ICF-M60LRDS, ICF-M60SRDS - Sony Audio Service Manual (repair manual)

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ICF-M60LRDS ICF-M60SRDS
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SERVICE MANUAL
ICF-M60LRDS
FM/MW/LW 3 BAND RDS RADIO
ICF-M60SRDS
FM/SW/MW 3 BAND RDS RADIO
AEP Model
ICF-M60LRDS/M60SRDS
UK Model
ICF-M60LRDS
SPECIFICATIONS
ICF-M60LRDS/M60SRDS
Ver 1.0  2002.05
9-874-028-01
Sony Corporation
2002E0500-1
Personal Audio Company
C
 2002.05
Published by Sony Engineering Corporation
Photo: ICF-M60SRDS
Time display:
24-hour system
Frequency range:
Band
ICF-M60LRDS ICF-M60SRDS Channel
step
FM
87.5 –
87.5 –
0.05 MHz
108 MHz
108 MHz
SW
5 800 –
5 kHz
15 900 kHz
MW
531 –
531 –
9 kHz
1 602 kHz
1 602 kHz
LW
153 –
9 kHz
279 kHz
Speaker:
12 cm (4
3
4
 inches), 8 Ω
Power output:
400 mW (at 10% harmonic distortion)
Output:
v
 (earphone) jack (ø 3.5 mm minijack)
Power requirements:
220–230 V AC, 50Hz
6 V DC, four R14 (size C) batteries
Dimensions:
Approx. 271.9 × 160 × 71 mm
(w/h/d)
(Approx. 10
3
4
 × 6
3
8
 ×
 
2
7
8
 inches) incl.
projecting parts and controls
Mass:
Approx. 1 420 g (3lb 2
 
oz
 
) incl.
batteries
Supplied accessories:
AC power cord (1)
Design and specifications are subject
to change without notice.
2
ICF-M60LRDS/M60SRDS
TABLE  OF  CONTENTS
1.
SERVICING  NOTES
..............................................
2
2.
GENERAL
..................................................................
3
3.
DISASSEMBLY
3-1. Disassembly Flow ...........................................................
4
3-2. Cabinet (Front) Assy .......................................................
4
3-3. Chassis Block ..................................................................
5
3-4. MAIN Board ...................................................................
5
3-5. KEY Board ......................................................................
6
4.
ELECTRICAL  ADJUSTMENTS
........................
7
5.
DIAGRAMS
5-1. Block Diagram (M60LRDS) ......................................... 11
5-2. Block Diagram (M60SRDS) .......................................... 12
5-3. Note for Printed Wiring Board and
Schematic Diagrams ....................................................... 13
5-4. Printed Wiring Boards
– MAIN Section (M60LRDS) – .................................... 14
5-5. Schematic Diagram
– MAIN Section (M60LRDS) – .................................... 15
5-6. Printed Wiring Boards
– MAIN Section (M60SRDS) – .................................... 16
5-7. Schematic Diagram
– MAIN Section (M60SRDS) – .................................... 17
5-8. Printed Wiring Board  – KEY Section – ....................... 18
5-9. Schematic Diagram  – KEY Section  – ......................... 19
5-10. IC Pin Function Description .......................................... 20
6.
EXPLODED  VIEWS
6-1. Cabinet (Front) Section ................................................... 21
6-2. Cabinet (Rear) Section .................................................... 22
6-3. Chassis Section ............................................................... 23
7.
ELECTRICAL  PARTS  LIST
.............................. 24
SAFETY-RELATED  COMPONENT  WARNING!!
COMPONENTS  IDENTIFIED  BY  MARK  
0
  OR  DOTTED
LINE  WITH  MARK  
0
  ON  THE  SCHEMATIC  DIAGRAMS
AND  IN  THE  PARTS  LIST  ARE  CRITICAL  TO  SAFE
OPERATION.  REPLACE  THESE  COMPONENTS  WITH
SONY  PARTS  WHOSE  PART  NUMBERS  APPEAR  AS
SHOWN  IN  THIS  MANUAL  OR  IN  SUPPLEMENTS  PUB-
LISHED  BY  SONY.
Notes on chip component replacement
• Never reuse a disconnected chip component.
• Notice that the minus side of a tantalum capacitor may be dam-
aged by heat.
Mark
Center frequency
red
10.70 MHz
blue
10.67 MHz
orange
10.73 MHz
black
10.64 MHz
white
10.76 MHz
HOW  TO  CHANGED  THE  CERAMIC  FILTERS
This model is used two ceramic filters of CF2 and CF3.
You must used same type of color marked ceramic filters in order
to meet same specifications.
Therefore, the ceramic filter must changed two pieces together
since it’s supply two pieces in one package as a spare parts.
CF2
CF3
mark
SECTION  1
SERVICING  NOTES
3
ICF-M60LRDS/M60SRDS
SECTION  2
GENERAL
This section is extracted from
instruction manual.
TUNE/TIME SET
CLOCK for ICF-M60LRDS
TUNE/
TIME SET
VOL
TONE
LIGHT
mb/CLOCK
CLOCK AUTO ADJUST
TRAFFIC INFO
ALTERNATIVE SEARCH
SLEEP
MHz/kHz PRESET
SCAN/PTY SEARCH
OPERATION
HOLD
DISPLAY
PTY
TEXT
STANDBY
Features
What is RDS?
The Radio Data System, RDS is a
radio digital information system
developed by the European
Broadcasting Union, EBU and
introduced in 1987. Using the 57 kHz
sub-carrier of FM broadcasting, the
RDS enables you to receive a variety
of information such as station names
and traffic information.
However, the availability of the RDS
data varies according to areas.
Therefore, there may be cases where
you may not be able to receive some
of the following data.
RDS Features
SONY RDS
CLOCK
AUTO
ADJUSTMENT
STATION
NAME
DISPLAY
SONY
Features
• Automatic
time setting
• Summer/
Winter time
auto
adjustment
• Checks the
station name
you are
listening to.
• Detects the
station
without
knowing the
frequency.
Conventional RDS
Function
CT (Clock Time)
- Automatic
adjustment of
time
PS (Programme
Service)
- Display of the
station names in 8
characters
* This EON extends the functions of this unit
to be able to track other stations
transmitting the EON data while the unit is
tuned in to a network station.
Other Features
• Quartz-controlled PLL (Phase Locked
Loop) synthesizer system using a
microcomputer for easy pinpoint tuning.
• Shuttle dial with an analog touch for
station selection.
• A total of 28 stations can be preset, 14 FM
stations and 7 stations each for SW, MW
and LW.
• Easy to press 7 PRESET TUNING  buttons
on the top panel.
• A large 12 cm diameter built-in speaker for
obtaining high quality sounds.
• Radio standby timer that turns on the radio
and buzzer standby timer that sounds a
buzzer which can be used as an alarm at a
preset time.
• Sleep timer that turns off the radio
automatically (can be set to turn off after
15, 30, 45 or 60 minutes).
• Scan Tuning that automatically scans the
stations in the frequency range.
• Tone quality adjustment function.
• Backlight for viewing the display in the
dark.
• You can choose from two power sources:
batteries or house current.
SONY RDS
TRAFFIC
INFORMATION
ALTERNATIVE
SEARCH
PTY SEARCH
RADIO TEXT
SONY
Features
• Searches and
stands by for
traffic
information
• Automatically
switches from
the tuned in
station to
traffic
information
provided by
EON. When
the broadcast
is over, the
unit retunes to
the previously
tuned station.
• Automatically
searches for a
relatively
stronger signal
within the
same
broadcasting
network of
multiple
broadcasting
stations.
• Displays the
programme
type of the
received
station or the
programme
type list.
• Searches
automatically
among the
stations of the
same
programme
type.
•Displays and
scrolls the radio
text of
broadcast
information.
Conventional RDS
Function
TA (Traffic
Announcement)
with EON*
(Enhanced Other
Networks)
- Automatic
selection of traffic
information
AF (Alternative
Frequencies)
- Automatic
selection of a
relatively stronger
signal
PTY (Programme
Type)
- Automatic search
of stations from
each programme
type
RT (Radio Text)
- Display of radio
text data
Choosing Power
Sources
Installing the Batteries
(See Fig. 
A)
Press and hold both tabs of the battery
compartment lid at the rear of the unit,
and pull towards you to open the lid.
Install four R14 (size C) batteries (not
supplied) with correct polarity and
close the lid.
“0:00” flashes in the display when you
install batteries for the first time. To
stop the display from flashing, set the
clock. (See “Setting the Clock”)
Note
When operating the unit on batteries, remove
the AC power cord from the AC IN jack. The
unit cannot be operated on batteries when the
AC power cord is connected to the AC IN
jack.
Battery Life (Approx. hours)
(JEITA)*
* Measured by JEITA  (Japan Electronics and
Information Technology Industries
Association) standards. The actual battery
life may vary depending on the
circumstance of the unit.
When to replace the batteries
When the batteries become weak, the
sound may become weak or distorted,
and “ E ” will flash in the display.
After that, when the batteries are used
up, “ E ” will light and the power of
the unit will be turned off. If this
happens, replace the batteries with
new ones.
After the batteries are replaced, press
OPERATION to turn off the indication.
Notes on replacing the batteries
• Before replacing the batteries, make sure
that the radio is turned off.
• Replace the batteries within 60 seconds.
Otherwise, the settings for the clock,
standby timers and the channel step will be
initialized and “0:00” will flash in the
display. Should this happen, set the
functions again. The memory for the preset
stations will not be initialized.
Notes on the batteries
• Do not charge the dry batteries.
• Do not carry the dry batteries together with
coins or other metallic objects. It can
generate heat if the positive and negative
terminals of the batteries accidentally come
into contact with metallic objects.
Using on House Current
(See Fig. 
B)
Connect the AC power cord (supplied)
to the AC IN jack of the unit and plug
it in to a wall outlet.
Notes on the AC power cord
connection
• If the batteries are not installed and the AC
power cord is disconnected for more than
60 seconds, the settings for the clock,
standby timers and the channel step will be
initialized. Should this happen, set the
functions again. The memory for the preset
stations will not be initialized.
• Before connecting or disconnecting the AC
power cord from the wall outlet, be sure to
turn off the radio. Otherwise the radio will
turn off and “ E ” will appear even when
the batteries are not used up. To turn off
“ E ”, press OPERATION.
• When the AC power cord is not used, be
sure to turn off the radio, then unplug it
from the AC IN jack and the wall outlet. If
the AC power cord is connected to the AC
IN jack without being connected to a wall
outlet, “ E ” will appear even when the
batteries are not used up. To turn off “ E ”,
unplug the AC power cord from the AC IN
jack, then press OPERATION.
To prevent settings from
being accidentally erased
Whether you are operating the radio
on batteries or AC power source, or
even if you are not using the unit for a
long period, do not remove the
batteries from the unit. The batteries
are used to back up the computer
inside the unit. However, the batteries
will be discharged gradually.  Replace
the batteries once a year.
ICF-M60LRDS
ICF-M60SRDS
Sony
alkaline
LR14 (size
C)
battery
Sony R14
(size C)
battery
Sony
alkaline
LR14
(size C)
battery
Sony R14
(size C)
battery
FM
185
69
190
72
SW
221
83
MW
232
87
245
92
LW
245
92
Setting the Clock
“0:00” will flash in the display when
the batteries are installed or the AC
power cord is plugged in for the first
time.
The clock can be adjusted only when
the radio is turned off.
1
Press mb/CLOCK (CLOCK
for ICF-M60LRDS) for more
than 2 seconds.
The “hour” starts flashing.
2
Turn TUNE/TIME SET to set
the hour for the current time,
then press mb/CLOCK
(CLOCK for ICF-M60LRDS).
The “minute” starts flashing.
3
Turn TUNE/TIME SET to set
the minute for the current
time, then press mb/CLOCK
(CLOCK for ICF-M60LRDS).
The clock starts operating, and “:” starts
flashing.
To set the current time exactly to the
second, adjust the minute and then
press mb/CLOCK (CLOCK for ICF-
M60LRDS) to synchronize with a time
signal (such as the telephone time
signal).
To display the time while the radio is
on, press DISPLAY . (See “Changing
the Display Mode”)
How to Adjust the Time
Digits
When you turn TUNE/TIME SET to 
or 
, the time digits move forward or
backward by one step, and when you
turn it to 
 or 
, the time digits
move rapidly.
Notes
• If you do not operate mb/CLOCK (CLOCK
for ICF-M60LRDS) or TUNE/TIME SET
within 65 seconds, the clock setting mode
will be cancelled.
• 24-hour system : “0:00” = midnight,
“12:00” = noon
Using the Backlight
Function
Press LIGHT to turn on the backlight.
To turn off the backlight, press LIGHT
again.
When operating the unit on batteries
The backlight will turn off
automatically after 30 seconds to save
the batteries. However, if you operate
the radio while the backlight is lit, it
will stay on for another 30 seconds.
To turn off the backlight before the
time has elapsed, press LIGHT.
ICF-M60LRDS/M60SRDS
4
• This set can be disassembled in the order shown below.
3-1.
DISASSEMBLY  FLOW
SECTION  3
DISASSEMBLY
SET
3-2. CABINET (FRONT) ASSY
(page 4)
3-3. CHASSIS BLOCK
(page 5)
3-5. KEY BOARD
(page 6)
3-4. MAIN BOARD
(page 5)
Note:
 Follow the disassembly procedure in the numerical order given.
3-2.
CABINET (FRONT)  ASSY
1
six screws 
(BTP 3 
×
 14)
7
Remove two solders.
8
Remove a solder.
9
cabinet (front) assy
5
2
button (tune)
6
ring spring (jog)
3
button (vol)
4
button (tone)
ICF-M60LRDS/M60SRDS
5
3-4.
MAIN  BOARD
3-3.
CHASSIS  BLOCK
1
Remove two solders.
1
Remove four solders.
6
chassis block
4
claw
5
antenna contact plate
2
screw (BTP 3 
×
 14)
3
telescopic antenna (ANT1)
3
Remove 
eight solders.
9
main board
8
harness
5
Remove seven solders.
main board
7
Remove 
four solders.
1
four claws
2
4
flexible board
(8p)
6
flexible board
(7p)
ICF-M60LRDS/M60SRDS
6
3-5.
KEY  BOARD
3
claw
4
chassis block
5
key board
2
two screws 
(BTP 3 
×
 10)
1
arm (jog)
7
ICF-M60LRDS/M60SRDS
no mark: M60LRDS
(
): M60SRDS
MW VCO VOLTAGE ADJUSTMENT
Adjustment Part
Frequency Display
Reading on Digital Voltmeter
L5
531 kHz
2.55 
± 0.05 V (2.7 ± 0.05 V)
Confirmation
1602 kHz
8.7 
± 0.5 V (9.6 ± 0.5 V)
no mark: M60LRDS
(
): M60SRDS
MW TRACKING ADJUSTMENT
Adjust for a maximum reading on level meter
L6-1 (L4)
603 kHz
CT2
1404 kHz
LW VCO VOLTAGE ADJUSTMENT (M60LRDS)
Adjustment Part
Frequency Display
Reading on Digital Voltmeter
CT5
153 kHz
2.35 
± 0.05 V
Confirmation
279 kHz
9.6 
± 0.5 V
LW TRACKING ADJUSTMENT (M60LRDS)
Adjust for a maximum reading on level meter
L6-2
162 kHz
CT3
243 kHz
SW VCO VOLTAGE ADJUSTMENT (M60SRDS)
Adjustment Part
Frequency Display
Reading on Digital Voltmeter
L8
5800 kHz
2.6 
± 0.05 V
Confirmation
15900 kHz
9.6 
± 0.5 V
SW TRACKING ADJUSTMENT (M60SRDS)
Adjust for a maximum reading on level meter
L7
5800 kHz
CT6
15900 kHz
FM VCO VOLTAGE CONFIRMATION
Adjustment Part
Frequency Display
Reading on Digital Voltmeter
Confirmation
87.5 MHz
1.3 
± 0.3 V
Confirmation
108 MHz
8.5 
± 1.5 V
FM TRACKING ADJUSTMENT
Adjust for a maximum reading on level meter
L1, 2
87.5 MHz
CT1
108 MHz
Adjustment Location: MAIN board (See page 9)
0 dB=0.280 mV
[AM (MW/LW)]
Setting:
BAND button : MW or LW
[AM (SW)] (M60SRDS)
Setting:
BAND button: SW
[FM]
Setting:
BAND button: FM
• Repeat the procedures in each adjustment several times, and the
tracking adjustments should be finally done by the trimmer ca-
pacitors.
• Remove FM antenna in FM adjustment.
SECTION  4
ELECTRICAL  ADJUSTMENTS
AM IF ADJUSTMENT
Adjust for a maximum reading on level meter
T1
450 kHz
AM RF signal 
generator
30% amplitude
modulation by
400 Hz signal
Output level: 
as low as possible
Put the lead-wire
antenna close to 
the set.
+
level meter
set
8.0 
JACK board
TP (SP OUT –)
JACK board
TP (SP OUT +)
AM RF signal
generator
30% amplitude
modulation by
400 Hz signal
Output level: 
as low as possible
+
level meter
JACK board
TP (SP OUT –)
JACK board
TP (SP OUT +)
set
8.0 
11 pF
MAIN board
TP (GND)
MAIN board
TP (ANT IN)
FM RF signal
generator
22.5 kHz frequency
deviation by 400 Hz
signal
Output level: 
as low as possible
+
level meter
JACK board
TP (SP OUT –)
JACK board
TP (SP OUT +)
set
8.0 
0.01 
µ
F
MAIN board
TP (GND)
MAIN board
TP (ANT IN)
digital voltmeter
TP (VT)
TP (GND)
100 k
MAIN board
8
ICF-M60LRDS/M60SRDS
FM RF signal
generator
22.5 kHz frequency
deviation by 400 Hz
signal
Output level: 
54 dB 
µ
V
digital voltmeter
MAIN board
TP (GND)
MAIN board
TP (SCAN)
set
0.01 
µ
F
MAIN board
TP (GND)
MAIN board
TP (ANT IN)
COMPARATOR  VOLTAGE  ADJUSTMENT
Setting:
BAND button: FM
COMPARATOR VOLTAGE ADJUSTMENT
Adjustment Part
Frequency
Reading on
Display
Signal generator
Digital Voltmeter
RV1
98.00 MHz
98.027 MHz
High 
t Low
(3V 
t 0 V)
Adjustment Location: MAIN board (See page 9)
MAIN CLOCK FREQUENCY ADJUSTMENT
Setting:
BAND button: FM
MAIN CLOCK FREQUENCY ADJUSTMENT
Adjustment Part
Frequency Display
Frequency counter
CT101
87.5 MHz
4.2175 MHz 
± 100 Hz
Confirmation
108 MHz
4.1550 MHz 
± 5 kHz
Adjustment Location:
+
KEY board
TP (4.23 MHz)
TP (GND)
frequency counter
10 pF
CT101
Main Clock Frequency
Adjustment
TP
(4.23 MHz)
TP
(GND)
– KEY Board (Conductor Side) –
– KEY Board (Component Side) –
9
ICF-M60LRDS/M60SRDS
CT5 LW VCO Voltage Adjustment
(M60LRDS)
– MAIN Board (Component Side) –
– MAIN Board (Conductor Side) –
– JACK Board 
(Conductor Side) –
L5 MW VCO Voltage Adjustment
L8 SW VCO Voltage Adjustment (M60SRDS)
SW Tracking Adjustment (M60SRDS)
L7
CT6
LW Tracking Adjustment (M60LRDS)
CT3
L6-2
MW Tracking Adjustment (M60LRDS)
L6-1
CT2
MW Tracking Adjustment (M60SRDS)
L4
CT2
FM Tracking Adjustment
RV1
Comparator
Voltage
Adjustment
T1
AM IF
Adjustment
TP
(VT)
TP
(SCAN)
TP
(SPOUT +)
TP
(SPOUT –)
TP
(GND)
TP
(ANT IN)
CT1
L2
L1
Adjustment Location:
ICF-M60LRDS/M60SRDS
11
11
SECTION  5
DIAGRAMS
5-1.
BLOCK  DIAGRAM (M60LRDS)
13
10
15
18
11
6
8
FM
FRONT-END
FM
IF AMP
AM IF AMP,
AGC, DET
ANTI-ALIASING
FILTER
PLL 57kHz
RDS/ARI
COMPARATOR
BIPHASE
DECODER
PLL
1187.5Hz
DEFFERENTIAL
DECODER
OSC
CLOCK
AM
FRONT-END
17
20
FM RF
IN
IF
 OUT
CF3
CF4
CF1
FM
RF
FM
IF IN
3
FM
DISCRIMINATOR
TUNING METER
FM
DISCRI
SP1
(SPEAKER)
AF
IN
24
DET
OUT
AM
IF IN
METER
MUX
OSC
OUT
OSC
IN
NF
DATA/RDS
CLK/RDS
VOL
16
14 13
20
19
BAND
AM OSC
L5
AM OSC
L3
FM OSC
X1
75kHz
X103
4.332MHz
L6
MW/LW
FERRITE-ROD
ANTENNA
ANT1
FM
TELESCOPIC
ANTENNA
FM OSC
AM RF
IN
9
REG
VREF
L1, 2
FM RF
FM/AM FRONT-END,
FM/AM IF AMP, DET, AGC, AF POWER AMP
IC1
RDS DECODER
IC107
FM/AM PLL
IC2
SYSTEM CONTROLLER
IC101
CT3
CT2
L6-1
(MW)
L6-2
(LW)
CT5
D5
CT1
RV2
VOL
RV1
CF2
+
+
L5
MW
VCO
VOLTAGE
CT5
LW
VCO
VOLTAGE
CT3, L6-2
LW
TRACKING
CT2, L6-1
MW
TRACKING
CT1, L1, 2
FM TRACKING
T1
AM IF
B.P.F.
BPF1
FM/AM SELECT
SWITCH
IC3 (1/2)
MUTING
Q8
D3 (2/2)
D1
D2
4
CLK
DRY BATTERY
SIZE “C”
(IEC DESIGNATION R14)
4PCS. 6V
µ-COM B+
(IC101 B+)
µ-COM
B+
RDS B+
(IC107 B+)
TUNER B+
(IC1 B+)
VT
16
DATA
AM/FM
2
43
BUZZER
46
DATA/PLL
CT101
MAIN CLOCK
FREQUENCY
DI
47
2
CLK/PLL
CL
49
3
LAT/PLL
CE
48
1
MUTE
AC
35
SCAN
40
FM
36
POWER
37
HOLD
38
53
VDET1
42
44
SD
45
AM IN
11
FM IN
XOUT
XIN
58
59
X102
4.19MHz
X1
X2
55
56
X101
32.768kHz
XT1
XT2
60
SHIFT CLOCK
LCD0 – LCD31
12
AOUT
18
AIN
17
PD
16
9
J1
v
J301
AC IN
RIPPLE
FILTER
Q301
B+ SWITCH
Q105
AC DETECT
Q102
COM0 – COM3
LIGHT
D101, 102
(LCD BACK LIGHT)
S102 – 124
(KEY MATRIX)
69 – 80, 1 – 20
21 – 24
KS0 – KS3
29 – 32
KR0 – KR5
62 – 67
LIQUID CRYSTAL DISPLAY
LCD101
HOLD
S101
ON
OFF
4
5
AF
OUT
AF
POWER
AMP
28
AFC/
AGC(J)
24
DATA/
EEPROM 51
CLK/
EEPROM 50
25
• SIGNAL PATH
: FM
: AM
T301
POWER
TRANSFORMER
D302
D301
VCC B+
(IC2, 3 B+)
D303 – 305
D306
39
VOLTAGE
DETECT
IC103
EEPROM
IC106
VDET2
41
VOLTAGE
DETECT
IC104
RESET
68
RESET SIGNAL
GENERATOR
IC105
+3V REGULATOR
IC102
COMPARATOR
IC3 (2/2)
+3V
REGULATOR
IC4
B+ SWITCH
Q10
LED DRIVE
Q101
DC/DC
CONVERTER
Q106, 107, T101
DATA
5
CLK
6
SHIFT CLOCK
Q103, 104
COMPARATOR
VOLTAGE
D8
RV3
TONE
TONE
CONTROL
SWITCH
Q9
BUFFER
Q108
AF
AMP
Q11
LW
13
LW SWITCH
Q7
MW SWITCH
Q6
D3 (1/2)
VT

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