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SERVICE MANUAL

HARD DISK CAMCORDER


SERVICEGMANUAL
5
2008
YF226<Rev.002>
EVERIO

GZ-MG330AUS, GZ-MG330HUC,
GZ-MG330HUS, GZ-MG330RUS,
GZ-MG335HUC, GZ-MG335HUS,
GZ-MG340BUS, GZ-MG340BUC,
GZ-MG360BUC, GZ-MG365BUC,
GZ-MG365BUS

GZ-MG330AUSM, GZ-MG330HUCM
GZ-MG330HUSM, GZ-MG330RUSM
GZ-MG340BUCM, GZ-MG340BUSM [M8E303]
GZ-MG335HUCM, GZ-MG335HUSM [M8E305]
GZ-MG360BUCM, GZMG360BUC2M [M8E307]
GZ-MG365BUCM, GZMG365BUC2M,
GZ-MG365BUSM, GZMG365BUS2M [M8E309]
COPYRIGHT © 2008 Victor Company of Japan, Limited
Lead free solder used in the board (material : Sn-Ag-Cu, melting point : 219 Centigrade)

TABLE OF CONTENTS
1 PRECAUTIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-3
2 SPECIFIC SERVICE INSTRUCTIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-5
3 DISASSEMBLY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-8
4 ADJUSTMENT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-19
5 TROUBLE SHOOTING . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-22

COPYRIGHT © 2008 Victor Company of Japan, Limited No.YF226<Rev.002>


2008/5
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SPECIFICATION
„Camcorder
For General Power supply DC 11 V (Using AC Adapter)
DC 7.2 V (Using battery pack)
Power consumption Approx. 2.7 W*
* When the LED light is off and the monitor backlight is set to [STANDARD] mode.
Dimensions (W × H × D) 133 mm × 68 mm × 54 mm (4-1/2" × 2-11/16" × 2-3/16")
Weight Approx. 315 g (0.69 lbs) (incl. grip belt)
Approx. 360 g (0.79 lbs) (incl. battery and grip belt)
Operating temperature 0°C to 40°C (32°F to 104°F)
Operating humidity 35% to 80%
Storage temperature -20°C to 50°C (-4°F to 122°F)
Pickup 1/6" (680,000 pixels) CCD
Lens F 1.8 to 4.0, f = 2.2 mm to 77 mm, 35:1 power zoom lens
Filter diameter Ø30.5 mm
LCD monitor 2.7" diagonally measured, LCD panel/TFT active matrix system
Speaker Monaural
LED Light Within 1.5 m (4.9 ft) (recommended shooting distance)
For Video/Audio Format SD-VIDEO
Recording/Playback Video MPEG-2
format Audio Dolby Digital (2 ch)
Signal format NTSC standard
Recording mode (video) ULTRA FINE: 720 × 480 pixels, 8.5 Mbps (VBR)
FINE: 720 × 480 pixels, 5.5 Mbps (VBR)
NORMAL: 720 × 480 pixels, 4.2 Mbps (VBR)
ECONOMY: 352 × 240 pixels, 1.5 Mbps (VBR)
Recording mode (audio) ULTRA FINE: 48 kHz, 384 kbps
FINE: 48 kHz, 384 kbps
NORMAL: 48 kHz, 256 kbps
ECONOMY: 48 kHz, 128 kbps
For Still imageFormat JPEG
Image size 1 mode (640 × 480)
Picture quality 2 modes (FINE/STANDARD)
For connectors AV input/output Video input 0.8 V (p-p) ~ 1.2 V(p-p), 75 Ω
Video output 1.0 V (p-p), 75 Ω
Audio input 300 mV (rms),50 kΩ
Audio output 300 mV (rms), 1 kΩ * Only GZ-MG365/335
USB Mini USB type A and type B, USB 2.0 compliant
„AC Adapter
Power requirement AC 110 V to 240 V, 50 Hz/60 Hz
Output DC 11 V, 1 A
„Remote Control
Power supply DC 3 V
Battery life Approx. 1 year (depending on the frequency of use)
Operating distance Within 5 m (16.4 ft)
Operating temperature 0°C to 40°C (32°F to 104°F)
Dimensions (W × H × D) 42 mm × 14.5 mm × 91 mm (1-11/16" × 5/8" × 3-5/8")
Weight Approx. 30 g (0.07 lbs) (incl. battery)
Design and specifications subject to change without notice.

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SECTION 1
PRECAUTIONS
1.1 SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
Prior to shipment from the factory, JVC products are strictly emission. Consequently, when servicing these products,
inspected to conform with the recognized product safety and replace the cathode ray tubes and other parts with only the
electrical codes of the countries in which they are to be specified parts. Under no circumstances attempt to modify
sold.However,in order to maintain such compliance, it is equally these circuits.Unauthorized modification can increase the
important to implement the following precautions when a set is high voltage value and cause X-ray emission from the
being serviced. cathode ray tube.
1.1.1 Precautions during Servicing (12) Crimp type wire connectorIn such cases as when replacing
(1) Locations requiring special caution are denoted by labels the power transformer in sets where the connections
and inscriptions on the cabinet, chassis and certain parts of between the power cord and power trans former primary
the product.When performing service, be sure to read and lead wires are performed using crimp type connectors, if
comply with these and other cautionary notices appearing replacing the connectors is unavoidable, in order to prevent
in the operation and service manuals. safety hazards, perform carefully and precisely according
(2) Parts identified by the symbol and shaded ( ) parts to the following steps.
are critical for safety. • Connector part number :E03830-001
Replace only with specified part numbers. • Required tool : Connector crimping tool of the proper
type which will not damage insulated parts.
NOTE : • Replacement procedure
Parts in this category also include those specified to a) Remove the old connector by cutting the wires at a
comply with X-ray emission standards for products point close to the connector.Important : Do not
using cathode ray tubes and those specified for reuse a connector (discard it).
compliance with various regulations regarding
spurious radiation emission.
(3) Fuse replacement caution notice.
Caution for continued protection against fire hazard.
Replace only with same type and rated fuse(s) as
specified. cut close to connector
(4) Use specified internal wiring. Note especially: Fig.1-1-3
• Wires covered with PVC tubing b) Strip about 15 mm of the insulation from the ends
• Double insulated wires of the wires. If the wires are stranded, twist the
• High voltage leads
strands to avoid frayed conductors.
(5) Use specified insulating materials for hazardous live parts.
Note especially: 15 mm
• Insulation Tape
• PVC tubing
• Spacers
• Insulation sheets for transistors
• Barrier Fig.1-1-4
(6) When replacing AC primary side components (transformers, c) Align the lengths of the wires to be connected.
power cords, noise blocking capacitors, etc.) wrap ends of Insert the wires fully into the connector.
wires securely about the terminals before soldering. Metal sleeve

Connector
Fig.1-1-5
Fig.1-1-1 d) As shown in Fig.1-1-6, use the crimping tool to crimp
(7) Observe that wires do not contact heat producing parts the metal sleeve at the center position. Be sure to
(heatsinks, oxide metal film resistors, fusible resistors, etc.) crimp fully to the complete closure of the tool.
(8) Check that replaced wires do not contact sharp edged or
pointed parts.
(9) When a power cord has been replaced, check that 10-15 1.2 Crimping tool
kg of force in any direction will not loosen it. 2.0
5

5.5

Power cord Fig.1-1-6


e) Check the four points noted in Fig.1-1-7.

Not easily pulled free Crimped at approx. center


of metal sleeve
Fig.1-1-2
(10) Also check areas surrounding repaired locations.
(11) Products using cathode ray tubes (CRTs)In regard to such Conductors extended
products, the cathode ray tubes themselves, the high Wire insulation recessed
voltage circuits, and related circuits are specified for more than 4 mm
compliance with recognized codes pertaining to X-ray Fig.1-1-7

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1.1.2 Safety Check after Servicing
Examine the area surrounding the repaired location for damage (4) Leakage current test
or deterioration. Observe that screws, parts and wires have been Confirm specified or lower leakage current between earth
returned to original positions, Afterwards, perform the following ground/power cord plug prongs and externally exposed
tests and confirm the specified values in order to verify accessible parts (RF terminals, antenna terminals, video
compliance with safety standards. and audio input and output terminals, microphone jacks,
(1) Insulation resistance test earphone jacks, etc.).
Confirm the specified insulation resistance or greater Measuring Method : (Power ON)Insert load Z between
between power cord plug prongs and externally exposed earth ground/power cord plug prongs and externally
parts of the set (RF terminals, antenna terminals, video and exposed accessible parts. Use an AC voltmeter to
audio input and output terminals, microphone jacks, measure across both terminals of load Z. See Fig.1-1-9
earphone jacks, etc.).See table 1 below. and following Fig.1-1-12.
(2) Dielectric strength test
Confirm specified dielectric strength or greater between
power cord plug prongs and exposed accessible parts of a b

the set (RF terminals, antenna terminals, video and audio Externally
Z A c

input and output terminals, microphone jacks, earphone exposed V


jacks, etc.). See Fig.1-1-11 below. accessible part
(3) Clearance distance Fig.1-1-9
When replacing primary circuit components, confirm (5) Grounding (Class 1 model only)
specified clearance distance (d), (d') between soldered Confirm specified or lower grounding impedance between
terminals, and between terminals and surrounding metallic earth pin in AC inlet and externally exposed accessible
parts. See Fig.1-1-11 below. parts (Video in, Video out, Audio in, Audio out or Fixing
screw etc.).Measuring Method:
d
Connect milli ohm meter between earth pin in AC inlet and
exposed accessible parts. See Fig.1-1-10 and grounding
d' specifications.
Chassis
Power cord
primary wire
AC inlet Exposed accessible part
Fig.1-1-8
Earth pin

MIlli ohm meter


Grounding Specifications
Region Grounding Impedance ( Z )
USA & Canada Z 0.1 ohm
Europe & Australia Z 0.5 ohm
Fig.1-1-10
AC Line Voltage Region Insulation Resistance (R) Dielectric Strength Clearance Distance (d), (d')
100 V AC 1 kV 1 minute d, d ' 3 mm
Japan R 1 M /500 V DC
100 to 240 V AC 1.5 kV 1 minute d, d ' 4 mm
110 to 130 V USA & Canada 1M R 12 M /500 V DC AC 1 kV 1 minute d, d' 3.2 mm
AC 3 kV 1 minute d 4 mm
110 to 130 V (Class )
Europe & Australia R 10 M /500 V DC d' 8 m m (Power cord)
200 to 240 V AC 1.5 kV 1 minute
(Class ) d' 6 m m (Primary wire)
Fig.1-1-11
AC Line Voltage Region Load Z Leakage Current (i) a, b, c

100 V Japan 1
i 1 mA rms Exposed accessible parts
0.15
110 to 130 V USA & Canada i 0.5 mA rms Exposed accessible parts
1.5
i 0.7 mA peak
110 to 130 V 2 Antenna earth terminals
i 2 mA dc
Europe & Australia
220 to 240 V i 0.7 mA peak
50
Other terminals
i 2 mA dc
Fig.1-1-12
NOTE :
These tables are unofficial and for reference only. Be sure to confirm the precise values for your particular country and locality.

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SECTION 2
SPECIFIC SERVICE INSTRUCTIONS
2.1 DIFFERENCE LIST
The following table indicate main different points between models GZ-MG330AUS, GZ-MG330HUC, GZ-MG330HUS,
GZ-MG330RUS, GZ-MG335HUC, GZ-MG335HUS, GZ-MG340BUC, GZ-MG340BUS, GZ-MG360BUC, GZ-MG365BUC and
GZ-MG365BUS.
MODEL NAME GZ-MG330AUS GZ-MG330HUC GZ-MG330HUS GZ-MG330RUS GZ-MG335HUC GZ-MG335HUS
BODY COLOR BLUE SILVER SILVER RED SILVER SILVER
EVERIO DOCK NO NO NO NO YES(CU-VC4U) YES(CU-VC4U)
AV IN/OUT OUT ONLY OUT ONLY OUT ONLY OUT ONLY IN/OUT IN/OUT
HDD 30GB 30GB 30GB 30GB 30GB 30GB
TYPE-T TYPE-T TYPE-T TYPE-T TYPE-T TYPE-T

MODEL NAME GZ-MG340BUC GZ-MG340BUS GZ-MG360BUC GZ-MG365BUC GZ-MG365BUS


BODY COLOR BLACK BLACK BLACK BLACK BLACK
EVERIO DOCK NO NO NO YES(CU-VC4U) YES(CU-VC4U)
AV IN/OUT OUT ONLY OUT ONLY OUT ONLY IN/OUT IN/OUT
HDD 40GB 40GB 60GB 60GB 60GB
TYPE-T TYPE-T TYPE-T TYPE-S TYPE-T TYPE-S TYPE-T TYPE-S
(GZ-MG360BUC) (GZ-MG360BUC2) (GZ-MG365BUC) (GZ-MG365BUC2) (GZ-MG365BUS) (GZ-MG365BUS2)

2.2 HDD
There are two types of HDD used in this model. (Manufactures: TOSHIBA, SAMSUNG).
Be sure to check the actual part with the parts list first.
Methods to identify the two types are as follows:
1. Identifying by serial label
2. Identifying by EEPROM data. (Using service support software EEPROM utility)
Note)
The part numbers of the MAIN BOARD ASSY are different.
3. Identifying by label on the HDD
Note)
The manufacturer names are different.

Model Name Type Manufacturer Identifying Method


/PRISUM ASSY 1. SERIAL LABEL 2. MAIN BOARD ASSY 3.LABEL(STICKER)
(Part No) /EEP ROM (ADDRESS)
GZ-MG360BUC TYPE-T TOSHIBA MARK: (NONE) <MAIN BOARD ASSY:> [TOSHIBA]
/GZ-MG365BUC /QAL1047-003 GZ-MG360BUC LYA10118-01D
/GZ-MG365BUS <ADDRESS>
ADR.1C07H: 32H
ADR.1C08H: 41H
GZ-MG365BUC /GZ-MG365BUS ADR.1C09H: 00H
ADR.1C0AH: 02H

TYPE-S SAMSUNG MARK: [2] <MAIN BOARD ASSY:> [SAMSUNG]


/QAL1139-003 GZ-MG360BUC2 LYA10118-06L
<ADDRESS>
ADR.1C07H: 10H
ADR.1C08H: C1H
GZ-MG365BUC2/GZ-MG365BUS2 ADR.1C09H: 00H
ADR.1C0AH: 01H

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2.3 REPLACING HDD 2.4 SERVICE FOR EVERIO DOCK (CU-VD4)
NOTE1) After HDD replacement, format the HDD first. 2.4.1 Service repair parts
When the power is turned on after the HDD replacement, the This unit mainly consists of CABINET PARTS and two BOARD
below "Warning screen" is displayed. ASSYS.
Be sure to format the HDD following the messages. The main service repair parts are as follows.
Be sure to turn off the power once after the formatting. For details of service repair parts, please refer to the parts list.
If the HDD recording is started without being turned off the • CABINET PARTS
power, normal recording cannot be performed although the re- • BOARD ASSYS
cording will start. (CDL JACK BOARD ASSY & CDL CN BOARD ASSY)
NOTE2) • Some electrical parts
The picture title data needs to be written in the HDD.
Download the data and writing procedure from JS-NET. 2.4.2 Disassembly
Note that the picture title is a thumbnail image used in Creating 1. Removing the TOP CASE (Refer to Fig.2-3-1)
Playlist including Titles and saved in the space where users Remove the 4 screws (1-4), and then remove the TOP CASE.
cannot see. 2. Removing the HOLDER (Refer to Fig.2-3-2)
< "Warning screen"> Take out the CDL CN BOARD ASSY from the BOTTOM
CASE.
Pull out the HOLDER from the connector by releasing the 4
hooks holding the HOLDER one by one.
0''&61(14/#6*#4&&+5-&4+8' Note) During the procedure, be careful in handling the

#..&#6#9+..$''4#5'& SPRING.
&1;179#0661(14/#6!
3. Removing the SPRING (Refer to Fig.2-3-3)
㪜㪯㪜㪚㪬㪫㪜 Release the CDL CN BOARD ASSY as shown in the figure,
㪚㪘㪥㪚㪜㪣 and take out the SPRING from the BOTTOM CASE.
4. Removing the CDL CN BOARD ASSY/ CDL JACK BOARD
㪪㪜㪣㪜㪚㪫 㪪㪜㪫
ASSY (Refer to Fig.2-3-4)
Release the lock of CN2, and remove the CDL CN BOARD
ASSY while pulling out the FPC.
Release one hook, and remove the CDL JACK BOARD ASSY.

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TOP CASE

SPRING

CDL CN BOARD ASSY

BOTTOM CASE

1 3
BOTTOM CASE
2

0.069N࡮m (0.7kgf࡮cm)
Fig.2-3-1 Fig.2-3-3

CDL CN BOARD ASSY

HOLDER
CN2

FPC
CDL CN BOARD ASSY
BOTTOM CASE
CDL JACK BOARD ASSY

HOOK
SPRING

HOOK

BOTTOM CASE

Fig.2-3-2 Fig.2-3-4

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SECTION 3
DISASSEMBLY
3.1 BEFORE ASSEMBLY AND DISASSEMBLY
3.1.1 Precautions 3.1.4 Tools required for disassembly and assembly
• Be sure to disconnect the power supply unit prior to mounting Torque driver Bit Tweezers
and soldering of parts. YTU94088 YTU94088-003 P-895
• Prior to removing a component part that needs to disconnect
its connector(s) and its screw(s), first disconnect the wire(s)
from the connector(s), and then remove the screw(s).
• When connecting/disconnecting wires, pay enough attention
not to damage the connectors.
• When inserting the flat wire to the connector, pay attention to
the direction of the flat wire. Chip IC replacement jig Cleaning cloth
• Be careful in removing the parts to which some spacer or PTS40844-2 KSMM-01
shield is attached for reinforcement or insulation.
• When replacing chip parts (especially IC parts), first remove
the solder completely to prevent peeling of the pattern.
• Tighten screws properly during the procedures. Unless
otherwise specified, tighten screws at a torque of 0.088N·m
(0.9kgf·cm). However, as this is a required value at the time of
production, use the value as a measuring stick when Fig.3-1-2
proceeding repair services. (See "SERVICE NOTE" as for • Torque driver
tightening torque.) Be sure to use to fastening the mechanism and exterior parts
3.1.2 Destination of connectors because those parts must strictly be controlled for tightening
torque.
Two kinds of double-arrows in connection tables respectively • Bit
show kinds of connector/wires.
This bit is slightly longer than those set in conventional torque
: Flat wire : Wire : Board to board (B-B)
: The connector of the side to remove drivers.
• Tweezers
CONN. No. CONNECTOR PIN No. To be used for removing and installing parts and wires.
CN2a MAIN CN101 MONI BW CN761 40 • Chip IC replacement jig
CN2b MAIN CN103 10
To be used for replacement of IC.
MINI BW CN762
• Cleaning cloth
3.1.3 Disconnection of connectors (Wires) Recommended cleaning cloth to wipe down the video heads,
Wire
mechanism (tape transport system), optical lens surface.
Wire
3.2 ASSEMBLY AND DISASSEMBLY OF MAIN PARTS
3.2.1 Assembly and disassembly
When reassembling, perform the step(s) in reverse order.
Lock
FPC Connector FPC Connector
STEP Fig. POINT NOTE
· Pull both ends of the connector in the arrow · Extend the locks in the direction of the arrow for
No. PART
direction, remove the lock and disconnect the flat unlocking and then pull out the wire. After No.
wire. removing the wire, immediately restore the locks
to their original positions because the locks are [1]
apt to come off the connector. TOP COVER ASSY C1 4(S1a), 3(L1a),CN1a -
Wire [2] UPPER ASSY C2-1 (S2a),2(S2b),3(S2c) -
Lock (Inc. VF ASSY, 2(SD1a),
SPEAKER/MONITOR) L2,CN2a,b
[8] E.VF UNIT(B/W) C2-2 2(S8),L8,CN8a NOTE 8
FPC Wire
FPC Connector Connector
( 1) ( 2) ( 3) ( 4) ( 5)
· Pull the both ends of the board in the direction of the (∗1) Order of steps in Procedure
arrow, and remove the Connector. · Extend the locks in the direction of the arrow for
unlocking and then pull out the wire. After
When reassembling, preform the step(s) in the reverseorder.
Wire removing the wire, immediately restore the locks
to their original positions because the locks are These numbers are also used as the identification (location)
apt to come off the connector.
No. of parts Figures.
(∗2) Part to be removed or installed.
· Extend the locks in the direction of the arrow for (∗3) Fig. No. showing Procedure or Part Location.
unlocking and then pull out the wire. After
Lock removing the wire, immediately restore the locks (∗4) Identification of part to be removed, unhooked, unlocked,
to their original positions because the locks are
FPC Connector apt to come off the connector. released, unplugged, unclamped or unsoldered.
S = Screw L = Lock, Release, Hook
B-B Connector
SD = Solder CN = Connector
[Example]
• 4 (S1a) = Remove 4 S1a screws.
B-B Connector • 3 (L1a) = Disengage 3 L1a hooks.
B-B Connector • 2 (SD1a) = Unsolder 2 SD1a points.
· Pull the both ends of the board in the direction of the arrow, and remove the B-B Connector. • CN1a = Remove a CN1a connector.
Fig.3-1-1 (∗5) Adjustment information for installation.

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3.2.2 Assembly/Dissambly of cabinet parts and electrical parts
z Disassembly procedure
NOTE1:
STEP PART NAME Fig.
No. No.
POINT NOTE When removing the BOTTOM COVER ASSY, open and pull
[1] B.COVER ASSY 3-2-1 3(S1),2(L1a), 3(L1b) NOTE1 up the COVER (SD).
GRIP BELT, NOTE2a:
[2] WINDOW(IR) 3-2-2 NOTE2a,b
S2,2(L2a),3(L2b),L2c Pull out the GRIP BELT from the hook and leave it released
3(S3),JACK COVER(AV), before removing the HDD COVER ASSY.
[3] TOP COVER ASSY 3-2-3 NOTE3
S3,3(L3a),3(L3b),3(L3c) NOTE2b:
[4] HDD COVER ASSY 3-2-4 2(S4), L4a,b - During the procedure, be careful not to damage the parts.
[5] HDD 3-2-5 CN5 NOTE5a,b,c,d,e,f NOTE3:
[6] HDD CASE 3-2-6 5(S6),L6a,b - When attaching, be careful not to pinch the parts.
[7] REAR COVER ASSY CN7a,b,3(S7),L7a,3(L7b) NOTE7
NOTE5a:
[8] ZOOM UNIT 3-2-7 2(S8), L8 NOTE8
During the procedure, be careful in handling the parts.
[9] REAR BOARD ASSY L9a,2(L9b) NOTE9 Pay special attention not to give any external shock to the
[10] UPPER ASSY 3-2-8 CN10, 2(S10), L10a,b NOTE10a,b HDD.
[11] FRONT ASSY 3-2-9 CN11,S11, L11a,b NOTE11a,b
NOTE5b:
[12] MIC 3-2-10 S12, L12a, L12b, PLATE(MIC) NOTE12
When the HDD is replaced, be sure to refer to Replacing
[13] MAIN BOARD ASSY 3-2-11 CN13a,b, 2(S13) NOTE13 HDD in "SECTION2 SPECIFIC SERVICE INSTRUCTIONS"
[14] OP BLOCK ASSY 3-2-12 3(S14) NOTE14a,b for the procedure after HDD replacement.
[15] ORNAMENT(TOP) 3-2-13 2(S15), L15a, 3(L15b) NOTE15a,b
NOTE5c:
CN16a,b, S16, 2(L16a),
[16] OPE BOARD ASSY 3-2-14-1 NOTE16a,b Be careful as the RUBBER SPACERS on both sides are
/3-2-14-2 2(L16b), 3(S16) easily come off when the HDD is removed from the main
[17] SPEAKER S17, L17a,b, 2(L17c), BKT(SPK) NOTE17 unit.
[18] MONITOR ASSY 3-2-15 S18a, L18a, 2(S18b), 2(L18b) NOTE18
NOTE5d:
When connecting the FPC to the connector, insert the FPC
straight into the connector. When locking the connector, be
careful not to give so much load that it bends the board.
NOTE5e:
In this procedure, the FPC connected to the HDD connector
is not removed.
If the FPC is removed due to broken wire, be careful in at-
tachment direction.
Pay attention as wrong attachment could damage the HDD.
NOTE5f:
Be careful with the wiring.
NOTE7:
When removing the REAR COVER ASSY, remove the
ZOOM UNIT together with the REAR BOARD ASSY.
NOTE8:
When attaching, first adjust the AV jack position, and then
carefully adjust the DC jack position.
NOTE9:
During the procedure, be careful not to touch or damage the
battery terminal.
NOTE10a:
When removing, release the connector lock, and then pull
out the FPC together with the UPPER ASSY.
NOTE10b:
Please refer to Fig.3-2-13 and the following procedure for re-
moving the UPPER ASSY.
NOTE11a:
When attaching, be careful in handling the JACK COVER
(USB) ASSY.
NOTE11b:
When attaching, be careful with the wiring (MIC).
NOTE12:
When attaching, be careful with the wiring (MIC).

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NOTE13:
Be careful with the wiring.
NOTE14a:
During the procedure, be careful in handling the parts.
NOTE14b:
Refer to 3.2.3 Assembly/Disambly of [14] OP BLOCK ASSY/
CCD BOARD ASSY.
NOTE15a:
During the procedure, turn the MONITOR ASSY 90°, so that
it does not interfere with the procedure.
NOTE15b:
During the procedure, be careful not to damage the parts.
NOTE16a:
When removing, remove the screw No.32 first to release the
FPC, and then pull out the FPC from the connector.
NOTE16b:
When attaching, be careful with the wiring.
NOTE17:
When attaching, be careful with the wiring.
NOTE18:
Refer to 3.2.4 Disassembly of [18] MONITOR ASSY.

z Destination of connectors
CN. CONNECTOR PIN
No. No.
CN5 MAIN CN102 HDD - 40
CN7a MAIN CN104 ZOOM UNIT - 12
CN7b MAIN CN103 REAR CN601 32
CN10 MAIN CN101 OPE CN401 30
CN11 MAIN CN107 MIC - 4
CN13a MAIN CN105 CCD CN5001 22
CN13b MAIN CN106 OP BLOCK - 25
CN16a OPE CN403 SPEAKER - 2
CN16b OPE CN402 MONITOR CN7601 22/23

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2 3
1 (S1) (S1)
(S1)
L1a 5
COVER(SD) 6 (S3) NOTE3
NOTE1 (S3) JACK COVER(AV)
[1]
L3b
L1b L3c

[3] 7
L3a (S3)
8
(S3)

Fig.3-2-1 Fig.3-2-3

NOTE2a
GRIP BELT

NOTE2a
L2c

[2] L2b L4a


L4b
HOOK

10
L2a (S4) 9
4 (S4)
(S2)
[4]

Fig.3-2-2 Fig.3-2-4

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NOTE5f HDD
FPC

L7b
NOTE5a,b
MAIN PWB STOPPER [5]
<CROSS SECTION> CN7a
CN7b
17
NOTE5e (S7)
FPC L7a
16
(S7)
NOTE5d
CN5 18 [7]
(S7) NOTE7

L9b
NOTE8 NOTE9
NOTE5c [8] L9a [9]
RUBBER SPACER
SHIELD 19
(HDD)
(S8)
L8
20
CONNECTOR (S8)
RUBBER SPACER

Fig.3-2-5 Fig.3-2-7

12
(S6) CN10
14
(S6) 15
(S6)
13
(S6)

[6] L10b
NOTE10a
CN10
21
(S10)
L6b
22 L10a
L6a (S10)

FPC
[10]
NOTE10b
11
(S6)

Fig.3-2-6 Fig.3-2-8

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(S13)
25 NOTE13
(S13)
[13]

WIRE(MIC)
CN13a
23 L11a CN13b
(S11)

CN11
L11b

WIRE(MIC)
[11] NOTE11b
JACK COVER(USB) ASSY
NOTE11a

Fig.3-2-9 Fig.3-2-11

27
(S14) 29
(S14)
28
(S14)

L12b

[12]
L12a

PLATE(MIC)

NOTE14a,b
[14]
NOTE12
24
(S12)

0.118N࡮m (1.2kgf࡮cm)
Fig.3-2-10 Fig.3-2-12

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NOTE16b

WIRE(SPEAKER)

MONITOR ASSY NOTE17


NOTE15a L15a
L15b
[15]
NOTE15b 30
(S15)
31
(S15)

Fig.3-2-13 Fig.3-2-14-2

32 NOTE16a
(S16) 38 39
CN16b (S18b) (S18b)
34
FPC 33 (S16)
(MONITOR) (S16)
35
(S16) NOTE16b L18b
CN16a
CN16b
OPE PWB 36 L18a
(S17)
ASSY
BKT(SPK) UPPER CASE ASSY

[16]
SW NOTE17
(LCD_OPEN)
L16b [17]
L16a L17c

L17a
L17b
[18] L18a
NOTE18
L16b,L17c
37
(S18a)
32
(S16) 0.196N࡮m (2.0kgf࡮cm)
Fig.3-2-14-1 Fig.3-2-15

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3.2.3 Assembly/Disambly of [14] OP BLOCK ASSY/CCD BOARD ASSY
zPrecautions NOTE14b:
(1) Be careful in handling the CCD IMAGE SENSOR, OPTI- Replace the CCD IMAGE SENSOR as a CCD BASE
CAL LPF and the LENS components. ASSY, not as a single part replacement.
Pay special attention to the surfaces to protect them from (3) Remove the SHEET and OP LPF.
stains, dust, or scratches. zAssembly of OP BLOCK ASSY / CCD BOARD ASSY
If the surfaces are soiled with finger prints or other stains, (1) Set the OP LPF first, and then the SHEET to the OP
wipe them off with silicon paper, clean chamois leather, BLOCK ASSY.
or recommended cleaning cloth.
(2) The CCD IMAGE SENSOR may have been shipped with NOTE14c:
a protective sheet attached to the transmitting glass. Be careful with the attachment direction of the OP
When replacing the CCD IMAGE SENSOR, do not peel LPF.
off this sheet from the new part until immediately before (2) Attach the CCD BASE ASSY first, then the SHEET,
it is mounted in the OP BLOCK ASSY. SHIELD(CCD) and the CCD BOARD ASSY so that the
SHEET stays in place, and then tighten with the 2 screws
zDisassembly of OP BLOCK ASSY / CCD BOARD ASSY (1,2).
(1) Unsolder the 20 soldered points (SD14a) of the CCD (3) Solder the 20 points (SD14a) on the CCD BOARD AS-
BOARD ASSY. SY.
(2) Remove the 2 screws (1,2), and then remove the CCD
BOARD ASSY,SHIELD(CCD) and the CCD BASE AS- zReplacement of service repair parts
SY. The service repair parts for the OP BLOCK ASSY are as listed
below.
NOTE14a: When replacing parts, be careful not to cut the FPCs or dam-
When removing the CCD BASE ASSY, be careful in age any parts by soldering (excessive heat).
handling as the CCD IMAGE SENSOR may be re- (1) FOCUS MOTOR UNIT
moved together with the SHEET and the OP LPF at- (2) ZOOM MOTOR UNIT
tached. (3) IRIS MOTOR UNIT
NOTE 14d:
The IRIS MOTOR UNIT includes the FPC ASSY and two
sensors.

8
10 9 (S14b)
(S14b) (S14b)

7
(S14b)
SD14a 2
NOTE14d 1 (S14a)
AUTO IRIS UNIT (S14a)
SD14b
3
6 (S14b)
(S14b) 4
5 (S14b) FOCUS MOTOR
(S14b) UNIT

CCD BOARD ASSY

SHIELD(CCD)

ZOOM MOTOR NOTE14a,b


UNIT CCD BASE ASSY
SHEET
OP LPF
NOTE14a,c

OP BLOCK ASSY 0.078N࡮m (0.8kgf࡮cm)


0.147N࡮m (1.5kgf࡮cm)

Fig.3-2-16

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3.2.4 Disassembly of [18] MONITOR ASSY
zCAUTIONS
(1) During the procedure, be careful in handling the LCD • Affixing the D. FACE TAPE to the SENSOR BOARD
MODULE and other parts. Pay special attention not to (1) Affix the D. FACE TAPE to the SENSOR BOARD ASSY.
damage or stain the monitor screen. NOTE18j:
If fingerprints are left on the screen, wipe them with clean Securely fix the D. FACE TAPE, and then affix the
chamois leather or a cleaning cloth. SENSOR BOARD ASSY to the D. FACE TAPE by ad-
z Removing MONITOR ASSY justing the four frames of the SENSOR BOARD ASSY
(1) Remove the screw (1). to the frame of the D. FACE TAPE. Evenly press over
(2) Turn the HINGE UNIT ASSY 90°, and remove the 2 the paper backing of each long / short side of the L
screws (2,3). shape.
(3) Remove the MONI.COVER ASSY by removing the 7 (2) Peel off the paper backing.
hooks (L18a-g). NOTE18k:
(4) Release the lock of the connector (CN18a), and remove When removing the paper backing, check that there
the HINGE UNIT by lifting it up. are no foreign substances or air bubbles on the tape.
NOTE18a: If there are foreign substances etc., completely re-
During the procedure, be careful in handling the FPC. move them and continue the affixing procedure.
(5) Release the lock of the connectors (CN18b,c), and pull • Affixing the SENSOR BOARD ASSY to the MONI. CASE
out the FPC. (1) Affix the SENSOR BOARD ASSY to the MONI. CASE
(6) Remove the screw (4), and remove the MONITOR
BOARD ASSY . NOTE18m:
When affixing, adjust the position of the long side of
NOTE18b: the L shape to avoid misalignment, and then press
During the procedure, be careful in handling the FPC. evenly.
(7) Remove the SHEET (M.REF), LIGHT GUIDE, Be sure to press hard for 10 seconds or more on each
SHEET(M/DIFF), and the SHEET(BEF). long/ short side of the L shape for even adhesion.
NOTE18c: During the procedure, be careful to prevent foreign
When attaching, insert one side of the SHEET (M/ substances or air bubbles from entering.
DIFF) under the LCD CASE RIB. (2) After the replacement, make sure that there are no bro-
NOTE18d: ken or deformed parts or any abnormalities.
When attaching, insert each tab on both sides of the Use the service software for the operation check of the
SHEET (M.REF) into the LCD CASE notch. touch sensor sensitivity.
(8) Remove the LCD CASE, SPACER(LCD), LCD MOD-
ULE, SPACER(LCD) and the LCD BKT ASSY. NOTE18g,j,k
NOTE18e: SENSOR BOARD ASSY
During the procedure, handle the five parts (LCD
CASE, SPACER(LCD), LCD MODULE, SPAC-
ER(LCD) and the LCD BKT ASSY) together.
NOTE18f: NOTE18j,k
The SENSOR BOARD ASSY is originally affixed to the D.FACE TAPE
MONI.CASE ASSY using jigs and they have struc-
tures difficult to replace.
If replacement is required, please refer to the NOTE
and follow the operation procedure.
zAssembly/Disambly of MONITOR ASSY/SENSOR BOARD ASSY
Operation procedure
• Removing the part which is to be reused DETACHMENT PAPER
(1) Remove the SENSOR BOARD ASSY from the MO- NOTE18j,k
NI.CASE ASSY by gradually peeling off from the HINGE
ASSY side.
NOTE18g: SENSOR BOARD ASSY
During the procedure, be careful not to break or de-
form the parts or warp the SENSOR BOARD.
D.FACE TAPE
(2) Completely peel off the remaining tape pieces of the D.
FACE TAPE left on the part to be reused (MONI.CASE
ASSY or SENSOR BOARD ASSY).
NOTE18h:
Make sure that there are no D. FACE TAPE pieces or
foreign substances left on the surfaces. If necessary,
clean the surfaces using alcohol etc. Fig.3-2-17

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zRemoving HINGE UNIT ASSY
(1) Remove the screw (5), and remove the HINGE COV-
ER(U).
(2) Remove the HINGE COVER(L).
(3) Remove the MAGNET.
NOTE18n:
During the procedure, be careful in handling the FPC.
During the procedure, be careful in handling the MAG-
NET.
When attaching, set the N pole outside as shown in
the figure. Be careful when removing as there is no
marking.
NOTE18p:
During the procedure, be careful in handling the FPC.
NOTE18q:
The FPC, with its connection to the MONITOR
BOARD ASSY facing inward, is rolled around the axis
(shaft) of the HINGE UNIT ASSY rotation 2.5 rounds
(2.5times).

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0.118 N࡮m (1.2kgf࡮cm) 1
(S18a) L18f MONI COVER ASSY
L18b L18g
5 L18a
(S18b)
2 L18e
(S18b) L18d
HINGE COVER(U) NOTE18a 3 L18c
FPC HINGE UNIT (S18b)
NOTE18p,q ASSY 4
(S18a)
L18m L18h
L18k HINGE COVER(L) CN18c
MONI CASE ASSY
L18p

L18n MAGNET
NOTE18n CN18b
CN18a

NOTE18e L18j
<MONI CASE SIDE> MONITOR
BOARD ASSY
CN18b
LCD BKT ASSY

SHEET(M.REF)

SPACER(LCD)
NOTE18d LIGHT GUIDE

NOTE18c SHEET(M/DIFF)

(REINFORCED SIDE)
LCD MODULE

SHEET(BEF)1

SPACER(LCD) NOTE18d

LCD CASE RIB


LCD CASE NOTE18c NOTE18d

NOTE18b

SENSOR BOARD
ASSY
MONI CASE ASSY
NOTE18g,h,j NOTE18h,j
<MONI COVER SIDE>

Fig.3-2-18

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SECTION 4
ADJUSTMENT
4.1 PREPARATION 4.1.3 Tools required for adjustment
4.1.1 Precaution Torque Driver Bit Tweezers
YTU94088 YTU94088-003 P-895
Camera system and deck system of this model are specially
adjusted by using PC.
However, if parts such as the following are replaced, an
adjustment is required. The adjustment must be performed in a
Service Center equipped with the concerned facilities.
• EEP ROM (IC1005 of MAIN board)
• OP BLOCK ASSEMBLY Chip IC Replacement Jig Cleaning Cloth INF Adjustment Lens
PTS40844-2 KSMM-01 YTU92001B
• MONITOR ASSEMBLY

In the event of malfunction with electrical circuits, first find a


defective portion with the aid of proper test instruments as shown
in the following electrical adjustment procedure, and then
commence necessary repair/ replacement/adjustment.
• In observing chip TP, use IC clips, etc. to avoid any stress. INF Adjustment Lens Holder Mini Stand Light Box Assembly
YTU94087 YTU93108 YTU93096B
Prior to replacement of chip parts (especially IC), remove the
solder completely to prevent peeling of the pattern.
• Use a patch cord if necessary. As for a patch cord, see the
BOARD INTERCONNECTIONS.
• Since connectors are fragile, carefully handle them in
disconnecting and connecting the FPC.
Gray Scale Chart Color Bar Chart Focus Chart
YTU94133A YTU94133C YTU92001-018
4.1.2 Required test equipment
• Personal computer (for Windows)
• Color TV monitor
• Oscilloscope (dual-trace type, observable 100MHz or higher
frequency). The one observable 300 MHz or higher frequency
is recommended.
• Digital voltmeter Service Support System Communication Cable
YTU94057-109 YTU93111-1
• DC power supply or AC adapter
• Frequency counter (with threshold level adjuster)

PC Cable Jig Connector Cable Charing Battery Adjuatment Jig


QAM0099-002 YTU93106D YTU93112A

IDE Adapter IDE Adapter FPC Wire


YTU96041 YTU96043 YTU94165-40

• Torque Driver
Be sure to use to fastening the mechanism and exterior parts
because those parts must strictly be controlled for tightening
torque.
• Bit
This bit is slightly longer than those set in conventional torque
drivers.
• Tweezers
To be used for removing and installing parts and wires.

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• Chip IC Replacement Jig 4.2 JIG CONNECTOR CABLE CONNECTION
To be used for adjustment of the camera system. „ Connection procedure
• Cleaning Cloth
NOTE
Recommended the Cleaning cloth to wipe down the video
• Be sure to turn the power “OFF”, when connecting the JIG
heads, mechanism (tape transport system), optical lens sur-
CONNECTOR CABLE.
face.
If the JIG CONNECTOR CABLE is connected with the pow-
• INF Adjustment Lens er “ON”, communication error may occur.
To be used for adjustment of the camera system. For the • Remove the 3 screws (1-3), and then remove the B.COV-
usage of the INF adjustment lens, refer to the Service Bulletin ER ASSY.
No. YA-SB-10035.
• INF Adjustment Lens Holder 2 3
To be used together with the Camera stand for operating the 1 B.COVER ASSY

Videocamera in the stripped-down condition such as the sta-


tus without the exterior parts or for using commodities that are
not yet conformable to the interchangeable ring. For the usage
JIG
of the INF lens holder, refer to the Service Bulletin No. YA-SB- CONNECTOR
10035.
• Mini Stand
To be used together with the INF adjustment lens holder. For
the usage of the Mini stand, refer to the Service Bulletin No.
YA-SB-10035.
• Light Box Assembly
JIG CONNECTOR
To be used for adjustment of the camera system. For the CABLE
usage of the Light box assembly, refer to the Service Bulletin SERVICE
No. YA-SB-10035. SUPPORT
SYSTEM
• Gray Scale Chart
To be used for adjustment of the camera system. For the
usage of the INF adjustment lens, refer to the Service Bulletin RS232C
No. YA-SB-10035. COM PORT
MENU
• Color Bar Chart PC CABLE
To be used for adjustment of the camera system. For the or
usage of the INF adjustment lens, refer to the Service Bulletin
No. YA-SB-10035. COMMUNICATION PERSONAL COMPUTER
CABLE
• Focus Chart
To be used for adjustment of the camera system. For the COMMUNICATION
JIG CONNECTOR
usage of the INF adjustment lens, refer to the Service Bulletin CABLE
BLUE
No. YA-SB-10035. TO AL_2.8V
RED
• Service Support System TO IF_RX
WHITE
To be used for adjustment with a personal computer. Software TO IF_TX
BLACK
can be downloaded also from JS-net. TO GND

• Communication Cable
Connect the Communication cable between the PC cable and Fig.4-2-1
Jig connector cable when performing a PC adjustment.
• PC Cable
To be used to connect the Videocamera and a personal computer
with each other when a personal computer issued for adjustment. JIG CONNECTOR CABLE [YTU93106D]
• Jig Connector Cable 30 16

Connected to JIG CONNECTOR of the main board and used


for electrical adjustment, etc.
15 1

• Charging Battery Adjustment Jig


This Jig is used for the adjustment of the camcorders that have
Main Body battery charging function.
• IDE Adapter(YTU96041)
To be used for HDD test.
• IDE Adapter(YTU96043) Fig.4-2-2
To be used for HDD test.
• FPC Wire
To be used for connecting the HDD to the IDE adapter.

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„ Jig connector diagrams 4.3 IDE ADAPTER AND FPC WIRE
• IDE ADAPTER and FPC WIRE are used for HDD test.
JIG CONNECTOR CABLE (YTU93106D) Check with the NOTE, and then refer to the below figure (Fig.
4-3-1) for the connection procedure.
MAIN CN110 JIG CONN. BOARD
(PIN NO.) FPC WIRE
DSP_TDO
HDD
1 1 DSP_TDO
DSP_TCK 16 2 DSP_TMS
DSP_TMS 2 3 XDSPTRST
DSP_TDI 17 4 REG_2.83V
XDSPTRST 3 5 UATXDO
DSP_RST 18 6 IF_TX
REG_2.83V 4 7 MODO
UARXDO 19 8 OCD_SCL
UATXDO 5 9 CAPSENS_WR_L
AL_2.8V 20 10 OCD_SDA
IF_TX 6 11 NC
IF_RX 21 12 ISSP_DATA
MODO 7 13 JSEL1 IDE ADAPTER
SYS_RSTL 22 14 MVD Fig.4-3-1
OCD_SCL 8 15 GND <NOTE>
CAPSENS_DT 23 16 DSP_TCK
• During the procedure, be careful in handling the parts. Pay
CAPSENS_WR_L 9 17 DSP_TDI
special attention not to give any external shock to the HDD.
GND 24 18 DSP_RST
• There are two types of IDE ADAPTER (Model Number:
OCD_SDA 10 19 UARXDO
GND 25 20 AL_2.8V
YTU96041, YTU96043). Either type can be used.
NC 11 21 IF_RX • Using the FPC WIRE originally used with this unit will dam-
IRU 26 22 SYS_RSTL age the HDD.
ISSP_DATA 12 23 CAPSENS_DT Use the FPC WIRE (Model Number: YTU94165-40) to con-
JSEL0 27 24 GND nect the IDE ADAPTER and the HDD.
JSEL1 13 25 GND • When connecting the FPC WIRE (Model Number:
EXTRGO 28 26 IRU YTU94165-40) and the HDD, follow the instructions on the
MVD 14 27 JSEL0 label attached to the FPC WIRE.
KENTO 29 28 EXTRGO
Connecting the FPC WIRE upside-down will damage the
GND 15 29 KENTO
HDD.
KENTO2 30 30 KENTO2

Fig.4-2-3

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5.1
CABINET PARTS AND ELECTRICAL PARTS(1)
Symbol No. [1] [2] [3] [4] [5] [6] [7] [8] [9] [10] [11]
Removing order of screw 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 - 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 - 21 22 23
Place to stick screw - -
Reference drawing (Fig.No.) 3-2-1 3-2-3 3-2-4 3-2-5 3-2-6 3-2-7 3-2-8 3-2-9
SERVICE NOTE

3-2-2
Screw tightening torque a - a - a

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CABINET PARTS AND ELECTRICAL PARTS(2)
Symbol No. [12] [13] [14] [15] [16] [17] [18]
Removing order of screw 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39
Place to stick screw
Reference drawing (Fig.No.) 3-2-10 3-2-11 3-2-12 3-2-13 3-2-14-1 3-2-15

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Screw tightening torque a b a c

[14]OP BLOCK ASSY/CCD BOARD ASSY [18]MONITOR ASSY


Symbol No. [14] [18]
Removing order of screw 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 1 2 3 4 5
Place to stick screw
Reference drawing (Fig.No.) 3-2-16 3-2-17
Screw tightening torque d e a b a

2.3 CRADLE
SECTION 5

Symbol No. -
Removing order of screw 1 2 3 4
Place to stick screw
TROUBLE SHOOTING

Reference drawing (Fig.No.) 2-3-1


Screw tightening torque f

NOTE:
㧝)㧖and㧖㧖 (This mark shows where to attach the screws) : Do not reuse the screws because the screw lock bond was applied to prevent the screws from loosening.
Prepare the specified screws and use them in place of the removed screws.
㧞)Tightening torque for the screws
࡮There are setting limits of the torque value for the torque driver. If the value exceeds the setting value, take it as a rough measurement (reference value),
and tighten the screw manually.
࡮The specified torque value is a recommended value of the initial assembly. Therefore, set the value below the specified torque value in the assembling procedure.
Be careful not to break either the screws or the screw holes.

a㧦0.088N㨯m (0.9kgf㨯cm) ‫ޓ‬b㧦0.118N㨯m (1.2kgf㨯cm) ‫ޓ‬c㧦0.196N㨯m (2.0kgf㨯cm)


d㧦0.147N㨯m (1.5kgf㨯cm) ‫ޓ‬e㧦0.078N㨯m (0.8kgf㨯cm)‫ ޓ‬f㧦0.069N㨯m (0.7kgf㨯cm)
Victor Company of Japan, Limited
Camcorder Category 12, 3-chome, Moriya-cho, Kanagawa-ku, Yokohama-city, Kanagawa-prefecture, 221-8528, Japan

(No.YF226<Rev.002>)
Printed in Japan
VPT
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