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THIS MANUAL IS APPLICABLE TO THE FOLLOWING MODEL(S) AND TYPE(S).
Model XV-DV88 XV-DV77 Power Requirement
DC power supplied from other system component DC power supplied from other system component
This product is a system(s) component. This product does not function properly independently ; to avoid malfunctions, be sure to connect it to the prescribed system component(s), otherwise damage may result. Please connect it to the POWERED SUBWOOFER S-DV88SW or S-DV77SW, for adjustment and operation inspection.
DVD/CD TUNER SPEAKER SYSTEM SATELLITE SPEAKER POWERED SUBWOOFER MINIDISC RECORDER STEREO CASSETTE DECK
XV-DV88 XV-DV77 S-DV77 S-DV88ST S-DV77ST S-DV88SW S-DV77SW MJ-L11 CT-L11
RRV2480 RRV2473 RRV2486, RRV2473 RRV2474, RRV2473 RRV2472 RRV2471 This manual.
System option System option
1. SAFETY INFORMATION.. 2 2. EXPLODED VIEWS AND PARTS LIST.. 4 3. BLOCK DIAGRAM AND SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM. 12 4. PCB CONNECTION DIAGRAM.. 45 5. PCB PARTS LIST.. 58 6. ADJUSTMENT... 66 7. GENERAL INFORMATION.. 73 7.1 DIAGNOSIS.. 73 7.1.1 SELF-DIAGNOSTIC FUNCTION OF PICKUP DEFECTIVE.. 73 7.1.2 TEST POINTS LOCATION. 7.1.3 TEST MODE SCREEN DISPLAY. 7.1.4 TROUBLE SHOOTING. 7.1.5 ERROR CODE.. 7.1.6 DISASSEMBLY. 7.1.7 SINGLE OPERATION METHOD. 7.2 PARTS... 7.2.1 IC... 7.2.2 DISPLAY.. 8. PANEL FACILITIES AND SPECIFICATIONS. 95 96
PIONEER CORPORATION 4-1, Meguro 1-chome, Meguro-ku, Tokyo 153-8654, Japan
PIONEER ELECTRONICS SERVICE, INC. P.O. Box 1760, Long Beach, CA 90801-1760, U.S.A. PIONEER EUROPE NV Haven 1087, Keetberglaan 1, 9120 Melsele, Belgium PIONEER ELECTRONICS ASIACENTRE PTE. LTD. 253 Alexandra Road, #04-01, Singapore 159936
c PIONEER CORPORATION 2001
T ZZK JULY 2001 Printed in Japan
1. SAFETY INFORMATION
This service manual is intended for qualified service technicians ; it is not meant for the casual do-ityourselfer. Qualified technicians have the necessary test equipment and tools, and have been trained to properly and safely repair complex products such as those covered by this manual. Improperly performed repairs can adversely affect the safety and reliability of the product and may void the warranty. If you are not qualified to perform the repair of this product properly and safely, you should not risk trying to do so and refer the repair to a qualified service technician.
WARNING This product contains lead in solder and certain electrical parts contain chemicals which are known to the state of California to cause cancer, birth defects or other reproductive harm. Health & Safety Code Section 25249.6 Proposition 65
NOTICE (FOR CANADIAN MODEL ONLY) Fuse symbols (fast operating fuse) and/or be of identical designation.
(slow operating fuse) on PCB indicate that replacement parts must
REMARQUE (POUR MODLE CANADIEN SEULEMENT) Les symboles de fusible (fusible de type rapide) et/ou de remplacement doivent avoir la mme dsignation.
(fusible de type lent) sur CCI indiquent que les pices
(FOR USA MODEL ONLY)
1. SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
The following check should be performed for the continued protection of the customer and service technician.
ANY MEASUREMENTS NOT WITHIN THE LIMITS OUTLINED ABOVE ARE INDICATIVE OF A POTENTIAL SHOCK HAZARD AND MUST BE CORRECTED BEFORE RETURNING THE APPLIANCE TO THE CUSTOMER.
LEAKAGE CURRENT CHECK
Measure leakage current to a known earth ground (water pipe, conduit, etc.) by connecting a leakage current tester such as Simpson Model 229-2 or equivalent between the earth ground and all exposed metal parts of the appliance (input/output terminals, screwheads, metal overlays, control shaft, etc.). Plug the AC line cord of the appliance directly into a 120V AC 60Hz outlet and turn the AC power switch on. Any current measured must not exceed 0.5mA.
2. PRODUCT SAFETY NOTICE
Many electrical and mechanical parts in the appliance have special safety related characteristics. These are often not evident from visual inspection nor the protection afforded by them necessarily can be obtained by using replacement components rated for voltage, wattage, etc. Replacement parts which have these special safety characteristics are identified in this Service Manual. Electrical components having such features are identified by marking with a on the schematics and on the parts list in this Service Manual. The use of a substitute replacement component which does not have the same safety characteristics as the PIONEER recommended replacement one, shown in the parts list in this Service Manual, may create shock, fire, or other hazards. Product Safety is continuously under review and new instructions are issued from time to time. For the latest information, always consult the current PIONEER Service Manual. A subscription to, or additional copies of, PIONEER Service Manual may be obtained at a nominal charge from PIONEER.
Device under test Test all exposed metal surfaces
Reading should Leakage not be above current 0.5mA tester
Also test with plug reversed (Using AC adapter plug as required)
AC Leakage Test
WARNING ! THE AEL (ACCESSIBLE EMISSION LEVEL) OF THE LASER POWER OUTPUT IS LESS THAN CLASS 1 BUT THE LASER COMPONENT IS CAPABLE OF EMITTING RADIATION EXCEEDING THE LIMIT FOR CLASS 1. A SPECIALLY INSTRUCTED PERSON SHOULD DO SERVICING OPERATION OF THE APPARATUS.
LASER DIODE CHARACTERISTICS FOR DVD : MAXIMUM OUTPUT POWER : 5 mW WAVELENGTH : 650 nm FOR CD : MAXIMUM OUTPUT POWER : 5 mW WAVELENGTH : 780 nm
LABEL CHECK (ZVYXJ TYPE ONLY)
Additional Laser Caution 1. Loading-status detection switch (S101 on the LOAB assy) are detected by the microprocessor (IC601 in the DVDM assy). To permit the laser diode to oscillate, it is required to set the loadingstatus detection switch for the clamp position (the center terminal of S101 is shorted to +3V). When the voltage of IC101-pin 20 is +3V and IC601 (microprocessor) pin 83 is +3V, 650nm laser diode for DVD oscillates in the DVDM Assy. When the voltage of IC101-pin 20 is +3V and IC601 (microprocessor) pin 83 is 0V (GND), 780nm laser diode for CD oscillates in the DVDM Assy. In the test mode , the laser diode oscillates when microprocessor detects a PLAY signal, or when the PLAY key is pressed (KEYL assy), with the above requirements satisfied. 2. When the cover is open, close viewing through the objective lens with the naked eye will cause exposure to the laser beam. : See page 73.
Parts marked by "NSP" are generally unavailable because they are not in our Master Spare Parts List. The mark found on some component parts indicates the importance of the safety factor of the part. Therefore, when replacing, be sure to use parts of identical designation. Screws adjacent to mark on the product are used for disassembly. 2.1 PACKING
Refer to "2.2 DISPLAY UNIT".
2. EXPLODED VIEWS AND PARTS LIST
2 FRONT 7
(1) PACKING PARTS LIST
DISPLAY UNIT Front Pad Rear Pad Spacer NS2001 Packing Case Packing Sheet Seat Warranty Card
: TX AUDIO SIGNAL ROUTE
: C SIGNAL ROUTE
3.9 FM/AM TUNER MODULE (ZVYXJ TYPE)
FM/AM TUNER MODULE (ZVYXJ : AXQ7229)
FM FRONT END
(FM) (FM) (FM) (FM) (FM) (FM) (FM) (AM) (AM) (AM) (AM) MW RF TUNING BLOCK
OSC : 981 - 2052kHz 9k step
(TX) (AM) (FM)
: AUDIO SIGNAL ROUTE (TUNER) : AM SIGNAL ROUTE : FM SIGNAL ROUTE
(TX) (TX) (FM) (AM) L201 (FM) (TX)
C D 6 7
3.10 FM/AM TUNER MODULE (ZUCXJ TYPE)
FM/AM TUNER MODULE (ZUCXJ : AXQ7228)
XV-DV88, XV-DV77 3.11 MOTHER ASSY (1/2)
(VCB) (C) (Y)
K 1/2 MOTHER ASSY : AWU7817) (XV-DV88/ZVYXJ
(XV-DV77/ZVYXJ : AWU7806) (XV-DV77/ZUCXJ : AWU7818)
L 1/2 CN8101
XV-DV77/ZVYXJ XV-DV88/ZVYXJ XV-DV77/ZUCXJ (HP) (VCB) (Y)
: AUDIO SIGNAL ROUTE : DVD AUDIO SIGNAL ROUTE : DI AUDIO SIGNAL ROUTE : HP AUDIO SIGNAL ROUTE
XV-DV88, XV-DV77 3.12 MOTHER ASSY (2/2)
CAUTION : FOR CONTINUED PROTECTION AGAINST RISK OF FIRE, REPLACE ONLY WITH SAME TYPE NO. 49101.5, MFD BY LITTELFUSE INC. FOR IC8001 (AEK7065). CAUTION : FOR CONTINUED PROTECTION AGAINST RISK OF FIRE, REPLACE ONLY WITH SAME TYPE NO. 491001, MFD BY LITTELFUSE INC. FOR IC8002 (AEK7064). CAUTION : FOR CONTINUED PROTECTION AGAINST RISK OF FIRE, REPLACE ONLY WITH SAME TYPE NO. 491.750, MFD BY LITTELFUSE INC. FOR IC8003 (AEK7062). (VCB) (Y)
: C SIGNAL ROUTE : AUDIO SIGNAL ROUTE
: DVD AUDIO SIGNAL ROUTE : TX AUDIO SIGNAL ROUTE
XV-DV88, XV-DV77 3.13 DSP ASSY (1/2)
K 1/2 CN5507
(DI) (FL) (C)
: DI AUDIO SIGNAL ROUTE
: C AUDIO SIGNAL ROUTE : SW AUDIO SIGNAL ROUTE
: FL AUDIO SIGNAL ROUTE
: SL AUDIO SIGNAL ROUTE
: HP AUDIO SIGNAL ROUTE
L 1/2 DSP ASSY (ZVYXJ : AWU7807)
(ZUCXJ : AWU7819)
XV-DV88, XV-DV77 3.14 DSP (2/2) and JACK ASSYS
L 2/2 M
L 1/2 CN8301
: AUDIO SIGNAL ROUTE
: HP AUDIO SIGNAL ROUTE : FL AUDIO SIGNAL ROUTE
: C AUDIO SIGNAL ROUTE
: SW AUDIO SIGNAL ROUTE
L 2/2 DSP ASSY (ZVYXJ : AWU7807)
XV-DV88, XV-DV77 3.15 BALANCE ASSY
(SL) (SL) (SW) (C)
4.1 LOAB ASSY
A LOAB ASSY
LOADING MOTOR ASSY
4.2 DVDM ASSY
Q571 IC608 IC612
IC302 IC261 IC304 IC303
Q141 IC481 Q111 Q117 Q108 IC451 Q107 Q118 Q109 Q116 Q115 Q114 IC281 IC805 IC806 Q102
IC861 IC881 IC351 Q911 Q913 Q902 Q922 Q923
STEPPING MOTOR (CARRIAGE)
Q271 IC271 Q281
Q130 Q241 IC291 Q292
IC807 IC251 Q901 Q903 Q912
XV-DV88, XV-DV77 4.3 TRADEL, SIDEL and HP ASSYS
D SIDEL ASSY
C TRADEL ASSY E HP ASSY
XV-DV88, XV-DV77 4.4 TRADER, SIDER, KEYL and KEYR ASSYS
Q5851 Q5852 Q5421 Q5410
Q5802 IC8801 Q8801
H KEYL ASSY
I KEYR ASSY
F TRADER ASSY
XV-DV88, XV-DV77 4.5 MOTHER ASSY
IC8001 IC8002 IC8003
Q8041 IC8031 Q8031 IC8802 Q8021 IC8011 Q8011 IC8801 Q8801 Q8802
Q5571 IC5501 Q5561
Q3654 Q3652 Q3651
XV-DV88, XV-DV77 4.6 JACK and BALANCE ASSYS
M JACK ASSY N BALANCE ASSY
IC8471 IC8421 IC8501 IC8511
Q8481 Q8492 Q8441 Q8442 Q8401 Q8402
XV-DV88, XV-DV77 4.7 DSP ASSY
L DSP ASSY
IC8101 IC8251 IC8252 IC8651 Q8651
Q8351 IC8701 IC8751 Q8353 Q8101 Q8102
SIDE A K CN5507
Q8251 Q8252 Q8254
XV-DV88, XV-DV77 4.8 FM/AM TUNER MODULE
J FM/AM TUNER MODULE
Q201 IC201 Q203 IC202 Q205 Q204
XV-DV88, XV-DV77 4.9 CNB and FLDP ASSYS
P FLDP ASSY
O CNB ASSY
SIDE A D CN5081
IC5401 IC5701 Q5410 Q5411, Q5412 Q5421 D5401 D5421 D5422 C5402 C5404, C5407, C5704 C5406 C5408 C5411, C5412 C5413, C5414 C5701 C5702 C5703 C5706, C5707 R5201, R5204, R5705 R5202 R5203, R5401, R5704 R5205R5207, R5411, R5412 R5413, R5414 R5421 R5701 R5702, R5703 X5701 CRYSTAL RESONATOR (4.332MHz)
Not used Not used Not used Not used Not used Not used Not used Not used Not used Not used Not used Not used Not used Not used Not used Not used Not used Not used Not used Not used Not used Not used Not used Not used RS1/16S473J RS1/16S103J Not used
Part No. AWU807
VTF1096 CEAT470M16 CKSRYB473K25 RS1/16S102J GP1FA501RZ
AWU7807 and AWU7819 are constructed the same except for the following :
F8611 C8612 C8613, C8614 R8611 JA8611 OPT. LINK IN 8MB/S
Not used Not used Not used Not used Not used
PCB PARTS LIST FOR XV-DV88/ZVYXJ UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED
S2B-PH-K S5B-PH-K VNP1836
IC861 IC261, IC302 IC251 IC481 IC101 ADV7172KST BA4510F BA6664FM BU2288FV LA9701M
CN602 CN601 KR CONNECTOR KR CONNECTOR PC BOARD LOAB
IC201 IC351 IC801 IC805 IC712 IC601 IC701 IC111 IC612 IC608 IC304 IC603 FLASH ROM Q109, Q901Q903, Q911Q913 Q114, Q130 Q107, Q111, Q115, Q241 Q101, Q102, Q106 Q103, Q141, Q142, Q542, Q543 Q112, Q113 Q108 Q571 Q117, Q171, Q601 D302 D601
LC78652W M56788AFP M65774BFP MB81F161622C-80FN MNR4800DJ7 PD6345A PE5108A TC74HC4053AFT TC74VHC125FT TC74VHCT125AFT TC7SHU04F VYW1852 2SA1576A 2SC4081 DTC114EUA HN1A01F HN1B04FU HN1C01FU HN1K03FU RN1911 RN4982 KV1470 RB501V-40
CKSRYB104K16 CKSRYB222K50 CKSRYB224K10 CKSRYB472K50 CKSRYF104Z25 CKSRYF104Z25 CKSRYF104Z25 CKSRYF104Z25 CKSRYF104Z25 CKSRYF104Z25 CKSRYF104Z25 CKSRYF104Z25 CKSRYF104Z25 CKSRYF104Z25 CKSRYF104Z25 CKSRYF104Z25 CKSRYF104Z25 CKSRYF104Z25 CKSRYF105Z10 CKSRYF105Z10 CKSRYF105Z10
C317 C208, C210 C266 C206, C214, C242, C357 C102, C109, C120, C130, C131 C138, C143, C148, C154 C157, C158, C204, C207, C215 C221, C222, C226, C230, C236 C253, C256, C258, C265, C299 C319, C332, C353, C359 C365, C366, C603, C606 C608C611, C613, C615, C618 C626, C628, C631, C704, C706 C708, C712, C713, C716C718 C721, C723, C725, C743, C802 C808, C811, C814, C866 C869C872, C874, C875, C903 C913 C115, C217, C328, C614, C711 C726, C801, C809, C813 C816C821, C827, C833, C843
J 8901 KN8951
CN5203 B TO B SOCKET 30P CN5202 B TO B SOCKET 16P AKP7163 AKP7164
IC5701 IC5851 IC5801 IC5401 Q5611, Q5711 Q5411, Q5412 Q5410, Q5851 Q5801, Q5802 Q5852 Q5421 D5421, D5613, D5712, D5721 D5801D5810 D5422 D5711 D5401 BU1923F BU4094BCF NJM062M PCM1742KE 2SC4081 2SD2114K DTA124EUA DTC114TUA RN2903 UN5212 1SS355 1SS355 DAN202K UDZ11B UDZ4.7B
F5082 L5087 CHIP BEAD DTF1069 LCYA220J2520
C5083C5085, C5105 C8923, C8924 C5107, C5108 C5052, C8901C8906, C8925, C8926 C8931, C8932 C5001, C5003, C5081 C8921, C8922 C5051, C5251, C8941 C8910 C5005, C8908 C5101 C5002, C5004, C8907, C8909 C8927, C8928 C5102C5104 C5082, C8942 CCSRCH101J50 CCSRCH470J50 CCSRCH471J50 CEAT100M50 CEAT100M50 CEAT101M10 CEAT1R0M50 CEAT220M50 CEAT470M16 CEAT471M6R3 CEJQ101M6R3 CKSRYB103K50 CKSRYB221K50 CKSRYB473K50 CKSRYF104Z50
C5807, C5808 C5201C5203 C5706, C5707 C5851C5853 C5406 C5411, C5412, C5705 C5701, C5711, C5721, C5722 C5402 C5801 C5408, C5855 C5809, C5810 C5894 C5404, C5407, C5704, C5802C5804 C5702 C5854 C5703 C5893 C5413, C5414 CCSRCH102J50 CCSRCH221J50 CCSRCH270J50 CCSRCH470J50 CEAT221M6R3 CEAT470M16 CEJQ100M16 CEJQ101M6R3 CEJQ470M10 CEJQ470M6R3 CEJQ4R7M50 CKSRYB102K50 CKSRYB103K50 CKSRYB271K50 CKSRYB473K25 CKSRYB561K50 CKSRYF104Z25 CQMA222J50
R5060 Other Resistors RAB4C273J RS1/16S J
CN5001 CN8901 CN5081 CN5101 CN5102 19P SOCKET 21P SOCKET 10P CONNECTOR B TO B PLUG 28P 7P CONNECTOR AKP7073 AKP7074 AKP7134 AKP7167 VKN1267
C8951, C8952 C8953, C8954 C8955, C8956 CKSRYB102K50 CKSRYB223K50 CKSRYF104Z50
R5202 R5723 Other Resistors RS1/10S220J RS1/10S222J RS1/16S J
All Resistors RS1/16S J
Mark No. Description
CABLE HOLDER(7P) FFC CONNECTOR 9P 13P CONNECTOR 13P SOCKET 19P SOCKET
51063-0705 52045-0945 52045-1345 AKP7070 AKP7073 AKP7166 VNE1948 ASS7004
L201 F202 F201 F203 F601 L601
FM DETECTOR COIL FM CERAMIC FILTER FM CERAMIC FILTER AM CERAMIC FILTER ANTIBIRDY FILTER
ATE7003 ATF-107 ATF-119 ATF1155 ATF7025 LCTA270J2520
5802 CN5801 CN5701 CN5702 CN5401
CN5201 B TO B PLUG 16P 5801 SCREW PLATE X5701 CRYSTAL RESONATOR (4.332MHz)
C605 C212, C213, C226, C233C235 C240, C614 C206 C231, C232 CCSQCH680J50 CCSRCH101J50 CCSRCH101J50 CCSRCH120J50 CCSRCH150J50 CEAT100M50 CEAT101M10 CEAT1R0M50 CEAT220M25 CEAT2R2M50 CEAT330M16 CEAT3R3M50 CEAT470M10 CEJA1R0M50 CEJA470M16 CKSRYB102K50 CKSRYB103K50 CKSRYB103K50 CKSRYB153K50 CKSRYB182K50 CKSRYB223K50 CKSRYB223K50 CKSRYB224K10 CKSRYB392K50 CKSRYB471K50 CKSRYB473K16 CKSRYB561K50
Q5612 D5601 D5611 HN1A01FU E1L55-3B0A VRPG5615S
SWITCHES AND RELAYS
C223 C229 C224 C227 C241 C243 C228 C237 C211 C210 C103, C104, C204, C238 C102, C208, C216, C217, C220 C239, C242, C604, C615 C225 C607, C608 C201, C205, C214, C230, C236 C244 C221 C603 C215
CN5622 FFC CONNECTOR 9P 52045-0945
SEMICONDUCTORS SWITCHES AND RELAYS
C202, C222 C606
R211 R221 R233 R103, R104 Other Resistors RD1/4PU221J RD1/4PU222J RD1/4PU391J RS1/10S221J RS1/16S J
CN201 BN201 X201 13P CONNECTOR 2P TERMINAL WITH PAL SHIELD CASE T SHIELD CASE B CRYSTAL RESONATOR (7.2MHz) FM FRONTEND AM RF TUNING BLOCK 52044-1345 AKA7002 ANK7072 ANK7073 ASS1093 AXF7004 AXX7072
5621 J 5621 CABLE HOLDER(7P) JUMPER WIRE 51063-0705 D15A07-100-2651
FM/AM TUNER MODULE (AXQ7229)
IC201 IC202 Q201, Q204, Q205, Q601 Q202 Q203 D201 D202 D101 BA1451F LC72131MD-TFB 2SC2412K DTA124ES DTC124EK 1SS133 MTZJ5.1C UDZS6.8B
FM/AM TUNER MODULE (AXQ7228)
IC201 IC202 Q201, Q204, Q205 Q202 Q203 BA1451F LC72131MD-TFB 2SC2412K DTA124ES DTC124EK
NJM7812FA NJM78L08A PDC080A PQ20RV1E 2SB1237X 2SB1375 2SC2412K 2SC4081 2SD2114K DTC124EUA DTC143EUA RN1903 RN2903 UN5212 1SR154-400 1SS355 UDZ2.0B UDZ4.7B UDZS8.2B
L201 F202 F201 F203 FM DETECTOR COIL FM CERAMIC FILTER FM CERAMIC FILTER AM CERAMIC FILTER ATE7003 ATF-107 ATF-119 ATF1155
IC8011 IC8802 IC5501 IC8031 Q8011, Q8031 Q8021, Q8041 Q8022, Q8042 Q5301, Q5561, Q5572, Q5573 Q8051 Q5503, Q5504 Q5571 Q8801 Q8802 Q5501, Q5502 D5571, D8032 D5573, D8011, D8031, D8801D8803 D8002 D5302 D5502D5506, D8061D8066
C206 C212, C213, C226, C233C235 C240 C231, C232 C223 C229 C224 C227 C241 C243 C228 C237 C211 C210 C204, C238, C602 C101, C102, C208, C220, C239 C242, C601 C216, C217 C225 C201, C205, C209, C214, C230 C236, C603 C221 C202, C222 C215 CCSRCH100D50 CCSRCH101J50 CCSRCH101J50 CCSRCH150J50 CEAT100M50 CEAT101M10 CEAT1R0M50 CEAT220M25 CEAT2R2M50 CEAT330M16 CEAT3R3M50 CEAT470M10 CEJA1R0M50 CEJA470M16 CKSRYB102K50 CKSRYB103K50 CKSRYB103K50 CKSRYB123K50 CKSRYB153K50 CKSRYB223K50 CKSRYB223K50 CKSRYB224K10 CKSRYB473K16 CKSRYB681K50
L5571 L8831, L8841 CHIP BEADS LFEA220J VTL1087
C5575 C5351C5358, C5502, C5506, C5507 C5510, C5511, C5513C5517 C5523C5525, C5577, C8063C8065 C5520 C8822, C8832, C8842 C5576, C8012, C8032, C8043 C5303, C5304, C5572, C8023, C8033 C8042 C8803 C5578, C8812, C8813 C8051 C8013, C8022, C8805 C8821, C8831 C5508, C5521, C5522, C8823 C5301, C5302, C5305, C5503C5505 C5518, C5571, C5573, C8808 C8804, C8806, C8811, C8814, C8815 C8841 C5509, C5512, C5574, C8011, C8021 C8031, C8041 C5359 BCH1072 CCSRCH101J50 CCSRCH101J50 CCSRCH101J50 CCSRCH221J50 CCSRCH331J50 CEAT100M50 CEAT101M10 CEAT101M10 CEAT101M16 CEAT1R0M50 CEAT220M50 CEAT470M16 CEAT471M6R3 CKSRYB102K50 CKSRYB103K50 CKSRYB103K50 CKSRYB104K25 CKSRYB104K25 CKSRYB473K25 CKSRYB473K25 CKSRYF104Z50
Put a spacer between a Tangential (or Radial) adjustment screw and Mechanism Base and turn each screw to adjust the height. (Refer to "6.1 ADJUSTMENT ITEMS AND LOCATION".)
Spacer for Height adjustment
Note: Turn the Short switch to Short side when removing the Pickup Flexible Cable. (Refer to "7.1.6 DISASSEMBLY".)
Turn a flat side into bottom
2 DVD Jitter Adjustment
Playback method of inner and outer address for the purpose is refererd to "6.3 TEST MODE". Jitter indication of the monitor is refererd to "7.1.3 TEST MODE SCREEN DISPLAY". Use disc: GGV1025
Test mode Play the DVD test disc at outer track (around #200000) Mechanism Assy Adjust the Tangential Adjustment Screw so that jitter becomes minimum. Play the DVD test disc at inner track (around #30000)
J4 : Min
Mechanism Assy Adjust the Radial Adjustment Screw so that jitter becomes minimum.
J4 : - - - -
Play the DVD test disc at outer track (around #200000)
Turn the POWER OFF in case of NG once, and perform the adjustment once again.
Confirm the error rate that is displayed "OK" (Example ER (av): 2.5e - 5-*OK )
Readjust the Tangential Adjustment Screw so that jitter becomes minimum.
If error rate is OK, locks a root of tangential and radial adjustment screws with the Screw tight, and go to step !. Screw tight : GYL1001 Disc playback normally. The measurement of block error rate
ESC ESC 5
Test mode end
3 Initialize the Focus Sweep Setting Purpose: To set the sweep which was correct with the individual Traverse mechanism.
Turn on the Player
Note: Be sure to perform this step when replaced the Pickup or Traverse mechanism.
6.6 TUNER SECTION
AM Tuner Section
There is no adjustment in the AM tuner.
FM Tuner Section
Set the mode selector to FM BAND. Connect the wiring as shown in Fig. 1. Step No.
ANT. Input level and signal condition Input Level Frequency Modulation (dBV) (MHz)
98 OFF 80
Adjustment Adjust point
Adjust L201 so that the DC voltage between Pin 21 and Pin 23 of IC201 (Test point Vtm) gets within 0 50mV.
2 Screen Layout
3 Indication Contents
1. The error that became the trigger that an error of 2 occurred. There are many cases same as 2. 2. The error number that transferred to the system controller Refer to the error list about contents of error number. 3. Code read in state (it does not support in this unit) When X is indicated, ID or subcode are not able to read in. When X is not indicated, they are able to read in. 4. ID or subcode (it does not support in this unit) Subcode indicates the A time. 5. Inside mode of the mechanism controller when an error of 1 occurred It can indicate to a maximum 10 mode. Indicate it in order of an old mode from the left, and go right, and become a new mode. Indicate only a nest share of the mode. 6. Processing step of inside mode of 5 It can grasp the mode reaching an error and transition of step by watching 5 and 6 and it can specify the occurrence place of most errors. 7. Disk information in the mechanism controller ? : Indistinctness NO : There is no disc DVD 1 : DVD single layer DVD 2 : DVD dual layer CD : CD CDR : CD-R or CD-RW CDR P : PRD of CD-R or CD-RW 8. As a result of 8cm /12cm distinction ? : Indistinctness (undistinction) 8 : 8 cm 12 : 12 cm 9. OEIC gain (it does not support in this unit) H : OEIC HIGH gain L : OEIC LOW gain 10. SGC gain for LD of 780nm It indicates a step using in the mechanism controller inside with a hexadecimal number. Set the gain so that S curve becomes 1.8V (p-p) in disc distinction. 11. SGC gain for LD of 650nm For L0. It indicates a step using in the mechanism controller inside with a hexadecimal number. Set a gain so that S curve becomes 1.8V (p-p) in disc distinction. 12. SGC gain for LD of 650nm For L1. It indicates a step using in the mechanism controller inside with a hexadecimal number. Set a gain so that a S curve becomes 1.8V (p-p) in disc distinction. 13. RF count value for disc distinction RF count value to use the disc distinction. It compares threshold value of 14 and 15 and distinguishes the disc. 14. Disc distinction threshold value (DVD and CD) Threshold value of the disc distinction. Distinguish it from DVD if bigger than this value, and distinguish it from CD if small.
15. Disc distinction threshold value (CD and unrecorded disc) Threshold value of the disc distinction. Distinguish it from CD if bigger than this value, and distinguish it from an unrecorded disc if small. 16. Current jitter value Indicate the value that was read in from the MY-CHIP in DVD, and indicate the value that was read in from the servo DSP in CD. 17. Focus balance setting value of L0 18. Focus balance setting value of L1 19. Current mechanism controller inside mode (it does not support in this unit) It can indicate to a maximum 10 modes. Indicate only a nest share of the mode. 20. Processing step of 11 inside modes (it does not support in this unit) It can grasp the current mode, the mode reaching it and transition of step by watching 19 and 20. 21. Spindle control state of MY-CHIP (it does not support in this unit) OFF : Motor off condition A/B : Accelerator and brakes FG : FG servo RVP : Rough speed phase servo ORVP : Rough speed phase servo of offset addition 22. Rotation number of spindle motor Do not FG read in ? indication (during spindle stop). 23. Tracking error generation system (it does not support in this unit) 1: 1 beam (DPD) 3: 3 beams 24. TZC count value (it does not support in this unit) The value that counted the number of TZC for one rotation in the tracking open state. When this value is more than 512 with CD, set it in 1 beam because the eccentric is large. DVD does not measure it because it is 1 beam fixed (indication is 0000). 25. It indicates the frequency that entered the focus backup Hexadecimal number indication. Counter does not reset till turns the power off after turning it on. Due to a 1 byte counter, next of FF becomes 00. 26. It indicates focus backup limit frequency with the hexadecimal number Initial value is 14H, it does decrement whenever enter the focus backup and it gives up backup if it became 0. Then the error is generated. After reverted from the backup, When not enter the backup and pass fixed time (1500ms), return to initial value again.
27. It indicates the frequency that entered the internal circumference plunging into backup of the sled Hexadecimal number indication. Counter does not reset till turns the power off after turning it on. Due to a 1 byte counter, next of FF becomes 00. 28. It indicates the frequency that entered the tracking overrun backup Hexadecimal number indication. Counter does not reset till turns the power off after turning it on. Due to a 1 byte counter, next of FF becomes 00. 29. It indicates the limit frequency of tracking overrun backup with a hexadecimal number Initial value is 03H, it does decrement whenever enter the tracking overrun backup and it gives up backup if it became 0. 30. It indicates the frequency that entered sled overrun backup Hexadecimal number indication. Counter does not reset till turns the power off after turning it on. Due to a 1 byte counter, next of FF becomes 00. 31. It indicates the limit frequency of sled overrun backup with a hexadecimal number Initial value is 03H, it does decrement whenever enter the sled overrun backup and it gives up backup if it became 0. 32. It indicates the frequency that entered the tracking close NG backup Hexadecimal number indication. Counter does not reset till turns the power off after turning it on. Next of FF is be a 1 byte counter in 00. The hexadecimal number indication which indicates the frequency that reads 33. ID/subQ, and entered NG backup Hexadecimal number indication. A counter does not reset it till cuts it off after turning it on. Due to a 1 byte counter, next of FF becomes 00. 34. An address to indicate in 35 Set it by using RS232.I (an address) Set it with DA. 35. Contents of an address indicated in 34.
7.1.4 TROUBLE SHOOTING
No Power ON FL is not turned ON FL indication is unusual
Check the POWERED SUBWOOFEER. Blow out micro-fuse on the MOTHER Assy. (Check the each voltage.) (IC8001-IC8003) FL Driver IC (IC5661) on the FLDP Assy is damaged.
Turn on the power again after 2 - 3 minutes. Check the following connections : DVDM Assy - TRADEL Assy - SIDEL Assy - MOTHER Assy DVDM Assy - TRADER Assy - SIDER Assy - MOTHER Assy SIDEL Assy - DISPLAY UNIT Check each voltage (EV+5V, SW+5V, SW+3.3V, +6V and +12V) (If above voltage are not supplied, check the micro-fuse IC8001-IC8003.)
Is FL turn on ? Yes
Auto sequence 57 timeout of tracking servo ON Auto sequence 58 timeout of ATB1 Auto sequence 59 timeout of focus gain adjustment Auto sequence 5A timeout of tracking gain adjustment Auto sequence 5B timeout of offset adjustment
Stop Stop Stop
ABUSY did not return within 200 mS after the ADJMIR (modulation factor measurement) command was sent. ABUSY did not return within 2 seconds after the AFB (auto focus bias) command was sent. A command could not be sent because ABUSY was low. ABUSY did not return within 200 mS after TLV command was sent. Pause mode could not be restored within three retries after it had been released. An ID could not be read for 1 second or more.
Auto sequence 5C timeout of modulation factor measurement Auto sequence 5D timeout of auto focus bias 5F Auto sequence already busy
Stop Continues operation Stop No frame could be read for 3 seconds or more. Stop
62 Pause retry error ID can not read during tracing
Subcode check failure during playback ID can not read at 73 the startup 74 Subcode check failure during startup
An ID could not be read within 1 second after the AFB adjustment had been finished. No subcode could be read within 3 seconds after AFB adjustment had been finished. TOC readout took 30 seconds or more.
Opens (ID readout failure) Opens (Subcode readout failure).
Timeout for reading 81 TOC of the mechanism controller Timeout for reading 82 TOC of the system controller Communication A1 timeout of DSP command A command could not be issued to DSP because Command Busy (XCBUSY) was in force (XCBUSY = L) for a specified time (about 200 mS). Command Busy (XCBUSY) was in force for a specified time (about 200 mS) before and after a coefficient read command was issued to DSP, or the address echo-back after command issuance did not match the setup address. Command Busy (XCBUSY) was in force for a specified time (about 1024 mS) before and after the coefficient write command was issued to DSP. Command Busy (XCBUSY) was in force for 200 S during continuous coefficient writing, or before and after a continuous write command was issued to DSP.
Reading TOC of the system Stop controller took 30 seconds or more.
Communication A2 timeout for reading DSP coefficient Communication A3 timeout for writing DSP coefficient Communication A4 timeout for continuously writing DSP coefficient B1 Timeout error for backup Retry error for backup
In the tracing state during the backup sequence, codes could not be read for 1 second or more. In the backup sequence, tracking ON sequence of the servo DSP could not be completed even if more than 500 mS after the tracking ON command was issued. Tracing impossible after retring the tracking ON for 3 times in the backup sequence. During tracing, runaway was detected after three iterations of backup operations for detecting runaway.
SIDER Assy SIDEL Assy
3 Diagnosis of DVDM Assy
4 Diagnosis of DSP, JACK and BALANCE Assys
Connection Cable for Service (GGD1228)
Diagnosis Attention when Loading Mechanism Assy is assembled
Letting uses four hole of bottom face and insert connectors surely. TRADEL Assy (CN5104) - DVDM Assy (CN401) TRADER Assy (CN5203) - DVDM Assy (CN15) DVDM Assy TRADER Assy TRADEL Assy
5 MOTHER Assy
Remove PCB Holder.
Remove Rear Panel and FM/AM TUNER MODULE.
Display Panel and Display Cover are vertically moved. The hook three places of the upper part are removed. Removes while rotating Display Cover in the direction of the arrow. Display Panel
Loading Mecha. Assy
Disassembly of the Traverse Mechanism Assy and the Pickup Assy 5 6
Remove the Bonnet, Top Panel1, Top Panel2 and Top Plate. Remove the Loading Mechanism Assy. Remove the Bridge (Screw 1). Pull out the Tray and remove it while unhooking a Hook. Turn the Short SW to Short side. Remove three connectors.
Remove the DVDM Assy (Screws 2). Remove the Adapter12 L and Adapter12 R (Screws 4). Remove a screw.
Screw is locked with Silicone Bond. Please lock it with Silicone Bond when installs it. Remove the FFC Holder with the state which Flexible Cable was atatched. Silicone Adhesive 8 GEM1037 Traverse Mechanism Assy
-2 Bottom View
DVDM Assy Side
When Removing The Traverse Mechanism Assy
Caution in the tray insertion
In the Tray insertion, insert it after matching a triangle mark of the Loading Base and a position of pin of the Drive Cam. Loading Base
Remove the Pickup Flexible Cable Unhook ( 4) Remove the Traverse Mechanism Assy
Traverse Mechanism Assy
When Removing The Pickup Assy
Remove the Pickup Flexible Cable.
Remove two screws.
Screw is locked with Silicone Bond. Please lock it with Silicone Bond when installs it.
Silicone Adhesive GEM1037
Traverse Mechanism Assy Pickup Assy Joint Silicone Adhesive GEM1037
Remove two Skew Screws and two Skew Springs. Remove the Pickup Assy.
Skew Screw Skew Spring Pickup Assy
Skew Spring Skew Screw
Styling the Pickup Flexible Cable
Fold a edge of lining part of the Pickup Flexible Cable. Insert the Pickup Flexible Cable in connector, and lock it surely.
No. Pin Name 1 BEEP 2 XDSP SUB CS 3 XDSP MAIN CS 4 DSP CK 5 DSP SI 6 TXCLK 7 TXDI 8 TXCE 9 DSP SO 10 XFL CS 11 XRESET 12 (NC) 13 (NC) 14 GND 15 CFCFVDD 18 ST/TUNE 19 KEY 20 HP DET 21 OP PROTECT 22 XEMR 23 3.3DET 24 XRDY 25 DSTN 26 ACPULSE 27 LTRDSCLK 29 RMC 30 (NC) 31 (NC) 32 (NC) 33 (NC) 34 (NC) 35 (NC) 36 (NC) 37 (NC) 38 (NC) 39 (NC) 40 (NC) 41 (NC) 42 (NC) 43 (NC) 44 (NC) 45 (NC) 46 VDD 47 (NC) 48 (NC) 49 (NC) 50 (NC)
GND SERALOCK SERALOCK VDD Anarog Input Anarog Input Port Port Port Port Port Anarog Input INT0 Port INT1 Port INT2 Port INT3 Port VFD Controller VFD Controller VFD Controller VFD Controller VFD Controller VFD Controller VFD Controller VFD Controller VFD Controller Port Port Port Port Port Port Port VDD Port Port Port Port
No. 99 100
Pin Name GND DIR DI XDIR RST DVD ON/OFF XDSP RST XTMRLED WCLK FAN DET XCDC RST OP PWR XSTBYLED FLDIMA FLDIMB CDRD TXDO RDSDATA TEST UTEST SERVICE POWER DIR ERR VDD SBDI MASD XDSP MUTE ASSELA ASSELB XLINE MUTE MAIN VOL CS HP VOL CE XCDC CS DIR CE HP VOL DATA HP VOL CK XDVD RST EX/V DATA EX/V CLK EXCE GND VDD FL DATA FL CK SBDO/REQ SBCLK DREQ DDATA DCLK SSI SSO SSCK
I/O I O O O O I I O O O O O I I I I I I O I O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O I I O I O
MOS P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P C C C C C C C C C C C C C C
Function Port Port Port Port Port Port Port Port Port Port Port Port Port Port Port Port Port Port Port Port VDD Port Port Port Port Port Port Port Port Port Port Port Port Port Port Port Port GND VDD Port Port Port Port Port Hard Serial Hard Serial Hard Serial Hard Serial Hard Serial
Pin Function Data Input from DIR DIR Reset DVD Power Contorol YSS912 Reset Timer Standby Display LED Control For Flash Rewrite FUN Detection L : OK H : NG (Power off) CODEC Reset Option (MD, DECK) Power ON/OFF Standby Display LED Control FL Dimmer Control A FL Dimmer Control B Communication for CDR : Send information from CDR to DVD Data Input from FM/AM Tuner module Data Input from RDS Decoder Test Mode Detection Jumper Unit Test Mode Detection Jumper Service Mode Detection Jumper System Power Supply Control ERR Input from DIR VDD System Bus Received Data Communication for CDR : Send information from DVD to CDR DSP Mute (ASSY Mute) Audio source select A Audio source select B System Audio Mute Main Volume Chip Select Head Phone Volume CE Codec Chip Select DIR CE Head Phone Volume Data Head Phone Volume Clock DVD Reset Expandor/Volume Data Expandor/Volume Clock Expandor CE GND VDD FL Driver Control Data, Using combinedly with WD0 for Flash Rewrite FL Driver Control Clock System Bus Sending Data/Request, Using combinedly with WEN/D1 for Flash Rewrite System Bus Clock Display Data Communication Request Display Data Communication Received Data Display Data Communication Clock DVD Microcomputer Communication Data output (AMP side output) DVD Microcomputer Communication Data input (AMP side input) DVD Microcomputer Communication Clock output
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