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DSC-W90 SERVICE MANUAL LEVEL 2 US Model Ver. 1.0 2007.02 Canadian Model Revision History AEP Model UK Model How to use E Model Acrobat Reader Australian Model Hong Kong Model Chinese Model Internal memory Korea Model ON BOARD Argentine Model Brazilian Model Photo: Silver Link SPECIFICATIONS BLOCK DIAGRAMS PRINTED WIRING BOARDS SERVICE NOTE FRAME SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM REPAIR PARTS LIST DISASSEMBLY SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS • Precaution on Replacing the SY-169 Board The components identified by Les composants identifiés par une mark 0 or dotted line with marque 0 sont critiques pour la mark 0 are critical ...
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DSC-W90 SERVICE MANUAL LEVEL 2 US Model Ver. 1.0 2007.02 Canadian Model

Revision History AEP Model

UK Model

How to use E Model Acrobat Reader Australian Model

Hong Kong Model Chinese Model

Internal memory Korea Model ON BOARD Argentine Model

Brazilian Model

Photo: Silver

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SPECIFICATIONS BLOCK DIAGRAMS PRINTED WIRING BOARDS SERVICE NOTE FRAME SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM REPAIR PARTS LIST DISASSEMBLY SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS • Precaution on Replacing the SY-169 Board The components identified by Les composants identifiés par une mark 0 or dotted line with marque 0 sont critiques pour la mark 0 are critical for safety. sécurité. Replace only with part num- Ne les remplacer que par une pièce ber specified. portant le numéro spécifié.

DIGITAL STILL CAMERA

DSC-W90_L2 2007B0500-1 © 2007.2 9-852-192-31 Sony EMCS Co. Published by Kohda TEC,

SPECIFICATIONS Camera [Input and Output connectors] BC-CSG/BC-CSGB/BC-CSGC

Multi connector Video output [System] battery chargerAudio output (Monaural) Image device: USB communication Power requirements: AC 100 to 240 V, 50/60 Hz, 7.18 mm (1/2.5 type) color CCD, USB communication: Hi-Speed USB (USB 2.02W(BC-CSG/BC-CSGC)/ 2.6 W (BC- Primary color filter compliant) CSGB) Total pixel number of camera: Output voltage: DC 4.2 V, 0.25 A Approx. 8 286 000 pixels [LCD screen] Operating temperature: 0 to 40°C (32 to 104°F) Effective pixel number of camera: LCD panel: 6.2 cm (2.5 type) TFT drive Storage temperature: -20 to +60°C (–4 to Approx. 8 083 000 pixels Total number of dots: 115 200 (480 × 240) dots +140°F) Lens: Carl Zeiss Vario-Tessar 3× zoom lens f = Dimensions: Approx. 62 × 24 × 91 mm (2 1/2 ×[Power, general] 5.8 – 17.4 mm (35 – 105 mm when converted 31/32 × 3 5/8 inches) (W/H/D) to a 35 mm still camera) F2.8 – 5.2 Power: Rechargeable battery pack NP-BG1, 3.6 V Mass: Approx. 75 g (2.7 oz) Exposure control: Automatic exposure, Scene AC-LS5K AC Adaptor (not supplied), 4.2 V Selection (7 modes) Power consumption (during shooting with the Rechargeable battery pack NP- White balance: Automatic, Daylight, Cloudy, LCD screen on): 1.1W BG1 Fluorescent 1,2,3, Incandescent, Flash Operating temperature: 0 to 40°C (32 to 104°F) File format (DCF compliant): Storage temperature: –20 to +60°C (–4 to +140°F) Used battery: Lithium-ion battery Still images: Exif Ver. 2.21 JPEG compliant, Dimensions: 91.0 × 58.0 × 22.9 mm (3 5/8 × Maximum voltage: DC 4.2 V DPOF compatible 2 3/8 × 29/32 inches) (W/H/D, excluding Nominal voltage: DC 3.6 V Movies: MPEG1 compliant (Monaural) protrusions) Capacity: 3.4 Wh (960 mAh) Recording media: Internal Memory (approx. Mass: Approx. 155 g (5.5 oz) (including NP- 31 MB), “Memory Stick Duo” BG1 battery pack and strap, etc.) Design and specifications are subject to change Flash:Flash range (ISO sensitivity Microphone: Monaural without notice. (Recommended exposure Index) set to Auto): Speaker: Monaural approx. 0.2 to 3.3 m (7 7/8 inches to 10 feet Exif Print: Compatible 10 inches) (W)/approx. 0.4 to 1.8 m (1 feet PRINT Image Matching III: Compatible 3 3/4 inches to 5 feet 10 7/8 inches) (T) PictBridge: Compatible — 2 —,

CAUTION

Danger of explosion if battery is incorrectly replaced. Replace only with the same or equivalent type. SAFETY-RELATED COMPONENT WARNING!! ATTENTION AU COMPOSANT AYANT RAPPORT À LA SÉCURITÉ! COMPONENTS IDENTIFIED BY MARK 0 OR DOTTED LINE WITH LES COMPOSANTS IDENTIFÉS PAR UNE MARQUE 0 SUR LES MARK 0 ON THE SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS AND IN THE PARTS DIAGRAMMES SCHÉMATIQUES ET LA LISTE DES PIÈCES SONT LIST ARE CRITICAL TO SAFE OPERATION. REPLACE THESE CRITIQUES POUR LA SÉCURITÉ DE FONCTIONNEMENT. NE COMPONENTS WITH SONY PARTS WHOSE PART NUMBERS REMPLACER CES COMPOSANTS QUE PAR DES PIÈSES SONY APPEAR AS SHOWN IN THIS MANUAL OR IN SUPPLEMENTS DONT LES NUMÉROS SONT DONNÉS DANS CE MANUEL OU PUBLISHED BY SONY. DANS LES SUPPÉMENTS PUBLIÉS PAR SONY.

SAFETY CHECK-OUT

After correcting the original service problem, perform the following safety checks before releasing the set to the customer. 1. Check the area of your repair for unsoldered or poorly-soldered Unleaded solder connections. Check the entire board surface for solder splashes Boards requiring use of unleaded solder are printed with the lead- and bridges. free mark (LF) indicating the solder contains no lead. 2. Check the interboard wiring to ensure that no wires are (Caution: Some printed circuit boards may not come printed with the lead free mark due to their particular size.) "pinched" or contact high-wattage resistors. 3. Look for unauthorized replacement parts, particularly transistors, that were installed during a previous repair. Point : LEAD FREE MARK them out to the customer and recommend their replacement. Unleaded solder has the following characteristics. 4. Look for parts which, through functioning, show obvious signs • Unleaded solder melts at a temperature about 40°C higher than of deterioration. Point them out to the customer and ordinary solder. recommend their replacement. Ordinary soldering irons can be used but the iron tip has to be applied to the solder joint for a slightly longer time. 5. Check the B+ voltage to see it is at the values specified. Soldering irons using a temperature regulator should be set to 6. FLEXIBLE Circuit Board Repairing about 350°C. • Keep the temperature of the soldering iron around 270°C Caution: The printed pattern (copper foil) may peel away if the during repairing. heated tip is applied for too long, so be careful! • Do not touch the soldering iron on the same conductor of the • Strong viscosity circuit board (within 3 times). Unleaded solder is more viscous (sticky, less prone to flow) than • Be careful not to apply force on the conductor when soldering ordinary solder so use caution not to let solder bridges occur such or unsoldering. as on IC pins, etc. • Usable with ordinary solder It is best to use only unleaded solder but unleaded solder may also be added to ordinary solder. — 3 —, 1. SERVICE NOTE 1-1. PRECAUTION ON REPLACING THE SY-169 BOARD DESTINATION DATA When you replace to the repairing board, the written destination data of repairing board also might be changed to original setting. Refer to Service Manual ADJ, and perform “DESTINATION DATA WRITE”. USB SERIAL No. The set is shipped with a unique ID (USB Serial No.) written in it. This ID has not been written in a new board for service, and therefore it must be entered after the board replacement. Refer to Service Manual ADJ, and perform “USB SERIAL No. INPUT”. 1-2. SELF-DIAGNOSIS FUNCTION 1-2-1. Self-diagnosis Function 1-2-2. Self-diagnosis Display When problems occur while the unit is operating, the self-diagnosis When problems occur while the unit is operating, the LCD screen function starts working, and displays on the LCD screen what to shows a 4-digit display consisting of an alphabet and numbers, which do. blinks at 3.2 Hz. This 5-character display indicates the “repaired Details of the self-diagnosis functions are provided in the Instruction by:”, “block” in which the problem occurred, and “detailed code” manual. of the problem. LCD screen Blinks at 3.2 Hz

C3200

Repaired by: Block Detailed Code C : Corrected by customer Indicates the appropriate Refer to “1-2-3. Self-diagnosis Code Table”. E : Corrected by service step to be taken. engineer E.g. 13 ...Format the “Memory Stick Duo”. 32 ...Turn on power again. 1-1, 1-2-3. Self-diagnosis Code Table Self-diagnosis Code Block Detailed Symptom/State Correction Function Code The internal memory has experienced a Format the internal memory. format error. “Memory Stick Duo” is unformatted. Format the “Memory Stick Duo”. C1301“Memory Stick Duo” is broken. Insert a new “Memory Stick Duo”. “Memory Stick Duo” type error Insert a supported “Memory Stick Duo”. The camera cannot read or write data Turn the power off and on again, or taking out and inserting the on the “Memory Stick Duo”. “Memory Stick Duo” several times. C3201Trouble with hardware Turn the power off and on again. Retry turn the power on by the power switch. If it does not Difficult to adjust focus recover, check the focus reset sensor of lens block (pin ws ofE6100(Cannot initialize focus) CN402 on the SY-169 board). If it is OK, check the focus motor drive IC (IC401 on the SY-169 board). Retry turn the power on by the power switch. Check the zoom reset sensor of lens block (pin ra of CN402 on the SY-169 Zoom operations faultE6110board) when zooming is performed when the zoom button is (Cannot initialize zoom lens.) operated. If it is OK, check the zoom motor drive IC (IC401 on the SY-169 board). Check or replacement of the IC for steadyshot (IC503 on the SY- E6202Abnormality of IC for steadyshot. 169 board). Check or replacement of the IC for steadyshot (IC503 on the SY- E6210Lens initializing failure. 169 board). Check the HALL element (PITCH) of optical image stabilizer (pin 5, 6 of CN402 on the SY-169 board). If it is OK, checkE6211Lens overheating (PITCH). PITCH angular velocity sensor (SE502 on the SY-169 board) peripheral circuits. Check the HALL element (YAW) of optical image stabilizer (pin ql, w; of CN402 on the SY-169 board). If it is OK, check YAWE6212Lens overheating (YAW). angular velocity sensor (SE501 on the SY-169 board) peripheral circuits. Check the OIS temp sensor of optical image stabilizer (pin 4 ofE6220Abnormality of thermistor. CN402 on the SY-169 board). E9101Abnormality when flash is being charged. Checking of flash unit or replacement of flash unit. (Note) E9200Non-standard battery is used. Use the compatible battery only. Note: After repair, be sure to perform “1-3. PROCESS AFTER FIXING FLASH ERROR”. 1-3. PROCESS AFTER FIXING FLASH ERROR When “FLASH error” (Self-diagnosis Code E : 91 : 01) occurs, to prevent any abnormal situation caused by high voltage, setting of the flash is changed automatically to disabling charge and flash setting. After fixing, this setting needs to be deactivated. Flash error code can be initialized by the operations on the HOME screen. Method for Initializing the Flash Error Code Initialize Initializes the setting to the default setting. Even if you execute this function, the images stored in the internal memory are retained. 1 Select [Initialize] with v/V/b/B, then press z. The message “Initialize all settings” appears. 2 Select [OK] with v, then press z. The settings are reset to the default setting. To cancel the resetting Select [Cancel] in step 2, then press z. • Make sure that the power is not disconnected during resetting. 1-2 Repaired by:, 1-4. METHOD FOR COPYING OR ERASING THE DATA IN INTERNAL MEMORY

The data can be copied/erased by the operations on the HOME screen. (When erasing the data, execute formatting the internal memory.) Note 1: When replacing the SY-169 board, erase the data in internal memory of the board before replacement. Note 2: When replacing the SY-169 board, execute formatting and initialize the internal memory after replacement. Method for Copying the Data in Internal Memory

Copy Copies all images in the internal memory to a “Memory Stick Duo”. 1 Insert a “Memory Stick Duo” having 32 MB or larger capacity. 2 Select [Copy] with v/V/b/B on the control button, then press z. The message “All data in internal memory will be copied” appears. 3 Select [OK] with v, then press z. Copying starts. To cancel the copying Select [Cancel] in step 3, then press z. • Use a fully charged battery pack. If you attempt to copy image files using a battery pack with little remaining charge, the battery pack may run out, causing copying to fail or possibly corrupting the data. • You cannot copy individual images. • The original images in the internal memory are retained even after copying. To delete the contents of the internal memory, remove the “Memory Stick Duo” after copying, then execute the [Format] command in [Internal Memory Tool]. • When you copy the data in the internal memory to the “Memory Stick Duo”, all the data will be copied. You cannot choose a specific folder on the “Memory Stick Duo” as the destination for the data to be copied.• Even if you copy data, a (Print order) mark is not copied

Method for Formatting the Internal Memory

This item does not appear when a “Memory Stick Duo” is inserted in the camera. Format Formats the internal memory. • Note that formatting irrevocably erases all data in the internal memory, including even protected images. 1 Select [Format] with v/V/b/B on the control button, then press z. The message “All data in internal memory will be erased” appears. 2 Select [OK] with v, then press z. The format is completed. To cancel the formatting Select [Cancel] in step 2, then press z. 1-3, 1-5. HOW TO WRITE DATA TO INTERNAL MEMORY Usually, the camera has been set so as to disable the data writing from the PC to the internal memory of the camera. This setting must be changed temporarily when the data is to be written to the internal memory such as a case after the board replacement. To change the setting, use the write enable tool “WriteEnableTool.exe”. Data writing method 1) Connect the PC to the camera (USB mode: Mass Storage), and switch the driver to the “Sony Seus USB Driver”. 2) Start the Write Enable Tool and the SeusEX. 3) Click the [Activate Write Enable Mode] button of the Write Enable Tool. 4) Upon completion of the setting change, the following message will be displayed. 5) Return the driver to the original one, and connect the PC to the camera (USB mode: Mass Storage). 6) Write the data read out into the PC to the internal memory of the camera. 7) Disconnect the PC from the camera, and turn off the camera. Note: By turning off the camera, the write enable setting is reset. 1-4E, 2. DISASSEMBLY

NOTE FOR REPAIR

• Make sure that the flat cable and flexible board are not cracked of bent at the terminal. Cut and remove the part of gilt Do not insert the cable insufficiently nor crookedly. which comes off at the point. (Be careful or some • When remove a connector, don’t pull at wire of connector. It is possible that a wire is snapped. pieces of gilt may be left inside) • When installing a connector, don’t press down at wire of connector. It is possible that a wire is snapped. • Do not apply excessive load to the gilded flexible board.

DISCHARGING OF THE ST-160 BOARD’S CHARGING CAPACITOR (C901)

The charging capacitor (C901) of the ST-160 board is charged up to the maximum 300 V potential. Note: High-voltage cautions There is a danger of electric shock by this high voltage when the capacitor is handled by hand. The electric shock is caused by Discharging the Capacitor the charged voltage which is kept without discharging when the Short-circuit between the two points with the short jig about 10 seconds. main power of the unit is simply turned off. Therefore, the remaining voltage must be discharged as described below. R:1 kΩ/1 W (Part code: 1-215-869-11)

Preparing the Short Jig

To preparing the short jig, a small clip is attached to each end of a resistor of 1 kΩ /1 W (1-215-869-11). ST-160 Board Wrap insulating tape fully around the leads of the resistor to C901 prevent electrical shock. 1 kΩ/1 W Flash Unit Wrap insulating tape. 2-1, 2-1. IDENTIFYING PARTS

SW-494 Board Release Block

⋅ Cabinet (Rear)RL-071/078 Board

BT Holder MC-176 Board SY-169 Board LCD Module Main Frame Cabinet (Front) Lens Block Flash Unit ⋅ Barrier Block

⋅ ST-160 Board ⋅ Zoom Gear Block - DISASSEMBLY FLOW - 2-2-1. CABINET SECTION ⋅ Cabinet (Front) ⋅ Cabinet (Rear) 2-2-2. MAIN BOARD SECTION ⋅ Lens Block ⋅ MC-176 Board ⋅ Release Block ⋅ SY-169 Board 2-2-3. LCD/BT HOLDER SECTION 2-3. EXCHANGE METHOD OF 2-4. EXCHANGE METHOD OF ⋅ BT Holder BARRIER BLOCK ZOOM GEAR BLOCK ⋅ Flash Unit ⋅ LCD Module ⋅ Main Frame ⋅ SW-494 Board 2-2,

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2-2. DISASSEMBLY

EXPLODED VIEW HARDWARE LIST

2-2-1. CABINET SECTION Follow the disassembly in the numerical order given. 1Cabinet (Front) (1-1 to 1-8) 2Cabinet (Rear) (2-1 to 2-2) Note:On installation of the cabinet (rear), 2-1 (#65) adjust the position of the mode dial switch and the mode dial. 1-6 (#65) 1-7 (Open) 1-4 (#65)

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2Cabinet (Rear) 2-2 (#65) 1-8 (Claw) 1-1 (#65)

Main Board Section 1-3

(See Page 2-4) 1-5 1-2 (Claw) (#65) 1Cabinet (Front) 2-3, 2-2-2. MAIN BOARD SECTION Follow the disassembly in the numerical order given. EXPLODED VIEW HARDWARE LIST 1Release Block (1-1 to 1-3) 2 Lens Block (2-1 to 2-5) 3 SY-169 Board (3-1 to 3-11) Note: High-voltage cautions Discharging the Capacitor Short-circuit between the two points with the short jig about 10 seconds. R:1 kΩ/1 W (Part code: 1-215-869-11) C901 ST-160 Board Flash Unit 1-1

LCD/BT Holder

1Release Block Section (See Page 2-5) 2-3 (Release the claw that is the fixation 1-2 of the flash unit (Claw) once) 1-3 3-7 (Claw)

HELP 3-1

3-11 3-2 3-6 2-1 (Claw) 3-3 3-9 -8 2-2S 3Y-169 (#5) 3-4 (Solder) 3-5 HELP 2-4 (#3) 2-5 3-10 2Lens Block (See Page 2-6, 2-8) 3SY-169 Board 2-4, 2-2-3. LCD/BT HOLDER SECTION Follow the disassembly in the numerical order given. EXPLODED VIEW HARDWARE LIST 1 Flash Unit (1-1) 2 LCD Panel/SW-494 Board (2-1 to 2-4) 3BT Holder (3-1 to 3-3) 2LCD Panel/ 2-1 SW-494 Board (#5) SW-494

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2-4 (Claw) 2-3 HELP (Claw) 3-2 3-1 (#65) 3-3 2-2 1-1 (Claw) (Claw) HELP 3BT Holder 1Flash Unit 2-5, 2-3. EXCHANGE METHOD OF BARRIER BLOCK Note: Do not hold the part of spring. 2-3-1. HOW TO REMOVE THE ORNAMENTAL RING (A) 1 Turn on the power switch. 2 With the ornamental ring (A) extended, remove the battery forcibly. 3 Apply a solvent to the tweezers or a needle, and dissolve the adhesive on the barrier tapes that secure the ornamental ring (A) to the barrier block. 4 Rotate the ornamental ring (A) clockwise to remove. Tweezers Barrier tape 3 Solvent 4 Ornamental ring (A) Barrier block 2-3-2. HOW TO REMOVE THE BARRIER BLOCK 1 Remove two screws. 2 Remove the barrier block and the inner ring. 2 Barrier block 2 Inner ring 1 Two screws 2-6, 2-3-3. HOW TO INSTALL THE BARRIER BLOCK 1 Install the inner ring and the barrier block. Note: When installing the barrier block, the CAV No. must be located in the lower left position. 2 Secure the barrier block with two screws. *Tightening torque = 0.049 ± 0.01N • m (0.5 ± 0.1kgf • cm) Note: Check that the barrier feather of the barrier block is not opened slightly or half-closed. Barrier 1 Barrier block feather CAV No. 1 Inner ring 2 Two screws 2-3-4. HOW TO INSTALL THE ORNAMENTAL RING (A) 1 Affix two barrier tapes to the barrier block. Note: The barrier tape must not cover the boss of the barrier block. 2 Install the ornamental ring (A). 1 Barrier tape Boss 1 Barrier tape 2 Ornamental ring (A) Barrier block Note: Turn on and off the power to check the opening and closing of the barrier block with the camera in horizontal, up and down directions respectively. Further, check the zoom motion. Rotate the ornamental ring (A) lightly to check that it is not removed. 2-7, 2-4. EXCHANGE METHOD OF ZOOM GEAR BLOCK Note: Do not hold the part of terminal and the part of spring. 2-4-1. HOW TO REMOVE THE ZOOM GEAR BLOCK • HOW TO REMOVE THE REAR ASSEMBLY 1 Remove the screw, and then the OVF.

OVF

Screw 2 Remove the shutter flexible board from the connector. 3 Remove the vibration-proof flexible board from the connector. 4 Peel the adhesive sheet that secures the vibration-proof flexible board. * When peeling the adhesive sheet, turn it over from the opposite side of the hook. Vibration-proof flexible board 4 Adhesive sheet Connector 2 Shutter flexible board Hook Connector 3 Vibration-proof flexible board 2-8, 5 Peel the adhesive sheet (upper) that secures the main flexible board. 6 Disengage the main flexible board from the hook of the ring assembly, and then slide the main flexible board to remove. 7 Peel the adhesive sheet (lower) that secures the main flexible board. * The FOCUS motor must remain soldered. 6 Main flexible board Hook Ring assembly 5 Adhesive sheet (upper) 7 Adhesive sheet (lower) Solder of FOCUS motor 8 Remove four screws that secure the rear assembly. 9 Remove the rear assembly, disengaging the bosses at four places. * Take care not to get stuck with the vibration-proof flexible board. q; Unhook the Z leaf spring to remove. qa Remove the main flexible board from the ring assembly, and remove the rear assembly and the nuruto gear. qa Nuruto gear 8 Five screws Rear assembly Hook q; Z leaf Boss spring Ring assembly Ring assembly Boss qa Rear assembly qa Main flexible Vibration-proof flexible board board 2-9, • HOW TO REMOVE THE ZOOM GEAR BLOCK 1 Unsolder the zoom motor. 2 Remove the FG leaf spring. 3 Remove the main flexible board from the zoom gear block. 4 Remove the zoom gear block. Rear assembly 3 Main flexible board 4 Zoom gear block 3 Main flexible board 1 Solder Hook 2 FG leaf spring 2-4-2. HOW TO INSTALL THE ZOOM GEAR BLOCK • HOW TO INSTALL THE ZOOM GEAR BLOCK 1 Solder the main flexible board to the zoom gear block. 2 Install the main flexible board to the zoom gear block. 3 Attach the FG leaf spring. Rear assembly 2 Main flexible board Zoom gear block 2 Main flexible board 1 Solder Hook 3 FG leaf spring 2-10, 4 Apply the lubricant (SRX-4339) to the nuruto gear, and insert it into the ring assembly. * Rotate the gear in the ring assembly in the arrow direction until the end of the gear is not engaged with a concave portion of the ring assembly (because a convex portion of the rear assembly enters the convex portion). Ring assembly Gear Convex portion 4 Nuruto gear 5 Install the zoom gear block on the rear assembly. 6 Engaging four bosses, install the rear assembly on the ring assembly. * The vibration-proof flexible board must be engaged with the hook of the rear assembly. 7 Tighten four screws in the order of A to D. *Tightening torque = 0.049 ± 0.01N • m (0.5 ± 0.1kgf • cm) 8 Check that the projection of the nuruto shaft that protrudes from the rear assembly is within the specified value given below. *Specified value: 0.005 – 0.395mm Hook Ring assembly Boss 6 Vibration-proof flexible board Boss 7 Four screws Nuruto shaftB5Zoom gear block 6 Rear assembly

C D A

Nuruto shaft 0.005 – 0.395mm 2-11, 9 Secure and connect the main flexible board. Main flexible board Hook Hook Z leaf spring Ring assembly Main flexible board Hook Adhesive sheet (upper) Adhesive sheet (lower) q; Secure and connect the vibration-proof flexible board and the shutter flexible board respectively. Vibration-proof flexible board Adhesive sheet Connector Shutter flexible board Hook Connector Bousin flexible board 2-12, qa Install the OVF. *When installing the OVF, fit a projection of OVF in the groove of the ring assembly.

OVF

Projection Ring assembly Groove Screw 2-4-3. CHECK THE OPERATION Confirm the operation after installing the lens block in the set. 1 Power ON/OFF 2 Expansion and contraction confirming of lens and opening and shutting confirmation of barrier. Confirm there are neither dirt nor wounds in the surface of the ornamental ring (A) and lens if there is no problem in operation. Wipe off when dirty. 3 Confirm the operation with Wide/Tele. Note: Do not be of caught etc. Do not allophone. 2-13E,

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Sheet attachment positions and procedures of processing the flexible boards/harnesses are shown. Cabinet (front) assy SY electrostatic sheet RL-071/078 Harness (Black) board Harness (Red) Microphone BT holder Main frame Light interception 1mm sheet LC flexible sheet

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INSTALLATION METHOD OF BATTERY TERMINAL BOARD

1 Insert the battery terminal board into a slit in the BT holder to install. * The battery terminal board is attached with the notch for installation. BT holder Notch Battery terminal board Battery terminal board 2 Fold the notch 3 or 4 times repeatedly to break. Notch Notch Battery terminal board • HARNESS ARRANGEMENT Harness (Red) SY-169 board Harness (White) Harness (Black)

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, 3. BLOCK DIAGRAMS Link OVERALL BLOCK DIAGRAM (1/2) POWER BLOCK DIAGRAM (1/2) OVERALL BLOCK DIAGRAM (2/2) POWER BLOCK DIAGRAM (2/2), 31, 32 16, 15 3 - 14 27 - 29 2, 3, 5, 6 11 - 8 17 - 20 15 - 12 24, 28 48 - 45 33 - 30 38 - 35 50, 49 J3, J2, H2, J4 B1, D1 G6, J8, J9, J7 B10, D10 11, 10 27, 26 13 - 24 35 - 37 A4, B4, B5 D5, D6 24, 25 F4, F3 B4, B5 D6, E6, B7, C6 D2, B1 H3, H1 J2, H4 F1, G2, E2, E1, P10, P9, P11 G1, D4, D3, F4, E4, F3, D1, C2 N5, P4, M4, N2, L3, L1, P5, G1, E4 A2, C4, B2 D5, A6, B6, C5 D3, F1 D7 - D9 L5, N4, N3, M2, L2, K4, K3 Y11, W11 R8, AE25 AB23, AA23, AC25 W18, AB26, W17 Y18, Y17 R7, AF25 V19, D19, C25 AB21, AC21, AB20, AC20, AB19, AC19, AC18, AE21, AF21, AE20, AF20, AE19, AF19, AE18 A13 - A15, D17, B19, E17, A19, B13 - B15 Y1, AA1 E18, B23 B18, D18, B17 E16, A18, D16, A17 F3, E3 A5, A2 2 - 5, 7, 8 21, 22 35, 34 11 - 13 3 - 10 10, 12 3. BLOCK DIAGRAMS 3-1. OVERALL BLOCK DIAGRAM (1/2) ( ) : Number in parenthesis ( ) indicates the division number of schematic diagram where the component is located.

LENS BLOCK CD-694 FLEXIBLE BOARD SY-169 BOARD (1/2) LCD901 (1/2)

LCD MODULE LENS IRIS (METER) CN301 CN713 IC004 17 10 CCD_OUT 14 6 D14 CA_AD00 - CA_AD13 LCD_D0 - LCD_D7 D0 - D7

BUFFER

IC003 8.1M CCD

IMAGER

IC304 H1 - H3 K13 CA_HD AE23 LCD_CK, LCD_HD, LCD_VD DCLK, HSYNC, VSYNCCCD SIGNAL CA_FD 2.5INCH PROCESS, J13 AF22 COLOR SHUTTER ZOOM FOCUS IRIS LH TIMING GEN_TG_CLK MOTOR MOTOR MOTOR MOTOR 26 39 P7 GENERATOR K14 AF18 U19 XCS_ PANEL SPENA36 LCD 19 33 RG P8 IC211 XDD_SYS_RST 37 RESET Z

MMMM(1/11) X201 (1/2)

V1, V2, V3A, V3B, V4, 36MHz IC202 1 IC_211_2_SO, XIC_211_2_SCK SPDA, SPCK V5A, V5B, V6 - V10 CPU2 CLOCK 3 GEAR_ON Y13 (4/11, 5/11) GENERATOR 5 GEN_SYS_CLK Y12 (9/11)

FOCUS

RESET VST1, VST2

SENSOR

XCS_FE, XIC_211_3_SCK, IC_211_3_SO VHLD1, VHLD2 30 12 LV G4 D10 XDD_SYS_RST 1 SUB29 J4 24 31 SUB_CONT IC_211_2_SO, XIC_211_2_SCK RL-071/078 Q302 C6 BOARD (1/2) XCS_AUDIO VSUB_CONT_PRE, V8 E4 CN707 CN101 Q301 VSUB_CONT_POST (1/2) (1/2) AF8 IC_211_AUIN E6 B611MIC_SIG MIC901 IC401 IC603XLENS_DRIVER_PS LENS DRIVE D4 H11 IC_211_AUOUTAE8 E5 AUDIO AMP SP± SP901 (2/11) (7/11) SPEAKER CN402 MC-176 BOARD ND(±) ND_± IRIS MOTOR IRIS_M_IN, IRIS_M_BRK_2B DRIVER (1/2) CN710 CN101 (1/2) (1/2) AU_LINE_OUT 7 A_OUT_L F_MOTOR_A, F_MOTOR_A(-), D1 24 16 F_MOTOR_B, F_MOTOR_B(-) FOCUS_A, A, B, B FOCUS MOTOR FC_DIR_A, FC_DIR_B, FC_EN_A

DRIVER

T8 VIDEO_AMP_ON 4 IC602 VIDEO AMP V_LINE_OUT 5 V_OUT3 5 26 20 Z_DC_MOTOR(±) ZOOM_A, ZOOM_A- ZOOM ZM_DIR_A, ZM_EN_A, ZM_BRK_B MOTOR (7/11)

DRIVER

Q242 - Q244 Q241 SHUTTER(±) SHUTTER_± SHUTTER CN102 MSHUT_DIR, MSHUT_EN AB13 IC_211_CVOUT IC_211_YOUT 28 3 HD Y 24 MOTOR (1/2)VOUT_1 IC_211_PBOUT 14 HD Pb DRIVER AF12 BUFFER CLAMP 17 4 MULTI AC12 VOUT_2 IC_211_PROUT 15 16 HD Pr 2 CONNECTOR F_PI_SENS_OUT FC_SENS ZOOM ZOOM 22 Y10 FG RESET XFC_RST_LED XFC_RST_LED M8 XHD_EN23 V7

SENSOR

Z_PI_SENS_OUT ZM_SENS_1ST 41 AD26 10, 9 Z_BOX2_PI_SENS_Col, Z_BOX1_PI_SENS_Col ZM_DC_FG_1A, ZM_DC_FG_1B USB_DP, USB_DM USB_DP, USB_DM XZM_FG_LED 26 XZM_FG_LED L8 USB_VBUS 12 USB_VBUS 2 19 6LENS_IDLENS_ID 44 D9

OVERALL (2/2) CN704

LENS TEMP THERM LENS_TEMP XMS_IN SENSOR 40 AE3 (PAGE 3-2) 6

MEMORY STICK OPTICAL IMAGE MSX_BS, MSX_D0 - MSX_D3, MSX_CLK DUO STABILIZER OIS TEMP THERM TZ_HALL_TEMP

SENSOR 4 AF3 SE501 YAW YAW± SWAOUT YAW MOTOR M J5 13 21 SENSOR YAW_HALL_BIAS±, IC506 HALL YAW_HALL_± ELEMENT CLK, DATA PITCH/YAWSENSOR

AMP

(3/11) SE502 PITCH M PITCH±MOTOR IC503 SWBOUTG5 10 1 PITCHSENSOR

OPTICAL

PITCH_HALL_BIAS±, IMAGE CA_FD HALL PITCH_HALL± STABILIZATION C9 ELEMENT DRIVE A7 XDD_SYS_RST XDD_SYS_RST(3/11) 1

A : VIDEO SIGNAL

IC_211_0_SO, IC_211_0_SI, XIC_211_0_SCK OVERALL (2/2) (PAGE 3-2) A : AUDIO SIGNAL CLK_IC_503 A : VIDEO/AUDIO SIGNALA3 W13 A5 XCS_IC_503 U8 A6 XIC_211_IC_503_RST H10

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3-1, + 1, 2 1, 2 7, 6 D1, D2, E1 AB7, AE6 AC8, AF6 H17, A24, G17 W20, H18, B24, G18 D26, G19 B1, B5, C5, D5 6, 5 8 - 10 11 -13 15, 9 17, 21 23, 25 3-2. OVERALL BLOCK DIAGRAM (2/2) ( ) : Number in parenthesis ( ) indicates the division number of schematic diagram where the component is located.

RL-071/078 BOARD (2/2) SY-169 BOARD (2/2) MC-176 BOARD

CN101 CN707 (2/2) (2/2) (2/2) S101 8 XAE_LOCK_SW 8 XAE_LOCK_SW CN710 CN101 7 XSHUTTER_SW XSHUT_SW (2/2) (2/2)(SHUTTER) 7 XPWR_ON XPOWER_ON 27 XPOWER_ON47S102 3 XPWR_ON 3 XPWR_ON XPWR_ON B8 H8 UNREG ACV_UNREG 18 - 20 ACV_UNREG POWER XDIRECT_PB B7 ST_UNREG Q004, XACV_DET 24 XACV_DETUNREG 7 19 D101 4 X_PWR_LED 4 XPWR_LED Q013 D002 (POWER) CAM_12V CHARGE_V 21 - 23 CHARGE_V CAM_-7.5V TI_5.0V

SW-494 BOARD MAX_5.0V IC001 CN102

D_3.0V DC/DC (2/2) S003 CN001 CN708 J5 A_3.0V CONVERTER MULTI8 XDIRECT_PB 5 XDIRECT_PB X101 DDR_1.8V (10/11) CONNECTORN 32.768kHz J4 D_1.8V S001, S002, D_1.2V S004 - S010 BL_H FUNCTION 6, 7 KEY_AD1, 2 KEY_AD_1, 2

KEY

D003 Q101 IC101 XACV_INS011 K8 MODE 12, 11 MODE_DIAL1, 2 MODE_DIAL1, 2 2 XMS_IN

FRONT

C6 CONTROL XACC_IN XACC_IN 1 XACC_IN DIAL G9 30 UART Rx, 26(8/11)

OVERALL (1/2) IC_211_1_UI, IC_211_1_UO UART Rx, UART TX 25, 26 UART TxUSB_VBUS

D001 (PAGE 3-1) D8 AE/AF LOCK/ 4 XAE_LOCK_LED 9 XAE_LOCK_LEDSELF-TIMER D002 FLASH CHARGING/ 5 XSTRB_LED XSTRB_LED XPWR_OFF RECORD 8 B9 G8 XIC_211_RST_REQ A1 W12 LCD901 (2/2) 1 VL_3V VL_3V IC102 XDD_SYS_RST1235D7 B4 AB18 LCD MODULE BT001 LITHIUM 2 BACK UP VCC 4 A9 BACKLIGHT BATTERY D101 (8/11) XCS_FRE2 A23 BL_H Q006 BATT_UNREG + BL_L 9 BL_L BL_L BACKLIGHT BL_EN24 CONTROL F9 IC_211_0_SO,IC_211_0_SI, XCS_IC_201, BT901 XIC_211_0_SCK XIC_211_1_SCK, BATT_SIG BATTERYIC_211_1_SO, E4 S TERMINAL IC_211_1_SI IC201 –

BATTERY AUTHENTICATION

IC106 D102 (9/11) 1 XDD_SYS_RSTRESET B2 (8/11) 1 XDD_SYS_RST IC211(2/2)

OVERALL (1/2) IC_211_0_SO, IC_211_0_SI, XIC_211_0_SCK CPU

(PAGE 3-1) (4/11, 5/11) XAE_LOCK_SW N19 XSHUT_SW R19 KEY_AD_1, 2 MODE_DIAL1, 2 XPWR_LED Y9 XAE_LOCK_LED W9

ST-160 BOARD XSTRB_LED W8

CN001 CN701 D002 XAF_LED 12 12 AF LED AFLED_CONTSELF-TIMER/ G15 AF ILLUMINATOR CONTROL T001 Q704 D001 XE_A(H) D70632ST_UNREG (MS ACCESS) H841

TRIGGER FLASH

UNIT TRIG_GND C901 CHARGING STRB_CHG 8 STRB_CHG CAPACITOR 15 IC001 10 8 V2 XE_K(L) XSTRB_FULL 9 XSTRB_FULLFLASH99H9 CONTROL, STB_CHG_CNT 5 STB_CHG_CNT6 5 H15

CHARGE

Q001 CONTROL STRB_ON 4 STRB_ON1 FLASH744Y16

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3-2, 17, 21 23, 25 8-10 11-13 XPWR_ON 3-3. POWER BLOCK DIAGRAM (1/2) ( ) : Number in parenthesis ( ) indicates the division number of schematic diagram where the component is located.

MC-176 BOARD SY-169 BOARD (1/2)

F001 CN101 CN710 CN704 ACV_UNREG 18-20 ACV_UNREG F002 Q706 MS_VCC IC001 B+ SWITCH 9

MEMORY STICK

DC/DC CONVERTER DUO Q004, 013 (10/11) F XACV_DET 24 XACV_DET MS_PWR_ON 19 7 28 GD CN102 POWER (2/2) ST_UNREG MULTI D002 45 BATT D003 (PAGE 3-4) CONNECTOR L009 D_1.2V 13 PVSD LXSD 16 CHARGE_V 21-23 CHARGE_V BATT_UNREG DDC1P2_ENONSD 15 D007 CAM_12V 29 PVBST LXBST 31 L004 XPOWER_ON 27 XPOWER_ON SWBST 3074ONBST 22 D010 CAM_-7.5V LXINV 21 PVINV 20 CAMDD_EN ONINV 1 XACV_IN BT901

BATTERY

TERMINAL IC201 BATTERY L001 A_3.0V + BATT_UNREG AUTHENTICATION PVM 4 L005 D_3.0V (9/11) E LXM 5 DDC2P9_EN IC_211_1_SI POWER (2/2) ONM 3BATT_SIG P144_SOA0 D5 S E4 TXRX IC_211_1_SO (PAGE 3-4) P143_SIA0 C5 D006 BL_H XIC_211_1_SCK 35 PVLED LXLED 33 P142_XSCKA0 B5 L003 Q006 XCS_IC_201 SWLED 34– P120_INTP0 B1 BACKLIGHT BL_LFBLLED 37 BL_EN1 CONTROL ONLED 36 D_3.0V BL_EN2 B2 XRESET D011 L007 Q003 MAX_5.0V 47 LXSU SU 43 B+ SWITCH IC106 PVSU 44 DDC5PSW_EN RESET (8/11) VSU_ENONSU 46

A XDD_SYS_RST D102

1 OUT Vdd 4 POWER (2/2) (PAGE 3-4) L006

G

9 PVAFE LXAFE 8 DDC1P8_EN IC101 ONAFE 10 POWER (2/2)(PAGE 3-4) FRONT CONTROL (8/11) Q014 B+ SWITCH BATT_SENS H8 D_3.0V DDCPV_EN DDC2P9_AD H7 A9 CS D_1.8VDDC1P8_AD J7 B4 XSYS_RST BACK_UP_VCC IC002 5V REG(10/11) DDC1P2_EN L002 DDC1P2_EN D9 CAMDD_EN 9 SW TI_5.0V CAMDD_EN B2 VOUT 2 DDC2P9_EN 6 VBAT DDC2P9_EN E9 7 LBI 1 EN EVER_PSB D_3.0V BL_EN1 PS 8 D_1.8V D_1.8V BL_EN1 F8 BL_EN2 BL_EN2 F9 DDC5PSW_EN DDC5PSW_EN F7 SW_1P8_EN Q007 VSU_EN 1.8V/3.0V

B XIC_211_RST_REQ VSU_EN J8 DISCHARGEA1 XRESET_REQ DDC1P8_EN 1.8V REG Q010, 012

XPWR_OFF DDC1P8_EN E8 IC003 POWER (2/2) B9 XPOWER_OFF DDCPV_EN (10/11) B+ SWITCH DDCPV_EN C9 (PAGE 3-4) EVER_PSB DDR_1.8VEVER_PSB J9 B2 Vin Vout B1 SW_1P8_EN SW1P8_EN J1 Vcont LDO_1P8_EN

C XPWR_ON LDO1P8_EN H2 A2 BACK_UP_VCCB8 XPOWER_ON0 DISW1P8_EN

XDIRECT_PB DISW1P8_EN C2 LDO_1P8_EN POWER (2/2) B7 XPOWER_ON2 DISW2P9_EN DISW2P9_EN C1 DISW1P8_EN (PAGE 3-4) DISW2P9_EN VL_3V XRSTX D7 IC102 BACK UP VCC 1.2V_INT (8/11) DDC1P2_RESET C8 3 VBAT VOUT 6 EVER_3.0V 2 VCH VRO 8

D D101DDC2P9_EN 7 VIN IC007

POWER (2/2) 5 XRESET VOLTAGE (PAGE 3-4) 4 CS DETECTOR (10/11) Vin41Vout Vsen 3

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3-3, 1, 2 XZM_RST_LED 3-4. POWER BLOCK DIAGRAM (2/2) ( ) : Number in parenthesis ( ) indicates the division number of schematic diagram where the component is located. LCD901

SY-169 BOARD (2/2) LCD MODULE

CN713 D_1.8V FB702 VDDD

VDD

D_3.0V L701

PVDD

18 2.5INCH IC501 COLOR XDD_SYS_RST RESET Z LCD2.8V REG 37 (3/11) IC506 A_3.0V PITCH/YAW B2 Vin Vout B1 SENSOR AMP SW-494 BOARD Vcont (3/11) CN708 CN001

BACKLIGHT

IC502 A2 BL_H BL_H 10 BL_H3 1.5V REG BL_L BL_L 9 BL_L (3/11) SE502 4VL_3V VL_3V 1 PITCH 12 BT001 D_1.8V B2 Vin Vout B1 SENSOR LITHIUM IC503 BATTERY OPTICAL SE501 D_3.0V IMAGE YAW D001 MAX_5.0V STABILIZATION SENSOR D_3.0V 3 AE/AF LOCK/ DRIVE 10 SELF-TIMER (3/11)

A S003 D002XDD_SYS_RST XDIRECT_PB 85 FLASH CHARGING/

ST_UNREG A7 RESET_N POWER (1/2) XIC_211_IC_503_RST

RECORD

A6 XDL D_1.2V (PAGE 3-3) C XDD_SYS_RST CAM_12V POWER (1/2) RL-071/078 BOARD (PAGE 3-3) CAM_-7.5V CN707 CN101 S102 XPWR_ON33POWER A_3.0V D_1.8V D_1.8V D_3.0V 55 D101 D_3.0V D_3.0V D_3.0V (POWER) TI_5.0V TI_5.0V BL_H MAX_5.0V MAX_5.0V BL_L A_3.0V A_3.0V ST-160 BOARD

G T001

MAX_5.0V CN701 CN001IC603 POWER (1/2) AU_AVCC ST_UNREG ST_UNREG 1, 2 L001 D001 FLASH (PAGE 3-3) B2 Vin Vout B1 AUDIO AMP (7/11) UNITTI_5.0V TI_5.0V 3 IC601 H10 GPE_09 R601 Q710 TI_5.0V 2.8V REG AB18 XRESET IC602 (7/11) MAX_5.0V AF LED AF_5.0V 11VIDEO AMP D601 DRIVE (7/11) D002 IC001 SELF-TIMER/ FLASH CONTROL, A_3.0V R723 AF ILLUMINATOR CHARGE CONTROL D_1.8V D706 R253 (MS ACCESS) XAF_LED 12Q704 AF LED 12 DDR_1.8V CONTROL L241 VL_3V AFLED_CONTD_3.0V TPU2_OUT G15 13V REG CD-694 FLEXIBLEIC305 (1/11) BOARD D_1.2V CN301 DDR_1.8V FB281 D_3.0V IC202 CAM_12V FB306 L303 CAM_12V 5 Vin Vout41D_1.8V D_1.8V CLOCK IC003 IC211 GENERATOR (9/11) FB282 CPU CAM_-7.5V L302 8.1M L211 CAM_-7.5V 9 CCD IMAGER(4/11) FB283 (5/11) CAM_3.5V (6/11) FB302 IC307 3.5V REG Q304 (1/11) -7.5V DISCHARGE IC004 TI_5.0V CAM_3.5V B2 Vin Vout B1 BUFFER Vcont A2

D DDC2P9_EN FB305

D_3.0V FB303

B XIC_211_RST_REQ POWER (1/2)W12 XRESET_REQ (PAGE 3-3)

XPWR_OFF G8 GPE_00 IC306 2.3V REG(1/11) IC304 LENS BLOCKPOWER (1/2) (PAGE 3-3) CCD SIGNAL PROCESS, Q401 CN402B2 Vin Vout B1 XACV_IN TIMING GENERATOR R402 Z_PI_SENS_Vcc ZOOM K8 GPE_05 (1/11) B+ SWITCH 42 RESET

SENSOR E IC_211_1_SI G18 SIO1_RXD

IC_211_1_SO 6 Vin Vout 4 POWER (1/2) B24 SIO1_TXD R412 Z_BOX1_PI_SENS_Vcc XIC_211_1_SCK 27 (PAGE 3-3) H18 SIO1_SCK Z_BOX2_PI_SENS_Vcc

ZOOM

XCS_IC_201 FG W20 GPS_04 IC308 Q305 R411 2.8V REG 2.8V/3.5V (1/11) DISCHARGE R401 F_PI_SENS_Vcc FOCUS

F 21 RESETMS_PWR_ON

T7 GPE_15 GPE_03 J8 XZM_RST_LED XDD_SYS_RST SENSORD10 RESET POWER (1/2) (PAGE 3-3) D_3.0V MAX_5.0V IC401 A_3.0V LENS DRIVE (2/11)

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3-4E, 10 1 FLEXIBLE FLAT CABLE (FFC-092) FLEXIBLE FLAT CABLE (FFC-095)

BLK RED

2 CN402 50 2 CN301 38 1 51 1 39

BLK RED LOCK

4. PRINTED WIRING BOARDS AND SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS 4-1. FRAME SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM 12 1 CN001 Note: CN001 is no mount. (Direct solder) BT001 LITHIUM BATTERY MIC901

SW-494 MICROPHONE BLOCK BOARD

FLASH UNIT

RL-071/078 BOARD

LCD901 LCD MODULE CN101 Note: CN101 is no mount. 8 1 (Direct solder) 2.5INCH C901 BACKLIGHT COLOR CHARGING CAPACITOR LCD 1 CN001 11 2 12 LEVEL3

ST-160 BOARD FLEXIBLE FLAT CABLE CD-694 FLEXIBLE BOARD(FFC-094)

Note: CN701 is no mount. (Direct solder) 12 2 BT901 11 CN701 39 1 CN707 1 CN708 FLEXIBLE FLAT CABLE 12 1 38 CN713281BATTERY (FFC-093) TERMINALRED IC004 WHT (Not supplied) BLK IC003 (Not supplied) CN704 MEMORY STICK

CONNECTOR

IC211 (Not supplied)

LENS BLOCK

1 30 CN710

LEVEL3 LEVEL3 SY-169 BOARD SY-169 BOARD

(SIDE A) SP901 (SIDE B)SPEAKER

MC-176 BOARD (SIDE A)

1 30 26 2 CN101 Note: CN101 is no mount. 25 1 (Direct solder) 28 27

MC-176 BOARD (SIDE B)

CN102 MULTI CONNECTOR

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4-1 FRAME, 4-2. SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS Link MC-176 BOARD (MULTI CONNECTOR) ST-160 BOARD (FLASH DRIVE) SW-494 BOARD (CONTROL SWITCH) RL-071/078 BOARD (CONTROL SWITCH, MIC) COMMON NOTE FOR SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS, 4-2. SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS 4-2. SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS

THIS NOTE IS COMMON FOR SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS

(In addition to this, the necessary note is printed in each block) (For schematic diagrams) 1. Connection • All capacitors are in µF unless otherwise noted. pF : µ µ Pattern boxF. 50 V or less are not indicated except for electrolytics Color bar chart and tantalums. Pattern box PTB-450 For PTB-450: • Chip resistors are 1/10 W unless otherwise noted. J-6082-200-A J-6020-250-A Ω ork =1000 Ω, MΩ=1000 kΩ. Small pattern box For PTB-1450: • Caution when replacing chip parts. PTB-1450 J-6082-559-A New parts must be attached after removal of chip. J-6082-557-A Be careful not to heat the minus side of tantalum capacitor, Because it is damaged by the heat. L = 24 cm (PTB-450) • Some chip part will be indicated as follows. L = 11 cm (PTB-1450) Example C541 L452 22U 10UH Pattern box Front of the lens TA A 2520 L Camera Kinds of capacitor External dimensions (mm) Case size • Constants of resistors, capacitors, ICs and etc with XX indicate that they are not used. In such cases, the unused circuits may be indicated. 2. Adjust the distance so that the output waveform of • Parts with ★ differ according to the model/destination. Fig. a and the Fig. b can be obtain. Refer to the mount table for each function.

H

• All variable and adjustable resistors have characteristic curve B, unless otherwise noted. • Signal name XEDIT → EDIT PB/XREC → PB/REC • 2: non flammable resistor • 5: fusible resistor • C : panel designation • A : B+ Line • B : B– LineABA=BBA• J : IN/OUT direction of (+,–) B LINE. Fig. a (Video output terminal output waveform) • C : adjustment for repair. • A : not use circuit Electronic beam Precautions for Replacement of Imager scanning frame • If the imager has been replaced, carry out all the adjustments CRT picture frame for the camera section. • As the imager may be damaged by static electricity from its structure, handle it carefully like for the MOS IC. In addition, ensure that the receiver is not covered with dusts nor exposed to strong light. Fig.b (Picture on monitor TV) When indicating parts by reference number, please include the board name. The components identified by mark 0 or dotted line with mark 0 are critical for safety. Replace only with part number specified. Les composants identifiés par une marque 0 sont critiques pour la sécurité. Ne les remplacer que par une pièce portant le numéro spécifie. 4-2 Yellow Cyan Green White Magenta Red Blue, Schematic diagrams of the CD-694 flexible board and SY-169 board are not shown. Pages from 4-3 to 4-14 are not shown. DSC-W90_L2, 26 24 22 20 18 16 14 12 10864225 23 21 19 17 159753112345678

MC-176 BOARD A MULTI CONNECTOR A XX MARK:NO MOUNT Note:CN102 (multi connector) is not supplied,

but this is included in MC-176 complete board. ACV_GND 30 ACV_GND 29 ACV_GND 28 XPOWER_ON 27 UART TX 26 UART Rx 25 XACV_DET 24

B CHARGE_V 23 B

CHARGE_V 22 CHARGE_V 21 ACV_UNREG 20 ACV_UNREG 19 ACV_UNREG 18 REG_GND 17 HD Pr 16 REG_GND 15 HD Pb 14 CN102 (MULTI CONNECTOR) REG_GND 13 To AV/USB multi cable USB_VBUS USB_VBUS 12 HD Pr ACV_GND USB_GND

C USB_GND 11 HD Pb ACV_GNDUSB_DP C

USB_DP 10 USB_VBUS ACV_GND USB_DM USB_DM 9 USB_GND XPOWER_ON USB_GND USB_GND 8 USB_DP UART Tx AU_LINE_OUT AU_LINE_OUT 7 USB_DM A_GND A_GND 6 USB_GND V_OUT V_LINE_OUT 5 A_OUT_L UART Rx V_GND V_GND 4 A_GND CHARGE_V HDY3V_OUT XACV_DET REG_GND 2 V_GND CHARGE_V XACC_IN 1 HD Y ACV_UNREG XX CN101 XACC_IN ACV_UNREG

Note: CN101 is not mounted. Flexible flat cable (FFC-095) is D soldered to this location instead. D This FFC-095 is not supplied, but this is included in MC-176 complete board.

LND102 STATIC_GND

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4-15 MC-176,

XX

D003 D005

XX

3415D004

XX

• Refer to page 4-2 for mark 0. 12345678

SW-494 BOARD A CONTROL SWITCH A XX MARK:NO MOUNT Note: CN101 is not mounted. Flexible flat cable (FFC-092)

is soldered to this location instead. RB003 BT001 XX CN001 2200(LITHIUM BATTERY) 1234VL_3V15678REG_GND 2 D_3.0V 3 D001 D001 (AE/AF LOCK/SELF-TIMER)XAE_LOCK_LED 4 SML-510MWT86S D002 D002XSTRB_LED 5 R001SML-310YTT86 (FLASH CHARGING/RECORD) 2200 KEY_AD16Bvbz

B (FLASH) (DISP) (MACRO) (SET)KEY_AD2 7 B

XDIRECT_PB 8 LND002 BL_L 9 BL_L LND003 BL_H 10 BL_H MODE_DIAL2 112121212121MODE_DIAL1 S001 S004 S006 S008 S010124343434343

V

(SELF-TIMER) R005123456

C78C

LND001 STATIC_GND RB001 LND004 STATIC_GND21212121S009 S002 S005 S00743434343

AUTO

15 3 AUTO MENU HOME4W(ZOOM) T 16 HIGH SENS SOFT SNAP RB002 6 2200 TWILIGHT PORTRAIT121734COM TWILIGHT R00656

D 8 220078D

2 LANDSCAPE COM 9

LANDSCAPE BEACH

11 2 17 SNOW 12 S003 MOVIE4318 13 PROGRAM AUTO R007 14 2200 S011 (MODE DIAL) Note: S011 (Mode dial) is not supplied,

N

but this is included in SW-494 complete board.

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4-16 SW-494, D003 RB520S-40TE614321N.C HGND I_PEAK N.C G_IGBT VBATT N.C N.C N.C 9 10 11 12 • Refer to page 4-2 for mark 0. 12345678

ST-160 BOARD A FLASH DRIVE A XX MARK:NO MOUNT

L001 2.2uH D001 12P CN001 MA2YF8000LS0 LND019 ST_UNREG123XE_A(H) C007 ST_UNREG C0012 22u 220p R0064700 LND015 C+ TI_5.0V 3 6.3V R00450V141M LND017 STRB_ON 4 C901 + 315V 49uF TRIGGER STB_CHG_CNT 5 T001 CHARGING

FLASH

CAPACITOR TRIG_GND UNIT REG_GND 6 C004 LND018

B REG_GND 7 LND016 C- 0.047u250V LND020 B

STRB_CHG851XE_K(L) XSTRB_FULL962NC 1073AF_5.0V 1184XAF_LED 12 R002 CY25BAJ-8F-T23-G02 17 16 15 14 13 1M Q001 R003 C002 1u

PGND

C005 SW K1 A3 XX

C K2

4 3 PGND K352A2 IC001 1 A1 10V SW 6 TPS65552RGTR R005

C XX

D002 CHG CL-360S-TD4-X-TL VCC SELF-TIMER/ C006XX AF ILLUMINATOR XFULLF_ON 10V5678CL001

D D

XE-L XE-H TRIGGER_GND TRIGGER

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4-17 ST-160, D101 SML-412MWT861234

RL-071/078 BOARD Note: In this set, either RL-071 or RL-078 board is used. CONTROL SWITCH,MIC All mounted parts and schematic diagram are common A to both RL boards.XX MARK:NO MOUNT A

MIC901

MICROPHONE

LND101 BLOCK MIC_GND MIC_SIG LND10221S102 POWER43

B B

XX CN101 MIC_SIG 1 MIC_GND 2 (POWER) XPWR_ON 3 X_PWR_LED 4 D_3.0V 5 REG_GND 6 XSHUTTER_SW 7 XAE_LOCK_SW 8 S101 C001 Note: CN101 is not mounted. Flexible (SHUTTER) 0.047u flat cable (FFC-094) is soldered65C002

C to this location instead.

0.047u42C13LND103 STATIC_GND LND104 STATIC_GND

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4-18 RL-071/078, Signal location of the SY-169 board is not shown. Pages from 4-19 to 4-20 are not shown., 4-4. PRINTED WIRING BOARDS Link MC-176 BOARD ST-160 BOARD SW-494 BOARD RL-071/078 BOARD COMMON NOTE FOR PRINTED WIRING BOARDS, 4-4. PRINTED WIRING BOARDS 4-4. PRINTED WIRING BOARDS THIS NOTE IS COMMON FOR PRINTED WIRING BOARDS • : Uses unleaded solder. • Chip parts. • : Circuit board Transistor Diode : Flexible boardC6544565445333123Pattern from the side which enables seeing. : pattern of the rear sideBE123321123321212121654(The other layers’ patterns are not indicated) • Through hole is omitted. 1221324334654456• Circled numbers refer to waveforms. • There are a few cases that the part printed on diagram543345411221123321isn’t mounted in this model. 3 2 • C: panel designation414-21, Printed wiring boards of the CD-694 flexibile board and SY-169 board are not shown. Pages from 4-22 to 4-24 are not shown. DSC-W90_L2, 242424S009 S007 S00324131313S0081324R006 S01013AD004 K + – 2 4 S0013113D005451RB0022424S005 S0021313112 A D002 K CN001 A D001K1CN101 30 BT00124S00445617816 17133S011 9 15 18 14 13 2 12 11 10 R007 R005

MC-176 (4 layers), SW-494 (2 layers)

: Uses unleaded solder.

MC-176 BOARD (SIDE A) MC-176 BOARD (SIDE B)

- MC-176 >EP GW< 28 26 2 27 25 CN102 1 1- A871-499- 11 LND102 1-871-499- 11 05 05 (MULTI CONNECTOR) Note: CN101 is not mounted. Flexible flat cable (FFC-095) is soldered to this location instead. Note: CN102 (multi connector) is not supplied, This FFC-095 is not supplied, but this is included in MC-176 complete board. but this is included in MC-176 complete board.

SW-494 BOARD (SIDE A) SW-494 BOARD (SIDE B)

D001 (AE/AF LOCK/SELF-TIMER) W (ZOOM) T D002 (FLASH CHARGING/RECORD) Note: CN001 is not mounted. Flexible flat cable (FFC-092) is soldered to this location instead. 1 RB001 LND003 BT001

LITHIUM

LND002 BATTERY Note: S011 (Mode dial) is not supplied, but this is included in SW-494 complete board. N S011 (MODE DIAL)

MENU

v (DISP) 24281RB003 7 S006b13B(MACRO) z (SET) (FLASH)

CAUTION

R001 Danger of explosion if battery is incorrectly replaced.

Replace only with the same or equivalent type.

A D003 K 1-871-501- V LND001 (SELF TIMER) 11 12 1-871-501- 11 12 05 HOME LND004

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4-25 MC-176, SW-494, 1 Q001 5 D00312C002 C006 R00564- D00213>EP GW< C001 >EP GW< C00112125656S101 S1014343C002 C002

RL-078

>EP GW<

RL-078 B

LND104 1 CN101 8 1-874 -109- LND101LND102

B R

D101 R002

RL-071 B

LND104 1 CN101 8 1-871 -502- LND101 LND102

B R

L001 C001 + CL001 C005 LND019 LND015 LND02012+ T001 1 D001243D101 LND017 LND018 LND016 C0042424S102 S1021313>EP GW< 12 9 13 IC001 8 16514R006 C007 R004

ST-160 (4 layers), RL-071/078 (2 layers)

: Uses unleaded solder.

ST-160 BOARD (SIDE A) RL-071 BOARD (SIDE A)

FLASH UNIT XE_K (L) XE_A (H) LND103 TRIG_GND TRIGGERKAC901 (POWER)

CHARGING

CAPACITOR S101 S102 1-871-502- 12 05 (SHUTTER) POWER 1 11 CN001 2 12 1-871-500- 11 05 MIC901

MICROPHONE BLOCK RL-071 BOARD (SIDE B) ST-160 BOARD (SIDE B) ST-160 B

SELF-TIMER/ AF ILLUMINATOR 1-871-502- 12 R003 1-871-500- 11 05 Note: CN101 is not mounted. Flexible flat cable (FFC-094) is soldered to this location instead.

Note: In this set, either RL-071 or RL-078 board is used.

05 All mounted parts and schematic diagram are common to both RL boards.

RL-078 BOARD (SIDE A)

LND103 1-874-109- K A (POWER) S102 1-874-109- 11S101 05 (SHUTTER) A POWER MIC901

MICROPHONE BLOCK RL-078 BOARD (SIDE B)

1-874-109- 11 Note: CN101 is not mounted. Flexible flat cable (FFC-094) is soldered to this location instead.

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4-26E ST-160, RL-071/078,

NOTE

5. REPAIR PARTS LIST NOTE: Characters A to Z of the electrical parts list indicate location of exploded views in which the desired part is shown.

Link EXPLODED VIEWS

ABCCABINET SECTION MAIN BOARD SECTION LCD/BT HOLDER SECTION

D

LENS SECTION

Link ELECTRICAL PARTS LIST ACCESSORIES

MC-176 BOARD B ST-160 BOARD C SW-494 BOARD C RL-071/078 BOARD B, 5. REPAIR PARTS LIST 5. REPAIR PARTS LIST NOTE: • -XX, -X mean standardized parts, so they may have some differences from When indicating parts by reference number, the original one. please include the board name. • Items marked “*” are not stocked since they are seldom required for routine service. Some delay should be anticipated when ordering these items. The components identified by mark 0 or • The mechanical parts with no reference number in the exploded views are not dotted line with mark 0 are critical for safety. supplied. Replace only with part number specified. • Due to standardization, replacements in the parts list may be different from Les composants identifiés par une marque the parts specified in the diagrams or the components used on the set. 0 sont critiques pour la sécurité. • CAPACITORS: Ne les remplacer que par une pièce portant µ le numéro spécifié.uF: F • COILS uH: µH • RESISTORS • Color Indication of Appearance Parts All resistors are in ohms. Example: METAL: metal-film resistor (SILVER) : Cabinet’s Color METAL OXIDE: Metal Oxide-film resistor (Silver) : Parts Color F: nonflammable • SEMICONDUCTORS In each case, u: µ, for example: uA...: µA... , uPA... , µPA... , uPB... , µPB... , µPC... , µPC... , uPD..., µPD... • Abbreviation AR : Argentine model AUS : Australian model BR : Brazilian model CH : Chinese model CND : Canadian model EE : East European model HK : Hong Kong model J : Japanese model JE : Tourist model KR : Korea model NE : North European model TW : Taiwan model 5-1, 5. REPAIR PARTS LIST 5-1. EXPLODED VIEWS DISASSEMBLY HARDWARE LIST 5-1-1. CABINET SECTION45#6576#65 #65 #65 #65 Lens/Main Board Section (See Page 5-3) #65 3 Ref. No. Part No. Description Ref. No. Part No. Description 1 X-2177-048-1 CABINET (FRONT) ASSY (SILVER) 4 X-2177-060-1 CABINET (REAR) ASSY (BLACK) 1 X-2177-049-1 CABINET (FRONT) ASSY (BLACK) 5 3-099-626-01 SHEET, LCD WINDOW ADHESIVE * 2 3-197-910-01 SHEET, SY ELECTROSTATIC 6 3-099-624-01 WINDOW, LCD 3 3-099-623-01 CABINET, SIDE 7 3-099-625-01 PLATE, MODE 4 X-2177-059-1 CABINET (REAR) ASSY (SILVER) #65 2-635-591-01 SCREW (M1.4), NEW TRUSTAR P2 (Silver) 5-2, 5. REPAIR PARTS LIST

DISASSEMBLY HARDWARE LIST

5-1-2. MAIN BOARD SECTION ns: not supplied #65 LCD/BT Holder Section (See Page 5-4) 56 (Note 1) ns MIC901 54 55 ns 53 (FFC-093) 61 #5 62 65 ns 63 #5 64 66 SY-16 #309 #3 SP901 Lens Section (including IC003 (CCD imager) and 51 (See Page 5-5) CD-694 flexible complete board) (Note 2) Note 1: In this set, either RL-071 or RL-078 board is used. Note 2: Be sure to read “Precuations for Replacement of All mounted parts and schematic diagram are com- Imager” of level 3 on page 4-2. mon to both RL boards. Ref. No. Part No. Description Ref. No. Part No. Description 51 A-1253-157-A SY-169 BOARD, COMPLETE (SERVICE) * 64 3-099-635-01 SHEET, MC INSULATING 52 3-099-637-01 LABEL, FUSE * 53 3-099-634-01 SHEET, ST INSULATING 65 3-099-632-01 CABINET BOTTOM (SILVER) * 54 3-099-636-01 SHEET, RL INSULATING 65 3-099-632-11 CABINET BOTTOM (BLACK) 55 3-099-620-01 RETAINER, RELEASE 66 3-113-705-01 SHEET (PLUS), CD RADIATION 68 A-1253-767-A CCD BLOCK ASSY (including IC003 (CCD 56 A-1246-054-A RL-071 BOARD, COMPLETE (Note 1) IMAGER) and CD-694 flexible complete board) 56 A-1271-235-A RL-078 BOARD, COMPLETE (Note 1) (Note 2) 57 1-833-618-11 CABLE, FLEXIBLE FLAT (FFC-094) MIC901 1-542-721-11 MICROPHONE BLOCK 58 X-2177-054-1 RELEASE ASSY 59 3-099-621-01 CABINET, UPPER SP901 1-826-614-21 LOUD SPEAKER (1.0CM) #3 2-660-401-01 SCREW (M1.7), NEW TRU-STAR, P2 (Red) 60 3-099-622-01 SHAFT, STRAP #5 3-080-204-01 SCREW, TAPPING, P2 (Black) 61 A-1246-051-A MC-176 BOARD, COMPLETE #30 3-086-156-11 SCREW B1.2 (White) * 62 3-099-639-01 SHEET, MC RADIATION #65 2-635-591-01 SCREW (M1.4), NEW TRUSTAR P2 (Silver) * 63 3-099-629-01 RETAINER, MULTI 5-3, 5. REPAIR PARTS LIST

DISASSEMBLY HARDWARE LIST

5-1-3. LCD/BT HOLDER SECTION ns: not supplied 111 110 109 #5 105 BT001 LCD901 ns ! : BT001 (BATTERY, LITHIUM #65 SECONDARY) Board on the mount position. (See page 4-25) C901 ns 101 BT901 113 Note: Refer to HELP “Installation method of battery termi- (Note) nal board” when changing the service terminal (BT).

CAUTION

Danger of explosion if battery is incorrectly replaced. • Refer to page 5-1 for mark 0. Replace only with the same or equivalent type. Ref. No. Part No. Description Ref. No. Part No. Description 101 A-1246-052-A ST-160 BOARD, COMPLETE 111 1-833-616-11 CABLE, FLEXIBLE FLAT (FFC-092) 0102 1-480-014-11 FLASH UNIT * 112 3-198-159-01 SHEET, BT TERMINAL * 103 3-113-323-01 LABEL, MS CAUTION 113 X-2177-056-1 HOLDER ASSY, BT 104 3-099-631-01 SCREW, TRIPOD 0BT001 1-756-710-11 LITHIUM RECHARGEABLE BATTERY 105 3-099-627-01 FRAME, MAIN BT901 A-1257-452-A TERMINAL, SERVICE (BT) (Note) 106 3-099-633-01 SHEET, LC FLEXIBLE 0* C901 1-114-309-11 ELECT 49uF 315V * 107 3-100-059-01 SHEET, LC FLEXIBLE ADHESIVE LCD901 1-802-379-11 LCD MODULE (LQ025A3DD01) * 108 3-197-557-01 SHEET, LIGHT INTERCEPTION #5 3-080-204-01 SCREW, TAPPING, P2 (Black) 109 A-1246-053-A SW-494 BOARD, COMPLETE #65 2-635-591-01 SCREW (M1.4), NEW TRUSTAR P2 (Silver) * 110 3-100-060-01 SHEET, SW 5-4, 5. REPAIR PARTS LIST

HARDWARE LIST

5-1-4. LENS SECTION ns: not supplied ns #30 ns #30 (Note 2) M901 (Note 2) 154 ns (Note 1) 157 153 (Note 2)ns (Note 1) (Note 1) 156 (Note 2) #30 Note 1: Be sure to read “Exchange method of barrier block” Note 2: Be sure to read “Exchange method of zoom gear on page 2-6. block” on page 2-8. Ref. No. Part No. Description Ref. No. Part No. Description 151 A-1231-924-A LSV-1160A (SERVICE) 156 2-689-850-01 SPRING, FG LEAF (Note 2) 152 2-689-851-01 RING (A), ORNAMENTAL (Note 1) 157 2-689-871-01 GEAR, NARUTO (Note 2) 153 2-691-890-01 TAPE, BARRIER (Note 1) M901 1-479-864-11 GEAR BLOCK, ZOOM (1160) (Note 2) 154 A-1205-001-A BARRIER BLOCK ASSY (Note 1) #30 3-086-156-11 SCREW B1.2 (White) 155 2-689-849-01 SPRING, Z LEAF (Note 2) 5-5, Electrical parts list of the CD-694 flexible board is not shown. Page 5-6 is not shown.,

MC-176 RL-071 RL-078 ST-160 SW-494

5-2. ELECTRICAL PARTS LIST Ref. No. Part No. Description Ref. No. Part No. Description A-1246-051-A MC-176 BOARD, COMPLETE < IC > *********************** (Flexible flat cable (FFC-095) and CN102 are not supplied, IC001 6-707-555-01 IC TPS65552RGTR but they are included in MC-176 complete board.) < COIL > (Not supplied) CABLE, FLEXIBLE FLAT (FFC-095) * L001 1-400-820-11 INDUCTOR 2.2uH < CONNECTOR > < TRANSISTOR > CN102 (Not supplied) CONNECTOR, MULTIPLE (SOCKET) (MULTI CONNECTOR) 0*Q001 6-551-452-01 TRANSISTOR CY25BAJ-8F-T23-G02 < RESISTOR > A-1246-054-A RL-071 BOARD, COMPLETE A-1271-235-A RL-078 BOARD, COMPLETE R002 1-218-989-11 RES-CHIP 1M 5% 1/16W ********************** R003 1-218-941-11 RES-CHIP 100 5% 1/16W 0R004 1-216-121-11 RES-CHIP 1M 5% 1/10W Note: In this set, either RL-071 or RL-078 board is used. R006 1-218-961-11 RES-CHIP 4.7K 5% 1/16W All mounted parts and schematic diagram are com- mon to both RL boards. < TRANSFORMER > 1-833-618-11 CABLE, FLEXIBLE FLAT (FFC-094) 0T001 1-445-108-21 TRANSFORMER, D.C-D.C CONVERTER < CAPACITOR > A-1246-053-A SW-494 BOARD, COMPLETE C001 1-119-923-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.047uH 10% 10V ********************** C002 1-119-923-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.047uH 10% 10V (S011 (mode dial) is not supplied, but this is included in SW-494 complete board.) < DIODE > 1-833-616-11 CABLE, FLEXIBLE FLAT (FFC-092) D101 6-501-030-01 DIODE SML-412MWT86 (POWER) * 3-100-060-01 SHEET, SW < MICROPHONE > < LITHIUM BATTERY > MIC901 1-542-721-11 MICROPHONE BLOCK 0BT001 1-756-710-11 LITHIUM RECHARGEABLE BATTERY < SWITCH > < DIODE > * S101 1-786-912-21 TACTILE SWITCH (SHUTTER) D001 8-719-075-29 DIODE SML-510MWT86S S102 1-786-885-42 SWITCH, TACTILE (POWER) (AE/AF LOCK/SELF-TIMER) D002 8-719-077-34 DIODE SML-310YTT86 (FLASH CHARGING/RECORD) A-1246-052-A ST-160 BOARD, COMPLETE ********************** < RESISTOR > 0 1-480-014-11 FLASH UNIT R001 1-218-957-11 RES-CHIP 2.2K 5% 1/16W R005 1-218-957-11 RES-CHIP 2.2K 5% 1/16W < CAPACITOR > R006 1-218-957-11 RES-CHIP 2.2K 5% 1/16W R007 1-218-957-11 RES-CHIP 2.2K 5% 1/16W C001 1-100-611-91 CERAMIC CHIP 22uF 20% 6.3V C002 1-112-717-91 CERAMIC CHIP 1uF 10% 6.3V < COMPOSITION CIRCUIT BLOCK > 0C004 1-100-758-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.047uF 10% 250V C007 1-164-933-11 CERAMIC CHIP 220PF 10% 50V RB001 1-234-376-11 RES, NETWORK 2.2K (1005X4) 0*C901 1-114-309-11 ELECT 49uF 315V RB002 1-234-376-11 RES, NETWORK 2.2K (1005X4) RB003 1-234-376-11 RES, NETWORK 2.2K (1005X4) < CONNECTOR > < SWITCH > CN001 1-779-330-51 FFC/CONNECTOR, FPC (LIF (NON-ZIF)) 12P S001 1-786-885-42 SWITCH, TACTILE (V (SELF-TIMER)) < DIODE > S002 1-786-885-42 SWITCH, TACTILE (W (ZOOM)) S003 1-786-885-42 SWITCH, TACTILE (N) 0*D001 6-501-433-01 DIODE MA2YF8000LS0 S004 1-786-885-42 SWITCH, TACTILE (B (FLASH)) * D002 6-501-861-01 DIODE CL-360S-TD4-X-TL S005 1-786-885-42 SWITCH, TACTILE (T (ZOOM)) (SELF-TIMER/AF ILLUMINATOR) D003 6-500-619-01 DIODE RB520S-40TE61 S006 1-786-885-42 SWITCH, TACTILE (v (DISP)) S007 1-786-885-42 SWITCH, TACTILE (MENU) S008 1-786-885-42 SWITCH, TACTILE (b (MACRO)) • Refer to page 5-1 for mark 0. CAUTION Danger of explosion if battery is incorrectly replaced.

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5-7,

SW-494

Ref. No. Part No. Description Ref. No. Part No. Description S009 1-786-885-42 SWITCH, TACTILE (HOME) S010 1-786-885-42 SWITCH, TACTILE (z (SET)) S011 (Not supplied) ROTARY SWITCH (MODE DIAL) Electrical parts list of the SY-169 board is not shown. Pages 5-9 to 5-13 are not shown. 5-8,

Checking supplied accessories.

Note 1: This item is supplied with the unit as an accessory, but Other accessories is not prepared as a service part. 3-095-004-11 MANUAL, INSTRUCTION (ENGLISH) (EXCEPT US, BR) 3-095-004-21 MANUAL, INSTRUCTION (FRENCH, ITALIAN) (CND, AEP) 3-095-004-31 MANUAL, INSTRUCTION (SPANISH, PORTUGUESE) (AEP, E, AR) 3-095-004-41 MANUAL, INSTRUCTION (GERMAN, DUTCH) (AEP) 3-095-004-51 MANUAL, INSTRUCTION (TRADITIONAL CHINESE, SIMPLIFIED CHINESE) (E, HK, CH) Battery Charger Battery Charger BC-CSGB BC-CSGB 3-095-004-61 MANUAL, INSTRUCTION (RUSSIAN) (AEP) 0 1-479-791-22 (US, CND) 0 1-479-791-32 3-095-004-71 MANUAL, INSTRUCTION (ARABIC, PERSIAN) (E) (EXCEPT US, CND, 3-095-004-81 MANUAL, INSTRUCTION (KOREAN) (KR) E: Latin America, BR) 3-095-004-91 MANUAL, INSTRUCTION (POLISH, CZECH) (AEP) BC-CSGC 3-095-005-11 MANUAL, INSTRUCTION (HUNGARIAN, SLOVAK) (AEP) 0 1-480-175-31 (E: Latin America) 3-095-005-21 MANUAL, INSTRUCTION (SWEDISH, FINNISH) (AEP) 3-095-005-31 MANUAL, INSTRUCTION (NORWEGIAN, DANISH) (AEP) 3-095-005-41 MANUAL, INSTRUCTION (THAI, MALAY) (E) 3-095-005-51 MANUAL, INSTRUCTION (TURKISH, GREEK) (AEP) 3-095-005-61 MANUAL, INSTRUCTION (ENGLISH, SPANISH) (US) 3-094-994-01 HANDBOOK (PDF) (JAPANESE) (Note 2) 3-094-994-11 HANDBOOK (PDF) (ENGLISH) (Note 2) USB, A/V Cable for Power Cord Multi-use Terminal 1-555-074-91 (AUS) 3-094-994-21 HANDBOOK (PDF) (FRENCH) (Note 2)0 1-829-866-41 1-782-476-71 (CH) 3-094-994-31 HANDBOOK (PDF) (ITALIAN) (Note 2)0 0 1-823-947-71 (KR) 3-094-994-41 HANDBOOK (PDF) (SPANISH) (Note 2) 0 1-827-269-31 (UK, HK) 0 1-827-826-41 (AEP, E) 3-094-994-51 HANDBOOK (PDF) (PORTUGUESE) (Note 2) 0 1-832-106-31 (AR) 3-094-994-61 HANDBOOK (PDF) (GERMAN) (Note 2) 3-094-994-71 HANDBOOK (PDF) (DUTCH) (Note 2) 3-094-994-81 HANDBOOK (PDF) (TRADITIONAL CHINESE) (Note 2) 3-094-994-91 HANDBOOK (PDF) (SIMPLIFIED CHINESE) (Note 2) 3-094-995-11 HANDBOOK (PDF) (RUSSIAN) (Note 2) 3-094-995-21 HANDBOOK (PDF) (ARABIC) (Note 2) Rechargeable Battery Pack Battery Case 3-094-995-31 HANDBOOK (PDF) (PERSIAN) (Note 2) NP-BG1 (Note 1) 3-094-995-41 HANDBOOK (PDF) (KOREAN) (Note 2) (Note 1) 3-094-995-51 HANDBOOK (PDF) (POLISH) (Note 2) 3-094-995-61 HANDBOOK (PDF) (CZECH) (Note 2) 3-094-995-71 HANDBOOK (PDF) (HUNGARIAN) (Note 2) 3-094-995-81 HANDBOOK (PDF) (SLOVAK) (Note 2) 3-094-995-91 HANDBOOK (PDF) (SWEDISH) (Note 2) 3-094-996-11 HANDBOOK (PDF) (FINNISH) (Note 2) Wrist Strap CD-ROM 2-050-981-01 (Cyber-shot Application Software/ 3-094-996-21 HANDBOOK (PDF) (NORWEGIAN) (Note 2) “Cyber-shot Handbook”/ 3-094-996-31 HANDBOOK (PDF) (DANISH) (Note 2) “Cyber-shot Step-up Guide”) 3-094-996-41 HANDBOOK (PDF) (THAI) (Note 2) 3-094-911-01 (EXCEPT US) 3-094-996-51 HANDBOOK (PDF) (MALAY) (Note 2) 3-196-435-01 (US) 3-094-996-61 HANDBOOK (PDF) (TURKISH) (Note 2) 3-094-996-71 HANDBOOK (PDF) (GREEK) (Note 2) Conversion (2P) Adaptor Note 2: Handbooks (PDF) of each language are included in 0 1-569-008-12 (E: NTSC) CD-ROM (Cyber-shot Application Software). • Refer to the page 5-1 for mark 0. 5-14E,

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#1: M1.7 X 2.5 #2: M1.7 X 4.0 #3: M1.7 X 2.5 #4: M1.4 X 2.5 (Tapping) (Black) (Black) (Red) (Dark Silver) 2-635-562-11 2-635-562-31 2-660-401-01 3-348-998-81 1.7 1.7 1.7 1.4 2.5 4.0 2.5 2.5 #5: M1.7 X 3.5 (Tapping) #6: M1.4 X 1.7 #7: M1.7 X 1.6 #8: M1.7 X 3.5 (Tapping) (Black) (Silver) (Black) (Silver) 3-080-204-01 2-598-474-01 7-627-552-18 3-078-890-01 1.7 1.4 1.7 1.7 3.5 1.7 1.6 3.5 #9: M1.7 X 5.0 (Tapping) #10: M1.7 X 4.0 #11: M1.7 X 4.0 (Tapping) #12: M1.7 X 5.0 (Tapping) (Silver) (Silver) (Silver) (Black) 3-078-890-21 2-599-475-31 3-078-890-11 3-080-204-21 1.7 1.7 1.7 1.7 5.0 4.0 4.0 5.0 #13: M1.7 X 2.5 (Tapping) #14: M1.7 X 2.5 #15: M1.4 X 1.5 #16: M1.4 X 2.5 (Silver) (Silver) (Silver) (Silver) 3-085-397-01 2-599-475-11 3-062-214-01 2-586-337-01 1.7 1.7 1.4 1.4 2.5 2.5 1.5 2.5 #17: M1.7 X 1.5 #18: M1.4 X 2.5 #19: M1.2 X 4.0 (Tapping) #20: M1.4 X 3.0 (Silver) (Silver) (Red) (Silver) 2-586-389-01 2-635-591-21 3-086-156-21 2-635-591-31 1.7 2.2 1.4 1.2 1.4 1.5 2.5 4.0 3.0 3.5,

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#21: M1.4 X 3.0 #22: M1.7 X 5.0 (Tapping) #23: M1.7 X 4.0 (Tapping) #24: B1.7 X 5.5 (Tapping) (Black) (Silver) (Black) (Black) 2-662-396-21 3-083-261-01 3-080-204-11 4-679-805-11 1.4 1.7 1.7 1.7 3.0 5.0 4.0 5.5 #25: M1.7 X 3.0 #26: M1.4 X 2.0 #27: M1.4 X 2.0 #28: M1.4 X 4.0 (Tapping) (Black) (Silver) (Black) (Dark Silver) 2-635-562-21 2-635-591-11 2-662-396-11 3-348-998-61 1.7 1.4 1.4 1.4 3.0 2.0 2.0 4.0 #29: M1.4 X 2.5 #30: M1.2 X 4.0 (Tapping) #31: M3.0 X 4.0 #32: M2.0 X 4.5 (Tapping) (Black) (White) (Silver) (Silver) 2-662-396-01 3-086-156-11 2-102-434-01 2-102-498-01 1.4 1.2 3.0 2.0 2.5 3.5 4.0 4.5 #33: M3.0 X 6.0 #34: M3.0 X 8.0 #35: M4.0 X 6.0 (Tapping) #36: M3.0 X 6.0 (Silver) (Black) (Silver) (Silver) 3-077-331-21 3-077-331-41 3-975-291-02 4-886-821-11 3.0 3.0 4.0 3.0 6.0 8.0 6.0 6.0 #37: M2.0 X 6.0 (Tapping) #38: M3.0 X 20.0 (Tapping) #39: M2.6 X 5.0 (Tapping) #40: M2.0 X 4.0 (Tapping) (Black) (Silver) (Black) (Silver) 3-080-206-31 7-685-651-79 7-685-791-09 7-685-851-04 3.0 2.0 2.6 2.0 20.0 6.0 5.0 4.0,

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#41: M3.0 X 8.0 (Tapping) #42: M2.0 X 4.0 (Tapping) #43: M1.7 X 4.0 #44: M1.7 X 3.0 (Tapping) (Silver) (Silver) (Red) (Silver) 3-065-748-01 7-628-253-00 2-660-401-31 3-078-890-61 3.0 2.0 1.7 1.7 8.0 4.0 4.0 3.0 #45: M1.4 X 2.5 #46: M1.7 X 3.0 #47: M1.4 X 3.0 (Tapping) #48: M1.7 X 2.5 (Silver) (Red) (Silver) (Silver) 2-587-151-01 2-660-401-11 2-665-774-01 3-973-497-91 1.4 1.7 1.4 1.7 2.5 3.0 3.0 2.5 #49: M2.0 X 4.0 #50: M2.0 X 3.0 #51: M2.0 X 2.5 #52: M2.0 X 4.0 (Tapping) (Black) (Red) (Silver) (Black) 2-630-005-31 2-891-494-11 3-073-686-01 3-080-206-11 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 4.0 3.0 4.0 2.5 #53: M2.0 X 5.0 (Tapping) #54: M1.75 X 6.0 (Tapping) #55: M2.0 X 4.0 #56: M2.0 X 3.5 (Black) (Black) (Silver) (Silver) 3-080-206-21 3-318-203-11 2-655-582-11 3-067-187-11 2.0 1.75 2.0 2.0 5.0 6.0 4.0 3.5 #57: M1.7 X 4.0 #58: M2.0 X 6.0 (Tapping) #59: M2.0 X 5.0 (Tapping) #60: M2.6 X 5.0 (Black) (Silver) (Silver) (Black) 7-627-852-18 3-719-408-11 3-080-205-21 3-061-062-11 1.7 2.0 2.0 2.6 4.0 6.0 5.0 5.0,

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#61: M3.0 X 10.0 #62: M2.0 X 3.0 #63: M5.0 X 12.5 #64: M1.7 X 5.0 (Tapping) (Black) (Silver) (Black) (Silver) 7-682-549-09 3-080-202-21 3-060-811-21 2-666-551-21 3.0 2.0 5.0 1.7 10.0 12.53.0 5.0 #65: M1.4 X 3.5 #66: M1.4 X 1.4 #67: M1.4 X 2.0 #68: M1.7 X 4.0 (Silver) (Silver) (Silver) (Silver) 2-635-591-01 2-635-591-41 3-389-523-16 2-655-581-01 1.4 1.4 1.4 1.7 3.5 1.4 2.0 4.0 #69: M1.7 X 3.0 #70: M1.7 X 5.0 #71: M1.4 X 2.0 (Silver) (Silver) (Red) 2-599-475-21 2-599-475-41 3-208-537-01 1.7 1.7 1.4 3.0 5.0 2.0, [Description of main button functions on toolbar of the Adobe Acrobat Reader Ver5.0 (for Windows)] Toolbar Printing a text Reversing the screens displayed once 1. Click the Print button . • To reverse the previous screens (operation) one by one, click 2. Specify a printer, print range, number of copies, and other op- the . tions, and then click [OK]. • To advance the reversed screens (operation) one by one, click the . Application of printing: To set a range to be printed within a page, select the graphic Application to the Service Manual: selection tool and drag on the page to enclose a range to This function allows you to go and back between circuit dia- be printed, and then click the Print button. gram and printed circuit board diagram, and accordingly it will be convenient for the voltage check. Finding a text 1. Click the Find button . Moving with link 2. Enter a character string to be found into a text box, and click the [Find]. (Specify the find options as necessary) 1. Select either palm tool , zoom tool , text selection tool , or graphic selection tool . Application to the Service Manual: 2. Place the pointer in the position in a text where the link exists To execute “find” from current page toward the previous pages, (such as a button on cover and the table of contents page, or select the check box “Find Backward” and then click the blue characters on the removal flowchart page or drawing “Find”. page), and the pointer will change to the forefinger form . 3. Then, click the link. (You will go to the link destination.) Moving with bookmark: Click an item (text) on the bookmark pallet, and you can move to the link destination. Also, clicking can display the hidden items. (To go back to original state, click ) 3. Open the find dialog box again, and click the [Find Again] and you can find the matched character strings displayed next. (Character strings entered previously are displayed as they are in the text box.) Application to the Service Manual: The parts on the drawing pages (block diagrams, circuit dia- grams, printed circuit boards) and parts list pages in a text can be found using this find function. For example, find a Ref. No. of IC on the block diagram, and click the [Find Again] continuously, so that you can move to the Ref. No. of IC on Zooming or rotating the screen display the circuit diagram or printed circuit board diagram succes- “Zoom in/out” sively. • Click the triangle button in the zoom control box to select the Note: The find function may not be applied to the Service display magnification. Or, you may click or for zoom- Manual depending on the date of issue. ing in or out. Switching a page • To move to the first page, click the . • To move to the last page, click the . “Rotate” • To move to the previous page, click the . • Click rotate tool , and the page then rotates 90 degrees each. • To move to the next page, click the . Application to the Service Manual: The printed circuit board diagram you see now can be changed to the same direction as the set.,

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