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No. 0706E
DZ-BD7HA
DZ-BD70A
SERVICE MANUAL
DO NOT RESELL OR DIVERT IMPROPERLY
SPECIFICATIONS AND PARTS ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE FOR IMPROVEMENT
HYBRID BD CAMCORDER
BD CAMCORDER
Updated 10/01/2007
October 2007

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    No. 0706E DZ-BD7HA DZ-BD70A SERVICE MANUAL DO NOT RESELL OR DIVERT IMPROPERLY SPECIFICATIONS AND PARTS ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE FOR IMPROVEMENT HYBRID BD CAMCORDER BD CAMCORDER Updated 10/01/2007 October 2007...

  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    (3) Top Cover ..........5-5 3-2-1 Blu-ray Disc (BD) ........3-3 (4) MIC circuit board and MIC unit ....5-6 3-2-2 1.8-inch HDD for DZ-BD7HA ....3-4 (5) Rear Block and AEL Circuit Board ..5-7 3-2-3 High-Defi nition (HD) Recording ....3-5 (6) Front Block ..........

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    Note: Adjustment will be reported later. B-1 Overall Block Diagram ......B-1 B-2 Regulator Block Diagram......B-2 7 Exploded View ........7-1 7-1 DZ-BD7HA/BD70A ........7-1 S Wiring and Schematic Diagrams ..S-1 PARTS LIST (Click list to go to page) Parts List 010~AEL S-1 Wiring .............S-1...

  • Page 4: Safety Precaution For Repair

    The use of a substitute replacement component which does not have the same safety characteristics as the HITACHI recommended replacement one, shown in the parts list in this Service Manual, may create shock, fi re, or other hazards. Product safety is continuously under review and new instructions are issued from time to time.

  • Page 5: Electrostatic Protection Measures

    Safety Precaution for Repair > Electrostatic Protection Measures & Cautions When Handling BD or DVD Drive 1-2 Electrostatic Protection Measures Semiconductor components can be damaged by static electricity charged on clothes, human body, etc. Take great care when handling components to avoid electrostatic damage, and perform servicing in an environment where grounding is complete.

  • Page 6: Cautions When Handling 1.8-inch Hdd (hard Disc Drive) For Camcorder

    Safety Precaution for Repair > Cautions When Handling 1.8-inch HDD (Hard Disc Drive) for Camcorder 1-4 Cautions When Handling 1.8-inch HDD (Hard Disc Drive) for Camcorder A HDD is a delicate device, very susceptible to vibrations or impact. Even if the HDD seems to operate normally immediately after vibrations or impact, a fault may occur after some time.

  • Page 7: Lead-free Solder

    Safety Precaution for Repair > Lead-Free Solder 1-5 Lead-Free Solder The printed circuit board that uses lead-free solder is adopted. To protect the global environment, use the recommended lead-free solder also during servicing. Read and observe the following before soldering: Caution ALWAYS wear protective goggles during soldering so that no solder smoke or scattered solder enters the eye.

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    Safety Precaution for Repair > Lead-Free Solder (5) Cautions when using lead based solder It is recommended that you use lead-free solder when servicing, but it is also possible to service using lead based solder. However, if lead based solder is used for servicing, take care with the following: 1) Before using lead based solder, remove the lead-free solder completely from the point to be soldered.

  • Page 9: Notes When Using Service Manual

    Safety Precaution for Repair > Notes When Using Service Manual 1-6 Notes When Using Service Manual (1) Value units used in parts list Certain symbols are indicated as shown below for value units of resistors, capacitors and coils in parts list. When you read them, note the following regular indications: Parts Indication in list Regular indication...

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    Safety Precaution for Repair > Notes When Using Service Manual (4) Indicating model names The indication of models is defi ned as follows: 1) The common parts of model names are omitted. Example: When indicating VM-D975LA and VM-D875LA: VM-D975LA/D875LA, D975LA/D875LA 2) If there is no difference in models going to different destinations, the indication of destination is omitted.

  • Page 11: General Description

    2-1 Overview The DZ-BD7HA and DZ-BD70A can record High-Defi nition (HD) images on a Blu-ray disc (BD). The DZ-BD7HA also has a 30 GB HDD (1.8-inch), and so it can record high-defi nition (HD) images on the HDD. Since the DZ-BD7HA and DZ-BD70A are compatible with various discs, as shown in Table 2-1-1, it can record movies directly to a disc or the HDD, and also easily dub movies recorded on the HDD to a disc (dubbing from a disc to HDD is not possible).

  • Page 12: Servicing Method

    General Description > Overview 2-1-1 Servicing method Refer to the following table and perform the designated, appropriate servicing. Any changes that occur in the service method will be published using service bulletin, etc. Do not perform any servicing other than that described in this manual. Table 2-1-2 Servicing method Servicing method Parts Name...

  • Page 13: Features

    The 1/2.8-inch CMOS sensor has approx. 5,300,000 total pixels, 2,070,000 effective for movies, and 4,320,000 effective for stills. DZ-BD7HA has a built-in 30 GB HDD. The DZ-BD7HA incorporates a 1.8-inch, 30 GB HDD for recording movies. It allows recording of high-resolution (1920 x 1080) images for approx. four hours. Incompatible with +RW No recording can be made on +RW, nor can a +RW recorded on another model be played back.

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    DZ-BD70A: Approx. 6.7 W (during BD-RE use) with LCD monitor off) Dimensions DZ-BD7HA: Approx. 3- 1/8" × 3-7/16" × 6-1/2" (W × H × D, including supplied battery pack, (Approx. 80 × 87 × 165 mm) DZ-BD70A: Approx. 3- 1/16 × 3-7/16" × 6-1/2"...

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    General Description > Specifi cations Item Specifi cations Allowable operating altitude 9,842 feet (3,000 m) or less (when using HDD, DZ-BD7HA only) Weight (without battery pack nor BD/DVD) DZ-BD7HA: Approx. 630g DZ-BD70A: Approx. 575g Total weight when recording (When using the DZ-BD7HA: Approx.

  • Page 16: Major Differences From Previous Models

    DZ-BD70A: DZ-GX5080A: (including supplied battery Approx. 3-1/16" × 3-7/16" × 6-1/2" Approx. 2-1/2" × 3-9/16" × 5-3/16" pack, excluding hand strap) Weight DZ-BD7HA: Approx. 630g DZ-HS500A: Approx. 505g DZ-BD70A: Approx. 575g DZ-GX5080A: Approx. 425g Built-in HDD DZ-BD7HA: DZ-HS500A: Provided (30-GB 1.8-inch) ←...

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    4 : 3 640 × 480 pixels *1: The screen aspect ratio of movie that can be recorded on the DZ-BD7HA/BD70A is only 16:9, no 4:3 movie can be recorded. *2: The screen aspect ratio of still that can be recorded on the DZ-BD7HA/BD70A is limited to 4:3. No 16:9 still can be recorded.

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    [Except for DVD-RW(VF mode)/ DVD-R using, STD mode] Disc protect Software disc-protect Software disc-protect [BD-RE, DVD-RAM, DVD-RW(VR)] [DVD-RAM, DVD-RW(VR)] Provided HDD Protect (For DZ-BD7HA ← and DZ-HS500A) Accessory Shoe Provided Not provided AV/S input/output jack Provided (output only) DZ-HS500A: Provided...

  • Page 19: Compatibility Of Recorded Dvd And Corresponding Recording Media

    (*1) The DVD-RAM can be recorded, edited and played on other Hitachi Hybrid/BD/DVD camcord- ers. 2) DVD-RAM recorded or edited on other Hitachi Hybrid/BD/DVD camcorders: (*1) The DVD-RAM can be recorded, edited and played on DZ-BD7HA/BD70A. However, scene memos recorded on the Disc Navigation function of DZ-MV100A cannot be played or edited on another model.

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    (*2) The DVD-R can be played back on other Hitachi Hybrid/BD/DVD camcorders without being fi nalized. However, be sure not to record or fi nalize a DVD-R using other Hitachi Hybrid/BD/DVD camcorders: Doing so will make the DVD-R unusable. (*3) Also, do not insert a DVD-R not fi...

  • Page 21: Corresponding Recording Media

    Multi- Model BD-RE/ DVD-RAM DVD-R DVD-RW Memory media BD-R Card card HD: Rp HD: Rp SD: No DZ-BD7HA SD: No HD: No ST: No ST: No SD: Rp DZ-BD70A HD: No ST: Pb DZ-HS500A SD: Rp DZ-HS303A ST: No DZ-HS300A...

  • Page 22: Names Of Parts

    General Description > Names of Parts 2-6 Names of Parts 2 - 12...

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    General Description > Names of Parts 2 - 13...

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    General Description > Names of Parts Accessories 2 - 14...

  • Page 25: List Of Abbreviations And Terms

    General Description > List of Abbreviations and Terms 2-7 List of Abbreviations and Terms Index Abbreviation/Term Explanation See Dolby AC3. AT Attachment interface: The name of HDD connection standard. AVCHD Advanced Video Codec High Defi nition: This format is for recording high quality images on 8 cm DVD, SDHC, etc.

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    General Description > List of Abbreviations and Terms Index Abbreviation/Term Explanation DVD Video Re- Video recording/playback standard that applies to DVD-RAM and DVD-RW: This cording Format allows versatile editing functions, differing from the DVD Video Format. DVD+RW Alliance An industrial group that has developed +R, +RW and DVD+VR, and is establishing, promulgating and promoting the format specifi...

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    General Description > List of Abbreviations and Terms Index Abbreviation/Term Explanation miniSD Memory This mini-type SD memory card is 21.5 mm long, 20 mm wide and 1.4 mm thick, Card weighing approx. 1 g. If an adapter is attached, it can be also be used as an SD memory card.

  • Page 28: Description Of Operation

    3-1 Description of Structure (1) Differences in structure between DZ-BD7HA and DZ-BD70A Although the DZ-BD7HA and DZ-BD70A resemble each other, the shapes of the following compo- nents differ greatly, depending on whether the HDD is mounted or not: a) Side case R (including presence/absence of HDD cover)

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    (l) GYRO circuit board: Incorporates the gyro sensors for camera shake compensation. (m) HDF circuit board (DZ-BD7HA only): This fi le-like board connects the HDD unit and MAN circuit board. (n) LAF circuit board: Connects the AEL and EXL circuit boards.

  • Page 30: Description Of Newly Adapted Technology

    Description of Operation > Description of Newly Adapted Technology 3-2 Description of Newly Adapted Technology (*1) 3-2-1 Blu-ray Disc (BD) (1) Overview of BD and Specifi cations A Blu-ray disc (BD) is an optical disc whose format has been established by the Blue-ray Disc As- sociation (BDA): Data is written and read using blue-purple laser.

  • Page 31: Inch Hdd For Dz-bd7ha

    Dolby TrueHD DTS-HD 3-2-2 1.8-inch HDD for DZ-BD7HA The DZ-BD7HA built-in HDD is a 1.8-inch HDD with 30 GB capacity produced by Samsung Elec- tronics. It is not compatible with the 1.8-inch HDD mounted in DZ-HS500A. (1) Specifi cations Table 3-2-5 HDD Specifi cations Item Specifi...

  • Page 32: High-defi Nition (hd) Recording

    (full HD)” The DZ-BD7HA and DZ-BD70A are compatible with 1080i (resolution 1920 x 1080 and 1440 x 1080) shown in the table below, which means they can record videos on HDD (DZ-BD7HA only) and BD in full high defi nition.

  • Page 33: Cmos Sensor

    Miscellaneous Peripheral circuits can Incorporating peripheral easily be incorporated. circuits is diffi cult. *6: The CMOS sensor in DZ-BD7HA/BD70A outputs digital signals. Some CMOS sensors in other products may output analog signals. 3 - 6...

  • Page 34: Troubleshooting

    Troubleshooting 4-1 Procedure for Troubleshooting Perform troubleshooting in the order shown in Fig. 4-1-1. Note: 1) Before troubleshooting or servicing, be sure to obtain customer approval for the following: a) The recorded contents on BD/DVD/HDD may be lost depending on the details and situation of fault (defect).

  • Page 35: Messages And Troubleshooting

    It is specifi ed that fi nal- NALIZE button. DVD mode . ization is possible in the BD/DVD mode [DZ-BD7HA only] when the BD/DVD indicator is lit. Cannot read disc. Appears when reading or writing any Refer to “4-3-5 Cleaning BD/DVD and Check dirt/crack/both-sides recorded fi...

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    Choose “YES” and designate it when Format the card now? card formatted on PC was loaded. formatting card (deleting all recorded data). Check card Appears if a card unusable on Insert a card usable on DZ-BD7HA/ DZ-BD7HA/BD70A was inserted. BD70A. 4 - 3...

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    BD/DVD is dirty. BD/DVD. Or replace the BD/DVD. Appears when the disc has been edited Format the BD/DVD (deleting all re- on a device other than the DZ-BD7HA/ corded data), or replace the BD/DVD. BD70A, and mismatch has occurred in recorded data.

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    Troubleshooting > Messages and Troubleshooting Cause/condition for Message Troubleshooting message to appear Disc error has occurred. Appears when reading or writing from/to Refer to “4-3-5 Cleaning BD/DVD Format the disc now? recorded fi le cannot be performed be- and optical pickup” and clean the YES NO cause the BD/DVD is dirty.

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    Troubleshooting > Messages and Troubleshooting Cause/condition for Message Troubleshooting message to appear Disc includes protected Appears if the loaded DVD-RAM/DVD- Release the write-protect using the scenes. RW(VR) has a program (scene) that is device that has the software write- Delete scenes? write-protected by the software write- protect function for program units, YES NO...

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    Troubleshooting > Messages and Troubleshooting Cause/condition for Message Troubleshooting message to appear Error occurred. Appears when reading or writing from/ Refer to “4-3-5 Cleaning BD/DVD Please replace disc or format to recorded fi le cannot be performed and optical pickup” and clean the disc.

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    Release the protection using the device on which the programs (scenes) scenes. (scene) that was write-protected by a de- Delete scenes? vice other than the DZ-BD7HA/BD70A. were protected, or choose “YES”, and YES NO This occurs because the HDD protection then delete the scenes.

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    Troubleshooting > Messages and Troubleshooting Cause/condition for Message Troubleshooting message to appear No disc Appears if no BD/DVD is loaded. Load a BD/DVD Appears when a disc that cannot be used Check the type of BD/DVD, and load on the camcorder has been loaded. a BD/DVD that can be used on this camcorder.

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    Troubleshooting > Messages and Troubleshooting Cause/condition for Message Troubleshooting message to appear The temperature of HDD Appears if the temperature at the HDD, Turn the power switch to "OFF", and is outside the operating or the ambient temperature, was higher then leave the camcorder in a well- temperature range, Turn off than the allowable operating tempera-...

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    If the BD/DVD is removed while it is being recognized, the repair function of movie fi le will be invalid. f) If the timing when power is turned off is inappropriate, normal repair may be impossible. g) If the disc contains data recorded on a device other than DZ-BD7HA/BD70A, normal repair may not be possible.

  • Page 45: Display Of Error Codes And Troubleshooting

    2) Set the Movie/Still switch to “Movie”, and then turn the power switch to the “ON” position. (The DZ-BD7HA can display error codes in both HDD and BD/DVD modes.) Then operate the camcorder while watching the LCD monitor or viewfi nder.

  • Page 46: Major Error Codes And Troubleshooting

    Troubleshooting > Display of Error Codes and Troubleshooting 4-3-3 Major error codes and troubleshooting Table 4-3-1 shows the error codes that are likely to frequently appear, and appropriate troubleshoot- ing. If error codes other than those listed in Table 4-3-1 appear, check with the factory for troubleshoot- ing.

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    Troubleshooting > Display of Error Codes and Troubleshooting Error code Contents of problem Troubleshooting F572 Recording Movies failed due to mag- Remove the magnetic substance, taking care that the netic substance in the vicinity of opti- optical pickup is not damaged. F573 cal pickup.

  • Page 48: Bd/dvd Load Check Flowchart

    Troubleshooting > Display of Error Codes and Troubleshooting 4-3-4 BD/DVD Load Check Flowchart Check the following only when an instruction for referring to this chart is given in “Table 4-3-1 Major Error Codes and Troubleshooting” on the previous item. Caution Laser light striking the eye may cause your eyesight to be lost: For safety, be sure to remove any power supply (AC adapter/charger, battery, etc.) from the camcorder before starting work.

  • Page 49: Cleaning Bd/dvd And Optical Pickup

    LF-K200DCJ1 DVD-RAM/PD disc cleaner (cleaning cloth and cleaning liquid) produced by Panasonic c) DVD-8CL(S) 8cm DVD video camera lens cleaner (cleaning disc and cleaning cloth) produced by Hitachi Maxell (2) Cleaning optical pickup Note: Do not clean the optical pickup needlessly. The optical pickup is a precision component. Repeated cleaning could cause a fault.

  • Page 50: Checking Versions Of Firmware And Updating

    These programs control the BD drive system (mechanism block). DRIVE (Core) Drive core CAMERA Camera Controls the operation of camera block (including optical system). EEPROM EEPROM Different data for models. Hard Disc Drive Controls the HDD. (DZ-BD7HA only) 4 - 17...

  • Page 51: Checking fi Rmware Versions

    4) When using the card for updating, set the Movie/Still switch to "Still", and then turn the power switch to "ON"; when using the disc for updating, set the Movie/Still switch to "Movie", and then turn the power switch to "ON". With the DZ-BD7HA, also use the power switch to choose the "BD/ DVD" mode.

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    Troubleshooting > Checking Versions of Firmware and Updating 5) After approx. 20 seconds, the updating start screen (Fig. 4-4-2) will appear, and the fi rmware programs will be automatically updated thereafter. During updating, screens showing that desig- nated fi rmware program is being updated will appear, followed by screen showing that updating is complete.

  • Page 53: Trouble Diagnosis

    •Power does not turn on, or start up •No audio from A/V output jack. normally •No audio can be recorded from internal mi- HDD system (For DZ-BD7HA) crophone. •HDD does not operate. •No audio can be recorded from external •Message “HDD access” does not disappear.

  • Page 54: Trouble Diagnosis fl Owchart

    Troubleshooting > Trouble Diagnosis 4-5-1 Trouble diagnosis fl owchart Interpreting the trouble diagnosis fl owchart: 1) If removing any component is stated in the fl owchart, remove that component, referring to “5. Disassembly and Reassembly”. 2) If “Solder a lead wire to check point” is stated, solder a lead wire of approx. 10 cm according to the list of check point: Be sure to remove the lead wire after trouble diagnosis is fi...

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    Troubleshooting > Trouble Diagnosis Information: With the DZ-BD7HA, the HDD unit is set to master, and the BD drive unit is set to slave. Therefore, if the HDD unit is electrically faulty, the DZ-BD7H may not recognize the BD drive unit and the BD drive unit may not operate.

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  • Page 66: Reassembly To Enable Service Position

    Troubleshooting > Trouble Diagnosis 4-5-2 Reassembly to enable service position Cautions 1) The camcorder incorporates a high-voltage fl ash unit. Take electric shock prevention measures, such as wearing gloves, etc., and perform disassembly/reassembly with great care. 2) Laser light striking the eye may cause your eyesight to be lost: For safety, be sure to remove any power supply (AC adapter/charger, battery, etc.) from the camcorder before starting work.

  • Page 67

    Troubleshooting > Trouble Diagnosis Use the reverse procedure of removal to reattach the rear block, MAN circuit board, AEL circuit board, front block and top cover to the R block. At this time, be sure to securely connect the MAN circuit board and BD drive unit, and also the MAN and AEL circuit boards.

  • Page 68

    Troubleshooting > Trouble Diagnosis (2) Setting to service position (B) Service position (B) is used to troubleshoot the LCD monitor system and operation button system on L side case: Use the check points on MAN circuit board, AEL circuit board and EXL circuit board for troubleshooting.

  • Page 69: Procedure For Removing Bd/dvd From Faulty Camcorder

    Troubleshooting > Procedure for Removing BD/DVD from Faulty Camcorder 4-6 Procedure for Removing BD/DVD from Faulty Camcorder 4-6-1 Items to be checked Connect the AC adapter/charger or battery (power supply) to the camcorder, and set the power switch to “OFF”: Make sure that the ACCESS indicator turns off, and then press the DISC EJECT button.

  • Page 70: System Resetting/resetting Camera Functions

    2) Set the Movie/Still switch to "Movie", insert a BD-R/BD-RE, and then turn the power switch to "ON". With the DZ-BD7HA, also use the power switch to choose the "BD/DVD" mode. Then operate the camcorder while watching the LCD monitor or viewfi nder.

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    Troubleshooting > System Resetting/Resetting Camera Functions Yes: Will be reset Table 4-7-1 List of items to be reset No: Will not be reset Camera System Default at Item function Setting range Remarks Memo reset factory reset Camera Functions Setup Program AE Auto Auto, Portrait, Spotlight, Sand &...

  • Page 72: System Reset Procedure

    Troubleshooting > System Resetting/Resetting Camera Functions 4-7-2 System reset procedure Note: Always perform system reset after completing repair: System reset will erase all error codes stored in fl ash memory. 1) Set the power switch to “OFF”, and then disconnect the battery or AC adapter/charger.

  • Page 73: Disassembly And Reassembly

    Disassembly and Reassembly Note: Even if the shapes of parts are different, the following disassembly procedure, using the DZ-BD7HA, is the same for all models. 5-1 Items to Be Checked (a) Shoe cover (1) Checking Disc (b) EJ cover Connect the AC adapter/charger or battery to the (c) Lock slider (d) Fine-tipped fl...

  • Page 74: Order Of Disassembly And Names Of Major Circuit Boards And Units

    Disassembly and Reassembly > Order of Disassembly and Names of Major Circuit Boards and Units 5-2 Order of Disassembly and Names of Major Circuit Boards and Units 5-2-1 Order of Disassembly 1) Refer to the disassembly fl owchart in Figs. 5-2-1 for the order of removing each component. Un- less otherwise specifi...

  • Page 75: Names Of Major Circuit Boards And Units

    Disassembly and Reassembly > Order of Disassembly and Names of Major Circuit Boards and Units / Disassembly 5-2-2 Names of Major Circuit Boards and Units (g) 5MCMOS circuit board (m) HDF circuit board [For DZ-BD7HA] (a) BD drive unit (b) EVF unit...

  • Page 76: L Block

    Disassembly and Reassembly > Disassembly (2) L Block 1) Remove the screw [A] and then remove the L cover (a) in the direction of the arrow. 2) Open the Shoe cover (b) in the direction of the arrow and then remove the screw [B]. 3) Remove the screw [F] and the fi...

  • Page 77: Top Cover

    Disassembly and Reassembly > Disassembly (3) Top Cover 1) Remove the MIC circuit board (a) into the AEL circuit board (b). 2) Remove the screw [D]. 3) Remove the two screws [A]. 4) Pull out the EVF unit (c) in the direction of the arrow. 5) Remove the Top cover (d) in the direction of the arrow.

  • Page 78: Mic Circuit Board And Mic Unit

    Disassembly and Reassembly > Disassembly (4) MIC circuit board and MIC unit 1) Disconnect the fl at cable of the MIC unit (a). 2) Remove the screw [B], and then remove the MIC circuit board (b). 3) Remove the two screws [B]. 4) Remove the MIC unit in the direction of the arrow.

  • Page 79: Rear Block And Ael Circuit Board

    Disassembly and Reassembly > Disassembly (5) Rear Block and AEL Circuit Board 1) Remove the hand strap (a) from R case (b). 2) Disconnect the two fl at cables of the Rear block (c). 3) Disconnect the fl at cable of the EVF unit (d). 4) Remove the screw [A], and then remove the Rear block in the direction of the arrow.

  • Page 80: Front Block

    (6) Front Block Caution The front block of DZ-BD7HA and DZ-BD70A incorporates a high-voltage fl ash unit. Do electric shock prevention measures, such as wearing gloves, and take great care during work. 1) Remove the GYRO circuit board (a) from MAN circuit board (b).

  • Page 81: Man Circuit Board

    Disassembly and Reassembly > Disassembly (7) MAN Circuit Board 1) Remove the three screws [C]. 2) Disconnect the HDF circuit board (a) from MAN circuit board (b). 3) Remove the MAN circuit board, respectively, in the directions of the arrows. The MAN circuit board is directly connected to a circuit board on the BD drive unit (c) via connector, so be sure to remove it in the direction of the arrow.

  • Page 82: Rear Case And Evf Unit

    Disassembly and Reassembly > Disassembly (8) Rear Case and EVF Unit 1) Pull out the EVF unit (b) in the direction of the arrow. 2) Remove the eye cup (c) in the direction of the arrow. 3) Remove the screw [A]. Caution during disassembly and reassembly: When replacing the EVF unit paste the gasket (d) to the specifi...

  • Page 83: Back-up Battery, Laf Circuit Board And Exl Circuit Board

    Disassembly and Reassembly > Disassembly (9) Back-up Battery, LAF Circuit Board and EXL Circuit Board 1) Use tweezers, etc. to remove the backup battery (a) in the direction of the arrow. Take care not to damage the battery holder (b) on EXL circuit board (c) at this time. 2) Remove the LAF circuit board (d) in the direction of the arrow.

  • Page 84: Camera Block

    (10) Camera Block Caution The front block of DZ-BD7HA and DZ-BD70A incorporates a high-voltage fl ash unit. Do electric shock prevention measures, such as wearing gloves, and take great care during work. 1) Remove the screw [C] and ground cable [A] (a) of FRT circuit board (c).

  • Page 85: Flash Unit And Sff Circuit Board

    Disassembly and Reassembly > Disassembly (11) Flash Unit and SFF Circuit Board Caution The fl ash unit has a high-voltage circuit: Do electric shock prevention measures, such as wearing gloves, and take great care during work. 1) Remove the SFF circuit board (a) from FRT circuit board (b). 2) Remove the screw [B].

  • Page 86: Frt Circuit Board, Lens Barrier Unit And Ir Filter

    Disassembly and Reassembly > Disassembly (12) FRT Circuit Board, Lens Barrier Unit and IR Filter 1) Remove the fl at cable of lens barrier unit (a) from FRT circuit board (b). 2) Move the jack cover (c), and then remove the screw [B]. 3) Remove the FRT circuit board in the direction of the arrow.

  • Page 87: Bd Drive Unit

    Disassembly and Reassembly > Disassembly (13) BD Drive Unit 1) Disconnect the fl at cable. 2) Remove the screw [A]. 3) Remove the two screws [B], and then remove the BD drive unit (a). Note: The BD drive unit is a precision component: Take great care when handling it. Do not subject the BD drive unit to any impact: Doing so could cause a fault.

  • Page 88: Hdd Cover, Hdd Block And Hdf Circuit Board [for Dz-bd7ha]

    Disassembly and Reassembly > Disassembly (14) HDD Cover, HDD Block and HDF Circuit Board [For DZ-BD7HA] Information: The HDD cover and HDD block can be replaced without removing any other components: Perform steps 1) – 8) below after opening the disc insertion block using the procedure shown in “5-1 Items to Be Checked”.

  • Page 89

    Disassembly and Reassembly > Disassembly 7) Disconnect the HDF circuit board (h) from HDD block. 8) Remove the HDD block from the R case in the direction of the arrow. 9) Pull out the HDF circuit board in the direction of the arrow to remove it from R case. Procedure for reassembly/caution 1) Be sure to reassemble the HDF circuit board so that it passes under the plate spring: Failure to do so could cause a fault, including wire disconnection.

  • Page 90: Hdd Unit [for Dz-bd7ha]

    2) When replacing the HDD unit, paste the ground sheet (c) to the specifi ed position. 3) When attaching a new HDD unit, always initialize it. Information: With DZ-BD7HA, a HDD unit used (recorded) on another DZ-BD7HA can be re-used without any special operation/work. (a) HDD unit...

  • Page 91: Lcd Unit

    Disassembly and Reassembly > Disassembly (16) LCD Unit 1) Disconnect the fl at cable from EXL circuit board (a). 2) Remove the two screws [E], taking care not to lose the LCD ground plate (b), which will be de- tached at this time. Note: Take great care when handling the LCD unit.

  • Page 92: Avs Circuit Board And Usb Circuit Board

    Disassembly and Reassembly > Disassembly (17) AVS Circuit Board and USB Circuit Board 1) Remove the two screws [A]. 2) Remove the three screws [B]. 3) Remove the USB holder (a) from the L case (b) in the direction of the arrow. The ground sheet (c) will be detached at this time: Do not lose it.

  • Page 93: Gyro Circuit Board, Lens Frame, Sensor Block, Lens Unit, Cushion And Crystal Filter

    Disassembly and Reassembly > Disassembly (18) GYRO Circuit Board, Lens Frame, Sensor Block, Lens Unit, Cushion and Crystal Filter Information: The sensor block comprises the 5MCMOS circuit board assembly on which the sensor is mounted. 1) Disconnect the fl at cable. 2) Remove the screw [C].

  • Page 94: Adjustment

    Adjustment Note: Adjustment will be reported later. 6 - 1...

  • Page 95

    7 - 1...

  • Page 96: S Wiring And Schematic Diagrams

    P1000 40PIN P4705 10PIN SD CARD slot 10PIN FLASH P1003 P4709 L CASE UNIT P4710 QUICK START button, P1001 P4707 DISC NAVIGATION button, DUBBING button(DZ-BD7HA) 60PIN 6PIN 2PIN SPEAKER P1002 P1002 40PIN 10PIN 10PIN P1000 J1000 P1001 P1004 P001 J5000...

  • Page 97: 5mcmos

    S-2 5MCMOS The following shows the neme of circuit and plug to which signal is connected and the address: PG1001 Name of citcuit To MAIN diagram and plug AUDIO-L PG2001 AUDIO-R Address (3A) P1000 AD2[11] AD2[11] AD2[10] AD2[10] AD2[9] AD2[9] AD2[8] AD2[8] AD2[7]...

  • Page 98: Gyro

    S-3 GYRO The following shows the neme of circuit and plug to which signal is connected and the address: PG1001 Name of citcuit To MAIN AUDIO-L diagram and plug PG2001 AUDIO-R Address (3A) R1419 750-1% C1415 I1401 ON/OFF C1418 S-T111B28MC 0.22/10 VOUT R1426...

  • Page 99: Hd-dsp [man

    CODEC CAMERA µP S-4 HD-DSP [MAN] ] (8F) (5F) (5F) The following shows the neme of circuit and plug to which signal is connected and the address: Name of citcuit To MAIN diagram VIDEO (3A) L2003 Address PG1001 Name of citcuit To MAIN diagram and plug AUDIO-L...

  • Page 100: Lens Drive [man

    S-5 LENS DRIVE [MAN] C4511 0.47/6.3 R4531 R4530 R4538 100K C4542 0.01/16 I4509 V_GYR CAMERA µP Q4505 C4513 H_GYR NJM13403V-TE1 0.47/6.3 RT1N144U-T111-1 GYR_RST (1C) ND HALL AMP R4537 8.2K D_OUT 14 ND_DRIVE+ A_OUT I4508 R4576 R4568 C4514 220P TC7SB66FU 1.5K D-IN 13 A-IN R4571...

  • Page 101: Camera µp [man

    S-6 CAMERA µP [MAN] PLUG HD-DSP HD-DSP HD-DSP (2A) REGULATOR PLUG (5F) (8B) (8C) (8C) (1A) (1B) The following shows the neme of circuit and plug to which signal is connected and the address: Name of citcuit To MAIN diagram VIDEO (3A) Address...

  • Page 102: Codec [man

    Note: For parts whose circuit numbers are marked *, The following shows the neme of circuit and plug to the values and whether they are mounted vary HD-DSP CAMERA µP S-7 CODEC [MAN] which signal is connected and the address: depending on the model/destination.

  • Page 103: Memory [man

    S-8 MEMORY [MAN] C1.8V_DRAM CODEC (1D) C3032 10/6.3 The following shows the neme of circuit and plug to RAM0_DQ[9] RAM0_A[12] M2 DQ9 which signal is connected and the address: RAM0_DQ[10] RAM0_A[11] M3 DQ10 RAM0_DQ[5] RAM0_A[9] Name of citcuit M7 DQ5 RAM0_DQ[6] RAM0_RASX diagram...

  • Page 104: I/o [man

    PLUG S-9 I/O [MAN] (8C) CODEC(6C) TMOD_RESET SYS_RESET HD-DSP(4F) 0.01/16 VREG3V C3310 SYS_RESET USB IC(4B) OUT_Y SYS_RESET MEMORY(4C) IN_A IN_B SYS_RESET PLUG(5A) RESETX SYS_RESET HDMI(1A) SYS_RST REG_ON1 PLUG(5A) I3303 Q3300 I3301 EJECT_SW 2SC5343E S-80952CNNB TK11133CSC RESET PULSE GEN. REGULATOR REG_ON1 3.3V REG C3312 (8F)

  • Page 105: Hdmi [man

    S-10 HDMI [MAN] C3503 6 5 4 Q3500 C3506 SUT483J_PF 10/6.3 AV1_YOUT Q3503 I3501 C3545 L3500 2SC4617RS 10/10 AN13208A 0.12µH R3532 VIDEO DRIVE C3546 10/10 Stanby_Sw VCC_C C3504 Pbin Pbout R3607 6 5 4 VCC_Y Q3501 C3507 SUT483J_PF Pyin Pyout CODEC 10/6.3 AV1_PBOUT...

  • Page 106: Usb Ic [man

    S-11 USB IC [MAN] The following shows the neme of circuit and plug to which signal is connected and the address: Name of citcuit To MAIN diagram VIDEO (3A) Address I3701 TK11125CSC C3716 L3702 0.01/16 BK1005HS680-T Vout Vcont C3V_SYS L3703 BK1005HS680-T REGULATOR TP3700...

  • Page 107: Hdd [man

    S-12 HDD [MAN] The following shows the neme of circuit and plug to which signal is connected and the address: Name of citcuit To MAIN diagram VIDEO (3A) Address PG1001 Name of citcuit To MAIN AUDIO-L diagram and plug PG2001 AUDIO-R Address (3A)

  • Page 108: Regulator [man

    The following shows the neme of circuit and plug to Note: For parts whose circuit numbers are marked *, which signal is connected and the address: the values and whether they are mounted vary S-13 REGULATOR [MAN] depending on the model/destination. Name of citcuit See "Parts Search System"...

  • Page 109: Plug [man

    P4002 TP4033 TP4008 The following shows the neme of circuit and plug to S-14 PLUG [MAN] C3V(T/W) TP4013 To CODEC(6E) which signal is connected and the address: SUTTER SHUTTER L4006 TP4011 To CAMERA µP(1A) TP4012 To CODEC(6E) FOCUS/LOCK FOCUS_LOCK Name of citcuit R4048 diagram To MAIN...

  • Page 110: Usb

    S-15 USB The following shows the neme of circuit and plug to which signal is connected and the address: PG1001 Name of citcuit To MAIN AUDIO-L diagram and plug PG2001 AUDIO-R (3A) Address TP3504 J3500 L3600 D2 Shield P3502 D1 Shield USB_DATA- L3601 USB_DATA+...

  • Page 111: Ael

    The following shows the neme of circuit and plug to SD CARD SLOT S-16 AEL which signal is connected and the address: P4705 PG1001 P4702 Name of citcuit To MAIN TP4812 AUDIO-L diagram and plug PG2001 L4717 AUDIO-R (3A) Address I4700 One voltage : PB or REC mode.

  • Page 112: Laf

    S-17 LAF P1000 RESET_SW KEY1 SP.OUT+ SELECT SP.OUT- C3V_A LCD_OPEN SSG_HD SPEEDUP_SW 54 C3V_D NAVI SSG_FV LCD_B SPEEDUP_LED KEY2 LCD_G C8.5V B/U3V LCD_R BLUE_LED LCD_REV SCLK CS_LCD INV5V INV5V TRST_N RXDA SSG_HDO 36 TXDA V_I/O C3V_SYS SCK_PRG H8_RESET +B_HOTSHOE +B_HOTSHOE P4711 P1001 RESET_SW...

  • Page 113: Exl

    The following shows the neme of circuit and plug to S-18 EXL which signal is connected and the address: PG1001 Name of citcuit To MAIN AUDIO-L diagram and plug PG2001 AUDIO-R (3A) P1001 Address One voltage : PB or REC mode. J1000 Two voltages : PB and (REC) mode.

  • Page 114: Frt

    I5000 TK11125CSC S-19 FRT C5013 2.5V REG 0.01 R5022 The following shows the neme of circuit and plug to Vout Np 3 which signal is connected and the address: PG1001 GND 2 Name of citcuit To MAIN AUDIO-L diagram and plug PG2001 Vcont 1 AUDIO-R...

  • Page 115: Avs

    S-20 AVS P001 AUD(L) GND 6 AUD(R) JACK_IN S(C) J5001 VIDEO S(C) S(Y) GND 10 JACK_IN AUD(L) P4709 A/V OUTPUT AUD(R) VIDEO S(Y) S-21 SFF P1002 STB_RDY STB_ON STB_FANA STB_OSCI STB_+B STB_GND STB_+B STB_GND P5202 P1003 STB_RDY GND 10 STB_ON STB_FANA STB_OSCI STB_GND...

  • Page 116: Mic

    S-22 MIC The following shows the neme of circuit and plug to which signal is connected and the address: PG1001 Name of citcuit To MAIN diagram and plug AUDIO-L PG2001 AUDIO-R Address (3A) Q5212 L5200 2SC5343E µH C5204 R5219 0.033/16 Q5202 C5203 C5209...

  • Page 117: Ic Block (1/2

    S-23 IC Block (1/2) I3301 TK11133CSCL I0501 I1400 I4701 TK11131CSCL MB39A121 IDG-1023A I1001,I3701,I5000 TK11125CSC V IN V OUT “CH1” VCC0 34 HPS -INE1 Output Error Coriolis Gain Oscillator Amp1 Over Heat & OUT1-1 Sense CONT. Gain Demodulator Over Current 12 X-RATEOUT X-Rate Low-Pass PROTECT...

  • Page 118: Ic Block (2/2

    S-24 IC Block (2/2) I4705 LB1935CL I4505 I4703 I4502,I4510 AK4568A NJM13404R-TE1 “YGCA5-0” OUT1 “PMYC” OUT2 CLAMP BUFF D/A CONVERTER & DRIVE CONTROL “PMYC”+“PMV” “PMV” OUT3 IRIS OUT4 LOGIC “CGCA5-0” I4503 NJM3414AV-TE1 BUFF 6 GND “PMYC” S-DC “WIDE” IPGA AUDIO I/F CONTROLER “PM1”...

  • Page 119: B Block Diagrams

    ATA1_CSX[0,1], UNIT EEP_SDO_ORI, ATA1_DIORX, P1003 17, 61, 65, I2302 EEP_SCK_ORI : REC VIDEO for HDD ATA1_DIOWX DZ-BD7HA 48 48 48 48 SPEEDUP_SW, NAVI, DUB 66, 67, 70 L Case only ATA1_INTRQ, (Quick start/ : PB VIDEO for BD PDIAG, DASP,...

  • Page 120: Regulator Block Diagram

    5MCMOS DRIVE L3511 I4000 I1000 REAR COVER P2006 P1000 L1000 C3V_SYS ACCESS C3V_CAM 9,10 9,10 33,40 POWER SWITCH, DZ-BD7HA only LED DRIVE J3500 I1001 P4002 REC button, HDMI OUT I3600 C3V_SYS L4718 1,11 PHOTO/SELECT button, 2.5V P3500 P3502 terminal ZOOM LEVER,...

  • Page 121

    Circuit Board Diagrams C-1 5MCMOS [Pattern No.JA0923-4] 5MCMOS -SIDE A- C1001 3 3 3 E 3E E C1019 R1000 C1007 P1000 5MCMOS -SIDE B- R1005 R1015 R1016 R1017 C1002 R1018 3 3 B 4B B I1000 I1000 C1003 2A A 3A A A 3A A A 4 4 A A...

  • Page 122

    C-2 AEL [Pattern No.JA0816-4] R4721 R4776 Q4703 R4774 L4724 Q4700 R4700 P4708 C4763 2E E 2 2 2 E E E E E E 7E E 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 E E C4764 Q4701 I4705 R4702 R4704 R4705 Q4702 C4775...

  • Page 123

    C-3 EXL [Pattern No.JA0956-5] EXL -SIDE A- 3 3 E S1006 R1110 R1116 S1004 R1113 2D D D D R1115 S1005 S1007 P1004 R1100 R1119 R1118 R1117 R1102 L1000 C1100 EXL -SIDE B- TP1000 R1011 Q1000 2 2 2 B C1001 TP1017 P1000...

  • Page 124

    C-4 AVS [Pattern No.JD0091-5] AVS -SIDE A- P001 J5001 AVS -SIDE B- C - 4...

  • Page 125

    C-5 FRT [Pattern No.JD0091-5] Q5205 R5222 C5226 R5250 R5204 R5217 R5251 R5018 R5200 C5207 R5201 FRT -SIDE A- 4 4 E E E 4 4 4 4 E 4E E 4E E R5202 R5237 R5231 C5213 R5203 C5009 R5016 R5011 Q5003 C5004 R5006...

  • Page 126

    C-6 LAF [Pattern No.JD0091-5] LAF -SIDE A- LAF -SIDE B- 4E E E 4E E P1000 4A A A A A P1001 C - 6...

  • Page 127: C-7 Gyro

    C-7 GYRO [Pattern No.JD0091-5] 2 2 E GYRO -SIDE A- 3D D R1424 C1425 R1426 C1424 C1418 C1414 R1421 C1422 C1421 R1422 C1420 R1419 R1417 R1425 P1401 GYRO -SIDE B- C - 7...

  • Page 128

    C-8 MIC [Pattern No.JD0091-5] R5210 C5201 C5209 R5224 MIC -SIDE B- MIC -SIDE A- R5248 C5202 2 2 E 2 2 E 2E E 2 2 E 4E E 4E E R5214 R5219 R5216 C5208 C5221 R5213 R5221 R5205 Q5202 C5210 R5206 R5215...

  • Page 129

    C-9 SFF [Pattern No.JD0091-5] SFF -SIDE A- SFF -SIDE B- P1002 P1003 C - 9...

  • Page 130: C-10 Usb

    C-10 USB [Pattern No.JD0091-5] USB -SIDE A- USB -SIDE B- 4 4 E E E R3603 R3604 R3606 R3509 4D D D R3608 R3700 L3701 L3702 C C C C C C C C R3613 R3619 R3612 R3618 R3611 R3617 2B B B B B B B 2 2 A A A A A 2 2 A A A...

  • Page 131: C-11 Man

    C-11 MAN [Pattern No.JA0814-7] MAN -SIDE A- TP4035 TP4007 TP4004 TP4005 R0543 TP3308 TP4006 L3510 P2001 TP4003 C3583 X0501 P4200 R4215 C4004 C3582 R3658 L0503 F4004 R3648 P4003 E E E 5 5 E 6E E E E 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 E E 8E E R3659 R4203...

  • Page 132

    MAN -SIDE B- TP3316 R3330 C3316 R3335 R3324 R3321 I3300 I3302 R3338 R3336 R0547 R3327 R3352 R3379 C0529 R0505 R3546 C3591 C3546 R3326 R3374 C3609 C3608 R3337 C3309 R3339 C0525 C3302 R3518 R3323 R3375 Q3503 R3376 I3303 R3532 R3655 C0523 C3603 C3557 C3545...

  • Page 133

    Actual Page 95 Caution Symbol No. Parts No. Description Note #010 MK13791 SCREW (M1.7X3) #100 KQ05221 LEN ASSY #100A HP02271 HDD (30GB) For DZ-BD7HA #107 FS11091 BATTERY #110 JD01341 PWB ASSY HDF For DZ-BD7HA #155 DP00822 FLASH UNIT #157 HP02191 BARRIER,LENS...

  • Page 134

    MC10626 RUBBER #HG7 MC01693 SHEET #HG8 MC10628 RUBBER #HG9 MC10629 RUBBER #MAN JP58432 PWB ASSY MAN-BD7HA For DZ-BD7HA #MAN JP58762 PWB ASSY MAN-BD70A For DZ-BD70A HL11436 REMOTE HAND SET EV11004 CORD, ACINLET TS19401 AC ADAPTOR (DZ-ACS3) EV11011 CORD, DC EW12525...

  • Page 135

    I3600 CK56122R IC TK70550S I3701 CK37212R IC TK11125CSCL I4000 CK27062R IC TC7SZ32FU I4201 CK58951R IC HAAM-327B For DZ-BD7HA I4501 CK56591R IC TC7SB66FU I4502 CK49831R IC NJM13404R-TE1 I4503 CK49841R IC NJM3414AV-TE1 I4506 CK49211R IC M62343GP I4509 CK49821R IC NJM13403V-TE1 I4510 CK49831R...

  • Page 136

    P1401 EA04232R PLUG P2000 FU10501R CONTACT P2001 FU10501R CONTACT P2004 FU10501R CONTACT P2005 FU10501R CONTACT P2006 EA03622R PLUG P3502 EA13692R PLUG P4000 EA16192R PLUG P4001 EA15385R PLUG P4002 EA15381R PLUG P4003 EA15002R PLUG P4200 EA04235R PLUG For DZ-BD7HA PAGE 136...

  • Page 137

    CA13501R TRANSISTOR MCH3310-TL Q0502 CA14131R TRANSISTOR MCH3408 Q0503 CA13501R TRANSISTOR MCH3310-TL Q0504 CA14131R TRANSISTOR MCH3408 Q0505 CA13501R TRANSISTOR MCH3310-TL For DZ-BD7HA Q0506 CA14131R TRANSISTOR MCH3408 For DZ-BD7HA Q0507 CA13501R TRANSISTOR MCH3310-TL Q0508 CA13501R TRANSISTOR MCH3310-TL Q0509 CA14311R TRANSISTOR MCH3414 Q0510...

  • Page 138

    Q5201 CA12504R TRANSISTOR 2SC5383 Q5202 CA14091R TRANSISTOR 2SC5343E-CL Q5203 CA14091R TRANSISTOR 2SC5343E-CL Q5204 CA11373R TRANSISTOR 2SD2345JSL Q5205 CA12503R TRANSISTOR 2SC5383 Q5206 CA14421R TRANSISTOR RT1N241U Q5207 CA14421R TRANSISTOR RT1N241U Q5208 CA14091R TRANSISTOR 2SC5343E-CL Q5209 CA14091R TRANSISTOR 2SC5343E-CL Q5210 CA14091R TRANSISTOR 2SC5343E-CL Q5211 CA14091R TRANSISTOR 2SC5343E-CL...

  • Page 139

    TK No. 0706E DZ-BD7HA DZ-BD70A Copyright © Hitachi, Ltd. 2007. All rights reserved.

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