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SERVICE MANUAL
DVD PLAYER & VIDEO CASSETTE RECORDER
2004
YD008
3
HR-XVC22UC, HR-XVC23UC,
HR-XVC26US, HR-XVC27UC,
HR-XVC27US
For disassembling and assembling of MECHANISM ASSEMBLY, refer to the SERVICE MANUAL No.86700(MECHANISM ASSEMBLY).
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PRECAUTION. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-3
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SPECIFIC SERVICE INSTRUCTIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-7
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DISASSEMBLY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-9
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ADJUSTMENT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-15
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TROUBLESHOOTING . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-21
COPYRIGHT © 2004 VICTOR COMPANY OF JAPAN, LIMITED
HR-XVC22UC, HR-XVC23UC, HR-XVC26US, HR-XVC27UC, HR-XVC27US [D3PV0]
TABLE OF CONTENTS
No.YD008
2004/3

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  • Page 1: Table Of Contents

    HR-XVC22UC, HR-XVC23UC, HR-XVC26US, HR-XVC27UC, HR-XVC27US HR-XVC22UC, HR-XVC23UC, HR-XVC26US, HR-XVC27UC, HR-XVC27US [D3PV0] For disassembling and assembling of MECHANISM ASSEMBLY, refer to the SERVICE MANUAL No.86700(MECHANISM ASSEMBLY). TABLE OF CONTENTS PRECAUTION............... . . 1-3 SPECIFIC SERVICE INSTRUCTIONS .

  • Page 2

    SPECIFICATION HR-XVC22UC, HR-XVC23UC HR-XVC26US ,HR-XVC27UC, HR-XVC27US GENERAL Power requirement AC 120 V, 60 Hz Power consumption Power on 22 W Power off 2.0 W Temperature ° Operating C to 40°C (41°F to 104°F) Storage -20°C to 60°C (-4°F to140°F) Operating position Horizontal only Dimensions (W ×...

  • Page 3: Precaution

    SECTION 1 PRECAUTION SAFTY PRECAUTIONS Prior to shipment from the factory, JVC products are strictly in- Consequently, when servicing these products, replace the spected to conform with the recognized product safety and elec- cathode ray tubes and other parts with only the specified trical codes of the countries in which they are to be parts.

  • Page 4

    1.1.2 Safety Check after Servicing Examine the area surrounding the repaired location for damage (4) Leakage current test or deterioration. Observe that screws, parts and wires have been Confirm specified or lower leakage current between earth returned to original positions, Afterwards, perform the following ground/power cord plug prongs and externally exposed ac- tests and confirm the specified values in order to verify compli- cessible parts (RF terminals, antenna terminals, video and...

  • Page 5

    Preventing static electricity Electrostatic discharge (ESD), which occurs when static electricity stored in the body, fabric, etc. is discharged, can destroy the laser diode in the traverse unit (optical pickup). Take care to prevent this when performing repairs. 1.2.1 Grounding to prevent damage by static electricity Static electricity in the work area can destroy the optical pickup (laser diode) in devices such as DVD players.

  • Page 6

    Precautions for Service 1.3.1 Handling of Traverse Unit and Laser Pickup (1) Do not touch any peripheral element of the pickup or the actuator. (2) The traverse unit and the pickup are precision devices and therefore must not be subjected to strong shock. (3) Do not use a tester to examine the laser diode.

  • Page 7: Specific Service Instructions

    SECTION 2 SPECIFIC SERVICE INSTRUCTIONS Different table of feature The following table indicates main different points between models HR-XVC22UC, HR-XVC23UC, HR-XVC26US, HR-XVC27UC and HR-XVC27US. HR-XVC22UC HR-XVC23UC HR-XVC26US HR-XVC27UC HR-XVC27US ← BODY COLOR BLACK PURE SILVER BLACK PURE SILVER ← REMOCON COLOR...

  • Page 8

    mode as initial setting. Therefore please set the VCR to (2) To clean the parts of the tape transport system other than the user RCU mode after replacing the EEPROM. the upper drum, use a piece of closely woven cloth or a cot- ton swab soaked with alcohol.

  • Page 9: Disassembly

    SECTION 3 DISASSEMBLY Removing the major parts 3.1.1 Destination of connectors 3.1.3 Disassembly procedure Two kinds of double-arrows in connection tables respectively Step/ Fig. Part Name Point Note show kinds of connector/wires. Loc No. : Flat wire : Wire : Board to board (B-B) Top cover 3-1d 8(S1a)

  • Page 10

    <Note 3c> • When reattaching the Drum assembly, secure the screws (S3c to S3e) in the order of c, d, e. (S3c) (S3e) (S3d) (S3e) Mechanism (S3d) assembly Drum HOOK assembly (S3c) <Note 3c> <NOTE> Attach the Drum assembly appropriately, since the installation state of the Drum assembly influences the FM WAVEFORM LINEARITY greatly.

  • Page 11

    (S1a) NOTE 1.Insert direction of FFC WIRE as follows. right side back side (S1a) supporting side electrode side [1]Top cover 2.FFC WIRE and DRUM FPC WIRE should be insert as follows. (S1a) (S1a) 3.Insert the wire to even the root of connector completely (S1a) at the same time as inserting each wire.

  • Page 12

    Loading mechanism assembly 3.2.1 Removing the tray (See Figure 3-2a, Figure 3-2b, Figure 3-2c, Figure 3-2d, Figure 3-2e, Figure 3-2f) (1) Push a of the slide cam on the hole in the right side of the Tray loading base by using a driver until it stops. (See Figure 3- 2a.) (2) The tray comes out.

  • Page 13

    3.2.2 Removing the traverse mechanism assembly (See Figure 3-2g) Reverse the loading mechanism assembly. Remove the four Loading mechanism assembly screws B attaching the traverse mechanism assembly. Remove the traverse mechanism assembly upward. Traverse mechanism assembly Fig.3-2g 3.2.3 Removing the elevator (See Figure 3-2h and Figure 3-2j) •...

  • Page 14

    3.2.4 Removing the loading motor (See Figure 3-2k and Figure 3-2l) • Prior to the following procedure, remove the tray, the traverse Loading base Belt mechanism assembly, and the elevator. (1) Remove the belt from the pulley. Pulley Slide cam Pulley (2) Remove two screws C attaching the loading motor.

  • Page 15: Adjustment

    SECTION 4 ADJUSTMENT Before adjustment 4.1.4 Color (colour) bar signal,Color (colour) bar pattern 4.1.1 Precaution Color(colour) bar signal [NTSC] Color(colour) bar pattern [NTSC] • The adjustments of this unit include the mechanism com- White(100%) (75%) patibility and electrical adjustments. During the perfor- White(75%) mance of this work, be sure to observe the precautions for each type of adjustment.

  • Page 16

    4.2 Mechanism compatibility adjustment (VHS SECTION) Notes: 4.2.2 FM waveform linearity • Although compatibility adjustment is very important, it Signal (A1) • Alignment tape(SP, stairstep, NTSC) [MHP] is not necessary to perform this as part of the normal (A2) • Alignment tape(EP,stairstep,NTSC) [MHP-L] servicing work.

  • Page 17

    4.2.4 A/C head phase (X-value) Proper waveform variation Signal (A1) • Alignment tape(SP, stairstep, NTSC) [MHP] (A2) • Alignment tape(EP,stairstep,NTSC) [MHP-L] Mode • PB Equipment • Oscilloscope Measuring point (D) • TP106 (PB. FM) External trigger (E) • TP111 (D.FF) Improper waveform variation Down Adjustment part (F)

  • Page 18

    4.3 Electrical adjustment (VHS SECTION) Note: 4.3.1.2 Slow tracking preset The following adjustment procedures are not only necessary Signal (A1) • Ext. input after replacement of consumable mechanical parts or board (A2) • Color (colour) bar signal [NTSC] assemblies, but are also provided as references to be referred Mode (B1) •...

  • Page 19: Opening Display

    Electrical adjustment (DVD SECTION) 4.4.1 Test mode setting method (1) Press POWER button to turn off the unit. (2) Press the following remocon keys continuously within 2seconds " SET UP " → " 2 " → " 8 " → " ENTER ". (3) The unit becomes JIG RCU mode.

  • Page 20

    4.4.5 Optimization adjustment of Front End parameter Adjustment to optimize Front End parameter must be performed in each mechanism assembly of this model for high-speed start- ing.Please perform optimization according to the following procedures just after all-initialization is completed and when FDP shows anything except "0"...

  • Page 21

    SECTION 5 TROUBLESHOOTING Manually removing the cassette tape (3) Unload the pole base assembly by manually turning the gear of the loading motor until the pole base assembly is If you cannot remove the cassette tape which is loaded because hidden behind the cassette lid.

  • Page 22

    5.3 Emergency display function (VHS SECTION) EMG display of FDP display mode (1) Transmit the code “59” from the Jig RCU. This unit saves details of the last two emergencies as the EMG The FDP shows the EMG content in the form of “E:**:**”. history and allows the status of the VCR and the mechanism of each emergency to be shown both on the display and as OSD in- <Example 1>...

  • Page 23

    Encoder data : Sensor information (See sensor information details.) GG : Capstan motor speed (See Mechanism mode sequence.) HH : Key code (JVC code) Remote pause : Supply reel winding diameter data higher 8 bits. End sensor : Supply reel winding diameter data lower 8 bits.

  • Page 24

    5.3.4 EMG content description Note: EMG contents “E09” are for the model with Dynamic Drum (DD). CONTENT CAUSE E01: Loading EMG If the mechanism mode does not change to the next mode within 4 sec- 1. The mechanism is locked in the middle of the mode transition during a tape loading operation. onds after the loading motor starts rotating in the loading direction, while 2.

  • Page 25

    5.3.5 EMG detail information <1> *2 : Mechanism operation mode The status (electrical operation mode) of the VCR and the status [Table of MN*] (mechanism operation mode/sensor information) of the mecha- Display Mechanism operation mode nism in the latest EMG can be confirmed based on the figure in Command standby (No command to be executed) EMG detail information <1>...

  • Page 26

    3- : Mechanism sensor information *5 : Cassette tape type <1> [Common table of MN* and HD*] Display Cassette tape type <1> Cassette type not identified Mechanism sensor informatio n Large reel/small reel (T-0 to T-15/T-130 to T-210) not classified Display Mechansim Small reel, thick tape (T-120) identified/thin tape (T-140) identified...

  • Page 27

    Check points for each error (DVD SECTION) 5.4.1 Spindle start error (1) Defective spindle motor driver (IC201) • Has motor drive voltage of a sine wave or a rectangular wave gone out to each terminal(WOUT,VOUT,UOUT) of CN201"2,3,4" and IC201"17,18,19"? • Is FG pulse output from the terminal of IC201"41"(FG) according to the rotation of the motor? (2) Has the control signal come from servo IC or the microcomputer? •...

  • Page 28

    • Has the tracking been turned on? • To " Tracking ON NG" in "Check points for each error" when the tracking is not normal. • Is the feed operation normal? To " traverse movement NG" in "Check points for each error" when it is not normal.Are not there caught of the feeding mech- anism etc? 5.4.10 Picture is distorted or abnormal sound occurs at intervals of several seconds.

  • Page 29

    JVC SERVICE & ENGINEERING COMPANY OF AMERICA DIVISION OF JVC AMERICAS CORP. www.jvcservice.com(US Only) JVC CANADA INC. Head office : 21 Finchdene Square Scarborough, Ontario M1X 1A7 (416)293-1311 (No.YD008) Printed in Japan...

  • Page 30

    Parts identified by the  symbol are critical for safety. Replace only with specified part numbers. BEWARE OF BOGUS PARTS Parts that do not meet specifications may cause trouble in regard to safety and performance. We recommend that genuine JVC parts be used. 1. EXPLODED VIEW 1.1 PACKING AND ACCESSORY ASSEMBLY <M1>...

  • Page 31

    1.2 FINAL ASSEMBLY <M2> MECHANISM ASSY <M4> DVD UNIT <M5>, <M6> <98>, <99> MAIN BOARD ASSY<03> FRAME NO.LABEL 501A DVD BRACKET BOARD ASSY<90> 501B 3-2(No.YD008)

  • Page 32

    NOTE) FFC WIRE SHOULD BE POSITIONED BELLOW CASSETTE DOOR. CN2001 (FOR AVOID FFC WIRE DISTURB CASSETTE IN AND OUT.) Make a crease. CN7191 back side CN7103 A/C HEAD NOTE) INSERT FFC WIRE TO THE CONNECTOR CN3102 AFTER ATTACHING FRONT PANEL. CN503 CN501 back side...

  • Page 33

    1.3 MECHANISM ASSEMBLY <M4> Not used A/C HEAD BOARD ASSY <12> LOADING MOTOR BOARD ASSY <55> PMD0048A-C Classification Part No. Symbol in drawing Grease KYODO-SH-JB NOTE:The section marked in AA and BB indicate lubrication and greasing areas. COSMO-HV56 3-4(No.YD008)

  • Page 34

    1.4 DVD TRAVERSE MECHANISM ASSEMBLY <M5> Grease JVG-31N CFD-4007ZY2 1401C BEND WIRE AT THE PWB EDGE AFTER INSERTING WIRE CN101 CN101 CN201 DVD SERVO CONTROL BOARD ASSY <99> BACK SIDE LETTER SIDE 10 22 63.3mm 0.1mm ETU-DE2-31C (No.YD008)3-5...

  • Page 35

    1.5 DVD LOADING MECHANISM ASSEMBLY <M6> < BACK SIDE > WIRE ARRANGEMENT AND SOLDERING. HOOK WIRES TO CHASSIS. SWITCH BOARD ASSY <98> MOLD HOOK < BACK SIDE > DVD SERVO CONTROL BOARD ASSY <99> DVD TRAVERSE MECHANISM <M5> EMU-DE2-31YC 3-6(No.YD008)

  • Page 36

    MODEL MARK MODEL MARK HR-XVC22UC HR-XVC27UC HR-XVC23UC HR-XVC27US HR-XVC26US 2. PARTS LIST PACKING AND ACCESSORY ASSEMBLY <M1>  Symbol No. Part No. Part Name Description Local  Symbol No. Part No. Part Name Description Local QUQ210-1716CC FFC WIRE DVD UNI T CN503-MAI N CN7302...

  • Page 37

    MODEL MARK MODEL MARK HR-XVC22UC HR-XVC27UC HR-XVC23UC HR-XVC27US HR-XVC26US  Symbol No. Part No. Part Name Description Local DVD LOADING MECHANISM ASSEMBLY <M6>  Symbol No. Part No. Part Name Description Local LP40934-001B CLUTCH UNIT PQM30017-47 SLIT WASHER LP30973-001A DIRECT GEAR...

  • Page 38

    MODEL MARK MODEL MARK HR-XVC22UC HR-XVC27UC HR-XVC23UC HR-XVC27US HR-XVC26US  Symbol No. Part No. Part Name Description Local  Symbol No. Part No. Part Name Description Local Q2201 or RT1P44HC-X DIGI TRANSISTOR D5105 or 1SS270A-T2 SI DIODE Q2202 UN221E-X TRANSTSTOR...

  • Page 39

    MODEL MARK MODEL MARK HR-XVC22UC HR-XVC27UC HR-XVC23UC HR-XVC27US HR-XVC26US  Symbol No. Part No. Part Name Description Local  Symbol No. Part No. Part Name Description Local C201 NDC31HJ-220X C CAPACITOR 22pF 50V J C4010 NCB31EK-223X C CAPACITOR 0.022uF 25V K...

  • Page 40

    MODEL MARK MODEL MARK HR-XVC22UC HR-XVC27UC HR-XVC23UC HR-XVC27US HR-XVC26US  Symbol No. Part No. Part Name Description Local  Symbol No. Part No. Part Name Description Local C8201 QEKJ0JM-476Z E CAPACITOR 47uF 6.3V M R3054 NRSA63J-102X MG RESISTOR 1kΩ 1/16W J...

  • Page 41

    MODEL MARK MODEL MARK HR-XVC22UC HR-XVC27UC HR-XVC23UC HR-XVC27US HR-XVC26US  Symbol No. Part No. Part Name Description Local  Symbol No. Part No. Part Name Description Local R5319 NRSA63J-560X MG RESISTOR 56Ω 1/16W J R5320 NRSA63J-153X MG RESISTOR 15kΩ 1/16W J...

  • Page 42

    MODEL MARK MODEL MARK HR-XVC22UC HR-XVC27UC HR-XVC23UC HR-XVC27US HR-XVC26US  Symbol No. Part No. Part Name Description Local  Symbol No. Part No. Part Name Description Local NRSA63J-0R0X MG RESISTOR 0Ω 1/16W J Q7011 or 2SD601A/QRS/-X TRANSISTOR NRSA63J-0R0X MG RESISTOR 0Ω...

  • Page 43

    MODEL MARK MODEL MARK HR-XVC22UC HR-XVC27UC HR-XVC23UC HR-XVC27US HR-XVC26US  Symbol No. Part No. Part Name Description Local  Symbol No. Part No. Part Name Description Local R7191 NRSA63J-750X MG RESISTOR 75Ω 1/16W J C301 NEA70GM-227X E CAPACITOR 220uF 4V M...

  • Page 44

    MODEL MARK MODEL MARK HR-XVC22UC HR-XVC27UC HR-XVC23UC HR-XVC27US HR-XVC26US  Symbol No. Part No. Part Name Description Local  Symbol No. Part No. Part Name Description Local R104 NRSA63J-303X MG RESISTOR 30kΩ 1/16W J R363 NRSA63J-151X MG RESISTOR 150Ω 1/16W J...

  • Page 45: Dvd Player

    DVD PLAYER & VIDEO CASSETTE RECORDER HR-XVC26U For Customer Use: Enter below the Model No. and Serial No. which are located on the INSTRUCTIONS rear of cabinet. Retain this information for future reference. Model No. Serial No. LPT0892-001A...

  • Page 46

    CAUTION: Dear Customer, Thank you for purchasing the JVC DVD player & VHS video THIS PRODUCT USES A LASER SYSTEM. cassette recorder. Before use, please read the safety USE OF CONTROLS OR ADJUSTMENTS OR information and precautions to ensure safe use of your new PERFORMANCE OF PROCEDURES OTHER THAN unit.

  • Page 47: Safety Instructions

    IMPORTANT PRODUCT 5. Ventilation Slots and openings in the cabinet are provided for ventilation. To ensure reliable operation of the product and to protect it from SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS overheating, these openings must not be blocked or covered. ● Do not block the openings by placing the product on a bed, sofa, rug or other similar surface.

  • Page 48

    SERVICING 1. Accessories 1. Servicing To avoid personal injury: If your product is not operating correctly or exhibits a marked ● Do not place this product on an unstable cart, stand, tripod, change in performance and you are unable to restore normal bracket, or table.

  • Page 49: Moisture Condensation

    7. DO NOT place any naked flame sources, such as is an official trademark of DIRECTV, Inc., a unit of GM Hughes Electronics. DISH Network is a trademark of Echostar lighted candles, on the apparatus. Communications Corporation. 8. AVOID violent shocks to the unit during transport. MOISTURE CONDENSATION Moisture in the air will condense on the unit when you move it from a cold place to a warm place, or under...

  • Page 50: Troubleshooting

    CONTENTS DISC INFORMATION EDITING (VCR DECK) About Discs ............7 Edit From A Camcorder ........68 Edit To Or From Another Video Recorder ..69 INDEX Dubbing (from DVD to VCR) ......70 EDITING (DVD DECK) INSTALLING YOUR NEW UNIT Digital Audio Dubbing ........

  • Page 51: Disc Information

    DISC INFORMATION Unplayable Discs About Discs The following types of discs cannot be played using this unit. Do not attempt to play back any kind of disc that is damaged (cracked, warped, or repaired with adhesive tape) or discs in unusual shapes (heart-shaped, octagonal, or other forms).

  • Page 52

    DISC INFORMATION (cont.) DVD VIDEO Marks File Structure of Discs Sometimes marks are printed on a DVD disc and/or on its DVD VIDEO packaging to indicate information regarding the contents and Typically, DVD VIDEO discs are made up of larger units called functions of a disc.

  • Page 53

    Placing a Disc Care and Handling of Discs How to handle discs Open the disc tray. When handling a disc, do Press OPEN/CLOSE (x) on the DVD deck to open the not touch the surface of the disc tray. disc. Since discs are made of plastic, they are easily damaged.

  • Page 54: Index

    INDEX FRONT VIEW A Power Button (POWER (1)) K Video/Audio Input Connectors (VIDEO/AUDIO) pg. 18 B VCR Indicator pg. 28, 33 pg. 68 C VHS Cassette Loading Slot L Remote Sensor D VCR/DVD Button M Front Display Panel pg. 28, 33, 42 pg.

  • Page 55: Rear View

    REAR VIEW A Region Number Label F Digital Audio Output Connector pg. 7 B AC Power Cord pg. 14 (DIGITAL AUDIO OUT)* pg. 71 C S-video Output Connector (S VIDEO OUTPUT)* G Component Video Output Connectors pg. 15 (COMPONENT VIDEO OUT)* pg.

  • Page 56

    INDEX (cont.) ON-SCREEN DISPLAY (VCR deck) If you press ON SCREEN on the Remote when “SUPERIMPOSE” is set to “ON” ( pg. 75), various operational indicators appear on the TV screen. For On-screen display for DVD deck, refer to “Using the on-screen bar” ( pg.

  • Page 57

    (1), TV/VCR, TV/VCR CH +/–, TV VOL+/–, MUTE) can k Display Button (DISPLAY) pg. 35 also be used to operate a JVC’s TV after setting the TV/VCR/ DVD switch to the left. l Skip Search Button (SKIP SEARCH) pg. 30 DVD Picture Button (DVD PICTURE) pg.

  • Page 58: Installing Your New Unit

    INSTALLING YOUR NEW UNIT Basic Connections Connect the unit to TV. The connection method you use depends on the type of TV you have. Antenna or Cable RF Connection 8 To connect to a TV with NO AV input connectors — Coaxial cable A Disconnect the TV antenna from the TV.

  • Page 59: S-video Connection (dvd Deck Only)

    8 To connect to a TV with S-VIDEO/AUDIO input S-VIDEO connectors . . . Connection Connect the unit to TV. A Connect the antenna, unit and TV as per “AV Connection”. ( pg. 14) B Connect the unit’s S VIDEO OUTPUT (DVD) (DVD deck only) connector to the TV’s S-VIDEO input connector.

  • Page 60: Component Video Connection (dvd Deck Only)

    INSTALLING YOUR NEW UNIT (cont.) 8 To connect to a TV with component video input Component Video connectors . . . Connection Connect the unit to TV. A Connect the aerial, unit and TV as per “AV Connection”. ( pg. 14) B Connect the unit’s COMPONENT VIDEO OUT (DVD deck only) connectors to the TV’s component video input...

  • Page 61: Initial Settings

    INITIAL SETTINGS This unit sets the clock and tuner channels automatically Plug & Play Set when AC power cord is first connected to an AC outlet. The antenna cable must be connected for the Plug & Play setting. Auto Clock Set/Auto Tuner Set The time and date can be set automatically by the clock setting data transmitted from one of the regular TV broadcast channels.

  • Page 62: Monitor Set (dvd Deck)

    INITIAL SETTINGS (cont.) Monitor Set Turn on the unit. Press POWER (1). (DVD deck) Select the DVD deck. You can select the monitor type depending the TV used On the unit when you play back DVD VIDEO discs recorded for Press VCR/DVD repeatedly so that the DVD indicator wide-screen TVs.

  • Page 63

    * The default setting is bold in the table below. Pan&Scan/Letter Box In general, DVD VIDEO disc are produced for a wide-screen 8 MONITOR TYPE TV with 16:9 aspect ratio. 16:9 (Wide television conversion): Material with this ratio will not fit to a TV with 4:3 aspect Select this when the aspect ratio of your TV is ratio.

  • Page 64: Language

    INITIAL SETTINGS (cont.) On-screen Language Set (VCR deck) Language This VCR deck offers you the choice to view on-screen messages in 3 different languages. ● Turn on the TV and select the VCR channel (or AV Turn on the unit. mode).

  • Page 65

    On-screen Language Set (DVD deck) This DVD deck offers you the choice to view on-screen messages in 3 different languages. You can change the language setting manually as required. Turn on the unit. Press POWER (1). Select the DVD deck. On the unit Press VCR/DVD repeatedly so that the DVD indicator lights up.

  • Page 66

    INITIAL SETTINGS (cont.) Menu/Audio/Subtitle Language Set (DVD deck only) Some DVD discs contain the DVD menu display, audio, subtitle in the multiple languages. With these discs, you can set the default language as you like. ● The procedure shows how to set “MENU LANGUAGE” on the DVD Set Up menu screen as an example.

  • Page 67: Language Code List

    Language Code List Afar Inupiak Kirundi Abkhazian Indonesian Rumanian Afrikaans Icelandic Russian Ameharic Hebrew Kinyarwanda Arabic Yiddish Sanskrit Assamese Javanese Sindhi Aymara Georgian Sangho Azerbaijani Kazakh Serbo-Croatian Bashkir Greenlandic Singhalese Byelorussian Cambodian Slovak Bulgarian Kannada Slovenian Bihari Korean (KOR) Samoan Bislama Kashmiri Shona...

  • Page 68: Clock Set

    INITIAL SETTINGS (cont.) Perform clock setting only if the clock has not been set Clock Set correctly by the Plug&Play setting. Preparations ● Turn on the TV and select the VCR channel (or AV mode). Turn on the unit. ● Slide the TV/VCR/DVD switch to the right. Press POWER (1).

  • Page 69

    Semiauto Clock Set Complete the Semiauto Clock Set. You can change the host channel/D.S.T. (Daylight Saving Time)/ time zone setting manually. First follow steps A to E in Press SET UP to return to normal screen. “Preparations” ( pg. 24), then go to the following steps. NOTE: IMPORTANT The time set previously will be erased when “AUTO CLOCK”,...

  • Page 70: Tuner Set

    INITIAL SETTINGS (cont.) Auto Channel Set Tuner Set Perform Auto Channel Set only if channels have not been set correctly by the Plug&Play setting. ● Turn on the TV and select the VCR channel (or AV Turn on the unit. mode).

  • Page 71

    Manual Channel Set You can add the channels you want or delete the channels you do not want manually. Turn on the unit. Press POWER (1). Select the VCR deck. On the unit Press VCR/DVD repeatedly so that the VCR indicator lights up.

  • Page 72: Operations On Vcr Deck

    OPERATIONS ON VCR DECK Basic Playback Load a cassette. Make sure the window side is up, the rear label side is facing you and the arrow on the front of the cassette is ● Turn on the TV and select the VCR channel (or AV pointed toward the unit.

  • Page 73: Playback Features

    Still Picture/Frame-By-Frame Playback Features Playback Pause during playback. ● Turn on the TV and select the VCR channel (or AV Press PAUSE (9). mode). ● If there is vertical jitter, press CH +/– on the Remote to correct ● Slide the TV/VCR/DVD switch to the right. the picture.

  • Page 74: Index Search

    OPERATIONS ON VCR DECK (cont.) Index Search Your unit automatically marks index codes at the beginning of each recording. This function gives you quick access to any one of 9 index codes in either direction. NOTE: Before starting, make sure the unit is in the Stop mode.

  • Page 75

    Next Function Memory The Next Function Memory “tells” the unit what to do after rewinding. Before continuing, make sure the unit is in the Stop mode. a- For Automatic Start Of Playback Press REW (3), then press PLAY (4) within 2 seconds.

  • Page 76: Manual Tracking

    OPERATIONS ON VCR DECK (cont.) Manual Tracking Your unit is equipped with automatic tracking control. During playback, you can override this and adjust the tracking manually by pressing the CH buttons. Override automatic tracking. During playback, press SP/EP on the Remote. Adjust the tracking manually.

  • Page 77: Basic Recording

    Basic Recording Load a cassette. Insert a cassette with the record safety tab intact. ● The unit’s power comes on automatically and the counter is reset to 0:00:00. ● Turn on the TV and select the VCR channel (or AV mode).

  • Page 78: Recording Features

    OPERATIONS ON VCR DECK (cont.) Record One Program While Watching Recording Features Another If your unit is connected to the TV via the AV connection, press TV/VCR. The VCR indicator on the front display ● Turn on the TV and select the VCR channel (or AV panel and the TV broadcast being recorded disappear.

  • Page 79

    Elapsed Recording Time Indication Set the counter display. Press DISPLAY until a counter reading appears on the front display panel. Reset the counter. Press C.RESET before starting recording or playback. ● The counter is reset to “0:00:00” and shows the exact elapsed time as the tape runs.

  • Page 80: Express Timer Programing

    OPERATIONS ON VCR DECK (cont.) Example: To timer-record the program from 8:00 PM to Express Timer 10:00 PM on 24th December, on channel 12. Programing Select the VCR deck. On the unit Press VCR/DVD repeatedly so that the VCR indicator lights up.

  • Page 81

    NOTES: Enter the channel position. ● You can program this unit to timer-record as many as 8 programs. If you try to program the unit to record a ninth, Press CH +/–. “PROGRAM FULL” appears on the TV screen. To record the extra program, you must first cancel any unnecessary programs.

  • Page 82

    OPERATIONS ON VCR DECK (cont.) Check, cancel and change programs Disengage the timer mode. Press TIMER, then press POWER (1). Access the Program Check screen. Press PROG. CHECK. Access the Program screen. Press PROG. CHECK again to check more information. Each time you press PROG.

  • Page 83

    To cancel or change a program Cancel or change a program. Press CANCEL to cancel a program. To change program settings, press the appropriate button: START +/–, STOP +/–, DATE +/–, CH +/–, DAILY (number key “8”), WEEKLY (number key “9”) and/or SP/EP. Return to the normal screen.

  • Page 84

    OPERATIONS ON VCR DECK (cont.) When programs overlap each other If “PROGRAM NOT COMPLETED PROGRAM OVERLAP” appears, you have another program overlapping the program you have just made. The Program Check screen appears and conflicting programs will start blinking. Example: Program 1 (you have just made) and Program 4 overlap each other.

  • Page 85: Satellite Auto Recording

    Satellite Auto ATTENTION ● Be sure not to turn on the DBS receiver before the program is executed; otherwise, the unit will start recording when Recording the DBS receiver’s power is turned on. ● If you have connected another appliance other than a DBS receiver to the AUDIO/VIDEO input (F-1) connector, be sure not to engage the Satellite Auto Recording mode;...

  • Page 86: Operations On Dvd Deck

    OPERATIONS ON DVD DECK B Place the disc in the disc tray. Basic Playback ● For details, refer to “Placing a Disc” ( pg. 9). C Press OPEN/CLOSE (x) on the DVD deck to close the disc tray. ● Pressing PLAY (4) also close the disc tray. ●...

  • Page 87: Playback Features

    Locating a desired scene using the Playback Features DVD menu ● Turn on the TV and select the VCR channel (or AV mode). DVD VIDEO discs may have two types of the menus; top menu ● Slide the TV/VCR/DVD switch to the right. and disc menu.

  • Page 88

    OPERATIONS ON DVD DECK (cont.) Locating the start point of the item or skip the item Press SKIP (2) or SKIP (6) during playback. Example: To locate the beginning of item B from the current position, press SKIP (2) twice. To locate the beginning of item D from the current position, press SKIP (6) once.

  • Page 89: Slow Motion

    Still Picture/Frame-By-Frame NOTES: ● Resume Function does not work on the Audio CD. It also may Playback not work depending on the discs. ● If you stop the playback of a disc for which an resume point has already been memorized, the memory will be updated with the new resume point.

  • Page 90

    OPERATIONS ON DVD DECK (cont.) ● Each time you press 3D-PHONIC, the setting changes as follows: OFF]ACTION]DRAMA]THEATER](Back to the beginning) No effect ACTION Suitable for action movies and sports programs in which sounds dynamically move. DRAMA Provides the natural and warm sound. You can enjoy movies in a relaxed mood.

  • Page 91

    VFP function Select the parameter. Press rt repeatedly to select a parameter you want to — Adjusting the picture quality adjust, then press ENTER. ● Adjust gradually and confirm picture appearance results are as preferred. GAMMA Controls brightness of neutral tints while (–3 to +3): maintaining brightness of dark and bright The VFP (Video Fine Processor) function enables you to adjust...

  • Page 92: Using The On-screen Bar

    OPERATIONS ON DVD DECK (cont.) How to Access the on-screen bar Using the on- Press ON SCREEN twice whenever a disc is loaded. screen bar Example: During DVD VIDEO playback Example: During Video CD playback You can check disc information while the disc is loaded and you can use some functions using the on-screen bar.

  • Page 93

    Basic operation on the on-screen bar Change the time information Example: When selecting the Repeat mode of DVD During playback You can change the time information in the on-screen bar on the TV screen and the front display panel of the unit. Access the on-screen bar.

  • Page 94

    OPERATIONS ON DVD DECK (cont.) Select the repeat mode. Press rt repeatedly to select the Repeat mode, then press ENTER. ● The mode changes as follows: DVD VIDEO CHAPTER]TITLE]A-B]OFF](Back to the beginning) CHAPTER The current chapter is played back repeatedly. TITLE The current title is played back repeatedly.

  • Page 95

    A-B Repeat Playback You can repeat the desired part. Access the on-screen bar. Press ON SCREEN twice. The on-screen bar appears on the TV screen. Select menu item. Press w e to move the hightlight to , then press ENTER. ●...

  • Page 96: Time Search

    OPERATIONS ON DVD DECK (cont.) Time Search You can play back a disc from the desired point by specifying the elapsed time from the beginning of the current title (for DVD VIDEO) or the disc (for Audio CD/Video CD) using the Time Search.

  • Page 97

    Chapter Search You can start playback the desired chapter using the on-screen bar. Access the on-screen bar. Press ON SCREEN twice. The on-screen bar appears on the TV screen. Select menu item. Press w e to move the hightlight to , then press ENTER.

  • Page 98

    OPERATIONS ON DVD DECK (cont.) Select the subtitle language. Press rt repeatedly to select the desired subtitle language, then press ENTER. ● Each time you press the button, the subtitle language changes. To clear the on-screen bar Press ON SCREEN. NOTES: ●...

  • Page 99

    Angle Selection When using the ANGLE button: Access the menu. Press ANGLE. You can enjoy a variety of scene angles if the DVD VIDEO disc ● The following pop-up window appears on the TV screen. contains “multi-angle” parts, where multiple cameras were used to shoot the same scene from different angles.

  • Page 100

    OPERATIONS ON DVD DECK (cont.) Select menu item. Press w e to move the hightlight to , then press ENTER. ● The following pop-up window appears under the selected item. Example: “ENGLISH” is selected out of 4 audio languages recorded. Select the audio language.

  • Page 101

    Audio Channel Selection When using the A.MONITOR button: Access the menu. Press A.MONITOR. When you play certain karaoke (Video CD/SVCD), you can ● The following pop-up window appears on the TV screen. enjoy karaoke by selecting the audio channel to play. Example: “ST”...

  • Page 102: Parental Lock

    OPERATIONS ON DVD DECK (cont.) Parental Lock Access the DVD Set Up menu. A Press SET UP. This function restricts playback of DVD VIDEO discs which B Press w e to select “ OTHERS”. contain violent (and other) scenes according to the level set by the user.

  • Page 103

    Enter the password. Enter your new password. Press the number keys to Press the appropriate number keys to enter 4-digit PARENTAL LOCK enter a four-digit number as password, then press ENTER. COUNTRY CODE your password, then press ● The password entered in the this step becomes the new SET LEVEL _ _ _ _ PASSWORD...

  • Page 104

    OPERATIONS ON DVD DECK (cont.) Country/Area Code List for Parental Lock Andorra Spain United Arab Emirates Ethiopia Afghanistan Finland Antigua and Barbuda Fiji Anguilla Falkland Islands (Malvinas) Albania Micronesia (Federated States of) Armenia Faroe Islands Netherlands Antilles France Angola France, Metropolitan Antarctica Gabon Argentina...

  • Page 105

    Saint Lucia Saudi Arabia Liechtenstein Solomon Islands Sri Lanka Seychelles Liberia Sudan Lesotho Sweden Lithuania Singapore Luxembourg Saint Helena Latvia Slovenia Libyan Arab Jamahiriya Svalbard and Jan Mayen Morocco Slovakia Monaco Sierra Leone Moldova, Republic of San Marino Madagascar Senegal Marshall Islands Somalia Mali...

  • Page 106: About Mp3 Disc

    OPERATIONS ON DVD DECK (cont.) About MP3 Disc NOTES: ● Because of the disc characteristics or recording condition, some discs may not be played back or it takes time to start playback. This unit can playback CD discs recorded by the MP3 format (we ●...

  • Page 107: Mp3 Playback

    Using the MP3 control display MP3 Playback Turn on the unit. Press POWER (1). You can search and play back desired groups and tracks using the MP3 control display. Select the DVD deck. ● Turn on the TV and select the VCR channel (or AV On the unit mode).

  • Page 108

    OPERATIONS ON DVD DECK (cont.) Repeat Playback You can repeat playback of the current group, track or all groups. ● While MP3 control display is on the TV: Select the mode. Press REPEAT to select the desired repeat mode. ● Each time you press REPEAT, the mode changes as follows: TRACK]GROUP]ALL]OFF (No indication)](Back to the beginning) TRACK:...

  • Page 109: About Jpeg Disc

    About JPEG Disc NOTES: ● We recommend to record a file at 640 x 480 resolution. (If a file has been recorded at a resolution of more than 640 x 480, it will take a longer time to be displayed.) This unit can playback CD discs recorded by the JPEG format ●...

  • Page 110: Jpeg Playback

    OPERATIONS ON DVD DECK (cont.) Using the JPEG control display JPEG Playback Turn on the unit. Press POWER (1). You can search and play back desired groups and files using the JPEG control display. Select the DVD deck. ● Turn on the TV and select the VCR channel (or AV On the unit mode).

  • Page 111

    Repeat Playback You can repeat playback of the current group, file or all groups. ● While JPEG control display is on the TV: Select the mode. Press REPEAT to select the desired repeat mode. ● Each time you press REPEAT, the mode changes as follows: GROUP]ALL]OFF (No indication)](Back to the beginning) GROUP: All files of the current group are...

  • Page 112: Editing (vcr Deck)

    EDITING (VCR DECK) You can use a camcorder as the source player and your Edit From A unit as the recording deck. Slide the TV/VCR/DVD switch to the right. Camcorder Make connections. Connect the camcorder’s AUDIO OUT and VIDEO OUT connectors to the unit’s front panel AUDIO and VIDEO input connectors.

  • Page 113: Edit To Or From Another Video Recorder

    You can use your unit as the source player or as the Edit To Or From recording deck. Slide the TV/VCR/DVD switch to the right. Another Video Make connections. Recorder A When using your unit as the source player ..

  • Page 114: Dubbing (from Dvd To Vcr)

    EDITING (VCR DECK) (cont.) Dubbing You can dub selected scenes from the DVD disc to a cassette, starting and stopping wherever you wish. However, it is not possible to dub the copy-protected disc. In such case, “ERROR” appears on the front display panel. (from DVD to VCR) Load a cassette and place a disc.

  • Page 115: Editing (dvd Deck)

    EDITING (DVD DECK) Digital Audio You can dub selected audio from the DVD or Audio CD disc to a MD etc. However, it is not possible to dub the copy-protected disc. Example: Dubbing to a MD Dubbing Make connections. Connect the coaxial cable between the unit and the ●...

  • Page 116: Remote

    “4” for D. Remote A/B/C/D Code Switching Set the remote control code. The Remote is capable of controlling four JVC video units Press ENTER to set the code. independently. Each of units can respond to one of four codes (A, B, C or D). The remote control is preset to send A code...

  • Page 117: Connecting To A Dolby Digital Decoder Or An Amplifier With A Built-in Dts (dvd Deck Only)

    Connecting To A Dolby Digital Decoder or An Amplifier With A Built-in DTS (DVD deck only) These instructions enable you to connect your unit to dolby digital decoder or amplifier with a built-in DTS. DIGITAL AUDIO OUT Back of unit Dolby Digital decoder or To DIGITAL AUDIO amplifier with a built-in DTS...

  • Page 118: Subsidiary Settings

    SUBSIDIARY SETTINGS You can change various mode settings on the Function Mode Set Set screen by following the procedure described below. ● For each mode setting, see pages 75 to 76. (VCR deck) Turn on the unit. Press POWER (1). ●...

  • Page 119

    * The default setting is bold in the table below. 8 PICTURE CONTROL This feature helps you to adjust the playback picture quality according to your preference. Normally select “NORM”. NORM EDIT NORM: Picture quality is adjusted automatically. SOFT EDIT: Minimizes picture degradation during editing (recording and playback).

  • Page 120

    SUBSIDIARY SETTINGS (cont.) * The default setting is bold in the table below. 8 VIDEO STABILIZER When this function is set to “ON”, you can automatically correct vertical vibration in the picture when playing back unstable recordings made on another recorder. NOTES: ●...

  • Page 121: Mode Set (dvd Deck)

    ● The procedure shows how to set “RESUME” to “ON” Mode Set on the DVD Set Up menu screen as an example. Turn on the unit. (DVD deck) Press POWER (1). ● Turn on the TV and select the VCR channel (or AV Select the DVD deck.

  • Page 122

    SUBSIDIARY SETTINGS (cont.) Picture Settings * The default setting is bold in the table below. 8 MONITOR TYPE You can select the monitor type depending the TV used when you play back DVD VIDEO discs recorded for wide-screen TVs. For more details, refer to 16:9 “Monitor Set (DVD deck)”...

  • Page 123

    8 DOWN MIX Set to the appropriate mode according to your audio system when you play back a DVD VIDEO disc recorded with surround multichannel audio. This DOLBY SURROUND setting affects only the analogue audio output signal from the AUDIO OUTPUT STEREO connectors (DVD) when playing back a DVD VIDEO disc recorded with surround multichannel audio.

  • Page 124: Child Lock

    SUBSIDIARY SETTINGS (cont.) Others Settings * The default setting is bold in the table below. 8 RESUME When this function is set to “ON”, you can use the resume function. pg. 45) You can start playback from the resume point of the placed disc.

  • Page 125

    ● The video heads may be dirty. 5. The playback picture is blurred or Use a dry cleaning cassette ECL-3F, or interrupted while TV broadcasts are consult your JVC dealer. clear or “USE CLEANING CASSETTE” message appears on the screen. ● The automatic tracking mode is 6.

  • Page 126

    TROUBLESHOOTING (cont.) PLAYBACK (DVD deck) SYMPTOM POSSIBLE CAUSE CORRECTIVE ACTION ● The operation is prohibited on the 1. The button do not work. — placed disc. ● The DVD deck is not selected. 2. The DVD deck can not be operated. On the unit Press VCR/DVD repeatedly so that the DVD indicator lights up.

  • Page 127

    MP3 Playback (DVD deck) SYMPTOM POSSIBLE CAUSE CORRECTIVE ACTION ● No MP3 files are recorded to the disc. 1. A disc cannot be played. Replace the disc. ● MP3 files do not have the correct file Add correct file extension (.mp3, .MP3 or extension in their file names.

  • Page 128

    TROUBLESHOOTING (cont.) TIMER RECORDING (VCR deck) SYMPTOM POSSIBLE CAUSE CORRECTIVE ACTION ● The clock and/or the timer have been set 1. Timer recording won’t work. Re-perform the clock and/or timer incorrectly. settings. ● The timer is not engaged. Press TIMER and confirm that “#” is displayed on the front display panel.

  • Page 129

    OTHER PROBLEMS SYMPTOM POSSIBLE CAUSE CORRECTIVE ACTION ● The unit leaves turned on and the DVD 1. The image of TV broadcast appears Turn off the unit, or press VCR to select the distorted on the TV screen. deck is selected. VCR deck, then press TV/VCR so that the VCR indicator disappears from the front display panel.

  • Page 130: Questions And Answers

    QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS PLAYBACK TIMER RECORDING Q. What happens if the end of the tape is reached Q. “ ” and “#” remain lit on the front display during playback or search? panel. Is there a problem? A. The tape is automatically rewound to the A.

  • Page 131: Specifications

    SPECIFICATIONS GENERAL TUNER Power requirement : AC 120 V , 60 Hz Tuning system : Frequency synthesized tuner Power consumption Channel coverage Power on : 22 W : Channels 2 – 13 Power off : 2.0 W : Channels 14 – 69 Temperature CATV : 113 Channels...

  • Page 132: List Of Terms

    LIST OF TERMS ..........51 ............20 A-B Repeat Playback Language .......... 23 About Discs Language Code List .............. 65 JPEG Menu/Audio/Subtitle Language Set .............. 62 ........22 (DVD deck only) ..........9 ....21 Placing a Disc On-screen Language Set (DVD deck) ..........

  • Page 133

    ............19 .......... 12 Pan&Scan Tape Position Indicator ........... 35 Parental Lock Tape Remaining Time ........60 ............52 Country/Area Code List Time Search ........59 ..........36 To change the settings Timer Recording – ....58 ............43 To set Parental Lock for the first time Top menu ....

  • Page 134: For Servicing (only In U.s.a.)

    Sophisticated electronic products may require occasional service. Just as quality is a keyword in the engineering and production of the wide array of JVC products, service is the key to maintaining the high level performance for which JVC is world famous. The JVC service and engineering organization stands behind our products.

  • Page 135: Warranty (only In U.s.a.)

    WHAT WE WILL DO: If this product is found to be defective, JVC will repair or replace defective parts at no charge to the original owner. Such repair and replacement services shall be rendered by JVC during normal business hours at JVC authorized service centers. Parts used for replacement are warranted only for the remainder of the Warranty Period.

  • Page 136

    Printed in China 0104CSH-ID-BJ COPYRIGHT© 2004 VICTOR COMPANY OF JAPAN, LTD.

  • Page 137

    SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS DVD PLAYER & VIDEO CASSETTE RECORDER YD008 2004 HR-XVC22UC, HR-XVC23UC, HR-XVC26US, HR-XVC27UC, HR-XVC27US CD-ROM No.SML200404 HR-XVC22UC, HR-XVC23UC, HR-XVC26US, HR-XVC27UC, HR-XVC27US [D3PV0] No.YD008SCH COPYRIGHT © 2004 VICTOR COMPANY OF JAPAN, LIMITED 2004/3...

  • Page 138

    CHARTS AND DIAGRAMS NOTES OF SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM 4. Voltage measurement 1) Regulator (DC/DC CONV) circuits Safety precautions REC : Colour bar signal. The Components identified by the symbol : Alignment tape (Colour bar). critical for safety. For continued safety, replace safety —...

  • Page 139

    CIRCUIT BOARD NOTES 1. Foil and Component sides 1) Foil side (B side) : Parts on the foil side seen from foil face (pattern face) are indicated. 2) Component side (A side) : Parts on the component side seen from component face (parts face) indicated.

  • Page 140

    BOARD INTERCONNECTIONS VIDEO/N.AUDIO Page FMA/DEMOD Page SYSCON Page SW.REG Page 2-11 TUNER Page 2-13 TERMINAL Page 2-15 SUB CPU Page 2-17...

  • Page 141

    Page 2-21 FW7002 CN7001 Page 2-19 Page 2-20 p10600001a_rev0...

  • Page 142

    MAIN ( VIDEO/N.AUDIO ) SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM OPEN 0.01 TO FMA/DEMOD NA_REC NA_PB TP111 D.FF 2.2k C2003 C2004 OPEN OPEN L2001 SHORT R2022 D2001 1SS133 1SS270A TO SYSCON SW12V SW5V SHORT TO FMA/DEMOD FMA_CH1 FMA_COM OPEN µ FMA_CH2 2SC2412K/QRS/ 2SC3928A/QRS/ TO DRUM OPEN 2SC2412K/QRS/ 2SC3928A/QRS/...

  • Page 143

    TO SYSCON SP_SHORT[H] VIDEO_ENV D.FF A.MUTE[H] I2C_DATA_A/V I2C_CLK_A/V OPEN TP106 PB.FM TP111 D.FF SHORT R2023 QAX0739 0.01 OPEN OPEN µ /6.3 330p 0.01 TO SYSCON SHORT 2Fsc C.SYNC/V.REF V.PULSE S_DET 6.2k SB_GAIN V_TO_OSD OPEN OPEN 150p OPEN OPEN 1.5k 8.2k OPEN OPEN TO TERMINAL...

  • Page 144

    MAIN ( FMA/DEMOD ) SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM C2222 TO SW.REG AL5.8V SW5V SW12V Q2202 UN221E DTC144WKA Q2201 RT1N44HC UN211E DTA144WKA RT1P44HC C6504 C6517 R6502 R2220 TO TUNER 0.22 3.3k RF_AUDIO C6602 C6508 0.022 C6509 C6512 0.022 R2209 C6511 TO TERMINAL R2211 3.3k FMA_OUT[R] C2214...

  • Page 145

    TP2253 A.PB_FM C2208 0.015 R2257 680k L2251 TO SYSCON 10µ JUST_CLK/SW2 C2259 0.33 I2C_DATA_A/V R2252 R2251 I2C_CLK_A/V 3.3k 4.7k A.MUTE[H] D2251 H.REC_ST[H] H.REC_ST[H] 1SS133 C2257 0.01 1SS270A A.ENV/ND[L] A.ENV/ND[L] A.FF A.FF C2256 0.01 C2255 C2254 /6.3 K2251 OPEN C2253 0.01 C2261 OPEN C2262...

  • Page 146

    MAIN ( SYSCON ) SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM VIDEO/N.AUDIO C.SYNC/V.REF A.MUTE[H] N.REC_ST[H] D.FF V.PULSE S_DET CTL[+] CTL[-] SB_GAIN SP_SHORT[H] DVD[H] V_TO_OSD 2Fsc VIDEO_ENV N.REC[H] SW5V SW12V R4017 CAPSTAN MDA C3071 CN3001 CAP.M_FG R4001 CAP.M_Vcc 4.7k Vcc5V C3056 CAP.M_F/R OPEN LM_VCTL M_GND R3253 R3252 OPEN S_GND...

  • Page 147

    VIDEO/N.AUDIO I2C_DATA_A/V I2C_CLK_A/V 4001 IC3002 TO TERMINAL BS_DIGI/RPAUSE/COMPU COMPU_IO V_FROM_OSD DVD[H] A.MUTE2[L] S-80827ANNP-W TL3904 IC-PST3427U-X INT/PRG C3052 C3055 C3054 S1OUT OPEN 0.0022 SW12V CONV. CTL[H] SW5V TLREF HS_FFREW SW3.3V R3082 TL( +) MODE INT/PROG C3050 TL( -) AL5.8V R3080 C3037 B3001 TLBIAS OSC2(OUT)

  • Page 148

    C5105 21DQ04 SHORT 0.018 C5202 1200 R5109 D5202 D5106 SB240 D5309 MTZJ33D RK14 SHORT RD33ES/B4/ C5106 R5111 21DQ04 Q5102 820p 2SC3576-JVC D5103 1SS133 Q5103 1SS270A 2SB709A/QR/ 2SA1037AK/QR/ D5208 L5202 2SA1530A/QR/ R5108 AW04 33µ 1.5k SBO40 R5106 R5113 0.27 100k C5204...

  • Page 149

    Q5304 R5310 2SC5739/QP/ 4.7k 2SD2394/EF/ Q5305 UN211E D5304 B5303 DTA144WKA MTZJ27D C5302 RT1P44HC RD27ES/B4/ TO SYSCON AL12V Q5306 2SD2144S/UV/ SW12V B5301 VIDEO/N.AUDIO,SYSCON TUNER R5312 R5313 1.2k C5304 R5311 Q5308 SYSCON,TUNER Q5307 2SB709A/QR/ UN211E R5314 D5305 C5303 2SA1037AK/QR/ DTA144WKA MTZJ11C 2SA1530A/QR/ RT1P44HC RD11ES/B3/ R5315...

  • Page 150

    MAIN ( TUNER ) SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM TU6001 R6054 1.2k L6006 L6005 TU6001 R6051 R6055 4.7k C6054 C6053 L6003 C6013 C6012 /6.3 C6052 100p L6050 SHORT R6050 C6055 OPEN R6020 C6020 R6021 C6021 B6021 L6001 µ B6022 C6007 1000 /6.3 B6024 C6008 C6006 0.01...

  • Page 151

    TO SW.REG SW5V SW12V TO FMA/DEMOD RF_AUDIO TO FMA/DEMOD C6532 0.01 R6034 R6030 OPEN 3.3k L6032 R6031 SHORT C6033 OPEN Q6031 OPEN CF6031 OPEN Q6030 2SB709A/QR TO VIDEO/N.AUDIO 2SA1037AK/QR TU_VIDEO 2SA1530A/QR TO TERMINAL RF_VIDEO p10599001a_rev0 2-14...

  • Page 152

    MAIN ( TERMINAL ) SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM TO SYSCON LED1 P/EJ SW5V SW12V AL5.8V INT/PROG TO FMA/DEMOD F.AUDIO[L] F.AUDIO[R] A.IN1[L] A.IN1[R] FMA_OUT[L] FMA_OUT[R] DVD_OUT[L] DVD_OUT[R] L7103 µ TO DVD CNXXX CN7303 AINR AGND AINL VGND R7135 TO SUB CPU C7126 OPEN SCLK U2SDT S2UDT...

  • Page 153

    L7101 µ R7131 C7109 OPEN J7002 J7002 J7002 J7002 R7136 C7114 OPEN R7134 /6.3 C7117 IC7102 MM1507 R7137 C7126 OPEN R7138 SHORT C7118 Q7113 2SB709A/QR/ 2SA1037AK/QR/ 2SA1530A/QR/ C7120 /6.3 R7154 R7182 SHORT C7119 S_OUT C7121 R7155 0.01 R7156 J7004 J7004 J7004 C7122 R7157...

  • Page 154

    MAIN ( SUB CPU ) SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM IC8301 LB1641 L8301 R8301 1/4W C8302 0.01 SHORT D8302 OPEN Q8301 OPEN C8301 D8303 D8301 OPEN RD5.1ES/B2 X8201 C8201 C8202 /6.3 TO TERMINAL LED1 R8217 S2UDT SCLK U2SDT R8223 R8222 CPURST SMUTE C8203 IC8202 SN74HCTOBAPW 3V->5V...

  • Page 155

    TO DVD CN8301 TRAYCLSW TRAYOPSW DGND R8206 C8303 R8205 R8207 Q8301 OPEN K8301 OPEN X8201 QAX0246-001 R8208 VREF+ OPEN IC8201 OSC2 OSC1 XI( GND) XO( OPEN) MMOD( GND) R8214 K_B.DATA_TO_SYS R8215 K_B.DATA_FR_SYS R8216 K_B.CLK TO SYSCON AL5V SW5V LED2 REQ[L] ILLUMI_LED RESET_IN K_B.CLK...

  • Page 156

    DISPLAY AND JACK SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS Q7001 Q7002 Q7003 Q7004 Q7005 Q7006 Q7007 2SA1037AK 2SA1037AK 2SA1037AK 2SA1037AK 2SA1037AK 2SA1037AK 2SA1037AK 2SB709A 2SB709A 2SB709A 2SB709A 2SB709A 2SB709A 2SB709A 2SA1530A 2SA1530A 2SA1530A 2SA1530A 2SA1530A 2SA1530A 2SA1530A DI7001 LTG-0376M-J R7041 R7001 R7002 R7003 R7004 R7005 R7006 R7007...

  • Page 157

    J7191 J7191 J7191 QNN0591-002 VIDEO_IN AUDIO[L]_IN AUDIO[R]_IN D7191 OPEN TO MAIN(TERMINAL) D7192 CN7103 OPEN CN7191 C7191 IC7002 GP1UM281XK OPEN PNA4652M00XB FRONT_AUDI FRONT_AUDI FRONT_VIDE LED1 P/EJ 343MC R7042 D7001 D7005 OPEN SLR-343MC R7025 4.7k S7014 S7015 R7010 R7020 R7023 2.2k S7017 S7013 OPEN p20396001a_rev0...

  • Page 158

    DVD SERVO CONTROL SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM P3.3V C372 C306 0.1/16 MDQ9 MDQ5 MDQ10 CN101 S3.3V MDQ4 C101 QGF0523F1-24W 0.1/16 VREFH MDQ11 K101 C102 MDQ3 0.1/16 MDQ12 MDQ2 Q105 UN2119-X MDQ13 R112 MDQ1 MDQ14 R104 R123 R122 R107 MDQ0 R115 LPC2 MDQ15 R101 LPC1 Q103...

  • Page 159

    TO FLASH TO SDRAM D3.3V IC302 D3.3V LM1117MP-ADJ-X P3.3V D1.2V C373 C374 C375 C376 K304 NQR0339-002X R310 0.47 0.1/16 R311 C359 DGND EXDAT8 TP325 DGND TP324 TP323 TP322 TP321 CN301 QGA1002C1-06X TP320 R307 TP319 R306 TP317 C315 0.1/16 R362 R361 AOUT0 R360 AOUT1...

  • Page 160

    DVD FLASH ROM SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM PCMCLK TO SDRAM P3.3V TO FLASH K501 NQR0129-002X IC505 K4S641632F-TC75 C553 22/6.3 C551 0.1/16 MDQ0 MDQ15 C558 MDQ1 0.1/16 MDQ14 MDQ2 MDQ13 AOUT0 LRCLK C559 0.1/16 MDQ3 MDQ12 DACPDN MDQ4 MDQ11 DAC0CS DCLK MDQ5 MDQ10 DDATA MDQ6 MDQ9...

  • Page 161

    R716 PCMCLK R719 C715 C713 IC704 IC705 R720 R717 S3.3V D3.3V C712 C714 R701 R702 C704 220/6.3 C502 DGND TP54 IC701 AK4384VT-X IC501 R710 C503 R711 TO MAIN(SYSCON) AOUT0 R713 CN7301 RCLK R712 C701 0.1/16 R501 DACPDN DAC0CS DCLK R502 DDATA R704 C706...

  • Page 162

    <03> MAIN MAIN CIRCUIT BOARD DANGEROUS VOLTAGE LPB10227-001C J7010 R5001 J7009 R7167 J7006 C7508 C5003 R7170 L7501 C7507 D5001 C7503 R7172 FC5002 R7501 FC5001 C712 C7123 F5001 IC7501 R5101 R5102 C5104 CN2001 C5102 D5106 Q5103 D5101 R5110 R5104 C5101 C5107 IC7104 K5101 D5102...

  • Page 163

    CAUTION : FOR CONTINUED PROTECTION AGAINST FIRE HAZARD, REPLACE ONLY WITH SAME TYPE AND RATED FUSE(S). ATTENTION : REPLACER PAR DES FUSIBLE DE MEME TYPE. WR10 J7002 J7005 R7167 J7004 R7131 J7008 R7156 R6055 C6012 C6054 C7117 C6053 R7191 R7193 C6013 C6052 C7118...

  • Page 164

    COMPONENT PARTS LOCATION GUIDE <MAIN> LPB10227-001C VOLTAGE CHARTS REF.NO. LOCATION REF.NO. LOCATION REF.NO. LOCATION REF.NO. LOCATION REF.NO. LOCATION REF.NO. LOCATION REF.NO. LOCATION <MAIN> CAPACITOR C3011 A D 4C C7123 A D 11O IC7102 B C 17O R211 A D 12F R4009 B C 15F R8055...

  • Page 165

    <DISPLAY,JACK> MODE MODE MODE MODE MODE MODE MODE PLAY PLAY PLAY PLAY PLAY PLAY PLAY PIN NO. PIN NO. PIN NO. PIN NO. PIN NO. PIN NO. PIN NO. IC5201 Q2054 IC7002 10.4 10.1 Q8053 IC5301 Q2055 Q7001 TU6001 IC5302 Q2201 Q7002 -1.1...

  • Page 166

    DISPLAY, JACK, DVD BRACKET SWITCH AND DVD SERVO CONTROL CIRCUIT BOARDS <28> DISPLAY LPB10228-001A R7041 S7013 S7012 D7002 R7022 S7001 S7016 S7017 S7011 R7021 S7002 Q7001 S7006 R7012 R7013 R7014 R7015 R7011 S7004 S7003 S7010 S7005 <31> DVD BRACKET <36> JACK LPB10228-001A LPB10228-001A D7001...

  • Page 167

    Q7012 Q7008 Q7010 Q7009 Q7011 Q7013 Q7004 Q7006 C7021 Q7002 Q7003 Q7005 Q7007 R7040 R7037 Q7001 Q7014 IC7002 R7002 C7011 DI7001 S7014 COMPONENT PARTS LOCATION GUIDE <DISPLAY, JACK> LPB10228-001A REF.NO. LOCATION REF.NO. LOCATION REF.NO. LOCATION REF.NO. LOCATION REF.NO. LOCATION REF.NO. LOCATION CAPACITOR Q7004 B C 14B...

  • Page 168

    CPU PIN FUNCTION <SYSCON IC3001> PIN NO. LABEL IN/OUT FUNCTION PIN NO. LABEL IN/OUT FUNCTION SVss CTLREF CTL REFERENCE VOLTAGE MECHANISM MODE DETECT(A) CTL(+) IN/OUT CTL(+) SIGNAL LED DRIVE CTL(-) IN/OUT CTL(-) SIGNAL POWER_DET DETECTION SIGNAL FOR POWER DOWN OF AC POWER SUPPLY CTLBIAS CTL BIAS VOLTAGE 12C_CLK_AV...

  • Page 169

    REMOTE CONTROLLER SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM NOTE : 1. All parts shown in this schematic are ciritical for sefety. 2. This schematic is only for reference. Avoid replacing individual parts. Replace the entire unite only. ( LP21036-030A ) KEY No. KEY NAME POWER PROG/G CODE Normal/3x/5x/TOP MENU...

  • Page 170: Video Block Diagram

    VIDEO BLOCK DIAGRAM TP106 TP111 IC1-21 IC1-26 IC1-29 PB.FM D.FF IC1-86 PB 0.58Vp-p REC/PB 0.98Vp-p REC 0.52Vp-p PB 2.1Vp-p REC/PB 4.2Vp-p REC 1.45Vp-p 20mV/20µsec/DIV 20mV/20µsec/DIV 10mV/20µsec/DIV 50mV/20µsec/DIV 0.1V/5msec/DIV 50mV/20µsec/DIV SYSCON I2C_DATA_AV I2C_CLK_AV V.PULSE 2Fsc C.SYNC V_TO_OSD SB_GAIN V_FROM_OSD S1OUT TU_VIDEO TUNER IC7104 CLOCK DRIVER...

  • Page 171

    MAIN (VIDEO/N. AUDIO, TERMINAL) FMA/DEMOD TP106 PB. FM USED FILTER USED TP111 D. FF CONT X-TAL CR DET SYSCON 2fsc B-Y INVERT VCO/OSC DOWN D. FF LCVCO D.FF CONV CHROMA KILLER ACC DET DISCRI TANK MESECAM USED SYSCON VIDEO_ENV ENVDET SW30 SW35 SW36...

  • Page 172

    AUDIO BLOCK DIAGRAM 2-35...

  • Page 173

    SYSTEM CONTROL BLOCK DIAGRAM 2-36...

  • Page 174

    JVC SERVICE & ENGINEERING COMPANY OF AMERICA DIVISION OF JVC AMERICAS CORP. www.jvcservice.com(US Only) JVC CANADA INC. Head office : 21 Finchdene Square Scarborough, Ontario M1X 1A7 (416)293-1311 (No.YD008) Printed in Japan...

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