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Comments to date: 4. Page 1 of 1. Average Rating:
rbrown3rd 9:35am on Sunday, October 17th, 2010 
sports pack Well worth purchasing, arrived just in time for my hols, was used numerous times in water, kept camera bone dry, simple to use.
Hurninm 7:00am on Friday, September 24th, 2010 
super It arrived in time,and the product is awesome.On the sony website you can find it for double the price.It was a perfect choice.
iglhaut 2:53am on Monday, August 30th, 2010 
Love it! This waterproof case is excellent (especially for the price). We are thrilled with the way it looks and works! Great unit!! I am so glad I bought this camera case. I already have used it for snorkeling, in the pool and in the rain.
drobert_bfm 4:25am on Monday, March 22nd, 2010 
Works good i bought this for my wife for our trip to Aruba. We took it on multiple snokeling trips and it worked very well. glare in the mirror the controls work with the SR12. I use it outdoors for keeping camcorder dry and protecting it from the salt air and water.

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9 screw (BVTP3 10)

5 wire (flat type) (15 core) (33 cm) (CN106) 2 Pull-out the disc tray.
9 screw (BVTP3 10) 8 connector (CN109) 7 wire (flat type) (17 core) (CN107) 6 wire (flat type) (13 core) (23 cm) (CN201)

0 three screws (BVTT3 6)

TAPE MECHANISM DECK SECTION (TCM-230AWR1/TCM-230PWR1)

3 three screws (BVTP3 8)

4 two screws (BVTP) 2 Open the cassette lids.
5 tape mechanism deck section (TCM-230AWR1/ TCM-230PWR1) 1 Push the cassette lids.
CD MECHANISM DECK SECTION (CDM38L-5BD29AL/CDM38LH-5BD29AL)

3 two screws (BVTP3 8)

2 wire (flat type) (19 core) (CN105) 4 CD mechanism deck section CDM38L-5BD29AL CDM38LH-5BD29AL
Note: The CD mechanism deck will fall if three screws are removed. Support it by hand, then remove three screws.
1 two connectors (CN103, CN104)

MAIN BOARD

Abbreviation AUS : Australian EA4 : Israel MY : Malaysia TW : Taiwan E2 : 120 V AC Area in E model HK : Hong Kong SAF : South African E3 IA SP : 240 V AC Area in E model : Indonesian : Singapore EA3 : Saudi Arabia MX : Mexican TH : Thai
3 four screws (BVTP3 8) 2 wire (flat type) (13 core) (14 cm) (CN102) (GRX5: E2, EA4, TH, MX, AUS/RX66) wire (flat type) (15 core) (14 cm) (CN102) (GRX5: E3, EA3, MY, SP, IA, HK, TW, SAF) 1 connector (CN11)

6 MAIN board

4 two screws (BVTP3 6)

5 connector (CN101)

SECTION 4 TEST MODE
[MC Cold Reset] The cold reset clears all data including preset data stored in the RAM to initial conditions. Execute this mode when returning the set to the customer. Procedure: 1. Press three buttons p , [ENTER/NEXT], and I/u simultaneously. 2. The fluorescent indicator tube becomes blank instantaneously, and the set is reset. [CD Delivery Mode] This mode moves the pickup to the position durable to vibration. Use this mode when returning the set to the customer after repair. Procedure: 1. Press I/u button to turn the set ON. 2. Press [LOOP] button and I/u button simultaneously. 3. A message LOCK is displayed on the fluorescent indicator tube, and the CD delivery mode is set. [MC Hot Reset] This mode resets the set with the preset data kept stored in the memory. The hot reset mode functions same as if the power cord is plugged in and out. Procedure: 1. Press three buttons p , [ENTER/NEXT], and [DISC1] simultaneously. 2. The fluorescent indicator tube becomes blank instantaneously, and the set is reset. [Sled Servo Mode] This mode can run the CD sled motor freely. Use this mode, for instance, when cleaning the pickup. Procedure: 1. Press I/u button to turn the set ON. 2. Select the function CD. 3. Press three buttons p , [ENTER/NEXT] , and simultaneously. 4. The Sled Servo mode is selected, if CD is blanking on the fluorescent indicator tube. 5. With the CD in stop status, press ) + button to move the pickup to outside track, or 0 button to inside track. 6. To exit from this mode, perform as follows: 1) Move the pickup to the most inside track. 2) Press three buttons in the same manner as step 2.

Note: Always move the pickup to most inside track when exiting from this mode. Otherwise, a disc will not be unloaded. Do not run the sled motor excessively, otherwise the gear can be chipped.
[Change-over of AM Tuner Step between 9 kHz and 10 kHz] A step of AM channels can be changed over between 9 kHz and 10 kHz. Procedure: 1. Press I/u button to turn the set ON. 2. Select the function TUNER, and press [TUNER/BAND] button to select the BAND AM. 3. Press I/u button to turn the set OFF. 4. Press [ENTER/NEXT] and I/u buttons simultaneously, and the display of fluorescent indicator tube changes to AM 9 k STEP or AM 10 k STEP, and thus the channel step is changed over. [LED and Fluorescent Indicator Tube All Lit, Key Check Mode] Procedure: 1. Press three buttons p , [ENTER/NEXT], and [DISC2] simultaneously. 2. LEDs and fluorescent indicator tube are all turned on. Press [DISC2] button, and the key check mode is activated. 3. In the key check mode, the fluorescent indicator tube displays K 1 J0 V0. Each time a button is pressed, K value increases. However, once a button is pressed, it is no longer taken into account. J value increases like 1, 2, 3. if rotating [JOG] knob in + direction, or it decreases like 0, 9, 8. if rotating in direction. V value increases like 1, 2, 3. if rotating [VOLUME] knob in + direction, or it decreases like 0, 9, 8. if rotating in direction. 4. To exit from this mode, press three buttons in the same manner as step 1, or disconnect the power cord.
[Aging Mode] This mode can be used for operation check of CD section and tape deck section. If an error occurred: The aging operation stops and display status. If no error occurs: The aging operation continues repeatedly. 1. Operating Method of Aging Mode 1) Set disc in DISC1 tray. 2) Load the tapes recording use into the decks A and B respectively. 3) Press three buttons p , [ENTER/NEXT], and [DISCSKIP/EX-CHANGE] simultaneously. 4) The aging mode is activated, if a CD roulette mark on the fluorescent indicator tube is blinking. 5) To exit from the aging mode, press I/u button to turn the set OFF. 2. Operation Sequence During the aging mode in the following sequence to below. Starting the CD section aging for function set CD, starting the TAPE section (deck A) aging for function set TAPE A or TAPE B. (Set another function is no work.) CD (disc1) (12 minutes) Deck A (About 13 minutes Deck B 20 seconds maximum) 3. Aging mode in CD section 1) Display state No error occurs display

SECTION 5 MECHANICAL ADJUSTMENTS
Precaution 1. Clean the following parts with a denatured alcohol-moistened swab: record/playback heads pinch rollers erase head rubber belts capstan idlers 2. Demagnetize the record/playback head with a head demagnetizer. 3. Do not use a magnetized screwdriver for the adjustments. 4. After the adjustments, apply suitable locking compound to the parts adjusted. 5. The adjustments should be performed with the rated power supply voltage unless otherwise noted. Torque Measurement
Mode FWD FWD back tension REV REV back tension FF/REW FWD tension REV tension Torque meter CQ-102C CQ-102C CQ-102RC CQ-102RC CQ-201B CQ-403A CQ-403R Meter reading 31 to 71 g cm (0.43 0.98 oz inch) 2 to 6 g cm (0.02 0.08 oz inch) 31 to 71 g cm (0.43 0.98 oz inch) 2 to 6 g cm (0.02 0.08 oz inch) 71 to 143 g cm (0.98 1.99 oz inch) 100 g or more (3.53 oz or more) 100 g or more (3.53 oz or more)
SECTION 6 ELECTRICAL ADJUSTMENTS

DECK SECTION

0 dB=0.775 V
1. Demagnetize the record/playback head with a head demagnetizer. 2. Do not use a magnetized screwdriver for the adjustments. 3. After the adjustments, apply suitable locking compound to the parts adjust. 4. The adjustments should be performed with the rated power supply voltage unless otherwise noted. 5. The adjustments should be performed in the order given in this service manual. (As a general rule, playback circuit adjustment should be completed before performing recording circuit adjustment.) 6. The adjustments should be performed for both L-CH and RCH. 7. Switches and controls should be set as follows unless otherwise specified. Test Tape
Tape P-4-A100 WS-48B P-4-L300 Signal 10 kHz, 10 dB 3 kHz, 0 dB 315 Hz, 0 dB Used for Azimuth Adjustment Tape Speed Adjustment Level Adjustment
Record/Playback Head Azimuth Adjustment

DECK A

DECK B
Note: Perform this adjustments for both decks
Procedure: 1. Mode: Playback
test tape P-4-A100 (10 kHz, 10 dB) main board CN301 Pin 3 (L-CH) Pin 1 (R-CH) level meter set main board CN301 Pin 2 (GND) +

2. Turn the adjustment screw and check output peaks. If the peaks do not match for L-CH and R-CH, turn the adjustment screw so that outputs match within 1dB of peak.

Tape Speed Adjustment

Note: Start the Tape Speed adjustment as below after setting to the test mode. In the test mode, the tape speed is high during pressing the [HI-DUB] button.

L-CH peak Output level

within 1dB within 1dB

Screw position

R-CH peak L-CH peak R-CH peak
Procedure: 1. Turn the power switch on. 2. Press the p button, [ENTER/NEXT] button and [DISC3] button simultaneously. (The VOLUME on the fluorescent indicator tube will blink while in the test mode.) To exit from the test mode, press the I/u button. Mode: Playback
test tape WS-48B (3 kHz, 0 dB) set frequency counter + main board CN301 (Pin 3 : L-CH) (Pin 1 : R-CH)

3. Mode: Playback

test tape P-4-A100 (10 kHz, 10 dB) L-CH MAIN board CN301 set R-CH pin 1 waveform of oscilloscope

pin 3 pin 2 L R

oscilloscope

in phase 45 good

180 wrong
1. Insert the WS-48B into the deck B. 2. Press the button on the deck B. 3. Press the [HI-DUB] button in playback mode. Then at HIGH speed mode. 4. Adjust RV1001 on the LEAF SW board do that frequency counter reads 6,Hz. 5. Press the [HI-DUB] button. Then back to NORMAL speed mode. 6. Adjust RV1002 on the LEAF SW board so that frequency counter reads 3,Hz. Adjustment Location: LEAF SW board Playback level Adjustment DECK A Procedure: Mode: Playback
test tape P-4-L300 (315 Hz, 0 dB) set
4. After the adjustments, apply suitable locking compound to the pats adjusted. Adjustment Location: Playback Head (Deck A). Record/Playback/Erase Head (Deck B).

level meter +

main board CN301 (Pin 3 : L-CH) (Pin 1 : R-CH)
Deck A is RV311 (L-CH) and RV411 (R-CH), Deck B is RV301 (L-CH) and RV401 (R-CH) so that adjustment within adjustment level as follows. Adjustment Level: CN301 PB level: 301.5 to 338.3 mV (8.2 to 7.2 dB) level difference between the channels: within 0.5 dB Adjustment Location: AUDIO board

forward reverse

REC Bias Adjustment DECK B Procedure: INTRODUCTION When set to the test mode performed in Tape Speed Adjustment, when the tape is rewound after recording, the REC memory mode which rewinds only the recorded portion and playback is set. This REC memory mode is convenient for performing this adjustment. During recording, the input signal FUNCTION will automatically switch to VIDEO. (If do not operation of stopped from recording complete, and press 0 button then rewind to recording start position.) 1. Press [FUNCTION] button to select VIDEO. (This step is not necessary if the above test mode has already been set.) 2. Insert a tape into deck B. r 3. After press [REC] button, press P button, then recording start. 4. Mode: Record

FM ANT FM ANT

ST-L ST-R
AM ANT ST-MUTE STEREO AM ANT TUNED AM ST-DIN ST-DOUT ST-CLK ST-CE (Page 25)

D F G H

SPEANA
(Page 25) DATA, CLK R-CH (Page 26) POWER
DC DETECT SWITCH Q433, 434 +5V

(Page 26)

CD-POWER
RESET SIGNAL GENERATOR IC502
MUTING CONTROL SWITCH Q571, 572

(Page 25)

DATA CLK

X501 5MHz

X502 32.768kHz

RESET SWITCH Q501

DBFB-H/L
ST-CE ST-CLK ST-DIN ST-DOUT TUNED STEREO ST-MUTE

LINE-MUTE

IIC-DATA IIC-CLK

STK-MUTE

AC-CUT
M62442-DATA M62442-CLK M62442-LATCH
SYSTEM CONTROLLER IC501 (3/3)

F-RELAY

7-4. BLOCK DIAGRAM DISPLAY/KEY CONTROL/POWER SUPPLY Section
FLUORESCENT INDICATOR TUBE DRIVE, LED DRIVE, KEY CONTROL IC601

DATA, CLK

24 SDA 23 SCL 54 69, 72 70, 77 73
FLUORESCENT INDICATOR TUBE FL601

10 RESET

SEG1 SEG24
CD MECHANISM DECK SECTION B+
BAND-PASS FILTER IC603 F01 F02 F03 FLINE IN L+R 13 RST SPEANA RESET S604 610, 614 625, S631 642, KEY-0 KEY-29 B+ SWITCH Q601, L+R SPEANA-1 SPEANA-2 SPEANA-3 SPEANA-4

B+ SWITCH Q907, 908

GRGR2 GR52

SWITCHING Q621

AUDIO D+5V

B+ SWITCH Q905, 906 D507

D+5V SWITCHING Q620 SYSTEM CONTROLLER (IC501) B+ +5V REGULATOR IC902

GR1 41

D501, 502
+7V (CD M+7V) D+5V Q603 L.SEL 25

+7V REGULATOR IC901

REGULATOR CONTROL SWITCH Q903 +7V REGULATOR Q901, 902, 913
+7V LED1, LED5 LED8, LED13 LED15

79, 3 6, 16 18

REMOTE CONTROL RECEIVER IC602
TC, PANEL, AUDIO LED DRIVE Q604, 608 610, Q613 615, 618 D610, 612, 621 625, D631 633, 651, 652 7V REGULATOR Q914, 951, 952 RECT D901 904

POWER TRANSFORMER T11

33 SIRCS

LED9, LED10

11, 12

S601 (JOG DIAL)

ROTARY ENCODER S601 ROTARY ENCODER S602

21 JOG-A 22 JOG-B

D613, 616 618
CAPSTAN MOTOR DRIVE CIRCUIT, TRIGGER PLUNGER DRIVE CIRCUIT B+

S602 VOLUME

19 VOL-A 20 VOL-B
+10V (FM/AM TUNER UNIT B+)

+10V REGULATOR Q909

+12V REGULATOR IC903

RECT D907, 908

30V FL DRIVER (IC601)

30V REGULATOR Q910

RECT D909, 910
Except E, Saudi Arabia, Hong Kong, Singapore, Taiwan, Indonesia models

X601 8MHz

TO FLUORESCENT INDICATOR TUBE (FL601) POWER AMP (IC801)

VF1 VF2 B+ B VOLTAGE SELECT SWITCH S11 S11 VOLTAGE SELECTOR E, Saudi Arabia, Hong Kong, Singapore, Taiwan, Indonesia models AC IN RECT D800
THIS NOTE IS COMMON FOR PRINTED WIRING BOARDS AND SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS. (In addition to this, the necessary note is printed in each block.)
Note on Schematic Diagram: All capacitors are in F unless otherwise noted. pF: F 50 WV or less are not indicated except for electrolytics and tantalums. All resistors are in and 1/4 W or less unless otherwise specified. : internal component. C : panel designation. Note: The components identified by mark ! or dotted line with mark ! are critical for safety. Replace only with part number specified. Note: Les composants identifis par une marque ! sont critiques pour la scurit. Ne les remplacer que par une pice portant le numro spcifi. Note on Printed Wiring Boards: X : parts extracted from the component side. p : parts mounted on the conductor side. : Through hole. b : Pattern from the side which enables seeing. (The other layers' patterns are not indicated.) Caution: Pattern face side: (Side B) Parts face side: (Side A) Parts on the pattern face side seen from the pattern face are indicated. Parts on the parts face side seen from the parts face are indicated.

Waveforms BD Section

1 IC101 # (RF O) (PLAY MODE) 6 IC103 ^ (RFCK)

MAIN Section

1 IC501 ! (X1)

1.3 Vp-p

5 Vp-p

4.4 Vp-p

2 IC(FEI) (PLAY MODE) 7 IC103 & (WFCK)

200 ns

2 IC501 ! (XT1)
Indication of transistor.
C These are omitted. Q B E
U : B+ Line. V : B Line. H : adjustment for repair. Voltages and waveforms are dc with respect to ground under no-signal (detuned) conditions. Voltages are taken with a VOM (Input impedance 10 M). Voltage variations may be noted due to normal production tolerances. Waveforms are taken with a oscilloscope. Voltage variations may be noted due to normal production tolerances. Circled numbers refer to waveforms. Signal path. F : FM f : AM E : PB (DECK A) d : PB (DECK B) G : REC (DECK B) J : CD c : digital out Abbreviation AUS : Australian model. CND : Canadian model. E2 : 120 V AC Area in E model. E3 : 240 V AC Area in E model. EA3 : Saudi Arabia model. EA4 : Israel model. HK : Hong Kong model. IA : Indonesian model. MX : Mexican model. MY : Malaysia model. SAF : South African model. SP : Singapore model. TH : Thai model. TW : Taiwan model.

MAIN BOARD CN107

7-12. SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM LEAF SW Section See page 27 for Note on Schematic Diagram.
7-13. PRINTED WIRING BOARD MAIN Section See page 18 for Circuit Boards Location. See page 27 for Note on Printed Wiring Boards.
See page 45 to 52 for Schematic Diagram.

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7-14. SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM MAIN Section (1/4) See page 28 for Waveforms. See page 27 for Note on Schematic Diagram. See page 43 and 44 for Printed Wiring Board.

(page 47)

(page 32)

(page 36)

(page 51)
(page 49) Voltages and waveforms are dc with respect to ground under no-signal (detuned) conditions. no mark : FM ( ) : CD
7-15. SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM MAIN Section (2/4) See page 28 for Waveforms. See page 27 for Note on Schematic Diagram. See page 43 and 44 for Printed Wiring Board.

(page 62)

(page 46)
(page 51) Voltages and waveforms are dc with respect to ground under no-signal (detuned) conditions. no mark : FM Note: The components identified by mark ! or dotted line with mark ! are critical for safety. Replace only with part number specified. Note: Les composants identifis par une marque ! sont critiques pour la scurit. Ne les remplacer que par une pice portant le numro spcifi.
7-16. SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM MAIN Section (3/4) See page 28 for Waveforms. See page 27 for Note on Schematic Diagram. See page 43 and 44 for Printed Wiring Board.

(page 45)

(page 40)

(page 42)

Voltages and waveforms are dc with respect to ground under no-signal (detuned) conditions. no mark : FM { } : PB (DECK A) ( ) : CD [ ] : PB (DECK B) < > : REC
7-17. SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM MAIN Section (4/4) See page 28 for Waveforms. See page 27 for Note on Schematic Diagram. See page 43 and 44 for Printed Wiring Board.

(page 50)

(page 64)

(page 56)

7-18. PRINTED WIRING BOARD PANEL Section See page 18 for Circuit Boards Location. See page 27 for Note on Printed Wiring Boards.

(page 43)

(page 58)
D602 D610 D612 D613 D614 D615 D616 D617 D618 D621 D622 D623 D624 D625 D651 D652 D-7 D-5 E-4 D-6 F-6 F-6 E-9 E-4 E-7 C-4 C-5 C-6 C-7 C-8 C-1 D-1 IC601 IC602 IC603 IC750 Q601 Q602 Q603 Q604 Q608 Q609 Q610 Q618 Q620 Q621 B-6 A-9 B-8 C-13 D-6 D-7 D-7 D-5 B-3 C-6 C-9 E-1 A-7 A-6
7-19. SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM PANEL Section See page 28 for Waveforms. See page 67 for IC Block Diagrams. See page 27 for Note on Schematic Diagram.

(page 52)

(page 57)
Voltages and waveforms are dc with respect to ground under no-signal (detuned) conditions. no mark : FM

7-20. PRINTED WIRING BOARD CD-SW Section See page 18 for Circuit Boards Location. See page 27 for Note on Printed Wiring Boards.

(page 54)

SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM CD-SW Section
See page 27 for Note on Schematic Diagram.
7-22. PRINTED WIRING BOARD HP Section See page 18 for Circuit Boards Location. See page 27 for Note on Printed Wiring Boards.

(page 44)

7-23. SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM HP Section See page 27 for Note on Schematic Diagram.

(page 48)

7-24. PRINTED WIRING BOARD POWER AMP Section See page 18 for Circuit Boards Location. See page 27 for Note on Printed Wiring Boards.
D800 D801 D841 D842 D843 D851 IC801 Q801 Q851 D-1 F-2 F-2 F-2 C-2 C-2 E-3 F-2 C-2
SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM POWER AMP Section
Voltages and waveforms are dc with respect to ground under no-signal (detuned) conditions. no mark : FM Note: The components identified by mark ! or dotted line with mark ! are critical for safety. Replace only with part number specified. Note: Les composants identifis par une marque ! sont critiques pour la scurit. Ne les remplacer que par une pice portant le numro spcifi.
7-26. PRINTED WIRING BOARD TRANSFORMER Section See page 18 for Circuit Boards Location. See page 27 for Note on Printed Wiring Board. 7-27. SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM TRANSFORMER Section
IC Block Diagrams BD Board IC101 CXA1992AR
RF_M RF_O RFTC RF_I PD2 PD1 CC1 CCVEE

PD2 IV AMP FE_BIAS 40

PD1 IV AMP

RF SUMMING AMP

FOK 27

APC VEE

LASER POWER CONTROL F IV AMP

FE AMP

E IV AMP EI 43 BAL1 BAL2 BAL3 BAL4

+ + +

VEE 44

FO. BIAS WINDOW COMP.

TEO 45

TRK. GAIN WINDOW COMP.

LPFI 46

E-F BALANCE WINDOW COMP.

TEI 47

ATSC 48

FOH FOL TGH TGL BALH BALL ATSC TZC FZC

ATSC WINDOW COMP.

TZC 49

TZC COMP. TDFCT 50 VCC

DFCT TM1
TRACKING PHASE COMPENSATION

VCC FZC 52

VEE FS2 Charge up TG2 FSET DFCT
FZC COMP. FS4 VEE 1 FEO 2 FEI 3 FDFCT 4 FGD 5 FLB 6 FE_O 7 FE_M 8 SRCH

10 TG2

11 FSET

12 TA_M

13 TA_O

+ + +

26 SENS2

25 SENS1

24 C. OUT

23 XRST

VEE LEVEL S

VEE 22 DATA

21 XLT

20 CLK

IIL DATA REGISTER INPUT SHIFT REGISTER ADDRESS DECODER SENS SELECTOR OUTPUT DECODER VCC

19 LOCK

18 VCC

IFB1-6 BAL1-4 TOG1-4

PS1-4 ISET 17 ISET

VCC TM4 TM6

VCC 16 SL_O

IIC-DATA IIC-CLK XRST XLT FOCUS-SW TBL-L TBL-R NCO LOAD-OUT LOAD-IN ST-CLK ST-DIN ST-DOUT ST-CE TUNED STEREO VSS ST-MUTE SENS2 SENS
*1 Disc tray turn motor (M701) control Mode Terminal TB-L (pin ^) TB-R (pin ^) STOP H H COUNTERCLOCKWISE L H CLOCKWISE H L BRAKE L L
*2 Disc tray slide motor (M801) control Mode Terminal LOAD-OUT (pin ^) LOAD-IN (pin ^) STOP H H TABLE IN H L TABLE OUT L H BRAKE L L

Pin No. 99 100

Pin Name DISC-SENS TBL-SENS CAPM-CNT2P ENC3 ENC2 ENC1 OUT-OPEN CAP-M-H/L B-TRG A-TRG CAPM-CNT1M CAPM-CNT2M TC-MUTE R/P-PASS NR-ON/OFF REC-MUTE CLK-OUT BIAS EQ-H/N PB-A/B A-PLAY-SW B-PLAY-SW TC-RELAY A-HALF ALC-ON/OFF STK-MUTE
I/O I I O I I I I O O O O O O O O O O O O O I I O I O O
Function Disc status detection signal input from the disc sensor (IC703) Disc tray status detection signal input from the disc tray sensor (IC702) Capstan motor (M1) drive signal output terminal Detection signal input from the disc tray address detect rotary encoder (S811) Detection signal input from the disc tray open/close detect switch (S801) L: open, H: close High/normal speed selection signal output of the capstan motor (M1) L: high speed, H: normal speed Deck-B side trigger plunger (SL2) drive signal output terminal Deck-A side trigger plunger (SL1) drive signal output terminal Capstan motor (M1) drive signal output terminal Capstan motor (M1) drive signal output terminal Line muting on/off selection signal output to the HA12215F (IC301) L: muting off, H: muting on Recording/playback/pass selection signal output to the HA12215F (IC301) L: recording mode Dolby NR on/off selection signal output to the HA12215F (IC301) L: dolby off, H: dolby on Recording muting on/off selection signal output to the HA12215F (IC301) L: muting on, H: muting off Clock output for the check Not used (open) Recording bias on/off selection signal output to the HA12215F (IC301) L: bias off, H: bias on Normal/high speed selection signal output to the HA12215F (IC301) L: normal speed, H: high speed Deck-A/B selection signal output to the HA12215F (IC301) L: deck-A, H: deck-B Detection input from the deck- A play detect switch (S1001) H: deck-A play Detection input from the deck- B play detect switch (S1002) H: deck-B play Recording/playback select signal output to the REC/PB switch (IC602) L: playback, H: recording Detection input from the deck-A cassette detect switch (S1003) L: cassette in, H: no cassette Automatic limiter control signal output to the HA12215F (IC301) L: limiter on Power amplifier on/off selection signal output terminal L: on, H: standby

Ref. No. * 9 * 11 Part No. 3-363-099-11 3-363-099-71 4-996-728-01 4-996-728-21 1-773-048-11 Description SCREW (CASE 3 TP2) (3X8) SCREW (CASE 3 TP2) (3X12) CASE (EXCEPT GRX5: IA/RX66) CASE (GRX5: IA) WIRE (FLAT TYPE) (17 CORE) Remark
Ref. No. 6 Part No. 4-996-733-01 X-4949-350-1 4-996-732-01 X-4949-349-1 4-996-703-01 Description SPRING (B DECK) LID (R) ASSY, CASSETTE SPRING (A DECK) LID (L) ASSY, CASSETTE PANEL, LOADING (RX66) Remark
4-996-703-11 PANEL, LOADING (GRX5) 1-769-984-11 WIRE (FLAT TYPE) (13 CORE) (23 CM)
1-773-025-11 WIRE (FLAT TYPE) (15 CORE) (33 CM)

(2) FRONT PANEL SECTION

not supplied

supplied with J751

supplied with J421

(including rA, rB)

#7 not supplied

Ref. No. 56

Part No. X-4949-340-1 X-4949-621-1 4-930-336-61 4-962-708-11 4-995-081-01

Description

Remark
Ref. No. * 59 * 60 * 61 * 62 63
Part No. 4-996-716-01 4-951-620-01 4-986-893-51 1-668-206-11 A-4407-079-A
Description HOLDER (CDM) SCREW (2.6X8), +BVTP KNOB (MICROPHONE) CD-SW BOARD PANEL BOARD, COMPLETE
PANEL ASSY, FRONT (GRX5/RX66: CND) PANEL ASSY, FRONT (RX66: US) FOOT (FELT) EMBLEM (4-A), SONY LATCH, DC
4-996-722-01 KNOB (VOL) 4-996-721-01 KNOB (JOG-U4)
1-668-209-11 HP BOARD 3-973-975-11 DAMPER, OIL

(3) CHASSIS SECTION

Ref. No. * 101 * 101

Part No.

Ref. No. 109 * 110 * 110 * 110 * 110 * 110 * 110 * * ! 114 ! 114 ! 114 ! 114 ! 115 ! 115 ! 115 ! T11 ! T11 ! T11
HK, AUS CDM38L-5BD29AL CDM38LH-5BD29AL

* 101 * 101

* 101 * 102
A-4407-080-A POWER AMP BOARD, COMPLETE (RX66: US) A-4407-085-A POWER AMP BOARD, COMPLETE (RX66: CND) A-4407-108-A POWER AMP BOARD, COMPLETE (GRX5: E2, E3, EA3, MY, SP, HK, TW,SAF, MX, AUS) A-4407-127-A POWER AMP BOARD, COMPLETE (GRX5: EA4, TH) A-4407-142-A POWER AMP BOARD, COMPLETE (GRX5: IA) 3-703-244-00 BUSHING (2104), CORD (GRX5: EA3, EA4, MY, SP, HK, TW, SAF, AUS/RX66) 3-703-571-11 BUSHING (S) (4516), CORD (GRX5: E2, E3, TH, MX) 4-966-266-01 BUSHING (S) (FBS002), CORD (GRX5: IA) 1-668-208-11 TRANSFORMER BOARD 4-996-736-01 DUCT (A) 4-996-701-01 1-783-570-11 4-996-725-01 4-996-725-11 4-996-725-21 4-996-842-01 4-996-842-11 4-996-842-21 4-996-842-31 4-996-842-41 DUCT (B) WIRE (FLAT TYPE) (19 CORE) PANEL, BACK (RX66: US) PANEL, BACK (RX66: CND) PANEL, BACK (GRX5: EA4, TH) PANEL, BACK (GRX5: E2, E3) PANEL, BACK (GRX5: MY, SP, SAF) PANEL, BACK (GRX5: EA3, TW) PANEL, BACK (GRX5: HK) PANEL, BACK (GRX5: AUS)
1-233-544-11 ENCAPSULATED COMPONENT (RX66) 1-233-545-11 ENCAPSULATED COMPONENT (GRX5: E2, EA4, TH, MX, AUS) 1-233-546-11 ENCAPSULATED COMPONENT (GRX5: E3, EA3, MY, SP, IA, HK, TW, SAF) A-4407-068-A MAIN BOARD, COMPLETE (RX66: US) A-4407-083-A MAIN BOARD, COMPLETE (RX66: CND) A-4407-101-A MAIN BOARD, COMPLETE (GRX5: E2, MX) A-4407-105-A MAIN BOARD, COMPLETE (GRX5: E3, EA3, MY, SP, HK, TW, SAF) A-4407-115-A MAIN BOARD, COMPLETE (GRX5: AUS) A-4407-121-A MAIN BOARD, COMPLETE (GRX5: EA4, TH) A-4407-136-A MAIN BOARD, COMPLETE (GRX5: IA) 4-965-822-01 4-988-533-01 4-956-370-12 1-575-651-11 FOOT HOLDER, PWB BAND, PLUG FIXED (GRX5: HK, AUS) CORD, POWER (GRX5: EA3, EA4, MY, SP, HK, TW, SAF) 1-575-653-11 CORD, POWER (GRX5: E2, E3, IA, TH, MX) 1-690-608-11 1-690-609-21 1-569-007-11 1-569-008-11 CORD, POWER (GRX5: AUS) CORD, POWER (RX66) ADAPTOR, CONVERSION 2P (GRX5: E3, IA) ADAPTOR, CONVERSION 2P (GRX5: EA3, MY, SP, TW, SAF) 1-770-019-11 ADAPTOR, CONVERSION PLUG 3P (GRX5: HK) 1-431-655-11 TRANSFORMER, POWER (RX66: US) 1-431-656-11 TRANSFORMER, POWER (RX66: CND) 1-431-658-11 TRANSFORMER, POWER (GRX5)

1-568-856-11 SOCKET, CONNECTOR 13P < DIODE >
D602 D610 D612 D613 D614 D615 D616 D617 D618 D621 D622 D623 D624 D625 D651 D652
8-719-986-73 8-719-063-93 8-719-057-97 8-719-063-93 8-719-064-65 8-719-064-65 8-719-063-93 8-719-057-97 8-719-057-97 8-719-056-13 8-719-058-03 8-719-058-03 8-719-058-03 8-719-058-03 8-719-063-93
DIODE LED LED LED LED LED LED LED LED LED LED LED LED LED LED
RB441Q SLR325VC-N-T32 (ENTER/NEXT) SEL5923A-TP15 (GROOVE) SLR325VC-N-T32 (JOG) SELU5723C-TP15 (CYBER REMIX) SELU5723C-TP15 (CYBER REMIX) SLR325VC-N-T32 (NON-STOP) SEL5923A-TP15 (+, )) SEL5923A-TP15 (, 0) SML79423C-TP15 (CD, ( P) SEL5423E-TP15 (TAPE B, () SEL5423E-TP15 (TAPE B, 9) SEL5423E-TP15 (TAPE A, () SEL5423E-TP15 (TAPE A, 9) SLR325VC-N-T32 (r REC) SEL5923A-TP15 (P PAUSE)
20% 20% 20% 10% 20% 20% 10% 10% 10% 10% 10% 10% 10% 10% 10% 10% 10% 10% 10% 10% 10% 20% 20% 20% 20% 20% 20% 20% 30% 20% 20% 20% 20%

8-719-057-97 LED

< LEAD > EL2 1-690-880-51 LEAD (WITH CONNECTOR) < FERRITE BEAD > FB601 1-410-397-21 FERRITE BEAD INDUCTOR 1.1uH < FLUORESCENT INDICATOR TUBE > FL601 1-517-731-11 INDICATOR TUBE, FLUORESCENT < IC > IC601 IC602 IC603 IC750 8-759-496-12 8-749-011-05 8-759-495-25 8-759-634-51 IC IC IC IC TMP87CM74AF-6671 GP1U28X BA3833FP M5218AP
< JACK > J751 1-784-224-11 JACK (LARGE TYPE) (MIX MIC) < COIL > L601 1-410-509-11 INDUCTOR 10uH
< TRANSISTOR > 10% 20% 20% Q601 Q602 Q603 8-729-118-00 TRANSISTOR 2SB1116-L 8-729-118-00 TRANSISTOR 2SB1116-L 8-729-620-05 TRANSISTOR 2SC2603-EF
Ref. No. Q604 Q608 Q609 Q610 Q618 Q620 Q621 Part No. Description Remark Ref. No. R665 R666 R667 R668 R669 R670 R671 R672 R674 R675 R676 R677 R678 R679 R683 R684 R685 R725 R726 R727 R728 R729 R730 R731 R732 R733 R742 R743 R750 R751 R752 R753 R754 R755 R756 R757 Part No. Description 10K 75 100K 100K 75 6.8K 1.2K 1.5K 10K 1K 100K 1K 22K 10K 180K 100 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% Remark 1/4W 1/4W 1/4W 1/4W 1/4W 1/4W 1/4W 1/4W 1/4W 1/4W 1/4W 1/4W 1/4W 1/4W 1/4W 1/4W 1/4W 1/4W 1/4W 1/4W 1/4W 1/4W 1/4W 1/4W 1/4W 1/4W 1/4W 1/4W 1/4W 1/4W 1/4W 1/4W 1/4W 1/4W 1/4W 1/4W 8-729-029-68 TRANSISTOR DTC114TSA 8-729-029-68 TRANSISTOR DTC114TSA 8-729-029-68 8-729-029-68 8-729-029-68 8-729-029-68 8-729-029-68 TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR < RESISTOR > R601 R602 R604 R605 R606 R607 R608 R609 R610 R611 R612 R615 R616 R618 R619 R620 R621 R622 R623 R624 R625 R626 R627 R628 R629 R630 R631 R632 R633 R634 R636 R637 R638 R639 R640 R641 R642 R643 R649 R650 R651 R652 R653 R654 R655 R661 R662 R663 R664 1-247-903-00 1-247-807-31 1-249-429-11 1-249-429-11 1-249-429-11 1-249-429-11 1-247-843-11 1-247-843-11 1-247-807-31 1-247-807-31 1-249-401-11 1-249-437-11 1-249-441-11 1-249-437-11 1-249-435-11 1-247-895-00 1-249-427-11 1-249-409-11 1-249-410-11 1-249-412-11 1-249-413-11 1-249-415-11 1-249-416-11 1-249-418-11 1-249-419-11 1-249-421-11 1-247-843-11 1-249-425-11 1-249-427-11 1-249-429-11 1-249-427-11 1-249-409-11 1-249-410-11 1-249-412-11 1-249-413-11 1-249-415-11 1-249-416-11 1-249-418-11 1-249-427-11 1-249-409-11 1-249-410-11 1-249-412-11 1-249-413-11 1-249-415-11 1-249-416-11 1-249-429-11 1-249-421-11 1-249-421-11 1-249-409-11 CARBON CARBON CARBON CARBON CARBON CARBON CARBON CARBON CARBON CARBON CARBON CARBON CARBON CARBON CARBON CARBON CARBON CARBON CARBON CARBON CARBON CARBON CARBON CARBON CARBON CARBON CARBON CARBON CARBON CARBON CARBON CARBON CARBON CARBON CARBON CARBON CARBON CARBON CARBON CARBON CARBON CARBON CARBON CARBON CARBON CARBON CARBON CARBON CARBON 1M 100 10K 10K 10K 10K 3.3K 3.3K 47 47K 100K 47K 33K 470K 6.8K 1.2K 1.5K 2.2K 3.3K 4.7K 6.8K 10K 6.8K 1.2K 6.8K 10K 2.2K 2.2K 220 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 1/4W 1/4W 1/4W 1/4W 1/4W 1/4W 1/4W 1/4W 1/4W 1/4W 1/4W 1/4W 1/4W 1/4W 1/4W 1/4W 1/4W 1/4W 1/4W 1/4W 1/4W 1/4W 1/4W 1/4W 1/4W 1/4W 1/4W 1/4W 1/4W 1/4W 1/4W 1/4W 1/4W 1/4W 1/4W 1/4W 1/4W 1/4W 1/4W 1/4W 1/4W 1/4W 1/4W 1/4W 1/4W 1/4W 1/4W 1/4W 1/4W DTC114TSA DTC114TSA DTC114TSA DTC114TSA DTC114TSA 1-249-429-11 CARBON 1-249-407-11 1-247-807-31 1-249-407-11 1-247-804-11 1-249-407-11 1-249-407-11 1-249-407-11 1-247-804-11 1-247-804-11 1-247-804-11 1-247-804-11 1-247-804-11 1-247-804-11 1-249-441-11 1-249-441-11 1-247-804-11 1-249-427-11 1-249-409-11 1-249-410-11 1-249-412-11 1-249-413-11 1-249-415-11 1-249-416-11 1-249-418-11 1-249-419-11 1-249-407-11 1-247-807-31 1-249-429-11 1-249-417-11 1-249-441-11 1-249-417-11 1-249-433-11 1-249-429-11 1-247-885-00 1-247-807-31 CARBON CARBON CARBON CARBON CARBON CARBON CARBON CARBON CARBON CARBON CARBON CARBON CARBON CARBON CARBON CARBON CARBON CARBON CARBON CARBON CARBON CARBON CARBON CARBON CARBON CARBON CARBON CARBON CARBON CARBON CARBON CARBON CARBON CARBON CARBON

R701 1-249-416-11 CARBON 820 5% 1/4W R702 1-249-407-11 CARBON 150 5% 1/4W ************************************************************ * 1-668-208-11 TRANSFORMER BOARD ******************* 1-533-217-31 HOLDER, FUSE < CONNECTOR >
R816 R816 ! R820 R841 R841
1-260-099-11 CARBON 1-260-103-11 CARBON 1-202-972-61 FUSIBLE 1-247-843-11 CARBON 1-249-421-11 CARBON

1K 2.2K 1 3.3K 2.2K

CN11 * CN12 CN13
1-564-523-11 PLUG, CONNECTOR 8P 1-564-518-11 PLUG, CONNECTOR 3P 1-564-321-00 PIN, CONNECTOR 2P < FUSE >

!F11 ! F12

R841 R842 R842 R843 R843
1-249-425-11 CARBON 1-249-425-11 CARBON 1-249-427-11 CARBON 1-247-882-11 CARBON 1-247-885-00 CARBON

4.7K 4.7K 6.8K 130K 180K

! F12 ! F12
1-532-502-31 FUSE (T1.25AL/250V) (EXCEPT GRX5: MX/RX66) 1-532-464-31 FUSE (T2.5AL/250V) (GRX5: E2, E3, EA3, MY, SP, IA, HK, TW, SAF, MX) 1-533-420-11 FUSE, GLASS CYLINDRICAL (DIA. 5) (5A/125V) (RX66: US) 1-533-690-11 FUSE, GLASS CYLINDRICAL (DIA. 5) (3.15A/125V) (RX66: US) < RESISTOR >

! R11 ! R11

1-219-120-11 FUSIBLE 1-219-121-11 FUSIBLE 1-219-120-11 FUSIBLE 1-219-121-11 FUSIBLE 1-219-120-11 FUSIBLE

0.15 0.22 0.15 0.22 0.15

5% 5% 5% 5% 5%
R843 R844 R844 R844 R851 R852 R853 R853 R854 R855 R856 ! R857 ! R858 R859 R861
1-247-886-11 CARBON 1-247-843-11 CARBON 1-249-417-11 CARBON 1-249-429-11 CARBON 1-249-417-11 CARBON 1-249-437-11 CARBON 1-249-414-11 CARBON 1-249-415-11 CARBON 1-249-437-11 CARBON 1-260-105-11 CARBON 1-260-105-11 1-212-881-11 1-220-755-11 1-260-076-11 1-249-417-11 CARBON FUSIBLE METAL CARBON CARBON
200K 3.3K 1K 10K 1K 47K 47K 3.3K 3.3K 100 0.1K

! R12 ! R12 ! R13

1/4W F (GRX5) 1/4W F (RX66) 1/4W F (GRX5) 1/4W F (RX66) 1/4W F (GRX5) 1/4W F (RX66) 1/4W F (GRX5) 1/4W F (RX66) 1/2W (RX66)

! R13 ! R14 ! R14 R15

1-219-121-11 FUSIBLE 1-219-120-11 FUSIBLE 1-219-121-11 FUSIBLE 1-202-725-00 SOLID

0.22 0.15 0.22 3.3M

5% 5% 5% 10%
1/4W 1/4W (RX66: US) 5% 1/4W (GRX5/RX66: CND) 5% 1/4W 5% 1/2W 5% 5% 10% 5% 5% 1/2W 1/4W F 2W F 1/2W 1/4W
< SWITCH > ! S11 1-572-675-11 SWITCH, POWER VOLTAGE CHANGE (POWER SELECT) (GRX5: E2, E3, EA3, MY, SP, IA, HK, TW, SAF) < TRANSFORMER > R862 1-249-431-11 CARBON 15K 5% 1/4W R863 1-249-441-11 CARBON 100K 5% 1/4W ************************************************************ * 1-658-576-11 SENSOR BOARD ************* < IC > IC702 IC703 8-749-924-18 IC PHOTO INTERRUPTER RPI-1391 8-749-924-30 IC PHOTO REFLECTOR GP2S! T11 1-431-655-11 TRANSFORMER, POWER (RX66: US) ! T11 1-431-656-11 TRANSFORMER, POWER (RX66: CND) ! T11 1-431-658-11 TRANSFORMER, POWER (GRX5) ************************************************************ MISCELLANEOUS *************** 1-769-984-11 WIRE (FLAT TYPE) (13 CORE) (23 CM) 1-773-048-11 WIRE (FLAT TYPE) (17 CORE) 1-773-025-11 WIRE (FLAT TYPE) (15 CORE) (33 CM) The components identified by mark ! or dotted line with mark ! are critical for safety. Replace only with part number specified. Les composants identifis par une marque ! sont critiques pour la scurit. Ne les remplacer que par une pice portant le nemro spcifi.

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Design and specifications are subject to change without notice.
Tuner section FM stereo, FM/AM superheterodyne tuner FM tuner section Tuning range 2 band models: 3 band (FM-MW-SW) models: 3 band (FM-MW-LW) models: Antenna Antenna terminals Intermediate frequency
87.5 108.0 MHz 87.5 108.0 MHz 87.5 108.0 MHz FM lead antenna 75 unbalanced 10.7 MHz
CAUTION Use of controls or adjustments or performance of procedures other than those specified herein may result in hazardous radiation exposure. This appliance is classified as a CLASS 1 LASER product. The CLASS 1 LASER PRODUCT MARKING is located on the rear exterior.

SAFETY CHECK-OUT

After correcting the original service problem, perform the following safety checks before releasing the set to the customer: Check the antenna terminals, metal trim, metallized knobs, screws, and all other exposed metal parts for AC leakage. Check leakage as described below.

LEAKAGE TEST

The AC leakage from any exposed metal part to earth ground and from all exposed metal parts to any exposed metal part having a return to chassis, must not exceed 0.5 mA (500 microamperes). Leakage current can be measured by any one of three methods. 1.
Laser component in this product is capable of emitting radiation exceeding the limit for Class 1. The following caution label is located inside the unit. 2.
A commercial leakage tester, such as the Simpson 229 or RCA WT-540A. Follow the manufacturers instructions to use these instruments. A battery-operated AC milliammeter. The Data Precision 245 digital multimeter is suitable for this job. Measuring the voltage drop across a resistor by means of a VOM or battery-operated AC voltmeter. The limit indication is 0.75 V, so analog meters must have an accurate low-voltage scale. The Simpson 250 and Sanwa SH-63Trd are examples of a passive VOM that is suitable. Nearly all battery operated digital multimeters that have a 2V AC range are suitable. (See Fig. A)
To Exposed Metal Parts on Set

0.15 F

AC Voltmeter (0.75 V)
Earth Ground Fig. A. Using an AC voltmeter to check AC leakage.
SAFETY-RELATED COMPONENT WARNING!! COMPONENTS IDENTIFIED BY MARK ! OR DOTTED LINE WITH MARK ! ON THE SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS AND IN THE PARTS LIST ARE CRITICAL TO SAFE OPERATION. REPLACE THESE COMPONENTS WITH SONY PARTS WHOSE PART NUMBERS APPEAR AS SHOWN IN THIS MANUAL OR IN SUPPLEMENTS PUBLISHED BY SONY.

ATTENTION AU COMPOSANT AYANT RAPPORT LA SCURIT! LES COMPOSANTS IDENTIFS PAR UNE MARQUE ! SUR LES DIAGRAMMES SCHMATIQUES ET LA LISTE DES PICES SONT CRITIQUES POUR LA SCURIT DE FONCTIONNEMENT. NE REMPLACER CES COMPOSANTS QUE PAR DES PISES SONY DONT LES NUMROS SONT DONNS DANS CE MANUEL OU DANS LES SUPPMENTS PUBLIS PAR SONY.

SERVICING NOTES

NOTES ON HANDLING THE OPTICAL PICK-UP BLOCK OR BASE UNIT The laser diode in the optical pick-up block may suffer electrostatic break-down because of the potential difference generated by the charged electrostatic load, etc. on clothing and the human body. During repair, pay attention to electrostatic break-down and also use the procedure in the printed matter which is included in the repair parts. The flexible board is easily damaged and should be handled with care. NOTES ON LASER DIODE EMISSION CHECK The laser beam on this model is concentrated so as to be focused on the disc reflective surface by the objective lens in the optical pickup block. Therefore, when checking the laser diode emission, observe from more than 30 cm away from the objective lens. LASER DIODE AND FOCUS SEARCH OPERATION CHECK Carry out the S curve check in CD section adjustment and check that the S curve waveform is output repeatedly. Notes on chip component replacement Never reuse a disconnected chip component. Notice that the minus side of a tantalum capacitor may be damaged by heat. Flexible Circuit Board Repairing Keep the temperature of the soldering iron around 270 C during repairing. Do not touch the soldering iron on the same conductor of the circuit board (within 3 times). Be careful not to apply force on the conductor when soldering or unsoldering.
TABLE OF CONTENTS 1. GENERAL
FRONT PANEL 5 REAR PANEL 6
2. DISASSEMBLY 8 3. TEST MODE 16 4. MECHANICAL ADJUSTMENTS 18 5. ELECTRICAL ADJUSTMENTS
Deck Section 21 CD Section 25

6. DIAGRAMS

6-1. 6-2. 6-3. 6-4. 6-5. 6-6. 6-7. 6-8. 6-9. 6-10. 6-11. 6-12. 6-13. 6-14. 6-15. 6-16. 6-17. 6-18. 6-19. 6-20. 6-21. 6-22. 6-23. 6-24. 6-25. 6-26. 6-27. Block Diagram CD Section 27 Block Diagram Main Section 29 Block Diagram Audio Section 31 Circuit Boards Location 33 Printed Wiring Board BD Section 35 Schematic Diagram BD Section 37 Printed Wiring Board CD Motor Section 39 Schematic Diagram CD Motor Section 41 Printed Wiring Board Audio Section 43 Schematic Diagram Audio Section 45 Printed Wiring Board Leaf SW Section 47 Schematic Diagram Leaf SW Section 49 Printed Wiring Board Main Section 51 Schematic Diagram Main (1/5) Section 53 Schematic Diagram Main (2/5) Section 55 Schematic Diagram Main (3/5) Section 57 Schematic Diagram Main (4/5) Section 59 Schematic Diagram Main (5/5) Section 61 Printed Wiring Board Panel Section 63 Schematic Diagram Panel Section 65 Printed Wiring Board Surround Amp Section 67 Schematic Diagram Surround Amp Section 69 Printed Wiring Board Power Section 71 Schematic Diagram Power Section 73 Waveforms 75 IC Pin Function Description 76 IC Block Diagrams 84

7. EXPLODED VIEWS 86 8. ELECTRICAL PARTS LIST 94

SECTION 1 GENERAL

FRONT PANEL
### 1 @## @@ # @@@ @@ !@@ $ $ # #

# # 678 ! !! ! ! ! 9!

! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! @ @
1/u button FUNCTION button TAPE B (play) button TAPE B (play) button CD (play, pause) button DSP button DBFB button GROOVE button CONTINUE, DIRECTION button SHUFFLE, STEREO/MONO button PROGRAM, DOLBY-NR button REPEAT, TUNER MEMORY button VOLUME Knob CD PLUS ONE button CYBER REMIX (LOOP, FLASH) button GROUP ENTRY button Numeric buttons PHONES jack CHECK button CLEAR button DELETE button
@ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ # # # # # # # # # # $ $
REC button PAUSE button MEMO INPUT button MEMO SCAN button MEMO SEARCH button HI-SPEED DUBBING button CD SYNCHRO button DISPLAY/DEMO button CLOCK TIMER SET button TIMER SELECT button TUNER/BAND button TAPE A (play) button TAPE A (play) button PROLOGIC button JOG dial STOP button TUNING +, FORWARD button ENTER button FILE SELECT button TUNING-, BACKWARD button

REAR PANEL

VIDEO/MD (AUDIO) jack ANTENNA terminal AC power cord CENTER SPEAKER terminal REAR SPEAKER terminal SPEAKER terminal CD DIGITAL OUT connector SUPER WOOFER jack
This section is extracted from instruction manual.

SECTION 2 DISASSEMBLY

This set can be disassembled in the order shown below.

CASE (Page 8)

FRONT PANEL SECTION (Page 9)

BACK PANEL (Page 10)

MAIN BOARD (Page 10)
POWER TRANSFORMER (T901) (Page 11)
SUB CHASSIS (Page 11) TAPE MECHANISM DECK SECTION (Page 14) DOOR ASSY (Page 9)
CD MECHANISM DECK SECTION (Page 12)

BASE UNIT (Page 12)

AUDIO BOARD (Page 14)
BD BOARD, SLED MOTOR (M102) (Page 13) CAPSTAN MOTOR (M1) (Page 15)
OPTICAL PICK-UP (KSS-213D/Q-NP) (Page 13)
Note: Follow the disassembly procedure in the numerical order given.
2 Three screws (BVTP 3 8) 3 Case
1 Three screws (CASE3 TP2)

FRONT PANEL SECTION

5 Screws (BVTT 3 8) 2 Wire (flat type) (17 core) 1 Wire (flat type) (15 core)

8 Two claws

4 Connector 3 Wire (flat type) (15 core) 8 Two claws 7 Three screws (BVTP 3 8)

DOOR ASSY

1 Two screws (PTPWH 2.6 8)
3 Remove the door ass'y to direction of the arrow A.

2 Open the door ass'y

BACK PANEL
5 Thirteen screws (BVTP 3 8)
1 Wire (flat type) (13 core)

2 Connector

3 Five screws (BVTP 3 8)

4 Cover

6 Remove the back panel to direction of the arrow.

MAIN BOARD

5 Two connectors
7 Remove the MAIN board to direction of the arrow. 4 Five connectors

3 Five connectors

2 Wire (flat type) (9 core) 1 Wire (flat type) (16 core) 6 Two screws (BVTP 3 8)

POWER TRANSFORMER (T901)

3 Four screws (BVTT 3 8)

1 Connector

4 Power transforme

2 Power cord

SUB CHASSIS

1 Two screws (BVTT 3 8)

3 Sub chassis
2 Three screws (BVTP 3 8)

2 Two screws (BVTP 3 8)

CD MECHANISM DECK SECTION
5 Two screws (BVTT 3 6) 8 Three screws (BVTT 3 10)
7 Reinforcement 9 Base (LOADING) 6 Wire holder ! Screw (BVTT 3 10) ! Base (CDM)
1 Screw (PTPWH 2.6 8) 0 Screw (BVTP 3 14)

3 Bwo screws (BVTP 3 8)

4 Cover (CD) 2 Table (SO)

BASE UNIT

1 Two screws (BTVP 3 8) 2 Bracket 3 Two tention springs

5 Base unit

4 Four screws (PTPWH 2.6 8)
BD BOARD, SLED MOTOR (M102)

6 Gear (A) (S)

8 Gear cover
5 Claw 7 Three claws ! Two screws (+P 2 2) 9 Gear (B) (RP)

! Sled motor (M102)

1 Wire (flat type) (16 core)

4 BD board

3 Removal four solders.

2 Screw (+PTPWH 2 5)

OPTICAL PICK-UP (KSS-213D/Q-NP)
3 Remove the optical pick-up to direction of the arrow A.

2 Sled shaft

1 Claw
2-12. TAPE MECHANISM DECK SECTION
2 Remove the cassette lid (L) ass'y to direction of the arrow B.
4 Remove the tape mechanism deck section.
3 Three screws (BVTP 3 6)
3 Three screws (BVTP 2.6 8)
1 Remove the cassette lid (R) ass'y to direction of the arrow A.

AUDIO BOARD

4 AUDIO board

3 Two screws (BTP 2.6 4)

1 Four rivets
2 Break the soldering of two flexible flat cables.

CAPSTAN MOTOR (M1)

4 Removal the capstan motor to direction of the arrow. 3 Hang the belt.

2 Hang the belt.

1 Two screws (BTP 2.6 8)

SECTION 3 TEST MODE

[MC Cold Reset] * The cold reset clears all data including preset data stored in the RAM to initial conditions. Execute this mode when returning the set to the customer. Procedure: 1. Press the three buttons STOP , ENTER and FUNCTION at the same time. 2. The fluorescent indicator tube turns off for a moment and the RAM is reset to the initial conditions. [MC Hot Reset] * This mode resets the set with the preset data kept stored in the memory. This hot reset mode is performed also when the power cord is plugged in and out. Procedure: 1. Press the three buttons STOP , ENTER and GROUP 1 at the same time. 2. The fluorescent indicator tube turns off for a moment and the RAM is reset to the initial conditions. Procedure: 1. Press the three buttons STOP , ENTER and GROUP 2 at the same time. The HCD-F250 enters the GC test mode, and all of the fluorescent tubes and LEDs turn on. 2. From this state, any one of the three modes GROUP 1, GROUP 2 and GROUP 3 can be selected. Go to step 3 to enter the GROUP 1 test mode. Go to step 5 to enter the GROUP 2 test mode. Go to step 11 to enter the GROUP 3 test mode. 3. [GROUP 1 test mode ] From the state of step 2, press the GROUP 1 button. Every pressing of the GROUP 1 button advances the following check modes and displays in the given order. Model name display, destination display, MC version display, GC version display, DC version display, VC version display and CC version display. 4. To exit the GC test mode and to return to the STANDBY mode, press the STOP , ENTER and GROUP 2 buttons again. 5. [GROUP 2 test mode ] You can enter this mode directly from step 2. When you performed steps 3, perform steps 4, then 1 and 2 before starting the step 5. [GROUP 2 test mode ] From the GC test mode, press the GROUP 2 button to enter the key check mode. The display: K 1, J 0, V 0 appears. 6. The value after K indicates the number of times that the key is pressed. 1 is displayed because the GROUP 2 button has already been pressed. 7. When other keys are pressed one after another, the key count increases up to 42. The keys which have already been pressed, are not counted. 8. The value after J indicates the number of clicks that the JOG dial is rotated. The clockwise rotation increases the count value. The counter-clockwise rotation decreases the count value. 9. The value after V also indicates amount of rotation of volume control. The clockwise rotation increases the count value. The counter-clockwise rotation decreases the count value. 10. To exit the GC test mode and to return to the STANDBY mode, press the STOP , ENTER and GROUP 2 buttons again. 11. [GROUP 2 test mode ] You can enter this mode directly from step 2. When you performed steps 3, perform steps 4, then 1 and 2 before starting the step 5. [GROUP 3 test mode ] From the GC test mode, press the GROUP 3 button to enter the VACS attenuation check mode. The display: VOL NORMAL appears. 12. To exit the GC test mode and to return to the STANDBY mode, press the STOP , ENTER and GROUP 2 buttons again. [MC Test Mode] * This mode checks operation of amplifier and cassette deck. How to enter the MC test mode: Press the three buttons of STOP , ENTER and GROUP 3. EQ CHECK display on the FL tube and the VOLUME display flash. In addition the LEDs of the JOG dial, FF and REW flash indicating the MC test mode. Check procedure: You can perform any of the following five steps. However, it is recommended to perform them in the following order because the skipped cannot be performed if the checks are not performed in the given order. 1. EQ Check Mode The GEQ becomes maximum when the JOG dial is turned clockwise. The GEQ becomes minimum when the JOG dial is turned counter-clockwise. The GEQ comes to center when the FILE SELECT button is pressed.

Magnet ASSY Screw (For adjustment) Magnet ASSY

Magnet holder

DISC HOLDER A ALIGMENT
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Check that there is no disc in the unit and then turn ON the power. Open the door, and set a disc in the PLUS ONE slit. Close the door, and while pressing the p button, ENTER button and GROUP 5 button simultaneously. Press the CHECK button, and set the loading mode. Press the + button and chuck the disc. Press + or button to stop the disc holder A slightly away from the disc. Rotate and adjust the adjusting screw so that the center of the disc and that of the disc holder coincide.

Disc holder A

Screw (For adjustment)

Disc Disc

a b a=b
SECTION 5 ELECTRICAL ADJUSTMENTS

DECK SECTION

0 dB=0.775 V 2. Turn the adjustment screw and check output peaks. If the peaks do not match for L-CH and R-CH, turn the adjustment screw so that outputs match within 1dB of peak.
1. Demagnetize the record/playback head with a head demagnetizer. 2. Do not use a magnetized screwdriver for the adjustments. 3. After the adjustments, apply suitable locking compound to the parts adjust. 4. The adjustments should be performed with the rated power supply voltage unless otherwise noted. 5. The adjustments should be performed in the order given in this service manual. (As a general rule, playback circuit adjustment should be completed before performing recording circuit adjustment.) 6. The adjustments should be performed for both L-CH and RCH. 7. Switches and controls should be set as follows unless otherwise specified. Test Tape
Tape P-4-A100 WS-48B P-4-L300 Signal 10 kHz, 10 dB 3 kHz, 0 dB 315 Hz, 0 dB Used for Azimuth Adjustment Tape Speed Adjustment Level Adjustment

L-CH peak Output level

within 1dB within 1dB

Screw position

R-CH peak L-CH peak R-CH peak

3. Mode: Playback

test tape P-4-A100 (10 kHz, 10 dB) L-CH MAIN board CN301 set R-CH pin 1 waveform of oscilloscope

pin 3 pin 2 L R

Record/Playback Head Azimuth Adjustment

DECK A

DECK B
Note: Perform this adjustments for both decks
Procedure: 1. Mode: Playback
test tape P-4-A100 (10 kHz, 10 dB) main board CN301 Pin 3 (L-CH) Pin 1 (R-CH) level meter set main board CN301 Pin 2 (GND) +

in phase 45 good

180 wrong
4. After the adjustments, apply suitable locking compound to the pats adjusted. Adjustment Location: Playback Head (Deck A). Record/Playback/Erase Head (Deck B).

Tape Speed Adjustment

Note: Start the Tape Speed adjustment as below after setting to the test mode. In the test mode, the tape speed is high during pressing the HI-SPEED DUBBING button.
Procedure: 1. Turn the power switch on. 2. Press the p button, ENTER button and GROUP 3 button simultaneously. (The VOLUME on the fluorescent indicator tube will blink while in the test mode.) To exit from the test mode, press the I/u button. Mode: Playback

test tape WS-48B (3 kHz, 0 dB) set frequency counter + main board CN301 (Pin 3 : L-CH) (Pin 1 : R-CH)
REC Bias Adjustment DECK B Procedure: INTRODUCTION When set to the test mode performed in Tape Speed Adjustment, when the tape is rewound after recording, the REC memory mode which rewinds only the recorded portion and playback is set. This REC memory mode is convenient for performing this adjustment. During recording, the input signal FUNCTION will automatically switch to VIDEO. (If do not operation of stopped from recording complete, after selecting DECK B with the FUNCTION button, and press button then rewind to recording start position.) 1. Press [FUNCTION] button to select VIDEO. (This step is not necessary if the above test mode has already been set.) 2. Insert a tape into deck B. 3. After press [r REC] button, press P button, then recording start. 4. Mode: Record
MD/VIDEO (AUDIO) IN 1) 315 Hz 50 mV (23.8 dB) 2) 10 kHz attenuator
1. Insert the WS-48B into the deck B. 2. Press the button on the deck B. 3. Press the HI-SPEED DUBBING button in playback mode. Then at HIGH speed mode. 4. Adjust RV1001 on the LEAF SW board do that frequency counter reads 6,Hz. 5. Press the HI-SPEED DUBBING button. Then back to NORMAL speed mode. 6. Adjust RV1002 on the LEAF SW board so that frequency counter reads 3,Hz. Adjustment Location: LEAF SW board Sample Value of Wow and filter W,RMS (JIS) within 0.3% (test tape: WS-48B) Playback level Adjustment Procedure: Mode: Playback
test tape P-4-L300 (315 Hz, 0 dB) set

AF OSC

blank tape CN-123

5. Mode: Playback

recorded portion set

level meter

CN301 (Pin 3 : L-CH) (Pin 1 : R-CH)
6. Confirm playback the signal recorded in step 3 become adjustable level as follows. If these levels do not adjustable level, adjustment the RV341 (L-CH) and RV441 (R-CH) on the AUDIO board to repeat steps 4 and 5. Adjustable level: Playback output of 315 Hz to playback output of 10 kHz: 1.0 dB Adjustment Location: AUDIO board REC Level Adjustment DECK B Procedure: INTRODUCTION When set to the test mode performed in Tape Speed Adjustment, when the tape is rewound after recording, the REC memory mode which rewinds only the recorded portion and playback is set. This REC memory mode is convenient for performing this adjustment. During recording, the input signal FUNCTION will automatically switch to VIDEO. (If do not operation of stopped from recording complete, after selecting DECK B with the FUNCTION button, and press button then rewind to recording start position.) 1. Press [FUNCTION] button to select VIDEO. (This step is not necessary if the above test mode has already been set.) 2. Insert a tape into deck B. r 3. After press [REC] button, press P button, then recording start.

level meter +

main board CN301 (Pin 3 : L-CH) (Pin 1 : R-CH)
Deck A is RV311 (L-CH) and RV411 (R-CH), Deck B is RV301 (L-CH) and RV401 (R-CH) so that adjustment within adjustment level as follows. Adjustment Level: CN301 PB level: 301.5 to 338.3 mV (8.2 to 7.2 dB) level difference between the channels: within 0.5 dB Adjustment Location: AUDIO board

4. Mode: Record

MD/VIDEO (AUDIO) IN 315 Hz, 50 mV (23.8 dB) 600 blank tape CS-123 set

attenuator

recorded portion set level meter +
6. Confirm playback the signal recorded in step 3 become adjustable level as follows. If these levels do not adjustable level, adjustment the RV301 (L-CH) and RV351 (R-CH) on the MAIN board to repeat steps 4 and 5. Adjustable level: CN301 PB level: 47.2 to 53.0 mV (24.3 to 23.3 dB) Adjustment Location: MAIN board
[MAIN BOARD] (Component Side)
CN301 CN302 RV301 L IC301 RV351 R CN107 CN106

REC LEVEL

[AUDIO BOARD] (Component Side)
RV441 RV401 RV301 L R R L IC602 RV341 L R

RV311 RV411

PB LEVEL REC BIAS DECK B
[LEAF SW BOARD] (Component Side)

TAPE SPEED

(NORMAL) (HIGH) RV1002 RV1001 CN1001

PB LEVEL DECK A

CD SECTION

Note :

1. 2. 3. 4.
CD Block is basically designed to operate without adjustment. Therefore, check each item in order given. Use YEDS-18 disc (3-702-101-01) unless otherwise indicated. Use an oscilloscope with more than 10M impedance. Clean the object lens by an applicator with neutral detergent when the signal level is low than specified value with the following checks.
oscilloscope BD board TP (FE) TP (VC)
10. Confirm that oscilloscope waveform is clear and check RF signal level is correct or not. 11. Turn OFF the power, and remove the lead wire connected at step 7. Note : A clear RF signal waveform means that the shape can be clearly distinguished at the center of the waveform.
RF signal waveform VOLT/DIV : 200mV TIME/DIV : 500ns level : 1.8 0.2 Vp-p
S Curve Check Procedure : 1. Press the 1/u button to turn ON the power. 2. Open the front cover, and press the CD PLUS ONE button. 3. Set the disc (YEDS-18) into the PLUS ONE slit. 4. Close the front cover, and chuck the disc. 5. Press the 1/u button to turn OFF the power. 6. Connect the oscilloscope to TP (FE) of the BD board. 7. Connect TP (ADJ) of the MAIN board and connect TP (GND) with a lead wire. 8. Press the 1/u button to turn ON the power. 9. The first track will be played back automatically. When the CHECK button is pressed, S JI will be displayed on the fluorescent indicator tube, and focus search will be repeated. 10. Check the oscilloscope waveform (S-curve) is symmetrical between A and B. And confirm peak to peak level within 1.8 0.6 Vp-p.

S-curve waveform symmetry
E-F Balance (Traverse) Check The procedure for this checking method differs for when a general remote control unit is used and not used.
oscilloscope BD board TP (TE) TP (VC)

A within 1.8 0.6Vp-p B

When a general remote commander is used: 1. Press the 1/u button to turn ON the power. 2. Open the front cover, and press the CD PLUS ONE button. 3. Set the disc (YEDS-18) into the PLUS ONE slit. 4. Close the front cover, and chuck the disc. 5. Press the 1/u button to turn OFF the power. 6. Connect the oscilloscope to TP (TE) of the BD board. 7. Connect TP (ADJ) of the MAIN board and connect TP (GND) with a lead wire. 8. Press the 1/u button to turn ON the power. 9. Playback the fifth track of the disc. 10. Press the 3 button on the remote commander. (The tracking servo and the sledding servo are turned OFF.) 11. Check the level B of the oscilliscope's waveform and the A (DC voltage) of the center of the Traverse waveform. Confirm the following : A/B x 100 = less than 10%
Traverse waveform Center of the waveform
11. Turn OFF the power, and remove the lead wire connected at step 7. Note : Try to measure several times to make sure than the ratio of A : B or B : A is more than 10 : 7. Take sweep time as long as possible and light up the brightness to obtain best waveform.

B A (DC voltage)

RF Level Check
oscilloscope BD board TP (RF) TP (VC) level : 0.7 0.3 Vp-p 12. Press the 8 button on the remote control unit. (The tracking servo and sledding servo are turned ON.) Confirm the C (DC voltage) is almost equal to the A (DC voltage) is step 11. Traverse waveform
Procedure : 1. Press the 1/u button to turn ON the power. 2. Open the front cover, and press the CD PLUS ONE button. 3. Set the disc (YEDS-18) into the PLUS ONE slit. 4. Close the front cover, and chuck the disc. 5. Press the 1/u button to turn OFF the power. 6. Connect the oscilloscope to TP (RF) of the BD board. 7. Connect TP (ADJ) of the MAIN board and connect TP (GND) with a lead wire. 8. Press the 1/u button to turn ON the power. 9. Playback the fifth track of the disc.

C (DC voltage)

Tracking servo Sled servo OFF
Tracking servo Sled servo ON
13. Turn OFF the power, and remove the lead wire connected at step 7.

oscilloscope BD board

Adjustment Location : [ BD BOARD ] CONDUCTOR SIDE

TP (TE) TP (VC)

When a general remote commander is not used: 1. Solder lead wires to TP (DVDD) and TP (TOFF) on the BD board severally. 2. Connect the oscilloscope to TP (TE) of the BD board. 3. Press the 1/u button to turn ON the power. 4. Open the front cover, and press the CD PLUS ONE button. 5. Set the disc (YEDS-18) into the PLUS ONE slit. 6. Close the front cover, and chuck the disc. 7. Playback the fifth track of the disc. 8. Short-circuit the lead wire connected at step 1. (The tracking servo is turned OFF) 9. Check the level B of the oscilliscope's waveform and the A (DC voltage) of the center of the Traverse waveform. Confirm the following : A/B x 100 = less than 10%

IC102 TP (PLCK) TP CN101 (DVDD) CN103

TP (RF)

TP (TOFF)

IC101 TP (VC) TP (TE)

TP (FE)
[ MAIN BOARD ] COMPONENT SIDE

level : 0.7 0.3 Vp-p

CN301 CN302 RV301 IC301 RV351
10. Disconnect the lead wire short-circuited at step 8. (The tracking servo is turned ON.) Confirm the C (DC voltage) is almost equal to the A (DC voltage) is step 8.

Traverse waveform

CN107 CN106

Tracking servo OFF

Tracking servo ON
11. Turn OFF the power, and remove the lead wire connected at step 1. RF PLL Free-run Frequency Check Procedure : 1. Connect the frequency counter to TP (PLCK) of the BD board.
frequency counter BD board TP (PLCK)

2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

Press the 1/u button to turn ON the power. Open the front cover, and press the CD PLUS ONE button. Set the disc (YEDS-18) into the PLUS ONE slit. Close the front cover, and chuck the disc. Playback the fifth track of the disc. Confirm that reading on frequency counter is 4.3218 MHz 30 kHz.

SECTION 6 DIAGRAMS

6-1. BLOCK DIAGRAM CD SECTION
OPTICAL PICK-UP BLOCK (KSS -213 B/S-N)
DETECTOR VCC 7 VC 8 A 4 B 2 C 1 D 5 E 6 F 10 Q103 LD LD DRIVER 62 LDD 3 E 4 F A+5V 58 VR 2 FIN FIN 2 RF SM EFMI D OUT 31
FOCUS/TRACKING/ SLED/SPINDLE SERVO RF AMP IC101
DIGITAL SIGNAL PROCESSOR IC102
IC402 VDD D IN GND CD DIGITAL OUT
SIGNAL PATH :CD :DIGITAL OUT
SLI 44 DEF 49 TES 36 HFL 37
9 EFMO 1 DEF 16 TES 15 HFL
XI 45 X101 16.9344M XO 44

JP+ 33 JP- 32

19 JP+ 20 JP-
DATA 52 CLK 50 CL 51 CE LDS TGL 34 FCS/TRK COIL SL/SP MOTOR DRIVER IC103 DRF 54
56 COIN 61 4.2M 57 CQCK 54 RWC 18 TGL R CH 40 R CH L CH 37

FILTER AMP IC441 CD L

CD CHANGER CONTROL IC401 IIC DATA 80 IIC CLK 78 CD TEXT DECODER IC104 RESET 30 IIC DATA IIC CLK RESET
TO/FROM MAIN BLOCK (Page 29)
F+ FOCUS COIL F T+ TRACKING COIL T
18 F+ F IN F 19 T+ T IN T SL+ TO TOFF 35 QTOFF 16 FD PW 49 SFSY 50 16M 60 CBCK 51 SBSY 47 WRQ 53 SQOUT 55 SL IN SL 6 SP+ 29 SLD SL- CONT3 SP IN SP MUTE 2 RESET SPD CV+ 40 CV- CLV+ 13 CLVQ101 RD 3 D151

BD BOARD IC102 LC78622E Pin No.
DEFI TAI PDO VVSS ISET VVDD FR VSS EFMO EFMIN TEST2 CLV+ CLV V/P HFL TES TOFF TGL JP+ JP PCK FSEQ VDD
I I O I I O I I O O O I I O O O O O O
Defect detection signal (DEF) input (Be sure to connect to 0 when not in use) PLL test input to incorporates a pull-down resistor (Be sure to connect to 0V) PLL phase comparison output for external VCO control PLL ground for the built-in VCO (Be sure to connect to 0 when not in use)
Connected to a current adjusting resistor for the PDO output Built-in VCO power supply Adjusts the VCO frequency range Digital Ground to be sure to connect to 0 Slice level control to EFM signal output Slice level control to EFM signal input Test input to incorporates a pull-down resistor (Be sure to connect to 0V)
Disc motor control output (3-value output available depending on the command) Rough servo/phase control automatic switching monitor output H:rough servo, L:phase servo Tracking detection signal input (Schmidt input) Tracking error signal input (Schmidt input) Tracking OFF output Tracking gain switching output (Raises gain when L) Track jump control output (3-value output available depending on the command) EFM data playback clock monitor Sync signal detection output generated internally coincide) Digital power supply General purpose output 1. Performs control using a serial data command from the (4.3218 MHz when phase is locked)
(H when a sync signal detected from the EFM signal and that

microprocessor

(When not in use, connect to 0V by setting to an input or set to an open state
by setting to an output) General purpose output 2. Performs control using a serial data command from the 25 CONT2 I/O microprocessor (When not in use, connect to 0V by setting to an input or set to an open state
by setting to an output) General purpose output 3. Performs control using a serial data command from the 26 CONT3 I/O microprocessor (When not in use, connect to 0V by setting to an input or set to an open state
by setting to an output) General purpose output 4. Performs control using a serial data command from the 27 CONT4 I/O microprocessor (When not in use, connect to 0V by setting to an input or set to an open state
by setting to an output) General purpose output 5. Performs control using a serial data command from the 28 CONT5 I/O microprocessor (When not in use, connect to 0V by setting to an input or set to an open state

by setting to an output)

Abbreviation PLL : Phase Locked Loop EFM : Eight to Fourteen Modulation
EMPH C2F DOUT TEST3 TEST4 NC MUTEL LVDD LCHO LVSS RVSS RCHO RVDD MUTER XVDD XOUT XIN XVSS SBSY EFLG PW SFSY

99 100

442-CLK 442-DATA CENTER-MUTE IIC-DATA IIC-CLK XRST XLT FOCUS-SW TBL-L TBL-R LOAD-OUT LOAD-IN ST-CLK ST-DIN ST-DOUT ST-CE TUNED STEREO VSS ST-MUTE SENS2 SENS DISC-SENS T-SENS CAPM-CNT2P ENC3 ENC2 ENC1 OUT-OPEN CAP-M-H/L B-TRG A-TRG CAPM-CNT1M CAPM-CNT2M TC-MUTE R/PB/PAS NR-ON/OFF REC-MUTE CLOCK-OUT BIAS EQ-H/N PB-A/B A-PLAY-SW B-PLAY-SW TC-RELAY A-HALF ALC STK-MUTE
O O O O O O O O O O O O O I O O I I O I I I I O I I I I O O O O O O I O O O O O O I I O I O O Data signal output for IC101(M62442FP) Center speaker mute signal output Not used Serial data output Serial data clock output CD reset signal output(Not used) CD latch signal output(Not used) Focus switching signal output(Not used)
Clock signal output for IC101(M62442FP)
Table motor control signal output(Not used) Table motor control signal output(Not used) Not used Loading motor control signal output(Not used) Loading motor control signal output(Not used) Tuner clock output Tuner data input Tuner data output Tuner chip enable output Tuned detection for tuner Stereo detection for tuner Ground Tuner mute signal output BD condition signal input(Not used) BD condition signal input(Not used) CD detection signal input(Not used) CD table detection signal input(Not used) Capstan motor control 2(+) signal output(Not used) Disctray address detect encoder input(Not used) Disctray address detect encoder input(Not used) Disctray address detect encoder input(Not used) Out switch signal input(Not used) Capstan motor High/Nomal speed select signal output(Not used) B-deck trigger motor control signal output A-deck trigger motor control signal output Capstan motor control 1(-) signal output Capstan motor control 2(-) signal output TC mute control signal output REC/PB/PASS selection output NR ON/OFF signal output REC mute signal output Clock check output Bias control signal output Equalizer High/Normal control output PB deck A/B select output Deck A play detect input Deck B play detect input Relay control output Deck A cassette detect input ALC control output Power amp mute signal output
MAIN BOARD IC601 TMP87CM74AF-6660
1 to 10 11,14 to 18 19,20 21,26 to to 41 to to 79,80
LED3 to LED8 VSS XOUT XIN RESET LED9,LED10 TEST LED11 to LED15 VOLA,VOLB JOGA,JOGB SCL(IIC) SDA(IIC) LED SELECT KEY0 to KEY3 MODEL LED16 L+R SIRCS SPEANA0 to SPEANA3 AVSS VAREF VDD GRID1 to GRID13 SEG1 to SEG24 VKK LED1,LED2
O O I I O O I I I I O I I O I I I O O O LED driver output Ground Xtal(5MHz) Xtal(5MHz) Reset signal input LED driver output Not used LED driver output Rotaly encoder pulse input for Volume Rotaly encoder pulse input for Jog Serial data clock input Serial data input LED select signal output Key input Model No. input LED driver output Spectrum analyzer(high frequency)input Remote commander signal input Spectrum analyzer signal input Ground Analog reference voltage input Power supply(+5V)

Ref. No. * * * * M61 M62

Part No. 4-988-426-01 1-663-972-11 1-663-974-01 4-990-669-01 X-4948-434-1
Description BASE (CDM) DISC SENSOR (R) BOARD CD MOTOR BOARD HOLDER (SENSOR) MOTOR ASSY (LOADING)
4-988-432-01 GEAR (B) (LOADING)
X-4948-434-1 MOTOR ASSY (TABLE)
OPTICAL PICK UP SECTION (KSS-213D/Q-NP)

406 406

404 403

M102 M101

Ref. No. ! 403 404
Part No. 8-848-379-31 2-626-907-01 2-627-003-02 2-626-908-01
Description OPTICAL PICK-UP KSS-213D/Q-NP GEAR (A) (S) GEAR (B) (RP) SHAFT, SLED
Ref. No. * 405 * 406 M101 M102
Part No. A-4699-869-A 4-992-054-01 X-2646-110-1 X-2625-769-1

Description

BD BOARD, COMPLETE RUBBER, VIBRATION PROOF T, T CHASSIS ASSY (MG) (F) (SPINDLE) MOTOR GEAR ASSY (MB) (RP) (SLED)
TAPE MECHANISM DECK SECTION-1 TCM-230AWR1 TCM-230PWR1
*NOTE: Two types of parts which are not interchangeable are available for the Head deck (A) ASSY and Head deck (B) ASSY. When replacing the parts, refer to the following figure, and use the appropriate part
Parts with P mark: 230PWR1 Parts without P mark: 230AWR1

458 457

456 454

453 457

HRPE101
Ref. No. 457 Part No. 3-376-464-11 3-911-116-21 3-016-574-01 X-3374-156-2 X-3374-155-2 Description SCREW (+PTT 2.6X6), GROUND POINT RIVET, PUSH SPRING (HEAD),TENSION PINCH LEVER (REV) ASSY PINCH LEVER (FWD) ASSY Remarks Ref. No. Part No. Description Remarks 458 3-016-567-02 * 459 A-2007-731-A HP101 A-2056-681-A HP101 A-2056-683-A HRPE101A-2056-682-A SPRING (CASSETTE), LEAF AUDIO BOARD, COMPLETE DECK (A) ASSY, HEAD (230AWR1) (*NOTE) DECK (A) ASSY, HEAD (230PWR1) (*NOTE) DECK (B) ASSY, HEAD (230AWR1) (*NOTE)
3-016-564-01 BASE (PINCH LEVER FWD) 3-016-565-01 BASE (PINCH LEVER REV)
HRPE101A-2056-684-A DECK (B) ASSY, HEAD (230PWR1) (*NOTE)
*NOTE: Two types of parts which are not interchangeable are available for the mechanical block assembly. When replacing the parts, refer to the following figure, and use the appropriate part.

! R709 R711 R712 R713 R714 R716 R717 R718 ! R719 ! R719
1-216-457-00 METAL OXIDE 1-247-791-91 1-247-791-91 1-247-791-91 1-247-791-91 1-249-437-11 1-249-429-11 1-249-429-11 1-215-893-11 CARBON CARBON CARBON CARBON CARBON CARBON CARBON METAL OXIDE
1.2K 47K 10K 10K 1.5K 1.2K
5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5%

1-216-457-00 METAL OXIDE

R720 R721 R722 R723 R724 R726 R727 R728 R729 R730 R731 R732 R734 R735 R736
1-249-437-11 1-247-815-91 1-247-815-91 1-247-815-91 1-247-815-91 1-247-807-31 1-247-807-31 1-247-807-31 1-247-807-31 1-247-863-91 1-249-438-11 1-249-437-11 1-249-429-11 1-249-425-11 1-249-425-11
CARBON CARBON CARBON CARBON CARBON CARBON CARBON CARBON CARBON CARBON CARBON CARBON CARBON CARBON CARBON
47K 22K 56K 47K 10K 4.7K 4.7K
5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5%
1-249-383-11 CARBON 1-249-383-11 CARBON
< VARIABLE RESISTOR > RV301 RV351 1-238-600-11 RES, ADJ, CARBON 10K 1-238-600-11 RES, ADJ, CARBON 10K < RELAY > RY701 RY711 1-515-920-11 RELAY (24V) 1-515-920-11 RELAY (24V)

Ref. No.

Part No. Description < TERMINAL > Remarks Ref. No. D614 D615 D616 D625 D626 D627 D628 D630 D631 D632 Part No. 8-719-058-64 8-719-057-97 8-719-058-04 8-719-058-03 8-719-058-03 8-719-058-04 8-719-058-64 8-719-058-03 8-719-058-03 8-719-058-03 Description DIODE DIODE DIODE DIODE DIODE DIODE DIODE DIODE DIODE DIODE SEL5823A (DSP) SEL5923A (CD) SEL5223S (ENTER) SEL5423E (TAPE A REW) SEL5423E (TAPE A FWD) SEL5223S (PROLOGIC) SEL5823A (JOG) SEL5423E (TAPE B REW) SEL5423E (TAPE B FWD) SEL5423E (CD) Remarks

TM701 TM702

1-694-055-31 TERMINAL BOARD (SPEAKER) 1-537-952-11 TERMINAL BOARD,PUSH 2P (CENTER SPEAKER) < VIBRATOR >
X401 1-579-175-11 VIBRATOR, CERAMIC 10MHz X501 1-760-489-11 VIBRATOR, CERAMIC 5MHz X502 1-567-098-41 VIBRATOR, CRYSTAL 32.768kHz ************************************************************ * A-4407-802-A PANEL BOARD, COMPLETE ********************** 1-517-773-11 INDICATOR TUBE, FLUORESCENT 4-949-935-91 CUSHION (FL) 4-990-380-11 HOLDER, FL TUBE < CAPACITOR > C601 C602 C603 C604 C605 C608 C609 C610 C611 C612 C613 C614 C615 C617 C621 C622 C623 C624 C625 C626 C627 C628 C629 C630 C631 C632 C633 C641 C642 C643 C644 C645 C651 C652 1-124-584-00 1-165-319-11 1-126-157-11 1-165-319-11 1-165-319-11 1-163-009-11 1-124-584-00 1-165-319-11 1-163-031-11 1-163-031-11 1-163-031-11 1-163-031-11 1-126-160-11 1-126-160-11 1-163-001-11 1-163-001-11 1-163-001-11 1-163-001-11 1-163-001-11 1-163-001-11 1-163-001-11 1-163-001-11 1-163-001-11 1-163-001-11 1-163-001-11 1-163-001-11 1-163-001-11 1-164-182-11 1-126-157-11 1-126-157-11 1-124-584-00 1-165-319-11 1-163-031-11 1-163-031-11 ELECT CERAMIC CHIP ELECT CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP ELECT CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP ELECT ELECT CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP ELECT ELECT ELECT CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP < DIODE > D601 D602 D611 D612 D613 8-719-210-33 8-719-058-24 8-719-058-64 8-719-058-64 8-719-058-64 DIODE DIODE DIODE DIODE DIODE EC10DS2 RB501V-40TE-17 SEL5823A (FWD) SEL5823A (REW) SEL5823A (GROOVE) 100uF 0.1uF 10uF 0.1uF 0.1uF 0.001uF 100uF 0.1uF 0.01uF 0.01uF 0.01uF 0.01uF 1uF 1uF 220PF 220PF 220PF 220PF 220PF 220PF 220PF 220PF 220PF 220PF 220PF 220PF 220PF 0.0033uF 10uF 10uF 100uF 0.1uF 0.01uF 0.01uF 20% 20% 10V 50V 16V 50V 50V 50V 10V 50V 50V 50V 50V 50V 50V 50V 50V 50V 50V 50V 50V 50V 50V 50V 50V 50V 50V 50V 50V 50V 16V 16V 10V 50V 50V 50V

 

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