SPK-HC - Sony Movie Service Manual (repair manual)

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SPORTS PACK
SPK-HC
AEP Model
SERVICE MANUAL
Ver 1.0  2004. 1
SPECIFICATIONS
Material
Plastic (PC, ABS), glass
Waterproof
Waterproof gasket, buckles
Built-in microphone
Stereo
Dimension
Approx. 136 
×
 157 
×
 202 mm (w / h / d)
(5 
3
/
8
 
×
 6 
1
/
4
 
×
 8 inches)
Mass
Approx. 650 g (1 lb 7 oz) (only sports pack)
Supplied accessories
Shoulder strap (1)
Camera mounting shoe (A (1)/B (1))
Reflex prevention ring (Ø 25 mm (1)/Ø 30 mm (1))
Grease (1)
Spacer (1)
Anti-fogging lens solution (1)
Operating Instructions (1)
Design and specifications subject to change without notice.
— 2 —
TABLE OF CONTENTS
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
PUBLISHED BY SONY.
ATTENTION AU COMPOSANT AYANT RAPPORT
À LA SÉCURITÉ!
LES COMPOSANTS IDENTIFÉS PAR UNE MARQUE 
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 SUR LES
DIAGRAMMES SCHÉMATIQUES ET LA LISTE DES PIÈCES SONT
CRITIQUES POUR LA SÉCURITÉ DE FONCTIONNEMENT. NE
REMPLACER CES COMPOSANTS QUE PAR DES PIÈSES SONY
DONT LES NUMÉROS SONT DONNÉS DANS CE MANUEL OU
DANS LES SUPPÉMENTS PUBLIÉS PAR SONY.
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.
SPK-HC
1.
GENERAL
Precautions ··················································································· 3
Maintenance and Precautions ······················································· 3
Troubleshooting ············································································ 3
Preparing ······················································································ 3
Using the Sports Pack ··································································· 3
2.
REPAIR PARTS LIST
2.1
EXPLODED VIEWS ························································· 5
2-1-1. REAR CABINET SECTION ············································· 5
2-1-2. FRONT CABINET SECTION ··········································· 6
ACCESSORIES LIST ·································································· 7
— 3 —
SPK-HC
SECTION 1
GENERAL
Precautions
¥Do not subject the front glass to strong shock, as it may crack.
¥Avoid opening the sports pack in the sea or at the beach. Preparation such
as installing and changing a cassette tape and the ÒMemory StickÓ should
be done in a place with low humidity and no salty air.
¥Do not throw the sports pack into the water.
¥Avoid using the sports pack in places with storong waves.
¥Avoid using the sports pack under the following situations:
Рin a very hot or humid place.
Рin water hotter than 40 ûC (104 ûF).
Рat temperatures lower than 0 ûC.
In these situations moisture condensation or water leakage may occur and
damage the equipment.
¥Avoid installing the video camera recorder in a humid place. Installing in
a humid place will lead to condensation.
¥Use the sports pack for no longer than one hour at a time in temperatures
above 35 ûC (95 ûF).
¥Do not leave the sports pack under direct sunlight for a long period of
time. If you cannot avoid leaving the sports pack under direct sunlight, be
sure to cover the pack with a towel or other protection.
If sun oil is on the sports pack, be sure to wash it off thoroughly using
lukewarm water. If the sports pack is left with sun oil on its body, the
surface of the sports pack may become discolored or damaged. (such as
cracks on the surface)
Maintenance and Precautions
Water Leakage
If water happens to leak in, stop exposing the sports pack to water
immediately.
If the video camera recorder gets wet, take it to the nearest Sony service
facility immediately.
Repair costs must be borne by the customer.
Notes on the Waterproof Gasket
¥Check that there are no scratches or cracks on the waterproof gasket as
they may allow water to leak in. If there are scratches or cracks, replace
the damaged waterproof gasket with a new one.
Do not remove the waterproof gasket with a metal tool or a tool with a
sharp point. (See illustration A)
¥After checking that there are no cracks or dust on the waterproof gasket,
coat it slightly with the supplied grease using your finger. This will
prevent wearing.
While applying the grease, recheck for cracks or dust.
Never use cloth or paper for greasing as the fibers may cling.
Do not use any type of grease other than that supplied, as it may damage
the waterproof gasket.
¥Put the waterproof gasket in the grooves evenly, with the tapering side
up. Never twist it. (See illustration B)
¥The useful life of the waterproof gasket depends upon the maintenance
and the frequency of use, but we recommend changing it once a year. To
replace the waterproof gasket, please consult the nearest Sony dealer. Be
sure to check the water leakage after replacing the waterproof gasket.
Checking for the water leakage after replacing the
waterproof gasket
Check for the water leakage before installing the video camera recorder.
Close the sports pack without installing the video camera recorder, and
keep the sports pack submerged under water at a depth of about 15 cm (6
inches) for about 3 minutes and then check for water leakage.
After Recording
After recording in a location subject to sea breezes, wash the sports pack
with fresh water with the buckles fastened thoroughly, then wipe with a
soft dry cloth. It is recommended that you submerge the sports pack in
fresh water for about 30 minutes. If it is left with salt on it, metal portions
may be damaged or rust may form and cause water leakage.
¥If you get suntan lotion or other greasy substances on your sports pack,
wash it off with tepid water.
¥Clean the inside of the pack with a soft dry cloth. Do not wash the inside
of the pack.
¥Do not use any type of solvent such as alcohol, benzine or thinner for
cleaning, as this might damage the finish.
Anti-fogging lens solution
Coat the surface of the glass with the supplied anti-fogging lens solution.
This is effective in preventing from fogging.
How to use the anti-fogging lens solution
Apply 2 or 3 drops of the liquid to the front glass and the glass of the eye
cup and wipe evenly to spread the liquid out by using the swabs, a soft
cloth or tissue paper.
When storing the sports pack
¥Attach the spacer supplied with your sports pack to prevent wear of the
waterproof gasket. (See illustration C)
¥Close the pack without fastening the buckles to prevent wear of the
waterproof gasket.
¥Prevent dust from collecting on the waterproof gasket.
¥Avoid storing the sports pack in a cold, very hot or humid place, or
together with naphthalene or camphor, as these conditions might damage
the unit.
Troubleshooting
Symptom
The sound is not
recorded.
There are drop
of water inside
of the sports
pack.
The recording
and playing
back function
does not work.
Cause
The microphone plug is not
connected.
¥ The buckles are not
fastened.
¥ The waterproof gasket is
not set correctly .
¥ There are scratches or
cracks on the waterproof
gasket.
¥ The battery pack is run
out.
¥ The remote control plug is
not connected.
¥ The tape has run out.
¥ The ÒMemory StickÓ is
full.
¥ The safety tab on the
cassette and the ÒMemory
StickÓ is set to
unrecordable position.
Corrective Actions
Connect it to the MIC jack (PLUG
IN POWER) on the video camera
recorder.
¥ Fasten the buckles until they
click.
¥ Put the gasket in the groove
evenly.
¥ Replace the gasket with a new
one.
¥ Charge the battery pack fully.
¥ Connect it to
LANC jack on
the video camera recorder.
¥ Rewind the tape or use a new
one.
¥ Insert another ÒMemory StickÓ
or erase unneeded data from
the ÒMemory StickÓ.
¥ Slide the safety tab or install a
new cassette tape and a new
ÒMemory StickÓ.
5 Extend the viewfinder of your video camera recorder to its
fullest.
6 When shooting with the LCD screen, turn the LCD panel over
and move back to the video camera recorder with the LCD
screen facing out.
7 Set the functions, such as focusing and lightning, to AUTO.
G
Selecting the Camera Mounting Shoe
You have a choice of three types of camera mounting shoe.
mounting shoe
model
A
DCR-HC15/HC14
DCR-TRV33/TRV22/TRV19/TRV14/TRV12
B
DCR-HC40/HC30/HC20/HC18/HC16
H
Installing the Video Camera Recorder
Turn the POWER switch of the video camera recorder to ÒOFFÓ (CHG), and
leave the POWER switch of the sports pack ÒOFFÓ.
1 Attach the camera mounting shoe.
Use the metal parts of shoulder strap as shown in the illustration.
2 Release the buckles.
1
Slide the unlock button in the direction of the arrow, and release the buckles.
2
Open the rear body.
3 Coat the front glass with anti-fogging lens solution.
Apply 2 to 3 drops of the anti-fogging lens solution provided onto the inside
surface of the front glass of the sports pack.
4 Remove foreign materials.
Remove foreign materials such as dust, sand or hair from the waterproof gasket,
the groove and any surface it touches. Then, put the grease evenly on the water-
proof gasket.
If the body is closed with such materials present, these areas may be damaged and
water may leak in.
5 Connect the plugs to the each jacks of the video camera
recorder. (See illustration H-51)
Firmly insert the remote control plug into
LANC terminal and the microphone
plug into the MIC (PLUG IN POWER) terminal.
When the plugs are inserted in the direction of the diagram, pinch the cord holder
with your fingers and move the direction of the plugs in the direction of the arrow
as shown in the diagram. (See illustration H-52)
Note
Be sure that both plugs are connected firmly.
6 Installing the video camera recorder.
Align the camera mounting shoe with the guide on the front body.
Insert the video camera recorder by pushing the rear of the camera mounting shoe
until it clicks. Check the knob on each side of the camera mounting shoe to ensure
that it locked properly. Be careful not to pinch the cords then.
Be sure that the connected remote control plug or microphone plug does not touch
any parts inside the sports pack.
Be careful not to pinch the cords in the grip strap of the video camera recorder.
Note
Be sure to keep the video camera recorder horizontal when installing it.
Inserting the video camera recorder into the front body vertically may
damage the camera mounting shoe and the front body.
7 Close the rear body.
Then secure the rear body, and fasten the buckles until they click.
Notes
¥Be careful not to pinch the cords when closing the rear body.
¥When the video camera recorder is put into the sports pack, the center
of the lens may shift with respect to the front glass of the sports pack.
This will cause no problems when recording.
I
Preparing the Sports Pack
1 Adjust the grip strap.
Holding the sports pack so that the tips of your finger can easily touch the POWER
switch, START/STOP button and ZOOM button, pull the strap to adjust its length.
2 Attach the shoulder strap.
The SONY mark should be on the outside.
Using the Sports Pack
J
Recording
A picture is recorded on the tape.
1 Turn the POWER switch to “CAMERA”.
2 Press START/STOP button to start recording.
To stop filming
Press the START/STOP button.
If you press the START/STOP button once more, filming will start again.
To turn off the power
Stop recording before turning the POWER switch to ÒOFFÓ.
K
When Shooting with the LCD Screen
You can shoot with the reflection in the mirror.
1 Slide the mirror hood while holding the OPEN mark and open it.
2 Open the wings and insert the projections into each hole.
To close the mirror hood
Undo the projections on the both wings, and close the lower wing first.
Zooming
¥Keep the W side pressed for wide-angle.
¥Keep the T side pressed for telephoto.
Press it gently for a relatively slow zoom.
Notes on recording
¥The POWER switch of the sports pack has priority over the POWER
switch of the video camera recorder.
¥If the video camera is left in Standby mode for five minutes or more, it
switches off automatically. This is to preserve the battery and prevent tape
wear. To return to Standby mode, turn the POWER switch to ÒOFFÓ and
then back to ÒCAMERAÓ. (Except when using DCR-HC40/HC30/HC20/
HC18/HC16 models with the A.SHUT OFF function set to ÒOFFÓ. For
details, refer to the operating instructions of your video camera recorder.)
L
Recording a Still Picture
A. When in Memory mode
1 Turn the POWER switch to “MEMORY”.
2 Lightly press the PHOTO button.
The green mark stops flashing , then lights up. This makes it possible to record a
Still Picture.
No image is recorded yet.
3 Firmly press the PHOTO button.
The image when you pressed PHOTO button deeper will be recorded on the
ÒMemory StickÓ.
Note
If the video camera recorder is not compatible with the ÒMemory StickÓ, it
will be CAMERA mode.
B. When in Camera mode
1 Turn the POWER switch to “CAMERA”.
2 Lightly press the PHOTO button.
The word ÒCaptureÓ appears in the top right of the screen.
No image is recorded yet.
3 Firmly press the PHOTO button.
The image shown on the screen is recorded onto the ÒMemory StickÓ.
Notes
¥You cannot use the sports pack for taking night shots.
¥If your video camera recorder is not ÒMemory StickÓ compatible, images
are recorded on tape.
M
Recording moving pictures on the
“Memory Stick”
1 Turn the POWER switch to “MEMORY”.
2 Press START/STOP button.
Note
If the video camera recorder is not compatible with the ÒMemory StickÓ, it
will be CAMERA mode.
N
Playing Back with the Remote Commander
You can play back pictures on the LCD screen, using the Remote
Commander (supplied with your video camera recorder).
You cannot hear the sound.
Note
When ÒRemote CommanderÓ in the menu of your video camera recorder is
set to ÒOFFÓ, change it to ÒONÓ.
1 Turn the POWER switch to “VCR”.
2 Press 
N PLAY on the remote.
Use the remote commander for all other functions including STOP, REW and FF.
The remote sensor is located on the front center part of the sports pack.
Point the remote commander toward the remote sensor to control the video camera
recorder.
Note
The picture on the mirror looks turned sideways.
O
Removing the Video Camera Recorder
Before opening the sports pack, wipe moisture off the sports pack and
yourself. Do not allow water on the video camera recorder.
1 Turn the POWER switch to “OFF”.
2 Release the buckles, and open the rear body. (See illustration
H
-2)
Note
Carefully wipe any water off the sports pack and your body before
opening the sports pack so that no drops get onto the video camera
recorder.
3 Pull out the camera mounting shoe.
Holding the camera mounting shoe by the knobs on both sides of it, press the
knobs and extract the video camera recorder slowly.
4 Stop taking out the video camera recorder at the point where
the remote control plug and the microphone plug come out
from the sports pack.  Then, disconnect the plugs from the
video camera recorder.
Note
Be sure to disconnect the plugs by holding the plug part, not the cord
part before taking out the video camera recorder. Otherwise, the plugs
and the video camera recorder may be damaged.
5 Detach the camera mounting shoe.
Preparing
For details, please refer to the operating instructions supplied with your
video camera recorder.
F
Preparing the Video Camera Recorder
1 Remove filter, conversion lens, lens cap or the shoulder strap
from the video camera recorder.
When using DCR-HC40/HC30/HC20/HC18/HC16 models, open the lens shutter.
2 Install the battery pack.
3 Insert the cassette tape and the “Memory Stick”.
Unlock the safety tab on the ÒMemory StickÓ and the cassette tape, and make them
possible to record images.
Be sure that a tape and the ÒMemory StickÓ has enough space to record images.
4 Attach the reflex prevention ring.
The reflex prevention ring to a certain extent prevents reflection of the lens ring
section of your video camera recorder on the front glass.
— 4 —
SPK-HC
H
L
N
1
K
I
2
2
Telephoto
Télé
Wide-angle
Grand angle
Slide the mirror hood while holding the OPEN mark
and open it.
Tirez l’écran à miroir tout en tenant la marque OPEN
et ouvrez-le.
Zooming
Zoom
1
J
1
2
OPEN
M
2
A
H
1
4
6
1
2
Groove
Rainure
Tapering side up
Côté effilé vers le
haut
C
D
F
1
2
Use metal parts
of shoulder belt.
Utilisez les
éléments
métalliques
de la
bandoulière.
5
Waterproof gasket
Joint d’étanchéité
*Spacer
*Entretoise
Mirror hood
Ecran à miroir
Hook for shoulder strap
Crochet de bandoulière
Camera mounting shoe
Sabot de montage du
caméscope
Microphone plug
Fiche de microphone
Remote plug
Fiche de
télécommande
Buckle
Boucle
Rear body
Partie arrière
POWER switch, START/STOP button
Commutateur POWER, Touche
START/STOP
Grip strap
Sangle
Tripod mounting hole
Filetage de trépied
PHOTO button
Touche PHOTO
Front body
Partie avant
Zoom button
Touche de
zoom
Front glass
Vitre avant
Stereo microphone
Microphone stéréo
Hook for shoulder
strap
Crochet de
bandoulière
B
Groove
Rainure
Groove
Rainure
* Remove the spacer when the unit is
in use.
* Enlevez l entretoise lorsque vous utilisez le caisson.
When using DCR-HC15/HC14/TRV33/TRV22/TRV19/TRV14/TRV12
Lorsque DCR-HC15/HC14/TRV33/TRV22/TRV19/TRV14/TRV12 est utilisé
1
When using DCR-HC40/HC30/HC20/HC18/HC16
Lorsque DCR-HC40/HC30/HC20/HC18/HC16  est utilisé
1
2
DISPLAY
Affichage
MIC Jack (PLUG IN
POWER)
Prise MIC (PLUG
IN POWER)
 LANC Jack
Prise   LANC
MIC Jack (PLUG IN
POWER)
Prise MIC (PLUG
IN POWER)
 LANC Jack
Prise   LANC
2
5
6
Camera mounting shoe
Sabot de montage du caméscope
Guide
Guide
Body
Corps
2
DISPLAY
Affichage
DISPLAY
Affichage
 
Affichage
O
1
4
3
5
4
6
When using DCR-HC15/HC14/TRV33/TRV22/TRV19/TRV14/TRV12
Lorsque DCR-HC15/HC14/TRV33/TRV22/TRV19/TRV14/TRV12 est utilisé
When using DCR-HC40/HC30/HC20/HC18/HC16
Lorsque DCR-HC40/HC30/HC20/HC18/HC16  est utilisé
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