DCR-TR7000E, DCR-TR7100E, DCR-TRV110E, DCR-TRV210E, DCR-TRV310E - Sony Movie Service Manual (repair manual)

Model
DCR-TR7000E DCR-TR7100E DCR-TRV110E DCR-TRV210E DCR-TRV310E
Pages
44
Size
8.4 MB
Type
PDF
Document
Service Manual
Brand
Device
Movie / LEVEL 1
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Date

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DCR-TRV110E/TRV210E/TRV310E/
TR7000E/TR7100E
RMT-814
AEP Model
DCR-TRV110E/TRV210E/TRV310E/
TR7000E/TR7100E
UK Model
DCR-TRV110E/TRV210E/
TRV310E/TR7000E
East  European Model
North European Model
Russian Model
DCR-TRV110E
SERVICE MANUAL
DIGITAL VIDEO CAMERA RECORDER
MICROFILM
Photo: DCR-TRV310E
SPECIFICATIONS
Level 1
B800 MECHANISM
Video camera recorder
System
Video recording system
2 rotary heads
Helical scanning system
Audio recording system
Rotary heads, PCM system
Quantization: 12 bits (Fs 32 kHz,
stereo 1, stereo 2), 16 bits
(Fs 48 kHz, stereo)
Video signal
PAL color , CCIR standards
Recommended cassette
Hi8 video cassette
Recording/playback time (using
90 min. cassette)
1 hours
Fastforward/rewind time (using
90 min. cassette)
Approx. 8 min.
Image device
1/4 inch CCD (Charge Coupled
Device)
Approx. 800,000 pixels
(Effective: Approx. 400,000 pixels)
Lens
Combined power zoom lens
Filter diameter 37 mm (1 7/16 in.)
20
×
 (Optical), 80
×
 (Digital)
Viewfinder
Electronic viewfinder
DCR-TR7000E/TR7100E:
Color
DCR-TRV110E/TRV210E/
TRV310E:
Monochrome
Focal length
3.6 - 72 mm (5/32 - 2 7/8 in.)
When converted to a 35 mm still
camera
41 - 820 mm (1 5/8 - 32 3/8 in.)
Color temperature
Auto
Minimum illumination
3 lux (F 1.4)
0 lux (in the NightShot mode)*
* Objects unable to be seen due to
the dark can be shot with infrared
lighting.
Input and output connectors
S video output
4-pin mini DIN
Luminance signal: 1 Vp-p, 75 ohms,
unbalanced
Chrominance signal: 0.3 Vp-p
75 ohms, unbalanced
Video output
Phono jack, 1 Vp-p, 75 ohms,
unbalanced
Audio output
Phono jacks (2: stereo L and R)
327 mV, (at output impedance
47 kilohms) impedance less than
2.2 kilohms
RFU DC OUT
Special minijack, DC 5V
DV output
4-pin connector
Headphone jack
Stereo minijack (ø 3.5 mm)
LANC control jack
Stereo mini-minijack (ø 2.5 mm)
MIC jack
Minijack, 0.388 mV low impedance
with 2.5 to 3.0 V DC, output
impedance 6.8 kilohms (ø 3.5 mm)
Stereo type
LCD screen
Picture
DCR-TRV110E:
2.5 inches measured diagonally
50.3 
×
 37.4 mm (2 
×
 1 1/2 in.)
DCR-TRV210E:
3 inches measured diagonally
59.5 
×
 43.2 mm (2 3/8 
×
 1 3/4 in.)
DCR-TRV310E:
3.5 inches measured diagonally
72.4 
×
 50.4 mm (2 7/8 
×
 2 in.)
Total dot number
DCR-TRV110E:
84,620 (383 
×
 220)
DCR-TRV210E:
89,622 (383 
×
 234)
DCR-TRV310E:
105,380 (479 
×
 220)
General
Power requirements
7.2 V (battery pack)
8.4 V (AC power adaptor)
Average power consumption
(when using the battery pack)
DCR-TRV110E:
During camera recording using LCD
3.6 W
Viewfinder: 3.2 W
DCR-TRV210E:
During camera recording using LCD
3.9 W
Viewfinder
DCR-TRV310E:
During camera recording using LCD
4.2 W
Viewfinder
3.2 W
DCR-TR7000E/TR7100E:
During camera recording
3.2 W
Operating temperature
–0 °C to 40 °C (32 °F to 104 °F)
Storage temperature
–20 °C to +60 °C (–4 °F to +140 °F)
Dimensions (Approx.)
DCR-TRV110E:
101 
×
 107 
×
 217 mm
(4 
×
 4 1/4 
×
 8 5/8 in.) (w/h/d)
DCR-TRV210E/TRV310E:
108 
×
 107 
×
 217 mm
(4 3/8 
×
 4 1/4 
×
 8 5/8 in.) (w/h/d)
DCR-TR7000E/TR7100E:
101 
×
 106 
×
 195 mm
(4 
×
 4 1/4 
×
 7 3/4 in.) (w/h/d)
— Continued on next page —
Ver 1.0  1999. 2
— 2 —
1.
Check the area of your repair for unsoldered or poorly-soldered
connections.  Check the entire board surface for solder splashes
and bridges.
2.
Check the interboard wiring to ensure that no wires are
"pinched" or contact high-wattage resistors.
3.
Look for unauthorized replacement parts, particularly
transistors, that were installed during a previous repair.  Point
them out to the customer and recommend their replacement.
4.
Look for parts which, through functioning, show obvious signs
of deterioration.  Point them out to the customer and
recommend their replacement.
5.
Check the B+ voltage to see it is at the values specified.
6.
Flexible Circuit Board Repairing
• Keep the temperature of the soldering iron around 270˚C
during repairing.
• Do not touch the soldering iron on the same conductor of the
circuit board (within 3 times).
• Be careful not to apply force on the conductor when soldering
or unsoldering.
SAFETY CHECK-OUT
After correcting the original service problem, perform the following
safety checks before releasing the set to the customer.
SAFETY-RELATED COMPONENT WARNING!!
COMPONENTS IDENTIFIED BY MARK 
!
 OR DOTTED LINE WITH
MARK 
!
 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
PUBLISHED BY SONY.
• Difference table of fanction
Model
Viewfinder
LCD (Size)
DCR-TRV110E
B/W EVF
2.5
DCR-TRV210E
B/W EVF
3
DCR-TRV310E
B/W EVF
3.5
DCR-TRV7000E
Color EVF
DCR-TRV7100E
Color EVF
Mass (approx.)
DCR-TRV110E:
890 g (1 lb 15 oz)
DCR-TRV210E:
930 g (2 lb)
TRV310E:
960 g (2 lb 1 oz)
DCR-TR7000E/TR7100E:
790 g (1 lb 11 oz)
excluding the battery pack, lithium
battery, cassette and shoulder strap
DCR-TRV110E:
1 kg (2 lb 3 oz)
DCR-TRV210E/TRV310E:
1.1 kg (2 lb 6 oz)
DCR-TR7000E:
930 g (2 lb)
including the battery pack
NP-F330, lithium battery CR2025,
90 min. cassette and shoulder strap
DCR-TR7100E:
950 g (2 lb 1 oz)
including the battery pack
NP-F550, lithium battery CR2025,
90 min. cassette and shoulder strap
Supplied accessories
See page 8 .
AC power adaptor
Power requirements
100 - 240 V AC, 50/60 Hz
Power consumption
23 W
Output voltage
DC OUT: 8.4 V, 1.5 A in operating
mode
Operating temperature
0 °C to 40 °C (32 °F to 104 °F)
Storage temperature
–20 °C to +60 °C (–4 °F to +140 °F)
Dimensions (approx.)
125 
×
 39 
×
 62 mm
(5 
×
 1 9/16 
×
 2 1/2 in.) (w/h/d)
excluding projecting parts
Mass (approx.)
280 g (9.8 oz)
excluding power cord
Cord length (approx.)
AC power cord: 2 m (6.6 feet)
Connecting cord: 1.6 m (5.2 feet)
Design and specifications are
subject to change without notice.
— 3 —
SERVICE NOTE
1.
POWER SUPPLY DURING REPAIRS ····························· 4
2.
TO TAKE OUT A CASSETTE WHEN NOT EJECT
(FORCE EJECT) ································································ 4
SELF-DIAGNOSIS FUNCTION
1.
Self-diagnosis Function ······················································ 5
2.
Self-diagnosis Display ························································ 5
3.
Service Mode Display ························································ 5
3-1.
Display Method ·································································· 5
3-2.
Switching of Backup No. ··················································· 5
3-3.
End of Display ···································································· 5
4.
Self-diagnosis Code Table ·················································· 6
1.
MAIN PARTS
1.
ORNAMENTAL PARTS ···················································· 8
2.
DISASSEMBLY ································································· 9
2-1.
LCD UNIT, PD-105 BOARD (TRV110E) ······················· 10
2-2.
LCD UNIT, PD-106 BOARD (TRV210E/TRV310E) ····· 11
2-3.
FRONT PANEL ASSEMBLY,
CABINET (R) ASSEMBLY ············································· 12
2-4.
MA-354, 355, 357 BOARDS ··········································· 12
2-5.
CF-65 BOARD, COLOR EVF BLOCK ASSEMBLY,
CABINET (R) ASSEMBLY (TR7000E/TR7100E) ········· 13
2-6.
CF-62 BOARD, B/W EVF BLOCK ASSEMBLY, ·········· 13
CABINET (R) ASSEMBLY (TRV110E) ························· 13
2-7.
CF-63 BOARD, B/W EVF BLOCK ASSEMBLY,
CABINET (R) ASSEMBLY (TRV210E/TRV310E) ········ 14
2-8.
LENS BLOCK, BATTERY PANEL (P) ASSEMBLY ····· 14
2-9.
VF-126 BOARD (TR7000E/TR7100E) ··························· 15
2-10. VF-129 BOARD, CRT ASSEMBLY
(TRV110E/TRV210E/TRV310E) ····································· 16
2-11. MECHANISM DECK, VC-213, DD-117,
PJ-95, 96, 98, SE-86, 87, 89 BOARDS ···························· 17
2-12. CABINET (L) ASSEMBLY ············································· 18
2.
GENERAL
Checking supplied accessories ··················································· 19
Quick Start Guide ······································································· 19
Getting Started ············································································ 19
Using this manual ··································································· 19
Step 1 Preparing the power supply ········································ 20
Installing the battery pack ··················································· 20
Charging the battery pack ··················································· 20
Connecting to the mains ····················································· 21
Step 2 Inserting a cassette ····················································· 22
Recording – Basics ····································································· 22
Recording a picture ································································· 22
Shooting backlit subjects (BACK LIGHT) ························· 24
Shooting in the dark (NightShot) ········································ 24
Checking the recording
– END SEARCH/EDITSEARCH/Rec Review ······················ 24
Playback – Basics ······································································· 25
Playing back a tape ································································· 25
Viewing the recording on TV ················································· 26
Advanced Recording Operations ················································ 27
Photo recording ······································································· 27
Using the wide mode ······························································ 28
Using the fader function ························································· 28
Using special effects – Picture effect ······································ 29
Using special effects – Digital effect ······································ 29
Using the PROGRAM AE function ········································ 30
Adjusting the exposure manually ··········································· 31
Focusing manually ·································································· 31
Inserting a scene ····································································· 32
Advanced Playback Operations ·················································· 32
Playing back a tape with picture effects ································· 32
Playing back a tape with digital effects ·································· 32
Quickly locating a scene using the zero set
memory function ····································································· 33
Searching a recording by date ················································· 33
Searching for a photo – Photo search/Photo scan ··················· 34
Editing on Other Equipment ······················································· 34
Dubbing a tape ········································································ 34
Customizing Your Camcorder ···················································· 35
Changing the MENU settings ················································· 35
Resetting the date and time ····················································· 36
Additional Information ······························································· 37
Digital8 
 system, recording and playback ··························· 37
Changing the lithium battery in your camcorder ···················· 37
Troubleshooting ······································································ 38
Self-diagnosis display ····························································· 39
Warning indicators and messages ··········································· 39
Using your camcorder abroad ················································· 39
Maintenance information and precautions ······························ 40
Quick Reference ········································································· 41
Identifying the parts and controls ··········································· 41
Quick Function Guide ···························································· 43
TABLE OF CONTENTS
— 4 —
SERVICE NOTE
1.
POWER SUPPLY DURING REPAIRS
In this unit, about 10 seconds after power is supplied (8.4V) to the
battery terminal using the service power cord (J-6082-223-A), the
power is shut off so that the unit cannot operate.
This following two methods are available to prevent this. Take note
of which to use during repairs.
Method 1.
Connect the servicing remote commander RM-95 (J-6082-053-B)
to the LANC jack, and set the remote commander switch to the
“ADJ” side.
Method 2.
Press the battery switch of the battery terminal using adhesive tape,
etc.
Method 3.
Use the DC IN terminal. (Use the AC power adaptor.)
6
Pull the timing belt in the direction of 
arrow 
A
 with a pincette while pressing 
the cassette lid (take care not to damage) 
to adjust the bending of a tape.
7
Let go your hold the cassette 
lid and rise the cassette 
compartment to take out a cassette.
Pincette
Timing belt
Timing belt
Press the cassette lid to rise 
the cassette compartment
[DC power supply]
(+5V)
Adjust the bending of a tape
Disconnect CN901 
of VC-213 board.
Loading motor
DC IN terminal
Battery switch
Battery terminal 
Battery terminal 
Battery SIG terminal
2.
TO TAKE OUT A CASSETTE WHEN NOT EJECT (FORCE EJECT)
1 Refer to 2-1. to remove the front panel assembly.
2 Refer to 2-1. to remove the cabinet (R) assembly.
3 Refer to 2-1. to remove the battery panel assembly.
4 Refer to 2-1. to remove the cabinet (L) assembly.
5 Disconnect CN901 of VC-213 board.
6 Add +5V from the DC POWER SUPPLY and unload with a
pressing the cassette lid.
— 5 —
SELF-DIAGNOSIS FUNCTION
1.
Self-diagnosis Function
When problems occur while the unit is operating, the self-diagnosis
function starts working, and displays on the viewfinder or Display
window what to do. This function consists of two display; self-
diagnosis display and service mode display.
Details of the self-diagnosis functions are provided in the Instruction
manual.
Note: The “self-diagnosis display” data will be backed up by the coin-type lithium battery (CF-62/63/65 board BH001). When
this coin-type lithium battery is disconnected, the “self-diagnosis display” data will be lost by initialization.
2.
Self-diagnosis Display
When problems occur while the unit is operating, the counter of the
viewfinder or Display window shows a 4-digit display consisting
of an alphabet and numbers, which blinks at 3.2 Hz. This 5-character
display indicates the “repaired by:”, “block” in which the problem
occurred, and “detailed code” of the problem.
3.
Service Mode Display
The service mode display shows up to six self-diagnosis codes shown in the past.
3-1.
Display Method
While pressing the “STOP” key, set the switch from OFF to “VTR or PLAYER”, and continue pressing the “STOP” key for 5 seconds
continuously. The service mode will be displayed, and the counter will show the backup No. and the 5-character self-diagnosis codes.
3-2.
Switching of Backup No.
By rotating the control dial, past self-diagnosis codes will be shown in order. The backup No. in the [] indicates the order in which the
problem occurred. (If the number of problems which occurred is less than 6, only the number of problems which occurred will be shown.)
[1] : Occurred first time
[4] : Occurred fourth time
[2] : Occurred second time
[5] : Occurred fifth time
[3] : Occurred third time
[6] : Occurred the last time
3-3.
End of Display
Turning OFF the power supply will end the service mode display.
Order of previous errors
Backup No.
Self-diagnosis Codes
C : 3 1 : 1 1
[3]
Lights up
Viewfinder
[3] C : 3 1 : 1 1
3 C : 3 1 : 11
Display window
1 1
3 1
C : 3 1 : 11
C
Repaired by:
Refer to page 10 and 11.
Self-diagnosis Code Table.
Indicates the appropriate
step to be taken.
E.g.
31 ....Reload the tape.
32 ....Turn on power again.
Block
Detailed Code
Blinks at 3.2Hz
C : Corrected by customer
H : Corrected by dealer
E : Corrected by service
engineer
Viewfinder
Display window
C : 3 1 : 1 1
Display window
Control dial  
— 6 —
4.
Self-diagnosis Code Table
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
Block
Function
2
1
2
2
2
3
3
1
3
1
3
1
3
1
3
1
3
1
3
1
3
1
3
1
3
1
3
1
3
1
3
1
3
2
3
2
3
2
3
2
3
2
3
2
3
2
3
2
3
2
3
2
3
2
3
2
3
2
Detailed
Code
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
1
1
2
0
2
1
2
2
2
3
3
0
3
1
4
0
4
1
4
2
4
3
4
4
1
0
1
1
2
0
2
1
2
2
2
3
3
0
3
1
4
0
4
1
4
2
4
3
4
4
Symptom/State
Condensation.
Video head is dirty.
Non-standard battery is used.
LOAD direction. Loading does not
complete within specified time
UNLOAD direction. Loading does not
complete within specified time
T reel side tape slacking when unloading.
S reel side tape slacking when unloading.
T reel fault.
S reel fault.
FG fault when starting capstan.
FG fault during normal capstan operations.
FG fault when starting drum.
PG fault when starting drum.
FG fault during normal drum operations.
PG fault during normal drum operations.
Phase fault during normal drum operations.
LOAD direction loading motor time-
out.
UNLOAD direction loading motor
time-out.
T reel side tape slacking when
unloading.
S reel side tape slacking when
unloading.
T reel fault.
S reel fault.
FG fault when starting capstan.
FG fault during normal capstan
operations.
FG fault when starting drum.
PG fault when starting drum.
FG fault during normal drum
operations.
PG fault during normal drum
operations.
Phase fault during normal drum
operations.
Self-diagnosis Code
Repaired by:
Correction
Remove the cassette, and insert it again after one hour.
Clean with the optional cleaning cassette.
Use the InfoLITHIUM battery.
Load the tape again, and perform operations from the beginning.
Load the tape again, and perform operations from the beginning.
Load the tape again, and perform operations from the beginning.
Load the tape again, and perform operations from the beginning.
Load the tape again, and perform operations from the beginning.
Load the tape again, and perform operations from the beginning.
Load the tape again, and perform operations from the beginning.
Load the tape again, and perform operations from the beginning.
Load the tape again, and perform operations from the beginning.
Load the tape again, and perform operations from the beginning.
Load the tape again, and perform operations from the beginning.
Load the tape again, and perform operations from the beginning.
Load the tape again, and perform operations from the beginning.
Remove the battery or power cable, connect, and perform
operations from the beginning.
Remove the battery or power cable, connect, and perform
operations from the beginning.
Remove the battery or power cable, connect, and perform
operations from the beginning.
Remove the battery or power cable, connect, and perform
operations from the beginning.
Remove the battery or power cable, connect, and perform
operations from the beginning.
Remove the battery or power cable, connect, and perform
operations from the beginning.
Remove the battery or power cable, connect, and perform
operations from the beginning.
Remove the battery or power cable, connect, and perform
operations from the beginning.
Remove the battery or power cable, connect, and perform
operations from the beginning.
Remove the battery or power cable, connect, and perform
operations from the beginning.
Remove the battery or power cable, connect, and perform
operations from the beginning.
Remove the battery or power cable, connect, and perform
operations from the beginning.
Remove the battery or power cable, connect, and perform
operations from the beginning.
— 7 —
E
E
E
E
Block
Function
6
1
6
1
6
2
6
2
Detailed
Code
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
1
Symptom/State
Difficult to adjust focus
(Cannot initialize focus.)
Zoom operations fault
(Cannot initialize zoom lens.)
Handshake correction function does not
work well. (With pitch angular velocity
sensor output stopped.)
Handshake correction function does not
work well. (With yaw angular velocity
sensor output stopped.)
Self-diagnosis Code
Repaired by:
Correction
Inspect the lens block focus reset sensor (Pin 
!™ of CN551 of VC-
213 board) when focusing is performed when the control dial is
rotated in the focus manual mode and the focus motor drive circuit
(IC551 of VC-213 board) when the focusing is not performed.
Note:
Use the remote commander RM-95 only for the model without the
focus dial.
Inspect the lens block zoom reset sensor (Pin 
!¢ of CN551 of VC-
214 board) when zooming is performed when the zoom lens is
operated and the zoom motor drive circuit (IC551 of VC-213 board)
when zooming is not performed.
Inspect pitch angular velocity sensor (SE651 of SE-86/87/89
board) peripheral circuits.
Inspect yaw angular velocity sensor (SE652 of SE-86/87/89
board) peripheral circuits.
— 8 —
1. MAIN PARTS
Note:
• Follow the disassembly procedure in the numerical order given.
• Items marked “*” are not stocked since they are seldom required for routine service. Some delay should be anticipated when ordering these
items.
• The parts numbers of such as a cabinet are also appeared in this section.
Refer to the parts number mentioned below the name of parts to order.
1.
ORNAMENTAL PARTS
Checking supplied accessories.
Check that the following accessories are supplied with your camcorder.
Wireless Remote
Commander (1)
RMT-814
1-475-141-61
AC-L10A/L10B/L10C
AC power adaptor (1)
Mains lead
1-475-599-11
NP-F330
battery pack (1)
A-7094-141-A
R6 (size AA)
battery for
Remote Commander
(2) (not supplied)
A/V connecting
cable (1.5m) (1)
1-575-334-11
Shoulder strap (1)
3-987-015-01
21-pin adaptor
(1)
1-573-291-11
Lens cap (1)
X-3949-376-1
Label sheet for
cassette (1)
Stick this label
on the recorded
cassette.
Jack lid
3-987-656-01
CPC lid (BT)
3-975-752-01
Remote Commander 
(RMT-814)
1-475-141-61
Battery case lid
3-742-854-01
Grip belt
3-052-815-01
Jack cover
3-975-522-11
A/V connecting cable
1-575-334-11
Lens cap assembly
X-3949-376-1
CR2025 lithium
battery (1)
The lithium battery is
already installed
in your camcorder.
(not supplied)
• Abbreviation
EE : East European model
NE : North European model
RU : Russian model
   Other accessories
3-865-968-21
MANUAL, INSTRUCTION (SPANISH/PORTUGUESE)
(TR7000E (AEP)/TR7100E)
3-865-968-31
MANUAL, INSTRUCTION (GERMAN/ITALIAN)
(TR7000E (AEP)/TR7100E)
3-865-968-41
MANUAL, INSTRUCTION (FRENCH/DUTCH)
(TR7000E (AEP)/TR7100E)
3-865-970-21
MANUAL, INSTRUCTION (SPANISH/PORTUGUESE)
(TRV110E(AEP1))
3-865-970-31
MANUAL, INSTRUCTION (DUTCH/ITALIAN)
(TRV110E(AEP2))
3-865-970-41
MANUAL, INSTRUCTION (ENGLISH/DUTCH)
(TRV110E(AEP,UK))
3-865-970-51
MANUAL, INSTRUCTION (SWEDISH/POLISH)
(TRV110E(EE,NE,RU))
3-865-973-11
MANUAL, INSTRUCTION (ENGLISH)
(TRV210E(AEP,UK)/TRV310E(AEP,UK))
3-865-973-21
MANUAL, INSTRUCTION (SPANISH/PORTUGUESE)
(TRV210E(AEP)/TRV310E(AEP))
3-865-973-31
MANUAL, INSTRUCTION (DUTCH/ITALIAN)
(TRV210E(AEP)/TRV310E(AEP))
3-865-973-41
MANUAL, INSTRUCTION (FRENCH/DUTCH)
(TRV210E(AEP)/TRV310E(AEP))
1-690-827-11
CORD SET, POWER (TRV110E(AEP,EE,NE,RU)/
TRV210E(AEP)/TRV310E(AEP)/TR7000E(AEP)/TR7100E)
1-775-843-21
CORD, POWER (WITH FILTER) (TRV110E(UK)/
TRV210E(UK)/TRV310E(UK)/TR7000E(UK)
— 9 —
2.
DISASSEMBLY
The following flow chart shows the disassembly procedure.
2-5.  CF-65 BOARD, COLOR EVF BLOCK ASSEMBLY,
        CABINET (R) ASSEMBLY (TR7000E/TR7100E)
2-11.  MECHANISM DECK, VC-213, DD-117, 
          PJ-95, 96, 98, SE-86, 87, 89 BOARDS
DCR-TR
V110E/TR
V210E/TR
V310E/TR7000E/TR7100E
2-9.  VF-126 BOARD (TR7000E/TR7100E)
2-6.  CF-62 BOARD, B/W EVF BLOCK ASSEMBLY,
        CABINET (R) ASSEMBLY (TRV110E)
2-10.  VF-129 BOARD, CRT ASSEMBLY 
          (TRV110E/TRV210E/TRV310E)
2-7.  CF-63 BOARD, B/W EVF BLOCK ASSEMBLY,
        CABINET (R) ASSEMBLY (TRV210E/TRV310E)
2-8.  LENS BLOCK, BATTERY PANEL (P) ASSEMBLY
2-12.  CABINET (L) ASSEMBLY
2-1.  LCD UNIT, PD-105 BOARD (TRV110E)
2-3.  FRONT PANEL ASSEMBLY, 
        CABINET (R) ASSEMBLY
2-2.  LCD UNIT, PD-106 BOARD (TRV210E/TRV310E)
2-4.  MA-354, 355, 357
        BOARDS
— 10 —
2-1.
LCD UNIT, PD-105 BOARD (TRV110E)
NOTE: Follow the disassembly procedure in the numerical order given.
PD-105
2
 Open the LCD panel.
1
 Press the button.
3
 Rotate it by 90 
° 
     in the direction 
     of the arrow.
 Two tapping screws (B2 
×
 8)
6
 Two tapping screws (B2 
×
 5)
 Screw (M2 
×
 3)
7
 Claws
!•
 Claws
 Claws
@™
 Panel frame (93) assembly
 P cabinet (M)(952) assembly
@∞
 LCD UNIT
 Back light
     Cold cathode
     fluorescent tube
 PD-105 board
8
 P cabinet (C)(952) assembly
 Back light (10P)
     Cold cathode
     fluorescent tube
5
 Two screws (M2 
×
 4),
     lock ace, p2
3-968-729-01
X-3949-544-1
3-948-339-61
9
 Claws
(11P)
(6P)
(10P)
 DP-74 harness
1-959-310-11
3-713-786-21
X-3949-385-1
 FP-642 flexible board (6P)
1-668-963-21
4
 LCD window (952)
3-054-122-21
 Claws
 LCD holder (93)
     3-053-702-01
!™
 Indication (LCD)
     block assembly
 (26P)
!∞
 LCD UNIT (24P)
3-948-339-01
X-3949-416-1

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