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ORDER NO. KM40012753C3

Telephone Equipment
KX-TC1035BXW
Cordless Phone White Version (for Asia, Middle Near East and Other areas)

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SPECIFICATIONS

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1. STANDARD BATTERY LIFE
If your Panasonic battery is fully charged;
While in use (TALK) While not in use (Stand-by) Up to about 6 hours Up to about 30 days

- Battery life may vary depending on usage conditions and ambient temperature. - Clean the handset and the base unit charge contacts with a soft, dry cloth.
Clean if the unit is subject to grease, dust or high humidity. Otherwise the battery may not charge propery.

- If the battery is fully charged, you do not have to place the handset on the base
unit until the RECHARGE indicator flashes. This will maximize the battery life.

- The battery cannot be overcharged.
2. LOCATION OF CONTROLS

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3. CONNECTION
1. Connect as shown.
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- USE ONLY WITH Panasonic ACADAPTOR PQLV1BXZ. - The AC adaptor must remain connected at all times. (It is normal for the adaptor to feel warm during use.) - When more than one unit is used, the units may interfere with each other. To prevent or reduce interference, please leave ample space between the base units.

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3.1. Adding Another Phone
This unit will not function during a power failue. To connect a standard telephone on the same line, use a T-adaptor.

4. DISASSEMBLY INSTRUCUTIONS

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Ref. No. Procedure Shown in Fig -. 1 2 3 4 5 6 1 1, 2 1, 2, 3 4 4, 5 4-6 1 2 3 4 5 6

To remove -. Lower Cabinet Main Printed Circuit Board Charge Terminal Rear Cabinet Main Printed Circuit Board

Remove -. Screws (3 14)....................... (A) 5 Screws (3 14)....................... (B) 1 Screws (3 10)....................... (C) 2 Remove the battery compartment cover Screws (2.6 14).....................(E) 2 Screws (2.6 14)......................(F) 1

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5. HOW TO REPLACE FLAT PACKAGE IC
5.1. Preparation

- SOLDER
Sparkle Solder 115A-1, 115B-1 or Almit Solder KR-19,KR-19RMA

- Soldering iron
Recommended power consumption will be between 30 W to 40 W. Temperature of Copper Rod 662 50F (350 10C) (An expert may handle between 60 W to 40 W iron, but beginner might damage foil by overheating.)

- Flux
HI115 Specific gravity 0.863 (Original flux will be replaced daily.)

5.2. Procedure
1. Temporary fix FLAT PACKAGE IC by soldering on two marked 2 pins.

*Most important matter is accurate setting of IC to the corresponding soldering foil. 2. Apply flux for all pins of FLAT PACKAGE IC.

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3. Solder employing specified solder to direction of arrow, as sliding the soldering iron.

5.3. Modification Procedure of Bridge
1. Re-solder slightly on bridged portion. 2. Remove remained solder along pins employing soldering iron as shown in

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below figure.

6. CPU DATA (BASE UNIT)
6.1. IC201

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7. CPUDATA (HANDSET)
7.1. IC901

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8. EXPLANATION OF IC TERMINALS
8.1. Base Unit: IC801

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8.2. HANDSET: IC101

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9. EXPLANATION OF CPU DATA COMMUNICATION
9.1. Outgoing Call Mode (STANDBY TALK):

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9.2. CH Change Mode:

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9.3. To Terminate Communication

9.4. Ringing

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After detecting the Ring signal from circuit, Base Unit sends a ring signal DATA (Ring) on the base's (a) TX frequency, then the Handset starts ringing. Note: (a) is channels 1-10 (old)...cthese channels are paired.

9.5. Ports for Transmitting and Receiving of Data
Handset: transmitting... 44 Pin receiving... 25 Pin Base Unit: transmitting... 10 Pin receiving... 7 Pin

9.6. Waveform of DATA Used for Cordless Transmission and Reception
The DATA which is transmitted from the Handset to the Base Unit is combination of DATA 0, DATA 1, DATA Delimit, Pre data and End data of P1. The DATA which is transmitted from the Base Unit to the Handset is combination of DATA 0, DATA 1, DATA Delimit, Pre data and End data of P2.

9.6.1. Handset

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9.6.2. Base Unit

9.7. When LINKing

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When LINKing from the Handset (when becoming STBY to TALK), DATA is transmitted in above format. The combined portion of DATA 0 and DATA 1 is transmitted in LINK requesting DATA (40 bit) format first.Then,when LINK OK(ACK-OK) DATA(46bit) is returned from the Base Unit, it is sent as LINK form DATA after changing the combination of DATA 0 and DATA 1. And the DATA Delimit is between each Frame as a stop.The contents of LINK requesting DATA and LINK form DATA are different depending on each operation.

9.8. Pulse Dial

When executing Pulse Dial, the Pulse Dial DATA is transmitted from the Handset to the Base Unit in above format.The combination of DATA 0 and DATA 1 are changed by each Dial No. And the DATA Delimit is between each Frame as a stop. The number of Frame is 2.

9.9. Tone Dial

When executing Tone Dial, Tone Dial DATA is transmitted from the Handset to the Base Unit in above format. The DATA is changed by Dial No. as same as Pulse Dial. When Tone Dialing, DATA (Continue DATA) that the key is pressed continuously is sent to the Base Unit during the key is pressed. When depressing the key, and the END data is sent finally. NOTE

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million kinds of the security code are available for the model KX-TC1035BXW. Each time the handset is on the cradle of the base unit (for charging), the CPU automatically change the security code.

10. TERMINAL GUIDE OF IC'S, TRANSISTORS AND DIODES
10.1. (BASE UNIT)

10.2. (HANDSET)

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11. CPU OPTION
11.1. Base Unit
FLASH TIME D906 D907 D908 700 msec. 100 msec. 600 msec. 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 250 msec. 300 msec. 400 msec. 0 1 1 1 0 0 1 0 1 110 msec. 1 1 0 90 msec. 1 1 1

D906--D908 are used for default setting. When you change the flash time, do the following procedure. In case the program should be set frequency, change the default at D906--D908, then set the program.

11.2. Flash Button

12. ADJUSTMENTS (BASE UNIT)
If your unit have below symptoms, adjust each item using remedy column from the table.

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Symptom The base unit dose not respond to a call from handset. The base unit dose not transmit or the transmit frequency is off. The transmit frequency is off. The transmit power output is low, and the operating distance between base unit and handset is less than normal. The reception sensitivity of base unit is low with noise. The transmit level is large or small. The reception level is large or small. The unit does not link.

Remedy Make adjustments in item (A) Make adjustments in item (B) Make confirmation in item (C) Make adjustments in item (D) Make adjustments in item (E) Make adjustments in item (F) Make adjustments in item (G) Make confirmation in item (H)

How to set the test mode. CH10 Test Mode

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The connection of adjustment equipments are as shown in Flow Solder Side View (Base Unit).

13. ADJUSTMENTS (HANDSET)
If your unit have below symptoms, adjust each item using remedy column from the table.
Symptom The movement of Battery Low Indicator is wrong. The base unit does not respond to a call from handset. The base unit does not transmit or the transmit frequency is off. The transmit frequency is off. The transmit power output is low, and the operating distance between base unit and handset is less than normal. The reception sensitivity of base unit is low with noise. Does not link between base unit and handset. The reception level is high or low. The transmit level is high or low. Remedy Make confirmation in item (A) Make adjustment in item (B) Make adjustment in item (C) Make confirmation in item (D) Make confirmation in item (E) Make adjustment in item (F) Make confirmation in item (G) Make adjustment in item (H) Make adjustment in item (I)

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Unit condition: 1. Remove the antenna lead wire from P.C Board of handset. 2. Power Supply: DC 3.9V 3. Volume: HIGH (When P.C. Board of handset is in test mode, volume condition is medium.Press "LOUD" key once.) 4. Speaker Load: 150
CH CH10 TX Frequency 49.970MHz RX Frequency 44.200MHz

How to set the test mode. CH10 Test Mode

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The connections of adjustment equipment are as shown in Flow Solder Side View (Handset).

14. FREQUENCY TABLE (MHz)

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15. RF SPECIFICATION
15.1. Base Unit

15.2. Handset

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16. HOW TO CHECK THE HANDSET SPEAKER
1. Prepare the digital voltmeter, and set the selector knob to ohm meter. 2. Put the probes at the speaker terminals as shown in Fig.7 3.

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17. BLOCK DIAGRAM (BASE UNIT)

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18. NEW CIRCUIT OPERATION (BASE UNIT)
18.1. Transmitter Circuit
The voice signal or the data signal sent to the handset is applied in the anode of the variable capacitor diode (VARICAP) D851. VR851 is used for changing the voice signal level, thus changing the modulation level.

18.2. Transmitter Output AMP Circuit
The signal which is oscillated at TXVCO is amplified by DUP802, whose gain is adjusted by moving VR852. The signal passes through the duplexer and it is radiated from the antenna.

19. NORMAL CIRCUIT OPERATION (BASE UNIT)
19.1. Telephone Line Interface
19.1.1. Circuit operation: 19.1.2. On Hook
Q102 is open; it is connected for cutting the DC loop current and to cut the voice

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signal. The unit is consequently in an ON-HOOK condition.

19.1.3. Specifications
In the ON-HOOK state (idle), the telephone line current flows as follows: T R101 C101 Q101 B Q101 E C102 R102 L102 PO1 L101 R. The 48V DC component is blocked by C101, C102, thereby providing an ONHOOK condition.

19.2. Telephone Mode Operation
19.2.1. When a ring signal enters from the Line
1. The ring detection circuit. (Transistor Q101) begins to operate, so Q101 is active mode, thus input a low level to the BELL pin 1 of the IC201 (CPU). 2. To show the arrival of the ring signal to the handset, Pin 12 of IC201 enters into the transmit mode thus becoming a High and the ring data, having the code set by Pin 10 of IC201 is sent to the handset as a modulated output signal. 3. Upon receiving the ring data, and the handset is switched from standby to the talk mode, the base unit receives a carrier modulated by the data indicating a switch from standby to talk.This data is then demodulated at the base unit and passes through a data signal amplifier of IC801. This signal is then input to Pin 7 of IC201, which causes Q102 and Q103 release the muting and enable the talk mode.

19.2.2. Circuit-making from the handset
1. When the operator of the handset presses the talk button, data is transmitted to the base unit. This data is then demodulated by the base unit and passed through data signal amplifier of IC801 and enters Pin 7of IC201(CPU). 2. When the codes coincide, Pin 3 of IC201 becomes a HIGH voltage level. At this time, the transmit condition is enabled and the transistor Q103 is turned on. 3. Pin 23 of IC201 becomes HIGH (HIGH level voltage) and the IN USE LED LED201 is on.

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19.3. Transmitter Signal Circuit
19.3.1. Circuit Operation:
1. The signal input from the TEL LINE goes through C301 R301 IC301(25) IC301(24) IC301(23) IC301(22) and it is input to the signal amplifier of IC801, pin 9. This amplifier is included in a limiter circuit.Signal goes through the compressor and SPLATTER FILTER, it is output in the pin 3 of IC801. Then it goes out to the modulation circuit.

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19.4. Receiver RF IF Circuit
19.4.1. Circuit Operation:
The signal of 49 MHz band (49.670~49.99MHz) which is input from ANT is filtered at DUP801, passes through the filter AMP of 49 MHz band input to Pin 41 of IC801.RX VCO which oscillates at L801 and Pins 44, 45 of IC801 is input to program control at inside of IC801, 1st local frequency is controlled to assigned channel by serial data which is output from Pins 8, 49 and 50 of IC201 (CPU), makes loop with Phase Detector Out and RX VCO, and locks 1st local frequency.The input signal, Pin 41 of IC801 and 1st local frequency output from RX VCO are mixed at inside of IC801, then it passes through CF801, and 1st IF frequency of 10.695 MHz is generated. Further, 10.240 MHz which is oscillated at X801 and Pins 52, 53 of IC801 are mixed at inside of IC801 and filtered at CF802, and 2nd IF 455 Hz is output.

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19.5. Receiver Signal Circuit
19.5.1. Circuit Operation:
1. The detected signal passes through R806 C815 R807 and it is input to the Pre Amplifier inside of IC801; it passes through the expander and goes out from pin 21 of IC801. 2. The signal passes through C822 Amplifier of IC801, on pin 17. R811 and it is input to the Receiver

3. The signal is output from the amplifier on pin 16 of IC801 and it goes through C426 and VR402, to the telephone line.

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19.6. Initialization Circuit
19.6.1. Function:
This circuit is used for initializing the CPU when the AC adaptor is connected.

19.6.2. Circuit Operation:
When the unit is switched ON, then the voltage is regulated to 5.5V in IC301 and power is supplied to the CPU.

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19.7. Charge Detect Circuit
19.7.1. Circuit Operation:

- Change Mode
When charging the handset on the base unit, CH. ID CODES are sent from the CONT terminal to the handset, and charging current is supplied to the handset from the battery charge contacts via R352, R354, R355 on base unit: When contact on base unit is input to Pin 48 of IC201 (CPU) through Q353. When the charge terminal on the handset is High level, Q502 on handset goes on and Pin
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24 of IC901 becomes Low, In this way the CPU on handset detects the fact that the battery is charged.

- Set up of the handset
When charging the handset on the base unit, the data signal is sent from CONT terminal to handset. The Q351 switching is affected by Pin 10 of IC201 on base unit, the sending data are CH data, ID code, tone or pulse mode data etc. The data signal is sent to Pin 23 of IC901 (CPU) via Q501 on handset.While charging these data continue to be sent to the CPU of handset.

When charging the handset on the base unit, the data signal is sent from CONT terminal to handset. The Q351 switching is affected by Pin 10 of IC201 on base unit, the sending data are CH data, ID code, tone or pulse mode data etc. The data signal is sent to Pin 23 of IC901 (CPU) via Q501 on handset.While charging these data continue to be sent to the CPU of handset.

19.8. Power Supply Circuit
19.8.1. Function:
Power from the AC adaptor passes through and is provided to a system voltage of 5.5 V.

19.8.2. Circuit Operation:

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Power from the AC adaptor is supplied directly to the charge circuit its voltage. Its voltage is regulated in IC801. The voltage at point B is regulated to 5.5 V. The 5.5 V voltage is dropped by D801 to 5.0 V.

19.9. CPU Operation

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Make/break ratio when dialing with the Handset: 40%: 60% High/low ratio upon ring signal: 50%: 50% Therefore, if the low/high ratio is greater than 45% at IC201- 1 (CPU), it is judged as a ring signal.

In area where the transmission power from the handset is extremely weak, noise is superimposed on the data and the chance of an error can become extremely

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great upon reception of the data. To help prevent this, the above circuit is used.

20. BLOCK DIAGRAM (HANDSET)

21. NEW CIRCUIT OPERATION (HANDSET)
21.1. Receiver RF IF Circuit
21.1.1. Circuit Operation:
The signal of 46 MHz band (43.72 MHz~44.20 MHz) which is input from ANT is filtered by DUP101, and is input to Pin 42 of IC101. The RX VCO which oscillates at T201 and IC101 is locked to 1st Local frequency by PLL inside IC101. (PLL is controlled by serial data output from Pin 28, 29 and 30 of IC901.)An input signal from Pin 42 of IC101 and 1st Local frequency output from RX VCO are mixed inside IC101, pass through CF1, and 1st IF frequency of 10.695 MHz is generated.Further, 10.695 MHz and 10.240 MHz that oscillated at X101, passes through MIXER inside IC101 and is filtered at CF2 and outputs 2nd IF 455 kHz.

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21.2. Receiver Signal Circuit
21.2.1. Circuit Operation:
After getting the 455kHz signal, it is input to Pin 33 of IC101 and passes through IF AMP and Detector Circuit, then are output to Pin 26. AF signal flows through R123, C124. Its level is controlled by the VOLUME CONTROL Amp of IC101.The signal is received at Pin 25 of IC101, then it passes through the following circuits: PREAMP, Expander and Amplifier: It goes out at Pin 16 and finally is sent to the SP.Inside IC101, RX-MUTE, MIC-MUTE and PLL circuits are controlled by the serial data that the CPU send from Pins 28, 29and 30.

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21.3. Transmitter Signal Circuit
21.3.1. Circuit Operation:
Input signal from MIC passes through the filters arranged by C202, VR201, R201 and C203, R203 and it is input to the Pin 9 of IC101. Inside it, the signal passes through the MIC AMP and Compressor circuits and SPLATTER FILTER is output to Pin 3. It flows through R204, C221, R221, then is input to modulator circuit.

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21.4. Receiver Data Circuit
21.4.1. Circuit Operation:
Only the data received are passed through the low pass filter formed by R216 and C129 to be input at pin 22 of IC101, where its wave form is adjusted. The

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resulting signal is output from Pin 13 and sent to CPU directly.

21.5. Battery Low Detector Circuit
21.5.1. Circuit Operation:
When the battery voltage goes down less than 3.45 V. this level is detected by the inside of IC101, so its output is sent to Pin 26 of IC901. The CPU detects this level by its Pin 26 and battery low indicator lights starts flashing. The IC101 check the level of the battery, if this level is less than 3.3 V, the output of Pin 11 of IC101, then CPU stops working to keep memory.

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22. NORMAL CIRCUIT OPERATION (HANDSET)
22.1. CPU Operation

22.2. Reset Circuit Power ON/OFF Circuit
22.2.1. Reset Circuit
When the handset is charged, the impulse is sent through C905, Q910 generates the reset signal and it is sent to Pin 20 of CPU.

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23. TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE

24. TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE (BASE UNIT)
Base Unit Condition: 1. Set the dialing mode selector to "Tone".
When checking the base unit only

Check the base unit as shown by following below flow chart.
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24.1. Troubleshooting Step 1:
The base unit does not flash In Use/Charge indicator.

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24.2. Troubleshooting Step 2:
The charge indicator does not light.

24.3. Troubleshooting Step 3:
1. The INUSE/CHARGE indicator does not flash.

2. The beep is not heard from the handset.

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25. TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE (HANDSET)
Use the right base unit for this troubleshooting.Charge the battery of the handset on the base unit. Base unit condition: 1. Connect the AC Adaptor (PQLV1BXZ) plug into DC IN jack and the another end into a power outlet (AC 220-240 V, 50/60Hz). 2. Connect the loop simulator (DC 48 V) to tel jack. Check the handset as shown by following below flow chart.

25.1. Troubleshooting Step 1:
The handset does not becomes the battery save mode.

25.2. Troubleshooting Step 2:
The Beep is not heard from the Handset.

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25.3. Troubleshooting Step 3:
The TALK indicator does not flash (Check the data reception). Check Point Check the signal of receiver data circuit on Receiver Data Circuit.

26. CABINET AND ELECTRICAL PARTS LOCATION (BASE UNIT)

27. CABINET AND ELECTRICAL PARTS LOCATION (HANDSET)

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28. ACCESSORIES AND PACKING MATERIALS

29. REPLACEMENT PARTS LIST
This replacement parts list is KX-TC1035BXW only. 1. RTL (Retention Time Limited) Note: The marking (RTL) indicates that the Retention Time is limited for this item. After the discontinuation of this assembly in production, the item will continue to be available for a specific period of time. The retention period of availability depends on the type of assembly and the laws governing parts and product retention. At the end of this period, the assembly will no longer be available. 2. Important safety notice Components identified by the mark indicates special characteristics important for safety. When replacing any of these components, only use specified manufacture's parts. 3. The S mark indicates service standard parts and may differ from production parts. 4. RESISTORS & CAPACITORS Unless otherwise specified; All resistors are in ohms ( ) k = 1000 All capacitors are in MICRO FARADS ( *Type & Wattage of Resistor

, M=1000k F)P= F

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29.1. Base Unit
29.1.1. CABINET AND ELECTRICAL PARTS
Ref. No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 Part No. PQAS57P03Z PQGT14573Z PQJT10151X PQKE10082Z2 PQKM10360V2 PQQT11773Z PQQT11822Z PQSA10092X PQSX10091W PQYF10141L2 PQHR10657Z Part Name & Description SPEAKER NAME PLATE CHARGE TERMINAL HANGER UPPER CABIENT CHARGE LABEL ADAPTOR LABEL ANTENNA 20KEY BUTTON, RUBBER LOWER CABINET RF HOLDER S S S Remarks

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29.1.2. MAIN P.C.BOARD PARTS
Ref. No. PCB1 IC201 IC301 IC351 IC601 Q101 Q102 Q103 Q104 Q105 Q351 Q352 Q353 Q601 Q602 Q603 Q606 D101 D102 D103 D108 D301 D352 D353 D354 D801 D802 LED201 LED202 L101 L102 L351 L353 L354 L355 L356 L804 VR401 VR402 SA101 SA102 Part No. PQWP135BHRF MN150832BC2 PQVIBA3720FP PQVIBA78M08F PQVISC77655V 2SD1819A 2SA1625 PQVT2N6517CA 2SC1740S 2SC2120 2SD1994A 2SD1991A 2SD1991A 2SD1819A 2SD1819A 2SD1819A 2SD1819A PQVDS1ZB60F1 MA4180 1SS119 MA153 PQVDRB751V4 MA4300 MA4300 MA4300 MA111 MA111 (ICS) IC IC IC IC (TRANSISTORS) TRANSISTOR(SI) TRANSISTOR(SI) TRANSISTOR(SI) TRANSISTOR(SI) TRANSISTOR(SI) TRANSISTOR(SI) TRANSISTOR(SI) TRANSISTOR(SI) TRANSISTOR(SI) TRANSISTOR(SI) TRANSISTOR(SI) TRANSISTOR(SI) (DIODES) DIODE(SI) DIODE(SI) DIODE(SI) DIODE(SI) DIODE(SI) DIODE(SI) DIODE(SI) DIODE(SI) DIODE(SI) DIODE(SI) (LEDS) PQVDSML310MT LED PQVDBR1111C PQLQXF3R3K PQLQXF3R3K PQLQXF100K ELEV330KA PQLQXF330K ELEV330KA PQLQXF330K PQLQZKR82M EVN5ESX50B24 EVN5ESX50B53 PQVDDSS301L PQVDDSS301L LED (COILS) COIL COIL COIL COIL COIL COIL COIL COIL (VARIABLE RESISTORS) VARIABLE RESISTOR VARIABLE RESISTOR (VARISTORS) VARISTOR VARISTOR (OTHERS) S S S S S S S Part Name & Description MAIN P.C.BOARD ASS'Y (RTL) Remarks

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Ref. No. E1 E2 CN101 CN352 X201 R101 R102 R103 R104 R105 R106 R108 R109 R110 R111 R115 R116 R117 R118 R119 R120 R129 R130 R131 R201 R202 R203 R204 R206 R207 R208 R209 R210 R211 R212 R213 R214 R215 R216 R217 R218 R219 R220 R223 R224 R225 R226 R228 R229 R231 R232 R301 R302

Part No. PQJM122Z PQMG10023Z PQJJ2H003Z PQJP03B70Z PQVCK3573N9Z ERDS2TJ155 ERDS2TJ155 PQ4R10XJ563 PQ4R10XJ473 ERDS2TJ104 ERDS2TJ472 PQ4R10XJ472 PQ4R10XJ473 PQ4R10XJ183 PQ4R10XJ682 PQ4R10XJ222 PQ4R10XJ393 ERDS1TJ330 PQ4R10XJ222 PQ4R10XJ332 PQ4R10XJ680 ERJ3GEYJ102 ERJ3GEYJ102 ERJ3GEYJ102 ERJ3GEYJ124 ERJ3GEYJ563 ERJ3GEYJ273 ERJ3GEYJ153 ERJ3GEYJ332 ERJ3GEYJ272 ERJ3GEYJ223 ERJ3GEYJ472 ERJ3GEYJ472 ERJ3GEYJ103 ERJ3GEYJ102 ERJ3GEYJ331 ERJ3GEYJ473 ERJ3GEYJ104 ERJ3GEYJ104 ERJ3GEYJ223 ERJ3GEYJ104 ERJ3GEYJ104 ERJ3GEYJ104 ERJ3GEYJ103 ERJ3GEYJ103 ERJ3GEYJ103 ERJ3GEYJ103 ERJ3GEYJ334 ERJ3GEY0R00 ERJ3GEY0R00 ERJ3GEY0R00 ERJ3GEY0R00 ERJ3GEYJ563

Part Name & Description MICROPHONE CUSHION RUBBER, MIC JACK CONNECTOR CRYSTAL OSCILLATOR (RESISTORS) 1.5M 1.5M 56k 47k 100k 4.7k 4.7k 47k 18k 6.8k 2.2k 39k 33 2.2k 3.3k 68 1k 1k 1k 120k 56k 27k 15k 3.3k 2.7k 22k 4.7k 4.7k 10k 1k 330 47k 100k 100k 22k 100k 100k 100k 10k 10k 10k 10k 330k 0 0 0 0 56k

Remarks

S

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Ref. No. R303 R304 R305 R306 R307 R308 R311 R312 R314 R315 R316 R317 R318 R351 R352 R354 R355 R357 R358 R359 R360 R363 R364 R403 R404 R405 R406 R410 R420 R421 R422 R426 R451 R455 R456 R601 R602 R603 R604 R605 R606 R607 R608 R609 R610 R611 R612 R613 R614 R615 R616 R617 R618 R619

Part No. ERJ3GEYJ823 ERJ3GEYJ682 ERJ3GEYJ103 ERJ3GEYJ103 ERJ3GEY0R00 ERJ3GEYJ472 ERJ3GEY0R00 ERJ3GEYJ103 ERJ3GEYJ104 ERJ3GEYJ103 ERJ3GEYJ823 ERJ3GEYJ332 ERJ3GEYJ225 ERJ3GEYJ473 ERDS2TJ821 PQ4R10XJ560 PQ4R10XJ101 ERDS2TJ102 PQ4R10XJ221 ERJ3GEYJ103 ERJ3GEYJ103 ERJ3GEYJ472 PQ4R10XJ153 ERJ3GEY0R00 ERJ3GEY0R00 ERJ3GEY0R00 ERJ3GEY0R00 ERJ3GEYJ332 ERJ3GEYJ224 ERJ3GEYJ224 ERJ3GEYJ334 ERJ3GEY0R00 ERJ3GEYJ153 ERJ3GEY0R00 ERJ3GEYJ122 ERJ3GEYJ472 ERJ3GEYJ562 ERJ3GEYJ222 ERJ3GEYJ303 ERJ3GEYJ683 ERJ3GEYJ225 ERJ3GEYJ275 ERJ3GEYJ104 ERJ3GEYJ472 ERJ3GEYJ103 ERJ3GEYJ332 ERJ3GEYJ472 ERJ3GEYJ823 ERJ3GEYJ183 ERJ3GEYJ104 ERJ3GEYJ103 ERJ3GEYJ332 ERJ3GEYJ332 82k 6.8k 10k 10k 0 4.7k 0 10k 100k 10k 82k 3.3k 2.2M 47k 820 56 100 1k 220 10k 10k 4.7k 15k 0 0 0 0 3.3k 220k 220k 330k 0 15k 0 1.2k 4.7k 5.6k 2.2k 30k 68k 2.2M 2.7M 100k 4.7k 10k 3.3k 4.7k 82k 18k 100k 10k 3.3k 3.3k

Part Name & Description

Remarks

ECUV1C104KBV 0.1

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Ref. No. R620 R621 R622 R623 R624 R625 R626 R631 R632 R633 R634 R636 R637 R638 R639 C117 C222 C410 C451 C802 D356 J100 J200 L201 C101 C102 C103 C104 C105 C106 C107 C108 C109 C110 C112 C113 C114 C115 C116 C128 C201 C202 C203 C204 C206 C209 C224 C301 C302 C303 C304 C305 C306

Part No. ERJ3GEYJ471 ERJ3GEYJ104 ERJ3GEYJ104 ERJ3GEYJ103 ERJ3GEYJ103 ERJ3GEYJ563 ERJ3GEYJ184 ERJ3GEYJ273 ERJ3GEYJ223 ERJ3GEYJ104 ERJ3GEYJ474 ERJ3GEYJ392 ERJ3GEYJ474 ERJ3GEYJ472 ERJ3GEYJ104 PQ4R10XJ000 ERJ3GEYJ105 PQ4R10XJ000 PQ4R10XJ000 PQ4R10XJ000 PQ4R10XJ000 PQ4R10XJ000 PQ4R10XJ000 ERJ3GEY0R00 470 100k 100k 10k 10k 56k 180k 27k 22k 100k 470k 3.9k 470k 4.7k 100k 0 1M 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Part Name & Description

Remarks

(CAPACITORS) PQCUV1H183KB 0.018 PQCUV1H183KB 0.018 PQCUV1H102J ECKD2H681KB ECKD2H681KB PQCUV1H103ZF ECEA1CKA221 PQCUV1H103ZF PQCUV1C105ZF ECEA1HKS100 PQCUV1H101JC ECEA1EK470 ECUV2H681KB PQCUV1H220JC PQCUV1H220JC ECA0JM222 ECST0JY106 0.001 680P 680P 0.01 220 0.01 1 10 100P 47 680P S 22P 22P 0.0022 10 S S S S S S S S

PQCUV1E333MD 0.033

PQCUV1H103KB 0.01 PQCUV1H393KB 0.039 PQCUV1E104MD 0.1

PQCUV1E104MD 0.1 ECUV1H103KBV 0.01 PQCUV1C104KB 0.1 PQCUV1H101JC PQCUV1C105ZF ECEA1CKS100 100P 1 10 PQCUV1C104KB 0.1

S

PQCUV1C104KB 0.1

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Ref. No. C307 C308 C309 C310 C311 C312 C313 C314 C315 C316 C351 C352 C353 C354 C355 C356 C357 C360 C362 C364 C401 C421 C422 C423 C426 C601 C602 C603 C604 C605 C606 C607 C608 C609 C610 C611 C612 C613 C614 C615 C616 C617 C618 C619 C620 C621 C622 C623 C624 C625 C626 C627 C629 C631

Part No. PQCUV1H472KB 0.0047 PQCUV1H472KB 0.0047 PQCUV1E333MD 0.033 PQCUV1H103ZF ECEA1HU100 ECEA1HU100 ECEA1AU470 0.01 10 10 47

Part Name & Description

Remarks

S S S

PQCUV1C104KB 0.1 PQCUV1E104MD 0.1 ECUV1H103KBV 0.01 PQCUV1C105ZF PQCUV1C105ZF ECEA1EK470 PQCUV1H103ZF PQCUV1H103ZF PQCUV1H103ZF PQCUV1H102J ECEA1EKA100 1 1 47 0.01 0.01 0.01 0.001 10 S S S S S S

PQCUV1H103KB 0.01

ECUV1H103KBV 0.01 PQCUV1E104MD 0.1 PQCUV1H821JC PQCUV1H821JC PQCUV1C105ZF PQCUV1H103ZF 820P 820P 1 0.01 S S

PQCUV1H103KB 0.01

PQCUV1H393KB 0.039 PQCUV1C683KB 0.068 PQCUV1E473MD 0.047 PQCUV1C104KB 0.1 PQCUV1C104KB 0.1 PQCUV1C104KB 0.1 PQCUV1C105ZF PQCUV1C105ZF ECEA1EK470 ECEA1VKS4R7 ECEA1AKS330 PQCUV1C105ZF PQCUV1C105ZF ECEA1CKS100 ECEA1AU102 ECEA1VKS4R7 ECEA1EK470 ECEA1AU221 1 1 47 4.7 33 1 1 10 1000

S S S S

PQCUV1E473MD 0.047

S S S S S

PQCUV1H393KB 0.039 4.7 47 220

PQCUV1E473MD 0.047 PQCUV1E273KB 0.027 PQCUV1H272KB 0.0027 PQCUV1C104KB 0.1 PQCUV1C224KB 0.22 PQCUV1H153KB 0.015 PQCUV1C104KB 0.1 PQCUV1C104KB 0.1

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Ref. No. C632 C633 C634 C635 C636 C801

Part No. PQCUV1H103KB 0.01 PQCUV1H103KB 0.01 PQCUV1H222KB 0.0022 PQCUV1H562KB 0.0056 PQCUV1C104KB 0.1 ECKERS102MB 0.001

Part Name & Description

Remarks

29.1.3. RF P.C. BOARD PARTS
Ref. No. PCB2 IC801 IC802 Q854 D804 D851 D881 CF801 CF802 T801 T851 CN801 CN802 DUP801 DUP802 X801 R802 R803 R804 R805 R806 R807 R808 R809 R810 R811 R815 R817 R818 R819 R820 R821 R822 Part No. (ICS) AN6266FA PQVITK14620M UN5113 MA111 PQVDHVC375 MA111 IC IC (TRANSISTOR) TRANSISTOR(SI) (DIODES) DIODE(SI) DIODE(SI) DIODE(SI) (CERAMIC FILTERS) PQVFCFS107MT CERAMIC FILTER PQVFCFH455F1 PQL04B002 PQL04B001 PQJP02B80Z PQJP12B73Z ELB6A004 ELB6A003 CERAMIC FILTER (COILS) COIL COIL (CONNECTORS) CONNECTOR CONNECTOR (DUPLEXES) DUPLEX DUPLEX (OTHERS) PQVCK1024LC5 CRYSTAL OSCILLATOR (RESISTORS) ERJ3GEYJ331 ERJ3GEYJ223 ERJ3GEYJ394 ERJ3GEYJ392 ERJ3GEYJ103 ERJ3GEYJ103 ERJ3GEYJ333 ERJ3GEYJ153 ERJ3GEY0R00 ERJ3GEYJ223 ERJ3GEYJ473 ERJ3GEYJ123 ERJ3GEYJ154 ERJ3GEYJ103 ERJ3GEYJ682 ERJ3GEYJ103 ERJ3GEYJ222 330 22k 390k 3.9k 10k 10k 33k 15k 0 22k 47k 12k 150k 10k 6.8k 10k 2.2k S Part Name & Description Remarks

PQWP2C1035BH RF P.C.BOARD ASS'Y (RTL)

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Ref. No. R824 R825 R851 R853 R854 R856 R857 R858 R859 R860 R862 R864 R865 R881 J881 J882 J884 J886 L805 C804 C805 C806 C807 C808 C809 C810 C811 C812 C813 C814 C815 C816 C818 C819 C820 C821 C822 C824 C825 C826 C827 C828 C829 C830 C831 C832 C833 C834 C835 C836 C837 C838 C839

Part No. ERJ3GEYJ103 ERJ3GEY0R00 ERJ3GEYJ103 ERJ3GEYJ393 ERJ3GEYJ823 ERJ3GEYJ223 ERJ3GEYJ104 ERJ3GEYJ102 ERJ3GEYJ220 PQ4R10XJ4R7 ERJ3GEYJ391 ERJ3GEYJ221 ERJ3GEYJ151 ERJ3GEYJ220 PQ4R10XJ000 ERJ3GEY0R00 ERJ3GEY0R00 ERJ3GEY0R00 PQ4R18XJ000 10k 0 10k 39k 82k 22k 100k 1k 22 4.7 390 220 150 22 0 0 0 0 0

Part Name & Description

Remarks

S

(CAPACITORS) ECUV1C104KBV 0.1 ECUV1C104ZFV 0.1 ECUV1C104KBV 0.1 ECUV1C104KBV 0.1 ECEA1CKA100 10 ECUV1C104ZFV 0.1 ECUV1H680JCV 68P ECUV1C104KBV 0.1 ECUV1H121JCV 120P ECUV1H121JCV 120P ECUV1C104KBV 0.1 ECUV1C104KBV 0.1 ECUV1H472KBV 0.0047 ECUV1H152KBV 0.0015 ECUV1C104KBV 0.1 ECUV1C683KBV 0.068 ECUV1C473KBV 0.047 ECUV1C104KBV 0.1 ECUV1H391JCV 390P ECUV1H681JCV 680P ECUV1C104ZFV 0.1 ECEA1CKA470 47 ECUV1E333KBV 0.033 ECUV1C104ZFV 0.1 ECUV1H101JCV 100P ECUV1C104KBV 0.1 ECUV1H152KBV 0.0015 ECUV1H151JCV 150P ECUV1C104KBV 0.1 ECUV1H430GCV 43P ECUV1H270GCV 27P ECUV1H103KBV 0.01 ECEA1CKS100 ECST0JY475 10 4.7 S S

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Ref. No. C840 C841 C842 C843 C852 C854 C856 C857 C858 C859 C860 C861 C862 C863 C864 C865 C867 C882 C883 C891 C893

Part No. PQCUV1C224KB 0.22 ECUV1H180JCV 18P ECUV1H103KBV 0.01 ECUV1H103KBV 0.01 ECUV1C104ZFV 0.1 ECUV1C104KBV 0.1 ECUV1C104ZFV 0.1 ECUV1H150JCV 15P ECUV1H681JCV 680P ECUV1H330JCV 33P ECUV1H103KBV 0.01 ECUV1H103KBV 0.01 ECUV1H103KBV 0.01 ECUV1C104KBV 0.1 ECUV1C104KBV 0.1 ECUV1H103KBV 0.01 ECUV1H100DCV 10P ECUV1C104ZFV 0.1 ECUV1H103KBV 0.01 ECUV1H220JCV 22P ECST0JY475 4.7

Part Name & Description

Remarks

S S S

29.2. Handset
29.2.1. CABINET AND ELECTRICAL PARTS
Ref. No. 101 102 103 104 105 106 107 108 109 110 111 112 113 114 115 Part No. PQAX3P24Z PQFJ4Z PQGT14574Z PQHG10527Y PQHR10639Z PQHR10640Z PQJT10150Z PQKF10277S2 PQKK10089Z2 PQKM10366UA PQMH10372Z PQSA10091Y PQSX10092R PQXA36ASVC PQHS10400Z Part Name & Description SPEAKER ANTENNA TERMINAL NAME PLATE SHEET RUBBER SP HOLDER LED LENSE CHARGE TERMINAL REAR CABINET BATTERY COVER FRONT CABINET WEIGHT ANTENNA RUBBER SWITCH, 12KEY BATTERY MIC SPACER S S S Remarks

29.2.2. MAIN P.C. BOARD PARTS

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Ref. No. PCB100 IC101 IC301 IC901 Q501 Q502 Q910 Q911 Q912 Q913 Q914 D501 D901 D911 VD301 LED901 LED902 LED904 LED911 LED912 LED913 LED914 CF1 CF2 L301 L502 L503 L504 L901 T201 T301 X101 X102 X901 DUP101 DUP301 RA901 RA902 CN1 E101 E102 JTJT+ JTC

Part No. (ICS) AN6265FA PQVITK14620M PQVI9046G027 2SD601A 2SD601A PQVT143XK146 PQVTD123T146 PQVTD123T146 PQVTD123T146 PQVTDTC143E PQVDS5688G MA111 MA2SV01001KU IC IC IC

Part Name & Description

Remarks

PQWPC1035GFR MAIN P.C.BOARD ASS'Y (RTL)

S

(TRANSISTORS) TRANSISTOR(SI) TRANSISTOR(SI) TRANSISTOR(SI) TRANSISTOR(SI) TRANSISTOR(SI) TRANSISTOR(SI) TRANSISTOR(SI) (DIODES) DIODE(SI) DIODE(SI) DIODE(SI) (LEDS) PQVDSML310MT LED PQVDBR1111C LED PQVDSML310MT LED PQVDSML310MT LED PQVDSML310MT LED PQVDSML310MT LED PQVDSML310MT LED (CERAMIC FILTERS) PQVFCFS107MT CERAMIC FILTER PQVFCFH455F1 PQLQZK1R8K PQLQZM220K PQLQR3ER10K PQLQZM1R0K PQLQZMR68M PQL04B003 PQL04B004 PQVCK1024LC5 PQVCJ3991N9Z PQVCL3276N9Z ELB6A002 ELB6A001 EXRV8V331JV EXRV8V222JV PQJP2D13Z PQJM122Z PQJT10152Z PQJT10152Z PQJT10152Z CERAMIC FILTER (COILS) COIL COIL COIL COIL COIL COIL COIL (CRYSTRAL OSCILLATORS) CRYSTAL OSCILLATOR CRYSTAL OSCILLATOR CRYSTAL OSCILLATOR (DUPLEXES) DUPLEX DUPLEX (RESISTOR ARRAYS) RESISTOR ARRAY RESISTOR ARRAY (OTHERS) CONNECTOR MICROPHONE CHARGE TERMINAL CHARGE TERMINAL CHARGE TERMINAL S S PQVDHRU0203A DIODE(SI) S S S S

PQEFBDB111GF RINGER

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Ref. No. VR201 R101 R102 R104 R106 R120 R121 R122 R123 R124 R125 R126 R127 R129 R130 R140 R151 R152 R153 R201 R202 R203 R204 R205 R221 R222 R301 R302 R307 R321 R322 R323 R324 R351 R352 R353 R501 R502 R503 R505 R506 R905 R906 R907 R910 R911 R913 R914 R915 R921 R922 R924 R925

Part No. EVN5ESX50B33 ERJ3GEYJ220 ERJ3GEY0R00 ERJ3GEYJ331 ERJ3GEY0R00 ERJ3GEYJ223 ERJ3GEYJ394 ERJ3GEYJ392 ERJ3GEYJ562 ERJ3GEYJ393 ERJ3GEYJ823 ERJ3GEYJ103 ERJ3GEY0R00 ERJ3GEYJ683 ERJ3GEYJ683 ERJ3GEYJ223 ERJ3GEYJ102 ERJ3GEYJ822 ERJ3GEYJ103 ERJ3GEYJ103 ERJ3GEYJ222 ERJ3GEYJ224 ERJ3GEYJ223 ERJ3GEYJ222 ERJ3GEYJ333 ERJ3GEYJ564 ERJ3GEYJ2R2 ERJ3GEYJ220 ERJ3GEYJ220 ERJ3GEYJ102 ERJ3GEYJ473 ERJ3GEYJ393 ERJ3GEYJ684 ERJ3GEYJ472 ERJ3GEYJ333 ERJ3GEYJ473 ERJ3GEYJ562 ERJ3GEYJ104 ERJ3GEYJ562 ERJ3GEYJ472 ERJ3GEYJ103 ERJ3GEYJ224 ERJ3GEYJ104 ERJ3GEYJ104 ERJ3GEYJ473 ERJ3GEY0R00 ERJ3GEYJ221 PQ4R10XJ120 PQ4R10XJ4R7 ERJ3GEYJ331 ERJ3GEYJ681 ERJ3GEYJ331 ERJ3GEYJ222

Part Name & Description VARIABLE RESISTOR (RESISTORS) 22 0 330 0 22k 390k 3.9k 5.6k 39k 82k 10k 0 68k 68k 22k 1k 8.2k 10k 10k 2.2k 220k 22k 2.2k 33k 560k 2.2 22 22 1k 47k 39k 680k 4.7k 33k 47k 5.6k 100k 5.6k 4.7k 10k 220k 100k 100k 47k 0 220 12 4.7 330 680 330 2.2k

Remarks

S S

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Ref. No. C100 C301 C314 J100 J101 J102 J103 J111 J302 L101 L501 C101 C102 C103 C104 C106 C107 C108 C109 C110 C111 C112 C120 C121 C122 C123 C124 C126 C127 C128 C129 C130 C131 C132 C141 C142 C150 C151 C152 C153 C155 C156 C157 C201 C202 C203 C204 C205 C206 C207 C208 C210 C211

Part No. PQ4R10XJ000 PQ4R10XJ000 ERJ3GEYJ391 PQ4R10XJ000 ERJ3GEY0R00 PQ4R10XJ000 PQ4R10XJ000 ERJ3GEY0R00 ERJ3GEY0R00 PQ4R18XJ000 PQ4R10XJ000 0 0 390 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Part Name & Description

Remarks S S S S S

S S

(CAPACITORS) ECUV1H103KBV 0.01 ECUV1C104ZFV ECUV1C104ZFV ECUV1C104ZFV ECUV1C104ZFV ECUV1H680JCV ECEA1AKS330 ECUV1C104ZFV ECUV1H121JCV ECUV1H121JCV 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 68P 33 0.1 120P 120P S ECUV1H103KBV 0.01 ECUV1H103KBV 0.01

ECUV1C104KBV 0.1

ECUV1C104KBV 0.1 ECUV1C104KBV 0.1 ECUV1C473KBV 0.047 ECUV1H152KBV 0.0015 ECUV1H472KBV 0.0047 PQCUV1E473MD 0.047 ECUV1C104KBV 0.1 ECUV1C473KBV 0.047 PQCUV1C104KB 0.1 ECUV1H272KBV 0.0027 ECUV1H270GCV 27P ECUV1H390GCV 39P ECUV1H240JCV PQCUV1C224ZF ECEA1CKA100 24P 0.22 10 S S S S ECUV1H103KBV 0.01 ECUV1H103KBV 0.01 PQCUV1E473MD 0.047 PQCUV1E104MD 0.1 PQCUV1H103ZF PQCUV1H333JC ECUV1H101JCV 0.01 0.033 100P S

ECUV1C104KBV 0.1 ECUV1H152KBV 0.0015 ECUV1H151JCV ECUV1C104ZFV ECUV1C104ZFV ECST0JY106 150P 0.1 0.1 10 PQCUV1C104KB 0.1

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Ref. No. C221 C310 C311 C313 C317 C321 C322 C323 C325 C330 C331 C351 C352 C354 C505 C507 C901 C903 C904 C905 C906 C907 C911 C912 C913 C914 C915 C916

Part No. ECUV1C104ZFV 0.1 PQCUV1E104MD 0.1 ECUV1H103KBV 0.01 ECUV1H103KBV 0.01 ECUV1H103KBV 0.01 ECUV1H220JCV ECUV1H150JCV ECUV1H681JCV ECUV1H220JCV 22P 15P 680P 22P

Part Name & Description

Remarks S S S S S S

PQCUV1C104KB 0.1 PQCUV1H103KB 0.01 PQCUV1C224ZF ECUV1E223KBV PQCUV1H103ZF PQCUV1H103ZF ECEA0JK221 ECUV1C104ZFV PQCUV1C105ZF PQCUV1C105ZF PQCUV1H103ZF ECUV1H330JCV ECUV1H330JCV ECUV1H330JCV ECUV1H330JCV ECST0JY106 ECST0JY106 0.22 0.022 S 0.01 0.01 220 0.1 1 1 0.01 33P 33P 33P 33P 10 10 S S S

ECUV1H103KBV 0.01

PQCUV1E104MD 0.1

29.3. ACCESSORIES AND PACKING MATERIALS
Ref. No. A1 A2 A3 P1 P2 P3 Part No. PQLV1BXZ PQJA10075Z PQQX12224X PQPP170Z XZB10X35A02 PQPK13355Z Part Name & Description AC ADAPTOR TEL CORD INSTRUCTION BOOK PROTECTION COVER (for Base Unit) PROTECTION COVER (for Handset) GIFT BOX Remarks

30. FOR SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM
30.1. Base Unit
DC voltage measurements are taken with electronic voltmeter from negative voltage line. (Talk Position) This schematic diagram may be modified at any time with development of new

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technology.
Important Safety Notice:Components identified by mark have special characteristics important for safety. When replacing any of these components, use only the manufacture's specified parts.

30.2. Handset
DC voltage measurements are taken with electronic voltmeter from negative voltage line. (Talk Position) This schematic diagram may be modified at any time with the development of new technology.

31. CIRCUIT BOARD AND WIRING CONNECTION DIAGRAM (RF UNIT)
31.1. Component View

31.2. Flow Solder Side View

32. SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM (RF UNIT)

33. CIRCUIT BOARD AND WIRING CONNECTION DIAGRAM (BASE UNIT)
33.1. Component View

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33.2. Flow Solder Side View

34. CIRCUIT BOARD AND WIRING CONNECTION DIAGRAM (HANDSET)
34.1. Component View

34.2. Flow Solder Side View

35. SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM
35.1. Base Unit

35.2. Handset

M KXTC1035BXW Printed in Japan

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