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Republic of the Philippines

Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao


Department of Education
TAWI-TAWI SCHOOL OF ARTS AND TRADE

Unit of Competency:

MAINTAIN AND REPAIR AUDIO - VIDEO


PRODUCTS AND SYSTEM

Module No. 1

MAINTAINING AND REPAIRING AUDIO PRODUCTS


AND SYSTEM

Table of Content

How to Use this Module......................................................................................


Introduction.......................................................................................................
Technical Terms.................................................................................................
Learning Outcome 1:
Prepare audio tools and workplace for maintenance/repair
of audio -products........................................................................................

Learning Experience.................................................................................

Information Sheet 1.1..............................................................................

Activity Sheet 1.1.....................................................................................

Information Sheet 1.2...............................................................................

Activity Sheet 1.2....................................................................................

Self -Check 1.1.......................................................................................

Activity Sheet 1.3....................................................................................

Learning Outcome 2:
Diagnose Faults of Audio Products and System...........................................

Learning Experience...............................................................................

Activity Sheet 2.1. 26


Student Write-Up 2.1.......................................................27

Student Write-Up 2.2.............................................................................

Teacher Check Sheet 2.1.......................................................................

Learning Outcome 3:
Maintain and Repair of Audio Products and System......................30

Learning Experience 32

Activity Sheet 3.1..........................................................33

Student Write-Up 3.1.............................................................................

Teacher-Check 3.1..................................................................................

Assessment Plan 3.1..............................................................................

Observation Checklist .37


Observation and Questioning Checklist. ..38
Demonstration 39
Written report .40

Performance test .41


Performance Standard ...41
Acknowledgement 42

HOW TO USE THIS MODULE


Welcome to the Module Maintaining and Repairing Audio Products
& System. This module contains training materials and activities for you to
complete.
The unit of competency Maintain & Repair Audio-Video Products &
System contains the knowledge, skills and desirable attitudes required for a
Consumer Electronic Mechanic Servicing required to obtain the National
certificate NC level II course.
You are required to go through a series of learning activities in order to
complete each of the learning outcomes of the module. In each learning
outcome there are Information Sheets and Activity Sheets. Follow these
activities on your own and answer the Self-Check at the end of each learning
activity.
If you have questions, dont hesitate to ask your teacher for assistance.

Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL)


You may already have some or most of the knowledge and skills
covered in this module because you have been working for some time; or you
have already completed training in this area.
If you can demonstrate to your trainer that you are competent in a
particular skill or skills, talk to him/her about having them formally
recognized so you dont have to do the same training again. If you have a
qualification or Certificate of Competency from previous trainings show it to
your trainer. If the skills you acquired are still current and relevant to this
module, they may become part of the evidence you can present for RPL. If
you are not sure about the currency of your skills, discuss this with your
trainer.
After completing this module ask your trainer to assess your
competency. Result of your assessment will be recorded in your competency
profile. All the learning activities are designed for you to complete at your
own pace.

Inside this module you will find the activities for you to complete
followed by relevant information sheets for each learning outcome. Each
learning outcome may have more than one learning activity.
This module is prepared to help you achieve the required competency,
in receiving and relaying information. This will be the source of information
that will enable you to acquire the knowledge and skills on Maintaining and
Repairing Audio Products and System independently at your own pace or
with minimum supervision or help from your teacher.

Program/Course

CONSUMER ELECTRONIC SERVICING NC II

Unit of Competency

MAINTAIN AND REPAIR OF AUDIO PRODUCTS AND


SYSTEM

Module Title

MAINTAINING AND REPAIRING AUDIO PRODUCTS


AND SYSTEM

INTRODUCTION:
This module contains information and suggested learning activities on
maintaining and repairing Audio Products and Systems. It covers attitudes
required to the knowledge, and skill.
Completion of this module will help you better understand the succeeding
module on performing computer operation.
This module consists of three learning outcomes. Each learning outcome
contains learning activities supported by instruction sheets. Before you perform
the instructions, read the information sheets and answer the self-check and
activities provided to ascertain to yourself and your instructor that you have
acquired the knowledge necessary to perform the skill portion of the particular
learning outcome.
Upon completing this module, report to your teacher for an assessment to
check your achievement of knowledge and skills requirements of this module. If
you pass the assessment, you will be given a certificate of completion.
SUMMARY OF LEARNING OUTCOMES:
Upon completion of the module you should be able to:
LO1 prepare audio tools and workplace for maintenance /repair of
audio products;
LO2 diagnose faults of audio products and system and
LO3 maintain / repair products and system.

TECHNICAL TERMS
Active State. A condition of a semi conductor device that is working
Ampere. A unit of electric current, or amount of electric charge per second
Capacitance. A measure of the amount of electric charge stored (or separated)
for a given electric potential
Conductance. A measure of how easily an electricity flows along a certain path
through an electrical element
Current. The flow (movement) of electric charge.
Decibel. A logarithmic unit of measurement that expresses the magnitude of a
physical quantity (usually power or intensity) relative to a specified
or implied reference level.
Digital. Use as discrete (that is, discontinuous) values to represent information
for input, processing, transmission, storage, etc
Duty Cycle. It is the proportion of time during which a component, device, or
system is operated.
Error. Refers to a difference between actual behavior or measurement and the
norms or expectations for the behavior or measurement
Farad. Defined as the amount of capacitance for which a potential difference of
one volt results in a static charge of one coulomb
Frequency. A measure of the number of occurrences of a repeating event per
unit of time.
Henry. The SI unit of inductance
Inductance. An electric current flowing around a circuit produces a magnetic
field and hence a magnetic flux through the circuit
Injury. Damage or harm caused to the structure or function of the body caused
by an outside agent or force, which may be physical or chemical
Insulation. A material that resists the flow of electric current
Ohm. (symbol: ) it is the SI unit of electrical impedance or, in the direct
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current case, electrical resistance.


Potential Differences. In physics, the potential difference between two points is
the amount of work that would need to be done on a unit electric
charge to move it from one point to the other against an electric
field
Siemen. The SI derived unit of electric conductance. It is equal to inverse ohm.
It is named after the German inventor and industrialist Ernst
Werner von Siemens, and is equivalent to the previously used
designation of this unit, the ohm.
Solder. It is a fusible metal alloy with a melting point or melting range of 90 to
450 C (200 to 840 F), used in a process called soldering where it
is melted to join metallic surfaces. It is especially useful in
electronics and plumbing
Troubleshooting. It is a form of problem solving. It is the systematic search for
the source of a problem so that it can be solved. It is often a
process of elimination - eliminating potential causes of a problem.
It is used in many fields such as system administration and
electronics
Voltage. It is sometimes also called electric or electrical tension. The difference
of electrical potential between two points of an electrical or
electronic circuit, expressed in volts
Voltage Drop. The reduction in voltage in an electrical circuit between the
source and load. In electrical wiring national and local electrical
codes may set guidelines for maximum voltage drop allowed in a
circuit, to ensure reasonable efficiency of distribution and proper
operation of electrical equipment (the maximum permitted voltage
drop varies from one country to another).
Wattage. Symbol: W The SI derived unit of power, equal to one joule of energy
per second

Program/Course

CONSUMER ELECTRONIC SERVICING NCII

Unit of Competency

MAINTAIN AND REPAIR AUDIO PRODUCTS AND


SYSTEM

Module Title

MAINTAINING AND REPAIRING AUDIO PRODUCTS AND


SYSTEM

Learning Outcome 1: Prepare audio tools and workplace for


maintenance/repair of audio products.
Assessment Criteria:
1. Work station is cleaned for repair activities in line with a company
requirements.
2. Necessary tools, test instruments and Personal Protective Equipment
are prepared in accordance with their application or uses.
3. Service manuals and service information required for repair and
maintenance are acquired used as references.
Conditions:
The following resources are needed:

Equipment
-

AM-FM Radio Receiver

AM Radio Receiver
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DVD / VCD Player

Professional audio/public address (PA) system (power amplifier)

MP3/MP4

Instruments
-

Signal Generator AF / RF

Analog / Digital VOM

Oscilloscope

Power Supply

Audio Frequency Counter

Distortion Analyzer

Electronic Hand Tools


-

Soldering Iron

Soldering Stand

Desoldering Tool

Set of Screw Driver (Philips, Flat)

Pliers

Long Nose pliers

Diagonal pliers

Utility Knife

Cleaning Brush

Supplies and Materials


-

Electronic Components

Soldering Lead

Wires

Silicon Grease

Soldering Flux

Requisition Slip

Accessories

Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)


-

Working clothes
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Hand gloves

Mask

Goggles

Learning Materials
-

Work Plan

Service Manual

IC Manual

Learning Elements

LEARNING EXPERIENCE / ACTIVITIES


Learning Outcome 1: Prepare audio tools and workplace for
maintenance/repair of audio products.
Learning Activities
1.

Read Information Sheet 9A-1-1


regarding 5S application.

2.

Do the actual Laboratory Activity


Sheet 9A-1-1.

3.

Refer to the Assessment Criteria


9A-1-1.

4.

Read the Information Sheet 9A1-2 Tools, Equipment, and


Devices for Repairing Audio

Special Instructions

Perform the activity with


supervision of the teacher.

the

Products and Systems.


5.

Do the preliminary set-up before


starting the use of appropriate
hand tools, test instruments and
personal protective equipment.

6.

If you have any questions or you


need
clarification
on
the
information, ask assistance from
your teacher or from your
classmate who has finished this
learning outcome (LO).

7.

If you have answered all the


questions and finished all the
laboratory activities, you may
proceed to the next learning
outcome (LO).

Try to do the Student-Check


9A-1-2.

INFORMATION SHEET 1.1


5S Application
The 5S's are:

Sorting. Refers to the practice of going through all the tools, materials,
etc

Simplifying. It means arranging the tools and equipment in an order


that promotes workflow.
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Sweeping, Systematic Cleaning, or Shining. Indicates the need to keep


the workplace clean as well as neat.

Standardizing. Refers to more than standardized cleanliness (otherwise


this would mean essentially the same as "systemized cleanliness").

Sustaining. Refers to maintaining and reviewing standards.

ACTIVITY SHEET 1.1


5S Application

Instructions:
1.

Students will be grouped with 10 members.

2.

Apply 5S in your shop work.

3.

You must get a score of 7-9 to have a rating of Very Good the teacher
assessment criteria 1-1.
TEACHER-CHECK SHEET 1.1
5S Application

Direction: The teacher will prepare a man-made activity for the students
to work on.
Item
no.
A
B
C
D
E

5S
70

Activity

75 80 85 90 95 100

Score

Sorting
Simplifying
Sweeping, Systematic
Cleaning, or Shining
Standardizing
Sustaining
Average

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Assessment Criteria 1.1


Score
96-100
86-95
81-85
75-80
70-74

Descriptive Grade
Excellent
Very good
Good
Fair
Poor

INFORMATION SHEET 1.2


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Tools, Equipment and Devices for Repairing


Audio Products and System
Basic Hand Tools

Driving Tools

Screw Driver is a device specifically designed to insert and tighten, or to loosen


and remove screws. The screwdriver comprises a head or tip which engages with
a screw, a mechanism to apply torque by rotating the tip, and some way to
position and support the screwdriver. A typical hand screwdriver comprises an
approximately cylindrical handle of a size and shape to be held by a human
hand, and an axial shaft fixed to the handle, the tip of which is shaped to fit a
particular type of screw. The handle and shaft allow the screwdriver to be
positioned and supported and to apply torque when rotated.

Handle
Head or Tip

Slotted Screw Driver is used to drive or fasten negative slotted screws.

Phillips Screw Driver is used to drive or fasten positive slotted screws. It is a


screw driver that could take greater torque and could provide tighter fastenings.

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Torx Screw Driver Set is used to drive or fasten six pointed star screws. In
modern electrical appliances, they use screws with heads of non-standard
shape to prevent users of the device from easily disassembling them.

Hex (Allen Wrench) is used to drive or fasten hexagonal screws. The head has
hexagonal hole turned by an Allen key. An Allen key is a hexagonal shaped
wrench bended in letter-L. The Allen key was invented by an American, Gilbert
F. Heublein.

Jeweler's Screwdriver Set This is a set of small screw drivers composed of


slotted and Philips screw drivers.

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Socket Wrench Is a type of wrench or tightening tool that uses separate,


removable sockets to fit many different sizes of fittings and fasteners, most
commonly nuts and bolts. It generally includes a ratcheting mechanism that
allows the nut to be tightened or loosened with a continuous motion, rather
than requiring that the wrench be removed and refitted after each turn.
Typically, a lever behind the socket switches the wrench between tightening and
loosening modes. The sockets attach to the ratchet through a square fitting that
locks onto them and come in four common sizes: 1/4 inch, 3/8 inch, 1/2 inch,
and 3/4 inch.

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Soldering Tools

Soldering Iron is a device for applying heat to melt solder for attaching two
metal parts. A soldering iron is composed of a heated metal tip and an insulated
handle. Heating is often achieved electrically, by passing a current, supplied
through an electrical cord, through a heating element. For electrical work, wires
are usually soldered to printed circuit boards, other wires, or small terminals. A
low-power iron (15-30 Watts) is suitable for this work.

Some soldering irons have interchangeable tips for different types of work. Fine
round or chisel tips are typically used for electronics work. A new tip needs to be
coated, heated, and then covered with solder before its first use. This procedure
is called "tinning". The tinning forms a liquid layer which facilitates the transfer
of heat to the work piece. A dirty tip does not transfer heat well. The tip needs to
be kept coated with a shiny layer of solder by occasional wiping and applying
solder directly to the tip.
Soldering Tool Stand is a place of the soldering iron to keep them away from
flammable materials. The stand often comes with a sponge and flux pot for
cleaning the tip.

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Desoldering Sucker is used to remove or to solder components from a circuit


for the propose of troubleshooting, repairing and removing components.

Splicing Tools
Long Nose is used for holding, bending and stretching the lead of electronics
component or connecting wire.

Side Cutters are wire-cutting pliers. Though they are not used to grab or turn
anything, they are useful to cut wire.

Wire Stripper is a pair of opposing blades much like scissors or wire cutters.
The addition of a center notch makes it easier to cut the insulation without
cutting the wire. This type of wire stripper is used by rotating it around the

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insulation while applying pressure in order to make a cut around the insulation.
Since the insulation is not bonded to the wire, it then pulls easily off the end.

Notch

Boring Tools
12V Mini-Drill is used to bore or drill hole in the printed circuit board (pcb).

Portable Electric Drill is used for boring hole/s in the plastics chassis or metal
chassis with the used of drill bits.

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Metal Files are hand tool used to shape metals by grinding. A file series of
sharp, parallel ridges or teeth. Most files have a narrow, pointed tang at one end
to which a handle can be fitted.
Flat Files are parallel in width and tapered in thickness They are used for flat
surfaces and edges.
Round File also called rat-tail files is gradually tapered and is used for many
tasks that require a round tool, such as enlarging round holes or cutting a
scalloped edge.
Narrow Pointed
Tang

Round File

Flat File

Cutting Tools - are used for cutting materials.

Utility Knife is a common tool used in cutting various trades and crafts for a
variety of purposes.

Hacksaw is a saw for cutting metal. Some of them have pistol grips which keep
the hacksaw firm and easy to grip. The small hand-held hacksaws consist of a
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metal arch with a handle that fits around a narrow, rigid blade. The blade has
many small saw teeth along one side. It can either be attached such that the
teeth face away from the handle, resulting in sawing action by pushing. On the
push stroke, the arch will be bent a little, releasing the tension on the blade.
The blade is normally quite brittle, so care needs to be taken to prevent brittle
fracture of the blade.

Pistol Grip

Blade
Handle
Auxiliary Tools
Ball-peen Hammer is a type of hammer used in metalworking. The ball-peen
hammer remains useful for many tasks such as tapping punches and chisels.
The original function of the hammer was to "peen" riveted or welded material so
that it will exhibit the same elastic behavior as the surrounding material.
Specifically, striking the metal imparts a stress at the point of impact which
results in strain-hardening of that area. Strain hardening raises the elastic limit
of a material into the plastic range without affecting its ultimate strength. A
strain-hardened material will not deform under the same low stresses as a nonhardened material. Most metals can be "worked" by such methods until they
lose all of their ductile characteristics and become strong but brittle

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Magnifying Glass with a convex lens is used to magnify an object. The lens is
usually mounted in a frame with a handle (see image). Roger Bacon is the
original inventor of the magnifying glass. A magnifying glass works by creating a
magnified virtual image of an object behind the lens. The distance between the
lens and the object must be shorter than the focal length of the lens for this to
occur. Otherwise, the image appears smaller and inverted, and can be used to
project images onto surfaces. The framed lens may be mounted on a stand,
keeping the lens at the right distance from the table, and therefore at the right
distance from the object on the table. The latter applies if the object is small
and also if the height is adjustable. Some magnifying glasses are foldable with
built-in light.

Paint Brush made of bristles set in handle is used for cleaning dirty parts of a
circuit or an object.

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Advance Electronic Equipment


Power Supply
It is a reference to a source of electrical power. A device or system that
supplies electrical or other types of energy to an output load or group of loads is
called a power supply unit or PSU.

Signal Generator
It is also known variously as a test signal generator, function generator,

tone generator, arbitrary waveform generator, or frequency generator is an


electronic device that generates repeating electronic signals (in either the analog
or digital domains). It is generally used in designing, testing, troubleshooting,
and repairing electronic or electro-acoustic devices; though they often have
artistic uses as well.

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Multimeter
It is known as a multi-tester or a volt/ohm meter or VOM.It is an

electronic measuring instrument that combines several functions in one unit. A


standard multimeter may include features such as the ability to measure
voltage, current and resistance. There are two categories of multimeters; analog
multimeters and digital multimeters (often abbreviated DMM.) A multimeter can
be a hand-held device useful for basic fault finding and field service work or a
bench instrument which can measure to a very high degree of accuracy. They
can be used to troubleshoot electrical problems in a wide array of industrial and
household devices such as batteries, motor controls, appliances, power
supplies, and wiring systems.

Analog Tester

Digital Tester

Digital Multimeter (DMM)


Modern multimeters are often digital due to their accuracy, durability and
extra features. In a DMM the signal under test is converted to a voltage and an
amplifier with an electronically controlled gain preconditions the signal. It
displays the quantity measured as a number, which prevents parallax errors.

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Digital Multimeter

Oscilloscope
An oscilloscope (sometimes abbreviated CRO, for cathode-ray oscilloscope,
or commonly just scope or O-scope) is a type of electronic test equipment that
allows signal voltages to be viewed, usually as a two-dimensional graph of one
or more electrical potential differences (vertical axis) plotted as a function of
time or of some other voltage (horizontal axis).

Analog type
An extra feature available in some analogue scopes is called 'storage'. This

feature allows the trace pattern that normally decays in a fraction of a second to
remain on the screen for several minutes or longer. An electrical circuit can then
be deliberately activated to store and to erase the trace on the screen.

Analog (Storage Type) Oscilloscope

Digital
The digital storage oscilloscope, or DSO for short, is now the preferred

type for most industrial applications, although simple analogue CROs are still
used by hobbyists. It replaces the unreliable storage method used in analogue
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storage scopes with digital memory, which can store data as long as required
without degradation.

Digital Oscilloscope

Frequency Counter
A frequency counter is an electronic instrument, or component of one that

is used for measuring frequency.

Frequency Counter
ACTIVITY SHEET 1.2
Tools, Equipment and Devices for Repairing
Audio Products and Systems

Instructions:
1. Do the preliminary set-up necessary before starting the use of
appropriate hand tools, test instruments and personal protective
equipment.

2. You must get five to six (5-6) Yes to have the rating of Very Good and
pass the self-check 1-2 based on assessment criteria 1-2.
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SELF-CHECK SHEET 1.1

Direction: Check the selected tools, test instruments and working manuals
placed on the demonstration table.

Presentation Standard
Presentation Criteria
1. Are the tools in good shape?

Presentation Level
Yes
No
NA

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2. Are the electronic instruments working in good


condition?
3. Are the tools and electronic instruments secured
and at their right position?
4. Is there a sufficient source of power supply
(220V) in the outlet?
5. Is the space in the working table sufficient
enough for laboratory work?
6. Does the student wear proper attire for working?
7. Does the student know how to use the service
manual?
If all the items obtained a Yes response, the student can move
to the next lesson.

Assessment Criteria 1.2


Number Of Yes
7
5-6
3-4
1-2
0

Descriptive Grade
Excellent
Very good
Good
Fair
Poor

ACTIVITY SHEET 1.3


Service Manual for Audio Products

Instruction s:
1. You should bring the following defective units:

AM FM Radio Receiver and FM Radio Receiver

CD Player with AM FM Radio Receiver


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MP3 CD Player with AM FM Radio Receiver

MP3 Player with AM FM Radio Receiver

2. Let the student surf the internet or buy from the reliable source.
3. Produce a printout of the Service Manual which will be collected
afterwards by your teacher. The teacher will use the assessment
criteria 1-3 in scoring.
4. You must get a score of 7-9 to have the rating of Very Good.

Assessment Criteria 1.3

No. of
Service
Manual
4
3
2
1
0

Score

Descriptive Grade

10
9-7
6-4
3-1
0

Excellent
Very good
Good
Fair
Poor

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Program/Course

CONSUMER ELECTRONIC SERVICING NCII

Unit of Competency

MAINTAIN AND REPAIR OF AUDIO - VIDEO PRODUCTS


AND SYSTEM

Module Title

MAINTAINING AND REPAIR AUDIO PRODUCTS AND


SYSTEM

Learning Outcome 2: Diagnose Faults of Audio Products and System

Assessment Criteria:
1. Systematic pre-testing procedure is performed in accordance with the
manufacturers instructions.
2. System defects/fault symptoms are identified using the appropriate tools
and equipment and in accordance with the safety procedures.
3. Results of diagnosis and testing are documented.
4. Identified defects and faults are explained.
Conditions:
The following resources are needed:

Equipment
-

AM-FM Radio Receiver

AM Radio Receiver

DVD / VCD Player

Professional audio/public address (PA) system (power amplifier)

MP3/MP4

Instruments
-

Signal Generator AF / RF

Analog / Digital VOM

Oscilloscope

Power Supply
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Audio Frequency Counter

Distortion Analyzer

Electronic Hand Tools


-

Soldering Iron

Soldering Stand

Desoldering Tool

Set of Screw Driver (Philips, Flat)

Pliers
o Long Nose
o Diagonal Pliers

Utility Knife

Cleaning Brush

Supplies and Materials


-

Electronic Components

Soldering Lead

Wires

Silicon Grease

Soldering Flux

Requisition Slip

Accessories
- Working clothes

Learning Materials
-

Work Plan

Service Manual

IC Manual

Learning Elements

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LEARNING EXPERIENCE / ACTIVITIES


LO 2: Diagnose Faults of Audio Products and sytem
Learning Activities
Special Instruction
1.

Read the instructions in Activity


Sheet 9A-2-1.

2.

Do the actual laboratory Activity


Sheet 9A-2-1.

3.

Refer to the Assessment Criteria


9A-2-1.

4.

If you have any questions or you


need
clarification
on
the
information, ask assistance from
your teacher or from your
advance classmate who has
finished this learning outcome
(LO).

5.

If you have answered all the


questions and finished all the
laboratory activities, you may
proceed to the next learning
outcome (LO).

Perform Student Write-Up


9A-2-1 for :
- AM-FM Radio
- CD/DVD Player
- MP3 Player

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ACTIVITY SHEET 2.1


Common Symptoms / Defects of Audio Products and System

Instructions:
1. Provide a service manual of each of the following:

AM FM Radio Receiver and FM Radio Receiver

CD Player with AM FM Radio Receiver

MP3 CD Player with AM FM Radio Receiver

MP3 Player with AM FM Radio Receiver

2. Listen as the teacher discuses the different service manuals and share
his/her troubleshooting experiences on audio equipment.
3. Analyze the defective unit and provide a write up to be submitted to
your teacher. You will be graded based on the analysis you made on
the defective unit.
4. Student should get the grade of 85 (Very Good) to pass the laboratory
activity based on the assessment criteria 2-1.

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STUDENT WRITE UP 2.1


Common Symptoms / Defects of Audio Products and System

Student : _____________________ Date: _______________ Grade: _______________


Year & Section: ___________________________ Teacher: ________________________

ADMISSION SLIP
UNIT BRAND : _________________________ Unit Model: ______________________
Owner: __________________________ Address: ________________________________

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Direction:

Interview the owner of the unit regarding his/her complaint/s.

1. Problems and Symptoms : ___________________________________________


_____________________________________________________________________________
_____________________________________________________________________________
____________________________________________________

Teachers Initial: _______

STUDENT WRITE UP 2.2


Diagnosing Faults in Audio Products and Systems

Student : _____________________ Date: _______________ Grade: _______________


Year & Section: ___________________________ Teacher: ________________________
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ADMISSION SLIP
UNIT BRAND: _________________________ Unit Model: ______________________
Owner: __________________________ Address: ________________________________

Direction:

Conduct a preliminary test in the unit to determine the possible

cause of the problem.

1. Possible Cause: _______________________________________________________


_____________________________________________________________________________
_____________________________________________________________________________
_____________________________________________________________________________
_____________________________________________________________________________
_____________________________________________________________________________

Teachers Initial: _______

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TEACHER-CHECK SHEET 2.1


Common Symptoms / Defects of Audio Products and Systems

Item
no.
1
2
3

AUDIO PRODUCT & SYSTEM


Troubleshooting Techniques 70 75 80 85 90 95 100

Score

Radio Receiver
CD / DVD Player
MP3 Player
Average

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Assessment Criteria 2.1


Score
96-100
86-95
81-85
75-80
70-74

Descriptive Grade
Excellent
Very good
Good
Fair
Poor

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Program/Course

CONSUMER ELECTRONIC SERVICING NCII

Unit of Competency

MAINTAIN AND REPAIR OF AUDIO VIDEO PRODUCTS


AND SYSTEM

Module Title

MAINTAINING AND REPAIRING AUDIO PRODUCTS AND


SYSTEM

Learning Outcome 3:
Maintain and Repair Audio Products and System

Assessment Criteria:
1. Defective parts/components are replaced with their appropriate
equivalent.
2. Repaired parts/components are soldered in accordance with current
best practices in industry.
3. Substitutions of parts are done in accordance with manufacturers
specifications.
4. Repair activity is performed within the required time frame.
5. Care and extreme precaution in handling the unit/product are
observed.
Conditions:
The following resources are needed:

Equipment
-

AM-FM Radio Receiver

AM Radio Receiver

DVD / VCD Player

Professional audio/public address (PA) system (power amplifier)


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MP3/MP4

Instruments
-

Signal Generator AF / RF

Analog / Digital VOM

Power Supply

Audio Frequency Counter

Electronic Hand Tools


-

Soldering Iron

Soldering Stand

Desoldering Tool

Set of Screw Driver (Philips, Flat)

Pliers

Long Nose

Diagonal Pliers

Utility Knife

Cleaning Brush

Supplies and Materials


-

Electronic Components

Soldering Lead

Wires

Requisition Slip

PPE Accessories
-

Working clothes

Hand Gloves

Mask

Goggles

Learning Materials
-

Work Plan

Service Manual

IC Manual
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Learning Elements

LEARNING EXPERIENCE / ACTIVITIES


LO 3: Maintain and Repair Audio Products and System
Learning Activities
Special Instruction
1.

Read the instruction in Activity


Sheet 9A-3-1.

2.

Do the actual laboratory Activity


Sheet 9A-3-1

3.

Refer to the Assessment Criteria


9A-3-1.

4.

If you have any questions or you


need
clarification
on
the
information, ask assistance from
your teacher or from your
classmates who have finished
this learning outcome (LO).

5.

If you have answered all the


questions and finished all the
laboratory activities, you may
proceed to the next learning
outcome (LO).

Perform Student Write-Up


9A-3-1 for :
- AM-FM Radio
- CD/DVD Player
- MP3 Player

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ACTIVITY SHEET 3.1


Repairing a Defective Audio Products

Instructions:
1. Provide a service manual of each of the following:

AM FM Radio Receiver and FM Radio Receiver

CD Player with AM FM Radio Receiver

MP3 CD Player with AM FM Radio Receiver

MP3 Player with AM FM Radio Receiver

2. Listen as your teacher discusses the different service manuals


schematic diagram together with the use of electronic hand tools and
test instruments.
3. Continue to analyze troubleshoot the defective component/s.

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4. Come up with a write - up to be submitted to your teacher. You will be


graded

based

on

the

output

production

activity

you

have

accomplished.
5. You should get a grade of 85 (Very Good) to pass the laboratory activity
based on Assessment Criteria 3-1.

STUDENT WRITE-UP 3.1


Troubleshooting Technique

Student : _____________________ Date: _______________ Grade: _______________


Year & Section: ___________________________ Teacher: ________________________

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ADMISSION SLIP
BRAND NAME : _________________________ Unit Model: ______________________
Owner: __________________________ Address: ________________________________

Direction: You will now test the unit with the use of electronic instruments,
hand tools and schematic diagrams.
CORRECTION/S: _________________________________________________________
___________________________________________________________________________
___________________________________________________________________________
___________________________________________________________________________
__________________________________________________________________________

REMARK/S : _______________________________________________________________
_____________________________________________________________________________
_____________________________________________________________________________
_____________________________________________________________________________
_____________________________________________________________________________
_____________________________________________________________________________

Teachers Initial: ______________

TEACHER-CHECK SHEET 3.1


Common Symptoms / Defects of Audio Products and System
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Item
no.
1
2
3

AUDIO PRODUCT & SYSTEM


Troubleshooting Techniques 70 75 80 85 90 95 100

Score

Radio Receiver
CD / DVD Player
MP3 Player
Average

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Assessment Criteria 3.1


Score
96-100
86-95
81-85
75-80
70-74

Descriptive Grade
Excellent
Very good
Good
Fair
Poor

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ASSESSMENT PLAN

MAINTAINING AND REPAIRING AUDIO


PRODUCTS AND SYSTEM

Ways in which evidence will be collected:


[tick the column]

The evidence must show that the student

Cleaned work station for repair activities in line


with the company requirements.

Prepared necessary tools, test instruments and


Personal Protective Equipment in accordance with
their application or use.

Acquired service manuals and service information


required for repair and maintenance.

Observed systematic pre-testing procedure in


accordance with manufacturers instructions.

Identified system defects/fault symptoms using


appropriate tools and equipment and in accordance
with safety procedures.

Documented results of diagnosis and testing.

Explained identified defects and faults to the


teachers.

Replaced defective parts/components with their


recommended appropriate counterparts.

Soldered repaired parts/components at the specific.

Replaced parts in accordance with the


manufacturers specification.

Performed repair activity within the required time


frame.

Observed care and extreme precaution in handling


the unit/product is observed.

Portfolio

Title of Module

Demonstration

MAINTAIN AND REPAIR AUDIO - VIDEO


PRODUCTS AND SYSTEM

Third party Report

Unit of competency:

Oral Questioning

CONSUMER ELECTRONIC SERVICING NC II

Observation

Competency standard:

Written

Evidence Checklist

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NOTE: Critical aspects of competency


Prepared by:

Date:

Checked by:

Date:

Observation Checklist
Students name:
Teachers name:
Assessment Center
Competency standards
Unit of competency:
Instructions for the assessor:
1. Observe the student in maintaining and repairing audio products and system
2. Describe the assessment activity and the date when it was undertaken.
3. Place a tick in the box to show that the student has completed each aspect of the
activity to the standard expected in the enterprise.
4. Complete the feedback sections of the form.
Date of observation
Description of the assessment activity
Location of the assessment activity
The student can

Clean work station for repair activities in line with the


company requirements.

Prepare necessary tools, test instruments and Personal


Protective Equipment in accordance with their application
or use.

Acquire service manuals and service information required


for repair and maintenance.
Acquire service manuals and service information required
for repair and maintenance.

Observe systematic pre-testing procedure in accordance


with manufacturers instructions.

Identify system defects/fault symptoms using appropriate


tools and equipment and in accordance with safety
procedures.

Document results of diagnosis and testing.

Explain identified defects and faults to the teachers.

Replace defective parts/components with their


recommended appropriate counterparts.

Solders repaired parts/components at the specific.

Substitute of parts in accordance with the manufacturers


specification.

If yes, tick the box

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Perform repair activity within the required time frame.

Observe care and extreme precaution in handling the


unit/product.

Did the students overall performance meet the standard?

Yes

No

Teachers Feedback:
Teachers signature:

Date:

Observation and Questioning Checklist


Students name:
Teachers name:
Assessment Center
Competency
standards
Unit of competency:
Instructions for the assessor:
1. Observe the student in maintaining and repairing of audio products and system.
2. Describe the assessment activity and the date when it was undertaken.
3. Place a tick in the box to show that the student has completed each aspect of the
activity to the standard expected in the enterprise.
4. Ask the student a selection of the questions from the attached list to confirm his/her
underpinning knowledge
5. Place a tick in the box to show that the student has answered the questions correctly.
6. Complete the feedback sections of the form.
Date of observation
Description of the assessment
activity
Location of the assessment activity
The student can

Clean work station for repair activities in line with the


company requirements.

Prepare necessary tools, test instruments and Personal


Protective Equipment in accordance with their
application or use.

Require service manuals and service information


required for repair and maintenance are acquired.

Observe systematic pre-testing procedure in accordance


with manufacturers instructions.

Identify system defects/fault symptoms using


appropriate tools and equipment and in accordance with
safety procedures.

Document results of diagnosis and testing.

If yes, tick the box

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Explain identified defects and faults to the teachers.

Replace defective parts/components are replaced with


their recommended appropriate counterparts.

Solder repaired parts/components at the specific.

Substitute of parts in accordance with the


manufacturers specification.

Perform repair activity within the required time frame.

Observe care and extreme precaution in handling the


unit/product.

Yes

No

Did the students overall performance meet the standard?

Demonstration
Students name:
Teachers name:
Unit of competency:
Competency standards:
Date of assessment:
Time of assessment:
Instructions for demonstration
Given the necessary materials the trainee/student must be able to:
Materials and equipment:
Signal Generator

Audio Frequency Counter

AM/FM Radio

Multitester

Distortion Analyzer

Soldering Lead

Oscilloscope

MP3/MP4

Soldering Iron

Power Supply

VCD/DVD Player

Soldering Stand
P to show if
evidence is
demonstrated

During the demonstration of skills, did the student can.

Yes

No

N/
A

Clean work station for repair activities in line with the


company requirements.

Prepare necessary tools, test instruments and Personal


Protective Equipment in accordance with their application
or use.

Acquire service manuals and service information required


for repair and maintenance are acquired.

Observe systematic pre-testing procedure in accordance


with manufacturers instructions.

Identify system defects/fault symptoms are identified using

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appropriate tools and equipment and in accordance with


safety procedures.

Document results of diagnosis and testing.

Explain identified defects and faults to the teachers.

Replace defective parts/components with their


recommended appropriate counterparts.

Solder repaired parts/components at the specific.

Substitute of parts in accordance with the manufacturers


specification.

Perform repair activity within the required time frame.

Observe care and extreme precaution in handling the


unit/product.

The students demonstration was:


Satisfactory

Not Satisfactory

Written report
Students name:
Teachers name:
Assessment Center
Competency standards
Unit of competency:
Task:
Your task is to:

Maintain and repair audio products

Submission date:
Use the checklist below as a basis for judging whether the students report meets the
required competency standards.
The students report states that he/she can

Clean work station for repair activities in line with the


company requirements.

Prepare necessary tools, test instruments and Personal


Protective Equipment in accordance with their
application or uses.

Acquire service manuals and service information


required for repair and maintenance.

Observe systematic pre-testing procedure in accordance


with manufacturers instructions.

Identify system defects/fault symptoms using


appropriate tools and equipment and in accordance with

If yes, tick the box

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safety procedures.

Document results of diagnosis and testing.

Explain the identified defects and faults to the teacher.

Replace defective parts/components with the


recommended appropriate counterparts.

Substitute parts in accordance with the manufacturers


specification.

Perform repair activity is within the required time frame.

Observed care and extreme precaution in handling the


unit/product.

Overall did the Students report meet the standard?

Yes

No

Comments:

Students signature:

Date:

Teachers signature:

Date:

PERFORMANCE TEST
Student's Name

Date

Competency:

Directions:
Ask your teacher to assess
your performance in the
following critical task and
performance criteria below
You will be rated based on the
overall evaluation at the right
side.

1st

Test Attempt
2nd
3rd

OVERALL EVALUATION
Level
Achiev
ed

PERFORMANCE LEVELS
4 - Can perform this skill without direct
supervision and with initiative and adaptability
to problem situations.
3 - Can perform this skill satisfactorily without
direct assistance or supervision.
2 - Can perform this skill satisfactorily but
requires some assistance and/or supervision.
1 - Can perform parts of this skill satisfactorily,
but requires considerable assistance and/or
supervision.
Teacher will initial level achieved.

PERFORMANCE STANDARDS
For an acceptable achievement, check YES, for an unachieved
skill, check NO and for a skill displayed inappropriately check

Yes

No

N/A
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N/A.

Work station was cleaned for repair activities in line with the
company requirements.

Necessary tools, test instruments and Personal Protective


Equipment are prepared in accordance with their application or
use.

Service manuals and service information required for repair and


maintenance are acquired.

Service manuals and service information required for repair and


maintenance are acquired.

Systematic pre-testing procedure is observed in accordance with


manufacturers instructions.

System defects/fault symptoms are identified using appropriate


tools and equipment and in accordance with safety procedures.

Results of diagnosis and testing are documented.

Identified defects and faults are explained to the teachers.

Defective parts/components are replaced with their


recommended appropriate counterparts.

Repaired parts/components are soldered at the specific.

Substitutions of parts are done in accordance with the


manufacturers specification.

Repair activity was performed within the required time frame.

Care and extreme precaution in handling the unit/product were


observed.

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