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25R-S100

SERVICE MANUAL
S21P825R-S100

COLOR TELEVISION

Chassis No. SN-012

MODEL

25R-S100

In the interests of user-safety (Required by safety regulations in some countries) the set should be restored to its original condition and only parts identical to those specified should be used.

CONTENTS
Page » ELECTRICAL SPECIFICATIONS ........................................................................................................ 1 » IMPORTANT SERVICE SAFETY PRECAUTION ................................................................................ 2 » LOCATION OF USER'S CONTROL .................................................................................................... 4 » INSTALLATION AND SERVICE INSTRUCTIONS ............................................................................... 5 » CHASSIS LAYOUT ............................................................................................................................ 11 » BLOCK DIAGRAM ............................................................................................................................. 12 » SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS .................................................................................................................. 13 » PRINTED WIRING BOARD ASSEMBLIES ....................................................................................... 19 » REPLACEMENT PARTS LIST ........................................................................................................... 22 » PACKING OF THE SET ..................................................................................................................... 29

ELECTRICAL SPECIFICATIONS
POWER INPUT ..................................................... 120 V AC 60 Hz POWER RATING .................................................................. 100 W PICTURE SIZE ........................................... 2,032cm2 (315sq inch) CONVERGENCE ............................................................. Magnetic SWEEP DEFLECTION .................................................... Magnetic FOCUS ............................................... Hi-Bi-Potential Electrostatic INTERMEDIATE FREQUENCIES Picture IF Carrier Frequency ..................................... 45.75 MHz Sound IF Carrier Frequency ...................................... 41.25 MHz Color Sub-Carrier Frequency .................................... 42.17 MHz (Nominal) AUDIO POWER ..................... 1.5 W+1.5 W (at 10% distortion and Dual CH Operate) SPEAKER SIZE ...................................................................... 8 cm (Round) VOICE COIL IMPEDANCE ............................. 32 ohm at 400 Hz ANTENNA INPUT IMPEDANCE VHF/UHF ..................................................... 75 ohm Unbalanced TUNING RANGES VHF-Channels ............................................................... 2 thru 13 UHF-Channels ............................................................ 14 thru 69 CATV Channels ........................................................... 1 thru 125 (EIA, Channel Plan U.S.A.)

Specifications are subject to change without prior notice.
This document has been published to be used for after sales service only. The contents are subject to change without notice.

SHARP CORPORATION
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25R-S100

IMPORTANT SERVICE SAFETY PRECAUTION
Service work should be performed only by qualified service technicians who are thoroughly familiar with all safety checks and the servicing guidelines which follow: WARNING
1. For continued safety, no modification of any circuit should be attempted. 2. Disconnect AC power before servicing. 3. Semiconductor heat sinks are potential shock hazards when the chassis is operating. 4. The chassis in this receiver has two ground systems which are separated by insulating material. The nonisolated (hot) ground system is for the B+ voltage regulator circuit and the horizontal output circuit. The isolated ground system is for the low B+ DC voltages and the secondary circuit of the high voltage transformer. To prevent electrical shock use an isolation transformer between the line cord and power receptacle, when servicing this chassis. CAUTION: FOR CONTINUED PROTECTION AGAINST A RISK OF FIRE, REPLACE ONLY WITH SAME TYPE 4A125V FUSE.

X-RADIATION AND HIGH VOLTAGE LIMITS
1. Be sure all service personnel are aware of the procedures and instructions covering X-radiation. The only potential source of X-ray in current solid state TV receivers is the picture tube. However, the picture tube does not emit measurable X-Ray radiation, if the high voltage is as specified in the "High Voltage Check" instructions. It is only when high voltage is excessive that Xradiation is capable of penetrating the shell of the picture tube including the lead in the glass material. The important precaution is to keep the high voltage below the maximum level specified. 2. It is essential that servicemen have available at all times an accurate high voltage meter. The calibration of this meter should be checked periodically. 3. High voltage should always be kept at the rated value −no higher. Operation at higher voltages may cause a failure of the picture tube or high voltage circuitry and;also, under certain conditions, may produce radiation in exceeding of desirable levels. 4. When the high voltage regulator is operating properly there is no possibility of an X-radiation problem. Every time a color chassis is serviced, the brightness should be tested while monitoring the high voltage with a meter to be certain that the high voltage does not exceed the specified value and that it is regulating correctly. 5. Do not use a picture tube other than that specified or make unrecommended circuit modifications to the high voltage circuitry. 6. When trouble shooting and taking test measurements on a receiver with excessive high voltage, avoid being unnecessarily close to the receiver. Do not operate the receiver longer than is necessary to locate the cause of excessive voltage.

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SERVICING OF HIGH VOLTAGE SYSTEM AND PICTURE TUBE When servicing the high voltage system, remove the static charge by connecting a 10k ohm resistor in series with an insulated wire (such as a test probe) between the picture tube ground and the anode lead. (AC line cord should be disconnected from AC outlet.)
1. Picture tube in this receiver employs integral implosion protection. 2. Replace with tube of the same type number for continued safety. 3. Do not lift picture tube by the neck. 4. Handle the picture tube only when wearing shatterproof goggles and after discharging the high voltage anode completely.

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• Using two clip leads. AC VOLTMETER 1. perform the following safety checks.) and measure the AC voltage drop across the resistor. wattage. Inspect all protective devices such as non-metallic control knobs. mechanical insulators.5k ohm 10W 0. escutcheon. etc. may create shock. nor can protection afforded by them be necessarily increased by using replacement components rated for higher voltage. metal cabinet. AII checks must be repeated with the AC line cord plug connection reversed. a nonpolarized adapter plug must be used only for the purpose of completing these check. fire.5 milliamp. 3. isolation resistor-capacity networks. replacement parts must be identical to those used in the original circuit. such as electrical conduit or electrical ground connected to earth ground.25R-S100 IMPORTANT SERVICE SAFETY PRECAUTION (Continued) BEFORE RETURNING THE RECEIVER (Fire & Shock Hazard) Before returning the receiver to the user. To be sure that no shock hazard exists. 10 watt resistor paralleled by a 0. insulating materials. • Connect the resistor connection to all exposed metal parts having a return to the chassis (antenna. Replacement parts which have these special safety characteristics are identified in this manual.) Any current measured must not exceed 0.5k ohm. For continued protection. X-radiation or other hazards. check for leakage current in the following manner. Inspect all lead dress to make certain that leads are not pinched or that hardware is not lodged between the chassis and other metal parts in the receiver. etc.15µF capacitor in series with all exposed metal cabinet parts and a known earth ground. • Plug the AC cord directly into a 120 volt AC outlet. cabinet backs. 2. or higher. 1. (Do not use an isolation transformer for this test). Any measurements not within the limits outlined above indicate of a potential shock hazard and corrective action must be taken before returning the instrument to the customer. These characteristics are often not evident from visual inspection. • Use an AC voltmeter having with 5000 ohm per volt. etc. (If necessary. screw heads. knobs and control shafts. electrical components having such features are identified by "å" and shaded areas in the Replacement Parts Lists and Schematic Diagrams.15µF TEST PROBE TO EXPOSED METAL PARTS CONNECT TO KNOWN EARTH GROUND 21210987654321098765432109876543212109876543210987654321098765432121098765432109876543210987654321 21210987654321098765432109876543212109876543210987654321098765432121098765432109876543210987654321 21210987654321098765432109876543212109876543210987654321098765432121098765432109876543210987654321 SAFETY NOTICE Many electrical and mechanical parts in television receivers have special safety-related characteristics. The use of substitute replacement parts which do not have the same safety characteristics as the factory recommended replacement parts shown in this service manual. adjustment and compartment covers or shields. 21210987654321098765432109876543212109876543210987654321098765432121098765432109876543210987654321 21210987654321098765432109876543212109876543210987654321098765432121098765432109876543210987654321 21210987654321098765432109876543212109876543210987654321098765432121098765432109876543210987654321 3 . connect a 1. sensitivity to measure the AC voltage drop across the resistor.

POWER Infrared Transmitter Window DISPLAY Press → Displays receiving channel for four seconds. C and D. you can program your favorite programs by using the 4 categories A. Press again → Off. • The degree of illumination will decrease with time and depending on the temperature. DVD/VCR CONTROL TV DVD VCR DISPLAY INPUT 1 4 7 FLASHBACK 2 5 8 0 3 6 9 ENTER 100 D VOL + PERSONAL PREFERENCE A VOL — CH MENU CATV DVD B C CH MUTE TV VCR REW PAUSE PLAY STOP FF REC CH/SKIP ” mark of the MENU MUTE Press → Mutes sound. VIDEO/AUDIO IN2 TERMINALS CHANNEL UP/DOWN ( ) Selects next higher channel. INPUT Press → Switch to external video INPUT 1 mode. • In menu mode. • CLOSED CAPTION appears when sound is muted. VOLUME UP/DOWN (+) Increases sound. • Temporarily displays receiving channel when in Closed Caption mode.25R-S100 LOCATION OF USER'S CONTROL Front Panel POWER Press → On. Press again → Exits MAIN MENU. SENSOR AREA FOR REMOTE CONTROL MENU Press → Accesses MAIN MENU. • Moves the “ screens. TV • CATV • VCR • DVD REMOTE KEYPAD Accesses any channel from keypad. when using the REMOTE KEYPAD button. • The phosphorescent material contains no radioactive or toxic material. Basic Remote Control Functions POWER Press → On. To use the glow-in-the-dark display on the remote control. CHANNEL UP/DOWN ( ) Selects next higher channel. PERSONAL PREFERENCE With the Personal Preference buttons. In CATV/DVD position. MENU Press → Accesses MAIN MENU. FLASHBACK Returns to previous channel. 4 . Press 3 times → Switch back to the original TV mode. (–) Decreases sound. sends power and channel select commands (Channel up/down and Random Access buttons) to the TV and VCR control. The channels can be accessed quickly by using these buttons. so it is safe to use. • The degree of illumination will vary depending on the strength of lighting used. • Press both at the same time to access the MAIN MENU screen. Press again → Restores sound. Note: • The above shaded buttons on the Remote Control glow in the dark. VOLUME UP/DOWN (+) Increases sound. • The time needed to charge the phosphorescent display will vary depending on the surrounding lighting. sends power and channel select commands to a cable TV converter and DVD control. Press again → Exits MAIN MENU. ENTER Used in some instances where a Cable Converter Box requires an “enter” command after selecting channels. ( ) Selects next lower channel. Press again → Off. CATV/DVD-TV/VCR MODE SELECT SWITCH In TV/VCR position. place it under a fluorescent light or other lighting. • Sunlight and fluorescent lighting are the most effective when charging the display. Press again → Removes display. B. ( ) Selects next lower channel. Press 2 times → Switch to external video INPUT 2 mode. (–) Decreases sound. changes or selects the TV adjustments.

TV must be shut off. X-RADIATION PROTECTOR CIRCUIT TEST After service has been performed on the horizontal deflection system. mounted on PWB-A. make Y-mute off to the normal mode. the TV set must be on at least 15 minutes. If the operation of the horizontal oscillator does not stop in step 5. 5. If a correct reading cannot be obtained.8kV (at zero beam). 2.4V. HIGH VOLTAGE CHECK High voltage is not adjustable but must be checked to verify that the receiver is operating within safe and efficient design limitations as specified checks should be as follows: 1. Apply external 27. check circuitry for malfunctioning components. test the X-Radiation protection circuit to ascertain proper operation as follows: 1. 27. Now make sure that normal picture appears on the screen. Connect a digital voltmeter to TP653 and make sure that the voltmeter reads 21. 7. 3. Connect an accurate high voltage meter between ground and anode of picture tube.9 ±1. Enter the service mode and select the service adjustment "S03" and Bus data "01" (Y-mute on). 2.25R-S100 INSTALLATION AND SERVICE INSTRUCTIONS Note: (1) When performing any adjustments to resistor controls and transformers use non-metallic screwdrivers or TV alignment tools. Allow for warm up and adjust all customer controls for normal picture and sound. unplug the AC cord and make a short circuit between TP651 and TP652. Receive a good local channel. 6. CIRCUIT PROTECTION The receiver is protected by a 4.0A fuse (F701). To reset the protector. with a strong air signal or a properly tuned in test signal. 4. wired into one side of the AC line input. (2) Before performing adjustments.8V DC at TP653 by using an external DC supply. high voltage system. 3. Apply 120V AC using a variac transformer for accurate input voltage. After the voltage test. The voltage should be approximately. Operate receiver for at least 15 minutes at 120V AC line voltage. 4. the circuit must be repaired before the set is returned to the customer. 5 . B+ system.

5FIX VALUE as show in Figure A. Follow the steps below whenever the service adjusment is required. 3SIGNAL. Press CH UP/DOWN button to select the adjustment item and VOL UP/DOWN to adjust the data number for each categories.factory used only) 6 . Note: There are still a few analog adjustments in this series such as focus and master screen voltage. To enter the service mode and exit service mode. the bus data is converted to various analog signals by the D/A converter circuit. 4FEATURE. In the service mode. While pressing the Vol-up and Ch-up buttons at the sametime. 2. you will see the window screen as window 1. turn the television off by pressing the power button. check that customer adjustments are in the normal mode. Before putting unit into the service mode. To exit the service mode. the TV set is switched on and enters the service mode. plug the AC cord into a wall socket. Service mode. (OSD disturbance can be erased by R/C display key) (Note: EEPROM . Now. 1.25R-S100 For adjustments of this model. Window 2: DEF D01 D03 D05 RETURN Window 1: ADJUSTMENT CATEGORIES SERVICE MODE DEF SIGNAL FEATURE FIX VALUE EEPROM FIX VALUE Window 4: FEATURE M01 M03 M05 RETURN M02 FEATURE M04 Window 5: FIX VALUE F01 F02 NEXT F13 RETURN F26 F27 NEXT PREVIOUS RETURN PREVIOUS F14 F15 F16 D02 D04 D06 DEF SIGNAL Window 3: SIGNAL S01 S02 S13 RETURN S14 RETURN RETURN RETURN RETURN Figure A: ADJUSTMENT CATEGORIES Press CH UP/DOWN button for selection and enter by VOL UP or VOL DOWN. There are 4 adjustment categories 2DEF. Use the reset function in the video adjustment menu to ensure customer control are in their proper (reset) position. Service number selection.

A Below are the ranges and initial values for each adjustment and in each categories. FIX VALUE SERVICE POSITION F01 F02 F03 F04 F05 F06 F07 F08 F09 F10 F11 F12 F13 F14 F15 F16 F17 F18 F19 F20 F21 F22 F23 F24 F25 F26 F27 ADJUST ITEM OPTION 1 OPTION 2 E-SAVE TUNER SETUP R-TONE RD R-TONE BD B-TONE RD B-TONE BD FM LEVEL AFC GAIN G DRIVE FBT BLK SW V COMP OSD CONT SHARPNESS FLT SYS KILLER OP PRE SHOOT CORING DC REST BS START BS GAIN ABL START R/B ANGLE H BLK R H BLK L YC DATA RANGE INITIAL VALUE (Hex) 00-FF 00-FF 00-3F 00. 01 00. DEF SERVICE POSITION D01 D02 D03 D04 D05 D06 ADJUST ITEM H-PHASE V-SIZE V-POSITION CC-POSITION V-LINEARITY V-S-CORRECTION DATA RANGE INITIAL VALUE ADJUSTMENT CONTENTS 00-1F 00-7F 00-3F 00-FF 00-1F 00-1F 0C 40 20 1A 18 0C Must be "13" Must be "10" Table .B 7 .25R-S100 Below are the adjustments ranges and initial values for FIX VALUE category. 01 00-07 00-03 00-3F 00-07 00-07 00-03 00-03 00-03 00-03 00-03 00-07 00-0F 00-0F 00-0F 00-07 B3 07 2A 00 03 7C 00 04 16 00 0F 01 07 01 0D 01 02 00 04 02 01 01 00 08 03 00 05 B3 07 2A 00 03 7C 00 04 16 00 0F 01 07 01 19 01 02 00 04 02 01 01 00 08 03 00 04 Table . 0F 00. 01 00-7F 00-7F 00-7F 00-7F 00-1F 00.

Adjust items related to picture tube only. Adjust items related MTS only. X X IC2102 X Holding down both the Vol-up/Ch-down buttons on the TV set in the service mode for more than 2 seconds will automatically write the above initial values into IC2102. Must be "30" Note: Refer to the SERVICE ADJUSTMENT for each corresponding values.C FEATURE SERVICE POSITION M01 M02 M03 M04 M05 ADJUST ITEM MS LEVEL MTS-VCO FILTER LOW SEPARATION HIGH SEPARATION DATA RANGE INITIAL VALUE ADJUSTMENT CONTENTS 00-0F 00-3F 00-3F 00-3F 00-3F 0A 20 1C 20 1B Note: Refer to the SERVICE ADJUSTMENT for each corresponding values. IC3001 CRT X X Table .D Holding down both the Vol-up/Ch-down buttons on the TV set at service mode for more than 2 seconds will automatically write the above initial values into IC2102. ADJUSTMENT PART REPLACED IC2001 IC201 NECESSARY UNNECESSARY NOTES Data is stored in IC2102. Table . "02": V-STOP & Y-MUTE "03": Activate color killer circuit.E 8 . Table .25R-S100 SIGNAL SERVICE POSITION S01 S02 S03 S04 S05 S06 S07 S08 S09 S10 S11 S12 S13 S14 ADJUST ITEM RF AGC VIDEO LEVEL Y-MUTE SUB BIAS R-BIAS G-BIAS B-BIAS R-DRIVE B-DRIVE CONTRAST TINT COLOR BRIGHTNESS BRIGHTNESS 2 DATA RANGE INITIAL VALUE ADJUSTMENT CONTENTS 00-3F 00-07 00-03 00-FF 00-FF 00-FF 00-7F 00-7F 00-7F 00-7F 00-7F 00-7F 00-7F 00-7F 14 03 00 30 00 00 00 53 53 5A 40 40 40 40 "01": Y-MUTE. The adjustment is needed to compensate for characteristics of parts including IC201.

Enter the service mode Signal category and set the service adjustment "S04" to step 30. Receive a good local channel. Receive a good local channel. Remove probe and reset the master screen control to obtain normal brightness range. You may skip this step.5±1. Sub-Color Adjustment 1. Make sure the customer picture control is set to maximum. 3. 4. Note: You have to exit the service mode first to select another channel. (If out of spec. 7. 3. (2) For the chassis without the +B adjustment control 1. Receive a good local channel. 2. +B Adjustment (1) For the chassis with the +B adjustment control 1. 3. Connect a DC voltmeter between the +B line (at SW transformer) of R611 and the ground terminal. Select the service adjustment "S14" and adjust the data value to obtain 2. Select VIDEO ADJUSTMENT RESET on the menu to get the video reset. 8. 3. Receive a good local channel. Adjust the master screen control until the raster darkens to the point where raster is barely seen. 4. Enter the service mode and select the service adjustment "S11". 4. Adjust the service adjustment "S05" red. Make sure that the voltmeter reads 128.35 volts as shown in Figure B. 4. 2. 5. Connect a DC voltmeter between the +B line (at SW transformer) of R611 and the ground terminal. 6. Connect to oscilloscope probe between TP854 and ground of the CRT unit. Enter the service mode and select the service adjustment "S12". 3. Receive a good local channel. 2. 2. Set the data value to "02" first. 2. then adjust the data to "04". Receive a good local channel. 2. White Balance Adjustment 1. 2. (record the original data first). 9. if you selected a B/W picture or monoscope. Set the data value to point where no noise or beat appears. Adjust R738 so that the voltmeter should read 128. Then select the service adjustment "S12" and set the data value to "00" to set the color level to the minimum level. Video Level (TV Det Video Level) Adjustment 1. Select the service adjustment "S12" and set the data value to "00" to set the color level to the minimun. Alternately adjust the service adjustment data of "S08" and "S09" until a good grey scale with normal white is obtained. RF AGC Adjustment 1. 3. if you selected a B/W picture or monoscope pattern. Select the service a adjustment "S03" and reset data to "00". 3. Enter the service mode and select the service adjustment "S13".5V/-0. 4. 2. Receive a good local channel. Enter the service mode signal category and select the service adjustment "S02". Select the service adjustment "S03" and set the data value to "01" to turn off the luminance signal (Y-mute). Set the customer tint control to the center of it’s range.5+0. 2.5V. Sub-Tint Adjustment 1.) Sub-Picture Adjustment 1. "S06" green. Set also the "S05/S06/S07" data to minimum level ("00"). "S07" blue to obtain a good grey scale with normal white at low brightness level.35 Vdc GND Figure B: WAVEFORM FOR SCREEN ADJUSTMENT 9 . 2. Enter the service mode and select the service adjustment "S10". Receive a good local channel. Sub-Brightness Adjustment 1. Adjust the data value to achieve normal contrast range.25V. Make sure the customer color control is set to center position. readjust the data in the range of "00" to "07" to obtain a normal contrast level. 4. Screen Adjustment 1. Enter the service mode signal category and select the service adjustment "S01". Make sure the customer brightness control is set to center position. 3.25R-S100 Ë SERVICE ADJUSTMENT Note: Before making the service adjustment. Select the service adjustment "S12" and reset data to obtain normal color level. Receive a good local channel. Select another channel to confirm that no noise or beat appears. Select VIDEO ADJUSTMENT RESET on the menu to get the video reset. Adjust "S13" data value to obtain normal brightness level. Receive a good local channel. 3. You may skip this step. Adjust "S12" data value to obtain normal color level. 4. make the bus data settings. 4. 4. 3. Select the service adjustment "S12" and reset data to obtain normal color level. Adjust "S11" data value to obtain normal fresh tones. 2.

300Hz 3. 4. 2. Receive a good local channel. Adjust the data until the AC voltage reading of the rms voltmeter is minimum. Adjust "D03" bus data to get the most acceptable vertical position. Adjust the data so that the rms voltmeter reads 490 ±10mVrms. 3. "D06" for V-S Correction and set the data to get the best linearity. Adjust the data so that the frequency counter reads 62. Adjust the data until the AC voltage reading of the rms voltmeter is minimum. 4. 3. Composite stereo signal: 30% modulation. 3. V-Linearity and V-S Correction Adjustments 1. MTS Level Adjustment 1.94 ±0. Receive a good local channel. 3kHz 6. Adjust "D04" data value to balance the text box position in the center. 2. Enter the service mode and select the service adjustment "M01". 2. Receive the following composite stereo signal 2. Enter the service mode and select the service adjustment "M05". MTS VCO Adjustment Horizontal Position Adjustment 1. 2. Stereo signal: 30% modulation. Connect the frequency counter to pin (39) of IC3001. Caption Position Adjustment (Horizontal) 1. Adjust "D01" data value to center the picture. 4.) Filter Adjustment 1. Connect the rms voltmeter to pin (39) of IC3001. 2. 1. Receive the following composite stereo signal 1. Enter the service mode and select the service adjustment "M03". 50V) in between positive(+) side of C3005 and ground. 8. Set in order "D05" for V-Linearity. 3. Enter the service mode and select the service adjustment "M02" 5. (A=B). 245mVrms 2. "D05" for VLinearity and "D06" for V-S Correction Adjustment.75kHz. below) 4. Receive a good local channel. Stereo pilot signal: 9. 3. Connect a capacitor (100µF. Enter the service mode DEF category and select the adjustment "D01". Adjust the data at the point where "OK" appears on the screen. left channel only. noise reduction on. 2. Feed the following monaural signal to pin (14) of IC3001. Keep the unit in no-signal state. (see Figure C. 5. 3. Take the above steps 1 thru 7 again for fine adjustment. The "OK" represents the approximate center of the adjustable range of the data. Enter the service mode DEF category and select the adjustment "D04". A black text box will appear on the screen. Enter the service mode and select the service adjustment "M04". Monaural signal: 300Hz. Then adjust "D02" data until it become a proper vertical size. (Push once move 4 steps. Feed the following stereo pilot signal to pin (14) of IC3001 . 600mVrms. 7. Enter the service mode DEF category and select the adjustment "D03". noise reduction on. 4. A B Figure C. Connect the rms voltmeter to pin (39) of IC3001. Separation Adjustment 1. Vertical-Phase Adjustment 1.25R-S100 Ë MTS ADJUSTMENT Vertical-Size. Note: The step range is 20 (32)+12 (3 steps)/ -20 (5 steps). 2.4kHz. 3. left channel only. Enter the service mode DEF category and select the adjustment "D02" for Vertical Size. 10 . Receive a good local channel.

25R-S100 CHASSIS LAYOUT H PWB-B G PWB-A F E D C B A 1 2 3 4 5 6 11 .

25R-S100 BLOCK DIAGRAM H G F E D C B A 1 2 3 4 5 6 12 .

line voltage set at 120V AC and all controls set for normal picture unless otherwise indicated. (P=pF=µµF) 4. VOLTAGE MEASUREMENT CONDITIONS: 1. The wave shapes at the red. WAVEFORM MEASUREMENT CONDITIONS: 1. M=MΩ) 2. unless otherwise noted. (K=kΩ=1000Ω. green and blue cathodes of the picture tube depend on the tint. ' MARK= X-RAY RELATED PARTS.) å AND SHADED ( ) COMPONENTS = SAFETY RELATED PARTS. 5. indicates waveform check points (See chart. All capacitors are µ F. WAVE FORMS 13 . All resistors are 1/16 watt. Photographs taken on a standard gated color bar signal. unless otherwise noted.25R-S100 DESCRIPTION OF SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM NOTES: 1. 2. waveforms are measured from point indicated to chassis ground. indicates line isolated ground. This circuit diagram is a standard one. the tint setting adjusted for proper color. All voltages measured with 1000µ V B & W or Color signal. 2. 3. (G) indicates ±2% tolerance may be used. printed circuits may be subject to change for product improvement without prior notice. color level and picture control. The unit of resistance "ohm" is omitted. All DC voltages are measured with DVM connected between points indicated and chassis ground.

25R-S100 SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM: MAIN-1 Unit H G F E D C B A 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 14 15 .

25R-S100 SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM: MAIN-2 Unit H G F E D C B A 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 16 17 .

25R-S100 SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM: CRT Unit H G F E D C B A 1 2 3 4 5 6 18 .

25R-S100 PRINTED WIRING BOARD ASSEMBLIES H G F E D PWB-B: CRT Unit (Wiring Side) C B A 1 2 3 4 5 6 19 .

25R-S100 H G F E D C B A PWB-A: MAIN Unit (Wiring Side) 1 2 3 4 5 6 20 .

25R-S100 H G F E D C B A PWB-A: MAIN Unit (Chip Parts Side) 1 2 3 4 5 6 21 .

NO. electrical components having such features are identified by å and shaded areas in the Replacement Parts Lists and Schematic Diagrams. in USA: 2. 4.RAY RELATED PARTS 5 Description Code Ref. å TU51 VTUVTST5UF740 X Tuner AX or VTUENV56DA1G3 Contact your nearest SHARP Parts Distributor to order. VHiPST994C/-1 J PST994C VHiBR2416E2-1 J BR24C16F or VHiSLA24C16-1 VHiCXA2074Q-1 J CXA2074Q VHiAN7511//-1 J AN7511 AS AK AR AL AE MARK: X.C) X DY (V101: A63AFW32X or A63AFW36X) DY (V101: A63AHC26X) DY (V101: A63QDB891X) X Degaussing Coil X Spring J Purity Magnet X Grounding Strap BB å å IC751 IC771 IC1401 IC2001 IC2040 IC2102 IC3001 IC3371 Q101 AE AE AE AT AD AK AY AK AA AC AB AC AA AC AD AP AA AC AA AB 'å DY601 RCiLH0109GJZZ or RCiLH0110GJZZ or RCiLH0111GJZZ å L703 RCiLG0036MEZZ or RCiLG0038MEZZ MSPRT0002MEZZ PMAGF3046CEZZ QEARC2508MEZZ TRANSISTORS AN AE AF AG Q201 Q301 Q451 Q452 Q491 Q601 å Q602 Q631 Q651 Q652 Q653 VS2SC3198-Y-1 or VS2SC945AQ/-1 VS2SC2735//1E VS2SC3928R/-1 or VS2PD601AR/-1 VS2SB709AR/-1 VS2SA1266-Y-1 VS2SB709AR/-1 VS2SC2482//-1 VS2SD2539//1E or VS2SD2634++-1 VS2SC3198-Y-1 or VS2SC945AQ/-1 VS2SB709AR/-1 VS2SA1266-Y-1 VS2SC3928R/-1 or VS2PD601AR/-1 J 2SC3198-Y J 2SC2735 J 2SC3928R J J J J J 2SB709AR 2SA1266-Y 2SB709AR 2SC2482 2SD2539 J 2SC3198-Y J 2SB709AR J 2SA1266-Y J 2SC3928R 22 . Part No. PRINTED WIRING BOARD ASSEMBLIES (NOT REPLACEMENT ITEM) PWB-A DUNTKA462WEV1 – MAIN Unit PWB-B DUNTK9510WEW2 – CRT Unit — — "HOW TO ORDER REPLACEMENT PARTS" To have your order filled promptly and correctly. fire or other hazards. No. PICTURE TUBE 'å V101 VB63AFW32X/~S or VB63AHC26X/~S or VB63QD891X/~S or VB63AFW36X/~S or VB63AFW36031E X CRT (DY601: CiLH0109GJ) CC CRT (DY601: CiLH0110GJ) CRT (DY601: CiLH0111GJ) CRT (DY601: CiLH0109GJ) CRT (I. PART NO. REF.C.25R-S100 Ref. MODEL NUMBER 3. The use of a substitute replacement part which dose no have the same safety characteristic as the factory recommended replacement parts shown in this service manual may create shock. please furnish the following informations. VHiAN7511//-1 J AN7511 VHiLA7840//-1 J LA7840 VHiTEA1507/-1 J TEA1507P/N1 RH-FX0034CEZZ J PC817 or RH-FX0002GEZZ or RH-FX0029CEZZ VHiKA7809AP-1 J KA7809API VHiKA7805AP-1 J KA7805API or VHiTA7805S/-1 VHiMM1111XF1E J MM1111XFBE RH-iX3528CEZZQ X I. 1. 5 Description Code Ref. Part No.T. DESCRIPTION PWB-A: DUNTKA462WEV1 MAIN UNIT TUNER NOTE: THE PARTS HERES SHOWN ARE SUPPLIED AS AN ASSEMBLY BUT NOT INDEPENEDENTLY. For location of SHARP Parts Distributor.C. Please call TollFree. No. No. 1-800-BE-SHARP 5 MARK: SPARE PARTS-DELIVERY SECTION 'å ' INTEGRATED CIRCUITS IC201 IC351 å IC501 å IC701 å IC702 RH-iX3354CEN1 X I. Part No. 5 Description Code PARTS LIST PARTS REPLACEMENT Replacement parts which have these special safety characteristics identified in this manual.

5.25R-S100 Ref.6V J Diode J Diode J Diode J Diode J Diode J Diode J Varistor AA AC AB AB AC AC AB AE PACKAGED CIRCUITS PR701 RMPTP0092CEZZ J Packaged Circuit X801 RCRSB0001PEZZ R Crystal or RCRSB0205CEZZ AH AL D661 D701 J Diode J Diode FILTERS AND COILS CF2040 SF201 L201 L203 L204 L301 å L701 RFiLA0099CEZZ RFiLC0405CEZZ VP-XF1R2K0000 VP-XF220K0000 RCiLi0632CEZZ VP-XF150K0000 RCiLF0078PEZZ or RCILF0025PEZZ L705 RCiLP0179CEZZ L2040 RCiLB0131CEZZ J J J J J J R Ceramic Filter SAW Filter Peaking 1.1V Diode Zener Diode. 32V Zener Diode. 2. Part No. No.2µH Peaking 22µH IF Coil Peaking 15µH Coil AE AH AB AB AE AB AF AD AE å å D702 J Diode AC J Coil J Oscillation Coil 23 . 9. No.7V Diode D502 D511 D632 D641 ' å D651 ' å D653 D654 å å RH-DX0154CEZZ or RH-DX0490CEZZ or RH-DX0279CEZZ å D704 RH-DX0154CEZZ or RH-DX0490CEZZ or RH-DX0279CEZZ D707 VHD1SS119//-1 or VHD1SS244//-1 D708 VHD1SS119//-1 or VHD1SS244//-1 å D709 RH-DX0229CEZZ å D712 VHDD1NS4///-1 or RH-DX0302CEZZ or RH-DX0468CEZZ or RH-DX0513CEZZ or RH-DX0487CEZZ or RH-DX0488CEZZ D717 RH-EX0616GEZZ å D725 RH-DX0131CEZZ or RH-DX0468CEZZ D726 VHD1SS119//-1 or RH-DX0475CEZZ D732 VHD1SS119//-1 or RH-DX0475CEZZ D753 RH-DX0441CEZZ or RH-DX0110CEZZ å D758 RH-DX0131CEZZ D2201 VHD1SS119//-1 or RH-DX0475CEZZ å VA701 RH-VX0048CEZZ or RH-VX0035CEZZ or RH-VX0019CEZZ or RH-VX0074CEZZ å D703 J Diode AC J Diode J Diode J Diode J Diode AB AB AF AE J Zener Diode.1V Diode AA AC AA AB AB AA AA AA AB AB AB AB AB AC AC AA AA AB AB AB AE AC DIODES J Diode J Diode J Diode J Diode J J J J J J J Diode Diode Zener Diode.6V Zener Diode. 9. 5. å Part No. 5 Description Code Ref. 5. 5 J Diode Description Code AC PWB-A: DUNTKA462WEV1 MAIN UNIT (Continued) å Q701 VSSPP07N60C-1 or VSSPP07N60S-1 or VSSPP04N60C-1 or VS2SK2708//1E or VS2SK2645//-G or VSSTP6NC60+-1 or VSSTP6NC60F-1 or VSSTP7NB60F-1 Q702 VS2SC3198-Y-1 or VS2SC945AQ/-1 Q703 VS2SB709AR/-1 Q752 VS2SC3198-Y-1 or VS2SC945AQ/-1 Q2201 VS2SC3928R/-1 or VS2PD601AR/-1 Q2211 VS2SC3928R/-1 D52 D101 D453 D455 D494 D495 D496 D497 RH-EX0676GEZZ RH-EX0616GEZZ RH-EX0616GEZZ VHD1SS119//-1 or RH-DX0475CEZZ VHD1SS119//-1 or RH-DX0475CEZZ VHD1SS119//-1 or RH-DX0475CEZZ VHD1SS119//-1 or RH-DX0475CEZZ VHD1SS119//-1 or RH-DX0475CEZZ RH-DX0131CEZZ RH-DX0441CEZZ RH-EX0630GEZZ RH-EX0630GEZZ VHD1SS244//-1 RH-EX0666GEZZ VHD1SS119//-1 or RH-DX0475CEZZ RH-DX0468CEZZ or RH-DX0229CEZZ RH-DX0154CEZZ or RH-DX0490CEZZ or RH-DX0279CEZZ RH-DX0154CEZZ or RH-DX0490CEZZ or RH-DX0279CEZZ X FET AF J 2SC3198-Y J 2SB709AR J 2SC3198-Y J 2SC3928R J 2SC3928R J J J J Zener Diode.1V Zener Diode.

0 10 0. C520 VCEA0A1HW107M J 100 50V EL. or RVR-M4628GEZZ or RVR-M4336CEZZ C705 C706 CAPACITORS [EL. EL. AC AB AG AL AC AB AD AC AA AA AA AB AD AB AB AA AC AA AC AB AD AD AB AB AB AA AA AA AB AB AA AB AB AB AA AA AB AB AB å å J 0.25R-S100 Ref. M-Poly. EL. Mylar Ceramic Ceramic Ceramic EL. C456 VCEA0A1HW106M J 10 50V EL. C515 VCEA0A1HW475M J 4.7 50V EL.47 50V EL. Ceramic Ceramic Ceramic Ceramic EL. C210 VCEA0A1HW474M J 0.0 50V EL. Ceramic Ceramic Ceramic EL.7 50V EL. EL. å J 0. EL. Ceramic Ceramic EL. Plastic Code AB AB AC AD PWB-A: DUNTKA462WEV1 MAIN UNIT (Continued) TRANSFORMERS å T601 T602 T702 R738 'å å RTRNZ0057PEZZ R Transformer or RTRNZ0731CEZZ RTRNF0049MEZZ X H-Volt Transformer RTRNW0001GJZZ X Transformer CONTROLS 'å J 0.1 47 1000p 560p 500V 160V 160V 2kV 500V 16V 25V 50V 50V 50V 25V 2kV 50V 25V 500V 2kV Ceramic Ceramic EL. Ceramic EL. C491 VCEA0A1CW107M J 100 16V EL.01 50V Ceramic C510 VCEA0A1VW477M J 470 35V EL.01 50V Ceramic C635 VCEA0A1HW105M J 1. ··· Electrolytic. C516 VCKYCY1HB222K J 2200p 50V Ceramic C517 VCEA0A1CW226M J 22 16V EL. C451 VCQYTA1HM104K J 0. C637 VCEA0A1CW476M J 47 16V EL.2 50V EL. C53 VCEA0A1HW105M J 1.22 63V Mylar C513 VCFYSA1JB473J J 0. C511 VCCSPA2HL180K J 18p 500V Ceramic C512 VCFYSA1JB224J+ X 0.1 25V Ceramic C301 VCCCCY1HH220J J 22p 50V Ceramic C302 VCKYCY1HB102K J 1000p 50V Ceramic C303 VCCCCY1HH331J J 330p 50V Ceramic C304 VCCCCY1HH220J J 22p 50V Ceramic C305 VCKYCY1HB103K J 0.22 Description 50V 50V 16V AC250V EL. C358 VCEA0A1HW106M J 10 50V EL. C652 VCEA0A1HW475M J 4.01 J 0.01 0.015 25V Ceramic C633 VCEA0A1AW337M+X 330 10V EL.7 50V EL. EL.01 50V Ceramic C414 VCEA0A1HW225M J 2. C361 VCEA0A1CW227M J 220 16V EL. Part No.0 50V EL. EL.01 68p 0.1 47 10 10 16V 250V 16V 16V 16V 50V 50V 50V 25V 50V 50V 16V 50V 50V 50V 25V 25V 16V 50V 50V 24 .047 0.1 0.01 50V Ceramic C204 VCQYTA1HM223K J 0. C220 VCKYCY1EF104Z J 0.01 50V Ceramic C356 VCKYCY1HB332K J 3300p 50V Ceramic C357 VCEA0A1HW106M J 10 50V EL. C54 VCEA0A1HW475M J 4.01 50V Ceramic C206 VCKYCY1HB102K J 1000p 50V Ceramic C207 VCEA0A1CW476M J 47 16V EL.047 63V Mylar C514 VCEA0A1VW477M J 470 35V EL. EL. Ceramic Ceramic EL. EL.0 50V EL. EL. EL.01 22 820p 0. C492 VCKYCY1HF103Z J 0. C632 VCKYCY1EB153K J 0.01 50V Ceramic C202 VCKYCY1HF103Z J 0.18 470 0. C653 C654 C662 å C701 AK AY AN C702 AE C703 å Part No.47 50V EL.51 200V M-Poly. EL.7 50V EL. C411 VCEA0A1AW108M J 1000 10V EL.33 50V Mylar C531 VCFYFA1HA564J J 0.0033 AC250V Ceramic AC AB AB AB AA AA AA AB AA AA AB AA AB AB AB AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AB AB AC AC AA AB AB AC AB AB AC AA AB AA AF AC AB AB AA AB AB AB AB AA AA AG AF AA AE AA AB AB AB C710 C717 C723 å C725 C726 C727 C730 C731 C732 C735 C736 C737 C738 C739 C740 C742 C743 C750 C753 C754 C758 C760 C771 C772 C783 C784 C801 C807 C808 C809 C811 C812 C901 C925 C1401 C1402 C1403 C1405 C1406 J 560p 2kV J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J 4700p 100 220 560p 4700p 1000 330 0. VCEA0A1HW105M VCFYSA1HB184J VCEA0A1CW477M RC-FZ037SCEZZ or RC-FZ012SGEZZ or RC-FZ017SGEZZ or RC-FZ029SGEZZ RC-KZ0029CEZZ or RC-KZ0016CEZZ RC-KZ0029CEZZ or RC-KZ0016CEZZ RC-EZ1336CEZZ or RC-EZ0800CEZZ RC-KZ0092GEZZ or RC-KZ021SCEZZ or RC-KZ009SCEZZ or RC-KZ0106GEZZ VCKYPH3DB561K or RC-KZ0338CEZZ VCKYPA2HB472K RC-EZ0724CEZZ RC-EZ0809CEZZ VCKYPH3DB561K or RC-KZ0338CEZZ VCKYPA2HB472K VCEA0A1CW108M VCEA0A1EW337M VCKYCY1HF103Z VCCCCY1HH680J VCKYCY1HF103Z VCEA0A1EW226M RC-KZ0040CEZZ or RC-KZ0340CEZZ VCEA0A1HW104M VCEA0A1EW476M VCKYPA2HB102K VCKYPH3DB561K or RC-KZ0338CEZZ VCKYCY1HF103Z VCKYPH3DB561K or RC-KZ0338CEZZ VCEA0A1CW476M VCEA0A2EW106M VCEA0A1CW108M VCEA0A1CW476M VCEA0A1CW476M VCQYTA1HM103K VCKYCY1HF103Z VCCCCY1HH180J VCKYCY1EF104Z VCEA0A1HW106M VCEA0A1HW105M VCKYCY1CB473K VCEA0A1HW474M VCEA0A1HW105M VCEA0A1HW106M VCKYCY1EF104Z VCKYCY1EF104Z VCEA0A1CW476M VCEA0A1HW106M VCEA0A1HW106M 5 J J J J 1.01 50V Ceramic C209 VCEA0A1HW105M J 1. No.47 1. C530 VCFYFA1HA334J J 0. C101 VCEA0A1CW476M J 47 16V EL. C412 VCKYCY1HF103Z J 0.8kV Plastic C612 VCFPVC2DB514J X 0.01 50V J 560p 2kV J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J 47 10 1000 47 47 0.1 50V Mylar C454 VCEA0A1HW475M J 4. AC AC AQ AC RVR-M4588CEZZ+ X 22k (B) 130V Adj.0 0. EL.0 50V EL.022 50V Mylar C205 VCKYCY1HB103K J 0. C212 VCEA0A1HW474M J 0.01 18p 0. 5 Description Code Ref.1 10 1.01 J 560 AC250V Ceramic AC250V Ceramic 200V EL. Mylar EL.01 50V Ceramic C203 VCKYCY1HF103Z J 0. Ceramic EL.56 50V Mylar C606 VCKYPA2HB561K J 560p 500V Ceramic C607 VCKYPA1HB472K J 4700p 50V Ceramic ' å C610 RC-FZ1018CEZZ X 12600p 1.0 0. C416 VCEA0A1HW105M J 1. C208 VCKYCY1HF103Z J 0.··· Metalized Polypro Film] C51 VCEA0A1AW108M J 1000 10V EL. No. C201 VCKYCY1HF103Z J 0. C634 VCKYCY1HF103Z J 0.

7 10 1. VRS-CY1JF100J J 10 1/16W M-Ox. M-Ox. VRS-CY1JF101J J 100 1/16W M-Ox. Ceramic Ceramic EL.0k 1. M-Ox. M-Ox. VRS-CY1JF101J J 100 1/16W M-Ox. M-Ox. M-Ox. VRS-CY1JF151J J 150 1/16W M-Ox.7k 4. Carbon M-Ox. VRS-CY1JF000J J 0 1/16W M-Ox. M-Ox. Ceramic Ceramic Ceramic EL.1 0. M-Film M-Film Carbon M-Ox.0 0. VRS-CY1JF000J J 0 1/16W M-Ox. Carbon Carbon M-Ox.7 4. M-Ox.7 120 3. VRS-CY1JF1R0J J 1. VRS-CY1JF000J J 0 1/16W M-Ox. EL. EL.01 220 4. EL.0k 33k 10k 1. M-Ox. Carbon M-Ox.7k 10k 1. AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AE AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA 25 . M-Ox.7 2700p 0.25R-S100 Ref.5k 33k 100 10k 0 8. No. M-Ox. Ceramic Ceramic EL. M-Ox.0 1. VRS-CY1JF104J J 100k 1/16W M-Ox.7 4. EL.0k 1. Carbon Carbon Carbon M-Ox. VRS-CY1JF000J J 0 1/16W M-Ox.7k 2. M-Ox. VRS-CY1JF000J J 0 1/16W M-Ox.047 3.3 0.8k 27 1. M-Ox.0k 150k 10k 27k Description 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/8W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/8W 1/2W 1/8W 1/2W 1/8W 1/16W 1/8W 1/4W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/2W 1/2W 1/2W 2W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 3W 1/8W 1/8W 3W 1W 1/2W 7W 1W 1/8W 1/16W 1/8W 1W 1/2W 1/16W 1/4W 1W 1/2W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W M-Ox. VRS-CY1JF000J J 0 1/16W M-Ox.9k 10k 1. VRS-CY1JF000J J 0 1/16W M-Ox.2k 3.0k 560k 270k 56k 1.0 270 33k 1. M-Ox.7k 5. M-Ox.3 4. VRS-CY1JF152J J 1. M-Ox.0 1/16W M-Ox. VRD-RA2EE151J J 150 1/4W Carbon VRS-CY1JF123J J 12k 1/16W M-Ox. Carbon Carbon Carbon M-Ox. VRS-RG3LB223J+ X 22k 3.0k 0 680k 390 1. M-Ox. M-Ox. EL.8k 1/16W M-Ox. Ceramic Ceramic EL. M-Film··· Metal Film] VRS-CY1JF000J J 0 1/16W M-Ox.7k 4. Code AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AE AA AA AA AA AE AA AA AA AA AF AA AA AF AE AA AD AE AA AA AA AE AA AA AA AE AE AA AA AA AA PWB-A: DUNTKA462WEV1 MAIN UNIT (Continued) C2001 C2002 C2003 C2004 C2006 C2040 C2041 C2060 C2061 C2062 C2201 C2202 C2203 C2601 C2602 C3001 C3002 C3003 C3004 C3005 C3006 C3007 C3008 C3009 C3010 C3011 C3012 C3013 C3014 C3015 C3016 C3017 C3018 C3374 C3375 C3376 C3501 C3502 C3503 VCCCCY1HH101J VCCCCY1HH101J VCKYCY1EF104Z VCKYCY1EF104Z VCKYCY1HF103Z VCEA0A1AW107M VCEA0A1HW105M VCKYCY1EF104Z VCKYCY1HB222K VCEA0A1AW107M VCKYCY1HB682K VCCCCY1HH151J VCCCCY1HH331J VCEA0A1CW476M VCCCCY1HH101J VCEA0A1HW475M VCKYCY1HB562K VCKYCY1EB123K VCEA0A1HW105M VCEA0A1HW475M VCEA0A1HW106M VCEA0A1HW475M VCKYCY1HF103Z VCEA0A1CW227M VCEA0A1HW475M VCEA0A1HW475M VCEA0A1HW475M VCKYCY1HB272K VCKYCY1CB473K VCEACA1HC335K VCEA0A1HW475M VCEACA1CC106K VCEA0A1HW105M VCEA0A1HW225M VCEA0A1HW225M VCKYCY1HB332K VCEA0A1HW106M VCEA0A1HW475M VCEA0A1HW475M J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J X J J J J J J J J J 100p 100p 0.01 100 1.9k 2. Carbon M-Ox.0k 1. VRS-CY1JF000J J 0 1/16W M-Ox. 5 Description Code Ref.0k 1.7k 4. VRS-CY1JF331J J 330 1/16W M-Ox. VRS-CY1JF823J J 82k 1/16W M-Ox. No.012 1. M-Ox. M-Ox. R211 R212 R220 R301 R302 R304 R305 R306 R308 R354 R355 R357 R359 R401 R402 R403 R404 R405 R411 R412 R413 R414 R426 R427 R431 R432 å R451 R453 R454 R455 R456 R457 R458 R461 R462 R491 R492 R493 R494 R496 R497 R512 R513 R514 R515 R516 R517 R518 R519 R520 R522 R523 R525 R527 å R604 R605 R606 å R607 å R609 R610 R611 å R620 R622 R623 R624 å R626 R634 R635 R636 å R641 ' å R651 ' å R653 ' å R654 ' å R655 R656 Part No. EL.0k 0 0 0 2.0k 1.33 2. M-Ox. EL.2 2.0 4.2k 0 100 100 100 1. VRS-CY1JF104J VRS-CY1JF000J VRS-CY1JF331J VRS-CY1JF102J VRS-CY1JF152J VRS-CY1JF102J VRS-CY1JF152J VRS-CY1JF333J VRS-CY1JF101J VRS-CY1JF103J VRS-CY1JF000J VRS-CY1JF822J VRS-CY1JF000J VRS-CY1JF101J VRS-CY1JF101J VRS-CY1JF101J VRD-RA2BE102J VRS-CY1JF000J VRS-CY1JF684J VRS-CY1JF391J VRS-CY1JF102J VRS-CY1JF000J VRS-CY1JF000J VRS-CY1JF000J VRS-CY1JF272J VRD-RA2BE472J VRS-RG2HC103J VRD-RA2BE152J VRD-RM2HD184J VRD-RA2BE392J VRS-CY1JF103J VRD-RA2BE102J VRD-RA2EE564J VRS-CY1JF274J VRS-CY1JF563J VRS-CY1JF102J VRS-CY1JF102J VRS-CY1JF102J VRS-CY1JF472J VRS-CY1JF472J VRS-CY1JF102J VRD-RM2HD102J VRD-RM2HD102J VRD-RM2HD1R0J VRS-RG3DB271J+ VRS-CY1JF333J VRS-CY1JF102J VRS-CY1JF333J VRS-CY1JF103J VRN-RL3AB1R0J+ VRS-CY1JF122J VRS-CY1JF392J VRS-CY1JF272J VRS-CY1JF472J VRS-RG3LB472J+ VRD-RA2BE121J VRD-RA2BE102J VRS-RG3LB472J+ VRS-RG3AB562J+ VRD-RM2HD220J VRS-KA3NG3R3K VRN-RL3ABR33J+ VRD-RA2BE222J VRS-CY1JF103J VRN-RA2BK472F VRN-RL3AB2R7J+ VRD-RM2HD121J VRS-CY1JF332J VRD-RA2EE221J VRS-RG3AB682J+ VRS-RG2HC270J+ VRS-CY1JF102J VRS-CY1JF154J VRS-CY1JF103J VRS-CY1JF273J 5 J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J X J J J J X J J J J X J J X X J J X J J J X J J J X X J J J J 100k 0 330 1.2k 1/16W M-Ox. EL. M-Ox. Part No. M-Ox.2k 10k 4. EL. M-Ox. Ceramic EL. M-Ox.3k 220 6.7 50V 50V 25V 25V 50V 10V 50V 25V 50V 10V 50V 50V 50V 16V 50V 50V 50V 25V 50V 50V 50V 50V 50V 16V 50V 50V 50V 50V 16V 50V 50V 16V 50V 50V 50V 50V 50V 50V 50V Ceramic Ceramic Ceramic Ceramic Ceramic EL. VRS-CY1JF270J J 27 1/16W M-Ox. M-Film Carbon M-Ox. Carbon Carbon M-Ox.0 2. Ceramic EL.1 2200p 100 6800p 150p 330p 47 100p 4. M-Ox. M-Ox.7k 120 1. VRS-CY1JF682J J 6. EL. Ceramic EL. M-Ox. M-Ox. VRD-RA2BE563J J 56k 1/8W Carbon VRS-CY1JF000J J 0 1/16W M-Ox. M-Ox.7 4.··· Metal Oxide.2 3300p 10 4.0k 4. M-Ox. M-Ox. EL. Carbon M-Ox.0W M-Ox. M-Ox.5k 180k 3.5k 1. VRS-CY1JF122J J 1.7 0. M-Ox.5k 1/16W M-Ox. M-Ox.6k 22 3. M-Ox.7k 4.7 5600p 0.0k 1. EL. M-Ox. M-Ox. M-Ox.0k 4.7k 1. M-Ox.0k 1.1 0. VRS-CY1JF000J J 0 1/16W M-Ox. M-Film M-Ox. VRS-CY1JF000J J 0 1/16W M-Ox. M-Ox. VRS-CY1JF000J J 0 1/16W M-Ox. EL. M-Ox. M-Ox.7 10 4. EL. AA AA AA AA AA AB AB AA AA AB AA AA AA AB AA AB AA AA AB AB AB AB AA AC AB AB AB AA AA AF AB AC AB AB AB AA AB AB AB RESISTORS RJ1 RJ2 RJ3 RJ4 RJ5 RJ6 RJ10 RJ11 RJ14 RJ15 RJ16 å R53 R54 R55 R56 R57 R58 R59 R101 R102 R201 R202 R203 R204 R205 R206 R207 R209 R210 [M-Ox.

0k 1/16W 100k 1/16W 0 1/16W 1.3k 1/16W 3. Carbon Carbon M-Ox. Carbon Carbon M-Ox. M-Ox. M-Ox.3k 1/8W 0. M-Ox. M-Ox.2k 1/2W 15 1/8W 120 1W 1. M-Ox. M-Ox. Carbon M-Ox. M-Ox. M-Ox.0k 1/8W 10k 1/16W 10k 1/16W 100 1/16W 100 1/16W 10k 1/16W 47k 1/16W 3.33 1W 0.6k 1/8W 10 1/2W 27 3W 68 3W 47 1/2W 3. M-Film Carbon M-Ox. M-Ox. M-Ox. M-Ox. M-Ox.0k 1/16W Carbon M-Ox. M-Ox.0k 1/4W 100k 1/2W 820 1/2W 0 1/16W 390k 1/4W 3. M-Ox. Part No.6k 1/16W 33k 1/8W 220 1/16W 5. M-Ox. Carbon M-Ox. M-Ox. No. M-Ox.2k 1/16W 6. M-Ox. M-Ox. M-Ox. M-Ox.68 1/2W 5. Carbon Carbon Carbon Carbon Carbon M-Ox. M-Ox.0M 1/16W 100k 1/16W 62k 1/16W 3.3k 1/16W 180k 1/2W 0. M-Ox.0k 1/8W 10k 1/16W 22k 1/8W 10k 1/16W 22k 1/16W 33k 1/16W 22k 1/16W 6. M-Ox.39 1W 3. Carbon Carbon M-Ox. Carbon Carbon M-Ox. Carbon M-Film Solid Cement M-Film M-Film Carbon M-Ox.0k 1/8W 10k 1/16W 470 1/8W 680k 1/8W 680k 1/16W 1. M-Ox.7k 1/16W 22k 1/16W 22k 1/16W 1. M-Ox.3k 1/2W 47 1/2W 6. Carbon Carbon M-Ox. Carbon M-Ox.9k 1/16W 100 1/16W 100 1/16W 100 1/8W 100 1/8W 0 1/16W 10k 1/16W 0 1/16W 8.25R-S100 Ref. Carbon M-Film Carbon Carbon M-Film M-Ox.0k 1/8W 1. VRD-RA2BE333J VRS-CY1JF101J VRD-RA2BE101J VRS-CY1JF683J VRD-RA2BE101J VRS-CY1JF221J VRS-CY1JF562J VRD-RA2BE333J VRS-CY1JF221J VRS-CY1JF562J VRS-CY1JF183J VRS-CY1JF222J VRD-RA2BE391J VRS-CY1JF000J VRS-CY1JF103J VRS-CY1JF103J VRD-RA2BE102J VRS-CY1JF103J VRS-CY1JF103J VRS-CY1JF101J VRS-CY1JF101J VRS-CY1JF103J VRS-CY1JF473J VRS-CY1JF332J VRS-CY1JF222J VRS-CY1JF682J VRS-CY1JF223J VRS-CY1JF101J VRS-CY1JF101J VRS-CY1JF101J VRS-CY1JF101J VRD-RA2BE123J VRS-CY1JF273J VRS-CY1JF123J VRS-CY1JF563J VRS-CY1JF563J VRS-CY1JF823J VRS-CY1JF153J VRS-CY1JF272J VRD-RA2BE100J VRS-CY1JF000J VRS-CY1JF000J VRS-CY1JF000J VRD-RA2BE221J VRD-RA2BE221J VRS-CY1JF105J VRS-CY1JF104J VRS-CY1JF623J VRS-CY1JF332J VRS-CY1JF302J VRS-CY1JF392J VRS-CY1JF101J VRS-CY1JF101J VRD-RA2BE101J VRD-RA2BE101J VRS-CY1JF000J VRS-CY1JF103J VRS-CY1JF000J VRD-RA2BE822J VRD-RA2BE223J VRS-CY1JF683J VRS-CY1JF750J VRS-CY1JF104J VRS-CY1JF104J VRS-CY1JF101J VRS-CY1JF102J VRS-CY1JF102J 5 J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J Description 33k 1/8W 100 1/16W 100 1/8W 68k 1/16W 100 1/8W 220 1/16W 5. M-Ox.0k 1/16W 100k 1/16W 100 1/8W 100 1/8W 100 1/16W 75 1/16W 1. Carbon M-Ox.2 7W 0.8k 1/8W 0 1/16W 0. M-Ox.3k 1/16W 2. Carbon M-Ox.0k 1/16W 10k 1/16W 10k 1/16W 4. M-Ox. M-Ox. M-Ox. Carbon Carbon M-Ox. Carbon AA AA AA AE AB AE AE AE AA AA AA AA AA AE AA AE AA AA AE AA AA AA AA AE AA AA AA AA AE AA AE AE AE AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AB AB AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA SWITCHES S2501 QSW-K0202PEZZ R Power or QSW-K0079GEZZ S2502 QSW-K0202PEZZ R VOL-Down or QSW-K0079GEZZ 26 .3k 1/16W 2. Carbon M-Ox. M-Ox. Carbon Carbon M-Ox. M-Ox. M-Ox. No. M-Ox. M-Ox. M-Ox.0k 1/16W 10k 1/2W 330k 1/8W 10 1/8W 1.8k 1/8W 6.0k 1/8W M-Ox.47 1W 3. Carbon M-Ox. M-Ox.2k 1/8W 22k 1/8W 68k 1/16W 75 1/16W 100k 1/16W 100k 1/16W 100 1/16W 1. M-Ox.0k 1/16W 1. 5 Description Code Ref. Carbon M-Ox. M-Ox.22 1W 27 1/2W 1.8k 1/8W 6.0k 1/16W 3. M-Ox. Code AA AA AB AA AB AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AB AB AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AC AC PWB-A: DUNTKA462WEV1 MAIN UNIT (Continued) R657 R658 R659 å R661 å R701 R703 R705 R706 R707 R708 R710 R711 R712 R713 R715 R716 R717 R721 R725 R729 R733 R735 R736 R737 R739 R740 R741 R742 R744 R752 å R758 å R773 å R774 R801 R807 R808 R809 R810 R925 R926 R961 R962 R1401 R1402 R1403 R1404 R1410 R2001 R2002 R2006 R2008 R2009 R2010 R2011 R2016 R2018 R2020 R2022 R2023 R2024 R2025 R2026 R2027 R2028 R2029 R2032 R2033 R2034 R2040 å å å VRS-CY1JF273J VRS-CY1JF103J VRD-RA2BE332J VRN-RL3ABR47J+ RR-DZ0049CEZZ or RR-HZ0048CEZZ VRW-KQ3NC1R2K VRN-RL3ABR33J+ VRN-RL3ABR22J+ VRD-RM2HD270J VRS-CY1JF102J VRS-RG2HC103J VRD-RA2BE334J VRD-RA2BE100J VRS-RG2HC122J+ VRD-RA2BE150J VRS-RG3AB121J+ VRD-RA2EE102J VRD-RM2HD104J VRS-RG2HC821J+ VRS-CY1JF000J VRD-RA2EE394J VRS-CY1JF332J VRD-RM2HD184J VRN-RL3ABR39J VRD-RM2HD332J VRD-RM2HD470J VRN-RA2BK682F VRS-CY1JF000J VRN-RL2HCR68J+ VRD-RA2BE562J VRS-RG2HC100J+ VRS-RG3LB270J+ VRS-RG3LB680J+ VRD-RM2HD470J VRS-CY1JF332J VRS-CY1JF272J VRS-CY1JF223J VRS-CY1JF223J VRS-CY1JF102J VRS-CY1JF104J VRD-RA2BE101J VRD-RA2BE101J VRS-CY1JF101J VRS-CY1JF750J VRS-CY1JF102J VRS-CY1JF104J VRS-CY1JF000J VRS-CY1JF102J VRS-CY1JF103J VRS-CY1JF103J VRS-CY1JF472J VRD-RA2BE102J VRD-RA2BE102J VRS-CY1JF103J VRD-RA2BE223J VRS-CY1JF103J VRS-CY1JF223J VRS-CY1JF333J VRS-CY1JF223J VRD-RA2BE682J VRD-RA2BE682J VRD-RA2BE682J VRD-RA2BE682J VRD-RA2BE102J VRS-CY1JF103J VRD-RA2BE471J VRD-RA2BE684J VRS-CY1JF684J VRD-RA2BE102J J J J X J J X X J J J J J X J X J J X J J J J X J J J J X J X X X J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J 27k 1/16W 10k 1/16W 3.9M 1/2W 1. M-Ox. M-Ox. M-Ox.8k 1/8W 6. M-Ox. M-Ox. M-Ox. M-Ox. M-Ox. M-Ox.8k 1/16W 22k 1/16W 100 1/16W 100 1/16W 100 1/16W 100 1/16W 12k 1/8W 27k 1/16W 12k 1/16W 56k 1/16W 56k 1/16W 82k 1/16W 15k 1/16W 2. M-Ox.7k 1/16W 1. M-Ox. Carbon M-Ox. M-Ox. M-Ox. R2041 R2042 R2043 R2044 R2045 R2047 R2048 R2049 R2060 R2061 R2062 R2063 R2064 R2065 R2067 R2068 R2069 R2070 R2072 R2101 R2102 R2201 R2202 R2203 R2211 R2212 R2213 R2401 R2402 R2403 R2404 R2501 R2503 R2504 R2505 R2506 R2507 R2508 R2509 R2601 R2602 R2604 R2605 R3001 R3002 R3003 R3004 R3005 R3007 R3008 R3010 R3011 R3012 R3013 R3014 R3373 R3374 R3375 R3377 R3378 R3379 R3501 R3502 R3503 R3504 R3507 R3508 Part No. M-Ox. M-Ox.6k 1/16W 18k 1/16W 2. M-Ox.7k 1/16W 10 1/8W 0 1/16W 0 1/16W 0 1/16W 220 1/8W 220 1/8W 1. Carbon M-Ox.2k 1/16W 390 1/8W 0 1/16W 10k 1/16W 10k 1/16W 1. Carbon M-Ox. M-Ox. M-Ox. M-Ox. M-Ox.8k 1/8W 1. Carbon Carbon M-Ox. M-Ox. M-Ox.

Carbon Carbon Carbon Carbon Carbon Carbon M-Ox. No.001 2kV or VCKYPB3DE472Z J 0.2k 1/2W VRD-RA2BE102J J 1.2k 1/2W VRD-RA2BE470J J 47 1/8W VRD-RA2BE181J J 180 1/8W VRD-RA2BE121J J 120 1/8W VRD-RA2BE471J J 470 1/8W VRD-RA2BE221J J 220 1/8W VRS-VV3LB123J J 12k 3W VRD-RM2HD222J J 2. 4-pin(S) Plug. Part No.2k 1/2W VRD-RA2BE470J J 47 1/8W VRD-RA2BE181J J 180 1/8W VRD-RA2BE121J J 120 1/8W VRD-RA2BE471J J 470 1/8W VRD-RA2BE221J J 220 1/8W VRS-VV3LB123J J 12k 3W VRD-RM2HD222J J 2. for Q602 RDA701 PRDAR0265PEFW R Heat Sink. 3-pin(TP651-3) Plug. 5-pin (GBN) P852 QPLGN0441CEZZ J Plug. Part No. AA AA AA AC AC AB RESISTORS R851 R852 R853 R855 R856 å R857 R858 R859 R860 R861 R863 R864 å R865 R866 R867 R868 R869 R871 R872 å R873 R874 R881 R882 R883 R884 R895 RDA501 PRDAR0280PEFW R Heat Sink. Carbon Carbon Carbon Carbon Carbon Carbon M-Ox. 5-pin(K) Plug. Carbon Carbon Carbon Carbon Carbon Carbon AA AA AA AA AA AB AA AA AA AA AA AA AB AA AA AA AA AA AA AB AA AA AA AA AA AA AB AB AL MISCELLANEOUS PARTS P851 QPLGN0541CEZZ J Plug.··· Metal Oxide] VRD-RA2BE470J J 47 1/8W VRD-RA2BE181J J 180 1/8W VRD-RA2BE121J J 120 1/8W VRD-RA2BE471J J 470 1/8W VRD-RA2BE221J J 220 1/8W VRS-VV3LB123J J 12k 3W VRD-RM2HD222J J 2.0k 1/8W VRD-RA2BE331J J 330 1/8W VRD-RA2BE561J J 560 1/8W VRD-RA2BE152J J 1.··· Electrolytic] VCCSPA1HL391J J 390p 50V VCCSPA1HL331J J 330p 50V VCCSPA1HL391J J 390p 50V RC-KZ0024CEZZ J 0. for IC501 RDA604 PRDAR0233PEFW R Heat Sink. for Q701 TLABN0101GJZZ X Label LX-BZ3049GEFD J Screw LX-BZ3100CEFD J Screw LX-TZ3004CEFD J Screw AF AK AD AE AA AA AA [M-Ox. 2-pin(M) Plug. 5-pin(GBN) Plug. 5-pin(TP2001-5) R/C Receiver DIODES AB AB AC AC AF AG AB AB AD AB AC AB AB AL C851 C852 C853 C854 C883 COIL J Peaking 82µH CAPACITORS [EL. 5 Description Code PWB-A: DUNTKA462WEV1 MAIN UNIT (Continued) S2503 QSW-K0202PEZZ or QSW-K0079GEZZ S2504 QSW-K0202PEZZ or QSW-K0079GEZZ S2505 QSW-K0202PEZZ or QSW-K0079GEZZ S2506 QSW-K0202PEZZ or QSW-K0079GEZZ å PWB-B: DUNTK9510WEW2 CRT UNIT AC Q851 Q852 AC AC AC Q853 Q854 Q855 Q856 Q881 AC D881 D882 D884 L851 R VOL-Up R CH-Down R CH-Up R Menu TRANSISTORS VS2SC3198-Y-1 VS2SC3789//2E or VS2SC3619LB1E VS2SC3198-Y-1 VS2SC3789//2E or VS2SC3619LB1E VS2SC3198-Y-1 VS2SC3789//2E or VS2SC3619LB VS2SA1266-Y-1 VHD1SS119//-1 VHD1SS119//-1 VHD1SS119//-1 VP-MK820K0000 J 2SC3198-Y J 2SC3789 J 2SC3198-Y J 2SC3789 J 2SC3198-Y J 2SC3789 J 2SA1266-Y J Diode J Diode J Diode AA AF AA AF AA AF AA AB AB AB AB MISCELLANEOUS PARTS F701 QFS-B4023CEZZ or QFS-B4021GEZZ FB601 RBLN-0047CEZZ FB2002RBLN-0037CEZZ FH701 QFSHD1013CEZZ FH702 QFSHD1014CEZZ J1401 QJAKG0074CEZZ J1701 QTANJ0340CEZZ P303 P401 P601 P651 P701 P751 P2001 QPLGN0461CEZZ QPLGN0561CEZZ QPLGN0160FJZZ QPLGN0361CEZZ QPLGN0260CEZZ QPLGN0461CEZZ QPLGN0561CEZZ RMC2601 RRMCU0222CEZZ or RRMCU0227CEZZ or RRMCU0235CEZZ J Fuse 4A/125V J J J J J X J J J J J J J J Ferrite Bead Ferrite Bead Fuse Holder Fuse Holder Jack. 4-pin (YBN) SC851 QSOCV0937CEZZ J CRT Socket 27 . Video/Audio-in-2 (Front) Terminal.0047 2kV VCEA0A1HW106M J 10 50V Ceramic Ceramic Ceramic Ceramic Ceramic EL. 4-pin(YBN) Plug. 5 Description Code Ref.25R-S100 Ref. Video/Audio-in-1 (Rear) Plug.5k 1/8W VRD-RA2BE470J J 47 1/8W Carbon Carbon Carbon Carbon Carbon M-Ox. No.

No. 32 ohm Connecting Cord Connecting Cord Connecting Cord GCABB0114GJKA X Rear Cabinet SUPPLIED ACCESSORIES RRMCG1626CESA X Infrared R/C Unit TGAN-0001GJZZ X Guarantee Card TiNS-7290GJZZ X Operation Manual AV AB AG CABINET PARTS LOCATION 1 1-1 2 PACKING PARTS (NOT REPLACEMENT ITEM) SPAKC0155GJZZ SPAKP0108GJZZ SPAKX0122GJZZ SSAKA0101GJZZ – – – – Packing Case Wrapping Paper Buffer Material Polyethylene Bag — — — — 1-4 1-2 1-5 1-3 28 . Part No. 5 Description Code Ref. 5 Description Code MISCELLANEOUS PARTS 'å CABINET PARTS AM AH AF AE AE 1 1-1 1-2 1-3 1-4 1-5 2 CCABA0120WEH0 Not Available GCOVA0109GJKA HBDGB1008MESB JBTN-0109GJKA JBTN-0110GJKA X – X X X X Front Cabinet Ass’y Front Cabinet Cover for R/C Badge. No. Part No. "SHARP" Button (Power) Button (Vol-up/down. CH-up/down) BB — AF AG AE AE AZ ACC701 QACCD3064CESA or QACCD3090CESA VSP0080PBQ4YA QCNW-0134MEZZ QCNW-0166MEZZ QCNW-0167MEZZ J AC Cord X X X J Speaker x2.25R-S100 Ref.

5 Bar Code Label REAR Use 12 staples to fix the bottom side of packing case. 29 . MARK 5 : Not replacement items.25R-S100 PACKING OF THE SET 5 Polyethylene Bag Operation Manual Infrared R/C Unit 5 Batteries 5 Polyethylene Sheet 5 Buffer Material FRONT 5 Packing Case Use tape to fix the top side of packing case.

photocopying. or otherwise. 2001 Printed in Japan MI. Tochigi 329-2193. stored in a retrieval system. mechanical. KG SHARP CORPORATION AV Systems Group Quality & Reliability Control Center Yaita. Japan 30 . or transmitted in any form or by any means. electronic. D JAPAN P SEMEX TQ1104-S Apr. No part of this publication may be reproduced.25R-S100 COPYRIGHT © 2001 BY SHARP CORPORATION ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. recording. without prior written permission of the publisher.

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