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Roadstar DVD-2028H

COMPACT
DVD/CD PLAYER
MODEL DVD-2028H PLAY BACK DIGITAL OUT DIGITAL VIDEO

OPEN/CLOSE

ON
OFF
STANDBY
DOLBY
D I G I T A L
INTRODUCTION

This service manual contains technical information which will allow service personnels to understand and service this
model.
Section 1 presents you with some general information of features and control, enabling you to become familiar with
each function.
Section 2 contributes to yours mechanical disassembly and replacement procedures, and electrical adjustment as well.
Section 3 contains block diagrams which offers you information for checking and understanding each circuit.

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SERVICE INFORMATION 2. REMOVAL (transistor, diode, etc...)
2.1 Grasp the chip part with tweezers and melt the
solder of one lead.
1-1. HOW TO CHECK THE CRACKED CHIP PART
1. Apply heat to the soldered portions of chip part
TWEEZERS
using a soldering iron for about 2-3 seconds.
2. If the chip part is faulty, it will be broken or cracked. CHIP PART

Caution: Do not leave soldering iron on the PCB too SOLDERING


long as damage may occur to the PCB or the IRON
chip parts.
FIG. G3
2.2 Lift the side of that lead upward.
SOLDERED PORTIONS

SOLDERING TWEEZERS
IRON
CHIP PART

CHIP PART
SOLDERING
IRON

FIG. G4
FIG. G1 Caution: Do not lift the chip part too high as damage
may occur to the PCB or the leads that are
Note: Regarding intermittent faults still soldered on the PCB.
The main causes of these faults are poor
soldering and cracked chip parts.
2.3 Simultaneously heat the solder of the two
remaining leads and lift part to remove.

1-2. HOW TO REPLACE THE CHIP PART


1. REMOVAL (RESISTOR, CAPACITOR, etc...)
1.1 Presolder the one side of soldering portion for chip
part and grasp the chip part by tweezers. SOLDERING
IRON CHIP PART
1.2 Melt the presoldered portion. And then remove the
chip part with a twisting motion while melting the
soldering portion of another side quickly.

FIG. G5
3. INSTALLATION
3.1 Presolder the one side of contact point on the
TWEEZERS circuit board.

CHIP PART

PRESOLDER

PRESOLDER
SOLDERING IRON

SOLDERING
FIG. G2 IRON

FIG. G6

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3.2 To install the chip part, hold in position using (WITH SOLDERING IRON)
tweezers, apply heat to the pre-soldered portions 1. Using solder braid remove the solder from all pins of
using a fine tip soldering iron. the Flat-IC.
3.3 Solder the other side of the chip part. When you use the solder flux which is applied to all
3.4 Check you soldering. pins of the Flat-IC, you can remove it easily.

DE-SOLDER
TWEEZERS BRAIDS

FLAT-IC
CHIP
PART

SOLDERING
IRON
SOLDER SOLDERING IRON

FIG. G10

2. Lift each lead of the Flat-IC upward one by one


FIG. G7
using a sharp pin or non solder wire (iron wire),
1-3.HOW TO REMOVE THE FLAT-IC while heating the pins using a fine tip soldering iron or
a hot air blower.
(WITH HOT-AIR FLAT-IC DESOLDERING MACHINE)

(FOR EXAMPLE)

SHARP PIN

SOLDERING IRON

FIG. G11
(WITH IRON WIRE)
FIG. G8 1. Affix the wire to workbench or solid mounting point as
shown in FIG G12.
1. Prepare the HOT-AIR FLAT-IC DESOLDERING
2. Pull up wire as the solder melts so as to lift the IC lead
MACHINE. And then apply hot air to FLAT-IC
from the PCB contact pad, while heating the pins using
about 5~8 seconds.
a fine tip soldering iron or hot air blower
2. Remove the FLAT-IC with tweezers while applying
the hot air.
Caution: Do not supply the hot air to the chip parts HOT AIR BLOWER
around the FLAT-IC for long time as damage
may occur to the chip parts around the FLAT-
IC.
IRON WIRE
C.B.A. HOT-AIR FLAT-IC
DESOLDERING
MACHINE
OR SOLDERING IRON

FIG. G12

Note: When using a soldering iron care must be taken to


FLAT-IC ensure that the Flat IC is not being held by glue
TWEEZERS
before it is the PCB may be damaged if force is
FIG. G9
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SECTION 1

1.1 Front View

1 2 12 3 5

OPEN/CLOSE

ON
OFF
STANDBY

PHONES

6 7 4 8 9 13 10 11

1 POWER button 6 HEADPHONE JACK (PHONES jack)


Press to switch on or off.
7 HEADPHONE LEVEL (PHONES LEVEL) control
2 STANDBY indicator 8
When the player is connected to the AC power supply, PLAY button
this indicator lights up in standby mode and goes out 9 STOP button
when the player is turned on. 10 PREVIOUS SKIP button
3 Remote control signal sensor NEXT SKIP button
4 Display window Disc tray
5 OPEN/CLOSE button PAUSE button

1.2 Rear View

S-Video output Scart video output AC Input

SCART OUTPUT

DIGITAL AUDIO OUT


5.1ch SURROUND 1 L L
AUDIO OUT
OPTICAL COAXIAL

2 R R
AUDIO OUT CENTER
S VIDEO OUT VIDEO OUT (FRONT) SURROUND SUBWOOFER

5.1ch audio output Digital Audio output

Composite video output

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1.3 Remote control unit

1 POWER button
2 EJECT button
3 SUBTITLE button
4 ZOOM button
5 Numeric buttons
6 PLAY button
7 SELECT button
15
POWER REPEAT
8 PAUSE/STEP button
1 A-B 1/ALL 16
9 RETURN button
EJECT DISPLAY FUNCTION
10 PBC ON/OFF button 2 17
11 TITLE button SUBTITLE AUDIO ANGLE
18

12 PREV SKIP button 3 ZOOM 19

13 NEXT SKIP button 4 20

14 SETUP button 1 2 3 4
5
15 A-B REPEAT button
5 6 7 8
16 1/ALL REPEAT button
9 0 +10 CLEAR 21
17 FUNCTION button
22
18 DISPLAY button STOP
PLAY
19 ANGLE button 23
6
20 AUDIO button
24
21 CLEAR button 7 SELECT

22 +10 button
8 25
23 STOP button
PAUSE/
STEP SLOW
24 JOYSTICK button
25 SLOW button 9
PBC RETURN F.BWD F.FWD

26 F.FWD SKIP button 10 26


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27 F.BWD SKIP button
28 MENU button TITLE MENU

29 SEARCH button 11 28
PREV NEXT PROGRAM SEARCH
30 PROGRAM button
12 29
13 30
SETUP
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SECTION 2

2.1 Disassembly method


The flow chart indicates the disassembly steps of the parts and circuit boards in order to find the necessary items for
servicing.

Top chassis

Front panel unit

Earphone PCBA &


Front panel PCBA

Main PCB A, Power supply unit,


AV PCB A DVD LOADER

2.2 Detail o to Disassemble Method


1. Removal of top chassis unit

Screws
Screws

Remove seven screws

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2. Removal of the front panel unit

Screws
Screws

Remove six screws

3. Removal of the front panel PCBA and earphone PCBA

Screws

Remove ten screws.

4. Removal of the Main PCBA, DVD ROM, Power supply and AV PCBA

Screws
Screws

Remove twelve screws


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2.5 Electrical Adjustment Procedures II

General Problems

1. Check voltage supplies: +5V, +12V, -12V and -26V

+12V
+5V

-12V
-26V

*** +12/-12V is for audio supply..


*** +5V is system voltage. 5v
*** -26V is for VFD display

2. check , 12.5MHz oscillator's output. (ref, point R45)

12 MHz MHz

3. Check CPU (ZR36705) reset IC's output. (ref. Point R55)

3.3V

This signal is used to reset the MCU.

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Audio Problems

1. Check pin14, 16, 15 (BCLK, LRCIN, DIN) of U9 (WM8720) .These pins provide audio DAC

3.3v 3.3v

BCLK Is 2.1168M for VCD CD DA LRCIN Is 44.1K for VCD CD DA


2.304M for DVD 48K for DVD

3.3v

DIN
Note: The DIN pin's waveform is irregular since the input digital audio data is always changing.

2. Check U9 audio DAC's pin 12, 9 (V outL, V outR), the analogue audio signal should be observerd.

1V

ANALOGUE AUDIO

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Video Problems

1. check U7 MPEG decoder's pin95, 93 for /HSYNC, /VSYNC signals. These two pins output horizontal and vertical
synchronous clock.

2. Check R93 for composite video output, if MPEG decoder is working correctly, analogue video signal can be
observed.

1V

/HSYNC

1V

/VSYNC

1V

COMPOSITE VIDEO

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3.1 Block diagram of DVD player

VIDEO AUDIO

POWER SUPPLY AV OUTPUT BOARD

ATAPI BUS

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DVD LOADER DVD MPEG MODULE

EARPHONE BOARD FRONT PANEL

NOTE: subject to change without notice.


3.2 System Block Diagram 18

STEREO AUDIO OUTPUT DIGITAL AUDIO

DVD LOADER
SONY AUDIO DAC
KHM-234AAA Wm8720

I2S SPDIF

FLASH VIDEO OUTPUT


MEMORY ATAPI INTERFACE COMPOSITE
MT1366+MT1388
1M BIT UP ADDR S-VIDEO
& DATA BUS MPEG DECODER Y-U-V / RGB
ZORAN VADDIS IV
ZR36731

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SIGNALS
DRAM CONTROL
DECODER ADDR & DATA BUS

256X16
4M BIT

EDO RAM
1MX16 SDRAM
FLASH MEMORY

NOTE: subject to change without notice.