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MD0412597C3

CD Stereo System
SA-AK230GCP
Colour
(S)... Silver Type

Specifications
n AMPLIFIER SECTION Track system 4 track, 2 channel
RMS output power Heads
THD 10%, both channels driven Record/playback Solid permalloy head
1 kHz 100 W per channel (5 Ω) Erasure Double gap ferrite head
Total RMS power 200 W Motor DC servo motor
n FM/AM TUNER, TERMINALS SECTION Recording system AC bias 100 kHz
Preset station FM 15 stations Erasing system AC erase 100 kHz
AM 15 stations Tape speed 4.8 cm/s
Frequency Modulation (FM) Overall frequency response (+3 dB, -6 dB at DECK OUT)
Frequency range NORMAL 35 Hz - 14 kHz
87.50 - 108.00 MHz (50 kHz S/N 50 dB (A weighted)
steps) Wow and flutter 0.18 % (WRMS)
Sensitivity 2.5 µV (IHF) Fast forward and rewind time Approx. 120 seconds with
S/N 26 dB 2.2 µV C-60 cassette tape
Antenna terminal(s) 75 Ω (unbalanced) n DISC SECTION
Amplitude Modulation (AM) Discs played [8 cm or 12 cm]
Frequency range (1) CD-Audio (CD-DA)
522 - 1629 kHz (9 kHz steps) (2) CD-R/RW (CD-DA, MP3 formatted discs)
520 - 1630 kHz (10 kHz steps) (3) MP3
Sensitivity Bit rate
S/N 20 dB (at 999 kHz) 560 µV/m MP3 32 kbps - 320 kbps
Audio performance (Amplifier) Sampling frequency
Input sensitivity/Input impedance MP3 32 kHz, 44.1 kHz, 48 kHz
Aux 250 mV,14.7 kΩ CD 44.1 kHz
Phone jack Decoding 16 bit linear
Terminal Stereo, 3.5 mm jack Digital filter 8 fs
n CASSETTE DECK SECTION

© 2004 Matsushita Electric Industrial Co. Ltd.. All


rights reserved. Unauthorized copying and
distribution is a violation of law.
SA-AK23 0GCP

D/A converter MASH (1 bit DAC) Mass 6.9 kg


Pickup Operating temperature range +5 to +35°C
Wavelength 780 nm Operating humidity range 5 to 90% RH (no condensation)
Beam Source Semiconductor laser n SYSTEM
Audio output (Disc) SC-AK230 (GCP) Music center: SA-AK230 (GCP)
Number of channels 2 (Stereo) (FL,FR) Speaker: SB-AK230 (GC)
n GENERAL Notes:
Power Supply AC 110-127/220-240 V, 50/60 Hz 1. Specifications are subject to change without notice. Mass and
Power consumption 179 W dimensions are approximate.

Power consumption in standby 0.85 W 2. Total harmonic distortion is measured by the digital spectrum
mode analyzer.

Dimensions (W x H x D) 250 x 330 x 341 mm

CONTENTS
Page Page
1 Before Use 4 11.3. Checking of Panel, Deck & Deck Mechanism P.C.B. 41
2 Before Repair and Adjustment 4 11.4. Checking of Power P.C.B. 42
3 Protection Circuitry 4 12 Self-Diagnostic Function 43
4 Prevention of Electro Static Discharge (ESD) to 12.1. Self-diagnostic display 43
Electrostatically Sensitive (ES) Devices 4 12.2. How to enter the Self-Diagnostic Function 43
5 Handling the Lead-free Solder 5 12.3. Cassette Mechanism Test (For error code H01, H02, H03,
5.1. About lead free solder (PbF) 5 F01) 43
6 Handling Precautions For Traverse Deck 6 12.4. CD Mechanism Test (F15, F26, F16, F17, F27, F28, F29,
7 Precaution of Laser Diode 7 F30, H15 & H16) 43
8 Accessories 8 12.5. To clear all Error code 44
9 Operation Procedures 9 12.6. To exit from Self-Diagnostic function 44
10 Disassembly and Assembly of Main Component 11 12.7. Power Amplifier Failure (F61) 44
10.1. Disassembly flow chart 11 12.8. Description of Error Code 44
10.2. Gear for servicing (jig) Information 12 13 CD Test Mode Function 46
10.3. Disassembly of Top Cabinet 13 13.1. How to set CD test mode 46
10.4. Disassembly of CD Lid 13 13.2. CD Automatically Adjustment result indication 46
10.5. Disassembly of Rear Panel 15 13.3. CD Mecha Aging Test Mode (CR20) 46
10.6. Disassembly of CD Mechanism Unit 15 13.4. Micon ROM Checksum and Version Display Mode 47
10.7. Disassembly of Main P.C.B. 16 14 Measurements and Adjustments 48
10.8. Disassembly of Power P.C.B. 16 14.1. Cassette Deck Section 48
10.9. Disassembly of Transformer P.C.B. 17 14.2. Tuner Section 48
10.10. Disassembly of Front Panel Unit 18 14.3. Alignment Points 49
10.11. Disassembly of Deck Mechanism Unit 18 15 Block Diagram 50
10.12. CD Mechanism Main Component Replacement 16 Voltage Measurement 57
Procedures 19 17 Schematic Diagram 59
10.13. Replacement for the pinch roller ass 馳 and head block 33 17.1. (A) CD Servo Circuit 60
10.14. Replacement for the Deck motor ass 馳, capstan belt A, 17.2. (B) Main (Tuner) Circuit 62
capstan belt B and winding belt 34 17.3. (B) Main Circuit 63
10.15. Replacement for the cassette lid ass 馳 37 17.4. (C) Panel Circuit 67
10.16. Rectification for tape jam problem 38 17.5. (D) Transformer Circuit, (E) CD Detect Circuit, (F) Spindle
11 Checking for major P.C.Bs 39 Position Circuit & (G) CD Loading Circuit 69
11.1. Checking of Main P.C.B. 39 17.6. (H) Power Circuit 70
11.2. Checking of Transformer P.C.B. 40 17.7. (I) Deck Circuit & (J) Deck Mechanism Circuit 71

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18 Printed Circuit Board 73 21.1. IC7002 (MN6627953HB) Servo processor/ Digital signal
18.1. (A) CD Servo P.C.B. 73 processor/ Digital filter/ D/A converter 85
18.2. (B) Main P.C.B. 74 21.2. IC7003 (AN8739SBTE2) Focus coil/ Tracking coil/
18.3. (C) Panel P.C.B. 76 Traverse motor/ Spindle motor drive 85
18.4. (D) Transformer P.C.B. 78 21.3. IC2801 (C2CBJG000565) System Microprocessor 86
18.5. (E) CD Detect P.C.B., (F) Spindle Position P.C.B., (G) CD 22 Troubleshooting Guide 87
Loading P.C.B. & (K) Tuner Pack P.C.B. 79 23 Parts Location and Replacement Parts List 88
18.6. (H) Power P.C.B. 80 23.1. Deck Mechanism (RAA4502-S) 89
18.7. (I) Deck P.C.B. & (J) Deck Mechanism P.C.B. 82 23.2. CD Loading Mechanism (RD-DAC026-S) 92
19 Wiring Connection Diagram 83 23.3. Cabinet 95
20 Illustration of IC 痴, Transistors and Diodes 84 23.4. Electrical Parts List 97
21 Terminal Function of IC 痴 85 23.5. Packing Materials & Accessories Parts List 104
23.6. Packaging 105

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1 Before Use
Be sure to disconnect the mains cord before adjusting the voltage selector.
Use a minus(-) screwdriver to set the voltage selector (on the rear panel) to the voltage setting for the area in which the unit will
be used. (If the power supply in your area is 117V or 120V, set to the “127V” position.)
Note that this unit will be seriously damaged if this setting is not made correctly. (There is no voltage selector for some countries,
the correct voltage is already set.)

2 Before Repair and Adjustment


Disconnect AC power, discharge Power Supply Capacitors C5820 and C5840 through a 10Ω, 5W resistor to ground.
DO NOT SHORT-CIRCUIT DIRECTLY (with a screwdriver blade, for instance), as this may destroy solid state devices.
After repairs are completed, restore power gradually using a variac, to avoid overcurrent.

Current consumption at AC 127 V, 50/60 Hz in NO SIGNAL mode (volume min at CD mode) should be ~500mA.
Current consumption at AC 220-240 V, 50/60 Hz in NO SIGNAL mode (volume min at CD mode) should be ~350mA.

3 Protection Circuitry
The protection circuitry may have operated if either of the following conditions are noticed:
· No sound is heard when the power is turned on.
· Sound stops during a performance.
The function of this circuitry is to prevent circuitry damage if, for example, the positive and negative speaker connection wires are
“shorted”, or if speaker systems with an impedance less than the indicated rated impedance of the amplifier are used.
If this occurs, follow the procedure outlines below:
1. Turn off the power.
2. Determine the cause of the problem and correct it.
3. Turn on the power once again after one minute.
Note :
When the protection circuitry functions, the unit will not operate unless the power is first turned off and then on again.

4 Prevention of Electro Static Discharge (ESD) to


Electrostatically Sensitive (ES) Devices
Some semiconductor (solid state) devices can be damaged easily by electricity. Such components commonly are called
Electrostatica lly Sensitive (ES) Devices. Examples of typical ES devices are integrated circuits and some field- effect transistors and
semiconductor “chip” components. The following techniques should be used to help reduce the incidence of component damage
caused by electro static discharge (ESD).
1. Immediately before handling any semiconductor component or semiconductor-equipped assembly, drain off any ESD on your
body by touching a known earth ground. Alternatively, obtain and wear a commercially available discharging ESD wrist strap,
which should be removed for potential shock reasons prior to applying power to the unit under test.
2. After removing an electrical assembly equipped with ES devices, place the assembly on a conductive surface such as
aluminium foil, to prevent electrostatic charge build up or exposure of the assembly.
3. Use only a grounded-tip soldering iron to solder or unsolder ES devices.
4. Use only an anti-static solder remover device. Some solder removal devices not classified as “anti-static (ESD protected)” can
generate electrical charge to damage ES devices.
5. Do not use freon-propell ed chemicals. These can generate electrical charges sufficient to damage ES devices.
6. Do not remove a replacement ES device from its protective package until immediately before you are ready to install it. (Most
replacement ES devices are packaged with leads electrically shorted together by conductive foam, aluminium foil or
comparable conductive material).
7. Immediately before removing the protective material from the leads of a replacement ES device, touch the protective material
to the chassis or circuit assembly into which the device will be installed.
Caution
Be sure no power is applied to the chassis or circuit, and observe all other safety precautions.

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8. Minimize body motions when handling unpackaged replacement ES devices. (Otherwise harmless motion such as the brushing
together of your clothes fabric or the lifting of your foot from a carpeted floor can generate static electricity (ESD) sufficient to
damage an ES device).

5 Handling the Lead-free Solder


5.1. About lead free solder (PbF)
Distinction of PbF P.C.B.:
P.C.B.s (manufactured) using lead free solder will have a PbF stamp on the P.C.B.
Caution:
· Pb free solder has a higher melting point than standard solder; Typically the melting point is 50 - 70°F (30 - 40°C) higher. Please
use a high temperature soldering iron. In case of soldering iron with temperature control, please set it to 700 ± 20°F (370 ±
10°C).
· Pb free solder will tend to splash when heated too high (about 1100°F/600°C).
· When soldering or unsoldering, please completely remove all of the solder on the pins or solder area, and be sure to heat the
soldering points with the Pb free solder until it melts enough.

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6 Handling Precautions For Traverse Deck


The laser diode in the traverse deck (optical pickup) may break down due to potential difference caused by static electricity of
clothes or human body.
So, be careful of electrostatic breakdown during repair of the traverse deck (optical pickup).
· Handling of traverse deck (optical pickup)
1. Do not subject the traverse deck (optical pickup) to static electricity as it is extremely sensitive to electrical shock.
2. To prevent the breakdown of the laser diode, an antistatic shorting pin is inserted into the flexible board (FFC board).
3. Take care not to apply excessive stress to the flexible board (FFC board). When removing or connecting the short pin, finish
the job in as short time as possible.
4. Do not turn the variable resistor (laser power adjustment). It has already been adjusted.

Grounding for electrostatic breakdown prevention


1. Human body grounding
Use the anti-static wrist strap to discharge the static electricity from your body.
2. Work table grounding
Put a conductive material (sheet) or steel sheet on the area where the traverse deck (optical pickup) is place, and ground the
sheet.

Caution :
The static electricity of your clothes will not be grounded through the wrist strap. So, take care not to let your clothes touch the
traverse deck (optical pickup).
Caution when replacing the Traverse Deck
The traverse deck has a short point shorted with solder to protect the laser diode against electrostatics breakdown. Be sure to
remove the solder from the short point before making connections.

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7 Precaution of Laser Diode


Caution :
This product utilizes a laser diode with the unit turned "ON", invisible laser radiation is emitted from the pick up lens.
Wavelength : 780 nm
Maximum output radiation power from pick up : 100 µW/VDE
Laser radiation from pick up unit is safety level, but be sure the followings:
1. Do not disassemble the optical pick up unit, since radiation from exposed laser diode is dangerous.
2. Do not adjust the variable resistor on the pick up unit. It was already adjusted.
3. Do not look at the focus lens using optical instruments.
4. Recommend not to look at pick up lens for a long time.

CAUTION!
THIS PRODUCT UTILIZES A LASER.
USE OF CONTROLS OR ADJUSTMENTS OR PERFORMANCE OF PROCEDURES OTHER THAN THOSE SPECIFIED HEREIN MAY RESULT
IN HAZARDOUS RADIATION EXPOSURE.

n Use of Caution Labels

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8 Accessories

Remote Control

FM Antenna

AC Cord

AM Loop Antenna

AC Plug Adaptor

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9 Operation Procedures

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10 Disassembly and Assembly of Main Component


“ATTENTION SERVICER”
Some chassis components may have sharp edges. Be careful when disassemblin g and servicing.
1. This section describes procedures for checking the operation of the major printed circuit boards and replacing the main
components.
2. For reassembly after operation checks or replacement, reverse the respective procedures.
Special reassembly procedures are described only when required.
3. Select items from the following index when checks or replacement are required.
4. Refer to the Parts No. on the page of “Parts Location and Replacemen t Parts List” (Section 23), if necessary.

10.1. Disassembly flow chart


The following chart is the procedure for disassemblin g the casing and inside parts for internal inspection when carrying out the
servicing.
To assemble the unit, reverse the steps shown in the chart as below.

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10.2. Gear for servicing (jig) Information


1. This unit has a gear which is used for checking items (Open/Close of disc tray, up/down operation of traverse unit by manually)
when servicing.
2. For preparation of gear (for servicing), perform the procedures as follows.
3. In case of re-servicing the same set, the “gear for servicing” may has been taken off because it has been used. The “gear for
servicing” must be stored.
· Remove the gear provided with mecha cover as shown below.

· Insert the hexagonal screwdriver (2mm) into the gear, and then project the tip of screwdriver for 1~ 2 mm in length.

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10.3. Disassembly of Top Cabinet


Step 1 Remove 2 screws at each side and 5 screws at rear
panel.
Step 2 Lift up both sides of the top cabinet, push the top
cabinet towards the rear and remove the top cabinet.

10.4. Disassembly of CD Lid


(The CD changer unit can be removed after the CD Lid is removed)
· Follow the (Step 1) - (Step 2) of Item 10.3 - Disassembly of Top Cabinet
· Opening the disc tray automatically (Using Power Supply)
Step 1 Connect the AC power cord.
Step 2 Press the POWER button to power up the main unit.

Step 5 Press the OPEN/CLOSE button, the disc tray will close.

Step 3 Press the OPEN/CLOSE button, the disc tray will open
automatically .
Step 4 Release the 2 claws, and then remove the CD Lid.

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Step 2 Release the 2 claws, and then remove the CD lid cover.
Step 6 Press the POWER button to turn the power off.
· [Opening the disc tray manually (Using service tools)]

Step 3 Repeat Step 2 but rotate the gear tools in anti-clockwise


direction.

Step 1 Insert the gear tool into the hole on the underside of CD
chassis and then rotate in the direction of arrow. The disc tray
will be opened.

Step 4 The disc tray will be closed.

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10.5. Disassembly of Rear Panel


· Follow the (Step 1) - (Step 2) of Item 10.3 - Disassembly of Top Cabinet
Step 1 Remove 8 screws and disconnect wire CN2810 (Fan) at
rear cabinet as shown.

10.6. Disassembly of CD Mechanism Unit


· Follow the (Step 1) - (Step 2) of Item 10.3 - Disassembly of Top Cabinet
Step 1 Remove one screw at rear panel.
Step 2 Detach the FFC wires (CN2801 & CN2805).

Step 4 Remove 4 screws.


Step 5 Remove the CD chassis.
Step 6 Lay the CD mechanism unit as shown.
· For disassembly of CD mechanism unit, please refer to
Section 10.12 of this manual.

Step 3 Release the claws of both ends, and then lift up the CD
Mechanism Unit.

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10.7. Disassembly of Main P.C.B.


· Follow the (Step 1) - (Step 2) of Item 10.3 - Disassembly of Top Cabinet
· Follow the (Step 1) - (Step 6) of Item 10.4 - Disassembly of CD Lid
· Follow the (Step 1) of Item 10.5 - Disassembly of Rear Panel
· Follow the (Step 1) - (Step 3) of Item 10.6 - Disassembly of CD Mechanism Unit
Step 1 Disconnect FFC wires CN2803 & CN2806 from Main Step 2 Lift up Main P.C.B. by disconnecting connectors
P.C.B. CN5800 & CN5801 as arrow shown above.

10.8. Disassembly of Power P.C.B.


· Follow the (Step 1) - (Step 2) of Item 10.3 - Disassembly of Top Cabinet
· Follow the (Step 1) - (Step 6) of Item 10.4 - Disassembly of CD Lid
· Follow the (Step 1) of Item 10.5 - Disassembly of Rear Panel
· Follow the (Step 1) - (Step 3) of Item 10.6 - Disassembly of CD Mechanism Unit
· Follow the (Step 1) - (Step 2) of Item 10.7 - Disassembly of Main P.C.B.
Step 1 Remove the 2 screws fixed at heat sink and 1 screw Note:
fixed at Power P.C.B.. Insulate the Power P.C.B. with insulation material to avoid short
circuit.

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· Replacement of the Power Amplifier IC/ Voltage Regulator


Step 1 Remove 2 screws fixed to the Power Amplifier IC and 1 Step 3 Unsolder the terminals of Power Amp IC, transistor and
screw to Voltage Regulator. replace the components.

Step 4 Fix back the cut portion with a screw as shown.

Step 2 Break the joint with a metal cutter as shown below.

10.9. Disassembly of Transformer P.C.B.


· Follow the (Step 1) - (Step 2) of Item 10.3 - Disassembly of Top Cabinet
· Follow the (Step 1) - (Step 6) of Item 10.4 - Disassembly of CD Lid
· Follow the (Step 1) of Item 10.5 - Disassembly of Rear Panel
· Follow the (Step 1) - (Step 3) of Item 10.6 - Disassembly of CD Mechanism Unit
Step 1 Remove 3 screws, disconnect connector CN5950.

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10.10. Disassembly of Front Panel Unit


· Follow the (Step 1) - (Step 2) of Item 10.3 - Disassembly of Top Cabinet
· Follow the (Step 1) - (Step 6) of Item 10.4 - Disassembly of CD Lid
· Follow the (Step 1) - (Step 3) of Item 10.6 - Disassembly of CD Mechanism Unit
Step 1 Lay the unit as shown below.

Step 2 Release 2 claws at bottom and 2 claws each side, draw Step 4 Remove 10 screws.
the front panel ass’y forward.
Step 5 Disconnect connectors (CN2806, CN2803 and
Step 3 Remove volume knob. CN5950).
· Disassembly of Panel P.C.B.

10.11. Disassembly of Deck Mechanism Unit


· Follow the (Step 1) - (Step 2) of Item 10.3 - Disassembly of Top Cabinet
· Follow the (Step 1) - (Step 6) of Item 10.4 - Disassembly of CD Lid
· Follow the (Step 1) - (Step 3) of Item 10.6 - Disassembly of CD Mechanism Unit
· Follow the (Step 1) - (Step 3) of Item 10.10 - Disassembly of Front Panel Unit
Step 1 Detach FFC wire (CN971).
Step 2 Disconnect FFC flat cable from the connector
(CN1001).
Step 3 Remove the 5 screws.

Step 4 Push the lever upward, and then open the cassette lid
ass’y (For DECK1 and DECK2).
Step 5 Tilt the cassette mechanism unit in the direction of
arrow (1), and then remove it in the direction of arrow (2).
· For replacement of Deck Mechanism P.C.B.
Step 6 Remove 3 screws.

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Step 7 Unsolder the motor terminals.

Step 8 Remove Deck Mechanism P.C.B.

10.12. CD Mechanism Main Component Replacement Procedures


· Follow the (Step 1) - (Step 2) of Item 10.3 - Disassembly of Top Cabinet
· Follow the (Step 1) - (Step 6) of Item 10.4 - Disassembly of CD Lid
· Follow the (Step 1) - (Step 6) of Item 10.6 - Disassembly of CD Mechanism Unit

10.12.1. Replacement of the Traverse Deck


Step 1 Remove the CD changer unit.

Step 2 Insert the gear with hexagonal wrench into the hole.

Step 4 With pressing the claw (A), rotate the hexagonal wrench
clockwise. (The slide plate R moves for a little amount.)
Step 5 Pressing the claw (B) in the direction of arrow (1), the
connection lever moves in the direction of arrow (2).

Step 3 Rotate the hexagonal wrench in the direction of arrow


(clockwise), and then open the disc tray fully.

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Step 6 Lift up the traverse deck ass’y.

Step 10 Remove the FFC board from the connector, and then
remove the CD Servo P.C.B.

Step 7 Remove the traverse deck ass’y from the timing lever.
Caution:
When removing or inserting the traverse deck avoid touching
the OPU lens and pressing onto the turntable.

Step 11 Remove the pin.

Step 8 Remove 3 screws.


Step 9 Unsolder the motor terminals (4 points).

Step 12 Release the claw, and then remove the traverse deck
ass’y.

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Note: Step 1 Install the traverse deck ass’y to the timing lever.
Be careful not to lose the 3 floating spring because those will Step 2 Align the boss of traverse deck ass’y with the slot of
also be removed on removal of the traverse deck ass’y. traverse cam gear.
· Installation of the CD Servo P.C.B. after replacement
Step 1 Connect the FFC board.
Step 2 Install the CD servo P.C.B. in the traverse deck ass’y.
Step 3 Remove 3 screws.
Step 4 Solder.

Step 3 Force the claw of timing lever.

· Note for installation of the CD servo P.C.B.

Step 4 Force the disc tray fully.

· Installation for traverse deck ass’y

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Step 5 With pressing the claw (B) in the direction of arrow (1),
force the connection lever in the direction of arrow (2).

10.12.2. Replacement for the Disc Tray


Step 1 Remove 4 screws.
Step 2 Remove the upper plate.

Step 3 Remove 3 screws.


Step 4 With lifting the claw in the direction of (1), draw the CD
Detect P.C.B. in the direction of arrow (2).
Step 5 Remove the mechanism cover.

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Step 6 Insert the gear with hexagonal wrench into the hole.

Step 9 With forcing the left guide bar manually because the left
guide bar interfers with claw, draw the disc tray.
[Installation of the disc tray after replacement]

Step 7 Rotate the hexagonal wrench in the direction of arrow,


and then open the disc tray fully.

Step 1 Slide the drive rack fully in the direction of arrow.

Step 8 Release the both claws, and then draw the disc tray.

Step 2 Holding the drive rack not to move, install the disc tray.
Step 3 Align the drive rack with the drive gear.

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NOTE:
Force the right guide bar of tray base manually not to move
upwards.

Step 4 Holding the disc tray manually, push the disc tray in the
direction of the arrow.

10.12.3. Disassembly and reassembly for mechanism base drive unit


Step 1 Remove 3 screws.

Step 5 Release the 2 claws, and then remove the bottom SW


Step 2 Release the claw, and then remove the gear holder.
P.C.B..
Step 3 Remove the belt and change gear spring.

NOTE:
Take care not to lose the change gear spring.
Step 4 Remove the pulley gear, change gear and UP/DOWN
gear.

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Step 9 Pressing the claw (B) in the direction of arrow (1), force
the connection lever in the direction of arrow (2).

Step 6 Install the tray lock spring to hook temporary.


Step 7 Release the claw, and then remove the tray lock.
Step 8 Release the claw, and then remove the rear lock.

Step 10 Move the slide plate 1 to the end of stock side.

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Step 13 Remove the traverse relay gear, traverse cam gear


Step 11 Lift up the left end of spindle base unit in the direction and drive gear.
of arrow (1), and then remove the unit in the direction of arrow
(2).

[Dissassembly/reassembly for the spindle base unit]


Step 1 Draw the 5 disc spacers.

Step 2 Pushing the claw, slide the support plate in the direction
of arrow, and then remove it.

Step 12 Remove slide plate 1 and slide plate 2.

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Step 3 Rotate the disc lever in the direction of arrow (1), draw
the disc lever.

NOTE:
Hold the loading stopper ass’y manually bacause it is flipped by
spring.

NOTE:
Take care not to lose the disc lever spring.
Step 6 Remove the cushion spring.
Step 7 Remove the loading stopper ass’y in the direction of
arrow.

Step 4 Release the 2 claws, and then draw the relay gear B.
Step 5 Release the 2 claws as shown below.

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Step 8 Release the 2 claws, and then remove the relay gear A.
Step 9 Release the 2 claws, and then remove the spindle shaft.

Step 12 Squeeze the shaft of lower hook, and then draw it.

Step 13 Rotate the lower spindle in the direction of arrow until


Step 10 Remove the lower spindle spring with tweezers.
the lower spindle interferes with stopper.
Step 11 Force the lower hook with thin tip of minus screwdriver.
Step 14 Insert the thin tip of minus screwdriver between the
lower spindle and UP/DOWN base, and then slacken the lower
spindle to release the stopper. Then, rotate the lower spindle
and remove it.

Step 15 Rotate the UP/DOWN base at a 90° angle. Then,

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spread the hold bars of loading stopper and remove the Step 1 Install the traverse cam gear.
UP/DOWN base. Step 2 Rotate the traverse cam gear to the direction of arrow.
[Installation for loading stopper ass’y]
Step 1 Align the claw of loading stoppers ass’y with the slot of
spindle base. (Caution should be exercised when alignment of
claw due to the size of claws.)

Step 2 Lower the loading stopper ass’y, and then align the
lower spindle with the trapezoid tooth of relay gear A.
Step 3 Install the drive gear and traverse relay gear.

Step 3 Force the loading stopper ass’y, latch the claw firmly.

*When installing the traverse relay gear, align the trapezoid


tooth of gear with tooth of traverse cam gear.

[Reassembly for mechanism base drive unit]

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Step 4 Install the slide plate 2 to the mechanism base, and


then match to the connection lever.
Step 5 Install the slide plate 1 to the mechanism base, and Step 7 Move the slide plate 1 to forward fully.
then match to the connection leve and align the trapezoid tooth Step 8 Install the rear lock. (The claw should be latched.)
of traverse relay gear with the slide plate 1. Step 9 Install the Spindle Position P.C.B.. (The claw should be
latched.)
Step 10 Install the tray lock. (The claw should be latched.)

Step 6 Install the spindle base unit. (First, slide plate 1.)

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Step 13 Install the gear holder, and then tighten the screw (a).

Step 11 Remove the tray lock spring from hook,and then latch
to the tray lock.
Step 12 Install the UP/DOWN gear, change gear, change gear
spring, pulley gear and belt in the order of (1) - (5).
Step 14 Install the tray base, traverse ass’y, mechanism cover
and upper plate.
[Operation check after servicing]
Check the proper operation of following items with gear and
hexagonal screwdriver.
1. Open/close of tray base.
2. Moving the tray base to the stock side.
3. UP/DOWN operation of spindle base unit.
4. UP/DOWN operation of traverse ass’y.

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10.12.4. Replacement for the motor ass’y


P.C.B.
Step 7 Release the claw (B), and then remove the motor ass’y.
[Notice for motor ass’y installation]
1. Locate the name plate of motor to the traverse ass’y.
2. Align the hole of motor with the ribs.

Step 1 Install the belt temporarily.


NOTE:
Take care not apply the grease to the belt.
Step 2 Upset the CD loading unit.
Step 3 Remove 3 screws.

Step 4 Unsolder the plunger terminals (2 points).


Step 5 Unsolder the motor terminals (2 points).

Step 6 Release the 2 claws (A), and then remove the Motor

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10.13. Replacement for the pinch roller ass’y and head block
· Follow the (Step 1) - (Step 2) of Item 10.3 - Disassembly of Top Cabinet
· Follow the (Step 1) - (Step 6) of Item 10.4 - Disassembly of CD Lid
· Follow the (Step 1) - (Step 3) of Item 10.6 - Disassembly of CD Mechanism Unit
· Follow the (Step 1) - (Step 3) of Item 10.10 - Disassembly of Front Panel Unit
· Follow the (Step 1) - (Step 5) of Item 10.11 - Disassembly of Deck Mechanism Unit
* The mechanism as shown below is for DECK1. For DECK
2, perform the same procedures.

Step 1 Release the 2 claws, and then remove the pinch roller
(R), (F).
Step 2 Release the 2 claws, and then remove the head
connector.

Step 3 Remove 2 screws.

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10.14. Replacement for the Deck motor ass’y, capstan belt A, capstan belt B
and winding belt
· Follow the (Step 1) - (Step 2) of Item 10.3 - Disassembly of Top Cabinet
· Follow the (Step 1) - (Step 6) of Item 10.4 - Disassembly of CD Lid
· Follow the (Step 1) - (Step 3) of Item 10.6 - Disassembly of CD Mechanism Unit
· Follow the (Step 1) - (Step 3) of Item 10.10 - Disassembly of Front Panel Unit
· Follow the (Step 1) - (Step 5) of Item 10.11 - Disassembly of Deck Mechanism Unit
Step 1 Release the 2 claws, and then remove the head
connector.
Step 2 De-solder plunger point.
Step 3 Remove the Deck Mechanism P.C.B.

Step 5 Remove the flywheel R.


Step 6 Release the claw of tape side, and then remove the
winding lever and spring.
Step 7 Remove the flywheel F.
[Installation of the belt]
Step 1 The boss and marking should be positioned
horizontally.

Step 4 Remove 3 screws.

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Step 7 Put the capstan belt A temporarily as shown below.

Step 2 Put the winding belt on the pulley temporarily.


Step 3 Install the flywheel F.
Step 4 Put the winding belt on the flywheel F.
Step 5 Install the winding lever and spring while pressing the
winding arm in the direction of arrow.
Step 6 Install the flywheel R.

Step 8 Put the capstan belt B on the motor ass’y pulley.


Step 9 Install the sub chassis to the mechanism, and then
tighten screws.

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Step 10 Remove 3 screws.


Step 11 Put the capstan belt B as shown below.

Step 12 Put the capstan belt A on the motor ass’y pulley.

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10.15. Replacement for the cassette lid ass’y


· Follow the (Step 1) - (Step 2) of Item 10.3 - Disassembly of Top Cabinet
Step 1 Lift up the lever upward, open the cassette lid ass’y.
(For DECK1 and DECK2)

Step 2 Push up the cassette lid ass’y in the direction of arrow.


(For DECK1 and DECK2).

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10.16. Rectification for tape jam problem


· Follow the (Step 1) - (Step 2) of Item 10.3 - Disassembly of Top Cabinet
Step 1 If a cassette tape cannot be removed from the deck (the
tape is caught by the capstan or pinch roller during playback or
recording), rotate the flywheel F in the direction of the arrow to
remove it.

Step 2 Push the lever upward and open the cassette lid ass’y.
Remove the cassette tape.

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11 Checking for major P.C.Bs


Note:
Checking of all major P.C.Bs (Main P.C.B., Panel P.C.B., Transformer P.C.B., Deck P.C.B., Deck Mechanism P.C.B. and Power
P.C.B.) can be carried out using below procedures.
For the disassemblin g procedures, refer to Section 10.

11.1. Checking of Main P.C.B.


1. Remove Top Cabinet and Rear Panel.
2. Remove CD Lid.
3. Disassemble CD Mechanism Unit.
4. Connect FFC wires (CN2801 & CN2805) from CD Mechanism Unit.

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11.2. Checking of Transformer P.C.B.


1. Remove Top Cabinet and Rear Panel.
2. Remove CD Lid.
3. Disassemble CD Mechanism Unit.
4. Connect FFC wires (CN2801 & CN2805) from CD Mechanism Unit.

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11.3. Checking of Panel, Deck & Deck Mechanism P.C.B.


1. Remove Top Cabinet.
2. Remove CD Lid.
3. Disassemble CD Mechanism Unit.
4. Remove volume knob at Front Panel Unit.
5. Disassemble Panel P.C.B.
6. Disassemble Deck Mechanism Unit.
7. Use the extension cable (A) to reconnect (CN1001) Deck P.C.B. and (CN2803) Main P.C.B.
8. Use the extension cable (B) to reconnect (CP6401) Panel P.C.B. and (CN971) Deck Mechanism P.C.B.

Service Tools
Extension FFC
(A) Deck P.C.B. - Main P.C.B. REEX0485 (14 Pins)
(B) Panel P.C.B. - Deck Mechanism P.C.B. REEX0484 (10 Pins)

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11.4. Checking of Power P.C.B.


1. Remove Top Cabinet and Rear Panel.
2. Remove CD Lid.
3. Disassemble CD Mechanism Unit.
4. Remove 3 screws at Transformer P.C.B..
5. Remove 2 screws at heat sink and 1 screw at Power P.C.B.
6. Flip the Power P.C.B.
7. Insulate the Power P.C.B. with insulation material to avoid short circuit.
8. Use the extension cable (A) to reconnect (CN1001) Deck P.C.B. and (CN2803) Main P.C.B.
9. Use the extension cable (B) to reconnect (CP6401) Panel P.C.B. and (CN971) Deck Mechanism P.C.B.
10. Use the extension cable (C) to reconnect (H5950/W5950) Power P.C.B. and (CN5950) Transformer P.C.B.

Service Tools
Extension FFC
(A) Deck P.C.B. - Main P.C.B. REEX0485 (14 Pins)
(B) Panel P.C.B. - Deck Mechanism P.C.B. REEX0484 (10 Pins)
(C) Power P.C.B. - Transformer P.C.B. RFKAK330 (9 Pins)

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12 Self-Diagnostic Function
12.1. Self-diagnostic display
This unit is equipped with a self-diagnost ic display function which, will display an error code corresponding to the problem occuring.
Use this function when performing checking maintenance on the unit.

12.2. How to enter the Self-Diagnostic Function

12.3. Cassette Mechanism Test (For error code H01, H02, H03, F01)
1. Press “TAPE, DECK 1/2” to select Deck 2.
2. Load a cassette tape with the erasure prevention tab, remove from left side only and close the cassette holder.
3. Press “FAST FORWARD MEMORY” (Tape will be stop after 2 seconds)
4. Load a cassette tape with the erasure prevention tab, remove from right side only and close the cassette holder.
5. Press “REVERSE FM MODE/BP” (Tape will be stop after 2 seconds)
6. Load a pre-recorded tape with both side record tabs intact and close the cassette holder.
7. Press “PLAY/TUNE/TIME ADJ UP” (After TPS function, tape will stop automatically )
8. Press “REC/STOP” (Tape will not move)
9. Press “STOP/TUNE MODE” to indicate Error code.
· If several problem exist, error code will change each time when “n /STOP” is pressed.
(e.g. H01 → H03 → F01 .....etc.)
10. Press “TAPE, DECK 1/2” to select Deck 1.
11. Repeat step 2 to 9 to test Deck 1. (Tape Deck 1 will not check H02 because of no recording function)

12.4. CD Mechanism Test (F15, F26, F16, F17, F27, F28, F29, F30, H15 &
H16)
1. Press (set to CD Mode) on main unit.
2. Press “CD DIRECT PLAY (1)” and button on main unit.

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3. Press to close the tray.


4. Press “CD DIRECT PLAY (5)” and wait until the tray is open.
5. Press and remove the CD.
6. Press to close the tray.
7. Press “n/STOP” to indicate Error Code.
· If several problem exist, error code will change each time when “n/STOP” is pressed. (e.g. F15 → F26 → F16 ....etc).

12.5. To clear all Error code


1. Press and hold button for 5 seconds.
2. FL indicator shows “CLEAR” for 1 second and change to “T”.

12.6. To exit from Self-Diagnostic function


1. Press button on main unit or remote control.

12.7. Power Amplifier Failure (F61)


1. When power amplifier fail, F61 will indicate automatically .

12.8. Description of Error Code


12.8.1. Abnormality detection for Deck Mechanism block
No. Abnormal Items Error Display Method of Detection
1 MODE SW abnormal H01 Normal operation during mecha transition, MODE SW abnormal is
memorized. The content of abnormality can be confirmed in the
abnormal detection mode explained in the later section.
2 REC INH SW abnormal H02 The content of abnormality can be confirmed in the abnormal detection
mode explained in the later section.
3 HALF SW abnormal H03 The content of abnormality can be confirmed in the abnormal detection
mode explained in the later section.
4 Reel pulse abnormal F01 The content of abnormality can be confirmed in the abnormal detection
mode explained in the later section.

12.8.2. Abnormality detection for CD/Changer block


No. Abnormal Items Error Display Method of Detection
1 REST SW abnormal F15 Under normal operation (Self-Diagnostic Mode inclusive), this error
occurs when the REST SW ON is not detected within the specified time
and shall be memorized.
2 Transmission error between CD servo F26 Under normal operation (Self-Diagnostic Mode inclusive), this error occurs
LSI and micon when the selection is set to CD and SENSE=’H’ is detected and
SENSE=’L’ is not detected within a fail safe time (20ms) after system
command transmission was sent.
3 CLAMP SW abnormal F16 Refer to section 12.8.4 (Mechanism Error Code Table) [M-0A] error is
detected.
4 BOTTOM SW abnormal F17 Refer to section 12.8.4 (Mechanism Error Code Table) [M-09] error is
detected.
5 POSITION SW abnormal F27 Refer to section 12.8.4 (Mechanism Error Code Table) [M-05 ~ M-08] error
is detected.
6 SW1 abnormal F28 Refer to section 12.8.4 (Mechanism Error Code Table) [M-02 ~ M-08] error
is detected.
7 SW2 abnormal F29 Refer to section 12.8.4 (Mechanism Error Code Table) [M-02 ~ M-08] error
is detected.
8 OPEN SW abnormal H15 Refer to section 12.8.4 (Mechanism Error Code Table) [M-01] error is
detected.
9 CLOSE SW abnormal H16 Refer to section 12.8.4 (Mechanism Error Code Table) [M-01] error is
detected.
10 DISC SENSOR F30 Refer to section 12.8.4 (Mechanism Error Code Table) [M-01] error is
detected.

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12.8.3. Power supply related error detection


No. Abnormal Items Error Display Method of Detection
1 POWER AMP output abnormal F61 During normal operation, if DCDET becomes ‘L’, normal POWER OFF
process shall not be executed, PCNT shall be switched to ‘L’
immediately. GOODBYE shall not be displayed and the error display F61
will be displayed instead.
2 seconds after the F61 display, ECONO shall be set to ‘L’ and FL
display shall be turned off.
The error content shall be memorized when the abnormality occurs and
can be displayed in the C-mecha self-diagnostic mode described later.

12.8.4. Error Code (CR20 Mechansim)


1. If mechanism problem occurs during normal or aging mode, the error code is “remembered ” and shown on the FL display.
2. Reset Condition of Error Code
a. During cold start of micro-processor IC.
b. Restart of aging mode for the mechanism unit.
3. Mechanism Error Code
Mechansim Error Code Table
Error Code Description
M-00 No Error
M-01 OPEN Position - Horizontal Motion Abnormality at play position
M-02 PLAY Position - Horizontal Motion Abnormality at stock position
M-03 PLAY Position - Horizontal Motion Abnormality during changing
position
M-04 CHANGE Position - Horizontal Error of Stock position
M-05 CHANGE Position - Ascending motion Error
M-06 CHANGE Position - Descending motion Error
M-07 STOCK Position - Ascending motion Error
M-08 STOCK Position - Descending motion Error
M-09 Abnormality during change position (bottom switch)
M-0A Clamp Error
M-0B Access Failure - Access Time of more tha 30 secs (Total time
of automatic → Read TOC → Track access)

4. When the mechanism unit stops due to error during aging model, error code is remembered and counts of the errors are
displayed on the FL display.

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13 CD Test Mode Function


This CD test mode is provided to check CD unit without connecting to changer loading mechanism. This mode shall operate CD
PLAY with CD unit being connected only and CD Automatic Alignment result is shown on FL display.

13.1. How to set CD test mode

13.2. CD Automatically Adjustment result indication


Under CD test mode, pressing the numeric key ‘0’ on the remote controller will display the auto adjustment result. FLOCK, TLOCK
and CLVS status shall be shown as below:

During the above display, executing CD PLAY will display auto adjustment result for CD PLAY mode.

13.3. CD Mecha Aging Test Mode (CR20)


1. Functional summary of CD aging test mode
It is for the purpose to determine the reliability of the CD changer.
2. To enter into CD aging test mode
a) First, enter into self-diagnost ic mode (Refer to Section 12.2. How to enter the Self-Diagnos tic Function)
b) In the self-diagnost ic mode, switch the SELECTOR to and press . It will enter into CD aging test mode.
When in CD aging test mode, the following operation will begin and repeated:
1. [DISC STOCKER] → DISC LOAD → TRAY OPEN (2 secs) → TRAY CLOSE] as one count.
2. DISC 1 → DISC 2 → DISC 3 → DISC 4 → DISC 5 → DISC 1........repeat ing this endlessly.
· While performing the above operation, the FL display will show the number of its operations starting from 00001. With
reference to figure as below.

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· It shall move up one counter when the above operations ends. The counter will reset to 00000 when 99999 is reached.
· To exit CD aging test mode, press button, the tray will return to its PLAY position and power will be off.

13.4. Micon ROM Checksum and Version Display Mode


1. Functional Summary
Display version number and calculated checksum of the micon software.
2. To enter into Micon ROM checksum and Version Display Mode.
a. Enter into Self-Diagnos tic Mode (Refer to Section 12.2).
b. In the Self-Diagnos tic Mode, Press twice.
The version number and the calculated ROM Checksum of the current software will be displayed on the FL as shown in this
example:

* Note: The Software Version No. & Micon Software Checksum differs from set to set.
· The ROM Checksum is calculated on demand, not hard coded.
· The ROM Checksum is calculated by talking the arithmetic SUM of the ROM contents form the program’s START
address until the END address.
START address = [1080]H
END address = [FFFD]H

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14 Measurements and Adjustments


14.1. Cassette Deck Section standard value.
Bias voltage for Deck 2 14±4mV (Normal)
· Measurement Condition Erase voltage for Deck 2 80mV (Normal)
− Make sure head, capstan and press roller are clean.
− Judgeable room temperature 20 ± 5 °C (68 ± 9°F)
· Measuring instrument
− EVM (DC Electronic voltmeter)
− Digital frequency counter
· Test Tape
− Tape speed gain adjustment (3 kHz, -10 dB); Fig.2
QZZCWAT

14.1.1. Tape Speed Adjustment (Deck 1/2)


1. Set the tape edit button to “NORMAL” position.
2. Insert the test tape (QZZCWAT) to DECK 2 and playback
(FWD side) the middle portion of it.
3. Adjust Motor VR (DECK 2) for the output value shown
below.
Fig.3
Adjustment target: 2940 ~ 3060 Hz (NORMAL speed)

4. After alignment, assure that the output frequency of the 14.1.3. Bias Frequency Adjustment (Deck
DECK 1 FWD are within ±60 Hz of the value of the output 1/2)
frequency of DECK 2 FWD.
1. Set the unit to “AUX” position.
2. Insert the Normal blank tape (QZZCRA) into DECK 2 and
set the unit to “REC” mode (l use “REC/STOP” key).
3. Adjust L1002 so that the output frequency is within the
standard value.
Standard Value: 97 ±8 kHz

Fig.1

14.1.2. Bias and Erase Voltage Check


1. Set the unit “AUX” position.
2. Insert the Normal blank tape (QZZCRA) into DECK 2 and
the unit to “REC” mode (use “l REC/STOP” key).
3. Measure and make sure that the output is within the Fig.4

14.2. Tuner Section


14.2.1. AM-IF Alignment
1. Connect the instrument as shown in Fig.5.
2. Set the unit to AM mode.
3. Apply signal as shown in Fig. 5 from AM-SG.
4. Adjust Z2602 so that the output frequency is maximized in
Fig. 6.

Fig.5

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9. Set AM-SG to 520kHz.


10. Receive 520kHz in the unit.
11. Adjust L2602 (OSC) so that the EVM-DC value is with
1.1±0.5V.

Fig.6

14.2.2. AM RF Adjustment
1. Connect the instrument as shown in Fig. 7.
2. Set the unit to AM mode.
3. Set AM-SG to 520kHz.
4. Receive 520kHz in the unit.
5. Adjust Z2602 (OSC) so that the EVM-AC is maximized.
6. Set AM-SG to 600Hz.
7. Receive 600Hz in the unit.
8. Adjust Z2602 (ANT) so that the EVM-SG is maximized.
Fig.7

14.3. Alignment Points


14.3.1. Cassette Deck Section

14.3.2. Tuner Section

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15 Block Diagram

OPTICAL PICKUP

SEMICONDUCTOR
LASER LPD

Q7601

LASER LD
POWER DRIVE

PHOTO DETECTOR

C
B
B

D
B

B
IC7003
AN8739SBTE2
FOCUS COIL/TRACKING COIL/
TRAVERSE MOTOR/
SPINDLE MOTOR DRIVE

/RST
1

RESET
SIGNAL
GENERATOR

F- 17 D4+
FOCUS IN4 23 FOP
FOCUS COIL COIL
F+ 16 D4- DRIVE

18
NC
T- 15 D3+
TRACKING IN3 24 TRP
TRACKING COIL COIL
DRIVE
T+ 14 D3-

M7301 11 D1+ TRAVERSE TRVP


TRAVERSE
MOTOR
M 10 D1-
MOTOR
DRIVE
IN1 6

2
NC

M7302 13 D2+
SPINDLE
SPINDLE
MOTOR
M 12 D2-
MOTOR
DRIVE
IN2 3 SPOUT

5
NC

MUTE PC2 4 SPPOL


[CH2]

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TO MAIN BLOCK

MCLK

MDATA
STAT

MLD

BLKCK
B

X7201 B

71 70 66 65 63 64 44 46 45 47 48 43 49
X1

ARFIN

AVSS2
X2

AVDD2
MLD

IREF

DSLF

PLLF

PLLF0
(SMCK)

(PMCK)

STAT

MDATA
MCLK
60 NTEST
B
59 IOMODE

CD_RST 68 NRST TXTCK 75


TIMING GENERATOR MICRO COMPUTER DSL/PLL/VCO
INTERFACE TXTD
74
DQSY
73
37 RFVDD (SBCK)
B
EFM DEMODULATION SUBCODE (SUBC)
27 VREF SPINDLE SYNC INTERPOLATION INTERFACE
B SERVO CIRC ECC (TXNCLDCK)
A, B, C, D, E, F CDROM ECC
30~35 A,B,C,D,E,F FLAG
62
21 CEA CIRC RAM BLKCK 67
B
LD 29 LD
RF
LPD 28 PD INTERFACE

36 DCDET
B INPUT EXT0
41 CAGC PORT 1
RF SERVO
AMPLIFIER EXT1
CPU 2
ARF
EXT2
3
39 RFOUT

40 RFIN
24 FEN
1 MBIT
BUS CONTROL UNIT SRAM GIO0
76
FILTER GIO1
77
25 TEN GIO2
78
23 FEOUT
26 TEOUT

MP3/WMA
DECODER
PORT

22 RFENV
B
(LRCK)
18 ADPVCC FS
SERIAL OUTPUT (BCLK)
B CONVERTER
INTERFACE
20 FEIN (SRDATA)
A/D
19 TEIN CONVERTER
22 RFENV
B
LON
4 PWMSEL REGULATOR
B (DVDD2)
SPPOL 6 SPPOL
SPOUT 5 SPOUT DIGITAL FILTER
TRVP 1 BIT DAC
7 TRVP PWM LOGIC
TRVM
8
TRVP2 OUTPUT
9 PORT
TRVM2 DIGITAL ANALOG
10 OUT LOWPASS FILTER
TRP 11 TRP
TRM
12
FOP 13 FOP
(SRDATIN)
(BCLKIN)

(LRCKIN)

IOVDD1~3
DVSS1~3

DVDD1,2

FOM
14
AVDD1
AVSS1

OUTR

OUTL
TX

61 51 53 54 50 17, 55, 16, 57 15, 56,


IC7002 69 72
MN6627953HB
SERVO PROCESSOR B
DIGITAL SIGNAL
B
PROCESSOR/ CD SIGNAL
DIGITAL FILTER/
D/A CONVERTER RCH

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FM ANT

Z2620
CF2601 CF2602 AM ANT
Q1 (RF AMP) Q2 Q2601
1 7 FM
MIXER
IF AMP
Q3 Q4
5
OSC BUFFER
L2601 D2602 L2602

6 8

B B
(FM)

RCH

24 23 22 21 20 19 18 17 16 15 14 13

ALC DECODER
AM AM AM
OSC MIX RM AMP
BUFFER
PHASE PILOT
DET CANCEL
AGC
LEVEL STEREO
S-CURVE SWITCH
DET
AM AM
FM IF DET
AM/FM
IF IF
FM
DET BUFFER COMP

VCO
TUNING
DRIVE PILOT
FF FF FF
DET

REG
REG
SD

ST

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12

B
IC2601
LA1833NMNTLM Z2602 X2602
FM/AM IF AMP,
DET/AM OSC, AM
MIX/FM MPX IFT
ST/DO

SD

16 PHASE DETECTOR REFERENCE 1


CHARGE PUMP DIVIDER
X2603

20

17 UNLOCK
DETECTOR SWALLOW COUNTER 1 14
1/6,1/17,4 BITS 2
18 12

12 BITS PROGRAMMABLE 13
DIVIDER
11

B
DO 5 ST/DO
UNIVERSAL C2B CE 2 CE
SHIFT REGISTER LATCH
COUNTER I/F
DI 3 PLLDA

15 POWER ON CL 4 PLLCLK
B RESET

19 10 7 6 9 8

Q2606
TUNER IC2602
15V
B SUPPLY LC72131MDTRM
SWITCH
PLL FREQUENCY SYNTHESIZER

B
A
(FM)
TO
CD DRIVE
BLOCK

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FL6601 FROM POWER


FL DISPLAY TRANSFORMER

21, 23, 24, 3, 5~10, 12, 13,


26~40 15, 16, 18, 19

11~14, 16~29 1, 2, 30~40

FL30
FL13

FL12
FL0
IC6601
C0HBB0000044
~RESET

XOUT
SDATA

FL DRIVER
SCK

XIN
~CS

9 8 3 10 5 6

IC1
C0GAM0000005
MOTOR DRIVE

VS 8
B

5 IN1 REG
OUT1 2

OUT2 10
6 IN2

M
RM1
VREF

GND
VCC

4 7 1 Q1
D2
POWER
SUPPLY B
CONTROL
B
PLLDA

Q2907

STAT
SWITCH SW2 PUSH
Q2936
CD
ST/DO MOTOR SW1 PUSH
B SUPPLY
SWITCH
SW3 OPEN
PLLCLK

Q2906
B
BLKCK Q2937
SWITCH
PLUNGER D1
MOTOR
CD_RST SUPPLY
CONTROL
SWITCH

SD

SW4
CD
SW5
22 77 19 30 21 78 29 74 71 72 73 84 85 88 83 LOCK 89 90 86 87
CHG_AD1

CHG_SW1
SD

STATUS

FL_CS
ST/DO

CHG_AD2

CHG_SW2
CHG_HLF
CD_RST

FL_RESET

FL_DOUT

CHG_CW

CHG_CCW
BLKCK

PLLCK

PLLDA

FL_CLK

CHG_PLR

MLD 79
MLD

MDATA 80
MDATA

MCLK
C2CBJG000565 IC2801 MICROPROCESSOR
81
MCLK
CE 3
PLLCE
SSEQ_LED
/RESTSW

V_JOG_A

V_JOG_B

XC_OUT
X_OUT

XC_IN
X_IN

RMT

82 67 68 15 13 10 11 76 18

Q6457
S7201 X2802 X2801 D6457
LED
B DRIVE

Z6481
VR6491 REMOTE SENSOR
JOG VOL

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IC1001
AN7348S-E1
P.B EQ/REC AMP/
ALC/TPS AMP
LCH
24(23)
(DECK 1)
P.B. HEAD 1(2) 20(5)
22(3)

21(4)

LCH
17(8)
(DECK 2)
R/P HEAD 18(7)

6 10
LOGIC L/H

19 16
ALC

15 NOR/CrO & 14
HI/LO LOGIC

12 13
LOGIC RIPPLE
REC/PB REJECTION

9 11

Q2978
REC:ON/OFF
CONTROL/
SWITCH
(DECK 2) B
ERASE HEAD L1002

BIAS OSC
4 CONTROL

Q1004, Q1005,
Q1007
Q1003
2 3
SWITCHING
5 (BEAT PROOF/
RECH)

IC1004
C1AA00000612
R/P SELECT

Q2980
Q1017
REC:
MOTOR ON/OFF
SWITCH CONTROL

M B
M1002

Q6415, Q6425
PLUNGER
SUPPLY SWITCH/
PLUNGER:ON/OFF
SWITCH
D951
RECINH_F
MODE

IC951 IC971
HALF

CNB13030R2AU CNB13030R2AU
PHOTO PHOTO
INTERRUPTER Q6411, Q6421
INTERRUPTER
MODE

HALF

PLUNGER
SUPPLY SWITCH/
S972

S975
S971

PLUNGER:ON/OFF
SWITCH
D971

Z971
S951

S952

INTERFACE

53 52 97 91 95 58 59 60 56 57
MODE_1

HALF_1

PHOTO_1

PLG1
DECK1_H
DECK2

PHOTO_2

PLG2
REC
MTR

C2CBJG000565 IC2801 MICROPROCESSOR

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7(8) IC2804
B1(2)
C0AABA000009
DUAL OP-AMP
22(21) 2(6)
OUT1(2)
1(7)
FILTER
3(5)

5(6)
A1(2)

2(4) IC2803 FILTER


SEL1(2)
C1BB00000732
AUDIO SOUND
32(31)
REC1(2) PROCESSOR

HP_L(R)

JK2801 13(14)
E1(2)
AUX

9(10)
CD SIGNAL C1(2)
SC
SI

18 17

Q2571

MUTING
SWITCH

B Q2701,
Q2704~Q2706
SWITCH,
LOW
FREQUENCY
AMP

B
D2811

D2901
Q2902

B
SWITCH
Q2501 Q2806
D2332 AUDIO POWER
MUTING RESET
B CONTROL CONTROL
IC2802 SWITCH Q2901
SWITCH
C3EBDG000052 SWITCH
E-EPROM
(NOT SUPPLIED)
D2813
B
6 5 4 3
S6101~S6106,
S6201~S6210,
S6301, S6303~S6305

43 42 41 1(2) 26 27 40 12 47 92 ~ 94
KEY1
KEY3
EE_CS
EE_DAT

LM_L(R)

/RESET/EFP_RESET
ASP_DAT

DCDET
EE_CLK

ASP_CLK

MUTE_A

20
SYNC

39
MUTE_H

C2CBJG000565 IC2801 MICROPROCESSOR 46


PCONT/EFP_/CE

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LCH
10(14) 4(1) JK5952
-IN_L(R) OUT_L(R)
LOW CH
(6 W)

IC5802
RSN35H2B-P 2
+VCC
POWER HIC
11(13)
+IN_L(R)
3
-VCC

6
AC DET

5
LATCH

12 IN GND FILTER

9
OUT GND
8
-VCCM B
D5814

FILTER

FILTER

Q5812, Q5813 Q5802, Q5805

DC_DET VOLTAGE SUPPLY/


DC DETECT CURRENT CONTROL
SWITCH SWITCH

FAN JK6551
HEADPHONE
HP _SW

RCH
Q5814

MUTE_H HEADPHONE
MUTING
D5813 SWITCH
FAN

Q5952
SYNC SYNCHRONISING
SWITCH

Q5950 Q5954 D5961, D5962,


Q5801 D5964
SYSTEM 6V CURRENT
10V VOLTAGE B VOLTAGE LIMITING
REGULATOR REGULATOR SWITCH

FP5833 T5951
Q5803 T5950
D5950~D5953

TRANSFORMER
15V VOLTAGE
B REGULATOR

SUB
D5954~D5957
Q5808 Q5804, Q5806, Q5807 JK5950
RL5950 AC INLET
CURRENT STABILISER/
POWER TRANSFORMER

5V VOLTAGE F1
B REGULATOR LIMIT SWITCH/
10V VOLTAGE REGULATOR
Z5950
FP5950
DC_DET
Q5951
VOLTAGE D5959
B REGULATOR
(-VP) B
FP5951
HP_SW

TO VOLTAGE
FL DISPLAY SELECTOR

F3

SYNC

MUTE_H
Q5953
E5800
POWER
SWITCH
CONTROL

SIGNAL LINES

: MAIN SIGNAL LINE : CD SIGNAL LINE : AM SIGNAL LINE : PLAYBACK SIGNAL LINE

: FM OSC SIGNAL LINE : AM OSC SIGNAL LINE : FM/AM SIGNAL LINE : RECORD SIGNAL LINE
: FM SIGNAL LINE : AUX SIGNAL LINE : CD-DA (AUDIO/VIDEO) SIGNAL LINE
( ) Indicates the Pin No. of Right Channel. NOTE : Signal Lines are applicable to the Left Channel only.

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16 Voltage Measurement

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17 Schematic Diagram
(All schematic diagrams may be modified at any time with the
development of the new technology)
Note:
SW1 : Push switch
SW2 : Push switch
SW3 : Open switch
SW4 : CD switch
SW5 : Load switch
S951 : Mode switch
S952 : Half switch
S971 : Mode switch
S972 : Half switch
S975 : Recinh_F switch
S5950 : Voltage Selector switch
S6101 : Open/ Close switch
S6102 : CD 1 switch
S6103 : CD 2 switch
S6104 : CD 3 switch
S6105 : CD 4 switch
S6106 : CD 5 switch
S6201 : Rew/Down switch
S6202 : Tuner switch
S6203 : CD switch
S6204 : FF/Up switch
S6205 : Stop switch
S6206 : Deck 1/2 switch
S6207 : Deck 2 switch
S6208 : TAPE switch
S6209 : AUX switch
S6210 : Deck 1 switch
S6301 : Power switch
S6303 : SSEQ switch
S6304 : REC switch
S6305 : Demo/Displa y switch
S7201 : Rest switch
VR6491 : VR Volume Jog
· The voltage value and waveforms are the reference voltage
of this unit measured by DC electronic voltmeter (high
impedance) and oscilloscope on the basis of chassis.
Accordingly, there may arise some error in voltage values
and waveformsde pending upon the internal impedance of
the tester or the measuring unit.
· Importance safety notice :
Components identified by mark have special
characteristic s important for safety. Furthermore, special
parts which have purposes of fire-retardant (resistors), high-
quality sound (capacitors), low-noise (resistors), etc. are
used. When replacing any of components, be sure to use
only manufacturer´s specified parts shown in the parts list.
Caution !
IC, LSI and VLSI are sensitive to static electricity.
Secondary trouble can be prevented by taking care during
repair.
· Cover the parts boxes made of plastics with aluminium foil.
· Put a conductive mat on the work table.
· Ground the soldering iron.
· Do not touch the pins of IC, LSI or VLSI with fingers directly.

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17.1. (A) CD Servo Circuit

SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM - 1
: +B SIGNAL LINE : CD-DA SIGNAL LINE
OPTICAL
PICKUP CIRCUIT CD SERVO CIRCUIT

CP701 Q7601
R7601
LASER DIODE 1 1
VCC B1ADCF000001 4.7
C7601
C7670 C7204 C7203
LASER POWER DRIVE 0.1 0.1 6.3V220
6 F 6.3V33
2 2
8
3 3 E
11 C
4 4 LD
C
12 LD GND R7650 Q7601
5 5 5.6
10
5 GND
1 GND NBOUT 8 6 6
C
4 7 A
7
9
2 VCC GND 7 GND
8 8
B C7614
2 3 BIN NAOUT 6 9 9
6.3V100
3 VREF
10 10
4 AIN VREF 5 LPD
11 11
C7613
GND 0.1
12 12
T-
13 13
C C
T+
14 14
F-
15 15
F+
16 16
CN7001

R7329 1.5K R7328 18K

R7327 R7349
C7335 1.5K 15K
0.1

C7334
10V220
14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26
GND
VREF
D3-

D3+

D4-

D4+

PGND2

PVCC2

NC

VCC

IN4

IN3

RSTIN

NC
NC

IC7003
PGND1

PVCC1

/RST

C7352
PC2
D2+

D1+

C7339
D2-

D1-

IN1

IN2

NC
NC

NC

NC

GND 0.01 0.01


13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 R7336
10
R7339
1K

R7335
100 IC7003
36 35
AN8739SBTE2
M
M702 FOCUS COIL/
SP MOTOR TRACKING COIL/
C7338 C7315
0.22 0.22 TRAVERSE MOTOR/
SPINDLE MOTOR DRIVE

37 38

M M701
TRV MOTOR
R7323
5.6K
R7325
560
R7331
22K
R7315
2.7K

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SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM - 2
: +B SIGNAL LINE : CD-DA SIGNAL LINE : CD SIGNAL LINE

CD SERVO CIRCUIT
20
26
C7626 C7625 C7224 C7223
0.1 6.3V220 0.1 6.3V100

21 23

R7217 C7225
1K 1000P

C7226 22
R7211 1000P
82K
R7218
1000P
0.015

0.082 1K
R7221
0.1

100
C7218
C7241
C7217
C7244

C7231 C7230
6.3V220 0.1

R7212
C7263
820 C7234 C7233 C7232
0.1
16V10 0.1 6.3V220
16
LCH OUT
30 A.GND 15
RCH OUT 14
+3.3V 13
C7216
680P

D.GND 12
C7235 C7253 TO
C7264
16V10 470P LD SW 11
C7105
0.1
0.1
10 MAIN
TX CIRCUIT
9
15 C7243 +7.5V (CN2801) ON
41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 0.1 P.GND 8 SCHEMATIC
MCLK 7 DIAGRAM-5
PLFF0
AVSS2

AVDD2

AVSS1

IOMODE
IOVDD1
AVDD1

DVSS2
NC

OUTR

DVDD2
OUTL

REGON
CAGC

IREF
PLLF
DSLF
ARFOUT

NTEST
ARFIN

29 6
MDATA
C7102 5
0.47 MLD
40 RFIN 4
TX 61 25 BLKCK
39 RFOUT STAT 3
FLAG 62 R7254
38 RESERVE MCLK 63 2
1K /RST
C7106 1
0.1 37 RFVDD MDATA 64 C7166 REST SW
36 DCDET MLD 65 0.01 CN7002
R7253
35 A STAT 66
10
34 C BLKCK 67
33 B IC7002 NRST 68
32 D MN6627953HB DVSS3 69
R7220
1M
SERVO PROCESSOR
31 F DIGITAL SIGNAL PROCESSOR/ X2 70
30 E DIGITAL FILTER/ X1 71
D/A CONVERTER
29 LD IOVDD2 72
C7161 R7214
28 PD DQSY 73 0.1 X7201 680
27 VREF TXTD 74 H2B169500002
IN OUT
26 TEOUT TXTCK 75
25 TEN GIO0 76 GND
C7110 24 FEN
470P GIO1 77
23 FEOUT GIO2 78
R7102 C7147 C7142
390P 22 RFENV GOUT0 79
4.7K 0.022
21 CEA GOUT1 80
PWMSEL

R7144
ADPVCC

R7105 C7107
IOVDD3

SPOUT
DVDD1

TRVM2

47K
SPPOL
DVSS1

0.022
TRVP2

39K
TRVM
TRVP

EXT0
EXT2
EXT1
FEIN
TEIN

FOM

TRM
FOP

TRP

20 19 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1

C7155
0.1

R7106 R7104
1K 1K

C7149
3900P

S7201
REST SW
1

16

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17.2. (B) Main (Tuner) Circuit

SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM - 3 : +B SIGNAL LINE : FM SIGNAL LINE : AM SIGNAL LINE


: FM/AM SIGNAL LINE : FM OSC SIGNAL LINE : AM OSC SIGNAL LINE
MAIN (TUNER) CIRCUIT
R2604
1K Q2606
TUNER PACK CIRCUITZ2620 C2603
R2607
0.01
CF2601 330 CF2602
5.6P 2SK544 2.2P 2SC2786M LT10.7MA5DTF LT10.7MA5DTF
FM EXT
ANT 0.47U 1 3
7 1 3
1
1 1.2U C2604 R2606 R2601
75 OHM 1000P 470K 0
390

3.3P
820K
2

10P
2 R2605 2
2
GND
1000P
470 Q2601
100K 100K Q2601
180P 1000P
AM LOOP ANT
3 3 B1AABC000003
FM IF AMP
6 Q2606
AM EXT 4 220 390 R2621
4 390 R2603
ANT JK2601 100K
560K
C2601
0.01
C2602
16V10 270 C2620
B1GCCFJJ0015
22K TUNER 15V
5 16V10 SUPPLY SWITCH
2SC1675l1l2
4.7P 10P C2638
680K
2.7K

8 0.01
R2643
2.2P 22K

50V4.7
C2639
2.2P
C2619
2SC2787FL1TA 680P

R2620 R2646
47K 100K
C2617
0.01 C2644

C2618
R2642 6800P

0.01
C2616
0.033
6.8K
D2602 C2636

R2602
50V4.7

4.7K
B0CDBB000015

C2615

3300P
1000P C2614 C2609 C2642

C2631 150P
1000P 50V1 R2641

R2623
50V3.3

68K
6.8K
IC2601

C2637
C2641
LA1833NMNTLM 50V1
FM/AM IF AMP
DET/AM OSC MIX/ R2645
L2601 L2602 FM MPX 100K
GNS-A0882DC G2BPC0000016 R2619
3.3K
C2643
R2612 C2608 6800P
R2610 C2607 100K 8P 24 23 22 21 20 19 18 17 16 15 14 13
1K 0.047
OSC OUT

OSC

AM RF IN

RCH

LCH
AFC

AGC

AM OUT

MPX IN
PILOT IN
DET OUT

PILOT OUT
R2618
3.3K
AM MIX OUT

IC2601
FM IF IN

AM IF IN

FM DET

FM/AM

MONO
STRQ
GND
REG

VCC
SD

ST

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12
R2624
33

C2647
1000P
C2606 C2621
C2627 C2626 50V0.47
R2625

16V22 0.01
470

1 C2648
0.01
C2622

C2623
50V1

3 R2626 50V1
H3F1065A0002

1K
R2627
470

2 4
X2602

R2622
2.7K

1
R2644
120
5 6
Z2602
G2BAD0000003

R2611 R2631
390 120

R2628
R2613

C2629 C2649
10K

C2625 82 0.1
16V22 6.3V100
R2617
D2601 C2630 C2632 47K
B0BC5R000009 C2611 R2629 27K
6.3V100 1000P 50V4.7

R2614 C2624
C2613
1000P
R2615

5.6K 100P
560

R2651
82

C2633 C2612 R2616


12P 0.01 1K

20 19 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11
XOUT

VSS

AIN

IFIN
AMIN
AOUT

VDD

FMIN

MONO
PD
H0H720400007

TGND
C2610
X2603

0.01 IC2602 R2632 15V


TO
10K
LC72131MDTRM R2633 MAIN
R2652 PLL FREQUENCY SYNTHESIZER 1K DO/ST CIRCUIT
0
STRQ

SD (2A) ON
SDC
XIN

DO

AM

LW

FM

SCHEMATIC
CE

CL
DI

+7.5V
1 2 5 8
DIAGRAM-7
3 4 6 7 9 10
1A
C2634
12P
470
1K

1K

1K

R2638
3.3K RCH
CE TO
R2637

R2636

PLLCLK R2635

R2634

LCH MAIN
PLLDA CIRCUIT
R2630 DO/ST (2B) ON
SCHEMATIC
PLLDA

DO/ST
DO/ST

10K
PLLCLK
DIAGRAM-7
CE

SD

1B

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17.3. (B) Main Circuit


SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM - 4
: +B SIGNAL LINE : PLAYBACK SIGNAL LINE : AUX SIGNAL LINE
: -B SIGNAL LINE : RECORD SIGNAL LINE : MAIN SIGNAL LINE

MAIN CIRCUIT
Q2980
Q2978 B1GDCFJJ0023
1 CR02 B1GDCFJJ0023 DECK MOTOR SWITCH
SWITCH
2 MOTOR
BP1
3
4 DECK1_H

5
DMT Q2978 R2977
TO 0 W2917

DECK1_H
DECK 6 MOGND ERJ3GEY0R00V

SW5V
CIRCUIT

/MTR
MOT+B MOT10V
7
(CN1001) ON R2976
REC_H /REC
SCHEMATIC 8

/DCDET

CD7.5V
SW5V
+9V

VREF+
DIAGRAM-13 +15V 0 +15V
9
RECINR REC_R
10
RECINL REC_L D2813 R2899
11 B0ACCK000005 D2811
B0ADCJ000020 47K
AFGND C2976
12 16V10
PBR PBR
13
PBL
14 PBL

CN2803
R2184 C2183 R2181 C2181
3.3K 0 0 0
HI_L
C2998
0.1 R2216 R2154
12K 100K
AUXR
RCH
L2996 C2216 C2217 R2217
ERJ3GEY0R00V 680P 100P 2.7K
AUX
C2116 C2117 R2117
680P 100P 2.7K R2284 C2283 R2281 C2281 R2252
AUXL 0 0 0
LCH HI_R 3.3K 0
R2116
JK2801 12K
R2254
VREF+ 100K

R2943 R2946 R2945 R2944


10K 47K 47K 10K Q2705
D2704 R2710
CHG_CW CHG_CW R2715 C2708 220K
14 D2705 R2714
10K 16V100 120K
CHG_HALF CHG_HLF
13 Q2706
12 CD8V
CD8V 2SD0601AHL
DCDET SWITCH R2711 R2707
CHG_CCW CHG_CCW 100 1K D2703
11
TO R2942 22K CHG_AD1 D2703, D2704, D2705
CLAMP
CD LOADING 10 B0ACCK000005 R2713
CIRCUIT OPEN R2941 12K CHG_AD2 100K
9
(CN1) ON
CD_SW1 CHG_SW1
SCHEMATIC 8 -9V
DIAGRAM-10 PGND C2936 C2707
7 0.47 10V10
CD_SW2 CHG_SW2
6
DGND
5
R2940 220 SW5V R2712
5V 22
4
POSITION R2939 22K
3 Q2937 SW5V
R2702
3.3K
BOTTOMSW R2938 12K
2
CHG_PLR
PLUNGER R2704
1 0 Q2701
CN2805 R2936 Q2701 2SD0592ARA
1K R2705 SWITCH
4.7K
R2937
10K Q2704,Q2705
MOT10V
2SB0709AHL
R2701 R2706 LOW FREQUENCY AMPLIFIER
D2936
B0EAKM000117
Q2936 Q2937 2.2M
C2701
0.01 4.7K
Q2936
B1GBCFJJ0051 Q2704
B1ACKD000005 PLUNGER MOTOR
CD MOTOR SUPPLY SWITCH SUPPLY CONTROL SWITCH

C2706
0.01
R2708
10K R2709
FAN 100K

C2705
16V10

1 2
CN2810
TO FAN UNIT

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SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM - 5
: +B SIGNAL LINE : CD SIGNAL LINE TO
PANEL CIRCUIT
: -B SIGNAL LINE : MAIN SIGNAL LINE (CN6601) ON
SCHEMA TIC DIAGRAM-9
MAIN CIRCUIT CN2806 CN2806
30 29 28 27 26 25 24 23 22 21 20 19 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1

HP_L

/PLG2

SSEQ_LED
MOT10V

v_JOG_B

SW5V
PHOTO_2
V_JOG_A
/HALF_1
/MODE_1

PHOTO_1
/PLG1

FL_RST

FL_DOUT
FL_CLK

VREF+

SYS6V
FL_CS

DECK2
KEY3
KEY2
KEY1

PCONT
HP_R

SYNC
RMT
C2753
0.1

C2751 C2999
0.1 0.1

SSEQ_LED

PHOTO_2
PHOTO_1
v_JOG_B
V_JOG_A

FL_DOUT
/MODE_1

MOT10V
/HALF_1

FL_RST

FL_CLK

PCONT
DECK2

SYS6V
VREF+
/PLG2
/PLG1

FL_CS

SW5V
SYNC
HP_L

HP_R

KEY3
KEY2
KEY1

RMT
HP_R

HP_L

CONN

R2270 R2170
1 C2242 R2241 C2241
1 1 2.7K 1
R2168 R2166 OUT2
R2266 R2268 33 33
33 33

R2267 R2269 R2271 R2171 R2169


33
R2167
33
R2243 Q2571
33 33 3.3K 3.3K 100K Q2571
6 1
C2166
C2151 R2242 R2142
B1GFGCAA0001
C2266 16V10 1.5K 1.5K MUTING SWITCH
1000P 1000P
5 2
R2152 R2143
0 100K
4 3

OUT1

C2142 R2141 C2141


1 2.7K 1
CONN1
C2251 -9V
16V10
R2502 N R2503
C2501 27K
56K 50V2.2
R2501
2.2K MUTE_A
C2520 C2401
10P
Q2501
0.01 R2402 15K CONN

R2403 C2402 R2532 Q2501


330K 47P 0
B1GDCFJJ0023
MUTING CONTROL
8 7 6 5

IC2804
IC2804 C0AABA000009
DUAL OP-AMP

1 2 3 4

C2301 R2303 C2302


10P 330K 47P C2521
R2531

0.01
0
CONN1
+9.0V

R2302
-9.0V

15K

Q2906
CD7.5V

BLKCK RCH
Q2906,Q2907 R2919 LCH
4.7K
B1ABCE000016 C2203 C2103
CDSTAT SWITCH 1000P 1000P

R2920 R2921
Q2907 CD8V
4.7K 4.7K C2102 SW5V
SW5V R2925 0.1
4.7K R2908 R2932
MCLK R2907 330 0
1K
MDATA C2202
0.1 R2102
MLD 1.8K
4.7K
4.7K
4.7K
10K
10K

R2927 R2202
CD_RST 4.7K 1.8K
R2912
C2907
R2914
R2916
R2924
R2918

470P

C2906 1000P
R2201 R2101 C2904
R2931 10K D2901 16V100
1.2K 1.2K B0ADCC000002
R2922 R2930 10K C2201 C2101 R2909
10K
16V100

1 1 2.2K
R2929 10K Q2902
C2901 R2910
R2928 10K 0.1 330
R2901 C2903
C2902
16V10

RESTSW
C2905

R2933 R2903 10K 0.01


0
0
0

0
0
0

0 15

R2902
R2926

Q2901
R2923
R2917

R2911
R2915

D2904
R2913

B0EAKM000117 12
B1ACKD000005
SWITCH
RCH_OUT
/RESTSW

LCH_OUT
CD_GND

Q2902
BLKCLK

CD3.3V
LD_SW
MDATA

AGND

B1AACF000064
PGND
MCLK

+7.5V
STAT
/RST

MLD

SWITCH

16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1
CN2801

TO
CD SERVO CIRCUIT
(CN7002) ON
SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM-2

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SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM - 6

: +B SIGNAL LINE
MAIN CIRCUIT

DECK1_H

/PLG1
/REC

/HALF_1
VCC
V_JOG_B

/PLG2

/MODE_1
EXP_DAT

/MTR
EXP_CLK

V_JOG_A
SSEQ_LED
CD_RST

FL_RST
CDSTAT

SW_LED
FL_CS
FL_CLK
FL_DOUT
MDATA
MLD

10K
10K
4.7K
10K
10K

1K

R2841
R2842
R2843
R2846
R2845
R2844
VREF+

80 79 78 77 76 75 74 73 72 71 70 69 68 67 66 65 64 63 62 61 60 59 58 57 56 55 54 53 52 51
MDATA

R2831
CD_RST
SSEQ_LED

HALF_1
VSS

NC
NC
MLD

NC

MODE_1
EX1_CLK

VCC

SW_LED
V_JOG_A

DECK1_H
EX1_DAT

REC
FL_CS

PLG1
NC
V_JOG_B

NC
STATUS

NC

PLG2
MTR
NC

FL_RESET
FL_CLK
FL_DOUT
10K

MCLK 81 MCLK NC 50
RESTSW 82 /RESTSW NC 49
CHG_HLF
83 CHG_HLF NC 48
CHG_CW R2834 1K /DCDET
84 CHG_CW DCDET 47
CHG_CCW PCONT
85 CHG_CCW PCONT/EFP_/CE 46
CHG_SW1
86 CHG_SW1 NC 45
CHG_SW2
87 CHG_SW2 NC 44
CHG_PLR EE_DAT
88 CHG_PLR EE_DAT 43
CHG_AD2 R2856 100 EE_CLK
89 CHG_AD2 EE_CLK 42
CHG_AD1 R2857 100
90 CHG_AD1 IC2801 EE_CS/EFP_/EPM 41
EE_CS
DECK2 91 DECK2 C2CBJG000565 MUTE_A 40
MUTE_A
KEY3 R2858 100 MICROPROCESSOR MUTE_H
92 KEY3 MUTE_H 39
KEY2 R2859 100
93 KEY2 REG1 38
KEY1 R2860 100
94 KEY1 REG2 37
PHOTO_2 R2861
100 95 PHOTO_2 REG3 36
96 AVSS REG4 35
W2909 W2912
PHOTO_1 R2862
97 PHOTO_1 REG5 34
/RESET/EFP_RESET
CNVSS/EFP_CNVSS

VREF+ 100 CLK


98 VREF REG6 33
RXD
HARMONIC_SW

VCC 99 AVCC REG7 32


C2814 1500P

TXD
C2817 100P
C2816 100P
100P

C2813 100P
C2812 100P
C2811 100P

100 DEMO REG8 31

100K

100K

100K

100K

100K

100K

100K

100K
ASP_DAT
XC_OUT

SW_LV1
SW_LV2

ASP_CLK
X_OUT

BLKCK
PLLCE

ST/DO
XC_IN

SYNC
LM_L

BYTE

PLLDA
PLLCK
C2815

VCC

RMT
/NMI
VSS
X_IN
NC

NC
NC
NC
NC

SD

NC

R2820

R2821

R2822

R2823

R2824
R2817

R2818

R2819
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30
R2803

R2867
10K
R2802

100K W2909, W2912


100

R2801 ERJ3GEY0R00V
C2821 100P 10K
C2820 100P R2804 47K SW5V
C2819 100P R2805 47K
C2818 100P R2807 10K
R2806 10K
HARMONIC_SW

ASP_DAT
ASP_CLK
SW_LV1
BLKCK

SW_LV2
/RESET
CNVSS

DO/ST
PLLCE

PLLCK
PLLDA
SYNC
LM_L

RMT
VCC

SD
XC_IN

XIN
XC_OUT
EE_DAT
EE_CLK

X_OUT
EE_CS

VREF+

C2851 0.1
R2891 47K D2802
B0ADCJ000020
R2810 22K
C2831 0.022 SYS6V
C2832 330P
R2876 22K
R2877 22K R2892
C2852 C2853 0
16V100 0.1 R2811
4 3 2 1 0
R2881
220 C2854
16V100

IC2802 R2886
1M
Q2806 C2857
C3EBDG000052 50V2.2
VREF+
E-EPROM IC
(NOT SUPPLIED) R2883 C2856
330K
1
C2840 IN OUT Q2806
5 6 7 8 R2882
10M X2801
18P D2804 B1GBCFJJ0051
R2878
GND
B0ACCK000005 POWER RESET
H0A327200073 CONTROL SWITCH
X2802
C2833 4.7K H2B100500004
330P C2841
18P

65
SA-AK23 0GCP

SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM - 7
: +B SIGNAL LINE : AUX SIGNAL LINE : MAIN SIGNAL LINE
: -B SIGNAL LINE : CD SIGNAL LINE : PLAYBACK SIGNAL LINE

: FM/AM SIGNAL LINE : RECORD SIGNAL LINE


MAIN CIRCUIT

D2951
B0BC7R500001

C2952
0.01 C2951

D2951
0.01
TGND
PBL

PBR
TO
+15V +15V MAIN (TUNER)
R2953 CIRCUIT
R2317 DO/ST 10K
100K
DO/ST (1A) ON
REC_L SD SD SCHEMATIC
R2111 R2211 +9.0V +7.5V DIAGRAM-3
10K 10K C2120 R2318 2.7K
1 R2954 2A
R2112 REC_R 27
22K R2212 R2418 2.7K
22K R2417
C2112 C2111 100K
1500P 0.1 C2212 C2211
1500P 0.1 C2220 C2207 0.1 R2206 100 RCH
1
PLLCE R2952 4.7K CE TO
R2106 100 LCH
MAIN (TUNER)
CIRCUIT
C2208 R2207 C2206 PLLDA (1B) ON
1000P 47K 3300P
DO/ST SCHEMATIC
PLLCLK DIAGRAM-3
2B

C2107
0.1

C2108 R2107 C2106 PLLDA


1000P 47K 3300P
PLLCLK/

C2311 C2312 R2316


0.15 0.15 8.2K
1 VIN1 REC1 32
R2311 R2416
0 8.2K
2 SEL1 REC2 31
C2411 C2412 C2121 R2103
0.15 0.15 0.1 6.8K
3 VIN2 MNF1 30
R2411 C2221
0 0.1
4 SEL2 MOUT1 29
C2126 R2108 FAN FAN 1
0.1 6.8K /DCDET DC_DET
5 A1(L) MNF2 28 2
C2226 MUTE_H R2571 MUTE_H
0.1 3
6 A2(R) MOUT2 27 +15V 2.2K +15V
C2131 R2113 4
0.22 8.2K HI_L HIGH_LIN
7 B1(L) BNF1 26 5 TO
C2231 HI_R HIGH_RIN
6
POWER
0.1 CIRCUIT
8 B2(R) BOUT1 25 A_GND
C2136 R2118 7 (CN5800) ON
IC2803 0.22 8.2K LOW_LIN SCHEMATIC
8
9 C1(L) BNF2 24 DIAGRAM-11
C2236 LOW_RIN
9
0.1
10 C2(R) BOUT2 23 AGND
10
C2114
0.01 OUT1 11
11 D1 OUT1 22
C2214 T GND 12
0.01 OUT2
12 D2 OUT2 21 CN2809
C2583
0.22
13 E1(L) CAP 20
P_GND
1
C2118 C2119 14 E2(R) VCC 19 FL_GND
0.1 1000P 2
C2588 C2582
0.1 UP GND
16V100 3
N

15 FILTER SI 18
C2218 C2219 C2585 R2585 4
C2581 220P 330K TO
0.1 1000P 16V33 16 GND SC 17 CD8V CD8V
POWER
N

5
R2582 CIRCUIT
0 6
(CN5801) ON
IC2803 SCHEMATIC
7
C1BB00000732 LED9V LED9V DIAGRAM-11
AUDIO SOUND PROCESSOR 8
MOT10V MOT10V
9
+9V +9V
10
C2584 R2584 R2586 R2587 -9V -9V
220P 330K 1.2K 1.2K 11
SW5V SW5V
ASP_CLK

ASP_DAT

12
AUXR

SW5V
AUXL

CN2808
RCH
LCH

C2977
+9V

16V100

66
SA-AK23 0GCP

17.4. (C) Panel Circuit

SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM - 8
: +B SIGNAL LINE : MAIN SIGNAL LINE
: -B SIGNAL LINE
PANEL CIRCUIT
SYS6V S6210
R6458 DECK1
4.7K

R6210

10K
D6458
B3AAA00000583 S6209

POWER KEY3 AUX

R6209

6.8K
S6301
R6399
10K S6208
OPEN/CLOSE TAPE
VREF+
VR6491

R6208

4.7K
R6199 EVEKE2F3524M
R6102

S6101
10K
1K

JOG VOL S6207


CD1 KEY1
DECK2

R6207

2.7K
S6102
R6103

1K

S6206
CD2
DECK1/2
S6103

R6206
R6104

2.2K
1.2K

A COM B S6305
CD3 S6205
1 2 3
S6104 D6457 STOP DEMO/
R6105

R6205
B3AAA00000583
1.8K

1.8K
R6305 DISPLAY
MOT10V 1.8K
CD4 S6204
S6304
R6106

S6105 FF /
2.2K

C6491 C6492 REC

R6204
UP

1.2K
R6457 100P 100P R6304
CD5 3.9K 1.2K
S6203 S6303
S6106
SSEQ_LED
R6111

LED9V CD SSEQ
47K

R6203
R6491

1K
R6492 R6303
47K 47K 1K
Q6457 S6202

TUNER

R6202
R6302

1K
1K
VJOG_B
S6201
VREF
REW /
Q6457 VJOG_A DOWN
B1GACFLL0007 R6493
10K
LED DRIVE
K2
KEY3

5
R6425
4 10K
HEADPHONE

HPL PLG1
2
HPR
Q6425 PLG2
3
C6552 R6406
6 C6551
0.01 0.01 C6553 Q6421 R6421 270K
0.01 10K PHOTO_1
7
PHOTO_2
1
JK6551 R6405
270K
Z6481
MOT10V
B3RAB0000040
REMOTE SENSOR
R6416 R6415 R6412 R6411
1K 22K 1K 22K
VDD G O
3 2 1 Q6421, Q6425
Q6411
Q6415
RMT B1GACFLL0007 R6404
PLUNGER:ON/OFF SWITCH 2.7 R6403
2.7
C6481
6.3V47 Q6411, Q6415
VREF
B1ACKD000005
PLUNGER SUPPLY
SWITCH
D6635
B0BA5R600016
-VP_A
FL2

FL1

PCONT

SYNC
SYS6V

C6635 VREF+
50V3.3

SW5V
D6635 R6402
10K MODE_1

HALF_1
R6632
47 R6401
10K
DECK2

R6631
47
VREF_GND

PPHOTO_2

PPHOTO_1
MODE_1
STGND
PCONT

DVREF
DECK2
SYS6V

PGND
SYS6V

DGND
SYNC

HALF

PL1
PL2
FL2

FL1
-VP

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1
H6555/ CP6401
W6555

TO TO
TRANSFORMER CIRCUIT DECK MECHANISM CIRCUIT
(CN971) ON
(CN5951) ON SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM-13
SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM-10

67
SA-AK23 0GCP

SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM - 9
: +B SIGNAL LINE : -B SIGNAL LINE : MAIN SIGNAL LINE

PANEL CIRCUIT

FL6601
A2BD00000111
G10
G11
P16

P15

P14

P13

P12

P10

FL2
P11
g10
g11

NC
G9

G8

G7

G6

G5

G4

G3

G2

G1
P9

P8

P7
P6

P5

P4

P3

P2
P1
F1

g9

g8

g7

g6

g5

g4

g3

g2

g1

1 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 43
FL00

FL01
FL02
FL03
FL04
FL05
FL06

FL07
FL08

FL09
FL10

FL12

FL13

FL14
FL15

FL16
FL17
FL18
FL19
FL20
FL21
FL22
FL23
FL24
FL25
FL26
FL27
FL28
FL29
FL30
FL11

C6631
FL1

FL2

35V22
FL09
FL00

FL01

FL02
FL03
FL04
FL05
FL06
FL07
FL08

FL10
FL11

C6632
40 39 38 37 36 35 34 33 32 31 35V22
FL09
FL02
FL03
FL04
FL05
FL06
FL07
FL08

FL10
FL11

FL12
1 FL1 FL12 30
R6601 FL13
2 FL0 FL13 29
FL_CS 470 FL14
3 FL_CS FL14 28
FL15
4 GND FL15 27
5 XIN IC6601 FL16 26
FL16
R6611 15K
6 XOUT C0HBB0000044 FL17 25
FL17
SW5V FL DRIVER FL18
7 VCC FL18 24
FL_RESET R6602 470 FL19
8 FL_RESET FL19 23
FL_CLK R6603 220 FL20
9 SCLK FL20 22
FL_DOUT R6604 220 FL21
10 SDATA FL21 21
C6636 C6604 C6603 C6602 C6601 C6612 C6623 C6621
100P 100P 100P 1000P 100P 27P 6.3V47 100P
FL30
FL29
FL28
FL27

FL26
FL25
FL24
FL23
FL22
VP

11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20
-VP_A

FL24

FL22
FL30
FL29
FL28
FL27

FL26
FL25

FL23
FL_RESET FL_RESET
FL_DOUT
FL_CS
PHOTO_2 PHOTO_2

MODE_1
VJOG_B
PHOTO_1 PHOTO_1

VJOG_A
KEY3
KEY1
SYS6V

FL_CLK
SYNC

DECK2

MOT10V
SW5V

HPL
RMT

PLG2
PCONT

HPR
VREF+

K2

PLG1

HALF
SSEQ_LED

FL_DOUT

MODE_1
MOT10V
VJOG_A
VJOG_B
FL_CLK
PCONT

DECK2
VREF+
SYS6V

FL_CS
SW5V
SYNC

KEY1

KEY3

PLG2

HALF
PLG1
RMT

HPR

HPL
K2

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30
CN6601

TO
MAIN CIRCUIT
(CN2806) ON
SCHEMATIC
DIAGRAM-5

68
SA-AK23 0GCP

17.5. (D) Transformer Circuit, (E) CD Detect Circuit, (F) Spindle Position
Circuit & (G) CD Loading Circuit

SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM - 10
: +B SIGNAL LINE : -B SIGNAL LINE

TRANSFORMER CIRCUIT S5950


VOLTAGE
D5950-D5953 SELECTOR
B0EAMM000038
VCC+ 1
1 A
D5950 2
2 D5952 F2 B
VCC- 250V 1.6A 3 A: 240V
3 C5960
TO 4
A
B: 120V
POWER 4 0.1 FC3 FC4 5
CIRCUIT AC GND D5953 6
B
5 D5951
(H5950/
W5950) ON T5950
6 R5965 G4C7AGK00007
SCHEMATIC AC_IN 12K
DIAGRAM-11 7
8 SUB B
SUB+B GND D5956 FP5950
9 D5954 4000
C5950 C5959
CN5950 25V2200 RL5950
0.01 K6B1AEA00015

D5955 1 2
D5954-D5957 D5957
Q5951 B0EAKM000117

2SB0621AHA 3 4
VOLTAGE REGULATOR
(-VP)
Q5953
D5959 C5955
Q5951 B0EAKM000117 50V22 B1AACF000064
POWER CONTROL
SWITCH D5965
B0EAKM000117
C5958 R5960 B0AACK000004
0.01 4.7K C5956 FP5951 Q5954
D5958
1000
R5961
50V47 B1BACD000017
C5957 D5960 CURRENT LIMITING
50V10 150 MAZ42700LF SWITCH
Q5953
FL2
1
-VP
2
FL1 R5951
3 3.3K
SYS6V
TO 4
PANEL SYS6V F1
5
CIRCUIT D5966 R5956 R5955 R5954 250V 1.25A
(H6555/ 6
PCONT B0EAKM000117 10 10 10 Q5954 D5961,D5962,
D5980,D5981,D5988
W6555) ON SYNC B0EAKM000117 FC1 FC2
7 R5971 C5964 R5952
SCHEMATIC 820K 0.01 1.2K C5961
ST_GND D5961
DIAGRAM-8 8 10V470
D_GND
Q5950 D5980
9 Z5950
Q5950 C5953 C5951 ERZV10V511CS
D5988 R5972 0.01
CN5951 B1BACD000017 0.01 1.5K
SYSTEM 6V
VOLTAGE REGULATOR T5951
C5952 D5981 C5962 D5962 RTP1H3E002 JK5950
10V47 D5964 10V470
B0BA6R600008
Q5952 R5958 C5963
AC IN
10K 35V4.7
110V-127V/
Q5952 220V-240V,
C5954 R5957 50/60Hz
B1GACFJJ0016 0.01 10K
SYCHRONISING
SWITCH

IC1
C0GAM0000005
MOTOR DRIVE
VREF
VCC

NC
NC

VS

10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1

C2
0.01 C1

M 50V5.6P
R1 100K
RM1

D2
CD DETECT B0BA4R600003

CIRCUIT L
Q1 1
W2 W2 PLUNGER
BOTTOMSW 2
SW4
3 3 POSITION 3
CD 2 2 4
PSLED
1 1 5
D_GND
6
SW2 SW1 SW2
PUSH PUSH P_GND 7
8
SW3 OPEN SW1
D1
OPEN
9 TO
B3NA0000096 10 MAIN CIRCUIT
CLAMP
11 (CN2805) ON
CCW SCHEMATIC
12
DRIVEPOWER DIAGRAM-4
13
Q1 HALF
D1 14
B1GACFGG0004 CW
4 4 POWER SUPPLY
3 3 CONTROL CN1
2 2
1 1
SW5 LOAD W1

SPINDLE CD LOADING
POSITION CIRCUIT
CIRCUIT

69
SA-AK23 0GCP

17.6. (H) Power Circuit

SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM - 11

: +B SIGNAL LINE : -B SIGNAL LINE : MAIN SIGNAL LINE

POWER CIRCUIT

IC5802
IC5802
RSN35H2B-P

MUTE C

AC DET
IN GND

OUT_R
-VCCM

OUT_L
LATCH
+IN_R

+IN_L

+VCC
-IN_R

-IN_L POWER HIC

-VCC
12 GND
14 13 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1
C5501 0.01

C5521
470P
820P

820P
470P

100V10

R5450
330K
C5240

C5442

C5242
C5440

C5443 D5814
100V10 B0AACK000004

C5441
15P C5243
R5445 15P C5838 R5853
5.6K R5449 50V2.2 220K
68K
R5854 R5856
C5545 22K 1 L
-
R5250 22K
50V1 68K
R
-
R5242 2
5.6K + SPEAKER
3 L
+
R
R5546

C5547 4
56K

R5545
56K 50V1 C5444 C5244 JK5952
R5451 R5251 0.1 0.1
150K 150K C5447 C5846
0.1 0.1
R5801
R5245 R5447 10K R5455 R5855
5.6K 5.6K 10 10

C5803 Q5813
1000P C5802 R5806
100K
Q5812 6.3V220 Q5812-Q5813
B1AACF000064
1 FAN DC DETECT SWITCH
DC_DET
2
MUTE_H
3
4 +15V R5802
22K
TO 5 LCH Q5814 Q5801
MAIN 6
RCH Q5814 B1BACG000023
D5813 10V VOLTAGE REGULATOR
CIRCUIT B0AACK000004 B1AACF000064
(CN2809) ON 7 HEADPHONE
15K
15K

MUTING SWITCH Q5802


SCHEMATIC 8 B1BCCG000002
DIAGRAM-7 VOLTAGE SUPPLY SWITCH
9
R5246

R5446

Q5805
10
B1ACCF000063
11 CURRENT CONTROL SWITCH

12 T GND

CN5800 VCC+
1
R5808 2
270 VCC-
3
R5809 R5807 TO
D5802 390 270 4 TRANSFORMER
B0BA01500003 AC GND CIRCUIT
R5804 R5805 5
47K 47K
(CN5950) ON
63V2200
63V2200

6 SCHEMATIC
C5840
C5820

Q5808 Q5803 ACIN DIAGRAM-10


B1AAKD000009 B1BACG000023 Q5801 7
5V VOLTAGE REGUALTOR 15V VOLTAGE REGULATOR SUB B 8

R5811 R5810 9
470 2.7K D5801 C5804
B0BA9R600002 0.01 H5950/
Q5804 R5812 W5950
FP5833

2.7K
B1BCCG00002 C5808 C5807
400

16V10 R5814
P_GND 16V10
1 CURRENT STABILISER
SWITCH
Q5805 3.3K

2 D_GND Q5806 C5805


16V100
B1GCCFGA0005
R5813

Q5807
UP GND Q5802
3.3K
C5806

3
0.01

SUB B B1AACF000064 CURRENT LIMITING SWITCH


R5834 R5816
4 10V VOLTAGE REGUALTOR (SHORT CIRCUIT PROTECTION) 33 33
CD8V
TO 5
MAIN 6 R5821 R5820 R5819 R5818 R5858
CIRCUIT R5824
Q5803 8.2 8.2 8.2 4.7 27 E5800
(CN2808) ON 7 2.2
SCHEMATIC 8 C5809 R5822
DIAGRAM-7 0.01 3.3K
B0BA01500003

9
MOT10V Q5808
R5826
R5825

R5827
D5803

2.2

C5813
2.2

+9V C5810 R5823 D5804 Q5804


2.2

10 25V10 25V100 470 D5805 B0AACK000004


-9V C5814
11
0.01 R5847 C5811 R5828
12
SW 5V 0.01 10K Q5806
R5831

22
2.2K

CN5801 R5832 D5807


150 D5808 R5830
D5808
B0BA5R600016
D5805,D5807
B0EAKM000117 Q5807 1.2K

R5829 C5812 D5809


330 25V33 B0BA9R600002

70
SA-AK23 0GCP

17.7. (I) Deck Circuit & (J) Deck Mechanism Circuit

SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM -12


: +B SIGNAL LINE : PLAYBACK SIGNAL LINE
: RECORD SIGNAL LINE

DECK CIRCUIT

C1038 R1055
C1057 220P C1034
1000P 2.2K
50V3.3

C1044
10V33

50V4.7
R1101 R1100 R1015

C1043
R1029
C1032

4.7M
0 0 47 0.018
1 1
R
L 2 2 R1090 R1040
3 3 IC1001 220 0
PLACKBACK L
HEAD 4 4 AN7348S-E1 C1030
10V100
P.B EQ/REC AMP/ C1059
5 5 ALC/TPS AMP 0.01
R

R1018
3.9K

C1036
0.033
CS1001

C1056
16V10
C1046
C1040 16V220
C1015 C1012 16V10
1000P 1000P R1032
10K
24 23 22 21 20 19 18 17 16 15 14 13
R1017
8.2K

PB AMP
OUTPUT

REC OUT
TAPE A
INPUT

ALC LOW
CUT

VCC
ALC T
PB AMP
EQ

REC IN
PB AMP

CRO/NOR
NF
TAPE A
INPUT

HI/LO
C1020 C1019
470P R1009
18K 1000P
IC1001

REC/PB SW
REC OUT
10

OUTPUT

OUTPUT
AB SW T
PB AMP

PB AMP

PB AMP

RIPPLE
TAPE B
TAPE B

REC IN

FILTER
AB SW
INPUT
INPUT

GND
EQ
NF
5
C1058
1000P 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12
RECORD/PLAY
HEAD
R1019
3.9K

C1039
220P
1 1

R1099

R1030

C1045
10V22
100
50V3.3

0
C1035

L 2 2
10V100
C1031

3 3
R 4 4
C1023 C1033

C1041
16V10
ERASE 5 5 1000P 0.018

R1022
HEAD R1010

10K
CS1002
C1027
1000P

18K R1016 C1037


47 50V3.3
4
C1021 R1035
470P 10K
3
11 C1022 R1028 C1042 R1031
1000P 8.2K 16V22 27K
R1001
1

IC1004
C1AA00000612 R1002
12 R/P SELECT 0
CTRL2

CTRL1
GND
VCC

SW

1 2 3 4 5

C1002
2.2 C1009
16V47 R1020
0

R1005 R1026
4.7K 1K

C1006
50V1 L1001 Q1004-Q1005
L1002 R1014
7L1A62N
G0C470JA0052 B1AAGC000007 C1014 4.7K
BIAS OSCILLATOR 1000P
6 1
C1007
4700P 5 2 Q1004 R1012
4.7K
4 3

C1011 C1018
0.047 0.01
Q1005 R1013
4.7K
Q1003 R1004 R1007
4.7
1.5K C1013
1000P
R1027 R1025 R1024
0 0 0 C1010
Q1003 C1016 C1017
25V100 2200P 2200P
B1AAGC000007
SWITCHING
(RECH)

R1003 D1003 D1004


10K B0ACCK000005 B0BC3R700004 Q1007
C1026
R1011 6.3V47
10K
C1008
50V1 Q1007
B1ABCE000016
BIAS OSC CONTROL

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SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM - 13 : PLAYBACK SIGNAL LINE


: +B SIGNAL LINE
: RECORD SIGNAL LINE TO
MAIN CIRCUIT (CN2803) ON
SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM-4
DECK CIRCUIT CN1001
14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1

RECINR
AFGND

+B

MO+B
RECINL

REC_H

MO GND
DMT

BP1
DECK1_H

MOTOR
PBL

PBR
R1098
10K
R1060
390

R1091 R1057
0 2.2K
R1097 +
R1092 10K 1 1
0
2 2 - M
R1084 R1049 W1002
0
2.2K Q1017
C1049 B1AARC000002
3300P MOTOR SWITCH

R1086 R1050
2.2K 0

C1050
3300P
R1087 R1085
47K 47K

DECK MECHANISM CIRCUIT

IC971
CNB13030R2AU
PHOTO INTERRUPTER
D971
RECINH_F

R972
820 MA2C16500E MODE
MODE
HALF

D1_CRO2

R973 PL970 PL
39K GND
PHOTO_T
S975
S972

S971

HALF
STBY_5V
VREF_GND
PHOTO_S

7 6 5 4 3 2 1
PL2
VREF_GND

MODE
HALF

RECINH_F

AD_OUT
RECINH_R

STBY_5V

Z971 1
RGSD12A1445T
PL1
2
STBY_5V
3
PL_GND
4 TO
AD_OUT
5
PANEL
PHOTO_PB
CIRCUIT
IC951 6 (CP6401) ON
CNB13030R2AU PHOTO_RP SCHEMATIC
7
PHOTO INTERRUPTER HALF_PB DIAGRAM-8
D951
MA2C16500E MODE 8
VREF_GND
D1_CRO2 9
R952
820 MODE_PB
PL971 PL 10
GND
PHOTO_T CN971
R953 S952 HALF
39K HALF
STBY_5V
VREF_GND
S951
MODE

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18 Printed Circuit Board


Note: Circuit board diagrams may be modified at any time with the development of new technology.

18.1. (A) CD Servo P.C.B.


A B C D E F G

1
A CD SERVO P.C.B (REPX0443A) C7224

C7217
C7218

C7241

W7028
C7244
C7670

R7211
2

C7203
R7217
C7223
C7601
C7105 C7106
W7011
R7212
W7033

TP22 TP29 C7204


X

W7005
X W7040
TP30
C7231 X C7102
C7216 R7601
W7041
R7218 C7230
R7221
TP20 41 40

W7043

W7019

W7009
C7225

W7008
W7042

W7004
3 C7226
X
C7234
TP21

W7051
W7052
W7053
W7054
W7055

W7050
X W7044 C7110
C7253 C7263
TP23 C7147
C7235

W7034 X C7264 W7007

W7020
R7105

R7102
60 21 R7144
W7027 C7625
TP26 IC7002
X C7149
CN7002 W7018 W7021 W7022

R7106
4
C7107

R7104
61 20

W7023
16 C7142
C7232
15
C7155 CN7001
C7233

14
TP25 W7025 W7001 W7003
13
C7626

W7024
X
12
C7243

11 2 1

10
4 3
9
C7161

80 1
8 S7201 R7339 C7613 6 5

REST SW
5
7
8 7 Q7601
6 W7006 C
R7220

10 9
R7214

5
W7012
R7331
W7017

4 11
12
3 W7010 B E

R7650
2
X7201 14 13
R7328
R7349

C7338
R7315

R7335

R7336

1 15
R7323

16
R7325

TP1 C7352
C7166
R7253

X C7315
R7254

TP36
TP15 X
6
R7327

R7329
C7339

X TP3 TP12
X C7614
X

M7302
SPL MOTOR M 26 14

TP16
X
M7301
TRV MOTOR
C7334

C7335
W7002

TP35 IC7003
X
7 TP37
X M W7014

W7013 1 13
W7016
W7015
TP38
X
PbF

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18.2. (B) Main P.C.B.

A B C D E F G

1
B MAIN P.C.B (REPX0442W)

CN2810
TO FAN W2257

2
C2708
R2713

W2457
W2236
W2237

C2936
R2940

W2511
2 R290

R2714
W2258
Q2706 1
CN2805
W2259

W2247
E
C2701 R2701

R2709 C 1 3 5 7 9 11 13
D2705

C2705
Q2704 B W2260

C2904
R2933
E B R2715 2 4 6 8 10 12 14
Q2705
R2708

C
W2261
R2706 C2706

R2712 Q2936 W2248


C D2704 W2265
C2707

E
R2710

B
D2936 B W2249
R2702 D2703 W2262

R2945 R2941
R2946 R2942
R2711

N R2858 R2860

R2857
R2944
C
Q2701 Q2937
W2250
W2263

R2937
B E C2813 R2859
W2512 W2243 W2251

R2932
E
R2705

C R2903
C B
R2939 W2252
W2242
E R2707 R2938 C2815 C2814 D2904
R2943 W2253
W2241

3 W2240
R2936

R2920
R2926
W2238

W2104
W2254
W2245
R2704 W2239 W2275
W2402 AK230

W2409 GCP

W2255
JK2601

W2906

R2924
R2923
W2256
W2277 Q
C2951

D2951 R2954
W2925 W2926
4 W2279

R2867
R2631

R2921
R2922
R2644

C2853

C2857
C2636
W2429

AM LOOP
W2427

W2428

C2614 R2619 R29


ANTENNA Q2606

W2287
R2620 R2856 W

C2812
CF2602 R2914
R2618

3 B
W2415
W2414

C2811
W2430

W2431
C2609

3 2 1
W2410 C C2627 R291
W2282

C2852
C2615
W2413 W2432 W2434

R2621
4
E W2283
L2601
R2625 8
C2606

1 24 81
C2626

W2411
W2433

C2619
4 6 2 1
C2620
R2626 C2616
W2412

C2631
2 -2 -1 W2207
Z2602
R2602 C2644 R2811
3 2 1
6 IC2601 W2456
C2639 R2643

C2638
D2602 R2601 R2646
R2624

4 5 3 R2952
R2612

C2649
X2602

A R2606 R2607 R2623 R2642 100


W2416

CA W2286
A W2424 C2642
12 13 C2643
C2617
C2618

C2608 C2607
W2417

E C B
C2629 R2645 W2284
L2602 C2637
1 IC280
C2648

W2426 Q2601 R2801


W2423

4 6 R2641
C2623
W2422 C2647

W2439

C2603
W2435

W2436

W2438

W2440

FM LOOP -2 -1 C2621 R2882


ANTENNA
R2603 R2604

C2641
W2437

3 2 1 X2801
C2604

C2613 R2622
C2602

R2630

R2883
CF2601 C2856
W2425

W2443

5
1 3 2 1 R2652 C2622
C2840
R2610

R2886
W2418

W2448

R2605 W2442 R2881


R2627 R2632 C2841
Z2620 X2802
W2919

W2421 C2624 R2638 30


TUNER PACK (REP1999B) 11 10 W2455 3 2 1
R2629 R2617
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 R2633 W2453
R2651
W2420 W2227 W2289
C2601
GND

GND

R2634 R2953
W2446 AMT

OSC

IC2602
V+

B+

R2616
C2632
IF

D2804
R2635 W2452
W2447

W2514 W2290
R2636 W2451
C2610
R2637
Q2806 W2291

R2891
C2851
20 1
W2450 E
W2441 X2603 C W2292
C2612

D2601

R2614 B
R2613 C2630 W2913 R2810
W2419

W2293
C2634
C2633

W2225
R2628

R2611
R2615

D2802

R2892
6
W2297
C2625

C2611

CA

R2805 R2802
R2804 R2803
A C2821
W2454 W
W2382

CA
W2226

C2819
C2820
W2458
C2854
W2381

R2807
C2952

R2806
W2155 W
W2134
W2103
W2128
W2389

W2388
W2121

W2387

W2461
W2386

W2375

W2168
W2377
W2376
W2156

W2136

W2141

W2169
W2165

W2157

W2147
W2158

W2385
W2164

R2501
C2118

C2218
W2501
W2151

R2502

C2217
W2502

Q2501 C
W2119

R2217 C2117 R2582


C2501

C2588
C2216
L2996

W2369
C2582
W2374

R2117 R2503
B E

7
W2380

N
R2116
C2116

W2166

C2583
C2998
W2115

C2585
R2585
W2167

W2138

JK2801 R2216
R2586
W2117

17 16
W2114

C2584
W2919
W2126

4-RG W2139
W2127

R2587
R2584

C2141
IC2803
R2154
W2928 R2152
R2281

AUX C2236
C2151
C2281

2-L
C2181

3-LG
C2136