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SERVICE MANUAL

CD RECEIVER
4
2005
MA134

KD-G311,KD-G312,KD-G317
KD-G311,KD-G312 KD-G311,KD-G312

Area suffix
E ------------ Southern Europe
EX ------------ Northern Europe
EY ------------- Eastern Europe
EU ------------------------- Turkey

KD-G317

KD-G317

Area suffix
EE -------- Russian Federation

KD-G311 KD-G312 KD-G317


STEERING CABLE
CONTROL PANEL SILVER BLACK BLACK

TABLE OF CONTENTS
1 PRECAUTIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-3
2 SPECIFIC SERVICE INSTRUCTIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-6
3 DISASSEMBLY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-7
4 ADJUSTMENT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-25
5 TROUBLESHOOTING . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-26

COPYRIGHT © 2005 Victor Company of Japan, Limited No.MA134


2005/4
SPECIFICATION
AUDIO AMPLIFIER SECTION
Maximum Power Output Front 50 W per channel
Rear 50 W per channel
Continuous Power Output (RMS) Front 19 W per channel into 4 Ω, 40 Hz to 20 000 Hz at no more
than 0.8% total harmonic distortion.
Rear 19 W per channel into 4 Ω, 40 Hz to 20 000 Hz at no more
than 0.8% total harmonic distortion.
Load Impedance 4 Ω (4 Ω to 8 Ω allowance)
Tone Control Range Bass ±10 dB at 100 Hz
Treble ±10 dB at 10 kHz
Frequency Response 40 Hz to 20 000 Hz
Signal-to-Noise Ratio 70 dB
Line-Out Level/Impedance 2.5 V/20 kΩ load (full scale)
Output Impedance 1 kΩ
Other Terminal Steering wheel remote input (KD-G311,KD-G312)
TUNER SECTION
Frequency Range FM 87.5 MHz to 108.0 MHz
FM1/FM2 (KD-G317) 87.5 MHz to 108.0 MHz
FM3 (KD-G317) 65.00 MHz to 74.00 MHz
AM (MW) 522 kHz to 1 620 kHz
(LW) 144 kHz to 279 kHz
FM Tuner Usable Sensitivity 11.3 dBf (1.0 µV/75 Ω)
50 dB Quieting Sensitivity 16.3 dBf (1.8 µV/75 Ω)
Alternate Channel Selectivity (400 kHz) 65 dB
Frequency Response 40 Hz to 15 000 Hz
Stereo Separation 30 dB
Capture Ratio 1.5 dB
MW Tuner Sensitivity 20 µV
Selectivity 35 dB
LW Tuner Sensitivity 50 µV
CD PLAYER SECTION
Type Compact disc player
Signal Detection System Non-contact optical pickup (semiconductor laser)
Number of Channels 2 channels (stereo)
Frequency Response 5 Hz to 20 000 Hz
Dynamic Range 96 dB
Signal-to-Noise Ratio 98 dB
Wow and Flutter Less than measurable limit
MP3 Decoding Format MPEG1/2 Audio Layer 3
Max. Bit Rate: 320 kbps
WMA (Windows Media Audio) Decoding Format Max. Bit Rate: 192 kbps
GENERAL
Power Requirement Operating Voltage DC 14.4 V (11 V to 16 V allowance)
Grounding System Negative ground
Allowable Operating Temperature 0°C to +40°C
Dimensions (W × H × D) Installation Size (approx.) 182 mm × 52 mm × 150 mm
Panel Size (approx.) 188 mm × 58 mm × 11 mm
Mass (approx.) 1.3 kg (excluding accessories)
• Design and specifications are subject to change without notice.
• Microsoft and Windows Media are either registered trademarks or trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the United States and/
or other countries.

1-2 (No.MA134)
SECTION 1
PRECAUTIONS
1.1 Safety Precautions

! Burrs formed during molding may be left over on some parts of the chassis. Therefore,
pay attention to such burrs in the case of preforming repair of this system.

! Please use enough caution not to see the beam directly or touch it in case of an
adjustment or operation check.

(No.MA134)1-3
1.2 Preventing static electricity
Electrostatic discharge (ESD), which occurs when static electricity stored in the body, fabric, etc. is discharged, can destroy the laser
diode in the traverse unit (optical pickup). Take care to prevent this when performing repairs.
1.2.1 Grounding to prevent damage by static electricity
Static electricity in the work area can destroy the optical pickup (laser diode) in devices such as CD players.
Be careful to use proper grounding in the area where repairs are being performed.
(1) Ground the workbench
Ground the workbench by laying conductive material (such as a conductive sheet) or an iron plate over it before placing the
traverse unit (optical pickup) on it.
(2) Ground yourself
Use an anti-static wrist strap to release any static electricity built up in your body.

(caption)
Anti-static wrist strap

1M
Conductive material
(conductive sheet) or iron plate
(3) Handling the optical pickup
• In order to maintain quality during transport and before installation, both sides of the laser diode on the replacement optical
pickup are shorted. After replacement, return the shorted parts to their original condition.
(Refer to the text.)
• Do not use a tester to check the condition of the laser diode in the optical pickup. The tester's internal power source can easily
destroy the laser diode.
1.3 Handling the traverse unit (optical pickup)
(1) Do not subject the traverse unit (optical pickup) to strong shocks, as it is a sensitive, complex unit.
(2) Cut off the shorted part of the flexible cable using nippers, etc. after replacing the optical pickup. For specific details, refer to the
replacement procedure in the text. Remove the anti-static pin when replacing the traverse unit. Be careful not to take too long a
time when attaching it to the connector.
(3) Handle the flexible cable carefully as it may break when subjected to strong force.
(4) It is not possible to adjust the semi-fixed resistor that adjusts the laser power. Do not turn it.
1.4 Attention when traverse unit is decomposed
*Please refer to "Disassembly method" in the text for the CD pickup unit.
• Apply solder to the short land before the flexible wire is disconnected from the connector on the CD pickup unit.
(If the flexible wire is disconnected without applying solder, the CD pickup may be destroyed by static electricity.)
• In the assembly, be sure to remove solder from the short land after connecting the flexible wire.
Short-circuit point
(Soldering)

Flexible wire

Pickup

1-4 (No.MA134)
1.5 Important for laser products

1.CLASS 1 LASER PRODUCT 5.CAUTION : If safety switches malfunction, the laser is able
2.DANGER : Invisible laser radiation when open and inter to function.
lock failed or defeated. Avoid direct exposure to beam. 6.CAUTION : Use of controls, adjustments or performance of
3.CAUTION : There are no serviceable parts inside the procedures other than those specified here in may result in
Laser Unit. Do not disassemble the Laser Unit. Replace hazardous radiation exposure.
the complete Laser Unit if it malfunctions.
4.CAUTION : The CD,MD and DVD player uses invisible Please use enough caution not to
!
laser radiation and is equipped with safety switches which see the beam directly or touch it
prevent emission of radiation when the drawer is open and in case of an adjustment or operation
the safety interlocks have failed or are defeated. It is check.
dangerous to defeat the safety switches.

REPRODUCTION AND POSITION OF LABELS

WARNING LABEL

CAUTION : Visible and Invisible ADVARSEL : Synlig og usynlig VARNING : Synlig och VARO : Avattaessa ja suojalukitus
CLASS 1 laser radiation when open and
interlock failed or defeated.
laserstråling når maskinen er
åben eller interlocken fejeler.
osynling laserstrålning när
den öppnas och spärren är
ohitettuna tai viallisena olet alttiina
näkyvälle ja näkymättömälle
LASER PRODUCT AVOID DIRECT EXPOSURE TO
BEAM. (e)
Undgå direkte eksponering til
stråling. (d)
urkopplad. Betrakta ej
strålen. (s)
lasersäteilylle. Vältä säteen
kohdistumista suoraan itseesi. (f)

(No.MA134)1-5
SECTION 2
SPECIFIC SERVICE INSTRUCTIONS
2.1 HOW TO IDENTIFY MODELS
2.1.1 NAME PLATE (as same as KD-G312, KD-G317)

Discernment sign

1-6 (No.MA134)
SECTION 3
DISASSEMBLY
3.1 Main body section
3.1.1 Removing the front panel assembly
(See Fig.1)
(1) Push the detach button in the lower right part of the front
panel assembly and remove the front panel assembly. Front panel assembly

Detach button
Fig.1
3.1.2 Removing the bottom cover
(See Fig.2)
(1) Turn the main body up side down.
(2) Insert a screwdriver under the joints to release the two Bottom cover
joints a on the left side, two joints b on the right side and Joint a
Joint b
joint c on the back side of the main body, then remove the
bottom cover from the main body.
Note:
When releasing the joints using a screwdriver, do not damage
the main board.

Joint b
Joint a Joint c
Fig.2
3.1.3 Removing the front chassis assembly
(See Fig.3)
• Remove the front panel assembly and bottom cover.
(1) Remove the two screws A on the both sides of the main Joint d Joint e
body.
(2) Release the two joints d and two joints e on the both sides
of the main body, then remove the front chassis assembly
toward the front.
A

Joint d Joint e

Front chassis assembly


Fig.3

(No.MA134)1-7
3.1.4 Removing the side panel
(See Fig.4)
Reference:
Remove the front panel assembly as required.
(1) Remove the screw B and two screws C attaching the side C B C
panel on the left side of the main body.
(2) Remove the side panel from the main body.

Side panel
Fig.4
3.1.5 Removing the rear bracket
(See Fig.5)
• Remove the bottom cover.
(1) For KD-G311 and KD-G312, remove the four screws D,
one screw E and two screws F attaching the rear bracket
Rear bracket F E F
on the back side of the main body.
(2) For KD-G317, remove the three screws D, one screw E
and two screws F attaching the rear bracket on the back
side of the main body.
(3) Remove the rear bracket.

3.1.6 Removing the main board


(See Figs.5 and6)
• Remove the front panel assembly, bottom cover and side pan-
D D
el.
Reference: (KD-G311,KD-312)
Remove the front chassis assembly as required.
(1) Remove the three screws D attaching the rear bracket on Rear bracket F E F
the back side of the main body. (See Fig.5.)
(2) Remove the two screws G attaching the main board. (See
Fig.6.)
(3) Disconnect the connector CN501 on the main board from
the main body and take out the main board with the rear
bracket. (See Fig.6.)
Reference:
Remove the rear bracket from the main body as required. (See
"3.1.5 Removing the rear bracket".) D (KD-G317) D
Fig.5

Main board
CN501

G G

Rear bracket
Fig.6

1-8 (No.MA134)
3.1.7 Removing the CD mechanism assembly
(See Fig. 7)
• Remove the front panel assembly, bottom cover, side panel,
rear bracket and main board.
H
Reference:
Remove the front chassis assembly as required.
(1) Remove the three screws H attaching the CD mechanism
assembly on the top chassis.
(2) Take out the CD mechanism assembly.

CD mechanism assembly Top chassis


H
Fig.7
3.1.8 Removing the switch board
(See Figs.8 to 10)
• Remove the front panel assembly.
(1) Remove the five screws J on the back side of the front pan-
el assembly. (See Fig.8.)
J
(2) Release the twelve joints f and remove the rear cover. (See
Fig.9.)
(3) Release the joint g and take out the switch board from the
front panel assembly. (See Fig.10.)
Note:
When removing the rear cover assembly and switch board, be
careful not to lose the spring.
J J
Fig.8

Joints f
Rear cover

Joints f Joints f Joints f


Fig.9

Front panel assembly

Front board Joint g

Fig.10

(No.MA134)1-9
3.2 CD Mechanism Assembly
3.2.1 Removing the top cover
(See Figs.1 and 2)
(1) Remove the two screws A on the both side of the body.
(2) Lift the front side of the top cover and move the top cover A
backward to release the two joints a.
Top cover Joints a
A

A
Fig.1
Joints a

Top cover
Fig.2

1-10 (No.MA134)
3.2.2 Removing the connector board
Wires
(See Figs.3 to 5)
CAUTION:
Before disconnecting the flexible wire from the pickup, solder
the short-circuit point on the pickup. No observance of this in-
struction may cause damage of the pickup.
(1) Remove the screw B fixing the connector board.
(2) Solder the short-circuit point on the connector board. B
(3) Disconnect the flexible wire from the pickup.
(4) Move the connector board in the direction of the arrow to
release the two joints b. Connector board
(5) Unsolder the wire on the connector board if necessary.
CAUTION:
Unsolder the short-circuit point after reassembling.
Joints b Short-circuit point Pickup
Fig.3
Short-circuit point
(Soldering)

Flexible wire

Pickup
Fig.4

B
Connector board

Flexible wire

Frame

Fig.5

(No.MA134)1-11
3.2.3 Removing the DET switch
(See Figs.6 and 7)
(1) Extend the two tabs c of the feed sw. holder and pull out
the switch.
(2) Unsolder the DET switch wire if necessary.

DET switch

Connector
board

Pickup
Fig.6

DET switch Tab c

DET switch wire

Tab c Feed sw. holder


Fig.7

1-12 (No.MA134)
3.2.4 Removing the chassis unit
(See Figs.8 and 9)
• Prior to performing the following procedure, remove the top
Chassis unit
cover and connector board. Suspension spring (L)
(1) Remove the two suspension springs (L) and (R) attaching Suspension spring (R)
the chassis unit to the frame.
CAUTION: Frame
• The shape of the suspension spring (L) and (R) are dif-
ferent. Handle them with care.
• When reassembling, make sure that the three shafts
on the underside of the chassis unit are inserted to the
dampers certainly.

Suspension spring (R)


Suspension spring (L)
Fig.8
Chassis unit

Shaft

Shafts

Damper

Damper

Damper Frame
Fig.9

(No.MA134)1-13
3.2.5 Removing the clamper assembly
(See Figs.10 and 11)
• Prior to performing the following procedure, remove the top
cover.
(1) Remove the clamper arm spring. Clamper arm
(2) Move the clamper assembly in the direction of the arrow to spring
release the two joints d.

Chassis rivet
assembly
Joint d
Clamper assembly Joint d
Fig.10
Clamper arm spring

Clamper
Joint d assembly

Joint d

Chassis rivet assembly


Fig.11

1-14 (No.MA134)
3.2.6 Removing the loading / feed motor assembly
(See Figs.12 and 13)
• Prior to performing the following procedure, remove the top
cover, connector board and chassis unit.
(1) Remove the screw C and move the loading / feed motor
assembly in the direction of the arrow to remove it from the
chassis rivet assembly.
(2) Disconnect the wire from the loading / feed motor assembly
if necessary.
CAUTION:
When reassembling, connect the wire from the loading /
feed motor assembly to the flame as shown in Fig.12.
Loading / feed motor assembly
Fig.12
Loading / feed motor assembly

Fig.13

(No.MA134)1-15
3.2.7 Removing the pickup unit
Pickup unit
(See Figs.14 to 18)
• Prior to performing the following procedure, remove the top
cover, connector board and chassis unit.
(1) Remove the screw D and pull out the pu. shaft holder from
the pu. shaft. Part e
(2) Remove the screw E attaching the feed sw. holder.
(3) Move the part e of the pickup unit upward with the pu. shaft
and the feed sw. holder, then release the joint f of the feed
sw. holder in the direction of the arrow. The joint g of the
pickup unit and the feed rack is released, and the feed sw.
holder comes off.
(4) Remove the pu. shaft from the pickup unit. Feed rack
Feed sw. holder
(5) Remove the screw F attaching the feed rack to the pickup Fig.15
unit.
Pu. shaft
3.2.8 Reattaching the pickup unit
(See Figs.14 to 17)
(1) Reattach the feed rack to the pickup unit using the screw F. Part i Pickup unit
(2) Reattach the feed sw. holder to the feed rack while setting D
the joint g to the slot of the feed rack and setting the part f
of the feed rack to the switch of the feed sw. holder correct-
E
ly. Joint f
(3) As the feed sw. holder is temporarily attached to the pickup Slot j Joint h Pu. shaft
unit, set to the gear of the joint g and to the bending part of Joint g
holder
the chassis (joint h) at a time.
CAUTION:
Make sure that the part i on the underside of the feed Feed sw.
rack is certainly inserted to the slot j of the change lock holder
lever. Fig.16
(4) Reattach the feed sw. holder using the screw E.
(5) Reattach the pu. shaft to the pickup unit. Reattach the pu. F Feed rack
shaft holder to the pu. shaft using the screw D.
Feed sw. holder
Pickup unit
Joint f

E Fig.17
Pu. shaft Pickup unit
Joint g
Joint g
D
Part e
Pu. shaft holder Pickup unit
Fig.14

Joint f
Feed rack
Feed sw. holder
Fig.18

1-16 (No.MA134)
3.2.9 Removing the trigger arm
(See Figs.19 and 20) Joint k
• Prior to performing the following procedure, remove the top
cover, connector board and clamper unit.
(1) Turn the trigger arm in the direction of the arrow to release
Trigger arm
the joint k and pull out upward.
CAUTION:
When reassembling, insert the part m and n of the trigger
arm into the part p and q at the slot of the chassis rivet
assembly respectively and join the joint k at a time.

Chassis rivet assembly


Fig.19

Part p
Trigger arm
Part q
Part m

Part n

Chassis rivet
assembly

Fig.20
3.2.10 Removing the top plate assembly
(See Fig.21)
• Prior to performing the following procedure, remove the top
Top plate assembly
cover, connector board, chassis unit, and clamper assembly.
(1) Remove the screw H.
(2) Move the top plate assembly in the direction of the arrow to
release the two joints r.
(3) Unsolder the wire marked s if necessary.
H Joints r

Fig.21

(No.MA134)1-17
3.2.11 Removing the mode sw. / select lock arm
Link plate Joint t
(See Figs.22 and 23)
Mode sw.
• Prior to performing the following procedure, remove the top
plate assembly. Select lock arm
(1) Bring up the mode sw. to release from the link plate (joint t)
and turn in the direction of the arrow to release the joint u.
(2) Unsolder the wire of the mode sw. marked s if necessary.
(3) Turn the select lock arm in the direction of the arrow to re-
lease the two joints v.
(4) The select lock arm spring comes off the select lock arm at
the same time.
Joint u
s
Fig.22

Select lock arm Top plate

Hook w
Select lock arm
Top plate Select lock
arm spring

Joints v

Link plate
Fig.23

1-18 (No.MA134)
3.2.12 Reassembling the mode sw. / select lock arm
Select lock arm spring
(See Figs.24 to 26)
REFERENCE: Hook w
Reverse the above removing procedure.
(1) Reattach the select lock arm spring to the top plate and set Joint v
the shorter end of the select lock arm spring to the hook w Joint v
on the top plate.
(2) Set the other longer end of the select lock arm spring to the
boss x on the underside of the select lock arm, and join the
select lock arm to the slots (joint v). Turn the select lock
arm as shown in the figure.
(3) Reattach the mode sw. while setting the part t to the first Select lock arm
peak of the link plate gear, and join the joint u.
Boss x
CAUTION:
Fig.24
When reattaching the mode sw., check if the points y and
z are correctly fitted and if each part operates properly. Joint t
Point y
Link plate

Point z

Fig.25
Mode sw.

Select
lock arm

Joint t
Link plate
Joint u
Fig.26

(No.MA134)1-19
3.2.13 Removing the select arm R / link plate
Joint c' Link plate Joint r
(See Figs.27 and 28)
• Prior to performing the following procedure, remove the top Select arm R Joint b'
plate assembly.
(1) Bring up the select arm R to release from the link plate
(joint a') and turn as shown in the figure to release the two
joints b' and joint c'. Joint b'
(2) Move the link plate in the direction of the arrow to release
the joint d'. Remove the link plate spring at the same time.
REFERENCE:
Before removing the link plate, remove the mode sw..
Joint a'
Fig.27
Link plate spring

Top plate Joint d'

Link plate
Fig.28
3.2.14 Reattaching the Select arm R / link plate
(See Figs.29 and 30)
REFERENCE:
Link plate spring
Reverse the above removing procedure. Joint c'
(1) Reattach the link plate spring. Select arm R
(2) Reattach the link plate to the link plate spring while joining Joint d'
them at joint d'.
(3) Reattach the joint a' of the select arm R to the first peak of
the link plate while joining the two joints b' with the slots.
Then turn the select arm R as shown in the figure. The top
plate is joined to the joint c'.
CAUTION:
When reattaching the select arm R, check if the points e' Joint b'
and f' are correctly fitted and if each part operates prop-
erly. Joint b' Joint a'
Fig.29

Joint a'

Link plate

Point f'
Point e'
Fig.30

1-20 (No.MA134)
3.2.15 Removing the loading roller assembly
(See Figs.31 to 33) Loading roller assembly
• Prior to performing the following procedure, remove the Roller guide
clamper assembly and top plate assembly. spring
(1) Push inward the loading roller assembly on the gear side
and detach it upward from the slot of the joint g' of the lock
arm rivet assembly.
(2) Detach the loading roller assembly from the slot of the joint
h' of the lock arm rivet assembly. Part k'
Loading roller assembly

The roller guide comes off the gear section of the loading
roller assembly. Roller guide
spring
Remove the roller guide and the HL washer from the shaft
of the loading roller assembly.
(3) Remove the screw J attaching the lock arm rivet assembly.
(4) Push the shaft at the joint i' of the lock arm rivet assembly
inward to release the lock arm rivet assembly from the slot
of the L side plate.
(5) Extend the lock arm rivet assembly outward and release
the joint j' from the boss of the chassis rivet assembly. The
roller guide springs on both sides come off at the same Fig.32
time. Chassis rivet assembly
CAUTION:
When reassembling, reattach the left and right roller
guide springs to the lock arm rivet assembly before reat-
taching the lock arm rivet assembly to the chassis rivet Boss
assembly. Make sure to fit the part k' of the roller guide
spring inside of the roller guide. (Refer to Fig.34.)
Roller guide
HL washer
Loading roller assembly L side plate
J
Roller guide spring
Roller guide

Joint h' Lock arm rivet assembly

Joint i'
Part j'
Roller guide spring Fig.33
Roller guide spring
Roller guide
Joint g' HL washer
Roller shaft assembly

Loading roller assembly

Roller guide spring


Lock arm rivet assembly
Fig.31

Loading roller
Lock arm rivet assembly Roller guide spring
Fig.34

(No.MA134)1-21
3.2.16 Removing the loading gear 5, 6 and 7
(See Figs.35 and 36) K Loading gear bracket
• Prior to performing the following procedure, remove the top
cover, chassis unit, pickup unit and top plate assembly. Loading gear 6
(1) Remove the screw K attaching the loading gear bracket.
The loading gear 6 and 7 come off the loading gear brack-
et.
(2) Pull out the loading gear 5.
Loading gear 5

Loading gear 3

Fig.35

K
Loading gear bracket

Loading gear 6
Loading gear 5
Loading gear 7

Fig.36

1-22 (No.MA134)
3.2.17 Removing the gears
Joint p'
(See Figs.37 to 40)
• Prior to performing the following procedure, remove the top Change plate
cover, chassis unit, top plate assembly and pickup unit. rivet assembly
• Pull out the loading gear 3. (See Fig.35.)
(1) Pull out the feed gear. Shafts Loading gear 4
(2) Move the loading plate assembly in the direction of the ar-
row to release the L side plate from the two slots m' of the Loading gear plate
chassis rivet assembly. (See Fig.37.) rivet assembly
(3) Detach the loading plate assembly upward from the chas-
sis rivet assembly while releasing the joint n'. Remove the Shaft
slide hook and loading plate spring from the loading plate
assembly. Loading gear 2
(4) Pull out the loading gear 2 and remove the change lock le-
ver. Loading gear 1
(5) Remove the E ring and washer attaching the changer gear
2.
(6) The changer gear 2, change gear spring and adjusting Chassis rivet assembly
washer come off. E ring Change gear 2
(7) Remove the loading gear 1. Fig.38
(8) Move the change plate rivet assembly in the direction of the
Joint n'
arrow to release from the three shafts of the chassis rivet Loading plate assembly
assembly upward. (See Fig.38.)
(9) Detach the loading gear plate rivet assembly from the shaft Slide hook
of the chassis rivet assembly upward while releasing the Loading plate spring
joint p'. (See Figs.38 and 40.)
(10) Pull out the loading gear 4.

L side plate
Slot m'
Slot m'
L side plate

Loading plate assembly


Slot m'
Joint n' Chassis rivet assembly

Slot m' Fig.39


Feed gear E ring
Washer Loading gear 1
Chassis rivet assembly
Change gear 2 Loading gear 2
Fig.37
Change gear spring Change lock lever
Adjusting washer Loading gear 4

Change plate
rivet assembly

Chassis rivet assembly

Loading gear plate rivet assembly


Fig.40

(No.MA134)1-23
3.2.18 Removing the turn table / spindle motor
Turn table
(See Figs.41 and 42)
• Prior to performing the following procedure, remove the top
cover, connector board, chassis unit and clamper assembly.
(1) Remove the two screws L attaching the spindle motor as-
sembly through the slot of the turn table on top of the body.
(2) Unsolder the wire on the connector board if necessary.

Fig.41

Turn table

Spindle motor
Fig.42

1-24 (No.MA134)
SECTION 4
ADJUSTMENT
4.1 Adjustment method
„ Test instruments required for adjustment „ Standard measuring conditions
(1) Digital oscilloscope (100MHz)
Power supply voltage DC14.4V(11 to 16V)
(2) Electric voltmeter
(3) Digital tester Load impedance 20KΩ(2 Speakers connection)
(4) Tracking offset meter Output Level Line out 2.5V (Vol. MAX)
(5) Test Disc JVC :CTS-1000 „ Dummy load
(6) Extension cable for check Exclusive dummy load should be used for AM,and FM. For FM
EXTSH002-22P × 1 dummy load,there is a loss of 6dB between SSG output and
„ Standard volume position antenna input.The loss of 6dB need not be considered since
Balance and Bass &Treble volume : lndication"0" direct reading of figures are applied in this working standard.
Loudness : OFF
„ How to connect the extension cable for adjusting
Caution:
Be sure to attach the heat sink and rear bracket onto the power amplifier IC and regulator IC respectively, before supply the power.
If voltage is applied without attaching these parts, the power amplifier IC and regulator IC will be destroyed by heat.

Extension cable

Heat sink EXTSH002-22P


Rear bracket

(No.MA134)1-25
SECTION 5
TROUBLESHOOTING
5.1 Feed section

Is the voltage out put at NO Is the wiring for IC541 YES Is 5V present at IC501 NO
Check CD8V.
IC541 pin 40, 5V or 0V? pin 40 correct? pins 3,12 and 21?
YES
YES NO Check the vicinity of
IC541.

Is 4V present at both NO Is 6V or 2V present at YES Check the feed motor


sides of the feed motor? IC501 pins 4 and 5? connection wiring.
YES NO

Check the feed motor. Check IC501.

5.2 Focus section

When the lens is NO Check the circuits in


moving: the vicinity of IC501
pins 15 and 16.
4V

Does the S-search


waveform appear at
IC501 pins 8 and 9? YES

Check the pickup and


YES its connections.
5.3 Spindle section

NO Is 4V present between NO Is 4V present at IC541 NO


Is the disk rotated? Check IC541.
IC501 pins 6 and 7? pin 41?

YES YES YES


Does the RF signal Check the spindle motor Check the vicinity of
appear at RF test point? and its wiring. IC501.

YES
NO Check the circuits in
Is the RF waveform the vicinity of IC521 pin
at RF test point distorted? NO 19 or the pickup.
YES
Proceed to the Tracking
section.
5.4 Tracking section

When the disc is rotated NO Check the circuits in NO Check the pickup and
at first: the vicinity of IC521
its connections.
pins 2 to 12.
Approx. 1.2V

Is the tracking error


signal output at TE
test point?

YES

Check IC541.

1-26 (No.MA134)
5.5 Signal processing section

Compare the L-ch and


Is the sound output from NO No sound from either NO
R-ch to locate the
both channels (L, R)? channel.
defective point.
YES YES
Normal NO Check the vicinity of the
Is 9V present at IC161 IC901 audio power
pin 32? supply.

YES

Is the audio signal


(including sampling NO Check IC581 and its
output components)
peripheral circuits.
output to IC581 pins 1
and 7 during playback?

YES

Is the audio signal NO Check IC161 and its


output at IC161 pins 15
peripheral circuits.
and 18 during playback?

YES

Check the power amp.


IC301.

(No.MA134)1-27
5.6 Maintenance of laser pickup 5.7 Replacement of laser pickup
(1) Cleaning the pick up lens
Before you replace the pick up, please try to clean the lens Turn off the power switch and,disconnect the
with a alcohol soaked cotton swab. power cord from the AC outlet.
(2) Life of the laser diode
When the life of the laser diode has expired, the following
symptoms will appear.
• The level of RF output (EFM output: amplitude of eye
pattern) will be low. Replace the pickup with a normal one. (Refer
to "Removing the pickup unit" on the previous page.)

NO
Is RF output
Replace it.
1.0 0.35Vp-p? Plug the power cord in, and turn the power on.
At this time, check that the laser emits for about
seconds and the objective lens moves up and down.
YES Note: Do not observe the laser beam directly.

OK

(3) Semi-fixed resistor on the APC PC board Play a disc.


The semi-fixed resistor on the APC printed circuit board
which is attached to the pickup is used to adjust the laser
power.Since this adjustment should be performed to match
the characteristics of the whole optical block, do not touch Check the eye-pattern at
the semi-fixed resistor.
RF test point.
If the laser power is lower than the specified value, the la-
ser diode is almost worn out, and the laser pickup should
be replaced. If the semi-fixed resistor is adjusted while the
pickup is functioning normally, the laser pickup may be
Finish.
damaged due to excessive current.

1-28 (No.MA134)
5.8 16 PIN CORD DIAGRAM

10 BR 1 BK Black GN Green
NC 9 2 VI/BK VI
RD Red VI Violet
12 YL NC 11 4 GY/BK GY 3
BL Blue GY Gray
14 NC BL/WH 13 6 WH/BK WH 5 WH White YL Yellow
16 BK RD 15 8 GN/BK GN 7 BR Brown

1 VI RR+

2 VI/BK RR-

3 GY FR+

4 GY/BK FR-
5 WH FL+

6 WH/BK FL-

7 GN RL+

8 GN/BK RL-

10 BR TEL

12 YL MEMORY
MEMORY BACKUP
DIRECT TO BATTERY
+12Volt
13 BL/WH REMOTE

15 RD ACC

ACC + 12Volt
16 BK GND

GROUND

RR Rear Right ANT Auto Antenna

FR Front Right ACC ACC Line

FL Front Left TEL Telephone Muting

RL Rear Left GND Ground

REMOTE Remote out MEMORY Memory Backup Battery+

(No.MA134)1-29
Victor Company of Japan, Limited
AV & MULTIMEDIA COMPANY CAR ELECTRONICS CATEGORY 10-1,1chome,Ohwatari-machi,Maebashi-city,371-8543,Japan

(No.MA134)
Printed in Japan
VPT
SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS
CD RECEIVER

KD-G311, KD-G312
KD-G317
CD-ROM No.SML200502

KD-G311,KD-G312 KD-G311,KD-G312

Area suffix
E ------------ Southern Europe
EX ------------ Northern Europe
EY ------------- Eastern Europe
EU ------------------------- Turkey

KD-G317

KD-G317

Area suffix
EE -------- Russian Federation

KD-G311 KD-G312 KD-G317


STEERING CABLE
CONTROL PANEL SILVER BLACK BLACK

Contents
Block diagram (For KD-G311 and KD-G312) 2-1
Standard schematic diagrams (For KD-G311 and KD-G312 E,EX,EY,EU version) 2-2
Printed circuit boards (For KD-G311 and KD-G312 E,EX,EY,EU version) 2-5
Standard schematic diagrams (For KD-G311 and KD-G312 E2,EX2,EY2,EU2 version) 2-6
Printed circuit boards (For KD-G311 and KD-G312 E2,EX2,EY2,EU2 version) 2-9
Block diagram (For KD-G317) 2-10
Standard schematic diagrams (For KD-G317 EE version) 2-11
Printed circuit boards (For KD-G317 EE version) 2-14
Standard schematic diagrams (For KD-G317 EE2 version) 2-15
Printed circuit boards (For KD-G317 EE2 version) 2-18

No.MA134SCH
COPYRIGHT 2005 Victor Company of Japan, Limited.
2005/4
Safety precaution

! Burrs formed during molding may be left over on some parts of the chassis. Therefore,
pay attention to such burrs in the case of preforming repair of this system.

! Please use enough caution not to see the beam directly or touch it in case of an
adjustment or operation check.
Block diagram (For KD-G311 and KD-G312)

TU1 TU.L
J1 TU.R IC171
FM/AM
ANT OP AMP
TUNER

VF1, VF2, VT1 Main amplifier & CD servo control section FMVT
VT2, LD, MD AMVT
PICK UP LM0, LM1
FM/AM

TRACKING+, DMO BUS0 to 3 Q781, Q782


TRACKING- FOO BUCK MUTE Q341, Q351
REARL, REARR J321
FOCUS & FOCUS+,
IC501 FMO CCE IC31 CIRCUIT LINE OUT
FOCUS- TRO IC541 RST MUTING LINE OUT
TRACKING CD PLL
DSP SD/ST
COIL DRIVER MONO
PLLCE SM
CN001 SPINDLE+ BCK PLLDA IFC-CONT
SPINDLE- LRCK PLLCL SEEK/STOP MUTE IC301
FEED+ AOUT PLLDI MUTE
FEED- POWER
FEED+ TRACKING+
LEFT.FRONT
AMP.
LOAD&FEED FEED- TRACKING-
LEFT.REAR
MOTOR FOCUS+
RIGHT.FRONT
FOCUS-
RIGHT.REAR
VOLDA
CN501

POSITION SET PSW SW1, SW2, PSW VOLCL IC161


SWITCH E.VOLUME FRONT LEFT (+)
DAC_CDTI
BCK EACH BLOCK FRONT LEFT (-)
VF1, VF2 LRCK DAC_CCLK
FRONT RIGHT (+)
SPINDLE+ VT1, VT2 SDTI DAC_CSN
FRONT RIGHT (-)
SPINDLE SPINDLE- MD, LD IC481 DAC_PDN IC701 IC771 REAR LEFT (+)
SDTI
MOTOR FE, TE DAC EPROM IC901 REAR LEFT (-)
RFGC, RF CPU REGULATOR REAR RIGHT (+)
RFRP, RFDC REAR RIGHT (-)
SW1, SW2 SEL, TEB
SW1, SW2 IC521 IC702
CDRW
RF AMP RESET CN901
MP3REQ
MP3CLK SPK
MP3DOUT
MP3DIN BATTERY
IC71
MP3STBY AOUTL+
LCD & Key control section MP3RESET AOUTL- RDS
AOUTR+ DETECTER
S601 to S618 IC401 AOUTR-
KEY0 CD.L
KEY MATRIX KEY1 MP3 & WMA IC581 CD.R
KEY2 LSI CD L.P.F.
LCDCL
KEY0 LCDDA
KEY1 LCDCE
STEERING
CN701

CN702
CJ601

IC601 KEY2 REMOCON STEERING


CABLE
LCD DRIVER LCDCL REMOCON
LCDDA
ASSY
LCDCE

COM1
COM2
COM3
S1 to S52

LCD1 IC602
LCD DISPLAY REMOCON

2-1
Standard schematic diagrams (For KD-G311 and KD-G312 E, EX, EY, EU version)
Main amplifier section R248
D243
R244

RB160M-30-X
C243

MA111-X
220 0.047 12k R243

0.22/50
180k

UDZS5.1B-X

47K
R245
47

D244

C245
C241
1/50

C244

R247

D242
R246 1k
R242 R241
22k 47k IC301
C242
22/16 LA47516
TU1 Q241
QAU0313-001 2SD601A/R/-X
R161 D240
J1 L1 220k MA111-X
QNB0100-002

R793
C312 27k
0 4.7u 0.47 R312
220k MA111-X

R171
R81 1/50 C162 D241

47k

47k

100p
100p
C81 C311 R311
C172 R186 27k

0.022

47/16

22/16
0 0.47

C320

C317

C315

C318

C319
1/50

10/16
0.01
1/50 0

0.022

C308
1/50
C310
LEVEL

2SD601A/QR/-X
2SD601A/QR/-X
C91 R91 10k
C5 1/50 1/50

C307
R174

R175

C313
C314
2SD601A/QR/-X

2SD601A/QR/-X

30K R180

1/50
MA111-X

30K R179
MA111-X
Q91 Q81

0.0047
R173 C175

C159
R82 220k
R92 220k

4.7K 0.15
AM.VCC

220/10

0.0022

0.0022
220/10
30K C171

0.0015
R9 47

0.0015
0.018
0.047

0.018
22/16

C10
0.047

R176
2.2/50

22/16
Q1

2.2K
10K
C8

0.01

C92

C82
Q2 CD.L R188 C179

47k

47k

100p
100p
C186 12K 150P 1u 2.2/50
TU.L-I 10/16

0.0047
0.0015

C94
C95

C85
C84
C9

C1
C6

C2

C4
C3

0.47
D2 R187

R11
D1 R93 R83 C187 R202 C192 10/16

0.1

4.7/25
10K R172

C303
C304
R159

R164
R165
4.7k 4.7k C301

470
39K R301
QAX0616-001Z

R197 C180 0.47 27k

C176

C157
47/6.3
C39 C174

C177

C178
R198
Q53 R3 470P

0 R205
1000P VOLDA

Q5
4.7k C83

UN2211-X
0.1

2SB709A/R/-X
Q9 C302 R302
R38

27k
100

C36 C316
X31

UN2111-X 0.47
R39

7P

C185
UN2111-X

10K
0

2SB624/4/-X Q84

NJM4565M-WE
IC31 C38 R5 Q3 R84 0

UN2111-X
D5
MA111-X
0.001 Q6 47k 4.7/25

IC171
MA111-X
D4
C35 TB2118F-X C37 R59 R342 820 0.1 C322
10P 10P D84

47/6.3
47k
R41 10K

MA111-X R352 820


0.0027
R40 39k

R7
10/16

10K R196
C43 0.047
C40

4.7k 0.1 C323


C42 0.01

RA30 D351
MA111-X
C41 0.047

NRZ0065-222X R351
R6

C182
47k C71 0.1 C324
C45

PLLCE FM/AM Q7 R4 560p 2.2k


UN2211-X 3.3k 10K R341
PLLDA

C168 4.7/25
C164 VOLCL 0.1 C325
C44

C77 1u C170
0.01

47/6.3 150P 470P 2.2k

R158 470
PLLCL 12K

KTD1304-X

KTD1304-X
R195 TU.R-I 10/16

Q341

Q351
R2 D341

C167
PLLDI 47k R162 RB160M-30-X D991

0.1
C72 R184 MA111-X

C195 4.7/25
C184 R201 39K

C156
100/16
10/16

0.01

C166

0.47
IC161 RB160M-30-X D992

0.0047
SD/ST

0.01
C76 0.01 0.022
10k 30K
NJW1191V-X RB160M-30-X D993
C46 0.01 C75 C169

47/16

R163
R183 R185 C191 RB160M-30-X D994

30K R170
C189 0.01

4.7K
C196
0.01 C78
47p

30K R169
C194
C193
C47 0.01 15k R54 R53 C73
R42 C49

R71 0
R57 C183 RB160M-30-X D995

R166
10k 47k

2.2K
10 0.001 2.2/50 0.0015 2.2/50
SQ C54 RB160M-30-X D996

C188

C165
R43 470

C158

0.0047
0.15
0.1

R1 10
R58 RB160M-30-X D997

R74 100
R33
10k

470 220 R44 C52 C74

R73
2.2K
QAX0263-001Z
RB160M-30-X D998
0.047

0.01
C48

R72
C50 CD.R C161

2.2k
C32 82p IC71
2.2/50
100/10

R32 47P 100P LC72725M-X

X71
0.47/50

SEEK/STOP

27k
330P
C55

100P C961

RDSSDA

KTD1304-X

KTD1304-X
R75
6.2k

2K
R31

10k
0.0047

R52

D321 100P C962

Q321

Q331
47k

AFCK
MONO

RDSCL
2.2k
R55

R56
C53

C34 C33
C31

MA111-X R321
C51

0.047 47/6.3 100P C963


R51

SM
10

Q31 Q52 Q51 2.2k 100P C964


UN2211-X 2SD601A/QR/-X 2SD601A/QR/-X R331 100P C965
2.2k 100P C966
9V D331
MA111-X 100P C967
CD.R R322 820 100P C968
R332 820
CD.L D901
1N5401-F64

RR+
FR+
RL+

RR-
FL+
FR-
RL-

FL-
PSW

C719
0.001
SEEK/STOP

SW1
IFC-CONT

QQR0703-001
MP3DOUT
R783

100
MP3STBY
MP3RESET

100
MP3REQ

100
DAC-CCLK
MP3CLK

DAC-PDN

DAC-CSN
MP3DIN

100
DAC-CDTI
SW2 2.7k
Q784

UN2211-X
Q976
LM0 D782 R780 UN2111-X C901
3300/16

UN2213-X

L901
R758 MA111-X

Q782
33k R977
LM1 47k

R343
R333
R323

R353
2SB709A/QR/-X 12k
BUS0 R10

MA8091/M/-X
BUS1 10K 1k R901

RB160M-30-X RB160M-30-X
C783 Q977 R976

C784

D784
100/16

10/16
BUS2 Q10 0.01 27k
To SHEET 2

BUS3 UN2211-X

D973
C902
BUCK 2.2/50

10K
C974

0.01
CCE

0.1
RST IC901

MONO
HA13164A

SEEK/STOP

R973
R971

R972
SD/ST

C972
AFCK
8V
IFC-CONT
FM/AM
PLLDA
PLLCE
PLLCL

D974
PLLDI

L701

C971

D972

2.2k

2.2k
GND 4.7u
DIMIN R729 IC771
MP3REQ
47k BR24L16F-W-X
MP3RESET
10k

C782
1k

1k

D971 RB160M-30-X
MP3STBY VSS 0.082
C711
10k

10k

R72610k

R72810k
MP3DIN 220/6.3 RB160M-30-X
R763

R721
R722

R902
Q781

9.1k
UN2111-X
MP3DOUT MA111-X
MP3CLK D902
R725
R723

IC701 C713
DAC-CDTI 0.01

270
270
DAC-CCLK UPD784217AGC305

RR+

FR+

RL+
RR-

FL+
FR-

RL-
C331

C321

FL-
QNZ0650-001
DAC-CSN C771

0.1

0.1
0.047

R771
C781

R772
DAC-PDN
100/6.3

R906
CDON

C906

C905

C919

C904

C913

C911
C910

C915

C914
100/16
47/16

10/16

10/16

10/16

10/16

CN901
C912

R903
0.01

1k
0.1

0.1
CDRW

0.01

4.7k
220/6.3

220/6.3
C909

C908
C907
220/10
MA111-X
SW5V R720 1.2k

D781
VDD5V

C903
R719 0

47/16
R730
R702 10k 10K
DETACH
C706 VDD
ACC5V
0.047 R732
REMOCON 10K J321 QMFZ047-150-T

R881
ENC1 0.01 R892 QNN0519-001

10k
VOLDA R181 100 R734 2.2k 47k R891
(SHEET 3)

ENC2 1k Q881

MA111-X
2.2k LCDCE
To CJ601

VOLCL R182 100 R735 UN2211-X R882

MA111-X
DIMOUT C712 100K

D892
R736 2.2k LCDCL

D891
R773 47k TELMUTE
LCDCL R776 47k LCDDA
R761 47k

C881
R774 47k C707

47/16
LCDDA R762 47k RD 0.047
R775 47k TD Q891 TELMUTE
LCDCE
R760 47k UN2211-X
KEY0 47k R707
R759 47k C891
KEY1 0.1
BUCK R716 1k 47k
KEY2
CCE R715 1k R706
DIMIN
RST R703 100
R714 10k R741 10k
D701
D702

D703

D704
D705

D706

D707
D708

D709

D711
D710

C716
C717

CN701 SM
QGZ1601J1-15 BUS0 R742 10k
0.1
0.1

BUS1 SQ
BUS2 R743 10k LEVEL ANT
10
Parts are safety assurance parts.
KEY2 R727
BUS3
RA701
R744
R745
10k
10k KEY1 When replacing those parts make
NRZ0065-102X KEY0
CDRW
R708 3.3k
R746
10k ENC2
4.7k R747
sure to use the specified one.
4.7k R748
R782
47K

VPP 4.7k R749

R717
0
10M R755

R704 47k
R751
0 R727

4.7k R765
R754

10k
R718

R781
820

R750

47K
0

R705 47k
10k
REMOCON
STEERING

4.7k R768
RDSDA
RDSCL

ENC1
PSW
SW2

SW1
LM0
LM1

ANT

X1
STEERING

R701
47k
R766

MA111-X
2.2k

X701 X702
0.047

IC702
R752 47k

R753 47k
4.7u

IC-PST3433U-X
0.047
C708

RESET
R767
22k

D712 C718
D713

C709

R757
C705

C704

C703

C702

C701

0.01
L702

R756
27P

27P

22P

MA8062/M/-X 100P C710 2.2k


8P

47k 47/6.3

QAX0617-001Z QAX0401-001

CN702
QGA2006F1-02

SHEET 1
QAM0686-001

2-2
CD servo control section

RST

LM1
R504 15k
DMO

R518
C512
R507

5.1k
0.01
6.8k
R502 8.2k
FOO C508 R586 6.8k
R503 4.7k 0.01 R581 8.2k
FMO R585 180 C582 CD.R
47/10
R517 C511 R584 180 270P
R506 0.1
8.2k C501 C581
8.2k Q501 3300P
C580 4.7/25

2SB1322/RS/-T
AOUTR-
C589 4.7/25 R582 8.2k
AOUTR+ R583 8.2k
IC581

R515 22

R514 22
NJM4565M-WE
R593 8.2k

C599 4.7/25 R592 8.2k R594 180

LA6242H-X
AOUTL+

IC501
C590 4.7/25 C591 C583 C593

R598
AOUTL-

R588
3300P 270P 270P
Q502 180

1k

1k
R595 C592
2SB1132/QR/-W R591 8.2k 270P
R596 6.8k
CD.L
R516

47/6.3
R508
330

1k
0.1

0.1
3k

R587
C596 C597

1k

47/6.3
0.01

C585

C584

R597

C594

C595
R501 100/10

C505

C506
0.047

0.047
C504

0.047 C507
0.047
33k TRO

TRACKING+
TRACKING-
SPINDLE+
SPINDLE-
R511 1.5k

FOCUS+
FOCUS-
R510
8.2k
FEED+
LM0 C502

FEED-

C598
C503

0.001
DMO
FMO

FOO
TRO
0.01 100/10
R512 12k
1.5k R509

C559 0.047

100/6.3

0.047
0.047
0.047
C562
0.01

0.01
C558 0.047
R513 1.5k 0.1
C529
C526 C557 470P
100/6.3

100/6.3
C565

C561

C528

C555
C554
C553
C556 470P

0.01
C566
RFGC

RFRP
RF

FE
C532 R533 RF VREF R548 0
VREF
SEL

QGB2027M4-22S
68p 1k R547 0

R553

1M

R552 100
R551 100
TEB
R546 0
CN501
9V

C533
0.01
R534 R532 R531 R535

R550

R549
RFGC

100

100
CD.R
15k 2k 10k 100
C531 C530 0.1 A-GND

R530
L541 47u

56k
C534 CD.L
GND 5p 0.1 R537 CDRW PSW
FEED- FEED- 0 IC541
SW1
VF2 VF2 C568 0.1 TC94A14FA
SW2
FEED+ FEED+
LM0
VCC VCC C552 0.033 LM1
GND C570 100/6.3 TE
VT2 VT2
BUS0
SW1 SW1

TA2157FN-X
C571 0.01 RFDC

IC521
BUS1
VT1 VT1 FE
BUS2

To SHEET 1
SW2 SW2 C551 RFRP
BUS3
VF1 VF1 R545 C572
0.033 100/6.3 BUCK
PSW PSW R539 10k
VR 150 C527 CCE
C550 0.01 RST
SPINDLE- SPINDLE- C549 0.0027 RF
0.0068 8V
LD LD
SPINDLE+ SPINDLE+ VF1 R523 82k R529 R536 GND
C548 0.01
FOCUS- FOCUS- VF2 R524 82k MP3REQ
82k 820
VREF VREF VT2 R525 330k BUS0 BUCK C547 R544 MP3RESET

RFDC
C560 MP3STBY

TEB
SEL
FOCUS+ FOCUS+ VT1 R526 330k BUS1 CCE 0.015 10K 0.01

TE
MD MD VCC BUS2 RST R543 MP3DIN
TRACKING+ TRACKING+ BUS3 MP3DOUT

MD
RA550 R559 470k
TRACKING- TRACKING- C521 NRZ0065-103X MP3CLK
0.01 0.01

R542

47k
1.5M C509 DAC-CDTI
C525 100/6.3 L543 R558 DAC-CCLK
LD

R541 C546 DAC-CSN


C522 C523 R527 22 47u 10k

UN2111-X
5.6k DAC-PDN

100/6.3
47P

Q541
100/6.3 UN2211-X

C541
0.01 R528 22 CDON
Q542 C542
C524 C543 CDRW
0.01 1/50

L544
Q521 C545 C544 C569
CDON

47u
0.01 SW5V
0.01 0.01
2SB1241/QR/-T 100/6.3 VDD5V

R459 100

IC461 R460 100


NJU7772F15-X

C510

DAC-CCLK
DAC-CDTI

DAC-CSN

DAC-PDN
0.01

AOUTR+
AOUTL+

AOUTR-
AOUTL-
R417

R418

47/6.3
MA8051/M/-X

C481
IC481

C482
R481
180

0.1
0
AK4385ET-X

0
100/6.3
L401
47u
C464

C461
C409

D481
0.1

0.1
C408

2SB624/4/-X
C407

C462 C463
C421

100p
0.01

Q543
0.01

Q544 100/6.3 100/6.3


L402 UN2111-X
R416
47k

C422 47u
100/6.3
1K
R415 R451 22k MP3STBY
UN2211-X

IC401
Q545

TC94A34FG-002
R452

47k

L404 R454 4.7k R453 2.2k MP3CLK


47u
R456 4.7k R455 2.2k MP3DOUT C483
MP3DIIN
47 0.1
R458 4.7k R457 2.2k MP3RESET
R402
MP3REQ
R401
10k

C411 100/6.3 R440

SN74AHCT1G04K-X
C440
C412 0.01 0.01 4.7K C430

C425
UN2211-X

IC491
12p X401
C420 QAX0760-001Z
0.01

R405 10K
R403

0.01
1M

C419 2K
C404

R423 Q440
0.01

12p

R424
C413 220
0.1

C414
0.0022
R433 47

R413 4.7K
R414 4.7K
R412 4.7K

C416
0.01
R404
C415 C402
0.1 0.01 10k
C405 R407 2.2K
1/50 C403
0.01 R409 2.2K
R408 2.2K
R406 47

SHEET 2

2-3
S612
3.9K
R610
LCD1

QLD0351-001

S611

S618
2.7K
2.7K

R615
R609

S610
S605

S617
1.8K
1.8K
1.8K

R614
R608
R604
COM1
LCD & Key control section

S609
COM2

S616
S604
COM3

1.2K
1.2K
1.2K

R613
R607
R603
S1
S2
S3

S608
S4

S615
S603

820
820
820
S5

R612
R606
R602
S6
S7
S8

S607
S602
S9

S614
820
820
820
S10

R611
R605
R601
S11
S12
S13

S613
S606
S601
S14
S15

KEY2
KEY1
KEY0
S16
S17
S18
S19
S20
D603 D602 D601 R645 S21
S22
VOL- VOL+ DISP S23
R644 330
S24
D604 R643 1.3K S25
S26
SEL S27
R642 1.3K
S28
D607 D606 D605 R641 S29
S30
3 2 1 S31
R640 470 S32
D609 D608 R639 S33
S34
FM/AM CD S35
R638 680 S36
D610 D611 D612 R637 S37
S38
6 5 4 S39
R636 470 S40
D613 R635 S41
S42
EJECT S43
R634 820 S44
D616 D615 D614 R633 S45
S46
MODE UP DOWN S47
R632 330
S48
D617 R631 1.3K S49
S50
TP S51
R630 1.3K
D618 S52

2-4
R629 820

POWER

D631
NSPW310BS/BRS/ R628

390
D632
NSPW310BS/BRS/ R627

390
Q671

Q672

R673
2SB624/4/-X

UN2211-X
470

1k
R671

R672

47k
10/6.3
C603

R651
10k

180k
R658
D643
R653

2.2k
MA111-X

D641 MA8051/M/-X

C601 0.022
R652
2.2k
LCDDA

680P
C602
LCDCL R656 10k
LCDCE R655 10k
R654 10k

S52
S51
COM3
COM2
COM1

S50
51k
R657

S49
IC602
RPM7338-V4

S48
S1 S47
S2 S46
S3 S45
S4 S44
S5 S43
S6 S42
R661

S7 S41
IC601

S8 S40
PT6523LQ-L

S9 S39
10k

S10
C611
0.012

S38
S11 S37
D644 MA8062/M/-X

S12 S36
S13 S35
S14 S34
S15
C612

S33
4.7/6.3

S16
470
R662

S17
S18
S19
S20
S21
S22
S23
S24
S25
S26
S27
S28
S29
S30
S31
S32
GND
KEY2
KEY1
KEY0
LCDCL
ACC5V

LCDCE
LCDDA
ILL_10V

DIMOUT
REMOCON
CJ601
QGZ1601K1-15S

To CN701
(SHEET 1)
SHEET 3
Printed circuit boards (For KD-G311 and KD-G312 E, EX, EY, EU version)
Main board

Forward side Reverse side

C911
CN901

C971
C910 D971
J801
D972
IC901 J321
J321 C906 IC901

D351
C914 D341 C321 R971
C910 Q341

D331
R331

R905
R906
R333
D321

R343
R892 R891

R353

R323
D901 L901 C913 J801 C903 C914
D891 D781 C802 L901

R902
R972

R903
D892 C905 C913 D901
C904 C904

R351

R342

R322
R321

R332
C891 C163 C173 D973
R719 C173

R352
CN901 C915

R341
R881
Q891 C902 C163 Q331 C902 D974 C318 C319
Q351
Q976
R901 C905 C903 Q321 R904
C961

C712
C962
C963
C964

Q977
C974
Q781

C919 C919 R901 C308


C318 C907 D902

R976
C308 PP2 C974 R973
R196

D712
C331
R183 C972
C183 PP2

C322
L1 D784 C315
J1
D991

TU1 J1 R882

R185
R184
D993
D994
D992

D1
C912

R195
D995 C965

R977
D996 C966

D998 C968
D997 C967

C184

D242
C907 C908 C881

C243
Q901

C718
C189 Q902 CN702

C323
CN702

D2
C315 C165 L1 C784
C784 C187 C8
Q881

C781 Q784 C781

R188
R312 C908 R163 C182
C304 C313
C303 C314

R187 C188 C182


R311 C881 R164 R162 C188 Q241 C311
IC301
C164 R793

D243
R301 R169 C9 R245

R242
R243
R244

R246
Q5 C9

R165
R302 C244 C241 C242 C169 C312
C311 C170 C161 IC171 C161

C324
R205
C312 C244 R247

D244
C158
R780 R783 C782 C316 C185 C242 C245 C301 C302
IC301

R4 C170
D782 R784 C783 C2 R5 C169 R248
Q782
C310

R158

C325
C168 R161 R241
C191 D240 C316
R201 C4
C302 C185

C241
C301 C162 C167

C997
C195 C162

R198
C719

D5
C191 C196 C317

R1
R11
R31

C901
R539

C1

C166
C307

D4
C901
R524

R525
R526
R523

C317 C4 C195 C320

C168

C10
C307
R197 D241

R170

R6
R202 C186 Q7 CN501
Q6
C524 IC161 R7 C156

C194

C176
R176

C507
C180 C1 C43 C31 R166 R171

R186
R174
CN501
R516

C503 C180 C503

C43
C31 C3
C174 C41 R40 C38

C42
Q502

C6
R175 R172 C48 R38 C193 C177 C502
C506

C193
R39

C521
C172 C40

C37
R513

R173
R509 C989 C3
Q31 C40

R41
C44
R510
R511
R512

C47

R515
C179

X31

R514
C533 R508 C179 C50 C172