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SHARI= SERVICE MANUAL

Dolby noise reduction manufactured under license from


Dolby Laboratories Licensing Corporation.
. DOLBY and the double-D symbol 00 are trademarks of
Dolby Laboratories Licensing Corporation.
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* In the interests of user-safety the set should be restored to its original


condition and only parts identical to those specified be used.

INDEX TO CONTENTS
Page

SPEClFlCATlQNS ..................................... ............................................................................ 2


VOLTAGE SELECTION.. ................................. ...................................................................... 2
NAMES OF PARTS ................................ ............................................................................ 3-5
OPERATION MANUAL.. ............... ...................................................................................... 6-9
DISASSEMBLY .......... .................................................................................................... IO-12
REMOVING AND REINSTALLING THE MAIN PARTS ................................................. 12-14
ADJUSTMENT.. ......... ..................................................................................................... 15-19
TROUBLESHOOTING (CD SECTION) ................................... . . ..... ............................... 20-24
NOTES ON SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM ................... ..... ......................................................... 25
WAVEFORMS OF CD CIRCUIT.. ................................... ..................................................... 26
BLOCK DIAGRAM ....................... ................................................................................... 27-30
SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM /WIRING SIDE OF P.W.BOARD ........................................... 31-49
TYPES OF TRANSISTOR AND LED ............................ ...................................................... 50
LCD SEGMENT ............................ ....................................................................................... 50
FUNCTION TABLE OF IC .............................. ................................................................ 51-55
EXPLODED VIEW .............................. ............................................................................ 56-60
REPLACEMENT PARTS LIST ............................ ........................................................... 61-68

SHARP CORPORATION

FOR A COMPLETE DESCRIPTION OF THE OPERATION OF THIS UNIT, PLEASE REFER


TO THE OPERATION MANUAL.

SPECIFICATIONS
MAIN UNIT SECTION
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Compact disc player

Type:
Signal readout:
Rotational speed:
Error converter:
D/A converter:
Filter:
Frequency response:
Wow and flutter :

General

Power source:
Power consumption:
Output power:

Compact disc player


Non-contact, 3-beam semiconductor
laser pickup
200 - 500 rpm CLV, Approx.
ClRC (Cross interleave Reed-Solomon
Code)
16-bit
4-times oversanpling digital filter
20 - 20,00OHz(+l/-3 dB)
Unmeasurable
(less than 0.001 % W.peak)

Input terminals:
Output terminals:

Dimensions:
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Tuner

Frequency range:

Sensitivity:

FM; 88 - 108 MHz


AM; 531 - 1,602 kHz
(For customers in America)
FM; 87.5 - 108 MHz
AM; 530 - 1,720 kHz
FM; 8 @I
AM; 500 pV/m

Weight:

Speaker section
Tape:
Speakers:
Frequency:

Tape deck

Tape:
Frequency response:

Signal/noise ratio:

Wow and flutter:

AC110/127/220/240V,50/60Hz
91 w
Maximum MPO; 70 W (35 W + 35 W)
RMS;22W(ll W+ll W)
(10 % T.H.D. 1 kHz,8 ohms)
RMS;16W(8W+8W)
(0.9 % T.H.D. 1 kHz,8 ohms)
AUX; 350 mV / 47 kohms
Headphones; 16 - 50 ohms
(recommended; 32 ohms)
Speakers; 8 ohms
CD output; 750 mV / 50 kohms (
W idth; 150 mm (5 - 15/16)
Height; 185 mm (7 - 5/l 6)
Depth; 260 mm (10 - l/4)
3.5 kg (7.7 Ibs.)

Maximum power
handling capacity:
Impedance:
Dimensions:

Compact cassette tape


50 - 14,000 Hz (Normal tape)
50 - 15,000 Hz (CrO, tape)
50 - 16,000 Hz (Metal tape)
50 dB (Dolby NR off)
Dolby NR effect; IO dB
(at over 5 kHz)
3.2 % (WRMS)

Weight:

F&range speaker system


10 cm (4) full range speaker
40 - 20,000 Hz (with circuit
enhancement)
25 W
8 ohms
W idth; 130 mm(5 - l/8)
Height; 177 mm(6 - 31/32)
Depth; 216 mm (8 - 9/i 6)
1.3 kg (2.9 Ibs.) / each

Specifications for this model are subject to change without prior


notice.

VOLTAGE SELECTION
The voltage selector is located on the AC voltage selector box. If
adjustment is necessary, use a screwdriver in order to turn the
selector in either direction until the correct voltage figure is
displayed in the window next to the adjustment screw.

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NAMES OF PARTS
m Front panel
1. FunctlonKrack Number/CD CounterfTimel
FrequencylVolume~rebleisass Indicator
2. Total Time Indicator
3. Remaining Time Indicator
4. FM Stereo Mode Indicator
5. Random Play Indicator
6. Programme indicator
7. FM Stereo Indicator: a
8. Repeat Indicator: c
9. Timer/Timer Record Indicator
10. Steep Indicator
11. Record Indicator: 0
12. Tape Direction Indicator: 4 )
13. Reverse Mode Indicator: (~1
14. Dolby NR Indicator: 00
15. Music Schedule Indicators
16. Music Schedule Over Indicator: @x-

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17. Remote Control Sensor


18. Power Switch and Stand-by Indicator
19. Stop Button: n
20. Reverse Play Button: 4
21. Fast Wind Button: t*
22. Volume/Bass/Treble Selector Button
23. Volume/Bass/Treble Control Buttons: v 1 A
24. Cassette Compartment
25. Forward Play Button:)
26. Fast Wind Button: H
27. Headphones Socket
28. Reverse Mode Button
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29. Dolby NR Button
30. Record Pause Button
31. CD Editing Button

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The *. *. . marks on the operation buttons of the main unit


indicate that they are direct function buttons.

Top panel

1. CD Compartment
2. TracWPreset Up Button: b+l I A
3. Track/Preset Down Button: m Iv
4. Stop Button: n
5. Play/Repeat Button: b c
6. Eject Button: r
7. Auxiliary Button
8. Tuner/Band Selector Button

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S Rear panel
9. Auxiliary Input Sockets

10. CD Output Sockets

(Rear)

11. FM Aerial Terminals


12. FM/AM Aerial Earth Terminal
13. AM Aerial Terminal
14. Speaker Terminals

H Bottom panel
15. Beat Cancel Switch
16. AC Voltage Selector

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17. Reset Button

W Speiker section

18. Bass Reflex port


19. Speaker Wire

Active servo technology system


The Active Servo Technology System incorporates an active
servo Processing amplifier, which directly operates the speakers.
This greatly improves the driving and controlling forces on the
speakers. These exclusive active servo processing speakers
make possible, powerful bass playback with limited distortion,
and clear sound quality, even though they are compact in size.

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(Bottom)
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16
17

n Remote control

1. Remote Control Transmitter Window


2. Tuner Preset/CD Track Number Input Buttons
3. Tuner Call/Band Selector Button

l CD control buttons
4. Programme Button
5. CD Call Button
6. Auto Editing Button
7. Random Play Button
8. Pause Button: II
9. Time Display Selector Button
10. Play/Repeat Button: ) c
11. Stop Button: n
12. Track Up/Down Buttons: H* I m

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5
CD 6
17

0 Tape control buttons

18

1 3 . Record Pause Button: 0 II


14. Stop Button: n
15. Forward Play Button: )
Button: 4
16. R e v e r s ePlay
17. Fast WindlAPSS Buttons: U / H

18. Auxiliary Call Button


19. Power Button
20. Volume/Bass/Treble Selector Button
21. Volume/Bass/Treble Control Buttons: v I A

Note:

The 1marks above the buttons on the remote control


indicate that they are direct function buttons.
22. Shift Button

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22

The following buttons function only by pressing them


button before pressing the following buttons.

23
24
25

H Tape control section


23. Reverse Mode Button
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section

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24. Auto Memory Button


25. TuningfTime Control Bunons: v I A
26. Timer Stand-by Button
27. Steep Button
28. Timer Button
29. Clock Button
30. FM Mode Button
31. Set Button

n CD control section

32. Clear Button


33. Cue Button: H

34. Review Button: 44

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29
30
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33
34

H Proper use of the remote control


Aim the remote control at the remote control sensor within 30,
with no obstacles, and operate as shown.
Notes concerning use:
0 Replace the batteries if control distance decreases or operation becomes erratic.
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Periodically clean the transmitter window oh the remote


control and the sensor on the main unit with a soft cloth.

0 Exposing the sensor oh the math unit to strong light can


interfere with operatton. Change the lighting or the direction
of the unit.
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Keep the remote control away from moisture. excessive


heat. shock, and vibrations.

l The remote controts usable range is between


6 m (20) away from the sensor.

0.2 m (8) and

n AM interval (span)
TUNER
(BAND)
The Intermittonal Telecommunicatron Unron (ITU) has established that member countries should matntarn etther a 10 kHz
or a 9 ktiz interval between broadcasting frequencies of any
AM station. The illustration shows the 9 kHz interval zones
(regrow 1 and 3). and the 10 kHz interval zone (region 2).
This product IS not equipped with a span selector. However. it
will be adjusted to either a 9 kHz or 10 kHz span when shrpped
from the &tory.
Before usmg the unit. check whetherornot the initral span is the
same span as used in your area, using the folIowIng method.

Plug the AC power lead into ah AC socket

2 Press the TUNER (BAND) button to select AM band


0 If AM 531 kHz is displayed, it means the radio is adjusted
for a 9 kHz span. If AM 530 kHzis displayed, It means the
radio is adjusted for a 10 kHz span.

To change from a 9 kHz span to a 10 kHz span:

down

1 Unplug the AC power lead from the AC socket.


2 Whilst holding
the TUNER (BAND) and POWER

buttons oh the main unit, plug the AC power lead Into ah AC 3


socket.
3 Press the TUNER (BAND) button to select AM band.

0 AM 530 kHz will be displayed.

Note:
0 To return the tuning span to9kHz. unplugthe AC powerlead
from the AC socket and then press the RESET button.

Cautions:
0 When the unit IS left for approximately two weeks after the
span has been switched and the AC power lead has been
disconnected, it WIII be automatically returned to a 9 kHz
span. If thts happens. set the span agaln.
@ When the span is switched, any stations that are memorised
will be cancelled.
0 When the unit has been already set to a 10 kHz span, It
cannot be swtched to a 9 kHz span.

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0 When Lhhe AC power lead IS llrst connected, the clock


indicator will flash at TIME-ADJ.

Remote control operation:

CD

1 press

playback

the 8 button

1 Whilst

0 The power will be automatically connected.

l If the next operation is not performed within 5 seconds, the


initial display will reappear.

holding down the SHIFT button, press lhe CLOCK


button.

Whilst holding down the SHIFT button, press the SET bunon
and then press the TUNING/TIMEbutton to adjust the hour.

Press the EJECT button lo open the CD compartment.

3 Place a compact disc on the spindle, label side up


0 8 cm (3) discs may be played without a adaptor

l Whilst holding down the SHIFT button. press the TUNING/


TIME button once to advance the time by one hour. Hold it
down for more than 2 seconds to advance the time continuously. AMwill automatically change to PM.

4 Close the CD compartment by firmly pushing it.


0 The total umber of tracks and the total playing time will be
displayed for several seconds.

0 0the disblay. midnight is shotin as AM 12:Oo and noon


is shown as PM 12:OO. When senino the time, be careful
not to contuse AM with PM.

0 The music schedule will be displayed only for the number of


tracks on the disc.

3 Whilst holdingdowntheSHlFTbutton, press the SETbutton


and the press the TUNING/TIME button to adjust the
minutes.

0 If the compact disc contains 16 tracks or more, the b


indicator will light up on the mustc schedule.

l Hold down the button for more than 2 seconds to make the
time selling advance in 5 minute intervals.

5 Press the t c button to start playback from track 1

The hour setting will not change, even if the minutes


advance from 59 lo 00.

To interrupt playback:

4 Whilst holding down the SHIFT button, press the SET


button.
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9 Press the II button on the remote control.


a Press the t c button to resume playback from the same
ooint.

The clock will start operating from 0 seconds.


(Seconds are not displayed.)

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To stop playback:
Press the m button

Notes:

To switch the unit off after use:

0 In the event of a power failure or when the AC power lead is


disconnected, the clock display will go out.
When the ACpowersupplyis resumed, theclockdisplaywill
flash on and off to Indicate that the time must be reset.

Set the POWER switch to STAND-BY.

Direct playback:
Total number of tracks

Total playing time

0 To reset the time, when the power is connected, start tram


step 1. If the power has been disconnected. start from step
2.

If a compact disc is already Ithe CD compartment, whether or


not the power is on, and eveif the input mode position is not
set 1oCD. just press the ) c button lo aulomal~cally turn on
the power and start playback.

Precautions:
0 DO not open the CD compartment whilst the disc is rotating.

Remaining playing time for first track

0 If the disc is damaged, dirty, or loaded upside down, the


display will show error signs as follows:
- NO DISCor ERROR is displayed.
Clean. replace. or load the disc properly.
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If TV or radio interference occurs dunng CD operation,


move the unit away from the TV or radio.

Subtecting the unit lo shock or vibration can cause


mistracking.

Playing some compact discs at high volume can cause


mistracking. In this case, listen at lower volume.

Music schedule

0 If a malfunction occurs during the disc operation. re-load the


;i or set the POWER switch to STAND-BY and back to
0 Keep foreign objects out of the CD compartment,
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Keep the CD compartment closed except when loading


discs.

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W Direct-selection play
[Remote control operation]

SHIFT

(Automatic Programmable Music Selector)


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By using the track number input buttons on the remote control,


any track you wish to listen to can be played directly.

[Remote control operation]

1 Use the track number Input buttons to select the desired


track number.

Load a disc and close the CD compartment.

2 When in Ihe stop mode, press the PAGMICLEARbutton to


prepare for programmimj.

A. For example, to choose selectlon 12

0 The PROGRAMindicator will flash.


(1) Press the +lobutton.
(2) Within 3 seconds, press the 2/Y button.

B. For example, 10 choose selecfion 20

3 Use the track number input buttons to select the desired


track number.
PROGRAM Indicator

0 The selected track number wll be displayed.


l The programmed playback order and the total playing time
of the programmed tracks WIII be automatically dlsplayed,
and only those track numbers will appear in the music
schedule.

(1) Press the +lO button.


(2) Within 3 seconds. press the +lO button again.
(3) Within 3 seconds. press the O/lo button.
2 The beginning of the selected track will be found and play
WIII begln automatic+ly.

0 If the total playing time of the programmed tracks exceeds


t 00 minutes. --:-- will be displayed.

Playback order

0 For example, to choose selection 12


Note:

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(1) Press the +lO button.


(2) Withm 3 seconds, press the 2.12 button.

Total playing time

A track number higher than the number of tracks on the disc


cannot be selected.

4 Repeat step 3 for any other track. Up to 20 tracks can be


programmed.
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n APSS
(Auto Program Search System)

To cancel the most recently programmed track, during


programming, hold down the SHIFT button, and than press
the PRGMICLEAR button when the PROGRAM Indicator
flashes.

5 Press the ) c button to start playback of programmed


selections.

APSS automatically locates the begmning 01 any track

1 Load a disc and begin playback.


2 Press the m button to move forward or the m button
to tevetse through the CD.
0 If Ihe HI button arm button is pressed repeatedly during
playback, playbackwill begin from the beginning of the track
shown Ithe track number indicator.

l if the w button or H4 bution is pressed whilst in the stop


mode, the CD player will stop at Ihe beginning of the track
shown in the track number indicator. Press the l c1 button
to begm playback.

Call, Clear:

1
PRGMKLEAR

Press the CALL button whilst the disc is stopped to review


the order of the programmed sequence before playback
begins.

0 Whilst the playback order and track numbers are displayed.


the track numbers on the music schedule wll also flash on
and off in the same order.

Note:

2 Press the CALL button during playback or in the pause


mode to check the number of the next track to be played.

APSS will move toward orbackward from any point on the disc
beforeplaybackbegins. Itwillnotmove forwardduringplayback
of the final track.

3 To cancel a programmed sequence, hold down the SHIFT


bunon, and then press the PRGMKLEAR button whilst the
disc is stopped and the PROGRAMindicator is lit.

Notes:
0 Opening the CD compartment automatically cancels the
programmed sequence.
Track number

Playback order _

0 Programming and cancelling are not possible during playback or in the pause mode.

SHIFT

W Cue 8nd review

n Random play

[Remote

[Remote control operation]

control operation]

The tracks on the disc can be played Irandom order automatically.

1 Load a disc and begln playback.


2 Whilst holding down the SHIFT button, hold the w button

1 Load a disc and close the CD compartment.

down for audible fast forward. Whilst holding down the


SHIFT button, hold the *4 button down for audible fast

2 P ress

WWSe.

To

Cue and review are not possible during programmed CD


operation or during random play.

0 If the end of the disc is reached whilst cueing, the END


indicator will flash and the CD operation will pause. Press
the n button to stop CD operation.
When you want to listen to the disc again, hold down the
SHIFT button and then press the + button to locate the
desired track.
When the disc has returned to the starting positlo. the
player will stop.

The music schedule will blank out each track when it is


finished playing.

0 When all tracks have been played, random play WIII stop.
(None of !he tracks will be repeated.)

Normal playback will resume when the *, or + button


is released.

Notes:

the RANDOM button to begin random play.

0 The RANDOMindicator will light up.

Cue and review proceeds at twice the normal playback


speed tar about 2 seconds. and then increase to 15 times
the normal playback speed.

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Music schedule

cancel random play:

Press the ) z button.


0 The RANDOMIndicator goes out.
Note:
0 During APMS operation, random play is not possible.

H Switching the time display


[Remote control operation]

n Repeat play
Aentlre disc, a single track, or a programmed sequence can
be continuously repeated.
To repeat

an entire disc:

Press the ) cz button and press It again.

Each time the TIME button IS pressed during playback. the


display will change as described below.
(Example]
When the second track is being played back.

1 The elapsed

play time for each track will be dlsplayed.

l 8 seconds have passed since the beginning of the second


track.

2 The remaining play time for the current track ~111 be displayed.
Programme a sequence at up to 20 tracks

l 2 minutes and 58 seconds remain till the end of the second


track.

2 Press the w c button and press it agal.

3
To repeat

a single track:

1 Programma a smgle track.


2 Press the = button and press it again.
To

cancel the repeat play:

Press the w = button again.


(The = Indicator goes out.)

The total remaining play time from the point being played at
that time will be displayed,

@ 41 minutes remain till the end of the disc.

Notes:
0 When the TIME button is pressed in the stop mode, the total
number 01 tracks and the total playing time of a CD wll be
displayed.

l During random play, the elapsed play time for each track will
be displayed. and the display cannot be switched.

l Depending on the CD, the contents to be displayed may not


match because the time between tracks is not included in
the play time which IS indicated on the jacket.

cindicator

0 If the total playing time ol the programmed tracks exceeds


100 minutes. the total remaining time will not be dlsplayed.

DISASSEMBLY
Caution on Disassembly
Follow the below-mentioned notes when disassembling the
unit and reassembling it, to keep its safety and excellent
performance:
1. Take cassette tape and compact disc out of the unit.
2. Be sure to remove the power supply plug from the wall outlet
before starting to distissemble the unit.
3. Take off nylon bands or wire holders where they need be
removed when disassembling the unit. After servicing the
unit, be sure to rearrange the leads where they were before
disassembling.
4. Take sufficient care on static electricity of integrated circuits
and other circuits when servicing.

Left Side

MAIN UNIT SECTION


STEP

REMOVAL

Left/Right
Side Panel

Front Cabinet

PROCEDURE

FIGURE

1. Screw . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (Al) x 8

10-1

1. Open the cassette cover.


2. Screw . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (Bl) x 4
3. Hook . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (B2) x 2
4. Socket . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (B3) x 1

Top Cabinet

Joint PWB

Figure 10-l

1 o-2

(.
TOD Cabinet

1. Open the CD lid.

CD Lid -

2. Screw . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (Cl) x 4
3. Socket . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (C2) x 2

1 o-2

4. Flat cable . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (C3) x 1


1. Screw . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (Dl) x 2
2. Pull the PWB out towards

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Front
Cabinet

you.
5

Rear Cabinet

1 CD Servo/

/Tape

1 LCD PWB

1. Screw . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (El) x 5
1. Screw . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (Fl) x 6
2. Socket .................... iF2j x 2

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l.Screw.. ................... (Gljx21


ocket .................... iGzj x I

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SPEAKER SECTION
STEP
1

REMOVAL

Speaker

PROCEDURE

1. Screw . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (Al )

FIGURE

x4

11-5

2. Tip . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (A2)x 2
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( 3. Screw . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (A3) x 4 1

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(Ml)x4
04x8mm
Power
,Transformer

Washer

PWB

Rear Cabinet

Figure 11-l

Figure 1 l-4

(Hi)x4
03x6mm
(Ji) x 2
03x6mm

:ront Panel

Figure 1 l-5

(Gl) x 2
03xlOmm

Figure 11-2

i 3~ IOmm

Figure 11-3

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W How to unlock the mechanism lock


1. Remove the left and right panels.
2. Push the plunger in the direction shown by the arrow, using a
slender screwdriver (3 mm dia., 130 mm long). (It will click.)
(Fig. 12-I)
3. When a screwdriver (or other thin probe) is inserted in the
clearance next to the relay PWB and the flywheel is turned in
the direction of the arrow, the head will go down and the
cassette holder can be opened. (Fig. 12-2)

Figure 12-l

Figure 12-2

REMOVING AND REINSTALLING THE MAIN PARTS


TAPE MECHANISM SECTION

FF/Rewind Belt
(A2) x 1

Perform steps 1,2,3 and 7 of the disassembly method to remove


the tape mechanism.

Main/FF, Rewind Belt (See Fig. 12-3.)


1. Remove the main belt (Al) x 1 PC., from the motor pulley.
2. Remove the Mewind belt (A2) x 1 PC., from the drive gear.
3. Put on the belts in the reverse order of removal.

Note:
1 .When putting on the belt, ascertain that the belt is not twisted,
and clean it.
Main Belt
(Al) x 1

Figure 12-3
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Motor (See Fig. 13-l .)


1. Remove the screw (Bl) x 2 PCS., and then remove the motor
mounting base.
2. Remove the screw (B2) x 3 PCS., and remove the motor.

(82) x 3
Special Screw

Notes:
1. When mounting the motor, pay attention to the motor mounting
angle.
2. When the motor is removed, the belt comes off. Put it on,
referring to the description of belt putting-on.
Motor

Tape Mechanism PWB (See Fig. 13-2.)


1. Remove the screw (Cl) x 1 PC., and remove the solder joint of
thesolenoid(C2)~2pcs., andthen removetheTapeMechanism
PWB.

Flywheel (See Fig. 13-3.)


1. Remove the drive belt.
2. Remove the stop washer (Dl) x 1 PC., with a small precision
screwdriver to extract the flywheel from the capstan metal.

Figure 13-1

Note:
1. When the stop washer is deformed or damaged, replace it with
a new one.

Pinch Roller (See Fig. 13-4.)


1. Carefully release the pinch roller hook in the direction indicated
by the arrow mark, and remove the pinch roller (El) x 1 PC.,
upward.

Record/Playback/Erase Head (See Fig. 13-5,6.)


1. Remove the screw (Fl ) x 2 PCS. After lifting the head chassis to
the playback position, remove the head base.
2. Remove the spring,(F2) x 1 pc.
3. Remove the screw (F3) x 2 PCS., and remove the head.

Figure 13-2
(Dl) x 1
Stop Washer

J$.i

Capstan Metal

Cares when mounting the head:


Mount the head in the position shown in Fig. 13-6.
Be sure to apply screw lockafter replacement of head and azimuth
adjustment.

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Flywheel

(F3) x 2
0 1.4 x 5.5mm

Figure 13-3
(El)xl
Pinch Roller

Pinch Roller Hook

Figure 13-4
Tape Guide

Figure 13-5
Figure 13-6
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CD MECHANISM SECTION
Perform steps I,2 and 3 of the disassembly procedure to remove
the CD block.

Optical Pickup (See Figs. 14-l ,2.)


1. Removethe(Al)x3pcs.,andthenremovetheCDmechanism.
2. Push down the two hooks, and then remove the CD mechanism
cover.
3. Remove the (A2) x 4 PCS., and then remove the optical pickup,

Figure 14-l
Hook

Figure 14-2

How to reassemble the parts


Be careful to reassemble the parts in reverse order from the order
in which,they were removed.

-14-

ADUSTMENT
n Extension Cable
When performing adjustment or operation checks, use the
extension cables as shown below, when nesessary.
(See Fig. 15-l)

Ref.
No.

Parts Cord

Connection to be connect

QCNWN6259AFZZ

CNP700 - CNS700(16 - 16 Pin)

B
C

QCNWN6260AFZZ
QCNWN6261AFZZ

BM602 - BW602(5 - 5 Pin)


BM603 - BW603(20 20 Pin)

D
E

QCNWN6262AFZZ
QCNWN6263AFZZ

BM623 - BW623(11 - t 1 Pin)


BM601 - BW601(4 - 4 Pin)

F QCNWN6264AFZZ

TP751(7

Pin)

Figure 15-1

CD SECTION
1. Preparation for Adjustment

(.

Setting the Test Mode


Test Mode

Setting Method

;D TEST MODE 0 Pressing simultaneously the


POWER and CD PLAY REPEAT
)cbuttons, connect the AC
power supply plug to the AC outlet,
>D TEST MODE 1 In CD TEST MODE 0 press once
the PLAY REPEAT )c button.
(1st)
>D TEST MODE 2 In CD TEST MODE 1 press once
the PLAY REPEAT kc button.
(2nd)
i
CD TEST MODE 3 In CD TEST MODE 2 press once
the PLAY REPEAT )c button.
(3rd)
CD TEST MODE 4 In CD TEST MODE 3 press once
the PLAY REPEAT )c button.
(4th)
,CD TEST MODE 5 In CD TEST MODE 4 press once
the PLAY REPEAT )c button.
(5th)
After CD TEST MODE 5 the PLAY REPEAT )c button

Remarks
All the segments light and
then the CD TEST MODE 0
indication appears.
Laser lights.

Display
:.....i :......
. ;. ;
i..... . i.. ... .

....... :................ ....


. ;. ..... :i i
. :
. i............

ii
L....:

:*.:
.

:
:

;...... -::....... :.....


I.......
i
I...... ....... .

Focus start
(Servo ON)

......I .......
. *; r .. ..i
....... :......

.:*- :...... :......


.
i
:i...... :......i :.
.i :............

Disc rotates.
(Spin servo ON)
(Use the disc.)
Tracking servo ON
(Use the disc.)

:....: ......I
---i
i.. ... .. .......

....... :...... ....... ....


. i...... :.....i .
. :............ . :

. ? ;:
:
; i : ... ..i
:......
:

:......... ....
..............
. ;...... :.....I ; . i. ........... . :

Track No. and time are


;...... :.....i
:....... i. j: :......
.:......
: :
; :.
indicated.
; ;*
:
i
i.. ... I :. .....
:......
....... .
(Use the disc.)
is inoperative. Even when it is pressed (6th time), key entry is not accepted.

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Button Operation in CD Test Mode

1. When the STOP n button is pressed, all operations stop. At this time the optical pickup does not slide, and CD TEST MODE 0 is
displayed.
2. While the UP w I DOWN w button is pressed, the optical pickup moves from inside to outside or from the outside to the inside.
l Operation
is possible both during playing and stopping.
l While this operation is executed, the CD TEST MODE indication does not change.
After the optical pickup is slided from the outside to the inside and the optical pickup switch is turned on, the slide stops. (At the same
time CD TEST MODE 0 is set.)
3. When the TIME button (located only on the remote control) is pressed while in CD TEST MODE 4 or 5, CD TEST MODE 3 will be reentered.
4. When the 11 button (located only on the remote control) is pressed while in CD TEST MODE 0, direct playback and CD TEST MODE
5 will be entered.
5. The OPEN/CLOSE button will work in all CD TEST MODES.
Notes:

1. Any buttons other than those specified above are invalid.


2. Before operation be sure to connect all the connectors.
Servo Unit

All the semivariable resistors must be set in the mechanical center position.
Adjusting Parts

Test Stage

Value/Adjusting Method

Instrument Connection

Set CD TEST MODE 0, and move the optical pickup to the center,
Set CD Test MODE 1 (make sure that the laser lamo liohts.)
After loading a disc, set to CD TEST MODE 2. (Check to see that focus servo is ON. : The disc does not rotate, and a whining sound is heard.)
A-.
Set CD TEST MODE 3 (Spin servo is turned on, and the disc rotates.)
Pin 2 (ll2Vcc) and pin 4 (TGl) of
1 (See Fig. 17-l .)
Tracking error balance adj.
NVRl
TP7Fil
._

Set CD TEST MODE 4 (Tracking servo is turned on.)


/ / Check the HF signal waveform

/ Amolitude of 1.5-2.0 Vp-p


(See Fig. 17-2.)

[ Pin 5 (HF) and pin 2 (112Vcc) of


TP751

Focus gain adj.

VR751

Adjust to obtain the same


waveform on CHI and CH2. 2

Pin 7 (FGl), pin 3 (FG2) and pin 1


(1/2Vcc) of TP751 (The relay circuit
is used.)

Tracking gain adj,

VR750

Adjust to obtain the same


waveform on CHl and CH2. 3

Pin 4 (TGl), pin 6 (TG2) and pin 1


(li2Vcc) of TP751 (The relay circuit
is used.)

I
j

Check again the HF signal waveform.


Set CD TEST MODE 5, and make sure that track No. and time are displayed.
Stick black tape on the disc, and play that section (Fig. 17-3). (Any mode other than the CD test mode is acceptable.)
Pin 2 (1/2Vcc) and pin 7 (FGI) of
4 (Fig. 17-1)
Focus offset adj.
VR700
TP751 *5
Tracking offset adj.

VR710

*6

Pin 2 (1/2Vcc) and pin 4 (TGl) of


TP751 l 7

*l. Adjust to obtain vertically symmetrical waveform (Fig. 17-I) with respect to reference DC level. The reference level is li2Vcc.
(Amplitude of 0.5 to 1.5 Vpp)
Note:

The optical pickup has been adjusted when shipped. The optical pickup does not need adjustment. If a displacement occurs, adjust
the optical pickup using the tracking error balance. Maximum volume at NVRI occurs when the pickup is adjusted.
* 2. Input oscillation frequency: 1.3 kHz, 100 mV rms
* 3. Input oscillation frequency: 1.5 kl-lz, 300 mV rms
* 4. Watch the monitor. Adjust so that the error waveform is uniform and minimum (Fig. 17-4) and the audio output is played properly without
noise (track jump noise) and free from skips and pauses.
* 5. The appropriate measuring range of the oscilloscope is 50 mV and 0.5 msec.
Connect the trigger to pin 14 (HFOK) of CNP700.
Trigger the coupling at DC and (-) slope. Observe the waveform in the normal trigger mode.
* 6. Watch the monitor. Adjust so that the errorwaveform is uniform and minimum (Fig. 17-4) and the audio output is played properlywithout
noise (track jump noise).
* 7. The appropriate measuring range of the oscilloscope is 0.1 V and 0.5msec. The trigger is the same as 5.
(Reference) When the noise element of the error waveform is large and unclear, observe the waveform through the low-pass filter
(Fig. 17-5).

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Reference
DC Level 112 vcc

/oI
c!%

Symmetrical
up and down
0.5 --1.5 vp - p

I
I
Figure 17-i

Stick black tape on the disc


(1.2 - 1.5mm wide)

II
0

Figure 17-2

The error waveform should


be uniform and minimum.

A disc other the test disc can be used.


Donot put the black ta e on the
initialized section (TO e).

Figure 17-3

Figure 17-4

Figure 17-5
1 kohm

I
TP

TP751
I
(lBVcc)< ;
I
i. --I
(TG2)

QOP

SIGNAL
GENERATOR
I kHz
1 Vrms

! 69

A
IOOKJ

Signal
oscillator

TP
1 kohm

Thejig (BPF) are recommendedto reduce high frequency noise


during alignment.As an alternative, two 1 kohm resistorscan be
used to achieve the same results.

0.0032
I
I
,L.
I
I

2
- . p&
- . i
I. - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 1

Figure 17-7

Figure 17-6
Do not connect the cable on the apical pickup in the power ON
state. This may damage the optical pickup.

/ CD SERVO PWB 1
TP751

TP751

vR710

1 TRACKING OFFSET 1

Q-J VR700 1 FOCUS OFFSET ]

rjl vR750

[TRACKING GAIN /

NVRI

Figure 17-8 ADJUSTMENT POINTS


-17-

MECHANISM SECTION
l

TAPE SECTION

Driving Force Check

Position of each switch or control


Specified Value

Torque Meter

Play: TW-2412

Over 120 g

Reverse Play: TW-2422

Over 120 g

Volume

Max

Bass
Tone
Function

Center
Center
Tape
Normal

Tape

Torque Check

. Bias Oscillation Check

Head Azimuth

Test Tape

Ml-T-1 14

Tape

instrument Connection

Speaker Terminal
(Load resistance: 8 ohms)

* Open the cassette holder, and load the test tape directly into the
mechanism. (Do not load the tape into the cassette holder.)
l

Erase Current Check


70+25mV

CrO,
Metal

lOOk mV

Test Tape

MTT-150

MTT-502

Adjusting S$acified Value


Point

L: VR201
R: VR202

Adjusting Specified Value


Point

L: VR205
R: VR206

Output: Pin 1 (R-CH)


Pin 2 (L-CH) and
Pin 3 (GND) of TP201

instrument
Connection

Record Level
Input: AUX IN (1 kHz)
100 mV f 0.5 dB Output: TP201

Adjust the oscillator so that the output of TP201 is 100 mV in the


record mode.

I I I I I

1 L-CH PLAYBACK 1
AMP. SENS.
L-CH
RECORD
AMP. SENS.

300 mV il dB

Instrument
Connection

Record Amplifier Sensitivity


Test Tape

175+30mV

- Playback Amplifier Sensitivity

Tape Speed

Specified value 6

Normal

----

R-CH PLAYBACK
1 AMP. SENS.

Figure 18 ADJUSTMENT POINTS


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TUNER SECTION

IF: ICl 18 PIN


FREQUENCY COVER:

fL:Low-range frequency
fH:High-range frequency

ELECTRONIC
VOLTMETER

AM SIGNAL
la

AM IF/RF
Adjustment

-0
-0

Adjusting part

IF

CF3
Frequency cover fL:T2
(Pin 1 of TUNl Vt (531 or 530 kHz)
line voltage)
(Red)

Tracking

fL: T2
(999 or 1,000 kHz)
(Yellow)

Setting

LOOP ANTENNA

Optimize IF waveform.
fL: 1.1 kO.1 v
fH: 6 V (1,602 kHz)
6.8 V (1,720 kHz)
+lOV-osv
(fH needs only check.)
Raise speaker terminal
output up to maximum.

Figure 19-l

FMANTENNA
$$~~~~R TERMINAL

ICI
6 PIN
0

22K

/9 PIN
0

j;

ELECTRONIC
VOLTMETER

IC1
lOPIN

la
UNIT

0
o-

FM Autostop Sensitivity

0
P

Figure 19-2
i TUNER PWB 1

1
CNP3

. VCO Frequency
Signal oscillator
No modulation

instrument
Connection
Pin 14 (IC1)

Setting
256 kHz
FM AUTO STOP

L\

Reference:
When the reset button is pressed, the frequency will be initialized
as shown below. Therefore, use the memory key on the remote
control to adjust and check the tuner circuit.

TUNl

T2
AM TRACKING 1

YELLOW
RED

FM

GND

AM

Figure 19-3 ADJUSTMENT POINTS


1 LCD PWB BOTTOM VIEW 1

Switching the AM Interval Span

When the product is shipped, the AM span selector is set to IO kHz


only for America, and to 9 kHz for all other areas.To switch the AM
span selector, attach or remove the resistor located at the position
shown in the drawing.

Span
9 kHz
IO kHz

Resistor (R652)
3.3 kohms, l/6 W
IO kohm, 116 W

Figure 19-4
-19-

TROUBLESHOOTING (CD SECTION)


When the CD section does not operate
When the objective lens of the optical pickup is dirty, this section may not operate. Clean the objective lens, and check the playback
operation. When this section does not operate even after the above step is taken, checkthe following items. Remove the cabinet and follow
the troubleshooting instructions.
Set a disc, turn on the power, set the FUNCTION switch to CD, and check the voltage of CNP751.
4
Is the voltage as shown in the
schematic diagram being output?

Check the power circuit of the main unit.

Check the LCD PWB pattern and parts.

Check the item of The laser does not go on.


MODE I?

Is CD TEST MODE 1 switched to CD


TEST MODE 2?

CD TEST MODE 2 switched to CD


TESTMODE3doesthediscmotorrun
normally?

Is the output of pin 5 (HF) of TP751 flat


in CD TEST MODE 4?

When the pickup moves to a track _


using the UP w / DOWN f+q button
in CD TEST MODE 5, is there audio
output?

Check the item of Does not focus.

Check the item of The disc motors CLV servo is defective.


No

Check the item of HF error.

No

Check the item of The slide motor does not


run.

Yes

Yes
Check the item of There is no audio
output.

Is the optical pickup in switch set to OFF?


on, is the unit initialized?
+
Yes

7
Does the disc track u
track, 2nd track,...)?

OFF
The optical pickup in switch is defective
(ON).

Check the peripheral


circuits of the system
control microcomputer.

Check the item of Track searching is impossible.

Check the item of The slide servo does not function.


seconds even after starting playback?

-2o-

ON
The optical pickup in
switch is defective.

The laser does not go on.


IC621 is defective.

terminal on IC621?
Yes

Check the pin 2(CD +5 V) of BW622 line.

emitter?

Is there a reading of OV between R674 and

Check the line between R674 and R749.

collector?
Yes
Check between Q890 and R749.
base?
Q890 is Defective.
The PWB circuit trace is open between Q890 and pin 5 of CNP700.

CNP700?

( .

Check the CNP700 and flexible PWB.


If they are normal, the optical pickup is
faulty.

Check the item of The saw-tooth wave for focus servo does not output.
pickup moving up and down?

Readjust the focus gain.

When the disc is set, is the following


waveform input to pin 41(FE OUT) of
IC750?
Yes

IC750 is defective.
Pin41

Is the waveform shown at right input at


pin 8(HFOK) of IC750?
Yes

Is a waveform output at pin 13(FGl) of


CNP700?
No
Yes

No

Check the flexible


PWB. If OK, the
ODtiCal DiCkUD is
defective.
I

No

The optical pickup is defective.

Pin41
(FEOUT)

IC750 is defective.

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Disconnectionofthe
signal line.
Check the PWB
1
pattern and parts.

The +5 V line of IC750 is defective.

following waveform?
I

Yes

1 * 2sec

Yes. (The saw-tooth wave


oscillates to the positive side
once.)
A> ,J
: ,,

Check the R779 and C767 (pins 22 and 23


of IC750). If OK, IC750 is defective, and
then check the line of pin 15, 16 and 25 of
( IC621.
1

Check the peripheral circuits of pin 36(FSR IN) of IC750. If OK, IC750 is defective.
The signal line between pin 37(FSOUT) of IC750 and pin 3 of IC700 is connected improperly.

Is the saw-tooth wave being input to pin 3 of


IC700 (same waveform as shown above)?

4 Yes

Is the saw-tooth wave generating between


pins 1 and 2 of iC700 (same waveform as
shown above)?

No

Is the saw-tooth wave generating between

Check the peripheral parts of IC700 and the power line. If OK, IC700 is defective.
4 -.

The CNP700 and flexible PWB are connected improperly or the optical pickup is defective.

shown above)?
No
The PWB pattern is damaged.

When CD TEST MODE 2 is switched to CD

Yes. (Runs at extremely


high speed)

Faulty disc motor or disconnection.

tween pins 17 and 18 of IC700 for approximately 0.3 - 1.5 seconds?

0.3 - 1.5sec
J=L-

TEST MODE 3, is pin 3(PWM2) of IC780 at


a high level for 0.3 - 1.5 seconds and then
does a pulse generate?
Yes

No

IC780 is defective.

eIrJvvK
0.3 - 1 .bec

Faulty IC700 or disconnection.


fs an eye Pattern being output to pin 5(HF) of ---+ Check if the objective lens of the optical pickup is dirty. If so, clean it.
test point TP751? (Even an unclear wave- No Check the connection between pin 11 (HF) of CNP700 and pin 17(HF) of lC780. If OK, the optical
form is allowable.)
pickup is defective.
Yes. (Waveform of
approximately Vp-p 1.5 V)
Check the connection of PWB pattern and
pin 17(HF) of IC780?

Check the peripheral parts of lC780. If OK,


IC780 is defective.

-22-

HF error
Check the CNP700 and flexible PWB.
If OK, the optical pickup is defective.

error signal) in CD TEST MODE 3?


Yes

Normal

Readjust the tracking gain.

Check the peripheral parts of IC750. If OK, IC750 is defective.

Check the peripheral parts of IC700. If OK, IC700 is defective.

Check the connection between IC700 and CNP700, and flexible PWB. If OK, the optical pickup is defective.

Track &earching iS iqmssible.


I
Check the item of The slide motor does not run.

During normal playback track searching, is


the following waveform being input to pin
S(TCIN) of IC750?

Check the connection of C750, etc.

No

Yes
TCIN

Is the following waveform being output to pin


11 (DATA OUT) of IC750 during track jump?
Yes

IC750 is defective.
No

*Track jump: When the following waveform is being output to


pin 29(TSOUT) of IC750 during track searching.
I-k Pulse
RIL;

Pin5

Is the following waveform being output to pin


16 of CNP700 during track jump?

*To observe the waveform of the kick


pulse. svnchronize (triaaer) it usina the
signai which is output %mpin 12(;1Pl)
of IC750.

Check the flexible PWB,CNP700 and optical pickup.

Yes

IC750 is defective.

(YgZUTyg
res

After

generating

Check the connection of MAIN PWB.

-23-

a
kick
pulse
does a waveform appear like this?

Check the audio line on the MAIN PWB side.

Check the connection of PWB pattern.

Check the power line and the power circuit of MAIN PWB.

--+ Is the digital signal of pins 72 (DOl),


Is the digital signal of pins 5 (WCLK),
--+ Make sure IC780 is properly connected.
74 (DSCK), 75 (LRCK) and 76 (D02) of No
6 (DATAL), 7 (DATAR) and 8 (BCLK) of No
If OK, IC780 is defective.
IC780 being output?
IC810 being input?
Yes
Yes
6
The PWB pattern is damaged.
Make sure IC810 is properly soldered.
1 If OK, IC810 is defective.
1

Check the peripheral parts of IC750. If OK, IC750 is defective.


Yes
Is the slide feed signal being
and 27(OUT2) of IC700?

Check the connection between pin 25 of IC700 and pin 25(SS OUT) of IC750.
If OK, IC700 is defective.

Is the slide feed voltage being supplied to the both ends of the
slide motor?

Check the connection of PWB pattern.

Check the slide motor. Supply 2.0 VDC to the slide motor terminal, and if the slide motor does not function, it is defective.

IS the slide control voltage waveform shown at right being input


to pin 27(SS(+)) of IC750 during playback?

No

b Check the parts between pins27 and 28(SS(+)), 29(TSOUT) of IC750, and then
the connection of PWB pattern.

1 Yes

ir

Is the waveform shown at right


of IC750?
Yes

Rotation cycle od disc motor


IC750 is defective.

The slide servo system is not defective. Check again from the beginning.

-24-

w
Voltage differs according to
disc eccentricity

!
F

h--

n:
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-

m
+
I

TUNER
GND
I I

DY -

PWB-B2

- LOy4L

10

Figure 33 WIRING SIDE OF P.W BPARD (l/4)


- 3 3 -

- 3 4 -

11

12

- SB

L----L-----SIGNAL

Ii
l

LL

NOTES ON SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM can be found on page 25.


1

-The numbers 0 to are (D waveform numbers shown KI page 26.


4

Figure 35 SCHEMATICDIAGRAM (216)


-35-

10
-36-

11

12

-,
--II

- +B

Le.-.-.-

.-

. NOTES ON SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM can be found on page 25.


1

3
-39-

I
6
7
Figure 39
SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM

10

(316)
-4o-

11

12

-c

__~

_..-.
- . - - . -

H
l

LL

NOTES ON SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM can be found on page 25


1

I
-45

10

Figure 45 SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM (516)


-46-

11

12

, / .
,n

, ... , ...
I i I I I I

Figure 50-l TYPES OF TRANSISTOR AND LED


SEG39
SEG38

stL%Ib:

SEG37 -,
SEG35
SEG34
SEG33
SEG32
SEG3 1
SEG30
SEG2Q
SEGPB
SEG2,
SEG26
SEG25
SEG24
SEG23
SEG22 ____

E
SEGIQ

11

SEG18y

Figure 50-2 LCD SEGUMENT


1

Figure 49 WIRING SIDE OF P.W.BOARD (4/4)


-49-

I
-5o-

FUNCTION TABLE OF IC
IClOOl RH-iX2015AFZZ(IX2015AF):
Pm NO.
1

J
2

1 Terminal
1 RESET
INT
_-

fame

/ Input/Output
1 Input
InpIt
I-

IClOOl RH-iX2015AFZZ(IX2015AF):

Tape Mechanism Microcomputer


Active

Reset

1 L
-

/H
-

RESET
Function

Reset signal input

CNWS YBS DO XIN XWT

Tape Mechanism Microcomputer


YY

-77

Pulse input for detecting tape me<


GND terminal
Power terminal, +5V
IPut (mechanism SW detection)

Figure 52 BLOCK DIAGRAM OF Ic

IC810 VHiLC78815M-l(LC78815M): DA converter

Record: L, Other.%

25

DB(APSS)

Input

26

NC

APSS signal detection


Eetween tracks: OH, Other: L

27

RDY

Not used.

Output

RDY signal detection output, serial I/O data

In this unit, the termlnal with asterisked mark () is (open) terminal which is not connected to the outside.
In this unit, the terminal with triangle mark (A) IS terminal which is pulled up to +5V.

-51-

Clock used for


serial digital audio data by the LSI. When SYSCK 1s pulled
L or H, BCLK will be a system clock for the LSI.
SYSCK

Input

System clock input termmal

IC621 92LiCiX2190 (RH-1X21908) (2/2): System Control Microcomputer

IC621 92LiCiX2190 (RH-IX2190B) (l/2): System Control Microcomputer

Signal Name

Terminal
Name

Pin No.

Input/Output

ICI

External terminal lor the LCD control voltage circuit

VLl

Applies a voltage of 0 - VL3 to the LCD

P67/AN7

KEY1

Input

AID Input. Key-pad input fetch-m

P&?/AN6

KEY2

Input

A/D input. Key-pad input fetch-in

P65/AN5

KEY3

Input

A/D input. Key-pad Input fetch-in

P64iAN4

INIT

Input

A/D input. lnitializlng on selector

P63/AN3

TRY~SW

Input

AID Input. Detects the state on the CD tray sw,tch

P62iAN2

IPGl/ANl

10

Pin No.

Function

TPIRIOD

output

PIRIOD output from the tuner PLL control

TCLK

Output

Clock output irom the tuner PLL control

PGO/ANO

TI/O

InpuWOutput

Data from the tuner PLL control


OUT: Frequency setting, reference frequency. band. etc
IN IF count data, lock detection. SD detection, etc.

1iA

P57lADT

ST IND

Input

Stereo Indicator input

12

P56/TOUT

MOIST

output

AM stereo switching output

13

P55ICNTRi

Input

Remote control input terminal

14

P54KNTRO

Input

1: Focus check:
2: TC count pulse:

15

P53

(CD)MSD

output

Serial data (LSB

16

P52

(CD)MCK

Output

Clock for serial data synchronization


Power key-pad input

RX IN
(CD),3

OUT

H: = OK

fast)

P51/INT3

POWER KEY

input

(CD)SCINT

Input

19

P47ISRD Y

_
MRDY

I Input

MCLK

/output

Synchronous clock output for serial data sending/receiving from the


mechanism controller

Interruption at the time of the CRC chech is OK


1 RDY signal from the mechamsm controller

2C ,

jP46iSCLK

21

P45iTXD

MS0

output

Mechanical operation command data and various switch command data


which are sent to the mechanism controller

22

P44,TRD

MSI

Input

Mechanical operation command data and various switch detection data


whid, the system microcomputer receives from the mechanism controller

P43/INTi

(CD)PUIN

I
24

/P42/INTO

Input

When the pick-up is on the mnermost disc track: rWhen the Dick-uo is not
/ on the innermost disc track: HNote: When this port goes L..,quickly stop\
the slide operation <it is not necessary to do anythingto dampdn thd chatter

POWERIN

IInput

Stop detectlon: L StoD


H Except during a power failure

25

P41

(CD)m

output

Latch signal for serial data

26

P40

iCDlJP1

outout

Normal: H
When the jump pulse is directly reversed: -L

27

/P77

IInput

Reducing the disc revolution and synchronous detection of the frame


1. Disc rotation state
Reducing signal to slow the discs linear rotational velocity
<Far brake control>
Normal. c. When the constant linear velocity is reduced by 35 6%: H
2. Synchronous state
Correction check for the synchronous frame signal
When the synchronous signal is properly received: H
When the synchronous signal is not properly received: L

28

P76

) (CD)LOCWDRD

(CD)SQP.CK

Function

L = No Good

P501lNT2

23

Input/Output

H: MONO
L: STEREO

17A

Signal Name

18

Terminal
Name

output

It SCINT IS c, a synchronous clock for s&cc

29

P75

(CD)SORO

Input

Subcode 0 data input

30

P74

(CD)LDON

output

Pickup laser diode control


LO ON: L LO OFF: H

31

P73

Mechanism controller output reset L-H: Reset


When the initialization is read: H

93

IAVSS

IAID GND voltage input

943

1 COM3

Output

LCD comm

95

COMP

/ COMZ

Joutput

LCD common output

96

COMI

COMI

output

97

COMO

1 COMO

98

VL3

Applies a voltage of 0 - VL3 to the LCD

99

VL2

Applies a voltage of 0 I VL3 to the LCD

100

C2

External terminal for the LCD control voltage circuit

LCD common output


LCD common output

In this unit, the terminal with asterrisked mark (^) is (open) terminal which is not connected to the outside.

In this unit, the terminal with asterrisked mark (*) is (open) terminal which is not connected to the outside
In this unit, the terminal with triangle mark (A) is terminal which is pulled up to +5V.

-53-

-54.

8
e
zlii

58

32
E

-M301
G

10
H

Y
60mm

I
Figure 57 TAPE

I EXPLiDED
kCHANISM
-57-

I
VIEW (112)

I
I
I
4
3
Figure 58 TAPE MECHANISM EXPLODED VIEW (212)
-58-

905 : LEFT
906 : RIGHT
918

>

901 : LEFT
902 : RIGHT

-918
D

-908x4
E

9
:;

915

x4

K 912

H
i
I-

- 911

Q-263
1

/ 60 mm
4

Figure 59 CABINET EXPLODED VIEW


-5%

Figure 60 SPEAKER EXPLODED VIEW


-6O-

PART

REPLACEMENT PARTS LIST

to

NO.

DESCRlPTlON

VP-YF470KOOOQ J 47 rH,Choke
VP-M470KOOOO J 47 /IH,Choke

CODE

REF.NO.

AB
AB

c40
c41
C42
c47
c49
c50
C51
c52
c53,54
c55
c57
C58
C83-85
c101,102
c103,104
c105.106
c107.108
Clll-114
C115.116
C117,118
c119,120
c121,122
C123,124
C125.126
Cl27,128
C131,132
Cl33
Cl34
C135,136
C137,138
Cl39
Cl72
Cl91
Cl92
Cl93

HOW TO ORDER REPLACEMENT PARTS

*MARK:

SPARE

PARTS-DELIVERY

SECTION

NOTE:
Parts marked with A are mmortant for ma!ntainin.e the safetv of the set. Be sure
for maintaining the safety and performance of the &t.
REF.NO.

P AR T

NO. l

CODE

DESCRIPTION

REF.NO.

Q552
Q553
Q554

INTEGRATED CIRCUITS
H,TR2007AN-1 J FM/AM IF,FM Multiplex,
TA2007AN
VHITC3216P/-1 J PLL,TC9216P
VH1M511678FPl J Equalizer Amp.,M51167
BFPl
VHiBA3126N/-I J Head Selector,BA3126N
VHlHA12134AFl J Dolbv NR.HA12134AF
92L iCTEA63201 J Fun&on &?ctor,TEA6320T
9211C~BAl5218N J AST EQ,Amp.,BAl5218N
VH1UPC4514C-1 J AST Servo Amp.,gPC4574C
VHi tA4705SH-1 J Power Amp.,LA4705SH
VH\BA3935//-1 J Constant Voltage.BA3935
92LiCIX2190
J System Control
Mvxocomputer,RH
-1X219OB
VHiM5278L56Ml J Constant Voltage,M5278L56
M
VHIBA~~~IFP-I J Focus/Trackmg/Spin/Slide
Dwer,BA6391FP
VH,M5213IFP-1 J Servo ControLM52131FP
VH,M6582OHP-1 J CD Signal Control,M65820
HP
VHI tC78815M-1
J D/A Converter,LC78815M
RH-1X2015AF22 J Tape Mechamsm
Microcomputer,lX2015AF

Cl
IC2
IClOl
ICI02
IWO2

lC301
IC401
lC402
IC501
IC551
IC621
lC622
IC700
IC750
IC780
IC810
IClOOl

AL

Q22

~23
Q41
~42
Q76
Q78
QlOl-104
QlO5,lIX
Ql7l
Q172
4173
Q174
Q175
Ql76
Q191
Q204.205
Q251,252
Q253
Q254
Q403
QSOl,SOZ
Q503
Q551

VSOTClIIESI-1
VS2SC380-61-1
VSDTC144ESI-1
VS2SC174DSRm1
VS2SC1740LSRl
VSDTAlL4WS/-1
92LDTCII4WST
VSOTC144TS/-1
VSDTCi44ESl-1
VSZSA1559172-I
VS2SB561-C/-i
VSDTAl14YS/-1
VSDTC144ES/-1
VSDTCl141S/-i
VSZSB561-C/-l
VS2SC3242-G-l
92LZSJ103GRT
VSDTC363TK/-1
VSDTA144EK/-I
VSDTCl44EK/-1
VS25DlBSBR3-I
VS2SC2878B/-I
VSDTA144ES/-1
VSDTA144ES/-I

J
J
J
J
J
J

Digital,NPN,DTClil/l
S1kcon,NPN,2SC380
Digital,NPN,DTCl44
S~licon,NPN,ZSC1740
Sllicon,NPN,2SC1740
D\gltal,PNP,DTAll4
J Digltal,NPN,DTCllil
J Digital,NPN,DTC144
J Dlgltal,NPN,DTClrlO
J Silicon,PNP,2SA1559
J Stlicon,PNP,ZSB561
J Digital,PNP,DTAlld
J Digital,NPN,DTC144
J Digltal,NPN.DTClld
J Silicon,PNP,ZSB561
J Sllicon,NPN,2SC3242
J FET.ZSJ103 GR
J Digital,NPN,DTC363
J Digital,PNP,DTAl44
J Digital,NPN,DTC144
J Silicon,NPN,ZSD1858
J Sikcan,NPN,ZSC2878
J Dlgital,PNP,DTA144
J Dlgital,PNP,DTA144

ES
0
ES
SR
LSR
WS
WS
TS
ES
R2
C
YS
ES
TS
C
G
TK
EK
EK
R3
B
ES
Es

Q811,812
QSl8
QB90
QlOOl
QlOO2,1003

AL
AL
AF
AK
AY
AE
AE
AP
AN
BD
AD
AU
AN
AY
AL
AP

TRANSISTORS
Q21

4623

AB
AC
AB
AB
AB
AA
AB
AB
AB
AB
AC
AB
AB
AB
AC
AC
AE
AC
AE
AB
AC
AC
AB
AB

PART

VARIABLE RESISTORS
VR22
VR201
VI?202
replace these parts with specified ones
NO.

VSZSCl740SR-1
92L2SDll89FR
VSDTA144ES/-I
VSDTC144wI-I
VSOTCl14TKI~l
VSDTA114EK/-I
VS2SAI235FG-I
VSDTClIIYKI-1
VS2SB561-C/-I

DSSCRIPTION

J Silicon,FjPN,ZSC1740
J S!hcon,NPN,2SD1189
J Dlgltal,PNP,DTA144
J Digital,NPN,DTC144
J Dlgital,NPN,DTC114
J Digital,PNP,DTA114
J Sllicon,PNP,2SAl235
J Digital,NPN,DTC114
J Silicon,PNP,ZSB561

SR
FR
ES
WK
TK
EK
FG
YK
C

VR205
CODE

VR206

AB
AF
AB
AB
AB
AB
AB
AB
AC

VR700

VHDlSS133//-1
VHDISS133//-1
VHOlSSl33//-1
VHERD4R7JS3-I
VHDlSS133//-1
92LH220-2T
VHDllE4////~1
VHERDSRlJSL-1
VHDlSSl33//-1
VHDS4V82Oii2F
92LllE4T
VHPSLR34VR9-1
VHDDAP202K/-1
VHERO6RBM3/-1
VHDDAl18ill-I
92LRD5RlJSlT
VHPLT5E47Bi-1
VHPLTSE478/-1
VHDDAll8lll-1
VHPGP-PLO3C-I
VHERDl2OJS3-1

J
J
J
J
J
J
J
J
J
J
J
J
J
J
J
J
J
J
J
J
J

S1l1con.lSS133
Sikcon.lSS133
S1l1con.lSS133
Zener,4.7V,RD4.7JS3
Silicon,lSS133
Zener,HZZO-2
Sikcon.llE4
Zener.5.lV,RDS.lJSP
Silicon,lSS133
Rectifler,S4VBZO
Sillcon,llE4
LED.Red.SLR34VR9
Sillcon.DAPPOPK
Zener.h.8V,RD6.8MB
Sllicon.DAllll
Zener,S.lV,RD5.1JSl
LED,Green,LTSE478
LED,Green,LTSE478
Silicon.DA118
Photocoupler,GP-2L09C
Zener,lZV,RDlZJS3

AA
AA
AA
AR
AA
AZ
AB
AB
AA
AE
AA
AB
AB
AB
AB
AB
AB
AB
AB
AE
AB

FILTERS
CF1,2
CF3
CF21
L251,252

RFiLfO175AFZZ
RFiLAOl16AF22
RFiLFO182AFZZ
92LCSit21756A

J FM IF
J AM IF,450 kHz
J AM IF
J Multiplex Filter

AC
AF
AD
AF

TRANSFORMERS
T2
eiT601

RCtLZ025lAFZZ J AM RF/AM Osclllatlon


92LPTl781A
J Power

AM
80

COILS
L3
L41
L191
L201,202
L621,622
L623
LlOOl
- 61

VP-OH2RZMOOOO
VP-MK470KOOOO
VP-MK331KOOOO
RCiLC0094AFZZ
VP-~lQlK0000
VP-XH470KOOOO
VP-MKlQlKOOOO

VR750
VU751

[FM

AB

[L

AB

[R

AB

TL

AB

CR

AB
AB
AB
AB
AB

VIBRATORS

DIODES

01-4
021
0171,172
D401
D402
D551
0553,554
D555
D556
$601
D602--605
D621
0622
D623
D624--626
D627
D633,634
D645
Dl001,1002
PH302
ZDl

VR710

RVR-MO586AFZZ J 10 kohm (B),Semi-VR


Auto Stop1
RVR-MOSBBAFZL J 22 kohms (E).Semi-VR
-ch P.B.Amp.Sens.1
RVR-M0588AFZZ J 22 kohms (B),Semi-VR
-ch P.B.~m@ens.l
RVR-MO59OAFZZ J 47 kohms (B).Semi-VR
-ch Rec.Amp.Sens.1
RVR-MO59OAFZZ J 47 kohms (B),Semi-JR
xh Rec.Amp.Sens.1
RVR-MO59OAFZZ J 47 kohms (B),Seml-VR
[Focus Offset1
RVR-MOSJOAFZZ J 47 kohms (B),Semi-VR
[Tracking Offset1
RVR-MO586AFZZ J 10 kohm (B),Semi-VR
[Tracking Gad
RVR-MOSBLAFZZ J 10 kohm (E),Seml-VR
[Focus GunI

J
J
J
J
J
J
J

2.2 uH.Choke
47 ;H.Chake
330 pH,Choke
6.8 mH
100 #H.Choke
47 eH.Choke
1Od rH.Choke

CF22
x41
X621
X622
X780

A
A
A
A
A
A

D
K
C
K
D
D

CAPACITORS
There are two types of capacitors ava,lable and they can be ,dentified from eat,
other by reading their Part Numbers.
Cemn,c type capacitor;
A Symbol C or K is gwen at the 3rd *,git Of Its Part Number ,,ke CC (0
K)
J,
SemwJdlKtor type capacitor:
A symbol 7 IS given at the 3rd diglt of its Part Number lkke VCT..,.--J.
The capmtance error of each capacitor 1s indicated by the symbol gwen at thi
13th drg,t of the Part Number as follows:J (?5%), K (*IO%), M (*20%:
N (230%). 0 (+O.ZS pF), D (10.5 pF), z (+80-20%).
(Tubular type ceramic capacitor 1s Identified by the symbol TV(TQ/CY) of th,
part NO. VCOOTV(TQ/CY)OOOOOO0; th,s TV(TQ/CY) does not mean the lead w,,e.
(Tubular type ceramic capaator is ldentlfved by the symbol MF(MN) of the par
NO. VCOOMF(MN)000000(1; this MF(MN) does not mean the lead wire.)
Unless otherwise specdied, electrolytic capacitors are t20% type
c7
C8
c9
Cl2
Cl4
US.19
c21
C25
C26
C28
c29

AB
AE
AB
AD
AB
AB
Al3

RCAM-0 118AF22 J VOC


92LCRSTL-1587A J Crystal.4.500 MHz
RCRM-0106AF22 J Ceramlc,4 MHz
RCRSP0051AFOl J Crvstal.32.768 kHz
RCRM-0109AF22 J C&m,c,8.46 MHz
RCRM-8007AFZZ J Ceramic,455 kHz

c30
c31
C32
c33
c34
C35,36
C37,38
c39

RC-GZAlOSAFlH
VCKZPAlHF4732
RC-GZA227AFlC
VCKYMNlHBlOlK
VCTYMNlEF2232
VCTYMNIEF2232
VCCRWlHHlSOJ
VCTYMNlEF2232
RC-GZA476AFlA
VCKYMNlHBlOlK
VCKYMNlHB33IK
RC-GZAlOSAFlH
VCTYMllCY223N
VCFYDAlHA823J
VCFYDAIHA683J
VCFYDAlHA823J
VCTYPAIEXl83K
RC-GZA224AFlH
VCTYMNlEF2232

J 1 rF,SOV,Electrolytic
J 0.047 pF,SOV
J 220 uF.16V.Electrolvtic
J 100 pF,SOV
.
J 0022 uF.25V
J 0.022 ;F:25V
J 15 pF (RH),SOV
J 0.022 fiF,25V
J 47 pF,lOV,Electrolytic
J 100 pF.SOV
J 330 ;F,SOV
J 1 ~F,SOV.Electrolytw
J 0.022 wF,16V
J 0.082 yF,5OV,Polyester
J 0.068 pF,SOV.Polyegter
J 0 082 pF,SOV,Polyester
J 0.018 ,1F,25v
J 0.22 ,uF,5OV,Electrolytic
J 0.022 pF,25V

AB
AA
AB
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AB
AA
AA
AB
AA
AB
AB
AB
AA
AA
AA

Cl94
c201,202
C205,206
C207,208
c209.210
C215-218
c219,220
c221,222
C223,224
c225
C226
C227
C228
c229,230
C251.252
C253,254
C255,256
c257.258
C275.276
C301-308
c309,310
C311.312
c313,314
C315,316
C317.318
C321,322
C323
C324
C327
C328
C401.402
c403,404
C405,406
c407

-6%

PART

NO.

LlESCRIPTuJN

RC-GZAl06AFlC J 10 j<F,16V,Electrolytlc
VCTYMNICYlO3K J 0.01 pF,16V
RC-GZA227AFlA J 220 pF,lOV,Electrolyttc
RCmGZAlD7AFlE J 100 flF,25V,Electrolytlc
RC-GZAIOSAFIH J I pF,SOV,Electrolybc
VCKYPAlHB222K J 0.0022 pF,50V
VCTYMNlEF2232 J 0022 uF,25V
VCTYmlCX222K J 0.0022 pF,16V
VCCCMNlHHlSOJ J 15 pF (Cti),SOV
VCTYMNlEF2232 J 0.022 flF,25V
RC-GZA475AFIE J 4.7 ,uF,25V,Electrolytic
VCKYMNlHBlO2K J 0.001 pF,50V
VCKYMNlHBlOlK J 100 pF,SOV
VCKYMNlHB56lK J 560 pF,SOV
RC-GZA227AFlA J 220 ~F,lOV,Electrolytic
VCTYPAlCX333K J 0.033 pF,16V
RC-GZA224AFlH J 0.22 rF,SOV,Electrolytic
VCKYMNlHEZIIK J 270 pF,SOV
RC~GZAlOSAFlH J 1 fiF.SOV.Electrolytic
VCKYMNlHE102K J 0001 /1F,50V
RC-GZAIOSAF IH J 1 fiF,SOV,Electrolytic
VCTYNNICX332K J 0.0033 pF,16V
VCKYMNIH833 1 J J 330 pF,SOV
VCKYMIIHBl21J J 120 pF,SOV
RC-GZAIOSAFIC J 10 MF,16V,Electrolytic
VCKYMNlH8221K J 220 pF,SOV
AC-GZA227AFlA J 220 rF,lOV.Electrolytlc
RC-GZAlOSAFlH J 1 ~F,SOV,Electrolytlc
RC-GZA104AFlH J 0.1 pF.SOV,Electrolytlc
RC-GZA106AFIC J 10 sF,16V,Electrolytic
RC-GZA336AFlA J 33 ~F,lOV,Electrolytlc
RC-GZAlOSAFlC J 10 fiF,lbV.Electrolytic
VCCSPAIHL56IJ J 560 pF,SOV
VCTYPAlEX333K J 0.033 @F,25V
VCQPKA2AA822J J 0.0082 fiF,lOOV.
Polypropylene
RC-GZA476AFlC J 47 ,uF,l6V,Electrolytic
AC-GZAIOSAFlH J 1 #F,SOV,Electrolytic
VCKYWNlHB22lK J 220 pF.SOV
VCKYMNlHB33iK J 330 pF,SOV
RC~GZAIOSAFIH J 1 ~F,SOV.Electrolytlc
RC-GZAlOSAFlC J 10 /rF,lbV,Electrolytlc
RC-GZA224AFlH J 0.22 rF,SOV,Eiectrolytic
VCTYPAlCX473K J 0.047 #F,16V
RC-GZA475AFlE J 4.7 ~F,25V,Electrolyttc
RC-GZA227AFlA J 220 ~F,lOV.Electrolytic
RC-GZAlOSAFlH J 1 rF.SOV,Electrolytic
RC-GZA106AFlC J 10 KF,16V,Electrolytlc
RC-GZA224AFlH J 022 rF,50V,E,ectro,yt,c
VCKYmlHB391K J 390 pF,SOV
VCKYMNlHBlOlK J 100 pF,SOV
VCCSTVlHLlOIJ J 100 pF,SOV
VCKYMNlH8562K J 0.0056 *F,5OV
VCKYTVlEF473Z J 0047 fiF,25V
RC-GZAl06AFlC J 10 fiF,lfiV,Electrolytic
VCKYTVlCB224K J 0.22 @F,16V
VCKYTVICB104K J 0.1 pF.16V
VCKYTVIHB272K J 0.0027 /1F,50V
VCKYTVlCB104K J 0.1 vF,16V
VCKYTVlHB333K J 0.033 pF,5OV
VCKYMNIHBS62K J 5600 pF.SOV
VCKYTVlHElOlK J 100 pF,SOV
RC-GZA4JBAFlC J 47 rF.16V,Electrolyt,c
RC-GZA107AFIA J 100 irF,lOV,Electrolytlc
RC-GZA227AFIA J 220 fiF,lOV,Electrolytic
VCKYTVIHF1032 J 0.01 /1F,5OV
VCFYDAlHA124J J 0.12 pF.SOV,Polyester
RC-GZA225AFIH J 2.2 pF,50V.ElectrolytIc
VCCSPAIHLISlJ J 150 pF,SOV
VCKZPAlHFl032 J 0.01 /rF,SOV

CODE

AB
AA
AB
AB
AB
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AB
AA
AA
AA
AB
AA
AA
AA
AB
AA
AB
AA
AA
AA
AB
AA
AB
AB
AB
AB
AB
AB
AA
AA
AA

AB
AB
AA
AA
AI3
AB
AA
AA
AB
AB
AB
AB
AA
AA
AA
AA
A
A
AB
AB
AB
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AB
AB
AE
AA
AB
AB
AA
AA

AEF.NO.

c4oa
c409.410
c411,412
c413,414
C415,416
C417,418
c419.420
C421,422
C423,424
C425.426
C427
C428
c429
c430
c431
C501.502
c503,504
cw-508
c509,510
C511
C512
c513
c514.515
c51.5
c551
C552
c553
c554
C555,556
c55a
C560
C561
C562,563
C564
C565
C566

CbO1,602
C603
CbO4--608
C621
C622
C623
Cb24
C625
C626.627
Cb28
C629--631
C632
C633
C634
C635
C636
C637
C639.640

Cb41
0342,643
C644
C645
C646
0x47.648
C716
c728.729
c750
C752
c755
C756
C751
c75a
c759

PART NO.

DESCRlPTlDN

RC-GZA477AFIA J 470 rF.lOV,Electrolytlc


VCTYPAICX682K J 0.0068 /1F,16V
VCTYPAlCX333K J 0.033 aF,l6V
J 1 rF,50V,Electrolytlc
RC-GZAIUAFIH
VCFYDAlHA334J J 0.33 ~F.SOV,Polyester
J 0.27 ~F,SOV.Polyester
VCFYDAlHA274J
VCKYPAlHBlOZK J OOOl~F.SOV
VCFYDAlHAlUJ J 0.1 ~F,5OV,Polyester
VCCSPAlHLlOlJ J 100 pF.SOV
RC~GZA106AFlC J 10 sF.l6V,Electrolytic
VCKZPAlHF2232 J 0.022 fiF,SOV
RC-GZA476AFIA J 47 /cF.lOV,Electrolytic
RC-GZA477AFQJ J 470 gF.&3V,Electrolytic
RC-GZV477AFlE J 470 ,uF,BV,Electrolytic
VCKZPAlHF103Z J 0.01 pF,SOV
RC-GZAlQ6AFlC J 10 rF,16V,Electrolytlc
VCKYPAlHBlQZK J 0.001 fiF.5OV
RC-QZAtQ4AFYJ
J 0.1 .uF,5OV,Mylar
RC-GZA225AFlE J 2.2 pF,25V,Electrolytic
RC-GZA475AFlE J 4.7 aF.25V,Electrolytic
RC-GZAlQ7AFlC J 100 rF.l6V,Electrolytic
RC-GZA336AFlC J 33 ,uF.l6V,Ekctrolytlc
RC-GZ0053AFZZ J 4700 pF,25V,Electrolytic
RC-GZA106AFlC
J 10 ~F,l6V,Electrolytic
AC-GZA227AFlA J 220 rF.lOV,Electrolyt!c
RC-GZA476AFIA J 47 @F,lOV,Electrolytic
VCEA7V475AFlE
J 4.7 rF,25V,Electrolytlc
RC-GZA47SAFlE J 4.7 rF,25V,Electrolytic
VCEA7V475AFlE J 4.7 ~F,25V,Electrolytic
AC-GZAl07AFlE J 100 fiF,25V,Electrolytic
RC-GZAIOIAFIA J 100 ~F.lOV,Electrolytic
VCKZPAlHF2232 J 0.022rF.SOV
RC-GZA477AFIA J 470 /rF,lOV,Electrolytic
RC-GZA476AFIE J 47 #F,25V,Electrolytic
VCKZPAlHF2232 J 0,022~F,5OV
VCEA7V227AFlV J 220 gF95V,Electrolytc
RC-GZA227AFlE J 220 ~F,25V,Electrolytic
VCKZPAlHF103Z J O.Ol,uF,5OV
VCKZPAlHF4732 J 0.047 pF,50V
VCKZPAlHF103Z J O.OlpF.5OV
RC-E2145hAFZZ J 0.047 ,uF,5.5V,Electrolytic
VCCCPAlHHlQlJ J 100 pF (CH),SOV
RC-GZAIQ7AFlA J 100 pF.lOV,Electrolytic
VCKYTVIEF1042 J O.l/1F,25V
VCKYTVlEF4742 J 0.47zF,25V
VCKYTVlEFlO4Z J 0.1 pF,25V
RC-GZAlQ6AFlE J lOrF,25V,Electrolytic
VCKYTVlHBlUK J O.OlrF,SOV
VCCC&WIHHlZOJ J 12 pF (CH),SOV
VCCCTVlHN33QJ J 33 pF(CH),SOV
VCKYTVLEFl04Z J 0.1 pF.25V
AC-GZAlOSAFlH J lirF,50V,Electrolytic
RC-GZA476AFlA J 47 pF,lOV,Electrolytic
VCKYTVlEFlQ4Z J 0.1 pF,25V
VCKYTQICEIQSM J lpF.16V
VCKYTVlHBlOlK J 100 pF,SOV
VCKYTVlHE102K J 0.001 #F,5OV
VCKYTVlEFlOlZ J 0.1pF,25V
RC-GZA475AFiE J 4.7 pF,PBV,Electrolytic
RC-EZY334AFlH J 0.33 IIF,50V,Electrolytic
RC-GZAIQSAFIH J 1 rF.50V.Electrolyt~c
VCKYTVIEFlQ42 J 0.,pF,25V
VCTYNNQJYZZJN J 0.022 pF,b.3
VCTYNNICX332K J 0.0033zF,16V
VCKRTVlCRlQ4K J 0.1 pF,16V
VCKYTVlEFlQ42 J 0.1 pF,25V
VCKYt#lHBlOZK J 0.001pF,50V
VCKYTVlEF104Z J 0.1pF,25V
RC-GZAlQ6AFlC J 10 pF,l6V,Electrolyt,c
VCKYMNlHB821K J a20 pF,SOV

REF.NO.

CODE

AC
AA
AA
AB
AC
AC
AA
AB
AA
AB
AA
AB
AB
AC
AA
A6
AA
AC
AB
AB
AB
At3
AF
AB
AB
AB
AA
A6
AA
AB
AB
AA
AC
AB
AA
AC
AB
AA
AA
AA
AG
AA
AB
AA
AA
AA
AA
AE
AA
AA
AA
AB
AB
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
A6
AB
A6
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
A8
AA

PART NO.

DESCRlPTlDN

C760
VCKYTVICE334M J 0.33 pF,lSV
VCKYTVlCElSIM J 0.15 pF,16V
C761
C762
RC-GZA335AFlH J 3.3 $F,SOV,Electrolytic
C763
VCKYTVlCBS23K J 0.082 pF.16V
C764
VCKYMNIHBlSlK J 150 pF,SOV
VCKYTVlEB333K J 0.033 #F,25V
C765
RC-GZA226AFlC J 22 /IF.16V.Electrolytlc
C767
C769
VCKYTVlEFlO42 J 01 pF.25V
c770
RC-GZA335AFlH J 3.3 ~F.5OV.Electralytic
Cl60
VCTYh'&ilCX222K
J O.Od22 pF,lbV
VCKYTVlEB223K J 0.022 rF,25V
c7a3
VCKYhdNlHB47lK
c7a4
J 470 pF,SOV
c785
VCKRTVlCRlSIK J 0.15 pF,l6V
RC-GZAlQ6AFlC J 10 uF.l6V,Electrolvtic
C786
c7a7
VCKYTVlEFlQdZ J O.l',,F,25V ,
c7a9
VCKYTVlEFl042 J 0.1 rF,25V
VCKYTVlEF1042 J 0.1 zF,25V
caol
cai7,aia
VCKYTVlHB103K J 0 01 (1F,5OV
VCKYTVlEFlQ42 J 0.1 rF,25V
ca34
C835,836
RC-GZA476AFIA J 47 rF.lOV,Electrolytic
ca40
RC-GZA475AFlH J 4.7 ~F,SOV,Electralytic
caa4
RC-GZA476AFlA J 47 #F,lOV,Electrolytic
RC-GZA477AFlA J 470 sF,lOV.Etectrolytic
caa6
C888
VCKYTVlHBlQ2K J 0.001 /,F,5OV
ca90
VCKYTVlEFIOIZ .I 0.1 gF,25V
ca99
VCKYMNIHB27IK J 270 pF,SOV
c902
RC-GZA227AFlA J 220 ,zF.lOV,Ekctrolytlc
Cl001
VCKYTVlEFlQ42 J 0.1 gF,25V
Cl002
RC~GZAl07AFlA J 100 j.,F.lOV,Electrolytic
VCKYTVlEFIO4Z J 0.1 pF.25V
Cl003
Cl004
AC-GZA106AFIC J 10 ~F,lSV,Electrolytlc
C1005-1007 VCKYTVlHBlOEK J 0.001 uF.SOV
ciooa.ioo9
VCKYMNIHB22lK J 220 pi,&
RC-GZA476AFlA J 47 gF,lOV,Electrolyttc
Cl010

CODE

AA
AA
AB
AB
AA
AB
AB
AA
AB
AA
AB
AA
A0
AB
AA
AA
AA
AB
AA
AB
AB
AB
AC
AA
AA
AA
AB
AA
AB
AA
AB
AA
AA
AB

RESISTORS

carbon film resistor 25% IS ldentlfled the symbol TV(TQ/CY) oi the part NO.
VRS-TV(TQ/CY)OOOOOOO; this TV(TQ/CY)does not mean lead wire.)
(Tubular type carbon film resistor 25% 1s ident,tied the symbol MF(MN) of the
part NO.VRD~MF(MN)0000000;this MF(MN) does nat mean lead we)
R4
R5
R7
RB
R9
Rll
R12
R13
R14
RI5
R16
R20
R21
R22
R23
R24
R25,26
R27
R30
R33,34
R35.36
R37
R38
R39
R42-44
R47
R48

-63-

VRD-~ZBDBZQJ
VRD-NNZBDLBlJ
VRD-STZCD472J
VRD-ST2CDlQOJ
VRD-t#dZB022LJ
VRD-NN28D391J
VRD-mZBD563J
VRD-MNZBD331J
VRD-MNZBD152J
VRD-MNzBD68aJ
VRD-KNZBD331J
VRD-M't2BDlQ3J
VRD-MNzBD472J
VRD-MNZBDlQ4J
VRD-#I0tZBD223J
VRD-MNZBD153J
VRD-MIZBD822J
VRD-M'+ZED223J
VRD-MNZBD473J
VRD-MNZBD272J
VRD-WZBD562J
VRD-mZBD104J
VRD-ST2CD33lJ
VRD-t#lZBD47QJ
VRD-UN2BDl53J
VRD-h1\12BD222J
VRD-kN2BD821J

J a2 ohms,l/aW
J 680 ohms,l/aW
J 4.7 kohms.l/6W
J 10 ohm,l/6W
J 220 ohms,l/aW
J 390 ohms.l/aW
J 56 kohms.l/aW
J 330 ohms.l/aW
J 1.5 kohms,l/EW
J 68 ohms,l/aW
J 330 ohms,l/aW
J 10 kohm,l/8W
J 4.7 kohms,l/aW
J 100 kohm,l/aW
J 22 kohms,l/BW
J 1.5 kohms,l/EW
J a.2 kahms,l/EW
J 22 kohms,1/8W
J 47 kahms.l/BW
J 2.7 kohms,UaW
J 5.6 kohms,l/aW
J 100 kohm.l/aW
J 330 ohms,1/6W
J 47 ohms,llaW
J 15 kohms,l/aW
J 2.2 kohms,l/aW
J 820 ohms,l/aW

AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
Ah
AA
AA

REF.NO.
R49
R50
R51-53
R54
R55-57
R5a
R59
R74
R75
R101.102
R103,104
R105,106
R107,108
R109,110
Rlll,llZ
R113,114
R115,116
R117.118
R119,lZO
Rl21.122
R123
R124
R125
R128
R129
R131
R132
R133
R134
R135
R137
R138
RI40
R141
R171
R172
R173.174
R175,176
R177
RI78
R181
R192
RlB3
R191
R192
R193
BR194
R201,202
R205
R206
R207
R208
R209,ZlO
R211,212
R215
R216
R217,218
R221
R223
R225
R226
R227.228
R230,231
R233,234
R235
R251,252
R253,254
R255,256
R259-262
R263,264

PART

NO.

DESCRIPTION

VRD~MN2BDlZZJ J 1.2 kohms,l/aW


VRD-ST2CDl84J J la0 kohms.l/6W
VRD-t#IZEDlQ2J J 1 kohm,l/aW
VRD-MN2BD222J J 2.2 kohms.l/aW
VRD~MN2BD104J J 100 kohm,l/BW
VRO-STZCDIQZJ J 1 kohm.l/6W
VRD-ST2CD222J J 2.2 kohms.l/6W
VRD-STPEElBlJ J la0 ohms,lNW
VRD-ST2EElSlJ J 150 ohms.l/4W
VRD-WMZBD102J J 1 kohm,l/aW
VRD-WZBD39QJ J 39 ohms.l/aW
VRO-MNZBD682J J 6.8 kohms.l/aW
VRDmm2BD392J
3.9 kohms,l/8W
VRD-MNZBD562J J 5.6 kohms.l/aW
VRDmt#dZBD473J
47 kohms.l/aW
VRD-MN2BD225J
2.2 Mohms,l/BW
VRD-MNZBDIOSJ
1 Mohm.l/aW
VRD-luN2RD332J
3.3 kohms,l/aW
VRD-ST2CD472J J 4.7 kohms,1/6W
VRDmST2CD823J
a2 kohms.l/6W
VRD-ST2CD124J
120 kohms.l/6W
J 120 kohms,llaW
VRD-hYUZBD124J
VRD-h@dNBDl53J
15 kohms.,l/BW
VRDmMdZBD153J J 15 kohms,l/aW
VRD-hIN2BDlQlJ J 100 ohm,l/aW
VRD-MNPBDlO4J J 100 kahm,l/aW
VRD-ST2CDlQ3J J 10 kohm,l/6W
VRD-!#42EiD474J J 470 kohms,l/aW
VRD-bWZBD222J J 2.2 kohms,l/aW
VRD-MN2EDIOSJ J lMohm,l/aW
VRD-MNZBDlQ3J J 10 kohm,l/aW
VRD-ST2CD822J J 8.2 kohms.l/6W
VRD-ST2CD472J J 4.7 kohms,l/6W
VRD-MNLBDlQ2J J 1 kohm.l/aW
VRD-MN2BD563J J 56 kohms.l/aW
VRD-STZCD222J J 2.2 kahms.l/6W
VRD-STZCD271J J 270 ohms,1/6W
VRD~STZCDlZIJ J 120 ohms,l/bW
VRD-MNZBD563J J 56 kohms,l/8W
VRD-hYUZBDl02J J 1 kohm.l/aW
VRD-MNZEDl23J J 12 kohms,l/aW
VRD-STZCDSSlJ J 560 ohms,1/6W
VRD-MNZBD563J J 56 kohms,l/aW
VRD-MVZED273J J 27 kohms,l/8W
VRD-MN2BDIR7J J 4.7 ohms,l/BW
VRD~MNZED473J J 47 kahms,l/aw
AH-QXlQ52AF22 J 2.2 ohms,Posistor
VRD-MN2ED222J J 2.2 kohms.l/BW
VRD-STPCD183J J la kohms.l/6W
VRD-h4N2BD183J J 18 kohms,l/EW
VRD-STZCDlQlJ J 100 ohm,l/6W
VRD-STZCDlQ3J J 10 kohm,l/6W
VRD-m280223J J 22 kohms,l/EW
VRD-NNZBDlQ3J J 10 kohm,l/aW
VRD-MNZED822J J 8.2 kohms.l/EW
VRD-STZCD822J J a.2 kohms,l/6W
VRD-STZCD472J J 4.7 kohms.l/6W
VRD-W2BDlB3J J la kohms.l/aW
VRS-TVZAB822J J a.2 kohms.l/lOW
VRD-STZCDIQZJ J 1 kohm,l/6W
VRD-STLCDlO3J J 10 kohm,l/6W
VRD-MNZBDl22J J 1.2 kohma,l/aW
VRD-MNZBD223J J 22 kohms.l/EW
VRD-,,'#42BDIO4J J 100 kohm,l/aW
VRD-MNZBD334J J 330 kohms,l/aW
VRS-TV2AE683J J 68 kohms,l/lOW
VRS-TV2AB103J J 10 kohm.lllOW
VRS-TVZAB102J J 1 kohm,l/lOW
VRD-MN2BDlQ2J J 1 kohm.l/aW
VRD-MNZED562J J 5.6 kohms,l/BW

CODE

REF.NO.

AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
A A
AA
AA
AA
A A
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
AE
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA

R265,266
R267,26a
R269
R271
R272
R307,308
R311,312
R317
R318
R320
R321,322
R401,402
R403,404
R405.406
R407.408
R409,410
R411,412
R413,414
R415-418
R419-422
R423.424

VRS-TVZAB273J
VRS-TVZAE682J
VRS-TVZAE472J
VRD-w2BDlQZJ
VRS-TVZABlOZJ
VAS-TVZAB681J
VRO-MN2BD472J
VRS-TV2AB332J
VRS-TVZAE273J
VRS-TVZAB104J
VRD-MNZBDaRZJ
VRD-ST2CD222J
VRD-STPCDlO3J
VRDmSTZCDlBZJ
VRD-STZCDlOSJ
VRD-STZCD122J
VRD-STZCDlQZJ
VRD-STZCD823J
VRD-STZCD472J
VRD-ST2CD332J
VRN-RT2CKl03F

R425,426
R427,42a
R429,430
R431-434

VRD-STLCD103J
VRD-STZCDIQZJ
VRD-ST2CD472J
VRN-RT2CK223F

R435.436

VRN-RT2CKl03F

R437,43a
R439
R440
R441
R501.502
R503,504
R505--508
R509,510
R511,512
R513
R514
R515,516
,R551
,R552
R553
R554
R555
Lt! ,R556
R557
Rb11,612
R613.614
R615
R616--618
R620
R622
R623
R624
R625
R626
R627,62a
R629
Rb30
R631
R632
Rb33
R634
R635
Rb36
R63a
R639
R640

VRD-ST2CDlSlJ
VRD-STZCD22lJ
VRD-ST2CD681J
VRD-STZCDl03J
VRD-ST2CDlZlJ
VRD-STPCDlQ2J
VRD-ST2CD2RZJ
VRS-FC3DAR22J
VRD-STZCD472J
VRD-ST2CD473J
VRD-STZCD273J
VRD-ST2CD222J
RH-QXl052AFZZ
RH-QXlQ66AFZZ
VRD-ST2CD221J
VRD-STZCDSZlJ
VRD-STZCDlBlJ
RH-QX1052AFZZ
VRD-ST2EE271J
VRD-STZCD183J
VRD-ST2CD123J
VRD-STZCD103J
VRD-MNZBD222J
VRD-ST2CDlSZJ
VRD-STZCD182J
VRD-ST2CD152J
VRD-ST2CD1821
VRO-STZC0272J
VRD-STZCD392J
VRD-STZCD183J
VRD-STZCD393J
VRD-ST2CD152J
VRD-STZCD182J
VRD-STZCD272J
VRD-STZCD392J
VRD-STZCD682J
VRD-STZCD123J
VRD-STZCD393J
VRD-STZCDlQlJ
VRS-TV2AB392J
VRS-TV2AB393J

-64

PARTNO.

DESCRlPTlON

J 27 kohms,l/lOW
J 6.8 kohms,l/lOW
J 4.7 kohms,l/lOW
J 1 kohm.l/aW
J lkohm,l/lOW
J 680 ohms.l/lOW
J 4.7 kohms,l/aW
J 3.3 kahms.l/lOW
J 27 kohms,l/lOW
J 100 kohm,l/lOW
J 8.2 ohms,l/aW
J 2.2 kohms,l/6W
J 1 0 kohm,l/6W
J 1.8 kohms,l/6W
J 10 kohm,l/bW
J 1.2 kohms,l/6W
J 1 kohm,l/6W
J a2 kohms,1/6W
J 4.7 kohms,l/6W
J 33 kohms.l/6W
J 10 kohm,l/6W,il%,Metal
FlltT
J 10 kohm,l/bW
J 1 kohm,l/6W
J 4.7 kohms,l/6W
J 22 kohms,l/6W.~l%,Metal
Film
J 10 kohm,l/6W,+_l%.Metal
Frlm
J 150 ohms.l/6W
J 220 ohms,l/6W
J 680 ohms.l/6W
J 10 kohm.l/bW
J 120 ohms,l/6W
J 1 kohm,l/fiW
J 2.2 ohms,1/6W
J 0.22 ohms.ZW
J 4.7 kohms,1/6W
J 47 kohms,l/6W
J 27 kohms,l/6W
J 2.2 kohms,l/6W
J 2.2 ohms,Poslstor
J 0.8 ohms,Poststor
J 220 ohms,l/6W
J a20 ohms,l/bW
J 180 ohms,l/6W
J 2.2 ohms,Poslstor
J 270 ohms,l/i)W
J la kohms,l/6W
J 12 kohms,l/6W
J 10 kohm,l/6W
J 2.2 kahms,l/8W
J 1.5 kohms,1/6W
J 1.8 kohms.l/6W
J 1.5 kohms.l/6W
J 1.a kohms,l/bW
J 2.7 kohms.l/6W
J 3.9 kohms,1/6W
J 18 kohms,1/6W
J 39 kohms,1/6W
J 1.5 kohms,l/6W
J 1.8 kohms,l/bW
J 27 kohms,l/6W
J 3.9 kahms,l/6W
J 6.8 kohms,l/6W
J 12 kohms,l/bW
J 39 kohms,1/6W
J 100 ohm,l/BW
J 3.9 kohms,l/lOW
J 39 kohms,l/lOW

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
AE
AE
AA
AA
AA
AE
AA
AA
AA
A4
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA

REFND.

PART

ND.

R641
R642
R643--645
R646
R647
R648,649
R650.651
R652

VRS-~~2~8334)
"AS-TYPABIQIJ
VRS-TVZA8103J
VRD-MN2BD82QJ
VRD-MNZBDIQ3J
VRS-TV2AElQ3J
VRD-MN2ED103J
VRD-MN2BOlQ3J

R&2

VRD-MNZBD332J

R653
R654
R655,656
R657
R658
R659
R660
R661
R663.664
R665,666
R667
R668
R669-672
R673
R674--681
R682
R683
R684
ME,686
R688-695
R696
R697
R700
R705
R710
R720,721
R728,729
R730
R748
R751
R753
R754
R757
R758
R760
R761
R762 I
R764
R765
R766
R772
R773
R779
R781
R784
R788
R790
R795-798
R801
R813,814
R815,816
R851-853
R890
RIQOZ
R1003
R1004
R1005
R1006

VRS-TV2ABl03J
VRD-MNNZBDIQIJ
VRS-TVSABlQ2J
VRD-MN2BD473J
VRS-TVZABIQZJ
VRS-TV2AB475J
VRS-TVZABIBZJ
VRS-TVZAB1UZJ
VRS-TV2AB102J
VRS-TV2AE333J
VRS-TVZA8472J
VRS-TV2AB562J
VRS-TV2ABIQ2J
VRD-ST2CDlRQJ
VRS-TVZABlQ2J
VRD-MNZBDlQ2J
VRD-MN2ED33lJ
VRD-~ZBDIQlJ
VRS~TV2ABlQ2J
VRS-TV2ABlQPJ
VRS-TV2AB224J
VRD-hWZBD271J
VRD-MNZBD473J
VRD-m280223J
VRD-MN2ED274J
VRD-MN2BD564J
VRD-h%4280823J
VRD-MNZBDIQ3J
VRD-NN2BD333J
VRD+W2BDIQZJ
VRD-m2BD102J
VRD-h%ZBD682J
VRD-hV112BD393J
VRD-WZBD472J
VRO-hQ42BD273J
VRD-MNZBD223J
VRD-WZBD473J
VRD-NNZBDlQ3J
VRD-hW2BD473J
VRDm,VN2BD272J
VRD-NN2BD123J
VRD-M\IZBDSSlJ
VRC~MN2BD473J
VRS-TV2AB333J
VRD-m2BD221J
VRD-MN2BDlQ4J
VRS-TV2AE222J
VRS-TVZA8561J
VRD-MNZBDlQZJ
VRD-M'42BD392J
VRD-W2BDl52J
VRS-TVZA8682J
VRD-W28D473J
VRS-TVZAE473J
VRD-Mi2BD272J
VRD-h#2BDl22J
VRD-W2BDiQ2J
VRD-MVZBDIQ4J
VRD-hW28068lJ

*
J
J
J
J
J
J
J
J

OE?.CRlPTlON

330 kohms,l/lOW
100 ohm,l/lOW
10 kohm,l/lOW
82 ohms,l/8W
10 kohm.l/8W
10 kahm,l/lOW
10 kohm,l/8W
10 kohm,l/EW il0 kHr
span1
J 3.3 kohms,l/8W [9 kHr
span1
J 10 kohm.l/lOW
J 100 kohm,l/8W
J 1 kohm,l/lOW
J 47 kohms,l/8W
J 1 kohm,l/lOW
J 4.7 Mohms,lOW
J 1.8 kohms,l/lOW
J Ikohm,l/lOW
J 1 kohm,lllOW
J 33 kohms.l/lOW
J 4.7 kohms,ltlOW
J 5.6 kohms,l/lOW
J 1 kohm,l/lOW
J 1 ohm,l/6W
J 1 kohm,l/lOW
J lkohm,l/8W
J 330 ohms,l/8W
J 100 ohm,l/BW
J lhohm,l/lOW
J lkohm,l/lOW
J 220 kohms,l/lOW
J 270 ahms,l/8W
J 47 kohms,1/8W
J 22 kohms,1/8W
J 270 kohms,l/lW
J 560 kahms.l/EW
J 82 hohms.l/lW
J 10 kohm.ll8W
J 33 kohms,l/8W
J 1 kohm,l/EW
J 1 kohm.l/flW
J 6.8 kohms.l/EW
J 33 kohms.ll8W
J 4.7 kohms,l/EW
J 27 kohms.l/BW
J 22 kohms,l/EW
J 47 kohms,l/lW
J 10 kohm,l/EW
J 47 kohms,l/8W
J 2.7 kohms,l/8W
J 12 kohms,l/8W
J 560 ohms,l/8W
J 47 kohms.l/8W
J 33 kohms,l/lOW
J 220 ohms,l/lW
J 100 kohm,l/EW
J 2.2 kohms,l/lOW
J 560 ohms.l/lOW
J 1 kohm,l/OW
J 3.9 kohms,l/8W
J 1.5 kohms.l/8W
J 6.8 kohms,l/lOW
J 47 kohms,l/lW
J 47 kohms,l/lOW
J 2.7 koh,,,s,l,8W
J 1.2 kohms,l/lW
J 1 kohm,l/8W
J 100 kohm,l/8W
J 680 ohms.l/EW

CODE

REF.NO.

AP
AA
AP
AP
AA
AA
AA
AP

R1008
R1009
R1010.1011
R1012,1013
R1014-1016
R1017
R1018
RI020
R1021,1022
R1023
R1025-1028

AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AP
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
AA
AA
AA
AA

PART

NO.

OESCRlPTtON

VRD-MN2BDlQ2J J 1 kohm.l/EW
VRD-MN2ED122J J 1.2 kohms,l/8W
VRS-TV2A8472J J 4.7 kohms,l/lOW
VRS-TV2AB563J J 56 kohms,l/lOW
VRS-TV2ABIQZJ J 1 kohm,l/lOW
VRD-MNZBDIQIJ J 100 kohm,l/8W
VRS-TV2AB82lJ J 820 ohms,l/lOW
VRS-TV2AB473J J 47 kahms,l/lOW
VRD-M'42ED472J J 4.7 kahms,l/BW
VRS-TV2AB472J J 4.7 kohms.lllOW
VRS-TVZABIOZJ J 1 kohm,l/lOW

CODE
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A

A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A

OTHER CIRCUITRY PARTS


81720
811001
EM301
EM302
BM601
EM602
BM603
EM621
EM622
EM623
EM624
BW301
EJW302
BW601
BW602
BW603
BW621
BW622
BW624
CNP3
CNPlOl
CNP302
CNP621
CNP623
CNP624
CNP700
CNP720
CNSlOl
CNS102
CNS621
CNS623
CNS624
CNS720
CPlOOl
cw1001
d ,F601
J251
J501
J621
LCD621
LP621.622
M301
M701
M702
so1
SOL302
SW191
SW304
SW305
SW306

-a-

92LM-CoNE1756C J Connector Ass'y,K-6Pin


92LC@&%T1756B J Connectbr Ass'y,llPin
QCNCM856GAFzz J Plug,7Pln
QCNCh(856HAFZZ J Plug,BP~n
92LCijNE4P913QB J Plug.4Pin
92LCoNESP91308 J Plug,SPln
QCNCM846VAFZZ J Plug.ZOPin
QCNCMB~~SAFZZ J nug,l7Pin
QCNCM846htAFZZ J Plug,lPPrn
QCNCM846LAF22 J Plug,llPin
92LCsNE4P9130R J Plug,4Pln
QCNCW856GAFZZ J Socket,7Pln
QCNCW856HAFZZ J Sacket.8Pin
92LCoN4P9131SL J Socket,4Pin
92LCoN5P9131SL J Socket,SPin
QCNCW644VAFZZ J Socket,ZOPio
QCNCW644SAFZZ J Socket,l7Pin
QCNCW644MAFZZ J Socket,l2Pin
92LCfiN4P3131SL J Socket,4Pin
QCNLW644LAFZZ J Socket,llPln
QCNCM687GAFZZ J Plug.7Pin
92LCvNEBP53254 J Plug.llPin
QCNCM704FAFZZ J Plug,6Pln
QCNCM704CAFZL J Plug.3Pin
QCNCM705CAFZZ J Plug,SPin
QCNGW725RAFZZ J Socket,lGPin
QCNCM687fAFZZ J Plug.6Pin
92LM-CsNE1756A J Connector Ass'y.7Pin
92LM-CaNE1756B J Connector Ass'y,ZPin
92LCoNW6T1756D J Connector Ass'v,CPin
92LCBw3Tl756C J Connector As&,3Pin
92LC6NW3Tl78lA J Connector Ass'y,JPin
Part of Ref.No.61720
QCNCM7058AFZZ J Plug,ZPin
Pert of Ref.No.BIlOOl
92LFUSE-T322-8 J Fuse,T3.15A
QSBCJ4426AFZZ J Jack,AUX/CD Output
92LJACKH1756A J Jack,Headphones
QTANZQ49QAFZZ J TerminaLSpeaker
RV-LXlQ73AFZZ J LCD
RLMPPQl44AFZZ J Lamp
92LMTR1756AASY J Motor with Pulley [Tape1
92LMTR1651BASY J Motor with Gear [Slide1
92LMTR1651CASY J DISC Motor Ass'y with
Chassis
92LJACKA1756A J Termmal,FM/AM Antenna
RPLU-025OAFZZ J Solenoid
QSW-SQ267AF22 J SwithSlide TYDB [Beat
Calcell
-
QSWF9065AFZZ J Swttch,Leaf Type [Tape
Main1
QSWF9064AFZZ J Switch.Leaf Type [Side A
Erase Prevention]
QSV-F9064AFZZ J Switch.Leaf Type [Metal
Detection]

AG
AL
AC
AC
AC
AC
AD
AC
AB
AC
AC
AC
AC
AC
Ad
AE
AC
AC
AC
AC
AB
AD
AB
AB
AA
AD
AB
AN
AD
AE
AD
A D
AA
AE
AE
AE
AE
AT
AE
AT
AP
AP
AG
AG
AD
AC
AC
AC

REF.NO

PART

NO.

SW307

QSW-F9064AFZZ

SW308

QSWF9064AFZZ

SW309

QSWF9064AFZZ

SW601

92LSoK1781A

SW621

QSWKQl8lAFZZ

SW622

QSW-KOI~IAFZZ

SW623

QSWKO181AFZZ

SW624

QSW-KOIBIAFZZ

SW625
SW626
SW628
SW629

QSW-KQ181AFZZ
QSW-KOlIlAFZZ
QSw-KOlBlAFZZ
QSW-KQlBIAFZZ

SW630
SW631
SW632

DE?.CR,PTlON

J Switch.Leaf Tv,,e [Cassette


Detecbonl
.'
J Switch.Leaf Type ICrO,
Detection]
J Switch,Leaf Type [Side B
Erase Prevention]
J Switch,Skde Type [Voltage
Selector1
J Switch,Key Type [Volume
UP1
J Switch,Key type [Volume
Down1
J Swltch,Key Type [Bass/
Treble Selector]
J ""a~~;:~? Type [Play/
J
J
J
J

CODE
AC
AC
AC
AN
AB
AB
AB
AB
AB
AB
AB
AB

QSV-KQlBlAFZZ

Switch,Key Type [Stop]


Switch.Kev Tv~e [Band]
Switch,Key Type [AUXI
Switch,Key Type [CD
Edit1
J Swi;;,Key Type [Preset

QSW-KQIIIIAFZZ

sw;tcc;ney type [Preset

AB

AB

AB

SW637

QSW-KOl8lAF22 J Switch,Key Type [Side A


Play1
QSW-KQIBlAF22 J Switch.Kev Tv!x [Side B
Play1
QSN-KOlBlAFZZ J Switch,Key Type [Stop]
QSWKQl8lAFZZ J Switch,Key Type [Fast
FFl
QSWKQ181AFZZ J Sw&h,Key Type [Fast
REW]
QSWKQ181AFZZ J Swi$;;hy Type CRec

SW638

QSW-KQl8lAF22

J SwItch,Key Type [Reverse


Model
QSW-KQIBIAFZZ J S$,Key Type [Dolby

AB

QSV-KQ~~~AFZZ J Switch.Key type Ipower


QSW-KOQ64AFZZ J Switch,Key Type [Reset]
QSWF0317AFZZ J Switch.Leaf Type [Open/
Close1
QSW-PO92QAFZZ J Swltch,Push Type [Pickup
In1
92LC6NE3P53254 J Test Point,3Pin
QCNCM687GAFZZ J Test Point.7Pin
RTUNVOil6AFZZ J FM Front End n,t
VHLGPIUSBIY-1 J Sensor.Remote Control

AB
AC
AC

SW633
SW634
SW635
SW636

SW639
SW640
SW641
SW643
SW702
TP201
TP751
TtJNl
UN621

_.

AB
AB
AB
AB
AB

AB

A C
AB
AB
AR
AK

DECK MECHANISM PARTS


1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
15
16
17
18

92LM-ANG1756B J Bracket,Motor
92LMmANG1756A J Bracket,Lock Lever
92LM-CUSN1676A J Spacer,Head
92LM-CASY1756A J Main Chassis Asey
LBSHZQQ86AFZZ J Cushion,Motor
LCHSSQ30QAFQl J Reel Base Ass'y
LDAIHO~I~AFZZ J Head Base
LHLDSlQ77AFZZ J Metal Assy,Fonvard
LHLDSlQlBAFZZ J Metal Assy,Reverse
LHLUV1075AFZZ J Nylon Band,60mm
92LM-PLT1676E J P,ate,Head
92LM-HFPA1676A J Plate,Head Mountina
92LM-CAM1676A J Cam Gear
92LM-6SLA1676A J Lever.Overstroke *
92LM-PRLAl676A J Lever Assy,Pinch Rolle,
Drive
92LM-LEV1756B J Lever,Lock Stopper

AD
AD
AB
AH
AA
AE
AC
AD
A D
AA
AC
A K
AC
AD
AD

REF.NO.
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
23
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
41
42
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
55
56
58
59
60
61
501
502
503
504
506
507
509
510
511
513
514
515
518
519
M301
SOL302
SW304
SW305
SW306
SW307

AC

-66-

PART

NC!.

CODE

92LM-LEV1676A J Lever,Brake
92LM-LEVI6768 J Lever&am Trigger
92LM-LEV1676C J Lever.Elect Stopper
92LM-LEV1756A J Lever.Lock
92LM-PLAl676A J Lever Assy.Play Gear
92tM-FRLA1676A J Lever Assy,FF/REW Gear
92LM-CSPR1676C J Sprmg,Salenoid
MSPRC09L6AFFJ J Spr,ng,Back Tenwan
MSPRD1217AFFJ J Spr,ng,Overstroke
MSPR01218AFFJ J Spring,Brake
MSPRD1219AFFJ J Spr~ng,Cam Trigger
MSPRD122OAFFJ J Spring.Head Reverse
MSPRD1221AFFJ J Spring,Pinch Roller,Forward
MSPRD1222AFFJ J Sprlne,Plnch Roller.Reverse
MSPRD1223AFFJ J Spring,Pinch Roller,
Forward,Small
MSPRD1224AFFJ J Spring,Pinch Roller,Reverse,
Small
MSPRD1225AFFJ J Spring,Pinch Roller Dnve
LWH
MSPRD1226AFFJ J Sprmg,Pley Gear Lever
Assy
MSPRD1227AFFJ J Sprlng,FF/REW Gear Lever
Asev
MSPR0129OAFFJ
J Spr,ng;Lock Lever
MSPRPQ492AFFW J Plate Sprlng,Cessette Press
MSPRT152OAFFJ 1 Spring,Ground
92LM-BELT1756A J Belt,Flywheel
NBLTKO514AFZZ J Belt,Drive
92LM-REL1676A J Reel
92LM-REL16768 J Reel Cap
NFLYCQ229AFZZ J Flywheel.Forward
NGERHQ482AFZZ J Gear Assy,Drive
92LM-GEAR1676A J Gear.Head
92LM-GEAR16768 J Gear,Head Reverse
92LM-GEAR1676C J Gear,Play
92LM-GEAR16760 J Gear.FF/REW
92LM-GERA16768 J Gear,Reel Sensor
NA6LY0144AFZZ J Pinch Roller,Forward
NR~LYO145AFZZ J Pinch Roller,Reverse
RHEDKQO84AF22 J Head,Playback/Record/
Erase
NFLYCQ23QAFZZ J Flywheel.Reverse
MSPRD1282AFFJ J Spring,FF/REW Gear
MSPRDl283AFFJ J SpringSensor Gear
LX-BZ0763AFFD J Screw,Loch Lever
LX-820778AFFD J Screw,dZX6mm
LX-WL9064AFZZ J Washer,~l.SX~3.8XO5m.
LX-WZ9069AFZZ J Washer,~l.ZX~4XO.Z5mm
LXmWZ9230AFZZ J Washer,~l.8Xd4X0.5mm
XElPSDl4PQ5500 J Screw,~l.4X5.5mm
XHESD2QPQ40QQ J Screw,d2X4mm
XHBSD2QPQ5000 J Screw,dPXSmm
XHESD2QPl6QQO J Screw,~Zxl6aun
92L2R3W4R4R25P J Washar,.$Z.JX&4XO.Z5mm
XWSSJ20-05000 J Washsr,~ZX~4.4XOSmm
92LS2R6S2626
J Special Screw,Motor
xwVSD22-03000 J Spectal Warher.~2.2XO.3mm
LX-WZ9229AFZZ J Washer,d1.6X~3.4X0.5mm
92LMTR1756AASY J Motor wth Pullev ITawl
RPLU-0250AF22 J Solenoid
?SV-F9065AF22 J Sw$/ln:eaf Type [Tape

&?+F9064AFZZ J Switch,Leaf Type [Side A


Erase Preventmnl
Q5W-F9064AF22 J Swltch,Leaf Type [Metal
Detection1
QSW-F9064AFZZ J Switch,Leaf Type [Cassette
Detection1

AC
AC
AB
AB
AE
AE
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AC
AA
AC
AB
AE
AF
AB
AB
AC
A
C
A
B
A
D
AD
AQ
AE
'
A6
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
A
A
AA
A
A
AA
AA
A
A
AA
~
AA
AA
AA
AT
AG
AC
AC
AC
AC

PART

NO.

DESCRfPTfON

COOL
AC

QSWmF9064AFZZ J Swltch.Leaf Type tCr0,


Detection1
QwF9064AF22 J Swtch,Leaf Type (Side B
Erase Prevention1

SW309

AC

CD MECHANISM PARTS
AA
AC
AB
AB
AB
AC
AD
AC
BH
AG
AA
AA
AA
AP
AP

MSPRC0798AF22 J Sprlg,Rack
NGERHQ38lAf22 J Gear,Middle
NGERH0382AFZZ J Gear,Drive
NGERRQQ36AFZZ J Gear.Rack,Fix
NGERRQ037AFZZ J Gear.Rack.Move
NSFTMQ237AFPN J Shaft,Gulde
PC6VP3207AFSA J Cover,CD Mechanism
PCUSG0427AFSC J Cushion
RCTRH8134AFOQ J Plckup Urut
QF%BHRi8OAF22 J Flexible PWE
LX-HZQ217AFFD J Screw.dZ.6X8mm
XBPSDZOP03000 J Screw:;ZXb.
XBPSO26PQ6JOO J Screw,~2.6X6nw
92LMIR1651BASY J Motor wth Gear [Skdel
92LMTR165lCASY J Disc Motor Assy with
Chassis

301
302
303
304
305
306
307
308
310
311
701
702
703
M701
M702

CABINET PARTS
201

92LCAB178lASl J Front Cabinet Assy

202
202- 1
202. 2
203
204
206
206. 1
206. 2
207
208
209
210
211
212
213
214
215
217
218
219
220
221
222
223
224
A225
A226
A226
A226

92tCC6V178lSZ J CD Lid Assy


A
CD Lid (Not Replacement
Item)
92LPANEL11568 J Window&D Lad
92LCSPR1756A
J Sprlng,CD Lid
92LCABlJBlC-BK J Top Cabinet
92LCC6Vi78lSl J Cassette Cover Rssy
A
Cassette Cover (Not
Replacement Item)
JZLPANELi756C J Window.Cassstte Cover
92LC-HoLD1756A J Cassette Holder
92LPANEL178lA J Window.LCD
92LCSPR1756B
J Sprig,Cassette Cover
92LD#@ER165lA J Damper,Cassette Cover
92LKNsBl756A
J Button,Eject
92LMAGl651ASl J Magnet Assy
92LLEV1756A
J Lever,Lock CD Lid
92LKN5B178iA
J Button.CD Operaho
92LDmER1651A J Damper,CD Lid
92LCAB1756B-BK J Rear Cabinet
92LCUSN1756A
J Leg,Cushion
92LHdLDI756A
J Tape Mechanism Holder
92LS~CHS1756A J Main Chassis
92LS-CHSI7568 J Chassls.Rear
92LS-CHSl756C J Chassls,Tuer
92LRDATI756A
J Heat Smk,Rear
92LRDATl756C
J Heat Sink,Power
Transformer
LBSHCOlQ3AFZZ J Bushing,AC Power Supply
Cord
92LCGRDml393A J AC Power Supply Cord
[For Saud, Arabcal
92LC6RDA1387C J AC Power Supply Cord
[For Austrakal
92LC6RDT1699A J AC Power Supply Cord
[For Talwanl

T
A
A
A
A

D
D
D
F
N
-

AF
AD
AP
M
AF
AG
AV
AB
AD
AC
AH
AD
AE
AD
AH
AA
AH
AL
AH
AL
AV
AG
AE
AM
A Q

REF.NO.
,226
27.7
228
229
230
231
233
234
236
237
238
239
,240
241
243
244
260
261

PART

NO.

261

92LSPECl781C

261

92LSPECl78lD

262
263
264
265
266
267
268
269
601
602
603
604
605
606
607
609
619
620
621
622
623
627

DESCRlPTfON

CODE

92LC%?DV178lA J AC Power Supply Cord


[Except for Saud!
Arabla/Talwal
92LSHL01756A
J Shield,Power Transformer
92tSHLD1756B
J Shield.Power Transformer
92LSHLDl756C
J Sh,eld:Deck PWB
92LCUSNl156C
J Cushlon,LCD
92LCUSN1756F
J Cushm.Deck PWB
92LRDATl756D
J Heat Slk.Diode
92LRDAT1756B
J Heat S!nk.Power Amo.PWB
92LSHEET1756B J Sheet.Deck PWB
92LHsLDl756B
J LCD Holder
92LSHEET1756A J She&LCD
92LSHLDl7560
J Shield,Deck PWE
QFSHD2104AF22 J Fuse Holder.
QLUGPO165AF22
J Jack.Lug
92LCABl756SL
J Panel.Left Side
92LCAB1756SR
J Pan&Right Side
92LLABL1781A
J Lab&Reset
92LSPECI78lA
J Label,Specificatios
[Except for Taiwan/

Brazil1

AD

J.Label.Specifications [For
Taiwan1
92LC6Vl781A
J Cover,Rear Heat Sink
92LLABLOQlA
J Lab&Made in Malaysia
92LLABL142QAi J Label,Class 1
92LlAEL178iD
J Lab&Speaker Caution
92LLABLl781C
J Caution Lab&Dolby
92LPANEL713A
J Paw&Made in Malaysia
92LSHEETl781B J Jumper Wire Sheet
92LN-BANDl318A J Nylon 8and,60mm
92L3OTStlOEZ
J Screw.d3XlOmn
92L3ETStlQBB
J Screw.;3X 1Omm
92L3BTStllBB
J Screw.d3Xl4mm
9213BTSt6EZ
J Screw;~3X6mm
92L3BTSt1288
J Screw.+3XlZm
92L4TTSf8BZ
J Screw,~4X&m
92L4SPW
J Washer,d4mn
92L3R2WB-R5S
J Washer,d3.2Xd0.8X0.5mn
92LZR6PTStBBZ J Screw.@6X8m.
92L2R6PTStlOBZ J Screw,&.2.6XlOmm
92L3BTSt12BZ
J Screw,~3XlZ~
92LZR8Wl2-R8S J Washer,+2.8X#,l2XO.Sm
92L3SFw
J Washer.dBmn
92L3BTSt6BB
J Screw.g3X6ma

AD

Brazil1

92LPCABICDQBXL
92LPCABlCDQ8XR
92LPCABlCDQ8
92LCLCSBCDQB
92LPNTAlCEQBL
92LPNTAICDQ8R
92LO4Q1OQ22
92LO4010023
92LECoR3C008
92LEBUS3CtiB
92LFSBS4CDQB
92LWSUPZCDQB
92LFELT4CDQ8
92LOQlQPBP28A

J Front Pan&Left
J Front Panel,Rlght
J Speaker Box J Leg,Cushion
J Speaker Net Assy,Left
J Speaker Net Assy,Right
J Screw.Q3X25Rm
J Screw,+JXZOmm
J Soeaker Card
J Bushing,Speaker Card
J Sound Material
J Rod,Prevent Vibration
J Felt,Speaker
J Speaker

NO.

DESCRIPTKJN

CODE

92LBAG1756A
92LBAG760C
92LC-PAD178lA
92LCAUTl781A
92LF-ANT1533A
92LG-CARD1266E

92LiNST1781A
92LL-ANT1676A
92LLABL055B
92LLABLl781B
92tP-AD1756A
92LPCASEl78LAS
92LPLUGQ27

92LPLUGl55A
92LPLYB9CDQa
92LPPAD9CDQBB

J Polyethylene Bag,
ACCesSOrleS
J Polyethylene BagUnIt
J Polyethylene Bag,AC Plug
Adaptor
J Packing Case Add.
J Cautton.Operation Manual
[For Taiwan Only]
J FM Antenna
J Warranty Card [For
Australia Dntyl
J Operation Manual
J AM LDDD Antenna
J Label,Mgde I Malaysia
J Label Feature
J Packing Add.,Left/Right
J Packmg Case wth Handle
J AC Plug,Adaptor [For
Saudi Arabia]
J AC Plug,Adaptor [Except
for Saud1 ArabIaI
J Polyethylene Eag.Speaker
J Packing Add.,Speaker,
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901
902
903
904
905
906
908
909
911
912
915
917
918
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ACCESSORIES/PACKING PARTS
92LBAG1460B

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92LPPAD9CDQBT J Packmg Add.,Speaker,Top


92LR-C6NT1781A J Remote Control
92LLiD1756B
J Battery Lid,Remote Control

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92LpwB178lFWFiS J Jo!t/Power Amp./Power/


CD Cotrol/Volume/
Terminal/Tape Control
(Combined Assy) [For
Australia Only1
92LPYIB1781EQUS J Deck/Tuner (Combined
Assy) [For Australia
Only1
92LFWdl781MANS J CD Servo/LCD/Lamp
(Combined Assy) [For
Australia Only1
92LPAB1756MKAS J Tape Mechanism [For
Australia Only1
QmF3368AFZZ J Motor (PWB Only) [For
Australia Only1

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OTHER SERVICE PARTS


QCfvW46259AFZZ J Extension Cable.
CNP700-CNS700 (16-16
PI)
QCN(M626QAFZ2 J Extension Cable,
BM602-BW602 (5.5Pm)
Qc~#+~~%IAFzz J ExtesL0 cable,
BM603-EW603 (ZO-2OPin)
QCMAN6262AFZZ J Extension Cable,
BM623-CNP3 (Il-1lPm)
QC?@N6263AF22 J Extension Cable,
BM601-SW601 (4.4Pi)
QCf&%N6264AF22 J Extension CablqTP751 (7
PI)

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Writer and Editor: Quality & Reliability Control Center of Communication & Audio Systems Group, Sharp Corp.

Printed in Japan
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