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W-412
12/15/00
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FILE NO. 120-200024
SERVICE MANUAL
VIDEO CASSETTE RECORDER
W-412
DEC, 2000
TOTAL CONTENTS
1. Precautions
2. Reference Information
3. Product Specifications
4. Disassembly and Reassembly
5. Alignment and Adjustment
6. Exploded View
7. Replacement Parts List
8. Block Diagram
9. PCB Diagram
10. Schematic Diagrams
1. Precautions
1. Be sure that all of the built-in protective devices are
replaced. Restore any missing protective shields.
2. When reinstalling the chassis and its assemblies, be
sure to restore all pretective devices, including :
control knobs and compartment covers.
3. Make sure that there are no cabinet openings
through which people--particularly children
--might insert fingers and contact dangerous
voltages. Such openings include the spacing
between the picture tube and the cabinet mask,
excessively wide cabinet ventilation slots, and
improperly fitted back covers.
If the measured resistance is less than 1.0 megohm
or greater than 5.2 megohms, an abnormality exists
that must be corrected before the unit is returned
to the customer.
4. Leakage Current Hot Check (See Fig. 1-1) :
Warning : Do not use an isolation transformer
during this test. Use a leakage current tester or a
metering system that complies with American
National Standards Institute (ANSI C101.1,
Leakage Current for Appliances), and Underwriters
Laboratories (UL Publication UL1410, 59.7).
5. With the unit completely reassembled, plug the AC
line cord directly the power outlet. With the unit’s
AC switch first in the ON position and then OFF,
measure the current between a known erath
ground (metal water pipe, conduit, etc.) and all
exposed metal parts, including : antennas, handle
brackets, metal cabinets, screwheads and control
shafts. The current measured should not exceed
0.5 milliamp. Reverse the power-plug prongs in the
AC outlet and repeat the test.
6. X-ray Limits :
The picture tube is designed to prohibit X-ray
emissions. To ensure continued X-ray protection,
replace the picture tube only with one that is the
same type as the original.
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(READING SHOULD
NOT BE ABOVE
0.5mA)
LEAKAGE
CURRENT
TESTER
DEVICE
UNDER
TEST
TEST ALL
EXPOSED METER
SURFACES
2-WIRE CORD
ALSO TEST WITH
PLUG REVERSED
(USING AC ADAPTER
PLUG AS REQUIRED)
EARTH
GROUND
Fig. 1-1 AC Leakage Test
7. Antenna Cold Check :
With the unit’s AC plug disconnected from the
AC source, connect an electrical jumper across the
two AC prongs. Connect one lead of the ohmmeter
to an AC prong.
Connect the other lead to the coaxial connector.
8. High Voltage Limit :
High voltage must be measured each time
servicing is done on the B+, horizontal deflection
or high voltage circuits.
Heed the high voltage limits. These include the
X-ray protection Specifications Label, and the
Product Safety and X-ray Warning Note on the
service data schematic.
9. Some semiconductor (“solid state”) devices are
easily damaged by static electricity.
Such components are called Electrostatically
Sensitive Devices (ESDs); examples include
integrated circuits and some field-effect transistors.
The following techniques will reduce the
occurrence of component damage caused by static
electricity.
10. Immediately before handling any semiconductor
components or assemblies, drain the electrostatic
charge from your body by touching a known
earth ground. Alternatively, wear a discharging
Wrist-strap device. (Be sure to remove it prior to
applying power--this is an electric shock
precaution.)
1-1
Precautions
11. High voltage is maintained within specified limits
by close-tolerance, safety-related components and
adjustments. If the high voltage exceeds the
specified limits, check each of the special
components.
12. Design Alteration Warning :
Never alter or add to the mechanical or electrical
design of this unit. Example : Do not add
auxiliary audio or video connectors.
Such alterations might create a safety hazard.
Also, any design changes or additions will void
the manufacturer’s warranty.
13. Hot Chassis Warning :
Some TV receiver chassis are electrically
connected directly to one conductor of the AC
power cord. If an isolation transformer is not
used, these units may be safely serviced only if
the AC power plug is inserted so that the chassis
is connected to the ground side of the AC source.
To confirm that the AC power plug is inserted
correctly, do the following : Using an AC
voltmeter, measure the voltage between the
chassis and a known earth ground. If the reading
is greater than 1.0V, remove the AC power plug,
reverse its polarity and reinsert. Re-measure the
voltage between the chassis and ground.
14. Some TV chassis are designed to operate with 85
volts AC between chassis and ground, regardless
of the AC plug polarity. These units can be safely
serviced only if an isolation transformer inserted
between the receiver and the power source.
18. Picture Tube Implosion Warning :
The picture tube in this receiver employs
“integral implosion” protection. To ensure
continued implosion protection, make sure that
the replacement picture tube is the same as the
original.
19. Do not remove, install or handle the picture tube
without first putting on shatterproof goggles
equipped with side shields. Never handle the
picture tube by its neck. Some “in-line” picture
tubes are equipped with a permanently attached
deflection yoke; do not try to remove such
“permanently attached” yokes from the picture
tube.
20. Product Safety Notice :
Some electrical and mechanical parts have special
safety-related characteristics which might not be
obvious from visual inspection. These safety
features and the protection they give might be
lost if the replacement component differs from the
original--even if the replacement is rated for
higher voltage, wattage, etc.
Components that are critical for safety are
indicated in the circuit diagram by shading,
(
or
).
Use replacement components that have the same
ratings, especially for flame resistance and
dielectric strength specifications. A replacement
part that does not have the same safety
characteristics as the original might create shock,
fire or other hazards.
15. Never defeat any of the B+ voltage interlocks.
Do not apply AC power to the unit (or any of its
assemblies) unless all solid-state heat sinks are
correctly installed.
16. Always connect a test instrument’s ground lead to
the instrument chassis ground before connecting
the positive lead; always remove the instrument’s
ground lead last.
17. Observe the original lead dress, especially near
the following areas : Antenna wiring, sharp
edges, and especially the AC and high voltage
power supplies. Always inspect for pinched, outof-place, or frayed wiring. Do not change the
spacing between components and the printed
circuit board. Check the AC power cord for
damage. Make sure that leads and components
do not touch thermally hot parts.
1-2
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TV 28
TV VOL 28
REC 24
REMAIN/COUNTER 22
I.SELECT 24
DISPLAY 22
SLOW 21
REW * 19
EJECT 18
0
ENTER
REMAIN/
REC
TV VOL
I.SELECT
PROG.
COUNT
RESET
STOP
DISPLAY COUNTER
SLOW
REW
PLAY
100
5
8
4
7
6
9
2
1
3
TV
EJECT
18
CANCEL
TIMER
SP/ SLP
PAUSE/STILL
FF
VC-413
POWER
26
27
14
19
STOP
* These buttons are used to control the
cursor on the screen.
PROG.
STOP *
TIMER
CANCEL
20 PAUSE/STILL
22 COUNT RESET
24 SP/SLP
24 TV/VCR
19 FF *
14 ENTER
19 PLAY *
17 100
19 CH/TRK
FF
19
18
EJECT
19 19
PLAY
REW
14 POWER
REC
24
19
Cassette compartment
VCR Display
VCR
24
CHANNEL
Remote
Sensor
To operate this VCR. VCR 14
Number buttons 17
To operate your TV
Remote Control
14
POWER
Front Panel
See the page in
for details.
This manual shows the names of buttons in italics.
Identification of Controls
INTRODUCTION
To wall outlet
Rear Panel
IN
(TO TV)
OUT RF
(FROM ANT.)
RF OUT (TO TV) terminal
CH selector (3/4)
4
CH
3
LINE IN VIDEO jack
VIDEO
AUDIO
OUT
IN
LINE IN AUDIO jack
RF IN (FROM ANT.) terminal
TIMER
Timer recording indicator
LINE OUT AUDIO jack
Multifunctional
indicator
LINE OUT VIDEO jack
VCR indicator
VCR
Cassette indicator
VCR Display
INTRODUCTION
9
2. Reference Information
2-1 Operation of Controls
2-1
10
Install 2 batteries (“AA” size) following
the polarity diagrams.
Close the battery compartment lid.
Point the remote control at the VCR and press the buttons within the operating range.
2
3
4
Caring for the remote control
• Do not expose the remote sensor of the VCR
to a strong light source such as direct sunlight
or illumination (especially high-frequency
lighting) when using the remote control.
• Be careful not to spill water on the remote
control or to place it on anything wet, and avoid
sharp impacts.
Notes on batteries
• The life of the batteries is about 1 year
depending on the conditions of use.
• If the remote control does not operate correctly,
replace all batteries with new ones.
• If the remote control is not to be used for a
long period of time, remove the batteries to
avoid possible damage from battery corrosion.
Distance: within about 7 m from the front of the remote sensor
Angles: within about 30˚ in every direction
Open the battery compartment lid on the
rear panel.
1
Setting up the Remote Control
This section explains how to get ready for remote control operation.
+
2-2
How to Use the Remote Control
+
PREPARATION
4
CH
3
IN
(TO TV)
OUT RF
(FROM ANT.)
IN
(TO TV)
OUT RF
(FROM ANT.)
2
1
Antenna splitter
(not supplied)
UHF antenna
only
VHF UHF
VHF/UHF
3
4
CH
IN
(TO TV)
OUT RF
(FROM ANT.)
To watch video pictures, set the video input mode
on your TV. For the video input mode, refer to the
manual of your TV.
Incoming cable
VIDEO
AUDIO
OUT
IN
3
4
CH
(TO TV)
OUT RF
(FROM ANT.)
IN
PREPARATION
11
• select TV channel 3 or 4 to receive video signals.
• to record a channel while watching another, press
TV/VCR on the remote control to turn off the
“VCR” indicator in the VCR display and select a
desired channel on the TV (only when you connect
a cable-compatible TV).
You will need to:
– record an unscrambled channel.
– watch an unscrambled channel while recording it.
– record an unscrambled channel while watching
another (only when you connect a cablecompatible TV).
Choose one of the below according to your usage of the cable box.
This set-up will enable you to:
Cable Connection
LINE OUT AUDIO AUDIO IN
LINE OUT VIDEO VIDEO IN
VIDEO
AUDIO
OUT
IN
The AUDIO/VIDEO jacks are also available to connect your TV.
When connected your TV using the
AUDIO/VIDEO OUT jacks
AUDIO/VIDEO Connections
Setting the VCR Output Channel
When the VCR is connected in this way, the VCR sends the output
signals to channel 3 or 4 on your TV. Set the output channel
selector (CH selector) of the VCR to “3” or “4”, whichever is vacant
in your area.
VIDEO
AUDIO
OUT
IN
VHF antenna
only
Connect the RF OUT terminal to the TV.
2
VHF/UHF
combination antenna
Disconnect the antenna cable from your TV and connect it to the RF IN terminal on the
VCR.
1
Antenna/VCR/TV Connection
Before you use this VCR, it is necessary to connect it to your TV. Several ways of connecting are
available depending on your use of TV or cable box. Select one which is applicable to your equipment.
Connections
PREPARATION
Reference Information
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IN
VIDEO
AUDIO
OUT
IN
IN
VIDEO
AUDIO
OUT
IN
Cable box
Cable box
4
IN
(TO TV)
OUT RF
(FROM ANT.)
4
CH
3
IN
(TO TV)
4
CH
3
OUT RF
(FROM ANT.)
VIDEO
AUDIO
OUT
IN
B
B
B
A
A
A
(TO TV)
OUT RF
(FROM ANT.)
IN
A/B switch
3
CH
Cable box
OUT
(TO TV)
OUT RF
(FROM ANT.)
Incoming cable
IN
4
CH
3
Cable box
Incoming cable
VIDEO
AUDIO
OUT
IN
Connections (continued)
OUT
• press I.SELECT so that the VCR display
shows “L”.
You will need to:
– watch or record a channel through the cable
box via the LINE IN (AUDIO/VIDEO) jacks.
This set-up will enable you to:
– watch an unscrambled or scrambled channel
while recording it.
– record an unscrambled channel while watching
another unscrambled channel (only when you
connect a cable-compatible TV).
• A/B switch “A”: record and watch an
unscrambled channel which
comes bypassing the cable
box.
• A/B switch “B”: record and watch a scrambled
or unscrambled channel coming
through the cable box.
This set-up will enable you to:
• set TV channel 3 or 4 to receive video signals.
(See page 11.)
• set VCR channel to the output channel of the
cable box, and select a desired cable channel
on the cable box.
• while the VCR is turned off or the “VCR”
indicator is not lit in the VCR display, set TV
channel to the output channel of the cable box.
You will need to:
– watch an unscrambled or scrambled channel
while recording it.
– record any channels through the cable box.
This set-up will enable you to:
• set TV channel to the output channel of the cable
box.
• turn on the cable box and select cable channel 3
or 4 according to the output channel of the VCR.
• to record a channel while watching another,
press TV/VCR on the remote control to turn off
the “VCR” indicator in the VCR display and select
a desired cable channel on the cable box.
You will need to:
– record an unscrambled channel.
– watch an unscrambled channel while recording it.
– record an unscrambled channel while watching
another (scrambled or unscrambled).
This set-up will enable you to:
REMAIN/
REC
PROG.
COUNT
RESET
STOP
ENTER
PLAY
9
100
0
TV VOL
I.SELECT
3
6
8
DISPLAY COUNTER
SLOW
REW
EJECT
7
2
5
4
TV
1
VCR
CANCEL
TIMER
SP/ SLP
PAUSE/STILL
FF
VC-413
POWER
CANCEL
Notes
• It may takes several minutes during the Auto set-up
• Press CANCEL on the remote control to cancel the auto set-up.
standby mode.
3 When Auto set up has been completed, the VCR is on
the data broadcast by the local TV stations.
While “Auto” is blinking, channel memory is also set
automatically.
1 Plug the VCR into the AC outlet
2 “Auto” blink while the VCR automatically sets the clock using
Auto Set up
The VCR’s clock and tuner channels are set automatically when the VCR is plugged into the AC outlet.
Auto Set Up
PREPARATION
PREPARATION
13
Reference Information
2-3
2-4
14
0
ENTER
REMAIN/
REC
PROG.
CANCEL
TIMER
SP/ SLP
PAUSE/STILL
FF
VC-413
POWER
PROG.
PLAY, STOP
ENTER
FF
REW
VCR
POWER
4
3
1
2
EnD : PROG
MEnU
Press PROG. to return to the normal TV screen.
The screen turns to the MENU screen.
Select the language using PLAY or
STOP and press PROG..
The following screen appears on the TV.
Press PROG..
Press POWER to turn on the VCR.
ENTER
on
EnG
COUnTER MEM
LAnGUAGE
FRA
160
ESP
off
180
To exit, press PROG. once.
E n D : PROG
120
TAPE LEnGTH
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To change the language, move down here and set to the desired one.
Other optional settings can be made. Press ENTER while “SET UP” is selected on the MENU screen.
The screen turns to the SET UP screen.
Optional settings on the SET UP screen
TV VOL
I.SELECT
COUNT
RESET
STOP
DISPLAY COUNTER
SLOW
REW
PLAY
100
5
8
4
7
EJECT
6
9
2
1
3
TV
VCR
Setting the Language
Preparation
• Turn on the TV, and select the video channel (3 or 4), or the video input mode if you made the Audio/Video
connection (page 11).
• Press VCR to set the remote control operating the VCR.
The language selection and clock setting must be set first when VCR is first plugged in or after it
encounters a power failure.
Initial Settings Using On-screen Display
PREPARATION
Setting the Clock
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
ENTER
ENTER
Proceed to step 10 to start the clock.
Repeat step 5 and 6 to set the minutes,
month, day, and the year (by the last
two digits).
(To move back, press REW.)
Move to the next using FF
PLAY : To increase.
STOP : To decrease.
Vary the digits to set the hour.
AUTO: The VCR automatically sets or
adjusts the clock.
If you select “AUTO” mode, proceed to step 8.
MANU: You can set the clock manually.
If you select “MANU” mode, proceed to next
step.
Select “AUTO” or “MANU” using PLAY or
STOP.
E n D : PROG
PRESS En TER
TO START SETTIn G
CLOCK SET
SUMMER TIME
TIME ZOnE CH
Press ENTER to select “CLOCK SET”.
EnD : PROG
CH MEMORY
CLOCK SET
Select “PRESET” using FF or REW,
and press ENTER.
The MENU screen appears on the TV.
Press PROG..
Example: To set the clock to 2:30 p.m. on
August 25 (summer time) 2001.
10
9
8
nOW
ENTER
Now the clock starts.
Press PROG..
If you don't know the clock data channel,
select “AUTO”. The VCR will scan
automatically to tune the channel carrying
the clock data.
If AUTO CLOCK SET is unsuccessful, set the
time and date through the “MANU” clock
set menu selection.
3) Set “CLOCK DATA CH”.
If you select “AUTO” for your time zone,
the VCR sets the clock using the first
Coordinated Universal Time information it
finds. If the time is not correct, select
another time zone or use the “MANU”
option.
2) Set “TIME ZONE”.
DST start: Daylight-saving time begins on
the first Sunday in April. Because the
clock automatically changes from 2:00 AM
to 3:00 AM (forward one hour).
DST end: Daylight-saving time ends on
the last Sunday in October. The VCR
clock automatically changes from 2:00 AM
to 1:00 AM (back one hour).
remember that any part of a scheduled
Timer Recording that falls between these
two times will not be recorded.
AUTO: the VCR is using the clock data
Broadcast by the local TV stations.
IN: You want to use the DST function, and
you are leaving in the area that apply
Daylight-saving time.
OUT: You are not leaving in the area that
apply Daylight-saving time and you do not
want to use DST function.
Select the options using FF or REW.
Change the data using PLAY or STOP.
1) Set “SUMMER TIME
(Daylight-Saving Time)”.
E n D : PROG
SCAnnInG
After the VCR is turned off, it automatically
updates the clock using the data broadcast
by the local TV stations.
*The clock is
revised by
CLOCK SET
broadcasting
SUMMER TIME
signal at 8:00 A.M
TIME ZOnE CH
2
every morning.
Press ENTER to start the “AUTO” clock
set feature.
PREPARATION
15
Reference Information
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0
REMAIN/
REC
TV VOL
I.SELECT
PROG.
COUNT
RESET
STOP
ENTER
DISPLAY COUNTER
SLOW
REW
PLAY
100
5
8
4
7
EJECT
6
9
2
1
3
TV
VCR
CANCEL
TIMER
SP/ SLP
PAUSE/STILL
FF
VC-413
POWER
1, 6
I.SELECT
PLAY, STOP
ENTER
FF
100
REW
Number
buttons
6
5
4
3
1
2
E n D : PROG
TV
OFF
TV/CATV
AUTO SCAn
ADD CH
ERASE CH
EnD : PROG
CH MEMORY
CLOCK SET
Press PROG. twice to exit.
The VCR starts scanning and the
channels are stored in the VCR in
ascending order. When the scanning is
finished, the screen automatically
returns.
Select “AUTO SCAN” using PLAY or
STOP, and press FF to set to “ON”.
E n D : PROG
AUTO SCAn
2 CH
TV: To store channels received via the antenna.
CATV: To store channels received via the incoming cable.
Set “TV/CATV“ to “TV” or “CATV” using FF or REW.
Select “CH MEMORY” using PLAY
or STOP, and press ENTER.
Select “PRESET” using FF or REW,
and press ENTER.
Press PROG. to display the MENU screen.
Incoming Antenna/Cable(CATV) Signals
on
On
- - CH
- - CH
CATV
ENTER
Preparation
• Turn on the TV, and select the video channel (3 or 4), or the video input mode if you made the Audio/Video
connection (page 11).
• Press I.SELECT so that the channel number will appear if “L” is displayed in the VCR display.
The VCR scans through all receivable TV and CATV channels and stores only the active
ones in your area into the memory. Once the storing is finished, you can select a desired
channel using CH/TRK.
Incoming Antenna/Cable(CATV) Signals
This section is required if you receive only normal TV or unscrambled cable channels, or use a cable box
between your TV and the VCR.
Storing Channels on the VCR
PREPARATION
94
–
94
57
57
UU
36
36
W
15
15
B
38
38
BB
19
19
F
61
61
YY
39 40
39 40
CC DD
18
18
E
58 59 60
58 59 60
VV WW XX
37
37
AA
17
17
D
42
42
FF
21
21
H
23
23
J
43 44
43 44
GG HH
22
22
I
2
2
2
…
…
…
66
66
66
45
45
II
24
24
K
3
3
3
67
67
67
46
46
JJ
25
25
L
4
4
4
68
68
68
47
47
KK
26
26
M
69
69
69
48
48
LL
27
27
N
5
6
5
6
5(A-7) 6(A-6)
121 122 123 124 125
–
–
–
–
–
121 122 123 124 125
62 63 64 65
62 63 64 65
ZZ AAA BBB 65
41
41
EE
20
20
G
1
–
1(A-8)
29
29
P
8
8
8
30
30
Q
9
9
9
70
–
70
71
–
71
…
…
…
49 50 51
49 50 51
MM NN OO
28
28
O
7
7
7
Once the active channels have been stored, you
can select the channels in two ways below.
Number buttons
To enter digits of the channel number.
• For one-digit number, enter 0 before.
• For more than 100 number, first press 100.
• Each number button needs to be pressed
within 2 seconds.
CH/TRK buttons
To shift up or down the stored channel numbers.
Selecting stored channels
3) Enter a channel number of 1 to 125 using
number buttons.
For more than 100 number, first press 100.
For CATV channels, refer to the chart below.
(For other orders, check with your cable
company.)
4) Repeat steps 2) and 3) to add or erase
channels as necessary.
5) Press PROG. two times to exit.
CH NUMBER
TV
CATV STD (HRC/IRC)
95 96 97 98 99 100 101 102 103
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
A-5 A-4 A-3 A-2 A-1 100 101 102 103
56
56
TT
35
35
V
14
14
A
16
16
C
E n D : PROG
CATV signals
• STD (standard) cable TV signals
• HRC (Harmonic Related Carriers) cable TV signals
• IRC (Incremental Related Carriers) cable TV signals
IRC is also called ICC (Incremental Coherent Carriers)
93
–
93
55
55
SS
52 53 54
52 53 54
PP QQ RR
13
13
13
34
34
U
32
32
S
31
31
R
12
12
12
33
33
T
11
11
11
10
10
10
CATV
On
- - CH
- - CH
TO SET CH PUSH 0~9 KEYS
TV
OFF
TV/CATV
AUTO SCAn
ADD CH
ERASE CH
E n D : PROG
Corresponding channel number
Number on the VCR
CATV
On
- - CH
- - CH
TO SET CH PUSH 0~9 KEYS
TV
OFF
TV/CATV
AUTO SCAn
ADD CH
ERASE CH
Channel reference chart
To erase channels
To add channels
1) Follow steps 1 to 3 of “Incoming Antenna/
CATV Signals”.
2) Select “ADD CH” or “ERASE CH” using PLAY
or STOP.
Adding channels
If a desired channel cannot be scanned
automatically because of a weak signal, it can be
added to the memory.
Erasing channels
You can erase a stored channel from the memory
if it is unnecessary.
Adding or erasing channels
PREPARATION
17
Reference Information
2-5
2-6
18
To record again
Cover the tab hole with adhesive tape.
• Avoid exposing cassettes to direct sunlight. Keep them away from heaters.
Avoid extreme humidity, vibrations or shock, strong magnetic fields (near a motor, transformer or
magnet) and dusty place.
To prevent accidental erasure
Remove this safety tab with a screwdriver.
Video cassettes have a safety tab to prevent accidental erasure. If the tab has already been removed,
recording cannot be performed.
Precautions when using video cassettes
Warning
Do not insert your hands or any foreign objects into the compartment. This may result
in injury or damage. Take special care with children to avoid accidents.
Press EJECT. The cassette is ejected from the cassette compartment.
Ejecting a cassette
Push the cassette into the cassette compartment with the window side facing up and the
label side towards the front. The VCR is automatically turned on. The
indicator will
appear in the VCR display.
Video Cassette Use
Loading a cassette
Video Cassette Use
PREPARATION
100
8
0
7
ENTER
REMAIN/
REC
PROG.
CANCEL
TIMER
SP/ SLP
PAUSE/STILL
FF
VC-413
POWER
3
FF
REW
2
CH/TRK
To stop playback, press STOP.
Press PLAY to start playback.
Power is turned on.
If the cassette has no safety tab,
playback starts automatically.
Load a recorded cassette.
Press PLAY during playback.
A tape runs at double speed
playback.
Rewinding / Fast-forwarding
Press REW or FF in the stop mode.
To resume normal playback Press PLAY
1
Double Speed Playback
3
2
1
S L P
VCR
VCR
VCR
TIMER
REC
TIMER
REC
S
L
L
S
ST
L
Notes
• During the adjusting, the playback picture and sound may be distorted.
• The digital auto tracking is activated only in the playback mode.
• The noise on the screen may not be completely eliminated depending on the tape used, especially when the
tape was recorded on another VCR.
When playback starts, the VCR automatically adjusts the tracking for clear pictures and sound
(Digital Auto Tracking).
If the VCR cannot locate the best possible tracking point, hold down one of CH/TRK to adjust the
tracking manually.
Adjusting the tracking
TV VOL
I.SELECT
COUNT
RESET
STOP
DISPLAY COUNTER
SLOW
REW
PLAY
9
5
4
EJECT
6
2
1
3
TV
VCR
Basic Playback
Preparation
• Select the video channel (3 or 4) or video input mode on the TV.
• Press VCR to set the remote control operating the VCR.
This section explains the basic playback operation.
Playback
PLAYBACK
PLAYBACK
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0
REMAIN/
REC
TV VOL
I.SELECT
PROG.
COUNT
RESET
STOP
ENTER
DISPLAY COUNTER
SLOW
REW
PLAY
100
5
8
4
7
EJECT
6
9
2
1
3
TV
VCR
CANCEL
TIMER
SP/ SLP
PAUSE/STILL
FF
VC-413
POWER
FF
REW
PAUSE/STILL
SLOW
PLAY
If you release it, the tape speed returns to 5 times.
To change the tape speed to 7 times the normal playback
speed, press and hold FF or REW.
The tape runs at 5 times the normal playback speed.
Press FF or REW during playback.
The picture freezes.
Press PAUSE/STILL during playback.
Note
The distortion of the still picture may not be eliminated completely.
If the still picture is distorted or flickers, hold down one of CH/TRK until
the picture becomes stable.
Adjusting Still Picture Stability
Notes
• The still mode is automatically cancelled after about 5 minutes and returns to
normal playback.
• The still picture may shake if a picture of a fast-moving object or scene is
frozen. This is not a defect in the unit.
To resume normal playback
Press PAUSE/STILL again.
1
A picture freezes so that you can watch closer.
Still Picture
To resume normal playback
Press PLAY.
Note
If you press FF or REW during picture search, the mode changes to fastforwarding or rewinding.
2
1
A tape runs at 5 times or 7 times the normal playback speed so
that you can quickly locate a particular scene.
Picture Search
You can play back a tape at various tape speeds.
Variable Speed Playback
PLAYBACK
Frame Advance
Each time you press PLAY, the picture advances one frame.
Press PLAY during still playback.
The tape runs at about 1/7th the normal playback speed.
Each time you press SLOW, the speed alternates between 1/7th and
1/15th.
Press SLOW during playback.
Note
The noise in the slow-motion picture may not be eliminated completely.
If the slow-motion picture is noisy, hold down one of CH/TRK until the
best picture is obtained.
Adjusting the Tracking Manually
Notes
• The slow-motion picture mode is automatically cancelled after about 5
minutes and returns to normal playback.
• The slow-motion picture may flicker up and down. This is not a defect in the
unit.
To resume normal playback
Press PLAY.
1
The tape runs at 1/7th or 1/15th the normal playback speed.
Slow-motion Picture
To resume normal playback
Press PAUSE/STILL.
1
A picture advances frame by frame.
PLAYBACK
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2-8
22
REW
ENTER
REMAIN/
REC
TV VOL
I.SELECT
PROG.
COUNT
RESET
STOP
DISPLAY COUNTER
SLOW
PLAY
0
EJECT
9
100
8
7
3
4
6
2
5
1
TV
VCR
CANCEL
TIMER
SP/ SLP
PAUSE/STILL
FF
VC-413
POWER
PROG.
DISPLAY
ENTER
PLAY
FF
REW
STOP
COUNT RESET
REMAIN/
COUNTER
on
COUnTER MEM
E n D : PROG
120
EnG
TAPE LEnGTH
LAnGUAGE
The remaining time (“RT - : - -”) appears in the VCR display.
Press REMAIN/COUNTER.
Press PROG. to exit.
T120: for a T-120 tape or shorter
T160: for a T-140 or T-160 tape
T180: for a T-180 tape
Select the length of the tape, using
FF or REW.
FRA
160
Select “SET UP” using FF or REW, and press ENTER.
Press PROG. to display the MENU screen.
Turn on the VCR and load a cassette.
ESP
off
180
Notes
• The displayed remaining time is an approximation.
• The remaining time is calculated according to the tape speed (SP or SLP)
and the cassette type.
5
6
1
2
3
4
To view the tape remaining time in the VCR display, select the
tape length beforehand.
Tape Remaining Time
Notes
• The linear time counter does not work on non-recorded portions on the tape.
• When the tape is ejected or the VCR is turned off, the display changes to
clock.
• If the tape rewinds back over “00:00”, “–” appears in the VCR display.
• The displayed time of the linear time counter is only an approximation.
The counter is automatically reset to “0:00:00” when a cassette is
ejected. If you want to reset at another point, such as the beginning of a
new recording, just press COUNT RESET.
To reset the linear time counter to “0:00:00”
The indication above will also appear on the TV screen by pressing
DISPLAY. They are switchable with REMAIN/COUNTER.
→ Linear time counter → Tape remaining time (RT) → Clock
Each time you press REMAIN/COUNTER, the VCR display
changes in sequence as follows:
You can view the clock, linear time counter or tape remaining
time in the VCR display or on the TV screen.
Counter Function
These functions will help your playback.
Useful Functions in Tape Operation
PLAYBACK
5
ENTER
PLAY
REMAIN/
REC
TV VOL
I.SELECT
9
6
3
100
PROG.
COUNT
RESET
STOP
DISPLAY COUNTER
SLOW
REW
EJECT
0
8
4
7
2
TV
1
VCR
CANCEL
TIMER
SP/ SLP
PAUSE/STILL
FF
VC-413
POWER
PROG.
DISPLAY
ENTER
PLAY
FF
REW
STOP
COUNT RESET
REMAIN/
COUNTER
2
1
on
EnG
COUnTER MEM
LAnGUAGE
E n D : PROG
120
TAPE LEnGTH
FRA
160
ESP
off
180
If you press the FF (fast-forward) button and the time
counter never reaches “0H00M00S M” between that
point and the end of the tape, the VCR will continue to
fastforward to the end of the tape.
Notes: If you are rewinding the tape and the VCR stops at
“0H00M00S M”, press REW again to continue
rewinding.
The memory-stop feature allows you to quickly return to a
counter reading of “0H00M00S” from any point on the tape.
Memory stop is automatically turned on whenever the time
counter with memory is displayed on the TV screen. This is
convenient when you want to watch a segment of the tape
repeatedly. You may also discover other useful application for
this feature.
Press PROG. to exit.
On the SET UP screen, select
“COUNTER MEM.” using PLAY or
STOP, and set to “ON” using
REW or FF.
Memory Stop Feature (Zero Return)
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0
REC
PROG.
CANCEL
TIMER
SP/ SLP
PAUSE/STILL
FF
VC-413
POWER
I.SELECT
6
4
5
2
3
6
5
4
3
1
2
VCR
VCR
VCR
TIMER
REC
Note
The VCR automatically shifts to the stop mode if the
recording pause mode continues for 10 minutes.
Press PAUSE/STILL to stop recording
momentarily. To resume recording, press
PAUSE/STILL again.
Skipping unnecessary scenes while
recording
1) While recording, press TV/VCR to turn off
“VCR” indicator.
2) Choose another channel using the channel
selector on the TV.
VCR
TIMER
REC
TIMER
L
Hi-Fi
SAP R
STEREO
TIMER
Notes
• To cancel the recording in progress, press
POWER on the VCR.
VCR
By setting the recording off time, the recording
stops and the VCR is turned off automatically.
While recording, press simultaneously both REC
on the remote repeatedly to set the desired off
time.
Each time you press REC, each half-hour up to
about 4 hours appear cyclically.
Recording off time setting
Press STOP to stop recording.
Recording starts.
Press REC on the VCR, or
simultaneously press both REC on
the remote control.
SP: Suitable for general recording with
better picture and sound quality.
SLP: Suitable for tripling recording time, but with less picture and
sound quality than using the SP tape speed.
Press SP/SLP to select the
recording tape speed.
H
S
L
L
S
S
ST
L
If you see “L” in the VCR display, press I.SELECT so that the channel
number appears.
• If you record cable channels via the cable box, make the output
channel number of the cable box or “L” appear, depending on your
connection. (See pages 11 – 12.)
Select a channel to record with
CHANNEL on the VCR, or CH/TRK
or number buttons on the remote
control.
Press TV/VCR so that the “VCR”
indicator appears in the VCR display.
Load a cassette with the safety tab attached.
Basic Recording
Watching a TV program while
recording another
To record from other
connected equipment
In step 3, press I.SELECT to
switch the display as follows:
L: To record via the LINE IN
jacks on the rear panel.
.
TV VOL
I.SELECT
COUNT
RESET
STOP
ENTER
REMAIN/
DISPLAY COUNTER
SLOW
REW
PLAY
100
5
8
4
7
EJECT
6
9
2
1
3
TV
VCR
Preparation
• Select the video channel (3 or 4) or video input mode on the TV.
This section explains the basic recording operation.
Recording a TV Program
RECORDING
REMAIN/
REC
TV VOL
I.SELECT
PROG.
COUNT
RESET
STOP
ENTER
PLAY
DISPLAY COUNTER
SLOW
REW
EJECT
9
100
8
7
0
6
3
5
2
TV
4
1
VCR
CANCEL
TIMER
SP/ SLP
PAUSE/STILL
FF
VC-413
POWER
2, 9
10
FF
STOP
PLAY
ENTER
REW
Number
buttons
4
1
2
3
To make corrections:
Press REW to move back to the item, or FF to forward.
(Continued)
• You can make “L” appear on the channel number position by
pressing I.SELECT depending on your connection.
(See pages 12 ).
Move to the next using FF, and
select the channel number 25 by
pressing number buttons 2 and 5,
PLAY or STOP.
Select “PROGRAM” using FF or
REW, and press ENTER.
Press PROG. to display the MENU screen.
Load a cassette with the safety tab attached.
Example: To record cable channel 25 in the SP tape speed from
9:20 p.m. until 10:00 p.m. on August 30. Today is August 25.
Timer Programming Procedure
Preparation
• Select the video channel (3 or 4) or video input mode on the TV.
• Make sure that the clock is set correctly (page 15).
• Store the channels on the VCR (pages 16 and 17).
The programmable timer allows you to record up to 6 different programs over one month.
Timer Program Recording
RECORDING
RECORDING
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2-10
26
10
REC
TIMER
P
M
L
SAP
STEREO
TIMERHi-Fi
Notes
• Make sure that the tape length is selected correctly
according to the tape used on the SET UP screen
(page 22).
• When the SLP tape speed is selected and the tape
length is not sufficient to record the program to the
end, the program cannot be recorded to the end.
• The picture will be distorted when playing the part
where the recording tape speed is switched from
SP to SLP with the Auto Speed Select feature.
The power turns off and the VCR enters
the timer standby mode.
Press both TIMER simultaneously.
Now programming is completed.
Press PROG..
If you are not sure the tape is long enough for
timer program recording in the SP tape speed,
set the recording tape speed to “AUTO”.
Recording starts in the SP tape speed and the
VCR automatically selects the tape speed to
record the program to the end. If the tape length
is not long enough, the tape speed automatically
changes from SP to SLP.
Auto Speed Select
Move to the next, and select the
tape speed (SP) using PLAY or
STOP.
8
9
Move to the next, and set the
recording off time.
7
For the tape speed “AUTO (Auto Speed
Select)”, see below.
To set another program, press FF, and
select the next line pressing STOP.
Repeat steps 4 to 8.
Move to the next using FF, and set
the hour and minutes of the
recording start time.
[WKLYSU]…[WKLYSA]: You can record TV programs on the same
channel on the day and time every week.
[MO~FR]: You can record TV programs on the same channel on the
day and time Monday through Friday.
→ 8/25 → 9/25 → … → 7/25 → WKLYSU → …
MO~FR ← WKLYSA ←
The date changes as follows:
Move to the next using FF, and set
the recording date using PLAY or
STOP.
6
5
Timer Program Recording (continued)
P
M
P
M
By pressing the POWER button on the front
panel of the VCR, it will cancel the timer
recording and go to standby.
To Cancel the Timer Recording
The “--E--” ( Error ) indicator appears in the VCR
display if you press both TIMER when:
–– a cassette is not loaded.
–– the loaded cassette has no safety tab.
–– timer recording is in progress .
In these cases, a recording can not be made.
Error indication
1) If the TIMER indicator is lit, press both TIMER
to turn it off, and then turn the VCR on by
pressing VCR POWER.
2) With steps 2 to 9, change the items.
To cancel a program, select the program you
want to cancel in step 4, and press CANCEL.
The line is then cleared.
3) Press both TIMER to return to the timer
standby mode.
Changing/cancelling the timer
programs
Press. PROG. again to exit from confirmation
page.
The screen for confirming will appear.
Press PROG. during timer recording mode.
Confirming the timer programs
Program 1
(Start time)
Program 2
(Start time)
Overlapped portion
(not recorded)
If two timer programs overlap, the recording
start time of program 1 has priority over the
recording off time of program 2.
Overlaps of the programs
• When a power failure has occurred, “--:--”
appears in the VCR display. Since the
programmed contents have been cleared,
reset the clock and timer programming.
• When power has failed for a short time, the
color of the current time display blinks.
The programmed contents are not affected.
Reset the clock.
If the power failure occurs during
the timer program recording
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PLAY
REMAIN/
REC
TV VOL
I.SELECT
PROG.
COUNT
RESET
STOP
ENTER
DISPLAY COUNTER
SLOW
REW
EJECT
100
9
A.SELECT
0
8
4
7
2
5
1
3
6
TV
VCR
CANCEL
TIMER
SP/ SLP
PAUSE/STILL
FF
VC-513
POWER
TV VOL
DISPLAY
I.SELECT
ENTER
100
Number Buttons
CH/TRK
POWER
1
1
2
To turn the TV on or off
To select TV channels in the upper or lower direction.
To adjust the sound level.
To select an external source such as a VCR.
To select TV channels. When selecting channels
1 to 9, enter 0 and then the desired number.
To substitute for 100 channel key
To turn on or off TV’s screen display.
To use for the TV’s ENTER key.
Important
Some TV’s may not respond to all
the operations above, or may not
be operated at all with this remote
control. In this case, operate your
TV’s with it’s own remote control.
100
DISPLAY
ENTER
POWER
CH/TRK
TV VOL
I.SELECT
Number buttons
Point the remote control at your TV and use each button
listed below to make sure that your TV is operate correctly.
Press TV to set the remote control operating your TV.
TOSHIBA TV’s control
The remote control can control TOSHIBA TV’s.
Remote Control for TOSHIBA TV’s
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
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2-2-1 IC301 (LA71200M)
2-12
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2-2-2 IC601 (MN101D02D)
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3. Product Specifications
Specifications and features are subject to change without notice.
OPERATION
DESCRIPTION
Power supply
120V AC, 60Hz
Power consumption
16W
External dimensions
360 x 94 x 252 mm (W.H.D)
Mass
3.0 kg
Channels received
VHF : Channels 2-13
UHF : Channels 14-69
CATV : Channels A7-A1, A-CCC, 66-125
Antenna input/output terminals
UHF/VHF : 75ohm F type connector
Signal system
Standard NTSC
Recording/Playback system
Recording : VHS format (SP, SLP)
Playback : VHS format (SP, LP, SLP)
Cassette
Video cassette with VHS mark
Tape speed
SLP : 11.1 mm/s
SP : 33.4 mm/s
Video recording/Playback time
SLP : 480 minutes,
SP : 160 minutes (When T-160 video cassette is used.)
Fast forward/Rewind time
Within approx. 60 s (When T-120 video cassette is used.)
Video input
1V(p-p), 75 ohm, unbalanced, negative sync., pin jack
Video output
1V(p-p), 75 ohm, unbalanced, negative sync., pin jack
Audio input
Line input : 308 mV(rms), more than 47 Kohm, pin jack
Audio output
Line input : 308 mV(rms), less than 47 Kohm, pin jack
Utilization conditions
Temperature : 5°C to 40°C
Humidity : less than RH 80%
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3-1
4. Disassembly and Reassembly
4-1 Cabinet Assembly
4-1-1 Cabinet Top Removal
4-1-2 Ass’y Front Panel Removal
ΠREMOVE 2 SCREWS
´ Lift up the Cabinet Top in the direction of
arrow by releasing the Hook.
ΠRELEASE 4 HOOKS
(Top View)
Fig. 4-1 Cabinet Top Removal
´ RELEASE 3 HOOKS
(Bottom View)
Fig. 4-2 Ass’y Front Panel Removal
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4-1
Disassembly and Reassembly
4-1-3 Chassis Removal
¨ FLAT CABLE
ˇ 3 SCREWS
ˆ FLAT CABLE
Ø CONNECTOR
˝ ASS'Y-DECK
’ ASS'Y MAIN-PCB
Π2 SCREWS
∏ RELEASE HOOK
ASSEMBLY POINT
(ALIGN TWO ARROWS)
´ BRACKET-FRAME
” RELEASE HOOK
Fig. 4-3 Chassis Removal
4-2
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Disassembly and Reassembly
4-2 Deck Parts Locations
4-2-1 Top View
Œ
ˇ
¨
ˆ
´
Ø
Fig. 4-4 Top parts Location-1
Œ
´
ˇ
¨
ˆ
Ø
GEAR FL CAM
MOTOR LOADING ASS’Y
LEVER FL ARM ASS’Y
HOLDER FL CASSETTE ASS’Y
LEVER FL DOOR
SLIDER FL DRIVE
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4-3
Disassembly and Reassembly
´
Œ
Ø
∏
”
ˇ
’” Ô ˝ 
¨
ˆ
Ò
Fig. 4-5 Top Parts Location-2
Œ
´
ˇ
¨
ˆ
Ø
∏
4-4
FE HEAD
CYLINDER ASS’Y
ACE HEAD ASS’Y
LEVER UNIT PINCH ASS’Y
LEVER #9 GUIDE ASS’Y
LEVER TENSION ASS’Y
BAND BRAKE ASS’Y
”
’
˝
Ô

Ò
DISK S REEL
LEVER S BRAKE ASS’Y
GEAR IDLE
LEVER IDLE
LEVER T BRAKE ASS’Y
DISK T REEL
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Disassembly and Reassembly
4-2-2 Bottom View
Œ ´
¨
ˇ
”
’
ˆ Ø
∏
˝
Fig. 4-6 Bottom Parts Location
Œ
´
ˇ
¨
ˆ
Ø
∏
”
’
˝
GEAR JOINT 1
GEAR JOINT 2
BRACKET GEAR
MOTOR CAPSTAN ASS’Y
LEVER T LOAD ASS’Y
GEAR LOADING DRIVE
LEVER S LOAD ASS’Y
HOLDER CLUTCH ASS’Y
BELT PULLEY
SLIDER CAM
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Disassembly and Reassembly
4-3 Main Deck
4-3-1 Lever FL Door Removal
4-3-2 Holder FL Cassette Ass’y Removal
1) Push the Holder FL Cassette Ass'y Πabout 20mm
in the direction of arrow “A”.
2) Rotate the Lever FL Door ´ in the direction of
arrow “B”.
3) Release the Hook ˇ and Remove the Lever FL
Door ´ in the direction of arrow “C”.
1) Pull the Holder FL Cassette Ass'y Πto the eject
position.
2) Pull the Holder FL Cassette Ass'y Πas grasping
the Holder FL Cassette Ass'y Πand Lever FL
Cassette-R ´ in the same time to release hooking
from Main Base until the Boss [A] of Holder FL
Cassette Ass'y Πis taken out from the Rail [B].
3) Lift the Holder FL Cassette Ass'y Œ, in this time,
you have to grasp the Lever FL Cassette-R ´
Continuously until the Holder FL Cassette Ass'y
Πis taken out completely.
ΠHOLDER FL CASSETTE ASS'Y
"A"
Note : Be sure to insert Lever FL Cassette-R ´ in the
direction of “A” to prevent separation and breakage
of the Lever FL Cassette-R ´ at disassembling and
reassembling.
"B"
´ LEVER FL DOOR
ˇ HOOK
"C"
Fig. 4-7 Lever FL Door Removal
RAIL [B]
ΠHOLDER FL
CASSETTEE ASS`Y
"A" ´ LEVER FL CASSETTEE -R
BOSS [A]
Fig. 4-8 Holder FL Cassette Ass’y Removal
4-6
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Disassembly and Reassembly
4-3-3 Slider FL Drive, Gear FL Cam Removal
4-3-4 Lever FL Arm Ass’y Removal
1) Pull the Slider FL Drive Πto the front direction.
2) Remove the Slider FL Drive Πin the direction of
arrow. (Refer to Fig. 4-9)
3) Remove the Gear FL cam ´.
1) Push the hole “A” in the direction of arrow “B”
use the pin.(about Dia. 2.5)
2) Pull out the Lever FL Arm Ass'y Πfrom the Boss
of Main Base.
3) Remove the Lever FL Arm Ass'y Πin the direction
of arrow “C”.
Note : When reinstalling be sure to reassemble Slider
FL drive Πafter you insert the Boss of Lever FL
ARM-R in Groove of Slider Fl drive Œ.
Assembly : Align the Gear FL Cam Πwith the Gear
worm wheel Post as shown drawing.
(Refer to Timing point)
HOLE "A"
PIN
"B"
"C"
ΠLEVER FL ARM ASS`Y
Fig. 4-11 Lever FL Arm Ass’y Removal
´ GEAR FL CAM
ΠSLIDER FL DRIVE
Fig. 4-9 Slider FL Drive Removal
ΠGEAR FL CAM
GEAR WORM WHEEL
POST
TIMING POINT
Fig. 4-10 Gear FL Cam, Gear Worm
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Disassembly and Reassembly
4-3-5 Gear Worm Wheel Removal
4-3-6 Motor Loading Ass’y Removal
1) Remove the Gear Worm wheel Œ.
1) Remove the screw Œ.
2) Remove the Motor Loading Ass’y ´.
´ MOTOR LOADING ASS`Y
ΠSCREW
ΠGEAR WORM WHEEL
Fig. 4-13 Motor Loading Ass’y Removal
Fig. 4-12 Gear Worm Wheel Removal
4-8
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Disassembly and Reassembly
4-3-7 Bracket Gear, Gear Joint 2, 1 Removal
1) Remove the Screw Œ.
2) Remove the Bracket Gear ´.
3) Remove the Gear Joint 2 ˇ.
4) Remove the Gear Joint 1 ¨.
Assembly :
1) Be sure to align dot mark of Gear Joint 1 Πwith
dot mark of Gear Joint 2 ´ as shown Fig 4-15.
(Refer to Timing point1)
2) Confirm the Timing Point 2 of the Gear Joint 2 ´
and Slider Cam ˇ.
4-3-8 Gear Loading Drive, Slider Cam,
Lever Load S, T Ass’y Removal
1) Remove the Belt Pulley. (Refer to Fig. 4-33)
2) Remove the Gear Loading Drive Πafter releasing
Hook [A] in the direction arrow as shown in detail
drawing.
3) Remove the Slider Cam ´.
4) Remove the Lever Load ˇ, Link Load ˆ & Lever
Load ¨, Link Load Ø.
HOOK(A)
¨ GEAR JOINT 1
´ SLIDE CAM
ˇ GEAR JOINT 2
ΠSCREW
´ BRAKET GEAR
ΠGEAR LOADING DRIVE
¨ LEVER LOAD T
Ø LINK LOAD T
ˇ LEVER LOAD S
ˆ LINK LOAD S
Fig. 4-14 Bracket Gear, Gear Joint 1,2 Removal
Fig. 4-16 Gear Loading Drive, Slider Cam,
Lever T, S Load Ass’y Removal
ΠGEAR JOINT1
´ GEAR JOINT2
ˇ SLIDER CAM
TIMING POINT 1
TIMING POINT 2
Fig. 4-15 Gear Joint 1,2 Assembly
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Disassembly and Reassembly
4-3-9 Gear Loading Drive, Slider Cam,
Lever Load S, T Ass’y Assembly
4-3-10 Lever Pinch Drive,
Lever Tension Drive Removal
1) When reinstalling, be sure to align dot of Lever
Load T Ass'y Œ with dot of Lever Load S Ass'y ´
as shown in drawing, (Refer to Timing Point 1).
2) Insert the Pin A,B,C,D into the Slider Cam ˇ hole,
3) Be sure to align dot of Lever Load T Πand dot of
Gear Loading Drive ¨, (Refer to Timing Point 2).
4) Aline dot of Gear Loading drive ¨ with mark of
Slider Cam ˇ as shown in drawing(Refer to
Timing Point 3).
1) Remove the Lever Pinch Drive Œ, Lever Tension
Drive ´.
ΠLEVER PINCH DRIVE
´ LEVER TENSION DRIVE
TIMING POINT 1
ΠLEVER LOAD T
´ LEVER LOAD S
LEVER LOAD T
LEVER LOAD S
Fig. 4-18 Lever Pinch Drive,
Lever Tension Drive Removal
TIMING POINT 2
TIMING POINT 3
PIN A
PIN C
PIN D PIN B
ˇ SLIDER CAM
Fig. 4-17 Gear Loading Drive, Slider Cam,
Lever Load S, T Ass’y Assembly
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4-3-11 Lever Tension Ass’y,
Band Brake Ass’y Removal
1) Remove the Lever Brake S Ass'y (Refer to Fig 4-20).
2) Remove the Spring Tension Lever Œ.
3) Rotate stopper of Main Base in the direction of
arrow “A”.
4) Lift the Lever Tension Ass'y ´ & Band brake
Ass'y ˇ.
Note :
1) When replacing the Lever Tension Ass'y ´, be sure
to apply Grease on the post,
2) Take care not to touch stain on the felt side, and not
to be folder and broken Band brake Ass'y
3) After Lever Tension Ass'y seated, Rotate stopper of
Main Base to the Mark[B].
4-3-12 Lever Brake S, T Ass’y Removal
1) Release the Hook [A] and the Hook [B], [C] in the
direction of arrow as shown in Fig 4-20.
2) Lift the Lever S, T Brake Ass'y Œ, ´ with spring
brake ˇ.
Assembly :
1)Assembly the Lever S Brake Ass'y Πon the Main
Base.
2)Assembly the Lever T Brake Ass'y ´ with spring
brake ˇ.
Note : Take extreme care not to be folded and
transformed Spring Brake at removing or reinstalling.
ˇ BAND BRAKE ASS`Y
HOOK(A)
´ LEVER TENTION ASS`Y
ˇ SPRING BRAKE
ΠSPRING TENTION LEVER
STOPPER
"A"
MARK[B]
ΠLEVER S BRAKE ASS`Y
HOOK(C)
HOOK(B)
´ LEVER T BRAKE ASS`Y
Fig. 4-19 Lever Tension Ass’y,
Band Brake Ass’y Removal
Fig. 4-20 Lever Brake S, T Ass’y Removal
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Disassembly and Reassembly
4-3-13 Gear Idle Ass’y Removal
4-3-14 Disk S, T Reel Removal
1) Push the Lever Idle Πin the direction of arrow
“A”, “B”.
2) Lift the Lever Idle Œ.
1) Lift the Disk S, T Reel Œ, ´.
ΠDISK S REEL
Assembly :
1) Apply oil in two Bosses of Lever Idle Œ.
2) Assemble the Gear Idle ´ with the Lever Idle Œ.
Note : When replacing the Gear Idle ´, be sure to
add oil in the boss of Lever Idle Œ.
´ DISK T REEL
"A"
ΠLEVER IDLE
´ GEAR IDLE
"B"
´ GEAR IDLE
HOOK "C"
Fig. 4-22 Disk S, T Reel Removal
Fig. 4-21 Gear Idle Ass’y Removal
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4-3-15 Holder Clutch Ass’y Removal
1) Remove the Washer Slit Œ.
2) Lift the Holder Clutch Ass’y ´.
Note : When you reinstall Holder Clutch Ass'y
1) Check the condition of spring as shown in detail A.
2) Don't push Holder Clutch Ass'y down with excessive force Just insert Holder Clutch Ass'y into post
center with dead force and Rotate it smoothly.
Be sure to confirm that spring is in the slit of Gear
Center Ass'y as shown in detail B.
ΠWASHER SLIT
´ HOLDER CLUTCH ASS`Y
4-3-16 Lever Up Down Ass’y, Gear Center
Ass’y Removal
1) Remove the 2 hooks in the direction of arrow as
shown Fig. 4-24 and lift the Lever Up Down Ass’y Œ.
2) Lift the Gear Center Ass’y ´.
Assembly :
1) Insert the Lever Up Down Ass'y Πin the rectangular holes on Main Base as shown in Fig 4-25.
2) Lift the Lever Up Down Ass'y Πabout 35
degree.(Refer to Fig 4-25)
3) Insert Ring of the Gear Center Ass'y ´ in the
Guide of the Lever Up Down Ass'y Œ.
4) Insert the Gear Center Ass'y ´ in the post on
Main Base.
5) Push down the Lever Up Down Ass'y Πfor
locking of the Hook.
Note :
1) Take care not to separate and sentence does not
mark sense.
2) Be sure to confirm that Ring of the Gear Center
Ass'y ´ is in the Guide of the Lever Up Down
Ass'y Πafter finishing assembly of Lever Up
Down Ass'y Œ and Gear Center Ass'y ´.
ΠLEVER UP DOWN ASS`Y
´ GEAR CENTER ASS`Y
DETAIL A
<BAD>
SPRING
<GOOD>
DETAIL B
Fig. 4-24 Lever Up Down Ass’y Removal
SPRING
GEAR CENTER ASS'Y
GUIDE
LEVER UP DOWN ASS'Y
<BAD>
<GOOD>
RING
GEAR
POST
HOOK
35
Fig. 4-23 Holder Clutch Ass’y Removal
MAIN BASE
Fig. 4-25 Lever Up Down Ass’y Removal
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Disassembly and Reassembly
4-3-17 Guide Cassette Door Removal
1) Lift the Hook [A].
2) Rotate the Guide Cassette Door Πin the direction
of arrow.
Note : After reinstalling the Guide Cassette Door Œ
sure the Hook [A].
ΠGUIDE CASSETTE DOOR
4-3-18 Lever Unit Pinch Ass’y, Plate Joint,
Spring Pinch Drive Removal
1) Lift the Unit Pinch Ass’y Œ.
2) Remove the Plate Joint ´ from Lever Pinch Drive.
3) Remove the Spring Pinch Drive ˇ.
Note :
1) Take extreme care not to touch the grease on the
Roller Pinch.
2) When reinstalling, be sure to apply grease on the
post pinch roller.
ΠLEVER UNIT PINCH ASS`Y
HOOK [A]
´ PLATE JOINT
ˇ SPRING PINCH DRIVE
Fig. 4-26 Guide Cassette Door Removal
Fig. 4-27 Lever Unit Pinch Ass’y, Plate Joint,
Spring Pinch Drive Removal
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Disassembly and Reassembly
4-3-19 Lever #9 Guide Ass’y Removal
4-3-20 FE Head Removal
1) Remove the Spring #9 Guide Œ.
2) Lift the Spring #9 Guide Ass’y ´ in the direction
of arrow “A”.
1) Remove the screw Œ.
2) Lift the FE Head ´.
Note :
1) Take extreme care not to get grease on the tape
Guide Post.
2) After reinstalling, check the bottom side of the Post
#9 Guide to the top side of Main Base.
ΠFE HEAD
"A"
ΠSPRING #9 GUIDE
´ LEVER #9 GUIDE ASS`Y
"B"
Fig. 4-29 FE Head Removal
Fig. 4-28 Lever #9 Guide Ass’y Removal
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Disassembly and Reassembly
4-3-21 ACE Head Removal
4-3-22 Slider S, T Ass’y Removal
1) Pull out the FPC from connector of ACE Head
Ass’y ´.
2) Remove the screw Œ.
3) Lift the ACE Head Ass’y ´.
1) Move the Slider S, T Ass’y Œ, ´ to slot, and then
lift it to remove. (Refer to arrow)
ΠSLIDER S ASS`Y
ΠSCREW
´ SLIDER T ASS`Y
´ HEAD ACE ASS`Y
Fig. 4-31 Slider S, T Ass’y Removal
Fig. 4-30 ACE Head Removal
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4-3-23 Plate Ground Deck, Cylinder Ass’y Removal
4-3-24 Belt Pulley Removal
1) Remove the 3 Screws Œ.
2) Lift the Plate Ground Deck ´.
3) Lift the Cylinder Ass’y ˇ.
1) Remove the Belt Pulley Œ.
Note : Take extreme care not to get grease on Belt
Pulley Πat assembling or reassembling.
Assembly :
1) Match the 3 holes in the bottom of Cylinder ass'y
ˇ to the 3 holes of Main Base as attending not to
drop or knock the Cylinder ass'y ˇ.
2) Tighten the 1 Screw Œ.
3) Match the Plate Ground Deck ´ to the Hole of
Base Main.
4) Tighten the other 2 Screws Œ.
ΠBELT PULLEY
Note :
1) Take care not to touch the Cylinder Ass'y ˇ and
the tape guide post at reinstalling.
2) When reinstalling, Don't push down too much on
Screw Driver.
Π3 SCREWS
Fig. 4-33 Belt Pulley Removal
´ PLATE GROUND DECK
4-3-25 Level Head Cleaner Ass’y Removal
(Optional)
1) Release the Hook Œ.
2) Lift the Lever Head Cleaner Ass’y ´.
´ LEVER HEAD CLEANER ASS'Y
ΠHOOK
SLEEVE-HEAD CLEANER
ˇ CYLINDER ASS'Y
Fig. 4-32 Plate Ground Deck, Cylinder Ass’y Removal
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Fig. 4-34 Level Head Cleaner Ass’y Removal
4-17
Disassembly and Reassembly
4-3-26 Damper Capstan, Motor Capstan Ass’y
Removal
1) Remove the Damper Capstan Πin the direction
of arrow.
2) Remove the 3 Screws ´.
3) Remove the Motor Capstan Ass’y ˇ.
4-3-27 How to Eject the Cassette Tape
(If the unit does not operate on condition that is
inserted into housing ass’y)
1) Turn the Gear worm Πclockwise with screw
driver.(Refer to arrow)
(Other method : Remove the Screw of Motor Load
Ass'y, Separate the Motor Load Ass'y)
Assembly :
1) Match the 3 holes of Motor Capstan Ass’y ˇ to the
3 holes of Main Base. Be careful not to drop or
knock the Motor Capstan Ass'y ˇ.
2) Tighten the 3 Screws ´ in the direction of arrow
as shown detail drawing.
3) Assemble the Damper Capstan Œ.
ΠGEAR WORM
Note : After tightening screws, check if there is gap
between the head of screws and the top side of Main
Base. There should have no gap between the head of
screws and the top side of Main Base.
After reinstalling, adjusting the tape transport
system again.
´ 3 SCREWS
A
B
Fig. 4-36
C
ΠDAMPER CAPSTAN
2) When Slider S,T are approched in the position of
unloading, rotate holder Clutch counterclockwise
after inserting screw driver in the hole of frame's
bottom in order to wind the unwinded tape.
(Refer to Fig. 4-37)
(If you rotate Gear Worm Πcontinuously when
tape is in state of unwinding, you may cause a
tape contamination by grease and tape damage.
Be sure to wind the unwinded tape in the state of
set horizently.)
3) Rotate Gear Worm Πclockwise using screw driver
again up to the state of eject mode and then pick
out the tape.(Refer to Fig. 4-36)
ˇ MOTOR CAPSTAN ASS'Y
Fig. 4-35 Damper Capstan,Motor Capstan Ass’y Removal
FRAME
Fig. 4-37
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Disassembly and Reassembly
4-4 The table of clearing, Lubrication and replacement time about principal parts
1) The replacement time of parts is not life of parts.
2) The table 1-1 is that the VCR Set is in normal condition (normal temperature, normal humidity).
The checking period may be changed owing to the condition of use, runtime and environmental conditions.
3) Life of the Cylinder Ass’y is depend on the condition of use.
4) See exploded view for location of each parts.
<Table 4-1>
*
T
A
PE
P
A
T
H
S
Y
S
T
E
M
D
R
I
V
I
N
G
S
Y
S
T
E
M
B
R
A
K
E
S
Y
S
T
E
M
Parts Name
POST TENSION
SLANT POST S, T
#8 GUIDE SHAFT
CAPSTAN SHAFT
#9 GUIDE POST
#3 GUIDE POST
GUIDE ROLLER S, T
CYLINDER ASS’Y
FE HEAD
ACE HEAD
PINCH ROLLER
POST REEL S, T
SLEEVE TENSION
POST CENTER
LEVER IDLE BOSS (2Point)
CAPSTAN MOTOR PULLEY
BELT PULLEY
HOLDER CLUTCH ASS’Y
GEAR CENTER ASS’Y
GEAR IDLE (2Point)
LOADING MOTOR
BAND BRAKE ASS’Y
BRAKE T ASS’Y
Checking Period
500
1000
1500
2000
2500
3000
3500
4000
4500
5000
∆
∆
∆
∆
∆
∆
∆
∆
∆
∆
∆
∆
∆
∆
∆
∆
∆
∆
O
∆
O
O
◆
◆
◆
∆
∆
∆
∆
∆
∆
∆
O
∆
O
O
∆
∆
∆
∆
∆
∆
O
O
O
O
O
◆
◆
◆
∆
∆
∆
∆
∆
∆
O
O
O
O
O
∆
∆
∆
∆
∆
∆
O
O
O
O
O
◆
◆
◆
∆
∆
∆
∆
∆
∆
O
O
O
O
O
∆
∆
∆
∆
∆
∆
O
O
O
O
O
◆
◆
◆
∆
∆
∆
∆
∆
∆
O
O
O
O
O
∆
∆
∆
∆
∆
∆
O
O
O
O
O
◆
◆
◆
∆
∆
∆ : Cleaning
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◆
∆
∆
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
◆
∆
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
∆
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
◆
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
◆
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O : Check and replacement in necessary
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
◆
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
Remark
- To clean the parts, use patch and
alcohol (solvent).
- After cleaning, use the video tape
after alcohol is gone away completely.
- We recommend to use oil [EP-50]
or solvent.
- One or two drops of oil should be
applied after
cleaning with alcohol.
- Periodic time of applying oil (Apply
oil after cleaning)
- The excessive applying oil may be
the cause of
malfunction.
◆ : Add Oil
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5. Alignment and Adjustment
5-1 Reference
1) X-Point (Tracking center) adjustment, “Head switching adjustment” and “NVRAM option setting” can be adjusted with remote control.
2) When replacing the micom (IC601) be sure to adjust the “Head switching adjustment” and “NVRAM option setting”.
3) When replacing the cylinder ass’y, be sure to adjust the “X-Point” and “Head switching adjustment”.
4) Remote control used for same chassis as a accessory is available for all adjustments.
5) How to adjustment.
- Monmently short-circuit the test point on Main PCB with pincets to set the adjustment mode.
- If the corresponding adjustment button is pressed, the adjustment is preformed automatically.
- If the adjustment is completed, be sure to turn the power off.
5-1-1 Location of adjustment button of remote control
X-Point (Tracking Center)
Adjustment
VCR
TV
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
0
100
POWER
VC-413
EJECT
PLAY
REW
ENTER
FF
STOP
SLOW
REMAIN/
DISPLAY COUNTER
COUNT
RESET
PAUSE/STILL
SP/ SLP
Head Switching Adjustment
I.SELECT
REC
TV VOL
TIMER
PROG.
CANCEL
NVRAM Option Setting
Fig. 5-1
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5-1
Alignment and Adjustment
5-1-2 Test point location for adjustment mode setting
Short-Circuit for few seconds and release.
(Just one time)
Fig. 5-2 Main PCB (Top View)
5-2
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5-2 Mechanical Adjustment
5-2-1 Tape Transport System and Adjustment Locations
The tape transport system has been adjusted precisely in the factory. Alignment is not necessary except for the
following :
1) Noise observed on the screen.
2) Tape damage.
3) Parts replacement in the tape transport system.
Lower flange height of tape guide is used as the reference for the transport adjustment.
To maintain the height of the tape guide and prevent damage, do not apply excessive force onto the main base.
CYLINDER ASS'Y
GUIDE ROLLER "S"
GUIDE ROLLER "T"
FULL ERASE HEAD
HEIGHT SCREW
#3 GUIDE POST
TENSION POST
PINCH ROLLER
TILT SCREW
X - POSITION
ADJUST SILT
#9 GUIDE POST
AZIMUTH SCREW
CAPSTAN
#8 GUIDE POST
TAKE UP REEL DISK
SUPPLY REEL DISK
Fig. 5-3 Location of Tape Transport Adjustment
PINCH ROLLER
FE HEAD
CYLINDER ASS'Y
GUIDE ROLLER "S"
GUIDE ROLLER "T"
POST TENSION
#8 GUIDE POST #9 GUIDE POST
#3 GUIDE POST
MAIN BASE
ACE HEAD
CAPSTAN SHAFT
Fig. 5-4 Tape Travel Diagram
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5-3
Alignment and Adjustment
5-2-2 Tape Transport System Adjustment
When parts are replaced, perform the required adjustments by referring to precedures for the tape transport
system. If there are any changes to the tape path, first run a T-120 tape and make sure excessive tape wrinkle does
not occur at the tape guides.
1) If tape wrinkle is observed at the guide roller S, T, turn the guide roller S, T until wrinkle disappears.
2) If the tape wrinkle is still observed at the tape guide, perform the tilt adjustment of the ACE head.
(1) ACE Head Assembly Adjustment
Test point :
TP601 (Control Pulse)
TP602 (H’D S/W -Trigger)
TP301 (Envelope)
TP302 (Audio output)
TP303 (Video output)
Test tape :
ST-N1
BLANK TAPE : T-160
AUDIO OUTPUT
ENVELOPE
HEAD SWITCHING
Fig. 5-5 Location of Test point (Main PCB-Top View)
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Alignment and Adjustment
a. ACE HEAD HEIGHT ADJUSTMENT
b. ACE HEAD TILT ADJUSTMENT
1) Run the alignment tape (Color bar) in the playback
mode.
2) Observe surface of the audio head using a dental
mirror.
3) Turn screw (C) clockwise or counterclockwise until
the gap of lower tape edge and the lower edge of
the control head is about 0.25mm.
(Refer to Fig. 5-6 and 5-7)
1) Playback a blank tape and observe the position of
the tape at the lower flange of tape guide.
2) Confirm that there is no curl or wrinkle at the
lower flange of tape guide as shown in Fig. 5-8 (B).
3) If a curl or wrinkle of the tape occurrs, slightly
turn the screw (A) tilt adjust on the ACE head ass’y.
4) Reconfirm the ACE head height.
SCREW (A)
TLIT ADJUST
(A)
(B)
(BAD)
(GOOD)
SCREW (C)
HEIGHT ADJUST
WRINKLE
X-POSITION
ADJUSTING SLIT
SCREW (D)
X-POSITION LOCKING
SCREW (B)
AZIMUTH ADJUST
Fig. 5-6 Location of ACE Head Adjustment Screw
Fig. 5-8 Tape Guide Check
c. AUDIO AZIMUTH ADJUSTMENT
AUDIO HEAD
VIDEO HEAD
0 ~ 0 .25 mm
1) Load alignment tape (Mono scope) and playback
the 7KHz signal.
2) Connect channel-1 scope probe to audio output
test point (TP302).
3) Adjust screw (B) to achieve maximum audio level.
(See Fig. 5-6)
CONTROL HEAD
d. ACE HEAD POSITION (X-POINT) ADJUSTMENT
Fig. 5-7 ACE Head Height Adjustment
1) Playback the alignment tape (Color bar).
2) Monmently short-circuit the test point on Main
PCB with pincers to set the adjustment mode.
(See Fig. 5-2 )
3) Press the “5” button of remote control then adjustment is operated automatically. (See Fig. 5-1)
4) Connect the CH-1 probe to TP301 (Envelope) the
CH-2 probe to TP602 (H’D switching pulse) and
then trigger to CH-1.
5) Insert the (-) driver into the X-Point adjustment
hole and adjust it so that envelope wavwform is
maximum.
6) Turn the Power off.
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Alignment and Adjustment
(2) Linearity adjustment (Guide roller S, T adjustment)
1) Playback the Mono Scope alignment tape (SP mode).
2) Observe the video envelope signal on an oscilloscope (triggered by the video switching pulse).
3) Make sure the video envelope waveform (at its
minimum) meets the specification shown in
Fig. 5-9.
If it does not, adjust as follows :
c
a
b
abcd
c,b,d/a
d
63%
Fig. 5-9 Envelope Waveform Adjustment
Note :
a=Maximum output of the video RF envelope.
b=Minimum output of the video RF envelope at the
entrance side.
c=Minimum output of the video RF envelope at the
center point.
d=Maximum output of the video RF envelope at the
exit side.
H'D SWITCHING
PULSE
A
ENVELOPE
4) If the section A in Fig. 5-10 does not meet the specification, adjust the guide roller S up or down.
5) If the section B in Fig. 5-10 does not meet the specification, adjust the guide roller T up or down.
B
A
B
Fig. 5-10 Adjustment Points
6) Play back the Mono Scope alignment tape (SP mode).
7) Connect an oscilloscope CH-1 to the Envelope and CH-2 to the H’D SW Pulse for triggering.
8) Turn the guide roller heads with a flat head (
) driver to obtain a flat video RF envelope as shown in Fig. 5-11.
IDEAL ENVELOPE
S HEIGHT TOO HIGH
S HEIGHT TOO LOW
T HEIGHT TOO HIGH
GUIDE ROLLER S
T HEIGHT TOO LOW
GUIDE ROLLER T
Fig. 5-11 Guide Roller S, T Height Adjustment
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(3) Check Transitional Operation from RPS to Play
(4) Envelope Check
Check transition from RPS mode to play mode :
Using a pre-recorded SP tape, make sure the entry
side of envelope comes to an appropriate steady state
within 3 seconds (as shown in Fig. 5-12).
If the envelope waveform does not reach specified
peak-to peak amplitude within 3 seconds, adjust as
follows :
1) Make recordings on T-120 (E-120) and T-160
(E-180) tape.
Make sure the playback output envelope meets the
specification as shown in Fig. 5-13.
2) Play back a self recorded tape (recording made on
the unit using with T-120 (E-120).
The video envelope should meet the specification
as shown in Fig. 5-13.
In SP mode, (A) should equal (B).
If the head gap is wide, upper cylinder should be
checked.
1) Make sure there is no gap between the supply
roller lower flange and the tape.
If there is a gap, adjust the supply guide roller
again.
2) Change operation mode from the RPS to the play
mode (again) and make sure the entry side of
envelope rises within 3 second.
A
B
ENTRANCE SIDE ENVELOPE
Fig. 5-13 Envelope Output and Output Level
(5) Tape Wrinkle Check
Fig. 5-12 Video Envelope Rising when Operation mode Changes
from RPS to Play Mode
1) Run the T-160 (E-180) tape in the playback, FPS,
RPS and Pause modes and observe tape wrinkle at
each guide.
2) If excessive tape wrinkle is observed, perform the
following adjustments in Playback mode :
◆ Tape wrinkle at the guide roller S, T section :
Linearity adjustment.
◆ Tape wrinkle at tape guide flange :
ACE head assembly coarse adjustment.
5-2-3 Reel Torue
1) The rotation of the capstan motor causes the
Holder Clutch Ass’y to rotate through the Belt
Pulley.
2) The spring wrap PLAY/REV of holder clutch ass’y
drives the disk reel S, T through gear idle by rotation of gear center ass’y.
3) Brake is operated by slider cam at FF/REW mode.
4) Transportation of accurate driving force is done by
gears. (Gear Center Ass’y)
<Table 5-1>
MODE
TORQUE g/cm
GAUGE
PB
42 ± 11
Cassette Torquemeter
RPS
145 ± 30
Cassette Torquemeter
Note : If the spec. does not meet the followings specifications, replace the holder clutch ass’y and then
recheck.
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5-7
Alignment and Adjustment
5-3 Head Switching Point Adjustment
1) Playback the alignment tape.
2) Monmently short-circuit the test point on Main PCB with pincers to set the adjustment mode. (See Fig. 5-2 )
3) Press the “SP/SLP” button of remote control then adjustment is operated automatically. (See Fig. 5-1)
4) Turn the Power off.
5-4 NVRAM Option Setting
1) NVRAM Option is adjusted at production line basically.
2) In case Micom (IC601) and NVRAM (IC603 ; EEPROM) is replaced, be sure to set the corresponding ooption number of the repaired
model. (If the option is not set, the unit is not operated.)
1) Monmently short-circuit the test point on Main PCB with pincers to set the adjustment mode. (See Fig. 5-2 )
2) Press the “PROG.” button of remote control about 5 seconds then option setting display is appeared.
(See Fig. 5-14)
3) Select the option number (See Table 5-2) of corresponding model with “FF” and “REW” button of remote
control.
4) If selecting the option number is completed, press the “PLAY” button of remote control.
(If “PLAY” button is pressed, the selected number is changes reversed color. ; See Fig. 5-14)
5) Press the “ENTER” button of remote control again to store the option number.
(“SAVE” is displayed for a second as shown Fig. 5-15 this setting is completed.)
6) Turn the Power off.
01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08
01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08
09 10 11 12 13 14 15 16
09 10 11 12 13 14 15 16
17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24
17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24
ENTER : SAVE
ENTER : SAVE
Fig. 5-14
Fig. 5-15
<Table 5-2>
MODEL
W-412
5-8
OPTION NUMBER
6, 10, 11, 14, 19, 21, 23
Toshiba
6. Exploded View
6-1 Packing Assembly - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 6-2
6-2 Instrument Assembly - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 6-3
6-3 Mechanical Parts (Top Side) - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 6-4
6-4 Mechanical Parts (Bottom Side) - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
Toshiba
6-5
6-1
Exploded View
6-1 Packing Assembly
Y102
Y101
UT01
A702
A702
A701
6-2
Toshiba
Toshiba
21
22
FULL DECK (S.N.A)
BRACKET-FRAME
(S.N.A)
157
153
1
S601A
601
CN605B
CN303B
200
S.N.A : Service Not Available
S602A
BOTTOM-COVER (S.N.A)
LD601A
TM401B
101
155
Exploded View
6-2 Instrument Assembly
6-3
Exploded View
6-3 Mechanical Parts (Top Side)
G001
K490
K502
K530
G530
G555
B473
G450
B474
G510
G420
G680
G480
(OPTIONAL)
K546
K250
K240
(OPTIONAL)
K248
B575
G681
B410
K350
K110
B440
K182
B448
K340
K330
B452
G546
K470
K140
K188
G527
G520
G060
6-4
G070
Toshiba
Exploded View
6-4 Mechanical Parts (Bottom Side)
G542
B462
B456
B560
B460
B500
B458
B464
B501
B484
B488
B489
B468
K222
K200
K225
K221
B478
B570
Toshiba
6-5
7. Replacement Parts List
Loc.No.
TSB Parts No.
Reference No.
Description ; Specification
Remark
- PACKING PARTS A701
A702
UT01
Y101
Y102
BY730777
BY730464
BY730782
BY634424
BY634274
AC69-00039N
AC69-00041A
AC59-00019G
AC68-01085A
AC39-42001J
PACKING CASE;W-412/TSB,SW2MA+LAMI,-,-,42
CUSHION-F/B;M-656/TSB,EPS,-,-,-,-,REMOCON-ASSY;VC-413T,TSB,MONO,-,-,-,-,-,
MANUAL USERS;W-412/TSB,-,-,-,MOJO100,-,W
CABLE-RF ASSY;#1365,-,1.2MT,75-75OHM,-,-
- INSTRUMENT PARTS 1
21
22
101
153
155
157
200
CN303B
CN605B
LD601A
S601A
S602A
TM401B
BY730771
BY730785
BY730093
BY730050
70790218
70790082
70790002
BY634046
BY634415
BY634065
BY730082
BY730080
BY730080
BY730077
AC97-01267D
AC64-00485B
AC61-62032A
AC64-30892B
AC60-12126A
AC60-12134A
AC60-10063A
AC39-10200N
3809-001206
3809-001131
AC61-21009A
AC61-21008A
AC61-21008A
AC61-11054A
ASSY-PANEL FRONT;HIPS94V2,W-412/TSB,T/BL
DOOR-CASSETTE;W-412/TSB,ABS94HB,-,BLK,-,
SPRING-MASK;X-9,-,SUS,-,4.4,-,SV-C130
CABINET-TOP;X-9 NO BRAND,SECC,PCM,0.5,36
SCREW-BH;-,BH,-,4*12,FE,FZY,-,-,SCREW-TAP BH;-,BH,-,2-4X16,-,FE
SCREW-TAPTITE;BH,+,-,M3,L12,ZPC3,SWRCH18
POWER-CORD;EP2,SPT-2,AWG#18,1.8MT,WAFER,
CABLE-FLAT;30V,-20to+80C,140mm,6P,1.25mm
CABLE-FLAT;30V,80C,110MM,7P,1.25MM,UL289
HOLDER-LED;-,POM(M90-44),-,BLK,-,X-9
HOLDER-SENSOR;-,POM(M90-44),-,BLK,-,X-9
HOLDER-SENSOR;-,POM(M90-44),-,BLK,-,X-9
CONNECTOR BOARD;MONO,HIPS94,HB,T2.0,100*
- MECHANICAL PARTS B410
B448
B452
B456
B458
B462
B464
B468
B473
B474
B478
B484
B488
B489
B500
B501
B560
B570
B575
G001
G060
G070
G420
G450
G480
G510
G520
G527
G530
G542
G546
G555
K110
K140
K182
K188
K200
K221
K222
K225
K240
K248
K250
K330
K340
Toshiba
BY730718
BY730743
BY730745
BY730744
BY730746
BY730073
BY730749
BY730748
BY730723
BY730244
BY730747
BY730755
BY730753
BY730751
BY730754
BY730752
BY730717
BY730071
BY730721
BY730769
BY634416
BY730728
BY730124
BY730123
BY730720
BY730479
BY730757
BY730088
BY730775
BY730122
BY730741
BY730756
BY730102
BY730103
BY730112
BY730760
BY730084
BY730111
BY730076
BY730742
BY730759
BY730725
BY730762
BY730121
BY730120
AC31-00012A
AC66-00008A
AC66-00011A
AC66-00009A
AC66-00012A
AC60-10517A
AC66-00019A
AC66-00017A
AC61-00105A
AC61-30180A
AC66-00016A
AC66-00030A
AC66-00023A
AC66-00021A
AC66-00024A
AC66-00022A
AC31-00010A
AC60-10514A
AC47-00002A
AC97-01301A
6006-001092
AC61-00161A
AC66-80142A
AC66-80141A
AC33-00009A
6006-001075
AC66-00033A
AC61-60553A
AC33-00007A
AC66-60051A
AC66-00005A
AC66-00032A
AC66-10267A
AC66-10268A
AC66-30524A
AC66-00039A
AC61-21012A
AC66-20581A
AC60-30306A
AC66-00006A
AC66-00035A
AC61-00107A
AC69-00104A
AC66-30550A
AC66-30549A
MOTOR-LOADING ASSY;-,TS-10,-,-,-,-,-,-,GEAR-WORM WHEEL;TS-10,POM,0.8,40,-,NAT,3
GEAR-FL CAM;TS-10,POM,0.8,59,-,BLK,48.48
GEAR-JOINT 1;TS-10,POM,1.5,17.5(22),-,NA
GEAR-JOINT 2;TS-10,POM,1.0,23,-,BLK,24.6
SCREW-TAP TITE;-,PH,+,-,M2.6,L5,ZPC,-,YE
SLIDER-CAM;TS-10,SECC E20/20,1.2,-,-,-,LEVER-PINCH DRIVE;TS-10,SECC E20/20,1.0
SPRING-PINCH DRIVE;TS-10,SUS304-WPB,-,-,
PLATE-JOINT;-,SECC20/20,T0.8,-,X-9
LEVER-TENSION DRIVE;TS-10,SECC E20/20,1
GEAR-LOADING DR. ASS’Y;TS-10,POM+SWPB,-,
LEVER-S LOADING;TS-10,POM,-,-,-,-,NAT,LINK-LOADING S;TS-10,SECC E20/20,0.8,-,LEVER-T LOADING;TS-10,POM,-,-,-,-,NAT,LINK-LOADING T;TS-10,SECC E20/20,0.8,-,MOTOR-CAPSTAN;-,SANKYO,-,SCREW-CAPSTAN;-,PH,+,M2.6,L6,DAMPER-CAPSTAN;TS-10,POM,-,-,BLACK
ASSY-CYLINDER;NTSC,CTS10A,4HD, ALPS H’d
SCREW-ASS’Y MACH;WS,PH,+,M3.0,L6.0,ZPC(Y
PLATE-GROUND DECK;TS-10,SPTE,T0.3,SLIDER-SUPPLY ASSY;-,X-9(TS),-,-,-,X-9
SLIDER-TAKE UP ASSY;-,X-9(TS),-,-,-,X-9
HEAD-ACE ASS’Y;-,PPS,TS-10,-,SCREW-ASS’Y TAPT;WSP,PH,+,M2.6,L5.0,ZPC(
LEVER-#9 GUIDE ASS’Y;TS-10,-,-,-,-,-,-,SPRING-#9 GUIDE;-,ES,SUS304-WPB,OD3.1,0.
HEAD-FE;-,-,HVFHPOO43A,-,BELT-PULLEY;-,5CM-70,2 * 2,-,71.3,-,X-9
LEVER-FL DOOR;TS-10,POM,-,-,-,-,NAT,LEVER-UNIT PINCH ASS’Y;TS-10,-,-,-,-,-,REEL-DISK S;X-9,POM,-,-,-,-,-,REEL-DISK T;X-9,POM,-,-,-,-,-,LEVER-IDLER;-,POM,-,-,-,-,-,GEAR-IDLE;TS-10,PET K3372,0.5,-,-,NTR,28
HOLDER-CLUTCH ASSY;-,-,-,-,-,X-9
GEAR-CENTER ASSY;-,POM,M=O.5,-,HIGHT T.,
WASHER-SLIT;-,-,ID2.1,OD5.0,T0.5,-,POLYS
LEVER-UP DOWN;TS-10,POM,-,-,-,-,NAT,LEVER-TENSION ASS’Y;TS-10,SECC E20/20+SU
SPRING-TENSION LEVER;TS-10,SUS304-WPB,-,
BAND-BRAKE ASS’Y;TS-10,-,-,-,-,-,LEVER-S.BRAKE ASSY;-,POM+SUS,-,-,-,X-9
LEVER-T.BRAKE ASSY;-,POM+SUS,-,-,-,X-9
7-1
Replacement Parts List
Loc.No.
TSB Parts No.
Reference No.
Description ; Specification
K350
K470
K490
K502
K530
K546
BY730724
BY730750
BY730726
BY730091
BY730758
BY730086
AC61-00106A
AC66-00020A
AC61-00120A
AC61-60561A
AC66-00034A
AC61-50658A
SPRING-BRAKE;TS-10,SUS304-WPB,-,-,-,-,-,
SLIDER-FL DRIVE;TS-10,SECC E20/20,1.0,-,
HOLDER-FL CASS. ASS’Y;TS-10,-,-,-,-,SPRING-FL.LEVER-LR;-,ES,SUS304 WPB,PI2.7
LEVER-FL ARM ASS’Y;TS-10,-,-,-,-,-,-,GUIDE-CASS. DOOR;X-9,POM,-,NTR,-,-
Remark
- ELECTRICAL PARTS 601
BY630153
AC92-00765G
ASSY PCB-MAIN;W-412/TSB,TS-10,4HD,120V
0604-001028
AC14-12006D
1204-001755
AC09-00191A
1003-001318
1103-001148
AC14-12006C
PHOTO-COUPLER;TR,50-600%,250mW,DIP-4,ST
IC;KA431Z,TO-92,TAPING
IC-VIDEO PROCESS;LA71200M,QFP,80P,-,PLAS
IC MICOM;MN101D02D-CT,W-618,100P,5V,14.
IC-MOTOR DRIVER;LB11880,DIP,30P,417MIL,IC-EEPROM;24C021,2KBIT,DIP,8P,300MIL,10M
IC;KA7533,DIP,-
0604-001122
0604-001122
0501-000616
0501-000616
0501-000616
0504-000142
0501-000398
0501-000442
0502-001123
0501-000303
0501-000398
0501-000303
0501-000442
0501-000303
0501-000442
0501-000442
0501-000290
0501-000290
0501-000290
0501-000290
0501-000290
0501-000398
0501-000398
0501-000398
0501-000398
0501-000398
0501-000398
0501-000398
0501-000398
0501-000303
0603-001011
0603-001011
PHOTO-INTERRUPTER;TR,0.065%,150mW,DIP-4,
PHOTO-INTERRUPTER;TR,0.065%,150mW,DIP-4,
TR-SMALL SIGNAL;KSC2328A-Y,NPN,1W,TO-92L
TR-SMALL SIGNAL;KSC2328A-Y,NPN,1W,TO-92L
TR-SMALL SIGNAL;KSC2328A-Y,NPN,1W,TO-92L
TR-DIGITAL;KSR2001,PNP,300MW,4.7K/4.7K,T
TR-SMALL SIGNAL;KSC945,NPN,250mW,TO-92,T
TR-SMALL SIGNAL;KTC3203-Y,NPN,400MW,T0-9
TR-POWER;KTC4419,NPN,30W,TO-220,ST,10-4
TR-SMALL SIGNAL;KSA733,PNP,250mW,TO-92,T
TR-SMALL SIGNAL;KSC945,NPN,250mW,TO-92,T
TR-SMALL SIGNAL;KSA733,PNP,250mW,TO-92,T
TR-SMALL SIGNAL;KTC3203-Y,NPN,400MW,T0-9
TR-SMALL SIGNAL;KSA733,PNP,250mW,TO-92,T
TR-SMALL SIGNAL;KTC3203-Y,NPN,400MW,T0-9
TR-SMALL SIGNAL;KTC3203-Y,NPN,400MW,T0-9
TR-SMALL SIGNAL;KSA643-Y,PNP,500mW,TO-92
TR-SMALL SIGNAL;KSA643-Y,PNP,500mW,TO-92
TR-SMALL SIGNAL;KSA643-Y,PNP,500mW,TO-92
TR-SMALL SIGNAL;KSA643-Y,PNP,500mW,TO-92
TR-SMALL SIGNAL;KSA643-Y,PNP,500mW,TO-92
TR-SMALL SIGNAL;KSC945,NPN,250mW,TO-92,T
TR-SMALL SIGNAL;KSC945,NPN,250mW,TO-92,T
TR-SMALL SIGNAL;KSC945,NPN,250mW,TO-92,T
TR-SMALL SIGNAL;KSC945,NPN,250mW,TO-92,T
TR-SMALL SIGNAL;KSC945,NPN,250mW,TO-92,T
TR-SMALL SIGNAL;KSC945,NPN,250mW,TO-92,T
TR-SMALL SIGNAL;KSC945,NPN,250mW,TO-92,T
TR-SMALL SIGNAL;KSC945,NPN,250mW,TO-92,T
TR-SMALL SIGNAL;KSA733,PNP,250mW,TO-92,T
PHOTO-TR;NPN,35V,6V,50mA,75mW,BK
PHOTO-TR;NPN,35V,6V,50mA,75mW,BK
0402-000127
0402-000127
0401-000101
0401-000101
0401-000101
0401-000101
0401-000101
0401-000101
0402-001196
0402-001196
0402-001196
0402-001196
0402-000012
0402-001194
0402-000431
0402-001195
0401-000101
0402-000127
0402-000127
0401-000101
0402-000127
DIODE-RECTIFIER;1N4002,100V,1A,DO-41,TP
DIODE-RECTIFIER;1N4002,100V,1A,DO-41,TP
DIODE-SWITCHING;1N4148,100V,200mA,DO-35,
DIODE-SWITCHING;1N4148,100V,200mA,DO-35,
DIODE-SWITCHING;1N4148,100V,200mA,DO-35,
DIODE-SWITCHING;1N4148,100V,200mA,DO-35,
DIODE-SWITCHING;1N4148,100V,200mA,DO-35,
DIODE-SWITCHING;1N4148,100V,200mA,DO-35,
DIODE-RECTIFIER;1T5,600V,1A,TS-1,TP
DIODE-RECTIFIER;1T5,600V,1A,TS-1,TP
DIODE-RECTIFIER;1T5,600V,1A,TS-1,TP
DIODE-RECTIFIER;1T5,600V,1A,TS-1,TP
DIODE-RECTIFIER;UF4007,1KV,1A,DO-41,TP
DIODE-RECTIFIER;UG2D,200V,2A,DO-204AC,TP
DIODE-RECTIFIER;FML-M02S,200V,2.5A,TO-22
DIODE-RECTIFIER;F1T4,400V,1.0A,TS-1,TP
DIODE-SWITCHING;1N4148,100V,200mA,DO-35,
DIODE-RECTIFIER;1N4002,100V,1A,DO-41,TP
DIODE-RECTIFIER;1N4002,100V,1A,DO-41,TP
DIODE-SWITCHING;1N4148,100V,200mA,DO-35,
DIODE-RECTIFIER;1N4002,100V,1A,DO-41,TP
- INTEGRATED CIRCUIT IC1SS1
IC1SS2
IC301
IC601
IC602
IC603
IC6B1
BY530004
BY631008
BY631153
BY631151
BY631126
BY631045
70795269
- TRANSISTOR PT601
PT602
Q1P101
Q1P102
Q1P107
Q1P108
Q1P109
Q1SR01
Q1SR02
Q302
Q303
Q304
Q305
Q306
Q307
Q308
Q701
Q702
Q703
Q704
Q705
Q706
Q707
Q708
Q709
Q710
Q711
Q712
Q713
Q801
S601
S602
BY530005
BY530005
70693265
70693265
70693265
70693084
70795136
70795142
BY530002
70795134
70795136
70795134
70795142
70795134
70795142
70795142
70795818
70795818
70795818
70795818
70795818
70795136
70795136
70795136
70795136
70795136
70795136
70795136
70795136
70795134
BY530003
BY530003
- DIODES D1P101
D1P102
D1P106
D1P109
D1SD01
D1SD02
D1SR01
D1SR02
D1SS01
D1SS02
D1SS03
D1SS04
D1SS05
D1SS06
D1SS07
D1SS08
D601
D603
D604
D605
D606
7-2
70796385
70796385
70795150
70795150
70795150
70795150
70795150
70795150
BY430012
BY430012
BY430012
BY430012
BY430047
BY430010
BY430009
BY430011
70795150
70796385
70796385
70795150
70796385
Toshiba
Replacement Parts List
Loc.No.
TSB Parts No.
Reference No.
Description ; Specification
D607
D701
D702
D703
D704
D705
D706
D708
LD601
ZD1P01
ZD1P02
ZD1P03
ZD1P05
ZD1SR1
70796385
70795150
70795150
70795150
70795150
70795150
70795150
70795150
BY430016
70795272
BY430005
BY430013
BY430015
70795438
0402-000127
0401-000101
0401-000101
0401-000101
0401-000101
0401-000101
0401-000101
0401-000101
0601-000517
0403-000390
0403-000717
0403-000720
0403-001211
0403-000571
DIODE-RECTIFIER;1N4002,100V,1A,DO-41,TP
DIODE-SWITCHING;1N4148,100V,200mA,DO-35,
DIODE-SWITCHING;1N4148,100V,200mA,DO-35,
DIODE-SWITCHING;1N4148,100V,200mA,DO-35,
DIODE-SWITCHING;1N4148,100V,200mA,DO-35,
DIODE-SWITCHING;1N4148,100V,200mA,DO-35,
DIODE-SWITCHING;1N4148,100V,200mA,DO-35,
DIODE-SWITCHING;1N4148,100V,200mA,DO-35,
LED-IR;RECTANGULA,4x6.0mm,75mW,6V,950
DIODE-ZENER;UZP33B,33V,31.4-34.6V,1W,DODIODE-ZENER;MTZJ5.1B,5.1V,4.94-5.2V,500m
DIODE-ZENER;MTZJ9.1B,9.1V,8.57-9.01V,500
DIODE-ZENER;MTZJ12B,11.44-12.03V,500MW,D
DIODE-ZENER;UZP43B,43V,40-46V,1W,DO-41,T
3301-000297
AC27-92001M
3301-000297
2701-000002
AC27-12001N
AC27-12001N
3301-000297
3301-000297
3301-000297
3301-000297
3301-000297
2702-000120
2701-000002
3301-000297
2701-000002
3301-000297
AC27-80100C
AC29-00003A
CORE-FERRITE BEAD;AA,3.6x1.2x5.7mm,1400,
INDUCTOR;70UH-M RT BFS3565R2F,-,-,-,CORE-FERRITE BEAD;AA,3.6x1.2x5.7mm,1400,
INDUCTOR-AXIAL;100uH,10%,4.2x9.8mm
COIL-CHOKE;10UH-15%,RA,K-30,Q80,150KHZ,COIL-CHOKE;10UH-15%,RA,K-30,Q80,150KHZ,CORE-FERRITE BEAD;AA,3.6x1.2x5.7mm,1400,
CORE-FERRITE BEAD;AA,3.6x1.2x5.7mm,1400,
CORE-FERRITE BEAD;AA,3.6x1.2x5.7mm,1400,
CORE-FERRITE BEAD;AA,3.6x1.2x5.7mm,1400,
CORE-FERRITE BEAD;AA,3.6x1.2x5.7mm,1400,
INDUCTOR-RADIAL;15mH,5%,6.2x7.4mm
INDUCTOR-AXIAL;100uH,10%,4.2x9.8mm
CORE-FERRITE BEAD;AA,3.6x1.2x5.7mm,1400,
INDUCTOR-AXIAL;100uH,10%,4.2x9.8mm
CORE-FERRITE BEAD;AA,3.6x1.2x5.7mm,1400,
COIL-OSC;7mm,2.4mH,FILTER LINE NOISE;-,20mH MIN,-,-,-
2401-001730
2401-001254
2401-001254
2401-000598
2401-002165
2401-003107
2401-001254
2201-000828
2201-000930
2301-000423
2401-001681
2401-000905
2401-001235
2301-000417
2301-000180
2305-001021
2401-003137
2201-000812
2201-000916
2401-000385
2401-002162
2401-001126
2401-001479
2301-000129
2401-003059
2401-000598
2203-001721
2007-001641
2202-000164
2401-000598
2203-001557
2401-003107
2401-000918
2401-000414
2401-001915
2202-002037
2401-000414
2203-000476
2401-000598
2401-000598
2401-001915
C-AL;10uF,20%,50V,GP,TP,5x11,2.5
C-AL;4.7uF,20%,35V,GP,TP,4x7,5
C-AL;4.7uF,20%,35V,GP,TP,4x7,5
C-AL;1uF,20%,50V,GP,TP,4x7,5
C-AL;100uF,20%,16V,GP,TP,6.3x7,5
C-AL;47uF,20%,16V,GP,TP,5x7,5
C-AL;4.7uF,20%,35V,GP,TP,4x7,5
C-CERAMIC,DISC;3.3nF,20%,400V,Y5U,TP,15x
C-CERAMIC,DISC;0.22nF,10%,500V,Y5P,TP,5.
C-FILM,PEF;3.3nF,5%,100V,TP,7x10x4.5mm,5
C-AL;82uF,20%,200V,GP,TP,16x26,7.5m
C-AL;22uF,20%,16V,BP,-,6x11,2.5mm
C-AL;4.7uF,20%,250V,WT,TP,10x12.5,5
C-FILM,PEF;24nF,5%,50V,TP,6.5x10.5x4mm,5
C-FILM,PEF;18nF,0.05,100V,TP,7.2x4.5x8.0
C-FILM,MPEF;100nF,20%,275V,TP,17.5x7x13.
C-AL;330UF,20%,50V,WT,TP,10X16MM,5
C-CERAMIC,DISC;2.2nF,20%,400V,Y5U,BK,12.
C-CERAMIC,DISC;100pF,10%,400V,Y5U,TP,10x
C-AL;10uF,20%,100V,GP,TP,6.3x11,5
C-AL;1000uF,20%,25V,WT,TP,10x20,5mm
C-AL;330uF,20%,25V,WT,TP,10x12.5,5
C-AL;470uF,20%,10V,GP,TP,-,C-FILM,PEF;100nF,5%,50V,TP,10X9X4.3X5,5m
C-AL;1000UF,20%,16V,WT,TP,10X16,5
C-AL;1uF,20%,50V,GP,TP,4x7,5
C-CERAMIC,CHIP;360pF,5%,50V,NPO,TP,2012,
R-CHIP,MELF;0OHM,5%,1/8W,DB,BK,2012
C-CERAMIC,MLC-AXIAL;0.18nF,10%,50V,Y5P,T
C-AL;1uF,20%,50V,GP,TP,4x7,5
C-CERAMIC,CHIP;100nF,+80-20%,25V,Y5V,TP,
C-AL;47uF,20%,16V,GP,TP,5x7,5
C-AL;22uF,20%,16V,GP,-,6.3x7,5
C-AL;10uF,20%,16V,GP,TP,4x7,5
C-AL;1uF,20%,50V,GP,TP,3x5,5
C-CERAMIC,MLC-AXIAL;100nF,80-20%,50V,Y5V
C-AL;10uF,20%,16V,GP,TP,4x7,5
C-CERAMIC,CHIP;1000nF,+80-20%,16V,Y5V,TP
C-AL;1uF,20%,50V,GP,TP,4x7,5
C-AL;1uF,20%,50V,GP,TP,4x7,5
C-AL;1uF,20%,50V,GP,TP,3x5,5
Remark
- INDUCTORS BD1SR1
BD1SS1
BD1SS2
L1P101
L1SS02
L1SS03
L301
L302
L303
L304
L305
L306
L307
L601
L602
L802
FL301
L1SS01
BY330019
70795644
BY330019
BY330009
70796213
70796213
BY330019
BY330019
BY330019
BY330019
BY330019
70795171
BY330009
BY330019
BY330009
BY330019
BY330006
BY330065
- CAPACITORS C1P101
C1P103
C1P104
C1P105
C1P106
C1P108
C1P112
C1SD01
C1SD05
C1SD06
C1SR01
C1SR02
C1SR03
C1SR04
C1SR05
C1SR07
C1SS01
C1SS03
C1SS04
C1SS06
C1SS07
C1SS08
C1SS10
C1SS11
C1SS35
C301
C302
C303
C304
C305
C306
C307
C308
C309
C310
C312
C313
C314
C315
C316
C317
Toshiba
BY130017
BY130206
BY130206
BY130042
BY130280
BY130282
BY130206
BY130196
70795088
BY130270
70795578
70795430
BY130046
70795586
BY130204
BY130272
BY130187
BY130216
70795404
70795431
70796014
BY130045
BY130015
70796098
BY130050
BY130042
BY130031
70795331
70697011
BY130042
70796207
BY130282
70699092
BY130273
70795114
BY130027
BY130273
BY130191
BY130042
BY130042
70795114
7-3
Replacement Parts List
Loc.No.
TSB Parts No.
Reference No.
Description ; Specification
C318
C319
C320
C321
C322
C323
C324
C325
C326
C327
C328
C329
C330
C331
C332
C333
C334
C335
C336
C337
C338
C340
C341
C342
C343
C344
C345
C346
C347
C348
C349
C350
C351
C352
C353
C354
C356
C357
C358
C359
C360
C364
C371
C372
C399
C401
C405
C406
C407
C409
C410
C601
C602
C603
C604
C605
C606
C607
C608
C609
C610
C612
C613
C615
C616
C617
C618
C619
C620
C621
C622
C623
C624
C625
C626
C627
C628
C629
C630
70795075
70795075
BY130039
BY130282
BY130027
BY130042
BY130039
BY130042
BY130037
70795114
BY130282
70796207
70796207
BY130020
BY130020
BY130020
BY130282
70796207
BY130027
BY130282
70796207
70699092
BY130027
BY130277
70796207
70796409
70796281
BY130273
BY130166
BY130370
BY130206
BY130041
70796409
70796281
BY130206
70795075
BY130049
BY130145
70795075
BY130039
BY130039
70796281
70795254
BY130039
BY130282
BY130039
BY130049
70795075
BY130037
BY130027
70693249
BY130039
70795075
BY130039
BY130039
BY130317
70795075
BY130039
BY130280
BY130037
BY130020
70795240
BY130009
70795075
70796207
BY130009
70795463
70795750
70795750
70795463
BY130042
BY130069
BY130280
70796207
70796207
70796209
BY130277
BY130038
BY130049
2202-000797
2202-000797
2203-005549
2401-003107
2202-002037
2401-000598
2203-005549
2401-000598
2203-005547
2401-001915
2401-003107
2203-001557
2203-001557
2203-000989
2203-000989
2203-000989
2401-003107
2203-001557
2202-002037
2401-003107
2203-001557
2401-000918
2202-002037
2401-001169
2203-001557
2203-001214
2203-000260
2401-000414
2203-000495
2203-001132
2401-001254
2301-001014
2203-001214
2203-000260
2401-001254
2202-000797
2401-002144
2301-000253
2202-000797
2203-005549
2203-005549
2203-000260
2203-001671
2203-005549
2401-003107
2203-005549
2401-002144
2202-000797
2203-005547
2202-002037
2202-000807
2203-005549
2202-000797
2203-005549
2203-005549
2401-000360
2202-000797
2203-005549
2401-002165
2203-005547
2203-000989
2203-001577
2401-001545
2202-000797
2203-001557
2401-001545
2203-001612
2203-001620
2203-001620
2203-001612
2401-000598
2202-000121
2401-002165
2203-001557
2203-001557
2203-001696
2401-001169
2203-005548
2401-002144
C-CERAMIC,MLC-AXIAL;10NF,30%,16V,Y5S,TP,
C-CERAMIC,MLC-AXIAL;10NF,30%,16V,Y5S,TP,
C-CERAMIC,CHIP MELF;10nF,+80-20%,16V,Y5V
C-AL;47uF,20%,16V,GP,TP,5x7,5
C-CERAMIC,MLC-AXIAL;100nF,80-20%,50V,Y5V
C-AL;1uF,20%,50V,GP,TP,4x7,5
C-CERAMIC,CHIP MELF;10nF,+80-20%,16V,Y5V
C-AL;1uF,20%,50V,GP,TP,4x7,5
C-CERAMIC,CHIP MELF;22nF,+80-20%,16V,Y5V
C-AL;1uF,20%,50V,GP,TP,3x5,5
C-AL;47uF,20%,16V,GP,TP,5x7,5
C-CERAMIC,CHIP;100nF,+80-20%,25V,Y5V,TP,
C-CERAMIC,CHIP;100nF,+80-20%,25V,Y5V,TP,
C-CERAMIC,CHIP;47nF,10%,50V,X7R,TP,2012
C-CERAMIC,CHIP;47nF,10%,50V,X7R,TP,2012
C-CERAMIC,CHIP;47nF,10%,50V,X7R,TP,2012
C-AL;47uF,20%,16V,GP,TP,5x7,5
C-CERAMIC,CHIP;100nF,+80-20%,25V,Y5V,TP,
C-CERAMIC,MLC-AXIAL;100nF,80-20%,50V,Y5V
C-AL;47uF,20%,16V,GP,TP,5x7,5
C-CERAMIC,CHIP;100nF,+80-20%,25V,Y5V,TP,
C-AL;22uF,20%,16V,GP,-,6.3x7,5
C-CERAMIC,MLC-AXIAL;100nF,80-20%,50V,Y5V
C-AL;33uF,20%,16V,GP,-,6.3x7,2.5mm
C-CERAMIC,CHIP;100nF,+80-20%,25V,Y5V,TP,
C-CERAMIC,CHIP;8.2nF,10%,50V,X7R,TP,2012
C-CERAMIC,CHIP;10nF,10%,50V,X7R,TP,2012
C-AL;10uF,20%,16V,GP,TP,4x7,5
C-CERAMIC,CHIP;2.2nF,10%,50V,X7R,TP,2012
C-CERAMIC,CHIP;0.68nF,5%,50V,NP0,TP,2012
C-AL;4.7uF,20%,35V,GP,TP,4x7,5
C-FILM,PEF;6.8nF,5%,50V,TP,7x3x6,5mm
C-CERAMIC,CHIP;8.2nF,10%,50V,X7R,TP,2012
C-CERAMIC,CHIP;10nF,10%,50V,X7R,TP,2012
C-AL;4.7uF,20%,35V,GP,TP,4x7,5
C-CERAMIC,MLC-AXIAL;10NF,30%,16V,Y5S,TP,
C-AL;47uF,20%,16V,GP,TP,5x11,5
C-FILM,PEF;39NF,5%,100V,TP,7.5X4.5X12.5M
C-CERAMIC,MLC-AXIAL;10NF,30%,16V,Y5S,TP,
C-CERAMIC,CHIP MELF;10nF,+80-20%,16V,Y5V
C-CERAMIC,CHIP MELF;10nF,+80-20%,16V,Y5V
C-CERAMIC,CHIP;10nF,10%,50V,X7R,TP,2012
C-CERAMIC,CHIP MELF;56PF,5%,50V,Y5E,TP,2
C-CERAMIC,CHIP MELF;10nF,+80-20%,16V,Y5V
C-AL;47uF,20%,16V,GP,TP,5x7,5
C-CERAMIC,CHIP MELF;10nF,+80-20%,16V,Y5V
C-AL;47uF,20%,16V,GP,TP,5x11,5
C-CERAMIC,MLC-AXIAL;10NF,30%,16V,Y5S,TP,
C-CERAMIC,CHIP MELF;22nF,+80-20%,16V,Y5V
C-CERAMIC,MLC-AXIAL;100nF,80-20%,50V,Y5V
C-CERAMIC,MLC-AXIAL;22nF,+80-20%,25V,Y5V
C-CERAMIC,CHIP MELF;10nF,+80-20%,16V,Y5V
C-CERAMIC,MLC-AXIAL;10NF,30%,16V,Y5S,TP,
C-CERAMIC,CHIP MELF;10nF,+80-20%,16V,Y5V
C-CERAMIC,CHIP MELF;10nF,+80-20%,16V,Y5V
C-AL;100uF,20%,50V,GP,TP,8x11.5,5
C-CERAMIC,MLC-AXIAL;10NF,30%,16V,Y5S,TP,
C-CERAMIC,CHIP MELF;10nF,+80-20%,16V,Y5V
C-AL;100uF,20%,16V,GP,TP,6.3x7,5
C-CERAMIC,CHIP MELF;22nF,+80-20%,16V,Y5V
C-CERAMIC,CHIP;47nF,10%,50V,X7R,TP,2012
C-CERAMIC,CHIP MELF;150PF,10%,50V,Y5E,TP
C-AL;47uF,20%,25V,GP,TP,6.3x7mm,2.5
C-CERAMIC,MLC-AXIAL;10NF,30%,16V,Y5S,TP,
C-CERAMIC,CHIP;100nF,+80-20%,25V,Y5V,TP,
C-AL;47uF,20%,25V,GP,TP,6.3x7mm,2.5
C-CERAMIC,CHIP MELF;22PF,5%,50V,SL,TP,20
C-CERAMIC,CHIP MELF;.027NF,5%,50V,SL,BK,
C-CERAMIC,CHIP MELF;.027NF,5%,50V,SL,BK,
C-CERAMIC,CHIP MELF;22PF,5%,50V,SL,TP,20
C-AL;1uF,20%,50V,GP,TP,4x7,5
C-CERAMIC,MLC-AXIAL;100pF,10%,50V,Y5P,TP
C-AL;100uF,20%,16V,GP,TP,6.3x7,5
C-CERAMIC,CHIP;100nF,+80-20%,25V,Y5V,TP,
C-CERAMIC,CHIP;100nF,+80-20%,25V,Y5V,TP,
C-CERAMIC,CHIP MELF;82PF,10%,50V,Y5P,TP,
C-AL;33uF,20%,16V,GP,-,6.3x7,2.5mm
C-CERAMIC,CHIP MELF;15nF,+80-20%,16V,Y5V
C-AL;47uF,20%,16V,GP,TP,5x11,5
7-4
Remark
Toshiba
Replacement Parts List
Loc.No.
TSB Parts No.
Reference No.
Description ; Specification
C631
C632
C633
C634
C635
C636
C637
C638
C639
C640
C643
C644
C646
C647
C648
C649
C650
C651
C652
C653
C655
C656
C6B01
C701
C702
C703
C801
C802
C803
C805
C8M2
70796207
70795254
BY130035
70795254
BY130039
BY130039
BY130037
BY130037
BY130037
70796207
BY130039
BY130039
70796207
70796207
70796207
70795247
BY130029
BY130029
BY130039
BY130004
70795075
BY130207
BY130015
70795247
BY130039
BY130280
BY130282
BY130015
BY130049
BY130017
BY130144
2203-001557
2203-001671
2203-005544
2203-001671
2203-005549
2203-005549
2203-005547
2203-005547
2203-005547
2203-001557
2203-005549
2203-005549
2203-001557
2203-001557
2203-001557
2203-001591
2203-000727
2203-000727
2203-005549
2203-000575
2202-000797
2203-000844
2401-001479
2203-001591
2203-005549
2401-002165
2401-003107
2401-001479
2401-002144
2401-001730
2203-000802
C-CERAMIC,CHIP;100nF,+80-20%,25V,Y5V,TP,
C-CERAMIC,CHIP MELF;56PF,5%,50V,Y5E,TP,2
C-CERAMIC,CHIP MELF;3.3nF,20%,12V,Y5S,TP
C-CERAMIC,CHIP MELF;56PF,5%,50V,Y5E,TP,2
C-CERAMIC,CHIP MELF;10nF,+80-20%,16V,Y5V
C-CERAMIC,CHIP MELF;10nF,+80-20%,16V,Y5V
C-CERAMIC,CHIP MELF;22nF,+80-20%,16V,Y5V
C-CERAMIC,CHIP MELF;22nF,+80-20%,16V,Y5V
C-CERAMIC,CHIP MELF;22nF,+80-20%,16V,Y5V
C-CERAMIC,CHIP;100nF,+80-20%,25V,Y5V,TP,
C-CERAMIC,CHIP MELF;10nF,+80-20%,16V,Y5V
C-CERAMIC,CHIP MELF;10nF,+80-20%,16V,Y5V
C-CERAMIC,CHIP;100nF,+80-20%,25V,Y5V,TP,
C-CERAMIC,CHIP;100nF,+80-20%,25V,Y5V,TP,
C-CERAMIC,CHIP;100nF,+80-20%,25V,Y5V,TP,
C-CERAMIC,CHIP MELF;1NF,20%,25V,Y5S,TP,2
C-CERAMIC,CHIP;3.9nF,10%,50V,X7R,TP,2012
C-CERAMIC,CHIP;3.9nF,10%,50V,X7R,TP,2012
C-CERAMIC,CHIP MELF;10nF,+80-20%,16V,Y5V
C-CERAMIC,CHIP;220NF,10%,25V,X7R,TP,2012
C-CERAMIC,MLC-AXIAL;10NF,30%,16V,Y5S,TP,
C-CERAMIC,CHIP;39nF,10%,50V,X7R,TP,2012,
C-AL;470uF,20%,10V,GP,TP,-,C-CERAMIC,CHIP MELF;1NF,20%,25V,Y5S,TP,2
C-CERAMIC,CHIP MELF;10nF,+80-20%,16V,Y5V
C-AL;100uF,20%,16V,GP,TP,6.3x7,5
C-AL;47uF,20%,16V,GP,TP,5x7,5
C-AL;470uF,20%,10V,GP,TP,-,C-AL;47uF,20%,16V,GP,TP,5x11,5
C-AL;10uF,20%,50V,GP,TP,5x11,2.5
C-CERAMIC,CHIP;33nF,10%,50V,X7R,TP,2012
2007-001641
2001-000855
2001-000449
2001-000325
2001-000515
2001-000362
2001-000490
2001-000515
2001-000429
2002-000320
2003-002117
2003-000314
2003-000314
2001-000003
2003-000119
2001-000734
2003-000994
2003-000994
2001-000429
2004-000869
2004-000459
2007-001601
2007-001484
2007-001629
2007-001629
2001-000734
2007-001572
2001-000004
2001-000449
2007-001476
2007-001637
2001-000258
2007-001633
2007-001458
2007-001623
2001-000411
2001-000411
2001-000290
2007-001637
2001-000812
2007-001637
2007-001497
2007-001623
2007-001538
2007-001570
R-CHIP,MELF;0OHM,5%,1/8W,DB,BK,2012
R-CARBON;560OHM,5%,1/4W,AA,TP,2.4X6.4MM
R-CARBON;2.2KOHM,5%,1/8W,AA,TP,1.8X3.2M
R-CARBON;120OHM,5%,1/8W,AA,TP,1.8X3.2MM
R-CARBON;220OHM,5%,1/8W,AA,TP,1.8X3.2MM
R-CARBON;150OHM,5%,1/8W,AA,TP,1.8X3.2MM
R-CARBON;200OHM,5%,1/8W,AA,TP,1.8X3.2MM
R-CARBON;220OHM,5%,1/8W,AA,TP,1.8X3.2MM
R-CARBON;1KOHM,5%,1/8W,AA,TP,1.8X3.2MM
R-COMPOSITION;1.8Mohm,10%,1/2W,AA,TP,3.5
R-METAL OXIDE(S);330Kohm,5%,1W,AA,TP,3.3
R-METAL OXIDE;47ohm,5%,2W,AE,TP,6x16mm
R-METAL OXIDE;47ohm,5%,2W,AE,TP,6x16mm
R-CARBON;330ohm,5%,1/8W,AA,TP,1.8x3.2mm
R-METAL OXIDE;0.68ohm,5%,2W,AE,TP,6x16mm
R-CARBON;4.7KOHM,5%,1/8W,AA,TP,1.8X3.2M
R-METAL OXIDE(S);33Kohm,5%,2W,AF,TP,3.9x
R-METAL OXIDE(S);33Kohm,5%,2W,AF,TP,3.9x
R-CARBON;1KOHM,5%,1/8W,AA,TP,1.8X3.2MM
R-METAL;3Kohm,1%,1/8W,AA,TP,1.8x3.2mm
R-METAL;2.2Kohm,1%,1/8W,AA,TP,1.8x3.2m
R-CHIP,MELF;15Kohm,5%,1/8W,DB,BK,2012
R-CHIP,MELF;6.2KOHM,5%,1/8W,DB,BK,2012
R-CHIP,MELF;1.8Kohm,5%,1/8W,DB,BK,2012
R-CHIP,MELF;1.8Kohm,5%,1/8W,DB,BK,2012
R-CARBON;4.7KOHM,5%,1/8W,AA,TP,1.8X3.2M
R-CHIP,MELF;220Kohm,5%,1/8W,DB,BK,2012
R-CARBON;200KOHM,5%,1/8W,AA,TP,1.8X3.2MM
R-CARBON;2.2KOHM,5%,1/8W,AA,TP,1.8X3.2M
R-CHIP,MELF;680KOHM,5%,1/8W,DB,BK,2012
R-CHIP,MELF;1.2Kohm,5%,1/8W,DB,BK,2012
R-CARBON;1.8KOHM,5%,1/8W,AA,TP,1.8X3.2M
R-CHIP,MELF;1.5Kohm,5%,1/8W,DB,BK,2012
R-CHIP,MELF;8.2KOHM,5%,1/8W,DB,BK,2012
R-CHIP,MELF;10Kohm,5%,1/8W,DB,BK,2012
R-CARBON;18KOHM,5%,1/8W,AA,TP,1.8X3.2MM
R-CARBON;18KOHM,5%,1/8W,AA,TP,1.8X3.2MM
R-CARBON;10KOHM,5%,1/8W,AA,TP,1.8X3.2MM
R-CHIP,MELF;1.2Kohm,5%,1/8W,DB,BK,2012
R-CARBON;5.6KOHM,5%,1/8W,AA,TP,1.8X3.2M
R-CHIP,MELF;1.2Kohm,5%,1/8W,DB,BK,2012
R-CHIP,MELF;5.6KOHM,5%,1/8W,DB,BK,2012
R-CHIP,MELF;10Kohm,5%,1/8W,DB,BK,2012
R-CHIP,MELF;330KOHM,5%,1/8W,DB,BK,2012
R-CHIP,MELF;220ohm,5%,1/8W,DB,BK,2012
Remark
- RESISTORS J002
R1P101
R1P102
R1P104
R1P105
R1P110
R1SD01
R1SD02
R1SD03
R1SR01
R1SR02
R1SR03
R1SR04
R1SR05
R1SR06
R1SR07
R1SS01
R1SS02
R1SS04
R1SS05
R1SS06
R301
R302
R303
R304
R305
R308
R309
R310
R311
R312
R313
R314
R315
R316
R317
R318
R319
R320
R322
R326
R327
R328
R329
R330
Toshiba
70795331
BY230025
70795020
70795993
70795019
70796067
70796356
70795019
70795005
70795002
BY230018
BY230016
BY230016
70795030
70796275
70795040
BY230027
BY230027
70795005
70795640
70795638
70795216
70795206
70795213
70795213
70795040
70795234
BY230103
70795020
70796197
70795230
70795357
70796179
70795225
70795233
70795016
70795016
70795006
70795230
BY230038
70795230
70795215
70795233
70796278
70795218
7-5
Replacement Parts List
Loc.No.
TSB Parts No.
Reference No.
Description ; Specification
R331
R332
R333
R334
R335
R336
R337
R338
R339
R340
R341
R342
R343
R344
R346
R347
R401
R402
R601
R602
R603
R604
R605
R606
R607
R608
R609
R610
R613
R614
R615
R616
R617
R618
R619
R620
R621
R622
R623
R624
R630
R631
R632
R633
R634
R635
R637
R638
R639
R641
R642
R643
R644
R645
R646
R647
R648
R649
R650
R651
R652
R653
R656
R660
R664
R665
R668
R669
R690
R691
R692
R6B01
R701
R703
R704
R705
R706
R707
R708
70796191
70795208
BY230019
70795232
70796198
70795213
70796025
70795607
70795005
70795005
70795021
70795233
70795224
70795224
70796371
70796199
70796198
70796198
70795232
70795218
70795232
70795218
BY230144
70795021
70796196
70795005
70795005
70795005
70795006
70795005
70795215
70795005
70795230
70796193
70795006
70795006
70796198
70796198
70795233
70795233
70795047
70795047
70795041
70795234
70796331
70795005
70795004
70795031
70795213
70795005
70795005
70795233
70795233
70795233
70795215
70795212
70795212
70795221
70795221
70795221
70795233
70795005
70795233
BY230030
BY230011
70796182
BY230243
70795709
70795005
70795005
70795005
70796025
70795210
70795233
70795020
70795020
70795020
70795020
70795006
2007-001555
2007-001589
2001-000221
2007-001568
2007-001505
2007-001629
2001-000458
2001-000405
2001-000429
2001-000429
2001-000522
2007-001623
2007-001495
2007-001495
2007-001474
2007-001503
2007-001505
2007-001505
2007-001568
2007-001570
2007-001568
2007-001570
2001-000111
2001-000522
2007-001540
2001-000429
2001-000429
2001-000429
2001-000290
2001-000429
2007-001497
2001-000429
2007-001637
2007-001486
2001-000290
2001-000290
2007-001505
2007-001505
2007-001623
2007-001623
2001-000864
2001-000864
2001-000786
2007-001572
2007-001507
2001-000429
2001-000281
2001-000591
2007-001629
2001-000429
2001-000429
2007-001623
2007-001623
2007-001623
2007-001497
2007-001536
2007-001536
2007-001513
2007-001513
2007-001513
2007-001623
2001-000429
2007-001623
2007-001472
2007-001548
2007-001627
2003-000111
2007-001490
2001-000429
2001-000429
2001-000429
2001-000458
2007-001584
2007-001623
2001-000449
2001-000449
2001-000449
2001-000449
2001-000290
R-CHIP,MELF;27Kohm,5%,1/8W,DB,BK,2012
R-CHIP,MELF;1Kohm,5%,1/8W,DB,BK,2012
R-CARBON;1.2KOHM,5%,1/8W,AA,TP,1.8X3.2M
R-CHIP,MELF;22Kohm,5%,1/8W,DB,BK,2012
R-CHIP,MELF;470OHM,5%,1/8W,DB,BK,2012
R-CHIP,MELF;1.8Kohm,5%,1/8W,DB,BK,2012
R-CARBON;2.2OHM,5%,1/8W,AA,TP,1.8X3.2MM
R-CARBON;180OHM,5%,1/8W,AA,TP,1.8X3.2MM
R-CARBON;1KOHM,5%,1/8W,AA,TP,1.8X3.2MM
R-CARBON;1KOHM,5%,1/8W,AA,TP,1.8X3.2MM
R-CARBON;22KOHM,5%,1/8W,AA,TP,1.8X3.2MM
R-CHIP,MELF;10Kohm,5%,1/8W,DB,BK,2012
R-CHIP,MELF;510OHM,5%,1/8W,DB,BK,2012
R-CHIP,MELF;510OHM,5%,1/8W,DB,BK,2012
R-CHIP,MELF;680OHM,5%,1/8W,DB,BK,2012
R-CHIP,MELF;47KOHM,5%,1/8W,DB,BK,2012
R-CHIP,MELF;470OHM,5%,1/8W,DB,BK,2012
R-CHIP,MELF;470OHM,5%,1/8W,DB,BK,2012
R-CHIP,MELF;22Kohm,5%,1/8W,DB,BK,2012
R-CHIP,MELF;220ohm,5%,1/8W,DB,BK,2012
R-CHIP,MELF;22Kohm,5%,1/8W,DB,BK,2012
R-CHIP,MELF;220ohm,5%,1/8W,DB,BK,2012
R-CARBON;150OHM,5%,1/4W,AA,TP,2.4X6.4MM
R-CARBON;22KOHM,5%,1/8W,AA,TP,1.8X3.2MM
R-CHIP,MELF;30KOHM,5%,1/8W,DB,BK,2012
R-CARBON;1KOHM,5%,1/8W,AA,TP,1.8X3.2MM
R-CARBON;1KOHM,5%,1/8W,AA,TP,1.8X3.2MM
R-CARBON;1KOHM,5%,1/8W,AA,TP,1.8X3.2MM
R-CARBON;10KOHM,5%,1/8W,AA,TP,1.8X3.2MM
R-CARBON;1KOHM,5%,1/8W,AA,TP,1.8X3.2MM
R-CHIP,MELF;5.6KOHM,5%,1/8W,DB,BK,2012
R-CARBON;1KOHM,5%,1/8W,AA,TP,1.8X3.2MM
R-CHIP,MELF;1.2Kohm,5%,1/8W,DB,BK,2012
R-CHIP,MELF;56Kohm,5%,1/8W,DB,BK,2012
R-CARBON;10KOHM,5%,1/8W,AA,TP,1.8X3.2MM
R-CARBON;10KOHM,5%,1/8W,AA,TP,1.8X3.2MM
R-CHIP,MELF;470OHM,5%,1/8W,DB,BK,2012
R-CHIP,MELF;470OHM,5%,1/8W,DB,BK,2012
R-CHIP,MELF;10Kohm,5%,1/8W,DB,BK,2012
R-CHIP,MELF;10Kohm,5%,1/8W,DB,BK,2012
R-CARBON;56KOHM,5%,1/8W,AA,TP,1.8X3.2MM
R-CARBON;56KOHM,5%,1/8W,AA,TP,1.8X3.2MM
R-CARBON;47KOHM,5%,1/8W,AA,TP,1.8X3.2MM
R-CHIP,MELF;220Kohm,5%,1/8W,DB,BK,2012
R-CHIP,MELF;470KOHM,5%,1/8W,DB,BK,2012
R-CARBON;1KOHM,5%,1/8W,AA,TP,1.8X3.2MM
R-CARBON;100OHM,5%,1/8W,AA,TP,1.8X3.2MM
R-CARBON;3.3KOHM,5%,1/8W,AA,TP,1.8X3.2M
R-CHIP,MELF;1.8Kohm,5%,1/8W,DB,BK,2012
R-CARBON;1KOHM,5%,1/8W,AA,TP,1.8X3.2MM
R-CARBON;1KOHM,5%,1/8W,AA,TP,1.8X3.2MM
R-CHIP,MELF;10Kohm,5%,1/8W,DB,BK,2012
R-CHIP,MELF;10Kohm,5%,1/8W,DB,BK,2012
R-CHIP,MELF;10Kohm,5%,1/8W,DB,BK,2012
R-CHIP,MELF;5.6KOHM,5%,1/8W,DB,BK,2012
R-CHIP,MELF;330OHM,5%,1/8W,DB,BK,2012
R-CHIP,MELF;330OHM,5%,1/8W,DB,BK,2012
R-CHIP,MELF;4.7KOHM,5%,1/8W,DB,BK,2012
R-CHIP,MELF;4.7KOHM,5%,1/8W,DB,BK,2012
R-CHIP,MELF;4.7KOHM,5%,1/8W,DB,BK,2012
R-CHIP,MELF;10Kohm,5%,1/8W,DB,BK,2012
R-CARBON;1KOHM,5%,1/8W,AA,TP,1.8X3.2MM
R-CHIP,MELF;10Kohm,5%,1/8W,DB,BK,2012
R-CHIP,MELF;68KOHM,5%,1/8W,DB,BK,2012
R-CHIP,MELF;3.6KOHM,5%,1/8W,DB,BK,2012
R-CHIP,MELF;100Kohm,5%,1/8W,DB,BK,2012
R-METAL OXIDE;0.47ohm,5%,1W,AD,TP,4.3x12
R-CHIP,MELF;560Kohm,5%,1/8W,DB,BK,2012
R-CARBON;1KOHM,5%,1/8W,AA,TP,1.8X3.2MM
R-CARBON;1KOHM,5%,1/8W,AA,TP,1.8X3.2MM
R-CARBON;1KOHM,5%,1/8W,AA,TP,1.8X3.2MM
R-CARBON;2.2OHM,5%,1/8W,AA,TP,1.8X3.2MM
R-CHIP,MELF;2.2Kohm,5%,1/8W,DB,BK,2012
R-CHIP,MELF;10Kohm,5%,1/8W,DB,BK,2012
R-CARBON;2.2KOHM,5%,1/8W,AA,TP,1.8X3.2M
R-CARBON;2.2KOHM,5%,1/8W,AA,TP,1.8X3.2M
R-CARBON;2.2KOHM,5%,1/8W,AA,TP,1.8X3.2M
R-CARBON;2.2KOHM,5%,1/8W,AA,TP,1.8X3.2M
R-CARBON;10KOHM,5%,1/8W,AA,TP,1.8X3.2MM
7-6
Remark
Toshiba
Replacement Parts List
Loc.No.
TSB Parts No.
Reference No.
Description ; Specification
R709
R710
R711
R712
R713
R714
R715
R716
R717
R718
R719
R720
R721
R722
R723
R741
R743
R744
R801
R802
R803
R804
R8M1
R8M2
R8M3
W096
70795006
70795054
70795054
70795006
70795054
70795006
70795054
70795006
70795054
70795006
70795054
70795006
70795054
70795006
70795054
70795040
70795040
70795040
70795054
BY230021
70795353
70795713
70796199
70796194
70795041
70795019
2001-000290
2001-000969
2001-000969
2001-000290
2001-000969
2001-000290
2001-000969
2001-000290
2001-000969
2001-000290
2001-000969
2001-000290
2001-000969
2001-000290
2001-000969
2001-000734
2001-000734
2001-000734
2001-000969
2001-000025
2001-001026
2007-001460
2007-001503
2007-001448
2001-000786
2001-000515
R-CARBON;10KOHM,5%,1/8W,AA,TP,1.8X3.2MM
R-CARBON;75OHM,5%,1/8W,AA,TP,1.8X3.2MM
R-CARBON;75OHM,5%,1/8W,AA,TP,1.8X3.2MM
R-CARBON;10KOHM,5%,1/8W,AA,TP,1.8X3.2MM
R-CARBON;75OHM,5%,1/8W,AA,TP,1.8X3.2MM
R-CARBON;10KOHM,5%,1/8W,AA,TP,1.8X3.2MM
R-CARBON;75OHM,5%,1/8W,AA,TP,1.8X3.2MM
R-CARBON;10KOHM,5%,1/8W,AA,TP,1.8X3.2MM
R-CARBON;75OHM,5%,1/8W,AA,TP,1.8X3.2MM
R-CARBON;10KOHM,5%,1/8W,AA,TP,1.8X3.2MM
R-CARBON;75OHM,5%,1/8W,AA,TP,1.8X3.2MM
R-CARBON;10KOHM,5%,1/8W,AA,TP,1.8X3.2MM
R-CARBON;75OHM,5%,1/8W,AA,TP,1.8X3.2MM
R-CARBON;10KOHM,5%,1/8W,AA,TP,1.8X3.2MM
R-CARBON;75OHM,5%,1/8W,AA,TP,1.8X3.2MM
R-CARBON;4.7KOHM,5%,1/8W,AA,TP,1.8X3.2M
R-CARBON;4.7KOHM,5%,1/8W,AA,TP,1.8X3.2M
R-CARBON;4.7KOHM,5%,1/8W,AA,TP,1.8X3.2M
R-CARBON;75OHM,5%,1/8W,AA,TP,1.8X3.2MM
R-CARBON;75OHM,5%,1/4W,AA,TP,2.4X6.4MM
R-CARBON;910OHM,5%,1/8W,AA,TP,1.8X3.2MM
R-CHIP,MELF;75OHM,5%,1/8W,DB,BK,2012
R-CHIP,MELF;47KOHM,5%,1/8W,DB,BK,2012
R-CHIP,MELF;9.1KOHM,5%,1/8W,DB,BK,2012
R-CARBON;47KOHM,5%,1/8W,AA,TP,1.8X3.2MM
R-CARBON;220OHM,5%,1/8W,AA,TP,1.8X3.2MM
3711-000178
3708-000394
3710-001648
3708-001165
AC39-20817S
3711-003749
3708-001302
3711-004191
0703-001090
3601-001122
AC37-20001H
AC26-00002B
AC32-00002A
3408-001042
AC34-20100B
AC34-20100A
3404-000165
3404-000165
3404-000165
3404-000165
3404-000165
3404-000165
3404-000165
3404-000165
3404-000165
AC40-00007A
1405-001026
2801-003610
2801-001384
2801-003318
CONNECTOR-HEADER;1WALL,2P,1R,3.96mm,STRA
CONNECTOR-FPC/FC/PIC;6P,1.25mm,STRAIGHT,
CONNECTOR-SOCKET;2P,1R,2.5mm,STRAIGHT,SN
CONNECTOR-FPC/FC/PIC;6P,1.25mm,STRAIGHT,
LEAD CONNECTOR-ASSY;DP,SMH200-02,YBH200CONNECTOR-HEADER;BOX,8P,2R,2mm,STRAIGHT,
CONNECTOR-FPC/FC/PIC;7P,1.25mm,STRAIGHT,
CONNECTOR-HEADER;1WALL,2P,1R,5MM,ANGLE,S
LED DISPLAY;GRN/RED,5,8,50x18.5mm
FUSE-CARTRIDGE;250V,1.6A,FAST-ACTING,GLA
JACK-RCA;DPAM-,4P,MONO,PI3.3
TRANS SWITCHING;-,-,EE2621,-,UL/CSA/DEMK
MODULE-REMOCON;-,GP1U291Q,38KHZ,-,7.3X13
SWITCH-SLIDE;DC 12V,100mA,-,OFF-ON,SWITCH-REC;-,-,X-9,SWITCH-MODE;-,-,X-9,SWITCH-TACT;12V,50mA,160gf,6x6mm,SPST
SWITCH-TACT;12V,50mA,160gf,6x6mm,SPST
SWITCH-TACT;12V,50mA,160gf,6x6mm,SPST
SWITCH-TACT;12V,50mA,160gf,6x6mm,SPST
SWITCH-TACT;12V,50mA,160gf,6x6mm,SPST
SWITCH-TACT;12V,50mA,160gf,6x6mm,SPST
SWITCH-TACT;12V,50mA,160gf,6x6mm,SPST
SWITCH-TACT;12V,50mA,160gf,6x6mm,SPST
SWITCH-TACT;12V,50mA,160gf,6x6mm,SPST
TM-BLOCK;115VD025AP,NTSC-M,115VD025AP,Y
VARISTOR;470V,600A,9x7mm,TP
CRYSTAL-UNIT;3.579545MHz,8ppm,28-AAA,S,1
CRYSTAL-UNIT;14.31818MHz,30ppm,28-AAA,16
CRYSTAL-UNIT;32.768KHz,20ppm,28-AAP,12.5
Remark
- MISCELLANEOUS CN1SS1
CN301
CN302
CN303
CN601
CN604
CN605
CN705
DT701
F1SD01
JK801
PT1SD1
RM701
SW401
SW602
SW603
SW701
SW703
SW704
SW707
SW709
SW710
SW711
SW7W17
SW7W18
TM401
VA1SS1
XT301
XT601
XT602
Toshiba
70796223
BY634421
BY634412
BY634023
BY634047
BY634026
BY634038
BY634064
BY430050
70795420
BY634002
BY330067
BY730627
BY632003
BY632005
BY632004
BY632001
BY632001
BY632001
BY632001
BY632001
BY632001
BY632001
BY632001
BY632001
BY634275
BY634022
BY633004
70796216
BY633003
7-7
8. Block Diagram
(HI-FI MODEL ONLY)
Toshiba
8-1
9. PCB Diagram
9-1 Main - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
Toshiba
9-2
9-1
PCB Diagram
9-1 Main
9-2
Toshiba
PCB Diagram
Toshiba
9-3
10. Schematic Diagrams
◆ Block Identification of Main PCB - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
10-2
10-1 S.M.P.S./Power - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
10-3
10-2 Logic - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
10-4
10-3 A/V - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
10-5
10-4 TM-Block/Input-Output - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
10-6
10-5 Display - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
10-7
Toshiba
10-1
Schematic Diagrams
Note
For schematic Diagram
- Resistors are in ohms, 1/8W unless otherwise noted.
Special note :
Most semiconductor devices are electrostatically sensitive and therefore require the special handling techniques described under the
“electrostatically sensitive (ES) devices” section of this service manual.
Note :
Do not use the part number shown on this drawing for ordering. The correct part number is shown in the parts list (may be slightly different
or amended since this drawing was prepared).
Important safety notices :
Components identified with the mark
Use only the same type.
have the special characteristics for safety. When replacing any of these components.
◆ Block Identification of Main PCB
Component Side
10-2
Conductor Side
Toshiba
Schematic Diagrams
10-1 S.M.P.S./Power
Toshiba
10-3
Schematic Diagrams
10-2 Logic
10-4
Toshiba
Schematic Diagrams
10-3 A/V
Toshiba
10-5
Schematic Diagrams
10-4 TM-Block/Input-Ouput
10-6
Toshiba
Schematic Diagrams
10-5 Display
Toshiba
10-7
W-412
12/15/00
11:05 AM
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TOSHIBA VIDEO PRODUCTS PTE LTD
438B ALEXANDRA ROAD BLOCK B #06-01
ALEXANDRA TECHNOPARK
SINGAPORE 119968

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