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(*1) GREEN PRODUCT PROCUREMENTThe EC is actively promoting the WEEE & RoHS Directives that define standards for recyclingand reuse of Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment and for the Restriction of the use ofcertain Hazardous Substances. From July 1, 2006, the RoHS Directive will prohibit anymarketing of new products containing the restricted substances.Increasing attention is given to issues related to the global environmental. Toshiba Corporationrecognizes environmental protection as a key management tasks, and is doing its utmost toenhance and improve the quality and scope of its environmental activities. In line with this,Toshiba proactively promotes Green Procurement, and seeks to purchase and use products,parts and materials that have low environmental impacts.Green procurement of parts is not only confined to manufacture. The same green parts used inmanufacture must also be used as replacement parts.(*2) LEAD-FREE SOLDERThis product is manufactured using lead-free solder as a part of a movement within the consumerproducts industry at large to be environmentally responsible. Lead-free solder must be used inthe servicing and repair of this product.WARNINGThis product is manufactured using lead free solder.DO NOT USE LEAD BASED SOLDER TO REPAIR THIS PRODUCT !The melting temperature of lead-free solder is higher than that of leaded solder by 86°F to 104°F(30°C to 40°C). Use of a soldering iron designed for lead-based solders to repair product madewith lead-free solder may result in damage to the component and or PCB being soldered. Greatcare should be made to ensure high-quality soldering when servicing this product ⎯ especiallywhen soldering large components, through-hole pins, and on PCBs ⎯ as the level of heatrequired to melt lead-free solder is high.A1-1


CAUTIONTHIS DIGITAL VIDEO PLAYER EMPLOYS A LASER SYSTEM.TO ENSURE PROPER USE OF THIS PRODUCT, PLEASE READ THIS SERVICE MANUAL CARE-FULLY AND RETAIN FOR FUTURE REFERENCE. SHOULD THE UNIT REQUIRE MAINTENANCE,CONTACT AN AUTHORIZED SERVICE LOCATION-SEE SERVICE PROCEDURE.USE OF CONTROLS, ADJUSTMENTS OR THE PERFORMANCE OF PROCEDURES OTHER THANTHOSE SPECIFIED HEREIN MAY RESULT IN HAZARDOUS LASER RADIATION EXPOSURE.TO PREVENT DIRECT EXPOSURE TO LASER BEAM, DO NOT TRY TO OPEN THE ENCLOSURE.VISIBLE LASER RADIATION MAY BE PRESENT WHEN THE ENCLOSURE IS OPENED. DO NOTSTARE INTO BEAM.PREPARATION OF SERVICINGThe laser diode used for a pickup head may be destroyed with external static electricity.Moreover, even if it is operating normally after repair, when static electricity discharge is received at thetime of repair, the life of the product may be shortened.Please perform the following measure against static electricity, be careful of destruction of a laser diodeat the time of repair.• Place the unit on a workstation equipped to protect against static electricity, such as conductive mat.• Soldering iron with ground wire or ceramic type is used.• A worker needs to use a ground conductive wrist strap for body.A1-2


SERVICING NOTICES ON CHECKING1. KEEP THE NOTICESAs for the places which need special attentions,they are indicated with the labels or seals on thecabinet, chassis and parts. Make sure to keep theindications and notices in the operation manual.2. AVOID AN ELECTRIC SHOCKThere is a high voltage part inside. Avoid anelectric shock while the electric current isflowing.3. USE THE DESIGNATED PARTSThe parts in this equipment have the specificcharacters of incombustibility and withstandvoltage for safety. Therefore, the part which isreplaced should be used the part which hasthe same character.Especially as to the important parts for safetywhich is indicated in the circuit diagram or thetable of parts as a mark, the designatedparts must be used.4. PUT PARTS AND WIRES IN THEORIGINAL POSITION AFTERASSEMBLING OR WIRINGThere are parts which use the insulationmaterial such as a tube or tape for safety, orwhich are assembled in the condition thatthese do not contact with the printed board.The inside wiring is designed not to get closerto the pyrogenic parts and high voltage parts.Therefore, put these parts in the originalpositions.5. TAKE CARE TO DEAL WITH THECATHODE-RAY TUBEIn the condition that an explosion-proof cathoderaytube is set in this equipment, safety issecured against implosion. However, whenremoving it or serving from backward, it isdangerous to give a shock. Take enough care todeal with it.6. AVOID AN X-RAYSafety is secured against an X-ray by consideringabout the cathode-ray tube and the highvoltage peripheral circuit, etc.Therefore, when repairing the high voltage peripheralcircuit, use the designated parts andmake sure not modify the circuit.Repairing except indicates causes rising of highvoltage, and it emits an X-ray from the cathoderaytube.7. PERFORM A SAFETY CHECK AFTERSERVICINGConfirm that the screws, parts and wiring whichwere removed in order to service are put in theoriginal positions, or whether there are theportions which are deteriorated around theserviced places serviced or not. Check theinsulation between the antenna terminal orexternal metal and the AC cord plug blades.And be sure the safety of that.(INSULATION CHECK PROCEDURE)1. Unplug the plug from the AC outlet.2. Remove the antenna terminal on TV and turnon the TV.3. Insulation resistance between the cord plugterminals and the eternal exposure metal[Note 2] should be more than 1M ohm byusing the 500V insulation resistance meter[Note 1].4. If the insulation resistance is less than 1Mohm, the inspection repair should berequired.[Note 1]If you have not the 500V insulationresistance meter, use a Tester.[Note 2]External exposure metal: Antenna terminalHOW TO ORDER PARTSPlease include the following informations when you order parts. (Particularly the VERSION LETTER.)1. MODEL NUMBER and VERSION LETTERThe MODEL NUMBER can be found on the back of each product and the VERSION LETTER can befound at the end of the SERIAL NUMBER.2. PART NO. and DESCRIPTIONYou can find it in your SERVICE MANUAL.A1-3


IMPORTANT SAFEGUARDS1.2.3.4.5.6.7.8.8A.9.10.11.12.13.14.15.16.READ INSTRUCTIONSAll the safety and operating instructions should be read before the unit is operated.RETAIN INSTRUCTIONSThe safety and operating instructions should be retained for future reference.HEED WARNINGSAll warnings on the unit and in the operating instructions should be adhered to.FOLLOW INSTRUCTIONSAll operating and use instructions should be followed.CLEANINGUnplug this unit from the wall outlet before cleaning. Do not use liquid cleaners or aerosol cleaners. Use a dampcloth for cleaning.ATTACHMENTSDo not use attachments not recommended by the unit’s manufacturer as they may cause hazards.WATER AND MOISTUREDo not use this unit near water. For example, near a bathtub, washbowl, kitchen sink, or laundry tub, in a wetbasement, or near a swimming pool.ACCESSORIESDo not place this unit on an unstable cart, stand, tripod, bracket, or table. Theunit may fall, causing serious injury, and serious damage to the unit. Use onlywith a cart, stand, tripod, bracket, or table recommended by the manufacturer.An appliance and cart combination should be moved with care. Quick stops,excessive force, and uneven surfaces may cause the appliance and cartcombination to overturn.VENTILATIONSlots and openings in the cabinet and in the back or bottom are provided for ventilation, to ensure reliableoperation of the unit, and to protect it from overheating. These openings must not be blocked or covered. Theopenings should never be blocked by placing the unit on a bed, sofa, rug, or other similar surface. This unitshould never be placed near or over a radiator or heat source. This unit should not be placed in a built-ininstallation such as a bookcase or rack unless proper ventilation is provided or the manufacturer’s instructionshave been adhered to.POWER SOURCESThis unit should be operated only from the type of power source indicated on the rating plate. If you are not sureof the type of power supply to your home, consult your appliance dealer or local power company. For unitsintended to operate from battery power, or other sources, refer to the operating instructions.GROUNDING OR POLARIZATIONThis unit is equipped with a polarized alternating-current line plug (a plug having one blade wider than the other).This plug will fit into the power outlet only one way. This is a safety feature. If you are unable to insert the plugfully into the outlet, try reversing the plug. If the plug should still fail to fit, contact your electrician to replace yourobsolete outlet. Do not defeat the safety purpose of the polarized plug. If your unit is equipped with a 3-wiregrounding-type plug, a plug having a third (grounding) pin, this plug will only fit into a grounding-type poweroutlet. This too, is a safety feature. If you are unable to insert the plug into the outlet, contact your electrician toreplace your obsolete outlet. Do not defeat the safety purpose of the grounding-type plug.POWER-CORD PROTECTIONPower-supply cords should be routed so that they are not likely to be walked on or pinched by items placed uponor against them, paying particular attention to cords at plugs, convenience receptacles, and the point where theyexit from the appliance.LIGHTNINGTo protect your unit from a lightning storm, or when it is left unattended and unused for long periods of time,unplug it from the wall outlet and disconnect the antenna or cable system. This will prevent damage to the unitdue to lightning and power line surges.POWER LINESAn outside antenna system should not be located in the vicinity of overhead power lines or other electric light orpower circuits, or where it can fall into such power lines or circuits. When installing an outside antenna system,extreme care should be taken to keep from touching such power lines or circuits, as contact with them might befatal.OVERLOADINGDo not overload wall outlets and extension cords, as this can result in a risk of fire or electric shock.OBJECT AND LIQUID ENTRYDo not push objects through any openings in this unit, as they may touch dangerous voltage points or short outparts that could result in fire or electric shock. Never spill or spray any type of liquid into the unit.A1-4PORTABLE CART WARNING(symbol provided by RETAC)S3126A


IMPORTANT SAFEGUARDS(CONTINUED)17.18.19.20.21.22.23.24.25.26.27.28.29.30.31.OUTDOOR ANTENNA GROUNDINGIf an outside antenna or cable system is connected to the unit, be sure the antenna or cable system is groundedso as to provide some protection against voltage surges and built-up static charges. Section 810 of the NationalElectrical Code, ANSI/NFPA 70, provides information with respect to proper grounding of the mast and supportingstructure, grounding of the lead-in wire to an antenna discharge unit, size of grounding conductors, location ofantenna discharge unit, connection to grounding electrodes, and requirements for the grounding electrode.SERVICINGDo not attempt to service this unit yourself as opening or removing covers may expose you to dangerous voltageor other hazards. Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel.DAMAGE REQUIRING SERVICEUnplug this unit from the wall outlet and refer servicing to qualified service personnel under the followingconditions:a.b.c.d.e.When the power-supply cord or plug is damaged.If liquid has been spilled, or objects have fallen into the unit.If the unit has been exposed to rain or water.If the unit does not operate normally by following the operating instructions. Adjust only those controls thatare covered by the operating instructions, as an improper adjustment of other controls may result indamage and will often require extensive work by a qualified technician to restore the unit to its normaloperation.If the unit has been dropped or the cabinet has been damaged.f. When the unit exhibits a distinct change in performance, this indicates a need for service.REPLACEMENT PARTSWhen replacement parts are required, be sure the service technician uses replacement parts specified by themanufacturer or those that have the same characteristics as the original parts.Unauthorized substitutions may result in fire, electric shock or other hazards.SAFETY CHECKUpon completion of any service or repairs to this unit, ask the service technician to perform safety checks todetermine that the unit is in proper operating condition.WALL OR CEILING MOUNTINGThe product should be mounted to a wall or ceiling only as recommended by the manufacturer.HEATThe product should be situated away from heat sources such as radiators, heat registers, stoves, or otherproducts (including amplifiers) that produce heat.DISC TRAYKeep your fingers well clear of the disc tray as it is closing. It may cause serious personal injury.CONNECTINGWhen you connect the product to other equipment, turn off the power and unplug all of the equipment from thewall outlet. Failure to do so may cause an electric shock and serious personal injury. Read the owner's manual ofthe other equipment carefully and follow the instructions when making any connections.SOUND VOLUMEReduce the volume to the minimum level before you turn on the product. Otherwise, sudden high volume soundmay cause hearing or speaker damage.SOUND DISTORTIONDo not allow the product output distorted sound for a longtime. It may cause speaker overheating and fire.HEADPHONESWhen you use the headphones, keep the volume at a moderate level. If you use the headphones continuouslywith high volume sound, it may cause hearing damage.LASER BEAMDo not look into the opening of the disc tray or ventilation opening of the product to see the source of the laserbeam. It may cause sight damage.DISCDo not use a cracked, deformed, or repaired disc. These discs are easily broken and may cause seriouspersonal injury and product malfunction.NOTE TO CATV SYSTEM INSTALLERThis reminder is provided to call the CATV system installer’s attention to Article 820-40 of the NEC that providesguidelines for proper grounding and, in particular, specifies that the cable ground shall be connected to thegrounding system of the building, as close to the point of cable entry as practical.A1-5


IMPORTANT SAFEGUARDS(CONTINUED)EXAMPLE OF ANTENNA GROUNDING AS PER THE NATIONAL ELECTRICAL CODEANTENNA LEADIN WIREGROUNDCLAMPANTENNADISCHARGE UNIT(NEC SECTION 810-20)ELECTRIC SERVICEEQUIPMENTNEC-NATIONAL ELECTRICAL CODES2898AGROUNDING CONDUCTORS(NEC SECTION 810-21)GROUND CLAMPSPOWER SERVICE GROUNDINGELECTRODE SYSTEM(NEC ART 250, PART H)A1-6


[ When removing the DVD Deck ]WHEN REPLACING DVD DECKBefore removing Pick Up PCB and DVD MT PCB connector, the short circuit the position shown in Fig.1 using a soldering iron. If you remove the DVD Deck with no soldering, the Laser may be damaged.[ When installing the DVD Deck ]Remove all the soldering on the short circuit position after the connection of Pick Up PCB and DVDMT PCB connector.NOTE• Before your operation, please read “PREPARATION OF SERVICING”.• Use the Lead Free solder.• Manual soldering conditions• Soldering temperature: 350 ± 5˚C• Soldering time: Within 2 seconds• Soldering combination: Sn-3.0Ag-0.5Cu• When Soldering/Removing of solder, use the draw in equipment over the Pick Up Unit to keep theFlux smoke away from it.Pick Up PCBFig. 1Short circuit using asoldering iron.A1-7


1.2.3.4.5.TAPE REMOVAL METHOD AT NO POWER SUPPLYRemove the TV/DVD/VCR block from the main unit as shown in Fig. 1 below can be seen.(Refer to item 1 of the DISASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS.)Remove the screw 1 of the Deck Chassis and remove the Loading Motor.Rotate the Pinch Roller Cam in the direction of the arrow by hand to slacken the Video Tape.(Refer to Fig. 2)Rotate the Clutch Ass'y either direction to wind the Video Tape in the Cassette Case.Repeat steps 3~4. Then take out the Video Cassette from the Deck Chassis. Be careful not to scratchthe tape.Loading MotorScrew 1Pinch Roller CamCapstan DD UnitMain CamClutch Ass'yFig. 1Main Chassis (Front Side)Fig. 21.2.3.DISC REMOVAL METHOD AT NO POWER SUPPLYRemove the Back Cabinet and TV/DVD/VCR Block. (Refer to item 1 of the DISASSEMBLYINSTRUCTIONS.)Rotate the Main Gear in the direction of the arrow by hand.(Refer to Fig. 1)Manually open the Tray.Main GearDeck CDFig. 1A1-8


PARENTAL CONTROL - RATING LEVEL4 DIGIT PASSWORD CANCELLATIONIf the stored 4 digit password in the Rating Level menu needs to be cancelled, please follow the steps below.1. Turn Unit ON.2. Set the DVD Mode.3. Confirm that the 'No Disc' will be appeared on the screen.4. Press and hold the '7' key on the remote control unit.5. Simultaneously press and hold the 'STOP' key on the front panel.6. Hold both keys for more than 3 seconds.7. The On Screen Display message 'PASSWORD CLEAR' will appear.8. The 4 digit password has now been clearedTray cannot be opened by setting the Tray Lock, please follow the steps below.1.2.3.4.5.Turn Unit ON.Set the DVD to the Stop Mode.Press it in order of 'SETUP', 'SUBTITLE', '3', 'AUDIO SELECT' and '0' key of a remote control unit.The On Screen Display message 'The Tray Lock has now been set up.' will appear.TRAY LOCKTo unlock the Tray Lock, please follow the steps below.1.2.3.4.5.Turn Unit ON.Set the DVD to the Stop Mode.Press it in order of 'SETUP', 'SUBTITLE', '3', 'AUDIO SELECT' and '0' key of a remote control unit.The On Screen Display message ' ' will appear.The Tray Lock has now been cleared.A1-9


TABLE OF CONTENTSGREEN PRODUCT PROCUREMENT .....................................................................................LEAD-FREE SOLDER .............................................................................................................CAUTION .................................................................................................................................SERVICING NOTICES ON CHECKING ..................................................................................HOW TO ORDER PARTS .......................................................................................................IMPORTANT SAFEGUARDS ..................................................................................................WHEN PERLACING DVD DECK ............................................................................................TAPE REMOVAL METHOD AT NO POWER SUPPLY .........................................................DISC REMOVAL METHOD AT NO POWER SUPPLY ..........................................................PARENTAL CONTROL RATING LEVEL ...............................................................................TRAY LOCK .............................................................................................................................TABLE OF CONTENTS ...........................................................................................................GENERAL SPECIFICATIONS ................................................................................................DISASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS1. REMOVAL OF MECHANICAL PARTS AND P. C. BOARDS.........................................2. REMOVAL OF VCR DECK PARTS ................................................................................3. REMOVAL OF DVD DECK PARTS ................................................................................4. REMOVAL OF ANODE CAP ...........................................................................................5. REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION OF FLAT PACKAGE IC ............................................KEY TO ABBREVIATIONS .....................................................................................................SERVICE MODE LIST .............................................................................................................PREVENTIVE CHECKS AND SERVICE INTERVALS ...........................................................WHEN REPLACING EEPROM (MEMORY) IC ......................................................................SERVICING FIXTURES AND TOOLS ....................................................................................PREPARATION FOR SERVICING ..........................................................................................MECHANICAL ADJUSTMENTS .............................................................................................ELECTRICAL ADJUSTMENTS ...............................................................................................BLOCK DIAGRAMSDVD .......................................................................................................................................Y/C/AUDIO/HEAD AMP .......................................................................................................MICON ..................................................................................................................................IN/OUT ..................................................................................................................................CHROMA/IF ..........................................................................................................................SOUND AMP ........................................................................................................................Hi-Fi/DEMODULATOR .........................................................................................................DVD IN/OUT .........................................................................................................................REGULATOR........................................................................................................................TV .........................................................................................................................................PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARDSDVD MT ................................................................................................................................VCR MT ................................................................................................................................TV MT/CRT ...........................................................................................................................LOADING MOTOR/SW ........................................................................................................SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMSMPEG/MICON/DSP ..............................................................................................................MEMORY ..............................................................................................................................MOTOR DRIVE ....................................................................................................................AUDIO/VIDEO ......................................................................................................................Y/C/AUDIO/HEAD AMP .......................................................................................................MICON ..................................................................................................................................IN/OUT ..................................................................................................................................CHROMA/IF ..........................................................................................................................SOUND AMP ........................................................................................................................Hi-Fi/DEMODULATOR .........................................................................................................DVD IN/OUT .........................................................................................................................REGULATOR........................................................................................................................DEFLECTION .......................................................................................................................CRT .......................................................................................................................................POWER ................................................................................................................................LOADING MOTOR/SW ........................................................................................................INTERCONNECTION DIAGRAM ............................................................................................WAVEFORMS ..........................................................................................................................MECHANICAL EXPLODED VIEWS ........................................................................................CHASSIS EXPLODED VIEWS ................................................................................................DVD DECK EXPLODED VIEW................................................................................................MECHANICAL REPLACEMENT PARTS LIST ......................................................................CHASSIS REPLACEMENT PARTS LIST ...............................................................................DVD DECK REPLACEMENT PARTS LIST ............................................................................ELECTRICAL REPLACEMENT PARTS LIST ........................................................................A1-1A1-1A1-2A1-3A1-3A1-4~A1-6A1-7A1-8A1-8A1-9A1-9A2-1A3-1~A3-6B1-1~B1-3B2-1~B2-6B3-1~B3-4B4-1B5-1, B5-2C1-1, C1-2C2-1C3-1, C3-2C4-1D1-1D1-1D2-1~D2-4D3-1~D3-6E-1, E-2E-3, E-4E-5, E-6E-7, E-8E-9, E-10E-11, E-12E-13, E-14E-15, E-16E-17, E-18E-19, E-20F-1, F-2F-3~F-6F-7, F-8F-9, F-10G-1, G-2G-3, G-4G-5, G-6G-7, G-8G-9, G-10G-11, G-12G-13, G-14G-15, G-16G-17, G-18G-19, G-20G-21, G-22G-23, G-24G-25, G-26G-27, G-28G-29, G-30G-31, G-32G-33, G-34H-1~H-3I1-1~I1-3I2-1, I2-2I3-1J1-1, J1-2J2-1J3-1J4-1~J4-6A2-1


GENERAL SPECIFICATIONSG-1 TV CRT CRT Size / Visual Size 14 inch / 357.0 mmVSystem CRT Type FlatMagnetic Field BV/BH +0.45G / 0.18GColor SystemNTSCSpeaker2 SpeakerPositionFrontSize2.0 x 4.7 InchImpedance8 ohmSound Output MAX 1.5W + 1.5W10%(Typical)__G-2 VCR System VHS Player / RecorderSystem Video System NTSCHi-Fi STEREOYesNTSC PB -DeckOVD-7Heads Video Head 4 HeadsFM Audio Head2 HeadsAudio /Control Mono /YesErase(Full Track Erase)YesErase (Normal Audio Track Erase)YesTape Rec PAL -Speed NTSC SP/SLP(EP)Play PAL -NTSCSP/SLP(EP)Fast Forward / Rewind Time (Approx.) at 25oCFF:1'48"/REW:1'48"with Cassette T-120Forward/Reverse NTSC or PAL-M SP/SLP(EP)=3x,5x / 9x,15xPicture SearchFrame AdvanceYesSlow Speed 1/10G-3 DVD System Color System NTSCDiscDVD, CD-DA, CD-R/RW, Video CDDVD-R/RW (Video Format Only)Disc Diameter120 mm , 80 mmDriveDM3SASearch speed Fwd 4 stepActual 2-120 times(DVD, VIDEO CD)4-40 times (CD)Rev4 stepActual 2-120 times(DVD, VIDEO CD)4-40 times (CD)Slow speed Fwd 1/7 - 1/2 timesActual --Rev --Actual --G-4 Tuning Broadcasting System US System MSystem Tuner and System 1 TunerReceive CH Destination US(w/CABLE)CH Coverage2~69, 4A, A-5~A-1, A~I, J~W, W+1~W+84Intermediate Picture(FP) 45.75MHzFrequency Sound(FS) 41.25MHzFP-FS4.5MHzPreset CHNoStereo/Dual TV SoundUS-StereoTuner Sound MutingYesA3-1


GENERAL SPECIFICATIONSG-5 Signal Video Signal Input Level 1 V p-p/75 ohmOutput Level --S/N Ratio (Weighted) at DVD Mode --S/N Ratio (Weighted) at VCR Mode --Horizontal Resolution at DVD Mode --Horizontal Resolution at VCR(SP)Mode 220 LinesRGB Signal Output Level --Audio Signal Input Level -8.0dBm/50k ohmVCR Output Level(0dB=0.775Vrms) --DVD Output Level(-20dBFs 0dBFs=2.0Vrms) --Digital Output Level0.5 V p-p/75 ohm(DVD)S/N Ratio at DVD (Weighted) --S/N Ratio at VCR (SP)(CCIR Filter:ON) --Harmonic Distortion at DVD Mode --Harmonic Distortion at VCR(SP) Mode --Frequency Response :DVD Mode at DVD --at Video CD --at SVCD --at CD --VCR Mode at SP --at LP --at SLP --Hi-Fi Audio Signal Dynamic Range : More than --Frequency Response : --Wow And Flutter : Less than --Channel Separation : More than --Harmonic Distortion : Less than --G-6 Power Power Source AC 120V,60HzDC -Power Consumption at AC 95 W at 120 V 60 Hzat DC -Stand by (at AC) 4 W at 120 V 60 HzPer Year -Energy StarNoProtector Power Fuse YesSafety CircuitYesIC Protector(Micro Fuse)NoDew SensorNoG-7 Regulation Safety ULRadiationFCCX-RadiationDHHSLaserDHHSG-8 Temperature Operation +5oC ~ +40oCStorage-20oC ~ +60oCG-9 Operating Humidity Less than 80% RHG-10 OSD Language English French SpanishG-11 Clock,Timer Calendar 1990/1/1 ~ 2081/12/31and Timer Timer Events 8 Program/ 1 MonthBack-up One Touch Recording Max Time 6 HoursSleep Timer Max Time 120 MinStep 10 MinOn/Off Timer Program(On Timer / Off Timer) 1 ProgramAuto Shut Off No Signal 15 MinNo Operation - MinTimer Back-up (at Power Off Mode) 5 SecA3-2


GENERAL SPECIFICATIONSG-12 Remote Unit RC-KHControl Glow in Dark Remocon NoUnit Remocon Format TOSHIBAFormatTOSHIBACustom Code40-BFh, 44-BBh, 45-BahPower Source Voltage(D.C) 3VUM size x pcsUM-4 x 2 pcsTotal Keys 49 KeyKeys TV/VCR YesDVDYesPowerYes1 Yes2 Yes3 Yes4 Yes5 Yes6 Yes7 Yes8 Yes9 Yes0 YesChannel-YesChannel+YesVolume-YesVolume+YesDisplayYesSleepYesAudio SelectYesMuteYesChannel Return / Skip-YesClosed Caption / Skip+YesTIMER RECYesRec/OTRYesSlow+YesPlayYesStopYesREV(Rew)YesFF(F. Fwd)YesPause / StillYesCM Skip / JumpYesSpeed / ReturnYesCounter Reset / AngleYesZero Return / SubtitleYesInput Select / ZoomYesMenu /SetupYesProgram / Repeat A-BYesD.Tracking / Top MenuYesTracking+ / DVD MenuYesTracking- / Play ModeYesCancelYesCursor UpYesCursor DownYesCursor LeftYesCursor RightYesEnterYesOpen/CloseYesEjectYesA3-3


GENERAL SPECIFICATIONSG-13 Features Auto Head Cleaning Yes(TV/VCR) VIDEO PLUS+(SHOWVIEW,G-CODE) NoAuto ClockYesAuto SetupYesForward / Reverse Picture SearchYesAuto CH MemoryYesClosed CaptionYesTV Auto Shut off FunctionYesEnd CallNoIndex SearchNoSQPBNoCABLEYesCM Skip(30sec x 6 Times)YesComb Filter (2Lines)NoVM CircuitNoTV MonitorNoProgram ExtendNoChoke CoilNoProtect of FBT Leak CircuitYesZero ReturnYesPower On MemoryNoV-chip USA V-chip YesCANADA V-chipNoSAPYesFavorite CHNoAuto RepeatYesPicture Brightness/Contrast/Sharpness/Color YesTintYesPicture PreferenceYesAudio Tone Control (Bass/Treble/Balance) NoStable SoundNoSurroundNoTimer On/Off Timer Set YesAuto Clock On/OffYesSleep TimeYesStandard TimeYesDaylight Saving TimeYesTuning Auto CH Memory YesADD/DeleteYesFeatures Tray Lock Yes(DVD) Auto Stop (Pause, and Resume Stop after 5min.) YesUSB (Some USB devices may not be usable.) NoCard Slot Reading (Not secured Data) NoVideo CD PlaybackYesSVCD PlaybackNoMP3 PlaybackYesWMA PlaybackYesJPEG PlaybackYesDivX Play backNoDMF SupportNoDigital Out (Dolby Digital) Yes(MPEG)Yes(PCM)Yes(DTS)YesDown Mix Out (Dolby Digital) Yes(DTS)No3D SurroundNoClosed Caption Signal in VBI (DVD Playback)NoScreen SaverNoAudio DAC192kHz / 24bitCopy (Disc to Tape)Yes (by Conditioning)A3-4


GENERAL SPECIFICATIONSG-14 Accessories Owner's Manual Language Englishw/Guarantee CardYesRemote Control UnitYesBatteryYesUM size x pcsUM-4 x 2 pcsOEM BrandNoRod AntennaNoPoles -Terminal -Loop AntennaNoTerminal -U/V MixerNo300 ohm to 75 ohm Antenna Adapter YesAntenna Change PlugNoDC Car Cord (Center+)NoAC Plug AdapterNoAC CordNoAV Cord (2Pin-1Pin)NoGuarantee CardNoRegistration CardYesESP CardNoWarning SheetNoDew/AHC Caution SheetNoQuick Set-up SheetNoCircuit DiagramNoService Facility ListNoImportant SafeguardNoSheet Information (Return)YesSheet Information (xD Card Type M)NoNetflix CardNoG-15 Interface Switch Front Power (Tact) YesChannel UpYesChannel DownYesVolume UpYesVolume DownYesPlay (VCR)YesStop / Eject (VCR)YesF.FWD/Cue (VCR)YesRew/Rev (VCR)YesREC/OTR (VCR)YesPlay (DVD)YesStop (DVD)YesSkip+ /Search+ (DVD)YesSkip- /Search- (DVD)YesOpen/Close (DVD)YesInput SelectNoMain Power SWNoIndicator Power Yes(Red)REC/OTRYes(Red)T-RECYes(Red)TV/VCRNoDVDNoTerminals Front Video Input RCA x 1Audio InputRCA x 2(Stereo)4 in 1 Card Slot NoCompact Flash Card SlotNoOther TerminalHeadphone (Stereo & Mono, 3.5mm)Rear Video Input --Audio Input --Video Output --Audio Output --Digital Audio OutputCoaxial (DVD Only)VHF/UHF Antenna InputF TypeAC InletNoG-16 Set Size Approx. W x D x H (mm) 470 x 386 x 423G-17 Weight Net (Approx.) 15.5kg (34.2lbs)Gross (Approx.)17.5kg (38.6lbs)A3-5


GENERAL SPECIFICATIONSG-18 Carton Master Carton NoContent -Material -Dimensions W x D x H(mm) -Description of Origin -Gift Box Material Double/BrownDimensions W x D x H(mm) 575 x 497 x 500Description of OriginYesDrop Test Natural Dropping At 1 Corner / 3 Edges / 6 SurfacesHeight (cm) 62Container Stuffing(40' container) 384 SetsG-19 Material Cabinet Front PS 94V0 DECABROMRear PS 94V0 DECABROMPCB Non-Halogen Demand NoEyelet DemandYesG-20 Environment Environmental standard requirement (by buyer) Green procurement of TOSHIBAPb-freePhase3(Phase3A)Measures for WhiskerYesA3-6


DISASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS1. REMOVAL OF MECHANICAL PARTSAND P.C. BOARDS1-1: BACK CABINET (Refer to Fig. 1-1)1. Remove the 4 screws 1.2. Remove the Back Cabinet in the direction of arrow.Front Cabinet1-3: TV/DVD/VCR BLOCK (Refer to Fig. 1-3)1. Remove the 2 screws 1.2. Disconnect the following connectors:(CP351, CP353, CP402 and CP1702).3. Remove the TV/DVD/VCR Block in the direction of arrow.Front CabinetCP3511CP1702CP402CP353111TV/DVD/VCR Block1Fig. 1-31Back Cabinet1-2: CRT PCB (Refer to Fig. 1-2)CAUTION: BEFORE REMOVING THE ANODE CAP,DISCHARGE ELECTRICITY BECAUSE ITCONTAINS HIGH VOLTAGE.BEFORE ATTEMPTING TO REMOVE ORREPAIR ANY PCB, UNPLUG THE POWERCORD FROM THE AC SOURCE.1. Remove the Anode Cap.(Refer to REMOVAL OF ANODE CAP)2. Disconnect the following connectors:(CP801 and CP853B).3. Remove the CRT PCB in the direction of arrow.Fig. 1-11-4: TV MT PCB (Refer to Fig. 1-4)1. Remove the 2 screws 1.2. Remove the 4 screws 2.3. Disconnect the following connectors:(CP001, CP820 and CP851A).4. Remove the TV MT PCB in the direction of arrow.2 CP820TV MT PCB CP0011 1222CP851AFront CabinetCP801CRT PCBCP853BDVD/VCR BlockFig. 1-4Fig. 1-2B1-1


DISASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS1-5: TOP SHIELD (Refer to Fig. 1-5)1. Remove the 11 screws 1.2. Remove the screw 2.3. Remove the Top Shield in the direction of arrow.1Top Shield11111211-7: DVD MT PCB/DVD DECK (Refer to Fig. 1-7)1. Short circuit the position shown in Fig. 1-7 using asoldering iron. If you remove the DVD Deck with nosoldering, the Laser may be damaged.2. Remove the 7 screws 1.3. Remove the Top DVD in the direction of arrow (A).4. Remove the 2 screws 2.5. Remove the Front Shield in the direction of arrow (B).6. Remove the 4 screws 3.7. Remove the DVD Deck in the direction of arrow (C).8. Disconnect the following connectors:(CP2301, CP2302 and CP2303).9. Remove the 2 screws 4.10. Remove the DVD MT PCB in the direction of arrow (D).1111111111Top DVDDVD/VCR Block1-6: DVD BLOCK (Refer to Fig. 1-6)1. Remove the 5 screws 1.2. Disconnect the following connectors:(CP8001 and CP8002).3. Remove the DVD Block in the direction of arrow.Fig. 1-5DVD MT PCBDVD Deck3431(A)4(D)33CP2303CP2302CP2301Pick Up PCB111Front ShieldAngle Deck(C)Short circuit using asoldering iron.(B)11DVD Block22Fig. 1-7NOTECP8001CP8002Bottom PlateFig. 1-61. Before your operation, please read “PREPARATION OFSERVICING”.2. Use the Lead Free solder.3. Manual soldering conditions• Soldering temperature: 350 ± 5˚C• Soldering time: Within 2 seconds• Soldering combination: Sn-3.0Ag-0.5Cu4. When Soldering/Removing of solder, use the drawingequipment over the Pick Up Unit to keep the Flux smokeaway from it.5. When installing the DVD Deck, remove all the soldering onthe short circuit position after the connection of Pick UpPCB and DVD MT PCB connector.B1-2


DISASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS1-8: VCR DECK (Refer to Fig. 1-8)NOTEDo not remove the cable at the FE Head section. The FEHead may be damaged if you remove the cable by force.1. Move the Cassette Holder Ass'y to the back side.2. Remove the 3 screws 1.3. Remove the screw 2.4. Remove the FE Head.5. Disconnect the following connectors:(CP101, CP4501 and CP4502).6. Remove the AC Head Cover and VCR Deck in thedirection of arrow.21111-9: VCR MT PCB (Refer to Fig. 1-9)1. Remove the screw 1.2. Remove the 3 screws 2.3. Remove the AV Jack Shield.4. Remove the VCR MT PCB in the direction of arrow.22AV Jack Shield1VCR MT PCB2FE HeadAC Head CoverVCR DeckBottom PlateFig. 1-9CP4501CP4502CP101Bottom PlateFig. 1-8B1-3


DISASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS2. REMOVAL OF VCR DECK PARTS2-1: TOP BRACKET (Refer to Fig. 2-1)1. Extend the 2 supports 1.2. Slide the 2 supports 2 and remove the Top Bracket.NOTE1. After installation of the Top Bracket, bend the support 1so that the Top Bracket is fixed.2-3: LINK UNIT (Refer to Fig. 2-3)1. Set the Link Unit to the Eject position.2. Unlock the support 1.3. Remove the (A) side of the Link Unit first, then removethe (B) side.Link UnitMain ChassisTop BracketTop Bracket1 12Main Chassis2-2: CASSETTE HOLDER ASS'Y (Refer to Fig. 2-2)1. Move the Cassette Holder Ass'y to the front side.2. Push the Locker R to remove the Cassette Side R.3. Remove the Cassette Side L.2Main ChassisFig. 2-11(A)Link Unit2-4: LINK LEVER/FLAP LEVER (Refer to Fig. 2-4)1. Extend the support 1.2. Remove the Link Lever.3. Remove the Flap Lever.(B)Main ChassisFig. 2-3Main ChassisLocker RCassette Side R1Flap LeverLink LeverFig. 2-4Link UnitCassette Side LMain ChassisFig. 2-2B2-1


DISASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS2-5: LOADING MOTOR/WORM (Refer to Fig. 2-5-A)1.2.3.Remove the screw 1.Remove the Loading Motor.Remove the Worm.Main ChassisWormLoading Motor2-6: TENSION ASS’Y (Refer to Fig. 2-6-B)1. Turn the Pinch Roller Cam clockwise so that the TensionHolder hook is set to the position of Fig. 2-6-A to movethe Tension Arm Ass’y.2. Remove the Tension Spring.3. Unlock the 2 supports 1 and remove the Tension Band.4. Unlock the support 2 and remove the Tension Arm Ass’y.5. Unlock the support 3 and remove the Tension Connect.6. Float the hook 4 and turn it clockwise then remove theTension Holder.Tension Arm Ass’y• Screw Torque: 3 ± 0.5kgf•cm1Fig. 2-5-AFig. 2-6-ANOTE1. In case of the Worm installation, check if the value of theFig. 2-5-B is correct.2. In case of the Loading Motor installation, hook the wire onthe Cassette Opener as shown Fig. 2-5-C.3. When installing the wires between Capstan DD Unit andLoading Motor, connect them correctly as shown Fig. 2-5-D.Tension ConnectTension Spring311Tension BandTension Arm Ass’y19.2 ± 0.1mm24Tension HolderSafety surface for pressingof the insert.Loading MotorFig. 2-5-BFig. 2-6-BNOTE1. In case of the Tension Band installation, note the directionof the installation. (Refer to Fig. 2-6-C)2. In case of the Tension Band installation, install correctlyas Fig. 2-6-D.3. In case of the Tension Connect installation, install as thecircled section of Fig. 2-6-E.Cassette OpenerFig. 2-5-CTension ConnectTension BandLoading MotorPinkCapstan DD UnitFig. 2-6-C-L2+L1WhiteFig. 2-5-DB2-2


DISASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS[OK][NG]Tension ConnectTension ConnectTension ConnectTension BandTension BandFig. 2-6-DNOTE1.2.3.4.5.6.Take care not to damage the gears of the S Reel and TReel.The Polyslider Washer may on the back of the reel.Take care not to damage the shaft.Do not touch section “A” of S Reel and T Reel. (Usegloves.) (Refer to Fig. 2-8-A) Touching may leave stainson section "A".When you install the reel, clean the shaft and grease it. (Ifyou do not grease, noise may be heard in FF/REWmode.)After installing the reel, adjust the height of the reel.(Refer to MECHANICAL ADJUSTMENT)Main ChassisFig. 2-6-EIdler GearIdler Arm Ass’y2-7: T BRAKE ARM/T BRAKE BAND (Refer to Fig. 2-7-A)S Reel(B)1.2.3.Remove the T Brake Spring.Turn the T Brake Arm clockwise and bend the hooksection to remove it.Unlock the 2 supports 1 and remove the T Brake Band.(A)1T Reel(A)T Brake Band1Hook section1T Brake Arm1T Brake SpringFig. 2-8-AFig. 2-7-ANOTE1. In case of the T Brake Band installation, install correctlyas Fig. 2-7-B.NOTE1. In case of the S Reel and T Reel installation, check if thecorrect parts are installed. (Refer to Fig. 2-8-B)2. In case of the Idler Arm Ass’y installation, install correctlyas Fig. 2-8-C. And also set it so that the section “B” ofFig. 2-8-A is placed under the Main Chassis tab.[OK]T Brake Arm[NG]T Brake BandT Brake BandT Brake ArmFig. 2-7-B[OK]Clutch GearBig Hole(S Reel)Small Hole(T Reel)Idler Arm Ass’yFig. 2-8-B2-8: S REEL/T REEL/IDLER ARM ASS’Y/IDLER GEAR(Refer to Fig. 2-8-A)1.2.3.Remove the S Reel and T Reel.Remove the 2 Polyslider Washers 1.Remove the Idler Arm Ass’y and Idler Gear.[NG]Clutch GearIdler Arm Ass’yFig. 2-8-CB2-3


2-9: CASSETTE OPENER/PINCH ROLLER BLOCK/P5ARM ASS’Y (Refer to Fig. 2-9-A)1.2.Unlock the support 1 and remove the Cassette Opener.Remove the Pinch Roller Block and P5 Arm Ass’y.DISASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS1Cassette OpenerPinch Roller BlockSpring PositionFig. 2-10-BP5 Arm Ass’yMain Chassis2-11: FE HEAD (RECORDER ONLY) (Refer to Fig. 2-11)1. Remove the screw 1.2. Remove the FE Head.1Fig. 2-9-AFE HeadNOTE1.2.Do not touch the Pinch Roller. (Use gloves.)In case of the Pinch Roller Block and the Pinch RollerCam installation, install correctly as Fig. 2-9-B.Pinch Roller BlockCan be seen the hole ofthe Pinch Roller Cam.P5 Arm Ass’y• Screw Torque: 5 ± 0.5kgf•cm• The FE Head is not installed on the Video Cassette Player. Fig. 2-11Can be seen the hole of theMain Cam.2-10: A/C HEAD (Refer to Fig. 2-10-A)1.2.3.4.Remove the screw 1.Remove the A/C Head Base.Remove the 3 screws 2.Remove the A/C Head and A/C Head Spring.NOTE1.2.3.Fig. 2-9-BDo not touch the A/C Head. (Use gloves.)When you install the A/C Head Spring, install as shown inFig. 2-10-B.When you install the A/C Head, tighten the screw (1) first,then tighten the screw (2), finally tighten the screw (3).2-12: CYLINDER UNIT ASS'Y (Refer to Fig. 2-12)1.2.3.4.Unlock the support 1 and remove the AHC Ass'y.Disconnect the following connector: (CD2001).Remove the 3 screws 2.Remove the Cylinder Unit Ass'y.NOTE1.When you install the Cylinder Unit Ass'y, tighten thescrews from (1) to (3) in order while pulling the Ass'ytoward the left front direction.Cylinder Unit Ass'yCD2001(1)22(2)(3)2A/C Head1AHC Ass'y1A/C Head SpringA/C Head Base(1)2• Screw Torque: 3 ± 0.5kgf•cm(2)22(3)Fig. 2-12• Screw Torque: 5 ± 0.5kgf•cm (Screw 1)Fig. 2-10-AB2-4


DISASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS2-13: CAPSTAN DD UNIT (Refer to Fig. 2-13)1. Remove the Capstan Belt.2. Remove the screw 1.3. Remove the Capstan Holder.4. Remove the 3 screws 2.5. Remove the Capstan DD Unit.NOTE1. In case of the Pinch Roller Cam and Main Cam installation,install them as shown in the circled section of Fig. 2-14-B so that the markers meet. (Refer to Fig. 2-14-B)And also can be seen the Main Chassis hole through theMain Cam maker hole.Pinch Roller Cam1Capstan BeltCapstan HolderMarkerCapstan DD UnitMain CamFig. 2-14-B2-14: MAIN CAM/PINCH ROLLER CAM/JOINT GEAR(Refer to Fig. 2-14-A)1.2.22• Screw Torque: 4 ± 0.5kgf•cm2Fig. 2-13Remove the E-Ring 1, then remove the Main Cam.Remove the E-Ring 2, then remove the Pinch RollerCam and Joint Gear.2-15: LOADING GEAR S/T UNIT (Refer to Fig. 2-15-A)1. Remove the E-Ring 1 and remove the Main LoadingGear.2. Remove the Main Rod, Tension Lever, Loading Arm SUnit and Loading Arm T Unit.Main RodTension Lever1Main Loading GearLoading Arm T UnitLoading Arm S Unit12Main CamPinch Roller CamFig. 2-15-AJoint GearFig. 2-14-AB2-5


DISASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONSNOTE1. When you install the Loading Arm S Unit, Loading Arm TUnit and Main Loading Gear, align each marker. (Referto Fig. 2-15-B)Main Loading GearMarkerMarker2-17:1.2.3.4.5.CASSETTE GUIDE POST/INCLINED BASE S/TUNIT/P4 CAP/LED REFLECTOR(Refer to Fig. 2-17-A)Remove the P4 Cap.Unlock the support 1 and remove the Cassette GuidePost.Remove the Inclined Base S/T Unit.Remove the screw 2.Remove the LED Reflector.1Cassette Guide PostInclined Base S UnitInclined Base T UnitLoading Arm T UnitLoading Arm S UnitFig. 2-15-BP4 Cap2-16: CLUTCH ASS’Y/RING SPRING/CLUTCH LEVER/CLUTCH GEAR (Refer to Fig. 2-16-A)1.2.3.4.Remove the Polyslider Washer 1.Remove the Clutch Ass’y and Ring Spring.Remove the Clutch Lever.Remove the Coupling Gear, Coupling Spring and ClutchGear.LED Reflector12Fig. 2-17-ACoupling GearCoupling SpringClutch GearClutch Ass’yRing SpringClutch LeverNOTE1.2.3.Do not touch the roller of Guide Roller.In case of the P4 Cap installation, install it with parallelfor “A” and “B” of Fig. 2-17-B.In case of the Cassette Guide Post installation, installcorrectly as the circled section of Fig. 2-17-C.“A”“B”Fig. 2-16-AP4 CapCassette OpenerNOTE1. In case of the Clutch Ass’y installation, install it withinserting the spring of the Clutch Ass’y into the dent of theCoupling Gear. (Refer to Fig. 2-16-B)[OK]Cassette Guide PostFig. 2-17-BClutch Ass’y[NG]Cassette Guide PostCoupling GearFig. 2-16-BB2-6Fig. 2-17-C


DISASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS3. REMOVAL OF DVD DECK PARTSNOTE1. Do not disassemble the DVD DECK PARTS except listedparts here. Minute adjustments are needed if thedisassemble is done. If the repair is needed except listedparts, replace the DVD MECHA ASS'Y.Main Frame Ass'y1223-1: TRAY (Refer to Fig. 3-1-A)1. Set the Tray opened. (Refer to the DISC REMOVALMETHOD AT NO POWER SUPPLY)2. Unlock the 2 supports 1 and remove the Tray.Main Chassis Ass'yInsulator (R)Main Frame Ass'y• Screw Torque: 2.0 ± 0.5kgf•cmFig. 3-2-ANOTETray11.2.In case of the Main Chassis Ass'y, install it from (1) to (4)in order. (Refer to Fig. 3-2-B)In case of the Main Chassis Ass'y installation, hook thewire on the Main Frame Ass'y as shown Fig. 3-2-C.1Main Frame Ass'y (Bottom Side)Fig. 3-1-A(3)NOTE1. In case of the Tray installation, install them as the circledsection of Fig. 3-1-B so that the each markers are met.(3)(3)Rack LoadingTraverse HolderMain Frame Ass'y(2)(1)Main Chassis Ass'y(4)(4)Check LockFig. 3-2-BTrayFig. 3-1-BMain Frame Ass'y3-2: MAIN CHASSIS ASS'Y (Refer to Fig. 3-2-A)1. Remove the screw 1.2. Unlock the 2 supports 2.3. Remove the Insulator (R) from the Main Frame Ass'y.4. Remove the Main Chassis Ass'y.Check HookFig. 3-2-CB3-1


DISASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS3-3: LOADING MOTOR PCB ASS'Y/ LOADING BELT(Refer to Fig. 3-3-A)1. Remove the Loading Belt.2. Remove the screw 1.3. Remove the 2 screws 2.4. Remove the Loading Motor PCB Ass'y.5. Remove the Pulley Gear.Pulley GearMain GearRack LoadingMain Frame Ass’yLoading Belt2 2Loading Motor PCB Ass’y21Fig. 3-4-AMain Frame Ass’yNOTE1. In case of the Rack Loading installation, do not mesh itto the Main Gear as shown the Fig. 3-4-B.Pulley GearRack LoadingCheck Hook1• Screw Torque: 2.5 ± 0.3kgf•cm (Screw 1)• Screw Torque: 1.0 ± 0.3kgf•cm (Screw 2)Fig. 3-3-ANOTE1. In case of the Pulley Motor installation, check if the valueof the Fig. 3-3-B is correct.2. When installing the Loading Motor PCB Ass'y, install itcorrectly as Fig. 3-3-C.3. In case of the Loading Motor PCB Ass'y installation, hookthe wire on the Main Frame Ass'y as shown Fig. 3-3-C.Main Gear3-5: CLAMPER ASS'Y (Refer to Fig. 3-5-A)1. Press the Clamper and rotate the Clamper Plateclockwise, then unlock the 3 supports 1.2. Remove the Clamper Plate, Clamper Magnet andClamper.Fig. 3-4-BPulley Motor7.0 ± 0.1mmClamper PlateClamper MagnetLoading MotorSafety surface for pressingof the insert.Fig. 3-3-BMain FrameThe Lever should be positionbetween A and B.Rack Loading A B111ClamperFig. 3-5-ANOTE1. In case of the Clamper Ass'y installation, install correctlyas Fig. 3-5-B.Clamper PlateCheck HookLoading Motor PCB Ass’yFig. 3-3-CClamperNo gap3-4: RACK LOADING/MAIN GEAR/PULLEY GEAR(Refer to Fig. 3-4-A)1. Press down the catcher 1 and slide the Rack Loading.2. Unlock the support 2 and remove the Pulley Gear.3. Remove the Main Gear.B3-2Fig. 3-5-B


DISASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS3-6: TRAVERSE HOLDER/INSULATOR (F)/INSULATOR(R) (Refer to Fig. 3-6-A)1. Remove the Traverse Holder.2. Remove the 2 Insulator (F).3. Remove the Insulator (R).Insulator (F)Traverse HolderMain Chassis Ass'yInsulator (R)NOTE1. When pushing the Rack Feed in the direction of thearrow, it should be restored to the original position by thespring force. (Refer to Fig. 3-7-B)2. In case of the Motor Gear installation, check if the valueof the Fig. 3-7-C is correct.3. When installing the wire of the Switch PCB Ass'y, install itcorrectly as Fig. 3-7-D.4. After the assembly of the Main Chassis Ass'y, hook thewire on the Main Chassis Ass'y as shown Fig. 3-7-E.Insulator (F)Fig. 3-6-APushNOTE1. In case of the Insulator (F) installation, install correctly asFig. 3-6-B.2. In case of the Insulator (R) installation, install correctly asFig. 3-6-C.Motor GearRack Feed Ass'y6.0 ± 0.2mmFig. 3-7-BInsulator (F)Feed MotorTraverse HolderFig. 3-6-BSafety surface for pressingof the insert.Fig. 3-7-CInsulator (R)Main Chassis Ass'y (Top Side)~ FEED MOTOR ~BLUE (4)3-7: RACK FEED ASS'Y/SWITCH PCB ASS'Y/FEEDMOTOR (Refer to Fig. 3-7-A)1. Remove the screw 1.2. Remove the Rack Feed Ass'y.3. Remove the screw 2.4. Remove the Switch PCB Ass'y.5. Remove the 2 screw 3.6. Remove the Feed Motor.7. Remove the Motor Gear.21Rack Feed Ass'y33Fig. 3-6-CORANGE (3)Switch PCB Ass'y~ SPINDLE MOTOR ~BLACK (2)RED (1)• Install wire from (1) to (4) in order.Main Chassis Ass'y (Bottom Side)Check HookCheck HookCheck HookFig. 3-7-DSwitch PCB Ass'yMain Chassis Ass'yMotor GearFeed MotorCheck Hook• Loosen the wire in the direction of the arrow.Fig. 3-7-E• Screw Torque: 5.0 ± 0.3kgf•cm (Screw 1)• Screw Torque: 3.0 ± 0.3kgf•cm (Screw 2)• Screw Torque: 1.0 ± 0.3kgf•cm (Screw 3)Fig. 3-7-AB3-3


DISASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS3-8: FFC WIRE HANDLING1.When installing the FFC, fold it correctly and install it asshown from Fig. 3-8-A to Fig. 3-8-C.NOTE1. Do not make the folding lines except the specifiedpositions for the FFC.[ 24 pin FFC ]Pick Up SideFold it by 90˚Printing Surface54 ± 1mmFold43 ± 1mmPrinting SurfaceFig. 3-8-A[ 6 pin FFC ](1)Reinforcement Plate(3)Reinforcement Plate59 ± 1mmPrinting SurfaceFold(4)10 ± 1mmPrinting SurfaceFoldReinforcement Plate(2)10 ± 1mmPrinting SurfaceFoldPrinting SurfaceFoldPrinting Surface44 ± 1mm• Proceed the steps (1) through (4).Fig. 3-8-B[ 5 pin FFC ](1)Reinforcement Plate(3)Reinforcement Plate55 ± 1mmPrinting SurfaceFold(4)10 ± 1mmPrinting SurfaceFoldReinforcement Plate(2)10 ± 1mmPrinting SurfaceFoldPrinting SurfaceFoldPrinting Surface60 ± 1mm• Proceed the steps (1) through (4).Fig. 3-8-CB3-4


DISASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS4. REMOVAL OF ANODE CAPRead the following NOTED items before starting work.* After turning the power off there might still be a potentialvoltage that is very dangerous. When removing theAnode Cap, make sure to discharge the Anode Cap'spotential voltage.* Do not use pliers to loosen or tighten the Anode Capterminal, this may cause the spring to be damaged.REMOVAL1. Follow the steps as follows to discharge the Anode Cap.(Refer to Fig. 4-1.)Connect one end of an Alligator Clip to the metal part of aflat-blade screwdriver and the other end to ground.While holding the plastic part of the insulated Screwdriver,touch the support of the Anode with the tip of theScrewdriver.A cracking noise will be heard as the voltage is discharged.3. After one side is removed, pull in the opposite direction toremove the other.NOTETake care not to damage the Rubber Cap.INSTALLATION1. Clean the spot where the cap was located with a smallamount of alcohol. (Refer to Fig. 4-3.)NOTEConfirm that there is no dirt, dust, etc. at the spot wherethe cap was located.Location of Anode CapGND on the CRT2.3.Fig. 4-3Arrange the wire of the Anode Cap and make sure thewire is not twisted.Turn over the Rubber Cap. (Refer to Fig. 4-4.)ScrewdriverCRTSupportAlligator ClipGND on the CRTFig. 4-1Fig. 4-42. Flip up the sides of the Rubber Cap in the direction of thearrow and remove one side of the support.(Refer to Fig. 4-2.)4. Insert one end of the Anode Support into the anode button,then the other as shown in Fig. 4-5.Rubber CapCRTSupportFig. 4-2B4-1CRT Support Fig. 4-55. Confirm that the Support is securely connected.6. Put on the Rubber Cap without moving any parts.


DISASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS5. REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION OF FLATPACKAGE ICREMOVAL1. Put Masking Tape (cotton tape) around the Flat PackageIC to protect other parts from any damage.(Refer to Fig. 5-1.)NOTEMasking is carried out on all the parts located within10 mm distance from IC leads.3. When IC starts moving back and forth easily afterdesoldering completely, pickup the corner of the IC usinga tweezers and remove the IC by moving with the ICdesoldering machine. (Refer to Fig. 5-3.)NOTESome ICs on the PCB are affixed with glue, so becareful not to break or damage the foil of each ICleads or solder lands under the IC when removing it.Masking Tape(Cotton Tape)ICBlower type ICdesoldering machineTweezersFig. 5-12. Heat the IC leads using a blower type IC desolderingmachine. (Refer to Fig. 5-2.)NOTEDo not rotate or move the IC back and forth , until ICcan move back and forth easily after desoldering theleads completely.Blower type ICdesoldering machine4.5.ICFig. 5-3Peel off the Masking Tape.Absorb the solder left on the pattern using the BraidedShield Wire. (Refer to Fig. 5-4.)NOTEDo not move the Braided Shield Wire in the verticaldirection towards the IC pattern.Braided Shield WireSoldering IronICFig. 5-2IC patternFig. 5-4B5-1


DISASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONSINSTALLATION1. Take care of the polarity of new IC and then install thenew IC fitting on the printed circuit pattern. Then soldereach lead on the diagonal positions of IC temporarily.(Refer to Fig. 5-5.)4. When bridge-soldering between terminals and/or thesoldering amount are not enough, resolder using a ThintipSoldering Iron. (Refer to Fig. 5-8.)Thin-tip Soldering IronICSoldering IronFig. 5-8Solder temporarilySolder temporarily2. Supply the solder from the upper position of IC leadssliding to the lower position of the IC leads.(Refer to Fig. 5-6.)Fig. 5-55. Finally, confirm the soldering status on four sides of theIC using a magnifying glass.Confirm that no abnormality is found on the solderingposition and installation position of the parts around theIC. If some abnormality is found, correct by resoldering.NOTEWhen the IC leads are bent during soldering and/orrepairing, do not repair the bending of leads. If thebending of leads are repaired, the pattern may bedamaged. So, always be sure to replace the IC in thiscase.SolderSoldering IronICSupply solderingfrom upper positionto lower positionFig. 5-63. Absorb the solder left on the lead using the BraidedShield Wire. (Refer to Fig. 5-7.)NOTEDo not absorb the solder to excess.Soldering IronICBraided Shield WireFig. 5-7B5-2


KEY TO ABBREVIATIONSABCDEFGHA/CACCAEAFCAFTAFT DETAGCAMPANTA.PBAPCASS'YATAUTOA/VBGPBOTBPFBRAKE SOLBUFFB/WCCASECAPCARRCHCLKCLOCK (SY-SE)COMBCONVCPMCTLCYLCYL-MCYL SENSDATA (SY-CE)dBDCDD UnitDEMODDETDEVEEFEMPHENCENVEOTEQEXTFFBCFEFFFGFL SWFMFSCFWDGENGNDH.P.F::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::Audio/ControlAutomatic Color ControlAudio EraseAutomatic Frequency ControlAutomatic Fine TuningAutomatic Fine Tuning DetectAutomatic Gain ControlAmplifierAntennaAudio PlaybackAutomatic Phase ControlAssemblyAll TimeAutomaticAudio/VideoBurst Gate PulseBeginning of TapeBandpass FilterBrake SolenoidBufferBlack and WhiteCapacitance, CollectorCassetteCapstanCarrierChannelClockClock (Syscon to Servo)Combination, Comb FilterConverterCapstan MotorControlCylinderCylinder-MotorCylinder-SensorData (Syscon to Servo)DecibelDirect CurrentDirect Drive Motor UnitDemodulatorDetectorDeviationEmitterEmitter FollowerEmphasisEncoderEnvelopeEnd of TapeEqualizerExternalFuseFeed Back ClampFull EraseFast Forward, Flip-flopFrequency GeneratorFront Loading SwitchFrequency ModulationFrequency Sub CarrierForwardGeneratorGroundHigh Pass FilterIKLMNOPRSC1-1H.SWHzICIFINDINVKILLLEDLIMIT AMPLM, LDMLPL.P.FLUMI.MMAXMINIMIXMMMODMPXMS SWNCNROSCOPEPBPB CTLPB-CPB-YPCBP. CONPDPGP-PRRECREC-CREC-YREEL BRKREEL SREFREGREWREV, RVSRFRMCRYS. CLKS. COMS. DATASEGSELSENSSERSISIFSOSOLSPSTBSW::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::Head SwitchHertzIntegrated CircuitIntermediate FrequencyIndicatorInverterKillerLeftLight Emitting DiodeLimiter AmplifierLoading MotorLong PlayLow Pass FilterLuminanceMotorMaximumMinimumMixer, mixingMonostable MultivibratorModulator, ModulationMultiplexer, MultiplexMecha State SwitchNon ConnectionNoise ReductionOscillatorOperationPlaybackPlayback ControlPlayback-ChrominancePlayback-LuminancePrinted Circuit BoardPower ControlPhase DetectorPulse GeneratorPeak-to PeakRightRecordingRecording-ChrominanceRecording-LuminanceReel BrakeReel SensorReferenceRegulated, RegulatorRewindReverseRadio FrequencyRemote ControlRelaySerial ClockSensor CommonSerial DataSegmentSelect, SelectorSensorSearch ModeSerial InputSound Intermediate FrequencySerial OutputSolenoidStandard PlaySerial StrobeSwitch


KEY TO ABBREVIATIONSSTUVXYSYNCSYNC SEPTRTRACTRICK PBTPUNREGVVCOVIFVPV.PBVRV.RECVSFVSRVSSV-SYNCVTX'TALY/C:::::::::::::::::::::SynchronizationSync Separator, SeparationTransistorTrackingTrick PlaybackTest PointUnregulatedVoltVoltage Controlled OscillatorVideo Intermediate FrequencyVertical Pulse, Voltage DisplayVideo PlaybackVariable ResistorVideo RecordingVisual Search Fast ForwardVisual Search RewindVoltage Super SourceVertical-SynchronizationVoltage TuningCrystalLuminance/ChrominanceC1-2


SERVICE MODE LISTThis unit is provided with the following SERVICE MODES so you can repair, examine and adjust easily.To enter to the SERVICE MODE function, press and hold both buttons simultaneously on the main unit or on the main unit and onthe remote control for more than the standard time (second).Standard TimeSet Key Remocon Key(seconds)OperationsVOL. (-) MIN 0VOL. (-) MIN 1VOL. (-) MIN 3VOL. (-) MIN 42222Releasing of V-CHIP PASSWORD.Initialization of factory data.NOTE: Do not use this for normal servicing.If you set factory initialization, the memories are reset such asthe channel setting, the POWER ON total hours, and PLAY/REC total hours.Adjust the PG SHIFTER automatically.Refer to the "ELECTRICAL ADJUSTMENT" (PG SHIFTER).Adjust the PG SHIFTER manually.Refer to the "ELECTRICAL ADJUSTMENT" (PG SHIFTER).VOL. (-) MIN 5Adjusting of the Tracking to the center position.2 NOTE: Also can be adjusted by pressing the ATR button for more than2 seconds during PLAY.VOL. (-) MIN 6VOL. (-) MIN 922POWER ON total hours and PLAY/REC total hours are displayed onthe screen.Refer to the "PREVENTIVE CHECKS AND SERVICE INTERVALS"(CONFIRMATION OF HOURS USED).Can be checked of the INITIAL DATA of MEMORY IC.Refer to the "WHEN REPLACING EEPROM (MEMORY) IC".Display of the Adjustment MENU on the screen.Refer to the "ELECTRICAL ADJUSTMENT" (On-Screen DisplayAdjustment).REC/OTR 4 2STOP (DVD) 7 3Initialization of factory DVD data.NOTE: Do not use this for normal servicing.While pressing the Remocon Key for more than the StandardTime, press the Set Key simultaneously.Releasing of PARENTAL LOCK.Refer to the "PARENTAL CONTROL - RATING LEVEL".Standard TimeSet Key Set Key(seconds)OperationsVOL. (-) MIN FF 2The BOT, EOT, and the Reel Sensor do not work and the VCR deckcan be operated without a cassette tape.Refer to the "PREPARATION FOR SERVICING"MethodPress the following remocon keyscontinuously.SETUP SUBTITLE 3AUDIO SELECT 0Tray cannot be opened.Refer to the “TRAY LOCK”.OperationsC2-1


PREVENTIVE CHECKS AND SERVICE INTERVALSThe following standard table depends on environmental conditions and usage.Parts replacing time does not mean the life span for individual parts.Also, long term storage or misuse may cause transformation and aging of rubber parts.The following list means standard hours, so the checking hours depends on the conditions.Time 500Parts NamehoursAudio Control HeadFull Erase Head(Recorder only)1,000hours1,500hours2,000hours2,500hoursNotesClean those parts incontact with the tape.Capstan BeltPinch RollerClean the rubber, and partswhich the rubber touches.Capstan DD UnitLoading MotorTension BandT Brake BandClutch Ass'yIdler Arm Ass'yCapstan ShaftTape RunningGuide PostReplace when rollingbecomes abnormal.Cylinder UnitClean the Head: Clean: Check it and if necessary, replace it.CONFIRMATION OF HOURS USEDPOWER ON total hours and PLAY/REC total hours can be checked on the screen.Total hours are displayed in 16 system of notation.NOTE: If you set factory initialization, the total hours is reset to "0".1. Turn on the POWER, and set to the TV mode.2. Set the VOLUME to minimum.3. Press both VOL. DOWN button on the set and the Channel button (6) on the remote control for more than 2 seconds.4. After the confirmation of using hours, turn off the power.INIT 00 0EPOWER ON 0010PLAY/REC 0003ROM VER :0000Initial setting content of MEMORY IC.POWER ON total hours.PLAY/REC total hours.(16 x 16 x 16 x thousands digit value) + (16 x 16 x hundreds digit value) + (16 x tens digit value) + (ones digit value)C3-1


PREVENTIVE CHECKS AND SERVICE INTERVALSCLEANINGNOTEAfter cleaning the heads with isopropyl alcohol, do notrun a tape until the heads dry completely. If the headsare not completely dry and alcohol gets on the tape,damage may occur.1. AUDIO CONTROL HEADClean the Audio Control Head with a cotton sticksoaked by alcohol. Clean the full erase head in thesame manner. (Refer to the figure below.)2. TAPE RUNNING SYSTEMWhen cleaning the tape transport system, usegauze moistened with isopropyl alcohol.3. CYLINDERWrap a piece of chamois around your finger. Dip it inisopropyl alcohol. Hold it to the cylinder head softly.Turn the cylinder head counterclockwise to clean it (inthe direction of the arrow). (Refer to the figure below.)NOTEDo not exert force against the cylinder head. Do not movethe chamois upward or downward on the head.Use the chamois one by one.Audio Control HeadCylinder HeadC3-2


WHEN REPLACING EEPROM (MEMORY) ICIf a service repair is undertaken where it has been required to change the MEMORY IC, the following steps should be taken toensure correct data settings while making reference to TABLE 1.NOTE: No need to set data for the position of the "@" due to the adjustment value.INI+0 +1 +2 +3 +4 +5 +6 +7 +8 +9 +A +B +C +D +E +F000E 00 00 82 80 6D 53 20 86 4CD0 A8 06 A0 07 6510 32 64 E3 52 03 87 00 42 02 F6 13 4B 15 54 85 B2209B 98 8D A0 B2 80 91 B6 1A 0B3D 06 26 15 26 343007 31 33 FF 00@@ @@00 00 23 FF FF FF 80 88 834088 89 88 00 000B 1216 1A 1E 22 26 2A 2E 32 3650 3A 3D 40 43 45 47 48 49 4A 4C 4D 4F 50 51 52 5360 54 55 56 57 58 59 5A 5B 5C 5D 5E 5F 60 61 63 6470 66 68 69 6B 6D 6F 71 73 76 7A 80 88 96 98 9A 9D80 9F A2 A5 A7 AA --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- ---1.2.3.Table 1Turn on the POWER, and set to the TV mode.Enter DATA SET mode by setting VOLUME to minimum.Press both VOL. DOWN button on the set and the Channel button (6) on the remote control for more than 2 seconds.ADDRESS and DATA should appear as FIG 1.ADDRESS DATAINIT 00 0EPOWER ON 0010PLAY/REC 0003ROM VER :00004.5.6.7.8.9.Fig. 1ADDRESS is now selected and should "blink". Using the RIGHT or LEFT button on the remote, step through the ADDRESSuntil required ADDRESS to be changed is reached.Press ENTER to select DATA. When DATA is selected, it will "blink".Again, step through the DATA using RIGHT or LEFT button until required DATA value has been selected.Pressing ENTER will take you back to ADDRESS for further selection if necessary.Repeat steps 4 to 7 until all data has been checked.When satisfied correct DATA has been entered, turn POWER off (return to STANDBY MODE) to finish DATA input.After the data input, set to the initializing of shipping.10. Turn on the POWER, and set to the TV mode.11. Press both VOL. DOWN button on the set and the Channel button (1) on the remote control for more than 2 seconds.12. After the finishing of the initializing of shipping, the unit will turn off automatically.The unit will now have the correct DATA for the new MEMORY IC.C4-1


SERVICING FIXTURES AND TOOLSAlignment TapeBack tension cassette gaugeTorque cassette gauge(KT-300NR)Taper nut driverST-N5ST-NF709091037090919970909228VTR cleaning kit VTR lubrication kit Grease JG002B AdapterJG002E Dial Torque Gauge(10~90gf•cm)JG002F (60~600gf•cm)JG022 Master PlaneJG024A Reel Disk HeightAdjustment JigJG153 X Value AdjustmentScrewdriverJG185 TentelometerRef. No.Part No.Parts NameRemarksJG002BJG002EJG002FAPJG002B00APJG002E00APJG002F00AdapterDial Torque Gauge (10~90gf•cm)Dial Torque Gauge (60~600gf•cm)VSR Torque, Brake Torque (S Reel/T Reel Ass'y)Brake Torque (T Reel Ass'y)VSR Torque, Brake Torque (S Reel)JG022 APJG022000 Master Plane Reel Disk Height AdjustmentJG024A APJG024A00 Reel Disk Height Adjustment Jig Reel Disk Height AdjustmentJG153 APJG153000 X Value Adjustment Screwdriver X Value AdjustmentJG185 APJG185000 Tentelometer Confirmation of Tape Tension on PlaybackHow to use the Servicing Fixture1.2.3.PREPARATION FOR SERVICINGSet the VOLUME to minimum.Press both VOL. DOWN button on the set and the FF button on the set for more than 2 seconds.(The BOT, EOT, and the Reel Sensor do not work and the VCR deck can be operated without a cassette tape.)In case of using a cassette tape, press the STOP/EJECT button to insert or eject a cassette tape.Turn on the power and re-check the cable before checking the trouble points.D1-1


MECHANICAL ADJUSTMENTS1. CONFIRMATION AND ADJUSTMENTRead the following NOTES before starting work.• Place an object which weighs between 450g~500g on theCassette Tape to keep it steady when you want to makethe tape run without the Cassette Holder. (Do not place anobject which weighs over 500g.)1-1: CONFIRMATION AND ADJUSTMENT OF REELDISK HEIGHT1. Turn on the power and set to the STOP mode.2. Set the master plane (JG022) and reel disk heightadjustment jig (JG024A) on the mechanism framework,taking care not to scratch the drum, as shown in Fig. 1-1-A.3. While turning the reel and confirm the following points.Check if the surface "A" of reel disk is lower than thesurface "B" of reel disk height adjustment jig (JG024A)and is higher than the surface "C". If it is not passed,place the height adjustment washers and adjust to 10(+2,-0)mm.4. Adjust the other reel in the same way.1-2: CONFIRMATION AND ADJUSTMENT OF TENSIONPOST POSITION1. Set to the PLAY mode.2. Adjust the adjusting section for the Tension Arm positionso that the Tension Arm top is within the standard line ofMain Chassis.3. While turning the S Reel clockwise, confirm that the edgeof the Tension Arm is located in the position describedabove.Standard line of Main ChassisTension Arm0.5mm (Adjusting range)Adjusting section for theTension Arm positionFig. 1-2-AMaster Plane (JG022)Tension BandReel Disk Height Adjustment Jig(JG024A)The Tension Arm top willmove to the inside directionof the Main Chassis.BendThe Tension Arm top willmove to the outside directionof the Main Chassis.Fig. 1-2-B1-3: CONFIRMATION OF PLAYBACK TORQUE ANDBACK TENSION TORQUE DURING PLAYBACKReel DiskReel Disk HeightAdjustment Jig(JG024A)Fig. 1-1-A1. Load a video tape (T-120) recorded in standard speed mode.Set the unit to the PLAY mode.2. Install the tentelometer (JG185) as shown in Fig. 1-3. Confirmthat the meter indicates 20 ± 2gf in the beginning of playback.• USING A CASSETTE TYPE TORQUE TAPE (KT-300NR)10(+0.2, -0)mmMaster Plane (JG022)(B)(C)1. After confirmation and adjustment of Tension Postposition (Refer to item 1-2), load the cassette type torquetape (KT-300NR) and set to the PLAY mode.2. Confirm that the right meter of the torque tape indicates50~90gf•cm during playback in SP mode.3. Confirm that the left meter of the torque tape indicates25~40gf•cm during playback in SP mode.Height AdjustmentWasher2.6x4.7xT0.132.6X4.7xT0.25(A)Fig. 1-1-BTentelometer(JG185)Video TapeP1 PostGuide RollerFig. 1-3D2-1


MECHANICAL ADJUSTMENTS1-4: CONFIRMATION OF VSR TORQUE1. Install the Torque Gauge (JG002F) and Adapter (JG002B)on the S Reel. Set to the Picture Search (Rewind) mode.(Refer to Fig.1-4-B)2. Then, confirm that it indicates 120~180gf•cm.NOTEInstall the Torque Gauge on the reel disk firmly. Press theREW button to turn the reel disk.1-5: CONFIRMATION OF REEL BRAKE TORQUE(S Reel Brake) (Refer to Fig. 1-4-B)1. Once set to the Fast Forward mode then set to the Stopmode. While, unplug the AC cord when the Pinch RollerBlock is on the position of Fig. 1-4-A.2. Move the Idler Ass'y from the S Reel.3. Install the Torque Gauge (JG002F) and Adapter(JG002B) on the S Reel. Turn the Torque Gauge(JG002F) clockwise.4. Then, confirm that it indicates 60~100gf•cm.(T Reel Brake) (Refer to Fig. 1-4-B)1. Once set to the Fast Forward mode then set to the Stopmode. While, unplug the AC cord when the Pinch RollerBlock is on the position of Fig. 1-4-A.2. Move the Idler Ass'y from the T Reel.3. Install the Torque Gauge (JG002E) and Adapter(JG002B) on the T reel. Turn the Torque Gauge(JG002E) counterclockwise.4. Then, confirm that it indicates 30~50gf•cm.Stop at this position.The position atSTOP mode.Capstan DD UnitThe position at FF mode.Torque Gauge/Adapter(JG002F/JG002B)Cassette Holder Ass'yPinch Roller BlockTorque Gauge/Adapter(JG002E/JG002B)CassetteOpenerFig. 1-4-ANOTEIf the torque is out of the range, replace the following parts.Check item1-41-5Replacement PartIdler Ass'y/Clutch Ass'yS Reel side: S Reel/Tension Band/TensionConnect/Tension Arm Ass'yT Reel side: T Reel/T Brake Band//T BrakeSpring/T Brake Arm2. CONFIRMATION AND ADJUSTMENTOF TAPE RUNNING MECHANISMTape Running Mechanism is adjusted precisely at thefactory. Adjustment is not necessary as usual. When youreplace the parts of the tape running mechanism because oflong term usage or failure, the confirmation and adjustmentare necessary.2-1: GUIDE ROLLER1. Playback the VHS Alignment Tape.2. Connect CH-1 of the oscilloscope to TP4501 (Envelope)and CH-2 to TP102 (SW Pulse).3. Press and hold the Digital Tracking button on the remotecontrol more than 2 seconds to set tracking to center.4. Trigger with SW Pulse and observe the envelope. (Referto Fig. 2-1-A)5. When observing the envelope, adjust the Taper Nut Driverslightly until the envelope will be flat.Even if you press the Tracking Button, adjust so thatflatness is not moved so much.6. Adjust so that the A : B ratio is better than 3 : 2 as shownin Fig. 2-1-B, even if you press the Tracking Button tomove the envelope (The envelope waveform will begin todecrease when you press the Tracking Button).7. Adjust the PG shifter during playback.(Refer to the ELECTRICAL ADJUSTMENTS)NOTEAfter adjustment, confirm and adjust A/C head.(Refer to item 2-2)CH-1Envelope(TP4501)CH-2SW Pulse (TP102)CH-1TrackCH-2TrackFig. 2-1-AEntranceExitS ReelMax A MaxBT ReelFig. 1-4-BA : B ≥ 3 : 2Fig. 2-1-BD2-2


MECHANICAL ADJUSTMENTS2-2: CONFIRMATION AND ADJUSTMENT OF AUDIO/CONTROL HEADWhen the Tape Running Mechanism does not work well,adjust the following items.1. Playback the VHS Alignment Tape.2. Confirm that the reflected picture of stamp mark isappeared on the tape prior to P4 Cap as shown in Fig. 2-2-A.a) When the reflected picture is distorted, turn the screw1 clockwise until the distortion is disappeared.b) When the reflected picture is not distorted, turn thescrew 1 counterclockwise until little distortion isappeared, then adjust the a).3. Turn the screw 2 to set the audio level to maximum.4. Confirm that the bottom of the Audio/ Control Head andthe bottom of the tape is shown in Fig. 2-2-C.c) When the height is not correct, turn the screw 3 toadjust the height. Then, adjust the 1~3 again.2-3: TAPE RUNNING ADJUSTMENT(X VALUE ADJUSTMENT)1. Confirm and adjust the height of the Reel Disk.(Refer to item 1-1)2. Confirm and adjust the position of the Tension Post.(Refer to item 1-2)3. Adjust the Guide Roller. (Refer to item 2-1)4. Confirm and adjust the Audio/Control Head.(Refer to item 2-2)5. Connect CH-1 of the oscilloscope to TP102, CH-2 toTP4501 and CH-3 to HOT side of Audio Out Jack.6. Playback the VHS Alignment Tape.7. Press and hold the Digital Tracking button on the remotecontrol more than 2 seconds to set tracking to center.8. Set the X Value adjustment driver (JG153) to the 4 ofFig. 2-2-B. Adjust X value so that the envelope waveformoutput becomes maximum. Check if the relation betweenAudio and Envelope waveform becomes (1) or (2) of Fig.2-3.Audio/Control HeadReflected picture ofStamp MarkEnvelopeP4 CapCH-3Audio(1)(2)Fig. 2-3Stamp MarkFig. 2-2-AAudio/Control Head3124Fig. 2-2-BAudio/Control HeadTape0.25±0.05mmFig. 2-2-CD2-3


MECHANICAL ADJUSTMENTS3. MECHANISM ADJUSTMENT PARTS LOCATION GUIDE453627110981. Tension Connect2. Tension Arm3. Guide Roller4. Audio/Control Head5. X value adjustment driver hole6. P4 Post7. T Brake Spring8. T Reel9. S Reel10. Adjusting section for the Tension Arm positionD2-4


ELECTRICAL ADJUSTMENTS1. BEFORE MAKING ELECTRICALADJUSTMENTSRead and perform these adjustments when repairing thecircuits or replacing electrical parts or PCB assemblies.CAUTION• Use an isolation transformer when performing any serviceon this chassis.• Before removing the anode cap, discharge electricitybecause it contains high voltage.• When removing a PCB or related component, afterunfastening or changing a wire, be sure to put the wireback in its original position.• When you exchange IC and Transistor with a heat sink,apply silicon grease on the contact section of the heatsink. Before applying new silicon grease, remove all theold silicon grease. (Old grease may cause damages to theIC and Transistor).Prepare the following measurement tools for electricaladjustments.1. Oscilloscope2. Digital Voltmeter3. Multi-sound Generator4. Pattern GeneratorOn-Screen Display Adjustment1.2.3.4.Set the VOLUME to minimum.Press the VOL. DOWN button on the set and theChannel button (9) on the remote control for more than 2seconds to appear the adjustment mode on the screen asshown in Fig. 1-1.Fig. 1-1Use the Channel UP/DOWN button or Channel button (0-9) on the remote control to select the options shown inFig. 1-2.Press the MENU button on the remote control to end theadjustments.TV00 OSD H 042. BASIC ADJUSTMENTS(VCR SECTION)Fig. 1-22-1: PG SHIFTER1. Connect CH-1 on the oscilloscope to TP102 and CH-2 toCP4504.2. Playback the alignment tape.3. Press both VOL. DOWN button on the set and theChannel button (5) on the remote control for more than 2seconds to set tracking to center.4. Press the VOL. DOWN button on the set and the channelbutton (3) on the remote control for more than 2 secondsuntil the indicator REC disappears. If the indicator RECdisappears, adjustment is completed.(If the above adjustments doesn't work well:)5.6.NO.000102030405060708091011121314151617181920FUNCTIONOSD HOSD CH.POSIH.BLK LH.BLK RV.SIZEV.POSIV. LINVS.CORRV.COMPR.BIASG.BIASB.BIASR.DRVG.DRVB.DRVBRI CENTBRI MAXBRI MINCONT CENTPress the VOL. DOWN button on the set and the channelbutton (3) on the remote control for more than 2 secondsuntil the indicator REC disappears.When the REC indicator is blinking, press both VOL.DOWN button on the set and the channel button (4) onthe remote control for more than 2 seconds and adjustthe Tracking +/- button until the arising to the down ofHead Switching Pulse becomes 6.5 ± 0.5H.(Refer to Fig. 2-1-A, B)6.5HNO.21222324252627282930313233343536373888FUNCTIONCONT MAXCONT MINCOL CENTCOL. MAXCOL. MINTINTSHARPSUB BIASH. SIZEPARABOLATRAPEZIUMCOR TOPCOR BTMH. COMPT.STEH. FREQREAD DATACH-2CH-1Fig. 2-1-ACH-2CH-16.5HFig. 2-1-BD3-1


ELECTRICAL ADJUSTMENTS(TV SECTION)2-2: CONSTANT VOLTAGE1.2.3.4.Place the set in AV MODE without signal.Using the remote control, set the brightness and contrast tonormal position.Connect the digital voltmeter to TP401.Adjust the VR1701 until the digital voltmeter is 115 ± 0.5V.2-3: CUT OFF1. Adjust the unit to the following settings.R.BIAS=127, G.BIAS=127, B.BIAS=127, R.DRV=63,B.DRV=63, G.DRV=072. Place the set in Aging Test for more than 15 minutes.3. Place the set in AV MODE without signal.4. Using the remote control, set the brightness and contrastto normal position.5. Activate the adjustment mode display of Fig. 1-1 andpress the channel button (02) on the remote control toselect "CUT OFF".6. Adjust the Screen Volume until a dim raster is obtained.2-4: WHITE BALANCENOTE: Adjust after performing CUT OFF adjustment.1.2.3.4.5.6.7.2-5: FOCUS1.2.3.Place the set in Aging Test for more than 15 minutes.Receive the gray scale pattern from the PatternGenerator.Using the remote control, set the brightness and contrastto normal position.Activate the adjustment mode display of Fig. 1-1 andpress the channel button (11) on the remote control toselect "R.BIAS".Press the CH. UP/DOWN button on the remote control toselect the "R.BIAS", "G.BIAS", "B.BIAS", "R.DRV" or"B. DRV".Adjust the VOL. UP/DOWN button on the remote controlto whiten the R.BIAS, G.BIAS, B.BIAS, R.DRV, B.DRV,and G.DRV at each step tone sections equally.Perform the above adjustments 5 and 6 until the whitecolor is achieved.Receive the monoscope pattern.Turn the Focus Volume fully counterclockwise once.Adjust the Focus Volume until picture is distinct.2-6: HORIZONTAL POSITION1.2.3.4.Receive the monoscope pattern.Using the remote control, set the brightness and contrastto normal position.Activate the adjustment mode display of Fig. 1-1 andpress the channel button (03) on the remote control toselect "H.POSI".Press the VOL. UP/DOWN button on the remote controluntil the SHIFT quantity of the OVER SCAN on right andleft becomes minimum.2-7: VERTICAL POSITION1.2.3.4.5.Receive the monoscope pattern.Using the remote control, set the brightness and contrastto normal position.Activate the adjustment mode display of Fig. 1-1 andpress the channel button (07) on the remote control toselect "V.POSI".Check if the step No. V.POSI is "02".Adjust the VR401 until the horizontal line becomes fitto notch of the shadow mask. (Refer to Fig. 2-2)2-8: VERTICAL SIZE1.2.3.4.Receive the monoscope pattern.Using the remote control, set the brightness and contrastto normal position.Activate the adjustment mode display of Fig. 1-1 andpress the channel button (06) on the remote control toselect "V.SIZE".Press the VOL. UP/DOWN button on the remote controluntil the Up/Down OVER SCAN Quantity becomes 10 ±2%.2-9: VERTICAL LINEARITYNOTE: Adjust after performing adjustments in section 2-8.After the adjustment of Vertical Linearity, reconfirmthe Vertical Position and Vertical Size adjustments.1.2.3.4.Receive the monoscope pattern.Using the remote control, set the brightness and contrastto normal position.Activate the adjustment mode display of Fig. 1-1 andpress the channel button (08) on the remote control toselect "V.LIN".Press the VOL. UP/DOWN button on the remote controluntil the SHIFT quantity of the OVER SCAN on upsideand downside becomes minimum.2-10: OSD HORIZONTAL1.2.horizontal line;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;NotchShadow maskFig. 2-2Activate the adjustment mode display of Fig. 1-1.Press the VOL. UP/DOWN button on the remote controluntil the difference of A and B becomes minimum.(Refer to Fig. 2-3)D3-2


ELECTRICAL ADJUSTMENTSTV2-11: BRIGHT CENTER1.2.3.4.5.6.7.8.9.A00 OSD H 04Receive the monoscope pattern. (RF Input)Using the remote control, set the brightness and contrastto normal position.Activate the adjustment mode display of Fig. 1-1 andpress the channel button (17) on the remote control toselect "BRI CENT".Press the VOL. UP/DOWN button on the remote controluntil the white 0% is starting to be visibleReceive the monoscope pattern. (Audio Video Input)Press the INPUT SELECT button on the remote controlto set to the AV mode. Then perform the aboveadjustments 2~4.Press the DVD button on the remote control to set to theDVD mode.Activate the adjustment mode display of Fig. 1-1 andpress the channel button (17) on the remote control toselect "BRI CENT".Press the VOL. UP/DOWN button on the remote controlto set the same step numbers as the AV mode.2-12: TINT1.2.3.4.5.6.7.8.9.10.BFig. 2-3Receive the color bar pattern. (RF Input)Using the remote control, set the brightness, contrast,color and tint to normal position.Connect the oscilloscope to TP801.Activate the adjustment mode display of Fig. 1-1 andpress the channel button (26) on the remote control toselect "TINT".Press the VOL. UP/DOWN button on the remote controluntil the section "A" becomes a straight line(Refer to Fig. 2-4).Receive the color bar pattern. (Audio Video Input)Press the INPUT SELECT button on the remote controlto set to the AV mode. Then perform the aboveadjustments 2~5.Press the DVD button on the remote control to set to theDVD mode.Activate the adjustment mode display of Fig. 1-1 andpress the channel button (26) on the remote control toselect "TINT".Press the VOL. UP/DOWN button on the remote controlto set the same step numbers as the AV mode.2-13: COLOR CENTER1. Receive the color bar pattern. (RF Input)2. Using the remote control, set the brightness, contrast,color and tint to normal position.3. Connect the oscilloscope to TP803.4. Activate the adjustment mode display of Fig. 1-1 andpress the channel button (23) on the remote control toselect "COL CENT".5. Adjust the VOLTS RANGE VARIABLE knob of theoscilloscope until the range between white 100% and 0%is set to 4 scales on the screen of the oscilloscope.6. Press the VOL. UP/DOWN button on the remote controluntil the red color level is adjusted to 110 ± 5% of thewhite level. (Refer to Fig. 2-5)7. Receive the color bar pattern. (Audio Video Input)8. Press the INPUT SELECT button on the remote controlto set to the AV mode. Then perform the aboveadjustments 2~6.9. Press the DVD button on the remote control to set to theDVD mode.10. Activate the adjustment mode display of Fig. 1-1 andpress the channel button (23) on the remote control toselect "COL CENT".11. Press the VOL. UP/DOWN button on the remote controlto set the same step numbers as the AV mode.White 100%"A"White 0%Red Level110%Fig. 2-4Fig. 2-5D3-3


2-14: CONTRAST MAX1. Activate the adjustment mode display of Fig. 1-1 andpress the channel button (21) on the remote control toselect "CONT MAX".2. Press the VOL. UP/DOWN button on the remote controluntil the contrast step No. becomes "79".3. Receive a broadcast and check if the picture is normal.4. Press the INPUT SELECT button on the remote control toset to the AV mode.5. Activate the adjustment mode display of Fig. 1-1 andpress the channel button (21) on the remote control toselect "CONT MAX".6. Press the VOL. UP/DOWN button on the remote controluntil the contrast step No. becomes "79".7. Receive a broadcast and check if the picture is normal.8. Press the DVD button on the remote control to set to theDVD mode.9. Activate the adjustment mode display of Fig. 1-1 andpress the channel button (21) on the remote control toselect "CONT MAX".10. Press the VOL. UP/DOWN button on the remote control toset the same step numbers as the AV mode.2-15: Confirmation of Fixed Value (step No.)Please check if the fixed values of each adjustmentitem is set correctly referring below.NO.010405091018192022242527282930313233343538FUNCTIONOSD CONTRASTH. BLK LH. BLK RVS CORRECTIONV. COMPBRIGHTNESS (MAX)BRIGHTNESS (MIN)CONTRAST (CENT)CONTRAST (MIN)COLOR (MAX)COLOR (MIN)SHARPNESSSUB BIASEAST/WEST DCEAST/WEST AMPEAST/WEST TILTEAST/WEST COR. TOPEAST/WEST COR. BTMH. SIZE COMPTEST STEREOH. FREQRF0302021503601540151270025000000000000000063ELECTRICAL ADJUSTMENTSAV0302031503601540151270025000000000000000063DVD0302031503601540151270025000000000000000063D3-4


ELECTRICAL ADJUSTMENTS3. PURITY AND CONVERGENCEADJUSTMENTSNOTE1.2.3.3-1: STATIC CONVERGENCE (ROUGH ADJUSTMENT)1.2.3.4.5.6.7.8.Turn the unit on and let it warm up for at least 30minutes before performing the following adjustments.Place the CRT surface facing east or west to reduce theterrestrial magnetism.Turn ON the unit and demagnetize with a Degauss Coil.Tighten the screw for the magnet. Refer to the adjustedCRT for the position. (Refer to Fig. 3-1)If the deflection yoke and magnet are in one body,untighten the screw for the body.Receive the green raster pattern from the color bargenerator.Slide the deflection yoke until it touches the funnelside of the CRT.Adjust center of screen to green, with red and blue on thesides, using the pair of purity magnets.Switch the color bar generator from the green rasterpattern to the crosshatch pattern.Combine red and blue of the 3 color crosshatch patternon the center of the screen by adjusting the pair of4 pole magnets.Combine red/blue (magenta) and green by adjusting thepair of 6 pole magnets.Adjust the crosshatch pattern to change to whiteby repeating steps 6 and 7.3-2: PURITYNOTEAdjust after performing adjustments in section 3-1.1. Receive the green raster pattern from color bargenerator.2. Adjust the pair of purity magnets to center thecolor on the screen.Adjust the pair of purity magnets so the color at theends are equally wide.3. Move the deflection yoke backward (to neck side)slowly, and stop it at the position when the wholescreen is green.4. Confirm red and blue colors.5. Adjust the slant of the deflection yoke while watching thescreen, then tighten the fixing screw.DEFLECTION YOKEDEFLECTION YOKE SCREWMAGNET SCREW3-3: STATIC CONVERGENCENOTEAdjust after performing adjustments in section 3-2.1. Receive the crosshatch pattern from the color bargenerator.2. Combine red and blue of the 3 color crosshatch patternon the center of the screen by adjusting the pair of4 pole magnets.3. Combine red/blue (magenta) and green by adjusting thepair of 6 pole magnets.3-4: DYNAMIC CONVERGENCENOTEAdjust after performing adjustments in section 3-3.1. Adjust the differences around the screen by movingthe deflection yoke upward/downward and right/left.(Refer to Fig. 3-2-a)2. Insert three wedges between the deflection yoke andCRT funnel to fix the deflection yoke.(Refer to Fig. 3-2-b)RGBR G BWEDGERGBUPWARD/DOWNWARD SLANTFig. 3-2-aWEDGEWEDGE POSITIONFig. 3-2-bWEDGER G BRIGHT/LEFT SLANT6 POLE MAGNETS4 POLE MAGNETSPURITY MAGNETSFig. 3-1D3-5


ELECTRICAL ADJUSTMENTS4. ELECTRICAL ADJUSTMENT PARTS LOCATION GUIDE (WIRING CONNECTION)CRTCP001VR1701CRTCD001CD401CP820VR401CP851ACP852AFB401CD852CD801CP801CRT PCBR802TP801R810J801TP803 R805TP802CP853B CP852BAC INCD1702S1701BCP1702TP401S1701ATV MT PCBCD3001CP402CP353CRTCD353TU001J8007CP4502CP3001CD3002CP603SPEAKER(SP353)CD603CP4503CD4503FE HEADCD4502CP8002CP351CD351AC HEADTP5501TP4501TP102CP4504SPEAKER(SP351)CD8101J2201J2202J2203J2204CP8001OS2201VCR MT PCBCP8101CP2303CP2302DVD DECKCD4002CP2301DVD MT PCBCD2001CD2301CD2302D3-6


DVD BLOCK DIAGRAMFLASH 8MIC4007SST39VF1601-70-4C-EKE16M SDRAMIC4009M12L16161A-7TGDVD LOADERDM3SPick upLoadingMotorDVD/CD, DVD_LD, CD_LD, VCRF, A, B, C, D, E, F , DVD/CDPDHOME, TIN SW, TOUT SWHA0~HA19,HD0~HD15SDD0~SDD15MPEG/MICON/DSP/RF_AMPIC4001ZR36862PQCG-BSDA0~SDA101.9V3.3VREG+3.3V/1.9V ICIC4003BA33E00WHFP-TRDVD IN/OUTCD4002TXRXUNREG+3.8VP.CON+A5V3487P.CON+6V 6SPDIF 11UREG+3.8V 9Spindle/SledMotorTR+/–, FO+/–SPDL+/–, SLED+/–LD+/–MOTOR DRIVEIC2301LA6565VR-TLM-ESPINDLE, SLED_PWMTRACK, FOCUS_PWMSPDL_SENS+/–DRVSB, TRAY_OPEN/CLOSEX400127MHzMD, MC, MLASDATA0,AMCLK,ABCLK,ALRCLKDAC_B, C, DDVD IN/OUTCP8101DVD RESETYC (CVBS)1153CVBS 1AUDIO-L 7AUDIO-R 9ZERO 10STEREO DACIC8102PCM1753DBQRDVD AUDIO LDVD AUDIO RE-1 E-2


Y/C/AUDIO/HEAD AMP BLOCK DIAGRAMX45013.579545MHzREGULATORP. CON + 5V_AY/C/AUDIO/HEAD AMP ICIC4501LA71205M-MPBQ4509BUFFER23 44 52 68 7750 49413937CYLCP4501123456789Hi-Fi/DEMODULATOREP/LP-CH2 (L)EP/LP_COMEP/LP-CH1 (R)SP-CH2 (L)SP_COMSP-CH1 (R)HF2HF-COMHF1HF1HF-COMHF2CP45031 FE HEAD (HOT)FE HEAD 2 FE HEAD (GND)Q4506AMP6766657273749786LHREC AMPH.SWHH.AMPSWLHH.SWLAUTO BIAS11PB.EPFMAGCTIMMINGRDELAYPBFM-EQVX01PBPHASE-EQEQAMPAGCAMPRRECFM-EQPPULLKILC-LPFGCADOUBLELIMDRIVERB-UPAMPACCAMPMUTEFMMODOUTCCDMainCONVPWCDCCLAMP3.58MBPF25 4 3 2 1080 78 76PRKILB.D.FMDEMRALCDET3.58MBPF1PBAMPLINEAMPLPFALCNLEMPHAV/ICONVSUBLPFY-LPF32V-AGC30DETALENH28PPRSYNCSEPPRYNR/COMBN.L.DEEMNC1Y/C MIXPRR1/2FBCCharaINS.6dBSERIALDECODERCLAMPVCACLAMPAUDIOMUTEH.AMP SWC ROTRF SW INENV DETCOMPOUT55545322213634585759602426Q4511BUFFERY/C_CSY/C_DATAY/C_CLKP.CON+8VH. AMP_SW1C. ROTARYH. SWVCR_A_MUTEENV. DETVIDEO OUTCOMPDUMMY_V. SYNCY/C_VIDEOY/C_VIDEOV.SYNCMICONREGULATORMICONCHROMA/IFCP4502HEADAUDIOCONTROL654321AUDIO RECAUDIO PBCTL+CTL-AE HEAD(+)AE HEAD(-)COIL, BIAS OSCL45025 234 1Q4505BIAS CTLQ4504BIAS OSCFRONT_V_INTUNER_VIDEOFSCNORMAL_AY/C_AUDIOIN/OUTHi-Fi/DEMODULATORDVD_VIDEODVD IN/OUTQ4501, Q4502Q4503AUDIO PB SWSWV.REC_ST_HCTL+MICONCTL-E-3 E-4


MICON BLOCK DIAGRAMCHROMA/IF VCR_POWER_HSYSCON/TIMER/SERVOIC101 OEC8078AV.REC_ST_HVCR_A_MUTEREGULATOR VCR_POWER_H92 VCR_POWER_ON-HHIFI_ENV 88HIFI_ENVTVPOWER_FAILQ114HIFI_H.SW 26 HIFI_H.SWBUFFER1 POWER FAILQ116ST_SELECT 87ST_SELECTAV_SW1AV_SW7 AV_SW1TV_POWER_ON-H 56 TV_POWER_HSOUND AMP CVIN 49VOL_PWM31 VOL_PWMOSC0 37X10215 RXOSCI 38 14.31818MHzVIDEO OUT16 TXCVN2 50 Y/C VIDEORXX10141 X0DUMMY.V.SYNC 24DUMMY_V.SYNCDVD IN/OUTTX32.768KHz40 XIH.SW 23H.SWDVD RESET95 DVD RESETC_ROTARY 98C.ROTARYT-REC_LED90 T-REC LEDY/C CS 12Y/C_CSREC_LED91 REC/OTR LEDVCR.A.MUTE 54VCR_A_MUTEIN/OUTKEY-B81 KEY-BH.AMP SW1 99H.AMP_SW1KEY-A80 KEY-AV.REC START-H 93V.REC_ST_HREMOCON_IN5 REMOCON INENV.DET 89 ENV.DETBOT SENSORQ101CAPSTANDD UNITREGULATORCP10111 CYL FG/PG12 CYL CTL10 LDM CTL5 I LIMIT9 CAP CTL1 CAP FG4 CAP.M F/R2 CAP VCO8 LD/CY_VCO3 VCCAT+12VDVD_HP.CON+5V_CAT+5VCENT LEDD101MS_SEN BQ104EOT SENSORQ1032AT+5VREEL SENSQ1083 41 2Q1023 4CENT LED SW2 14 31REGULATORMS_SEN AQ1052 14 3P.CON+5V_CREEL SENSQ10779 BOT84 EOT294382REEL-SREEL-T58 CYL SPEED UP65 CYL_FG/PG34 DRUM PWM78 LDM CTL32 CAP FULL33 CAP PWM21 CAP LIMIT67 FGF64 CAP_F/R278351CENT_LED_CTLDVD_HMS SEN-AMS SEN-BVDD2CTL(+) 74CTL(-) 75Y/C DATA 13DEGAUSS_H 60AFT 85SCL 18SDA17SW101TAB SW 97 TAB SWIC103PST3231NRRESET 25 1 SYSTEM2RESETEEPROMIC199AT24C04N-10SU-2.765CTL+CTL-Y/C_DATAY/C CLK 11Y/C_CLKCOMP 100 COMPEMERGENCY 86 EMERGENCYSCLSDATV_POWER_HDEGAUSS_HPROTECT 94 PROTECTAFTBACKUP+5VVDD 36R 61OSD_RG 62OSD_GBBLK6359OSD_BOSD_YHSYNC 46 H.SYNCVSYNC 45V.SYNCTV_POWER_HTV_MUTE 20 TV_A_MUTESCLSDASCLSDASDASCLTV_POWER_HHi-Fi/DEMODULATORIN/OUTY/C/AUDIO/HEAD AMPTVIN/OUTCHROMA/IFHi-Fi/DEMODULATORREGULATORCHROMA/IFSOUND AMPE-5 E-6


IN/OUT BLOCK DIAGRAMREWOPEN/CLOSESTOP/EJECTVOL DOWNPLAYFFVOL UPREW SKIPHEADPHONE JACKJ22013MICONKEY_AKEY_BREC/OTRCH.DOWNCH.UPSTOPPLAYFF SKIPPOWER42657SOUND_R+SOUND_L+SP_OUT_RSP_OUT_LSOUND AMPREGULATORAT+5VLED D2205REC/OTRQ2201REC LED SWFRONT VIDEO JACKJ22022FRONT_V_INY/C/AUDIO/HEAD AMPLED D2207POWEROS2201LED D2206T-RECQ2202POWER LEDSWQ2203T-REC LEDSWFRONT AUDIO L JACKJ22032FRONT AUDIO R JACKJ22042FRONT_A_IN_LFRONT_A_IN_RHi-Fi/DEMODULATORREMOCON_IN13MICONTV_POWER_HT-REC_LEDDVD IN/OUTREC_LEDSPDIF_134Q8002D AUDIODRIVERCOAXIALJ80072TU001115-V-KA35ARH1715141211103P.CON+5VAT+30VREGULATORSCLSDAAFTMICONTUNER_AUDIOHi-Fi/DEMODULATORTUNER_VIDEOY/C/AUDIO/HEAD AMPE-7 E-8


CHROMA/IF BLOCK DIAGRAMCHROMA ICIC601LA76319NM-MPB-EPROTECTMICONY/C/AUDIO/HEAD AMPV_SYNCOSD_ROSD_G60575636 P.CON+5VX601Q6023.579545MHz35SPOT_L_SWMICONOSD_BOSD_YV.SYNCVCR_POWER_HSDASCLH.SYNC555443515059611132110V REG.IC602 KIA78L10F-RTF13MOTOR+12V8.5V REGP.CON+8VREGULATORDVD IN/OUTDVD_Y/C_CDVD_Y/C_Y40302514CUT OFFR.OUTY/C/AUDIO/HEAD AMPY/C_VIDEO71516191023G.OUTB.OUTSPOT_LV.OUTAFCABCLH.OUTTVP.CON+5VE-9 E-10


SOUND AMP BLOCK DIAGRAMSOUND AMP ICIC302 AN7522N15 9 6 8212 410TVSOUND+BSOUND_R+SOUND_L+SP_OUT_LIN/OUTSP_OUT_RTV_A_MUTEQ301MUTESPEAKERSP353MICONTV_POWER_HVOL_PWMAV_SW1SW_AUDIO_OUT_L/RSPEAKERSP351DVD IN/OUTZEROMUTE SWQ304, Q305E-11 E-12


Hi-Fi/AUDIO/HEAD AMP/DEM ICIC5501AN3663FBP571453429295948564328242122456261HIFI_H.SWTUNER_AUDIOST_SELECTHF2HF_COMFSCHF1Y/C_AUDIONORMAL_AIN/OUTMICONY/C/AUDIO/HEAD AMP515840P.CON+12VP.CON+5V_AINPUT SWAMPAMPRFCOUTPUTSWPNRBPFFM LIMDEMBLOCKAMPAMPAGCLOGICVCO-FOADJLOGIC25DBXNOISEREDUCTIONL/RMIXRECLPFVCO42Hi-Fi/DEMODULATOR BLOCK DIAGRAM13DVD_A_OUT_LDVD_A_OUT_RDVD IN/OUTREGULATORFRONT_A_IN_RFRONT_A_IN_LAUDIO_OUT_LAUDIO_OUT_RNCIN/OUTHIFI_ENVV.REC_ST_H2736VCR_A_MUTESCLSDAE-13 E-14


DVD IN/OUT BLOCK DIAGRAMDVDCP8001DVD_RESETTXMICON3TXRX46RXP.CON+6VP.CON+6V_DH789P.CON+5VUNREG+3.8VUNREG+3.8VP.CON+5V_DDVD+3.8VREGULATOR11SPDIF-134SPDIF-134IN/OUTDVDCP8002246810DVD_RESETAUDIO-RAUDIO-LYC (CVBS)MIXERIC8004 NJM4580M (TE1)5371DVD_A_OUT_RDVD_A_OUT_LHi-Fi/DEMODULATOR12 CVBS3 ZERODVD_Y/C_YDVD_Y/C_CCHROMA/IFAUDIO SWIC8001/IC8002MM1501XNRE46DVD_VIDEOZERO2 SW_AUDIO_OUT_L/RAUDIO_OUT_L/RY/C/AUDIO/HEAD AMPSOUND AMPHi-Fi/DEMODULATORE-15 E-16


REGULATOR BLOCK DIAGRAMAT+5V OUTIC3005KIA7805API13BACKUP+5VAT+5VDVD_HAT+12VMICONP.CON+5V_A OUTIC3003KIA278R05PIP.CON+5V OUTIC3004KIA278R05PIP.CON+5V_D OUTIC3001KIA278R05PIP.CON+6V_D OUTIC3002KIA278R06PIVCR_POWER_HP.CON+5V_C1 2 41 2 41 2 41 2 4P.CON+5VAT+5VIN/OUTTVUNREG+8VMOTOR+12VUNREG+5.4VQ3015Q3001P.CON SWP.CON+12VP.CON+5V_AHi-Fi/DEMODULATOR+BT-REC_HBUFFERQ3002P.CON8V SWP.CON+5V_AP.CON+8VY/C/AUDIO/HEAD AMPQ3010P.CON5V_CSWQ3005MICONTV_POWER_HQ3012SWQ3007P.CON12VSWQ30043.3V CTL3.3V OUTQ30063.3V CTL+30V IN/OUTP.CON+5V_DP.CON+6V_DHDVD+3.8VDVD IN/OUTP.CON+5V8.5V REGP.CON+8VMOTOR+12VCHROMA/IFE-17 E-18


TV BLOCK DIAGRAMMOTOR+12V21DEGAUSS RELAYRY1701Q1701RELAYSW+BUNREG+8VUNREG+5.4VT-REC_HREGULATOR34AC INCD1702L1703DEGAUSS COILF1701D1722, D1723D1711, D1705TRANSFORMERSWITCHINGT1701DEGAUSS_HPOWER_FAILMICON18Q1707FEED BACKSWITCHINGFEED BACKIC1701PS2561AL1-1-V (W)2 3Q1705, Q1706SWITCHING85171410211VR1701+B ADJ.SOUND +BSOUND AMPV.OUTPUTIC401 LA78040N-E71 5 2Q402SWQ806RED AMPQ805GREEN AMPQ804BLUE AMPCUT OFFR.OUTG.OUTB.OUTSPOT_LCHROMA/IFP.CON+5VCHROMA/IFV.OUTAFCABCLH.OUTQ403H_VOLT_SWT401Q405H.DRIVE 36Q404H_VOLT_SW1Q406H.OUTPUTDYFB40113FBT2FSJ801397F84V801CRTQ401PROTECTDRIVE109 7HVMICONTV_POWER_HEMERGENCYE-19 E-20


153105157R2303C2302C2303R2304C2313C2314_1C2310_1W818W820W819L8102L8104L8103C8104C8109C8110C8113C8126C8114C8125R8112R8113R2352R2353R2350R2351C8119_1R2342R2349C4038C4064C4062C4039R4041C4016R4053R4054C4017C4098X4001R4014L4001C4084_1C4078_1C4083_1C4067_1C4009_1C4053_1C4011_1C4071_1CP2303CP2302R4021R4020R4019R4025IC8102R4058R4027R4026R4071CD4002_1 CP8101_3C4021C4044IC4007C2341_1C2340_1R2306R2332Q2301R2340Q2302R2333C2348C4050C2328_1C2346_1C2343_1C2307 R2328R2325R2327R2326R2324R2334R2330R2337R2321R2319R2307R2305R2308R2301R2338IC4001R4063R4061R4060R4062R4051R4052C4096C4088C4085R4077R4078R4040R4001C4028 C4081R4069C4029W842R4024C4031R4005R4004R4003R4002C2327_1C2329_1C4068_1C4069_1C4070R2360B4002B4010IC4003R4009R4080C4032C2304R2355C4001R2335D2303D2304D8112C4100C4063C4090B4009W854W826W824W843IC2301C4089C8106C8112C8122D8111W807W804C8107IC4009R4059C4106C4074C4008W829C2309R4086C4109R2320R2310C8121CP2301_1C8111C8108C8120 B8103C4099R4037R4036C4072C4026C4034C4035R4012R4042R4018R4016C4065C4080C4097C4015C4052C4012C4075C4014B4003C2358R2323C2360C2359R2329B2302R2318R2341B2301C2331C2342C2347 C2332C4082C2326B2304B2303R2336C2357C2301C2306C4002C4033C4003C4056C4057C4004R4043R4022C4086C4010C4013B2305C4007B4001R4072C4030C4024C4025C4023C4022C4020C4019C4018C4027R4039B4008R2358R2357C2305R2309C4066R2313R2339R4045Q2305Q2303R2356R2359R2348C2315R2346Q2304R2347D4005D4004D4002D4003C4036B4016B4013B4012B4011B4018W836R2302C2365C4045C4046C4040C4041R4048C4047C8105R4070Q4004R4011R4013C4043C4042D4001C4091R4038W850C4095B4007B4005B4006C4077R4064C4076B4014C2318R4081R4087R4008W837PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARDSDVD MT (TOP SIDE) DVD MT (BOTTOM SIDE)F-1 F-2MPEGMOTORDME060ATOPREFLOWNTSC/PAL3S/05DME060A


SW2258OS2201SW2257 SW2254 SW2251 SW2255 SW2256 SW2203D2206 D2205 D2207Q104Q105Q101CP101CP4501D101Q107Q108SW2202 SW2205 SW2204 SW2201 SW2253 SW2252 SW2207 SW2206 J2204J2203J2202J2201SW101TP4501TP5501CP4503Q103CP601TU001C005TP102C5531C5533L5502_1C5528L5501C5502C5512C5507C5519W076X4501W045C4543R4559L4506C4550W057C4574W070C4571C4539C4540W124L4502Q4504C4511W040L4504R4512Q4505C4523C4548L4501C5559L5503W049W051C4532R4557C4565C4570C4568C4564C4566C4567C4558L4509_1C4545W802W120C4527CP4502C4547C4508C5545_1C5554C5530C5536W001C5551C5544C5542C5540C5523R2225R2226C2212C2210D2201R2223 R2227 B2201C2213W813R627R622R613W035R3006W110W033W032L601R630W005W028C611D605C619R616R618L602_1W025W026C612C603D601D602D603W037W104W837W003W002X601W030W036W029W086W106W109R3010 Q3002C3022W111B8001C8094D5501L8002X102X101R122C126C4581R4562 R4563L8001W018W020W016W023W022C8013W021W019W009C8006W017W011W013W007W008W061W060R4552W069W065W066R113W206W196W197W198W203W201W202W199W270C139W112W115D105D102W205W171W010L5504W056W052W053W054W058L4505W059W062W090W102W063W055W074W081W182W083W190W195W097W094W091W187W188W150W079W184W189W071W152W191W192W193W194W073W072W154W153W157W096W095W101C102W099W089W107W180W181W276W274W277W278R152W257CP8001CP8002CP603W273IC3002W204W271C3013W275W272HS3001Q3005L3001C3012C3008R3026HS301IC302HS3002IC3003D3008W043W044R3015C3009IC3004D3011Q3007C3023W042W155W170W260W262W267W268W161C119C122C113W140W143W176W240W158W159W237W238W241W264W265W239W833W160W234W235R115R116W173W169W156W165W164W162W247W248W251W166W168W236W177IC3001W129W130C3002C3025C3005W215W213W214C302C301C8005C8065W316C8102C8023C8004C8022R305R301W208W147W148R308R314W123W122W131W137W132W144W228W226W225W141W210R173C103_1C104R108W245W178W151W231W246W243W222W250W249C146R3021C3007C3006 R3004W211W224Q3010D3007C3016D3002R3020C3011W283R3009W822W287CP3001W281W279W286W304W303W298W299W296W297C3028R614R3003R3022W301W280R612W293W319W320W322W321W315W313W294W291W292W295W306W309W308W307R8022W212W219W218W220W221C141W244W266W269W259W263W256D103W232R124R128R105W254W108W087W253W854R4523R2212R2211C634D5502C8007W807W126W125W121W092W093W186W175W133C112W859C4572W230C8002W223R125W255CP351W285W024C5508C5514C5515C4529C4518W103W075W290W135W821R3024C602W179L001_1W877C3010C3017_1J8007R602R623W048W317W300W311CD3002W284W302W282W827C306C622C624W323W038R4530W098C3018R114W242W167W252C8003W328W329W068W064W067W330W331W332W338W339C3019W216W340W809L3005W004W334W335W337CP8003W333C4506W336W117W341W343W843W345W209W031W289W200C609W172W041W861W346CP4504_1W100W185R138W347W114W853W867_1W006W868W864IC3005R3030D3001D3004C4544C4576W183W127W876W856W119C2206C5505C5520C5524C5525C5526C5555_1C5564W349W348C307R603S804YC8001W350S804XW878W874W845W815W875W839W846W804W883W819W811W829W810W841W842W814W838W863W816W851W844W835W850C312C313W869R3032CC001PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARDSVCR MT (INSERTED PARTS)SOLDER SIDEF-3 F-4DME033A


1733491121416112651761733491DME033AC004C006 C001C5529C5527R5507R5509R5502C5503C5517R5506R5508R5519C5521R5501R5522C5509R5503 C5522C5511R5504R5514C5506C5510C5513C5563C5518C5538C5541C5549C4535C4538C4549C4546R4544C4561 C4556R4534C4555R4538R4539C5556R4560Q4509Q4511C4569C4573C4551C4553R4546C4557Q4503R4503R4536R4540R4532C4542R4533C4541R4531C4533C4537R4527R4529R4502Q4502Q4501R4501C4512R4508C4513C5557C5560C5552C5553R4511C5558C4517R4526C4536C4552C5550C4521C4524C4522C4514C4505R4513R4550R4505R4553R4520W812R4524R4509R4519C4534_1C4501R4521C5534C5501R5523C2201 R2206R2252R2208 R2253R2205R2204R2201 R2203 R2255 R2256R2251 R2254 R2257C2205Q2203Q2201Q2202C2208C2209C607R605R607C631C632C625C627R626R624R625C629C630R608C608C614R615C613C618C620R617Q605Q601R628C621R619C601R611R610R609C604C606C626C628C616C617C5562C2207R2202IC602C8008R8003C8010R8004Q8002R8005 R8013R8006C8095R8007C135 C132R176C130R129C133C125C123R118C127C156C121C167R177C116C114R112C4580IC8001IC8002R147Q116IC199_1R140R143C137R132R131R135IC103R136R133C136R4545R137R139R111Q102R150R149R148R164R160R159R171C131R2224Q3001R3007R3019C3027Q3006Q3004R3027C3003R3012R3013R3025Q3008Q3009R3023C3001C3014C109R110C118R4507Q4506Q3015 R304Q301C310Q302 Q303C309R313 R312R306R8020C8070R8049C8081R8056R8054R8023C8064C8090R8051R8047R8025R8024R8021R8027C8025R8026R8048C8079R8053R8052C8077R8050IC8004R316C321C308R310R106C120Q106R104C106R144C110C138R134C111C151Q3011R3005R3016R3011C3024R302Q3012R3002R634Q602R633R165R166Q114C101R101C107R123R109C115R117C124 C143C140C154R153R141C164C117C148C145C144R4522C2202C2203R4504C8017C8044C8019C8012R4528R4525R620C4579R4506C605C128Q112R3029R3001R8028R5517R5518C5546R5512R5513C5537IC5501IC4501R3031IC101R303IC601C4507Q304Q305R318Q306W351R311R317W862W834W849R103R156R4555R4510PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARDSVCR MT (CHIP MOUNTED PARTS)SOLDER SIDEF-5 F-6


PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARDSTV MT/CRTSOLDER SIDECD401CP001CP820HS1701C1731 W007D416Q1705R1721D1708R1737D409VR1701VR401R1724D412C410_1W804R1726W841W805R445D408W006CP852AC1718W851R442CAUTIONFOR SERVICE INFORMATION ABOUT CRITICALCOMPONENTS, SEE INSIDE BACK COVER.C1711R1710C1707D1720D1728R444TP403 TP402W806D1717D1729W812W809W021R407C1709R1731D1718C431_1R421C406D407R406R420C403R412C432R1729D1723R1717D1709R1714CP851AW004R450_2R1723C1705D1713IC401D402Q1706R490D1734R1715D1727C1730C1710_1R1722B1701HS401R467D413R1720D1714GNDAFC HEATERD1705R1718W838D404ABLD1730T1701_1W820 W028D1707D403D1711D401R404W008D1722C1714_1C1716R1727D1719W012W816D1715R416C1704W024W814C1706C421C434C1717C1713C405R414W014E8 VIDEOR453C1708_1B1702C1712D411R418R415C411R413C429FB401_1CME019AE12C1719IC1701W017C1715C1723C407R411E25R402CP1708D1721TH1701R1706R1709RY1701C1720R1704D1710D1701COL+BL1701C1703R1701CP1702Q1707R1725R408CP401C1701FH1702D1706R401C408R403R430W818W013W018W019W025W027R425R423R409W026CP1709D1703D1716D1733R405W001R419C1741R1734Q401Q402R1713R1711D1726D1704R1707R1708R424R410W815ATTENTIONINFORMATION POUR SERVICE DESPIECE CRITIQUE, VOIR AU VERSO.R417L401F1701C1702D1731R1719C423D1712W901R1728Q403S1701BW810W009W020Q404C402TP401CP402R422Q1701FH1701D1702R1712S1701AL402R807TP801C422W808C424R1702R808R447C1742CP801R802R456RISK OF FIRE- REPLACE AS MARKED.CP806C450B402C404Q406R460CD1702CCE017AR448W022HS402W005CP353R820TP803R810D406C416_1T401C801Q806Q805R805C418Q405D410J801C811C810R812D803TP802D802Q804R816R815R814C809R813D801C806R811W015C804L801CP853BCP852BF-7 F-8


PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARDSLOADING MOTOR (INSERTED PARTS)SOLDER SIDELOADING MOTOR (CHIP MOUNTED PARTS)SOLDER SIDESW1CD2302SWSOLDER SIDESW2CD2301RED D00BLORBLUEM2601 M2602F-9 F-10


87654321A B C D E F G H87654MMZ1608R102CT SLED_PWMC4003 0.027 B TRACK_PWMTRAY_OPENC4056 0.027 B TRAY_CLOSE3.3C4033 0.1 FB40123.3MMZ1608R102CT3.30C4057 B40133.2180P CH MMZ1608R102CTDVD/CD3.3 B4016(DVD-L/CD-H)3.3MMZ1608R102CTTOUT_SW0TIN_SW03.1DRVSB1.8 C4088 0.1 F(MUTE-L)003.1DVD_LD3.1CD_LD0.3R4043(VR_DVD) DVD/CDPD0.310K +-1%(VR_CD) DVD/CDPD1.3 R4022 10K +-1%1.32.2C4004 0.1 FVC2.4OPU_F2.1SPDL_SENS+2.3OPU_E03.5SPDL_SENS-OPU_DTP4026OPU_C3.33.32.4OPU_B3.32.4OPU_A0.1TP40251.6RFINN1.8RFINPRF208207206205204203202201200199198197196195194193192191190189188187186185184183182181180179178177176175174173172171170169168167166165164163162161160159158157HOMETOUT_SWTIN_SWDVD/CDDRVSBRFOPU_ATP4009TP4012 TP4011DUPRD1 W804TP4013W807TP4014TP4020W850L4001TP4021C4066 TP40222.2uH 03051 BTP4027REG+3.3V +1.9V ICIC4003TP4028BA33E00WHFPTP4001TP4002EN VCC2 VCC1 GND VO1 VO2 ADJ81 2 3 4 5 6 70.82.5 4.2 4.2 0 3.3 1.83.9K +-1%TP4024TP4023(10mA)C4007 0.1 FHA0NC 3.3SSCRXDGNDDACBS20HA13.30NC MEMCS(1)GNDDACPR4001HA2C40083.31.3VDDPRSETHA3 HA150.1 F 3.31.1820 +-1%HA4MEMAD(15)C/B/UHA5HA16 3.33.3MEMAD(16)VDDDACDAC_VIDEO_CHA6 HA14 3.3MEMAD(14)Y/R/V1.2DAC_VIDEO_BHA7 HA13 3.31.4OPU_BMEMAD(13)CVBS/CDAC_VIDEO_DHA8 OPU_CHA123.33.3HA9MEMAD(12)208 SSCTXD160 AVDDDACOPU_DHA10HD153.31.4MEMDA(15)CVBS/G/YOPU_EHA11 HA113.3207 SSCCLK159 GTP4019OPU_FMEMAD(11)Y/CHA12 HD73.3VCMEMDA(7)158 RFN0206 DUPTD1GNDDACDHA13SPDL_SENS-00HA14GNDP157GNDDACDSPDL_SENS+W836C4034 5P CHHA15HA10 3.3205 DUPRD1RFP2.6MEMAD(10)GCLK1P-H/I-LDVD/CDPDHA16 HD143.33.2MEMDA(14)XODVD_LDHA17 HA9 3.31.827MHzR4016CD_LDMEMAD(9)VDDAX4001RESETHA18 HD63.33.3 C4069_1SPINDLE_PWMHA19 MEMDA(6)RESET#100BT02701 C4035 27PCH 1006.3V 47 KASLED_PWMHA83.30MEMAD(8)GNDAC4028 0.1 FTRACK_PWMHD0 HD133.3MEMDA(13)GNDP0FOCUS_PWMHD1 HD53.33.3C4027 0.1 FC4081 0.1 FP.CON+A5VMEMDA(5)VDDPHD2 3.33.3 HOME JG028HOMEP.CON+3.3VHD3 NC MEMAD(20)IDGPCI/O(2)C40103.3VCC+6VHD4VDDPGPCI/O(31)PM160.1 FR4072 10HD5 HD123.32.9 (MIC_DET)M_GNDMEMDA(12)DJTCK / ICGPCI/O(3) / VID(0)HD6 WR 3.33.3 (DJTDO)R4019 33MEMWR#DJTO / GPCI/O(30) / VID(1)MLGNDHD7 HD4 3.33.3 I2C_CLK R4020 33TP4004 MCHD8MEMDA(4)DJTDI / GPCI/O(29) / VID(2)GNDC40131.83.3R4021 33TP4006HD9VDDCDJTMS / GPCI/O(28) / VID(3)I2C_DAT MD(D_GND)0.1 FTP4007HD10 HD113.3MPEG/MICON/DSP/RF_AMP IC1.8C4030 0.1 FTP4005MEMDA(11)VDDCTP4008HD11 HD3 3.30MEMDA(3)D1_2HD12IC4001GNDCHA19 3.3(ICETCK)R4069 4.7K D1_1HD13MEMAD(19)ZR36862PQCG-BGPCI/O(27)03.3 (ICETDO)TP4010 W842HD14GNDCIDGPI/O(1)SYS_MUTEHD15 HD103.3MEMDA(10)ICGPCI/O(2)3.3 (MUTEC)MEMCS0RDWRHA183.33.3 (ICETMS)MEMAD(18)GPCI/O(26)03.3 JG021C4029 0.1 FGNDPVDDPHD2 3.33.3 (PM11)MEMDA(2)ICGPCI/O(1)STBY_LSD_A0 HA173.3MEMAD(17)GNDP0SD_A1 HD93.3TP4017MEMDA(9)HSYNC3.3SD_A2 TP4018RXHA73.3SD_A3MEMAD(7)VSYNC3.3R4024SD_A4HD13.33.3MEMDA(1)AIN4.7KC4031 0.01 BM_GNDSD_A5 HA63.33.33MEMAD(6)VDDP-A2SD_A6 HD8 3.33.3IAMCLK R4025 220 AMCLKMEMDA(8)AMCLKSD_A7VCC+6VHA53.3100 RAMDAT(14)0SD_A8 MEMAD(5)GNDP-A2C40143.3R4026 220P.CON+A5VSD_A953 RAMADD(4)101 GNDP3.3VDDPABCLKIABCLK ABCLKP.CON+5V0.1 FR4027 220SD_A10HD0 3.33.3IALRCLK ALRCLKMEMDA(0)HA43.354 RAMADD(3)102 RAMDAT(1)ALRCLK0JG024MEMAD(4)GPAI/O3.355 RAMADD(5)103 RAMDAT(15)3.3R4058 220 SD_D1MEMRD#AOUT(0)SD_D2HA3 3.30MEMAD(3)56 RAMADD(2)104 RAMDAT(0)AOUT(1)ASDATA1 TP4015C4098SD_D3 HA2 3.30MEMAD(2)AOUT(2)ASDATA2 TP4016 410P CHB4010 R4071SD_D4MEMCS0 3.33.3MEMCS(0)#SPDIFSPDIFSD_D5 HA1 3.30 MIC_ONJG020 MMZ1608R102CT 150SD_D6MEMAD(1)IDGPCI/O(0)SD_D7HA03.30MEMAD(0)ICGPCI/O(0) NCSPDIF SSCRXDSSCTXDR4081SD_D80GNDPGNDP0SD_D9C4016 0.1 F 3.30R4014 4.7KVDD-IPGPCI/O(20)SD_D10C4017 0.1 F 3.33.3C4026 0.1 FSD_D11VDDPVDDPSD_D1253 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 90 91 92 93 94 95 96 97 98 99 100 101102103104SD_D13SD_D14 R4054NC NCSD_D15B4006 (250mA)P.CON+3.3V UNREG+3.8VRAMCS0#1KR4053MMZ1608R102CTRAMRAS#RAMCAS#1KSD_BA0 UNREG+3.8VRAMDQMRAMWE#RAMCLK49 48 47 46 45 44 43 42 41 40 39 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 5 4 3 210510610710810911011111211311411511611711811912012112212312412512612712812913013113213313413513613713813914014114214314414514614714814915015115215315415515613525150JG030JG029DUPTD1DUPRD1DUPTD0DUPRD0FOCUS_PWMJG022JG023JG001JG032JG033JG002JG003JG004JG005JG006JG007JG008JG009C40380.01 BB4014MMZ1608R102CTC40010.0012 BB4009MMZ1608R102CTB4011D40051SS355B4018MMZ1608R102CTB4001MMZ1608R102CTB4002 (120mA)MMZ1608R102CTD40011SS355LEVELCONVERTQ40042SC3052D4004 1SS355D4003 1SS355D4002 1SS355B4003 (250mA)MMZ1608R102CTB4005 (130mA)MMZ1608R102CTDVD/VR 130mmDVD COMBO 250mmCD4002_1 (CP8001)CU2B330111011234567892C4011_16.3V 100 KAC4053_16.3V 100 KAC4009_116V 47 KAC40520.1 FC40770.1 FC4078_16.3V 100 KAC4018 0.1 FC4019 0.1 FC4020 0.1 FR4008 100C4022 0.1 FR4064 100C4023 0.1 FC4024 0.1 FC4025 0.1 FC40820.1 FC4083_16.3V 100 KAC4090 10V 100 KAC4089 10V 100 KAC4100 10V 100 KAC4036 0.1 BC4097 0.01 BC4065 0.01 BC4072 0.1 FC404210P CHC404347P CH C4091100P CHC40320.001 BC4002 0.1 FR4061 11KSGNDR4060 11KR4062 39KC4075 0.1 FC4076 0.1 FC4085 0.001 BC4086 0.001 BR40524.7KC40960.001 BC40150.1 FC40120.1 FR4059 100R407047KC4080 0.01 BR40121MR400575 +-1%R400475 +-1%R400375 +-1%R400275 +-1%R4045 4.7KR4018 4.7KR4063 15KR40514.7K R4078R4077 4.7K4.7K R40874.7KR40804.7K+-1%R4009330+-1%R4042100R40364.7KR40384.7KC4067_16.3V 47 KAC4068_1R40376.3V 100 KAC40706.3V 220 KAC4071_16.3V 47 KA4.7KR40394.7KR401347KR40114.7KR40864.7KW837C4084_16.3V 47 KAW829SSCRXDSSCTXDSPINDLE_PWMRXUNREG+3.8V DUPTD1BOOT2SYS_MUTEDAC_VIDEO_CDAC_VIDEO_BDAC_VIDEO_DASDATA0ABCLKALRCLKAMCLKMDMCMLP-H/I-LRESETFPCSTRBIRRCVBOOT1DUPTD1DUPRD1DUPTD0FS1FS2DUPRD0P.CON+5VP.CON+5VGNDP.CON+3.3VGNDP.CON+3.3V(DVD MT PCB)+1.8V+3.3VVDDAFERFTRAY_OPENTRAY_CLOSETP4003SD_A4SD_A3SD_A5SD_A2SD_A6SD_A1SD_A7SD_A0SD_A8SD_A10SD_A9RAMCS0#SD_BA0RAMRAS#RAMCAS#RAMWE#RAMDQMRAMCLKSD_D8SD_D7SD_D9SD_D6SD_D10SD_D5SD_D11SD_D4SD_D12SD_D3SD_D13SD_D2SD_D14SD_D1SD_D15SD_D0G-1FROM/TO MEMORYMPEG/MICON/DSP SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM(AFEGND)VDDPWMVDDDAC3.3 5.22.9FROM/TO AUDIO/VIDEO(GND,D_GND)FROM/TO MOTOR DRIVEFROM/TO DVD IN/OUTGND(D)GND(D)SSCCLK/TXRDY(I/O(0))/RX3.33.33.33.33.33.33.33.33.303.31.83.33.33.33.33.33.33.33.03.33.33.33.33.33.303.33.33.303.33.3003.33.33.33.33.303.31.83.303.33.33.303.33.33.3RAMADD(6)VDDPRAMADD(1)RAMADD(7)RAMADD(0)GNDPRAMADD(8)VDDCRAMADD(10)GNDCRAMADD(9)VDDPRAMADD(11)RAMCS(0)# RAMBA(1)RAMBA(0)GNDPRAMCS(1)#RAMRAS#RAMCAS#VDDPRAMWE#RAMDQMGNDPCLKPCLKVDDPCLKRAMDAT(8)GNDPRAMDAT(7)RAMDAT(9)RAMDAT(6)VDDPRAMDAT(10)RAMDAT(5)RAMDAT(11)GNDPRAMDAT(4)VDDCRAMDAT(12)GNDCRAMDAT(3)VDDPRAMDAT(13)RAMDAT(2)DUPTD0DUPRD0PWMCO(0)IDGPCI/O(4)GPCI/O(46)VDDPWMPWMCO(4)GNDPWMPWMCO(3)PWMCO(2)SPINDLEPULSESLEDPULSEVDD-IPICGPI/O(7)ICGPI/O(6)GNDPIDGPCI/O(3)VDDPICGPCI/O(5)ICGPCI/O(4)GNDCGPCI/O(32)VDDCAGND1AGNDREFDVD_LDCD_LDDVD_MDCD_MDRESOUTVBGAPVCFKEAGNDJDHCAVDDSVDDBAVDD13.33.33.33.33.33.33.33.33.303.33.33.33.32.402.3GND(M)P.CON+6VP.CON+A5VUNREG+3.8VUNREG+3.8VGND(A)SPDIFPCB130DME0601ATTENTION:LES PIECES REPAREES PAR UN ETANTDANGEREUSES AN POINT DE VUE SECURITEN’UTILISER QUE CELLS DECRITESDANS LA NOMENCLATURE DES PIECESCAUTION :SINCE THESE PARTS MARKED BYCRITICAL FOR SAFETY,USE ONESDESCRIBED IN PARTS LIST ONLYARE2NOTE:THE DC VOLTAGE EACH PART WASMEASURED WITH THE DIGITAL TESTERDURING PLAYBACK.OF PRINTING AND SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICENOTE:THIS SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM IS THE LATEST AT THE TIMEA B C D E F G HG-2


8A B C D E F G HMEMORY SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM(DVD MT PCB)87654316M SDRAM ICFROM/TO MPEG/MICON/DSPIC4009 M12L16161A-7TGFLASH IC 8MC4050SD_A003.3IC4007 SST39VF1601-70-4C-EKEVSSVDDSD_A10.1 FSD_A2SD_A3HA161.21.7A16A15HA15SD_D153.33.3DQ15DQ0SD_D0SD_A4SD_A5C4064 3.31.0SD_A6VCCQA14HA14SD_D143.3DQ14DQ1SD_A70.1 F3.3 SD_D1SD_A8SD_A90GNDA130.8HA13SD_A103.3VSSQVSSQ3.3SD_D0HD150.71.5DQ15A12HA12SD_D13SD_D1C41093.3DQ13DQ23.3 SD_D2SD_D2SD_D3HD71.9DQ7A112.5HA11SD_D4SD_D12 0.1 F 3.3DQ12DQ33.3 SD_D3C4040C4045SD_D6DQ14A103.33.3VDDQVDDQSD_D70.1 F0.1 FSD_D8SD_D9HD61.21.6DQ6A9HA9SD_D113.33.3DQ11DQ4SD_D4SD_D10SD_D5HD141.31.3HA10SD_D11SD_D12HD130.61.5DQ13A8HA8SD_D103.33.3DQ10DQ5SD_D5SD_D13SD_D140SD_D15HD50.7DQ5A19HA193.30VSSQVSSQRAMCS0#0RAMRAS#HD120.8DQ12A20 NCSD_D93.33.3DQ9DQ6SD_D6RAMCAS#SD_BA0RAMDQMHD41.63.3DQ4WE#WRSD_D83.33.3DQ8DQ7SD_D7RAMWE#RAMCLKC40623.30RESETC4041C4046VCCRP#3.33.30.1 FVDDQVDDQHA00.10.1 F0.1 FHA1C4039HD111.60HA2DQ11VPP3.3NC NCLDQMRAMDQMHA30.1 F0.1HA4R4041HD31.6HA5 DQ3WP#RAMDQM 3.33.3UDQM/WERAMWE#HA64.7KHA7 HD10 1.30HA19HA8 DQ10A19RAMCLK 2.33.3CLK/CASRAMCAS#HA953.3HA10 HD2 1.21.6HA18R4048HA11DQ2A183.3CKE/RASRAMRAS#HA1247KHA13 0HD9 1.40.7HA17HA14DQ9A173.3NC NC/CSRAMCS0#HA15HA18HA16 HD1 1.41.4HA17 DQ1A7HA7SD_A9 3.3A9BA3.3 SD_BA0HD0HA19 HD8 0.9DQ8A61.6HA6SD_A83.3A8A10/AP3.3 SD_A10HD3HD1 HD0 1.61.6HD2 DQ0A5HA5SD_A7 3.3A7A03.3 SD_A0HD6HD4 RD 2.61.3HD5 OE#A4HA4SD_A6 3.3A6A13.3 SD_A1HD9HD701.7HD8 GNDA3HA3SD_A5 3.3A5A23.3 SD_A2HD10 FLASHCS 2.62.5HD11 CE#A2HA2HD12SD_A4 3.3A4A33.3 SD_A3HA0 HA1C4047A0A103.3VSSVDDHD150.1 FHD13HD142.5 1.6MEMCS0RDWRP.CON+3.3VGND(D_GND)C40950.01 BB4007MMZ1608R102CTB4008MMZ1608R102CTC40990.01 BC4063R40404.7K6.3V 220 KA40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 4830 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 3925 26 27 28 29119 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 22021222324C40446.3V 100 KAC40740.1 F5040 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 4930 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 3926 27 28 29C41060.1 F119 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 103 2456789202122232425C40216.3V 100 KA76543W854FROM AUDIO/VIDEO2RESETMEMCS02PCB130DME0601NOTE:THIS SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM IS THE LATEST AT THE TIMEOF PRINTING AND SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICENOTE:THE DC VOLTAGE EACH PART WASMEASURED WITH THE DIGITAL TESTERDURING PLAYBACK.1G-3A B C D E F G HG-4


8A B C D E F G HMOTOR DRIVE SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM(DVD MT PCB)87654CP2301_1LD07T2-24ND-031 T-2 T+3456789101112131415161718192021222324CP230200_6232_005_006_800+54321DM3SFROM/TO LOADERF-F+MON(DVD)NC(SW)VOL(DVD)GND(DVD)LD(DVD)LD(CD)VOL(CD)GND(CD)MON(COM)RFCBADFEVCCVrefGND(PDIC)TO LOADERDVD/CDLD-LD+OPENGND(D)CLOSENCDVD/CDPDVR/DVDVR/CDC23310.1 FC23150.1 FR23504.7KR23514.7KJG056DVD/CDPDDVD_CDJG016TP2304JG040JG011JG010JG013JG015JG014C2329_1JG0126.3V 47 KATR+FO+DVDLDCDLDM_GNDSPDL_SENS+SPDL_SENS-TP2303MOT_LD-MOT_LD+R2353TOUT_SW100R2352TIN_SW100TP2305P.CON+3.3VRFOPU_COPU_BOPU_AOPU_DOPU_FOPU_EDVD/CDPD(VR_CD/VR_DVD)C23091BOPU_VREFB2305MMZ1608R102CTR235982C2328_1C23481 BVC6.3V 47 KAR236033VR DVDQ23052SC30520.1R23480.1 3.3K0W843R23551K0VR DVDQ23032SC30520.10.7DVD/CDQ23042SC3052R235682R23473.3KDVD/CD0R23460 0.7 3.3KB2301MMZ1608R102CTB2302MMZ1608R102CTDVD LDCTLQ23012SA1036KCD LD CTLQ23022SA2048JG0174.53.91.0JG018R23066.8R23186.8R2332220C2340_16.3V 100 KAC2341_16.3V 100 KA1.03.9 R23332204.5R23406.8 R2341JG0196.8DVD_LDCD_LDTP2307TP2308C23260.1 FC2327_1R23384.7K6.3V 47 KA44R230810K43R23011K42TP232241R230775KTP23214039TRACK_PWMR230510K3837RF_A5VFOCUS_PWM36R23104.7K35C23320.1 F34R23134.7K333231R23204.7KR2309100 +-1%30R232129C2346_127KTP2319286.3V 47 KAC2347270.1 FC2342260.1 FR2319 TP232033KR233410KR23241KR23265.6KTP231825C2343_1R23274.7K0 4.0 3.1 3.1 1.6 0 NC 1.6 1.6 0 NC 1.6 0 NC 6.0 NC 0 1.6 0 NC 1.6 1.6 0 NC 1.8 0 1.6 0 NCS-GNDVCONTMUTE1MUTE234VIN2-VIN4-NCVIN4VREF-INVREF-OUTREG-OUTNCREG-INVIN+OPVIN-OPVO_OPVC2VIN3NCVIN2VIN3-24VIN2+6.3V 47 KA23NCB2304MMZ1608R102CTB2303MMZ1608R102CTR2336390R233710KR23391.2KTP2316C23180.001 BR2335 3.3KFROM/TO MPEG/MICON/DSPDVD/CDDVD_LDCD_LDDVD/CDPDRFOPU_AOPU_BOPU_COPU_DOPU_EOPU_FVCHOMEGNDGNDTOUT_SWTIN_SWP.CON+A5VTRACK_PWMFOCUS_PWMP.CON+3.3VDRVSBSPINDLE_PWMSLED_PWMVCC+6VTR-FO-TP2323TRAY_CLOSETP2324TRAY_OPEN(D_GND)76543FROM/TO LOADERCP230300_6232_006_006_800+654321SW(GND)LIMIT SWSLD+R23424.7KTP2306R2349HOME100 MOT_SLED-MOT_SLED+MOT_SPDL-MOT_SPDL+C2358100P CHC2360100P CHC2357100P CHC2359100P CHMOTOR DRIVE ICIC2301 LA6565VR-TLM-EFWDREVVCC21 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22C23010.1 FNC0 0 6.0 0 NC 0.5C23130.1 B0.5VLD+2.6VD4+2.6TP2309TP23102.5TP2311VD3+2.8TP2312PGND20PGND103.5TP2313VD2+1.7TP23142.6SP1-SP1+SLD-VLD-VD4-VD3-VD2-VD1-TP2315C2306 0.1 F2.6VD1+C2314_1NC10V 100 KAC2310_1VCC10 NC 6.010V 100 KA6.0VCCSVIN1+A01.6VIN1-AR23284.7K1.6VIN 1R23256.8KC2365R2330TP23170.1 B1KR2302100 +-1%32MOT_LD+C2302 0.1 BR2303 2.2C2303 0.1 BR2304 2.2TR+FO+MOT_SPDL-MOT_LD-TR-FO-MOT_SPDL+MOT_SLED-C2307R2323MOT_SLED+1.2R23291.20.1 BJG057JG058R2357 1K R2358120C23040.022 BD23031SS355D2304C23050.1 B1SS3552PCB130DME0601NOTE:THE DC VOLTAGE EACH PART WASMEASURED WITH THE DIGITAL TESTERDURING PLAYBACK.NOTE:THIS SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM IS THE LATEST AT THE TIMEOF PRINTING AND SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICECAUTION:SINCE THESE PARTS MARKED BYCRITICAL FOR SAFETY,USE ONESDESCRIBED IN PARTS LIST ONLYAREATTENTION:LES PIECES REPAREES PAR UN ETANTDANGEREUSES AN POINT DE VUE SECURITEN’UTILISER QUE CELLS DECRITESDANS LA NOMENCLATURE DES PIECES1G-5A B C D E F G HG-6


8A B C D E F G HAUDIO/VIDEO SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM(DVD MT PCB)8C/B/UDAC_C_VIDEO7Y/R/V8DAC_B_VIDEO7CVBS/C9DAC_D_DVD_VIDEOFROM/TO MPEG/MICON/DSPDAC_VIDEO_CDAC_VIDEO_BDAC_VIDEO_DP.CON+5VDAC_VIDEO_CC8104150P CHC810512P CHL81021uH 0305C8106150P CHW818W81910654RESETMCMDMLAMCLKABCLKALRCLKASDATA0P-H/I-LSYS_MUTEGNDTO MEMORYRESETB8103MMZ1608R102CTC81200.1 FC8119_16.3V 100 KADAC_VIDEO_BDAC_VIDEO_DC8107150P CHC8110150P CHC810812P CHL81031uH 0305C811112P CHL81041uH 0305C8114C8112C8109150P CH150P CHR8113W820P-H/I-LRESETZERO D8111 1SS355R_AUDIOL_AUDIODAC_B_VIDEODAC_C_VIDEODAC_D_DVD_VIDEOSYS_MUTED81121SS355C81220.001 BNCNCNCTP8102TP8103TP8104TP8105TP8106TP8107TP8108TP8109TP8110TP8112TP8113TP8114TP8101W826W824TP8111FROM/TO DVD IN/OUTDVD COMBO 180mmDVD/VR 95mmCP8101_3 (CP8002)IMSA-9604S-12FEXT_MUTEDVD RESETZEROAUDIO-RGNDAUDIO-LGNDYGNDCGNDCVBS121110987654321FFC(1.0mm pitch)CD81012H0C22046541 BC81251 BC81131 BC81261 B470R8112470673STEREO DAC ICIC8102 PCM1753DBQRNC2.4 2.5 4.9 3.38 7 6 5AGND VOUTRVOUTLVCOMVCCZEROR/ZEROAVDDZEROL/NA0 1.6 1.1 1.64 3 2 1DGNDMDLRCKMCDATAMLBCKSCK9 10 11 12 13 14 15 160 2.4 3.3 0 0 0 3.3 1.7NC32C81216.3V 100 KAZEROMDMCMLAMCLKABCLKASDATA0ALRCLK2PCB130DME0601NOTE:THIS SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM IS THE LATEST AT THE TIMEOF PRINTING AND SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICENOTE:THE DC VOLTAGE EACH PART WASMEASURED WITH THE DIGITAL TESTERDURING PLAYBACK.1G-7A B C D E F G HG-8


8765432CP4501TOC-C09X-A1TO FULL ERASE HEADCP4503B2013H02-2P21987654321CP4502IMSA-9604S-06C654321FROM REGULATORCD45022F061502A B C D E F G HP.CON+8VP.CON+5V_AGNDAT+5VFROM/TO Hi-Fi/DEMODULATORFROM/TO CYLHF1 (R)HF COMHF2 (L)SP-CH1 (R)SP COMSP-CH2 (L)EP/LP-CH1 (R)EP/LP COMEP/LP-CH2 (L)NORMAL_AY/C_AUDIOFSCHF2HF_COMHF1GNDFROM/TO HEAD AUDIO CONTROLAUDIO RECAUDIO PBCTL+CTL-CTL+CTL-AE HEAD(+)AE HEAD(-)FE HEAD(GND)FE HEAD(HOT)GNDHOTH.SWVIDEO_OUTENV_DETVCR_A_MUTECTL+CTL-C_ROTARYDUMMY_V.SYNCV.REC_ST_HH.AMP_SW1COMPY/C_VIDEOGND17P.CON+5V_A0AUDIOPB SWQ4501KTC3875S_Y_RTK 0AUDIOPB SW 0Q4502KTC3875S_Y_RTK0W846R4501560L450122uH0305R4504NORMAL_A6.8KP.CON+5V_AV.REC_ST_H0.7 R450210K0.7 R450310KC45050C45060.33 BC4508100V 0.022 MMTSW856C45070.1 B6.3V 47 KAR45058.2KSWQ4503KRA103SRTK5.2COIL,BIAS OSCL45025.3 1626009654123C4511C45170.1 BC45186.3V 220 KA6.3V 220 KAC45120.01 BR45083.3KC45130.015 BC45140.047 BS804Y S804XR4510W861W809C45210.068 BC45220.047 BC452316V 22 KAC45240.1 BR451210 1/4WW877R4509680 BIAS CTLQ4505L4504 KTA12660100uH 03054.94.9 R451122K0 BIAS OSCQ4504 C4527KTC3203_Y00 6.3V 47 KA4.7R45554.7R45131K +-1%C45296.3V 470 YK0AMPQ45062SC2412KR45071MW802W812R45192.2KENV_DETW854Y/C/AUDIO/HEAD AMP ICIC4501LA71205M-MPB4.80Y/C/AUDIO/HEAD AMP SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM6162636465666768697071727374757677787980COMPA-GNDA-VCCH.AMP_SW1R452322K 1/4WR452447KC45350.1 BC45360.1 BR45211MVCR_A_MUTER452512KC4534_10.0027 BR4522560KC45010.001 BPPV.SYNCR123HLC_ROTARYH.SWR452822KR453012K 1/4WALCALCDETR45201KR452910KC45380.1 BEQAMPC4539PB,EE25V 10 KAR4531220Y/C_CS+C45410.0022 BC4540Y/C_DATAR4506 3.3KREC:LP


87654321BOT SENSORQ101ST-304LA B C D E F G HFROM/TO REGULATORBACKUP+5VAT+5VDVD_HVCR_POWER_HAT+12VP.CON+5V_CTV_POWER_HEMERGENCYDEGAUSS_HPOWER_FAILGND1.5K220P CH CCD_SWQ1122SC2412K1 2 3 4MOTOR_GNDC1260 0 0 0R129FROM/TO Y/C/AUDIO/HEAD AMP10V 100 KA C125201MFROM/TO DVD IN/OUT0.1 BNC NC NCNCNC NCY/C_VIDEO2.2 1.6 0 0 4.7 4.9 0 0 5.0 3.3 1.0 0 0 0 5.0 4.9 3.6 3.6 2.7 0 0 5.0 5.0 0 3.5TXY/C_CLKOSD_Y50 49 48 47 46 45 44 43 42 41 40 39 38 37 36 35 34 33 32 31 30 29 28 27 26RXY/C_DATA5.15.0RESETY/C_CSDVD_RESETC116C123H.SWH.SW2.50.1DUMMY_V.SYNC 18AV_SW1TP102VIDEO_OUT0.0022 B R118 1FR153NC2.63.5GNDENV_DETH.SWAFCLPFH.SWVCR_A_MUTE 2.2K1KVCR_A_MUTE 05.0FROM/TO IN/OUTVCR.A.MUTEIIC_OFFIIC_OFFCTL+C114 R112R144CTL-051: VDD225:RESET3.6KEY_BFSCLPFCAP_LIMITCAP_LIMITC_ROTARY0.01 B 1001KKEY_ATV_POWER_H5.052: AFCC24:DUMMY.V.SYNC0TV_A_MUTEDUMMY_V.SYNCTV_POWER_ON-HTV_MUTEREC_LEDR138V.REC_ST_H00NC CCD-LTUNER_HT-REC_LEDH.AMP_SW1R1144.7K 1/4WW841REMOCON_INCOMPCYL_DRIVE1.34.8CYL_SPEED_UPSCLSCLGND2.2M 1/4W 04.8W842SDABLKSDASDASCLDEGAUSS_H00DEGAUSSTXTXAFTOSDR0SYSCON/TIMER/SERVO IC0TV_POWER_HRRXRXIC101GNDOSDG00GOEC8078ATV/DVD_LED NCC110OSDB05.0Y/C_DATAFROM/TO CHROMA/IFBY/C_DATA0.0047 BCAP_F/R00.1EOT SENSORCAP_F/RY/C_CS5.05.0Y/C_CSQ103R108OSD_RCYL_FG/PG1.95.0ST-304LCYL_FG/PGY/C_CLKY/C_CLKOSD_G1K 1/4WH_CONTROL0000H_CTLOSD_B19RENT_H NCC1093.30OSD_YFGFEXT_A_MUTE NCEOT0.0039 B04.9V.SYNCC119FF/REW_L5.1 AV_SWH_CONTROLBOT2.598:C_ROTARY0 0 Q116VRO99:H.AMP.SW1AV_SW1H.SYNCC113 25V 10 KA2SC2412K2.50.4AV_SW1SDAVRI100:COMPEXT_MUTE NC025V 10 KA76:CO05.0R152SCLAVSSREMOCON INREMOCON_INC117 C12277: NCVCR_POWER_H2.52.422K 1/4WREEL-SCTLAREEL-SPROTECT0.20.01 B 10V 33 KA 5.0AVDDREEL-T2.4REEL-TIIC_OFFCTL+CENT_LED_CTLR115 2.4CTL(+)JUST_CLOCK0NC4.9TAB SW0SW101TAB_SW R116FROM/TO Hi-Fi/DEMODULATORCTL- 76 77 78 79 80 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 90 91 92 93 94 95 96 97 98 99 100CENT LED SWLSA-1144EAU560 1/4W2.5 0 2.6 0.1 5.1 5.1 4.9 4.9 0 2.6 2.4 0 3.4 3.6 0 0 5.0 0 0.1 0 0 0 3.5 4.9 0Q102NCV.REC_ST_HR171KRC103SRTK R173HIFI_ENV560 1/4W 2.4CTL(-)POWER_FAIL5.01K 1/2W1KAT+5VHIFI_H.SWR166VCR_A_MUTEBUFFER10KSDASW 04.95.1Q114Q1064.4 W814SCL2SA1037AKPOWER_FAILKRC103SRTKST_SELECTFROM/TO CAPSTAN DD UNIT0R1375.1CP1014.7KTMC-J12P-B2GND1 CAP FGCAP_LIMITR165TO SOUND AMP2 CAP VCO4.7KTV_POWER_H3 VCCR1044CAP_F/RR148TV_A_MUTECAP.M F/RBACKUP+5VOSD_R3.3KVOL_PWM5 I LIMIT2.7K R159 4.7KAV_SW16 MOTOR GND7 GNDR149OSD_GGND8 LD/CY VCO2.7KR160 4.7KAT+5V9 CAP CTLCONTROL_INR133R15010LDM_CTLNCNCLDM CTL0 0OSD_B11 CYL FG/PGCYL_FG/PGMS_SEN AREEL SENSOR27K542.7K12 CYL CTLCYL_DRIVEQ105Q108NCNCRPI-352C40NRPI-303R164 4.7KR101270KC1010.001 BC102D101LTE-3271T-012A-O6.3V 100 KAR103560C103_1R156560R105270K 1/4W25V 47 YKC104C1060.022 BATTENTION16V 22 KAC1070.001 BC1120.1 BBACKUP+5V:LES PIECES REPAREES PAR UN ETANTDANGEREUSES AN POINT DE VUE SECURITEN’UTILISER QUE CELLS DECRITESDANS LA NOMENCLATURE DES PIECESR1061KC1110.1 BY/C_VIDEOW859R11010KC1180.001 BMS_SEN-B515253545556575859606162636465666768697071727374752.4 1.20 2.45.1 5.1 0.9 5.11 21 2OUT IN GND2 32 31 2 35.2 5.1 0MS_SEN B 1 41 40.9 1.40.5 1.44 34 3Q1040 5.10 5.1RPI-352C40NR10933KC115100P CHR113CAUTIONR1114.7K100 1/4WR117C121390P CHC16747P CHR177C1200.027 BMS_SEN-A33KC124100P CHC1561 BCVIN2VIDEO_OUTC1271 BCVINLDM_CTLR122120 1/4WR12347KREEL SENSORQ107RPI-303:SINCE THESE PARTS MARKED BYCRITICAL FOR SAFETY,USE ONESDESCRIBED IN PARTS LIST ONLYVSS2C128LDM_CTLBOTR12410K 1/4WBOTMICON SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMNCREEL-SREEL-TH.SYNCV.SYNCKEY_AKEY_BAREHSYNCVSYNCKEY_AKEY_BMSSEN_BMSSEN_AEOTR12547K 1/4W2100 2.5NCMS_SEN-BMS_SEN-AC13018P CHC131R12810K 1/4WEOTX101100DA32R0132.768KHzR176330KAFTC164 1 BEMERGENCY22P CHC132ST_SELECTD103C1330.1 B10P CHC135X102100CT0140314.31818MHzMTZJ5.6BW84510P CHENV.DETT-REC_LEDREC/OTR_LEDHIFI_ENVENV_DETT-REC_LEDREC_LEDCAUTION: DIGITAL TRANSISTORC1370.18 BR1315.6KR13256KRESETC1360.1 BR13510KNCSXIXOXIVSSOSCIOSCOVDDAV_SW2DRUM_PWMCAP_PWMAFTEMERGENCYST_SELECTHIFI_ENVVCR_POWER_ON-HV.REC.START-HVCR_POWER_HV.REC_ST_HD1021SS133CYL_DRIVED1051SS133C1400.1 FR136C139CONTROL_INC1380.022 BR13410KCAP_FULLPROTECTDVD_RESETPROTECTDVD_RESET25V 47 YK 6.8KC141VOL_PWMVOL_PWMCS_REC_LED6.3V 470 YKCENT_LED_CTLCENT_LED_CTLCHROMA_POWER_ON_HTAB_SWTAB_SWAV_SW3DVD_HDVD_HC_ROTARYH.AMP_SW1HIFI_H.SWCOMP1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25AT+5VR13910KR14147KC14322P CHSYSTEM RESET ICIC103 PST3231NR(VCR MT PCB)C14568P CHSDAR14747KC1540.001 BOSDBOSDGOSDRR1404.7KSCLC148 C15168P CH 0.1 FR1434.7KC146C1440.1 BNOTE:THE DC VOLTAGE EACH PART WASMEASURED WITH THE DIGITAL TESTERDURING PLAYBACK.6.3V 220 YKEEP ROM ICIC199_1 AT24C04N-10SU-2.7W8838VCCVSS7TESTA2SCL6SCLA1SDA5.0 0 4.8 4.85SDAA0PCB010DME033NOTE:THIS SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM IS THE LATEST AT THE TIMEOF PRINTING AND SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE87654321G-11A B C D E F G HG-12


87654321A B C D E F G HCD001_1CH0125031TU001115-V-KA35ARHB8001W4BRH3.5X6X1.0X2L8002100uHA B C D E F G H87654321B2201W4BRH3.5X6X1.0REWSW2201EVQ21505RSTOP/EJECTSW2202EVQ21505RPLAYSW2203EVQ21505RFFSW2204EVQ21505RREC/OTRSW2205EVQ21505RCH.DOWNSW2206EVQ21505RCH.UPSW2207EVQ21505RC2201H NC2 31E470P CHFRONT AUDIO R JACKJ2204 MTJ-032-03A-31FENC NCH NCH NC2 32 31E1EFRONT VIDEO JACKJ2202 MTJ-032-03A-30FEFRONT AUDIO L JACKJ2203 MTJ-032-03A-32FE12EHCOAXIALJ8007MTJ-032-14V1B-057623451REC/OTRD2205SLR-342VCT32T-RECD2206SLR-342VCT32POWERD2207SLR-342VCT32OS2201RPM7138-WH10VoutGNDB+12317161514131211102118192120REC LED SWQ2201KRC102SRTKT-REC LED SWQ2203KRC102SRTKPOWER_LED_SWQ2202KRC102SRTKD2201MTZJ6.8BC80100.1 FD AUDIO DRIVERQ80022SC2412KC809410V 100 YK9876543C2213470P CHC2212C221016V 100 YK16V 100 YKC2208470P BC2209470P CHC2202C2203470P CHC0010.1 FC800822P CHC8095T-REC_LED SCL0.022 BTV_POWER_HR22054.7KR22013.9KR22031.8KR22041.2KR2206820R2208560C2205100P CHR22124.7K1/4WR22114.7K1/4WC0060.001 BR220275C2207100P CHR2226120 1/2WR2225120 1/2W0.01 BC0040.1 FR2223270 1/4WR2224270R2227270 1/4WR8003100KR8005220R80063.3KSOUND_R+SOUND_L+SP_OUT_LSOUND_GNDGNDR800468R80131.5KR80072.2KSP_OUT_RAT+5V REC_LEDSDAP.CON+5VAT+30VGNDKEY_BKEY_AREC_LEDT-REC_LEDREMOCON_INSDASCLAFTTV_POWER_HGNDW838TUNER_VIDEOAT+30VTUNER_AUDIOAFTW811L001_1P.CON+5V100uH 0607W815W829W837R225115KR22524.7KR22533.3KR22541.8KR22551KR2256820R2257560C220650V 1 KAW813C0056.3V 47 KAFRONT_V_INTUNER_VIDEOGNDFRONT_V_INFRONT_A_IN_LFRONT_A_IN_RSP_OUT_LSOUND_L+SOUND_R+SP_OUT_RSOUND_GNDOPEN/CLOSESW2251EVQ21505RVOL DOWNSW2252EVQ21505RVOL UPSW2253EVQ21505RREW SKIPSW2254EVQ21505RSTOPSW2255EVQ21505RPLAYSW2256EVQ21505RFF SKIPSW2257EVQ21505RPOWERSW2258EVQ21505RREMOCON_INKEY_AAT+5VKEY_BP.CON+5VSPDIF-134G-13IN/OUT SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM(VCR MT PCB)FROM/TO POWERGND(CP001)FROM/TO SOUND AMPFROM/TO REGULATORTO Y/C/AUDIO/HEAD AMP003.90 3.900 04.71.9NC2.8FRONT_A_IN_RFRONT_A_IN_LTUNER_AUDIOGNDSPDIF-134GNDHEADPHONE_JACKJ2201MSJ-2000_AGPCB010DME033ATTENTION:LES PIECES REPAREES PAR UN ETANTDANGEREUSES AN POINT DE VUE SECURITEN’UTILISER QUE CELLS DECRITESDANS LA NOMENCLATURE DES PIECESCAUTION :SINCE THESE PARTS MARKED BYCRITICAL FOR SAFETY,USE ONESDESCRIBED IN PARTS LIST ONLYARENOTE:THE DC VOLTAGE EACH PART WASMEASURED WITH THE DIGITAL TESTERDURING PLAYBACK.OF PRINTING AND SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICENOTE:THIS SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM IS THE LATEST AT THE TIMECAUTION: DIGITAL TRANSISTORG-14NC NC NC NC NC NC NC NCNCFROM/TO MICON5.105.11.55.11.72.0030.904.84.803.70004.7000TO Hi-Fi/DEMODULATORFROM DVD IN/OUTYELLOW WHITERED


87FROM/TO REGULATORP.CON+5VP.CON+8V8.5VREGGNDH.OUTV.OUTABCLAFCMOTOR+12VH_GNDFROM DVD IN/OUTA B C D E F G HW853W875VCR_POWER_HW833C6160.1 BC6320.1 FCHROMA/IF SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMDVD_Y/C-CC6310.1 B22P.CON+5V_BL602_1R6204.7MP.CON+5V100uH 0607C624(VCR MT PCB)6.3V 220 KAC6270.047 BR624680KC6250.1 BC6261 BR62522KR62622KX601C6308P CHC6298P CH100CT3R5053.579545MHz25C6210.1 B8765432DVD_Y/C-CDVD_Y/C-YFROM/TO Y/C/AUDIO/HEAD AMPY/C_VIDEOV.SYNCTEST POINTCP601 06JQ-ST1 GND2 SCL3 SDA4 IIC_OFF5NC6NCFROM/TO MICONV.SYNCH.SYNCVCR_POWER_HIIC_OFFOSD_YOSD_BOSD_GOSD_RSDASCLH_CONTROLPROTECTSCLSDAOSD_YOSD_BOSD_GOSD_RH.SYNCV.SYNCSCLSDAIIC_OFFMOTOR+12VP.CON+5VW869NCW810W819R6301K 1/4W10.1R6121K 1/4W10V OUT ICIC602KIA78L10F-RTFOUTGND1 2 30 12.3R6341KINR63310K0CHROMA ICIC601LA76319NM-MPB-ENCNC 0 NC 0 NC 0 NC 0.4 0 4.7 2.5 2.5 4.2 048 47 46 45 44 43 42 41 40 39004.94.90NC4.8NC0.10.20.20.20NC3.94.80NC2.5NC2.7NC0NC495051525354555657585960616263642SPOT_L SWQ6022SC2412KVIDEOSWBUSCLMPNC NC2.5 2.3 4.9 2.8 3.5 2.538 37 36 35 34 331 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 160 0 0 5.2 5.9 8.7 2.7 3.4 2.5 3.2 8.5 2.5 7.8 1.8 1.8 1.8NCNC NC NC NC NCNCR603100 1/4WAUDIOSWLPFATTRSTTRAPC603REGSWREG-SWV/YSWOSDCONTRAST5V/8V-REGBPF YC SN ACCCLMPC6041 B16V 100 KA23VXDTINTCLSHARPOSDSWAPC1BSSGC6070.1 BC6061 BCEMOFSCRGBMATRIXDC REST CONTRASTBRIGHTORIVE/OUT-OFFABL/ACLR60715KCLMPCOLOPCLAMPR6086.8KC609AFSWSYNCSEPVERSEPVERC/DVERRAMP16V 100 YKR609 100C6080.1 B26HORVCCHORVCO1/256HORC/DAFC1R610 10027AFC2X-RAYPHASESHIFTER28HOROUTR611 100FBP30 31 3220 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 2917 18 19L601C6280.47 B3.3NC02.52.55.101.70.80NC0.62.65.32.62.42.20100uH 0305R60527KC62250V 1 KAR6194.7K +-1%C6050.001 BR616330 1/4WC60216V 4.7 KANPC6010.01 BC618C619R6150.0056 B50V 1 KA10K29C6110.47 MMTVD605MTZJ12BC6140.33 BR6021K 1/4WR6231K 1/4WD601 MTZJ12BC6170.33 BC61216V 100 KAC6130.1 B30R61382 1/2WC63450V 1 KAR622390 1/4WC620100P CHR617R6141.5K 1/4W24R618220 1/4W2.2KR627390 1/4W0.35.35.3SWQ605KRA102SRTKP.CON+8VBUFFERQ6010 KTC3875S_Y_RTK0.1 H_CONTROL5.331TO CRTR628CP603 (CP853B)B2013H02-6PCUT_OFFGNDR.OUTG.OUTB.OUTSPOT_LDVD_Y/C-YAFCH.OUT10K654321P.CON+5VP.CON+5V_BV.OUTP.CON+8V8.5VREGABCLY/C_VIDEO65432D602D603MTZJ12BMTZJ12BPCB010DME0331CAUTION: DIGITAL TRANSISTORNOTE:THE DC VOLTAGE EACH PART WASMEASURED WITH THE DIGITAL TESTERDURING PLAYBACK.NOTE:THIS SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM IS THE LATEST AT THE TIMEOF PRINTING AND SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE1G-15A B C D E F G HG-16


8A B C D E F G HSOUND AMP ICIC302 AN7522NSOUND AMP SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM(VCR MT PCB)8+ -- +L1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 1210.0 3.5 0 3.5 3.9 1.3 0 1.3 0.5 3.5 0 3.5RFROM REGULATOR17HS16SHS301763WAA0330SOUND_R-FROM/TO IN/OUT7SOUND_R+SOUND_L+SP_OUT_LGND6FROM REGULATORSOUND+BC30616V 3300 YKC3101 BC3091 BFROM/TO SPEAKERCP351TID-X02P-B2SOUND L+SOUND L-CD351CU1238051 12 2SPEAKERSP351YDP512-448 OHM6SOUND_GNDSOUND_GND54GNDFROM MICONTV_POWER_HVOL_PWMTV_A_MUTEGNDFROM DVD IN/OUTSW_AUDIO_OUT_RSW_AUDIO_OUT_LGNDW807R30533K 1/4WR30418KC30750V 10 KAR30247KC30125V 10 KAR30147K 1/4WC30250V 4.7 KAMUTEQ301KTC3875S_Y_RTKR306100R303820R3121000R313 0100 MUTEQ302 0KTC3875S_Y_RTKR314R308 6.8K 1/4W6.8K 1/4WMUTEQ303KTC3875S_Y_RTKC3080.0056 BC3210.0056 BMUTE SWQ304KRC103SRTK0MUTE SW 5.0Q305KRC104SRTK05433R3103.3K0W86200.5000C31350V 2.2 KANPC31250V 2.2 KANP0.500R3114.7KR31710K5.15.00.2MUTE SWQ306KRA103SRTKR3181KFROM REGULATORP.CON+5VP.CON+5V_CFROM MICONAV_SW1FROM DVD IN/OUTZEROFROM/TO Y/C/AUDIO/HEAD AMPR3163.3KGND22PCB010DME0331ATTENTION:LES PIECES REPAREES PAR UN ETANTDANGEREUSES AN POINT DE VUE SECURITEN’UTILISER QUE CELLS DECRITESDANS LA NOMENCLATURE DES PIECESCAUTION:SINCE THESE PARTS MARKED BYCRITICAL FOR SAFETY,USE ONESDESCRIBED IN PARTS LIST ONLYARECAUTION: DIGITAL TRANSISTORCAUTION: DIGITAL TRANSISTORNOTE:THE DC VOLTAGE EACH PART WASMEASURED WITH THE DIGITAL TESTERDURING PLAYBACK.NOTE:THIS SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM IS THE LATEST AT THE TIMEOF PRINTING AND SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE1G-17A B C D E F G HG-18


8A B C D E F G HHi-Fi/DEMODULATOR SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM(VCR MT PCB)87C55110.1 BC550750V 0.22 KAR55043.3KW834C5562TUNER_AUDIOFSCSDASCLP.CON+5V_AVCR_A_MUTE0.001 BL550422uH0305C55630.1 BC55646.3V 47 KA76543P.CON+5V_AAUDIO_OUT_RST_SELECTAUDIO_OUT_LD5501P.CON+12V11EQS04NNORMAL_AY/C_AUDIOL5502_122uH 0305L5501100uH C55010.1 BC550216V 47 KAR55011.2KC550516V 47 KAC55060.1 BR5502330C55030.047 BC55100.1 BR55033.9MC55090.1 F50VR55231MC5508C551435V 22 YK10 KAHi-Fi/AUDIO/HEAD AMP/DEM ICIC5501AN3663FBP2.248C551250V 2.2 KAC551535V 22 YKC55130.1 BC5518R55221KC55170.1 B0.022 BC55193.42.74.92.54.22.301.24.311.04.3NC1.0NC2.42.32.20.650V 3.3 KAR550649505152535455565758596061626364C55221 F0 3.5 2.1 2.3 4.7 4.747 46 45 44 43 420 4.9 0NC41 40 390 1.638 370 2.4 0.7 2.436 35 34 331 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 162.30 2.3 0 2.2 2.4 2.1 0.5 0 0 NC 0 2.0 2.2 0 0 2.4NCC5520390R550725V 10 KA C5523DEM_BLKC552439050V 4.7 KAMAINDEEN4.5MTRAPSUBBPF25V 10 KA C5525CUEBPFSUBDETFMDEMODSUB DEEN25V 10 KAC5526C552825V 10 KA50V 4.7 KAAM 95HMzDEMOD BPF3.5MVCOLOGICC5530C55290.1 BMATRIXLOGICMUTECTLCOMPAMPOUTPUT SWMUTE FROM 1PINLOGAMPR LR SW18 BSAMPSW19HIFIJR LMIXAN3672FBPMUTELSW16MIXAMPSW17HIFIR L BSFROM 3PINRFCDETSW2SW22 L MIXPNR LCHRLINPUT_SW(L)RINPUT_SW(R)VREF150V 10 KAC5531C553350V 4.7 KAVCO-F0ADJLOGICPNR RCHSW21NORMALC55341 B50V 10 KAZZ-PROMR551427KS/NSW NOISEAUDIOLIMITPCC5536C5540RCH BPFFM UMSW10LCH BPFPC PB LPFAUDIOLIMITSW14SW4SW NOISELCH VCOSW9S/NMIXREC LPFPB LPFC55381 B50V 4.7 KASW13DETAGCC554210V 33 KASW12PBRCHVCOREC LPFHPFNOISEDETC55411 BREC50V 10 KAC5544LINERSWHOLDTIMINGCURRAMP--+C5545_1R551950V 10 KAHA1HA2SW15HSW11 L10V 33 KA30 31 3220 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 2917 18 1922K2.4 C5550 0.015 BC55512.150V 0.22 KA1.81.8D55021SS1331.8C5556 0.01 B2.50C5549 0.1 FC5557 0.1 B4.9C55590.66.3V 47 KA00.7002.42.40.7C55520.1 BC5553 0.015 BC5554 50V 10 KAC5555_1 25V 10KA33HIFI_H.SW34L5503P.CON+5V_A22uHC556003050.01 FC5558 0.01V.REC_ST_HHIFI_ENVFHIFI ENV.TP5501NCFRONT_A_IN_RFRONT_A_IN_LTUNER_AUDIOGNDHF2GNDHF1FROM IN/OUTFROM/TO Y/C/AUDIO/HEAD AMPHF_COMFSCY/C_AUDIONORMAL_AFROM REGULATORP.CON+5V_AP.CON+12VGNDFROM/TO MICONV.REC_ST_HHIFI_ENVHIFI_H.SWVCR_A_MUTESCLSDAST_SELECT65432C5521680P CHR55083.3KR5509C55273.3K680P CHR5512R551356KC55378.2K560P CHR5517R551856K8.2KC5546560P CHGNDFROM/TO DVD IN/OUTDVD_A_OUT_LDVD_A_OUT_RAUDIO_OUT_LAUDIO_OUT_RGND2DVD_A_OUT_RDVD_A_OUT_LFRONT_A_IN_RFRONT_A_IN_LPCB010DME0331NOTE:THE DC VOLTAGE EACH PART WASMEASURED WITH THE DIGITAL TESTERDURING PLAYBACK.NOTE:THIS SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM IS THE LATEST AT THE TIMEOF PRINTING AND SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE1G-19A B C D E F G HG-20


8A B C D E F G HDVD IN/OUT SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM(VCR MT PCB)8FROM/TO MPEG/MICON/DSPDVD_MOTOR_GNDTO SOUND AMP76CP8001 (CD4002_1)A2001WV2-11P1 GND(D)2 GND(D)3 TX4 RX5 GND(M)6 P.CON+9V7 P.CON+A5V8 DVD+3.8V9 DVD+3.8V10 GND(A)11 SPDIFC80011 FW844C801956P CHC80170.01 BTXW816 RXP.CON+6V_DHP.CON+5V_DDVD+3.8VR8028AT+5V4.7KSPDIF-134C800625V 10 KA7.007.0AUDIO SW ICIC8001 MM1501XNRE4 5 6Vin1GNDVin2SW1V OUTVcc1230.26.212.0C80120.1 BC801316V 100 YKAUDIO_OUT_LAV_SW1SW_AUDIO_OUT_LL8001P.CON+12V100uH 0305SW_AUDIO_OUT_LSW_AUDIO_OUT_RZEROGNDTO IN/OUTSPDIF-134GNDTO CHROMA/IFDVD_Y/C-YDVD_Y/C-C76AUDIO_OUT_R5432FROM/TO AUDIO/VIDEOCP8002 (CP8101_3)IMSA-9604S-12C12 CVBS11 GND10 C(CVBS)9 GND8 Y(G)7 GND6 AUDIO-L5 GND4 AUDIO-R3 ZERO2 DVD RESET1 GNDDVD_VIDEODVD_Y/C-CDVD_Y/C-YZERODVD_RESETC80440.1 BP.CON+12VR80204.7KR80214.7KC802350V 2.2 KANPC802250V 2.2 KANPC8025820P CHR802210 1/4WC8064820P CHR802310KR8024100KR8025100KR802610KR80271KR80471KC806510V 33 KAC8070820P CHR804910KC8081100P CH0 6.1 6.1 6.14 3 2 15 6 7 86.1C80776.1 6.1 12.3820P CHR804810KA_GNDC8079100P CH+--+R805012KR805112KVCCC80900.1 FC8002MIXER ICIC8004 NJM4580MR80548.2KR8052 R80538.2K 3.9KC810216V 220 YKC8004C8005R80563.9K16V 22 KA50V 2.2 KA50V 2.2 KAW851C800316V 22 KAW85035C800725V 10 KA367.007.0AUDIO SW ICIC8002 MM1501XNRE4 5 6Vin1GNDVin2SW1V OUTVcc1230.26.212.0AV_SW1SW_AUDIO_OUT_RDVD_A_OUT_LDVD_A_OUT_RDVD_VIDEOP.CON+12VFROM/TO MICONTXRXDVD_RESETAV_SW1GNDTEST POINTCP8003A2001WV2-6PDVD_VIDEO 1GND 2DVD_A_OUT_L 3GND 4DVD_A_OUT_R 5P.CON+12V 6FROM REGULATORGNDDVD+3.8VP.CON+5V_DP.CON+12VP.CON+6V_DHAT+5VDVD_MOTOR_GNDTO Y/C/AUDIO/HEAD AMPDVD_VIDEOGNDSW_AUDIO_OUT_LSW_AUDIO_OUT_RFROM/TO Hi-Fi/DEMODULATORDVD_A_OUT_LDVD_A_OUT_RAUDIO_OUT_LAUDIO_OUT_RGNDPCB010DME03354321ATTENTION:LES PIECES REPAREES PAR UN ETANTDANGEREUSES AN POINT DE VUE SECURITEN’UTILISER QUE CELLS DECRITESDANS LA NOMENCLATURE DES PIECESCAUTION:SINCE THESE PARTS MARKED BYCRITICAL FOR SAFETY,USE ONESDESCRIBED IN PARTS LIST ONLYARENOTE:THE DC VOLTAGE EACH PART WASMEASURED WITH THE DIGITAL TESTERDURING PLAYBACK.NOTE:THIS SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM IS THE LATEST AT THE TIMEOF PRINTING AND SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE1G-21A B C D E F G HG-22


8A B C D E F G HREGULATOR SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM(VCR MT PCB)W863AT+12VAT+5V OUT ICIC3005 KIA7805APIP.CON+5V_A OUT ICIC3003 KIA278R05PI87D300811E1-EICC30010.1 BC3009HS6SHS3002763WAAA077NCIN OUT GND SW1 2 3 46.9 5.3 0.2 4.2R30154701/4W6.3V 470 YKR3023105.1BUFFERQ30152SC2412K4.2R30241K 1/4W4.8C300210V 100 YKC3005IN GND OUT1 2 37.7 0.4R30305.41501/4W470YK6.3VR300110D300111EQS04D3004SB140-EICAT+5VBACKUP+5VP.CON+5V_ATO Y/C/AUDIO/HEAD AMPP.CON+5V_AP.CON+8VGNDAT+5V76FROM/TO DEFLECTIONCP3001 (CP820)B2013H02-8P1 H_OUT2 EMERGENCY3 TV_POWER_H4 GND5 V_OUT6 P.CON+5V7 ABCL8 AFCL3004W5T29X7.5X19W849P.CON+8V SWVCR_POWER_HFROM/TO MICONQ3002R3010 KTC3209_YBACKUP+5VP.CON+8VAT+5V18 1W 11.0 7.8DVD_H8.4VCR_POWER_HH.OUTR30068.5VREGAT+12VEMERGENCY100 1/4WP.CON+5V_CTV_POWER_H H_GND TV_POWER_HP.CON+6V_D OUT ICP.CON+5V_D OUT ICEMERGENCYIC3001 KIA278R05PIIC3002 KIA278R06PIV.OUTP.CON+5V OUT ICDEGAUSS_HIC3004 KIA278R05PIPOWER_FAILABCLGNDAFCMOTOR_GNDC3018YK16V220R302912KC302210V 470 YK6543CD3002 (CP851A)CU2G220116151413121110987654321FROM/TO POWERH_GNDSOUND R-SP OUT RT-REC_HDEGAUSS30VPOWER FAILSOUND+BSOUND GNDUNREG+8VUNREG+5.4VUNREG+5.4VMOTOR GNDMOTOR+12VGNDGNDL3003HF70T22*10*14DVD_HC301916V 220 YKL3005W82722uHTSL0808IN OUT GND SW1 2 3 46.9 5.0 0 4.2D301111E1-EICW8395.0SWQ3009KRC102SRTKC30140.1 BC3023L300110uHTSL08086.3V 470 YKSWQ3008KRA101SRTKR30265.0 4.9 220 1/4W000R3025330C300850V 10 YK5.95.35.33.02.4R3027220W843W8214.03.3V CTLQ30042SC2412K3.3V OUTQ3005KTB1366R3031220IN OUT GND SW1 2 3 4C301235V 22 YKR30094701/4WR301110HS6SHS3001763WAAA077C3025C3003100P CHR3012220C3010R30136806.3V 470 YKC30240.1 B6.3V 2200 YK(W318)R3032IN OUT GND SW1 2 3 47.8 5.2 0.2 4.012.1 6.0 0 4.05.93.0Q30062.42SC2412K3.3V CTL3.9 2WC3017_116V 330 YKW835CC001W878TO TV MT5.14.0R30191KC30270.1 BBUFFERQ30012SC2412K4.7C3013W87650V 1 KAC3028R300715K16V 330 YKP.CON+6V_DHP.CON+5V_DDVD_MOTOR_GNDMOTOR_GNDP.CON+5VMOTOR+12VDVD+3.8VAT+5VDVD_HH_GNDSOUND_R-SP_OUT_RT-REC_HDEGAUSS_HAT+30VPOWER_FAILSOUND+BSOUND_GNDMOTOR_GNDFROM/TO IN/OUTAT+5VP.CON+5VAT+30VSP_OUT_RGNDTO SOUND AMPGNDP.CON+5VP.CON+5V_CSOUND_R-SOUND+BSOUND_GNDFROM/TO CHROMA/IF8.5VREGP.CON+8VP.CON+5VH.OUTV.OUTABCLAFCGNDMOTOR+12VH_GNDTO Hi-Fi/DEMODULATOR5432R300410K 1/4WC300712.150V 1 KA11.412.0R30054.7KP.CON+12V SWQ3007KTA1281_YC3006P.CON+12VSWQ3011 02SC2412K16V 220 YK0C30110.750V 4.7 KAR301610KVCR_POWER_HR302122 1WD300711E1-EICC301650V 1 KAD3002R3020100 1/4W8.45.7MTZJ5.6BP.CON+5V_C SWQ3010KTC3209_Y5.1P.CON+5V_CT-REC_HR30021K0T-REC_H SWQ30122SC2412K0.70R30033.3K 1/4WR30224.7K 1/4WVCR_POWER_HTV_POWER_HW822P.CON+5V_AP.CON+12VGNDTO DVD IN/OUTDVD_MOTOR_GNDAT+5VP.CON+12VDVD+3.8VP.CON+5V_DP.CON+6V_DHGNDPCB010DME03321ATTENTION:LES PIECES REPAREES PAR UN ETANTDANGEREUSES AN POINT DE VUE SECURITEN’UTILISER QUE CELLS DECRITESDANS LA NOMENCLATURE DES PIECESCAUTION:SINCE THESE PARTS MARKED BYCRITICAL FOR SAFETY,USE ONESDESCRIBED IN PARTS LIST ONLYARECAUTION: DIGITAL TRANSISTORCAUTION: DIGITAL TRANSISTORNOTE:THE DC VOLTAGE EACH PART WASMEASURED WITH THE DIGITAL TESTERDURING PLAYBACK.NOTE:THIS SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM IS THE LATEST AT THE TIMEOF PRINTING AND SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE1G-23A B C D E F G HG-24


A B C D E F G HDEFLECTION SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM(TV MT PCB)8V.OUTPUT ICIC401 LA78040N8THERMAL PROTECTION- AMP+7R412PUMP UPVccGND1 2 3 4 5 6 72.0 27.5 1.9 0 11.1 27.6 2.0D40111E1-EIC40C40635V 100 YKC4110.0015 B41R413R41642R425470 1/2WR417390 1/2WR419390 1/2WC402100V 0.15 MKTR421560 1/2WL402FB401_1FQI14B008_M110 COL1HVFROM/TO DYCP402A1561WV2-A5PNC54321765FROM/TO SHIELD TOPCD401CH013006FROM/TO REGULATORCP820 (CP3001)52147-08101 H_OUTH_OUT2 EMERGENCYEMERGENCY3 TV_POWER_HTV_POWER_H4 GNDH_GND5 V_OUTV_OUT6 P.CON+5VP.CON+5V7 ABCLABCL8 AFCAFC3.3K 1/4WR4063.3K 1/4WR405H.VOLT SWQ4042SA162412.4 12.310K1/4W4.5R424H.VOLT SWQ403KRC102MAT11.715K1/4W00R4202.2K 1/4WR408330 2WC416_1D41011E1-EICR411HS8VHS401763WAA02378.2K 1/4W +-1%1.8K 1/4WD40611E1-EICR414C40515K +-1% M50V 1 YKR4153.3 1/2WR430150 2W56K 1/4WC40725V 2200 YKR4183.3 1/2WD403D404L401C422R447W8084.7mH090968 1/2WMTZJ30BC434MTZJ30BR4671 1/2WMHE250V2.2C423100V 0.22 MKT250V 0.27 PMS45R407VR4012.2K METAL680 1/2WV.POSI ADJ.ELH5L4112R4481K 1WC4502KV 0.001 RC431_1250V 22 YKD4131N4937R40410K 1/4W117.8 VIDEOF6S115 B+GND 021128.3 AFC9ABL 3.570 GNDHEATER 8.381024.8 E80GNDNC 58 NC62.5 E25E12 32.33 4 NC9108611V801A36AKJ13X02 C(M)RGB5 7 11 2CD801 (CP801)CH82039ACD802CH013601TO CRTTO FRONT ASS’Y654FROM POWERMOTOR+12VGNDH_GNDW816W841W815500V 220P B C429T401STP-03Q24 44 11043500V 0.002215.503 4H.OUTPUTD4111.6Q406NC 202SC58851N49371 615.516.01.60.4H-DRIVEQ405 0KTC3227_YC4040.01MMTS100VR456330 1/2WC41850V 22 YKR460100 1/4WB402W5RH3.5X5X1.0HS402763WSAA021HS67C4241.25KV 0.01 MPPC42135V 470 MHEBD402MTZJ6.8BFOCUSSCREENTO SHIELD TOP432+BT-REC_HC410_125V 10 KAD416MTZJ5.1BTP401D4121SS133114.6R4010.22K 1/4WCP401R410IMSA-9202B-1-02Z012-PT10.82 2WR442R445D409D408R422C4085.6K 10W C1SS13322K 15K +-1% M 1N49371100V 10 YK+-1% M3 4R40339K 1/4W2TP402 TP403114.4 114.3R409PROTECT DRIVE0 T-REC +B SWQ401Q4022.2K 1/4W2SA16240 KTC3207R4235.6K1/4WR444W851M5.6K+-1%C403100V 22 YKCP403IMSA-9206H-T+B(A)+B(B)2121D40711E1-EICR40247K 1/4WC43250V 0.47 KANPR453120K 1/4WR49033K 1/4WR450_26.8 3WTO SHIELDW804NCW805NCTO CRTCP852A (CP852B)B2013H02-4PHEATERH_GNDNC180V123432PCB070CME0191ATTENTION:LES PIECES REPAREES PAR UN ETANTDANGEREUSES AN POINT DE VUE SECURITEN’UTILISER QUE CELLS DECRITESDANS LA NOMENCLATURE DES PIECESCAUTION:SINCE THESE PARTS MARKED BYCRITICAL FOR SAFETY,USE ONESDESCRIBED IN PARTS LIST ONLYARECAUTION: DIGITAL TRANSISTORNOTE:THE DC VOLTAGE AT EACH PART WAS MEASUREDWITH THE DIGITAL TESTER WHEN THE COLOR BROADCASTWAS RECEIVED IN GOOD CONDITION AND PICTURE IS NORMAL.NOTE:THIS SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM IS THE LATEST AT THE TIMEOF PRINTING AND SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE1G-25A B C D E F G HG-26


8A B C D E F G HCRT SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM(CRT PCB)8J801ISMS01S6.24129.935006133.57 3008137.39748TP801R80210F715K 2WD8021.81.4123.3BLUE AMPQ8042SC4217R8072.7K 1/4W1SS133R8146654321FROM CHROMA/IFCP853B (CP603)52147-0610CUT_OFFCUT_OFFGNDGNDR.OUTR.OUTG.OUTG.OUTB.OUTB.OUTSPOT_LSPOT_LC80650V 4.7 YK4.7K 1/4WC809470P BR81147270 1/4WTP802R80515K 2W6131.95FROM DEFLECTIOND8011.61.2GREEN AMPQ8052SC4217R80851234CP852B (CP852A)B2013H02-4PHEATERHEATERH_GNDH_GNDNC180V180VC804R8154.7K 1/4W1SS133C810390P BR812270 1/4W2.7K 1/4W100P B44TP803R81015K 2W46R8202.7K 1/4W125.73D8031SS1331.81.3RED AMPQ8062SC42173R8164.7K 1/4WC811390P BR813270 1/4WL80156uHC8012KV 0.001 BACCESSORYBL001HPN-01TM101ORT204N7406069-J2PCB110CCE017FROM/TO DEFLECTIONCP801 (CD801)A2361WV2-2PCP806BT001MNAAA(R03)BT002MNAAA(R03)221GNDGNDFOCUSSCREENPCB070CME0191ATTENTION:LES PIECES REPAREES PAR UN ETANTDANGEREUSES AN POINT DE VUE SECURITEN’UTILISER QUE CELLS DECRITESDANS LA NOMENCLATURE DES PIECESCAUTION:SINCE THESE PARTS MARKED BYCRITICAL FOR SAFETY,USE ONESDESCRIBED IN PARTS LIST ONLYARENOTE:THE DC VOLTAGE AT EACH PART WAS MEASUREDWITH THE DIGITAL TESTER WHEN THE COLOR BROADCASTWAS RECEIVED IN GOOD CONDITION AND PICTURE IS NORMAL.NOTE:THIS SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM IS THE LATEST AT THE TIMEOF PRINTING AND SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE1G-27A B C D E F G HG-28


8A B C D E F G HPOWER SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM(TV MT PCB)86.3A 125VCAUTION:FOR CONTINUED PROTECTION AGAINST FIRE HAZARD,REPLACE ONLY WITH THE SAME TYPE FUSE 6.3A 125V(F1701).ATTENTION:POUR UNE PROTECTION CONTINUE LES RISQUES D’INCEIEN’UTILISER QUE DES FUSIBLE DE MEME TYPE 6.3A 125V(F1701).7654BLADEWIDEDEGAUSS COILL17038R140035AC120V_60HzCD1702094159102 1L1706W5T_20X10X10AWHITEBLACKCP1702A1561WV2-2PK12S1701AWHITETH1701ZPB45BL3R0ABLACKS1701B1FH1701EYF-52BCYRY1701 2ALKS3213CP1708003P-21006.3A 125VF17011D17061SS133CP1709003P-21006.3A125V51MS063L FH1702EYF-52BCYR1709 C172010K 1/4W 0.01 B14R17022.7M 1/2W +-10%R17011.5M 1/2WC170112.3RELAY SW 0Q1701KTC3203_Y 0275V 0.22 ECQULC1741250V 0.001 KX3 41 2COIL,LINE FILTERL17012R2A752F28C1702FEED BACK250V 0.001 KXIC1701PS2561AL1-1-V(W)7.3R172810K 1/4WD1705RM11C-EICD1722RM11C-EICC1708_1500V 0.001 B28.0C1707W5RH3.5X5X1.0SWITCHING205.5 Q1705D 2SK3563(ORION_Q)G 9.82KV 0.001 RC1710_1500V 0.001 BS0.3R17140.27 1WD1723RM11C-EICD1711RM11C-EICC17090.0039 BR17181.2 7WC1714_1200V 470 UPB1701R1726 D170910 1/4W 1SS133R1731HS1701680 1/4W763WAAA103HS8VR1715D17309.80.30C17040.01 BR17222.2M 1/2WR17231.2M 1/2WD1717MTZJ18BSWITCHINGQ1706KTC3203_YR17200.22 1WR1717C1705330 2W 100V 0.047 MMTSC1716151.98P2158.77158.76P1205516.330218.71T1701_181300054P4P35V 7.210SB 12.011SB129.6NCSG 013115V 130.614HG 015LG 01612V 14.3178V 9.618W838D172731DQ09-FCW818D1715SB340L-6737D171621DQ09N-FC4C172316V 2200 YKB1702 D1721W5RH3.5X5X1.0 RU2AM-EICC17152KV 0.0022 RC173016V 2200 YKC1717C1713200V 220 YXF16V 2200 MHER173439K 1/2WD1720W901D1701MTZJ12BR17041K1/4WD171421DQ09ND171321DQ09NC1712D170825V 2200 YKR170768K 1/2WR170868K 1/2WR1737D1710D1728MTZJ33BC17060.1 FW809C1742470P BDEGAUSS30VP.FAILSOUND+BSOUND_GNDUNREG+8VUNREG+5.4VMOTOR+12VW806GNDW812W814W820CP353TID-X02P-B2SP OUT RSOUND R-12TO DEFLECTION+BT-REC_HMOTOR+12VCD353CU122501GNDH_GNDFROM/TO REGULATORCP851A (CD3002)A2001WV2-16PH_GNDSOUND R-SP OUT RT-REC_HDEGAUSS30V12POWER FAILSOUND+BSOUND GNDUNREG+8VUNREG+5.4VUNREG+5.4VMOTOR GNDMOTOR+12VGNDGNDFROM/TO IN/OUTCP001 (CD001_1)003P-2100GND 116151413121110987654321SP353SPEAKERYDP512-44765432R1725+B ADJ3.3K +-1% MVR1701C17030.001 BMETAL10KR171015K 1/4WD17036.26.25.6FEED BACKSWITCHINGQ1707KTC3198MTZJ5.6BR17111K 1/4WR1712100 1/4WR1713W810D1726100 1/4W1SS1336.2D1733121SS133D17313 4MTZJ4.3B2.5R172722K 1/4WC17190.0047 MCAUTION:330 1/4W 1SS133R17063.3K 1/4WD17341N4937IS THE LIVE CONNECTIONR1729 D1729 0.01 BR1724 D17182.2K 1/4W MTZJ15B 100 1/4W1N4937R17211K 1/4WC171825V 10 KAGND1C1711KX250V0.0022D17021SS133D17041SS1331N493711EQS04C173150V 10 YK1K 1/4WMTZJ11BD17121SS133D1719D17071SS133 MTZJ2.2B32R17191K 1/4WPCB070CME0191ATTENTION:LES PIECES REPAREES PAR UN ETANTDANGEREUSES AN POINT DE VUE SECURITEN’UTILISER QUE CELLS DECRITESDANS LA NOMENCLATURE DES PIECESCAUTION:SINCE THESE PARTS MARKED BYCRITICAL FOR SAFETY,USE ONESDESCRIBED IN PARTS LIST ONLYARENOTE:THE DC VOLTAGE AT EACH PART WAS MEASUREDWITH THE DIGITAL TESTER WHEN THE COLOR BROADCASTWAS RECEIVED IN GOOD CONDITION AND PICTURE IS NORMAL.NOTE:THIS SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM IS THE LATEST AT THE TIMEOF PRINTING AND SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE1G-29A B C D E F G HG-30


A B C D E F G H8LOADING MOTOR/SW SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM877665(SW PCB)(LOADING MOTOR PCB)54CD23012H0621021 GND(SW)2 PICK UP INNER LIMIT SWITCH3 FEED MOTOR (-)4 FEED MOTOR (+)5 SPINDLE MOTOR (-)6 SPINDLE MOTOR (+)PCB640DED002SW2ESE22MH24MMM2602BCZ3B03M2601JCV9B06CD23022H05260154321PCB610DED003SW-2(CLOSE)GND(SW)SW-1(OPEN)LOADING MOTOR(+)LOADING MOTOR(-)SW1SSS-13-2MM2603BCZ3B52433221CAUTION:SINCE THESE PARTS MARKED BYCRITICAL FOR SAFETY,USE ONESDESCRIBED IN PARTS LIST ONLYAREATTENTION:LES PIECES REPAREES PAR UN ETANTDANGEREUSES AN POINT DE VUE SECURITEN’UTILISER QUE CELLS DECRITESDANS LA NOMENCLATURE DES PIECESNOTE:THIS SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM IS THE LATEST AT THE TIMEOF PRINTING AND SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE1G-31A B C D E F G HG-32


8765DVDDRIVEDM-3OPTICAL PICK-UPSPINDLE MOTORSLED,LOADING MOTORFG SENSERA B C D E F G HT-T+F-F+MON(DVD)NC(SW)VOL(DVD)GND(DVD)LD(DVD)LD(CD)VOL(CD)GND(CD)MON(COM)DVD/CDRFCBADFEVCCVrefGND(PDIC)CLOSEGND(D)OPENLD+SP1+12345678910111213141516171819202122232412345FFC12345678910111213141516171819202122232412345CP230112T-T+3 F-4 F+5 MON(DVD)6 NC(SW)7 VOL(DVD)8 GND(DVD)9 LD(DVD)10 LD(CD)11 VOL(CD)12 GND(CD)13 MON(COM)14 DVD/CD15 RF16 C17 B18 A19 D20 F21 E22 VCC23 Vref24 GND(PDIC)CP2302123453456CLOSEGND(D)OPENLD+SLD+SLD-LIMIT SWSW(GND)LD-LD-SP1-SLD+SLD-LIMIT SWSW(GND)CP23031 SP1+2 SP1-L4002CD4002_1GND(D) 1GND(D) 2SSCCLK/TX 3RDY(I/O(0))/RX 4GND(M) 5P.CON+6V 6P.CON+A5V 7UNREG+3.8V 8UNREG+3.8V 9GND(A) 10SPDIF 11CD8101CP8101_3FFCCVBS 1 1 12GND 2 2 11C 3 3 10GND 4 4 9Y 5 5 8GND 6 6 7AUDIO-L 7 7 6GND 8 8 5AUDIO-R 9 9 4ZERO 10 10 3DVD RESET 11 11 2EXT_MUTE 12 12 1DVD MT PCBPCB130DME060CP80011 GND(D)2 GND(D)34567891011CP8002121110987654321TXRXGND(M)P.CON+9VP.CON+A5VDVD+3.8VDVD+3.8VGND(A)SPDIFCVBSGNDC(CVBS)GNDYGNDAUDIO-LGNDAUDIO-RZERODVD RESETGNDCD300216 H_GND15 SOUND R-14 SP OUT R13 T-REC_H12 DEGAUSS11 30V10 POWER FAIL9 SOUND+B8 SOUND GND7 UNREG+8V6 UNREG+5.4V5 UNREG+5.4V4 MOTOR GND3 MOTOR+12V2 GND1 GNDL3003DVD_VIDEOGNDCP800312DVD_A_OUT_L 3GND4DVD_A_OUT_R 5P.CON+12VGNDSCLSDAIIC_OFF6CP601123456CP4504_1SW AUDIO OUT R 1AT+5V 2GND 3Y/C VIDEO 4SW AUDIO OUT L 5INTERCONNECTION DIAGRAM1HEADPHONE_JACKJ2201543267SPEAKERCD353CP3531SP OUT RSP3532SOUND R-12SPEAKERCD351CP351SP3518 OHM1122SOUND L+SOUND L-COMMAND TRANSMITTERTM101OS2201Vout1GND 2B+ 3H5002FULL ERASE HEAD ASS’Y1 FE HEAD (HOT)FE HEAD (GND)2CP4503FE HEAD(HOT) 1FE HEAD(GND)2CP101123456789101112CAP_FGCAP_VCOVCCCAP.M F/RI_LIMITMOTOR GNDGNDLD/CY_VCOCAP_CTLLDM CTLCYL_FG/PGCYL_CTL123456789101112HALLSENSORHALLVCCFFC1122HALLIN334MAINCOILOUTSWITCHLOGIC455667D-PG GNDD-PG OUTM-GNDD-COMD-W OUTD-V OUTD-U OUTROTORMAGNET71234567CAPSTAN DD UNIT ASS’YM2001REDMRFG SENSORVCCLMWHITELOADING MOTORM101OG87654321CP403+B(A) 2+B(B) 1TO SHIELD TOPCD401CP40121TV MT PCBPCB070CME019FOCUS SCREEN1CD806SCREENFOCUSCRT PCBPCB110CCE01723CP8014152678CP852ACP852B9CP851AGNDGNDMOTOR+12VMOTOR GNDUNREG+5.4VUNREG+5.4VUNREG+8VSOUND GNDSOUND+BPOWER FAIL 1030V 11DEGAUSS 12T-REC_H 13FBTFB401_15 674839GNDCRT SOCKETGND J801F1CD801HEATER1HEATERH_GND2H_GND3180V4180V12341415SP OUT RSOUND R-16H_GNDCUT_OFFGNDR.OUTG.OUTB.OUTCLAMP_OFFCP402CP853B123456CP001GND 1H_OUTCP8201EMERGENCY 2TV_POWER_H 3GNDV_OUTP.CON+5VABCLAFCNCV801H.VCD80254321ANODE45678CRTBLADEWIDECP300112345678123456DEGAUSS COILL1703WHITEBLACKAC120V_60HzCD1702L1706CD001_11CP603GNDH_OUTEMERGENCYTV_POWER_HGNDV_OUTP.CON+5VABCLAFCCUT_OFFGNDR.OUTG.OUTB.OUTCLAMP_OFF2 1CP170212S1701AWHITES1701BBLACKL3004CAUTION:SINCE THESE PARTS MARKED BYCRITICAL FOR SAFETY,USE ONESDESCRIBED IN PARTS LIST ONLYARECOAXIALJ8007E12HYELLOWFRONT VIDEO JACKJ2202H NC2 31EATTENTIONWHITEFRONT AUDIO L JACKJ2203H NC2 31EREDFRONT AUDIO R JACKJ2204H NC2 31E:LES PIECES REPAREES PAR UN ETANTDANGEREUSES AN POINT DE VUE SECURITEN’UTILISER QUE CELLS DECRITESDANS LA NOMENCLATURE DES PIECESNCNCNCNCNCNCNCNCNCNCMONITOR TUNERTU00121181716 NC15 AT+30V14 SIF OUT13 AUDIOOUT12 AFT OUT11 DATA10 CLOCK9 NC8 NC7 NC6 NC5 NC4 NC3+B2 NC1 NC20VIDEOOUT19HF1_(R)HF_COMHF2 (L)SP-CH1 (R)SP_COMSP-CH2 (L)EP/LP-CH1 (R)EP/LP_COMEP/LP-CH2 (L)AUDIO RECAUDIO PBAE HEAD(+)AE HEAD(-)CP4501VCR MT PCBPCB010DME033NOTE: THIS INTERCONNECTION DIAGRAM IS THE LATEST AT THE TIMEOF PRINTING AND SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE987654321CP4502654321987654321654321FFCCD4502FFC654321987654321HEAD AUDIO CONTROL ASS’YH5001654321AUDIO RECAUDIO PBCTL+CTL-CTL+CTL-AE HEAD(+)AE HEAD(-)UN4001CYLINDER UNIT ASS’YHI-FI HEADSP HEADEP/LP HEADAUDIOCONTROLAE4321G-33A B C D E F G HG-34


MPEG/MICON/DSPWAVEFORMSAUDIO/VIDEOY/C/AUDIO/HEAD AMP10ns100mV500µs500mV20µs1.0VREC/PB16135ns20mV500µs500mV200ms100mVREC271420ns1.0V10µs100mV5ms200mVPB3815200ns1.0V100µs200mV2ms200mVREC4916MEMORY5ns500mV10µs200mV20µs20VREC51017NOTE: The following waveforms were measured at the point of the correspondingballoon number in the schematic diagram.H-1


MICONWAVEFORMS20ms2.0VPB20µs0.5VPOWER ON20µs1.0VPOWER ON1823281ms2.0VPB20µs0.5VPOWER ON10ms1.0VPOWER ON19242950µs2.0VPOWER ON0.5µs100mVPOWER ON50µs0.5VPOWER ON20253010ms2.0VPOWER ON20µs1.0VPOWER ON50µs2.0VPOWER ON212631CHROMA/IFHi-Fi/DEMODULATOR20µs0.5VPOWER ON20µs1.0VPOWER ON5ms500mVPB222733NOTE: The following waveforms were measured at the point of the correspondingballoon number in the schematic diagram.H-2


WAVEFORMS10ms1.0VPB10ms10.0VTV POWER20µs50VPOWER ON344247DVD IN/OUT1ms2.0VDVD PLAY50µs10VPOWER ON20µs50VPOWER ON3543481ms2.0VDVD PLAY50µs5.0VPOWER ON3644DEFLECTION10ms0.5VPOWER ON20µs200VPOWER ON4045CRT10ms10VPOWER ON20µs50VPOWER ON4146NOTE: The following waveforms were measured at the point of the correspondingballoon number in the schematic diagram.H-3


206206206206109PCB110(CRT PCB ASS'Y)111111102124205205205205127MECHANICAL EXPLODED VIEWI1-1101J101I101B101F101J101I101J101I101N101HA101D101K101M101M101L101C101G101A126203201125129201129125204204208128101201125129201129125204204208101E214


MECHANICAL EXPLODED VIEW219211215 215219216219219112214121214214123118214214214214213211108PCB070(TV MT PCB ASS'Y)209120214209120214214214123214207218PCB130(DVD MT PCB ASS'Y)214116218214218210214218214114214214119214214214214122106117105214PCB010(VCR MT PCB ASS'Y)214214104107104212214216212217110103107214202115113202214I1-2A


MECHANICAL EXPLODED VIEW(PACKING DIAGRAM)138, 139 140, 141,BL001, TM101133137132133131130135134130136134I1-3


CHASSIS EXPLODED VIEW (TOP VIEW)505503300319M2003503CD1501UN4001334333501504H5002335342341331314323508315336324322 508503312H5001306305302317301AA313AAAAAA332AAAAAACD1502M101325304AAAA316309AAAA307AA318507AA506346345AA321AA510AAAACLASSGREASEMARKAANOTE: Applying positions AA for the grease are displayed for this section.Check if the correct grease is applied for each position.I2-1


CHASSIS EXPLODED VIEW (BOTTOM VIEW)M2001501320303300502CD1502CD1501AA509338AA337AA502AA340AA502AAAAAA329311339310AA308AAAA344327343AA328326AAAA505330CLASSGREASEMARKAANOTE: Applying positions AA for the grease are displayed for this section.Check if the correct grease is applied for each position.I2-2


DVD DECK EXPLODED VIEW600608611612AA704Cannot supply separately.If the repair is needed, replace theLOADER SUB ASS'Y.610AA AA614AAAAAAAAAA609602AA613619AAM2603607615AASW1705PCB610(LOADING MOTOR PCB ASS'Y)617701705CD2301616604CD2302SW2618PCB640(SW PCB ASS'Y)702CD2001605603703606Do not replace the parts. Because,minute adjustments are needed ifthis condition is disassembledfurther more.If the repair is needed, replace theDVD MECHA ASS'Y.605M2602601CLASSGREASEMARKAANOTE: Applying positions AA for the grease are displayed for this section.Check if the correct grease is applied for each position.I3-1


MECHANICAL REPLACEMENT PARTS LISTLocation No. TSB P/N Reference No. Description101 75002736 7A701A725A FRONT CABI ASS'Y101A 75002710 701WPJD301 CABINET FRONT101B 75002712 711WPA0275 PLATE FRONT101C 72799440 712WPJ0920 FLAT FLAP101D 72799441 712WPJ0921 FLAP DVD101E 72799478 713WPAA208 GLASS LED101F 72799481 713WPAA211 GUIDE REMOCON101G 72799690 7235490068 BADGE BRAND101H 72799745 735WPAA905 STOPPER BUTTON101I 72799744 735WPAA903 BUTTON FRAME101J 72799782 735WPE0047 BUTTON CAP101K 72798625 742WKA0001 SPRING DVD-FLAP101L 72795666 743WKA0037 SPRING FLAP101M 72781220 800WQ0A087 FELT SHEET101N 72799879 752WSAA118 SHIELD BUTTON102 75002742 A5W601Y740 CABINET,BACK ASSY103 72795673 701WPA0686 HOLDER DECK104 72795674 701WPA0751 HOLDER DECK105 72795675 752WSA0230 SHIELD CASE H/AMP106 72795677 753WUAA006 SPRING EARTH H/AMP107 72795679 85OP700038 HOLDER END SENSOR108 72795681 761WPA0223 HOLDER FBT109 72795687 741WUA0021 SPRING EARTH110 72799566 7230007688 SHEET,JACK111 72795682 769WSAA012 WASHER CRT T=0.5112 72794734 899HV3T000 HOLDER ANODE WIRE113 72799880 752WSAA120 PLATE,BOTTOM114 72795689 752WSA0275 COVER AC HEAD115 72798636 752WSA0303 SHIELD,AV JACK116 72799878 752WSAA116 SHIELD,TOP117 72798638 752WSA0327 SHIELD,COVER FPC118 72799856 752WSA0496 DVD,TOP119 72799895 753WSAA019 SHIELD,FRONT120 72798655 753WUA0069 SPRING EARTH121 72795697 774WPA0002 HOLDER WIRE122 72799959 761WSAA038 ANGLE,DECK123 72795680 8995034000 CORD CLIP UL CO.124 75002716 722549A604 SHEET RATING125 72794733 801WR00001 DAMPER SPEAKER126 72799615 723000C727 SHEET CAUTION127 72799708 7260000357 SHEET,CRT SERVICEMAN128 72799872 752WSAA082 ANGLE,FRONT129 72798661 761WPA0220 HOLDER SPEAKER130 75002720 723000D335 SHEET BAR CODE131 72795621 791WHAA126 FILM BAG132 72795703 791WHAA134 LIGHTRON SHEET133 72781018 792WHAA150 PACKAGE,TOP134 72781019 792WHAA151 PACKAGE,BOTTOM135 75002732 793WCDD171 GIFT BOX136 72781104 795WCD0009 PAD 555*480137 75002743 A5W601Y975 INSTRUCTION BOOK KIT138 72781635 JB5ND300 POLYBAG INSTRUCTION(RED CAUTION)139 72781569 J3N51617A REGISTRATION CARD140 72781605 J5S10229A INFORMATION SHEET(RETURN)USA141 75002748 J5W60101A INSTRUCTION BOOKJ1-1


MECHANICAL REPLACEMENT PARTS LISTLocation No. TSB P/N Reference No. Description201 72781276 8117140A2U SCREW,TAPPING(B0) PAN 4*12 CH202 72781275 811714080U SCREW TAPPING(B) PAN 4*8 CH203 72798793 8110E3080U SCREW TAP TITE(P) WH10 3*8 CH204 72781295 8162540A6U SCREW TAPPING (BO) WASHER 18205 72781279 8117540A6U SCREW TAPPING(B0) TRUSS 4*16 CH206 72781282 8121J50C0U SCREW TAPPING(B0) GW15 5*30 CH HEXAGON207 72781250 810963060U SCREW TAP TITE(B) BRAZIER 3*6 CH208 72798790 811063080U SCREW TAP TITE(P) BRAZIER 3*8 CH209 72795782 811022680U SCREW TAP TITE(P) BIND 2.6*8 CH210 72781243 8109130B9U SCREW TAP TITE(B)R PAN 3*29 CH211 72798789 8109I30A0U SCREW TAP TITE(B) WH7 3*10 CH212 72781255 8109I3080U SCREW TAP TITE(B) WH7 3*8 CH213 72781251 810963080Q SCREW TAP TITE(B) BRAZIER 3*8 STAINLESS214 72798787 810923080U SCREW TAP TITE(B) BIND 3*8 CH215 72781237 8107630A8U SCREW,TAP TITE(S) BRAZIER 3*18 CH216 72798786 810763080U SCREW TAP TITE(S) BRAZIER 3*8 CH217 72798785 810723040U SCREW TAP TITE(S) BIND 3*4 CH218 72781263 810F13080U SEMS(F) 3*8 CH219 72781239 810793060U SCREW CUP(S) 3*6 CHJ1-2


CHASSIS REPLACEMENT PARTS LISTLocation No. TSB P/N Reference No. Description300 72783455 A5T410J420A DECK ASSY A5T410J420A301 72795710 85OA400245 PINCH ROLLER BLOCK VA2302 72795711 85OA500026 AHC ASS'Y303 72795712 85OP200290 BELT,CAPSTAN (S)304 72795713 85OP600581 WORM305 72795714 85OP500091 BASE,AC HEAD306 72795715 85OP800324 SPRING,AC HEAD307 72795716 85OA000528 MAIN CHASSIS ASS'Y308 72795717 85OA200089 CLUTCH ASS'Y309 72795718 85OA200092 ARM IDLER ASS'Y310 72795719 85OA300068 LOADING ARM S UNIT311 72795720 85OA300070 LOADING ARM T UNIT312 72795721 85OA400223 INCLINED BASE T UINT 3S313 72795722 85OA400249 P5 ARM ASS'Y 2314 72795723 85OA400248 TENSION ARM ASS'Y 2315 72795724 85OA400231 INCLINED BASE S UNIT316 72795725 85OA900234 CASS HOLDER ASS'Y317 72795726 85OP900745 CASS,OPENER318 72795727 85OP700035 REFLECTOR,LED319 72795728 85OP900755 BRACKET,TOP 3V320 72795729 85OP400554 HOLDER,CAPSTAN321 72795730 85OA900233 LINK UNIT322 72795731 85OP000496 POST,CASS GUIDE323 72795732 85OP200316 REEL,S (S)324 72795733 85OP200317 REEL,T (S)325 72795734 85OP200308 GEAR,IDLER326 72795735 85OP200311 GEAR,CLUTCH327 72795736 85OP200312 GEAR,COUPLING328 72795737 85OP200313 LEVER,CLUTCH329 72795738 85OP300194 GEAR,MAIN LOADING330 72795739 85OP400490 LEVER,TENSION331 72795740 85OP400492 HOLDER,TENSION332 72795741 85OP400520 CAP.P4333 72795742 85OP400542 BAND,TENSION334 72795743 85OP400533 CONNECT,TENSION335 72795744 85OP600573 ARM,BRAKE T336 72795745 85OP600584 BAND,BRAKE T337 72795746 85OP600577 CAM,PINCH ROLLER338 72795747 85OP600578 CAM,MAIN339 72795748 85OP600585 ROD,MAIN340 72795749 85OP600582 GEAR,JOINT341 72795750 85OP800322 SPRING,TENSION342 72795751 85OP800360 SPRING,BRAKE T343 72795752 85OP800355 SPRING,COUPLING344 72795753 85OP800356 SPRING,RING345 72795754 85OP900754 LEVER,LINK346 72795755 85OP900744 LEVER,FLAP501 72795756 810722680U SCREW,TAP TITE(S) BIND M2.6*8 CH502 72795757 83ETW3000U E-RING 3.0503 72795758 810722640U SCREW,TAP TITE(S) BIND M2.6*4 CH504 72795759 810212060U SCREW,PAN M2*6 CH505 72795760 810912660U SCREW,TAP TITE(B) PAN M2.6*6 CH506 72795761 810A13040U SCREW/WASHER(A) M3*4 CH507 72795762 810A12650U SCREW/WASHER(A) M2.6*5 CH508 72795763 82Q264713N POLYSLIDER WASHER 2.6*4.7*T0.13509 72795764 82P184505N POLYSLIDER WASHER(CUT) 1.8*4.5*T0.5510 72795765 810722660U SCREW TAP TITE(S) BIND 2.6*6 CHCD1501 72795865 122H071704 CORD JUMPER 2H071704CD1502 72795866 122Y021002 CORD JUMPER 2Y021002H5001 72795899 1523Q91003 HEAD (AUDIO CONTROL) VTR-1X2RPE22-756H5002 72795900 1543Q02014 HEAD (FULL ERASE) VTR-1X2ERS11-154! M101 72795944 1596S98002 MOTOR,LOADING MDB2B66B! M2001 72795945 1510S98044 CAPSTAN DD UNIT F2QVB73B! M2003 72795946 1589S11025 MICRO MOTOR I20AL34K! UN4001 72783456 A5T7016500 CYLINDER UNIT ASS'Y A5T7016500J2-1


DVD DECK REPLACEMENT PARTS LISTLocation No. TSB P/N Reference No. Description! 600 72783201 A2I301H650 DVD MECHA ASS'Y A2I301H650601 72795767 92P100109A HOLDER,TRAVERSE602 72795768 92P100094A CLAMPER603 72795769 92P100088A GEAR,MOTOR604 72798813 92AAA0013A FEED RACK ASS'Y605 72795771 92P200013A INSULATOR(F)606 72795772 92P200014A INSULATOR(R)607 72781331 92SBB0029A LOADER SUB ASS'Y608 72795774 92P100095A GEAR,PULLEY609 72795775 92P100097A PULLEY,MOTOR610 72795776 92P100096A GEAR,MAIN611 72781328 92P200015A BELT,LOADING612 72795778 92P000014A PLATE,CLAMPER613 72795779 92P100093A RACK,LOADING614 72795780 92P100091A FRAME,MAIN615 72798838 92P100092A TRAY616 72798836 92P100089A RACK,FEED 1617 72798837 92P100090A RACK,FEED 2618 72798849 92P300020A SPRING,RACK FEED619 72795888 800WFAA008 CUSHION C701 72795782 811022680U SCREW TAP TITE(P) BIND 2.6*8 CH702 72795783 814011723U SCREW,PAN M1.7*2.3 P3 CH703 72795784 816112080U SEMS.TAP TITE(P) PAN W10 2*8 CH704 72795785 814011730U SCREW,PAN M1.7*3 P3 CH705 72796070 811022080U SCREW,TAP TITE(P) BIND 2*8 CHCD2001 72783183 122J4O1903 CORD JUMPER 127000-2928CD2301 72795869 122H062102 CORD JUMPER 2H062102CD2302 72795870 122H052601 CORD JUMPER 2H052601! M2602 72795947 1515S98003 FEED MOTOR BCZ3B03B! M2603 72795948 1596S18003 MOTOR,LOADING BCZ3B52BPCB610 72783202 A5M4016610 LOADING MOTOR PCB ASS'Y DED003APCB640 72783203 A5N813W640 SW PCB ASS'Y DED002BSW1 72796050 0515S32002 SWITCH SSS-13-2SW2 72796052 0500101037 PUSH SWITCH ESE22MH24J3-1


ELECTRICAL REPLACEMENT PARTS LISTLocation No. TSB P/N Reference No. DescriptionRESISTORS! R408 72797881 R3X18A331J R,METAL OXIDE 330 OHM 2W! R410 72797911 R3X28AR82J R,METAL OXIDE 0.82 OHM 2W! R418 72797795 R002T23R3J RC 3.3 OHM 1/2W! R422 72781734 R5X34F562J R,CEMENT 0 5.6K OHM 10W! R430 72795508 R3X18A151J R,METAL OXIDE 150 OHM 2W! R442 72797961 R4X5T6223F R,METAL 22K OHM 1/6W! R444 72795514 R4X5T6562F R,METAL 5.6K OHM 1/6W! R445 72795516 R4X5T6153F R,METAL 15K OHM 1/6W! R447 72798025 R65582680J R,FUSE 68 OHM 1/2W! R448 72796031 R3K181102J R,METAL OXIDE 1K OHM 1W! R450 72797932 R3X28B6R8J R,METAL OXIDE 6.8 OHM 3W! R802 72781713 R3X28A153J R,METAL OXIDE 15K OHM 2W! R805 72781713 R3X28A153J R,METAL OXIDE 15K OHM 2W! R810 72781713 R3X28A153J R,METAL OXIDE 15K OHM 2W! R1701 72795500 R002T2155J RC 1.5M OHM 1/2W! R1702 72794631 R0G3K2275K RC 2.7M OHM 1/2W! R1714 72795995 R3X181R27J R,METAL OXIDE 0.27 OHM 1W! R1717 72797881 R3X18A331J R,METAL OXIDE 330 OHM 2W! R1718 72796434 R5X2CE1R2J R,CEMENT 1.2 OHM 7W! R1720 72794633 R63881R22J R,FUSE 0.22 OHM 1W! R1725 72796095 R4X5T6332F R,METAL 3.3K OHM 1/6W! R3010 72797841 R3X181180J R,METAL OXIDE 18 OHM 1WR3021 72797845 R3X181220J R,METAL OXIDE 22 OHM 1WR3032 72797905 R3X28A3R9J R,METAL OXIDE 3.9 OHM 2WCAPACITORSC306 72781381 E02LF2332M CE 3300 UF 16V! C403 72794396 E02LU8220M CE 22 UF 100V! C407 72795574 E02LF3222M CE 2200 UF 25V! C421 72797489 E5EZT4471M CE 470 UF 35VC423 72796346 P4J7F3274J CMPP 0.27 UF 250V PMS! C424 72795825 P4N8FJ103H CMPP 0.01 UF 1.25KV! C431 72795570 E0ELFD220M CE 22 UF 250VC450 72794399 C0PLRR713K CC 0.001 UF 2KV RC801 72795578 C0JBB0713K CC 0.001 UF 2KV B! C1701 72795566 P2122B224M CMP 0.22 UF 275V ECQUL! C1702 72794409 CD39E0M13M CC 0.001 UF 250VC1707 72794399 C0PLRR713K CC 0.001 UF 2KV R! C1711 72794403 CD39E0MH3M CC 0.0022UF 250V! C1712 72795574 E02LF3222M CE 2200 UF 25V! C1713 72797477 E5EZF2222M CE 2200 UF 16V! C1714 72795573 E51CGC471M CE 470 UF 200VC1715 72796327 C0PLRR7H3K CC 0.0022 UF 2KV R! C1717 72794411 E62NFC221M CE 220 UF 200V! C1723 72796330 E02LF2222M CE 2200 UF 16V! C1730 72796330 E02LF2222M CE 2200 UF 16V! C1741 72794409 CD39E0M13M CC 0.001 UF 250VDIODESD101 72795889 0010E00330 INFRARED LED LTE-3271T-012A-OD102 72794491 D1VT001330 DIODE,SILICON 1SS133T-77D103 72794489 D97U05R61B DIODE,ZENER MTZJ5.6B T-77D105 72794491 D1VT001330 DIODE,SILICON 1SS133T-77D401 72794488 D2WT011E10 DIODE,SILICON 11E1-EICD402 72794478 D97U06R81B DIODE,ZENER MTZJ6.8B T-77D403 72794471 D97U03001B DIODE,ZENER MTZJ30B T-77D404 72794471 D97U03001B DIODE,ZENER MTZJ30B T-77D406 72794488 D2WT011E10 DIODE,SILICON 11E1-EICD407 72794488 D2WT011E10 DIODE,SILICON 11E1-EIC! D408 72794483 D2WXN49370 DIODE,SILICON 1N4937! D409 72794491 D1VT001330 DIODE,SILICON 1SS133T-77D410 72794488 D2WT011E10 DIODE,SILICON 11E1-EIC! D411 72794483 D2WXN49370 DIODE,SILICON 1N4937D412 72794491 D1VT001330 DIODE,SILICON 1SS133T-77! D413 72794483 D2WXN49370 DIODE,SILICON 1N4937! D416 72794469 D97U05R11B DIODE,ZENER MTZJ5.1B T-77D601 72794487 D97U01201B DIODE,ZENER MTZJ12B T-77D602 72794487 D97U01201B DIODE,ZENER MTZJ12B T-77D603 72794487 D97U01201B DIODE,ZENER MTZJ12B T-77D605 72794487 D97U01201B DIODE,ZENER MTZJ12B T-77D801 72794491 D1VT001330 DIODE,SILICON 1SS133T-77D802 72794491 D1VT001330 DIODE,SILICON 1SS133T-77D803 72794491 D1VT001330 DIODE,SILICON 1SS133T-77D1701 72794487 D97U01201B DIODE,ZENER MTZJ12B T-77D1702 72794491 D1VT001330 DIODE,SILICON 1SS133T-77D1703 72794489 D97U05R61B DIODE,ZENER MTZJ5.6B T-77D1704 72794491 D1VT001330 DIODE,SILICON 1SS133T-77J4-1


ELECTRICAL REPLACEMENT PARTS LISTLocation No. TSB P/N Reference No. DescriptionDIODES! D1705 72794473 D2WTRM11C0 DIODE,SILICON RM11C-EICD1706 72794491 D1VT001330 DIODE,SILICON 1SS133T-77D1707 72794491 D1VT001330 DIODE,SILICON 1SS133T-77D1708 72795087 D28TEQS040 DIODE,SCHOTTKY 11EQS04TA1B2D1709 72794491 D1VT001330 DIODE,SILICON 1SS133T-77! D1710 72794465 D97U03301B DIODE,ZENER MTZJ33B T-77! D1711 72794473 D2WTRM11C0 DIODE,SILICON RM11C-EICD1712 72794491 D1VT001330 DIODE,SILICON 1SS133T-77! D1713 72794480 D28T21DQN9 DIODE,SCHOTTKY 21DQ09N-TA2B1! D1714 72794480 D28T21DQN9 DIODE,SCHOTTKY 21DQ09N-TA2B1! D1715 72796082 D2LKB340L0 DIODE,SCHOTTKY SB340L-6737! D1716 72783368 D28F21DQN9 DIODE,SCHOTTKY 21DQ09N-FC4D1717 72795541 D97U01801B DIODE,ZENER MTZJ18B T-77! D1718 72794483 D2WXN49370 DIODE,SILICON 1N4937D1719 72794468 D97U02R21B DIODE,ZENER MTZJ2.2B T-77D1720 72794483 D2WXN49370 DIODE,SILICON 1N4937! D1721 72795545 D2WXRU2AM0 DIODE,SILICON RU2AM-EIC! D1722 72794473 D2WTRM11C0 DIODE,SILICON RM11C-EIC! D1723 72794473 D2WTRM11C0 DIODE,SILICON RM11C-EICD1726 72794491 D1VT001330 DIODE,SILICON 1SS133T-77! D1727 72795894 D28F31DQ09 DIODE,SCHOTTKY 31DQ09-FCD1728 72797325 D97U01101B DIODE,ZENER MTZJ11B T-77D1729 72794477 D97U01501B DIODE,ZENER MTZJ15B T-77D1730 72794491 D1VT001330 DIODE,SILICON 1SS133T-77! D1731 72795893 D97U04R31B DIODE,ZENER MTZJ4.3B T-77D1733 72794491 D1VT001330 DIODE,SILICON 1SS133T-77D1734 72794483 D2WXN49370 DIODE,SILICON 1N4937D2201 72794478 D97U06R81B DIODE,ZENER MTZJ6.8B T-77D2205 72795529 0021721150 LED SLR-342VCT32D2206 72795529 0021721150 LED SLR-342VCT32D2207 72795529 0021721150 LED SLR-342VCT32D2303 72795897 DD7R0S3550 DIODE,SILICON 1SS355 TE-17D2304 72795897 DD7R0S3550 DIODE,SILICON 1SS355 TE-17D3001 72795087 D28TEQS040 DIODE,SCHOTTKY 11EQS04TA1B2D3002 72794489 D97U05R61B DIODE,ZENER MTZJ5.6B T-77D3004 72795627 D2WXSB1400 DIODE,SCHOTTKY SB140-EICD3007 72794488 D2WT011E10 DIODE,SILICON 11E1-EICD3008 72794488 D2WT011E10 DIODE,SILICON 11E1-EICD3011 72794488 D2WT011E10 DIODE,SILICON 11E1-EICD4001 72795897 DD7R0S3550 DIODE,SILICON 1SS355 TE-17D4002 72795897 DD7R0S3550 DIODE,SILICON 1SS355 TE-17D4003 72795897 DD7R0S3550 DIODE,SILICON 1SS355 TE-17D4004 72795897 DD7R0S3550 DIODE,SILICON 1SS355 TE-17D4005 72795897 DD7R0S3550 DIODE,SILICON 1SS355 TE-17D5501 72797301 D28XQS04N0 DIODE,SCHOTTKY 11EQS04N-TA2B5D5502 72794491 D1VT001330 DIODE,SILICON 1SS133T-77D8111 72795897 DD7R0S3550 DIODE,SILICON 1SS355 TE-17D8112 72795897 DD7R0S3550 DIODE,SILICON 1SS355 TE-17ICSIC101 72781465 I51F58078A IC OEC8078AIC103 72796084 I9UF032310 IC PST3231NRIC199 75002777 A5W601Y015 INIT DATA AT24C04N-10SU-2.7! IC302 72795908 I0FSP7522N IC AN7522N! IC401 72795534 I03TD804N0 IC LA78040N-EIC601 72797541 I03FC319N0 IC LA76319NM-MPB-EIC602 72797598 I1KF98L100 IC KIA78L10F-RTF! IC1701 72794512 000220002W PHOTO COUPLER PS2561AL1-1-V(W)! IC2301 72783216 I03FV65650 IC LA6565VR-TLM-E! IC3001 72795906 I1KA78R050 IC KIA278R05PI! IC3002 72797593 I1KA98R060 IC KIA278R06PI! IC3003 72795906 I1KA78R050 IC KIA278R05PI! IC3004 72795906 I1KA78R050 IC KIA278R05PI! IC3005 72794509 I1KA97805A IC KIA7805APIIC4001 72783220 ICQK068621 IC ZR36862PQCG-B! IC4003 72795912 I07F9E00W0 IC BA33E00WHFP-TRIC4007 75002800 S5W601YF01 MEMORY DATA SST39VF1601-70-4C-EKEIC4009 72783221 IF9J0161A7 IC M12L16161A-7TGIC4501 72797537 I03F3205M0 IC LA71205M-MPBIC5501 72797530 I01F63FBP0 IC AN3663FBPIC8001 72794502 I0UF015010 IC MM1501XNREIC8002 72794502 I0UF015010 IC MM1501XNREIC8004 72795921 I0QJ045800 IC NJM4580M(TE1)IC8102 72795922 I17F017530 IC PCM1753DBQRTRANSISTORSQ101 72795960 0000M00390 PHOTO TRANSISTOR ST-304LJ4-2


ELECTRICAL REPLACEMENT PARTS LISTLocation No. TSB P/N Reference No. DescriptionTRANSISTORSQ102 72794567 TNAAC05002 COMPOUND TRANSISTOR KRC103SRTKQ103 72795960 0000M00390 PHOTO TRANSISTOR ST-304LQ104 72796090 0002700680 PHOTO COUPLER RPI-352C40NQ105 72796090 0002700680 PHOTO COUPLER RPI-352C40NQ106 72794567 TNAAC05002 COMPOUND TRANSISTOR KRC103SRTKQ107 72796091 0002700690 PHOTO COUPLER RPI-303Q108 72796091 0002700690 PHOTO COUPLER RPI-303Q112 72794560 T8YJ2412K0 TRANSISTOR,SILICON 2SC2412KT146 R,SQ114 72795970 T6YJ1037K0 TRANSISTOR,SILICON 2SA1037AKT146R,SQ116 72794560 T8YJ2412K0 TRANSISTOR,SILICON 2SC2412KT146 R,SQ301 72794571 TCAA3875SY TRANSISTOR,SILICON KTC3875S_Y_RTKQ302 72794571 TCAA3875SY TRANSISTOR,SILICON KTC3875S_Y_RTKQ303 72794571 TCAA3875SY TRANSISTOR,SILICON KTC3875S_Y_RTKQ304 72794567 TNAAC05002 COMPOUND TRANSISTOR KRC103SRTKQ305 72794558 TNAAD05001 COMPOUND TRANSISTOR KRC104SRTKQ306 72798367 TPAAC05002 COMPOUND TRANSISTOR KRA103SRTK! Q401 72794569 TA3T016240 TRANSISTOR,SILICON 2SA1624-AAQ402 72794565 TCAT032070 TRANSISTOR,SILICON KTC3207-ATQ403 72798355 TNATB03005 COMPOUND TRANSISTOR KRC102MATQ404 72794569 TA3T016240 TRANSISTOR,SILICON 2SA1624-AA! Q405 72794561 TCAT03227Y TRANSISTOR,SILICON KTC3227_Y-AT! Q406 72795478 TC1G058850 TRANSISTOR,SILICON 2SC5885Q601 72794571 TCAA3875SY TRANSISTOR,SILICON KTC3875S_Y_RTKQ602 72794560 T8YJ2412K0 TRANSISTOR,SILICON 2SC2412KT146 R,SQ605 72795963 TPAAB05001 COMPOUND TRANSISTOR KRA102SRTK! Q804 72795971 TC3F042170 TRANSISTOR,SILICON 2SC4217(D,E)-RAC! Q805 72795971 TC3F042170 TRANSISTOR,SILICON 2SC4217(D,E)-RAC! Q806 72795971 TC3F042170 TRANSISTOR,SILICON 2SC4217(D,E)-RACQ1701 72795476 TCAT032034 TRANSISTOR,SILICON KTC3203_Y-AT! Q1705 72795539 T25F035630 FET 2SK3563(ORION_Q)! Q1706 72795476 TCAT032034 TRANSISTOR,SILICON KTC3203_Y-AT! Q1707 72794577 TCATC31980 TRANSISTOR,SILICON KTC3198-AT(Y,GR)Q2201 72795962 TNAAB05003 COMPOUND TRANSISTOR KRC102SRTKQ2202 72795962 TNAAB05003 COMPOUND TRANSISTOR KRC102SRTKQ2203 72795962 TNAAB05003 COMPOUND TRANSISTOR KRC102SRTKQ2301 72795964 T67J1036K0 TRANSISTOR,SILICON 2SA1036KT146Q2302 72795965 T67J048TL0 TRANSISTOR,SILICON 2SA2048TLQ2303 72795479 T8RA030520 TRANSISTOR,SILICON 2SC3052-T1Q2304 72795479 T8RA030520 TRANSISTOR,SILICON 2SC3052-T1Q2305 72795479 T8RA030520 TRANSISTOR,SILICON 2SC3052-T1Q3001 72794560 T8YJ2412K0 TRANSISTOR,SILICON 2SC2412KT146 R,S! Q3002 72794570 TCAT03209Y TRANSISTOR,SILICON KTC3209_Y-ATQ3004 72794560 T8YJ2412K0 TRANSISTOR,SILICON 2SC2412KT146 R,S! Q3005 72798330 TBA0013660 TRANSISTOR,SILICON KTB1366(O,Y)Q3006 72794560 T8YJ2412K0 TRANSISTOR,SILICON 2SC2412KT146 R,S! Q3007 72796092 TAAT01281Y TRANSISTOR,SILICON KTA1281_YQ3008 72798366 TPAAA05001 COMPOUND TRANSISTOR KRA101SRTKQ3009 72795962 TNAAB05003 COMPOUND TRANSISTOR KRC102SRTKQ3010 72794570 TCAT03209Y TRANSISTOR,SILICON KTC3209_Y-ATQ3011 72794560 T8YJ2412K0 TRANSISTOR,SILICON 2SC2412KT146 R,SQ3012 72794560 T8YJ2412K0 TRANSISTOR,SILICON 2SC2412KT146 R,SQ3015 72794560 T8YJ2412K0 TRANSISTOR,SILICON 2SC2412KT146 R,SQ4004 72795479 T8RA030520 TRANSISTOR,SILICON 2SC3052-T1Q4501 72794571 TCAA3875SY TRANSISTOR,SILICON KTC3875S_Y_RTKQ4502 72794571 TCAA3875SY TRANSISTOR,SILICON KTC3875S_Y_RTKQ4503 72798367 TPAAC05002 COMPOUND TRANSISTOR KRA103SRTKQ4504 72795476 TCAT032034 TRANSISTOR,SILICON KTC3203_Y-ATQ4505 72794578 TAATA12660 TRANSISTOR,SILICON KTA1266-AT(Y,GR)Q4506 72794560 T8YJ2412K0 TRANSISTOR,SILICON 2SC2412KT146 R,SQ4509 72795970 T6YJ1037K0 TRANSISTOR,SILICON 2SA1037AKT146R,SQ4511 72795970 T6YJ1037K0 TRANSISTOR,SILICON 2SA1037AKT146R,SQ8002 72794560 T8YJ2412K0 TRANSISTOR,SILICON 2SC2412KT146 R,SCOILS &TRANSFORMERSL001 72796407 02167D101K COIL 100 UHL401 72794527 021679472K COIL 4.7 MHL402 72796405 0221000013 COIL,LINEARITY ELH5L4112NL601 72794540 02167F101J COIL 100 UHL602 72796407 02167D101K COIL 100 UHL801 72796499 021673560K COIL 56 UH! L1701 72796632 029T000105 COIL,LINE FILTER 2R2A752F28! L1703 75002751 028R140035 COIL,DEGAUSS 8R140035L1706 72796645 02AHB0A0A4 CORE,FERRITE W5T_20X10X10AL3001 72796087 02167E100K COIL 10 UHL3003 72796644 02A6B2E0A1 CORE,FERRITE HF70T22*10*14L3004 72796088 02AHB9A972 CORE,FERRITE W5T29X7.5X19J4-3


ELECTRICAL REPLACEMENT PARTS LISTLocation No. TSB P/N Reference No. DescriptionCOILS &TRANSFORMERSL3005 72796513 02167E220K COIL 22 UHL4001 72795936 02167F2R2J COIL 2.2 UHL4501 72794526 02167F220J COIL 22 UHL4502 72796100 031626009R COIL,BIAS OSC 1626009L4504 72794540 02167F101J COIL 100 UHL4505 72796089 02167F470J COIL 47 UHL4506 72796089 02167F470J COIL 47 UHL4509 72796407 02167D101K COIL 100 UHL5501 72796557 021LA6101J COIL 100 UHL5502 72794526 02167F220J COIL 22 UHL5503 72794526 02167F220J COIL 22 UHL5504 72794526 02167F220J COIL 22 UHL8001 72794540 02167F101J COIL 100 UHL8002 72796557 021LA6101J COIL 100 UHL8102 72795943 02167F1R0K COIL 1 UHL8103 72795943 02167F1R0K COIL 1 UHL8104 72795943 02167F1R0K COIL 1 UHT401 72796466 045011001L TRANS,HORIZONTAL DRIVE STP-03Q24! T1701 72796694 0481300054 TRANSFORMER,SWITCHING 81300054JACKS! J801 72795491 066F120018 SOCKET,CATHODE RAY TUBE ISMS01S! J2201 72794516 060J131016 HEADPHONE JACK MSJ-2000_AGJ2202 72794519 060J401104 RCA JACK MTJ-032-03A-30FEJ2203 72794520 060J401106 RCA JACK MTJ-032-03A-32FEJ2204 72794521 060J401105 RCA JACK MTJ-032-03A-31FEJ8007 72798990 060J401095 RCA JACK MTJ-032-14V1B-05 FESWITCHESSW101 72796051 0508S11001 SWITCH (LEAF) LSA-1144EAUSW2201 72794688 0504101T34 SWITCH,TACT EVQ21505RSW2202 72794688 0504101T34 SWITCH,TACT EVQ21505RSW2203 72794688 0504101T34 SWITCH,TACT EVQ21505RSW2204 72794688 0504101T34 SWITCH,TACT EVQ21505RSW2205 72794688 0504101T34 SWITCH,TACT EVQ21505RSW2206 72794688 0504101T34 SWITCH,TACT EVQ21505RSW2207 72794688 0504101T34 SWITCH,TACT EVQ21505RSW2251 72794688 0504101T34 SWITCH,TACT EVQ21505RSW2252 72794688 0504101T34 SWITCH,TACT EVQ21505RSW2253 72794688 0504101T34 SWITCH,TACT EVQ21505RSW2254 72794688 0504101T34 SWITCH,TACT EVQ21505RSW2255 72794688 0504101T34 SWITCH,TACT EVQ21505RSW2256 72794688 0504101T34 SWITCH,TACT EVQ21505RSW2257 72794688 0504101T34 SWITCH,TACT EVQ21505RSW2258 72794688 0504101T34 SWITCH,TACT EVQ21505RVARIABLE RESISTORSVR401 72795471 V1K63H3BTE VOLUME,SEMI FIXED NVG6TLTAB222VR1701 72798389 V1K6214BT8 VOLUME,SEMI FIXED NVG6THTB103P.C.BOARD ASSEMBLIESPCB010 75002776 A5W601Y010 VCR MT PCB ASS'Y DME033APCB070 75002778 A5W601Y070 TV MT PCB ASS'Y CME019APCB110 75002779 A5W601Y110 CRT PCB ASS'Y CCE017APCB130 75002780 A5W601Y130 DVD MT PCB ASS'Y DME060AMISCELLANEOUSB402 72794357 024HT03553 CORE,BEADS W5RH3.5X5X1.0B1701 72794357 024HT03553 CORE,BEADS W5RH3.5X5X1.0B1702 72794357 024HT03553 CORE,BEADS W5RH3.5X5X1.0B2201 72794356 024HT03564 CORE,BEADS W4BRH3.5X6X1.0B2301 72795787 0246C51024 CORE,BEADS MMZ1608R102CTB2302 72795787 0246C51024 CORE,BEADS MMZ1608R102CTB2303 72795787 0246C51024 CORE,BEADS MMZ1608R102CTB2304 72795787 0246C51024 CORE,BEADS MMZ1608R102CTB2305 72795787 0246C51024 CORE,BEADS MMZ1608R102CTB4001 72795787 0246C51024 CORE,BEADS MMZ1608R102CTB4002 72795787 0246C51024 CORE,BEADS MMZ1608R102CTB4003 72795787 0246C51024 CORE,BEADS MMZ1608R102CTB4005 72795787 0246C51024 CORE,BEADS MMZ1608R102CTB4006 72795787 0246C51024 CORE,BEADS MMZ1608R102CTB4007 72795787 0246C51024 CORE,BEADS MMZ1608R102CTB4008 72795787 0246C51024 CORE,BEADS MMZ1608R102CTB4009 72795787 0246C51024 CORE,BEADS MMZ1608R102CTB4010 72795787 0246C51024 CORE,BEADS MMZ1608R102CTB4011 72795787 0246C51024 CORE,BEADS MMZ1608R102CTB4012 72795787 0246C51024 CORE,BEADS MMZ1608R102CTB4013 72795787 0246C51024 CORE,BEADS MMZ1608R102CTB4014 72795787 0246C51024 CORE,BEADS MMZ1608R102CTB4016 72795787 0246C51024 CORE,BEADS MMZ1608R102CTJ4-4


ELECTRICAL REPLACEMENT PARTS LISTLocation No. TSB P/N Reference No. DescriptionMISCELLANEOUSB4018 72795787 0246C51024 CORE,BEADS MMZ1608R102CTB8001 72794355 024HT03563 CORE,BEADS W4BRH3.5X6X1.0X2B8103 72795787 0246C51024 CORE,BEADS MMZ1608R102CTBL001 72782870 023C00022A COIL,BALUN HPN-01BT001 72783174 141U004016 BATTERY,MANGAN MNAAA(R03)BT002 72783174 141U004016 BATTERY,MANGAN MNAAA(R03)CD001 72799107 06CH012503 CORD,CONNECTOR CH012503CD351 72783532 06CU123805 CORD,CONNECTOR CU123805CD353 72799122 06CU122501 CORD,CONNECTOR CU122501CD401 72783158 06CH013006 CORD,CONNECTOR CH013006CD603 72798413 WDL6030038 FLAT CABLE AWM2468 AWG26 6C BLACK 300MMCD801 72799113 06CH82039A CORD,CONNECTOR CH82039ACD802 72799109 06CH013601 CORD,EIS CONNECTOR CH013601CD852 72781812 WBL6024038 FLAT CABLE AWM2468 AWG26 4C BLACK 240MMCP001 72796768 069D01001A CONNECTOR PCB SIDE 003P-2100! CP101 72796765 06972C0010 CONNECTOR PCB SIDE TMC-J12P-B2CP351 72796827 069W120019 CONNECTOR PCB SIDE TID-X02P-B2CP353 72796827 069W120019 CONNECTOR PCB SIDE TID-X02P-B2! CP401 72799039 069J620011 CONNECTOR PCB SIDE IMSA-9202B-1-02Z012-PT1! CP402 72796822 069S450089 CONNECTOR PCB SIDE A1561WV2-A5P! CP403 72782649 069J620080 CONNECTOR IMSA-9206H-TCP601 72796834 069X160379 CONNECTOR PCB SIDE 06JQ-STCP603 72796752 067U006049 WIRE HOLDER B2013H02-6PCP801 72796816 069S320010 CONNECTOR PCB SIDE A2361WV2-2PCP820 72796784 069R280589 CONNECTOR PCB SIDE 52147-0810! CD1702 72799247 1209415910 CORD,AC BUSH 9415910CD3001 72781819 WFL6020038 FLAT CABLE AWM2468 AWG26 8C BLACK 200MM! CD3002 72783533 06CU2G2201 CORD,CONNECTOR CU2G2201CD4002 72796900 06CU2B3301 CORD,CONNECTOR CU2B3301CD4502 72795877 122F061502 CORD,JUMPER 2F061502CD4503 72795878 W9L6012042 FLAT CABLE AWM2468 AWG26 2C BLACK 120MMCD8101 72795885 122H0C2204 CORD,JUMPER 2H0C2204! CP1702 72796820 069S420099 CONNECTOR PCB SIDE A1561WV2-2PKCP1708 72796768 069D01001A CONNECTOR PCB SIDE 003P-2100CP1709 72796768 069D01001A CONNECTOR PCB SIDE 003P-2100CP2301 72783177 069KYOT159 CONNECTOR PCB SIDE LD07T2-24ND-03CP2302 72799012 069EV53030 CONNECTOR PCB SIDE 00_6232_005_006_800+CP2303 72799013 069EV63030 CONNECTOR PCB SIDE 00_6232_006_006_800+CP3001 72796754 067U008029 WIRE HOLDER B2013H02-8PCP4501 72796477 0697290620 CONNECTOR PCB SIDE TOC-C09X-A1CP4502 72796773 069J760599 CONNECTOR PCB SIDE IMSA-9604S-06CCP4503 72796748 067U002019 WIRE HOLDER B2013H02-2PCP4504 72796798 069S250629 CONNECTOR PCB SIDE A2001WV2-5P! CP8001 72796807 069S2B0629 CONNECTOR PCB SIDE A2001WV2-11PCP8002 72796776 069J7C0599 CONNECTOR PCB SIDE IMSA-9604S-12CCP8003 72796800 069S260629 CONNECTOR PCB SIDE A2001WV2-6PCP8101 72799040 069J7C0589 CONNECTOR PCB SIDE IMSA-9604S-12F! CP851A 72796814 069S2G0629 CONNECTOR PCB SIDE A2001WV2-16P! CP852A 72796750 067U004029 WIRE HOLDER B2013H02-4P! CP852B 72796750 067U004029 WIRE HOLDER B2013H02-4PCP853B 72796782 069R260589 CONNECTOR PCB SIDE 52147-0610CUS011 72795887 800WFAA007 CUSHION BCUS012 72795888 800WFAA008 CUSHION CEL0701 72797069 124116281A EYE LET XRY16X28BDEL0702 72797070 124120301A EYE LET XRY20X30BD! F1701 72794493 081PC6R305 FUSE 51MS063L! FB401 72798962 043214059F TRANSFORMER,FLYBACK FQI14B008_MFH1701 72794496 06710T0009 HOLDER,FUSE EYF-52BCYFH1702 72794496 06710T0009 HOLDER,FUSE EYF-52BCYOS2201 72795949 0773071003 REMOTE RECEIVER RPM7138-WH10! RY1701 72796047 0560V20115 RELAY ALKS321! SP351 72799163 070N455002 SPEAKER YDP512-44! SP353 72799163 070N455002 SPEAKER YDP512-44TM101 72783678 076D0KH060 TRANSMITTER ORT204N7406069-J! TU001 72783421 0163300022 RF UNIT 115-V-KA35ARH! TH1701 72795546 DF5EL3R0A0 DEGAUSS ELEMENT ZPB45BL3R0A! V801 72783643 098Q150414 CRT W/DY A36AKJ13X02 C(M)X101 72796062 100DA32R01 CRYSTAL DT-26X102 72796101 100CT01403 CRYSTAL HC-49/U-SX601 72794703 100CT3R505 CRYSTAL HC-49/UX4001 72796063 100BT02701 CRYSTAL HC-49U/SX4501 72796064 100CT3R502 CRYSTAL HC-49/UJ4-5


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