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[CVA-1004 is not compatible with MD, cassette tapes and a 3-disc changer.

Initial System Start-Up

Immediately after installing or applying power to the unit, it should be initialized. To do this, first, remove the detachable front panel. Behind the front panel, to the right of the connector, there is a small hole. Using a pencil or other pointed object, press the reset switch mounted behind this hole to complete the initialization procedure.

RESET switch

Turning Power On and Off
Some of this unit's functions, cannot be performed while the vehicle is in motion. Be sure to stop your vehicle in a safe location and apply the parking brake, before attempting these operations.

Raising the Monitor

Press OPEN/CLOSE, or press and hold MUTE on the optional Remote Control. The unit beeps 3 times and raises the monitor automatically.
NOTES The CVA-1004 is a precision device. With gentle handling, its unique capabilities can be enjoyed for a long time. If the monitor touches an obstacle while it is being raised, the unit will stop raising the monitor immediately. Should this occur, remove the obstacle and press OPEN/CLOSE again to raise the monitor. When the movable monitor is opened, do not place any object on the monitor and be careful not to bump or apply any pressure to the monitor while it is open. This can cause damage to the mechanism. Under low ambient temperature conditions, the display may be dark for a short period of time immediately after the power is turned on. Once the LCD has warmed up, the display will return to normal. For your safety, some operation of the unit cannot be performed while the vehicle is in motion. In this case, first stop the vehicle and engage the parking brake, then perform the operation. If you select AUX or NAVI as the current source without connecting to the CVA-1004, a noise may occur when you open the monitor. This is not a malfunction.
Press SOURCE/PWR (Power) to turn on the unit. The opening screen appears automatically on the monitor.
NOTE The unit can be turned on by pressing any other button and TILT 7 8. except the OPEN/CLOSE, TITLE
The volume level gradually increases to the previous level you were listening to before the unit was turned off. Press and hold SOURCE/ PWR (Power) for at least 2 seconds to turn off the unit.

Current Time

Select the radio band and tune in a desired radio station you wish to store in the preset memory. Press and hold (for at least 2 seconds) any one of the preset buttons (1 through 6), into which you want to store the station. The selected station is stored. The display shows the band, preset No. and station frequency memorized. Repeat the procedure to store up to 5 other stations onto the same band. To use this procedure for other bands, simply select the band desired and repeat the procedure. A total of 18 stations can be stored in the preset memory (6 stations for each band; FM1, FM2, AM.)
NOTE If you store a station in a preset memory which already has a station, the current station will be cleared and replaced with the new station.

Manual Tuning

Press TUNE/A.ME repeatedly until "DX SEEK" and "SEEK" disappear from the display.
NOTE The initial mode is DX SEEK.
Press g or f to move downward or upward one step respectively until the desired station frequency is displayed.
NOTE The STEREO indicator appears on the monitor when a Stereo FM station is tuned in.
SOURCE/ PWR BAND/TEL. TUNE/A.ME
Tuning to Preset Stations
Press SOURCE/PWR to select the radio mode. Press BAND/TEL. repeatedly until the desired radio band is displayed. Press the station preset button that has your desired radio station in memory. The display shows the band, preset No. and frequency of the station selected.
Selecting a Station from the List
g f Rotary encoder Station preset buttons (1 through 6)
You can display the list of your titled stations (refer to Titling Discs/Stations on page 25), and select a station from this list.
Automatic Memory of Station Presets
When the monitor is open, press and hold the Rotary encoder for at least 2 seconds. The title list is displayed. Press g or f to select a station from the list. Press the Rotary encoder to tune in the selected station.
NOTE To cancel the title list display, press and hold the Rotary encoder for at least 2 seconds.
Press SOURCE/PWR to select the radio mode. Press BAND/TEL. repeatedly until the desired radio band is displayed. Press and hold TUNE/A.ME for at least 2 seconds. The frequency on the display continues to change while the automatic memory is in progress. The tuner will automatically seek and store 6 strong stations in the selected band. They will be stored into presets 1 to 6 buttons in order of signal strength. When the automatic memory has been completed, the tuner goes to the station stored in the preset location No. 1.

Press and hold g or f during play to fast backward or forward respectively. Release the button when you reach the desired portion you wish to play. Playback starts from that portion.
Press 5 ( ) during play to repeatedly play the chapter/track or title/disc being currently played. Each press changes the repeat play as follows: DVD:

Chapter

Press SOURCE/PWR. The "DVD Changer" appears in the monitor. DVD CHG is displayed in the sub-display. Press the disc select buttons (1 through 6) corresponding to one of the discs loaded in the DVD changer. Playback starts.
NOTES After selecting the desired disc, you can operate in the same may as for the DVD/Video CD/CD Player. For details please see elsewhere in this section. When the FUNC indicator is lit in red in the monitor, or is lit in the sub-display, the disc select buttons become nonfunctional.

(repeat play)

Title

Repeat Off

(normal play)

Video CD/CD:

Track
(repeat play) (video CD only)
NOTES The track/disc repeat modes cannot be used on video CDs with playback control (PBC). Press "MENU" to turn the PBC function off. For more details, see the operating instructions of your DVD player or DVD changer. When the monitor is open: displayed in the monitor In case a 6-disc DVD changer is connected: In DVD changer mode, press FUNC to light in red the "FUNC" indicator and go to step 1. When the monitor is closed: displayed in the sub- display In case a 6-disc DVD changer is connected: In DVD changer mode, press FUNC to illuminate the "FUNC" indicator and go to step 1.

SOURCE/ PWR MUTE/SETUP

Press g or f to select ON or OFF. ON: The volume level of the navigation systems voice guidance can be adjusted in 15 steps. OFF:The navigation systems voice guidance is not output. (For details about adjusting volume level, refer to Adjusting Volume/Balance/Fader on page 8.) For any other settings, press preset 5 or another preset button.

g f Preset 5

NOTES The volume level of the audio will be automatically reduced when the voice guidance of the Navigation system starts. When the voice guidance of the Navigation system starts to interrupt the audio, the display is automatically changed to the navigation screen.

BAND/TEL.

About MobileHub Link
Connect a separately sold Junction Box and a portable telephone (available from Nokia) to control the incoming and outgoing calls of the portable telephone.
Functions that can be operated from CVA-1004 Incoming Calls Automatically receive Manually receive Missed call announcement (information icon) Outgoing Calls Call out (Speed Dial) Call out (phone book) Call out (dialled) Call out (received) Call out (missed call) Short Messages Display receiving history Display short message Mail arrival announcement (information icon)
CAUTION Even with hands-free operation, a driver can be distracted during telephone operation or receiving a call. For the sake of safety, drivers are requested to refrain from operating the telephone while driving. For the sake of safety, operations other than incoming calls and Speed-Dial outgoing calls cannot be used. NOTES If a portable telephone is connected, its address book, incoming and outgoing history and short message history are downloaded to the Junction Box. Please refer to the instruction manual of the Junction BOX.

Incoming Calls

Press -/J to receive an incoming call. Press and hold BAND/TEL. for at least 2 seconds to finish a call. The telephone mode will end and return to the original source mode.
NOTES When the Automatic Calling mode is on, you can talk after 3 seconds of receiving the incoming call. To switch between automatic calling and manual calling, refer to "Setting the Call Receiving Method" (page 23). Press and hold BAND/TEL. for at least 2 seconds during an incoming call to disconnect it. You can call back by pressing :/J within 5 seconds after finishing a call.
Telephone Mode On and Off
Press BAND/TEL. for at least 2 seconds. See relevant pages for each item.
Calling by the Phone book
BAND/TEL. MUTE/SETUP Preset 6
You can call up the Phone book registered in the portable telephone to call from.
g f :/J J preset buttons (1 through 6) FUNC
Press and hold BAND/TEL. for at least 2 seconds. Press BAND/TEL. to select "PHONE BOOK" (on the monitor) or "PHONE Bk"(on the sub-display). The names in the phone book are displayed in alphabetical order. Press g or f to select the addressee from the phone book. To skip alphabetically to the next (or previous) set of name, press and hold g or f for at least 2 seconds. Press :/J to place a call when the monitor is closed. Or press :/J twice when the monitor is open. At the first press, the name and telephone number of the addressee is displayed. Then the second press places the call. Press and hold BAND/TEL. for at least 2 seconds to end the call. The telephone mode is canceled and returns to the original source mode. Calling by the outgoing history

Calling

The lists for Speed Dial, Phone Book, outgoing history, incoming history and incoming missed call history can be displayed. You can place a call by these lists. Calling by using the Speed Dial You can place a call by retrieving one of the telephone numbers registered in No. 1 to 9 of the address book.

Titling Discs/Stations

It is possible to title your favorite discs or radio stations. To activate the Title display mode: To title a disc, your vehicle must be parked with the ignition key in the ACC or ON position. To do this, follow the procedure below. 1. Push the foot brake to bring your vehicle to a complete stop at a safe location. Engage the parking brake. 2. Keep pushing the foot brake and release the parking brake once then engage it again. 3. While the parking brake is being engaged the second time, release the foot brake.

Press TITLE

to record the title.
Now, the locking system for the Title display mode has been released. Unless the ignition key is turned OFF, the Title display mode can be activated by engaging only the parking brake. The steps above (1 through 3) are not necessary. Each time the ignition key is turned OFF, the above steps must be repeated.
NOTE You cannot title discs/stations while you are driving. If you attempt to drive while titling, the display will show the warning CANT OPERATE WHILE DRIVING for 5 seconds and then the unit will return to normal mode.
NOTES If you cancel while entering a title, selected characters are not written. You can enter 24 radio station titles on this unit. If you try to store beyond the limit, the display will show MEMORY FULL At this point, no more titles can be stored. The Changer memory capacity varies depending upon the model being used. To input a new title, one of the previously inputted titles must first be deleted. When you want to erase a title, enter a space into all spaces. The operations described in steps 3 to 5 must be made within 10 seconds. The input mode will be canceled if no action is taken for over 10 seconds. Removing power from the unit may delete station titles. Use caution when manipulating the power cord.

bass engine TITLE

Setting the Bass Control
You can change the Bass Frequency emphasis to create your own tonal preference.

Preset 1 Preset 2

When the monitor is open, press bass engine. BASS ENGINE mode is displayed in the monitor. Press preset 1 to select the desired mode. Press g or f to adjust the selected mode. Bass Level : -7~+7 You can emphasize or weaken the bass frequency. Bass center frequency : 60Hz 70Hz 80Hz 90Hz 100Hz 130Hz 150Hz 200Hz Emphasizes the displayed Bass frequency ranges. Bass Band Width (Q-Factor): WIDE1 WIDE2 WIDE3 WIDE4 (Narrow).. (Wide) Changes the displayed frequency's band width to wide or narrow.

f :/J J

bass engine

Preset 1

Preset 2
Erasing Disc Title/Station Title
Press bass engine to return to normal mode.
NOTES If no buttons are pressed within 10 seconds, the Bass control setting will be turned off automatically. Depending on the type of external audio processors connected to the unit, you may not be able to set some settings. The settings of the Bass will be individually memorized for each source (FM, AM and CD) until the setting is changed. Depending on the connected devices, some functions and display indications do not work.
When the monitor is open, press TITLE to select the titling mode. Then, press for at least 2 seconds. and hold TITLE Within 10 seconds, press and hold -/J for at least 2 seconds to activate the title scanning mode. The title in the display will blink. Press g or f repeatedly until the title you want to erase is displayed. Press -/J to display DELETE TITLE. Press -/J again within 10 seconds to erase the selected title. Press TITLE to cancel the title erasing mode.
NOTES You cannot erase CD-TEXT. When no title is input, NO DATA is displayed and then the unit returns to the disc/station titling mode.
Operation with the monitor closed You can set the Bass control with the monitor closed.
Setting the Treble Control
You can change the Treble Frequency emphasis to create your own tonal preference.
Press bass engine. Press preset 1. BASS is displayed for 2 seconds in the sub-display, then the value of BASS Level blinks. Each time you press preset 1, the blinking shifts. Example of sub-display
When the monitor is open, press bass engine. BASS ENGINE mode is displayed in the monitor. Press preset 2 to select the desired mode. Press g or f to adjust the selected mode. Treble Level : -7~+7 You can emphasize the treble frequency. Treble center frequency: 10.0kHz 12.5kHz 15.0kHz 17.5kHz Emphasizes the displayed Treble frequency ranges.
Press g or f to adjust the selected mode.
NOTES If no buttons are pressed within 10 seconds, the Treble control setting will be turned off automatically. Depending on the type of external audio processors connected to the unit, you may not be able to set some settings. The settings of the Treble will be individually memorized for each source (FM, AM and CD) until the setting is changed. Depending on the connected devices, some functions and display indications do not work.

NOTE The Color setting for the video sources (AUX/DVD/NAV.) will be individually memorized.
Setting the Background Screen Color (DAY/NIGHT)
The background color can be set differently for daytime use (DIMMER OFF) and nighttime use (DIMMER ON). (For details of Dimmer ON/OFF, refer to Illumination Control on page 29.) After carrying out steps 1 to 3 of To display the SETUP screen (page 29), perform the operation shown below.

Scroll Setting

After carrying out steps 1 to 3 of "To display the SETUP screen" (page 29), perform the operation shown below.
When the monitor is open, press and hold MUTE/SETUP for at least 2 seconds. Press preset 2 to select GENERAL Setting mode. Press preset 2 to select SCROLL. Press g or f and select AUTO or MANUAL. AUTO: The display of CD text, title, etc., is scrolled continuously. MANUAL: The display is scrolled only when a disc is loaded or when a track is changed, etc. For any other settings, press preset 1 or another preset button.
When the monitor is open, press and hold MUTE/SETUP for at least 2 seconds. The SETUP screen appears. Press preset 1 to activate the DISPLAY setting mode. Press preset 1 again to select B.GND(DAY) or B.GND(NIGHT). Press g or f to select the color. BLUE-1 GREEN-1 GRAY-1 GRAY-2 GREEN-2 BLUE-2 For any other settings, press preset 1 or another preset button.
When the setting is completed, press MUTE/ SETUP to return to normal mode.
Setting the Automatic Background Screen Color
When the Auto Background Screen Color is set to ON, turning the ignition key on and off changes the background screen color to blue, green or gray. After carrying out steps 1 to 3 of To display the SETUP screen (page 29), perform the operation shown below.
When the monitor is open, press and hold MUTE/SETUP for at least 2 seconds. The SETUP screen appears. Press preset 1 to activate the DISPLAY setting mode. Press preset 1 again to select AUTO B.GND. Press g or f to set ON or OFF. For any other settings, press preset 1 or another preset button. After setting is completed, press MUTE/SETUP to return to normal mode.
TITLE MUTE/ SETUP OPEN/CLOSE
Turning Sound Guide Function On or Off
The Sound Guide function will give audible feedback with a beep sound when a button on the unit is pressed to acknowledge the receipt of the signal from the button. After carrying out steps 1 to 3 of "To display the SETUP screen" described on (page 29), perform the operation shown below.

Displaying Time

When the monitor is closed, press TITLE repeatedly until the clock time is displayed in the sub-display.
NOTES Selecting any function while in the clock priority mode will interrupt the time display momentarily. The function selected will be displayed for about 5 seconds before the time returns to the display. The clock time is not shown on both the monitor and the sub-display simultaneously.
Setting the XM Auxiliary Data Field (ADF)
You can set the Auxiliary Data Field (ADF) display of the received channel. After carrying out steps 1 to 3 of To display the SETUP screen (page 29), perform the operation shown below.
Adjusting Source Signal Levels
If the difference in volume level betweenFM radio and other sources is too great, adjust the FM signal level as follows. After carrying out steps 1 to 3 of To display the SETUP screen (page 29), perform the operation shown below.
When the monitor is open, press and hold MUTE/SETUP for at least 2 seconds. The SETUP screen appears. Press preset 4 to activate the RADIO setting mode. Press preset 4 again to select XM ADF. Press g or f to select ON or OFF. Select ON to display Auxiliary Data Field (ADF) in the XM mode (refer to Changing the Display on page 13). For any other settings, press preset 4 or another preset button.

Preset 5

After setting is completed, Press MUTE/SETUP to return to normal mode.
When the monitor is open, press and hold MUTE/SETUP for at least 2 seconds. The SETUP screen appears. Press preset 4 to select the RADIO setting mode. Press preset 4 again to select FM LEVEL. Press g or f to select the FM signal level HIGH or LOW to make the signal levels between the FM band and other sources closer. For any other settings, press preset 4 or another preset button.
Subwoofer Control On and Off
When the monitor is open, press and hold MUTE/SETUP for at least 2 seconds. Press preset 5 to set to the SYSTEM setting mode. Press preset 5 again to select the SUBWOOFER mode. Press g or f to select Subwoofer ON or OFF. For any other settings, press preset 5 or another preset button.
NOTES Initial mode is "SUBWOOFER ON." Set to "SUBWOOFER OFF" unless the subwoofer is used. When the subwoofer is turned on, the subwoofer output level can be adjusted. For more details, refer to the Adjusting Volume/Balance/Fader (page 8).

Switching the Tuner Mode

The CVA-1004 incorporates the MAX TUNE SQ for the highest quality tuner audio. Moreover, you can choose between three settings to suit your personal preferences. After carrying out steps 1 to 3 of To display the SETUP screen (page 29), perform the operation shown below.

1 When the monitor is open: displayed in the monitor When the monitor is closed: displayed in the sub-display NOR REV 2 When the CDA-5755 is connected: (Preset 1 through 4)
NOTE For details about external audio processor operation, see the owners manual of the external audio processor.

Simultaneous Operation

You can watch the video portion of another source while listening to current source. After carrying out steps 1 to 3 of "To display the SETUP screen" (page 29), perform the operation shown below. 4 Set SPE.ANA to ON to select the SPE.ANA display (refer to Displaying Spectrum Analyzer on page 38). to select the desired SPE.ANA Press TITLE mode from 1 through 6 and SCAN. 5 The source, disc number, elapsed time, etc., are displayed.
NOTES When AUX IN (AUX1, AUX2, AUX3) and NAV.IN are set to ON, the AUX (AUX1, AUX2, AUX3) and NAV. mode is displayed (refer to "Setting the External Input" on page 37). To switch the sound source, press SOURCE/PWR during SIMUL. If the picture and the sound are from the same source, the SIMUL function is not canceled.
Press V.SEL to select the video position. Example of when not connecting the expansion box: (Picture) RADIO1 AUX2 NAV. (Voice) RADIO RADIO RADIO
Example 1 of when connecting the expansion box (KCE-104V): AUX33 (Picture) RADIO1 AUX12 AUX2 (Voice) RADIO RADIO RADIO RADIO SPE.ANA4 RADIO NAV. RADIO
Press and hold V.SEL for at least 2 seconds to cancel the SIMUL function.
Example 2 of when connecting the expansion box (KCE-104V): (Picture) DVD (Voice) DVD DVD5 DVD AUX2 DVD

SPE.ANA4 DVD

NAV. AUX33 DVD DVD
1 The source, band, frequencies, etc., are displayed. 2 If a DVD player or DVD changer is connected, you can receive the DVD picture/sound. DVD player (DVA-5200) is connected: Press FUNC on the remote control supplied with the DVD player. The DVD picture and sound are output. DVD player (DVA-5205) or DVD changer (DHAS680) is connected: Press and hold V. OUT on the remote control supplied with the DVD player or DVD changer for at least 2 seconds. The DVD picture and voice are output. 3 When the KCE-104V and a rear camera are connected, the unit can receive the picture (refer to Setting the External Input on page 37).
In the Mode 2 (Zoom), the monitor displays a normal picture wider to fit in the wide-screen monitor by unevenly stretching out. The center portion of the picture is stretched out only slightly in order to make the important center portion of the picture look natural.

Switching Display Mode

Press and hold FUNC for at least 2 seconds in the AUX mode. Each press changes the display modes as follows: MODE 1 MODE 2 MODE 3 MODE 4 (WIDE) (ZOOM) (CINEMA) (NORMAL)
In the Mode 3 (Cinema), the monitor displays a normal picture by stretching out the picture horizontally and vertically. This mode is good for displaying a cinema type picture with the proportion of 16 to 9.

DO NOT INSTALL IN LOCATIONS WITH HIGH MOISTURE OR DUST.
Avoid installing the unit in locations with high incidence of moisture or dust. Moisture or dust that penetrates into this unit may result in product failure.
DO NOT SPLICE INTO ELECTRICAL CABLES.
Never cut away cable insulation to supply power to other equipment. Doing so will exceed the current carrying capacity of the wire and result in fire or electric shock.

Precautions

Be sure to disconnect the cable from the () battery post before installing your CVA-1004. This will reduce any chance of damage to the unit in case of a short-circuit. Be sure to connect the color coded leads according to the diagram. Incorrect connections may cause the unit to malfunction or damage to the vehicle's electrical system. When making connections to the vehicle's electrical system, be aware of the factory installed components (e.g. on-board computer). Do not tap into these leads to provide power for this unit. When connecting the CVA1004 to the fuse box, make sure the fuse for the intended circuit of the CVA-1004 has the appropriate amperage. Failure to do so may result in damage to the unit and/or the vehicle. When in doubt, consult your ALPINE dealer. The CVA-1004 uses female RCA-type jacks for connection to other units (e.g. amplifier) having RCA connectors. You may need an adaptor to connect other units. If so, please contact your authorized ALPINE dealer for assistance. Be sure to connect the speaker () leads to the speaker () terminal. Never connect left and right channel speaker cables to each other or to the vehicle body.
DO NOT DAMAGE PIPE OR WIRING WHEN DRILLING HOLES.
When drilling holes in the chassis for installation, take precautions so as not to contact, damage or obstruct pipes, fuel lines, tanks or electrical wiring. Failure to take such precautions may result in fire.
DO NOT USE BOLTS OR NUTS IN THE BRAKE OR STEERING SYSTEMS TO MAKE GROUND CONNECTIONS.
Bolts or nuts used for the brake or steering systems (or any other safety-related system), or tanks should NEVER be used for installations or ground connections. Using such parts could disable control of the vehicle and cause fire etc.
KEEP SMALL OBJECTS SUCH AS BOLTS OR SCREWS OUT OF THE REACH OF CHILDREN.

IMPORTANT

Please record the serial number of your unit in the space provided below and keep it as a permanent record. The serial number plate is located on the bottom of the unit. SERIAL NUMBER: INSTALLATION DATE: INSTALLATION TECHNICIAN: PLACE OF PURCHASE:

Connection Diagram of SPST Switch (Sold Separately)
(If the ACC power supply is not available)
SPST SW (Optional) IGNITION (Red) BATTERY (Yellow)

Battery

NOTE If your vehicle has no ACC power supply, add an SPST (Single-Pole, Single-Throw) switch (sold separately). If the switched power (ignition) lead of the CVA-1004 is connected directly to the positive (+) post of the vehicles battery, the CVA-1004 draws some current (several hundred milliamperes) even when its switch is placed in the OFF position and the battery may be discharged.

Basic Connections

Antenna
REMOTE OUT (White/Brown) FOOT BRAKE (Yellow/Black)

To remote input lead.

To the foot brake cord or brake lamp cord.

ILLUMINATION (Orange)

To the instrument cluster illumination lead. To amplifier or equalizer.

EQ/DIV

REMOTE TURN-ON (Blue/White) POWER ANT (Blue) AUDIO INTERRUPT IN (Pink/Black) PARKING BRAKE (Yellow/Blue) IGNITION

To power antenna.

"

To vehicle phone.

To the parking brake signal lead.

Choke Coil

(Red) BATTERY (Yellow)

Ignition key

GND (Black)

SPEAKER RIGHT FRONT

(Gray)

(Gray/Black)

~ + ,. / :

Front right

SPEAKER RIGHT REAR

(Violet/Black)

(Violet)
Rear right Speakers Rear left

SPEAKER LEFT REAR

(Green) (Green/Black)

SPEAKER LEFT FRONT

(White/Black)

(White)

Front left
1 Remote Control Interface Connector Connect to the remote control interface box. 2 Remote Control Output Lead (White/Brown) Connect this lead to the remote control input lead. This lead outputs the controlling signals from the remote control. 3 Foot Brake Lead Connect to the vehicles foot brake lead or brake lamp lead. 4 RGB input Connector 5 Ai-NET Cable 6 Power Supply Connector 7 System Switch When connecting an equalizer or divider using AiNET feature, place this switch in the EQ/DIV position. When no device is connected, leave the switch in the NORM position.

ALPINE ELECTRONICS OF AMERICA, INC. AND ALPINE OF CANADA INC. ("Alpine"), are dedicated to quality craftsmanship and are pleased to offer this Warranty. We suggest that you read it thoroughly. Should you have any questions, please contact your Dealer or Alpine at one of the telephone numbers listed below.

[PRODUCTS COVERED:

This Warranty covers Car Audio/Visual Products and Related Accessories ("the product"). Products purchased in the Canada are covered only in the Canada. Products purchased in the U.S.A. are covered only in the U.S.A.
2 You should provide a detailed description of the problem(s) for which service is required. 3 You must supply proof of your purchase of the product. 4 You must package the product securely to avoid damage during shipment.

[LENGTH OF WARRANTY:

This Warranty is in effect for one year from the date of the first consumer purchase.
[HOW WE LIMIT IMPLIED WARRANTIES:
ANY IMPLIED WARRANTIES INCLUDING FITNESS FOR USE AND MERCHANTABILITY ARE LIMITED IN DURATION TO THE PERIOD OF THE EXPRESS WARRANTY SET FORTH ABOVE AND NO PERSON IS AUTHORIZED TO ASSUME FOR ALPINE ANY OTHER LIABILITY IN CONNECTION WITH THE SALE OF THE PRODUCT.
[LIFETIME TAPE HEAD WARRANTY:
All Alpine Car Audio analog tape heads excluding Video tape heads are warranted for life against manufacturing defects causing failure.

[WHO IS COVERED:

This Warranty only covers the original purchaser of the product, who must reside in the United States, Puerto Rico or Canada.
[HOW WE EXCLUDE CERTAIN DAMAGES:
ALPINE EXPRESSLY DISCLAIMS LIABILITY FOR INCIDENTAL AND CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES CAUSED BY THE PRODUCT. THE TERM "INCIDENTAL DAMAGES" REFERS TO EXPENSES OF TRANSPORTING THE PRODUCT TO THE ALPINE SERVICE CENTER, LOSS OF THE ORIGINAL PURCHASER'S TIME, LOSS OF THE USE OF THE PRODUCT, BUS FARES, CAR RENTALS OR OTHERS COSTS RELATING TO THE CARE AND CUSTODY OF THE PRODUCT. THE TERM "CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES" REFERS TO THE COST OF REPAIRING OR REPLACING OTHER PROPERTY WHICH IS DAMAGED WHEN THIS PRODUCT DOES NOT WORK PROPERLY. THE REMEDIES PROVIDED UNDER THIS WARRANTY ARE EXCLUSIVE AND IN LIEU OF ALL OTHERS.

Alpine Electronics of America, Inc., 19145 Gramercy Place, Torrance, California 90501, U.S.A. Alpine Electronics of Canada, Inc., Suite 203, 7300 Warden Ave. Markham, Ontario, L3R 9Z6, Canada

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SERVICE MANUAL

MOBILE MULTIMEDIA STATION

CONTROL

Caution : The part marked with ! is generating a high Voltage, so care will be necessary when working.

MUTE/SETUP

OPEN/CLOSE SLIDE

TUNE/A.ME

MOBILE MULTIMEDIA STATION 45Wx4

FOLDER/CAT

SOURCE PWR

BAND TEL.

3 P.PTY

T.INFO ANNC.

(CVA-1004R)

TO ALPINE Home Page

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CVA-1004R /CVA-1004RR

<Cautions for Safe Repair Work>
The following cautions will prevent accidents in the workplace and will ensure safe products. *The symbols indicate caution is needed to prevent injuries and damage to property. The symbols and their meanings follow. If you ignore this symbol and handle the product incorrectly or unsafely, serious injury or death may result. If you ignore this symbol and handle the product incorrectly or unsafely, injury or only material damage may result.

Warning Caution

*The following symbols indicate two levels of cautions. When you see this symbol, you have to be very careful.
When you see this symbol, you have to follow the instructions there.

Warning

Do not look squarely into the laser light coming from the pickup.

You may loose you sight.

Fuse Caution
Always use a designated fuse. Use of an incorrect fuse may result in a fire.

Caution

Do not allow wiring to be caught in the screw/chassis.
If wiring is caught in the screw/chassis, it may cause a short circuit, resulting in a fire.

Battery Caution

Use the designated battery. Confirm the correct polarity and seat of the battery. An incorrect battery or an improperly connected or seated battery may result in a fire.

High Temperature Caution

Touching the heat sink may cause severe burns.

Designated Parts Caution

Look up the part list and ensure that only designated parts are used to prevent problems or accidents.
Reverse Power Supply Connections or Misconnections Caution
Reverse power supply connections or misconnections may cause ignition problems and smoke may result.

Wiring Caution

Ensure that the wiring is correct when rewiring to prevent problems with ignition/breakdown.

Soldering Caution

Hot solder from solder splash may cause severe burns.

Wear Gloves

Wear gloves to prevent electrical shocks or injury from the end face of the metal.

Contents

Packing Assembly Parts List Packing Method View System Connections Specifications Extension Cable Specification Explanation Adjustment Procedures How to use JIG for the LPS Adjustment Block Diagram Parts Layout on P.W.Boards and Wiring Diagram Schematic Diagram Terminal Voltage of IC/TR Description of IC Terminal Exploded View (Cabinet) Attention in Assembling
Cabinet Assembly Parts List Electrical Parts List
NOTE : Due to continuing product improvement, specifications and designs are subject to change without notice.
Packing Assembly Parts List
Symbol No. 109 Part No. Description Symbol No. Part No. Description
15B03202K01 01E35519S01 07B03203K01 03A31982Y01 33C03201K01 15D03200K01 68P02294K66 03E27739S01 75E28553S01
CARRING,BAG ASS'Y WIRE PWR BKT,STOPPER ASS'Y SCR M4X5 FLAT FACE,PLATE CASE,INNER OWNERS MANUAL(RO/RR) BOLT HEX M5(A) CAP RUBBER

Packing Method View

X1 102

AMP AMP

108 109

0.85 0.5 0.85 0.5

X6 105

106 X1

X1 108

X1 109

TO CONTENTS

System Connections

<Basic Connections>
Antenna ISO Antenna Plug 13

REMOTE OUT (White/Brown)

To remote input lead

EQ/DIV

(Pink/Black)

AUDIO INTERRUPT IN

To vehicle phone

REMOTE TURN-ON

(Blue/White)
To amplifier or equalizer
(Yellow/Blue) PARKING BRAKE
To the parking brake signal lead

(Orange) ILLUMINATION

To the instrument cluster illumination lead
(Red) (Black) IGNITION GND

To power antenna

(Blue)

POWER ANT

Ignition key 12

Choke Coil

(Yellow) BATTERY

Battery 25

(Green) (Green/Black)

Rear Left

(White) (White/Black) (Grey/Black) (Grey)
Front Left Speakers Front Right

(Violet/Black) (Violet)

Rear Right
ISO Antenna Converter Plug Antenna Receptacle Audio Interrupt In Lead (Pink/Black) Connect this lead to the Audio Interface output of a cellular phone which provides ground shorting when a call is received. If a device having the interrupt feature is connected, audio will be automatically muted whenever the interrupt signal is received from the device. Remote Turn-On Lead (Blue/White) Connect this lead to the remote turn-on lead of your amplifier or signal processor. Parking Brake Lead (Yellow/Blue) Connect this lead to the power supply side of the parking brake switch to transmit the parking brake status signals to the CVA-1004R/CVA-1004RR. Illumination Lead (Orange) This lead may be connected to the vehicle's instrument cluster illumination lead.This will allow the backlighting of the CVA-1004R/CVA-1004RR to dim whenever the vehicle's lights are turned on. Switched Power Lead (Ignition) (Red) Connect this lead to an open terminal on the vehicle's fuse box or another unused power source which provides (+) 12V only when the ignition is turned on or in the accessory position. Ground Lead (Black) Connect this lead to a good chassis ground on the vehicle. Make sure the connection is made to bare metal and is securely fastened using the sheet metal screw provided. Power Antenna Lead (Blue) Connect this lead to the +B terminal of your power antenna, if applicable.
NOTE This lead should be used only for controlling the vehicle's power antenna. Do not use this lead to turn on an amplifier or a signal processor, etc.
Fuse Holder (15A) ISO Power Supply Connector Remote Control Interface Connector To remote control interface box. Remote Control Output Lead (White/Brown) Connect this lead to the remote control input lead. This lead outputs the controlling signals from the remote control. RGB Input Connector Ai-NET Cable Power Supply Connector Left Rear (+) Speaker Output Lead (Green) Left Rear () Speaker Output Lead (Green/ Black) Left Front (+) Speaker Output Lead (White) Left Front () Speaker Output Lead (White/Black) Right Front () Speaker Output Lead (Grey/ Black) Right Front (+) Speaker Output Lead (Grey) Right Rear () Speaker Output Lead (Violet/ Black) Right Rear (+) Speaker Output Lead (Violet) ISO Connector (Speaker Output) System Switch When connecting an equalizer or divider using AiNET feature, place this switch in the EQ/DIV position.When no device is connected, leave the switch in the NORM position.

Specifications

<Monitor SECTION>
Screen Size Drive System..... 6.5-type..... TFT active matrix Display System.... Transparent type TN LCD Number of Picture Elements.... 280,800 pcs. (1,200 x 234) Light Source.... U-shaped cold cathode fluorescent tube
<Tuner SECTION - FM RADIO>
Intermediate Frequency.... 10.70.1MHz Frequency Range.... 87.5 to 108MHz Usable Sensitivity (Mono, 30dB S/N, at 98.1MHz)... 20.2dBf -3dB Limiting Sensitivity (at 98.1MHz) S/N Ratio (at 98.1MHz)... 21.2dBf.... 2810dB Mono : 58dB Image Rejection (at 106.1MHz) IF Rejection (at 90.1MHz).... 40dB..... 60dB... 100Hz : 03dB 10kHz : -103dB Stereo Separation (1kHz, at 98.1MHz) PS Sensitivity (at 98.1MHz).... 20dB.... 36.2dBf Residual Noise (Ref. 400Hz, at 98.1MHz)

.... Stereo : 55dB

Distortion (Input 60dBu, at 98.1MHz).... 1% Frequency Response (Ref. 400Hz, at 98.1MHz)
<Tuner SECTION - MW RADIO>
Intermediate Frequency.... 1st. : 10.7MHz 2nd. : 450kHz Frequency Range.... 531 to 1,602kHz Usable Sensitivity (20dB S/N, at 999kHz).... 36dB S/N Ratio (at 999kHz)..... 44dB.... 50dB.... 60dB.... 100Hz : -34dB 2.5kHz : -34dB Image Rejection (at 1,404kHz, 2nd. IF) IF Rejection (at 603kHz, 2nd. IF)
Distortion (at 999kHz)..... 1.5% Frequency Response (Ref. 400Hz, at 999kHz)
<Tuner SECTION - LW RADIO>
Intermediate Frequency.... 1st. : 10.7MHz 2nd. : 450kHz Frequency Range.... 153 to 281kHz Usable Sensitivity (20dB S/N, at 216kHz).... 42dB S/N Ratio (at 216kHz)..... 44dB..... 50dB.... 60dB.... 100Hz : -34dB 2.5kHz : -34dB Image Rejection (at 270kHz, 2nd. IF) IF Rejection (at 162kHz, 2nd. IF)
Distortion (at 216kHz)..... 1.5% Frequency Response (Ref. 400Hz, at 216kHz)

<GENERAL>

Signal System..... PAL System Power Supply.... DC14.4V (11 to 16V allowable).. 18W/ch/4ohm. REAR : 2V2.5dBV/ch/10kohm Power Output (Ref. CD 1kHz, 0dB (TCD-782, No.2), T.H.D. 10%) /Impedance Pre Output (Ref. CD 1kHz, 0dB (TCD-782, No.2), T.H.D. 1%) /Impedance Back-up Current (ACC OFF 30Sec. After)
.... 5mA Nose (Closed) : 170 x 46.2 x 28.5mm Nose (Maximum Projected Position) : 170 x 46.2 x 153mm
Dimensions (W x H x D).... Chassis : 178 x 50 x 165mm
Weight...... 2.1kg NOTE : Due to Continuing product improvement, specifications and designs are subject to change without notice.

Extension Cable

* When repairing or measuring the voltage of this unit, connect with the Extension Cable as shown in below.

TUNER P.W.Board

CVA-1004R/ CVA-1004RR TP7002
+ VGND(TP7050) LCD P.W.Board Figure 7
CVA-1004R/ CVA-1004RR TP7046 + VGND(TP7050) LCD P.W.Board -

Oscilloscope

Frequency Counter

+ Figure 8

CVA-1004R/ CVA-1004RR TP7056 AUX IN + Pattern Generator (10STEP Signal) GND VGND (TP7050) + -

LCD P.W.Board

Figure 9
CVA-1004R/ CVA-1004RR TP7015 AUX IN + Pattern Generator (10STEP Signal) GND VGND (TP7050) + -

Figure 10

CVA-1004R/ CVA-1004RR TP7014 AUX IN + Pattern Generator (10STEP Signal) GND VGND (TP7050) + -

Figure 11

CVA-1004R/ CVA-1004RR TP7016 AUX IN + Pattern Generator (10STEP Signal) GND VGND (TP7050) + -

Figure 12

(2) Adjustment Procedures * PAL Adjustment Test Point/ P.W.Board Coordinates

Step 1

Operations Process Confirm AUX terminal OPEN.

Connection Figure 5 to 8

PWM Frequency Adjustment

Figure 5

TP813 (4-F) TP7050 (5-C) TP7053 (5-C) TP7050 (5-C) TP7002 (5-C) TP7050 (5-C) TP7046 (5-C) TP7050 (5-C) TP7046 (5-C) TP7050 (5-C)
Adjust by VR803 so that it may be set to 119 to 120KHz.

VSS Voltage Adjustment

Figure 6
Adjust by VR802 so that it may be set to -16V +0.1, -0.1.

VGH Voltage Adjustment

Figure 7
Adjust by VR801 so that it may be set to +13V +0.1, -0.1.
HSYNC Frequency Adjustment

Figure 8

Adjust by VR7002 so that it may be set to range which does not exceed 15.64kHz from 15.63KHz.
HSYNC Lo-period Adjustment
Adjust by VR7001 so that it may be set to 3.12uS+0.05, -0.05.
Input 10STEP Signal from AUX.
Figure 9 to 12 TP7056 (5-C) TP7050 (5-C) TP7015 (5-C) TP7050 (5-C) TP7015 (5-C) TP7050 (5-C) TP7015 (5-C) TP7050 (5-C) TP7014 (5-C) TP7050 (5-C) Adjust to DC+5.9 to -1.9 amplitude by VR701 and VR709. (7.8V+0.1, -0.1) [NOTE : VR701 : DC Center Voltage Adjustment VR709 : Amplitude Adjustment] Adjust from black to the 3rd. waveform by VR702 so that it may be set to AC1.9V. (Refer to A of Figure 13) Adjust between white and from white to the 6th. waveform by VR703 so that it may be set to AC3.0V (Refer to B of Figure 13) Adjust white waveform by VR703 so that it may be set to AC3.9 to 4.0V. (Refer to C of Figure 13) Adjust by VR705 and VR707 so that TP7014 waveform may become the same as TP7015 waveform. [NOTE : VR705 : adjust from black to 8th. gradation. VR707 : adjust from 8th. gradation to white.] Adjust by VR706 and VR708 so that TP7016 waveform may become the same as TP7015 waveform. [NOTE : VR706 : adjust from black to 8th. gradation. VR708 : adjust from 8th. gradation to white.]

VOM Amplitude Adjustment

GREEN Waveform-1 Adjustment
GREEN Waveform-2 Adjustment
GREEN Waveform-3 Adjustment
RED Waveform-1 Adjustment
BLUE Waveform-1 Adjustment
TP7016 (5-C) TP7050 (5-C)

Step 14

Operations Process After finishing PAL Adjustment, change to COLOR BAR Signal.
Test Point/ P.W.Board Coordinates
RED Waveform-2 Adjustment
TP7014 (5-C) TP7050 (5-C)
Adjust by L706 so that blue level of TP7014 waveform may become the same as black level of TP7014 Waveform. (Refer to Figure 14-1 and -2.) NOTE : It is the easy method which is adjusted looking at COLOR BAR reflected in LCD directly. Adjust by VR710 so that the output amplitude of every 1H may be united by TP7016 waveform. (Refer to Figure 15-1 and -2.) NOTE : It is adjustment standard that the flicker of magenta and RED becomes the minimum.
BLUE Waveform-2 Adjustment
B.GND [DAY] is set to GREEN-2 on the SETUP screen of FM SOURCE, and flicker is adjusted. -1. After pushing "SOURCE/PWR" Key and "CHG/R.SEL" Key at the same time, push "PLAY/ PAUSE/TUNE/A.ME" more than 3 seconds. -2. ACC ON/FF -3. Elimination of EEP-ROM Memory -4. BLUE-1 screen

White Position

Black Position

Figure 13

<Before Adjustment>

<After Adjustment>

How to use jig for the LPS Adjustment (01V32359S01)

Outline

Our JIG is JIG which makes Mechanism Block move to adjust the voltage of LPS for TILT of in-dash monitor such as CVA-1004RCVA-1004RR. It is adjusted with measuring an output voltage from LPS and confirming the voltage. (This adjustment surely becomes necessary when MONITOR and Mechanism Block are left.)

Connection Figure

Multi Meter
It is put here. JIG FLEX.

SW1 Red Wire Black Wire

It is inserted into the product. (26P)
It is inserted into the jig. (40P)

Power Supply

Vacancy

12V input

How to use it (Be sure to carry out this adjustment when you leave DISPLAY and MONITOR Mechanism Block.)
1. It is connected as the above Connection Figure. 2. Power supply is turned on. (12V) 3. DISPLAY is moved to the horizontal position by using the switch. (Refer to Figure-1.) 1) SW1 : The adjustment of TILT is done. (angle adjustment of MONITOR Block) 2) SW2 : The adjustment of Load is done. (The dimension that MONITOR Block comes out is adjusted.) 4. COVER TURNER is removed. 5. GEAR, LPS ASSY (121) are removed. 6. Volume under GEAR, LPS ASSY is turned, and the voltage of the Multi Meter adjusts it to 0.10+0.10, -0.10V (the voltage of MONITOR horizontal position). (Refer to Figure-2.) 7. GEAR, LPS ASSY are put after the adjustment. It confirms that it is 0.01 to 0.20V though voltage value changes a little when it is put. (Adjustment is necessity again if it comes off 0.01 to 0.20V.) 8. COVER TURNER is put, JIG FLEX. is removed, adjustment completion.

Figure-1

SW1 is pushed down on the A side, and Display is made horizontal. (It is made the condition like the Figure.) A

SW1 B SW2

The figure which saw SW from the top

It is made horizontal.

Figure-2
Volume under GEAR, LPS ASSY is turned, and the voltage of the Multi Meter adjusts it to 0.10+0.10, -0.10V (the voltage of MONITOR horizontal position).
Power Supply It is monitored.
Reference information * The voltage of the movement range of LPS for TILT moves in the range of 0.1 to 4.2V.

Block Diagram

ANT MULTI CHIP UNIT TUNER (TDA7511) E2PROM (M24C01) ELE VOL (TDA7412)

Ai AUDIO

FRONT REAR S-W NAVI AUDIO

Ai DIN

POWER CONN

RDS DECODER

AUX AUDIO

BUS I/F

FRONT REAR

Power-IC 5V Reg.

Motor & Det.

Motor Driver Reg.

Reg. (+8.3V) (+5V) (FM/AM SW) Reg. (+5.0V) (-16V) (+13V)

MAIN u-COM

REM/ P.ANT

REM P.ANT

CFL BACKLIGHT LCD MONITOR (6.5 WIDE) TIMING IC

DC/AC INV.

Power ON +B
: AUDIO/CONT : VIDEO signal : RGB signal : Communication

LCD I/F

H/V SYNC.
REMO -CON OSD/ VIDEO SEL NAVI /EXT SEL NAVI /MUTE SEL

Navi 13pin DIN AUX I/F

REM SEL

REM OUT

BUFFER LCD MONITOR Block

ISOLATOR

Navi 13pin DIN

DF CON

Key(A/D) LCD Driver LAMP LED

RGB DECODER

NAVI/AUX SEL AV SEL

REAR/S.W.

AUX1,2,3, 3Pre OUT

4V P-CONT

AUX IN

LCD Display (1/3Duty)

BUFFER BUFFER AUX out1,2
CH101 9230B-1-15Z128 C121 0.022 L122 15uH R121 10-1/4 R104 22k CL121 4.7uH
ANT101 ANT, RECEPTACLE-DB

CH102 FH12-40S

Q101 XN1A312

C151 1

TB428 TB427 TB426 TB425 D121 L132 BK1608HM102 1PS226 CTB434 TB433 TB432 TB431 TB430 TB429 SA121 CSA30-201M L123 52mH CF121 LPF11830KH RTB455 TB454 TB453 TB452 C106 100p

R453 8.2k SW454 SKQGAC

R454 27k SW455 SKQGAC

R455 Q451 #1 620-1/4 $1 2.4k-1/4 DTA143EE

LD451 BG1111C

LD452 BG1111C

LD453 BG1111C

R456 #1 470-1/4 $1 1.6k-1/4

LD454 BG1111C

LD455 BG1111C

LD456 BG1111C

R457 #1 2k-1/4 $1 6.8k-1/4 R458 #1 2k-1/4 $1 6.8k-1/4 Q458 UMC2N ZD461

LD461 BG1101F

Q452 DTC124EE
C451 2.2 R462 RIC451 RS-IC452 RS-151

N.U. Q457 DTC114EE

SW5841 SPVG11

VR5841 2.2k

CB5901 FFC, 26FLT-SM1-TB
C5843 0.01 VR5843 10k CB5906 WTB, 53398-0290 CB5905 WTB, 53398-0290 CB5904 WTB, 53398-0290 VR5844 10k ROT, RDC503001

C5801 1u

SW5843 SPVG11

SW5844 SPVG11

C5844 0.01

SW5842 SPVG11

M5906 GEAR, T-MOTOR ASSY

M5905 GEAR, T-MOTOR ASSY

M5904 GEAR, T-MOTOR ASSY
Terminal Voltage of IC/TR

(MAIN P.W.Board)

IC2.3 2.4.8 4.8 4.4.2.5 4.7 3.5 2.4 2.4 2.8 4.1 4./ 8.3.1 3./ 8.3 8.3 IF-MUTE ON/OFF RDS ON/OFF IC141
IC10.10.3.3.6 10.6 2.8 2.2.8 2.3.3.10.8 4.1 10.8
IC301 4.9 4.9 4.4.9 4.9 4.9 4.9

IC0 4.9 5.0

IC16 4.9 4.9 4.9 4.9 4.8 4.8 4.8 4.9

TO SCHEMATIC

IC50 0.4 / 0 2.4.4.9 4.9 4.4.9 4.9 / 0 4.9 / 0 4.9 4.9 / / 4.9 4.9 / 0 4.9 / 0 4.9 NC NC 4.4.NC NC NC 4.9 4.9 4.9 4.9 NC 0 3.4 4.9 4.4.8 NC 4.8 4.0 4.9 4.9 4.9 H.PARK ON/OFF DIMMER ON/OFF IN-INT ON/OFF PWR-IC ON/OFF TUNER ON/OFF A.MUTE ON/OFF S.STOP ON/OFF 4.9 4.9 / 0 4.9 / 4.87 / 0 4.9 4.9 4.8 / 0 4.8 4.9 4.NC NC 0 / 4.6 4.9 / 0 4.9 1.6 1.1.5 1.5 NC 0 4.9 4.9 4.9 4.4.9 4.4.4.9 4.5/0 RDS ON/OFF DIM-OUT ON/OFF B.L. ON/OFF P.ANT ON/OFF FM/AM NAVI/AUX V.MUTE ON/OFF 0 4.0 4.9 4.9 4.9 4.9 4.9 NC 4.9 4.9 NC 4.9 0.0 NC NC NC NC NC NC NC 4.9 NC NC 4.9 NC NC 0 0.2 0.2 NC 1.7 / 4.9 NOSE DET ON/OFF 0 1.4 4.9 4.9 4.9 2.1 0.2 4.9 0
IC4.9 4.0 4.8 4.8 4.8 4.0 4.9 1.8 2.3 4.9 0

IC16 4.4.2.4.9 4.9

IC16 6.9 1.8 1.6 1.6 -0 0.9 2.7 3.4 0.0 4.9 4.6 2.32 4.5 3.2 3.1.9 1.5 1.8 2.6 2.3.7 2.1 1.7 1.48 1.7 1.3 1.7 1.5 2.5 0.5 2.5 2.5 2.5 2.2.1.6 2.5 1.64 2.5 1.2.5 2.5 2.0 4.7 0.1 1.1.9 2.6 4.1 2.5
IC8 1.5 4.8 / 0 1.6 4.4 1.0.NAVI/AUX 5 4.0.0

No. 88

Symbol I/F-SCL(SCK0) BDET BUS-IN(RXD0) BUS-OUT(TXD0) BUS-SCL(P15) BUS-RS BUS-RW BUS-RST NAVI/AUX VMUTE RGB/COM FM/AM LCD-ON ADET P.ANT O.REM VDD P.CONT DD-SHIFT1 NC DD-SHIFT2 DD-SHIFT3 DIM OUT B.L OFF BUS-IRQ SUB-CLK GND MAIN-CLK NC(PULL-DOWN) BUZZER POS SW END SW TILT SW FULL SW NTSC/PAL MODEW MODEN 7511-SDA ACT-IND 7511-SCL MCONT LOAD-MTR1
I/O O I I O O O O O O O O O O I O O O O O O O O I O I I I I O O O I/O O O O O
Terminal Description Serial Clock output terminal for external BOX. (connected writng writer SCK) Compulsion Stand-by detected input terminal. (BATT voltage : less than 7.65 to 8.93V) Ai-NET BUS Data signal input terminal. (connected TxD at writing writer UART) Ai-NET BUS Data signal output terminal. (connected RxD at writing writer UART) Ai-NET BUS Clock signal output terminal. (connected writing writer HS) Ai-NET BUS RS signal output terminal. Ai-NET BUS R/W signal output terminal. Ai-NET BUS RESET signal output terminal. Composite NAVI/AUX Video switching signal output terminal at un-connecting external BOX. Composite signal/OSD signal/NAVI-RGB signal switching control output terminal. NAVI-RGB signal/composite signal/OSD signal switching control output terminal. FM/AM power supply circuit control output terminal. Backlight circuit control signal output terminal for LC75850. ACC stand-by detected input terminal. (ACC voltage : less than 8.5V) POWER ANT circuit control signal output terminal. Remote signal output terminal for outernal Unit. VDD+5V connect terminal. POWER ON +B circuit control output terminal. Driving frequency control output terminal for Liquid Crystal Display Monitor power supply circuit. No connect terminal. Driving frequency control-1 output terminal for Liquid Crystal Display Monitor backlight circuit. Driving frequency control-2 output terminal for Liquid Crystal Display Monitor backlight circuit. Backlight circuit reduced lighting control signal output terminal for Liquid Crystal Display Monitor. Backlight circuit control signal output terminal fo rLiquid Crystal Display Monitor. Ai-NET BUS interrupt terminal. Crystal connect terminal for sub clock OSC. (32.768kHz) GND connect terminal. Crystal connect terminal for main clock OSC. (19.95MHz) Pull-down connect terminal. BUZZER output terminal. Discharge position detction signal input terminal. Storing position detction signal input terminal. Horizontal position detction signal input terminal. Forefront position detction signal input terminal. NTSC/PAL signal switching control signal output terminal. Aspect switching control-1 output terminal for Liquid Crystal Display monitor. Aspect switching control-2 output terminal for Liquid Crystal Display monitor. IIC Data input/output terminal for 7511-TUNER control. Green action indicator control signal output terminal. (at CLOSE : L) IIC Clock output terminal for 7511-TUNER control. Motor power supply circuit control signal output terminal. Motor Driver driving signal-1 output terminal for horizontal movement adjustment.

No. 144

Symbol DF-KEY2 S-METER ADJ-DET VDD GND

I/O I I I -

Terminal Description KEY-2 input terminal of DF Block. FM/AM field strength (DC voltage) input terminal. Adjoining rejection detection signal (DC voltage) input terminal. VDD+5V connect terminal. (for LPS control at auto Close) GND connect terminal.
Exploded View (Cabinet) (1/2)

8 XX6 7

(Back Side)

LCD7001

B B 7 XX7 X2

51 X2 30

7 X14 7

32 X2 A 2

L G S L

ANT101

LCD401
.point of GREASE applied. A B GREASE, E-PAST ( 11S42419J09 ) GREASE, G PASTE ( 11S42419J19 )
Exploded View (Cabinet) (2/2)

X2 117

104 -1

j d e k Z

212 X2

104 117

118 X2

111 106

202 204

117 113

117 X117 X2

208 117

117 X408

125 X2

1( 301 Front Side View)

306 307

(Back Side) 1
.point of GREASE applied. A B C D E GREASE, E-PAST ( 11S42419J09 ) GREASE SILICON ( 11S490487 ) GREASE, G PASTE ( 11S42419J19 ) GREASE, G-8007 ( 11S41558Y01 ) HANARL ( 11T95136W01 )

Attention in Assembling

50 (GEAR MONITOR)
<The figure seen from the "a" direction / a-a' Cross section / spring side>
It engages a gear, and it is located. COVER TOP GEAR is fitted to GEAR MONITOR as the figure.

(COVER TOP GEAR)

Position to pass a spring
Cabinet Assembly Parts List
Notes : The part that has not PART NUMBER will not be supplied. #1 $1 ASS'Y NOSE UNIT ASS'Y NOSE UNIT NOSE,MONITOR ASS'Y ASS'Y COVER TOP 1004 CHAS,BASE INS,FPC MECH SHAFT,MONITOR SCR M2.6X6(P)MCH-TPT(WHT) SCR M2X6(P)TPT(BLK) SCR M2X3(S)MCH(BLK-NYLOK) SCR M2X5(S)TPG(WHT) COVER,FPC MECH NOSE,BOTTOM MONITOR BKT,LCD SUB WAH,2.6X6X0.35 FRONT,ESC,ASS'Y BKT,LCD ASS'Y FFC,10P-0.5-33MM INS,FPC MAIN HOLDER,FPC MAIN FPC MAIN 1003 SCR M1.7X12(P)TPG-TPT(BLK) NOSE,BOTTOM DF #1 NOSE,PIECE ASS'Y $1 NOSE,PIECE ASS'Y CASE,LCD ASS'Y REFLECTOR,SHEET COVER,LCD RUBBER,ELECTRIC BKT,97-550-02-04 INS,LCD INS,PWB TOP(44X7.7) CUS,RUB 8X8XT1.0 INS,CHAS BASE SCR M2.6X8(P)MCH-TPT(WHT) SCR M2.6X14(SW)MCH(WHT) SCR M2.6X6.5(S/W)MCH36 03E35331S01 TPT(WHT) 37 - - - - - - - - - COVER,PWB MAIN 38 - - - - - - - - - HEAT,SINK 40 09E35332S01 FFC,40P-0.5-35MM 41 - - - - - - - - - BKT,IC 42 36A70327W01 KNOB SLIDE 43 15C50755Y01 CASE,SHIELD(A) 44 15C50756Y03 CASE,SHIELD(B) 45 14E35531S01 INSULATOR,TUNER 47 36E35231S01 KNOB,ROTARY ASS'Y 50 44A41305Y01 GEAR MONITOR 51 03E35532S01 SCR M3X6(SW)MCH(P) 52 75S61553Y10 CUS,RUB 20X8XT75S61553Y11 CUS,RUB 12X8XT0.75S61553Y12 CUS,RUB 28X8XT0.75S61553Y15 CUS,RUB 7X13XT1.- - - - - - - - - PLATE,SERIAL NO. 101 - - - - - - - - - CHAS,TOP ASSY 1 01E35509S01E35520S13E35510S01 3- - - - - - - - - 4- - - - - - - - - 5 14A61454Y47A03190K03E35224S03E35225S03E35226S03E35227S15B03192K13D03183K07B03189K04B41345P13B03179K07C03185K30E35777S14A03210K15A03193K84T45542Y03E35229S13D03184K13E35511S13E35521S15C80989W26A80991W15B03194K75T85248W07T35194Y14E35252S14A03535K75A03207K14B03236K03E35329S03E35330S- - - - - - - - - 103 07A31682Y07B31689Y07A31694Y07A31697Y07A31899Y45C41333Y45C41334Y15A31703Y- - - - - - - - - 112 44B90541W37A30331Y41A31708Y01T35508Y44A50311Y03S94385F03S68259F44T55605Y04B41345P44A41410Y41A31716Y15A40020Y07A40411Y03S94385F- - - - - - - - - 202 44B31651Y44B31650Y27D31652Y45A31653Y45A31657Y07A31896Y43A31659Y03S94385F04B41345P41A31660Y03S94385F- - - - - - - - - 305 75A40671Y75A40672Y43A41407Y75A40671Y- - - - - - - - - 408 44A21719Y04B41345P14A40506Y01 CHAS,TURNER ASSY BKT,GEAR ASSY BKT,MTR TL ASSY BKT,MTR(R) ASSY BKT,MTR(L) ASSY BKT,SPRING ASSY SLIDE,LOAD(L) SLIDE,LOAD(R) COVER,CLUTCH COVER,TURNER ASSY GEAR,CLUTCH ASSY BAND,WIRE SPRING,MONITOR ASSY,FPC MECH T720 GEAR,KF4 SCR,NYLOCK M2X2 BLK SCR,P-LOCK M2X3 GEAR,CLUTCH ASSY WASH,1.7X3.5X0.25 GEAR,LPS ASSY SPRING,MTR LD HOLDER,FPC MECH BKT,BEVEL SCREW,NYLOK COVER,TOP ASSY RACK,CHAS(R) RACK,CHAS(L) CHAS,BASE MID ARM LOCK(L),ASSY ARM LOCK(R),ASSY BKT,SIDE ROLLER,CENTER SCR,NYLOK M2X2 BLK WASH,2.6X6X0.35 SPRING,ARM LOCK SCR,NYLOK M2X2.5 COVER,TOP CUS,COVER TOP A CUS,COVER TOP B ROLLER,SLIDE CUS,COVER TOP A CHAS,TURNER GEAR,T-3 WASH,L. 2.1X4X0.25 INS,GEAR T3

R916 R918 R919 R920 R922 R923 R924 R925 R926 R928 R929 R930 R931 R932 R933 R934 R935 R936 R938 R939 R940 R944 R945 R947 R950 R951 R952 R953 R954 R955 R956 R957 R958 R959 R960 R961 R962 R965 R967 R968 R972 R973 RA101 RA501 RA502 RA503 RA504 RA505 RA506 RA509 RA510 RA511 06E35387S01 06E35351S01 06E35351S01 06E35351S01 06E32214S01 06E35292S01 06E35379S01 06E35297S01 06E35191S01 06E35292S01 06E35297S01 06E35375S01 06E28786S01 06E35396S01 06E35396S01 06E35352S01 06E35352S01 06E35352S01 06E35352S01 06E35352S01 06E35352S01 06E35239S01 06E35289S01 06E35405S01 06E35352S01 06E35352S01 06E35352S01 06E35352S01 06E35352S01 06E35352S01 06E35406S01 06E35407S01 06E35444S01 06E35354S01 06E35354S01 06E35353S01 06E35353S01 06E35396S01 06E35396S01 06E35377S01 06E35447S01 06E35404S01 06E32294S01 06E32294S01 06E32294S01 06E32294S01 06E32294S01 06E32294S01 06E32294S01 06E32294S01 06E32294S01 06E32294S01 RES,CF,153-J-1/ 16-CP RES,CF,3R6-J-1/ 4-CP RES,CF,3R6-J-1/ 4-CP RES,CF,3R6-J-1/ 4-CP RES,CF,182-F-1/ 16-CP RES,CF,103-F-1/ 16-CP RES,CF,102-J-1/ 16-CP RES,CF,683-F-1/ 16-CP RES,CF,473-F-1/ 16-CP RES,CF,103-F-1/ 16-CP RES,CF,683-F-1/ 16-CP RES,CF,471-J-1/ 16-CP RES,CF,331-J-1/ 16-CP RES,CF,1R0-J-1/ 16-CP RES,CF,1R0-J-1/ 16-CP RES,CF,6R2-J-1/ 4-CP RES,CF,6R2-J-1/ 4-CP RES,CF,6R2-J-1/ 4-CP RES,CF,6R2-J-1/ 4-CP RES,CF,6R2-J-1/ 4-CP RES,CF,6R2-J-1/ 4-CP RES,CF,182-F-1/ 16-CP RES,CF,562-F-1/ 16-CP RES,CF,124-F-1/ 16-CP RES,CF,6R2-J-1/ 4-CP RES,CF,6R2-J-1/ 4-CP RES,CF,6R2-J-1/ 4-CP RES,CF,6R2-J-1/ 4-CP RES,CF,6R2-J-1/ 4-CP RES,CF,6R2-J-1/ 4-CP RES,CF,154-F-1/ 16-CP RES,CF,364-F-1/ 16-CP RES,CF,334-J-1/ 16-CP RES,CF 33R-J-1/ 4-CP RES,CF 33R-J-1/ 4-CP RES,CF 30R-J-1/ 4-CP RES,CF 30R-J-1/ 4-CP RES,CF,1R0-J-1/ 16-CP RES,CF,1R0-J-1/ 16-CP RES,CF,681-J-1/ 16-CP RES,CF,244-F-1/ 16-CP RES,CF,333-F-1/ 16-CP RES ARY MNR102J 4-CP RES ARY MNR102J 4-CP RES ARY MNR102J 4-CP RES ARY MNR102J 4-CP RES ARY MNR102J 4-CP RES ARY MNR102J 4-CP RES ARY MNR102J 4-CP RES ARY MNR102J 4-CP RES ARY MNR102J 4-CP RES ARY MNR102J 4-CP *******LCD P.W.Board =======IC's IC461 IC462 IC7001 IC7002 51E35315S01 51E35317S01 51T45577Y01 51E35314S01 IC,TC7W53FK-TE85L-CP IC,TC7W14FK-TE85L-CP LZ9GH29-QT IC,NJM2107F =======Connectors CB200 CB201 CB202 CB203 CB204 CB205 CB302 CB303 CB802 CB803 CH101 CH102 09E35341S01 09E35338S01 09E35340S01 09E35339S01 09E35342S01 09E35338S01 09E35478S01 09E35477S01 09T65097Y40 09T65097Y40 09E35343S01 09T15153Y40 CONN,YW200-08A00 WTB,53253-0310 CONN,YW200-03A00 WTB,53254-0210 CONN,YMW025-02R WTB,53253-0310 CONN,12505WS-08A00 CONN,12505WS-07A00 FFC,40FLZT-SM1-TF-EQ FFC,40FLZT-SM1-TF-EQ PIN,9230B-1-15Z128-T FFC,FH12-40S-ER RA512 RA513 RA514 RA515 RA516 RA517 RA518 RA519 RA520 RA521 RA522 RA523 RA524 RA525 RA526 RA527 RA528 RA541 VR701 VR702 VR703 VR704 VR705 VR706 VR707 VR708 VR709 VR710 VR801 VR802 VR803 06E32294S01 06E32294S01 06E32294S01 06E32294S01 06E32294S01 06E32294S01 06E32294S01 06E35268S01 06E32294S01 06E32294S01 06E32294S01 06E32294S01 06E32294S01 06E32294S01 06E35346S01 06E35346S01 06E35439S01 06E35438S01 18T55283W13 18E35450S01 18E35448S01 18E35300S01 18E35450S01 18E35450S01 18E35450S01 18E35450S01 18E35449S01 18E35450S01 18E35300S01 18E35448S01 18E35451S01 RES ARY MNR102J 4-CP RES ARY MNR102J 4-CP RES ARY MNR102J 4-CP RES ARY MNR102J 4-CP RES ARY MNR102J 4-CP RES ARY MNR102J 4-CP RES ARY MNR102J 4-CP RES, MNR14-101-J-1/ 16-CP RES ARY MNR102J 4-CP RES ARY MNR102J 4-CP RES ARY MNR102J 4-CP RES ARY MNR102J 4-CP RES ARY MNR102J 4-CP RES ARY MNR102J 4-CP RES,ARY MNR473J 4-CP RES,ARY MNR473J 4-CP RES,ARY MNR223J 4-CP RES MNR14-472-J-1/ 16-CP VAR,RH03APA 103-CP VAR,RH03ADC 223-X-CP VAR,RH03ADC 472-X-CP VAR,RH03ADC 222-X-CP VAR,RH03ADC 223-X-CP VAR,RH03ADC 223-X-CP VAR,RH03ADC 223-X-CP VAR,RH03ADC 223-X-CP VAR,RH03ADC 103-X-CP VAR,RH03ADC 223-X-CP VAR,RH03ADC 222-X-CP VAR,RH03ADC 472-X-CP VAR,RH03ADC 473-X-CP

R1018 R1019 R1020 R1023 R1024 R1028 R1029 R1030 R1034 R1037 R1038 R1043 R1044 R1045 R1050 R1061 R1062 R1063 R1211 R1215 R1216 R1217 R1218 R1219 R1220 06E35390S01 06E35273S01 06E35393S01 06E35274S01 06E35377S01 06E35393S01 06E35390S01 06E35274S01 06E35483S01 06E35390S01 06E35483S01 06E35485S01 06E35485S01 06E35483S01 06E35276S01 06E35482S01 06E35379S01 06E35379S01 06E35385S01 06E35379S01 06E35379S01 06E35238S01 06E35379S01 06E35284S01 06E35284S01 RES,CF,563-J-1/ 16-CP RES,CF,472-J-1/ 16-CP RES,CF,104-J-1/ 16-CP RES,CF,562-J-1/ 16-CP RES,CF,681-J-1/ 16-CP RES,CF,104-J-1/ 16-CP RES,CF,563-J-1/ 16-CP RES,CF,562-J-1/ 16-CP RES,CF,10R-J-1/ 16-CP RES,CF,563-J-1/ 16-CP RES,CF,10R-J-1/ 16-CP RES,CF,4R7-J-1/ 16-CP RES,CF,4R7-J-1/ 16-CP RES,CF,10R-J-1/ 16-CP RES,CF,123-J-1/ 16-CP RES,CF 221-J-1/ 4-CP RES,CF,102-J-1/ 16-CP RES,CF,102-J-1/ 16-CP RES,CF,222-J-1/ 16-CP RES,CF,102-J-1/ 16-CP RES,CF,102-J-1/ 16-CP RES,CF,223-J-1/ 16-CP RES,CF,102-J-1/ 16-CP RES,CF,0R0-J-1/ 16-CP RES,CF,0R0-J-1/ 16-CP =======Lamps #1 $1 =======Connectors CB1001 09E35481S01 CB1002 09E35498S01 BTB,IMSA9120S-15-DB FFC,IMSA9631S-40Y-901 =======Switches SW404 *******FRONT P.W.Board =======IC IC401 51T15186Y01 IC, LC75823W SW405 SW406 SW407 TR,DTC 144EK-T146-CP SW408 SW409 DIO MA133-TX-CP DIO MA133-TX-CP DIO MA133-TX-CP DIO MA133-TX-CP SW411 SW412 48T25534Y03 48T65688Y01 48T25534Y01 48T25534Y02 48T25534Y01 48T25534Y02 LED,AMB AA1111C-CP LED,AMB SML-511DW-CP LED,GRN BG1111C-CP LED RED BR1111C-CP LED,GRN BG1111C-CP LED RED BR1111C-CP SW414 SW415 SW416 40E35251S01 40E35251S01 40E35251S01 SW413 40E35251S01 40E35251S01 40E35251S01 SW410 40E35251S01 40E35251S01 40E35251S01 40E35251S01 40E35251S01 40E35251S01 40E35251S01 SW,TACT SKQMAJ001-E2 (PLAY/ PAUSE/ TUNE/ A.ME) SW,TACT SKQMAJ001-E2 (BAND/ TEL.) SW,TACT SKQMAJ001-E2 (SOURCE/ PWR) SW,TACT SKQMAJ001-E2 (bass engine) SW,TACT SKQMAJ001-E2 (FWD/ UP) SW,TACT SKQMAJ001-E2 (BWD/ DOWN) SW,TACT SKQMAJ001-E2 (FUNC) SW,TACT SKQMAJ001-E2 (T.INFO/ ANNC.) SW,TACT SKQMAJ001-E2 (V.SEL) SW,TACT SKQMAJ001-E2 (3/ P.PTY) SW,TACT SKQMAJ001-E2 (2/ PTY/ FOLDER-UP) SW,TACT SKQMAJ001-E2 (1/ AF/ FOLDER-DN) SW,TACT SKQMAJ001-E2 (6/ SCAN) #1 $1 PL401 PL401 PL404 PL404 65T65423Y01 65T65423Y02 65T55351Y01 65T55351Y02 LAMP,GRN 9-85-R2 LAMP,RED 9-85-R2 LAMP,GRN 6-80-E5 LAMP,RED 6-80-E5 #1 $1 #1 $1 #1 $1 #1 $1 #1 $1 #1 $1 #1 $1 #1 $1 #1 $1 #1 $1 #1 $1 LD404 LD404 LD405 LD405 LD406 LD406 LD407 LD407 LD408 LD408 LD409 LD409 LD410 LD410 LD411 LD411 LD412 LD412 LD413 LD413 LD414 LD414 48T25534Y01 48T25534Y02 48T25662Y01 48T25662Y03 48T25662Y01 48T25662Y03 48T25662Y01 48T25662Y03 48T25662Y01 48T25662Y03 48T25662Y01 48T25662Y03 48T25662Y01 48T25662Y03 48T25662Y01 48T25662Y03 48T25662Y01 48T25662Y03 48T25662Y01 48T25662Y03 48T25662Y01 48T25662Y03 LED,GRN BG1111C-CP LED RED BR1111C-CP LED,GRN HBG1105W-CP LED,RED HBR1105W-CP LED,GRN HBG1105W-CP LED,RED HBR1105W-CP LED,GRN HBG1105W-CP LED,RED HBR1105W-CP LED,GRN HBG1105W-CP LED,RED HBR1105W-CP LED,GRN HBG1105W-CP LED,RED HBR1105W-CP LED,GRN HBG1105W-CP LED,RED HBR1105W-CP LED,GRN HBG1105W-CP LED,RED HBR1105W-CP LED,GRN HBG1105W-CP LED,RED HBR1105W-CP LED,GRN HBG1105W-CP LED,RED HBR1105W-CP LED,GRN HBG1105W-CP LED,RED HBR1105W-CP

=======Transistor Q401 48E22555S01
=======Diodes D405 D406 D407 D408 =======LED's #1 $1 #1 $1 #1 $1 LD401 LD401 LD402 LD402 LD403 LD403 48T15707Y01 48T15707Y01 48T15707Y01 48T15707Y01
SW,TACT SKQMAJ001-E2 (5/ REPEAT) SW,TACT SKQMAJ001-E2 (4/ M.I.X.) $1 #1 $1 #1 $1 CAP,CER 225K-B0J-CP(1608) CAP,CER 473-K-B1E-CP CAP,CER 473-K-B1E-CP CAP,CER 473-K-B1E-CP CAP,CER 681-J-CG1H-CP CAP,CER.21-X7R-223-K-CP #1 $1 R449 R450 R450 R471 R471 R472 R472 RA402 06E35526S01 06E35237S01 06E35526S01 06E35237S01 06E35524S01 06E35237S01 06E35524S01 06E32294S01 RES,CF 752-F-1/ 4-CP RES,CF 102-F-1/ 4-CP RES,CF 752-F-1/ 4-CP RES,CF 102-F-1/ 4-CP RES,CF 362-F-1/ 4-CP RES,CF 102-F-1/ 4-CP RES,CF 362-F-1/ 4-CP RES ARY MNR102J 4-CP

SW417 SW418

40E35251S01 40E35251S01
=======Capacitors C401 C405 C406 C407 C408 C441 08S35349Y17 08E35248S01 08E35248S01 08E35248S01 08E35247S01 08E22085S01
*******TOP P.W.Board =======IC's IC451 IC452 51T25419Y01-0 RS-181-NE6 51T55639W03 RS-151-NE5
=======Resistors R401 R402 R403 R404 R405 R406 R407 R410 R411 R412 R413 R414 R415 R416 R417 R418 R419 R420 R421 R422 R423 R424 #1 $1 #1 $1 #1 $1 #1 $1 #1 $1 #1 $1 #1 $1 #1 $1 #1 R441 R441 R442 R442 R443 R443 R444 R444 R445 R445 R446 R446 R447 R447 R448 R448 R449 06E35233S01 06E35233S01 06E35233S01 06E35233S01 06E35235S01 06E35250S01 06E35249S01 06E35243S01 06E35242S01 06E35241S01 06E35240S01 06E35239S01 06E35234S01 06E35245S01 06E35244S01 06E35243S01 06E35242S01 06E35241S01 06E35240S01 06E35239S01 06E35234S01 06E35246S01 06E35236S01 06E35523S01 06E35236S01 06E35523S01 06E35235S01 06E35522S01 06E35235S01 06E35522S01 06E35236S01 06E35368S01 06E35236S01 06E35368S01 06E35237S01 06E35525S01 06E35237S01 06E35525S01 06E35237S01 RES,CF,102-J-1/ 10-CP RES,CF,102-J-1/ 10-CP RES,CF,102-J-1/ 10-CP RES,CF,102-J-1/ 10-CP RES,CF 102-J-1/ 4-CP RES,CF,393-J-1/ 10-CP RES,CF,101-J-1/ 10-CP RES,CF,752-F-1/ 16-CP RES,CF,432-F-1/ 16-CP RES,CF,332-F-1/ 16-CP RES,CF,222-F-1/ 16-CP RES,CF,182-F-1/ 16-CP RES,CHIP 1/ 10W-F-1.3K RES,CF,393-F-1/ 16-CP RES,CF,153-F-1/ 16-CP RES,CF,752-F-1/ 16-CP RES,CF,432-F-1/ 16-CP RES,CF,332-F-1/ 16-CP RES,CF,222-F-1/ 16-CP RES,CF,182-F-1/ 16-CP RES,CHIP 1/ 10W-F-1.3K RES,CF,433-F-1/ 16-CP RES,CF 152-J-1/ 4-CP RES,CF 242-J-1/ 4-CP RES,CF 152-J-1/ 4-CP RES,CF 242-J-1/ 4-CP RES,CF 102-J-1/ 4-CP RES,CF 162-J-1/ 4-CP RES,CF 102-J-1/ 4-CP RES,CF 162-J-1/ 4-CP RES,CF 152-J-1/ 4-CP RES,CF 103-J-1/ 4-CP RES,CF 152-J-1/ 4-CP RES,CF 103-J-1/ 4-CP RES,CF 102-F-1/ 4-CP RES,CF 682-F-1/ 4-CP RES,CF 102-F-1/ 4-CP RES,CF 682-F-1/ 4-CP RES,CF 102-F-1/ 4-CP #1 $1 #1
=======Transistors Q451 Q452 Q457 Q458 =======LED's LD451 LD452 LD453 LD454 LD455 LD456 LD461 48T25534Y01 48T25534Y01 48T25534Y01 48T25534Y01 48T25534Y01 48T25534Y01 48T25454Y01 LED,GRN BG1111C-CP LED,GRN BG1111C-CP LED,GRN BG1111C-CP LED,GRN BG1111C-CP LED,GRN BG1111C-CP LED,GRN BG1111C-CP LED,GRN BG1101F-CP 48E35263S01 48E35264S01 48E35265S01 48E35266S01 TR,DTA143EE-TL-CP TR,DTC124EE-TL-CP TR,DTC114EE-TL-CP TR,UMC2N-TR-CP

 

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