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RRV3332
DV-393-S

DVD PLAYER

DV-393-S
DV-393-K
THIS MANUAL IS APPLICABLE TO THE FOLLOWING MODEL(S) AND TYPE(S).
Model Type Power Requirement Region No. Remarks

DV-393-S WYXZT5 AC220-240V 2

DV-393-S WVXZT5 AC220-240V 2

DV-393-S WYXZT/UR5 AC220-240V 5

DV-393-K WYXZT5 AC220-240V 2

DV-393-K WYXZT/UR5 AC220-240V 5

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

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


PIONEER ELECTRONICS (USA) INC. P.O. Box 1760, Long Beach, CA 90801-1760, U.S.A.
PIONEER EUROPE NV Haven 1087, Keetberglaan 1, 9120 Melsele, Belgium
PIONEER ELECTRONICS ASIACENTRE PTE. LTD. 253 Alexandra Road, #04-01, Singapore 159936
PIONEER CORPORATION 2006
T-ZZR MAR. 2006 printed in Japan
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SAFETY INFORMATION

A
This service manual is intended for qualified service technicians ; it is not meant for the casual do-
it-yourselfer. Qualified technicians have the necessary test equipment and tools, and have been
trainedto properly and safely repair complex products such as those covered by this manual.
Improperly performed repairs can adversely affect the safety and reliability of the product and
may void the warranty. If you are not qualified to perform the repair of this product properly and
safely, you should not risk trying to do so and refer the repair to a qualified service technician.

WARNING !

B THE AEL (ACCESSIBLE EMISSION LEVEL) OF THE LASER POWER OUTPUT IS LESS THAN CLASS 1
BUT THE LASER COMPONENT IS CAPABLE OF EMITTING RADIATION EXCEEDING THE LIMIT FOR
CLASS 1.
A SPECIALLY INSTRUCTED PERSON SHOULD DO SERVICING OPERATION OF THE APPARATUS.

LASER DIODE CHARACTERISTICS


FOR DVD : MAXIMUM OUTPUT POWER : 5 mW
WAVELENGTH : 650 nm
FOR CD : MAXIMUM OUTPUT POWER : 5 mW
WAVELENGTH : 780 nm

LABEL CHECK

Location: inside of the unit


CAUTION : VISIBLE AND INVISIBLE LASER RADIATION WHEN OPEN. AVOID EXPOSURE TO BEAM. 7260000356 SH
VORSICHT : SICHTBARE UND UNSICHTBARE LASERSTRAHLUNG,WENNABDECKUNG GEFFNET NICHT DEM STRAHL AUSSETZEN !
ADVARSEL : SYNLIG OG USYNLIG LASERSTRLING VED BNING UNDG UDSTTELSE FOR STRLING.
VARNING : SYNLIG OCH OSYNLIG LASERSTRLNING NR DENNA DEL R PPNAD BETRAKTA EJ STRLEN.
VARO! : AVATTAESSA ALTISTUT NKYV JA NKYMTTMLLE LASERSATEIL YLLE. L KATSO STEESEN.
CUIDADO : RADIACIN LSER VISIBLE E INVISIBLE AL ESTAR ABIERTO. EVITAR EXPOSICIN AL RAYO.

Additional Laser Caution


1.
Laser diode is driving with Q2303,Q2305(650nm LD) and Q2302,
Q2304(780nm LD)on the DVD MT PCB Assy.
Therefore, when short-circuit between the emitter and collector of these
transistors or the base voltage is supplied for transistors turn on, the
laser oscillates. (failure mode)
(Printed on the Rear Panel) In the test mode , there is the mode that the laser oscillates except
for the disc judgment and playback. LD ON mode in the test mode
oscillates with the laser forcibly.
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2. When the cover is open, close viewing through the objective lens with
the naked eye will cause exposure to the laser beam.

: See page 50.

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[Important Check Points for Good Servicing]


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

1 Use specified parts for repair.

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

2 Do not perform modifications without proper instructions.

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

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


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

4 Make sure the screws are tightly fastened.

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

5 Make sure each connectors are correctly inserted.

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

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

Please replace the wiring and cables to the original state after repairs.
In addition, be sure that there are no pinched wires, etc. C
7 Make sure screws and soldering scraps do not remain inside the product.

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

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

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

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

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

0 Safe environment should be secured during servicing. D


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

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

3. Lubricants, Glues, and Replacement parts


Use grease and adhesives that are equal to the specified substance.
Make sure the proper amount is applied.
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4. Cleaning
For parts that require cleaning, such as optical pickups, tape deck heads, lenses and mirrors used in projection monitors, proper
cleaning should be performed to restore their performances.

5. Shipping mode and Shipping screws


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

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CONTENTS
SAFETY INFORMATION ..................................................................................................................................... 2
1. SPECIFCATIONS ............................................................................................................................................. 5
2. EXPLODED VIEWS AND PARTS LIST ............................................................................................................ 6
A
2.1 PACKING SECTION .................................................................................................................................. 6
2.2 EXTERIOR SECTION................................................................................................................................ 8
2.3 06 DVD MECHA SECTION...................................................................................................................... 10
3. BLOCK DIAGRAM AND SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM .......................................................................................... 12
3.1 BLOCK DIAGRAM ................................................................................................................................... 12
3.2 POWER BLOCK DIAGRAM..................................................................................................................... 13
3.3 OVERALL WIRING CONNECTION DIAGRAM........................................................................................ 14
3.4 DVD MT PCB ASSY (1/6) ........................................................................................................................ 16
3.5 DVD MT PCB ASSY(2/6) ......................................................................................................................... 18
3.6 DVD MT PCB ASSY(3/6) ......................................................................................................................... 20
3.7 DVD MT PCB ASSY(4/6) ......................................................................................................................... 22
3.8 DVD MT PCB ASSY(5/6) ......................................................................................................................... 24
B 3.9 DVD MT PCB ASSY(6/6) ......................................................................................................................... 26
3.10 OPERATION 1, OPERATION 2 and OPERATION 3 PCB ASSYS ........................................................ 28
3.11 POWER PCB ASSY (1/2) ...................................................................................................................... 30
3.12 POWER PCB ASSY (2/2) ...................................................................................................................... 32
3.13 WAVE FORMS ....................................................................................................................................... 34
4. PCB CONNECTION DIAGRAM ..................................................................................................................... 37
4.1 LOADING and SW PCB ASSYS.............................................................................................................. 37
4.2 DVD MT PCB ASSY................................................................................................................................. 38
4.3 OPERATION 1, OPERATION 2 and OPERATION 3 PCB ASSYS .......................................................... 42
4.4 POWER PCB ASSY................................................................................................................................. 46
5. PCB PARTS LIST ........................................................................................................................................... 48
6. ADJUSTMENT ............................................................................................................................................... 49
C 6.1 WHEN REPLACING DVD DECK ............................................................................................................. 49
6.2 TEST MODE ............................................................................................................................................ 50
6.3 TEST MODE IN........................................................................................................................................ 51
6.4 DISC REMOVAL METHOD...................................................................................................................... 52
7. GENERAL INFORMATION ............................................................................................................................. 53
7.1 DIAGNOSIS ............................................................................................................................................. 53
7.1.1 DISPLAY SPECIFICATION OF THE TEST MODE............................................................................ 53
7.1.2 FUNCTIONAL SPECIFICATION OF THE SHORTCUT KEY ............................................................ 54
7.1.3 SPECIFICATION OF MODEL INFORMATION DISPLAY .................................................................. 55
7.1.4 FUNCTIONAL SPECIFICATION OF THE SERVICE MODE ............................................................. 56
7.1.5 METHOD FOR DIAGNOSING DEGRADATION OF THE LDS ON THE PICKUP ASSY .................. 57
7.1.6 TROUBLE SHOOTING ...................................................................................................................... 58
D 7.2 DISASSEMBLY ........................................................................................................................................ 61
7.3 DVD DECK SECTION.............................................................................................................................. 62
7.4 IC INFORMATION.................................................................................................................................... 66
7.5 DISC / CONTENT FORMAT PLAYBACK COMPATIBILITY ..................................................................... 78
8. PANEL FACILITIES ........................................................................................................................................ 80
8.1 FRONT PANEL SECTION ....................................................................................................................... 80
8.2 REMOTE CONTROL ............................................................................................................................... 81

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1. SPECIFCATIONS

A
Specifications

General
System . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . DVD player
Power requirements . AC 220to240 V, 50/60 Hz
Power consumption . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 W Video output
Power consumption (standby) . . . . . . 0.7 W Output level . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 Vp-p (75)
Weight . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.7 kg Jack . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . RCA B
Dimensions:
Audio output (1 stereo pair)
DV-393 . . . . . 420 (W) x 49.5 (H) x 214 (D) mm
Output level . . . . . . . . . . During audio output
Operating temperature . . . . . . . +5C to +35C 200 mVrms (1 kHz, 20 dB)
Operating humidity . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5% to 85% Number of channels . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
(no condensation) Jacks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . RCA

AV connector output Digital audio characteristics


AV Connector (21-pin connector assignment) Frequency response . . . . . . . . 4 Hz to 44 kHz
AV connector output . . . . . . . 21-pin connector (DVD fs: 96 kHz) C
This connector provides the video and audio
signals for connection to a compatible colour TV S/N ratio . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 115 dB
or monitor. Dynamic range . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 88 dB
Total harmonic distortion . . . . . . . . . . 0.0065 %
Wow and flutter . . . . . . Limit of measurement
(0.001% W. PEAK) or lower

Digital output
PIN no. Coaxial digital output . . . . . . . . . . . . . RCA jack
1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Audio 2/R out D
3 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Audio 1/L out Accessories
4 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . GND
Audio/video cable. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
7 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . B out
Power cable. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
8 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Status
Remote control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
11 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . G out
AA/R6P dry cell batteries . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
15 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . R out
Warranty card. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
17 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . GND
Operating Instructions
19 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Video out
21 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . GND
The specifications and design of this product are subject to E
Component video output change without notice, due to improvement.
Y (luminance) - Output level . . . 1 Vp-p (75 )
PB (color) - Output level . . . . 0.7 Vp-p (75 ) Published by Pioneer Corporation.
PR (color) - Output level . . . . . 0.7 Vp-p (75 ) Copyright 2006 Pioneer Corporation.
All rights reserved
Jack . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . RCA

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2. EXPLODED VIEWS AND PARTS LIST


NOTES: Parts marked by "NSP" are generally unavailable because they are not in our Master Spare Parts List.
The mark found on some component parts indicates the importance of the safety factor of the part.
A Therefore, when replacing, be sure to use parts of identical designation.
Screws adjacent to mark on product are used for disassembly.
For the applying amount of lubricants or glue, follow the instructions in this manual.
(In the case of no amount instructions, apply as you think it appropriate.)
2.1 PACKING SECTION
GUARANTEE CARD 6 POLYBAG,INSTRUCTION (RED CAUTION) For WVXTL type
12
2
INSTRUCTION BOOK (E) 7

INSTRUCTION BOOK (E/I) 8

B INSTRUCTION BOOK (G/F) 9 1


INSTRUCTION BOOK (S/H)10
INSTRUCTION BOOK (R) 17
7-10,17 14
"Operating Instructions" For WYXZT5, WYXZT/UR5 types
POLY BAG INSTA5
5 TRANSMITTER
CORD,RCA PIN
16
3 2
BATTERY,MANGAN
PACKAGE
1
C
4

PACKAGE

14

GIFT SHEET

13 Fr
on
D t
PACKAGE

14
PACKAGE

14

11
PACKAGE,PAD

15

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PACKING SECTION parts List
Mark No. Description Part No. Mark No. Description Part No.
> 1 Cord Set AC See Contrast table (2)
2 Cord, RCA Pin 06CPBA2006 11 Package.Pad 792WHA0604 A
3 Remote Control 07650KY040 12 Polyethylene Bag,Instruction JB5UD400
4 Battery Cover VNK4998 13 Gift Sheet 791WHA0100
NSP 5 Battery,Mangan (AR, R6P) 141L003010 14 Package See Contrast table (2)
15 Gift Box See Contrast table (2)
NSP 6 Guarantee Card J2I80202A
7 Instruction Book See Contrast table (2) 16 Poly. Bag 791WHAA040
8 Instruction Book See Contrast table (2) 17 Instruction Book See Contrast table (2)
9 Instruction Book See Contrast table (2)
10 Instruction Book See Contrast table (2)

(2) CONTRAST TABLE B


DV-393-S/WVXT5, /WYXZT/UR5, DV-393-K/WYXZT5, /WYXZT/UR5 and DV-393-S/WYXZT5 are constructed the
same except for the following :
DV-393-S/ DV-393-S/ DV-393-S/ DV-393-K/ DV-393-K/
Mark No. Symbol and Description
WYXZT5 WVXZT5 WYXZT/UR5 WYXZT5 WYXZT/UR5
> 1 Cord Set AC 1206158802 1206138802 1206158802 1206158802 1206158802
7 Instruction Book (English) Not used J2I80601B Not used Not used Not used
8 Instruction Book (English, Italian) J2I80221B Not used Not used J2I80221B Not used
9 Instruction Book (German, French) J2I80222B Not used Not used J2I80222B Not used
10 Instruction Book (Spanish, Duch) J2I80223B Not used Not used J2I80223B Not used

C
14 Package 792WHAA190 792WHAA191 792WHAA190 792WHAA190 792WHAA190
15 Gift Box 793WCD1734 793WCDD120 793WCD1734 793WCDD125 793WCDD125
17 Instruction Book (Russian) Not used Not used J2I80801B Not used J2I80801B

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2.2 EXTERIOR SECTION


20
NON-CONTACT
A SIDE 14
20
20
CONTACT SIDE 17

Refer to
"2.3 06 DVD MECHA ASSY".
5 18

20
18
PCB240 18
(POWER PCB ASS'Y)
B 19 4
19

19 6
18
20
21
F
21
25
19

11 24
C
12 21
23
12
16

16 19
13
19
10 19

D
8 A
PCBDF0 13
(OPERATION 3 PCB ASS'Y) 19
27 22
PCB280 1
(OPERATION 2 PCB ASS'Y) PCB130
G 22
(DVD PCB ASS'Y)

3
101G
101M
22
E
101N 101D C
101I

101E 101J 22

22

101B
101C
101H 22
101A 101F
101K 26
B
101 101L
2
F " FRONT PANEL SECTION". PCB270
(OPERATION 1 PCB ASS'Y)

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EXTERIOR SECTION parts List
Mark No. Description Part No. Mark No. Description Part No.

1 DVD MT PCB Assy A2I802A130 NSP 23 Sheet,Jack 1 7226310105


2 OPERATION 1 PCB Assy A2I802A270 NSP 24 Sheet,Jack 2 See Contrast table (2) A
3 OPERATION 2 PCB Assy A2I802A280 NSP 25 Sheet,Jack 3 See Contrast table (2)
> 4 POWER PCB Assy A2I802A240
5 DVD MECHA ASSY A2I802A650 NSP 26 Double,Face-Tape 7290000156
27 OPERATION 3 PCB Assy A2I802ADF0
6 Shield,21Pin 761WSA0237 101 Front Cabi Assy See Contrast table (2)
7 NSP 101A Cabinet,Front See Contrast table (2)
NSP 8 Plate,Bottom 702WSA0283 NSP 101B Plate, Display 711WPA0253
9
NSP 10 Sheet,Caution 726000A140 NSP101C Plate, Cover 711WPD0696
101D Flap,DVD 712WPD0184
11 Plate,Cover power 755WPAA031 NSP101E Badge,Brand See Contrast table (2) B
12 Holder,FFC 761WPA0396 NSP 101F Button,Frame 1 735WPA0874
13 Cushion,Leg VEB1349 NSP101G Button,Frame 4 735WPA0879
14 Cabinet,Top See Contrast table (2)
15 NSP 101H Button,Frame 2 See Contrast table (2)
NSP 101I Button,Frame 5 See Contrast table (2)
16 Cushion (15x20x16) 8965TS1015 NSP 101J Button,Frame 3 See Contrast table (2)
NSP 17 POP Label 7236310030 NSP 101K Button, Cap See Contrast table (2)
18 Screw,Tap Tite(S)-Bind Wash. 816423063U NSP101L Button, Cap 2 See Contrast table (2)
19 Screw,Tap Tite(S) (3x5.5) 8107D3055U
20 Screw,Tap Tite(B) (3x6.0) See Contrast table (2) NSP 101M Button, Cap 1 See Contrast table (2)
101N Spring,Flap-DVD 743WKA0052 C
21 Screw,Tap Tite(B)Pan (3x6) 810913060U
22 Screw,Tap Tite(P) (2.6x8) 811022680U

(2) CONTRAST TABLE


DV-393-S/WVXT5, /WYXZT/UR5, DV-393-K/WYXZT5, /WYXZT/UR5 and DV-393-S/WYXZT5 are constructed the
same except for the following :
DV-393-S/ DV-393-S/ DV-393-S/ DV-393-K/ DV-393-K/
Mark No. Symbol and Description
WYXZT5 WVXZT5 WYXZT/UR5 WYXZT5 WYXZT/UR5
14 Cabinet, Top 702WSB0114 702WSB0114 702WSB0114 702WSB0115 702WSB0115
20 Screw,Tap Tite(B) (3x6.0) 8109K3060U 8109K3060U 8109K3060U 8109K3060S 8109K3060S D
NSP 24 Sheet, Jack 2 7226310106 7226310106 7226310106 722631A074 722631A074
NSP 25 Sheet, Jack 3 7226310107 7226310107 722631A075 722631A076 722631A077
101 Front Cabi Assy 7A7010195A 7A7010195A 7A7010195A 7A701A684A 7A701A684A

NSP 101A Cabinet, Front 701WPJ1416 701WPJ1416 701WPJ1416 701WPJD263 701WPJD263


NSP 101E Badge, Brand 7236310014 7236310014 7236310014 7236310009 7236310009
NSP 101H Button, Frame 2 735WPB0328 735WPB0328 735WPB0328 735WPA0876 735WPA0876
NSP 101I Button, Frame 5 735WPB0329 735WPB0329 735WPB0329 735WPA0881 735WPA0881
NSP 101J Button, Frame 3 735WPB0330 735WPB0330 735WPB0330 735WPA0878 735WPA0878

NSP 101K Button, Cap 737WPB0005 737WPB0005 737WPB0005 737WPA0037 737WPA0037 E


NSP 101L Button, Cap 2 737WPB0006 737WPB0006 737WPB0006 737WPA0040 737WPA0040
NSP 101M Button, Cap 1 737WPJ0002 737WPJ0002 737WPJ0002 737WPDA001 737WPDA001

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2.3 06 DVD MECHA SECTION

34 9

18
14
Cannot supply separately.
AB If the repair is needed, replace the
Lubricating Oil LOADER SUB ASS'Y.
GYA1001 21

15
B

11

Daifree AB
GEM1036
AB
AB
AC
AB
AB 23
20
C
AB 4 Lubricating Oil
GYA1001
3 19
12
AC

29
6 CD2001 SW1 1 E
PCB610
Pickup leneses 5 (LOADING MOTOR PCB ASS'Y)
GEM1004 32
D GED-008 24 7
31

10 CD2302

8 Do not replace the parts. Because,


13 minute adjustments are needed if
this condition is disassembled
22 further more.
AA 22 If the repair is needed, replace the
16 DVD MECHA ASS'Y.
8
27 Grease
E GEM1018

25 2
26
30 17
SW2 PCB640 D
Note : (SW PCB ASS'Y)
28
33
CD2301

CLASS NOTE: Applying positions AA, AB and AC for the


PART NO. PART NAME MARK
grease are displayed for this section.
GREASE GEM1018 G-555G AA Check if the correct grease is applied for each
F GYA1001 G-313Y AB position.
GEM1036 FL-78A AC

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06 DVD MECHA SECTION parts List
Mark No. Description Part No.
1 Loading Motor PCB Assy A2F101A610
2 Gear,Middle 92P100117A A
3 Loading Motor 1515S98004
4 Pulley,Motor 92P100097A
5 FEED Motor 1515S98004

6 Cord Jumper (24P)(CD2001) 122J402202


7 Cord Jumper (CD2302) 122H051602
8 Insulator (F) 92P200013A
9 Belt,Loading 92P200015A
10 Insulator (R) 92P200016A

11 Frame,main 92P100119A B
12 Tray (B) 92P100127B
13 Holder ,Traverse 92P100125A
14 Gear,Pulley 92P100123A
15 Gear,Main 92P100124A

16 Gear,Feed 92P100116A
17 SW PCB Assy (PCB640) A2F101A640
18 Plate, Clamper 92P000023A
19 LOADER SUB ASSY (B) 92AAA0019B
20 Clamper 92P100122A
C
21 Screw,Pan (M1.7x3 P3) 814011730U
22 Screw,Pan (M1.7x2.3 P3) 814011723U
23 Rack,Loading 92P100121A
24 Gear,Motor 92P100088A
25 Feed Rack Assy 92AAA0017A

26 Screw,T-Tite(B) (M1.7x5.0 P3) 813381750U


27 Screw,Gear Feed 92P700007A
28 Cord Jumper (CD2301) 122H061605
29 Switch (SW1) 0515S32003
D
30 Push Switch (SW2) 0500101036

31 Screw,Tap Tite(P) (2.6x8) 811022680U


32 Sems.Tap Tite(P) (2x8) 816112080U
33 Screw (Bind 2x8) 811022080U
34 DVD MECHA ASSY A2I802A650

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F
E
B
A

D
C

12
1
1

C
(21Pin/D-Connector Block) SCART
IOA, V20
DVD A
Loader R, G, B
(DM-4) IC4003
X4001
RF, A, B, C, D, E, F, MD I Reset IC L/R
27MHz X'tal IC7302
BD5229 G-TR
27MHz C BUS SW
A SN74CBT325 Y, CB, CR,
/URST
IC7301 CVBS
OP U
LD_DVD, LD_CD LDO1, LDO2 Video Driver
(06SD)
3.1 BLOCK DIAGRAM

Q2302 ~ 2305 IC4001 4ch VID EO LA73054


U CVBS
LD Driver RF AMP
MPEG/u-CON Block
TR+/-, FO+ /-, DMSO, FMSO, MT1389E
MOT_LD+/-, TROPEN, TRCLO V Y

2
2

I/XP, LETTER, SQUEEZE


MOT_SLED+/-, TRSO, FOSO, STB
MOT_SPDL+/- IC2301 V1R4 108MHz Video Jack (J7302)
SPINDLE Motor Driver
MPEG-1/2/ TV Encoder RCA-405A-08
STEPING LA6565VR
SLED
JPEG IC8003 F
MOTOR D Video Decorder Audio AMP
Audio CODEC AUDIO_L/R RC4580 AMP_AUDIO_L/R

LIMIT, TRIN, TROUT, /Internal DAC


MUTE
OPO, OP+/-

DV-393-S
E
I2C

IC4002
MA1 ~ MA11,
8K EEPROM A, B L
DQ1 ~ DQ15,

3
3

A AT+3.3V A0 ~ A20, BR24L08FJ


/DCS, /DRAS, /DCAS ,
B +1.8V AD0 ~ AD7, /DWE, DBA0, DBA1 ,
C P.CON+5V /PRD, /PCE, /PW R Coa R
SDCLK, SDCKE, DDQM0
D P.CON+6V
DV-393-S / MPEG / FIP Block Diagram

IC4004 A IC4005 Coaxial


E AT+12V Audio Jack (J8003)
F P.CON+12V A 16Mbit(1Mx16)Flash 64Mbit SDRAM A (J8001)
RCA-207B-02
G -28V S29AL016D70TFI020 EM638165TS-7G RCA-117-01
IR

DI, DO, SCK, STB


POWER P.CON+12V
P.CON+5V IC651 A
SUPPLY FIP (V651)
3. BLOCK DIAGRAM AND SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM

A IR FIP Driver
P.CON+6V 8-BT-234GNK IC4006
PT6315 GR1 ~ GR8,
G B +1.8V REG A
AT+3.3V P1 ~ P16
LM1117S-ADJ

4
4

AT+3.3V
IR Receiver (OS651)
AT+12V for mute ROM-N340TAO
AC220V-240V
-28V
FLDC +/-
G_VIDEO
B_VIDEO J8101
CP503 R_VIDEO
(CP8001) 21PIN CONNECTOR
CVBS_VIDEO
PHOTO COUPLER
5

AUDIO_R

5
IC504 VOLTAGE CTL
PS2561AL1-1-V (W) IC501 AUDIO_L
KIA431A-AT P.CON +12V
FFC Q8102
ASP/FS 21 PIN CTL
CONNECTOR 21 PIN CTL
AT+3.3V
P-H/I-L
Q8104, Q8105
POWER CTL _RGB-H BLANKING_OUT
DVD_RGB_H_OUT
IC502
STR-A6151M

6
6

AT+12V for mute


POWER/21 PIN BLOCK DIAGRAM

Q510
3.2 POWER BLOCK DIAGRAM

P.CON +12V SW P.CON+12V


Q515
P.CON +5V SW P.CON+5V

AC IN
SWITCHING 6V REG P.CON+6V

DV-393-S
TRANS IC503
T501 PQ070XF01SZH

Q505

7
7

P.CON SW P.CON-H

AT+3.3V
FL DC -

Q504
FL + P.CON SW FL DC +

Q502
-28V P.CON SW -28V
8

8
13
E
A

D
C

F
B
1 2 3 4

3.3 OVERALL WIRING CONNECTION DIAGRAM

DEF086
PCBDF0
OPE3 PCB

G
POWER

OPERATION 3
GND(NC)

B
V+3E
LED

SW2

PCB ASSY
CP605

(A2I802ADF0) OPE1 PCB

B PCB270
1
2
3
4
5

DEF084
1
2
3
4
5

OPERATION 1
(CD604)

CD604(5P FFC) OPE2 PCB


122H051706 PCB280 CD602 PCB ASSY CD601
DEF085 (9P FFC)
(A2I802A270)
9
8
7
6
5

122H091303 (11P FFC)


122H0B1003 CP4002
5
4
3
2
1
CP604

CP603 (CD602) CP602 CP601


SW1 9 9 1 1 SW1 CLK 1 1 1 1 CLK
GND(NC)

POWER
SW2
V+3E

STOP 8 8 2 2 STOP DI (M to F) 2 2 2 2 DI (M to F)
LED

PLAY/+SKIP 7 7 3 3 PLAY/+SKIP STB 3 3 3 3 STB


PAUSE/-SKIP 6 6 4 4 PAUSE/-SKIP DO (F to M) 4 4 4 4 DO (F to M)
V+3E 5 5 5 5 V+3E IR 5 5 5 5 IR
C
C POWER
SW2
GND
4
3
2
4
3
2
6
7
8
6
7
8
POWER
SW2
GND
V+3E
DGND
DGND
6
7
8
6
7
8
6
7
8
6
7
8
V+3E
DGND
DGND

OPERATION 2 LED 1 1 9 9 LED FLDC+


-28V
9
10
9
10
9
10
9
10
FLDC+
-28V
PCB ASSY (CD602)
FLDC- 11 11 11 11 FLDC-
2 GND
1 Vout
OS651

3 B+

(A2I802A280) (CD601)

CD7301
(12P FFC)
CP503 122HC0C3002 CP7301
G/Y 12 12 1 1 G/Y
F 2/2 : 21PIN/D/DIGITAL AUDIO BLOCK

GND 11 11 2 2 GND
POWER PCB ASSY (A2I802A240)

CD507_8
B/CB 10 10 3 3 B/CB
AC230V-240V_50Hz J501
N GND 9 9 4 4 GND
1

D R/CR 8 8 5 5 R/CR
AC IN RGB-H 7 7 6 6 RGB-H
2

L FS 6 6 7 7 FS
21PIN CONNECTOR CVBS 5 5 8 8 CVBS

J8101 GND 4 4 9 9 GND


AUDIO L 3 3 10 10 AUDIO L
1

F F 1/2, F 2/2
F 1/2 : POWER BLOCK

GND 2 2 11 11 GND
NC
2

AUDIO R 1 1 12 12 AUDIO R
3

CP502 CP4003
5

(CD502)
NC
6

GND 1 1 1 1 GND
7

P.CON+12V 2 2 2 2 P.CON+12V
8

AT+12V for MUTE3 3 3 3 AT+12V for MUTE


9

GND 4 4 4 4 GND
10

NC P.CON+5V 5 5 5 5 P.CON+5V
11

P.CON+6V 6 6 6 6 P.CON+6V
E
12

NC GND(M) 7 7 7 7 GND(M)
13

AT+3.3V 8 8 8 8 AT+3.3V
14

AT+3.3V 9 9 9 9 AT+3.3V
15

P.ON-H 10 10 10 10 P.ON-H
16

GND(D) 11 11 11 11 GND(D)
17

FL DC- 12 12 12 12 FL DC-
18

FL DC+ 13 13 13 13 FL DC+
19

POWER PCB -28V 14 14 14 14 -28V


20

NC PCB024
DPF010 CP502(14P)
21

SCART
Cord Connector
CU3E3001

14 DV-393-S
1 2 3 4
5 6 7 8

When ordering service parts, be sure to refer to "EXPLODED VIEWS and PARTS LIST" or
"PCB PARTS LIST". A
The > mark found on some component parts indicates the importance of the safety factor
of the part. Therefore, when replacing, be sure to use parts of identical designation.
: The power supply is shown with the marked box.

(COMPOSITE)
DIGITAL OUT

VIDEO OUT
AUDIO OUT
H H2 H1 H2 H1 H2 H1
2 3 2 3 2 6 5
DVD MECHA ASSY
E
1
E
1
E
1
E
4 (A2I802A650)
COAXIAL DVD AUDIO OUT CVBS/Y/U/V
B
J8001 J8003 J7302
RCA-117-01 RCA-207B-02 RCA-405A-08 CP2301
F RTN 24 24 24 F RTN
F DRV 23 23 23 F DRV
T RTN 22 22 22 T RTN
T DRV 21 21 21 T DRV
NC 20 20 20 NC
DVD
GND 19 19 19 GND DRIVE
LD(DVD) 18 18 18 LD(DVD) DM-4PB
PD/GND 17 17 17 PD/GND
LD(CD) 16 16 16 LD(CD)
GND 15 15 15 GND
OPTICAL PICK-UP
DVD PCB VR(CD) 14 14 14 VR(CD)
PCB130 VR COM 13 13 13 VR COM
DMF072
VR(DVD) 12 12 12 VR(DVD)
A 11 11 11 A
B 10 10 10 B
C
VRF(RF_OUT) 9 9 9 VRF(RF_OUT)
SW1(DVD/CD) 8 8 8 SW1(DVD/CD)
C 7 7 7 C

A A 1/6- A 6/6 D
E
6
5
6
5
6
5
D
E
VCC 4 4 4 VCC
DVD MT PCB ASSY (A2I802A130) VS 3 3 3 VS
F 2 2 2 F
A 1/6 : MPEG/MICON/RF-AMP BLOCK GND 1 1 1 GND

A 2/6 : MEMORY BLOCK D SW PCB ASSY


A 3/6 : LOADER/MOTOR DRV BLOCK (A2F101A640)
CD2301
CP2303
A 4/6 : AUDIO JACK BLOCK SP1+ 1 1 1 SP1+
M
M2601 JCV9B12
SPINDLE MOTOR
D
A 5/6 : VIDEO JACK BLOCK SP1-
SLD+
2
3
2
3
2
3
SP1-
SLD+
M2602 BCZ3B05
SLED MOTOR
SLD- 4 4 4 SLD- M
A 6/6 : POWER PORT BLOCK LIMIT SW 5 5 5 LIMIT SW
SW(GND) 6 6 6 SW(GND)
SW2
ESE22MH22

LOADING MOTOR
E PCB ASSY
CD2302(A2F101A610)
CP2302
CLOSE 1 SW-2(CLOSE) SW1
GND(D) 2 GND(SW) SSS-28-5
OPEN 3 SW-1(OPEN)
LD+ 4 LD+
M E
LD- 5 LD- M2603
BCZ3B05
LOADING MOTOR

D E
DV-393-S 15
5 6 7 8
1 2 3 4

3.4 DVD MT PCB ASSY (1/6)

A
A 1/6 DVD MT PCB ASSY (A2I802A130)
MPEG/MICON/RF-AMP BLOCK

FROM/TO
LOADER/MOTOR DRV

(RF)
A 3/6

(D) (D)
(A) (A)
(B) (B)
(C) (C)
(RF) (RF)

FROM/TO MEMORY

C (E) (E)
(F) (F)

D
A 2/6

E 7

8
EEPROM

A 1/6
16 DV-393-S
1 2 3 4
5 6 7 8

NOTE:THE DC VOLTAGE EACH PART WAS NOTE:THIS SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM IS THE LATEST AT THE TIME
MEASURED WITH THE DIGITAL TESTER OF PRINTING AND SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE
DURING PLAYBACK.
A

(R/CR)
(B/CB)
(G/Y)

A 6/6

(R/CR) B
(B/CB)
(G/Y)
3
A 5/6

C
(RF)
: RF SIGNAL ROUTE
A 4/6
: VIDEO SIGNAL ROUTE
(SY) 2
: S VIDEO SIGNAL ROUTE (Y ch)
(SC)
: S VIDEO SIGNAL ROUTE (C ch)
(R/CR)
: VIDEO SIGNAL ROUTE (R/CR ch)
(G/Y)
: VIDEO SIGNAL ROUTE (G/Y ch)
(B/CB)
: VIDEO SIGNAL ROUTE (B/CB ch)
(D)
: AUDIO DATA SIGNAL ROUTE
(DA)
: AUDIO SIGNAL ROUTE (Digital) D

E
B CP601
RESET IC

A 1/6
DV-393-S 17
5 6 7 8
1 2 3 4

3.5 DVD MT PCB ASSY(2/6)

A
A 2/6 DVD MT PCB ASSY (A2I802A130)
MEMORY BLOCK

A 1/6

A 1/6

A 2/6
18 DV-393-S
1 2 3 4
5 6 7 8

S29AL016D70TFI020

NOTE :THIS SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM IS THE LATEST AT THE TIME NOTE : THE DC VOLTAGE EACH PART WAS
OF PRINTING AND SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE MEASURED WITH THE DIGITAL TESTER
DURING PLAYBACK. A 2/6
DV-393-S 19
5 6 7 8
1 2 3 4

3.6 DVD MT PCB ASSY(3/6)

A
A 3/6 DVD MT PCB ASSY (A2I802A130)
LOADER/MOTOR DRIVE BLOCK

CP2301

(F) (F)

(E) (E)
(D) (D)
(C) (C)

(RF) (RF)
B (B) (B)
To PICKUP

(A) (A)

CP2302
CD2302
D

CP2303
CD2301

MOTOR DRIVER
E

ATTENTION : LES PIECES REPAREES PAR UN ETANT


DANGEREUSES AN POINT DE VUE SECURITE
CAUTION : SINCE THESE PARTS MARKED BY
CRITICAL FOR SAFETY,USE ONES
ARE

A 3/6 NUTILISER QUE CELLS DECRITES


DANS LA NOMENCLATURE DES PIECES.
DESCRIBED IN PARTS LIST ONLY.

20 DV-393-S
1 2 3 4
5 6 7 8

(RF)
: RF SIGNAL ROUTE A

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

A 1/6 B

(RF)

A 6/6

F
NOTE : THE DC VOLTAGE EACH PART WAS NOTE : THIS SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM IS THE LATEST AT THE TIME
MEASURED WITH THE DIGITAL TESTER OF PRINTING AND SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE.
DURING PLAYBACK.
A 3/6
DV-393-S 21
5 6 7 8
1 2 3 4

3.7 DVD MT PCB ASSY(4/6)

A
A 4/6 DVD MT PCB ASSY (A2I802A130)
AUDIO JACK BLOCK

(DA)
A 6/6

(DA)

B 11
(DA)
(DA)

(DA)
A 1/6

NOTE : THE DC VOLTAGE EACH PART WAS NOTE : THIS SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM IS THE LATEST AT THE TIME

A 4/6 MEASURED WITH THE DIGITAL TESTER


DURING PLAYBACK.
OF PRINTING AND SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE.

22 DV-393-S
1 2 3 4
5 6 7 8

(DA)
: AUDIO SIGNAL ROUTE (Digital)
B
: AUDIO SIGNAL ROUTE (L ch)

9
D

10

CAUTION : DIGITAL TRANSISTOR CAUTION : DIGITAL TRANSISTOR F

A 4/6
DV-393-S 23
5 6 7 8
1 2 3 4

3.8 DVD MT PCB ASSY(5/6)

A
A 5/6 DVD MT PCB ASSY (A2I802A130)
VIDEO JACK BLOCK

(SC)

B A 1/6 (R/CR) (SC) (SC)


(B/CB)
(G/Y)
(SC)
(SY)

(SY)

(GY)

(GY)

C (B/CB) (B/CB)

(R/CR) (R/CR)

A 6/6

A 6/6
D

: VIDEO SIGNAL ROUTE


(SY)
: S VIDEO SIGNAL ROUTE (Y ch)
(SC)
: S VIDEO SIGNAL ROUTE (C ch)
(R/CR)
: VIDEO SIGNAL ROUTE (R/CR ch)
(G/Y)
: VIDEO SIGNAL ROUTE (G/Y ch)
E (B/CB)
: VIDEO SIGNAL ROUTE (B/CB ch)

: AUDIO SIGNAL ROUTE (L ch)

NOTE : THE DC VOLTAGE EACH PART WAS NOTE : THIS SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM IS THE LATEST AT THE TIME

A 5/6 MEASURED WITH THE DIGITAL TESTER


DURING PLAYBACK.
OF PRINTING AND SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE.

24 DV-393-S
1 2 3 4
5 6 7 8

(G)

CP503
(B)

(R)

F 1/2
B
(G)
(B)
(R)

(SC)
(SY)

(G)

(GY)

(B)

(B/CB) (R)

(R/CR)

(R/CR) E

13
14 15
12

CAUTION: DIGITAL TRANSISTOR CAUTION: DIGITAL TRANSISTOR F

A 5/6
DV-393-S 25
5 6 7 8
1 2 3 4

3.9 DVD MT PCB ASSY(6/6)

A
A 6/6 DVD MT PCB ASSY (A2I802A130)
POWER PORT BLOCK

C REG+1.8V IC
IC4006
LM1117S-ADJ

VIN VOUT ADJ


3 2 1
3.3 1.8 0.6

W820

6.3V 47 KA R4011 R4012


0.1 B
C4094

FROM/TO POWER 15 68 +-1%


C4095
C4093

C4086

1B
16V 1 B

C4096
1B

1B
C4087

39 +-1%
R4013
CP4003 (CP502)
A2001WV2-14P
D 1 GND
2 P.CON+12V
3 AT+12V for MUTE
4 GND
0.001 B

0.001 B
CP502

5 P.CON+5V
C4112

C4116

6 P.CON+6V
7 GND(M)
8 AT+3.3V +3.3V TP4002
F 1/2

9 AT+3.3V
10 STBY L
11 GND(D)
12 FL DC-
E 13 FL DC+
14 -28V

ATTENTION :LES PIECES REPAREES PAR UN ETANT


DANGEREUSES AN POINT DE VUE SECURITE CAUTION :SINCE THESE PARTS MARKED BY ARE
CRITICAL FOR SAFETY,USE ONES
NUTILISER QUE CELLS DECRITES DESCRIBED IN PARTS LIST ONLY.
DANS LA NOMENCLATURE DES PIECES.

A 6/6
26 DV-393-S
1 2 3 4
5 6 7 8

FROM/TO AUDIO/VIDEO/JACK

V+5V (VIDEO/OPT/COAX)
V+5V
V+12AT(AUDIO MUTE)
V+12AT
B4002 V+12 (AUDIO AMP)
V+12
A 4/6
MMZ1608R102CT D_GND
ADACVDD REG
Q4001
KTC3875S_Y_RTK
W825 5.0 W826
B

+-1%
3.3
R4035

430

R4021

100K
3.9

C4104

0.1 B
+-1%

C4078
R4008

1.5K

1B
FROM/TO LOADER/MOTOR DRV

V+6A (MOTOR)
V+6A
B4001 V+5S (OPU)
V+5S
MMZ1608R102CT V+3F (F/E)
V+3F A 3/6
D_GND
M_GND

FROM/TO MPEG/MICON/DSP
W822 V+3 (MPEG/SDRAM/FLASH)
V+3
W821 V+3E (FIP/LED/IR/RESET)
V+3E
V+1R8 (CORE)
V+1R8
V+3A
6.3V 220 YK

ADAC_GND A 1/6
0.001 B
C4100
1B
C4098

C4099

PWDN#
FLDC-
D
0.01 B

FLDC+
C4056

-28V
D_GND

FROM/TO MEMORY

D_GND A 2/6

PCB130
DMF072 E

NOTE :THE DC VOLTAGE EACH PART WAS NOTE : THIS SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM IS THE LATEST AT THE TIME
MEASURED WITH THE DIGITAL TESTER OF PRINTING AND SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE.
DURING PLAYBACK.

A 6/6
DV-393-S 27
5 6 7 8
1 2 3 4

3.10 OPERATION 1, OPERATION 2 and OPERATION 3 PCB ASSYS

OPERATION 1 PCB ASSY


SW652 : DOWN
SW653 : ENTER
SW654 : RIGHT B OPERATION 1 PCB ASSY
(A2I802A270)
SW655 : RETURN
SW656 : MENU
B SW657 : UP
SW658 : TOPMENU
SW659 : LEFT
SW661 : HOMEMENU
SW666 : EJECT

OPERATION 2 PCB ASSY


SW660 : STOP
SW662 : +SKIP
SW663 : PLAY
C SW664 : - SKIP
SW665 : PAUSE

OPERATION 3 PCB ASSY


SW667 : POWER

G OPERATION 3 PCB ASSY


(A2I802ADF0)

F
C OPERATION 2 PCB ASSY
(A2I802A280)

B C G
28 DV-393-S
1 2 3 4
5 6 7 8

A 1/6
CP4002

NOTE : THE DC VOLTAGE EACH PART WAS NOTE : THIS SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM IS THE LATEST AT THE TIME
MEASURED WITH THE DIGITAL TESTER
DURING PLAYBACK.
OF PRINTING AND SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE.
B
DV-393-S 29
5 6 7 8
1 2 3 4

3.11 POWER PCB ASSY (1/2)

A
F 1/2 POWER PCB ASSY (A2I802A240)
POWER BLOCK
W804
W803

250V 0.0022 KX

250V 0.001 KX
CHASSIS GND

C516

C518
D505

1N4005-EIC

D502

ECQP
100K 1/2W
1N4005-EIC

400V 82 UP
1.5M 1/2W
B

R512_1

C515_1

400V 0.01
R503

C511
275V 0.22 ECQUL

2KV 47P SL
D503

RL106F-E
C513
0

D509
50T016H 34 16
1N4005-EIC
F501
C502_1

T1.6A_L_250V 12 130 0
2 15
D506
AC220V-240V_50Hz/60Hz(EU) 130 0
L501 1N4005-EIC 3 14
CD501_2
SS11V-03550-CH
06158802 FH501 FH502
PAL/NTSC
J501 EYF-52BCY EYF-52BCY 130
4 13
0
N NC
1

W4BRH3.5X6X1.0X2
0
12
1.6A 250V
2

L
0 0
YKE31-0148N B501 6 11
AC INLET
C 0
7 10
-22.5
1H3-E
D511

0 -22.5
NC 8 9

T501
81291354

D515

1S40-E
130 130 0N C 130
8 7 6 5
IC502
POWER CTL IC

FB/OLP STARTUP
NC
D

D
STR-A6151M

D
GND
OCP

VCC

1 2 3 4
PRI SEC
C514
0.1 17.5 0 3.9
500V 470PB

D513 R505 PHOTO


2KV 100PR

1H3-E 22 1/4W COUPLER


C505

R507 IC504
PS2561AL1-1-V(W)
MTZJ5.6B-EIC

10 1/4W 3.9 10.9


D508

1
1.8 1W

680P CH

0 9.9
34
50V 10 YK

R515
C508

C509
50V 2.2 KA
R502

C506
R504

680K

1K
C540

0.01 B
R513 C503

E 10K 1/4W 0.1 B

IC501 KIA431A-AT

NOTE FOR FUSE REPLACEMENT VOLTAGE


CTL
CAUTION - FOR CONTINUED PROTECTION AGAINST RISK OF FIRE.
REPLACE WITH SAME TYPE AND RATINGS OF FUSE. OUT GND IN
3 2 1
9.9 0 2.5

1.6A 125V CAUTION : SINCE THESE PARTS MARKED BY


CRITICAL FOR SAFETY,USE ONES
ARE

F DESCRIBED IN PARTS LIST ONLY.


CAUTION : REPLACE
FOR CONTINUED PROTECTION AGAINST FIRE HAZARD,
ONLY WITH THE SAME TYPE FUSE
1.6A 125V{F501}
ATTENTION : DANGEREUSES
LES PIECES REPAREES PAR UN ETANT
ATTENTION : POUR UNE PROTECTION CONTINUE LES RISQUES DINCEIE AN POINT DE VUE SECURITE
F 1/2 NUTILISER QUE DES FUSIBLE DE MEME TYPE
1.6A 125V{F501}
NUTILISER QUE CELLS DECRITES
DANS LA NOMENCLATURE DES PIECES
30 DV-393-S
1 2 3 4
5 6 7 8

IC503 PQ070XF01SZH
REG P.CON+12V SW A
Q510 6V REG
KTA1281_Y

1/4W
W817 (DVD MOTOR)

820 +-1% 5.6K +-1%

24

R524
12.9 12.6

R541

1K
12.3 IN OUT GND
1234

R542
12.3

1/4W
REG+12V CTL 7.0 5.9 0 1.2
5.0 Q509 12.9
R545 R546
D512 KTC3875S_Y_RTK 5.1
4.5 REG+12V CTL 22K +-1% 3.3K +-1% 1/4W
FR155-F Q511 4.5

16V 100 YK

16V 330 YK
KTC3875S_Y_RTK D534 P.CON SW
25V 470 YK

4.7K +-1%
Q505

C531

C535
R509

6.8K +-1%
C523

KRC102SRTK

MTZJ4.3B-EIC
0

R543
1SS133

680 1/4W
1K

R540
CORD CONNECTOR

R526

D517
2.8
0 CD502
C501 CU2E3301

W814
0.01 B
FROM/TO POWER PORT
C507 R519 B
R525 0.01 B 3.3K
P.CON+5V REG
CP502 (CP4003)
100 A2001WV2-14P
D510 Q515 2SD1835S/T-AA L503 GND
GND 1
FR155-F 7.0 5.1 22uH TSL0808 P.CON+12V 2

A 6/6 CP4003
5.8 AT+12V for MUTE 3
R547

YK
GND 4

6.3V 220 YK
16V 1000 FM

10V 100 YK

22
C538
P.CON+5V 5
C521

C536
C527

6.3V 220
P.CON+6V 6
GND(M) 7
AT+3.3V 8
C541
6.3V 1000 FM
50V 100 YK

MTZJ5.1B-EIC

6.3V 470 YK
AT+3.3V 9
C522

0.01 B
D528
C520

C526
P.ON-H 10
GND(D) 11
D527 L505 FL DC- 12
SR240-F 22uH FL DC+ 13
-28V P.CON SW
D531 -28V 14 C
Q502 KTC3209_Y
D519 R511 28.4 R529 MTZJ27B-EIC

1F5-E 68 1/4W 28.4 2201W


27.8
C528
FROM/TO 21PIN/D-TERMINAL/DIGITAL
22K 1/4W

50V 2.2 KA
R528

P.CON+D5V
-28V CTL
Q503 AT+3.3V
6.8 KTA1504S_Y_RTKR531 P.CON+12V
0
AMP_A_OUT_R
R510_1 0.6 10K AMP_A_OUT_L
19.0
MTZJ5.1B-EIC
25V 220 YK

MTZJ3.0B-EIC

3.3 1W 19.0 FL+ P.CON SW G/Y_VIDEO


Q504 F 2/2
D535

B/U_VIDEO
D536

19.7 KTA1281_Y
C517

R/V_VIDEO
CVBS/C_VIDEO
P-H/I-L_RGB-H
R530

1/4W
560

ASP/FS
A_GND
21.5 R534 100 D
1/4W
20.8 FROM/TO AUDIO/VIDEO JACK
21.6 20.7
FL+ CTL R544 A/V for 21PIN
0
Q512
KTC3875S_Y_RTK FL+ CTL 10K
CP503 (CP8001)
IMSA-9604S-12C
Q513 0.6 G/Y_VIDEO
R537 D533 G 12
KTA1504S_Y_RTK
GND 11
1K MTZJ2.2B-EIC
R548 B/U_VIDEO
B 10
R514 D516 1K GND 9
10K
R536

R/V_VIDEO FFC(1.25mm pitch)


R 8
1K 1/4W 1SS133
P-H/I-L_RGB-H
RGB-H 7 CD7301
ASP/FS
FS 6 2H0C3002
CVBS/C_VIDEO
1SS133

CVBS 5
D525

GND 4
A 5/6
1SS133

1SS133

1SS133
R516

AMP_A_OUT_L
D520

D521

D522

AUDIO L 3
CP7301
10

GND 2
4.7K 1/4W

AMP_A_OUT_R
AUDIO R 1 E
1/4W
1.2K +-1%

R539
R517

100
R506
3.3K +-1%

22K

PROTECT
R538
R518

Q506
KTA1504S_Y_RTK
9.9 3.2
PROTECT R527
0 0
MTZJ3.6B-EIC

Q501
YK

KTC3875S_Y_RTK 100 3.2


0
R523

C519

D523

1/4W
22K

PCB240
35V 22

DPF010

F
CAUTION: DIGITAL TRANSISTOR
NOTE : THIS SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM IS THE LATEST AT THE TIME NOTE : THE DC VOLTAGE EACH PART WAS
OF PRINTING AND SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE MEASURED WITH THE DIGITAL TESTER
DURING PLAYBACK.
F 1/2
DV-393-S 31
5 6 7 8
1 2 3 4

3.12 POWER PCB ASSY (2/2)

A
F 2/2 POWER PCB ASSY (A2I802A240)
21PIN/D/DIGTAL AUDIO BLOCK

FROM/TO POWER

AT+3.3V
P.CON+12V
P-H/I-L_RGB-H
ASP/FS
AMP_A_OUT_R
AMP_A_OUT_L

F 1/2
(G) (G) (G)
G/Y_VIDEO
(B) (B) (B)
B/U_VIDEO
(R) (R)
R/V_VIDEO
C
CVBS/C_VIDEO
1 1/4W

A_GND
(R)
R8120

0.1 B
C8105

470 1/4W
R8103
R8104

6.8K

Q8101
21PIN CTL IN Q8102
12.1
R8105 21PIN CTL DRV
D KTC3875S_Y_RTK 11.4
KTA1504S_Y_RTK
390 1/4W
11.4 12.1
D8101

1SS355

R8101
0
4.7K 1/4W
R8108

8.2K

0
0.001 B
C8106
0.01 B

R8102

56K
C8101

E CAUTION: DIGITAL TRANSISTOR CAUTION: DIGITAL TRANSISTOR

F 2/2
32 DV-393-S
1 2 3 4
5 6 7 8

: VIDEO SIGNAL ROUTE


(R)
: VIDEO SIGNAL ROUTE (R ch)
(G)
: VIDEO SIGNAL ROUTE (G ch)
(B)
: VIDEO SIGNAL ROUTE (B ch)
: AUDIO SIGNAL ROUTE (L ch)

21PIN CONNECTOR B
25 J8101
MRC-021V-07_A
R8114
21PIN_R

1
220 +-1% 26 NC

2
R8115
21PIN_L

3
220 +-1%

0.001 B

0.001 B

4
C8107

C8111

5
NC

6
(B)

7
L8101
21PIN_CTL

8
10uH 0305
21

10
C8112 NC
(G) R8110 (G) (G)
G/Y_VIDEO_OUT

11
6.3V 1000 YK 56 +-1% 22 C

12
C8113 NC
(B) R8111 (B)
B/U_VIDEO_OUT
23

13
6.3V 470 YK 56 +-1%

14
C8114 R8112 (R) (R)
(R) R/V_VIDEO_OUT

15
6.3V 470 YK 56 +-1% BLANKING_OUT

16
24

17

18
C8115 R8113
CVBS_VIDEO_OUT

19
33P CH
C8116
6.3V 1000 YK 75 +-1%

20
NC

21
3.3 DVD_RGB_H_OUT
Q8105
0 KRA102SRTK
3.2 D
0
3.2 R8109
DVD_RGB_H_OUT
Q8104 68 +-1%
0 KRC104SRTK

PCB240
DPE010

NOTE : THIS SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM IS THE LATEST AT THE TIME NOTE : THE DC VOLTAGE EACH PART WAS E
OF PRINTING AND SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE. MEASURED WITH THE DIGITAL TESTER
DURING PLAYBACK.

F 2/2
DV-393-S 33
5 6 7 8
1 2 3 4

3.13 WAVE FORMS

A
A DVD MT PCB ASSY
NOTE: The following waveforms were measured at the point of the corresponding
balloon number in the schematic diagram

IC4002 - pin 6 (SDCL) VIDEO JACK J7302 -pin 6 (CVBS)

50s 10s
1.0V 200mV

7 12

B
IC4001 - pin 136 (SDCLK) J7302 -pin 5 (Y)
IC4002 - pin 5 (SDA)
2ns 50s 10s
1.0V 1.0V 500mV

2 8 13

C
IC4001 - pin 159 (ASPDIF) AUDIO JACK J8003-pin 3 (L) J7302 -pin 3 (U)
200ns 20s
500s
1.0V 500mV
1.0V

3 9 14

D
J8003-pin 2 (R) J7302 -pin 2 (V)
20s
500s
500mV
1.0V

10 15

E
TP4086 (FP-SCK) J8001-pin 2 (H)
20 s 200ns
1.0V 500mV

6 11

F
.

34 DV-393-S
1 2 3 4
5 6 7 8

A
J8101-pin 1 (21Pin-R)

200s
1.0V

25

21PIN/D-TERMINAL/DIGITAL AUDIO
B
J8101 - pin 11 (G/Y_VIDEO_OUT) J8101-pin 3 (21Pin-L)
20s 200s
500mV 1.0V

21 26

C
J8101 - pin 7 (B/U_VIDEO_OUT) DISPLAY IC651 -pin 5 (OSC)

20s 1s
500mV 500mV

22 30

J8101 - pin 15 (R/V_VIDEO_OUT)

20s
500mV

23

J8101 - pin 19 (CVBS_VIDEO_OUT)


20s
500mV

24

DV-393-S 35
5 6 7 8
1 2 3 4

36 DV-393-S
1 2 3 4
5 6 7 8

4. PCB CONNECTION DIAGRAM


4.1 LOADING and SW PCB ASSYS
NOTE FOR PCB DIAGRAMS :
1. Part numbers in PCB diagrams match those in the schematic 3. The parts mounted on this PCB include all necessary parts for A
diagrams. several destinations.
2. A comparison between the main parts of PCB and schematic For further information for respective destinations, be sure to
diagrams is shown below. check with the schematic diagram.
Symbol In PCB Symbol In Schematic 4. View point of PCB diagrams.
Part Name
Diagrams Diagrams
B C E B C E
Connector Capacitor
Transistor
B C E

B C E B C E SIDE A
Transistor
B C E with resistor

D G S D G S B
Field effect
D G S transistor
P.C.Board Chip Part SIDE B

Resistor array

3-terminal
regulator

C
E LOADING MOTOR E LOADING MOTOR
PCB ASSY PCB ASSY
(INSERTED PARTS) (CHIP MOUNTED PARTS)

SIDE A SIDE B
DED021A

A120DED
SW1

5 1
D
1 5
CD2302

WH
BR

CD2302

A CP2302

M2603
M2603
D SW PCB ASSY LOADING MOTOR
E

SW2
DED020A

CD2301
M2602
SLED WH
MOTOR
BR
YE CD2301
F
M2601 GR
SPINDLE
MOTOR
A CP2303
D E D E
DV-393-S 37
5 6 7 8
F
E
B
A

D
C

38
A
SIDE A

1
1

B CP601 E CD2302
4.2 DVD MT PCB ASSY

CP4002 CP2302

2
2

0132C 4332R

C2309

R2331
R2319
R2329
R4075 C2308

R2332
CP4 CP2
R2335
C2311

002 302
IC4003 C4079

R2310
R2337 R2333

IC4003
A DVD MT PCB ASSY

C4077

DV-393-S
R2312

C2312
C4062

C2313

C4081
C4050
R2313 R2311

R4002 R4015

IC4004

IC4004
B4011 R4029
R4004
R2338

NR4001 C4116 C2305


IC2301

IC2301
C4102

3
3

R4037
CP2303

C4016 C2307 R2316 R2317


R4039 R4036
CP2303

R2318
R4034 W860
R2325

R4074
D CD2301

C2301

IC4002 R2328 R2326

IC4002
R4076 R2327
C4071
Q2302

W859

Q2302
C4052 C4048 Q2304
R4010
R2330

W865

R4040

Q2304
W864
C4080 C2306 R2320
W807
R2322

109
R4009

55
C4090 Q2305 Q2303

Q2303
Q2305
C4089 C2320
R2321
R4014

R2323
CP2301

R4007 C2321
R4006
CP2301

NR4002
PICKUP

C4049

IC4005
R2306
R4066 C4006
R2307
Q2306 Q2307

C4073

Q2307 Q2306

4
R4065
4

IC4001
Q2301

R2309

IC4005 Q2301
C4095

C4088
C4094

C4067 C4013 C4014

163
C4066 C4012
C4096

W820
R4048 R4057 C4011
R4013

R4045
R4046
C4018

R4018
IC4006

IC4006
B4001
C4020 C4019

IC4006
C4022 C4100

R4051
R4012 R4011
CP4003

C4099
C4098
C4112

059
F CP

0 R4052
C4024
CP40
C4088

C40

1
C4067 C4013 C4014

163
C4066 C4012

C4096
W820
R4048 R4057 C4011
R4013

R4045
R4046
C4018
R4018

IC4006

IC4006
B4001
C4020 C4019

IC4006
C4022 C4100

R4051
R4012 R4011

CP4003

C4099
C4098
C4112
C4024

C4059
C4036 C4025
CP4003

R4050 R4052
C4031

R4049
C4035

R4025
C4029
F CP502

R4024

R4020
C4027
C4047

R4022
C4034
5

5
W832

Q7303

Q7303
C4030

Q7304
X4001

Q7304
C4039

B4002
Q8010

Q8010
C7305
C7307 R7301
C7311

C7308
C7306
Q4001

D7306 D7305
R7307

Q4001
R4035 W825

IC7302

IC7302
IC7301 W880
C8066

DMF072A
R7305

C7315

IC7301
R8057

C7303 C8051

6
6

C8056 C8053
B7301 C8059 C8058

R8048 C8046
R8049
C8057 R8061 R8069
R8066
3008CI

IC8003
1
R8063
C8067
C8069

C8072 R8067
C7318

CP730
Q8013

C7319
Q8014 R8056
Q7302 C8073
CP7301

Q8013 Q8014
Q7302
C8070
F CP503

DV-393-S
R7302
C7316 R8077 R8074 R8073 R8082
C7317 R8081
8308C Q8021
Q8019

R8079

Q8020

B7304 R7321
Q8018

C8036
Q8005 R7319 R8078

Q8018Q8021
R8083

7
7

R8037

B8004
R7320

Q8005
R7315

R8039
B7305 C8078 C8077
R8084
R8085 R8080

R7318
R7317

C8042 R7316
W840

R8036 R8038 R8040


R8035

J8001 J7302 J8003


8

8
A
SIDE A

39
E
A

D
C

F
B
F
E
B
A

D
C

40
A
SIDE B

1
1

R2343
R2341
C4082 C4118
C4084 W842
C4114
C4083

C4040

2
2

C4060

R4001 R4003 C4023


C4057
C4103
CP7301

C2314
C2323
C4101
C2322
C4010
R2342

DV-393-S
C4001

C2303
C4005 R4073
R4061

3
3

C2302 R4072

R2308
C4007 C4002 C4055
C4003 C4074
C4051

B4010

W822
W821
C4086 W805 C4064
C4065
C4072 C4058

R4058
C4063
C4026
C4056 C4028
C4093

4
4

C4087
C4032
C7309
C4037 C4046
C4033
CP4003

C8074 C4038 C7310

R8065

C4078

R8044
R4008 C4104
W834

W833

R8051
R8014
W826 R4021 C7312
MF072A
5 6 7 8

SIDE B
A

C7312
CP2301 CP2303 A DVD MT PCB ASSY

C7313

B
C7304
C4104
R4021
C4078
R4008

W826

DMF072A CP2302
B7302

W834
CP4002
R8065

R8076

W833

R8014 E
R8051 R8060

R8044 R8059

A
DV-393-S 41
5 6 7 8
1 2 3 4

4.3 OPERATION 1, OPERATION 2 and OPERATION 3 PCB ASSYS

SIDE A
A C OPERATION 2 PCB ASSY

SW662 CP604
CP6
SW664
DEF085A W804

CP604
B

G CP605

B OPERATION1 PCB ASSY

W009
C D651

SW658
SW656

D669
W001 SW657

W008
SW654

SW659
SW653

W006

CP601

W004
SW661
SW652
SW655

CP601

A CP4002

B C
42 DV-393-S
1 2 3 4
5 6 7 8

SIDE A
A

SW660

CP603
SW665 SW663
W804

4 CP603
B
05

CP602
V651

D659
C674
D658
D657 C
D669

D656
D655
D654
OS651
W006 D652

CP602 R666
W002 W805
CP601
W012
W010
W003

W013
SW666

D
DEF084A

CP601

A CP4002
G OPERATION 3 PCB ASSY
E
DEF086A

CP605
SW667

CP605 F

C CP604 B C G
DV-393-S 43
5 6 7 8
1 2 3 4

SIDE B
A
C OPERATION 2 PCB ASSY

C668
DEF085A

B
CP604

B OPERATION 1 PCB ASSY

C658

C604
C605
D

CP601

B C
44 DV-393-S
1 2 3 4
5 6 7 8

SIDE B
A

4 CP603
B

23
C
C676
IC

34
65

12
1

C651
R653
R652
R651

1
R655 R656
R657
C604

C675

R662
R654
C605

R658

DEF084A

CP601 CP602

IC651

G OPERATION 3 PCB ASSY E

DEF086A

CP605 B C G
DV-393-S 45
5 6 7 8
F
E
B
A

D
C

46
F
F
C
51
6
SIDE A

1
1

D503
C511

J501
C518

L501

J501

AC IN
D506
F501

R503
FH501 FH502

C515_1
D502 D511

R512_1
C502_1

C513
R507

RIS
D505

- R K
B501

L A
W814 IC502

EP OF
R540 D509

IC502
4.4 POWER PCB ASSY

C505

F
R542 IC504

W008
D508

AS
CE IRE
W012
POWER PCB ASSY

Q510 C506
W804

Q510
IC503 R502 W038
C531

2
2

MA

IC504 IC503
W010
C509
R546 C514

RK
W817

D534
W007

ED
.
R505
D513

C538
W803

R524
L503 C523
D517
R527

W036 R513
R514

W021 C540
W026 C536

DV-393-S
W029
Q515 W015

W013
D516

Q515
T501
D512
D532 D520 R517
D522
C527
C535 D521
W002
C8115 W027
W003

W023

3
3

D510 D527 IC501


W001

IC501
R8120 C526 R534
W025
C521
D515

C522
D519

DPF010A
R510
_1

W024
R8101 C517

R8103
R8105
C8112 D528
R51

W037
1

C519
D525

L505
L8101

W032
W031
W030
R539

J8101
W004
C520
D531
W019
W018
CP5
03 Q502 D523

Q502
CP502
R530

W006

Q504
W005

C8113

Q504
R529
R528 D533
W035
D535

4
4

C528
W016
W011

D536
C8114

CP503 CP502

A CP7301 A CP4003
5 6 7 8

SIDE B
A

F POWER PCB ASSY

Q506

R538
R516
R523

Q501
R506
R515

R544
R531
R537
R536
R548
C503

Q503
Q513
B
C508

Q512
R504
R518

CP502
C541
R543
Q511

C507
Q509

R547
R541
R509

D
Q505

R519

R525
DPF010A

C501

CP503
R526 C8101
R545
Q8101

C8106
R8104

Q8102
Q8104

R8115

R8108 R8114
D8101

C8105
R8102
R8109 R8113
E
Q8105

R8112
R8111
R8110

C8107
C8111

C8116

F
Q511 Q509 Q501 Q506 Q8104 Q8101 Q8102 Q512 Q503
Q505 Q8105 Q513

F
DV-393-S 47
5 6 7 8
1 2 3 4

5. PCB PARTS LIST


NOTES: Parts marked by "NSP" are generally unavailable because they are not in our Master Spare Parts List.
A
The mark found on some component parts indicates the importance of the safety factor of the part.
Therefore, when replacing, be sure to use parts of identical designation.
When ordering resistors, first convert resistance values into code form as shown in the following examples.
Ex.1 When there are 2 effective digits (any digit apart from 0), such as 560 ohm and 47k ohm (tolerance is shown by J=5%,
and K=10%).
560 56 x 10 1 561 RD1/4PU 5 6 1 J
47k 47 x 10 3 473 RD1/4PU 4 7 3 J
0.5 R50 RN2H R 5 0 K
1 1R0 RS1P 1 R 0 K
Ex.2 When there are 3 effective digits (such as in high precision metal film resistors).
5.62k 562 x 10 1 5621 RN1/4PC 5 6 2 1 F

Mark No. Description Part No. Mark No. Description Part No.
B
LIST OF ASSEMBLIES OS651 REMOTE RECEIVER 077A040001

1..DVD MT PCB ASSY A2I802A130

1..OPERATION PCB ASSY A2I802A270


C OPERATION 2 PCB ASSY
SWITCHES AND RELAYS
1..OPERATION 2 PCB ASSY A2I802A280
SW660-SW665 SWITCH TACT 0504R01T38
1..OPERATION 3 PCB ASSY A2I802ADF0

1..POWER PCB ASSSY A2I802A240


F POWER PCB ASSY
NSP 1..DVD MECHA ASSY A2I802A650
C 2..LOADING PCB ASSY A2F101A610 RESISTORS
2..SW PCB ASSY A2F101A640 > R511 R,FUSE 68 OHM 1/4W R65584680J

Mark No. Description Part No. OTHERS


J8101 SOCKET, 21PIN 063D100050

A DVD MT PCB ASSY


SEMICONDUCTORS
IC2301
IC4001
IC
IC
LA6565VR-TLM-E
MT1389FE/E-L
I03FV65650
IC8K0389E0
G OPERATION 3 PCB ASSY
SWITCHES AND RELAYS
IC4002 IC BR24L08FJ-WE2 I57F04L080 SW667 SWITCH TACT 0504R01T38
IC4003 IC BD5229G-TR I97F052290
D IC4004 IC S29AL016D70TFI020 S2I802AF01

IC4005
IC4006
IC
IC
EM638165TS-7G
LM1117S-ADJ
IG2J081657
I1TF911170 D SW PCB ASSY
There is no Service Parts
IC7301 IC LA73054-TLM I03FG30540
IC7302 IC SN74CBT3257PWR I5CJ032570
IC8003 IC RC4580IDR I04J045800

E LOADING MOTOR PCB ASSY


There is no Service Parts
OTHERS
J7302 RCA JACK 060R451010
J8001 RCA JACK 060R401122
E J8003 RCA JACK 060J451009
X4001 CRYSTAL (27MHz) 100GT02720

B OPERATION PCB ASSY


SEMICONDUCTORS
IC651 IC PT6315 IF4K063150

SWITCHES AND RELAYS


SW652 - SW659 SWITCH TACT 0504R01T38

F
OTHERS
V651 TUBE FLUORESCENT 096F82R601

48 DV-393-S
1 2 3 4
5 6 7 8

6. ADJUSTMENT
6.1 WHEN REPLACING DVD DECK
A

WHEN REPLACING DVD DECK


[ Removing the DVD Deck ]
Before removing Pick Up PCB and DVD PCB connector, short circuit the position shown in Fig. 1 using
a soldering iron. If you remove the DVD Deck with no soldering, the Laser may be damaged.

[ Installing the DVD Deck ]


B
Remove all the soldering on the short circuit position after the connection of Pick Up PCB and DVD
PCB connector.

NOTE
Before your operation, please read PREPARATION OF SERVICING .
Use the Lead Free solder.
Manual soldering conditions
Soldering temperature: 320 20C
Soldering time: Within 3 seconds
Soldering combination: Sn-3.0Ag-0.5Cu
When Soldering/Removing of solder, use the draw in equipment over the Pick Up Unit to prevent the
Flux smoke from it. C

Short circuit using a


soldering iron.

Pick Up PCB

Fig. 1

DV-393-S 49
5 6 7 8
1 2 3 4

6.2 TEST MODE

POWER ON

POWER

B ON

DISC SET
<TRAY OPEN> <TRAY CLOSE>

OPEN/CLOSE DVD disc OPEN/CLOSE


(Player) (Player)

TEST MODE: PLAY


CHECK
<PLAY> DVD, CD An address is displayed
ESC TEST
Press the play key
( ) of the normal
D remote control unit.

GGF1381
Test mode DSC - &&&
remote control
unit

Notes:
After going into test mode, if you play back the disc, "DISC-NON" is displayed.
The video signal and the audio signal are outputted during the test mode.
The SKIP key and the SCAN key are effective during the test mode.
E

TEST MODE: OFF

ESC

POWER
OR
GGF1381
Test mode
OFF remote control
unit
F

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6.3 TEST MODE IN


Test Mode Functional Specification
1 Test mode entry A
In the power ON state, press the [ESC] (A8-5F) key and [TEST / RANDOM] (A8-5E) key in order of the Test mode remote control
unit.
Light the all FL and LEDs.
OSD displays test mode.

Note:
* When pressing the keys of something, the FL displays "NO DISC" and the LED lighting disappears.

2 Release the Test mode


Turn off the power.
B
Press the [ESC] (A8-5F) key of the remote control unit.

3 LD ON
DVD : Press the [TEST] (A8-5E) and [1] (A8-01) keys in order, and turn on the laser diode (650n).
CD : Press the [TEST] (A8-5E) and [4] (A8-04) keys in order, and turn on the laser diode (780n).

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6.4 DISC REMOVAL METHOD

A DISC REMOVAL METHOD AT NO POWER SUPPLY


1. Remove the Top Cabinet and Front Cabinet. (Refer to item 1 of the DISASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS.)
2. Rotate the Main Gear in the direction of the arrow by hand.
(Refer to Fig. 1, Fig.2)
3. Draw the Tray.

DVD Player (Bottom Side)

Main Gear DVD Deck

Fig. 1

Rack Loading (White)

Fig. 2

PARENTAL CONTROL - RATING LEVEL


4 DIGIT PASSWORD CANCELLATION
If the stored 4 digit password in the Rating Level menu needs to be cancelled, please follow the steps
below.
D
1. Set the DVD to the Stand-by Mode.
2. Press and hold the 'STOP' key on the front panel.
3. Simultaneously press and hold the POWER key on the front panel.
4. The 4 digit password has now been cleared.

NOTE: The above procedure will reset ALL of the player's settings to the default factory state.

PREPARATION OF SERVICING
E
The laser diode used for a pickup head may be destroyed with external static electricity.
Moreover, even if it is operating normally after repair, when static electricity discharge is
received at the time of repair, the life of the product may be shortened.
Please perform the following measure against static electricity, be careful of destruction of a
laser diode at the time of repair.

Place the unit on a workstation equipped to protect against static electricity, such as
conductive mat.
Soldering iron with ground wire or ceramic type is used.
A worker needs to use a ground conductive wrist strap for body.
F

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7. GENERAL INFORMATION
7.1 DIAGNOSIS
7.1.1 DISPLAY SPECIFICATION OF THE TEST MODE
A

Character in bold : Item name 2


: Information display 3

1 7
8
5 9
6
12 13
14
B
15

10
11

1 Address indication 0 Disc sensing [DSC ]


The address being traced is displayed in number. The type of discs loaded is displayed.
(as for the DVD, indication of decimal number is possible.) [DVD], [CD ], [VCD], [ ]
DVD : ID indication (hexadecimal number, 8 digits) C
[ ]
CD : ID indication [ ] - Jitter value [J ] Note:Dont use it.

2 Code indication of remote control unit [R ] = Version of the FL controller [FL: ]


In case of double code, display a 2nd code.
~ Region setting of the player [REG: ]
3 Main unit keycode indication [K ] Setting value : [1] to [6]

5 Tracking status [TRKG ] ! Destination setting of the FL controller


Tracking on : [ON] [MDL: / ]
Tracking off : [OFF] Four characters in the front represent code 01.
D
Three characters in the back represent the destination code.
6 Spindle status [SPDL ] J: /J, K: /KU, /KC, /KU/KC, R: /RL/RD, RAM : /RAM,
[OFF], [CLV] LB: /LB, WY: /WY

7 Mechanism (loading) position value [M ] @ Version of the flash ROM [VERSION: ]


Unknown : [01] or [41]
Open state : [04]
Close state : [08]
During opening : [12]
During closing : [22]

8 Slider position [S ] E
In Side Switch ON : [01]
In Side Switch OFF : [00]

9 Output video system [V ]


NTSC system : [NTSC]
PAL system : [PAL]
Automatic setting : [AUTO]
Scart terminal output [SK ]
(Display only the WY model which can do the output setting
of scart terminal.)
VIDEO : [00]
S-VIDEO : [01] F
RGB : [02]

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7.1.2 FUNCTIONAL SPECIFICATION OF THE SHORTCUT KEY
Only during normal playback, the following shortcut keys can be assigned by pressing a required key after pressing the ESC
key of the remote control unit. To quit, press the ESC key

A Remote Control Remote


Command Contents Conditions
Key Name Control Code
Memory clear and region / revision indication CLEAR (1) A8-45
Average value measurement of DVD error rate 5 (1) A8-05
CD error rate measurement 5 (1) A8-05
Scart terminal output : VIDEO AUDIO AF-BE
Scart terminal output : S-VIDEO WY, models equipped with Scart terminal SUBTITLE AF-36
Scart terminal output : RGB ANGLE AF-B5
Progressive OFF R_SKIP A3-9D
Only for progressive models
Progressive ON F_SKIP A3-9C
ZOOM ON (X2 -> X4 -> x1) ZOOM AF-37
B
Service mode indication (error rate indication, etc.) CHP/TIM (1) A8-13
Model information indication CHAP (1) A8-40
Title search Input mode IN SIDE A (1) A8-4D
Title No. input Numbers (1) A8-00 to A8-09
Search execution PLAY (1) A8-17
A.MON (1) A8-1E
Region confimation mode
Numbers (1) A8-01 to A8-08
1 : Test mode remote control unit

Service mode indication (ESC + CHP/TIM keys)


C ID Address
The error rate is always displayed in exponential notation, e.g., . e - , for both DVDs and CDs.
EDC/ID/AV 1 error history (ID Address, EDC/ID Error, last eight errors)

Calculation of the average error rate (ESC + "5" [Test mode remote control unit] keys)
The average of the last eight error rates is calculated and indicated in exponential notation. After the calculation is completed, "OK" or "NG" is
displayed. If "NG" is displayed, the disc tray will open (for both DVDs and CDs)
For DVDs: OK with 5.0e-4 or less, for CDs: OK with 7.6e-3 or less

Indication of model information (ESC + CHAP keys)


The items from 12 to 15 of the TEST MODE Indications are displayed. However, in the indications, S in the standard test mode is changed to
CHIP VERSION, and M is changed to FL VERSION. For details, see 7.1.3.

Region confirmation mode (ESC + A.MON [Test mode remote control unit] + "1"-"8" [Test mode remote control unit] keys)
D After you press the A.MON key while holding the ESC key pressed and then input the region number, if the number is different from that set in
the unit, an error message is displayed, and the tray opens.

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7.1.3 SPECIFICATION OF MODEL INFORMATION DISPLAY
To display model information : Press the ESC key then the CHAP key.
To close the model information display : Press the ESC key.
A
Display contents

1
2

AREA : WY REGION : 2
3 ROM NUMBER YAD5215B
Don't Care REG CHK 40
B

5 SUM CHK D2AD


Don't Care FL VERSION 1.08
6 CHIP VERSION 1389FE

Character in bold : Item name


: Information display

C
1 Destination indication
Display it according to model information set from the FL Driver IC.
2 Region No.

3 ROM number

4 REG CHK

5 SUM CHK

6 CHIP VERSION
D

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7.1.4 FUNCTIONAL SPECIFICATION OF THE SERVICE MODE
Display during Service Mode
To enter Service Mode, press the CHP/TIM key while holding the ESC key pressed.
To quit, press the ESC key.
A
Service mode display
1 ID Address
2 Error rate (always displayed), in exponential notation
ERROR RATE :
()

Number of error

Calculation of the average error rate


For DVDs: OK with 5.0e-4 or less, for CDs: OK with 7.6e-3 or less

B ex) For DVDs

Step 1 Step 2
%%e -& %%e -4

%%e -6 : OK 3.0e -4 : OK
%%e -5 : OK 4.0e -4 : OK
%%e -4 : Refer to Step 2 5.0e -4 : OK
%%e -3 : NG 6.0e -4 : NG
%%e -2 : NG 7.0e -4 : NG

C
3 EDC/ID error history (ID Address, EDC/ID errors, last eight errors)

Note:
Error of AV1 is not supported in this player.

Indication plan contents

3
1
2
D

Character in bold : Item name


: Information display

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7.1.5 METHOD FOR DIAGNOSING DEGRADATION OF THE LDS ON THE PICKUP ASSY
Case when this diagnosis is required :
When playback of any disc, including a test disc (DVD: GGV1025, CD: STD-905), cannot be performed
A

How to diagnose
In the case mentioned above, degradation of the laser diodes (LDs) mounted on the PICKUP Assy is suspected.
Measure the voltage between the two ends of one of the resistors mentioned below.

No playback of a DVD :
Measure the voltage between the two ends of R2321 or R2323 on the DVDM
Assy. If the voltage is 0.4 V or higher, the 650-nm LD is degraded.
If the measurements show degradation
of an LD, replace the PICKUP Assy. B
No playback of a CD :
Measure the voltage between the two ends of R2320 or R2322 on the DVDM
Assy. If the voltage is 0.4 V or higher, the 780-nm LD is degraded.

To OPTICAL PICKU

CP2301
A DVD MT PCB ASSY

CP2301

C2301 2303
Q2307 Q2306
W809

D
R2307
R2306

C2311
W817 R2320 Q2304
CP2303

R2335
R2308

CP2303 Q2302
R2338
Q2303

R2321 R2323

C4003
R2334

C2305 R2325 Q2301


R2317 R2316

C4002

R2310 C2308 Q2305


R2318

R2309
R2326
R2327
C2310

R2312
R2322
R2311 R2313
C2320

W819
R2333 R2337
R2332
Front side
SIDE A
C

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7.1.6 TROUBLE SHOOTING
No. Symptoms Diagnosis Contents Possible Defective Points
1 The power is not turned on. Check the voltage of AT+3.3V, 28V and FLDC on the POWER
POWER PCB ASSY
A SUPPLY Unit.
Are wires of output connector (POWER PCB ASSY) and CP4003
Connector / cable
(DVDM Assy) disconnected or damaged ?

OPERATION 2 Assy
Check that the voltage at IC651-pin 10 (K 1) on the FLKY Assy Tact SW
becomes about 2.7V when the POWER key is pressed and 0 V when it (when operation of only the
is released. POWER key on the main unit is
not accepted)
FLKY Assy
Check that the voltage at OS651-pin 1 (IR) on the OPERATION1 Assy Remote receiver section
B is in the range between 0 and 3.3 V while receiving signals from the (when operation of only the
remote control unit when any key on it is pressed. POWER key on the remote
control unit is not accepted)
2 An opening screen is not
displayed on the monitor Check the voltage of E+6.8V and SW+3.3V on the POWER SUPPLY
(The FL display lights. The Unit.
POWER SUPPLY Unit
mechanism does not work.) Check the voltage of P.ON-H is about 2.8V on the POWER SUPPLY
Unit.

DVD MT PCB Assy


Check that the following voltage are output :
1.8V Regulator IC (IC4006)
IC4006-pin 5 : 1.8V, on the DVD MT PCB Assy.

C DVD MT PCB Assy


Is a resonator (X4001 : 27MHz) on the DVDM Assy oscillating ?
Crystal resonator (X4001)

Is a signal input into IC4004-pin26 (PCE#) on the DVDM Assy ?


(Is a signal "H" for 80 mS and then "L" after the power is turned
on ?)
DVD MT PCB Assy
Communication with flash ROM.
DVD IC (IC4001)
Are the signals input into IC4005-pin 16 (DWE#), pin 19 (DCS#)
Flash ROM (IC4004)
and pin 38 (SDCLK) on the DVDM Assy ?
SDRAM (IC4005)
(Is a signal fluctuating ?)
Communication with SDRAM

Is a signal output from IC4004-pin 28 (PRD#) on the DVD MT Assy?


DVD MT PCB Assy
D (Is a signal fluctuating for several hundred mS after the power is turned
Flash ROM (IC4004)
on ?)

Are the signals of IC4003-pin 5(SDA) and pin 6(SCL) on the DVDM DVD MT PCB Assy
Assy fluctuating for one or two seconds after the power is turned ? EEPROM (IC4003)

3 An opening screen is not DVD MT PCB Assy


displayed on the monitor Check the video signal path between DVD IC (DVD MT Assy IC4002)
Video circuit after DVD IC
(The FL display lights. The and video-out terminal (see the block diagram) (IC4001)
mechanism does not work.)

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No. Symptoms Diagnosis Contents Possible Defective Points


4 A tray cannot be opened. Does the voltage of CP2302-pin 3 and pin 1 on the DVD MT Assy
Tray SW
(An opening screen is change normally ?
displayed on the monitor) Pin 5 (SW2(TRIN)): Tray is fully closed: "L"
Pin 3 (SW1(TROUT)): Tray is fully opened: "L" A
DVD MT PCB Assy
Is a LOAD-DRV signal reaching ?
DVD IC (IC4002)
Are the signals output from IC2301-pin 5 and pin 6 (CP2302-pin 4 and
pin 5) on the DVDM Assy ? DVD MT PCB Assy
Pin 5: Approx. 45V during opening tray approx. 0V during closing tray. FTS Driver IC (IC2301)
Pin 4: Approx. 0V during opening tray approx. 4.5V during closing tray.
Are wires of CP2302 and CP2303 on the DVDM Assy disconnected or
Connector / cable
damaged ?
Does the voltage of CP2303-pin 5 change by pressing the Inside
Inside switch
switch.
5 Playback impossible Are the signals output from IC2301-pin 9 (F+) and pin 8 (F) on the DVD MT PCB Assy
(no focusing) DVDM Assy ? FTS Driver IC (IC2301) B
Does 650-nm LD emit light ?
Does a pickup lens move up / down ? Pickup
Does an actuator spring bend ?
Are plastic parts damaged ? Or is a shaft detached ?
Mechanism section (motor)
Is the turntable detached or tilted ?
Is flexible cable of CP2301 on the DVD MT Assy disconnected or
Flexible cable / connector
damaged ?
Is signal output from IC4002-pin 42 (FOSO) on the DVDM Assy ?
DVD MT PCB Assy
(Device control of about 1.4 V is output usually. It is fluctuated by about
DVD IC (IC4002)
250 mV with focus up / down.)
6 Playback impossible Are the signals output from IC2301-pin 13 (MOT SPDL), and pin 14
DVD MT PCB Assy
(Spindle does not turn) (MOT SPDL+) on the DVD MT Assy ? C
FTS Driver IC (IC2301)
Is pin 41, 42 (STBY) fixed LOW?
Is there any part detached from the spindle motor ? Mechanism section
Or Is there any foreign object lodged in it ? (Spindle motor)
Are wires of CP2303 on the DVD MT Assy disconnected or damaged ? Flexible cable / connector
DVD MT PCB Assy
Is signal output from IC4002-pin 37 (DMSO) on the DVDM Assy ?
DVD IC (IC4002)
7 Playback impossible Does 650-nm LD deteriorate ? 650-nm LD deteriorated.
(Playback stops) If the voltage at each both ends of R2303 and R2305 on the DVD MT (When playback of a DVD is
Assy is 0.4 V or more, the 650-nm LD is definitely deteriorated. impossible)
Does 780-nm LD deteriorate ? 780-nm LD deteriorated.
If the voltage at each both ends of R2302 and R2304 on the DVD MT (When playback of a CD is
Assy is 0.4 V or more, the 780-nm LD is definitely deteriorated. impossible)
D
Are there scratches or dirt on the disc ? Disc
8 Picture disturbance during Are there scratches or dirt on the disc ?
playback Disc
Is there a problem with the format of the disc ?
(block noise, freeze, other)
9 No sound
(Picture is normal) Is signal output from IC4001-pin184 and pin 186 on the DVD MT Assy DVD MT PCB Assy
? DVD IC (IC4001)

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Symptoms That May Occur When Any Of The Following ICs Is In Failure
IC Symptoms
A
EEP ROM User's data cannot be stored in memory.
(DVD MT Assy : IC4003) The ID number is lost.

16M Flash ROM The power cannot be turned on.


(DVD MT Assy : IC4004) Downloading of the firmware cannot be performed.

DVD IC Any kind of symptoms (no power, a failure in any of the servo, video and audio systems, etc.) may be
(DVD MT Assy : IC4001) generated, because the DVD processing is performed by a single chip.

64M SDRAM No power.


(DVD MT Assy : IC4005) Block noise is generated during playback.

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7.2 DISASSEMBLY
1. REMOVAL OF MECHANICAL PARTS AND P.C. BOARDS
1-3: DVD DECK (Refer to Fig. 1-3) A
1-1: TOP CABINET/FRONT CABINET/OPERATION
1/2/3 PCB (Refer to Fig. 1-1) 1. Short circuit the position shown in Fig. 1-3 using a
soldering iron. If you remove the DVD Deck with no
1. Remove the 5 screws 1. soldering, the Laser may be damaged.
2. Remove the Top Cabinet in the direction of arrow (A). 2. Disconnect the following connectors:
3. Disconnect the following connector: (CP4002). (CP2301, CP2302, CP2303).
4. Unlock the 4 supports 2. 3. Remove the 4 screws 1.
5. Remove the Front Cabinet in the direction of arrow (B). 4. Remove the DVD Deck in the direction of arrow.
6. Remove the 10 screws 3.
7. .Remove the Operation 1/2/3 PCB in the direction of 1
arrow(C). 1
1
Top Cabinet
B
1
DVD Deck

1 1 1
Pick Up PCB
Operation 2 PCB Short circuit using a
soldering iron.
Operation 3 PCB 1

(A)

3
3 1
2
(B)
(C) 3
3 Fig. 1-3 C
3
3
2 (C) 3
3 NOTE
3
2 (C) 3 1. Before your operation, please read PREPARATION
Front Cabinet OF SERVICING.
2 Operation PCB Fig. 1-1
2. Use the Lead Free solder.
3. Manual soldering conditions
Soldering temperature: 320 20C
1-2: POWER PCB (Refer to Fig. 1-2) Soldering time: Within 3 seconds
1. Disconnect the following connectors: Soldering combination: Sn-3.0Ag-0.5Cu
(CP4003, CP8001). 4. When Soldering/Removing of solder, use the drawing
2. Remove the screw 1. equipment over the Pick Up Unit to prevent the Flux D
3. Remove the 4 screws 2. smoke from it.
4. Remove the Power PCB in the direction of arrow. 5. When installing the DVD Deck, remove all the soldering
on the short circuit position after the connection of Pick
2 2
Up PCB and DVD PCB connector.
2
1-4: DVD PCB (Refer to Fig. 1-4)
2 Power PCB
1. Remove the 3 screws 1.
2. Remove the 4 screws 2.
1 3. Remove the DVD PCB in the direction of arrow.
1
2
2 E
2
2

DVD PCB
1
Fig. 1-2 1
1

Fig. 1-4
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7.3 DVD DECK SECTION

2. REMOVAL OF DVD DECK PARTS


A NOTE

NOTE 1. In case of the Traverse Ass'y, install it from (1) to (4) in


order. (Refer to Fig. 2-2-B)
1. Do not disassemble the DVD DECK PARTS except 2. In case of the Traverse Ass'y installation, hook the wire
listed parts here. Minute adjustments are needed if the on the Loader Ass'y as shown Fig. 2-2-C.
disassemble is done. If the repair is needed except
listed parts, replace the DVD MECHA ASS'Y. Loader Ass'y (Bottom Side)

2-1: TRAY (Refer to Fig. 2-1-A)


1. Set the Tray opened. (Refer to the DISC REMOVAL
METHOD AT NO POWER SUPPLY)
Rack Loading
2. Unlock the 2 supports 1 and draw it while sagging the
B Tray.
Holder Traverse

Loader Ass'y

1 Traverse Ass'y

Tray

C Fig. 2-1-A Check Lock Fig. 2-2-B


NOTE
Loader Ass'y
1. In case of the Tray installation, install them as the circled
section of Fig. 2-1-B so that the each markers are met.

Loader Ass'y

Check Hook
Fig. 2-2-C

D 2-3: LOADING MOTOR PCB ASS'Y/ LOADING BELT


(Refer to Fig. 2-3-A)
Tray 1. Remove the Loading Belt.
Fig. 2-1-B 2. Remove the screw 1.
3. Remove the Loading Motor PCB Ass'y.
2-2: TRAVERSE ASS'Y (Refer to Fig. 2-2-A) 4. Remove the 2 screws 2.
5. Remove the Loading Motor.
1. Remove the screw 1. 6. Remove the Gear Pulley.
2. Unlock the 2 supports 2.
3. Remove the Insulator (R) from the Loader Sub Ass'y. Loading Belt
4. Remove the Traverse Ass'y. 2
2
E 2 1

Loader Sub Ass'y


Gear Pulley
Loading Motor
Insulator (R)
Loading Motor PCB Assy

Traverse Ass'y 1
Screw Torque: 2.5 0.3kgfcm (Screw 1)
Screw Torque: 1.0 0.3kgfcm (Screw 2)
Screw Torque: 2.0 0.3kgfcm Fig. 2-3-A
F Fig. 2-2-A

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NOTE 2-4: RACK LOADING/MAIN GEAR/PULLEY GEAR


(Refer to Fig. 2-4-A)
1. In case of the Pulley Motor installation, check if the value
of the Fig. 2-3-B is correct. 1. Unlock the support 1 and remove the Gear Pulley. A
2. When installing the wire of the Loading Motor PCB Ass'y, 2. Remove the Gear Main.
install it correctly as Fig. 2-3-C. 3. Press down the catcher 2 and slide the Rack Loading.
Manual soldering conditions
Soldering temperature: 350 5C
Soldering time: Within 4 seconds Gear Pulley Rack Loading
Soldering combination: Sn-3.0Ag-0.5Cu
3. When installing the Loading Motor PCB Ass'y, install it Gear Main
correctly as Fig. 2-3-D.
4. In case of the Loading Motor PCB Ass'y installation, hook
the wire on the Loader Sub Ass'y as shown Fig. 2-3-E. Loader Sub Assy

2
1 B
Fig. 2-4-A
Pulley Motor 7.0 0.1mm
NOTE
Loading Motor
1. In case of the Rack Loading installation, hook the Rack
Loading on the Loader Sub Ass'y as shown Fig. 2-4-B.
2. When installing the Gear Main, take care the direction
Safety surface for pressing
of the insert. of up or down as shown Fig. 2-4-C.
Fig. 2-3-B

BROWN (1) Rack Loading

WHITE (2)
C

Loader Sub Ass'y (Bottom Side)

Check Hook
Loading Motor PCB Assy
Fig. 2-3-C Fig. 2-4-B

Rack Loading Up Side

Main Gear

Down Side
Fig. 2-4-C

2-5: CLAMPER ASS'Y (Refer to Fig. 2-5-A)


A B
1. Press the Clamper and rotate the Plate Clamper clockwise,
The Lever should be position
between A and B. then unlock the 3 supports 1.
Fig. 2-3-D
2. Remove the Plate Clamper, Magnet Clamper and Clamper.

Check Hook Check Hook Plate Clamper

Magnet Clamper

Main Frame

1 1
Loading Motor PCB Assy Clamper
Check Hook 1 Fig. 2-5-A
Fig. 2-3-E

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NOTE
1. In case of the Clamper Ass'y installation, install Feed Motor

A correctly as Fig. 2-5-B.


Gear Motor

Plate Clamper
Check Lock

Clamper 1 5
Traverse Ass'y 5
Gear Feed
Fig. 2-5-B
4
2-6: HOLDER TRAVERSE/INSULATOR (F)/INSULATOR
B (R) (Refer to Fig. 2-6-A) Rack Feed Ass'y Gear Middle
2
1. Remove the Holder Traverse.
2. Remove the 2 Insulator (F). Switch PCB Ass'y

3. Remove the Insulator (R).


3
Insulator (R) Screw Torque: 1.3 0.3kgfcm (Screw 2)
Screw Torque: 3.0 0.3kgfcm (Screw 3 )
Screw Torque: 1.0 0.3kgfcm (Screw 4 , 5)
Traverse Ass'y Fig. 2-7-A

Insulator (F) NOTE


1. When installing the Rack Feed Ass'y, push both ends to
Holder Traverse
align the teeth as shown Fig. 2-7-B. Then install it.
C 2. In case of the Gear Motor installation, check if the value
of the Fig. 2-7-C is correct.
Insulator (F) 3. When installing the wire of the Switch PCB Ass'y, install
it correctly as Fig. 2-7-D.
Manual soldering conditions
Fig. 2-6-A
Soldering temperature: 350 5C
NOTE Soldering time: Within 4 seconds
Soldering combination: Sn-3.0Ag-0.5Cu
1. In case of the Insulator (F) installation, install correctly 4. After the assembly of the Traverse Ass'y, hook the wire
as Fig. 2-6-B. on the Traverse Ass'y as shown Fig. 2-7-E.
Insulator (F)
Rack Feed Ass'y
D
Traverse Holder

Push Push

Fig. 2-6-B

[OK] [NG]
2-7: SWITCH PCB ASS'Y/GEAR MIDDLE/GEAR FEED/RACK
FEED ASS'Y/FEED MOTOR (Refer to Fig. 2-7-A)
1. Unlock the support 1.
Fig. 2-7-B
2. Remove the Gear Middle.
3. Remove the screw 2.
4. Remove the Rack Feed Ass'y.
E
5. Remove the screw 3.
Gear Motor
6. Remove the Switch PCB Ass'y. 8.0 0.2mm
7. Remove the screw 4.
8. Remove the Gear Feed. Feed Motor
9. Remove the 2 screws 5.
10. Remove the Feed Motor.
11. Remove the Gear Motor.
Safety surface for pressing
of the insert.
Fig. 2-7-C

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Switch PCB Ass'y


~ FEED MOTOR ~ A
WHITE (4)

BROWN (3)

Install wire from(1) to (4) in order.

~ SPINDLE MOTOR ~
YELLOW (2)

GREEN (1)

Fig. 2-7-D
B
Check Hook Traverse Ass'y

Check Hook
Check Hook

Check Hook

Loosen the wirein the direction of the arrows.


Fig. 2-7-E
C
2-8: FFC WIRE HANDLING
1. When installing the FFC, fold it correctly and install it as
shown from Fig. 2-8.
NOTE
1. Do not make the folding lines except the specified
positions for the FFC.

[ 24 pin FFC ]

Printing_Serface D

851mm

Reinforcement Plat
To Pick Up PCB
Fig. 2-8

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7.4 IC INFORMATION
The information shown in the list is basic information and may not correspond exactly to that shown in the schematic diagrams.

A
MT1389FE/E-L (DVD MT PCB ASSY: IC4001)
MPEG / MICON / DSP

Pin Arrangement (Top view)

216 215 214 213 212 211 210 209 208 207 206 205 204 203 202 201 200 199 198 197 196 195 194 193 192 191 190 189 188 187 186 185 184 183 182 181 180 179 178 177 176 175 174 173 172 171 170 169 168 167 166 165 164 163

109 110 111 112 113 114 115 116 117 118 119 120 121 122 123 124 125 126 127 128 129 130 131 132 133134 135 136 137 138 139 140 141142 143 144 145 146 147 148 149 150 151 152 153 154 155 156 157 158 159 160 161162
RFVDD18
RFGND18
ADACVDD2
ADACVDD1
ALF (CENTER)
ALS/DATA0
AL/SDATA2
AVCM
AR/SDATA1
ARS
ARF (Sub-woofer)
ADACVSS1
ADACVSS2
APLLVSS
APLLCAP
APLLVDD
AADVDD
AKIN1
ADVCM
AKIN2
AADVSS
R
B
DACVSSA
G
DACVDDA
DACVSSB
DACVDDB
CVBS
DACVSSC
OSP
RFGND
CRTPLP
HRFZC
RFRPAC
RFRPDC
RFVDD3
ADCVSS
ADCVDD3
LPFOP
LPFIN
LPFIP
LPFON
PLLVDD3
IDACEXLP
PLLVSS
JITFN
JITFO
XTALI
XTALO
AGND
2 1

DVDA

B DVDB
3

DVDC
5 4

DVDD
INT_RF APLL AUD_ADC VDAC MC_DATA
213 OSN
DVDRFIP 162 FS ASDATA3
7 6

DVDRFIN 214 RFGC AUDIO_DAC 161 VREF ASDATA2


MA ASDATA1
8

215 IREF 160 DACVDDC


MB ASDATA0
54 53 52 51 50 49 48 47 46 45 44 43 42 41 40 39 38 37 36 35 34 33 32 31 30 29 28 27 26 25 24 23 22 21 20 19 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9

216 AVDD3 159 SPDIF


MC ALRCK
MD ACLK
SA 5.1ch ABCK
SB APLL 2ch GPIO5
Data Audio DAC
SC ADC VIDEO DVSS (3.3)
PLL
SD DAC GPIO4
CDFON GPIO3
CDFOP DVDD18
TNI 108 RA4
TPI Mhz RA5
C MIDI1 DLL RA6
MIDI2 RA7
LDO2 RA8
LDO1 RA9
SVDD3 RF RA11
INT_RF

CSO/RFOP
Circuits MPEG/MICON/DSP CKE
RFLVL/RFON DVDD3
SGND RCLK
V2REFO INTERNAL RF IC4001 RA3
V20 RA2
VREFO RA1
FEO MT1389FE / E-L DVDD18
TEO RA0
TEZISLV RA10
OP_OUT BA1
OP_INN BA0
D OP_INP RCS#
DMO RAS#
FMO CAS#
TROPENPWM RWE#
PWMOUT1/ADIN0 DQM1
TRO RD8
FOO DMPLL RD9
FG/ADIN1 NEW DVSS (1.8)
GPIO0/VSYN RD10
GPIO1/HSYN RD11
GPIO2 55 IOA18 105 RD7 RD12
IOA2 56 IOA19 106 RD6 RD13
DVDD18 57 IOWR# 107 RD5 RD14
IOA3 RD15
58 A16 108 DVDD3
IOA4 RD0
IOA5 RD1
DVSS (1.8)

IOA6 RD2
DVDD18
HIGHA7

HIGHA6
HIGHA5
HIGHA4
HIGHA3

E
HIGHA2
HIGHA1
DVDD3

DVDD3

PRST#
IOOE#

UP1_2
UP1_3
GPIO6
UP1_4
UP1_5

UP1_7
UP3_0
UP3_1
UP3_4
UP3_5
GPIO7
IOCS#

UP1_6
UWR#

DQM0
IOA20

IOA21

URD#

INT0#

IOA7 RD3
IOA1

IOA0
AD0
AD1
AD2

AD3
AD4
AD5
AD6

AD7
ALE

A17

ICE

RD4
IR

HIGHA0
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MPEG / MICON / DSP Microcomputer

Block Diagram A

DVD Debug CVBS, Y/C


PUH 108Mhz
Port TV Encoder Component
Module Videop
RF Amplifier
Video DAC

Servo IO B
Servo
Motor Processor
Drive Video De-
Processor interlacer
Spindle
Control

FLASH
MPEG-1/2
ROM Audio JPEG
Memory DSP Video Decoder
Controller

DRAM

System Audio
Parser DAC
Audio
CPPM/CPRM Output
DRM
SPDIF

System
GPIO CPU
32-bit
RISC D

IR/VFD

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MT1389FE/E-L (DVD MT PCB ASSY : IC4001)


MPEG/MICON/DSP CPU

A
Pin Function

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Note:
1. The Main column is the main function, Alt. means alternative function. C
2. The external TV encoder mode only supports CCIR-656 mode.

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7.5 DISC / CONTENT FORMAT PLAYBACK COMPATIBILITY

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Additional information

Note
Static electricity or other external influences may cause malfunctioning of this unit. In this
case, unplug the power cord and then plug back in. This will usually reset the unit for proper
operation. If this does not correct the problem, please consult your nearest Pioneer service
B center.

Glossary DivX*1 DivX is a compressed digital video


format created by the DivX video
Analog audio Direct representation of sound by an codec from DivX, Inc.
electrical signal. See also Digital audio.

Aspect ratio The width of a TV screen relative to its Dolby Amulti-channel audio encoding system
height. Conventional TVs are 4:3; Digital *2 developed by Dolby Laboratories that
widescreen models are 16:9. enablesfar more audio to be stored on a
disc than PCM encoding. See also PCM
Digital audio Indirect representation of sound using (Pulse Code Modulation).
numbers. See also Sampling frequency
and Analog audio.
C

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Additional information

DRM DRM(Digital Rights Management) copy PBC A system of navigating a Video CD/
protection is a technology designed to (PlayBack Super VCD through on-screen menus
prevent unauthorized copying by Control) recorded onto the disc.
restricting playback, etc. of material on
devices other the PC (or other WMA PCM Digital audio encoding system found on
recording equipment) used to record it. (Pulse Code CDs. Good quality, but requires a lot of
Modulation ) data compared to Dolby Digital, DTS B
For detailed information, please see the
instruction manuals or help files that and MPEG encoded audio. See also
came with your PC (or other WMA Digital audio .
recording equipment) and/or software.
Progressive All the lines that make up a video
Amulti-channel audio encoding system scan video picture are updated in one pass
DTS *3
developed by Digital Theater Systems (compared to interlace which takes two
that enables far more audio to be stored passes to update the whole picture).
on a disc than PCM encoding. See also
Regions These associate DVD-Video discs and
PCM (Pulse Code Modulation).
players with particular areas of the
EXIF A file format developed by Fuji Photo world.
(Exchangeable Film for digital still cameras. Digital
Image File) cameras from various manufacturers
Sampling The rate at which sound is measured to
use this compressed file format which C
frequency be turned into digital audio data. The
carries date, time and thumbnail
higher the rate, the better the sound
information, as well as the picture data.
quality. CD is 44.1 kHz; DVD can be up
File A tag added to the end of a filename to to 96 kHz. See also Digital audio.
extension indicate the type of file. For example,
WMA WMA is short for Windows Media Audio
.mp3 indicates an MP3 file.
and refers to an audio compression
HDMI (High-Definition Multimedia technology developed by Microsoft
HDMI *4 (DV-
Interface) is a high-speed digital Corporation. Files are recognized by
490V only)
interface which has the capability to their file extension .wma.
support standard, enhanced, or high- Microsoft, Windows Media, and the
definition video plus standard to multi- Windows logo are trademarks, or
channel surround-sound audio on a registered trademarks of Microsoft
single digital connection. HDMI Corporation in the United States and/or
other countries. D
features include uncompressed digital
video, a bandwidth of up to 5 gigabytes
*1
per second and communication DivX, DivX Certified, and associated logos are
between the AV source and AV devices trademarks of DivX, Inc. and are used under
such as DTVs. license.
ISO 9660 International standard for the volume *2
format and file structure of CD-ROM discs.
Manufactured under license from Dolby
Laboratories. Dolby and the double-D symbol
JPEG A standard file format used for still are trademarks of Dolby Laboratories.
images. JPEG files are identified by the
*3
file extension .jpg. DTS and DTS DigitalOut are registered
trademarks of Digital Theater Systems, Inc.
MP3 MP3 (MPEG1 audio layer 3) is a
compressed stereo audio file format. E
Files are recognized by their file
extension .mp3.

MPEG audio An audio format used on Video CD/


Super VCDs and some DVD discs.

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8. PANEL FACILITIES
8.1 FRONT PANEL SECTION
A
Front panel

1 2 3 4 5

B
15 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6

1 STANDBY/ON 9  OPEN/CLOSE
Press to switch the player on or into standby. Press to open or close the disc tray.
2 Disc tray 10 
C Press to start or resume playback.
3 TOP MENU
Displays the top menu of a DVD 11 
discthis varies with the disc. Press to pause playback. Press again to
restart.
4 ENTER & cursor buttons
Selects the current menu option. 12 
Press to stop the disc (you can resume play-
back by pressing  (play)).
5 MENU
Displays a DVD disc menuthis varies with the disc
and may be the same as the top menu. 13  and  
D 6 RETURN Press and hold for fast reverse/forward
Returns to the previously dis-played menu screen. scanning.
7 HOME MENU Press to jump to the previous/next
chapter or track.

8 Display 15 Compatible
Description of the display.
This mark indicates compatibility with
DVD-RW discs recorded on a DVD recorder
in Video Recording mode.
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8.2 REMOTE CONTROL

Remote control A

1
Press to switch the player on or into standby.

2 AUDIO
Press to select the audio channel or language.

3 SUBTITLE
Press to select a subtitle display. B

4 Number buttons

5 TOP MENU
Press to display the top menu of a DVD disc.

6 ENTER & cursor buttons


Use to navigate on-screen displays and
menus. Press ENTER to select an option or C

execute a command.

7 HOME MENU
Press to display (or exit) the on-screen
display.

8
Use for reverse slow motion playback, frame
reverse and reverse scanning.
D
9
Press to start or resume playback.

10
chapter or track, then to previous chapters/
tracks.

11
Press to pause playback; press again to
restart. E

12 PLAY MODE
Press to display the Play Mode menu. (You
can also get to the Play Mode menu by
pressing HOME MENU and selecting Play
Mode).

Press to jump to the beginning of the current

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Remote control 2

A 13 SURROUND 19 RETURN
Press to activate/switch off 2V/SRS TruSurround. Press to return to a previous menu screen.

20
14 Use for forward slow motion playback, frame
Press to open or close the disc tray. advance and forward scanning.

15 ANGLE 21
Press to change the camera angle during Press to jump to the next chapter or track.
DVD multi-angle scene playback.
B 22
Press to stop the disc (you can resume playback
16 CLEAR by pressing (play)).
Press to clear a numeric entry.
23 DISPLAY
17 ENTER Press to display information about the disc
Use to select menu options, etc. playing.

24 ZOOM
C 18 MENU Press to change the zoom level.
Press to display a DVD disc menu, or the Disc
Navigator if a VR format DVD-RW, CD, Video
CD , MP3, WMA or JPEG disc is loaded.

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7 Jigs list

A Name Jig No. Remarks


Service Remote Control Unit GGF1381 diagnosis

DVD Test Disc (DVD-Video,NTSC) GGV1025 Operation Check


DVD Test Disc (DVD-Video,PAL) GGV-1101 Operation Check
CD Test Disc STD-905 Operation Check

B
Lubricants and Glues list

Name Lubricants and Glues No. Remark


Daifree GEM1036 (ZLX-ME413A) Refer to "2.3 06 DVD MECHA SECTION"
Grease GYA1001 (ZLB-PN397B) Refer to "2.3 06 DVD MECHA SECTION"
Grease GEM1018 Refer to "2.3 06 DVD MECHA SECTION"

Cleaning
Before shipping out the product, be sure to clean the following positions by using the prescribed cleaning tools:
Position to be cleaned Cleaning tools Remark
Pickup leneses Cleaning liquid : GEM1004
Cleaning paper : GED-008

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