SERVICE MANUAL

27″ COLOR TELEVISION

6427FF/EWF2705

IMPORTANT SAFETY NOTICE
Proper service and repair is important to the safe, reliable operation of all Funai Equipment. The service procedures recommended by Funai and described in this service manual are effective methods of performing service operations. Some of these service special tools should be used when and as recommended. It is important to note that this service manual contains various CAUTIONS and NOTICES which should be carefully read in order to minimize the risk of personal injury to service personnel. The possibility exists that improper service methods may damage the equipment. It also is important to understand that these CAUTIONS and NOTICES ARE NOT EXHAUSTIVE. Funai could not possibly know, evaluate and advice the service trade of all conceivable ways in which service might be done or of the possible hazardous consequences of each way. Consequently, Funai has not undertaken any such broad evaluation. Accordingly, a servicer who uses a service procedure or tool which is not recommended by Funai must first use all precautions thoroughly so that neither his safety nor the safe operation of the equipment will be jeopardized by the service method selected.

TABLE OF CONTENTS
Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-1 Important Safety Precautions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-1 Standard Notes for Servicing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-1 Cabinet Disassembly Instructions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-1 Electrical Adjustment Instructions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-1 How to initialize the Television. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-1 Block Diagrams . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-1 Schematic Diagrams / CBA’s and Test Points. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-1 Waveforms . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9-1 Wiring Diagram . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10-1 IC Pin Function Descriptions. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11-1 Exploded Views. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12-1 Mechanical Parts List . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13-1 Electrical Parts List . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14-1

SPECIFICATIONS
< TUNER >
ANT. Input ---------------------- 75 ohm Unbal., F type Reference Level--------------- 20 Vp-p (CRT Green Cathode) Test Input Signal -------------- 400 Hz 30% modulation Description 1. Intermediate Freq. Condition Picture Sound VHF CATV UHF --Unit MHz MHz dBµV dBµV dBµV MHz Nominal 45.75 41.25 15 15 15 ±2.0 Limit ----30 30 40 ±0.7

2. Peak Picture Sens 3. AFT Pull In Range (10 mV input)

< DEFLECTION >
Description 1. Deflection Freq. 2. Linearity 3. Over Scan 4. High Voltage Condition Horizontal Vertical Horizontal Vertical ----Unit kHz Hz % % % kV Nominal 15.734 60 ----10 29 Limit ----±15 ±10 -----

< VIDEO & CHROMA >
Description 1. Misconvergence 2. Brightness 3. Color Temperature 4. Resolution Condition Center Side Corner APL 100% --Horizontal Vertical Unit mm mm mm Ft-L °K Line Line Nominal ------25 9200 °K 250 300 Limit 0.4 1.5 2.1 15 -------

< AUDIO >
All items are measured across 8 Ω load at speaker output terminal. Description 1. Audio Output Power 2. Audio Distortion (w/LPF) 3. Audio Freq. Response Condition 10% THD 500 mW -3 dB Unit W % Hz Nominal 2 2 70 ~ 11 k Limit 1.6 7 ---

Note: Nominal specifications represent the design specifications. All units should be able to approximate these. Some will exceed and some may drop slightly below these specifications. Limit specifications represent the absolute worst condition that still might be considered acceptable. In no case should a unit fail to meet limit specifications.

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IMPORTANT SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
Prior to shipment from the factory, our products are strictly inspected for recognized product safety and electrical codes of the countries in which they are to be sold. However, in order to maintain such compliance, it is equally important to implement the following precautions when a set is being serviced.

Safety Precautions for TV Circuit
1. Before returning an instrument to the customer, always make a safety check of the entire instrument, including, but not limited to, the following items: a. Be sure that no built-in protective devices are defective and have been defeated during servicing. (1) Protective shields are provided on this chassis to protect both the technician and the customer. Correctly replace all missing protective shields, including any removed for servicing convenience. (2) When reinstalling the chassis and/or other assembly in the cabinet, be sure to put back in place all protective devices, including but not limited to, nonmetallic control knobs, insulating fishpapers, adjustment and compartment covers/shields, and isolation resistor/capacitor networks. Do not operate this instrument or permit it to be operated without all protective devices correctly installed and functioning. Servicers who defeat safety features or fail to perform safety checks may be liable for any resulting damage. b. Be sure that there are no cabinet openings through which an adult or child might be able to insert their fingers and contact a hazardous voltage. Such openings include, but are not limited to, (1) spacing between the picture tube and the cabinet mask, (2) excessively wide cabinet ventilation slots, and (3) an improperly fitted and/or incorrectly secured cabinet back cover. c. Antenna Cold Check - With the instrument AC plug removed from any AC source, connect an electrical jumper across the two AC plug prongs. Place the instrument AC switch in the on position. Connect one lead of an ohmmeter to the AC plug prongs tied together and touch the other ohmmeter lead in turn to each tuner antenna input exposed terminal screw and, if applicable, to the coaxial connector. If the measured resistance is less than 1.0 megohm or greater than 5.2 megohm, an abnormality exists that must be corrected before the instrument is returned to the customer. Repeat this test with the instrument AC switch in the off position. d. Leakage Current Hot Check - With the instrument completely reassembled, plug the

AC line cord directly into a 120 V AC outlet. (Do not use an isolation transformer during this test.) Use a leakage current tester or a metering system that complies with American National Standards Institute (ANSI) C101.1 Leakage Current for Appliances and Underwriters Laboratories (UL) 1410, (50.7). With the instrument AC switch first in the on position and then in the off position, measure from a known earth ground (metal water pipe, conduit, etc.) to all exposed metal parts of the instrument (antennas, handle brackets, metal cabinet, screw heads, metallic overlays, control shafts, etc.), especially any exposed metal parts that offer an electrical return path to the chassis. Any current measured must not exceed 0.5 milli-ampere. Reverse the instrument power cord plug in the outlet and repeat the test.

READING SHOULD NOT BE ABOVE 0.5 mA
DEVICE BEING TESTED LEAKAGE CURRENT TESTER

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TEST ALL EXPOSED METAL SURFACES

ALSO TEST WITH PLUG REVERSED USING AC ADAPTER PLUG AS REQUIRED

EARTH GROUND

ANY MEASUREMENTS NOT WITHIN THE LIMITS SPECIFIED HEREIN INDICATE A POTENTIAL SHOCK HAZARD THAT MUST BE ELIMINATED BEFORE RETURNING THE INSTRUMENT TO THE CUSTOMER OR BEFORE CONNECTING THE ANTENNA OR ACCESSORIES. e. X-Radiation and High Voltage Limits Because the picture tube is the primary potential source of X-radiation in solid-state TV receivers, it is specially constructed to prohibit X-radiation emissions. For continued Xradiation protection, the replacement picture tube must be the same type as the original. 2-1 TVN_ISP

Also, because the picture tube shields and mounting hardware perform an X-radiation protection function, they must be correctly in place. High voltage must be measured each time servicing is performed that involves B+, horizontal deflection or high voltage. Correct operation of the X-radiation protection circuits also must be reconfirmed each time they are serviced. (X-radiation protection circuits also may be called “horizontal disable” or “hold down.”) Read and apply the high voltage limits and, if the chassis is so equipped, the Xradiation protection circuit specifications given on instrument labels and in the Product Safety & X-Radiation Warning note on the service data chassis schematic. High voltage is maintained within specified limits by close tolerance safety-related components/ adjustments in the high-voltage circuit. If high voltage exceeds specified limits, check each component specified on the chassis schematic and take corrective action. 2. Read and comply with all caution and safetyrelated notes on or inside the receiver cabinet, on the receiver chassis, or on the picture tube. 3. Design Alteration Warning - Do not alter or add to the mechanical or electrical design of this TV receiver. Design alterations and additions, including, but not limited to circuit modifications and the addition of items such as auxiliary audio and/or video output connections, might alter the safety characteristics of this receiver and create a hazard to the user. Any design alterations or additions will void the manufacturer's warranty and may make you, the servicer, responsible for personal injury or property damage resulting therefrom. 4. Picture Tube Implosion Protection Warning The picture tube in this receiver employs integral implosion protection. For continued implosion protection, replace the picture tube only with one of the same type number. Do not remove, install, or otherwise handle the picture tube in any manner without first putting on shatterproof goggles equipped with side shields. People not so equipped must be kept safely away while picture tubes are handled. Keep the picture tube away from your body. Do not handle the picture tube by its neck. Some “in-line” picture tubes are equipped with a permanently attached deflection yoke; because of potential hazard, do not try to remove such “permanently attached” yokes from the picture tube. 5. Hot Chassis Warning a. Some TV receiver chassis are electrically connected directly to one conductor of the AC power cord and maybe safety-serviced without

an isolation transformer only if the AC power plug is inserted so that the chassis is connected to the ground side of the AC power source. To confirm that the AC power plug is inserted correctly, with an AC voltmeter, measure between the chassis and a known earth ground. If a voltage reading in excess of 1.0V is obtained, remove and reinsert the AC power plug in the opposite polarity and again measure the voltage potential between the chassis and a known earth ground. b. Some TV receiver chassis normally have 85V AC(RMS) between chassis and earth ground regardless of the AC plug polarity. This chassis can be safety-serviced only with an isolation transformer inserted in the power line between the receiver and the AC power source, for both personnel and test equipment protection. c. Some TV receiver chassis have a secondary ground system in addition to the main chassis ground. This secondary ground system is not isolated from the AC power line. The two ground systems are electrically separated by insulation material that must not be defeated or altered. 6. Observe original lead dress. Take extra care to assure correct lead dress in the following areas: a. near sharp edges, b. near thermally hot parts-be sure that leads and components do not touch thermally hot parts, c. the AC supply, d. high voltage, and, e. antenna wiring. Always inspect in all areas for pinched, out of place, or frayed wiring. Check AC power cord for damage. 7. Components, parts, and/or wiring that appear to have overheated or are otherwise damaged should be replaced with components, parts, or wiring that meet original specifications. Additionally, determine the cause of overheating and/or damage and, if necessary, take corrective action to remove any potential safety hazard. 8. Product Safety Notice - Some electrical and mechanical parts have special safety-related characteristics which are often not evident from visual inspection, nor can the protection they give necessarily be obtained by replacing them with components rated for higher voltage, wattage, etc.. Parts that have special safety characteristics are identified by a # on schematics and in parts lists. Use of a substitute replacement that does not have the same safety characteristics as the recommended replacement part might create shock, fire, and/or other hazards. The product's safety is under review continuously and new instructions are issued whenever appropriate. Prior to shipment from the factory, our products are strictly inspected to confirm they comply with the recognized product safety and electrical codes

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oxide metal film resistors. If the wires are stranded. When connecting or disconnecting the internal connectors. B. H. Insert the wires fully into the connector. E. first. etc. etc. F. check that 5~6 kg of force in any direction will not loosen it. Also check areas surrounding repaired locations. L. When replacing AC primary side components (transformers. power cord. it is equally important to implement the following precautions when a set is being serviced. Note especially: 1) Insulation Tape 2) PVC tubing 3) Spacers 4) Insulators for transistors. K. follow these steps carefully and precisely to prevent shock hazards. In addition to safety.) do not remain inside the set. wrap ends of wires securely about the terminals before soldering. Replacement procedure 1) Remove the old connector by cutting the wires at a point close to the connector. Check that replaced wires do not contact sharp edged or pointed parts. However. solder droplets. 3) Align the lengths of the wires to be connected.). Note especially: 1) Wires covered with PVC tubing 2) Double insulated wires 3) High voltage leads D. and noise blocking filters. Be sure to crimp fully to the complete closure of the tool. Observe that the wires do not contact heat producing parts (heat sinks. twist the strands to avoid frayed conductors. noise blocking capacitors. RF cables. etc.) G. These must also be replaced only with specified replacements. in order to maintain such compliance. Use specified internal wiring. disconnect the AC plug from the AC supply outlet. other parts and assemblies are specified for conformance with regulations applying to spurious radiation. Replace only with part number specified. Examples: RF converters. 4) Use the crimping tool to crimp the metal sleeve at the center position.of the countries in which they are to be sold. When replacing the transformer. 2-3 TVN_ISP . Crimp type wire connector The power transformer uses crimp type connectors which connect the power cord and the primary side of the transformer. fusible resistors. Precautions during Servicing A. Important: Do not re-use a connector (discard it). C. When a power cord has been replaced. etc. I. Use care that foreign objects (screws. Use specified insulating materials for hazardous live parts. Parts identified by the # symbol are critical for safety. J. 2) Strip about 15 mm of the insulation from the ends of the wires.

Fig. or Canada Clearance Distance (d). Use an AC voltmeter to measure across both terminals of load Z. confirm specified clearance distance (d) and (d') between soldered terminals. parts and wires have been returned to original positions. microphone jacks. Observe that screws. antenna terminals.5 mA rms Earth Ground (B) to: Exposed accessible parts Note: This table is unofficial and for reference only. See Fig. power cord plug prongs) and exposed accessible parts. and between terminals and surrounding metallic parts. (d’) ≥ 3. 1) Table 1: Ratings for selected area AC Line Voltage 110 to 130 V Region U. earphone jacks. 2 Table 2: Leakage current ratings for selected areas AC Line Voltage 110 to 130 V Region U.15 µF CAP. 1 2.) is lower than or equal to the specified value in the table below. Exposed Accessible Part Z AC Voltmeter (High Impedance) B Earth Ground Power Cord Plug Prongs Fig. Measuring Method: (Power ON) Insert load Z between B (earth ground. & 1.A.5 kΩ RES. Leakage Current Test Confirm the specified (or lower) leakage current between B (earth ground. perform the following tests and confirm the specified values in order to verify compliance with safety standards.2 mm (0. Afterwards.S. Be sure to confirm the precise values. video and audio input and output terminals.Safety Check after Servicing Examine the area surrounding the repaired location for damage or deterioration.S.126 inches) Chassis or Secondary Conductor Primary Circuit Terminals d' d Note: This table is unofficial and for reference only. Connected in parallel Leakage Current (i) i ≤ 0. or Canada Load Z 0. 2-4 TVN_ISP . etc. 2 and following table. power cord plug prongs) and externally exposed accessible parts (RF terminals. Clearance Distance When replacing primary circuit components. 1.A. (See Fig. Be sure to confirm the precise values.

S-1-1 2. Release the flat pack-IC from the CBA using tweezers.) For PCBs with Pb free mark. be sure to use Pb free solder. For PCBs without Pb free mark. The Flat Pack-IC shape may differ by models. Prepare the hot-air flat pack-IC desoldering machine. (Fig. (Fig. The output pin of the 3 pin Regulator ICs is indicated as shown. Bottom of the flat pack-IC is fixed with glue to the CBA. pin 1 and every fifth pin are indicated as shown. (Refer to figure. Remove the flat pack-IC with tweezers while applying the hot air. first apply soldering iron to center of the flat pack-IC and heat up. use standard solder. (Fig. when removing entire flat pack-IC. Use an appropriate hot-air flat pack-IC desoldering machine. whose shape matches that of the Flat Pack-IC. Pin 1 Pb (Lead) Free Solder Pb free mark will be found on PCBs which use Pb free solder. then apply hot air to the Flat Pack-IC (about 5 to 6 seconds). S-1-1) Top View Out In Input Bottom View 2. S-1-2) Pb free mark 3-1 TVN_SN . S-1-6) CAUTION: 1. 5 Pin 1 10 3. Removal With Hot-Air Flat Pack-IC Desoldering Machine: 1. Fig. How to Remove / Install Flat Pack-IC 1. 2. The 1st pin of every male connector is indicated as shown. 3. For other ICs. S-1-6) 4.STANDARD NOTES FOR SERVICING Circuit Board Indications 1. Then remove (glue will be melted). Do not supply hot air to the chip parts around the flat pack-IC for over 6 seconds because damage to the chip parts may occur. Put masking tape around the flat pack-IC to protect other parts from damage. (Fig.

The flat pack-IC on the CBA is affixed with glue. S-1-4) Fig. first apply soldering iron to center of the flat pack-IC and heat up. (Fig. S-1-3) CBA Hot-air Flat Pack-IC Desoldering Machine Flat Pack-IC Desoldering Braid Soldering Iron Masking Tape Tweezers Flat Pack-IC Fig. With Soldering Iron: 1. When heating the pins. (Fig. S-1-4 3. (Fig. Release the flat pack-IC from the CBA using tweezers.3. S-1-2 Sharp Pin Fine Tip Soldering Iron Fig. S-1-6) 3-2 TVN_SN . you can remove it easily. Lift each lead of the flat pack-IC upward one by one. so be careful not to break or damage the foil of each pin or the solder lands under the IC when removing it. use a fine tip soldering iron or a hot air desoldering machine. remove the solder from all pins of the flat pack-IC. When you use solder flux which is applied to all pins of the flat pack-IC. Bottom of the flat pack-IC is fixed with glue to the CBA. when removing entire flat pack-IC. S-1-3 2. Using desoldering braid. (Fig. S-1-6) 4. using a sharp pin or wire to which solder will not adhere (iron wire). Then remove (glue will be melted).

) Be sure this mark matches the 1 on the PCB when positioning for installation. 3. 2. Solder all pins of the flat pack-IC.With Iron Wire: 1. S-1-8 Flat Pack-IC Tweezers Fig. S-1-6 3-3 TVN_SN . 2. remove the solder from all pins of the flat pack-IC. S-1-5. Example : Hot Air Blower Pin 1 of the Flat Pack-IC is indicated by a " " mark. Affix the wire to a workbench or solid mounting point. 4. (Fig. you can remove it easily. S-1-7 or Iron Wire Presolder Soldering Iron To Solid Mounting Point Fig. When you use solder flux which is applied to all pins of the flat pack-IC. Using desoldering braid. Installation 1. S-1-5 Flat Pack-IC CBA CBA Fine Tip Soldering Iron Fig. as shown in Fig. Release the flat pack-IC from the CBA using tweezers. care must be taken to ensure that the flat pack-IC is not being held by glue. (See Fig. Fig. handle it gently because it may be damaged if force is applied. first apply soldering iron to center of the flat pack-IC and heat up. (Fig. S-1-6) Note: When using a soldering iron. Then remove (glue will be melted). The “●” mark on the flat pack-IC indicates pin 1. S-1-8. S-1-7. S-1-5. Be sure that none of the pins have solder bridges.) 3. When the flat pack-IC is removed from the CBA. (See Fig. Using desoldering braid. (Fig. when removing entire flat pack-IC. While heating the pins using a fine tip soldering iron or hot air blower. remove the solder from the foil of each pin of the flat pack-IC on the CBA so you can install a replacement flat pack-IC more easily. pull up the wire as the solder melts so as to lift the IC leads from the CBA contact pads as shown in Fig. S-1-6) 5. Bottom of the flat pack-IC is fixed with glue to the CBA. Then presolder the four corners of the flat pack-IC. S-1-3) 2.

Ground for Human Body Be sure to wear a grounding band (1 MΩ) that is properly grounded to remove any static electricity that may be charged on the body. Because the static electricity charge on clothing will not escape through the body grounding band. 2.Instructions for Handling Semiconductors Electrostatic breakdown of the semi-conductors may occur due to a potential difference caused by electrostatic charge during unpacking or repair work. 1. Ground for Workbench Be sure to place a conductive sheet or copper plate with proper grounding (1 MΩ) on the workbench or other surface. where the semi-conductors are to be placed. be careful to avoid contacting semi-conductors with your clothing. <Incorrect> CBA <Correct> Grounding Band 1MΩ CBA 1MΩ Conductive Sheet or Copper Plate 3-4 TVN_SN .

CABINET DISASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS 1. 5(S-2). route and dress the cables as they were. (2) Parts to be removed or installed. or Desolder e. of parts in figures. be sure to discharge the Anode Lead of the CRT with the CRT Ground Wire before removing the Anode Cap. S = Screw. Anode Cap ↓ (3) ↓ (4) 1 2 3 4 ↓ (5) 4-1 L3800DC . [4] CRT 2. CN571 and CN691 on the Main CBA then slide the Main CBA backward.g. Bend. CN802. unlocked. [1] Rear Cabinet [2] CRT CBA [3] Main CBA Reference Notes in the Table 1. 5(S-2) and (S-3) then slide the Rear Cabinet backward. Unplug. 3. P = Spring. CN802. When reassembling. Remove/*Unhook/ Unlock/Release/ Unplug/Unclamp/ Desolder [1] [2] [3] [4] ↓ (1) Rear Cabinet CRT CBA Main CBA CRT ↓ (2) D1 7(S-1). No. released." CAUTION! When removing the CRT. 2(S-2) = two Screws (S-2). Removal of the Main CBA: Disconnect CN801. Removal of the CRT CBA: Disconnect CN1501 then pull the CRT CBA backward. (3) Fig. 2(L-2) = two Locking Tabs (L-2) (5) Refer to the following "Reference Notes in the Table. Note 4. 2. Unlock. or desoldered. (S-3) D2 D4 CN1501 D5 D3 CN801. CAUTION: Discharge the Anode Lead of the CRT with the CRT Ground Wire before removing the Anode Cap. then slide the CRT backward. D5 CN571. These numbers are also used as the Identification (location) No. CN691 D4 4(S-4). Removal of the Rear Cabinet: Remove screws 7(S-1). Disassembly Flowchart This flowchart indicates the disassembly steps for the cabinet parts. L = Locking Tab. follow the steps in reverse order. No. When reassembling. Disassembly Method Removal Step/ Loc. Part Fig. Removal of the CRT: Remove screws 4(S-4) and Anode Cap. unclamped. follow the steps in reverse order. showing procedure of part location (4) Identification of parts to be removed. unplugged. unhooked. No. Release. CN = Connector * = Unhook. Note: (1) Order of steps in procedure. and the CBA in order to gain access to item(s) to be serviced.

D2 Fig.S-1 Front Cabinet [3] Main CBA S-3 S-2 S-1 Control Plate [1] Rear Cabinet Fig. D4 4-2 L3800DC . D3 Degaussing Coil Anode Cap S-1 S-1 CRT Ground Wire Front Cabinet S-4 [1] Rear Cabinet Front Cabinet S-2 [2] CRT CBA S-4 S-1 S-3 S-1 S-1 S-4 [4] CRT S-4 Control Plate Control Plate Fig. D1 Fig.

D5 4-3 L3800DC .TV Cable Wiring Diagram DG691 DEGAUSSING COIL SP802 SP801 CLN802 MAIN CBA CLN801 CN802 CN801 CN691 WH301A FLYBACK TRANSFORMER CN571 TU11 TUNER T571 WH501A TO CRT GROUND AC601 AC CORD FOCUS SCREEN WH501B CN1501 JK1501 WH301B ANODE Fig.

01) 4. Press [SLEEP] button on the service remote control unit. Adjust VR661 so that the voltage of TP601 becomes +132±0. Use the service remote control unit. Multi-Burst) 2. 2. NE116UD) Remove 3 Screws from the back lid. Plastic Tip Driver 5. Test Point TP601(+B) TP300(GND) Tape --Adj. Added J1 (Jumper Wire) to the remote control CBA.001~50 V/Div. (Use main power on the TV unit. 6427FF: Check the display on the lower left is “3652” and if it is not “3652” set it at “3652” according to "Initial Setting" on page 5-2. DC Voltmeter Mode --Input --Spec. Point VR661 M. V-Range: 0. Monoscope. do not attempt these adjustments unless the proper equipment is available. 1-2) Remote Control CBA J1 Fig. (Fig. It is important to perform these adjustments only after all repairs and replacements have been completed. Connect DC Volt Meter to TP601 and TP300(GND).5 V DC. DC Voltmeter 3. Prepare normal remote control unit. Test Equipment Required 1. NE116UD 6. 1-1 Note: TP601. (Ex: 059-0. Dot Pattern.) 3. How to set up the service mode: Service mode: 1.ELECTRICAL ADJUSTMENT INSTRUCTIONS General Note: “CBA” is abbreviation for “Circuit Board Assembly. Oscilloscope: Dual-trace with 10:1 probe. How to make Service remote control unit: 1. VR661 --. 2. Turn the power on.Main CBA 1. (Part No. Red Color. Gray Scale. Also. (Fig. Remote control unit: Part No. Version of micro computer will display on the CRT. +132±0.2V/5A 1.” Note: Electrical adjustments are required after replacing circuit components and certain mechanical parts. F-Range: DC~AC-60 MHz 4. 2. DC power supply 13. EQ. 1-1) Screws Remote control unit (bottom) Fig. EWF2705: Check the display on the lower left is “3641” and if it is not “3641” set it at “3641” according to "Initial Setting" on page 5-2. TP300(GND). 1-2 5-1 L3800EA .5 V DC. Symptom of Misadjustment: The picture is dark and the unit does not operate correctly. +B Adjustment Purpose: To obtain correct operation. NTSC Pattern Generator (Color Bar W/White Window.

” “S-TNT.” and “V-MENU” cyclically when [VOL p] button is pressed.” YUV MEMORY --. TNT 1.Set to “500. Press [CH o / p] buttons on the service remote control unit and select “40.” “A-MUTE POL. Initial Setting General 1.” ACCESS CODE --.Set to “ON.Set to “V1/V2/YUV.Set to “H. Press [CH o / p] buttons on the service remote control unit so that the value of “S-COLOR” (SCLR) becomes 56.” EWF2705 --.Set to “ON.Set to “OFF.Set to “OFF. 2.” FILTER 6427FF --. Press [MENU] button on the service remote control unit.“ “C-CLR.Set to “V1/V2.” “YUV MEMORY. Press [MENU] button on the service remote control unit. Press [MENU] button on the service remote control unit.” STABLE SOUND --.” VIDEO 6427FF --. Setting for BRIGHT. Then select “S-TINT” (S-TNT) display. Enter the Service mode. Press [CH o / p] buttons on the service remote control unit so that the value of “CONTRAST” (CNT) becomes 84.” CLR 1. Press [MENU] button on the service remote control unit.Set to “OFF.” EWF2705 --. 3.” Adjusting the monitoring time --. SHARP 1.” NO SIG BRT --.” “STABLE SOUND. Display changes “C/D.” “LANGUAGE.“ “TNT.Set to “ON.” “VIDEO TONE. 7F --. 2.” “VIDEO.” “S-CLR. Display changes “BRT.Set to “OFF.” SOUND TYPE --.” “CLR.” “CNT.” “SHARP. Then select “COMPONENT TINT” (CTNT) display.” 3. Press [MENU] button on the service remote control unit.” V-MENU --. Then select “CONTRAST” (CNT) display.” “7F.2. 2. 5-2 L3800EA . Press [CH o / p] buttons on the service remote control unit so that the value of “TINT” (TNT) becomes 58.” A-MUTE POL --. Press [CH o / p] buttons on the service remote control unit so that the value of “V-TINT” (V-TNT) becomes 59. S-CLR 1. Press [MENU] button on the service remote control unit.Set to “OFF. C-TNT (6427FF only) 1.” “CTNT. 2.” “500.” “FILTER. Then select “SHARPNESS” (SHARP) display.” LANGUAGE --.Set to “OFF. C-CLR (6427FF only) 1. Press [CH o / p] buttons on the service remote control unit so that the value of “COMPONENT TINT” (C-TNT) becomes 64. CNT 1. 2. Press [VOL p] button on the service remote control unit.” “V-TNT. Press [MENU] button on the service remote control unit. Then select “COLOR” (CLR) display. (See page 5-1. To set the following each data value.” “V-OUT.” “S-SRP.” VIDEO TONE --.) 2. CONTRAST.Set to “SPA/FRA.Set to “OFF. (See page 5-1.) 2. S-TNT 1. Press [CH o / p] buttons on the service remote control unit so that the value of “COMPONENT COLOR” (C-CLR) becomes 52. 2.Set to “MTS. Press [MENU] button on the service remote control unit.” FM-MODE --. and SHARPNESS Data Values General 1. press [CH o / p] buttons on the service remote control unit. Then select “COMPONENT COLOR” (C-CLR) display. TINT. Then select “S-COLOR” (S-CLR) display. Press [CH o / p] buttons on the service remote control unit so that the value of “COLOR” (CLR) becomes 56. Press [MENU] button on the service remote control unit.” “AV MEMO. Press [CH o / p] buttons on the service remote control unit so that the value of “S-TINT” (S-TNT) becomes 59.” “ACCESS CODE. V-TNT 1. Then select “V-TINT” (V-TNT) display. Press [MENU] button on the service remote control unit.Set to “0. Enter the Service mode.” “NO SIG BRT.Set to “FF. 2.” “SOUND TYPE.“ and “C-SRP“ cyclically when [MENU] button is pressed. 2. 2.” “FM-MODE. COLOR.” AV MEMO --. Then select “TINT” (TNT) display.” V-OUT --.

Green mode. Press [CH o / p] buttons on the service remote control unit and select “42. 1. H f0 Adjustment Purpose: To get correct horizontal frequency.” “0. Turn the power off and on again. ADD nothing OSD color: Magenta 5-3 L3800EA . At this moment.” 6. 2. 1. using the main power button on the TV unit.) 2. (See page 5-1. Purity Check 1. Press [2] button on the service remote control unit and select H-ADJ mode. Press [6] button on the service remote control unit. Note: Use service remote control unit. (Main power button on the TV unit.) 7. Enter the Service mode.” 4. 3. 6. Enter the Service mode.” Then choose “B-S2 0. Turn the power off and on again. Press [CH o / p] buttons on the service remote control unit so that display will change “0” ~ “7”. OSD color: Magenta There is no SD after selecting channel.” Then choose “B-S OFF. 2. Enter the Service mode. Choose “4”. “B-S2” is indicated. SD Check Mode 1. 3. Then select “COMPONENT SHARPNESS” (C-SRP) display. Press [CH o / p] buttons on the service remote control unit so that display will change “OFF. 4.” Note: BRIGHT data value does not need to be adjusted at this moment. 7 Please wait OSD color: Magenta 5. (See page 5-1. (By pressing [2] button the display will change from TV AGC to H-ADJ. 4. Symptom of Misadjustment: Black color will not appear correctly. 3. “B-S” is indicated. and White mode cyclically. there is no ADD channel.) 2. Press [MENU] button on the service remote control unit. (Main Power button on the TV unit. Blue mode.) 2. Then select “S-SHARPNESS” (SSRP) display. Press [CH o / p] buttons on the service remote control unit so that display will change “0” and “1. The unit starts selecting the added channel from first channel according to the memorized CH ADD/ DELL data and CATV/TV data in RAM. Press [MENU] button on the service remote control unit. 5. Press [1] button on the remote control unit.” and “1. Press [6] button on the service remote control unit. 26 OK OSD color: Magenta 30 NG OSD color: Magenta When SD-Check starting. Black Stretch Control Adjustment Purpose: To show the fine black color.) SD Check mode (Factory mode) Press [1] buton. display changes Red mode.) 2. 3. Turn the power off and on again.” C-SRP (6427FF only) 1. 13 Please wait There are SD in all channel. The unit enter the SD-Check mode. (See page 5-1. Press [7] button on the remote control unit.S-SRP 1. Select White mode. Note: Use service remote control unit. Each time pressing [7] button on the service remote control unit. Press [CH o / p] buttons on the service remote control unit and select “42.

Symptom of Misadjustment: If V. Turn the power off and on again. To select one appropriate value in “0” to “15.8. Switch the VIDEO mode to previous mode. 5. Turn the power off and on again. V. (See page 5-1. Receive the monoscope pattern. H. 5. Test Point --Tape --Adj.) 12. (Display changes “U-PED” and “VPED” cyclically when [3] button is pressed). vertical height of image on the screen may not be properly displayed. 4. To select one appropriate value in “0” to “15. horizontal position of image on the screen may not be properly displayed. V. V2.) 5-4 L3800EA . Receive the monoscope pattern. press [3] button on the service remote control unit and select “VPED” mode. (Main power button on the TV unit. EQ.) Note: Use service remote control unit 1. 90±5% 11. Switch the VIDEO mode to YUV. (See page 5-1. Enter the Service mode. In VIDEO mode of V1. EQ. 5. In VIDEO mode of V1. press [3] button on the service remote control unit and select “UPED” mode. Enter the Service mode. 1. (Main power button on the TV unit. 4. Monoscope Mode RF Input Monoscope Spec. Position is incorrect. (Main power button on the TV unit. Point [CH o / p] buttons M. Monoscope Mode RF Input Monoscope Spec. 6. 2. 5. 6. Operate the unit for at least 20 minutes. See below. (Refer to "Initial Setting" on page 5-2) 3. 4. (Display changes “V-S” and “V-P” cyclically when [9] button is pressed).) Note: Use service remote control unit. (Main power button on the TV unit.) 9. 4. vertical size of image on the screen may not be properly displayed. 2. Monoscope Mode RF Input Monoscope Spec. 4. Turn the power off and on again. U-Pedestal Adjustment (6427FF only) 1. Press [CH o / p] buttons on the service remote control unit so that the top and bottom of the monoscope pattern will be equal of each other. 6. “H-P” is indicated. Switch the input mode to previous mode.) 3. (See page 5-1. 2. Test Point --Tape --Adj. Position Adjustment Purpose: To obtain correct horizontal position of screen image. Position is incorrect. Symptom of Misadjustment: If H. EQ. Receive the monoscope pattern. or YUV. Enter the Service mode. Press [8] button on the remote control unit. Press [9] button on the service remote control unit and select “V-P” mode. Test Point --Tape --Adj. (Display changes “U-PED” and “VPED” cyclically when [3] button is pressed). Press [CH o / p] buttons on the service remote control unit so that the monoscope pattern will be 90±5% of display size and the circle is round. Position Adjustment Purpose: To obtain correct vertical width of screen image. (Display change “V-S” and “V-P” cyclically when [9] button is pressed). 90±5% 10. Operate the unit for at least 20 minutes. Press [CH o / p] buttons on the service remote control unit so that the monoscope pattern will be 90±5% of display size and the circle is round. 2. or YUV.) 3. Turn the power off and on again. 5. Size Adjustment Purpose: To obtain correct vertical width of screen image.” press [CH o / p] buttons on the remote control unit.” press [CH o / p] buttons on the remote control unit. Size is incorrect. Operate the unit for at least 20 minutes. Point [CH o / p] buttons M. Note: Use service remote control unit 1. (Refer to "Initial Setting" on page 5-2) 3. Press [9] button on the service remote control unit and select “V-S” mode. V2. Switch the VIDEO mode to YUV. 2. Point [CH o / p] buttons M. V-Pedestal Adjustment (6427FF only) 1. Symptom of misadjustment: If V.) 3. (Main power button on the TV unit. Turn the power off and on again.

Degauss the CRT and allow CRT to operate for 20 minutes before starting the alignment. Adjust the Green Cut off by pressing [CH o / p] buttons.” “FILTER. Turn the power off and on again. 90±5% Pattern Generator Note: Use service remote control unit 1. 14. 3. 4.” “7F. EQ. clockwise until the horizontal line appears. Operate the unit for at least 20 minutes.” and “V-MENU” cyclically when [VOL p] button is pressed. PIN Cushion Adjustment Purpose: To obtain correct straight vertical line of screen image. Test Point --Tape --Adj. Symptom of Misadjustment: If H. Adjust VR561 so that the cross hatch pattern will be straight line of display. Size Adjustment Purpose: To obtain correct horizontal size of screen image. Input the Black Raster Signal from RF Input. Proceed to step 6 when the Green Cut off adjustment is done. B. Turn the power off and on again. Point Screen-Control [CH o / p] buttons M. Size is incorrect. (Main power button on the TV unit.” “VIDEO TONE. Monoscope Mode RF Input Monoscope Spec.” “A-MUTE POL.) then press “1. Proceed to Step 5 when the Red Cut off adjustment is done.” “ACCESS CODE. (See page 5-1. Press [2] button. 5. Cut-off Adjustment Purpose: To adjust the beam current of R. --- Ext. Pattern Generator Figure Mode RF Input Black Raster Spec. (Display changes “C/D. EQ. Software Reset To reset software. EQ.Pin cushion is incorrect. Point VR562 M. Symptom of Misadjustment: White color may be reddish.” “VIDEO. vertical line of image on the screen may not be properly displayed. See Reference Notes below. H.” “LANGUAGE.Main CBA FBT = Fly Back Transformer Use service remote control unit 1. 2. Adjust the Red Cut off by pressing [CH o / p] buttons. Press [VOL p] button on the service remote control unit and select “C/D” mode. Test Point --Tape --Adj. Input Fig. horizontal size of image on the screen may not be properly displayed.13. Receive the Monoscope Pattern. Now there should be a horizontal line across the center of the picture tube. Receive the Cross hatch Pattern.” The display will momentarily show “CUT OFF R” (R= Red). greenish or bluish.” “FMMODE. 4. If needed gradually turn the screen control on the flyback. Test Point --Tape --Adj. Cross hatch Mode RF Input Cross hatch Spec. 3. (Main power button on the TV unit. Enter the Service mode.” “NO SIG BRT. Symptom of Misadjustment: If H. Operate the unit for at least 20 minutes. and screen voltage. Adjust VR562 so that the monoscope pattern will be 90±5% of display size and circle is round. Note: Use service remote control unit 1. 3.” “AV MEMO.” “YUV MEMORY.” “SOUND TYPE. press [5] button on the remote control unit for at least 5 seconds after pressing [CH RETURN] button on the remote control unit.) 4. 16.” “500.) 15. 2. G. Point VR561 M. The display will momentarily show “CUT OFF G” (G = Green).” “STABLE SOUND.” “V-OUT. 2 Note: Screen Control FBT --. 2.) 5-5 L3800EA .

2. is correct after this adjustment. Set the color analyzer to the CHROMA mode and after zero point calibration.” “AV MEMO.” “ACCESS CODE.” and “V-MENU” cyclically when [VOL p] button is pressed. (See page 5-1. Test Point --Tape --Adj. The display will momentarily show “CUT OFF B” (B = Blue).” “SSRP.” “CLR. Press [3] button.” “A-MUTE POL.” “YUV MEMORY. See below Tape --- Color Analyzer Fig. Note: Confirm that Cut Off Adj. Press [CH o / p] buttons to adjust the values of color.” “LANGUAGE. 3 Note: Use service remote control unit 1.“ and “C-SRP“ cyclically when [MENU] button is pressed). 2. Turn the power off and on again.“ “TNT.) then Press [8] button on the service remote control Unit. (See page 5-1. bring the optical receptor to the center on the tube surface (CRT). Adjust the Blue cut off by pressing [CH o / p] buttons.” “C-TNT. Point [CH o / p] buttons M. Point [CH o / p] buttons M.) Press [VOL p] button on the service remote control unit and select “C/D” mode.” “V-TNT.5 IRE Use service remote control unit 1. When done with steps 4. 9. 6. Screen RF 18. Pattern Generator Figure Mode RF Input IQW Spec. Press [4] button on the service remote control unit for Red adjustment. Test Point Adj. 10.” “VIDEO TONE.” “SOUND TYPE.” “S-CLR.” “NO SIG BRT. 17. Enter the Service mode. See below 7. if needed. At this time. Pattern Generator. proper brightness cannot be obtained by adjusting the Brightness Control. Sub-Brightness Adjustment Purpose: To get proper brightness. 5 and 6 the horizontal line should be pure white if not. 8. green and blue beams correctly for pure white. 4 Note: IQW Setup level --. White Balance Adjustment Purpose: To mix red. 3. Press [MENU] button on the service remote control unit and Select “BRT” mode. Re-check that Horizontal line is white.) 5-6 L3800EA . Turn off and on again to return to normal mode. (Display changes “BRT.” “S-TNT. (Main power button on the TV unit. 4. 5.” “CNT. Degauss the CRT using Degaussing Coil.” “7F.” “FM-MODE. Face the unit to east.” “VIDEO. (Display changes “C/D.” “V-OUT. Input the White Raster (APL 100%). Adjusting Red and Blue color so that the temperature becomes 9200K (x: 286 / y: 294)±3%. EQ. and attempt Cut Off Adj. In each color mode. Enter the Service mode. Operate the unit more than 20 minutes. Symptom of Misadjustment: If Sub-Brightness is incorrect.“ “C-CLR.” “FILTER. If not. Symptom of Misadjustment: White becomes bluish or reddish.) Then input IQW signal from RF Input. Receive APL 100% white signal and Check Chroma temperatures become 9200K (x: 286 / y: 294)±3%. then attempt the Cut off adjustment again. Color analyzer Figure Mode Input White Raster (APL 100%) Spec. White Black This bar just visible Fig. Re-adjust Cut-off Adjustment until the Horizontal Line becomes pure white.” “SHARP.” “STABLE SOUND.6. Press [5] button on the service remote control unit for Blue adjustment.” “500. Press [CH o / p] buttons so that the bar is just visible (See above figure).7. EQ. 3.

EQ. Pattern Generator Figure Mode --Input Red Color Spec. large areas of color may not be properly displayed. 7. 20.Main CBA. blurred images are shown on the display. Note: Focus VR (FBT) --. 2. 6) 5.19. 5. Tighten Ring Lock. Operate the unit more than 30 minutes. Input the Monoscope Pattern. Adjust the Focus Control on the FBT to obtain clear picture. 5 1. Test Point --Tape --Adj. Loosen the Ring Lock and adjust the Purity Magnets so that a red field is obtained at the center of the screen. Adjust the two magnets for VRS adjustment like the below figure so that the cross hatch pattern becomes flat. 3. Tighten the clamp screw on the Deflection Yoke. Fully degauss the unit using an external degaussing coil. Pattern Generator Mode --Input Monoscope Spec. See below 4. 21. 3. Only when replacing the CRT then adjust as a preparation. Symptom of Misadjustment: If Color Purity Adjustment is incorrect. 5-7 L3800EA . Slowly push the Deflection Yoke toward bell of CRT and set it where a uniform red field is obtained. 4. Loosen the screw on the Deflection Yoke Clamper and pull the Deflection Yoke back away from the screen. Point Deflection Yoke Purity Magnet M. Test Point --Tape --Adj. VRS Adjustment 1.6) 6. (See Fig. Point Focus Control M. Connect Oscilloscope and get the cross hatch pattern. FBT = Fly Back Transformer 1. 2. Focus Adjustment Purpose: Set the optimum Focus. EQ. See below GREEN RED BLUE Fig. Operate the unit for over 30 minutes before adjusting. Face the unit to the East and Degauss the CRT using Degaussing Coil. 2. (See Fig. Set the unit facing east. Purity Adjustment Purpose: To obtain pure color. Symptom of Misadjustment: If Focus Adjustment is incorrect. The following adjustments normally are not attempted in the field.

23.P. Point C.P. Yv. MAGNET CLAMPER C. Paintlock the C. Adjust the volume of Deflection Yoke(Yh. Magnet. G 5-8 L3800EA .P. Magnets after adjustment. MAGNET (RB) R G B B Fig. 7) 2. 5. Xv Adjustment 1. Convergence Adjustment Purpose: To obtain proper convergence of red.P. Yv.22.P. 8 1. green and blue beams. FRONT YH Yv Xv Xv YH CRT COIL SCREW PURITY RB RB-G RING LOCK SCREW Yv DY WEDGE C. Magnet (RB-G) Deflection Yoke M. Symptom of Misadjustment: If Convergence Adjustment is incorrect. Xv) to get good convergence. Pattern Generator Figure Mode --Input Dot Pattern or Crosshatch Spec. MAGNET COIL CLAMPER DEFLECTION YOKE Fig. the edge of white letters may have color edges. Align red / blue with green dots at the center of the screen by rotating (RB-G) C.P. Test Point --Tape --Adj. 6 C. Magnet (RB) C. Yh. Magnets.B.P. Fix the Deflection Yoke by carefully inserting the DY Wedges between CRT and Deflection Yoke. (See Fig. See below 4. EQ. Loosen the Ring Lock and align red with blue dots or Crosshatch at the center of the screen by rotating (RB) C. (See Fig. 7 R G C. MAGNET (RB-G) RB RB G Fig.P. 8) 3. Remove the DY Wedges and slightly tilt the Deflection Yoke horizontally and vertically to obtain the best overall convergence.

1. 5. and confirm that OSD indication is “7F = FF. Press [SLEEP] button on the service remote control unit to enter the Service mode. 2. Turn the power on. Use the service remote control unit.) 3. Press [VOL p] button on the service remote control unit twice. initialize the television as the following procedure. and unplug the AC cord from the AC outlet.” If needed.) 4.) 6. (It takes one or two seconds. set it to become “7F = FF” by pressing [CH o / p] buttons on the service remote control unit. 6-1 L3300INT . (Use main power on the TV unit. Confirm that OSD indication on the four corners on TV screen changes from on and off light indication to red by pressing a [DISPLAY] button. Turn the power off by pressing main power button on the TV unit. (Refer to “How to Set up the Service mode” on page 5-1.HOW TO INITIALIZE THE TELEVISION To put the program back at the factory-default.

V.IC111 TV MICON/VIDEO /AUDIO/CHROMA /DEFLECTION RCV101 RCV-IN 70 KEY-IN1 66 KEY-IN2 69 KEY SWITCH REMOTE SENSOR IC151 (MEMORY) 72 I2C-OPEN 58 SCL 56 SDA INPUT0 TO IF/VIDEO BLOCK System Control Block Diagram CS 7 SCL 6 SDA 5 TO AUDIO BLOCK SCL SDA INPUT0 63 Q161 BLOCK DIAGRAMS 7-1 73 AFT-IN 75 AGC INPUT1 80 Q131 TO IF/VIDEO BLOCK AFT-IN AGC A-O-MUTE 55 VOLUME 62 A-MUTE 57 DG-ON-H +5V-CTRL +5V-CTRL2 +8V-CTRL 74 28 18 40 INPUT0 INPUT1 A-O-MUTE VOLUME A-MUTE TO AUDIO BLOCK TO POWER SUPPLY BLOCK P-ON-H PROTECT-1 PROTECT-2 PROTECT-3 79 68 67 76 DG-ON-H +5V-CTRL +5V-CTRL2 +8V-CTRL PROTECT-1 PROTECT-2 P-ON-H PROTECT-1 PROTECT-2 PROTECT-3 TO CRT/H. BLOCK MAIN CBA L3800BLS .

58MHz 6427FF JK741 VIDEO-Y-IN (REAR) JK741 VIDEO-Cb-IN (REAR) JK741 VIDEO-Cr-IN (REAR) OSD SW CONTRAST BRIGHTNESS RGB DRIVE /CUT OFF /H. BLK 52 51 50 WH301A 5 BLUE 4 GREEN 3 RED TO CRT/H.V. BLOCK L3800BLIF .V. BLOCK WH301B JK721 S-VIDEO-IN C Y 53 46 45 38 37 ACL H-DRIVE FBP-IN RAMP-OUT V-RAMP-F/B TO CRT/H.CLK SIF TRAP 1 14 IF AGC DET AFT AMP DEFEAT 2 18 13 RF AGC EQ AMP 1 2 3 5 IF/Video Block Diagram WF16 INPUT0 AGC AFT-IN TO SYSTEM CONTROL BLOCK 11 JK701 VIDEO-IN (FRONT) 11 14 58 SCL 56 SDA 32 VCXO IC111 TV MICON/VIDEO /AUDIO/CHROMA /DEFLECTION WF2 7-2 27 26 WF1 24 20 25 LPF 21 29 CHROMA COMB BASEBAND TINT CHROMINANCE PROCESS CIRCUIT LUMINANCE PROCESS CIRCUIT RGB MATRIX /COLOR CONT 30 OSD H-SYNC PROCESS CIRCUIT 61 S-SW V-SYNC PROCESS CIRCUIT JK711 VIDEO-IN (REAR) 16 X301 3.RF/IF SIGNAL IC31 CF32 4 7 SIF 4.5MHz FILTER 8 SIF AMP (IF SIGNAL PROCESS) VIDEO SIGNAL AUDIO SIGNAL TU11 16 17 VIF AMP VIDEO DET SF11 MAIN CBA TO AUDIO BLOCK IF 7 SAW FILTER VCO AGC SCL SDA EXT.V.

AUDIO SIGNAL MAIN CBA L-CH IC431 (MTS/SAP AUDIO SIGNAL PROCESS) TO IF/VIDEO BLOCK 21 SIF VCA OFFSET CANCEL L-R FILTER SAP FILTER dBX DE-EMPH 24 27 STEREO FILTER OFFSET CANCEL MATRIX (L-R)/SAP SW SPECTRAL EXPAND SPECTRAL RMS DET WIDE BAND FILTER WIDE BAND RMS DET WIDE BAND EXPAND OFFSET CANCEL AGC L+R FILTER 75uS DE-EMPH 30 R-CH 29 SAP DEMOD SAP OUT FILTER Audio Block Diagram I2C DECORDER SPECTRAL FILTER IC771 (INPUT SELECT) 6427FF 13 3 JK742 AUDIO(L)-IN (REAR) (L-CH) (L-CH) 11 15 14 12 TUNER REAR2 REAR1 FRONT IC801 (AUDIO AMP) SP801 SPEAKER L-CH 7-3 WF6 (R-CH) AMP 14 JK742 AUDIO(R)-IN (REAR) CN801 CLN801 SP-L 1 SP-GND 2 JK711 AUDIO(L)-IN (REAR) REAR1 5 TUNER 4 REAR2 2 FRONT 1 3 8 MUTE /STANDBY CONTROL (R-CH) VOLUME SP802 SPEAKER R-CH JK711 AUDIO(R)-IN (REAR) SW CTL 9 10 AMP RF 2 7 5 11 CLN802 CN802 SP-R 1 SP-GND 2 JK702 AUDIO(L)-IN (FRONT) Q801 RF +5V JK703 AUDIO(R)-IN (FRONT) Q761 AMP Q751 AMP Q794 Q793 +8V 6427FF TO POWER SUPPLY BLOCK Q811 6427FF JK731 AUDIO(L)-OUT (REAR) JK731 AUDIO(R)-OUT (REAR) Q792 Q791 A-MUTE VOLUME A-O-MUTE INPUT 0 INPUT 1 SCL SDA TO SYSTEM CONTROL BLOCK L3800BLA .

Y.VIDEO SIGNAL IC551 (V-DEFLECTION CONTROL) MAIN CBA WF12 5 5 DY551 D. H.V.OUTPUT Q571 Q512 SWITCHING P-ON-ON WF8 HDRIVE CRT/H. Q1512 RED AMP WF15 WF4 Q1521. Block Diagram H-DRIVE Q572 H. Q552 CONTROL Q561 (SWITCHING) VR561 PCC VR562 WIDTH CN571 1 RAMP-OUT Q511 (SWITCHING) 1 V-RAMP-F/B 6 3 PULSE UP TO IF/VIDEO BLOCK WF7 T572 H. HV DEF+B +B FOCUS VR ANODE TO SYSTEM CONTROL BLOCK F S 1 3 5 7 10 8 11 PROTECT-1 PROTECT-2 PROTECT-3 FOCUS SCREEN 7-4 SCREEN VR 4 6 9 ANODE WH501B 3 1 WF10 WH501A 3 HEATER 1 +200V TO IF/VIDEO BLOCK FBP-IN ACL JK1501 WF3 Q1511.B.DRIVE TO POWER SUPPLY BLOCK T571 F.T. Q1522 GREEN AMP WF14 FOCUS SCREEN GND R G B WF5 BLUE AMP Q1531. VDRIVE WF11 7 THERMAL PROTECTION AMP 4 3 WF9 Q551. Q1532 WF13 V501 CRT HEATER CN1501 7 4 8 6 11 10 9 TO IF/VIDEO BLOCK WH301A WH301B RED 3 GREEN 4 BLUE 5 GND L3800BLCRT CRT CBA .

check to see that all components in the power supply circuit are not defective before you connect the AC plug to the AC power supply. HOT CIRCUIT. CAUTION ! : For continued protection against risk of fire. HOT MAIN CBA T601 D605 . BE CAREFUL. replace only with same type 4 A.CAUTION ! Fixed voltage (or Auto voltage selectable) power supply circuit is used in this unit.D608 BRIDGE RECTIFIER 6 7 COLD TP601 +B 4A/125V DEF +B PROTECT-2 (TO PIN 67 OF IC111) +B AL+33V BACK-UP P-ON+5V +5V-CTRL2 (TO PIN 18 OF IC111) Q321 +9V SWITCHING AL+9V F601 4A/125V L601 AC601 AC CORD LINE FILTER CN691 10 Power Supply Block Diagram DG691 DEGAUSSING COIL Q672 SWITCHING Q111 +5V SWITCHING PS691 4 8 Q673 SWITCHING CONTROL AL+12V 7-5 2 12 9 1 11 4 1 Q601 SWITCHING Q681 +8V SWITCHING P-ON+8V +8V-CTRL (TO PIN40 OF IC111) Q602 LIMITER Q682 +5V SWITCHING P-ON+5V +5V-CTRL (TO PIN28 OF IC111) PROTECT-1 (TO PIN68 OF IC111) IC601 ERROR VOLTAGE DET 3 2 VR661 Q652 FEED BACK +B ADJ RL601 RF TO AUDIO BLOCK Q674 SWITCHING P-ON-ON Q696 SWITCHING DG-ON-ON P-ON-H (TO PIN79 OF IC111) DG-ON-H (TO PIN74 OF IC111) L3800BLP . Otherwise it may cause some components in the power supply circuit to fail. 125V fuse. 125V. ATTENTION : Utiliser un fusible de rechange de même type de 4A. 4A/125V NOTE: The voltage for parts in hot circuit is measured using hot GND as a common terminal. If Main Fuse (F601) is blown .

PP --.Semiconductor Cap.Mylar Cap.SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS / CBA'S AND TEST POINTS Standard Notes Many electrical and mechanical parts in this chassis have special characteristics. 5. Do not use the part number shown on these drawings for ordering. All voltages are DC voltages unless otherwise specified. fire. and may be slightly different or amended since these drawings were prepared. MTL --.0±60 ppm/°C CSL --. Replacement parts that have these special safety characteristics are identified in this manual and its supplements. All resistance values are indicated in ohms (K = 103. The correct part number is shown in the parts list.Low Leakage type Temperature Characteristics of Capacitors are noted with the following: B --. etc. 2. M = 106).+350~-1000 ppm/°C Tolerance of Capacitors are noted with the following: Z --.±10% CH --. Capacitors and transistors are represented by the following symbols.Fuse Res. or other hazards. SC --.Metallized Film Cap. Resistor wattages are 1/4W or 1/6W unless otherwise specified. Note of Capacitors: ML --. The use of substitute replacement parts that do not have the same safety characteristics as specified in the parts list may create shock. read the parts list in this manual carefully.Metal Res. F --. All capacitance values are indicated in µF (P = 10-6 µF). wattage. L --. CBA Symbols (Top View) (Bottom View) + Electrolytic Capacitor Schematic Diagram Symbols Digital Transistor (Bottom View) Transistor or Digital Transistor E C B (Top View) (Top View) NPN Transistor ECB ECB PNP Transistor (Top View) (Top View) NPN Digital Transistor ECB ECB PNP Digital Transistor 8-1 L15N_SC . Before replacing any of these components.+80~-20% Note of Resistors: CEM --. These characteristics often pass unnoticed and the protection afforded by them cannot necessarily be obtained by using replacement components rated for higher voltage. electrical components having such features are identified by the mark “#” in the schematic diagram and the parts list. 4.Cement Res. Notes: 1. 3.

0) 2 3 5.0 (3. AND SYMBOLS USED IN THE SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS ON THE FOLLOWING PAGES: 1. NOTES._V. 2.0 (3. The correct part number is shown in the parts list. and may be slightly different or amended since the drawings were prepared.LIST OF CAUTION. 8-2 L15N_SC . AREA B1 1-D3 A B C D 6. 5. use only original replacement parts which are listed with their part numbers in the parts list section of the service manual. : Used to indicate a test point with a component lead on foil side. CAUTION: CAUTION: FOR CONTINUED PROTECTION AGAINST RISK OF FIRE. Otherwise it may cause some components in the power supply circuit to fail. 2. To maintain original function and reliability of repaired units. REPLACE ONLY WITH SAME TYPE_A.: 1 (Unit: Volt) 5. Voltage indications on the schematics are as shown below: Plug the TV power cord into a standard AC outlet. ATTENTION: UTILISER UN FUSIBLE DE RECHANGE DE MÊME TYPE DE_A._V FUSE. Note: 1. "1-B1" means that line number "1" goes to the line number "1" of the area "B1". 2. : Used to indicate a test point with no test pin. How to read converged lines 1-D3 Distinction Area Line Number (1 to 3 digits) 3 AREA D3 1-B1 2 Examples: 1. If Main Fuse (F601) is blown. 4. : Used to indicate a test point with a test pin. first check to see that all components in the power supply circuit are not defective before you connect the AC plug to the AC power supply. CAUTION: Fixed Voltage (or Auto voltage selectable) power supply circuit is used in this unit. 3. "1-D3" means that line number "1" goes to the line number 1 "1" of the area "D3". Do not use the part number shown on the drawings for ordering. Test Point Information : Indicates a test point with a jumper wire across a hole in the PCB.0) Power on mode Power off mode Voltage Indicates that the voltage is not consistent here.

ICS Position C-2 IC111 A-3 IC151 TRANSISTORS Q111 D-1 Q131 A-3 Q161 A-4 Q321 E-1 CONNECTOR CN301 A-3 8-3 L3800SCM1 .Main 1/4 Schematic Diagram MAIN 1/4 Ref No.

Main 2/4 Schematic Diagram MAIN 2/4 Ref No. ICS Position IC431 G-3 IC771 H-2 IC801 I-3 TRANSISTORS Q751 J-2 Q761 J-2 Q791 H-1 Q792 H-1 Q793 H-2 Q794 G-1 Q801 J-3 Q811 I-3 CONNECTORS L-4 CN801 CN802 L-4 8-4 L3800SCM2 .

ATTENTION : Utiliser un fusible de rechange de même type de 4A. check to see that all components in the power supply circuit are not defective before you connect the AC plug to the AC power supply. 125V fuse. hot GND as a common terminal. Otherwise it may cause some components in the power supply circuit to fail.Main 3/4 Schematic Diagram CAUTION ! Fixed voltage (or Auto voltage selectable) power supply circuit is used in this unit. If Main Fuse (F601) is blown . MAIN 3/4 Ref No. ICS Position P-3 IC31 O-1 IC601 TRANSISTORS P-2 Q601 P-1 Q602 Q652 O-1 Q672 N-2 Q673 N-1 Q674 N-1 M-2 Q681 M-1 Q682 O-2 Q696 CONNECTOR Q-2 CN691 TEST POINT N-4 TP300 VARIABLE RESISTOR VR661 O-1 8-5 L3800SCM3 . 4A/125V NOTE: CAUTION ! : For continued protection against risk of fire. The voltage for parts in hot circuit is measured using replace only with same type 4 A. 125V.

Position CONNECTORS CN571 T-3 WH301A V-2 WH501A V-3 TEST POINT U-2 TP601 VARIABLE RESISTORS VR561 U-3 VR562 U-3 CRT Ref No. Position IC S-3 IC551 TRANSISTORS Q511 S-2 Q512 S-2 Q551 T-3 Q552 T-3 Q561 U-3 Q571 U-2 Q572 T-2 Ref No.Main 4/4 & CRT Schematic Diagram MAIN 4/4 Ref No. Position TRANSISTORS Q1511 W-1 Q1512 W-2 W-1 Q1521 W-2 Q1522 X-1 Q1531 X-2 Q1532 CONNECTORS CN1501 X-2 WH301B V-2 WH501B V-3 8-6 L3800SCM4 .

a variable isolation transformer is required. If Main Fuse (F601) is blown . ATTENTION : Utiliser un fusible de rechange de même type de 4A. Position ICS B-1 IC31 E-1 IC111 E-2 IC151 IC431 D-1 A-1 IC551 D-3 IC601 F-3 IC771 E-3 IC801 TRANSISTORS Q111 F-1 Q131 E-1 Q161 E-2 Q321 D-1 Q511 A-2 Q512 B-2 B-2 Q551 C-2 Q552 C-2 Q561 B-2 Q571 B-2 Q572 B-4 Q601 C-4 Q602 Q652 D-2 Q672 D-2 Q673 D-2 D-3 Q674 E-3 Q681 D-3 Q682 D-3 Q696 Q751 E-2 Q761 E-3 Q791 E-3 Q792 E-2 Q793 E-2 Q794 E-2 Q801 E-3 Q811 E-3 CONNECTORS C-1 CN301 A-3 CN571 D-4 CN691 E-1 CN801 E-3 CN802 WH301A D-1 WH501A A-3 TEST POINTS A-3 TP300 B-4 TP601 VARIABLE RESISTORS VR561 A-2 VR562 A-2 VR661 A-2 8-7 BL3700F01011-1 . check to see that all components in the power supply circuit are not defective before you connect the AC plug to the AC power supply. 125V.when troubleshooting this type power supply circuit. 4A/125V NOTE: The voltage for parts in hot circuit is measured using hot GND as a common terminal. CAUTION ! : For continued protection against risk of fire. in order to have the ability to increase the input slowly. Also. Because a hot chassis ground is present in the power supply circuit.Main CBA Top View CAUTION ! Fixed voltage (or Auto voltage selectable) power supply circuit is used in this unit. TP601 +B FOCUS-VR (UPPER SIDE) SCREEN-VR (LOWER SIDE) TP300 GND VR661 +B ADJ VR561 PCC VR562 WIDTH MAIN CBA Ref No. an isolation transformer must be used. 125V fuse. replace only with same type 4 A. Otherwise it may cause some components in the power supply circuit to fail.

NOTE: The voltage for parts in hot circuit is measured using hot GND as a common terminal. CAUTION ! : For continued protection against risk of fire. in order to have the ability to increase the input slowly. 125V. Otherwise it may cause some components in the power supply circuit to fail. replace only with same type 4 A.when troubleshooting this type power supply circuit. 125V fuse. an isolation transformer must be used. 4A/125V WF6 PIN 3 OF IC801 WF8 Q571 Base WF10 PIN 3 OF WH501A WF9 PIN 1 OF CN571 WF12 PIN 4 OF CN571 WF7 Q572 Collector WF11 PIN 7 OF IC551 WF1 PIN 26 OF IC111 WF16 PIN 5 OF TU11 WF2 PIN 14 OF IC111 8-8 BL3700F01011-1 . ATTENTION : Utiliser un fusible de rechange de même type de 4A.Main CBA Bottom View CAUTION ! Fixed voltage (or Auto voltage selectable) power supply circuit is used in this unit. If Main Fuse (F601) is blown . check to see that all components in the power supply circuit are not defective before you connect the AC plug to the AC power supply. Because a hot chassis ground is present in the power supply circuit. a variable isolation transformer is required. Also.

Position TRANSISTORS Q1511 A-2 Q1512 A-2 A-2 Q1521 A-2 Q1522 A-2 Q1531 A-2 Q1532 CONNECTORS CN1501 B-1 WH301B B-2 WH501B B-1 CRT CBA Bottom View WF14 Q1521 Collector WF4 Q1521 Base WF15 WF3 Q1511 Q1511 Collector Base WF5 Q1531 Base WF13 Q1531 Collector 8-9 BL3700F01011-2 .CRT CBA Top View CRT CBA Ref No.

5V 20µs IC 111 Pin 14 WF6 1DIV: 0.5V 20µs IC 111 Pin 26 WF5 1DIV: 2V 20µs Q 1531 Base WF2 1DIV: 0.Center Contrast---Approx 70%) GND GND WF1 1DIV: 0. (Brightness---Center Color---Center Tint --. (Shown in Schematic Diagram.WAVEFORMS WF1 ~ WF16 = Waveforms to be observed at Waveform check points. reconnect to AC outlet and then turn power on.2V 20ms IC 801 Pin 3 GND GND WF3 1DIV: 2V 20µs Q1511 Base WF7 1DIV: 10V 20µs Q 572 Collector GND WF4 1DIV: 2V 20µs Q 1521 Base 9-1 WF8 1DIV: 5V 20µs Q 571 Base L15WF .) Input: NTSC Color Bar Signal (with 1kHz Audio Signal) INITIAL POSITION: Unplug unit from AC outlet for at least 5 minutes.

reconnect to AC outlet and then turn power on.2V 20µs TU 11 Pin 5 L15WF . (Brightness---Center Color---Center Tint --.WF1 ~ WF16 = Waveforms to be observed at Waveform check points. (Shown in Schematic Diagram.) Input: NTSC Color Bar Signal (with 1kHz Audio Signal) INITIAL POSITION: Unplug unit from AC outlet for at least 5 minutes.Center Contrast---Approx 70%) GND WF9 1DIV: 200V 20µs CN 571 Pin 1 WF13 1DIV: 20V 20µs Q 1531 Collector GND WF10 1DIV: 5V 20µs WH501A Pin 3 WF14 1DIV: 20V 20µs Q 1521 Collector GND WF11 1DIV: 1V 5ms IC 551 Pin 7 WF15 1DIV: 20V 20µs Q 1511 Collector WF12 1DIV: 10V 5ms CN 571 Pin 4 9-2 WF16 1DIV: 0.

DY551 D.WIRING DIAGRAM CLN801 SP801 SPEAKER L-CH CN801 1 SP-L 2 SP-GND CLN802 SP802 SPEAKER R-CH ANODE CN802 1 SP-R 2 SP-GND TU11 TUNER UNIT V501 CRT MAIN CBA CN691 1 2 GND CN1501 FOCUS T571 FBT SCREEN WH301B BLUE GREEN RED GND +8V 5 4 3 2 1 CLN301 5 4 3 2 1 WH301A BLUE GREEN RED GND +8V CRT CBA WH501B HEATER 3 GND 2 +200V 1 CLN501 WH501A 3 HEATER 2 GND 1 +200V 6427FF (NO CONNECTION) CN301 1 GND 2 INT-MONI CN301 IS USED FOR ADJUSTMENT AT FACTORY. HD CN571 1 2 3 4 5 VD AC601 10-1 L3800WI .Y.

GND VCC N.U.U.U. N.U. S-SW VOLUME INPUT0 DC 8. 5. N.7 VREG OUT N.U. A-O-MUTE SDA A-MUTE SCL N.7V Output Not Used H Vco Feed Back Horizontal AFC Filter GND Flyback Pulse Input H Pulse Output Vcc Vcc Vcc Red Output Green Output Blue Output IB-Input Not Used Mute Signal of Audio Output I2C-BUS Controller Interface (Data) Audio Mute I2C-BUS Controller Interface (Clock) (GND) Not Used Detecting S-VIDEO Jack Connection Volume Input Select 0 MCU 5. 29 30 31 32 C(Y/C) IN Y(Y/C) IN V REG VCC FSC OUT A B 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 5. N. CVBS IN 3 V-IN N.IC PIN FUNCTION DESCRIPTIONS Comparison Chart of Models and Marks Model 6427FF EWF2705 Mark A B Pin Mark Signal Name No.U.58 X'TAL C-APC GND Not Used Not Used Not Used GND ALL+5V (GND) FILT Filter for CCD VHOLD Input for Video Signal RESET RESET Signal Output Composite Signal Output GND 3. H VCO F/B AFC FILT GND FBP IN H-OUT VCC VCC VCC R OUT G OUT B OUT ACL N. FILT HLF VHOLD CVIN RESET MCU RESET OUT Y-SW OUT GND 3.U.U. N. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 A B A B A B CNVSS N.7V Output 63 MONITOR OUT N.7REG Micro controller Control OUT Voltage Output N.U. CVBS IN1 Y-IN N.58MHz Monitor Out Not Used Not Used Not Used Not Used V Ramp Feed Back IC111 (TV Micro Controller) Pin Mark Signal Name No.7V REG OUT Not Used Composite Signal Input 3 Cr Signal Input Not Used VCC (GND) Composite Signal Input 2 Cb Signal Input Not Used Composite Signal Input 1 Y Signal Input Not Used 11-1 L3800PIN .U.58MHz Crystal CHROMINANCE APC 33 Function V RAMP OUT Vertical Output V RAMP CAP V Ramp OSC Capacitor 8.U.U.U.U. N. V RAMP F/B Function Chrominance Signal Input Luminance Signal Input DC 8.U.7V Input Clock Output 3.U. N. CVBS IN2 V-IN N.U. VCC N.

64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80 N. N. KEY-IN 1 PROTECT-2 PROTECT-1 KEY-IN 2 RCV-IN N.U. P-ON-H INPUT 1 Function Not Used Not Used Key Input 1 (Main) Power Supply Protection Power Supply Protection Key Input 2 (Main) Input For Remote Control Not Used White Balance Adjustment Judgement AFT Voltage Input Degaussing Coil Control AGC Voltage Input Power Supply Protection Not Used Not Used Output for P-ON-H Input Select 1 11-2 L3800PIN .U.U.U.Pin Mark Signal Name No.U. N. I2C-OPEN AFT-IN DG-ON-H AGC PROTECT-3 N.

EXPLODED VIEWS Cabinet L-8 L-8 SHINWHA TAPE SGT-730 (BLACK) V501-2 SHINWHA TAPE SGT-730 (WHITE) A-4 V501-1 Details for DY551 and surrounding parts L-8 DY551 B-2 B-11 L-10 L-10 Scotch Tape #880 B-20 L-13 SP801 DY551 B-2 L-13 B-2 L-8 B-1 B-20 DG691 B-20 A-2 CRT CBA B-11 L-8 CLN551 L-9 L-8 CLN801 Scotch Tape #880 B4 L1 L1 B3 L1 L1 B-20 PB6 B-2 V501 L-13 SP802 B-12 L-13 A-5 B-7 A-3 A-1 CLN802 See Electrical Parts List for parts with this mark. MAIN CBA B5 B2 PB4 PB6 AC601 12-1 L3800CEX .

Packing X-3 X-1 X-2 Tape S-2 S-6 X-5 S-4 S-1 Packing tape S7 S-5 S-3 FR ON T Packing tape 12-2 L3800PEX .

LABEL L1527P2 CLOTH(65) L7735TR:65X10X0. LABEL L3800UA SERIAL NO. Refer to Electrical Adjustment Instructions. Mark Description Part No. NOTE: Parts that are not assigned part numbers (---------) are not available. Deflection Yoke combination chart for parts order. CRT TYPE A DEFLECTION YOKE SCD-29319 CRT A68QCP693X PCM JH88DTA WEDGE FT-00110W LLBY00ZQS018 TCRT190SM032 XM04000BV010 XV10000T4001 LLBY00ZGS010 TCRT190GS045 XM04000BV010 XV10000T4001 LLBY00ZMS033 TCRT190MS017 XM04000BV010 XV10000T4001 CRT TYPE B DEFLECTION YOKE 6150Z-1248V CRT A68QCU770X PCM JH88DTA WEDGE FT-00110W CRT TYPE C DEFLECTION YOKE KDY4UWG78X CRT A68LZU185X PCM JH88DTA WEDGE FT-00110W BRAND BADGE L L1520UA~SYLVANIA~ 0EM406577 Table 1 (V501 and DY551 Combination) Note 1: Purity and Convergence Adjustments must be performed following CRT replacement. No. on the CRT Warning Label which is located on the CRT. ACCESSORIES X-1 X-1 X-2 X-3# X-3# X-5 A B A B REMOTE CONTROL NE122UD REMOTE CONTROL NE116UD DRY BATTERY R6P/2S OWNERS MANUALENGLISH/SPANISH BAG POLYETHYLENE 235X365XT0. Mark A-1 A-1 A-2 A-2 A-3 A-3 A-4# A-4# A-5 A-5 B-1 B-2 B-7# B-11 B-12 B-20# CLN551 CLN801 CLN802 DG691 # L-8 L-9 L-10 L-13 PB4# PB6 SP801 SP802 S-1 S-1 S-2 S-3 S-4 S-5 S-5 S-6 S7 B A B A B A B A B A B A B A B Description FRONT CABINET L2800UA FRONT CABINETL2807UH REAR CABINET L2800UA REAR CABINET L2802UCL2802UC CONTROL PLATE L6610UA CONTROL PLATEL6616UG RATING LABEL L3800UA RATING LABELL3801UB BADGE L BRANDTD351UB~EMERSON~ SPRING TENSION B0080B0:EM40808 SCREW L1500UA LABEL CRITICAL PARTS WARN ING B8007C3:EM41210 CLOTH 190X15XT0. V501: CRT Type No.MECHANICAL PARTS LIST PRODUCT SAFETY NOTE: Products marked with a # have special characteristics important to safety. A68QCP693X A68QCU770X A68LZU185X TCRT190SM032 TCRT190GS045 TCRT190MS017 DY551: Deflection Yoke Part No. LABELL3801UB HOLD PAD L1520UA LABEL.5T SPEAKER S08F38 SPEAKER S08F38 Part No. LLBY00ZQS018 LLBY00ZGS010 LLBY00ZMS033 PACKING CARTON L3800UA CARTONL3801UB STYROFOAM BOTTOM ASSEMBLY L1520UA SHEET SET PCEC:003502019816 SERIAL NO. PLEASE SEE TABLE 1 FOR DETAILS OF MATCHING COMBINATION. Comparison Chart of Models and Marks Model 6427FF EWF2705 Mark A B DY551# V501# V501-1 Ref. V501 (CRT) HAS COUPLE OF SUBSTITUTIONAL PARTS AND EACH PARTS ALSO HAS MATCHING COMBINATION WITH DY551.0 DEGAUSS HOLDER L1520UA CRT GND WIRE WIRE ASSEMBLY SPEAKER WIRE(180MM) WIRE ASSEMBLY WX1L2700-001 DEGAUSSING COIL ZTM-58 SCREW.03 NE122UD NE116UD XB0M451T0001 1EMN20268 0EM408420 OWNER'S MANUAL ENGLISH/SPANISH 1EMN20191 Note: 1. Please refer this CRT. Before replacing any of these components. DY551 (DEFLECTION YOKE) HAS MATCHING COMBINATION WITH V501. No. 0EM101410 0EM101451 0EM101409 1EM020017 0EM301899 0EM301889 ------------------0EM407162 26WH006 0EM406142 ---------TS7623 0EM406734 0EM406700 WX1L6615-001 WX1L9800-001 WX1L2700-001 LLBH00ZTM058 GBMP4180 DBU14140 GBKP3100 0EM406746 ---------0EM402149 DSD0808XQ016 DSD0808XQ016 1EM420567 1EM420860 0EM406513 0EM403887 ------------------0EM406681 ---------DY551# V501# V501-1 V501-2 DY551# V501# V501-1 V501-2 V501-2 Ref.ZLLFNSLE1 STYROFOAM TOP ASSEMBLY L1520UA 0EM406512 20050316 13-1 L3800CA . EAS(H3761UD) MAKER NO. V501: CRT Part No. Don't degrade the safety of the product through improper servicing. read carefully the product safety notice in this service manual. PLEASE SEE TABLE 1 FOR DETAILS OF MATCHING COMBINATION. Then See the Table 1 for V501 and DY551 combination chart. P-TIGHT 3X10 BIND HEAD+ SCREW. Note 2: Please confirm CRT Type No. ASSEMBLED 12:M3X12 CHASISS NO. P-TIGHT 4X18 BIND HEAD + SCREW TAPPING M4X14 SCREW.5 CLOTH 110X15XT2. 2.

CRT Warning Label CRT 20050316 13-2 L3800CA .CRT Warning Label Location CRT Type No.

(AX) Y K 0.(AX) B K 1000pF/50V ELECTROLYTIC CAP . C...1µF/25V CHIP CERAMIC CAP . 0.±1% K... Don't degrade the safety of the product through improper servicing. 10µF/50V M CHIP CERAMIC CAP .47µF/50V J CERAMIC CAP ..7µF/50V M ELECTROLYTIC CAP .. Mark C104 C111 C112 C113 C114 C115 C116 C117 C120 C122 C132 C133 C150 C151 C152 C301 C302 C303 C304 C305 C306 C309 C311 C312 C322 C324 Ref..01µF/50V ELECTROLYTIC CAP .1µF/50V M ELECTROLYTIC CAP . 0.(AX) F Z 0...1µF/50V CERAMIC CAP .7pF/50V CERAMIC CAP . Before replacing any of these components.0T CMA1JJS00473 CMA1JJS00333 CCA1JKTCH2R7 CCA1JKTCH5R6 C352 C353 C401 C402 C403 C404 C405 C406 C411 C413 C414 C415 C416 C417 C421 C422 C423 C426 C427 C428 C441 C442 C444 A A A Description ELECTROLYTIC CAP .(AX) SL J 47pF/50V CERAMIC CAP .5% J. 100µF/10V M ELECTROLYTIC CAP ..047µF/50V J FILM CAP .(AX) B K 0.3µF/50V M CERAMIC CAP .(AX) F Z 0. 2.01µF/25V CHIP CERAMIC CAP .(P) 0..(AX) B K 0..2µF/50V M CHIP CERAMIC CAP .01µF/25V PCB JUMPER D0. NOTES: 1.01µF/16V ELECTROLYTIC CAP . No..47µF/50V M ELECTROLYTIC CAP .(AX) F Z 0.1µF/50V M ELECTROLYTIC CAP . No.033µF/50V J CERAMIC CAP . 1ESA10413 1ESA10672 ------------------C325 C328 C329 C330 C331 C332 C341 Description MAIN CBA Consists of the following: Part No. 0. 0.(AX) B K 1000pF/50V CHIP CERAMIC CAP .0 FILM CAP .001µF/50V J ELECTROLYTIC CAP .. 0.(AX) B K 1000pF/50V ELECTROLYTIC CAP .(AX) CH K 2.(AX) F Z 0. 1000µF/10V M CHIP CERAMIC CAP .015µF/50V ELECTROLYTIC CAP . 2.. 10µF/50V M CERAMIC CAP ... B K 0. CE1JMASDL100 CE1CMASDL470 CE1JMASDL4R7 CHD1EZB0F104 CMA1JJS00102 CE1JMASDL0R1 CCA1JKT0B221 CCA1CKT0Y103 CE1AMASDL101 CE1AMASDL101 CA1J104TU014 CCA1EZTFZ103 CHD1EZB0F104 CCA1JKT0B221 CCA1JKT0B221 CHD1JJBCH121 CE1JMASDL1R0 CA1J153TU011 CE1JMASDL0R1 CE1JMASDL0R1 CE1AMASDL101 CE1JMASDL0R1 CE1JMASDL0R1 CE1JMASDL0R1 CE1JMASDLR47 CE1JMASDL100 CCA1JJTSL120 CE1JMASDL100 CCA1EZTFZ103 CMA1JJS00474 CCA1JKT0B102 CE1JMASDL100 CHD1JKB0B103 CE1JMASDL1R0 CHD1JKB0B103 CE1AMASDL102 CHD1JJBCH101 CCA1JKT0B101 CE1JMASDLR47 CE1JMASDL3R3 CE1JMASDL3R3 CA1J104TU014 CA1J223TU011 CHD1EZB0F104 CHD1EKB0B333 CE1JMASDL4R7 CE1AMASDL101 CE1JMASDL2R2 CHD1JJBCH151 CHD1JJBCH151 CE1JMASDL2R2 CE1JMASDL4R7 CE1JMASSLR47 CHD1JKB0B472 CE1JMASDL4R7 CE1JMASSLR47 CCA1CKT0X472 CE1JMASDL100 CE1JMASDL2R2 CE1JMASDLR33 Comparison Chart of Models and Marks Model 6427FF EWF2705 Mark A B MMA CBA MAIN CBA Ref. CH J 100pF/50V CERAMIC CAP . 0.7µF/50V M ELECTROLYTIC CAP . 4. 4. 0.. 10µF/50V M ELECTROLYTIC CAP .(AX) F Z 0..±2% M. 4.(AX) CH K 5.47µF/50V M H7 CHIP CERAMIC CAP .7µF/50V M CERAMIC CAP .(AX) B K 0.(AX) F Z 0. 100µF/10V M ELECTROLYTIC CAP .01µF/50V ELECTROLYTIC CAP . 0.022µF/50V CHIP CERAMIC CAP . CH J 150pF/50V CHIP CERAMIC CAP .(AX) X K 4700pF/16V ELECTROLYTIC CAP .±0.. 100µF/10V M ELECTROLYTIC CAP . read carefully the product safety notice in this service manual.01µF/25V STACKED FILM CAP . --------C342 C343 C345 C351 CCA1EZTFZ103 CE1AMASDL101 CE1JMASDL4R7 CA1J103TU011 CE1AMASDL101 CE1JMASDLR47 CCA1JJTSL470 CCA1JKT0B102 CE1JMASDL1R0 CCA1JJTSL470 CE1JMASDL4R7 CCA1JKTCH3R3 CCA1JKT0B102 CHD1JKB0B103 CE1AMASDL101 CCA1JKT0B102 CCA1EZTFZ103 JW5. 10µF/50V M CERAMIC CAP . Parts that are not assigned part numbers (---------) are not available.25% G. B K 4700pF/50V ELECTROLYTIC CAP .1µF/25V FILM CAP . F Z 0.. F Z 0.(AX) CH K 3. 0. 2. B K 0. CH J 120pF/50V ELECTROLYTIC CAP .ELECTRICAL PARTS LIST PRODUCT SAFETY NOTE: Products marked with a # have special characteristics important to safety. 100µF/10V M ELECTROLYTIC CAP . Mark A B Description MMA CBA MMA CBA Consists of the following: MAIN CBA CRT CBA Part No. 10µF/50V M ELECTROLYTIC CAP . 47µF/16V M ELECTROLYTIC CAP .±5% N.. 1µF/50V M CERAMIC CAP .±30% F. F Z 0.±10% Z.1µF/50V M ELECTROLYTIC CAP .. 0.6-P5. CH J 150pF/50V ELECTROLYTIC CAP .(AX) SL J 12pF/50V ELECTROLYTIC CAP ..01µF/50V ELECTROLYTIC CAP ..(AX) B K 220pF/50V CERAMIC CAP .33µF/50V M Part No.. B K 0.(P) 0. 4.47µF/50V M ELECTROLYTIC CAP .+80/-20% Ref..1µF/50V M ELECTROLYTIC CAP .47µF/50V M CERAMIC CAP . 4. 0.01µF/50V ELECTROLYTIC CAP . 0...(AX) B K 100pF/50V ELECTROLYTIC CAP ..3pF/50V CERAMIC CAP .. 100µF/10V M CERAMIC CAP . 1µF/50V M CHIP CERAMIC CAP . 100µF/10V M CERAMIC CAP .6pF/50V 20050316 14-1 L3800EL .7µF/50V M CERAMIC CAP .(AX) B K 1000pF/50V CERAMIC CAP . Tolerance of Capacitors and Resistors are noted with the following symbols.1µF/50V CERAMIC CAP .(P) 0..3µF/50V M ELECTROLYTIC CAP .033µF/25V ELECTROLYTIC CAP ..47µF/50V M H7 CERAMIC CAP . No.7µF/50V M CHIP CERAMIC CAP .(AX) SL J 47pF/50V ELECTROLYTIC CAP .1µF/25V CERAMIC CAP . 0.1µF/50V M ELECTROLYTIC CAP ...01µF/25V ELECTROLYTIC CAP . 4.7µF/50V M ELECTROLYTIC CAP .(AX) B K 220pF/50V CHIP CERAMIC CAP .2µF/50V M ELECTROLYTIC CAP .. 100µF/10V M ELECTROLYTIC CAP . 3. 3. 2. Mark CAPACITORS C11 C12 C13 C14 C31 C34 C35 C36 C37 C38 C49 C50 C51 C52 C53 C54 C55 C56 C57 C58 C59 C60 CERAMIC CAP . 1µF/50V M CERAMIC CAP .2µF/50V M ELECTROLYTIC CAP .1µF/50V M CERAMIC CAP ..±20% D.(AX) B K 220pF/50V CERAMIC CAP . B K 0.±0.

Mark C445 C446 C448 C501 C502 C503 C504 C505 C506 C508 C511 C551 C555 C556 C561 C562 C565 C566# C567# C568 C571# C572# C574# C577 C578 C580# C582# C584# C588# C594# C596 C601# C603 C605 C606 C609 C610# C611 C613 C614 C616 C618 C642# C643# C643# JS642 C650 C654# C656# C657# C658# C662# C663 C667 C673 C681 C682 C684 C685 Description FILM CAP .(AX) X K 3900pF/16V ELECTROLYTIC CAP .7µF/250V M ELECTROLYTIC CAP . B K 3900pF/50V ELECTROLYTIC CAP .47µF/50V M CHIP CERAMIC CAP .0B SWITCHING DIODE 1SS133(T-77) SWITCHING DIODE 1SS133(T-77) FAST RECOVERY DIODE ERA22-04 DIODE ERD07-15 FAST RECOVERY DIODE ERD38-06L SWITCHING DIODE 1SS133(T-77) SWITCHING DIODE 1SS133(T-77) SWITCHING DIODE 1SS133(T-77) ZENER DIODE MTZJT-7736B QDTZ001SS133 QDTZ001SS133 QDTB0MTZJ5R1 QDTZ001SS133 QDTZ001SS133 QDTB0MTZJ9R1 QDTZ001SS133 QDTZ001SS133 QDTZ001SS133 QDTZ001SS133 NDLZ000FR104 QDTB00MTZJ20 QDTZ001SS133 QDTB00MTZJ15 QDTB0MTZJ3R0 QDTZ001SS133 QDTZ001SS133 QDPZ0ERA2204 QDLZ0ERD0715 AERD3806L000 QDTZ001SS133 QDTZ001SS133 QDTZ001SS133 QDTB00MTZJ36 If C642 is 0. 100µF/35V M ELECTROLYTIC CAP . 1000µF/35V M CERAMIC CAP . 470µF/200V FILM CAP .1B SWITCHING DIODE 1SS133(T-77) SWITCHING DIODE 1SS133(T-77) ZENER DIODE MTZJT-779.(P) 0.(AX) F Z 0. BN 1800pF/2KV PP CAP 0.(AX) B K 470pF/50V CERAMIC CAP . 4.(P) 0.012µF/1. 2.033µF/50V J FILM CAP .82µF/250V J PP CAP .(AX) X K 3900pF/16V ELECTROLYTIC CAP .056µF/50V J CERAMIC CAP . 100µF/10V M CERAMIC CAP . 100µF/10V M ELECTROLYTIC CAP .(AX) B K 1000pF/50V ELECTROLYTIC CAP . 0. 1µF/50V M ELECTROLYTIC CAP . 470µF/35V M(VR) ELECTROLYTIC CAP . 1000µF/25V M CMA1JJS00104 CE1GMASDL470 CE1AMASDL471 CMA1JJS00104 CCD3DKA0B182 CA3C122VC010 CMA1JJS00333 CT2E824MS041 CT2E684MS041 CE2EMASTL4R7 CE1GMASDL470 CMA1JJS00153 CA3C123VC010 CT2K333KF011 CE2CMASDL1R0 CE2CMZPTL101 CE1JMASDL100 CCD2JKS0B101 CT2E224MS037 CCA1JKT0B471 CCD2JZP0F103 CCD2JZP0F103 CCD3DKA0B681 CA2D471NC013 CMA1JJS00333 CMA1JJS00563 CCA1CKT0X392 CMA1JJS00104 CMA1JJS00104 CCG2EMA0F103 CCG2EMA0F103 CA2E472MR050 JW10. 1000µF/16V M(VR/ CE1CMZNTL102 HC) CERAMIC CAP .0 CERAMIC CAP . 1µF/50V LL ELECTROLYTIC CAP . 1µF/50V M ELECTROLYTIC CAP . BN 680pF/2KV ELECTROLYTIC CAP .01µF/500V CERAMIC CAP .1µF/50V J FILM CAP . 1µF/50V M ELECTROLYTIC CAP . 2P TV-50P-02-V3 J3TVC05TG002 J3TVC02TG002 STRAIGHT CONNECTOR BASE 00 8283 J383C02UG002 0212 00 000 STRAIGHT CONNECTOR BASE 00 8283 J383C02UG002 0212 00 000 DIODES D101 D102 D131 D171 D322 D323 D326 D351 D352 D353 D501 D502# D503# D511 D552# D558 D561 D572 D580 D582# D583 D584# D585 D591# SWITCHING DIODE 1SS133(T-77) SWITCHING DIODE 1SS133(T-77) ZENER DIODE MTZJT-775. B K 3900pF/50V ELECTROLYTIC CAP . 47µF/35V M FILM CAP . 0.(AX) B K 1000pF/50V CHIP CERAMIC CAP . 470µF/10V M FILM CAP . 0. 10µF/50V M CERAMIC CAP .1µF/50V M ELECTROLYTIC CAP . 10µF/50V M ELECTROLYTIC CAP .(P) 0.0012µF/1.(P) 0. CCA1CKT0X392 CE1JMASDLR47 CHD1JKB0B392 CE1JMASDLR47 CE1JMASDL100 CCA1JKT0B102 CHD1JKB0B392 CE1JMASDLR47 CHD1JKB0B392 CE1JMASDLR47 CCA1CKT0X392 CE1JMASDLR47 CCA1CKT0X392 CE1JMASDLR47 CE1JMASDL1R0 CE1JMASDL0R1 CE1JMASDL1R0 CE1JMASDL0R1 CE1AMASDL101 CE1EMASDL221 CE1EMASDL221 CMA1JJS00104 CMA1JJS00104 CE1JMASDL4R7 CE1JMASDL1R0 CE1JMASDL1R0 CE1EMZNTL102 CE1CMASDL101 METALIZED PLYESTER CAP . B K 100pF/500V METALLIZED FILM CAP .(AX) X K 3900pF/16V ELECTROLYTIC CAP . 4. F Z 0.(P) 0.01µF/25V ELECTROLYTIC CAP . 4700pF/250V KX PCB JUMPER D0.1µF/50V J FILM CAP .0T CCD3DKA0B561 CE1JMASDL1R0 CE2CMZPTL101 CE1GMZNTL471 CE1EMZNTL102 CONNECTORS STRAIGHT CONNECTOR BASE 00 8283 J383C02UG002 0212 00 000 CONNECTOR BASE. 0. 0. 0.2µF/100V CT2A225MS065 J FILM CAP .(P) 0.1µF/50V J ELECTROLYTIC CAP . 1000µF/35V M ELECTROLYTIC CAP . 220µF/25V M ELECTROLYTIC CAP . B K 680pF/1KV Part No. 0.6-P10.(P) 0. If C643 is 4700pF. then JS642 (PCBJUMPER) is used. 4.47µF/50V M CERAMIC CAP . 100µF/16V M Part No.1µF/50V J FILM CAP . 100µF/160V M ELECTROLYTIC CAP .(AX) X K 3900pF/16V FILM CAP . 10000pF/250V SAFETY CAP . BN 560pF/2KV ELECTROLYTIC CAP . 100µF/10V M ELECTROLYTIC CAP .033µF/50V J PP CAP 0. ELECTROLYTIC CAP .6KV J P .Ref. 1µF/50V M ELECTROLYTIC CAP . 1µF/50V M ELECTROLYTIC CAP .1µF/50V J ELECTROLYTIC CAP .(P) 0. 1000µF/25V M ELECTROLYTIC CAP . 1µF/160V M ELECTROLYTIC CAP .6KV J FILM CAP .01µF/500V CERAMIC CAP .47µF/50V M CHIP CERAMIC CAP .033µF/630V J ELECTROLYTIC CAP . 100µF/10V M CCA1JKT0B102 CE1JMASDL1R0 CE1JMASDL4R7 CE1JMASDL100 CE1AMASDL101 CE1AMASDL102 CE1AMASDL101 20050316 14-2 L3800EL .(AX) B K 1000pF/50V ELECTROLYTIC CAP . 10000pF/250V SAFETY CAP .47µF/50V M ELECTROLYTIC CAP .1µF/50V M ELECTROLYTIC CAP .1µF/50V J CERAMIC CAP . CAPACITOR 0. then C643 is 0.1B SWITCHING DIODE 1SS133(T-77) SWITCHING DIODE 1SS133(T-77) SWITCHING DIODE 1SS133(T-77) SWITCHING DIODE 1SS133(T-77) DIODE FR104-B ZENER DIODE MTZJT-7720B SWITCHING DIODE 1SS133(T-77) ZENER DIODE MTZJT-7715B ZENER DIODE MTZJT-773. 0. No. 100µF/160V M ELECTROLYTIC CAP . No.01µF. B K 3900pF/50V ELECTROLYTIC CAP . F Z 0. 10µF/50V M CERAMIC CAP .01µF.(P) 0. 0. 1000µF/10V M ELECTROLYTIC CAP .(P) 0.(P) 0.1µF/50V J ELECTROLYTIC CAP .015µF/50V J PP CAP . 0.22µF/250V CERAMIC CAP .7µF/50V M ELECTROLYTIC CAP . 5P TV-50P-05-V3 CONNECTOR BASE. CMA1JJS00104 CMA1JJS00104 CE1JMASDL2R2 CMA2AJS00224 CCA1JKT0B102 CE1GMASDL101 CE1JMASLH1R0 CE1GMZNTL102 CE1GMZNTL102 CCA1EZTFZ103 CE1AMASDL101 CCD3AKD0B681 Ref.(P) 0.47µF/50V M CERAMIC CAP .7µF/50V M ELECTROLYTIC CAP . Mark C705 C706 C708 C709 C713 C718 C725 C726 C728 C729 C731 C733 C736 C738 C751 C757 C761 C767 C773 C801 C802 C803 C804 C807 C808 C809 C811 C833 CN301 CN571 # CN691 # CN801 CN802 A A A A A A A A A Description CERAMIC CAP . 220µF/25V M FILM CAP .1µF/50V J SAFETY CAP .(P) 0.22µF/100V J CERAMIC CAP . 0. 1µF/50V M ELECTROLYTIC CAP .68µF/250V J ELECTROLYTIC CAP .47µF/50V M ELECTROLYTIC CAP .2µF/50V M FILM CAP . 47µF/35V M ELECTROLYTIC CAP . 2.P .

0 LINEARITY COIL ELH5L6136N CHOKE COIL ELC18B821LK CHOKE COIL ELC18B821LK CHOKE COIL 47µH-K LINE FILTER JLB2460 LLARKBSTU220 LLAXJATTU180 LLAXJATTU151 LLARJCSTU101 LLARKBSTU220 JW5. 1/4W J 100 Ω CHIP RES.7k Ω CHIP RES. 1/4W J 2. 1/4W J 22k Ω CHIP RES.0 FAST RECOVERY DIODE 30DF6 DIODE FR154 DIODE FR154 SWITCHING DIODE 1SS133(T-77) ZENER DIODE 1ZB180 ZENER DIODE MTZJT-777.6-P5.5B DIODE FR154 DIODE 1ZC20 SWITCHING DIODE 1SS133(T-77) SWITCHING DIODE 1SS133(T-77) ZENER DIODE MTZJT-7736B SWITCHING DIODE 1SS133(T-77) SWITCHING DIODE 1SS133(T-77) SWITCHING DIODE 1SS133(T-77) ZENER DIODE MTZJT-7718A SWITCHING DIODE 1SS133(T-77) SWITCHING DIODE 1SS133(T-77) SWITCHING DIODE 1SS133(T-77) ZENER DIODE MTZJT-773. 1/10W J 0 Ω CARBON RES.(1608) 1/10W J 100k Ω CHIP RES. 1/4W J 100 Ω CARBON RES. 1/4W J 100 Ω CHIP RES.2k Ω CHIP RES.6-P5.(1608) 1/10W J 10k Ω CHIP RES.7k Ω CHIP RES.(1608) 1/10W J 220 Ω CHIP RES.(1608) 1/10W J 1.8B Part No.(1608) 1/10W J 100 Ω CHIP RES. 1/4W J 82 Ω CARBON RES. 1/4W J 100 Ω CHIP RES. 1/4W J 1k Ω CHIP RES.(1608) 1/10W J 1k Ω CHIP RES.(1608) 1/10W J 470 Ω CHIP RES.(1608) 1/10W J 2.(1608) 1/10W J 15k Ω CHIP RES.(1608) 1/10W J 1k Ω CHIP RES.(1608) 1/10W J 10k Ω CARBON RES. BUILT-IN TRANSISTOR BA1F4M-T QQSZ00BA1F4M 20050316 14-3 L3800EL . Mark Q321 Q511 Q512 Q551 Q552# Q561 Q571# Q572 Q601# Q602# Q652# Q672# Q673 Q674 Q681# Q682# Q696# Q751 Q761 Q791 Q792 Q793 Q794 Q801 Q811 R12 R31 R32 R35 R37 R38 R39 R44 R50 R54 R101 R102 R103 R104 R105 R106 R108 R109 R111 R112 R113 R114 R116 R121 R122 R123 R131 R133 R134 R135 R136 R137 R138 R139 R140 R141 A A A A A A Description TRANSISTOR 2SC2785(F) Part No.(1608) 1/10W J 4. 1/10W J 0 Ω ICS IC:VIF/SIF M61116FP TF0G IC M61272M8-059FP-60 MICRO COMPUTER/VCD (PB FREE) M61271M8-058FP RF3T IC:MEMORY S524C20D21 IC:MTS DECORDER AN5832SA-E1 IC:VERTICAL OUTPUT LA78041-E PHOTO COUPLER PS2501-1L IC:SWITCHING TC4052BF(EL) IC AN17812A COILS INDUCTOR 22µH-K-5FT INDUCTOR 18µH-J-26T INDUCTOR 150µH-J-26T INDUCTOR 100µH-J-5FT INDUCTOR 22µH-K-5FT PCB JUMPER D0.2k Ω CARBON RES. 1/10W J 0 Ω CHIP RES. BUILT-IN TRANSISTOR BA1F4M-T QQSZ00BA1F4M TRANSISTOR 2SA1175(F) TRANSISTOR 2SD1666R TRANSISTOR 2SC2785(F) TRANSISTOR 2SC5978 TRANSISTOR 2SC3708S MOS FET 2SK3561 TRANSISTOR 2SC2120-O-TPE2 TRANSISTOR 2SC2785(F) TRANSISTOR 2SA1175(F) TRANSISTOR 2SC2785(F) TRANSISTOR 2SC2785(F) TRANSISTOR 2SC2120-O-TPE2 TRANSISTOR 2SD400(E) TRANSISTOR 2SC2785(F) TRANSISTOR 2SC2785(F) TRANSISTOR 2SC2785(F) TRANSISTOR 2SC2785(F) TRANSISTOR 2SA1175(F) TRANSISTOR 2SC2785(F) TRANSISTOR 2SC2785(F) QQSF02SA1175 QQER02SD1666 QQSF02SC2785 QQZZ02SC5978 QQSS02SC3708 QFWZ02SK3561 QQS002SC2120 QQSF02SC2785 QQSF02SA1175 QQSF02SC2785 QQSF02SC2785 QQS002SC2120 QQUE002SD400 QQSF02SC2785 QQSF02SC2785 QQSF02SC2785 QQSF02SC2785 QQSF02SA1175 QQSF02SC2785 QQSF02SC2785 JW5.(1608) 1/10W J 270k Ω CHIP RES.2k Ω CHIP RES.5B SWITCHING DIODE 1SS133(T-77) SWITCHING DIODE 1N4148 T-77 ZENER DIODE MTZJT-7715B PCB JUMPER D0.0 CARBON RES.(1608) 1/10W J 4.0T RCX4JATZ0821 RCX4JATZ0820 RCX4JATZ0102 RRXAJB5Z0221 RRXAJB5Z0153 RRXAJB5Z0153 RRXAJB5Z0101 RCX4JATZ0222 RCX4JATZ0223 RCX4JATZ0101 RRXAJB5Z0152 RRXAJB5Z0222 RRXAJB5Z0272 RRXAJB5Z0472 RRXAJB5Z0822 RRXAJB5Z0103 RRXAJB5Z0103 RCX4JATZ0101 RRXAJB5Z0103 RRXAJB5Z0274 RRXAJB5Z0102 RRXAJB5Z0000 RCX4JATZ0101 RCX4JATZ0101 RRXAJB5Z0102 RRXAJB5Z0471 RRXAJB5Z0000 RRXAJB5Z0472 RRXAJB5Z0222 RRXAJB5Z0104 RRXAJB5Z0101 RRXAJB5Z0224 RCX4JATZ0223 RRXAJB5Z0102 RRXAJB5Z0000 RES. BUILT-IN TRANSISTOR BA1F4M-T QQSZ00BA1F4M RES. No. BUILT-IN TRANSISTOR BA1F4M-T QQSZ00BA1F4M RES.(1608) 1/10W J 15k Ω CHIP RES. No.(1608) 1/10W J 2. BUILT-IN TRANSISTOR BA1F4M-T QQSZ00BA1F4M RESISTORS PCB JUMPER D0. 1/4W J 820 Ω CARBON RES. QQSF02SC2785 RES.(1608) 1/10W J 8. 1/4W J 22k Ω CARBON RES.(1608) 1/10W J 220k Ω CARBON RES.6-P5.5k Ω CHIP RES.(1608) 1/10W J 1k Ω CHIP RES. BUILT-IN TRANSISTOR BA1F4M-T QQSZ00BA1F4M RES.(1608) 1/10W J 2.2k Ω CHIP RES.8B DIODE 1N5406 DIODE 1N5406 DIODE 1N5406 DIODE 1N5406 SWITCHING DIODE 1SS133(T-77) ZENER DIODE MTZJT-7720B ZENER DIODE MTZJT-7718B ZENER DIODE MTZJT-777.(1608) 1/10W J 10k Ω CHIP RES.(1608) 1/10W J 100 Ω CARBON RES.0T QDWZ00030DF6 NDLZ000FR154 NDLZ000FR154 QDTZ001SS133 QDQZ001ZB180 QDTB0MTZJ7R5 NDLZ000FR154 QDQZ0001ZC20 QDTZ001SS133 QDTZ001SS133 QDTB00MTZJ36 QDTZ001SS133 QDTZ001SS133 QDTZ001SS133 QDTA00MTZJ18 QDTZ001SS133 QDTZ001SS133 QDTZ001SS133 QDTB0MTZJ3R0 QDTZ001SS133 QDTB0MTZJ6R8 QSZBA0SHT034 QSZAA0RMB183 QSZAC0RMB182 NSZBA0SSM028 QSZBA0TMS003 QSZBA0SSY006 QPEL0PS25011 QSZBA0TTS096 QSZBA0SMS017 Ref.0B SWITCHING DIODE 1SS133(T-77) ZENER DIODE MTZJT-776.Ref.0T LLBD00PMS008 LLC821KMS001 LLC821KMS001 LLBD00PKV007 LLBG00ZXB012 QQSF02SC2785 TRANSISTORS TRANSISTOR 2SC2785(F) RES. Mark D594# D595# D597 D605# D606# D607# D608# D609 D611# D612# D613 D614 D615# D616# D623 D651# D652# D653# D654# D655# D656# D657# D658# D660 D661# D666 D671 D672 D675 D676 D685# D686 D696# D801 D841# D842# IC31 IC111 IC111 IC151 IC431 IC551 IC601# IC771 IC801 L12 L34 L50 L51 L112 L301 L551 L562 L564 L588 L601# Q111# Q131 Q161 A B Description SWITCHING DIODE 1SS133(T-77) SWITCHING DIODE 1SS133(T-77) ZENER DIODE MTZJT-776.7k Ω CHIP RES. QDTZ001SS133 QDTZ001SS133 QDTB0MTZJ6R8 NDLZ001N5406 NDLZ001N5406 NDLZ001N5406 NDLZ001N5406 QDTZ001SS133 QDTB00MTZJ20 QDTB00MTZJ18 QDTB0MTZJ7R5 QDTZ001SS133 QDTZ001N4148 QDTB00MTZJ15 JW5.

1/4W J 1.(1608) 1/10W J 8. 1/4W J 2. 1/4W J 820k Ω CARBON RES.(1608) 1/10W J 180k Ω CHIP RES.(1608) 1/10W J 470 Ω CHIP RES. 1/4W J 820 Ω Part No.(1608) 1/10W J 8.(1608) 1/10W J 470 Ω PCB JUMPER D0.7 Ω CARBON RES.7k Ω CHIP RES. 1/4W J 8.0T RRXAJB5Z0103 RCX4JATZ0222 RRXAJB5Z0101 RRXAJB5Z0000 RRXAJB5Z0472 RRXAJB5Z0473 RRXAJB5Z0152 RRXAJB5Z0000 RRXAJB5Z0682 RRXAJB5Z0103 RRXAJB5Z0102 RCX4JATZ0273 RRXAJB5Z0332 RRXAJB5Z0123 RRXAJB5Z0101 RRXAJB5Z0101 RRXAJB5Z0101 JW5. 1/4W J 220k Ω CARBON RES. Mark R542 R543 R544 R551 R552# R553 R554 R555 R556 R557 R558 R560 R561 R562 R563 R564 R566 R567 R568 R574 R575# R576 R577 R578# R579# R581 R583# R584# R587 R588# R589 R590 R591# R592# R593# R594# R595 R596 R597 R598# R599# R601# R602# R603 R604 R605 R607 R608 R609 R613# R614 R616 R618 R621 R622 R623 R641 R642 R650# R651# R652 R653 R654# Description CARBON RES.8k Ω CARBON RES.8k Ω CARBON RES.(1608) 1/10W J 1.(1608) 1/10W J 4.(1608) 1/10W J 4. 1/4W J 2. 1/4W J 15k Ω CEMENT RES.2k Ω CHIP RES. 2W J 10k Ω CARBON RES. 1/4W J 2.(1608) 1/10W J 1k Ω CARBON RES. 1/4W J 820 Ω CARBON RES. 1/4W J 47 Ω CARBON RES.(1608) 1/10W J 22k Ω CARBON RES.2k Ω CHIP RES. 1/4W J 33k Ω CARBON RES. 1/4W J 82k Ω CARBON RES.(1608) 1/10W J 220k Ω CARBON RES.(1608) 1/10W J 100 Ω CHIP RES. 1/4W J 390 Ω CARBON RES. 1/4W J 100 Ω CHIP RES. 1/4W J 2.0T RCX4JATZ0102 RCX4JATZ0333 RCX4JATZ0153 RW07R56DP007 RCX4JATZ0824 RCX4JATZ0824 RCX4JATZ0824 RCX4JATZ0824 RCX4JATZ0221 RCX4JATZ0221 RCX4JATZ0824 RN02JZLZ0R27 RCX4JATZ0271 RCX4JATZ0102 RCX4JATZ0391 RCX4JATZ0152 RCX4JATZ0470 RCX4JATZ0390 RCX4JATZ0682 RCX4JATZ0682 RCX4JATZ0822 RN02103ZU001 RCX4JATZ0823 RCX4JATZ0223 RCX4JATZ0272 20050316 14-4 L3800EL .7k Ω CARBON RES. 1/4W J 10k Ω CARBON RES. 1/4W J 68k Ω CARBON RES.(1608) 1/10W J 22k Ω CARBON RES.(1608) 1/10W J 22k Ω CHIP RES.2k Ω CHIP RES. 1/10W J 0 Ω CHIP RES.3k Ω CARBON RES. 1/4W J 2.(1608) 1/10W J 100 Ω CHIP RES.0 METAL OXIDE FILM RES.7k Ω CHIP RES. 1/4W J 1.(1608) 1/10W J 10k Ω CHIP RES.(1608) 1/10W J 100k Ω CHIP RES.56 Ω CARBON RES. 1/4W J 2. 1/4W J 27k Ω CHIP RES.7k Ω CHIP RES. 1/4W J 39 Ω CARBON RES. 1/4W J 22 Ω CHIP RES. 1/4W J 6.7k Ω CHIP RES. 1/4W J 27 Ω CARBON RES. 1/4W J 470 Ω CARBON RES.(1608) 1/10W J 12k Ω CHIP RES. 1/4W J 820k Ω CARBON RES.(1608) 1/10W J 470 Ω CHIP RES. 1/4W J 1k Ω PCB JUMPER D0. 1/4W J 68k Ω CARBON RES.0 CHIP RES. 7W K 0. 2W J 0. 1/4W J 1k Ω CARBON RES. 1/4W J 1k Ω CARBON RES. 1/4W J 1.(1608) 1/10W J 4. 1/4W J 47k Ω CHIP RES.5k Ω CARBON RES.(1608) 1/10W J 3. 1/4W J 22k Ω CARBON RES.2k Ω CARBON RES. 1/4W J 68k Ω CARBON RES.(1608) 1/10W J 10k Ω CHIP RES.(1608) 1/10W J 33k Ω METAL OXIDE FILM RES. 1/4W J 820k Ω CARBON RES. 1/4W J 220 Ω CARBON RES. 1/10W J 0 Ω CHIP RES. 2W J 18 Ω CARBON RES.(1608) 1/10W J 2.(1608) 1/10W J 18k Ω CHIP RES. 1/4W J 820k Ω METAL OXIDE FILM RES.2 Ω CARBON RES. RCX4JATZ0821 RCX4JATZ0821 RCX4JATZ0182 RN01102ZU001 RN018R2ZU001 RCX4JATZ0222 RCX4JATZ0272 RCX4JATZ0681 RRXAJB5Z0104 RRXAJB5Z0183 RRXAJB5Z0221 RRXAJB5Z0223 RCX4JATZ0122 RRXAJB5Z0104 RCX4JATZ0103 RRXAJB5Z0224 RCX4JATZ0103 RCX4JATZ0473 RRXAJB5Z0102 RCX4JATZ0221 RCX4JATZ0220 RRXAJB5Z0102 RCX4JATZ0221 RCX4JATZ0270 RCX4JATZ0270 JW5. 1/4W J 10k Ω CHIP RES.6-P5. 1/4W J 680 Ω CHIP RES. 1/4W J 22k Ω CARBON RES. 1/10W J 0 Ω CARBON RES. No.(1608) 1/10W J 4. 2W J 18 Ω CHIP RES. 1/4W J 1k Ω CARBON RES.(1608) 1/10W J 1k Ω CARBON RES. 1/4W J 820k Ω CARBON RES. 1/4W J 820 Ω CARBON RES.6-P5.7k Ω CHIP RES. Mark R150 R153 R154 R161 R162 R163 R164 R165 R167 R168 R170 R171 R172 R173 R174 R176 R177 R178 R301 R302 R303 R305 R312 R320 R323 R326 R327 R328 R329 R330 R342 R344 R345 R346 R348 R349 R355 R356 R357 R358 R362 R417 R422 R423 R427 R428 R445 R503 R504 R505 R506 R507 R508 R511 R513# R514 R515 R516# R520# R522 R535 R540 R541 A Description CHIP RES. 1/4W J 220 Ω CARBON RES. 1/4W J 1.7k Ω Part No.27 Ω CARBON RES.0T RN023R3ZU001 RCX4JATZ0102 RCX4JATZ0102 RCX4JATZ0563 RCX4JATZ0683 RCX4JATZ0154 RCX4JATZ0184 RCX4JATZ0224 RCX4JATZ0683 RCX4JATZ0104 RCX4JATZ0102 JW5.(1608) 1/10W J 470 Ω CHIP RES.7k Ω CHIP RES.(1608) 1/10W J 10k Ω CHIP RES.(1608) 1/10W J 100k Ω CARBON RES.3k Ω CHIP RES. 1/4W J 2.0 CARBON RES.(1608) 1/10W J 100 Ω CHIP RES.2k Ω METAL OXIDE FILM RES. 1/4W J 820 Ω CARBON RES. 1/4W J 6. 1W J 8. 1/4W J 100k Ω CARBON RES. 1/10W J 0 Ω CHIP RES. 1/4W J 100 Ω CARBON RES.(1608) 1/10W J 3.7 Ω CARBON RES.(1608) 1/10W J 100 Ω CHIP RES.6-P5.6-P5.(1608) 1/10W J 100 Ω CHIP RES.8k Ω CHIP RES. 1/4W J 270 Ω CARBON RES.8k Ω CARBON RES.(1608) 1/10W J 470 Ω CHIP RES.2k Ω CHIP RES.(1608) 1/10W J 6. 1/4W J 27 Ω PCB JUMPER D0.0T RRXAJB5Z0184 RRXAJB5Z0822 RRXAJB5Z0472 RRXAJB5Z0822 RRXAJB5Z0472 RRXAJB5Z0332 RCX4JATZ0683 RCX4JATZ01R0 RCX4JATZ0182 RCX4JATZ02R7 RCX4JATZ02R7 RCX4JATZ02R7 RCX4JATZ0333 RN02180ZU001 RCX4JATZ0272 RRXAJB5Z0333 RN02180ZU001 RRXAJB5Z0223 RCX4JATZ0223 RCX4JATZ0471 RCX4JATZ0821 RCX4JATZ0821 Ref.(1608) 1/10W J 10k Ω CHIP RES.(1608) 1/10W J 4. 1/4W J 56k Ω CARBON RES.7 Ω CARBON RES.7k Ω CHIP RES.(1608) 1/10W J 1k Ω CARBON RES.3 Ω CARBON RES.Ref.(1608) 1/10W J 22k Ω CHIP RES. 1W J 1k Ω METAL OXIDE FILM RES.(1608) 1/10W J 100 Ω CHIP RES. 1/4W J 2. 1/4W J 1k Ω CARBON RES. 1/4W J 220 Ω CARBON RES. 2W J 3.(1608) 1/10W J 47k Ω CHIP RES. No.(1608) 1/10W J 10k Ω CARBON RES. 1/4W J 1 Ω CARBON RES. 1/4W J 150k Ω CARBON RES.(1608) 1/10W J 560 Ω CHIP RES. 1/4W J 33k Ω METAL OXIDE FILM RES.5k Ω CHIP RES. 1/4W J 220 Ω CARBON RES.(1608) 1/10W J 220 Ω CHIP RES.0 CHIP RES.(1608) 1/10W J 100 Ω PCB JUMPER D0. RRXAJB5Z0000 RCX4JATZ0101 RCX4JATZ0101 RRXAJB5Z0471 RRXAJB5Z0103 RRXAJB5Z0471 RRXAJB5Z0103 RRXAJB5Z0472 RRXAJB5Z0272 RRXAJB5Z0472 RRXAJB5Z0103 RRXAJB5Z0561 RRXAJB5Z0000 RRXAJB5Z0223 RRXAJB5Z0103 RRXAJB5Z0101 RRXAJB5Z0101 RRXAJB5Z0471 RRXAJB5Z0223 RRXAJB5Z0101 RRXAJB5Z0471 RRXAJB5Z0471 JW5. 1/4W J 180k Ω CARBON RES.(1608) 1/10W J 10k Ω CHIP RES.8k Ω METAL OXIDE FILM RES.

1/4W J 10 Ω PCB JUMPER D0. 2W J 2.0 METAL OXIDE FILM RES.8 Ω CARBON RES.(1608) 1/10W J 15k Ω CHIP RES. 1/4W J 180 Ω CHIP RES.(1608) 1/10W J 75 Ω CHIP RES.0T RN026R8ZU001 RCX4JATZ01R2 RCX4JATZ01R2 RCX4JATZ0470 RCX4JATZ0100 JW5. 1/4W J 3.(1608) 1/10W J 82 Ω CHIP RES.(1608) 1/10W J 10k Ω CHIP RES.(1608) 1/10W J 15k Ω CHIP RES. 1/4W J 560 Ω CHIP RES.2k Ω CARBON RES.(1608) 1/10W J 1k Ω CHIP RES.(1608) 1/10W J 4. 1/4W J 1. 1/4W J 1k Ω CARBON RES.0 BEAD INDUCTORS FBR07HA121TB-00 BEAD INDUCTORS FBR07HA121TB-00 BEAD INDUCTORS FBR07HA121TB-00 BEAD INDUCTORS FBR07HA121TB-00 BEAD INDUCTORS FBR07HA121TB-00 BEAD INDUCTORS FBR07HA121TB-00 BEAD INDUCTORS FBR07HA121TB-00 WIRE ASSEMBLY WX1L1200-102 WIRE ASSEMBLY WX1L1520-101 FUSE 4A/125V 237 TYPE FUSE HOLDER MSF-015 FUSE HOLDER MSF-015 GAP .(1608) 1/10W J 12k Ω CHIP RES.(1608) 1/10W J 47k Ω CHIP RES.2 Ω CARBON RES. 1/4W J 8.(1608) 1/10W J 1k Ω CHIP RES. 1/4W J 75 Ω CHIP RES. 1/4W J 82 Ω CARBON RES.(1608) 1/10W J 47k Ω CHIP RES.(1608) 1/10W J 10k Ω CHIP RES.6-P5. 1/4W J 27k Ω CHIP RES. 1/4W J 39k Ω CARBON RES.(1608) 1/10W J 4.(1608) 1/10W J 82 Ω CHIP RES. Mark R751 R752 R753 R754 R755 R756 R757 R761 R762 R763 R764 R765 R766 R767 R771 R772 R791 R792 R793 R803 R804 R811 R812 R813 R814 R841 R842# R843# R862 R863 SW101 SW102 SW103 SW104 SW105 SW106 AC601# B2 B3 B4 B5 BC11 BC571 BC572 BC603 BC652 BC653 BC654 BC655 BC657 BC691 CLN301 CLN501 CF32 F601# FH601 FH602 GP641 # GP642 # A A A A A A A A A A A A A Description CHIP RES.2 Ω CARBON RES.(1608) 1/10W J 75 Ω CHIP RES.2k Ω CHIP RES.(1608) 1/10W J 75 Ω Part No.(1608) 1/10W J 22k Ω CHIP RES.(1608) 1/10W J 75 Ω CHIP RES.(1608) 1/10W J 560 Ω CHIP RES.(1608) 1/10W J 12k Ω CHIP RES. 1/4W J 3.0 CARBON RES. FNR-G3. 1/4W J 10k Ω CARBON RES.(1608) 1/10W J 15k Ω CHIP RES.(1608) 1/10W J 10k Ω CHIP RES.2k Ω CARBON RES. 1/4W J 6. 1/4W J 330 Ω CARBON RES. 1/4W J 680k Ω CHIP RES.7k Ω CHIP RES.(1608) 1/10W J 22k Ω CARBON RES.(1608) 1/10W J 5. 2W J 6.(1608) 1/10W J 82k Ω CHIP RES.(1608) 1/10W J 10k Ω PCB JUMPER D0. RCX4JATZ0181 RRXAJB5Z0153 RRXAJB5Z0153 RCX4JATZ0684 RRXAJB5Z0223 RCX4JATZ0102 RCX4JATZ0333 RCX4JATZ0393 RCX4JATZ0822 RCX4JATZ0331 RCX4JATZ0682 RCX4JATZ0822 RCX4JATZ0822 RCX4JATZ0103 RCX4JATZ0333 RCX4JATZ0332 RCX4JATZ0332 RCX4JATZ0104 RRXAJB5Z0223 RCX4JATZ0183 RRXAJB5Z0103 RCX4JATZ0683 RRXAJB5Z0473 RRXAJB5Z0103 JW5.(1608) 1/10W J 5.3k Ω CARBON RES. 1/4W J 100 Ω CARBON RES.(1608) 1/10W J 22k Ω CHIP RES.(1608) 1/10W J 330 Ω CHIP RES.(1608) 1/10W J 27k Ω CHIP RES. 1/4W J 68k Ω CHIP RES.8k Ω CARBON RES. RRXAJB5Z0223 RCX4JATZ0273 RRXAJB5Z0124 RRXAJB5Z0223 RRXAJB5Z0562 RRXAJB5Z0102 RRXAJB5Z0561 RRXAJB5Z0223 RRXAJB5Z0273 RRXAJB5Z0124 RRXAJB5Z0223 RRXAJB5Z0562 RRXAJB5Z0102 RRXAJB5Z0561 RRXAJB5Z0472 RRXAJB5Z0103 RRXAJB5Z0472 RRXAJB5Z0472 RRXAJB5Z0103 RCX4JATZ0101 RCX4JATZ0101 RRXAJB5Z0103 RRXAJB5Z0823 RRXAJB5Z0102 RRXAJB5Z0472 RN022R2ZU001 RCX4JATZ0561 RRXAJB5Z0222 RRXAJB5Z0000 RRXAJB5Z0103 SST0101AL038 SST0101AL038 SST0101AL038 SST0101AL038 SST0101AL038 SST0101AL038 WAC0172LW020 0EM408529 0EM408525 0EM408527 0EM408530 LLBF00ZTU021 LLBF00STU026 JW5.(1608) 1/10W J 15k Ω CHIP RES. 1/4W J 4.(1608) 1/10W J 47k Ω CHIP RES. No.7k Ω METAL OXIDE FILM RES.2k Ω CARBON RES.2 Ω CARBON RES.(1608) 1/10W J 15k Ω CHIP RES.(1608) 1/10W J 12k Ω CHIP RES.(1608) 1/10W J 15k Ω CARBON RES. 1/4W J 33k Ω CARBON RES.Ref.(1608) 1/10W J 1k Ω CHIP RES.0T RCX2JZQZ0390 RCX4JATZ0472 RCX4JATZ0820 RCX4JATZ0750 RRXAJB5Z0473 RRXAJB5Z0153 RRXAJB5Z0123 RRXAJB5Z0473 RRXAJB5Z0153 RRXAJB5Z0123 RRXAJB5Z0820 RRXAJB5Z0103 RRXAJB5Z0331 RRXAJB5Z0820 RRXAJB5Z0103 RRXAJB5Z0331 RRXAJB5Z0750 RRXAJB5Z0473 RRXAJB5Z0153 RRXAJB5Z0123 RRXAJB5Z0473 RRXAJB5Z0153 RRXAJB5Z0123 RRXAJB5Z0473 RRXAJB5Z0153 RRXAJB5Z0123 RRXAJB5Z0473 RRXAJB5Z0153 RRXAJB5Z0123 RRXAJB5Z0750 RRXAJB5Z0750 RRXAJB5Z0750 Ref.6k Ω CHIP RES. 1/4W J 47 Ω CARBON RES. 1/4W J 8. 1/4W J 8.(1608) 1/10W J 12k Ω CHIP RES.6-P5.7k Ω CHIP RES.10D GAP .7k Ω CHIP RES. 1/4W J 18k Ω CHIP RES. 1/4W J 100k Ω CHIP RES.(1608) 1/10W J 120k Ω CHIP RES.(1608) 1/10W J 47k Ω CHIP RES.(1608) 1/10W J 15k Ω CHIP RES.10D CERAMIC FILTER SFSRA4M50CF00-B0 FBB455PMR004 20050316 14-5 L3800EL .7k Ω CARBON RES.(1608) 1/10W J 47k Ω CHIP RES.(1608) 1/10W J 22k Ω CARBON RES.(1608) 1/10W J 12k Ω CHIP RES.(1608) 1/10W J 10k Ω CHIP RES. 1/10W J 0 Ω CHIP RES.(1608) 1/10W J 4.(1608) 1/10W J 12k Ω CHIP RES.6k Ω CHIP RES.6-P5.(1608) 1/10W J 330 Ω CHIP RES.(1608) 1/10W J 47k Ω CHIP RES. No.(1608) 1/10W J 2. FNR-G3. 1/4W J 100 Ω CHIP RES.(1608) 1/10W J 10k Ω CARBON RES. 1/4W J 1.0T LLBF00ZTU021 LLBF00ZTU021 LLBF00ZTU021 LLBF00ZTU021 LLBF00ZTU021 LLBF00ZTU021 LLBF00ZTU021 WX1L1200-102 WX1L1520-101 PAGJ20CAG402 XH01Z00LY001 XH01Z00LY001 FAZ000LD6005 FAZ000LD6005 SWITCHES TACT SWITCH SKQSAB TACT SWITCH SKQSAB TACT SWITCH SKQSAB TACT SWITCH SKQSAB TACT SWITCH SKQSAB TACT SWITCH SKQSAB MISCELLANEOUS AC CORD PB8K9F4110AB057 HEAT SINK(PIJ)ASSEMBLY L2700UA HEAT SINK(PIH)ASSEMBLY L2700UA HEAT SINK(PII)ASSEMBLY L2700UA HEAT SINK(PIK) L2800UA BEAD INDUCTORS FBR07HA121TB-00 BEAD INDUCTORS FBA04HA600VB-00 PCB JUMPER D0.3k Ω CARBON RES.(1608) 1/10W J 22k Ω CHIP RES.(1608) 1/10W J 10k Ω Part No. Mark R655 R656 R657 R658 R659 R660 R661# R662# R663# R664# R665# R667# R668# R669# R670# R671 R672 R673 R674 R675 R676 R677 R678 R680 R681 R682# R684# R685# R686 R687 R688# R689 R694 R696 R701 R704 R705 R706 R707 R708 R709 R711 R712 R713 R716 R717 R718 R721 R724 R725 R726 R727 R728 R729 R731 R732 R733 R736 R737 R738 R746 R747 R748 A A A A A A A A A Description CARBON RES. 1/4W J 33k Ω CARBON RES.(1608) 1/10W J 560 Ω CHIP RES.(1608) 1/10W J 22k Ω CARBON RES.(1608) 1/10W J 10k Ω CARBON RES.(1608) 1/10W J 47k Ω CHIP RES. 1/2W J 39 Ω CARBON RES.(1608) 1/10W J 4.(1608) 1/10W J 15k Ω CHIP RES.(1608) 1/10W J 120k Ω CHIP RES.

(AX) B K 270pF/50V CHIP CERAMIC CAP . 1/4W J 220 Ω CHIP RES. 1/10W J 0 Ω CHIP RES.(1608) 1/10W J 100 Ω METAL RESISTOR 3W J 10k Ω CARBON RES. 1/4W J 100 Ω CHIP RES.6-P5. 1/4W J 1.6-P5.6-P12.(1608) 1/10W J 100 Ω CARBON RES.0 PCB JUMPER D0. 1/4W J 1k Ω CARBON RES.0T JW15. 1/4W J 220 Ω CHIP RES. 10µF/50V M CERAMIC CAP .5 SCREW. 20k Ω B CARBON P . 1/4W J 1.0T JW7. QQ9Z02SC5360 QQSF02SC2785 QQ9Z02SC5360 RCX4JATZ0101 RRXAJB5Z0101 RCX4JATZ0101 RN03103ZU001 RCX4JATZ0152 RCX4JATZ0152 RRXAJB5Z0101 RCX4JATZ0102 RCX4JATZ0221 RRXAJB5Z0101 RN03103ZU001 RCX4JATZ0152 RCX4JATZ0152 RRXAJB5Z0101 RCX4JATZ0102 RCX4JATZ0221 RRXAJB5Z0101 RN03103ZU001 RCX4JATZ0152 RCX4JATZ0152 RRXAJB5Z0101 RCX4JATZ0102 RCX4JATZ0221 RRXAJB5Z0101 JSCC290PK006 RESISTORS CARBON RES.T.5k Ω CHIP RES.5k Ω CHIP RES.O.Ref. RRXAJB5Z0000 RRXAJB5Z0000 RRXAJB5Z0000 RRXAJB5Z0000 JXRL010LY050 JXRL010LY052 Ref.JYRL010RP008 09S-2 RCA JACK 3P (SW) MSP-213-V2-432 Y/C JACK 1P(SW) MDC-070V1-A RCA JACK MSP-382V-12 PBSN RCA JACK 3P(GBR) MSP-213VS5 RCA JACK MSP-382V-12 PBSN PCB JUMPER D0.5k Ω CARBON RES.01µF/50V CERAMIC CAP . 1/4W J 1.579545 MHz JYRL030LY008 JYEL040LY002 JXRL020LY063 JXRL030LY028 JXRL020LY063 JW12.0 PCB JUMPER D0.5k Ω CHIP RES. 1/4W J 1. B K 0. 20k Ω B X'TAL 3. 1/4W J 1k Ω CARBON RES. B-TIGHT D3X8 BIND HEAD+ THERMISTOR ZPB45BL3R0A REMOCON RECEIVE UNIT PIC26042SR-2 POWER RELAY SDT-S-112LMR SURGE ABSORBER PVR-07D471KB SAW FILTER SAFHM45M7VAJZ00B03 FLYBACK TRANSFORMER JF050121147 HORIZONTAL DRAIVE TRANS CSALF327A SWITCHING TRANSFOMER 4809-S03 PCB JUMPER D0. 1/10W J 0 Ω RCA JACK(YELLOW) MTJ-032-06B-20 RCA JACK(WHITE) MTJ-032-06B-22 Part No.5k Ω CARBON RES.T.(AX) B K 470pF/50V CERAMIC CAP .(1608) 1/10W J 100 Ω CARBON RES.T.01µF/50V CERAMIC CAP . No. No.(AX) B K 0.(1608) 1/10W J 100 Ω METAL RESISTOR 3W J 10k Ω CARBON RES.6-P7.5 PCB JUMPER D0.(AX) B K 470pF/50V CERAMIC CAP . 1/10W J 0 Ω CHIP RES. ---------- CAPACITORS C1501 C1502 C1510 C1511 C1512 C1521 C1522 C1531 C1532 CN1501 D1501 D1502 L1501 Q1511 Q1512 Q1521 ELECTROLYTIC CAP .0T JW20.(1608) 1/10W J 100 Ω CARBON RES.0 TUNER UNIT TEFH9X-001A CARBON P . Mark Q1522 Q1531 Q1532 R1501 R1502 R1503 R1510# R1511 R1512 R1514 R1515 R1518 R1519 R1520# R1521 R1522 R1524 R1525 R1528 R1529 R1530# R1531 R1532 R1534 R1535 R1538 R1539 JK1501 # Description TRANSISTOR 2SC5360 TRANSISTOR 2SC2785(F) TRANSISTOR 2SC5360 Part No. 1/4W J 1k Ω CARBON RES. 1/10W J 0 Ω CHIP RES.0 PCB JUMPER D0. 1/4W J 1.0T JW5. Mark Description CRT CBA Consists of the following: Part No. 1/4W J 1.6-P20. 100µF/10V M ELECTROLYTIC CAP .6-P15.6-P10.5k Ω CARBON RES.5T JW5.01µF/50V CE1AMASDL101 CE1JMASDL100 CCD3DKD0B222 CCA1JKT0B471 CA1J103TU011 CCA1JKT0B271 CHD1JKB0B103 CCA1JKT0B471 CA1J103TU011 JTEA001TG001 QDTZ001SS133 LLBF00ZTU021 LLARJCSTU181 QQSF02SC2785 QQ9Z02SC5360 QQSF02SC2785 CONNECTOR PIN CONNECTOR 005P-5100 DIODES SWITCHING DIODE 1SS133(T-77) BEAD INDUCTORS FBR07HA121TB-00 COIL INDUCTOR 180µH-J-5FT TRANSISTORS TRANSISTOR 2SC2785(F) TRANSISTOR 2SC5360 TRANSISTOR 2SC2785(F) 20050316 14-6 L3800EL .0T UTUNNTUAL042 VRCB203KA011 VRCB502KA011 VRCB203KA011 FXD355LLN003 MISCELLANEOUS CRT SOCKET ISHS40ST CRT CBA Ref.O.(AX) B K 0.5T GBMB3080 QNBZ45BL3R0A USESJRSKK032 MRNDC12QN014 NVQZ07D471KB FBB456PMR012 LTF00CPXB046 LTH00CPSA006 LTT00CPKT163 JW10. No. 5k Ω B CARBON P .(1608) 1/10W J 100 Ω CARBON RES.(1608) 1/10W J 100 Ω RCA JACK 1P(RED)WITH SW ITCH AV1. 1/4W J 100 Ω METAL RESISTOR 3W J 10k Ω CARBON RES. 1/4W J 220 Ω CHIP RES. Mark JC303 JC304 JC703 JC704 JK701 JK702 JK703 JK711 JK721 JK731 JK741 JK742 JS301 JS572 JS707 JS801 JS802 L1 PS691# RCV101 RL601# SA601# SF11 T571# T572 T601# TP300 TP601 TU11 VR561 VR562 VR661# X301 A A A A A A A Description CHIP RES.0 PCB JUMPER D0.O. B K 2200pF/2KV CERAMIC CAP .

6427FF/EWF2705 L3800UA/01UB 2005-04-01 .

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