FILE NO. 140-200220
SERVICE MANUAL
COLOR TELEVISION/
VIDEO CASSETTE RECORDER
VTV1400S
SERVICING NOTICES ON CHECKING
1. KEEP THE NOTICES
6. AVOID AN X-RAY
As for the places which need special attentions,
they are indicated with the labels or seals on the
cabinet, chassis and parts. Make sure to keep the
indications and notices in the operation manual.
2. AVOID AN ELECTRIC SHOCK
There is a high voltage part inside. Avoid an
electric shock while the electric current is
flowing.
3. USE THE DESIGNATED PARTS
The parts in this equipment have the specific
characters of incombustibility and withstand
voltage for safety. Therefore, the part which is
replaced should be used the part which has
the same character.
Especially as to the important parts for safety
which is indicated in the circuit diagram or the
table of parts as a
mark, the designated
parts must be used.
4. PUT PARTS AND WIRES IN THE
ORIGINAL POSITION AFTER
ASSEMBLING OR WIRING
Safety is secured against an X-ray by considering about the cathode-ray tube and the high
voltage peripheral circuit, etc.
Therefore, when repairing the high voltage peripheral circuit, use the designated parts and
make sure not modify the circuit.
Repairing except indicates causes rising of high
voltage, and it emits an X-ray from the cathoderay tube.
7. PERFORM A SAFETY CHECK AFTER
SERVICING
Confirm that the screws, parts and wiring which
were removed in order to service are put in the
original positions, or whether there are the
portions which are deteriorated around the
serviced places serviced or not. Check the
insulation between the antenna terminal or
external metal and the AC cord plug blades.
And be sure the safety of that.
(INSULATION CHECK PROCEDURE)
There are parts which use the insulation
material such as a tube or tape for safety, or
which are assembled in the condition that
these do not contact with the printed board.
The inside wiring is designed not to get closer
to the pyrogenic parts and high voltage parts.
Therefore, put these parts in the original
positions.
5. TAKE CARE TO DEAL WITH THE
CATHODE-RAY TUBE
1. Unplug the plug from the AC outlet.
2. Remove the antenna terminal on TV and turn
on the TV.
3. Insulation resistance between the cord plug
terminals and the eternal exposure metal
[Note 2] should be more than 1M ohm by
using the 500V insulation resistance meter
[Note 1].
4. If the insulation resistance is less than 1M
ohm, the inspection repair should be
required.
[Note 1]
In the condition that an explosion-proof cathoderay tube is set in this equipment, safety is
secured against implosion. However, when
removing it or serving from backward, it is
dangerous to give a shock. Take enough care to
deal with it.
If you have not the 500V insulation
resistance meter, use a Tester.
[Note 2]
External exposure metal: Antenna terminal
HOW TO ORDER PARTS
Please include the following informations when you order parts. (Particularly the VERSION LETTER.)
1. MODEL NUMBER and VERSION LETTER
The MODEL NUMBER can be found on the back of each product and the VERSION LETTER can be
found at the end of the SERIAL NUMBER.
2. PART NO. and DESCRIPTION
You can find it in your SERVICE MANUAL.
A1-1
TABLE OF CONTENTS
SERVICING NOTICES ON CHECKING .....................................................................................
HOW TO ORDER PARTS ..........................................................................................................
TABLE OF CONTENTS ..............................................................................................................
GENERAL SPECIFICATIONS ...................................................................................................
DISASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS
1. REMOVAL OF MECHANICAL PARTS AND P. C. BOARDS ............................................
2. REMOVAL OF DECK PARTS ............................................................................................
3. REMOVAL OF ANODE CAP ..............................................................................................
4. REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION OF FLAT PACKAGE IC ...............................................
KEY TO ABBREVIATIONS ........................................................................................................
SERVICE MODE LIST ................................................................................................................
PREVENTIVE CHECKS AND SERVICE INTERVALS ..............................................................
WHEN REPLACING EEPROM (MEMORY) IC ..........................................................................
SERVICING FIXTURES AND TOOLS .......................................................................................
PREPARATION FOR SERVICING .............................................................................................
MECHANICAL ADJUSTMENTS ................................................................................................
ELECTRICAL ADJUSTMENTS ..................................................................................................
BLOCK DIAGRAMS
TV ............................................................................................................................................
Y/C/AUDIO/HEAD AMP/21PIN/IN/OUT ..................................................................................
MICON ....................................................................................................................................
PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARDS
SYSCON/CRT/POWER SW. ...................................................................................................
POWER ...................................................................................................................................
SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS
Y/C/AUDIO/HEAD AMP ..........................................................................................................
MICON .....................................................................................................................................
POWER ...................................................................................................................................
21PIN/IN/OUT ..........................................................................................................................
CHROMA/IF .............................................................................................................................
SOUND AMP ...........................................................................................................................
T'TEXT .....................................................................................................................................
DEFLECTION ..........................................................................................................................
CRT ..........................................................................................................................................
TV POWER ..............................................................................................................................
INTERCONNECTION DIAGRAM ...............................................................................................
WAVEFORMS .............................................................................................................................
MECHANICAL EXPLODED VIEWS ...........................................................................................
CHASSIS EXPLODED VIEWS ...................................................................................................
MECHANICAL REPLACEMENT PARTS LIST .........................................................................
CHASSIS REPLACEMENT PARTS LIST ..................................................................................
ELECTRICAL REPLACEMENT PARTS LIST ...........................................................................
A2-1
A1-1
A1-1
A2-1
A3-1~A3-5
B1-1, B1-2
B2-1~B2-6
B3-1
B4-1, B4-2
C1-1, C1-2
C2-1
C3-1, C3-2
C4-1
D1-1
D1-1
D2-1~D2-4
D3-1~D3-5
E-1, E-2
E-3, E-4
E-5, E-6
F-1~F-4
F-5~F-8
G-1, G-2
G-3, G-4
G-5, G-6
G-7, G-8
G-9, G-10
G-11, G-12
G-13, G-14
G-15, G-16
G-17, G-18
G-19, G-20
G-21, G-22
H-1, H-2
I1-1, I1-2
I2-1, I2-2
J1-1
J2-1
J3-1~J3-5
GENERAL SPECIFICATIONS
G-1
TV
System
CRT
CRT Size / Visual Size
CRT Type
Deflection
Magnetic Field
BV/BH
14 inch / 335.4mmV
Normal
90
degree
+0.45G / +0.18G
PAL
1Speaker
Front
1.5 x 2.5 Inch
8 ohm
1.5 W
1.0 W
VHS
Player / Recorder
PAL
No
Yes
OVD-7
Front
3
2 Head
Color System
Speaker
Position
Size
Impedance
MAX
10%(Typical)
Sound Output
G-2
VCR
System
System
Video System
Hi-Fi STEREO
NTSC PB(PAL 60Hz)
Deck
Heads
DECK
Loading System
Motor
Video Head
FM Audio Head
G-3
Tuning
System
G-4
Signal
No
Audio /Control
Erase(Full Track Erase)
Tape
Rec
PAL
Speed
NTSC
Play
PAL
NTSC
Fast Forward / Rewind Time (Approx.) at 25oC
Cassette
Forward/Reverse
NTSC or PAL-M
Picture Search
PAL or SECAM
Frame Advance
Slow Speed
Broadcasting System
Tuner and
System
Receive CH
Destination
Tuning System
Input Impedance
CH Coverage
Intermediate
Picture(FP)
Frequency
Sound(FS)
FP-FS
Preset CH
Stereo/Dual TV Sound
Video Signal
Input Level
Output Level
S/N Ratio (Weighted)
Horizontal Resolution at SP Mode
Audio Signal
Input Level
Output Level
S/N Ratio at SP
Harmonic Distortion at SP(1kHz) Typical
Frequency Response
Hi-Fi Audio Signal
G-5
Power
Power Source
Power Consumption
Protector
G-6
Regulation
G-7
Temperature
G-8
Operating Humidity
at SP
at LP
at SLP
Dynamic Range : More than
Wow And Flutter : Less than
Channel Separation : More than
Harmonic Distortion : Less than
AC
DC
at AC
at DC
Stand by (at AC)
Per Year
Power Fuse
Dew Sensor
Safety
Radiation
X-Radiation
Operation
Storage
A3-1
Mono / Yes
Yes
SP/LP
SP/LP
SP
FF:1'48"/REW:1'48"
at E-180
SP=3x,5x
SP/LP=5x,7x/7x,13x
U.K. System I
1Tuner
U.K.
F-Synth
VHF/UHF 75 ohm
21~69
39.5MHz
33.5MHz
6.0MHZ
80CH
No
1 V p-p/75 ohm
1 V p-p/75 ohm
53
dB
240 Lines
-3.8dBm/50Kohm
-3.8dBm/1Kohm
42
dB
1.5
%
100Hz ~10kHz
100Hz ~5kHz
230~240V 50Hz
50 W at 230 V 50 Hz
8 W at 230 V 50 Hz
Yes
No
CE , BEAB
CE
NONE
+5oC ~ +40oC
-20oC ~ +60oC
Less then 80% RH
GENERAL SPECIFICATIONS
G-9
G-10
G-11
On Screen
Display
OSD Language
Clock,Timer
and Timer
Back-up
Menu
Menu
Type
ATS
Timer Rec Set
Channel Setup
Auto Tuning
Ch Mapping
Ch Tuning
Ch Allocation
TV Setup
On/Off Timer Set
Picture
Audio
VCR Setup
Auto Repeat On/Off
System Select
Scene Repeat
System Setup
Clock Set
Language
G-CODE(or SHOWVIEW or PLUSCODE)No. Entry
Stereo/Audio Output
Bilingual
NICAM
Clock/Date
CH/AV
Tape Counter(Linear Counter)
Tape Speed
Sleep Time
Control
Volume
Level
Bright/Contrast/Sharpness/Color
Tint
Bass/Treble/Balance
Manual Tracking
Play/Stop/FF/Rew/Rec/OTR/T-Rec/Pause/Eject/Tape In
(Symbol Mark)
Auto Tracking/Manual Tracking
S-Repeat/SR-R/SR-PLAY
Index
Mute
Hi-Fi
Repeat
PDC
Zero Return
Dew
Calendar
Timer Events
One Touch Recording Max Time
OTPB Valid Time
Sleep Timer
Max Time
Step
On/Off Timer
Program(On Tim / Off Tim)
Auto Shut Off
No Signal
No Operation
Timer Back-up (at Power Off Mode)
A3-2
Yes
Character
No
Yes
No
No
No
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
No
Yes
No
No
No
Yes (Calendar 24h)
No
No
No
No
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
No
No
English
1990/1/1 ~ 2081/12/31
8 prog/ 1 month
SP 5 Hours
LP 10Hours
120
min.
10
min.
1
prog.
15
min.
min.
30
min.
GENERAL SPECIFICATIONS
G-12
Remote
Control
Unit
Glow in Dark Remocon
Power Source
Total Keys
Keys
Voltage(D.C)
UM size x pcs
Power
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
0/AV
CH/Tr Up
CH/Tr Up/Page Up
CH/Tr Down
CH/Tr Down /Page Down
Volume Up
Volume Down
Play/Up
Play/Up/Slow
F.Fwd/Right
Rew/Left
Pause/Still
Pause
Stop/Down
Rec/OTR
Eject
Counter Reset
Speed
Timer Rec
TV Monitor
TV Monitor /Rec Monitor
Program
Program /V+
Auto Tracking
Auto Tracking /Reveal
Menu
Enter
Enter/Hold
Cancel/Ch Skip
Cancel/Ch Skip/F-T-B
Index
Index /Sub Page (Time Text)
Call
Text/Mix/TV
Sleep Timer
Mute
Zero Return
Red
Cyan
Green
Yellow
Audio Select
A3-3
RC-DM
Yes
3V
UM-4 x 2 pcs
38
Keys
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
Yes (2Keys)
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes (2Keys)
Yes
No
Yes
No
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
No
Yes
No
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
No
No
No
No
GENERAL SPECIFICATIONS
G-13
Features
Auto Head Cleaning
Auto Tracking
HQ (VHS Standard High Quality)
Auto Power On, Auto Play, Auto Rewind, Auto Eject
Auto Shut Off
Auto Repeat
VIDEO PLUS+(SHOWVIEW,G-CODE)
CH Auto Set-Up/Auto Clock
PDC
Forward / Reverse Picture Search
One Touch Playback
Auto Tuning
Anti-Theft
End Call
Index Search
SQPB
CATV
CM Skip(30sec x 6 Times)
Comb Filter
T'Text
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
No
No
No
Yes
No
No
No
No
No
Text type
G-14
Accessories
Scene Repeat
Hotel Lock
TV Monitor
Power On Memory
Protect of FBT Leak Circuit
Choke Coil
Owner's Manual
No
No
Yes
No
Yes
No
Language
w/Guarantee Card
Remote Control Unit
Rod Antenna
Eng
No
Yes
No
Poles
Terminal
w/300 ohm to 75 ohm Antenna Adapter
Loop Antenna
Terminal
U/V Mixer
DC Car Cord (Center+)
Guarantee Card
Warning Sheet
Circuit Diagram
Antenna Change Plug
Service Facility List
Important Safeguard
Dew/AHC Caution Sheet
AC Plug Adapter
Quick Set-up Sheet
Battery
Yes
DIN Type
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
UM size x pcs
OEM Brand
AC Cord
AV Cord (2Pin-1Pin)
21pin-RCA Cable
RF Cable
Registration Card
PTB Sheet
Anti-Theft Sheet
Euro Warranty Information Sheet
Yes
Yes
UM-4 x 2 pcs
No
No
No
No
Yes (0.9m)
Yes
No
No
No
A3-4
GENERAL SPECIFICATIONS
G-15
Interface
Switch
Front
Rear
Indicator
Key Light up
Terminals
Front
Rear
G-16
G-17
Set Size
Weight
G-18
Carton
Power
Play
Pause/Still
System Select
One Touch Playback
Input Select
Channel Up
Channel Down
F.FWD/Cue
Eject/Stop
Main Power SW
Volume Up
Volume Down
Rew/Rev
Rec/OTR
Main Power SW
Standby
Rec/OTR
T-Rec
On Timer
CS
Rec/OTR
One Touch Playback
Play
Video Input
Audio Input
Other Terminal
Video Input
Audio Input
Video Output
Audio Output
Euro Scart
Diversity
Ext Speaker
DC Jack 12V(Center +)
VHF/UHF Antenna Input
AC Inlet
Approx.
W x D x H (mm)
Net (Approx.)
Gross (Approx.)
Master Carton
Content
Material
Dimensions
W x D x H(mm)
Description of Origin
Gift Box
G-19
Cabinet Material
Material
Dimensions
W x D x H(mm)
Design
Description of Origin
Drop Test
Natural Dropping At
Height (cm)
Container Stuffing(40' container)
Cabinet Front
Cabinet Rear
Jack Panel
A3-5
Yes
Yes
No
No
No
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
Red
Red
Red
No
No
No
No
No
Yes
Yes
Head Phone(Stereo & Mono, 3.5mm)
No
No
No
No
1-SCART
No
No
No
DIN type
No
362 x 369 x 382
11.0 kg
( - lbs)
12.5 kg
( - lbs)
No
Yes
Double/Brown
423 x 447 x 443
As per Buyer's
Yes
1 Corner / 3 Edges / 6 Surfaces
62
700
Sets
PS 94HB
PS 94V0/Non-Decabrom
PS 94V2 or More /
DISASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS
1-3: TV/VCR BLOCK (Refer to Fig. 1-3)
1. REMOVAL OF MECHANICAL PARTS
AND P.C. BOARDS
1. Remove the 2 screws 1.
2. Disconnect the following connectors:
(CP302, CP402, CP501 and CP502).
3. Unlock the support 2.
4. Remove the TV/VCR Block in the direction of arrow.
1-1: BACK CABINET (Refer to Fig. 1-1)
1. Remove the 6 screws 1.
2. Remove the AC cord from the AC cord hook 2.
3. Remove the Back Cabinet in the direction of arrow.
1
1
Front Cabinet
Front Cabinet
1
2
UP TO
RELEASE
1
TV/VCR Block
1
1
Fig. 1-3
1
2
Back Cabinet
1-4: POWER PCB (Refer to Fig. 1-4)
1
Fig. 1-1
1. Remove the 3 screws 1.
2. Disconnect the following connectors:
(CP401A and CP851A).
3. Remove the Power PCB in the direction of arrow.
1-2: CRT PCB (Refer to Fig. 1-2)
CAUTION: BEFORE REMOVING THE ANODE CAP,
DISCHARGE ELECTRICITY BECAUSE IT
CONTAINS HIGH VOLTAGE.
BEFORE ATTEMPTING TO REMOVE OR
REPAIR ANY PCB, UNPLUG THE POWER
CORD FROM THE AC SOURCE.
1
1
1
1. Remove the Anode Cap.
(Refer to REMOVAL OF ANODE CAP)
2. Disconnect the following connectors:
(CP801).
3. Remove the CRT PCB in the direction of arrow.
Power PCB
CRT PCB
Front Cabinet
TV/VCR Block
Fig. 1-4
Fig. 1-2
B1-1
DISASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS
1-5: DECK SHIELD PLATE (Refer to Fig. 1-5)
1-7: JACK PLATE AND SYSCON PCB (Refer to Fig. 1-7)
1. Remove the 2 screws 1.
2. Remove the Deck Shield Plate in the direction of arrow (A).
3. Remove the screw 2.
4. Remove the Bottom Shield Plate in the direction of arrow (B).
1. Remove the screw 1.
2. Remove the 2 screws 2.
3. Remove the Syscon PCB in the direction of arrow.
1
Deck Shield Plate
Syscon PCB
1
1
(A)
2
2
TV/VCR Block
(B)
Deck Holder
Fig. 1-7
Bottom Shield Plate
2
Fig. 1-5
1-6: DECK CHASSIS (Refer to Fig. 1-6)
1. Remove the screw 1.
2. Remove the Cover Light Plate in the direction of arrow.
3. Remove the 3 screws 2.
4. Disconnect the following connectors:
(CP1001, CP4001, CP4004 and CP4005).
5. Remove the Deck Chassis in the direction of arrow.
1
2 2
Cover Light Plate
2
Deck Chassis
Syscon PCB
Fig. 1-6
B1-2
DISASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS
2. REMOVAL OF DECK PARTS
NOTE
2-1: TOP BRACKET (Refer to Fig. 2-1)
1. In case of the Locker R installation, check if the two
positions of Fig.2-3-B are correctly locked.
2. When you install the Cassette Side R, be sure to move
the Locker R after installing.
1. Extend the 2 supports 1.
2. Slide the 2 supports 2 and remove the Top Bracket.
NOTE
1. After the installation of the Top Bracket, bend the
support 1 so that the Top Bracket is fixed.
Locker R
Top Bracket
Check if these
positions are locked.
Cassette Side R
1
1
Top Bracket
2
Fig. 2-3-B
2
Main Chassis
2-4: LINK UNIT (Refer to Fig. 2-4)
Main Chassis
1. Set the Link Unit to the Eject position.
2. Unlock the support 1.
3. Remove the (A) side of the Link Unit first, then remove
the (B) side.
Fig. 2-1
2-2: CASSETTE HOLDER ASS'Y (Refer to Fig. 2-2)
1. Move the Cassette Holder Ass'y to the front side.
2. Push the Locker R to remove the Cassette Side R.
3. Remove the Cassette Side L.
Main Chassis
Link Unit
Cassette Side R
Locker R
Main Chassis
(A)
(B)
Link Unit
1
Main Chassis
Fig. 2-4
Link Unit
2-5: LINK LEVER/FLAP LEVER (Refer to Fig. 2-5)
Main Chassis
Cassette Side L
1. Extend the support 1.
2. Remove the Link Lever.
3. Remove the Flap Lever.
Fig. 2-2
2-3: CASSETTE SIDE L/R (Refer to Fig. 2-3-A)
1. Remove the Locker Spring.
2. Unlock the 4 supports 1 and then remove the Cassette
Side L/R.
3. Unlock the support 2 and then remove the Locker R.
Flap Lever
Locker Spring
1
1
1
Cassette Holder
Link Lever
2
Fig. 2-5
Locker R
1
1
Cassette Side R
Cassette Side L
Fig. 2-3-A
B2-1
DISASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS
2-6: LOADING MOTOR/WORM (Refer to Fig. 2-6-A)
2-7: TENSION ASS'Y (Refer to Fig. 2-7-B)
1. Remove the screw 1.
2. Remove the Loading Motor.
3. Remove the Worm.
1. Turn the Pinch Roller Cam clockwise so that the
Tension Holder hook is set to the position of Fig. 2-7-A
to move the Tension Arm Ass'y.
2. Remove the Tension Spring.
3. Unlock the 2 supports 1 and remove the Tension
Band.
4. Unlock the support 2 and remove the Tension Arm
Ass'y.
5. Unlock the support 3 and remove the Tension
Connect.
6. Float the hook 4 and turn it clockwise then remove the
Tension Holder.
Loading Motor
Worm
Main Chassis
Tension Arm Ass'y
• Screw Torque: 3 ± 0.5kgf•cm
1
Fig. 2-6-A
Fig. 2-7-A
NOTE
1
1. In case of the Worm installation, check if the value of
the Fig. 2-6-B is correct.
2. In case of the Loading Motor installation, hook the wire
on the Cassette Opener as shown Fig. 2-6-C.
3. When installing the wires between Capstan DD Unit
and Loading Motor, connect them correctly as shown
Fig. 2-6-D.
Tension Connect
Tension Band
1
3
Tension Spring
Tension Arm Ass'y
Tension Holder
2
4
19.2 ± 0.1mm
Fig. 2-7-B
NOTE
Safety surface for pressing
of the insert.
1. In case of the Tension Band installation, note the
direction of the installation. (Refer to Fig. 2-7-C)
2. In case of the Tension Band installation, install correctly
as Fig. 2-7-D.
3. In case of the Tension Connect installation, install as
the circled section of Fig. 2-7-E.
Fig. 2-6-B
Loading Motor
Tension Band
Tension Connect
Fig. 2-7-C
Cassette Opener
[OK]
Tension Connect
Fig. 2-6-C
Tension Band
[NG]
Tension Connect
Tension Band
Pink
Loading Motor
Capstan DD Unit
-
L2
+
L1
White
Fig. 2-7-D
Tension Connect
Fig. 2-6-D
Main Chassis
B2-2
Fig. 2-7-E
DISASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS
2-8: T BRAKE ARM/T BRAKE BAND (Refer to Fig. 2-8-A)
1. Remove the T Brake Spring.
2. Turn the T Brake Arm clockwise and bend the hook
section to remove it.
3. Unlock the 2 supports 1 and remove the T Brake
Band.
Idler Gear
Idler Arm Ass'y
(B)
S Reel
T Brake Band
(A)
1
Hook section
1
T Reel
(A)
T Brake Arm
1
T Brake Spring
1
Fig. 2-8-A
Fig. 2-9-A
NOTE
NOTE
1. In case of the S Reel and T Reel installation, check if the
correct parts are installed. (Refer to Fig. 2-9-B)
2. In case of the Idler Arm Ass'y installation, install correctly
as Fig. 2-9-C. And also set it so that the section "B" of
Fig. 2-9-A is placed under the Main Chassis tab.
1. In case of the T Brake Band installation, install correctly
as Fig. 2-8-B.
[OK]
T Brake Arm
T Brake Band
T Brake Arm
[NG]
T Brake Band
Fig. 2-8-B
2-9: S REEL/T REEL/IDLER ARM ASS'Y/IDLER GEAR
(Refer to Fig. 2-9-A)
Big Hole
(S Reel)
1. Remove the S Reel and T Reel.
2. Remove the 2 Polyslider Washers 1.
3. Remove the Idler Arm Ass'y and Idler Gear.
Small Hole
(T Reel)
Fig. 2-9-B
[OK]
Clutch Gear
Idler Arm Ass'y
NOTE
1. Take care not to damage the gears of the S Reel and T
Reel.
2. The Polyslider Washer may be remained on the back of
the reel.
3. Take care not to damage the shaft.
4. Do not touch the section "A" of S Reel and T Reel. (Use
gloves.) (Refer to Fig. 2-9-A) Do not adhere the stains
on it.
5. When you install the reel, clean the shaft and grease it.
(If you do not grease, noise may be heard in FF/REW
mode.)
6. After installing the reel, adjust the height of the reel.
(Refer to MECHANICAL ADJUSTMENT)
[NG]
Idler Arm Ass'y
Clutch Gear
Fig. 2-9-C
B2-3
DISASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS
2-10: CASSETTE OPENER/PINCH ROLLER BLOCK/
P5 ARM ASS'Y (Refer to Fig. 2-10-A)
1. Unlock the support 1 and remove the Cassette
Opener.
2. Remove the Pinch Roller Block and P5 Arm Ass'y.
Cassette Opener
1
Spring Position
Fig. 2-11-B
2-12: FE HEAD (RECORDER ONLY) (Refer to Fig. 2-12)
Pinch Roller Block
1. Remove the screw 1.
2. Remove the FE Head.
P5 Arm Ass'y
1
Main Chassis
FE Head
Fig. 2-10-A
NOTE
1. Do not touch the Pinch Roller. (Use gloves.)
2. In case of the Pinch Roller Block and the Pinch Roller
Cam installation, install correctly as Fig. 2-10-B.
Pinch Roller Block
• Screw Torque: 5 ± 0.5kgf•cm
• The FE Head is not installed on the Video Cassette Player.
Can be seen the hole of
the Pinch Roller Cam.
Fig. 2-12
2-13: CYLINDER UNIT ASS'Y (Refer to Fig. 2-13)
P5 Arm Ass'y
Can be seen the hole of the
Main Cam.
1. Disconnect the following connector:
(CD2001)
2. Remove the 3 screws 1.
3. Remove the Cylinder Unit Ass'y.
Fig. 2-10-B
NOTE
1. When you install the Cylinder Unit Ass'y, tighten the
screws from (1) to (3) in order while pulling the Ass'y
toward the left front direction.
2-11: A/C HEAD (Refer to Fig. 2-11-A)
1.
2.
3.
4.
Remove the screw 1.
Remove the A/C Head Base.
Remove the 3 screws 2.
Remove the A/C Head and A/C Head Spring.
NOTE
Cylinder Unit Ass'y
1. Do not touch the A/C Head. (Use gloves.)
2. When you install the A/C Head Spring, install as shown in
Fig. 2-11-B.
3. When you install the A/C Head, tighten the screw (1) first,
then tighten the screw (2), finally tighten the screw (3).
(1)
2
(3)
2
2
(2)
(3)
A/C Head
1
(2)
1
(1)
1
• Screw Torque: 3 ± 0.5kgf•cm
A/C Head Spring
1
A/C Head Base
• Screw Torque: 5 ± 0.5kgf•cm (Screw 1)
Fig. 2-11-A
B2-4
Fig. 2-13
DISASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS
2-14: CAPSTAN DD UNIT (Refer to Fig. 2-14-A)
2-15: MAIN CAM/PINCH ROLLER CAM/JOINT GEAR
(Refer to Fig. 2-15-A)
1. Remove the Capstan Belt.
2. Remove the 3 screws 1.
3. Remove the Capstan DD Unit.
1. Remove the E-Ring 1, then remove the Main Cam.
2. Remove the E-Ring 2, then remove the Pinch Roller
Cam and Joint Gear.
1
Main Cam
Capstan Belt
Capstan DD Unit
2
Pinch Roller Cam
Joint Gear
1
• Screw Torque: 4 ± 0.5kgf•cm
Fig. 2-15-A
1 1
NOTE
Fig. 2-14-A
1. In case of the Pinch Roller Cam and Main Cam
installation, install them as the circled section of Fig. 215-B so that the each markers are met. (Refer to Fig.
2-15-B)
NOTE
1. In case of the Capstan DD Unit installation, apply the
silicon bond (TSE3843-W) on the position Fig. 2-14-B
correctly. (If no silicon bond applied, abnormal noise will
be heard on the deck operation.)
(Refer to Fig. 2-14-B, C)
Pinch Roller Cam
Applied position of
silicon bond
Marker
Be careful not to apply the silicon
bond to the Pinch Roller.
Main Cam
Fig. 2-15-B
Fig. 2-14-B
2-16: LOADING GEAR S/T UNIT (Refer to Fig. 2-16-A)
1. Remove the E-Ring 1 and remove the Main Loading
Gear.
2. Remove the Main Rod, Tension Lever, Loading Arm S
Unit and Loading Arm T Unit.
Silicon Bond
Main Chassis
1
Main Rod
Main Loading Gear
Capstan DD Unit
Fig. 2-14-C
Loading Arm T Unit
Tension Lever
Loading Arm S Unit
Fig. 2-16-A
B2-5
DISASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS
2-18: CASSETTE GUIDE POST/INCLINED BASE S/T
UNIT/P4 CAP (Refer to Fig. 2-18-A)
NOTE
1. When you install the Loading Arm S Unit, Loading Arm
T Unit and Main Loading Gear, align each marker.
(Refer to Fig. 2-16-B)
1. Remove the P4 Cap.
2. Unlock the support 1 and remove the Cassette Guide
Post.
3. Remove the Inclined Base S Unit and Inclined Base T
Unit.
Marker
Main Loading Gear
Cassette Guide Post
1
Marker
Inclined Base S
Unit
Loading Arm T Unit
Inclined Base T
Unit
P4 Cap
Loading Arm S Unit
Fig. 2-16-B
2-17: CLUTCH ASS'Y/RING SPRING/CLUTCH LEVER/
CLUTCH GEAR (Refer to Fig. 2-17-A)
1.
2.
3.
4.
Remove the Polyslider Washer 1.
Remove the Clutch Ass'y and Ring Spring.
Remove the Clutch Lever.
Remove the Coupling Gear, Coupling Spring and
Clutch Gear.
Fig. 2-18-A
NOTE
1. Do not touch the roller of Guide Roller.
2. In case of the P4 Cap installation, install it with parallel
for "A" and "B" of Fig. 2-18-B.
3. In case of the Cassette Guide Post installation, install
correctly as the circled section of Fig. 2-18-C.
1
Clutch Ass'y
Ring Spring
"A"
Coupling Gear
"B"
Clutch Lever
Coupling Spring
Clutch Gear
P4 Cap
Cassette Opener
Fig. 2-18-B
Fig. 2-17-A
NOTE
[OK]
1. In case of the Clutch Ass'y installation, install it with
inserting the spring of the Clutch Ass'y into the dent of
the Coupling Gear. (Refer to Fig. 2-17-B)
Cassette Guide Post
Clutch Ass'y
[NG]
Cassette Guide Post
Coupling Gear
Fig. 2-18-C
Fig. 2-17-B
B2-6
DISASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS
3. After one side is removed, pull in the opposite direction
to remove the other.
3. REMOVAL OF ANODE CAP
Read the following NOTED items before starting work.
NOTE
* After turning the power off there might still be a potential
voltage that is very dangerous. When removing the
Anode Cap, make sure to discharge the Anode Cap's
potential voltage.
* Do not use pliers to loosen or tighten the Anode Cap
terminal, this may cause the spring to be damaged.
Take care not to damage the Rubber Cap.
INSTALLATION
1. Clean the spot where the cap was located with a small
amount of alcohol. (Refer to Fig. 3-3.)
REMOVAL
1. Follow the steps as follows to discharge the Anode Cap.
(Refer to Fig. 3-1.)
Connect one end of an Alligator Clip to the metal part of a
flat-blade screwdriver and the other end to ground.
While holding the plastic part of the insulated Screwdriver,
touch the support of the Anode with the tip of the
Screwdriver.
A cracking noise will be heard as the voltage is discharged.
NOTE
Confirm that there is no dirt, dust, etc. at the spot where
the cap was located.
Location of Anode Cap
GND on the CRT
Fig. 3-3
2. Arrange the wire of the Anode Cap and make sure the
wire is not twisted.
3. Turn over the Rubber Cap. (Refer to Fig. 3-4.)
CRT
Screwdriver
Support
Alligator Clip
GND on the CRT
Fig. 3-4
Fig. 3-1
4. Insert one end of the Anode Support into the anode
button, then the other as shown in Fig. 3-5.
2. Flip up the sides of the Rubber Cap in the direction of
the arrow and remove one side of the support.
(Refer to Fig. 3-2.)
Rubber Cap
CRT
CRT
Support
Fig. 3-2
Support
Fig. 3-5
5. Confirm that the Support is securely connected.
6. Put on the Rubber Cap without moving any parts.
B3-1
DISASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS
3. When IC starts moving back and forth easily after
desoldering completely, pickup the corner of the IC using
a tweezers and remove the IC by moving with the IC
desoldering machine. (Refer to Fig. 4-3.)
4. REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION OF
FLAT PACKAGE IC
REMOVAL
NOTE
1. Put the Masking Tape (cotton tape) around the Flat
Package IC to protect other parts from any damage.
(Refer to Fig. 4-1.)
Some ICs on the PCB are affixed with glue, so be
careful not to break or damage the foil of each IC
leads or solder lands under the IC when removing it.
NOTE
Masking is carried out on all the parts located within
10 mm distance from IC leads.
Masking Tape
(Cotton Tape)
Blower type IC
desoldering
machine
IC
Tweezers
Fig. 4-1
IC
Fig. 4-3
2. Heat the IC leads using a blower type IC desoldering
machine. (Refer to Fig. 4-2.)
4. Peel off the Masking Tape.
NOTE
5. Absorb the solder left on the pattern using the Braided
Shield Wire. (Refer to Fig. 4-4.)
Do not add the rotating and the back and forth
directions force on the IC, until IC can move back and
forth easily after desoldering the IC leads completely.
NOTE
Do not move the Braided Shield Wire in the vertical
direction towards the IC pattern.
Blower type IC
desoldering machine
Braided Shield Wire
Soldering Iron
IC
IC pattern
Fig. 4-2
B4-1
Fig. 4-4
DISASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS
INSTALLATION
4. When bridge-soldering between terminals and/or the
soldering amount are not enough, resolder using a Thintip Soldering Iron. (Refer to Fig. 4-8.)
1. Take care of the polarity of new IC and then install the
new IC fitting on the printed circuit pattern. Then solder
each lead on the diagonal positions of IC temporarily.
(Refer to Fig. 4-5.)
Thin-tip Soldering Iron
IC
Soldering Iron
Fig. 4-8
5. Finally, confirm the soldering status on four sides of the
IC using a magnifying glass.
Confirm that no abnormality is found on the soldering
position and installation position of the parts around the
IC. If some abnormality is found, correct by resoldering.
Solder temporarily
Solder temporarily
Fig. 4-5
2. Supply the solder from the upper position of IC leads
sliding to the lower position of the IC leads.
(Refer to Fig. 4-6.)
Solder
IC
NOTE
When the IC leads are bent during soldering and/or
repairing, do not repair the bending of leads. If the
bending of leads are repaired, the pattern may be
damaged. So, be always sure to replace the IC in this
case.
Soldering Iron
Supply soldering
from upper position
to lower position
Fig. 4-6
3. Absorb the solder left on the lead using the Braided
Shield Wire. (Refer to Fig. 4-7.)
NOTE
Do not absorb the solder to excess.
Soldering Iron
IC
Braided Shield Wire
Fig. 4-7
B4-2
KEY TO ABBREVIATIONS
A A/C
ACC
AE
AFC
AFT
AFT DET
AGC
AMP
ANT
A.PB
APC
ASS'Y
AT
AUTO
A/V
B BGP
BOT
BPF
BRAKE SOL
BUFF
B/W
C C
CASE
CAP
CARR
CH
CLK
CLOCK (SY-SE)
COMB
CONV
CPM
CTL
CYL
CYL-M
CYL SENS
D DATA (SY-CE)
dB
DC
DD Unit
DEMOD
DET
DEV
E E
EF
EMPH
ENC
ENV
EOT
EQ
EXT
F F
FBC
FE
FF
FG
FL SW
FM
FSC
FWD
G GEN
GND
H H.P.F
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Audio/Control
Automatic Color Control
Audio Erase
Automatic Frequency Control
Automatic Fine Tuning
Automatic Fine Tuning Detect
Automatic Gain Control
Amplifier
Antenna
Audio Playback
Automatic Phase Control
Assembly
All Time
Automatic
Audio/Video
Burst Gate Pulse
Beginning of Tape
Bandpass Filter
Brake Solenoid
Buffer
Black and White
Capacitance, Collector
Cassette
Capstan
Carrier
Channel
Clock
Clock (Syscon to Servo)
Combination, Comb Filter
Converter
Capstan Motor
Control
Cylinder
Cylinder-Motor
Cylinder-Sensor
Data (Syscon to Servo)
Decibel
Direct Current
Direct Drive Motor Unit
Demodulator
Detector
Deviation
Emitter
Emitter Follower
Emphasis
Encoder
Envelope
End of Tape
Equalizer
External
Fuse
Feed Back Clamp
Full Erase
Fast Forward, Flip-flop
Frequency Generator
Front Loading Switch
Frequency Modulation
Frequency Sub Carrier
Forward
Generator
Ground
High Pass Filter
I
K
L
M
N
O
P
R
S
C1-1
H.SW
Hz
IC
IF
IND
INV
KIL
L
LED
LIMIT AMP
LM, LDM
LP
L.P.F
LUMI.
M
MAX
MINI
MIX
MM
MOD
MPX
MS SW
NC
NR
OSC
OPE
PB
PB CTL
PB-C
PB-Y
PCB
P. CON
PD
PG
P-P
R
REC
REC-C
REC-Y
REEL BRK
REEL S
REF
REG
REW
REV, RVS
RF
RMC
RY
S. CLK
S. COM
S. DATA
SEG
SEL
SENS
SER
SI
SIF
SO
SOL
SP
STB
SW
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Head Switch
Hertz
Integrated Circuit
Intermediate Frequency
Indicator
Inverter
Killer
Left
Light Emitting Diode
Limiter Amplifier
Loading Motor
Long Play
Low Pass Filter
Luminance
Motor
Maximum
Minimum
Mixer, mixing
Monostable Multivibrator
Modulator, Modulation
Multiplexer, Multiplex
Mecha State Switch
Non Connection
Noise Reduction
Oscillator
Operation
Playback
Playback Control
Playback-Chrominance
Playback-Luminance
Printed Circuit Board
Power Control
Phase Detector
Pulse Generator
Peak-to Peak
Right
Recording
Recording-Chrominance
Recording-Luminance
Reel Brake
Reel Sensor
Reference
Regulated, Regulator
Rewind
Reverse
Radio Frequency
Remote Control
Relay
Serial Clock
Sensor Common
Serial Data
Segment
Select, Selector
Sensor
Search Mode
Serial Input
Sound Intermediate Frequency
Serial Output
Solenoid
Standard Play
Serial Strobe
Switch
KEY TO ABBREVIATIONS
S SYNC
SYNC SEP
T TR
TRAC
TRICK PB
TP
U UNREG
V V
VCO
VIF
VP
V.PB
VR
V.REC
VSF
VSR
VSS
V-SYNC
VT
X X'TAL
Y Y/C
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Synchronization
Sync Separator, Separation
Transistor
Tracking
Trick Playback
Test Point
Unregulated
Volt
Voltage Controlled Oscillator
Video Intermediate Frequency
Vertical Pulse, Voltage Display
Video Playback
Variable Resistor
Video Recording
Visual Search Fast Forward
Visual Search Rewind
Voltage Super Source
Vertical-Synchronization
Voltage Tuning
Crystal
Luminance/Chrominance
C1-2
SERVICE MODE LIST
This unit provided with the following SERVICE MODES so you can repair, examine and adjust easily.
To enter SERVICE MODE, Unplug AC cord till lost actual clock time. Then press and hold Vol (-) button of main unit and
remocon key for more than 2 seconds.
The both pressing of set key and remote control key will not be possible if clock has been set. To reset clock, either unplug
AC cord and allow at least 30 minutes before Power On or alternatively, discharge backup capacitor.
Set Key
Remocon Key
Operations
VOL. (-) MIN
1
Initialization of the factory.
NOTE: Do not use this for the normal servicing.
If you set a factory initialization, the memories are reset such as the clock
setting, the channel setting, the POWER ON total hours, and PLAY/REC
total hours.
VOL. (-) MIN
2
Horizontal position adjustment of OSD.
NOTE: Also can be adjusted by using the Adjustment MENU.
Refer to the "ELECTRICAL ADJUSTMENT" (OSD HORIZONTAL).
VOL. (-) MIN
3
Adjust the PG SHIFTER automatically.
Refer to the "ELECTRICAL ADJUSTMENT" (PG SHIFTER).
VOL. (-) MIN
4
Adjust the PG SHIFTER manually.
Refer to the "ELECTRICAL ADJUSTMENT" (PG SHIFTER).
VOL. (-) MIN
5
Adjusting of the Tracking to the center position.
NOTE: Also can be adjusted by pressing the ATR button for more than 2 seconds
during PLAY.
VOL. (-) MIN
6
POWER ON total hours and PLAY/REC total hours are displayed on the screen.
Refer to the "PREVENTIVE CHECKS AND SERVICE INTERVALS" (CONFIRMATION
OF HOURS USED).
Can be checked of the INITIAL DATA of MEMORY IC.
Refer to the "WHEN REPLACING EEPROM (MEMORY) IC".
VOL. (-) MIN
7
Releasing of PROTECTION PASSWORD.
VOL. (-) MIN
8
Writing of EEPROM initial data.
NOTE: Do not use this for the normal servicing.
VOL. (-) MIN
9
Display of the Adjustment MENU on the screen.
Refer to the "ELECTRICAL ADJUSTMENT" (On-Screen Display Adjustment).
Method
Press the ATR button on the
remote control for more than
2 seconds during PLAY.
Make the short circuit between
the test point of SERVICE and
the GND.
Operations
Adjusting of the Tracking to the center position.
Refer to the "MECHANICAL ADJUSTMENT" (GUIDE ROLLER) and "ELECTRICAL
ADJUSTMENT" (PG SHIFTER).
The BOT, EOT, and the Reel Sensor do not work and the deck can be operated
without a cassette tape.
Refer to the "PREPARATION FOR SERVICING"
C2-1
PREVENTIVE CHECKS AND SERVICE INTERVALS
The following standard table depends on environmental conditions and usage.
Parts replacing time does not mean the life span for individual parts.
Also, long term storage or misuse may cause transformation and aging of rubber parts.
The following list means standard hours, so the checking hours depends on the conditions.
Time
Parts Name
500
hours
1,000
hours
1,500
hours
2,000
hours
2,500
hours
Notes
Audio Control Head
Clean those parts in
contact with the tape.
Full Erase Head
(Recorder only)
Capstan Belt
Pinch Roller
Clean the rubber, and parts
which the rubber touches.
Capstan DD Unit
Loading Motor
Tension Band
T Brake Band
Clutch Ass'y
Idler Arm Ass'y
Capstan Shaft
Tape Running
Guide Post
Replace when rolling
becomes abnormal.
Clean the Head
Cylinder Unit
: Clean
: Check it and if necessary, replace it.
CONFIRMATION OF HOURS USED
POWER ON total hours and PLAY/REC total hours can be checked on the screen.
Total hours are displayed in 16 system of notation.
NOTE: If you set a factory initialization, the total hours is reset to "0".
The confirmation of using hours will not be possible if clock has been set. To reset clock, either unplug
AC cord and allow at least 30 minutes before Power On or alternatively, discharge backup capacitor.
1. Set the VOLUME to minimum.
2. Press both VOL. DOWN button on the set and the Channel button (6) on the remote control for more than 2 seconds.
3. After the confirmation of using hours, turn off the power.
INIT 0B4 00
POWER ON 0010
PLAY/REC 0010
Initial setting content of MEMORY IC.
POWER ON total hours.
PLAY/REC total hours.
(16 x 16 x 16 x thousands digit value) + (16 x 16 x hundreds digit value) + (16 x tens digit value) + (ones digit value)
C3-1
PREVENTIVE CHECKS AND SERVICE INTERVALS
CLEANING
2. TAPE RUNNING SYSTEM
NOTE
When cleaning the tape transport system, use the
gauze moistened with isopropyl alcohol.
After cleaning the heads with isopropyl alcohol, do not
run a tape until the heads dry completely. If the heads
are not completely dry and alcohol gets on the tape,
damage may occur.
3. CYLINDER
Wrap a piece of chamois around your finger. Dip it in
isopropyl alcohol. Hold it to the cylinder head softly.
Turn the cylinder head counterclockwise to clean it (in
the direction of the arrow). (Refer to the figure below.)
1. AUDIO CONTROL HEAD
Clean the Audio Control Head with the cotton stick
soaked by alcohol. Clean the full erase head in the
same manner. (Refer to the figure below.)
NOTE
Do not exert force against the cylinder head. Do not move
the chamois upward or downward on the head.
Use the chamois one by one.
Audio Control Head
Cylinder Head
C3-2
WHEN REPLACING EEPROM (MEMORY) IC
If a service repair is undertaken where it has been required to change the MEMORY IC, the following steps should be taken to
ensure correct data settings while making reference to TABLE 1.
NOTE: Initial Data setting will not be possible if clock has been set. To reset clock, either unplug AC cord and allow
at least 30 minutes before Power On or alternatively, discharge backup capacitor.
INI
+0
+1
+2
+3
+4
+5
+6
+7
+8
+9
+A
+B
+C
+D
+E
+F
0B0
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00
05
30
00
C0
4C
00
E7
C4
C0
0A
21
0C0 04
6C
98
00
00
05
63
65
66
47
1F
3B
32
17
1D
1B
0D0 3A
0F
4B
20
44
63
64
65
64
EA
00
F5
97
90
68
5F
0E0
0F
40
50
F0
5F
0F
F0
05
F3
60
99
B2
9A
97
8C
B2
0F0 A0
C4
20
08
BF
10
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
100
27
03
07
15
F3
00
23
42
20
11
F0
02
09
00
82
10
110
00
07
04
00
40
20
20
00
00
40
00
00
00
00
00
00
120
25
27
29
2B
2D
2F
31
33
35
37
3A
3D
40
43
46
49
130
4C
4F
52
55
57
59
5B
5D
5F
61
63
65
67
69
6B
6D
140
6F
71
73
76
79
7C
7F
82
85
88
8B
8E
91
94
97
9A
150
9D
A0
A5
AA
AF
B4
B9
BE
C3
C8
CD
D2
D9
E1
F0
FF
Table 1
1. Enter DATA SET mode by setting VOLUME to minimum.
2. While holding down VOLUME button on front cabinet, press key 6 on remote control for more than 2 seconds.
ADDRESS and DATA should appear as FIG 1.
ADDRESS DATA
INIT 0B4 00
POWER ON 0010
PLAY/REC 0010
Fig. 1
3. ADDRESS is now selected and should "blink". Using the PLAY or STOP button on the remote, step through the
ADDRESS until required ADDRESS to be changed is reached.
4. Press ENTER to select DATA. When DATA is selected, it will "blink".
5. Again, step through the DATA using PLAY or STOP button until required DATA value has been selected.
6. Pressing ENTER will take you back to ADDRESS for further selection if necessary.
7. Repeat steps 3 to 6 until all data has been checked.
8. When satisfied correct DATA has been entered, turn POWER off (return to STANDBY MODE) to finish DATA input.
The unit will now have the correct DATA for the new MEMORY IC.
C4-1
SERVICING FIXTURES AND TOOLS
Alignment Tape
Back tension cassette gauge
Torque cassette gauge
(KT-300NR)
Taper nut driver
ST-C6
ST-C7
70909103
70909199
70909228
VTR cleaning kit
VTR lubrication kit
Grease
JG002B Adapter
JG002E Dial Torque Gauge
(10~90gf•cm)
JG002F (60~600gf•cm)
JG022 Master Plane
JG024A Reel Disk Height
Adjustment Jig
JG153 X Value Adjustment
Screwdriver
JG154 Cable
Tentelometer
Ref. No.
Part No.
Parts Name
JG002B
APJG002B00
Adapter
VSR Torque, Brake Torque (S Reel/T Reel Ass'y)
JG002E
APJG002E00
Dial Torque Gauge (10~90gf•cm)
Brake Torque (T Reel Ass'y)
JG002F
APJG002F00
Dial Torque Gauge (60~600gf•cm)
VSR Torque, Brake Torque (S Reel)
JG022
APJG022000
Master Plane
Reel Disk Height Adjustment
JG024A
APJG024A00
Reel Disk Height Adjustment Jig
Reel Disk Height Adjustment
JG153
APJG153000
X Value Adjustment Screwdriver
X Value Adjustment
JG154
APJG154000
Cable
Used to connect the test point of SERVICE and GROUND
Remarks
PREPARATION FOR SERVICING
How to use the Servicing Fixture
1. Unplug the connector CP302 then remove the Power PCB/Syscon PCB from the set.
Be sure to place the parts on a paper so that they have no short-circuit each other.
2. Short circuit between TP1001 and Ground with the cable JG154.
(The BOT, EOT, and the Reel Sensor do not work and the deck can be operated without a cassette tape.)
3. In case of using a cassette tape, press the STOP/EJECT button to insert or eject a cassette tape.
Turn on the power and re-check the cable before checking the trouble points.
D1-1
MECHANICAL ADJUSTMENTS
1-2: CONFIRMATION AND ADJUSTMENT OF TENSION
POST POSITION
1. CONFIRMATION AND ADJUSTMENT
Read the following NOTES before starting work.
1. Set to the PLAY mode.
2. Adjust the adjusting section for the Tension Arm
position so that the Tension Arm top is within the
standard line of Main Chassis.
3. While turning the S Reel clockwise, confirm that the
edge of the Tension Arm is located in the position
described above.
• Place an object which weighs between 450g~500g on
the Cassette Tape to keep it steady when you want to
make the tape run without the Cassette Holder. (Do not
place an object which weighs over 500g.)
1-1: CONFIRMATION AND ADJUSTMENT OF REEL
DISK HEIGHT
1. Turn on the power and set to the STOP mode.
2. Set the master plane (JG022) and reel disk height
adjustment jig (JG024A) on the mechanism framework,
taking care not to scratch the drum, as shown in Fig. 11-A.
3. While turning the reel and confirm the following points.
Check if the surface "A" of reel disk is lower than the
surface "B" of reel disk height adjustment jig (JG024A)
and is higher than the surface "C". If it is not passed,
place the height adjustment washers and adjust to
10(+2, -0)mm.
4. Adjust the other reel in the same way.
Standard line of Main Chassis
Tension Arm
0.5mm (Adjusting range)
Fig. 1-2-A
Adjusting section for the
Tension Arm position
Master Plane (JG022)
Tension Band
Reel Disk Height Adjustment Jig
(JG024A)
The Tension Arm top will
move to the inside direction
of the Main Chassis.
The Tension Arm top will
move to the outside direction
of the Main Chassis.
Bend
1-3: CONFIRMATION OF PLAYBACK TORQUE AND
BACK TENSION TORQUE DURING PLAYBACK
Fig. 1-1-A
Master Plane (JG022)
1. Load a video tape (E-180) recorded in standard speed
mode. Set the unit to the PLAY mode.
2. Install the tentelometer as shown in Fig. 1-3. Confirm that
the meter indicates 20 ± 2gf in the beginning of playback.
Reel Disk Height
Adjustment Jig
(JG024A)
Reel Disk
• USING A CASSETTE TYPE TORQUE TAPE (KT-300NR)
(B)
1. After confirmation and adjustment of Tension Post
position (Refer to item 1-2), load the cassette type
torque tape (KT-300NR) and set to the PLAY mode.
2. Confirm that the right meter of the torque tape indicates
50~90gf•cm during playback in SP mode.
3. Confirm that the left meter of the torque tape indicates
25~40gf•cm during playback in SP mode.
10(+0.2, -0)mm
(C)
(A)
Height Adjustment
Washer
2.6x4.7xT0.13
2.6X4.7xT0.25
Fig. 1-2-B
Tentelometer
Fig. 1-1-B
Video Tape
P1 Post
D2-1
Guide Roller
Fig. 1-3
MECHANICAL ADJUSTMENTS
1-4: CONFIRMATION OF VSR TORQUE
NOTE
1. Install the Torque Gauge (JG002F) and Adapter (JG002B)
on the S Reel. Set to the Picture Search (Rewind) mode.
(Refer to Fig.1-4-B)
2. Then, confirm that it indicates 120~180gf•cm.
If the torque is out of the range, replace the following
parts.
NOTE
Check item
Replacement Part
1-4
Idler Ass'y/Clutch Ass'y
1-5
Install the Torque Gauge on the reel disk firmly. Press the
REW button to turn the reel disk.
S Reel side: S Reel/Tension Band/Tension
Connect/Tension Arm Ass'y
T Reel side: T Reel/T Brake Band//T Brake
Spring/T Brake Arm
1-5: CONFIRMATION OF REEL BRAKE TORQUE
(S Reel Brake) (Refer to Fig. 1-4-B)
2. CONFIRMATION AND ADJUSTMENT
OF TAPE RUNNING MECHANISM
1. Once set to the Fast Forward mode then set to the Stop
mode. While, unplug the AC cord when the Pinch Roller
Block is on the position of Fig. 1-4-A.
2. Move the Idler Ass'y from the S Reel.
3. Install the Torque Gauge (JG002F) and Adapter
(JG002B) on the S Reel. Turn the Torque Gauge
(JG002F) clockwise.
4. Then, confirm that it indicates 60~100gf•cm.
Tape Running Mechanism is adjusted precisely at the
factory. Adjustment is not necessary as usual. When you
replace the parts of the tape running mechanism because
of long term usage or failure, the confirmation and
adjustment are necessary.
(T Reel Brake) (Refer to Fig. 1-4-B)
2-1: GUIDE ROLLER
1. Once set to the Fast Forward mode then set to the Stop
mode. While, unplug the AC cord when the Pinch Roller
Block is on the position of Fig. 1-4-A.
2. Move the Idler Ass'y from the T Reel.
3. Install the Torque Gauge (JG002E) and Adapter
(JG002B) on the T reel. Turn the Torque Gauge
(JG002E) counterclockwise.
4. Then, confirm that it indicates 30~50gf•cm.
1. Playback the VHS Alignment Tape.
2. Connect CH-1 of the oscilloscope to TP4002 (Envelope)
and CH-2 to TP4001 (SW Pulse).
3. Press and hold the Tracking-Auto button on the remote
control more than 2 seconds to set tracking to center.
4. Trigger with SW Pulse and observe the envelope. (Refer
to Fig. 2-1-A)
5. When observing the envelope, adjust the Taper Nut
Driver slightly until the envelope will be flat.
Even if you press the Tracking Button, adjust so that
flatness is not moved so much.
6. Adjust so that the A : B ratio is better than 3 : 2 as shown
in Fig. 2-1-B, even if you press the Tracking Button to
move the envelope (The envelope waveform will begin to
decrease when you press the Tracking Button).
7. Adjust the PG shifter during playback.
(Refer to the ELECTRICAL ADJUSTMENTS)
The position at FF mode.
Pinch Roller Block
Stop at this position.
Cassette
Opener
The position at
STOP mode.
Capstan DD Unit
NOTE
After adjustment, confirm and adjust A/C head.
(Refer to item 2-2)
Cassette Holder Ass'y
Fig. 1-4-A
CH-1
Envelope
(TP4002)
Torque Gauge/Adapter
(JG002F/JG002B)
CH-1
Track
Torque Gauge/Adapter
(JG002E/JG002B)
CH-2
Track
CH-2
SW Pulse (TP4001)
Fig. 2-1-A
Entrance
Exit
S Reel
Max
T Reel
A
B
A:B≥3:2
Fig. 1-4-B
D2-2
Max
Fig. 2-1-B
MECHANICAL ADJUSTMENTS
2-2: CONFIRMATION AND ADJUSTMENT OF AUDIO/
CONTROL HEAD
2-3: TAPE RUNNING ADJUSTMENT
(X VALUE ADJUSTMENT)
When the Tape Running Mechanism does not work well,
adjust the following items.
1. Confirm and adjust the height of the Reel Disk.
(Refer to item 1-1)
2. Confirm and adjust the position of the Tension Post.
(Refer to item 1-2)
3. Adjust the Guide Roller. (Refer to item 2-1)
4. Confirm and adjust the Audio/Control Head.
(Refer to item 2-2)
5. Connect CH-1 of the oscilloscope to TP4001, CH-2 to
TP4002 and CH-3 to HOT side of Audio Out Jack.
6. Playback the VHS Alignment Tape.
7. Press and hold the Tracking-Auto button on the remote
control more than 2 seconds to set tracking to center.
8. Set the X Value adjustment driver (JG153) to the 4 of
Fig. 2-2-B. Adjust X value so that the envelope waveform
output becomes maximum. Check if the relation between
Audio and Envelope waveform becomes (1) or (2) of Fig.
2-3.
1. Playback the VHS Alignment Tape.
2. Confirm that the reflected picture of stamp mark is
appeared on the tape prior to P4 Cap as shown in Fig. 22-A.
a) When the reflected picture is distorted, turn the screw
1 clockwise until the distortion is disappeared.
b) When the reflected picture is not distorted, turn the
screw 1 counterclockwise until little distortion is
appeared, then adjust the a).
3. Turn the screw 2 to set the audio level to maximum.
4. Confirm that the bottom of the Audio/ Control Head and
the bottom of the tape is shown in Fig. 2-2-C.
c) When the height is not correct, turn the screw 3 to
adjust the height. Then, adjust the 1~3 again.
Audio/Control Head
Reflected picture of
Stamp Mark
Envelope
P4 Cap
(1)
CH-3
Audio
(2)
Fig. 2-3
Stamp Mark
Fig. 2-2-A
Audio/Control Head
3
1
2
4
Fig. 2-2-B
Audio/Control Head
Tape
0.25±0.05mm
Fig. 2-2-C
D2-3
MECHANICAL ADJUSTMENTS
3. MECHANISM ADJUSTMENT PARTS LOCATION GUIDE
4
5
6
3
2
7
1
10
9
1. Tension Connect
2. Tension Arm
3. Guide Roller
4. Audio/Control Head
5. X value adjustment driver hole
8
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
D2-4
P4 Post
T Brake Spring
T Reel
S Reel
Adjusting section for the Tension Arm position
ELECTRICAL ADJUSTMENTS
1. ADJUSTMENT PROCEDURE
2. BASIC ADJUSTMENTS
(VCR SECTION)
Read and perform these adjustments when repairing the
circuits or replacing electrical parts or PCB assemblies.
2-1: PG SHIFTER
CAUTION
1. Playback the alignment tape.
2. Press and hold the Tracking-Auto button on the remote
control more than 2 seconds to set tracking to center.
3. Press the VOL. DOWN button on the set and the
channel button (3) on the remote control simultaneously
until the indicator REC disappears. If the indicator REC
disappears, adjustment is completed.
When you exchange IC and Transistor for a heat sink,
apply the silicon grease on the contact section of the heat
sink. Before applying new silicon grease, remove all the
old silicon grease. (Old grease may cause damages to the
IC and Transistor.)
On-Screen Display Adjustment
(If the above adjustments doesn't work well:)
1. Unplug the AC plug for more than 30 minutes to set the
clock to the non-setting state. (To release the Back-Up
immediately, take the short circuit between C1003 and
GND at the Power Off.) Then, set the volume level to
minimum.
2. Press the VOL. DOWN button on the set and the
channel button (9) on the remote control for more than
2 seconds to display adjustment mode on the screen as
shown in Fig. 1-1.
4. Connect CH-1 on the oscilloscope to TP4001 and CH-2
to TP4201.
5. Press the VOL. DOWN button on the set and the
channel button (3) on the remote control simultaneously
until the indicator REC disappears.
6. When the REC indicator is blinking, press both VOL.
DOWN button on the set and the channel button (4) on
the remote control simultaneously and adjust the
Tracking +/- button until the arising to the down of Head
Switching Pulse becomes 6.5 ± 0.5H.
(Refer to Fig. 2-1-A, B)
7. Stop the alignment tape.
( PAL)
TV
CH-2
01
RF AGC
15
Fig. 1-1
6.5H
3. Use the Channel UP/DOWN button or Channel button
(0-9) on the remote control to select the options shown
in Fig. 1-2.
4. Press the MENU button on the remote control to end
the adjustments.
NO.
00
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
09
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
FUNCTION
CUT OFF
RF AGC
AGC GAIN
R DRIVE
R CUTOFF
G DRIVE
G CUTOFF
B DRIVE
H POSI
V POSI
--V SIZE
--VCO COARSE
VCO FINE
VCO COARSE L1
VCO FINE L1
BRIGHT CENT
BRIGHT MAX
BRIGHT MIN
NO.
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
CH-1
Fig. 2-1-A
CH-2
FUNCTION
CONTRAST CENT
CONTRAST MAX
CONTRAST MIN
COLOR CENT
COLOR MAX
COLOR MIN
TINT
SHARP
M R CUT OFF
M G CUT OFF
M B CUT OFF
H POS OSD
------CVBS OUT
APR THRESHOLD
BELL FILTER
BANDPASS
CH-1
6.5H
Fig. 2-1-B
2-2: VCO
1. Place the set with Aging Test for more than 10 minutes.
2. Connect the oscillator (39.5MHz) to TP601.
3. Activate the adjustment mode display of Fig. 1-1 and
press the channel button (13) on the remote control to
select "VCO COARSE".
4. Press the VOL. UP/DOWN button on the remote control
until the "OK" appear on the screen. If the "OK" is not
displayed, select the "-" side on the changed from "+" to
"-".
5. Press the CH UP button once to set to "VCO FINE"
mode.
6. Press the VOL. UP/DOWN button on the remote control
to select the 5 step down point from the upper limit on
the "OK".
(Example: In case of the "OK" point 30~41, select 36.)
Fig. 1-2
D3-1
ELECTRICAL ADJUSTMENTS
2-3: RF AGC
2-8: VERTICAL SIZE
1. Place the set with Aging Test for more than 15 minutes.
2. Receive the UHF (63dB).
3. Connect the digital voltmeter between the pin 5 of
CP603 and the pin 1 (GND) of CP603.
4. Activate the adjustment mode display of Fig. 1-1 and
press the channel button (01) on the remote control to
select "RF AGC".
5. Press the VOL. UP/DOWN button on the remote control
until the digital voltmeter is 2.3 ± 0.1V.
NOTE: Adjust after performing adjustments in section 2-7.
1. Receive the monoscope pattern from the Pattern
Generator.
2. Using the remote control, set the brightness and
contrast to normal position.
3. Activate the adjustment mode display of Fig. 1-1 and
press the channel button (11) on the remote control to
select "V SIZE (50)".
4. Adjust by using the VOL. UP/DOWN button on the
remote control so that the Up/Down OVER SCAN
Quantity becomes equal to the Right/Left OVER SCAN
Quantity.
5. Receive a broadcast and check if the picture is normal.
6. Receive the monoscope pattern of NTSC. (Audio Video
Input)
7. Press the AV button on the remote control to set to the
AV mode. Then perform the above adjustments 2~4.
(TV SECTION)
2-4: CONSTANT VOLTAGE
1. Connect the digital voltmeter to TP501.
2. Set condition is AV MODE without signal.
3. Using the remote control, set the brightness and
contrast to normal position.
4. Adjust the VR502 until the digital voltmeter is 134 ± 1V.
2-9: VERTICAL LINEARITY
2-5: FOCUS
NOTE: Adjust after performing adjustments in section 2-8.
After the adjustment of Vertical Linearity, reconfirm
the Vertical Position and Vertical Size adjustments.
1. Receive a broadcast.
2. Turn the Focus Volume fully counterclockwise once.
3. Adjust the Focus Volume until picture is distinct.
1. Receive the monoscope pattern from the Pattern
Generator.
2. Using the remote control, set the brightness and
contrast to normal position.
3. Adjust the VR401 until the SHIFT quantity of the OVER
SCAN on upside and downside becomes minimum.
2-6: HORIZONTAL POSITION
1. Receive the monoscope pattern from the Pattern
Generator.
2. Using the remote control, set the brightness and
contrast to normal position.
3. Activate the adjustment mode display of Fig. 1-1 and
press the channel button (08) on the remote control to
select "H POSI (50)".
4. Press the VOL. UP/DOWN button on the remote control
until the SHIFT quantity of the OVER SCAN on right
and left becomes minimum.
5. Receive the monoscope pattern of NTSC. (Audio Video
Input)
6. Press the AV button on the remote control to set to the
AV mode. Then perform the above adjustments 2~4.
2-10: OSD HORIZONTAL
1. Using the remote control, set the brightness and
contrast to normal position.
2. Activate the adjustment mode display of Fig. 1-1 and
press the channel button (31) on the remote control to
select "H POS OSD".
3. Press the VOL. UP/DOWN button on the remote control
until the difference of A and B becomes minimum.
(Refer to Fig. 2-2)
2-7: VERTICAL POSITION
( PAL)
TV
NOTE: Adjust after performing adjustments in section 2-6.
1. Receive the monoscope pattern from the Pattern
Generator.
2. Using the remote control, set the brightness and
contrast to normal position.
3. Activate the adjustment mode display of Fig. 1-1 and
press the channel button (09) on the remote control to
select "V POSI (50)".
4. Check if the step No. V. POSI (50) is "05".
5. Adjust the VR402 until the horizontal line becomes fit to
the notch of the shadow mask.
6. Receive the monoscope pattern of NTSC. (Audio Video
Input)
7. Activate the adjustment mode display of Fig. 1-1 and
press the channel button (09) on the remote control to
select "V POSI (50)".
8. Check if the step No. V. POSI (60) is "15".
31 H POS OSD 35
A
B
Fig. 2-2
2-11: CUT OFF
1. Set condition is AV MODE without signal.
2. Using the remote control, set the brightness and
contrast to normal position.
3. Place the set with Aging Test for more than 15 minutes.
4. Activate the adjustment mode display of Fig. 1-1 and
press the channel button (00) on the remote control to
select "CUT OFF".
5. Adjust the Screen Volume until a dim raster is obtained.
D3-2
ELECTRICAL ADJUSTMENTS
2-12: WHITE BALANCE
2-16: COLOR CENT
NOTE: Adjust after performing CUT OFF adjustment.
1. Receive the PAL color bar pattern. (RF Input)
2. Using the remote control, set the brightness, contrast
and color to normal position.
3. Connect the oscilloscope to TP803.
4. Activate the adjustment mode display of Fig. 1-1 and
press the channel button (23) on the remote control to
select "COLOR CENT".
5. Adjust the VOLTS RANGE VARIABLE knob of the
oscilloscope until the range between white 100% and
0% is set to 4 scales on the screen of the oscilloscope.
6. Press the VOL. UP/DOWN button on the remote control
until the red color level is adjusted to 90 ± 5% of the
white level. (Refer to Fig. 2-3)
7. Receive the PAL color bar pattern. (Audio Video Input)
8. Press the AV button on the remote control to set to the
AV mode. Then perform the above adjustments 2~6.
1. Place the set with Aging Test for more than 15 minutes.
2. Receive the gray scale pattern from the Pattern
Generator.
3. Using the remote control, set the brightness and
contrast to normal position.
4. Activate the adjustment mode display of Fig. 1-1 and
press the channel button (03) on the remote control to
select "R DRIVE".
5. Press the CH. UP/DOWN button on the remote control
to select the "R DRIVE", "G DRIVE", "M R CUTOFF" or
"M G CUTOFF".
6. Adjust the VOL. UP/DOWN button on the remote control
to whiten the R DRIVE, G DRIVE, M R CUT OFF, and M
G CUT OFF at each step tone sections equally.
7. Perform the above adjustments 5 and 6 until the white
color is looked like a white.
2-13: BRIGHT CENT
1. Receive the PAL black pattern*. (RF Input)
2. Using the remote control, set the brightness and
contrast to normal position.
3. Activate the adjustment mode display of Fig. 1-1 and
press the channel button (17) on the remote control to
select "BRIGHT CENT".
4. Press the VOL. UP/DOWN button on the remote control
until the screen begin to shine.
5. Receive the PAL black pattern*. (Audio Video Input)
6 Press the AV button on the remote control to set to the
AV mode. Then perform the above adjustments 2~4.
90%
100%
Fig. 2-3
2-17: Confirmation of Fixed Value (Step No.)
*The Black Pattern means the whole black raster signal.
Select the "RASTER" of the pattern generator, set to
the OFF position for each R, G and B.
Please check if the fixed values of the each adjustment
items are set correctly referring below.
NO.
02
04
06
07
15
16
18
19
21
22
24
25
30
35
36
37
38
2-14: CONTRAST CENT
1. Activate the adjustment mode display of Fig. 1-1 and
press the channel button (20) on the remote control to
select "CONTRAST CENT".
2. Press the VOL. UP/DOWN button on the remote control
until the contrast step No. becomes "24".
3. Receive a broadcast and check if the picture is normal.
4. Press the AV button on the remote control to set to the
AV mode. Then perform the above adjustments 1~3.
2-15: SUB SHARPNESS
1. Activate the adjustment mode display of Fig. 1-1 and
press the channel button (27) on the remote control to
select "SHARPNESS".
2. Press the VOL. UP/DOWN button on the remote control
until the contrast step No. becomes "05".
3. Press the AV button on the remote control to set to the
AV mode. Then perform the above adjustments 1~2.
D3-3
FUNCTION
AGC GAIN
R CUTOFF
G CUTOFF
B DRIVE
VCO COARSE L1
VCO FINE L1
BRIGHT MAX
BRIGHT MIN
CONTRAST MAX
CONTRAST MIN
COLOR MAX
COLOR MIN
M B CUT OFF
CVBS OUT
APR THRESHOLD
BELL FILTER
BANDPASS
RF (50Hz)
00
31
31
31
00
00
55
20
40
10
60
10
50
10
15
00
00
ELECTRICAL ADJUSTMENTS
3-3: STATIC CONVERGENCE
3. PURITY AND CONVERGENCE
ADJUSTMENTS
NOTE
Adjust after performing adjustments in section 3-2.
NOTE
1. Receive the crosshatch pattern from the color bar
generator.
2. Combine red and blue of the 3 color crosshatch
pattern on the center of the screen by adjusting the pair
of 4 pole magnets.
3. Combine red/blue (magenta) and green by adjusting the
pair of 6 pole magnets.
1. Turn the unit on and let it warm up for at least 30
minutes before performing the following adjustments.
2. Place the CRT surface facing east or west to reduce the
terrestrial magnetism.
3. Turn ON the unit and demagnetize with a Degauss Coil.
3-1: STATIC CONVERGENCE (ROUGH ADJUSTMENT)
1. Tighten the screw for the magnet. Refer to the adjusted
CRT for the position. (Refer to Fig. 3-1)
If the deflection yoke and magnet are in one body,
untighten the screw for the body.
2. Receive the green raster pattern from the color bar
generator.
3. Slide the deflection yoke until it touches the funnel side
of the CRT.
4. Adjust center of screen to green, with red and blue on
the sides, using the pair of purity magnets.
5. Switch the color bar generator from the green raster
pattern to the crosshatch pattern.
6. Combine red and blue of the 3 color crosshatch
pattern on the center of the screen by adjusting the pair
of 4 pole magnets.
7. Combine red/blue (magenta) and green by adjusting the
pair of 6 pole magnets.
8. Adjust the crosshatch pattern to change to white by
repeating steps 6 and 7.
3-4: DYNAMIC CONVERGENCE
NOTE
Adjust after performing adjustments in section 3-3.
1. Adjust the differences around the screen by moving the
deflection yoke upward/downward and right/left.
(Refer to Fig. 3-2-a)
2. Insert three wedges between the deflection yoke and
CRT funnel to fix the deflection yoke.
(Refer to Fig. 3-2-b)
RGB
R
G
B
3-2: PURITY
RGB
R
G
B
UPWARD/DOWNWARD SLANT RIGHT/LEFT SLANT
Fig. 3-2-a
NOTE
Adjust after performing adjustments in section 3-1.
1. Receive the green raster pattern from color bar
generator.
2. Adjust the pair of purity magnets to center the color on
the screen.
Adjust the pair of purity magnets so the color at the
ends are equally wide.
3. Move the deflection yoke backward (to neck side)
slowly, and stop it at the position when the whole screen
is green.
4. Confirm red and blue color.
5. Adjust the slant of the deflection yoke while watching
the screen, then tighten the fixing screw.
WEDGE
WEDGE
WEDGE
DEFLECTION YOKE
DEFLECTION YOKE SCREW
MAGNET SCREW
6 POLE MAGNETS
4 POLE MAGNETS
PURITY MAGNETS
Fig. 3-1
D3-4
WEDGE POSITION
Fig. 3-2-b
ELECTRICAL ADJUSTMENTS
4. ELECTRICAL ADJUSTMENT PARTS LOCATION GUIDE (WIRING CONNECTION)
CD852
TP803
S801
1
CP852B
CP801
CP853B
J801
CD
80
CRT PCB
R810
CRT
CRT
CP603
J4201
TP4201
VR402
VR401
CP401B
CP853A
TP601
TU601
FB401
CD401
CP851B
CD853
CP402
CD851
CP
40
05
CP852A
5
00
POWER PCB
4
CD
SPEAKER
CRT L503
CP401A
TP4001
CD302
CP502
CP302
A/C HEAD
L502
T501
TP4002
D510_1
TP501
VR502
CP501
CD502
C1003
TP1001
AC IN
SW501
SYSCON PCB
POWER SW PCB
D3-5
CP851A
L501
MECHANICAL EXPLODED VIEW
202
202
202
202
212
202
122
212
PCB110
(CRT PCB)
126
212
212
PCB340
(POWER SW PCB)
205
112
211
116
124
121
119
120
118
117
A
206
101
113
I1-1
MECHANICAL EXPLODED VIEW
204
204
125
123
204
203
203
204
103
108
209
203
102
PCB020
(POWER PCB)
201
210
210
209
107
111
209
208
209
110
201
111
PCB010
(SYSCON PCB)
209 213
106
A
206
206
204
128
109
104
207
I1-2
CHASSIS EXPLODED VIEW (TOP VIEW)
300
502
CD1501
302
M2003
UN4001
333
334
504
501
335
H5002
342
H5001
336
314
324
341
347
503
315
306
323
331
508
322
508
305
301
AA
312
313
AA
332
AA
AA
AA
AA
CD1502
M101
318
304
325
309
AA 319
AA
307
AA
506
AA
345
320
AA
346
AA
507
AA
316
317
AA
321
AA
AA
AA
CLASS
MARK
AA
GREASE
NOTE: Applying positions AA for the grease are
displayed for this section.
Check if the correct grease is applied for
each position.
I2-1
AA
CHASSIS EXPLODED VIEW (BOTTOM VIEW)
300
303
CD1501
M2001
510
AA
339
CD1502
338
AA
510
AA
329
337
AA
AA
AA
509
AA
510
AA
340
AA
311
310
AA
308
AA
344
327
343
AA
326
AA
328
AA
505
330
CLASS
MARK
AA
GREASE
NOTE: Applying positions AA for the grease are
displayed for this section.
Check if the correct grease is applied for
each position.
I2-2
MECHANICAL REPLACEMENT PARTS LIST
Location No. TSB P/N
Reference No.
Description
101
102
103
104
106
107
108
109
BZ310427
BZ710466
BZ710479
BZ710494
BZ710235
BZ710495
BZ710331
BZ710496
A5A575I720K
752WSA0230
752WSA0238
752WSA0245
753WSA0120
753WSA0142
753WUAA006
761WPA0234
CABINET,FRONT ASSY
SHIELD,CASE HEAD AMP
SHIELD,CASE
PLATE,SHIELD BOTTOM
PLATE,BOTTOM-EARTH
PLATE,EARTH-SYSCON
SPRING,EARTH HEAD AMP
HOLDER,DECK
110
111
112
113
116
117
118
119
BZ710497
BZ710498
BZ710499
BZ710731
BZ710732
BZ710502
BZ710503
BZ710733
85OP700037
85OP700038
752WSA0256
701WPJB705
712WPJB421
713WPAA058
713WPAA059
735WPAA446
HOLDER,LED
HOLDER,END SENSOR
PLATE,POWER SW
CABINET,FRONT
FLAP
GUIDE,REMOCON
GLASS,LED
BUTTON,BASE
120
121
122
123
124
125
126
128
BZ710505
BZ710010
BZ710506
BZ710507
BZ710509
BZ710039
BZ710278
BZ710508
735WPBA358
743WKA0032
702WPBA068
752WSA0255
735WPJA544
8995034000
741WUA0024
755WPA0026
BUTTON,FRAME
SPRING,FLAP
CABINET,BACK
PLATE,DECK-SHIELD
BUTTON,POWER
CORD CLIP UL CO.
SPRING,EARTH
PLATE,COVER LIGHT
201
202
203
204
205
206
207
208
209
BZ710036
BZ710035
BZ710262
BZ710032
BZ710031
BZ710030
BZ710158
BZ710028
BZ710239
8117540B04
8117540A64
8117540A04
8110630A24
8110630A04
8110630804
8110630604
8110330804
8109I30A04
SCREW,TAPPING(B0) TRUSS
SCREW,TAPPING(B0) TRUSS
SCREW,TAPPING(B0) TRUSS
SCREW,TAP TITE(P) BRAZIER
SCREW,TAP TITE(P) BRAZIER
SCREW,TAP TITE(P) BRAZIER
SCREW,TAP TITE(P) BRAZIER
SCREW,TAP TITE(P) FLAT
SCREW,TAP TITE(B) WH7
4x20
4x16
4x10
3x12
3x10
3x8
3x6
3x8
3x10
210
211
212
213
BZ710019
BZ710241
BZ710275
BZ710018
8109630802
810A130504
8121J50B54
8107630804
SCREW,TAP TITE(B) BRAZIER
SCREW/WASHER(A)
SCREW,TAPPING(B0) GW20
SCREW,TAP TITE(S) BRAZIER
3x8
M3x5
5x28
3x8
---------
BZ710510
BZ710511
BZ710734
BZ614470
792WHA0339
792WHA0340
793WCDB275
J5A57501
PACKAGE,TOP
PACKAGE,BOTTOM
GIFT BOX
INSTRUCTION BOOK
J1-1
CHASSIS REPLACEMENT PARTS LIST
Location No. TSB P/N
!
!
!
!
Reference No.
Description
300
301
302
303
304
305
306
307
308
309
BZ610284
BZ710564
BZ710514
BZ710193
BZ710515
BZ710094
BZ710112
BZ710516
BZ710517
BZ710518
A5A513I420A
85OA400234
85OP900746
85OP200290
85OP600581
85OP500083
85OP800324
85OA000459
85OA200089
85OA200090
DECK ASSY
PINCH ROLLER BLOCK
BRACKET,TOP 3V
BELT,CAPSTAN (S)
WORM
BASE,AC HEAD
SPRING,AC HEAD
MAIN CHASSIS ASS'Y
CLUTCH ASS'Y
ARM IDLER ASS'Y
310
311
312
313
314
315
316
317
318
319
BZ710519
BZ710520
BZ710521
BZ710522
BZ710650
BZ710524
BZ710525
BZ710526
BZ710527
BZ710528
85OA300065
85OA300066
85OA400223
85OA400232
85OA400235
85OA400231
85OP800358
85OP900736
85OP900748
85OP900749
LOADING ARM S UNIT
LOADING ARM T UNIT
INCLINED BASE T UINT 3S
P5 ARM ASS'Y 2
TENSION ARM ASS'Y 2
INCLINED BASE S UNIT
SPRING,LOCKER
CASS,HOLDER
CASS,SIDE L
CASS,SIDE R
320
321
322
323
324
325
326
327
328
329
BZ710529
BZ710530
BZ710531
BZ710532
BZ710533
BZ710534
BZ710535
BZ710536
BZ710537
BZ710538
85OP900739
85OA900228
85OP000496
85OP200316
85OP200317
85OP200308
85OP200311
85OP200312
85OP200313
85OP300194
LOCKER,R
LINK UNIT
POST,CASS GUIDE
REEL,S (S)
REEL,T (S)
GEAR,IDLER
GEAR,CLUTCH
GEAR,COUPLING
LEVER,CLUTCH
GEAR,MAIN LOADING
330
331
332
333
334
335
336
337
338
339
BZ710092
BZ710093
BZ710366
BZ710539
BZ710540
BZ710541
BZ710542
BZ710543
BZ710544
BZ710545
85OP400490
85OP400492
85OP400520
85OP400539
85OP400533
85OP600573
85OP600583
85OP600577
85OP600578
85OP600579
LEVER,TENSION
HOLDER,TENSION
CAP.P4
BAND,TENSION
CONNECT,TENSION
ARM,BRAKE T
BAND,BRAKE T
CAM,PINCH ROLLER
CAM,MAIN
ROD,MAIN
340
341
342
343
344
345
346
347
BZ710546
BZ710110
BZ710547
BZ710548
BZ710549
BZ710565
BZ710551
BZ710552
85OP600582
85OP800322
85OP800360
85OP800355
85OP800356
85OP900750
85OP900744
85OP900745
GEAR,JOINT
SPRING,TENSION
SPRING,BRAKE T
SPRING,COUPLING
SPRING,RING
LEVER,LINK 2
LEVER,FLAP
CASS,OPENER
501
502
503
504
505
506
507
508
509
BZ710049
BZ710051
BZ710371
BZ710046
BZ710050
BZ710553
BZ710219
BZ710056
BZ710054
8107226804
810A123504
8107226404
8102120604
8109126604
810A130404
810A126504
82Q264713N
82P184505N
SCREW,TAP TITE(S) BIND
SEMS A
SCREW,TAP TITE(S) BIND
SCREW,PAN
SCREW,TAP TITE(B) PAN
SCREW/WASHER(A)
SCREW/WASHER(A)
POLYSLIDER WASHER
POLYSLIDER WASHER(CUT)
2.6x8
M2.3x5.0
2.6x4
M2x6
2.6x6
M3x4
M2.6x5
2.6x4.7xT0.13
1.8x4.5xT0.5
510
BZ710058
83ETW30000
E-RING
3.0
CD1501
CD1502
H5001
H5002
M101
M2001
M2003
UN4001
BZ614338
BZ614339
BZ710040
BZ710041
BZ710554
BZ710555
BZ710373
BZ610300
122H071603
122Y021902
1523D91034
1543D02013
1596S98001
1510S98036
1589S11014
A5A601N500
CORD JUMPER
CORD JUMPER
HEAD (AUDIO CONTROL)
HEAD (FULL ERASE)
MOTOR (LOADING)
CAPSTAN DD UNIT
MICRO MOTOR
CYLINDER UNIT ASS'Y
SMCD-7X151
2Y021902
HVMXA1072A
HVFHP0032A
MDB2B66
F2QVB08
I2OAL03
A5A601N500
J2-1
A5A513I420A
ELECTRICAL REPLACEMENT PARTS LIST
Location No. TSB P/N
!
!
!
!
!
!
!
!
!
!
!
!
!
!
Reference No.
RESISTORS
R356
R402
R430
R447
R448
R450
R501
R505
R538
R542
R543
R802
R805
R810
BZ210111
BZ210210
BZ210211
BZ210021
BZ210153
BZ210042
BZ210212
BZ210190
BZ210213
BZ210063
BZ210086
BZ210099
BZ210099
BZ210099
R3X28B3R3J
R3X28A1R2J
R3X28B221J
R65582680J
R3X181102J
R6558A5R6J
R5X2CD2R2J
R63581R22J
R034K2155J
R3X181R22J
R635U4681J
R3X181153J
R3X181153J
R3X181153J
C357
C363
C405
C421
C423
C424
C450
C501
C502
BZ110053
BZ110253
BZ110101
BZ110055
BZ110174
BZ110137
BZ110175
BZ110176
BZ110141
BZ110184
BZ110141
BZ110184
BZ110138
BZ110145
BZ110177
BZ110178
BZ110130
BZ110101
BZ110032
BZ110051
BZ110051
BZ110129
BZ110178
BZ110141
BZ110184
BZ110170
BZ110254
BZ110254
E02LF3102M
E52H02220M
E5EZF3222M
E5EZF4102M
P4J7F3334J
P4N8FJ822H
C03L0R7H2K
C03L0R7Q2K
C0HHB07H3K
C0PWB07H3K
C0HHB07H3K
C0PWB07H3K
P2472B224M
P2472B104M
E52D0H151M
C03L0R7B3K
E62NFC221M
E5EZF3222M
E5EZF3102M
CB3930MH3M
CB3930M13M
E5EZF2222M
C03L0R7B3K
C0HHB07H3K
C0PWB07H3K
E51A0P104Z
CQG0B0415K
CQGTB0415K
BZ410043
BZ410043
BZ410043
BZ410043
BZ410043
BZ410092
BZ410092
BZ410062
BZ410062
BZ410062
BZ410062
BZ410076
BZ410092
BZ410080
BZ410076
BZ410080
BZ410092
BZ410076
BZ410006
BZ410094
BZ410006
BZ410076
BZ410077
BZ410006
BZ410077
BZ410022
BZ410006
BZ410021
BZ410006
BZ410006
BZ410006
BZ410037
BZ410043
D2WT011E10
D2WT011E10
D2WT011E10
D2WT011E10
D2WT011E10
D2WXN49370
D2WXN49370
D2WTRM11C0
D2WTRM11C0
D2WTRM11C0
D2WTRM11C0
D2WXB290S0
D2WXN49370
D2WXRU2AM0
D2WXB290S0
D2WXRU2AM0
D2WXN49370
D2WXB290S0
D1VT001330
D97U01501B
D1VT001330
D2WXB290S0
D2WXSB1400
D1VT001330
D2WXSB1400
D97U06R81B
D1VT001330
D97U05R61B
D1VT001330
D1VT001330
D1VT001330
D97U03301B
D2WT011E10
Description
R,METAL
R,METAL OXIDE
R,METAL
R,FUSE
R,METAL OXIDE
R,FUSE
R,CEMENT
R,FUSE
RC
R,METAL OXIDE
R,FUSE
R,METAL OXIDE
R,METAL OXIDE
R,METAL OXIDE
3.3 OHM 3W
1.2 OHM 2W
220 OHM 3W
68 OHM 1/2W
1K OHM 1W
5.6 OHM 2W
2.2 OHM 5W
0.22 OHM 1W
1.5M OHM 1/2W
0.22 OHM 1W
680 OHM 1/4W
15K OHM 1W
15K OHM 1W
15K OHM 1W
CE
CE
CE
CE
CMPP
CMPP
CC
CC
CC
CC
CC
CC
CMP
CMP
CE
CC
CE
CE
CE
CC
CC
CE
CC
CC
CC
CE
CC
CC
1000 UF 25V
22 UF 16V
2200 UF 25V
1000 UF 35V
0.33 UF 250V PMS
0.0082UF 1.25KV
220 PF 2KV R
470 PF 2KV R
0.0022UF 2KV B
0.0022UF 2KV B
0.0022UF 2KV B
0.0022UF 2KV B
0.22UF 275V PHE840
0.1 UF 275V PHE840
150 UF 400V
0.0012UF 2KV R
220 UF 200V
2200 UF 25V
1000 UF 25V
0.0022UF 250V
0.001 UF 250V
2200 UF 16V
0.0012UF 2KV R
0.0022UF 2KV B
0.0022UF 2KV B
0.1 F 5.5V
0.1 UF 50V B
0.1 UF 50V B
DIODE,SILICON
DIODE,SILICON
DIODE,SILICON
DIODE,SILICON
DIODE,SILICON
DIODE,SILICON
DIODE,SILICON
DIODE,SILICON
DIODE,SILICON
DIODE,SILICON
DIODE,SILICON
DIODE,SILICON
DIODE,SILICON
DIODE,SILICON
DIODE,SILICON
DIODE,SILICON
DIODE,SILICON
DIODE,SILICON
DIODE,SILICON
DIODE,ZENER
DIODE,SILICON
DIODE,SILICON
DIODE,SCHOTTKY
DIODE,SILICON
DIODE,SCHOTTKY
DIODE,ZENER
DIODE,SILICON
DIODE,ZENER
DIODE,SILICON
DIODE,SILICON
DIODE,SILICON
DIODE,ZENER
DIODE,SILICON
11E1-EIC
11E1-EIC
11E1-EIC
11E1-EIC
11E1-EIC
1N4937
1N4937
RM11C-EIC
RM11C-EIC
RM11C-EIC
RM11C-EIC
SB290S
1N4937
RU2AM-EIC
SB290S
RU2AM-EIC
1N4937
SB290S
1SS133T-77
MTZJ15B T-77
1SS133T-77
SB290S
SB140-EIC
1SS133T-77
SB140-EIC
MTZJ6.8B T-77
1SS133T-77
MTZJ5.6B T-77
1SS133T-77
1SS133T-77
1SS133T-77
MTZJ33B T-77
11E1-EIC
CAPACITORS
C503
! C505
! C506
C507
C517
C521
C523
C524
! C529
! C530
C531
C535
C801
C1003
C1061
DIODES
!
!
!
!
D403
D404
D405
D406
D407
D411
D413
D501
D502
D503
D504
D505
D506
D508
D509
D510
D511
D512
D513
D515
D518
D519
D520
D521
D522
D523
D526
D528
D533
D534
D535
D601
D602
J3-1
or
or
or
or
ELECTRICAL REPLACEMENT PARTS LIST
Location No. TSB P/N
D603
D606
D607
D608
D609
D610
D611
D1001
D1002
D1003
D1004
D1006
D1009
Reference No.
DIODES
D1021
D1261
D2202
D2203
D2204
D4001
D4210
BZ410043
BZ410058
BZ410058
BZ410058
BZ410006
BZ410006
BZ410006
BZ410048
BZ410043
BZ410095
BZ410006
BZ410077
BZ410124
BZ410022
BZ410077
BZ410124
BZ410022
BZ410006
BZ410006
BZ410054
BZ410054
BZ410054
BZ410008
BZ410006
D2WT011E10
D97U08R21B
D97U08R21B
D97U08R21B
D1VT001330
D1VT001330
D1VT001330
D1VTB721Q0
D2WT011E10
0010100320
D1VT001330
D2WXSB1400
D97006R81B
D97U06R81B
D2WXSB1400
D97006R81B
D97U06R81B
D1VT001330
D1VT001330
0021721150
0021721150
0021721150
D23U1003A3
D1VT001330
IC352
IC401
IC502
! IC506
IC601
IC1001
IC1003
IC1004
IC1005
IC1006
IC1007
IC1099
IC4001
IC4002
BZ611013
BZ611081
BZ611086
BZ410088
BZ611087
BZ611015
BZ611057
BZ611054
BZ611054
BZ611088
BZ611089
BZ310422
BZ610056
BZ611092
I0FSP75230
I0WTD81740
I2BTG66530
0002E00610
I0WDE246C0
I1KA97805A
IC7J0311A0
I1KA98R050
I1KA98R050
I54F50107B
I1KA98R09A
A5A575I015
I04F38217F
I3EF656500
Q351
Q401
Q403
Q405
Q406
Q501
Q507
Q601
Q602
Q607
Q608
Q611
Q804
Q805
Q806
Q1001
Q1002
Q1003
Q1004
Q1005
Q1006
Q1007
Q1009
Q1010
Q1015
Q1016
Q1017
Q2201
Q4001
Q4002
Q4003
Q4004
Q4005
Q4006
Q4007
Q4015
Q4018
BZ510002
BZ510004
BZ510002
BZ510089
BZ510036
BZ510023
BZ510069
BZ510090
BZ510002
BZ510037
BZ510002
BZ510002
BZ510091
BZ510091
BZ510091
BZ410107
BZ510067
BZ410106
BZ510067
BZ410107
BZ410097
BZ510001
BZ410106
BZ510072
BZ510002
BZ510002
BZ410097
BZ510002
BZ510070
BZ510070
BZ510072
BZ510069
BZ510069
BZ510001
BZ510002
BZ510088
BZ510002
T8YJ2412K0
TA3T016240
T8YJ2412K0
TC5T01627Y
TD30026270
TNYTB03001
TCATC31980
TPAAB05001
T8YJ2412K0
TC3T030000
T8YJ2412K0
T8YJ2412K0
TCA0042170
TCA0042170
TCA0042170
0002700690
TNAAC05002
0002700680
TNAAC05002
0002700690
0000M00390
T6YJ1037K0
0002700680
TPAAC05002
T8YJ2412K0
T8YJ2412K0
0000M00390
T8YJ2412K0
TCAT032034
TCAT032034
TPAAC05002
TCATC31980
TCATC31980
T6YJ1037K0
T8YJ2412K0
TNAAD05001
T8YJ2412K0
D1010
D1011
Description
DIODE,SILICON
DIODE,ZENER
DIODE,ZENER
DIODE,ZENER
DIODE,SILICON
DIODE,SILICON
DIODE,SILICON
DIODE,SCHOTTKY
DIODE,SILICON
INFRARED LED
DIODE,SILICON
DIODE,SCHOTTKY
DIODE,ZENER
DIODE,ZENER
DIODE,SCHOTTKY
DIODE,ZENER
DIODE,ZENER
DIODE,SILICON
DIODE,SILICON
LED
LED
LED
DIODE,SCHOTTKY
DIODE,SILICON
11E1-EIC
MTZJ8.2B T-77
MTZJ8.2B T-77
MTZJ8.2B T-77
1SS133T-77
1SS133T-77
1SS133T-77
RB721Q-40 T-77
11E1-EIC
LNA2702L010R
1SS133T-77
SB140-EIC
MTZJ6.8B
MTZJ6.8B T-77
SB140-EIC
MTZJ6.8B
MTZJ6.8B T-77
1SS133T-77
1SS133T-77
SLR-342VCT32
SLR-342VCT32
SLR-342VCT32
SB10-03A3
1SS133T-77
IC
IC
IC
PHOTO COUPLER
IC
IC
IC
IC
IC
IC
IC
IC
IC
IC
AN7523
TDA8174A
STR-G6653
LTV-817M-VB
STV2246C
KIA7805API
R3111N311A/C-TR
KIA78R05PI
KIA78R05PI
OEC0107B
KIA78R09API
S-24C08ADPA-01
HA118217F
SDA5650/X
TRANSISTOR,SILICON
TRANSISTOR,SILICON
TRANSISTOR,SILICON
TRANSISTOR,SILICON
TRANSISTOR,SILICON
COMPOUND TRANSISTOR
TRANSISTOR,SILICON
COMPOUND TRANSISTOR
TRANSISTOR,SILICON
TRANSISTOR,SILICON
TRANSISTOR,SILICON
TRANSISTOR,SILICON
TRANSISTOR,SILICON
TRANSISTOR,SILICON
TRANSISTOR,SILICON
PHOTO COUPLER
COMPOUND TRANSISTOR
PHOTO COUPLER
COMPOUND TRANSISTOR
PHOTO COUPLER
PHOTO TRANSISTOR
TRANSISTOR,SILICON
PHOTO COUPLER
COMPOUND TRANSISTOR
TRANSISTOR,SILICON
TRANSISTOR,SILICON
PHOTO TRANSISTOR
TRANSISTOR,SILICON
TRANSISTOR,SILICON
TRANSISTOR,SILICON
COMPOUND TRANSISTOR
TRANSISTOR,SILICON
TRANSISTOR,SILICON
TRANSISTOR,SILICON
TRANSISTOR,SILICON
COMPOUND TRANSISTOR
TRANSISTOR,SILICON
2SC2412KT146 R,S
2SA1624-AA
2SC2412KT146 R,S
2SC1627_Y(TPE2)
2SD2627LS-CBC11
DTC114ESTP
KTC3198-AT(Y,GR)
KRA102SRTK
2SC2412KT146 R,S
2SC3000-AA
2SC2412KT146 R,S
2SC2412KT146 R,S
KTC4217(O,Y)
KTC4217(O,Y)
KTC4217(O,Y)
RPI-303
KRC103SRTK
RPI-352C40N
KRC103SRTK
RPI-303
ST-304L
2SA1037AKT146R,S
RPI-352C40N
KRA103SRTK
2SC2412KT146 R,S
2SC2412KT146 R,S
ST-304L
2SC2412KT146 R,S
KTC3203_Y-AT
KTC3203_Y-AT
KRA103SRTK
KTC3198-AT(Y,GR)
KTC3198-AT(Y,GR)
2SA1037AKT146R,S
2SC2412KT146 R,S
KRC104SRTK
2SC2412KT146 R,S
ICS
TRANSISTORS
J3-2
or
or
ELECTRICAL REPLACEMENT PARTS LIST
Location No. TSB P/N
Reference No.
TRANSISTORS
Q4202
Q4205
Q4207
Q4210
BZ510001
BZ510002
BZ510002
BZ510002
T6YJ1037K0
T8YJ2412K0
T8YJ2412K0
T8YJ2412K0
L401
L402
L501
L502
L503
L602
L604
L606
L607
L608
L610
L611
L612
L613
L614
L801
L1001
L4001
L4002
L4003
L4004
L4005
L4007
L4008
L4009
L4011
L4012
L4013
L4015
L4016
L4024
L4025
L4026
L4202
L4203
L4204
T401
T501
BZ310004
BZ310013
BZ310154
BZ310099
BZ310155
BZ310156
BZ310002
BZ310009
BZ310049
BZ310067
BZ310002
BZ310002
BZ310148
BZ310041
BZ310077
BZ310113
BZ310038
BZ310024
BZ310041
BZ310156
BZ310041
BZ310054
BZ310041
BZ310056
BZ310156
BZ310038
BZ310057
BZ310001
BZ310156
BZ310010
BZ310052
BZ310052
BZ310052
BZ310002
BZ310052
BZ310052
BZ310157
BZ310158
021679472K
0221000013
029T0000A1
029T000092
028R140018
021375101K
021673101K
021LA62R2K
021LA6R22M
021LA6180K
021673101K
021673101K
033700005R
02167F101J
021LA61R0M
021673221K
021LA6120K
0326230038
02167F101J
021375101K
02167F101J
0316260088
02167F101J
021673102K
021375101K
021LA6120K
021LA6221K
021673101J
021375101K
021LA6390K
021LA6100K
021LA6100K
021LA6100K
021673101K
021LA6100K
021LA6100K
045009003J
0481290794
! J801
J2201
J2202
J2203
J4201
BZ614004
BZ614144
BZ614321
BZ614322
BZ614323
066X120014
0602131011
060Q401076
060Q401077
063G100042
! SW501
SW1001
SW2201
SW2202
SW2203
SW2204
SW2205
SW2206
SW2207
SW2208
SW2209
SW2210
BZ612013
BZ612014
BZ612010
BZ612010
BZ612010
BZ612010
BZ612010
BZ612010
BZ612010
BZ612010
BZ612010
BZ612010
0530205017
0508A11002
0504101T34
0504101T34
0504101T34
0504101T34
0504101T34
0504101T34
0504101T34
0504101T34
0504101T34
0504101T34
VR401
VR402
VR502
BZ210214
BZ210214
BZ210024
V1262Q2BT2
V1262H3BT2
V1163L2BTC
PCB010
PCB020
PCB110
PCB340
BZ310423
BZ310424
BZ310425
BZ310426
A5A575I010K
A5A575I020K
A5A575I110K
A5A575I340K
ANT001
B401
B501
B502
B505
BZ614468
BZ310129
BZ310121
BZ310122
BZ310122
125C500025
024HT03564
024HT03553
024HT03563
024HT03563
Description
TRANSISTOR,SILICON
TRANSISTOR,SILICON
TRANSISTOR,SILICON
TRANSISTOR,SILICON
2SA1037AKT146R,S
2SC2412KT146 R,S
2SC2412KT146 R,S
2SC2412KT146 R,S
COILS &TRANSFORMERS
!
!
!
!
COIL
COIL,LINEARITY
COIL,LINE FILTER
COIL,LINE FILTER
COIL,DEGAUSS
COIL
COIL
COIL
COIL
COIL
COIL
COIL
COIL,VIDEO IFT
COIL
COIL
COIL
COIL
COIL,TRAP
COIL
COIL
COIL
COIL,BIAS OSC
COIL
COIL
COIL
COIL
COIL
COIL
COIL
COIL
COIL
COIL
COIL
COIL
COIL
COIL
TRANS,HORIZONTAL DRIVE
TRANSFORMER,SWITCHING
4.7 MH
ELH5L4112N
0R7A223F24
1R0A103F24
8R140018
100 UH
100 UH
2.2 UH
0.22 UH
18 UH
100 UH
100 UH
3700005
100 UH
1 UH
220 UH
12 UH
2623003
100 UH
100 UH
100 UH
1626008
100 UH
1 MH
100 UH
12 UH
220 UH
100 UH
100 UH
39 UH
10 UH
10 UH
10 UH
100 UH
10 UH
10 UH
ETH09K14BZ
81290794
SOCKET,CATHODE RAY TUBE
HEADPHONE JACK
RCA JACK
RCA JACK
SOCKET,21PIN
HPS3200-010501
HSJ2000-01-010
AV1-09D-4
AV1-09D-3
0350_9982_05
SWITCH
SWITCH(LEAF)
SWITCH,TACT
SWITCH,TACT
SWITCH,TACT
SWITCH,TACT
SWITCH,TACT
SWITCH,TACT
SWITCH,TACT
SWITCH,TACT
SWITCH,TACT
SWITCH,TACT
SDKVA30200
MXS01380MPP0
EVQ21505R
EVQ21505R
EVQ21505R
EVQ21505R
EVQ21505R
EVQ21505R
EVQ21505R
EVQ21505R
EVQ21505R
EVQ21505R
JACKS
SWITCHES
VARIABLE RESISTORS
VOLUME,SEMI FIXED
VOLUME,SEMI FIXED
VOLUME,SEMI FIXED
RH0684CS2R
RH0684CJ3R
EVNCYAA03BY2
P.C.BOARD ASSEMBLIES
PCB ASS'Y
PCB ASS'Y
PCB ASS'Y
PCB ASS'Y
VMA240A
VPA153A
TCA380A
TEAA85A
MISCELLANEOUS
ANTENNA,LOOP
CORE,BEADS
CORE,BEADS
CORE,BEADS
CORE,BEADS
J3-3
180PRA-PP-01
W4BRH3.5X6X1
W5RH3.5X5X1.0
W4BRH3.5X6X1.0X2
W4BRH3.5X6X1.0X2
ELECTRICAL REPLACEMENT PARTS LIST
Location No. TSB P/N
B2201
B2202
B2203
B2204
!
!
!
!
!
!
B4001
B4201
B4202
CD001
CD001
CD302
CD401
CD501
CD502
CD801
CD802
CD851
CD852
CD853
CF601
CF603
CF604
CF605
CP302
CP402
CP501
CP502
CP603
CP801
CD4005
CP1001
CP4001
CP4004
CP4005
CP401A
CP401B
CP851A
CP851B
CP852A
CP852B
CP853A
CP853B
CUS011
CUS012
CUS013
EL001
EL002
EL003
EL004
EL005
F501
FB401
FH501
FH502
OS2201
SP351
TH501
TM101
TU601
V801
X601
X1001
X1002
X4001
BZ310121
BZ310121
BZ310121
BZ310200
BZ310121
BZ310121
BZ310129
BZ310129
BZ614356
BZ614095
BZ614324
BZ614325
BZ614326
BZ614327
BZ614175
BZ614356
BZ614328
BZ614329
BZ614340
BZ613027
BZ614185
BZ613010
BZ613028
BZ614268
BZ614303
BZ614176
BZ614283
BZ614330
BZ614269
BZ614108
BZ614289
BZ614054
BZ614009
BZ614050
BZ614331
BZ614276
BZ614214
BZ614332
BZ614333
BZ614333
BZ614334
BZ614334
BZ710279
BZ710148
BZ710149
BZ614044
BZ614043
BZ614044
BZ614043
BZ614044
BZ614305
BZ310159
BZ614005
BZ614005
BZ614199
BZ614200
BZ410098
BZ614469
BZ610282
BZ614342
BZ613024
BZ613007
BZ613006
BZ613013
Reference No.
MISCELLANEOUS
024HT03553
024HT03553
024HT03553
024H003553
024HT03553
024HT03553
024HT03564
024HT03564
06CH01011A
06CDL02003
06CU12414A
06CU251201
1206439801
06CUU23001
06CU82039A
06CH01011A
06CU2B1201
WDL6036038
WBL6028038
1029239R5C
1012T03102
1012T04101
1012T6R003
069W120029
069S450089
069S320419
069S420110
069X160379
069S320010
122S061401
06972C0010
0697240600
0697120320
069J760029
069S250629
067U005049
069S2B0629
067U011029
067U006049
067U006049
067U004029
067U004029
800WFAA006
800WFAA007
800WFAA008
124120301A
124116281A
124120301A
124116281A
124120301A
080NT04003
043214033F
06710T0006
06710T0006
077Q004017
070C533019
D8E080B100
076N0DM050
0144S07027
098Y1404B9
100CT4R408
100CT01002
100DA32R01
100CT4R407
Description
CORE,BEADS
CORE,BEADS
CORE,BEADS
CORE,BEADS
CORE,BEADS
CORE,BEADS
CORE,BEADS
CORE,BEADS
CORD,CONNECTOR
CABLE,PAL
CORD,CONNECTOR
CORD,CONNECTOR
CORD,AC BUSH
CORD,CONNECTOR
CORD,CONNECTOR
CORD,CONNECTOR
CORD,CONNECTOR
FLAT CABLE AWM2468 A
FLAT CABEL AWM2468 A
FILTER,SAW
FILTER,CERAMIC TRAP
FILTER,CERAMIC TRAP
FILTER,CERAMIC TRAP
CONNECTOR PCB SIDE
CONNECTOR PCB SIDE
CONNECTOR PCB SIDE
CONNECTOR PCB SIDE
CONNECTOR PCB SIDE
CONNECTOR PCB SIDE
CORD,JUMPER
CONNECTOR PCB SIDE
CONNECTOR PCB SIDE
CONNECTOR PCB SIDE
CONNECTOR PCB SIDE
CONNECTOR PCB SIDE
WIRE HOLDER
CONNECTOR PCB SIDE
WIRE HOLDER
WIRE HOLDER
WIRE HOLDER
WIRE HOLDER
WIRE HOLDER
CUSHION A
CUSHION B
CUSHION C
EYE LET
EYE LET
EYE LET
EYE LET
EYE LET
FUSE
TRANSFORMER,FLYBACK
HOLDER,FUSE
HOLDER,FUSE
REMOTE RECEIVER
SPEAKER
DEGAUSS ELEMENT
TRANSMITTER
TUNER,UHF
CRT W/DY
CRYSTAL
CRYSTAL
CRYSTAL
CRYSTAL
J3-4
W5RH3.5X5X1.0
W5RH3.5X5X1.0
W5RH3.5X5X1.0
W5RH3.5*5*1.0
or
W5RH3.5X5X1.0
W5RH3.5X5X1.0
W4BRH3.5X6X1
W4BRH3.5X6X1
CH01011A
CDL02003
CU12414A
CU251201
6439801
CUU23001
SM1098-009-1A
CH01011A
CU2B1201
WG26 6C BLACK 360MM
WG26 4C BLACK 280MM
TSF5372P
MKT31.5MA110P
MKT41.5MA110P
TPS6.0MB-TF21
TID-X02P-M1
A1561WV2-A5P
A3963WV2-3PD
A1561WV2-2P
06JQ-ST
A2361WV2-2P
1.25X6X138XC
TMC-J12P-B2
TOC-C04X-B1
TMC-T02X-E1
IMSA-9604S-06Z14
A2001WV2-5P
B2013H02-5P
A2001WV2-11P
B2013H02-11P
B2013H02-6P
B2013H02-6P
B2013H02-4P
B2013H02-4P
XRY20X30BD
XRY16X28BD
XRY20X30BD
XRY16X28BD
XRY20X30BD
50T040HCC
FQI-14B001
EYF-52BC
EYF-52BC
PIC-37243SR
SG04D11BNA
B59104-T80-B10
VT-1400
ENV87D23G3
A34JXV70X53N45
HC-49/U
HC-49/U-S
DT-26
HC-49/U
ELECTRICAL REPLACEMENT PARTS LIST
RESISTOR
RC...................
CARBON RESISTOR
CAPACITORS
CC...................
CERAMIC CAPACITOR
CE...................
ALUMI ELECTROLYTIC CAPACITOR
CP...................
POLYESTER CAPACITOR
CPP..................
POLYPROPYLENE CAPACITOR
CPL..................
PLASTIC CAPACITOR
CMP....................... METAL POLYESTER CAPACITOR
CMPL................
METAL PLASTIC CAPACITOR
CMPP................ METAL POLYPROPYLENE CAPACITOR
J3-5
TOSHIBA VIDEO PRODUCTS PTE. LTD.
438B ALEXANDRA ROAD, BLOCK B #06-01 ALEXANDRA TECHNOPARK SINGAPORE 119968
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