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CRT4158
AVIC-F90BT/XS/UC

FLASH MEMORY MULTIMEDIA AV NAVIGATION RECEIVER

AVIC-F90BT /XS/UC

AVIC-F900BT/XS/UC
AVIC-F900BT/XS/AU
This service manual should be used together with the following manual(s):
Model No. Order No. Mech.Module Remarks

CX-3212 CRT3896 MS5 DVD Mech. Module : Circuit Descriptions, Mech. Descriptions, Disassembly

Manufactured under licence from Dolby Laboratories. “Dolby” and the double-D symbol
are trademarks of Dolby Laboratories.
“DTS” and “DTS Digital Out” are registered trademarks of DTS, Inc.

For details, refer to "Important Check Points for Good Servicing".

PIONEER CORPORATION 4-1, Meguro 1-chome, Meguro-ku, Tokyo 153-8654, Japan


PIONEER ELECTRONICS (USA) INC. P.O. Box 1760, Long Beach, CA 90801-1760, U.S.A.
PIONEER EUROPE NV Haven 1087, Keetberglaan 1, 9120 Melsele, Belgium
PIONEER ELECTRONICS ASIACENTRE PTE. LTD. 253 Alexandra Road, #04-01, Singapore 159936
PIONEER CORPORATION 2008
K-ZZZ.-001 MAY 2008 Printed in Japan
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SAFETY INFORMATION
CAUTION
A This service manual is intended for qualified service technicians; it is not meant for the casual do-it-yourselfer.
Qualified technicians have the necessary test equipment and tools, and have been trained to properly and safely repair
complex products such as those covered by this manual.
Improperly performed repairs can adversely affect the safety and reliability of the product and may void the warranty.
If you are not qualified to perform the repair of this product properly and safely, you should not risk trying to do so
and refer the repair to a qualified service technician.

WARNING
This product contains certain electrical parts contain chemicals which are known to the State of
California to cause cancer, birth defects or other reproductive harm.
Health & Safety Code Section 25249.6 - Proposition 65
B
This product contains mercury. Disposal of this material may be regulated due to environmental considerations.
For disposal or recycling information, please contact your local authorities or the Electronics Industries
Alliance: www.eiae.org.

The backlighting lamp of LCD in this equipment contains mercury. Disposal of this material may be
regulated due to environmental considerations according to Local, State or Federal Laws. For disposal
or recycling information, please contact your local authorities or the Electronics Industries
Alliance: www.eiae.org

Where in a manufacturer’s service documentation, for example in circuit diagrams or lists


C of components, a symbol is used to indicate that a specific component shall be replaced only
by the component specified in that documentation for safety reasons, the following symbol shall
be used:

1. Safety Precautions for those who Service this Unit.


• Follow the adjustment steps in the service manual when servicing this unit. When check -
ing or adjusting the emitting power of the laser diode exercise caution in order to get safe, reliable results.

Caution:
1. During repair or tests, minimum distance of 13cm from the focus lens must be kept.
D 2. During repair or tests, do not view laser beam for 10 seconds or longer.

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[Important Check Points for Good Servicing]


In this manual, procedures that must be performed during repairs are marked with the below symbol.
Please be sure to confirm and follow these procedures.
A
1. Product safety
Please conform to product regulations (such as safety and radiation regulations), and maintain a safe servicing environment by
following the safety instructions described in this manual.

1 Use specified parts for repair.

Use genuine parts. Be sure to use important parts for safety.

2 Do not perform modifications without proper instructions.

Please follow the specified safety methods when modification(addition/change of parts) is required due to interferences such as
radio/TV interference and foreign noise.

3 Make sure the soldering of repaired locations is properly performed. B

When you solder while repairing, please be sure that there are no cold solder and other debris.
Soldering should be finished with the proper quantity. (Refer to the example)

4 Make sure the screws are tightly fastened.

Please be sure that all screws are fastened, and that there are no loose screws.

5 Make sure each connectors are correctly inserted.

Please be sure that all connectors are inserted, and that there are no imperfect insertion.

6 Make sure the wiring cables are set to their original state.

Please replace the wiring and cables to the original state after repairs.
In addition, be sure that there are no pinched wires, etc. C

7 Make sure screws and soldering scraps do not remain inside the product.

Please check that neither solder debris nor screws remain inside the product.

8 There should be no semi-broken wires, scratches, melting, etc. on the coating of the power cord.

Damaged power cords may lead to fire accidents, so please be sure that there are no damages.
If you find a damaged power cord, please exchange it with a suitable one.

9 There should be no spark traces or similar marks on the power plug.

When spark traces or similar marks are found on the power supply plug, please check the connection and advise on secure
connections and suitable usage. Please exchange the power cord if necessary.

a Safe environment should be secured during servicing. D

When you perform repairs, please pay attention to static electricity, furniture, household articles, etc. in order to prevent injuries.
Please pay attention to your surroundings and repair safely.

2. Adjustments
To keep the original performance of the products, optimum adjustments and confirmation of characteristics within specification.
Adjustments should be performed in accordance with the procedures/instructions described in this manual.

3. Lubricants, Glues, and Replacement parts


Use grease and adhesives that are equal to the specified substance.
Make sure the proper amount is applied.
E

4. Cleaning
For parts that require cleaning, such as optical pickups, tape deck heads, lenses and mirrors used in projection monitors, proper
cleaning should be performed to restore their performances.

5. Shipping mode and Shipping screws


To protect products from damages or failures during transit, the shipping mode should be set or the shipping screws should be
installed before shipment. Please be sure to follow this method especially if it is specified in this manual.

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CONTENTS
SAFETY INFORMATION..................................................................................................................................... 2
1. SERVICE PRECAUTIONS ............................................................................................................................... 5
A
1.1 SERVICE PRECAUTIONS ........................................................................................................................ 5
1.2 NOTES ON SOLDERING .......................................................................................................................... 6
2. SPECIFICATIONS ............................................................................................................................................ 7
2.1 SPECIFICATIONS ..................................................................................................................................... 7
2.2 DISC/CONTENT FORMAT ........................................................................................................................ 9
2.3 PANEL FACILITIES.................................................................................................................................. 10
2.4 CONNECTION DIAGRAM ....................................................................................................................... 13
3. BASIC ITEMS FOR SERVICE........................................................................................................................ 15
3.1 CHECK POINTS AFTER SERVICING..................................................................................................... 15
3.2 PCB LOCATIONS .................................................................................................................................... 16
3.3 JIGS LIST ................................................................................................................................................ 17
3.4 CLEANING............................................................................................................................................... 18
B 4. BLOCK DIAGRAM.......................................................................................................................................... 20
4.1 OVERALL CONNECTION DIAGRAM...................................................................................................... 20
4.2 BLOCK DIAGRAM ................................................................................................................................... 22
4.3 POWER SUPPLY SYSTEM FIGURE ...................................................................................................... 32
5. DIAGNOSIS.................................................................................................................................................... 36
5.1 OPERATIONAL FLOWCHART ................................................................................................................ 36
5.2 INSPECTION METHOD OF PICKUP UNIT............................................................................................. 38
5.3 DIAGNOSIS FLOWCHART ..................................................................................................................... 41
5.4 ERROR CODE LIST ................................................................................................................................ 63
5.5 CONNECTOR FUNCTION DESCRIPTION ............................................................................................. 64
5.6 TROUBLESHOOTING ............................................................................................................................. 65
6. SERVICE MODE ............................................................................................................................................ 69
C
6.1 TEST MODE ............................................................................................................................................ 69
6.2 DVD TEST MODE ................................................................................................................................... 82
6.3 uBOOT MENU ......................................................................................................................................... 86
6.4 USING THE TEST DISC.......................................................................................................................... 87
7. DISASSEMBLY .............................................................................................................................................. 93
8. EACH SETTING AND ADJUSTMENT ......................................................................................................... 102
8.1 DVD ADJUSTMENT .............................................................................................................................. 102
8.2 AV UNIT ADJUSTMENT ........................................................................................................................ 108
8.3 FLICKER ADJUSTMENT........................................................................................................................110
9. EXPLODED VIEWS AND PARTS LIST.........................................................................................................112
9.1 PACKING ................................................................................................................................................112
D 9.2 EXTERIOR(1) .........................................................................................................................................114
9.3 EXTERIOR(2) .........................................................................................................................................116
9.4 EXTERIOR(3) .........................................................................................................................................118
9.5 DVD MECHANISM MODULE ................................................................................................................ 120
10. SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM............................................................................................................................. 122
10.1 AV UNIT(PS/IF SECTION)(GUIDE PAGE) .......................................................................................... 122
10.2 AV UNIT(A/V SECTION)(GUIDE PAGE) ............................................................................................. 128
10.3 AV UNIT(TUNER SECTION) ............................................................................................................... 134
10.4 AV UNIT(SYSTEM uCOM SECTION)(GUIDE PAGE) ......................................................................... 136
10.5 AV UNIT(RGB LED DRIVER SECTION) ............................................................................................. 142
10.6 AV UNIT(IF SECTION)(GUIDE PAGE) ................................................................................................ 144
10.7 KEYBOARD UNIT................................................................................................................................ 150
E 10.8 DVD CORE UNIT(1/2)(GUIDE PAGE)................................................................................................. 152
10.9 DVD CORE UNIT(2/2) ......................................................................................................................... 158
10.10 COMPOUND UNIT(A) AND COMPOUND UNIT(B) .......................................................................... 160
10.11 WAVEFORMS .................................................................................................................................... 162
11. PCB CONNECTION DIAGRAM.................................................................................................................. 164
11.1 AV UNIT ............................................................................................................................................... 164
11.2 KEYBOARD UNIT ................................................................................................................................ 168
11.3 DVD CORE UNIT ................................................................................................................................. 170
11.4 COMPOUND UNIT(A) AND COMPOUND UNIT(B)............................................................................. 174
12. ELECTRICAL PARTS LIST ........................................................................................................................ 175

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1. SERVICE PRECAUTIONS
1.1 SERVICE PRECAUTIONS
A

1. You should conform to the regulations governing the product (safety, radio and noise, and other regulations),
and should keep the safety during servicing by following the safety instructions described in this manual.
2. Be careful in handling ICs. Some ICs such as MOS type are so fragile that they can be damaged by electrostatic
induction.
3. Before disassembling the unit, be sure to turn off the power. Unplugging and plugging the connectors during
power-on mode may damage the ICs inside the unit.
4. To protect the pickup unit from electrostatic discharge during servicing, take an appropriate treatment
(shorting-solder) by referring to "the DISASSEMBLY" .
5. After replacing the pickup unit, be sure to skew adjustment.
B
6. During disassembly, be sure to turn the power off since an internal IC might be destroyed when a connector
is plugged or unplugged.

EJECT LOCK MODE for DVD mechanism


In order to change the EJECT LOCK/UNLOCK status of the mechanism, please perform following procedure.
< Procedure >
Top Menu -> AV Source -> Source OFF

C
A C B

Short push area "A" -> Short push area "B" -> Long push area "C" on above screen.
(In order to change the status, follow the same operation.)

The current status can be confirmed by "OFF" character color.


D

Eject Lock: OFF Eject Lock: ON

is a trademark of DVD Format/Logo Licensing Corporation.


E

The Bluetooth word mark and logos are owned by the Bluetooth SIG, Inc.
F
and any use of such marks by Pioneer Corporation is under license.
Other trademarks and trade names are those of their respective owners.

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1.2 NOTES ON SOLDERING

A
For environmental protection, lead-free solder is used on the printed circuit boards mounted in this unit.
Be sure to use lead-free solder and a soldering iron that can meet specifications for use with lead-free solders for repairs
accompanied by reworking of soldering.

Compared with conventional eutectic solders, lead-free solders have higher melting points, by approximately 40 C.
Therefore, for lead-free soldering, the tip temperature of a soldering iron must be set to around 373 C in general, although
the temperature depends on the heat capacity of the PC board on which reworking is required and the weight of the tip of
the soldering iron.

Compared with eutectic solders, lead-free solders have higher bond strengths but slower wetting times and higher melting
temperatures (hard to melt/easy to harden).

B The following lead-free solders are available as service parts:


Parts numbers of lead-free solder:
GYP1006 1.0 in dia.
GYP1007 0.6 in dia.
GYP1008 0.3 in dia.

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2. SPECIFICATIONS
2.1 SPECIFICATIONS
A

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2.2 DISC/CONTENT FORMAT

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2.3 PANEL FACILITIES

.
D

.
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2.4 CONNECTION DIAGRAM

:F900BT
C

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3. BASIC ITEMS FOR SERVICE


3.1 CHECK POINTS AFTER SERVICING
A
To keep the product quality after servicing, please confirm following check points.

No. Procedures Item to be confirmed


1 Confirm whether the customer complain has The customer complain must not be
been solved. reappeared.
If the customer complain occurs with the Display, video, audio and operations must be
specific media, use it for the operation check. normal.
2 DVD Measure playback error rates at the Deterioration of mecha-drive can be
innermost and outermost tracks by using the checked.
test mode with the following disc. The error rate must be less than the
DVD test disc (GGV1025) threshold value. B
(Refer to the chapter of DIAGNOSIS
for the threshold value.)
3 DVD Play back a DVD. Display, video, audio and operations must be
(Menu operation; Title/chapter search) normal.
4 CD Play back a CD. Display, audio and operations must be
(Track search) normal.
5 FM/AM tuner Check FM/AM tuner action. Display, audio and operations must be
(Seek, Preset) normal.
Switch band to check both FM and AM.
6 GPS positioning Connect GPS antenna to the product, and Current location must be correct.
check whether the current location is correct. Display and operations must be normal. C

7 Map display Check functions of map scale change and Display and operations must be normal.
Touch-panel map scroll.
operation
Remote-control
operation
8 Delete data added during the operating Make sure to delete data added during the
check. operating check.
Check whether no media (CD etc.) is inside The media used for the operating check must
the product. be ejected.
9 Appearance check No scratches or dirt on its appearance after D
receiving it for service.

See the table below for the items to be checked regarding video and audio:

Item to be checked regarding video Item to be checked regarding audio


Block-noise Distortion
Horizontal noise Noise
Dot noise Volume too low
Disturbed image (video jumpiness) Volume too high
Too dark Volume fluctuating
Too bright Sound interrupted
Mottled color E

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3.2 PCB LOCATIONS

B
Keyboard Unit

A AV Unit

C
DVD Core Unit
C

D E
Compound Unit(A) Compound Unit(B)

Unit Number : CWN3648(A:AVIC-F90BT/XS/UC)


Unit Number : CWN3171(B:AVIC-F900BT/XS/UC)
Unit Number : CWN3177(C:AVIC-F900BT/XS/AU)
D Unit Name : AV Unit
Unit Number :
Unit Name : Keyboard Unit
Unit Number : YWX5005
Unit Name : DVD Core Unit
Unit Number : CWX3595
Unit Name : Compound Unit(A)
Unit Number : CWX3559
Unit Name : Compound Unit(B)

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3.3 JIGS LIST

Navi Unit
A

GGD1560

DVD Mechanism Module

GGD1327
B

Panel Unit

GGD1284

GGD1250

AV Unit

- Jigs List

15P FFC GGD1123 Navi Unit <---> SD Unit


74P FFC GGD1560 Navi Unit <---> Panel Unit
50P FFC GGD1250 Navi Unit <---> AV Unit
20P Extension Cable GGD1327 Navi Unit <---> AV Unit
TORX screwdriver GGK1068 T8 (For top cover)
40P FFC GGD1284 AV Unit <---> DVD Mechanism Module D
DVD-Video GGV1025 Skew adjustment
CD-DA TCD-782 Skew adjustment
TORX driver(T2) GGK1095 Skew adjustment
Bond GEM1033 Skew adjustment

- Grease List
Name Jig No. Remarks
Grease GEM1024 DVD Mechanism Module E
Grease GEM1043 DVD Mechanism Module
Grease GEM1045 DVD Mechanism Module
Grease GEM1050 DVD Mechanism Module
Locking agents 1401M DVD Mechanism Module (1401M:produced by THREE BOND)

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3.4 CLEANING

Before shipping out the product, be sure to clean the following portions by using the prescribed cleaning tools:
Portions to be cleaned Cleaning tools
DVD pickup lenses Cleaning liquid : GEM1004
Cleaning paper : GED-008

Portions to be cleaned Cleaning tools


Fans Cleaning paper : GED-008

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4. BLOCK DIAGRAM
4.1 OVERALL CONNECTION DIAGRAM
A

MIC

CP

BTJ2
1
CN803
C

LCJ1
B KEYBOARD UNIT
CN802

1
(AV MINI
JACK IN)
4
CN801
1 22

74

TMJ1

1 22 1 74
OTJ2 OTJ1 CORD ASSY :CDP1091
CN1
LCJ6

MUTE 1 1
D
PANEL UNIT
4

VIDEO INPUT2
CWX3651
1

REAR OUTPUT
}
LCJ1 LCJ3
1 10 1 60 } 24
FRONT OUTPUT

CN1016
FM/AM
SUBWOOFER OUTPUT
}

SYSTEM REMOTE CONTROL

LCD MODULE AUDIO INPUT


}
CWX3611
VIDEO INPUT1

REAR MONITOR OUTPUT

E REAR CAMERA INPUT


24 24
ANT1

FM/AM ANT

TOUCH PANEL
CWX1136

LCD MODULE ASSY CXC8914

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B
SD UNIT
GPS ANTENNA ASSY
CWX3652
MIC ASSY
OTJ2
1 15
CXM1320 CXC8574
FAN

CPM1064

CORD ASSY
1 6 1 15 1 3 1 2 1 3 1 3
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BTJ2 OTJ11 OTJ6 OTJ4 SPJ2 GPJ1 OTJ3
1 MIC (DIGITAL OUT)
BLACK 2.5 GRAY 3.5

C
LCJ1

CDP1153

NAVI UNIT USB

CDE8561
OTJ5

1
74
5
TMJ1 SPJ1 OTJ1
1 20 50 1

1 20 1 50 1 11
CN1441 CN1001 CN1000 CN1021
1
IP BUS D
CORD ASSY
A AV UNIT FR+
RR+
1 1

A 1/6 PS/IF SECTION FR-


RR-
FL+
24 1
A 2/6 A/V SECTION RL+
CN1016

FL- POWER SUPPLY


FM/AM TUNER UNIT RL-
TERMINALS
A 3/6 TUNER SECTION
PKB
PULSE
REV
ILM
A 4/6 SYSTEM uCOM SECTION AANT
ACC

A 5/6 RGB LED DRIVER SECTION


GND 16
BUP
10A
16

CN1005
A 6/6 IF SECTION

E
24 ANT1401 CN702
40 1
FM/AM ANTENNA IN

40 1

CN1901

C D E
CN1852

2
DVD MECHANISM MODULE
1

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4.2 BLOCK DIAGRAM

SDIO(1)
SD Board SD/MMC Slot
Rear
Pannel
GPS
Antenna GPS Antenna G
GPS Antenna CONN

USB 2.0 U
USB 2.0 Slot*1

C RS232CONN*1

Composite In (1) Composite


Rear Camera CONN
Composite

Audio Unit GUIDANCE (Audio Signal)


Speaker Out Source Audio Signal
Speaker CONN AMP E-vol

Composite In
R-sound In
3RCA CONN
L-sound In DVD or CD (S10.5 comp2)

D
AV
Selector IC
Video Out CONN Audio Unit
Composite In (2)

I2C
IP-BUS CONN
Only AVN-Japan TMC
Radio
Antenna FM/AM FM
Radio Antenna CONN RF Splitter MPX DARC
Tuner

Phone Mute Input Arrange


Phone Mute CONN Waveform UART(2)

Parking Signal Input Arrange Votage


Parking Signal CONN Waveform Detecting IC Reset Signal
System
E to Titan u-COM Votage
Wire Remote Input (NAVIBD) Detecting IC
Arrange
Wire Remote Input Waveform Reset
GND
CPU Watchdog
An Information of Power off
Reverse Signal Input Arrange to CPLD(NAV
Reverse Signal Input Waveform An Answer of Power off

Acc/Bup/ILM Reverse Signal


Sence Control Signal
Power Supply CONN
VCC 5 V
DC/DC Switch

Speed Pulse Input Speed Pulse


Speed Pulse CONN LPF

Digital Out CONN


F

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LCD Board A
LED Driver Touch Panel
5.8” TFT LCD 4-wire
with
LVDS RX Touch Panel

Dead Reckoning Navigation Unit


H & D Gyro
I2C(1)
ADC
G Sensor
BT Antenna
USP(0) B
ROM 16-bit Bluetooth Module
SLC Flash 256 MB
SDIO(1)
CPU
UART(0) TMC
DDR1*2 133 MHz TMC/FM6 Module
(16Meg*32)
600 MHz
GPS Antenna
GPS Front end
Mono Out
AC97
Audio Codec Headphone Out
USB 2.0 USB 2.0
USB 2.0
UP to 400 MHz DDR or 166 MHz SDRAM
Enhanced 32 channel GPS base band
24-bit Color-TFT LCD panel interface
RS232 8/16-bit HAND flash interface
Transmitter CMOS/CCD sensor interface C
ITU-R BT USB OTG 2.0 high-speed interface ADC
601/656 ATA-4 interface (UDMA33)
Composite In (1) 8-bit 2 slots SD/SDIO/MMC/MMC4.0/CE-ATA
Video Decoder Switch 2 CANBus ports
Composite In (2) AC97 & I2C Audio CODEC interface
I2C(0)
3 Universal Serial Ports (USP) &
UART(2) 3 UARTs Xilinx CPLD
2 SPI interface Timing Speed Pulse
Reset Signal 2 I2C interface Control
Signal) PWM interface
16-bit
l Color-TFT LVDS TX
VCC 5 V
5 V In Jack

CKS4823-A

comp2) Digital Out CONN

D
Front Panel
posite In (2)
Volume Key Pad
Controller Board

Buttons
1. Eject
2. Menu
3. Map
4. Mute AuX-in

T(2)
BT Antenna

t Signal
E

t
GND
Watchdog
wer off
off to CPLD(NAVI BD)

rse Signal

5V

d Pulse

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A AV UNIT(1/2) FM/AM TUNER UNIT

13
17

10
14

23
4

5
6
8
9
A

VCC
ROM_VDD
VDD_3.3

AM_ANT

FM_ANT

SL
CE2
CE1
CK
DI
DO

Lch
TUNCE2
TUNCE1
TUNCLK
TUNDO
TUNSL

TUNDI

FML
AV8
VDD5
TU3
ANT1401 SYSTEM-uCOM
FM/AM IC610(1/2)
ANTENNA A C PEG447A
B PEG449A
FM DISTRIBUTION
141 73
Q1401 Q1421 TUNSL FANCONT
9
FL TUNCE2
FL T1402 T1403
8
TUNCE1
7
TUNCLK
5
T1401 TUNDO
6
B TUNDI

FML
AV8

IPL
TO 2/2 D
CN1441 VICS/TMC AMP A C
Q1441 DVD LP
NAVI UNIT DVDL 3 IC1015(1/
TMJ1 NJM4558
AMUTE
Q3041
AV8
Q3042
AMUTE
X601 20
20.000MHz
XOUT GUIDE ISOLATOR
GUIDE 3 IC1016
BA4558RF
22
XIN
M
TEMP SENSOR Q43
TH601
C AV8

GUIDEMUTE
137
TEMPIN 77 NOSELR
NOSELR

97
VCK
IR REMOTE 96
VDT
95
VST
1 3
U695 REMCON

3 B
SWVDD5

79
SELSCL
5V→3V SELSDA
78
IC607 66
D CN702 TC74VHC08FTS1 SREMOTE

XRES XRES3 6 4,5 XRES5 64 BUP


21 XRES Q2860
IRQPWR IRQPW3 3 1,2 IRQPW5 63
22 IRQPW
HSTCMD SYSTOMS53 11 12,13 SYSTOMS55 38
23 HSTCMD

3V→5V
IC612
TC74VHCT32AFT IC604
SLVSTS MS5TOSYS3 5 TC7S32FU
24 6 MS5TOSYS5 40
CNVSS 4 SLVSTS 85 1
MUTE 4
CN1901

2
16
CNVSS 4 Q28
STANBY MS5_STANDBY3 9,10 8 MS5_STANDBY5 61 SRCMUTE
25 MS5_STANDBY
IC608
WAKEUP 62 BD5335FVE
C

40 WAKEUP 2
VDD8(DRY) 19 1 5
1 VD8 RESET VOUT VDD
134 ILMSNS IC603
2 ILLSNS CT
3
VDD8(REG)
VD8 ASENS
103 TC7SH04FUS1
E 72 3
14 VDD5 TEIN
I MVDD5
17

ANALOUT DVDL
29
AMUTE
20
CVBS DVDV
32

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A
CN1001
A AVIC-F900BT/XS/UC NAVI5V 4
6
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NAVI UNIT
10
C AVIC-F90BT/XS/UC 12

SPJ1
14
D TO 2/2 16
18
AV8V
FAN DRIVER AV8 20

FANCONT FU4771 FANV


Q4771 2
FANUP
I
ASENS Q4776

EVOL PWR AMP


IC4271 IC1007
PML018A PAL007C CN1005 B
2 10 FL 14 21 FL+
IN5+_L Frout_L IN4 OUT4+ 5
23 FL-
OUT4- 7
3 11 RL 12 5 RL+
IN4+_L Rear_L IN2 OUT2+ 6

POWER SUPPLY TERMINALS


3 RL-
MUTE OUT2- 8
DVD LPF PFL SREMOTE 4
STBY BUP 16
3 IC1015(1/2) 1 7
IN1-L
PRL
ANTB
AANT
13
E NJM4558V
POMUTE MUT 22 PARKING SENS
MUTE
25 PKBOUT PKB
Q3042 B_REMOTE 9
Q4333 Q4751
SPEED PULSE
10
GUIDE ISOLATOR/LPF AMP REVSNS
3 IC1016 7 5
IN3_L
REVSNS REV
11
BA4558RFVM Q4331 Q2870
12 MUTE SWL ILMSNS
MUTE Pre/SW_L
ILMSNS ILM
Q4312 12
Q2880
AV8 C
Q4314 Q4332 ASENS
ASENS ACC
14
Q2900

CN1016
VCK 20
CLK BREMOTE BREM
VDT 19 12
DATA PFL FL
VST 21 9
STB AV SELECTOR PRL RL
5
IC4171 SWL
13
AN15887A

CORD ASSY
6 30 15 AV1LS VTR1L
IN2_L LOUT2 L3-1 17
43 AV1VIN VTR1V
V4-1 19

DVDV 39 32 RVOUT REARVOUT


V2-1 VOUT2 21
TELMUTE
36 TEIN TELMUTE
SCL 1
35 Q601
SDA
SREMOTE KMODE
Q2863 KMODEOUT KMODE D
POMUTE 8
Q4752
860 Q2861 BCV
AV8 23

BACK CAMERA ISOLATOR


IC4251 CN1000
MUT NJM2505AF (1/2)
VIDEO BUFFER BCVIN 4 1 BCV
4 VIN VOUT 29
FU Q4231 VR4231 Q4232
34 FRV
4 Q2864 VOUT1 27

Q2862 23 AV2LS AUX-L


L5-1 12
SRCMUTE 37 AV2VIN AUX-V
Q2865 V1-1 15
IC608 19 NAVIAL NaviAL
L4-1 23
BD5335FVE
5 Q1016(2/2)
VOUT VDD UVDD5 RSTMUTE
VDD5
CT
E
NAVI UNIT

3 Q1016(1/2)
RSTIN HDRST HDRST RESET
OTJ1

GUIDEMUTE
30
GUIDE
32

PKBOUT PKB
42
KMODEOUT KMODE
43
REVSNS REV
44

SPEED PULSE Q2840


SPEED 5 IC1002 1 PULSE
50
NJM2904M
PCHNG
49
Q2841
F

AVIC-F90BT/XS/UC
5 6 7 8
25
1 2 3 4

A AV UNIT(2/2)
A
NAVI5V SYSTEM-uCOM
IC4601 IC610(2/2)
TPS5103IDB A C PEG447A
FU4601 18 B PEG449A
NAVI5V LL
10 48
Q4602 STBY NAVICON
Q4661 37
TX
9 49 36
19 RWMSKIP RX
OUT_U DCSKIP 70
IPPW
5 71
RT ASENBO ANTB
17
OUT_D
3 92
FB 88 ANTON
2 FCONT
INV Q4601
4
VT8
14 FU4602
VCC_SENSE NKBUP VICS8
13
B VCC
VT6
50
DVD8V or CD7.5V DSCKIPCD
IC4641 WCONT
133
TPS5103IDB 139
FU4641 WREMIN
18 10 58 105
VD8 LL STBY VDCONT LEDDT
106
Q4642 LEDCK
5 107
RT LEDCS
124
19 DVEJKY
OUT_U Q661
112
ROT1
Q662
17 Q4641
OUT_D 111
ROT0
3
FB 3V→5V
2 14 FU4642 IC605
INV VCC_SENSE BU
13
TC74VHCT08
VCC 128 CTOSYSV5 3
CTOSYSV
125 CTOSYS5 6
CTOSYS
C DVD5V OFFANS
118 OFFANS5 8
IC4661 CPUWDT
120 CPUWDT5 11
TPS5103IDB
5V→3V
FU4661 18 10 60
MVDD5 LL STBY VDD5CONT
IC609
Q4663 5 TC74VHC08
RT
117 BATFAULT5 9,10
19 BATFAULT
OUT_U 131 SYSTOCV5 1,2
SYSTOCV
126 SYSTOC5 4,5
SYSTOC
119 OFFINFO5 12,13
17 Q4662 OFFINFO
OUT_D RESET
3
FB
IC601
2 14 FU4662 TC7SH08FUS1
INV VCC_SENSE KBUP 121 1,2 4
13 RSTOUT
VCC 89
OPTON
90
OPTSNS
NAVIC
TU3 86
BSENSN
D TU3
4 IC2830 2
VT6 Q4738
BA00BC0WFP
1 SYSPW 69 104
SYSPW BSENS
SWACPW 67 Q4731
AV8 SWACPW

AV8
4 IC2801 2
BUP Q4733
VIDEO5 BA00CC0WCP-V5
Q2810
VIDEO5 1

Q2811

SWACPW
Q2812
HIVOL18
IC4681
NJM2360M
Q4681
1 6
E HIVOL CS VCC BU
HIVOL12
HIVOL12 7 Q4682
SI
Q4301 R658 R655 R651
SYSPW 56
SIMUKE0
55
SIMUKE1
C 53
SIMUKE2
Q4631 ILMV 52
ILMV BU SIMUKE3
51
FU4631 SIMUKE4
Q4632 R657 R654 R650

SYSPW
Q2882
SWVDD5 VDD5

Q4754
SYSPW
3.3V NAVI3V
Q2881
F
SYSPW
Q4753

AVIC-F90BT/XS/UC
26
1 2 3 4
5 6 7 8

A
CN1021
IPL IPL+
TO 1/2 D 7
IC4721
HA12241FP
TX 1 6 IPBUS+
DIN1 BUS+ 1
RX 2 5 IPBUS-
ROUT BUS- 5
AANT STBY
IP BUS
ANTB
1 IC2890 5
BUP BU BUP
TPD1018F IPPW 8

6 NKBUP
Q4734
ASENBO
KBUP 8
VT8
NAVIC
4 IC2820 2
KBUP +
BA00CC0WCP-V5 ASENBO
Q4732
1
KBUP A C
B
CN1015
WCONT 3
WIREIN 2 WIRED REMOTE
RGB LED DRIVER 1 (Black)
ILMV
Q3604
IC3601 RED ILMR CN1000
Q661 M62343FP (2/2)
ROT1 LEDDT 6 1 Q3601 ILMV(LEDSW)
DI AO1 ILMV 9

ROT0 ILMR
7
3V→5V ILMG
6
IC605 Q3605 ILMB
5
TC74VHCT08AFTS1 GREEN ILMG DVEJKY EJECT
3
YSV5 3 1,2 CTOSYSV3 ROT1
LEDCK 7 2 17
YS5 6 4,5 CTOSYS3 CLK AO2 Q3602 ROT0
18
NS5 8 9,10 OFFANS3 CTOSYSV3
34
C
WDT5 11 12,13 CPUWDT3 CTOSYS3
37
OFFANS3 OFFANS
Q3606 45
5V→3V BLUE ILMB
CPUWDT3 WDOG
47
NAVI UNIT
IC609 BATFAULT3 BATTERY-FAULT OTJ1
16
TC74VHC08FTS1 SYSTOCV3
LEDCS 8 3 Q3603 35
AULT5 9,10 8 BATFAULT3 LD AO3 SYSTOC3
38
OCV5 1,2 3 SYSTOCV3 OFFINFO3 OFFINFO
46
OC5 4,5 6 SYSTOC3 RESETB
48
FO5 12,13 11 OFFINFO3 OPTON
40
SET OPTSNS
41
601
H08FUS1 FU2900 NAVI33V
4 RESETB NAVI3V 24

OPTON
OPTSNS
IC
NAVIC
D
BUP3
BU
BUP3
5 IC4703 1,3
VDD5
S-L2980A33MC-C6S
Q4733

KBUP
AU4
AU4
3,4 IC1008 1
AV8
NJM2125F
NKBUP
VDD5
VDD5
5 IC4701 1
KBUP
BD3931HFP
UVDD5

E
UVDD5
A AVIC-F900BT/XS/UC
R658 R655 R651 R647 R644
B AVIC-F900BT/XS/AU
SIMUKE4 SIMUKE3 SIMUKE2 SIMUKE1 SIMUKE0
R643 R644 R646 R647 R650 R651 R654 R655 R657 R658 C AVIC-F90BT/XS/UC
A, B 104 NM 104 NM 104 NM 104 NM 104 NM
C 104 NM 104 NM 104 NM NM 104 104 NM D TO 1/2
R657 R654 R650 R646 R643

AVIC-F90BT/XS/UC
5 6 7 8
27
1 2 3 4

C DVD CORE UNIT


NRES

VIDEO+AUDIO AUDIO
IC1501
MN2DS0016AAUB
101 174 SRCK 1
NRST SRCK
LATCH ADOUT3
175 ADOUT3 2
IC1352 LRCK
173 LRCK 3
TC74LCX16373FT 91 SDODAC 13
SDODAC
90 SCKDAC 14
A0-15 AD0-15 AD0-15 SCKDAC
74 LTDAC 15
LTDAC
172 DACCLK DACCLK 16
DACCK
A16-19
48
1LE 1 XCSSR 77
25 4 XCSSR
2LE 2 XCSFM 51
B NEXCE
IC1351
FLASH 16M TC7SZ08FU
A0-15 AD0-15
IC1401 OSCO
169
CWW1465 X1501
A16-19
170
OSCI
26 XCSSR
CE
11 XWR1 62
WE NEXWE

152 (CR) CR
Cr
IC1402 153 (CB) CB
Cb
CWW1466 Y
154 (Y) Y
26 XCSFM 161 (COMPOSIT) COMPOSIT
CE Comp
IC1403 78 STANBY
STANDBY
TC7SZ32FU 1 SLVSTS
79 STSCOMN
11 XWR2 4 80 CMDCOMN
WE 2 HOSTCMD
89
IRQPWR
NRES 12 28 XRD 50 87
C RESET OE NEXOE AMUTE
147
DSCSNS
144
PHOTOSNS
179
IECOUT

SDRAM CONT2
85
IC1481 CONT1
84
EDS1232AATA-75 95
DRV3
96
MA0-11 DRV2
97
MD
93 LDIN
LOADIN
MDQ0-31 FG
99
150
FD
149
DQM0-3 TD

22 8
BA0 BA0
23 10
BA1 BA1
17 XWE 3
WE NWE 94
18 XCAS 4 CLAMP
CAS NCAS
19 XRAS 5
RAS NRAS
D 20 XCSM 6
CS NCSM
68 MCK 234 98
CLK MCK HOME
232 145
MCKI TEMP
122 B
VOLTAGE DETECT VIN2RF
142
IC1003 VIN2
123 A
S-80859CNNB-B9K VIN1RF
143
2 1 VSENS 88 VIN1
VD8 VDD OUT VSENCE 121 C
CN1951 VIN3RF
140
VIN3
PR_A20 92 120 D
11 P0 VIN4RF
EXTRG1_SPD_SW 189 141
10 EXTRG1 VIN4
SCLOCK 192 136 FE1
9 SCLOCK VIN5
SDATA 191 137 FE2
8 SDATA VIN6
EXTRG0 190 130
7 EXTRG0 CDMPD
TRCCLK 188 128
DEBUG

6 TRCCLK DVDMPD
TRCD0 187 116 RF
5 TRCDATA0 RFINN
TRCD1 186 134
4 TRCDATA1 F+H_G+H
TRCD2 185 135
3 TRCDATA2 E+G_E+F
TRCD3 184 131
2 TRCDATA3 LPCO2
E TRCST 183 129
1 TRCST LPCO1
12
| VCC33
13

VDD

AVIC-F90BT/XS/UC
28
1 2 3 4
5 6 7 8

AUDIO 2CH ANALOG OUT


IC1801 CN1901
PCM1753DBQ NRES XRESET
21
SRCK 1 7 LOUT ANALOG LOUT
BCK VOUTL 29
ADOUT3 2 CR
DATA 38
LRCK 3 CB
LRCK 36
SDODAC 13 Y
MD 34
SCKDAC 14 COMPOSIT
MC 32
LTDAC 15 STANBY
ML 25
DACCLK 16 STSCOMN SLVSTS
SCK 24
CMDCOMN HSTCMD
23
IRQPWR
22 A CN702
AMUTE
20
VCC5 REG. B
IC1004 FU1901 VD5 14
VDD5 |
NJM2880U1-05 17
5 VD8
4 VIN 3
VCC5 VOUT 1
CONT 2
VD8 |
1
AVCC5 REG.
IC1005
WAKE UP
40 D COMPOUND UNIT(A)
S-L2980A50MC-C7J DISC DET
1 IC1301 CN1301
5 VIN S1203 S1204
AVCC5 VOUT 3 TC7SZ125FU DiscDetect 4 DISC SENS
ON/OFF 3
1 S1202
DSCSNS 4 2
S1201
8cm 3 8cm
2
8cm 2 12cm
4 S1205
12cm 5 8cm
5
PHOTOSNS Photo 6 Q1299
1

C
CN1852
IECOUT
1
NAVI UNIT
OTJ4

CLAMP1 S1206
TP1 CLAMP
MOTOR DRIVER
IC1201
BD7996EFV CN1201
CONT2 20 18 B-
CTL2 SLO2- 1
CONT1
DRV3
21
25
CTL1
SLIN2
SLO1-
SLO2+
16
17
A-
B+
2
3
E COMPOUND UNIT(B)
DRV2 26 15 A+
SLIN1 SLO1+ 4
MD 29 42 COILV COIL_V
SPIN V 5
10
LDIN 6
13 39 COILW COIL_W
FG W 7
FD 51
8
D
ACTIN1
TD 50 44 COILU COIL_U
ACTIN2 U 9
10
36 HBM HALL_BIAS-
HB 11
30 HWM HALL_W-
HW- 12
31 HWP HALL_W+
HW+ 13
32 HVM HALL_V-
HV- 14
33 HVP HALL_V+
HV+ 15
34 HUM HALL_U-
HU- 16
35 HUP HALL_U+
HU+ 17
HALL_BIAS+
VDD5 18
HOME SWITCH
20
2 FOM
ACO1-
1 FOP
ACO1+ CN1101
3 TOM
ACO2+
4 TOP FOM F-
ACO2- 1
FOP F+
2
TOM T-
3
TOP T+
4
TEMP TH E
5
B
7
A
8
3.3V REG. C
9
IC1007 D
10
NJM2885DL1-33 FE1
11
1 3 FE2
VDD5 IN OUT VCC33 12
CDMPD 78MD
14
1.2V REG. DVDMPD 65MD
15 PU (DP8)
IC1008 RF
17
R1232D121B F+H_G+H F+H/G+H
21
2 E+G_E+F E+G/E+F
VIN 8 22
LX VCC12
3
VDD Q1102 Q1104
LPCO2 LD(CD)
24

Q1101 Q1103
LPCO1 LD(DVD)
25

VREF
VCC
19 F
VCC5 20

AVIC-F90BT/XS/UC
5 6 7 8
29
1 2 3 4

B KEYBOARD UNIT

CN801 RESET
S801
RESET
2
EJECT
S804
EJECT
3
MENU
S802
INT_KEY0
4

C
KEY0
5
ROT0 Phase-B
13
ROTARY COMMANDER
S803

ROT1 Phase-A 1 10
14
KEY1 2 Enc-Com
7
INT_KEY1 3 A
PANEL UNIT 6
OTJ2 PUSH 9
4 B
A

7 C D 8

5 Com B PUSH D

MAP
S805 C
D
D815 CN803
BL-LED 2,3 NAVI UNIT
8
ILMV 1
BTJ2
9
D801 BT-ANT
ILMR R ANT801
10
1
ILMG G RF_I/O
11
ILMB B
12
CN802
AUX-V V
21 1
AUX-AG AG AUX-G
20 2
22
AUX-VG VG AV MINI
19
AUX-L L
4
JACK IN
R
3

AVIC-F90BT/XS/UC
30
1 2 3 4
5 6 7 8

AVIC-F90BT/XS/UC
5 6 7 8
31
1 2 3 4

4.3 POWER SUPPLY SYSTEM FIGURE

+B POWE
A
AV UNIT

VDD5 81 mA 63 mA
UVDD5
REGULAR
+
POWER SUPPLY
5V SYS u-com RESET IC ROM COLLECTION NAVI -> SYS DARC -> SY
BD3931HFP M30878FJBGP BD5335FVE S-93C568DOI TC74VHCT08T TC74VHCT0
HA12241FP
+ IP-BUS DRIVER 2 mA 2 mA 2 mA 2 mA
MAX 45 mA
2 mA
B TYP 32 mA

ATT CONTROL
UMD3N*3

SWVDD5 11 mA

SPEED I/F IR REMOTE RGB_LED DRIVER


SYSPW NJM2904M RPMS2401-H19E4AV M62343&UMX1N
10 mA 1 mA 3 mA

BUP 3 V 4 mA
S-L2980A33MC-C6C
C SYS -> MS SYS -> DARC
TC74VHC08FT TC74VHC08FT
2 mA 2 mA

27.3 mA DISTRIBUTOR
MACHINE
25.4 mA
427 mA
VT8(8 V) TMC/VICS/MSN/Direct
BA00CC0WFP Tuner Front step amplifier
FM/AM Tuner
DCSKIPCD Front step
D amplifier
25.4 mA
FM/AM
TU3 172 mA typ 172 mA TUNER
BA00CC0WFP max 200 mA UNIT
SYSPW or typ 103 mA X-2026
SWACPW max 140 mA
A B C

AVIC-F90BT/XS/UC
32
1 2 3 4
5 6 7 8

POWER SUPPLY
A

YS DARC -> SYS MS5 ->SYS RQ(WDT,IRQ) RST INV OR MUTE CIRCUIT 3 -> 5AND IPD
T08T TC74VHCT08T TC74VHCT32T TC7WH32FU TC74SH04 TC7S32FU TC7SET08FU
2 mA 2 mA 2 mA 2 mA 2 mA 2 mA

LED DRIVER
43&UMX1N AV SELECTOR TEMPERATURE CIRCUIT
3 mA

RC C
08FT

ect
mplifier

M
R

AVIC-F90BT/XS/UC
5 6 7 8
33
1 2 3 4

A B C
A
HIVOL D/D
HIVOL 12 V
9.5 V HIVOL 18 V

SYSPW
AVIC-F90BT/XS/UC

181.1 mA

326.7 mA
AV8(8.3 V) 121.6 mA
B BA00CCOWCP

SYSPWR or 24 mA
SWACPW
VIDEO 5 V VIDEO ISOLATOR typ 19 mA
NJM2505F max 29.0 mA

SWACP
AUTO ANTENNA
SW FOR ANT +

ANTON

POWER , AMP
PAL007B

C
IP_BUS POWER SUPPLY
SW

ASENBO

D/D
DVD 5 V
D
VDCONT
FCONT
MAX 650 mA
D/D TYP 450 mA MS5(DVD)
DVD 8 V(MS5)
MAX 650 mA
TYP 450 mA
VDCONT
FCONT

ILMV 30 mA
ILMV 9 V

E
SYSPW
NAVI 3.3 V

D/D max 2.5A


SYSPW KMOD TR PKB SNS
NAVI 5 V

NAVICO
FCONT
SYS->NAVI SYS->NAVI
DCSKIP TC7SH08FU TC74VHCT0
NAVI, LCD BORD

AVIC-F90BT/XS/UC
34
1 2 3 4
5 6 7 8

A
5.7 mA
8.4 mA 1 mA AU4
CAPTAIN6 DVD LPF
37 mA NJM2125 NJM4558V

C 50 mA 10.5 mA
9 mA GUIDE MIX AV SELECTOR VIDEO BUFFER
NJM2060V AN15887A

MUTE CIRCUIT VIDEO


LEVELSHIFT

PKB SNS

SYS->NAVI
TC74VHCT08FTS1
KEY BORD

AVIC-F90BT/XS/UC
5 6 7 8
35
1 2 3 4

5. DIAGNOSIS
5.1 OPERATIONAL FLOWCHART
A

Acc on (USUALLY Acc ON)


/BSENS
POWER SUPPLY MASK(200 ms

SENSE SYSTEM
/ASENS
500 ms POWER SUPPLY MASK(200 ms

STATUS OSCILLATION STOP STANDBY LOOP

B
SOUND MUTE MUTE
CONTROL

IP-BUS ASENBO
SYSTEM

IP-BUS IP-BUS SLAVE WAITING FOR SLAVE


SREMOTE
PRETREATMENT CONNECTION CHECK POWER SUPPLY
EXTERNAL 200 ms 1 sec 2 sec 250 300 ms( SURVEY) POWER SUPPLY MASK(200 ms
OUTPUT
AUDIO
CONTROL
C

SYSPW

DCSKIPCD

POWER ANTON
SUPPLY ANTON (Source interlocking
CONTROL movement, forced OFF)

SWACPW

DCSKIP

BSENSN

RSTOUT

NAVI CONTROL
BATFAULT
E

CPUWDT

OFFINFO

OFFANS

NAVI POWER NAVICON


SUPPLY
CONTROL (At the time of a reset start)

FAN CONTROL FANCONT

AVIC-F90BT/XS/UC
36
1 2 3 4
5 6 7 8

R SUPPLY MASK(200 ms)

R SUPPLY MASK(200 ms)

MAIN LOOP

After mute (300 ms)


(After SYSPWR ON, at least 300 ms. MUTE time is extended to OFFANS Low henceforth.)

R SUPPLY MASK(200 ms) 8 ms to 16 ms or more

16 ms

FANCONT(At the time of high temperature)

AVIC-F90BT/XS/UC
5 6 7 8
37
1 2 3 4

5.2 INSPECTION METHOD OF PICKUP UNIT

Disc to be used
A
CD-DA: TCD-782
DVD-Video: GGV1025

Execution method
START Replace the PICK UP

LD turned on? Check parts SKEW ADJ.


B
No
Yes
Check point:
Check point: RF level check
LD current check AS MAX check
LD current check

Is it OK? Replace the PICK UP Is it OK?


No No
Yes Check point: Yes
Error rate check
Error rate check

Is it OK?
No
Check point:
RF level check Yes
AS MAX check

PICK UP Perform lens


Is it OK?
cleaned? cleaning
No No
Yes Yes

D Replace the PICK UP


Check point:
Error rate check
Error rate check

PICK UP Perform lens


Is it OK?
cleaned? cleaning
No No
Yes Yes

Replace the PICK UP

E
Ckeck parts
Finished
other than PICK UP

AVIC-F90BT/XS/UC
38
1 2 3 4
5 6 7 8

LD current check
Status: [Foucs closed] of TEST MODE
Mode: DVD A

No. Disc Check Point Threshold Remarks: LD current


1 GGV1025 DVDLD1 – VCC5_3 (mV) 10 – 65 (mA)

B
DVDLD1

VCC5_3

Status: [Foucs closed] of TEST MODE


Mode: CD

No. Disc Check Point Threshold Remarks: LD current


2 TCD-782 CDLD1 – VCC5_3 (mV) 10 – 60(mA)

CDLD1

VCC5_3
E

Notes: Please pay attention to the laser diode damage by static electricity.

AVIC-F90BT/XS/UC
5 6 7 8
39
1 2 3 4

ASMAX check
ASMAX value shows the value of RF level.
A
Status: [Foucs closed] of TEST MODE

No. Disc Check Point Threshold Remarks:


8 digits value of Only four last digits are
more than
1 GGV1025 ASMAX displayed according to
on display 0000 0600 the product.
8 digits value of Only four last digits is
more than
2 TCD-782 ASMAX displayed according to
on display 0000 0C00 the product.

In this case, the value is displayed for a split second.


When you tried to perform [FOCS CLOSE],
the display will charge automatically in the following order.
[1FFF0000]->[FEMAX]->[FE MIN]->[AS MAX]->
[ENV MAX]->[FE normal]->[Spindle gain]->
C [TEMAX]->[TEMIN] ->[20000000]
Watch carefully the value of ASMAX.

Error rate check


Status: [Tracking Closed] of TEST MODE

No. Disc Check Point Threshold Remarks:


less than
1 GGV1025 ID: 40000
1.000E-03
D less than
2 GGV1025 ID: 200000
1.000E-03
less than
3 TCD-782 ID: HOME Position
2.500E-03

AVIC-F90BT/XS/UC
40
1 2 3 4
5 6 7 8

5.3 DIAGNOSIS FLOWCHART

BACK END section flow


A

START

Is VDD5
Can the NO Standby OK? NO (VCC33, VCC12)
power supply
playback Execute check 1. voltage OK?
start? Execute NO
check 2.

YES YES YES

Does the NO Is the image NO NO Reset OK?


operation Is the sound
in error? in error? Execute check 3. B
NO take time?

YES YES YES YES

Is the life of flash Is AVCC5 Is AVCC5


NO NO NO Is SDRAM NO Is VSENS
memory OK? voltage OK? voltage OK? IF OK? OK?
Conduct check item 12. Execute check 8. Execute check 8. Execute check 6. Execute check 4.
NO
YES
YES YES YES YES

NO Is the video Is DACCLK Is VD8, VCC5 Is 27 MHz


NO NO power supply NO OK?
circuit OK? normal?
Execute check 11. Execute check 9. voltage OK? Execute check 5.
Execute check 7.
C

YES YES YES


YES

Is the audio Go to FE
NO section check. Replace the unit.
circuit OK?
Execute check 10.

YES

Go to FE
section check.

D
Repair the
defective part.

Go to FE
section check.
NO
Normal?

YES FE section check.

END

NO Go to FE related
Is FE section
normal? repair process. E

YES
Replace the unit.

NO
Normal?

YES

END
F

AVIC-F90BT/XS/UC
5 6 7 8
41
1 2 3 4

Check 1: Standby OK?


A
<Check> Check the voltage at the “STANBY” test point while the power is on.
Use the “DGND1” test point at the reference.

NO. Check point Module No. Specification value Unit


1 STANBY-DGND1 ALL VCC33 V- V
0.6 V or more

B
Side A

C DGND1

STANBY

Fig 1.1: STANBY check point

AVIC-F90BT/XS/UC
42
1 2 3 4
5 6 7 8

Check 2: Is VDD5 (VCC33, VCC12) power supply voltage OK?


A

VDD5 IC1401 FLASH power supply (Data)


F.E. driver control system
IC1402 FLASH power supply (Program)
IC1481 SDRAM power supply
VCC33 (= 3.3 V ) IC1501 DVD-LSI power supply
IC1007
VDD5
3.3 V output regulator
IC1008 VCC12 (= 1.2 V ) IC1501 DVD-LSI power supply
DC/DC converter
1.2 V output

Fig 2.1: Power supply configuration B

<Check> Check the voltage at the “VDD5_3, VCC33_3 and VCC12_1” test point while the power is on.
Use the “DGND1” test point at the reference.

NO. Check point Module No. Specification value Unit


1 VDD5_3 - DGND1 ALL 5.0 ± 0.4 V
2 VCC33_3 - DGND1 ALL 3.3 ± 0.15 V
3 VCC12_1 - DGND1 ALL 1.2 ± 0.12 V

Side A
C

VDD5_3

VCC33
DGND1
D

VCC12_1

Fig 2.2: VDD5, VCC33, VCC12 voltage check points

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Check 3: Reset OK?


A

<Check> Check the voltage at the “XRES” test point while the power is on.
Use the “DGND1” test point at the reference.

NO. Check point Module No. Specification value Unit


1 XRES-DGND1 ALL VCC33 × V
0.7 or more

Side A

DGND1
XRES

D Fig 3.1: RESET check point

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Check 4: Is VSENS OK?


CN1901 A
HOST I/F
IC1501
VD8 IC1003 VSENS DVD-LSI
detection IC

IC1007
VCC33
VDD5 Regulator

IC1008
DC/DC converter VCC12
B
STANBY
XRES

Fig 4.1: Power supply configuration and VSENS

<Check> Check the voltage at the “VSENS” test point while the power is on.
Use the “DGND1” test point at the reference.

NO. Check point Module No. Specification value Unit


1 VSENS - DGND1 ALL VCC33 × 0.7 V
or more
C

Side A

DGND1
VSENS

Fig 4.2: VSENS check point

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Check 5: 27 MHz Normal?


A <Outline> Each clock is created inside the IC1501 using the 27 MHz master crystal oscillator (X1501).

IC1501

DVD-LSI
X1501 OSCO
27 MHz
crystal OSCI

VCC33 VCC12
Fig 5.1: Clock configuration

<Check method> Turn the power on, and check with DGND being the reference.
In case of NG, check the applicable line, periphery of IC1501,
soldering of the peripheral components and defective components.

NO. Check point Module No. Specification value Unit


27 MHz
C 2 IC1501 169pin ALL
± 50 ppm ppm

Specification
value

GND
Fig 5.2: Clock specification value

D Side A

E DGND1

IC1501 169pin

Fig 5.3: 27 MHz check point

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Check 6: Is SDRAM I/F OK?


A
<Outline> In order to secure the MPEG stream data as the buffer,
the capacity of communication I/F SDRAM between the LSI and the memory is 128Mbit.
Be careful as XCSM, XWE, XCAS, XRAS and XSCM of IC1481 are called differently in IC1501,
namely NCSM, NWE, NCAS, NRAS, NCSM.

IC MA0~11 IC1501
1481 MDQ0~31 DVD-LSI
SDRAM MCK
XWE (NWE)
XCAS (NCAS)
XRAS (NRAS)
B
XCSM (NCSM)
DQM0
DQM1
DQM2
DQM3
BA0
BA1

Fig 6.1: SDRAM I/F

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<Check> Check the conductivity at “check point 1” and “check point 2” without power.
In case of NG, check the soldering and defective components throughout the
“output t input” of the applicable section.
A

NO. Signal name Check point 1 Check point 2 Specification value


1 MA0 IC1481 25pin IC1501 16pin 56 ohm ± 5 %
2 MA1 IC1481 26pin IC1501 18pin 56 ohm ± 5 %
3 MA2 IC1481 27pin IC1501 20pin 56 ohm ± 5 %
4 MA3 IC1481 60pin IC1501 22pin 56 ohm ± 5 %
5 MA4 IC1481 61pin IC1501 21pin 56 ohm ± 5 %
6 MA5 IC1481 62pin IC1501 19pin 56 ohm ± 5 %
7 MA6 IC1481 63pin IC1501 17pin 56 ohm ± 5 %
8 MA7 IC1481 64pin IC1501 15pin 56 ohm ± 5 %
B 9 MA8 IC1481 65pin IC1501 11pin 56 ohm ± 5 %
10 MA9 IC1481 66pin IC1501 9pin 56 ohm ± 5 %
11 MA10 IC1481 24pin IC1501 14pin 56 ohm ± 5 %
12 MA11 IC1481 21pin IC1501 7pin 56 ohm ± 5 %
13 MDQ0 IC1481 2pin IC1501 237pin 56 ohm ± 5 %
14 MDQ1 IC1481 4pin IC1501 239pin 56 ohm ± 5 %
15 MDQ2 IC1481 5pin IC1501 241pin 56 ohm ± 5 %
16 MDQ3 IC1481 7pin IC1501 243pin 56 ohm ± 5 %
17 MDQ4 IC1481 8pin IC1501 248pin 56 ohm ± 5 %
18 MDQ5 IC1481 10pin IC1501 250pin 56 ohm ± 5 %
19 MDQ6 IC1481 11pin IC1501 252pin 56 ohm ± 5 %
20 MDQ7 IC1481 13pin IC1501 254pin 56 ohm ± 5 %
C 21 MDQ8 IC1481 74pin IC1501 253pin 56 ohm ± 5 %
22 MDQ9 IC1481 76pin IC1501 251pin 56 ohm ± 5 %
23 MDQ10 IC1481 77pin IC1501 249pin 56 ohm ± 5 %
24 MDQ11 IC1481 79pin IC1501 244pin 56 ohm ± 5 %
25 MDQ12 IC1481 80pin IC1501 242pin 56 ohm ± 5 %
26 MDQ13 IC1481 82pin IC1501 240pin 56 ohm ± 5 %
27 MDQ14 IC1481 83pin IC1501 238pin 56 ohm ± 5 %
28 MDQ15 IC1481 85pin IC1501 236pin 56 ohm ± 5 %
29 MDQ16 IC1481 31pin IC1501 29pin 56 ohm ± 5 %
30 MDQ17 IC1481 33pin IC1501 31pin 56 ohm ± 5 %
31 MDQ18 IC1481 34pin IC1501 33pin 56 ohm ± 5 %
32 MDQ19 IC1481 36pin IC1501 37pin 56 ohm ± 5 %
D
33 MDQ20 IC1481 37pin IC1501 39pin 56 ohm ± 5 %
34 MDQ21 IC1481 39pin IC1501 41pin 56 ohm ± 5 %
35 MDQ22 IC1481 40pin IC1501 43pin 56 ohm ± 5 %
36 MDQ23 IC1481 42pin IC1501 45pin 56 ohm ± 5 %
37 MDQ24 IC1481 45pin IC1501 44pin 56 ohm ± 5 %
38 MDQ25 IC1481 47pin IC1501 42pin 56 ohm ± 5 %
39 MDQ26 IC1481 48pin IC1501 40pin 56 ohm ± 5 %
40 MDQ27 IC1481 50pin IC1501 38pin 56 ohm ± 5 %
41 MDQ28 IC1481 51pin IC1501 34pin 56 ohm ± 5 %
42 MDQ29 IC1481 53pin IC1501 32pin 56 ohm ± 5 %
43 MDQ30 IC1481 54pin IC1501 30pin 56 ohm ± 5 %
E 44 MDQ31 IC1481 56pin IC1501 28pin 56 ohm ± 5 %
45 MCK IC1481 68pin IC1501 234pin 0.17 ohm or lower
46 XWE IC1481 17pin IC1501 3pin 56 ohm ± 5 %
47 XCAS IC1481 18pin IC1501 4pin 56 ohm ± 5 %
48 XRAS IC1481 19pin IC1501 5pin 56 ohm ± 5 %
49 XCSM IC1481 20pin IC1501 6pin 56 ohm ± 5 %
50 DQM0 IC1481 16pin IC1501 255pin 56 ohm ± 5 %
51 DQM1 IC1481 71pin IC1501 256pin 56 ohm ± 5 %
52 DQM2 IC1481 28pin IC1501 26pin 56 ohm ± 5 %
53 DQM3 IC1481 59pin IC1501 27pin 56 ohm ± 5 %
54 BA0 IC1481 22pin IC1501 8pin 56 ohm ± 5 %
55 BA1 IC1481 23pin IC1501 10pin 56 ohm ± 5 %
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Check point 1 (IC1481)


C
Side A

Check point 2 (IC1501) Fig 6.2: SDRAM I/F check point

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Check 7: Is VD8, VCC5 power supply voltage OK?


A

VD8_1 F.E. driver system


DISC detection LED

VD IC1004 VCC5 (= 5.0V ) Power supply


REG IC for PU
for VCC 5V.

Fig 7.1: Power supply configuration

B
<Check> Check the voltage at the “VD8_1, VD and VCC5_1” test point while the power is on.
Use the “PGND3 and AGND1” test point at the reference.

NO. Check point Module No. Specification value Unit


1 VD8_1 - PGND3 ALL 8.0 ± 0.4 V
2 VD - PGND3 ALL 8.0 ± 0.4 V
3 VCC5_1- AGND1 ALL 5.0 ± 0.1 V

Side A

VD8_1
VD
AGND1

PGND3

VCC5_1

E Fig 7.2: VD8, VCC5 voltage check points

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Check 8: Is AVCC5 voltage OK?


A
IC1005 IC1801
VD AVCC5 (= 5.0 V )
REG IC Audio-DAC
for AVCC 5 V.

Fig 8.1: Power supply configuration

<Check> Playback DVD-REF-A1 TITLE 1 and check the voltage at the stylus.
Check with PGND and GNDAU being the reference.

NO. Check point Module No. Specification value Unit B


1 VD - PGND_3 ALL 8.0 ± 0.4 V
2 AVCC5 - GNDAU1 ALL 5.0 ± 0.1 V

Side A

VD
C

PGND3
GNDAU

AVCC5

Fig 8.2: VD8, AVCC5 voltage check points

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Check 9: Is DACCLK normal?


<Outline> DACCLK for Audio-DAC is created by IC1501 using the 27 MHz master crystal oscillator (X1501).
A
IC1501

X1501 DVD-LSI IC1801


27 MHz DACCLK Audio-DAC
crystal

VCC33 VCC12
Fig 9.1: Clock configuration
B
<Check method>
DVD: DVD-REF-A1 TITLE 1
CD: Playback a normal CDDA.
Common to all DVD-V compatible modules.
Check with DGND being the reference.
In case of NG, check the applicable line, the periphery of IC1501, soldering of the peripheral components and
defective components.
NO. Check point 1 (stylus) Media Specification value 1 Specification value 2 Specification value 3
1 DACCK DVD 2.0 V~VCC33 V DGND~0.8 V 36.864 0 MHz ± 300 ppm
2 DACCK CD 2.0 V~VCC33 V DGND~0.8 V 33.868 8 MHz ± 300 ppm
C Specification
value 1

Specification
value 2 Specification
value 3

GND

Fig 9.2: Clock specification value


Side A
D

F
Check point 2 (IC1501 172 pin)
Check point 1 (stylus)
Fig 9.3: 27 MHz, DACCLK check point

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Check 10: Is the audio circuit OK?


<Outline> The serial 3 lines digital output + DACCLK, output from DVD-LSI (IC1501), are converted to analog audio
A
signal at Audio-DAC (IC1801) and are output from the HOST I/F (CN1901).
Simultaneously, the analog MUTE signal is also output from DVD-LSI (IC1501) via the HOST I/F.
The digital audio signal (IECOUT), output from DVD-LSI (IC1501), is output via CN1852.
CN1901
HOST I/F

IC1501
DVD-LSI LRCK IC1801 LO
ADOUT3 Audio-DAC
SRCK RO

B
GNDAU

CN1852

IEC

Fig 10.1: Audio circuit


<Check method> Playback DVD-REF-A1 TITLE 2 CHAPTER 1 (48 k/16 bit 1 kHz 0 dB),
and check with DGND being the reference.
In case of NG, check the applicable line, periphery of major components as described in the above drawing,
soldering of the peripheral components and defective components.
NO. Check point 1 (stylus) Specification value 1 Specification value 2 Reference waveform C
1 ADOUT3 VCC33 V-0.6 V or higher 0.4 V or lower Waveform 1
2 SRCK VCC33 V-0.6 V or higher 0.4 V or lower Waveform 2
3 LRCK VCC33 V-0.6 V or higher 0.4 V or lower Waveform 3

Specification
Specification value 2
value 1
GND

D
Fig 10.2: Serial 3 lines specification value
Side A

SRCK E

LRCK

ADOUT3

Fig 10.3: Serial 3 lines check points


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The following checks shall be conducted using the following measurement circuits with GNDAU1 being the reference.
47 kohm 47 kohm
A

LO GNDAU1 RO
NO. Check point 1 (stylus) Specification value (rms) Reference waveform
4 LO 1 400 ± 150 mV Waveform 4
5 RO 1 400 ± 150 mV Waveform 4

B
Specification value is the root-mean-square value (rms).

Fig 10.4: Analog audio out (LO, RO) specification value.

Side A

LO
C
RO

GNDAU1

Fig 10.5: Analog audio out check point

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Check with DGND being the reference.


Check 2pin cord after connecting it to a jig, etc.
NO. Check point 1 (stylus) Specification value 1 Specification value 2 Reference waveform A
6 IEC VCC33 V-0.6 V or higher 0.4 V or lower Waveform 5

Side A

IEC

Fig 10.6: Digital audio signal (IECOUT) check point

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<Outline> At the time of 6ch digital out, the serial 6 lines output from DVD-LSI (IC1501) is output via CN1581.
Furthermore, at the time of ripping, the serial 3 lines digital output + SUBC, output from DVD-LSI (IC1501),
is output in 4 times speed via CN1851.
A

CN1851
ADOUT0/SUBC
IC1501 IC1851 buffer SW,
ADOUT1/BLKCK
LSI ripping or 6ch digital out.
ADOUT2/CLDCK
SRCK

LRCK
IC1852 buffer SW,
DATA
ripping or 6ch digital out.
MCKENA
B OUT
IN IC1853 buffer SW, IN
ripping or 6ch digital out.

RIPP

SBCK
BMUTE
EMPH
IEC/IPFLG

The signal at CN1851 for 6ch digital out/Ripping.


Pin No. Pin name 6ch digital out Ripping
23 SRCK SRCK SRCK
21 LRCK LRCK LRCK
19 AD0/SUBC ADOUT0 SUBC
17 AD1/BLK ADOUT1 BLKCK
15 AD2/CLD ADOUT2 CLDCK
13 AD3/DATA ADOUT3 DATA
11 IEC/IPFLG IEC IPFLG
D 9 - - -
7 SBCK - SBCK
5 BMUTE BMUTE -
4 MCKENA Low High
3 RIPP High Low
2 EMPH EMPH EMPH
Pins 1, 6, 8, 10, 12, 14, 16, 18, 20, 22 and 24 are GNDD.

Fig 10.7: 6ch digital out/Ripping circuit

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Playback DVD-REF-A1 TITLE22 CHAPTER 1, and check with GNDD being the reference.
In case of NG, check the applicable line, the periphery of the major components in the drawing above,
soldering of the peripheral components and defective components. A
Check 24pin FFC after connecting it to a jig, etc.
NO. Check point 1 (stylus) Specification value 1 Specification value 2
7 SRCK VCC33 V-0.6 V or higher 0.4 V or lower
8 LRCK VCC33 V-0.6 V or higher 0.4 V or lower
9 ADOUT0 VCC33 V-0.6 V or higher 0.4 V or lower
10 ADOUT1 VCC33 V-0.6 V or higher 0.4 V or lower
11 ADOUT2 VCC33 V-0.6 V or higher 0.4 V or lower
12 IEC VCC33 V-0.6 V or higher 0.4 V or lower
13 MCKENA - VCC33 V x 0.3 V or lower

B
Rip common CDDA, and check with GNDD being the reference.
In case of NG, check the applicable line, the periphery of the major components in the drawing above,
soldering of the peripheral components and defective components.
Check 24pin FFC after connecting it to a jig, etc.
NO. Check point 1 (stylus) Specification value 1 Specification value 2
14 SRCK VCC33 V-0.6 V or higher 0.4 V or lower
15 LRCK VCC33 V-0.6 V or higher 0.4 V or lower
16 SUBC VCC33 V-0.6 V or higher 0.4 V or lower
17 BLKCK VCC33 V-0.6 V or higher 0.4 V or lower
18 CLDCK VCC33 V-0.6 V or higher 0.4 V or lower
19 DATA VCC33 V-0.6 V or higher 0.4 V or lower C
20 SBCK VCC33 V-0.6 V or higher 0.4 V or lower
21 RIPP - VCC33 V x 0.3 V or lower

Specification
value 1
GND Specification value 2
D

Fig 10.8: 6ch digital out/Ripping specification value

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Side A

SRCK

LRCK

B ADOUT3

C
Side B

ADOUT2
ADOUT1
ADOUT0

RIPP
MCKENA
SBCK

E
Fig 10.9: 6ch digital out/Ripping check point

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Check 11: Is the video circuit OK?


<Outline> Composite signal and component signal are output from DVD-LSI (IC1501), and are output from the A
HOST I/F (CN1901) via a buffer circuit.

CN1901
HOST I/F
IC1501 AVCC5
DVD_LSI Composite
Component Y
Component Cb Video buffer circuit
Component Cr NoMount COMPO
Video
DAC
section
B

Fig 11.1: Video circuit

<Checking method> Playback DVD-REF-A1 TITLE2 CHAPTER5 (WHITE 100%), and monitor COMPO signal with
an oscilloscope with GNDV1 (stylus) being the reference. Set the trigger mode to “TV trigger” and
the trigger line to “150 line”.
Check point 1 (stylus)
NO. Specification value Reference waveform
1 COMPO 1 000 mVpp ± 5 % Waveform 6
C
In case of NG, check the applicable line, the periphery of the major components in the drawing above, soldering of the
peripheral components and defective components.
PEAK

COMPO signal Reference Adjust this level within the


value
range of 1.0 ± 0.02 Vpp.
Color burst
Pedestal level
BOTTOM
Horizontal sync signal

Fig 11.2: Waveform for the case of composite white 100% output D

<Video level readjustment method>


In case the video composite output is outside of the specification value, readjust the level according to the method
described below.(Note : Units are exchanged, the video output is not adjusted. )
Turn the volume (VR1671) to adjust the video level within the range of 1.0 ± 0.02 Vpp.
The adjustment specification is 1.0 ± 0.02 Vpp.
CN1901
AVCC5 HOST I/F

IC1501 E
LSI Y Q1701(NoMount) Y
Video buffer circuit
Video Cb Q1702(NoMount) Cb
DAC Video buffer circuit
section
Cr Q1704(NoMount) Cr
Video buffer circuit

Fig 11.3: Video circuit (component)

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<Checking method> Playback DVD-REF-A1 TITLE2 CHAPTER19 (100% Color Bars), and monitor Y, Cb, and Cr
signal with an oscilloscope with GNDV1 (stylus) being the reference. Set the trigger mode to
“TV trigger” and the trigger line to “150 line”.
A

NO. Check point 1 (stylus) Specification value Reference waveform


2 Y 1 000 mVpp ± 5% Waveform 7
3 Cb 700 mVpp ± 5% Waveform 7
4 Cr 700 mVpp ± 5% Waveform 7

In case of NG, check the applicable line, the periphery of the major components in the drawing above, soldering of
the peripheral components and defective components.

PEAK

B
Y signal Specification value

BOTTOM

PEAK

Cb signal Specification value

BOTTOM

C
PEAK

Cr signal Specification value

BOTTOM
100% Color Bars signal

Fig 11.4 Waveform for the case of component 100% Color Bars output

Side A
D

COMPO

Cr

Cb

F
Fig 11.5: VIDEO signal check point

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Check 12:How to judge whether the flash memory has reached its life or not.
If the reaction to user operation is slow or operation is slow in general, there is a possibility that the flash memory A
has reached its life.
Make judgment regarding the flash memory life by looking at the display of the LD energizing time.

1.Let the LD energizing time displayed.


(Refer to the FE test mode for the method of displaying the LD energizing time.)
2.If the second digit from the left of the energizing time display is showing E,
such as “ E ”, it means that the flash memory has reached its life.

Example:

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AUDIO VIDEO
A
[100% Color Bars]
CH1 : Y
CH1 : LO CH2 : Cb
CH1 : ADOUT3 CH2 : RO CH3 : Cr
Reference voltage: DGND2 1 V/div. 5 usec/div Reference voltage: GNDAU2 1 V/div. 500 usec/div Reference voltage: GNDV1 200 mV/div. 5 usec/div

G->

G-> G->
B

Waveform 1 Waveform 4

CH1 : SRCK CH1 : IECOUT


Reference voltage: DGND2 1 V/div. 5 usec/div Reference voltage: DGND2 1 V/div. 500 nsec/div

C
Waveform 7
G->
G->

Waveform 2 Waveform 5

[WHITE 100IRE]
CH1 : LRCK CH1 : COMPO
Reference voltage: DGND2 1 V/div. 5 usec/div Reference voltage: GNDV1 200 mV/div. 10 usec/div

G->

Waveform 3 Waveform 6

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5.4 ERROR CODE LIST


Method of reset
UART ACC Source Eject Play Key
Error status OSD *1 *2 Meaning Off/On Off/On A
It is a disc unable to be played back.
Media Error 00h A disc containing the unplayable Format only. X X X -
NON-PLAYABLE DISC
Open (No display) 10h Door open error * * * *
Read Error ERROR-02-99 20h Transfer start error X X X X
Focus Error(Focus Error
in mechanism set up) ERROR-02-90 21h Focus error X X X X

Focus error during set up


Surface Error ERROR-02-9E 22h (A focus has never been achieved with that X X X X
disc.)
Address not found
ERROR-02-80 23h Address not found. X X X X
(Invalid Track)
Spindle lock NG
Spindle Lock ERROR-02-91 24h X X X X
(the disc cannot rotate)
Carriage home NG B
Carriage HOME ERROR-02-92 25h (The pick up tries to return to carriage X X X X
home, but it cannot go back and stopped.)
ID/SUBCODE Read Error ID/SUBCODE Read Error (ID/SUBCODE
ERROR-02-94 26h X X X X
cannot be read due to scratch or stain.)
AV CHIP decode Error AV CHIP decode NG
ERROR-02-9A 2Ah X X X X
(AV chip cannot be decoded.)
AV CHIP Recovery NG
ERROR-02-9B 2Bh AV CHIP recovery NG X X X X
Error of PLAY BACK Mode Playback state error
ERROR-02-9C 2Ch X X X X
Status (An error due to software bug.)
Disc Data Error ERROR-02-9D 2Dh Disc Data NG X X X X
Temp Error Temperature protection circuit is High temperature
(In Case of High being activated. 30h (Playback is stopped because the pick up X - - -
Temperature) THERMAL PROTECTION IN MOTION temperature is 89 C or higher.)
No Disc Disc has not been inserted. C
(including Disc loading (No display) 40h (Including Load in process or Eject in process.) * * * *
and ejecting)
Loading mechanism error
Loading_Mecha Error (No display) 50h X - X -
(The disc cannot be clamped.)
It is a protected disc. DRM error
DRM Error 70h - - X -
PROTECTED DISC (All music cannot be played back due to DRM.)
Region code is incorrect. Region code NG (Unable to be played back
Region code Error NG 90h - - X -
DIFFERENT REGION DISC due to incorrect mechanism region.)
It is a disc unable to be played back.
CPPM*3 Key Error *4 91h Key Error for playback - - X -
NON-PLAYABLE DISC
CPRM Key Error *7 93h Key Error for playback - - X -
NON-PLAYABLE DISC
Playback the illegally copied disc by DVD-A
AWM*5 Error *4 (No display) *6 X X X -
(Mute the sound on the mechanism side.)
REQUEST error ERROR-02-A0 A0h REQUEST error X X X X D
Failure in issuing read
ERROR-02-A1 A1h Failure in issuing the read command X X X X
command (chip dependent)
Adjustment of L0 is NG. ERROR-02-A2 A2h L0 adjustment is NG. X X X X
Adjustment of L1 is NG. ERROR-02-A3 A3h L1 adjustment is NG X X X X
LD system NG ERROR-02-A4 A4h LD system NG X X X X
Gain adjustment system NG. ERROR-02-A5 A5h Gain adjustment system NG. X X X X
Gain determining system NG. ERROR-02-A6 A6h Gain determining system NG. X X X X
Servo initial setting related items NG. ERROR-02-A7 A7h Servo initial setting related items NG. X X X X
Disc is not clamped yet. ERROR-02-A8 A8h Disc is not clamped yet. X X X X
Tracking system NG. ERROR-02-A9 A9h Tracking system NG X X X X
Media setting system NG. ERROR-02-AA AAh Media setting system NG X X X X
Focus Error ERROR-02-AB ABh JUMP over layers NG X X X X
Error of PLAY BACK
ERROR-02-B0 B0h Navigation command error X X X X
Mode Status
Error of PLAY BACK E
ERROR-02-B1 B1h Retry over X X X X
Mode Status
Undefined Error ERROR-FF-FF FFh Undefined error X X X X
X: Cancel the error by operation. -: Error is not cancelled by operation. *: No setting
*1 A content displayed on OSD. As for the items having multiple display patterns, the upper row is for the Japanese version Full GUI, and the lower row is for
the Touch Panel model and Full GUI (English version).
*2 A parameter of UART command, such as “receipt error notice”, that the DVD mechanism transmits.
*3 CPPM(Content Protection for Prerecorded Media) : A copyright protection technique used in DVD-A. The protection is realized by using the keys recorded
on the media and the device key held by the player.
*4 DVD-A compatible model only.
When an error has occurred, only the audio output will be muted but playback operation will continue. Furthermore, acceptance of the user operation will be
the same as usual.
*5 AWM (Audio WaterMark): Electronic watermark. Information on the copyright owner or CCI (copy control information) are recorded so that illegally copied
discs can be identified.
*6 Notice as an error status will not be given
*7 CPRM(Content Protection for Recordable Media) : A copyright protection technique for digital contents used for re-writable DVD or memory card.
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5.5 CONNECTOR FUNCTION DESCRIPTION

GPS ANTENNA
A USB DIGITAL OUT MIC IN

POWER SUPPLY AV IN/OUT IP-BUS IN (UC) WIRED REMOTE


1 3 5 7 9 11 13 15 1 3 5 7 9 11 13 15 17 19 21 23 8 9 10 11
2 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 20 22 24 5 6 7
1 2 3 4 FM/AM ANTENNA

1. FR+ 1. TELMUTE 1. IPBUS+


2. RR+ 2. DTVVGND 2. IPBUSG
3. FR- 3. RR 3. IPLG
D 4. RR- 4. DTVV 4. NC
5. FL+ 5. RL 5. IPBUS-
6. RL+ 6. REARGND 6. IPRG
7. FL- 7. FR 7. IPL+
8. RL- 8. KMODE 8. ASENBO
9. PKB 9. FL 9. IPR+
10. PULSE 10. FRONTGND 10. IPR-
11. REV 11. SWR 11. IPL-
12. ILM 12. BREM
13. AANT 13. SWL
14. ACC 14. SWGND
15. GND 15. VTR1R
E
16. BUP 16. VTR1RGND
17. VTR1L
18. VTR1LGND
19. VTR1V
20. VTR1VGND
21. REARVOUT
22. GNDV
23. BCV
24. BCVGND

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5.6 TROUBLESHOOTING

- FLOWCHART A

No Power

Check the following signal in the


Key illimination is NO AV unit.
lighted? (BSEN/ASEN/ILM, 8 V Power
supply)
YES
(*1) B
Check the Power supply (D/D
NO Normal operation after ACC ON
NAVI5V is OK? converter) block and Control signal
- RESETB: High
(48pin NAVICON) of the System
(No output) - OFFINFO: L -> H
u-com in the AV unit.
- OFFANS: H -> L
YES - CTOSYS: UART
NAVI unit failure. - SYSTOC: UART
NAVI3V from the NO (NAVI3V is supplied from NAVI - CPUWDT: L
NAVI unit is OK? unit and also NAVI3V is - BATFAULT: L
(No output) generated from NAVI5V)
Notes:
YES All siganl mentioned above are control
Initial communication error key signal from System u-com (AV
unit) to NAVI unit. C
between NAVI and AV unit.
Key illumination is NO The "H" voltage is different depends on
- Confirm communication line
lighted more than 20 the location.
between 2 unit. (*1)
seconds? Key illimination - Port of system u-com: 5 V
- Change the NAVI unit
go off after 20 - Connector of AV unit: 3 V
YES seconds.

Power supply
NO NO
LCD backlight is OK? block for "LCD Panel LCD unit failure.
unit" is OK?

No Display YES
(White or Gray screen) YES D

NAVI unit failure. LCD Panel unit failure.

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- DIAGNOSIS POINT
A NAVI BD Side A NAVI BD Side B LCD BD Side A

C
D

F
E

A B
B

Case 1 System can not wake-up.

Pi n 1 Pi n 50

ACC ON ACC OFF


Pin27: NAVI33V High High This power supply is from NAVI BD to AV BD.
C Pin5: OFFINFO High Low This signal is from AV BD(system-ucom) to NAVI BD.
Pin6: OFFANS Low High This signal is from NAVI BD to AV BD(system-ucom).
(High = 3.3 V)
Pin13: SYSTOC Communication line (Sys u-com to NAVI unit)
Pin14: CTOSYS Communication line (NABI unit to Sys u-com)

Pin20
C Pin2

Pin19 Pin1
D
Chip resistor (0 ohm)

Pin3,5,7,9,11,13,15,17,19 ACC ON ACC OFF


NAVI 5V 5V 5V power supply is from AV BD to NAVI BD.

Case 2 Navi image can not be displayed on LCD.

E Pin1 D Pin74
Pin1 Pin10

Pin1: TFT_ANODE
Power supply
Pin36: LVDSN Video signal (LVDS) from NAVI to LCD BD. Pin2: TFT_ANODE2
from LCD BD to
Pin37: LVDSP Video signal (LVDS) from NAVI to LCD BD. Pin6: TFT_CATHODE
LCD unit
Pin7: TFT_CATHODE
F

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Case 3 Touch panel operation doesn't work

E
Pin1 Pin4

Pin1: nYPON
The signal from touch-panel to LCD BD
Pin2: nXPON B
(Wavefrom pulse can be mintored while operating touch-
Pin3: YMON
panel.)
Pin4: XMON

A Pin74
Pin1

Pin29: nYPON
The signal from LCD BD to NAVI BD
Pin30: nXPON
(Wavefrom pulse can be mintored while operating touch-
Pin31: YMON
panel.)
Pin32: XMON

Case 4 Hard Key doesn't work

D
Pin1 Pin74

Pin8: KEY0 KEY (Push, Menu, Right) signal from KEY BD to LCD BD (DC Voltage)
Pin9: KEY1 KEY (MAP, Left, Down ,Up) signal from KEY BD to LCD BD (DC Voltage)
Pin11: ROT0 KEY (Rotary) signal from KEY BD to LCD BD (Pulse waveform)
Pin12: ROT1 KEY (Rotary) signal from KEY BD to LCD BD (Pulse waveform)

B
Pi n 1 Pi n 50

Pin33: ROT0 KEY (Rotary) signal from KEY BD to LCD BD (Pulse waveform)
Pin34: ROT1 KEY (Rotary) signal from KEY BD to LCD BD (Pulse waveform)

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Case 5 Audio (NAVI SOURCE) or Guide voice (BEEP sound) is NG.

B
Pi n 1 Pi n 50

Pin19: GUI_P Guidance or BEEP sound


Pin28: NAVI L Audio Lch
Pin30: NAVI R Audio Rch
B Pin29,31: GND

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6. SERVICE MODE
6.1 TEST MODE
A

Jig No : GGV1322

1. Test mode menu selection method

The main keyboard cannot be used for this operation.


Double-click the touch panel directly.

2. Test mode activation method


B
1. Copy a "TestMode" folder under “TestMode” folder on GGV1322 to a SD card.
Note: "TestMode" folder must be on the SD card root.
2. Download a ID file from the Service Site and copy the file to the "TestMode" folder on the SD card.
3. Insert the SD card into the main unit.
4. Turn ACC ON.
5. The test mode menu is displayed.

<< Enter the test mode in the set procedure. >>


Start screen

When the set procedure is followed (Procedure OK)


C

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3. Test mode menu

No. Test Item Test Content


1 Audio Playback of audio
2 AV Test Not for service
3 TEL Test Not for service
4 GPS CHK GPS receiver test
5 GYRO Gyro test
6 Flash ROM Flash ROM read/write test
7 TMC/VICS FM multiplex error test
8 Dir CMD Not for service
C
9 Graphics Graphics test
10 Ver Info Display version information of software, mecha, and microcomputers.
11 Touch Correction and test of Touch Panel
12 Key Test Not for service
13 Port Test Display states such as parking and reverse.
14 Voice Test Not for service
15 Memory Not for service
16 MSN-Direct Not for service
17 USB Test Not for service
18 DTV Test Not for service
19 SD Test SD card test
D 20 EQ Flat/Vo Not for service
21 RGB Illumin Not for service
22 BT Test Not for service
23 Screen Not for service
24 BAK CTL Adjustment of the LCD backlight

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Audio Test Screen

Audio Test Mode


A

<< Key Operation >>


[Play] • • • Play
[Stop] • • • Stop
[Guidance] • • • Output of guidance
[Stereo] • • • Output of stereo
C
[OK] • • • Terminate Audio Test.

Gps Viewer Execution Screen

Starttest

<< Operation method >> E


1. Select ‘Start Type’. Normally, ‘Hot’.
2. Press ‘Start’ to start the test.

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Tracking

<< Operation method >>


1. When GPS Running is red, press ‘hot’.

<< Operation method >>


D 1. When GPS Running is green, the test is started.
2. When Valid Position is green, the measurement is successfully conducted.

Signal

<< Operation method >>


1. The screen will be in this state if the test is not started.
F 2. To start the test, press ‘hot’.

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<< Operation method >>


1. The screen will be in this state if the test starts.
2. When the blue color bar appears, GPS signal is locked.

Sats

D
<< Operation method >>
1. The screen will be in this state if the test is not started.
2. To start the test, refer to ‘Start test’ tab.

<< Operation method >>


1. When the test starts and a satellite is started to be acquired, the screen will be in this state.
Red • • • Not acquired. Yellow • • • Already acquired. Green • • • Acquired and data obtained. F

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TestGyro Screen

B
Gyro-z-bias test
1. Press “Start” and wait 2 seconds, then the “Gyro-z-bias” result will be displayed.
The result should be within the range between - 2 and 2 degrees.

Gyro-z test
1. Rotate the unit 360 degrees. (or 180 degrees)
The “Gyro-z” result should be within the range of 360 +/- 14.4 degrees. (or 180 +/- 7.2 degrees)
2. Press “Stop” and then press “Start” again.
3. Rotate the unit -360 degrees. (or 180 degrees)
The “Gyro-z” result should be within the range of -360 +/- 14.4 degrees. (or 180 +/- 7.2 degrees)
C
Accelerometer Testing
1. Set the unit "Face Down" position to +1 g (pointing up). You will then get an “Accel-x” result
2. Set the unit "Face Up" position to -1 g (pointing up). You will then get an “Accel-x” result
3. Calculate the difference of the two results. The difference should be within the range of 2 +/- 0.1 g.
For example, the result of step 1 is "1.045 g" and step 2 is "-0.902 g", the difference is 1.045+0.902=1.947 g.
4. Set the unit "Right side up" position to +1 g (pointing up). You will get an “Accel-y” result.
5. Set the unit "Right side down" position to -1 g (pointing up). You will get an “Accel-y” result.
6. Calculate the difference of the two results. The difference should be within the range of 2 +/- 0.2 g.
7. Set the unit "Up side down" position to +1 g (pointing up). You will get an “Accel-z” result.
8. Set the unit "Normal" position to -1 g (pointing up). You will get an “Accel-z” result.
D
9. Calculate the difference of the two results. The difference should be within the range of 2 +/- 0.2 g.

NAND Flash test mode start screen

Write files Conduct a write test to NAND Flash disc.


Read/verify files Conduct a read test to NAND Flash disc. Notes) It will take time by test completion.
Delete Files Conduct a deletion test to NAND Flash disc.
F
Format disc Conduct a formatting test to NAND Flash disc. Notes) Only the test area of the Flash disc
will be formatted.

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TMC measurement selection screen

GpsTmcDemo
A

<< Test Content >>


The TMC error rate can be measured.
The frequency can be changed by tapping ‘<’ or ‘>’.
The test can be terminated by tapping the left ‘x’ mark.

Graphics Test start screen C

Start screen

<< Operation method >>


1. The screen will be in this state after started.
2. Press ‘Test’ to start the test. E

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<< Operation method >>


1. The menu appears when ‘Test’ is pressed. Select the item to test.

<< Operation method >>


1. To terminate the test, press ‘File’ and then ‘Exit’.

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Version Information screen

Start screen
A

<< Key operation >>


[Get Version] • • • Display the version of Bootloader, GPS, and BSP.
C
[Get Application Version] • • • Display the version of each application.

[uCOM Ver] • • • Display the microcomputer version and ROM Collection version.
[Get DVD-Mecha] • • • Display the DVD and CD mecha version.
[Clear] • • • Clear the display of the version of microcomputer, ROM, and mecha.

[GetDeviceID] • • • Display the device ID.

Touch Panel Test screen

Start screen D

<< Key operation >>


[Calibration] • • • Conduct calibration.
[Touch panel test] • • • Conduct touch panel test.

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Calibration

<< Key operation >>


Touch panel calibration can be conducted by tapping five ‘+’ marks.

Touch Panel Test

<< Key operation >>


A line appears when a line is drawn by a finger on the touch panel.
The test can be terminated by pressing the top right ‘x’ mark.

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Port Test screen

Start screen A

<< Key operation >>


[Get signal] • • • Display the states of Parking brake, Reverse, K-Mode, and Speed Pulse.
The states of Illumination, Cellular mute, OPTSNS, Antenna control, and Remote control are displayed
automatically.
C
[Clear] • • • Clear the display.

[High] • • • Not for service


[Low] • • • Not for service

SD Card Test screen

Start screen

<< Key operation >>


[Start] • • • Start the test.

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Error screen

This is the state when an error occurred in the test.

Backlight Test screen

Start screen

<< Key operation >>


D [Backlight Off] • • • The backlight turns off.
Notes) No operation can be conducted after this operation.
Make a recovery by turning ACC OFF ON.
[Backlight on] • • • The backlight turns on.
[Set] • • • The brightness of the backlight can be changed.

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Backlight Level setting method

<< Key operation >>


1. Tap the edit box at the left of the Set button to make it active.
2. Then, tap the bottom left of the screen, and the screen will be as shown below. Tap ‘Keyboard’.

<< Key operation >>


3. When the keyboard appears, tap the edit box again to make it active. Then input by keyboard becomes possible.
Enter a desired number and tap ‘Set’ to change the brightness of the backlight.

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6.2 DVD TEST MODE

MM-14-23-01 EW RE UC AU J CN PKB

A OFF Source Plate


(1), (2) and (3) are invisible buttons

In this screen, press long the areas (1), (2) and (3) that
display the test mode selection screen
by implementing the operations below in order.
Detailed procedure
Step1 change the screen to source OFF screen
Map Step2 press the area of (1) long
Step3 press the area of (2) long
Step4 press the area of (3) long
B
* When the operation above is normally implemented,
BEEP sound 1 is output.

If the operation is completed successfully,


the screen shifts to test mode screen after (3) is pressed long
.
The test mode is released by ACC-OFF operation
SlaveTestMode
DVD(CD) region display
DVD(CD) debug display
C DVD(CD) touch direct display

Back

Shift to selected test mode.


D

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Test mode stopping procedure Reset or ACC OFF-ON.


Image of the test mode.
A
Legend: … Key operation

Remote Control Assy SW … Operation state

Start of the test mode. … The content displayed on the DVD mechanism (video only)
8 characters data is sent to the product side (HOST) by UART communication.

TEST [Note] Higher level 4 characters only. Lower level 4 characters are spaces.

(1) (2) (3) (4)

FE test selection EDC1 test selection EDC2 test selection LD power on time
mode selection

Hereafter, to FE test Hereafter, to EDC1 Hereafter, to EDC2 Hereafter, to LD power on


mode image. test mode image. test mode image. time mode image.

[Note] In order to move on to another test after selecting a test (FE/EDC1/EDC2), it is necessary to restart the DVD mechanism in the test mode.

Image of the front end test mode.


Legend: … Key operation
… Operation state
… The content displayed on the DVD mechanism (video only)
8 characters data is sent to the product side (HOST) by UART communication.

FE test mode

0 x 00 0000

(1) (2) (3) (4) (5) EJECT


Power on FE offset coefficient Disc type DVD1 Disc type DVD2 Disc type CD Disc type CD-RW EJECT
TE offset coefficient layer layer
AS offset coefficient
0FFF 0000 ENV offset coefficient
TG offset coefficient 0000 0000 0100 0000 0200 0000 0300 0000
DBAL coefficient
VIN1 offset cancel value
VIN2 offset cancel value
VIN3 offset cancel value D
VIN4 offset cancel value
VIN5 offset cancel value
VIN6 offset cancel value
VIN7 offset cancel value
VIN8 offset cancel value
VIN9 offset cancel value
VIN10 offset cancel value

1 x 00 0000

(1) (2) (3),(4) (5) (6) (8)

F close F search CRG+/- LD-ON/OFF CRG_HOME Power_OFF

S curve
measurement
1FFF 0000 Activates while the key When LO-ON: 1100 0000 1D00 0000
1A00 0000 is being pressed. When LD-OFF: 1000 000
(2) 1B00 0000 : CRG+
1C00 0000 : CRG-
F search E

1100 0000
[Note] If no action is taken for approximately 10 seconds after LD-ON, it will become LO-OFF automatically.
If F close is selected during LD-OFF, it will become an error.
During focus search (S character measurement mode), too, safety regulation applies if LD_OFF is not selected
Focus close state within 10 seconds. Therefore, even if focus search is selected after LD-ON, it will become LD-OFF after 9 seconds.
FEMAX level In order to F close after focus search (S character measurement mode), set to Power_OFF first then power on again
FEMIN level before F close.
ASMAX level
ENVMAX level
FE normalization coefficient
Spindle gain coefficient
TEMAX level indication
TEMIN level indication
(2)

a b

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a b
(2)

2 x 00 0000
A
(1) (2) (3),(4) (8)
Tracking balance Focus Jump CRG +/- Power_OFF

When L0 layer: 2000 0000 It operates while the key


2FFF 0000 When L1 layer: 2100 0000 is being pressed.
2B00 0000 : CRG+
TBAL coefficient (layer 0) 2C00 0000 : CRG-
TBAL coefficient (layer 1)
TE normalization coefficient (layer 0)
TE normalization coefficient (layer 1)
Off track adjustment result

3000 0000

(1) (3),(4) (5) (8)


Tracking close CRG +/- RF level value Performed including the tracking close processing. Power_OFF

3FFF 0000 It operates while the key 3FFF 0000


B is being pressed.
3B00 0000 : CRG+
3C00 0000 : CRG- Tracking close state FBAL coefficient (layer 0)
FBAL coefficient (layer 1)
Focus gain coefficient (layer 0)
Focus gain coefficient (layer 1)
Tracking gain coefficient (layer 0)
Tracking gain coefficient (layer 1)
AS normalization adjustment value (layer 0)
AS normalization adjustment value (layer 1)

5000 0000

(1) (2) (7) (8)


RF level value Error rate
indication start measurement T.OPEN Power_OFF

Error rate
RF level is informed Focus gain coefficient (layer 0) To (2)
every 500msec. Focus gain coefficient (layer 1)
C Tracking gain coefficient (layer 0)
Tracking gain coefficient (layer 1)
(1)
AS normalization adjustment value (layer 0)
RF level value AS normalization adjustment value (layer 1)
indication end

FBAL coefficient (layer 0)


Tracking close state
FBAL coefficient (layer 1)
Focus gain coefficient (layer 0)
Focus gain coefficient (layer 1)
Tracking gain coefficient (layer 0)
Tracking gain coefficient (layer 1)
AS normalization adjustment value (layer 0)
4000 0000 AS normalization adjustment value (layer 1)

D 4 x 00 0000

(1) (2) (5) (6) (3),(4) (7) (8)


Error rate Playback speed T.Jump+/- Power_OFF
measurement switching Focus Jump ID Search T.OPEN

Error rate Jump+ : 4B00 0000


Focus gain coefficient (layer 0) When L0 layer: 4x00 0000 4A00 0000 Jump- : 4C00 0000 To (2)
Focus gain coefficient (layer 1) DVDX1.3~ When L1 layer: 4x00 0000
Tracking gain coefficient (layer 0) 1.6CAV (1)-(4) (3)
Tracking gain coefficient (layer 1) CDX4CLV: Track number
4x00 0000 ID designation designation
AS normalization adjustment value (layer 0)
AS normalization adjustment value (layer 1)

ID display Track number


indication The higher 2 digits of the designated ID are the value showing the test state.
(5) (5) The lower 6 digits show the ID.
Example) If 300000 is desired to be designated as the ID, designated ID: 4A03 0000.
Search start Jump start

Error occurrence

E The number for designation of the track number shall be selected from the track numbers previously prepared.
Switch to cyclic by (3). Fix by (4).
Error display For CD: Tracks 1, 4, 10, 11 and 32
L0 layer DVD X 1.3~1.6CAV, CD X 4CLV :4000 0000
For DVD: Tracks 1, 4, 10, 11, 32, 64 and 100
L1 layer DVD X 1.3~1.6CAV :4100 0000
(8)
Change the method for ID address designation.
Power_OFF Designation of digit by command (1) and (2). UP/DOWN of numbers by command (3) and (4). Fix by command (5).

Error occurrence at Power_OFF

[Note] If an error occurs at Power_OFF, reset cannot be made. In such a case, it is necessary to turn the power off and start the test mode once again.
Error display

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Legend:
… Key operation
EDC. Image of the test mode
… Operational state A
… The content displayed on the DVD mechanism (video only)
8 characters data is sent to the product side (HOST) by UART communication.

EDC1/2 test mode [Note] Image is the same for both EDC1 and EDC2.

0000 0000
EJECT operation
[Note] Eject can be effected any time during the EDC test mode.
(1) (2)

Layer 0 selection Layer 1 selection

Eject
B
0000 0000 0100 0000 Test mode Eject

1003 0000 1103 0000


After completion of EJECT operation

(1)-(4)
ID designation

Layer 0: 10** ****


Layer 1: 11** ****
[Note] ** **** is the ID designation value

(5)
C
EDC1/2 start

Layer 0: 20** ****


Layer 1: 21** ****
[Note] ** **** is the present ID designation value

**** **** [Note] The display is updated at 0.5 seconds interval until 0/1 layer is selected or Eject is effected.
[Note] **** **** is the present ID designation value

Image of the LD power on time mode.


Legend: … Key operation
… Operational state
… The content displayed on the DVD mechanism (video only)
LD power on time mode D
8 characters data is sent to the product side (HOST) by UART communication.

0000 0000
Not for service use
(1) (2) (5) (6)
CD LD power on DVD LD power on CD LD power on DVD LD power on
time indication time indication time setting time setting

10** **** 20** ****


[Note] ** **** is the CD LD [Note] ** **** is the DVD LD 30** **** 40** ****
power on time. power on time. [Note] ** **** is the setting time. [Note] ** **** is the setting time.

(1)-(4) (1)-(4)
Setting time (8) Setting time (8)
designation designation E
(5) (5)

Setting time Setting time


registration registration

10** **** 20** ****


[Note] ** **** is the CD LD [Note] ** **** is the DVD LD
power on time. power on time.

[Method of setting time designation]


Designate the digit by command (1) and (2). UP/DOWN of numbers by command (3) and (4).
Fix by command (5). Cancel by command (8).
F

[Note] If the power on time is 999999 hours or more, it is always reported as 999999 hours.
[Note] If the power on time is “*E** ****”, the value may not be correct due to the life of the flash memory.

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6.3 uBOOT MENU


UBOOT Upgrade

A 1. Copy the Uboot files named as “uboot.bin” and “uboot.cks” to the SD/MMC card
2. Inset SD/MMC card to the Main Unit at first, then enter the Uboot interface.
3. Select ““3=UBOOT Upgrade” item in Uboot menu, then select ““1=UBOOT by SD/MMC” item
in “UBOOT Upgrade” menu and execute.

UBOOT Upgrade

0=WINCE Upgrade 0=UBOOT by USB


1=GPS Tools 1=UBOOT by SD/MMC
2=BT Tools 2=Exit
3=UBOOT Upgrade Choice: 1
4=Memory Tools
5=Other Tools
Coice: 0
B
<Uboot Menu> <UBOOT Upgrade Menu>

UBOOT Upgrade UBOOT Upgrade

0=UBOOT by USB 0=UBOOT by USB


1=UBOOT by SD/MMC 1=UBOOT by SD/MMC
2=Exit 2=Exit
Choice: 1 Choice: 1

Star Erase & Write UT!!


UT Upgrade OK
C Star Erase & Write UT!! Please restart your device!!
Read Progress : 31% Read process 100%

<UBOOT Upgrade Menu:Progress Screen> <UBOOT Upgrade Menu:Finish Screen>

4. After the menu of “UBOOT Upgrade” show “UT Upgrade OK”, restart the device.

WINCE Image Upgrade

1. Copy the image files named as “winceimg.bin” and “winceimg.cks” to the SD/MMC card.
2. Inset SD/MMC card to the Main Unit at first, then enter the Uboot interface.
3. Select “0=WINCE Upgrade” item in Uboot menu, then select “1=WINCE bySD/MMC” item
in “WINCE Upgrade” menu and execute.

D WINCE Upgrade

0=WINCE Upgrade 0=WINCE by SD/MMC (Format)


1=GPS Tools 1=WINCE by SD/MMC
2=BT Tools 2=WINCE by USB (Format)
3=UBOOT Upgrade 3=WINCE by USB
4=Memory Tools 4=Exit
5=Other Tools Coice: 1
Coice: 0

<Uboot Menu> <WINCE Upgrade Menu>

E WINCE Upgrade WINCE Upgrade

0=WINCE by SD/MMC (Format) 0=WINCE by SD/MMC (Format)


1=WINCE by SD/MMC 1=WINCE by SD/MMC
2=WINCE by USB (Format) 2=WINCE by USB (Format)
3=WINCE by USB 3=WINCE by USB
4=Exit 4=Exit
Coice: 1 Coice: 1

Image Region
Checksum = 0x64463447

Read Progress : 31% CE Upgrade OK


Please restart your device!!
F
<WINCE Upgrade Menu:Progress Screen> <WINCE Upgrade Menu:Finish Screen>

4. After the menu of “WINCE Upgrade” show “CE Upgrade OK”, restart the device.

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6.4 USING THE TEST DISC

Jig No : GGV1322 A

Test Disc 1 Start Screen Specification

Test Disc 1 Start

1. Copy all files under “Test Disc1” folder on GGV1322 to a SD card.


2. Download a ID file from the Service Site and copy the file to the SD card.
3. Insert the SD card into the Main Unit and turn ACC OFF ON. Then, the test disc starts.

The test can be terminated by turning ACC OFF. After turning ACC OFF, remove the SD card.
B

Test Disc 1 Start Screen

MIC Test

D
<< Operation method >>
1. This screen appears when the Test Disc is activated.
2. Tap ‘E-MIC’ to start the test.

<< Operation method >>


1. This screen appears when the test is started. F
2. Put a sound into the microphone while this screen is shown. The sound is recorded.

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<< Operation method >>


1. When this screen appears, the recorded sound is played ‘loudly’.
Notes) The sound volume cannot be adjusted.

<< Operation method >>


1. When this screen appears, the recorded sound is played ‘quietly’.
Notes) The sound volume cannot be adjusted.

F
<< Operation method >>
1. When this screen appears, the recorded sound is muted.
Notes) The sound volume cannot be adjusted.

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<< Operation method >>


1. When the test finishes, this screen appears.
2. To proceed to the next test, tap ‘OK’. To conduct MIC Test again, tap ‘Retry’.

GPS Test

<< Operation method>>


1. This screen appears when the Test Disc is activated.
If you tap "GPS_TTFF", the test is started.

F
<< Operation method >>
1. When the test is started, this screen is displayed.
When you terminate the test in the way, tap the "Exit".

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<< Operation method >>


When the positioning is terminated within one minute, the test is completed successfully,
and this screen is displayed.
If you implement the test again, tap the "Retry".
If you go to next step, tap "OK".

Version Check
C

<< Operation method >>


1. This screen appears when the Test Disc is activated.
2. When ‘Version’ is tapped, the test starts.
If the "Reality" corresponds to "Plan", the result becomes "OK".

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<< Operation method >>


If the test result is "OK", the blue screen is displayed.
"Reality" is each version on actual machine and the "Plan" is the version information
described in "Information.txt" of SD card.

<< Operation method >>


If the test result is "NG", the red screen is displayed.

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Jig No : GGV1322

A Test Disc 2 Start Screen Specification

Test Disc 2 Start

1. Copy all files under “Test Disc 2” folder on GGV1322 to a SD card.


2. Download a ID file from the Service Site and copy the file to the SD card.
3. Insert the SD card into the Main Unit and turn ACC OFF ON. Then, the test disc starts.

The test can be terminated by turning ACC OFF. After turning ACC OFF, remove the SD card.

B Test Disc 2 Start Screen

The user data is deleted

<< Operation method >>


1. This screen appears when the Test Disc is activated.
2. If you tap the "Restore", the user data is deleted.
D

<< Operation method >>


If the deletion is terminated, this screen is displayed.
F
Notes:) "Splash screen setting" is not back to default after performing this function.
Please set the "Splash screen setting", before performing this function.

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7. DISASSEMBLY
NOTE) While the photograph shown is slightly different from this model in shape, the disassembly
procedure is the same. A

Removing the Case (Fig.1)


Case
1 1
1 Remove the two screws and then remove
the Case.

Note)
To remove the screws, use jig No. GGK1068.

Fig.1

Removing the DVD Mechanism Module (Fig.2)

1 Remove the four screws.


2
Disconnect the two connectors and then 1 C
2
remove the DVD Mechanism Module.

1
2

1 1

DVD Mechanism Module

Fig.2

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Removing the Monitor Assy (Fig.3)


Monitor Assy

1 Remove the six screws. 1


A

2 Release the two latches.


1
2
3 Disconnect the three connectors and then
remove the Monitor Assy.

(Right side)
B
Monitor Assy

1
2

1
C

(Left side)

3
3 3

(Top side)
Monitor Assy Fig.3

Removing the Navi Unit (Fig.4)


Navi Unit

1 Remove the five screws.


1 2
1
2 Disconnect the four connectors and then
E remove the Navi Unit.
2
1 2

1 1
2
F Fig.4

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Removing the AV Unit (Fig.5) Heat Sink

Remove the FFC(CDE8550). 2


A
3
1 Remove the two screws.
2
2 2
2 Remove the seven screws. 2
2

3 Disconnect the connector and then 1 1


remove the Heat Sink. 2

Chassis(Upper) B

4 Remove the three screws and then


4
remove the Chassis(Upper).

(Right side) C
Chassis(upper)

4 4

D
Remove the FFC(CDE8551).
(Left side)
Remove the cord assy(CDE8393).

Remove the cord assy(CDH1381). AV Unit

5 Remove the screw. 6


6

6 Remove the six screws and then remove 6


the AV Unit. 5
E

6 6 6

Fig.5
F

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Removing the Panel Unit (Fig.6)

1 Remove the screw and connector


A and then remove the SD Unit.

2 2
2 Disconnect the four connectors.
2
1
1
2

SD Unit

B
3 Remove the five screws and then remove
the Panel Unit.
3 3

3 3

C Panel Unit

Fig.6

Removing the Keyboard Unit (Fig.7) LCD Module Assy

1 Remove the four screws.


1 1
2 2
2 Release the five latches and then remove
the LCD Module Assy.
D

1 1

2 2 2

Keyboard Unit

3 Remove the four screws and then remove


E the Keyboard Unit.
3

Fig.7
F

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- How to hold the mechanism section (Fig 1)


A
1. Hold the main frame and the top frame.
2. As the mechanical strength of the front part of the top frame is not strong, do not hold this part.
3. Do not touch the switches provided on the top face of the mechanism section.
4. Be careful not to pull the flexible PCB on the side face.

Fig 1

Do not touch this part. Do not touch this part.


C
Do not touch this part.

- How to remove the module PCB (Fig 2, Fig 3)


1. Put the mechanism section in locked state (disc load standby position).
2. Hold the mechanism module with its top face down.
3. Make the lands at 2 locations on the pick up flexible PCB short.
4. Disconnect the connectors of the pick up flexible PCB and the SPDL flexible PCB.
(Be sure to disconnect the connectors as the flexible PCB will be damaged if the PCB is removed without removing
the flexible PCB.) D
5. Remove the solder joint of the lead wire of the load motor and the clamp SW.
6. Remove the two screws, and then remove the module PCB.
(Lift up point A slightly and remove it toward B direction. Be careful as the point C is connected with a flexible PCB.)
7. Disconnect the connector of the 8-12 detection flexible PCB from the PCB.

Fig 2

Module PCB

Short E
B

Connector Connector
(pick up flexible) (8-12 detection flexible)

Solder land
(load motor, lead wire of the clamp SW.) Connector (SPDL flexible) C F
A Fig 3

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- How to remove the CRG motor assy (Fig 4)


1. Remove the module PCB according to the instructions in “How to remove the module PCB”.
A 2. Remove the Mylar tape.
3. Remove the flexible PCB of the CRG motor from the connector of the spindle motor.
4. Remove the two screws, and then remove the CRG motor assy.

Set screw (CRG) CRG motor assy Set screw (CRG)

Feeding screw

PU rack

Mylar tape

Fig 4
C - How to remove the PU unit (Fig 5)
1. Remove the module PCB according to the instructions in “How to remove the module PCB”.
2. Hang the main shaft holding spring to the CRG chassis temporary hanger.
3. Remove the CRG motor assy according to the instructions in “How to remove the CRG motor assy”.
4. Remove the holding plate spring of the main shaft.
5. While lifting up the tip of the pick up rack, slide the main shaft, and remove the PU unit.
(Note) When mounting the PU unit again, make sure to do the adjustments of the devices mounted thereon
according to the descriptions of the service manual. Furthermore, make sure to hang the main shaft
holding spring permanently.
Holding plate spring Main shaft
D

PU unit

Main shaft holding spring

Sub shaft
Fig 5
CRG chassis temporary hanging section

F
Temporary hanging Permanent hanging

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• Notes on disassembly
A
• When separating the MONITOR ASSY from the MAIN UNIT ASSY, do so slowly.
Two FFCs (CDE8554, CDE8556) and one CODE ASSY (CDE8559) are connected. The strength of the joint part
of the code and terminals of CDE8559 (CODE ASSY for Bluetooth to connect the keyboard unit and navi unit)
is weak, it may break or the code may extend.
Remove after peeling off the tape of CDE8556 and the shield.

CDE8559

* Actually does the CODE ASSY (CDE8559) to a left connector of a round inclosing.
• When demounting LCD PANEL ASSY from the grille, be careful not to bend LCD plate (CND4319) as there are
D
snap fits on the right and left. Demount LCD PANEL ASSY by extending snap fits on the grille side.

Snap fit
2 place

Do not bend CND4319 Do not bend CND4319

Remove snap fits by extending


them on the grille side using
tweezers or bamboo tweezers.

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• Be sure to remove the MONITOR ASSY after removing the DVD mecha.
If the procedure is done oppositely, the FFC (CDE8556) connecting the MONITOR ASSY and the MAIN UNIT
A ASSY will be damaged. At assembly, be sure to fix the MONITOR ASSY first and then fix the DVD mecha. If it is
done oppositely, the FFC (CDE8556) cannot be folded as intended under the DVD mecha.

B
CDE8556

C • When connecting the code assy connecting 1F AV UNIT and 2F NAVI UNIT (CDH1381) on NAVI UNIT side, do
so as shown below.

OK NG
Horizontal Vertical

• The code assy connecting 1F AV UNIT and 2F NAVI UNIT (CDE8393) shall be fitted on the back side of the
choke coil (CTH1347) after 1F Chassis Unit and 2F Chassis Unit are fixed, as shown below.

CDE8393

CTH1347

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• When mounting KNOB ASSY (CXC8994) in the MONITOR ASSY, be careful to don't destroy
encoder part.
A

CSX1135 shaft of an encoder


CXC8994

• Since two case (CNB3472) fixing screws are ‘TORX tamper’ (tamper-proof screws with a projection in
TORX), a special tool is required.
TORX screwdriver(T8) : GGK1068

Mark 1 (T8 size)


C

M2.6 thread

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8. EACH SETTING AND ADJUSTMENT


8.1 DVD ADJUSTMENT
A

If the reference voltage is connected to GND by mis-


1) Precautions take, turn the regulator OFF immediately, or turn the
This product uses 5 V and 3.3 V as standard voltages. power OFF.
The electrical potential that is the reference for signals, Remove the filters and wires used for measurements
is not GND, but VREF (approximately 2.2 V) and VHALF only after the regulator has been turned OFF.
(approximately 1.65 V). For stable circuit operation, keep the mechanism
During product adjustments, if the reference voltage is operating for about one minute or more after the
mistakenly taken as GND, and a grounding contact is regulator is turned on.
made, not only would it be impossible to measure the Whenever the product is in the test mode, the software
B accurate electrical potential, but also the servo motor will not take any protective action. For this reason,
would malfunction, resulting in the application of a special care should be taken to make sure that no
strong impact on the pick up. The following precaution- mechanical or electrical shock could be applied to the
ary measures should be strictly adhered to, in order to product when taking measurements in the test mode.
avoid such problems. Whenever the EJECT key is pressed to eject the disk,
The reference voltage and GND should not be confused no other keys, other than the EJECT key, should be
when using the minus probe of a measurement device. pressed until the disk eject action has been complet-
When an oscilloscope is being used special care should ed.
be taken to make sure that the reference voltage is not If the product hangs up turn the power OFF immedi-
connected to the probe of ch1 (on the minus side), ately.
while the probe of ch2 (on the minus side), is connected Laser didoes may be damaged, if the volume switch for
to GND. Further, since the body frame of most mea- the laser power adjustment of the pick up unit, is turned.
C
surement devices have the same electrical potential as
the minus side of the probe, the body frame of the mea- Attention)
surement device should be set to floating ground. Test mode stopping procedure
Reset or ACC OFF-ON.

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- SKEW adjustment

When one of the following replacements has taken place, SKEW adjustment for the pick up will be required. A
(1) Replacement of the pick up unit
(2) Replacement of the spindle motor
(3) Replacement of the carriage chassis
(4) Replacement of the main shaft of the pick up unit
(5) Replacement of the sub shaft of the pick up unit

Measurement equipment and tools/jigs: Oscilloscope


Driver for SKEW adjustment t TORX driver (T2) (GGK1095)
Bond for fixing the SKEW (GEM1033)
Bond for locking the screw (Locking agents(1401M : produced by THREE BOND))

Disc used: GGV1025


B
Measurement reference: AGND2
Measurement point: RF

Connection drawing
DVD core unit

C
RF

AGND2

Enlargement

Oscilloscope

-3
Symptom in case the adjustment is not adequate: Worsening of the error rate 10
(Normally 10-4 or less.)
Large RF jitter
RF waveform distortion
Tracking drawing/Unstable servo

* Caution: Do not look into the laser light during adjustment.


F

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There are two adjustment methods: one in which adjustment is performed monitoring RF waveform with an oscilloscopes
(method 1), and another in which adjustment is performed checking the numerical value of RF level with OSD (method 2).
Adjustment procedures are described below, but please refer to the section of service mode for how to start the test
A mode and the operation procedures therein.

Replacement of PU Unit
For replacement of PU unit, refer to "Disassembly - How to Remove PU Unit."
After mounting PU unit, roughly adjust the skew screw so that the outer periphery without PU becomes horizontal
to CRG chassis.

Skew adjustment screw

Adjustment Procedure:
1. Connect to the jigs (refer to jig connection diagram) to enable the adjustment of pickup, and turn over DVD
C
mechanism module.
To prevent the disc from being scratched as it is turned over, first place a coin having the thickness of about
1.5 mm on the desk, and turn over and set so that the part “ ” shown in the figure comes right above the coin.

2. In case of method 1:
Referring to the connection diagram, connect an oscilloscope so that RF signal can be monitored using AGND2 as
the reference.

RF
E

AGND2

In case of method 2: Oscilloscope


There is no need for setting equipment. Please go on to step 3.
F
3. Turn on the power in the test mode, and load the adjustment disc (GGV1025).

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4. From ServMecha , select DVD-1 layer in FE Test Mode (Front End Test Mode).
(For the details of the test mode, refer to ServMecha in the test mode menu in "6. Test Mode")
A

5. Select Power On, and after the automatic offset adjustment is completed, move the pickup to the inner
periphery (CRG-Home).
After turning on LD by selecting LD ON/OFF, select Focus Close to close the focus.

6. After the automatic adjustment is completed in FE Test Focus Close screen, select T.Bal.
After the automatic adjustment, select Tracking Close to close the tracking.

7. Use ID Search to perform middle periphery (ID: 100000) search to move PU to the middle periphery. B

Explanation of ID Search
ID: 4A000000

[Example]
To search ID: 40000, select [2] Cursor Left and press [Enter] for 5 times to move
the cursor to the 5th digit, and select [3] Cursor Up and press [Enter] for 4 times.
When the display is changed to ID: 40000, select [5] Start ID Search and press [Enter].

* If Search operation is failed, please restart from the top menu of ServMecha in the test mode.

8. In case of method 1:
Please go on to step 9.
In case of method 2:
Perform all automatic adjustments after Tracking Open once, and then close the tracking with the command that is
available for RF display.

9. Using torx driver (T2) (GGK1095) ,


In case of method 1:
Turn the skew adjustment screw A slightly while monitoring RF waveform level in the oscilloscope and set the level
to the maximum.
At the middle periphery of pickup, turn the skew adjustment screw B slightly and set the level to the maximum. D
At the middle periphery of pickup, turn the skew adjustment screw A slightly again and set the level to the maximum.
(Adjustments should be performed in the order of A, B, A, and please make sure each adjustment is completed as
the screws turned to the right.)

In case of method 2:
Turn the skew adjustment screw A slightly while monitoring RF level in OSD and set the level to the maximum.
At the middle periphery of pickup, turn the skew adjustment screw B slightly and set the level to the maximum.
At the middle periphery of pickup, turn the skew adjustment screw A slightly again and set the level to the maximum.
(Adjustments should be performed in the order of A, B, A, and please make sure each adjustment is completed as
the screws turned to the right.)
E

B
A

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[Criterion for Skew Adjustment OK]

(DVD) Search inner periphery (ID: 40000) and outer periphery (ID: 200000), and respective error rate should be
A
less than 1.000E - 3. If this is not satisfied, start over from step 9.
(Disc used: GGV1025)
(CD) Conduct a search after moving to the home position by CRG HOME, the error rate should be less than
2.500E - 3. If this is not satisfied, start over from step 9.
(Disc used: TCD-782)

* If the error rate does not fall within the abovementioned range by method 2, start over by method 1.

10. In FE Test Mode screen, after confirming the disc is stopped by Power OFF, eject the disc by Disc Eject.

B
11. Apply adhesive agent for fixing the skew, and lock the screws.
Refer to the next section for the part to be adhered.

SKEW adhesive locations(GEM1033) RAD-SKEW adhesive locations PU case

D
Adhesive application locations

C
C C
E

Sheet metal (yoke base) section Resin (suspension support) section

PU case
TAN-SKEW adhesive locations

Sheet metal (yoke base) section

D&E Cross section of R-SKEW adhesive locations.


D
* Caution: Make a cross link to both the resin section
and the sheet metal section.

Adhesive application locations


* Caution: Make a cross link to both the case section and the sheet metal section.

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Screw locking adhesive location(1401M : produced by THREE BOND)


A

Screw locking adhesive location


Apply the locking agent for more than half of the screw head
circumference.
* Caution: The locking agent shall not overflow to outside of
the PU case.

Precautions in handling the PU.

* Caution: Do not touch the shaded section in the drawing below.

RF level adjustment section


C

Do not touch the optical parts. D


Do not touch the springs.
Hologram (be careful for the static electricity)
GRT adjustment section

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8.2 AV UNIT ADJUSTMENT

A
- Adjustment point
AV UNIT(SIDE A)

C VR4231

AV UNIT(SIDE B)

AV CONNECTOR V1VG(GND)
CN1016

V1V
D

FRG
FRV

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AV UNIT ADJUSTMENT

Step Adjustment Mode Input signal Output signal Masuring Specs Adjusting
item (Input test pin, specs, (Measurement point, wave pattern) instruments point
5

other conditions)

5
1 Video level AV selector GGV1025 Measurement point: Oscilloscope 1.00 V ± 0.02 Vp-p VR4231
adjustment VTR1 Title3 chap3 play FRV FRG (GND)
(white 100%) Measure between the sync tip and 100
1,0 Vp-p (To measure the AV Unit only, connect IRE (wave top).
To perform AV unit only
1.4 kohm between TP FRV and FRG.)
TP DVV (input)
Symptoms with poor adjustment.
TP DVVG (GND)
100IRE (white 100%) Over level:
1,0 Vp-p Luminance is too high.
(input via 75 ohm) Under level:
Luminance is too low.

6
6

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8

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E
A

D
C

F
B
F
E
B
A

D
C

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FLICKER ADJUSTMENT

1
1

Adjustment item Measurement point Adjustment point The contents of adjustment Remarks

1 Aging Input white 100% signal.


Leave for more than 30 minutes in operation
mode.
2 Flicker adjustment Screen LCVR1 Adjust the flicker level to minimum from all Signal for Flicker adjustment…
Select “Graphics” “Flicer Adjustment”
in the Test Mode.
directions. (Input a signal for alternate white and black line.
The luminance level of the input signal : 50%)
8.3 FLICKER ADJUSTMENT

2
2

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9. EXPLODED VIEWS AND PARTS LIST


NOTES : Parts marked by " * " are generally unavailable because they are not in our Master Spare Parts List.
The > mark found on some component parts indicates the importance of the safety factor of the part.
A
Therefore, when replacing, be sure to use parts of identical designation.
"
Screw adjacent to mark on the product are used for disassembly.
For the applying amount of lubricants or glue, follow the instructions in this manual.
(In the case of no amount instructions,apply as you think it appropriate.)
9.1 PACKING

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(1) PACKING SECTION PARTS LIST


Mark No. Description Part No. Mark No. Description Part No.

1 Polyethylene Bag See Contrast table(2) 19 Microphone Assy CPM1064


2 Unit Box See Contrast table(2) 20 Clip Holder CZN5471
A
3 Contain Box See Contrast table(2)
4 Protector CHP3552 21 Microphone Holder CZN5472
5 Protector CHP3553 22 Cushion CZN5473
* 23 Microphone CZX5059
6 Cord CDP1157 24 GPS Antenna Assy CXC8574
7 Cord CDE6825 25 Seal CNN2515
8 Cord Assy CDP1091
9 Cord Assy CDP1095 26 Water Proof Pad CZN7150
10 Screw Assy CEA3797 27 Sheet CZN7151
28 Cord Assy See Contrast table(2)
11 Screw BMZ50P060FTC 29-1 Installation Manual See Contrast table(2) B
* 12 Polyethylene Bag CEG-127 29-2 Caution Card CRP1310
13 Screw CMZ50P060FTC
14 Polyethylene Bag CEG1116 * 29-3 Warranty Card See Contrast table(2)
15 Sub Unit Box CHG6491 * 29-4 Registration Card See Contrast table(2)
29-5 Owner's Manual See Owner’s manual parts list(3)
16 Connector CKX1049 * 29-6 Caution Card See Contrast table(2)
17 Pen CNV8969 30 Attachment Assy CEA4636
18 CD-ROM See Contrast table(2)

(2) CONTRAST TABLE


C
AVIC-F90BT/XS/UC, AVIC-F900BT/XS/UC and AVIC-F900BT/XS/AU are constructed the same except for the fol-
lowing:
Mark No. Description AVIC-F90BT/XS/UC AVIC-F900BT/XS/UC AVIC-F900BT/XS/AU
1 Polyethylene Bag CEG1402 CEG1402 CEG1401
2 Unit Box CHG6574 CHG6487 CHG6489
3 Contain Box CHL6574 CHL6487 CHL6489
18 CD-ROM Not Used Not Used CPJ1262
28 Cord Assy CDP1153 Not Used Not Used

29-1 Installation Manual CRD4361 CRD4335 CRB2724


* 29-3 Warranty Card CRY1070 CRY1246 Not Used D
* 29-4 Registration Card CRY1271 CRY1271 Not Used
* 29-6 Caution Card CRP1376 CRP1376 CRN1094
Installation Manual
Part No. Language

CRD4361 English, French

CRD4335 English, French

CRB2724 English

E
(3) OWNER’S MANUAL PARTS LIST
AVIC-F90BT/XS/UC AVIC-F900BT/XS/UC AVIC-F900BT/XS/AU
Part No. Language Part No. Language Part No. Language
CRB2686 English CRB2684 English CRB2722 English
CRB2687 French CRB2685 French CRB2723 English
CRB2810 English CRB2686 English

CRB2811 French CRB2687 French

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9.2 EXTERIOR(1)

B
C

C
D
E

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(1) EXTERIOR(1) SECTION PARTS LIST


Mark No. Description Part No. Mark No. Description Part No.

1 Screw BMZ26P050FTC 22 SD Unit CWX3652


2 Screw CBA2145 23 Screw(M2 x 2) CBA1771
A
3 FFC CDE8556 24 Holder CND3758
4 Case CNB3472 25 Holder CND3759
5 Card CNW1231
26 Holder CND4319
6 Screw BMZ26P050FTC 27 Insulator CNN2044
7 Screw BPZ20P080FTC 28 Insulator CNN2045
8 Button(MENU, MAP) CAI1705 29 LCD Module CWX3611
9 Button(RESET, EJECT) CAI1706 30 Panel Unit CWX3651
10 Screw(M2 x 3) CBA1797
31 Screw PMB20P040FTC
11 FFC CDE8554 32 Knob Unit CXC8994 B
12 FFC CDE8555 33 Spring YBL5013
13 Cord Assy CDE8559 34 Grille Unit See Contrast table(2)
14 Cover CNN2046 35 Screw IMS26P040FTC
15 Lighting Conductor CNV9902
36 Gasket CNN2501
16 Holder CNV9904 37 Gasket CNN2533
17 Touch Panel CSX1136 38 Insulator CNN2534
18 Jack(CN802) CKN1049 39 Cushion CNN2723
19 Connector(CN803) CKS5749 40 Gasket CNN2724
20 Connector(CN801) CKS5862
41 Insulator CNN2725 C

21 Antenna(ANT801) CTX1095

(2) CONTRAST TABLE


AVIC-F90BT/XS/UC, AVIC-F900BT/XS/UC and AVIC-F900BT/XS/AU are constructed the same except for the fol-
lowing:
Mark No. Description AVIC-F90BT/XS/UC AVIC-F900BT/XS/UC AVIC-F900BT/XS/AU
34 Grille Unit CXC9777 CXC8984 CXC8986

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9.3 EXTERIOR(2)

A
C
D
(A)
E

E C
C
D

F
B

(A) GYH1031(Mylay tape)


* Hold the flexible cable to the shield on the Navi Unit.

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(1) EXTERIOR(2) SECTION PARTS LIST


Mark No. Description Part No. Mark No. Description Part No.

1 Screw ASZ26P050FTC 14 Cover CND3917


2 Screw(M2 x 3) CBA2096 15 Bracket CND4316
A
3 Screw BMZ26P050FTC
4 Screw BMZ26P160FTB 16 Shield CND4317
5 Screw(M2.6 x 12) CBA2102 17 Insulator CNN2042
18 Insulator CNN2043
6 Cord Assy CDE8393 19 Sheet CNN2294
7 FFC CDE8550 20 Heat Sink CNR1944
8 FFC CDE8551
9 Cord Assy CDE8557 21 Navi Unit(U1) See Contrast table(2)
10 Cord Assy CDE8561 22 DVD Mechanism Module(MS5AVCOD) CXK6631
23 Fan Motor CXM1320
11 Chassis CNA3041 24 Cord Assy CDH1381 B
12 Chassis CNA3043 25 Gasket CNN2529
13 Bracket CND3698

(2) CONTRAST TABLE


AVIC-F90BT/XS/UC, AVIC-F900BT/XS/UC and AVIC-F900BT/XS/AU are constructed the same except for the fol-
lowing:
Mark No. Description AVIC-F90BT/XS/UC AVIC-F900BT/XS/UC AVIC-F900BT/XS/AU
21 Navi Unit(U1) CWX3642 CWX3642 CWX3648

AVIC-F90BT/XS/UC
5 6 7 8
117
1 2 3 4

9.4 EXTERIOR(3)

E A

AVIC-F90BT/XS/UC
118
1 2 3 4
5 6 7 8

(1) EXTERIOR(3) SECTION PARTS LIST


Mark No. Description Part No. Mark No. Description Part No.

1 AV Unit See Contrast table(2) 18 Shield CND3769


2 Screw BMZ26P060FTC 19 Holder See Contrast table(2)
A
> 3 Fuse(10 A) CEK1208 20 Shield CND4320
4 Connector(CN1016) CKM1460
5 Plug(CN1005) CKM1550 21 Shield CND4563
22 Sheet CNM9805
6 Jack(CN1015) CKN1042 23 FM/AM Tuner Unit(Y1461) CWE2128
7 Connector(CN1021) See Contrast table(2) 24 Holder CND4324
8 Connector(CN1001) CKS4674 25 Shield Unit CXC8983
9 Connector(CN702) CKS5075
10 Connector(CN1000) CKS5732 26 IC(IC1007) PAL007C
27 IC(IC2801, IC2820) BA00CC0WCP-V5
11 Mini Pin Jack(CN1441) CKX1046 28 Cord Assy CDP1091 B
12 Antenna Jack(ANT1401) CKX1060 29 Cap CNV6727
13 Holder CNC9921 30 Cord Assy CDP1095
14 Shield CND3004
15 Holder CND3181 31 Cord CDE6825
32 Cap CNS1472
16 Holder CND3693 33 Resistor RS1/2PMF102J
17 Holder CND3695

(2) CONTRAST TABLE


AVIC-F90BT/XS/UC, AVIC-F900BT/XS/UC and AVIC-F900BT/XS/AU are constructed the same except for the fol-
lowing: C

Mark No. Description AVIC-F90BT/XS/UC AVIC-F900BT/XS/UC AVIC-F900BT/XS/AU


1 AV Unit CWN3648 CWN3171 CWN3177
7 Connector(CN1021) CKS3408 CKS3408 Not Used
19 Holder CND4314 CND4314 CND4315

AVIC-F90BT/XS/UC
5 6 7 8
119
1 2 3 4

9.5 DVD MECHANISM MODULE

(A)

(C)
(B)
(C)
(B)

(B) (B)
B

(C)

(A)

A
E
A
(C)
C

(D)

(B)

(A)
(A)
(A)
(A)

D F
B (A)

C
B
(A)
C
D
E
(A)

D (A)
(C) (A)
F
E
(C)
(A)
(A) (B)
E
(B)

(A) : GEM1045 (A)

(B) : GEM1043

(C) : GEM1024
(A)
(D) : GEM1050 D
F

AVIC-F90BT/XS/UC
120
1 2 3 4
5 6 7 8

DVD MECHANISM MODULE SECTION PARTS LIST


Mark No. Description Part No. Mark No. Description Part No.

1 DVD Core Unit YWX5005 50 Damper CNV9061


2 Connector(CN1852) CKS4817 A
3 Connector(CN1101) CKS4841 51 Damper CNV9062
4 Connector(CN1301) CKS5017 52 Collar CNV8845
5 Connector(CN1201) CKS5043 53 Lever CNV8865
54 Rack CNV9063
6 Connector(CN1901) CKS5054 55 Arm CNV8867
7 •••••
8 Screw BMZ20P020FTC 56 Arm CNV8868
9 Screw BMZ20P025FNI 57 Arm CNV9577
10 Screw CBA1787 58 Arm CNV8870
59 Arm CNV8871
11 Washer CBF1038 60 Arm CNV8872 B
12 Washer CBF1064
13 Spring CBH2586 61 Arm CNV8873
14 Spring CBH2588 62 Gear CNV8874
15 Spring CBH2589 63 Gear CNV8875
64 Gear CNV8876
16 Spring CBH2590 65 Gear CNV8877
17 Spring CBH2591
18 Spring CBH2592 66 Gear CNV8878
19 Spring CBH2593 67 Gear CNV8879
20 Spring CBH2596 68 Lever CNV8903
69 Lever CNV8904 C

21 Spring CBH2597 70 Roller CNV8905


22 Spring CBL1726
23 Spring CBH2599 71 Lever CNV8908
24 Spring CBH2600 72 Arm CNV8909
25 Spring CBH2601 73 Guide CNV9569
74 Arm CNV9116
26 Spring CBH2926 75 Arm CNV9117
27 Spring CBH2604
28 Spring CBH2605 76 Compound Unit(A) CWX3154
29 Spring CBH2710 77 Compound Unit(B) CWX3394
D
30 Spring CBH2711 * 78 Arm Unit CXC7872
79 Frame Unit CXC6442
31 Spring CBH2935 80 Bracket Unit CXB8685
32 Spring CBH2890
33 Spring CBL1689 81 Chassis Unit CXC6443
34 Spring CBH2898 82 Motor Unit(LOAD)(M1) CXC4912
35 Shaft CLA4206 83 Motor(STEPPING)(M2) CXM1364
84 Arm Unit CXC5486
36 Shaft CLA4701 85 Roller Unit CXC5708
37 Lever CNC9933
38 Holder CND2643 86 Motor(SPDL)(M3) CXM1362 E
39 Frame CND2250 87 Screw JFZ20P018FTC
40 Holder CND2251 88 Washer YE20FTC
89 Pickup Unit(Service) CXX2118
41 Holder CND3936 90 Screw IMS20P030FTC
42 Sheet CNM6883
43 Sheet CNM8697 91 Collar CNV9570
44 Sheet CNM9658 92 Shaft CLA4771
45 Sheet CNM9407

46 Cam CNV7156
F
47 Clamper CNV7158
48 Roller CNV7165
49 Rack CNV7175

AVIC-F90BT/XS/UC
5 6 7 8
121
1 2 3 4

10. SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM


10.1 AV UNIT(PS/IF SECTION)(GUIDE PAGE)
A Note: When ordering service parts, be sure to refer to " EXPLODED VIEWS AND PARTS LIST" or
"ELECTRICAL PARTS LIST".

A-a A-b
Large size
SCH diagram
A-a 1/6
NOTE :
Symbol indicates a resistor. Decimal points for resistor
No differentiation is made between chip resistors and and capacitor fixed values
discrete resistors. are expressed as :
Symbol indicates a capacitor. 2.2 t 2R2

AV8V GND
NAVGND

NAVGND

NAVGND

NAVGND

NAVGND

NAVGND

NAVGND

NAVGND
FANGND
No differentiation is made between chip capacitors and 0.022 t R022

NAVI5V

NAVI5V

NAVI5V

NAVI5V

NAVI5V

NAVI5V

NAVI5V

NAVI5V
A-a A-b Guide page

FANV

AV8V
discrete capacitors.

10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
1
CN1001
FANGND

5.0V

5.0V

5.0V

5.0V

5.0V

5.0V

5.0V

5.0V
A-a A-b Detailed page FANV
FANV
NAVI5V 5. 0V 5. 0V NAVI5V 5.0V GNDA

8.3V
R1 C2805
NAVI5GND
B R001 C2800
NAVI5GND
FANGND
NAVI5GND
FANGND

AV8
8.3V

D2802
A 3/6 VISC8 R2833 0R0 8.0V
8.3V
AV8
RB060L-40

VICS8 VT8

R2801
10K

100K
R2810

R1
R001
0R0
VIDEO5 AV8

C2801

2R7K
R2802
100/16
VI5 Q2810

5
4
3
2
1
C2802

C2804
R2804
2SD1760F5

GND
VCC
VOUT
ADJ

CTL
R2811

R2803

2R2K
470
Q2811
DTA114EUA Vadj:1.225V

8.3V
5.0V
8.3V

100/16
R1
R1
IC2801
BA00CC0WCP-V5

UDZS5R6(B)
GNDA
DTC114EUA

C2810

C2811
C2812
D2810
C GNDD Q2812
CN1000
ILG
C1020

C1021

C1022
R001

R001

VT8
R1

GND 1 GNDV D2821


R2940 0R0 VT8
8.0V RB060L-40
ILMGND 2
EJT R2941 100 ILMGND DVEJKY
EJECT 3

R2820
2R2K
RES R2942 100 HDRST 1SS400G
RESET 4

1SR154-400
ILMB R2943 ILMB

R01
D2824
ILMB 5 D2825

C2820

R2821
ILMG R2944

C2823

R2823
ILMG

10K

1M
R1
ILMG 6

100/16

5
4
3
2
1
ILMR R2945

C2821
ILMR
ILMR 7

GND
VCC
VOUT
ADJ

CTL
NC 8

R2822

2R2K
NC1 ILMV R2946 ILMV
ILMV(LEDSW) 9
1SR154-400

AUR R2947
D2823
AV2RS Vadj:1.225V
AUX-R 10
AURG R2948 AV2RG BA00CC0WCP-V5
AUX-RG 11 IC2820
AUL R2949 AV2LS
AUX-L 12 GNDD
AULG R2950 AV2LG 6.5V 6.5V
AUX-LG 13
AUVG R2951 0R0 AV2VG
AUX-VG 14
AUV R2952 0R0 AV2VIN
AUX-V 15 D2831
BFA R1016 0R0 TU3
BATFAULT3 3.3V RR264M-400
BATTERY_FAULT 16
ROT1 R2953 0R0 ROT1
8.3V
5.0V
8.3V

ROT1 17

3R6K
R2830
ROTO R2954 0R0 ROT0
ROT0 18
100/16

R01

GND 19
D

C2833

R2834

100K
NARG

R1
NAVIRG
R2831

NaviARG 20
100

5
4
3
2
1
NAR
C2830

C2831

NAVIAR
NaviAR 21

D2822
GND

VC
VDD

VIN
NALG NAVILG
NaviALG 22
R2832

2R2K

250mA NAL NAVIAL


NaviAL 23
> FU2900 N33V R2959 0R0 NAVI3V
TU3
NAVI33V 24 BA00BC0WFP
CEK1276 NFC NFCONT IC2830
NFCONT 25
FRG R2960 0R0 FRVGND
FRVGND 26 GNDD

SWVDD5
FRV R2961 0R0 FRV
FRV 27
BCGN R2962 0R0 SWACPW
BCVGND 28 GNDV
BCVN R2963 0R0 MONVBS
BCV 29 8.3V AV8
GMUTE R2964 0R0 GUIDEMUTE
GUIDEMUTE 30

5.0V
GUIG GUIDEG
GUIDEG 31
GUI GUIDE L1004 5.0V 5.0V
GUIDE 32
GSY1 R2967 0R0
GNDSYS 33
CTSV R2968 0R0 CTOSYSV3
CTOSYSV3 34
STCV R2969 0R0
C2840

SYSTOCV3
R1

SYSTOCV3 35 C2841
R2847
8.3V
5.0V
8.3V
3.3V

6.5V

1K

GSY2 R2970 0R0


R001
GNDSYS 36
CTN R2971 0R0 CTOSYS3 R2844
R2853

CTOSYS3 37 GNDD
33K
R2841

STC R2972 0R0


47K

SYSTOC3 100K
VIDEO5

VT6

R2849

560K

38 51K
AV8

AV8
TU3

SYSTOC3 Q2840
GSY3 R2973 0R0 6 R2845
GNDSYS 39 IC1002 2 R2843 7
OPON R2974 0R0 1 8 C2842 R2852
OPTON
E OPTON 40
OPSN R2975 0R0 OPTSNS
51K
5 51K R1 20K
4 NJM2904M
1SS355

OPTSNS 41 3 R2846
C2844

R082

IC1002
D2840

8R2K

PKN R2976 0R0 R2840


R2851

PKBOUT
DTC114WK

PKB 42 NJM2904M
R2848
1K

KMB R2977 0R0 KMODEOUT 100K


C2843

KMODE 43
R2842

RVN R2978 0R0


R01
56K

REVSNS
REV 44
R2850

OFAN R2979 0R0


2K

OFFANS3
OFFANS 45
OFIN R2980 0R0 OFFINFO3
SPEED PULSE Q2841
OFFINFO 46 DTC114EUA
WDOG R2981 0R0 CPUWDT3
WDOG 47
RESB R2982 0R0 RESETB GNDD
RESETB 48
PCHG R2983 0R0 PCHNG
PULSE

PCHNG 49
L2940
PLN PULSE
PULSE 50

GNDD
VT6

OPTON

SYSPW
ROT1
ROT0
HDRST

AV2RG
NFCONT
CPUWDT3

SREMOTE

SRCMUTE
OPTSNS

AV2RS
RESETB

A 2/6
AV2LS
DVEJKY
SYSTOC3
CTOSYS3

VICSON
OFFANS3

ANTON
SYSTOCV3
CTOSYSV3

ILMSNS

ASENS
DCSKIPCD

NAVI3V
OFFINFO3

BATFAULT3
AV8
VIDEO5

NAVI3GND NAVIRG FRVGND GUIDEG GNDV GNDA GNDRF


A 6/6
FANGND NA V I L G I L MGND GNDD GNDA GNDD GNDFM
HDRST
SWACPW

CPUWDT3

SYSTOCV3
CTOSYSV3
CTOSYS3
SYSTOC3

ROT1
ROT0

SRCMUTE
OPTSNS

OFFANS3

SYSPW
RESETB

ANTON
SREMOTE
NFCONT

AV2RG
DVEJKY

ASENS

AV2LS
AV2RS
VICSON
ILMSNS
BATFAULT3
DCSKIPCD

OPTON

NAVI3V
OFFINFO3
AV8
TU3
GNDD

GNDD
GNDV

GNDFM
GNDA

GNDA

GNDRF
FRVGND
FANGND

A 3/6
GUIDEG
ILMGND
NAVI3GND

NAVIRG
NAVILG

F A 4/6

A 1/6
AVIC-F90BT/XS/UC
122
1 2 3 4
5 6 7 8

A-b 1/6 A : AVIC-F90BT/XS/UC


B : AVIC-F900BT/XS/UC
A 1/6 AV UNIT(PS/IF SECTION) C : AVIC-F900BT/XS/AU

NKBUP
NAVIC
KBUP
A 6/6 KB2

R2912

1/4W
4R7
R2911

47K

RB060L-40
AV8V GND

D2911
NAVGND
NAVI5V

NAVI5V

AV8V

KB1

R2913

1/4W
4R7
D2912
GNDD KS926S2
16
17
18
19
20

D2910
CN1001 KS926S2

10000/16
C2910
R2910

47K
10000/16

10000/16
C2911

C2912
5.0V

5.0V

GNDA
8.3V

BUP
GNDD B
GNDD
A 6/6
CN1005
AV8

600uH
L2930 BUP2 BUP1
16 BUP
Q2900 GND2 GND1
2SC4116 15 GND
ASENS AC2 R2902 ACC
R2900 1K 14 ACC
47K D2900 (1/4W) AANT
D2802 AANT
13
RB060L-40 HZU8R2(B1) ILM
12 ILM
R2901

C2901

R2903
4R7K
100K

R1

(1/4W)
ASENS REV
11 REV
PLS
100K

10 PULSE
R1

AV8 PKB
9 PKB
GNDD 14.4V D2890 RL- RL-
8 RL-
C2804
R2804

1SR154-400 FL-
KBUP

FL-
BUP

7 FL-
CTL

RL+ RL+
6 RL+
5
4
3
2
1

FL+ FL+
1SR154-400
VDD

OUT

5 FL+
GND3
GND2
GND1

RR- RR-
TPD1018F

4 RR-
IC2890

FR- FR-
R001
R1

V5
R001
GND4
GND5
GND6

3 FR-
DIAG

RR+ RR+
IN

AANT FR+ FR+


2 RR+
C2890
C2891

D2891
C2892
6
7
8
9

1 FR+
10

ANTON

3300/16

ST70-27F
C2935

D2930
C
D2821 ILMSNS GNDD
RB060L-40 ISN IL1 R2882
Q2880 D2880 GNDD
1SR154-400 1K
DTC114EUA R2880 (1/4W)
ILMSNS
1SS400G DCSKIPCD
10K Vehicle I/F
C2881

C2882

R2881
4R7K
R001

(1/4W)
1

D2825
C2823

R2823

1M
R1

REVSNS

RV2 GNDD
2SC4116

R2870 D2870 R2872 R2874


Q2870

47K UDZS5R1(B) 1K 1K L2872


(1/4W)
R2871

C2870

R2873

C2871
4R7K
R001

R001
100K

REVSNS
6.5V

D2831 GNDD FANUP


RR264M-400
PWR AMP
10K

10K

D2873
1SS355
SPEED 1 TAB
R2924

R2925
UDZS18(B)

L2870
D2871

2 PW.GND2
DAN202U

RL-
OUT2-
3
D
C2833

R2834

100K
R1

UDZS18(B)

R2926
SPEED SREMOTE
4 STBY
D2872

RL+ 10K
D2822

5 OUT2+
14.4V 6 VCC1/2
SYSPW GNDD L2871 R2875
PKB RR-
7 OUT1-
4R7K
8 PW.GND1
(1/4W)
PTZ18A
D2874

C2872

RR+
R001

9 OUT1+

10 SVR
SWVDD5

PKB RR R2920 C2920 C2925


IN1
11
RL R2921 C2921 C2926
12 IN2
AV8 8. 3V 8. 3V GNDD
13 S-GND
FL R2922 C2922 C2927
D2860 14 IN4
5.0V

Q2882 MA111 R2860 R2861 MTB R2865 R2923 C2923 C2928


FR
2SA1576A 15 IN3
5.0V
390 390 1K 6R2K:A
(1/10W) 1 1 16 AC GND
0R0:B,C (2125)
6
5
4

6
5
4

6
5
4

FR+
47/16

R2884 AV SECTION 17 OUT3+


2C

2C

2C
1B
1E

1B
1E

1B
1E
R1

18 PW.GND3
R2866

10K
UMD2N

UMD2N

UMD2N

4R7K
5.0V
R2883

Q2860

Q2861

Q2863
4R7K

FR-
19 OUT3-
C2860

C2861

14.4V

Q2881 20 VCC3/4
3 1C

3 1C

3 1C
1 2E

1 2E

1 2E
2 2B

2 2B

2 2B
R2853

SYSPW FL+
33K

MUT 21 OUT4+
R2868 R2869
560K

22 MUTE
DTC114EUA
220 100 FL-
C2842 R2852 23 OUT4-
SPEED
E
C2862

24 PW.GND4
33/10
R2864

R2867
10K

10K

R1 20K
GNDD D2862 BREMOTE
C2844

R082

Q2864 25 B_REMOTE
8R2K

DAN202U
R2851

D2861 MUB DTC114EUA


UDZS8R2(B) R2863
C2932

IC1007
C2843

100/25

(2125)
2R2
1

Q2865 PAL007C
12K
12K
12K
12K
R01

R1

PCHNG 22K OFFMUTE DTC124EUA


R2862

C2924

C2934
Q2862
47K

10/16
R1
2K

2SC4081

Q2841
C2931
R4779
R4780
R4781
R4782

C2929
C2930

DTC114EUA D2863
2R2
C2933

(3216)

sensing "low voltage" DAN202U


or "reset"
emergency MUTE
GNDD GNDD
SREMOTE

SRCMUTE

5.0V
GNDA A
5.0V

GNDD GNDD GNDA


RR
FR

RL
FRV

FL
MONVBS

ANTON
RSTMUTE
FRVGND

KMODEOUT
AV2RG

PKB

FANUP
NFCONT

SRCMUTE

AV2VG

PKBOUT
AV2RS

AV2VIN

ILMG
AV2LG

ILMR
GUIDE

GUIDEG

ILMV

ILMB
AV2LS
VICSON

NAVIRG
ANTON

NAVIAR
ASENS

BREMOTE
POMUTE
GUIDEMUTE
NAVI3V

NAVIAL
NAVILG

GNDD
0R0 0R0

R4812 R4815

B C GNDRF
GNDRF GNDRF GNDRF
RR

GNDD
FR

RL

PKB
POMUTE
FRVGND

ANTON
FL

KMODEOUT
VDD5
SRCMUTE

BREMOTE

FANUP

PKBOUT
RSTMUTE
ANTON
NFCONT

AV2RG

ILMG
GUIDEG
ASENS

GUIDE
AV2LS

ILMR
MONVBS
AV2VG
AV2RS

ILMV

ILMB
VICSON

NAVIRG
AV2LG

NAVIAR

NAVILG

GUIDEMUTE
NAVIAL
NAVI3V

FRV
AV2VIN

0R0

A 5/6 R4821

A 2/6 A 6/6 GNDRF


A
GNDRF F

The > mark found on some component parts indicates


the importance of the safety factor of the part.
Therefore, when replacing, be sure to use parts of
identical designation. A 1/6
AVIC-F90BT/XS/UC
5 6 7 8
123
F
E
B
A

D
C

124
A-a A-b
A : AVIC-F90BT/XS/UC
B : AVIC-F900BT/XS/UC
C : AVIC-F900BT/XS/AU

A-b 1/6
KB2

KBUP
A 1/6 AV UNIT(PS/IF SECTION)

NAVIC
NKBUP
A 6/6

1
1

4R7
1/4W

47K
R2912

R2911
D2911
KB1

RB060L-40
D2912

4R7
GNDD

1/4W
KS926S2

R2913
D2910
N1001