3002
R3004
R3005
R3006
1-216-851-11
1-245-305-11
1-245-304-11
1-245-304-11
1-216-841-11
s
s
s
s
s
RESISTOR,CHIP 330K 1/16W 1608
RESISTOR, CHIP 820K
RESISTOR, CHIP 68K
RESISTOR, CHIP 68K
RESISTOR, CHIP 47K 1/16W 1608
D3002
D3004
D3005
D3008
D3009
1-809-070-11
8-719-901-83
8-719-991-33
8-719-109-89
8-719-109-89
s
s
s
s
s
DIODE
DIODE
DIODE
DIODE
DIODE
AK04V2
1SS83
1SS133T-77
RD5.6ES-B2
RD5.6ES-B2
R3007
R3008
R3009
R3010
R3011
1-216-841-11
1-216-841-11
1-216-841-11
1-216-829-11
1-216-821-11
s
s
s
s
s
RESISTOR, CHIP 47K
RESISTOR, CHIP 47K
RESISTOR, CHIP 47K
RESISTOR,CHIP 4.7K
RESISTOR,CHIP 1.0K
1/16W 1608
1/16W 1608
1/16W 1608
1/16W(1608)
1/16W(1608)
D3010
D3011
D3012
D3013
D3014
8-719-991-33
8-719-991-33
8-719-991-33
8-719-991-33
8-719-929-15
s
s
s
s
s
DIODE
DIODE
DIODE
DIODE
DIODE
1SS133T-77
1SS133T-77
1SS133T-77
1SS133T-77
HZS9.1NB2
R3012
R3013
R3014
R3016
R3017
1-216-818-11
1-216-818-11
1-216-818-11
1-216-821-11
1-245-302-11
s
s
s
s
s
RESISTOR, CHIP 560
RESISTOR, CHIP 560
RESISTOR, CHIP 560
RESISTOR,CHIP 1.0K
RESISTOR, CHIP 16K
1/16W 1608
1/16W 1608
1/16W 1608
1/16W(1608)
D3015
D3016
D3020
D3021
D3030
8-719-109-89
8-719-991-33
8-719-901-83
8-719-901-83
8-719-991-33
s
s
s
s
s
DIODE
DIODE
DIODE
DIODE
DIODE
RD5.6ES-B2
1SS133T-77
1SS83
1SS83
1SS133T-77
R3018
R3019
R3020
R3021
R3023
1-245-302-11
1-216-864-11
1-216-821-11
1-216-821-11
1-243-819-11
s
s
s
s
s
RESISTOR, CHIP 16K
CONDUCTOR, CHIP (1608)
RESISTOR,CHIP 1.0K 1/16W(1608)
RESISTOR,CHIP 1.0K 1/16W(1608)
RESISTOR,CHIP 680
D3031
D3098
D3101
D3102
D3103
8-719-991-33
8-719-050-84
8-719-901-83
8-719-901-83
8-719-921-40
s
s
s
s
s
DIODE
DIODE
DIODE
DIODE
DIODE
1SS133T-77
RB441Q-40T-77
1SS83
1SS83
MTZJ4.7C
R3024
R3026
R3027
R3028
R3029
1-243-819-11
1-216-821-11
1-216-841-11
1-216-821-11
1-216-833-11
s
s
s
s
s
RESISTOR,CHIP 680
RESISTOR,CHIP 1.0K 1/16W(1608)
RESISTOR, CHIP 47K 1/16W 1608
RESISTOR,CHIP 1.0K 1/16W(1608)
RESISTOR,CHIP 10K 1/16W (1608)
D3104
8-719-110-49 s DIODE RD18ES-B2
IC301
IC302
IC303
IC304
IC305
1-804-956-11
1-803-991-11
1-804-663-11
8-759-822-35
8-759-641-36
R3031
R3033
R3034
R3036
R3037
1-216-833-11
1-216-839-11
1-216-833-11
1-216-839-11
1-216-833-11
s
s
s
s
s
RESISTOR,CHIP
RESISTOR,CHIP
RESISTOR,CHIP
RESISTOR,CHIP
RESISTOR,CHIP
10K
33K
10K
33K
10K
IC306
IC308
IC309
1-801-356-11 s IC MN1381-R
1-804-823-11 s IC TC4S30F
1-803-992-11 s IC TC4S81F
R3038
R3039
R3040
R3041
R3042
1-216-821-11
1-216-821-11
1-216-821-11
1-216-821-11
1-216-821-11
s
s
s
s
s
RESISTOR,CHIP
RESISTOR,CHIP
RESISTOR,CHIP
RESISTOR,CHIP
RESISTOR,CHIP
1.0K
1.0K
1.0K
1.0K
1.0K
JK301
1-815-587-11 s HOON, JACK D3.6
L3003
1-414-540-11 s INDUCTOR 1.1UH
PC301
PC302
PC303
1-804-661-11 s PHOTO COUPLER GPIS094HCZ
1-804-661-11 s PHOTO COUPLER GPIS094HCZ
1-804-661-11 s PHOTO COUPLER GPIS094HCZ
R3043
R3044
R3045
R3046
R3053
1-216-823-11
1-249-415-11
1-249-415-11
1-216-851-11
1-216-824-11
s
s
s
s
s
RESISTOR, CHIP 1.5K 1/16W
RES,CARBON 680 1/4W (SMALL)
RES,CARBON 680 1/4W (SMALL)
RESISTOR,CHIP 330K 1/16W 1608
RESISTOR, CHIP 1.8K 1/16W 1608
Q3001
Q3002
Q3005
8-729-205-97 s TRANSISTOR 2SC3668-Y
8-729-205-97 s TRANSISTOR 2SC3668-Y
8-729-205-97 s TRANSISTOR 2SC3668-Y
R3055
R3056
R3061
R3062
1-216-821-11
1-216-821-11
1-216-821-11
1-249-417-11
s
s
s
s
RESISTOR,CHIP 1.0K
RESISTOR,CHIP 1.0K
RESISTOR,CHIP 1.0K
RESISTOR,CARBON 1K
4-10
s
s
s
s
s
IC
IC
IC
IC
IC
UPD78F4928GF-P23-3BA
PST9128NR
LB1643L
LA7116
BR24C08
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
(1608)
1608
(1608)
1608
(1608)
1/16W(1608)
1/16W(1608)
1/16W(1608)
1/16W(1608)
1/16W(1608)
1/16W(1608)
1/16W(1608)
1/16W(1608)
1/4W(SMALL)
SVT-RA40/RA168
(SY-A BOARD)
(SY-A BOARD)
Ref. No.
or Q'ty Part No.
Ref. No.
or Q'ty Part No.
SP Description
SP Description
R3063
R3064
R3065
R3066
R3067
1-216-821-11
1-216-821-11
1-216-833-11
1-216-849-11
1-216-833-11
s
s
s
s
s
RESISTOR,CHIP
RESISTOR,CHIP
RESISTOR,CHIP
RESISTOR,CHIP
RESISTOR,CHIP
1.0K 1/16W(1608)
1.0K 1/16W(1608)
10K 1/16W (1608)
220K 1/16W 1608
10K 1/16W (1608)
R3139
R3140
R3141
R3144
R3145
1-216-829-11
1-216-833-11
1-216-833-11
1-216-864-11
1-216-833-11
s
s
s
s
s
RESISTOR,CHIP 4.7K 1/16W(1608)
RESISTOR,CHIP 10K 1/16W (1608)
RESISTOR,CHIP 10K 1/16W (1608)
CONDUCTOR, CHIP (1608)
RESISTOR,CHIP 10K 1/16W (1608)
R3068
R3069
R3070
R3071
R3073
1-216-849-11
1-249-413-11
1-249-415-11
1-216-821-11
1-216-848-11
s
s
s
s
s
RESISTOR,CHIP 220K 1/16W 1608
RESISTOR,CARBON 470 1/4W SMALL
RES,CARBON 680 1/4W (SMALL)
RESISTOR,CHIP 1.0K 1/16W(1608)
RESISTOR,CHIP 180K 1/16 (1608)
R3153
R3154
R3155
R3156
R3157
1-216-829-11
1-249-425-11
1-249-417-11
1-249-425-11
1-249-425-11
s
s
s
s
s
RESISTOR,CHIP 4.7K 1/16W(1608)
RESISTOR,CARBON 4.7K 1/4W
RESISTOR,CARBON 1K 1/4W(SMALL)
RESISTOR,CARBON 4.7K 1/4W
RESISTOR,CARBON 4.7K 1/4W
R3074
R3075
R3077
R3078
R3079
1-216-833-11
1-216-821-11
1-216-833-11
1-216-833-11
1-216-829-11
s
s
s
s
s
RESISTOR,CHIP
RESISTOR,CHIP
RESISTOR,CHIP
RESISTOR,CHIP
RESISTOR,CHIP
10K 1/16W (1608)
1.0K 1/16W(1608)
10K 1/16W (1608)
10K 1/16W (1608)
4.7K 1/16W(1608)
R3158
R3159
R3160
R3161
R3162
1-249-417-11
1-249-417-11
1-249-425-11
1-249-417-11
1-216-829-11
s
s
s
s
s
RESISTOR,CARBON 1K 1/4W(SMALL)
RESISTOR,CARBON 1K 1/4W(SMALL)
RESISTOR,CARBON 4.7K 1/4W
RESISTOR,CARBON 1K 1/4W(SMALL)
RESISTOR,CHIP 4.7K 1/16W(1608)
R3080
R3081
R3082
R3083
R3084
1-216-823-11
1-216-833-11
1-216-839-11
1-216-827-11
1-216-826-11
s
s
s
s
s
RESISTOR, CHIP 1.5K 1/16W
RESISTOR,CHIP 10K 1/16W (1608)
RESISTOR,CHIP 33K 1/16W 1608
RESISTOR, CHIP 3.3K 1/16W 1608
RESISTOR,CHIP 2.7K 1/16W(1608)
R3163
R3164
R3165
R3166
R3167
1-216-818-11
1-216-818-11
1-216-818-11
1-216-829-11
1-216-829-11
s
s
s
s
s
RESISTOR, CHIP 560
RESISTOR, CHIP 560
RESISTOR, CHIP 560
RESISTOR,CHIP 4.7K
RESISTOR,CHIP 4.7K
R3085
R3086
R3087
R3093
R3094
1-216-829-11
1-216-829-11
1-216-829-11
1-216-829-11
1-216-821-11
s
s
s
s
s
RESISTOR,CHIP
RESISTOR,CHIP
RESISTOR,CHIP
RESISTOR,CHIP
RESISTOR,CHIP
1/16W(1608)
1/16W(1608)
1/16W(1608)
1/16W(1608)
1/16W(1608)
R3168
R3169
R3170
R3171
R3172
1-216-821-11
1-249-417-11
1-216-813-11
1-249-427-11
1-249-425-11
s
s
s
s
s
RESISTOR,CHIP 1.0K 1/16W(1608)
RESISTOR,CARBON 1K 1/4W(SMALL)
RESISTOR, CHIP 220 1/16W 1608
RES,CARBON 6.8K 1/4W (SMALL)
RESISTOR,CARBON 4.7K 1/4W
R3095
R3096
R3097
R3098
R3099
1-245-306-11
1-245-306-11
1-245-306-11
1-216-828-11
1-243-814-11
s
s
s
s
s
RESISTOR, CHIP 4.3K
RESISTOR, CHIP 4.3K
RESISTOR, CHIP 4.3K
RESISTOR, CHIP 3.9K 1/16W 1608
RESISTOR,CHIP 16W
R3174
1-216-829-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 4.7K 1/16W(1608)
X3001
X3002
1-579-220-11 s CRYSTAL,OSC 32KHZ
1-767-200-11 s CRYSTAL OSC
R3101
R3102
R3103
R3104
R3105
1-216-825-11
1-243-846-11
1-216-826-11
1-212-946-11
1-216-837-11
s
s
s
s
s
RESISTOR,CHIP
RESISTOR,CHIP
RESISTOR,CHIP
RESISTOR,FUSE
RESISTOR,CHIP
2.2K 1/16W 1608
1.2K
2.7K 1/16W(1608)
3.3 1/2W
22K 1/16W 1608
R3106
R3111
R3112
R3113
R3114
1-216-837-11
1-216-833-11
1-216-833-11
1-216-829-11
1-216-833-11
s
s
s
s
s
RESISTOR,CHIP
RESISTOR,CHIP
RESISTOR,CHIP
RESISTOR,CHIP
RESISTOR,CHIP
22K 1/16W 1608
10K 1/16W (1608)
10K 1/16W (1608)
4.7K 1/16W(1608)
10K 1/16W (1608)
R3115
R3116
R3117
R3118
R3119
1-216-833-11
1-216-833-11
1-216-833-11
1-216-833-11
1-216-833-11
s
s
s
s
s
RESISTOR,CHIP
RESISTOR,CHIP
RESISTOR,CHIP
RESISTOR,CHIP
RESISTOR,CHIP
10K
10K
10K
10K
10K
R3120
R3121
R3122
R3126
R3127
1-216-829-11
1-216-833-11
1-216-833-11
1-249-411-11
1-249-401-11
s
s
s
s
s
RESISTOR,CHIP 4.7K 1/16W(1608)
RESISTOR,CHIP 10K 1/16W (1608)
RESISTOR,CHIP 10K 1/16W (1608)
RES,CARBON 330 1/4W SMALL
RES,CARBON 47 1/4W (SMALL)
R3128
R3130
R3131
R3133
R3134
1-249-401-11
1-216-821-11
1-216-829-11
1-216-833-11
1-216-833-11
s
s
s
s
s
RES,CARBON 47
RESISTOR,CHIP
RESISTOR,CHIP
RESISTOR,CHIP
RESISTOR,CHIP
1/4W (SMALL)
1.0K 1/16W(1608)
4.7K 1/16W(1608)
10K 1/16W (1608)
10K 1/16W (1608)
R3135
R3136
R3137
R3138
1-216-833-11
1-216-833-11
1-216-833-11
1-216-833-11
s
s
s
s
RESISTOR,CHIP
RESISTOR,CHIP
RESISTOR,CHIP
RESISTOR,CHIP
10K
10K
10K
10K
4.7K
4.7K
4.7K
4.7K
1.0K
Z3901
!
SVT-RA40/RA168
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
!
1/16W 1608
1/16W 1608
1/16W 1608
1/16W(1608)
1/16W(1608)
1-756-091-11 o BATTERY, CHARGE
(1608)
(1608)
(1608)
(1608)
(1608)
(1608)
(1608)
(1608)
(1608)
4-11
---------VA-A BOARD
---------Ref. No.
or Q'ty Part No.
(VA-A BOARD)
Ref. No.
or Q'ty Part No.
SP Description
SP Description
C1213
C1221
C1222
C1223
C1224
1-165-931-11
1-162-918-11
1-162-918-11
1-162-918-11
1-162-923-11
s
s
s
s
s
CAPACITOR,CERAMIC
CAPACITOR,CERAMIC
CAPACITOR,CERAMIC
CAPACITOR,CERAMIC
CAPACITOR,CERAMIC
CAPACITOR,ELECT 0.47MF/50V
CAPACITOR,ELECT 1MF/50V(AU)
CAPACITOR,ELECT 10MF 16V
CAPACITOR,ELECT 1MF/50V(AU)
CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 0.1MF/25V F
C1225
C1226
C1227
C1228
C1229
1-162-927-11
1-162-927-11
1-162-927-11
1-126-154-11
1-165-931-11
s
s
s
s
s
CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 100PF/50V CH
CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 100PF/50V CH
CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 100PF/50V CH
CAPACITOR,ELECT 47MF/6.3V(105)
CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 0.01MF 50V
s
s
s
s
s
CAPACITOR,ELECT 3.3MF/50V
CAPACITOR,ELECT 3.3MF/50V
CAPACITOR,ELECT 1MF/50V(AU)
CAPACITOR,ELECT 47MF/6.3V(105)
CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 0.1MF 16V
C1230
C1231
C1233
C1234
C1235
1-124-767-00
1-165-931-11
1-104-942-11
1-165-931-11
1-126-154-11
s
s
s
s
s
CAPACITOR,ELECT 2.2MF/50V(NP)
CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 0.01MF 50V
CAPACITOR,ELECT 1MF/50V(AU)
CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 0.01MF 50V
CAPACITOR,ELECT 47MF/6.3V(105)
1-165-936-11
1-164-156-11
1-165-931-11
1-162-920-11
1-165-933-11
s
s
s
s
s
CAPACITO, CERAMIC 0.056MF 16V
CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 0.1MF/25V F
CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 0.01MF 50V
CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 27PF/50V CH
CAPACITOR, CERAMIC 4.7P 50V
C1236
C1238
C1241
C1242
C1251
1-135-922-11
1-165-935-11
1-124-259-11
1-165-931-11
1-164-156-11
s
s
s
s
s
CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 1800P
CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 0.1MF 16V
CAPACITOR,ELECT 4.7MF/50V
CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 0.01MF 50V
CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 0.1MF/25V F
C1037
C1038
C1039
C1041
C1042
1-164-392-11
1-164-218-11
1-162-920-11
1-165-931-11
1-165-935-11
s
s
s
s
s
CAPACITOR CERAMIC
CAPACITOR,CERAMIC
CAPACITOR,CERAMIC
CAPACITOR,CERAMIC
CAPACITOR,CERAMIC
390PF/50V CH
180PF/50V CH
27PF/50V CH
0.01MF 50V
0.1MF 16V
C1253
C1254
C1255
C1256
C1257
1-165-924-11
1-104-942-11
1-165-930-11
1-162-924-11
1-164-156-11
s
s
s
s
s
CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 3300P 50V
CAPACITOR,ELECT 1MF/50V(AU)
CAPACITOR, CERAMIC 0.047MF 25V
CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 56PF/50V CH
CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 0.1MF/25V F
C1043
C1045
C1046
C1047
C1048
1-165-931-11
1-126-154-11
1-165-931-11
1-165-931-11
1-165-932-11
s
s
s
s
s
CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 0.01MF 50V
CAPACITOR,ELECT 47MF/6.3V(105)
CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 0.01MF 50V
CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 0.01MF 50V
CAPACITO, CERAMIC 0.022MF 25V
C1301
C1302
C1303
C1304
C1305
1-165-931-11
1-165-931-11
1-104-942-11
1-124-259-11
1-124-465-00
s
s
s
s
s
CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 0.01MF 50V
CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 0.01MF 50V
CAPACITOR,ELECT 1MF/50V(AU)
CAPACITOR,ELECT 4.7MF/50V
CAPACITOR,ELECT 0.47MF/50V
C1049
C1050
C1051
C1052
C1061
1-165-932-11
1-165-930-11
1-165-932-11
1-165-935-11
1-162-921-11
s
s
s
s
s
CAPACITO, CERAMIC 0.022MF 25V
CAPACITOR, CERAMIC 0.047MF 25V
CAPACITO, CERAMIC 0.022MF 25V
CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 0.1MF 16V
CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 33PF/50V CH
C1306
C1307
C1308
C1309
C1310
1-162-922-11
1-162-916-11
1-162-925-11
1-162-925-11
1-162-922-11
s
s
s
s
s
CAPACITOR,CERAMIC
CAPACITOR,CERAMIC
CAPACITOR,CERAMIC
CAPACITOR,CERAMIC
CAPACITOR,CERAMIC
C1062
C1063
C1067
C1075
C1081
1-162-918-11
1-162-923-11
1-165-935-11
1-162-922-11
1-165-931-11
s
s
s
s
s
CAPACITOR,CERAMIC
CAPACITOR,CERAMIC
CAPACITOR,CERAMIC
CAPACITOR,CERAMIC
CAPACITOR,CERAMIC
C1311
C1312
C1313
C1314
C1315
1-104-942-11
1-124-259-11
1-165-931-11
1-165-931-11
1-126-154-11
s
s
s
s
s
CAPACITOR,ELECT 1MF/50V(AU)
CAPACITOR,ELECT 4.7MF/50V
CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 0.01MF 50V
CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 0.01MF 50V
CAPACITOR,ELECT 47MF/6.3V(105)
C1101
C1110
C1111
C1112
C1113
1-126-154-11
1-164-156-11
1-162-923-11
1-104-942-11
1-102-951-00
s
s
s
s
s
CAPACITOR,ELECT 47MF/6.3V(105)
CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 0.1MF/25V F
CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 47PF/50V CH
CAPACITOR,ELECT 1MF/50V(AU)
CAPACITOR,CERAMIC;50V/15PF
C1316
C1317
C1318
C1319
C1321
1-163-017-00
1-165-931-11
1-165-931-11
1-165-935-11
1-127-550-11
s
s
s
s
s
CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 4700PF
CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 0.01MF 50V
CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 0.01MF 50V
CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 0.1MF 16V
CAPACITOR,ELECT 3.3MF/16V SOLI
C1114
C1121
C1122
C1123
C1151
1-104-942-11
1-162-920-11
1-162-915-11
1-100-160-11
1-165-931-11
s
s
s
s
s
CAPACITOR,ELECT 1MF/50V(AU)
CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 27PF/50V CH
CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 10PF/50V CH
CAPACITOR, CERAMIC 30P
CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 0.01MF 50V
C1322
C1323
C1324
C1325
C1331
1-165-931-11
1-162-916-11
1-126-154-11
1-162-922-11
1-124-257-00
s
s
s
s
s
CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 0.01MF 50V
CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 12PF/50V CH
CAPACITOR,ELECT 47MF/6.3V(105)
CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 39PF/50V CH
CAPACITOR,ELECT 2.2MF/50V
C1152
C1153
C1154
C1155
C1156
1-165-931-11
1-165-931-11
1-130-495-11
1-164-156-11
1-162-921-11
s
s
s
s
s
CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 0.01MF 50V
CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 0.01MF 50V
CAPACITOR,FILM 0.1MF/50V
CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 0.1MF/25V F
CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 33PF/50V CH
C1332
C1333
C1334
C1335
C1338
1-124-257-00
1-165-931-11
1-126-154-11
1-124-257-00
1-126-154-11
s
s
s
s
s
CAPACITOR,ELECT 2.2MF/50V
CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 0.01MF 50V
CAPACITOR,ELECT 47MF/6.3V(105)
CAPACITOR,ELECT 2.2MF/50V
CAPACITOR,ELECT 47MF/6.3V(105)
C1201
C1202
C1210
C1211
1-164-156-11
1-115-789-11
1-127-550-11
1-137-643-11
s
s
s
s
CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 0.1MF/25V F
CAPACITOR ELECT 1000MF/25V 105
CAPACITOR,ELECT 3.3MF/16V SOLI
CAPACITOR,ELECT 10MF 16V
C1341
C1342
C1343
C1344
1-165-935-11
1-137-643-11
1-137-643-11
1-165-931-11
s
s
s
s
CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 0.1MF 16V
CAPACITOR,ELECT 10MF 16V
CAPACITOR,ELECT 10MF 16V
CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 0.01MF 50V
C1001
C1002
C1003
C1004
C1005
1-104-942-11
1-126-154-11
1-104-942-11
1-137-643-11
1-124-229-00
s
s
s
s
s
CAPACITOR,ELECT
CAPACITOR,ELECT
CAPACITOR,ELECT
CAPACITOR,ELECT
CAPACITOR,ELECT
C1006
C1008
C1009
C1010
C1011
1-124-465-00
1-104-942-11
1-137-643-11
1-104-942-11
1-164-156-11
s
s
s
s
s
C1012
C1013
C1014
C1015
C1031
1-126-162-11
1-126-162-11
1-104-942-11
1-126-154-11
1-165-935-11
C1032
C1033
C1034
C1035
C1036
4-12
1MF/50V(AU)
47MF/6.3V(105)
1MF/50V(AU)
10MF 16V
33MF/10V
18PF/50V CH
47PF/50V CH
0.1MF 16V
39PF/50V CH
0.01MF 50V
0.01MF 50V
18PF/50V CH
18PF/50V CH
18PF/50V CH
47PF/50V CH
39PF/50V
12PF/50V
68PF/50V
68PF/50V
39PF/50V
CH
CH
CH
CH
CH
SVT-RA40/RA168
(VA-A BOARD)
(VA-A BOARD)
Ref. No.
or Q'ty Part No.
Ref. No.
or Q'ty Part No.
SP Description
SP Description
JK101
JK102
JK201
JK202
1-251-892-11
1-251-892-11
1-794-475-11
1-784-069-11
s
s
s
s
SOCKET, BNC,
SOCKET, BNC,
RCA-2, JACK
JACK, HOON D3.6
L1001
L1002
L1005
L1103
L1111
1-410-519-11
1-410-518-41
1-410-521-11
1-410-520-11
1-410-518-41
s
s
s
s
s
MICRO
MICRO
MICRO
MICRO
MICRO
INDUCTOR
INDUCTOR
INDUCTOR
INDUCTOR
INDUCTOR
68UH
56UH
100UH
82UH
56UH
L1121
L1122
L1221
L1230
L1231
1-410-518-41
1-410-516-11
1-410-515-11
1-414-142-11
1-410-518-41
s
s
s
s
s
MICRO
MICRO
MICRO
MICRO
MICRO
INDUCTOR
INDUCTOR
INDUCTOR
INDUCTOR
INDUCTOR
56UH
39UH
33UH
1 UH
56UH
L1253
L1301
L1303
L1304
L1305
1-410-518-41
1-414-142-11
1-410-517-11
1-410-516-11
1-410-516-11
s
s
s
s
s
MICRO
MICRO
MICRO
MICRO
MICRO
INDUCTOR
INDUCTOR
INDUCTOR
INDUCTOR
INDUCTOR
56UH
1 UH
47UH
39UH
39UH
L1311
L1321
L2071
1-414-142-11 s MICRO INDUCTOR 1 UH
1-410-516-11 s MICRO INDUCTOR 39UH
1-410-521-11 s MICRO INDUCTOR 100UH
Q1001
Q1003
Q1004
Q1005
Q1081
8-729-101-25
8-729-901-81
8-729-901-81
8-729-101-25
8-729-101-25
s
s
s
s
s
TRANSISTOR
TRANSISTOR
TRANSISTOR
TRANSISTOR
TRANSISTOR
2SC1009A
2SC2412K-T-146-R
2SC2412K-T-146-R
2SC1009A
2SC1009A
Q1088
Q1089
Q1102
Q1103
Q1104
8-729-026-49
8-729-027-59
8-729-901-81
8-729-027-59
8-729-027-59
s
s
s
s
s
TRANSISTOR
TRANSISTOR
TRANSISTOR
TRANSISTOR
TRANSISTOR
2SA1037AK-T146-R
DTC144EKA (T146)
2SC2412K-T-146-R
DTC144EKA (T146)
DTC144EKA (T146)
Q1111
Q1112
Q1121
Q1122
Q1123
8-729-901-81
8-729-026-49
8-729-901-81
8-729-901-81
8-729-901-81
s
s
s
s
s
TRANSISTOR
TRANSISTOR
TRANSISTOR
TRANSISTOR
TRANSISTOR
2SC2412K-T-146-R
2SA1037AK-T146-R
2SC2412K-T-146-R
2SC2412K-T-146-R
2SC2412K-T-146-R
Q1124
Q1131
Q1201
Q1202
Q1203
8-729-901-81
8-729-901-81
8-729-026-49
8-729-026-49
8-729-027-59
s
s
s
s
s
TRANSISTOR
TRANSISTOR
TRANSISTOR
TRANSISTOR
TRANSISTOR
2SC2412K-T-146-R
2SC2412K-T-146-R
2SA1037AK-T146-R
2SA1037AK-T146-R
DTC144EKA (T146)
Q1205
Q1210
Q1211
Q1212
Q1213
8-729-026-49
8-729-901-81
8-729-901-81
8-729-901-81
8-729-901-81
s
s
s
s
s
TRANSISTOR
TRANSISTOR
TRANSISTOR
TRANSISTOR
TRANSISTOR
2SA1037AK-T146-R
2SC2412K-T-146-R
2SC2412K-T-146-R
2SC2412K-T-146-R
2SC2412K-T-146-R
8-719-110-41 s DIODE RD15ES-B2
8-719-991-33 s DIODE 1SS133T-77
Q1214
Q1241
Q1242
Q1243
Q1251
8-729-901-81
8-729-901-81
8-729-026-49
8-729-901-81
8-729-205-97
s
s
s
s
s
TRANSISTOR
TRANSISTOR
TRANSISTOR
TRANSISTOR
TRANSISTOR
2SC2412K-T-146-R
2SC2412K-T-146-R
2SA1037AK-T146-R
2SC2412K-T-146-R
2SC3668-Y
IC101
IC111
IC121
IC131
IC132
1-804-664-11
8-759-433-44
1-804-822-11
1-804-147-11
1-804-181-11
Q1252
Q1253
Q1301
Q1302
Q1303
8-729-901-81
8-729-026-49
8-729-026-49
8-729-901-81
8-729-026-49
s
s
s
s
s
TRANSISTOR
TRANSISTOR
TRANSISTOR
TRANSISTOR
TRANSISTOR
2SC2412K-T-146-R
2SA1037AK-T146-R
2SA1037AK-T146-R
2SC2412K-T-146-R
2SA1037AK-T146-R
IC211
1-801-984-11 s IC LA6458D
Q1311
8-729-901-81 s TRANSISTOR 2SC2412K-T-146-R
C1801
C1802
C1851
C1852
C1853
1-126-154-11
1-165-931-11
1-164-156-11
1-162-920-11
1-162-920-11
s
s
s
s
s
CAPACITOR,ELECT 47MF/6.3V(105)
CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 0.01MF 50V
CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 0.1MF/25V F
CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 27PF/50V CH
CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 27PF/50V CH
C1855
C1856
C1857
C1871
C1872
1-164-156-11
1-165-931-11
1-165-931-11
1-162-920-11
1-162-920-11
s
s
s
s
s
CAPACITOR,CERAMIC
CAPACITOR,CERAMIC
CAPACITOR,CERAMIC
CAPACITOR,CERAMIC
CAPACITOR,CERAMIC
C1873
C1874
C1875
C2001
C2002
1-165-930-11
1-165-931-11
1-165-931-11
1-124-638-11
1-137-643-11
s
s
s
s
s
CAPACITOR, CERAMIC 0.047MF 25V
CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 0.01MF 50V
CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 0.01MF 50V
CAPACITOR,ELECT 22MF/10V
CAPACITOR,ELECT 10MF 16V
C2003
C2004
C2005
C2006
C2007
1-124-463-00
1-124-259-11
1-124-229-00
1-137-643-11
1-126-154-11
s
s
s
s
s
CAPACITOR,ELECT
CAPACITOR,ELECT
CAPACITOR,ELECT
CAPACITOR,ELECT
CAPACITOR,ELECT
C2031
C2032
C2033
C2034
C2035
1-165-928-11
1-165-932-11
1-165-931-11
1-137-745-11
1-164-156-11
s
s
s
s
s
CAPACITOR, CERAMIC 2700P 50V
CAPACITO, CERAMIC 0.022MF 25V
CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 0.01MF 50V
CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 1200PF
CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 0.1MF/25V F
C2036
C2037
C2038
C2040
C2041
1-165-925-11
1-164-156-11
1-164-156-11
1-164-156-11
1-165-930-11
s
s
s
s
s
CAPACITOR, CERAMIC 5600P 50V
CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 0.1MF/25V F
CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 0.1MF/25V F
CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 0.1MF/25V F
CAPACITOR, CERAMIC 0.047MF 25V
C2043
C2049
C2071
C2072
C2073
1-104-942-11
1-164-156-11
1-126-154-11
1-126-154-11
1-130-973-00
s
s
s
s
s
CAPACITOR,ELECT 1MF/50V(AU)
CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 0.1MF/25V F
CAPACITOR,ELECT 47MF/6.3V(105)
CAPACITOR,ELECT 47MF/6.3V(105)
CAPACITOR,FILM 0.022MF/100V PP
C2081
C2082
C2111
C2112
C2113
1-165-931-11
1-165-934-11
1-137-643-11
1-126-154-11
1-137-643-11
s
s
s
s
s
CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 0.01MF 50V
CAPACITOR, CERAMIC 0.033MF 25V
CAPACITOR,ELECT 10MF 16V
CAPACITOR,ELECT 47MF/6.3V(105)
CAPACITOR,ELECT 10MF 16V
C2114
C2115
C2117
C2118
C2121
1-164-156-11
1-137-643-11
1-137-643-11
1-165-601-11
1-162-927-11
s
s
s
s
s
CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 0.1MF/25V F
CAPACITOR,ELECT 10MF 16V
CAPACITOR,ELECT 10MF 16V
CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 1000P 25V
CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 100PF/50V CH
D1002
D1221
D1251
D1602
D2047
8-719-991-33
8-719-991-33
8-719-109-89
8-719-991-33
8-719-991-33
s
s
s
s
s
DIODE
DIODE
DIODE
DIODE
DIODE
D2111
D2201
SVT-RA40/RA168
s
s
s
s
s
IC
IC
IC
IC
IC
0.1MF/50V
4.7MF/50V
33MF/10V
10MF 16V
47MF/6.3V(105)
1SS133T-77
1SS133T-77
RD5.6ES-B2
1SS133T-77
1SS133T-77
LA71582M-MPB
MM1031XML
LC74781-9832
TL8825P
BA7611AN
0.1MF/25V F
0.01MF 50V
0.01MF 50V
27PF/50V CH
27PF/50V CH
4-13
(VA-A BOARD)
(VA-A BOARD)
Ref. No.
or Q'ty Part No.
Ref. No.
or Q'ty Part No.
SP Description
SP Description
Q1321
Q1322
Q1323
Q1324
Q1337
8-729-901-81
8-729-901-81
8-729-901-81
8-729-901-81
8-729-027-59
s
s
s
s
s
TRANSISTOR
TRANSISTOR
TRANSISTOR
TRANSISTOR
TRANSISTOR
2SC2412K-T-146-R
2SC2412K-T-146-R
2SC2412K-T-146-R
2SC2412K-T-146-R
DTC144EKA (T146)
R1104
R1111
R1112
R1113
R1114
1-216-833-11
1-216-821-11
1-216-821-11
1-216-841-11
1-216-841-11
s
s
s
s
s
RESISTOR,CHIP 10K 1/16W (1608)
RESISTOR,CHIP 1.0K 1/16W(1608)
RESISTOR,CHIP 1.0K 1/16W(1608)
RESISTOR, CHIP 47K 1/16W 1608
RESISTOR, CHIP 47K 1/16W 1608
Q1338
Q1341
Q1342
Q1343
Q1344
8-729-901-81
8-729-026-49
8-729-901-81
8-729-901-81
8-729-901-81
s
s
s
s
s
TRANSISTOR
TRANSISTOR
TRANSISTOR
TRANSISTOR
TRANSISTOR
2SC2412K-T-146-R
2SA1037AK-T146-R
2SC2412K-T-146-R
2SC2412K-T-146-R
2SC2412K-T-146-R
R1116
R1117
R1118
R1120
R1121
1-216-817-11
1-216-817-11
1-216-821-11
1-216-818-11
1-216-818-11
s
s
s
s
s
RESISTOR,CHIP 470 1/16W 1608
RESISTOR,CHIP 470 1/16W 1608
RESISTOR,CHIP 1.0K 1/16W(1608)
RESISTOR, CHIP 560 1/16W 1608
RESISTOR, CHIP 560 1/16W 1608
Q1601
Q1801
Q1851
Q2040
Q2041
8-729-027-59
8-729-901-81
8-729-901-81
8-729-027-59
8-729-027-59
s
s
s
s
s
TRANSISTOR
TRANSISTOR
TRANSISTOR
TRANSISTOR
TRANSISTOR
DTC144EKA (T146)
2SC2412K-T-146-R
2SC2412K-T-146-R
DTC144EKA (T146)
DTC144EKA (T146)
R1122
R1123
R1124
R1125
R1126
1-216-824-11
1-216-818-11
1-216-837-11
1-243-814-11
1-218-867-11
s
s
s
s
s
RESISTOR, CHIP 1.8K 1/16W 1608
RESISTOR, CHIP 560 1/16W 1608
RESISTOR,CHIP 22K 1/16W 1608
RESISTOR,CHIP 16W
RESISTOR,CHIP 6.8K 1/10W(1608)
Q2043
Q2045
Q2046
Q2047
Q2048
8-729-027-59
8-729-027-59
8-729-027-59
8-729-920-31
8-729-027-59
s
s
s
s
s
TRANSISTOR
TRANSISTOR
TRANSISTOR
TRANSISTOR
TRANSISTOR
DTC144EKA
DTC144EKA
DTC144EKA
DTC343TK
DTC144EKA
R1127
R1128
R1129
R1131
R1201
1-216-815-11
1-216-815-11
1-216-821-11
1-216-821-11
1-218-285-11
s
s
s
s
s
RESISTOR,CHIP
RESISTOR,CHIP
RESISTOR,CHIP
RESISTOR,CHIP
RESISTOR,CHIP
Q2071
Q2072
Q2073
Q2074
Q2075
1-810-880-11
8-729-873-40
1-810-471-11
1-810-471-11
1-810-880-11
s
s
s
s
s
TRANSISTOR
TRANSISTOR
TRANSISTOR
TRANSISTOR
TRANSISTOR
2SA1318-S
2SD734E
2SC3331-S-AA
2SC3331-S-AA
2SA1318-S
R1202
R1203
R1204
R1205
R1209
1-249-414-11
1-249-414-11
1-216-829-11
1-216-821-11
1-216-829-11
s
s
s
s
s
RESISTOR,CARBON 560 1/4W SMALL
RESISTOR,CARBON 560 1/4W SMALL
RESISTOR,CHIP 4.7K 1/16W(1608)
RESISTOR,CHIP 1.0K 1/16W(1608)
RESISTOR,CHIP 4.7K 1/16W(1608)
Q2204
8-729-027-56 s TRANSISTOR DTC143TKA-T146
R1002
R1003
R1004
R1005
R1006
1-216-835-11
1-218-867-11
1-216-833-11
1-216-815-11
1-243-846-11
s
s
s
s
s
RESISTOR,CHIP
RESISTOR,CHIP
RESISTOR,CHIP
RESISTOR,CHIP
RESISTOR,CHIP
15K 1/16W
6.8K 1/10W(1608)
10K 1/16W (1608)
330 1/16W 1608
1.2K
R1210
R1211
R1212
R1213
R1214
1-216-843-11
1-218-285-11
1-245-301-11
1-216-832-11
1-243-819-11
s
s
s
s
s
RESISTOR,CHIP
RESISTOR,CHIP
RESISTOR,CHIP
RESISTOR,CHIP
RESISTOR,CHIP
R1007
R1008
R1009
R1010
R1012
1-216-815-11
1-216-809-11
1-216-826-11
1-243-819-11
1-216-829-11
s
s
s
s
s
RESISTOR,CHIP
RESISTOR,CHIP
RESISTOR,CHIP
RESISTOR,CHIP
RESISTOR,CHIP
330 1/16W 1608
100 1/16W 1608
2.7K 1/16W(1608)
680
4.7K 1/16W(1608)
R1215
R1216
R1217
R1218
R1219
1-216-826-11
1-216-832-11
1-216-826-11
1-216-825-11
1-216-049-11
s
s
s
s
s
RESISTOR,CHIP 2.7K 1/16W(1608)
RESISTOR,CHIP 8.2K 1/16W 1608
RESISTOR,CHIP 2.7K 1/16W(1608)
RESISTOR,CHIP 2.2K 1/16W 1608
RESISTOR, CHIP 1K 1/10W(2012)
R1013
R1014
R1015
R1017
R1018
1-216-824-11
1-216-823-11
1-243-818-11
1-216-821-11
1-216-828-11
s
s
s
s
s
RESISTOR, CHIP 1.8K 1/16W 1608
RESISTOR, CHIP 1.5K 1/16W
RESISTOR,CHIP 5.6K 16W
RESISTOR,CHIP 1.0K 1/16W(1608)
RESISTOR, CHIP 3.9K 1/16W 1608
R1220
R1221
R1222
R1223
R1231
1-216-049-11
1-216-821-11
1-216-821-11
1-216-821-11
1-216-813-11
s
s
s
s
s
RESISTOR, CHIP 1K 1/10W(2012)
RESISTOR,CHIP 1.0K 1/16W(1608)
RESISTOR,CHIP 1.0K 1/16W(1608)
RESISTOR,CHIP 1.0K 1/16W(1608)
RESISTOR, CHIP 220 1/16W 1608
R1019
R1020
R1021
R1022
R1024
1-218-850-11
1-216-824-11
1-216-821-11
1-216-832-11
1-216-821-11
s
s
s
s
s
RESISTOR,CHIP 1.3K 1/10W(1608)
RESISTOR, CHIP 1.8K 1/16W 1608
RESISTOR,CHIP 1.0K 1/16W(1608)
RESISTOR,CHIP 8.2K 1/16W 1608
RESISTOR,CHIP 1.0K 1/16W(1608)
R1232
R1241
R1242
R1243
R1244
1-245-300-11
1-216-827-11
1-216-821-11
1-216-845-11
1-216-821-11
s
s
s
s
s
RESISTOR, CHIP 820K
RESISTOR, CHIP 3.3K 1/16W 1608
RESISTOR,CHIP 1.0K 1/16W(1608)
RESISTOR,CHIP 100K 1/16W(1608)
RESISTOR,CHIP 1.0K 1/16W(1608)
R1026
R1045
R1051
R1062
R1081
1-216-837-11
1-216-821-11
1-216-836-11
1-216-857-11
1-216-821-11
s
s
s
s
s
RESISTOR,CHIP 22K 1/16W 1608
RESISTOR,CHIP 1.0K 1/16W(1608)
RESISTOR, CHIP 18K 1/16W 1608
RESISTOR,CHIP 1M 1/16W(1608)
RESISTOR,CHIP 1.0K 1/16W(1608)
R1245
R1246
R1251
R1252
R1253
1-216-821-11
1-216-821-11
1-249-415-11
1-216-821-11
1-216-813-11
s
s
s
s
s
RESISTOR,CHIP 1.0K 1/16W(1608)
RESISTOR,CHIP 1.0K 1/16W(1608)
RES,CARBON 680 1/4W (SMALL)
RESISTOR,CHIP 1.0K 1/16W(1608)
RESISTOR, CHIP 220 1/16W 1608
R1082
R1083
R1084
R1085
R1086
1-216-815-11
1-216-841-11
1-216-841-11
1-216-843-11
1-216-815-11
s
s
s
s
s
RESISTOR,CHIP 330 1/16W 1608
RESISTOR, CHIP 47K 1/16W 1608
RESISTOR, CHIP 47K 1/16W 1608
RESISTOR,CHIP 68K 1/16W (1608)
RESISTOR,CHIP 330 1/16W 1608
R1254
R1255
R1256
R1257
R1258
1-216-849-11
1-216-817-11
1-216-845-11
1-216-829-11
1-216-821-11
s
s
s
s
s
RESISTOR,CHIP
RESISTOR,CHIP
RESISTOR,CHIP
RESISTOR,CHIP
RESISTOR,CHIP
R1088
R1103
1-216-821-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 1.0K 1/16W(1608)
1-216-821-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 1.0K 1/16W(1608)
R1300
R1301
R1302
R1303
1-216-823-11
1-216-821-11
1-216-824-11
1-216-821-11
s
s
s
s
RESISTOR, CHIP 1.5K 1/16W
RESISTOR,CHIP 1.0K 1/16W(1608)
RESISTOR, CHIP 1.8K 1/16W 1608
RESISTOR,CHIP 1.0K 1/16W(1608)
4-14
(T146)
(T146)
(T146)
(T146)
330 1/16W 1608
330 1/16W 1608
1.0K 1/16W(1608)
1.0K 1/16W(1608)
75 1/16W (1608)
68K 1/16W (1608)
75 1/16W (1608)
56K
8.2K 1/16W 1608
680
220K 1/16W 1608
470 1/16W 1608
100K 1/16W(1608)
4.7K 1/16W(1608)
1.0K 1/16W(1608)
SVT-RA40/RA168
(VA-A BOARD)
(VA-A BOARD)
Ref. No.
or Q'ty Part No.
Ref. No.
or Q'ty Part No.
SP Description
SP Description
R1304
R1305
R1306
R1307
R1311
1-216-817-11
1-243-819-11
1-216-821-11
1-216-821-11
1-216-821-11
s
s
s
s
s
RESISTOR,CHIP
RESISTOR,CHIP
RESISTOR,CHIP
RESISTOR,CHIP
RESISTOR,CHIP
470 1/16W 1608
680
1.0K 1/16W(1608)
1.0K 1/16W(1608)
1.0K 1/16W(1608)
R2040
R2043
R2045
R2046
R2048
1-216-821-11
1-243-846-11
1-216-825-11
1-218-867-11
1-216-827-11
s
s
s
s
s
RESISTOR,CHIP 1.0K 1/16W(1608)
RESISTOR,CHIP 1.2K
RESISTOR,CHIP 2.2K 1/16W 1608
RESISTOR,CHIP 6.8K 1/10W(1608)
RESISTOR, CHIP 3.3K 1/16W 1608
R1312
R1313
R1315
R1321
R1322
1-216-821-11
1-216-820-11
1-216-295-00
1-216-821-11
1-216-821-11
s
s
s
s
s
RESISTOR,CHIP 1.0K 1/16W(1608)
RESISTOR, CHIP 820 1/16W 1608
CONDUCTOR, CHIP (2012)
RESISTOR,CHIP 1.0K 1/16W(1608)
RESISTOR,CHIP 1.0K 1/16W(1608)
R2071
R2072
R2073
R2074
R2075
1-216-837-11
1-249-381-11
1-216-826-11
1-249-401-11
1-216-818-11
s
s
s
s
s
RESISTOR,CHIP 22K 1/16W 1608
RES,CARBON 1 (1/4W)
RESISTOR,CHIP 2.7K 1/16W(1608)
RES,CARBON 47 1/4W (SMALL)
RESISTOR, CHIP 560 1/16W 1608
R1323
R1324
R1325
R1326
R1327
1-216-843-11
1-245-301-11
1-249-409-11
1-216-832-11
1-216-832-11
s
s
s
s
s
RESISTOR,CHIP 68K 1/16W (1608)
RESISTOR,CHIP 56K
RESISTOR,CARBON 220 1/4W SMALL
RESISTOR,CHIP 8.2K 1/16W 1608
RESISTOR,CHIP 8.2K 1/16W 1608
R2076
R2077
R2078
R2079
R2112
1-216-825-11
1-216-821-11
1-216-833-11
1-216-837-11
1-216-833-11
s
s
s
s
s
RESISTOR,CHIP
RESISTOR,CHIP
RESISTOR,CHIP
RESISTOR,CHIP
RESISTOR,CHIP
2.2K 1/16W 1608
1.0K 1/16W(1608)
10K 1/16W (1608)
22K 1/16W 1608
10K 1/16W (1608)
R1328
R1329
R1330
R1331
R1332
1-216-826-11
1-216-829-11
1-216-825-11
1-216-049-11
1-245-303-11
s
s
s
s
s
RESISTOR,CHIP 2.7K 1/16W(1608)
RESISTOR,CHIP 4.7K 1/16W(1608)
RESISTOR,CHIP 2.2K 1/16W 1608
RESISTOR, CHIP 1K 1/10W(2012)
RESISTOR, CHIP 2.2M
R2113
R2114
R2115
R2116
R2117
1-216-833-11
1-216-833-11
1-216-845-11
1-216-809-11
1-216-840-11
s
s
s
s
s
RESISTOR,CHIP
RESISTOR,CHIP
RESISTOR,CHIP
RESISTOR,CHIP
RESISTOR,CHIP
10K 1/16W (1608)
10K 1/16W (1608)
100K 1/16W(1608)
100 1/16W 1608
39K 1/16W 1608
R1333
R1334
R1336
R1337
R1338
1-245-303-11
1-216-841-11
1-245-303-11
1-216-841-11
1-216-826-11
s
s
s
s
s
RESISTOR, CHIP 2.2M
RESISTOR, CHIP 47K 1/16W 1608
RESISTOR, CHIP 2.2M
RESISTOR, CHIP 47K 1/16W 1608
RESISTOR,CHIP 2.7K 1/16W(1608)
R2119
R2201
R2202
R2203
R2204
1-216-833-11
1-216-814-11
1-216-839-11
1-216-815-11
1-245-318-11
s
s
s
s
s
RESISTOR,CHIP
RESISTOR,CHIP
RESISTOR,CHIP
RESISTOR,CHIP
RESISTOR,CHIP
10K 1/16W
270 1/16W
33K 1/16W
330 1/16W
120K
R1339
R1340
R1341
R1342
R1343
1-243-814-11
1-216-838-11
1-216-809-11
1-216-825-11
1-216-841-11
s
s
s
s
s
RESISTOR,CHIP 16W
RESISTOR CHIP 27K 1/16W(1608)
RESISTOR,CHIP 100 1/16W 1608
RESISTOR,CHIP 2.2K 1/16W 1608
RESISTOR, CHIP 47K 1/16W 1608
RY101
1-755-468-11 s RELAY
T2001
1-431-150-11 s TRANSFORMER, OSC 70KHZ
TH131
1-801-345-11 s THERMISTOR XAC102L400N
R1344
R1345
R1346
R1347
R1348
1-243-846-11
1-216-825-11
1-243-819-11
1-216-824-11
1-218-701-11
s
s
s
s
s
RESISTOR,CHIP 1.2K
RESISTOR,CHIP 2.2K 1/16W 1608
RESISTOR,CHIP 680
RESISTOR, CHIP 1.8K 1/16W 1608
RESISTOR,CHIP 2.4K 1/16W(1608)
VR111
VR131
1-228-990-00 s RESISTOR,ADJ METAL 1K
1-228-991-00 s RESISTOR,ADJ 2.2K
X1001
X1201
1-760-597-11 s OSCILLATOR,CRYSTAL(3.579545MHZ
1-579-346-11 s CRYSTAL, OSC(7.16MHZ)
R1349
R1350
R1351
R1604
R1802
1-243-814-11
1-218-867-11
1-216-826-11
1-216-864-11
1-216-828-11
s
s
s
s
s
RESISTOR,CHIP 16W
RESISTOR,CHIP 6.8K 1/10W(1608)
RESISTOR,CHIP 2.7K 1/16W(1608)
CONDUCTOR, CHIP (1608)
RESISTOR, CHIP 3.9K 1/16W 1608
XF131
1-233-292-11 s FILTER, LOW PASS 6MHZ (3028P)
R1804
R1851
R1852
R1853
R1854
1-216-826-11
1-245-319-11
1-216-832-11
1-216-833-11
1-245-319-11
s
s
s
s
s
RESISTOR,CHIP
RESISTOR,CHIP
RESISTOR,CHIP
RESISTOR,CHIP
RESISTOR,CHIP
R1856
R2001
R2002
R2003
R2004
1-216-826-11
1-218-850-11
1-216-838-11
1-216-851-11
1-216-813-11
s
s
s
s
s
RESISTOR,CHIP 2.7K 1/16W(1608)
RESISTOR,CHIP 1.3K 1/10W(1608)
RESISTOR CHIP 27K 1/16W(1608)
RESISTOR,CHIP 330K 1/16W 1608
RESISTOR, CHIP 220 1/16W 1608
R2005
R2006
R2007
R2010
R2011
1-243-814-11
1-216-829-11
1-243-814-11
1-216-829-11
1-216-829-11
s
s
s
s
s
RESISTOR,CHIP
RESISTOR,CHIP
RESISTOR,CHIP
RESISTOR,CHIP
RESISTOR,CHIP
R2012
R2013
R2014
R2015
1-216-828-11
1-245-328-11
1-216-826-11
1-216-839-11
s
s
s
s
RESISTOR, CHIP 3.9K 1/16W 1608
RESISTOR,CHIP 180
RESISTOR,CHIP 2.7K 1/16W(1608)
RESISTOR,CHIP 33K 1/16W 1608
SVT-RA40/RA168
(1608)
1608
1608
1608
2.7K 1/16W(1608)
180
8.2K 1/16W 1608
10K 1/16W (1608)
180
16W
4.7K 1/16W(1608)
16W
4.7K 1/16W(1608)
4.7K 1/16W(1608)
4-15
---------MC-1 BOARD
---------Ref. No.
or Q'ty Part No.
-----------------------CT-1 BOARD FOR SVT-RS100
-----------------------Ref. No.
or Q'ty Part No.
SP Description
C0001
C0002
C0003
C0004
C0005
1-137-643-11
1-137-643-11
1-137-643-11
1-137-643-11
1-124-589-11
s
s
s
s
s
CAPACITOR,ELECT
CAPACITOR,ELECT
CAPACITOR,ELECT
CAPACITOR,ELECT
CAPACITOR,ELECT
C0006
C0007
C0008
C0010
C0011
1-164-156-11
1-137-643-11
1-165-931-11
1-164-156-11
1-164-156-11
s
s
s
s
s
CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 0.1MF/25V F
CAPACITOR,ELECT 10MF 16V
CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 0.01MF 50V
CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 0.1MF/25V F
CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 0.1MF/25V F
C0014
C0018
C0019
C0020
C0021
1-164-156-11
1-164-156-11
1-164-156-11
1-164-156-11
1-164-156-11
s
s
s
s
s
CAPACITOR,CERAMIC
CAPACITOR,CERAMIC
CAPACITOR,CERAMIC
CAPACITOR,CERAMIC
CAPACITOR,CERAMIC
C0022
1-124-589-11 s CAPACITOR,ELECT 47MF/16V
D0001
D0002
D0003
D0004
D0005
8-719-991-33
8-719-991-33
8-719-991-33
8-719-991-33
8-719-991-33
F0001
F0002
F0003
1-233-590-11 s FILTER DSS306-91B101M
1-233-590-11 s FILTER DSS306-91B101M
1-233-590-11 s FILTER DSS306-91B101M
IC001
IC002
IC003
IC004
IC005
8-759-252-59
1-804-793-11
1-801-356-11
8-759-140-53
1-803-882-11
JK002
JK003
1-816-618-11 s JACK-MODULAR 4
1-816-618-11 s JACK-MODULAR 4
L0001
1-414-540-11 s INDUCTOR 1.1UH
R0001
R0002
R0003
R0004
R0005
1-216-833-11
1-216-833-11
1-216-833-11
1-216-820-11
1-216-833-11
s
s
s
s
s
RESISTOR,CHIP 10K 1/16W (1608)
RESISTOR,CHIP 10K 1/16W (1608)
RESISTOR,CHIP 10K 1/16W (1608)
RESISTOR, CHIP 820 1/16W 1608
RESISTOR,CHIP 10K 1/16W (1608)
R0006
R0007
R0008
R0009
R0010
1-216-833-11
1-216-833-11
1-216-833-11
1-216-833-11
1-216-833-11
s
s
s
s
s
RESISTOR,CHIP
RESISTOR,CHIP
RESISTOR,CHIP
RESISTOR,CHIP
RESISTOR,CHIP
R0011
R0012
R0013
R0014
R0015
1-249-406-11
1-216-833-11
1-216-821-11
1-216-837-11
1-216-821-11
s
s
s
s
s
RES,CARBON 120 1/4W SMALL
RESISTOR,CHIP 10K 1/16W (1608)
RESISTOR,CHIP 1.0K 1/16W(1608)
RESISTOR,CHIP 22K 1/16W 1608
RESISTOR,CHIP 1.0K 1/16W(1608)
R0016
R0017
R0018
R0026
1-216-864-11
1-216-821-11
1-216-821-11
1-216-821-11
s
s
s
s
CONDUCTOR, CHIP (1608)
RESISTOR,CHIP 1.0K 1/16W(1608)
RESISTOR,CHIP 1.0K 1/16W(1608)
RESISTOR,CHIP 1.0K 1/16W(1608)
S0001
1-786-373-11 s SOLID, SWITCH 1P-2T
X0001
1-795-624-11 s CERAMIC, OSC 8.38MHZ
4-16
s
s
s
s
s
s
s
s
s
s
DIODE
DIODE
DIODE
DIODE
DIODE
IC
IC
IC
IC
IC
10MF 16V
10MF 16V
10MF 16V
10MF 16V
47MF/16V
0.1MF/25V
0.1MF/25V
0.1MF/25V
0.1MF/25V
0.1MF/25V
SP Description
1pc
A-8321-980-A o MOUNTED CIRCUIT BOARD, MC-1
C8001
1-164-159-21 s CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 0.1MF(S-)
R8003
R8004
R8005
1-249-410-11 s RES,CARBON 270 1/4W (SMALL)
1-249-407-11 s RES,CARBON 150 1/4W (SMALL)
1-249-410-11 s RES,CARBON 270 1/4W (SMALL)
S8002
1-762-173-11 s SWITCH, EP (1P-1T)
F
F
F
F
F
1SS133T-77
1SS133T-77
1SS133T-77
1SS133T-77
1SS133T-77
MAX202CSE
UPD78F0034AGK-P013BA
MN1381-R
UPD4053BC
MAX3082CSA
10K
10K
10K
10K
10K
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
(1608)
(1608)
(1608)
(1608)
(1608)
SVT-RA40/RA168
---------PW-1 BOARD
---------Ref. No.
or Q'ty Part No.
1pc
C5001
C5002
C5005
C5007
C5011
(PW-1 BOARD)
Ref. No.
or Q'ty Part No.
SP Description
A-8344-343-A s MOUNTED CIRCUIT BOARD, PW-1
!
!
!
!
1-127-769-11
1-127-769-11
1-135-582-11
1-127-771-11
1-124-257-00
s
s
s
s
s
CAPACITOR,FILM 0.033MF
CAPACITOR,FILM 0.033MF
CAPACITOR CERAMIC 1000PF
CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 2200PF
CAPACITOR,ELECT 2.2MF/50V
C5014
C5017
C5019
C5030
C5101
1-130-495-11
1-115-701-11
1-102-976-00
1-115-192-11
1-135-413-11
s
s
s
s
s
CAPACITOR,FILM 0.1MF/50V
CAPCITOR, ELECT, 680PF/1KV
CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 180PF/50V SL
CAPACITOR,ELECT 150MF/200V
CAPACITOR,ELECT 1000MF 6.3V
C5102
C5103
C5104
C5108
C5109
1-135-413-11
1-115-789-11
1-115-789-11
1-126-967-11
1-126-947-11
s
s
s
s
s
CAPACITOR,ELECT 1000MF 6.3V
CAPACITOR ELECT 1000MF/25V 105
CAPACITOR ELECT 1000MF/25V 105
CAPACITOR,ELECT 47MF/50V
CAPACITOR, ELECT 47MF/35V
C5110
C5111
C5119
C5124
C5130
1-126-176-11
1-130-495-11
1-124-589-11
1-109-952-11
1-102-228-00
s
s
s
s
s
CAPACITOR,ELECT 220MF/10V
CAPACITOR,FILM 0.1MF/50V
CAPACITOR,ELECT 47MF/16V
CAPACITOR ERECT 0.47MF/50V(NP)
CAPACITOR,CERAMIC;470PF/500V
C5131
1-102-228-00 s CAPACITOR,CERAMIC;470PF/500V
SP Description
R5010
R5011
R5012
R5013
R5014
1-216-073-00
1-216-001-00
1-216-109-00
1-216-059-00
1-216-095-00
s
s
s
s
s
RESISTOR,CHIP 10K 1/10W(2012)
RESISTOR, CHIP 10 1/10W(2012)
RESISTOR CHIP 330K 1/10W(2012)
RESISTOR,CHIP 2.7K 1/10W(2012)
RESISTOR, CHIP 82K 1/10W(2012)
R5015
R5016
R5020
R5021
R5101
1-216-081-00
1-216-101-00
1-240-308-11
1-240-308-11
1-216-037-00
s
s
s
s
s
RESISTOR,CHIP
RESISTOR CHIP
RESISTOR,CHIP
RESISTOR,CHIP
RESISTOR,CHIP
R5102
R5103
R5104
R5111
R5114
1-245-417-11
1-245-418-11
1-249-427-11
1-245-418-11
1-216-037-00
s
s
s
s
s
RESISTOR,CHIP 180 1/10W(2012)
RESISTOR, CHIP 560 1/10W(2012)
RES,CARBON 6.8K 1/4W (SMALL)
RESISTOR, CHIP 560 1/10W(2012)
RESISTOR,CHIP 330 1/10W(2012)
R5122
R5123
R5140
R5141
R5142
1-249-391-11
1-216-055-00
1-249-419-11
1-249-419-11
1-245-394-11
s
s
s
s
s
RES,CARBON 6.8 1/4W
RESISTOR CHIP 1.8K 1/10W(2012)
RESISTOR,CARBON 1.5K 1/4W
RESISTOR,CARBON 1.5K 1/4W
RESISTOR,CHIP 8.2K 1/10W(2012)
R5143
R5144
R5145
R5146
R5147
1-243-935-11
1-216-295-00
1-249-410-11
1-249-410-11
1-249-410-11
s
s
s
s
s
RESISTOR CHIP 2.2K 1/10W(2012)
CONDUCTOR, CHIP (2012)
RES,CARBON 270 1/4W (SMALL)
RES,CARBON 270 1/4W (SMALL)
RES,CARBON 270 1/4W (SMALL)
R5150
1-216-646-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 620 1/10W (2012)
22K 1/10W(2012)
150K 1/10W(2012)
100 1W
100 1W
330 1/10W(2012)
!
1-251-828-11 s SOCKET, AC INLET
s
s
s
s
s
DIODE
DIODE
DIODE
DIODE
PHOTO
DB154G-S
1SS83
1SS83
1SS83
COUPLER PS2501-1D
T5001
!
1-433-643-11 s TRANSFORMER, POWER
!
1-803-466-11
8-719-901-83
8-719-901-83
8-719-901-83
1-801-299-11
VA501
!
1-801-123-11 s VARISTOR ENC4710D-05AS6
D5101
D5104
D5105
D5106
D5107
1-803-251-11
1-803-251-11
8-719-901-83
8-719-901-83
8-719-970-87
s
s
s
s
s
DIODE
DIODE
DIODE
DIODE
DIODE
SF-24
SF-24
1SS83
1SS83
ERA38-06
Y5074
Y5075
Y5076
Y5077
Y5078
1-533-583-11
1-533-583-11
3-968-578-01
3-968-578-01
3-968-578-01
s
s
o
o
o
FUSE,HOLDER
FUSE,HOLDER
HOLDER
HOLDER
HOLDER
D5108
D5110
8-719-921-40 s DIODE MTZJ4.7C
8-719-109-93 s DIODE RD6.2ES-B2
Y5092
Y5093
Y5094
Y5095
7-682-161-09
7-682-161-09
7-688-004-01
7-688-004-01
s
s
s
s
SCREW +P4X8
SCREW +P4X8
WASHER W4 SMALL
WASHER W4 SMALL
CN501
D5001
D5003
D5006
D5011
D5013
F5001
!
IC511
IC513
(RECTI)
1-532-743-11 s FUSE,GLASS TUBE 2A/125V(20MM)
1-810-060-11 s IC L5431-AA
1-810-060-11 s IC L5431-AA
L5001
L5010
L5101
L5102
!
1-234-483-11
1-414-540-11
1-410-509-11
1-410-509-11
PR511
PR512
!
!
1-533-611-11 s PROTECTOR, IC 1.0A 50V
1-533-611-11 s PROTECTOR, IC 1.0A 50V
s
s
s
s
Q5002
Q5003
Q5004
Q5010
Q5140
1-809-602-11
8-729-140-97
1-809-602-11
1-801-298-11
8-729-024-68
Q5141
Q5142
8-729-029-56 s TRANSISTOR DTA144ESA
8-729-027-59 s TRANSISTOR DTC144EKA (T146)
R5001
R5002
R5003
!
s
s
s
s
s
FILTER, LINE
INDUCTOR 1.1UH
MICRO INDUCTOR 10UH
MICRO INDUCTOR 10UH
TRANSISTOR 2SC2274-F-AA
TRANSISTOR 2SB734-34
TRANSISTOR 2SC2274-F-AA
TRANISTOR 2SK2434
TRANSISTOR 2SD1801-S
1-240-219-11 s RESISTOR ,SOLID 2.7M
1-247-887-00 s RESISTOR,CARBON 220K 1/4W
1-247-887-00 s RESISTOR,CARBON 220K 1/4W
SVT-RA40/RA168
4-17
---------TM-1 BOARD
----------
(TM-1 BOARD)
Ref. No.
or Q'ty Part No.
*A: [SVT-RA40]
*B: [SVT-RA168]
Ref. No.
or Q'ty Part No.
1pc
1pc
1pc
SP Description
*B A-8344-347-A s MOUNTED CIRCUIT BOARD, TM-1
*A A-8344-473-A s MOUNTED CIRCUIT BOARD, TM-1
1-518-833-11 s INDICATOR TUBE
C7103
C7104
C7105
C7108
C7110
1-124-589-11
1-102-129-00
1-164-159-21
1-102-973-00
1-162-291-31
s
s
s
s
s
CAPACITOR,ELECT 47MF/16V
CAPACITOR,CERAMIC;50V/0.01MF
CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 0.1MF(S-)
CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 100PF/50V
CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 560PF/50V(B)
C7111
C7112
C7113
1-162-291-31 s CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 560PF/50V(B)
1-162-291-31 s CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 560PF/50V(B)
1-162-291-31 s CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 560PF/50V(B)
D7101
D7102
D7103
D7106
D7109
8-719-078-45
8-719-078-45
8-719-078-45
8-719-078-45
8-719-078-45
s
s
s
s
s
DIODE
DIODE
DIODE
DIODE
DIODE
GMA01U-BT
GMA01U-BT
GMA01U-BT
GMA01U-BT
GMA01U-BT
D7112
D7114
D7115
D7116
D7117
8-719-078-45
8-719-078-45
8-719-078-45
8-719-078-45
8-719-078-45
s
s
s
s
s
DIODE
DIODE
DIODE
DIODE
DIODE
GMA01U-BT
GMA01U-BT
GMA01U-BT
GMA01U-BT
GMA01U-BT
D7130
8-719-901-83 s
D7136
8-719-078-45 s
D7139 *A 8-719-078-45 s
D7143 *B 8-719-078-45 s
D7145
8-719-078-45 s
DIODE
DIODE
DIODE
DIODE
DIODE
1SS83
GMA01U-BT
GMA01U-BT
GMA01U-BT
GMA01U-BT
8-719-301-58 s LED SEL2910D-D
1-801-879-11 s LED SEL2410GM
8-719-301-58 s LED SEL2910D-D
IC711
1-804-662-11 s IC MN12510F
L7101
1-400-206-11 s INDUCTOR 10MF
Q7130
Q7132
8-729-900-45 s TRANSISTOR DTC114EF
8-729-900-45 s TRANSISTOR DTC114EF
R7102
R7103
R7104
R7105
R7106
1-249-414-11
1-249-414-11
1-249-414-11
1-249-414-11
1-249-439-11
s
s
s
s
s
RESISTOR,CARBON
RESISTOR,CARBON
RESISTOR,CARBON
RESISTOR,CARBON
RESISTOR,CARBON
560
560
560
560
68K
1/4W
1/4W
1/4W
1/4W
1/4W
SMALL
SMALL
SMALL
SMALL
SMALL
R7107
R7108
R7109
R7114
R7115
1-249-439-11
1-249-439-11
1-249-439-11
1-249-439-11
1-249-439-11
s
s
s
s
s
RESISTOR,CARBON
RESISTOR,CARBON
RESISTOR,CARBON
RESISTOR,CARBON
RESISTOR,CARBON
68K
68K
68K
68K
68K
1/4W
1/4W
1/4W
1/4W
1/4W
SMALL
SMALL
SMALL
SMALL
SMALL
R7116
R7117
R7118
R7120
R7121
1-249-439-11
1-249-439-11
1-249-439-11
1-249-425-11
1-249-425-11
s
s
s
s
s
RESISTOR,CARBON
RESISTOR,CARBON
RESISTOR,CARBON
RESISTOR,CARBON
RESISTOR,CARBON
68K 1/4W SMALL
68K 1/4W SMALL
68K 1/4W SMALL
4.7K 1/4W
4.7K 1/4W
R7122
R7123
R7124
R7125
R7130
1-249-439-11
1-249-439-11
1-249-439-11
1-249-439-11
1-249-408-11
s
s
s
s
s
RESISTOR,CARBON 68K
RESISTOR,CARBON 68K
RESISTOR,CARBON 68K
RESISTOR,CARBON 68K
RES,CARBON 180 1/4W
4-18
R7131
R7132
R7139
1-249-407-11 s RES,CARBON 150 1/4W (SMALL)
1-249-408-11 s RES,CARBON 180 1/4W (SMALL)
1-249-417-11 s RESISTOR,CARBON 1K 1/4W(SMALL)
S7102
S7103
S7104
S7106
S7107
1-762-802-11
1-762-802-11
1-762-802-11
1-762-304-11
1-762-304-11
s
s
s
s
s
SWITCH,
SWITCH,
SWITCH,
SWITCH,
SWITCH,
SLIDE (2P-2T)
SLIDE (2P-2T)
SLIDE (2P-2T)
PUSH (1P-1T)
PUSH (1P-1T)
S7108
S7111
S7113
S7114
S7116
1-762-304-11
1-762-304-11
1-762-304-11
1-762-304-11
1-762-304-11
s
s
s
s
s
SWITCH,
SWITCH,
SWITCH,
SWITCH,
SWITCH,
PUSH
PUSH
PUSH
PUSH
PUSH
S7118
S7119
S7120
1-762-304-11 s SWITCH, PUSH (1P-1T)
1-762-304-11 s SWITCH, PUSH (1P-1T)
1-762-304-11 s SWITCH, PUSH (1P-1T)
X7101
1-233-491-11 s CERAMIC OSC 4.000MHZ
Y7101
3-946-542-01 o HOLDER
---------TM-2 BOARD
---------Ref. No.
or Q'ty Part No.
D7150
D7151
D7152
SP Description
(1P-1T)
(1P-1T)
(1P-1T)
(1P-1T)
(1P-1T)
SP Description
1pc
A-8344-348-A s MOUNTED CIRCUIT BOARD, TM-2
S7201
S7202
S7203
S7204
S7205
1-762-304-11
1-762-304-11
1-762-303-11
1-762-303-11
1-762-303-11
s
s
s
s
s
SWITCH,
SWITCH,
SWITCH,
SWITCH,
SWITCH,
PUSH
PUSH
PUSH
PUSH
PUSH
(1P-1T)
(1P-1T)
(1P-1T)
(1P-1T)
(1P-1T)
S7206
S7207
S7208
S7209
S7210
1-762-304-11
1-762-304-11
1-762-304-11
1-762-304-11
1-762-303-11
s
s
s
s
s
SWITCH,
SWITCH,
SWITCH,
SWITCH,
SWITCH,
PUSH
PUSH
PUSH
PUSH
PUSH
(1P-1T)
(1P-1T)
(1P-1T)
(1P-1T)
(1P-1T)
1/4W SMALL
1/4W SMALL
1/4W SMALL
1/4W SMALL
(SMALL)
SVT-RA40/RA168
----FRAME
----Ref. No.
or Q'ty Part No.
1pc
1pc
1pc
SP Description
1-801-326-11 s PHOTO COUPLER SG-105F
1-810-690-11 s LED LN59L
1-810-691-11 s PHOTO DIODE PN263L-NC
----------------------------------------------------------PACKING MATERIALS & SUPPLIED ACCESSORIES FOR SVT-RA40/RA168
----------------------------------------------------------*A: [SVT-RA40]
*B: [SVT-RA168]
Ref. No.
or Q'ty Part No.
1pc
1pc
1pc
SP Description
! 1-824-298-11 s CORD, POWER
*B 3-206-574-01 s MANUAL, INSTRUCTION
*A 3-206-678-01 s MANUAL, INSTRUCTION
------------------------------------------------------PACKING MATERIALS & SUPPLIED ACCESSORIES FOR SVT-RS100
------------------------------------------------------Ref. No.
or Q'ty Part No.
SP Description
1pc
1pc
1pc
3-206-934-01 s MANUAL, INSTRUCTION
3-940-396-01 o PLATE,SPRING
7-685-645-19 s SCREW +BVTP3X6
SVT-RA40/RA168
4-19
Diode, LED, Transistor
Section 5
Semiconductors
[|DIODE|]
[|LED|]
[|TRANSISTOR|]
ERA38-04-V5
ERA38-06(RECTI)
HZS9.1NB2
MTZJ4.7C
MTZJ-T-77-15B
MTZJ-T-77-18B
MTZJ-T-77-4.7C
MTZJ-T-77-5.6C
MTZJ-T-77-6.2C
MTZJ-T-77-9.1B
RD15ES-B2
RD18ES-B2
RD5.6ES-B2
RD6.2ES-B2
SEL2910D-D
SEL2910D-TP2-D
2SC2274-F-AA
2SD734E
2SD734-E
2SA1037AK-T146-QR
2SA1037AK-T146-R
2SC2412K-T-146-R
DTA114EKA-T146
DTC143TK
DTC143TKA-T146
DTC343TK
DTC144EKA
C
ANODE
CATHODE
B
E
C
B
E
SEL2410GM
CATHODE
2SC3331-S-AA
DTA144ESA
LETTER SIDE
ANODE
ANODE
CATHODE
E
C
1SS133T-77
B
E C
CATHODE
B
LN59L
2SB734-34
2SC3668-Y
2SC4483-S-AN
ANODE
ANODE
E
CATHODE
C
B
E
1SS244-T-77
1SS83
GMA01U-BT
CATHODE
DTC114EF
DTC114EL-TL2
C
B
DTD113ZK
OUT
IN
GND
ANODE
B
C
E
2SD1801-S
PN263L-NC
2SC1009A
2SC2814-F4-TB
C
ANODE
E
CATHODE
B
B
C
E
AK04V2
AK04-V2
DB154G-S
RB441Q-40T-77
SF-24
SVT-RA40/RA168
2SA1318-S
2SK2434
5-1
IC, Other
[|IC|]
[|OTHER|]
TC4S30F
TC4S81F
GPIS094HCZ
PS2501-1D
SG-105F
1
BA7611AN
MARKING SIDE VIEW
1
BR24C08
LA6458D
1
TOP VIEW
TC4053BP(N)
UPD4053BC
1
TOP VIEW
MAX202CSE
1
TOP VIEW
LA7116
1
TOP VIEW
L5431-AA
LA71582M-MPB
LB1643L
LC74781-9832
MAX3082CSA
MM1031XML
MN12510F
MN1381-R
PST9128NR
TL8825P
UPD78F0034AGK-P013BA
5-2
SVT-RA40/RA168
Overall
Overall
Section 6
Block Diagrams
Overall Wiring
SVT-RA40/RA168
6-1
6-1
Mechanism Connection
Mechanism Connection
Mechanism Connection
MC-1
DEW SEMSOR
MH
MC
MC-5
6-2
6-2
SVT-RA40/RA168
Audio Circuit
Audio Circuit
Audio Circuit
IC101
SVT-RA40/RA168
6-3
6-3
Video Circuit
Video Circuit
Video Circuit
IC101
IC121
IC132
6-4
6-4
SVT-RA40/RA168
System Control & Servo Circuit
System Control & Servo Circuit
System Control & Servo Circuit
IC301
MPU
SYSTEM CONTROL,
TIMER, TUNING CONTROL
IC306
IC305
IC302
IC301
IC303
IC309
IC711
IC304
IC308
SVT-RA40/RA168
6-5
6-5
CT-1
Section 7
Schematic Diagrams
CT-1 Board (Option Board for SVT-RS100)
CT-1
IC002 Interface MPU Pin Function Table
Interface
1
48
33
32
49
2
64
17
16
1
3
4
UPD78F0034AGK-P01-3BA
No.
Name
2
232C/485
I/O H/L Signal Function
I
-
Signal to use RS232C or RS485. (232C=low)
R485 OUT E.
O
-
Enable signal to RS485 data out.
9
GND
-
-
Ground terminal.
10
ALW 5V
-
-
Always 5V
18
TRS DATA
I
-
Data from system control IC.
(Transferring signal data)
19
RTS DATA
O
-
Data to system control IC. (Return signal data)
20
RTS CLK
O
-
Clock signal to system control CPU.
21
RS232C/485 IN
I
-
Data from controller. (Through RS232C or RS485)
22
RS232C/485 OUT
O
-
Data to controller. (Through RS232C or RS485)
23
RST
O
-
Return signal to controller.
24
ALW 5V
-
-
Always 5V
25
GND
-
-
Ground terminal.
36
RESET
I
L
Initial reset terminal for this IC.
34
GND
-
-
Ground terminal.
35
ALW 5V
-
-
Always 5V
40
41
CF
-
-
IC clock OSC terminal. 8.38MHz
8
R2348WA_IC002
5
7-1
SVT-RA40/RA168
A
B
C
D
7-1
CP-1 (VA-A)
CP-1 (VA-A)
CP-1 Board (VA-A)
Video & Audio
1
2
3
4
5
7-2
A
B
C
D
7-2
SVT-RA40/RA168
E
F
G
H
CP-1 (VA-A)
CP-1 (VA-A)
1
2
3
4
5
7-3
SVT-RA40/RA168
I
J
K
L
7-3
M
N
O
P
Video Circuit Waveforms
TEST POINT LOCATION
IC101 PIN17
PLAY
100mV/500ns/div
IC101 PIN20,21
REC/PLAY
100mV/20us/div
IC301 System Control, Timer, OSC & Servo MPU Pin Function Table
WAVEFORM
TEST POINT LOCATION
WAVEFORM
IC101 PIN43,45
REC/PLAY
100mV/20us/div
No.
Name
No.
Name
1
BUZZER
O
-
Buzzer drive signal.
51
SW OUT
O
-
Switch signal to multiplexer.
2
VIDEO LOSS
I
-
To detect the loss of video signal.
52
REC GATE
O
L
Signal to indicate recording.
2V/200us/div
IC101 PIN28
REC/PLAY
1V/20us/div
IC101 PIN29
REC/PLAY
500mV/20us/div
IC101 PIN34,36,38
REC
200mV/20us/div
I/O H / L Signal Function
3
POWER SAVE
O
H
Power save LED drive signal.
53
H COMP
O
H
Pulse signal to adjust the speed of head drum.
4
RS232C/485OUT
O
-
RS232C/485 select signal. 232C=H
54
SPECIAL H
O
H
Special mode (still, cue, etc) indication signal.
5
FLD C SELECT
O
H
Chip enable signal to FLD control IC.
55
SKEW SW 2
-
-
-
6
RTS CLK
I
-
Clock signal from controller CPU.
56
SKEW SW 1
-
-
-
57
2H DELAY SW
O
H
2H delay circuit control signal.
58
ALARM RESET IN
I
H
Alarm reset control signal input.
59
CFG1
I
-
Capstan FG1 pulse input.
7
TRS DATA
O
-
Data signal to controller.
8
RTS DATA
I
-
Data signal from controller.
9
MH-PWM
O
-
10
MC-PWM
O
-
11
FLD CLK
O
-
12
Output of head drum motor servo control signal.
(PWM signal)
Output of capstan motor servo control signal.
(PWM signal)
Clock signal to FLD control IC.
60
CFG2
I
-
Capstan FG2 pulse input.
61
POWER DOWN
I
L
Power failure detection terminal.
62
ENV SW
I
-
Output comparison signal for main head and sub
head.
IC101 PIN57,59
REC/PLAY
FLD DATA OUT
O
-
Data signal to FLD control IC.
63
AD MUTE
O
H
Signal disable audio signal output.
13
FLD DATA IN
O
H
High output except when power is off.
64
EXT TIMER IN
I
H
Timer recording during H input.
14
BACKUP 5V
O
-
5VDC
65
O
H
Alarm / 1 shot-rec signal input.
100mV/20us/div
15
XT1
-
-
I
H
16
XT2
-
-
Clock osc during power failures and timer.
32.768KHz
Signal to start series recording.
Tape eject control signal input.
-
-
-
L
Switch input indicating start of cassette loading or
discharge by cassette mechanism and detecting
accidental erasure prevention tab of cassette tape.
17
IC101 PIN26
STILL
I/O H/ L Signal Function
IC101 PIN51,61
REC/PLAY
100mV/20us/div
IC101 PIN71,72
REC
100mV/20us/div
IC101 PIN71,72
PLAY
100mV/20us/div
IC101 PIN90
REC
1V/200ns/div
IC101 PIN41,46
REC/PLAY
100mV/20us/div
Vss
-
-
Ground terminal.
18
X2
-
-
19
X1
-
-
System clock OSC.
8MHz
20
RESET
I
L
Initial reset terminal for this IC.
21
TEST/Vpp
-
-
-
22
PB L
O
L
Signal for indicating playback mode.
23
V THROUGH
O
H
Relay switch for video-through drive signal.
24
RF SW P
O
-
RF switching pulse created by head drum PG.
25
ALT OFF H
-
-
-
26
B/W H
O
H
'H' during monocrome image mode.
27
I2C CLK
O
-
Clock to EEPROM and Y/C IC.
28
OSD DATA
/IIC DATA
O
H
Data I/O to OSD Y/C and EEPROM IC.
29
ROTARY
O
-
30
H AMP SW
O
-
Video head CH1/CH2 confirmation signal. (Used
in the processing of image circuit color signals.)
Video head CH1/CH2 confirmation signal. (Used
in the video head amp.)
31
QVD
O
-
32
OSD CLK
O
33
OSD CS
34
40H(24H)
35
24H(12H)
36
8H
37
MC F/R
O
-
66
ALARM
/1 SHOT IN
SERIES REC
/ EJECT IN
67
REC 12V DET
68
FLSTART +
SAFETY
I
69
AVdd
-
-
Power supply for analog circuitry.
70
AVREF
-
-
Reference voltage for analog circuitry.
Input of the three-bit signal that indicates
mechanism operational position. (Please refer to
the mechanism manual about the relation between
mechanism position and switch data.)
71
SWDATA 2
I
H
72
SWDATA 1
I
H
73
SWDATA 0
I
L
74
T END S
I
L
Sensor signal input for tape end detection.
75
T TOP S
I
L
Sensor signal input for tape top detection.
76
DEW S
I
H
Dew sensor input pin.
77
REMOTE
I
-
Remote control signal (voltage) input.
78
REMOTE REF
-
-
Reference voltage for remote control signal.
79
VD ENV
I
-
Video head envelope detection signal input for
ATR function.
80
N.C.
-
-
-
81
N.C.
-
-
-
Quasi vertical synchronizing signal.
82
DC LEVEL IN
-
-
-
-
Clock to OSD IC.
83
AVss
-
-
Ground for analog circuitry.
O
H
Chip enable signal to on screen display IC.
84
CTL SLOPE
-
-
-
O
H
Signal for indicating 40H(24H) mode.
85
CTL HEAD +
I/O
H
Control pulse I/O.
O
H
Signal for indicating 24H(12H) mode.
86
CTL HEAD -
I/O
H
Control pulse I/O.
O
H
Signal for indicating 8H mode.
87
CTL IN
-
-
Control amp feed back filter.
38
ML-D
O
-
39
ML-S
O
-
Capstan motor rotation direction (normal/reverse)
indication signal. (Reverse; H)
Loading motor rotation direction indication signal.
(Load; H, Brake; M, Unload; L)
Loading motor speed (high/mid/low) indication
signal.
88
CTL SIG OUT
O
-
Control amp out.
89
CTL AMP IN
I
-
Input signal from control amp.
90
Vref
-
-
Reference voltage for servo circuitry.
91
AVss1
-
-
Ground.
92
AVdd1
-
-
IC power source for analog circuitry.
40
VSS
-
-
Ground terminal.
41
BACKUP 5V
-
-
5VDC
93
CFG IN
I
-
Capstan motor FG pulse input.
94
CFG SIG OUT
-
-
-
95
CFG AMP IN
-
-
-
96
DPG IN
I
-
Head drum PG pulse input. (Used in servo control
and generate the switching pulse.)
42
TALLY OUT
O
-
Signal to indicate the warning or the current mode
of VCR.
43
SHORT BRAKE
O
H
Brake signal for capstan motor.
44
ZENPA/HANPA
O
-
Capstan motor speed mode indicating.
45
REC OUT
O
H
Recording mode indicating signal output.
97
DFG IN
I
-
Head drum FG pulse input. (For drum servo)
98
S REEL P
I
-
Supply reel moving sensor input.
46
TAPE END OUT
O
H
Tape end control signal output.
99
T REEL P
I
-
Take up reel moving sensor input.
47
WARNING OUT
O
H
Warning output.
100
C SYNC
I
-
Composite synchronizing signal input.
48
ALARM OUT
O
H
Alarm mode indicating signal output.
49
POWER UP
O
H
"H" output except the power is off.
50
REC H
O
H
Signal for indicating recording mode.
RF4QRNASY_IC301
WF_V_SE4
7-4
7-4
SVT-RA40/RA168
CP-1 (SY-A)
CP-1 (SY-A)
CP-1 Board (SY-A)
System Control & Servo
1
2
3
UPD78F4928GF-P23-3BA
4
5
7-5
SVT-RA40/RA168
A
B
C
D
7-5
E
F
G
H
Servo Circuit Waveforms
Display (FLD) Grid/Anode Assignment Drawing & Table
GRID ASSIGNMENT
TEST POINT
LOCATION
IC301
PIN 9,10
REC
2V/div.
20us/div.
WAVEFORM
TEST POINT
LOCATION
WAVEFORM
9G
8G
IC301
PIN 98, 99
REC
7G
6G
1a
1a
1 1
f h
1 1
e h
2V/div.
500ms/div.
2a
5G
4G
1 1
1
f
b
b
1g
1g
1h
1
1 e
1
c
c
1d
1d
2a
2a
3G
1a
1a
1f
2V/div.
10ms/div.
1e
IC301
PIN 89
PB
2V/div.
200us/div.
1V/div.
10ms/div.
1f
1h
1e 1h
1c
1d
2a
1b
2d
1c
1d
2a
IC304
UP : PIN 23
LOW :PIN 18
REC
IC301
PIN 93
REC
1a
1g
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IC301
PIN 85
REC
2G
2a
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b
col
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ANODE CONNECTION
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7G
6G
4G
3G
2G
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IC301
PIN 96
REC
100mV/div.
10ms/div.
WF-S-EC4Q
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5G
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2a
2a
2a
2a
2a
2a
2a
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GR-05000
RE4QM/EXSY
7-6
7-6
SVT-RA40/RA168
TM-1, TM-2
TM-1, TM-2
TM-1, TM-2 Board
Display & Key Scan
1
2
3
4
5
7-7
SVT-RA40/RA168
A
B
C
D
7-7
E
F
G
H
PW-1
PW-1
PW-1 Board
Power Supply
1
2
3
4
5
7-8
A
B
C
D
7-8
SVT-RA40/RA168
E
F
G
H
CP-1
Section 8
Board Layouts
CP-1
CP-1 Board
R1212
JK102
L1230
J1016
D1221
R1350
R1351
R1341
Q1341
R1342
C1333
R1336
R1337
J1022
J1023
R1330
Q1323
Q1324
C1332
R1329
VR131
C1312
R1331
C1318
C1311
9
R1334
L1311
C1325
R1326
Q1322
R1327
R1322
R1325
R1324
R1321
L1321
C1322
C1321
R1328
R1323
J1026
C1324
R3042
R1208
R1207
1
C3009
C3008
J3096
12
R3017
R3018
6
J3095
J3094
J3093
C1206
7
J3186
R1206
R3104
J3239
J3192
J3218
J3190
J3189
J3188
R3124
BZ301
Q3011
CN312
1
J3226
J3227
J3195
D3102
FFC CONTACT SIDE
C3146
J3240
CN306
16
8-1
9
J3194
J3191
J3250
D3103
J3214
C3131
J3187
J3183
J3219
J3182
J3181
Q3107
R3172
Q3106
Q3103
J3215
J3234
J3249
Q3105
J3175
J3216
J3174
J3173
J3217
J3221
D3104
J3180
J3179
J3178
J3176
J3177
J3223
J3248
J3116
J3171
R3079
R3078
IC303
R3105
R3101 R3102
J3099
R3106
R3103
J3101
R3016
R3026
J3210
C3134
J3225
R3093
5
J3169
C3102
J3238
R3171
8-1
TP101
RY101
R1203
R1202
C1213
C1234
C1232
R1230
C1222
C1344
R1346
R1347
R1335
R1332
C1310
L1305
J1024
J1302
L1302
8
C1334
J3100
D3004
J3207
8
R1201
J1204
R1252
Q1211
R1220
C1223
C1224
R1232
C1225
C1226
J1020
R1621
R1339 R1340
J1021
R1618
C1609
R1306
J1025
C1342
IC132
R1333
J1032
J1029
J3098
J3097
J1019
C1335
1
C1309
R1312
C1315
C1314
C1316
R1313
J1031
C1212
R1231
C1238
J1010
R1243
C1227
R1619
L1303
C1305
J1331
R1614
Q1214
L1231
R1242
C1242
R1246
J1014
R1244
R1245
C1610
L1601
J1046
R1616
C1614
R1303
C1304
C1319
R1617
IC161
R1622
J1047
J1048
R1605
C1605
C1603
C1303
J1039
R1338
C1253
R1255
Q1631
C1617
R1615
J1206
J1038
J1041
C1110
R1118
J1203
L1304
XF131
TP182
ENV
J1018
R1348
Q1321
C2231
J1067
J1068
C1631
R1631
R1601
R1604
J1049
J1052
C1077
C1113
R1113
J1002
C1307
R1311
J1017
C1308
8
C1317
Q1344
R1343
C1331
R1307 C1313
J1034
R1345
C2117
J1127
Y1001
R2112
C2111
C2232
R2202
R1257
C1256
J1057
J1058
J1056
J1051
J1062
J1075
C1014
J1077
J1003
R1112
C1111
J1078
R1021
Q1051
J1201
JK101
J1066
C3130
R2113
D2111
J1059
J1061
J1060
J1064
J1063
R1024
D1001
J1065
C1049
R1020 R1030
C1068
J1079
J1081
J3092
J3091
J3213
J3114
R3056
J3166
J3165
J3164
J3163
J3160
R3030
C3022
J3158
J3117
J3118
R3074
R3077
J3168
J3167
C3032
R3096
C3033
R3097
C3145
C3029
R3037
R3034
L3002
SVT-RA40/RA168
R1344
J3102
J3103
C3069
J3161
J3211
C3026
J3212
C3078
C3023
R3110
C3090
C3021
Q1338
C1306
R1305
Q1302
J1033
C1343
R1349 C1201
J3237
J3104
4
C3047
J3246
J3236
J3105
J3172
J3204
C3039
D3005
R2116
C1855
J1074
J1801
C2037
R1088
C1075
C1050
X1002
R1019
C1048
J1076
C1047
J1115
C3101
J3235
J3107
J3170
J3162
J3206 C3046
R3038
L3001C3043
J3205
R3031
J3203
R3036
C3031
R3168
R3094
C3138
R3095
C3020
R3039
C3028
J3197
IC305
1
R3043
C3001
C3048
C3034
R3033
C3072
C3137
D3099
J3155
C3016
R3025
C3011
C3147
C3002
C3110
J3222
J3106
C3037
J3119
J3120
J3121
J3127
J3128
J3122
R3145
C3139 R3144
C3003
R3001
J3159
C1341
X1201
R1223
Y3003
J3224
X3001
C3010
J3157
R1222
R3027
J3111
R3071
J3141
D3098
R3029
C3025 C3024
R3028
R1221
TP183
RF SW P
J3220
X3002
C3123
Q1253
R1856
C1876
L1801
Q1801
R1851
C1871
R2013
J3115
J3124
J3125
J3126
D3091
C3091
R3092
CN303
D3094
D3093
J3130
C3141
R3146
C3140
J3247
R3006
J3123
R3153
C3013
R1304
C1221
L1221
J1015
R1301
L1301
5
IC121
C1323
J3112
C3044
C3018
R3082
R1607
10
J1222
Q1602
TP102
J3089
R3085
J3129
R3083
C3007
R3004
R3080
R3005
R3002
J3144
C3014
C3012
R2115 R2114
J3030
C2115
R2117
J3290
L3012
SW OUT
TIMER
EJECT OUT
T.END
SERIES OUT
J3289
J1069
C1853
J1085
J1129
J1114
J3232
J3229
J3231
D3016
R3147
R3084
PC301
IC301
R3086
C3005
R3024
R3166
E
C3148
R3046
D3008
D3014
C3064
Q3001
C3015
J3153
J3152
J3151
J3150
J3149
J3148
3
C3038
Q3091
R3091
C3004
J3154
D3002
R3044
J3132
R3040 C3035
C3076
R3131 R3130
C3006
C1611
16
J1030
J3090
R3041 C3036
J3140
R3019
L1222
R1315 C1302
J1036
C1233
1
C1228
IC131 1
J1035
J1207
J3113
J3131
R3087
C3054
IC306
C3070
1
15
J3134
R3007
R3023
R3069
R3081
J1037
CN202
24
C1229 12
J1040
1
R3163
R3054 R3053
VR111
20
J1028
R3108
J3133
R3011
C1114
C1210
R1219
15
C1231
C1620
J1012
C1235
J3088
J3135
J3139
R3012
J3145
5
C3135
J3137
J3156
CN302 C3132
J3142
1
10
J3136
J3138
PC302
C3133
IC111
C1301
R1216
R3020
R3055
C3045
R3013 R3164
J3143
J3146
J3147
R3010
PC303
R3008
R3014
C3067
R3070
R3045
R3165
J1004
R1300 R1302
J1042
R1116
D1602
R3021
J3084
C3065
R1623
TH131
2
Y3002
J3083
R3073
C1338
J1043
R1117
C1067
J3087
J3065
R1603
Q1111
L1111
J3243
J3064
C1604
J1045
C1112
R1111
R1606
J1050
C2004
J1005
C1606
C1602
J1044
J3086
J3242
C3041
D3015
C1155
Q1102
J1084
J3063
R3009
C2116
L3009
R1853
J1095
R2009
R2011
C1043
C1151
C1156
C1153
C1009
J1006
L1006
J1001
C1008
C1052
C1073
Q1104
D1603
J3062
D3009
L3011
J3288
L3010
CONTROL
CLOCK OUT
WARING OUT
L3008
J3287
R2048
C2036
R2010
R2005 C2050
R2006 C2034
C1852
R2002
C1010
C1015
C1005
D1002
C1078
C1006
R1205
J1089
J1090
J1088
J1110
J1111
J1112
J1113
R1004
R1051
R1002
L1005
X1001
J1053
R1031
R1114
C1039
R1014
R1017
J1116
J1117
J1118
R1103
C1013
J1082
C1101
J1086
CMK-P2X
J3072
J3061
R1001
J3082
J3081
J3080
E
J3071
J3060
Q3005
E
J3078
J3070
J3059
J3079
J3077
J3076
J3075
J3074
J3073
J3069
J3057
C1074
C1045
R1104
J1054
J3085
J3058
Q3002
J1119
J1131
J3068
J3066
J3053
C3066
J1087
C1046
C1011
1AC4B10E87000D
PWB,CP-1
J3054
J3067
J3055
J3056
C1007
L1103
J1055
C1601
C1616
R1215
R1217
J1230
13
C1612
Q1311
C3040
C1042
C1154
R1022
C1613
Q1241
Q1303
J3051
R1018
J1083
Q1088
R1062
Q1112
J1091
C1064
J3233
J3052
R1012
R1085
R1013
L1121
J1107
J1108
L1122
Q1205
C1152
J1080
R1121
Q1123
R1127
J1121
R1045
R1015
J1122
C1072
C1041
C1079
J1109
L1053
C1035
R1128
R1080
C1081
R1026
R1005
R1084
R1007
R1006
L1001
D1251
R1251
J1120
J3251
R1082
C1034
Q1251
D3030
J3044
C3121
J3048
Q1001
J1123
R1089
C1012
R1613
R1611
R1218
Q1342
J3050
R1083
C1040
R1052
Q1004
C2038
C1051
R1122
R1126 R1125
R1023
C2005
C1033
C1608
C1607
R1612
C1230
R1210
C1202
R1214
R1213
C1236
R1241
C1241
Q1301
J3049
R1081
C1004
R1086
J1013
R1253
IC161
R2014 R2015
Q1003
J3047
J3202
C1082
R1804
J1092
C1257
R1632
R1608
C1856
IC101
C1121
R1634
C2006
R1131
J1205
Q1203
J1602
Q1089
J1106
C1251
Y1801
C1874
C2007
C1002
R1209
L1253
R1633
J1073
IC101
R1254
6
R1211
R1204 C1211
C1801
J1072
C1872
C1255
R1256
Q1030
J3045
C2032
R1258
J1202
10
RY201 6
10
J1130
J1071
C2003
R1120
C1122 R1124
Q1005
J3046
1
Q1081
5
IC304
C1857
R2012
L1002
J1093
R1123
C3050
R1129
R1130
R1008
12 10
C1062
R1009
C1036
J1007
C1131
J1105
J1070
R1003
C1038
J3035
C1873
C1831
Q1202
J2112
C1254
Q1851
R1852
C1063
J1008
C1123
R3063 R3068
C1061
R1010
C3058
D3021
C1037
R3067
D3013
D3012
C3061
R3065
C3149
J3042
24
R1011
Q1124
J3043
J3041
C3063
20
C1003
Q1122
C3062
13 15
L1130
J3034
J3036
Q2040
C1875 R1854
R1802
5
1
JK201
5
J2111
R2201
R1801
C1802
C2035
R2203
1
J2113
D2201
C2113
Q1610 Q1601
J3196
R3066
J3040
R3061
C3057
Q1131 Q1121
R3064
Q1002
D3010
R2045
C2112
CN181
C1851
C1031
C1032
R3099 R3098
C2033
C2031
R2001
R2046
R1831
IC211
1
J1128
C2118
Q1242
C3060
D3011
J3199J3286
R3169
Q3021
J1096
R2044
C2043
R2043 R2003
R2004
J1094
C2049
C2001
C1001
J3228
C2002
C2041
J1100
C2071
C2121
4
R2007
J1101
J1125
J1102
J1104
J1103
Q2071
R3161
R2119
JK202
Q1213
Q2075
C2044
J1126
JK301
D3031
Q1632
R3062
R2071
C2040
L2071
J3198
1
D2047
C2081
R2073
C2073
R2078
D3101
R2074
R2079
J3230
Y3004
WASHER
COM
EXT TIMER
/ALL RESET IN
SERIES
/EJECT IN
CONTROL
/CLOCK IN
L3006
ALARM
/1SHOT IN
J3283
R3156
J3284
R3177
L3005
R3175
J3020
J3019
J3018
J3208
J3209
J3015
R3174
J3014
J3013
R3120
J3012
R3113
R3116
R3137
R3121
R3118
R3111
R3167
R2077
R2204
Q1212
C3075
R2076
J1098
Q2050
Q3101
C3059
10
R3157
R3138
R3122
R3119
R3112
C3105
R3135
R3114
C3104
R3133
C3103
R3136
C3106
R3141
R3117
J1097
J1099
R3159
R2040
Q1103
R3134
R3115
J3011
R3139
C2082
R3162
J3039
J3200
R3158
Q2045
J1124
J3037
J3038
R3155
C2072 R2072 Q2072
J1132
Q3102
5
T2001
Q2073 Q2074
CN352
6
J3201
L3003
8
Q1252
J3033
R3075
J3029
Q2043
J3032
J3245
J3002
J3028
5
C2114
R3170
J3244
J3001
R3154
CN201 6
R2075
D3020
J3017
E
Q2048 Q2047 Q2046
R3126
1
J3026
CN308
J3285
L3007
Q1832
C3073
R3176
J3031
FFC CONTACT SIDE
J3185
J3003
R3128
1 2
CN304
R3148
L3004
Q2041
CN351
R3127
D3022
J3281
J3016
Q1206
J3184
J3282
J3024
R3173
Q1337
D3023
5
J3023
Q2044
1
J3022
Q1603
R3160
J3021
J3010
Q1343
Q3012 Q3015 Q3016 Q3019 Q3014
Q1243
Q3013
J3009
Q1831
J3006
Q1210
Q3017
Q3018
J3008
J3005
Q1201
Q3020
Q2204
J3004
R3140
J3007
Z3901
11
7
1
LUG
CT-1, TM-1, TM-2
CT-1, TM-1, TM-2
TM-1 Board
J7153
-
RESET
COUNTER
SPEED +
REC/PLAY
S7113
CN712
PWB,TM-1 1AC4B10F1400AB
CMK-P2X
1
ON
OSD
S7104
S7116
J7151
ON
REPEAT
S7103
J7148
REAL
COUNTER
S7102
J7150
2
CLEAR
ALL
S7120
S7114
S7118
10
9
D7112
D7114
D7106
SHIFT
+
TRACKING
S7119
S7111
J7147
J7146
J7127
R7131
R7104
R7105
C7111
R7103
C7110
R7102
R7120
-
MENU
OFF
S7107
TIMER
C7106
J7128
J7145
35
J7143
30
D7117
S7106
POWER
J7144
25
D7109
J7142
D7103
J7126
J7125
J7124
J7123
J7122
J7121
J7120
J7119
J7118
R7125
J7141
J7140
J7139
15 A7101 20
10
1
OFF
D7116
J7129
J7130
D7101
R7132
COUNT
D7115
D7150
D7102
R7114
F1
F2
C7115
D7152
J7138
J7135
D7139
D7142
D7143
F3
5
R7115
C7116
R7116
R7124
D7141
CLK
FAST
D7151
1SREC
R7122
R7123
D7149
D7148
D7147
D7146
R7109
R7108
R7107
R7106
J7152
S7108
RESET
MENU
J7136
E
E
R7117
J7149
J7137
J7134
J7132
J7131
D7137
J7133
D7138
AREA1
AREA2
D7136
D7144
OEM1
D7140
OEM2
NO D7145
D7133
Q7130
SHUTTLE
Q7132
SP
D7132
NO
POWER
R7130
R7121
C7113
J7117
C7112
J7114
C7109
16
10
2
R7137
J7101
C7108
J7112
C7104
J7115
L7101 J7104
J7154
X7101
IC711
C7105
C7103
R7118
J7116
R7139
C7107
1
J7113 15
L7102
J7102
C7102
J7111
J7103
D7130
CN711
TM-2 Board
CT-1 Board (Option Board for SVT-RS100)
OFF
ON
J0014
JK003
J0006
F0002
J0038
J0057
J0036
J0048
J0015
R0016
R0005
J0002
L0001
CN721
IC002
J0019
J0032
C0022
C0021
J0024
C0014
J0052
C0015
J0020
J0033
D0001
3
1
IC003
J0010
R0018
J0026
C0016 R0014
J0029
C0017 R0017
C0018
J0011
R0002
J0027
C0008
J0031
C0011
SEARCH
AD PLAY
C0007
R0003
J0035
J0023
J0025
1
8-2
8-2
CN001
9
J0030
REV
C0005
REW
R0013
R0004
J0028
PLAY
1AC4B10F1400BB
CMK-P2X
IC005
J0005
R0015
J0008
FF
PWB,TM-2
J0018
J0007
S7209
9
S7206
D0006
C0010
J7201
J7203
J7204
S7208
J0055
J0034
J0004
X0001
10
J7206
PAUSE
S7202
J7205
S7207
S7201
J0056
R0006
J7202
J7208
J7207
8
9
16
R0008
R0007
TP001
J0059
L0003
J0053
2
IC001
J0016
C0019
C0006
J0054
1
IC001
C0001
R0001
C0020
D0004
R0026
J0017
J0058
D0002
D0003
D0005
C0002
C0003
C0004
R0011
J0021
IC004
1
J0037
J0049
J0042
J0046
R0009
J0040
R0012
J0041
J0045
JK002
J0047
F0003
R0010
F0001
J0012
S7204
EJECT
JK001
L0002
J0001
S7210
REC
J0003
S7205
REC CHECK
S7203
STOP
J0009
S0001
J0039
J0013
CMK-P2X
1AC4B10E8600AA
SVT-RA40/RA168
PW-1
PW-1
JW504
R5001
VA503
C5004
JW501
JW502
VA502
VA501
D5001
R5131
D5131
Y5075
Y5074
Q5103
J5116
C5003
Q5004
J5024
C5002
C5014
PW1 1AC4B10C40000F
8-3
1
C5001
J5010
J5021
J5022
C5021
D5013
J5103
8-3
C5007
C5005
C5030
R5021
C5017
R5020
J5020
R5015
C5006
K
C5131
D5105
R
J5104
J5105
C5101
R5147
J5121
J5106
R5145
R5012
R5014
R5130
J5109
R5011
D5011
C5019
R5101
IC511
T5001
D5006
R5013
R5016
C5124
R5103
R5123
Y5076
C5111
R5150
J5110
R5114
R5102
J5120
1
R5003
C5012
Q5003
40V
J5011
6V
D5102
R5111
CN511
D5110
C5102
J5123
J5122
R5146
C5108
FROM PW2
1
CN501
B
R5002
C5011
D5101
1
W
L5001
Q5002
C5130
14V
J5107
CN512
R5010
J5012
L5101
J5101
D5109
J5111
D5108
R5104
C5105
C5103
C5104
Q5140
J5112
C5119
J5113
R5144
J5114
J5102
GND
Y5078
SVT-RA40/RA168
H+
-23V
D5003
R5142
J5115
D5104
15
Q5142
R5122
L5102
IC513
C5010
D5002
H-
Q5010
C5140
L5010
PR511 ICP-F25(ROHM)
D5107
R5143
C5109
D5106
PR512
Y5073
ICP-F25(ROHM)
R5140
J5108
R5141
Q5141
Location No.5000-
C5110
PW-1 Board
F5001
125/250V 2A
RY501
Y5077
J5023
SAFETY CHECK-OUT
After correcting the original service problem,
perform the following safety checks before
releasing the set to the customer :
Check the metal trim, “metallized” knobs, screws,
and all other exposed metal parts for AC
leakage. Check leakage as described below.
LEAKAGE TEST
The AC leakage from any exposed metal part to
earth ground and from all exposed metal parts to
any exposed metal part having a return to
chassis, must not exceed 0.5 mA. Leakage
current can be measured by any one of three
methods.
1. A commercial leakage tester, such as the
Simpson 229 or RCA WT-540A. Follow the
manufacturers’ instructions to use these
instruments.
2. A battery-operated AC milliammeter. The
Data Precision 245 digital multimeter is
suitable for this job.
3. Measuring the voltage drop across a resistor
by means of a VOM or battery-operated AC
voltmeter. The “limit” indication is 0.75 V, so
analog meters must have an accurate lowvoltage scale. The Simpson 250 and Sanwa
SH-63Trd are examples of a passive VOM
that is suitable. Nearly all battery operated
digital multimeters that have a 2 V AC range
are suitable. (See Fig. A)
To Exposed Metal
Parts on Set
0.15 ВµF
1.5 kZ
AC
voltmeter
(0.75V)
Earth Ground
Fig A. Using an AC voltmeter to check AC leakage.
SVT-RA40/RA168
SVT-RA40 (UC)
SVT-RA168 (UC) E
9-955-359-01
Sony Corporation
B&P Company
Printed in Japan
2002. 5 08
В©2002
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