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SERVICE MANUAL
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SERVICE MANUAL VIDEO CASSETTE RECORDER MODELS VC-A582U/A582U(A)/H982U

VIDEO CASSETTE RECORDER

VC-A582U/A582U(A)

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In the interests of user-safety (Required by safety regulations in some countries) the set should be restored to its original condition and only parts identical to those specified be used.

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CONTENTS
Page 1. GENERAL INFORMATION .............................. 4 1-1 FEATURES ................................................. 4 1-2 SPECIFICATIONS ..................................... 4 1-3 LOCATION OF MAJOR COMPONENTS AND CONTROL ......................................... 5 2. DISASSEMBLY AND REASSEMBLY .............. 6 2-1 DISASSEMBLY OF MAJOR BLOCKS ....... 6 2-2 DISASSEMBLING THE MECHANISM/ MAIN PWB ASSEMBLY ............................. 7 2-3 CARES WHEN REASSEMBLING .............. 8 3. FUNCTION OF MAJOR MECHANICAL PARTS .............................................................. 9 4. ADJUSTMENT, REPLACEMENT AND ASSEMBLY OF MECHANICAL UNITS .......... 11 4-1 MECHANISM CONFIRMATION ADJUSTMENT JIG .................................. 11 5. ELECTRICAL ADJUSTMENT ........................ 30 5-1 ADJUSTMENT OF HEAD SWITCHING POINT ....................................................... 31 Page 5-2 ADJUSTMENT OF FV (False Vertical Sync) OF STILL PICTURE ................................. 31 5-3 CHECKING OF OFF TRACK ................ 31 5-4 ADJUSTMENT OF SIF-INPUT LEVEL .... 32 5-5 ADJUSTMENT OF FILTER ...................... 32 5-6 ADJUSTMENT OF STEREO VCO ........... 32 5-7 ADJUSTMENT OF STEREO SEPARATION ...........................................32 6. MECHANISM OPERATION FLOWCHART AND TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE .............. 33 7. TROUBLESHOOTING ................................... 39 8. BLOCK DIAGRAM ..........................................51 9. SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM AND PWB FOIL PATTERN ....................................................... 61 10.REPLACEMENT PARTS LIST ....................... 77 11.EXPLODED VIEW OF MECHANICAL PARTS ............................................................ 90 12.PACKING OF THE SET ................................. 95

SHARP CORPORATION

This document has been published to be used for after sales service only. The contents are subject to change without notice. 1

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IMPORTANT SERVICE NOTES


BEFORE RETURNING THE VIDEO CASSETTE RECORDER Before returning the video cassette recorder to the user, perform the following safety checks. etc.) and measure the AC voltage drop across the resistor. Reverse the AC plug on the set and repeat AC voltage measurements for each exposed part. Any reading of 0.45V rms (this corresponds to 0.3mA rms AC.) or more is excessive and indicates a potential shock hazard which must be corrected before returning the video cassette recorder to the owner.

1. Inspect all lead dress to make certain that leads are not pinched or that hardware is not lodged between the chassis and other metal parts in the video cassette recorder. 2. Inspect all protective devices such as non-metallic control knobs, insulation materials, cabinet backs, adjustment and compartment covers or shields, isolation resistor/capacitor networks, mechanical insulators etc. 3. To be sure that no shock hazard exists, check for current in the following manner. G Plug the AC line cord directly into a 120 volt AC outlet (Do not use an isolation transformer for this test). G Using two clip leads, connect a 1.5k ohm, 10 watt resistor paralleled by a 0.15F capacitor in series with all exposed metal cabinet parts and a known earth ground, such as a water pipe or conduit. G Use an SSVM or VOM with 1000 ohm per volt, or higher, sensitivity or measure the AC voltage drop TO EXPOSED across the resistor (See Diagram). METAL PARTS G Move the resistor connection to earth exposed metal part having a return path to the chassis (antenna, metal cabinet, screw heads, knobs and control shafts,

SSVM AC SCALE
1.5k ohms. 10W

0.15 F TEST PROBE CONNECT TO KNOWN EARTH GROUND

WARNING :TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE OR ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT EXPOSE THIS APPLIANCE TO RAIN OR MOISTURE.


CAUTION:
1.6A 125V

CAUTION
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK DO NOT OPEN

CAUTION: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK. DO NOT REMOVE COVER. NO USER-SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE. REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL.

This symbol warns the user of uninsulated voltage within the unit that can cause dangerous electric shocks.

This symbol alerts the user that there are important operating and maintenance instructions in the literature accompanying this unit. This symbol mark means fast operating fuse. For continued protection against risk of fire, replace only with same type fuse F901 (1.6A, 125V).

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PRECAUTIONS IN PART REPLACEMENT


When servicing the unit with power on, be careful to the section marked white all over. This is the primary power circuit which is live. When checking the soldering side in the tape travel mode, make sure first that the tape has been loaded and then turn over the PWB with due care to the primary power circuit. Make readjustment, if needed after replacement of part, with the mechanism and its PWB in position in the main frame.

(1) Start and end sensors: Q701 and Q702


Insert the sensors projection deep into the upper hole of the holder. Referring to the PWB, fix the sensors tight enough.

(2) Photocoupler: IC901


Refer to the symbol on the PWB and the anode marking of the part.

(3) Cam switches A and B: D708 and D709.


Adjust the notch of the part to the white marker of the symbol on the PWB. Do not allow any looseness.

(4) Take-up and supply sensors: D707 and D706.


Be careful not to confuse the setting direction of the parts in reference to the symbols on the PWB. Do not allow any losseness.

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1. GENERAL INFORMATION
1-1 FEATURES
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 8 Hours of Recording/Playback(T-160) 181 ch Cable Ready With Frequency Synthesizer Tuner CM Skip Search Automatic Playback Function Blue Screen & On Screen Set-up Programming Function Full Loading System Simple Recording Timer Tamper Proof Function Automatic Tracking System 10.Daylight Saving Time 11.3-Language OSD 12.19 m System (EP Mode) 13.Universal R/C 14.S picture 15.Instant Replay 16.EZ Set Up (Automatically Channel set up) 17.High speed FF/REW (*360)

1-2 SPECIFICATIONS
1) Recording system Format: Luminance signal: Chroma signal: Color system: Number of video head: Tape speed: 2) Video signal Input level: Output level: Horizontal resolution: Signal to noise ratio: 3) Audio signal Input level: Output level: Frequency response: Signal to noise ratio: Hi-Fi Dynamic range: Wow and flutter: 4) Receiving channel VHF: UHF: CATV: Antenna input Impedance: 5) Misc. Fast forward/Rewind time: Power source: Power consumption: Allowable ambient temperature: Operating humidity: Dimensions: Weight: Accessories included: 0.5 ~ 2.0Vp-p, 75 ohm Unbalanced 1.0Vp-p, 75 ohm Unbalanced 220 lines (SP mode) 45dB (SP mode) 8dBs (309mVrms, 47k ohm) 8dBs (309mVrms, 1k ohm) 80Hz ~ 10kHz (SP mode linear), 20Hz ~ 20kHz (Hi-Fi mode) 43dB (SP mode linear) 90dB (VC-H982U) 0.005% max. (Hi-Fi mode) with T-120 tape Channels 2 ~ 13 Channels 14 ~ 69 Channels A-8, A-5 ~ W + 84 VHF/UHF; 75 ohm VHS NTSC standard FM recording Low frequency converted direct recording NTSC 4 SP (33.35mm/sec.) LP (16.67mm/sec.) (playback only) EP (11.12mm/sec.)

Approximate 1 minute with T-120 cassette 120V, 60Hz 20W with T-120 tape 5C to 40C (41F to 104F) below 80% RH 360 (W), 261(D), 92(H) mm (14-11/64, 10-9/32, 3-5/8 inch) 2.7kg (5.8 lbs) 75 ohm coaxial cable, Operation manual, Registration card infrared remote control, Battery (2 pcs.) Note: Specifications may be changed for improvement without notice.

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1-3 LOCATION OF MAJOR COMPONENTS AND CONTROL

Major Components of Your VCR

Remote Control

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2. DISASSEMBLY AND REASSEMBLY


2-1 DISASSEMBLY OF MAJOR BLOCKS
TOP CABINET FRONT PANEL : Remove 3 screws 1. : Remove shuttle switch knob 2. Remove 1 screw 3 and 7 clips 4. OPERATION : Remove 1 screw 5. Take it out (SHUTTLE JOG) of connector 6. PWB DRUM SHIELD MECHANISM/ MAIN PWB : Remove 1 screw q with drum shield. : Remove 2 screws 7, 1 screw 8, 1 screw 9. Remove 1 screw 0 with antenna terminal cover.

TOP CABINET

S H A R P

ANTENNA TERMINAL COVER

11 10 7

MECHANISM/ MAIN PWB ASSEMBLY DRUM SHIELD

FRONT PANEL

MAIN FRAME

5 9 4 6

OPERATION PWB

SHUTTLE SWITCH KNOB

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2-2 DISASSEMBLING THE MECHANISM/MAIN PWB ASSEMBLY


1. When removing the mechanism from the main PWB, remove the antenna cover 1 screw 1, and remove the antenna cover. Remove the PWB bottom plate 1 screw 2. Remove the FFC cable (AA, AD, AH) 3 which connects the PWB and the mechanism. Take out vertically the mechanism so that it does not damage the adjacent parts. 2. Removing the mechanism and cassette controller Remove 2 screws 4 fixing the cassette controller to the mechanism, and remove the cassette controller.

MECHANISM CHASSIS

CASSETTE HOUSING

MAIN PWB

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2-3 CARES WHEN REASSEMBLING


INSTALLING THE CASSETTE CONTROLLER When the cassette controller is installed on the mechanism, the initial setting is essential condition. There are two initial setting methods, namely electrical and mechanical. 1. Electrical initial setting So as to perform initial setting of mechanism execute the Step 1 of Installation of cassette housing. After ascertaining the return to the initial setting position (*1) install the
Pulley feed gear Casecon drive gear

cassette controller. (Conditions: When mechanism and PWB have been installed) 2. Mechanical initial setting Feed the pulley feed gear of loading motor with screw driver. After ascertaining the return to the initial set position (*1) install the cassette controller in the specified position. (This method is applied only for the mechanism.)

Screwdriver

Tilt mark (*1)

Drive angle of cassette control

INSTALLING THE MECHANISM ON PWB Lower vertically the mechanism, paying attention to the mechanism edge, and install the mechanism with due care so that the parts are not damaged. So as to fix the mechanism to the main PWB install two housings. (Fit the antenna cover to one of them. For other, fix the vicinity of loading motor and solder joint side of main PWB.) Connect again the FFC cable (AA-MH, AD-ME, AH-MH) between the mechanism and the main PWB.

PARTS WHICH NEED PARTICULAR CARE When installing the mechanism chassis on the PWB unit, take care so as to prevent deformation due to contact of mechanism chassis with REC TIP SW.

AE CONNECTOR

END SENSOR AC CONNECTOR REC TIP SW

START SENSOR AL CONNECTOR

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3. FUNCTION OF MAJOR MECHANICAL PARTS (TOP VIEW)

15

17

18

10 27

14 1 9 2 7 11 5

12 8

16 6 4 13

No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Full erase head Sup pole base Tension arm Idler assy

Function

No. 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 Tu main brake Pinch drive cam A/C Head assy Reverse guide

Function

Pinch drive lever assy Supply reel disk Sup main brake

Casecon drive gear Take-up reel disk Pinch roller lever assy

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FUNCTION OF MAJOR MECHANICAL PARTS (BOTTOM VIEW)

21 22 19 20 26

25

23

24

No. 15 16 17 18 19 20 21

Function Upper and lower drum assy Loading motor Drum motor Tu pole base assy Slow brake Master cam Capstan D.D. motor 10

No. 22 23 24 25 26 27 Reel belt Clutch lever

Function

Limiter pulley ass'y Casecon drive gear Shifter Fixing guide

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4. MECHANISM ADJUSTMENT, REPLACEMENT, ASSEMBLING AND CLEANING METHODS


The explanation given below relates to the on-site general service (field service) but it does not relates to the adjustment and replacement which need high-grade equipment, jigs and skill. For example, the drum assembling, replacement and adjustment service must be performed by the person who have finished the technical courses.

4-1 MECHANISM CONFIRMATION ADJUSTMENT JIG


So as to perform completely the mechanism adjustment prepare the following special jigs. So as to maintain the initial performance of the machine the maintenance and check are necessary. Utmost care must be taken so that the tape is not damaged. If adjustment needs any jig, be sure to sue the required jig. No. 1. Jig ltem Torque Cassette Meter Part No. JiGVHT-063 JiGTG0090 2. Torque Gauge JiGTG1200 3. Torque Gauge Head JiGTH0006 CN AW When fixing any part to the threaded hole using resin with screw, use the jig. (Specified torque 5 kg) These Jigs are used for checking and adjusting the reel disk height. There are two gauges used for the tension measurements, 300 g and 2.0kg. This Jig is used with the tension gauge. Rotary transformer clearance adjusting jig. These Jigs are used for loosening or tightening special hexagon type screws.
This Jig is used for height adjustment of the reverse guide (for reverse guide height adjustment).

Code CZ CM

Configuration

Remarks
This cassette torque meter is used for checking and adjusting the torque of take-up for measuring tape back tension.

These Jigs are used for checking and adjusting the torque of take-up and supply reel disks.

4.

Torque Driver Master Plane Jig and Reel Disk Height Adjusting Jig Tension Gauge Pinch pressing force measuring jig Hex Wrench (1.2 mm)

JiGTD1200 JiGRH0002 JiGMP0001 JiGSG2000 JiGSG0300

CB BR BY BS BF BK AE AE AR

5.

6.

7.

JiGADP003 JiGHW0012 JiGHW0015 JiGDRiVER11055

8. 9.

Hex Wrench (1.5 mm) Reverse guide height adjusting box driver

These tapes are especially used for electrical fine adjustment.


Video Audio 7k 1k 1k HiFi Audio Track 58m 58m 19m

10. Alignment Tape VROATSV VROEFZCS 11. adjustment drive X value adjustment 12. gear type screw driver 13. Reverse Guide Height Adjusting Jig
Guide roller height

CD BG

525 Monoscope NTSC Color Bar Black Level (only SYNC) signal

JiGDRiVERH-4 AP JiGDRiVER-6 JiGRVGH-F18 BM BU 11

This screwdriver is used for adjusting the guide roller height.

For X value adjustment

This Jig is used for height adjustment of the reverse guide.

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MAINTENANCE CHECK ITEMS AND EXECUTION TIME


Perform the maintenance with the regular intervals as follows so as to maintain the quality of machine. Parts Guide roller assy Sup Guide Shaft Retaining guide Slant pole Full-erase head A/C head Colour and beating Small sound or sound distortion Clean tape contact area with Poor S/N ratio, no colour the specified cleaning liquid. Poor flatness of the envelope with alignment tape No tape running, uneven colour No tape running, tape Clean rubber and rubber slack contact area with the No tape running, tape specified cleaning liquid. slack, no fast forward/ rewind motion Screen swaying Cassette not loaded or unloaded No tape running, tape slack Tape slack Lateral noises Head occasionally blocked Maintained 500 1000 1500 2000 3000 hrs. hrs. hrs. hrs. hrs. Possible symptom encountered Remarks Abnormal rotation or significant vibration requires replacement. Clean tape contact part with the specified cleaning liquid.

Upper and lower drum assy

Capstan D.D. Motor Pinch roller

Reel belt Tension band assy Loading Motor Idler assy Limiter pulley Supply/take-up Main brake levers NOTE: : Part replacement. : Cleaning : Oil refilling <Specified> Cleaning liquid Industrial ethyl alcohol

* This mechanism does not need electric adjustment with variable resistor. Check parts. If any deviation is found, clean or replace parts.

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REMOVING AND INSTALLING THE CASSETTE HOUSING


Removal 1. In the cassette removing mode remove the cassette. 2. Unplug the power cord. 3. Remove in the following numerical order. a) Remove two screws 1. b) Slide and pull up the cassette housing control.

Notes: 1. When fitting the S/E sensor holder to the cassette controller frame L/R, take care. 2. Misengagement of teeth of casecon drive gear and drive angle gear causes malfunction. (The cassette cannot be set, load and ejection are repeated). 3. In the case when you use the magnet screw driver, never approach the magnet driver to the A/C head, FE head, and drum. 4. When installing or removing, take care so that the cassette housing control and tool do not contact the guide pin or drum. 5. After installing the cassette housing control once perform cassette loading operation.

TO RUN A TAPE WITHOUT THE CASSETTE HOUSING CONTROL ASSEMBLY


1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. Figure 4-1. Reassembly 1. Before installing the cassette housing control, shortcircuit TP801 provided at the center (when facing to the main PWB), press the eject button. The casecon drive gear turns and stops when the positioning mark appears. Engage two teeth of casecon drive gear with the three teeth of casecon drive angle gear, and set on the mechanism chassis as shown below. Remove the full-surface panel. Short-circuit TP801. Plug in the power cord. Turn off the power switch. (The pole bases move into U.L.position.) Open the lid of a cassette tape by hand. Hold the lid with two pieces of vinyl tape. Set the cassette tape in the mechanism chassis. Stabilize the cassette tape with a weight (500g) to prevent floating. Turn on the power switch. Perform running test.

500g

Weight to prevent float (500g)

Mechanism chassis

Figure 4-3. Note: The weight should not be more than 500g.
Casecon drive angle gear

Casecon drive gear

To take out the cassette tape. 1. Turn off the power switch. 2. Take out the cassette tape.

Figure 4-2. 2. Install in the reverse order of removal.

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REEL DISK REPLACEMENT AND HEIGHT CHECK


1. 2. 3. 4. Removal Remove the cassette housing control assembly. Pull the tension band out of the tension arm ass'y. Remove the Sup/Tu main brake ass'y. Open the hook at the top of the reel disk, and remove the reel disk. Note: Take care so that the tension band ass'y and main brake ass'y (especially soft brake) are not deformed.
Tension arm ass'y Tu main brake ass'y Sup main brake ass'y

4. Assemble the Sup main brake ass'y. Notes: 1. When installing the reel disk, take due care so that the tension band ass'y is not deformed and grease does no adhere. 2. Do not damage the Sup main brake ass'y. Be careful so that grease does not adhere to the brake surface. Reassembly (Take-up reel disk) 1. Clean the reel disk shaft and apply grease (SC-141) to it. 2. Align the phase of the reel disk to that of the reel relay gear and to install a new take-up reel disk onto the shaft. 3. Check the reel disk height and reassemble the take-up main brake ass'y. Note: 1. Take care so that the Tu main brake ass'y is not damaged. Take care so that grease does not adhere the brake surface. 2. After reassembly, check the video search rewind back tension (see page 17), and check the brake torque (see page 19). Height checking and adjustment Note: 1. Set the master plane with due care so that it does not contact the drum. 2. When putting the master plane, shift the reverse guide a little in the loading direction. Care must be taken since excessive shift results in damage.

Tension band ass'y

Supply reel disk

Take-up reel disk

Master plane Reverse guide

Figure 4-4. Note: When the tension band ass'y is pressed in the direction of the arrow for removal, the catch is hard to be deformed.

Supply reel disk Cassette lock release shaft Take-up reel disk Position pin

Figure 4-6. Note: Check that the reel disk is lower than part A but higher than part B. If the height is not correct, readjust the reel disk height by changing the poly-slider washer under the reel disk.

Figure 4-5. Reassembly (Supply reel disk) 1. Clean the reel disk shaft and apply grease (SC-141) to it. 2. Match the phases of reel disk and reel relay gear, and set the new reel disk. 3. After checking the reel disk height, wind the tension band ass'y around the reel disk, and insert into the hole of tension arm ass'y.

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Note: Whenever replacing the reel disk, perform the height checking and adjustment.
Master plane Reel disk height adjusting jig Mechanism chassis
A

Notes: 1. Hold the torque gauge by hand so that it is not moved. 2. Do not keep the reel disk in lock state. Do not allow longtime measurement.

10 0.2mm

Reel disk

CHECKING AND ADJUSTMENT OF TAKE-UP TORQUE IN REWIND MODE


Remove the cassette housing control assembly. After short-circuiting TP801 provided at the center (facing to the main PWB), plug in the power cord. Setting 1. Set a torque gauge to zero on the scale. Place it on the supply reel disk. 2. Press the rewind button. 3. To calculate the remaining capacity, slowly rotate the take-up reel disk, and then shift it into the rewind mode. Checking 1. Turn the torque gauge slowly (one rotation every 2 to 3 seconds) by hand in the CCW direction. 2. Make sure that the indication of torque gauge is not less than 30mNm (306gfcm).
Torque gauge

Reel disk

Figure 4-7.

CHECKING AND ADJUSTMENT OF TAKE-UP TORQUE IN FAST FORWARD MODE


Remove the cassette housing control assembly. After short-circuiting TP801 provided at the center (facing to the main PWB), plug in the power cord. Setting 1. Set a torque gauge to zero on the scale. Place it on the take-up reel disk. 2. Press the FF button. 3. To calculate the remaining capacity of the play back mode, slowly rotate the supply reel disk, and then shift it into the forward mode. Checking 1. Turn the torque gauge slowly (one rotation every 2 to 3 seconds) by hand in the CW direction. 2. Make sure that the indication of torque gauge is not less than 30mNm (306gfcm).
Torque gauge

30mNm (306gfcm) or more CCW

The gauge is held at its maximum value. (Red mark)

Supply reel disk 30mNm (306gfcm) or more CW

The gauge is held at its maximum value. (Red mark)

Idler ass'y

Figure 4-9. Adjustment 1. If the rewind winding-up torque is less than the specified value, clean the capstan D.D. motor pulley, drive belt, and limiter pulley with cleaning liquid, rewind again, and check the winding-up torque. 2. If the winding-up torque is still out of range, replace the drive belt.

Idler ass'y

Figure 4-8. Adjustment 1. If the FF winding-up torque is less than the specified value, clean the capstan D.D. motor pulley, drive belt, and limiter pulley with cleaning liquid, and check again. 2. If the torque is less that the set value, replace the reel belt.

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Notes: 1. Hold the torque gauge by hand so that it is not moved. 2. Do not keep the reel disk in lock state. Do not allow longtime measurement.

CHECKING AND ADJUSTMENT OF TAKE-UP TORQUE IN VIDEO SEARCH REWIND MODE


Remove the cassette housing control assembly. After short-circuiting TP801 provided at the center (facing to the main PWB), plug in the power cord. Setting Press the playback button and rewind button to set the video search rewinding mode. Checking 1. Place the torque gauge on the supply reel disk, and turn it counterclockwise very slowly (one rotation every 1 to 2 seconds) and check that the torque is within the set value 14.0 3.9mNm. (144 40gfcm)
Torque gauge

CHECKING AND ADJUSTMENT OF TAKE-UP TORQUE IN RECORD/PLAYBACK MODE


Remove the cassette housing control assembly. After short-circuiting TP801 provided at the center (facing to the main PWB), plug in the power cord. Turn off the power switch. Open the cassette torque meter lid, and fix it with tape. Load the cassette torque meter into the unit. Put the weight (500g) on the cassette torque meter. Turn on the power switch. Press the picture record button, and set EP picture record mode (x3).
Set value EP6.9 2.5mNm (70 25gfcm)

CCW

500g

Cassette torque meter Supply reel disk

Figure 4-10. Checking 1. Make sure that value is within the setting 6.9 2.5mNm (70 25gfcm). 2. The winding-up torque fluctuates due to variation of rotation torque of limiter pulley ass'y. Read the center value of fluctuation as setting. 3. Set the EP record mode (x3) and make sure that the winding-up torque is within setting. Adjustment If the playback winding-up torque is not within the setting, replace the limiter pulley assembly. Note: When the torque cassette is set, put a weight (500g) to prevent rise. When the cassette torque meter is taken out. Turn off the power switch. Figure 4-11.

Note: Surely put the torque gauge on the reel disk to measure. If the torque gauge is raised, accurate measurement is impossible. Adjustment 1. If the rewinding playback winding-up torque is not within the setting, replace the limiter pulley assembly. Note: The winding-up torque fluctuates due to variation of rotation torque of supply reel disk. Read the center value of fluctuation as setting.

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CHECKING THE VIDEO SEARCH REWIND BACK TENSION


Remove the cassette housing control assembly. After short-circuiting TP801 provided at the center (facing to the main PWB), plug in the power cord. Checking 1. After pressing the play button, press the rewind button, and set the video search rewind mode. 2. Place the torque gauge on the take-up reel disk, and turn it counterclockwise very slowly (one rotation every 2 to 3 seconds) and check that the torque is within the set value 3.4 1.5mNm (35 15gfcm).
Torque gauge Pinch roller Tension gauge 900 - 1,200g

Capstan shaft Tension gauge adapter

Figure 4-13. 1. Detach the pinch roller from the capstan shaft. Do not separate excessively. Or the pinch lever and pinch double action lever may disengage. 2. Engage the tension gauge adapter with the pinch roller shaft, and pull in the arrow direction. 3. Gradually return the pinch roller, and measure the pulling force when the pinch roller contacts the capstan shaft. 4. Make sure that the measured value is within setting 0.9 to 11.8 N (900 to 1,200g).

CCW

Take-up reel disk

CHECKING AND ADJUSTMENT OF TENSION POLE POSITION


Figure 4-12. Notes: Set the torque gauge securely on the take-up reel disk. If it is not secure, the measurement will be incorrect. Remove the cassette housing control assembly. After short-circuiting TP801 provided at the center (facing to the main PWB), plug in the power cord. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Setting Turn off the power switch. Open the cassette tape (T-120), and fix with tape. Set the cassette tape in loading state. Put the weight (500g) on the cassette tape. Turn on the power switch. Make the adjustment with the beginning of a T-120 tape.
(T-120)

CHECKING THE PINCH ROLLER PRESSURE


Remove the cassette housing control assembly. After short-circuiting TP801 provided at the center (facing to the main PWB), plug in the power cord.

Checking Press the play button to set the playback mode.

500g

Weight to prevent float (500g)

Figure 4-14. Checking 1. Set a cassette tape, push the REC button to place the unite in the SP record mode. Now check the tension pole position. 17

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2. Visually check to see if the right edge of the tension pole is within the 1.5 0.25 from the right edge of the Sup guide shaft.

Tension pole adjuster adjusting range


Tension pole adjuster

Sup guide shaft Tension pole

90

1.5 0.25 1.6 -0.6


Make the adjustment with the beginning of a T-120 tape.
-0.1

90

Figure 4-18. Adjust so that the delta mark of tension pole adjuster is within 90 range (left, right).

Figure 4-15. At left side from the center line

CHECKING AND ADJUSTMENT OF RECORD/ PLAYBACK BACK TENSION


Remove the cassette housing control assembly. After short-circuiting TP801 provided at the center (facing to the main PWB), plug in the power cord.
1.5 0.25

Figure 4-16. Insert the slotted screwdriver in the tension pole adjuster, and rotate counterclockwise. At right side from the center line

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Setting Turn off the power switch. Open the torque cassette meter and fix with tape. Set the cassette tape in loading state. Put the weight (500g) on the cassette torque meter. Turn on the power switch.

500g

Weight to prevent float (500g) Cassette torque meter

1.5 0.25

Figure 4-19. Checking 1. Push the REC button to place the unit in the SP record mode. 2. At this time ascertain that the back tension is within the setting (36.5 to 52gcm) by seeing the indication of torque cassette meter.

Figure 4-17. Insert the slotted screwdriver in the tension pole adjuster, and rotate clockwise.

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Adjustment 1. If the indication of torque cassette meter is lower than the setting, shift the tension spring engagement to the part A. 2. If the indication of torque cassette meter is higher than the setting, shift the tension spring engagement to the part B.
A Tension arm B

Checking the brake torque at the take-up side

Torque gauge

CW Take-up reel disk

CCW

Tension spring

Figure 4-20.

CHECKING THE BRAKE TORQUE


Checking the brake torque at the supply side

CCW: 8.8~23.5mNm (90~240gfcm) CW: 4.9~11.8mNm (50~120gfcm)

Figure 4-22. Remove the cassette housing control assembly.

Torque gauge CCW CW

After short-circuiting TP801 provided at the center (facing to the main PWB), plug in the power cord. 1. 2. 3. Setting Switch from the FF mode to the STOP mode. Disconnect the power cord. Set a torque gauge to zero on the scale. Place it on the take-up reel disk.

Supply reel disk

CCW: 3.9~9.8mNm (40~100gfcm) CW: 8.8~23.5mNm (90~240gfcm)

Figure 4-21. Remove the cassette housing control assembly. After short-circuiting TP801 provided at the center (facing to the main PWB), plug in the power cord. Setting 1. Set a torque gauge to zero on the scale. Place it on the supply reel disk. 2. Switch from the FF mode to the STOP mode. 3. Disconnect the power cord. Checking Turn the torque gauge at a rate of about one turn/2 sec in the CW direction/CCW direction with respect to the supply reel disk so that the reel disk and torque gauge pointer rotate at equal speed, and make sure that the value is within the setting (CW direction: 8.8 to 23.5mNm (90 to 240gfcm); CCW direction: 3.9 to 9.8mNm (40 to 100gfcm).

Checking 1. Turn the torque gauge at a rate of about one turn/2 sec in the CCW direction/CW direction so that the reel disk and torque gauge pointer rotates at equal speed and make sure that the value is within the setting (CCW direction: 8.8 to 23.5mNm (90 to 240gfcm), CW direction: 4.9 to 11.8 mNm (50 to 120gfcm). 2. Adjustment of the brake torque at the supply side and the take-up side Unless the supply side brake torque or take-up side brake torque is within the setting, clean the felt surface of reel disk (supply, take-up) brake lever, check again the brake torque. If value cannot be set within the setting yet, replace the main brake ass'y or main brake spring.

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REPLACEMENT OF A/C (Audio/Control) HEAD


1. Remove the cassette housing control assembly. 2. In unloading state unplug the power cord. Removal 1. Remove the screws 123, Azimuth screw, Tilt screw. 2. Unsolder the PWB fitted to the A/C head Notes: 1. When replacing, never touch the head. If you touched, clean with the cleaning liquid. 2. When removing the screw 3, take care so that the spring may spring out.

3. Align the left end of gear of A/C head arm with the punched mark of chassis, tentatively tighten the screws 1 and 2 so as to ensure smooth motion of A/C head arm. Tentative tightening torque must be 0.15 to 0.20 Nm (1.5 to 2.0kgfcm).
1

Height screw Left end of A/C head arm gear Punched line mark on chassis

2 3 Tilt screw Azimuth screw

Height screw Spring 1

Figure 4-25. Note: 1. If the screws 1 and 2 are tighten tentatively too loose, the azimuth and height of A/C head may change when they are finally tightened. Therefore care must be taken. 2. After completion of A/C head be sure to adjust tape running. (Execute the running adjustment by the method described in Page 22, 23.)

Figure 4-23.

Replacement 1. Solder the removed PWB to the new head assembly. 2. Adjust the height from the A/C head arm (lower surface) to the A/C head plate to 10.8mm with slide calipers. (3 places of azimuth screw section, tilt screw section and A/ C head front section) (See the figure below.)
Solder New A/C head ass'y A/C head PWB Never touch the head A/C head plate

10.8mm

10.8mm

Figure 4-24. 20

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A/C HEAD HEIGHT ROUGH ADJUSTMENT


Setting
Azimuth screw

HEIGHT ADJUSTMENT OF REVERSE GUIDE


1. Adjust the height from the mechanism chassis to the reverse guide lower flange to 13.38 mm, using the reverse guide height adjustment jig, in tape loading state. (Refer to Figure 4-28 (a) (b).)
Reverse guide height adjusting jig

Reverse guide Reverse guide height adjusting jig Height screw Tilt screw

Cassette tape

Mechanism chassis

13.38mm

(a)
500g

(b) Figure 4-28.

Weight to prevent float (500g)

Mechanism chassis

2. Rotate counterclockwise the reverse guide height adjustment nut 1/10 turn. (For height adjustment use the reverse guide height adjustment box driver (JiGDRiVER 11055)).

Figure 4-26.
Box driver

1. Set the cassette tape in the unit. 2. Press the PLAY button to put the unit in the playback mode. 3. Roughly adjust the height of the A/C head by turning the height screw until the tape is in the position shown below.
A/C head

CCW

Height adjusting nut

Tape 0.3mm

Figure 4-29. 3. Set the tape, and check for tape crease near the reverse guide in the playback mode. If crease is found, turn the reverse guide adjustment nut to remove crease. (As for crease check refer to Figure 430.) A Capstan
motor shaft
500g

Figure 4-27. Adjustment Adjust the height screw visually so that the control head is visible 0.3mm below the bottom of the tape.

Fixing guide Mechanism chassis Reverse guide

Weight to prevent float (500g)

En example of crease near the reverse guide

* Check for crease from the A direction. Figure 4-30.

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ADJUSTMENT OF TAPE DRIVE TRAIN


1. Tape run rough adjustment 1 Remove the cassette housing control assembly. 2 After shortcircuiting TP801 provided at the center (facing to the main PWB), plug in the power cord. 3 Check and adjust the position of the tension pole. (See page 18.) 4 Check and adjust the video search rewind back tension. (See page 17.) 5 Connect the oscilloscope to the test point for PB CHROMA envelope output (TP201). Set the synchronism of the oscilloscope to EXT. The PB CHROMA signal is to be triggered by the head switching pulse (TP202). 6 Set the alignment tape (VROATSV) to play. (Put a 500g weight on the cassette tape to prevent lift of cassette tape.)
Guide roller Cassette Tape

Notes: 1. Previously set the tracking control in the center position, and adjust the envelop waveform to maximum with X value adjustment nut. Thereby the tape run rough adjustment is facilitated. 2. Especially the outlet side envelope waveform must have higher flatness.

Figure 4-32. 2. Adjustment of A/C head height and azimuth 1 Perform the initial setting of A/C head position by the method stated in "Page 20 Replacement 3". 2 Connect the oscilloscope to the audio output terminal. 3 Using the alignment tape in which 1 kHz linear audio signal has been recorded, adjust the height screw so as to get max audio output. 4 Using the alignment tape in which 7 kHz linear audio signal has been recorded, adjust the azimuth screw so as to get max audio output.

500g

Weight of 500g

Figure 4-31. 7 Press the tracking button (+), () and change the envelope waveform from max to min and from min to max. At this time make sure that the envelope waveform changes nearly parallel. 8 Unless the envelope waveform changes nearly parallel, adjust the height of supply side and take-up side guide roller so that the envelope waveform changes nearly parallel. (For envelop adjustment procedure refer to Figure 4-35.) 9 Turn the tilt screw to remove the tape crease at the fixing guide flange. Play back the tape and check for tape crease at the fixing guide flange. (1) If there is no tape crease Turn the tilt screw clockwise so that tape crease appears once at the flange, and then return the tilt screw so that the crease disappears. (2) If there is tape crease Turn counterclockwise the tilt screw so that the tape crease disappears. (Reference) If the tilt screw is turned clockwise crease appears at the lower flange.

For X value adjustment Adjust the X value, turning the geartype screwdriver.

Figure 4-33.

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3. Tape run adjustment 1 Connect the oscilloscope to PB CHROMA envelope output test point, set oscilloscope sync to EXT, trigger-input the PB CHROMA signal (head switching pulse). 2 Rough adjustment of X value Tentatively fix A/C head arm screws 1 and 2 by the method described in Page 20 "Replacement 3". Play back the alignment tape (VROATSV)(VCH982U), and shortcircuit TP802. As a result the autotracking is automatically cancelled, so that the X value adjustment mode is set. Move the A/C head with the X value adjustment gear driver (JiGDRiVER-6) by the method shown in Figure 4-33, and adjust the A/C head so as to get the maximum envelope waveform. (Note: When the A/C head is adjusted, adjust so that the maximum envelop waveform is obtained nearest the position of initial setting made in Page 20.) 3 Next, change the alignment tape to VROEFZCS to playback. Press the tracking button (+), () and change the envelope waveform from max to min and

PB CHROMA Envelope

CH-1

CH-2

Head switching pulse Figure 4-34. from min to max. At this time adjust the height of supply and take-up side guide roller with the adjustment driver (JiGDRiVERH-4) so that the envelope waveform changes nearly parallel. 4 If the tape is lifted or sunk from the helical lead surface, the PB CHROMA envelope waveform appears as shown in Figure 4-35. 5 Press the tracking button (+), () and make sure that the envelope waveform changes nearly parallel. 6 Finally check tape crease near the reverse guide. If tape crease is found, remove it as stated in Page 21 "HEIGHT ADJUSTMENT OF REVERSE GUIDE" item 3. When the tape is below the helicallead. Supply side Take-up side

When the tape is above the helical lead. Take-up side Supply side

Adjustment

Supply side guide roller rotated in clockwise direction (lowers guide roller) to flatten envelope.

Take-up side guide roller rotated in clockwise direction (lowers guide roller) to flatten envelope.

Supply side guide roller rotated in counterclockwise direction (raises guide roller) to make the tape float above the helical lead. The supply side guide roller is then rotated in the clockwise direction to flatten the envelope.

Take-up side guide roller rotated in counterclockwise direction (raises guide roller) to make the tape float above the helical lead. The take-up side guide roller is then rotated in the clockwise direction to flatten the envelope.

Figure 4-35. 4. A/C head X value adjustment Final tightening torque is 0.6Nm (If the screw 2 is 1 Tentatively fix A/C head arm screws 1 and 2 by the tightened first, the X value may deviate.) method described in Page 20 "Replacement 3". 5 Adjust the playback switching point (Refer to the 2 Playback the alignment tape (VROEFZCS), and electric adjustment method.) shortcircuit TP802. As a result the auto-tracking is 6 Playback the self-picture-recorded tape, and check automatically cancelled, so that the X value adjustthe flatness of envelope waveform and sound. ment mode is set. Note: 3 Move the A/C head with the X value adjustment gear When the A/C head X value adjustment is performed, be driver by the method shown in Figure 4-33, and sure to perform at first X value rough adjustment (refer to adjust the A/C head so as to get the maximum Page 23, 3-2). 1 envelope waveform. (Note: At this time adjust so as 2 to get the maximum envelope waveform nearest the A/C head position which has been set in case of X value rough adjustment as stated in Page 23, 3- 2.) 4 Tighten finally the screws 1 and 2. Be sure to Figure 4-36. tighten at first the screw 1 and then the screw 2. 23

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REPLACEMENT OF THE CAPSTAN D.D. (DIRECT DRIVE) MOTOR


Remove the mechanism from the main PWB (refer to Page 7 "1. When removing the mechanism from the main PWB"). Removal (Follow the order of indicated numbers.) 1. Remove the reel belt 1.
2

REPLACEMENT OF DRUM D.D. MOTOR


1. Set the ejection mode. 2. Withdraw the main power plug from the socket. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Removal (Perform in numerical order.) Disconnect the FFC cable 1. Unscrew the D.D. stator assembly fixing screws 2. Take out the D.D. stator assembly 3. Unscrew the D.D. rotor assembly fixing screws 4. Take out the D.D. rotor assembly 5.

Capstan D.D. motor

Capstan D.D. motor control PWB

Notes: 1. In removing the D.D. stator assembly, part of the drum earth spring pops out of the pre-load collar. Be careful not to lose it. 2. Install, so that the D.D. rotor ass'y and upper drum ass'y mounting direction check holes align. (Align the upper drum dent with the rotor hole.) 3. Be careful not to damage the upper drum or the video head. 4. Protect the hole elements from shock due to contact with D.D. stator or D.D. rotor ass'y. 5. After installation adjust the playback switching point for adjustment of servo circuit.
2 D.D. stator ass'y 3 1 FFC 4

Reel belt

Figure 4-37.

2. Remove the three screws 2. Reassembly 1. Taking care so that the capstan shaft does not contact the mechanism chassis, set its position on the mechanism chassis, and then install with the three screws. 2. Install the reel belt. Notes: 1. After installing the capstan D.D. motor, be sure to rotate the capstan D.D. motor and check the movement. 2. Set the tape, and check for the tape crease near the reverse guide in the playback mode. Adjust the A/C head and azimuth as stated in Page 22 item 2. If crease is found, adjust as stated in Page 21 "HEIGHT ADJUSTMENT OF REVERSE GUIDE".

D.D. rotor ass'y

Upper drum

Figure 4-38.

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REPLACING THE UPPER AND LOWER DRUM ASSEMBLY


Replacement (Perform in the numerical order) 1 Remove the motor as stated in Page 24 D.D. motor replacement. 2 Remove the drum earth brush 2. 3 Remove the drum base 3 from the upper and lower drum assembly 1.

ASSEMBLING OF PHASE MATCHING MECHANISM COMPONENTS


Assemble the phase matching mechanism components in the following order. 1. Assemble the pinch roller assembly and pinch drive cam. 2. Mounting the shifter (on the back of the mechanism chassis). 3. Mounting the master cam (on the back of the mechanism chassis). 4. Assemble the connection gear, slow brake and loading motor parts.

[Cares when replacing the drum] 1. Be careful so that the drum earth brush is not lost. 2. Do not touch directly the drum surface. 3. Fit gently the screwdriver to the screws. 4. Since the drum assembly is an extremely precise assembly, it must be handled with utmost care. 5. Make sure that the drum surface is free from dust, dirt and foreign substances. 6. After replacing the drum be sure to perform the tape running adjustment. After that, perform also the electrical adjustment. Playback switching point adjustment X-position adjustment and check Standard and x-3 slow tracking adjustment 7. After replacing the drum clean the drum.

Pinch drive cam and pinch roller assembling method.


(Place the following parts in position in numerical order.) (1)Reverse drive lever 1 (2)Reverse guide spring 2 (3)Reverse guide lever assy 3 (4)Reverse guide height adjusting nut 4 (5)Pinch drive cam 5 (6)Pinch roller assy 6 (7)Open lever 7
7

2 1

4 3 2 1

Figure 4-40.

Figure 4-39.

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1Insert Reverse Guide Lever Assy


Insert reverse guide lever ass'y

2 Insert pinch drive cam

Align here.

Turn the reverse guide lever assembly counterclockwise to the stopper.

Fit the pinch drive cam so that the notch of pinch drive cam aligns with the dent of pinch drive lever assembly.

Fit the pinch drive cam so that the notch of pinch drive lever assembly aligns with the half-round notch of chassis. Pinch drive lever ass'y

Figure 4-41-1.

2Insert Pinch Roller/Pinch Double Action Lever Assy.

3Insert Open Lever.

Pinch Roller Double Action Lever Ass'y Phase Matching Point 2

Open lever

Figure 4-41-2. 26

Figure 4-41-3.

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INSTALLING THE SHIFTER

Drum Capstan D.D. motor

1. Make sure that the loading gear is at the point 1 as shown below. 2. Install, paying attention to 6 insertion points and 3 release points. 3. For the phase matching at the insertion point 1, see the point 2 as shown below. 4. Finally fix the inserts 1 and 4.

Reel pulley

(Bottom side of mechanism chassis)

Figure 4-42.

Phase-Matching point 2 Loading gear (T) Round mark Insert point 1 Shaft 1 Half round notch

Sifter

Insert point 3

Insert point 2

Insert point 4

Shaft 1

Rotation point 2 Shaft 4

Insert point 6

Shaft 1 Phase-matching point 1

Release point 3

Figure 4-43.

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INSTALLING THE MASTER CAM (AT REAR SIDE OF MECHANISM CHASSIS)


1. Make sure beforehand that the shifter is at the point as shown below. 2. Place the master cam in the position as shown below.

REPLACEMENT OF LOADING MOTOR


Removal

E ring (XRESJ30-06000) Master cam Apply grease Apply grease

Fully turn clockwise

Fully turn counterclockwise Face the wide tooth side ward No grease

Figure 4-44-1.

Note: See the figure below for the phase matching between the master cam and the casecon drive gear. 3. Finally fix with the E ring.
Master cam

Figure 4-45.

Casecon drive gear

Half-round notch Round mark

Replacement 1. Remove the loading motor, and install the replacement loading motor as shown below.
10.2 +0.2 0.2 mm

When installing the master cam, align the casecon drive gear round mark with the half-round notch of master cam.

Figure 4-44-2.

Figure 4-46. The loading motor pressing-in must be less than 14.7 N (15 gf). Adjust the distance between motor and pulley to 10.2 +0.2 0.2 mm). 28

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ASSEMBLY OF CASSETTE HOUSING


1. Drive Gear and R Drive angle assy
MSPRT0381AJFJ

Apply grease Apply grease

Apply grease

Figure 4-47. 2. Synchro Gear, Drive Gear L and Drive Gear R


LANGF9592AJFW

Top surface should be free from scratches or soil.

Drive angle

Drive gear R

Frame

Figure 4-48.

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5. ELECTRICAL ADJUSTMENT
Notes: Before the adjustment: Electrical adjustments discussed here are often required after replacement of electronic components and mechanical parts such as video heads. Check that the mechanism and all electric components are in good working condition prior to the adjustments,otherwise adjustments can not be completed. Instruments required: Color TV monitor Audio signal generator Blank video cassette tape Screwdriver for adjustment RF signal generator
`1

Dual-trace oscilloscope AC milli-voltmeter Alignment tape (VROATSV) Color bar generator

`2 `3 `4

`5

`6

`7

`1 `2 `3 `4 `5 `6 `7 `8

... ... ... ... ... ... ... ...

TP201-204 R163 TP161-163 TP168-169 TP164-165 TP801 R724 TP802

Figure 5-1.

`8

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SERVO CIRCUIT ADJUSTMENT


5-1 ADJUSTMENT OF HEAD SWITCHING POINT
Measuring instrument Mode Cassette Test point Control Specification Dual-trace oscilloscope Playback Alignment tape (VROABZGS) VIDEO OUT jack to CH2 TP202 (Sig.)~TP203 (GND) to CH1 R724 Head switching point adjustment control 5.5 0.5H (lines)

5-2 ADJUSTMENT OF FV (False Vertical Sync) OF STILL PICTURE


Measuring instrument Mode Cassette Control Specification Color TV monitor Playback still Self-recorded tape (SP mode) (See Note below 2) Tracking control buttons(+) or () No vertical jitter of picture

1. Remove the front panel and play the alignment tape. 2. Connect a dual-trace oscilloscope to the VIDEO OUT jack and TP202 (Sig.) and TP203 (GND). (Trigger the oscilloscope with the head switching pulse on TP202.) 3. Playback the alignment tape, and then short circuit between TP802 on the main PWB, and press both CH button (+) and CH button () at same time. 4. Adjust R724 so that the leading edge of the head switching pulse is 5.5H (lines) ahead of the vertical sync as shown in Figure 5-2. 5. Cancel the short circuited.
CH-2 VIDEO OUT CH-1: 1V/dev 50sec/dev CH-2: 2V/dev 50sec/dev

1. Play a cassette which was recorded by the unit in SP mode. 2. Press the PAUSE/STILL button to freeze the picture. 3. Look at the monitor screen and adjust (+) or () TRACKING buttons so that the vertical jitter of the picture is minimized. 4. Play and freeze the self-recorded tape in EP mode and make sure vertical jitter of the picture is not noticeable. Note: 1 The FV goes back to the its initial state when the unit is put into the system controller reset mode due to power failure, etc. In this case, preset the FV once again. 2 Self-recorded tape is a cassette whose program was recorded by the unit being adjusted.

5-3 CHECKING OF OFF TRACK


Measuring instrument Mode Cassette Color TV monitor Playback Self-recorded tape (EP mode) (See Note below) Tracking control buttons(+) or () No Poor picture and Hi-Fi sound

CH-1 HEAD SWITCHING PULSE

5.50.5H (lines)

V-sync.

Control Figure 5-2. Specification

1. Play a cassette which was recorded by the unit in EP mode. 2. Short circuit between TP802 on the main PWB, and press both CH button (+) and CH button () at same time. 3. Press the tracking buttons (+) and () 20 times each to bring the tracking off center. Make sure that: 1) There is nothing unusual on the playback screen. 2) There is nothing unusual in the Hi-Fi sound (for the HiFi models only). 5. Cancel the short circuit. Note: Self-recorded tape is a cassette whose program was recorded by the unit being adjusted.

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MTS CIRCUIT ADJUSTMENT. (HI-FI MODELS ONLY)


5-4 ADJUSTMENT OF SIF-INPUT LEVEL
Measuring
instrument

5-6 ADJUSTMENT OF STEREO VCO


Measuring instrument Mode Input signal Test point Control Specification AC milli-voltmeter E-E 15.734kHz at 50mVrms TP168 (Sig.),TP169 (GND) R163 (STEREO VCO ADJ.)

AC milli-voltmeter and RF signal


generator.

Mode Input signal Test point Control Specification

E-E RF CH-10 (at 1kHz 100%MOD.) AUDIO OUT jack R141(S-IF ADJ.) 3 2dBs (1.2~2.0Vp-p)

1. Feed the RF signal CH-10 (at 1kHz 100%MOD.) to antenna terminal. 2. Connect the AC milli-voltmeter to AUDIO OUT jack. 3. Adjust R141(S-IF ADJ.) so that the AC milli-voltmeter reads 3 2dBs.

5-5 ADJUSTMENT OF FILTER


Measuring
instrument

1. Make the short circuited to TP162 (Sig.)~TP163 (GND). 2. Connect the AC milli-voltmeter to TP168(Sig.)~TP169 (GND). 3. Make a note of the level of TP168 (Sig.)~TP169 (GND). 4. Feed the 15.734kHz at 50mVrms signal to the TP161(Sig.)~TP163 (GND). 5. Adjust R163 (STEREO VCO ADJ.) so that the levels for non signal inputed STEP 3. and inputed be just the same. 6. When the 15.734kHz at 50mVrms signal is fed confirm the display "STEREO" is indicated on OSD.

AC milli-voltmeter E-E 22.9kHz at 245mVrms

5-7 ADJUSTMENT OF STEREO SEPARATION


Measuring instrument Mode Dual AC milli-voltmeter and RF signal generator. E-E RF CH-10 (300Hz and 3kHz 30% modulation) AUDIO OUT jack R164 (SEPARATION-1 ADJ.) R165 (SEPARATION-2 ADJ.) maximized

Mode Input signal Test point Control Specification

TP164 (Sig.),TP165 (GND) Input signal R163 (FILTER ADJ.) Minimized Test point Control Specification

1. Make the short circuited to TP162 (Sig.)~TP163 (GND). 2. Connect the AC milli-voltmeter to TP164 (Sig.)~TP165 (GND). 3. Feed the 22.9kHz at 245mVrms signal to the TP161(Sig.)~TP163 (GND). 4. Adjust R163 (FILTER ADJ.) so that the AC milli-voltmeter reads minimized.

1. Feed the RF signal CH-10 (300Hz and 3kHz 30% modulation) to antenna terminal. 2. Connect an Dual AC milli-voltmeter to left channel and right channel output terminales. 3. Set the audio signal to 300Hz and the modulation factor to 30% (Left channel only) and adjust R164 (SEPARATION-1 ADJ.) so that the difference between left channel and right channel outputs becomes maximized. 4. Set the audio signal to 3kHz and the modulation factor to 30% (right channel only) and adjust R165 (SEPARATION-2 ADJ.) so that the difference between left channel and right channel outputs becomes maximized. 5. Repeat STEP 3. until obtain a specification.

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6. MECHANISM OPERATION FLOWCHART AND TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE


CASSETTE INSERTION STOP

MECHANISM OPERATION FLOWCHART

* This flowchart describes the outline of the mechanisms operation, but does not give its details.
End

F mechanical timing

Insert cassette.

Cassette is ejected and loading motor stops.

Cam graph E

Mode check Cam mark

25

Double action rack slides. Start sensor close.

Mode detection outside (D709 SW B)

20

Mode detection inside (D708 SW A)

15

Loading motor starts in normal direction and master cam counter clockwise.

10

Cassette inserting

Loading motor turns in reverse direction and master cam counterclockwise. NO (Cassette is judged caught halfway.)

Does mechanism position sw. come off within 2.5 sec.? YES

60

120

180

240

300

360

CA/END CS/EJ

UL

PU(LD)

VSR

PB

SLOW

CL

STOP FF

Mode Rotation angle


188 218 252 269 293 309 325

33.82

81

33
VSR PB SLW CL STP

Cam switch

Are start/end sensors at low level NO before cassette insertion ? (Cassette LED or some other part is judged defective.) YES Drum motor starts.

EJ Mode detection outside 0 Mode detection inside 1 1 S sensor open 0 S sensor close 1

0 0 0

PU 11 0 1 0

1 0

FF 0

UL 0 1 1 1 1 or 0

    
Mode detection outside Sensor B 0 1 1 1 0 1 0 0 0

Tape loading.

Pinch roller comes into contact.

CS/EJ ULD PU LD VSR PB STILL CL STOP FF

Mode detection inside Sensor A 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0

Fullloading

Cam switch is at PB position.

Loading motor stop. NO Is drum FG pulse outputted ? YES VC-A582U VC-A582U(A) VC-H982U End

Unloading

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STOP

REC/PLAY

PLAY

STILL

PLAY

VSR

VSR

PLAY

Press REC/PLAY key.

Press STILL key.

Press REW key.

Press PLAY Key.

Capstan motor turns counterclockwise. Pinch roller releasing Release pinch roller. Cam switch is at PU2 position. Stop loading motor.

Loading motor turns in counterclockwise direction and master cam clockwise. Slow brake pressing Slow brake comes into contact with capstan motor.

Loading motor turns clockwise and master cam counterclockwise.

Loading motor turns counterclockwise and master cam clockwise.

Picture appears.

Capstan motor turns counterclockwise. PB speed.

Is take-up reel sensor signal outputted ? Cam switch is at STILL position. Idler swinging Turn capstan motor in reverse direction. Loading motor turns clockwise. Capstan motor stops. Release the supply auxiliary brake. Cam switch is at PU1 position. Pinch roller pressing Turn loading motor counterclockwise. Press pinch roller. Press STOP key. Cam switch is at VSR position. Capstan motor turns in reverse direction. Stop loading motor. Set capstan motor to search speed. Is take-up reel sensor signal outputted ? YES End NO

NO

YES

Cam switch is at PB position.

End Loading motor stops.

End

Unloading

End

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REC/PLAY STOP Stop capstan motor. End

PLAY

VSF

Press FF key.

Set capstan motor to search speed.

End

Unloading

STOP

FF/REW

STOP

CASSETTE EJECT

Press FF/REW key. Press EJECT key.

FF/REW operation

Turn capstan motor in normal or reverse direction, after the remaining tape has been detected. Loading motor turns in clockwise and master cam counterclockwise. Tape unloading Capstan motor turns in reverse direction. End Cam switch is at UL position.

Stop loading motor. FF/REW 4 supply reel pulses outputted ? Press STOP key. YES Does the take-up reel pulse output two edges? YES Stop capstan motor. Capstan motor turns clockwise. NO Capstan motor turns counterclockwise in about 2 seconds. NO STOP Capstan motor turns clockwise.

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Loading motor stops. Cam switch is at Eject position. Cassette eject Loading motor stops. End Capstan motor stops. End

Loading motor turns counterclockwise.

Brake function

Cam switcn is at Stop position. Loading motor turns clockwise.

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MECHANISM TROUBLESHOOTING 2. REC/PLAY FAILURE (MODE RELEASE)

1. FF/REW FAILURE (NO TAPE WINDING)

Press FF key.

Is master cam at FF position ? YES YES Modes changing smoothly through cam switch ? YES Loading motor control system in trouble. NO Loading motor is damaged. Replace it. YES

NO Voltage supply system in trouble. Does loading motor operate ?

Does loading motor operate?

NO

Is voltage applied NO to loading motor ?

Is the master cam NO at PB position ?

NO

Is voltage applied NO to loading motor ? YES Loading motor is damaged. Replace it.

Voltage supply system in trouble.

YES

YES

Modes changing smoothly through cam switch ? YES Mode sensor system in trouble or master cam malpositioned.

Loading motor control system in trouble.

Does capstan NO motor turn in FF (or REW) direction ? YES NO Voltage supply system in trouble. Does capstan motor turn ? YES NO

Are Vco 12V and Vcc 5V applied ?

Are Vco 12V and Vcc 5V applied ? YES Replace the capstan motor.

NO

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Are idler wheel NO ass'y and reel disk in mesh ? YES Is the pulse NO outputted from reel sensor ? YES Check main PWB.

Voltage supply system in trouble.

YES

Replace the capstan motor.

Are idler wheel NO assy and reel disk in mesh ? YES

Replace the idler assy.

Replace the idler assy.

Is the pulse NO outputted from reel sensor ? YES

Replace the reel sensor.

Replace the reel sensor.

The cassette tape is presumably damaged.

3. WINDING FAILURE AT VSR

4. UNUSUAL SOUND IN EACH MODE

4-i) Unusual sound in cassette insertion and ejection mode Go to 2. REC/ PLAY FAILURE routine. Is unusal sound heard during cassette coutrol running ? Go to 2. REC/ PLAY FAILURE routine. NO Unusual sound heard with pinch roller lever going up or down ? Replace idler gear assy. Is unusual sound heard during loading/unloading ? YES Replace limiter pulley assy. Replace loading motor block. NO YES YES Replace cassette control assy.

Is Playback function normal ?

NO

YES Press REW key.

Master cam shifting to VSR position ?

NO

YES

Check pinch roller drive cam, pinch roller drive lever and reverse guide for their actions. Replace damaged one with new one.

Are idler wheel NO assy and supply reel disk in mesh ?

YES

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Replace reel sensor.

Is supply reel disk NO winding torque normal ?

YES

Is pulse outputted NO from reel sensor?

YES

Check main PWB.

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4-ii) Unusual sound in FF/REW mode

Is reel disk height as specified ?

NO Adjust reel disk height.

YES

Thrust gap found at reel disk ?

NO

Check reel disk and main chassis. And replace defective parts.

YES

Drive system out of contact with any part on main PWB ? Rearrange the parts on main PWB.

YES

NO

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YES Replace capstan motor.

Turn capstan motor by hand. Unusual sound heard ?

NO

Check drive systems gears for damage. Replace damaged gear with new one. Reel disk Limiter pulley assy Idler wheel assy

7. TROUBLESHOOTING
FLOW CHART NO.4 POWER TROUBLESHOOTING(4)
In case of output voltage at low level.
No power

FLOW CHART NO.1 POWER TROUBLESHOOTING(1)

Unplug the AC power cord. Replug it a few minutes later.

See FLOW CHART NO.2 POWER TROUBLE SHOOTING(2)

Check the D914, Q903 and Q904.

NO

Replace D914, Q903 and Q904.

YES NO
Replace fuse.

NO

YES NO
Check IC901. Replace IC901

Is the fuse good?

YES NO
Check primary circuit.

YES
Check short-circuit or leak of T901.

NO

Replace T901.

Are AT 5V voltage line normal?

YES NO
Check each rectifier circuits and short-circuit of secondary circuit.

YES
Check primary circuit,Q901,Q902, C907 thru to C909 and C930.

Are AT 44V, AT 12V, -24V, AT 18V and filament voltage lines normal?

YES NO
Check Q905 and P-FAIL(L) signal line etc.

Is "H" level applied at pin(1) of IC701?

FLOW CHART NO.5 TIMER(1) TROUBLESHOOTING


The flourescent display tube fails light up.

YES

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Check short-circuit or leak of D905 thru to D909, D918 and secondary circuit.

Check system control circuit (IC701) and cam switch circuit.

Is the supply voltage of 5V feed to pin (18) of IC801?

NO YES

Check AT 5V line.

FLOW CHART NO.2 POWER TROUBLESHOOTING(2)

In case of Fuse(F901) blown out.

Is the supply negative voltage of-24V NO feed to pin(16) of IC801?

Check negative voltage line and power circuit.

YES
Is there 500kHz oscillation at pins(19) and (20) of IC801?

Replace F901, Q901 and Q902, check D921~D925 as a result of check, if poor, replace at the same time.

NO YES

Check FL801 and IC801.

FLOW CHART NO.3 POWER TROUBLESHOOTING(3)

Check power circuit and peripheral circuit of D952.

In case of abnormal noise(sound)

Is filament voltage applied between (1)/(2) and (31)/(32) of the NO flourescent display tube? Also negative voltage applied between these pins and GND.

YES
Does the flourescent display tube function?

NO YES
Replace IC5001.

Check D905 thru to D909 and D918.

Check for cracks on the flourescent display tube.

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FLOW CHART NO.6 TIMER(2) TROUBLESHOOTING


A cassette tape is not take in.

FLOW CHART NO.8 CASSETTE CONTROL TROUBLESHOOTING(1)

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Key-in input is not received.

Does the key switch make good contact?

NO
Check switch contact.

Is the cassette housing distroted?

YES

Fix or replace the cassette housing.

YES
Check all the terminals of IC5001 and switches for poor soldering.

NO
Are start sensor cover go to open when the cassette tape is inserted?

Is there a short in the scan outs or key inputs?

YES

NO

Check start sensor cover.

NO

YES
Check lines of key in and scan out.

Are pulses received at pins(26) thru (29) of IC801 when the keys are activated?

NO

Does pin (79) of IC701 change from NO "H" to "L" level when the cassette tape is inserted?

Check start sensor and all the way up thru to pin (79) of IC701.

YES

YES
Does pin (2) of IC703 go to a "H" NO (about 1.7V)level when the cassette tape is inserted? Check IC701 and all the way up thru to pin (2) of IC703.

Check IC801, IC701 and FLP data, FLP clock, FLP CS and key data.

FLOW CHART NO.7 INFRARED R/C TROUBLESHOOTING

YES
Does pin (5) of IC703 change to NO about 10V when the cassette tape is inserted? Check IC703.

No operation is possible from the infrared remote control.

YES
NO
Replace infrared remote control as required.

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Check AT 5V and GND lines.

Does the infrared remote control function?

Is the specified voltage applied at the YES loading motor terminal when the cassette tape is inserted?

Check between IC703 and loading motor.

NO

YES
Replace loading motor.

Is the supply voltage of 5V feed to Vdd terminal of remote control receiver?

NO

YES

FLOW CHART NO.9 CASSETTE CONTROL TROUBLESHOOTING(2)


NO
Replace receiver.

Is "L" pulse sent out Vout terminal of receiver when the infrared remote control is activated?

A cassette tape is taken in, but ejected at once.

NO
Replace IC701.

Check between at Vout terminal of receiver thru to pin(5) of IC701.

NO

Does the start sensor pulse at pin NO (79) of IC701 change from "L" to "H" level when the cassette tape is loaded?

Check start sensor and all the way up thru to IC701.

YES
Does the end sensor pulse at pin(85) NO of IC701 change from "L" to "H" level when the cassette tape is loaded? Check end sensor and all the way up thru to IC701.

YES
Does the master cam mode shifter operate normally when the cassette tape is loaded?

NO YES
Replace IC701.

Check cam switch and all the way up thru to IC701.

FLOW CHART NO.10 LOADING MOTOR AND EJECT TROUBLESHOOTING


No power is turned on.

FLOW CHART NO.11 SYSTEM CONTROL TROUBLESHOOTING

The cassette tape fails to eject.

Does the capstan motor start when the EJECT button is pressed?

NO NO
NO

See FLOW CHART NO.12. (CAPSTAN MOTOR TROUBLE SHOOTING) Are key data pulses applied at pin (15) of IC701, respectively?

Check IC801 and IC701, and all the way thru between them.

YES
Check reel disk and reel drive unit.

YES

Does the take-up reel disk turn when NO the capstan motor is running?

Are FLP data pulses, FLP clock pulses and FLP control ready pulses applied to pins(24),(23) and (22) of I801, respectively?

YES NO YES
Check pin(92) of IC701. Does the base of Q951 change from NO about 2.0V to 5.0V? Check take-up reel sensor and all the way up thru to IC701. Does power control(H) signal at pin NO (94) of IC701 change from "L" to "H" level?

YES
Check IC701.

Are pulses applied at pin(2) of IC701 when the take-up reel disk is turning?

YES

Is a "H"(about 1.7V) level applied at NO pin(4) of IC703 when a reel pules has been inputted?

Check Q951 and all the way up thru to Q952.

YES
Is 5V sent out of the emitter of Q951? Check IC703.

YES NO YES
Check between IC703 and all the way up thru to the loading motor. Check periperal circuits for poor soldering.

NO

Check Q951 and the AT 5V line.

Is the voltage about 10V sent out of pin(7) of IC703?

YES

Is the specified voltage applied at the NO loading motor terminal?

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NO
Replace loading motor.

YES

Dose the loading motor run?

YES

Replace cassette cam,gear, etc.

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FLOW CHART NO.12 CAPSTAN MOTOR TROUBLESHOOTING


The drum motor runs only for a few seconds.

FLOW CHART NO.14 DRUM MOTOR TROUBLESHOOTING(2)

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The capstan motor fails to run.

Is the voltage more than about 2.6V DC given out of pin(32) of IC701.

NO
Check IC701.

Is drum PG signal given out of pin (5) of ME connector?

NO

Check drum motor.

YES NO
Check PC 5V line.

YES
Is drum PG signal given out of pin (66) of IC701?

Is the supply voltage of 5V feed to pin(8) of MC connector?

NO

Check between pin(5) of ME connector and all the way up thru to pin (66) of IC701.

YES NO
Check between the MC connector and all the way up thru to pin(32) of IC701.

YES
Is drum PG M.M.signal given to pin (81) of IC701?

Is the voltage more than 2.6V DC sent in pin(4) of MC connector?

NO

Check IC701. Readjust R724. (HEAD SW POINT control)

YES NO
Check between the pin(60) of IC701 and all the way up thru to pin(3) of MC connector.

YES
Is H.SW. pulse given out of pin(23) NO of IC701? Check IC701.

Is the voltage at pin(3) of MC connector 1.6~2.7V?

YES NO
Check AT 12V line and motor voltage selector circuit. (Q955~Q958).

YES
Replace IC701.

Is the supply voltage of 12V feed to pin(5) of MC connector? Replace capstan motor.

YES

FLOW CHART NO.15 HEAD SWITCHING PULSE TROUBLESHOOTING.


No head switching pulse.

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Is the drum motor rotating?

FLOW CHART NO.13 DRUM MOTOR TROUBLESHOOTING(1)

NO YES YES YES YES

The drum motor fails to run.

See FLOW CHART NO.13,14. (DRUM MOTOR TROUBLESHOOTING(1),(2)) Are there drum PG M.M.signal at pin (81) of IC701?

Is the voltage more than about 2.6V DC given out of pin(31) of IC701.

NO
Check IC701.

Is the drum PG signal and drum FG signal present on pins(66) and (65) of IC701, respectively?

NO
Check C723 and readjust R724. (HEAD SW. POINT control.)

Is the voltage more than about 2.6V applied at pin(1) of ME connector?

NO

Check between pin(31) of IC701 and all the way up to pin(1) of ME connector.

YES NO
Check AT 12V line.

Replace IC701.

Is the supply voltage of 12V feed to pin(4) of ME connector?

YES NO
Check drum motor and the between AD to ME harness.

YES

Are the drum PG and drum FG signals present on pins(3) and (5) of AD connector?

Could be lines between AD plug and IC701.

Replace drum motor.

FLOW CHART NO.16 DRUM SERVO TROUBLESHOOTING


Drum servo does not function.

Is there 14.2MHz oscillation at pins (37) and (38) of IC701? Check peripheral circuit of X701.

NO

YES In PB mode In REC mode YES NO NO


See FLOW CHART NO.15. (HEAD SWITCHING PULSE TROUBLE SHOOTING.) Replace IC701. Check composit-sync signal line. (C770-1, R770) Is the reference signal (V-SYNC) at pin (50) of IC701? Is the drum FG signal at pin (65) of IC701 present?

NO
Is the head switching pulse at pin (23) of IC701 present?

YES

YES
Is the drum error output at pin (33) of IC701.

Check drum FG signal line.

NO

YES
Is th drum control voltage applied to pin (1) of ME connector?

NO
Is pin (31) of IC701 in high impedance?

NO

Replace IC701.

YES
Check harness between AD and ME.

NO

Replace drum motor.

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FLOW CHART NO.17 CAPSTAN SERVO TROUBLESHOOTING


Capstan servo does not function.

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Only PB mode inoperative Only REC mode inoperative Are REC and/or PB mode inoperative?

2
Does the V-SYNC signal appear at pin (50) of IC701?

YES

Check compositeNO Sync signal line. (C770-1, R770)

YES
Replace IC701.

NO

Is there REC CTL signal output at pins (74) and (75) of IC701?

YES
Is there oscillated YES 14.2MHz at pins (38) and (37) of IC701? Does the capstan FG signal appear at pin (67) of IC701?

NO
Check peripheral circuit of X701.

NO
Check between capstan FG signal line and the AC-MC harness.

YES
Is there capstan error signal at pin (34) of IC701?

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YES
Is there capstan error signal at pin (34) of IC701?

Check capstan motor unit and/or replace.

NO

YES
Does pin (32) of IC701 operate normally?

Does PB CTL YES signal appear at pin (76) of IC701? (TP204)

NO

NO
Replace IC701.

NO

YES
Check "1"

Is AA-MH harness NO good?

Replace AA-MH harness

NO
Check "2"

YES
Replace A/C head. Replace IC701.

NO

Does A/C head oprate normally?

YES

Adjust the height of the A/C head.

FLOW CHART NO.18 Picture E-E does not appear. NO

Is picture signal input into IC201 pins 30 and 31? YES

1 External input mode Check the line between the rear video input terminal and IC201 pin 30. 2 U/V tuner mode Check the line between the U/V tuner pin 25 and IC201 pin 31.

Is picture signal output to the IC201 pin 52? YES NO Is 5V applied to the IC201 pins 12, 61 and 90? YES Check the PC 5V line. Is serial data clock signal applied to the IC201 pins 63 and 62? NO Check the line between IC201 pins 63 and 62 and IC701 pins 56 and 57. NO NO Check the line between IC201 pin 52 and IC701 pin 49. YES

Is picture signal input into the IC701 pin 49?

Is picture signal output to the IC701 pin 47? NO YES Is 5V applied to the IC701 pin 51? NO Check the AT 5V line. NO

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YES

Is picture signal output to the emitter of video output buffer (Q251)?

Check Q251 periphery.

1 Line output: Check Q251 periphery and output terminal periphery. 2 RF output: Check Q251 periphery and tuner (pin 6) periphery.

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FLOW CHART NO.19 Although picture record is possible, color does not appear (E-E mode is possible). NO

FLOW CHART NO.20

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Picture (luminance) record is impossible (E-E mode is possible). NO Check between the IC201 pin 18 and pin 19. (Check C206.) YES NO Check between the IC201 pin 21 and pin 42. (Check C208.) Is chroma signal (approx. 143 mVp-p/Burst) input into the IC201 pin 46? YES NO Is voltage 5V applied to the chroma power terminal IC201 pin 61?

Is luminance signal (approx. 0.5 Vp-p) input to the IC201 pin 19?

Check the periphery of IC201 pin 61 and PC 5V line.

YES

Is luminance signal (approx. 0.3 Vp-p) input to the IC201 pin 42?

Check between the IC201 pin 60 and pin 46. (Check C512.) YES Check whether the IC201 pins 71 and 73 oscillate (3.58 MHz)?

YES NO Check between the IC201 pin 39 and pin 26. (Check C212.) YES Is luminance signal (approx. 0.5 Vp-p) input to the IC201 pin 39? NO YES Is voltage 5V applied to the CCD section power terminal IC201 pin 36? YES Is CCD control voltage approx. 5V applied normally to the pin 37 from the IC201 pin 57? Is clock signal (approx. 7.16 MHz/0.5 Vp-p) for CCD applied normally to the pin 44 from the IC201 pin 69? NO Check between the IC201 pin 24 and pin 23. (Check C210.) NO Is chroma signal (approx. 180 mVp-p/Burst) input into the IC201 pin 58? NO

Is luminance signal (approx. 0.5 Vp-p) input to the IC201 pin 26?

YES

Check between the IC201 pin 58 and pin 35. (Check R505, C512.) YES

Is chroma signal (approx. 180 mVp-p/Burst) output to the IC201 pin 35?

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NO Check the IC201 pins 13 and 14 peripheral circuit. (R201, R202, C203) YES

Is luminance signal (approx. 0.5 Vp-p) input to the IC201 pin 23?

YES

Is the luminance signal (approx. 0.5 Vp-p) input and output to the IC201 pins 13 and 14, respectively?

YES

SP mode: Is record FM signal (approx.20 mAp-p) output to the IC201 pins 88 and 89 (SP1) and pins 86 and 87 (SP2)? EP mode: Is record FM signal (approx.20 mAp-p) output to the IC201 pins 93 and 94 (EP1) and pins 92 and 91 (EP2)?

Check or replace the cylinder.

NO Is PRE/REC Vcc 5V applied to the IC201 pin 90?

FLOW CHART NO.21 Although picture is played back, color does not appear (E-E mode is possible). NO

FLOW CHART NO.22

Playback picture does not appear (E-E mode is possible). NO Check between the IC201 pin 79 and pin 78. Is voltage 5V applied to the chroma power terminal IC201 pin 61? YES Is chroma signal (approx. 403 mVp-p/Burst) input into the IC201 pin 46? YES NO YES Is luminance signal (approx. 0.4 Vp-p) input to the IC201 pin 79? NO Is V-H.SW.P. applied to the IC201 pin 81? NO Check V-H.SW.P. line. Is chroma signal (approx. 508 mVp-p/Burst) input into the IC201 pin 58? NO YES YES Is chroma signal (approx. 286 mVp-p/Burst) input into the IC201 pin 54? NO Check between the IC201 pin 55 and pin 54. (Check C514.) Replace IC201. NO Check between the IC201 pin 39 and pin 26. (Check C212.) YES Is luminance signal (approx. 0.5 Vp-p) input to the IC201 pin 39? NO Is voltage 5V applied to the CCD section power terminal IC201 pin 36? YES Is control voltage approx. 5V applied normally to the pin 37 from the IC201 pin 57? Is CCD clock signal (approx. 7.16 MHz/0.5 Vp-p) applied to the pin 44 from the IC201 pin 69? NO Check between the IC201 pin 24 and pin 23. (Check C210.)

Is FM signal (approx. 0.4 Vp-p) input to the IC201 pin 78?

Check the periphery of IC201 pin 61 and PC 5V line.

YES

Check between the IC201 pin 60 and pin 46. (Check C512.) YES Check whether the IC201 pins 71 and 73 oscillate (3.58 MHz)?

Check between the IC201 pin 58 and pin 35. (Check R505, C515.) YES

Is the luminance signal (approx. 0.25 Vp-p) input and output to the IC201 pins 13 and 14 and 16, respectively? NO

Check the periphery of IC201 pin 13 and 14 and 16. (Check C203, R201-2, L201, C205, R203.)

YES NO Check between the IC201 pin 18 and pin 19. (Check C206.)

Is luminance signal (approx. 0.5 Vp-p) input to the IC201 pin 19?

Is chroma signal (approx. 508 mVp-p/Burst) output to the IC201 pin 35? NO

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NO Check between the IC201 pin 21 and pin 42. (Check C208.)

YES

Is luminance signal (approx. 0.5 Vp-p) input to the IC201 pin 42?

YES

Is luminance signal (approx. 0.5 Vp-p) input to the IC201 pin 26?

YES

Is luminance signal (approx. 0.5 Vp-p) input to the IC201 pin 23?

YES

Replace IC201.

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FLOW CHART NO.23 Hi-Fi TROUBLESHOOTING FLOW CHART NO.24


Hi-Fi sound cannot be recorded (E-E mode is normal).

No Hi-Fi E-E sound heard.

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NO
Line Audio signal input.
Is 600 mVp-p record FM signal (L-ch) output to the IC651 pin 29 monitor terminal?

Is the IC651 pin 33 in BIAS CTL (L) state?

Audio signal input from tuner.

YES
Check BIAS CTL (L) line.

YES NO
Is record FM signal output to the IC651 pins 26 to 22 (ch-1)/pins 26 and 25 (ch-2)?

NO
Replace IC651. Check the record current setting resistor R353 of IC651 pin 27.

Is audio signal Check line inputted to pins (6) NO between MTS (L-CH), (44) decoder circuit and (R-CH) of IC651? the Hi-Fi circuit.

YES
Check the AA-MZ connector.

Check lines Is audio signal between the inputted to pin (61) NO audio input (L-CH) and (52) terminal and Hi-Fi (R-CH)of IC651? circiut.

YES FLOW CHART NO.25


Hi-Fi sound cannot be played back (E-E mode is normal).

YES

Are serial data and serial clock at pins (31) and (32) of IC651?

NO NO
Is playback envelope signal output to the IC651 pins 19 and 18? (300 mVp-p)

Check IC651 and IC701, and all the way thru between ther.

Replace IC651.

YES
Is A-H.SW.P input into the IC651 pin 35?

YES YES
Replace IC651.

NO
Check the A-H.SW.P. line from the IC651 pin 35 to the IC701 pin 26.

Is "H" level applied at pin (8) of IC651?

NO

Check between pin (8) of IC651 and all the way up thru to pin (21) of IC701.

YES
Replace IC651.

NO

FLOW CHART NO.26


Recording in linear audio is impossible (Hi-Fi E-E mode is normal).

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YES
Is the IC201 pin 99 in "L" level?

Line coupling: Is audio signal outputted at pins (58) and (56) of IC651? RF coupling : Is audio signal outputted at pin (57) of IC651?

YES

Is audio signal input into the IC201 pin 8?

NO

Check the line between the IC651 pin 53 to the IC201 pin 8.

Line coupling: Check line ranging from pins (58) and (56) of IC651 to the audio output terminal. RF coupling : Check line ranging from pin (57) of IC651 to the audio input terminal pin (2) of tuner (TU101).

NO YES NO YES

Check the periphery of IC201 pin 99.

Does the bias oscillation circuit operate normally?

Check the bias oscillation circuit (T601, Q602, Q603, Q604).

Is audio signal on which bias signal is superposed output to the IC201 pin 6?

YES
Check the AA-MZ harness and A/C head.

FLOW CHART NO.27


No record.
Are MH-AA harness and playback AMP. peripheral parts normal?

FLOW CHART NO.29 LINEAR SOUND RECORDING MODE TROUBLESHOOTING

Linear audio playback is impossible. (Hi-Fi E-E mode is normal).

NO YES
Is the AC head surface clean?

Is it possible to confirm the audio signal (PB EQ) on the IC201 pin 100?

YES YES NO
Is AC head height adjusted properly?

Is there a signal at pin (4) of IC201?

NO YES

Is the operate of IC601 normally?

YES

YES
Replace the AC head.

Replace IC201.

Is there "H" level at pin (2) of T601?


Readjust the A/C head height.

NO

Check AT 12V line.

NO
Is the IC201 pin 99 in "L" level?

YES NO Check T601, Q602, Q603, Q604


and their peripheral parts. Is there a signal (Bias) at pin (6) of T601?

Is audio signal output to the IC201 pin 11?

YES NO

YES NO Check MH-AA harness and A/C


head. Is there a signal (Bias+Audio sig.) at T601.

Check the line between the IC201 pin 11 to the IC651 pin 54.

Check the AUDIO MUTE (H) line from the IC201 pin 99 to the IC701 pin 21.

YES
Replace IC201.

FLOW CHART NO.28 LINEAR SOUND E-E MODE TROUBLESHOOTING

FLOW CHART NO.30 LINEAR SOUND PLAYBACK MODE TROUBLESHOOTING


No playback.

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YES
Check PC 5V line.

No E-E signal

Is there a signal at pins (8) and (9) of IC201?

NO Check parts around the audio inputs jack,

Is there a signal at pin (100) of IC201?

NO NO
Replace defective parts.

and circuits around the audio output circuit in tuner (TU101).

YES

Are the MH-AA harness and the PB AMP's peripheral parts normal?

Is the supply voltage of 5V feed to pin (96) of IC201?

NO

YES
Clean A/C head.

YES
Readjust azimuth height.

Are there the serial data and clock signal at pins (63) and (62) of IC201?

NO Check between pins (63) and (62) of

YES NO YES
Replace A/C head. Is azimuth height of the A/C head properly adjusted?

IC201 and all the way thru to pins (56) and (57) of IC701.

YES

Is there a signal at pin (11) of NO IC201?

YES NO YES
Replace IC201.

Is there "L"level at pin (99) of IC201?

NO YES
Is there a signal at pin (11) of IC201?

Check AUDIO MUTE (H) line.

Is there "L" level at pin (99) of IC201?

NO YES

Replace IC201.

Check A-MUTE (H) line.

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Check between pin (11) of IC201 and all the way up thru to audio output jack and that between pin (2) of tuner (TU101).

Check line between pin (11) of IC201 and the audio output jack, and that between pin (2) of tuner (TU101).

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8. BLOCK DIAGRAM
POWER CIRCUIT BLOCK DIAGRAM
H

10

11

12

51

52

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SYSTEM SERVO BLOCK DIAGRAM

10

11

12

53

54

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SIGNAL FLOW BLOCK DIAGRAM (VC-A582U/A582U(A))

H
Recording luminance signal Recording chroma signal Playback luminance signal Playback chroma signal Audio recording signal Audio playback signal
EE signal

10

11

12

55

56

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Recording luminance signal Recording chroma signal Playback luminance signal Playback chroma signal Audio recording signal Audio playback signal
EE signal

SIGNAL FLOW BLOCK DIAGRAM (VC-H982U)

10

11

12

57

58

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SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM
H IMPORTANT

SAFETY NOTICE:

PARTS MARKED WITH " " ( ) ARE IMPORTANT FOR MAINTAINING THE SAFETY OF THE SET. BE SURE TO REPLACE THESE PARTS WITH SPECIFIED ONES FOR MAINTAINING THE SAFEG TY AND PERFORMANCE OF THE SET.

The indicated voltages in the following diagram are measured with an SSVM, upon receiving color bars (400 Hz sound signal) in either the record mode or the play mode voltage is indicated as follows. 4.0 . . . . Record mode (SP) (4.0) . . . . PB mode (SP) 4.0 . . . . LP mode 4.0 . . . . EP mode

NOTE: 1. The unit of resistance "ohm" is omitted (K: 1000 ohms M: 1 Meg ohm). 2. All resistors are 1/8 watt, unless otherwise noted. 3. All capacitors F, unless otherwise noted P: F. Voltages and waveform are measured as follows: DC voltages are measured with an SSVM placed between points indicated and chassis ground, with the supply voltage of 120V AC and all controls for normal positions.

This circuit diagram is a standard one, actual circuits printed may be subject to change for product improvement without prior notice.

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9. SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM AND PWB FOIL PATTERN


MAIN CIRCUIT(1) (VC-A582U/A582U(A))
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MAIN CIRCUIT(1) (VC-H982U)

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MAIN CIRCUIT(2) (VC-A582U/A582U(A))

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MAIN CIRCUIT(2) (VC-H982U)

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MAIN CIRCUIT(3)

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MAIN CIRCUIT(4) (VC-H982U)

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PWB FOIL PATTERN MAIN PWB


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R884

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F5471AJ

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PLAY

RJ801 R833

R832

R839

STOP

R882

R834

S831

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R841

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10. REPLACEMENT PARTS Part No. # Description LIST Code


PARTS REPLACEMENT

Ref. No.

Part No.

Description

Code

Parts marked with " " are important for maintaining the safety of the set. Be sure to replace these parts with specified ones for maintaining the safety and performance of the set.

DUNTK5470TEV1(VC-A582U(A)) DUNTK5470TEV2(VC-H982U) DUNTK5470TEV3(VC-A582U) MAIN UNIT


TUNER AND ASSEMBLY UNIT

"HOW TO ORDER REPLACEMENT PARTS"


Contact your nearest SHARP Parts Distributor. For location of SHARP Parts Distributor. Call Toll-free 1-800-BE-SHARP To have your order filled promptly and correctly, please furnish the following informations. 1. MODEL NUMBER 3. PART NO. 5. PRICE CODE 2. REF. NO. 4. DESCRIPTION TU101 VTUENG56701-1 V Tuner BL

INTEGRATED CIRCUITS
IC161 IC201 IC601 IC651 IC701 IC702 IC705 IC801 VHiCA1124BQ-1 VHiHA8311NF-1 VHiBA7755//-1 VHiLA72630M-1 RH-iX1150GEZZ VHiKiA7031P-1 VHiBA6955N/-1 VHiMN12510F-1 V V V V J V V V MTS Decoder(VC-H982U) Y/C/Audio/CCD/ Video Head AMP REC/PB SW HiFi Processor/HiFi Head AMP(VC-H982U) SYSCON SERVO Timer Reset Loading Motor Driver FLP Driver AY AW AD AD AX AD AF AM

HOW TO IDENTIFY CHIP TRANSISTORS AND DIODES BY ITS MARKING


(1) (3) (2) Marking

TRANSISTORS
Q101 Q102 Q201 Q202 Q203 Q204 Q205 Q206 Q251 Q602 Q603 Q604 Q704 Q705 Q901 Q902 Q903 Q904 Q905 Q951 Q952 Q955 Q956 Q957 Q958 Q963 Q991 Q992 Q993 VS2SA1271-Y-1 VSDTC124EK/-1 VS2SC2412KQ-1 VS2SC2412KQ-1 VS2SC2412KQ-1 VS2SA1037KQ-1 VS2SA1037KQ-1 VSDTC124EK/-1 VS2SA1037KQ-1 VS2C3939SQR-1 VS2SC3203Y/-1 VSDTA114EK/-1 VS2SA1037KQ-1 VSDTC124EK/-1 VS2SC4418//-1 VS2SD2144S/-1 VS2SC2412KQ-1 VS2SA1037KQ-1 VS2SA1037KQ-1 VS2SA1271-Y-1 VSDTC124EK/-1 VS2SB1117KU1E VSDTC124EK/-1 VS2SB1117KU1E VSDTC124EK/-1 VS2SA1037KQ-1 VS2SC3203Y/-1 VS2SA1037KQ-1 VSDTC124EK/-1 V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V Transistor Transistor Transistor Transistor Transistor Transistor Transistor Transistor Transistor Transistor Transistor Transistor Transistor Transistor Transistor Transistor Transistor Transistor Transistor Transistor Transistor Transistor Transistor Transistor Transistor Transistor Transistor Transistor Transistor AB AB AA AA AA AA AA AB AA AC AB AB AA AB AH AC AA AA AA AB AB AE AB AE AB AA AB AA AB

(1) Base/Input (2) Emitter/Ground (3) Collector/Output

Fig. 1

Package Fig. 1 Fig. 1 Fig. 1 Fig. 1 Fig. 1

Marking FQ BQ 16 15 25

Parts No. VS2SA1037KQ-1 VS2SC2412KQ-1 VSDTA144EK/-1 VSDTA124EK/-1 VSDTC124EK/-1

MARK #: SPARE PARTS-DELIVERY SECTION


Ref. No. Part No. # Description Code

PRINTED WIRING BOARD ASSEMBLIES


(NOT REPLACEMENT ITEM)
DUNTK5470TEV1 DUNTK5470TEV2 DUNTK5470TEV3 DUNTK5471TEV0 Main Unit(VC-A582U(A)) Main Unit(VC-H982U) Main Unit(VC-A582U) Operation Unit

DIODES AND LEDS


DG801 VVK20U26108-1 V D202 RH-DX0475CEZZ V D701 RH-PX0270GEZZ J Display Diode Cassette LED AW AB AC

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DIODES AND LEDS (Continued)


D702 D706 D707 D708 D709 D801 D902 D903 D904 D905 D906 D907 D908 D909 D911 D912 D914 D915 D917 D918 D921 D922 D923 D925 D951 D952 D957 D962 D963 D964 D965 D966 D967 D991 D992 IC901 Q701 Q702 RH-DX0475CEZZ RH-PX0252GEZZ RH-PX0252GEZZ RH-PX0253GEZZ RH-PX0253GEZZ RH-DX0475CEZZ VHD10ELS4//-1 RH-DX0475CEZZ RH-DX0475CEZZ VHD10ELS4//-1 VHD15DF1FC/1E VHD10ELS4//-1 VHD1S40////-1 VHD10ELS4//-1 RH-EX0601GEZZ RH-DX0475CEZZ RH-EX0613GEZZ RH-DX0475CEZZ RH-EX0619GEZZ VHD10ELS4//-1 VHDRL1N4004-1 VHDRL1N4004-1 VHDRL1N4004-1 VHDRL1N4004-1 RH-EX0677GEZZ RH-EX0601GEZZ VHD1S40////-1 VHDRL1N4004-1 VHDRL1N4004-1 VHDRL1N4004-1 VHDRL1N4004-1 VHDRL1N4004-1 VHDRL1N4004-1 RH-EX0631GEZZ RH-DX0475CEZZ RH-FX0034CEZZ RH-PX0233GEZZ RH-PX0233GEZZ V J J J J V V V V V V V V V J V J V J V V V V V J J V V V V V V V J V V J J Diode Supply Reel Sensor Take-up Reel Sensor CAM SW A CAM SW B Diode Diode Diode Diode Diode Diode Diode Diode Diode Zener Diode Diode Zener Diode Diode Zener Diode Diode Diode Diode Diode Diode Zener Diode Zener Diode Diode Diode Diode Diode Diode Diode Diode Zener Diode Diode Photo Coupler Start Sensor End Sensor AB AF AF AF AF AB AD AB AB AD AD AD AF AD AA AB AA AB AA AD AD AD AD AD AB AA AF AD AD AD AD AD AD AA AB AE AD AD L903 T601 T901

COIL AND TRANSFORMERS (Continued)


RCiLP0161CEZZ V RTRNH0086GEZZ J RTRNZ0047AJZZ V Coil, 10H Oscillation Transformer Transformer AD AD AV

CONTROLS
R141 R162 R163 R164 R165 R724 RVR-M4334GEZZ J RVR-M4340GEZZ J RVR-M4337GEZZ J RVR-M4340GEZZ J RVR-M4331GEZZ J RVR-M4343GEZZ J 10k(B), S-IF ADJ. (VC-H982U) 47k(B), ST VCO ADJ. (VC-H982U) 22k(B), Filter ADJ. (VC-H982U) 47k(B), Separation (1) ADJ. (VC-H982U) 4.7k(B), Separation (2) ADJ. (VC-H982U) 100k(B) Head Switching Point ADJ. AB AB AB AB AB AB

CAPACITORS
C101 C105 C106 C108 C109 C161 C162 C163 C164 C165 C166 C167 C168 VCKYD41HB101K V VCEAGA0JW108M V VCKYCY1HF103Z V VCCCCY1HH470J V VCCCCY1HH470J V VCEA9M1CW106M V VCEA9A1HW475M V VCKYCY1EB123K V VCKYCY1HB562K V VCEA9M1HW474M V VCEA9A1HW475M V VCKYCY1CB473K V VCEA9A1HW475M V VCEA9M1HW475M V VCEA9M1HW335M V VCEA9M1HW105M V VCEA9M1CW106M V VCEA9M1HW475M V VCKYCY1HB272K V VCEA9A0JW476M V 100p 50V Ceramic 1000 6.3V Electrolytic 0.01 50V Ceramic 47p 50V Ceramic 47p 50V Ceramic 10 16V Electrolytic (VC-H982U) 4.7 50V Electrolytic (VC-H982U) 0.012 25V Ceramic (VC-H982U) 5600p 50V Ceramic (VC-H982U) 0.47 50V Electrolytic (VC-H982U) 4.7 50V Electrolytic (VC-H982U) 0.047 16V Ceramic (VC-H982U) 4.7 50V Electrolytic (VC-H982U) 4.7 50V Electrolytic (VC-H982U) 3.3 50V Electrolytic (VC-H982U) 1 50V Electrolytic (VC-H982U) 10 16V Electrolytic (VC-H982U) 4.7 50V Electrolytic (VC-H982U) 2700p 50V Ceramic (VC-H982U) 47 6.3V Electrolytic (VC-H982U) AA AC AA AA AA AB AB AA AA AB AB AA AB AB AB AB AB AB AA AB

PACKAGED CIRCUITS
X501 X701 RCRSB0204GEZZ J RCRSB0156GEZZ J Crystal Crystal AG AF C169 C170

COIL AND TRANSFORMERS


FL801 L101 L201 L202 L301 L351 L501 L602 L901 L902 RFiLC0091GEZZ VP-CF101K0000 VP-XF820K0000 VP-XF101K0000 VP-ZK101K0000 VP-ZK101K0000 VP-XF120K0000 VP-DF221K0000 RCiLF0002AJZZ RCiLP0161CEZZ J V V V V V V V V V Filter Peaking 100H Peaking 82H Peaking 100H Peaking 100H Peaking 100H (VC-H982U) Peaking 12H Peaking 220H Coil Coil, 10H AD AB AB AB AB AB AB AB AK AD C171 C172 C173 C174 C175

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CAPACITORS (Continued)
C176 C177 C178 C179 C201 C202 C203 C204 C205 C206 C207 C208 C209 C210 C211 C212 C213 C214 C215 C217 C218 C219 C220 C221 C222 C223 C225 C251 C301 C302 C303 C304 C305 C306 C307 C308 C309 C310 C311 C312 C319 C320 C351 C352 C353 C354 VCE9EA1HW474M V VCKYCY1CF104Z V VCKYCY1CF104Z V VCEA9M1CW476MV VCEA9M0JW107M V VCKYCY1CF224Z V VCCCCY1HH151J V VCKYCY1CF104Z V VCCCCY1HH390J V VCKYCY1CF104Z V VCKYCY1CF104Z V VCEA9M1CW106MV VCKYCY1CF104Z V VCKYCY1CF104Z V VCEA9M1HW335MV VCEA9M1CW106MV VCEA9M1HW225MV VCKYCY0JF105Z V VCKYCY0JF105Z V VCEA9M0JW476M V VCKYCY1HF103Z V VCKYCY1CF104Z V VCKYCY1CF104Z V VCEA9M1CW106MV VCEA9M0JW476M V VCKYCY1CF474Z V VCEAGA0JW337M V VCEA9M1CW476MV VCEA9M0JW476M V VCKYCY1HF103Z V VCKYCY1HB102K V VCKYCY1HB102K V VCKYCY1HB102K V VCKYCY1HB102K V VCKYCY1HB102K V VCKYCY1HB102K V VCKYCY1HB102K V VCKYCY1HB102K V VCKYCY1EB103K V VCKYCY1HF103Z V VCCCCY1HH150J V VCCCCY1HH150J V VCEA9M0JW476M V VCKYCY1CF104Z V VCKYCY1HB332K V VCKYCY1HF103Z V 0.47 50V ELECT. (N.P) (VC-H982U) 0.1 16V Ceramic (VC-H982U) 0.1 16V Ceramic (VC-H982U) 47 16V Electrolytic (VC-H982U) 100 6.3V Electrolytic 0.22 16V Ceramic 150p 50V Ceramic 0.1 16V Ceramic 39p 50V Ceramic 0.1 16V Ceramic 0.1 16V Ceramic 10 16V Electrolytic 0.1 16V Ceramic 0.1 16V Ceramic 3.3 50V Electrolytic 10 16V Electrolytic 2.2 50V Electrolytic 1 6.3V Ceramic 1 6.3V Ceramic 47 6.3V Electrolytic 0.01 50V Ceramic 0.1 16V Ceramic 0.1 16V Ceramic 10 16V Electrolytic 47 6.3V Electrolytic 0.47 16V Ceramic 330 6.3V Electrolytic 47 16V Electrolytic 47 6.3V Electrolytic 0.01 50V Ceramic 1000p 50V Ceramic 1000p 50V Ceramic 1000p 50V Ceramic 1000p 50V Ceramic 1000p 50V Ceramic 1000p 50V Ceramic 1000p 50V Ceramic 1000p 50V Ceramic 0.01 25V Ceramic 0.01 50V Ceramic 15p 50V Ceramic 15p 50V Ceramic 47 6.3V Electrolytic (VC-H982U) 0.1 16V Ceramic (VC-H982U) 3300p 50V Ceramic (VC-H982U) 0.01 50V Ceramic (VC-H982U) AB AA AA AB AB AA AA AA AA AA AA AB AA AA AB AB AB AB AB AB AA AA AA AB AB AB AB AB AB AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AB AA AA AA C355 C356 C357 C501 C502 C503 C504 C505 C506 C507 C508 C509 C510 C511 C512 C513 C514 C515 C517 C518 C521 C601 C602 C603 C604 C605 C606 C607 C608 C609 C610 C611 C613 C616 C617 C618 C619 C620 C621 C622 C630 C651 C652 C653 C654

CAPACITORS (Continued)
VCKYCY0JF105Z V VCCCCY1HH101J V VCCCPA1HH560J V VCEA9M0JW107M V VCKYCY1HF103Z V VCKYCY1HB472K V VCEA9M1HW225M V VCKYCY1HF223Z V VCEA9M1HW474M V VCKYCY1CF104Z V VCEA9M1HW475M V VCKYCY1HF103Z V VCEA9M1HW475M V VCKYCY1HF223Z V VCKYCY1HF103Z V VCKYCY1HF103Z V VCKYCY1HF103Z V VCKYCY1HB331K V VCEA9M1HW335M V VCKYCY1HF333Z V VCCCCY1HH5R0C V VCEA9M0JW107M V VCKYCY1EB103K V VCEA9A0JW226M V VCKYCY1HB821K V VCEA9M1CW106M V VCEA9M1HW475M V VCEA9M1HW475M V VCEA9M0JW226M V VCEA9M1HW475M V VCKYCY1CF104Z V VCKYCY1CF104Z V VCKYCY1EB183K V VCKYCY1HB222K V VCEA9M1CW476M V VCKYCY1EB103K V VCKYCY1EB103K V VCEA9M1CW106M V VCQPYA2AA562J V VCKYCY1HB222K V VCKYCY0JF105Z V VCKYCY1CF224Z V VCEA9M0JW226M V VCEA9M1HW475M V VCKYCY1EB103K V 1 6.3V Ceramic (VC-H982U) 100p 50V Ceramic (VC-H982U) 56p 50V Ceramic (VC-H982U) 100 6.3V Electrolytic 0.01 50V Ceramic 4700p 50V Ceramic 2.2 50V Electrolytic 0.022 50V Ceramic 0.47 50V Electrolytic 0.1 16V Ceramic 4.7 50V Electrolytic 0.01 50V Ceramic 4.7 50V Electrolytic 0.022 50V Ceramic 0.01 50V Ceramic 0.01 50V Ceramic 0.01 50V Ceramic 330p 50V Ceramic 3.3 50V Electrolytic 0.033 50V Ceramic 5p 50V Ceramic 100 6.3V Electrolytic 0.01 25V Ceramic 22 6.3V Electrolytic 820p 50V Ceramic 10 16V Electrolytic 4.7 50V Electrolytic 4.7 50V Electrolytic 22 6.3V Electrolytic 4.7 50V Electrolytic 0.1 16V Ceramic (VC-A582U/A582U(A)) 0.1 16V Ceramic 0.018 25V Ceramic (VC-A582U/A582U(A)) 2200p 50V Ceramic 47 16V Electrolytic 0.01 25V Ceramic 0.01 25V Ceramic 10 16V Electrolytic 5600p 100V 2200p 50V Ceramic 1 6.3V Ceramic 0.22 16V Ceramic (VC-H982U) 22 6.3V Electrolytic (VC-H982U) 4.7 50V Electrolytic (VC-H982U) 0.01 25V Ceramic (VC-H982U) AB AA AA AB AA AA AB AB AB AA AB AA AB AB AA AA AA AA AB AA AA AB AA AB AA AB AB AB AB AB AA AA AA AA AB AA AA AB AC AA AB AA AB AB AA

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CAPACITORS (Continued)
C655 C656 C657 C658 C659 C661 C662 C663 C664 C665 C666 C667 C671 C672 C673 C676 C677 C678 C679 C680 C699 C701 C702 C703 C704 C705 C706 C707 C708 C711 C712 C713 C714 C715 VCEA9M0JW226M V VCKYCY1HB472K V VCKYCY1HB332K V VCEA9M1CW106M V VCEA9M1CW106M V VCKYCY1CF224Z V VCEA9M0JW226M V VCEA9M1HW475M V VCKYCY1EB103K V VCEA9M0JW226M V VCKYCY1HB472K V VCKYCY1HB332K V VCEA9M0JW476M V VCEA9M1CW106M V VCKYCY1CF104Z V VCEA9M1CW106M V VCKYCY0JF105Z V VCKYCY1CF224Z V VCKYCY1CF224Z V VCKYCY0JF105Z V VCEA9M0JW226M V VCKYCY1HF103Z V VCKYCY1HF103Z V VCEA9M1HW105M V VCKYCY0JF105Z V VCKYCY1EB103K V VCKYCY1EB103K V VCCCCY1HH220J V VCCCCY1HH220J V VCKYCY1HB102K V VCKYCY1HB102K V VCKYCY1HB102K V VCKYCY1CF104Z V VCEA9M0JW226M V 22 6.3V Electrolytic (VC-H982U) 4700p 50V Ceramic (VC-H982U) 3300p 50V Ceramic (VC-H982U) 10 16V Electrolytic (VC-H982U) 10 16V Electrolytic (VC-H982U) 0.22 16V Ceramic (VC-H982U) 22 6.3V Electrolytic (VC-H982U) 4.7 50V Electrolytic (VC-H982U) 0.01 25V Ceramic (VC-H982U) 22 6.3V Electrolytic (VC-H982U) 4700p 50V Ceramic (VC-H982U) 3300p 50V Ceramic (VC-H982U) 47 6.3V Electrolytic (VC-H982U) 10 16V Electrolytic (VC-H982U) 0.1 16V Ceramic (VC-H982U) 10 16V Electrolytic (VC-H982U) 1 6.3V Ceramic (VC-H982U) 0.22 16V Ceramic (VC-H982U) 0.22 16V Ceramic (VC-H982U) 1 6.3V Ceramic (VC-H982U) 22 6.3V Electrolytic (VC-H982U) 0.01 50V Ceramic 0.01 50V Ceramic 1 50V Electrolytic 1 6.3V Ceramic 0.01 25V Ceramic 0.01 25V Ceramic 22p 50V Ceramic 22p 50V Ceramic 1000p 50V Ceramic 1000p 50V Ceramic 1000p 50V Ceramic 0.1 16V Ceramic 22 6.3V Electrolytic AB AA AA AB AB AA AB AB AA AB AA AA AB AB AA AB AB AA AA AB AB AA AA AB AB AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AB C717 C718 C719 C722 C723 C724 C726 C727 C729 C730 C731 C738 C739 C740 C743 C744 C747 C750 C752 C753 C770 C771 C774 C775 C776 C782 C790 C791 C792 C794 C801 C802 C901 C903 C904 C905 C906 C907 C908 C909 C911 C912 C913 C914 C916 C917 C918 C919 C921 C922 C923 C930 C951 C952

CAPACITORS (Continued)
VCKYCY1HB221K VCKYCY1CF104Z VCKYCY1EB153K VCKYCY1HF103Z VCKYCY1CF104Z VCKYCY1HF103Z VCKYCY1HF103Z V V V V V V V 220p 50V Ceramic 0.1 16V Ceramic 0.015 25V Ceramic 0.01 50V Ceramic 0.1 16V Ceramic 0.01 50V Ceramic 0.01 50V Ceramic (VC-H982U) 0.22 16V Ceramic 0.01 50V Ceramic 0.01 50V Ceramic 0.1 16V Ceramic 1000p 50V Ceramic 1000p 50V Ceramic 0.1 16V Ceramic 0.22 16V Ceramic 470 6.3V Electrolytic 0.01 50V Ceramic 1 6.3V Ceramic 330 25V Electrolytic 68p 50V Ceramic 100p 50V Ceramic 1 50V ELECT. (N.P) 0.1 16V Ceramic 47 6.3V Electrolytic 1 6.3V Ceramic 33p 50V Ceramic 1000p 50V Ceramic 1000p 50V Ceramic 1000p 50V Ceramic 1 6.3V Ceramic 0.01 50V Ceramic 22 6.3V Electrolytic 0.01 AC250V 3300p AC125V Ceramic 82 200V Electrolytic 0.01 500V Ceramic 220p 500V Ceramic 4700p 50V Ceramic 220p 50V Ceramic 3300p 50V Ceramic 10 63V Electrolytic 470 35V Electrolytic 330 16V Electrolytic 22 50V Electrolytic 1000 6.3V Electrolytic 1000 6.3V Electrolytic 0.1 16V Ceramic 100 6.3V Electrolytic 1 6.3V Ceramic 470 35V Electrolytic 0.01 50V Ceramic 0.033 63V Mylar 0.033 50V Ceramic 1 6.3V Ceramic AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AB AA AB AD AA AA AB AA AB AB AA AA AA AA AB AA AB AF AC AE AC AA AA AA AA AB AD AC AB AC AC AA AB AB AD AA AD AA AB

VCKYCY1CF224Z V VCKYCY1HF103Z V VCKYCY1HF103Z V VCKYCY1CF104Z V VCKYCY1HB102K V VCKYCY1HB102K V VCKYCY1CF104Z V VCKYCY1CF224Z V VCEA2A0JW477M V VCKYCY1HF103Z V VCKYCY0JF105Z V VCEA2A1EW337M V VCCCCY1HH680J V VCCCCY1HH101J V VCEA9M1HW105M V VCKYCY1CF104Z V VCEA9M0JW476M V VCKYCY0JF105Z V VCCCCY1HH330J V VCKYCY1HB102K V VCKYCY1HB102K V VCKYCY1HB102K V VCKYCY0JF105Z V VCKYCY1HF103Z V VCEA9M0JW226M V RC-FZ023CUMZZ V RC-KZ0092GEZZ J RC-EZ0238CEZZ V RC-KZ0029CEZZ V VCKYPA2HB221K V VCKYCY1HB472K V VCKYCY1HB221K V VCKYCY1HB332K V VCEAGA1JW106M V VCEAGA1VW477M V VCEAGA1CW337MV VCEAGA1HW226MV VCEAGA0JW108M V VCEAGA0JW108M V VCKYCY1CF104Z V VCEAGA0JW107M V VCKYCY0JF105Z V VCEAGA1VW477M V VCKYCY1HF103Z V RC-QZA333TAYK V VCKYCY1HF333Z V VCKYCY0JF105Z V

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CAPACITORS(Continued)
C953 C954 C957 C958 C971 C991 VCEA9M1HW475M V VCEA9M1HW105M V VCEA9M0JW476M V VCEA9M0JW476M V VCEA9M1CW106M V VCEA9M1CW476M V 4.7 50V Electrolytic 1 50V Electrolytic 47 6.3V Electrolytic 47 6.3V Electrolytic 10 16V Electrolytic 47 16V Electrolytic (VC-H982U) AB AB AB AB AB AB R203 R207 R208 R209 R210 R211 R212 R213 R214 R216 R217 R218 R219 R220 R221 R222 R225 R226 R227 R232 R233 R252 R253 R254 R255 R256 R301 R304 R351 R352 AA R353 AA R354 AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA R610 AA R611 AA AA R501 R502 R503 R505 R601 R602 R603 R604 R605 R606 R607 R608 R609

RESISTORS (Continued)
VRS-CY1JF332J VRD-RA2BE101J VRS-CY1JF272J VRS-CY1JF331J VRS-CY1JF182J VRS-CY1JF822J VRS-CY1JF681J VRS-CY1JF822J VRS-CY1JF104J VRS-CY1JF102J VRS-CY1JF681J VRS-CY1JF471J VRS-CY1JF561J VRS-CY1JF272J VRS-CY1JF103J VRD-RA2BE102J VRD-RA2BE750J VRS-CY1JF101J VRS-CY1JF750J VRS-CY1JF153J VRS-CY1JF153J VRD-RA2EE331J VRS-CY1JF101J VRS-CY1JF101J VRS-CY1JF000J VRS-CY1JF183J VRS-CY1JF473J VRS-CY1JF000J VRS-CY1JF473J VRS-CY1JF473J VRS-CY1JF272J VRS-CY1JF471J VRS-CY1JF561J VRS-CY1JF273J VRS-CY1JF472J VRS-CY1JF000J VRS-CY1JF822J VRS-CY1JF274J VRS-CY1JF221J VRS-CY1JF473J VRS-CY1JF153J VRS-CY1JF273J VRS-CY1JF561J VRS-CY1JF472J VRS-CY1JF333J VRS-CY1JF183J VRS-CY1JF153J V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V 3.3k 1/16W Metal Oxide 100 1/8W Carbon 2.7k 1/16W Metal Oxide 330 1/16W Metal Oxide 1.8k 1/16W Metal Oxide 8.2k 1/16W Metal Oxide 680 1/16W Metal Oxide 8.2k 1/16W Metal Oxide 100k 1/16W Metal Oxide 1k 1/16W Metal Oxide 680 1/16W Metal Oxide 470 1/16W Metal Oxide 560 1/16W Metal Oxide 2.7k 1/16W Metal Oxide 10k 1/16W Metal Oxide 1k 1/8W Carbon 75 1/8W Carbon 100 1/16W Metal Oxide 75 1/16W Metal Oxide 15k 1/16W Metal Oxide 15k 1/16W Metal Oxide 330 1/4W Carbon 100 1/16W Metal Oxide 100 1/16W Metal Oxide 0 1/16W Metal Oxide 18k 1/16W Metal Oxide 47k 1/16W Metal Oxide 0 1/16W Metal Oxide 47k 1/16W Metal Oxide (VC-H982U) 47k 1/16W Metal Oxide (VC-H982U) 2.7k 1/16W Metal Oxide (VC-H982U) 470 1/16W Metal Oxide (VC-H982U) 560 1/16W Metal Oxide 27k 1/16W Metal Oxide 4.7k 1/16W Metal Oxide 0 1/16W Metal Oxide 8.2k 1/16W Metal Oxide 270k 1/16W Metal Oxide 220 1/16W Metal Oxide 47k 1/16W Metal Oxide 15k 1/16W Metal Oxide 27k 1/16W Metal Oxide 560 1/16W Metal Oxide 4.7k 1/16W Metal Oxide 33k 1/16W Metal Oxide (VC-A582U/A582U(A)) 18k 1/16W Metal Oxide (VC-A582U/A582U(A)) 15k 1/16W Metal Oxide (VC-H982U) AA AB AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA

RESISTORS
R101 R103 R104 R105 R106 R107 R108 R109 R110 R111 R166 R167 R168 R169 R170 R171 R172 R173 R174 R175 R176 R177 R178 R179 R180 R181 R201 R202 VRS-CY1JF470J VRS-CY1JF473J VRS-CY1JF681J VRS-CY1JF681J VRD-RA2BE822J VRS-CY1JF822J VRS-CY1JF103J VRS-CY1JF561J VRS-CY1JF153J VRS-CY1JF153J VRS-CY1JF105J VRS-CY1JF104J VRS-CY1JF183J VRS-CY1JF822J VRS-CY1JF104J VRS-CY1JF222J VRS-CY1JF682J VRS-CY1JF682J VRS-CY1JF393J VRS-CY1JF473J VRS-CY1JF473J VRS-CY1JF392J VRS-CY1JF332J VRS-CY1JF333J VRS-CY1JF103J VRS-CY1JF223J VRS-CY1JF682J VRS-CY1JF182J V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V 47 1/16W Metal Oxide 47k 1/16W Metal Oxide 680 1/16W Metal Oxide 680 1/16W Metal Oxide 8.2k 1/8W Carbon (VC-A582U/A582U(A)) 8.2k 1/16W Metal Oxide (VC-H982U) 10k 1/16W Metal Oxide 560 1/16W Metal Oxide 15k 1/16W Metal Oxide 15k 1/16W Metal Oxide 1M 1/16W Metal Oxide (VC-H982U) 100k 1/16W Metal Oxide (VC-H982U) 18k 1/16W Metal Oxide (VC-H982U) 8.2k 1/16W Metal Oxide (VC-H982U) 100k 1/16W Metal Oxide (VC-H982U) 2.2k 1/16W Metal Oxide (VC-H982U) 6.8k 1/16W Metal Oxide (VC-H982U) 6.8k 1/16W Metal Oxide (VC-H982U) 39k 1/16W Metal Oxide (VC-H982U) 47k 1/16W Metal Oxide (VC-H982U) 47k 1/16W Metal Oxide (VC-H982U) 3.9k 1/16W Metal Oxide (VC-H982U) 3.3k 1/16W Metal Oxide (VC-H982U) 33k 1/16W Metal Oxide (VC-H982U) 10k 1/16W Metal Oxide (VC-H982U) 22k 1/16W Metal Oxide (VC-H982U) 6.8k 1/16W Metal Oxide 1.8k 1/16W Metal Oxide AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA

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RESISTORS (Continued)
R611 R612 R612 R615 R616 R617 R618 R619 R620 R621 R622 R623 R624 R625 R626 R627 R628 R628 R629 R651 R652 R653 R654 R657 R658 R661 R662 R663 R664 R667 R668 VRS-CY1JF393J VRS-CY1JF683J VRS-CY1JF123J VRS-CY1JF222J VRS-CY1JF103J VRS-CY1JF103J VRS-CY1JF563J VRS-CY1JF470J VRS-CY1JF153J VRD-RA2EE4R7J VRS-CY1JF102J VRD-RA2BE393J VRD-RA2BE224J VRS-CY1JF000J VRS-CY1JF000J VRS-CY1JF000J VRS-CY1JF000J VRS-CY1JF181J VRD-RA2BE181J VRS-CY1JF273J VRS-CY1JF472J VRS-CY1JF473J VRS-CY1JF822J VRS-CY1JF821J VRS-CY1JF682J VRD-RA2BE273J VRS-CY1JF472J VRD-RA2BE473J VRS-CY1JF822J VRS-CY1JF821J VRS-CY1JF682J V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V 39k 1/16W Metal Oxide (VC-A582U/A582U(A)) 68k 1/16W Metal Oxide (VC-H982U) 12k 1/16W Metal Oxide (VC-A582U/A582U(A)) 2.2k 1/16W Metal Oxide (VC-A582U/A582U(A)) 10k 1/16W Metal Oxide (VC-A582U/A582U(A)) 10k 1/16W Metal Oxide (VC-H982U) 56k 1/16W Metal Oxide 47 1/16W Metal Oxide 15k 1/16W Metal Oxide 4.7 1/4W Carbon 1k 1/16W Metal Oxide 39k 1/8W Carbon 220k 1/8W Carbon 0 1/16W Metal Oxide 0 1/16W Metal Oxide (VC-A582U/A582U(A)) 0 1/16W Metal Oxide (VC-A582U/A582U(A)) 0 1/16W Metal Oxide (VC-A582U/A582U(A)) 180 1/16W Metal Oxide (VC-H982U) 180 1/8W Carbon (VC-H982U) 27k 1/16W Metal Oxide (VC-H982U) 4.7k 1/16W Metal Oxide (VC-H982U) 47k 1/16W Metal Oxide (VC-H982U) 8.2k 1/16W Metal Oxide (VC-H982U) 820 1/16W Metal Oxide (VC-H982U) 6.8k 1/16W Metal Oxide (VC-H982U) 27k 1/8W Carbon (VC-H982U) 4.7k 1/16W Metal Oxide (VC-H982U) 47k 1/8W Carbon (VC-H982U) 8.2k 1/16W Metal Oxide (VC-H982U) 820 1/16W Metal Oxide (VC-H982U) 6.8k 1/16W Metal Oxide (VC-H982U) AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA R722 R726 R727 R728 R731 R732 R734 R735 R736 R737 R738 R739 R740 R741 R742 R743 R744 R745 R746 R747 R710 R711 R712 R714 R715 R716 R717 R718 R719 R720 R721 R671 R672 R675 R676 R677 R678 R679 R701 R703 R704 R705 R706 R707 R708 R709

RESISTORS (Continued)
VRS-CY1JF123J VRS-CY1JF472J VRS-CY1JF103J VRS-CY1JF000J VRS-CY1JF000J VRS-CY1JF153J VRS-CY1JF153J VRS-CY1JF103J VRD-RA2BE102J VRD-RA2BE102J VRD-RA2BE102J VRS-CY1JF153J VRS-CY1JF153J VRS-CY1JF471J VRS-CY1JF102J VRS-CY1JF224J VRS-CY1JF472J VRS-CY1JF473J VRD-RA2BE332J VRD-RA2BE102J VRS-CY1JF102J VRD-RA2BE681J VRS-CY1JF182J VRD-RA2BE102J VRD-RA2BE822J VRD-RA2BE822J VRD-RA2BE102J VRD-RA2BE103J VRD-RA2EE151J VRS-CY1JF102J VRS-CY1JF103J VRS-CY1JF153J VRS-CY1JF223J VRS-CY1JF393J VRS-CY1JF183J VRS-CY1JF102J VRD-RA2BE104J VRD-RA2BE271J VRS-CY1JF104J VRD-RA2BE271J VRS-CY1JF154J VRD-RA2BE102J VRS-CY1JF154J VRD-RA2BE102J VRS-CY1JF000J VRS-CY1JF103J V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V 12k 1/16W Metal Oxide (VC-H982U) 4.7k 1/16W Metal Oxide (VC-H982U) 10k 1/16W Metal Oxide (VC-H982U) 0 1/16W Metal Oxide (VC-H982U) 0 1/16W Metal Oxide (VC-H982U) 15k 1/16W Metal Oxide (VC-H982U) 15k 1/16W Metal Oxide (VC-H982U) 10k 1/16W Metal Oxide 1k 1/8W Carbon 1k 1/8W Carbon 1k 1/8W Carbon 15k 1/16W Metal Oxide 15k 1/16W Metal Oxide 470 1/16W Metal Oxide 1k 1/16W Metal Oxide (VC-H982U) 220k 1/16W Metal Oxide 4.7k 1/16W Metal Oxide 47k 1/16W Metal Oxide 3.3k 1/8W Carbon 1k 1/8W Carbon 1k 1/16W Metal Oxide 680 1/8W Carbon 1.8k 1/16W Metal Oxide 1k 1/8W Carbon 8.2k 1/8W Carbon 8.2k 1/8W Carbon (VC-A582U/A582U(A)) 1k 1/8W Carbon 10k 1/8W Carbon 150 1/4W Carbon 1k 1/16W Metal Oxide 10k 1/16W Metal Oxide 15k 1/16W Metal Oxide 22k 1/16W Metal Oxide 39k 1/16W Metal Oxide 18k 1/16W Metal Oxide 1k 1/16W Metal Oxide 100k 1/8W Carbon 270 1/8W Carbon 100k 1/16W Metal Oxide 270 1/8W Carbon 150k 1/16W Metal Oxide 1k 1/8W Carbon 150k 1/16W Metal Oxide 1k 1/8W Carbon 0 1/16W Metal Oxide 10k 1/16W Metal Oxide AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA

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RESISTORS(Continued)
R748 R750 R751 R752 R753 R754 R755 R760 R761 R770 R773 R781 R782 R783 R784 R790 R791 R793 R801 R802 R809 R810 R811 R812 R813 R814 R815 R821 R822 R823 R824 R825 R826 R902 R903 R904 R905 R906 R907 R911 R914 R915 R916 R917 R918 R919 R920 R922 R925 R951 R952 R954 R955 R957 VRS-CY1JF103J VRS-CY1JF474J VRS-CY1JF123J VRD-RA2BE123J VRS-CY1JF102J VRD-RA2BE102J VRS-CY1JF000J VRS-CY1JF1R0J VRS-CY1JF1R0J VRS-CY1JF332J VRS-CY1JF272J VRD-RA2BE102J VRD-RA2BE102J VRD-RA2BE102J VRD-RA2BE102J VRS-CY1JF101J VRS-CY1JF101J VRD-RA2BE102J VRS-CY1JF333J VRS-CY1JF333J VRS-CY1JF000J VRS-CY1JF103J VRS-CY1JF102J VRD-RA2BE102J VRS-CY1JF822J VRS-CY1JF122J VRS-CY1JF152J VRS-CY1JF822J VRS-CY1JF122J VRS-CY1JF152J VRS-CY1JF222J VRS-CY1JF332J VRS-CY1JF153J VRC-UB2HG275K VRD-RM2HD154J VRS-VV3DB333J VRD-RM2HD390J VRD-RA2BE562J VRD-RM2HD390J VRS-CY1JF100J VRS-CY1JF221J VRS-CY1JF221J VRS-CY1JF472J VRS-CY1JF103J VRS-CY1JF183J VRS-CY1JF392J VRS-CY1JF682J VRS-CY1JF221J VRS-CY1JF000J VRD-RM2HD152J VRS-CY1JF223J VRS-CY1JF561J VRS-CY1JF103J VRD-RA2BE472J V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V 10k 1/16W 470k 1/16W 12k 1/16W 12k 1/8W 1k 1/16W 1k 1/8W 0 1/16W 1 1/16W 1 1/16W 3.3k 1/16W 2.7k 1/16W 1k 1/8W 1k 1/8W 1k 1/8W (VC-H982U) 1k 1/8W 100 1/16W 100 1/16W 1k 1/8W 33k 1/16W 33k 1/16W 0 1/16W 10k 1/16W 1k 1/16W 1k 1/8W 8.2k 1/16W 1.2k 1/16W 1.5k 1/16W 8.2k 1/16W 1.2k 1/16W 1.5k 1/16W 2.2k 1/16W 3.3k 1/16W 15k 1/16W 2.7M 1/2W 150k 1/2W 33k 2W 39 1/2W 5.6k 1/8W 39 1/2W 10 1/16W 220 1/16W 220 1/16W 4.7k 1/16W 10k 1/16W 18k 1/16W 3.9k 1/16W 6.8k 1/16W 220 1/16W 0 1/16W 1.5k 1/2W 22k 1/16W 560 1/16W 10k 1/16W 4.7k 1/8W Metal Oxide Metal Oxide Metal Oxide Carbon Metal Oxide Carbon Metal Oxide Metal Oxide Metal Oxide Metal Oxide Metal Oxide Carbon Carbon Carbon Carbon Metal Oxide Metal Oxide Carbon Metal Oxide Metal Oxide Metal Oxide Metal Oxide Metal Oxide Carbon Metal Oxide Metal Oxide Metal Oxide Metal Oxide Metal Oxide Metal Oxide Metal Oxide Metal Oxide Metal Oxide Solid Carbon Metal Oxide Carbon Carbon Carbon Metal Oxide Metal Oxide Metal Oxide Metal Oxide Metal Oxide Metal Oxide Metal Oxide Metal Oxide Metal Oxide Metal Oxide Carbon Metal Oxide Metal Oxide Metal Oxide Carbon AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AF AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA R958 R959 R960 R961 R962 R973 R974 R991 R992 R993

RESISTORS (Continued)
VRD-RA2EE182J VRD-RA2BE103J VRN-VV3DB3R3J VRD-RA2EE182J VRS-CY1JF103J VRS-CY1JF103J VRS-CY1JF472J VRS-CY1JF102J VRS-CY1JF103J VRS-CY1JF222J V V V V V V V V V V 1.8k 10k 3.3 1.8k 10k 10k 4.7k 1k 10k 2.2k 1/4W 1/8W 2W 1/4W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W Carbon Carbon Metal Film Carbon Metal Oxide Metal Oxide Metal Oxide Metal Oxide Metal Oxide Metal Oxide AA AA AB AA AA AA AA AA AA AA

MISCELLANEOUS PARTS
PSLDM4540AJFW QCNW-0307AJZZ QCNW-0311AJZZ ACC901 QACCD3045AJZZ FB201 RBLN-0036CEZZ FB701 RBLN-0036CEZZ FB702 RBLN-0036CEZZ FB703 RBLN-0036CEZZ FB901 RBLN-0036CEZZ FB902 RBLN-0036CEZZ FH901 QFSHD1013CEZZ FH902 QFSHD1014CEZZ F901 QFS-B1625CEZZ J201 QJAKL0006AJZZ J201 QJAKH0011AJZZ P161 QPLGN0361CEZZ P164 QPLGN0261CEZZ P168 QPLGN0261CEZZ P201 QPLGN0447REZZ P704 QPLGZ0883GEZZ P801 QPLGN0261CEZZ RMC801RRMCU0056GEZZ SC301 QSOCN0611REN1 SC301 SC601 SC602 SC701 SC702 SC705 S101 S701 S806 S807 S809 S810 S811 S813 QSOCN0911REN1 QSOCN0604REN1 QSOCZ0293GEZZ QSOCN0704REN1 QSOCZ0292GEZZ QSOCZ0625CEZZ QSW-S0004AJZZ QSW-F0042AJZZ QSW-K0002AJZZ QSW-K0002AJZZ QSW-K0002AJZZ QSW-K0002AJZZ QSW-K0002AJZZ QSW-K0002AJZZ V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V J V J V V V J V J V V V V V V V V V Shield AE Connecting Cord AD Connecting Cord AE AC Cord AL Balun AB Balun AB Balun AB Balun AB Balun AB Balun AB Fuse Holder AC Fuse Holder AC Fuse 1.6A, 125V AC Jack(VC-H982U) AH Jack(VC-A582U/A582U(A)) AG Plug(VC-H982U) AB Plug(VC-H982U) AB Plug(VC-H982U) AB Plug AA Plug AD Plug AB Remote Receiver AQ Socket AB (VC-A582U/A582U(A)) Socket(VC-H982U) AD Socket AB Socket AC Socket AB Socket AC Socket AC Switch, RF CONVERTOR AF Switch, REC. TIP AG Switch, CH AD Switch, SET AD Switch, MENU AD Switch, CH + AD Switch, EJECT AD Switch, POWER AD

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DUNTK5471TEV0 OPERATION UNIT


RESISTORS
R881 R882 R883 VRS-CY1JF222J VRS-CY1JF332J VRS-CY1JF472J V V V 2.2k 1/16W Metal Oxide AA 3.3k 1/16W Metal Oxide AA 4.7k 1/16W Metal Oxide AA 1 2 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53

MECHANISM CHASSIS
(VC-A582U/H982U)
LBNDK1011AJZZ LBOSZ1007AJZZ LBOSZ1006AJZZ LCHSM0166AJZZ LHLDZ2016AJZZ LPOLM0063GEZZ LPOLM0064GEZZ MLEVF0518AJZZ V V V V V J J V Tension Band Assy AH Tension Arm boss AD Cassette Stay L AD Main Chassis Assy BA Loading Motor Block AG Supply Pole Base Assy AM Take-Up Pole Base Assy AM Take-Up Loading AF Arm Assy Supply Loading AF Arm Assy Pinch Drive Lever Assy AG Pinch Roller Lever Assy AW Tension Arm Assy AK A/C Head Plate AG Sifter Drive Lever AE Pinch Double Action Lever AD Reverse Guide Lever Assy AL Reverse Drive Lever AD Slow Brake Lever AE Open Lever AD Clutch Lever AE Sup Main Brake Assy AF Take-Up Main Brake AF Assy Auto Head Cleaner Assy AG Sifter AH Reverse Guide Spring 2 AE Loading Double Action AE Spring Pinch Double Action AD Spring Earth Spring AC Tension Spring AD Reel Belt AE Reel Disk AE Loading Connect Gear AD Master Cam AE Casecon Drive Gear AD Take-Up Loading Gear AF Supply Loading Gear AD Pinch Drive Cam AE Reel Relay Gear AE Worm Gear AD Worm Wheel Gear AD Idler Wheel Assy AK Motor Pully AD Limitter Pulley Assy AM Guide Roller AL Tension Pole Adjuster AB Guide Roller Spring AC Light Guide AE FFC for Drum Motor AG

MISCELLANEOUS PARTS
P881 S881 S882 S883 S884 S885 QPLGZ0626CEZZ QSW-Z0001AJZZ QSW-K0002AJZZ QSW-K0002AJZZ QSW-K0002AJZZ QSW-K0002AJZZ V V V V V V Plug, 6pin Switch, SHUTTLE Switch, REC Switch, PAUSE/STILL Switch, PLAY Switch, STOP AF AQ AD AD AD AD

MLEVF0519AJZZ V MLEVF0499AJZZ MLEVF0500GEZZ MLEVF0496AJZZ LANGF9620AJFW MLEVP0271AJZZ MLEVP0272AJZZ MLEVP0301AJZZ MLEVP0275AJZZ MLEVP0292AJZZ MLEVP0290AJZZ MLEVP0293AJZZ MLEVP0294AJZZ MLEVP0295AJZZ CLEVP0287AJZZ MSLiP0010AJZZ MSPRD0175AJFJ MSPRT0402AJFJ V J V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V

MSPRT0403AJFJ V MSPRC0213AJFJ MSPRT0416AJFJ NBLTK0067AJ00 NDAiV1078AJ00 NGERH1293AJZZ NGERH1295AJ00 NGERH1294AJZZ NGERH1270AJZZ NGERH1271AJZZ NGERH1272AJZZ NGERH1299AJZZ NGERW1070AJZZ NGERW1066AJZZ NiDR-0018AJZZ NPLYV0162AJZZ NPLYV0163AJZZ NROLP0131GEZZ NSFTP0032AJZZ MSPRC0217AJFJ PREFL1011AJZZ QCNW-0308AJZZ V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V J V V V V

End of Operation Unit

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QCNW-0272AJZZ V QPWBF5469AJZZ V QSOCN0605REN1 V RHEDT0036AJZZ V RHEDU0088GEZZ J RMOTM1078GEZZ J RMOTN2055GEZZ J RMOTP1135GEZZ J DDRMW0029TEX1 V

MECHANISM CHASSIS
(VC-A582U(A)only)
1 2 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 27 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 55 56 LBNDK1011GEZZ LBOSZ1007GEZZ LBOSZ1006GEZZ LCHSM0166GEZZ LHLDZ2016GEZZ LPOLM0063GEZZ LPOLM0064GEZZ MLEVF0518GEZZ J J J J J J J J Tension Band Assy AH Tension Arm boss AD Cassette Stay L AD Main Chassis Assy BA Loading Motor Block AG Supply Pole Base Assy AM Take-Up Pole Base Assy AM Take-Up Loading AF Arm Assy Supply Loading AF Arm Assy Pinch Drive Lever Assy AG Pinch Roller Lever Assy AW Tension Arm Assy AK A/C Head Plate AG Sifter Drive Lever AE Pinch Double Action Lever AD Reverse Guide Lever Assy AL Reverse Drive Lever AB Slow Brake Lever AE Open Lever AD Clutch Lever AE Sup Main Brake Assy AF Take-Up Main Brake AF Assy Sifter AH Reverse Guide Spring AE Loading Double Action AE Spring Pinch Double Action AD Spring Earth Spring AC Tension Spring Reel Belt AE Reel Disk AE Loading Connect Gear AD Master Cam AE Casecon Drive Gear AD Take-Up Loading Gear AF Supply Loading Gear AD Pinch Drive Cam AE Reel Relay Gear AE Worm Gear AD Worm Wheel Gear AD Idler Wheel Assy AK Motor Pully AD Limitter Pulley Assy AM Guide Roller AL Tension Pole Adjuster AB Guide Roller Spring AC Light Guide AE FFC for Drum Motor AG FFC for A/C Head AF A/C Head PWB AE

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BU

MLEVF0519GEZZ J MLEVF0499GEZZ MLEVF0500GEZZ MLEVF0496GEZZ LANGF9620GEFW MLEVP0271GEZZ MLEVP0272GEZZ MLEVP0301GEZZ MLEVP0275GEZZ MLEVP0292GEZZ MLEVP0290GEZZ MLEVP0293GEZZ MLEVP0294GEZZ MLEVP0295GEZZ J J J J J J J J J J J J J

65 66

QBRSK0041GEZZ J XBPSD26P05J00 V

AD AA

67 68 69 70 71

PGiDC0056GEFW QPWBF5468AJZZ QPLGZ0292GEZZ MSPRC0223AJFJ MSPRC0224AJFJ

J V J V V

AL AE AE AC AC

MSLiP0010GEZZ J MSPRD0175GEFJ J MSPRT0402GEFJ J MSPRT0403GEFJ J MSPRC0213GEFJ J MSPRT0416GEFJ J NBLTK0067AJZZ V NDAiV1078GE00 J NGERH1293GEZZ J NGERH1295GE00 J NGERH1294GEZZ J NGERH1270GEZZ J NGERH1271GEZZ J NGERH1272GEZZ J NGERH1299GEZZ J NGERW1070GEZZ J NGERW1066GEZZ J NiDR-0018GEZZ J NPLYV0162GEZZ J NPLYV0163GEZZ J NROLP0131GEZZ J NSFTP0032GEZZ J MSPRC0217GEFJ J PREFL1011GEZZ J QCNW-0308AJZZ V QCNW-0272AJZZ V QPWBF5469GEZZ J

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VC-A582U VC-A582U(A) VC-H982U Ref. No. 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 65 66 Part No. # Description Socket, 6 pin Full Erase Head A/C Head Assy Loading Motor Capstan Motor Drum Drive Motor Upper and lower drum Assy(VC-A582U(A)) Drum Earth Brush Drum Drive Motor Mounting Screw (SW2.6P+5S) Drum Base PWB(LDG Motor) Socket(LDG Motor) Azimuth Spring Height Adjusting Spring Code AB AM AV AK BA AX BU AD AA Ref. No. Part No. # Description Code

QSOCN0605REN1 V RHEDT0036AJZZ V RHEDU0088GEZZ J RMOTM1078GEZZ J RMOTN2055GEZZ J RMOTP1135GEZZ J DDRMW0029TEX1 J QBRSK0041GEZZ J XBPSD26P05J00 V

SCREW, NUTS AND WASHERS


201 202 203 207 208 209 210 211 212 213 214 XBPSD26P08000 V LX-HZ3082GEZZ J XHPSD26P06000 V XHPSD30P08WS0 V XRESJ30-06000 XWHJZ31-05052 XWHJZ31-03052 XWHJZ31-04052 XWHJZ31-06052 XWHJZ31-07052 PSPAP0009AJZZ V V V V V V V Screw 2.6P+8S A/C Head A/C Head Screw Screw, C2.6P+6S (For Capstan Motor) Screw, C3.0P+8S (For Drum Base) E-Ring, E-3 Washer, W3.1-5.2-0.5 Washer, W3.1-5.2-0.3 Washer, W3.1-5.2-0.4 Washer, W3.1-5.2-0.6 Washer, W3.1-5.2-0.7 Reverse Guide Adjusting Nut (VC-A582U/H982U) Reverse Guide Adjusting Nut (VC-A582U(A)) CW 2.5-6-0.5 CAM Drum Base Mounting Screw (SW 3P+8S) CW 2.6-4.7-10.5 RED Tilt Adjusting Screw Azimuth Adjusting Screw 2.6+6S Screw (A/C Head) Washer, W3.1-5.2-0.8 AA AD AA AA AA AC AC AC AC AC AB

67 68 69 70 71

PGiDC0056GEFW QPWBF5468GEZZ QPLGZ0292GEZZ MSPRC0223GEFJ MSPRC0224GEFJ

J J J J J

AL AE AE AC AC

214

PSPAP0009GEZZ J

AA

216 218 219 220 221 222 223

LX-WZ1041GE00 XBPSD30P08J00

J V

AA AA AB AA AA AD AC

LX-WZ1098GE00 J LX-BZ3096GEFD J XBPSD26P06000 V LX-BZ3197GEFD XWHJZ31-08052 J V

End of Mechanism Chassis

End of Screw, Nuts and Washers

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VC-A582U VC-A582U(A) VC-H982U Ref. No. Part No. # Description Code Ref. No. 312 313 300 CHLDX3080TEV1 V Cassette Housing Control Assy (VC-A582U/H982U) Cassette Housing Control Assy (VC-A582U(A)) Upper Plate (VC-A582U/H982U) Upper Plate (VC-A582U(A)) Frame (L) (VC-A582U/H982U) Frame (L) (VC-A582U(A)) Frame (R) (VC-A582U/H982U) Frame (R) (VC-A582U(A)) Holder (L) (VC-A582U/H982U) Holder (L) (VC-A582U(A)) Holder (R) (VC-A582U/H982U) Holder (R) (VC-A582U(A)) Proof Lever (R) (VC-A582U/H982U) Proof Lever (R) (VC-A582U(A)) Door Open Lever (VC-A582U/H982U) Door Open Lever (VC-A582U(A)) Slider (VC-A582U/H982U) Slider (VC-A582U(A)) Proof Lever (R) Spring (VC-A582U/H982U) Proof Lever (R) Spring (VC-A582U(A)) Drive Gear (R) Spring (VC-A582U/H982U) Drive Gear (R) Spring (VC-A582U(A)) Cassette Spring (VC-A582U/H982U) Cassette Spring (VC-A582U(A)) Double Action Spring (VC-A582U/H982U) AX 313 AX 314 314 AL 315 AL 315 AH 316 AH 316 AH 317 AH 317 AE AE AE AE AE AE AD AD AK AK AB AB AE AE AE AD AC End of Cassette Housing Control NSFTD0041GEFD J NSFTD0041AJFD V NGERR3005GEFW J NGERR3005AJFW V NGERR1008GE00 J NGERR1008AJ00 V NGERH1278GEZZ J NGERH1279AJZZ V NGERH1279GEZZ J Part No. # Description Double Action Spring (VC-A582U(A)) Drive Gear L (VC-A582U/H982U) Drive Gear L (VC-A582U(A)) Drive Gear R (VC-A582U/H982U) Drive Gear R (VC-A582U(A)) Double Action Rack Gear (VC-A582U/H982U) Double Action Rack Gear (VC-A582U(A)) Drive Angle Gear (VC-A582U/H982U) Drive Angle Gear (VC-A582U(A)) Main Shaft (VC-A582U/H982U) Main Shaft (VC-A582U(A)) Code AB AE AE AE AE AE AE AG AG AH AF

CASSETTE HOUSING CONTROL

MSPRT0381GEFJ J NGERH1278AJZZ V

300

CHLDX3081GE01 J

301 301 302 302 303 303 304 304 305 305 306 306 307 307 308 308 309 309 310 310 311 311 312

LANGF9592AJFW V LANGF9592GEFW J LHLDX1028AJ00 LHLDX1028GE00 LHLDX1032AJ00 LHLDX1032GE00 LHLDX1030AJZZ V J V J V

LHLDX1030GEZZ J LHLDX1031AJZZ V

LHLDX1031GEZZ J MLEVF0469AJFW V MLEVF0469GEFW J MLEVP0281AJ00 V

MLEVP0281GE00 J MSLiF0075AJFW V

MSLiF0075GEFW J MSPRD0151AJFJ V MSPRD0151GEFJ J MSPRD0166AJFJ V MSPRD0166GEFJ J MSPRP0175AJFJ V MSPRP0159GEFJ J MSPRT0381AJFJ V

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MECHANICAL PARTS
600 602 602 603 604 605 607 608 608 608 609 610 612 613 614 614 614 615 GCABA1092AJKB V GCABB1185AJKB V GCABB1185EJKB I PSLDM4539AJFW XHPSD26P06WS0 XHPSD30P06WS0 XEPSD30P14XS0 GCOVA2072AJKZ V V V V V Top Cabinet (VC-A582U/H982U) Main Frame (VC-A582U/H982U) Main Frame (VC-A582U(A)) Drum Sheild Screw Screw Screw Antenna Terminal Cover (VC-A582U) Antenna Terminal Cover (VC-A582U(A)) Antenna Terminal Cover (VC-H982U) Screw (Antenna Terminal Cover) Screw Sensor LED Cover Foot Felt Model Label (VC-A582U) Model Label (VC-A582U(A)) Model Label (VC-H982U) Screw AQ AQ AQ AH AA AA AB AE AE 501-3 AE 501-3 AA 501-4 AB AD AB AC AC AC AA 501-4 501-4 501-5 501-5 501-5 501-6 501-7 501-8 502 503 504 505 505 501 501 501 501-1 501-1 501-2 501-3

FRONT PANEL PARTS


CPNLC2327TEV1 V CPNLC2327TE00 V CPNLC2345TEV0 V Front Panel Assy (VC-A582U) Front Panel Assy (VC-A582U(A)) Front Panel Assy (VC-H982U) Front Panel (VC-A582U/A582U(A)) Front Panel (VC-H982U) SHARP Badge Cassette Flap (VC-A582U) Cassette Flap (VC-A582U(A)) Cassette Flap (VC-H982U) Window Dec. (VC-A582U) Window Dec. (VC-A582U(A)) Window Dec. (VC-H982U) Button, REC (VC-A582U) Button, REC (VC-A582U(A)) Button, REC (VC-H982U) Button, SET/UP (VC-H982U) Cassette Spring Flap Dec. (VC-H982U) Button Holder Button, Play Dial Feature Label (VC-A582U/H982U) Feature Label (VC-A582U(A)) AX AX AY AE AG AG AG AL AL AL AC AC AD AD AB AD AE AF AF AF AF

HBDGB1008AJSA V HDECQ1756AJSA V HDECQ1756EJSA I HDECQ1773AJSA V HDECQ1757AJSA V HDECQ1757EJSA I HDECQ1774AJSA V JBTN-2844AJSC JBTN-2844EJSC JBTN-2849AJSB JBTN-2854AJSA V V V V

GCOVA2072EJKZ I GCOVA2073AJKZ V XEBSD30P12000 V LX-HZ3087GEFN J LHLDZ1962AJ00 V PFLT-0016AJZZ V TLABM3670AJZZ V TLABM3670EJZZ I

TLABM3688AJZZ V XJPSD30P10WS0 V

MSPRD0103AJFJ V HDECQ1761AJSA V LHLDZ2015AJZZ JBTN-2845AJSB JKNBK1105AJSB TLABZ1512AJZZ TLABZ1512EJZZ V V V V I

End of Machanical Parts

End of Front Panel Parts

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VC-A582U VC-A582U(A) VC-H982U Ref. No. Part No. # Description Code Ref. No. Part No. # Description Code

SUPPLIED ACCESSORIES
ACCESSORIES
QCNW-0298AJZZ V RRMCG0235AJSA V 90A64EC2078A V TiNS-3224AJZZ TiNS-3224EJZZ V I 75 ohm Coaxial Cable Infrared Remote Control Battery Cover, Infrared Remote Control Operation Manual (VC-A582U/H982U) Operation Manual (VC-A582U(A)) Timer Card (VC-A582U/H982U) Timer Card (VC-A582U(A)) AK AZ AF AG AG AC AC

TCADH0039AJZZ V TCADH0039EJZZ I

ACCESSORIES(NOT REPLACEMENT ITEM)


TGAN-0001AJZZ TGAN-0001EJZZ Guarantee Card (VC-A582U/H982U) Guarantee Card (VC-A582U(A))

End of Supplied Accessories

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11. EXPLODED VIEW OF MECHANICAL PARTS


MECHANISM CHASSIS PARTS
66

62 66 66 26 65 62

53 222 202 70 57 221 59 55 220

G
63 207 207 50

56 202

201 202

16 71

67

49 51 22

218 49 58 33 25 52 2 24 11 214 12 7 19 18 20 203 29 51 32 31 8

15

D
35

35 5
209 210 211 212 213 223

216 41 43

46

43 23 9 21 10 39 30 30 36 40 37 48 27 219 45 6 44 208 47 60 68 17 38

61

34

A
69

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CASSETTE HOUSING CONTROL PARTS

300

301

304
F

302 311 311 305 308


E

306

309 313

310 317

303 314
C

312

307

315 316

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MECHANICAL PARTS

609

S H A R P
600 604 605

F
608

603

A
607

B
615

612

610

614

C
B
613

609

602

615

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FRONT PANEL PARTS (VC-A582U/A582U(A))

F
501-7 501-3

501-2

SH

AR

501-1

501-5

501-4

B
501

504
PL ST AY OP

502

A
503

PRECAUTION ON FRONT PANEL SET-UP


Cassette cover Front panel Cassette housing Cassette cover open lever Cassette cover open lever About 45 Cassette cover Cassette cover open lever 5 1 2 3 4

Before attaching the front panel in position, make sure that the cassette cover open lever is in its right place (lower-most). If it is out of position, push it down with a finger.

Keep the cassette over about 45 open and make sure that the cassette cover open lever is between the front panel and the cassette cover. Now fix the front panel in place.

Do not mount the front panel with the cassette cover tilted too open. Otherwise the cassette cover might wrongly run on the cassette housing.

Removing the cassette compartment cover. 1 Open the cassette compartment cover fully. 2 Remove the center positioner. 3 Slide the cover to the right. 4 Slightly bend the cover. 5 Draw out the left-side rod.

93

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FRONT PANEL PARTS (VC-H982U)

F
501-7 501-3

501-8

501-2

SH

AR

501-8 501-1 505

501-6

501-5

501-4

501

504
PL ST AY OP

502

A
503

PRECAUTION ON FRONT PANEL SET-UP


Cassette cover Front panel Cassette housing Cassette cover open lever Cassette cover open lever About 45 Cassette cover Cassette cover open lever 5 1 2 3 4

Before attaching the front panel in position, make sure that the cassette cover open lever is in its right place (lower-most). If it is out of position, push it down with a finger.

Keep the cassette over about 45 open and make sure that the cassette cover open lever is between the front panel and the cassette cover. Now fix the front panel in place.

Do not mount the front panel with the cassette cover tilted too open. Otherwise the cassette cover might wrongly run on the cassette housing.

Removing the cassette compartment cover. 1 Open the cassette compartment cover fully. 2 Remove the center positioner. 3 Slide the cover to the right. 4 Slightly bend the cover. 5 Draw out the left-side rod.

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12. PACKING OF THE SET


I Setting position of the Knobs
RF conv. CH. preset at "3" channel

Accessories
TiNS-3224AJZZ TiNS-3224EJZZ # TGAN-0001AJZZ # TGAN-0001EJZZ # TCADH0039AJZZ # TCADH0039EJZZ QCNW-0298AJZZ Operation Manual (VC-A582U/H982U) Operation Manual (VC-A582U(A)) Guarantee Card (VC-A582U/H982U) Guarantee Card (VC-A582U(A)) Timer Card (VC-A582U/H982U) Timer Card (VC-A582U(A)) 75ohm Coaxial Cable

RRMCG0235AJSA Infrared Remote Control Unit

# SPAKP0114AJZZ (VC-A582U/H982U) # SPAKP0098AJZZ (VC-A582U(A)) Polyethyrene Sack # Dry Battery

FRONT

# SPAKX1003AJZZ (VC-A582U/H982U) # SPAKX1004EJZZ (VC-A582U(A)) Buffer Material

SPAKC3631AJZZ (VC-A582U) SPAKC3631EJZZ (VC-A582U(A)) SPAKC3632AJZZ (VC-H982U) Packing Case

Use 8 staples to fix the bottom of packing case.

# TLABK0005AJZZ FRONT

NO. Card

MARK # Not Replacement Item

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