- SECTION 1. SERVICING NOTE
- SECTION 2. GENERAL
- SECTIONS. DISASSEMBLY
- Front Panel Assembly
- SECTION 4. TEST MODE
- SECTION 5. ELECTRICAL BLOCK CHECKING
- SECTION 6. DIAGRAMS
- Circuit Boards Location
- IC Pin Function
- IC 801 System Control, Fluorescent Indicator Tube Drive (CXP82316 - 069Q)
- Printed Wiring Board - BD Section
- Schematic Diagram - BD Section
- Printed Wiring Board - Main Section
- Schematic Diagram - Main Section
- SECTION 7. EXPLODED VIEWS
- Front Panel Section
- Chassis Section
- CD Mechanism Section (CDM36 - 14)
- Base Unit Section (BU - 14)
- SECTION 8. ELECTRICAL PARTS LIST
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SECTION 4 TEST MODE
4-1. AF MODE
The following checks can be performed in the AF mode, which is set by connecting the TP2 (AFADJ) terminal on MAIN board to the Ground and turning on the power. â¢ FL tube check After all segments light up, when the Â· button is pressed, the following will be displayed. (Partial lighting 1)
Button TIME FADER REPEAT PLAY MODE EDIT/ AUTO SPACE TIME FADE P Button No. Displayed 00 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 25 Button ENTER CLEAR CHECK ) 0 PLAY Â· OPEN/ STOP p Button No. Displayed 32 33 34 35 36 All lit Partial lighting 1 Partial lighting 2
(Partial lighting 1) When the p button is pressed, the following will be displayed. (partial lighting 2) 2 6 12 16 18 8 14 20 (Partial lighting 2) 4 10
â¢ Remote commander check When the Â· button of the remote commander is pressed, the âÂ·â lights up. All go off when the other buttons are pressed. â¢ Audio check â¢ Initial setting of digital filter and release of mute. â¢ When the TP2 (AFADJ) terminal on MAIN board is set to HIGH (VDD), emphasis turns on. When set to LOW (Ground), it turns off.
When the OPEN/CLOSE Â§ button is pressed, all will light up again. â¢ Key check All buttons have corresponding button numbers. When a button is pressed, the counter will count up and display the buttonâs number. However, the counter will only count to â17â. It will not count for buttons already pressed once, but will display the buttonâs number.
Display of counting Display of button number