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SERVICE MANUAL No. S1308XL55//// MICRO COMPONENT SYSTEM MODEL XL-55 XL- 55 Micro Component System consisting of XL- 55 (main unit) and CP- XL55 (speaker system). MODEL XL-55C Illustration XL-55 XL- 55C Micro Component System consisting of XL- 55C (main unit) and CP- XL55 (speaker system). • In the interests of user-safety the set should be restored to its original condition and only parts identical to those specified should be used. CONTENTS Page IMPORTANT SERVICE NOTES (FOR U.S.A. ONLY) ... 2 SPECIFICATIONS ... 2 NAMES OF PARTS ... 3 DISASSEMBLY... 4 REMOVING AND REINSTALLING THE MAIN PARTS.....
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SERVICE MANUAL

No. S1308XL55////

MICRO COMPONENT SYSTEM MODEL XL-55

XL- 55 Micro Component System consisting of XL- 55 (main unit) and CP- XL55 (speaker system).

MODEL XL-55C

Illustration XL-55 XL- 55C Micro Component System consisting of XL- 55C (main unit) and CP- XL55 (speaker system). • In the interests of user-safety the set should be restored to its original condition and only parts identical to those specified should be used.

CONTENTS

Page IMPORTANT SERVICE NOTES (FOR U.S.A. ONLY) ... 2 SPECIFICATIONS ... 2 NAMES OF PARTS ... 3 DISASSEMBLY... 4 REMOVING AND REINSTALLING THE MAIN PARTS... 5 ADJUSTMENT ... 7 TEST MODE ... 8 ERROR LIST ... 12 NOTES ON SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM ... 13 TYPES OF TRANSISTOR AND LED... 13 BLOCK DIAGRAM ... 14 SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM ... 18 WIRING SIDE OF P.W.BOARD ... 25 WAVEFORMS OF CD CIRCUIT ... 30 TROUBLESHOOTING ... 31 FUNCTION TABLE OF IC ... 37 LCD SEGMENT ... 44 PARTS GUIDE/EXPLODED VIEW PACKING OF THE SET (FOR U.S.A. ONLY) This document has been published to be used

SHARP CORPORATION for after sales service only.

– 1 – The contents are subject to change without notice.,

FOR A COMPLETE DESCRIPTION OF THE OPERATION OF THIS UNIT, PLEASE REFER TO THE OPERATION MANUAL. IMPORTANT SERVICE NOTES (FOR U.S.A. ONLY)

BEFORE RETURNING THE AUDIO PRODUCT (Fire & Shock Hazard) Before returning the audio product to the user, perform the following safety checks. 1. Inspect all lead dress to make certain that leads are not pinched VTVM or that hardware is not lodged between the chassis and other metal AC SCALE parts in the audio product. 2. Inspect all protective devices such as insulating materials, cabinet, terminal board, adjustment and compartment covers or shields, 1.5k ohms mechanical insulators etc. 10W 3. To be sure that no shock hazard exists, check for leakage current in the following manner. * Plug the AC line cord directly into a 120 volt AC outlet. * Using two clip leads, connect a 1.5k ohm, 10 watt resistor paralleled 0.15µFby a 0.15µF capacitor in series with all exposed metal cabinet TEST PROBE CONNECT TO parts and a known earth ground, such as conduit or electrical TO EXPOSED KNOWN EARTH ground connected to earth ground. METAL PARTS GROUND * Use a VTVM or VOM with 1000 ohm per volt, or higher, sensitivity to measure the AC voltage drop across the resistor (See diagram). All check must be repeated with the AC line cord plug connection * Connect the resistor connection to all exposed metal parts having reversed. a return path to the chassis (antenna, metal cabinet, screw heads, Any reading of 0.3 volt RMS (this corresponds to 0.2 milliamp. AC.) knobs and control shafts, escutcheon, etc.) and measure the AC or more is excessive and indicates a potential shock hazard which voltage drop across the resistor. must be corrected before returning the audio product to the owner.

SPECIFICATIONS

■ General ■ CD player Power source AC 120 V, 60 Hz Type Compact disc player Power 48 W Signal readout Non-contact, 3-beam semiconductor laser consumption pickup Dimensions Width: 6-5/16" (160 mm) D/A converter 1-bit D/A converter Height: 9-1/2" (240 mm) Depth: 11-11/16" (296 mm) Frequency 20 - 20,000 Hz response Weight 7.9 lbs. (3.6 kg) Dynamic range 90 dB (1 kHz) ■ Amplifier (Except for Canada) ■ Cassette deck Output power 20 watts minimum RMS per channel into 4 ohms from 100 Hz to 20 kHz, 10% total har- Frequency 50 - 14,000 Hz (normal tape) monic distortion response Output terminals Speakers: 4 ohms Signal/noise ratio 50 dB (recording/playback) Headphones: 16 - 50 ohms (recommended: Wow and flutter 0.25 % (WRMS) 32 ohms) CD digital output (optical) ■ Speaker Subwoofer (Audio signal): 500 mV/47 k Type 2-way type speaker system ohms Tweeter Input terminals Video/Auxiliary (audio signal): 500 mV/47 k 4" (10 cm) Woofer ohms Maximum input 40 W ■ Amplifier (For Canada) power Output power RMS: 40 W (20 W + 20 W) (10 % T.H.D.) Rated input power 20 W Output terminals Speakers: 4 ohms Impedance 4 ohms Headphones: 16 - 50 ohms (recommended: Dimensions Width: 6-5/16" (160 mm) 32 ohms) Height: 9-1/2" (240 mm) Depth: 7-7/8" (200 mm) CD digital output (optical) Weight 4.7 lbs. (2.1 kg)/each Subwoofer (Audio signal): 500 mV/47 k ohms Input terminals Video/Auxiliary (audio signal): 500 mV/47 k ohms ■ Tuner Frequency range FM: 87.5 - 108 MHz Specifications for this model are subject to change without AM: 530 - 1,720 kHz prior notice. – 2 –,

NAMES OF PARTS

1 1. CD Compartment 2 2. CD Eject Button 3. Volume Control 4. Cassette Compartment 5. Headphone Jack67896. Power On/Stand-by Button 3 7. Function Selector Button 8. CD or Tape Stop, Tuning Down Button 9. CD Play or Pause, Tape Play, 4 Tuning Up Button 10. Bass/Treble Selector Button 10 11 12 13 14 11. Memory/Set Button12. Tape Record Pause Button 13. CD Track Down or Fast Reverse, Tape Rewind, Tuner Preset Down Button 5 14. CD Track Up or Fast Forward, Tape Fast Forward,Tuner Preset Up Button 15 16 17 18 19 20 15. Timer Play Indicator 16. Tape Record Indicator 17. Sleep Indicator 23 21 18. CD Random Play Indicator 24 19. Memory Indicator22 20. FM Stereo Mode Indicator 25 21. FM Stereo Receiving Indicator22. Surround Indicator 23. CD Play Indicator 27 24. CD Repeat Play Indicator 29 25. CD Digital Output Jack 26 26. AC Power Input Jack30 27. FM/AM Loop Antenna Jack 28. Video/Auxiliary (Audio Signal) Input Jacks 29. Subwoofer Output Jack 30. Speaker Terminals 1. Tweeter 2. Woofer 3. Speaker Wire 1 Speaker grilles are removable: Make sure nothing comes into contact with the 3 speaker diaphragms when you remove the 2 speaker grilles. 5 18 4. Remote Control Transmitter5. Clock Button 6 19 6. Power On/Stand-by Button 7 20 7. CD Button 8 21 8. Tuner and Band Selector Button 9 22 9. Clear Button 23 10. Memory Button10 24 11. CD Track Down, Tuner Preset Down Button11 12. CD Fast Reverse, Tuning Down, 12 25 Tape Rewind Button 13 13. CD or Tape Play Button26 14. Surround Button 14 27 15. CD or Tape Stop Button 15 16. Volume Up and Down Buttons 16 17. Bass Up and Down Buttons18. Timer Button 17 28 19. Sleep Button20. Video/Auxiliary Button 21. Tape Button 22. Repeat Button 23. Random Button 24. CD Track Up, Tuner Preset Up Button 25. CD Fast Forward, Tuning Up, Buttons with " " mark in the illustration can be operated on the re- Tape Fast Forward Button mote control only. 26. Tape Record Pause Button 27. CD Pause Button 28. Treble Up and Down Buttons – 3 –,

DISASSEMBLY

Caution on Disassembly (C2)x2 ø3x10mm Follow the below-mentioned notes when disassembling Main PWB (D2)x1 the unit and reassembling it, to keep it safe and ensure excellent performance: (D1)x1 Rear Panelø3x10mm 1. Take cassette tape and compact disc out of the unit. 2. Be sure to remove the power supply plug from the wall outlet before starting to disassemble the unit. 3. Take off nylon bands or wire holders where they need to be removed when disassembling the unit. After servicing the unit, be sure to rearrange the leads where they were (D3)x1 before disassembling. 4. Take sufficient care on static electricity of integrated Power Amp. PWB circuits and other circuits when servicing. Power PWB STEP REMOVAL PROCEDURE FIGURE Figure 4-2 1 Top Cabinet 1. Screw ... (A1) x5 4-1 2. Socket ... (A2) x2 4-1,3 (E2)x2 (E3)x1 2 Side Panel(Left/Right) 1. Screw ... (B1) x4 4-1 Tape (E1)x1 3 Rear Panel 1. Screw ... (C1) x2 4-1 Mechanism ø3x10mmPWB 2. Screw ... (C2) x2 4-2 Headphones 4 Power Amp. PWB 1. Screw ... (D1) x1 4-2 PWB 2. Socket ... (D2) x1 (E1)x1ø3x10mm 3. Socket ... (D3) x1 5 Main PWB/ 1. Screw ... (E1) x4 4-3 Main PWB Headphones PWB 2. Socket ... (E2) x4 3. Socket ... (E3) x1 (E1)x1 6 Front Panel 1. Screw ... (F1) x2 4-4 (E2)x2 ø3x10mm 2. Socket ... (F2) x2 (A2)x1 (E1)x1 7 Power PWB 1. Screw ... (G1) x2 4-4 Power PWB ø3x10mm 2. Shield Cover ... (G2) x1 3. Screw ... (G3) x5 Figure 4-3 8 Tape Mechanism 1. Screw ... (H1) x4 4-5 (F2)x1 (G1)x2 ø3x6mm 9 Display PWB 1. Knob ... (J1) x1 4-5 Front Panel 2. Screw ... (J2) x8 (G2)x1 Shield 10 CD PWB(Note)/ 1. Screw ... (K1) x4 5-1 (F2)x1 Cover Open Close Switch PWB 2. Screw ... (K2) x2 Jack PWB 3. Socket ... (K3) x3 Bracket, 11 CD Mechanism 1. Screw ... (L1) x3 5-2 (G3)x4 Shield Cover Power ø4x10mm Note: PWB After removing the connector for the optical pickup from the connector, wrap the conductive aluminium foil around the front end of the connector so as to protect the optical pickup from electro- static damage. (F1)x1 ø3x10mm (F1)x1 (G3)x1(A1)x1 Top Cabinet ø3x10mmø3x10mm ø3x10mm (A2)x1 CD PWB Figure 4-4 (B1)x2 (A1)x1 ø3x10mm Front Panel Display PWB ø3x10mm (J2)x8 (A1)x1 (J1)x1 ø2.6x10mm ø3x10mm (A1)x2 ø3x10mm Side Panel Tape (Right) (C1)x1ø3x10mm MechanismOpen Side Panel (Lift) (B1)x2 (C1)x1 ø3x10mm ø3x10mm Cassette Rear Panel Holder (H1)x4 Figure 4-1 ø2.6x10mm Figure 4-5 – 4 –, (K1)x4 ø2.4x10mm CD PWB (L1)x3 ø2.6x10mm (K2)x1 ø2.6x10mm (K2)x1 ø2.6x10mm Top Cabinet Open/Close Top Cabinet Switch PWB (K3)x1 (K3)x2 CD Mechanism CD Mechanism Jack

PWB

Figure 5-1 Figure 5-2

REMOVING AND REINSTALLING THE MAIN PARTS TAPE MECHANISM SECTION (A2)x1 (A2)x1

Perform steps 1 to 6 and 8 of the disassembly method to ø2x7mm ø2x3mm remove the tape mechanism. (See page 4.) (A1)x2

How to remove the record / playback and erase ø2x8mm

heads (See Fig. 5-3.) 1. Remove the screws (A1) x 2 pcs., to remove the erase head. 2. Remove the screws (A2) x 2 pcs., to remove the record/ Erase Head playback head. Note: Record/ After replacing the heads and performing the azimuth Playback Head adjustment, be sure to apply screwlock. Figure 5-3

How to remove the pinch roller (See Fig. 5-4.)

1. Carefully bend the pinch roller pawl in the direction of the arrow , and remove the pinch roller (B1) x 1 pc., upwards. Pinch Roller Pinch Roller (B1)x1 Pawl Figure 5-4

How to remove the belts (See Fig. 5-5.)

1. Remove the main belt (C1) x 1 pc., from the motor pulley. 2. Remove the FF/REW belt (C2) x 1 pc., from the REW/FF Motor Main Belt roller. (C1)x1 3. Put on the belts in the reverse order of removal. Note: When putting on the belt, ascertain that the belt is not twisted, REW/FF and clean it. Clutch FF/REW Belt (C2)x1 Figure 5-5

How to remove the motor (D2)x3(D1)x1 Special

(See Fig. 5-6.) ø2x4mm Screw 1. Remove the main belt. Motor 2. Remove the screws (D1) x 2 pcs., to remove the motor MotorBracket bracket. 3. Remove the screws (D2) x 3 pcs., to remove the motor. Note: When mounting the motor, pay attention to the motor mounting angle. (D1)x1 Motor ø2x4mm Figure 5-6 – 5 –,

How to remove the flywheel (See Fig. 6-1.) (E1)x1Stop Washer

1. Remove the belt. MechanismChassis 2. Remove the stop washer (E1) x 1 pc., with a small precision Stop Driver screwdriver to extract the flywheel from the capstan metal. Washer Note: Washerx2 When the stop washer is deformed or damaged, replace it with a new one. Flywheel

How to reinstall the parts

Install each part in the reverse order of the removal with care. Figure 6-1

How to remove the tape mechanism PWB (F1)x1

(See Fig. 6-2.) ø2x3mm (F2)x1Tape ø2x8mm 1. Remove the screw (F1) x 1 pc., to remove the tape Mechanism mechanism PWB. PWB Tape Mechanism 2. Remove the screw (F2) x 1 pc. PWB 3. Remove the solder joints (F3) x 2 pcs., to remove the tape mechanism PWB. (F3)x2 Solder Joint Figure 6-2

CD MECHANISM SECTION Mechanism Cover

Perform steps 1, 10 and 11 of the disassembly method to (A1) x2 remove the CD mechanism. (See page 4.) (A1) x2

How to remove the pickup (See Fig. 6-3) (A2) x2

ø2.6 x6mm 1. Remove the mechanism cover, paying attention to the pawls (A1) x 4 pcs. 2. Remove the screws (A2) x 2 pcs., to remove the shaft (A3) CD Mechanismx1pc. 3. Remove the stop washer (A4) x 1 pc., to remove the gear (A5) x 1 pc. 4. Remove the pickup. Shaft (A3) x1 StopWasher (A4) x1 Note: After removing the connector for the optical pickup from the Gear connector, wrap the conductive aluminium foil around the (A5) x1 front end of connector remove to protect the optical pickup Pickup Unit from electrostatic damage. Figure 6-3 – 6 –,

ADJUSTMENT MECHANISM SECTION

• Driving Force Check • FM Mute Level Torque Meter Specified Value Signal generator: 1 kHz, 40 kHz dev., FM modulated Play: TW-2412 Over 80 g Frequency Display Adjusting Instrument Parts Connection • Torque Check 98.00 MHz 98.00 MHz VR351*1 Input: CNP301 Torque Meter Specified Value (30 dBµV) Output: Speaker Terminal Play: TW-2111 30 to 60 g. cm *1. Adjust so that an output signal appears. Fast forward: TW-2231 55 to 140 g.cm Rewind: TW-2231 55 to 140 g.cm • FM Detection • Tape Speed Signal generator: 10.7 MHz, FM sweep generator Specified Test Frequency Frequency Setting/Adjusting Instrument InstrumentTest Tape Point Value Stage Display Adjusting Connection ConnectionParts MTT-111 Variable 3,000 ± Headphone resistor in 90 Hz terminal FM IF 10.7 MHz 98.00 MHz T304(Turn Input: Pin 1 of motor.(M901) the core of IC301 T304 fully counter- TAPE MECHANISM clockwise). • FM RF M901 Tape Signal generator: 1 kHz, 75 kHz dev., FM modulated Motor Test Stage Frequency Frequency Setting/ Instrument Display Adjusting Connection Parts Variable resistor FM Band — 87.50 MHz (fL): L303 *1 in motor Coverage 3.4 ± 0.1 V FM RF 98.00 MHz 98.00 MHz L302 *2 Figure 7-1 ADJUSTMENT POINT (10~30 dB) *1. Input: Antenna, Output: TP301 *2. Input: Antenna, Output: Speaker Terminal

TUNER SECTION

fL: Low-renge frequency fH: High-renge frequency MAIN PWB • AM IF/RF Signal generator: 400 Hz, 30%, AM modulated Test Stage Frequency Frequency Setting/ Instrument IC302 Display Adjusting Connection Parts IF 450 kHz 1,602 kHz T351 *1 FM Mute FM Band AM IF Level Coverage fL AM Band — 531 kHz (fL): T306 *2 FM OSC.T351 VR351 L303 Coverage 1.1 ± 0.1V9AM 990 kHz 990 kHz T302 *1 CF352 TP301 T304 IC301 Tracking FM IF IC303 BF301 *1. Input: Antenna Output: Speaker terminal FM RF L302 *2. Input: Input is not connected Output: TP301 R336 CNP301ANTENNA T306 T302 SOCKET • Check FM VT AM Band AMCoverage fL Tracking Signal generator: 1 kHz, 40 kHz dev., FM modulated AM OSC. Frequency Display Check Point Instrument Connection 87.5 MHz 87.5 MHz 3.4 V ± 1.0 V TP301 Figure 7-2 ADJUSTMENT POINTS 108 MHz 108 MHz 7.8 V ± 1.0 V TP301 – 7 –, • Setting the Test Mode Keeping the REW/REV button and BASS/TREBLE button pressed, turn on POWER. Then, the frequency is initially set in the memory as shown in Table. Call it with the PRESET button to use it for adjustment and check of tuner circuit. Preset No. FM STEREO Preset No. AM Preset No. FM MONO 1 87.50 MHz 6 531 kHz 26 106.00 MHz 2 108.00 MHz 7 1,602 kHz 27 90.00 MHz 3 98.00 MHz 8 990 kHz 28 98.00 MHz 4 90.00 MHz 9 603 kHz 29 108.00 MHz 5 106.00 MHz 10 1,404 kHz 30 87.50 MHz 11~25 ––––

TEST MODE

The test mode applied to this microcomputer has three modes, namely ordinary test mode to be used for adjustment or measurement, aging test mode to be used for aging test, and self-diagnosis test mode for self-inspection in case of final product inspection. 1. Turning on the test mode To turn on the specific test mode, press the POWER ON/STAND-BY button, holding down the following two buttons in the ordinary stand-by mode (power off state). In this case only the main unit button is valid. Even when the POWER of remote control button is set to on, the test mode is not turned on. [Ordinary test mode] 1. CD Test Mode (TEST 1)…………………… BASS/TREBLE + FF/FWD 2. Tuner Test Mode (TEST 2)………………… BASS/TREBLE + REW/REV 3. Electronic volume Test Mode (TEST 3)……BASS/TREBLE + REC 4. Timer Test Mode (TEST 4)………………… MEMORY/SET + REC 5. LCD Test Mode (TEST 5)……………………MEMORY/SET + REW/REV [Self-diagnosis Test Mode] 1. Button input diagnosis test mode (TEST6).… MEMORY/SET + PLAY 2. CD Test Mode (TEST 1) In the CD test mode the operation of each step is enabled even when the LID-SW is off. However, if focus cannot be set in step 3 or any error processing is started, it is impossible to proceed to the next step. When the error processing is started, operations other than termination of test mode by pressing the POWER ON/STAND-BY button or return to the step 1 by pressing the STOP button are inhibited. 1. Step 1 Mode When the CD test mode is turned on, the following indication lights, the processing (until turning-off of CD STB terminal of CD initialization operation flow) is executed, and the next button input is waited. After lighting for one second If the following operation buttons are pressed in this state, the operation is performed as follows. "POWER ON/STAND-BY" ... The test mode is turned off, the power is turned off, and the ordinary stand-by mode is set. "FF/FWD" ... After the pickup returns once to the innermost periphery, it slides toward the outer periphery while this button is held down. "REW/REV" ... After the pickup returns once to the innermost periphery, it slides toward the inner periphery while this button is pressed. However, if PU-IN is on, input is invalid. "PLAY" ... Shift to step 2 "STOP" ... Invalid "REC PAUSE"... Shift to step 5 – 8 –, * In case of initialization the pickup is moved toward the inner periphery. Any buttons other than POWER ON/STAND-BY button are not accepted until the shift of pickup to the inner periphery is completed at this time. If PU-IN SW ON cannot be detected within 10 seconds, the slide motor is stopped, and the following error indication appears. Press the POWER ON/STAND-BY button to end the test mode, or press the STOP button to return to step 1. Any other operations are inhibited. 2. Step 2 Mode When the "PLAY" button is pressed in this mode, the laser lighting command LDON (8400) is sent, and the laser is turned on. Other operations are not performed. If the following buttons are pressed in this state, the operation is performed as follows. "POWER ON/STAND-BY" .. The test mode is turned off, the power is turned off, and the ordinary stand-by mode is set. "FF/FWD" ... The pickup slides toward the outer periphery while this button is held down. "REW/REV" ... The pickup slides toward the inner periphery while this button is held down. However, if PU-IN is on, input is invalid. "PLAY" ... Shift to step 3 "STOP" ... Return to step 1 "REC PAUSE" ... Shift to step 5 3. Step 3 Mode The laser is kept lighting. The processing (until turning-on of CLV servo of CD initialization operation flow) is executed, and the next button input is waited. (The focus servo is turned on, and focus search is performed.) The focus search is repeated until the focus is set. When the following operation buttons are pressed in this state, the operation is executed as follows. "POWER ON/STAND-BY" .. The test mode is turned off, the power is turned off, and the ordinary standby mode is set. "FF/FWD" ... The pickup slides toward the outer periphery while this button is held down. "REW/REV" ... The pickup slides toward the inner periphery while this button is held down. However, if PU-IN is on, input is invalid. "PLAY" ... If the focus has been set, shift to step 4 is executed. If the focus has not been set, acceptance is inhibited. "STOP" ... Return to step 1 "REC PAUSE" ... Shift to step 5 *If the focus is disturbed after it has been set, the process returns to step 1. 4. Step 4 Mode (Only focus "OK" can make this item showing) The CLV servo ON command (8600) sending operation is performed, and the next button input is waited. (The disc is rotated to perform CLV locking.) The time display indicates always "0:00". When the following buttons are pressed in this state, the operation is executed as follows. "POWER ON/STAND-BY" .. The test mode is turned off, the power is turned off, and the ordinary standby mode is set. "FF/FWD" ... The pickup slides toward the outer periphery while this button is held down. "REW/REV" ... The pickup slides toward the inner periphery while this button is held down. However, if PU-IN is on, input is invalid. "PLAY" ... Shift to step 5 "STOP" ... Return to step 1 "REC PAUSE" ... Shift to step 5 *If the focus is disturbed, the process returns to step 1. – 9 –, 5. Step 5 Mode The CD initialization operation flow is executed to the end, the mute is set to off, and playback is started. Even when the playback reaches the outermost periphery of disc, the operation does not stop. The LCD display indicates the playback past time as in case of ordinary CD playback. When the following operation buttons are pressed in this sate, the operation is executed as follows. "POWER ON/STAND-BY" ... The test mode is turned off, the power is turned off, and the ordinary standby mode is set. "FF/FWD" ... The pickup slides toward the outer periphery while this button is held down. "REW/REV" ... The pickup slides toward the inner periphery while this button is held down. However, if PU-IN is on, input is invalid. "PLAY" ... Invalid "STOP" ... Return to step 1 *If the focus is disturbed, the process returns to step 1. Other cautions • TOC IL is not executed in the test mode. • As for button operations other than those shown above, only the sound volume operation (with JOG) is accepted. 3. Tuner Test Mode (TEST 2) 1. Outline of tuner (radio) test mode The tuner test mode is intended to store the adjustment and measurement frequencies in the preset memory CH without frequency setting by adjusting personnel when the tuner section is adjusted in the production line. 2. Details of tuner test mode When the power is turned on by using the POWER ON/STAND-BY button while the BASS/TREBLE and REW/REV buttons are held down in POWER OFF state, the frequency for adjustment and measurement of destination specified by the AREA terminal is preset and stored in the preset memory CH. However, Ordinary 1 and Ordinary 2 are set to the designation (destination selected by SPAN switching operation) set when the test mode is obtained.(Memory/Set+Function Key Span Charged) (As for frequencies to be preset and stored for each destination, refer to item 3.) The tuner test mode is started from preset No.1. The operations of test mode are identical with the ordinary operations of TUNER function. However, FUNCTION switching is invalid. Since it is necessary to discard the content of preset memory when the tuner test mode is ended, "0000" or "1111" bits are written in the memory to be checked in case of memory check (in case of initial setting) so that memory abnormality is detected in case of initial setting so as to ensure memory initialization. When the tuner test mode is turned on, the following indication lights for one second. • The TUNER TEST2 mode is set as a result of BASS/TREBLE+ REW/REV. -> POWER OFF -> IF AC is set to OFF in the TEST2 mode, the initial state is restored. When POWER is set to OFF, the memory of TEST2 mode is protected. When the power is turned on again, the ordinary operation is enabled while the data is stored in the memory (besides TUNER). If AC OFF state is maintained in this state for about 1/2 day, start is executed in the initial state. • To clear the whole memory, insert the AC cord, holding down MEMORY + STOP. – 10 –, 3. Preset frequencies for various destinations (random preset memory) CH BAND Europe 2, 4 CH BAND Europe 2, 4 CH BAND Europe 2, 4 1 FM 87.50 MHz 6 AM 531 kHz 16-25 2 FM108.00 MHz 7 AM1602 kHz 26 FM106.00 MHz 3 FM FM 98.00 MHz 8 AM AM 990 kHz 27 FM 90.00 MHz 4 STEREO FM 90.00 MHz 9 AM 603 kHz 28 FM FM 98.00 MHz 5 FM106.00 MHz 10 AM1404 kHz 29 MONO FM108.00 MHz 11-15 LW 30 FM 87.50 MHz • The hatched sections of the table are not stored in memory. 4. Electronic volume Test Mode (TEST 3) When the test mode is set, the following indication lights for one second. When this mode is set, BASS/TREBLE is set to 0 (0 dB) and start-up function is set to CD when volume is -14 dB (STEP 23). The button operations in the test mode are the same as those of ordinary operation excepting sound volume UP/DOWN. (1) The indication is the same as that of ordinary operation excepting test mode setting. (2) The sound volume control with the sound volume UP/DOWN button is only the following 3 steps unlike the ordinary state. Volume- ∞ (STEP 0) <-> Volume-14 dB (STEP 23) <-> Volume-0 (STEP 30) (3) BASS/TREBLE is switched when button operation is performed. 5. Timer test Mode (TEST 4) When the test mode is set, the following indication lights for one second. The current time and timer time are set in the following procedure to perform the timer playback. 1.Set the current time to 1:00, set the timer to ON time 1:05, set the function to Aux, and set volume STEP 12. One minute is counted as one second, and the timer playback operation is performed. The fade-in (when playback is started) is executed at a rate of one step for 1 sec. After completion of fade-in the fade-out is executed at a rate of one step for 1 sec (WAIT 1 sec inserted). After completion of fade-out the power is turned off (after WAIT 1 sec), and the mode is changed to the standby mode. The indication during operation is the same as that of ordinary timer operation. 6. LCD Test Mode (TEST 5) When the LCD test mode is set, all the LCD segments are lighted. After that the indication is changed as follows according to the "PLAY" button input. Lighting of all segments Lighting of odd segments Lighting of even segments – 11 –, 7. Key input diagnosis Test Mode (TEST 6) When the test mode is set, the following indication appears. This test mode is intended to check whether all the main unit buttons can be detected. Accordingly, in this test mode checking as to whether the "POWER ON/STAND-BY" button was pressed after all the buttons shown below were pressed is performed. If the result is OK, OK is indicated. Even any one of keys was not pressed, an error is indicated. In case of OK termination or error termination exit from this mode occurs when the "POWER ON/STAND-BY" button is pressed next time, and the standby mode is set. 1. In case of "MEMORY/SET" + "PLAY"+ "POWER ON/STAND-BY" Since SURROUND and RDS are not provided, the following 9 buttons are detected as all buttons. PLAY, POWER ON/STAND-BY, BAND, BASS/TREBLE, FUNCTION, MEMORY/SET, REC PAUSE, REW, FF, STOP. The OK/NG indication of test result is as follows.

ERROR LIST

PU-IN SW detection error Tape mechanism error 1 Error content ... The detection SW cannot detect ON Error content ... The detection SW "CAM-SW" cannot after a fixed period of time even if the detect ON (mechanism in operation) even microcomputer controls the CD pickup if the motor and solenoid are controlled to return to the innermost position. to play back, fast forward, rewind, or Probable cause ... Defective or poorly connected PU-IN record the tape. SW or slide motor. Probable cause ... Mechanism is in operation when this Action ... Solve the problem and turn on the power message appears: Defective or poorly again. connected CAM-SW. Mechanism stops: Defective or poorly connected motor or CD read error solenoid. Action ... Solve the problem and turn on the power again. Tape mechanism error 2 Error content ... Disc data cannot be read properly or even if it can be read, the disc is not a playable one. Probable cause ... The disc is loaded upside down, not CD- DA, scratches, stains, etc. Action ... Open the CD lid, then reload the disc correctly. Remove the scratches or stains Error content ... Initialization cannot be completed when on the disc. the microcomputer controls the motor and solenoid to initialize the tape NO DISC mechanism (to set the mechanism to the stop mode). The detection SW "CAM- SW" cannot detect OFF While the mechanism is in operation. Probable cause ... Mechanism is in operation when this message appears: Defective or poorly Error content ... Focusing is impossible. connected CAM-SW. Mechanism stops: Probable cause ... The disc is loaded upside down, not CD- Defective or poorly connected motor or DA, scratches, stains, etc. solenoid. Action ... Open the CD lid, then reload the disc Action ... Solve the problem and turn on the power correctly. Remove the scratches or stains again. on the disc. – 12 –,

NOTES ON SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM

• Resistor: • The indicated voltage in each section is the one measured To differentiate the units of resistors, such symbol as K and by Digital Multimeter between such a section and the chas- M are used: the symbol K means 1000 ohm and the symbol sis with no signal given. M means 1000 kohm and the resistor without any symbol is 1. In the tuner section, ohm-type resistor. Besides, the one with “Fusible” is a fuse ( ) indicates AM type. < > indicates FM stereo • Capacitor: 2. In the main section, a tape is being played back. To indicate the unit of capacitor, a symbol P is used: this 3. In the deck section, a tape is being played back. symbol P means micro-micro-farad and the unit of the ( ) indicates the record state. capacitor without such a symbol is microfarad. As to 4. In the power section, a tape is being played back. electrolytic capacitor, the expression “capacitance/withstand 5. In the CD section, the CD is stopped. voltage” is used. • Parts marked with “ ” ( ) are important for (CH), (TH), (RH), (UJ): Temperature compensation maintaining the safety of the set. Be sure to replace these (ML): Mylar type parts with specified ones for maintaining the safety and (P.P.): Polypropylene type performance of the set. • Schematic diagram and Wiring Side of P.W.Board for this model are subject to change for improvement without prior notice. REF. NO DESCRIPTION POSITION REF. NO DESCRIPTION POSITION SW700 VOLUME ON—OFF SW707 REC/PAUSE ON—OFF SW701 POWER ON/STAND-BY ON—OFF SW708 REW/PRESET DOWN ON—OFF SW702 FUNCTION ON—OFF SW709 FF/PRESET UP ON—OFF SW703 STOP/CLEAR,TUNING DOWN ON—OFF SW800 PICKUP IN ON—OFF SW704 PLAY/CD PAUSE,TUNING UP ON—OFF SW801 CD LID OPEN/CLOSE ON—OFF SW705 BASS/TREBLE ON—OFF SW901 FOOL PROOF ON—OFF SW706 MEMORY/SET ON—OFF SW902 CAM ON—OFF

TYPES OF TRANSISTOR AND LED

2HA1015 GR

FRONT 2HC1815 GR VIEW 2SC2001 K FRONT

2SK2541 VIEW

HSB562 C FRONT KRA102 M VIEW KRA107 M ECBKRC102 M

(S) (G)(D) KRC104MBCE(1) (2) (3) KRC107 M

SC1674 C KTC2026 Y MPG3372X123 SVC348S KDV147B

Figure 13 TYPES OF TRANSISTOR AND LED – 13 –, FM MUTE LEVEL T302 VR351 SWITCHING AM TRACKING VD301-1 10K(B) R_MUTE SVC348S Q351 AM OSC OUT X351 456kHz 24 23 22 21 20 19 18 17 16 15 14 13 T306 IC303 AM OSC. VD301-2 FM IF DET./FM MPX./AM IF SVC348S LA1832S CNP30112345678910 11 12 AM/FM 1 ANTENNA 2 +5V TERMINALS 3 AM IF T35113CF351 CF352 FM IF ZD351 2 +5V A_12V A_GND Q302 10.7MHz CF302 FM IF FM IF FM IF AMP. 1 3 FM IF T304 CF303 Q306 FM RF TP301

VT

FM OSC VT R-MUTE

VT

D_GND 22 21 20 17 16 15 14 13 12123123456789X352 IC302

LC72131 FM+B A_12V

BF301 4.5MHzIC301 PLL (TUNER) Q360 FM FRONT END

BAND

PASS TA7358AP12345678910 11

FILTER IC101 Q101-Q104 HEAD SELECTOR SWITCHING NF L-OUT BA3126N31REC MUTE

L-CH REC SW L-IN15IC102 Q105 Q106 REC 150K RECORD/ BA3311L A_12V PLAYBACK 2 - CNS101 CNP101 HEAD L-CH L-CH IC102 + 883L-CH L-CH P/B SW REC./P.B. 7 7 CONTA-GND EQUALIZER4 MUTE ALC66AMP.A-GND555+ 2 R-CH R-CH44IC101 ALC R-CH A-12V 9 - 3 3 R-IN 150KERASE R-CH P/B SW227A-GND 116712 R-OUT11ERASE 8

NF

HEAD R-CH 9 REC SW BIAS OSC SWITCHING Q151 A_12V Q152 L151 Q171 REC Q172 SWITCHING Q153 REC BIAS

SWITCHING

SWITCHING CONT RUN PLS Q903

SOL SWITCHING

PH901 M_12V PHOTE INTERRUPTER U_CON5V M901 Q906 TAPE MOTOR SWITCHINGCFW90177+ 1 1

M 6 6

- 225544MOT33Q902 Q905 P.F SOLENOID Q904 SW90122DRIVER FOOL CAM SW PROOF11TAPE MOTOR SWITCHING SOL901 CNP901 CNS901 Q901 DRIVER

CNP70312345678910 10

SOLENOID SW902 CAM M_GND SWITCHING TO DISPLAY PWB

Figure 14 BLOCK DIAGRAM (1/4)

– 14 – L302 VD303 L303 VD302 FM IF IN AM OSC OUT AM MIX OUT AM MIX OUT AM OSC IN X IN X OUT REG FM AFC NC VSS AOUT AM RF IN

CE CE

AM IF IN AM IF IN VSM

DI

DI GND

CL

CL SD AM LOW CUT

DO DO

VDD STEREO FM/AM OUT FM FM IN MUTE FM DET FM AM IN

NC

MO/ST SW IF REQ IF IN VCC MPX VCO IF OUT MPX IN

PHASE

R-CH OUT L-CH OUT

PHASE

(AM/FM) MO/ST

SURROUND

B-CAN(NC)

BIAS

RUN_PLS

REC MOT SOL

U_CON 5V D-GND A_12V TAPE SW,

SD

FM ST DO SO401 CL VIDEO/AUX IN R_MUTE 6 CE 5 TO DISPLAY

PWB AUX RDI45678

CD+B P MUTE SURROUND

IC461

2 Q463 Q461 KIA4558P P-STB OPE AMP.1 CNS704 SUB WOOFER4321

OUT

REC R CH R-CH OUT TAPE R TUN R CD R 15 14 13 12 11 10987654321

IC401 LC75342M FUNCTION/VOLUME EQUALIZER LOGIC

A_12V 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 CD L TUN L TAPE L AUX L REC L CH L-CH OUT A_12V CNP652 A_12V R-MUTE Q603A 1 Q605A PROTECT FROM DISPLAY Q609A PWB A_12V Q360 L-IN 13 2 L-CH OUT L-CH + R-IN95R-CH OUT SO601 STEREO SPEAKER

TERMINALS IC601 + LA4451

SD POWER Q601 11 AMP. 3 J601 Q602 4 HEADPHONES REC L/R CH MUTE L-CH TAPE L/R CH TE VCC Q105 12 7 Q106 REC P-STB T651

POWER

D651~D654 TRANSFORMER (MAIN) CD_6.2V F651 Q607 4.0A 125V Q606 D656~D659 F652 T.F Q608 1.6A 125V Q609 CNP652 CNS652 VOLTAGE11REGULATOR CD+B22MECHA 12V (M_12V) Q605 GND RLY681 AUDIO 12V Q604 Q683 (A_12V) T681

POWER TRANSFORMER

(SUB) Q603 D656~D659

GND IC681 KIA7805P

VOLTAGE REGULATOR CNP707 USWD_5R6V331TO P-CONT DISPLAY 2 PWB D_GND12SO651 AC POWER INPUT SOCKET78910 10123456CNP605 AC120V,60Hz

LAY PWB TO CD SERVO PWB GND Figure 15 BLOCK DIAGRAM (2/4)

– 15 –

SOL

U_CON 5V D-GND A_12V TAPE SW CD L A-GND CD R D-GND CD_6.2V M_GND

NC VSS VDD CE

A_12V CL DI, CNS605

C

5 A

C

TO MAIN SECTION43DCNP605

C

LCD70121M1~ 4 5 38 39 ~ 42 SW801 CD LID OPEN/CLOSE M_G 100 67 CNP702 4 COM3 CLID SW 10 CLID_SW 1 COM0 65 CD STB 9 MCLK 65 MRST89MLD 64 10 MDATA 63 MCLK 7 X701 8MHz BLBCK 62 MLD 6 12 STAT 61 X702 CD_STB MDATA 5 SW702-SW704 32.768MHz 13 60 KEY SW707-SW709 IC701 MRST 17 KEY1 59 BLKCK 4 SW705,SW706 IX0060SJ PU_IN SW701 18 KEY2

SYSTEM CONTROL STAT 3 MICROCOMPUTER GVSW 33

SD PICK_IN 2 37 POWER SD 50 9

STEREO

6 VLC2 STEREO 49 8 GVSW 1

DO

7 VLC1 DO 26 7

CL

8 VDD CL 27 6

CE

24 VREF+ CE 28 5 TO MAIN SECTION 5 VLC3 DIDI 25 4 CNP704 11 VSS CD+BCD+B 46 3 14 MMOD P_MUTEP_MUTE 45 2 15 VREF P_STBP_STB 44 1 21 SURR 43 CNS704 41 42 47 38 39 51 36 35 34 31 30 29 22 22 SW700 CNS680 VOLUME PROTECT 1 TO AMP. SECTION A–12V 2 CNP680 CNS703 USWD_5.6V TAPE_SW 11 A–12V 10 RX701 GP1U281X D_GND REMOTE 9 SENSOR U_CON5V 8

SOL

7 TO MAIN SECTION

MOT

6 CNP703123

REC

RUN_PLS

BIAS

B_CAN Q702 SURROUNDQ701 Q703 1

LED

D701~709 Q707 Q706 D_GND SWITCHING M_

Figure 16 BLOCK DIAGRAM (3/4)

– 16 – TO POWER CNS707 SYS_STOP ~ ~ JOG_DOWN SEG0 JOG_UP P_CONT SYS_STOP

REMOCON

BACK_LIGHT B-CAN

BIAS

RUN_PLS

REC MOT SOL

TAPE_SW SEG33, CNS605 CD_L635A_GND +5V J801 2 DIGITAL CD_R OUT TO MAIN SECTION 4 D_GND CNP605 3 CD_6.2V 1 M_GND D_GND

CONSTANT SW801 VOLTAGE CD LID CD_6.2V +5V VDD OPEN/CLOSE Q804 X2

X1 X803 +6.2V 16.93MHz+5V DVDD1 VSS M_GND DVSS1

MCLK

CNP702

MDATA

CLID SW 10 MLD CD STB 9 IC801 AVSS2MN6627482W AVDD2 MRST 8 SERVO/SIGNAL CONTROL MCLK 7 BLKCK D_GND MLD 6 SQCK MDATA 5 DMUTE IREF BLKCK 4 STAT ARF STAT 3 /RST D PICK_IN 2

O

8 GVSW 1

O CL E

5 TO MAIN SECTION

DI

4 CNP704

B TE TB

CNS704 D_GND CNS680 1 TO AMP. SECTION 2 CNP680 17 VREF GND 16 CNS703 IC804 18 VDET NRFDET 15 11 MM1469XH 19 TEBPF OFTR 14 10 FOCUS/TRACKING/ 20 TEOUT CDFTR 13 9 SPIN/SLED DRIVER 21 TEN BDO 12 8 22 CBDO 11 14 FENOPO PO1– 15 7 TO MAIN SECTION 13 GND PO1+ 16 23 FEOUT 3TOUT 10 6 CNP703 12 VO2– VO3– 17 24 GCTL CEA95VO2+ VO3+ 18 25 FBAL ARF 8 10 VIN2 VIN3 19 4 26 TBAL CACC79VG2 VG3 2038GND VCC 21 +6.2V 27 F RFIN627MUTE VCC 22 28 E RFOUT 5 M_GND +5V 6 REG O BIAS1 23 29 D RFN45TRB VG4 24 VIN4 30 B VCC34VG1 25 +5V 3 VIN1 VO4+ 26 31 C LD22VO1+ VO4– 27 32 A PD11VO1– GND 28

IC802

M_GND AN22000A

HEAD AMP.

Q801 +5V +5V

LASER DRIVER

1/2VCFBAEM_GND

M M VCC NM802 NM801 SW800 SPINDLE SLED PICKUP IN MOTOR MOTOR

PICKUP UNIT GND

Figure 17 BLOCK DIAGRAM (4/4)

– 17 – 18 17 16 14 139875421 TVR SSEL 80 FOCUS COIL 22 TVD MSEL 79 PSEL 78 TRACKING COIL 24 ECM CSEL 77 25 ECS RSEL 76 26 KICK OUTR 75 27 TRO AVSS1 74 28 FOO OUTL 73 29 VREF AVDD1 72 30 FBAL /TEST 71 31 TBAL IOSEL 70 32 FE 33 TE 34 RFENV 35 VDET 36 OFT 37 TRCRS TX 6 38 /RFDET 39 BDO 40 LD

MON

44 45 50 51 57 58 59 60

LD

,

IC303 LA1832S FM IF DET./FM MPX./AM IF C374 R363AM ANT AM TRACKING FM MUTE LEVEL 0.022 6.8K A

VR351 4.7V 2 T302 (0V) D301 L353 R361 3 1N4148 C329 0.022 1mH C371 12K +B 1/50 R362 AM BAND COVERAGE fL C372 12K D302 1/50 1N4148 C335 24 23 22 21 20 19 18 2.3V 17 16 15 14 13 R366 560P 2.2K T306 AM OSC C302 3 0.0011232.1V 2.1V45678910 11 C3581/50 12

B C301 FM IF AM IF

0.001 CF302 T351 TP3011313C357 2.2/50 C376 2 0.001 C378330P CF352 +B +B +B L352 R315 100µ +BH 33 C396 100/10 R393 +B 1K R382 R391 390 C395 0.022 330 R377 R305 5.6K

C R386 +B R392680 C393 L351 390

R301 22 R304 C314 330 1/50VT 100µH 47K 22P(CH) Q360 L303 R380 2HA1015 GR 1.5K 10.8V FM BAND COVERAGE fL R312 11.7V C381 FM OSC 2.2K R38312P(CH) 22 21 20 19 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 C313 5.6K 10.9V 6P(UJ) R385 C312 5.6K C303 33P 0.00113R384 T304 R30712345678910 11 6.8K47 C382 C304 C320 FM IF 0.01 0.001 R359 2 R309 15P(CH) IC302 1.8KCF303 470 LC72131 C311 FM IF R360 C319 C318 10P(CH) PLL(TUNER) 4.7K

D 18P(CH) 5P +B +B

123123456789BF301 IC301

TA7358AP FM FRONT END

REC L

TAPE MECHANISM R115 REC R 15K Ass'y (217) R111 TAPE RR105 2.2K TAPE L

R103 R107 R101 Q101 Q103 120 10K 150K R109 Q105 RECORD/PLAYBACK 1K 2HC1815 GR 2HC1815 GR R117 22K C129 3.9K 0.7V 2HC1815 GR HEAD 1 0V 1.5V C109 (0V) C107 0.015 C111 C101 2 0V C113 4.7/25 47/16 10/16 0.001 4.7/25 R131L-CH

E C115 4.7K8 8 R140 3 0V R126 0.0022

7 7 10K 0.3V 5.6K R134 C121 4 Q104341100K R-CH6682P (8.3V) Q102 0V 2HC1815 GR 2HC1815 GR R118 C1305551.5V (0V) 5 0V +B 22K 10.2V8444.7/25 R141 6 IC102 33033C116 10.1V 10 0V2270.0022 BA3311L C125100/25110V REC./P.B. ERASE890V HEAD 0V EQUALIZER 0V 2 R102 AMP. 1K R116 116712 15K C122

F 82P Q172+B KRC102 M R151 R152 7.8V Q152 R112(0V) 2HA1015 GR 2.2K

1 1 0V C11047K 100K 8.3V22R104 0.015 CR110 (11.7V) R154 3 10K Q106 0.7V3 2.6V 120 R108 3.9K11.7V (0V) 2HC1815 GR Q171 (0V) 10K R132 KRA102 M Q151 4.7K C2001-K R106 D104 150K 1N4148 3 R157 C154 2 0.027 150 (ML) 1 R156 +B Q153 KRC104 M R904 Q903

G M901(217-9) KRC107 M 4.9VTAPE

MOTOR TAPE MECHANISM PWB-D,E(217-10,11) 270 C9027773.3/5011R90332C9056 6 C904 Q906

M 6 47K 3.2V Q905 M 12V 0.022 0.7V 0.022 2 KRA102M555Q902

– 2 HSB562-C2 1 0V4 4 HSB562-C 11.7V 4 4.9V333R909 11.9V2118K233322211SOL901(217-4) 111SW901(217-7) 11.8V R910 R906 D904 D903 SOLENOID FOOL PROOF 33K 11.8V R901 1.5K 1N4148 1N4148 1.5K C901 SW902(217-8) PHOTO 0.001 SURROUND CAM INTERRUPTER12345678910

H CNS703

FROM DISPLAY PWB P21 12 - E • NOTES ON SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM can be found on page 13. 123456

Figure 18 SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM (1/7)

– 18 – CHASSIS FM/AM GND ANTENNA D307 CNP301 1N4148 C349 D305 0.001 D306 1N4148 1N4148 C305 0.0047 CNW101 C306 C307 9P(UJ) 0.0047 C337 FM RF 0.022 CNP101 L302 C308 R302 0.022 C309 100K 0.001 C131 VD303 R303 820P KDV147B 33K R310 C330 4.7K 12P (CH) C102 R139 R3232.7K 68K C331 R138 0.001 8V 330 (10V) C334 0.047 Q302 27P (UJ) SC1674-C

IC101 C315 C332

100P 0.022BA3126N R306

HEAD SELECTOR 33 C316

10/16 VD301 C114 SVC348S 4.7/25 C317 VD302 0.022 CNS901 KDV147B R308 C321 R122 R121 10K R336 C153 4.7K 4.7K 0.0033 10K 0.0039 0.3V 0.3V R313 CNW901 C117 (0.8V) (0.8V)10/16 680 C351 0.022 R314 R351R124 R123 5.6K 4.7K 4.7K R316 33 L151 330 R125 0.3V 0.3V Q306 R358 330µH C155 100K (0.8V) (0.8V) C384 SC1674-C C323 8.2K 0.001 0.022 C344 D901 C343100/16 33P 2.1V R120 R119 FM IF AM OSC 2.5V 33P 1N4148 100 X352100 4.5MHz C352 IN

OUT

R153 5V10/16 AM MIX 5V C362 10K OUT AM OSC 3.3/50C397 2.6V 2.6V IN C360 X OUT REG 0.022 4.7V R155 X IN56 0.022 R902 C350R905 (0V) VSS 0.022 FM AFC 2.1V C361 0.022 10K 0V R381 (2.7V) 56K AOUT 10K AM RF 2.1V (2.7V)C394 IN C903 R374 1K 0.1V 100/25 CE 47/16 C363 R373 1K 0.6V 0.022 0.1V C392 VSM

DI

C104 C103 R372 1K 0.001 R352 AM IF C364C105 4.8V CL 0.9VAIN IN 4.7/25D902 1N4148 R371 1K AM LOW 0V(0.9V) 5.1V 1K 0V C106 330P 330P 270P DO 0.9V C380 10/16 GND CUT C365 0.022 270P PD FM/AMR379 C353 0.022 C108 1.7V SD OUT C366 0.001 FM 2.2K(11.4V) 5V0.6V C387 C354 R907 11.7V 0.6V VDD 5.2V 47/16 0.022 0.022 5V C367 R35010K 3.7V MUTE 2.6V (0V) STEREO 2.7K Q901 (0V) FM IN 1/50 KRC102 M 0V CF351 R353 3.9V AM IN FM DET FM (2.6V) FM IF 270 X35111.7V C385 C399 2.9V 456kHz3.5V 0V MO/ST (4.3V) MPX VCO 2.3V (0V) 0.01 0.022 (0V)VCC C398 C368 IF REQ 5V R3562.1V 1/50 R357 0V 0V 100/10 1KIF IN R395 C355 C356 0V MPX IN 470K Q904 0V C386 KRC102 M IF OUT4.6V 4.6V 330P 22P(CH) 3.8V C369 0.001 C112 47K (1.9V) PHASE R-CH 1.3V 56P R365 C370 OUT10/16 10K C383 1/50 L-CH 1.3V R387 5.6K OUT C123 C3734.4V 2.2/50 MO/ST 0.0220.022 R376 PHASE C126 10K R355 3.8V (AM/FM) R364 22/16 6.8K3.3K (1.2V) 4V 0.6V (2.2V) D308 1N4148 ZD351 BIAS DZ5.1BSB R133 Q351 RUN_PLS R114 1K KRC104 M REC 3.3K R113 C391 MOT 3.3K 47/16

SOL

U_CON5V D_GND A-12V +,

MAIN PWB-A1

CNP704 SO401 9 SD R406 STEREO 27K 8 FM ST AUX R R-CH 7 DO C408 10/16 6 CL VIDEO/AUX IN C406 10/16 5 CE R40527K C404 10/16 4 DI L-CH C402 10/16 3 CD+B R410 R416 2 SUB 1K 1KP MUTE WOOFER 1 P-STB OUT 15 14 13 12 11 10987654321C340 C413 0.001 0.001 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 CD L C401 10/16 TUN L C403 10/16 R415 TAPE L C405 10/16 1K AUX L C407 10/16 R423 1K R437 CL R424 1K 6.8K DI D402 R425 1K CE 1N4004 D401 +B +B 1N4004 J923 1 LCH_IN 2 A_GND J920 3 RCH_IN120 4 P_STB 5 P_MUTE R634 C464 R4621/50 6 RCH_OUT3.3K C472 8.2K 7 RCH_OUT0.0033 C474 8 RCH_GND 4.7/50 9 RCH_GND 10 LCH_GND R476 C476 R478 1/50 12K 11 LCH_GND12K 12 LCH_OUT L-CH SPEAKER BOX Q461 R468 +B 13 LCH_OUT R467 2SK2541G5678330 CNP604 47K D TWEETER IC461 D4614321C4751N4148 R470 R4772 S 1/50 +10K 12K WOOFER+B 1 R475 4 Ohm – 12K Q463 3 KRC107 M –

WOOFER

C471 L-CH + 4 Ohm 0.0033 R461 C463 8.2K L IC461 1/50 R KIA4558P R-CH TWEETER R OPE AMP. R-CH SPEAKER BOX

L

HEADPHONES PWB-A5

SURROUND

R662 J601 330 HEADPONES

FM SIGNAL 2 R661

5 5 330 1

AM SIGNAL 4

+B CD SIGNAL 5

AUX SIGNAL 10

1 1 CFW601A

PLAYBACK SIGNAL RECORD SIGNAL

Q607 KTC2026 Y +B 6.2V 20V +B Q606 2HC1815 GR R624 C616 CD TEST POINT 1K 4700/252217.8V117.5V23Q609 KRC107 M 0V 3 Q608 2 KRA102 M 0V 1 +B +B Q605 20V +B KTC2026 Y 11.7V R619 Q604 47 KTC2026 Y +B +B 11.7V 20V +B 12.3V Q603 2HC1815 GR 20V R620 R629 47 1K 13V R628 ZD601 DZ130BSA78910 11123456CNP703 CNP605 CNS605 PWB FROM CD SERVO PWB P23 12 - D78910 11 12

Figure 19 SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM (2/7)

– 19 – U_CON5V D_GND A-12V TAPE_SW

DO CL DI CE

CD_L A_GND CD_R D-GND CD-6.2V M-GND C625 10/16 CNS704 R627 10K TO DISPLAY PWB C622 0.022 C624 C627 P21 12 - F 0.022 C621 R621 22K 0.022 C626 47/16 100/25 R623 22K D604D603 R625 1N4148 1N4148 10K D602 ZD602 R617 1N4148 DZ7.5BSC 33K R466 10K R465 R472 10K 2.7KR471 2.7K C473 R474 R407 R40812K 4.7/50 C414 1.5K 1.5K R464 C620 R473 0.47/50 C412 R463 12K 100K 330P 470/25 C411 4.5V 330P100K R411 TAPE R1K C461 R469 C462 TUN R 0.0056 10K 0.0056 CD R C469 IC401C468 CNW652 47/16 100/16 LC75342M

FUNCTION/

CNS652 VOLUME

EQUALIZER

CNP652 4.8V 4.8V TO POWER PWB R1 L1 P24 2 - E R417 4.8V 4.8V R418R2 1K L2 1K 4.8V 4.8VR419 R3 R420 1K L3 1K R412 R421 R4 R422 1K 27K 1K L4 C415 4.8V 4.8V RSL0 LSL0 C416 10/16 4.8V 10/16 C417 RIN 4.8V LIN C418 2.2/50 2.2/504.8V R438 R413 C419 RTRE 6.8K4.8V LTRE27K 0.0027 C421 0.1 4.8V C420 0.0027 RBS1 C422 0.1 R439 4.8V LBS1 4.8V R440 3.9K RBS2 LBS2 3.9K C423 0.1 4.8V 4.8V C424 0.1

ROUT

4.8V LOUT C426 C425 0V 10/16 C429 10/16 TEST 33/16 CFW601 SO601 4.8V VREF 0VVSS CHASSIS SPEAKER C430 GND TERMINAL 9.6V VDD CE 0V C663 100/16 5V CL DI 0V820P D403 L603 1N4004 10µH CNS604 FROM POWER AMP. PWB P24 2 - C,

LED PWB-A4

1 +B D709 D708 D707

A 2 MPG3372X MPG3372X MPG3372XR7D3 R7D5 R7D8

82 82 82 D706 D705 D704 MPG3372X MPG3372X MPG3372XR7D9 R7D1 R7D612345678910 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 82 82 82 D703 D702 D701 MPG3372X MPG3372X MPG3372XR7E1 R7D2 R7D4 82 82 8212CFW701 +B SW707 REC/

PAUSE

R708 SW708 10K <B PRESET DOWN SW709 R7095.6K FF>> PRESET UP PLAY/ SW704 R710 3.9K CD PAUSE 100 99 98 97 96 95 94 93 92 91 90 89 88 TUNING UP R706 COM3 STOP/ SW703 4.7K SW705 1 2.5V

CLEAR

TUNING DOWN BASS/ 2 COM2 2.5V

TREBLE

SW702 R705 SW706 R707 COM13.9K 1.2K 3 2.5V MEMORY/ R729FUNCTION 4 COM0 SET 47K 2.5V 5 VLC3 0V R727 47K 6 VLC2 1.7V R723 7 VLC1 3.3V

C +B 47K R728

1K 8 VDD 5V 9 OSC2 2.6V C703 SW701 R702 0.022 10 OSC1 2.6V 10K X701 8MHz 11 VSS 0V 12 XI 2.4V POWER ON/ X702 IC70 STAND-BY 32.768MHz 13 XO 1.9V IX006 C701 14 MMOD 0V SYSTEM C22P(CH) 15 VREF 0V MICROCO R724 12K R731 1K 16 CLID_SW R732 1K 17 KEY1 5V R733 1K 18 KEY2 5V

D R734 1K 19 MODEL 5V

+B 20 22 TAPE_SW 5V 23 VSM 0.6V 24 VREF+ 5V DI 25 B C706 JOG_DOWN 0.001 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38

C

C705 JOG_UP A 0.001 SW700

E VOLUME

1122+B USWD_5.6V33D722

F D7231N4148 1N4148 +B

R7A0 +B 1K +B +B R7A9 R7B0 3.3K R7A5 10K RX701 R7A3 Q701 GP1U281X KRC102 M 10K REMOTE R7A6 SENSOR 1K R778 R7A7 Q703 R7A4 47K 1K 2HC1815 GR 120123R779 47K D721 R7A8 R780 1N4148 82 47K R781

G 47K R7A1 C714 C713 R782

1K 560P 10/16 33K Q707 R783 2HA1015 GR 33K +B +B Q706 R793 KRC102 M 2.2K23+B C704 0.022

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Figure 20 SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM (3/7)

– 20 – CNP707 TO POWER PWBP24 2 - F CNS707 CNW707 C710 CFW701A 0.01 D720 1N4148 R792 C711 47K 3.3/50 R7A2 100K C712 0.01 Q702 2HC1815 GR ZD701 ZD3.3BSB R721 10K R722 L701 10K C715 100µH 100/10 R725 10K R737 1K C702 22P (CH) R738 1K 0V R739 1K DO SEG0 5V R740 1K CL 5V 2.5V SEG1 R741 1K CE 0V 2.5V SEG2 R775 1K SOL 0V 2.5V SEG3 R743 1K MOT 5V 2.5V SEG4 R746 1K REC 0V 2.5V SEG5 R744 1K RESET 5V 2.5V SEG6 R745 1K GVSW 2.5V SEG7 R748 1K RUN_PLS 0V 2.5V SEG8 R747 1K BIAS 0V 2.5V SEG9 R756 1K B-CAN 2.5V SEG10 R749 1K POWER 5V 2.5V SEG11 R750 1K SYS STOP 5V SEG12,

DISPLAY PWB-A2

LCD701 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 42 93 92 91 90 89 88 87 86 85 84 83 82 81 80 79 78 77 76 SEG25 75 2.5V SEG26 74 2.5V SEG27 73 2.5V 2.5V SEG28 72 2.5V SEG29 71 2.5V SEG30 70 2.5V SEG31 69 CLID_SW 2.5V SEG32 68 10 10 CD_STB 2.5V SEG33 6799

MRST

6688R774 1K MCLK MCLK 4V MCLK 6577MLD R762 1K MLD MLDIC701 4.3V 6466MDATA R763 1KIX0060SJ MDATA

MDATA

4.3V 6355

SYSTEM CONTROL BLBCK R764 1K BLBCK BLBCK4.3V 62 4 4 MICROCOMPUTER STAT R765 1K STAT STAT4.3V 61 3 3

CD_STB R766 1K CD_STB PU_IN5V 6022MRST R767 1K MRST GVSW5V 59115V PU_IN R768 1K PU_IN 58 CNW702 CNS702 R784 57 47K 56 CNS703 TAPE_SW 55 11 +B A–12V 54 R794 R791 10 1K 47K D_GND SP_DEC 53 9 U_CON5V 52 8 R785 1K SOL 51 7 BACK_LIGHT MOT 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 REC RUN_PLS

BIAS

B_CAN SURROUND SURROUND 1

BIAS

+B SD SD STEREO STEREO RUN_PLS DO GVSW CL 6 REC CE B_CAN DI +B CD+B +B CD+B P_MUTE P_MUTE P_STB P_STB CFW704 CNS704

MOT SOL CE CL DO DI

TAPE_SW CLID_SW D718 CNW680 CNS680 +B 1N4004 +B +B A–12V22

PROTECT

1178910 11 12

Figure 21 SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM (4/7)

– 21 – 2.5V SEG6 R745 1K GVSW 2.5V SEG7 R748 1K RUN_PLS 0V 2.5V SEG8 R747 1K BIAS 0V 2.5V SEG9 R756 1K B-CAN 2.5V SEG10 R749 1K POWER 5V 2.5V SEG11 R750 1K SYS_STOP 5V 2.5V SEG12 R751 1K REMOCON 5V 2.5V SEG13 CLE 5V 2.5V SEG14 R754 1K JOG_DOWN 2.5V SEG15 R753 1K JOG_UP 2.5V SEG16R755 1K SURR 2.5V SEG17 R742 1K P_STB 4.6V 2.5V SEG18 R757 1K P_MUTE 0V 2.5V SEG19 R758 1K CD+B 5V 2.5V SEG20 R759 1K P_CONT 5V 2.5V SEG21

DATA

5V 2.5V SEG22 R777 1K STEREO SEG23 2.5V 0V R776 1K SD SEG24 2.5V 0V CNP703 FROM MAIN PWB P18,19 6,7 - H CNP680 TO POWER AMP. PWBP24 6 - B CNP704 TO MAIN PWB CNP702 TO CD SERVO PWBP19 7 - A P23 12 - B,

CD SERVO PWB-A3 A JACK PWB-A7

L806 0.82µH311J801 C864

B DIGITAL222100/10

OUT13344

SWITCH PWB-A6

1 1 SW801 CD LID OPEN/ 2 2 CLOSE +B

C R823 1.8KR824 12K

R825 5.6K R826 18K

CD MOTOR PWB-C +B 6.3V 5.2V +B

Q804 HSB562-C CNP803 + CNS803 CNW803 NM802 SP+ SP+ 667SPINDLE M – SP– SP–556+ SL+ 445SL+

M SL–NM801 4 SL–3 3 SLED MOTOR – PU-IN PU-IN22312345678910 11 12 13 14 R892

SW800 2 12K

D PICKUP IN GND M_GND1118 IC804 MM1469XH FOCUS/TRACKING/ 28 27 26 25 24 23 22 21 20 19 18 17 16 15 SPIN/SLED DRIVER 2.7V 5.6V

TR– FO+ TR– 111+B 1 C825 0.1 2 R828 1.5K TR+ TR+ 2 TR+ 2 3 R829 4.7K FO+ FO+ TR– 334R827 18K FO– 4 FO– 4 5 FO– GND GND556ACTUATOR PD PD667+B VR VR R805

E778LD LD 100889

CNS801 CNW801 R816 270K 1/2VCC R833 C818 + 100K 180P – CCC+ 111– F 2 C814FF330P C820 + 2 C8232 3 – B B R832 0.022 0.0022B334390K + A A – 445R836AEER803 C810 150K + 55610 82P 1/2V VREF

F – E667+5V +5V

778+B GND R804 CNS802 CNW802 33 32 31 30 29 28 27 26 25 24 23 22 21 20 19 18 17

MON LD IC802

VCC AN22000A

HEAD AMP. CD PICKUP UNIT(307) 12345678910 11 12 13 14 15 16 C85120P(C

+B

G

C805 22/10 Q801 4.2V 2HA1015 GR C815 R890 0.0056 4.7M R806 C804 4.7 47/10 C8190.0056 C802 47/10 R815 C811 100P

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Figure 22 SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM (5/7)

– 22 – C865 0.0022(ML) CFW807A CNW808B CFW807B CNW808A R801 1K C801 470/10 5V 2.1V C803 0.1 0V 2.7V R807 GND VO1– 39K 2.5V 2.7V 0V VO4– VO1+ 2.8V 3V 2.7V R808 C806 PD A VO4+ VIN1 2.7V 2.2K 0.1 4.2V 2.8V VIN4 VG1 LD C R809 2.7V 5.2V 5.1V 1K 2.7V VG4 TRB2.8V VCC B 2.7V 5.2VBIAS REG O R810 2.7V 2.8V 6V 4.7VRFN D VCC MUTE 7.5K 2.4V 2.7V 6V 0V RFOUT E R811 VCC GND R812 C807 3.9K 2.2K R814 4.3V 2.7V 2.7V R813 VG3 VG2 RFIN F 2.2K 3.9K 2.7V VIN3 VIN2 2.7V C808 0.33 1.7V 2.7V C809 CACC TBAL 2.7V 0.1 82P VO3+ VO2+ 2.7V FBAL 2.7V 2.4V ARF 2.7V VO3– VO2– C812 R817 2.9V 3.5V CEA GCTL 3.1V R820 220K PO1+ GND 0V C813 0.027 2.7V 2.7V 62K 0V PO1– OPO 0.027 3TOUT FEOUT 2.9V 5.2V 4V 2.7V R822 CBDO FEN 1M 0V BDO TEN 2.7V C816 47/16 3.8V CDFTR TEOUT 2.7V C817 0.01 0V OFTR TEBPF 2.7V R850 82K 0V 0V NRFDET VDET 0V 2.7V GND VREF C821 0.1 C824 47/16,

CD SIGNAL

CNP702 CLID_SW CD_STB R849 1K MRST 8

MCLK MLD MDATA BLKCK STAT

PICK_IN

GVSW

R839 C867 100 10P (CH) +B +B +B R856 R845 47K 47K R899 R898 1K 1K C837 0.1 +B +B M_GND C84976+B 6.2V 10/50 R85456065D_GND 20 19 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 1098765432154R852 CD_R433.9K A_GND325.1V 2.7V C847 21 TVR R855 SSEL 80 C844 0.0027 560210.0027 CD_L 2.7V 1 R892 22 TVD MSEL 79 CNS605 5.1V R883 R885 C850 R85312K 560 2.7V 23 PC PSEL 78 560 10/50 3.9K 0.2V CNW8052.7V 24 ECM C845 C848 CSEL 77 0.2V 0.001 0.001 2.7V 25 ECS RSEL 76 5.1V 11 R884 R886 2.7V 2.4V 680 680 26 KICK OUTR 75 2.7V 7 0.3V 27 TRO AVSS1 74 2.7V 3 10FOO OUTL 73 2.4V28 C825 0.1 2.7V 4.7V C843 C846 29 VREF AVDD1 72 0.1 470/6.3 2.4V 30 FBAL IC801 5.1V/TEST 71 2.4V MN6627482W 5.1V 31 TBAL IOSEL 70 R887 R889A 1K 6 SERVO/SIGNAL CONTROL 100 2.7V FE 5.1V32 RESY 69 R889B 1K 2.7V TE 9 0.3V33 DEMPH 68 C858 2.7V 5.1V 34 RFENV CRC 67 0.1 C859 0.3V 5.1V 35 VDET CLVS 66 0.01 0.3V 0.3V 36 OFT FLAG 65 C827 2.3V 37 TRCRS IPFLAG 64 0.2V 0.1 0.3V 4 0.3V 38 /RFDET FCLK 63 0.3V 39 BDO 5 CLOCK 62 0.3V 5V 4.6V 40 LD BYTCK 61 +B 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 +B L802 R857 C841 0.82µH 220K 0.1 R866 R893 2.7K R874 7.5K 2.7K C833 X803 C828 R858 0.33 16.93MHz 560P 100K C8360.33 C831 C838 C842 0.001 15P(CH) 15P(CH) C832 0.68 C851 120P(CH) C835 100/10 +B +B78910 11 12

Figure 23 SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM (6/7)

– 23 – R851 1M 0.2V PLLF1 PMCK 2.7V 2.6V TDFS 2.6V 0V WVEL /RST 4.8V C829 0.012 2.7V R862 ARF STAT1.3V 0.3V 120K IREF DMUTE 0.2V C830 0.5V DRF SUBQ 0.1 2.5V 2.7V DSLF SQCK R864 5.1V1.6V PLLF BLKCK 270 0V 0.3V VCOF R897/TLOCK R869 0V 1K R896 1.5 5.1V AVDD2 /FLOCK 0V 1K C834 0.3V AVSS2 SENSE 0V R846 47K R8950.1 2.7V EFM/CK384 1KMLD R802 220K 4.7V 2.7V PCK MDATA 4V 0.2V VCDF2 MCLK 4.5V 0.3V SUBC TX R8442.5V 47K 5V SBCK DVSS1 0V C857 0.3V 0.1 VSS DVDD1 5.1V 2.5V X1 SRDATA 2.6V 2.7V X2 LRCK 2.6V 5.1V VDD BCLK 2.6V L801 0.82µH CNS702 FROM DISPLAY PWBP21 12 - D CNP605 TO MAIN PWBP19 7 - H, C647 330P POWER AMP. PWB-B2

A FM SIGNAL IC601 LA4451 POWER AMP.

R601 C605 1K 4.7/25 C609 C613 13 47/50 2200/35 R615 4.7K 14 1 R603 10K 11 3 R616 Q605A 4.7K41KRC107 M 12V

B R604 210K323PROTECT 1

8 2 C629 6 CNP680 10 Q609A 1D615 220/50 KRA107 M LCH_IN 1N4148195A_GND R602 C606 C610 C614 R617A C652 33/16 2 1K 4.7/25 C648 12 7 47/50 2200/35 680KRCH_IN 3 0.0012 P_STB +BC602 4 Q603A P_MUTE 1/50 R608 5 D601 R618 2HC1815 GR RCH_OUT 1K 1N4148 6 680K RCH_OUT RCH_GND RCH_GND LCH_GND

C 10 LCH_GND

LCH_OUT LCH_OUT CNS604 +B +B1 CNP6511212CNS651

POWER PWB-B1 D

D651 D652 1N5402M CNW651 1N5402M +B1 B1GND D653 D654 T651 1N5402M 1N5402M POWERF651 TRANSFORMER 4.0A 125V (MAIN) D657 D656 120V 1N4004 1N4004

E CNP652 D659 D658 TF 0V

2 1N4004 1N4004 1 F652

VOLTAGE REGULATOR 1.6A 125V

3 IC681KIA7805P 1 D685 1N4004 D689 1N4004

F

R685 RLY681 10K RELAY USWD_ 5R6V P_CONT R686 2 47K D_GND CNP707 D682 D681 1N4004 1N4004 C695 C681 0.001 0.047 C684 0.047 D683 D684

G 1N4004 1N4004

TO T681 MAIN CNW654 POWERTRANSFORMER CHASSIS (SUB) CNP653 CNW65311SO651 TO TAPE22C696 AC INPUT MECHANISM 0.001 SOCKET CHASSIS AC120V, 60Hz

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Figure 24 SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM (7/7)

– 24 – TO MAIN PWB P19 11 - C CNP604 B1GND FROM DISPLAY PWB FROM MAIN PWB R607 C60133/16 P20 1 - F P19 10 - F 6.8K CNS707 CNS652 Q602 Q601 KTC3199 GR KTC3199 GR C659 C657 C604 C608 C607 0.1 0.1 100P 220/25 220/25 C603 C660 100P 0.001 R606 R605 82 82 C683 2200/16 C665 0.047 C615 0.022 D688 1N4004 C658 C656 C654 C651 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 D614 D613 C630 1N4004 1N4004 C688 3300/50 0.047 D612 D611 Q683 1N4004 1N4004 C689 2HC1815 GR 0.47/50 R610 C644 C643 R609 3.3 0.22(ML) 0.22(ML) 3.3 C612 C611 0.22(ML) 0.22(ML) R614 270 R613 C670 100/25 AC POWER SUPPLY CORD AC 120V,60Hz CNS680 P21 12 - G FROM DISPLAY PWB, IC601 1413121110987654321C609 C603 C604 C647 C610 C607

POWER AMP. PWB-B2

C608 C648 C615 C605 R605 C613 R613 C630 D611E E CNS604CC13BBR614 12 CNP651 11219C614 R618 65 C670 1 CNP680 Q603A CNS6801123

B C

P28 3 - G D615 FROM123EC652 DISPLAY PWB TO MAIN BK CHASSIS CNW654 POWER PWB-B1 C684 C660 2 C665 CNP707 D684 CNP653 D688 1 D683 D682 2R686 R685IC681 3 D681E12321CC681 D689 B C688 Q683 C695 2 C689 CNP652 D654 D685 T681 TO TAPE POWER TRANSFORMER D653 MECHANISM (SUB)

CHASSIS

C654 D651 D652 RD CNS6511 1

BR

RLY681 C65122RELAY F651 CNW651 4.0A 125V D657 AC 120V,60Hz C657 C656 D656 D659 C659 D658 C658 COLOR TABLE BR BROWN RD(R) RED F652 1.6A 125V OR ORANGE YL YELLOW GR GREEN SO651 T651 BL BLUE AC INPUT POWER TRANSFORMER SOCKET (MAIN) VL VIOLET AC 120V,60Hz GY GRAY WH(W) WHITE BK BLACK PK PINK78910 11 12

Figure 25 WIRING SIDE OF P.W.BOARD (1/5)

– 25 –

BK

CNW653 R601 AC POWER SUPPLY CORD R615 R603 Q601 R607 R608 D601 C602 Q602 C629 R604 C606 C601 R616 R602 R606 T.F. C683 C696 R610 D612 C644 D614 C612 R609 D613 C611 C643 Q609A Q605A R617A FROM FROM MAIN PWB DISPLAY PWB CNS652 CNS707 P26 4 - H P28 1 - F FROM MAIN PWB CNP604 P26 3 - D,

A

R374 R373 X352 D308 R391 R365 R372 C391 C380 R371 R392CHASSIS E C395 GND R380 C387 R359 R386 R385

C

R360 R384 C396 C394 R387 R382 B C376 L351 ZD351 C393 FM BAND COVERAGE fL FM MUTE C321 R309B LEVELC315 R316 C378 C370 C312 L353 C357R305 C316 L303 C398 R3559 1 C355 R30482CF351 C358327C314 R3083BC308 Q356 C323 C309 CF302 R352 R353 C C311 5 T304 C399 E R315 TP301123C301 C305 R31333BC360 BF301 C30422CC307 R307 C361123D3061E

C C319

1 C303 R302 D305 C306 IC303 C302 D307 R361 C349 VD303 C332 FM RF L302 VD301 R63 D301 C340 D302 T302 T306 AM TRACKING R405 AM BAND COVERAGE fL 13 12 11 10987654321CNP604

D R407

C624 R406 R408 R623 R619 C412 D603 C413 R627 D602 R620 Q606 C627ECBR621 B

C E

R413BCEBCEBCE3Q607 Q605 Q604 2

E 1

J923 C622 C4 C4 J920 C4 C407

F

C417 C425 1 D403 R

G CHASSIS GND

CNS604 P25 11 - B TO POWER PWB CNS652 2 BKFROM POWER AMP. PWB CNP652 1 RD

H P25 11 - D

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Figure 26 WIRING SIDE OF P.W.BOARD (2/5)

– 26 – SO601 SPEAKERS SO401 SUB VIDEO/AUX IN FM/AM RIGHT LEFT WOOFER OUT RIGHT LEFT

ANTENNA

CNP301123R412 R410 C411 Q302 C397 R381 C414 R379 R411 IC301 C320 12 22 C318 C317 15 20 R306 C383 C392 C381 R301 10 5C382 11 IC302 1 C329 C330 ZD602 FM IF C331 C334 R303 VD302 C626 R323 C313 C335 D604 CF303 R310 VR351 C385 R625 R336 C386 C384 C337 R314 R312 T351 Q306 AM IF C362 C343 R358 C625 C34424 1 C350 R351 CF352 CNW652 C616 C364 C365 C351 R350 C366 20 5 C352 Q360 C367 C363 C369 Q603 10 R383 R357 C368 C356 C621 R356 13 C374 X351 12 C354 R376 L352 D402 D401 ZD601 R364 R362 C372 C353 R395 R629 R628 R617 C373 C371 R363 R393 R377 R624 C620 Q609 Q608 R366,

MAIN PWB-A1

R106 Q105BCEC110 R111 R131 Q106C391BCER113 R132 C395 R114 R112 C111 C396 IC102 R103 1 12 1086422ZD351 119753134FROM DISPLAY PWBR126 C104 C103 C107 5 P28 5 - E C106 C105BB6CNS7037CCC114 C113 5 8EE9

IC101 10

321Q104R12398765432111 Q351 B Q102R138 R140CBCEC101R139 E C102CNP704 FROM TAPE HEAD321C131 CNP101987654321P29 10 - H Q17112345678123CNW101 Q172 C122 C121 61 CNS704 FROM DISPLAY PWB R634 P28 3 - F CNS901

BK

C901 GY GY213TO1 R905 CNW901 C153

GY

GY 4 TAPE MECHANISM725Q902 D901 R904 Q151 GY PWB3 R903 GY 7 P29 9 - GECBC902ECBD902 R15213R902 L151 COLOR TABLEC90322R90131Q905 BR BROWN D903ECBD904 Q153321RD(R) RED R154 R907 Q901321R153 OR ORANGE 3 R906ECBQ152 FROM CD SERVO PWBC905 YL YELLOW 2 CNS605 R477 C155 P29 11 - B GR GREENC461 R468 R461 R463123BL BLUE R467 Q4633 VL VIOLET C401 2 C468R470 GY GRAY C403 R469 IC461 1 C475 WH(W)8 WHITE R46272R475 C405 BK BLACK R41963C463 C407 R471 PK PINKC47654C471 C415 C474SGDQ461 C417 R472 C419 R466 CHASSIS R662 J601 C421 C418

GND

R438 HEAD PHONES C425 C420C423 C422 C469 C473 R661 C429 R437 C424 C663 L603 C430515CFW601A CFW601

HEADPHONES PWB-A5

78910 11 12

Figure 27 WIRING SIDE OF P.W.BOARD (3/5)

– 27 – C620 Q609 Q608 R366 R439 CNP605123456R421 R417 C402 30 16 R415 R423 25 20

IC401 R416

C406 R425 5 10 R418 R910 BK 15 C408R424 C4041 R420 R909

GY GY

C426 C129R422 GY C416 C116 C115 Q906 GY GY C130 R118 R117 GY R120 R119 Q103 C117 R478 R476 R440 C462 R125 R134 C464 R464 Q904 R124 R121 C904 R122 C126 R474 Q903 Q101 R133 R116 R108 R465 D104 C112 C108 R104 C472 R102 R110 R155 C123 R473 R151 R157 R141 D461 R156 C154 C125 R101 R109 R115 R105 R107 C109 CNP703,

A LED PWB-A4

1 CFW701A D701 D702 D703 D704 D705 D706 D707 D708 D709 R7D4 R7D3

B 2 R7E1 R7D1 R7D9 R7D5

R7D2

DISPLAY PWB-A2

Q701 C711 R750123Q702 R755 R756 R7A2ECBR747 R7A1 R748

C R7A4 D721BCE

Q703 C710 R759 IC701 51 C713 R7A3 C704123R744 C714 55 45 60 40 R7A6 6575 3570 2630 R738 R781 RX701 2076 25 REMOTE 85 15 R737 SENSOR 90 10 1 D722 95CFW701 5 R7A9 X702 C715 100 1

D 42 41 40 39 38 37 36 35 34 33 32 31 30 29 28 27 26 25 24 23 22 21 20 19 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10987654321

LCD701 L701 R729 R731R723 R732 1 R78312R722 R702 2R725 3 SW704 R7213ABCSW703 SW701 4 TO MAIN PWB 5 P27 11 - BR793 C705 C706 B R791 R706 R705 6 CNP703 C SW702 TUNING FUNCTION POWER ON/STAND-BY E 91 R784 WH 10SW700 R708 11 BK R792 VOLUME SW707 R707

E CNW680BK CNW707 R709 REC/PAUSE SW706

1 MEMORY/ 3 2 SW709 SW708 SET SW705 BASS/ D718 TREBLE

PRESET

1 9 CNW702 1 10 CFW704

COLOR TABLE BR BROWN RD(R) RED OR ORANGE F YL YELLOW GR GREEN BL BLUE

1231212345678912345678910 VL VIOLET

GY GRAY WH(W) WHITE

CNP707 CNP680 CNP704 BK BLACKCNP702 TO POWER PWB TO POWER AMP. PWB TO MAIN PWB PK PINK P25 11 - D P25 10 - C P27 7 - C TO CD SERVO PWB P29 9 - B

G H

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Figure 28 WIRING SIDE OF P.W.BOARD (4/5)

– 28 – CNS707 Q707 Q706 ZD701 D723 R7A7 R7A8C712 D720 R7B0 R7A5 R7A0 R751 R742 R757 R758 CNS680 R753 R754 R777 R776 CNS704 R785 R794 R768 R767 R710 R766 R765 R764 R763 R762 R774 R7D8 CNS702

BK GY GY GY GY GY GY

GY R727 GY R724 C701 GY C703 R728 C702 X701 R745R733 R734 R749 R782 R739 CNS703 R780 R740 R779 R741 R778 R775 R743 R746 R7D6, J801

DIGITAL OUT

321JACK PWB-A7 CNS605

BR

5 TO MAIN PWB 4 4FROM DISPLAY PWB WH CNP605 WH P28 5 - G BK BK RD 2 P27 7 - E CNS702 1

RD

CFW807A 109876543212CNP702 R801

CD SERVO PWB-A3471CNW808A CNW805 1 2

R855 C86771SW801 R854 CD LIDCNW803 OPEN/CLOSE 9 7C825 3 R822 C815 IC801 R846 6 21 20C812 R826C805 C813 C807 R810 25 R82515 R824 C817 C808 R814 4 30 10 SWITCH PWB-A6R815 40 3551R823 8 R808 R892 16 IC802 1 41 45 75 80R884 C847 14 1 C828 50 70 C844 15 105B5C55 65 11R858 C834 R883 10 520 25 30 E C843 R809 COLOR TABLER886 17 32 R806 R862 20 25C835 60 61 10 R828 BR BROWN R857 R869 R827 15 28 R816 IC804 1 RD(R) REDR807 R866 R817 C857 R829 C833 X803 2R850 C803 OR ORANGE C802 C832 C816654321C831 YL YELLOW C824 R813 CNW802 C80118R864ECBGR GREEN R811 C830 C829 R803 R804 R805 CNS8031 Q804 BL BLUE CNW801 9 VL VIOLET GY GRAY WH(W) WHITE BK BLACK PK PINK NM801 SLED MOTOR654321CNP803123456787654321CNS802 CNS801 SW80017PICKUP IN18

CD PICKUP UNIT (307)

NM802 SPINDLE MOTOR

CD MOTOR PWB-C TAPE MECHANISM ASS'Y (217) RECORD/PLAYBACK

ERASE HEAD HEAD

RD

P27 11-D WH FROM MAIN PWB M901(217-9) CNS901

TAPE MOTOR RD

OR7654321YL SW901(217-7) FOOL SW902(217-8) CNW101 PROOF CAM 1 BK GR PHOTO 2 WH INTERRUPTER CNP101 3 BLYL P27 9-C 45 BK GYTO MAIN PWB 6

TAPE MECHANISM PWB-D,E 7 WHSOL901(217-4) RD

SOLENOID 8 • The numbers 1 to 11 are waveform numbers shown in page 30. 78910 11 12

Figure 29 WIRING SIDE OF P.W.BOARD (5/5)

– 29 – R832 C811 R833 C819 C864C818 C823 L806 R836 C821 R890 C865 C820 C851 R820 CNW808B C814 C810 C809 C806 BK Q801

GY GY GY

GY R889A GY C804 R889B

GY

R893 R851 C827 R802 R874 R899 C836 C838 GY R898 GY C842 GY L801 GY C841 R845 R897 GY R896 GY C859 R844 R895 GY L802 C845 BK C849 R839 R887 C846 C837 R852 WH

BK

C858 C848 R856 R885 RD R853 C850 GY

GY GY WH

BK GY

RD

R812 WH R849 GY

GY

+ GY BK GY

GY WH RD GR

WH +

BK

CFW807B - - + -,

WAVEFORMS OF CD CIRCUIT

NO DISC FOCUS SEARCH CUE(TE) 1 FO- 7

TRO

IC804 27pin IC801 27pin 2 FO+ 8 FMO IC804 26pin IC804 3pin 3 FOO 9 TE IC801 28pin IC801 33pin

Figure 30-1 Figure 30-4

STOP PLAY(FE) REVIEW(TE)

TRO

4 IC801 27pinRFDET IC801 38pin 8 FMO 5 IC804 3pinARF IC801 44pin 9 TE 6 FE IC801 33pin IC801 32pin

Figure 30-2 Figure 30-5

STOP PLAY(TE) TCD-782 JNO-02 PLAYBACK

TRO

IC801 27pin 8 10 OUTLFMO IC801 73pin IC804 3pin 9 TE 11 OUTR IC801 33pin IC801 75pin

Figure 30-3 Figure 30-6

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TROUBLESHOOTING When the CD does not function

When the CD section does not operate when the objective lens of the optical pickup is dirty, this section may not operate. Clean the objective lens, and check the playback operation. When this section does not operate even after the above step is taken, check the following items. Remove the cabinet and follow the troubleshooting instructions. "Track skipping and/or no TOC (Table Of Contents) may be caused by build up of dust other foreign matter on the laser pickup lens. Before attempting any adjustment make certain that the lens is clean. If not, clean it as mentioned below." Turn the power off. Gently clean the lens with a lens cleaning tissue and a small amount of isopropyl alcohol. Do not touch the lens with the bare hand. Dust gradually accumulates on the objective lens during use, and it may degrade performance. To avoid this problem, use a cleaning disc designed for CD optical pickup lenses. HOW TO USE 1. Using the brush in the cleaner cap, apply 1 or 2 drops of the cleaning fluid to the brush on the CD cleaner disc which has the mark next to it. 2. Place the CD cleaner disc onto the CD disc tray with the brush side down, then press the play button. 3. You will hear music for about 20 seconds and the CD player will automatically stop. If it continues to turn, press the stop button.

CAUTION

The CD lens cleaner should be effective for 30~50 operations, however if the brushes become worn out earller then please replace the cleaner disc. If the CD cleaner brushes become very wet then wipe off any excess fluid with a soft cloth. Do not drink the cleaner fluid or allow it to come in contact with the eyes. In the event of this happening then drink and / or rinse with clean water and seek medical advice. The CD cleaner disc must not be used on car CD players or on computer CD ROM drives. All rights reserved. Unauthorized duplicating, broadcasting and renting this product is prohibited by law. Cleaner Liquid Cleaning Disc PARTS CODE: UDSKA0004AFZZ – 31 –, Make sure that the disc is normal, and set the CD TEST MODE (STEP 1). Is the measured voltage as specified in circuit diagram? Check the main unit power supply circuit. No Yes Is "Er-CD01" displayed"? No Yes Move the pickup to most internal circumference side of disc. Check the pattern between pin 58 (PUIN) of IC701 and No Turn the power off and reset the CD TEST MODE (STEP 1). CNW803/CNS803. Is "PU ERROR " not displayed? Check the between CNW803/CNS803 and PU-IN switch. Yes Is +5V applied to pin 18 (/RST) of IC801? Check the PWB pattern between pin 59 (MRST) of IC701 and pin No 18 (/RST) of IC801. Yes Does the CD TEST MODE advance from "STEP 2"? Is CD Lid switch SW801 Set ON condition the CD No ON condition ? No Lid switch. Yes Yes Check the between pattern IC701 and SW801 If OK. Check the main unit power supply circuit. Does the laser come on in CD TEST MODE "STEP 2"? Check the procedure in "LASER FAILURE". No Yes Does the CD TEST MODE advance from "STEP 3" to "STEP Check the procedure in "FOCUS FAILURE". 4"? No Yes Does the spindle motor rotate normally when the CD TEST Check the procedure in "SPINDLE MOTOR CLV SERVO MODE changes from "STEP 4" to "STEP 3"? No FAILURE". Yes Is the HF output on pin 34 of IC801 in CD TEST MODE "STEP 5"? Check the procedure "HF ERROR". No Yes Does the sound heard when the optical pickup move to the Does the sled motor Check the procedure in selected play by the FF/REW key. No move ? No "SLED MOTOR Yes OPERATING FAILURE ". Yes Check the procedure "NO SOUND" Does the LCD track number and time indicator work properly ? Check the pattern between IC701 and LCD701. No Yes Turn the power off and then back on. Is "Er-CD01 " Is "Er-CD01" displayed? Does the unit initialize properly and start playback when PLAY No Nodisplayed ? key is pressed? Yes Yes Check the pattern between pin 58 (PUIN) of IC701 and CNW803/CNS803. Check the between CNW803/ CNS803 and PICKUP-IN switch. Yes Check the procedure in "HF ERROR". Does the unit play in order in the FF mode? Check the procedure in "TRACK SEARCH FAILURE". No Yes Does playback continue for 30 seconds after the start of Check the procedure in "SLED SERVO FAILURE". playback ? No Yes Normal – 32 –, • Laser failure. Is +6.2V applied to the emitter of Q804 ? Check the PWB pattern between pin 5 of CNS605 and emitter of No Q804. Yes Is +5V applied to the collector of Q804 ? Check the peripheral parts of IC804 and Q804. No Yes Is +5V applied to the pin 3 (VCC) of IC802 ? Check the PWB pattern between collector of Q804 and pin 3 of No IC802. Yes Is 0V applied to the pin 40 of IC801 ? Does the laser come on when pattern cut between pin 24 of IC802 No and pin 40 of IC801 ? Yes Yes No Check the PWB pattern between IC701 and IC801 (MCLK/MLD/ MDATA/BL) Is approx. 2V applied to the collector of Q801. Check the peripheral parts of IC802 and Q801. If it is normal, the No optical pickup is faulty. Yes Check CNW802/CNS802. If it is normal, the optical pickup is faulty. • Focus failure. Does the optical pickup move up and down when the disc is Check as stated in item "FOCUS SERVO SAWTOOTH WAVE removed? No FAILURE". Yes Is the following waveform output at the pin 32 (FE) of IC801 Check the periphery of IC802 and CNW802/CNS802. Is it normal? when the disc is set? (See Fig.30-1) No Yes Yes The optical pickup is faulty. IC802 is faulty. – 33 –, • Focus servo sawtooth wave failure. Is sawtooh wave output to the pin 28 (FOO) of IC801 ? IC801 is faulty. No Yes 1.5~2.5sec Is +6.2V applied to the pins 21 and 22 (VCC) of IC804 ? Check the PWB pattern between pin 5 of CNS605 and IC804. No Yes Is sawtooth wave obtained between pins 26 and 27 of IC804 ? Is +5V applied to the pin 7 Check the PWB pattern No (MUTE) of IC804 ? No between pin 7 of IC804Yes Yes and pin 60 (CD STB) of 1.5~2.5sec IC701. Check the PWB pattern between pin 28 (FOO) of IC801 and pins 24 and 25 of IC804. If OK. IC804 is faulty. Is sawtooth wave obtained between pins 3 and 4 of CNW801/ Check the PWB pattern between CNW801/CNS801 and IC804. CNS801 ? (as shown above) No Yes CNW801/CNS801 connection failure or optical pickup failure. • Spindle motor clv servo failure. Is following wave output to the pin 11,12 of IC804 when the CD Check the procedure in "HF ERROR". TEST MODE "STEP 3" is changed to " STEP 4" ? No If OK. IC801 is faulty. Yes VO2 Is above wave obtained between pins 9 and 10 of IC804 ? Check the PWB pattern between pin 24,25 of IC801 and pins 9 No and 10 of IC804. If OK. IC804 is faulty. Yes Is above wave obtained between pins 5 and 6 of CNW801/ Check the PWB pattern between CNW801/CNS801 and IC804. CNS801 ? No Yes CNW801/CNS801 connection failure or optical pickup failure. – 34 –, • HF error. Is output (tracking error signal) obtained at the pins 33 (TE) Is output obtained at the pins 2 and Optical pickup failure. and 37 (TRCRS) of IC801 the CD TEST MODE "STEP 4" is No 5 of CNS802 No changed to "STEP 5"? Yes Yes Check the periphery of IC802. IC801 is faulty. test mode "step 4" test mode "step 5" Check the PWB pattern between No pin 20 (TEOUT) of IC802 and pins TE 33 and 37 of IC801. TRCRS Is it normal ? Yes Check the PWB pattern between pin 33 (TE) of IC801 and pin 19 of IC804. Check the periphery of IC804 and CNW801/CNS801. If OK. Optical pickup failure. Is output (HF signal) obtained at the pin 44 (ARF) of IC801 Is output obtained at the pins 1 and Optical pickup failure. when the CD TEST MODE "STEP 4" is changed to "STEP 5"? No 3, 4 of CNS802. No Yes Yes test mode "step 4" test mode "step 5" Check the periphery of IC801. ARF Check the PWB pattern pin 44 (ARF) of IC801. If OK. IC802 is faulty Is output (HF signal) obtained at the pin 38 (/RFDET) of IC801 Check the periphery of IC801. when the CD TEST MODE "STEP 4" is changed to "STEP 5"? No Check the PWB pattern pin38 (/RFDET) of IC801. If OK. IC802 is faulty. Yes test mode "step 4" test mode "step 5" /RFDET Is the following wave output to the pin 10 (VIN2) of IC804 Check the periphery pins 52~53 of IC801. when the CD TEST MODE "STEP 4" or "STEP 5"? No If OK. IC801 failure. Yes test mode "step 4" test mode "step 5" VO2 Normal. • No sound. No sound from both L and R-ch? Check the interval between the pins 73 or 75 of IC801 and the pins No 1 or 3 IC601. Yes No Is signal of pins 73 and 75 of IC801 output? Check the peripheral parts of IC801. If OK, IC801 is faulty. Yes The main PWB is faulty. – 35 –, • Track search failure Does the sled motor run in FF/REW state when the SERVO Check as stated in item "SLED MOTOR OPERATION FAILURE". TEST MODE "STEP1" is set? No Yes Is the following wave output to the pin 27 (TRO) of IC801 IC801 failure. during track search in normal playback? No Yes

TRO

Is the following wave output to the pins 20(TEOUT) of IC802 Check the PWB pattern between pin 27 (TRO) of IC801 and pin No during track search in normal playback? 19 of IC804. Check the PWB pattern between pins 17 and 18 of IC804 and Yes Optical pickup.

TEOUT

TE If OK. Optical pickup failure. Is the above wave output to the pins 33 (TE) of IC801 during Check the PWB pattern between pin 20 (TEOUT) of IC802 and pin track search in normal playback? No 33 of IC801. If OK. IC802 failure. Yes Is the following wave output to the pin 38 (/RFDET) of IC801 Check the PWB pattern pin 38 (/RFDET) of IC801 and pin 8 (ARF) during track search in normal playback? No and pin15 (NRFDET) of IC802 . If OK. IC802 failure. Yes /RFDET Normal. • Sled motor operation failure. Is following sled feed signal input the pin 3 (VIN1) of IC804 C801 is faulty. when FF/REW key is pressed after the CD TEST MODE No "STEP 1" is seted? Yes FF REW VIN1 Is following sled feed signal output the pins 1 and 2 of IC804 IC804 is faulty. when FF/REW key is pressed after the CD TEST MODE No "STEP 1" is seted? Yes FF REW SL ± Is sled feed voltage applied between both terminals of sled Check the CNW803/CNS803. motor? No Yes Check the CD mechanism (periphery of sled motor). If the sled motor does not run when DC2.0V is applied to both terminals of sled motor, the sled motor is faulty. • Sled servo failure. Is following sled signal output the pin 3 (VIN1) of IC804 during IC801 is faulty. playback? No Yes VIN1 Normal. – 36 –,

FUNCTION TABLE OF IC IC401 VHiLC75342M-1: Function/Volume Equalizer (LC75342M)

Pin No. Port Name Function 1 DI Serial data and clock input pin for control. 2 CE Chip enable pin. Data written into an internal latch in a timing of [H] -> [L]. Each analog switch is activated. Data transfer enabled at [H] level. 3 VSS Ground pin. 4 TEST Electronic volume control pin. To be set to the VSS potential. 5 LOUT Volume + equalizer output pin. 6 LBASS2 Bass-band filter comprising capacitor and resistor connection pin. 7 LBASS1 Bass-band filter comprising capacitor and resistor connection pin. 8 LTRE Capacitor connection pin comprising treble band filter. 9 LIN Volume + equalizer input pin. 10 LSEL0 Input selector output pin. 11 L4 Input signal pin. 12-14 L3-L1 Input signal pin. 15* NC No CONNECT pin. To be open or connected to VSS. 16* NC No CONNECT pin. To be open or connected to VSS. 17-19 R1-R3 Input signal pin. 20 R4 Input signal pin. 21 RSEL0 Input selector output pin. 22 RIN Volume + equalizer input pin. 23 RTRE Capacitor connection pin comprising treble band filter. 24 RBASS1 Bass-band filter comprising capacitor and resistor connection pin. 25 RBASS2 Bass-band filter comprising capacitor and resistor connection pin. 26 ROUT Volume + equalizer output pin. 27* NC No CONNECT pin. To be open or connected to VSS. 28 Vref 0.5 x VDD voltage generation block for analog ground. Capacitor of several 10µF to be connected between Vref and AWSS (VSS) as a counter measure against power ripple. 29 VDD Supply pin. 30 CL Serial data and clock input pin for control. In this unit, the terminal with asterisk mark (*) is (open) terminal which is not connected to the outside. ROUT RBASS2 RBASS1 RTRE RIN RSEL0 26 25 24 23 22 21 NC 27 20 R4 Vref 28 19 R3 VDD 29 18CONTROL R2RVref

CIRCUIT

CL 30 17 R1 16 NC DI 1 CCB LOGICINTERFACE CIRCUIT 15 NC CE 2 14 L1

CONTROL

LVref CIRCUIT VSS 3 13 L2 TEST 4 12 L3 11 L45678910 LOUT LBASS2 LBASS1 LTRE LIN LSEL0 Figure 37 BLOCK DIAGRAM OF IC – 37 –,

IC701 RH-iX0060SJZZ: System Control Microcomputer (IX0060SJ) (1/2)

Pin No. Terminal Name Input/Output Function 1-4 COM3-COM0 Output LCD common output terminal. 5-7 VLC3-VLC1 — LCD power supply terminal. 8 VDD — Microcomputer power supply +5V. 9 OSC2 Output Oscillator ground terminal for main clock. f=8MHz 10 OSC1 Input Oscillator ground terminal for main clock. f=8MHz 11 VSS — Microcomputer power supply GND. 12 XI Input Oscillator ground terminal for sub clock. f=32.768kHz 13 XO Output Oscillator ground terminal for sub clock. f=32.768kHz 14 MMOD Input Memory mode selection terminal. 15 VREF- — Power supply GND for AD converter. 16 KEY0 AN0/PA0 Input CD lid status detection input. 17 KEY1 AN0/PA1 Input Operation button input, Max-8 buttons. 18 KEY2 AN0/PA2 Input Operation button input, Max-8 buttons. 19 KEY3 AN0/PA3 Input MODEL/TUNER destination input. 20* KEY4 AN0/PA4 Input Current detection of CD lid control motor. Used to decide the CD lid drive error to control it. 21 KEY5 AN0/PA5 Input CD servo auto adjustment mode selection input. 22 KEY6 AN0/PA6 Input Tape mechanism operating status detection input. Decides the F.P/CAM-SW status with A/D value. 23* KEY7 AN7/PA7 Input Tuner signal meter (S meter) voltage input terminal. 24 VREF+ — Power supply for A/D converter +5V. 25 TXD SBO0/P00 Output Data output terminal to TUNER PLL IC. 26 RXD SBI0/P01 Input Data input from TUNER PLL IC 27 SBT0/P02 Output Synchronous clock output with TUNER PLL IC 28 SBO1/P03 Output Enable output of TUNER PLL IC. "L" = OFF, "H" = ON 29 SBI1/P04 Output Tape mechanism solenoid drive control output. 30 SBT1/P05 Output Tape mechanism motor drive control output. 31 DK/BZER P06 Output Recording/playback selection output of tape circuit. "H" = Recording mode, "L" = Playback mode 32 RST/P27 Input Reset signal input 33 RMOUT P10 Input GVSW input. 34 P11 Input Tape run/END detection input. Decided as tape run if pulse is input. 35 TM2IO P12 Output Recording bias oscillation circuit control output. "H" = Bias oscillation, "L" = oscillation stop. 36 TM3IO P13 Output Recording bias oscillation frequency selection control output. 37 TM4IO P14 Input Power (POWER) button input detection. 38 IRQ0 P20 Input Switches to the HALT mode when changing to . "L" at power failure detection input. 39 SENS IRQ1/P21 Input Remote control signal input. 40* IRQ2 P22 Input Synchronous clock input with RDS IC. 41 IRQ3 P23 Input Jog dial UP pulse input. 42 IRQ4 P24 Input Jog dial DOWN pulse input. 43* P30 Output SURROUND control output. 44 P31 Output POWER IC STAND-BY terminal CONTROL. 45 P32 Output Power mute output. "H" = MUTE ON, "L" = MUTE OFF 46 LED0 WE/P50 Output CD servo power supply circuit control output. "H" = CD power ON, "L" = CD power OFF 47 LED1 RE/P51 Output Main TRANS RELAY CONTROL. "H" = ON, "L" = OFF 48* LED2 CS/P52 Input Data input from RDS IC. 49 LDE3/S51 A16/P53 Input Radio stereo broadcast reception detection input. "L" = During stereo broadcast reception 50 LED4/S50 A17/P54 Input Broadcast reception status detection input. "L" = During broadcasting signal reception 51 SEG49 P60/A0 Output LCD backlight control signal output. "H" = Backlight ON, "L" = Backlight OFF 52* SEG48 P61/A1 Output Speaker relay control. 53 SEG47 P62/A2 Output Speaker output detect. In this unit, the terminal with asterisk mark (*) is (open) terminal which is not connected to the outside. – 38 –,

IC701 RH-iX0060SJZZ: System Control Microcomputer (IX0060SJ) (2/2)

Pin No. Terminal Name Input/Output Function 54* SEG46 P63/A3 Output Power IC amplifier detect. 55* SEG45 P64/A4 Output Fan control. 56* SEG44 P65/A5 Output 57* SEG43 P66/A6 Output 58 SEG42 P67/A7 Input CD pickup position detection SW input. "L" = Innerst periphery 59 SEG41 P70/A8 Output Reset signal output for MN8827482W 60 SEG40 P71/A9 Output ON/OFF output terminal of CD servo control IC. "H" = Servo ON, "L" = Servo stand-by 61-64 SEG39 P72/A10- Input/Output Data input/output terminal for MN8827482W control. SEG36 P75/A13 65 SEG35 P76/A14 Output Data synchronous clock output for MN8827482W. 66* SEG34 P77/A15 Output Chip enable terminal for MN8827482W. "L" = BUS terminal active 67 SEG33 P87/D7 — LCD segment output. 68 SEG32 P86/D6 — LCD segment output. 69-73, SEG31 P85/D5- — LCD segment output 74 SEG26 P80/D0 75-93,100 SEG25-SEG0 — LCD segment output

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

COM3O175 S SEG25 COM2O274 S SEG26 COM1O373 S SEG27 COM0O472 S SEG28 VLC3 5 71 S SEG29 VLC2 6 70 S SEG30 VLC1 7 69 S SEG31 VDD 8 68 S SEG32 OSC2O967 S SEG33 OSC1 I 10 66 O VSS 11 65 O MCLK XI I 12 64 I/O MLD XO O 13 63 I/O MDATA MMOD I 14 62 I/O BLKCK VREF- 15 61 I/O STAT CLID_SW I 16 60 O CD_STB KEY1 I 17 59 O MRST KEY2 I 18 58 I PU-IN MODEL I 19 57 O CLID_PRO I 20 56 O CD_CONF I 21 55 O FAN TAPE_SW I 22 54 O AMP_DEC VSM I 23 53 O SP_DEC VREF+ 24 52 DI O 25 51 O B-LIGHT

Figure 39 BLOCK DIAGRAM OF IC

– 39 – DO I 26 100 S SEG0 CL O 27 99 S SEG1 CE O 28 98 S SEG2 SOL O 29 97 S SEG3 MOT O 30 96 S SEG4 REC O 31 95 S SEG5 RESET I 32 94 S SEG6 GVSW I 33 93 S SEG7 RUN_PLS I 34 92 S SEG8 BIAS O 35 91 S SEG9 B-CAN O 36 90 S SEG10 POWER I 37 89 S SEG11 SYS STOP I 38 88 S SEG12 REMOCON I 39 87 S SEG13 CLE I 40 86 S SEG14 JOG UP I 41 85 S SEG15 JOG DOWN I 42 84 S SEG16 SURR O 43 83 S SEG17 P-STB O 44 82 S SEG18 P-MUTE O 45 81 S SEG19 CD+B O 46 80 S SEG20 P-CONT O 47 79 S SEG21 DATA O 48 78 S SEG22 STEREO O 49 77 S SEG23 SD I 50 76 S SEG24,

IC801 VHiMN6627482W: Servo/Signal Control (MN6627482W) (1/2)

Pin No. Terminal Name Input/Output Function 1* BCLK Output SRDATA bit clock output. 2* LRCK Output L/R identification signal output. 3* SRDATA Output Serial data output. 4 DVDD1 Input Digital circuit power supply. 5 DVSS1 Input Digital circuit GND. 6* TX Output Digital audio interface output signal. 7 MCLK Input Microcomputer command clock signal input. (Data latch at the rising edge.) 8 MDATA Input Microcomputer command data input. 9 MLD Input Microcomputer command load signal input. L: Load 10* SENSE Output Sense signal output. (OFT, FESL, NACEND, NAJEND, SFG) 11* /FLOCK Output Focus servo lead-in signal. (L: Lead-in) 12* /TLOCK Output Tracking servo lead-in signal. (L: Lead-in) 13 BLKCK Output Subcode block clock signal. (fBLKCK=75 Hz) 14 SQCK, GIO0 Input Default: external clock input for subcode Q resistor. Command execution: general purpose I/O port. CD-TEXT mode 2: TEXT data read clock input. 15* SUBQ Output Subcode Q data output. CD-TEXT mode 2: TEEXT data output. 16 DMUTE Input Muting input. (Effective only at bit rate 64fs output.) H: Mute 17 STAT Output Status signal. (CRC, STCNT, CLVS, TTSTOP, JCLVS, SQOK, FLAG6, SENE, FLOCK, TLOCK, revolving speed data, FCLV, SUBQ, SYFLG) CD-TEXT mode 3: subcode Q and TEXT data output. 18 /RST Input Reset input (L: Reset) 19* SMCK Output MSEL=H: 8.4672 MHz clock signal output. MSEL=L: 4.2336 MHz clock signal output. 20* PMCK, PLAY Output Default: 88.2 kHz clock signal output. Command execution: Play signal output. H: play 21 TRV Output Traverse forcing transmission output. 3-State 22 TVD Output Traverse drive output. 23* PC Output Spindle motor ON output. L: ON (Default) 24 ECM Output Spindle motor drive signal. (Forcing mode output.) 3-State 25 ECS Output Spindle motor drive signal. (Servo error signal output.) 26 KICK Output Kick pulse output. 3-State 27 TRD Output Tracking drive output. 28 FOD Output Focus drive output. 29 VREF Input DA output section (TVD, ECS, TRD, FOD, FBAL, TBAL, TOFS) reference voltage. 30 FBAL Output Focus balance adjustment output. 31 TBAL Output Tracking balance adjustment output. 32 FE Input Focus error signal input. (Analog input) 33 TE Input Tracking error signal input. (Analog input) 34 RFENV Input RF envelope signal input. (Analog input) 35 VDET Input Oscillation detection signal input. H: Detection 36 OFT Input Off track signal input. H: Off track 37 TRCRS Input Track cross signal input. (Analog input) 38 /RFDET Input RF detection signal input. L: Detection 39 BDO Input Drop out signal input. H: Drop out 40 LDON Output Laser ON signal output. H: ON 41 PLLF2 Input/Output Loop filter characteristic switch terminal for PLL. 42* TOFS Output Tracking offset adjustment output. (Shared with general purpose DA output terminal.) 43* WVEL Output Double-speed status signal output. H: Double-speed 44 ARF Input RF signal input. 45 IREF Input Reference current input terminal 46* DRF Input DSL bias terminal. In this unit, the terminal with asterisk mark (*) is (open) terminal which is not connected to the outside. – 40 –,

IC801 VHiMN6627482W: Servo/Signal Control (MN6627482W) (2/2)

Pin No. Terminal Name Input/Output Function 47 DSLF Input/Output DSL loop filter terminal. 48 PLLF Input/Output PLL loop filter terminal. 49 VCOF Input/Output VCO loop filter terminal. 50 AVDD2 Input Analog circuit power supply. (DSL, PLL and DA output sections for AD) 51 AVSS2 Input Analog circuit GND. (DSL, PLL and DA output sections for AD) 52* EFM, CK384 Output · IOSEL=H: EFM signal output. · IOSEL=L: X-tal system 16.9344 MHz clock output. Signal processing system: 384fs output. (VCO clock for jitter-free operation) (X-tal system or signal processing system can be selected by the command.) 53 PCK, DSLB Output PLL extraction clock output or DSL balance output. fPCK-4.3218 MHz 54 VCOF2 Input/Output Loop filter terminal for digital servo 33.8688 MHz creation VCO. X-tal 16.9344 MHz: external circuit is needed. 55* SUBC Output Subcode serial output. CD-TEXT mode 1: TEXT data output. 56* SBCK Input Subcode serial output clock input. CD-TEXT mode 1: TEXT data read clock input 57 VSS Input Oscillation circuit GND. 58 X1 Input Oscillation circuit input terminal. f=16.9344 MHz, 33.8688 MHz 59 X2 Output Oscillation circuit output terminal. f=16.9344 MHz, 33.8688 MHz 60 VDD Input Oscillation circuit power supply. 61* BYTCK, TRVSTP Output IOSEL=H: byte clock signal output. IOSEL=L: traverse STOP signal output. H: STOP Mode 62* GIO1, /CLDCK Output Default: general purpose I/O port. Command execution: terminal for subcode frame clock signal output. (fCLDCK=7.35 kHz) 63* GIO2, FCLK Output Default: general purpose I/O port. Command execution: crystal frame clock signal output. (fFCLK=7.35 kHz) 64* IPFLAG Output Interpolation flag signal output. H: Interpolation 65* FLAG Output Flag signal output. 66* CLVS Output Output for spindle servo phase synchronization signal. H: CLV, L: Rough servo 67* CRC Output Default: output for subcode CRC check results. H: OK, L: NG 68* DEMPH Output Demphasis detection signal output. H: ON 69* RESY, FLAG6 Output IOSEL= H: resync signal RESY output for frame synchronization. H: Synchronization, L: Synchronization lost IOSEL=L: RAM address reset signal for error correct deinterleave. FLAG 6 output L: Address reset 70 IOSEL Input Mode switch terminal. 71 /TEST Input Test terminal. Normal: H 72 AVDD1 Input Analog circuit power supply. (Audio output section (for both Lch and Rch)) 73 OUTL Output Lch audio output. 74 AVSS1 Input Analog circuit GND. (Audio output section (for both Lch and Rch)) 75 OUTR Output Rch audio output. 76 RSEL, GIO3 Input Default: RF signal polarity specification terminal. Brightness H: RESEL=H Brightness L: RESEL=L Command execution: general purpose I/O port. RF signal polarity can be specified by command. CD-TEXT mode 1 or 2: TEXT data read enabling signal (DQSY) output 77 CSEL Input Oscillation frequency specification terminal. H: Oscillation frequency=33.8688 MHz L: Oscillation frequency=16.9344 MHz 78 PSEL Input IOSEL=H: test terminal. (Normal: L) IOSEL=L: SRDATA input. 79 MSEL Input IOEL=H: SMCK terminal output, frequency switch terminal. H: SMCK=8.4672 MHz L: SMCK=4.2336 MHz IOSEL=L: LRCK input H: Lch data, L: Rch data SMCK=4.2336 MHz fixed 80 SSEL Input IOSEL=H: switch terminal for SUBQ terminal output mode. H: Q code buffer mode L: CLDCK synchronization mode IOSEL=L: BCLK input Q code buffer mode fixed In this unit, the terminal with asterisk mark (*) is (open) terminal which is not connected to the outside. – 41 –,

IC801 VHiMN6627482W: Servo/Signal Control (MN6627482W) VDD VSS

DVDD1 DSL • PLL VCO SUBCODE DVSS1 TIMING BUFFER DIGITAL /RST GENERATOR VCO DEEMPHSIS /TEST PITCH CONTROL EFM DEMODULATION FE CD-TEXT 8TIMES SYNC INTERPOLATION BUFFER OVER MICRO SAMPLINGTE COMPUTER SUBCODE DEMODULATION DIGITAL FILTER RFENV INTERFACE CIRC ERROR CORRECTION 1 BIT DAC TRCRS SERVO DEINTERLEAVE PWMLOGIC16k VDET CPU SRAM PWM PWM BDO (L) (R) OUTPUT PORT INTER POLATION DIGITAL D/A SOFT MUTING CLV AUDIO /RFDET CONVERTER DIGITAL SERVO INTERFACE + - + -

ATTENUATION OFT

Figure 42 BLOCK DIAGRAM OF IC – 42 –

SERVO TIMING

GENERATOR INPUT PORT A/D CONVERTER SENSE STAT

WVEL

X1 X2

MSEL

LDON CSEL /FLOCK PMCK(PLAY) /TLOCK GIO2(FCLK) FBAL SMCK TBAL BYTCK(TRVSTP)

FOD

TRD VCOF TVD VCOF2 VREF MDATA TRV MCLKMLD

KICK

TOFS PSEL DMUTE RSEL(GIO3)

ARF

BCLK DRF

IREF

SRDATA DSLF PLLF2 LRCK PLLF EFM(CK384) PCK(DSLB) PC AVDD2

ECS

ECM AVSS2

SUBQ

SOCK(GIO0)

SSEL

TX FLAG6(RESY)

DEMPH SUBC

IPFLAG SBCK FLAG GIO1(/CLDCK)

BLKCK CRC CLVS IOSEL OUTL

SRDATAIN(PSEL) BCLKIN(SSEL) LRCKIN(MSEL)

OUTR

AVDD1 AVSS1,

IC802 VHiAN22000A-1: Head Amp. (AN22000A)

Pin No. Terminal Name Function 1 PD APC amp input. 2 LD APC amp output. 3 VCC Power supply. 4 RFN RF amp inverting input. 5 RFOUT RF addition amp output. 6 RFIN AGC amp input. 7 CAGC AGC loop filter connection. 8 ARF AGC output. 9 CEA Capacitor for HPF-amp connection. 10 3TOUT 3T-ENV output. 11 CBDO Capacitor for RF dark-side envelope detection connection. 12 BDO BDO output. 13 COFTR Capacitor for RF bright-side envelope detection connection. 14 OFTR OFTR output. 15 NRFDET NRFDET output. 16 GND Ground 17 VREF VREF output. 18 VDET VDET output. 19 TEBPF VDET input. 20 TEOUT TE amp output. 21 TEN TE amp inverting input. 22 FEN FE amp inverting input. 23 FEOUT FE amp output. 24 GCTL Gain & APC control. 25 FBAL FBAL control. 26 TBAL TBAL control. 27 E Tracking signal input 1. 28 F Tracking signal input 2. 29 D Focus signal input 4. 30 B Focus signal input 2. 31 C Focus signal input 3. 32 A Focus signal input 1. 9 10 15 22 23 21 20 19 18213VCC OFTR 14 COFTR 13 16 GND BD0 12 CBD0 11 25 FBAL ARF 8 26 TBAL CAGC 7 24 GCTL RFIN 6 RFOUT 5 RFN 4 32 31 30 29 27 28 17

Figure 43 BLOCK DIAGRAM OF IC

– 43 – RF_EQ AGC BDO OFTR

CEA

NRFDET 3TENV 3TOUT

NRFDET

A AMP GCA BCA FEN

C

SUBT - + FEOUT B AMP GCA BCA D TEN SUBT - E AMP GCA BCA + TEOUT F AMP GCA BCA TEBPF

VDET VDET

+ VREF - - + LD

PD

, LCD701: RV-LX0007SJZZ LCD Display z1 z4 z2 r z3q12345678910 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 42 PinNo com1 com2 com3 com4 PinNo com1 com2 com3 com4 1 com1 22 h5 j5 l5 k5 2 com2 23 g5 n5 m5 d5 3 com3 24 a5 p5 f5 e5 4 com4 25 RDS b6 c6 ST 5 z1 b1 c1 z2 26 h6 j6 l6 k6 6 h1 j1 l1 k1 27 g6 n6 m6 d6 7 g1 n1 m1 d1 28 a6 p6 f6 e6 8 a1 p1 f1 e1 29 r b7 c7q9REC b2 c2 z3 30 h7 j7 l7 k7 10 h2 j2 l2 k2 31 g7 n7 m7 d7 11 g2 n2 m2 d2 32 a7 p7 f7 e7 12 a2 p2 f2 e2 33 TP b8 c8 13 SLEEP b3 c3 MHz 34 h8 j8 l8 k8 14 h3 j3 l3 k3 35 g8 n8 m8 d8 15 g3 n3 m3 d3 36 a8 p8 f8 e8 16 a3 p3 f3 e3 37 EON PTY TI TA 17 RANDOM b4 c4 kHz 38 SRS(0) 18 h4 j4 l4 k4 39 com4 19 g4 n4 m4 d4 40 com3 20 a4 p4 f4 e4 41 com2 21 MEMORY b5 c5 z4 42 com1 Figure 44 LCD SEGMENT – 44 –,

PARTS GUIDE MICRO COMPONENT SYSTEM MODEL XL-55

XL- 55 Micro Component System consisting of XL- 55 (main unit) and CP- XL55 (speaker system).

MODEL XL-55C

XL- 55C Micro Component System consisting of XL- 55C (main unit) and CP- XL55 (speaker system). “HOW TO ORDER REPLACEMENT PARTS” To have your order filled promptly and correctly, please furnish the For U.S.A. only following information. Contact your nearest SHARP Parts Distributor to order. 1. MODEL NUMBER 2. REF. No. 3. PART NO. 4. DESCRIPTION For location of SHARP Parts Distributor, Please call Toll-Free; 1-800-BE-SHARP MARK: SPARE PARTS-DELIVERY SECTION

Explanation of capacitors/resistors parts codes Capacitors Resistors

VCC ... Ceramic type VRD ... Carbon-film type VCK... Ceramic type VRS... Carbon-film type VCT ... Semiconductor type VRN ... Metal-film type VC • • MF ... Cylindrical type (without lead wire) VR • • MF ... Cylindrical type (without lead wire) VC • • MN ... Cylindrical type (without lead wire) VR • • MN ... Cylindrical type (without lead wire) VC • • TV ... Square type (without lead wire) VR • • TV ... Square type (without lead wire) VC • • TQ ... Square type (without lead wire) VR • • TQ ... Square type (without lead wire) VC • • CY ... Square type (without lead wire) VR • • CY ... Square type (without lead wire) VC • • CZ ... Square type (without lead wire) VR • • CZ ... Square type (without lead wire) VC • • • • • • • • • J .. The 13th character represents capacity difference. VR • • • • • • • • • J .. The 13th character represents error. ("J" ±5%, "K" ±10%, "M" ±20%, "N" ±30%, ("J" ±5%, "F" ±1%, "D" ±0.5%.) "C" ±0.25 pF, "D" ±0.5 pF, "Z" +80-20%.) If there are no indications for other parts, the resistors are ±5% If there are no indications for the electrolytic capacitors, error is ±20%. carbon-film type. CAUTION:FOR CONTINUED PROTECTION AGAINST FIRE HAZARD, REPLACE ONLY WITH SAME TYPE F651 4.0A, 125V/ F652 1.6A, 125V FUSES. ATTENTION:POUR ASSURER UNE LONGUE PROTECTION CONTRE UN INCENDIE, REMPLACER SEULEMENT PAR UN FUSIBLE DE TYPE F651 4.0A, 125V/ F652 1.6A, 125V FUSES.

NOTE: Parts marked with “ ” are important for maintaining the safety of the set. Be sure to replace parts with specified ones for maintaining the safety and performance of the set.

, NO. PART CODE PRICE DESCRIPTIONRANK NO. PARTS CODE

PRICE

RANK DESCRIPTION

INTEGRATED CIRCUITS ZD601 VHEDZ130BSA-1 J AC Zener,13V,DZ130A

ZD602 VHEDZ7R5BSC-1 J AB Zener,7.5V,DZ7.5C IC101 VHIBA3126N/-1 J AF Head Selector,BA3126N ZD701 VHEDZ3R3BSB-1 J AB Zener,3.3V,DZ3.3BSB IC102 VHIBA3311L/-1 J AK REC./P.B.Equalizer Amp., BA3311L FILTERS IC301 VHITA7358AP-1 J AG FM Front End,TA7358AP IC302 VHILC72131/-1 J AP PLL (Tuner),LC72131 BF301 RFILR0008AWZZ J AE Band Pass Filter IC303 VHILA1832S/-1 J AN FM IF Det./FM Mpx./AM IF, CF302,303 RFILF0004SJZZ J AG FM IF,10.7 MHz LA1832S CF351 RFILF0003AWZZ J AK FM IF IC401 VHILC75342M-1 J AN Function/Volume Equalizer, CF352 RFILA0003SJZZ J AF AM IF LC75342M IC461 VHIKIA4558P-1 J AC Ope Amp.,KIA4558P TRANSFORMERS IC601 VHILA4451//-1 J AN Power Amp.,LA4451 IC681 VHIAN78L05/-1 J AE Voltage Regulator,KIA7805P T302 RCILA0007SJZZ J AG AM Tracking IC701 RH-IX0060SJZZ J AX System Control Microcomputer, T304 RCILI0005SJZZ J AF FM IF IX0060SJ T306 RCILB0009SJZZ J AG AM OSC. IC801 VHIMN6627482W J AV Servo/Signal Control, T351 RCILI0004SJZZ J AF AM IF MN6627482W 1 T651 RTRNP0110SJZZ J AY Power Transformer (Main) IC802 VHIAN22000A-1 J AF Head Amp.,AN22000A 1 T681 RTRNP0056SJZZ J AM Power Transformer (Sub) IC804 VHIMM1469XH-1 J AN Focus/Tracking/Spin/Sled Driver, MM1469XH

COILS TRANSISTORS

L151 VP-MK331K0000 J AB 330 µH,Choke L302 RCILR0003SJZZ J AD FM RF Q101~106 VS2HC1815GR-1 J AB Silicon,NPN,2HC1815 GR L303 RCILB0016SJZZ J AD FM OSC. Q151 VS2SC2001-K-1 J AD Silicon,NPN,2SC2001 K L351,352 VP-DH101K0000 J AB 100 µH,Choke Q152 VS2HA1015GR-1 J AB Silicon,PNP,2HA1015 GR L353 VP-DH102K0000 J AB 1 mH,Choke Q153 VSKRC104M//-1 J AC Digital,NPN,KRC104 M L603 VP-DH100K0000 J AB 10 µH,Choke Q171 VSKRA102M//-1 J AC Digital,PNP,KRA102 M L701 VP-DH101K0000 J AB 100 µH,Choke Q172 VSKRC102M//-1 J AC Digital,NPN,KRC102 M L801,802 VP-DHR82K0000 J AE 0.82 µH,Choke Q302 VSSC1674-C/-1 J AC Silicon,NPN,SC1674 C L806 VP-XHR82K0000 J AC 0.82 µH Q306 VSSC1674-C/-1 J AC Silicon,NPN,SC1674 C Q351 VSKRC104M//-1 J AC Digital,NPN,KRC104 M Q360 VS2HA1015GR-1 J AB Silicon,PNP,2HA1015 GR VARIABLE RESISTOR Q461 VS2SK2541//-1 J AC FET,2SK2541 Q463 VSKRC107M//-1 J AC Digital,NPN,KRC107 M VR351 RVR-M0026AWZZ J AC 10 kohm (B),Semi-VR Q601~603 VS2HC1815GR-1 J AB Silicon,NPN,2HC1815 GR Q603A VS2HC1815GR-1 J AB Silicon,NPN,2HC1815 GR VIBRATORS Q604,605 VSKTC2026Y/-1 J AE Silicon,NPN,KTC2026 Y Q605A VSKRC107M//-1 J AC Digital,NPN,KRC107 M X351 RCRM-0007SJZZ J AG VCO,456 kHz Q606 VS2HC1815GR-1 J AB Silicon,NPN,2HC1815 GR X352 RCRSP0006SJZZ J AF Crystal,4.5 MHz Q607 VSKTC2026Y/-1 J AE Silicon,NPN,KTC2026 Y X701 RCRM-0008SJZZ J AG Ceramic,8 MHz Q608 VSKRA102M//-1 J AC Digital,PNP,KRA102 M X702 RCRSP0007SJZZ J AE Crystal,32.768 kHz Q609 VSKRC107M//-1 J AC Digital,NPN,KRC107 M X803 RCRSP0002SJZZ J AL Crystal,16.93 MHz Q609A VSKRA107M//-1 J AE Digital,PNP,KRA107 M Q683 VS2HC1815GR-1 J AB Silicon,NPN,2HC1815 GR Q701 VSKRC102M//-1 J AC Digital,NPN,KRC102 M CAPACITORS Q702,703 VS2HC1815GR-1 J AB Silicon,NPN,2HC1815 GR Q706 VSKRC102M//-1 J AC Digital,NPN,KRC102 M C101,102 VCKYCY1HB102K J AA 0.001 µF,50V Q707 VS2HA1015GR-1 J AB Silicon,PNP,2HA1015 GR C103,104 VCKYCY1HB331K J AA 330 pF,50V Q801 VS2HA1015GR-1 J AB Silicon,PNP,2HA1015 GR C105,106 VCKYCY1HB271K J AA 270 pF,50V Q804 VSHSB562-C/-1 J AC Silicon,PNP,HSB562 C C107,108 RC-GZA476AF1C J AB 47 µF,16V,Electrolytic Q901 VSKRC102M//-1 J AC Digital,NPN,KRC102 M C109,110 VCQYKA1HM153J J AB 0.015 µF,50V,Mylar Q902 VSHSB562-C/-1 J AC Silicon,PNP,HSB562 C C111,112 RC-GZA106AF1C J AB 10 µF,16V,Electrolytic Q903 VSKRC107M//-1 J AC Digital,NPN,KRC107 M C113,114 RC-GZA475AF1E J AB 4.7 µF,25V,Electrolytic Q904 VSKRC102M//-1 J AC Digital,NPN,KRC102 M C115,116 VCKYCY1HB222K J AA 0.0022 µF,50V Q905 VSHSB562-C/-1 J AC Silicon,PNP,HSB562 C C117 RC-GZA106AF1C J AB 10 µF,16V,Electrolytic Q906 VSKRA102M//-1 J AC Digital,PNP,KRA102 M C121,122 VCCSCY1HL820J J AA 82 pF,50V C123 RC-GZA225AF1H J AB 2.2 µF,50V,Electrolytic

DIODES C125 RC-GZA107AF1E J AB 100 µF,25V,ElectrolyticC126 RC-GZA226AF1C J AB 22 µF,16V,Electrolytic

C129,130 RC-GZA475AF1E J AB 4.7 µF,25V,Electrolytic D104 VHD1N4148//-1 J AA Silicon,1N4148 C131 VCKYBT1HB821K J AA 820 pF,50V D301,302 VHD1N4148//-1 J AA Silicon,1N4148 C153 VCQPKA2AA392J J AB 0.0039 µF,100V,Polypropylene D305~308 VHD1N4148//-1 J AA Silicon,1N4148 C154 VCQYKA1HM273J J AB 0.027 µF,50V,Mylar D401~403 VHD1N4004//-1 J AB Silicon,1N4004 C155 RC-GZA107AF1C J AB 100 µF,16V,Electrolytic D461 VHD1N4148//-1 J AA Silicon,1N4148 C301~303 VCKYCY1HB102K J AA 0.001 µF,50V D601~604 VHD1N4148//-1 J AA Silicon,1N4148 C304 VCKYCY1EB103K J AA 0.01 µF,25V D611~614 VHD1N4004//-1 J AB Silicon,1N4004 C305 VCKYCY1HB472K J AA 0.0047 µF,50V D615 VHD1N4148//-1 J AA Silicon,1N4148 C306 VCCUCY1HJ9R0D J AB 9 pF (UJ),50V D651~654 VHD1N5402M/-1 J AE Silicon,1N5402M C307 VCKYCY1HB472K J AA 0.0047 µF,50V D656~659 VHD1N4004//-1 J AB Silicon,1N4004 C308 VCKYCY1EF223Z J AB 0.022 µF,25V D681~685 VHD1N4004//-1 J AB Silicon,1N4004 C309 VCKYCY1HB102K J AA 0.001 µF,50V D688,689 VHD1N4004//-1 J AB Silicon,1N4004 C311 VCCCPA1HH100J J AA 10 pF (CH),50V D701~709 VHPMPG3372X-V J AD LED,Green,MPG3372X C312 VCCSCY1HL330J J AD 33 pF,50V D718 VHD1N4004//-1 J AB Silicon,1N4004 C313 VCCUCY1HJ6R0D J AB 6 pF (UJ),50V D720~723 VHD1N4148//-1 J AA Silicon,1N4148 C314 VCCCCY1HH220J J AA 22 pF (CH),50V D901~904 VHD1N4148//-1 J AA Silicon,1N4148 C315 VCKYCY1HB101K J AB 100 pF,50V VD301 VHCSVC348S/-1 J AK Variable Capacitance,SVC348S C316 RC-GZA106AF1C J AB 10 µF,16V,Electrolytic VD302,303 VHCKDV147B/-1 J AH Variable Capacitance,KDV147B C317 VCKYCY1EF223Z J AB 0.022 µF,25V ZD351 VHEDZ5R1BSB-1 J AC Zener,5.1V,DZ5.1BSB C318 VCCSCY1HL5R0C J AD 5 pF,50V – 1 –, NO. PART CODE PRICERANK DESCRIPTION NO. PARTS CODE

PRICE

RANK DESCRIPTION C319 VCCCCY1HH180J J AA 18 pF (CH),50V C625 RC-GZA106AF1C J AB 10 µF,16V,Electrolytic C320 VCKYCY1HB102K J AA 0.001 µF,50V C626 RC-GZA476AF1C J AB 47 µF,16V,Electrolytic C321 VCKYCY1HB332K J AA 0.0033 µF,50V C627 VCKYCY1EF223Z J AB 0.022 µF,25V C323 VCKYCY1EF223Z J AB 0.022 µF,25V C629 RC-GZV227AF1H J AC 220 µF,50V,Electrolytic C329 VCKYCY1EF223Z J AB 0.022 µF,25V C630 RC-GZW338AF1H J AF 3300 µF,50V,Electrolytic C330 VCCCPA1HH120J J AA 12 pF (CH),50V C643,644 RC-QZA224AFYJ J AB 0.22 µF,50V,Mylar C331 VCKYCY1EF473Z J AB 0.047 µF,25V C647 VCKYBT1HB331K J AA 330 pF,50V C332 VCKYPA1EF223Z J AA 0.022 µF,25V C648 VCKYPA1HB122K J AA 0.0012 µF,50V C334 VCCUPA1HJ270J J AA 27 pF (UJ),50V C651 VCFYFA1HA104J J AC 0.1 µF,50V,Thin Film C335 VCKYCY1HB561K J AA 560 pF,50V C652 RC-GZA336AF1C J AB 33 µF,16V,Electrolytic C337 VCKYPA1EF223Z J AA 0.022 µF,25V C654 VCFYFA1HA104J J AC 0.1 µF,50V,Thin Film C340 VCKYCY1HB102K J AA 0.001 µF,50V C656~659 VCFYFA1HA104J J AC 0.1 µF,50V,Thin Film C343,344 VCCSCY1HL330J J AD 33 pF,50V C660 VCKYPA1HB102K J AA 0.001 µF,50V C349 VCKYCY1HB102K J AA 0.001 µF,50V C663 VCKYPA1HB821K J AA 820 pF,50V C350,351 VCKYCY1EF223Z J AB 0.022 µF,25V C665 VCFYFA1HA473J J AB 0.047 µF,50V,Thin Film C352 RC-GZA106AF1C J AB 10 µF,16V,Electrolytic C670 RC-GZA107AF1E J AB 100 µF,25V,Electrolytic C353,354 VCKYCY1EF223Z J AB 0.022 µF,25V C681 VCFYFA1HA473J J AB 0.047 µF,50V,Thin Film C355 VCCCCY1HH220J J AA 22 pF (CH),50V C683 RC-GZV228AF1C J AG 2200 µF,16V,Electrolytic C356 VCKYCY1HB102K J AA 0.001 µF,50V C684 VCFYFA1HA473J J AB 0.047 µF,50V,Thin Film C357 RC-GZA225AF1H J AB 2.2 µF,50V,Electrolytic C688 VCFYFA1HA473J J AB 0.047 µF,50V,Thin Film C358 RC-GZA105AF1H J AB 1 µF,50V,Electrolytic C689 RC-GZA474AF1H J AA 0.47 µF,50V,Electrolytic C360,361 VCKYCY1EF223Z J AB 0.022 µF,25V C695,696 VCKYPA1HB102K J AA 0.001 µF,50V C362 RC-GZA335AF1H J AB 3.3 µF,50V,Electrolytic C701,702 VCCCCY1HH220J J AA 22 pF (CH),50V C363 VCKYCY1EF223Z J AB 0.022 µF,25V C703,704 VCKYCY1EF223Z J AB 0.022 µF,25V C364 RC-GZA475AF1E J AB 4.7 µF,25V,Electrolytic C705,706 VCKYCY1HB102K J AA 0.001 µF,50V C365 VCKYCY1EF223Z J AB 0.022 µF,25V C710 VCKYCY1EB103K J AA 0.01 µF,25V C366 VCKYCY1HB102K J AA 0.001 µF,50V C711 RC-GZA335AF1H J AB 3.3 µF,50V,Electrolytic C367,368 RC-GZA105AF1H J AB 1 µF,50V,Electrolytic C712 VCKYCY1EB103K J AA 0.01 µF,25V C369 VCCSCY1HL560J J AD 56 pF,50V C713 RC-GZA106AF1C J AB 10 µF,16V,Electrolytic C370~372 RC-GZA105AF1H J AB 1 µF,50V,Electrolytic C714 VCKYCY1HB561K J AA 560 pF,50V C373,374 VCTYPA1CX223K J AA 0.022 µF,16V C715 RC-GZA107AF1A J AB 100 µF,10V,Electrolytic C376 VCKYCY1HB102K J AA 0.001 µF,50V C801 RC-GZA477AF1A J AC 470 µF,10V,Electrolytic C378 VCKYPA1HB331K J AA 330 pF,50V C802 RC-GZA476AF1A J AB 47 µF,10V,Electrolytic C380 RC-GZA106AF1C J AB 10 µF,16V,Electrolytic C803 VCKYCY1EF104Z J AA 0.1 µF,25V C381 VCCCCY1HH120J J AA 12 pF (CH),50V C804 RC-GZA476AF1A J AB 47 µF,10V,Electrolytic C382 VCCCCY1HH150J J AA 15 pF (CH),50V C805 RC-GZA226AF1A J AB 22 µF,10V,Electrolytic C383 VCKYCY1EF223Z J AB 0.022 µF,25V C806 VCFYFA1HA104J J AC 0.1 µF,50V,Thin Film C384 VCKYCY1HB102K J AA 0.001 µF,50V C807 VCKYPA1HF334Z J AC 0.33 µF,50V C385 VCKYPA1HF103Z J AB 0.01 µF,50V C808 VCFYFA1HA104J J AC 0.1 µF,50V,Thin Film C386 VCKYPA1HB331K J AA 330 pF,50V C809,810 VCCSPA1HL820J J AA 82 pF,50V C387 VCKYCY1EF223Z J AB 0.022 µF,25V C811 VCKYCY1HB101K J AB 100 pF,50V C391 RC-GZA476AF1C J AB 47 µF,16V,Electrolytic C812,813 VCKYPA1HF273Z J AA 0.027 µF,50V C392 VCKYCY1HB102K J AA 0.001 µF,50V C814 VCKYPA1HB331K J AA 330 pF,50V C393 RC-GZA105AF1H J AB 1 µF,50V,Electrolytic C815 VCKYCY1HB562K J AA 0.0056 µF,50V C394 RC-GZA476AF1C J AB 47 µF,16V,Electrolytic C816 RC-GZA476AF1C J AB 47 µF,16V,Electrolytic C395 VCKYCY1EF223Z J AB 0.022 µF,25V C817 VCKYCY1EF103Z J AA 0.01 µF,25V C396 RC-GZA107AF1A J AB 100 µF,10V,Electrolytic C818 VCKYCY1HB181K J AB 180 pF,50V C397 VCKYCY1EF223Z J AB 0.022 µF,25V C819 VCKYCY1HB562K J AA 0.0056 µF,50V C398 RC-GZA107AF1A J AB 100 µF,10V,Electrolytic C820 VCKYPA1HF223Z J AB 0.022 µF,50V C399 VCKYPA1HF223Z J AB 0.022 µF,50V C821 VCKYCY1EF104Z J AA 0.1 µF,25V C401~408 RC-GZA106AF1C J AB 10 µF,16V,Electrolytic C823 VCKYPA1HB222K J AA 0.0022 µF,50V C411,412 VCKYCY1HB331K J AA 330 pF,50V C824 RC-GZA476AF1C J AB 47 µF,16V,Electrolytic C413 VCKYCY1HB102K J AA 0.001 µF,50V C825 VCFYFA1HA104J J AC 0.1 µF,50V,Thin Film C414 RC-GZA474AF1H J AA 0.47 µF,50V,Electrolytic C827 VCFYFA1HA104J J AC 0.1 µF,50V,Thin Film C415,416 RC-GZA106AF1C J AB 10 µF,16V,Electrolytic C828 VCKYPA1HB561K J AA 560 pF,50V C417,418 RC-GZA225AF1H J AB 2.2 µF,50V,Electrolytic C829 VCKYCY1EF123Z J AA 0.012 µF,25V C419,420 VCKYCY1HB272K J AA 0.0027 µF,50V C830 VCKYCY1EF104Z J AA 0.1 µF,25V C421~424 RC-QZA104AFYJ J AC 0.1 µF,50V,Mylar C831 VCKYCY1HB102K J AA 0.001 µF,50V C425,426 RC-GZA106AF1C J AB 10 µF,16V,Electrolytic C832 VCKYPA1HF684Z J AC 0.68 µF,50V C429 RC-GZA336AF1C J AB 33 µF,16V,Electrolytic C833 VCKYPA1HF334Z J AC 0.33 µF,50V C430 RC-GZA107AF1C J AB 100 µF,16V,Electrolytic C834 VCKYCY1EF104Z J AA 0.1 µF,25V C461,462 VCKYCY1HB562K J AA 0.0056 µF,50V C835 RC-GZA107AF1A J AB 100 µF,10V,Electrolytic C463,464 RC-GZA105AF1H J AB 1 µF,50V,Electrolytic C836 VCKYPA1HF334Z J AC 0.33 µF,50V C468 RC-GZA107AF1C J AB 100 µF,16V,Electrolytic C837 VCKYCY1EF104Z J AA 0.1 µF,25V C469 RC-GZA476AF1C J AB 47 µF,16V,Electrolytic C838 VCCCCY1HH150J J AA 15 pF (CH),50V C471,472 VCKYCY1HB332K J AA 0.0033 µF,50V C841 VCKYCY1EF104Z J AA 0.1 µF,25V C473,474 RC-GZA475AF1H J AB 4.7 µF,50V,Electrolytic C842 VCCCCY1HH150J J AA 15 pF (CH),50V C475,476 RC-GZA105AF1H J AB 1 µF,50V,Electrolytic C843 VCKYCY1EF104Z J AA 0.1 µF,25V C601 RC-GZA336AF1C J AB 33 µF,16V,Electrolytic C844 VCKYCY1HB272K J AA 0.0027 µF,50V C602 RC-GZA105AF1H J AB 1 µF,50V,Electrolytic C845 VCKYCY1HB102K J AA 0.001 µF,50V C603,604 VCKYPA1HB101K J AA 100 pF,50V C846 RC-GZA477AF0J J AB 470 µF,6.3V,Electrolytic C605,606 RC-GZA475AF1E J AB 4.7 µF,25V,Electrolytic C847 VCKYCY1HB272K J AA 0.0027 µF,50V C607,608 RC-GZA227AF1E J AB 220 µF,25V,Electrolytic C848 VCKYCY1HB102K J AA 0.001 µF,50V C609,610 RC-GZA476AF1H J AB 47 µF,50V,Electrolytic C849,850 RC-GZA106AF1H J AB 10 µF,50V,Electrolytic C611,612 RC-QZA224AFYJ J AB 0.22 µF,50V,Mylar C851 VCCCCY1HH121J J AA 120 pF (CH),50V C613,614 RC-GZW228AF1V J AF 2200 µF,35V,Electrolytic C857,858 VCKYCY1EF104Z J AA 0.1 µF,25V C615 VCKYPA1HF223Z J AB 0.022 µF,50V C859 VCKYPA1HF103Z J AB 0.01 µF,50V C616 RC-GZW478AF1E J AG 4700 µF,25V,Electrolytic C864 RC-GZA107AF1A J AB 100 µF,10V,Electrolytic C620 RC-GZV477AF1E J AC 470 µF,25V,Electrolytic C865 VCQYKA1HM222J J AB 0.0022 µF,50V,Mylar C621 RC-GZA107AF1E J AB 100 µF,25V,Electrolytic C867 VCCCCY1HH100J J AA 10 pF (CH),50V C622 VCKYPA1HF223Z J AB 0.022 µF,50V C901 VCKYCY1HB102K J AA 0.001 µF,50V C624 VCKYPA1HF223Z J AB 0.022 µF,50V C902 RC-GZA335AF1H J AB 3.3 µF,50V,Electrolytic – 2 –, NO. PART CODE PRICE DESCRIPTIONRANK NO. PARTS CODE

PRICE

RANK DESCRIPTION C903 RC-GZA107AF1E J AB 100 µF,25V,Electrolytic R377 VRD-ST2CD562J J AA 5.6 kohms,1/6W C904,905 VCKYCY1HF223Z J AA 0.022 µF,50V R379 VRS-CY1JB222J J AA 2.2 kohms,1/16W R380 VRD-ST2CD152J J AA 1.5 kohms,1/6W

RESISTORS R381 VRS-CY1JB103J J AA 10 kohm,1/16W

R382 VRD-ST2EE331J J AA 330 ohms,1/4W J920 VRS-CY1JB121J J AA 120 ohms,1/16W R383 VRS-CY1JB562J J AA 5.6 kohms,1/16W J923 VRS-CY1JB121J J AA 120 ohms,1/16W R384 VRD-ST2CD682J J AA 6.8 kohms,1/6W R7A0,1 VRS-CY1JB102J J AA 1 kohm,1/16W R385 VRD-ST2CD562J J AA 5.6 kohms,1/6W R7A2 VRS-CY1JB104J J AA 100 kohm,1/16W R386 VRD-ST2EE331J J AA 330 ohms,1/4W R7A3 VRD-ST2EE101J J AA 100 ohm,1/4W R387 VRD-ST2CD562J J AA 5.6 kohms,1/6W R7A4 VRS-CY1JB121J J AA 120 ohms,1/16W R391,392 VRD-ST2EE391J J AA 390 ohms,1/4W R7A5 VRS-CY1JB103J J AA 10 kohm,1/16W R393 VRS-CY1JB102J J AA 1 kohm,1/16W R7A6 VRD-ST2CD102J J AA 1 kohm,1/6W R395 VRD-ST2CD473J J AA 47 kohms,1/6W R7A7 VRS-CY1JB102J J AA 1 kohm,1/16W R405,406 VRS-CY1JB273J J AA 27 kohms,1/16W R7A8 VRS-CY1JB820J J AA 82 ohms,1/16W R407,408 VRS-CY1JB152J J AA 1.5 kohms,1/16W R7A9 VRD-ST2CD332J J AA 3.3 kohms,1/6W R410,411 VRS-CY1JB102J J AA 1 kohm,1/16W R7B0 VRS-CY1JB103J J AA 10 kohm,1/16W R412,413 VRS-CY1JB273J J AA 27 kohms,1/16W R7D1~6 VRS-CY1JB820J J AA 82 ohms,1/16W R415~425 VRS-CY1JB102J J AA 1 kohm,1/16W R7D8,9 VRS-CY1JB820J J AA 82 ohms,1/16W R437,438 VRS-CY1JB682J J AA 6.8 kohms,1/16W R7E1 VRS-CY1JB820J J AA 82 ohms,1/16W R439,440 VRS-CY1JB392J J AA 3.9 kohms,1/16W R101,102 VRD-ST2CD102J J AA 1 kohm,1/6W R461 VRD-ST2CD822J J AA 8.2 kohms,1/6W R103,104 VRS-CY1JB121J J AA 120 ohms,1/16W R462 VRS-CY1JB822J J AA 8.2 kohms,1/16W R105 VRS-CY1JB154J J AA 150 kohms,1/16W R463,464 VRS-CY1JB104J J AA 100 kohm,1/16W R106 VRD-ST2CD154J J AA 150 kohms,1/6W R465,466 VRS-CY1JB103J J AA 10 kohm,1/16W R107 VRD-ST2CD103J J AA 10 kohm,1/6W R467 VRD-ST2CD473J J AA 47 kohms,1/6W R108 VRS-CY1JB103J J AA 10 kohm,1/16W R468 VRD-ST2EE331J J AA 330 ohms,1/4W R109,110 VRS-CY1JB392J J AA 3.9 kohms,1/16W R469 VRS-CY1JB103J J AA 10 kohm,1/16W R111,112 VRD-ST2CD222J J AA 2.2 kohms,1/6W R470 VRD-ST2CD103J J AA 10 kohm,1/6W R113,114 VRS-CY1JB332J J AA 3.3 kohms,1/16W R471 VRS-CY1JB272J J AA 2.7 kohms,1/16W R115,116 VRS-CY1JB153J J AA 15 kohms,1/16W R472 VRD-ST2CD272J J AA 2.7 kohms,1/6W R117,118 VRS-CY1JB223J J AA 22 kohms,1/16W R473~476 VRS-CY1JB123J J AA 12 kohms,1/16W R119,120 VRS-CY1JB101J J AA 100 ohm,1/16W R477 VRD-ST2CD123J J AA 12 kohms,1/6W R121~124 VRS-CY1JB472J J AA 4.7 kohms,1/16W R478 VRS-CY1JB123J J AA 12 kohms,1/16W R125 VRS-CY1JB104J J AA 100 kohm,1/16W R601,602 VRD-ST2CD102J J AA 1 kohm,1/6W R126 VRS-CY1JB562J J AA 5.6 kohms,1/16W R603,604 VRD-ST2CD103J J AA 10 kohm,1/6W R131 VRD-ST2CD472J J AA 4.7 kohms,1/6W R605,606 VRD-ST2CD820J J AA 82 ohms,1/6W R132 VRS-CY1JB472J J AA 4.7 kohms,1/16W R607 VRD-ST2CD682J J AA 6.8 kohms,1/6W R133 VRS-CY1JB102J J AA 1 kohm,1/16W R608 VRD-ST2CD102J J AA 1 kohm,1/6W R134 VRS-CY1JB104J J AA 100 kohm,1/16W R609,610 VRD-ST2EE3R3J J AA 3.3 ohms,1/4W R138 VRD-ST2EE331J J AA 330 ohms,1/4W R613,614 VRD-RT2HD271J J AA 270 ohms,1/2W R139 VRD-ST2CD272J J AA 2.7 kohms,1/6W R615,616 VRD-ST2CD472J J AA 4.7 kohms,1/6W R140 VRS-CY1JB103J J AA 10 kohm,1/16W R617 VRS-CY1JB333J J AA 33 kohms,1/16W R141 VRD-ST2CD331J J AA 330 ohms,1/6W R617A VRD-ST2CD684J J AA 680 kohms,1/6W R151 VRS-CY1JB473J J AA 47 kohms,1/16W R618 VRD-ST2CD684J J AA 680 kohms,1/6W R152 VRS-CY1JB104J J AA 100 kohm,1/16W R619,620 VRD-ST2EE470J J AA 47 ohms,1/4W R153,154 VRS-CY1JB103J J AA 10 kohm,1/16W R621 VRS-CY1JB223J J AA 22 kohms,1/16W R155 VRD-ST2EE560J J AA 56 ohms,1/4W R623 VRS-CY1JB223J J AA 22 kohms,1/16W R156,157 VRD-ST2EE151J J AA 150 ohms,1/4W R624 VRD-ST2EE102J J AA 1 kohm,1/4W R301 VRD-ST2EE220J J AA 22 ohms,1/4W R625 VRS-CY1JB103J J AA 10 kohm,1/16W R302 VRS-CY1JB104J J AA 100 kohm,1/16W R627 VRS-CY1JB103J J AA 10 kohm,1/16W R303 VRD-ST2CD333J J AA 33 kohms,1/6W R628 VRD-ST2EE101J J AA 100 ohm,1/4W R304 VRS-CY1JB473J J AA 47 kohms,1/16W R629 VRD-ST2EE102J J AA 1 kohm,1/4W R305 VRS-CY1JB681J J AA 680 ohms,1/16W R634 VRD-ST2EE332J J AA 3.3 kohms,1/4W R306 VRS-CY1JB330J J AA 33 ohms,1/16W R661,662 VRD-ST2EE331J J AA 330 ohms,1/4W R307 VRD-ST2EE470J J AA 47 ohms,1/4W R685 VRD-ST2CD103J J AA 10 kohm,1/6W R308 VRS-CY1JB103J J AA 10 kohm,1/16W R686 VRD-ST2CD473J J AA 47 kohms,1/6W R309 VRD-ST2EE471J J AA 470 ohms,1/4W R702 VRS-CY1JB103J J AA 10 kohm,1/16W R310 VRS-CY1JB472J J AA 4.7 kohms,1/16W R705 VRD-ST2CD392J J AA 3.9 kohms,1/6W R312 VRS-CY1JB222J J AA 2.2 kohms,1/16W R706 VRD-ST2CD472J J AA 4.7 kohms,1/6W R313 VRS-CY1JB681J J AA 680 ohms,1/16W R707 VRD-ST2CD122J J AA 1.2 kohms,1/6W R314,315 VRS-CY1JB330J J AA 33 ohms,1/16W R708 VRD-ST2CD103J J AA 10 kohm,1/6W R316 VRS-CY1JB331J J AA 330 ohms,1/16W R709 VRD-ST2CD562J J AA 5.6 kohms,1/6W R323 VRS-CY1JB683J J AA 68 kohms,1/16W R710 VRD-ST2CD392J J AA 3.9 kohms,1/6W R336 VRD-ST2CD103J J AA 10 kohm,1/6W R721,722 VRS-CY1JB103J J AA 10 kohm,1/16W R350 VRS-CY1JB272J J AA 2.7 kohms,1/16W R723 VRD-ST2CD473J J AA 47 kohms,1/6W R351 VRS-CY1JB562J J AA 5.6 kohms,1/16W R724 VRS-CY1JB123J J AA 12 kohms,1/16W R352 VRS-CY1JB102J J AA 1 kohm,1/16W R725 VRS-CY1JB103J J AA 10 kohm,1/16W R353 VRS-CY1JB271J J AA 270 ohms,1/16W R727 VRS-CY1JB473J J AA 47 kohms,1/16W R355 VRS-CY1JB332J J AA 3.3 kohms,1/16W R728 VRD-ST2CD102J J AA 1 kohm,1/6W R356 VRS-CY1JB102J J AA 1 kohm,1/16W R729 VRS-CY1JB473J J AA 47 kohms,1/16W R357 VRS-CY1JB474J J AA 470 kohms,1/16W R731~734 VRS-CY1JB102J J AA 1 kohm,1/16W R358 VRS-CY1JB822J J AA 8.2 kohms,1/16W R737,738 VRS-CY1JB102J J AA 1 kohm,1/16W R359 VRS-CY1JB182J J AA 1.8 kohms,1/16W R739~741 VRD-ST2CD102J J AA 1 kohm,1/6W R360 VRS-CY1JB472J J AA 4.7 kohms,1/16W R742,743 VRS-CY1JB102J J AA 1 kohm,1/16W R361,362 VRS-CY1JB123J J AA 12 kohms,1/16W R744,745 VRD-ST2CD102J J AA 1 kohm,1/6W R363 VRD-ST2CD332J J AA 3.3 kohms,1/6W R746 VRS-CY1JB102J J AA 1 kohm,1/16W R364 VRS-CY1JB332J J AA 3.3 kohms,1/16W R747~750 VRD-ST2CD102J J AA 1 kohm,1/6W R365 VRS-CY1JB103J J AA 10 kohm,1/16W R751 VRS-CY1JB102J J AA 1 kohm,1/16W R366 VRS-CY1JB222J J AA 2.2 kohms,1/16W R753~756 VRD-ST2CD102J J AA 1 kohm,1/6W R371~374 VRS-CY1JB102J J AA 1 kohm,1/16W R757,758 VRS-CY1JB102J J AA 1 kohm,1/16W R376 VRD-ST2CD103J J AA 10 kohm,1/6W R759 VRD-ST2CD102J J AA 1 kohm,1/6W R762~768 VRS-CY1JB102J J AA 1 kohm,1/16W – 3 –,

NO. PART CODE PRICERANK DESCRIPTION NO. PARTS CODE PRICE

RANK DESCRIPTION R774~777 VRS-CY1JB102J J AA 1 kohm,1/16W CNP301 QCNCM042CSJZZ J AB Plug,3Pin R778~780 VRS-CY1JB473J J AA 47 kohms,1/16W CNP604 QCNCM010NAWZZ J AC Plug,13Pin R781 VRD-ST2CD473J J AA 47 kohms,1/6W CNP605 QCNCM999FAFZZ J AE Plug,6Pin R782,783 VRS-CY1JB333J J AA 33 kohms,1/16W CNP651 QCNCM998BAFZZ J AC Plug,2Pin R784 VRD-ST2CD473J J AA 47 kohms,1/6W CNP652 QCNCM062BSJZZ J AB Plug,2Pin R785 VRS-CY1JB102J J AA 1 kohm,1/16W CNP653 QCNCM998BAFZZ J AC Plug,2Pin R791,792 VRS-CY1JB473J J AA 47 kohms,1/16W CNP680 QCNCM999BAFZZ J AD Plug,2Pin R793 VRS-CY1JB222J J AA 2.2 kohms,1/16W CNP702 QCNCM071KSJZZ J AC Plug,10Pin R794 VRS-CY1JB102J J AA 1 kohm,1/16W CNP703 QCNCM010LAWZZ J AC Plug,11Pin R801 VRD-ST2CD102J J AA 1 kohm,1/6W CNP704 QCNCM068JSJZZ J Plug,9Pin R802 VRD-ST2CD224J J AA 220 kohms,1/6W CNP707 QCNCM052CSJZZ J Plug,3Pin R803 VRS-CY1JB100J J AA 10 ohm,1/16W CNP803 QCNCM932FAFZZ J AC Plug,6Pin R804 VRD-ST2CD330J J AA 33 ohms,1/6W CNS604 QCNCW010NAWZZ J AC Socket,13Pin R805 VRS-CY1JB101J J AA 100 ohm,1/16W CNS703 QCNCW010LAWZZ J AD Socket,11Pin R806 VRD-ST2EE4R7J J AA 4.7 ohms,1/4W CNW101 QCNWN0521SJZZ J AF Connector Ass’y,8Pin R807 VRD-ST2CD393J J AA 39 kohms,1/6W CNW651/CNS651 QCNWN0177SJZZ J AC Connector Ass’y,2/2Pin R808 VRS-CY1JB222J J AA 2.2 kohms,1/16W CNW652/CNS652 QCNWN0511SJZZ J AC Connector Ass’y,2/2Pin R809 VRS-CY1JB102J J AA 1 kohm,1/16W CNW653 QCNWN0148SJZZ J AD Connector Ass’y,2Pin R810 VRD-ST2CD752J J AA 7.5 kohms,1/6W CNW654 QCNWN0147SJZZ J AC Lead Wire with Lug R811 VRS-CY1JB392J J AA 3.9 kohms,1/16W CNW680/CNS680 QCNWN0556SJZZ J Connector Ass’y,2/2Pin R812 VRS-CY1JB222J J AA 2.2 kohms,1/16W CNW702/CNS702 QCNWN0526SJZZ J AE Connector Ass’y,10/10Pin R813 VRS-CY1JB392J J AA 3.9 kohms,1/16W CNW707/CNS707 QCNWN0125SJZZ J AE Connector Ass’y,3/3Pin R814 VRD-ST2CD222J J AA 2.2 kohms,1/6W CNW801/CNS801 QCNWN0499SJZZ J AE Connector Ass’y,9/8Pin R815 VRD-ST2CD911J J AA 910 ohms,1/6W CNW802/CNS802 QCNWN0501SJZZ J AD Connector Ass’y,8/7Pin R816 VRD-ST2CD274J J AA 270 kohms,1/6W CNW803/CNS803 QCNWN0500SJZZ J AD Connector Ass’y,7/6Pin R817 VRD-ST2CD224J J AA 220 kohms,1/6W CNW805/CNS605 QCNWN0539SJZZ J Connector Ass’y,7/6Pin R820 VRD-ST2CD623J J AA 62 kohms,1/6W CNW808A/B QCNWN0520SJZZ J Connector Ass’y,4/4Pin R822 VRD-ST2CD105J J AA 1 Mohm,1/6W CNW901/CNS901 QCNWN0513SJZZ J AE Connector Ass’y,7/7Pin R823 VRD-ST2CD182J J AA 1.8 kohms,1/6W 1 F651 QFS-D402BSJNI J AB Fuse,4.0A/125V R824 VRD-ST2CD123J J AA 12 kohms,1/6W 1 F652 QFS-D162BSJNI J AE Fuse,1.6A/125V R825 VRD-ST2CD562J J AA 5.6 kohms,1/6W J601 QJAKM0001SJZZ J AG Jack,Headphones R826,827 VRD-ST2CD183J J AA 18 kohms,1/6W J801 VHPIF11381+-1 J AM Jack,Digital Out R828 VRD-ST2CD152J J AA 1.5 kohms,1/6W LCD701 RV-LX0007SJZZ J AR LCD Display R829 VRD-ST2CD472J J AA 4.7 kohms,1/6W M901(217- 9) 9GD192112347 J Motor with Pulley [Tape] R832 VRS-CY1JB394J J AA 390 kohms,1/16W NM801 RMOTV0409AFM1 J AN Motor with Gear [Sled] R833 VRS-CY1JB104J J AA 100 kohm,1/16W NM802 RMOTV0408AFM3 J AN Motor with Chassis [Spindle] R836 VRD-ST2CD154J J AA 150 kohms,1/6W 1 RLY681 RRLYD0004SJZZ J AG Relay R839 VRD-ST2EE101J J AA 100 ohm,1/4W RX701 VHLGP1U281X-1 J AH Remote Sensor,GP1U281X R844~846 VRS-CY1JB473J J AA 47 kohms,1/16W SO401 QSOCJ0301SJZZ J AG Socket,Video/AUX Input/Sub R849 VRD-ST2CD102J J AA 1 kohm,1/6W Woofer Out R850 VRD-ST2CD823J J AA 82 kohms,1/6W SO601 QTANA0008SJZZ J AE Terminal,Speakers R851 VRD-ST2CD105J J AA 1 Mohm,1/6W 1 SO651 QSOCA0214AWZZ J AD Socket,AC Input R852,853 VRD-ST2CD392J J AA 3.9 kohms,1/6W SOL901(217- 4)9GD19212118 J AP Solenoid Ass’y R854,855 VRS-CY1JB561J J AA 560 ohms,1/16W SW700 QSW-Z0003SJZZ J AG Switch,Rotary Type [VOLUME] R856 VRD-ST2CD473J J AA 47 kohms,1/6W SW701 QSW-K0005SJZZ J AD Switch,Key Type R857 VRD-ST2CD224J J AA 220 kohms,1/6W [POWER ON/STAND-BY] R858 VRD-ST2CD104J J AA 100 kohm,1/6W SW702 QSW-K0005SJZZ J AD Switch,Key Type [FUNCTION] R862 VRD-ST2CD124J J AA 120 kohms,1/6W SW703 QSW-K0005SJZZ J AD Switch,Key Type R864 VRD-ST2CD271J J AA 270 ohms,1/6W [STOP/CLEAR,TUNING R866 VRD-ST2CD272J J AA 2.7 kohms,1/6W DOWN] R869 VRD-ST2EE1R5J J AA 1.5 ohms,1/4W SW704 QSW-K0005SJZZ J AD Switch,Key Type R874 VRD-ST2CD272J J AA 2.7 kohms,1/6W [PLAY/CD PAUSE,TUNING R883 VRS-CY1JB561J J AA 560 ohms,1/16W UP] R884 VRS-CY1JB681J J AA 680 ohms,1/16W SW705 QSW-K0005SJZZ J AD Switch,Key Type R885 VRS-CY1JB561J J AA 560 ohms,1/16W [BASS/TREBLE] R886 VRS-CY1JB681J J AA 680 ohms,1/16W SW706 QSW-K0005SJZZ J AD Switch,Key Type R887 VRD-ST2EE101J J AA 100 ohm,1/4W [MEMORY/SET] R889A,B VRD-ST2CD102J J AA 1 kohm,1/6W SW707 QSW-K0005SJZZ J AD Switch,Key Type [REC/PAUSE] R890 VRS-CY1JB475J J AA 4.5 Mohms,1/16W SW708 QSW-K0005SJZZ J AD Switch,Key Type R892 VRD-ST2CD123J J AA 12 kohms,1/6W [REW/PRESET DOWN] R893 VRS-CY1JB752J J AA 7.5 kohms,1/16W SW709 QSW-K0005SJZZ J AD Switch,Key Type R895~899 VRD-ST2CD102J J AA 1 kohm,1/6W [FF/PRESET UP] R901 VRD-ST2CD152J J AA 1.5 kohms,1/6W SW800 QSW-F9001AWZZ J AE Switch,Push Type [PICKUP IN] R902 VRD-ST2CD563J J AA 56 kohms,1/6W SW801 QSW-P0004AWZZ J AE Switch,Push Type R903 VRS-CY1JB473J J AA 47 kohms,1/16W [CD LID OPEN/CLOSE] R904 VRS-CY1JB271J J AA 270 ohms,1/16W SW901(217- 7) 9GD640101210 J AE Switch,Leaf Type [Fool Proof] R905 VRS-CY1JB103J J AA 10 kohm,1/16W SW902(217- 8) 9GD640101210 J AE Switch,Leaf Type [Cam] R906 VRD-ST2CD152J J AA 1.5 kohms,1/6W R907 VRD-ST2CD103J J AA 10 kohm,1/6W CD MECHANISM PARTS R909 VRS-CY1JB183J J AA 18 kohms,1/16W R910 VRS-CY1JB333J J AA 33 kohms,1/16W 301 MLEVP1054AFZZ J AC Rail,Guide 302 NGERH0586AFZZ J AC Gear,Middle

OTHER CIRCUITRY PARTS 303 NGERH0587AFZZ J AC Gear,Drive

304 NSFTM0291AFFW J AD Shaft,Guide CFW601/A QCNWN0504SJZZ J AB Flat Wire,5Pin 305 PCOVP1333AFSA J AF Cover,Mechanism CFW701/B QCNWN0505SJZZ J AA Flat Wire,2Pin 306 PCUSG0613AFZZ J AC Cushion CFW704/CNS704 QCNWN0518SJZZ J Connector Ass’y,9Pin 1 307 DCTRH8004SJ01 J BC Pickup Unit Ass’y CFW807A/B QCNWN0509SJZZ J AB Flat Wire,2Pin 307- 1 ———— –– Pickup Unit CNP101 QCNCM070HSJZZ J AC Plug,8Pin 307- 2 MSPRC0961AFZZ J AA Spring,Rack 307- 3 NGERR0043AFZZ J AC Gear,Rack 701 LX-WZ1070AFZZ J AA Washer,ø1.5×ø3.8×0.25mm – 4 –, NO. PART CODE PRICE DESCRIPTIONRANK NO. PARTS CODE

PRICE

RANK DESCRIPTION 702 XBBSD20P03000 J AA Screw,ø2×3mm PACKING PARTS (EXCEPT FOR U.S.A.) 703 XBSSD26P06000 J AA Screw,ø2.6×6mm 704 XHBSD20P05000 J AA Screw,ø2×5mm SPAKA0141SJZZ J Packing Add.,Top NM801 RMOTV0409AFM1 J AN Motor with Gear [Sled] SPAKA0142SJZZ J Packing Add.,Bottom NM802 RMOTV0408AFM3 J AN Motor with Chassis [Spindle] SPAKA0152SJZZ J Side Pad,Set SW800 QSW-F9001AWZZ J AE Switch, Push Type [Pickup In] SPAKC0268SJZZ J Packing Case [Except for Canada]

CABINET PARTS SPAKC0269SJZZ J Packing Case [For Canada]

SPAKP0042SJZZ J AC Polyethylene Bag,Set 201 GCABB1107SJSA J AH Rear Panel SPAKP0043SJZZ J Sheet,AC Cord 202 GCABC1108SJSA J AK Top Cabinet SSAKA0002SJZZ J AE Polyethylene Bag,Accessories 203 GDORF0029SJSA J AG Cassette Holder TLABM0071SJZZ J Label,Pop 204 GDORT0011SJSA J AK CD Lid TLABN0282SJZZ J Label,Serial No. 205 GITAS0008SJSA J AG Side Panel,Left [Except for Canada] 206 GITAS0009SJSA J AG Side Panel,Right TLABN0283SJZZ J Label,Serial No. [For Canada] 207 HBDGA1002SJSB J AD SHARP Badge TLABRF254SJZZ J Label,Bar Code [For Canada] 208 HDECQ0108SJSA J AF Cassette Holder Window TLABR1303SJZZ J Label,Bar Code 209 HDECQ0110SJSA J AN CD Lid Window [Except for Canada] 210 HDECQ0111SJSA J AF LCD Window TLABZ0038SJZZ J AC Label,Energy Star 211 HDECQ0112SJSB J AF Ring,VOLUME Knob 212 HPNLC1069SJSA J Front Panel ACCESSORIES 213 JKNBK0030SJSA J AG Knob,VOLUME 214 JKNBZ0080SJSB J AE Button,Operation 1 QACCU0003SJ00 J AH AC Power Supply Cord 215 JKNBZ0081SJSB J AE Button,CD Eject QANTL0004SJZZ J AG AM/FM Loop Antenna 216 CGERH0001SJ01 J AF Damper Gear Ass’y TINSE0115SJZZ J AF Operation Manual 217 CMECB0013SJ01 J BA Tape Mechanism Ass’y [Except for Canada] 217- 1 9GD19210703 J AE Belt,FF/REW TINSZ0178SJZZ J AD Quick Guide [Except for Canada] 217- 2 9GD19210943 J AG Belt,Main TINSZ0179SJZZ J AG Operation Manual [For Canada] 217- 3 9GD192104310 J AP Pinch Roller Arm Ass’y RRMCG0059SJSA J AQ Remote Control 217- 4(SOL901)9GD19212118 J AP Solenoid Ass’y GCOVA1028SJSA J AC Battery Lid,Remote Control 217- 5 9GD62161401 J AN Head,Erase 217- 6 9GD62010111 J Head,Record/Playback 217- 7(SW901) 9GD640101210 J AE Switch,Leaf Type [Fool Proof] P.W.B. ASSEMBLY (Not Replacement Item) 217- 8(SW902) 9GD640101210 J AE Switch,Leaf Type [Cam] 217- 9(M901) 9GD192112347 J Motor with Pulley [Tape] PWB-A1~7 DCEKKV283SJ03 J –– Main/Display/CD Servo/LED/ 217-10(PWB-D) 9GD192121303 J AZ Tape Mechanism PWB Ass’y Headphones/Switch/Jac 217-11(PWB-E) 9GD192121306 J Tape Mechanism PWB Ass’y 1 PWB-B1,2 DCEKAV283SJ06 J –– Power/Power Amp. 218 LANGK0019SJFW J AB Bracket,PWB PWB-C QPWBF3895AFZZ J AC CD Motor (PWB Only) 219 LCHSM0021SJFW J AH Main Chassis PWB-D(217-10) 9GD192121303 J AZ Tape Mechanism PWB Ass’y 220 LHLDM1002SJZZ J AD Stabilizer PWB-E(217-11) 9GD192121306 J Tape Mechanism PWB Ass’y 221 LHLDW1001SJZZ J AD Nylon Band 222 LHLDZ1010SJSA J AE Holder,LCD Display OTHER SERVICE PARTS 223 LHLDZ1022SJSA J AB Holder,LED 224 MLEVP0003SJZZ J AB Lever,CD Eject Button UDSKA0004AFZZ J AZ CD Optical Pickup Lens Cleaner 225 MSPRD0006SJFJ J AC Spring,Cassette Holder Disc 226 MSPRD0025SJFJ J AD Spring,CD Lid 227 NGERH0001SJSA J AD Damper Gear 228 PCOVS3003SJFW J AD Shield Cover 229 PCOVS3004SJFW J AC Shield Cover 230 PCOVS3009SJFW J AD Bracket,Terminal 231 PCUSG0003SJZZ J AC Cushion,Leg 232 PMAGF0002AWZZ J AE Magnet 233 PRDAR0017SJFW J AP Heat Sink,Main 234 PSHEP0001SJZZ J AF Sheet,LCD Display 1 235 QFSHD0001AWZZ J AB Holder,Fuse 236 TSPC-0403SJZZ J Label,Specification [Except for Canada] 236 TSPC-0404SJZZ J Label,Specification [For Canada] 237 LANGF0011SJFW J AH Bracket,Heat Sink 238 LANGF0047SJFW J Bracket,Shield Cover 239 LANGT0001SJFW J AD Bracket,Main PWB/CD Servo

PWB

240 PCOVP1001SJSC J Cover,Heat Sink 241 PCOVS3010SJFW J Shield Cover 242 PRDAR0018SJFW J AH Heat Sink,Transistor 243 QCNWN0219SJZZ J AC Lead Wire with Lug 601 LX-HZ0240AFFD J AB Screw,Special 602 LX-JZ0001SJFD J AA Screw,ø3×10mm 603 XEBSD25P10000 J AA Screw,ø2.5×10mm 604 XEBSD25P14000 J AA Screw,ø2.5×14mm 605 XEBSF25P08000 J AA Screw,ø2.5×8mm 606 XESSD30P10000 J AA Screw,ø3×10mm 607 XHBSD30P06000 J AA Screw,ø3×6mm 608 XJBSD30P08000 J AA Screw,ø3×8mm 609 XJBSF30P10000 J AA Screw,ø3×10mm

SPEAKER BOX PART

B3CPXL551JSpeaker Box Ass’y,L-CH/R-CH – 5 –,

A

307-3

B

307-1 307-2 703 C 703 D 302 E 702x2 NM802

F

NM801 306x2

G

SW800 PWB-C

H

123456Figure 6 CD MECHANISM EXPLODED VIEW – 6 –, 209 226 A 204 609 609 PWB-A7 B 216220 609 PWB 609x2 222 PWB-A2 608PWB 605 224 PWB-A6 603 603 PWB-A4 603 234 A LCD701 CDPWB MECHANISM C 212 603x3 PWB-A3 223 229 214 603x7 236 217(217-1,217-2,217-3, 604x4 210 243 217-4,217-5,217-6, 217-7,217-8,217-9, 237 240 217-10,217-11) 227 609 D 608 211 603x4 233 Silicon 213 Grease 608x2 Washer Nut 239 |z y Provided with PWB-B2 606x2 201 SW700 606 231x2 IC601 y{ 607x2 E 203 608 608x2 241 602x2 601x4230 608 PWB-B1 609x2 208 607 F 608 238 235x4 602 609

A

602 219 PWB-A1 608x3 206 G Q607Q605 PWB-A5 Q604 BELT CONNECTION Motor FF/REW Clutch {|zy SiliconGrease Main 602 Belt 242{| FF/REW Flywheel Belt 609x2

H Note: Only the unit and consumale parts are supplied as parts supply for the Tape mechanism.

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Figure 7 CABINET EXPLODED VIEW

– 7 –,

PACKING OF THE SET (FOR U.S.A. ONLY) Setting position of switches and knobs

Tape Mechanism STOP Cassette Holder CLOSE CD Lid CLOSE Polyethylene Bag,Set Packing Add.,Top SPAKP0042SJZZ SPAKA0141SJZZ Label,Pop TLABM0071SJZZ Packing Add.,Bottom SPAKA0142SJZZ Label,Energy Star Label,Serial No. TLABZ0038SJZZ TLABN0282SJZZ Remote Control Polyethylene Bag,Accessories SSAKA0002SJZZ Side Pad,Set SPAKA0152SJZZ AM/FM Loop Antenna AC Power Supply Cord Quick Operation Guide Manual

SPEAKER

BOX ASS'Y Packing Case AC Cord Packing Sheet SPAKC0268SJZZ SPAKP0043SJZZ Label Bar Code TLABR1303SJZZ : Not Replacement Item – 8 –, –MEMO–, –MEMO–,

COPYRIGHT © 2003 BY SHARP CORPORATION ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.

No part of this publication may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system, or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic, mechanical, photocopying, recording, or otherwise, without prior written permission of the publisher. SHARP CORPORATION AV Systems Group Audio Systems Division Higashihiroshima, Hiroshima 739-0192, Japan Printed in Japan A0301-1455SS•HA•C SC•SL]
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