Thursday, January 21, 2016

DENON DN-D4000 DJ CD Player - Service mode – Error code checking – Error codes – Micom version Update – Auto servo adjustment – Audio system repair and service – Tips manual

                                                Category: Audio System Repair and Service 

Contents of this article

  • How to access Service mode  
  • Error codes
  • Micom version update 

DENON DN-D4000

SERVICE PROGRAM
Required Measuring Implement
Reference disc (TCD784 or CO-74176)
Service program is a special program intended for confirming servo functions etc.
Contents of Service Program
Switch on the power while pushing the CD1’s PITCH BEND + button and CD2’s OPEN/CLOSE button at the same time. After actuating the servo program, select an aiming process number with the SELECT knob, A1 button, or A3 button.
Press the SELECT knob to execute the selected process, the process number is then displayed on the track indicator of the display. To exit from the service program, just switch off the power.
SERVICE MODE FUNCTIONS
Micom Version check
(Version No.)
“SysVerXXXX” Check Version with JOG dial.
1. System μcom version No.:
2. RC μcom version No.: “RC_VerXXXX”
Error Code Check
(Error Data)
Turn the JOG dial to display the logging error codes in the occurred order.
“ErrXX_E * * * ” XX : occurred order E * * * : error code
10 error logs are memorized at maximum.
Kinds of Error Code, displayed
Error Code Table
Pressing SELECT knob enters to data erase mode. (“Err Clear?” is displayed.)
If the SELECT knob is pushed again, the memorized error data are cleared.
Total Running Time
(Total_Time)
Total time span of servo function that counted by the hour is displayed.
“R.Tim XXXXH”
Note: No time is counted if disc tray is opened within 59 minutes.
Pressing SELECT knob enters to data erase mode. (“Time Clear?” is displayed.)
If the SELECT knob is pushed again, the memorized time data are cleared.
Automatic Servo Adjustment call
Starts automatic servo adjustment when the SELECT knob is pushed, and after completing the adjustment, sort of the used disc is indicated. Data is selectable with the JOG dial. “Servo_Data”
1. Focus gain data
2. Focus balance data
3. Focus offset data
4. Tracking gain data
5. Tracking balance data
6. Tracking offset data
Block Error Rate Check
Loading a disc by OPEN/CLOSE button.
Press the PLAY/PAUSE button. B.E.R. is displayed.
You can select the track by the JOG DIAL.
“E.Rate_XXX XXX : Block Error Rate
Servo Check
Starts automatic servo checking when the SELECT knob is pushed.
Loading a disc by OPEN/CLOSE button.
“Lchk_Open” : Disc Tray is opened.
“Lchk_Wait” : During check.
“Lchk_OK!!” : Disc Tray is opened.
“LchkErr *** ” : Error(E ***) is occurred.
Illumination Check
All illuminations are lit.
All illuminations can be turned off to push the SELECT knob.
Press the SELECT knob again, all illuminations can be lit.
Error Code Table
Error Code
CONTENTS
E001
Unable to close the loader tray in the regulation time.
E002
Unable to open the loader tray in the regulation time.
E003
Inner circle switch ON error even if the time is over.
E004
Inner circle switch OFF error even if the time is over.
E005
The focus offset adjustment result is outside the regulation range.
E006
Unable to adjust the focus offset in the regulation time.
E007
The tracking offset adjustment result is outside the regulation range.
E008
Unable to adjust the tracking offset in the regulation time.
E009
The FE peak is outside the regulation range.
E00A
The FE peak is outside the regulation range.
E00B
Unable to adjust the focus rough gain in the regulation time.
E00C
The focus rough gain is outside the regulation range.
E00D
Unable to actuate focus in the regulation time.
E00E
Unable to actuate tracking in the regulation time.
E00F
Unable to adjust the tracking rough gain in the regulation time.
E010
The tracking rough gain is outside the regulation range.
E011
Unable to adjust the tracking balance in the regulation time.
E012
The tracking balance adjustment result is outside the regulation range.
E013
Focus servo down during automatic adjustment.
E014
Focus servo down during automatic adjustment.
E015
Unable to adjust the focus balance in the regulation time.
E016
The focus balance adjustment result is outside the regulation range.
E017
Track servo down during automatic adjustment.
E018
Unable to adjust the focus fine gain in the regulation time.
E019
The focus fine gain is outside the regulation range.
E01A
Unable to adjust the tracking fine gain in the regulation time.
E01B
The tracking fine gain is outside the regulation range.
E01C
Unable to adjust automatically in the regulation time.
E01D
Unable to read the subcode Q in the regulation time.
E01E
Unable to read the TOC in the regulation time.
E01F
Focus servo down during search (over the regulation time).
E020
Track servo down during search (over the regulation time).
E0216 
Servo error during search.
E0213 
Search error (over the regulation time).
E022
Discontinuity occurred, during write to the DRAM.
E023
The error which cannot be corrected to the read data.
E024
Unable to do the level detect.
E025
Unable to join data in the regulation time.
E026
The error rate when recording on the memory is over the regulation value.
E027
The subcode jump more than regulation.
E028
Servo error when power is turned on.
E029
Subcode Q error.
E030
Inter face error for both drives.
MICOM VERSION UPGRADE
System µcom can be upgraded in the following manner. Version Upgrade Method
1.Record the version upgrade software on a CD-R or CD-RW disc, only as one file with the format ISO9660 Mode-1.
The file name of the supplied version upgrade software should be used as is and this disc needs to finalize.
2.Hold the disc by the edges and place it on the disc tray.
3.Press the OPEN/CLOSE button to start the version upgrade.
"Version Up">"Push Play!" "xxxx->XXXX" are displayed.
xxxx : current version
XXXX : upgrade version
4.Press the PLAY/PAUSE button.
"Now Writing" > "Writing-XXX" are displayed.
XXX : count up from 000 to161
5.When the version upgrade is finished, "Complete!" is indicated.
6.Turn off the power once and turn on again.
Press the OPEN/CLOSE button and remove the disc.