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HCD-TZ100/TZ200/TZ300

SERVICE MANUAL E Model


Australian Model
HCD-TZ200

Mexican Model
HCD-TZ100/TZ200/TZ300
Ver. 1.1 2009.08

Photo: HCD-TZ200

HCD-TZ100/TZ200/TZ300 are the amplifier, DVD/CD


and tuner section in DAV-TZ100/TZ200/TZ300.

This system incorporates with Dolby* Digital and Dolby Pro Logic (II) Model Name Using Similar Mechanism HCD-DZ290K/DZ590K
adaptive matrix surround decoder and the DTS** Digital Surround System.
Mechanism Type CDM85-DVBU102
* Manufactured under license from Dolby Laboratories.
Dolby, Pro Logic, and the double-D symbol are trademarks of Dolby Optical Pick-up Name KHM-313CAA
Laboratories.
** Manufactured under license under U.S. Patent #s:
5,451,942; 5,956,674; 5,974,380; 5,978,762; 6,487,535 & other U.S.
and worldwide patents issued & pending. DTS and DTS Digital
Surround are registered trademarks and the DTS logos and Symbol are
trademarks of DTS, Inc. 1996-2008 DTS, Inc. All Rights Reserved.

SPECIFICATIONS

Amplifier Section USB Section Latin American models: 110 V - 240 V AC,
Stereo mode (rated) 65 W + 65 W (at 3 ohms, (USB) port: 50/60 Hz
1 kHz, 1% THD) Maximum current: 500 mA Other models: 220 V - 240 V AC,
Surround mode (reference) RMS output power 50/60 Hz
FL/FR/C/SL/SR*: 83 Tuner Section Power consumption On: 100 W
watts (per channel at 3 System PLL quartz-locked digital Standby: 0.3 W (at the
ohms, 1 kHz, 10% THD) synthesizer Power Saving mode)
Subwoofer*: 85 watts (at 3 FM Tuner section Dimensions (approx.) 430 mm 67 mm 335
ohms, 80 Hz, 10% THD) Tuning range mm (w/h/d) incl.
North American models: 87.5 MHz - 108.0 MHz projecting parts
* Depending on the decoding mode settings and the (100 kHz step) Mass (approx.) 3.5 kg
source, there may be no sound output. Other models: 87.5 MHz - 108.0 MHz
Inputs (Analog) (50 kHz step) Supported file format
TV/VIDEO (AUDIO IN) Sensitivity: 450/250 mV Antenna (aerial) FM wire antenna (aerial) MP3 (MPEG 1 Audio Layer-3)
Antenna (aerial) terminals 75 ohms, unbalanced File Extension: mp3
Super Audio CD/DVD System Intermediate frequency 10.7 MHz Bitrate: 32 kbps - 320 kbps
Laser Diode Properties Emission Duration: Sampling frequencies: 32/44.1/48 kHz
Continuous Video Section
Laser Output: Less than Outputs VIDEO: 1 Vp-p 75 ohms WMA (USB device only)
44.6W HDMI OUT: Type A (19 File Extension: wma
pin) Bitrate: 48 kbps - 192 kbps
* This output is the value measurement at a distance
Sampling frequencies: 44.1 kHz
of 200mm from the objective lens surface on the General
Optical Pick-up Block with 7mm aperture. Power requirements
Signal format system North American and Mexican models: Continued on next page
Mexican and Latin American models: 120 V AC, 60 Hz
NTSC Argentine models: 220 V - 240 V AC,
Other models: NTSC/PAL 50/60 Hz

DVD RECEIVER
9-889-531-02 Sony Corporation
2009H04-1 Audio&Video Business Group
2009.08 Published by Sony Techno Create Corporation
HCD-TZ100/TZ200/TZ300
Ver. 1.1

AAC (USB device only)


File Extension: m4a
Laser component in this product is capable of emitting radiation
Bitrate: 48 kbps - 320 kbps exceeding the limit for Class 1.
Sampling frequencies: 44.1 kHz

DivX
File Extension: avi/divx This appliance is classified as
Video codec: DivX video a CLASS 1 LASER product.
Bitrate: 8 Mbps (MAX) This marking is located on the
Frame rate: 30 fps rear or bottom exterior.
Resolution: 720 576
Audio codec: MP3

MPEG4
CAUTION
File format: MP4 File Format
File Extension: mp4/m4v Use of controls or adjustments or performance of procedures
Video codec: MPEG4 Simple Profile other than those specified herein may result in hazardous radia-
(AVC is not compatible.) tion exposure.
Bitrate: 4 Mbps
Frame rate: 30 fps
Resolution: 720 576 NOTES ON CHIP COMPONENT REPLACEMENT
Audio codec: AAC-LC (HE-AAC is not
compatible.) Never reuse a disconnected chip component.
DRM: Not compatible Notice that the minus side of a tantalum capacitor may be dam-
aged by heat.
Design and specifications are subject to change
without notice.
FLEXIBLE CIRCUIT BOARD REPAIRING
Keep the temperature of soldering iron around 270 C during
MODEL IDENTIFICATION repairing.
Back Panel Do not touch the soldering iron on the same conductor of the
circuit board (within 3 times).
Be careful not to apply force on the conductor when soldering
or unsoldering.

UNLEADED SOLDER
Parts No.
Boards requiring use of unleaded solder are printed with the lead-
Model Part No. free mark (LF) indicating the solder contains no lead.
TZ200: E12 model 4-121-420-0[]
(Caution: Some printed circuit boards may not come printed with
the lead free mark due to their particular size)
TZ200: E3, SAF model 4-121-420-1[]
TZ200: SP model 4-121-420-2[] : LEAD FREE MARK
TZ200: PH model 4-121-420-3[] Unleaded solder has the following characteristics.
TZ200: TH model 4-121-420-4[] Unleaded solder melts at a temperature about 40 C higher
than ordinary solder.
TZ200: E32 model 4-121-420-5[]
Ordinary soldering irons can be used but the iron tip has to be
TZ200: MX model 4-121-420-7[] applied to the solder joint for a slightly longer time.
TZ200: AUS model 4-121-420-8[] Soldering irons using a temperature regulator should be set to
TZ200: EA model 4-121-420-9[] about 350 C.
Caution: The printed pattern (copper foil) may peel away if
TZ300: MX model 4-121-421-2[]
the heated tip is applied for too long, so be careful!
TZ100: MX model 4-121-421-4[] Strong viscosity
TZ200: AR model 4-121-421-6[] Unleaded solder is more viscous (sticky, less prone to flow)
than ordinary solder so use caution not to let solder bridges
Abbreviation occur such as on IC pins, etc.
AR : Argentina model
Usable with ordinary solder
AUS : Australian model
E3 : 240V AC area in E model It is best to use only unleaded solder but unleaded solder may
E12 : 220 240V AC area in E model also be added to ordinary solder.
E32 : 110 240V AC area in E model
EA : Saudi Arabia model
MX : Mexican model
PH : Philippines model
SAF : South African model
SP : Singapore model
TH : Thai model

SAFETY-RELATED COMPONENT WARNING!

COMPONENTS IDENTIFIED BY MARK 0 OR DOTTED LINE


SPECIAL COMPONENT NOTICE
WITH MARK 0 ON THE SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS AND IN
THE PARTS LIST ARE CRITICAL TO SAFE OPERATION.
The components identified by mark 9 contain confidential infor-
REPLACE THESE COMPONENTS WITH SONY PARTS mation.
WHOSE PART NUMBERS APPEAR AS SHOWN IN THIS Strictly follow the instructions whenever the components are re-
MANUAL OR IN SUPPLEMENTS PUBLISHED BY SONY. paired and/or replaced.

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

1. SERVICING NOTES ............................................. 4 5-4. Block Diagram POWER Section ................................ 24


5-5. Printed Wiring Board MAIN Section (1/2)................. 26
2. DISASSEMBLY 5-6. Printed Wiring Boards MAIN Section (2/2) ............... 27
2-1. Case ................................................................................ 7 5-7. Schematic Diagram MAIN Section (1/8) ................... 28
2-2. Loading Panel ................................................................. 7 5-8. Schematic Diagram MAIN Section (2/8) ................... 29
2-3. DVD Mechanism Deck ................................................... 8 5-9. Schematic Diagram MAIN Section (3/8) ................... 30
2-4. Front Panel Section ......................................................... 8 5-10. Schematic Diagram MAIN Section (4/8) ................... 31
2-5. Back Panel Section ......................................................... 9 5-11. Schematic Diagram MAIN Section (5/8) ................... 32
2-6. POWER Board ................................................................ 9 5-12. Schematic Diagram MAIN Section (6/8) ................... 33
2-7. MAIN Board ................................................................... 10 5-13. Schematic Diagram MAIN Section (7/8) ................... 34
2-8. USB Board ...................................................................... 10 5-14. Schematic Diagram MAIN Section (8/8) ................... 35
2-9. Tray ................................................................................. 11 5-15. Printed Wiring Boards FL, SWITCH Section ............ 36
2-10. Belt .................................................................................. 11 5-16. Schematic Diagram FL Section .................................. 37
2-11. MS-203 Board................................................................. 12 5-17. Schematic Diagram SWITCH Section ....................... 38
2-12. Base Unit......................................................................... 12 5-18. Printed Wiring Boards USB, JOG Section ................. 39
2-13. Optical Pick-up ............................................................... 13 5-19. Printed Wiring Board POWER Section ...................... 40
5-20. Schematic Diagram POWER Section ......................... 41
3. TEST MODE ............................................................ 14
6. EXPLODED VIEWS
4. ELECTRICAL ADJUSTMENTS ........................ 19 6-1. Overall Section ............................................................... 53
6-2. Front Panel Section ......................................................... 54
6-3. Chassis Section ............................................................... 55
5. DIAGRAMS
6-4. DVD Mechanism Deck Section (CDM85-DVBU102) .. 56
5-1. Block Diagram RF Section ......................................... 21
5-2. Block Diagram AUDIO/VIDEO Section ................... 22
5-3. Block Diagram AMP Section ..................................... 23 7. ELECTRICAL PARTS LIST .............................. 57

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SECTION 1
SERVICING NOTES
How to open the disc table when power switch turns off
NOTES ON HANDLING THE OPTICAL PICK-UP
Insert a tapering driver into the aperture of the unit bottom, and
BLOCK OR BASE UNIT
slide it in the direction of the arrow.
The laser diode in the optical pick-up block may suffer electro-
static break-down because of the potential difference generated by Lever is moved in the direction
the charged electrostatic load, etc. on clothing and the human body. of the arrow with the thin rod.
During repair, pay attention to electrostatic break-down and also
use the procedure in the printed matter which is included in the
repair parts.
The flexible board is easily damaged and should be handled with
care.

NOTES ON LASER DIODE EMISSION CHECK


The laser beam on this model is concentrated so as to be focused tray
on the disc reflective surface by the objective lens in the optical
pickup block. Therefore, when checking the laser diode emission,
observe from more than 30 cm away from the objective lens.

LASER DIODE AND FOCUS SEARCH


1. Open the case and turn POWER on with no disc inserted.
2. Confirm that the following operation is performed while
observing the objecting lens from the clearance of DVD Precaution when installing a new OP unit/
mechanism deck. Precaution before unsoldering the static electricity
1) Confirm that laser beam is spread. prevention solder bridge
2) Up and down motion of the objective lens. (2 times)

DISC TRAY LOCK


The disc tray lock function for the antitheft of an demonstration
disc in the store is equipped.
Setting Procedure :
1. Press the [?/1] button to turn the set on.
2. Press the [FUNCTION] button to set DVD function.
3. Insert a disc.
4. Press the [x] button and the [Z] button simultaneously for five
seconds.
5. The message LOCKED is displayed and the tray is locked.
Releasing Procedure :
1. Press the [x] button and the [Z] button simultaneously for five
seconds again.
2. The message UNLOCKED is displayed and the tray is
unlocked.
Note: When LOCKED is displayed, the tray lock is not released by
turning power on/off with the [?/1] button.
When installing a new OP unit, be sure to connect the flexible
On cleaning discs, disc/lens cleaners printed circuit board first of all before removing the static electricity
Do not use cleaning discs or disc/lens cleaners (including wet prevention solder bridge by unsoldering.
or spray types). These may cause the apparatus to malfunction. Remove the static electricity prevention solder bridge by
unsoldering after the flexible printed circuit board has already been
IMPORTANT NOTICE connected.
Caution: This system is capable of holding a still video image or (Do not remove nor unsolder the solder bridge as long as the OP
on-screen display image on your television screen indefinitely. unit is kept standalone.)
If you leave the still video image or on-screen display image
displayed on your TV for an extended period of time you risk
permanent damage to your television screen.
Projection televisions are especially susceptible to this.

Attention when transported


Use this mode when returning the set to the customer after repair.
Procedure:
1. Press the [?/1] button to turn the set on.
2. Press the [FUNCTION] button to set the function DVD.
3. Remove all discs, and then press two buttons [N] and [?/1]
simultaneously.
4. After a message MECHA LOCK is displayed on the
fluorescent indicator tube, pull out the AC plug.
5. To exit from this mode, press the [?/1] button to turn the set
on.

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Discharge the charged electricity in capacitors to prevent electric shock as follows


When disassembling the machine, be sure to discharge the charged electricity in the following capacitors.
Use a resistor of 800 ohms, 2 Watts for discharging the following capacitors.

POWER board
C903: 390V
C932, C933, C934, CN904: 30V

Point of capacitor discharge for C932, C933, C934:


Connect to the red and black wire of CN904.

800:/2W

Point of capacitor discharge for C903:


Connect to the foot of C903.

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SECTION 2
DISASSEMBLY
This set can be disassembled in the order shown below.

SET

2-1. CASE
(Page 7)

2-2. LOADING PANEL


(Page 7)

2-3. DVD MECHANISM DECK


(Page 8)

2-4. FRONT PANEL SECTION 2-9. TRAY


(Page 8) (Page 11)

2-5. BACK PANEL SECTION 2-8. USB BOARD 2-10. BELT 2-12. BASE UNIT
(Page 9) (Page 10) (Page 11) (Page 12)

2-6. POWER BOARD 2-11. MS-203 BOARD 2-13. OPTICAL PICK-UP


(Page 9) (Page 12) (Page 13)

2-7. MAIN BOARD


(Page 10)

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

2-1. CASE
4 case

2 screw
(case 3 TP2)

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

1 screw
(case 3 TP2)

2-2. LOADING PANEL

3 loading panel

2
tray

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2-3. DVD MECHANISM DECK

6 DVD mechanism deck


4 two screws
(+BV3 (3-CR))
5 screw
(+BV3 (3-CR))

2 CN1201 (6P)

1 wire (flat type) (24 core)


(CN1101)

3 wire (flat type) (5 core)


(CN1202)

2-4. FRONT PANEL SECTION

4 screw
(+BV3 (3-CR))
5 holder (wire)

1 wire (flat type) (17 core)


(CN506)
two claws

7 claw

6 two screws
(+BV3 (3-CR))
8 front panel section

2 CN2101 (5P)
3 four screws
7 claw
(+BV3 (3-CR))

USB board

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2-5. BACK PANEL SECTION

7 back panel section 6 screw


(+BVTP 3 u8)
5 screw
(+B 3 u6)

2 wire (flat type) (9 core) 3 two screws


(CN4000) (+BVTP 3 u8)

4 two screws
(+BVTP 3 u8)

1 CN901 (2P)

2-6. POWER BOARD

7 POWER-RECT board

6 Remove the four solders.

1 CN906 (13P)

3 three screws 2 CN904 (4P)


(+PWH 3 u8)

4 five screws
(+PWH 3 u8)

8 POWER board

5 holder PC board

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2-7. MAIN BOARD

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

5 heat sink section

6 holder (IC)
7 three screws
8 two screws (+BV3 (3-CR))
(+BV3 (3-CR))

9 MAIN board
1 two screws
(+BV3 (3-CR))
2 plate insulated (POM)

3 shield plate (PC)


(AUS, EA, SAF model)

2-8. USB BOARD

3 screw
(+BVTP 2.6 (3CR))

2 two screws
(+BVTP 2.6 (3CR))

1 two screws
(+BVTP 2.6 (3CR))

7 wire

6 CN5201 (5P)

4 front chassis (DSY)

8 USB board

5 two claws

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2-9. TRAY

 Move the chuck cam


in the direction of the arrow.

bottom side

 two claws


 tray

2-10. BELT

 chuck cam

 belt

 two claws

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2-11. MS-203 BOARD

 MS-203 board

 DC motor

 three claws

 screw
(M 1.7 2.5)

2-12. BASE UNIT

 two claws
 chuck cam

 two claws

 base unit

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2-13. OPTICAL PICK-UP

 FFC holder

 two insulator screws


 two insulator screws  two insulators

 optical pick-up
 two insulators (KHM-313CAA)

 two claws

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SECTION 3
TEST MODE
Note: Incorrect operations may be performed if the test mode is not 2-4. Key Test Mode
entered properly. Procedure:
In this case, press the [?/1] button to turn the power off, and 1. When the display test mode is activated, press the [N] button,
retry to enter the test mode. to select the key test mode.
2. To enter the KEY test mode, the fluorescent indicator displays
K0 V0. Each time an another button is pressed, KEY value
1. Cold Reset
increases. However, once a button is pressed, it is no longer
The cold reset clears all data including preset data stored
taken into account. When all keys are pressed correctly, K9
in the RAM to initial conditions. Execute this mode when
V0 is displayed.
returning the set to the customers.
3. When the [VOLUME] control is turned in the direction of (+),
Procedure:
V0 is changed to V1, then ... V9.
1. Press the [?/1] button to turn the power on.
When the [VOLUME] control is turned in the direction of (),
2. Press three buttons [x], [N] and [?/1] simultaneously.
V0 is changed to V9, then ... V1.
3. When this button is operated, display as COLD RESET for
4. To exit from this mode, press three buttons [x], [.] and
a while and all of the settings are reset.
[FUNCTION] simultaneously.
2. Panel Test Mode
3. Disc Tray Lock
This mode is used to check the software version, FL and
The disc tray lock function for the antitheft of an demonstra-
KEY.
tion disc in the store is equipped.
Setting Procedure :
2-1. Display Test Mode
1. Press the [?/1] button to turn the set on.
Procedure:
2. Press the [FUNCTION] button to set DVD function.
1. Press the [?/1] button to turn the power on.
3. Insert a disc.
2. Press three buttons [x], [.] and [FUNCTION] simultane-
4. Press the [x] button and the [Z] button simultaneously for five
ously.
seconds.
3. When the display test mode is activated, all segments are turned
5. The message LOCKED is displayed and the tray is locked.
on. When the mode in, lamps of MOVIE, MUSIC and
Releasing Procedure :
i-ENHANCER are turn off.
1. Press the [x] button and the [Z] button simultaneously for five
4. To exit from this mode, press three buttons [x], [.] and
seconds again.
[FUNCTION] simultaneously.
2. The message UNLOCKED is displayed and the tray is
unlocked.
2-2. Version Test Mode Note: When LOCKED is displayed, the tray lock is not released by
Procedure: turning power on/off with the [?/1] button.
1. When the display test mode is activated, press the [.] button
and the message KY0 (TZ100), KY0 (TZ200), KY1 4. DVD Ship Mode
(TZ300) are displayed, the version test mode is activated. Use this mode when returning the set to the customer after
2. Whenever the [.] button is pressed, the display changes in repair.
the following order. Procedure:
KY0 (Model name) t ASIA2*1 (Destination) t MC Version 1. Press the [?/1] button to turn the set on.
2. Press the [FUNCTION] button to set the function DVD.
*1: ASIA2 changes depending on destination. 3. Remove all discs, and then press two buttons [N] and [?/1]
3. Press the [>] button and the date of the software production simultaneously.
is displayed. 4. After a message MECHA LOCK h UNPLUG is dis-
4. Press the [>] button again and the version is displayed. played on the fluorescent indicator tube, pull out the AC plug.
5. To exit from this mode, press three buttons [x], [.] and 5. To exit from this mode, press the [?/1] button to turn the set
[FUNCTION] simultaneously. on.

2-3. FL Pattern Test Mode


Procedure:
1. When the display test mode is activated, press the [x] button,
to select the FL pattern test mode. When the FL pattern test
mode, half segments of FL display.
2. Press the [x] button, half segments of FL display.
3. Next press the [x] button, all segments of FL display is turn
on.
4. To exit from this mode, press three buttons [x], [.] and
[FUNCTION] simultaneously.

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5. Product Out DVD SECTION


This mode moves the optical pick-up to the position durable
to vibration and clears all data including preset data stored in 7-1. GENERAL DESCRIPTION
the RAM to initial conditions. Use this mode when returning The IOP measurement allows you to make diagnosis and ad-
the set to the customer after repair. justment simply by using the remote commander and moni-
Procedure: tor TV. The instructions, diagnosis results, etc. are given on
1. Press the [?/1] button to turn the power on. the on-screen display (OSD).
2. Press the [FUNCTION] button to set the function DVD. Be sure to execute the IOP measurement when a BU (Base
3. Remove all discs, and then press three buttons [x], [Z] and Unit) is replaced.
[VOLUME+] simultaneously.
4. Displayed to message initialize all data ... on the fluorescent 7-2. HOW TO ENTER TEST MODE
indicator tube when pressing in turn the [4] t [DVD MENU] While pressing the [x] and [Z] buttons simultaneously, turn
t [CLEAR] buttons on the remote commander. [VOLUME] control in the direction of (+) with the DVD player
5. After the STANDBY blinking display finishes, the message in power on.
MECHA LOCK h UNPLUG is displayed on the The Test Mode starts, displayed SERVICE IN on this model
fluorescent indicator tube disconnect the AC power plug, then display then the menu shown below will be displayed on the TV
the product out mode is set. screen.
* The display of the Model Name of the Remocon Diagnosis
6. Color System Change (Except E32 model) Menu change with the model and the destination. Refer to
Color system change to video signal format (NTSC/PAL). below on the model name.
Procedure: TZ100 : KY0
1. Press the [?/1] button to turn the set on. TZ200 : KY0
2. Press the [FUNCTION] button to set the function DVD. TZ300 : KY1
3. Press the [?/1] button to turn the set OFF.
Remocon Diagnosis Menu
4. Press two buttons [.] and [?/1] simultaneously, and the
display of fluorescent indicator tube changes to COLOR 0. External Chip Check
PAL or COLOR NTSC. 1. Servo Parameter Check
2. Drive Manual Operation
3. Emergency History
4. Version Information

*1
Model Name : KY0_XX
IF-con : Ver. XX.XX (XXXX)
Syscon : Ver. X.XXX
*1: Changes depending on destination

The menu above is the Remocon Diagnosis Menu screen which


consists of five main functions. At the bottom of the menu screen,
the model name and IF-con version. To exit from the Test Mode,
press the [?/1] button on the remote commander.

7-3. EXECUTING IOP MEASUREMENT


In order to execute IOP measurement, the following standard pro-
cedures must be followed.

(1) In power on, while pressing the [x] and [Z] buttons simultane-
ously, turn the [VOLUME] control in the direction of (+).

Remocon Diagnosis Menu

0. External Chip Check


1. Servo Parameter Check
2. Drive Manual Operation
3. Emergency History
4. Version Information

*1
Model Name : KY0_XX
IF-con : Ver. XX.XX (XXXX)
Syscon : Ver. X.XXX
*1: Changes depending on destination

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(2) Select 2. Drive Manual Operation by pressing the [2] button 7-4. EMERGENCY HISTORY
on the remote commander. The screen will appear as shown. To check the emergency history, please follow the following
procedure.
Drive Manual Operation
(1) From the Top Menu of Remocon Diagnosis Menu, select 3.
1. Servo Control Emergency History Check by pressing the [3] button on the
2. Track/Layer Jump
remote commander. The following screen appears on the on-
3. Manual Adjustment
4. Tray Aging Mode screen display.
5. MIRR time adjust
Emg. History Check
0. Return to Top Menu
Laser Hours CD 999h 59min
(3) Select 3. Manual Adjustment by pressing the [3] button on DVD 999h 59min
the remote commander. The screen will appear as shown.
01. 01 05 04 04 00 92 46 00
00 00 00 00 00 00 23 45
Manual Adjust
02. 02 02 01 01 00 A9 4B 00
00 00 00 00 00 00 23 45
1. Track Balance Adjust:
2. Track Gain Adjust: [Next] Next Page [Prev] Prev Page
3. Focus Balance Adjust: [O] Return to Top Menu
4. Focus Gain Adjust:
5. Eq Boost Adjust: (2) You can check the total time when the laser is turned on
6. Iop: during playback of DVD and CD from the above menu. The
7. TRV. Level: maximum time, which can be displayed are 999h 59min.
8. S curve(FE) Level:
(3) You can check the error code of latest 10 emergency history
9. RFL(PI) Level:
0. MIRR Time: from the above menu. To view the previous or next page of
emergency history, press [.] or [>] button on the remote
O o Change Value commander. The error code consists of the following three
[RETURN] Return to previous menu blocks. The first block indicates the error code. The second
block indicates the parameter and the third block indicates the
time of error code as shown below.
(4) Select 6. IOP by pressing the [6] button on the remote
commander. Error Code

(5) Wait until a hexadecimal number appear. Emg. History Check

Manual Adjust Laser Hours CD 999h 59min


DVD 999h 59min
1. Track Balance Adjust: *1 *2
2. Track Gain Adjust: 01. 01 05 04 04 00 92 46 00
3. Focus Balance Adjust: 00 00 00 00 00 00 23 45 *3
4. Focus Gain Adjust: 02. 02 02 01 01 00 A9 4B 00
5. Eq Boost Adjust: 00 00 00 00 00 00 23 45
6. Iop. 52:
7. TRV. Level: [Next] Next Page [Prev] Prev Page
8. S curve(FE) Level: [O] Return to Top Menu
9. RFL(PI) Level:
0. MIRR Time:
*1 : Error Code
*2 : Parameter of error code
O o Change Value *3 : Time of error code
[RETURN] Return to previous menu
The meaning of error code is as below:
01: Communication error (No reply from syscon)
(6) Convert each data from hexadecimal to decimal using
02: Syscon hung up
conversion table.
03: Power OFF request when syscon hung up
19: Thermal shutdown
(7) Please find the label on the rear of the BU (Base Unit).
24: MoveSledHome error
The default IOP value is written in the label.
25: Mechanical move error (5 Changer)
26: Mechanical move stack error
(8) Subtract between these two values.
30: DC motor adjustment error
31: DPD offset adjustment error
(9) If the remainder is smaller than 93 (decimal), then it is
32: TE balance adjustment error
OK. However if the value is higher than 93, then the BU is
33: TE sensor adjustment error
defective and need to be change.
34: TE loop gain adjustment error
35: FE loop gain adjustment error
(10) Press the [RETURN] button on the remote commander to
36: Bad jitter after adjustment
return back to previous menu.
40: Focus NG
42: Focus layer jump NG
(11) Press the [0] button on the remote commander to return to Top
51: Spindle stop error
Menu.
52: Open kick spindle error

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60: Focus on error 7-4-4. Return to the Top Menu of Remocon Diagnosis
61: Seek fail error Menu
62: Read Q data/ID error Press [0] button on the remote commander.
70: Lead in data read fail
71: TOC read time out (CD) 7-5. CHECK VERSION INFORMATION
80: Cant buffering To check the version information, please follow the following
81: Unknown media type procedure.

7-4-1. Clear the Laser Hour (1) From the Top Menu of Remocon Diagnosis Menu, select 4.
Press [ DISPLAY] button and then press [CLEAR] button on the Version Information by pressing the [4] button on the remote
remote commander. The data for both CD and DVD data are reset. commander. The following screen appears on the on-screen
display.
Emg. History Check
Version information
Laser Hours CD 0h 0min
DVD 0h 0min
Firm (Main) : Ver. xxxxx
01. 01 05 04 04 00 92 46 00 Firm (Sub) : xxxxx
00 00 00 00 00 00 23 45 RISC : xxxxx
02. 02 02 01 01 00 A9 4B 00 8032 : xxxxx
00 00 00 00 00 00 23 45 Audio DSP : xxxxx
Servo DSP : xxxxx
[Next] Next Page [Prev] Prev Page
[O] Return to Top Menu Phy,Adr, : F,F,F,F,
[O] Return to Top Menu
7-4-2. Clear the Emergency History
Press [DVD TOP MENU] button and then press [CLEAR] button To return to the Top Menu of Remocon Diagnosis Menu, press
on the remote commander. The error code for all emergency history [0] button on the remote commander.
would be reset.
8. AMP TEST MODE
Emg. History Check This mode is used to measurement and test of the AMP con-
nection.
Laser Hours CD 999h 59min Procedure:
DVD 999h 59min
1. Press the [?/1] button to turn the power on.
01. 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 2. Press three buttons [x], [N] and [Z] simultaneously. When
00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 the this mode, blink to segments (SA-CD and CAT) on FL
02. 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 display.
00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 3. Press [DISPLAY] button of the remote commander. When the
this mode is displayed as MEASURE on FL display.
[Next] Next Page [Prev] Prev Page
[O] Return to Top Menu
Whenever the [DISPLAY] button is pressed, the AMP test
mode changes in the following order.
MEASURE t SAFETY
7-4-3. Clear the Initialize Setup Data
Press [DVD MENU] button and then press [CLEAR] button on the MEASURE: AMP measurement mode
remote commander. SAFETY: AMP regulations, temperature, character mode
4. Press [MUTING] button on the remote commander. When the
Emg. History Check this mode is displayed as VOL N on FL display.
Whenever the [MUTING] button is pressed, the VOL test
Laser Hours CD 999h 59min
DVD 999h 59min mode changes in the following order.
VOL N t VOL M/M
initialize setup data...
VOL N: Turn the [VOLUME] control, the display is
change in succession (MIN y MAX)
VOL M/M: Turn the [VOLUME] control in the direction of
[Next] Next Page [Prev] Prev Page (+) is change to MIN, turn the direction of ()
[O] Return to Top Menu is change to MAX.
5. To exit from this mode, press the [?/1] button to COLD
RESET and turn the power off.

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9. DEMO PLAY MODE OUT


It is a mode to release the demonstration reproduct by the dedicated
demonstration disc.
1. During playback the DEMO Disc, press the [x] and [N]
buttons for five seconds simultaneously.
2. The message DEMO OFF is displayed, a mode to reproduct
the demonstration is released.

10. PROTECTION FACTOR (SD DETECTION/


DC DETECTION) IDENTIFICATION TEST MODE
When an error is detected, the FL tube alternately displays
PROTECTOR h PUSH POWER.
Press the [?/1] button.
r
* Buttons other than the [?/1] button are invalid.
STANDBY blinks three times on the FL tube.
r
The protection release state (POWER OFF) is established.
(No FL tube display)
r Press the [?/1] button two times.
The power to the system turns on, and the normal operation is
established. (Restore)

During the protection state:


1. If the AC plug is connected or disconnected during the
protection state, the protection state is released, and the
normal operation is established. (The protection state is not
maintained.)
2. The protection factor is displayed by pressing the [RETURN]
t [3] t [2] t [0] t [0] t [ANGLE] buttons of the
remote commander.
(during the PROTECTOR h PUSH POWER display).
k When SD is detected: Repeats
SD DETECT h PROTECTOR.
k When DC is detected: Repeats
DC DETECT h PROTECTOR.

PL: SD detection
When the L output from the SD (shutdown) port on the
S-MASTER POWER Driver Shutdown and voltage descent
(15V or less) of 30V power supply (PVDD) are detected.
DC detection
When the L output from the power/speaker error detection
circuit (DC detection port) is detected for two seconds
continually, the power system other than that of the FL tube
is turned off, and the protection state is established.

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SECTION 4
ELECTRICAL ADJUSTMENTS
DVD SECTION
When the optical pick-up assy is replaced, perform the
EXECUTING IOP MEASUREMENT.

EXECUTING IOP MEASUREMENT (See page 15)

TUNER SECTION
[FM Tune Level Check]

generator

FM ANTENNA
SET
OUT (75 :)

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

* Carrier Freq : A = 87.5 MHz, B = 98 MHz, C = 108 MHz


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

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

3. Set to FM tuner function and tune A, B and C signals.


4. Confirm TUNED is lit on the display for A, B and C signals.

The mark of TUNED means The selected station signal is


received in good condition.

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MEMO

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SECTION 5
DIAGRAMS
5-1. BLOCK DIAGRAM RF Section

CN1105

6 RFMON
RF
10 DVDRFIP V2REFO (2.8V) 27 5 V2REFO
(SERVICE CONNECTOR)
RXD 105 2 RXD
TXD 106 1 TXD
VOA/A
6 DVDA
VOB/B
DETECTOR 7 DVDB
VOC/C
8 DVDC
VOD/D
D 9 DVDD
C
B
A
VOE/E+G IC4002
17 TNI A/D CONVERTER
VOF/F+H
18 TPI
MC_DATA (ADIN) 206 9 DOUT
A IC1101 (1/2) L-IN
11 NA VINL 13
B CD/DVD RF AMP, AUDIO/VIDEO
OPTICAL PICK-UP
C
12 NB
FOCUS/TRACKING ERROR AMP,
6 SCKI
R-IN
B SECTION
BLOCK 13 MC 7 LRCK VINR 14
(KHM-313CAA) D DVD SYSTEM CONTROL, DSP (Page 22)
14 MD 8 BCK

VC 28 V20 (2.0V)

LASER LD (780) Q1102 (1/2)


IC471
DIODE LD DRIVE 22 LD01
BUFFER
(FOR CD) CONTROL (FOR CD)
MCKO
ACLK 203 2 18
LRCKO
ALRCK 205 4 16
PD 19 MDI1
BCKO
20 MDI2 ABCK 204 5 15 AMP
LASER Q1102 (2/2) AMP_D3 A SECTION
LD (650) ASDATA2 223 6 14
DIODE LD DRIVE 21 LD02 (Page 23)
AMP_D2
(FOR DVD) CONTROL (FOR DVD) ASDATA1 225 7 13
AMP_D1
ASDATA0 226 8 12

VR (650) Q1101
PD VOLUME MSW
VR (780)
CONTROL 54
IOP

IC503 (1/4)
MSW SYSTEM CONTROL
IC1201 (LIMITSW)
Q1103 FOCUS/TRACKING DRIVER, XSYSRST
VCC LOADING/SPINDLE/SLED MOTOR DRIVER 53 LIMITSW XSYSRST 108 45 DVD RST

IFSCK
IFCK 98 49 DVD_SCO
42
BUFFER 40 39 IOPMON IFSDO
41 IFSDO 97 48 DVD_SOD
VREFO IFSDI
43 29 VREFO [1.4V] IFSDI 100 47 DVD_SID
XIFCS
XIFCS 99 51 DVD XIFCS
FCS+ FMO
36 FOCUS COIL 48 37 FMO
2AXIS FCS- DRIVE FOO FOO
37 1 41 FOO
DEVICE OCSW 104 44 CDM_OPEN_SW
FOCUS/ 12 DMO
36 DMO
TRACKING TRK+ TRO
COIL 35 TRACKING COIL 3 40 TRO IFBSY 110 50 DVD_XIFBUSY
TRK- TRO
34 DRIVE 4
9 CKSW 103
FMO
REG02 10
DMO
13
REG01 32 16 94 FWD
BUFFER
SL-
31 17 95 REV
XSYSRST x SIGNAL PATH
AUDIO/VIDEO
(SLED MOTOR) M SL+
30 15 38 TROPENPWM C SECTION : TUNER
29 SLED MOTOR 6
DRIVE (Page 22)
7
SPFG
: DVD PLAY
45 35 OP_INP
SP+
27 SPINDLE MOTOR 19 157 MUTE123
(SPINDLE MOTOR) M SP-
28 DRIVE 20 158 MUTE
22 130 TSD_M S001
(CHUCK/TRAY DETECT)
21
OCSW OCSW1/REV
46
BUFFER CKSW CKSW/FWD
47
LDM+
25
MCS LDM-
24
M001
M (LOADING MOTOR)

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5-2. BLOCK DIAGRAM AUDIO/VIDEO Section

IC4003
J4000 (1/2) INPUT SELECT
L-IN
L 5 Y1 Y 3 RF
TV VIDEO AUDIO
R-IN B SECTION
IN 2 Y2 R-CH
R R-CH (Page 21)
4 Y3 B 9
IC503 (2/4)
1 Y0 SYSTEM CONTROL
IC505
Q4000 EEPROM
TU4001 ASEL0
A 10 84 IO_CE/ASEL0 E2P_SDA/S_AIR_SDA 30 5 SDA
FM L-CH
E2P_CLK/S_AIR_CLK 29 6 SCL
TUNER R-CH
R-CH
ANTENNA PACK TUNED TUNED
80 TUNED
DI DI
75: FM 77 ST_DI/MIC_DATA
DO DO CN507
COAXIAL 78 ST_DO
CL CL I2C_DATA
79 ST_CLK/MIC_CLK 4
CE CE I2C_CLK
76 ST_CE 3

CN508
CEC_RX_IN RST1
6 CEC_RX_IN S_AIR_DET/RST1 34 3
CEC_TX_OUT CLK1
26 CEC_TX_OUT S_AIR_GPIO2/CLK1 33 5

FLASH
TXD1 WRITE
CVBS 187 I2C_DATA/TXD1 31 2
RXD1
I2C_CLK/RXD1 32 6
CNVSS 9 CNVSS
7
CN1701 RESET
8
TX2P 180 1 TMDS DATA2 +

V_SEL0
TX2N 179 3 TMDS DATA2
TX1P 177 4 TMDS DATA1 +
TX1N 176 6 TMDS DATA1 81 RESET POWER
TX0P 174 7
D SECTION
TMDS DATA0 +
TX0N 173 9 TMDS DATA0 (Page 24)
TCKP 171 10 TMDS CLOCK +
IC4000
TCKN 170 12 TMDS CLOCK

V_SEL0
VIDEO SWITCH/BUFFER
HDMI OUT
1 1 SW
4 19 HPD J4000 (2/2)
HTPLG 162 2 4 IN2
IC1707 6 IN1 OUT 2 VIDEO OUT
IC1705 +6V 18 +5V POWER
HDMI POWER +5V REG.
CONTROL CEC_RX_IN Q9724,9726,
CEC_TX_OUT Q9728,9729 13 CEC
CEC RX/TX I/F
IC1103 15 SCL
Q1701
EEPROM
IC1101 (2/2) LEVEL SHIFT 16 SDA
DVD SYSTEM CONTROL, DSP
SDA
SCL
WF

7 6 5

IC2101
VBUS OVER CURRENT DETECT
112 101 102 161 159
DDC_DA
SDA
SCL
EEWP

DDC_CLK

VBUS_OC 197 1 3 USB 5V


XROMCS

DRCLK

DQM0
DQM1
_RWE
_RCS

_RAS
_CAS
XWR
XRD

HA0HA21 RA0RA11

CKE
BA0
BA1
HD0HD7 RD0RD15 VBUS CN5200
1
5664,6775,77, 139141,143,144 D-
79,80,8286,89 76 78 66 117113,119129 137 138 146 136 133 135 134 111 132 147 USB_DM 45 2
87,91,92 149155 D+
USB_DP 44 3
HD0HD7 A0A21 GND
4

VBUS_SW POWER
A1A21

E
XROMCS

VBUS_OE 196
HD0HD7 SECTION
A0

XWR
XRD

(Page 24)
29,31,33,35,
45 2516,101,48 26 28 11
2,4,5,7,8,10,11,13,42,
2226,2935 20 21 38 19 16 18 17 15 39 37 x R-ch is omitted due to same as L-ch.
38,40,42,44 44,45,47,48,50,51,53
DQ15/A-1 A0A19,NC A0A11 x SIGNAL PATH
CE
OE
WE

BA0
BA1
CLK
/CS
/WE
/RAS
/CAS
LDQM
UDQM
CLKE
DQ0DQ7 DQ0DQ15
: VIDEO
IC1102 IC1104
RF XSYSRST
C 12 RESET FLASH ROM SDRAM : TUNER
SECTION
(Page 21)

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5-3. BLOCK DIAGRAM AMP Section

IC3001
S-MASTER PROCESSOR
AMP_D1 AMP_D3
31 DATA
AMP_D2
MCK0
RF AMP_D3 36 XFSIIN
SECTION
A BCKO
BCK0
30 BCK
LRCK0 IC3000
(Page 21) LRCKO 29 LRCK
DIGITAL POWER AMP
MCKO 25 OVF FLAGL TB3001
OVF2
24 OVF FLAGR WF
SCDT OUTR1(+) 6 8 PWM_B OUT_B 36 LPF (+)
21 SCDT
SHIFT WF SUBWOOFER
22 SCSHIFT OUTR2() 4 6 PWM_A
LAT3 OUT_A 39 LPF ()
23 SCLATCH ONLY FOR
INIT C 7 /RESET_AB
27 INIT OUTL1(+) 11 SS-WS96
Q3005,3006
C
SOFTMUTE OUTL2() 9 DC BALANCE
19 SOFTMUTE
DETECT
FS0I 38

XFS0IN 48
18 PWM_D OUT_D 28 LPF (+)
CENTER
16 PWM_C
OUT_C 31 LPF ()
IC3005 ONLY FOR
17 /RESET_CD
S-MASTER PROCESSOR SS-CT91

/SD
Q3007,3008
AMP_D1 5
31 DATA DC BALANCE
DETECT
IC3004
MCK0
36 XFSIIN DIGITAL POWER AMP
BCK0
30 BCK
LRCK0
29 LRCK OUTL1(+) 11 6 PWM_A OUT_A 39 LPF (+)
25 OVF FLAGL FRONT L
OVF1 OUTL2() 9 8 PWM_B
24 OVF FLAGR OUT_B 36 LPF ()
SCDT
21 SCDT OUTR1(+) 6 7 /RESET_AB
SHIFT
22 SCSHIFT Q3013,3014
LAT1 OUTR2() 4
23 SCLATCH DC BALANCE TB3001
INIT DETECT
27 INIT SPEAKER
FS0CKOUT 37
SOFTMUTE FS0I 38
IC503 (3/4) 19 SOFTMUTE
SYSTEM CONTROL IC3007
XFS0IN 48 CLOCK
IC307 16 PWM_C OUT_C 31 LPF (+)
OSCILLATOR
DATA SELECT FRONT R
XFS0OUT 14 18 PWM_D
OUT_D 28 LPF ()
2
17 /RESET_CD
5

/SD
1 X3000 Q3015,3016
6 49.1MHZ 5 DC BALANCE
DETECT ONLY FOR
IC3003 SS-TS96
LINK_SW 63 IC3002
AMP_D2 S-MASTER PROCESSOR
DIGITAL POWER AMP
31 DATA
SR
MCK0 OUTL1(+) 11 6 PWM_A OUT_A 39 LPF (+)
36 XFSIIN
BCK0 SR SUR L
30 BCK OUTL2() 9 8 PWM_B
LRCK0 OUT_B 36 LPF ()
SCDT 29 LRCK SL
DAMP_SCDT/DIR_DIN 1 OUTR1(+) 6 7 /RESET_AB
SHIFT 25 OVF FLAGL
DAMP_SHIFT/DIR_CLK 2 SCDT SL Q3009,3010
LAT1 21 SCDT OUTR2() 4
DAMP LAT1 59 SHIFT DC BALANCE
LAT2 22 SCSHIFT
DAMP LAT2 60 LAT2 DETECT
LAT3 23 SCLATCH
DAMP LAT3 61 INIT FS0I 38
INIT 27 INIT
DAMP INIT 57
SOFTMUTE
SOFT MUTE 58 SOFTMUTE XFS0IN 48
OVF1 19 SOFTMUTE
OVERFLOW1 55 16 PWM_C OUT_C 31 LPF (+)
OVF2 24 OVF FLAGR
OVERFLOW2 56 XFS0OUT 14 SUR R
18 PWM_D
OUT_D 28 LPF ()
EN
DRIVE RST(EN) 54 17 /RESET_CD

/SD
Q3011,3012
Q3000 3003 DC BALANCE
5
B+ DOWN PROTECT +26V DETECT
SD_PVDD_DET
SD/PVDD_DET 67
Q3004
x SIGNAL PATH DC_DET 66
DC-DET
DC BALANCE
: TUNER EN
PROTECT
Q502,503 POWER
BUFFER F SECTION
(Page 24)

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5-4. BLOCK DIAGRAM POWER Section

IC503 (4/4) T5000


SYSTEM CONTROL DC/DC
D5000 CONVERTER
TRANSFORMER
IC5001

CONVERTER
F901 (AC IN)
FL DISPLAY T901

DC/DC
Q5000
DRIVER LF901,902
S5103,5114 MAIN D901
D931 FILTER
FUNCTION TRANSFORMER
95 KEY1 +26V
KEY
VEE 30 (DIGITAL AMP)
D5001
D5002 IC901
S51005102 SWITCHING
5V (FL)
FUNCTION REGULATOR
97 KEY0
KEY
3 D
FL_CLK/LED_CLK 7 8 CLK 15
S5400 D905
FL_DATA/LED_DATA 5 7 DIN S2 16 Q901


@/1 29 F1 ND5000 4 VCC
FL_STB 3 9 STB FLUORESCENT POWER CONTROL
F2
INDICATOR
D501 42
G1 12 TUBE


31 1 OCP/SYNC
D906 D907
73 KEY_INT

PC901
S5113 5 FB/OLP
ROTARY IC932 FEED BACK
VOLUME
SWITCH SHUNT REG.
S5111
OPERATION Q943,947 PC903
ROTARY
DIAL POWER DOWN STANDBY
SWITCH PVDD_CON
.> PVDD_CON 52 DETECT CONTROL

S5109 Q949,950
IC1105 AMP EN
N 94 KEY2 +3.3V3
+3.3V REG. SECTION F POWER
(IC1101) PROTECT
(Page 23)

IC1107
RF+3.3V
+3.3V REG.
(IC1101)
AUDIO/VIDEO RESET
SECTION D T903
SUB
(Page 22) +3.3V2
IC1708 D912
TRANSFORMER
+3.3V REG. M+14V
(IC1101) M+14V
IC506 Q501 +3.3V1
E4V 12 RESET 12V IC941
RESET RESET (IC1101) A12V
+12V REG.
20 AC CUT
P.CONT1 P.CONT1
P.CONT1 39
F945 D916
IC509 M+9V Q945
IC5002 USB 5V M+9V
+5V REG. B+ SWITCH
REMOTE
4 SIRCS_IN FR929
CONTROL AUDIO/VIDEO VBUS_SW IC4001
RECEIVER SECTION E +9V
+9V REG.
(Page 22)

PS956 IC921
D911
IC507 6V SWITCHING
+5V
+5V REG. REGULATOR
PVDD-MON 53 +6V

IC1110 7 VIN
+1.8V 9 D
+1.8V REG.
(IC1101)
IC510
D3.3V PS954 D947 D902 DZ904
+3.3V REG. E+4V Q922
E4V 4 VCC
13 Xout IC3006 +21V REG.
+1.8V 2 FB
X501 +1.8V REG.
5MHz E3.3V 1 ZC
15 Xin D503
IC504
5V
+5V REG.
(FL)
PC902
IC5000 IC923 FEED BACK
SW3.3V
+3.3V REG. SHUNT REG.
D923
Q921
P.CONT3 P.CONT3 Q930 PC904
WRITE EMP P_CONT3 41 POWER STANDBY
CONTROL CONTROL

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HCD-TZ100/TZ200/TZ300
Ver. 1.1

THIS NOTE IS COMMON FOR PRINTED WIRING BOARDS AND SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS. Waveforms
(In addition to this, the necessary note is printed in each block.)
MAIN Board
For Printed Wiring Boards. For Schematic Diagrams.
Note: Note:  IC1101  (DVDRFIP)  IC1101 YD (XTALO) RB IC4002  (BCK)
X : Parts extracted from the component side. All capacitors are in F unless otherwise noted. (p: pF) 50
a : Through hole. WV or less are not indicated except for electrolytics and 3.2Vp-p
: Pattern from the side which enables seeing. tantalums.
(The other layers patterns are not indicated.) All resistors are in and 1/4 W or less unless otherwise
specified.
Caution: f : Internal component.
Pattern face side: Parts on the pattern face side seen C : Panel designation. 27MHz 1.5Vp-p
(SIDE B) from the pattern face are indicated. 325nsec
Parts face side: Parts on the parts face side seen from Note: The components identified by mark 0 or dotted 600mVp-p
(SIDE A) the parts face are indicated. line with mark 0 are critical for safety. 200 mV/DIV, 100 ns/DIV 500 mV/DIV, 20 ns/DIV 1 V/DIV, 100 ns/DIV
Replace only with part number specified.
Indication of transistor.
A : B+ Line.
 IC1101 [ N (CVBS)  IC4000  (IN2) RT IC503 RE (Xout)
B : B Line. 1.3Vp-p 1.3Vp-p
C 3.4Vp-p
Voltages and waveforms are dc with respect to ground
Q These are omitted. under no-signal (detuned) conditions.
B E Voltages and waveforms are dc with respect to ground in
service mode.
Waveforms are taken with a oscilloscope. 5MHz
Voltage variations may be noted due to normal production
tolerances. H H
no mark : TUNER 500 mV/DIV, 20 s/DIV 500 mV/DIV, 20 s/DIV 1 V/DIV, 100 ns/DIV
BC E < > : DVD PLAY
These are omitted. * : Impossible to measure  IC1101 YD (ACLK)  IC4000  (OUT) RE IC3007  (3Y)
Voltages are taken with VOM (Input impedance 10 M).
2.6Vp-p
Circled numbers refer to waveforms.
Abbreviation Signal path.
AR : Argentina model F : TUNER
AUS : Australian model J : DVD PLAY
E3 : 240V AC area in E model L : VIDEO
E12 : 220 240V AC area in E model Abbreviation 2.2Vp-p 49.1MHz 4.5Vp-p
E32 : 110 240V AC area in E model AR : Argentina model 40.7nsec H
EA : Saudi Arabia model AUS : Australian model
MX : Mexican model E3 : 240V AC area in E model 1 V/DIV, 20 ns/DIV 1 V/DIV, 20 s/DIV 1 V/DIV, 10 ns/DIV
PH : Philippines model E12 : 220 240V AC area in E model
SAF : South African model E32 : 110 240V AC area in E model  IC1101 YW (ABCK)  IC4002  (SCKI) RG IC3005 SL (XFSOIN)
SP : Singapore model EA : Saudi Arabia model
TH : Thai model MX : Mexican model 3.2Vp-p
PH : Philippines model
SAF : South African model
SP : Singapore model
TH : Thai model
2.2Vp-p 49.1MHz 4Vp-p
325nsec 40.7nsec
Circuit Boards Location
1 V/DIV, 100 ns/DIV 1 V/DIV, 20 ns/DIV 1 V/DIV, 10 ns/DIV
FL board
 IC1101 YC (ALRCK)  IC4002  (LRCK) RH IC3005 RG (XFSOOUT)

3.2Vp-p 3.2Vp-p

MAIN board

P-SW board 4.4Vp-p


49.1MHz
20.8sec 20.8sec
1 V/DIV, 10 s/DIV 1 V/DIV, 10 s/DIV 1 V/DIV, 10 ns/DIV
MS-203 board

KEY board

POWER board

JOG board USB board

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HCD-TZ100/TZ200/TZ300

5-5. PRINTED WIRING BOARD MAIN Section (1/2) See page 25 for Circuit Boards Location. : Uses unleaded solder.

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

A
CN1701

MAIN BOARD (SIDE A) HDMI OUT

C1729
CN508 C1727 CN1701

IC1707

27
28
1 9

R1752
IC1110

C1730
1 19

R1742
R614

R607
R606
R605
R604
R603

I O C1734
C1732

L1703
L1702

L1704
L1701
IC1705
C1733
C1725

IC1708
4

5
1

IC1104
Q1701
S1 G1 D2
D1 G2 S2

C1177
C1731

4
C1198

C1183

R2114
C4014
R4034

RB1114 RB1103

RB1106
CL4001

FB1106
JL305
FB2125 RB1111
RB1115 RB1104

RB1109
R2101 R3015

Q3004
192 129
R3017

RB1105
IC4001

R3008
RB1110

R3000
C4039

193 128
R1159

E
L4001

RB1113
R1160

CL1702
R9945
54

B
1
Q4000 R4026

C
C4008
R1161

Q3000

C3000
C4038
3 1

RB1112
L4000
B

SL3000 B
R1125
C1110

B
Q9729
4 6 R1156 C3003
E

R1183 R2115
8 1
IC4000 R3009

E
IC4003 R1184
JL1160 48 25
R4023
R4021

Q3001 Q3003
E
9 16

IC1101 D9712

R9941
R1185

B
R2169 CL2101 Q9728
CL2102

E
E B
C4037 C1153

B
R2168 CL1121 C9972

R9928 R9929
R9934
IC1102

Q3002
E
R1142
X1101
IC1105

C4028

B
E B
C4027 R2167
R3001
CL4006 C1152

D
Q9726
C4011 CL4004 C1148

Q9724 B E
C4010 CL4003 C1186
R9924
C1147
1

256 65
CL4005
C1139 C1136
1

C1184
14

R4013 1 64 1 24
R4014 JL4005 C1138
3

CL1105
C1133
C4023

R4015 C1182 C1137

CL1110
CL1108
R319 R1151 C1132
8

C1135
7

CL2109
R4016

CL1101
JL4006 R318 R1136
R4017
IC4002 CL4009

CL2108

CL2107
1

C1193

R316
C1120
C1121
C1122
C1123
C1124
C1192

CL4010 R317

R2127
3

R1117
Q1103 E B
C1222

IC1107

JL3000
C1195

L2101

Q1101
D2 G1 S1
S2 G2 D1

SL3001
R1111
R1222

CL1118
CL1116

R1246

R1108
C2101

R1116
R1219
E
CL1117

FB2102
CL1115

C1210
R1247

R1224 8 5
C1221

R1114
C1213

IC2101
CL1205

CL1204

C1101
Q1102

R1121
C1113

C2103

R2195
1 4
1 23
R1120

13
R1216

24 CN1101
C1223

C2 B2 E1
E2 B1 C1

R1107
R1124

25 22 4
R1118

12
R1215 C1203 R1210 C1208

MS-203

JL3048
JL3032
CL1302

R2110 R2191
CL1303
1

E
R2193
2

JL3016
CN1202

JL3017
JL3001

JL3033
R1115
BOARD R1113 R2194 C3001 R3002
R1207

R2192
CL2103

CN001 R1112
CL1114

CL1113
R1110

CL1112
4

R1204

IC1201
5

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CL1301
CL1305
CL1304
C1206
C1219

R1238 CL1201
R1239
C1224

F
R1209

R471
R1214

C1205

R4030 44 23 44 23 44 23
36 1
37 48 R1212
IC3000 IC3002 IC3004
JL513

R1208
R1233 C1214 C1212
JL515

L471
R1206
R1226

JL471
JL521
C1215

JL514

R1223 R1225 1 22 1 22 1 22
CL1206

R1231
JL503

R1220
JL512

R472
JL516
CL1207
CL1208

5
IC510

R1230 C1233
C1211
CL1213

JL3014
JL3015
R473

JL3042
JL3010

JL3026
C476
R1221
C1209

JL502

R3096
R3066
R3029

R3034

R3100
R3061
R474 R487
6

R488
1

20

80 51
IC471
1

JL3031
R486

JL3046
JL3047
JL3034
JL3035
JL3037
JL3030
JL3018
JL3019
JL3021
JL3002
JL3004
JL3006
81 50

JL3008
JL3007

JL3013
R483

JL3044
JL3012

JL3027
R3067

JL3024
R482

JL3040

JL3045
JL3023

JL3039
JL3029
R3047
R3059
R3027
JL522

JL4015
R3142
R3143
R3144
G
R3145

R3032
R481 R3069 R3103
SL501

10
JL523

11

R3075
C333 R480 R3035 R3040 R3104
5

R410
IC507

R3042
IC503
1

R531 R532 R409

R3083

R3093

R3114
R3077 R3119
R535 CL528 JL535 R413
6

R3109
R3110
D503

JL533 12 1 12 1 12 1 C3151
4

R536 CL529 R412 CL3005


JL524

R543
IC307

R624 13 48 13 48 13 48 C3154

R3120
R544 R3097
1

R540
B E
R3013
R3012

C515 B E R3062
R623

IC3007
IC3001 IC3003 IC3005
D501
C514 Q502 L3020 L3018

R3122 R3121
JL534 Q503
R537 100 31 C3153

X3000
C3147
5

1 30
IC509

R3041 24 37 24 37 24 37 3 1
R3022

IC3006
JL519
JL510

25 36 25 36 25 36
JL527
JL528
JL508

C520 R569 R3046 CL3017


6

CL3007
JL506

CL3004 CL3028 CL3030


C525 R3043 R3026 CL3008 CL3015 CL3019 R3102 CL3032 4 5
JL518

C3150
C522 R564

C3146
JL531

CL3033
3 1 CL3009 CL3022
1

L3021
3 1
IC504
R3048
CL3006

R3058

CL3029

CL3031
R3065
C3149

CL3014
JL507
JL509
JL511

1 R599
IC506 4
11
R3028

R3033

R597 R628

R3101
SL3003

R3095
CN506
11
H
C524 LP3004
JL529

R3080
10 2

R3113
4 6 5

R3071
R3073

R3106
R3108
R3036
R3037

SL3002

CL3027
JL530 C523 C527
E

CL3003
C521

Q501
JL517

C516 JL532
(11)
B

1-878-282-
D502

R596

SL3004 SL3005
R598

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TB3001 J4000
SPEAKER
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A
ONLY FOR ONLY FOR AUDIO VIDEO
ONLY FOR SS-TS92 SS-CT91 SS-WS96 IN OUT
FRONT R FRONT L SUR R SUR L CENTER SUB WOOFER R L

MAIN BOARD (SIDE B)

C3058

CL4000
C1190

CL555
CL3012
CL3026

CL3020
CL3024

CL3010
CL3016
AUS,EA,SAF

C3086

C3094

C3054
C3059
C3067
C3080

C4001
C3055

CL549

CL551

CL553
C3093

C3065
C3087
MODEL

CL3025

CL3021
CL3023

C3078

CL3013
CL3018

C4000
ET3001
ET3002

C1187
C1197
CL1701

CL3011
Q3009

JL4004

ET
Q3007

40
Q3005

R2178

JL4002
JL4003

01
C3097 C3068 C3052 FB1108 R1744

B
C3056 C3155
C3088 C3089 C3079 R1749

B
C3098 C3081 C3069 C3057

E
Q3013
JL3020 R1750

CL552
CL548
JL3022

E
C3051

JL4001

CL554
L3013 L3012 L3015 L3014

CL550
L3009

Q3011
B
Q3015
R3045 R3031 FB1113

JL3025
B
B
R3064 C1177

L3002
L3004
L3007
E

R3054
R3070

R3056
R3038 R3025 R1781

C1181
JL3028

C1164
C1162
C1176
R3060

R4001
C1180
E

C4004
R4002

C4003
E

R1133
CL4002
R3084

R3076

R3055
R3099
R3112

R3087

R3086

JL3036
C2502
JL3041
R3082 C3048 C3022 JL3003 C4002
R3085

L3003

CL2120
C3009 R1782 R1730
C1108 C1169
R3078 JL3011

Q3006
B
B

C1191
R3105 R3094 JL4000

JL3005

C1179

C1163
B

R4006
L3010

Q3010
L3008

L3005

C1174
C4012

R3057
R3079

R3072
C3121 R4000

C1175
R3030
C3077

E
Q3008 E
R3044

CL2138
EXCEPT AUS, EXCEPT AUS,

C1172
C3109 EXCEPT AUS,

C4007
C1109

C4006
JL3038

R4005
JL3043

FB1118

R1140
EA,SAF MODEL EA,SAF MODEL EA,SAF MODEL C2119 C4013

CL2135
Q3016

Q3014
B

C
CL2139

Q3012
B

JL3009

C1161
R3063 C1158 C4005 C4031

E
E

C2130

R4007
CL2140

R4008
E
1 C1156

R2185
R2184
R3098 8
R1135 C1160 CL2141

CL2121
R3081 EXCEPT

R3004
R3111 C1171
EXCEPT AUS,EA,SAF R1193
EXCEPT R2180 R2176
AUS,EA,SAF MODEL

C1144
4 5 CL1123

R2104
MODEL AUS,EA, R1191 CL2137

R1154
CL2124 JL4008
SAF R4020
C3135

C3095

C3070

C3039
C3119

C4030
C4009
IC1103

R1155
C1155

R2179
C1154

R1171
C3019
MODEL C1170
CL2123

R3003
CL2126 R4019

R2152
CL2125

CL4008
C1145
CL2122
C2108 R4009

R2158
R2156

L4002
R2151
FB1107

FB1115
R9922

C1151
R1141
C4017

C2114

C2115
JL4014 ANTENNA

R1106
R1105
R2150 FB1109

R1103

C4021

C4024
R9918

9
R2160
R3007
C1130 R4011

8
JL4013
FM
C1140 COAXIAL
D

C4020
C1165

C1126
C1116
C1115
JL4012

C2109

CN4000
C1146 R1132 FB2103 C4016 TU4001 75:
CL1109 JL4011
FM

C1127
C1125 C1149
R4010 JL4010
C2100 FB1117 TUNER

R2159
R2157
C3131 C3129 C3115 C3114 C3085 C3084 C3061 C3060 C3031 C3030 C3015 C3014

FB1116
JL4009 UNIT

C1129
R1198

C1159
C4026

C2503

C2118
CL4007

2
R4012
R2155
JL4007

1
C2110
C3002
C1102
C3133

C3125

C3091

C3074

C3063

C3049

C3032

C3027

C3017
C3116

C3110

C3011

C2117
C2116

C1117

JL2115

JL2116

FB2101

JL1206
C4025

FB1111

C1111
JL1109

C1114
LP1201

6
D2102

D2103
R1237

FB1112
JL2117
R1101
JL1205
L4003

JL1213
R3006

JL2113

JL1212
R1236 JL1204

CN1201
D2101
C1218

JL2120
E
R1102 JL1203

JL2111
CL578
CL569 CN2101 JL1202

JL2109
C2112

C1118
1 5 C1112

JL2119
CL574

JL2105
JL1201

FB2104

1
JL2112

JL2103
CL575

JL2110
CL577 CL2104
JL1210

CL1203
JL2106
FB2105

C2102

JL2118
CL573

JL2114
JL2101
JL2102
R1213 JL1211

JL2123

JL2108
L3017 L3016 L3011 L3006 L3001 L3000 CL576 R2129

JL1111
JL1209 R1243

JL2122
R1205

JL1112
JL1110
JL1107

JL1108
CL570

JL2104
JL1208 C1226

JL2107
JL2121

C1105
JL1207 C1225
CL3001 DVD DRIVE (2/2)

CL1202
C3134 C3117 C3092 C3064 C3033 C3018 CN1105 C1199

CL1211
( SPINDLE/SLED )
1 6

CL1212
C1119 CL1106
C3128 C3112 C3082 C3053 C3028 C3013 CL1107 MOTOR

F
C1106

CL1210
CL1209
CL3000 C1217

JL2124
ET3003
C3104
C3103

C3045
C3044
C3143
C3142

C3107
C3106

C3042
C3041

C3007
C3006
C3072
C3124

R619

C538
ET3000

R1232
R1234
C537
C3024
R617

R563
(CHASSIS) R616
C3105

R3126

R3074
C3144

R3128

R3107

C1220
R548
C3043

R3124

R3039

C539
C540 C500
CL3002 R625 C517
C528

1
R577

CL568
R613
R627 CL579

C471
R611

CN507
R3005

C530
R600
C3126

C3025

C3016
C3075

C3062
C3118

C529
CL3035

R610 R585
C334 CL526
C3145

R3117

C518

C519

R556
C512

C513

R545
C3010 CL527

4
C3111 C3047
C3152

R591 R594 R602


C3101

R609
C3038

R542 C536
C3137
C3138

C3036
C3037
C3099
C3100

R592 R595 C511


LP3003 C3113 C3050 C532 R615

C531
C3012 R541

CL567
C3139

C3076

C551
1

R579 R578

C544
R3014 R620

CL538

CL536

CL534
C3026

R581 R580
C3127

R622
C3034
C3096

C553 C552

C546
R626
IC505 C526 R555
C3140

C545

CL562
CL563
R3021
C3130

C3083 C3029
CN3000

CL532
R630

R553
C3132
C3148

R629

1 8 ET501

R583
CL558

D4002
R621 R554 CL531

CL560
L3019

CL561
CL565
CL557
CL3034

CL566
CL564