CONTENTS
SECTION
SECTION
SECTION
SECTION
SECTION
SECTION
1
2
3
4
5
6
. . . . SUMMARY
. . . . CABINET & MAIN CHASSIS
. . . . ELECTRICAL
. . . . MECHANISM OF VCR PART
. . . . MECHANISM OF DVD PART
. . . . REPLACEMENT PARTS LIST
SECTION 1
SUMMARY
CONTENTS
PRODUCT SAFETY SERVICING GUIDELINES FOR VIDEO PRODUCTS ............. 1-3
SERVICING PRECAUTIONS .................................................................................................. 1-4
• General Servicing Precautions
• Insulation Checking Prodedure
• Electrostatically Sensitive Devices
1-2
PRODUCT SAFETY SERVICING GUIDELINES FOR VIDEO PRODUCTS
IMPORTANT SAFETY NOTICE
A.C. Voltmeter
This manual was prepared for use only by properly trained audio-video service
technicians.
When servicing this product, under no circumstances should the original
design be modified or altered without permission from ZENITH Electronics
Corporation. All components should be replaced only with types identical to
those in the original circuit and their physical location, wiring and lead dress
must conform to original layout upon completion of repairs.
0.15uF
Special components are also used to prevent x-radiation, shock and fire hazard. These components are indicated by the letter “x” included in their component designators and are required to maintain safe performance. No deviations
are allowed without prior approval by ZENITH Electronics Corporation.
Circuit diagrams may occasionally differ from the actual circuit used. This way,
implementation of the latest safety and performance improvement changes
into the set is not delayed until the new service literature is printed.
CAUTION: Do not attempt to modify this product in any way. Never perform
customized installations without manufacturer’s approval. Unauthorized modifications will not only void the warranty, but may lead to property damage or
user injury.
Service work should be performed only after you are thoroughly familiar with
these safety checks and servicing guidelines.
GRAPHIC SYMBOLS
The exclamation point within an equilateral triangle is intended to
alert the service personnel to important safety information in the
service literature.
The lightning flash with arrowhead symbol within an equilateral triangle is intended to alert the service personnel to the presence of
noninsulated “dangerous voltage” that may be of sufficient magnitude to constitute a risk of electric shock.
The pictorial representation of a fuse and its rating within an equilateral triangle is intended to convey to the service personnel the
following fuse replacement caution notice:
CAUTION: FOR CONTINUED PROTECTION AGAINST RISK
OF FIRE, REPLACE ALL FUSES WITH THE SAME TYPE AND
RATING AS MARKED NEAR EACH FUSE.
Good Earth Ground
such as the Water
Pipe, Conduit, etc.
1500 OHM
Place this probe
on each exposed
metal part.
10 WATT
TIPS ON PROPER INSTALLATION
1. Never install any receiver in a closed-in recess, cubbyhole, or closely fitting
shelf space over, or close to, a heat duct, or in the path of heated air flow.
2. Avoid conditions of high humidity such as: outdoor patio installations where
dew is a factor, near steam radiators where steam leakage is a factor, etc.
3. Avoid placement where draperies may obstruct venting. The customer
should also avoid the use of decorative scarves or other coverings that
might obstruct ventilation.
4. Wall- and shelf-mounted installations using a commercial mounting kit must
follow the factory-approved mounting instructions. A product mounted to a
shelf or platform must retain its original feet (or the equivalent thickness in
spacers) to provide adequate air flow across the bottom. Bolts or screws
used for fasteners must not touch any parts or wiring. Perform leakage tests
on customized installations.
5. Caution customers against mounting a product on a sloping shelf or in a tilted position, unless the receiver is properly secured.
6. A product on a roll-about cart should be stable in its mounting to the cart.
Caution the customer on the hazards of trying to roll a cart with small casters across thresholds or deep pile carpets.
7. Caution customers against using extension cords. Explain that a forest of
extensions, sprouting from a single outlet, can lead to disastrous consequences to home and family.
SERVICE INFORMATION
While servicing, use an isolation transformer for protection from AC line shock.
After the original service problem has been corrected, make a check of the following:
FIRE AND SHOCK HAZARD
1. Be sure that all components are positioned to avoid a possibility of adjacent
component shorts. This is especially important on items trans-ported to and
from the repair shop.
2. Verify that all protective devices such as insulators, barriers, covers, shields,
strain reliefs, power supply cords, and other hardware have been reinstalled
per the original design. Be sure that the safety purpose of the polarized line
plug has not been defeated.
3. Soldering must be inspected to discover possible cold solder joints, solder
splashes, or sharp solder points. Be certain to remove all loose foreign particles.
4. Check for physical evidence of damage or deterioration to parts and components, for frayed leads or damaged insulation (including the AC cord), and
replace if necessary.
5. No lead or component should touch a high current device or a resistor rated
at 1 watt or more. Lead tension around protruding metal surfaces must be
avoided.
6. After reassembly of the set, always perform an AC leakage test on all
exposed metallic parts of the cabinet (the channel selector knobs, antenna
terminals, handle and screws) to be sure that set is safe to operate without
danger of electrical shock. DO NOT USE A LINE ISOLATION TRANSFORMER DURING THIS TEST. Use an AC voltmeter having 5000 ohms per
volt or more sensitivity in the following manner: Connect a 1500 ohm, 10
watt resistor, paralleled by a .15 mfd 150V AC type capacitor between a
known good earth ground water pipe, conduit, etc.) and the exposed metallic parts, one at a time. Measure the AC voltage across the combination of
1500 ohm resistor and .15 mfd capacitor. Reverse the AC plug by using a
non-polarized adaptor and repeat AC voltage measurements for each
exposed metallic part. Voltage measured must not exceed 0.75 volts RMS.
This corresponds to 0.5 milliamp AC. Any value exceeding this limit constitutes a potential shock hazard and must be corrected immediately.
1-3
SERVICING PRECAUTIONS
CAUTION : Before servicing the COMBI HOME THEATER
SYSTEM covered by this service data and its supplements
and addends, read and follow the SAFETY PRECAUTIONS.
NOTE : if unforeseen circumstances create conflict between
the following servicing precautions and any of the safety precautions in this publications, always follow the safety precautions.
Remembers Safety First:
Electrostatically Sensitive (ES) Devices
Some semiconductor (solid state) devices can be damaged
easily by static electricity. Such components commonly are
called Electrostatically Sensitive (ES) Devices. Examples of
typical ES devices are integrated circuits and some field
effect transistors and semiconductor chip components.
The following techniques should be used to help reduce the
incidence of component damage caused by static electricity.
General Servicing Precautions
1. Always unplug the COMBI HOME THEATER SYSTEM AC
power cord from the AC power source before:
(1) Removing or reinstalling any component, circuit board,
module, or any other assembly.
(2) Disconnection or reconnecting any internal electrical
plug or other electrical connection.
(3) Connecting a test substitute in parallel with an electrolytic capacitor.
Caution : A wrong part substitution or incorrect
polarity installation of electrolytic capacitors may result
in an explosion hazard.
1. Immediately before handling any semiconductor component or semiconductor-equipped assembly, drain off any
electrostatic charge on your body by touching a known
earth ground. Alternatively, obtain and wear a commercially available discharging wrist strap device, which
should be removed for potential shock reasons prior to
applying power to the unit under test.
2. Do not spray chemicals on or near this COMBI HOME
THEATER SYSTEM or any of its assemblies.
3. Use only a grouned-tip soldering iron to solder or unsolder
ES devices.
3. Unless specified otherwise in this service data, clean
electrical contacts by applying an appropriate contact
cleaning solution to the contacts with a pipe cleaner,
cotton-tipped swab, or comparable soft applicator.
Unless specified otherwise in this service data, lubrication
of contacts is not required.
4. Use only an anti-static solder removal device. Some
solder removal devices not classified a “anti-static” can
generate electrical charges sufficient to damage ES
devices.
4. Do not defeat any plug/socket B+ voltage interlocks with
whitch instruments covered by this service manual might
be equipped.
5. Do not apply AC power to this COMBI HOME THEATER
SYSTEM and/or any of its electrical assemblies unless all
solid-state device heat sinks are cerrectly installed.
6. Always connect test instrument ground lead to the
appropriate ground before connection the test instrument
positive lead. Always remove the test instrument ground
lead last.
Insulation Checking Procedure
Disconnect the attachment plug from the AC outlet and turn
the power on. Connect an insulation resistance meter(500V)
to the blades of the attachment plug. The insulation resistance between each blade of the attachment plug and accessible conductive parts (Note 1) should be more than 1Mohm.
Note 1 : Accessible Conductive Parts including Metal panels, Input terminals, Earphone jacks, etc.
2. After removing an electrical assembly equipped with ES
devices, place the assembly on a conductive surface such
as aluminum foil, to prevent electrostatic charge buildup or
exposure of the assembly.
5. Do not use freon-propelled chemicals. These can
generate electrical charge sufficient to damage ES
devices.
6. Do not remove a replacement ES device from its protec
tive package until immediately before you are ready to
install it. (Most replacement ES devices are packaged with
leads electrically shorted together by conductive foam,
aluminum foil, or comparable conductive material).
7. Immediately before removing the protective material from
the leads of a replacement ES device, touch the protective
material to the chassis or circuit assembly into which the
device will be installed.
Caution : Be sure no power is applied to the chassis or
circuit, and observe all other safety precautions.
8. Minimize bodily motions when handling unpackaged
replacement ES devices. (Normally harmless motion such
as the brushing together of your clothes fabric or the lifting
of your foot from a carpeted floor can generate static electricity sufficient to damage an ES device.)
1-4
SECTION 2
CABINET & MAIN CHASSIS
CONTENTS
EXPLODED VIEWS .....................................................................................................................2-2
1. Cabinet and Main Frame Section ...........................................................................................2-2
2. Woofer Speaker Section (LSH-C640W)..................................................................................2-3
3. Speaker Cener Section (LSH-C640C) ....................................................................................2-4
4. Speaker Rear/Front Section (LSH-C640T) .............................................................................2-5
5. Packing Accessory Section ....................................................................................................2-6
2-1
A
280
B
2-2
286
C
287
283
276B
284
276
A43
A46
261A
262
452
261
260
471
452
453
323
469
261A
330
468
261A
4
277
285
A50
322
A00
473
3
274
1
A46A
471
2
A26
457
470
266
457
A44
462
263
264
252
A48
300
251
467
467
5
457
467
250
EXPLODED VIEWS
1. Cabinet and Main Frame Section
D
2. Woofer Speaker Section (LHS-C640W)
952
954
A900
953
956
955
951
950
2-3
3. Speaker Center Section (LHS-C640C)
A700
755
752
754
753
751
756
750
756
2-4
4. Speaker Rear/Front Section (LHS-C640T)
A800
852
855
853
854
851
850
856
857
2-5
5. Packing Accessory Section
810 CABLE SET ASS'Y, RF
811 PLUG ASS'Y 1WAY(YELLOW)
806 CABLE, COAXIAL
812
822 CABLE, DIN
PLUG ASS'Y 2WAY
820 PLUG ASS'Y 1WAY(BLACK)
824 ANTENNA LOOP(AM)
825 ANTENNA (FM)
808 BATTERY
801 OWNER'S MANUAL
900 REMOCON
803A PACKING, CASING
803B PACKING, CASING
803C PACKING, CASING
804 SHEET
803 PACKING, CASING
802
BOX
OPTIONAL PARTS
2-6
SECTION 3
ELECTRICAL
CONTENTS
OVERALL WIRING DIAGRAM .............................3-2
DVD & AMP PART
VCR PART
ELECTRICAL TROUBLESHOOTING
GUIDE ..........................................................................3-54
ELECTRICAL ADJUSTMENT
PROCEDURES ...........................................................3-3
ELECTRICAL TROUBLESHOOTING
GUIDE ............................................................................3-4
1. POWER(SMPS) CIRCUIT.......................................3-4
2. SYSTEM/KEY CIRCUIT..........................................3-6
3. SERVO CIRCUIT ....................................................3-7
4. OSD CIRCUIT .........................................................3-9
5. Y/C CIRCUIT.........................................................3-10
6. TUNER/IF CIRCUIT ..............................................3-14
7. Hi-Fi CIRCUIT.......................................................3-16
BLOCK DIAGRAMS ...............................................3-18
1. POWER(SMPS) BLOCK DIAGRAM 1 .................3-18
2. POWER(SMPS) BLOCK DIAGRAM 2 .................3-20
3. Y/C BLOCK DIAGRAM ........................................3-22
4. NORMAL AUDIO BLOCK DIAGRAM ..................3-24
5. Hi-Fi BLOCK DIAGRAM ......................................3-26
6. SYSTEM BLOCK DIAGRAM ...............................3-28
CIRCUIT DIAGRAMS .............................................3-30
1. POWER(SMPS) CIRCUIT DIAGRAM 1 ...............3-30
2. POWER(SMPS) CIRCUIT DIAGRAM 2 ...............3-32
3. JACK/TUNER CIRCUIT DIAGRAM .....................3-34
4. A/V CIRCUIT DIAGRAM.......................................3-36
5. Hi-Fi, DIGEST CIRCUIT DIAGRAM .....................3-38
6. SYSTEM CIRCUIT DIAGRAM..............................3-40
7. KEY CIRCUIT DIAGRAM .....................................3-42
• WAVEFORMS.........................................................3-44
• CIRCUIT VOLTAGE CHART ..................................3-46
PRINTED CIRCUIT DIAGRAMS ........................3-48
1. MAIN P.C.BOARD ................................................3-48
2. POWER P.C.BOARD ............................................3-50
3. KEY 1(LEFT) P.C.BOARD....................................3-52
4. KEY 2(RIGHT) P.C.BOARD..................................3-52
1. SYSTEM OPERATION FLOW..............................3-54
2. TEST & DEBUG FLOW........................................3-55
3. AUDIO µ-COM CIRCUIT(DVD & AMP)................3-63
DETAILS AND WAVEFORMS ON
SYSTEM TEST AND DEBUGGING ..................3-62
1. SYSTEM 27MHZ CLOCK,
RESET, FLASH R/W SIGNAL ..............................3-62
2. SDRAM CLOCK ...................................................3-64
3. TRAY OPEN/CLOSE SIGNAL..............................3-64
4. SLED CONTROL RELATED SIGNAL
(NO DISC CONDITION)........................................3-66
5. LENS CONTROL RELATED SIGNAL
(NO DISC CONDITION)........................................3-66
6. LASER POWER CONTROL RELATED
SIGNAL(NO DISC CONDITION) ..........................3-67
7. DISC TYPE JUDGEMENT WAVEFORMS ...........3-67
8. FOCUS ON WAVEFORMS ...................................3-69
9. SPINDLE CONTROL WAVEFORMS
(NO DISC CONDITION)........................................3-70
10. TRACKING CONTROL RELATED
SIGNAL(SYSTEM CHECKING) .........................3-71
11. RF WAVEFORM..................................................3-72
12. MT1379 VIDEO OUTPUT WAVEFORMS...........3-72
13. AUDIO OUTPUT FROM AUDIO DAC ................3-74
14. DVD & AMP WAVEFORMS................................3-75
BLOCK DIAGRAMS ...............................................3-76
1. OVERALL BLOCK DIAGRAM .............................3-76
2. SERVO BLOCK DIAGRAM..................................3-77
3. MPEG & MEMORY BLOCK DIAGRAM...............3-78
4. VIDEO & AUDIO BLOCK DIAGRAM...................3-79
5. DVD & AMP BLOCK DIAGRAM ..........................3-80
CIRCUIT DIAGRAMS .............................................3-81
1. MPEG CIRCUIT DIAGRAM..................................3-81
2. RF & SERVO CIRCUIT DIAGRAM ......................3-83
3. AUDIO, µ-COM
CIRCUIT DIAGRAM(DVD & AMP) .......................3-85
4. DIGITAL AMP CIRCUIT
DIAGRAM (DVD & AMP)......................................3-87
5. PWM & CODEIC
CIRCUIT DIAGRAM (DVD & AMP)......................3-89
6. INTERFACE
CIRCUIT DIAGRAM (DVD & AMP)......................3-91
• CIRCUIT VOLTAGE CHART ..................................3-93
PRINTED CIRCUIT DIAGRAMS ........................3-97
1. DVD & AMP P.C.BOARD .....................................3-97
3-1
P3D01
SP PB A
SP REC
SP PB B
EP PB B
EP REC
EP PB A
HiFi PB A
HiFi REC
HiFi PB B
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
P3D02
CTL(+)
CTL(-)
A/E(+)
A/E(-)
A.REC
A.PB
1
2
3
4
5
6
1
2
3
4
5
6
1
2
PSV01
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
SMPS
BOARD
GND
GND
5.3VA
5.3VA
GND
3.8VA
3.8VA
GND
13VA
GND
33VA
GND
-29VA
FD(-)
FD(+)
DECK
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
PMC01
1
CFG
2
CAP Vcc
3
5.2VA
4
CAP REV’H’
5
V-limit
6
MOTOR GND
7
S.GND
8 DRUM(L/M)Vcc
9
CAP CTL
10 L/M CONTROL
11
DPG/FG
12
DRUM CTL
P3D03
GND
FULL ERASE
1
2
PVS01
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
VCR
PSW01
32VA
32VA
32VA
32VA GND
32VA GND
32VA GND
NC
GND
NC
PWR SENSE
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
PVD01
PDV02
5.3VA
1
2
NC(-9V)
REG 8V(M)
3
GND(M)
4
REG 9V(+9V) 5
6
A. GND
REG 3.3V
7
5V
8
9
D. GND
10
REG 3.3V
A.GND
11
D.GND
12
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
MPEG/AMP
BOARD
PVD02
PDV02
DVD V.IN
1
GND
2
3
DVD A.L IN
GND
4
DVD A.R IN
5
GND
6
VCR A.L OUT 7
VCR A.R OUT 8
GND
9
10
Pb/B
11
Y/G
Pr/R
12
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
PVD02
PDV02
1
DVD ENA
1
2
GND
2
3 DVD DATA OUT 3
4
DVD DATA IN 4
5
DVD CLOCK 5
6
DVD RESET 6
7
AMP DATA IN 7
8
AMP CLOCK 8
9
9
GND
10
AMP ENA
10
11 AMP DATA OUT 11
12 AMP RESET 12
PV602
P6M02
1
REMOCON
1
2
GND
2
3
FLD CLOCK
3
4
FLD DATA
4
5
FLD ENA
5
6 VOLUME DOWN 6
7
VOLUME UP 7
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
PDM03
SPM SPM +
FM FM +
LM LM +
SW(OPEN)
SW(CLOSE)
GND
SW(LOADIN)
GND
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
PV601
P6M01
1 KEY RETURN 1 1
2 KEY RETURN 2 2
3
5.3VA
3
4
VIDEO IN
4
5
GND
5
6
AUDIO ’L’ IN 6
7
GND
7
8
AUDIO ’R’ IN 8
9
9
GND
10
10
FD(-)
11
-27VA
11
12
FD(+)
12
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
PDM01
H FM_VCC
RF_VCC
LD_DVD
MD_DVD
VR_DVD
GND_PD
VRBF
VC
F
B
A
D
C
B
FOCUS+
TRACKINGTRACKING+
FOCUSSW_PDIC
GND_LCD
LD_CD
MD_CD
VR_CD
KEY BOARD
TIMER
BOARD
MD
P6603
P6602
GND(D)
1
KEY RTN 1
2
GND(A)
3
F.A.R.IN
4
GND(A)
5
F.A.L.IN
6
GDN(D)
7
VIDEO IN
8
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
3-2
OVERALL WIRING DIAGRAM
VCR PART
ELECTRICAL ADJUSTMENT PROCEDURES
1. Servo Adjustment
1) PG Adjustment
• Test Equipment
a) OSCILLOSCOPE
b) NTSC MODEL : NTSC SP TEST TAPE
• Adjustment And Specification
MODE
MEASUREMENT POINT
ADJUSTMENT POINT
SPECIFICATION
PLAY
V.Out
H/SW(W373, W374)
R/C TRK JIG KEY
6.5 ± 0.5H
• Adjustment Procedure
a) Insert the SP Test Tape and play.
b) Press the “O” key on the Remote controller and the “PLAY” key on the Front Panel the same time, the
unit then goes in to Tracking initial mode.
c) Trigger the mixed Combo Video Signal of CH2 to the CH1 H/SW(W373, W374), and then check the distance (time difference), which is from the selected A(B) Head point of the H/SW(W373, W374) signal to
the starting point of the vertical synchronized signal, to 6.5H ± 0.5H (412µs, 1H=63µs).
Note - Press FRONT CH UP KEY and FRONT PLAY KEY on Deck playback, and it goes in to ATR PRESET. after the SP Test Tape is inserted.
• PG Adjustment Method
a-1) Playback the SP standard tape
b-2) Press the “O” key on the Remote controller and the “PLAY” key on the Front Panel the same time,
Tracking initial mode.
c-3) Repeat the above step(No.b-2), the unit will then finish the PG adjusting automatically.
d-4) Stop the playback, the unit then exits PG adjusting mode after saving the PG data.
• CONNECTION
V.Out
OSCILLOSCOPE
H/SW(W373, W374)
CH1 CH2
R/C KEY
H/SW V.out
(W373, W374)
• WAVEFORM
H/SW
6.5H(412µs)
Composite
VIDEO
3-3
ELECTRICAL TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE
1. Power(SMPS) CIRCUIT
(1) No 5.3VA (SYS/Hi-Fi/TUNER)
(2) No 12VA (TO CAP, DRUM MOTOR)
NO 12VA.
NO 5.3VA.
YES
Is the F101 normal?
YES
NO
Is the Vcc(13V) supplied NO
to (+) terminal in D126?
Replace the F101.
(Use the same Fuse)
YES
Is the BD101
normal?
Check or Replace
the D126.
YES
NO
Replace the
BD101.
Check or Replace
the Motor Vcc.
YES
Is the TH101
normal?
NO
Replace the TH101.
YES
Is Vcc(8.5~21V) supplied to IC104 Pin3?
NO
YES
Is the D105
normal?
NO
Check or Replace
the D105.
(3) No 5.0V (SYS/Hi-Fi/TUNER)
Is the D129
normal?
NO
NO 5.0VA.
Replace the D129.
YES
YES
Is there about 2.5V NO
at the IC106 Vref?
NO
Is 5.3VA put into
the Q167 Emitter?
Replace the IC106.
5.3VA Line Check.
YES
YES
Is the Q169 Base
“H”?
Check the Main PCB
5.3VA/5.0V Line short?
NO
Check the Power
Control.
YES
Is about 5V put into NO
the Q167 Base?
YES
Check or Replace
the Q167/Q169.
3-4
Check or Replace the
Q169, R175, R176, R177.
(4) No 5V (TO DVD)
(5) No 33V (TUNER)
NO 5V.
No 33V.
YES
YES
NO
Is 5.3VA put into
the Q168 Emitter?
5.3VA Line Check.
Is Q163 Base “H”?
YES
Is the Q169 Base
“H”?
YES
NO
Check the Power
Control.
Check or Replace
Q163, R168, R169.
YES
Is about 5V put into NO
the Q168 Base?
Check or Replace the
Q169, R175, R176, R177.
YES
Check or Replace
the Q168/Q169
(6) No 8V(TO DVD)
NO 8V.
YES
Is Vcc(13V) supplied to NO
(+) terminal in D126?
Check or Replace
the D126.
YES
Is Vcc(12V) supplied NO
to IC160 Pin1?
Check or Replace
the D163.
YES
Check or Replace
IC161, C163.
3-5
NO
Check the Power
Control.
2. SYSTEM/KEY CIRCUIT
(1) AUTO STOP
Auto Stop
YES
Does the SW30 waveform
appear at the IC501
Pin18?
NO
Check the Drum Motor
signal.
YES
NO
Do the T-UP Reel Pulses
appear at the IC501 Pin80?
YES
Do T/UP Reel Pulses
appear at the point
between R556 and R536?
YES
NO
Replace the T/UP Reel
Sensor (RS501).
Replace the IC501.
Does 5V appear at the
RS501?
YES
NO
Check the Q160 Power
Circuit.
(2) The unstable loading of a Cassette tape
The unstable loading of a
Cassette tape
YES
Is 12V applied to the
PMC01 Pin8?
NO
Refer to “SMPS DRUM
12 Volt Trouble Shooting”.
NO
Is 5V applied to the
R531 ?
YES
Does the “H” signal appear
at the IC501 Pin58 during
inserting the CST ?
YES
YES
Does the “L” signal appear
at the IC501 Pin60 during
inserting the CST?
Check the CST SW and
the peripheral circuitry.
NO
Refer to SMPS 5.3VA
troubleshooting.
NO
YES
Check the IC501
Pins22, 23, 24, 25.
Check the Deck
Mechanism.
Caution : Auto stop can occur because Grease or Oil has dried up
3-6
3. SERVO CIRCUIT
(1) Unstable Video in PB MODE
Unstable Video in
PB Mode.
YES
Does the Noise level of the
screen change
periodically?
YES
Do the CTL pulses appear
at the IC501 Pin97?
NO
Is adjusting the height of
the CTL Head accurate?
NO
YES
Does the CFG waveform
appear at the IC501
Pin87?
YES
On tracking do the CTL
pulses move?
Readjust the height of the
CTL Head.
NO
Replace the IC501.
YES
Does the Video Envelope
waveform appear at the
IC501 Pin9?
YES
NO
Refer to “(2)
No 12VA of Power section”
Replace the IC501.
(2) When the Drum Motor
(2) doesn’t run.
Do the Drum PWM Pulses
appear at the IC501
Pin76?
YES
When the Drum Motor
doesn’t run,
Does 12V appear at the
PMC01 Pin8?
YES
Check the connector
(PMC01) and the Drum
Motor Ass’y.
NO
YES
Aren’t the foil patterns and
the Components between
IC501 Pin76 and PMC01
Pin12 short?
Do the DFG Pulses appear
at the PMC01 Pin11?
NO
Replace the Cap M.
NO
YES
Does 2.8V appear at the
PMC01 Pin12?
Refer to “When the Y signal
doesn’t appear on the
screen in PB Mode”.
Do the DFG Pulses appear
at the IC501 Pin90?
NO
NO
YES
Do the Drum PWM Pulses
appear at the IC501
Pin76?
NO
Aren’t the foil patterns and
the Components between
IC501 Pin 90 and PMC01
Pin11 short?
Replace the IC501.
YES
Aren’t the connecting patterns and the Components
between IC501 Pin76 and PMC01 Pin12 short?
3-7
2. SERVO CIRCUIT
(3) When the Capstan Motor doesn’t run,
When the Capstan Motor doesn’t run,
Does 12VA appear at the PMC01?
NO
Refer to “SMPS(CAPSTAN/12Volt)
Trouble Shooting”.
YES
Is “DRUM CTL” 2.8V appear at the
PMC01?
NO
YES
Check the PMC01 and the Capstan
Motor Ass’y.
Does the PWM signal appear at the
IC501 Pin77?
YES
NO
Aren’t the foil patterns and Components
between IC501 Pin77 and PMC01
Pin9 short?
Does the CFG signal appear at the
PMC01 Pin1?
YES
NO
Does the CFG signal come into the
IC501 Pin87?
Check the Capstan Motor Ass’y.
NO
YES
Aren’t the foil patterns and component
between IC501 Pin87 and PMC01
Pin1 short?
Does the Capstan PWM signal appear at
the IC501 Pin77?
NO
YES
Aren’t the foil patterns and Components
between IC501 Pin77 and PMC01
Pin9 short?
Replace the IC501.
3-8
2. SERVO CIRCUIT
(4) KEY doesn’t working
KEY doesn’t working.
Is 5V applied to the IC501
Pin2, 3?
NO
Refer to “SMPS 5.3VA
Trouble Shooting”.
NO
Replace the defective
switches.
NO
Refer to “SMPS 5.3VA
Trouble Shooting”.
NO
Check or Replace the pheripheral Circurity.(L511,
R598, C596, C595)
YES
Does LED or FLD change
when a function button is
pressed?
4. OSD CIRCUIT
(1) No OSD display.
No OSD or F.OSD display.
Is 5.3V applied to the
IC501 Pin53?
YES
Does oscillation occur at
the IC501 Pins44, 45?
YES
Replace the IC501.
(2) I2C BUS CHECK
The I2C waves don’t
come out.
Does Power appear at the
Pull up impedence
(R569, R507)?
NO
Refer to “SMPS 5.3VA
Trouble Shooting”.
YES
Replace the IC501.
3-9
5. Y/C CIRCUIT
(1) No Video in EE Mode,
No Video in EE Mode
Does the Video signal
appear at the IC301
Pins28, 30, 32?
NO
Does the Video signal
appear at the IC302
Pins1, 5?
NO
Check DVD Video Input
(IC602, Pin4), Tuner Video
Input (TU701 Pin16), Line
Video Input (JK601),
respectively.
NO
Check the System Circuit.
(Refer to ‘SYSTEM I2C BUS
CHECK Trouble Shooting’)
YES
YES
Is there 5V at the IC302
Pin6?
YES
Replace the IC302.
Is REG 5.0V applied to the
IC301Pins23, 44, 45, 52, 68,
77?
NO
Check the REG 5V Line.
(Power Circuit)
NO
Is I2C BUS signal applied to
the IC301 Pins53, 54, 55?
YES
Does the Video signal
appear at the IC301 Pin26?
YES
Does the Video signal
appear at the IC501 Pin52?
YES
NO
Check the path of the signal between the IC301 Pin
26 and IC501 Pins50, 52.
NO
Is there 5V on the plus
terminal of the C614?
Replace the IC301.
YES
Does the Video signal
appear at the IC602 Pin7?
YES
Replace the IC602.
3-10
NO
Check the REG 5V Line.
(Power Circuit)
3. Y/C CIRCUIT
(2) When the Y(Luminance) signal doesn’t appear on the screen in PB Mode,
Is 5V applied to the IC301
Pins23, 44, 45, 52, 68, 77?
NO
Check the line of the REG
5V Line. (Power Circuit)
NO
Refer to ‘SYSTEM Y/C
BUS CHECK Trouble
Shooting’.
YES
Is the Y/C Bus siganl
applied to the IC301
Pins53, 54, 55?
YES
Does the normal RF signal NO
appear at the IC301 Pin 14?
NO
Is the V.H.S/W signal
applied to the IC301 Pin57?
Check the System Circuit.
(IC501 Pin18)
YES
Does the Rectangular
waveform(5V) appear at
the IC301 Pin57(V.H.S/W)
YES
YES
Clean the Drum.
Does the Y(Luminance)
signal appear at the IC301
Pin20?
NO
Check the R328, R347,
C322, C323.
YES
Is the Y(Luminance) Video NO
waveform showed up at the
IC301 Pin22?
Check the C324.
YES
Replace the IC301.
3-11
NO
Check the V.H.S/W level.
3. Y/C CIRCUIT
(3) When the C(Color) signal doesn’t appear on the screen in PB Mode,
Is 5V applied to the IC301
Pins23, 44, 45, 52, 68, 77?
NO
Check the line of the REG
5V Line. (Power Circuit)
YES
Does the fsc signal appear
at the IC301 Pins41, 50?
YES
NO
Is normal the X301
(3.58MHZ) of oscillation
Frequency?
NO
Does the Color signal
appear at the IC301 Pin48?
NO
YES
Replace the IC301.
Replace the IC301.
3-12
Replace the X301.
Check the C342, C341,
R333.
3. Y/C CIRCUIT
(4) When the Video signal doesn’t appear on the screen in REC Mode,
REC mode
YES
Is EE mode normal?
YES
Is brightness normal?
NO
Check the EE mode
YES
YES
Is color normal?
Does signal appear at
IC301 Pins41, 50?
Is 5V supplied to IC301
Pins23, 44, 45, 68, 77?
Check X301 oscillation
frequency.
NO
Check the 5V power
YES
YES
Check the REG 5V power
YES
NO
YES
Check the power of Pins23,
44, 45, 52, 68, 77.
A
NO
YES
Is the brightness signal sup- NO
plied to IC301 Pins18?
YES
Is Y/C Bus applied to
IC301 Pins53, 54, 55?
NO
Check system part
YES
Do X301 and X-TAL
oscillate?
NO
Check X301.
A
YES
Is V.H SW supplied to
IC301 Pin57?
NO
Check system part
(V.H/SW)
YES
Does the FM signal appear
at IC301 Pins73(SP)/
66(EP)?
NO
Check the drum
YES
Replace the IC301.
3-13
*OPTION
Pins72, 73, 74(SP)
Pins65, 66, 67(EP)
6. Tuner/IF CIRCUIT
(1) No Picture on the TV screen
No picture on the TV
screen
YES
Does the Video signal at
the TU701 Pin16.
NO
Is +33V applied to TU701
Pin14?
YES
NO
Check 33V line.
YES
Is +5V applied to TU701
Pin3?
NO
Check 5V line.
YES
Does the Clock signal
appear at TU701 Pin9?
NO
Check the lIC Clock Signal
of µ-COM Pin71.
NO
Check the lIC Data Signal
of µ-COM Pin72.
YES
Does the data signal
appear at TU701 Pin10?
YES
Replace Tuner.
Does the video signal
appear at IC302 Pin7.
NO
Check the signal flow from
IC501 Pin27.(Pin27 is ‘L’
state in Tuner Mode)
NO
Check the signal from IC301
Pin26 to IC501 Pin50.
NO
Check the signal from IC501 Pin52 to IC602 Pin1 and IC602 Pin2.
(IC602 Pin2 is ‘L’ state in VHS mode)
YES
Does the Video signal at
the IC501 Pin 52.
YES
Does the Video signal at
the IC602 Pin 7.
YES
Check the signal flow from IC602
Pin7 to JK601 Pin Video out.
3-14
(2) No Sound
No Sound.
YES
Check the Vcc of TU701 Pins3, 14.
NO
Check 5.2V, 33V Line.
YES
Check the Tuner SiF signal at IC801
Pin57.
NO
Check the Tuner SIF of TU701 Pin13.
YES
Check the Audio of IC801 Pins78, 80.
NO
YES
Check the Signal flow from IC801 Pins78,
80 to JK601 Audio out(L), (R)
3-15
1. Check the Vcc(5.3VA, 9V) of IC801
Pins3, 5, 36, 54.
2. Check the IIC Clock and Data at IC801
Pins37, 38.
7. Hi-Fi Circuit
A.
Hi-Fi Playback.
YES
No sound
Check the Vcc of IC801.
(Pins 3, 15, 32, 46)
NO
YES
Check the Hi-Fi Selection
Switch and the Tape quality.
Check power.
YES
Is the RF waveform at
IC801 Pin 23 over 3V
Vp-p?
YES
NO
NO
Is Pin 30 of IC801 over
3.5V ?
Check REC start “H” signal
of µ-COM.
YES
Is the Head switching signal
IC801 Pin 39 O.K?
YES
Check the connection at
P3D01 if good then
Replace IC801.
Check IC801 Pin 37(Data),
Pin 38(Clock).
YES
NO
Is IC801 Pin 49(A.Mute)
“High”?
Check Ports of µ-COM.
YES
Do Audio signals appear at
IC801 Pin 80(L-CH),
78 (R-CH)?
YES
Check the Contact point
of Audio Output.
Check A.MUTE port of
µ-COM (Pin High of
IC501).
NO
Replace IC801.
3-16
NO
Check IC501 Pin 19.
(Audio Swich 30)
B.
Hi-Fi REC.
It is impossible to record and playback
Hi-Fi Audio signal.
YES
Check Vcc of IC801. (Pins 3, 15, 32, 46)
YES
NO
Check IC801 Pin 37(Data),Pin 38(CLOCK).
YES
Check Power.
NO
Is IC501 Pin 84(A.Mute) “High”?
YES
Check ports of µ-COM.
NO
Are Audio signals present at IC801
Pins 78, 80?
YES
Check the Port of µ-COM.
NO
Do FM Audio signals appear at IC801
Pin 26?
YES
Check Audio Input signal Line
(9, 11, 12, 71, 73, 74), Tuner(57).
NO
Is IC801 Pin 17(REC “H”) “High”?
YES
Replace IC801.
NO
Check the Contact Points of Drum
Connector if good then Replace the Drum.
Check the Port of u-COM.
3-17
BLOCK DIAGRAMS
1. POWER(SMPS) BLOCK DIAGRAM 1
PSW01
!
BD101
T101
32VA
BD101
NC
RECTIFER & SMOOTHING
BLOCK
C103
NC
PWR SENSE
( D122, C131, R131,
C132, C133, C135, L122 )
DRIVE & S/W BLOCK
QUASI-RESONANT BLOCK
!
( IC101, R114, R115, C123, C107,
BC101, D108, R101, D102, R102,
D103, R106, ZD102, Z101, C108,
R104, C109, C110)
FEED-BACK
BLOCK
PWR SENSE
BLOCK
( R122, R121, C136,
R123, R124, R125,
R126 )
IC102
!
( R184, R185 )
IC103
LINE FILTER
BLOCK
!
PSV01
T102
!
( C101, C102,
L101, L102 )
F102
SNUBBER
BLOCK
(D123, C130, ZD121, R127)
( R110, C115,
D104, C117 )
-29VA
( D124, C137, R128 )
33VA
13VA
3.8VA
( D125, R129, C138 )
RECTIFIER & SMOOTHING
BLOCK
( R107, R108, C121, R105,
C120, C119, ZD1103, D105,
R111, BC102 )
V101
FD(-)
RECTIFIER & SMOOTHING
BLOCK
RECTIFIER &
SMOOTHING
BLOCK
DRIVE & S/W BLOCK
SOFT-START BLOCK
!
FD(+)
RECTIFIER &
SMOOTHING
BLOCK
5.3VA
( D126, C140, L122, C141 )
!
F101
RECTIFIER & SMOOTHING
BLOCK
( D127, C142, L123, C146 )
C114
!
C113
RECTIFIER & SMOOTHING
BLOCK
!
( D129, C144, L124, C147 )
PW101
FEED-BACK
BLOCK
C122
!
!
( R132, R133, C148,
R134, R135, R136,
R137 )
! IC105
BR BL
(BK) (WH)
NOTES)
Symbol denotes AC ground.
NOTES)
Symbol denotes DC chassis ground.
IC106
TOSHIBA
LH-C444M
3-18
3-19
2. POWER(SMPS) BLOCK DIAGRAM 2
TO SYS
FD(+)
TO SYS
FD(-)
TO SYS
-29VA
3.3V BLOCK
(IC161, C164)
33VT BLOCK
TO TU
33V
(Q163, R168,
R169, R170)
PVD01
8V BLOCK
FD(+)
15
FD(-)
14
-29VA
13
GND
12
33VA
11
GND
10
13VA
9
(IC160, D163,
C163, R161)
9V BLOCK
(Q162, R171, ZD163)
3.3V BLOCK
5V BLOCK
(IC163, C177)
1
5.3VA
2
5.0V
3
8V
4
GND (M)
5
9V
6
GND (A)
7
3.3V
GND
8
3.8VA
7
3.8VA
6
3.5V BLOCK
10
3.5V
GND
5
(IC162, D165, C172)
11
A.GND
5.3VA
4
12
D.GND
5.3VA
3
GND
2
GND
1
(Q168, R178, R179,
R180, C169)
5.2V BLOCK
8
5V
9
GND
(Q167, C168, R175,
R176, R177)
TO SYS
5.3VA
PVS01
PWR CTL BLOCK
(Q169, C170, R181,
R182, R183)
REG 5V
TO TU/SYS/ Hi-Fi
5.2V
FROM µ-COM
PWR CTL 'H'
TO AVCP
REG 5V
(Q166, C166, C167,
R174, ZD161)
TOSHIBA
LH-C444M
3-20
3-21
3. Y/C BLOCK DIAGRAM
(PB Mode)
59
ENV
DET
58
57
55 54 53
Y/C ENA
Y/C DATA
Y/C CLOCK
57
55 54 53
X-TAL
3.58MHZ
V. H/SW
Y/C ENA
Y/C DATA
Y/C CLOCK
(REC Mode)
51 50 49 48 47
SERIAL
DECODER
AUDIO C-ROT
MUTE RF-SW
HA SW IN
OUT
VX01
320FH
VCO
SLD
OUT
38
REC
APC
REC
AFC
CCD
CCD
CLAMP
DET
EP PB 'A'
65
67
EP REC
P
3.58M
BPF1
ACC
DET
SUB
CONV
MAIN
CONV
4.21M
BPF
SUB
CONV
YNR
COMB
CLAMP
SP REC
Y
LPF
73
32
B-UP
AMP
R
3.58M
BPF1
ACC
DET
30
YNR
COMB
DETAIL
ENH
CLAMP
NL
EMPHA
MAIN
EMPHA
TU/LINE1
VIDEO
AGC
Y
LPF
28
DVD
LINE2
FM
MOD
P
DOUBLE
LIM
FM
DEM
SUB
LPF
6dB
26
V.OUT
V.OUT
26
REC
FM-EQ
MAIN
DE-EM
22
FM
AGC
PB
FM-EQ
4.7K
74
34
CLAMP
ACC
AMP
70
Y/C
MIX
SP PB 'A'
C-LPF
69
MAIN
CONV
ACC
AMP
72
R
34
3.58M
BPF2
4.21M
BPF
66
VCA
BGA
CLAMP
P
C-LPF
SP PB 'B'
36
37
VCA
CNC
EP PB 'B'
IN
36
P
37
CLAMP
IN
64 ACC
39
39
22
B
21
B
21
20
TOSHIBA
LH-C444M
3-22
3-23
IC302
SW
BLOCK
3-24
5
6
3-25
1
LINE AUDIO(L) IN
LINE AUDIO(R) IN
A_IN
RF MOD.
13
55
ENA
54
71
9
2
From u-COM
78
A. OUT (R)
80
OUTPUT
SELECT
INPUT
SELECT
SIF
DE MOD
IC801
LA72670M
DATA
4
A. OUT (L)
CLOCK
57
53
10
78
A. OUT (R)
80
OUTPUT
SELECT
INPUT
SELECT
SIF
DE MOD
A. OUT (L)
AMP
74
12
73
11
71
9
2
57
6
4
6
ALC
10
76
OUTPUT
SELECTOR
IC801
LA72670M
10
76
NORMAL
AUDIO
OUT
(System)
4
NORMAL
AUDIO
OUT
2
78
80
ALC
REC
AMP
DET
9
MOD. OUT
A. OUT (R)
A. OUT (L)
IC301
LA71206M
DET
IC301
LA71206M
2) PB Mode
SIF
TUNER
TU701
EQ
AMP
REAR Jack
2
3
EQ 4
N.A.IN
LA71206M
IC301
DVD AUDIO
REAR JACK
LINE AUDIO(L) IN
LINE AUDIO(R) IN
1
13
IC801
LA72670M
1) EE Mode
R/P HEAD
REAR Jack
A_IN
RF_MOD
SIF
TUNER
TU701
4. NORMAL AUDIO BLOCK DIAGRAM
3) REC Mode
TOSHIBA
LH-C444M
5. Hi-Fi BLOCK DIAGRAM
A
DVD AUDIO
REAR JACK
FRONT
57
DVD A.IN 'L'
12
DVD A.IN 'R'
74
AV1 A.IN 'L'
11
AV1 A.IN 'R'
73
AV2 A.IN 'L'
9
AV2 A.IN 'R'
71
DEMO
DULATE
26
27
Hi-Fi PB 'A'
SIF
24
Hi-Fi REC
AUDIO INPUT
BLOCK
Hi-Fi PB 'B'
Hi-Fi/
REC
B
FM MODU
DE MODU
80
78
INPUT
SELECT
A.OUT 'L'
A.OUT 'R'
A.OUT
To JACK
OUTPUT
SELECT
3
IC801
LA72670M
6
MODULATOR
A.OUT
(To Tu)
4
NORMAL AUDIO
OUT(To AVCP)
NORMAL AUDIO
IN(From AVCP)
TOSHIBA
LH-C444M
3-26
3-27
6. SYSTEM BLOCK DIAGRAM
TO/FROM DECK
TO/FROM AVCP
5.3VA
23 MODE S3
CV IN
50
SQPB
H.A.SW
D.V.Sync
V. ENV
V.H.SW30
9 18 13 16 59
60
LD CTL
DPG
CFG
90 87 12
CAP. REV 'H'
24 MODE S2
76 95 94
CTL -
77
I-Limit
25 MODE S1
CTL +
11
GND
MODE S1
MODE S2
MODE S3
MODE S4
CAP. PWM
MS501
DRUM PWM
MODE S/W
COMP IN
17
REC 'H' 74
C.ROT 15
A.MUTE'H' 84
22 MODE S4
S clk
S in
S out
R/C
67
66
PM6001
65
14
IC601
FLD DRIVE IC
P6M01
FLD
X502
14MHz
38 X in
OSC
5V
TAPE TOP
X501
ES501
32.768KHz
R550
A. ENV
A. H.SW
A. MUTE 'H'
REC 'H'
39 X out
35 Xc in
OSC
IC501
M37760
36 Xc out
ES502
R535
LD501
DECK IR LED
R553
C534
RS501
C535
OSD
R556
80 T/U REEL
R536
T-UP REEL
TO/ FROM TU/IF
PLL CLK 71
PLL DATA 72
VCR 'H' 26
20 END Sensor
R564
TO Hi-Fi ONLY
CV OUT 52
AFT 100
R537
TAPE
END
TO/FROM AUDIO(Hi-Fi)
74
2
I C CLK 71
2
I C DATA 72
21 TOP Sensor
R557
8
19
68
(X2) CLK 64
(X2) DATA 63
TO DIGEST
(X2) DATA 50
CVIN FROM A/V
R555
RS502
R538
OSC in 2
OSC out 2
Vss (AMP)
Vss (OSD)
Vss (SYSCON)
Vcc (A/D)
Vcc (OSD)
Vcc
(SERVO)
Vcc
(SYSCON)
SUP REEL
R558
45
88
49
40
99
53
98
C582
58 CST IN
POWER FAIL 78
44
79 SUP Reel
37
CST.SW/REC TAP
5.3VA
IC504
GND
34
3
RESET
CS501
R544
R5C6
1
L511
R598
C595
C596
+
Vcc
2
1
L512
C592
+
+
GND
3
R583
R529
IC505
5.3VA
R541
Q501
OSC
C552
2
Q503
+
C500
R531
Vcc
5V
C503
C561
L501
TOSHIBA
LH-C444M
3-28
3-29
CIRCUIT DIAGRAMS
IMPORTANT SAFETY NOTICE
WHEN SERVICING THIS CHASSIS, UNDER NO CIRCUMSTANCES SHOULD THE ORIGINAL DESIGN BE
MODIFIED OR ALTERED WITHOUT PERMISSION
FROM THE LG ELECTRONICS CORPORATION. ALL
COMPONENTS SHOULD BE REPLACED ONLY WITH
TYPES IDENTICAL TO THOSE IN THE ORIGINAL CIR-
1. POWER(SMPS) CIRCUIT DIAGRAM 1
No power.
BD101, TH101 are defective.
300 H
Switching Error.
IC101 is defective.
No 32VA.
D122 is defective.
STR-X6757
1500P/
16V
Digitron Error.
D123, F102, ZD121, D124 are defective.
580 H
No 33VA.
D125 is defective.
0.0027 F/100V
Switching Error.
IC104 is defective.
No 13VA.
D126 is defective.
No 3.8VA.
D127 is defective.
0.047 F/63V
No 5.3VA.
D127 is defective.
No Power.
F101 is defective.
Switching Error.
IC105, 106 are defective.
NOTES)
Symbol denotes AC ground.
NOTES)
Symbol denotes DC chassis ground.
NOTE)
NOTE)
NOTE)
NOTE)
Warning
Parts that are shaded are critical
With respect to risk of fire or
electricial shock.
3-30
3-31
CUIT. SPECIAL COMPONENTS ARE SHADED ON THE NOTE :
SCHEMATIC FOR EASY IDENTIFICATION.
1. Shaded( ) parts are critical for safety. Replace only
THIS CIRCUIT DIAGRAM MAY OCCASIONALLY DIFwith specified part number.
FER FROM THE ACTUAL CIRCUIT USED. THIS WAY,
2. Voltages are DC-measured with a digital voltmeter
IMPLEMENTATION OF THE LATEST SAFETY AND
during Play mode.
PERFORMANCE IMPROVEMENT CHANGES INTO
THE SET IS NOT DELAYED UNTIL THE NEW SERVICE
LITERATURE IS PRINTED.
2. POWER(SMPS) CIRCUIT DIAGRAM 2
3-32
3-33
3. JACK, TUNER CIRCUIT DIAGRAM
3-34
3-35
4. A/V CIRCUIT DIAGRAM
IC301 Pins 53, 54, 55 are defective.
IC301 doesn’t operate.
6
X301 is defective.
PB COLOR Signal disappear.
IC301 Pin 57 is defective.
PB COLOR Signal disappear.
3
IC301 Pin 59 is defective.
Auto Tracking is failed.
9
2
8
5
4
1
1
7
1
PB Y+C
REC Y+C
WAVEFORM
FL301, Q304, Q305 are defective.
Normal Audio Signal is not recorded.
3-36
3-37
Q306, Q307 are defective.
EE, PB Screen doesn’t appear.
5. Hi-Fi CIRCUIT DIAGRAM
IC801 Pins37, 38 aredefective.
No Audio
23 Pin is defective.
No Hi-Fi Audio
REC
PB
3-38
3-39
6. SYSTEM CIRCUIT DIAGRAM
4 5
7
6
8
2
3
1
OSD will not operate.
µ-COM will not operate.
X501, X502 are defective.
L511, R598, C595,
C596 are defective.
OSD is unstable.
R597, C590, C589 are defective.
Deck will not operate.
R575, R576, R577,
R578 are defective.
µ-COM is unstable.
Q501, Q503 are defective.
Auto stop occures.
RS501, RS502 are
defective.
WAVEFORM
Tape mode not working.
(Tape remaining on reels)
Auto Rew will not start.
ES501, ES502, LD501 are
defective.
3-40
3-41
7. KEY CIRCUIT DIAGRAM
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
I
3-42
J
K
L
3-43
M
N
O
P
Q
R
S
T
• WAVEFORMS
* IC301 Waveform
* IC501 Waveform
280 Acqs
Tek Stop : 10.0KS/s
299 Acqs
T
Tek Stop : 250KS/s
T
18 Acqs
Tek Stop : 10.0KS/s
Trigger Position: 12%
27 Acqs
Tek Stop : 10.0KS/s
T
T
T
T
T
1
T
1
1
Ch1
IC301 Pins 20, 21, 22
100mV/10msec DIV
VV/EE
20 Main DE Emphasis Filter
21 Main DE Emphasis out
22 Clamp in
IC301 Pin 32
200mV/10msec DIV
EE
(VIDEO IN)
IC301 Pin 41
100mV/0.2msec DIV
REC/PB
(2fsc)
IC301 Pin 25
1.0V/20msec DIV
VV/EE
(C-SYNC OUT)
1.00 V
M5.00ms
Ch1
3.04 V
IC501 Pin 18
REC/PB
1.00 V
M 200µs
Ch1
1.00 V
IC301 Pin 14
100mV/5msec DIV
PB
(PB RF out)
IC301 Pin 73
500mV/2msec DIV
SP REC
(REC RF)
M5.00ms
Ch1
3.04 V
Trigger Level: 340mv
2 Acqs
Tek Stop : 5.00KS/s
T
1
1.00 V
IC501 Pin 95
REC
T
(DPG)
(DFG)
T
1
1
Ch1
Ch1
1.00 V
IC501 Pin 94
REC
IC301 Pin 66
500mV/2msec DIV
EP REC
(REC RF)
3-44
1
3.04 V
Ch1
T
IC301 Pin 49
100mV/0.2msec DIV
PB/REC
(3.58MHz X-TAL IN)
Ch1
IC501 Pin 13
QUE/REV
T
IC301 Pin 26
500mV/10msec DIV
EE
(VIDEO OUT)
M 5.00ms
120 Acqs
Tek Stop : 50.0KS/s
T
Ch1
3.04 V
IC501 Pin 13
QUE/REV
35 Acqs
Tek Stop : 10.0KS/s
Ch1
3-45
M5.00ms
Ch1
3.04 V
Ch1
1.00 V
IC501 Pin 87
REC/PB
M1.00ms
Ch1
500mV
M 10.00ms Ch1
3.04 V
IC501 Pin 90
REC/PB
(DPG/DFG)
IC501 Pin 97
PB
(CTL OUT)
340V
• CIRCUIT VOLTAGE CHART
MODE
PIN NO.
EE
PLAY
IC301
MODE
PIN NO.
EE
PLAY
MODE
PIN NO.
EE
PLAY
MODE
PIN NO.
EE
PLAY
MODE
PIN NO.
EE
PLAY
MODE
PIN NO.
EE
PLAY
Location
No.
Base
Emitter
EE
PB
EE
PB
Collector
EE
PB
55
0.68
0.93
20
0
0
75
0
0
5
5.19
5.19
60
3.86
0.23
Q301
4.26
4.26
4.97
4.96
4.907
4.91
1
2.3
2.31
56
0
0
21
0.11
0.11
76
0
1.79
6
1.91
2.07
61
3.15
0.24
Q302
0.758
1.74
0
0
0
0
2
2.29
2.28
57
0
2.56
22
5.17
5.17
77
0
2.72
7
0
0
62
4.02
0
Q303
0.734
0.72
0
0
0
0
3
2.29
2.28
58
0
1.61
23
]5.17
5.17
78
0
4.76
8
0.29
1.31
63
3.83
0
Q304
0
0
0
0
0
0
4
2.29
2.28
59
0
2.9
24
5.17
5.17
79
0
0
9
0
0
64
2.45
0
Q305
4.92
4.92
4.94
4.93
0
0
5
2.31
2.29
60
4.91
0.94
25
0
0
80
0
0
10
0
0
65
3.87
0.32
Q306
1.828
1.86
2.45
2.5
0
0
6
2.3
2.31
61
2.92
1.94
26
5.13
5.13
81
0
0
11
0
0
66
4.09
0.32
Q307
1.843
2.05
2.51
2.62
0
0
7
0
2.31
62
0
0
27
5.13
5.17
82
4.94
4.94
12
2.5
2.5
67
3.88
0.31
Q308
5.19
5.19
4.87
4.91
4.93
4.92
8
2.31
2.32
63
3.96
3.98
28
5.13
5.13
83
5.03
4.98
13
1.91
2.44
68
3.94
0.31
Q309
0
0
0
0
4.91
4.97
9
2.31
2.31
64
1.76
1.72
29
0
0
84
0
0
14
2.49
2.49
69
0
0
Q501
0.68
0.68
0
0
0
0
10
2.25
2.27
65
1.84
1.85
30
0
0
85
2.69
2.67
15
5.06
5.05
70
0
0
Q503
5.17
5.17
4.48
4.48
5.15
5.15
11
4.93
4.93
66
1.84
1.86
31
0
0
86
0.58
0.68
16
2.51
2.51
71
0
0
Q504
2.82
2.94
2.18
2.27
4.95
4.95
12
1
1
67
1.84
1.86
32
0
0
87
0.17
2.36
17
0
0
72
3.86
0.31
Q505
1.58
1.58
1.03
2.24
4.96
4.96
13
0.97
0.97
68
4.93
4.93
33
0
0
88
0
0
18
0
0.86
73
0
0
Q506
5.07
0
0
0
0
3.29
14
1.92
1.89
69
0.18
0
34
5.15
5.15
89
0.54
0
19
2.51
2.44
74
2.5
2.5
Q507
2.8
2.6
0
3.23
0
0
15
1.55
1.53
70
0.15
0
35
1.52
1.51
90
0.1
1.36
20
2.52
2.45
75
3.87
0.4
Q805
2.56
2.56
2.08
2.08
5.06
5.05
0.22
16
0
0
71
0
0
36
1.43
1.44
91
2.53
2.54
21
2.52
2.43
76
3.17
17
2.37
2.55
72
1.82
0.71
37
5.15
5.15
92
2.54
2.53
22
2.51
2.42
77
0
0
18
2.39
1.45
73
1.82
0.71
38
2.19
2.18
93
0.21
0
23
0.19
3.66
78
4.42
4.3
19
0
0
74
1.82
0.71
39
2.28
2.27
94
2.5
2.49
24
2.25
2.3
79
0
0
20
2.46
2.49
75
0
0
40
0
0
95
2.5
2.49
25
0
0
80
4.4
4.3
21
1.73
1.79
76
2.3
2.3
41
0.51
0.55
96
2.52
2.52
26
2.24
2.3
22
3.07
2.29
77
4.96
4.96
42
0.26
0.55
97
2.52
2.52
27
2.25
2.3
23
4.96
4.95
78
2.3
2.3
43
0.26
0
98
5.08
5.08
28
0
0
24
0
0
79
0
0
44
2.35
2.34
99
5.17
5.17
29
2.48
0.11
25
0.36
0.35
80
2.3
2.3
45
2.41
2.41
100
2.64
1.95
30
0
1.34
26
1.83
1.87
46
0
0
31
2.51
3.79
27
1.47
1.6
1
2.96
2.96
47
1.29
0
1
5.19
5.19
32
5.02
5.01
28
2.25
2.56
2
0
0
48
0
0
2
0
0
33
2.64
2.65
29
2.32
2.31
3
3.01
3
49
0
0
3
5.14
5.14
34
2.64
2.64
30
2.25
2.26
4
5.12
5.12
50
1.88
1.99
35
0
0
31
4.08
4.08
5
2.95
2.95
51
0.53
0.57
1
5.19
36
5.06
5.05
32
2.25
2.26
6
4.97
4.97
52
1.88
1.98
2
0
0
37
5.17
5.05
33
3.62
2.8
7
2.2
2.2
53
4.96
4.95
3
4.7
4.7
38
5.17
5.17
34
2.97
2.93
8
0
0
54
2.03
2.03
39
0
2.57
35
3.13
3.14
55
2.6
1.92
1
1.93
1.93
40
0.19
0
36
2.37
2.37
1
0.97
0
56
1.96
2.05
2
2.01
2.01
41
2.52
2.45
37
2.35
2.29
2
5.17
5.17
57
0
0
3
5.05
5.05
42
2.51
2.43
38
0
0
3
5.17
5.16
58
0
0
4
1.7
1.7
43
2.52
2.45
39
1.82
1.87
4
0
0
59
0
0
5
0
0
44
2.52
2.45
40
0
0
5
0.5
0.54
60
2.57
2.58
6
5.05
5.05
45
0
0.25
41
0.83
0.83
6
0
0
61
0
4.28
46
5.06
5.05
42
2.34
2.37
7
0.4
0.42
62
0
0
1
2.51
2
47
2.49
2.49
43
0
0
8
0.19
4.06
63
0
0
2
0
0
48
1.9
2.42
44
4.92
4.92
9
0.29
3.91
64
0
0
3
2.27
2.35
49
0
0
45
4.95
4.95
10
0.68
0.99
65
0.97
0.86
4
0
0
50
0
0
46
2.27
3.17
11
0
3.42
66
2.38
0
5
0
0
51
2.05
2.06
47
3.31
3.31
12
0
0
67
5.07
5.07
6
5.06
5.06
52
1.22
0
48
3.32
3.32
13
0
0
68
4.7
4.45
7
2.53
2.04
53
3.86
0.25
49
3.94
3.94
14
4.78
4.78
69
5.02
4.97
8
0
0
54
9.2
9.19
50
2.54
2.55
15
0
2.57
70
4.75
4.61
55
6.26
0.28
51
2.12
2.09
16
0
0
71
5.17
5.17
1
0
0
56
1.96
0.29
52
4.95
4.95
17
0.68
0.43
72
5.17
5.17
2
2.56
2.54
57
2.2
2.15
53
4.75
4.62
18
2.56
2.57
73
0
0
3
9.21
9.18
58
4.56
0
54
4.7
4.52
19
2.57
2.57
74
0
0
4
2.48
2.48
59
2.52
2.35
IC302
IC501
IC504
IC505
5.19
IC601
IC602
IC801
3-46
3-47
PRINTED CIRCUIT DIAGRAMS
1. MAIN P.C.BOARD
LOCATION GUIDE
3-48
3-49
2. POWER P.C.BOARD
NOTES)
NOTES)
NOTES)
NOTES)
Warning
Parts that are shaded are critical
With respect to risk of fire or
electricial shock.
LOCATION GUIDE
3-50
3-51
3. KEY 1(LEFT) P.C.BOARD
4. KEY 2(RIGHT) P.C.BOARD
3-52
3-53
DVD & AMP PART
ELECTRICAL TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE
1. System operation flow
Power On
1. 8032 initializes SERVO, DSP & RISC registers
2. Write RISC code to SDRAM
3. Reset RISC
Show LOGO
Yes
Tray Closed?
No
Tray Close to Closed position
SLED at Inner
Side?
Yes
No
SLED Moves to Inner Position
Judge whether have disc and disc type
2. Jump to related disc reading procedure
OPEN/ CLOSE
Key?
No
1. Execute Pressed Key & IR Key
1. Stop Playback & Open Tray
2. Display tray open message & LOGO
No
Receive
CLOSE Key?
Yes
3-54
2. Test & debug flow
TEST
Check the
AC Vol tage
Power PCBA (110V
or 220V)
No
Check the POWER PART
Yes
Switch on the Power PCBA
Is
the DC Voltage
outputs OK?
(5V, 3.3V, 8V, 12V)
No
Check the POWER PART
Yes
Is 3.3V and 2.5V DC
outputs normal on main
PCBA?
No
Check the regulators or diode(D501).
Yes
Communication between
VCR & DVD is normally?
No
Check the cable connection.
(PDV03)
Yes
Connect to PC RS232 Cable and
update the FLASH memory code.
Update
FLASH(IC5A1)
successfully?
No
1. Check 27MHz system clock.
2. Check systemreset circuit.
3. Check FLASH R/Wenable signal PRD,
RWR.
4. Check RS232 SIGNALS.
5. Check FLASH Memory related circui t.
Yes
Replace FLASH( IC5A1)
A
3-55
A
RESET or Power On.
Show LOGO?
NO
Flash
Memory operates
properly?
NO
Check connection lines between FLASH
& MT1379 and the FLASH access time
whether is suitable or not.
NO
Check connection lines between
SDRAM(IC502,IC503) & MT1379 and the
SDRAM is damaged.
YES
YES
SDRAM
works properl y?
YES
MT1379
VIDEO outputs
properly?
NO
Check the related circuit of MT1379.
(IC501 PIN 161,166, 168 check)
YES
Have
TV signal output?
NO
Check the filtering and amp circuit of
TV signal .(IC507)
YES
Check AV cable
connection to TV set .
Does
Tray move inside
when it is not at
closed position?
YES
NO
Normal
TROUT & TRIN
signals?
NO
Check the load OPEN &
CLOSE switch
NO
Check the Tray control IO pins
on MT1376 & MT1379.
NO
Check the Tray control amplifying
circuit on Motor driver.(IC402)
YES
Normal
TRCLOSE &
TROPEN signal?
YES
Normal
LOAD+ & LOADsignal ?
YES
B
Check the cable connection between
main PCBA and loader. (MECHA)
3-56
B
Does
the SLED move
No
to inner side when it is at
outer position?
Yes
No
Motor Driver STBY
Pin is High?
Check the connection line of
STBY signal .
OK
Yes
Motor Driver STBY
Pin is High?
No
Check the related circuit of
FMSO.
No
Check the amp circuit on
motor driver.
Yes
SL+ and SL- output
properly?
Yes
Do not put in disc and tray
close.
Optical
Lens has movements
for searching
Focus?
Yes
Check the cable connection
with MECHA.
No
Proper FOSO outputs
to motor driver?
No
Check FOSO connection on
MT1379 and motor driver.
No
Check the amp circuit on
motor driver.
Yes
Proper F+
& F- outputs?
Yes
C
Check cable connect of the
pick-up head.
3-57
C
Laser turns on when
reading disc?
No
Yes
LD01 or LD02 output
properly?
No
Check the laser power circuit
on MT1336 and connecting to
power transistor. (Q404, Q405)
No
Check the related circuit on
laser power transistor
Yes
Collector
voltage of power
transistor is OK?
(Q404, Q405)
Yes
Check cable connection between
transistor output and pick-up head.
Disc ID is correct?
No
Proper RFL signal
on MT1336?
No
Check the related circuit
on MT1336 RFL signal .
Yes
Yes
Check the RFL connection
between MT1336 and MT1379.
Does spindle rotate?
Yes
No
Proper
DMSO signal on
MT1379
No
Check DMSO related
circuit on MT1379.
No
Check the spindle control
amp circuit of motor driver.
Yes
SP+ & SP- output
properly?
Yes
Check the cable connection
between spindle and main PCBA.
D
3-58
D
Yes
Focus ON OK?
No
Proper
signals on A, B, C,
D of MT1336
No
Check connections between
MT1336 and pick-up head.
No
Check the related circuit
on MT1336 FEO signal .
Yes
Yes
Proper FEO signal
on MT1336?
Yes
Check FEO connection
between MT1336 and MT1379
Track On OK?
No
Proper FEO signal
on MT1336?
No
Check the related
circuit on MT1336
Yes
Yes
Properly TRSO signal
on MT1379?
No
Check the TRSO connection
on MT1379 and motor driver.
Yes
T+ & T- output
properly?
No
Yes
Check cable connection on
pick-up head.
Disc play?
No
Check RF signal waveform.
Yes
OK
3-59
Check the tracking control
amp circuit on motor driver.
E
Normal
Audio output
when disc playback?
YES
NO
Audio
DAC received
correct data stream?
NO
Check connection between MT1379
& Audio DAC. (Check ARCK, ALRCK
ACKL, ASDAT3)
NO
Check the related circuit of
Audio DAC. (Check Audio
out Pins 8, 5)
YES
Normal
Audio DAC
out? (IC206)
YES
Check Audio filter, amplify, mute
circuit. (IC205 Application circuit)?
TEST END
3-60
3. AUDIO µ-COM Circuit(DVD & AMP)
POWER ON
Does CD/DVD appear
at FLT?
NO
Does CD/DVD appear
at FLT?
YES
Does Loading appear
at FLD?
YES
NO
NO
YES
Check Connector (DVV01)
if is normally.
Check power part of Main
B/D.
YES
Check DVD Module.
Reconnet it.
NO
Refer to SMPS.
YES
NO
YES
NO
YES
Check if DVD an Audio
Micom Insert is OK.
Check Power.
NO
YES
YES
Does no Dise or Time
appear at FLD?
Does it appear DVD Error
at FLD?
NO
Check oscillator of X101.
Refer to oscillator Circuit.
YES
NO
Check DVD Reset
Waveform.
NO
Check IC101 Reset
Waveform.
Check if PN102 is high.
YES
Check SMPS.
Check if IC101 Pin53
is high.
YES
Check if IC101 Pin9, 36,
59 is high(5V).
NO
Check 3.3V line.
YES
Check if IC101 Pin49
is high.
NO
YES
Replace IC101.
3-61
Check Power dection
Circuit.
NO
OK
DETAILS AND WAVEFORMS ON SYSTEM TEST AND DEBUGGING
1. SYSTEM 27MHz CLOCK,RESET,FLASH R/W SIGNAL
1) MT1379 main clock is at 27MHz(X501)
3.8V, 27MHz
FIG 1-1
2) MT1379 & MT1336 reset is high active.
Power Cord in
5.2VA
PWR_CTL(SYSTEM µ-COM)
IC501 PIN83)
M_RESET(PDV03 PIN6)
URST(IC501 PIN 188)
FIG 1-2
3-62
3) RS232 waveform during procedure(Downloading)
TXD(J501 PIN3)
RXD(J501 PIN 2)
FIG 1-3
4) Flash R/W enable signal during download(Downloading)
FRD(IC5A1 PIN 28)
FWR(IC5A1 PIN 11)
FIG 1-4
3-63
2. SDRAM CLOCK
1) MT1379 main clock is at 27MHz(X501)
DCLK = 93MHz, Vp-p=2.2, Vmax=2.7V
(IC502,IC503 PIN 35)
FIG 2-1
3. TRAY OPEN/CLOSE SIGNAL
1) Tray open/close waveform
OPEN((PDM03 PIN7)
CLOSE(PDM03 PIN8)
TROPEN(IC402 PIN 1)
TRCLOSE(IC402 PIN 2)
FIG 3-1
3-64
2) Tray close waveform
OPEN((PDM03 PIN7)
CLOSE(PDM03 PIN8)
TROPEN(IC402 PIN 1)
TRCLOSE(IC402 PIN 2)
FIG 3-2
3) Tray open waveform
OPEN(PDM03 PIN7)
CLOSE(PDM03 PIN8)
TROPEN(IC402 PIN 1)
TRCLOSE(IC402 PIN 2)
FIG 3-3
3-65
4. SLED CONTROL RELATED SIGNAL (NO DISC CONDITION)
FMSO(2.0V/1.4V/1.0V)
(IC501 PIN 19)
STBY(5V) – (IC401 PIN 50)
SL+(4.7V/3.6V/1.9V)
(IC402 PIN 12)
SL-(5.3V/3.7V/2.5V)
(IC402 PIN 13)
FIG 4-1
5. LENS CONTROL RELATED SIGNAL(NO DISC CONDITION)
FOSO(1.5V/1.4V/1.3V)
(IC501 PIN 12)
F+(4.0V/3.6V/3.2V)
(IC402 PIN 9)
F-(4.0V/3.6V/3.2V)
(IC402 PIN 8)
FIG 5-1
3-66
6. LASER POWER CONTROL RELATED SIGNAL(NO DISC CONDITION)
MDI1(0V/180mV)
(IC401 PIN 124)
LD01(5.0V//3.5V)
IC401 PIN 125)
LD02(5.0V/3.6V)
(IC401 PIN 126)
FIG 6-1
7. DISC TYPE JUDGEMENT WAVEFORMS
F+(IC402 PIN 9)
FE(IC401 PIN 18)
RFL(IC401 PIN 19)
FIG 7-1 (DVD)
3-67
F+(IC402 PIN 9)
FE(IC401 PIN 18)
RFL(IC401 PIN 19)
FIG 7-2 (DVD)
F+(IC402 PIN 9)
FE(IC401 PIN 18)
RFL(IC401 PIN 19)
FIG 7-3 (CD)
3-68
F+(IC402 PIN 9)
FE(IC401 PIN 18)
RFL(IC401 PIN 19)
FIG 7-4 (CD)
8. FOCUS ON WAVEFORMS
FE(IC401 PIN 18)
FOSO(IC501 PIN12)
F+(IC402 PIN 9)
F-(IC402 PIN 8)
FIG 8-1 (DVD)
3-69
FE(IC401 PIN 18)
FOSO(IC501 PIN12)
F+(IC402 PIN 9)
F-(IC402 PIN 8)
FIG 8-2 (CD)
9. SPINDLE CONTROL WAVEFORMS (NO DISC CONDITION)
DMSO(1.4V/1.8V)
(IC501 PIN 18)
SP-(3.6V/2.4V)
(IC402 PIN 10)
SP+(3.6V/4.8V)
(IC402 PIN 11)
FIG 9-1
3-70
10. TRACKING CONTROL RELATED SIGNAL(System checking)
TE(IC401 PIN 21)
TRSO(IC501 PIN 13)
T-(IC402 PIN 7)
T+(IC402 PIN 6)
FIG 10-1(DVD)
TE(IC401 PIN 21)
TRSO(IC501 PIN 13)
T-(IC402 PIN 7)
T+(IC402 PIN 6)
FIG 10-2(CD)
3-71
11. RF WAVEFORM
RFOP(2.3V/1.1V)
(IC401 PIN 6)
RFON(0.8V/2.0V)
(IC401 PIN 7)
FIG 11-1
12. MT1379 VIDEO OUTPUT WAVEFORMS
1) Full colorbar signal(CVBS)
(IC507 PIN 23)
FIG 12-1
3-72
2) Y
(IC507 PIN 21)
FIG 12-2
3) C
(IC507 PIN 26)
FIG 12-3
3-73
13. AUDIO OUTPUT FROM AUDIO DAC
1) Audio L/R
(IC206 PIN 8,5)
FIG 13-1
2) Audio related Signal
ASDATA3
ASDAT3(IC501 PIN 157)
ABCK(IC501 PIN 148)
ALRCK(IC501 PIN 149)
FIG 13-2
3-74
14. DVD & AMP WAVEFORMS
1)
2)
• R311 → FRONT L
3)
• R303 → FRONT R
4)
• R309 → SURROUND L
5)
• R301 → SURROUND R
6)
• R307 → CENTER
• R305 → WOOFER
3-75
M
LOAD+,LOAD-
3-76
LIMIT
F+,F-,T+,T°‹
RVCC
+P8V
12V
DV33
VCC
V25
3V3M
AV33
+12V
AVCC
DVD_ESET
KEY Input
VCR
DVD_DATA_OUT
RVCC
VCC
PWRCTL
DVD_ENA
DVD_CLK
DVD_DATA_IN
SYS
RC601
REMOCON
RECEIVER
IC505
RESET IC
27MHz
X-TAL
IC501
MT1379EEC
DSP/MPEG
R/Pr G/Y
B/Pb
IC507
MM1623XFBE
VIDEO BUFFER
VCC
DQM[0:1]
5V
5V2A
-27VA
SCLK,SDEN,SDATA
PWMOUT2
MA[00:10]
BA0
DCLK
DCKE
CS#
RAS#
CAS#
WE#
DQ[00:15]
VF-
VF+
IC401
MT1336E
RF
RFON,RFOP,FEO,RFL,CSO
TEO,BDO,RFRP,HTRC,V2P8
AV33/DV33/V25
A[00:19]
PCE#
AD[0:7]
PRD#
PWR#
IC506
IS42S16400A
64M
5Banks
16BIT
SDRAM
SD33
Y[1:6]
POWER
BOARD
ADIN
TROPEN,TRSO,FOSO,DMSO,FMSO
V1P4
STBY,TRCLOSE
APC
DVD:RF0,A,B,C,D
CD:RF0,A,B,C,D,E,F
MDI1
LD01,LD02, IOA, V2.0
TROUT,TRIN
PICK
UP
IC5A1
29LV160TE
2M
16BIT
FLASH ROM
DV33
MA11,BA1
AC 90V~240V
50HZ/60Hz
VCC/+8V
IC402
LA6560
MOTOR
DRIVER
M
SL+,SL-
M
SLED
LOADING
(FEEDING)
MOTOR
MOTOR
SPINDLE
MOTOR
DISC
Y
C
TXD
ASDAT3
ACLK
ABCLK
ALRCK
SDA
SCL
RXD
L/R
IC205
NJM4580
OP-AMP
L/R
+9V
IC206
CS4334(2DAC)
REG_5VA
IC505
KS24C021CS
EEPROM
DV33
DV33
J501
RS232
BLOCK DIAGRAMS
1. Overall Block Diagram
ASPECT
CVBS
SP+,SP-
DECK MECHANISM
TOSHIBA
LH-C444M
M/D
PICK
UP
3-77
LOAD+, LOAD-
SL+, SL-
SP+, SP-
F+, F-, T+, T-
LIMIT,TRIN,TROUT
DVD: A,B,C,D, RFO
CD: A,B,C,D, E, F,RFO
V20
LD0 1, LDO 2, IOA
MDI 1
ALPC
IC402
LA6560
Motor Driver
TRCLOSE
STBY,V1P4
IC401
MT1336E
RF Signal
Processor
FOSO,TRSO,FMSO
DMSO,,TROPEN
ADIN
FEO,TEO,RFL,RFRP
BDO,CSO,HTRC,V2P8
RFOP,RFON
SDEN, SDATA,
SCLK,PWMOUT2
IC501
MT1379EEC
DVDPLAYER
COMBO
CHIP
27MHz
X-TAL
X501
RXD, TXD
SCL, SDA
PRD#, PWR#
PCE#
A[0:19]
AD[0:7]
RS232C(MTK)
EEP
ROM
FLASH
ROM
2. SERVO Block Diagram
TOSHIBA
LH-C444M
RF IC
Interface
FEO,CSO,TEO,ADIN,BDO
SDATA,SDEN,SCLK,URST
FMSO,DMSO
V1P4,V2P8
TROPEN,TRSO,FOSO
3-78
DVD_RESET
DVD_DATA
VCR SYSTEM
MICOM
ENTERFACE
X501
27MHz
IC501 (MPEG + DSP)
MT1379EEC
DVD_ENA
DVD_CLK
DVD_DATA_IN
RFOP,RFON,HTRC,RFRP,RFL
A[0:19]
PWR,PCE,PRD
IC5A1
FLASH MEMORY
(2 M )
AD[0:7]
ASDTA[0:3]
ACLK,ALRCK,ABCK
Y4(Y),Y5(Cb),Y6(Cr)
ASPECT(16:9)
Y2(Y),Y3(Color)
IC505
EEPROM
AUDIO
Interface
VIDEO
Interface
3. MPEG & MEMORY Block Diagram
TOSHIBA
LH-C444M
MPEG
MPEG
3-79
ADATA3
ALRCK
ABCK
ACLK
(Y/C)
(R.G.B) / (Y.Pb.Pr )
IC301
PS9818
AUDIO DAC
IC507
VIDEO 6dB
Amp
IC205 (OP Amp)
LPF&Buffer
SUPER VIDEO (Y/C)
AUDIO ‘R’
AUDIO ‘L ’
COMPONENT (R.G.B) / (Y.Pb.Pr )
CVBS
INTERFACE
4. VIDEO & AUDIO Block Diagram
TOSHIBA
LH-C444M
CENTER
SPDIF IN : AK4586
Analog L/R : MM1231
WOOFER
2,3,8,9/
10,11,
16,17
IC770
STA505
31/32
29/30
31/32
CS493264 PS9706
AK4586 NJM4560M
speaker
DVD L/R
40V 3.5A
DMOS output stage
50+50W :
THD=10%_30V(8ohm)
80W :
THD=10%_36V(8ohm)
2,3/8,9
IC750
STA505
10,11/16,17
FRONT L+-
SURROUND L+-
2,3/8,9
IC730
STA505
SURROUND R+-
FRONT R+-
Speaker jack
10,11/16,17
29/30
31,32/
29.30
32V
REAR R
S/WOOFER
CENTER
REAR L
FRONT L
Digital Audio Processor
3
only AD Mode
IC501
MT1379
92
80
79
181
180
183
184
19
20
36
7
2.5V
I/O control register (8bit) : SPI , I2C
data(16 or 24bit)
60/61 internal system clock : 98.304MHz
external : 12.288MHz (8 PLL)
6CH PCM
PWM
63/64 (24Bit,192kHz)
67/68
70/71
53/54
56/57
ABCK
FRONT R
AMCLK
31/32
ALRCK
2,3/8,9
3.3V
30
31
10
9
7
8
32 43
25
22
60
26
19
42 41 23 52
18 17 16 14
15
4.5~5.5V
34
VFD driver
SIO
8- bit 4 ch AD C
64K/48K-byte ROM
or 128K-byte flash ROM
or 1536/4096-byte RAM
Analog_L
SPDIF
11 4
9 14
S/W IC
IC203
MM1231
Analog_L
Analog_R
7
1231_CTRL
5V
Tuner or radio tuner
33
32
41
43
44
33
Analog_R
8BIT micom
100ns(min bus cycle time)
IC101
LC875700B
Multi CH audio CODEC
ADC 2CH (Dual bit_wide dinamic range)
DAC 6CH (Multy bit ..)
96kHz,24bit DIR
NON-PCM bit stream detect
control : serial interface
dinamic range : ADC_100dB , DAC_106dB
Volume control (AC-3)
IC202
AK4586
505_TH_WAR
505_PDN
12.288MHz
AMCLK
ALRCK
ABCK
ADATA
3
SCL
RESET
SDA
CS
IC710
STA505
CLK
12.288MHz
DI
IC301
PS9818
DO
INT0
INT1
3-80
RST
AMP BLOCK DIAGRAM
max 80W
5. DVD & AMP Block Diagram
TOSHIBA
LH-C444M
ADATA 0, 1, 2
CIRCUIT DIAGRAMS
1. MPEG CIRCUIT DIAGRAM
No Video signal
No Power on
System not working or
screen is abnormal
Video signal Y
Video signal Color
Incomplete Digitron
System not working
3-81
3-82
2. RF & SERVO CIRCUIT DIAGRAM
3-83
3-84
3. AUDIO, µ_COM CIRCUIT DIAGRAM(DVD & AMP)
LC875747B
L102 HB-1M2012
C102
2.2µF/
50V
C101
0.1µF/50V
L101
HB-1M2012
TUNER_L
TUNER_R
3-85
3-86
4. DIGITAL AMP CIRCUIT DIAGRAM (DVD & AMP)
3-87
3-88
5. PWM & CODEIC CIRCUIT DIAGRAM (DVD & AMP)
3-89
3-90
6. INTERFACE CIRCUIT DIAGRAM (DVD & AMP)
3-91
3-92
• CIRCUIT VOLTAGE CHART
MODE
PIN NO.
STOP
PLAY
IC101
1
5.23
MODE
PIN NO.
STOP
PLAY
MODE
PIN NO.
STOP
PLAY
MODE
PIN NO.
STOP
PLAY
MODE
PIN NO.
STOP
PLAY
MODE
PIN NO.
STOP
PLAY
MODE
PIN NO.
STOP
PLAY
MODE
PIN NO.
STOP
PLAY
MODE
PIN NO.
STOP
PLAY
MODE
PIN NO.
STOP
PLAY
55
2.04
1.96
41
2.44
2.45
51
3.21
318
5
5.11
5.07
61
3.28
0
116
2.06
2.09
5
0
1.51
60
0
0
115
0
0
5.22
56
0
0
42
0
0.01
52
0
0
6
0
1.95
62
0
0
117
0
0
6
1.48
1.47
61
2.59
2.57
116
2.86
3.01
2.54
2
0
0
57
2.36
2.36
43
4.24
4.23
53
1.59
1.58
7
0
0
63
0
0
118
0
0
7
0
1.56
62
2.58
2.58
117
2.86
3
1.75
1.99
58
2.42
2.42
44
4.93
4.93
54
1.59
1.58
8
0
0
64
0
0
119
0
0
8
3.2
1.52
63
0
0
118
0
0
4
0
0
59
4.9
4.91
55
0
0
9
5.11
0
65
0
0
120
5.1
5.05
9
0.12
0.06
64
2.59
2.56
119
0
2.5
5
4.91
4.91
60
2.4
2.4
1
0
0
56
1.59
1.58
10
5.11
5.08
66
0.026
0
121
0.13
0.15
10
0.12
0.06
65
3.29
3.29
120
2.55
2.51
6
NC
NC
61
1.8
1.9
2
0
0
57
1.59
1.58
11
5.11
5.08
67
5.12
5.08
122
0.14
0.15
11
3.25
3.25
66
3.3
3.29
121
3.03
1.4
7
0.54
1.88
62
4.9
4.9
3
3.21
3.18
58
3.21
3.18
12
0
0
68
0
0
123
0
0.18
12
1.41
1.49
67
3.29
3.29
122
3.03
1.4
8
0.54
1.88
63
0
0
4
4.91
4.91
59
0
0
13
5.11
0
69
5.12
0
124
0
0.18
13
1.41
1.41
68
2.57
2.56
123
0.22
1.39
64
5.23
5.22
5
3.21
3.18
60
1.59
1.58
14
5.11
5.08
70
3.21
2.03
125
5.08
5.03
14
0
0
69
5.19
5.18
124
0.22
0.34
6
2.95
2.92
61
1.59
1.58
15
2.84
2.81
71
3.46
2.2
126
5.08
3.16
15
1.42
1.42
70
2.59
2.57
125
0
0
4.93
7
1.72
1.7
62
0
0
16
1.45
1.43
72
2.81
0
127
0.06
2.08
16
3.3
0
71
0.12
0.08
126
3.31
0.98
128
0
0
IC301
9
4.91
4.91
10
0
0
11
4.77
4.77
1
12
0.12
0.12
2
0
0
8
0
0
63
1.59
1.58
17
2.08
2.07
73
0
0
13
4.72
4.72
3
4.93
4.93
9
0
0
64
1.59
1.59
18
1.37
1.42
74
0.21
0.09
14
0
0
IC202(AK4586)
10
0
0
65
3.21
3.18
19
0.69
2.3
75
0.22
15
0
0
1
2.41
2.39
11
0
0
66
0
0
20
2.4
0
76
16
0
0
2
2.04
2.07
12
0
0
67
1.59
1.58
21
2.35
0
17
0
0
3
4.85
4.84
13
0
0
68
1.59
1.58
22
5.11
18
0
0
4
0
0.01
14
0
0
69
0
0
23
19
0
0
5
3.28
3.28
15
3.21
3.18
70
1.59
1.58
20
0
0
6
4.85
0.01
16
0
0
71
1.59
21
0
0
7
1.18
1.15
17
0
0.9
72
3.21
22
3.24
3.22
8
1.65
1.65
18
0
0
73
23
0.91
0.91
9
1.63
1.62
19
0
0
74
24
1.65
1.65
10
1.3
1.25
20
0
0
25
0
0
11
0
1.63
21
0
26
0
0
12
0
1.63
22
27
1.99
1.93
13
0
0.58
28
3.12
3.12
14
0
29
3.26
3.25
15
30
3.12
3.12
31
4.65
32
33
IC102
4.93
17
2.53
2.53
72
2.53
2.52
127
0.26
1.64
IC402 (LA6560)
18
1.42
2.27
73
2.59
2.57
128
3.31
1.53
0
1
0
0
19
1.42
1.39
74
3.29
3.29
129
3.3
1.15
0
0.1
2
0
0
20
0
0
75
2.61
2.61
130
3.3
3.29
77
0.21
0.09
3
8.04
8.01
21
2.61
2.58
76
3.27
3.24
131
3.31
1.49
5.08
78
0.23
0.09
4
0.12
0.06
22
0.75
1.46
77
0
0
132
0.16
0.89
0
0
79
0.21
0.08
5
0
0.06
23
2.83
1
78
0.94
1.04
133
3.3
0
24
2.59
3.2
80
0.23
0.08
6
3.64
3.69
24
1.9
0.89
79
0.78
1.06
134
3.3
1.07
1.58
25
0.19
1.88
81
0.22
0
7
3.62
3.61
25
1.72
0.39
80
0.89
1.15
135
0
0
3.18
26
1.58
0
82
0
0
8
3.64
3.53
26
0.68
0.31
81
0.99
1.34
136
2.86
2.53
0
0
27
2.56
3.13
83
0
0
9
3.6
3.76
27
2.84
3.16
82
2.52
2.52
137
2.86
2.53
0
0
28
2
2.01
84
0.07
0
10
3.62
2.43
28
0
0
83
3.09
1.33
138
0.07
0.86
75
0
0
29
2
2.06
85
0.07
2.27
11
3.63
4.85
29
2.85
0.66
84
0.37
1.16
139
0.09
0.99
0.9
76
3.1
3.09
30
2.96
1.52
86
1.97
0
12
3.62
3.72
30
1.83
0.49
85
3.08
1.1
140
0.07
2.51
1.59
1.6
77
3.21
3.18
31
0
0
87
1.96
1.9
13
3.64
3.57
31
0.91
1.39
86
3.07
1.08
141
0.07
0.94
23
1.63
1.62
78
0
0
32
0.06
2.07
88
1.54
1.71
14
8.04
8.01
32
1.43
1.2
87
0.59
1.04
142
0.09
1.13
0.03
24
3.22
3.18
79
3.22
3.2
33
0.07
2.07
89
0.19
2.22
15
1.45
1.48
33
1.51
1.57
88
1.57
2.53
143
0.07
1.19
0
0.03
25
0
0
80
0
0
34
0
0
90
0.21
0
16
0.27
1.39
34
1.51
1.43
89
3.2
3.13
144
0.09
1.07
16
0.45
0.2
26
0
0.9
81
3.21
3.18
35
0
0
91
0.22
0.06
17
0.29
1.32
35
3.3
3.29
90
2.77
2.53
145
0.09
0
4.65
17
0
0.01
27
0
0
82
3.21
3.18
36
0
0
92
0.22
0
18
1.45
1.43
36
0.81
1.26
91
0.22
1.68
146
0
1.51
NC
NC
18
0
0.02
28
0
0
83
0
0
37
5.13
0
93
0.23
0.06
19
1.45
1.43
37
1.45
1.02
92
0
0
147
0.09
1.25
NC
NC
19
4.93
4.92
29
0
0
84
3.21
3.18
38
0
0
94
0.23
0.06
20
1.45
0.82
38
1.82
1.6
93
3.32
1
148
0.07
1.64
34
NC
NC
20
0
0.02
30
NC
NC
85
0
0
39
0
0
95
2.28
0
21
1.45
1.43
39
1.2
1.5
94
0.16
1.58
149
0.06
0
35
0
0
21
0
0.01
31
NC
NC
86
1.67
1.67
40
0
0
96
2.28
2.25
22
1.45
1.43
40
2
2.06
95
3.31
1.62
150
0
1.65
36
4.91
4.91
22
4.94
4.93
32
3.21
3.18
87
NC
NC
41
0
0
97
2.27
1.23
23
1.47
1.37
41
2.17
1.95
96
3.3
1.08
151
0.07
3.29
37
3.25
3.24
23
4.93
4.93
33
0
0
88
NC
NC
42
5.12
5.09
98
2.27
2.23
24
1.45
1.43
42
2.53
2.52
97
3.3
3.29
152
0
1.6
38
4.91
4.91
24
2.46
2.46
34
NC
NC
89
0
0
43
5.12
5.09
99
2.27
2.23
25
1.45
1.43
43
1.96
1.9
98
3.32
1.62
153
0
1.64
39
0
0
25
0
0.02
35
NC
NC
90
3.21
3.18
44
5.12
5.09
100
2.16
2.23
26
0.95
0.9
44
1.79
1.9
99
0.16
1.09
154
0
1.44
40
3.22
3.2
26
2.47
2.47
36
NC
NC
91
0
0
45
5.12
5.09
101
2.08
2.17
27
0
0
45
0.8
1.72
100
3.32
1.27
155
0
0
41
NC
NC
27
2.47
2.47
37
0
0
92
3.25
3.24
46
5.12
5.09
102
2.07
2.17
28
1.45
1.43
46
0.8
1.96
101
3.3
1.32
156
0
0
42
NC
NC
28
2.47
2.47
38
1.6
1.59
93
0
0
47
0
0
103
2.07
2.18
29
5.15
5.11
47
0.8
1.84
102
0
0
157
0
1.63
43
NC
NC
29
2.47
2.47
39
NC
NC
94
0
0
48
5.12
5.09
104
2.08
0
30
1.45
1.43
48
3.3
2.63
103
1.56
1.55
158
0
3.29
44
NC
NC
30
2.47
2.47
40
3.21
3.18
95
0
0
49
5.12
0
105
0.13
0.15
31
1.45
1.43
49
0
0.13
104
0.94
1.25
159
0
3.27
45
NC
NC
31
2.47
2.47
41
0
0
96
0
0
50
5.08
5.06
106
0.14
0.16
32
1.45
1.43
50
0
0.07
105
0.41
0
160
0
1.27
46
4.91
4.9
32
2.47
2.46
42
NC
NC
97
NC
NC
51
5.09
5.07
107
0
0
33
1.46
1.45
51
0
0
106
0.05
0.06
161
0
1.27
47
2.08
2.03
33
2.47
2.46
43
0
0
98
0
0
52
5.1
0
108
1.28
1.28
34
5.08
5.06
52
0
0
107
0
0.06
162
0
2.35
48
2.07
2.07
34
4.93
4.92
44
NC
NC
99
3.21
3.18
53
0
0
109
5.18
5.05
35
5.15
5.11
53
0
0
108
3.27
3.26
163
0
0
49
4.91
4.9
35
1.2
1.2
45
NC
NC
100
0
0
54
5.13
0
110
0.14
0.16
36
0
0
54
0
0
109
0
0
164
0
0.73
IC401(MT1336E)
50
NC
NC
36
0
0.01
46
3.21
3.18
56
1.61
0
111
0.15
0.15
IC402 (LA6560)
55
3.25
3.27
110
0.19
1.74
165
0
3.27
51
5.09
5.08
37
2.44
2.45
47
0
0
1
1.03
2.99
57
0
0
112
0.13
0.16
1
1.22
1.22
56
1.2
1.18
111
3.3
3.29
166
0
0.5
52
0
0
38
0
0.01
48
NC
NC
2
5.11
5.08
58
0
0
113
0.14
0.15
2
0
0
57
0
0
112
0.18
1.62
167
0
0
53
4.91
4.91
39
2.44
2.45
49
NC
NC
3
0
0
59
0
0
114
5.1
5.05
3
0.96
0.9
58
3.29
3.29
113
2.98
2.38
168
0
0.53
54
2.16
2.1
40
0
0.02
50
0
0
4
0
0
60
0
0
115
2.07
2.06
4
2
2.06
59
0
0
114
3.02
1.48
169
0
3.27
3-93
3-94
MODE
PIN NO.
STOP
MODE
PIN NO.
STOP
MODE
PIN NO.
STOP
170
0
0.59
3.29
4
2.83
3.12
10
15.61
171
0
0
IC507(MM1623)
5
0.69
0.26
11
172
3.01
173
0
0.72
1
5.09
5.08
0.72
2
2.43
2.42
6
1.72
0.25
7
1.92
0.9
174
0
0
3
5.09
5.08
8
1.7
175
0
2.73
4
1.45
0
9
176
0
3.13
5
0
0
177
0
3.13
6
1.45
178
179
0
3.25
7
0
0
8
PLAY
MODE
PIN NO.
STOP
MODE
PIN NO.
STOP
8
3.28
15.61
28
3.24
3.23
15.61
15.61
29
1.58
1.57
12
31.59
31.59
30
1.58
1.57
13
0
0
31
1.58
1.57
1.45
14
0
0
32
1.58
1.57
0
0
15
31.59
31.59
33
26.3
26.3
10
0
0
16
15.61
15.61
34
26.3
26.3
1.69
11
3.27
3.29
17
15.61
15.61
35
31.58
31.57
0
0
12
3.56
3.55
18
NC
NC
36
31.58
31.57
2.47
2.46
13
3.29
3.29
19
0
0
PLAY
PLAY
PLAY
PLAY
0
0
9
0
0
14
0
0
20
0.02
0.02
1
0
0
181
2.04
2.64
10
1.14
1.76
15
0.23
0.06
21
5.02
5.02
2
15.6
15.6
182
0
2.52
11
0
0
16
0
0
22
5.02
5.02
3
15.6
15.6
183
0
0
12
2.42
2.42
17
0
0
23
3.25
3.24
4
31.59
31.58
184
0
0.09
13
5.09
5.08
18
0
0.87
24
0
0
5
0
0
185
0
3.26
14
2.43
2.42
19
1.98
2.64
25
3.15
3.15
6
0
0
186
_
_
15
0
0
20
2.28
2.18
26
3.15
3.15
7
31.59
31.58
187
0
0.08
16
2.49
2.47
21
2.13
1.96
27
3.15
3.15
8
15.62
15.62
188
0
0
17
0
0
22
1.67
2.01
28
3.24
3.23
9
15.62
15.62
189
0
0
18
2.48
2.47
23
1.99
1.72
29
1.58
1.57
10
15.61
15.61
190
0
0
19
0
0
24
1.93
2.19
30
1.58
1.57
11
15.61
15.61
191
0.23
0
20
1.18
2.3
25
2.05
1.94
31
1.58
1.57
12
31.59
31.59
192
0
3.29
21
1.76
2.17
26
0
0
32
1.58
1.57
13
0
0
193
0
0
22
0
0
27
0
0
33
26.32
26.31
14
0
0
194
0
0
23
1.76
2.24
28
0
0
34
26.32
26.31
15
31.59
31.59
195
0
0
24
0
0
29
1.49
2.03
35
31.58
31.57
16
15.61
15.61
196
0
0
25
0
0
30
0.16
1.07
36
31.58
31.57
17
15.61
15.61
197
0
1.63
26
0
0
31
1.96
1.25
18
NC
NC
198
0
0
27
0.06
0.05
32
0.16
1.1
1
0
0
19
0
0
199
0
0
28
5.09
0
33
0.99
2.2
2
15.6
15.6
20
0.03
0.03
200
0
2.15
IC510(BUFFER)
34
1.17
1.07
3
15.6
15.6
21
5.06
5.06
201
0
1.44
1
0
0
35
0.79
1.82
4
31.59
31.58
22
5.06
5.06
202
0
1.44
2
2.59
2.55
36
0.15
1.07
5
0
0
23
3.24
3.23
203
0
1.43
3
0
0
37
3.29
3.3
6
0
0
24
0
0
204
0
1.43
4
2.59
2.56
38
1.93
3.09
7
31.59
31.58
25
3.15
3.15
205
0
1.42
5
0
0
39
0.16
1.07
8
15.62
15.62
26
3.15
3.15
206
0
2.1
6
3.24
3.23
40
1.5
2.2
9
15.62
15.62
27
3.15
3.15
207
0
2.07
7
0
0
41
0.16
1.07
10
15.61
15.61
28
3.24
3.23
208
0
1.41
8
0.14
0.08
42
1.21
2.64
11
15.61
15.61
29
1.58
1.57
209
0
1.52
9
0
0
43
0.16
1.08
12
31.59
31.59
30
1.58
1.57
210
0
1.43
10
0
0
44
1.64
1.48
13
0
0
31
1.58
1.57
211
0
2.81
11
0.15
0.09
45
2.05
2.06
14
0
0
32
1.58
1.57
212
0
3.28
12
0
0
46
0
0
15
31.59
31.59
33
26.3
26.3
213
0
0.12
13
0.15
0.08
47
0
0
16
15.61
15.61
34
26.3
26.3
214
0
0.12
14
5.19
5.19
48
0.07
0.13
17
15.61
15.61
35
31.58
31.57
215
1.02
1.43
15
0.14
0.09
18
NC
NC
36
31.58
31.57
216
0
1.43
16
5.25
5.24
1
0
0
19
0
0
IC505(EEPROM)
IC710
17
0.15
0.08
2
15.6
15.6
20
0.02
0.02
1
0
0
18
5.23
5.23
3
15.6
15.6
21
5.02
5.02
2
0
0
19
0
0
4
3.59
31.58
22
5.02
5.02
3
0
0
20
5.25
5.25
5
0
0
23
3.24
3.23
4
0
0
IC5A1(FLASH)
6
0
0
24
0
0
5
3.28
3.29
1
0.08
0.16
7
31.59
31.58
25
3.15
3.15
6
3.28
3.29
2
1.82
0.45
8
15.62
15.62
26
3.15
3.15
7
0
0
3
2.84
0
9
15.62
15.62
27
3.15
3.15
NO
DVD&AMP Q401
Q402
Q403
Q404
Q405
Q407
Q408
Q410
Q411
STOP
3-95
PLAY
B
E
C
B
E
C
5.2
0
5.08
5.01
5.01
0
2.85
5.2
0
5.19
0
0
5.08
5.08
0
0
5.2
0
0
0
0
0
0.44
5.2
0
0
5.2
5.2
0
4.93
4.96
3.32
0
2.83
0
0
5.19
0
0
5.02
4.01
0
0
5.2
0
0
0.22
0
0
1.9
0
0
0
5.19
IC750
180
IC730
SECTION
3-96
PRINTED CIRCUIT DIAGRAMS
1. DVD & AMP P.C.BOARD
LOCATION GUIDE
LOCATION GUIDE
3-97
3-98
SECTION 4 MECHANISM OF VCR PART(D-37)
CONTENTS
POSITION DRAWING OF DECK
MECHANISM PARTS
• Top View......................................................4-1
• Bottom View ...............................................4-1
DISASSEMBLY AND
ASSEMBLY OF DECK MECHANISM
01.Disassembly of Drum assembly ................4-2
02.Disassembly of Plate top disassembly..... 4-4
03.Holder Assembly CST ...............................4-4
04.Disassembly of Gear Assembly
Rack F/L....................................................4-4
05.Opener Door .............................................4-4
06.Arm Assembly F/L .....................................4-4
07.Lever Assembly S/W .................................4-4
08.Motor Assembly L/D ..................................4-5
09.Gear Wheel ...............................................4-5
10.Arm Assembly Cleaner..............................4-5
11. Head F/E ...................................................4-5
12.Base Assembly A/C Head .........................4-5
13.Brake Assembly T .....................................4-6
14.Arm Assembly Tension..............................4-6
15.Reel S / Reel T..........................................4-6
16.Base Assembly P4 ....................................4-7
17.Opener Lid ................................................4-7
18.Arm Assembly Pinch .................................4-7
19.Arm T/up ...................................................4-7
20.Supporter, Capstan ...................................4-8
21.Belt Capstan/Motor Capstan .....................4-8
22.Lever F/R ..................................................4-8
23.Clutch Assembly D37 ................................4-8
24.Gear Drive/Gear Cam ...............................4-9
25.Gear Sector...............................................4-9
26.Brake Assembly Capstan ..........................4-9
27.Plate Slider................................................4-9
28.Lever Tension ............................................4-9
29.Lever Spring..............................................4-9
30. Lever Brake..............................................4-9
31.Gear Assembly P2/Gear Assembly P3 ...4-10
32.Base Assembly P2/Base Assembly P3 ...4-10
33.Base Loading ..........................................4-10
34.Base Tension ...........................................4-11
35.Arm Assembly Idler Jog ..........................4-11
DECK MECHANISM ADJUSTMENT
• Fixtures and tools for service ................4-12
1. Mechanism Assembly Mode Check ........4-13
2. Previous Preparation for
Deck Adjustment .....................................4-14
3. Torque Measuring ...................................4-14
4. Guide Roller Height Adjustment..............4-15
4-1. Prior Adjustment...............................4-15
4-2. Fine Adjustment ...............................4-15
5. Audio/Control (A/C) Head Adjustment......4-16
5-1. Prior Adjustment...............................4-16
5-2. Tape Path Check between Pinch
Roller and Take-up Guide ................4-17
5-3. Fine Adjustment
(Azimuth Adjustment).......................4-17
6. X-distance Adjustment ............................4-17
7. Adjustment after Drum Assembly
(Video Heads) .........................................4-18
8. Tachometer Adjustment of
Deck Assembly........................................4-18
8-1. Check of Audio, RF Normalization
Time (Locking Time) in Play after
CUE or REV.....................................4-18
8-2. Check of Tape Curl and
Jam Status .......................................4-18
PROTECTION, MAINTENANCE AND
CHECK OF VIDEO FUNCTION
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Checking Points before Repair ...............4-19
Essential Check and Repair....................4-20
Regular Check and Repair......................4-20
Tools for Check and Repair.....................4-20
Maintenance Process..............................4-20
5-1. Removal of Foreign Materials..........4-20
5-2. Grease Application...........................4-21
TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE
1. Deck Mechanism.....................................4-23
2. Front Loading Mechanism.......................4-26
EXPLODED VIEWS
1. Front Loading Mechanism Section...........4-28
2. Moving Mechanism Section(1) .................4-29
3. Moving Mechanism Section(2) .................4-30
POSITION DRAWING OF DECK MECHANISM PARTS
• Top View
Order Of Disassembled
Part
Parts firstly
Disassembled
9
2
2,3
2,3,4
2,3,4,5
4
2
3
6
5
10
8
12
11
18
1
16
33
17
19
14
2,3
2,3
2,3,13,14
17
17
15
17,18
13
35
7
21, 22
15
• Bottom View
20
32
21
31
31
24
32
21
25
24
34
28
23
27
22
29
30
26
21
21,22,23,
24,2526
21,22,23,
24,2526,27
21,22,23,
24,2526,27
21,22,23,
24,2526,27
25
2, 3, 14,
25, 31
25, 31
2,3,14
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
Drum Assembly
Plate Top
Holder Assembly CST
Gear Assembly Rack F/L
Opener Door
Arm Assembly F/L
Lever Assembly S/W
3 screws
2 hooks
6 chasses
1 hook
Chassis Hole
Chassis Hole
Chassis Hole,
1 hook
Motor Assembly L/D
1 screw
Gear Wheel
2 hooks
Arm Assembly Cleaner
Chassis Embossing
Head F/E
Chassis Embossing
Base Assembly A/C Head 1 screw
Brake Assembly T
1 hook
Arm Assembly Tension
1 hook
Reel S / Reel T
Shaft
Base Assembly P4
Chassis Embossing
Opener Lid
Chassis Embossing
Arm Assembly Pinch
Shaft
Arm T/up
1 hook
Supporter, capstan
Chassis Hole
Belt Capstan/Motor Capstan 3 screws
Lever F/R
Locking Tab
Clutch Assembly D37
Washer
Gear Drive/Gear Cam
Washer/Hook
Gear Sector
Hook
Brake Assembly Capstan Chassis Hole
Plate Slider
Chassis Guide
(1) For assembly, check the assembly mode is accurate.
(2) Parts firstly disassembled indicate parts firstly disassembled in disassembly of related parts.
4-1
Ref. Posi
Draw- tion
ings
A-1
A-2
A-2
A-2
A-2
A-2
A-2
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
A-3
A-3
A-3
A-3
A-3
A-4
A-4
A-4
A-5
A-5
A-5
A-5
A-6
A-6
A-6
A-6
A-7
A-7
A-7
A-7
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
28 Lever Tension
1 Hook
A7
B
29 Lever Spring
1 Hook
A-7
B
30 Lever Brake
1 Hook
A-7
B
31 Gear Assembly P2/
Gear Assembly P3
32 Base Assembly P2
/Base Assembly P3
33 Base Loading
34 Base Tension
35 Arm Assembly Idler Jog
Bass
A-8
B
6 Chasses
A-8
B
3 Hooks
Chassis Embossing
Locking Tab
A-8
A-9
A-9
B
T
T
T:Top, B:Bottom
NOTE : Assembly order is a reverse of
disassembly order.
Fixing Type
DISASSEMBLY AND ASSEMBLY OF DECK MECHANISM
Drum Assembly
Cable Flat
(S1)
(S1)
(S1)
Cap, FPC
H2
H1
Holder FPC
Fig. A-1
1. Disassembly of Drum Assembly
(Figure A-1)
Cautions in assembly of FPC
1) Separate cable flat from the Drum FPC and the Capstan
Motor.
2) Release 3 screws (S1) on the bottom side of the chassis,
and separate the drum assembly.
3) Release the hooks (H1, H2) and separate both the holder
FPC and the Cap FPC (disassemble if necessary).
Cap FPC
Drum FPC
Holder FPC
Assembly shape seen in the reverse direction
4-2
DISASSEMBLY AND ASSEMBLY OF DECK MECHANISM
Plate Top
(Fig. A-2-1)
(B')
(C)
(B)
Holder Assembly CST
(Fig. A-2-2)
(E)
Arm Assembly F/L
(Fig. A-2-5)
Lever Assembly S/W
(Fig. A-2-6)
(H4)
(E)
Opener Door
(Fig. A-2-4)
(H3)
Gear Assembly Rack F/L
(Fig. A-2-3)
Fig. A-2
4-3
(A)
(B)
DISASSEMBLY AND ASSEMBLY OF DECK MECHANISM
2. Disassembly of Plate Top (Fig. A-2-1)
1) Separate the right part while leaning back the (B) part of
the plate top toward the arrow direction.
2) Separate the left part while leaning back the (B’) part of
the plate top toward the arrow direction.
(Tool used: Tool such as (-) driver, auger, etc with pointed or flat end)
4. Disassembly of Gear Assembly
Rack F/L (Fig. A-2-3)
1) Separate the hook (H3) while leaning ahead the hook (3)
after moving the gear assembly rack F/L toward the arrow
(A) direction.
2) Separate the gear assembly rack F/L toward the arrow (B)
direction.
CAUTIONS
CAUTIONS
Assemble while pressing the (C), (C’) part after corresponding them as in drawing.
For the assembly, correspond the gear part of gear assembly rack F/L to the gear drive.
Gear Rack F/L
(C')
(C)
(B')
(B)
Gear Drive
5. Opener Door (Fig. A-2-4)
3. Holder Assembly CST (Fig. A-2-2)
1) Firstly separate the left part from the groove on the (D)
part of chassis while moving the holder assembly CST
toward the arrow direction.
Holder Assembly CST
Chassis
(D)
1) Separate the opener door ahead from the guide hole of
chassis while turning it clockwise.
6. Arm Assembly F/L (Fig. A-2-5)
1) Firstly separate the left part of the arm assembly F/L from
the groove of chassis while pushing the arm assembly F/L
toward the arrow direction.
2) Separate the right part from the groove of chassis.).
7. Lever Assembly S/W (Fig. A-2-6)
1) Separate the lever assembly S/W while pushing it toward
the arrow direction after removing the hook (4) on the left
side of chassis.
Chassis
2) Separate the right part from each groove of chassis
CAUTIONS
(H4)
Assemble by inserting the left part after firstly inserting the
(E) part of the holder assembly CST into the groove on the
(E’) part of chassis.
4-4
DISASSEMBLY AND ASSEMBLY OF DECK MECHANISM
Arm Assembly Cleaner
(Fig. A-3-3)
(A)
(H5)
Gear Wheel
(Fig. A-3-2)
Base Assembly A/C Head
Motor Assembly L/D
(S5)
(Fig. A-3-5)
(Fig. A-3-1)
(A)
Head F/E
(C1)
(Fig. A-3-4)
(S4)
Fig. A-3
8. Motor Assembly L/D (Fig. A-3-1)
10. Arm Assembly Cleaner (Fig. A-3-3)
1) Take the connector (C1) connected to the Capstan motor
PCB out.
2) Remove a screw (S4) of the chassis (S4) and step backward, and disassemble it while holding it up.
1) Separate the (A) part of Fig. A-3-1 from the embossing of
chassis, and hold it up while turning it anti-clockwise.
9. Gear Wheel (Fig. A-3-2)
1) Release the hook (H5) of the gear wheel and disassemble
it upward.
11. Head F/E (Fig. A-3-4)
1) Separate the (A) part of the head F/E from the embossing of chassis, and hold it up while turning it anti-clockwise.
12. Base Assembly A/C Head (Fig. A-3-5)
1) Release a screw (S5) and disassemble while holding it up.
4-5
DISASSEMBLY AND ASSEMBLY OF DECK MECHANISM
Arm Assembly Tension
(Fig. A-4-2)
(H7)
Reel T
(Fig. A-4-3)
Reel S
(Fig. A-4-3)
Spring Tension
Brake Assembly T
Spring Tension
(Fig. A-4-1)
(H8)
(H6)
Fig. A-4
13. Brake Assembly T (Fig. A-4-1)
1) Release the spring tension from the lever spring hook
(H6).
2) Disassemble the brake assembly T while holding it
upward.
15. Reel S/Reel T (Fig. A-4-3)
1) Disassemble the reel S/ reel T while holding it up (comparison between Reel S and Reel T)
14. Arm Assembly Tension (Fig. A-4-2)
1) Release the spring tension the hook (H7) from the arm
assembly tension.
2) After releasing the hook (H8) of the base tension, separate it while holding it up.
Reel S
Reel T
CAUTIONS
Spring used for both brake assembly T and arm assembly
tension is used (2EA used).
4-6
DISASSEMBLY AND ASSEMBLY OF DECK MECHANISM
Opener Lid
(Fig. A-5-2)
(B)
Arm Assembly Pinch
(Fig. A-5-3)
(C)
Base Assembly P4
(C)
(Fig. A-5-1)
(H9)
Arm T/up
(A)
(Fig. A-5-4)
Chassis
Fig. A-5
16. Base Assembly P4 (Fig. A-5-1)
18. Arm Assembly Pinch (Fig. A-5-3)
1) Release the (A) part of the base assembly P4 from the
embossing of chassis.
2) Hold the base assembly P4 up while turning it anti-clockwise.
1) Hold the arm assembly pinch up.
17. Opener Lid (Fig. A-5-2)
1) Release the (B) part of the opener lid from the embossing
of chassis.
2) Disassemble the opener lid upward while turning it anticlockwise.
19. Arm T/up (Fig. A-5-4)
1) Turn the arm T/up to release the anchor jaw (H9) part of
chassis and then hold it upward.
CAUTIONS
For the assembly, check the (C) part of the arm assembly
pinch is assembled as in drawing.
- REVERSE THE MECHANISM.
4-7
DISASSEMBLY AND ASSEMBLY OF DECK MECHANISM
Suppoter Capstan
(Fig. A-6-1)
Belt Capstan
(Fig. A-6-2)
Motor Capstan
(Fig. A-6-3)
Washer(W1)
Clutch Assembly D37
(Fig. A-6-5)
(L1)
(L1)
Lever F/R
(Fig. A-6-4)
Chassis
(S6)
Fig. A-6
20. Supporter, Capstan (Fig. A-6-1)
22. Lever F/R (Fig. A-6-4)
1) Turn the supporter and Capstan by 90 deg. clockwise
with a driver for disassembly.
1) Release the locking tab (L1) and then disassemble it
upward.
21. Belt Capstan (Fig. A-6-2) /
Motor Capstan (Fig. A-6-3)
23. Clutch Assembly D37 (Fig. A-6-5)
1) Separate the belt Capstan.
2) Undo 3 screws (S6) on the bottom side of chassis and disassemble it upward.
1) Remove the washer (W1) and then disassemble it
upward.
4-8
DISASSEMBLY AND ASSEMBLY OF DECK MECHANISM
(H10)
(H11)
Gear
Gear Sector
Cam
(Fig. A-7-3)
(Fig. A-7-2)
(W2)
Washer (W2)
Brake Assembly Capstan
Gear Cam Hole(B)
(L2)
Gear Drive
(Fig. A-7-4)
(Fig. A-7-1)
Gear Drive Hole(A)
Plate Slider
(Fig. A-7-5)
Lever Tension
(Fig. A-7-6)
Lever Brack
(Fig. A-7-8)
(B)
Lever spring
(Fig. A-7-7)
Base Loading
Gear Cam Hole(C)
(A)
Chassis
Fig. A-7
24. Gear Drive (Fig. A-7-1)/
Gear Cam (Fig. A-7-2)
1) Release the locking tab (L2) on the bottom side of the
plate slider and then disassemble it upward.
1) Remove the washer (W2) and then disassemble the
gear drive.
2) Release the hook (H10) of the gear cam and then disassemble it upward.
27. Plate Slider (Fig. A-7-5)
CAUTIONS
For the assembly, adjust both the gear driver hole (A) and
the gear cam hole (B) straightly and then correspond the
gear cam hole (C) to the chassis hole.
25. Gear Sector (Fig. A-7-3)
1) Release the hook (H11) of the gear sector and then hold
the gear sector upward.
26. Brake Assembly Capstan (Fig. A-7-4)
4-9
1) Disassemble the plate slider while holding it up.
28. Lever Tension (Fig. A-7-6)
1) Release the lever tension from the guide (A) of chassis
while turning it anti-clockwise.
2) Disassemble the lever tension while holding it up.
29. Lever Spring (Fig. A-7-7)
1) Release the (B) part of the lever spring from the guide
(A) of chassis while turning it anti-clockwise.
2) Disassemble the lever tension while holding it up.
30. Lever Brake (Fig. A-7-8)
1) Disassemble the lever brake while holding it up.
DECK MECHANISM DISASSEMBLY
Gear assembly P2 Hole
Gear assembly P3 Hole
Gear Assembly P3
(Fig. A-8-2)
Gear Assembly P2
(Fig. A-8-1)
(H12)
(H13)
Lever Tension Boss
Plate slider Hole(B)
(H14)
Base Loading
(Fig. A-8-5)
(B)
(A)
Chassis
Base Assembly P3
(Fig. A-8-4)
Base Assembly P2
(Fig. A-8-3)
Fig. A-8
31. Gear Assembly P2 (Fig. A-8-1)/
Gear Assembly P3 (Fig. A-8-2)
32. Base Assembly P2 (Fig. A-8-3)/
Base Assembly P3 (Fig. A-8-4)
1) Hold the gear assembly P2 upward.
2) Hold the gear assembly P3 upward.
1) Disassemble the base assembly P2 downward while moving it toward the arrow (A) direction along with the guide
hole of chassis.
2) Disassemble the base assembly P2 downward while moving it toward the arrow (B) direction along with the guide
hole of chassis.
CAUTIONS
For the assembly, check the holes of both the gear assembly P2 and the P3 are adjusted straightly, and then correspond the gear section groove (A) to the plate slider hole (B).
33. Base Loading (Fig. A-8-5)
1) Release 3 hooks (H12, 13, 14) of the base loading, and
then disassemble them upward.
- Reverse the mechanism.
4-10
DISASSEMBLY AND ASSEMBLY OF DECK MECHANISM
Base Tension
(Fig. A-9-1)
Arm Assembly Idler Jog
(A)
(Fig. A-9-2)
(B)
(C)
Chassis
(D)
Fig. A-9
34. Base Tension (Fig. A-9-1)
35. Arm assembly Idler Jog (Fig. A-9-2)
1) Release the (A) part of the base tension from the
embossing of chassis.
2) Hold the base tension upward while turning it anti-clockwise.
1) Push both (B), (C) parts in Fig. A-9-2 toward the arrow
direction.
2) Disassemble the arm assembly idler upward.
CAUTIONS
Take care to ensure that the (D) part in the drawing is not
hung to chassis in disassembly.
4-11
DECK MECHANISM ADJUSTMENT
• Fixtures and Tools for Service
SR K
1. Cassette Torque Meter
SRK-VHT-303(Not SVC part)
Part No:D00-D006
-V
HT
-S
2. Alignment tape
Part No NTSC:DTN-0001
PAL:DTN-0002
3. Torque gauge
600g.Cm ATG
Part No:D00-D002
5. Post height adjusting driver
Part No:DTL-0005
6. + Type driver (ø5)
300
250
200
150
0 50
SR
K
VID
CAS EO
S
TOR ETTE
Q
MET UE
VHT ER
-303
-T
K- V HT0
SR
50
100
150
200
300
250
4. Torque gauge adaptor
Part No:D09-R001
4-12
DECK MECHANISM ADJUSTMENT
1. Mechanism Assembly Mode Check
Purpose of adjustment : To make tools normally operate by positioning tools accurately.
Fixtures and tools used
• Blank Tape (empty tape)
VCR (VCP) status
Checking Position
• Eject Mode
(with cassette withdrawn)
1) Turn the VCR on and take the tape out by pressing the
eject button.
2) Separate both top cover and plate top, and check both
the hole (A) of gear cam and the hole (A’) of chassis correspond (Fig. C-2).
3) If it is done as in the paragraph 2): Turn the gear cam as
in No.2) after mantling the motor assembly L/D.
• Mechanism and Mode Switch
4) Undo the screw fixing the deck and the main frame, and
separate the deck assembly. Check both the hole (A) of
gear cam and the hole (A’) of chassis correspond (Fig.
C-1).
5) Check the mode S/W on the main P.C. board locates at
a proper position as in (B) of the Fig. (C-1).
6) Connect the deck to the main P.C. board and perform all
types of test.
CHECK DIAGRAM
Mode S/W
Gear Cam
(C)
(B)
Gear Drive
Correspondence of the gear cam hole (O)
and the gear drive hole (O)
BOTTOM VIEW
Fig. C-1
Motor Assembly L/D
Gear Cam
(A')
(A)
Chassis Hole
TOP VIEW
Fig. C-2
4-13
Gear Cam Hole
DECK MECHANISM ADJUSTMENT
2. Previous Preparation for Deck Adjustment
(Preparation to load the VCR (VCP) with cassette tape not inserted)
1) Take the power cord from the consent.
2) Separate the top cover and the plate assembly top.
3) Insert the power cord into again.
4) Turn the VCR (VCP) on and load the cassette while pushing the lever stopper of the holder assembly CST backward. In this case, clog both holes on the housing
rail part of chassis to prevent detection of the end sensor.
If doing so, proceeding to the stop mode is done. In this
status, input signals of all modes can be received.
However, operation of the Rewind and the Review is
impossible since the take-up reel remains at stop status
and so cannot detect the reel pulse (however, possible for
several seconds).
3. Torque Measuring
Purpose of Measuring : To measure and check the reel torque on the take-up part and the
supply part that performs basic operation of the VCR (VCP) for
smoothly forwarding the tape.
Measure and check followings when the tape is not smoothly
wound or the tape velocity is abnormally proceeded:
Fixtures and tools used
• Torque Gauge
(600 g.cm ATG)
• Torque Gauge Adaptor
• Cassette Torque Meter
SRK-VHT-303
Item
VCR (VCP) status
• Play (FF) or Review
(REW) Mode
Mode
Measuring method
• Try to operate the VCR (VCP) per mode with the
tape not inserted (See ‘2. Prior Preparation for
Deck Adjustment).
• Measure after adhering and fixing the torque
gauge adaptor to the torque gauge (Fig. C-3-1)
• Read scale of the supply or take-up part of the
cassette torque meter (Fig. C-3-2).
Instruments
Reel Measured
Measuring Value
Fast forward Torque Fast Forward
Torque Gauge
Take-Up Reel
More than 400g°cm
Rewind Torque
Torque Gauge
Supply Reel
More than 400g°cm
Play Take-Up Torque Play
VHT-303
Take-Up Reel
40~100g°cm
Review Torque
VHT-303
Supply Reel
120~210g°cm
Rewind
Review
NOTE
Adhere the torque gauge adaptor to the torque gauge for measuring the value.
• Torque Gauge (600g.cm ATG)
• Cassette Torque Meter (SRK-VHT-303)
SR K
Torque Gauge
-V
HT
-S
300
250
200
150
SR
K
Torque Gauge
Adaptor
0 50
VID
C AS EO
S
T O R E T TE
Q
MET U E
VH T ER
-303
-T
K- V HT0
SR
50
100
150
200
300
250
Reel Table
Fig. C-3-1
Fig. C-3-2
4-14
DECK MECHANISM ADJUSTMENT
4. Guide Roller Height Adjustment
Purpose of adjustment : To ensure that the bottom surface of the tape can travel along with
the tape lead line of the lower drum by constantly and adjusting
and maintaining the height of the tape.
4-1. Prior Adjustment
Fixtures and tools used
• Post Height Adjusting
Driver
VCR (VCP) status
• Play or Review Mode
Adjustment Procedure
Adjustment position
• The guide roller height adjusting screw on the
supply guide roller and the take-up guide roller
ADJUSTMENT DIAGRAM
1) Travel the tape and check the bottom surface of the
tape travels along with the guide line of the lower drum.
2) If the tape travels toward the lower part of guide line on
the lower drum, turn the guide roller height adjusting
screw to the left
3) If it travels to the upper part, turn it to the right.
4) Adjust the height of the guide roller to ensure that the
tape is guided on the guide line of the lower drum at the
inlet/outlet of the drum. (Fig. C-4-1)
GUIDE ROLLER
HEIGHT
ADJUSTMENT SCREW
Fig. C-4-1
4-2. Fine Adjustment
Fixtures and tools used
• Oscilloscope
• Standard test tape
• Post height adjusting
driver
Measuring tools and
connection position
VCR (VCP) status
• CH-1: PB RF Envelope • Play the standard test
tape.
• CH-2: NTSC : SW 30Hz
PAL : SW 25Hz
Waveform
• Head switching output
P2 POST ADJUSTMENT
point
• RF Envelope output
point
1) Play the standard test tape after connecting the probe of
oscilloscope to the RF envelope output point and the
head switching output point.
2) Tracking control (playback) : Locate it at the center
(Set the RF output to the maximum value via the tracking control when such adjustment is completed after the
drum assembly is replaced.)
3) Height adjusting screw: Flatten the RF waveform.
(Fig. C-4-2)
4) Move the tracking control (playback) to the right/left.
(Fig. C-4-3)
5) Check the start and the end of the RF output reduction
width are constant.
CAUTIONS
Adjustment position
• Guide roller height
adjusting screw
P3 POST ADJUSTMENT
Fig. C-4-2
When the tracking control
locates at the center.
Flatten the waveform by
lightly turning the
guide roller height adjustment screw.
When turning the tracking
control to both sides.
Fig. C-4-2
Connection Diagram
There must exist no crumpling and folding of the tape due
to excess adjustment or insufficient adjustment.
OSCILLOSCOPE
RF ENVELOPE OUTPUT POINT
CH-1
HEAD RF SWITCHING OUTPUT POINT
4-15
CH-2
DECK MECHANISM ADJUSTMENT
5. Audio/Control (A/C) Head Adjustment
Purpose of adjustment : To ensure that audio and control signals can be recorded and
played according to the contract tract by constantly maintaining
distance between tape and head, and tape tension between the P3
post and the P4 post.
5-1. Prior Adjustment (performed only when no audio output appears in play of the standard test tape)
Fixtures and tools used
• Blank Tape
(Empty Tape)
• Driver (+) Type ø 5
VCR (VCP) status
• Play the blank tape
(empty tape).
Adjustment Procedure/Adjustment Diagrams
1) Basically use the A/C head assembly adjusted as in
SPEC.
2) Check there is crumpling and folding of the tape around
the A/C head. If it is, Turn and adjust the tilt adjusting
screw to ensure that the tape corresponds to the bottom
guide of the P4, and recheck the tape path after proceeding play for 4-5 seconds.
Adjustment position
• Tilt adjusting screw (C)
• Height adjusting screw (B)
• Azimuth adjusting screw (A)
3) Where the tape bottom is not equal to Fig. C-5-3, Adjust
the height by using the height adjusting screw (B) and
then readjust it by using the tilt adjusting screw (C).
CAUTIONS
Always check the height of the A/C head since most ideal
height of A/C head can be obtained when the bottom part
of the tape is away 0.2 ~ 0.25mm from the bottom part of
the A/C head.
Tape
A/C Head
8.3
P4
Tape
0.2~0.25mm
A/C Head Base
Fig. C-5-1
Fig. C-5-3
X-Value Adjustment
Hole
Fixed Screw
Azimuth
Adjustment
Screw(A)
Tilt Adjustment
Screw(C)
Height Adjustment
Screw(B)
A/C Head Assembly
Fig. C-5-2
4-16
DECK MECHANISM ADJUSTMENT
5-2. Tape Path Check between Pinch Roller and
Take up Guide (Check in the Rev Mode)
1) Check the tape pass status between the pinch roller and
the take-up guide.(Check there is crumpling of the tape
pass and folding of the take-up guide.)
1) (1) When holding of the take-up guide bottom occurs
Turn the tilt adjusting screw (C) clockwise and travel it
stably to ensure there is no crumbling or folding of the
tape.
1) (2) When holding of the take-up guide top occurs
Turn the tilt adjusting screw (C) anti-clockwise and
travel it stably to ensure there is no crumbling or folding of the tape.
1) 2) Check there is folding of the tape at the bottom or top
of the take-up guide in cutting-off the REV mode
CAUTIONS
If the RF waveform is changed after adjusting the A/C head,
perform fine adjustment to ensure the RF waveform is flattened.
5-3. Fine Adjustment (Azimuth Adjustment)
Fixtures and tools used
• Oscilloscope
• Standard test tape
(only for SP)
• Driver (+) Type Ø 4
Connection position
• Audio Output Jack
VCR (VCP) status
Adjustment position
• Play the standard test
• Tape, 1KHz, 7KHz.
• Azimuth Adjusting
Screw (A)
• Height Adjusting Screw
(B)
Adjustment Procedure
1KHz
1) Connect the probe of Oscilloscope to the audio output
jack.
2) Ensure that Audio 1KHz, 7KHz output is flattened at the
maximization point by adjusting the Azimuth adjusting
screw (A).
7KHz
A: Maximum
B: Minimum
Fig. C-5-4
6. X-distance Adjustment
Purpose of adjustment : To maintain compatibility with other VCR (VCP).
Fixtures and tools used
• Oscilloscope
• Standard test tape
(only for SP)
• Driver (+) Type Ø 4
Connection position
VCR (VCP) status
Adjustment position
• CH-1: PB RF Envelope • Play the standard test
• CH-2: NTSC ; SW 30Hz
tape.
PAL:SW 25Hz
• Head switching output
point
• RF Envelope output
point
Adjustment Procedure
1) After releasing the auto tracking, lightly turn the fixing
screw. Turn the (+) type driver (Ø 3 ~ Ø 4) on the X-distance adjusting hole to the right or left. Adjust the RF
envelope level to the maximum point and then fix the fixing screws.
2) For the 31mm head, adjust it with the SP tape recorded
in the width of 31mm since the head travels on the tape
track only for SP with the width of 58mm.
Left
Grove of Base A/C
Right
Connection Diagram
X-distance Adjusting Hole
Fixing Screw
Azimuth
Adjustment
Screw(A)
Tilt Adjusting Screw (C)
Height Adjusting
Screw (B)
Fig. C-6
OSCILLOSCOPE
RF ENVELOPE OUTPUT POINT
CH-1
HEAD RF SWITCHING OUTPUT POINT
4-17
CH-2
DECK MECHANISM ADJUSTMENT
7. Adjustment after Drum Assembly (Video Heads)
Purpose of adjustment : To adjust and stabilize the height change, X-distance change, etc
depending on the guide roller after assembling the drum.
Fixtures and tools used
• Oscilloscope
• Standard test tape
(only for SP)
• Post Height Adjusting
Driver
• Driver (+) Type Ø 5
Connection position
VCR (VCP) status
Adjustment position
• CH-1: PB RF Envelope • Play the blank tape.
• CH-2: NTSC : SW 30Hz • Play the standard test
PAL:SW 25Hz
tape.
• Head switching output
point
• RF Envelope output
point
• Fine adjustment of
guide roller
• Switching Point
• Tracking Preset
• X-distance
Connection Diagram
Checking/Adjustment Procedure
1) Play the blank tape (empty tape) and check whether the
guide roller crumbles or wrinkles the tape and adjust it if
necessary.
2) Check that the RF envelope output waveform is flat, and
adjust the height of the guide roller while playing the
standard test tape.
3) Adjust the switching point.
4) Check the RF envelope output is the maximum when
the tracking control locates at the center. If not maximum, set up to ensure that RF envelope output
becomes the maximum by turning the (+) type driver (Ø
3 ~ Ø 4) on the base A/C groove.
OSCILLOSCOPE
RF ENVELOPE OUTPUT POINT
CH-1
CH-2
HEAD RF SWITCHING OUTPUT POINT
Waveform
V1/V MAX = 0.7
V1/V MAX = 0.8
V1
RF ENVELOPE OUTPUT
V1
V2
8. Check of Traveling Device after Deck Assembly
8-1. Audio, RF Normalization Time (Locking Time) Check in Play after CUE or REV
Fixtures and tools used
• Oscilloscope
• 6H 3KHz Color Bar
Standard Test tape
• Stop Watch
Measuring standard
Connection position
VCR (VCP) status
• RF Locking Time: Within • CH-1: PB RF Envelope
• CH-2: Audio output
5 seconds
• RF Envelope output
• Audio Locking Time :
point
Within 10 seconds
• Audio output jack
• Play the 6H 3KHz
Color Bar Standard
Test tape.
Checking Procedure
1) Check that locking time of the RF and Audio waveform is
fallen within the measuring standard in conversion of the
play mode from the CUE or the REV mode.
2) Readjust the paragraph 5 and 6 if it deviates from the
standard.
8-2. Check of Tape Curl and Jam Status
Fixtures and tools used
• T-160 Tape
• T-120 Tape
Fixtures and tools used
Fixtures and tools used
• There must be no jam or curl at the
first, middle and end position of tape.
• Travel the tape at the position
of its first and end.
Checking Procedure
1) Check there is no abnormality of every traveling post
status.
2) There must be no abnormal operation of the counter in
occurrence of folding of the bottom tape. There must be
not abnormality of audio signal in damage of the top tape.
3) If there is abnormality, readjust the adjustment paragraph 4 and 5.
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PROTECTION, MAINTENANCE AND CHECK OF VIDEO FUNCTION
1. Checking Points prior to Repair
Following abnormal phenomena may be repaired by
removal of foreign materials and oil supply. Check oiling is
required at the checking set or cleaning status is complete.
Determine that necessity of checking and repair the set
exists after checking the using period of the set together
with the user. In this case, followings must be checked:
Phenomena
Checking Points and
Cause
Replacement
Color beat
Pollution of Full-Erase Head
o
S/N, Color Faded
Pollution of Video Head
o
F/E Head
Video Head
Horizontal, Vertical Jitte
Pollution of Video Head or
Tape Transport System
o
Poor Sound, Low Sound
Pollution of Audio/Control
Head
o
No tape wound or tape
wound loosely.
Pollution of Pinch Roller or
FF or REW impossible, Belt Capstan Belt
or slow turning
Tape loosely wound in
REV or Unloading
Deterioration of Clutch
Assembly D37 Torque
Pollution of Drum and
Traveling Device
Fig. C-9-1 TOP VIEW
A/C Head
Pinch Roller
o
o
Belt Capston
Clutch
Assembly A37
Fig. C-9-3
CAUTIONS
If operation of the position with (O) mark is abnormal even
after removing cause, replace it with substitute product since
it shows damage or wearing.
Fig. C-9-2 BOTTOM VIEW
* No. (1) ~ (12) shows sequence that the tape moves from the supply reel to the take-up reel.)
(6) Base Assembly
P3
(7) A/C Head
(3) F/E Head
(8) P4 Post
(5) Drum Assembly
(Video Head)
(10) Pinch Roller
(11) Take-up Guide
Post
(4) Base Assembly P2
(2) Tension Post
(9) Capstan Shaft
(1) Supply Reel
(12) Take-up Reel
Fig. C-9-3 Tape Transport System
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PROTECTION, MAINTENANCE AND CHECK OF VIDEO FUNCTION
2. Essential Check and Repair
4. Tools for Check and Repair
Recording density of the video is far higher than the audio.
Therefore video parts are very precise so as to allow only
error of 1/1000mm or so in order to maintain compatibility
with other videos.
If one of these parts is polluted or old, same phenomena will
appear as they are damaged.
To maintain clear screen, regular check, replacement of old
and damaged parts and oil supply, etc are essential.
(1) Grease: Floil G-3114 (KANTO) or equivalent grease
(Green)
(2) Grease: Kanto G-754, PL-433 (Yellow)
(3) Alcohol (Isopropyl Alcohol)
(4) Cleaning Patch (cloth)
3. Regular Check and Repair
Check and repair schedule is not constant since they vary
depending on method that the consumer uses video and
environment where the video is installed at.
However, for the video used by common household, good
screen will be maintained if regular check and repair per
1,000 hour is performed. The following chart shows relationship between using time and checking time:
Table 1
Time
Requiring
Checking
About
1 year
About
18 months
About
3 years
5. Maintenance Process
5-1) Removal of Foreign Material
(1) Removal of foreign material from video head (Fig. C-9-4)
Firstly try to use a cleaning tape.
(1) Use a cleaning patch if foreign materials are not removed
with the cleaning tape due to severe dirty of the head.
Soak the cleaning patch in alcohol and put it to the head
tip. Smoothly turn the drum (turning cylinder) to the right
or left (In this case, the cleaning patch must not be
moved vertically).
(1) After completely drying the head, test the traveling status
of the tape.
(1) If alcohol (Isopropyl Alcohol) remains at the video head,
the tape may be damaged when this solution touches
with the head surface.
Never use a cloth bar (commercial sale)
Average
hours used
per day
(2) Wipe the tape transport system and the drive system
with the cleaning patch soaked in alcohol (Isopropyl
Alcohol) when removing foreign materials from them.
1) The part touched with the traveling tape is called as
tape transport system. The drive system consists of
parts to travel the tape.
(2) 2) Care must be exercised so that unreasonable force
to change the pattern will be applied to the tape transport system during removal of foreign materials.
One hour
Two hours
Three hours
Drum
(Turning Cylinder)
Cleaning Patch
(Cloth)
Head Tip
Soak alcohol
(Isopropyl Alcohol).
Smoothly turn the drum (turning
cylinder) touching the soft surface
to the head tip surface.
Fig. C-9-4
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PROTECTION, MAINTENANCE AND CHECK OF VIDEO FUNCTION
5-2) Grease Applications
(1) Grease Application Method
Apply grease by using a cloth swab or brush. Care must
be exercised so that excess quantity should not be
used. If the excessive quantity is applied, wipe it with
the gauze soaked in alcohol (Isopropyl Alcohol).
NOTE: POSITION OF GREASE APPLICATION
(1) Inner Side Surface and Top
Surface of Loading Path
(2) Stable Adhesion Part of Base
P2, P3
(3) Arm Pinch Shaft
(4) Gear Wheel Shaft
(5) Reel S. T. Shaft
(1) (2) (3) (4): KG-684G
(Green)
(5): PL-433 (Yellow)
(2) Regular Grease Application
Apply grease to the designated application position
every 500 hour.
(1) Inner Side Surface and Top
Surface of Loading Path
(2) Stable Adhesion Part of Base
P2, P3 Coil
(3) Gear Cam Shaft
(4) Gear Drive Shaft
(5) Clutch Shaft Groove
(6) Guide Part on the Plate Slider
Side Wall (Left)
(7) Guide Part on the Plate Slider
Side Wall (Right)
(1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7): KG684G (Green)
2
2
1
4
1
3
3
4
6
5
7
Chassis (Bottom)
5
Chassis (TOP)
Gear Part
Cam Part
(PL-433.Yellow)
Gear Part
(PL-433.Yellow)
Gear Sector
Cam Part Side Application
(KG-684G.Green) Gear
Cam
Cam Part
(KG-684G , GREEN)
Cam Part
(KG-684G , GREEN)
Boss Part Side Wall
(PL-433.Yellow)
Gear Rack F/L
Gear Part Side Application
(PL-433.Yellow)
Base Loading
Gear Drive
Lever Tension Driving Cam Part
Lever, Brake Driving Cam Part
Gear Sector Driving Part
Inner Surface of
Guide Rail
(KG-684G.Green)
Lever F/R Driving Part
Side Wall Guide Part
Chassis (L)
4-21
Chassis (R)
Side Wall Guide Part
Lever, Spring Driving Part
Plate Slider
PROTECTION, MAINTENANCE AND CHECK OF VIDEO FUNCTION
Lever, F/R, Base, Tension
GEAR AY, P2 & P3
PL-433
LEVER, F/R
BASE, TENSION
Clutch Contact Part
(PL-433, Yellow)
Tension Arm Party
Hinge Part (PL-433, Yellow)
4-22
MECHANISM TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE
1.Deck Mechanism
A.
No Auto Rewind operates.
YES
Is output of the end sensor “H”?
“H”: 3.5V or less
“L”: 0.7V –1V or less
YES
NO
Is the end sensor Vcc applied at
5V?
NO
Check the Syscon power supply.
YES
Replace the end sensor.
Is voltage at both ends of the
IR LED 0.8V-1.5?
NO
Replace the LED.
YES
Is the Syscon checked?
B.
No F/R operates.
YES
Is the current mode an F/R
mode?
NO
Check the assembly position of
the Mode S/W.
YES
NO
Does the Capstan motor rotate?
YES
Does the T/up and the supply
reel Operate?
YES
Check the Syscon circuit.
4-23
Is normal voltage applied at the
Vcc1 and the Vcc2 of the
Capstan motor?
YES
Is the Vctl terminal voltage of the
Capstan Motor applied at more
than 4V?
YES
Replace the Capstan motor.
NO
Check the Servo, Power
circuit.
MECHANISM TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE
C.
Auto Stop operates.
(PLAY/CUE/REV)
Check the assembly mode.
Check the spring pinch.
Does the pinch roller attached to
the Capstan shaft turn in operation of the Play/Cue/Rev.
NO
NO
YES
Does the T/UP or the supply
reel pulse occur?
Is output of the DFG, DPG
normal?
Replace the drum motor.
YES
NO
Check the Servo, Syscon.
YES
Check the Syscon, µ-com.
Replace the reel sensor.
D.
No cassette loading is done.
Insert the cassette.
YES
Is operation of the lever
assembly S/W normal?
NO
Check the holder assembly CST.
YES
Does output of the CST IN S/W
change?
(In insertion of the REC tape:
“L”_“H”_ “L”)
(In insertion of the REC prevention tape:
“L”_ “H”_ “L”_ “H”)
NO
NO
Is the CST IN S/W normal?
Replace the CST IN S/W.
YES
YES
NO
Check the Syscon circuit.
Check the Syscon circuit.
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MECHANISM TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE
E.
No tape winding is done in
play.
Is the pinch roller attached to the
Capstan shaft in operation of play?
NO
Check the assembly mode?
YES
NO
Does the T/up reel operate?
NO
Is the Capstan belt hung?
YES
Hang the Capstan belt.
YES
Check the clutch and the idler
assembly.
Does the Capstan motor turn?
YES
Does the drum motor turn?
NO
YES
Is normal voltage applied to the
capstan motor Vcc1, Vcc2?
YES
Is the Vctl terminal voltage of
the Capstan motor applied at
more than 4V?
Is the DPG, DFG normal?
YES
NO
Check the Servo, power circuit.
YES
Are the T/up and the reel sensor
normal?
Replace the Capstan motor.
YES
NO
Check the Syscon circuit.
Is the Vcc voltage of the drum
motor normal?
NO
Check the Syscon circuit.
YES
Is the Vctl terminal voltage of the
drum motor at more than 2.3V?
YES
Replace the drum motor.
4-25
NO
Check the Syscon circuit.
MECHANISM TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE
2. Front Loading Mechanism
A.
No cassette insert is done.
Does the lever assembly
switch operate?
NO
Is the lever assembly switch
spring normal?
YES
YES
Does the CST IN switch
operate normally?
Is the Vcc of the main P.C.B
assembly?
NO
Add or replace the lever
assembly switches spring.
NO
Replace the F/L switch.
YES
Check the Syscon circuit.
NO
YES
Is voltage between the cassette
switch terminal and the GND on
the main P.C.B assembly?
Check the power circuit.
NO
YES
Check the mode switch position
and the Syscon circuit.
Is there short between the cassette switch terminal
and the GND on the main P.C.B assembly?
NO
YES
Replace the main P.C.B assembly or remove the short part.
Replace the CST IN switch.
B.
No cassette eject is done.
Does the L/D motor turn in reverse?
NO
Check the L/D motor and the drive IC.
YES
Does the lever assembly switch operate?
NO
Replace the lever assembly switch.
YES
NO
Does the arm assembly F/G operate?
Replace the arm assembly F/L
YES
NO
Does the opener door operate?
Replace the opener door.
4-26
MECHANISM TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE
C.
No safe adherence of tape is done.
Is cassette insert done?
YES
Does the opener lid operate?
YES
NO
Does the gear rack F/L operate?
YES
NO
Does the opener door operate?
YES
Check power supply of the L/D motor.
NO
Replace the front loading mechanism
assembly.
4-27
Replace the arm assembly F/L.
NO
Does the holder assembly cassette move
same as the arm assembly F/L?
YES
Check the assembly status of the
opener door.
NO
Does the L/D motor operate?
YES
Replace the gear rack F/L.
NO
Does the arm assembly F/L operate?
YES
Replace the opener lid.
Check the assembly status of the
holder assembly cassette.
EXPLODED VIEWS
1. Front Loading Mechanism Section
103
110
116
115
A24
105
112
113
106
102
100
114
032
107
A23
A21
109
054
A22
054A
4-28
EXPLODED VIEWS
2. Moving Mechanism Section (1)
OPTIONAL PART
031
079
011
017
022
032
A01
003
012
024
004
008
406
006
A03
409
007
013
016
014
015
009
405
027
026
028
031
029
021
4-29
EXPLODED VIEWS
3. Moving Mechanism Section (2)
518
055
060
051
080
056
058
052
061
052A
517
410
064
A11
067
077
066
065
032
068
070
069
023
A12
076
078
4-30
SECTION 5 MECHANISM OF DVD PART
CONTENTS
DECK MECHANISM PARTS
LOCATIONS
• Top View..................................................5-1
• Top View(without Tray Disc) .................5-1
• Bottom View ...........................................5-1
5. Frame Assembly Up/Down ..............5-4
6. Belt Loading......................................5-4
7. Gear Pulley .......................................5-4
8. Gear Loading ....................................5-4
9. Guide Up/Down.................................5-4
10. PWB Assembly Loading ................5-4
11. Base Main........................................5-4
DECK MECHANISM
DISASSEMBLY
EXPLODED VIEW
1. Holder Clamp....................................5-2
1. Deck Mechanism Exploded View....5-5
1-1. Clamp Assembly Disc.......................5-2
1-1-1. Plate Clamp ..................................5-2
1-1-2. Magnet Clamp ..............................5-2
1-1-3. Clamp Upper.................................5-2
2. Tray Disc ...........................................5-2
3. Base Assembly Sled ........................5-3
3-1. Gear Assembly Feed ........................5-3
3-2. Gear Assembly Middle......................5-3
3-3. Gear Assembly Rack ........................5-3
4. Rubber Rear......................................5-3
DECK MECHANISM PARTS LOCATION
• Top View (With Tray)
Procedure
Parts
Fixing Type
Starting No.
1
2
1
Holder
2 Screws,
Clamp
2 Locking Tabs
Clamp Assembly
Disass Figembly ure
5-1
5-1
Disc
1, 2
3
Plate Clamp
5-1
1, 2, 3
4
Magnet Clamp
5-1
1, 2, 3, 4
5
Clamp Upper
5-1
1
6
Tray Disc
5-2
1, 6
7
Base Assembly Sled
5-3
4 Screws,
1, 2, 6
8
Gear Assembly
Feed
1, 2, 6, 8
9
1 Connector
5-3
1 Locking Tabs
5-3
Gear
Middle
• Top View (Without Tray)
1, 2, 6, 8,
9
10 Gear Assembly
1 Screw
5-3
1 Screw
Bottom 5-4
Rack
1, 2, 7
11 Rubber Rear
1, 2, 7
12 Frame Assembly
1, 2
13 Belt Loading
1, 2 ,13
14 Gear Pulley
5-3
Up/Down
1, 2, 13, 14 15 Gear Loading
1 Locking Tab
5-4
1 Locking Tab
5-4
1 Locking Tab
Bottom 5-4
1, 2, 7, 12, 13, 14 16 Guide Up/Down
1, 2, 13
17 PWB Assembly
Loading
5-4
5-4
1 Hook
2Screw
1, 2, 7, 12, 13, 18 Base Main
2 Locking Tabs
5-4
14, 15, 16, 17
• Bottom View
Note
When reassembling, perform the procedure in
reverse order.
The “Bottom” on Disassembly column of above
Table indicates the part should be disassembled
at the Bottom side.
5-1
DECK MECHANISM DISASSEMBLY
Fig. 5-1
Fig. 5-2
1. Holder Clamp (Fig. 5-1)
2. Tray Disc (Fig. 5-2)
1) Release 2 Screws(S1).
2) Unhook 2 Locking Tabs(L1).
3) Lift up the Holder Clamp and then separate it from the
Base Main.
1-1. Clamp Assembly Disc
1) Place the Clamp Assembly Disc as Fig. (A)
2) Lift up the Clamp Assembly Disc in direction of
arrow(A).
3) Separate the Clamp Assembly Disc from the Holder
Clamp.
1-1-1. Plate Clamp
1) Turn the Plate Clamp to counterclockwise direction and
then lift up the Plate Clamp.
1-1-2. Magnet Clamp
1-1-3. Clamp Upper
5-2
1) Insert and push a Driver in the emergency eject
hole(A) at the right side, or put the Driver on the
Lever(B) of the Gear Emergency and pull the Lever(B)
in direction of arrow so that the Tray Disc is ejected
about 15~20mm.
2) Pull the Tray Disc until it is separated from the Base
Main completely.
DECK MECHANISM DISASSEMBLY
Fig. 5-3
3. Base Assembly Sled (Fig. 5-3)
3-3. Gear Assembly Rack
1) Release the Scerw(S3)
1) Release 4 Screw(S2).
2) Disconnect the FFC Connector(C1)
3-1. Gear Assembly Feed
3-2. Gear Middle
4. Rubber Rear (Fig. 5-3)
5-3
DECK MECHANISM DISASSEMBLY
Fig. 5-4
5. Frame Assembly Up/Down (Fig. 5-4)
Note
Put the Base Main face down(Bottom Side)
1) Release the Screw(S4)
2) Unlock the Locking Tab(L3) in direction of arrow and
then lift up the Frame Assembly Up/Down to separate
it from the Base Main.
Note
• When reassembling move the Guide Up/Down in direction
of arrow(C) until it is positioned as Fig.(C).
• When reassembling insert (A) portion of the Frame
Assembly Up/Down in the (B) portion of the Guide
Up/Down as Fig.(B)
6. Belt Loading(Fig. 5-4)
Note
Put the Base Main on original position(Top Side)
7. Gear pulley (Fig. 5-4)
1) Unlock the Locking Tab(L4) in direction of arrow(B) and
then separate the Gear Pulley from the Base Main.
8. Gear Loading (Fig. 5-4)
9. Guide Up/Down (Fig. 5-4)
1) Move the Guide Up/Down in direction of arrow(A) as
Fig.(A)
2) Push the Locking Tab(L5) down and then lift up the
Guide Up/Down to separate it from the Base Main.
Note
When reassembling place the Guide Up/Down as Fig.(C)
and move it in direction arrow(B) until it is locked by the
Locking Tab(L5). And confirm the Guide Up/Down as Fig.(A)
10. PWB Assembly Loading (Fig. 5-4)
Note
Put the Base Main face down(Bottom Side)
1) Release 2 Screws(S5)
2) Unlock the Loading Motor (C2) from the Hook (H1) on
the Base Main.
3) Unlock 2 Locking Tabs(L6) and separate the PWB
Assembly Loading from the Base Main.
11. Base Main(Fig. 5-4)
5-4
EXPLODED VIEWS
1. Deck Mechanism Exploded View
A01
001
002
003
429
A26
429
004
430
025
012
026
A03
432
431
030
024A
024
431
029
024B
431 031
430
024A
430
012
012
028
433 021
433
435
430
022
012
013
010
018
014
020
017
011A
A02
015A
015B
430
015
015C
431
011
5-5
5-6