Sharp XL-1500H Service manual

Sharp XL-1500H Service manual

XL-1500W

SERVICE MANUAL

No. S6242XL1500W/

COMPACT AUDIO SYSTEM

MODEL

XL-1500W

XL-1500W Compact Audio System consisting of XL-1500W

(main unit) and CP-XL1500H (speaker system).

• In the interests of user-safety the set should be restored to its original condition and only parts identical to those specified should be used.

CONTENTS

Page

SAFETY PRECAUTION FOR SERVICE MANUAL .......................................................................................................... 2

VOLTAGE SELECTION .................................................................................................................................................... 2

AC POWER CORD AND PLUG ADAPTOR ..................................................................................................................... 2

SPECIFICATIONS ............................................................................................................................................................ 3

NAMES OF PARTS .......................................................................................................................................................... 4

OPERATION MANUAL ..................................................................................................................................................... 6

DISASSEMBLY ................................................................................................................................................................. 8

REMOVING AND REINSTALLING THE MAIN PARTS .................................................................................................. 10

ADJUSTMENT ................................................................................................................................................................ 11

TEST MODE ................................................................................................................................................................... 12

NOTES ON SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM ............................................................................................................................. 19

TYPES OF TRANSISTOR AND LED .............................................................................................................................. 19

WAVEFORMS OF CD CIRCUIT ..................................................................................................................................... 20

BLOCK DIAGRAM .......................................................................................................................................................... 21

SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM ................................................................................................................................................. 24

WIRING SIDE OF P.W.BOARD ...................................................................................................................................... 32

TROUBLESHOOTING .................................................................................................................................................... 36

FUNCTION TABLE OF IC .............................................................................................................................................. 42

LCD SEGMENT .............................................................................................................................................................. 44

PARTS GUIDE/EXPLODED VIEW

SHARP CORPORATION

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This document has been published to be used for after sales service only.

The contents are subject to change without notice.

XL-1500W

SAFETY PRECAUTION FOR SERVICE MANUAL

This product is classified as a CLASS 1 LASER PRODUCT.

Precaution to be taken when replacing and servicing the

Laser Pickup.

The AEL (Accessible Emission Level) of Laser Power Output is less than Class 1 but the laser component is capable of emitting radiation exceeding the limit for Class1. Therefore it is important that the following precautions must be observed during servicing to protect your eyes against exposure to the Laser beam.

(1) When the cabinet has been removed, the power is turned on without a compact disc, and the Pickup is on a position outer than the lead-in position, the Laser will light for several seconds to detect a disc. Do not look into the Pickup Lens.

(2) The Laser Power Output of the Pickup inside the unit and replacement service parts have already been adjusted prior to shipping.

(3) No adjustment to the Laser Power should be attempted when replacing or servicing the Pickup.

(4) Under no circumstances look directly into the Pickup Lens at any time.

(5) CAUTION - Use of controls or adjustments, or performance of procedures other than those specified herein may result in hazardous radiation exposure.

Laser Diode Properties

Material: GaAIAs

Wavelength: 780 nm

Emission Duration: continuous

Laser Output: max. 0.6 mW

VOLTAGE SELECTION

Before operating the unit on mains, check the preset voltage. If the voltage is different from your local voltage, adjust the voltage as follows, Turn the selector with a screwdriver unit the appropriate voltage number appears in the window (110 V,127 V, 220 V or 230 V - 240 V AC).

AC POWER CORD AND PLUG ADAPTOR

QACCE0002SJZZ

QACCA0002SJ00

QACCB0003SJ00

QACCL0002SJ00

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FOR A COMPLETE DESCRIPTION OF THE OPERATION OF THIS UNIT, PLEASE REFER

TO THE OPERATION MANUAL.

SPECIFICATIONS

General

Power source

Power consumption

Dimensions

AC 110, 127, 220, 230 - 240 V, 50/60 Hz

30 W

Width: 226 mm (8-15/16")

Height: 145 mm (5-3/4")

Depth: 292 mm (11-1/2")

3.3 kg (7.3 lbs.)

Weight

Amplifier

Output power

Output terminals

Input terminals

MPO: 30 W (15 W + 15 W) (10 % T.H.D.)

RMS: 20 W (10 W + 10 W) (10 % T.H.D.)

Speakers: 8 ohms

Headphones: 16 - 50 ohms (recommended:

32 ohms)

CD digital output (optical)

Video/Auxiliary (audio signal): 500 mV/47 kohms

CD player

Type

Signal readout

D/A converter

Frequency response

Dynamic range

Tuner

Frequency range

Compact disc player

Non-contact, 3-beam semiconductor laser pickup

1-bit D/A converter

20 - 20,000 Hz

90 dB (1 kHz)

FM: 88 - 108 MHz

AM: 531 - 1,602 kHz

Speaker

Type

Impedance

Dimensions

Weight

2-way type speaker system

Tweeter

Maximum input power

10 cm (4") Woofer

20 W

Rated input power

10 W

8 ohms

Width: 146 mm (5-3/4")

Height: 267 mm (10-9/16")

Depth: 186 mm (7-3/8")

1.5 kg (3.3 lbs.)/each

Specifications for this model are subject to change without prior notice.

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NAMES OF PARTS

Front panel

11

5

12

1. CD Compartment

2. CD Open/Close Button

3. On/Stand-by Button

4. Function Selector Button

5. Bass/Treble Selector Button

6. Memory/Set Button

7. Clear Button

8. CD Stop, Tuning Down Button

9. CD Track Up or Fast Forward,

Tuner Preset Up Button

10. CD Track Down or Fast Reverse,

Tuner Preset Down Button

11. Volume Up and Down Buttons

12. CD Play or Pause, Tuning Up Button

Display

1. Timer Play Indicator

2. Sleep Indicator

3. CD Random Play Indicator

4. Memory Indicator

5. FM Stereo Mode Indicator

6. CD Play Indicator

7. CD Repeat Play Indicator

8. FM Stereo Receiving Indicator

9. Surround Indicator

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9

1

2

3

The rating label is located on the bottom of the unit.

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9

6

7

Rear panel

1. CD Digital Output Socket

2. Headphone Socket

3. AM Aerial Terminal

4. Aerial Earth Terminal

5. FM 75 Ohms Aerial Socket

6. Video/Auxiliary (Audio Signal) Input Sockets

7. Speaker Terminals

8. AC Power Input Socket

9. AC Voltage Selector

Speaker system

1. Tweeter

2. Woofer

3. Bass Reflex Duct

4. Speaker Terminals

Speaker grilles are removable:

Make sure nothing comes into contact with the speaker diaphragms when you remove the speaker grilles.

Placing the speaker system:

There is no distinction between the right and the left speakers.

Left speaker Right speaker

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26 27

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23

Remote control

1. Remote Control Transmitter

2. On/Stand-by Button

3. CD Button

4. Tuner Button

5. Timer Button

6. Clock Button

7. Memory Button

8. Dimmer Button

9. Surround Button

10. Volume Up and Down Buttons

11. Video/Auxiliary Button

12. Band Selector Button

13. Clear Button

14. Sleep Button

15. Random/Repeat Button

16. CD Open/Close Button

17. Tuner Preset Up Button

18. CD Track Down Button

19. CD Fast Reverse, Tuning Down Button

20. CD Play Button

21. CD Track Up Button

22. CD Fast Forward, Tuning Up Button

23. CD Pause Button

24. CD Stop Button

25. Tuner Preset Down Button

26. Bass Up and Down Buttons

27. Treble Up and Down Buttons

Buttons with " " mark in the illustration can be operated on the remote control only.

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Setting the clock

OPERATION MANUAL

3

Within 1 minute, press the PRESET ( or ) button to adjust the hour and then press the MEMORY button.

When the 12-hour display is selected, "AM" will change automatically to "PM".

4

Within 1 minute, press the PRESET ( or ) button to adjust the minutes and then press the MEMORY button.

This may be operated only with the remote control.

In this example, the clock is set for the 24-hour (0:00) display.

1

Press the CLOCK button and within 3 seconds, press the MEMORY button.

2

Within 1 minute, press the PRESET ( or ) button to select 24-hour or 12-hour display and then press the

MEMORY button.

"0:00" The 24-hour display will appear.

(0: 00 - 23:59)

"AM 12:00" The 12-hour display will appear.

(AM 12:00 - PM 11:59)

Note that this can only be set when the unit is first installed or it has been reset.

The hour will not advance even if minutes advance from "59" to

"00".

The clock starts from "0" second. (Seconds are not displayed.)

To confirm the time display when the power is on:

Press the CLOCK button.

The time display will appear for about 5 seconds.

Note:

The "0:00" or time will flash at the push of the CLOCK button when the

AC power supply is restored after a power failure or unplugging the unit.

Readjust the clock as follows.

To readjust the clock:

Perform "Setting the clock" from the beginning. If the time display is flashing, step 2 (for selecting the 24-hour or 12-hour display) will be skipped.

To change the 24-hour or 12-hour display:

1 Clear all the programmed contents.

2 Perform "Setting the clock" from the beginning.

Remote control

Battery installation

1 Remove the battery cover.

2 Insert the supplied batteries according to the direction indicated in the battery compartment.

When inserting or removing the batteries, push them towards the

battery terminals.

3 Replace the cover.

Test of the remote control

Face the remote control directly to the remote sensor on the unit.

The remote control can be used within the range shown below:

Press the ON/STAND-BY button. Does the power turn on? Now, you can enjoy the music.

Remote sensor

Precautions for battery use:

Replace all old batteries with new ones at the same time.

Do not mix old and new batteries.

Remove the batteries if the unit is not to be used for long periods of time. This will prevent potential damage due to battery leakage.

Caution:

Do not use rechargeable batteries (nickel-cadmium battery, etc.).

● Installing the batteries incorrectly may cause the unit to malfunction.

Notes concerning use:

Replace the batteries if the operating distance is reduced or if the operation becomes erratic. Purchase 2 "AAA" size batteries (UM-

4, R03, HP-16 or similar).

Periodically clean the transmitter on the remote control and the

● sensor on the unit with a soft cloth.

Exposing the sensor on the unit to strong light may interfere with operation. Change the lighting or the direction of the unit.

Keep the remote control away from moisture, heat, shock, and vibrations.

0.2 m - 6 m

(8" - 20')

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System connections

Setting the AC voltage selector

Check the setting of the AC voltage selector located on the rear panel before plugging the unit into a wall socket. If necessary, adjust the selector to correspond to the AC power voltage used in your area.

Turn the selector with a screwdriver until the appropriate voltage number appears in the window (110 V, 127 V, 220 V or 230 V

- 240 V AC).

Connecting the AC power lead

After checking all the connections have been made correctly, connect the AC power lead to the AC power input socket, then into the wall socket.

Wall socket

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2

Troubleshooting

If trouble occurs

When this product is subjected to strong external interference

(mechanical shock, excessive static electricity, abnormal supply voltage due to lightning, etc.) or if it is operated incorrectly, it may malfunction.

If such a problem occurs, do the following:

1 Set the unit to the stand-by mode and turn the power on again.

2 If the unit is not restored in step 1, unplug and plug in the unit, and then turn the power on.

3 If neither step 1 nor 2 restores the unit, do the following:

Press the ON/STAND-BY button to enter the power stand-by mode.

Unplug the AC power lead from the AC INPUT socket on the unit.

Whilst pressing down the MEMORY/SET button and the button, plug the AC power lead into the AC INPUT socket on the unit.

Notes:

Unplug the AC power lead from the wall socket if the unit will not be in use for a prolonged period of time.

Never use a power lead other than the one supplied. Use of a power lead other than the one supplied may cause an electric shock or fire.

AC Plug Adaptor

In areas (or countries) where a wall socket as shown in illustration is used, connect the unit using the AC plug adaptor supplied with the unit, as illustrated. The AC plug adaptor is not included in areas where the wall socket and AC power plug can be directly connected

(see illustration ).

Note for users in Australia and New Zealand:

An AC plug adaptor is not supplied if the lead has an Australian

Standard plug.

AC INPUT

Caution:

This operation will erase all data stored in memory including clock, timer settings, tuner preset, and CD programme.

After the above operation, interval span setting for AM will be returned to 9 kHz (50 kHz for FM) automatically.

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DISASSEMBLY

Caution on Disassembly

Follow the below-mentioned notes when disassembling the unit and reassembling it, to keep it safe and ensure excellent performance:

1. Take compact disc out of the unit.

2. Be sure to remove the power supply plug from the wall outlet before starting to disassemble the unit.

3. Take off nylon bands or wire holders where they need to be removed when disassembling the unit. After servicing the unit, be sure to rearrange the leads where they were before disassembling.

4. Take sufficient care on static electricity of integrated circuits and other circuits when servicing.

(A1) x2

ø3 x10mm

(B1) x1

ø3 x10mm

(B1) x1

ø3 x6mm

Top Cabinet

(B1) x1

ø3 x10mm

(C2) x4

ø3 x10mm

Figure 8-1

Cover,Rear Panel

STEP REMOVAL PROCEDURE FIGURE

1 Top Cabinet

2 Cover,Rear panel 1. Screw .................. (B1) x3 8-1

3 Chassis 1. Screw .................. (C1) x5 8-3

2. Screw .................. (C2) x4 8-1

3. Hook .................... (C3) x4 8-3

4 Tuner PWB

1. Screw .................. (A1) x4 8-1,2

2. Socket ................. (A2) x9 8-2

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6

Terminal PWB

Rear Panel

7 Main PWB

1. Screw .................. (D1) x1 9-1

2. Socket ................. (D2) x1

1. Screw .................. (E1) x2 9-1

2. Socket ................. (E2) x1

1. Screw .................. (F1) x1 9-1

8 CD PWB

1. Screw .................. (G1) x6 9-1

2. Screw .................. (G2) x2

3. Socket ................. (G3) x2

1. Flat Cable ............ (H1) x1 9-2

2. Socket ................. (H2) x2

3. Screw .................. (H3) x4

9 CD Mechanism

10 LED PWB

11 Switch PWB

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13

Display PWB

Gear Box

1. Screw .................. (J1) x4

1. Screw .................. (K1) x2

9-2

9-2

1. Hook .................... (L1) x2 9-3

2. Socket ................. (L2) x1

1. Screw .................. (M1) x6 9-3

2. Socket ................. (M2) x1

1. Hook .................... (N1) x3 9-3

Note:

After removing the connector for the optical pickup from the connector, wrap the conductive aluminium foil around the front end of connector remove to protect the optical pickup from electrostatic damage.

TOP Cabinet

(A2) x1

(A1) x2

ø3 x10mm

(A2) x8

Figure 8-2

Cover,

Rear Panel

Bottom Cabinet

Chassis

Hook

(C3) x4

2

Chassis

1

,

Bottom

Cabinet

Bottom Cabinet

(C1) x5

ø3 x6mm

Figure 8-3

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(G1) x6

ø3 x8mm

(E2) x1

(G3) x2

(G2) x2

ø3 x10mm

Main PWB

XL-1500W

(E1) x2

ø3 x10mm

Terminal PWB

Rear Panel

(F1) x1

ø3 x6mm

(H1) x1

(D1) x1

ø3 x10mm

Tuner PWB

(D2) x1

CD PWB

(J1) x4

ø2.5 x10mm

Holder PWB

(H2) x1

(H3) x4

ø2.5 x10mm

(K1) x2

ø2.5 x10mm

Holder,

Indicator Panel,CD

LED PWB

Figure 9-1

Chassis

Pull

Gear Box

Pull

Switch

PWB

(L2) x1

Hook

(L1) x2

Gear Box

Hook

(N1) x3

Hook

(N1) x3

Switch

PWB

Switch

Pull

Pull

Hook

(L1) x2

Top Cabinet

Figure 9-3

STEP REMOVAL

1 Speaker

PROCEDURE

FIGURE

1. Net Frame ........... (A1) x1 9-4

2. Front Panel ......... (A2) x1

3. Screw .................. (A3) x4

CD

Mechanism

(M1) x6

ø2.5 x10mm

Display PWB

(M2) x1

(H2) x1

Display PWB

Top Cabinet

Figure 9-2

Tweeter

Net Frame

( A1 ) x1

Front Panel

( A2 ) x1

( A3 ) x4

ø3.5 x12mm

Woofer

Screwdriver

Figure 9-4

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REMOVING AND REINSTALLING THE MAIN PARTS

How to remove the CD lid (See Fig. 10-1.)

Perform steps 1 to 13 of the disassembly method to remove the gear box. (See page 8,9)

1. Remove the screws (A1) x 2 pcs., to remove the CD lid

motor.

2. Remove the hooks (A2) x 3 pcs., to remove the worm wheel.

Caution:

Be careful so that the gear is not damaged.

(The damage gear emits noise during searching.)

Hook

(A2) x3

Worm Wheel

(A1) x2

ø2 x3mm

CD Lid Motor

Figure 10-1

CD MECHANISM SECTION (See Fig. 10-2.)

Perform steps 1 to 9 of the disassembly method to remove the

CD mechanism. (See page 8,9)

1. Remove the mechanism cover, paying attention to the pawls (A1)x 4 pcs.

2. Remove the screws (A2) x 2 pcs., to remove the shaft (A3) x 1 pc.

3. Remove the stop washer (A4) x 1 pc., to remove the gear

(A5) x 1 pc.

4. Remove the pickup unit.

Note:

After removing the connector for the optical pickup from the connector, wrap the conductive aluminium foil around the front end of connector remove to protect the optical pickup from electrostatic damage.

(A1) x4

Mechanism Cover

(A2) x2

ø2.6 x6mm

CD Mechanism

Shaft

(A3) x1

Gear

(A5) x1

Stop Washer

(A4) x1

Pickup unit

Figure 10-2

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ADJUSTMENT

TUNER SECTION

fL: Low-range frequency fH: High-range frequency

• AM IF/RF

Signal generator: 400 Hz, 30%, AM modulated

Frequency Frequency Display

AM IF

AM Band

Coverage

AM

Tracking

450 kHz

990 kHz

1,620 kHz

522 kHz

990 kHz

Setting/

Adjusting

Parts

T351

Instrument

Connection

*1

(fL): T306 *2

1.1

±

0.1 V

(fL): T302 *1

*1. Input: Antenna, Output: Speaker Terminal

*2. Input: Input is not connected, Output: TP301

• Setting the Test Mode

Keeping the FF/FWD button and MEMORY/SET button pressed, turn on ON/STAND-BY. Then, the frequency is initially set in the memory as shown in Table. Call it with the

VOLUME UP/DOWN button to use it for adjustment and check of tuner circuit.

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4

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2

5

Preset No.

FM

87.50 MHz

108.00 MHz

98.00 MHz

90.00 MHz

106.00 MHz

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9

6

7

10

Preset No.

AM

522 kHz

1,620 kHz

990 kHz

603 kHz

1,404 kHz

• FM Mute Level

Signal generator: 1 kHz, 40 kHz dev., FM modulated

Frequency

98.00 MHz

(30 dB

µ

V)

Display

98.00 MHz

Adjusting

Parts

Instrument

Connection

VR351*1 Input: SO301

Output: Speaker

Terminal

*1. Adjust so that an output signal appears.

• Check FM VT

Signal generator: 1 kHz, 40 kHz dev., FM modulated

Frequency Display

87.5 MHz

108 MHz

87.5 MHz

108 MHz

Check Point Instrument

Connection

2.2 V

±

0.7 V TP301

7.3 V

±

1.0 V TP301

FM

75

SO301

ANTENNA

TERMINAL

OHMS

TUNER PWB-B1

GND

AM

TP301

FE301

20

IC302

VR351

FM Mute

Level

T351

AM IF

IC303

T302

AM

Tracking fL

T306

AM Band

Coverage fL

Figure 11 ADJUSTMENT POINTS

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TEST MODE

The test mode applied to this microcomputer has three modes, namely the ordinary test mode for adjustment or measurement, the aging test mode, and the self-diagnosis test mode for self-judgment in case of final product inspection.

1. Turning on the test mode

For obtaining each test mode, press the ON/STAND-BY button, while keeping pressing the following two buttons in the ordinary stand-by mode (power off ). In this case, the main unit buttons are valid. When turning the ON/STAND-BY on with remote control buttons, test modes are not obtained.

[Ordinary test mode]

1. CD Test Mode (TEST 1).....................................BASS/TREBLE + STOP

2. Tuner Test Mode (TEST 2).................................BASS/TREBLE + VOL+

3. Electronic Volume Test Mode (TEST 3)............. BASS/TREBLE + VOL–

4. Timer Test Mode (TEST 4)................................. MEMORY/SET + STOP

5. LCD Test Mode (TEST 5)................................... MEMORY/SET + VOL–

6. Electric CD Lid Aging Test Mode (TEST 8)........ MEMORY/SET + VOL+

[Self-diagnosis Test Mode]

1. Button input diagnosis test mode (TEST6).…....MEMORY/SET + PLAY

Processes are different depending on destinations at initial settings.

2. CD Test Mode (TEST 1)

In the CD test mode the operation of each step is possible even if the LID-SW is off. If focus cannot be taken in step 3 or any error is processed, it is impossible to proceed to the next step. During error processing, end the test mode by pressing the ON/STAND-

BY button or return to the step 1 by pressing the CD STOP button. Any other operations are inhibited.

1. Step 1 Mode

When the CD test mode is obtained, the following display lights up. Then CD initialization operation flow proceeds up to CD

STB off to wait for the following buttons to be pressed.

One second after display lights up

Press the following buttons in this state to obtain the operations specified below.

"ON/STAND-BY" ...... Test mode and power turned off to shift to the ordinary standby mode.

"FF/FWD" ................. After the pickup returns to the innermost periphery, it slides toward the outer periphery while this button is pressed.

"REW/REV" .............. After the pickup returns to the innermost periphery, it slides toward the inner periphery while this button is pressed. If PICKUP IN is on, input is invalid.

"PLAY" ..................... Shift to step 2

"STOP" ..................... Invalid

"FUNCTION" ............ Shift to step 5

* In case of initialization, the pickup is moved toward the inner periphery. Any buttons other than "ON/STAND-BY" button are not accepted until the shift of pickup to the inner periphery is completed at this time. If PICKUP IN SW ON cannot be detected within 10 seconds, the slide motor stops, and the following error display appears. Press the ON/STAND-BY button to end the test mode, or press the CD STOP button to return to step 1. Any other operations are inhibited.

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2. Step 2 Mode

Press the "CD PLAY" button in this mode to transmit the laser lighting command LDON (8400) and turn on the laser. Any other operations are not performed in this case.

Press the following buttons in this state to obtain the operations specified below.

"ON/STAND-BY" ..... Test mode and power turned off to shift to the ordinary standby mode.

"FF/FWD" ................ The pickup slides toward the outer periphery while this button is pressed.

"REW/REV" ............. The pickup slides toward the inner periphery while this button is pressed. If PICKUP IN is on, input is invalid.

"PLAY" ..................... Shift to step 3

"STOP" .................... Return to step 1

"FUNCTION" ........... Shift to step 5

3. Step 3 Mode

While the laser keeps lighting, CD initialization operation flow proceeds up to 'CLV servo ON' to wait for the following buttons to be pressed. (Focus servo turned on for focus search)

The focus search is repeated to take focus.

Press the following buttons in this state to obtain the operations specified below.

"ON/STAND-BY" ..... Test mode and power turned off to shift to the ordinary standby mode.

"FF/FWD" ................ The pickup slides toward the outer periphery while this button is pressed.

"REW/REV" ............. The pickup slides toward the inner periphery while this button is pressed. If PICKUP IN is on, input is invalid.

"PLAY" ..................... If focus has been taken, shift to step 4 is executed. If not, acceptance is inhibited.

"STOP" .................... Return to step 1

"FUNCTION" ........... Shift to step 5

*If the focus is not received after it has been taken, the process returns to step 1.

4. Step 4 Mode

The CLV servo ON command (8600) is transmitted to wait for the following buttons to be pressed. (The disc is rotated for CLV lock.)

The time display always indicates "0:00".

Press the following buttons in this state to obtain the operations specified below.

"ON/STAND-BY" ..... Test mode and power turned off to shift to the ordinary standby mode.

"FF/FWD" ................ The pickup slides toward the outer periphery while this button is pressed.

"REW/REV" ............. The pickup slides toward the inner periphery while this button is pressed. If PICKUP IN is on, input is invalid.

"PLAY" ..................... Shift to step 5

"STOP" .................... Return to step 1

"FUNCTION" ........... Shift to step 5

*If the focus is not received, the process returns to step 1.

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5. Step 5 Mode

When the CD initialization operation flow is completed, the mute is turned off, and playback is started. Even if playback reaches the outermost periphery of disc, the operation does not stop. The LCD display indicates the playback passage time as in case of ordinary CD playback.

Press the following buttons in this state to obtain the operations specified below.

"ON/STAND-BY" ...... Test mode and power turned off to shift to the ordinary standby mode.

"FF/FWD" ................. The pickup slides toward the outer periphery while this button is pressed.

"REW/REV" .............. The pickup slides toward the inner periphery while this button is pressed. If PICKUP IN is on, input is invalid.

"PLAY" ..................... Invalid

"STOP" ..................... Return to step 1

"FUNCTION" ........... Shift to step 6

"MEMORY" .............. Shift to step 7

*If the is not received, the process returns to step 1.

Other cautions

• TOC IL is not available for this test mode.

6. Step 6 Mode

Press the FUNCTION button during step 5 operation to set EC/FC bit to "H" by PROSET command (9188 transmission) and to monitor BUS2 (QDRE) during idle mode. The number of errors for 1 frame (1 sub-code block in IC data) is read by read command SRC6 during "H". The number of errors accumulated in 750 frames for 10 seconds is displayed on LCD. During the display, music signal is played back.

Press the following buttons in this state to obtain the operations specified below.

"ON/STAND-BY" ...... Test mode and power turned off to shift to the ordinary standby mode.

"FF/FWD" ................. The pickup slides toward the outer periphery while this button is pressed.

"REW/REV" .............. The pickup slides toward the inner periphery while this button is pressed. If PICKUP IN is on, input is invalid.

"PLAY" ..................... Invalid

"STOP" ..................... Return to step 1

"FUNCTION" ........... Shift to step 5

"MEMORY" .............. Shift to step 7

Press FF/PRESET UP or REW/PRESET DOWN button to slide the pickup. The number of errors accumulated up to that time is cleared and addition is restarted after shift.

*If the focus is not received, the process returns to step 1.

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7. Step 7 Mode

Press "MEMORY" key during step 6 operation to display automatically adjusted values on LCD in the order as below. Item names are displayed by left alignment, and adjusted values by right alignment in hexadecimal numbers. Operations other than display are as same as those for step 5.

a) "Fb" is displayed on the left of LCD. FTBAST command (D480) is transmitted to designate focus balance adjusting register. Then data read by read command SRC2 (2) are displayed in hexadecimal numbers. After waiting 2 seconds, operation is shifted to (b).

b) "FG" is displayed on the left of LCD. FTBAST command (D481) is transmitted to designate focus gain adjusting register.

Then data read by read command SRC2 (2) are displayed in hexadecimal numbers. The upper two bits, which are invalid, are displayed as "00". After waiting two seconds, operation is shifted to (c).

c) "Tb" is displayed on the left of LCD. FTBAST command (D482) is transmitted to designate tracking balance adjusting register. Then data read by read command SRC2 (2) are displayed in hexadecimal numbers. After waiting 2 seconds, operation is shifted to (d).

d) "TG" is displayed on the left of LCD. FTBAST command (D483) is transmitted to designate tracking gain adjusting register.

Then data read by read command SRC2 (2) are displayed in hexadecimal numbers. The upper two bits, which are invalid, are displayed as "00". After waiting 2 seconds, operation is shifted to (e).

e) "FO" is displayed on the left of LCD. FTBAST command (D484) is transmitted to designate focus offset adjusting register.

Then data read by read command SRC2 (2) are displayed in hexadecimal numbers. After waiting 2 seconds, operation is shifted to (f).

f) "TO" is displayed on the left of LCD. FTBAST command (D485) is transmitted to designate tracking offset adjusting register. Then data read by read command SRC2 (2) are displayed in hexadecimal numbers. After waiting 2 seconds, operation is shifted to (g).

g) "FF" is displayed on the left of LCD. FTBAST command (D486) is transmitted to designate RF amplitude adjusting register.

Then data read by read command SRC2 (2) are displayed in hexadecimal numbers. After waiting 2 seconds, operation is shifted to (a).

Press the following buttons in this state to obtain the operations specified below.

"ON/STAND-BY" ...... Test mode and power turned off to shift to the ordinary standby mode.

"FF/FWD" ................. The pickup slides toward the outer periphery while this button is pressed.

"REW/REV" .............. The pickup slides toward the inner periphery while this button is pressed. If PICKUP IN is on, input is invalid.

"PLAY" ..................... Invalid

"STOP" ..................... Return to step 1

"FUNCTION" ........... Shift to step 6

"MEMORY" .............. Shift to step 5

*If the focus is not received, the process returns to step 1.

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3. Tuner Test Mode (TEST 2)

1. Outline of tuner (radio) test mode

The tuner test mode is intended to store the adjustment and measurement frequencies in the preset memory CH. When adjusting the tuner section in the production line, adjusting personnel are not required to set frequency.

2. Details of tuner test mode

Press the "REW/PRESET DOWN" and "CD PLAY" buttons in POWER OFF state and turn on the power by the use of "ON/

STAND-BY" button to preset and store frequency for adjustment and measurement of destination specified by the AREA terminal in the preset memory CH. However, Ordinary 1 and Ordinary 2 are stored in the destinations (selected by SPAN switching operation) when the test mode is obtained.

("FF " + "MEMORY/SET" KEY SPAN CHANGE)

(As for frequencies to be preset and stored for each destination, refer to item 3.)

The tuner test mode is started from preset No.1.

The operations of test mode are identical with the ordinary operations of TUNER function. FUNCTION switching is invalid.

It is necessary to discard the content of preset memory when the tuner test mode is ended; be sure to write "0000" or "1111" bits in the memory to be checked for judging memory error at initial setting and to initialize memory.

When the tuner test mode is obtained, the following display lights for one second.

• The TUNER TEST2 mode is obtained with >> + MEMORY + ON/STAND-BY. ->Turn off AC in the TEST2 mode to restore

the initial state.

Turn off POWER to protect the memory of TEST2 mode.

Turn off POWER again to obtain the ordinary operation while the data is stored in the memory (besides

TUNER).

If AC OFF state is maintained in this state for about 1/2 day, start is executed in the initial state.

• To clear the whole memory, insert the AC cord, pressing MEMORY + CD PLAY.

1

2

3

4

5

CH

3. Preset frequencies for various destinations (random preset memory)

BAND FM

FM 87.50 MHz

FM108.00 MHz

FM 98.00 MHz FM

STEREO FM 90.00 MHz

FM106.00 MHz

6

7

8

CH

9

10

BAND

AM

AM

AM 522 kHz

AM1620 kHz

AM 990 kHz

AM 603 kHz

AM1404 kHz

CH

16-25

26

27

28

29

30

BAND

FM

MONO

FM

FM106.00 MHz

FM 90.00 MHz

FM 98.00 MHz

FM108.00 MHz

FM 87.50 MHz

• The slant line sections of the table store no memory.

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4. Electronic volume Test Mode (TEST 3)

When this test mode is obtained, the following display lights for one second.

In this mode, volume is -14 dB (STEP28), BASS/TREBLE is set to 0 (0 dB) and SURROUND mode to OFF, and start-up function to CD, respectively. The button operations in the test mode are the same as those of ordinary operation except volume UP/

DOWN.

(1) The display is the same as that of ordinary operation except test mode setting.

(2) Unlike the ordinary state, the volume is controlled with the volume UP/DOWN button in accordance with the following three steps.

Volume-

(STEP 0) <-> Volume-14 dB (STEP 23) <-> Volume-0 (STEP 30)

(3) BASS/TREBLE and SURROUND are switched when button is pressed..

5. Timer test Mode (TEST 4)

When this test mode is obtained, the following display lights for one second.

Set the current time and timer time according to the following procedure to reproduce the timer.

1.Set the current time to 1:00, the timer to ON time 1:05, the function to CD, and volume to STEP 12, respectively. One minute is counted as one second, and the timer is reproduced. The fade-in (when playback is started) is executed at a rate of one step for 1 sec. After completion of fade-in, the fade-out is executed at a rate of one step for 1 sec (WAIT 1 sec inserted).

After completion of fade-out, the power is turned off (after WAIT 1 sec), and the mode is shifted to the standby.

The display during operation is the same as that of ordinary timer operation.

6. LCD Test Mode (TEST 5)

When the LCD test mode is obtained, all the LCD segments are lighted. Then pressing the "PLAY" button switches display as below.

Lighting of all segments Lighting of odd segments Lighting of even segments

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7. Button input diagnosis Test Mode (TEST 6)

When the test mode is obtained, the following is displayed.

This test mode is intended to check whether all the main unit buttons can be detected. Accordingly, in this test mode, it is checked whether the "ON/STAND-BY" button was pressed after all the buttons shown below were pressed. If the result is OK, OK is displayed. If any one of keys was not pressed, an error is displayed. In both cases of OK termination or error termination, the mode is shifted to the standby mode if the "ON/STAND-BY" button is pressed subsequently.

All models using this type of microcomputer are not always provided with the same buttons. Since the buttons used are different depending on models, types of buttons to be used are determined by whether RDS, SURROUND, and an electric lid are available at the initial setting by MODEL port.

The order of buttons to be pressed is not determined. Accordingly, it is checked whether all buttons have been pressed.

1. PU-IN buttons: REW/PRESET DOWN + CD STOP

Since this model is provided with SURROUND (HAVE OR NOT), RDS (HAVE OR NOT), and electric CD lid, the following

10 buttons are detected as all buttons.

PLAY, BASS/TREBLE, FUNCTION, VOLUME UP/DOWN, MEMORY/SET, REW, FF, STOP, CD-OPEN/CLOSE

The OK/NG display of test result is as follows.

8. Electric CD lid Aging Test Mode (TEST 8) (Only for model with electric CD lid)

Outline

OPEN/CLOSE operations of electric CD lid are repeated. The number of repeated times and time period are monitored. If the lid does not move to the regular position after the specified time, operation is stopped. When an error is detected by [CLID_PRO] during CLOSE, operation is also stopped.

a. POWER ON for function AUX

CD lid position is checked.

CLOSE position: Operation proceeds to the next process.

Position other than CLOSE: After the lid moves to CLOSE, operation proceeds to the next process.

b. CD lid operation started

OPEN operation

WAIT 1 second

CLOSE operation

WAIT 1 second c. Operations above are repeated.

Specified monitoring time

OPEN operation: 5 seconds

CLOSE operation: 5 seconds d. Display

OPEN>CLOSE is counted as 1. 1 to 59999 are counted; if the count is over

59999, display is returned to 0 to repeat counting.

Display when the lid does not move to the regular position after the specified time

(Ex: Defective operation occurring in the middle of 1538.)

Highlight display of stop when an error is detected by [CLID-PRO]

(Ex: Defective operation occurring in the middle of 1538.)

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NOTES ON SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM

Resistor:

To differentiate the units of resistors, such symbol as K and

M are used: the symbol K means 1000 ohm and the symbol

M means 1000 kohm and the resistor without any symbol is ohm-type resistor. Besides, the one with “Fusible” is a fuse type.

Capacitor:

To indicate the unit of capacitor, a symbol P is used: this symbol P means micro-micro-farad and the unit of the capacitor without such a symbol is microfarad. As to electrolytic capacitor, the expression “capacitance/withstand voltage” is used.

(CH), (TH), (RH), (UJ): Temperature compensation

(ML): Mylar type

(P.P.): Polypropylene type

Schematic diagram and Wiring Side of P.W.Board for this model are subject to change for improvement without prior notice.

The indicated voltage in each section is the one measured by Digital Multimeter between such a section and the chassis with no signal given.

1. In the tuner section,

( ) : AM mode

: FM stereo mode

2. In the CD section, the CD is stopped.

Parts marked with “ ” ( ) are important for maintaining the safety of the set. Be sure to replace these parts with specified ones for maintaining the safety and performance of the set.

REF. NO

SW702

SW709

SW710

SW711

SW712

SW713

SW718

DESCRIPTION

PICKUP IN

ON/STAND-BY

CD LID OPEN/CLOSE

REW/PRESET DOWN

FF/PRESET UP

CD STOP/TUNING DOWN

CD PLAY/PAUSE/TUNING UP

POSITION

ON—OFF

ON—OFF

ON—OFF

ON—OFF

ON—OFF

ON—OFF

ON—OFF

REF. NO

SW719

SW720

SW725

SW726

SW727

SW728

SW802

DESCRIPTION

VOLUME DOWN

VOLUME UP

BASS/TREBLE

MEMORY/SET

CLEAR

FUNCTION

CD LID

POSITION

ON—OFF

ON—OFF

ON—OFF

ON—OFF

ON—OFF

ON—OFF

ON—OFF

FRONT

VIEW

E C B

(S) (G) (D)

(1) (2) (3)

2SB562 C

2SC380 O

2SK2541

KRA102 M

KRA107 M

KRC102 M

KRC104 M

KRC107 M

KTA1266 GR

KTC3199 GR

KTC3200 GR

FRONT

VIEW

FRONT

VIEW

B C E

2SD2012 Y SLI343YC

SYD5310

Figure 19 TYPES OF TRANSISTOR AND LED

1 2 3

SVC348S

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NO DISC FOCUS SEARCH

1

IC801 33pin

FOO

2

IC803 26pin

FO+

3

IC803 25pin

FO-

FOCUS SEARCH TOC IL

4

IC801 38pin

SEL

5

IC801 29pin

FEI

6

IC801 31pin

TEI

STOP PLAY

5

IC801 29pin

FEI

7

IC801 30pin

SBAD

8

IC802 22pin

RFO

STOP PLAY

5

IC801 29pin

FEI

9

RFGO

IC802 19pin

10

RFRP

IC802 17pin

STOP PLAY

6

IC801 31pin

TEI

11

IC801 34pin

TRO

7

SBAD

IC801 30pin

WAVEFORMS OF CD CIRCUIT

STOP PLAY

1

2

3

12

TMAX

IC801 16pin

13

IC801 8pin

SBOK

14

IC801 41pin

DMO

STOP PLAY

1

2

3

1

2

3

1

2

3

6

IC801 31pin

TEI

11

IC801 34pin

TRO

15

IC801 40pin

FMO

CUE

6

IC801 31pin

TEI

11

IC801 34pin

TRO

15

IC801 40pin

FMO

REVIEW

6

IC801 31pin

TEI

11

IC801 34pin

TRO

15

IC801 40pin

FMO

TCD-782 TNO-02 PLAYBACK

1

16

IC801 53pin

LO

2

3

17

IC801 50pin

RO

1

2

3

1

2

3

1

2

1

2

3

1

2

3

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TUNER PWB

AM

GND

FM

75ohms

SO301

ANTENNA

TERMINAL

AM Band

Tracking fL

T302

+5V

FM MUTE

LEVEL

SWITCHING

Q351

X351

456kHz

17 16 15 14 13

VD301

SVC348S

VR351

24 23 22 21 20 19 18

+5V T306

AM Band

Coverage fL

8 7

FE301

FM FRONT END

6

5

4 3 2 1

FM IF

CF301

Q301

FM IF

CF302

1

AM MIX OUT

2 3

AM IF

T351

AM IF

CF352

+5V

4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11

+5V

FM +B

12

VT

TP301

ZD351

VOLTAGE

REGULATOR

+5V

FM +B

Q360

+B

22 21 20 19 18

+5V

17 16 15 14 13 12

X352

4.5MHz

1 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11

SD

FM ST

DO

CL

DI

CE

A_12V

TUN_L

TUN_R

3

2

5

4

1

11

10

9

8

7

6

CNS301

D_GND A_GND

7

6

5

4

3

2

1

7

6

5

4

3

2

1

M_GND

M_12V

D_GND

P_CONT

USWD5.6V

CNW701

LED701 LED702

GND

LED704 LED703

GND

LED PWB

SW711~713

SW718~720

SW725~728

SW709

SW710

RESET

Q701

DISPLAY PWB

Q702

Q703

1 4

X701

8MHz

X702

32.768kHz

Q707

LCD701

FL DISPLAY

5 38

SWITCHING

Q806 Q804

4 1 100 67

5 VLC3

6 VLC2

7 VLC1

8

VDD

9 OSC2

10 OSC1

11

VSS

12 XI

13 XO

14

MMOD

15 VREF

24 VREF+

16 CLID_SW

17 KEY1

18 KEY2

47 P—CONT

23 32

IC701

IX0043SJ

SYSTEM MICROCOMPUTER/

FL DRIVER

37 38 39

25 26 27 28 40 43 45 46

48 49 50 51 41 44

CD-STB

CD-RES

66

65

CCE

BUCK

64

63

BUS3 62

BUS2

BUS1

61

60

BUS0 59

PU-IN

GVSW

58

33

CLID_DW

CLID_UP

57

DIMMER

56

54

LIGHT 53

CD LID

MOTOR DRIVER

1 2 3

IC804

TA7291S

5 6 7 8 9

Q807

CD-STB

CD-RES

CCE

BUCK

BUS3

BUS2

BUS1

BUS0

PU-IN

CD-RW

5

4

3

2

1

10

9

8

7

6

CNW704

M801(246-6)

CD LID

OPEN/CLOSE

M

5

4

3

2

1

10

9

8

7

6

LED801

LED PWB

SWITCH PWB

SW802

CD LID

RX701

REMOTE

SENSOR

Q708

SWITCHING

Q709

SWITCHING

Q706

P_STB

PROTECT

CNW703

1

2

CE

DI

CL

DO

STEREO

7

CLE

8

9

D_GND

10

P_MUTE

CD+B

11

12

SURROUND

13

CNW702

1

2

3

4

5

6

1

2

4

5

6

7

8

9

1

2

3

10

11

12

13

Figure 21 BLOCK DIAGRAM (1/3)

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CD PWB

FROM

DISPLAY PWB

10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1

CNP704

CNP301

FROM

TUNER PWB

+B4

Q808

Q809

Q810

ZD802

+B2

+B4

ZD801

+B6

VOLTAGE

REGULATOR

3.3V

Q802

7.3V

+B1

SO401

VIDEO/AUX

INPUT

R-CH

L-CH

+B5

13 12 11 10 9

8

7 6 5

4 3 2 1

16 26 27 19 21 22 23 24 25 17 18 28

IC803

MM1469PH

FOCUS/

TRACKING/

SPIN/SLED

DRIVER

M_GND

SP+

SP–

SL+

SL–

PU-IN

GND

+

M701

SPINDLE

MOTOR

M

+

M

M702

SLED

MOTOR

J801

DIGITAL

OUT

1

2

3

SW702

PICKUP IN

TERMINAL

PWB

CD MOTOR PWB

FO

TR

+B6

X801

16.93MHz

+B5

+B6

41 40

DOUT 4

51 DVDD

57

58

BUS0

BUS1

59

60

BUS2

BUS3

RO

LO

50

53

61

62

63

BUCK

CCE

RST

IC801

TC94A14F

SERVO/SIGNAL CONTROL

SEL

38

46

47

XI

XO

TEBC

RFGC

VREF

TRO

37

36

35

34

FOO

TEZI

33

32

TEI 31

SBAD

FEI

30

29

6

15

25

39

43

48

DVDD

PDO

AVDD

AVDD

DVDD

XVDD

RFRP

RFCT

RFI

28

26

24

64

VDD

PVREF 20

LPFO

LPFN

19

18

TMAX

16

GND

13

15

16

14

17

18

19

20

21

22

23

24

GVSW

FEO

FEN

VRO

RFRP

RFIS

RFGO

RFGC

AGCI

RFO

RFN

GND

IC802

TA2157F

HEAD AMP.

RFDC

TEO

TEN

TEBC

SEL

LDO

12

11

10

9

8

7

6 MDI

TN1

TPI

FPI

FNI

VCC

2

1

5

4

3

+B5

CNW803

CD_L

1

2

CD_R

3

A_GND

E

F

B

A

+B5

SWITCHING

Q801

C

CNP803

1

CD_L

2

3

CD_R

A

CD PICKUP UN

FOCUS COIL

TRACKING COIL

1/2V

LD

MON

7 22 42 44 45

GND

54

A_GND

+B6 5V

Figure 22 BLOCK DIAGRAM (2/3)

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M

PWB

5 4 3 2 1

+B4

CNP803

CD_L

1

2

3

CD_R

A_GND

UP UNIT

L

IL

1

FROM

DISPLAY PWB

2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

10 11 12 13

CNP702

+B1

+B2

+B3

+B4

+B2

Q203

MAIN PWB

Q201

R-CH OUT

R-CH IN

+B

5 6 7 8

IC201

KIA4558P

SURROUND

4 3 2 1

CONTROL

R-CH OUT

AUX R

TUN R

CD R

15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1

L-CH OUT

L-CH IN

LOGIC

CD L

TUN L

16 17 18

AUX L

IC401

LC75342M

19

FUNCTION/VOLUME

EQUALISER

20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30

L-CH OUT

+B6 A_12V

MUTE

Q101

Q102

R-CH

2 5

L-CH

IC101

LA4282

POWER AMP.

+B

+B3

L-CH

11

R-CH

9

POWER –GND1,2

Q108

Q103

Q104

Q109

+B

Q105

Q106

D651~D654

F652

T2.5A L 250V

CNP703

FROM

DISPLAY PWB

D657~D660

CD_7.2V

Q604

Q605

F653

T1.25A L 250V

4

3

2

1

4

3

2

1

D_GND

IC681

KIA7805AP

CONSTANT

VOLTAGE

REGULATOR

3 1

2

CD +B

VOLTAGE

REGURATOR

Q606

Q607

Q681

TF

T651

POWER

TRANSFORMER

(MAIN)

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

CNP681

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

SW651

VOLTAGE

SELECTOR

+

L-CH

R-CH

+

4

5

9

10

JK101

HEADPHONES

3

2

1

M_12V

Q603

Q683

RLY601

D681~D684

A_12V

Q601

Q602

+B3

1 2 3 4 5 6 7

FROM

DISPLAY PWB

CNP701

AC110,127,220,

230~240V, 50/60Hz

Figure 23 BLOCK DIAGRAM (3/3)

– 23 –

T681

POWER

TRANSFORMER

(SUB)

SO651

AC POWER

INPUT SOCKET

AC110,127,220,

230~240V, 50/60Hz

AC POWER SUPPLY CORD

XL-1500W

A

C329

0.022

T302

AM

Tracking

B

C

D

E

F

CHASSIS

GND

D301

1N4148

D302

1N4148

1

AM

GND

2

3

FM

75 ohms

4

SO301

ANTENNA

TERMINAL

C301

0.012

D303

1N4148

D304

1N4148

C349

0.001

C302

0.001

AM OSC

C335

560P

R323

68K

T306

AM Band

Coverage

FE301

FM FRONT END

4 3 2 1

C341

0.022

R346

330

L342

FM IF

CF301

1 3

2.2

µ

H

R347

6.8K

2

FM Mute

Level

VR351 R358

10K

L353

1mH

TP301

C360

0.022

22 21 20

1 3

2

1

AM MIX OUT

2.1V

4 5 6 7 8

T351

AM IF

1 3

2

R

R382

330

C381

12P

(CH)

R386

330

22 21 20

C393

1/50

R380

1.5K

19 18 17 16 15

L

10

R

5

C382

2.6V

1 2

15P

IC302

LC72131

PLL(TUNER)

3 4 5 6 7 8 9

G

TUNER PWB-B1

H

• NOTES ON SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM can be found on page 19.

1

2 3 4

Figure 24 SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM (1/8)

– 24 –

5 6

18

2.3V

17

1

R361

5.6K

4.7V

(0V)

2 3

16

C372

1/50

15 14 13

R362

5.6K

R366

2.2K

5 6 7 8 9

10 11

C358

1/50

12

C357

2.2/50

R393

1K

R377

5.6K

L351

100

µ

H

L352

100

µ

H

C396

100/10

R391

390

C395

0.022

R392

390

Q360

KTA1266 GR

10.8V

11.7V

R383

5.6K

10.9V

R385

5.6K

R384

6.8K

D308

1N4148

R360

4.7K

R359

1.8K

AM SIGNAL

FM SIGNAL

SD

FM ST

DO

CL

DI

CE

D_GND

A_12V

TUN_L

A_GND

TUN_R

CNS301

11

10

9

8

7

6

5

4

3

2

1

XL-1500W

7

8 9 10

Figure 25 SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM (2/8)

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A

B

C

D

E

F

CD PWB-A3

CD PICK-UP UNIT (308)

HPC-3LX

VCC

LD

MON

GND

+

+

+

+

+

C

E

A

B

F

1/2VCC

GH6C605B3A1

C4A

C2A

1/2V

C3A

VR1A

+5V

PO+

TR–

TR+

FO–

ACTUATOR

1

2

E

3

C

4

A

5

B

6

C

7

F

8

GND

9

LD

TR+

FO–

10

VR

PD

TR–

11

12

FO+

13

14

15

16

CNW801

VREF

1

2

+5V

E

3

4

C

5

A

B

6

C

7

8

9

F

GND

10

15

LD

VR

11

12

13

TR–

14

PD

FO+

TR+

FO–

16

CNP801

+B C801

C802

47/16

0.022

R802

R803

R804

R805

R806

R801

82K

82K

47K

82K

82K

47K

L805

2.2

µ

H

C815

0.022

+B

+B

3

2

28 27 26 25 24 23 22 21 20 19 18 17 16 15

+B

A3.3V

A_3.3V

C807 100/10

C812

100/10

8

C806

0.022

3.3V

1

1.6V

2

1.6V

3

1.6V

4

1.6V

5

0V

6

2.6V

7

0V

8

1.6V

1.6V

9

10

1.6V

11

VCC

FNI

FPI

TPI

TNI

MDI

LDO

SEL

TEBC

TEN

TEO

12 RFDC

GND

RFN

RFO

AGCI

RFGC

RFGO

RAS

RFRP

FEN

FEO

VRO

GVSW

0V

24

23

22

1.6V

1.1V

2.3V

R818

10K

21

20

1.2V

C810

0.1

19

1.6V

18

0.7V

17

1.6V

16

1.6V

15

1.6V

14

2.0V

13

C811

0.1

R856

1K

R816

100

RFGO

R817

47K

10

9

IC802

TA2157F

HEAD AMP.

REDC

C867

0.1

FEO

R821

8.2K

C817

22P

C818

0.1

VREF

C819

100/10

R815

820

+B

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14

CD MOTOR PWB-C

M701

SPINDLE

MOTOR

M702

SLED

MOTOR

SW702

PICKUP IN

M

+

CNP703A

SP+

+

SP–

SP+

6

5

4

SL–

PU-IN

3

2

GND

1

6

5

3

2

1

3

2

1

6

5

4

CNW802

SP+

SP–

SL+

SL–

PU-IN

GND

+B

7.3V

3.3V

Q802

2SB562 C

+B

C871

0.022

G

H

• NOTES ON SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM can be found on page 19.

• The numbers 1 to 17 are waveform numbers shown in page 20.

1

2 3 4

Figure 26 SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM (3/8)

– 26 –

5 6

XL-1500W

+B

CD SIGNAL

R870

R841

R842

R843

R844

10K

10K

10K

10K

10K

R848

R849

1K

1K

CD_STB

CD_RES

10

CCE

9

8

BUCK

BUS3

7

6

BUS2

5

BUS1

4

BUS0

3

PU_IN

GVSW

2

1

CNP704

R818

10K

816

00

9

R821

8.2K

C817

22P

C818

0.1

RFGO

7

K

10

VREF

C819

100/10

+B

A3.3V

TEO

+B

5

C824

0.1

C825

47/10

C835

47P (CH)

12

13

R829

R833

5.6K

5V

47K

C832

0.01

C828

0.01

R827

C829

0.033

C833

0.0027

10K

TMAX 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1

R832

150K

0V

17

1.2V

18

LPFN RST

3.2V

19

LPFO

CCE

1.6V

20

PVREF

BUCK

0V

21 VCOF

22 AVSS

23 SLCO

BUS3

0V

0V

1.6V

24

RFI

25 AVDD

26

RFCT

IC801

TC94A14F

BUS2

BUS1

BUS0

3.3V

1.6V

1.6V

SERVO/SIGNAL

CONTROL

U-COM

ZDET

27

RFZI 0V DVSS

0.7V

28

RFRP

7

LO

1.6V

0.6V

1.6V

29

FEI

30

SBAD

31

TEI

6

4

15 14

16

17

DVR

DVDD

RO

1.6V

32

TEZI

C836

0.033

1.6V

1

FOO

33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48

64

VDD

63

5V

62

4.5V

5V

61

5V

60

5V

59

5V

58

5V

57

56

55

0V

VSS

5.2V

R850

R851

R852

R853

R854

54

C853

10/16

53

52

1.6V

C856

51

3.3V

100/16

50

49

DVSS

C854

10/16

0V

1K

1K

1K

1K

1K

C860

0.1

L852

100mA

L851 100mA

R831

4.7K

TRO

C852 15P (CH)

C858

0.022

C837

0.047

11

C843

C857

100/10

0.047

C855 C859

0.022

+B

C841

0.1

+B

+B

R855

1K

+B

ZD801

DZ5.1BSB

+B

D802

1N4148

C850

47/10

C872

0.022

+B

+B

GND

5V

DOUT

CNP804

4

3

2

1

CNW803

CD_L

1

A_GND

2

CD_R

3

L808

CORE

R861

10K

R862

10K

+B

L853

100mA

+B

Q808

KTC3199 GR

R863

10

R864

100

2

C869

100/10

C870

0.022

Q809

3

KRA102 M

2

1

Q810

KRC107 M

3

1

+B

CD_7.2V

CD_12V

1

2

CD+B

3

CD_GND

4

M_GND

5

CNW805

1

2

3

4

5

1

2

3

R835

390K

D801

1N4148

+B

D803

1N4148

D804

1N4148

D805

1N4148

D806

1N4148

CNW808

1

2

1

2

7

8 9 10

Figure 27 SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM (4/8)

– 27 –

11 12

XL-1500W

A

B

C

D

E

F

G

DISPLAY PWB-A2

+B +B

LCD701

FL DISPLAY

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21

CLEAR

MEMORY/

SET

BASS/TREBLE

FUNCTION

SW727

SW726

SW725

SW728

SW709

ON/

STAND-BY

SW710

CD LID

OPEN/CLOSE

SW720

VOLUME UP

SW719

R716

10K

R706

1.5K

VOLUME DOWN

CD PLAY/PAUSE/

TUNING UP

R707

1.2K

CD STOP/

TUNING DOWN

SW718

SW713

R717

5.6K

R718

3.9K

100 99 98 97 96 95 94 93 92 91 90 89 88 87 86 85 84

FF<<

PRESET UP

R708

1.2K

>>REW

PRESET DOWN

R702

10K

R703

47K

+B

SW712

SW711

+B

R723

47K

R719

4.7K

R720

3.9K

1 COM3

2 COM2

3

COM1

4

R727 R729

47K 47K

5

6

COM0

VLC3

VLC2

C703

0.1

X701

8MHz

X702

32.768kHz

R724

8.2K

C701

22P

R728

1K

R731

R732

R733

R734

R735

R736

7 VLC1

8 VDD

9

OSC2

10 OSC1

11

VSS

12 XI

13

XO

14 MMOD

15

VREF

1K

16 CLID_SW

1K

17 KEY1

1K

18 KEY2

1K

19

MODEL

1K

20 CLID_PRO

1K

21

FAN_DET

22

23

24

VREF+

25

DI

IC701

IX0043SJ

SYSTEM MICROCOMPUT

FL DRIVER

26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42

C705

0.01

7

6

5

4

3

2

1

7

6

5

M_GND

M_12V

4

3

D_GND

2

1

P_CONT

USWD-5.6V

CNW701

LED PWB-A7

2

LED701

LED702

1

LED PWB-A6

2

LED703 LED704

1

+B

+B

L704

D722

1N4148

+B

D723

1N4148

+B

R7A7

1K

R7A6

1K

R7A9

3.3K

Q701

KRC102 M

2 3

1

+B

+B

R7A0

1K

+B

R7A5

10K

Q702

KTC3199 GR

Q703

KTC3199 GR

R7B0

10K

R7A4

120

R7A8

82

D721

1N4148

+B

REMOTE

SENSOR

RX701

R7A3

100

1 2 3

C714

560P

2

1

R798

390

2

R799

390

1

+B

R796

1K

Q707

KTA1266 GR

Q706

KRC102 M

2 3

R793

10K

1

+B

Q708

KTA1266 GR

R797

2

Q709

KRC102 M

3

2.2K

1

R787

R778

47K

47K

R779

R780

R781

47K

47K

47K

+B

R783 33K

C704 0.022

P_CONT

H

• NOTES ON SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM can be found on page 19.

1

2 3 4

Figure 28 SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM (5/8)

– 28 –

5 6

XL-1500W

+B

LCD701

FL DISPLAY

14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38

91 90 89 88 87 86 85 84 83 82 81 80 79 78 77 76

IC701

IX0043SJ

M MICROCOMPUTER/

FL DRIVER

SEG25 75

SEG26

74

SEG27 73

SEG28 72

SEG29 71

SEG30 70

SEG31 69

SEG32 68

SEG33 67

R761

CD-STB 66

CD-RES

65

R774

R762

CCE 64

BUCK 63

BUS3 62

BUS2 61

R765

R766

BUS1 60

BUS0

59

R767

PU-IN 58

CLID_DW 57

R768

R769

R775

CLID_UP 56

R763

R764

FAN 55

DIMMER 54

R772

R773

LIGHT 53

SP_RLY

52

B-LIGHT

51

R785

35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50

1K

1K

1K

1K

1K

1K

1K

1K

1K

1K

1K

1K

1K

1K

CLID_DW

CLID_UP

R784

47K

+B

1

R825

2.2K

3

Q806

KRC102 M

2

R824

47K

+B

Q804

KTA1266 GR

+B

IC804

TA7291S

CD LID MOTOR DRIVER

9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1

C840

0.1

2 3

1

Q807

KRC102 M

C899

0.022

TO SHIELD

SHEEET

(242)

1 1

CNP705

2 2

CNW705

M

M801(246-6)

CD LID

OPEN/CLOSE

CLID_SW

1

2

SWITCH PWB-A5

R867

150K

1

2

1

2

R866

68K

CNP706

SW802

CD LID

1

2

R813

470

CD-STB

CD-RES

CCE

10

9

BUCK

BUS3

8

7

BUS2

6

5

BUS1

BUS0

4

3

PU-IN

2

CD-RW

CNW704

1

P_STB

PROTECT

1

2

CNW703

6

5

4

3

2

10

9

8

7

1

1

2

1

2

CFW703A

LED801

LED PWB-A8

R786 R789

47K 47K

P_CONT

CLE

DATA

STEREO

SD

P_STB

P_MUTE

SURROUND

CE

CL

DO

DI

CLID_SW

CD+B

B-LIGHT

CE

DI

CL

1

2

3

DO

STEREO

SD

4

5

6

7

8

9

D_GND

P_MUTE

10

CD+B

SURROUND

11

12

CNW702

13

7

8

9

10

11

12

13

4

5

6

1

2

3

D701

1N4148

CNW707

1

2

1

2

D702

1N4148

7

12 8 9 10

Figure 29 SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM (6/8)

– 29 –

11

XL-1500W

FROM

TUNER PWB-B1

CNS301

P25 11-D,E

11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1

CNP301

FRO

DISPLAY

CNW7

P29 1

1 2 3 4 5 6 7

A

MAIN PWB-A1

B

C

D

E

F

G

J801

CD DIGITAL OUT

1

2

3

TERMINAL PWB-A4

+B

L804

0.82

µ

CNW804

3

2

H

1

C866

0.0047

CHASSIS

GND

DOUT

GND

5V

4

3

2

1

FM SIGNAL

CD SIGNAL

R-CH

SO401

VIDEO

AUX INPUT

L-CH

R406

27K

R405

27K

C413

0.0047

CHASSIS

GND

L401

2.2

µ

H

CNW401

3

2

1

CNP401

D651

1N5402M D652

1N5402M

D653

1N5402M

+B

R402

1K

R401

1K

+B

CNP651

F652

T2.5A L 250V

+B

F653

T1.25A L 250V

D657

1N4004

D658

1N4004

+B

USWD_5.6V

P_CONT

D_GND

+B

1

2

3

M_12V

M_GND

CNP701

4

5

6

7

T651

POWER

TRANSFORMER

(MAIN)

230~240V

220V

127V

110V

0V

1

4

1

4

7

9

7

9

KIA7805AP

CONSTANT VOLTAGE REGULATOR

+B

IC681

3 1

2

ZD684

MTZJ160C

R688

1K

R687

2.7K

D689

1N4004

Q683

KTC3199 GR

5

D685

1N4004

1

D682

1N4004

D681

1N4004

D683

1N4004

D684

1N4004

RLY601

SW651

VOLTAGE

SELECTOR

T681

POWER

TRANSFORMER

(SUB)

CHASSIS

GND

SO651

AC POWER

INPUT SOCKET

AC110,127,220,

230~240V, 50/60Hz

D660 D659

1N4004 1N4004

GND

+B

C131

2200/50

+B

+B

L681

1mH

D686

1N4004

Q605

2SD2012 Y

+B

R608

820

Q606

KRA102 M

R611

47

C606

4700/25

Q603

2SD2012 Y

20V 11.7V

C607

470/25

R610

33K

ZD602

DZ8.2BSC

C604

0.022

C608

100/25

R606

47

R607

22K

Q602

2SD2012 Y

11.7V

C605

10/16

20V

+B

Q601

KTC3200 GR

20V 12.3V

R602

13V

100

R603

33K

ZD601

DZ130A

R605

22K

C602

100/25

C603

0.022

AC POWER SUPPLY CORD

AC110,127,220,

230~240V, 50/60Hz

+B

+B

+B

+B

+B

+B

H

• NOTES ON SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM can be found on page 19.

1

2 3 4

Figure 30 SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM (7/8)

– 30 –

5 6

XL-1500W

+B

FROM

DISPLAY PWB-A2

CNW702

P29 11-F

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13

CNP702

+B

+B

+B

R207

47K

Q201

2SK2541

G

D

2

D201

1N4148

1

3

Q203

KRC107 M

S

C212

0.0033

C204

1/50

C214

4.7/50

R214

12K

R216

12K

C216

1/50

5 6 7 8

IC201

KIA4558P

SURROUND

4 3 2 1

R215

12K

CONTROL

R211

2.7K

C215

1/50

C208

100/16

R210

10K

R218

12K

R208

330

R217

12K

R202

8.2K

C202

0.0056

+B

C209

47/16

R201

8.2K

C211

0.0033

R205

10K

C203

1/50

C408

10/16

+B

AUX R

AUX L

TUN R

CD R

CD L

TUN L

AUX L

C404

10/16

C402

10/16

R416

1K

R423

R424

R425

R418

1K

1K

1K

1K

C422

0.1

C424

0.1

IC401

LC75342M

15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1

FUNCTION/

VOLUME EQUALISER

C401

10/16

16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30

R415

1K

+B

C403

10/16

C407

10/16

R417

1K

CL

DI

CE

D403

1N4004

D402

1N4004

L

D401

1N4004

R

IC101

LA4282

POWER AMP.

C432

220P

C433

220P

C431

220P

L101

3

µ

H

+B

C119

0.022

C121

0.022

C115

10/50

C122

0.022

C120

0.022

CNW102

A GND

C113

0.1

C111

0.1

R115

4.7

L102

3

µ

H

C101

100/16

R103

10K

R116

4.7

L105

10

µ

H

R104

10K

3

1

2

Q105

KRC102 M

3

1

Q106

KRC102 M

2

R108

820

R119

0.2

(1W)

R121

1K

C117

0.022

R123

10K

Q103

KTC3199 GR

R120

0.2

(1W)

C118

0.022

R122

1K

R124

10K

Q104

KTC3199 GR

+B

+B

R128

330

R127

330

+B

3

+B

1

2

Q108

KRA107 M

Q109

KRC107 M

3 2

1

+B

CNP707

1

2

CNP808

1

2

CHASSIS

GND

CHASSIS

GND

CNP909

1

2

CNW909

1

2

CHASSIS

GND

SO601

SPEAKER

TERMINAL

L-CH SPEAKER BOX

SP603

TWEETER

SP601

6 Ohm

WOOFER

+

+

SP602

6 Ohm

WOOFER

SP604

TWEETER

R-CH SPEAKER BOX

4

5

9

10

3

2

1

JK101

HEADPHONES

JACK

P_STB

1

2

CNP703

CD_L

1

CD_R

3

+B

+B

C127

0.001

CD–12V

CD+B

CD_GND

2

3

4

CHASSIS

GND

7

8 9 10

Figure 31 SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM (8/8)

– 31 –

11 12

XL-1500W

A

B

C

D

6 5 4 3 2 1

6 5 4 3 2

CNP703A

1

M702

SLED MOTOR

SW702

PICKUP IN

TO MAIN

PWB-A1

CNP805

P34 6-F

M701

SPINDLE MOTOR

2

3

CD PWB-A3

5

4

3

2

1

GY

GY

GY

GY

BK

GY

GY

GY

GY

GY

WH

1 2 3

TO MAIN

PWB-A1

CNP803

P35 8-G

TO MAIN

PWB-A1

CNP808

P35 10-G

BR

GY

GY

GY

GY

BK

L808

CORE

TO MAIN

PWB-A1

CNP703

P35 8-D

2

1

11

2

1

L853

D803

D804

5

1

R855

Q810

Q809

R865

3 2 1

3 2 1

E

C

B

C871

R807

28

1

C808

25

5

20

IC803

10

15

14

6

R835

B

C

E C826

R809

C816

C805

C830

1

C846

33

32

C857

C852

X801

C858

C859

L851

3

WH

BK

RD

C855

R862

1

C869

R861

C854

48

49

L852

C853

C856

R853

R852

R851

35

30

40

25

50

45

55

IC801

10

20

1

60

5

R850 R849

64

C860

1

R846

R83

CNP704

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

C851

4 15 14 17 16 13

TO MAIN PWB-A1

CNP707

P34 5-G

CD MOTOR PWB-C

2 1

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

2 1

DISPLAY PWB-A

E

F

G

COLOR TABLE

B R

R D ( R )

O R

Y L

BROWN

RED

ORANGE

YELLOW

G R

B L

V L

G Y

W H ( W )

B K

P K

GREEN

BLUE

VIOLET

GRAY

WHITE

BLACK

PINK

LED PWB-A7

LED701

R757

R754

CNW703

2

R787

D721

SW720

1 2 3

Q701

VOLUME

R7A6

1 1

CNW704

R774

10

R761

C711

R7A5

B C E

R7A4

R7A1

Q703

B C E

Q702

R796

1

E

C

B

2

B

C

E

1

R792

2

R793

3

Q706

3

SW719

2

D702

D701

CNW707

1

R785

R750

75

76

51

50

70

55

65

60

45

4

IC701

80

85

90

95

100

5

1

1

38 37 36 35 34 33 32 31 30 29 28 27 26 25 24 23 22 21 20 19 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6

2

CFW701

1

LCD701

SW718

R718

SW713

R719

SW712

R720

SW711

SW727 LED702

1

2

TUNINNG

H

• The numbers 1 to 17 are waveform numbers shown in page 20.

1 2 3 4

Figure 32 WIRING SIDE OF P.W.BOARD (1/4)

– 32 –

PRESET

5 6

CLEAR

XL-1500W

D PWB-A3

R807

03

10

6

20

15

14

R835

B

C

E C826

C846

R809

C816

C805

C830

C802

CNP801

16 14 12 10

15 13 11 9

8

7

6

5

4

3

2

1

L805

C815

R804

L801

E C

Q801

B

12 10

C801

C812

R806

R801

R803

R802

1

5

IC802

13

15

R817

20 24

C818

R818

R856

R821

C823

33 32

C852

X801

C855

C854

48

49

R862

C869

R861

L852

C853

C856

R853

R852

R851

40

35

30

25

50

45

55

IC801

10

20

15

60 5

C825

17

R828

16

C831

R829

R832

R833

C833

C835

C850

R850 R849

64

C860

1

R846

R839

4 3 2 1

C847

CNP804

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

C851

C844

15 14 17 16 13

CNW804

P34 2-B

FROM TERMINAL

PWB-A4

AIN PWB-A1

CNP707

P34 5-G

CNP702

P35 10-F,G

TO MAIN

PWB-A1

5

12

1

10

8

CNW801

9

1

6

7

1

16

16

1 2

2 1

DISPLAY PWB-A2

13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1

2 1

CD PICKUP UNIT (308)

RED

1 3 5 7 9 11 13 15

2 4 6 8 10 12 14 16

2

1

R867

CNP706

R866

SWITCH PWB-A5

M801(246-6)

CD LID OPEN/CLOSE

LED PWB-A8

CFW703A

2

1

2

CNW707

R785

750

1

75

76

70

R754

51

100

CLEAR

50

80

55

45

65

60

IC701

40

85

90

95

5

1

SW727

10

35

30

15

20

27 26 25 24 23 22 21 20 19 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1

LCD701

R729

R727

R706

13

R777

R779

1

R741

R751

R781

R738

R736

R702

R775

R769

R759

CNW706

1

C899

2

X701

26

25

MEMORY/

SET

C705

R740

R734

SW726

CNW702

R733

R748

R732

R731

R728

R707

SW725

BASS/

TREBLE

R708

C704

D722

SW728

R824

E C B

Q804

3 2 1

R825

Q806

R773

C713

1

2

FUNCTION

R845

C840

SW710

OPEN/CLOSE

SW709

ON/

STAND-BY

7

8

9

3

4

5

6

1

2

CNP705

2 1

1

7

C845

Q807

3 2 1

R836

2

1

CFW703

C714

3 2

RX701

1

BK

GY

GY

GY

GY

GY

GY

BK

5

6

7

3

4

1

2

TO MAIN

PWB-A1

CNP701

P35 11-G

TO SHIELD

SHEET(242)

LED704

2

1

LED PWB-A6

7

12 8 9 10

Figure 33 WIRING SIDE OF P.W.BOARD (2/4)

– 33 –

11

XL-1500W

A

CHASSIS

GND

J801

CD DIGITAL OUTPUT

C866

L804

2 3 1

C865

CNW804

1 3 C864

SO401

VIDEO/AUX INPUT

RIGHT LEFT

3

CNW401

1

L401

TERMINAL PWB-A4

MAIN PWB-A1

CHASSIS

GND

JK101

HEADPH

JACK

B

C

D

E

F

G

TO CD

PWB-A3

CNP804

P33 8-C

1

2

3

4

RD

BK

WH

AM

SO301

ANTENNA

TERMINAL

FM 75 OHMS

GND

CHASSIS

GND

CFW301

FE301

COLOR TABLE

B R

R D ( R )

O R

Y L

G R

B L

V L

G Y

W H ( W )

B K

P K

BROWN

RED

ORANGE

YELLOW

GREEN

BLUE

VIOLET

GRAY

WHITE

BLACK

PINK

8 7 6 5

4 3 2 1

C345

R369B

R369A

C348

C397

R381

R379

C346

C329

C330

C331

R323

C334

AM Band

Coverage

T302

AM

Tracking

R336

C347

R344

1

2

3

C341

R348

12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22

C383

11

C387

10

9 8 7 6

C392 C381

5

C382

4 3 2 1

R359

C335

Q301

E C B

FM Mute

Level

VR351

R347

C385

C386

C337

C362

C343

R358

1

2

3

T351

AM IF

C364

R350

24

23

C350

22

C365

C366

21

20

C367

19

18

C363

17

C368

R356

C374

R362

C372 X351

16

15

14

13

7

8

9

1

2

3

4

5

6

10

3 2

C352

11

12

C356

C354 R376

C353

1

CF352

C351

L352

R395

C373

C371

R363

R377

B C E

R383

C395

C391

Q360

R366

Q351

3

2

1

TUNER PWB-B1

4

5

6

1

2

3

7

8

9

10

11

BR

1 2 3

1

Q108

R609

2 3

1

2

3

C607

ZD602

Q606

1 2 3

R610

3 2 1

C608

R608

B

C

E

D602

E

C

B

E

C

B

Q601

B C E

R603

C602

E

C

B

D101

D102

C112

R122

B

C

E

R114

R111

12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5

R1

C610

C115

R107

C10

C116

3 2 1

3 2 1

Q106

Q105

C606

FROM CD

PWB-A3

CNW805

P32 4-B

FROM

DISPLAY PWB-A2

CNW707

P32 5-F

CHASSIS

GND

D659

D658

C658

D657

D660

C660

3

4

5

1

2

8

9

6

7

10

11

C127

CNP805

5 4 3 2 1

CHASSIS

GND

D402

D401

R442

R423

R424

R425

R440

C420

C431

C424

C429

C430

IC401

R44

C425

C423

C42

R421

R415

R416

R422

C422

2 1 CNP707

FROM

PWB-

H

1

6 2 3 4

Figure 34 WIRING SIDE OF P.W.BOARD (3/4)

– 34 –

5

XL-1500W

SO651

AC POWER

INPUT SOCKET

AC 110,127,220,230~240V,50/60Hz

SW651

VOLTAGE

SELECTOR

PWB-A1

RIGHT

SO601

SPEAKER

TERMINAL

LEFT

110V 220V

JK101

HEADPHONES

JACK

127V

230~240V

C124

C123

E

C

B

E

C

B

E

C

B

L102

D101

D102

C112

R122

B

C

E

R121

C113

B C E Q103

C111

R113

R114

R115

R111

12 11 10

9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1

R108

C610

IC101

C115

R107

C108

R110

R109

C116

C104

3 2 1

3 2 1

Q106

Q105

Q102

E C B

B

C

E

C606 C101

1

CNW102

C131

2

CHASSIS

GND

D659

D658

C658

D657

D660

C660

F653

T1.25A L 250V

D654

D653

D652

C127

C651

L101

5

1

C420

CNP805

5 4 3 2 1

F652

T2.5A L 250V

D402

D401

R442

2

1

4

3

C431

C424

C422

C429

C430

IC401

R441

C425

C423 R439

C421

C419

R421

R415

R416

R422

1

2

3

CNP401

R204

1 2 3

C202

Q201

G D S

D201

R214

3 2 1

Q203

R203 C201

R205

R201

5

6

7

8

9

1

2

3

4

10

11

12

13

CNP808

2 1

RLY601

FROM DISPLAY

PWB-A2

CNW703

P32 4-F

4

3

2

1

YL

YL

BR

BR

T681

POWER TRANSFORMER

(SUB)

4

5

6

1

2

3

7

8

9

CNP681

T651

POWER TRANSFORMER

(MAIN)

3

4

5

1

2

6

7

8

9

TO SPRING

(233)

CHASSIS

GND

L681

D686

IC681

1 2 3

D688

ZD684

ZD683

C683

C661

C681

D681

D684

D682

CNP701

C684

D689

D683

5

CFW682

1

7 6 5 4 3 2 1

R686

Q683 B C E 2 1

CNP909

B

C

E

Q681

CHASSIS

GND

2 1

FROM CD

PWB-A3

CNW803

P32 5-C

FROM DISPLAY

PWB-A2

CNW702

P33 8,9-F

CHASSIS

GND

CNW808

P32 4-A

FROM

CD PWB-A3

CNW701 FROM DISPLAY

P33 11-F

PWB-A2

7 8 9 10

Figure 35 WIRING SIDE OF P.W.BOARD (4/4)

– 35 –

11 12

XL-1500W

TROUBLESHOOTING

When the CD does not function

When the CD section does not operate when the objective lens of the optical pickup is dirty, this section may not operate. Clean the objective lens, and check the playback operation. When this section does not operate even after the above step is taken,check the following items.

Remove the cabinet and follow the troubleshooting instructions.

"Track skipping and/or no TOC (Table Of Contents) may be caused by build up of dust other foreign matter on the laser pickup lens. Before attempting any adjustment make certain that the lens is clean. If not, clean it as mentioned below."

Turn off the power, and wipe the lens softly using a cleaning paper moistened with commercially available cleaning solution so as not to damage it.

Be careful not to touch the lens with bare hands.

Dust gradually accumulates on the objective lens during use, and it may degrade performance.

To avoid this problem, use a cleaning disc designed for CD optical pickup lenses.

HOW TO USE

1. Using the brush in the cleaner cap, apply 1 or 2 drops of the cleaning fluid to the brush on the CD cleaner disc which has the mark next to it.

2. Place the CD cleaner disc onto the CD disc tray with the brush side down, then press the play button.

3. You will hear music for about 20 seconds and the CD player will automatically stop. If it continues to turn, press the stop button.

CAUTION

The CD lens cleaner should be effective for 30 - 50 operations, however if the brushes become worn out earlier then please replace the cleaner disc.

If the CD cleaner brushes become very wet then wipe off any excess fluid with a soft cloth.

Do not drink the cleaner fluid or allow it to come in contact with the eyes. In the event of this happening then drink and / or rinse with clean water and seek medical advice.

The CD cleaner disc must not be used on car CD player or on computer CD ROM drives.

All rights reserved. Unauthorized duplicating, broadcasting and renting product is prohibited by law.

Cleaner Liquid

Cleaning Disc

PARTS CODE: UDSKA0004AFZZ

– 36 –

XL-1500W

Make sure that the disc is normal, and set the CD TEST MODE (STEP 1).

Is the measured voltage as specified in circuit diagram?

Yes

Is "Er-CD01" displayed"?

Yes

Move the pickup to most internal circumference side of disc.

Turn the power off and reset the CD TEST MODE (STEP 1).

Is "PU ERROR " not displayed?

Yes

No

No

No

Check the main unit power supply circuit.

Check the pattern between pin 58 (PU_IN) of IC701 and

CNW704/CNP704.

Check the between CNW704/CNP704 and PU-IN switch.

Is +5V applied to pin 63 (RST) of IC801?

Yes

Does the CD TEST MODE advance from "STEP 2"?

Yes

No

No

Check the PWB pattern between pin 65 (CD_RES) of IC701 and pin 63 (RST) of IC801.

Is CD Lid switch SW802

ON condition ?

Yes

No

Set ON condition the CD

Lid switch.

Check the between pattern IC701 and SW802 If OK.

Check the main unit power supply circuit.

Check the procedure in "LASER FAILURE".

Does the laser come on in CD TEST MODE "STEP 2"?

Yes

Does the CD TEST MODE advance from "STEP 3" to "STEP

4"?

Yes

Does the spindle motor rotate normally when the CD TEST

MODE changes from "STEP 4" to "STEP 3"?

Yes

Is the HF output on pin 24 of IC801 in CD TEST MODE "STEP 5"?

Yes

Does the sound heard when the optical pickup move to the selected play by the FF /REW key.

Yes

No

No

No

No

No

Check the procedure in "FOCUS FAILURE".

Check the procedure in "SPINDLE MOTOR CLV SERVO

FAILURE".

Check the procedure "HF ERROR".

Does the sled motor move ?

Yes

No

Check the procedure in

"SLED MOTOR

OPERATING FAILURE ".

Check the procedure "NO SOUND"

Check the pattern between IC701 and LCD701.

Does the LCD track number and time indicator work properly ?

Yes

Turn the power off and then back on.

Does the unit initialize properly and start playback when PLAY key is pressed?

Yes

No

No

Is "Er-CD01 " displayed ?

Yes

No

Check the procedure in

"HF ERROR".

Check the pattern between pin 58 (PU_IN) of IC701 and CNW704/CNP704. Check the between CNW704/

CNP704 and PU-IN switch.

Does the unit play in order in the FF mode?

Yes

Does playback continue for 30 seconds after the start of playback ?

Yes

Normal

No

No

Check the procedure in "TRACK SEARCH FAILURE".

Check the procedure in "SLED SERVO FAILURE".

– 37 –

XL-1500W

• Laser failure.

Is +7.2V applied to the pin 1 of CNW805 ?

Yes

Is +5V applied to the cathode side of ZD801 ?

Yes

No

Check the PWB pattern between emitter of Q605 and CNP805/

CNW805.

No

Check the peripheral parts of ZD801,C820 and C821.

Is +5V applied to the pin 64 (VDD) of IC801 ?

Yes

Is +3.3V applied to the pin 1 (VCC) of IC802 ?

Yes

Is 0V applied to the pin 38 (SEL) of IC801 ?

Yes

No

Is approx. 2V applied to the collector of Q801.

Yes

Check CNP801/CNW801. If it is normal, the optical pickup is faulty.

No

No

Check the PWB pattern between cathode side of ZD801 and pin

64 of IC801.

Check the PWB pattern between collector of Q802 and pin 1 of

IC802.

No

No

Does the laser come on when pattern cut between pin 8 (SEL) of

IC802 and pin 38 (SEL) of IC801 ?

Yes

Check the PWB pattern between IC701 and IC801 (BUCK/CCE/

BUS0~3)

Check the peripheral parts of IC802 and Q801. If it is normal, the optical pickup is faulty.

• Focus failure.

Does the optical pickup move up and down when the disc is removed?

Yes

Is the following waveform output at the pin 29 (FEI) of IC801 when the disc is set?

Yes pin 29

(FEI) pin 33

(FOO) pin 30

(SBAD)

Is the waveform shown above input at the pin 30 (SBAD) of

IC801?

Yes

IC802 is faulty.

No

Check as stated in item "FOCUS SERVO SAWTOOTH WAVE

FAILURE".

No

Check the periphery of IC802 and CNP801/CNW801. Is it normal?

Yes

The optical pickup is faulty.

No

Check the pattern between pin 12 of IC802 and pin 30 of IC801.

Check the periphery of IC802 and CNP801/CNW801.

– 38 –

XL-1500W

• Focus servo sawtooth wave failure.

Is sawtooh wave output to the pin 33 (FOO) of IC801 ?

Yes

1.5~2.5sec

No

IC801 is faulty.

Is +7.0V applied to the pins 21 and 22 (VCC) of IC803 ?

Yes

No

Is sawtooth wave obtained between pins 17 and 18 of IC803 ?

Yes

1.5~2.5sec

No

Check the PWB pattern between pin emitter of Q605 and IC803.

Is +5V applied to the pin 7

(MUTE) of IC803 ?

Yes

No

Check the PWB pattern between pin 7 of IC803 and pin 66 (CD STB) of

IC701.

Check the PWB pattern between pin 33 (FOO) of IC801 and pins

19 and 20 of IC803. If OK. IC803 is faulty.

Is sawtooth wave obtained between pins 13 and 16 of

CNP801/CNW801 ? (as shown above)

Yes

CNP801/CNW801 connection failure or optical pickup failure.

No

Check the PWB pattern between CNP801/CNW801 and IC803.

• Spindle motor clv servo failure.

Is following wave output to the pin 41 (DMO) of IC801 when the CD TEST MODE "STEP 3" is changed to " STEP 4" ?

Yes

DMO

No

Check the procedure in "HF ERROR".

If OK. IC801 is faulty.

Is above wave obtained between pins 1 and 2 of IC803 ?

Yes

No

Check the PWB pattern between pin 41 (DMO) of IC801 and pins

9 and 10 of IC803. If OK. IC803 is faulty.

Is above wave obtained between pins 9 and 12 of CNP801/

CNW801 ?

Yes

CNP801/CNW801 connection failure or optical pickup failure.

No

Check the PWB pattern between CNP801/CNW801 and IC803.

– 39 –

XL-1500W

• HF error.

Is output (tracking error signal) obtained at the pins 31 (TEI) and 32 (TEZI) of IC801 the CD TEST MODE "STEP 4" is changed to "STEP 5"?

Yes

TEI

TEZI test mode "step 4" test mode "step 5"

No

Is output (HF signal) obtained at the pin 24 (RFI) of IC801 when the CD TEST MODE "STEP 4" is changed to "STEP 5"?

Yes test mode "step 4" test mode "step 5"

RFI

No

Is output obtained at the pins 3 and

8 of CNP801/CNW801.

No

Optical pickup failure.

Yes

Check the periphery of IC802.

Check the PWB pattern between pin 11 (TEO) of IC802 and pins 31 and 32 of IC801.

Is it normal ?

No

IC802 is faulty.

Yes

Check the PWB pattern between pin 34 (TRO) of IC801 and pin 25 of IC803.

Check the periphery of IC803 and CNP801/CNW801.

If OK. Optical pickup failure.

Is output obtained at the pins 4 and

5,6 of CNP801/CNW801.

No

Yes

Optical pickup failure.

Check the periphery of IC802.

Check the PWB pattern between pin 19 (RFGO) of IC802 and pins

24 (RFI) of IC801.

If OK. IC802 is faulty

No

Check the periphery of IC802.

Check the PWB pattern between pin17 (RFRP) of IC802 and pins

27 (RFZI) and 28 (RFRP) of IC801.

If OK. IC802 is faulty.

Is output (HF signal) obtained at the pins 27 (RFZI) and 28

(RFRP) of IC801 when the CD TEST MODE "STEP 4" is changed to "STEP 5"?

Yes test mode "step 4" test mode "step 5"

RFZI

RFRP

Is the following wave output to the pin 41 (DMO) of IC801 when the CD TEST MODE "STEP 4" or "STEP 5"?

Yes test mode "step 4" test mode "step 5"

DMO

No

Check the periphery pins 15~19 of IC801.

If OK. IC801 failure.

Normal.

• No sound.

No sound from both L and R-ch?

Yes

Is +3.3V applied to pin 51 (DVDD) of IC801?

Yes

Is signal of pins 50 and 53 of IC801 output?

Yes

The main PWB is faulty.

No

Check the interval between the pins 50 or 53 of IC801 and the pins

2 or 5 of IC101.

No

Check the PWB pattern between pin 51 of IC801 and Q808.

No

Check the peripheral parts of IC801. If OK, IC801 is faulty.

– 40 –

XL-1500W

• Track search failure

Does the sled motor run in FF/REW state when the SERVO

TEST MODE "STEP1" is set?

Yes

Is the following wave output to the pin 34 (TRO) of IC801 during track search in normal playback?

Yes

TRO

No

Check as stated in item "SLED MOTOR OPERATION FAILURE".

No

IC801 failure.

Is the following wave output to the pins 11 (TEO) of IC802 during track search in normal playback?

Yes

TEO

TEI

TEZI

Is the above wave output to the pins 31 (TEI) and 32 (TEZI) of

IC801 during track search in normal playback?

Yes

Is the following wave output to the pin 27 (RFZI) and 28

(RFRP) of IC801 during track search in normal playback?

Yes

RFRP

No

No

No

Check the PWB pattern between pin 34 (TRO) of IC801 and pin

25 of IC803.

Check the PWB pattern between pins 26 and 27 of IC803 and

Optical pickup.

If OK. Optical pickup failure.

Check the PWB pattern between pin 11 (TEO) of IC802 and pins 31 and 32 of IC801. If OK. IC802 failure.

Check the PWB pattern between pins 22 (RFO),17 (RFRP), 19

(RFGO) and 20 (RFGC) of IC802 and pins 24,27,28 and 36 of IC801.

If OK. IC802 failure.

RFZI

Normal.

• Sled motor operation failure.

Is following sled feed signal output the pin 40 (FMO) of IC801 when FF /REW key is pressed after the CD TEST

MODE "STEP 1" is set?

Yes

FF REW

FMO

No

Is following sled feed signal output the pins 3 and 4 of IC803 when FF /REW

MODE "STEP 1" is set?

key is pressed after the CD TEST

Yes FF REW

SL

±

C801 is faulty.

No

Check the PWB pattern between pin 40 of IC801 and pins 3 and 4 of IC803.

Is sled feed signal output the pins 1 and 2 of IC803?

Yes

Is sled feed voltage applied between both terminals of sled motor?

Yes

Check the CD mechanism (periphery of sled motor).

If the sled motor does not run when DC2.0V is applied to both terminals of sled motor, the sled motor is faulty.

• Sled servo failure.

Is following sled signal output the pin 40 (FMO) of IC801 during playback?

Yes

FMO

No

Check the peripheral parts of IC803. If OK, IC803 is faulty.

Check the CNW802.

No

No

IC801 is faulty.

Normal.

– 41 –

XL-1500W

7

8

9

10

11

5

6

3

4

16*

17

18

19*

12*

13

14

15*

24

25

26

27*

28

20

21

22

23

NC

R1

R2

R3

L3

L2

L1

NC

VSS

TEST

LOUT

LBASS2

LBASS1

LTRE

LIN

LSEL0

L4

R4

RSEL0

RIN

RTRE

RBASS1

RBASS2

ROUT

NC

Vref

FUNCTION TABLE OF IC

IC401 VHiLC75342M-1: Function/Volume Equaliser (LC75342M)

Pin No.

Port Name

1

2

29

30

DI

CE

VDD

CL

Function

Serial data and clock input pin for control.

Chip enable pin. Data written into an internal latch in a timing of [H] -> [L]. Each analog switch is activated.

Data transfer enabled at [H] level.

Ground pin.

Electronic volume control pin. To be set to the VSS potential.

Volume + equalizer output pin.

Bass-band filter comprising capacitor and resistor connection pin.

Bass-band filter comprising capacitor and resistor connection pin.

Capacitor connection pin comprising treble band filter.

Volume + equalizer input pin.

Input selector output pin.

Input signal pin.

Input signal pin.

Input signal pin.

Input signal pin.

No CONNECT pin. To be open or connected to VSS.

No CONNECT pin. To be open or connected to VSS.

Input signal pin.

Input signal pin.

Input signal pin.

Input signal pin.

Input selector output pin.

Volume + equalizer input pin.

Capacitor connection pin comprising treble band filter.

Bass-band filter comprising capacitor and resistor connection pin.

Bass-band filter comprising capacitor and resistor connection pin.

Volume + equalizer output pin.

No CONNECT pin. To be open or connected to VSS.

0.5 x VDD voltage generation block for analog ground. Capacitor of several 10

µ

F to be connected between

Vref and AWSS (VSS) as a counter measure against power ripple.

Supply pin.

Serial data and clock input pin for control.

In this unit, the terminal with asterisk mark (*) is (open) terminal which is not connected to the outside.

– 42 –

XL-1500W

IC401 VHiLC75342M-1: Function/Volume Equaliser (LC75342M)

TEST

VSS CE DI CL VDD Vref

4 3 2 1 30 29 28

NC

27

LOUT

5 26 ROUT

LBASS2 6

LBASS1

7

25 RBASS2

24

RBASS1

LTRE

8

LIN

9

LSEL0 10

23

RTRE

22 RIN

21

RSEL0

11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20

L4 L3 L2 L1 NC NC R1 R2 R3 R4

Figure 43 BLOCK DIAGRAM OF IC

– 43 –

XL-1500W

LCD701: RV-LX0015SJZZ LCD Display

z1 z4 z2 z3 r q

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 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42

12

13

14

15

16

17

18

19

20

21

7

8

5

6

9

10

11

PinNo

1

2

3

4 com1 com1 a2

SLEEP h3 g3 a3

RANDOM h4 z1 h1 g1 a1

REC h2 g2 g4 a4

MEMORY com2 com2 n4 p4 b5 b1 j1 n1 p1 b2 j2 n2 p2 b3 j3 n3 p3 b4 j4 com3 com3 f2 c3 l3 m3 f3 c4 l4 c1 l1 m1 f1 c2 l2 m2 m4 f4 c5 com4 e2

MHz k3 d3 e3 kHz k4 e1 z3 k2 d2 com4 z2 k1 d1 d4 e4 z4

33

34

35

36

37

38

39

40

41

42

26

27

28

29

30

31

32

PinNo

22

23

24

25 com1 j6 n6 p6 b7 j7 n7 p7 b8 j8 n8 p8

PTY com2 j5 n5 p5 b6 h6 g6 a6 r h7 g7 a7

TP h8 g8 a8

EON com1 h5 g5 a5

RDS com2 l6 m6 f6 c7 l7 m7 f7 c8 l8 m8 f8

TI com3 l5 m5 f5 c6 k8 d8 e8

TA

SRS(0) com4 k6 d6 e6 q k7 d7 e7 com4 k5 d5 e5

ST com3

Figure 44 LCD SEGMENT

– 44 –

XL-1500W

PARTS GUIDE

COMPACT AUDIO SYSTEM

MODEL

XL-1500W

XL-1500W Compact Audio System consisting of XL-1500W

(main unit) and CP-XL1500H (speaker system).

“HOW TO ORDER REPLACEMENT PARTS”

To have your order filled promptly and correctly, please furnish the following information.

1. MODEL NUMBER 2. REF. No.

For U.S.A. only

Contact your nearest SHARP Parts Distributor to order.

3. PART NO.

4. DESCRIPTION

For location of SHARP Parts Distributor,

Please call Toll-Free;

1-800-BE-SHARP

MARK: SPARE PARTS-DELIVERY SECTION

Explanation of capacitors/resistors parts codes

Capacitors

VCC ....................... Ceramic type

VCK ........................ Ceramic type

VCT ........................ Semiconductor type

VC • • MF ............... Cylindrical type (without lead wire)

VC • • MN ............... Cylindrical type (without lead wire)

VC • • TV ................ Square type (without lead wire)

VC • • TQ ............... Square type (without lead wire)

VC • • CY ............... Square type (without lead wire)

VC • • CZ ............... Square type (without lead wire)

VC • • • • • • • • • J .. The 13th character represents capacity difference.

("J"

±

5%, "K"

±

10%, "M"

±

20%, "N"

±

30%,

"C"

±

0.25 pF, "D"

±

0.5 pF, "Z" +80-20%.)

If there are no indications for the electrolytic capacitors, error is

±

20%.

Resistors

VRD ....................... Carbon-film type

VRS ........................ Carbon-film type

VRN ....................... Metal-film type

VR • • MF ............... Cylindrical type (without lead wire)

VR • • MN ............... Cylindrical type (without lead wire)

VR • • TV ................ Square type (without lead wire)

VR • • TQ ............... Square type (without lead wire)

VR • • CY ............... Square type (without lead wire)

VR • • CZ ............... Square type (without lead wire)

VR • • • • • • • • • J .. The 13th character represents error.

("J"

±

5%, "F"

±

1%, "D"

±

0.5%.)

If there are no indications for other parts, the resistors are

±

5% carbon-film type.

NOTE:

Parts marked with “ ” are important for maintaining the safety of the set.

Be sure to replace parts with specified ones for maintaining the safety and performance of the set.

XL-1500W

NO.

PART CODE

PRICE

RANK

DESCRIPTION

NO.

PARTS CODE

PRICE

RANK

DESCRIPTION

INTEGRATED CIRCUITS FILTERS

IC101

IC201

IC302

IC303

IC401

IC681

Q683

Q701

Q702,703

Q706

Q707,708

Q709

Q801

Q802

Q804

Q806,807

Q808

Q809

Q810

Q101~104

Q105,106

Q108

Q109

Q201

Q203

Q301

Q351

Q360

Q601

Q602,603

Q604

Q605

Q606

Q607

Q681

DIODES

IC701

IC801

IC802

IC803

IC804

VHILA4282//-1

VHIKIA4558P-1

VHILC72131/-1

VHILA1832S/-1

VHILC75342M-1

VHIKIA7805API

RH-IX0043SJZZ

J AM Power Amp.,LA4282

J AC Surround Control ,KIA4558P

J AP PLL (Tuner),LC72131

J AN FM IF Det./FM Mpx./AM IF,

LA1832S

J AN Function/Volume Equaliser,

LC75342M

J AF Constant Voltage Regulator,

KIA7805AP

J AX System Microcomputer/FL

Driver,IX0043SJ

VHITC94A14F-1

VHITA2157F/-1

J

J

AY

AN

Servo/Signal Control,TC94A14F

Head Amp.,TA2157F

VHIMM1469PH-1 J AN Focus/Tracking/Spin/Sled Driver,

VHITA7291S/-1

MM1469PH

J AH CD LID Motor Driver,TA7291S

TRANSISTORS

VSKTC3199GR-1 J AB Silicon,NPN,KTC3199 GR

VSKRC102M//-1

VSKRA107M//-1

J

J

AC

AE

Digital,NPN,KRC102 M

Digital,PNP,KRA107 M

VSKRC107M//-1

VS2SK2541//-1

VSKRC107M//-1

J

J

J

AC

AC

AC

Digital,NPN,KRC107 M

FET,2SK2541

Digital,NPN,KRC107 M

VS2SC380-O/-1

VSKRC104M//-1

J AC Silicon,NPN,2SC380 O

J AC Digital,NPN,KRC104 M

VSKTA1266GR-1 J AB Silicon,PNP,KTA1266 GR

VSKTC3200GR-1 J AC Silicon,NPN,KTC3200 GR

VS2SD2012Y/-1 J AF Silicon,NPN,2SD2012 Y

VSKTC3200GR-1 J AC Silicon,NPN,KTC3200 GR

VS2SD2012Y/-1 J AF Silicon,NPN,2SD2012 Y

VSKRA102M//-1

VSKRC107M//-1

J

J

AC

AC

Digital,PNP,KRA102 M

Digital,NPN,KRC107 M

VSKTC3199GR-1 J AB Silicon,NPN,KTC3199 GR

VSKTC3199GR-1 J AB Silicon,NPN,KTC3199 GR

VSKRC102M//-1 J AC Digital,NPN,KRC102 M

VSKTC3199GR-1 J AB Silicon,NPN,KTC3199 GR

VSKRC102M//-1 J AC Digital,NPN,KRC102 M

VSKTA1266GR-1 J AB Silicon,PNP,KTA1266 GR

VSKRC102M//-1 J AC Digital,NPN,KRC102 M

VSKTA1266GR-1 J AB Silicon,PNP,KTA1266 GR

VS2SB562-C/-1 J AD Silicon,PNP,2SB562 C

VSKTA1266GR-1 J AB Silicon,PNP,KTA1266 GR

VSKRC102M//-1 J AC Digital,NPN,KRC102 M

VSKTC3199GR-1 J AB Silicon,NPN,KTC3199 GR

VSKRA102M//-1 J AC Digital,PNP,KRA102 M

VSKRC107M//-1 J AC Digital,NPN,KRC107 M

CF301,302

CF351

CF352

RFILF0072AFZZ J AG FM IF

RFILF0003AWZZ J AK FM IF

RFILA0003SJZZ J AF AM IF

TRANSFORMERS

T302

T306

T351

1

T651

1

T681

COILS

RCILA0007SJZZ

RCILB0009SJZZ

RCILI0004SJZZ

RTRNP0090SJZZ J

RTRNP0093SJZZ J

J AG AM Antenna

J AG AM OSC.

J AF AM IF

Power Transformer (Main)

Power Transformer (Sub)

L101,102

L105

L342

L351,352

L353

L401

L681

L701

L704

L801,802

L804

L805

L851~853

RCILZ0024AWZZ J AC 3

µ

H,Choke

VP-DH100K0000 J AB 10

µ

H,Choke

VP-DH2R2K0000

VP-DH101K0000

J AB 2.2

µ

H,Peaking

J AB 100

µ

H,Choke

VP-DH102K0000 J AB 1 mH,Choke

VP-DH2R2K0000 J AB 2.2

µ

H,Peaking

VP-DH102K0000

VP-DH100K0000

J AB 1 mH,Choke

J AB 10

µ

H,Choke

RCILC0353AFZZ J AB Tip Solid Induction,100mA

VP-DH2R2K0000 J AB 2.2

µ

H,Peaking

VP-XHR82K0000 J AC 0.82

µ

H

VP-DH2R2K0000 J AB 2.2

µ

H,Peaking

RCILC0353AFZZ J AB Tip Solid Induction,100mA

VARIABLE RESISTOR

VR351 RVR-M0026AWZZ J AC 10 kohm (B),Semi-VR

VIBRATORS

D101,102

D201

D301~304

D308

D401~403

D601,602

1

D651~654

1

D657~660

1

D681~684

D685

VHD1N4148//-1

VHD1N4148//-1

VHD1N4148//-1

VHD1N4148//-1

VHD1N4004//-1

VHD1N4148//-1

VHD1N5402M/-1

VHD1N4004//-1

VHD1N4004//-1

VHD1N4004//-1

J AA Silicon,1N4148

J AA Silicon,1N4148

J AA Silicon,1N4148

J AA Silicon,1N4148

J AB Silicon,1N4004

J AA Silicon,1N4148

J AE Silicon,1N5402M

J AB Silicon,1N4004

J AB Silicon,1N4004

J AB Silicon,1N4004

D686

D688,689

D701,702

D720~723

D801~806

VHD1N4004//-1

VHD1N4004//-1

VHD1N4148//-1

VHD1N4148//-1

VHD1N4148//-1

J AB Silicon,1N4004

J AB Silicon,1N4004

J AA Silicon,1N4148

J AA Silicon,1N4148

J AA Silicon,1N4148

LED701~704 VHPSLI343YC-1

LED801 VHPSYD5310+-1

J

J

AF

AF

LED,SLI343YC

LED,SYD5310

VD301

ZD351

ZD601

VHCSVC348S/-1

VHEDZ5R1BSB-1

VHEDZ130BSA-1

J

J

J

AK

AC

AC

Variable Capacitance,SVC348S

Zener,5.1V,DZ5.1BSB

Zener,13V,DZ130A

ZD602

ZD683,684

ZD701

ZD801

ZD802

VHEDZ8R2BSC-1 J AB Zener,8.2V,DZ8.2BSC

VHEMTZH160C-1 J Zener,16V,MTZH160C

VHEDZ3R3BSB-1 J AB Zener,3.3V,DZ3.3BSB

VHEDZ5R1BSB-1 J AC Zener,5.1V,DZ5.1BSB

VHEDZ3R9BSB-1 J AC Zener,3.9V,DZ3.9BSB

X351

X352

X701

X702

X801

RCRM-0007SJZZ J AG VCO,456 kHz

RCRSP0006SJZZ J AF Crystal,4.5 MHz

RCRM-0008SJZZ J AG Ceramic,8 MHz

RCRSP0007SJZZ J AE Crystal,32.768 kHz

RCRSP0002SJZZ J AL Crystal,16.93 MHz

C209

C211,212

C213,214

C215,216

C301

C302

C329

C330

C331

C332

C334

C335

C337

C341

C343

C345~347

C348

C349

C101

C103,104

C105,106

C107,108

C109,110

C111~114

C115

C116~122

C123,124

C127

C128

C129

C130

C131

C201,202

C203,204

C208

CAPACITORS

RC-GZA107AF1C J AB 100

µ

F,16V,Electrolytic

VCKYPA1HB471K J AA 470 pF,50V

VCQYKA1HM823J J AC 0.082

µ

F,50V,Mylar

RC-GZA107AF1E J AB 100

µ

F,25V,Electrolytic

RC-GZV477AF1E J AC 470

µ

F,25V,Electrolytic

VCFYFA1HA104J J AC 0.1

µ

F,50V,Thin Film

RC-GZA106AF1H J AB 10

µ

F,50V,Electrolytic

VCKYPA1HF223Z J AB 0.022

µ

F,50V

VCKYPA1HB222K J AA 0.0022

µ

F,50V

VCKYPA1HB102K J AA 0.001

µ

F,50V

RC-GZA335AF1C J AB 3.3

µ

F,16V,Electrolytic

VCKYPA1HF223Z J AB 0.022

µ

F,50V

RC-GZA476AF1E J AB 47

µ

F,25V,Electrolytic

RC-GZW228AF1H J AH 2200

µ

F,50V,Electrolytic

VCKYCY1HB562K J AA 0.0056

µ

F,50V

RC-GZA105AF1H J AB 1

µ

F,50V,Electrolytic

RC-GZA107AF1C J AB 100

µ

F,16V,Electrolytic

RC-GZA476AF1C J AB 47

µ

F,16V,Electrolytic

VCKYCY1HB332K J AA 0.0033

µ

F,50V

RC-GZA475AF1H J AB 4.7

µ

F,50V,Electrolytic

RC-GZA105AF1H J AB 1

µ

F,50V,Electrolytic

VCKYCY1EF123Z J 0.012

µ

F,25V

VCKYCY1HB102K J AA 0.001

µ

F,50V

VCKYCY1EF223Z J AB 0.022

µ

F,25V

VCCCPA1HH8R0D J AA 8 pF (CH),50V

VCKYCY1EF473Z J AB 0.047

µ

F,25V

VCKYPA1HF223Z J AB 0.022

µ

F,50V

VCCUPA1HJ270J J AA 27 pF (UJ),50V

VCKYCY1HB561K J AA 560 pF,50V

VCKYPA1HF223Z J AB 0.022

µ

F,50V

VCKYCY1EF223Z J AB 0.022

µ

F,25V

VCCSCY1HL330J J AD 33 pF,50V

VCKYCY1EF223Z J AB 0.022

µ

F,25V

RC-GZA107AF1C J AB 100

µ

F,16V,Electrolytic

VCKYCY1HB102K J AA 0.001

µ

F,50V

– 1 –

NO.

C705

C710

C711

C712

C713

C714

C715

C801

C802

C803

C804

C805

C665

C681

C683

C684

C688

C689

C691

C701,702

C703

C704

C419

C420

C421~424

C425,426

C429

C430

C431~433

C601

C602

C603,604

C605

C606

C607

C608

C609

C610

C651

C654

1

C657~660

C661

C382

C383

C384

C385

C386

C387

C391

C392

C393

C394

C395

C396

C397

C398

C399

C401~404

C407,408

C413

C415,416

C417,418

C350,351

C352

C353,354

C355

C356

C357

C358

C360,361

C362

C363

C364

C365

C366

C367,368

C369

C370

C371,372

C373,374

C380

C381

PART CODE

PRICE

RANK

DESCRIPTION

VCKYCY1EF223Z J AB 0.022

µ

F,25V

RC-GZA106AF1C J AB 10

µ

F,16V,Electrolytic

VCKYCY1EF223Z J AB 0.022

µ

F,25V

VCCSCY1HL220J J AD 220 pF,50V

VCKYCY1HB102K J AA 0.001

µ

F,50V

RC-GZA225AF1H J AB 2.2

µ

F,50V,Electrolytic

RC-GZA105AF1H J AB 1

µ

F,50V,Electrolytic

VCKYCY1EF223Z J AB 0.022

µ

F,25V

RC-GZA335AF1H J AB 3.3

µ

F,50V,Electrolytic

VCKYCY1EF223Z J AB 0.022

µ

F,25V

RC-GZA475AF1E J AB 4.7

µ

F,25V,Electrolytic

VCKYCY1EF223Z J AB 0.022

µ

F,25V

VCKYCY1HB102K J AA 0.001

µ

F,50V

RC-GZA105AF1H J AB 1

µ

F,50V,Electrolytic

VCCSCY1HL560J J AD 56 pF,50V

RC-GZA105AF1H J AB 1

µ

F,50V,Electrolytic

RC-EZD105AF1H J AB 1

µ

F,50V,Electrolytic

VCTYPA1CX223K J AA 0.022

µ

F,16V

RC-GZA106AF1C J AB 10

µ

F,16V,Electrolytic

VCCCCY1HH120J J AA 12 pF (CH),50V

VCCCCY1HH150J J AA 15 pF (CH),50V

VCKYCY1EF223Z J AB 0.022

µ

F,25V

VCKYCY1HB102K J AA 0.001

µ

F,50V

VCKYPA1HF103Z J AB 0.01

µ

F,50V

VCKYPA1HB331K J AA 330 pF,50V

VCKYCY1EF223Z J AB 0.022

µ

F,25V

RC-GZA476AF1C J AB 47

µ

F,16V,Electrolytic

VCKYCY1HB102K J AA 0.001

µ

F,50V

RC-GZA105AF1H J AB 1

µ

F,50V,Electrolytic

RC-GZA476AF1C J AB 47

µ

F,16V,Electrolytic

VCKYCY1EF223Z J AB 0.022

µ

F,25V

RC-GZA107AF1A J AB 100

µ

F,10V,Electrolytic

VCKYCY1EF223Z J AB 0.022

µ

F,25V

RC-GZA107AF1A J AB 100

µ

F,10V,Electrolytic

VCKYPA1HF473Z J AB 0.047

µ

F,50V

RC-GZA106AF1C J AB 10

µ

F,16V,Electrolytic

RC-GZA106AF1C J AB 10

µ

F,16V,Electrolytic

VCKYCY1HB472K J AA 0.0047

µ

F,50V

RC-GZA106AF1C J AB 10

µ

F,16V,Electrolytic

RC-GZA225AF1H J AB 2.2

µ

F,50V,Electrolytic

VCKYCY1HB272K J AA 0.0027

µ

F,50V

VCKYPA1HB272K J AA 0.0027

µ

F,50V

RC-QZA104AFYJ J AC 0.1

µ

F,50V,Mylar

RC-GZA105AF1H J AB 1

µ

F,50V,Electrolytic

RC-GZA336AF1C J AB 33

µ

F,16V,Electrolytic

RC-GZA107AF1C J AB 100

µ

F,16V,Electrolytic

VCKYCY1HB221K J AA 220 pF,50V

RC-GZV477AF1E J AC 470

µ

F,25V,Electrolytic

RC-GZA107AF1E J AB 100

µ

F,25V,Electrolytic

VCKYPA1HF223Z J AB 0.022

µ

F,50V

RC-GZA106AF1C J AB 10

µ

F,16V,Electrolytic

RC-GZW478AF1E J AG 4700

µ

F,25V,Electrolytic

RC-GZV477AF1E J AC 470

µ

F,25V,Electrolytic

RC-GZA107AF1E J AB 100

µ

F,25V,Electrolytic

VCKYPA1HF223Z J AB 0.022

µ

F,50V

RC-GZA106AF1C J AB 10

µ

F,16V,Electrolytic

VCFYFA1HA104J J AC 0.1

µ

F,50V,Thin Film

VCFYFA1HA104J J AC 0.1

µ

F,50V,Thin Film

VCFYFA1HA104J J AC 0.1

µ

F,50V,Thin Film

VCKYPA1HB102K J AA 0.001

µ

F,50V

VCFYFA1HA473J J AB 0.047

µ

F,50V,Thin Film

VCFYFA1HA473J J AB 0.047

µ

F,50V,Thin Film

RC-GZW228AF1V J AF 2200

µ

F,35V,Electrolytic

VCFYFA1HA473J J AB 0.047

µ

F,50V,Thin Film

VCFYFA1HA473J J AB 0.047

µ

F,50V,Thin Film

RC-GZA474AF1H J AA 0.47

µ

F,50V,Electrolytic

VCKYPA1HF103Z J AB 0.01

µ

F,50V

VCCCCY1HH220J J AA 22 pF (CH),50V

VCKYCY1EF104Z J AA 0.1

µ

F,25V

VCKYCY1EF223Z J AB 0.022

µ

F,25V

VCKYPA1HF103Z J AB 0.01

µ

F,50V

VCKYCY1EB103K J AA 0.01

µ

F,25V

RC-GZA335AF1H J AB 3.3

µ

F,50V,Electrolytic

VCKYCY1EB103K J AA 0.01

µ

F,25V

RC-EZD106AF1C J AB 10

µ

F,16V,Electrolytic

VCKYCY1HB561K J AA 560 pF,50V

RC-GZA107AF1A J AB 100

µ

F,10V,Electrolytic

VCKYCY1EF223Z J AB 0.022

µ

F,25V

RC-GZA476AF1C J AB 47

µ

F,16V,Electrolytic

RC-GZA337AF1A J AB 330

µ

F,10V,Electrolytic

VCKYCY1EF223Z J AB 0.022

µ

F,25V

RC-GZA107AF1A J AB 100

µ

F,10V,Electrolytic

– 2 –

XL-1500W

C831

C832

C833

C834

C835

C836

C837,838

C839

C840

C841

C843

C844

C845

C846

C847

C848,849

C850,851

C852

C853,854

C855

C806

C807,808

C809

C810,811

C812

C813

C814

C815,816

C817

C818

C819,820

C821

C822

C823,824

C825

C826

C827

C828

C829

C830

C856

C857

C858,859

C860

C861,862

C864

C865

C866

C867

C868,869

C870,871

C872

C899

NO.

PARTS CODE

PRICE

RANK

DESCRIPTION

VCKYCY1EF223Z J AB 0.022

µ

F,25V

RC-GZA107AF1A J AB 100

µ

F,10V,Electrolytic

VCKYCY1EF223Z J AB 0.022

µ

F,25V

VCKYCY1CB104K J AB 0.1

µ

F,16V

RC-GZA107AF1A J AB 100

µ

F,10V,Electrolytic

VCCCCY1HH1R5C J AA 1.5 pF (CH),50V

VCKYCY1HB682K J AA 0.0068

µ

F,50V

VCKYCY1EF223Z J AB 0.022

µ

F,25V

VCCCCY1HH220J J AA 22 pF (CH),50V

VCKYCY1HF104Z J AB 0.1

µ

F,50V

RC-GZA107AF1A J AB 100

µ

F,10V,Electrolytic

VCKYCY1EF223Z J AB 0.022

µ

F,25V

RC-GZA107AF1A J AB 100

µ

F,10V,Electrolytic

VCKYCY1HF104Z J AB 0.1

µ

F,50V

RC-GZA476AF1A J AB 47

µ

F,10V,Electrolytic

VCKYCY1CB473K J AA 0.047

µ

F,16V

VCCCCY1HH471J J AA 470 pF (CH),50V

VCKYCY1HB103K J AA 0.01

µ

F,50V

VCKYCY1EB333K J AC 0.033

µ

F,25V

VCCCCY1HH471J J AA 470 pF (CH),50V

VCKYCY1HB153K J AA 0.015

µ

F,50V

VCKYCY1HB103K J AA 0.01

µ

F,50V

VCKYCY1HB272K J AA 0.0027

µ

F,50V

VCKYCY1CB473K J AA 0.047

µ

F,16V

VCCCCY1HH470J J AA 47 pF (CH),50V

VCKYCY1EB333K J AC 0.033

µ

F,25V

VCKYCY1CB473K J AA 0.047

µ

F,16V

RC-GZA476AF1A J AB 47

µ

F,10V,Electrolytic

VCKYCY1EB104K J AD 0.1

µ

F,25V

VCKYCY1HF104Z J AB 0.1

µ

F,50V

VCKYCY1CB473K J AA 0.047

µ

F,16V

VCKYPA1HB101K J AA 100 pF,50V

RC-GZA476AF1C J AB 47

µ

F,16V,Electrolytic

RC-GZA107AF1A J AB 100

µ

F,10V,Electrolytic

VCCCCY1HH100J J AA 10 pF (CH),50V

VCKYCY1EF223Z J AB 0.022

µ

F,25V

RC-GZA476AF1A J AB 47

µ

F,10V,Electrolytic

VCCCCY1HH150J J AA 15 pF (CH),50V

RC-GZA106AF1C J AB 10

µ

F,16V,Electrolytic

VCCCCY1HH120J J AA 12 pF (CH),50V

RC-GZA107AF1C J AB 100

µ

F,16V,Electrolytic

RC-GZA107AF1A J AB 100

µ

F,10V,Electrolytic

VCKYCY1EF223Z J AB 0.022

µ

F,25V

VCKYCY1HF104Z J AB 0.1

µ

F,50V

VCKYCY1HB471K J AA 470 pF,50V

RC-GZA107AF1A J AB 100

µ

F,10V,Electrolytic

VCQYKA1HM222J J AB 0.0022

µ

F,50V,Mylar

VCKYPA1HB472K J AB 0.0047

µ

F,50V

VCKYCY1CB104K J AB 0.1

µ

F,16V

RC-GZA107AF1A J AB 100

µ

F,10V,Electrolytic

VCKYCY1EF223Z J AB 0.022

µ

F,25V

VCKYPA1HF223Z J AB 0.022

µ

F,50V

VCKYCY1HF223Z J 0.022

µ

F,50V

R7A0,A1

R7A2

R7A3

R7A4

R7A5

R7A6

R7A7

R7A8

R7A9

R7B0

R101,102

R103

R104

R105

R106

R107

R108

R109,110

R111

R113,114

R115,116

R119,120

R121,122

R123,124

RESISTORS

VRS-CY1JB000J

VRS-CY1JB102J

VRS-CY1JB104J

VRD-ST2EE101J

VRS-CY1JB121J

J

J

J

AA

AA

AA

0 ohm,Jumper,0.8

1 kohm,1/16W

J AA 100 kohm,1/16W

J AA 100 ohm,1/4W

120 ohms,1/16W

VRS-CY1JB103J

VRS-CY1JB102J

VRD-ST2EE102J

VRS-CY1JB820J

J

J

J

J

AA

AA

AA

AA

10 kohm,1/16W

1 kohm,1/16W

1 kohm,1/4W

82 ohms,1/16W

VRD-ST2CD332J J AA 3.3 kohms,1/6W

×

1.55mm,Green

VRS-CY1JB103J

VRD-ST2EE102J

J AA 10 kohm,1/16W

J AA 1 kohm,1/4W

VRD-ST2EE103J J AA 10 kohm,1/4W

VRS-CY1JB103J J AA 10 kohm,1/16W

VRD-ST2EE103J J AA 10 kohm,1/4W

VRD-ST2EE682J J AA 6.8 kohms,1/4W

VRD-ST2CD223J J AA 22 kohms,1/6W

VRD-ST2CD821J J AA 820 ohms,1/6W

VRD-ST2EE102J J AA 1 kohm,1/4W

VRD-ST2CD563J J AA 56 kohms,1/6W

VRD-RT2HD271J J AA 270 ohms,1/2W

VRD-ST2EE4R7J J AA 4.7 ohms,1/4W

VRS-VV3AAR20J J AB 0.2 ohms,1W

VRD-ST2EE102J J AA 1 kohm,1/4W

VRD-ST2EE103J J AA 10 kohm,1/4W

NO.

R603

R604

R605

R606

R607

R608

R609

R610

R611

R612

R685

R686

R421

R422

R423~425

R437,438

R439

R440

R441

R442

R601

R602

R371~374

R376

R377

R379

R380

R381

R382

R383

R384

R385

R386

R387

R391,392

R393

R395

R401,402

R405,406

R407,408

R415

R416~418

R347

R348

R349

R350

R351

R352

R353

R355

R356

R357

R358

R359

R360

R361,362

R363

R364

R365

R366

R369A

R369B

R127,128

R129,130

R201

R202

R203,204

R205,206

R207

R208

R209,210

R211

R212

R213~216

R217

R218

R323

R336

R343

R344

R345

R346

XL-1500W

PART CODE

PRICE

RANK

DESCRIPTION

VRD-ST2EE331J J AA 330 ohms,1/4W

VRD-ST2EE6R8J J AA 6.8 ohms,1/4W

VRS-CY1JB822J J AA 8.2 kohms,1/16W

VRD-ST2EE822J J AA 8.2 kohms,1/4W

VRS-CY1JB104J J AA 100 kohm,1/16W

VRS-CY1JB103J J AA 10 kohm,1/16W

VRD-ST2CD473J J AA 47 kohms,1/6W

VRD-ST2EE331J J AA 330 ohms,1/4W

VRS-CY1JB103J J AA 10 kohm,1/16W

VRS-CY1JB272J J AA 2.7 kohms,1/16W

VRD-ST2CD272J J AA 2.7 kohms,1/6W

VRS-CY1JB123J J AA 12 kohms,1/16W

VRD-ST2CD123J J AA 12 kohms,1/6W

VRD-ST2EE123J J AA 12 kohms,1/4W

VRS-CY1JB683J J AA 68 kohms,1/16W

VRD-ST2CD562J J AA 5.6 kohms,1/6W

VRD-ST2CD181J J AA 180 ohms,1/6W

VRS-CY1JB681J

VRS-CY1JB472J

J

J

AA

AA

680 ohms,1/16W

4.7 kohms,1/16W

VRD-ST2CD331J J AA 330 ohms,1/6W

VRS-CY1JB682J

VRS-CY1JB681J

VRS-CY1JB330J

VRS-CY1JB272J

VRS-CY1JB562J

VRS-CY1JB102J

VRS-CY1JB271J

VRS-CY1JB332J

VRS-CY1JB102J

VRS-CY1JB474J

J AA 6.8 kohms,1/16W

J AA 680 ohms,1/16W

J AA 33 ohms,1/16W

J AA 2.7 kohms,1/16W

J AA 5.6 kohms,1/16W

J AA 1 kohm,1/16W

J AA 270 ohms,1/16W

J AA 3.3 kohms,1/16W

J AA 1 kohm,1/16W

J AA 470 kohms,1/16W

VRS-CY1JB822J

VRS-CY1JB182J

VRS-CY1JB472J

VRS-CY1JB562J

J

J

J

J

AA

AA

AA

AA

8.2 kohms,1/16W

1.8 kohms,1/16W

4.7 kohms,1/16W

5.6 kohms,1/16W

VRD-ST2CD332J J AA 3.3 kohms,1/6W

VRS-CY1JB332J

VRS-CY1JB103J

VRS-CY1JB222J

VRS-CY1JB680J

VRS-CY1JB820J

J

J

J

J

J

AA

AA

AA

AA

AA

3.3 kohms,1/16W

10 kohm,1/16W

2.2 kohms,1/16W

68 ohms,1/16W

82 ohms,1/16W

VRS-CY1JB102J

VRS-CY1JB103J

J AA 1 kohm,1/16W

J AA 10 kohm,1/16W

VRD-ST2CD562J J AA 5.6 kohms,1/6W

VRS-CY1JB222J J AA 2.2 kohms,1/16W

VRD-ST2CD152J J AA 1.5 kohms,1/6W

VRS-CY1JB103J J AA 10 kohm,1/16W

VRD-ST2EE331J J AA 330 ohms,1/4W

VRS-CY1JB562J J AA 5.6 kohms,1/16W

VRD-ST2CD682J J AA 6.8 kohms,1/6W

VRD-ST2CD562J J AA 5.6 kohms,1/6W

VRD-ST2EE331J J AA 330 ohms,1/4W

VRD-ST2CD562J J AA 5.6 kohms,1/6W

VRD-ST2EE391J J AA 390 ohms,1/4W

VRS-CY1JB102J J AA 1 kohm,1/16W

VRD-ST2CD473J J AA 47 kohms,1/6W

VRS-CY1JB102J

VRS-CY1JB273J

VRS-CY1JB272J

VRS-CY1JB102J

J

J

J

J

AA

AA

AA

AA

1 kohm,1/16W

27 kohms,1/16W

2.7 kohms,1/16W

1 kohm,1/16W

VRD-ST2EE102J J AA 1 kohm,1/4W

VRS-CY1JB102J J AA 1 kohm,1/16W

VRD-ST2EE102J J AA 1 kohm,1/4W

VRD-ST2CD102J J AA 1 kohm,1/6W

VRS-CY1JB682J J AA 6.8 kohms,1/16W

VRS-CY1JB392J J AA 3.9 kohms,1/16W

VRD-ST2EE392J J AA 3.9 kohms,1/4W

VRS-CY1JB103J J AA 10 kohm,1/16W

VRD-ST2EE103J J AA 10 kohm,1/4W

VRD-ST2EE821J J AA 820 ohms,1/4W

VRD-ST2EE101J J AA 100 ohm,1/4W

VRD-ST2EE333J J AA 33 kohms,1/4W

VRD-ST2EE470J J AA 47 ohms,1/4W

VRD-ST2CD223J J AA 22 kohms,1/6W

VRD-ST2EE470J J AA 47 ohms,1/4W

VRD-ST2CD223J J AA 22 kohms,1/6W

VRD-ST2EE821J J AA 820 ohms,1/4W

VRD-ST2EE101J J AA 100 ohm,1/4W

VRD-ST2EE333J J AA 33 kohms,1/4W

VRD-ST2EE470J J AA 47 ohms,1/4W

VRD-ST2CD223J J AA 22 kohms,1/6W

VRD-ST2CD103J J AA 10 kohm,1/6W

VRD-ST2CD473J J AA 47 kohms,1/6W

NO.

R818

R819

R820

R821

R824

R825

R826

R827

R828

R829

R831

R832

R833

R834

R835

R836

R837

R838

R839

R840

R841~844

R845

R791

R792

R793

R796

R797

R798,799

R801

R802

R803

R804

R805,806

R807,808

R809

R810

R811

R812

R813

R815

R816

R817

R732~736

R738,739

R740,741

R744

R748

R749,750

R751

R752

R754

R755~758

R759

R760~769

R772~777

R778~781

R783

R784

R785

R786

R787

R789

R687

R688

R689

R702

R703

R706

R707,708

R716

R717

R718

R719

R720

R721,722

R723

R724

R725

R727

R728

R729

R731

PARTS CODE

PRICE

RANK

DESCRIPTION

VRD-RT2HD272J J AA 2.7 kohms,1/2W

VRD-ST2CD102J J AA 1 kohm,1/6W

VRD-ST2EE102J J AA 1 kohm,1/4W

VRS-CY1JB103J J AA 10 kohm,1/16W

VRS-CY1JB473J J AA 47 kohms,1/16W

VRS-CY1JB152J

VRS-CY1JB122J

VRS-CY1JB103J

VRS-CY1JB562J

VRS-CY1JB392J

J

J

J

J

J

AA

AA

AA

AA

AA

1.5 kohms,1/16W

1.2 kohms,1/16W

10 kohm,1/16W

5.6 kohms,1/16W

3.9 kohms,1/16W

VRS-CY1JB472J

VRS-CY1JB392J

VRS-CY1JB103J

VRS-CY1JB473J

VRS-CY1JB822J

J AA 4.7 kohms,1/16W

J AA 3.9 kohms,1/16W

J AA 10 kohm,1/16W

J AA 47 kohms,1/16W

J AA 8.2 kohms,1/16W

VRS-CY1JB103J

VRS-CY1JB473J

VRS-CY1JB102J

VRS-CY1JB473J

J

J

J

J

AA

AA

AA

AA

10 kohm,1/16W

47 kohms,1/16W

1 kohm,1/16W

47 kohms,1/16W

VRD-ST2EE102J J AA 1 kohm,1/4W

VRS-CY1JB102J

VRS-CY1JB102J

J AA 1 kohm,1/16W

J AA 1 kohm,1/16W

VRS-CY1JB102J J AA 1 kohm,1/16W

VRD-ST2CD102J J AA 1 kohm,1/6W

VRS-CY1JB102J J AA 1 kohm,1/16W

VRD-ST2EE102J J AA 1 kohm,1/4W

VRD-ST2CD102J J AA 1 kohm,1/6W

VRS-CY1JB102J J AA 1 kohm,1/16W

VRD-ST2EE102J J AA 1 kohm,1/4W

VRS-CY1JB102J J AA 1 kohm,1/16W

VRD-ST2CD102J J AA 1 kohm,1/6W

VRS-CY1JB102J J AA 1 kohm,1/16W

VRS-CY1JB102J

VRS-CY1JB473J

J

J

AA

AA

1 kohm,1/16W

47 kohms,1/16W

VRD-ST2CD333J J AA 33 kohms,1/6W

VRS-CY1JB473J J AA 47 kohms,1/16W

VRD-ST2EE102J J AA 1 kohm,1/4W

VRD-ST2CD473J J AA 47 kohms,1/6W

VRS-CY1JB473J J AA 47 kohms,1/16W

VRD-ST2CD473J J AA 47 kohms,1/6W

VRS-CY1JB472J

VRS-CY1JB473J

J AA 4.7 kohms,1/16W

J AA 47 kohms,1/16W

VRS-CY1JB103J J AA 10 kohm,1/16W

VRD-ST2EE102J J AA 1 kohm,1/4W

VRS-CY1JB222J J AA 2.2 kohms,1/16W

VRD-ST2EE391J J AA 390 ohms,1/4W

VRD-ST2CD473J J AA 47 kohms,1/6W

VRS-CY1JB823J J AA 82 kohms,1/16W

VRD-ST2CD823J J AA 82 kohms,1/6W

VRD-ST2CD473J J AA 47 kohms,1/6W

VRS-CY1JB823J

VRS-CY1JB222J

J AA 82 kohms,1/16W

J AA 2.2 kohms,1/16W

VRD-ST2EE100J J AA 10 ohm,1/4W

VRS-CY1JB222J J AA 2.2 kohms,1/16W

VRD-ST2EE4R7J J AA 4.7 ohms,1/4W

VRS-CY1JB473J J AA 47 kohms,1/16W

VRD-ST2CD471J J AA 470 ohms,1/6W

VRD-ST2CD821J J AA 820 ohms,1/6W

VRS-CY1JB101J J AA 100 ohm,1/16W

VRS-CY1JB473J J AA 47 kohms,1/16W

VRS-CY1JB103J J AA 10 kohm,1/16W

VRD-ST2CD333J J AA 33 kohms,1/6W

VRS-CY1JB103J J AA 10 kohm,1/16W

VRD-ST2CD822J J AA 8.2 kohms,1/6W

VRS-CY1JB473J J AA 47 kohms,1/16W

VRS-CY1JB222J J AA 2.2 kohms,1/16W

VRD-ST2EE101J J AA 100 ohm,1/4W

VRS-CY1JB103J

VRS-CY1JB153J

VRS-CY1JB473J

J

J

J

AA

AA

AA

10 kohm,1/16W

15 kohms,1/16W

47 kohms,1/16W

VRS-CY1JB472J

VRS-CY1JB154J

VRS-CY1JB562J

VRS-CY1JB332J

VRS-CY1JB394J

J AA 4.7 kohms,1/16W

J AA 150 kohms,1/16W

J AA 5.6 kohms,1/16W

J AA 3.3 kohms,1/16W

J AA 390 kohms,1/16W

VRS-CY1JB152J J AA 1.5 kohms,1/16W

VRD-ST2CD103J J AA 10 kohm,1/6W

VRS-CY1JB332J

VRS-CY1JB101J

VRS-CY1JB105J

J

J

J

AA

AA

AA

3.3 kohms,1/16W

100 ohm,1/16W

1 Mohm,1/16W

VRS-CY1JB103J J AA 10 kohm,1/16W

VRD-ST2EE820J J AA 82 ohms,1/4W

– 3 –

XL-1500W

NO.

PART CODE

PRICE

RANK

DESCRIPTION

R846

R848~854

R855,856

R857,858

R861,862

1

R863

R864

R865

R866

R867

R870

VRS-CY1JB104J

VRS-CY1JB102J

J AA 100 kohm,1/16W

J AA 1 kohm,1/16W

VRD-ST2CD102J J AA 1 kohm,1/6W

VRS-CY1JB182J J AA 1.8 kohms,1/16W

VRS-CY1JB103J J AA 10 kohm,1/16W

VRG-ST2EM100J J AC 10 ohm,1/4W,Fusible

VRD-ST2EE101J J AA 100 ohm,1/4W

VRD-ST2CD821J J AA 820 ohms,1/6W

VRS-CY1JB683J J AA 68 kohms,1/16W

VRS-CY1JB154J

VRS-CY1JB103J

J AA 150 kohms,1/16W

J AA 10 kohm,1/16W

OTHER CIRCUITRY PARTS

CNP801

CNP803

CNP804

CNP805

CNP808

CNP909

CNS301

CNW102

CNW401

CNW701

CNW702

CNW703

CNW704

CNW705

CNW706

CNW707

CNW801

CNW802

CNW803

CNW804

CFW301

CFW682/A

CFW701/A

CFW702/A

CFW703/A

CNP301

CNP401

CNP651

1

CNP681

CNP701

CNP702

CNP703

CNP703A

CNP704

CNP705

CNP706

CNP707

QCNWN0450SJZZ

QCNWN0394SJZZ

QCNWN0381SJZZ

QCNWN0385SJZZ

J

J

QCNWN0378SJZZ J

QCNWN0378SJZZ J

QCNWN0388SJZZ J

QCNCM010LAWZZ J AC Plug,11Pin

QCNCM999CAFZZ J

QCNCM039DSJZZ J AD Plug,4Pin

QCNCM041ESJZZ J AE Plug,9Pin

QCNCM999GAFZZ J

QCNCM999NAFZZ J AC Plug,13Pin

QCNCM999BAFZZ J

QCNCM035FSJZZ J AD Plug,6Pin

QCNCM999KAFZZ J

QCNCM998BAFZZ J AC Plug,2Pin

QCNCM999BAFZZ J AD Plug,2Pin

QCNCM998BAFZZ J

QCNCW011RSJZZ J

QCNCM998CAFZZ J AE Plug,3Pin

QCNCM999DAFZZ J AG Plug,4Pin

QCNCM999EAFZZ J AG Plug,5Pin

QCNCM998BAFZZ J

QCNCM998BAFZZ J AC Plug,2Pin

QCNCW010LAWZZ J AD Socket,11Pin

QCNWN0451SJZZ J

QCNWN0465SJZZ J AD Connector Ass’y,3/3Pin

J

QCNWN0448SJZZ J AF Connector Ass’y,13/13Pin

QCNWN0383SJZZ J

QCNWN0384SJZZ J

QCNWN0387SJZZ J

J

QCNWN0449SJZZ J

QCNWN0390SJZZ J

AD

AC

AC

Lead Wire

Flat Wire,5Pin

Flat Wire,2Pin

Flat Wire,2Pin

Flat Wire,2Pin

AG Plug,3Pin

Plug,7Pin

Plug,2Pin

Plug,10Pin

Plug,2Pin

Plug,16Pin

Plug,2Pin

Connector Ass’y,2/1Pin

Connector Ass’y,7/7Pin

Connector Ass’y,2/2Pin

Connector Ass’y,10/10Pin

Connector Ass’y,2Pin

Connector Ass’y,2/2Pin

Connector Ass’y,2/2Pin

Flat Cable,16Pin

QCNWN0391SJZZ J Connector Ass’y,6/6Pin

QCNWN0463SJZZ J AD Connector Ass’y,3/3Pin

QCNWN0396SJZZ J Connector Ass’y,3/4Pin

CNW805

CNW808

CNW909

1

F652

1

F653

FE301

J801

JK101

L808

LCD701

QCNWN0393SJZZ J

QCNWN0445SJZZ J

Connector Ass’y,5/5Pin

Connector Ass’y,2/2Pin

QCNWN0458SJZZ J Connector Ass’y,2Pin

QFS-D252CAWNI J AC Fuse,T2.5A L 250V

QFS-D132CAWNI J Fuse,T1.25A L 250V

RTUNS0016AWZZ J AX FM Front End

VHPIF11381+-1 J AM Jack,CD Digital Output

QJAKM0001SJZZ

RCORF0026FCZZ

RV-LX0015SJZZ

J

J

J

AG Jack,Headphone

AF

AS

Core

FL Display

M701

M702

RMOTV0408SJM4

RMOTV0409AFM1

J

J

AQ Motor with Chassis [Spindle]

AN Motor with Gear [Sled]

M801(246-6) RMOTV0010SJZZ J

1

RLY601 RRLYD0004SJZZ J

Motor [CD Lid]

AG Relay

RX701 VHLN61V380A-1 J AN Remote Sensor

SO301

SO401

SO601

1

SO651

SP601,602

SP603,604

1

SW651

SW702

SW709

SW710

SW711

SW712

QTANC9003SJZZ J AF Terminal,Antenna

QSOCJ0003SJZZ J AG Socket,Video/AUX Input

QTANA0007SJZZ J AF Terminal,Speaker

QSOCA0212AWZZ J AD Socket AC Input

RSPA00020SJ8W J AQ Woofer

RALMB0001SJZZ J AH Tweeter

QSOCE0008AWZZ J AH Switch,Slide Type

QSW-F9001AWZZ J AE Switch,Push Type [Pickup In]

QSW-K0004SJZZ J AD Switch,Key Type [On/Stand-By]

QSW-K0004SJZZ J AD Switch,Key Type

[CD Lid Open/Close]

QSW-K0004SJZZ J AD Switch,Key Type

[REW/Preset Down]

QSW-K0004SJZZ J AD Switch,Key Type [FF/Preset Up]

NO.

PARTS CODE

PRICE

RANK

DESCRIPTION

SW713

SW718

SW719

SW720

SW725

SW726

SW727

SW728

SW802

QSW-K0004SJZZ J AD Switch,Key Type

[CD Stop/Tuning Down]

QSW-K0004SJZZ J AD Switch,Key Type

[CD Play/Pause/Tuning Up]

QSW-K0004SJZZ J AD Switch,Key Type [Volume Down]

QSW-K0004SJZZ J AD Switch,Key Type [Volume Up]

QSW-K0004SJZZ J AD Switch,Key Type [Bass/Treble]

QSW-K0004SJZZ J AD Switch,Key Type [Memory/Set]

QSW-K0004SJZZ J AD Switch,Key Type [Clear]

QSW-K0004SJZZ J AD Switch,Key Type [Function]

QSW-B0001SJZZ J AG Switch,Lever Type [CD Lid]

CD MECHANISM PARTS

240

241

242

1

243

244

245

234

235

236

237

239

229

230

231

232

233

223

224

225

227

228

218

219

220

221

222

213

214

215

216

217

208

209

210

211

212

201

202

203

204

205

206

245

301

302

303

304

305

306

307

1

308

308- 1

308- 2

308- 3

701

702

703

704

M701

M702

SW702

MLEVP1054AFZZ J AC Rail Guide

NGERH0586AFZZ J AC Gear,Middle

NGERH0587AFZZ J AC Gear,Drive

NSFTM0291AFFW J AD Shaft,Guide

PCOVP1333AFSA J AF Cover,Mechanism

PCUSG0001AWSA J AD Cushion (Green)

PCUSG0004AWSA J AD Cushion (Red-Brown]

DCTRH8005SJ01 J BA Pickup Unit Ass’y

———— — Pickup Unit

(Not Replacement Item)

MSPRC0961AFZZ J AA Spring,Rack

NGERR0043AFZZ J AC Gear,Rack

LX-WZ1070AFZZ J AA Washer,ø1.5

×

ø3.8

×

0.25mm

XBBSD20P03000 J AA Screw,ø2

×

3mm

XBSSD26P06000 J AA Screw,ø2.6

×

6mm

XHBSD20P05000 J AA Screw,ø2

×

5mm

RMOTV0408SJM4 J AQ Moter with Chassis [Spindle]

RMOTV0409AFM1 J AN Motor with Gear [Sled]

QSW-F9001AWZZ J AE Switch,Push Type [Pickup In]

CABINET PARTS

GCABA1077SJSA J AQ Top Cabinet

GCABB1094SJSA J Bottom Cabinet

GCOVA1016SJSA J AG Cover,Rear Panel

GCOVA1017SJSA J AD Cover,Remote Sensor

GFTAT1012SJSA J AG CD Lid

GFTAT1013SJSA J AG Slide Door

HBDGA1002SJSB J AD Badge,SHARP

HDECA0001SJSA J AT Cover Plate,CD Lid

HDECA0002SJSA J AN Plate,Slide Door

HDECB0003SJSA J AK Plate,CD Lid

HDECP0006SJSA J AH Sheet,Operation

HDECQ0067SJSA J AF CD Ring Panel

HDECQ0068SJSA J AK Clear Panel,CD Lid

HDECQ0069SJSA J AH LCD Window

HDECQ0070SJSA J AE Indicator Panel,CD

HDECQ0071SJSA J AG Indicator Panel,LCD

JKNBZ0059SJSA J AE Knob,CD Open/Volume

JKNBZ0060SJSA J AE Knob,Power/Volume

JKNBZ0061SJSA J AF Knob,Operation

LANGF0054SJFW J Bracket,Display PWB

LANGK0032SJFW J Bracket

LANGQ0003SJFW J

LCHSM0015SJZZ J

Rear Panel

Chassis

LHLDM1005SJSB J AE Stabilizer

LHLDW1001SJZZ J AD Nylon Band

LHLDZ1043SJSA J AE Holder,Indicator Panel,CD

LHLDZ1044SJSA J AE LCD Holder

LHLDZ1045SJSA J AD LED Holder

LHLDZ1050SJSA J Holder,Remote Sensor

MSPRD0018SJZZ J AD Spring,Slide Door

MSPRD0022SJFD J Spring

NSFTG0001SJZZ J

PCUSG0010SJZZ J

Gear Shaft,Door

Cushion,Leg

PGUMS0002SJZZ J AA Cushion,CD Lid

PMAGF0002AWZZ J AE Magnet

PRDAR0061SJFW J Radiator,Main

PRDAR0054SJFW J

PSHEP0006SJSA J

PSHEP0009SJZZ J Sheet,Shield

QFSHD0001AWZZ J AB Holder,Fuse

TLABS0042SJZZ

TSPC-0324SJZZ

J

J

Radiator,Transistor

LCD Diffusion Sheet

Label,Laser

Label,Specification [Except for

Thailand/Taiwan/Hong Kong]

TSPC-0336SJZZ J Label,Specification

[For Taiwan/Hong Kong]

– 4 –

XL-1500W

1

1

1

1

901

902

903

903- 1

903- 2

903- 3

904

904- 1

904- 2

904- 3

904- 4

905

906

907

908

SP601,602

SP603,604

NO.

245

246

608

610

611

612

613

601

603

604

606

607

614

615

616

617

618

246- 1

246- 2

246- 3

246- 4

246- 5

246- 6

248

249

SPEAKER BOX PARTS

PART CODE

PRICE

RANK

DESCRIPTION

TSPC-0341SJZZ J Label,Specification [For Thailand]

CGERW0008SJ01 J AP Gear Box Ass’y

LHLDZ1041SJSA J

LHLDZ1042SJSA J

NGERW0008SJSA J

NGERW0009SJSA J

NGERW0010SJSA J

RMOTV0010SJZZ J

LANGK0048SJFW J

Lid,Gear Box

Gear Box

Gear Drive

Worm Wheel

Worm Gear

Motor [CD Lid],M801

Bracket,AC

PSHEP0010SJZZ J

LX-HZ0087AFFD

Sheet,Shield Front End

J AA Screw,ø3

×

8mm

LX-JZ0001SJFD

LX-JZ0010AFFD

J AA Screw,ø3

×

10mm

J AA Screw,ø3

×

10mm

XEBSD25P10000 J AA Screw,ø2.5

×

10mm

XEBSD25P12000 J AA Screw,ø2.5

×

12mm

XEBSF25P08000 J AA Screw,ø2.5

×

8mm

XHBSD30P06000 J AA Screw,ø3

×

6mm

XHBSF30P06000 J AA Screw,ø3

×

6mm

XJBSD30P06000 J AA Screw,ø3

×

6mm

XJBSD30P08000 J AA Screw,ø3

×

8mm

XJBSD30P10000 J AA Screw,ø3

×

10mm

XJBSF30P10000

XHBSD20P03000 J AA Screw,ø2

×

3mm

LX-WZ9004SJSA

J

J

AA Screw,ø3

×

10mm

Washer,5

×

5mm

LX-HZ0240AFFD J AB Screw,Special

GBOXS6003SJSA J AS Box Ass’y

GLEGP0003SJSB J AD Leg

GWAKP1020SJ01 J AL Net Flame Ass’y

———— — Net Flame

(Not Replacement Item)

PGUMM0003SJSA J AD Net Catcher

HBDGA1002SJSA J AF Badge,SHARP

HPNLS1011SJ01 J AQ Front Panel Ass’y

———— — Front Panel

(Not Replacement Item)

HDECQ0073SJSA J AG Panel,Tweeter

PCOVZ1003SJSA J AG Duct Cap

PDUC-0005SJZZ J AE Duct Pipe

PSPAG0005SJZZ J AE Gsket

QTANA9011SJZZ J AE Terminal

TSPC-0221SJZZ J AD Specification Label

XTBSF40P12000 J AA Screw,ø4

×

12mm

RSPA00020SJ8W J AQ Woofer

RALMB0001SJZZ J AH Tweeter

ACCESSORIES/PACKING PARTS

NO.

PARTS CODE

PRICE

RANK

DESCRIPTION

TINSZ0141SJZZ

TINSZ0142SJZZ

TLABZ0089SJZZ

TLABZ0090SJZZ

TLABN0190SJZZ

TLABN0192SJZZ

TLABN0193SJZZ

J

J

TLABE0107SJZZ J

TLABG0049SJZZ J

TLABG0054SJZZ J

TLABG0061SJZZ J

TLABZ0088SJZZ J

J

J

J

J

J

[For Australia/New Zealand]

Operation Manual

[Except for Australia/New

Zealand/Thailand]

Operation Manual [For Thailand]

Label,Bar Code

Label,Rated Input [For Hong Kong]

Label,Packing Case [For Taiwan]

Label,Safety [For Hong Kong]

Sheet,English/Chinese

Comparison [For Taiwan]

Sheet,English/Chinese

Comparison [For Taiwan]

Sheet,English/Chinese

Comparison [For Taiwan]

Label,SER.No.

[For Australia/New Zealand]

Label,SER.No. [For Hong Kong]

Label,SER.No.

[Except for Australia/New

TLABN0194SJZZ J

TLABN0210SJZZ J

TLABZ0069SJZZ J

TLABZ0070SJZZ

TLSTS0005SJZZ

Z-SER-NO-LIST

Zealand/Thailand/Taiw

Label,SER.No. [For Thailand]

Label,SER.No. [For Taiwan]

Label,Made In China,Set

[For Australia/New Zealand]

J Label,Made In China,Packing Case

[For Australia/New Zealand]

J Service Station List [For Taiwan]

J AC List,SER.No. [For Thailand]

P.W.B. ASSEMBLY (Not Replacement Item)

1

PWB-A1~8

PWB-B1,2

PWB-C

DCEKLV199SJ03 J Main/Display/CD/Terminal/

DCEKJV199SJ03 J

Switch/Led/Led/Led

Tuner/Washer

QPWBF3895AFZZ J AC CD Motor (PWB Only)

OTHER SERVICE PART

UDSKA0004AFZZ J AZ CD Pickup Lens Cleaner Disc

————

GCABB1064SJSB

QACCA0002SJ00

QACCB0003SJ00

QACCE0002SJZZ

J

J

J

J

— Battery (UM-4)

(Not Replacement Item)

Battery Lid,Remote Control

AC Power Supply Cord

[For Thailand/Taiwan]

AC Power Supply Cord

[For Hong Kong]

AC Power Supply Cord

[Except for Australia/New

Zealand/Thaila

QACCL0002SJ00 J AC Power Supply Cord

[For Australia/New Zealand]

QANTL0001SJZZ J AK AM Loop Antenna

QANTW0002SJZZ J AH FM Antenna

QCNWH0005SJ01 J AF Speaker Cord

RRMCG0038SJSA J

SPAKA0112SJZZ J

SPAKA0116SJZZ

SPAKA0117SJZZ

J

J

Remote Control

Packing Add.,Speaker

[Top/Bottom]

Packing Add.,Left

Packing Add.,Right

SPAKC0225SJZZ J

SPAKS0007SJZZ J

Packing Case

Sleeve Carton,Speaker

SPAKZ0039SJZZ J AH Polyethylene Bag,Speaker

SPAKZ0063SJZZ J Pad,Accessories

SPAKZ0064SJZZ J AC Polyethylene Bag,Unit

SSAKA0009SJZZ J

TGANE0005SJ01 J

TGANZ0007SJ10

TINSE0092SJZZ

J

J

Polyethylene Bag,Accessories

Warranty Card

[For Australia/New Zealand]

Warranty Card [For Taiwan]

Operation Manual

– 5 –

XL-1500W

A

B

C

D

E

308-1

704

308-3

308

308-2

703

304

701

303

302

703

301

702x2

M701

F

307x2

M702

G

306x2

SW702

305

H

1

2

PWB-C

3 4

Figure 6 CD MECHANISM EXPLODED VIEW

– 6 –

5 6

XL-1500W

A

B

C

D

E

F

G

208

210

213

209

211

214

237

T651

205

618x4

601x6

617

206

PWB-A8

230

216

228

236

232

606x2

218

219

204

236

212

234

242

LCD701

PWB-A6

201

236

221

606

220

241

231

230x2

217

230x2

229

218

PWB-A7

608

215

244

233

225

246

246-1

246-3

246-4

616

236

CD MECHANISM

PWB-B2

219

607x4

220

PWB-A2

CNW909

606

606x6

246-5

246-6

(M801)

PWB-A5

615x2

PWB-A3

246-2

202

611

203

615x4

614x3

Silicon

Grease

IC101

614x2

243x4

240

604

, y z

,, yy z{ z |

239

612

601

Q605

601x2

248

222

223

612

611

, y { |

Q603

Q602

613x3

PWB-A4

PWB-A1

249

603

615x2

224

PWB-B1

615x5

610x5

235x2

227x4

245

606x4

H

1

2 5 6 3 4

Figure 7 CABINET EXPLODED VIEW

– 7 –

B

C

A

XL-1500W

903

903-1

904-2

904

904-1

904-3

904-4

Black

White Line

Tweeter

SP603 (L-CH)

SP604 (R-CH)

Red

Black

Woofer

SP601 (L-CH)

SP602 (R-CH)

901

907

D

E

903-3

903-2

SP603, 604

908x4

SP601,602

906

F

G

Tweeter

SP603 (L-CH)

SP604 (R-CH)

Woofer

SP601 (L-CH)

SP602 (R-CH)

H

1

905

902x2

2 3 4

Figure 8 SPEAKER EXPLODED VIEW

– 8 –

5 6

XL-1500W

–MEMO–

–MEMO–

XL-1500W

XL-1500W

ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.

No part of this publication may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system, or transmitted in any from or by any means, electronic, mechanical, photocopying, recording, or otherwise, without prior written permission of the publisher.

SHARP CORPORATION

AV Systems Group

Audio Systems Division

Higashihiroshima, Hiroshima 739-0192, Japan

Printed in Japan

A0206-363SS•HA•C

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