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E6100
SERVICE MANUAL US Model
HBD-E2100/E3100
Ver. 1.7 2014.06 Canadian Model
Singapore Model
HBD-E2100/E3100/E4100/E6100

AEP Model
Taiwan Model
HBD-E2100/E4100/E6100

UK Model
HBD-E2100/E3100/E4100

Photo: HBD-E3100
Chinese Model
HBD-E4100/E6100

E Model
• HBD-E2100 is the amplifier, video, HDMI, BD/DVD/CD system, USB, LAN, HBD-E2100/E3100/E3200/E4100/E6100
wireless LAN, Bluetooth, NFC and FM tuner section in BDV-E2100.
• HBD-E3100 is the amplifier, video, HDMI, BD/DVD/CD system, USB,
wireless LAN, Bluetooth, NFC and FM tuner section in BDV-E3100.
LAN, Argentina Model
BDV-E2100/E4100
• HBD-E3200 is the amplifier, video, HDMI, BD/DVD/CD system, USB, LAN,
wireless LAN, Bluetooth, NFC and FM tuner section in BDV-E3200.
• HBD-E4100 is the amplifier, video, HDMI, BD/DVD/CD system, USB, LAN,
Australian Model
HBD-E2100/E6100
wireless LAN, Bluetooth, NFC and FM tuner section in BDV-E4100.
• HBD-E6100 is the amplifier, video, HDMI, BD/DVD/CD system, USB,
wireless LAN, Bluetooth, NFC and FM tuner section in BDV-E6100.
LAN, Russian Model
Saudi Arabia Model
Thai Model
Model Name Using Similar Mechanism BDP-S3100 HBD-E3100/E4100/E6100
Mechanism Type
Optical Pick-up Block Name
BPX-7
KEM480AAA
South African Model
HBD-E2100/E3100/E6100

PX Model
HBD-E2100

SPECIFICATIONS
Amplifier Section Center: 150 W (at 6 ohms, 1 kHz) Bluetooth Section
Subwoofer: 150 W (at 6 ohms, 80 Hz) Communication system Bluetooth Specification version 3.0
US model only:
Inputs (Analog) Output Bluetooth Specification Power Class 2
AUDIO POWER SPECIFICATIONS
AUDIO IN Sensitivity: 1 V/400 mV Maximum communication range
POWER OUTPUT AND TOTAL HARMONIC DISTORTION:
Inputs (Digital) Line of sight approx. 10 m 1)
(FTC)
TV (Audio Return Channel/OPTICAL) (except US, PX and Canadian models)
Front L + Front R: With 3 ohms loads, both channels driven, from
Supported formats: LPCM 2CH (up to 48 kHz), Line of sight approx. 10 m (33ft) 1)
180 Hz - 20,000 Hz;
Dolby Digital, DTS (US, PX and Canadian models)
rated 50 watts per channel
Frequency band 2.4 GHz band
minimum RMS power, with no more than 1% HDMI Section 2.4000 GHz - 2.4835 GHz
total harmonic distortion from 250 milliwatts to Connector Type A (19 pin) Modulation method FHSS (Freq Hopping Spread Spectrum)
rated output.
BD/DVD/CD System Compatible Bluetooth profiles 2)
BDV-E6100/BDV-E4100/BDV-E3100/BDV-E3200
Signal format system NTSC/PAL (except US, PX and Canadian models) A2DP 1.2 (Advanced Audio Distribution
BDV-E2100 (Except UK model):
NTSC (US, PX and Canadian models) Profile)
POWER OUTPUT (rated)
AVRCP 1.3 (Audio Video Remote Control
Front L/Front R: 75 W + 75 W (at 3 ohms, 1 kHz, 1% THD) USB Section Profile)
POWER OUTPUT (reference) (USB) port: Type A (For connecting USB memory, memory Supported Codecs 3)
SBC 4), AAC
Front L/Front R/Surround L/Surround R: card reader, digital still camera, and digital video Transmission range (A2DP)
125 W (per channel at 3 ohms, 1 kHz) camera) 20 Hz – 20,000 Hz (Sampling frequency
Center: 250 W (at 6 ohms, 1 kHz)
LAN Section 44.1 kHz, 48 kHz)
Subwoofer: 250 W (at 6 ohms, 80 Hz)
Inputs (Analog) LAN (100) terminal 100 BASE-TX Terminal 1)
The actual range will vary depending on factors such as obstacles
AUDIO IN Sensitivity: 1 V/400 mV Wireless LAN Section between devices, magnetic fields around a microwave oven, static
MIC 1/2 Sensitivity: 10 mV (Singapore model) Standards Compliance IEEE 802.11 b/g/n electricity, cordless phone, reception sensitivity, antenna’s perfor-
Inputs (Digital) Frequency and Channel US, Canadian, Argentina and Taiwan models: mance, operating system, software application, etc.
TV (Audio Return Channel/OPTICAL) 2.4 GHz band: channels 1–11
2)
Bluetooth standard profiles indicate the purpose of Bluetooth
Supported formats: LPCM 2CH Other models: communication between devices.
(up to 48 kHz), Dolby Digital, DTS 2.4 GHz band: channels 1–13
3)
Codec: Audio signal compression and conversion format
BDV-E2100 (UK model) Frequency band 2.4000 GHz - 2.4835 GHz
4)
Subband Codec
POWER OUTPUT (rated)
Front L/Front R: 75 W + 75 W (at 3 ohms, 1 kHz, 1% THD)

BLU-RAY DISC/DVD RECEIVER


POWER OUTPUT (reference)
Front L/Front R/Surround L/Surround R:
100 W (per channel at 3 ohms, 1 kHz)
Center: 200 W (at 6 ohms, 1 kHz)
Subwoofer: 200 W (at 6 ohms, 80 Hz)
BDV-E4100/ BDV-E6100 (Chinese model)
POWER OUTPUT
Front L/Front R/Surround L/Surround R:
75 W (per channel at 3 ohms, 1 kHz)

9-890-611-08
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HBD-E2100/E3100/E3200/E4100/E6100
Ver. 1.5

FM Tuner Section • Windows Media is either a registered trademark or trademark of Microsoft Corporation in the
System PLL quartz-locked digital synthesizer United States and/or other countries.
Tuning range 87.5 MHz - 108.0 MHz (50 kHz step) This product is protected by certain intellectual property rights of Microsoft Corporation. Use
(except US, PX and Canadian models) or distribution of such technology outside of this product is prohibited without a license from
87.5 MHz - 108.0 MHz (100 kHz step) Microsoft or an authorized Microsoft subsidiary.
(US, PX and Canadian models)
Content owners use Microsoft® PlayReady™ content access technology to protect their in-
Antenna (aerial) FM wire antenna (aerial)
tellectual property, including copyrighted content. This device uses PlayReady technology to
General access PlayReady-protected content and/or WMDRM-protected content. If the device fails to
Power requirements US and Canadian models:
properly enforce restrictions on content usage, content owners may require Microsoft to revoke
120 VAC, 60 Hz
Taiwan model: the device’s ability to consume PlayReady-protected content. Revocation should not affect un-
120 V AC, 50/60 Hz protected content or content protected by other content access technologies. Content owners may
Latin-American, 110 – 240 V AC area in require you to upgrade PlayReady to access their content. If you decline an upgrade, you will not
E model and PX models: be able to access content that requires the upgrade.
110 V – 240 V AC, 50/60 Hz • DLNA™, the DLNA Logo and DLNA CERTIFIED™ are trademarks, service marks, or certifi-
Saudi Arabia model: cation marks of the Digital Living Network Alliance.
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Other models: All rights reserved.
220 V – 240 V AC, 50/60 Hz
Power consumption On: 95 W
Standby: 0.3 W
Dimensions (w/h/d) (approx.)
430 mm × 50.5 mm × 296 mm
(17 in × 2 in × 11 ¾ in) incl. projecting parts
Mass (approx.) 2.7 kg (5 lb 16 oz)

Design and specifications are subject to change without notice. • All other trademarks are trademarks of their respective owners.
• Other system and product names are generally trademarks or registered trademarks of the manu-
facturers. ™ and ® marks are not indicated in this document.
• Standby power consumption: 0.3 W.
• Over 85% power efficiency of amplifier block is achieved with the full digital amplifier, S-Master.
End User License Information
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Alliance.
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• MPEG Layer-3 audio coding technology and patents licensed from Fraunhofer IIS and
Thomson.
• This product incorporates proprietary technology under license from Verance Corporation and
is protected by U.S. Patent 7,369,677 and other U.S. and worldwide patents issued and pending
as well as copyright and trade secret protection for certain aspects of such technology. Cinavia
is a trademark of Verance Corporation. Copyright 2004-2010 Verance Corporation. All rights
reserved by Verance. Reverse engineering or disassembly is prohibited.
ATTENTION AU COMPOSANT AYANT RAPPORT
À LA SÉCURITÉ!
SAFETY-RELATED COMPONENT WARNING!
LES COMPOSANTS IDENTIFIÉS PAR UNE MARQUE 0 SUR
COMPONENTS IDENTIFIED BY MARK 0 OR DOTTED LINE LES DIAGRAMMES SCHÉMATIQUES ET LA LISTE DES
WITH MARK 0 ON THE SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS AND IN PIÈCES SONT CRITIQUES POUR LA SÉCURITÉ DE FONC-
THE PARTS LIST ARE CRITICAL TO SAFE OPERATION. TIONNEMENT. NE REMPLACER CES COMPOSANTS QUE
REPLACE THESE COMPONENTS WITH SONY PARTS PAR DES PIÈCES SONY DONT LES NUMÉROS SONT DON-
WHOSE PART NUMBERS APPEAR AS SHOWN IN THIS NÉS DANS CE MANUEL OU DANS LES SUPPLÉMENTS
MANUAL OR IN SUPPLEMENTS PUBLISHED BY SONY. PUBLIÉS PAR SONY.

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SAFETY CHECK-OUT
After correcting the original service problem, perform the follow-
ing safety check before releasing the set to the customer:
Check the antenna terminals, metal trim, “metallized” knobs,
screws, and all other exposed metal parts for AC leakage.
Check leakage as described below.

LEAKAGE TEST
The AC leakage from any exposed metal part to earth ground and
from all exposed metal parts to any exposed metal part having a
return to chassis, must not exceed 0.5 mA (500 microamperes.).
Leakage current can be measured by any one of three methods.
1. A commercial leakage tester, such as the Simpson 229 or RCA
WT-540A. Follow the manufacturers’ instructions to use these
instruments.
2. A battery-operated AC milliammeter. The Data Precision 245
digital multimeter is suitable for this job.
3. Measuring the voltage drop across a resistor by means of a
VOM or battery-operated AC voltmeter. The “limit” indication
is 0.75 V, so analog meters must have an accurate low-voltage
scale. The Simpson 250 and Sanwa SH-63Trd are examples
of a passive VOM that is suitable. Nearly all battery operated
digital multimeters that have a 2 V AC range are suitable. (See
Fig. A)

To Exposed Metal
Parts on Set

AC
0.15 μF 1.5 kΩ voltmeter
(0.75 V)

Earth Ground
Fig. A. Using an AC voltmeter to check AC leakage.

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

1. SERVICING NOTES .............................................. 5 6-19. Printed Wiring Board - PANEL Board - ......................... 56
6-20. Schematic Diagram - PANEL Board - ............................ 57
2. DISASSEMBLY 6-21. Printed Wiring Board
2-1. Disassembly Flow ........................................................... 13 - KARAOKE Board (SP, RU) - ...................................... 58
2-2. How To Bend FFC .......................................................... 14 6-22. Schematic Diagram
2-3. Case ................................................................................. 15 - KARAOKE Board (SP, RU) - ...................................... 58
2-4. Panel Loading Assy ........................................................ 15 6-23. Printed Wiring Board - POWER KEY Board -............... 58
2-5. Front Panel Assy ............................................................. 16 6-24. Schematic Diagram - POWER KEY Board - ................. 58
2-6. BD Drive (BPX-7) .......................................................... 16
2-7. POWER KEY Board, WLAN/BT COMBO Card, 7. EXPLODED VIEWS
KARAOKE Board (SP, RU), PANEL Board .................. 17 7-1. Case Section .................................................................... 76
2-8. MB1002 Board ............................................................... 18 7-2. Front Panel Section ......................................................... 77
2-9. AMP Board ..................................................................... 18 7-3. Chassis Bottom Section .................................................. 78
2-10. SWITCHING REGULATOR (SWR1) ........................... 19 7-4. Chassis Section ............................................................... 80
2-11. Optical Pick-up Block (KEM480AAA), 7-5. BD Drive Section (BPX-7) ............................................. 81
Wire (Flat Type) .............................................................. 20
8. ELECTRICAL PARTS LIST .............................. 82
3. TEST MODE ............................................................. 21

4. ELECTRICAL CHECK .......................................... 32

5. TROUBLESHOOTING ........................................... 33

6. DIAGRAMS
6-1. Block Diagram - SERVO Section - ................................ 37
6-2. Block Diagram - MEMORY/HDMI Section - ................ 38
6-3. Block Diagram - MAIN Section -................................... 39
6-4. Block Diagram - AMP Section - ..................................... 40
6-5. Block Diagram - POWER SUPPLY Section - ................ 41
6-6. Printed Wiring Board
- MB1002 Board (Component Side) - ............................ 43
6-7. Printed Wiring Board
- MB1002 Board (Conductor Side) - .............................. 44
6-8. Schematic Diagram - MB1002 Board (1/6) - ................. 45
6-9. Schematic Diagram - MB1002 Board (2/6) - ................. 46
6-10. Schematic Diagram - MB1002 Board (3/6) - ................. 47
6-11. Schematic Diagram - MB1002 Board (4/6) - ................. 48
6-12. Schematic Diagram - MB1002 Board (5/6) - ................. 49
6-13. Schematic Diagram - MB1002 Board (6/6) - ................. 50
6-14. Printed Wiring Board
- AMP Board (Component Side) - .................................. 51
6-15. Printed Wiring Board
- AMP Board (Conductor Side) - .................................... 52
6-16. Schematic Diagram - AMP Board (1/3) - ....................... 53
6-17. Schematic Diagram - AMP Board (2/3) - ....................... 54
6-18. Schematic Diagram - AMP Board (3/3) - ....................... 55

NOTES ON CHIP COMPONENT REPLACEMENT


• Never reuse a disconnected chip component.
This appliance is classified as a
CLASS 1 LASER product. This • Notice that the minus side of a tantalum capacitor may be dam-
marking is located on the rear aged by heat.
This appliance is classified as a exterior.
CLASS 3R LASER product. The nameplate is located on the FLEXIBLE CIRCUIT BOARD REPAIRING
Visible and invisible laser radiation bottom exterior. • Keep the temperature of soldering iron around 270 °C during
is emitted when the laser protective repairing.
housing is opened, so be sure to • Do not touch the soldering iron on the same conductor of the
avoid direct eye exposure.
circuit board (within 3 times).
This marking is located on the laser
protective housing inside the
• Be careful not to apply force on the conductor when soldering
enclosure. or unsoldering.

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SECTION 1 Ver. 1.5
SERVICING NOTES
NOTE OF REPLACING THE IC101, IC102, IC103,
NOTES ON HANDLING THE OPTICAL PICK-UP
IC203, IC204, IC601, IC706, IC801 AND IC1001 ON
BLOCK OR BASE UNIT
THE MB1002 BOARD
The laser diode in the optical pick-up block may suffer electro- IC101, IC102, IC103, IC203, IC204, IC601, IC706, IC801 and
static break-down because of the potential difference generated by IC1001 on the MB1002 board cannot exchange with single. When
the charged electrostatic load, etc. on clothing and the human body. these parts on the MB1002 board are damaged, exchange the entire
During repair, pay attention to electrostatic break-down and also mounted board.
use the procedure in the printed matter which is included in the
repair parts. NOTE OF REPLACING THE IC102 AND IC103 ON
The flexible board is easily damaged and should be handled with THE MB1002 BOARD
care. Replacement of IC102 and IC103 on the MB1002 board used in
this unit requires a special tool.
NOTES ON LASER DIODE EMISSION CHECK TEST DISC
The laser beam on this model is concentrated so as to be focused
on the disc reflective surface by the objective lens in the optical Part No. Description Layer
pickup block. Therefore, when checking the laser diode emission, J-6090-199-A BLX-104 Single Layer
observe from more than 30 cm away from the objective lens. J-6090-200-A BLX-204 Dual Layer
J-2501-307-A CD (HLX-A1)
UNLEADED SOLDER
J-2501-305-A HLX-513 Single Layer (NTSC)
Boards requiring use of unleaded solder are printed with the lead-
free mark (LF) indicating the solder contains no lead. J-2501-306-A HLX-514 Dual Layer (NTSC)
(Caution: Some printed circuit boards may not come printed with J-6090-077-A HLX-506 Single Layer (PAL)
the lead free mark due to their particular size) J-6090-078-A HLX-507 Dual Layer (PAL)

: LEAD FREE MARK Note: Refer to the service manual of BDP-BX1/S350 (Part No. 9-883-
989-1[]) (page 1-3 to 1-14E) for the use of BLX-104/204.
Unleaded solder has the following characteristics.
• Unleaded solder melts at a temperature about 40 °C higher
Operation and Display:
than ordinary solder.
Ordinary soldering irons can be used but the iron tip has to be
1. BLX-104
applied to the solder joint for a slightly longer time.
Procedure:
Soldering irons using a temperature regulator should be set to
1. Select 23.976Hz/1080p.
about 350 °C.
2. Play “4.Motion picture”.
Caution: The printed pattern (copper foil) may peel away if
3. Check whether player can play back or not.
the heated tip is applied for too long, so be careful!
4. Check each outputs.
• Strong viscosity
Video:
Unleaded solder is more viscous (sticky, less prone to flow)
Composite/S Video/component/HDMI.
than ordinary solder so use caution not to let solder bridges
Audio:
occur such as on IC pins, etc.
Speaker out.
• Usable with ordinary solder
* When 1080/24p monitor is nothing, 1080i (59.94Hz or 50Hz)
It is best to use only unleaded solder but unleaded solder may
can use instead of 1080/24p.
also be added to ordinary solder.
However this is temporary correspondence.
RELEASING THE DISC TRAY LOCK
2. BLX-204
The disc tray lock function for the antitheft of an demonstration
Procedure:
disc in the store is equipped.
1. Select 1080i (59.94Hz or 50Hz).
2. Play “4.Motion picture”.
Releasing Procedure:
3. Check whether player can play back or not (Check the picture
1. Press the [?/1] button to turn on the system.
and sound output).
2. Touch the [FUNCTION] sensor to select “BD/DVD”.
3. Touch the [x] and [Z] sensors simultaneously and hold down
3. CD (HLX-A1)
until “D. OFF” displayed on the fluorescent indicator tube
Procedure:
(around 5 seconds).
Check whether player can play back or not (Check the sound out-
Note: When “D. LOCK” is displayed, the disc tray lock is not released by
put).
turning power on/off with the [?/1] button.
4. HLX-513/514 (NTSC), HLX-506/507 (PAL)
ABOUT THE LENS CLEANING Procedure:
Do not do the lens cleaning with the cotton bud etc. It causes the 1. After displayed Main Menu, select “1.Video Signal”.
trouble. 2. Play “1.Color bar 100%” (Check the picture and sound out-
put).
3. Return to Menu.
4. Play “Demonstration 4:3” or “Demonstration 16:9” (Check the
picture and sound output).

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NOTE OF REPLACING THE OPTICAL DEVICE 1-3. Barcode decoder (BDPRdec)


(KEM480AAA) OR MB1002 BOARD Jig name : BDPRdec.exe
Release : 2011.8.25
The password will be supplied to only service HQ, and
Version : 3.0.0.0
service center name, q’ty and all of software registered
Software contents :
information should be maintained by service HQ, and
• BDPRdec.exe : Barcode decoder software
Audio will ask to report the registration information.
• SavePath.ini : Decoded file destination setting file (Ini-
Optical device (KEM480AAA) for BD requires precise read out tial destination is “C:\BD\BuData.txt”)
functions and secure contents protection system for more than past • TasmanBars.dll : Decode dll
DVD/CD. • Uninst.exe : Uninstall the “BDPRdec.exe” from PC
Therefore, in the case repaired as follows, the writing work of the
OP data is necessary. Install procedure:
1. Unzip the barcode decoder files to any PC folder.
• When the optical device (KEM480AAA) is replaced (The 2. Check the attached 2D code photo (OK_sample.JPG) drag &
MB1002 board doesn’t replace). drop onto “BDPRdec.exe”.
• When both the optical device (KEM480AAA) and MB1002 When the barcode decoder is used for the first time, the pass-
board are replaced. word is necessary. It is unnecessary since the second times.
• When the MB1002 board is replaced (The optical device
(KEM480AAA) doesn’t replace) (In this case, do the work of Note 1: The password will be supplied to only service headquarters, and
“3. Optical device (KEM480AAA) replacement” other than service center name/q’ty/all of software registered information
the replacement of new optical device). should be maintained by service headquarters.
Note 2: Do not change the decoded file name “BuData.txt”.
Note: The servo adjustment is done while writing the OP data. The manual
adjustment is unnecessary. 3. When “.NET frame work requirements” is displayed, down-
LD ON TIME history doesn’t carry over. load following applications from Microsoft download site.
Do not touch any optical block parts, turn table and during replac-
ing. BD laser diode is very sensitive. • Microsoft .NET Framework Version 2.0 Redistributable Pack-
age (x86)
1. Preparation http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?displaylan
1-1. ESD Countermeasure g=en&FamilyID=0856eacb-4362-4b0d-8edd-aab15c5e04f5
It is necessary to confirm the state of static electricity in the work
space before the repair is started. • Microsoft .NET Framework 2.0 Service Pack 1 (x86)
The static electricity resistance of the BD laser is weaker than that http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?displaylan
of the DVD/CD laser. g=en&FamilyID=79bc3b77-e02c-4ad3-aacf-a7633f706ba5
Do work space and worker’s ESD countermeasures to prevent de-
struction by ESD. How to use:
Case 1 Drag & drop 2D code photo onto “BDPRdec.exe”.
1-2. Jig Case 2 Drag & drop BU data file onto “BDPRdec.exe”.
• Digital camera (Recommend with macro mode) Data file name be changed to specify format and end of
• USB memory 7 character are defined.
• PC You can also enter the file path at the prompt.
• Barcode decoder (Refer to “1-3. Barcode decoder
(BDPRdec)”)

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Ver. 1.5

2. Pass-fail judgment of the optical device (KEM480AAA)


Perform pass-fail judgment to judge whether the repair of the optical device (KEM480AAA) is necessary.

2-1. Flow of drive section check

Confirm whether Confirm whether the Confirm F201, F202,


BD (BLX-104) can be NO NO F203 on the MB1002
drive voltage is the
reproduced following values board, and replace it
Q205 pin 1 : 12 V when it is open.
YES Q206 pin 1 : 5 V

YES

Confirm OP FFC cable Confirm whether the Replace the


(Part No. 1-846-347-11) NO optical device IOP NO optical device
and SPD FFC cable is normal in the (KEM480AAA)
(Part No. 1-846-349-61), service mode (Refer to “3. Optical
and replace it when it (Refer to “2-2. Flow device (KEM480AAA)
has been damaged of optical device replacement”)
IOP check”)
Then, confirm whether
this unit operates
normally

YES

OK
Confirm whether
DVD (HLX-513)/ NO
CD (HLX-A1) can be
reproduced

Note: Refer to “2-11. OPTICAL PICK-UP BLOCK (KEM480AAA), WIRE (FLAT TYPE)” (page 20) about how to remove the COVER, DRIVE.

2-2. Flow of optical device IOP check

Turn the power on, Confirm whether Replace the


and change function value is the NO optical device
to “BD/DVD” specification value (Refer to “3. Optical
device (KEM480AAA)
Specification value: replacement”)
BD: ±6 mA
Press the buttons on DVD/CD: ±9 mA
the remote commander
in order of [DISPLAY], YES
[0], [2], [1] [SUBTITLE],
and enter the service OK
mode

Press the buttons on


the remote commander
in order of [8], [7], [3],
[ ], and the
dIOP value is displayed

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Ver. 1.5

3. Optical device (KEM480AAA) replacement


Flow of replacement:
Note: The photo in flow is an image.

Save the text data


to USB memory
Barcode label on (memory capacity
new optical device need not be 8GB)
(KEM480AAA)
bottom side
Connect USB memory
with front USB connector
on this unit, and read the
text data by the service mode

Take photo (JPEG)


by digital camera

Change photo into


the text data with
the barcode decoder

Procedure: – Front view –


1. Remove the INSULATOR (4 pieces) and broken optical de- (E2100) (E3100/E4100/E6100)
vice (KEM480AAA) from LOADING ASSY. \/1 \/1

2. Take photo of the barcode on new optical device


(KEM480AAA) bottom side by digital camera.

Front USB connector Front USB connector

7. Press the [FUNCTION] button on the remote commander to


select “BD/DVD”.
8. Press the buttons on the remote commander in order of
[DISPLAY], [0], [2], [1], [SUBTITLE], and enter the service
mode.
9. Press the buttons on the remote commander in order of [8], [1],
3. Assemble the INSULATOR (4 pieces) to new optical device [ENTER], and execute “[1] Drive OP data Write”. BDV must
(KEM480AAA), fix (Torque value: 2 kgf) it to LOADING select Mode 1.
ASSY with screw, and assemble this unit. 10. Turn the power off after writing the OP data.
4. Drag & drop the taken photo by step 2 to “BDPRdec.exe”, and 11. Turn the power on, and enter the service mode again.
make the text data (File name: BuData.txt). 12. Press the buttons on the remote commander in order of [8], [7],
5. Save the text data to USB memory. [3], [ENTER], and the dIOP value is displayed.
6. Connect USB memory with front USB connector on this unit, 13. Confirm value is the following specification value, and turn the
and turn the power on. power off.

Specification value:
BD : 6 mA
DVD/CD : 9 mA

14. Turn the power on, confirm playback performance of the BD


(BLX-104)/DVD (HLX-514)/CD (HLX-A1).
15. Completely assemble this unit, and complete the repair.

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Ver. 1.5

NOTE OF REPLACING MB1002 BOARD OR WLAN/ NOTE THE BD DRIVE (BPX-7) PARTS REPLACING
BT COMBO CARD The mechanism blocks except optical device of BD drive (BPX-7)
When the MB1002 board or WLAN/BT COMBO card are re- are chiefly composed of the following parts.
placed, please execute the below service mode. • HOLDER, CHUCK ASSY
1. Please update FW to M16.R.157 • LOADING ASSY
2. Whenever replace MB1002 board or WLAN/BT COMBO • COVER, DRIVE
CARD please execute “Reset to Factory Default Settings”
from XMB. These parts are produced by two venders, it is not compatible.
Procedure: Therefore, HOLDER, CHUCK ASSY and LOADING ASSY
[Home menu  Setup  Resetting  Reset to Factory Default are supplied by one pair as repair parts. Please exchange both
Settings  All Settings] HOLDER, CHUCK ASSY and LOADING ASSY at the same
Next, go to service menu and execute “(1) Bluetooth Enable” and time.
“(3) Write Bluetooth device address to Registry”.
Finally check one touch NFC listening function at normal power COVER, DRIVE need not be exchanged at the same time.
on.
Note 1: The laser caution label is not pasted to LOADING FOR SER-
Note: The operation in this mode must use a remote commander VICE. Please peel off an original laser caution label, and paste
and TV monitor. it to LOADING FOR SERVICE when you use LOADING FOR
SERVICE.
1. Connect this unit with TV monitor. LABEL, LASER CAUTION
2. Press the (\/1) button to turn the power on.
3. Press button in order of the [DISPLAY]  [0]  [2]  [1]  LOADING FOR SERVICE
[SUBTITLE] on the remote commander.
(Make the interval when each button is pressed within two
seconds) HOLDER, CHUCK ASSY
4. Enter the BD service mode. The OSD menu on TV monitor can
be operated by remote commander.
5. Press [m] and Enter Diag.
6. Press [,] and Enter Bluetooth Device Test (Screen 1).
7. Enter (1) Bluetooth Enable, wait until the display show
“ Status : Bluetooth Enable Successful ” (Screen 2). LOADING ASSY
8. Enter (3) Write Bluetooth device address to Registry, wait until
the display show “Bluetooth Device Address” and “Status :
Write Successfull” (Screen 3).
9. Enter [RETURN] to the selection of test category.
(Screen 1)
Diag

Category: Bluetooth Device Test

Diag
COVER, DRIVE
Category: Bluetooth Device Test
[1] Bluetooth Enable
[2] Bluetooth Disable ‡/LPLWVDPSOHLQVWDWHRIODVHUFDXWLRQODEHO
[3] Write Bluetooth device address to Registry Note 2: If laser caution label is a condition of the figure below,
[4] Bluetooth Inquiry Test
it is acceptable.

Status : Bluetooth Enable Successful!

(Screen 2) HELP: [UP][DOWN][ENT][RET]

(Screen 3)
Diag

Category: Bluetooth Device Test


[1] Bluetooth Enable
[2] Bluetooth Disable
[3] Write Bluetooth device address to Registry
[4] Bluetooth Inquiry Test

Bluetooth device address : 00:01:36:23:FD:CF


Status : Write Successful!

HELP: [UP][DOWN][ENT][RET]

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HBD-E2100/E3100/E3200/E4100/E6100
Ver. 1.5

MODEL IDENTIFICATION NOTE OF REPLACING THE IC3102 AND IC3302 ON


- Rear view - THE AMP BOARD AND THE COMPLETE AMP BOARD
When IC3102 and IC3302 on the AMP board and the complete
Part No. AMP board are replaced, it is necessary to spread the compound
(GREASE (G-747)) 1KG) (Part No. 7-640-004-33 ) between parts
Model Part No. and heat sink.
Spread the compound referring to the figure below.
E2100 4-438-896-0[]
E3100 4-438-896-1[] – AMP Board (Component Side) –
E4100 4-438-896-2[]
E6100 4-438-896-3[]
E3200 4-438-896-6[]

CAPACITOR ELECTRICAL DISCHARGE PROCESSING


When checking the board, the electrical discharge is necessary for
the electric shock prevention.
Connect the resistor to both ends of respective capacitors. IC3302 IC3102

• Switching regulator
C207, C201, C402, C503, C504

– SWITCHING REGULATOR (Conductor Side) –

C402

C504 C503
C201
C207

IC3302 IC3102

(To both ends of each capacitor)

800 :/2 W

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HBD-E2100/E3100/E3200/E4100/E6100
Ver. 1.5

CHECKING METHOD OF NETWORK OPERATION 2. Checking method of wired LAN operation


It is necessary to check the network operation, when replacing the Check that access point is recognized surely.
MB1002 board. Check the operation of wireless and wired LAN,
according to the following method. Procedure:
1. Connect the main unit to the router or the hub, etc. with the
1. Checking Method of Wireless LAN Operation LAN cable.
Check that access point is recognized surely. 2. Press the [HOME] button on the remote commander to enter
the home menu.
Necessary Equipment: 3. Press the [m]/[M]/[<]/[,] buttons on the remote commander
Wireless access point with router function (AP) to select “Network Settings”“Internet Settings”, and press
the [ ] button on the remote commander.
Procedure: 4. Press the [m]/[M] buttons on the remote commander to select
1. Press the [HOME] button on the remote commander to enter “Wired Setup”, and press the [ ] button on the remote com-
the home menu. mander.
2. Press the [m]/[M]/[<]/[,] buttons on the remote command- 5. Press the [m]/[M] buttons on the remote commander to select
er to select “Network Settings”“Internet Settings”, and press “Auto”, and press the [ ] button on the remote commander.
the [ ] button on the remote commander. 6. Press the [,] button on the remote commander.
3. Press the [m]/[M] buttons on the remote commander to select 7. Press the [m]/[M] buttons on the remote commander to select
“Wireless Setup (built-in)”, and press the [ ] button on the “Save & Connect”, and press the [ ] button on the remote
remote commander. commander.
4. The system starts searching for access points, and displays a 8. When “Internet Settings is now complete.” appears, then press
list of up available network name (SSID). the [ ] button on the remote commander.
5. Check that access point (SSID) is displayed on the searching 9. Press the [HOME] button on the remote commander to enter
result. the home menu.
Note: Refer to the instruction manual about details of the setting method. 10. Press the [m]/[M]/[<]/[,] buttons on the remote commander
to select “Network Settings”“Network Connection Diagnostics”,
and press the [ ] button on the remote commander.
11. Press the [<]/[,] buttons on the remote commander to se-
lect “IPV4” or “IPV6”, and press [ ] button on the remote
commander.
12. Press the [<]/[,] buttons on the remote commander to
select “Start”, and press the [ ] button on the remote com-
mander.
13. Check that IP address can be acquired.
Note: Refer to the instruction manual about details of the setting method.

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Ver. 1.7

HOW TO OPEN THE TRAY WHEN POWER SWITCH TURN OFF


Note 1: After the case is removed, this work is done.
Note 2: Please prepare the thin wire (clip etc. processed to the length of 8 cm or more).

1 Remove the case.


(Illustration of disassembly is omitted.)

hole
– Side view –

Insert the clip etc.


processed to the tray
BD drive
length of 8 cm or
more in the hole
on the side of the
chassis and push. 3

2 Insert the clip etc.


8 cm or more

tray

Note: Push after it inserts it in this hole well.


– Top view –

SERVICE POSITION
MB1002 board

BD drive (BPX-7)
AMP board

switching regulator (SWR1)


(3L392W-1) (US, CND, AEP, UK,
SAF, SP, TW, AUS,
TH, CH)
(3L392W) (E3, E51, PX, EA, E12,
POWER KEY board E32, RU, MX6, AR)

RC-S801/A (WW)

• Abbreviation
AR : Argentina model
card, WLAN/BT COMBO
AUS : Australian model
CH : Chinese model
CND : Canadian model
E3 : 240 V AC area in E model
PANEL board E12 : 220 – 240 V AC area in E model
KARAOKE board E32 : 110 – 240 V AC area in E model
(SP, RU) E51 : Chilean and Peruvian models
EA : Saudi Arabia model
NON-KARAOKE board
MX6 : Latin-American model
(EXCEPT SP, RU)
PX : PX model
RU : Russian model
SAF : South African model
SP : Singapore model
TH : Thai model
TW : Taiwan model

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HBD-E2100/E3100/E3200/E4100/E6100
SECTION 2 Ver. 1.5
DISASSEMBLY
• This set can be disassembled in the order shown below.

2-1. DISASSEMBLY FLOW

SET 2-2. HOW TO BEND FFC


(Page 14)

2-3. CASE
(Page 15)

2-4. PANEL LOADING ASSY


(Page 15)

2-5. FRONT PANEL ASSY


(Page 16)

2-6. BD DRIVE (BPX-7)


(Page 16)

2-7. POWER KEY BOARD, WLAN/BT COMBO CARD,


KARAOKE BOARD (SP, RU), PANEL BOARD
(Page 17)

2-8. MB1002 BOARD


(Page 18)

2-9. AMP BOARD


(Page 18)

2-10. SWITCHING REGULATOR (SWR1)


(Page 19)

2-11. OPTICAL PICK-UP BLOCK (KEM480AAA),


WIRE (FLAT TYPE)
(Page 20)

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Ver. 1.5

2-2. HOW TO BEND FFC


: Mountain fold
: Valley fold

wire (flat type) (8 core), length 260 mm (Ref. No. 52)


40 mm 220 mm
RC-S801/A MB1002
(WW) 45º
(CN806)
The upper side The upper side
is contact side. is contact side.

wire (flat type) (15 core), length 300 mm (Ref. No. 57) (EXCEPT SP, RU)
25 mm 235 mm 18 mm 22 mm
MB1002 board 45º 45º PANEL board
(CN805) (CN02)
The upper side The upper side
is contact side. is contact side.

wire (flat type) (21 core), length 305 mm (Ref. No. 57) (SP, RU)
30 mm 235 mm 10 mm 20 mm
MB1002 board 45º 45º PANEL board
(CN803) (CN01)

The upper side The upper side


is contact side. is contact side.

wire (flat type) (24 core), length 105 mm (Ref. No. 105)
105 mm

MB1002 board AMP board


(CN707) (CN3505)

The upper side The upper side


is contact side. is contact side.

wire (flat type) (9 core), length 252 mm (Ref. No. 206)


29 mm 78 mm 21 mm 12 mm 110 mm
MB1002 board BD drive
45º 45º 45º
(CN660) (BPX-7)
The lower side The lower side
39 mm 12 mm 120 mm
is contact side. is contact side.
97 mm

flexible flat cable (45 core), length 231 mm (Ref. No. 207)
163 mm
19 mm 49 mm 101 mm 62 mm

45º 45º
MB1002 board BD drive
(CN501) (BPX-7)
The upper side The upper side
is contact side. 42 mm is contact side.
91 mm

wire (flat type) (5 core), length 276 mm (Ref. No. 208)


33 mm 46 mm 58 mm 139 mm
MB1002 board BD drive
(CN670) 45º 45º 45º (BPX-7)
The lower side The lower side
is contact side. 39 mm 133 mm is contact side.
85 mm
143 mm

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Ver. 1.5

Note: Follow the disassembly procedure in the numerical order given.

2-3. CASE

1 four screws (+BV3 (3-CR))

7 case

5
4
A
3 five claws

2 four screws (+BV3 (3-CR))

2-4. PANEL LOADING ASSY

4 panel loading assy

hole
– Side view –

Insert the clip etc.


processed to the
BD drive
length of 8 cm or
more in the hole
on the side of the 3 four claws
chassis and push. 2

1 Insert the clip etc.


8 cm or more

tray

Note: Push after it inserts it in this hole well.


– Top view –

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Ver. 1.5

2-5. FRONT PANEL ASSY

• Abbreviation
‡:LUHVHWWLQJ
RU : Russian model
switching regulator (SWR1) SP : Singapore model
MB1002 board

front side

1 wire (flat type) (8 core)


(CN806)

(E2100) (E3100/E4100/E6100)
3 three claws 3 three claws

4 front panel assy

2 four claws 2 four claws

(SP) 6358
4 front panel assy

2-6. BD DRIVE (BPX-7)

3 wire (flat type)


(5 core) (CN670) 2 wire (flat type)
(9 core) (CN660)
7 sheet, sound

4 four screws
(+BV3 (3-CR))
1 flexible flat cable (45 core) (CN501)

8 BD drive BPX-7

5 boss
Note: When you install the BD
drive (BPX-7), please match 6
the position of the boss two
places.

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Ver. 1.5

2-7. POWER KEY BOARD, WLAN/BT COMBO CARD, KARAOKE BOARD (SP, RU), PANEL BOARD

‡:LUHVHWWLQJ
switching regulator (SWR1)

front side
‡:LUHVHWWLQJ

front side MB1002 board

harness USB MB1002 board

7 wire (flat type) (21 core) (CN01)


(SP, RU)
wire (flat type) (15 core) (CN02)
(EXCEPT SP, RU)
switching regulator (SWR1)
4 CN404 (5P)
1 CN804 (2P)

3 POWER KEY board

2 one screw
(+BV3 (3-CR))

5 one screw
(+BV3 (3-CR)) G
D
F 9 harness (USB) CN51 (5P)
6 card, WLAN/BT COMBO
E

(SP, RU)
D
8 CN03 (6P)
‡:LUHVHWWLQJ F
switching regulator (SWR1) E
front side
0 two screws qs one screw
(+BV3 (3-CR)) (+BV3 (3-CR))

qa PANEL board
G qd KARAOKE board

(EXCEPT SP, RU)


D

MB1002 board F

E
qa PANEL board

• Abbreviation 0 two screws


RU : Russian model (+BV3 (3-CR))
SP : Singapore model
qf NON-KARAOKE board
Note: When replacing the WLAN/BT COMBO card, refer to
“CHECKING METHOD OF NETWORK OPERATION”
(page 11).

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Ver. 1.5

2-8. MB1002 BOARD

5 five screws
(+BV3 (3-CR))

8 MB1002 board
6 one screw
(+BV3 (3-CR))

7 one screw
(+B 3 u5)

1 CN201 (2P)
2 tape
3 wire (flat type)
(24 core) (CN707)

4 CN202 (8P)

2-9. AMP BOARD

‡:LUHVHWWLQJ
switching regulator (SWR1)

AMP board

rear side

4 three screws
(+BV3 (3-CR))

3 four screws 5 heat sink (AMP 5.1CH)


(+BV3 (3-CR))

1 CN101 (4P)

2 CN4 (2P)
7 AMP board

6 two screws
(+BV3 (3-CR))

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Ver. 1.7

2-10. SWITCHING REGULATOR (SWR1)

2 five screws
(+BV3 (3-CR))

5 switching regulator (SWR1)


(3L392W-1) (US, CND, AEP, UK, SAF, SP, TW, AUS, TH, CH)
(3L392W) (E3, E51, PX, EA, E12, E32, RU, MX6, AR)

3 four claws

4 insulation, bottom

1 CN1 (2P)
‡3RZHUFRUGVHWWLQJ
rear side

switching regulator (SWR1)

• Abbreviation
AR : Argentina model
AUS : Australian model
CH : Chinese model
CND : Canadian model
E3 : 240 V AC area in E model
E12 : 220 – 240 V AC area in E model
E32 : 110 – 240 V AC area in E model
E51 : Chilean and Peruvian models
EA : Saudi Arabia model
MX6 : Latin-American model
PX : PX model
RU : Russian model
SAF : South African model
SP : Singapore model
TH : Thai model
TW : Taiwan model

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Ver. 1.5

2-11. OPTICAL PICK-UP BLOCK (KEM480AAA), WIRE (FLAT TYPE)

3 holder, chuck assy (T)


1 four claws
2 two claws

0 insulator
6 two screws (S), float qa device, optical KEM480AAA
qs tape, non-halogene qf tape, FFC

qd wire (flat type) qg flexible flat cable


0 insulator (5 core) (45 core)
0 insulator 9

8
7

4 Insert the thin qk cover, drive


wire (clip etc.).

qh wire (flat type)


qj (9 core)

5 loading assy (T)

– Bottom view –

‡,QVWDOODWLRQRIIOH[LEOHIODWFDEOH FRUH ZLUH IODWW\SH  FRUH DQGZLUH IODWW\SH  FRUH


Note: This illustration sees the loading assy (T) from bottom side.

3 wire (flat type) (9 core) 1 flexible flat cable (45 core)

4 Through the hole


Fold

2 Through the hole

5 tape, FFC
9 cover, drive
7 tape, non-halogene

8
terminal face
6 wire (flat type)
terminal face (5 core)
Fold

loading assy (T)


Under the
guide

Under the guide


(Fold area)

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HBD-E2100/E3100/E3200/E4100/E6100
SECTION 3 Ver. 1.5
TEST MODE
COLD RESET FACTORY INITIALIZE
The cold reset clears certain data in this system without initialize Return all of the unit setting to their factory defaults.
Personal Information and some BD operation data. Execute this Note 1: Disconnect the following connections when you use this mode.
mode when returning the unit to the customers.  USB
Procedure:  LAN
Note 2: The operation in this mode must use a remote commander and TV
1. Press the [?/1] button to turn the power on.
monitor.
2. Press the [x] and [VOL –] buttons simultaneously and hold
down (around 5 seconds).
Procedure:
3. The message “WAIT” appears then “RESET” appears on fluo-
1. Press the [?/1] button to turn the power on.
rescent indicator tube, then becomes standby states.
2. Press the [HOME] button on the remote commander, and the
home menu is displayed.
DEMO MODE
3. Select “Setup”  “Resetting”, and press the [ ] button on the
This mode let you lock the disc tray. When this mode is activated,
remote commander.
the disc will not eject when the [Z] button is pressed. The message
“D. LOCK” will be displayed on the fluorescent indicator tube.
Procedure:
1. Press the [?/1] button to turn the power on. Easy Network Settings
2. Press the [FUNCTION] button to select the “BD/DVD”.
3. Insert a disc.
4. During stop condition, press the [x] and [Z] buttons
simultaneously and hold down (around 5 seconds) until
“D. LOCK” displayed on the fluorescent indicator tube.

Releasing method: Resetting


Press the [x] and [Z] buttons simultaneously and hold down
(around 5 seconds) until “D. OFF” displayed on the fluorescent
indicator tube.

PANEL TEST
4. Select “Initialize Personal Information”, and press the [ ]
Procedure:
button on the remote commander.
1. Press the [?/1] button to turn the power on.
2. Press button in order of the [DISPLAY] [0] [0] [1]
[SUBTITLE] on the remote commander (Make the interval
when each button is pressed within two seconds).
3. All segments in fluorescent indicator tube are lighted up. And
half segments in fluorescent indicator tube are lighted up, oth-
ers half segments in fluorescent indicator tube are lighted up,
then all segments in fluorescent indicator tube are lighted up. Reset to Factory Default Settings
This operation is repeated.
4. In the state of step 3, press the [VOL +] button on the remote
Initialize Personal Information
commander and model information is displayed on the fluores-
Delete personal data when disposing
cent indicator tube.
Each time the [VOL +] button on the remote commander is
pressed, the display changes from destination information,
STR version, special mode in this order, and returns to the
model information display.
5. Select “OK”, and press the [ ] button on the remote com-
5. In the state of step 3, press the [FUNCTION] button on the
mander.
remote commander and “K 0” is displayed on the fluorescent
indicator tube.
“K 0” value increases whenever a button or sensor on the unit Initialize Personal Information
is pressed. However, once a button or sensor has been pressed,
it is no longed taken into account. The information below will be deleted.
All button and sensors on the unit are pressed, “OK” and “K 9” Do you want to proceed?
are alternately displayed on the fluorescent indicator tube. - Playback history
- Internet video utilization information
Releasing method:
To release from this mode, press the [?/1] button.
OK Cancel

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Ver. 1.5

6. The message “Close” appears, and press the [ ] button on the BD SERVICE MODE
remote commander. Note: The operation in this mode must use a remote commander and TV
monitor.

Initialize Personal Information


Setting method of the BD service mode:
1. Connect this unit with TV monitor.
2. Press the [?/1] button to turn the power on.
Initialization complete. 3. Press button in order of the [DISPLAY] [0] [2] [1] 
[SUBTITLE] on the remote commander. (Make the interval
when each button is pressed within two seconds)
4. Enter the BD service mode. The OSD menu on TV monitor
Close
can be operated by remote commander.

1. Main Functions
• Diag
Performs unit test of devices installed on the board.
• Log
7. Select “Reset to Factory Default Settings”, and press the [ ] Error log is displayed. Displayed contents can also be saved in
button on the remote commander. an USB memory device.
• Factory Initialize
Restores the unit to its factory settings.
• Network
Checks the wired network connection.
• Version Up
• System Information
Reset to Factory Default Settings Displays the system information of the unit.
Restore each setting to the factory d Displays information such as the software version, drive infor-
mation, etc.
• EMC Test Mode
Initialize Personal Information
Not used.
• Drive
Write drive OP data and check drive.
• HDD Mode
Not used.
8. Select “All Settings”, and press the [ ] button on the remote
commander.

Reset to Factory Default Settings

Screen Settings
Audio Settings
BD/DVD Viewing Settings
Parental Control Settings
System Settings
Network Settings
All Settings

9. Select “Start”, and press the [ ] button on the remote com-


mander.

All Settings

Restore all settings to the factory default


settings. The system will turn off after
reset.

Start Cancel

10. Initialization ends when the message “HELLO” on the


fluorescent indicator tube disappears.

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Ver. 1.5

2. Menu Tree

Service
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[3]
[3] Factory
FactoryInitialize
Initialize
[4]
[4] Network
Network
[5]
[5] Version
Version Up
Up Video Test
[6]
[6] System
System Information
Information ‡Video output test
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[8] Drive
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‡Displays system information

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‡Write drive OP data and check drive

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HBD-E2100/E3100/E3200/E4100/E6100
Ver. 1.5

3. Service Mode Menu (Top Menu)


This is the top menu of service mode. Diag
Each function is accessed from this screen. Category: Device Test
Operation:
[1] Moves to Diag screen
[2] Moves to Log screen Diag

[3] Moves to Factory Initialize screen Category: Device Test


[4] Moves to Network screen Device: USB Host
[5] Moves to Version Up (DISC version update) screen
[6] Moves to System Information screen Front USB Media check ... OK
[7] Moves to EMC test mode screen (Not used)
Checking...
[8] Moves to Drive screen
[9] Moves to HDD mode (Not used) (Screen 1)
[M]/[m] Moves the cursor
[ ] Moves to the screen of the item selected with the cursor

HELP: [RIGHT] [UP] [ENT] [RET]


* Cursor is not displayed when the menu is first displayed. (Screen 2)

Service Mode Menu


• Device Test: List of devices
[1]
[1]Diag
Diag USB Host : USB media check (front). Only one time.
[2] Log
[3] Factory Initialize
[4] Network 5. Diag (Video/Audio Test)
[5] Version Up This screen performs video and audio tests.
[6] System Information
[7] EMC Test Mode
[8] Drive Screen 1: When video test category is selected
[9] HDD mode Operation:
[ ] Shows Color Bar
[M]/[RETURN] Returns to the selection of test category

HELP : [UP] [DOWN] [ENT] [NUM] Screen 2: When audio test category is selected
Operation:
[ ] Generate TONE Sound
[M]/[RETURN] Returns to the selection of test category
HELP (currently available keys, etc.) is displayed
• Video test:
Outputs a color bar (HDMI).
4. Diag (Device Test)
This screen is used to test devices mounted on the board. • Audio test:
TONE sound output (speaker & HDMI).
Screen 1: Selects the test category
Operation:
Diag
[<]/[,] Selects the category
[m]/[ ] Moves to the selected category Category: Video Test
[RETURN] Returns to the service top menu

Screen 2: Device test


Selects the device to test after selecting Device Test in screen 1. [ENT] Show Color Bar

Operation:
[<]/[,] Selects the device to test
Diag
[ ] Executes the test
[M] Returns to selection of test category Category: Audio Test
[RETURN] Returns to selection of test category HELP: [UP][ENT][RET]
(Screen 1)
• List of test categories
[ENT] Generate TONE Sound
Device Test
Video Test
Audio Test
Audio Input Test
Wireless LAN Test
Mic Test (Not used) HELP: [UP] [ENT] [RET]
HDMI Input Test (Not used) (Screen 2)
Transcorder Test (Not used)
Bluetooth Device Test

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HBD-E2100/E3100/E3200/E4100/E6100
Ver. 1.5

6. Diag (Audio Input Test) 7. Diag (Wireless LAN Test)


This screen performs audio input test. This screen performs wireless LAN test.

Screen 1: Select Audio Input Test Category Screen 1: Selects the Wireless LAN test category
Operation: Operation:
[<]/[,] Selects the category [<]/[,] Selects the category
[m]/[ ] Activate the selected category [m]/[ ] Moves to the selected category
[RETURN] Returns to the service top menu [RETURN] Returns to the service top menu

Screen 2: Select Input Device Screen 2: Wireless LAN test


After “Audio Input Test” selects in Screen 1, the device to test is [1] Show WLAN Hwinfo
chosen. [2] Connect to AccessPoint
Operation: [3] Start display RSSI value.
[M]/[m] Selects Device [4] Start Ping Test
[ ] Activate and Start Test/Stop Operation:
[RETURN] Returns to the selection of test category [M]/[m] Selects the test
[ ] Executes the test
• Device Test : Device List [RETURN] Returns to selection of test category
Digital Input1 : CXD90019R-BA is inputted from Optical
Digital Input2 : CXD90019R-BA is inputted from ARC Screen 2 : Select [1] Show WLAN HwInfo
Analog Input : CXD90019R-BA is inputted from AUDIO • Viewing the display
Serial : Serial Number
• Audio Input Test Hard : Hardware Version
CXD90019R-BA is inputted from DIR/analog and outputs Mac : Mac Address
LineOut (8ch) L and R.
Check tone sound by speaker connected with LineOut (8ch) L and Screen 3 : Select [2] Connect to AccessPoint
R. Connect Access Point only with the following AP settings.
(Input; LPCM 48kHz 2ch) CERT: NO-ENCRYPT
WEPKEY: abcdef1234
PMK: ABCDE12345
Diag
SSID: SONY-Test-R
Category: Audio Input Test IPADDR: 192.168.1.100
NETMASK: 255.255.255.0
Diag BROADCAST: 192.168.1.10
When connect to AP, Status is “Connected!”
Category: Audio Input Test When cannot connect to AP, Status is “can’t Connect!”
Device:
Digital Input 1
Digital Input 2 Screen 4 : Select [3] Start Display RSSI Value
Analog Input Display RSSI value.

[ENT] Start Input Sound Screen 5 : Select [4 ] Start Ping Test


(Screen 1) Ping Test.
IP address use the value of “192.168.1.10”.

HELP: [LEFT] [RIGHT] [UP] [DOWN] [ENT] [RET]


(Screen 2)

[ ] [ ]

Diag

Category: Audio Input Test


Device:
Digital Input 1
Digital Input 2
Analog Input

[ENT] Stop Input Sound

HELP: [LEFT] [RIGHT] [UP] [DOWN] [ENT] [RET]

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Ver. 1.5

(Screen 1) 8. Diag (MIC Input Test)


Diag This screen performs MIC input test.
Note: Not used for the servicing.
Category: Wireless LAN Test

9. Diag (HDMI Input Test)


Diag This screen performs HDMI input test.
Note: Not used for the servicing.
Category: Wireless LAN Test

[1] Show WLAN HwInfo 10. Diag (Transcoder Test)


[2] Connect to AccessPoint Note: Not used for the servicing.
[3] Start Display RSSI Value
[4] Start Ping Test
11. Diag (Bluetooth Device Test)
Serial : 200912313165535
This screen performs Bluetooth Device Test.
Hard : 22
Mac : 00:01:36:23:FD:CF Screen 1: Select Bluetooth Device Test Category
Operation:
(Screen 2) HELP: [UP][DOWN][ENT][RET] [<]/[,] Selects the category
[m]/[ ] Activate the selected category
(Screen 3)
[RETURN] Returns to the service top menu
Diag

Category: Wireless LAN Test


Screen 2: Select Bluetooth Device Test
Operation:
[1] Show WLAN HwInfo [1] Bluetooth Enable
[2] Connect to AccessPoint
[3] Start Display RSSI Value [2] Bluetooth Disable
[4] Start Ping Test [3] Write Bluetooth device address to Registry.
[4] Bluetooth Inquiry Test
CERT : NO-ENCRYPT
WEPKEY : abcdef1234 [M]/[m] Selects Device
PMK : ABCDE12345 [ ] Activate and Start Test
SSID : SONY-Test-R
IPADDR : 192.168.1.100
[RETURN] Returns to the selection of test category
NETMASK: 255.255.255.0
BROADCAST : 192.168.1.10 Screen 2: Select [1] Bluetooth Enable
Status : Connected! • Viewing the Status display, if
HELP: [UP][DOWN][ENT][RET] Successful: “Bluetooth Enable Successful!”
Fail: “Bluetooth Enable Fail!”
(Screen 4)
Diag
Screen 3 : Select [2] Bluetooth Disable
Category: Wireless LAN Test • Viewing the Status display, if
Successful: “Bluetooth Disable Successful!”
[1] Show WLAN HwInfo
[2] Connect to AccessPoint Fail: “Bluetooth Disable Fail!”
[3] Stop Display RSSI Value
[4] Start Ping Test Screen 4 : Select [3] Store Bluetooth device address to
Registry
RSSI Value : 60 Display will show : Bluetooth device address : “xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx”
• Viewing the Status display, if
Successful: “Write Successful!”
HELP: [UP][DOWN][ENT][RET] Fail: “Write Fail!”

(Screen 5)
Diag

Category: Wireless LAN Test

[1] Show WLAN HwInfo


[2] Connect to AccessPoint
[3] Stop Display RSSI Value
[4] Start Ping Test

Ping To : 192.168.1.10
PING 192.168.1.10 OK!

HELP: [UP][DOWN][ENT][RET]

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HBD-E2100/E3100/E3200/E4100/E6100
Ver. 1.5

(Screen 1) 12. Log: Error Log (Output of each Log)


Diag This screen displays the contents of each log.
Note: Do not refer to the displayed date.
Category: Bluetooth Device Test

Screen 1: Selects log


Diag Operation:
Category: Bluetooth Device Test
[1]/[ ] Moves to the Error Log output screen
[RETURN] Returns to the top menu of the service mode
[1] Bluetooth Enable
[2] Bluetooth Disable
[3] Write Bluetooth device address to Registry Screen 2: Displays the Error Log
[4] Bluetooth Inquiry Test (not used) Operation:
[ <] Returns to the previous page
Status : Bluetooth Enable Successful! [ ,] Moves to the next page
Status : Bluetooth Enable Fail! [RETURN] Returns to the screen (Screen 1) that selects the log
type
(Screen 2)
[RED] Writes the log contents to an USB memory device
HELP: [UP][DOWN][ENT][RET]

(Screen 3)
• Viewing the log display
Error Log:
Diag
[174] 2010/01/01 00:00:08 [ErrCode:0902A4053002]
Category: Bluetooth Device Test [Index number] [Date] [Time] [Error code]
[1] Bluetooth Enable
[2] Bluetooth Disable About copying log to USB memory device:
[3] Write Bluetooth device address to Registry Press the [RED] button in each log display screen with the USB
[4] Bluetooth Inquiry Test (not used) memory device inserted into the unit.
Note: Please do not press the [RED] button immediately after USB mem-
Status : Bluetooth Disable Successful! ory is inserted.
Status : Bluetooth Disable Fail! Please do not pull out USB memory immediately after the [RED]
button was pressed.
HELP: [UP][DOWN][ENT][RET]
Error Log:
(Screen 4) When “getErrLogFile.trm file” exists in the USB memory de-
vice, errlog.log file is output.
Diag

Category: Bluetooth Device Test


Select Log
[1] Bluetooth Enable
[2] Bluetooth Disable [1] Error Log
[3] Write Bluetooth device address to Registry
[4] Bluetooth Inquiry Test (not used)

Bluetooth device address : 00:01:36:23:FD:CF Error Log


Status : Write Successful!
Status : Write Fail! 02]
[174] 2010/01/01 00:00:08 [ErrCode:0902A4053002]
[175] 2010/01/01 00:00:08 [ErrCode:0902A4053002]
[176] 2010/01/01 00:00:08 [ErrCode:0902A4053002]
HELP: [UP][DOWN][ENT][RET] [177] 2010/01/01 00:00:08 [ErrCode:0902A4053002]
[178] 2010/01/01 00:00:08 [ErrCode:0902A4053002]
[179] 2010/01/01 00:00:08 [ErrCode:0902A4053002]
[180] 2010/01/01 00:00:08 [ErrCode:0902A4053002]
HELP : [DOWN][ENT][(NUM)]
[181] 2010/01/01 00:00:08 [ErrCode:0902A4053002]
(Screen 1)
[182] 2010/01/01 00:00:08 [ErrCode:0902A4053002]
[183] 2010/01/01 00:00:08 [ErrCode:0902A4053002]
[184] 2010/01/01 00:00:07 [ErrCode:0902A4053002]
[185] 2010/01/01 00:00:08 [ErrCode:0902A4053002]
[186] 2010/01/01 00:00:08 [ErrCode:0902A4053002]
<Page 1/20>

HELP : Press [RED] key to store log to Udisc.


(Screen 2)

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HBD-E2100/E3100/E3200/E4100/E6100
Ver. 1.5

13. Factory Initialize (Factory Settings) 15. Network (Network Test Diagnosis Screen: Ping)
Ping test for the wired ethernet.
There is a possibility that this mode cannot be correctly execut-
ed. Never use this mode.
Screen 1: Ping Test
Operation:
14. Network (Network Test Diagnosis Screen: Ifconfig) [<] Select Ifconfig test
Network menu for the wired ethernet. [m] Ping execution preparation
[RETURN] Returns to the top menu of the service mode
Screen 1: Ifconfig Test
Operation: Screen 2: The IP address of the Ping point is set up
[ ] Activate Ifconfig (Display network setting) (IP address input mode)
[,] Select ping test When “Ping to :>” is reversed, the [ ] button is pressed and IP
[RETURN] Returns to the top menu of the service mode is inputted.
Operation:
Screen 2: Ping Test [ ] Finish to input
Operation: [RETURN] Finish to input
[<] Select Ifconfig test [<] Finish to input and Select Ifconfig Test
[RETURN] Returns to the top menu of the service mode [0] to [9] Input Character sting ‘0-9’
(The details of a Ping test are “14. Network (Network Test Diagno-
sis Screen: Ping)”) Screen 3: Ping Test Active
When [START] is reversed, the [ ] button is pressed and execute
Screen 3: Ifconfig Test Active ping.
Display Ifconfig command results. Operation:
Operation: [ ] Activate ping test
[ ] Ifconfig retry [M] The IP address of the ping point is set up
[,] Select Ping Test [RETURN] Returns to the top menu of the service mode
[RETURN] Returns to the top menu of the service mode
Network

Network Test: Ifconfig Ping


Ping To :
Test: Ifconfig Ping
[START]

Network Network
Test: Ifconfig Ping Test: Ifconfig Ping
Ping To: Ping to :> 192. 168. 200. 13
[START] [ENT] : Release
[RET] : Release

Network Network
HELP : [DOWN][ENT][(NUM)]
Test: Ifconfig Ping (Screen 1)
Test: Ifconfig Ping
(Screen 1)
Ping to : 192. 168. 200. 13
IP 192. 168. 11. 2 MAC 00-16-01-85-21-A3 [START]

PING 192. 168. 200. 13 OK!


HELP : [DOWN][ENT][(NUM)]
(Screen 2)
(Screen 2)

HELP : [ENT]: Re/Exe [RIGHT]


(Screen 3) HELP: [ENT] : Start [UP] [LEFT]
(Screen 3)

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HBD-E2100/E3100/E3200/E4100/E6100
Ver. 1.5

16. Version Up Test (Disc Update) (Screen 5)


This screen performs version update test.
Software Update

Operation:
Software update has started.
[m]/[ ] Activate the selected category. Never turn off while performing update.
[RETURN] Return to Service Top Menu. When the update is complete, the unit will automatically turn off.

55%
Screen 1: Select to Start Update
Operation:
[ENT] Start Update
[RETURN] Return to Top Menu 17. System Information (System Information Display)
This screen displays system information.
Screen 2: Insert Update Disc
Operation: Screen 1: Basic Information
[ ] Tray Close and Check start Operation:
[RETURN] Cancel [,] Drive information (delta IOP of a drive is measured)
and wireless device information (not used) displayed
Screen 3/ Screen 4 (go to Screen 2)
Operation: [RETURN] Returns to the top menu of the service mode
Mounting and checking the disc
If disc OK, upgrading will start Screen 2: Drive and Wireless Information Menu
Operation:
Screen 5 [<] Basic Information displayed (go to Screen 1)
Operation: [RETURN] Returns to the top menu of the service mode
Wait until the display bar show 100%.
When delta IOP is measured, it becomes impossible to use the Ver-
(Screen 1) sion Up function.
Version Update
Contents List:
Main LSIname
[ENT] Start Update
Model
[RET] Return to Top Menu Destination
Sequence Number
MAC
IP
IFCON IFCON Version
HELP: [ENT][RET] Bootloader Bootloader Version
Host Main Host Main Version
(Screen 2)
MicroBE MicroBE Version
Host Sub Host Sub Version
Version Update Middleware Middleware Version
ADSP ADSP Version
ADSP Coeff ADSP Coeff Version
Insert Update Disc

[ENT] Tray Close and Check start


IF Model
[RET] Cancel IF Dest
WLAN module Serial
WLAN module hw Version
WLAN module MAC Address
HELP: [ENT][RET] Drive Firm Revision
CD DIOP Delta IOP
(Screen 3) DVD DIOP Delta IOP
Version Update
BD DIOP Delta IOP
CD LD TIME LD Time
DVD LD TIME LD Time
Bluetooth Device Address
Now, mounting and checking…

(Screen 4)
Version Update

Upgrading, do not shut down the power!

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HBD-E2100/E3100/E3200/E4100/E6100
Ver. 1.5

(Screen 1)

System Information Drive


[1] Drive OP data Write
Main LSIname:
Model:
Destination: Drive OP data Write
Sequence Number:
MAC: Insert USB StorageDevice ...
IP: Remove DISC and Close tray.
IF-con Block0 Version:
Bootloader Version: Disc : Load
Host Main Version: Mode: 1
MicroBE Version:
Host Sub Version: [ENT] Start
Middleware Version:
ADSP Version:
ADSP Coeff Version:
(Screen 1)

HELP : [RET] [RIGHT] HELP: [ENT] [RET]


(Screen 2)

(Screen 2)

System Information Drive OP data Write

IF_MODEL: Insert USB StorageDevice ...


IF_DEST: Remove DISC and Close tray.
WLAN module Serial:
WLAN module hw version: [ENT] Start
WLAN module MAC Address:
Drive Firm Revision: NG - USB is not find
CD DIOP: OK - OP data write
DVD DIOP:
BD DIOP:
CD LD TIME:
DVD LD TIME:
Bluetooth Device Address:

HELP: [ENT] [RET]


(Screen 3)

HELP : [RET] [LEFT]

18. Drive
This menu is used to operate the drive using drive-related diagnos-
tic and tools.

Screen 1: Selecting items under *Drive


Operation:
[M]/[m] Selects the category
[m]/[ ] Activate the selected category
[RETURN] Returns to the top menu of the service mode
[1] Drive OP data Write
[2] Servo Parameter Check Menu
[3] Servo Signal Check Menu
[4] S-Curve Check Menu
[5] Readability Check Menu
[6] OP Position Check Menu
[7] OP Check Menu
[8] Load Eject Aging
[9] Spindle Control Check Menu
[10] FA Test Mode

Screen 2: To start OP data Write


Operation:
[ ] Starts

Screen 3: Show OP data Write result


Operation:
NG - USB is not find
OK - OP data write

• Drive Test
For drive operating check. Service is only use Drive OP data write
to rewrite OP data after change of new CPU.

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HBD-E2100/E3100/E3200/E4100/E6100
Ver. 1.5

CONFIRMATION ITEM 2. Networking Confirmation


1. Playback Operation Confirmation Confirm it according to the following procedure when you confirm
1-1. Test Disc the connection of the network.
Part No. Description Layer Note: Do not execute “Network Connection Diagnostics” of “Network
Settings” of the home menu with only the router connected.
J-6090-199-A BLX-104 Single Layer
J-6090-200-A BLX-204 Dual Layer Procedure:
J-2501-307-A CD (HLX-A1) 1. Connect the router with the unit with LAN cable.
J-2501-305-A HLX-513 Single Layer (NTSC) 2. Turn on the power of the unit and the router.
J-2501-306-A HLX-514 Dual Layer (NTSC) 3. Press the [HOME] button on the remote commander, and the
home menu is displayed.
J-6090-077-A HLX-506 Single Layer (PAL)
4. Select “Setup”  “Network Settings”  “Network Connec-
J-6090-078-A HLX-507 Dual Layer (PAL) tion Status”, and press the [ ] button on the remote com-
Note: Refer to the service manual of BDP-BX1/S350 (Part No. 9-883- mander.
989-1[]) (page 1-3 to 1-14E) for the use of BLX-104/204. 5. Confirm IP address are displayed in “IP Address”, “Subnet
Mask” and “Default Gateway”.
Operation and Display:
Physical Connection: XXXX
1. BLX-104
Procedure: Internet Access: XXXX
1. Select 23.976Hz/1080p. IP Address Setting: XXXX
2. Play “4.Motion picture”.
IP Address: XXX.XXX.XXX.XXX
3. Check whether player can play back or not.
4. Check each outputs. Subnet Mask: XXX.XXX.XXX.XXX
Video: Default Gateway: XXX.XXX.XXX.XXX
Composite/S Video/component/HDMI. DNS Settings: XXXX
Audio:
Primary DNS: XXX.XXX.XXX.XXX
Speaker out.
* When 1080/24p monitor is nothing, 1080i (59.94Hz or 50Hz) Secondary DNS: XXX.XXX.XXX.XXX
can use instead of 1080/24p. MAC Address: XXX.XXX.XXX.XXX
However this is temporary correspondence.
* When the output of HDMI is 1080p, the signal of Composite/S
Video/Component are not output.
It is necessary to lower the output of HDMI to 1080i or less.

2. BLX-204
Procedure:
1. Select 1080i (59.94Hz or 50Hz).
2. Play “4.Motion picture”.
3. Check whether player can play back or not.
(Check the picture and sound output)

3. CD (HLX-A1)
Procedure:
Check whether player can play back or not.
(Check the sound output)

4. HLX-513/514 (NTSC), HLX-506/507 (PAL)


Procedure:
1. After displayed Main Menu, select “1.Video Signal”.
2. Play “1.Color bar 100%”.
(Check the picture and sound output)
3. Return to Menu.
4. Play “Demonstration 4:3” or “Demonstration 16:9”.
(Check the picture and sound output)

1-2. Playback operation confirmation


Confirm operation in each signal/output mode of test disc (BLX-
104/204) according to the content of the repair.
Note: “AV Sync.” doesn’t operate.

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HBD-E2100/E3100/E3200/E4100/E6100
Ver. 1.5 SECTION 4
ELECTRICAL CHECK
FM AUTO STOP CHECK
generator

SET
+
75 :

Procedure:
1. Turn the power on.
2. Input the following signal from Signal Generator to FM an-
tenna input directly.

Carrier frequency : A = 87.5 MHz, B = 98 MHz, C = 108 MHz


Deviation : 75 kHz
Modulation : 1 kHz
ANT input : 35 dBu (EMF)

Note: Please use 75 ohm “coaxial cable” to connect SG and the set. You
cannot use video cable for checking.
Please use SG whose output impedance is 75 ohm.

3. Set to FM tuner function and scan the input FM signal with


automatic scanning.
4. Confirm that input Frequency of A, B and C detected and auto-
matic scanning stops.

The stop of automatic scanning means “The station signal is re-


ceived in good condition”.

32
Power Check Flow (1/2)

Check that the output voltages of the switching regulator


(SWR1) are the following value. Check that harness is inserted normally at CN301 and
No No
The power is turned on. CN301 pin 1: 12 V (FEUNSW12V) CN202. When harness is inserted normally, exchange the
CN301 pin 2: 12 V (ICUNSW12V) switching regulator (SWR1).
Yes CN301 pin 3: 12 V (UNSW12V)
Yes

Check that the following fuses and thermistor are not damaged. Exchange the damaged fuse or thermistor. Exchange the
No
TH802/F802/F201/F202/F203 complete MB1002 board, when the power is not turned on,
even if you exchange fuses.
Yes

Check the following power control signal in the power on state.


(Normally voltage: +3.3 V)
No
MB1002 board IC801 pin 36 to 38 Exchange the complete MB1002 board.
(PCONT1 to PCONT3)
Pin 25 (PCONT_FL)

Yes

Check each voltage with reference to the schematic diagrams, No


Power supply IC is damaged. Exchange the power supply IC.
and check that there is no problem in them.
Yes
SECTION 5

Check the related IC on the MB1002 board.


TROUBLESHOOTING

Protect mode happened “PROTECT” Yes No


Check that harness is inserted normally at CN101 Insert normally the harness and power ON again.
display appears on fluorescent tube.
No Yes

Remove harness of CN101, CN4, FFC CN3505.


No Switching supply board damage. Exchange the complete
Measure switching supply board CN101 pin4 <-> pin1,
switching supply board.
(normal voltage > 30V)

Yes

A AMP board damage.


Exchange the complete AMP board.
HBD-E2100/E3100/E3200/E4100/E6100

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Ver. 1.5
Power Check Flow (2/2)

34
Ver. 1.5

No No
Check that a sound is outputted normally. Check that a picture is outputted normally. Refer to the “HDMI Check Flow” on page 35.
Yes

Check that [Audio Settings]-[Audio output] in the menu No


Optimize the speaker settings.
screen is “Speaker”.
Yes
No Refer to the “2-1. Flow of drive section check” on page
Check that the drive is operating normally.
7 on original service manual.
Yes

Check that each power supply is supplied to the audio No


Refer to the “Power Check Flow (1/2)” on page 33.
block.
Yes

Check that a sound is normally outputted from each No Check that each speaker is connected normally. No Perform and check [Audio Settings] -
[Speaker Settings] - [Test Tone] in the menu
HBD-E2100/E3100/E3200/E4100/E6100

speaker. Front/Center/Surround/Subwoofer
screen, or reinsert the speaker cables.
Yes

Check that the signal is input to AMP board IC3001. No Change FFC.
Pin 22, 23, 24, 25, 27 Insert to AMP CN3505
Yes

Check that the PWM signal is outputted from the Exchange the IC3001.
No
following pins. Part No. 6-718-103-01
AMP board IC3001 pin 39, 40, 48, 49, 42, 43, 54, 55 Description IC TAS5538DGGR
Yes

Check that the signal is outputted from the following


pins.
AMP board IC3102 No Exchange the IC3102.
pin 10, 11 (SP FRONT R) Part No. 6-719-138-01
pin 16, 17 (SP FRONT L) Description IC STA516BF13TR-A
Pin 2, 3, 8, 9 (SP SUBWOOFER)
Yes

Check that the signal is outputted from the following


pins.
AMP board IC3302 No Exchange the IC3302.
pin 10, 11, 16, 17 (SP CENTER) Part No. 6-719-138-01
pin 2, 3 (SP SUR R) Description IC STA516BF13TR-A
Pin 8, 9 (SP SUR L)
HDMI Check Flow

No Refer to the “2-1. Flow of drive section check” on page 7


Check that the drive is operating normally. on original service manual.
Yes
No
Check that each power supply is supplied. Refer to the “Power Check Flow (1/2)” on page 33.
Yes
No
Check that only the digital output (HDMI) is affected. Check the settings on the menu screen.
Yes

Check that the input voltage of the following pin is 5.5 V. No


Refer to the “Power Check Flow (1/2)” on page 33.
MB1002 board IC408 pin 5 (VIN)
Yes

Check that the output voltage of the following pin is 5 V. No Check that the input voltage of the following pin is 3.3V. No Refer to the “Power Check Flow (1/2)” on page 33 to
MB1002 board IC408 pin 4 (VOUT) MB1002 board IC408 pin 1 (CONT) check on power control signal for PCONT_3

Yes Yes

Exchange the IC408.


Part No. 6-718-999-01
Description IC MM1839A50NRE

Check that the output voltage of the following pin is 3.3V. No Check that the input voltage of the following pin is 3.3V. No
MB1002 board Q204 pin 6 MB1002 board Q204 pin 4 (CONT)

Yes Yes

Exchange the Q204.


Part No. 6-553-007-01
Description TR PMG85XP

Exchange the CN401


No Note: When CN401 is exchanged, be careful of the
Check that there are no abnormalities in CN401. quality of soldering enough.
Part No. 1-821-398-41
Yes Description HDMI CONNECTOR (HDMI OUT ARC)
Perform other analyses.
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DIAGRAMS
• Circuit Boards Location

MB1002 board

RC-S801/A (WW)

AMP board

POWER KEY board

card, WLAN/BT COMBO

PANEL board switching regulator (SWR1)


(3L392W-1) (US, CND, AEP, UK, SAF, SP, TW, AUS,
TH, CH)
KARAOKE board (SP, RU) (3L392W) (E3, E51, PX, EA, E12, E32, RU, MX6, AR)

NON-KARAOKE board (EXCEPT SP, RU)

• Abbreviation
AR : Argentina model
AUS : Australian model
CH : Chinese model
CND : Canadian model
E3 : 240 V AC area in E model
E12 : 220 – 240 V AC area in E model
E32 : 110 – 240 V AC area in E model
E51 : Chilean and Peruvian models
EA : Saudi Arabia model
MX6 : Latin-American model
PX : PX model
RU : Russian model
SAF : South African model
SP : Singapore model
TH : Thai model
TW : Taiwan model

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6-1. BLOCK DIAGRAM - SERVO Section -


BD DECODER
IC101 (1/3)

CN501 (1/2)

RF+ P18 RFIP


RF- P19 RFIN

B P6 INA FRONT USB VBUS


A P5 INB IC406
D P8 INC
C P7 IND 1 VOUT IN 5 DCDC5V
G P12 INE
H P11 INF
E P9 ING
F P10 INH
CN52

SDIO P30 FECFREQ 1


SCLK P28 FEOSCEN USB_DP_P1 P56 3
SEN_LDD P31 FECMOD USB_DM_P1 P55 2
TEST_V P256 FPDODVD
VC_PD P3 HAVC
THERMO P14 AUX1
CN404

MODE_A P32 FEGAINSW1 USB_DP_P2 P205 2


MODE_B P45 FEGIO5 WLAN/BT COMBO
USB_DM_P2 P204 3
CARD
4
LDEN P47 FEGIO7

WIFI PWR
CN670 1 CONTROL 4 DCDC5V
Q405
3
TRAY-IN P53 FETRAYIN_
TRAY-OUT P33 FEGAINSW2
LOAD-
LOAD+ COIL/MOTOR
DRIVER WIFI PWR
IC601 CEC P201 CONTROL DRIVER
27 26 Q404
BD DRIVE
LOAD_P
LOAD_N

(BPX-7)

CN660

B 1 SLED1_P
/B 2 SLED1_N
A 4 SLED2_P
/A 5 SLED2_N

CN380
W 43 U XFG 12 P41 FEFG
V 45 V RDY 13 P29 FEGAINSW3 TXVN_0 P213 4
U 47 W SSZ 14 P49 FEGIO4 TXVP_0 P214 3
COMMON 49 MCOM SCLK 15 P39 FETRAYPWM LAN (100)
TXVP_1 P212 5
SIMO 16 P34 FEFMO TXVN_1 P211 6
SOMI 17 P35 FEFMO2

CN501 (2/2) XRSTIN 19 P43 FEGIO0

TR 37 TRK_P
TD 38 TRK_N

FD1 39 FCS_P
FR1 40 FCS_N

FD2 36 TLT_P
+8V REG ‡6LJQDOSDWK
FR2 35 TLT_N IC520
: DISC PLAY
SA_B+ 33 STP1_P : LAN
12V 8 VCC VO_S 2 8.0V
SA_B- 32 STP1_N
: USB
SA_A+ 31 STP2_P
SA_A- 30 STP2_N

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6-2. BLOCK DIAGRAM - MEMORY/HDMI Section -

BD DECODER
SD-RAM IC101 (2/3)
SD-RAM
IC102
IC103

DQL0 - DQL7, DQL0 - DQL7,


RDQ0 - RDQ15 RDQ16 - RDQ31
DQU0 - DQU7 DQU0 - DQU7

D0A0 - D0A13
D0A0 - D0A13
A0 - A13 RA0 - RA13
A0 - A13

BA0
M2 BA0

DML
DQSL
/DQSL
ODT

/RESET
BA0
BA1
BA2
/WE
/CS
/CAS
/RAS

CKE
CK
/CK
DMU
DQSU
/DQSU
BA1
N8 BA1
BA2
M3 BA2
/WE
L3 /WE
/CS
L2 /CS
/CAS
BA0 RBA0 K3 /CAS
M2 P140 /RAS
J3 /RAS
BA1 N8 P118 RBA1 ODT
BA2 RBA2 K1 ODT
M3 P139 CKE
/WE RWE_ K9 CKE
L3 P130 CK
/CS J7 CK
L2 P128 RCS_ /CK
RCAS_ K7 /CK
/CAS K3 P127 DMU
/RAS P126 RRAS_ D3 DMU
J3 DQSU
RODT C7 DQSU
ODT K1 P141 /DQSU
CKE RCKE B7 /DQSU
K9 P116 DML
CK E7 DML
J7 P98 RCLK0 DQSL
/CK P97 RCLK0_ F3 DQSL
K7 /DQSL
DMU RDQM1 G3 /DQSL
D3 P91 /RESET
DQSU RDQS1 T2 /RESET
C7 P100
/DQSU B7 P101 RDQS1_
DML E7 P99 RDQM0
DQSL F3 P94 RDQS0
/DQSL G3 P95 RDQS0_
/RESET T2 P134 RRESET

MAIN
SECTION A CEC CEC DRIVER
Q401
NAND FLASH
IC1001
(Page 39) CN401
NFD0 - NFD7 IO1 - IO8
CEC 13 WAVE MAIN
RESERVED (ARC) 14 SHAPER
IC403
P64 SPDIF_IN1
NFWEN P79 18 WE WP 19 NAND_RESET C SECTION
NFREN P75 8 RE (Page 39)
TMDS DATA0 + 7 P221 CH0_P NFCEN P76 9 CE
TMDS DATA0 – 9 P220 CH0_M NFRBN P74 7 RY/BY
NFALE P78 17 ALE
TMDS DATA1 + 4 P223 CH1_P CLE
NFCLE P77 16
TMDS DATA1 – 6 P222 CH1_M

TMDS DATA2 + 1 P225 CH2_P


HDMI TMDS DATA2 – 3 P224 CH2_M
OUT ARC
TMDS CLOCK + 10 P219 CLK_P
TMDS CLOCK – 12 P218 CLK_M
NS_XTALI P229
X301
SDA 16 P199 HDMISD 27MHz
SCL 15 P200 HDMISCK NS_XTALO P230

HPD 19 P197 HTPLG

+5V POWER 18 4 +5V REG 5 UNSW +5.5V


IC408
1
MAIN
SECTION B PCONT3
(Page 39)
‡6LJQDOSDWK
: VIDEO
: AUDIO

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6-3. BLOCK DIAGRAM - MAIN Section -

MEMORY/HDMI
SECTION
(Page 38) A CEC
BD DECODER
IC101 (3/3)

J71
MIC 1 + MIC
AMP
IC71 OPTICAL
TV
RECEIVER
DIGITAL IN P246 AOSDATA3
JACK
OPTICAL
IC701
J72
MIC 2 ELECTRICAL
+ VOLUME
IC72
A/D CONVERTER
IC704
SP, RU
AUDIO SELECT
PLUG_DET

MIC_DATA
AOSDATA0 P243

MIC_CLK
IC703 DOUT 9 P241 SPDIF_IN0 AMP_D1

J702 2 Y2 SCKI 6 P237 AL0 AOSDATA1 P244 AMP_D2


LRCK 7 P242 AOLRCK
L 5 Y1 Y 3 13 VinL BCK 8 P239 AR0 AOSDATA2 P245 AMP_D3
AUDIO IN 1 Y0 R-CH 14 VinR AMP
R R-CH
A
10
B
9 AMP_MCK
E SECTION
(Page 40)
AUDIO SELECT X801
FM DRIVER DRIVER 8MHz
(FM RECEIVER) Q703 AMP_LRCK
IC706
CN706
69 70 15 11 13 AMP_BCK
ANTENNA 1 FRF1 L OUT 13

XOUT

XIN
ASEL0

ASEL1

CEC_ TX_RX
FM MIC_CLK
R OUT 12 R-CH 57 MIC CLK
MIC_DATA
58 MIC_DATA
PLUG_DET BD_SDI(IF_SDO)(IF_SDO) 75 P191 VDATA
63 PLUG_DET/MIC IN
BD_SDO(IF_SDI)(IF_SDI) 76 P188 GPIO0
BD_CLK 77 P189 VCLK
17 X2
X701 DA 11 45 ST_SDA BD_CS 78 P187 GPIO1
12MHz CK 8 46 ST_SCL JIG_MODE1 82 P203 LED0
16 X1
IIC/RDSI 6 73 ST_RDS_INT OPWRSB 83 P178 OPWRSB
FE_EJECT 84 P2 TRINA
SP, RU
UPG_STATUS 85 P196 AMUTE

ND01 OVERLOAD
A5V (KARAOKE) DETECTION 61 NJU72341_POWER BD_RESET 81 P193 RESET_
VACUUM FLUORESCENT
DISPLAY Q701, Q702

DIN 18 3 FL_DOUT MEMORY/HDMI


DISPLAY
PANEL 12V SW
DRIVER
21 SW
23 VH
CLK 19
STB 20
5 FL_CLK
68 FL_CS
NAND_RESET 74 NAND_RESET C SECTION
SYSTEM CONTROLLER (Page 38)
Q01
IC801
(1/3)
REMOTE PCONT1 36 PCONT1 POWER SUPPLY
VDD

CONTROL
D
F+
F+

TH802 SIGNAL
1 SIRCS_IN PCONT2 37 PCONT2 SECTION
15 27 28 PCONT3 38 PCONT3 (Page 41)
RECEIVER
IC01

OVERLOAD
FE_SW12V DETECTION MEMORY/HDMI
Q803 S41
AC_CUT 18
AC CUT
DRIVER DCDC +5V
PCONT3 B SECTION
\/1 89 KEY0(EJ) Q209 (Page 38)
OVERLOAD
DETECTION KEY1
Q804 S05 ~ S08 88 KEY1_EJ VOLTAGE
RESET DETECT UNSW +12V
+3.3V REG KEY2 DRIVER IC803
3 1 Q801
IC03 S01 ~ S04 87 KEY2_EJ
4
PANEL 5.5V
4 CN802 ‡6LJQDOSDWK
RESET
3 +3.3V REG 1 25 PCONT_FL RESET 10
RXD1
2 : AUDIO
IC02 RXD1 30 4
ON CHIP DEBUG/CLK1
CLK1
5
FLASH : TUNER
31 PROGRAMMING
RTS1
NO USE/RTS1 32 7 : MIC
WHITE_ LED TXD1
LED DRIVER 24 WHITE_LED TXD1 29 8
D06 Q02

LED
BT_LED
DRIVER 26 BT_LED(EJ)
D05
Q03

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6-4. BLOCK DIAGRAM - AMP Section -


STREAM PROCESSOR POWER AMP
IC3001 IC3102
TB3451

AMP_MCK 11 MCLK PWM_P_1 39 29 1N1A OUT1A 16 


FRONT L
AMP_LRCK 22 LRCK PWM_M_2 40 30 IN1B OUT1A 17 +
MAIN AMP_BCK PWM_M_8 48 31 IN2A
23 SCLK
SECTION E AMP_D1 24 SDIN1 PWM_P_8 49 32 1N2B OVERLOAD
(Page 39) L3101 DETECTION
AMP_D2 25 SDIN2 Q3101

AMP_D3 27 SDIN4
23 VL OUT1B 10 +
FRONT R
OUT1B 11 
25 xPWRDN
26 xTRISTATE
27 xFAULT

OUT2B 3 
L3103 SUBWOOFER
OUT2A 8 +

OVERLOAD
DETECTION SPEAKERS
POWER AMP Q3202
IC3302

PWM_M_3 42 29 1N1A OUT1B 11


L3303

CENTER
PWM_P_3 43 30 IN1B OUT1A 16 +
PWM_P_5 54 31 IN2A

PWM_M_6 55 32 1N2B TB3401

OUT2A 8 
25 xPWRDN SUR L
VALID 37 26 xTRISTATE OUT2A 9 +
27 xFAULT

OVERLOAD
L3301 DETECTION
23 VL
Q3302

OUT2B 2 + SUR R
XRESET
XMUTE

OUT2B 3 
SDA
SCL

16 19 20 21

DC FAN
M1
OVERLOAD FAULT FE_UNSW +12V DRIVER M (FAN)
DETECTION DETECTION IC201
Q3552 Q3555
DC
DETECTION
Q3553
DC FAN
DRIVER
Q208

D804 POWER SUPPLY


EN_POWER F SECTION
(Page 41)

51 52 33 34 50 65 40 35 2 42
TAS5538_SDA
TAS5538_SCL
TAS5538_XRST
TAS5538_XMUTE

DRIVER_SD/POWER_DET

PCONT STA516
STA516_XPDN

DC_DET

FAN_CONT

FAN_ON
‡6LJQDOSDWK
: AUDIO
SYSTEM CONTROLLER
IC801 (2/3)

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6-5. BLOCK DIAGRAM - POWER SUPPLY Section -

DCDC5V SWR1
SWITCHING
REGULATOR
5V VOLTAGE
CONTROL DC-DC CONVERTER
Q206 IC205
F202
FE_SW5V 5 4 3 SW VIN 2 UNSW12V

3 EN
7

OVERLOAD
DETECTION
Q207
12V VOLTAGE
CONTROL
Q205
F203
FE_SW12V 5 4 FEUNSW12V

OVERLOAD
DETECTION
Q202

3.3V VOLTAGE
CONTROL DC-DC CONVERTER
Q204 IC203
F201
3.3V 5 4 3 SW1 VIN1 1 ICUNSW12V

3 SW2
14

OVERLOAD
DETECTION
Q203

DC-DC CONVERTER
IC204

1.2V 3 SW1 VIN1 1

EN2
12
OVERLOAD
DETECTION
Q201
SYSTEM CONTROLLER
IC801 (3/3)

+5V REG +5V REG


3 4
IC710 PVDD_VOL_SEL(EJ) 99 PVDD_CONT

+3.3V REG 4 +3.3V REG 5


IC805

AMP
+3.3V REG 4 +3.3V REG
IC804
5 SECTION F EN_POWER EN_POWER
(Page 40)
UNSW 5.5V
F802
PANEL 5.5V (AC IN)

PCONT3
MAIN
SECTION D PCONT2
(Page 39) PCONT1

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THIS NOTE IS COMMON FOR PRINTED WIRING BOARDS AND SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS. • Waveforms
(In addition to this, the necessary note is printed in each block.)
– MB1002 Board –
For Printed Wiring Boards. For Schematic Diagrams.
Note: Note:
• X : Parts extracted from the component side. • All capacitors are in μF unless otherwise noted. (p: pF) 50 1 IC704 6 (SCKI) 4 IC801 qa (XOUT)
• Y : Parts extracted from the conductor side. WV or less are not indicated except for electrolytics and
• f : Internal component. tantalums.
• : Pattern from the side which enables seeing. • All resistors are in Ω and 1/4 W or less unless otherwise
(The other layers' patterns are not indicated.) specified.
• f : internal component.
Caution:
• C : panel designation. 1.7 Vp-p
Pattern face side: Parts on the pattern face side seen
3.3 Vp-p
(Conductor Side) from the pattern face are indicated. Note: The components identified by mark 0 or 125 ns
Parts face side: Parts on the parts face side seen from 40.8 ns
dotted line with mark 0 are critical for safety.
(Component Side) the parts face are indicated. Replace only with part number specified. 1 V/DIV, 20 ns/DIV 1 V/DIV, 50 ns/DIV
Note: Les composants identifiés par une marque
• MB1002 board is multi-layer printed board. However, the
patterns of intermediate-layers have not been included in 0 sont critiques pour la sécurité. 2 IC704 8 (BCK) 5 IC706 qj (X2)
this diagrams. Ne les remplacer que par une piéce portant
• Abbreviation le numéro spécifié.
AR : Argentina model
AUS : Australian model
CH : Chinese model
3.3 Vp-p
CND : Canadian model 0.4 Vp-p
20.8 Ps
E3 : 240 V AC area in E model • A : B+ Line. 83.33 ns
E12 : 220 – 240 V AC area in E model • B : B– Line.
E32 : 110 – 240 V AC area in E model • Voltages and waveforms are dc with respect to ground 1 V/DIV, 10 Ps/DIV 1 V/DIV, 50 ns/DIV
E51 : Chilean and Peruvian models under no-signal conditions.
EA : Saudi Arabia model
MX6 : Latin-American model
no mark : TUNER 3 IC704 7 (LRCK)
* : Impossible to measure
PX : PX model • Voltages are taken with VOM (Input impedance 10 M).
RU : Russian model Voltage variations may be noted due to normal production
SAF : South African model tolerances.
SP : Singapore model • Waveforms are taken with a oscilloscope.
TH : Thai model Voltage variations may be noted due to normal production
TW : Taiwan model tolerances. 3.4 Vp-p
• Indication of transistor. • Circled numbers refer to waveforms. 40.7 ns
• Signal path.
F : AUDIO 1 V/DIV, 25 ns/DIV
C
f : TUNER
Q These are omitted. L : USB
B E E : VIDEO
d : LAN
J : DISC PLAY
Q N : MIC
• Abbreviation
B C E AR : Argentina model
AUS : Australian model
These are omitted. CH : Chinese model
CND : Canadian model
• Lead layouts E3 : 240 V AC area in E model
surface E12 : 220 – 240 V AC area in E model
E32 : 110 – 240 V AC area in E model
E51 : Chilean and Peruvian models
EA : Saudi Arabia model
MX6 : Latin-American model
PX : PX model
RU : Russian model
SAF : South African model
SP : Singapore model
Lead layout of conventional IC CSP (Chip Size Package) TH : Thai model
TW : Taiwan model
* Replacement of IC102 and IC103 on the MB1002 board used • The voltage and waveform of CSP (chip size package)
in this unit requires a special tool. cannot be measured, because its lead layout is different
from that of conventional IC.
Note: When the AMP board is replaced, spread the compound
referring to “NOTE OF REPLACING THE IC3102 AND * Replacement of IC102 and IC103 on the MB1002 board used
IC3302 ON THE AMP BOARD AND THE COMPLETE in this unit requires a special tool.
AMP BOARD” on servicing notes (page 10).
Note: When the AMP board is replaced, spread the compound
referring to “NOTE OF REPLACING THE IC3102 AND
IC3302 ON THE AMP BOARD AND THE COMPLETE
AMP BOARD” on servicing notes (page 10).

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6-6. PRINTED WIRING BOARD - MB1002 Board (Component Side) - • See page 36 for Circuit Boards Location. • : Uses unleaded solder.

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16

A
J702

MB1002 BOARD L AUDIO IN R

(COMPONENT SIDE)
CN401
CN706 CN380 TV
HDMI DIGITAL IN
ANTENNA OUT ARC LAN (100)
OPTICAL
FM

B (CHASSIS)

IC701

D702
2 1

R789 1 19
VOUT GND VCC
R424

C743 L703
CL715 L702 C401

C R402

R422

R411 R425
L704 C760
C747

C730

R423

R410
C415
(CHASSIS) C742 C744 R419 C242 (CHASSIS)

JL219

CN201
X701
JL218
R785
IC408
C741

C745

Q401
GS
5 1
6

M
20 L205

C430

CN404

1
R786 R725
IC706

C331

1
10 16
C240

2
11 15 1 8

C332
C746
R724
R788

CL706 C759 C408 C414 JL215


C740

C751 M1 (FAN)
R331

C353
R726

R727
X301

C427
C382
C739
C738

L707 C383
R787

5
D R332
WLAN/BT COMBO CARD

JL316
R7014
C737

C350
CL318

JL524

C352
C549
R581

JL515
C580

R365
JL514

R353
JL320

C359
R582

C330

R319
JL512 C303

R831
R840
R841
R838
R827

R830
R828
JL503 JL502

CL844
CL846
CL843
JL511 R814 R816
R903 R803 R804

24
JL508 JL501
JL506 JL504

C563

23
CL510
P256 P193

CL845
CL847
AMP

C503
C505
C504

CL509
C717

P1 P192 R907

CN707
CL703 R761
R818 CL885

CL865
JL318

CL867
IC710 R817 R760
BOARD
F
JL507 75 51 CL884 FB701
C721

R894
JL319
C718 76 50 CL861
C518
JL505 C170 R109 R114 R112 R815 IC801
R773
CN3505
E CL701 R771

CL548

JL1105
JL144
R913 R877
R575

R769
(Page 51)
CL536

JL124 CL808 R904

C115
C186 C192 R768
CL533

C519

JL146
JL145
JL160 JL159
CL535

C506
CL538 CL540 R819 R813
CL532
CL542
CL544
CL546

R858
CL539 CL541 JL157 CL813

JL518 CL549
JL133 A9 B9 C9 D9 E9 F9 G9 H9 J9 K9 L9 M9 N9 P9 R9 T9 JL158

2
R820
CL534 C320 JL134 R821 R766

1
C575 C516 A8 B8 C8 D8 E8 F8 G8 H8 J8 K8 L8 M8 N8 P8 R8 T8
JL155 R867
CL527 JL513 A7 B7 C7 D7 E7 F7 G7 H7 J7 K7 L7 M7 N7 P7 R7 T7 R822 R856
CL537 JL522 JL1106 JL120 JL156 R823 R863 R767

JL519

JL121
R860
IC101

R865 R862
(CHASSIS) 2
CN501
44 C533
JL119
C185 JL147
IC103 JL191 CL886
R920
R770

R861
C311
CL615

CL821
1 45 CL616 C184
A3 B3 C3 D3 E3 F3 G3 H3 J3 K3 L3 M3 N3 P3 R3 T3
JL126 R864 R772
A2 B2 C2 D2 E2 F2 G2 H2 J2 K2 L2 M2 N2 P2 R2 T2
JL127 100 26
CL612 C321 A1 B1 C1 D1 E1 F1 G1 H1 J1 K1 L1 M1 N1 P1 R1 T1
1 25

JL118
CL526 C577 R531
CL547

R521 JL154 JL148 JL153 CL890 CL883


C312 JL131 C183 CL878 RB301
CL543
CL545

JL132
JL125
CL530 JL1103
CL854 CL855 C812 CL857
C690

R533 R585

C810
JL525 JL123
R522

IC520

CL889

C193
CL531 JL527 JL122 JL149 CL849

F
C583 C586

JL128

JL189
JL130

1
IC803

JL192
C524

R868

JL151
JL152
JL129
CL614 JL1104
C553

C806

CN301
C523

JL150

R871
CL661 JL526 C182 X801 CL888
1

CL673

C159
R110
C130
JL554

R118

R847
JL190

R105
CN660
2

CL662 C816 R880 R307

R910

R909
CL663 RB112 R837
C521

JL826 R318 (NC)

R869
R395 JL188 R872 R886 R308

R908
R911
CL664 C313
C390 P64
CL666 P129 1 7 E K A R386
P65 D803
P128 CN806 Q801
C384

6
BD DRIVE 2 8
JL1007

CL667
JL1005

C610
8

BPX-7 CL668 R870 C809 R387


C643 C642 JL1101
9

CL669 JL1003 JL135


JL104

C172

C178
JL103

C314
C177
JL199
JL170 JL102

C179
JL168 JL169

JL172 JL198
JL136

JL1102
JL105
JL106 JL167
JL1008
JL1006

C180
C176
C646

JL101

X801
JL1004
JL1002

JL1001

R246
JL171 RB101 R245

JL173
G
JL117 JL142
C647 C618 C226 C221
JL166 JL143
JL114 C269
JL165 C220
C1003 C227
A1 A2 A3 A7 A8 A9

C811
C622 B1 B2 B3 B7 B8 B9
RB103
C603 JL164 C1 C2 C3 C7 C8 C9 JL140 RB102 RB104 L209
48 25
JL115

JL141 L201
C628
C601

JL116 JL163 D1 D2 D3 D7 D8 D9 JL175


C190

JL162 E1 E2 B3 E7 E8 E9
C168
R113

R117
C631

R228
L208
JL174

F1 F2 F3 F7 F8 F9
CN804 JL139 R204

L203
JL161

1
G1 G2 G3 G7 G8 G9
JL107 RB105
C600
FB600

R108

C208

C201
R111

H1 H2 B3 H7 H8 H9

IC102 J1 J2 J3 J7 J8 J9
L204
D220

A
CL677
CL678

K1 K2 K3 K7 K8 K9 JL196
L1 L2 L3 L7 L8 L9
SWR1

CN202
JL195
IC1001
JL138

C206

C207
JL194
JL176

M1 M2 M3 M7 M8 M9

C238
CN670

SWITCHING
N1 N2 N3 N7 N8 N9

E
JL1014 L202 L207
1

P1 P2 P3 P7 P8 P9
JL193 R275
H
C6212

POWER KEY
C6205

R1 R2 R3 R7 R8 R9
2

REGULATOR
T1 T2 T3 T7 T8 T9
JL177 R231
JL1013
BOARD JL197 JL185 JL109 JL178
(Page 51)
4

CL675 JL112
5

JL187 JL108 C252


TP41
JL113

JL181
JL179
JL186

JL1012 JL111 JL110


RB106 C244
C191

R896

R898
C253
JL180

R888

R889

R887

R824

R825

L206
IC205
JL183

JL182

(Page 58) C245


JL184

24

8
C426 C428 1
C251
R305

C680 R260
2 14 20 R215 R216
C1001

E
Q202
5 1 C1002 CN805 CN803
JL1009

R258 R259

JL221
1 15 21

Q205
JL1010
JL1011

C212
CN402 R306 R211

C214
I

Q206
R1001

R217
R218
(CHASSIS)
R734 C818
E C719

Q702 S G
Q701

R733
(CHASSIS) SP, RU

13, 21
EXCEPT SP, RU SP, RU 1-886-840- (13, 21)
J NFC
2 14 2 20
CN805 CN803

B 1 15 1 21

PANEL BOARD
CN51
(Page 56)
K
C D
PANEL BOARD PANEL BOARD
CN02 CN01
(Page 56) (Page 56)

Note 1: IC101, IC102, IC103, IC706, IC801 and IC1001 on the


MB1002 board cannot exchange with single. When Note 2: When replacing the WLAN/BT COMBO card, refer to
these parts on the MB1002 board are damaged, ex- “CHECKING METHOD OF NETWORK OPERATION”
change the entire mounted board. (page 11).
HBD-E2100/E3100/E4100/E6100
43 43
HBD-E2100/E3100/E3200/E4100/E6100
Ver. 1.5

6-7. PRINTED WIRING BOARD - MB1002 Board (Conductor Side) - • See page 36 for Circuit Boards Location. • : Uses unleaded solder.

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16

MB1002 BOARD
B (CONDUCTOR SIDE)

JL714

R416
C410
JL715 CL714 CL713
R455

R415
D202 R412 C409

C407
Q208 R406
A K

R249
JL716

IC403
E JL214 JL718 JL719
C C241 C243
C706 JL403 JL717 R708

R709

R707
C714
JL402 C713

R276
CL719

R248

C715
JL226 CL401

IC201

R717
R716
R718
R719

C716
JL401

R256
JL220
R252

R739
C729

C722
R443 R444 Q404

E
R247
C723

C728
C727

IC703
JL216 R738
JL217

C726
Q405

IC704

C712
C431

R741

R740
C758
C711

R445

C731
R751 R744 R743 R713

R712
R752

Q703
R754

R749
R750
SP, RU

C351

R753
C360
C316

C361
C315 C325 JL592

C324
C317
R385 C381 JL593 CL596 JL591

C356
C380

R859
JL825
D804 R876 CL887
R848 R779 R777

R928
CL597
R892

C358
C357
R778
CL839
R850

JL516
R780

CL827
R782
E
CL882
CL842

C513 CL702

C140
R914 C328 R781

C326
R853 C152 C514
C801 JL520

C135
CL811
C327

C157

C175
C323
R807

C136
C802
R854 C133 JL523
CL705 R810 R811 R808 JL521
R855
JL740 R809 C149

R107
CL704

C188
R103
C803
CL879
C807

C804

C148
R927
R835
CL853
CL852
CL851

C822
RB302

C174
JL301

F CL856 R926
R553

R457
C440
JL303

C318
JL304 C167 R101

CL317
C141 R456
JL315 C173 C187 C441
C322
JL306

56
C169
JL302

C607
JL317

C163

C662

R647
R648
C823

R646
R316
R304
C824

IC805 C235
R243

R219

CL601

RB107
R269

IC601
R645

RB110
R244 R268 JL212 CL613

RB109
R918

RB108

G
IC203

RB802 JL211 JL213 CL617


C264

R644

R643
JL815 R226 C263 CL619
CL1200
C236

C223

JL816
JL817 R274 RB111

C630 C629
C118
R873

JL818
C120
R229
C261

JL819 C108

28

29
C217 C216 C205
R106 C109

C609
JL821
R874

R116
C204

JL820
C257

C634
JL202
JL814
JL210 IC204

C122
JL209 R115

C121
C142
C259

JL208

C123
R230
C250
C254

H JL207 C237
C262

R209
R203

F202 C249 JL201


R263

Q201

JL205
E

C817
R210

F201 JL802
JL204
TH802
R264 C247

Q803 G S

F203
R900

IC804

R901
JL804
JL206 Q804 E JL409
C805
Q203
C813

JL408 JL411

R1010
JL885

JL883

F802

R237 C234

C429
IC406

R437
JL807
JL884 JL801 JL808 JL806 JL809 JL812 JL410
R212 JL827 R434
R236

JL811

I C815
R884
Q204 CL402
Q207

JL810
JL887 JL886
E

JL224

C424
R459 R431 C423

JL225

13, 21
1-886-840- (13, 21)
J

Note: IC203, IC204 and IC601 on the MB1002 board cannot


exchange with single. When these parts on the MB1002
board are damaged, exchange the entire mounted board.

HBD-E2100/E3100/E4100/E6100
44 44
HBD-E2100/E3100/E3200/E4100/E6100
Ver. 1.5

6-8. SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM - MB1002 Board (1/6) - • See page 59 for IC Block Diagrams. • See page 64 for IC Pin Function Descriptions.

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17

MB1002 BOARD (1/6) NFD7 JL1001 P73 P86 D0DQ0


NFD7 RDQ0
NFD6 P107 D0DQ1
A JL1002 P71 JL198
NFD6 RDQ1
NFD5 JL1003 P70 P84 D0DQ2
NFD5 RDQ2
NFD4 JL1004 P69 P109 D0DQ3
NFD4 RDQ3
P82 JL199 D0DQ4
RDQ4
NFD3 JL1005 P68 P111 D0DQ5 RB101 RB107
NFD3 RDQ5 47 47
NFD2 JL1006 P67 P83 D0DQ6 D0CKE D0CKE_2G D0A0_2G D0DQ0 D0CKE D0CKE_1G D0A0_1G E3 D0DQ16
NFD2 RDQ6 N3 E3 JL188 N3 JL131
NFD1 P110 D0DQ7 A0 DQL0 A0 DQL0
JL1007 P66 D0A10 D0A10_2G D0A1_2G P7 F7 JL114 D0DQ1 D0A10 D0A10_1G D0A1_1G P7 F7 D0DQ17
NFD1 RDQ7 A1 DQL1 A1 DQL1
NFD0 JL1008 P65 P106 D0DQ8 D0BA1 D0BA1_2G D0A2_2G D0DQ2 D0BA1 D0BA1_1G D0A2_1G F2 D0DQ18
NFD0 RDQ8 P3 F2 P3
P88 D0DQ9 A2 DQL2 A2 DQL2
B MB1002 NFCEN
RDQ9
P105 D0DQ10
D0A4 D0A4_2G D0A3_2G
D0A4_2G
N2
P8
A3 DQL3
F8
H3 JL115
D0DQ3
D0DQ4
D0A4 D0A4_1G D0A3_1G
D0A4_1G
N2
P8
A3 DQL3
F8
H3 JL132
D0DQ19
D0DQ20
RDQ10 A4 DQL4 A4 DQL4
NFRBN JL1009 P74 P87 JL1101 D0DQ11
BOARD RB102 D0A5_2G JL197 P2 H8 D0DQ5 RB108 D0A5_1G JL189 P2 H8 D0DQ21

1
NFRBN RDQ11 A5 DQL5 A5 DQL5
NFREN JL1010 P75 P103 JL1102 D0DQ12 47 47
D0A1 D0A1_2G D0A6_2G R8 G2 D0DQ6 D0A1 D0A1_1G D0A6_1G R8 G2 D0DQ22
(3/6) NFCEN JL1011 P76
NFREN RDQ12
P89 D0DQ13 D0A6 D0A6_2G D0A7_2G R2
A6 DQL6
H7 D0DQ7 D0A6 D0A6_1G D0A7_1G R2
A6 DQL6
H7 D0DQ23
NFCEN RDQ13
(Page 47) NFWEN RDQ14
P104 D0DQ14 D0A8 D0A8_2G D0A8_2G T8
A7 DQL7
D7 D0DQ8 D0A8 D0A8_1G D0A8_1G T8
A7 DQL7
D7 JL133 D0DQ24
NFCLE JL1012 P77 P90 D0DQ15 A8 DQU0 A8 DQU0
NFCLE RDQ15 D0A11 D0A11_2G D0A9_2G R3 C3 D0DQ9 D0A11 D0A11_1G D0A9_1G R3 C3 D0DQ25
NFALE P78 A9 DQU1 A9 DQU1
JL1013 D0A10_2G JL196 L7 C8 D0DQ10 D0A10_1G L7 C8 D0DQ26
1 NC NC 48 NFALE P99 D0DM0 A10 DQU2 A10 DQU2
NFWEN JL1014 P79 RDQM0 RB109
C IC1001
H27U2G8F2CTR-BCR 2 NC NC 47
NFWEN
RDQS0
P94 D0DQS0
D0A12
RB103
47
D0A12_2G
D0A11_2G
D0A12_2G
R7
N7
A11 DQU3
C2
A7
JL116
JL117
D0DQ11
D0DQ12 D0A12
47
D0A12_1G
D0A11_1G
D0A12_1G
R7
N7
A11 DQU3
C2
A7 JL134
D0DQ27
D0DQ28
IC1001 3 NC NC 46
RDQS0_
P95 D0DQS0B
D0RAS D0RAS_2G
A12 DQU4
A2 D0DQ13 D0RAS D0RAS_1G
A12 DQU4
A2 D0DQ29
DQU5 DQU5
IC B/D P91 D0DM1 D0ODT D0ODT_2G
DQU6
B8 D0DQ14 D0ODT D0ODT_1G
DQU6
B8 D0DQ30
4 NC NC 45 RDQM1
NAND FLASH P100 D0DQS1 D0CAS D0CAS_2G D0BA0_2G JL195 M2 A3 D0DQ15 D0CAS D0CAS_1G D0BA0_1G JL190 M2 A3 D0DQ31
NFD7 RDQS1 BA0 DQU7 BA0 DQU7
5 NC IO8 44 P101 D0DQS1B D0BA1_2G JL194 N8 D0BA1_1G JL191 N8
1.5 RDQS1_ BA1 BA1
RB104 D0BA2_2G JL193 M3 RB110 D0BA2_1G JL192 M3
NFD6 BA2 47 BA2
6 NC IO7 43 P97 D0CK0B 47
1.5 D0WE D0WE_2G D0WE D0WE_1G
RCLK0_
NFRBN 3.3 NFD5 P98 D0CK0 D0A0_2G
D 7 RY/BY IO6 42 RCLK0 D0A0 D0A0 D0A0_1G
3.3
D0A3 D0A3_2G D0DM1 JL101 D3 J1 D0A3 D0A3_1G D0DM3 JL118 D3 J1
NFREN 3.3 NFD4 P148 D0DQ16 DMU NC DMU NC
8 RE IO5 41 JL1103
3.3 RDQ16 D0A13 D0A13_2G D0DQS1 JL102 C7 J9 D0A13 D0A13_1G D0DQS3 JL119 C7 J9
NFCEN 3.3 P169 D0DQ17 DQSU NC DQSU NC
9 CE NC 40 RDQ17 D0DQS1B JL103 B7 L1 D0DQS3B JL120 B7 L1
P146 D0DQ18 /DQSU NC /DQSU NC
RDQ18 RB105 L9 RB111 L9
10 NC NC 39 P171 D0DQ19 47 NC 47 NC
RDQ19 D0A9 D0A9_2G D0DM0 JL104 E7 M7 D0A9 D0A9_1G D0DM2 JL121 E7 M7
R1001 C1001 P144 D0DQ20 DML NC DML NC
0.001 JL1104
3.3k RDQ20 D0DQS0 JL105 F3 T7 D0DQS2 JL122 F3 T7
11 NC NC 38 P173 DQSL NC DQSL NC
D0DQ21
3.3 RDQ21 D0RRESET D0RRESET_2G D0DQS0B JL106 G3 T3 D0A13_2G D0RRESET D0RRESET_1G D0DQS2B JL123 G3 T3 D0A13_1G
12 Vcc Vcc 37 P145 D0DQ22 /DQSL A13 /DQSL A13
IC101 (1/3) RDQ22 D0A7 D0A7_2G D0A7 D0A7_1G
E 13 Vss Vss 36
3.3 C1003
0.1 CXD90019R-BA
RDQ23
P172 D0DQ23
D0CK0
R106 100
J7 D0CK1
R107 100
J7
C1002 IC101 RDQ24
P168 JL1105 D0DQ24
RB106 D0CK0B K7
CK
RB112 D0CK1B K7
CK
R1010 0.1 P150 D0DQ25 100 /CK 100 /CK
14 NC NC 35 BD DECODER
10k RDQ25 D0A2 D0A2_2G D0CKE_2G JL107 K9 D0A2 D0A2_1G D0CKE_1G JL124 K9
P167 D0DQ26 CKE CKE
15 NC NC 34 RDQ26 D0A5 D0A5_2G C190 100p D0A5 D0A5_1G C192 100p
P149 D0DQ27
RDQ27 D0BA2 D0BA2_2G D0CS_2G JL108 L2 D0BA2 D0BA2_1G D0CSX_1G JL125 L2
NFCLE 3.3
P165 D0DQ28 /CS /CS
16 CLE NC 33 JL1106
RDQ28 D0BA0 D0BA0_2G D0RAS_2G JL109 J3 H1 D0BA0 D0BA0_1G D0RAS_1G JL126 J3 H1
NFALE 3.3 NFD3 P151 D0DQ29 /RAS VREFDQ /RAS VREFDQ
17 ALE IO4 32 RDQ29 D0CAS_2G JL110 K3 M8 D0CAS_1G JL127 K3 M8
3.3 P166 D0DQ30 /CAS VREFCA /CAS VREFCA
D0CS_2G D0WE_2G D0CSX_1G
F MB1002 NFWEN 3.3
18 WE IO3 31
NFD2 RDQ30
P152 D0DQ31
D0CS R117 22
D0RRESET_2G
JL111 L3
/WE
C142
D0CSX R118 22 D0WE_1G JL128 L3
/WE
C159
3.3 RDQ31 JL112 T2 D0RRESET_1G JL129 T2
BOARD /RESET 0.1 /RESET 0.1

2
0.6 NFD1 D0CK0 D0CK1
NAND_RESET 19 WP IO2 30 P162 D0DM2 C191 100p C193 100p
(6/6) 3.3
NFD0
RDQM2
P157 D0DQS2
D0CK0B D0ODT_2G JL113 K1
ODT ZQ
L8 R108 240 D0CK1B D0ODT_1G JL130 K1
ODT ZQ
L8 R109 240
20 NC IO1 29 RDQS2
(Page 50) 3.3
RDQS2_
P158 D0DQS2B
21 NC NC 28
P153 D0DM3
22 NC NC 27 RDQM3
P163 D0DQS3
RDQS3
23 NC NC 26 P164 D0DQS3B A9 B2 C118 0.1 A9 B2
G RDQS3_ JL138
JL139
B3
VSS
VSS
VDD
VDD
D9
JL163
JL164
B3
VSS
VSS
VDD
VDD
D9
24 NC NC 25 P160 D0CK1 E1 G7
E1 G7 C120 0.1 C133 0.01
RCLK1 JL140 VSS VDD JL165 VSS VDD
P159 D0CK1B G8 K2 C121 0.1 G8 K2
RCLK1_ JL141 VSS VDD JL166 VSS VDD
J2 K8 C122 0.1 J2 K8 C135 0.1
P131 D0A0 JL142 VSS VDD JL167 VSS VDD
C169 0.1 P81 RA0 J8 N1 J8 N1
DDRVCCK_1 P120 D0A1 JL143 VSS VDD JL168 VSS VDD
C172 0.1 P92 RA1 M1 N9 C123 0.01 M1 N9 C136 0.1
DDRVCCK_2 P136 D0A2 JL144 VSS VDD JL169 VSS VDD
C173 0.1 P112 RA2 M9 R1 M9 R1
DDRVCCK_3 P138 D0A3 JL145 VSS VDD JL170 VSS VDD
C174 0.1 P154 RA3 P1 R9 P1 R9
H C175 0.1 P174
DDRVCCK_4
RA4
P119
P137
D0A4
D0A5
JL146
JL147
P9
VSS
VSS
VDD JL171
JL172
P9
VSS
VSS
VDD
DDRVCCK_5
RA5 T1 A1 T1 A1
P121 D0A6 JL148 VSS VDDQ JL173 VSS VDDQ
RA6 T9 A8 T9 A8
P135 D0A7 JL149 VSS VDDQ JL174 VSS VDDQ
CORE_1.2V RA7 C1 C1
C176 0.1 P85 P122 D0A8 JL150 VDDQ JL175 VDDQ
DDRVCCIO_1 RA8 B1 C9 B1 C9 C140 0.1
C177 0.1 P96 P133 D0A9 JL151 VSSQ VDDQ JL176 VSSQ VDDQ
DDRVCCIO_2 RA9 B9 D2 B9 D2
C178 0.1 P102 P117 D0A10 JL152 VSSQ VDDQ JL177 VSSQ VDDQ
DDRVCCIO_3 RA10 D1 E9 D1 E9
3.3V C179 0.1 P108 P124 D0A11 JL153 VSSQ VDDQ JL178 VSSQ VDDQ
DDRVCCIO_4 RA11 D8 F1 D8 F1
I C180 0.1 P123
P129
DDRVCCIO_5 RA12
P125
P132
D0A12
D0A13
JL154
JL155
E2
VSSQ
VSSQ
VDDQ
VDDQ
H2
JL179
JL180
E2
VSSQ
VSSQ
VDDQ
VDDQ
H2
DDRVCCIO_6 RA13 E8 H9 E8 H9 C141 10
C182 0.1 P143 JL156 VSSQ VDDQ JL181 VSSQ VDDQ
DDRVCCIO_7 F9 F9
C183 0.1 P147 JL157 VSSQ JL182 VSSQ
DDRVCCIO_8 G1 G1
C184 0.1 P156 P140 D0BA0 JL158 VSSQ JL183 VSSQ
C163 DDRVCCIO_9 RBA0 G9 G9
P118 JL159 VSSQ JL184 VSSQ
MB1002 10 C185 0.1 P161
DDRVCCIO_A RBA1
D0BA1
JL160 JL185
C186 0.1 P170 P139 D0BA2
BOARD DDRVCCIO_B RBA2

J (2/6) 3 C187 0.1 P93


DDRVREF RCKE
P116 D0CKE
JL161
JL162
IC102
JL186
JL187
IC103
(Page 46) RCS_
P128 D0CS K4B2G1646Q-BCMA K4B2G1646Q-BCMA
R112
1k
R115
1k
R101
1k
C188 0.1 P155
DDRVREF RCAS_
P127 D0CAS
IC102 IC103
C167 P126 D0RAS SD-RAM
RRAS_ SD-RAM
0.1 *CSP *CSP
R114 C115 R116 R103 P130 D0WE
RWE_ (Chip Size Package) (Chip Size Package)
1k 0.1 1k 1k P113 P141 D0ODT
RODT
AVDD33_MEMPLL
DDR_1.5V

0.1
0.1

0.1
P114 P134 D0RRESET

10
R105 R111 RRESET

1
1
1
JL135 TP_MEMPLL
K 1k 1k
JL136
P115
TN_MEMPLL
RCSX_ P142 D0CSX

C108
C109
C170
C157
C152
C149
C148
R110 C130 R113 C168
1k 0.1 1k 0.1
GND

Note: IC101, IC102, IC103 and IC1001 on the MB1002 board cannot
exchange with single. When these parts on the MB1002 board
HBD-E2100/E3100/E4100/E6100
are damaged, exchange the entire mounted board.
45 45
HBD-E2100/E3100/E3200/E4100/E6100
Ver. 1.5

6-9. SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM - MB1002 Board (2/6) -

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17

MB1002 BOARD (2/6)


A
5.3 0.8

1 2 3 4
MB1002 BOARD

VOUT
FB
GND
N.C
8
IC201
BD00GA3WEFJ-E2 DCDC5V (3/6)

FIN(GND)
IC201 (Page 47)

VCC
N.C
N.C
EN
CN201 9 DC FAN DRIVER
2P 8 7 6 5
JL218
B M1 M
DC-FAN +
DC-FAN -
2
1
JL219
12 3.3

FE_SW12V
(FAN) C242 R249 D202 L205
FE_SW5V
MB1002
0.1 22uH
5.6k DA2J10100L L207 JL221 BOARD
C241
10
R276 JL220
L206
2.2uH
C249
0.1
10uH
C250 R258 4 5
5 5

6
5 FE_GND_M
3.3V 9 (4/6)
100 C243 0.001 8.2k S D D GND
10 5.5 12 10
Q206 CORE_1.2V (Page 48)
R256 4 3 2 1 PMG85XP R211 C212
1.8k IC205 5V VOLTAGE 33k 0.01

BOOT
GND
SW
VIN
5.3 2.4 RT7256ALZSP CONTROL
C Q208
LSCR523UBFS8TL C244 C245 IC205
C254
0.001
C252
22
C253
22
R259
47k
G D
3 2 1
D

10 10

COMP
3 DC FAN DRIVER DC-DC CONVERTER 5 5

EN
SS
FB
9
R252 R248 C240
470 1k 0.1 5 6 7 8
JL214
MB1002 FAN_CONT
JL216
JL215
1 0 3.3 3.6

R212
BOARD JL217 R247 1k 33k

(6/6) 4 FAN_ON
PVDD_VOL_SEL
R264
12k
C251
0.01 R263
3.3
R260
10k Q207
0
2.9
D (Page 50)
EN_POWER C247
2200p
LTC014EUBFS8TL
OVERLOAD
DETECTION
MB1002 R275 1k
PCONT_WOL_STANDBY
BOARD
(4/6) 5 FE_GND_M
GND GND
MB1002
(Page 48) PCONT2
BOARD
JL226
JL225
JL224

JL211

E
EN_POWER
PVDD_CONT
1
2
JL210
JL209
PCONT3
PCONT1 10 (6/6)
DGND 3
JL208
UNSW12V (Page 50)
SWR1 AGND 4
JL207
SWITCHING FE_GND 5
REGULATOR JL205 3.3VA
(1/3) UNSW12V 6 F202 3.15A 32V
JL204 UNSW5.5V
ICUNSW12V 7
JL206
FEUNSW12V 8
CN202 3.3V
F 8P
F201 3.15A 32V
L203
2.2uH C216
10 17 C217
F203 3.15A 32V 10

GND
MB1002 Q205
Q204
1
12 C236
A_GND PMG85XP VIN1 VIN2 16 0.1
BOARD PMG85XP L208 C223 0.1 12 5.3 L209
6
3.3V VOLTAGE 2
12V VOLTAGE JL212 2.2uH VBST1 VBST2 15 2.2uH JL213
CONTROL 5.3
(6/6)
5.5
CONTROL 3 SW1 SW2 14 UNSW5.5V
ICUNSW12V R269 R226 3.3
R245
G (Page 50) 12 12 12
3.3 3.3 3.3
68k C226 C227
1k
4 PGND1 PGND2 13
0 C264 56k MB1002
6 5 4 5 EN1 EN2 12 0.01
22 22
4 5 6 D220 R268 C263 0 0 R244
BOARD
11
D D S 5.6k 0.01 6 SS1 SS2 11 82k
S D D BZT52H-C6V2 0 0
C234 R236 0
7 VFB1 VFB2 10
5.6
(3/6)
R215 C214 R217 R218 0.01 47k 8 VREG5 9
33k 0.01 2.2k 2.2k R219
GND
C235
(Page 47)
D D G 22k
G D D 1 C220 C221 R243
1 2 3 22 22 22k
3 2 1
3.3 3.3 1.4
6 12 12 IC203
TPS54295PWPR
H C269 R246
R237
1 33k
IC203
R216 33k DC-DC CONVERTER
33k GND
0 0
2.9 Q202 Q203 2.9
LTC014EUBFS8TL LTC014EUBFS8TL PCONT3
OVERLOAD OVERLOAD CORE_1.2V
DETECTION
MB1002
DETECTION
MB1002 BOARD
UNSW5.5V
BOARD 3.3VA PCONT1 12 (5/6)
I (5/6) 7 GND
L204
(Page 49)
(Page 49) 2.2uH C259
10 C257
17 10

12 C205
1 VIN1 VIN2 16 0.1
MB1002 3.3V
JL201
L202
2.2uH
C237 0.1 12
2 VBST1 VBST2 15
5.3 L201
2.2uH JL202
5.3 1.5
BOARD CORE_1.2V 3 SW1 SW2 14

J (1/6) 3 GND
R231 C206 C207 C238
1.2
4
5
PGND1 PGND2 13
EN1 EN2 12
0
DDR_1.5V 4.7k
(Page 45) R209
1.5k
22 22 0.01
C262 0
6 SS1 SS2 11
0 C261
0.01
R228
18k
0.01 0 0
7 VFB1 VFB2 10
0 5.6 C201 C208
8 GND VREG5 9 22 22
R230 R203 C204 R274 R204
8.2k 1k 1 1k 3.3k

2.9 IC204
TPS54295PWPR
K 0.7 Q201
LTC014EUBFS8TL
R210 OVERLOAD IC204 R229
22k
2.2k DETECTION DC-DC CONVERTER

Note: IC203 and IC204 on the MB1002 board cannot exchange


with single. When these parts on the MB1002 board are
HBD-E2100/E3100/E4100/E6100 damaged, exchange the entire mounted board.
46 46
HBD-E2100/E3100/E3200/E4100/E6100
Ver. 1.5

6-10. SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM - MB1002 Board (3/6) - • See page 59 for IC Block Diagrams. • See page 64 for IC Pin Function Descriptions.

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17

MB1002 BOARD (3/6) CORE_1.2V

A IC101 (2/3) UNSW5.5V


5 5.5
CXD90019R-BA
4 5
IC101 MB1002

Vout

Vin
BD DECODER IC408
MM1839A50NRE BOARD
11
C408 C414
IC408 1 1
(2/6)

GND
Cont
NC
+5V REG
3 2 1 R419 (Page 46)
1k
B C311 0.1 P36 AVDD33_VDAC P232 C351 C350
5.2 PCONT3
DVCC33_IO_1 _BG 0.1 10
C312 0.1 P46 AVDD33_VDAC P233 3.3V
DVCC33_IO_2 _X
C313 0.1 P61 P234 GND
DVCC33_IO_3 VDACX_OUT CL318
C314 0.1 P72
DVCC33_IO_4 C353 C352
C315 0.1
AVDD33_HDMI
P217 0.1 0.1 MB1002 BOARD
15
Q401
C316 0.1 AVDD12_HDMI_C P226 LSK3541FS8T2L
3.3 3.3
CEC (6/6)
C317 0.1 P240 AVDD12_HDMI P227 CEC DRIVER
MB1002 BOARD
DVCC33_IO_7 _D P228
C356
(Page 50)
C AVSS12_HDMI

1
NFCEN 0.1 CN401
(1/6) NFWEN
C320 0.1 P27
DVCC12_K_1
5.5
19P
C321 0.1 P42 P225 CH2_P CH2_P
(Page 45) C318 0.1 P60
DVCC12_K_2 CH2_P
P224 CH2_N
1 TMDS DATA2 +
R305 R306 DVCC12_K_3 CH2_M 2 TMDS DATA2 SHIELD
10k 10k C322 0.1 P80 IC403 CH2_N
DVCC12_K_4 TC7WHU04FK 3 TMDS DATA2 -
C323 0.1 P175 P223 CH1_P CH1_P
UNSW3.3V_MTK
SIRCS R304 C324 0.1 P216
DVCC12_K_5 CH1_P
P222 CH1_N IC403 4 TMDS DATA1 +
SIRCS 10k DVCC12_K_6 CH1_M 5 TMDS DATA1 SHIELD
UPG_STATUS
UPG_STATUS C325 0.1 P248
DVCC12_K_7 IC B/D CH1_N
6 TMDS DATA1 -
WOL_INT P221 CH0_P WAVE SHAPER CH0_P
D WOL_INT
START_BIT
CH0_P
P220 CH0_N
7 TMDS DATA0 +
START_BIT CH0_M 8 TMDS DATA0 SHIELD
MB1002 XIF_CS
XIF_CS CL401 CH0_N
9 TMDS DATA0 -
IF_SDI P184 P219 CLK_P 5 2Y GND 4
BOARD CLK_P HDMI

13
DVCC33_IO_STB_1 CLK_P 1.5 R412 10 TMDS CLOCK +
IF_SDI 6 3A 2A 3 OUT ARC
OPWRSB P198 P218 CLK_N 220k
(6/6) OPWRSB
IF_SCK
DVCC33_IO_STB_2 CLK_M 1.5

3.3
7 1Y 3Y 2
1.6

1.6 CLK_N
11 TMDS CLOCK SHELD
12 TMDS CLOCK -
(Page 50) IF_SCK
SYS_REQ C326 0.1 P176
AVDD33_LDO HDMISCK
P200 JL401 HDMISCK 8 VCC 1A 1
13 CEC
SYS_REQ
IF_SDO C327 1 P177 P199 JL402 HDMISD
IF_SDO AVDD12_LDO HDMISD C407 R406 10k 14 RESERVED (ARC)
CPU_XRST C328 1 P197 JL403 HTPLG 0.1 HDMISCK JL401 R422 22
E CPU_XRST HTPLG
CEC
P201 WIFI_PCONT
R415
47k
C410
1 HDMISD JL402 R423 22
15 SCL

R457 16 SDA
C441 C440 R456 R410 1.8k
JIG_MODE1 0.01 12p 220 17 DDC/CEC GND
C330 0.1 P231 100 R455 C409 R416 R411 1.8k
AVDD33_PLLGP 470 0.01 18 +5V POWER
X301 P229 P236 C358 C357 68 HTPLG JL403 R424 1k
NS_XTALI AVDD33_DAC 1 10 19 HPD
27MHz P230 P238 C401 0.1

100k
C331 NS_XTALO AVSS33_DAC
10p P235 C359 1 C415
3 1 VMID_PWMDAC R425 R402 47k
68 1

R331
P237 R353 100 AOMCLK
2 4 AL0
F RB301 AR0
P239 AOBCLK
CN380
10k P242 AOLRCK 8P 2
C332 R332 AOLRCK
1.8k P243 AOSDATA0 3
12p AOSDATA0
CN301 AOSDATA1
P62 P244
6P SCL AOSDATA1
JL301 CL317 P63 P245 AOSDATA2 4
3.3V 1 SDA AOSDATA2
JL302 P59 P246 JL320 SPDIF_IN 5