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BLU-RAY DISC PLAYER
MODEL : XV-BP1UB/XV-BP1A
P/NO : AFN73065097
JULY, 2009

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  • Page 1 BLU-RAY DISC PLAYER MODEL : XV-BP1UB/XV-BP1A P/NO : AFN73065097 JULY, 2009...
  • Page 2 CONTENTS SECTION 1 ..SUMMARY SECTION 2 ..CABINET & MAIN CHASSIS SECTION 3 ..ELECTRICAL SECTION 4 ..HL-05P LOADER PART SECTION 5 ..REPLACEMENT PARTS LIST...
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    SECTION 1 SUMMARY CONTENTS PRODUCT SAFETY SERVICING GUIDELINES FOR BLU-RAY DISC PLAYER PRODUCTS ......................1-3 SERVICING PRECAUTIONS .......................... 1-4 • General ServicinG PrecautionS • inSulation checkinG Prodedure • electroStatically SenSitive (eS) deviceS SOFTWARE UPGRADE ..........................1-5 SPECIFICATIONS ............................1-6...
  • Page 4: Product Safety Servicing Guidelines For Blu-Ray Disc Player Products

    When servicing this product, under no circumstances should the original design be modified or altered without permission from Jvc. all components should be replaced only with types identical to those in the original circuit and their physical location, wiring and lead dress must conform to original layout upon completion of repairs.
  • Page 5: Servicing Precautions

    SERVICING PRECAUTIONS Electrostatically Sensitive (ES) Devices caution: Before servicing the Blu-ray diSc Player cov- ered by this service data and its supplements and addends, Some semiconductor (solid state) devices can be damaged read and follow the SaFety PrecautionS. note: if easily by static electricity.
  • Page 6: Software Upgrade

    SOFTWARE UPGRADE • Burn a dvd recordable disc or uSB with a file that is named to “Jvc_Bd_310M.roM”. • insert a upgrading disc or uSB. • Show help message for disc upgrade as follows. < in the case of Back end program & Front end program > Press play key to upgrade and it will show progress information after completing upgrade then power is off.
  • Page 7: Specifications

    SPECIFICATIONS • General Power requirements: ac 110v-240V~, 50/60hz Power consumption: dimensions (W x h x d): approx. 16.9 x 2.1 x 9.7inches (430 x 54 x 245mm) without foot Weight (approx.): 6.2lbs (2.8kg) operating temperature: 41°F to 95°F (5°c to 35°c) operating humidity: 5% to 90% •...
  • Page 8 SECTION 2 CABINET & MAIN CHASSIS CONTENTS DISASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS ........................2-2 EXPLODED VIEWS ............................2-3 1. caBinet and Main FraMe Section ....................2-3 2. deck MechaniSM Section (hl-05P) ....................2-4 3. PackinG acceSSory Section ......................2-5...
  • Page 9: Disassembly Instructions

    DISASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS 1. it is the product appearance. 5. it is the feature that the top and front panel are seperated. 2. remove the three screws on the back panel to seperate the top cover. 3. Push the top cover backward to seperate the top cover completely.
  • Page 10: Exploded Views

    EXPLODED VIEWS 1. CABINET AND MAIN FRAME SECTION SVC purchase order caution key board is array coming timer board. Purchase order board separately supply incomprehensible. Supply is possible in location no. a50 state in exploded views.
  • Page 11: Deck Mechanism Section (Hl-05P)

    2. DECK MECHANISM SECTION (HL-05P) Service Notice Refer to “HOW T O USE THE BAR- 1431 CODE SCAN TOOL”(Page4-11 ~ 4-13) after replacing A002, A52 and 1049. 1001 1002 1003 A001 A002 1437 1025 1049 1011 1041 1026 1017 1030 1433 1013 1020...
  • Page 12: Packing Accessory Section

    3. PACKING ACCESSORY SECTION 808 Battery 900 Remote Control 811 Plug Ass'y 1way 812 Plug Ass'y 2way 801 Instruction Ass'y 804 Bag 803 Packing 803 Packing 802 Box...
  • Page 13 MEMO...
  • Page 14 SECTION 3 ELECTRICAL CONTENTS TRAINING MASTER FOR BLU-RAY (BD) ....................3-2 1. diStorted Picture ........................... 3-2 2. no Picture ............................3-7 3. Picture color ..........................3-12 4. noiSe/audio ProBleMS ........................3-14 5. MiScellaneouS ..........................3-17 6. Blu-ray Player ..........................3-26 7.
  • Page 15: Training Master For Blu-Ray (Bd)

    TRAINING MASTER FOR BLU-RAY (BD) Objective: To provide clear and concise guidelines for customer service agents to handle calls on box goods calls. 1. DISTORTED PICTURE 1-1. Lines on Picture distorted picture refers to the customer getting video, but there is a problem with the video. determine what cables the customer is using to connect What cables is the Bd to the tv and if connected properly.
  • Page 16 TRAINING MASTER FOR BLU-RAY (BD) 1-2. Ghost Picture distorted picture refers to the customer getting video, but there is a problem with the video. determine what cables the customer is using to connect the Bd to the tv and if connected properly. refer to oM for connections. What cables is the customer tighten any loose cables.
  • Page 17 TRAINING MASTER FOR BLU-RAY (BD) 1-3. Rolling Picture distorted picture refers to the customer getting video, but there is a problem with the video. determine what cables the customer is using to connect the Bd to the tv and if connected properly. refer to oM for connections. What cables is the customer tighten any loose cables.
  • Page 18 TRAINING MASTER FOR BLU-RAY (BD) 1-4. Shaky Picture distorted picture refers to the customer getting video, but there is a problem with the video. determine what cables the customer is using to connect the Bd to the tv and if connected properly. refer to oM for connections. What cables is the customer tighten any loose cables.
  • Page 19 TRAINING MASTER FOR BLU-RAY (BD) 1-5. Blurry Picture distorted picture refers to the customer getting video, but there is a problem with the video. determine what cables the customer is using to connect the Bd to the tv and if connected properly. refer to oM for connections. What cables is the customer tighten any loose cables.
  • Page 20: No Picture

    TRAINING MASTER FOR BLU-RAY (BD) 2. NO PICTURE 2-1. Black Screen the entire screen is black. determine what cables the customer is using to connect the Bd to the tv and if connected properly. refer to oM for connections. What cables is the customer tighten any loose cables.
  • Page 21 TRAINING MASTER FOR BLU-RAY (BD) 2-2. Blue Screen the entire screen is a solid blue color. determine what cables the customer is using to connect the Bd to the tv and if connected properly. refer to oM for connections. What cables is the customer tighten any loose cables.
  • Page 22 TRAINING MASTER FOR BLU-RAY (BD) 2-3. Snowy Screen a snowy picture is when black and white dots are all over the screen. determine what cables the customer is using to connect the Bd to the tv and if connected properly. refer to oM for connections. What cables is the customer tighten any loose cables.
  • Page 23 TRAINING MASTER FOR BLU-RAY (BD) 2-4. No Signal a “no signal” message appears on the screen of the display. determine what cables the customer is using to connect the Bd to the tv and if connected properly. refer to oM for connections. What cables is the customer tighten any loose cables.
  • Page 24 TRAINING MASTER FOR BLU-RAY (BD) 2-5. Invalid Format or Format Not Supported Make sure the customer’s simultaneously connecting analog component cable with hdMi cable. and then if copy Protected disc is playing back, is the customer using a analog component output is no picture. only when the analog output digital cable connection? is 576i, you can see the picture.
  • Page 25: Picture Color

    TRAINING MASTER FOR BLU-RAY (BD) 3. PICTURE COLOR 3-1. No Color the video displays no color and only shows in black and white. determine what cables the customer is using to connect the Bd What cables is the customer to the tv and if connected properly. refer to oM for connections. using to connect the Bd? tighten any loose cables.
  • Page 26 TRAINING MASTER FOR BLU-RAY (BD) 3-2. Poor Color the color is poor. examples would be washed out colors, colors bleeding into one another, or a solid tint to a screen. determine what cables the customer is using to connect the Bd to What cables is the customer the tv and if connected properly.
  • Page 27: Noise/Audio Problems

    TRAINING MASTER FOR BLU-RAY (BD) 4. NOISE/AUDIO PROBLEMS 4-1. No Audio the customer is not able to get audio. determine what cables the customer is using to connect the Bd to the tv and if connected properly. refer to oM for connections. What cables is the customer tighten any loose cables.
  • Page 28 TRAINING MASTER FOR BLU-RAY (BD) 4-2. Distorted Audio the audio sounds muffled, scratchy, or the audio skips. determine what cables the customer is using to connect the Bd to the tv and if connected properly. refer to oM for connections. What cables is the customer tighten any loose cables.
  • Page 29 TRAINING MASTER FOR BLU-RAY (BD) 4-3. Humming/Clicking Noise the unit is making a humming noise or a clicking noise. Bds make a slight hum when playing discs. does the noise only a clicking noise or a noise interfering with audio may indicate a problem. happen when a disc try multiple discs.
  • Page 30: Miscellaneous

    TRAINING MASTER FOR BLU-RAY (BD) 5. MISCELLANEOUS 5-1. No Power the unit will not turn on. is the unit plugged in? Make sure the unit is plugged into a surge protector or the wall. does the unit turn on See if the unit will turn on when the power button the unit is pressed. when the power button if the unit turns on, then troubleshoot the remote control using is pressed on the unit?
  • Page 31 TRAINING MASTER FOR BLU-RAY (BD) 5-2. Disc Error the unit displays “disc error” when a disc is inserted into the Bd player. is the disc inserted into Make sure the disc has been inserted into the Bd player properly. the Bd player properly? the player can not read a disc inserted into the unit upside down.
  • Page 32 TRAINING MASTER FOR BLU-RAY (BD) 5-3. Unit Locks Up unit does not respond to any commands. if the unit will turn on or off with the button on the unit, does the unit respond to troubleshoot the remote control. Please refer to the buttons on the unit? remote control not Working call flow.
  • Page 33 TRAINING MASTER FOR BLU-RAY (BD) 5-5. Remote Control Not Working if the buttons on the front of the unit do not respond, does the unit respond to determine if the product has locked up or if the unit will not turn on. buttons on the front of the unit? the problem is not the remote control.
  • Page 34 TRAINING MASTER FOR BLU-RAY (BD) 5-6. Will Not Play Disc the unit will not play a disc when a disc is inserted into the player. is the disc inserted into Make sure the disc has been inserted into the Bd player properly. the Bd player properly? the player can not read a disc inserted into the unit upside down.
  • Page 35 TRAINING MASTER FOR BLU-RAY (BD) 5-7. Disc Freezes or Skips the audio and video freeze and skip during play back of a Bd or dvd disc. is the disc inserted into Make sure the disc has been inserted into the Bd player properly. the Bd player properly? the player can not read a disc inserted into the unit upside down.
  • Page 36 TRAINING MASTER FOR BLU-RAY (BD) 5-8. Can Access Menu, but Not Play a Movie the disc menu is displayed but the disc will not play. Go into the system information screen of the Bd player. to access this menu, bring up the main menu. Go to tv aspect, check the system information highlight 16:9, press 1397139 and hit enter.
  • Page 37 TRAINING MASTER FOR BLU-RAY (BD) 5-10. Aspect Ratio the customer has bars on the top and bottom of the screen, the left and right of the screen, or both. a full screen movie played on a wide screen tv will have bars is the movie on the left and right side of the tv.
  • Page 38 TRAINING MASTER FOR BLU-RAY (BD) 5-11. My Unit Won’t Upconvert the customer has a problem with getting the unit to change resolutions to 480p, 720p, 1080i, or 1080p. ask the customer to press stop to stop the disc from playing. is the disc ask the customer to press the resolution button to change the resolution.
  • Page 39: Blu-Ray Player

    TRAINING MASTER FOR BLU-RAY (BD) 6. BLU-RAY PLAYER 6-1. Slow Loading Times for BDs the loading times for a blu-ray disc is 30 seconds. Why does it take so When a customer switches from one disc to another, the lens long to load my Bds? will change which is what causes the delay.
  • Page 40 TRAINING MASTER FOR BLU-RAY (BD) 6-3. Ethernet Port the purpose of the ethernet port on the unit. What is the purpose of this is used for the unit to access a network dealing with the ethernet port on interactive Bd movie menu. unit can support Bd2.0 so that the unit? network function is active in the Bd disc.
  • Page 41: Network

    TRAINING MASTER FOR BLU-RAY (BD) 7. NETWORK 7-1. Network Setup By connecting the unit to broadband internet, you can use Bd live feature connect the player’s lan port to the corresponding port check the network on your Modem router using a lan cable. connection use a commercially available straight lan cable (category 5/cat5 or better with rJ45 connector)
  • Page 42 TRAINING MASTER FOR BLU-RAY (BD) 7-2. Less Bandwidth and less resolution movie than expected the Quality indicator during movie retrieval corresponds to the following bandwidth requirements: • 1 dot is 0.5 Mbps • 2 dots is 1.0 Mbps • 3 dots is 1.6 Mbps •...
  • Page 43: Electrical Troubleshooting Guide

    ELECTRICAL TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE 1. POWER SUPPLY (SMPS) no 5.3va is the replace F101 (same fuse) F101 normal? replace Bd101 is Bd101 normal? replace r101 is the r101 normal? is vcc (13v~27v) is d102 normal? supplied to ic101 Pin4? check or replace the d102 is there about replace ic103 2.5v at the ic103...
  • Page 44 ELECTRICAL TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE No 3.3V No 5V Is the Is the Vcc(3.8V) Check or Replace Check or Replace Vcc(5.5V) supplied to IC153 supplied to D132 the D123 the D132 Pin1? anode? Is the Is the Check the DVD CTL Check the DVD CTL IC153 Pin4 IC152 Pin4 “H”...
  • Page 45: Power On

    ELECTRICAL TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE 2. POWER ON POWER on "HELLO Front I/F PLEASE WAIT" Front I/F cable connect cable connection Display on VFD VFD power cable connection VFD power cable connect Display "LG LOGO" Proper display cable connection display on monitor cable connect Normal TV function OK...
  • Page 46: System Part

    ELECTRICAL TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE 3. SYSTEM PART POWER on “HELLO CN501, PLEASE WAIT” Pin18:+5.3VA, Pin3:-29VA, Check SMPS Pin17: -27V, Pin13: Display on VFD -24V? X501 10MHz X501 Change R516 About 625kHz Serial IC501 Change Clock OK? R523 about 500kHz IC502 Change Timer Board DIG501 Change CN701,...
  • Page 47: Component (Ypbpr) Video Out

    ELECTRICAL TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE 4. COMPONENT (YPbPr) VIDEO OUT Component video no display L906 +3.3V Re-soldering C913, C914, C915 Re-soldering Signal OK? R923, R924, R925 Re-soldering Signal OK? JK904 Re-soldering Soldering OK? Component Video OK 3-34...
  • Page 48: Cvbs Video Out

    ELECTRICAL TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE 5. CVBS VIDEO OUT CVBS video no display C910 IC301 Check Video signal input R913 IC901 Check Video signal output JK904 Re-soldering Soldering OK? CVBS Video OK 3-35...
  • Page 49: Audio (S/Pdif, Optical)

    ELECTRICAL TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE 6. AUDIO (S/PDIF, OPTICAL) No Audio C917 IC301 Check Digital Audio output OK? JK903 Red JK903 (Pin2) IC204 Check Lighting OK? +5.0V OK? JK903 Re-soldering S/PDIF, OPTICAL audio out OK 3-36...
  • Page 50: Audio (Analog)

    ELECTRICAL TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE 7. AUDIO (ANALOG) No Audio CN201 (Pin4) IC603(Pin8) Check SMPS 12V_AUDIO 12V AUDIO R947 Re-soldering Q905 (Pin2) Q902 Re-soldering LOW? IC903 IC301 Check Pin 6, 7, 8, I2S Output OK? IC903 Pin 14,15 IC903 Check audio output before Amp OK? CA907, CA908 IC904 Check...
  • Page 51: Hdmi

    ELECTRICAL TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE 8. HDMI No A/V JK902 Re-soldering Soldering OK? L902 JK902 Pin18 Re-soldering soldering OK? VCC +5V OK? IC204 Pin 4 Check JK902 Pin19 TV hot plug detect signal +2.0V < Voltage < +5.3V check (from IC301) JK902 Pin15, 16 Check HDMI Voltage (SCL, SDA) Level Shifter...
  • Page 52: Waveforms

    WAVEFORMS 1. SYSTEM PART-1 IC301 MT8520 MT8520 XTAL 27MHz IC301 MT8520 MT8520 XTAL 25MHz for SATA Loader 3-39...
  • Page 53: System Part-2 (System Memory)

    2. SYSTEM PART-2 (SYSTEM MEMORY) MT8520 DDR2_A_BA[0] MT8520 DDR2_A_WE# MT8520 DDR2_A_CAS# MT8520 DDR2_A_CLK0 3-40...
  • Page 54: Video Part-1 (100% Full Color-Bar)

    3. VIDEO PART-1 (100% FULL COLOR-BAR) CVBS_I 3-41...
  • Page 55: Video Part-2 (100% Full Color-Bar)

    4. VIDEO PART-2 (100% FULL COLOR-BAR) CVBS COMP_Y COMP_Pb COMP_Pr 3-42...
  • Page 56: Audio Part (S/Pdif)

    5. AUDIO PART (S/PDIF) ASPDIF 3-43...
  • Page 57: Hdmi Part

    6. HDMI PART HDMI_SDA HDMI_SCL HDMI_CLK HDMI_DATA 3-44...
  • Page 58: Front I/F Part

    7. FRONT I/F PART T_TX R_RX 3-45...
  • Page 59: Block Diagrams

    BLOCK DIAGRAMS 1. OVERALL BLOCK DIAGRAM 3-46...
  • Page 60: Smps Block Diagram

    2. SMPS BLOCK DIAGRAM 3-47...
  • Page 61: System Block Diagram

    3. SYSTEM BLOCK DIAGRAM 3-48...
  • Page 62: Mt8520/Ddr2-Sdram/Nand/Flash/Eeprom Block Diagram

    4. MT8520/DDR2-SDRAM/NAND/FLASH/EEPROM BLOCK DIAGRAM 3-49...
  • Page 63: Mt8520/Hdmi/Ethernet/Usb/Av Block Diagram

    5. MT8520/HDMI/ETHERNET/USB/AV BLOCK DIAGRAM 3-50...
  • Page 64: Micom And Timer Block Diagram

    6. MICOM AND TIMER BLOCK DIAGRAM 3-51...
  • Page 65: Smps Power Signal Block Diagram

    7. SMPS POWER SIGNAL BLOCK DIAGRAM 3-52...
  • Page 66: Main Board Power Signal Block Diagram

    8. MAIN BOARD POWER SIGNAL BLOCK DIAGRAM 3-53...
  • Page 67: Timer/Micom Power Signal Block Diagram

    9. TIMER/MICOM POWER SIGNAL BLOCK DIAGRAM 3-54...
  • Page 68 10. LEVEL SHIFTER/CEC/EFUSE BLOCK DIAGRAM 3-55...
  • Page 69 MEMO 3-56...
  • Page 70: Circuit Diagrams

    DESIGN BE MODIFIED OR ALTERED WITHOUT FROM THE ACTUAL CIRCUIT USED. THIS WAY, 2. Voltages are DC-measured with a digital voltmeter PERMISSION FROM THE JVC. ALL COMPONENTS IMPLEMENTATION OF THE LATEST SAFETY during Play mode. SHOULD BE REPLACED ONLY WITH TYPES...
  • Page 71: Power/Timer/Usb Circuit Diagram

    2. POWER/TIMER/USB CIRCUIT DIAGRAM 3-59 3-60...
  • Page 72: Mt8520-1 Circuit Diagram

    3. MT8520-1 CIRCUIT DIAGRAM 3-61 3-62...
  • Page 73: Mt8520-2 Circuit Diagram

    4. MT8520-2 CIRCUIT DIAGRAM 3-63 3-64...
  • Page 74: Key Circuit Diagram

    5. KEY CIRCUIT DIAGRAM 3-65 3-66...
  • Page 75: Timer Circuit Diagram

    6. TIMER CIRCUIT DIAGRAM 3-67 3-68...
  • Page 76: Ddr2-Sdram Circuit Diagram

    7. DDR2-SDRAM CIRCUIT DIAGRAM 3-69 3-70...
  • Page 77: Nand/Flash/Ethernet Circuit Diagram

    8. NAND/FLASH/ETHERNET CIRCUIT DIAGRAM 3-71 3-72...
  • Page 78: Av/Hdmi Circuit Diagram

    9. AV/HDMI CIRCUIT DIAGRAM 3-73 3-74...
  • Page 79: Printed Circuit Board Diagrams

    PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARD DIAGRAMS 1. MAIN P.C.BOARD (TOP VIEW) (BOTTOM VIEW) 3-75 3-76...
  • Page 80: Smps P.c.board

    2. SMPS P.C.BOARD (TOP VIEW) (BOTTOM VIEW) 3-77 3-78...
  • Page 81: Key P.c.board

    3. KEY P.C.BOARD 4. TIMER P.C.BOARD (TOP VIEW) (TOP VIEW) (BOTTOM VIEW) (BOTTOM VIEW) 5. D5 P.C.BOARD (TOP VIEW) (BOTTOM VIEW) 3-79 3-80...
  • Page 82 SECTION 4 HL-05P LOADER PART CONTENTS ELECTRICAL TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE ..................4-2 1. RESET OR POWER CHECK ........................4-2 2. SYSTEM CHECK ............................4-3 3. TRAY OPERATING IS ABNORMAL ......................4-4 4. SLED OPERATING IS ABNORMAL ......................4-5 5. SPINDLE OPERATING IS ABNORMAL ....................4-6 6.
  • Page 83 ELECTRICAL TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE 1. RESET OR POWER CHECK Reset or power check. Check it after connecting the power cable only on interface cable for NO Reset or Power ON. Are the Pin1 of Check the power (5V/12V) signal LPB801+5V, Pin4 of LPB801+12V path from SMPS.
  • Page 84: Electrical Troubleshooting Guide

    ELECTRICAL TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE 2. SYSTEM CHECK System Check. Load tray without inserting disc. Does tray Go to “Tray operating is abnormal” operate normally? Does Pick-up move to Go to “Sled operating is abnormal” Inside or outside? Does Pick-up lens move Go to “Focus actuator operating is abnormal”...
  • Page 85: Tray Operating Is Abnormal

    ELECTRICAL TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE 3. TRAY OPERATING IS ABNORMAL Tray operating is abnormal Tray open doesn’t work. Is there tray Is there Tray control signal input? control signal output? (LIC201 Pin41) (LIC501 Pin55) Check the connection from LIC501 Pin55 to LIC201 Pin4. •...
  • Page 86: Sled Operating Is Abnormal

    ELECTRICAL TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE 4. SLED OPERATING IS ABNORMAL Sled operating is abnormal. Is there sled Replace the LIC501. control signal output? (LIC501 Pin56,57) Is there Check the PCB pattern and components sled drive voltage input? between LIC501 and LIC201 sled signals (LIC201 Pin2,3 ) Is there Check the LIC201.
  • Page 87: Spindle Operating Is Abnormal

    ELECTRICAL TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE 5. SPINDLE OPERATING IS ABNORMAL Spindle operating is abnormal Is there spindle control output? Replace the LIC501. (LIC501 Pin58) Is there Is there spindle drive voltage FG signal input? output? (LIC201 Pin12, (LIC501 Pin96) 13,14,16) • Check the output of LIC201 Pin19. •...
  • Page 88: Focus Actuator Operating Is Abnormal

    ELECTRICAL TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE 6. FOCUS ACTUATOR OPERATING IS ABNORMAL Focus actuator operating is abnormal. Is there focus • Check the connection of LIC501 Pin54. search control signal input? • Replace the LIC501. (LIC201 Pin40) Is there Check the LIC201 focus search drive voltage output? (LIC201 Pin34,35) Check the signal pattern and application Check the connection...
  • Page 89: Laser Operating Is Abnormal

    ELECTRICAL TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE 7. LASER OPERATING IS ABNORMAL 7-1. BD-ROM BD-ROM operating is abnormal Is there Replace the traverse assembly TR LQ122 collector voltage input? and scan the pick-up barcode. (about 4.86V, 25° C) Check the main PCB pick-up interface circuit. Is there Check the TR LQ122 and TR LQ122 base voltage input?
  • Page 90 ELECTRICAL TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE 7-2. DVD-ROM DVD-ROM operating is abnormal Is there Replace the traverse assembly TR LQ121 collector voltage input? and scan the pick-up barcode. (about 2.27V, 25° C) Check the main PCB pick-up interface circuit. Is there Check the TR LQ121. TR LQ121 base voltage input? (about 3.5V) Is there...
  • Page 91 ELECTRICAL TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE 7-3. CD-ROM CD-ROM operating is abnormal Is there Replace the traverse assembly TR LQ120 collector voltage input? and scan the pick-up barcode. (about 1.79V, 25° C) Check the main PCB pick-up interface circuit. Is there Check the TR LQ120. TR LQ120 base voltage input? (about 3.6V) Is there...
  • Page 92: How To Use The Bar-Code Scan Tool

    HOW TO USE THE BAR-CODE SCAN TOOL Bar-Code Scan Tool inserts the Bar-code values (including Skew, Read power, HFM, LD power and so on) to the Flash-ROM in the Loader Main Board. So, In case of changing the Traverse assembly or Loader main board, It is required to pick-up Bar-code scan procedure.
  • Page 93: Running Bar-Code Scan Tool

    3. RUNNING BAR-CODE SCAN TOOL When running “LoaderTester.exe” file in the wallpaper(background) of Windows, the following screen appears. Before you start to click “Start” button, remind these. 1) “Test Mode Start” should be selected. 2) Check “only Bar Code” 3) Click “START” Select “Test Mode Start”...
  • Page 94: Bar-Code Scan Procedure

    4. BAR-CODE SCAN PROCEDURE 1) Untie the screw of Loader. 2) Connect the “USB to SATA connector” and “SATA Power” to the Loader. 3) Connect the “USB to SATA connector” to the PC. 4) Connect the “Bar-Code Scanner” to the PC. 5) Run the Bar-Code Scan Tool (Loader Tester).
  • Page 95: Internal Structure Of The Pick-Up

    INTERNAL STRUCTURE OF THE PICK-UP 1. OPTICAL LAYOUT CD+BD 2- OBL type 650/780nm LD 405nm LD DVD/CD Layout Blu-ray Layout 4-14...
  • Page 96: Sf-Bd412 Pdic Composition

    2. SF-BD412 PDIC COMPOSITION Vref A~D SA~SD RF+,RF- 4-15...
  • Page 97: Pick-Up Connector Terminal Pin Assignments

    3. PICK-UP CONNECTOR TERMINAL PIN ASSIGNMENTS PIN NO. PIN NAME DESCRIPTION FCS2+ FOCUSING2+ FCS2- FOCUSING2- TRK+ TRACKING+ FCS1+ FOCUSING1+ TRK- TRACKING- FCS1- FOCUSING1- Stepping Motor A- Terminal Stepping Motor B- Terminal Stepping Motor A+ Terminal CL SHIFTER Stepping Motor B+ Terminal A output B output C output...
  • Page 98: Major Ic Internal Block Diagram And Pin Description

    MAJOR IC INTERNAL BLOCK DIAGRAM AND PIN DESCRIPTION 1. LIC501 (MT8575) : Blu-ray SIGNAL PROCESSOR SINGLE CHIP 1-1. Pin Assignment 4-17...
  • Page 99 1-2. Block Diagram 4-18...
  • Page 100 1-3. Pin Function PIN NO PIN NAME TYPE DESCRIPTION RF Signals & S/H Control Pulses (21) TRINA Analog Input Input of Tracking Signal (A) TRINB Analog Input Input of Tracking Signal (B) TRINC Analog Input Input of Tracking Signal (C) TRIND Analog Input Input of Tracking Signal (D)
  • Page 101 PIN NO PIN NAME TYPE DESCRIPTION AVDD12_3 Analog Power(1.2V) Power Pin AVDD12_4 Analog Power(1.2V) Power Pin AVDD33_4 Analog Power(3.3V) Power Pin AVDD12_1 Analog Power(1.2V) Power Pin AVDD33_1 Analog Power(3.3V) Power Pin Low-Speed General Output (10) LGO1P Analog Output Lowspeed General Output 1P LGO1N Analog Output Lowspeed General Output 1N...
  • Page 102 PIN NO PIN NAME TYPE DESCRIPTION LDD serial interface (3) 3.3V LVTTL I/O, LDD_SDIO LDD serial interface data. The pin is spike-free at power-on stage. 5V-tolerance, LDD_CLK LDD serial interface CLK. The pin is spike-free at power-on stage. 2,4,6,8mA PDR, LDD serial interface command enable.
  • Page 103: Lic201 (R2A30232Sp) : Spindle Motor And 6Ch Actuator Driver

    2. LIC201 (R2A30232SP) : SPINDLE MOTOR AND 6CH ACTUATOR DRIVER 2-1. Block Diagram 4-22...
  • Page 104 2-2. Pin Function PIN NO SYMBOL FUNCTION SPIN Spindle control voltage input SL1IN Slide control voltage input 1 SL2IN Slide control voltage input ÇQ SPLIM Input terminal for spindle current limit Motor Power Supply ÇQ(for Slide) SL2+ Slide non-inverted output 2 SL2- Slide inverted output 2 SL1+...
  • Page 105 MEMO 4-24...
  • Page 106: Circuit Diagram

    CIRCUIT DIAGRAM 4-25 4-26...
  • Page 107: Circuit Voltage Chart

    CIRCUIT VOLTAGE CHART MODE: BD-ROM PLAYBACK 2.39 0.00 3.27 1.19 8.18 2.49 3.28 3.27 1.19 12.19 LIC100 4.94 1.19 1.12 LIC903 PIN NO. VOLTAGE 0.00 1.16 1.40 PIN NO. VOLTAGE 0.00 2.60 0.00 3.24 3.29 0.00 PULSE 0.00 0.00 3.24 1.50 1.20 3.30...
  • Page 108: Printed Circuit Board Diagrams

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