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HCD-DP1000D

SERVICE MANUAL US Model


Canadian Model
AEP Model
Ver 1.8 2003.12
UK Model
E Model
Australian Model

• HCD-DP1000D is the tuner, deck,


DVD and amplifier section in MHC-
DP1000D. PHOTO :E model

Model Name Using Similar Mechanism NEW


DVD DVD Mechanism Type CDM58D-DVBU9
Section Base Unit Name DVBU9
Optical Pick-up Name KHM-240AAA/CLNP
Tape deck Model Name Using Similar Mechanism HCD-DP800AV
Section Tape Transport Mechanism Type TCM-230AWR41/MWR41

SPECIFICATIONS
AUDIO POWER SPECIFICATIONS: Music power output (reference)
(USA model only) Front speaker: 150 + 150 watts
POWER OUTPUT AND TOTAL Center speaker: 60 watts
HARMONIC DISTORTION Rear speakers: 60 + 60 watts
(8 ohms at 1 kHz, 10% THD)
with 8 ohm loads both channels driven, from
120 Hz – 10 kHz; rates 100 watts per channel Other models:
minimum RMS power, with no more than 10% The following measured at AC 120, 220, 240 V,
total harmonic distortion from 250 milliwatts to 50/60 Hz
rated output. DIN power output (rated) 90 + 90 watts
(8 ohms at 1 kHz, DIN)
Continuous RMS power output Continuous RMS power output (reference)
Center speaker: 30 watts Front speaker: 120 + 120 watts
Rear speakers: 30 + 30 watts Center speaker: 40 watts
(8 ohms at 1 kHz, 10% THD) Rear speakers: 40 + 40 watts
(8 ohms at 1 kHz, 10% THD)
Amplifier section Inputs
Canadian model: GAME IN: voltage 250 mV,
Continuous RMS power output (reference) (phono jacks) impedance 47 kilohms
Front speaker: 100 + 100 watts MD (VIDEO) IN: voltage 450 mV/250 mV,
Center speaker: 30 watts (phono jacks) impedance 47 kilohms
Rear speakers: 30 + 30 watts OPTICAL IN:
(8 ohms at 1 kHz, 10% THD) (Square optical connector jacks, front panel)
Total harmonic distortion less than 0.07% wavelength ——
(8 ohms at 1 kHz, 70 W) MIC: sensitivity 1 mV,
(Except for North impedance 10 kilohms
European model: American and
DIN power output (rated) 60 + 60 watts European models)
(8 ohms at 1 kHz, DIN) (phone jack) — Continued on next page —
Continuous RMS power output (reference)
Front speaker:
Center speaker:
Rear speakers:
80 + 80 watts
30 watts
30 + 30 watts
MINI HI-FI COMPONENT SYSTEM
(8 ohms at 1 kHz, 10% THD)

9-873-314-09 Sony Corporation


2003L02-1 Home Audio Company
© 2003.12 Published by Sony Engineering Corporation
HCD-DP1000D

General
Outputs Power requirements
MD (VIDEO) OUT: voltage 250 mV
North American model: 120 V AC, 60 Hz
(phono jacks) impedance 1 kilohms
European model: 230 V AC, 50/60 Hz
VIDEO OUT: max. output level
(phono jack) 1 Vp-p, unbalanced, Sync Australian model: 230 – 240 V AC,
negative, load impedance 50/60 Hz
75 ohms Mexican model: 120 V AC, 60 Hz
S-VIDEO OUT: Y: 1 Vp-p, unbalanced, Thailand model: 220 V AC, 50/60 Hz
(4-pin/mini-DIN jack) Sync negative, Indian, Pakistani, Moroccan and Tunisian models:
C: 0.286Vp-p, 220 V AC, 50/60 Hz
load impedance 75 ohms Other models: 120 V, 220 V or
PHONES: accepts headphones of 230 – 240 V AC,
(stereo mini jack) 8 ohms or more 50/60 Hz
FRONT SPEAKER : accepts impedance of 8 to Adjustable with voltage
16 ohms selector
REAR SPEAKER: accepts impedance of 8 to Power consumption
16 ohms U.S.A. model: 205 watts
CENTER SPEAKER: accepts impedance of 8 to
Canadian model: 205 watts
16 ohms
European model: 190 watts
SUB WOOFER: Voltage 1 V,
impedance 1 kilohms 0.5 watts (at the Power Saving Mode)
Other models: 225 watts
DVD player section
Laser Semiconductor laser Dimensions (w/h/d) Approx. 280 x 360 x 365mm
(DVD: λ =650 nm, CD: λ =780 nm)
Emission duration: Mass
continuous North American and European models:
Frequency response DVD (PCM 48 kHz): Approx. 11.0 kg
2 Hz – 22 kHz = (±1 dB) Other models: 12.0 kg
CD: 2Hz – 20 kHz = Supplied accessories: AM loop antenna (1)
(±1 dB) FM lead antenna (1)
Signal-to-noise ratio More than 90 dB Remote commander (1)
Dynamic range More than 90 dB Batteries (2)
Video color system format Video cable (1)
NTSC, PAL Front speaker pads (8)
DIGITAL OUT OPTICAL Center and rear speaker pads
(Square optical connector jack, rear panel) (MHC-DP1000D only, 12)
Wavelength 660 nm
Design and specifications are subject to change without notice.
Tape player section SAFETY-RELATED COMPONENT WARNING!!
Recording system 4-track 2-channel stereo
Frequency response 40 – 13,000 Hz (±3 dB), COMPONENTS IDENTIFIED BY MARK 0 OR DOTTED LINE WITH
(DOLBY NR OFF) using Sony TYPE I MARK 0 ON THE SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS AND IN THE PARTS
cassette,
LIST ARE CRITICAL TO SAFE OPERATION. REPLACE THESE
40 – 14,000 Hz (±3 dB),
COMPONENTS WITH SONY PARTS WHOSE PART NUMBERS
using Sony TYPE II
APPEAR AS SHOWN IN THIS MANUAL OR IN SUPPLEMENTS
cassette
PUBLISHED BY SONY.
Tuner section
ATTENTION AU COMPOSANT AYANT RAPPORT
FM stereo, FM/AM superheterodyne tuner
À LA SÉCURITÉ!
LES COMPOSANTS IDENTIFÉS PAR UNE MARQUE 0 SUR LES
FM tuner section DIAGRAMMES SCHÉMATIQUES ET LA LISTE DES PIÈCES SONT
Tuning range 87.5 – 108.0 MHz
CRITIQUES POUR LA SÉCURITÉ DE FONCTIONNEMENT. NE
Antenna FM lead antenna
REMPLACER CES COMPOSANTS QUE PAR DES PIÈSES SONY
Antenna terminals 75 ohm unbalanced
DONT LES NUMÉROS SONT DONNÉS DANS CE MANUEL OU
Intermediate frequency 10.7 MHz
DANS LES SUPPÉMENTS PUBLIÉS PAR SONY.
AM tuner section
Tuning range
Pan American model: 530 – 1,710 kHz NOTES ON HANDLING THE OPTICAL PICK-UP
(with the interval set at BLOCK OR BASE UNIT
10 kHz)
531 – 1,710 kHz The laser diode in the optical pick-up block may suffer electrostatic
(with the interval set at 9 kHz) break-down because of the potential difference generated by the
European and Middle Eastern models: charged electrostatic load, etc. on clothing and the human body.
531 – 1,602 kHz
During repair, pay attention to electrostatic break-down and also
(with the interval set at 9 kHz)
Other models: 531 – 1,602 kHz use the procedure in the printed matter which is included in the
(with the interval set at 9 kHz) repair parts.
530 – 1,710 kHz The flexible board is easily damaged and should be handled with
(with the interval set at 10 kHz) care.
Antenna AM loop antenna
Antenna terminals External antenna terminal NOTES ON LASER DIODE EMISSION CHECK
Intermediate frequency 450 kHz
The laser beam on this model is concentrated so as to be focused on
the disc reflective surface by the objective lens in the optical pick-
up block. Therefore, when checking the laser diode emission,
2 observe from more than 30 cm away from the objective lens.
HCD-DP1000D

Laser component in this product is capable


of emitting radiation exceeding the limit for SAFETY CHECK-OUT
Class 1. (US model only)
After correcting the original service problem, perform the
following safety checks before releasing the set to the customer:
Check the antenna terminals, metal trim, “metallized” knobs, screws,
and all other exposed metal parts for AC leakage. Check leakage as
described below.

This appliance is classified as a CLASS 1 LASER product. The LEAKAGE


CLASS 1 LASER PRODUCT MARKING is located on the rear
exterior. The AC leakage from any exposed metal part to earth ground
and from all exposed metal parts to any exposed metal part having
CAUTION a return to chassis, must not exceed 0.5 mA (500 microampers).
Use of controls or adjustments or performance of procedures Leakage current can be measured by any one of three methods.
other than those specified herein may result in hazardous radiation
exposure. 1. A commercial leakage tester, such as the Simpson 229 or RCA
WT-540A. Follow the manufacturers’ instructions to use these
instruments.
Notes on chip component replacement
• Never reuse a disconnected chip component.
2. A battery-operated AC milliammeter. The Data Precision 245
• Notice that the minus side of a tantalum capacitor may be
digital multimeter is suitable for this job.
damaged by heat.
3. Measuring the voltage drop across a resistor by means of a
Flexible Circuit Board Repairing
VOM or battery-operated AC voltmeter. The “limit” indication
• Keep the temperature of soldering iron around 270˚C
is 0.75 V, so analog meters must have an accurate low-voltage
during repairing.
scale. The Simpson 250 and Sanwa SH-63Trd are examples of
• Do not touch the soldering iron on the same conductor of the
a passive VOM that is suitable. Nearly all battery operated
circuit board (within 3 times).
digital multimeters that have a 2V AC range are suitable. (See
• Be careful not to apply force on the conductor when soldering
Fig. A)
or unsoldering.
MODEL IDENTIFICATION
— BACK PANEL — To Exposed Metal
PARTS No. Parts on Set

AC
0.15 µF 1.5 kΩ Voltmeter
(0.75 V)

Earth Ground

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

MODEL PARTS No.


Notes on chip component replacement
US model 4-236-826-0s • Never reuse a disconnected chip component.
CND model 4-236-826-1s • Notice that the minus side of a tantalum capacitor may be damaged
AEP, UK model 4-236-826-2s by heat.
SP, MY model 4-236-826-3s
E model 4-236-826-4s
MX model 4-236-826-5s
EA model 4-236-826-6s
AUS model 4-236-826-7s
TH model 4-236-826-8s
E91 model 4-236-826-9s
• Abbreviation
CND : Canadian model TH : Thai model
MX : Mexican model E91 : 220V AC area model
SP : Singapore model
MY : Malaysia model
AUS : Australian model
EA : Saudi Arabia model

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HCD-DP1000D
Ver 1.3 2002.07

Self-diagnosis function TABLE OF CONTENTS


(When letters/numbers appear in the display)
1. GENERAL ·········································································· 6
When the self-diagnosis function is activated to prevent the system from
malfunctioning, a five-character service number (e.g., C 13 00) with a 2. DISASSEMBY ··································································· 7
combination of a letter and digits appears on the screen. In this case,
check the following table. 3. TEST MODE ···································································· 14
4. MECHANICAL ADJUSTMENTS ····························· 17
C:13:00 5. ELECTRICAL ADJUSTMENTS ······························· 18
6. DIAGRAMS
6-1. Circuit Board Location ················································· 22
6-2. Block Diagrams ···························································· 23
6-3. Printed Wiring Board RF-240 Section ······················ 26
6-4. Schematic Diagram RF-240 Section ························ 27
First three Cause and/or Corrective 6-5. Printed Wiring Board MB Section ···························· 28
characters of Action 6-6. Schematic Diagram MB Section (1/5) ······················ 30
the service 6-7. Schematic Diagram MB Section (2/5) ······················ 31
number 6-8. Schematic Diagram MB Section (3/5) ······················ 32
C 13 The disc is dirty 6-9. Schematic Diagram MB Section (4/5) ······················ 33
,Clean the disc with a soft 6-10.Schematic Diagram MB Section (5/5) ····················· 34
cloth (page 54).
6-11. Schematic Diagram Driver Section ························ 35
C 31 The disc is not inserted correctly. 6-12. Printed Wiring Board Driver Section ······················ 35
,Re-insert the disc correctly.
6-13.Printed Wiring Board Main Section ························· 36
To prevent a malfunction, the 6-14.Schematic Diagram Main Section (1/3) ··················· 37
E XX
system has performed the self-diagnosis 6-15.Schematic Diagram Main Section (2/3) ··················· 38
(XX is a number)
function.
,Contact your nearest Sony
6-16.Schematic Diagram Main Section (3/3) ··················· 39
dealer or local authorized 6-17.Printed Wiring Board DSP Section ·························· 40
Sony service facility and give 6-18. Schematic Diagram DSP Section (1/2) ··················· 41
the 5-character service 6-19. Schematic Diagram DSP Section (2/2) ··················· 42
number. 6-20. Printed Wiring Board OPT/VIDEO Section ··········· 43
Example: E 61 10 6-21. Schematic Diagram OPT/VIDEO Section ·············· 43
6-22. Printed Wiring Board Front Amp Section ··············· 44
6-23. Schematic Diagram Front Amp Section ················· 45
6-24. Schematic Diagram Surround Amp Section ··········· 46
6-25. Printed Wiring Board Surround Amp Section ········ 47
• DISC TRAY LOCK 6-26. Printed Wiring Board Panel Section ······················· 48
6-27. Schematic Diagram Panel Section (1/2) ················· 49
The disc tray lock function for the antitheft of an demonstration 6-28. Schematic Diagram Panel Section (2/2) ················· 50
6-29. Printed Wiring Board Leaf SW Section ·················· 51
disc in the store is equipped. 6-30. Schematic Diagram Leaf SW Section ····················· 51
6-31. Printed Wiring Board Trans Section ······················· 52
Releasing Procedure : 6-32. Schematic Diagram Trans Section ·························· 53
1. Press three buttons of PLAY MODE , x and m 6-33. IC Pin Function Description ······································· 54
simultaneously. 6-34. IC Block Diagrams ····················································· 61
2. The message “UNLOCKED” is displayed and the tray is
unlocked. 7. EXPLODED VIEWS
7-1. Main Section ································································· 65
7-2. Front Panel Section ······················································· 66
Note : When “LOCKED” is displayed, the tray lock is not released 7-3. Chassis Section ····························································· 67
by turning power on/off with the POWER button. 7-4. Tape Mechanism Deck Section-1 (TCM-230MWR41) 68
7-5. Tape Mechanism Deck Section-2 (TCM-230AWR41) 69
7-6. DVD Mechanism Deck Section (CDM58D-DVBU9) · 70

8. ELECTRICAL PARTS LIST ······································· 71

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HCD-DP1000D
Ver 1.6 2003.01

SERVICE POSITION

MB board

Jig (J-2501-155-A)
to RF240 board : CN004

Jig (J-2501-199-A)
to RF240 board : CN002

CHANGE OF OPTICAL PICK-UP


Optical Pick-up has been replaced from KHM-240AAA (TYPE A) to KHM-270AAA (TYPE B) from the middle of production.
In parallel with that, certain parts of MB board have been changed.

TYPE A/B DISCRIMINATION

optical device

SILVER: KHM-240AAA (TYPE A)


BLACK: KHM-270AAA (TYPE B)

PARTS LIST OF EACH MODEL

MB BOARD
REF TYPE A TYPE B
KHM-240AAA KHM-270AAA
R076 1-216-837-11 METAL CHIP 22K 5% 1/10W No Mount
R077 1-216-815-11 METAL CHIP 330 5% 1/10W 1-216-833-11 METAL CHIP 10K 5% 1/10W
R079 1-216-801-11 METAL CHIP 22 5% 1/10W 1-216-845-11 METAL CHIP 100K 5% 1/10W

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HCD-DP1000D
Ver 1.3 2002.07
SECTION 1 This section is extracted from
instruction manual.
GENERAL

Parts Identification

The items are arranged in alphabetical order.

Main unit
1 2 34 5

e; 6
wl 7
8
wk 9
wj q; ea esedefegeh ej
wh qa
wg qs
wf
rl ek
qd rk el
rj r;
qf rh ra
wd qg
ws qh
qj rgrfrdrs
wa qk
w;
ql

2CH/MULTI rs (24, 46) MIC LEVEL control (Except for


CD SYNC HI-DUB qj (43, 44) North American and European
CLOCK/TIMER SET ed (15, 45, models) ws (49) Setting the time
51) MOVIE MODE ek (47)
DECK A Z wa (42) MULTI CHANNEL DECODING
DECK B Z qk (42) indicator rl (46) 1 Turn on the system.
digipad el (9, 24, 40, 47) MUSIC MODE rk (47)
DIGITAL wh (52) P FILE rg (48) 2 Press CLOCK/TIMER SET.
DIGITAL IN (OPTICAL) jack PHONES jack qg When you set the time for the first time,
wf (52) PLAY MODE ej (23, 26, 27, 44) proceed to step 5.
DIRECTION eg (42–44, 50) PTY (European model only) eg
DISC 1–3 2 (23, 24) (41) 3 Press . or > repeatedly to select
DISC SKIP EX-CHANGE 3 REC PAUSE/START qh (43, 44, “CLOCK SET”.
(23, 24) 50)
Disc tray 5 (23) REPEAT eh (28, 29) 4 Press ENTER.
DISPLAY ea (16, 29, 30) SPECTRUM (North American
DOLBY NR eh (42–44) and European models only) es 5 Press . or > repeatedly to set the
DSP EDIT rj (47) (49) hour.
DVD e; (12, 25, 26, 34, 43, 44) TAPE A/B wk (42, 43)
DVD DISPLAY eg (17, 28, 30) TIMER SELECT ef (45, 51) 6 Press ENTER.
TITLE w; (25)
DVD MENU ql (25)
EFFECT rd (47) TOOL MODE ra (47)
7 Press . or > repeatedly to set the
TUNER/BAND wl (40) minutes.
ENTER r; (14, 15, 25–27, 31,
32, 34–41, 44, 45, 47, 51)
FM MODE eh (41)
TUNER MEMORY ej (40)
VOLUME control qd
8 Press ENTER.
GAME wg (52) Tip
GAME MODE rh (47) BUTTON DESCRIPTIONS If you have made a mistake or want to change the
GROOVE rf (46) time, start over from step 2.
IR receptor qf @/1 (power) 1
Z OPEN/CLOSE (disc tray) 4 Note
KARAOKE PON (Except for
North American and European nN (play) 6 The clock settings are canceled when you disconnect
models) es (49) X (pause) 7 the power cord or if a power failure occurs.
MD (VIDEO) wj (52) x (stop) 8
MIC jack (Except for North . (go back) q;
American and European > (go forward) 9
models) wd (49) m/– (rewind) qs
M/+ (fast forward) qa

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HCD-DP1000D
SECTION 2
DISASSEMBLY
• The equipment can be removed using the following procedure.

Set Case (Top) Loading Panel Front Panel Section

Tape Mechanism Deck LEAF SW board, Head (A) board,


(TCM-230AWR41/MWR41) Head (B) board

CD Panel board, Panel board, OPT IN Board Escutcheon pad


(With touch pad)

Chassis section SUB Trans board, Back panel, Fan

Tnans board, Main board Front AMP board, Surround AMP board

DVD mechanism deck DSP board, MB board, VIDEO board RF-240 board, optical pick-up (KHM-240AAA)
(CDM58D)

Driver board, Motor board, Diode board, Sensor board, Tray, Sensor board

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

2-1. CASE (TOP)


5two screws (+BVTT 3 × 8) 6three screws (+BVTT 3 × 8)

8 case

4 screw (case 3 TP2)

7two screws
(+BVTT 3 × 8)

3two screws (case 3 TP2)

2 screw (case 3 TP2)

1two screws (case 3 TP2)

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HCD-DP1000D

2-2. LOADING PANEL

DVD mechanism deck (CDM58D) 4 pull-out the disc tray.


1 turn the pulley to the direction of arrow.
loading panel

front panel side

pulley 3

2 pull-out the disc tray.

2-3. FRONT PANEL SECTION, DVD MECHANISM DECK (CDM58D)

qaconnector (CN204)

qgthree screws (+BVTP 3 ×8)

qhDVD mechanism deck (CDM58D) qftwo screws (+BVTP 3 ×8)


qdfive screws
(+BVTP 3 ×8)
3screw (+BVTP 3 × 10)

5front panel section

1connector (CN601)

9flat type wire


2screw
(CN203)
(+BVTP 3 × 10)

6flat type wire (CN1001)


chassis section

0flat type wire


(CN502)
qsflat type wire
7connector (CN1) 8connector (CN2) (CN501)

4three screws (+BVTT 3 × 8)

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HCD-DP1000D

2-4. TAPE MECHANISM DECK (TCM-230AWR41/MWR41)

1four screws (+BVTP 2.6 × 8)

2tape mechanism deck


(TCM-230AWR41/MWR41)

2-5. CD PANEL BOARD, PANEL BOARD, OPT IN BOARD

1five screws
two claws (+BVTP 2.6 × 8)

qfflat type wire (CN108)


2CD panel board
3knob (vol) two claws
two claws qhOPT IN board
5ring (vol)
qgtwo screws
(+BVTP 2.6 × 8)
7nut

4two screws
(+BVTP 2.6 × 8)
8four screws
(+BVTP 2.6 × 8)
6cover(vol)

two claws
9five screws
qafive screws (+BVTP 2.6 × 8)
(+BVTP 2.6 × 8)
0three screws qsfour screws
(+BVTP 2.6 × 8) (+BVTP 2.6 × 8)

qdPANEL board

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HCD-DP1000D

2-6. ESCUTCHEON PAD (WITH TOUCH PAD)

1button (edit) 6two screws


(TPG +P 2 × 8)
3two screws 8three screws
(+BVTP 2.6 × 8) (+BVTP 2.6 × 8)

9button (DSP)
2two screws
(+BVTP 2.6 × 8)

5two screws
(TPG +P 2 × 8)

touch pad 4escutcheon (pad)

7holder (pad)

2-7. SUB TRANS BOARD, BACK PANEL, FAN

qaback panel 4two screws


(+BVTP 3 × 8)

1connector (CN901) 0two screws


(+BVTP 3 × 8)
2connector (CN902)

6two screws
(+BVTP 3 × 8)

5SUB trans board qdtwo screws


(+BVTP 3 ×10)
7two screws
3connector (+BVTP 3 × 8)
(CN903)

8two screws
(+BVTP 3 × 8)

9rew (+BVTP 3 × 8)

qffan

qsconnector (CN104)

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HCD-DP1000D

2-8. TRANS BOARD, MAIN BOARD

6TRANS board 4two screws 8two screws


(+BVTT 4 × 8) (+BVTP 3 × 8)
5two screws
(+BVTT 4 × 8) 7two screws
(+BVTT 3 × 8)

1connector
(CN914)

0two screws
(+BVTP 3 × 8)
3connector 9cover (heat sink)
2connector
(CN913)
(CN915)
qaSURROUND and
FRONT AMP
board ASSY

qstwo screws
(+BVTP 3 × 8)

qdMAIN board

2-9. FRONT AMP BOARD, SURROUND AMP BOARD

heat sink assy

1screw
(+BVTT 3 × 8) 9two screws
(+BVTP 3 × 16)

3connector (CN803)
8four screws
2bracket (+BVTT 3 × 8)

7screw
(+BVTT 3 × 8)
0SURROUND AMP board

5two screws
(+BVTP 3 × 16)
4four screws
6FRONT AMP board (+BVTT 3 × 8)

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HCD-DP1000D

2-10. LEAF SW BOARD, HEAD (A) BOARD, HEAD (B) BOARD (TCM-230AWR41/MWR41)

Note: This illustration is for TCM-230MWR, but in case of TCM-230AWR, you can remove them in the same way.

1five claws
2 LEAF SW board

3remove the four solderings.

5HEAD (A) board

6HEAD (B) board


4screw (+PTT 2 × 4),
ground point

4screw (+PTT 2 × 4),


ground point
2-11. BASE UNIT, DSP BOARD, MB BOARD, VIDEO BOARD

DVD mechanism deck (CDM58D)

qdscrew (+BVTP 3X8)

qfbracket (DVD)

qsVIDEO board
6fiat type wire (CN011)

qatwo screws (+BVTP 3X8)

3DSP board

7connector (CN202)

0MB board

1two screws (+BVTP 3X8)


9two screws (+BVTP 3X8) 2two screws (+BVTP 3X8)

5flat type wire (CN009) 4flat type wire (CN010)


12 8two screws (+BVTP 3X8)
HCD-DP1000D

2-12. RF-240 BOARD, OPTICAL PICK-UP (KHM-240AAA)

qdoptical pick-up (KHM-240AAA)

7step screw (L)


9step screw (10) 0insulator

5flat type wire (26 core)

qsinsulator 6flat type wire (9 core)


8step screw (10)
qainsulator

4holder (DVD) assy

3floating screw (+PTPWHM2.6)

1two screws (+PTP 2.6X12)


2RF-240 board

2-13. DRIVER BOARD, MOTOR BOARD, DIODE BOARD, TRAY, SENSOR BOARD

qdscrew (+PTPWH 2.6 × 8)

8connector(CN723) 5MOTOR board


3two screws (+BVTP 2.6 × 8)

6flat type wire (CN721)

4remove the two solderings of motor.


qgscrew (+BVTP 2.6 × 8)
qftray 9screw (+BVTP 2.6 × 8) 7connector(CN722)
2DRIVER board
qhSENSOR board

qascrew (+BVTP 2.6 × 8)

0DIODE board
1screw (+BVTP 2.6 × 8)

qsBRCKET (SENSOR)

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HCD-DP1000D
SECTION 3
TEST MODE
[Cold Reset] [MC Test Mode]
• The cold reset clears all data including preset data stored in the • This mode is used to check operations of the respective sections
RAM to initial conditions. Execute this mode when returning of Amplifier, Tuner, and Tape.
the set to the customer. Procedure:
Procedure: • To enter MC Test Mode
1. Press three buttons x , DISPLAY , and DISC 1 1. Press `/1 button to turn on the set.
simultaneously. 2. Press the three buttons of x , DISPLAY and DISC 3
2. The fluorescent indicator tube becomes blank instantaneously, simultaneously.
and the set is reset. 3. Cursor segment flash on the FL display tube. The input
FUNCTION is changed to GAME.
[Tuner Step Change] (Except for European and Middle Eastern
models)
• A step of AM channels can be changed over between 9 kHz and * Check of Amplifier
10 kHz.
Procedure: Initial settings: Input , GAME
1. Press `/1 button to turn the set ON. EQ , FLAT
2. Select the function “TUNER”, and press TUNER/BAND button Mode , MUSIC
to select the BAND “AM”. VA CS , OFF
3. Press `/1 button to turn the set OFF. Output channel switching:
4. Press ENTER and `/1 buttons simultaneously, and the MUSIC key: L ,L R , R through
display of fluorescent indicator tube changes to “AM 9 k STEP” MOVIE key: L , SL R , SR through
or “AM 10 k STEP”, and thus the channel step is changed over. GAME key:L , L, SL, C R , R, SR, SW through
TOOL MODE key: L , C R , SW through
[MD/VIDEO Function Change] 1. When VOLUME control knob is turned clockwise even
• Change of function MD or VIDEO ( also the input level changes). slightly, the sound volume increases to is maximum and a
Procedure: message “VOLUME MAX” appears for two seconds, then the
1. Press `/1 button to turn the set ON. display returns to the original display.
2. Press MD (VIDEO) and `/1 buttons simultaneously, and 2. When VOLUME control knob is tuned counter-clockwise
the display of fluorescent indicator tube changes to “MD” or even slightly, the sound volume decreases to its minimum and
“VIDEO”, and thus the channel step is changed over. a message “VOLUME MIN” appears for two seconds, then the
3. Press `/1 button to turn the set OFF. display returns to the original display.

[GC Test Mode] * Tuner function


• This mode is used to check the software version, FL tube, LED, 1. In the test mode, the default-preset channel is called even when
keyboard and VACS. the TUNER is selected and an attempt is made to call the preset
Procedure: channel that has been stored in memory. (It means that the
1. Press three buttons x , DISPLAY , and DISC 2 memory is cleared.)
simultaneously. 2. The minimum, center and maximum frequency of each band is
2. LEDs and fluorescent indicator tube are all turned on. set then.
3. When you want to enter the software version display mode,
press DISC 1 .The model number and destination are displayed. * Tape recording test
4. Each time DISC 1 is pressed, the display changes stating from 1. To enter the MC Test Mode.
MC version, GC version, DVD version, CDDM, CDMA, 2. Load tapes in both tape decks A and B.
CDMB, BDA, BDB version, ST version, TA version, TM 3. Press the REC button to start recording.
version, TC version, in this order, and returns to the model 4. Pressing M , m buttons during recording returns the tape
number and destination display. to the recording start position and stops it at this position.
5. When DISC 3 is pressed while the version numbers are being 5. Pressing the “High Speed Dubbing” key while playing back the
displayed except model number and destination, year, month tape of deck B switches the playback speed between “Normal
and day of the software creation appear. When DISC 3 is pressed Speed” and “High Speed”.
again, the display returns to the software version display. When Note:
DISC 1 is pressed while year, month and day of the software When the playback direction of the tape is set to other than “ONY
creation are being displayed, the year, month and day of creation WAY”, the restriction on the number of times playback which can
of the software versions are displayed in the same order of be repeated will be cleared.
version display.
6. Press DISC 2 button, and the key check mode is activated. * AMS Test Mode
7. In the key check mode, the fluorescent indicator tube displays 1. Set TAPE function
“KOJOVO”. Each time a button is pressed, “KEY” value 2. Select the desired loop by pressing PLAY MODE button. Insert
increases. a test tape AMS-110A or AMS-120 to Deck A.
However, once a button is pressed, _it is no longer taken into 3. Press SPECTRUM or KARAOKE PON button to enter the
account. AMS test mode.
“VOL” value increases like 1, 2, 3...if rotating VOLUME knob 4. After a tape is rewound first, the FF AMS is checked, and the
in “+” direction, or it decreases like 0, 9, 8...if rotating in mechanism is shut off after detecting the AMS signal the AMS
“_”direction. signal twice.
8. Also when DISC 3 is pressed after lighting of all LEDs and FL 5. Then the REW AMS is checked and the mechanism is shut off
tubes, value of VACS appears. after detecting the AMS signal twice.
9. To exit from this mode, press three buttons in the same manner 6. When the check is complete, a message of either OK or NG
as step 1, or disconnect the power cord. appears.

* To return to normal mode again.


1. When you want to exit this mode, press `/1 button.
14 2. The cold reset is enforced at the same time.
HCD-DP1000D

[Aging Mode]
This mode can for operation check of tape deck section and DVD
section.
• If an error occurred:
The aging operation stops and display then status.
• If no error occurs:
The aging operation continues repeatedly.
Procedure:
1. Press the DVD button to select the function “DVD”.
2. Load the tapes into the decks A and B respectively.
3. Set a disk in “DISK1” tray.
4. Press the PLAY MODE button to set the “ALL DISCS” mode,
and press the REPEAT button to “REPEAT” off.
5. Press three buttons of x , ENTER , and DISC SKIP/EX-
CHANGE simultaneously.
6. The aging mode is activated, if the indicator of DOLBY NR is
blinking.
7. To exit from the aging mode, operate the cold reset.

[Tape Deck Section]


• The sequence during the aging mode is following as below.
• If an error occurred, stop display that step.

Aging mode sequence (Tape deck section):

Rewind the tape A and B


“TAPE A AG-1”

Shut off

FWD play the tape A


“TAPE A AG-2”

2 minutes

Fast forward the tape A


“TAPE A AG-3”

Shut off or 20 seconds

RVS play the tape A


“TAPE A AG-4”

2 minutes

Rewind the tape A


“TAPE A AG-5”

Shut off

FWD play the tape B


“TAPE B AG-2”

2 minutes

Fast forward the tape B


“TAPE B AG-3”

Shut off or 20 seconds

RVS play the tape B


“TAPE B AG-4”

2 minutes

Rewind the tape B


“TAPE B AG-5”
Shut off

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[DVD Section] 2. CDM Error History <CDM58D Error History Display>


• The sequence during the aging mode is following as below. 11 digits are displayed after the M character.

Aging mode sequence (DVD section): Example of display : M0FF400220000

Tray Turn 1st digit : Indicates the error history number.


0 is the latest error
2nd to 3rd digits : Indicates the details of the problem.
01 : Initialization table is currently rotating 1
Disc 1 Chucking 02 : Initialization table is currently rotating 2
03 : Initialization table is currently rotating 3
04 : Currently DISC SKIP in OPEN mode
05 : CLOSE table is currently rotating
TOC Read 06 : Chucking table is currently rotating
07 : Currently performing SHIP operations
08 : Currently performing release operations
09 : Currently performing POWER OFF
Track 1 Play
operations
2 seconds
4th to 5th digits : Processing when problems occur
01 : Currently performing SHIP operations
Last Track Play
02 : Currently performing POWER OFF
2 seconds operations
03 : Currently initializing
04 : Currently performing release operations
05 : Currently in chuck stop state
Error History Display 06 : Currently performing CLOSE operations
1. BD Error History Display 07 : Currently performing exchange CLOSE
11 digits are displayed after the D character. operations
08 : Currently performing OPEN operations
Example of display : D00209010100 09 : Currently performing OPEN POP UP
operations
1st digit : Indicates the error history number. 0A: Currently performing exchange OPEN
0 is the latest error operations
2nd to 3rd digits : Indicates details of the problem. 6 to 7th digits : Operations currently performed for problems
01 : Cannot focus which have occurred
02 : GFS NG 8th to 9th digits : Targets of processing when problems occur
03 : Start time over Same as 4th to 5th digits
04 : Focus deviates continuously 10th to 11th digits : Fixed at 00
05 : Q code absent for some time
4th to 5th digits : Processing when problems occur [DVD and CD Ship Mode (No Memory Clear)]
01 : Currently SHIP processing • This mode moves the position to the position durable to vibra-
02 : Currently POWER OFF processing tion Use this mode when returning the set to the customer after
03 : Currently initializing repair.
04 : Currently stopping Procedure:
05 : Currently STOP operation processing 1. Press `/1 button to turn the set ON.
06 : Currently start processing 2. Press three DVD button and `/1 button simultaneously.
07 : Currently TOC reading 3. After the “STANBY” display blinks six times, a message
08 : Currently searching “LOCK” is displayed on the fluorescent indicator rube, and the
09 : Currently playing DVD ship mode is set.
0A : Currently pausing
0B : Currently PLAY manual searching [DVD and CD Ship Mode (Memory Clear)]
0C : Currently PAUSE manual searching • This mode moves the pickup to the position durable to vibra-
6th to 7th digits : Operations currently performed for problems tion. Use this mode when returning the set to the customer after
which have occurred repair.
8th to 9th digits : Rotation speed of DISC when problems occur Procedure:
01 : x1 speed 1. Press `/1 button to turn the set ON.
02 : x2 speed 2. Press three buttons ENTER , DISC 1 , and DVD button
10th to 11th digits : Fixed at 00 simultaneously.
3. After the “STANDBY” display blinks six times, a message
“LOCK” is displayed on the fluorescent indicator tube, and the
DVD ship mode is set.

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SECTION 4
MECHANICAL ADJUSTMENTS
[VACS ON/OFF MODE]
Precaution
• This mode is used to switch ON and OFF the VACS (Variable
1. Clean the following parts with a denatured alcohol-moistened
Attenuation Control System).
swab:
Procedure:
record/playback heads pinch rollers
Press the three buttons x , ENTER and SPECTRUM or
erase head rubber belts
KARAOK PON simultaneously.
capstan idlers
2. Demagnetize the record/playback head with a head
[REPEAT 5 LIMIT OFF MODE]
demagnetizer.
• This mode is used to enable infinite repetitions.
3. Do not use a magnetized screwdriver for the adjustments.
Normally, the number of repetitions allowed is 5.
4. After the adjustments, apply suitable locking compound to the
Procedure:
parts adjusted.
1. Press `/1 button to turn ON the power supply.
5. The adjustments should be performed with the rated power
2. Set the function “DVD”.
supply voltage unless otherwise noted.
3. Press three burtons ENTER , DISC 3 , and x is simultaneously.
4. Infinite repetitions is enabled.
Torque Measurement
5. This state is maintained ( memorized ) until COLD RESET is
executed. Mode Torque meter Meter reading
3.06 N • m to 6.96 N • m
FWD CQ-102C 31 to 71 g • cm
(0.43 – 0.98 oz • inch)
0.19 N • m to 0.58 N • m
FWD CQ-102C 2 to 6 g • cm
back tension
(0.02 – 0.08 oz • inch)
3.06 N • m to 6.96 N • m
REV CQ-102RC 31 to 71 g • cm
(0.43 – 0.98 oz • inch)
0.19 N • m to 0.58 N • m
REV CQ-102RC 2 to 6 g • cm
back tension
(0.02 – 0.08 oz • inch)
6.96 N • m to 14.02 N • m
FF/REW CQ-201B 71 to 143 g • cm
(0.98 – 1.99 oz • inch)
9.80 N • m
FWD tension CQ-403A 100 g or more
(3.53 oz or more)
9.80 N • m
REV tension CQ-403R 100 g or more
(3.53 oz or more)

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SECTION 5
ELECTRICAL ADJUSTMENTS
2. Turn the adjustment screw and check output peaks. If the peaks
DECK SECTION 0 dB=0.775 V
do not match for L-CH and R-CH, turn the adjustment screw
1. Demagnetize the record/playback head with a head so that outputs match within 1dB of peak.
demagnetizer.
2. Do not use a magnetized screwdriver for the adjustments.
3. After the adjustments, apply suitable locking compound to the
within
parts adjust. L-CH 1dB
4. The adjustments should be performed with the rated power peak
within
supply voltage unless otherwise noted. Output 1dB
5. The adjustments should be performed in the order given in this level
service manual. (As a general rule, playback circuit adjustment
should be completed before performing recording circuit R-CH
adjustment.) peak
6. The adjustments should be performed for both L-CH and R- Screw Screw
position L-CH R-CH position
CH. peak peak
7. Switches and controls should be set as follows unless otherwise
specified.
3. Mode: Playback
• Test Tape test tape
P-4-A100
Tape Signal Used for (10 kHz, –10 dB) oscilloscope
pin 3
P-4-A100 10 kHz, –10 dB Azimuth Adjustment L-CH
WS-48B 3 kHz, 0 dB Tape Speed Adjustment pin 2
MAIN L
board V H
P-4-L300 315 Hz, 0 dB Level Adjustment
CN301
set R

Record/Playback Head Azimuth Adjustment R-CH


pin 1
DECK A DECK B
waveform of oscilloscope
Note: Perform this adjustments for both decks
Procedure:
1. Mode: Playback in phase 45 ° 90 ° 135 ° 180 °
good wrong
test tape main board
P-4-A100 CN301
(10 kHz, –10 dB) Pin 3 (L-CH) 4. After the adjustments, apply suitable locking compound to the
Pin 1 (R-CH) level meter
pats adjusted.
set
+ Adjustment Location: Playback Head (Deck A).
– Record/Playback/Erase Head (Deck B).
main board
CN301
Pin 2 (GND)

reverse

forward

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Tape Speed Adjustment DECK B REC Bias Adjustment DECK B


Note: Start the Tape Speed adjustment as below after setting to the test Procedure:
mode. INTRODUCTION
In the test mode, the tape speed is high during pressing the When set to the test mode performed in Tape Speed Adjustment,
CD SYNC HI-DUB button. when the tape is rewound after recording, the “REC memory mode”
Procedure: which rewinds only the recorded portion and playback is set.
1. Turn the power switch on. This “REC memory mode” is convenient for performing this
2. Press the x button, DISPLAY button and DISC 3 button adjustment. During recording, the input signal FUNCTION will
simultaneously. automatically switch to VIDEO.
(Cursor segment flash on the FL display tube.) (If do not operation of stopped from recording complete, and rotette
To exit from the test mode, press the ?/1 button. of shuttle knob then rewind to recording start position.)
Mode: Playback
1. Press MD (VIDEO) button to select VIDEO. (This step is not
test tape necessary if the above test mode has already been set.)
WS-48B frequency counter 2. Insert a tape into deck B.
(3 kHz, 0 dB) 3. After press REC PAUSE/START button, press REC PAUSE/
START button, then recording start.
set +

4. Mode: Record

main board MD/VIDEO (AUDIO) IN


CN301 (Pin 3 : L-CH)
1) 315 Hz  50 mV (–23.8 dB)
(Pin 1 : R-CH) 
2) 10 kHz 
1. Insert the WS-48B into the deck B. AF OSC blank tape
2. Press the Y button on the deck B.
600 Ω CN-123
3. Press the CD SYNC HI-DUB button in playback mode. attenuator
Then at HIGH speed mode.
4. Adjust RV1001 on the LEAF SW board do that frequency set
counter reads 6,000 ± 180 Hz.
5. Press the CD SYNC HI-DUB button.
Then back to NORMAL speed mode. 5. Mode: Playback
6. Adjust RV1002 on the LEAF SW board so that frequency
counter reads 3,000 ± 90 Hz. recorded
Adjustment Location: LEAF SW board level meter
portion

Playback level Adjustment DECK A DECK B set +


Procedure: –
Mode: Playback CN301 (Pin 3 : L-CH)
(Pin 1 : R-CH)

test tape
P-4-L300 6. Confirm playback the signal recorded in step 3 become
level meter
(315 Hz, 0 dB) adjustable level as follows.
If these levels do not adjustable level, adjustment the RV304
set + (L-CH) and RV354 (R-CH) on the AUDIO board to repeat steps
– 4 and 5.
main board
Adjustable level: Playback output of 315 Hz to playback output
CN301 (Pin 3 : L-CH) of 10 kHz: 0±0.5 dB
(Pin 1 : R-CH) Adjustment Location: MAIN board

Deck A is RV302 (L-CH), Deck B is RV303 (L-CH) so that REC Level Adjustment DECK B
adjustment within adjustment level as follows. Procedure:
Adjustment Level: INTRODUCTION
CN301 PB level: 334 to 375 mV (–6.8 dB ± 0.5 dB) level When set to the test mode performed in Tape Speed Adjustment,
difference between the channels: within ±0.5 dB when the tape is rewound after recording, the “REC memory mode”
Adjustment Location: MAIN board which rewinds only the recorded portion and playback is set.
This “REC memory mode” is convenient for performing this
Sample Volue of Wow and Flutter: 0.3% or less W. RMS adjustment. During recording, the input signal FUNCTION will
(WS-48B) automatically switch to VIDEO.
(If do not operation of stopped from recording complete, and rotate
of shuttle knob then rewind to recording start position.)

1. Press MD (VIDEO) button to select VIDEO. (This step is not


necessary if the above test mode has already been set.)
2. Insert a tape into deck B.
3. After press REC PAUSE/START button, press REC PAUSE/
START button, then recording start.

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HCD-DP1000D

4. Mode: Record FM Tuned Level Adjustment

FM RF SSG
MD/VIDEO (AUDIO) IN
315 Hz, 50 mV (–23.8 dB) 75 Ω coaxial
AF OSC
blank tape
600 Ω CS-123
attenuator
set
set Carrier frequency : 98 MHz
Modulation : AUDIO 1 kHz, 75 kHz FM ANTENNA terminal
deviation (100%) (TM1)
5. Mode: Playback Output level : 25 dB (at 75 Ω open)
recorded level meter
portion Procedure:
1. Supply a 25 dB 98 MHz signal from the ANTENNA terminal.
set + 2. Tune the set to 98 MHz.

3. Adjust RV11 to the point (moment) when the TUNED indicator
CN301 (Pin 3 : L-CH) will change from going off to going on.
(Pin 1 : R-CH)
Adjustment Location: MAIN board
6. Confirm playback the signal recorded in step 3 become
adjustable level as follows. Null Adjustment
If these levels do not adjustable level, adjustment the RV301
(L-CH) and RV351 (R-CH) on the MAIN board to repeat steps FM RF SSG
4 and 5. 75 Ω coaxial
Adjustable level:
CN301 PB level: 33.4 to 37.5 mV (–27.3 to –26.3 dB)
Adjustment Location: MAIN board
set
[MAIN BOARD] (Component Side) Carrier frequency : 98 MHz
Modulation : AUDIO 1 kHz, 75 kHz FM ANTENNA terminal
deviation (100%) (TM1)
Output level : 60 dB (at 75 Ω open)

T11
REC LEVEL (L)
(B) PB LEVEL (L) Procedure:
RV11 (A) 1. Supply a 60 dB 98 MHz signal from the ANTENNA terminal.
CN301 2. Tune the set to 98 MHz.
CN304 3. Measure voltage between pin 22 and pin 3 of IC 11. Adjust
T11 ubtil the voltage becomes 0 V.
RV302
Adjustment Location: MAIN board
RV301
PB LEVEL (L) RV303
(B) Adjustment Location
RV304 RV354
RV351 [MAIN BOARD] Component side
REC LEVEL (R)
(B)

REC BIAS (L) REC BIAS (R) NULL


(B) (B) T11

12 1
IC11
[LEAF SW BOARD] (Component Side) 13 24 RV11
CN301
CN304
TAPE SPEED









(NORMAL) (HIGH) FM TUNED LEVEL RV302

RV1002 CN1001 RV301


RV1001
RV303

RV304 RV354
RV351

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HCD-DP1000D
Ver 1.7 2003.02
SECTION 6
DIAGRAMS
Oscilloscope
DVD SECTION
set 75 Ω
RE-ADJUSTMENT OF THE SERVO CIRCUIT THIS NOTE IS COMMON FOR PRINTED WIRING BOARDS AND SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS.
The re-adjustment of the servo circuit is necessary (In addition to this, the necessary note is printed in each block.)
when the part which relates to the servo circuit is G
replaced. G Note on Schematic Diagram: Note on Printed Wiring Boards:
• All capacitors are in µF unless otherwise noted. pF: µµF • X : parts extracted from the component side.
Referring to ”4-9. DRIVE AUTO ADJUSTMENT”
J602 50 WV or less are not indicated except for electrolytics • : Pattern from the side which enables seeing.
(SUPPLEMENT-1 see page 6), Choose ALL and do S-VIDEO OUTPUT and tantalums. • Indication of transistor.
the re-adjustment of each item of DVD-SL, CD and • All resistors are in Ω and 1/4 W or less unless otherwise
DVD-DL. specified. C
Procedure:
• f : internal component.
1. Connect oscilloscope to S-VIDEO out. (S-Y teminal) • 5 : fusible resistor. These are omitted. Q
THE PART THAT THE RE-ADJUSTMENT OF THE
2. Load a disc (HLX-504 or HL-505) playback. • C : panel designation. B E
SERVO CIRCUIT IS NECESSARY
11. Optical pick-up Note: Note:
12. RF AMP (IC001) The components identi- Les composants identifiés par
13. DSP IC (IC302) fied by mark 0 or dotted une marque 0 sont critiques
14. Motor driver IC (IC401) 3. Confirm that the S-Y level is 1.0 ± 0.1Vp-p. line with mark 0 are criti- pour la sécurité. Q
15. EEPROM (IC303) cal for safety. Ne les remplacer que par une
Replace only with part piéce portant le numéro B C E
number specified. spécifié.
These are omitted.
Note :
1.0 ± 0.1 Vp-p • A : B+ Line.
1. DVD Block is basically designed to operate without adjustment.
• B : B– Line.
Therefore, check each item in order given. • H : adjustment for repair.
2. Use HLX-504 (J-6090-088-A) or HLX-505 (J-6090-089-A) • Voltages and waveforms are dc with respect to ground
unless otherwise indicated. under no-signal (detuned) conditions.
3. Use an oscilloscope with more than 10MΩ impedance. • Voltages are taken with a VOM (Input impedance 10 MΩ).
4. Clean the object lens by an applicator with neutral detergent Voltage variations may be noted due to normal produc-
4. Connect oscilloscope to S-VIDEO output. (S-C teminal) tion tolerances.
when the signal level is low than specified value with the 5. Connect that the S-C burst is 286 ± 50mVp-p.
following checks. • Waveforms are taken with a oscilloscope.
Voltage variations may be noted due to normal produc-
tion tolerances.
Video Level Adjustment (MB BOARD)
• Circled numbers refer to waveforms.
Purpose • Signal path.
This adjustment is made to satisfy the NTSC standard, and if not F : FM
adjusted correctly, the brightness will be too large or small. 286 ± 80 mVp-p f : AM
E : PB (DECK A)
d : PB (DECK B)
Oscilloscope G : REC (DECK B)
c : digital out
g : MD (VIDEO)
75 Ω Adjustment Location • Abbreviation
set CND : Canadian model
MB BOARD (SIDE A) EA : Saudi Arabia model
MY : Malaysia model
SP : Singapore model
J601 TH : Thai model
VIDEO OUTPUT
CN011 MX : Mexican model
E91 : 220V AC area model
Procedure: AUS : Australian model
1. Connect oscilloscope to VIDEO output.
2. Load a disc (HLX-504 or HL-505) playback.
3. Adjust the RV501 to attain 1.0±0.1Vp-p.

1.0 ± 0.1 Vp-p


IC103
RV501
VIDEO LEVEL IC503
(WHITE 75%) Adjustment

S-terminal Output Check CN008


Purpose CN404 CN103
Check S-video output.

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6-1. CIRCUIT BOARD LOCATION r WAVEFORMS

– MB BOARD – – PF-240 BOARD – – MAIN BOARD –

1 IC102 8 XTO 6 IC701 2 INA 1 IC001 2 RFIN


1 NO303 8 E-HOT
MOTOR board DRIVER board

4.0Vp-p
DIODE board 35Vp-p
SENSOR board RF-240 board H 1.3Vp-p
0.2V/div 0.72Vp-p
27MHz 100nsec/div
80kHz

2 IC102 9 512-2OUT 7 IC701 4 INB 2 IC001 ra TE 2 T301 4

3.2Vp-p
1.0Vp-p
0.5Vp-p 122Vp-p

H 0.5V/div
DVD STOP : 22.5792MHz
1msec/div
DVD PLAY : 24.576MHx 80kHz

3 IC102 qd 33-2OUT 8 IC701 7 INC 3 IC001 rs FE 3 IC401 qa XC-OUT

3.2Vp-p
1.3 Vp-p 3.2Vp-p
0.3Vp-p

0.1V/div
33.8688MHz H 1msec/div 32.768kHz

HEAD (A) board


4 IC102 3 27-1OUT 9 IC701 9 OUT C2 4 IC001 tl SIGO
4 IC401 qd X-OUT
HEAD (B) board LEAF SW board
4.0Vp-p 2.6Vp-p
VIDEO board 3.0Vp-p
SUB TRANS board MB board
H 0.5V/div 1.4Vp-p
27MHz
DSP board 100nsec/div 16MHz
TRANS board

5 IC103 ed X1 0 IC701 qs OUT B2


CD-PANEL board
5 IC51 ws XOUT

2.0Vp-p
3.0Vp-p
MAIN board 3.8Vp-p
H

16.5MHz – PANEL BOARD – 4.5MHz


OPT IN board

qa IC701 qg OUT A1 1 IC1101 is XO

3.0Vp-p

H 1.3Vp-p 4MHz
SURROUND AMP board

FRONT AMP board


PANEL board

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6-2. BLOCK DIAGRAMS


– TUNER/DVD DSP SECTION –
DIGITAL SERVO
OPTICAL PICK-UP DIGITAL SIGNAL PROCESSOR
D/A CONV. DIGITAL AUDIO
BLOCK
IC001 INTERFACE
(KHM-240AAA) RF AMP IC302 (1/2) IC604 (2/2)
IC1195 IC608
VC 19 VC 128 RFIN2 DIGITAL IN DIGITAL 5 8
IC609
4 DIN1
VCC +5V OPTICAL IN OPTICAL
SPDIF 2 DIGITAL DIGITAL OUT
A 14 A 131 RFIN1 OPTICAL
RFDCO 59 IN
B 13 B 3 10
3 DIN0
C 12 C
IC503(1/2)
FE 42 136 ADC1 MPEG DECODER
D 11 D
TE 41 135 ADC0
E 15 E IC701
PI 36 137 ADC2 VIDEO BUFFER
F 16 F D OUT 66 22 CDIN2I
PII 35 DO 20 J601
G 17 G
TZIN 40 COMPOUT 80 g 7 INC OUTC1 10 g VIDEO
H 18 H DATA 62 23 CDIN1I OUT
SSCS OUTC2 9
RF 2 RF IN SDEN 48
SSCK
180 GIO13 BCK 63 25 CDBCKI COUT 77 g 2 INA
OUTA1 15 g
SCLK 47 175 GIO8/SCK LRCK 65
Q001 SSWD 26 CDLRCKI YOUT 74 g 4 INB OUTA2 14
SWD 46 174 GIO7/SDO J602
DVDLD
LD
25 DVD LD SSRD OUTCB1 13 g C Y S VIDEO
DRIVE SRD 45 173 GIO6/SDI
SDI0 73 31 DTI0 OUTCB2 12 OUT
I I
76 8 34 MUTE 1
Q002 SSDFCTI
DFT 38 185 DFCTI • •
LD TZC 78 36
CD LD 26 CD LD TZC 37 196 TZC I I
DRIVE MIRR 81 39 DTI7
SDI7
MIRR 33 197 MIRR IC502
S DCKT 68 41 ICLKI
SS MON XSHD 69 44 ISTARTI AVDD 4 1 +5V
PD 21 DVDPD MON 44 144 ADC7
172 GI05/PGIN XSAK 71 45 IVALI REG 5
22 CDPD VREFI 84
VCI 39 142 ADC5 SDEF 72 43 IERRI

LDON 27 RV501
SW 24 LDSELO
IC504,505 • RCH is omitted due to same as LCH
SDRAM
27 SSTP • Signal Path
IC401 IC303 SDDQ0 157 16 DQ0

27-32 39-49
19-24 2-12
SDRAM I I I : FM
MOTOR/COIL DRIVE SDQ15 177 DQ15
MD0 44 16 I/O0

41-49
12

2-10
FDRV+ I I I SDAD0 124 A0 : AM
FCS+ 37 DO1+ IN1+ 48 204 PDM2 I I I
MD15 60 I/O15
SDAD11 140 A11 : DVD
FDRV- SPDIF 155 14 DQML
FCS- 36 DO1- IN1- 1 205 PDM3 MA0 27 10 A0

21-24
27-32
I I : DIGITAL OUT
I SDDQM0 152 15 WE
MA9 36 A9
TDRV+ 16 CAS
TRK+ 35 DO2+ IN2+ 3 202 PDM0 SDWE0B 151 : VIDEO
XMWR 38 17 WE SDRAS0B 147 17 RAS
TDRV- XRAS 41 18 RAS
TRK- 34 DO2- IN2- 6 203 PDM1 SDDQM1 154 36 DQMU
XOE 42 33 OE SDCLKO 149 35 CLK
SLA+ 32 SLDA XCAS 39 34 UCAS
DO3+ IN3- 7 198 PWM0 SDCKEO 146 34 CKE
SLA-
SLED 31 DO3- 35 LCAS SDCS0B 144 18 CS
MOTOR M SLB+ SLDB
30 DO4+ IN4- 10 199 PWM1
SLB- 29 DO4- SDCS1B 143 18 CS
MDSO
SPM+ IN5- 13 159 MDSO
27 DO5+ MDPO 161 MDPO MAIN
SPINDLE
MOTOR M
OUT5 14 XLDON
B DVD SYS
SECTION
V MUTE D SECTION
SPM- (Page 24) (Page 25)
28 DO5-

TM1 TM1 AM/FM IF MPX


(AEP, UK) ( EXCEPT AEP,UK)
FE3(AEP,UK) Q1 IC11 LPF11
CF1 RF IF CF2 AMP L-CH
1 ANT IN IF OUT 7
AMP
1 FM IF L OUT 13
Q11
LPF A
FM 75Ω OSC OUT 8
FM TUNED MAIN
VT 5 LEVEL R OUT 14 R-CH SECTION
Q2
+B (Page 25)
A+12V A+12V AM IF IN 4
G (FE2,3)
FE2 PLL MASTER CONTROL
RV11 IFT11
(EXCEPT AEP,UK)
IC51 IC401(1/2)
AM AM MIX OUT 2
8 ANT IN IF OUT 1
10 FM IF IN 12 DI
F OUT 3 23 ST-DOUT
FM 7 11 AM/FM DO
VT 4 25 ST-DIN
1 XIN AM OSC 15 24 OSC FM CL
A+12V 27 ST-CLK
X51 VCO STOP 9 12 VCO STOP AEP AEP,UK CE
4.5MHz 22 CE
22 XOUT IF REQ 8 10 IF REQ MUTE IC81
DECODER
DO
16 FM OSC DO 6
DI INT 16 18 RDS-INT
20 AOUT DI 4 AMP
CL DECORDER 18 4 13
19 AIN CL 5 Q81
CE X801
18 PD CE 3 2 DATA 4.332MHz
PLL IN OUT 17
14
10 DECORDER 16
IN
1 20 RDS-DATA
21 AM RF IN
3 TUNED 6 88 TUNED
2 22 AFC
8 STEREO 7 87 STEREO
23 AM OSC
11
T11
FM-DET 8
7
9 VCC
A+12V NULL
4 9 6 A+12V
RB41 21 ST MUTE

23 23
HCD-DP1000D

– DVD SYS SECTION –

TRS 191 122 TRST


TMS 192 121 TMS
IC302 (2/2) IC503 (2/2)
DIGFITAL SERVO TCK 194 120 TCK
MPEG DECODER
DIGITAL SIGNAL PROCESSOR
D/A CONV.
TDO 195 118 TDI

XSRQ 70 46 IREQO

IC006

DM-REQ00
HWAITOB

DM-REQ1
DM-ACK1

DM-ACK0
HIREQ0

HAD23
HAD22
HRWB
CLKIN

XWAT
+1.8V

HCSB
MCKI

MCKI
MCKI
MCKI
+1.8V 3 1

HINT
HAD0-7
SCKI

XINT

HCS
XCS
D0-7 A0-7 HD0-7 REG
218-215,213-210
107 109 102 2-9 11-15 21 22 23 24 25 182 180 29 12 232-235,237-240 208-205,203-200 220 221 223 224 226 227 228 229 190191
17-19 1-5,7-10 198-195,193,192 IC501
XARPIT
XSDPIT
XARPCS
XSDPCS
XWAIT

XRD
XWRH

XAVDIT
XWAIT
DACK0
DREQ0
DACK1
DREQ1

XAVDCS2
XAVDCS3
+1.8V 1 +1.8V 2 +3.3V
REG
HD8-15

HA0-7

HD0-15

HA0-21
IC301
+3.3V 4 +3.3V 1 +5V
IC102 REG
CLOCK OSC

27-1OUT 3

33-2OUT 13
7 XTI
X102
27MHz 33-1OUT 15
ADDRESS BUS
8 XTI
512-1OUT 10

DATA BUS

XRQ
XWRH
CS0X

XRD
CS0H
XW0H
XAVDCS2
XAVDCS3
XARPCS
XSDPCS
XRAPIT
XSDPIT

XAVDIT
HD8-11

HA0-3,19

DREQ0

DREQ1
DACK0

DKCK1
XWAIT
D731 102-109,111-118 29-36 25-16 28 26 11
85-100 70 71 58 17 18 62 63 67 16 46 47 49 50 60 61
D+5V 1-5 38-45 10-1,48
XRQ
XWRH
CS0X

INT1
INT2
CS4X
CS5X
XWAIT
INT0
DREQ0
DACK0
DREQ1
DACK1

CS2X
CS3X

OE
CE
WE
18-15 5-2 HD0-15 HA0-21 DQ0-15 A0-19
1 10 11
TBL ADDRESS
XIFCS
XIFCS

SENSOR Q711 D0-3 SHA0-3 FLASH RAM IC107


SHA19
36 TSW1
Q712 CK 8 77 CPUCK
MAMUTE 83 XIFOK
S711 XRST 9 35 XRST XIFOK
35 TSW2 TRST
(BU UP/DOWN) INT 12 19 INT3 XFRRST 76 XFRRST
IC701 CS5 48
IC103
MOTOR DRIVER 65 CS6X DVD SYSTEM INT4 20 XIFINT
CONTROL SIO 25 SIO
1 MAIN
M721
4 OUT1 FIN 7 33 TRMP SOO 26
2
3
SOO C SECTION
TURN IC202 4 (Page 25)
MOTOR PGA SCO 27 6

XLD ON
2 OUT2 RIN 9 32 TRMM 5 SCO
SDA
SCL

12
WP

X1

X0

XIFCS 51 11
13 XIFCS
S701 29 CKMP 38 39 7 53 54 84
(OPEN/CLOSE) 28 CKMM

IC101 SDA 5 IC106 TUNER/DVD SYS


EEPROM SCL 6 X101
16.5MHz
XLDON B SECTION
WP 7 (Page 23)

24 24
HCD-DP1000D

J601
– MAIN SECTION – L REC OUT
L
IC607(1/2) IC1001 RY1082 TM1001 OUT
SOUND PROCESSOR
CENTER R-CH R

J1202
IC1201 COUT 32
Q610
15 18 SPEAKR
L IN1
MD VIDEO
17 L
MIC MIC MUTE
AMP 1 MAC IN
IN
POWER RY1081
AMP R-CH R
RV1201
SLOUT 36 14 7 L L IN4
MIC-LEVEL REAR
TUNER L-CH L
SECTION A 67 LIN2
Q609
6 SPEAKR
IN GAME
R-CH R
Q1051 Q1041 R-CH
MUTE R
J101 RY881
OVERLOAD OVERLOAD
DETECTOR DETECTOR
L L-CH J602
MD/VIDEO RY881 Q1081
RELAY RELAY Q1083
(AUDIO)
R R-CH
DECK PROC. IC801 D1091
Q1084 DRIVE DRIVE SWOUT SUB WOOFER
PB EQ IC301 INVERTER TM801
OUT
DECK-A AMP PB RY881
IC303 RV302 LEVEL
A/N(L)
REC(L)
43 64 LREC OUT1 FLOUT 46 18 POWER 10 L
48 REC AMP
DOLBY Q607 11 FRONT
PB D111 SPEAKER
70 B R-CH R
HEAD PB EQ A PB PB OUT(L) MUTE
AMP DOL 12
R-CH PB 40 70 LIN5 LREC OUT 63 Q801 Q835-837 M961
IC304 RV303 LEVEL B
120
PAS LIN1 66 OVER LOAD PROTECT Q111-113 FAN
46 LIN4 69 DETECTOR DETECTOR
Q823 D891 FAN
REC/PB SWITCH B/N(L) DRIVER
SWOUT 28
DECK-B IC302 MUTE Q831,832 Q833,834 Q881,882
Q611 Q1016,1017 RELAY
1 PROTECT PROTECT
THERMAL CONT DRIVE
MUTE +B DETECTOR
Q821,822
Q114
REC/PB E-6V 2 SWITCH MUTE FAN
HEAD 4 SWITCH
Q304,305 SWITCH

R-CH 3
R CH
C332,L301
BIAS EQ OUT(L) REC
TRAP 36 38 39 J1101

B NORM/CROM/METAL
RV304 EQ
R-CH REC RV301 PHONES
Q604 R CH
BIAS(L) REC(L) FRBB2 52
DBFB FEED BACK

REC /PB/PASS
LEVEL FRBB1 51

BIAS ON/OFF
CONT

NORM/HIGH
T301 TC A+12V

ALC ON/OFF
FL1101

RM ON/OFF

LM ON/OFF
NR ON/OFF
BIAS D606
BIAS(N) Q121

A120/70

MS OUT
OSC 33 BIAS Q605

PB A/B
ERASE BIAS(C) FLBB2 45 FLOURESCENT
E+6V Q302,303 Q301 32 SW DBFB MUTE INDICATOR TUBE
HEAD FLBB1 44 CONT
E+6V DISPLAY CONTROL
17 19 16 18 15 20 22 23 24 25 26
Q141
Q503 IC1101
MUTE F1 F2
DC SWITCHT
E+6V TC A+12V 6-10
TC BLOCK BIAS
IC607(2/2) 58 HEADPHONE
FIP21
I
12-22

A120/70
SOUND PROCESSOR
IC605 IC601 IC602 S1135
FIP59
24-41
43-47
MULTI-CHANEL AUDIO DECODE AUDIO DECODER S-RAM
B120/70 TOUCH 68 VL
PANEL FIP/LED5 90 Q1123,1124
67 66 68 65 61 60 59 58 53 72 16 69 VH I
L REC IN 2 DIVICE
B SHUT I I D15 100
PB-A/B
EQ -H/N

GRID
ALC
BIAS
REC-MUTE
NR-ON/OFF
R/PB-PAS
TC-MUTE
AMS-IN
90 B-SHUT 6
ADL+OUT 30 LIN+ MCLK 39 14 SCKOUT 80 13 70 HL FIP/LED20 1-5 DRIVER
A SHUT 89 A-SHUT BCK • • 97 99
ADL-OUT 7 29 LIN- BCK 4 20 71 HH
B PLAY 57 B-PLAY 98 10
FLIN 9 27 LOUT1 DATA0 9 18 SDI1 • I
A PLAY 56 A-PLAY SLIN 11 25 6 23 SDO1 99 7 S1136-1138,1140-1149 PLAY1 55 NC
SP PROTECT 86 LOUT2 DATA1 • •
B HALF 91 B-HALF SWIN 13 24 LOUT3 DATA2 7 24 SDO2 102 38
FRONT RELAY 84 FUCTION Q1107,1111 D1107,1111
A HALF 70 A-HALF I I KEY 64 KEY0
AMP-DATA 1 15 B PLAY C IN 12 23 LOUT3 DATA3 8 25 SDO3 108 35 1112 1112
TC-RELAY PB7/SO1 LED11 59 5.1CH
69 PORT3 20 17 PDN LRCK 5 19 LRCKO •
Q393,394 AMP-CLK 2 16 B PLAY 32 D+5V LED
SMUTE GP10 S1110-1114 PA3/AN3 LED10 67 EFFECT
AMP-LAT 3 17 B PLAY 3 67 I D0 DRIVER
A TRG M+ A TRIG 29 Q601 S1129-1134,1139
DRIVE 50 A-TRIG PB4/AN2 LED9 76 GROOVE
REAR-RELAY 85 64 20 FUCTION Q1108-1110,
Q391,392 KEY 65 KEY1 D1108,1113
PORT1 18 56 BST I I +4.5V REG 1113
STK-MUTE 72 66 18
B TRG M+ B TRIG 19 Q613 RLED5 FIP/LED0 85 LED CTL
DRIVE 52 B-TRIG • • LED
Q502 RESET 83 2 A15 S1116-1128
LED4 FIP/LED1 86 REC / ENTER DRIVER
PORT4 21 2 XRST

R-RECIN
L-RECIN
I
Q395
LINE-MUTE 71 LINE
SWITCH I
85 4 IC610 FUCTION
66 KEY2
CAP MOTOR MUTE PORT5 22 113 PM • • KEY
CAP M H/L 54 CAP-M H/L 92 1 PB6/AN13 78 GAME
SPEED CONT
I • +2.6V 3 REG 1 S1101
2 3
Q396,397
MASTER CONTROL
Q504-507 IC606 97

5
• 56 VOL 1A
PB6/AN14 79 DIGITAL Q1101-1106 D1101-1106
CAP MOTOR POWER AUDIO DECODE 109 21 ENCORDER PB7/AN15 80 VIDEO LED
CAP M+ 55 CAP M-CONT • 57 VOL 1B
DRIVE •
CN304
IC401(2/2) MUTE
MCLK 16 110 24
• A0
LED1 FIP/LED2 87 TAPE A/B
TUNER
DRIVER
15 LAT • LED1 FIP/LED3 88
CODEC-SMUTE 79 BCK 1 112 42 VOLUME
I CD/DVD
LRCK 3 44 LED1 FIP/LED4 89
• RCH is omitted due to same as LHC 7 LOUT DATA 2 26 SD04 •
Q612 27 Q1114-1116 D1114-1116
• Signal Path DATA 13 I
25 PB0/IC1 LED15 52 DISC1
MUTE 8 ROUT CLK 14 LED
: PB (DECK A) SWITCH PB1/C11 LED14 53 DISC2 DRIVER
CSO 44 6 CS
: PB (DECK B) WEO 45 17 WE PB8/S10 LED13 54 DISC3
DSP-CS 81 36 HCS 60 IIC DATA XIN 83
: REC (DECK B) DIG-TX 5 33 HD IN 61 IICCLOCK X1101
: FM DIG-CLK 7 34 HCLK 4.0MHz
10 XC-IN
X401 IC603(2/2) IC604(1/2) 77 RSTX XOUT 82
: CD 32.768kHz DIGITALAUDIO
BUFFER INTERFACE
g : MD(VIDEO) 11 XC-OUT

: AM DIR-STATE 77 6 5 17 XSTATE
T911
13 X-OUT DATA 16 30 SDI2 POWER TRANSFORMER
X402 DIR-RX 78 2 1 35 DO BCK 14 29 BCKI2 AC1
16MHz D871 E,EA,SP,MY
LRCK 15 28 LRCKI2
15 X-IN CKOUT +VH E,EA,SP,MY S901(1/2)
13 22 KFSI2
DIR-CS 76 37 CE XMCK 20 12 MCLK2 -VH F911 230-240
AC1
36 DI
38 CL
9 MCLK1 IC921 Q921-924
TUNER/DVD DSP AUDIO 24 69 GP8(AUDIO)

EXLOCK(ERROR)
D VMUTE 48 VMUTE
3 REG 1

GP9(DECODE)
SECTION SWITCH F912 220
(Page 23) AC2 F916
XIFOK 43 SYS OK DVD+12V D1071

HDOUT
XFRRST 40 SYS RST HACN +VL F913 120
XIFINT 42 SYS RQ 21 XOUT F917
AC2
DVD SYS X601 IC922
32
35
68
59
SECTION C SIO 36 SYS IN 13.5MHz -VL US,CND,AEP,UK
(Page 24) SOO 35 SYS OUT 22 XIN ERROR 34 AUS,E91,MX,TH
MC+9V 3 REG 1 D830,831
SCO 37 SYS CLK
XIFCS 19 SYS CS F1 JW906 JW907
FAN 94 F918
IICDATA 30
IC923 AC3
F2 E,EA,SP,MY
D950 JW903
IICCLK 29 A+12V 3 REG 1
(UNREG+16V) RY901
M-RESET 41
IC603(1/2) IC932 Q971
AC3
Q1120 D911
D1117 BUFFER
D+5V 3 REG 1 VP REG
POWER RED 97 POWER E,EA,SP,MY
DRIVER
DSP-RX 6
DSP-RX
12 13 IC933 (-30V)
F919 JW901
DSP-ACK 80 DSP-DATA
10 11
IC934 AC4
US,CND,AEP,UK
JW902
DSP-DECODE GC+3.3V 3 REG 1 D959 CN901
DSP-DECODE 82 8 9 AUS,E91,MX,TH
IC1102 DIR-UNLOCK 75
DIR-UNLOCK
4 3
D+3.3V 3 REG 1
(UNREG+9V) JW905 2 AC
REMOTE AC4 1 IN
IR CONTROL 4 SIRCS IC931 Q931,932
MX

JW909
RECEIVER
DVDPOWER 38 D+5V 3 5VREG 1 B+SWITCH D961,962 S901(2/2)
ACOUT 100 (DVD) D902-905 230-240
S1135 Q501
IC501 IC901
DISPLAY 73 DISPLAY KEY RESET +5.7V
RESET 12 3 RESET 1 3 1
SWITCH REG
S1115
120
POWER 74 POWER KEY STBY RELAY 83
EVER5.7V T901
RELAY SUB E,EA,SP,MY
DRIVER TRANSFORMER
Q901

25 25
HCD-DP1000D

6-3. PRINTED WIRING BOARD – RF-240 SECTION – • See page 22 for Circuit Boards Location.

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11

A RF–240 BOARD (SIDE A) RF–240 BOARD (SIDE B)

CN004

R002
R009
R045
MB

C015

C025
C022
OPTICAL B BOARD

R037
C031
C032
C033
C035

C039
C027
(Page 28)

C028
PICK–UP

C016
BLOCK 64 49
KHM–240AAA 1 48

CN003
C

C019
IC001 C043

C005
C006
C007
C008
C047
16 33 C048
17 32

C038
C040
C046

C036
C002
MB
C001
A BOARD

CN001

C026
(Page 28)
D R003

R038
R005
R006
C034

C044
R010
C018

R025
C024
CN002

C017

C023
Q001 Q002

R020
R023
R011

R007
R008

R029
E

D004
D001

C021
L001

L002
C009
F 11 11
1-681-879- (11) 1-681-879- (11)

• Semiconductor
Location
Ref. No. Location
D001 E-7
D004 E-9

IC001 C-8

Q001 E-8
Q002 E-9

26 26
HCD-DP1000D

6-4. SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM – RF-240 SECTION – • See page 22 for Waveforms. • See page 64 for IC Block Diagrams.

CN002
25P(1MMFFC)

GND
RF+
SLED GND
C027 C039 C044 PI
MOTOR PI
0.01 0.01 10 TE
16V TE
C001 FE
0.01 FE
SPINDLE 5V
MOTOR C002 MIRR
MIRR
0.01

0.01
TZC

0.001
TZC
SSDFCTI

0.1
SSDFCTI

12k
C028
SS_MON

0.1
0.1

C033
C035
C025 0.1

R037
SVC
C022 0.1 SSCK

C031
C032
R002 SSCK
100 SSWD
CN001 SSWD
SSRD MB
26P(1MMFFC) SSRD BOARD(1/5)
H SSCS
H SSCS (Page 30)
B
B 3.3V
A
A RFTPON
F R045 R009 C015
F 100 1k 4700p LDON
RF RFMON
GND SSCS GND
C016 SSCK FCS+
VC FCS+
4700p SSWD FCS-
VCC FCS-
G SSRD TRK+
G TRK+
C C019 TRK-
C TRK-
D 560p IC001
D SP3728AC
E C005 2200p FE
E C043
C006 2200p TE 0.1
GND
C007 2200p C047
PD 0.1
R003 C008 2200p RF AMP
VR
100 D SSDFCTI
MOD
C TZC
SW
B PI
LD GND
DVD_LD A C048
DVD LD 0.01
E
N.C
CD_LD F MIRR
CD LD
C046
N.C 0.01
FCS+
FCS+
FCS-
FCS-
TRK+
TRK+
TRK- R005 R006
TRK- R038 100k
2.2M 27k

C040
150p
G
H

C034 C038
0.01 0.047
C036
0.047
C026
0.01
CN004
9P
SPM+
SPM+
SPM-
R007 R008 SPM-
33 33 INLIM
INLIM
R010 C017
100 GND
47k R011 R023 LED
6.3V R020 LED
100 33 33 SLA-
SLA- MB
L001 SLB-
47µH C023 SLB- BOARD(1/5)
DVD_LD R025 R029 SLB+
100 100 SLB+ (Page 30)
Q001 47k 6.3V SLA+
CN003 SLA+
9P 2SB1132-T1 D004
00-QR
SLA+ 1SS355TE-1 L002
SLA+ LD DRIVE 7 47µH
SLB+
SLB+
SLB- Q002
SLB- D001 C009 C021 C024
SLA- C018 10 2SB1132-T1
SLA- 1SS355TE-1 10 0.001 00-QR 0.001
LED 7 16V 16V
LED LD DRIVE
GND CD_LD
INLIM
INLIM
SPM-
SPM-
SPM+
SPM+

27 27
HCD-DP1000D

6-5.PRINTED WIRING BOARD – MB SECTION – • See page 22 for Circuit Boards Location.

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
RF–240 RF–240

MB BOARD (SIDE A)
BOARD B BOARD A
(Page 26) (Page 26)

CN009

R432
CN010
C312
C418

R433
C416

C419 R317
C313 R313

C414
R319 R314
C351 R315

C304
R419 C311 C309 L701 • Semiconductor

R338 R352
R349
C324
R385

R345
B

R336
Location

C320
C403

C319
R316

R337

R334
R343

C317
C420 C310 Ref. No. Location

R341
C352
R413 C404 C349 IC006 C-3

C307
C306
R415

C348
C347
R414
R439 R425 R356 R342 IC103 G-3

C315
R301 IC202 G-5
C004 R302
C406 R412 R328 IC302 C-5
C405
C401

IC503 E-3
R417

R327

C331
C505
C R368
C005
C006

IC006

C512 IC302
CN404

R522
R384

C336
RV501 R332
R518 C521
1

D FOR
CHECK C345
5
C529

R330
CN008

C340 C339
R137
R140

IC503
R509
R107
C106

C108
R510

R125 C105

C766
C764

C765
E C111
C107

R
X102

C104

MAIN(1/3)
BOARD R508
(Page 36)
R525

C701 CN011

V
F R192 VIDEO
C502
CN101

BOARD
C745
C743

C506 R174
(Page 43)
T R164
FB714
R182 R121

MAIN(1/3) R165
R185

C742

C744
R114

BOARD 48 37
R186
R719

(Page 36) 1 36

C110 IC202
IC103
R170

G 12 25
R105

1 13 24
R206
R207
R133

FOR CN202
CHECK
5 1 10
X101

R111
C501
CN103

R179
R129
C112

R143

H
11
1-682-900- (11)
DRIVER
U BOARD
(Page 35)

28 28
HCD-DP1000D
Ver 1.6 2003.01

1 2 3 4 5 6 7

MB BOARD (SIDE B)

TYPE A
A

R078
R076
R077
R431
R079 R434 C417
R430

R429
C412
R427 C413

C407 C402
R305 R418
R306 C301 R406

R329
R307 R407
R308
R309 R421
R310 IC301

R424 R423 R409 R408


R311
C305
C408
R422
• Semiconductor
B R312
R350 Location
R351

IC401
Ref. No. Location

R410 R411
C430 C429
R299
R199
R701

C322 IC101 G-6

C328

R426
C318

C323 IC102 E-4

C411
R420 IC106 F-6
C325
R344

R416 IC107 G-5


R335

R435
C327

C346 C321 R428 IC301 B-4


C326

FB010
C415
R321

C333
IC303 D-3
C332

C019

FB008
C IC401 B-6

R512
R521
C350 1 5 IC502 IC501 F-6

R511
R514
FB009 FL003
4 IC502 C-5

C018
FL501
3
R513 C503 IC504 E-6

FL004
FB007
C335 IC505 E-5

R515
R516 IC701 F-2

C519
C540

C518
IC303 C541
C338 C522
R324 C542 Q711 F-2
C513 Q712 F-2
C520
C337

C537
C538
C539
R524
D

FB012
C536
C343 C344

FL005
C511
R320

C341

R533
C342 TP063

FB011
R136

IC505

IC504
C510
R124

R109
C535 C533

C717

C534
C712
FB112
L715

C722

C007
FL101
C716

C531
IC102
L711

R101
C721

C711

R191

C530
L713

C509

C526 C545
R713 R712 R711
C508

R017
R138
R517

R141 FL505
C516 C532
R126
C702

R021
IC701
R507 C504

R532
C523
R738
R142

C514 C546 C547 R554


E Q712
R737 R717
R134
C741

FB711
C524
C525
1
FB712 R718 FL502 3 IC501
F E R146 2
R172 R123

R188
R725 R161
R724

R131
R723

R162 R132
R175

IC106
Q711

R160 C119 R115


R166
R149
R187
R157

R128
R202

C203 C113
R130 R167
C206 R150
R119
R152
C204 C202
IC101

R154 R117
C116

R116
R118
R211 R212

R151
R204
R205

C205

FL202
G IC107 C114
C109
C103
R168
R147

C124
FL102
FL203
R214

R153
R155
R163
FL204

R215

R113

R112
R145

R156 R184 R183


FL103
H
C207
11
1-682-900- (11)

29 29
HCD-DP1000D
Ver 1.6 2003.01

6-6. SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM – MB(1/5) SECTION –

(2/5) (2/5) (2/5) (2/5)


(4/5)

SS_MON

SSDFCTI
RFTPON
XLDON

SSWD
SSRD

MIRR
SSCS

SSCK

SPFG
SVC

TZC

RF+
TE
FE

PI
CN404
5P
RF
GND
FE FOR CHECK
TE
PI

CN010
GND 25P
RF+
(5/5) +5V GND
(5/5) +3.3V PI
R432 R427 TE
DGND 10k 100k FE
(5/5) C412
0.033 +5V
R418 B MIRR
C414
33k 0.01 TZC
C402 R429 R430
R406 220p B C416 0.01 B R433 10k SSDFCTI
56k 100k
120k B SS_MON
C417 0.001 B R434 330
C413 SVC
R407 0.033
120k B SSCK
SSWD
IC401 RF-240
FAN8034 SSRD BOARD
C403 R431
R419 C407 56k SSCS (Page 27)
100p 33k R421 220p
CH 33k +3.3V
R408 B
150k MOTOR/ RFTPON
COIL LDON
DRIVE RFMON
GND
C408 FCS+
R409
150k 100p FCS-
CH TRK+
TRK-
R422
33k

TYPE A R076 R077


22k * CN009
9P
SLA+
C418 SLB+
C429 0.01
B SLB-
FDRV+ R411 R423 0.001
56k 33k B SLA-
FDRV-
LED
TDRV+ R079 GND RF-240
TDRV- *
(2/5) INLIM BOARD
SLE
SPM- (Page 27)
SLDA
SPM+
SLDB
LMCTL R410 C420
56k R413 0.1
10k R424 C430 B
33k 0.001 *
B
R077 R079

C404 R425 TYPE A 330 22


0.0015 220k
B TYPE B 10k 100k

R414 R420
470k 470k R439 R435
MDSO 0 10k R078
3.3k
C405 INLIM
0.1
C401 B TSD (2/5)
R417 R426
10k 0.015 R415 C406 C411 470k SPMUTE
R412 B 120k 0.1 R416 0.0047 (4/5)
(2/5) XDRVMUTE
270k B 680k B
MDPO R428 C415
33k 0.01
B C419
47 M12V
LMP 16V (5/5)
LMM MGND

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HCD-DP1000D

6-7. SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM – MB(2/5) SECTION – • See page 61 for IC Block Diagrams.

(3/5)

CDDOUT
XAVSRQ

CDLRCK

CDDATA
CDBCK
XSHD
SDCK
XSAK
SDEF
SDI7
SDI6
SDI5
SDI4

SDI3
SDI2
SDI1
SDI0
C332 C334 C336 C337
IC301 0.01 0.01 0.01 0.01
MM1385ENLE B B B B

R318
0
R329 A+3.3V REG. +1.8V (5/5)
0

ESTB
(5/5) +5V

4.7k
4.7k
4.7k
4.7k
4.7k
4.7k
4.7k
4.7k

3.3k
3.3k
TP606

0
JL329

MEMD9
MEMD8
MEMD15
MEMD14
MEMD13
MEMD12
MEMD11
MEMD10
C301

R305
R306
R307
R308
R309
R310
R311
R312

R302
R301
R368

R332
CL311
CL312
CL313
CL314
CL315
CL316
(5/5) +3.3V 0.1 4.7k
C352 C304 B
R330 47 220
0 16V 4V C305

MNT0
0.01
(5/5) DGND B

MNT5
MNT4
MNT3
MNT2
MNT1
C345
0.01 SDRAM
R342 33k B

R320 MEMD0 MEMD15


R341 10k 0 MEMD1 MEMD14
C317 0.01 B C343 MEMD2 MEMD13
R334 10k 0.01 MEMD3 MEMD12
B
C315 100p CH
MEMD7 MEMD4 MEMD11
R199 2.7k MEMD6 MEMD5 MEMD10
R299 150k MEMD5 MEMD6 MEMD9
R337 100
MEMD4 MEMD7 MEMD8
C322 0.01 B MEMD3
R352 MEMD2
2.2k IC303
MEMD1
MSM51V18160F-
R350 1.2k MEMD0 60TSKR1
C319 0.068 B R351 2.2k C339
R338 22k R349 27k 0.01 B

R343 220 C323 0.01 B MEMA9


R344 1k C327 0.1 B MEMA8
C318 0.01 B C340 MEMA0 MEMA7
C324 0.01 B 0.01 B MEMA9 MEMA1 MEMA6
R335 2.2k
R356 MEMA8 MEMA2 MEMA5
1.8k MEMA7 MEMA3 MEMA4
MEMA6
C328 0.01 B MEMA5
R336 10k C344
C306 C325 0.01 B MEMA4 0.01 B
0.0047 R345 10k IC302 MEMA3
B CXD9635R
C326 0.01 B MEMA2
RF+
C307 MEMA1
0.01 MEMA0
B DIGITAL SERVO
DIGITAL SIGNAL
C320 0.01 B
PROCESSOR XWAIT
D/A XSDPCS
C347 0.01 B
(1/5) CONVERTER XARPCS (4/5)
R313 470
TE XSDPIT
R314 470 C309 0.0047 B
FE XARPIT
R315 470 C310 0.0047 B
PI C341 0.01 B
C311 0.0047 B C348 0.01 B
HA7
R316 4.7k
HA6
C312 0.1 B
SPFG HA5
R317 C313 0.033 B
10k R319 6.8k R385 4.7k
SVC HA4
(1/5) HA3
C351 0.01 B
SS_MON HA2
C321 0.01 B
R321 C346 0.0047 B HA1
470 HA0
(4/5)
C342 0.01 B
HD15
C349 0.01 B JL318 HD14
ASW
HD13
HD12
HD11
HD10
HD9
HD8
(5/5) XRST

(4/5) XRST

(3/5) XRST
TRST
TRST
TMS
TMS
TDIKT
TDIKT (3/5)
10k

TCK
JL326

TCK
JL320

JL321
JL340
JL322

TDOKT
TDOKT
R328

C331 C333 C350 C335 C338


PWM2
TZC
MIRR

0.01 0.01 0.01 0.01 0.01


B B B B B
TDOKT
TDIKT

R384
TRST
TMS

TCK

10

XRD
(5/5)
XWRH

XRD
(4/5)
XWRH
INLIM
SPMUTE
TSD
RFTPON
XARPRST

MDSO

MDPO
LMP
LMM

SSRD
SSWD
SSCK
SSCS

XRD
33MARP

SSDFCTI
TZC
MIRR
SLDA
SLDB
LMCTL
SLE
TDRV+
TDRV-
FDRV+
FDRV-

(3/5)
XWRH

(4/5) (1/5) (4/5)


(1/5) (1/5)
(1/5) (1/5)

31 31
HCD-DP1000D

6-8. SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM – MB(3/5) SECTION –

(4/5)

XRD

HA10
HA11
HA12
HA13
HA14
HA15
HA16
HA17
HA18
HA19
HA20
HA21
(2/5)

HA0
HA1
HA2
HA3
HA4
HA5
HA6
HA7
HA8
HA9
XWRH
XAVDIT
XWAIT
DACK0

HA10
HA11
HA12
HA13
HA14
HA15
HA16
HA17
HA18
HA19
HA20
HA21
HA0
HA1
HA2
HA3
HA4
HA5
HA6
HA7
HA8
HA9
(4/5)
DREQ0
DACK1 XAVDCS3
DREQ1
XAVDCS2

(2/5) XRST
R507 C524 C525
0.01 0.01 (4/5)
100
C504 C516 C546 C547 C523
0.01 0.01 0.01 0.01 0.01

C514 R517
27MAVD
0.01 10k
R532
10k

HD7
HD6
HD5
HD4

HD3
HD2
HD1
HD0

HA0
HA1
HA2
HA3

HA4
HA5
HA6
HA7

HA8
HA9
HA10
HA11

HA12
HA13
HA14
HA15

HA16
HA17
HA18
HA19

HA20
HA21
HD0
HD0 IC504

JL522
HD1 HY57V161610DTC-7
HD1
HD2
HD2
HD3
HD3
HD4 C530 16M SDRAM
HD4 0.01
HD5
HD5
HD6 ADDT0 ADDT15
HD6
HD7 ADDT1 ADDT14
HD7
(4/5) HD8 C508
HD8 0.01
HD9 ADDT2 ADDT13
HD9
HD10 HD8 R525 ADDT3 ADDT12
HD10
HD11 HD9 10k C531 C534
HD11 0.01 0.01
HD12 HD10 ADDT0 ADDT4 ADDT11
HD12
HD13 HD11 ADDT15 ADDT5 ADDT10
HD13
HD14 C526
HD14 0.01
HD15 HD12 ADDT1 ADDT6 ADDT9
HD15
HD13 ADDT14 ADDT7 ADDT8
HD14 C545
0.01
C509 HD15 ADDT2
R508 0.01
0 ADDT13

512FSAVD
ADDT3
(4/5) SPDIF
ADDT12
33MAVD
ADAD11 ADAD9
ADDT4 ADAD10 ADAD8
ADDT11 ADAD0 ADAD7
ADDT5 ADAD1 ADAD6
ADDT10 ADAD2 ADAD5
ADAD3 ADAD4
ADDT6
ADDT9
CDDOUT C536
ADDT7 0.01
CDDATA
ADDT8

CDBCK
IC503
CDLRCK CXD1933Q IC505
R510 HY57V161610DTC-7 FL505
10k

R509 0 MPEG DECODER C532 16M SDRAM


0.01
SDI0
ADDT0 ADDT15
SDI1
ADDT1 ADDT14
SDI2

(2/5) SDI3
C510 ADDT2 ADDT13
0.01
ADDT3 ADDT12
SDI4
C533 C535
SDI5 0.01 0.01
ADDT4 ADDT11
SDI6
ADDT5 ADDT10
SDI7
C511
0.01
ADAD11 ADDT6 ADDT9
SDCK
ADAD9 ADDT7 ADDT8

SDEF
ADAD10
XSHD
ADAD8
XSAK
XAVSRQ
ADAD0
ADAD7
C538 C529 ADAD11 ADAD9
0.01 0.01
ADAD1 ADAD10 ADAD8
ADAD6 ADAD0 ADAD7
ADAD1 ADAD6
ADAD2 ADAD2 ADAD5
C539 ADAD5 ADAD3 ADAD4
0.01
IC501
TK71518ASCL ADAD3
R533 C537
ADAD4 10 0.01

REG.

JL524
TMS JL525 TRST

R554 TRST (4/5)


10

TMS

FL501 TCK
JL527 TRST
(5/5) +1.8V JL526
TDO
FL502 (2/5)
TCK
(5/5) +3.3V
C501 TDOKT
C502 1 C506 C519 R524
10 50V 10 0.01 10k TDIKT
(5/5) DGND
R514 R515 R516 R513 R512 R511 C540 C520 C522 C541 C542 JL528
220 220 220 220 220 220 0.01 0.01 0.01 0.01 0.01
C513
0.01 TDI

IC502
MM1385ENLE
Y_GND
Y
C_GND
(5/5)
C
R522 REG. R521
V_GND 3.3k 0
V +5V (5/5)
RV501
1k

C503 C505
C512
C518 R518 C521 220 0.01 10
0.1 1.2k 0.1 4V

32 32
HCD-DP1000D

6-9. SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM – MB(4/5) SECTION – • See page 22 for Waveforms. • See page 61 for IC Block Diagrams. • See page 54 for IC Pin Function.

CN103
5P

(5/5) +3.3V +3.3V


(5/5) DGND GND
R170
1k GND FOR CHECK
SI2
XARPIT RXD
SO2
XSDPIT *1 R150 *2 R152 *3 R154 TXD
XARPCS 33k E,MX 33k TH 68k AEP,EA,UK
(2/5)
XWAIT 15k AEP,UK 15k EXCEPT 33k SP,MY,TH FL103
FL102
6.8k SP,MY,TH TH 10k E91
E91 15k AUS,E,MX

*1
*2
*3
4.7k

SO0
SC0

SI0
C113 C119 R174
10 TP603 1k EA
0.01 0.01

R150
R152
R154
B B 3.3k AUS
(5/5) FGAINT
C103
0.01
B

HA21
HA20
HA19
HA18
HA17
3.3k
HA0

10k
10k
4.7k
4.7k
4.7k
4.7k
10k
10k
10k

10k
10k
10k
HA0
HA1
HA1

R128

R172
R130
HA2

R132
R131
R121

R146
R123
R134

R149
R151
R153
R155
IC101 HA2 (5/5)
BR24C08F-E2 HA3 HA3
HA19
HA19

EEPROM R157 0

JL111
TP604 HA0
IC107 HA0
C110 TP605 R175 0 HA1
100 MBM29DL324BE HA1
4V -90PFTN HA2
HA2
HA3 HA3
HA4
HA4
FLASH RAM HA5 HA5
HA16 HA17 HA6
HA6
HA15 HA7 HA7
R182
100k HA14 HA8
HA8
SI2 HA16 HA13 HD15 HA9 HA9
SO2 HA12 HD7 HA10
HA10
R114 HA15 HA11 HD14 HA11 (3/5)
HA11
100k HA14 HA10 HD6 HA12
HA12
XRST HA13 HA9 HD13 HA13 HA13
(2/5)
HA12 HA20 HD5 HA14
(2/5) XARPRST HA14
R117 1k HA11 R161 HA21 HD12 C124 HA15
0 HA15
IC103 HA10 HD4 0.01 HA16
MB91307APFV-G B HA16
R118 1k -BND-E1 HA9 HA17
HA17
HA8 R162 HD11 HA18
HA18
R105 10k 10k HD3 HA19
HA19
DVD SYSTEM HA7 C116 HD10 HA20
HA20
CONTROL HA6 0.01 HA19 HD2 HA21
B R160 HA21
HA5 10k HA18 HD9
HA4 HA8 HD1
XAVDIT
HA3 HA7 HD8
DREQ0
R116 10k HA2 HA6 HD0
DACK0 HA0
HA1 HA5 HA0
XWAIT HA1
HA0 HA4 HA1
DREQ1 HA2
(1/5) R119 10k HA3 HA2
DACK1 HA3
HD15 HA2 HA1 HA3
XSDPCS HA4
HD14 HA4
HA5
HD13 HA5
(1/5) XDRVMUTE HA6
HD12 HA6
R133
HA7
X101 10k HD11 HA7
16.5MHz R111
C109 HD10
470 (2/5)
0.01 HD9 HD7
B HD7
HD8 HD8
HD8
JL107 HD7 HD9 HD9
HD6 HD10
XAVDCS2 HD10
XAVDCS3 HD11 HD11
HD12
(3/5) 27MAVD HD12
HD13 HD13
HD14
HD14
HD15 HD15

HD0 HD0
HD1
HD1
JL108

HD2
JL123

HD2
HD3
HD3
HD4 HD4
HD5
HD5
10k
10k
10k
0.1

10k

10k

10k

R112 HD6
HD6
1k HD7
R179
R129
R156
C112

R113

R145

R143

HD7
HD8 (3/5)
HD5 HD8
HD9
HD4 HD9
HD10
CPUCK HD10
CL102

HD3
(5/5) HD11
XFGACS HD2 HD11
HD12
0.01
2.2k

HD1 HD12
CPUCK

HD13
HD0 HD13
HD14
R147
C114

HD14
HD15
HD15
HD8 HD8
R183
(5/5) WIDE 4.7k HD9
R184 10k HD9
HD10 (5/5)
HD10
(1/5) XLDON HD11
HD11

XWRH
(2/5)
XRD CN101
12P
(3/5) TRST XFRRST
R168 XIFINT
1k R167 R166 XIFCS

SI0
1k 4.7k
IC102 SI0
FL101 R101 IMIC6001BTD
2.2 SO0
IC106 R165 SC0
C105 TC74VHCT32AFT 100
C104 R164 GND
100 0.01 JL102 CLOCK OSC
100 XIFOK MAIN(1/3)
4V B R124 BOARD
VDD TEST 10 FR
SO0 OR GATE (Page 37)
VSS 33-1OUT VMUTE
R140
27-1OUT F SEL 10 TP601 SPDIF
R186
FB112 R109 C106 0.01 B 27-2OUT 33-2OUT 10k DGND
0UH 10 C111 R125 SC0
C107 VDD VDD R192 R191
0.01 10 R126 0 0
10p VSS VSS B 10
CH
XTI 512-1OUT
R141 10
XTO 512-2OUT R187 R188 VMUTE (5/5)
C108 R142 10 R185
X102 2.2k 10k +5V
15p R107 R136 R137 R138 10k (5/5)
CH 27MHz 1k 10 10 10
33MARP

33MAVD
512FSAVD
SPDIF

(2/5)

(3/5)

33 33
HCD-DP1000D

6-10. SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM – MB(5/5) SECTION – • See page 22 for Waveforms. • See page 63 for IC Block Diagrams.

FL202 FL203
C203
0.01
B

CL224
CL225
JL223
CL226
XFGACS
(4/5) CN202
CPUCK R214 R215 10P
C204 10k 10k
0.01
B R204
1k DGND
HA19 EXPI0
TBL ADDRESS SW
HA3 EXPI1
BU UP/DOWN SW
(4/5) HA2 R205
1k CLOSE SW
HA1 IC202 OPEN SW
HA0 LC22004A-RJ6-TBM
D+5V
C202 R206 R207 C207 DRIVER
220 220 0.01 M+7V
0.01 BOARD
B MTR CNT1(LOAD OUT)
R202 DIGITAL (Page 35)
100 MTR CNT2(LOAD IN)
(2/5) AUDIO R212
XRST 1k MGND
INTERFACE
XWRH
(2/5) C206 0.01 B
XRD
R211
(4/5) 1k
FGAINT

R017 FL204
0
C205
0.01
B

HD11
R021
HD10 0
(4/5) HD9
HD8
L701
10µH

R701 IC701
10k BA7666FS-E2
(4/5) VMUTE

C764 VIDEO BUFFER


C711 18p R711 1 C702 0.1
510 50V
C C701 100 6.3V CN011
C712 L711 15µH FB711 6P
C_GND 33p C765 C741 R717 0 FFC-S
C716 18p MUTE VCC 0.1 75
R712 1
510 50V INA OUTA1 C
Y R737 0
GND OUTA2 C742 100 6.3V GND
(3/5) C717 L713 15µH INB OUTB1
33p Y
Y_GND C766 C743 22 6.3V R738 0
C721 18p GND OUTB2 R724 R718 FB712 GND
R713 1 10k 75 0
510 50V NC NC VIDEO VIDEO
C744
V INC OUTC1 100 BOARD
GND
C722 L715 15µH GND OUTC2 6.3V Q711 (Page 43)
33p DTA114EKA-T146
V_GND C745
22
(4/5) WIDE 6.3V

R719 FB714
R725 75 0
10k

+5V
Q712 Q711,712
IC006 DTA114EKA-T146 SWITCH
(4/5) (3/5) (2/5) (1/5)
µPC2918

+1.8V +1.8V REG


C018 C019 FB008 FB007
(3/5) (2/5) 0.1 0.1 FL003
0UH 0UH
B B
FB010
0UH FL004
+3.3V CN008
FB009 8P
(4/5) (3/5) (2/5) (1/5) FB012 FB011 0UH PH-S
0UH FL005 0UH
M12V 11V
C004 C005 C006
220 MGND
(1/5) 47 47
16V 4V 16V 5V
MGND GND
3.3V
DGND GND MAIN
C007 BOARD
(4/5) (3/5) (2/5) (1/5) M+7V (1/3)
10p
M+7VGND (Page 37)

34 34
HCD-DP1000D

6-11. SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM – DRIVER SECTION –

CN731 IC701
BA6956AN

OUT2

OUT1
VREF

GND
VCC
RNF

RIN
VM

FIN
D731
SIR-34ST3FK

M721
R702
S701 47
TURN MOTOR
OPEN/CLOSE SW

330
C702
10
D701 50V CN701

R701
MTZJ-3.9A 10P
CN721 MGND
C721 8P CN702
CN723 0.01 8PM MTR CNT2
2P
MTR+ MTR CNT1
R712
1k R714 R713 R721 MTR- M+7V
10k 10k 680
D+5V D+5V
R711
1k CN711 OPEN SW OPEN SW
D+5V CLOSE SW CLOSE SW MB
Q712 BU UP/DOWN SW BU UP/DOWN SW BU UP/DOWN SW BOARD(5/5)
PT483F1 Q711 C712
DTC114ESA 0.1 TBL ADDRESS SENS TBL ADDRESS SENS TBL ADDRESS SENS (Page 34)
DGND DGND DGND
Q711,712
S711
TBL ADDRESS SENS CN722
BU UP/DOWN SW 4PM

6-12.PRINTED WIRING BOARD – DRIVER SECTION – • See page 22 for Circuit Boards Location.

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

SENSOR BOARD MOTOR BOARD


1 • Semiconductor Location
JW712

CN711
JW713

A Ref. No. Location


S701
4 OPEN/CLOSE SW D701 C-6
D731 C-2
R714 E
Q711 C721 DRIVER BOARD IC701 C-6
JW722

R712
JW721

Q711 A-2
R713
R711

E Q712 B-2

CN702
Q712
C
1

C712
72

B
M

S711 M JW705
JW725

BU UP/DOWN JW704
SW 11
1-682-792- (11) C703
C704

C701
JW703
R702

CN721
CN723 C702

JW701
JW702
DIODE BOARD JW724
JW723

R721

CN701
1 CN722
2
MB
JW726
1 9
U BOARD
C CN731 (Page 28)
D731 IC701 R701
11
11 1-682-791- D701
(11) 11
1-682-793- (11)
1-682-790- (11)

35 35
HCD-DP1000D

6-13. PRINTED WIRING BOARD – MAIN SECTION – • See page 22 for Circuit Boards Location.
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11
• Semiconductor Location
DPS
Ref. No. Location BOARD
D51 A-9
FOR IIC WRITER
(Page 40)
E
MAIN BOARD
D81 D-8
A
D111 G-9 JW40 IC51 JR1 D51 Q2 R63

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