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MDS-JE470

SERVICE MANUAL US Model


Canadian Model
AEP Model
Ver 1.0 2001. 05 UK Model
E Model
Australian Model

US and foreign patents licensed form Dolby Laboratories Model Name Using Similar Mechanism MDS-S50
Licensing Corporation.
MD Mechanism Type MDM-7A
Optical Pick-up Type KMS-260B/260E

SPECIFICATIONS

System MiniDisc digital audio I nputs


system ANALOG IN Jack type: phono
Disc MiniDisc Impedance: 47 kilohms
Laser Semiconductor laser Rated input: 500 mVrms
( λ =780 nm) Emission Minimum input:
duration: continuous 125 mVrms
Laser output MAX 44.6 µW1) DIGITAL OPTICAL IN Connector type: square
1) This output is the value measured at a distance of optical
200 mm from the objective lens surface on the Impedance: 660 nm
Optical Pick-up Block with 7 mm aperture. (optical wave length)
Laser diode Material: GaAlAs Outputs
Revolutions (CLV) 400 rpm to 900 rpm
Error correction ACIRC (Advanced Cross ANALOG OUT Jack type: phono
Interleave Reed Solomon Rated output: 2 Vrms (at
Code) 50 kilohms)
Sampling frequency 44.1 kHz Load impedance: over
Coding ATRAC (Adaptive 10 kilohms
TRansform Acoustic
Coding)/ATRAC 3 — Continued on next page —
Modulation system EFM (Eight-to-Fourteen
Modulation)
Number of channels 2 stereo channels
Frequency response 5 to 20,000 Hz ±0.3 dB
Signal-to-noise ratio Over 96 dB
during play
Wow and flutter Below measurable limit

MINIDISC DECK
9-873-891-11 Sony Corporation
2001E0200-1 Home Audio Company
© 2001.5 Shinagawa Tec Service Manual Production Group
MDS-JE470

General
Supplied accessories
Power requirements
U.S.A. and Canadian models: Audio connecting cords (2)
120 V AC, 60Hz Optical cable (1)
European model: 230 V AC, 50/60Hz Remote commander (remote) (1)
Australian model: 240 V AC, 50/60Hz R6 (size-AA) batteries (2)
Hong Kong model: 220 – 240 V AC, 50/60Hz
Other models: 110 – 120/220 – 240 V US and foreign patents licensed from Dolby
AC, 50/60Hz Laboratories.
Adjustable with voltage Design and specifications are subject to change
selector without notice.
Power consumption 14 W (0.5 W in standby
mode)
Dimensions (approx.) 430 X 95 X285 mm
(w/h/d) incl. projecting
parts and controls
Mass (approx.) 3.0 kg

SELF-DIAGNOSIS FUNCTION
The self-diagnosis function consists of error codes for customers which are displayed automatically when errors occur, and error codes which
show the error history in the test mode during servicing. For details on how to view error codes for the customer, refer to the following box
in the instruction manual. For details on how to check error codes during servicing, refer to the following “Procedure for using the Self-
Diagnosis Function (Error History Display Mode)”.

Three- or five-
Self-diagnosis function digit code/ Cause/Remedy
Message
The deck’s self-diagnosis function automatically checks The deck could not read the TOC on the
the condition of the MD deck when an error occurs, then MD properly.
issues a three- or five-digit code and an error message on C14/Toc Error , Insert another disc.
the display. If the code and message alternate, find them in , If possible, erase all the tracks on the
MD .
the following table and perform the indicated
countermeasure. Should the problem persist, consult your The sound source is a copy of
commercially available music software, or
nearest Sony dealer.
you tried to record a CD-R (Recordable
Three- or five- C41/Cannot Copy CD).
digit code/ Cause/Remedy , The Serial Copy Management System
Message prevents making a digital copy.
The inserted MD is record-protected. You cannot record a CD-R.
C11/Protected , Take out the MD and close the record- The sporadic appearance of this message
protect slot. is caused by the digital signal being
You tried to record a CD with a format recorded. This will not affect the
that the external device connected to the recording.
deck does not support, such as CD-ROM While recording from a digital component
C12/Cannot Copy
or video CD. C71/Din Unlock connected through the DIGITAL IN
, Remove the disc and insert a music connector, the digital connecting cable
CD. was unplugged or the digital component
The recording was not made properly. turned off.
, Set the deck in a stable surface, and , Connect the cable or turn the digital
repeat the recording procedure. component back on.
C13/REC Error The inserted MD is dirty (with smudges, There is an error in the internal data that
E0001/
fingerprints, etc.), scratched, or the deck needs in order to operate.
MEMORY NG
substandard in quality. , Consult your nearest Sony dealer.
, Replace the disc and repeat the There is a problem with the optical
recording procedure. E0101/ pickup.
The deck could not read the TOC on the LASER NG , The optical pick-up may have failed.
C13/Read Error MD properly. Consult your nearest Sony dealer.
, Take out the MD and insert it again.

Procedure for using the Self-Diagnosis Function (Error History Display Mode).
Note: Perform the self-diagnosis function in the “error history display mode” in the test mode. The following describes the least required
procedure. Be careful not to enter other modes by mistake. If you set other modes accidentally, press the MENU/NO button to exit
the mode.
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1. While pressing the lAMSL knob and x button, connect the power plug to the outlet, and release the lAMSL knob and
x button.
When the test mode is set, “[Check]” will be displayed.
2. Rotate the lAMSL knob and when “[Service]” is displayed, press the YES button.
3. Rotate the lAMSL knob and display “Err Display”.
4. Pressing the YES button sets the error history mode and displays “op rec tm”.
5. Select the contents to be displayed or executed using the lAMSL knob.
6. Pressing the lAMSL knob will display or execute the contents selected.
7. Pressing the lAMSL knob another time returns to step 4.
8. Pressing the MENU/NO button displays “Err Display” and exits the error history mode.
9. To exit the test mode, press the REPEAT button. The unit sets into the STANDBY state, the disc is ejected, and the test mode ends.
ITEMS OF ERROR HISTORY MODE ITEMS AND CONTENTS
Selecting the Test Mode
Display History
op rec tm Displays the total recording time.
When the total recording time is more than 1 minute, displays the hour and minute
When less than 1 minute, displays “Under 1 min”
The display time is the time the laser is set to high power, which is about 1/4 of the actual recording time.

op play tm Displays the total playback time.


When the total playback time is more than 1 minute, displays the hour and minute
When less than 1 minute, displays “Under 1 min”

spdl rp tm Displays the total rotating time of the spindle motor.


When the total rotating time is more than 1 minute, displays the hour and minute
When less than 1 minute, displays “Under 1 min”

retry err Displays the total number of retry errors during recording and playback
Displays “r xx p yy”. xx is the number of errors during recording. yy is the number of errors during playback.
This is displayed in hexadecimal from 00 to FF.

total err Displays the total number of errors


Displays “total xx”. This is displayed in hexadecimal from 00 to FF.

err history Displays the past ten errors.


Displays “0x ErrCd@@”.
X is the history number. The younger the number, the more recent is the history (00 is the latest). @@ is the error
code.
Select the error history number using the lAMSL knob.

retry adrs Displays the past five retry addresses.


Displays “xx ADRS yyyy”, xx is the history number, yyyy is the cluster with the retry error.
Select the error history number using the lAMSL knob.

er refresh Mode for erasing the error and retry address histories
Procedure
1. Press the lAMSL knob when displayed as “er refresh”.
2. Press the YES button when the display changes to “er refresh?”.
When “complete!” is displayed, it means erasure has completed.
Be sure to check the following after executing this mode.
*Data has been erased.
*Perform recording and playback, and check that the mechanism is normal.

tm change Mode for erasing the total time of recording and playback
Procedure
1. Press the lAMSL knob when displayed as “tm refresh”.
2. Press the YES button when the display changes to “tm refresh?”.
When “complete!” is displayed, it means erasure has completed.

op change Mode for erasing the total time of op rec tm, op play tm.
These histories are based on the time of replacement of the optical pickup. If the optical pick-up has been replaced,
perform this procedure and erase the history.
Procedure
1. Press the lAMSL knob when displayed as “op change”.
2. Press the YES button when the display changes to “op change?”.
When “Complete!” is displayed, it means erasure has completed.

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Display History
spdl change Mode for erasing the total spdl rp tm time
These histories are based on the time of replacement of the spindle motor. If the spindle motor has been replaced,
perform this procedure and erase the history.
Procedure
1. Press the lAMSL knob when displayed as “spdl change”
2. Press the YES button when the display changes to “spdl change?”
When “Complete!” is displayed, it means erasure has completed.

Table of Error Codes


TABLE OF CONTENTS
Error Code Description
10 Could not load
1. SERVICING NOTES ........................................................ 5
12 Loading switches combined incorrectly
2. GENERAL ........................................................................ 12
20 Timed out without reading the top of PTOC
21 Could read top of PTOC, but detected error 3. DISASSEMBLY
22 Timed out without accessing UTOC 3-1. Disassembly flow .............................................................. 13
3-2. Upper Case (408226) ........................................................ 14
23 Timed out without reading UTOC
3-3. Front Panel Section ........................................................... 14
24 Error in UTOC 3-4. Main Board ....................................................................... 15
30 Could not start playback 3-5. PT Board, VOL-SEL Board (SP model) ........................... 15
3-6. Mechanism Deck Section ( MDM-7A) ............................. 16
31 Error in sector 3-7. Over Light Head (HR901), BD Board .............................. 16
40 Retry cause generated during normal recording 3-8. Holder Assy ....................................................................... 17
41 Retried in DRAM overflow 3-9. Loading Motor Assy (M103) ............................................ 17
3-10. Sled Motor Assy (M102), Slider ....................................... 18
42 Retry occurred during TOC writing 3-11. Optical Pick-up .................................................................. 18
43 Retry aborted during S.F editing 3-12. Spindle Moter Assy (M101) .............................................. 19
50 Other than access processing, and could not read address.
4. TEST MODE ......................................................................20
51 Focus NG occurred and overran.

5. ELECTRICAL ADJUSTMENTS ............................... 25


MODEL IDENTIFICATION
— BACK PANEL —
6. DIAGRAMS
Part No. 6-1. Circuit Boards Location ...................................................... 36
6-2. Block Diagrams
• BD Section ....................................................................... 38
• Main Section .................................................................... 39
6-3. Printed Wiring Board – BD Board – ................................... 40
6-4. Schematic Diagram – BD Section (1/2) – ........................... 41
6-5. Schematic Diagram – BD Section (2/2) – ........................... 42
6-6. Schematic Diagram – Main Section (1/2) – ........................ 43
6-7. Schematic Diagram – Main Section (2/2) – ........................ 44
MODEL PARTS No. 6-8. Printed Wiring Board – Main Section – ............................. 45
AEP, UK models 4-233-025-0s 6-9. Printed Wiring Board – Display Section – .......................... 46
US model 4-233-025-1s 6-10. Schematic Diagram – Display Section – .......................... 47
CND model 4-233-025-2s 6-11. Printed Wiring Board – Power Section – ......................... 48
6-12. Schematic Diagram – Power Section – ............................ 49
SP models 4-233-025-3s
6-13. IC Block Diagrams ........................................................... 50
HK model 4-233-025-4s 6-14. IC Pin Functions ............................................................... 52
AUS model 4-233-025-5s
7. EXPLODED VIEWS
• Abbreviation
CND : Canadian model 7-1. Chassis Section ................................................................... 59
SP : Singapore model 7-2. Front Panel Section ............................................................. 60
HK : Hong Kong model 7-3. Mechanism Section-1 (MDM-7A) ...................................... 61
AUS : Australian model
7-4. Mechanism Section-2 (MDM-7A) ...................................... 62

8. ELECTRICAL PARTS LIST ........................................ 63

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SECTION 1
SERVICE NOTES
SAFETY CHECK-OUT NOTES ON HANDLING THE OPTICAL PICK-UP
(US model only) BLOCK OR BASE UNIT

After correcting the original service problem, perform the fol- The laser diode in the optical pick-up block may suffer electrostatic
lowing safety checks before releasing the set to the customer: break-down because of the potential difference generated by the
Check the antenna terminals, metal trim, “metallized” knobs, screws, charged electrostatic load, etc. on clothing and the human body.
and all other exposed metal parts for AC leakage. Check leakage as During repair, pay attention to electrostatic break-down and also
described below. use the procedure in the printed matter which is included in the
repair parts.
LEAKAGE The flexible board is easily damaged and should be handled with
care.
The AC leakage from any exposed metal part to earth ground and
from all exposed metal parts to any exposed metal part having a NOTES ON LASER DIODE EMISSION CHECK
return to chassis, must not exceed 0.5 mA (500 microampers). Leak-
age current can be measured by any one of three methods. Never look into the laser diode emission from right above when
checking it for adjustment. It is feared that you will lose your sight.
1. A commercial leakage tester, such as the Simpson 229 or RCA
WT-540A. Follow the manufacturers’ instructions to use these Laser component in this product is capable
instruments. of emitting radiation exceeding the limit for
Class 1.
2. A battery-operated AC milliammeter. The Data Precision 245
digital multimeter is suitable for this job.
This appliance is classified as a
CLASS 1 LASER product. The
3. Measuring the voltage drop across a resistor by means of a VOM
CLASS 1 LASER PRODUCT
or battery-operated AC voltmeter. The “limit” indication is 0.75
MARKING is located on the
V, so analog meters must have an accurate low-voltage scale.
rear exterior.
The Simpson 250 and Sanwa SH-63Trd are examples of a pas-
sive VOM that is suitable. Nearly all battery operated digital
multimeters that have a 2V AC range are suitable. (See Fig. A) This caution
label is located
inside the unit.
To Exposed Metal
Parts on Set

AC
0.15µF voltmeter
1.5kΩ
(0.75V)

CAUTION
Use of controls or adjustments or performance of procedures
Earth Ground other than those specified herein may result in hazardous radia-
tion exposure.
Fig. A. Using an AC voltmeter to check AC leakage.
Notes on chip component replacement
• Never reuse a disconnected chip component.
• Notice that the minus side of a tantalum capacitor may be
damaged by heat.

Flexible Circuit Board Repairing


• Keep the temperature of soldering iron around 270˚C
during repairing.
• Do not touch the soldering iron on the same conductor of the
circuit board (within 3 times).
• Be careful not to apply force on the conductor when soldering
or unsoldering.

SAFETY-RELATED COMPONENT WARNING!! ATTENTION AU COMPOSANT AYANT RAPPORT


À LA SÉCURITÉ!
COMPONENTS IDENTIFIED BY MARK 0 OR DOTTED LINE WITH LES COMPOSANTS IDENTIFÉS PAR UNE MARQUE 0 SUR LES
MARK 0 ON THE SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS AND IN THE PARTS DIAGRAMMES SCHÉMATIQUES ET LA LISTE DES PIÈCES SONT
LIST ARE CRITICAL TO SAFE OPERATION. REPLACE THESE CRITIQUES POUR LA SÉCURITÉ DE FONCTIONNEMENT. NE
COMPONENTS WITH SONY PARTS WHOSE PART NUMBERS REMPLACER CES COMPOSANTS QUE PAR DES PIÈSES SONY
APPEAR AS SHOWN IN THIS MANUAL OR IN SUPPLEMENTS DONT LES NUMÉROS SONT DONNÉS DANS CE MANUEL OU
PUBLISHED BY SONY. DANS LES SUPPÉMENTS PUBLIÉS PAR SONY.

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JIG FOR CHECKING BD BOARD WAVEFORM

The special jig (J-2501-196-A) is useful for checking the waveform of the BD board. The names of terminals and the checking items to be
performed are shown as follows.

GND : Ground
I+3V : For measuring IOP (Check the deterioration of the optical pick-up laser)
IOP : For measuring IOP (Check the deterioration of the optical pick-up laser)
TE : TRK error signal (Traverse adjustment)
VC : Reference level for checking the signal
RF : RF signal (Check jitter)
FE : Focus error signal

CN105

IOP
TE
VC
I+3V
GND
FE
RF

1
I+3V I+3V
IOP Iop
GND GND for
TE TE MDM-7A
FE FE
VC VC
RF RF
7

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Iop DATA RECORDING AND DISPLAY WHEN OPTICAL PICK-UP AND NON-VOLATILE MEMORY (IC195 OF
BD BOARD) ARE REPLACED

The Iop value labeled on the optical pick-up can be recorded in the non-volatile memory. By recording the value, it will eliminate the need to
look at the value on the label of the optical pick-up. When replacing the optical pick-up or non-volatile memory (IC195 of BD board), record
the Iop value on the optical pick-up according to the following procedure.

Record Precedure:
1. While pressing the l AMS L knob and x button, connect the power plug to the outlet, and release the l AMS L knob and
x button.
2. Rotate the l AMS L knob to display “[Service]”, and press the YES button.
3. Rotate the l AMS L knob to display “Iop Write” (C05), and press the YES button.
4. The display becomes “Ref=@@@.@” (@ is an arbitrary number) and the numbers which can be changed will blink.
5. Input the Iop value written on the optical pick-up.
To select the number : Rotate the l AMS L knob.
To select the digit : Press the l AMS L knob.
6. When the YES button is pressed, the display becomes “Measu=@@@.@” (@ is an arbitrary number).
7. As the adjustment results are recorded for the 6 value. Leave it as it is and press the YES button.
8. “Complete!” will be displayed momentarily. The value will be recorded in the non-volatile memory and the display will become “Iop
Write”.
9. Press the REPEAT button to complete.

Display Precedure:
1. While pressing the l AMS L knob and x button, connect the power plug to the outlet, and release the l AMS L knob and
x button.
2. Rotate the l AMS L knob to display “[Service]”, and press the YES button.
3. Rotate the l AMS L knob to display “Iop Read” (C26).
4. “@@.@/##.#” is displayed and the recorded contents are displayed.
@@.@ : indicates the Iop value labeled on the optical pick-up.
##.# : indicates the Iop value after adjustment
5. To end, press the l AMS L button or MENU/NO button to display “Iop Read”. Then press the REPEAT button.

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OPTICAL PICK-UP BLOCK TYPE DISCRIMINATION

There are two types of the optical pick-up block in this model.
These are compatible except for the laser power.
Check the type of the optical pick-up block before replacement.
Ajdust following items after replacing the optical pick-up block.
• 5-6-2. Laser Power Check (See page 28)
• 5-10. LASER POWER ADJUSTMENT (See page 31)

Differences
KMS-260B KMS-260E
Color of the adhesive agent at PDIC portion Pink White
Form of FPC retainer plate Close the hole on SL base Not close the hole on SL base
Big variable resistor (3 type) and chip resistor (Fig. A)
APC variable resistor Small volume (2 type)
Small variable resistor (2 type) and chip resistor (Fig. B)

Fig. B type is for repair.


• Abbreviation
260B: KMS-260B model
260E: KMS-260E model

KSN-260B KSN-260E (Fig A)


CHIP
Hold on SL base
3 type variable
resistor
(Fig B)
CHIP
Hold on SL base 2 type variable
FPC retainer plate
APC variable Adhesive agent at resistor
resistor PDIC portion

Adhesive agent at FPC retainer plate


PDIC portion

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CHECKS PRIOR TO PARTS REPLACEMENT AND ADJUSTMENTS

Before performing repairs, perform the following checks to determine the faulty locations up to a certain extent.
Details of the procedures are described in “5 Electrical Adjustments”.

• 5-6-2. Laser power check (see page 28)


• 5-6-3. Iop Compare (see page 28)
• 5-6-4. Auto Check (see page 29)

Note:
The criteria for determination above is intended merely to determine if satisfactory or not, and does not serve as the specified value for
adjustments.
When performing adjustments, use the specified values for adjustments.

FORCED RESET

The system microprocessor can be reset in the following procedure.


Use these procedure when the unit cannot be operated normally due to the overrunning of the microprocessor, etc.
Procedure :
Remove the short-pin attached to CN406, and then attach it again.

[MAIN BOARD] (Component Side)

@CN406

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RETRY CAUSE DISPLAY MODE

• In this test mode, the causes for retry of the unit during recording can be displayed on the fluorescent indicator tube. During playback, the
“track mode” for obtaining track information will be set.
This is useful for locating the faulty part of the unit.
• The following will be displayed :
During recording and stop : Retry cause, number of retries, and number of retry errors.
During playback : Information such as type of disc played, part played, copyright.
These are displayed in hexadecimal.

Procedure:
1. Insert the recordable disc.
2. Press MENU/NO button to display “Edit Menu” on the fluorescent display.
3. Turn l AMS L button to display “All Erase?” on the fluorescent display.
4. Press YES button to display “All Erase??” on the fluorescent display.
5. Press YES button, “Complete!” is displayed on the fluorescent display and it turns off immediately.
6. Procedure 1: Press the x button continuously for about 10 seconds.
Procedure 2: Press the LEVEL/DISPLAY/CHAR button while pressing the x button and MENU/NO button.
7. When the mode is set, “RTs 00c 00e 000” is displayed.
8. Press the z REC button to start recording. Then press the X button and start recording.
9. To check the “track mode”, press the H button to start play.
10.To exit the test mode, press the @/1 button, and turn OFF the power. When “TOC” disappears, disconnect the power plug from the outlet.
If the test mode cannot be exited, refer to “Forced Reset” on page 9.

Fig. 1 Reading the Test Mode Display Fig. 2 Reading the Test Mode Display
(During recording and stop) (During playback)

RTs@@c##c*** @@###**$$
Fluorescent display tube display Fluorescent display tube display

@@ : Cause of retry @@ : Parts No. (name of area named on TOC)


## : Number of retries ### : Cluster } Address (Physical address on disc)
*** : Number of retry errors ** : Sector
$$ : Track mode (Track information such as copyright infor-
mation of each part)

Reading the Retry Cause Display

Higher Bits Lower Bits


Hexa-
Hexadecimal 8 4 2 1 8 4 2 1 Cause of Retry Occurring conditions
decimal
Bit b7 b6 b5 b4 b3 b2 b1 b0
Binary 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 01 shock When track jump (shock) is detected
When ADER was counted more than five times continu-
0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 02 ader5
ously
0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 04 Discontinuous address When ADIP address is not continuous
0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 08 DIN unlock When DIN unlock is detected
0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 10 FCS incorrect When not in focus
0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 20 IVR rec error When ABCD signal level exceeds the specified range
0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 40 CLV unlock When CLV is unlocked
1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 80 Access fault When access operation is not performed normally

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Reading the Display:


Convert the hexadecimal display into binary display. If more than two causes, they will be added.

Example
When 42 is displayed:
Higher bit : 4 = 0100 t b6
Lower bit : 2 = 0010 t b1
In this case, the retry cause is combined of “CLV unlock” and “ader5”.

When A2 is displayed:
Higher bit : A = 1010 t b7+b5
Lower bit : 2 = 0010 t b2
The retry cause in this case is combined of “access fault”, “IVR rec error”, and “ader5”.

Reading the Track Mode Display


Higher Bits Lower Bits
Hexa- Details
Hexadecimal 8 4 2 1 8 4 2 1
decimal
Bit b7 b6 b5 b4 b3 b2 b1 b0 When 0 When 1
Binary 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 01 Emphasis OFF Emphasis ON
0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 02 Monaural Stereo
0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 04 This is 2-bit display. Normally 01.
0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 08 01:Normal audio. Others:Invalid
0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 10 Audio (Normal) Invalid
0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 20 Original Digital copy
0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 40 Copyright No copyright
1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 80 Write prohibited Write allowed

Reading the Display:


Convert the hexadecimal display into binary display. If more than two causes, they will be added.

Example When 84 is displayed:


Higher bit : 8 = 1000 t b7
Lower bit : 4 = 0100 t b2
In this case, as b2 and b7 are 1 and others are 0, it can be determined that the retry cause is combined of “emphasis OFF”, “monaural”,
“original”, “copyright exists”, and “write allowed”.

Example When 07 is displayed:


Higher bit : 0 = 1000 t All 0
Lower bit : 7 = 0111 t b0+b1+b2
In this case, as b0, b1, and b2 are 1 and others are 0, it can be determined that the retry cause is combined of “emphasis ON”, “stereo”,
“original”, “copyright exists”, and “write prohibited”.

Hexadecimal t Binary Conversion Table


Hexadecimal Binary Hexadecimal Binary
0 0000 8 1000
1 0001 9 1001
2 0010 A 1010
3 0011 B 1011
4 0100 C 1100
5 0101 D 1101
6 0110 E 1110
7 0111 F 1111

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SECTION 2
GENERAL
This section is extracted from
instruction manual.

Parts Identification

The items are arranged in alphabetical order.


Refer to the pages indicated in parentheses ( ) for details.

Main unit
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 0 qa qs qd

STANDBY
EJECT
MENU/
MDLP NO YES
AMS

TIMER

GROUP REC
REC OFF PLAY ON/OFF SKIP TIME INPUT REC MODE CLEAR
PHONES PHONE LEVEL PC LINK
PUSH ENTER
LEVEL/
PLAY MODE REPEAT DISPLAY/CHAR

MIN MAX (KEYBOARD)

qf qg qh qj qk ql w; wa ws wd wf wg wh

AMS wh (15) (20) (25) (35) (39) PC LINK (KEYBOARD)1) qj BUTTON DESCRIPTIONS
CLEAR wg (23) (30) (40) (39)
Display window wa PHONE LEVEL1) qh (21) `/1 1 (11) (20) (25)
EJECT A 8 (11) (20) (25) PHONES jack1) qg (17) (21) (36)
H 9 (11) (20) (37) (40)
GROUP ON/OFF1) 3 (13) (22) PLAY MODE qk (20) (37)
X 0 (11) (20) (39) (40)
(31) REC MODE ws (14) (22)
x qa (11) (20) (25) (37) (40)
GROUP SKIP1) 4 (13) (22) (31) REC z wf (11)
INPUT ws (11) Remote sensor2) 2 m/M wd (20) (26) (40)
LEVEL/DISPLAY/CHAR w; REPEAT ql (20)
1) MDS-JE770 only.
(11) (21) (29) STANDBY indicator 1 (11) (20)
2) MDS-JE770 only. For MDS-
MD insertion slot 6 TIME1) 5 (17) (21)
JE470, the remote sensor is
MDLP indicator 7 (14) (21) TIMER1) qf (37)
located on the display
MENU/NO qs (15) (22) (25) (35) YES qd (15) (23) (25) (35) (39)
window.
(39)

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SECTION 3
DISASSEMBLY
• This set can be disassembled in the order shown below.

3-1. DISASSEMBLY FLOW • Abbreviation


SP : Singapore

SET

3-2 UPPER CASE (408226)

3-3 FRONT PANEL 3-5 PT BOARD 3-6 MECHANISM DECK


3-4 MAIN BOARD VOL-SEL BOARD (SP model) SECTION (MDM-7A)
SECTION

3-7 OVER LIGHT HEAD


3-7 BD BOARD
(HR901)

3-8 HOLDER ASSY 3-7 BD BOARD

3-8 HOLDER ASSY

3-10 SLED MOTOR 3-9 LOADING MOTOR


ASSY (M102) ASSY (M103) 3-11 OPTICAL PICK-UP
(KMS-260B/260E)

3-12 SPINDLE MOTOR


ASSY (M101)

Note 1: The processes enclosed with , remove in the any order.


Note 2: You cannot go to the next process until every process enclosed with has done.

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3-2. UPPER CASE (408226)

2 Case (408226)

1 Two screws
(CASE 3TP2)
1 Screw
(CASE 3TP2)

1 Two screws
(CASE 3TP2)

3-3. FRONT PANEL SECTION

3 Connector (CN830)

5 Claw

2 Connector (CN390)

1 Wire (flat type) (17core) (CN3)

4 Two screws
(+BVTP3x8) 5 Claw

6 Front panel

4 Two screws
(+BVTP3x8)

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3-4. MAIN BOARD 6 Two screws


(+BVTP3x8)

3 Connector (CN400)

2 Wire (flat type) (23core) (CN1)

1 Wire (flat type) (27core) (CN2)

7 MAIN board

4 Two screws
(+BVTP3x8)

5 screw (+BVTP3x8)

3-5. PT BOARD, VOL-SEL BOARD (SP model)

3 Three screws
(+PTTWH M3)
5 PT board

1 Connector (CN900)
6 Two screws
(+BVTP3x8) (SP model)
2 Connector (CN990) (SP model)

7 VOL-SEL board (SP model)


4 Nylom rivet (dia 3)

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3-6. MECHANISM DECK SECTION (MDM-7A)

3 Mechanism deck
2 Two step screws
(+BVTTWH M3)

2 Two step screws


(+BVTTWH M3)

1 Harness

3-7. OVER LIGHT HEAD (HR901), BD BOARD

Note 1: If you disconnect the connector (CN104), you can remove the
BD board without removing the over write head (HR901).
2 Screw (P1.7X6)
Note 2: Be careful to handle the over write head (HR901) because it is
easy to be damaged.

3 Head, over light (HP901)

4 Remove the solder (four portion)

8 BD board

6 1 Connector (CN104)

4 Remove the solder (five portion) 7 FLEXIBLE board (CN101)


5 Two screws (BTP2X6)

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3-8. HOLDER ASSY


2 Claw
3
6 Holder ASSY

4 Boss

4 Boss
1 Spring (holder), tension

3-9. LOADING MOTOR ASSY (M103)

1 Belt (loading)

2 Two screws (PWH1.7x2.5)

3 Motor ASSY, loading (M103)

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3-10. SLED MOTOR ASSY (M102), SLIDER

5 Remove the claw.


Shift the slider in the arrow
A direction.
3
4 Slider (EJ)

A 8 Lever (head)
6 Slider

1 Two screws (BTP2X6)

2 Guide (L)

9 Two screws
(PWH1.7X2.5)
7 Lever (CHG)

0 Motor ASSY, sled


(M102)

3-11. OPTICAL PICK-UP

qa Optical pick-up
(KMS-260B/260E)

1 FLEXIBLE board 7 Main shaft

0 SL base

9 Screw (P1.7X6)
8 6 Two screws (K2X6)

4 Screw (BTP2X6)

5 Base (BU-A)

3 Gear (SD)
2 Screw (M1.7), tapping

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3-12. SPINDLE MOTER ASSY (M101)

2 Spindle motor ASSY (M101)

1 Three screws (M1.7), tapping

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SECTION 4
TEST MODE
4-1. PRECAUTIONS FOR USE OF TEST MODE
• As loading related operations will be performed regardless of the test mode operations being performed, be sure to check that the disc
is stopped before setting and removing it.
Even if the A EJECT button is pressed while the disc is rotating during continuous playback, continuous recording, etc., the disc will
not stop rotating.
Therefore, it will be ejected while rotating.
Be sure to press the A EJECT button after pressing the MENU/NO button and the rotation of disc is stopped.

4-1-1. Recording laser emission mode and operating buttons

• Continuous recording mode (CREC 1MODE) (C35)


• Laser power check mode (LDPWR CHECK) (C13)
• Laser power adjustment mode (LDPWR ADJUS) (C04)
• Iop check (Iop Compare) (C27)
• Iop value nonvolatile writing (Iop NV Save) (C06)
• Traverse (MO) check (EF MO CHECK) (C14)
• Traverse (MO) adjustment (EF MO ADJUS) (C07)
• When pressing the z REC button.

4-2. SETTING THE TEST MODE


The following are two methods of entering the test mode.
Procedure 1: While pressing the l AMS L knob and x button, connect the power plug to an outlet, and release the l AMS L
knob and x button.
When the test mode is set, “[Check]” will be displayed. Rotating the l AMS L knob switches between the following
three groups; ··· y Check y Service y Develop y ···.
Procedure 2: While pressing the l AMS L knob, connect the power plug to the outlet and release the l AMS L knob.
When the test mode is set, “TEMP CHECK” will be displayed. By setting the test mode using this method, only the “Check”
group of method 1 can be executed.

NOTE: Do not use the test mode in the [Develop] group.


If used, the unit may not operate normally.
If the [Develop] group is set accidentally, press the MENU/NO button immediately to exit the [Develop] group.

4-3. EXITING THE TEST MODE


Press the REPEAT button. The disc is ejected when loaded, and “Standby” display blinks, and the STANDBY state is set.

4-4. BASIC OPERATIONS OF THE TEST MODE


All operations are performed using the l AMS L knob, YES button, and MENU/NO button.
The functions of these buttons are as follows.
Function name Function
MENU/NO button Cancel or move to top hierarchy
YES button Set

AMS Left or Right Select


knob Push Set submenu

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4-5. SELECTING THE TEST MODE


There are 26 types of test modes as shown below. The groups can be switched by rotating the l AMS L knob. After selecting the
group to be used, press the YES button. After setting a certain group, rotating the l AMS L knob switches between these modes.
Refer to “Group” in the table for details selected.
All adjustments and checks during servicing can be performed in the test mode in the Service group.
NOTE: Do not use the test mode in the [Develop] group.
If used, the unit may not operate normally.
If the [Develop] group is set accidentally, press the MENU/NO button immediately to exit the [Develop] group.

Group
Display No. Details Mark
Check Service
AUTO CHECK C01 Automatic self-diagnosis
Err Display C02 Error history display, clear
TEMP ADJUS C03 Temperature compensation offset adjustment
LDPWR ADJUS C04 Laser power adjustment
Iop Write C05 Iop data writing
Iop NV Save C06 Writes current Iop value in read nonvolatile memory using microprocessor
EF MO ADJUS C07 Traverse (MO) adjustment
EF CD ADJUS C08 Traverse (CD) adjustment
FBIAS ADJUS C09 Focus bias adjustment
AG Set (MO) C10 Focus, tracking gain adjustment (MO)
AG Set (CD) C11 Focus, tracking gain adjustment (CD)
TEMP CHECK C12 Temperature compensation offset check
LDPWR CHECK C13 Laser power check
EF MO CHECK C14 Traverse (MO) check
EF CD CHECK C15 Traverse (CD) check
FBIAS CHECK C16 Focus bias check
ScurveCHECK C17 S-curve check
VERIFYMODE C18 Nonvolatile memory check
DETRK CHECK C19 Detrack check
0920 CHECK C25 Most circumference check
Iop Read C26 Iop data display
Iop Compare C27 Comparison with initial Iop value written in nonvolatile memory
ADJ CLEAR C28 Initialization of nonvolatile memory for adjustment values
INFORMATION C31 Display of microprocessor version, etc.
CPLAY1MODE C34 Continuous playback mode
CREC 1MODE C35 Continuous recording mode

• For details of each adjustment mode, refer to “5. Electrical Adjustments”.


For details of “Err Display”, refer to “Self-Diagnosis Function” on page 2.
• If a different mode has been selected by mistake, press the MENU/NO button to exit that mode.
• Modes with (X) in the Mark column are not used for servicing and therefore are not described in detail. If these modes are set acciden-
tally, press the MENU/NO button to exit the mode immediately.

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4-5-1. Operating the Continuous Playback Mode

1. Entering the continuous playback mode


1 Set the disc in the unit. (Whichever recordable discs or discs for playback only are available.)
2 Rotate the l AMS L knob and display “CPLAY1 MODE”(C34).
3 Press the YES button to change the display to “CPLAY1 MID”.
4 When access completes, the display changes to “C = AD = ”.
Note : The numbers “ ” displayed show you error rates and ADER.
2. Changing the parts to be played back
1 Press the YES button during continuous playback to change the display as below.
“CPLAY1 MID” t “CPLAY1 OUT” t “CPLAY1 IN”

When pressed another time, the parts to be played back can be moved.
2 When access completes, the display changes to “C = AD = ”.
Note : The numbers “ ” displayed show you error rates and ADER.
3. Ending the continuous playback mode
1 Press the MENU/NO button. The display will change to “CPLAY1 MODE”(C34).
2 Press the AEJECT button to remove the disc.
Note : The playback start addresses for IN, MID, and OUT are as follows.
IN 40h cluster
MID 300h cluster
OUT 700h cluster

4-5-2. Operating the Continuous Recording Mode (Use only when performing self-recording/palyback check.)
1. Entering the continuous recording mode
1 Set a recordable disc in the unit.
2 Rotate the l AMS L knob and display “CREC1 MODE” (C35).
3 Press the YES button to change the display to “CREC1 MID”.
4 When access completes, the display changes to “CREC 1 ( )” and REC lights up.
Note : The numbers “ ” displayed shows you the recording position addresses.
2. Changing the parts to be recorded
1 When the YES button is pressed during continuous recording, the display changes as below.
“CREC1 MID” t “CREC1 OUT” t “CREC1 IN”

When pressed another time, the parts to be recorded can be changed. REC goes off.
2 When access completes, the display changes to “CREC 1 ( )” and REC lights up.
Note : The numbers “ ” displayed shows you the recording position addresses.
3. Ending the continuous recording mode
1 Press the MENU/NO button. The display changes to “CREC1 MODE” (C35) and REC goes off.
2 Press the A EJECT button to remove the disc.
Note 1 : The recording start addresses for IN, MID, and OUT are as follows.
IN 40h cluster
MID 300h cluster
OUT 700h cluster
Note 2 : The MENU/NO button can be used to stop recording anytime.
Note 3 : Do not perform continuous recording for long periods of time above 5 minutes.
Note 4 : During continuous recording, be careful not to apply vibration.

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4-6. FUNCTIONS OF OTHER BUTTONS


Function Contents
G Sets continuous playback when pressed in the STOP state. When pressed during continuous
playback, the tracking servo turns ON/OFF.
x Stops continuous playback and continuous recording.
M The sled moves to the outer circumference only when this is pressed.
m The sled moves to the inner circumference only when this is pressed.
REC MODE Switches between the pit and groove modes when pressed.
PLAY MODE Switches the spindle servo mode (CLV S y CLV A).
LEVEL/DISPLAY/CHAR Switches the displayed contents each time the button is pressed.
A Ejects the disc.
REPEAT Exits the test mode.

4-7. TEST MODE DISPLAYS


Each time the LEVEL/DISPLAY/CHAR button is pressed, the display changes in the following order.
When CPLAY and CREC are started, the display will forcibly be switched to the error rate display as the initial mode.

1. Mode display
Displays “TEMP ADJUST”, “CPLAY1MODE”, etc.
Mode display
2. Error rate display
Displays the error rate in the following way. Error rate display
C= AD =
C = Indicates the C error. Address display
AD = Indicates ADER.
Auto gain display (Not used in servicing)
3. Address display
The address is displayed as follows. (MO:recordable disc, CD:playback only disc) Detrack check display (Not used in servicing)
If the REC MODE button is pressed , the display switches from groove to pit or
vice versa. IVR display (Not used in servicing)
h= s= (MO pit and CD)
h= a= (MO groove) C1 error and Jitter display
h = Indicates the header address. (Not used in servicing)
s = Indicates the SUBQ address.
a = Indicates the ADIP address. AD error and Jitter display
(Not used in servicing)
Note: “–” is displayed when the address cannnot be read.

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4-8. MEANINGS OF OTHER DISPLAYS


Contents
Display
When Lit When Off
G Servo ON Servo OFF
X Tracking servo OFF Tracking servo ON
REC Recording mode ON Recording mode OFF
SYNC CLV low speed mode CLV normal mode
L.SYNC ABCD adjustment completed
OVER Tracking offset cancel ON Tracking offset cancel OFF
B/1 Tracking auto gain OK
A-/REP Focus auto gain OK
REC MODE Pit Groove
DISC/LP2 High reflection Low reflection
SLEEP/SHUF CLV S CLV A
MONO CLV LOCK CLV UNLOCK

4-9. AUTOMATIC SELF-DIAGNOSIS FUNCTION


This test mode performs CREC and CPLAY automatically for mainly checking the characteristics of the optical pick-up.
To perform this test mode, the laser power must first be checked.
Perform AUTO CHECK after the laser power check and Iop check.

Procedure
1. Press the YES button. If “LDPWR ” is displayed, it means that the laser power check has not been performed. In this case,
perform the laser power check and Iop compare, and then repeat from step 1.
2. If a disc is in the mechanical deck, it will be ejected forcibly.
“DISC IN” will be displayed in this case. Load a test disc (MDW-74/GA-1) which can be recorded.
3. If a disk is loaded at step 2, the check will start automatically.
4. When “XX CHECK” is displayed, the item corresponding to XX will be performed.
When “06 CHECK” completes, the disc loaded at step 2 will be ejected. “DISC IN” will be displayed. Load the check disc (MD) TDYS-1.
5. When the disc is loaded in step 4, the check will automatically be resumed from “07 CHECK”.
6. After completing to test item 12, check OK or NG will be displayed. If all items are OK, “CHECK ALL OK” will be displayed. If any item
is NG, it will be displayed as “NG:xxxx”.

When “CHECK ALL OK” is displayed, it means that the optical pick-up is normal. Check the operations of the other spindle motor, thread
motor, etc.
When displayed as “NG:xxxx”, it means that the optical pick-up is faulty. In this case, replace the optical pick-up.

4-10. INFORMATION
Display the software version.

Procedure
1. If displayed as “INFORMATION”, press the YES button.
2. The software version will be displayed.
3. Press the MENU/NO button to end this mode.

4-11. WHEN MEMORY NG IS DISPLAYED


If the nonvolatile memory data is abnormal, “E001”/”MEMORY NG” will be displayed so that the MD deck does not continue operations.
In this case, set the test mode promptly and perform the following procedure.

Procedure
1. Set the test mode. (Refer to 4-2.)
2. Normally a message for selecting the test mode will be displayed. However if the nonvolatile memory is abnormal, the following will be
displayed. “INIT EEP?”
3. Press the STOP button and A EJECT button together.
4. Rotate the l AMS L knob and select MDM-7A.
5. Press the l AMS L knob. If the nonvolatile memory is successfully overwritten, the normal test mode will be set and a message
to select the test mode will be displayed.
Note: When this setting is doing, readjustment is necessary.
(Adjustment it same as IC195 exchanged)

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SECTION 5
ELECTRICAL ADJUSTMENTS
Note : 260B: KMS-260B
260E: KMS-260E

5-1. PARTS REPLACEMENT AND ADJUSTMENT


If malfunctions caused by Optical pick-up such as sound skipping are suspected, follow the following check.

Check before replacement

Start

5-6-2. NG
Laser Power Check
(See page 28)

OK

5-6-3. NG
Iop Compare
(See page 28)

OK

5-6-4. NG
Auto Check Replace Optical pick-up or MDM-7A
(See page 29)

OK

Other faults are suspected.


Check the threading mechanism, etc.

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Adjustment flow

Start • Abbreviation
OP: Optical pick-up

After turning off and then on the power,


YES initialize the EEPROM
Replace IC195
For details, refer to 4-11. WHEN MEMORY NG IS
DISPLAYED (See page 24)
NO

YES 5-7. INITIAL SETTING OF ADJUSTMENT VALUE


Replace OP or IO195
(See page 31)

NO

YES 5-9. TEMPERATURE COMPENSATION OFFSET


Replace IC101, IC195, or D101
ADJUSTMENT (See page 31)

NO

YES
Replace OP, IC190, or IC195 5-10. LASER POWER ADJUSTMENT (See page 31)

NO

Replace OP, IC102, IC190, YES


5-11. Iop NV SAVE (See page 32)
or IC195

NO

5-12. TRAVERSE ADJUSTMENT (See page 32)


Replace OP, IC101, IC151, YES 5-13. FOCUS BIAS ADJUSTMENT (See page 33)
or IC195 5-16. AUTO GAIN CONTROL OUTPUT LEVEL
ADJUSTMENT (See page 34)
NO

YES OP change in Err Display mode


Replace OP
Iop write

NO

YES
Replace the spindle motor Spdl change in Err Display mode

NO

5-6-4. Auto Check


(See page 29)

End adjustments

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5-2. PRECAUTIONS FOR CHECKING LASER DIODE


EMISSION
To check the emission of the laser diode during adjustments, never
view directly from the top as this may lose your eye-sight.

5-3. PRECAUTIONS FOR USE OF OPTICAL PICK-


UP (KMS-260B/260E)
As the laser diode in the optical pick-up is easily damaged by static
electricity, solder the laser tap of the flexible board when using it.
Before disconnecting the connector, desolder first. Before connect-
ing the connector, be careful not to remove the solder. Also take
adequate measures to prevent damage by static electricity. Handle
the flexible board with care as it breaks easily.
pick-up flexible board

laser tap

Optical pick-up flexible board

5-4. PRECAUTIONS FOR ADJUSTMENTS


1) When replacing the following parts, perform the adjustments 5) When observing several signals on the oscilloscope, etc.,
and checks with in the order shown in the following table. make sure that VC and ground do not connect inside the oscillo-
2) Set the test mode when performing adjustments. scope.
After completing the adjustments, exit the test mode. (VC and ground will become short-circuited.)
Perform the adjustments and checks in “group S” of the test mode. 6) Using the above jig enables the waveform to be checked with-
3) Perform the adjustments to be needed in the order shown. out the need to solder.
4) Use the following tools and measuring devices. (Refer to Servicing Note on page 6.)
• Check Disc (MD) TDYS-1 7) As the disc used will affect the adjustment results, make sure
(Parts No. 4-963-646-01) that no dusts nor fingerprints are attached to it.
• Test Disk (MDW-74/GA-1) (Parts No. 4-229-747-01)
• Laser power meter LPM-8001 (Parts No. J-2501-046-A)
or
MD Laser power meter 8010S (Parts No. J-2501-145-A)
• Oscilloscope (Measure after performing CAL of prove.)
• Digital voltmeter
• Thermometer
• Jig for checking BD board waveform
(Parts No. : J-2501-196-A)

Parts to be replaced
Adjustment Optical
IC101 IC102 IC151 IC190 IC195 D101
Pick-up
5-7. Initial setting of adjustment values
5-8. Recording of Iop information

5-9. TEMP ADJUST


5-10. Laser power adjustment
5-11. Iop NV Save

5-12. Traverse adjustment


5-13. Focus bias adjustment
5-16. Auto gain adjustment

5-6-4. AUTO CHECK

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5-5. USING THE CONTINUOUSLY RECORDED DISC Checking Procedure:


* This disc is used in focus bias adjustment and error rate check. 1. Set the laser power meter on the objective lens of the optical
The following describes how to create a continuous recording pick-up. (When it cannot be set properly, press the m button
disc. or M button to move the optical pick-up.)
1. Insert a disc (blank disc) commercially available. Connect the digital volt meter to CN105 pin 1 (I+3V) and
2. Rotate the l AMS L knob and display “CREC1 MODE”. CN105 pin 2 (IOP).
3. Press the YES button again to display “CREC1 MID”. 2. Then, rotate the l AMS L knob and display “LDPWR
Display “CREC (0300)” and start to recording. CHECK”.
4. Complete recording within 5 minutes. 3. Press the YES button once and display “LD 0.9 mW $ ”.
5. Press the MENU/NO button and stop recording . Check that the reading of the laser power meter become the
6. Press the AEJECT button and remove the disc. specified value.
4. Press the YES button once more and display “ LD 7.0 mW $
The above has been how to create a continuous recorded data for ”. Check that the reading the laser power meter and digital
the focus bias adjustment and error rate check. volt meter satisfy the specified value.
Note :
• Be careful not to apply vibration during continuous recording. Specified Value :
Laser power meter reading : LD 0.9mW : 0.85-0.91mW (260B)
0.90-0.96mW (260E)
5-6. CHECKS PRIOR TO REPAIRS LD 7.0mW : 6.80-7.20mW (260B)
These checks are performed before replacing parts according to 7.00-7.50mW (260E)
“approximate specifications” to determine the faulty locations. For Digital voltmeter reading : Optical pick-up displayed value ± 10%
details, refer to “Checks Prior to Parts Replacement and Adjust-
ments” (See page 9). (Optical pick-up label)
KMS
260B (For details of the method for checking
5-6-1. Temperature Compensation Offset Check 20101 this value, refer to “5-8. Recording and
When performing adjustments, set the internal temperature and room H0576 Displaying Iop Information”.)
temperature to 22 to 28ºC. R
Checks cannot be performed properly if performed after some time Iop = 57.6 mA in this case
from power ON due to the rise in the temperature of the IC and Iop (mA) = Digital voltmeter reading (mV)/1 (Ω)
diode, etc. So, perform the checks again after waiting some time. 5. Press the MENU/NO button and display “LDPWR CHECK”
and stop the laser emission.
Checking Procedure: (The MENU/NO button is effective at all times to stop the laser
1. Rotate the l AMS L knob to display “TEMP CHECK”. emission.)
(C12)
2. Press the YES button. Note 1: After step 4, each time the YES button is pressed, the
3. “T=@@(##) [OK]” should be displayed. If “T=@@ (##) [NG]” display will be switched between “LD 0.7 mW $ ”,
is displayed, it means that the results are bad. “LD 6.2 mW $ ”, and “LD Wp $ ”. Nothing
(@@ indicates the current value set, and ## indicates the value needs to be performed here.
written in the non-volatile memory.)
5-6-3. Iop Compare
5-6-2. Laser Power Check The current Iop value at laser power 7 mw output and reference Iop
Before checking, check the Iop value of the optical pick-up. value (set at shipment) written in the nonvolatile memory are
(Refer to 5-8. Recording and Displaying Iop Information.) compared, and the rate of increase/decrease will be displayed in
percentage.
Connection : Note: Perform this function with the optical pick-up set at room
temperature.
Laser power
meter
Procedure
1. Rotate the l AMS L knob to display “Iop Compare”.
2. Press the YES button and start measurements.
3. When measurements complete, the display changes to
Optical pick-up
objective lens
“±xx%yy”.
xx is the percentage of increase/decrease, and OK or NG is
displayed at yy to indicate whether the percentage of increase/
Digital volt meter
decrease is within the allowable range.
4. Press the MENU/NO button to end.

BD board
CN105 pin 1 (I+3V)
CN105 pin 2 (IOP)

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5-6-4. Auto Check 6. Observe the waveform of the oscilloscope, and check that the
This test mode performs C-REC and C-PLAY automatically for specified value is satisfied. Do not rotate the AMS knob.
mainly checking the characteristics of the optical pick-up. To (Read power traverse checking)
perform this test mode, the laser power must first be checked.
Perform Auto Check after the laser power check and Iop compare. (Traverse Waveform)

Procedure
1. Press the YES button. If “LDPWR minicheck” is displayed, it A
means that the laser power check has not been performed. In VC
this case, perform the laser power check and Iop compare, and
then repeat from step 1. B
2. If a disc is in the mechanical deck, it will be ejected forcibly.
“DISC IN” will be displayed in this case. Load a test disc (MDW-
Specified value : Below 10% offset value
74/GA-1) which can be recorded.
3. If a disk is loaded at step 2, the check will start automatically. Offset value (%) = IA – BI X 100
2 (A + B)
4. When “XX CHECK” is displayed, the item corresponding to
XX will be performed. 7. Press the YES button and display “EFB = MO-W”.
VC

Specification A = B
A

When “06 CHECK” completes, the disc loaded at step 2 will be 8. Observe the waveform of the oscilloscope, and check that the
ejected. “DISC IN” will be displayed. Load the check disc (MD) specified value is satisfied. Do not rotate the l AMS L
TDYS-1. knob.
5. When the disc is loaded, the check will automatically be resumed (Write power traverse checking)
from “07 CHECK”.
6. After completing to test item 12, check OK or NG will be (Traverse Waveform)
displayed. If all items are OK, “CHECK ALL OK” will be
displayed. If any item is NG, it will be displayed as “NG:xxxx”. A

VC
When “CHECK ALL OK” is displayed, it means that the optical
B
pick-up is normal. Check the operations of the other spindle motor,
thread motor, etc.
When displayed as “NG:xxxx”, it means that the optical pick-up is Specified value : Below 10% offset value
faulty. In this case, replace the optical pick-up.
Offset value (%) = IA – BI X 100
2 (A + B)
5-6-5. Other Checks
All the following checks are performed by the Auto Check mode.
9. Press the YES button display “EFB = MO-P”.
They therefore need not be performed in normal operation.
Then, the optical pick-up moves to the pit area automatically
and servo is imposed.
1. Load a continuously recorded test disc (MDW-74/GA-1).
(Refer to “5-5. Using the Continuously Recorded Disc”.)
10. Observe the waveform of the oscilloscope, and check that the
specified value is satisfied. Do not rotate the l AMS L
5-6-6. Traverse Check
knob.
Connection :
Oscilloscope (Traverse Waveform)

A
BD board
CN105 pin 4 (TE) VC
CN105 pin 6 (VC)
B

V : 0.5 V/div
H : 10 ms/div
Input : DC mode Specified value : Below 10% offset value

Offset value (%) = IA – BI X 100


2 (A + B)
Checking Procedure:
1. Connect an oscilloscope to CN105 pin 4 (TE) and CN105 pin
11. Press the YES button display “EF MO CHECK”
6 (VC) of the BD board.
The disc stops rotating automatically.
2. Load a test disc (MDW-74/GA-1). (Refer to Note 1.)
12. Press the A EJECT button and remove the disc.
3. Press the M button and move the optical pick-up outside the
13. Load the check disc (MD) TDYS-1.
pit.
14. Roteto the l AMS L knob and display “EF CD CHECK”
4. Rotate the l AMS L knob and display “EF MO CHECK”.
(C04).
5. Press the YES button and display “EFB = MO-R”.
15. Press the YES button and display “EFB = CD”. Servo is
(Laser power READ power/Focus servo ON/tracking servo OFF/
imposed automatically.
spindle (S) servo ON)

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16. Observe the waveform of the oscilloscope, and check that the 5-6-8. C PLAY Check
specified value is satisfied. Do not rotate the l AMS L
knob. MO Error Rate Check
Checking Procedure :
(Traverse Waveform) 1. Load a continuously recorded test disc (MDW-74/GA-1).
(Refer to “5-5. Using the Continuously Recorded Disc”.)
A 2. Rotate the l AMS L knob and display “CPLAY1
VC MODE”.
3. Press the YES button and display “CPLAY1 MID”.
B
4. The display changes to “C = AD = ”.
5. If the C error rate is below 20, check that ADER is 00.
Specified value : Below 10% offset value 6. Press the MENU/NO button, stop playback, press the A EJECT
button, and test disc.
Offset value (%) = IA – BI X 100
2 (A + B)
CD Error Rate Check
17. Press the YES button and display “EF CD CHECK”. Checking Procedure :
18. Press the A EJECT button and remove the check disc (MD) 1. Load a check disc (MD) TDYS-1.
TDYS-1. 2. Rotate the l AMS L knob and display “CPLAY1
MODE”.
Note 1 : MO reading data will be erased during if a recorded disc is 3. Press the YES button twice and display “CPLAY1 MID”.
used in this adjustment. 4. The display changes to “C1 = AD = ”.
Note 2 : If the traverse waveform is not clear, connect the oscillo- 5. Check that the C1 error rate is below 20.
scope as shown in the following figure so that it can be 6. Press the MENU/NO button, stop playback, press the A EJECT
seen more clearly. button, and the test disc.
Oscilloscope
5-6-9. Self-Recording/playback Check
Prepare a continuous recording disc using the unit to be repaired
BD board 330 kΩ and check the error rate.
CN105 pin 4 (TE)
CN105 pin 6 (VC) 10pF
Checking Procedure :
1. Insert a recordable test disc (MDW-74/GA-1) into the unit.
5-6-7. Focus Bias Check 2. Rotate the l AMS L knob to display “CREC1 MODE”.
Change the focus bias and check the focus tolerance amount. 3. Press the YES button to display the “CREC1 MID”.
Checking Procedure : 4. When recording starts, “ REC ” is displayed, this becomes
1. Load a continuously recorded test disc (MDW-74/GA-1). “CREC 1 (@@@@)” (@@@@ is the address), and recording
(Refer to “5-5. Using the Continuously Recorded Disc”.) starts.
2. Rotate the l AMS L knob and display “CPLAY1 5. About 1 minute later, press the MENU/NO button to stop
MODE”. continuous recording.
3. Press the YES button and display “CPLAY1 MID”. 6. Rotate the l AMS L knob to display “C PLAY1 MODE”.
4. Press the MENU/NO button when “C = AD = ” is 7. Press the YES button to display “C PLAY1 MID”.
displayed. 8. “C = AD = ” will be displayed.
5. Rotate the l AMS L knob and display “FBIAS CHECK”. 9. Check that the C error becomes below 20 and the AD error
6. Press the YES button and display “ / c = ”. below 2.
The first four digits indicate the C error rate, the two digits after 10. Press the MENU/NO button to stop playback, and press the A
[/] indicate ADER, and the 2 digits after [c =] indicate the focus EJECT button and remove the disc.
bias value.
Check that the C error is below 20 and ADER is below 2.
7. Press the YES button and display “ / b = ”.
Check that the C error is below 100 and ADER is below 2.
8. Press the YES button and display “ / a = ”.
Check that the C error is below 100 and ADER is below 2.
9. Press the MENU/NO button, next press the A EJECT button,
and remove the test disc.

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5-7. INITIAL SETTING OF ADJUSTMENT VALUE 5-9. TEMPERATURE COMPENSATION OFFSET


ADJUTMENT
Note: Save the temperature data at that time in the non-volatile memory
Mode which sets the adjustment results recorded in the non-vola- as 25 ˚C reference data.
tile memory to the initial setting value. However the results of the Note :
temperature compensation offset adjustment will not change to the 1. Usually, do not perform this adjustment.
initial setting value. 2. Perform this adjustment in an ambient temperature of 22 ˚C to
If initial setting is performed, perform all adjustments again ex- 28 ˚C. Perform it immediately after the power is turned on when
cluding the temperature compensation offset adjustment. the internal temperature of the unit is the same as the ambient
For details of the initial setting, refer to “5-4. Precautions on Ad- temperature of 22 ˚C to 28 ˚C.
justments” and execute the initial setting before the adjustment as 3. When D101 has been replaced, perform this adjustment after
required. the temperature of this part has become the ambient tempera-
ture.
Setting Procedure : Adjusting Procedure :
1. Rotate the l AMS L knob to display “ADJ CLEAR”. 1. Rotate the l AMS L knob and display “TEMP ADJUST”.
2. Press the YES button. “Complete!” will be displayed momen- 2. Press the YES button and select the “TEMP ADJUST” mode.
tarily and initial setting will be executed, after which “ADJ 3. “TEMP = [OK]” and the current temperature data will be
CLEAR” will be displayed. displayed.
4. To save the data, press the YES button.
5-8. RECORDING AND DISPLAYING THE Iop When not saving the data, press the MENU/NO button.
INFORMATION 5. When the YES button is pressed, “TEMP = SAVE” will be
The IOP data can be recorded in the non-volatile memory. The Iop displayed and turned back to “TEMP ADJUST” display then.
value on the label of the optical pick-up and the Iop value after the When the MENU/NO button is pressed, “TEMP ADJUST”
adjustment will be recorded. Recording these data eliminates the will be displayed immediatelly.
need to read the label on the optical pick-up.
Specified Value :
Recording Procedure : The “TEMP = ” should be within “E0 - EF”, “F0 - FF”, “00 -
1. While pressing the l AMS L knob and x button, con- 0F”, “10 - 1F” and “20 - 2F”.
nect the power plug to the outlet, and release the l AMS
L knob and x button. 5-10. LASER POWER ADJUSTMENT
2. Rotate the l AMS L knob to display “[Service]”, and Check the Iop value of the optical pick-up before adjustments.
press the YES button. (Refer to 5-8. Recording and Displaying Iop Information.)
3. Rotate the l AMS L knob to display “Iop.Write”, and
press the YES button. Connection : Laser power
4. The display becomes Ref=@@@.@ (@ is an arbitrary number) meter
and the numbers which can be changed will blink.
5. Input the Iop value written on the optical pick-up.
To select the number : Rotate the l AMS L knob.
To select the digit : Press the l AMS L knob Optical pick-up
6. When the YES button is pressed, the display becomes objective lens
“Measu=@@@.@” (@ is an arbitrary number).
7. As the adjustment results are recorded for the 6 value. Leave it Digital volt meter
as it is and press the YES button.
8. “Complete!” will be displayed momentarily. The value will be
recorded in the non-volatile memory and the display will be- BD board
come “Iop Write”. CN105 pin 1 (I+3V)
CN105 pin 2 (IOP)

Display Procedure :
Adjusting Procedure :
1. Rotate the l AMS L knob to display “Iop.Read”.
1. Set the laser power meter on the objective lens of the optical
2. “@@.@/##.#” is displayed and the recorded contents are
pick-up. (When it cannot be set properly, press the m button
displayed.
or M button to move the optical pick-up.)
@@.@ indicates the Iop value labeled on the pick-up.
Connect the digital volt meter to CN105 pin 1 (I+3V) and
##.# indicates the Iop value after adjustment
CN105 pin 2 (IOP).
3. To end, press the l AMS L button or MENU/NO
2. Rotate the l AMS L knob and display “LDPWR
button to display “Iop Read”.
ADJUST”.
(Laser power : For adjustment)
3. Press the YES button once and display “LD 0.9 mW $ ”.
4. Rotate the l AMS L knob so that the reading of the laser
power meter becomes the specified value. Press the YES
button after setting the range knob of the laser power meter, and
save the adjustment results. (“LD SAVE $ ” will be displayed
for a moment.)
5. Then “LD 7.0 mW $ ” will be displayed.
6. Rotate the l AMS L knob so that the reading of the
laser power meter becomes the specified value, press the
YES button and save it.
Note : Do not perform the emission with 7.0 mW more than 15
seconds continuously.
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7. Then, rotate the l AMS L knob and display “LDPWR 5-12. TRAVERSE ADJUSTMENT
CHECK”. Connection :
8. Press the YES button once and display “LD 0.9 mW $ ”. Oscilloscope
Check that the reading of the laser power meter become the speci-
fied value.
9. Press the YES button once more and display “LD 7.0 mW $ BD board
CN105 pin 4 (TE)
”. Check that the reading the laser power meter and digital CN105 pin 6 (VC)
volt meter satisfy the specified value.
Note down the digital voltmeter reading value. V : 0.5 V/div
H : 10 ms/div
Specified Value : Input : DC mode

Laser power meter reading : LD 0.9mW : 0.85-0.91mW (260B)


0.90-0.96mW (260E) Adjusting Procedure :
LD 7.0mW : 6.90-7.10mW (260B) 1. Connect an oscilloscope to CN105 pin 4 (TE) and CN105 pin
7.20-7.30mW (260E) 6 (VC) of the BD board.
Digital voltmeter reading : Optical pick-up displayed value ± 10% 2. Load a test disc (MDW-74/GA-1). (Refer to Note 1.)
3. Press the M button and move the optical pick-up outside the
(Optical pick-up label) pit.
4. Rotate the l AMS L knob and display “EF MO AD-
KMS
260B (For details of the method for checking
this value, refer to “5-8. Recording and
JUST”.
20101 Displaying IOP Information”.) 5. Press the YES button and display “EFB = MO-R”.
H0576 (Laser power READ power/Focus servo ON/tracking servo OFF/
R
spindle (S) servo ON)
Iop = 57.6 mA in this case 6. Rotate the l AMS L knob so that the waveform of the
Iop (mA) = Digital voltmeter reading (mV)/1 (Ω)
oscilloscope becomes the specified value.
10. Press the MENU/NO button and display “LDPWR CHECK” (When the l AMS L knob is rotated, the of “EFB=
and stop the laser emission. ” changes and the waveform changes.) In this adjustment,
(The MENU/NO button is effective at all times to stop the waveform varies at intervals of approx. 2%. Adjust the wave-
laser emission.) form so that the specified value is satisfied as much as possible.
11. Rotate the l AMS L knob to display “Iop.Write”. (Read power traverse adjustment)
12. Press the YES button. When the display becomes Ref = @@@
.@ (@ is an arbitrary number), press the YES button to display (Traverse Waveform)
“Measu=@@@.@” (@ is an arbitrary number).
13. The numbers which can be changed will blink. Input the Iop A
value noted down at step 9. VC
To select the number : Rotate the l AMS L knob.
To select the digit : Press the l AMS L knob B

14. When the YES button is pressed, “Complete!” will be displayed


momentarily. The value will be recorded in the non-volatile Specification A = B
memory and the display will become “Iop Write”.
7. Press the YES button and save the result of adjustment to the
Note 1: After step 4, each time the YES button is pressed, the non-volatile memory (“EFB = SAVE” will be displayed for a
display will be switched between “LD 0.7 mW $ ”, “LD moment. Then “EFB = MO-W” will be displayed).
6.2 mW $ ”, and “LD Wp $ ”. Nothing needs 8. Rotate the l AMS L knob so that the waveform of the
to be performed here. oscilloscope becomes the specified value.
(When the l AMS L knob is rotated, the of “EFB-
5-11. Iop NV SAVE
MO-W” changes and the waveform changes.) In this adjustment,
Write the reference values in the nonvolatile memory to perform
waveform varies at intervals of approx. 2%. Adjust the wave-
“Iop compare”. As this involves rewriting the reference values, do
form so that the specified value is satisfied as much as possible.
not perform this procedure except when adjusting the laser power
(Write power traverse adjustment)
during replacement of the OP and when replacing the IC102.
Otherwise the OP check may deteriorate.
(Traverse Waveform)
Note: Perform this function with the optical pick-up set at room
temperature.
A

Procedure VC
1. Rotate the l AMS L knob to display “Iop NV Save”
B
(C06).
2. Press the YES button and display “Iop [stop]”.
3. After the display changes to “Iop =xxsave?”, press the YES Specification A = B
button.
4. After “Complete!” is displayed momentarily, the display changes 9. Press the YES button, and save the adjustment results in the
to “Iop 7.0 mW”. non-volatile memory. (“EFB = SAVE” will be displayed for
5. After the display changes to “Iop=yysave?”, press the YES a moment.)
button. 10. “EFB = MO-P”. will be displayed.
6. When “Complete!” is displayed, it means that Iop NV saving The optical pick-up moves to the pit area automatically and
has been completed. servo is imposed.

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11. Rotate the l AMS L knob until the waveform of the 5-13. FOCUS BIAS ADJUSTMENT
oscilloscope moves closer to the specified value. Adjusting Procedure :
In this adjustment, waveform varies at intervals of approx. 2%. 1. Load a test disk (MDW-74/GA-1).
Adjust the waveform so that the specified value is satisfied as 2. Rotate the l AMS L knob and display “CPLAY1
much as possible. MODE”.
3. Press the YES button and display “CPLAY1 MID”.
(Traverse Waveform) 4. Press the MENU/NO button when “C = AD = ” is
displayed.
5. Rotate the l AMS L knob and display “FBIAS AD-
A JUST”.
VC 6. Press the YES button and display “ / a = ”.
The first four digits indicate the C error rate, the two digits after
B
[/] indicate ADER, and the 2 digits after [a =] indicate the focus
bias value.
Specification A = B 7. Rotate the l AMS L knob in the clockwise direction and
find the focus bias value at which the C error rate becomes 220
12. Press the YES button, and save the adjustment results in the (Refer to Note 2).
non-volatile memory. (“EFB = SAVE” will be displayed for 8. Press the YES button and display “ / b = ”.
a moment.) 9. Rotate the l AMS L knob in the counterclockwise di-
Next “EF MO ADJUS” is displayed. The disc stops rotating rection and find the focus bias value at which the C error rate
automatically. becomes 220.
13. Press the A EJECT button and remove the disc. 10. Press the YES button and display “ / c = ”.
14. Load the check disc (MD) TDYS-1. 11. Check that the C error rate is below 20 and ADER is 00. Then
15. Roteto l AMS L knob and display “EF CD ADJUS”. press the YES button.
16. Press the YES button and display “EFB = CD”. Servo is 12. If the “( ” in “ - - ( ” is above 20, press the YES
imposed automatically. button.
17. Rotate the l AMS L knob so that the waveform of the If below 20, press the MENU/NO button and repeat the
oscilloscope moves closer to the specified value. adjustment from step 2.
In this adjustment, waveform varies at intervals of approx. 2%. 13. Press the A EJECT button to remove the test disc.
Adjust the waveform so that the specified value is satisfied as
much as possible. Note 1 : The relation between the C error and focus bias is as
shown in the following figure. Find points a and b in the
(Traverse Waveform) following figure using the above adjustment. The focal
point position C is automatically calculated from points a
and b.
A Note 2 : As the C error rate changes, perform the adjustment using
VC the average vale.
B
C error

Specification A = B
220

18. Press the YES button, display “EFB = SAVE” for a mo-
ment and save the adjustment results in the non-volatile memory.
Next “EF CD ADJUST” will be displayed.
19. Press the A EJECT button and remove the check disc (MD)
TDYS-1. b c a Focus bias value
(F. BIAS)
Note 1 : MO reading data will be erased during if a recorded disc is
used in this adjustment.
Note 2 : If the traverse waveform is not clear, connect the oscillo-
scope as shown in the following figure so that it can be
seen more clearly.
Oscilloscope

BD board 330 kΩ
CN105 pin 4 (TE)
CN105 pin 6 (VC) 10pF

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5-14. ERROR RATE CHECK 5-16. AUTO GAIN CONTROL OUTPUT LEVEL
5-14-1. CD Error Rate Check ADJUSTMENT

Checking Procedure : Be sure to perform this adjustment when the Optical pick-up is re-
1. Load a check disc (MD) TDYS-1. placed.
2. Rotate the l AMS L knob and display “CPLAY1 If the adjustment results becomes “Adjust NG!”, the Optical pick-
MODE”. up may be faulty or the servo system circuits may be abnormal.
3. Press the YES button twice and display “CPLAY1 MID”.
4. The display changes to “C = AD = ”. 5-16-1. CD Auto Gain Control Output Level Adjustment
5. Check that the C error rate is below 20. Adjusting Procedure :
6. Press the MENU/NO button, stop playback, press the A EJECT 1. Insert the check disc (MD) TDYS-1.
button, and remove the test disc. 2. Rotate the l AMS L knob to display “AG Set (CD)”.
3. When the YES button is pressed, the adjustment will be
5-14-2. MO Error Rate Check performed automatically.
“Complete!!” will then be displayed momentarily when the value
Checking Procedure : is recorded in the non-volatile memory, after which the display
1. Load a continuously recorded test disc (MDW-74/GA-1). changes to “AG Set (CD)”.
(Refer to “5-5. Using the Continuously Recorded Disc”.) 4. Press the A EJECT button to remove the disc.
2. Rotate the l AMS L knob and display “CPLAY1
MODE”. 5-16-2. MO Auto Gain Control Output Level Adjustment
3. Press the YES button and display “CPLAY1 MID”.
4. The display changes to “C = AD = ”. Adjusting Procedure :
5. If the C error rate is below 20, check that ADER is 00. 1. Insert the reference disc (MDW-74/GA-1) for recording.
6. Press the MENU/NO button, stop playback, press the A EJECT 2. Rotate the l AMS L knob to display “AG Set (MO)”.
button, and remove the test disc. 3. When the YES button is pressed, the adjustment will be
performed automatically.
5-15. FOCUS BIAS CHECK “Complete!!” will then be displayed momentarily when the value
Change the focus bias and check the focus tolerance amount. is recorded in the non-volatile memory, after which the display
Checking Procedure : changes to “AG Set (MO)”.
1. Load a continuously recorded test disc (MDW-74/GA-1). 4. Press the A EJECT button to remove the disc.
(Refer to “5-5. Using the Continuously Recorded Disc”.)
2. Rotate the l AMS L knob and display “CPLAY1
MODE”.
3. Press the YES button twice and display “CPLAY1 MID”.
4. Press the MENU/NO button when “C = AD = ” is
displayed.
5. Rotate the l AMS L knob and display “FBIAS CHECK”.
6. Press the YES button and display “ / c = ”.
The first four digits indicate the C error rate, the two digits after
[/] indicate ADR, and the 2 digits after [c =] indicate the focus
bias value.
Check that the C error is below 20 and ADER is below 2.
7. Press the YES button and display “ / b = ”.
Check that the C error is below 100 and ADER is below 2.
8. Press the YES button and display “ / a = ”.
Check that the C error is below 100 and ADER is below 2
9. Press the MENU/NO button, next press the A EJECT button,
and remove the continuously recorded disc.

Note 1 : If the C error and ADER are above other than the speci-
fied value at points a (step 8. in the above) or b (step 7. in
the above), the focus bias adjustment may not have been
carried out properly. Adjust perform the beginning again.

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5-17. ADJUSTING POINTS AND CONNECTING POINTS

[BD BOARD] (SIDE A)

CN101
D101

[BD BOARD] (SIDE B)

IC101

CN105
1

IC102 7

*NOTE

IC151

IC190

IC195
23 1 27 1
CN103 CN102

NOTE:It is useful to use the jig. for checking the waveform. (Refer
to Servicing Note on page 6.)

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SECTION 6
DIAGRAMS
6-1. CIRCUIT BOARDS LOCATION

PT board VOL-SEL board (SP model)

KEY-SW board

MAIN board

DISPLAY board
BD board

• Abbreviation
SP : Singapore model

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• WAVEFORMS
THIS NOTE IS COMMON FOR PRINTED WIRING
BOARDS AND SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS.
– BD Board – – MAIN Board –
(In addition to this, the necessary note is printed
in each block.) B C E
1 IC101 ek (RF) 1 IC1 qd (XOUT)
These are omitted.
For schematic diagrams.
Note:
• All capacitors are in µF unless otherwise noted. pF: µµF
50 WV or less are not indicated except for electrolytics B C E 1.3Vp-p 2.7Vp-p
and tantalums.
These are omitted.
• All resistors are in Ω and 1/4 W or less unless otherwise
100 nsec
specified.
• f : internal component. C
• C : panel designation. 2 IC101 ef (FE) 2 IC550 qs
Q These are omitted. (Play mode)
Note: Note:
B E
The components identi- Les composants identifiés par
fied by mark 0 or dotted une marque 0 sont critiques 0.2Vp-p 2.6Vp-p
line with mark 0 are criti- pour la sécurité.
cal for safety. Ne les remplacer que par une
Replace only with part piéce por tant le numéro 22 nsec
number specified. spécifié.

• A : B+ Line.
3 IC101 wh (TE)
(Play mode)
• B : B– Line.
• H : adjustment for repair.
• Voltages and waveforms are dc with respect to ground 1.6Vp-p
under no-signal (detuned) conditions.
no mark : STOP
( ) : PLAY
< > : REC
∗ : Impossible to measure 4 IC151 qh (OSCI)
• Voltages are taken with a VOM (Input impedance 10 MΩ).
Voltage variations may be noted due to normal produc-
tion tolerances.
• Waveforms are taken with a oscilloscope. 3.1Vp-p
Voltage variations may be noted due to normal produc-
tion tolerances.
• Circled numbers refer to waveforms. 22 nesc
• Signal path.
E : PB 5 IC151 wj (LRCK)
j : REC
p : PB (DIGITAL OUT)
l : REC (DIGITAL IN)
• Abbreviation 3.2Vp-p
CND : Canadian model
SP : Singapore model
HK : Hong Kong model 22.6 µsec
AUS : Australian model
For printed wiring boards. 6 IC151 wk (XBCK)
Note:
• X : parts extracted from the component side.
• Y : parts extracted from the conductor side. 3.8Vp-p
• a : Through hole.
• b : Pattern from the side which enables seeing.
(The other layers' patterns are not indicated.)
354 nsec
Caution:
Pattern face side: Parts on the pattern face side seen from the 7 IC151 o; (FS4)
(Side B) pattern face are indicated.
Parts face side: Parts on the parts face side seen from the
(Side A) parts face are indicated.
3.2Vp-p

5.67 µsec

8 IC171 3

1.0Vp-p

22 nsec

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6-2. BLOCK DIAGRAMS – BD SECTION –

DIGITAL SIGNAL PROCESSOR,


EFM/ACIRC ENCODER/DECODER,
SHOCK PROOF MEMORY CONTROLLER,
ATRAC ENCODER/DECODER
IC151 (1/2)
15
IC151 (1/2)
TX
OVER WRITE EFMO ADDT ADDT
HEAD DRIVE 100 25 A
HR901 IC181, Q181, 182 FILI
SAMPLING DATAI
22 NC
(Page39)
60 RATE
OVER WRITE HEAD SCTX XBCKI OPTICAL
PCO CONVERTER 24 NC WAVE
RECEIVER DIGITAL IN

FILTER
59 LRCKI SHAPER
CLTV PLL 23 NC (OPTICAL)
62 IC600 IC611

MEMORY CONTROLLER
ENCODER/DECODER

ENCODER/DECODER
FILO
61

SHOCK PROOF
EFM/ACIRC

ATRAC
DIN0
19
48 47 DIGITAL
RF AMP, DIN1
OPTICAL PICK-UP 53
ASYO AUDIO 20
FOCUS/TRACKING ERROR AMP
MORFO

(KMS-260B/260E) MORFI INTERFACE DOUT


21
IC101
ASYI
I I 54 COMPA- DADT
1 RFO AGCI RF AGC RF RFI 26
RF AMP 46 40 38 57 RATOR XBCK
J J & EQ 28
2 LRCK
27
FS256
29 NC
DADT, BCK, LRCK
WBL EQ
B (Page39)
B.P.F. AUX
33 OSCI
16 BUFFER C
CLOCK
3T PEAK OSCO
F TEMP PEAK & 37 GENERATOR 17 D-RAM IC171 (Page39)
BOTTOM BOTM
B 36 IC153

D0 – D3
WBL
SUBCODE INTERNAL BUS

ADFG
C B

49, 48, 50, 51


ADIP PROCESSOR

1, 2, 24, 25
I J

DQ1 – DQ4
AT ADFM ADIN ADFG
D A B.P.F. 29 30 32 78 DEMODULATOR/
AMP
A A DECODER
4
B ABCD ABCD
5 I-V 35 CPU MONITOR
E C AMP INTERFACE
6 AMP CONTROL
D FOCUS FE F0CNT SPINDLE

A00 – A09
DETECTOR 7 34 79
ERROR AMP SERVO

34 – 31, 36 – 40, 45
C

5, 9 – 12, 14 – 18
D

SWDT

MNT0
MNT1
MNT2
MNT3
SPRD

DQSY
SQSY

SRDT
SENS
SPFD

SCLK
XLAT

A0 – A9
XINT
E E TE
8 I-V TRACKING 26
F F AMP SE
9 ERROR AMP 28 94 93 12 11 14 9 8 5 6 7 1 2 3 4
WBL

SHOCK
XBUSY
COMMAND
EQ
3T

AUTOMATIC APC XOE


ILCC LD/PD 43 22 OE
POWER CONTROL 11 XWE
AMP SERIAL/PARALLEL 47 3 WE
Q121, 122 V-I F0CNT SWDT
PD LD CONVERTER, 20 XRAS
CONVERTER 46 4 RAS
DECODER SCLK XCAS
44 23 CAS
LASER DIODE
LASER ON
APCREF

PD PD SWDT, SCLK
SWDT

SWITCH 10 D
SCLK
XLAT

Q101
(Page39)
12 16 17 18 18 20 25 58 32 31 33 50 59 48

XINT
DQSY
SQSY

SENS
SRDT
SWDT
SCLK
XLATCH

MNT1 (SHOCK)
MNT2 (XBUSY)
57 LDON
+3.3V
D+3V REG. +5V
52 DIG-RST
SYSTEM CONTROLLER
FOCUS/TRACKING COIL DRIVE, 54 WR-PWR IC190
SPINDLE/SLED MOTOR DRIVE
56 MOD IC1 (1/2)
IC141
LDOUT
LDIN

16
PSB
67 66
SPFD
M101 6 OUT4F IN4R 3
(SPINDLE)
M SPRD 83 10 13 67 65 66 75 74 63 64
8 OUT4R IN4F 4 RECP
APCREF

AUX1
ABCD
FE
TE
SE
PEAK
BOTM

XRST
S101
3 6 LIMIT-IN 55
(LIMIT IN)
AUTOMATIC
IN1
IN2

POWER VCC 1 +5V


SFDR CONTROL S103
27 OUT2F IN2F 29 92 LOADING UNREG OUT-SW 49
M102 VCC 8 (OUT SW)
(SLED) M SRDR ANALOG MUX MOTOR DRIVE +12V
25 OUT2R IN2R 30 91
IC440
OUT1
OUT2

REFERENCE
A/D CONVERTER VZ 5 VOLTAGE SWITCH S104
PLAY-SW 51
PWM GENERATOR

Q440,445 (PLAY SW)


DIGITAL SERVO 7 2
2-AXIS SIGNAL
DEVICE FCS+ FFDR PROCESS FROM CPU S105
21 OUT1F IN1F 19 88 INTERFACE REC-SW 53
FRDR M (REC POSITION)
(TRACKING)

23 OUT1R IN1R 18 89
(FOCUS)

XLRF 65 LD-LOW
XLAT M103
80
AUTO CKRF SCLK (LOADING) REFLECT 61
81
FCS–
SEQUENCER DTRF
82
SWDT
PROTECT 44 • SIGNAL PATH
DIGITAL SERVO SDA 5 60 SDA
TRK+ TFDR
12 OUT3F IN3F 14 86 SIGNAL PROCESSOR EEPROM S102 : PLAY (ANALOG OUT)
TRK– TRDR HF MODULE (REFLECT/PROTECT DETECT)
10 OUT3R IN3R 15 85
IC151 (2/2) SWITCH IC195 SCL 6 45 SCL
HIGH REFELECT RATE/
: REC (ANALOG IN)
IC102, Q131 – 134 WRITE PROTECT : REC (DIGITAL IN)
MOD
HF MODULE LOW REFELECT RATE/
UN-PROTECT

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MDS-JE470
– MAIN SECTION –

A/D, D/A CONVERTER

IC500 • SIGNAL PATH


J300 : PLAY (ANALOG OUT)
HIGH-PASS FILTER, A/D AINL
3 LINE AMP
: REC (ANALOG IN)
ADDT SDTO SUB- L ANALOG
A 13 DIGITAL CONVERTER AINR
(Page38)
ATTENUATOR BLOCK
TRACKTION 2 IC310 R IN

AUDIO
INTERFACE AOUTL+ LOW-PASS
CONTROLLER 26 MIX AMP FILTER
AOUTL– L
DADT, BCK,
DIGITAL D/A
25 IC360 (1/2) IC370 (1/2)
LRCK DADT SDTI ANALOG
B 14 ATTENUATOR, CONVERTER
OUT
BCK BICK SOFT MUTE BLOCK AOUTR+ LOW-PASS
(Page38) 12 28 MIX AMP
LRCK LRCK AOUTR– FILTER R
11 27
IC360 (2/2) IC370 (2/2)
MUTING
SWDT, SCLK SWDT CDTI CLOCK XTI Q181, 281
D SCLK
15
CCLK
CONTROL GENERATOR, 9 OSC
16 REGISTER CLOCK DIVIDER
(Page38)
17
CS INTERFACE IC550
PD X550 MUTING
45.1584MHz CONTROL SWITCH
19 Q380
1024FS
C
(Page38) REMOTE CONTROL
RECEIVER

IC781 D382 D381

IIC POWER

IIC CLK
40 39 24 3 4 38 81
IIC DATA
ADA,LATCH

ADA,RESET

A1 OUT

A1 IN

SIRCS

MUTE

STB
IIC DATA 30 +5V

5 6
15 XIN GND
X15 IIC DATA 29 3 4
10MHz SYSTEM CONTROLLER J800
13 XOUT PC LINK
IC1 (2/2) 1 2

P DOWN
S.RST
JOG0
JOG1
FLDT
FLCK
FLCS

IIC BUSY 23
KEY0 – KEY2 IIC POWER 28
GND
1 2 84 87 88 96,95,94 19 12
TR950
POWER
IIC BUSY TRANSFORMER
1 3
RECT
B
A

63 62 61 6 9 D431,432
ROTARY
DAT
CLK
CS

ENCODER
C769, R769
59 OSCI
IC600(2/2) +3.3V
+3.3V
REGULATOR
RECT
BUFFER D401-404
FL/LED DRIVER RST 60 (SYS)
OSC D409 D406 IC401 TR900
58 OSCO IC760 5
GND SW
4 +3.3V POWER
(BACKUP)
G13

CN406 TRANSFORMER
P1

P2

S1–S35 G1 – G12 D408

1 2 5 – 39 40 – 51 52 S713 AC
D726 l AMS L 3 RESET VCC 5 (TO FL750)
LED DRIVE
STANDBY Q726 PUSH ENTER BT406
IC406 LITHIUM
G1 – G12
S1 – S35

RESET BATTERY
FL DRIVE
Q767 –32V
–32V RECT
REGULATOR
(FL DRIVER (IC760) B–) D421
G13

IC421
S701 – 706, 711, 712, RELAY
FLUORESCENT INDICATOR TUBE S714-716, 721 – 724, RECT DRIVE
UNREG +12V
FL750 S726 D471, 472 Q911
AUDIO
CIRCUIT

D775 RECT
LED DRIVE UNREG –12V D466–467
MD LP
Q755

UNREG +12V
IC411 LOADING MOTOR
+5V DRIVER (IC440) B+ VOLTAGE
REGULATOR SELECTOR

RECT 115V 230V


+5V 3 OUT VIN 1
D411,412
S990
+3.3V
VT +3.3V
REGULATOR
(TO IC500)
Q490 SP

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6-3. PRINTED WIRING BOARD – BD Board – • See page 36 for Circuit Board Location. There are a few cases that the part isn’t mounted in
model is printed on diagram.
OPTICAL PICK - UP
BLOCK
(KMS - 260B/260E)
BD BOARD (SIDE B)
BD BOARD (SIDE A)

5 4

1 2 3

• Semiconductor

• Semiconductor
HR901
OVER B A Location
Ref. No. Location Ref. No. Location
WRITE HEAD
Location MAIN BOARD MAIN BOARD D181 D-3 IC181 D-3
Ref. No. Location CN1 CN2 D183 D-3 IC190 D-1
IC195 D-2
D101 A-1 (Page 45) (Page 45) IC101 A-3
IC102 B-3 Q121 B-3
Q101 B-1
IC141 C-1 Q122 B-3
Q131 C-1
IC151 C-2 Q181 D-3
Q132 B-1
IC153 C-3 Q182 D-3
Q133 B-1
IC171 D-2
Q134 B-1

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6-4. SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM – BD SECTION (1/2) – • See page 37 for Waveforms. • See page 52 for IC Pin Functions. • See page 50 for IC Block Diagrams.

BD
(KMS - 260B/260E)
BOARD
(2/2)
(Page 42)

BD
BOARD
(2/2)
(Page 42)

BD
BOARD
(2/2)
(Page 42)

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6-5. SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM – BD SECTION (2/2) – • See page 37 for Waveforms. • See page 53 for IC Pin Functions. • See page 50 for IC Block Diagrams.

BD
BOARD
(1/2)
MAIN
(Page 41)
BOARD(1/2)
CN2
(Page 43)

BD
BOARD
(1/2)
(Page 41)
MAIN
BOARD(1/2)
CN1
(Page 43)

BD
BOARD
(1/2)
(Page 41)

42 42
MDS-JE470
6-6. SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM – MAIN SECTION (1/2) – • See page 37 for Waveforms. • See page 56 for IC Pin Functions. • See page 51 for IC Block Diagrams.

1
2
3
4
5
6
7 MAIN
BOARD
8
(2/2)
9
(Page44)

JUMPER
CN2
27P

C680
10
11
LD-IN 12
LD-OUT 13
D-GND 14
PROTECT SW

MOD
PROTECT

WRPWR
SDA

LDON
SENS
SHOCK
REFRECT SW

REC-SW

PLAY-SW
REFRECT

DIG-RST
LIMIT-IN
REFRECT
SCL
SCL R61 CN1
10k R51 23P
SDA 10k
SDA
EEP-WP ADDT
EEP-WP ADDT
SHCK LRCK

C58 100p
SHOCK LRCK

R55 10k

R53 10k
XBUSY C62 DADT
0.1 DADT
XBUSY
BD SWDT
SWDT REG.GND
BOARD(2/2) OUT-SW BCK
OUT-SW BCK
CN102 SCLK
SCLK R49 MCK.GND
XLATCH 10k
XLATCH MCLK
R44

R46 10k
SRDT 10k
(Page42) SRDT D-GND
PLAY-SW L666

NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC*
NC*
NC*
NC
MODEL 3*
MODEL 2*
MODEL 1*
MODEL 0*
LOAD IN
LOAD OUT
LOAD LO
GND
NC
VCC
REFRECT
SDA
SHOCK
SENS
LD ON
MOD
LIMIT IN
WRPWR
REC-SW
DIG-RST
PLAY-SW
PLAY-SW JUMPER NC XBCKI
SENS R50

1SS133T-72
SENS JUMPER REG.GND
XLATCH

D382
DIG-RST STB XLATCH L662
DIG-RST OUT-SW NC LRCKI
JUMPER

R87 10k
R88 10k
R92 10k
R93 10k
R94 10k
R95 10k
R97 10k
SQSY *BEEP SW
SQSY OUT-SW XBUSY REG.GND
REC-SW * REC XBUSY L660
REC-SW FLCS EEP-WP NC DADTI
DQSY FLCS EEP-WP JUMPER BD
DQSY REG.+5V
WRPWR US,CND,SP *D.VOL 0 CE BOARD(2/2)
R1090 D-OUT
XINT
WRPWR 10k *D.VOL 1 SCL
SCL CN103
XINT JOG 0 PROTECT C657 L658 L657 C658 H.+5V (Page42)
C100
LIMIT-IN C87 0.01 JOG 0 IC1 PROTECT 10 0.1 JUMPER 0UH 0.1
LIMIT-IN JOG 1 H.GND
LDON JOG 1 M30803MG-107FP NC 50V DIN0
LDON DIN-0
R41
IOP IOP L:DIN1/H:CLIP 100k
C89 0.001 L653 M.GND
C88 R40 DIN1 0µH
MOD 0.01 DESTINATION EPM JUMPER LATCH
MOD R90 100k SYSTEM DIN-1
MODEL SEL ADA.LATCH
R1091 10k AEP,AUS,HK,UK CONTROLLER ADA.RESET M.GND
TIMER ADA.RESET C651 L651 C652
0.1 JUMPER 0.1 M.+5V
KEY 3 MUTE
KEY 2 M.+5V
CN3 KEY 2 XBCKI
15P L451 *R17
KEY 1
JUMPER KEY 1 CLIP-RX
PDOWN JUMPER US,CND,SP DIN0
AVSS CLIP-TX
SYS+3.3V KEY 0 10k AEP,AUS,HK,UK SCLK
R33
KEY 0 KB.CLK-CTL JUMPER
AC SCLK IC600 R437
VREF SCLK SN74HCU 04AN 1k
AC SRDT
AVCC SRDT
DISPLAY -32V SWDT

IIC POWER
L450 JUMPER SWDT

IIC BUSY
KB.DATA

IIC DATA
P.DOWN
BOARD

LRCKI
XOUT-T
DISP.GND

A1 OUT
SWDT

KB.CLK

IIC CLK
CNVSS
R100 R31

*BEEP
SIRCS

S.RST
WAVE

DQSY
A1-IN

XIN-T

XOUT

SQSY
BYTE
FLDT
FLCK
CN701

XINT
GND
100k JUMPER R435 R436

*NC
*NC
*NC

VCC
NMI
XIN
RMC
C426

56k 330k SHAPER


50V
22

RMC
FLCS
FLCS
FLCK
(Page47) FLCK
FLDT
FLDT
KEY0
KEY 0 Q380
JOG0 UN4111-TA R4
DIN1

R17 *
JOG 0 JUMPER
KEY1 MUTING
KEY 1
JOG1 CONTROL

FLDT
FLCK

RMC
JOG 1
KEY2 SWITCH
KEY 2
R614

IIC POWER
D381 47k

IIC BUSY

IIC DATA
1SS133T-72

IIC CLK
DQSY

SQSY

XINT
X15
10MHz
C601
0.01
R28
R23 10k
10k
R21 R22
10k 10k

R3
JUMPER C12 C19
0.1 C16 0.001
0.1

L668 R623
JUMPER 470k

R855 R851
JUMPER 10k
C166 R166
0.0001 22k
MIX R515
C171 100
0.0047 AMP SWDT R514 47 DADT
LOW-PASS IC360(2/ 2) CDTI SDTI
FILTER NJM4558D C161 R162 R516 C515
IC370(2/
2) R164 SCLK 100 100p R513 47 ADDT R554
Q181 C176 NJM4558D R172 R171 6 10k 220p 10k CCLK SDTO 330
R178 UN4216-TA 22 R176 5 1.5k 1.5k 7 C557
25V 680 R517 C516
330 MUTING LATCH 100 100p R512 47 BCK 10pF
CS BICK
7 C172 5
R181 0.001 8 R163 R161 C517
6 100p R511 47LRCK
C177 * 8 10k 10k CIF LRCK
470p
R177
100k ADA.RESET IC550
PD XTALE
C361 R381 R380 C519 TC7WHU04FU
100 R165 C165 150k 100k (TE12R)
16V 0.0001 0.001
22k M/ S XTI
C520 C522
R281 C366 220
R277 100 0.1 CLKO XTO
C277 * 100k IC500 10V OSC
470p 16V AK4524
IC360(1/ 2) R265
C276 C272 22k C265 TEST R491
22 0.001 NJM4558D 0.0001 R263 R261 VT C505 L506
R276 2 330
25V 680 R271 3 10k 10k 0.1 JUMPER
1.5k C523 C524
1 100 VD VA
1 AD/DA 0.1 C504
R278 10V C491 C490
3 R272 C261 100
330 Q281 *R181,281 4 2 CONVERTER AGND 10V L551 0.1 1000
UN4216-TA 1.5k 220p DGND JUMPER 6.3V
4
MUTING US,CND,SP R556
JUMPER D211 330 R492
AOUTL- VREF
AEP,AUS,HK,UK D111 1SS133T-72 1.2k
10k IC370(1/
2) R266 R264 R262 1SS133T-72 C492
C552 0.1
NJM4558D C271 22k 10k 10k AINL R552 R551 0.1 C550
AOUTL+ 330 1M
0.0047 C503 0.1
0.0022 C551
C266 AINR 100 Q490 IC611
AOUTR- C502 X550 2SC945TP-QP GP1F38R
0.0001 10V

L555 C554
0.0022 C612

1µH 0.001
45.1584MHz +3.3V
AOUTR+ VCOM 4.7
C501 REGULATOR 50V
C500 0.1

C555
C530 220

12p
C556 OPTICAL
0.1 10V 47pF C553 L552 L349 C611
4.7p JUMPER JUMPER 0.1 RECEIVER
L523 JUMPER L611
C316 IC310(2/ 2) 10µH
100 LINE C213 L522 JUMPER
2 NJM4558D 22 R215 1
16V 4 AMP 47
25V
1 2 DIGITAL IN
J300 3 (OPTICAL)
C531
4P C536 0.1 C532 3
R 0.1 0.1
ANALOG OUT L524 JUMPER C613
0.01
L
15
16
R MAIN
R212 C212 R213 D212 17
ANALOG IN C211 R211 15k 22 220k
BOARD
1SS133T-72 18
L 470p 33k 25V (2/2)
(Page44)
C113 20
C111 C112 R113 C311 6 22 R115
470p R111 R112 22 220k 100 25V 47
33k 15k 25V 16V
7
5 D112
8 1SS133T-72
IC310(1/ 2)
NJM4558D

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6-7. SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM – MAIN SECTION (2/2) – • See page 51 for IC Block Diagrams.

IC440
M54641L

LOADING DRIVER

R441
22k

R442
1 15k Q440,445
C442 Q440
0.01 UN4211-TA REFERENCE
2 VOLTAGE

C441 SWITCH
3 100 R443
16V 22k
4

Q445
2SA1175-HFE

D431
5 D433 R432 R431 1SS133T-72
1SS133T-72 680 100

R433
C432 330 C431
22 33 D432
25V 25V 1SS133T-72
R434
22k

D409
11EQS04
6 IC401
BA033T

D408
11EQS04
7
+3.3V
IC406
M62016L REGULATOR

D406 CN400
1SS133T-72
D401 11
RESET 11EQS04 D402
11EQS04
R406
220
C401
9 10000 D403 D404
R407 CN406 16V 11EQS04
10k 2P C404 11EQS04
100 C402
10V 0.1

C406 BT406
0.33 C405 ML1220
0.01
50V D411
8
11ES2-NTA2B
5
PT
BOARD
CN921
D412
MAIN 11ES2-NTA2B
(Page49)
BOARD
(1/2) D461
IC411 11ES2-NTA2B
M5F7805L
(Page43)
C412
0.1 C411 C461 1
10000 470 D462
+5V 16V 16V 11ES2-NTA2B
C416 REGULATOR
1000 FB465
6.3V FB460
0µH C466 0µH D466
470 11ES2-NTA2B
16V

D467
R423 100k 11ES2-NTA2B
FB410 JW

R424
R425 220 C425
220 47
50V
10
11
R420 C423
12 JUMPER 100
63V D421
D422 11ES2-NTA2
R422 C424
RD4.7EB2 120k
0.1

IC421
M5293L
13
14
-32V
REGULATOR
15
JW451
JUMPER
16 R911
2.2k Q911
2SD2144S-TP-UVW
RELAY
17 R912 DRIVE
47k
JW452
JUMPER
18

20

R805 R801
10k 10k
R808
220
IIC CLK
R807
220
IIC DATA

IIC POWER
IIC BUSY
R806
100
J800
L804 PC-LINK
4.7µH R802
C814 C804 100
0.1 0.1

L803 C800
JUMPER 0.1

(CHASSIS)

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6-8. PRINTED WIRING BOARD – MAIN SECTION – • See page 36 for Circuit Board Location.
There are a few cases that the part isn’t mounted in
model is printed on diagram.

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

DISPLAY • Semiconductor
BOARD
C CN701
Location
BD BOARD
CN102 (Page46)
A A Ref. No. Location
(Page40)

R554
L551
L450
C551 EP559 D111 B-12

R556

D111
D211
C450 C504
D112 C-12
L451 C552
D211 B-12

JW167
JW166
C426

R512
R511

R513
R514
D212 B-12
IC550 C500
CN3 JW127
D381 F-8

C505
JW128
CN2 R552 R551 IC500 C501 D382 E-7
JW129
10 20 JW143

JW131
D401 E-3

C550
B 1 26 X550 C502

L552
2 27 JW130 D402 E-2
5 15 25 JW144
D403 E-3

C553
L555

C522
C524
C503

C515
C516
C517
C519
JW145
C523 D404 E-2

JW152
JW151
JW150
JW149
JW146

JW137
JW136
JW135
JW134
JW133
JW132
BD BOARD

JW138
R515 D212

JW115 C555
C554
(CHASSIS) B CN103 R516 D112
D406 E-6

JW139

JW114

R261
R262
MAIN BOARD (Page40) JW126 R517 C520

JW147

JW142
JW141
JW140
JW125
D408 E-6
JW148 JW113

R161
1 5 15 23 D409 E-6

C530
C12 JW124
JW217 D411 F-2

R162
CN1 JW168 JW123

R115

R215
C 2 10 20 22 IC440 IC421
R4
C261
D412 F-2
EP940 C442 JW169 C161

L349
L506
L523

L522
L524
8 5 2 1 JW209 R40 JW122
C680 R17 C113 C213
1 5 JW170 R31
C658 C16 R163 R264 D421 E-4

R50

31

30
C424 JW171 R33 R92
Q440 R164 R263 D422 D-6

R49
Q445 R443 R422 R93

R423
C423
JW218 JW172 X15

C532
C441

C531
C165
L668 D431 D-2

JW210
JW211
JW173 R94

R424
E E C265
R441 D432 D-2

R46
R95

50
R442 C425 JW174 JW112 R165 R265
R97

R41
R44
D433 D-6
L660
L657

L651

L658

R420
L653

JW177
R425

R100
JW176

R61

R53
JW178

R55

R51
JW215

JW121 8 1

1
L666
L662

D422

C266
51

C166

IC360
JW216

JW120
D C651 D461 G-2

R432
R433
D433
R434

C58
JW175

C62

IC

10
C660 C431

JW180
JW219 C432

R166
C657 D462 G-2

R266
C401 5 4

JW179
JW220
JW229

R171 R271 D466 G-2


R431

R407
JW251

JW154
JW221

JW181
JW213 D467 G-2

JW153
C271
JW230

JW222 C100 C171

81
JW212
CN400 C89

80
JW119
D431

D402 D401 D409


IC401
D432

JW223 R172 R272


C88 JW118

JW183
JW182
11 D404 JW224 D408
JW117 C172 C272
1 2 3
10 JW225 IC1 D-9
JW252

D403 C87 JW116


5 1

JW184
PT BOARD

R23
JW226

R91
IC310 E-12

R1091
1 8 1

R90
R1090
JW187
C402

C536
D421

R87
R88
C19
CN921 R912 JW227 IC406

IC370
Q911

2 IC360 D-11

R406

R28
CN406
D406
E (Page48) JW228
C404 8 1
IC370 E-11

JW185
C411

JW189
CND,SP,US AEP,AUS,HK,UK
JW253

IC310
F 5
R911 JW231 C406 5 4
IC401 E-6

C405

JW192
JW191
JW190
BT406 JW451
C491

JW232 C361 5 4
JW233 C490 JW110 JW109 JW108 C311 IC406 E-6
JW155 C366
C416 JW111 IC411 F-3
JW199
JW198
JW197
JW196
JW195
JW194
JW193
1 JW156

JW186
JW239

IC421 C-6

D382
1 2 3 JW452 JW105 JW106 JW107
JW157
JW241

JW188
JW240

JW162
D381
IC440 C-4

JW201

JW164
JW163
FB410 IC411 E JW158
R491

JW103 JW104
Q490

JW200
C316
C492
R492

JW159 IC500 B-11


FB465

C942 C176
C461

R181
F

R176
JW247

C941 JW261 8 14

R851
C112 C212

R436
JW234

R113
R435

R281
IC550 B-10

C276
R276
D412
JW243

JW238

JW204
JW203
JW207
JW206

JW160

R213
JW237

IC600 IC600 F-9


JW235

E
L804

D411
L803

IC611 G-9

R380
Q380
R381
JW202 Q181 E Q281 E
JW250
JW249
JW248

JW245
JW246

R437
JW205
7 1

JW101
R614

C601
R22

R178
C623

R177
C804

R808
R805
R807
R801
R812

FB460

R277
R278

R111
R112

R212
R211
C612
C466
Q181 F-11

JW161
JW208

R806

D461
C814
JW242

Q281 F-11

C613
D462 C177 C277 C111 C211
R802

C621 C611 Q380 F-10


G D466 3 2 1 J300
JW236 Q440 C-5
D467 JW244
Q445 C-4
IC611
C800
R21

12
1-681-735- (12) Q490 F-6
DIGITAL Q911 E-3
5 6 IN L R L R
3 4 (OPTICAL)
ANALOG ANALOG
1 2
OUT IN
H J800 J300

PC LINK

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6-9. PRINTED WIRING BOARD – DISPLAY SECTION – • See page 36 for Circuit Board Location.
There are a few cases that the part isn’t mounted in
model is printed on diagram.

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

DISPLAY BOARD
S704
FL750 S703
R782 M
A C781 1 FLUORESCENT INDICATOR TUBE 59 LP719 M
C753

R715
S701

JW788
REC

JW789
10 20 30 40 50 z
1 2 3 S714
C782

S715 R704

R714
CLEAR
C769 INPUT
R705
JW785
IC781 JW784
R769 R760 C760 S716
REC MODE

JW798
C761
R781 R761 R721
IC760 R762
C762
R716 3 2 1
JW783 R763 C763 R702
JW799

JW791
C765
B JW782 R703
JW801 S706 S705

JW787
Q775 C751 JW792

R713
C764 H X

JW802
C766 R712
S702

JW786

R767
E x

JW794

JW793
S721 5
CN710 EJECT S713 4

JW796
S711 l AMS L S712
A

R775
4 R706 JW809 MENU/ PUSH ENTER

JW810
YES
JW804 JW808 NO

C709
JW806
JW811 JW805

Q767
1 JW807
JW781

D775
C JW812 12
MDLP E 1-681-736-
JW795 JW803 14 2 LP709 (12)
1 CN701

C767
15

S722 S723
S724
LEVEL/
C
PLAY MODE REPEAT DISPLAY/CHAR MAIN
BOARD
D CN3
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R723 R724 R725 • Semiconductor


KEY–SW BOARD Location
Ref. No. Location

E D726 F-1
D775 C-6
JW752

R726
IC760 B-4
E
Q726 IC781 A-2
R722
C740

S726 CN720 Q726 E-6


I/
4 Q767 C-7
AEP,AUS,HK, Q775 B-2
SP,UK
1
F
JW750
R1726

D726
JW751

STANDBY

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