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REVISION HISTORY BG2T CHASSIS

MODEL PART NO. : 9-872-281-01


KV-HA14M80
KV-HA14N80
KV-HA14P52

NO. SUFFIX DATE SUPPL. / CORR DESCRIPTION

1 -01 2001/01 -- 1st. Issue


SERVICE MANUAL BG2T CHASSIS
MODEL COMMANDER DEST. CHASSIS NO. MODEL COMMANDER DEST. CHASSIS NO.

KV-HA14M80 RM-969 India SCC-U74D-A

KV-HA14N80 RM-968 Philippines SCC-U76E-A

KV-HA14P52 RM-969 Thailand SCC-U73M-A

MUTING DISPLAY POWER

MTS VIDEO TV

1 2 3 1 2 3
4 5 6 4 5 6
7 8 9 7 8 9
JUMP 0 ENT
- 0 JUMP
SOUND VOL CH
MODE
SOUND 2 PROGR
MODE

SPACE
SOUND

WAKE UP

SLEEP

AUTO ADD/ SPACE


CABLE PROGRAM ERASE
SOUND

TV TV

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TRINITRON ® COLOR TV
KV-HA14M80/HA14P52/HA14N80
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SPECIFICATIONS

Note

Power requirements 110-240 V AC, 50/60 Hz (KV-HA14M80/HA14N80)


220-240V AC, 50/60 Hz (KV-HA14P52)
Power consumption (W) Indicated on the rear of the TV
Television system B/G (KV-HA14P52)
M (KV-HA14N80)
B/G, I, D/K, M (KV-HA14M80
Color system PAL, PAL 60, NTSC3.58, NTSC4.43, SECAM (KV-HA14M80)
PAL, PAL 60, NTSC3.58 (AV IN), NTSC4.43 (KV-HA14P52)
NTSC 3.58, PAL*, PAL 60*, NTSC 4.43* * AV IN ONLY (KV-HA14N80)
Channel coverage
M VHF: 2 to 13 (KV-HA14N80)
UHF: 14 to 69
CATV: 1 to 125
B/G VHF: E2 to E12 (KV-HA14M80/HA14P52)
UHF: E21 to E69
CATV: S01 to S03, S01 to S41
I UHF: B21 to B68 (KV-HA14M80 only)
CATV: S01 to S03, S1 to S41
D/K VHF: C1 to C12, R1 to R12
UHF: C13 to C57, R21 to R60
CATV: S01 to S03, S1 to S41, Z1 to Z39
M VHF: A2 to A13
UHF: A14 to A79
CATV: A-8 to A-2, A to W+4, W+6 to W+84
˘ (Antenna) 75-ohm external terminal
Audio output (Speaker) 3W + 3W
Number of terminal
D Video Input: 2* Output: 1 Phono jacks; 1 VP-P, 75 ohms * One input line available
≥ Audio Input: 2* Output: 1 Phono jacks; 500 mVrms * One input line available
2 (Headphone) Output: 1 Stereo minijack
Picture tube 14 in.
Tube size (cm) 37 Measured diagonally
Screen size (cm) 34 Measured diagonally
Dimension (w/h/d, mm) 466 × 346 × 419
Mass (kg) 13

Design and specifications are subject to change without notice.

CAUTION SAFETY-RELATED COMPONENT WARNING!!


SHORT CIRCUIT THE ANODE OF THE PICTURE TUBE AND COMPONENTS IDENTIFIED BY SHADING AND MARK ! ON
THE ANODE CAP TO THE METAL CHASSIS, CRT SHIELD, THE SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS, EXPLODED VIEWS AND IN
OR CARBON PAINTED ON THE CRT, AFTER REMOVING THE THE PARTS LIST ARE CRITICAL TO SAFE OPERATION.
ANODE. REPLACE THESE COMPONENTS WITH SONY PARTS
WHOSE PART NUMBERS APPEAR AS SHOWN IN THIS
MANUAL OR IN SUPPLEMENTS PUBLISHED BY SONY.

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

Section Title Page Section Title Page

SELF DIAGNOSTIC FUNCTION ................................... 4 5. DIAGRAMS


5-1. Block Diagram ........................................................ 30
1. GENERAL ................................................................. 7 5-2. Circuit Boards Location .......................................... 32
5-3. Schematic Diagram ................................................. 33
2. DISASSEMBLY (1) A Board Schematic Diagram ............................ 34
2-1. Rear Cover Removal ............................................... 13 (2) C Board Schematic Diagram ............................ 36
2-2. Speaker Removal .................................................... 13 5-4. Voltage Measurement ............................................. 39
2-3. Chassis Assy Removal ............................................ 13 5-5. Waveforms .............................................................. 41
2-4. Service Position ...................................................... 13 5-6. Printed Wiring Boards and Parts Location ............. 42
2-5. Terminal Bracket Removal ..................................... 13 5-7. Semiconductors ....................................................... 45
2-6. Replacement Of Parts ............................................. 13
2-6-1. Replacement Of Light Guide ....................... 13 6. EXPLODED VIEWS
2-6-2. Replacement Of Power Button .................... 13 6-1. Picture Tube and Chassis ........................................ 47
2-7. Picture Tube Removal ............................................. 14
7. ELECTRICAL PARTS LIST .................................... 49
3. SET-UP ADJUSTMENTS
3-1. Beam Landing ......................................................... 15
3-2. Convergence ............................................................ 16
3-3. Focus Adjustment .................................................... 18
3-4. G2 (SCREEN) and White Balance Adjustments ... 18

4. CIRCUIT ADJUSTMENTS
4-1. Adjustment With Commander ................................ 19
4-2. Adjustment Method ................................................ 19
4-3. Picture Quality Adjustment .................................... 28
4-4. Deflection Adjustment ............................................ 28
4-5. A Board Adjustment After IC003 (MEMORY)
Replacement ............................................................ 28
4-6. Picture Distortion Adjustment ................................ 29

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SELF DIAGNOSTIC FUNCTION


The units in this manual contain a self-diagnostic function. If an error occurs, the STANDBY/TIMER lamp will automati-
cally begin to flash.
The number of times the lamp flashes translates to a probable source of the problem. A definition of the STANDBY/
TIMER lamp flash indicators is listed in the instruction manual for the user’s knowledge and reference. If an error
symptom cannot be reproduced, the remote commander can be used to review the failure occurrence data stored in
memory to reveal past problems and how often these problems occur.

1. DIAGNOSTIC TEST INDICATORS


When an errors occurs, the STANDBY/TIMER lamp will flash a set number of times to indicate the possible cause of the
problem. If there is more than one error, the lamp will identify the first of the problem areas.

Result for all of the following diagnostic items are displayed on screen. No error has occured if the screen displays a “0”.
Diagnostic No. of times Self-diagnostic Probable Detected
Item STANDBY/TIMER display/Diagnostic Cause Symptoms
Description lamp flashes result Location
• Power does not Does not light — • Power cord is not • Power does not come on.
turn on plugged in. • No power is supplied to
• Fuse is burned out the TV.
F600 (A board) • AC power supply is faulty.
• +B overcurrent 2 times 002:000 or • H.OUT Q801 is shorted. • Power does not come on.
(OCP) 002:001~255 (A board) • Load on power line is
• Horizontal shorted.
deflection • Has entered standby state
overdrive after horizontal raster.
• Power line is shorted or
power supply is stopped.
• White balance 004:000 or • -13V is not supplied. • Vertical deflection pulse
failure (no 004:001~225 (A board) is stopped
PICTURE) 4 times • IC 551 faulty (A board)
• Vertical deflection
stopped

• Micro reset — 101:00 or • Discharge CRT • Power is shut down


101:001~225 (C Board) shortly, after this return
• Static discharge back to normal.
• External noise • Detect Micro latch up.

Note 1: If a + B overcurrent is detected, stoppage of the vertical deflection is detected simultaneously.


The symptom that is diagnosed first by the microcontroller is displayed on the screen.
Note 2: Refer to screen (G2) Adjustment in section 3-4 of this manual.

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2. DISPLAY OF STANDBY/TIMER LIGHT FLASH COUNT


Diagnostic Item Flash Count*
2 times
+B overcurrent/overvoltage 2 times

4 times Vertical deflection stopped 4 times

Lamp ON 0.3 sec.


* One flash count is not used for self-diagnostic.
Lamp OFF 0.3 sec. Lamp OFF 3 sec.

SONY

STANDBY/SLEEP lamp

3. STOPPING THE STANDBY/TIMER FLASH


Turn off the power switch on the TV main unit or unplug the power cord from the outlet to stop the STANDBY/TIMER
lamp from flashing.

4. SELF-DIAGNOSTIC SCREEN DISPLAY


For errors with symptoms such as “power sometimes shuts off” or “screen sometimes goes out” that cannot be con-
firmed, it is possible to bring up past occurances of failure for confirmation on the screen:

[To Bring Up Screen Test]


In standby mode, press buttons on the remote commander sequentially in rapid succession as shown below:

[Screen display] / channel [5] / Sound volume [-] / Power ON


˘
Note that this differs from entering the service mode (mode volume [+]).

Self-Diagnosis screen display

SELF DIAGNOSTIC
002 : 000 Numeral "0" means that no fault has been detected.
004 : 000

101 : 000

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5. HANDLING OF SELF-DIAGNOSTIC SCREEN DISPLAY


Since the diagnostic results displayed on the screen are not automatically cleared, always check the self-diagnostic
screen during repairs. When you have completed the repairs, clear the result display to “0”.

Unless the result display is cleared to “0”, the self-diagnostic function will not be able to detect subsequent faults after
completion of the repairs.

[Clearing the result display]


To clear the result display to “0”, press buttons on the remote commander sequentially as shown below when the
diagnostic screen is being displayed.

Channel [8] / 0

[Quitting Self-diagnostic screen]


To quit the entire self-diagnostic screen, turn off the power switch on the remote commander or the main unit.

6. SELF-DIAGNOSTIC CIRCUIT

IC301 IC001 IC003


Y/CHROMA JUNGLE SYSTEM MEMORY

IO-8DAT 53 5 B-DAT
[V] 17
D553
MP/
FROM 50
PROTECT
[+B] Q500
SDA 8 54 IO-SDAT

[+B overcurrent ªOCPº] Occurs when an overcurrent on the +B(135) line is detected by Q500. If Q500 go to
ON and the voltage to pin 50 of IC301 more than 3.5V when V.SYNC is more than
seven verticals in a period, the unit will automatically turn off.

[Vertical deflection stopped] Occurs when an absence of the vertical deflection pulse is detected by Pin 17 and
IC001 shut down the power supply.

[White balance failure] If the RGB levels* do not balance or become low level within 5 seconds, this error
will be detected by IC301. TV will stay on, but there will be no picture.

* (Refers to the RGB levels of the AKB detection Ref pulse that detects IK.)

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The operating instruction mentioned here are partial abstracts
from the Operating Instruction Manual. The page numbers of
the Operating Instruction Manual remain as in the manual. SECTION 1 GENERAL

A Getting Started (KV-HA14M80) A Getting Started (KV-HA14P52)

Step 1 Step 1
b Insert the batteries (supplied) into the remote. Insert the batteries (supplied) into the remote.

b
Note Note
• Do not use old batteries nor use different types of batteries • Do not use old batteries nor use different types of batteries
together. together.

Step 2 Step 2
Connect the antenna cable (not supplied) to 8 Connect the antenna cable (not supplied) to 8
(antenna input) at the rear of the TV. (antenna input) at the rear of the TV.
Tip Tip
• You can also connect your TV to other optional components. • You can also connect your TV to other optional components.
(See E) (See E)

Step 3 Step 3
Plug in the power cord, then press ! on the TV to Plug in the power cord, then press ! on the TV to
turn it on. turn it on.
b

b
SELECT Step 4 SELECT Step 4
Press SELECT and PROGR + on the TV at the same time Press SELECT and PROGR + on the TV at the same time
for one to two seconds to preset the channels for one to two seconds to preset the channels
PROGR
automatically. (See J) automatically. (See J)
PROGR
Tip Tip
• To stop the automatic channel presetting, press SELECT. • To stop the automatic channel presetting, press SELECT.

SELECT
Step 5 SELECT
Step 5
Press SELECT on the remote until “LANGUAGE/ : Press SELECT on the remote until “LANGUAGE/ :
ENGLISH” appears on the screen, then press + or – to ENGLISH” appears on the screen, then press + or – to
change the on-screen display language. change the on-screen display language.

A Getting Started (KV-HA14N80) B WARNING


• Dangerously high voltages are present inside the TV.
• TV operating voltage: 110 – 240 V AC. (KV-HA14M80/HA14N80)
Step 1 220-240 V AC. (KV-HA14P52)
• Do not plug in the power cord until you have completed making all other connections;
Insert the batteries (supplied) into the remote. otherwise a minimum leakage current might flow through the antenna and other terminals to
ground.
b

Note • To avoid battery leakage and damage to the remote, remove the batteries from the remote if
• Do not use old batteries nor use different types of batteries you are not going to use it for several days. If any liquid that leaks from the batteries touches
together. you, immediately wash it away with water.

Step 2
Connect the antenna cable (not supplied) to 8
(antenna input) at the rear of the TV.
For your own safety, do not touch any part of the For children’s safety, do not leave children alone
Tip TV, the power cord and the antenna cable during with the TV. Do not allow children to climb onto
• You can also connect your TV to other optional components. lightning storms. it.
(See E)

Step 3
Plug in the power cord, then press ! on the TV to
turn it on.
b

!
Do not operate the TV if any liquid or solid object
To prevent fire or shock hazard, do not expose falls into it. Have it checked immediately by
the TV to rain or moisture. qualified personnel only.

CABLE Step 4
Press CABLE on the remote to select “CABLE: ON”,
then press AUTO PROGRAM on the remote to preset
AUTO the channels automatically. (See J)
PROGRAM Do not block the ventilation openings of the TV. Clean the TV with a dry and soft cloth. Do not use
Tip Do not install the TV in a confined space, such benzine, thinner, or any other chemicals to clean
• To stop the automatic channel presetting, press SELECT. as a bookcase or built-in cabinet. the TV. Do not scratch the picture tube.

SELECT
Step 5
Press SELECT on the remote until “LANGUAGE/
: ENGLISH” appears on the screen, then press
+ or – to change the on-screen display language.
Do not open the cabinet and the rear cover of the Your TV is recommended for home use only.
TV as high voltages and other hazards are Do not use the TV in any vehicle or where it may
present inside the TV. Refer servicing and be subject to excessive dust, heat, moisture or
disposal of the TV to qualified personnel. vibrations.

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WARNING (continued)
D TV front and rear panels
(KV-HA14M80/HA14P52)
TV rear panel

Do not plug in too many appliances to the same


Do not place any objects on the TV. power socket. Do not damage the power cord. R L(MONO)

qa
qs
Pull the power cord out by the plug. Do not pull !

the power cord itself. Even if your TV is turned


Install the TV on a stable TV stand and floor off, it is still connected to the AC power source
which can support the TV set weight. Ensure that (mains) as long as the power cord is plugged in.
the TV stand surface is flat and its area is larger Unplug the TV before moving it or if you are not
than the bottom area of the TV. going to use it for several days. TV front panel
(MONO)
L R
SELECT PROGR !
C Securing the TV
B KV-HA21 only 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1
To prevent the TV from falling, use the supplied screws, clamps and band to secure the TV.
Button Function
20 mm 1 ! Turn off or turn on the TV.

3.8 mm 2 Remote control sensor.


screws clamps band
3 1 Standby indicator.
3 Wake Up indicator.
Screw the band to the TV stand and to the
4 PROGR +/– Select program number.
provided hole at the rear of your TV.
5 2 +/– * Adjust volume.
6 t Select TV or video input.
7 SELECT Select the desired item.
8 i Headphone terminal.

or 9, qa t Video input terminal.


0 8 Antenna input terminal.
(1) Put a cord or chain through the qs T Monitor output terminal.
clamps.
(2) Screw one clamp to a wall or pillar * You can also use the 2 +/– buttons on the TV to work as the +/– buttons on the remote.
and the other clamp to the provided
hole at the rear of your TV.

Note
• Use only the supplied screws. Use of other screws may damage the TV.

D TV front and rear panels E Connecting optional components


(KV-HA14N80) (KV-HA14N80)
TV rear panel
Connecting to the video input terminal
0
TV front panel
AUDIO VIDEO VIDEO VIDEO L(MONO)–AUDIO–R

R L(MONO) INPUT

Audio/Video cable
VIDEO
IN qa (not supplied) Camcorder
MONITOR
OUT qs
!


TV rear panel
TV front panel Video game
STANDBY/
equipment
VIDEO VIDEO L(MONO)–AUDIO–R
TV/ WAKE UP
AUDIO VIDEO
INPUT
SELECT VIDEO VOLUME CHANNEL ! R L(MONO)
Antenna cable
(not supplied)


VIDEO
9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 IN

MONITOR
Audio/Video cable
OUT (not supplied)
Button Function VCR
1 ! Turn off or turn on the TV.
2 Remote control sensor. Note

3 STANDBY Standby indicator. • Do not connect video equipment to VIDEO INPUT at the front and VIDEO IN at the rear of
your TV at the same time; otherwise the picture will not be displayed properly on the screen.
3 WAKE UP Wake Up indicator.
4 CHANNEL +/– Select channel number. Connecting to the monitor output terminal
5 VOLUME +/– * Adjust volume.
6 TV/VIDEO Select TV or video input. TV rear panel

7 SELECT Select the desired item.


8 Earphone terminal. (KV-HA21N70 only)
AUDIO VIDEO
8 i Headphone terminal. (KV-HA21N80/HA14N80) R L(MONO)
Audio/Video cable Audio system
9 VIDEO INPUT Video input terminal. (not supplied)
VIDEO
0 8 Antenna input terminal. IN

qa VIDEO IN Video input terminal. MONITOR


OUT

qs MONITOR OUT Monitor output terminal.


* You can also use the VOLUME +/– buttons on the TV to work as the +/– buttons on the VCR
remote.
★ The R (audio input) jacks are available for KV-HA21N80/HA14N80 only.
★ The R (audio input) jacks are available for KV-HA21N80/HA14N80 only.

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E Connecting optional components H Remote control (KV-HA14N80)


(KV-HA14M80/HA14P52) Button Function See
MUTING DISPLAY POWER
qa 1 POWER Turn off temporarily or –
Connecting to the video input terminal ( t ) 1 turn on the TV.
qs MTS VIDEO TV
2 TV Display the TV program. –
qd 2
TV front panel qf 3 ENT Confirm input number –
(MONO) 1 2 3 4 CH +/– Select channel number. –
L R
4 5 6 5 VOL +/– Adjust volume. –
qg 6 SELECT Select the desired items. –
Audio/Video cable 7 8 9
(not supplied) Camcorder 7 +/– Adjust items. –
qh
JUMP 0 ENT
3 8 PIC MODE Select picture mode. K
SOUND VOL CH
MODE
4 9 ADD/ERASE Preset channels manually. J
qj
SPACE
SOUND 5 0 AUTO PROGRAM Preset channels J
automatically.
TV rear panel
qk –
WAKE UP
qa MUTING Mute the sound.
Video game ql 6 qs DISPLAY Display on-screen –
equipment SLEEP 7 information.
w; 8 qf VIDEO Select TV or video input. –
AUTO ADD/
R L(MONO) CABLE PROGRAM ERASE
Antenna cable 0–9 Input numbers. –
(not supplied)
wa 9 qg
qh JUMP Jump to previous –
0 channel number.
Audio/Video cable Timer operations
TV
(not supplied) ql WAKE UP Set TV to turn on I
VCR automatically.
w; SLEEP Set TV to turn off I
automatically.
Note –
wa CABLE Select the cable TV.
• Do not connect video equipment to t (video input) at the front and the rear of your TV at
the same time; otherwise the picture will not be displayed properly on the screen. Sound mode operations

qj SOUND MODE Select sound mode. K


Connecting to the monitor output terminal ( T )
qk SPACE SOUND Select space sound mode. K
qd MTS Not function for your TV. –
TV rear panel

R L(MONO)
Audio/Video cable Audio system
(not supplied)

VCR

F Troubleshooting H Remote control (KV-HA14M80/HA14P52)


If you find any problem while viewing your TV, please check the following
0 Button Function See
guide. If any problem persists, contact your Sony dealer.
1 ?/1 Turn off temporarily or –
qa 1 turn on the TV.
Symptom Solutions 2 a Display the TV program. –
qs 2
Snowy picture, • Check the antenna cable and connection on the TV, VCR and on the wall. qd 3 JUMP Jump to previous –
noisy sound • Preset the channel manually again. (See J) 1 2 3 program number.
• Check the antenna setup. Contact a Sony dealer for advice. PROGR +/– Select program number. –
4 5 6 4
Good picture, • Select the appropriate TV system. (KV-HA14M80 only). (See J) qf 5 2 +/– Adjust volume. –
noisy sound • Press A/B until the sound is optimal. (KV-HA14P52) 7 8 9
6 SELECT Select the desired item. –
No picture, no sound • Check the power cord, antenna and the VCR connections. - 0 JUMP

• Press ?/1 (power) or ! (main power) to turn on the TV. SOUND 2 PROGR
3 7 PIC MODE Select picture mode. K
MODE
4 9 +/– Adjust items. –
Good picture, no sound • Press 2 + to increase the volume level. qg
• Press % to cancel the muting. 5 0 Display on-screen –
qh information.
Dotted lines or stripes • Do not use a hair dryer or other equipment near the TV.
• Check the antenna setup. Contact a Sony dealer for advice. qa % Mute the sound. –
qj 6 qd t Select TV or video input. –
Double images or • Use the fine tuning ("FINE") function. (See J)
“ghosts” • Turn off or disconnect the booster if it is in use. qk 7 qf 0 – 9, ÷ Input numbers. –
SPACE
• Check the antenna setup. Contact a Sony dealer for advice. SOUND
Timer operations
ql 8
No color • Select the appropriate color system. (See J) qj Set TV to turn on I
• Adjust the color level. (See K) 9 automatically.
• Check the antenna setup. Contact a Sony dealer for advice.
qk Set TV to turn off I
Abnormal color • Keep external speakers or other electrical equipment away from the TV. TV automatically.
patches Press ! (main power) to turn off the TV for about 15 minutes, then turn
it on again to demagnetize the TV. qg SOUND MODE Select sound mode. K
The 1 (standby) • Count the number of times the 1 (standby) indicator flashes. Press ! ql SPACE SOUND Select space sound mode. K
indicator on your TV (main power) to turn off your TV. Contact your nearest Sony service
Stereo/bilingual operations
flashes red several center.
times after every qh A/B Select stereo/bilingual L
three seconds. mode. (KV-HA14P52)
TV cabinet creaks. • Changes in room temperature sometimes make the TV cabinet expand or Teletext operations
contract, making a noise. This does not indicate a malfunction. 8 x (red, green,
A "boom" sound is • The TV's demagnetizing function is working. This does not indicate a yellow, blue)
heard when the TV is malfunction. 0
turned on. qs Not function for your TV. –
qd
qh
qj
qk

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I Setting the timers (KV-HA14N80) J Presetting channels (KV-HA14N80)


You can turn on and off your TV by using the WAKE UP and SLEEP buttons You can automatically preset cable TV, VHF or UHF broadcast channels, or
respectively. manually preset the channels to receive new channels or channels with a weak
signal.
MUTING DISPLAY POWER
Setting the Wake Up timer
MUTING DISPLAY POWER
Presetting channels automatically
POWER MTS VIDEO TV
1 Press WAKE UP until the desired period of time
1 2 3
appears on the screen. ENT MTS VIDEO TV
1 Press ! on the TV to turn on the TV.
4
7
5
8
6
9
WAKE UP TIMER:0H10M
(After 10 minutes) Number
1
4
2
5
3
6
2 Press CABLE to select “CABLE: ON”.
buttons
JUMP

SOUND
MODE
0
VOL
ENT

CH
7
JUMP
8
0
9
ENT
3 SELECT
Press AUTO PROGRAM on the remote or press
and CHANNEL + on the TV at the same
SPACE
SOUND
SOUND
MODE
VOL CH
time for one to two seconds to preset the
WAKE UP TIMER:OFF WAKE UP TIMER:12H00M
SPACE
SOUND
channels automatically.
WAKE UP (No Wake Up timer) (After 12 hours)
WAKE UP
WAKE UP

SLEEP
SLEEP
The Wake Up timer starts immediately after you
CABLE
AUTO
PROGRAM
ADD/
ERASE have set it. SLEEP
Presetting channels manually
AUTO ADD/
CABLE PROGRAM ERASE
CABLE

TV
2 want
Select the program number or video input you
to wake up to. AUTO 1 Press the number buttons to select the desired
channel number, then press ENT.
PROGRAM
TV

3 the
Press POWER, or set the Sleep timer if you want
TV to turn off automatically.
ADD/ERASE 2 Press ADD/ERASE.
“+” appears beside the channel number,
The WAKE UP indicator on the TV lights up CH +/– indicating that presetting is complete.
orange when the TV goes into standby mode.

Notes
Setting the Sleep timer
• If you select “CABLE: ON”, you will be able to receive 125 cable TV channels. If there are no
cable TV channels, you will receive VHF broadcast channels.
Press SLEEP until the desired period of time
• If you select “CABLE: OFF ”, you will be able to receive 68 VHF or UHF broadcast channels
appears on the screen. only.

SLEEP TIMER:30M SLEEP TIMER:60M


(After 30 minutes) (After 60 minutes)

SLEEP TIMER:OFF SLEEP TIMER:90M


(No Sleep timer) (After 90 minutes)

The Sleep timer starts immediately after you have


set it.

Notes
• You can also cancel the Wake Up and Sleep timers by turning off the TV’s main power.
• If no buttons or controls are pressed for more than two hours after the TV is turned on using
the Wake Up timer, the TV automatically goes into standby mode.

I Setting the timers (KV-HA14M80/HA14P52) J Presetting channels


You can turn on and off your TV by using the and buttons respectively. (KV-HA14M80/HA14P52)
Setting the Wake Up timer
You can automatically preset up to 100 TV channels in numerical sequence
\/1 from program number 1, or manually preset desired channels and channels
1 on
Press until the desired period of time appears
the screen. that cannot be preset automatically.
1 2 3
4 5 6 WAKE UP TIMER:0H10M

7 8 9
(After 10 minutes) Presetting channels automatically
- 0 JUMP
from a specified program number
SOUND 2 PROGR
MODE

WAKE UP TIMER:OFF WAKE UP TIMER:12H00M Number


1
4
2
5
3
6
1 Press SELECT until “AUTO PROGRAM” appears
on the screen.
(No Wake Up timer) (After 12 hours) buttons
7 8 9

SPACE
The Wake Up timer starts immediately after you -
SOUND 2
0 JUMP

PROGR
2 Press + or – once to enter the “AUTO
PROGRAM” mode.
SOUND
have set it. MODE

The on-screen display will start flashing.

TV
2 want
Select the program number or video input you
to wake up to. 3 the
Press PROGR +/– or the number buttons until
+ or – desired program number appears on the
screen.
3 the
Press \/1, or set the Sleep timer if you want
TV to turn off automatically.
SPACE
SOUND

The indicator on the TV lights up orange when


PIC MODE
SELECT
4 automatically.
Press + or – to start presetting channels
TV
the TV goes into standby mode.
PROGR +/–

Setting the Sleep timer Presetting channels manually

Press until the desired period of time appears 1 Press SELECT until “MANUAL PROGRAM”
appears on the screen.
on the screen.

SLEEP TIMER:30M
(After 30 minutes)
SLEEP TIMER:60M
(After 60 minutes)
2 PROGRAM”
Press + or – once to enter the “MANUAL
mode.

3 the
Press PROGR +/– or the number buttons until
desired program number appears on the
SLEEP TIMER:OFF SLEEP TIMER:90M screen.
(No Sleep timer) (After 90 minutes)

4 appears
Press + or – until the desired channel picture
on the screen.
The Sleep timer starts immediately after you have
set it.
5 3Totopreset
4.
other channels manually, repeat steps

Notes
• You can also cancel the Wake Up and Sleep timers by turning off the TV’s main power.
• If no buttons or controls are pressed for more than two hours after the TV is turned on using
the Wake Up timer, the TV automatically goes into standby mode.

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Presetting channels (continued) (KV-HA14N80)


K Customizing the picture and sound
To change the color system setting (KV-HA14N80)
If the color is abnormal when receiving programs through the video input terminal.
You can customize the picture and sound by selecting the picture and sound
(1) Press SELECT until “COLOR SYS” appears on the screen. modes or by adjusting its settings.
(2) Press + or – to select the appropriate color system until the color is optimal. You can change the sound effect by selecting the space sound mode.
AUTO PAL NTSC3.58 NTSC4.43

To skip program numbers


MUTING DISPLAY POWER Selecting the picture mode
(1) Press CH +/– until the unused or unwanted channel number appears on the MTS VIDEO TV
Press PIC MODE to select the desired picture mode.
screen. Select To
1 2 3
(2) Press ADD/ERASE to skip the unused or unwanted channel number. 4 5 6 “DYNAMIC” view high contrast pictures.
“–” appears beside the channel number, indicating that disabling is complete. 7 8 9
“STANDARD” view normal contrast pictures.
JUMP 0 ENT

SPACE
SOUND
MODE
VOL CH “SOFT” view mild pictures.
Note SOUND SPACE
SOUND

• To restore the skipped channel number again, preset the channel automatically or manually. SELECT Selecting the sound mode
WAKE UP

+ or – SLEEP B KV-HA21N80/HA14N80 only


AUTO
CABLE PROGRAM
ADD/
ERASE Press SOUND MODE to select the desired sound
PIC MODE mode.
Select To
TV
“9 DYNAMIC” listen to dynamic and clear
sound that emphasizes the low
and high sound.
“9 DRAMA” listen to sound that emphasizes
vocals and background music.
“9 SOFT” listen to soft sound.

Adjusting the picture and sound settings

1 Press SELECT until the desired setting appears.


Each time you press SELECT, the setting item will change as follows:

PICTURE COLOR BRIGHT HUE

BALANCE TREBLE BASS SHARP

2 Press + or – to adjust the item.

3 To adjust other items, repeat steps 1 to 2.

Notes
• “BASS”, “TREBLE” and “BALANCE” can be adjusted for KV-HA21N80/HA14N80 only.
• “HUE” can be adjusted for the NTSC color system only.
• Reducing “SHARP” can also reduce picture noise.

Presetting channels (continued) (KV-HA14M80/HA14P52)


K Customizing the picture and sound
(KV-HA14M80/HA14P52)
To change the TV system setting (KV-HA14M80 Only)
You can customize the picture and sound by selecting the picture and sound
If the picture or sound is abnormal when receiving programs through the 8 (antenna modes or by adjusting its settings.
input) terminal
You can change the sound effect by selecting the space sound mode.
(1) Press SELECT until “TV SYS” appears on the screen.
(2) Press + or – to select the appropriate TV system until the picture or sound quality Selecting the picture mode
is optimal. Press PIC MODE to select the desired picture
B/G I D/K M mode.
1 2 3
Select To
4 5 6
To change the color system setting
7 8 9 “DYNAMIC” view high contrast pictures.
If the color is abnormal when receiving programs through the 8 (antenna input)
- 0 JUMP
“STANDARD” view normal contrast pictures.
terminal or the t (video input) terminal SOUND
MODE
2 PROGR

SOUND
(1) Press SELECT until “COLOR SYS” appears on the screen. MODE
“SOFT” view mild pictures.

(2) Press + or – to select the appropriate color system until the color is optimal. SELECT
+ or – Selecting the sound mode
AUTO PAL SECAM NTSC3.58 NTSC4.43
SPACE SPACE
SOUND
Press SOUND MODE to select the desired sound
SOUND mode.
To skip program numbers
PIC MODE
(1) Press PROGR +/– or the number buttons until the unused or unwanted program Select To
TV
number appears on the screen.
“9 DYNAMIC” listen to dynamic and clear
(2) Press SELECT until “MANUAL PROGRAM” appears on the screen. sound that emphasizes the low
and high sound.
(3) Press + or – once to enter the “MANUAL PROGRAM” mode.
“9 DRAMA” listen to sound that emphasizes
(4) Press PIC MODE to skip the unused or unwanted program number. vocals and background music.
(5) Press SELECT to exit the “MANUAL PROGRAM” mode. “9 SOFT” listen to soft sound.

Note
• To restore the skipped program number again, preset the channel automatically or manually. Adjusting the picture and sound settings

To use the fine tuning function 1 Press SELECT until the desired setting appears.
Each time you press SELECT, the setting item will change as follows:
The fine tuning (FINE) function may help to reduce the following problems:
PICTURE COLOR BRIGHT HUE
double images and lines moving across the TV screen.
You can use the fine tuning function as below: BALANCE TREBLE BASS SHARP

(1) Select the program number you want to adjust.


(2) Press SELECT until “MANUAL PROGRAM” appears on the screen.
2 Press + or – to adjust the item.

(3) Press + or – once to enter the “MANUAL PROGRAM” mode. 3 To adjust other items, repeat steps 1 to 2.

(4) Press to display “FINE” on the screen.


(5) Press + or – continuously until the above problems are minimized. Notes
The + or – icon on the screen flashes while tuning. • “HUE” can be adjusted for the NTSC color system only.
• Reducing “SHARP” can also reduce picture noise.
(6) Press SELECT to exit the “MANUAL PROGRAM” mode.

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Customizing the picture and sound (continued)

Selecting the space sound mode


Press SPACE SOUND.
Select To
“ON” listen to monaural sound with a stereo-like effect.
“OFF” turn off space sound mode.

Note
• You can also turn space sound on or off using the SELECT and + or – buttons.

L Enjoying stereo or bilingual


programs (KV-HA14P52 only)
You can enjoy stereo sound or bilingual programs of NICAM and A2 stereo
systems by using the A/B button.

When receiving a NICAM program


:KV-HA21M60 only
Broadcasting On-screen display (Selected sound)
1 2 3
NICAM NICAM t MONO
4 5 6 stereo (Stereo sound) (Regular sound)
t

7 8 9
- 0 JUMP

SOUND
MODE
2 PROGR
NICAM NICAM MAIN t NICAM SUB t MONO
bilingual (Main sound) (Sub sound) (Regular sound)
A/B
t

NICAM
NICAM MAIN t MONO
SPACE
SOUND
monaural (Main sound) (Regular sound)
t

TV

When receiving an A2 program


Broadcasting On-screen display (Selected sound)
A2 STEREO
MONO t
stereo (Regular sound) (Stereo sound)
t

(KV-HA21M60 only)

A2 MAIN SUB
t
bilingual (Main sound) (Sub sound)
t

Notes
• If the sound is distorted when receiving a monaural program through the 8 (antenna)
terminal, press A/B repeatedly until “MONO” appears on the screen. To cancel the monaural
sound setting, press A/B again until “AUTO” appears on the screen.
KV-HA21M60 only
• If the stereo sound is noisy when receiving a stereo program, select “MONO”. The sound
becomes monaural, but the noise is reduced.
KV-HA21P52/HA14P52 only
• When viewing a non-bilingual program, select the main sound. Otherwise, you may hear
some noise or abnormal sound.

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SECTION 2
DISASSEMBLY
2-1. REAR COVER REMOVAL 2-2. SPEAKER REMOVAL 2-3. CHASSIS ASSY REMOVAL

2 Rear cover

1 Two screws tapping

Speaker

1 Two screws
(+BVTP 4 × 16)
1 Six screws
(+BVTP 4 × 16)
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2-4. SERVICE POSITION 2-5. TERMINAL BRACKET REMOVAL 2-6. REPLACEMENT OF PARTS
For replacements of light guide,unscrew them,
exchange with new parts and fix them with
screws respectively.
Terminal board bracket
2-6-1. Replacement of Light Guide

KV-HA14M80/HA14P52/HA14N80
One screw
(+BVTP 3 × 8)
One screw
(+BVTP 4 × 16)
2-6-2. Replacement of Power Button
1 Push the claw to direction

RM-969
of arrow and remove
Caution: Do not take out CRT support block while TV set in A board
standing position. 2 Spring compression
Note: Undress necessary wires that creates tension while
3 Power Button
placing the chassis into Service Position.

RM-968
KV-HA14M80/HA14P52/HA14N80
2-7. PICTURE TUBE REMOVAL • REMOVAL OF ANODE-CAP
Note: NOTE : After removing the anode, short circuit the anode of the picture tube and
• Please make sure the TV set is not in standing position before removing necessary the anode cap to the metal chassis, CRT shield or carbon paint on the
CRT support located on bottom right and left. CRT.

RM-969
• REMOVING PROCEDURES

!¢ Cushion (50x550) DGC


a

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!£ Demagnetic coil !∞ Holder DGC
a
!¢ Cushion (50x550) DGC

1 Turn up one side of the rubber cap in the direction indicated by the arrow a.
!™ Chassis assy

b
b
4 Two screws tapping
!¡ C board

PWB Bracket
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!º Deflection 9 Tension
yoke spring
2 Using a thumb pull up the rubber cap firmly in the direction indicated by the arrow b.
5 Speaker
(12 × 5cm) c
6 Two screws (5)
tapping

7 Two screws (5)


8 Anode cap
tapping Anode Button
Beznet Hook Two screws
(+BVTP 4x16) 3 When one side of the rubber cap is separated from the anode button, the anode-cap
Coating earth assy can be removed by turning up the rubber cap and pulling it up in the direction of the
2 Two screws tapping
arrow c.
• HOW TO HANDLE AN ANODE-CAP
1 Do not damage the surface of anode-caps with sharp shaped objects.
2 Do not press the rubber too hard so as not to damage the inside of anode-cap.
CRT Support Block A metal fitting called the shatter-hook terminal is built into the rubber.
3 Do not turn the foot of rubber over too hard.
3 Speaker The shatter-hook terminal will stick out or damage the rubber.
(12 × 5cm)
!§ Picture tube
CRT Support Block
1 Cushion
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SECTION 3
SET-UP ADJUSTMENTS
The following adjustments should be made when a complete Perform the adjustments in the following order :
realignment is required or a new picture tube is installed. 1. Beam Landing
These adjustments should be performed with rated power 2. Convergence
supply voltage unless otherwise noted. 3. Focus
4. White Balance
Controls and switches should be set as follows unless otherwise Note : Test Equipment Required.
noted: 1. Pattern Generator
PICTURE control ........................................................... normal 2. Degausser
BRIGHTNESS control ................................................... normal 3. Oscilloscope
................................................................................................................................................................................................................................

Preparation :
Purity control
In order to reduce the influence of geomagnetism on the
set's picture tube, face it east or west.
Switch on the set's power and degauss with the degausser.

3-1. BEAM LANDING

1. Input a white signal with the pattern generator.


Contrast
Brightness
normal }
Fig. 3-2
2. Set the pattern generator raster signal to a green raster.
3. Move the deflection yoke to the rear and adjust with the
purity control so that the green is at the center and the blue
and the red take up equally sized areas on each side.
(See Figures 3-1 through 3-4.) Blue
4. Move the deflection yoke forward and adjust so that the Red
entire screen is green. (See Figure 3-1.)
5. Switch the raster signal to blue, then to red and verify the Green
condition.
6. When the position of the deflection yoke has been decided,
fasten the deflection yoke with the screws and DY spacers.
7. If the beam does not land correctly in all the corners, use a Fig. 3-3
magnet to adjust it.
(See Figure 3-4.)
Purity control corrects
this area.
Disk magnets or rotatable
b a disk magnets correct
these areas (a-d).

c d

Deflection yoke positioning


corrects these areas.

a
Fig. 3-1

Fig. 3-4

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3-2. CONVERGENCE • Operation of V. Stat magnet


If the V. Stat magnet is moved in the "a" and "b" arrows, the
Preparation : red, green and blue dots move as shown below.
• Before starting this adjustment, adjust the focus, horizontal
size and vertical size. 1 a b
• Receive dot/hatch signal.
• Pic mode: Soft. a
B B
b b
(1) Horizontal and Vertical Static Convergence G G
R R
Center dot
R

G
2
B a b
R G B

H. STAT VR
V.STAT Magnet

a b

R G B B G R

RV 702

3 a b

C board b a
R B
1. (Moving vertically), adjust the V.STAT magnet so that the
red, green and blue dots are on top of each other at the G G
center of the screen. b B R
2. (Moving horizontally), adjust the H.STAT VR control so
that the red, green and blue dots are on top of each other at
the center of the screen.
3. If the H.STAT variable resistor cannot bring the red, green 4 BMC (Hexapole) Magnet.
and blue dots together at the center of the screen, adjust the If the red, green and blue dots are not balanced or aligned,
horizontal convergence with the H.STAT variable resistor then use the BMC magnet to adjust in the manner described
and the V.STAT magnet in the manner given below. below.
(In this case, the H.STAT variable resistor and the V.STAT
magnet influence each other, so be sure to perform
R G B R G B R G B
adjustments while tracking.)

Purity BMC

BMC (Hexapole)
Purity R B
G R G B G
R B

V.STAT

V.STAT

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(2) Dynamic Convergence Adjustment


Preparation:
Before starting this adjustment, adjust the horizontal static
convergence and the vertical static convergence

RB B
R

YCH TLV

TLH Insert TLH Correction Plate to DY Pocket (Left or


Right)
YCH Rotate YCH VOL on DY
TLV Rotate TLV VOL ON DY
XCV Rotate XCV Adj core on DY

ON DY:

YCH TLV

(3) Screen-corner Convergence Fix a Permalloy assy b


corresponding to the
misconverged areas

b a

a-d : screen-corner
misconvergence

c d

d a to d : Permalloy assembly

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3-3. FOCUS ADJUSTMENT 2.a) WHITE BALANCE ADJUSTMENT


1) Set to Service Mode (Refer Section 4-1: ADJUSTMENTS
FOCUS adjustment should be completed before W/B adjustment. WITH COMMANDER).
1. Receive digital monoscope pattern. 2) Input white raster signal.
2. Set "Picture Mode" to "DYNAMIC". 3) Set (ABL) and IF (VP2) service mode to 00.
3. Adjust focus VR so that the center of screen becomes 4) Set Picture to DYNAMIC.
just focus. 5) Select OB (RDR) with [1] and [4], and set the level to 25
4. Change the receiving signal to white pattern and blue back. with [3] and [6] for best white balance.
5. Confirm magenta ring is not noticeable. Incase magenta is 6) Select OC 'GDR' and OD 'BDR' with [1] and [4], and adjust
very obvious, adjust focus VR to take balance of magenta the level with [3] and [6] for the best white balance.
ring and focus. 7) Write into the memory by pressing [MUTING] then [0].
8) Set back 'ABL' and IF 'VP2' service mode to original data.

2.b) SUB BRIGHT ADJUSTMENT


1) Set to service mode.
2) Set (ABL) and IF (VP2) service mode to 00
3) Input a staircase signal of black to white from the pattern
generator.
4) BRIGHTNESS .... 50%.
PICTURE ............ MINIMUM
5) Select OE 'SBR' with [1] and [4], and adjust OE 'SBR' level
with [3] and [6] so that the second stripe from the right is
FOCUS dimly lit.
6) Write into the memory by pressing [MUTING] then [0].
7) Set back (ABL) and IF (VP2) service mode to original data.
SCREEN

White

FLYB ACK TRANSFORMER (T503) second from the right

3-4. G2 (SCREEN) AND WHITE BALANCE Black


ADJUSTMENTS

1. G2 (SCREEN) ADJUSTMENT

1) Set the PICTURE to normal.


2) Put to VIDEO input mode without signals.
3) Connect R, G and B of the C board cathode to the
oscilloscope.
4) Adjust BRIGHTNESS to obtain the cathode voltage to the
value below.
5) Adjust G2 (screen) on the FBT until picture shows the point
before cut off.

Cathode setting voltage:


175 V ± 2 (VDC)

0V

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SECTION 4
CIRCUIT ADJUSTMENTS
4-1. ADJUSTMENT WITH COMMANDER e. OTHER FUNCTION VIA REMOTE COMMANDER
7, - All the data becomes the values in memory.
Service adjustments to this model can be performed using the
supplied Remote Commander RM-968 and RM-969. 8, - All user control goes to the standard state.
5, - Service data initialization (Be sure not to use
a. ENTERING SERVICE MODE
With the unit on standby usually.)
2, - Copy and write all data.
n [DISPLAY] n 5 n VOL (+) n [POWER] [MUTE], - Write 50Hz adjustment data to 60Hz or vice
versa.
This operation sequence puts the unit into service mode.

The screen display is : 4-2. ADJUSTMENT METHOD


Item Item Number 00 HPS
Adjustment
Item No Data Mode Depends on signal This explanation uses H Shift as an example.
1. Select “00 HPS” with the 1 and 4 buttons.
2. Raise/lower the data with the 3 and 6 buttons.
00 HPS 33 SERVICE 50 3. Select the optimum state. (The standard is 1F for PAL
080S 1.6C 00 000A
reception.)
(KV-HA14M80) PAL,SECAM:50
083S NTSC :60
4. Write with the [MUTING] button. (The display changes to
(KV-HA14N80) WRITE.)
081S Total Power-On time (hours)
(KV-HA14P52)
5. Execute the writing with the - button. (The WRITE
display will be changed to red color while excuting, and
Software version back to SERVICE.)
Suffix No
(OEM Code) Example on screen display :-

b. METHOD OF CANCELLATION FROM SERVICE 00 HPS 33 SERVICE 50 GREEN


MODE
Set the standby condition (Press [POWER] button on the com-
mander), then press [POWER] button again, hereupon it becomes Adjusted with [3] and [6] buttons.
TV mode.
00 HPS 33 WRITE 50 GREEN
c. METHOD OF WRITE INTO MEMORY
1) Set to Service Mode.
2) Press [1] (UP) and [4] (DOWN), to select the adjustment. Write with [MUTING]

4) Press [MUTING] button to indicate WRITE on the screen.


00 HPS 33 WRITE 50 RED
5) Press [0] button to write into memory. The WRITE display
then the display
d. MEMORY WRITE CONFIRMATION METHOD returns to green
Write executed with [0] SERVICE
1) After adjustment, pull out the plug from AC outlet, and then
plug into AC outlet again.
2) Turn the power switch ON and set to Service Mode. Use the same method for all Items. Use 1 and 4 to select the
3) Call the adjusted items again to confirm adjustments were adjustment item, use 3 and 6 to adjust, write with [MUTING],
made. then execute the write with -.

1, 4 Select the adjustment item.


↓ Note : 1. In [WRITE], the data for all items are written into
memory together.
3, 6 Raise/lower the data value.
2. For adjustment items that have different standard

data between 50Hz or 60Hz, be sure to use the
[MUTING] Writes.
respective input signal after adjustment.

- Executes the writing.

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KV-HA14M80/HA14P52/HA14N80
Adjustment Item Table (KV-HA14N80)
Functionality Initial Range Function Table & Note Device Name
(Slave Address)
No. Name Common 50 60 SECAM NTSC PAL TV Video Teletext M system Non-M system Dynamic Others
00 HPS 24 3F H Shift 50/60Hz TDA8843 / 44 (8A) A040 2A A04A 2A
01 HSZ 23 3F H Size 50/60Hz A041 1F A04B 1F
02 PAP 21 3F Pin Amplitude 50/60Hz A042 1F A04C 1F
03 CPN 29 3F Corner Pin 50/60Hz A043 1F A040 1F
04 TLT 20 3F Tilt 50/60Hz A044 1F A04E 1F

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05 VSL 20 3F V Slope 50/60Hz A045 26 A04F 26
06 VAP 1D 3F V Amplitude 50/60Hz A046 0F A050 0F
07 SCO 20 3F S Correction 50/60Hz A047 0F A051 0F
08 VPS 20 3F V Shift 50/60Hz A048 1F A052 1F
09 VZM 19 3F Vertical Zoom A05A 19
0A VSC 20 3F Vertical Scroll 50/60Hz A400 1F A401 1F

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0B RDR 25 3F R Drive DYNAMIC/Others A056 1F A428 24
0C GDR 25 3F G Drive DYNAMIC/Others A057 25 A429 25
0D BDR 25 3F B Drive DYNAMIC/Others A058 25 A42A 20
0E SBR 4B 7F Sub Brightness A02C 58
0F PMX 27 3F Picture Maximum Data TV/Video/Teletext A028 20 A029 20 A02A 20
10 PMI 05 3F Picture Minimum Data A02B 04
11 SHU 05 0F Sub Hue TV/Video A02D 07 A427 09
12 SSH 01 03 Sub Sharpness TV/Video A02E 01 A02F 03
13 SC1 1F 3F Sub Color Lower 50/60Hz A031 20 A033 1C
14 SC2 0B 3F Sub Color Higher 50/60Hz A030 08 A032 0B
15 FO 00 03 01 Time Constant TV/Video/Teletext A037 00 A03A 00 A03D 00
16 AGT 30 3F AGC Take Over TV/Video/Teletext A039 00 A03C 00 A03F 00
17 VSW 0 1 Video Mute Switch TV/Video/Teletext A039 00 A03C 01 A03F 00
18 FOR 00 03 Forced Field Frequency A055 03
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19 DL 0 1 De-interlace A055 00
1A POC 0 1 Fixed 01 Synchro. Mode A07E 00
1B COR 0 1 Noise Coring TV/Video/Teletext A038 00 A03B 00 A03E 00
1C RBL 0 1 RGB Blanking TV/Video/Teletext A038 00 A03B 00 A03E 00
1D YDL 08 0F Y-Delay PAL/NTSC/SECAM A40A 06 A40B 0C A409 0A
1E VP1 00 FF Extra Bits (see below) A42C 00
1F VP2 01 FF Extra Bits (see below) A42D 01
20 VP3 08 FF Extra Bits (see below) A42E 0F
21 ING 00 0F Input Gain M System/non-M/Video TDA7438 (88) A061 00 A060 00 A05F 00
22 VOM 01 3F Volume Output Gain M System only A062 00
23 BCS 01 03 Bass Center Shift A424 01
24 TCS 01 03 Treble Center Shift A425 02
25 BKP 00 3F Picture Data at Blanking OFF Other Control A077 00
26 ODL 10 FF Power ON Delay A07A 10
27 OSH 0A 3F OSD H Position A078 0A
28 TSY 00 03 TV System at Auto Preset 00 : B/G, 01 : I, 02 : D/K, 03 : M A40C 00
29 DKS 01 01 D/K Stereo enable/disable A07E 01
2A MUT 00 01 Muting on/off at No Sync A07E 00
2B ABL 00 01 Bright ABL Switch A07E 01
2C SCM 00 01 SECAM Trap active/inactive A07E 01
2D SLS 00 01 Activate SL.OR.IFI Sync A07E 01
2E SSV 02 07 Space Sound Volume Step Up A421 02
2F VPW 28 7F Timer of Video Processor start up wait A422 35
30 SCA 01 01 Shipping Condition of Cable on/off A430 01
31 SCH 01 7F Shipping Condition of Channel Number A430 01
32 OP1 2F FF Optional Flags 0 (see below) A421 02
33 OP2 0F FF Optional Flags 1 (see below) A07C 9D
34 OP3 00 FF Optional Flags 2 (see below) A07D A0

NOTE:
• Bold item :- are fixed data
• Standard data listed on the Adjustment Item Table are reference values, therefore it may be different for each model and for each mode.
• Note for Different Data Those are the standard data values written on the microprocessor. Therefore, the data values of the modes and stored respectively in the memory.
In case of a device replacement, adjustment by rewriting the data value is necessary for some items.
Adjustment Item Table (KV-HA14M80/HA14P52)
Functionality Initial Range Function Table & Note Device Name
(Slave Address)
No. Name Common 50 60 SECAM NTSC PAL TV Video Teletext M system Non-M system Dynamic Others
00 HPS 2A 3F H S hi f t 50/60Hz TDA8843 / 44 (8A) A040 2A A04A 2A
01 HSZ 1F 3F H Size 50/60Hz A041 1F A04B 1F
02 PAP 1F 3F Pin Amplitude 50/60Hz A042 1F A04C 1F
03 CPN 1F 3F Corner Pin 50/60Hz A043 1F A04D 1F
04 TLT 1F 3F Tilt 50/60Hz A044 1F A04E 1F
05 VSL 26 3F V Slope 50/60Hz A045 26 A04F 26
06 VAP 0F 3F V Amplitude 50/60Hz A046 0F A050 0F
07 SCO 0F 3F S Correction 50/60Hz A047 0F A051 0F
08 VPS 1F 3F V Shift 50/60Hz A048 1F A052 1F
09 VZM 19 3F Vertical Zoom A05A 19
0A VSC 1F 3F Vertical Scroll 50/60Hz A400 1F A401 1F
0B RDR 1F 3F R Drive DYNAMIC/Others A056 1F A428 24
0C GDR 25 3F G Drive DYNAMIC/Others A057 25 A429 25
0D BDR 25 3F B Drive DYNAMIC/Others A058 25 A42A 20
0E SBR 58 7F Sub Brightness A02C 58
0F PMX 20 3F Picture Maximum Data TV/Video/Teletext A028 20 A029 20 A02A 20
10 PMI 04 3F Picture Minimum Data A02B 04
11 SHU 07 0F Sub Hue TV/Video A02D 07 A427 09
12 SSH 01 03 Sub Sharpness TV/Video A02E 01 A02F 03
13 SC1 20 3F Sub Color Lower 50/60Hz A031 20 A033 1C
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14 SC2 08 3F Sub Color Higher 50/60Hz A030 08 A032 0B


15 FO 00 03 01 Time Constant TV/Video/Teletext A037 00 A03A 00 A03D 00
16 AGT 00 3F AGC Take Over TV/Video/Teletext A039 00 A03C 00 A03F 00
17 VSW 00 01 Video Mute Switch TV/Video/Teletext A039 00 A03C 01 A03F 00
18 FOR 03 03 Forced Field Frequency A055 03
19 DL 00 01 De-interlace A055 00
1A POC 00 01 Fixed 01 Synchro. Mode A07E 00
1B COR 01 01 Noise Coring TV/Video/Teletext A038 01 A03B 00 A03E 00
1C RBL 00 01 RGB Blanking TV/Video/Teletext A038 00 A03B 00 A03E 00
1D YDL 0A 0F Y-Delay PAL/NTSC/SECAM A40A 06 A40B 0C A409 0A
1E VP1 00 FF Extra Bits (see below) A42C 00

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1F VP2 01 FF Extra Bits (see below) A42D 01
20 VP3 0F FF Extra Bits (see below) A42E 0F
21 WST 15 FF W/G Stereo Threshold MSP3417G(80) A067 15
22 WBT EC FF W/G Bilingual Threshold A064 EC
23 WLL 05 FF W/G Monaural Threshold A066 05
24 WAC 01 0F W/G Agreement count A06F 01
25 WDL 30 FF W/G Search Delay A070 30
26 NDL 20 FF NICAM Search Delay A071 20

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27 SDL 10 FF Stereo Status Read Delay A065 10
28 AGC 01 01 AGC Switch auto/constant A068 01
29 REL 28 3F AGC Gain at Constant Mode A068 28

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KV-HA14M80/HA14P52/HA14N80
Adjustment Item Table (KV-HA14M80/HA14P52)
Functionality Initial Range Function Table & Note Device Name
(Slave Address)
No. Name Common 50 60 SECAM NTSC PAL TV Video Teletext M system Non-M system Dynamic Others
2A C R M 00 01 Carrier Muting on/off A06C 00
2B ACO 01 01 Audio Clock-out on/off A06C 01
2C FP 1B 7F FM Prescale for B/G, I, D/K A069 1B
2D FPM 32 7F FM Prescale for M A06D 32

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2E FH 36 7F FM Prescale for HDEV (non-M) A063 36
2F FHM 65 7F FM Prescale for HDEV (M) A075 65
30 WGP 1C 7F W/G Prescale A06A 1C
31 NIP 7F 7F NICAM Prescale A06B 7F

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32 ERR 50 FF Auto FM Switch Threshold A06E 50
33 VOL 6D 7F DFP Volume Maximum A072 6D
34 ING 00 0F Input Gain M System/non-M/Video TDA7438(88) A061 00 A060 00 A05F 00
35 VOM 00 3F Volume Output Gain M System only A062 00
36 BCS 01 03 Bass Center Shift A424 01
37 TCS 02 03 Treble Center Shift A425 02
38 TXH 2A FF Horizontal Display Position SAA5264(58) A41A 2A
39 TXV 27 3F Vertical Display Position (line offset from V-sync) A41B 27
3A THD 00 7F H-sync Active Edge Shift A41C 00
3B TVD 3F 7F V-sync Active Edge Shift A41D 3F
3C HPL 01 01 H-sync Polarity Configuration 00:Positive, 01:Negative A41E 01
3D VPL 01 01 V-sync Polarity Configuration 00:Positive, 01:Negative A41E 01
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3E FPL 01 01 Filed Polarity Configuration 00:V-sync second half line, 01:V-sync first half line A41F 01
3F FMD 00 03 Force Mode 00:Auto, 01:Default, 02:Fastext, 03:Top mode A41E 00
40 TBR 08 0F Set Teletext RGB Brightness A41E 08
41 NOP 01 0F National Option Table Configuration A41F 01
42 TCH 01 03 Twisted Character Set Configuration A41F 01
43 BKP 00 3F Picture Data at Blanking OFF Other Control A077 00
44 ODL 10 FF Power ON Delay A07A 10
45 OSH 0A 3F OSD H Position A078 0A
46 TSY 00 03 TV System at Auto Preset 00:B/G, 01:I, 02:D/K, 03:M A40C 00
47 DKS 01 01 D/K Stereo enable/disable A07E 01
48 MUT 00 01 Muting on/off at No Sync A07E 00
49 ABL 01 01 Bright ABL Switch A07E 01
4A SCM 01 01 SECAM Trap active/inactive A07E 01
4B SLS 01 01 Activate SL. OR. IFI Sync A07E 01
4C SSV 02 07 Space Sound Volume Step Up A421 02
4D VPW 35 7F Timer of Video Processor start up wait A422 35
4E OP1 2F FF Optional Flags 0 (see below) A07B 28
4F OP2 0F FF Optional Flags 1 (see below) A07C 9D
50 OP3 00 FF Optional Flags 2 (see below) A07D A0

NOTE:
• Bold item :- are fixed data
• Standard data listed on the Adjustment Item Table are reference values, therefore it may be different for each model and for each mode.
• Note for Different Data Those are the standard data values written on the microprocessor. Therefore, the data values of the modes and stored respectively in the memory.
In case of a device replacement, adjustment by rewriting the data value is necessary for some items.
KV-HA14M80/HA14P52/HA14N80
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ITEM INFORMATION (KV-HA14M80/HA14P52)


No. 1E VP1
Item - - BCO OSO SBL HBL FCO FFI
KV-HA14M80 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
KV-HA14P52 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
BCO Switch-on behaviour 1=Switch -on of picture via internal delay 0=Without delay 00(4)
OSO 1=Switch off in vertical overscan 0=Switch-off undefind 18(7)
SBL Service blanking 1= on 0= off 0B(7)
HBL RGB Blanking Mode 1 = wide blanking, 0 = normal blanking 02(7)
FCO Forced Color-on 1=no colour killer 0=normal colour killer function 1B(0)
FFI Fast filler IF-PLL 1=increased time constant 0=normal time constant 1A(1)
No. 1F VP2

Item - - MAT DS DSA EBS BLS BKS


KV-HA14M80 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1
KV-HA14P52 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

MAT PAL-SECAM-/NTSC Matrix 1 =PAL matrix, 0=adapted to standard 0E(7)


DS Dynamic skin control on/off 1= on 0= off 1A(3)
DSA Dynamic skin control angle 1=correction angle 117 degrees 0=correction angle 123 degrees 1A(2)
EBS Extended Blue Stretch 1= on 0= off 1A(0)
BLS Blue stretch 1= on 0= off 18(4)
BKS Black stretch 1= on 0= off 18(3)

No. 20 VP3
Item BB AKB BPS CB ACL CL2 CL1 CL0
KV-HA14M80 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0
KV-HA14P52 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0

BB Blue back when no video signal is identified 1= on 0= off 18(0)


AKB Black current stabilisation 1=not active 0=active 02(6)
BPS Bypass of chroma base-band delay line 1=bypassed 0=active 19(6)
CB Chroma bandpass centre frequency 1= 1.1x Fsc 0=Fsc 18(5)
ACL Automatic colour limiting 1= active 0= not active 19(5)

CL2 CL1 CL0 Cathode Drive amplitude


0 0 0 57V
0 0 1 63V
0 1 0 70V
0 1 1 77V
1 0 0 84V
1 0 1 91V
1 1 0 99V
1 1 1 107V

No. 4E OP1
Item HA ME VOL AV Input COMB B/G I D/K M
KV-HA14M80 0 0 10 0 1 1 1 1
KV-HA14P52 0 0 10 0 1 1 1 1

HA ME Vol Tone controller Volume curve setting. 1 = for HA(ME), 0 = for HA(GE)

AV Input 00 = no AV Input model 01 = 1 AV Input model


10 = 2 AV Input model 11 = Not available

COMB (for NTSC model) 1 = Enable external comb filter, 0 =Disable external comb filter

Other optional function will be enabled if the corresponding bit is set to 1.

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No. 4F OP2
Item No NICAM US ST HDEV IV-Curve XTAL SEL SECAM 2nd Lang.
KV-HA14M80 0 0 0 0 11 11 1 1
KV-HA14P52 0 0 0 0 11 11 1 1

No NICAM 1 = NICAM search is disable in any TV system, 0 = NICAM search operates

US ST (Reserved for NTSC model)

1 V-Curve 1 = using common volume curve for every mode and every TV system
(Multi Model Only) 0 = another volume curve available for video mode and M system

XTAL SEL 00 = only 4.43 XTAL 01 = only 3.58 XTAL


10 = not used 11 = both 4.43 and 3.58 XTAL

Other optional function will be enabled if the corresponding bit is set to 1.

No. 50 OP3
Item Pict Rot. Auto TV Sys. No Bal. SPC SOUND Korean ST VM H.K. Bil. Thai Bil.
KV-HA14M80 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
KV-HA14P52 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

No Bal. 1 = no balance in analog select items, 0 = balance included


(for AV stereo model)

SPC SOUND 1 = Space Sound available, 0 = not available

Korean ST (Reserved for NTSC model)

H.K. Bil. 1 = NICAM bilingual available (No NICAM stereo), 0 = not available
(Multi Model Only)

Other optional function will be enable if the corresponding bit is set to 1.

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ITEM INFORMATION (KV-HA14N80)


No. 1E VP1
Item - - BCO OSO SBL HBL FCO FFI
KV-HA14N80 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

BCO Switch-on behaviour 1=Switch -on of picture via internal delay 0=Without delay 00(4)
OSO 1=Switch off in vertical overscan 0=Switch-off undefind 18(7)
SBL Service blanking 1= on 0= off 0B(7)
HBL RGB Blanking Mode 1 = wide blanking, 0 = normal blanking 02(7)
FCO Forced Color-on 1=no colour killer 0=normal colour killer function 1B(0)
FFI Fast filler IF-PLL 1=increased time constant 0=normal time constant 1A(1)

No. 1F VP2

Item - - MAT DS DSA EBS BLS BKS


KV-HA14N80 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

MAT PAL-SECAM-/NTSC Matrix 1 =PAL matrix, 0=adapted to standard 0E(7)


DS Dynamic skin control on/off 1= on 0= off 1A(3)
DSA Dynamic skin control angle 1=correction angle 117 degrees 0=correction angle 123 degrees 1A(2)
EBS Extended Blue Stretch 1= on 0= off 1A(0)
BLS Blue stretch 1= on 0= off 18(4)
BKS Black stretch 1= on 0= off 18(3)

No. 20 VP3
Item BB AKB BPS CB ACL CL2 CL1 CL0
KV-HA14N80 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0

BB Blue back when no video signal is identified 1= on 0= off 18(0)


AKB Black current stabilisation 1=not active 0=active 02(6)
BPS Bypass of chroma base-band delay line 1=bypassed 0=active 19(6)
CB Chroma bandpass centre frequency 1= 1.1x Fsc 0=Fsc 18(5)
ACL Automatic colour limiting 1= active 0= not active 19(5)

CL2 CL1 CL0 Cathode Drive amplitude


0 0 0 57V
0 0 1 63V
0 1 0 70V
0 1 1 77V
1 0 0 84V
1 0 1 91V
1 1 0 99V
1 1 1 107V

No. 32 OP1

Item HA ME VOL AV Input COMB B/G I D/K M


KV-HA14N80 0 0 10 0 1 1 1 1

HA ME Vol Tone controller Volume curve setting. 1 = for HA(ME), 0 = for HA(GE)

AV Input 00 = no AV Input model 01 = 1 AV Input model


10 = 2 AV Input model 11 = Not available

COMB (for NTSC model) 1 = Enable external comb filter, 0 =Disable external comb filter

Other optional function will be enabled if the corresponding bit is set to 1.

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No. 33 OP2
Item No NICAM US ST HDEV IV-Curve XTAL SEL SECAM 2nd Lang.
KV-HA14N80 0 0 0 0 11 11 1 1

No NICAM 1 = NICAM search is disable in any TV system, 0 = NICAM search operates

US ST (Reserved for NTSC model)

HDEV (Multi Model Only)

1 V-Curve 1 = using common volume curve for every mode and every TV system
(Multi Model Only) 0 = another volume curve available for video mode and M system

XTAL SEL 00 = only 4.43 XTAL 01 = only 3.58 XTAL


10 = not used 11 = both 4.43 and 3.58 XTAL

Other optional function will be enabled if the corresponding bit is set to 1.

No. 34 OP3
Item Pict Rot. Auto TV Sys. No Bal. SPC SOUND Korean ST VM H.K. Bil. Thai Bil.
KV-HA14N80 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

No Bal. 1 = no balance in analog select items, 0 = balance included


(for AV stereo model)

SPC SOUND 1 = Space Sound available, 0 = not available

Korean ST (Reserved for NTSC model)

H.K. Bil. 1 = NICAM bilingual available (No NICAM stereo), 0 = not available
(Multi Model Only)

Thai Bil. (Multi Model Only)

Other optional function will be enable if the corresponding bit is set to 1.

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OPERATION GUIDE

SERVICE MODE

How to set up new NVM (or initialize already written one)


(1) AC ON
(2) Enter Service Mode - describing below how to enter
(3) Push the commander button “5” and “0” sequentially (only set initial data into RAM, but not write them into
NVM yet)
(4) Push the commander button “2” and “0” sequentially (copy the data into all NVM area - all wide modes and
50/60Hz respectively)
(5) Push the commander button “8” and “0” sequentially (initialize user data, select program 1 and exit Service Mode)
(6) Select TV system and execute Auto Preset
How to enter Service Mode
• At power ON, push the commander button “test” and “TV ON” sequentially
• At stand-by, push the commander button “display”, “5”, “vol +” and “power” sequentially
How to exit Service Mode
• Push the commander button “other ON” or power (AC) OFF
How to increment/decrement items and data
• Items : push the commander button “1” / “4”
• Data : push the commander button “3” / “6” (not write into NVM)
Other operations
• Write data into NVM - push the commander button “mute” and “0” sequentially
• Read data from NVM - push the commander button “7” and “0” sequentially
• Copy 50Hz data into 60Hz area - push the commander button “display” and “0” sequentially

SELF DIAGNOSIS MODE

How to enter Self Diagnosis Mode


• At stand-by, push the commander button “display”, “5”, “vol-” and “power” sequentially
How to exit Self Diagnosis Mode
• Push the commander button “other ON” or power (AC) OFF
Other operations
• Clear data and Write into NVM - push the commander button “8” and “0” sequentially

HOTEL TV MODE

How to enter Hotel TV Mode ON stage


• At stand-by, push the commander button “display”, “MUTE”, “vol +” and “power” sequentially
• The Hotel TV setup display, where the maximum level of the volume can be applied (=35 or above)
• Write data into NVM - push the commander button “mute” and “0” sequentially

How to enter Hotel TV Mode OFF stage


• At stand-by, push the commander button “display”, “MUTE”, “vol -” and “power” sequentially
• Write data into NVM - push the commander button “mute” and “0” sequentially

Modification Note
The item including the new addition is yellow.
1. The flag was added to bit 7 of OP1. This is the flag which chooses the volume curve used by HA (ME) model. (V2. IC)
(KV-HA14M80/HA14P52)

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4-3. PICTURE QUALITY ADJUSTMENT 4-4. DEFLECTION ADJUSTMENT

SUB COLOR ADJUSTMENT NORMAL MODE (50Hz)


1. Set to Service mode.
1. Select Video. 2. Input PAL color bar.
2. Input a PAL color-bar. 3. Using the 1 and 4 button, select category GEO
3. Set to the following condition: (Service Mode).
PICTURE 100%, BRIGHTNESS 50%, COLOR 50% 4. Raise/lower the data using the 3 and 6 buttons.
4. Connect an oscilloscope to pin 1 (B OUT) of CN300, A board. Select and adjust the following items to obtain optimum
5. Set to Service Mode and select 13 ‘SC1’ with 1 and 4 of image.
the commander then adjust to VB2=VB3=VB4 with 3 and
6. Service Item
6. Press [MUTING] → - of the commander to write the data.
GEO : 00 HPS H POSITION
7. Adjust 13 ‘SC1’ as step 2 to 5 when receiving NTSC
01 HSZ H SIZE
color-bar.
02 PAP PIN AMPLITUDE
VB1
03 CPN CORNER PIN
04 TLT TILT
VB2 VB3 VB4 05 VSL V SLOPE
06 VAP VERTICAL AMPLITUDE
07 SCO S CORRECTION
08 VPS V SHIFT

VB2 = VB3 = VB4 NORMAL MODE (60Hz)


5. Input 525/60Hz signal.
VB2 = VB3 = VB4 (Difference is within 70mV) 6. Using the 1 and 4 buttons select category GEO (Service
Mode).
SUB HUE ADJUSTMENT 7. Select and adjust the following items to obtain obtimum
image.
1. Select Video.
Raise/lower the data with the 3 and 6 buttons.
2. Input a NTSC 3.58, color-bar into Video/TV mode. Service Item
3. Set the following condition:
PICTURE 100%, BRIGHTNESS 50%, COLOR 50% GEO : 00 HPS H POSITION
4. Connect an oscilloscope to pin 1 (B OUT) of CN300, A 01 HSZ H SIZE
board. 02 PAP PIN AMPLITUDE
5. Select 11"SHU" with 1 and 4 of the commander by setting 03 CPN CORNER PIN
to Service Mode and adjust to VB1=VB2=VB3=VB4 with 3 04 TLT TILT
and 6 . 05 VSL V SLOPE
06 VAP VERTICAL AMPLITUDE
VB1
VB3 VB4 07 SCO S CORRECTION
08 VPS V SHIFT
VB2

4-5. A BOARD ADJUSTMENT AFTER IC003


(MEMORY) REPLACEMENT
VB1 = VB2 = VB3 = VB4
1. Enter to Service Mode.
2. Press commander buttons 5 and - (Data Initialize), and
The highest level of VB1,VB2,VB3,VB4 must be aligned at 2 and - (Data Copy) to initialize the data.
the same line. Ideal difference level between VB2 and VB3 3. Call each item number and check if the respective screen
should be within ± 110mV. shows the normal picture.
6. Press [MUTING] → - of the commander to write the data. In cases where items are not well adjusted, rectify the fine
7. Select TV channel with NTSC 3.58 and repeat 3 to 5. adjustment.
8. Press [MUTING] → - of the commander to write the data. Write the data per each item number ([MUTING] +-).
9. Single system model with NTSC 4.43, select TV channel with 4. Select item numbers 4E ‘OP0’, 4F ‘OP1’, 50 ‘OP2’ and
NTSC 4.43 and repeat 3 to 5. respectively set the bit per model with command buttons
3 and 6 .
5. Press commander buttons 8 and - (Test Normal) to return
to the data that was set on the shipment from the factory.
(This will also cancel Service Mode.)

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4-6. PICTURE DISTORTION ADJUSTMENT

Item Number 00 – 08
00 HPS (H POSITION)

01 HSZ (H SIZE)

02 PAP (PIN AMPLITUDE)

03 CPN (CORNER PIN)

04 TLT (TILT)

05 VSL (V SLOPE)

06 VAP (VERTICAL AMPLITUDE)

07 SCO (S CORRECTION)

08 VPS (V SHIFT)

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SECTION 5
DIAGRAMS

5-1. BLOCK DIAGRAM

A POWER SUPPLY, DEFLECTION, AUDIO Q405 C (RGB OUTPUT)


AND VIDEO PROCESSING, J400
AUDIO/VIDEO INPUT/OUTPUT, BUFFER VIDEO
SYSTEM CONTROLLER Q404
MONITOR Q712 Q706
BUFFER L (MONO)
OUT
R DRIVE R AMP
Q403
VIDEO
VIDEO BUFFER R
Q709
IN 1 L (MONO) RV702
(FRONT) Q402 Q401
IK LIMIT G2
R R MUTE L MUTE J701

Q711 Q705
10
8
V901
6 G DRIVE G AMP 9 3
PICTURE TUBE
J200 8
VIDEO 6 CN701
7 L IN L OUT 27 5 L IN L OUT 7 HEADPHONE
VIDEO Q708 H2 200V
IC201 1
IN 1 L (MONO)
(REAR) TONE CONT IK LIMIT
H1
9 R IN MUTE 8 5
R IC203
2 TVR Q710 Q704
AUDIO OUT
3 TVL R OUT 26 2 R IN R OUT 12 B DRIVE B AMP
CN200
AUDIO IN L 4 L1 MON OUT L 6
AUDIO IN R 1 R1 MON OUT R SP L Q707
8 SPACE SOUND
TVR SDA SCL IK LIMIT
CN301 2 22 21 SP R
L
6
IF MONITOR OUT L
2
MONITOR OUT R +9V
CN703
R CN300 R
3 3
Q101 G G
2 2
B B
BUFFER 1 1
IK IK
5 5

Q103, 104

TU100 FILTER
IC604 S600
Q102 CN601
+9V
+9V D601 T600
Q306, 308 REG 1
IF IF BUFFER SWF100 T601
AGC TU U/V L/H DK SW Q304 17 2
CT365,CF365 +18V AC IN
SYNC F601
IC001 SYSTEM CONTROLLER 16 3
Q307, 310 FILTER 2

59 L/H MUTE 11 I SW Q300 15 4 IC601 REG SW


IC301 CT360,CF360 +11V
60 U/V
Q105 Q315 Y/C JUNGLE SYNC 9
R 51 14 5
Q311, 313 FILTER
VC AMP 38 VC G 50 G BUFFER
Q106 17 CVBS IN R OUT 21 Q303 OVP
B 49 M SW 13 8
55 DEEMP G OUT 20 CT345,CF345 +B 1
VC FILTER Q100 IC003 MEMORY 48 IF IN B OUT 19 SYNC 11 7
BUFFER 49 IF IN IK 18 Q309, 312 FILTER DRIVE LATCH
IICLK1 55 6 CLK 8
54 AGC SIF 1
41 KEY1 IIDAT1 53 5 DAT B/G SW Q305
IF OUT 6 2
CH + CH - 40 KEY2 CT355,CF355
OSC 6
S006 S003 Q301, 303 SYNC
HSYNC 47 41 SSCP/FBT
SYNC FILTER
IC002 +5V REG HSYNC 25 7
FILTER
VOL + VOL - +9V
OUT 5 +5V
S001 S005 CVBS IN INT 13
1 IN T503 FBT
SIF IN 1 PH600 PHOTO COUPLER
RESET 4 36 RESET +5V
R-Y OUT 30 2 5
TV/VIDEO SEL IC004 IR DET B-Y OUT 29 3 4
CN302 S004 S002 4 6 IC602 ERROR AMP
R 35 EXTAL SIRCS 26 1 2 Q319
1 X358 11
3.58MHz CVBS OUT 38 BUFFER
X101 1 1 2 2 1
M-SW 34 3.58 +135V
6
SDA 34 XTAL X443
3 +5V D001 7 CN500
SCL 4.43MHz –13V 200V
4 TIMER Q001 1
35 4.43/3.58 1000V
LED 9
3 TIMER D/K 2 HOR OUT 40 +15V H1
DRIVE
CN001 I 3 EAST/WEST 45 10 5
R Q002 Q004 D804, D851
1 M 4 VERT POS 46
G LED RESP/
2 6 B/G 1 VERT NEG 47 H PROT DUMPER
DRIVE NICAM
B
3 NICAM 23 R IN Q800 T801 Q801
BLK DY1
4 ST/BY 24 G IN H+ H+
H DRIVE H OUT 1
25 B IN H+ H–
FV 2
SDA 26 IN SW
6 54 IIDAT0 BRT ABL 42 IC850, IC851
SCL B-Y 31 S801 HDY
7 56 IICLK0 VPULSE 17 PIN CONT H SENT
Q802 L802 H–
VSYNC 48 3
R-Y 32 13 H– VDY
12 BLK HDSW 27 3 1 PIN OUT 4
V+
7 SCL V– V–
5
8 SDA ABL 22 D1505
EHTX-RAY 50 IC551
V OUT
Q561 DY ASS'Y
D591 D561
1
X RAY +135V V+
CN002 HV 5 6
VP 7
2

HP
3
VIDEO
6
4

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5-2. CIRCUIT BOARDS LOCATION

C BOARD

A BOARD

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5-3. SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM


Note:
• All capacitors are in µF unless otherwise noted.
• All electrolytic capacitors are rated at 50V unless otherwise
noted.
• All resistors are in ohms.
kΩ = 1000Ω, MΩ = 1000kΩ
• Indication of resistance which does not have rating electrical
power is as follows.
Pitch: 5 mm
Rating electrical power 1/4W (CHIP: 1/10W)

• : nonflammable resistor.
• ¢ : internal component.
• : panel designation or adjustment for rrepair.
• All variable and adjustable resistors have characteristic curve
B unless otherwise noted.
• Redings are taken with a color-bar signal input.
no mark : COMMON
( ) : PAL
[ ] : NTSC 3.58
• Readings are taken with a 10 MΩ digital multimeter.
• Voltage are dc with respect to ground unless otherwise
noted.
• Voltage variations may be noted due to normal produc-
tion tolerances.
• All voltage are in Volt.
• ✽ : Cannot be measured.
• Circled numbers are waveform references.
• : B +bus.
• : B –bus.
• ÷ : signal path.
Reference information
RESISTOR : RN METAL FILM
: RC SOLID
: FPRD NONFLAMMABLE CARBON
: FUSE NONFLAMMABLE FUSIBLE
: RS NONFLAMMABLE METAL OXIDE
: RB NONFLAMMABLE CEMENT
: RW NONFLAMMABLE WIREWOUND
:✽ ADJUSTMENT RESISTOR
COIL : LF-8L MICRO INDUCTOR
CAPACITOR : TA TANTALUM
: PS STYROL
: PP POLYPROPYLENE
: PT MYLAR
: MPS METALIZED POLYESTER
: MPP METALIZED POLYPROPYLENE
: ALB BIPOLAR
: ALT HIGH TEMPERATURE
: ALR HIGH RIPPLE

Note: The component identified by shading and


mark ! are critical for safety. Replace only
with part number specified.

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(1) A Board Schematic Diagram


1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 1
VIF/YC/J
LR
TO A3 BOARD
CN300

RESET Q
CN200

VM OUT
I F- OUT
6P

R OUT
CN301 CN302 4P

G OUT
B OUT
M-SW
L- I N

R- I N
#
A J200

SP R
GND
GND
#

SP L
GND

GND
TO C BOARD

GND

GND

GND

GND

GND
SDA
AFT

SCL

I K
9V
JACK

9V
CN703
EAR PHONE
JACK

4
2
3
1
1
2
3
4
5
6
7

1
2
3
4
5
6
7

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
L200 D200
VM 47
C113 DA204K

C237 470 35V


* TP300 C426 100P R438 C418
TU100 R102 * R991 1k 100
R921 R922 D961 R225 R230 R234 C201 JW020

BUFFER
R928 L962 :CHIP 16V

AUDIO(R)R387 #
* R101 L923 # # 15K * R446

Q962
# C972 # 1.5K 470K # VIDEO IN 2

R385 #
#

R384 #
R386 #
R106 L101 R130 # R203 47K

470K:CHIP
* Q101 # R984 R437

R388 #
SWF100 #

#
* * R111 R112 R926 AMP Q202 * 4 3 2 1

PWM /NC
# R204 R436
U/ V/SCL

33V /30V
*

R932
Q407

SYSTEM
L/H /SDA
#

I F2/ NC
C203 J401

AFT / 5V
* SAWF # 2SK208GR-TE85L

R244
*
TU / NC

+B / NC
* L921 L922 C922 R223 3.3K 2.2 MSD601-RT1 75 3P
/ ENA

#
TUNER AMPLIFIER # # Q961 C304 # SPACE SOUND
AGC

R108 C116 #

GND
R114 R207 C241

OUT

OUT
I F1
R104 Q922 S D201 MIXER

R227
Q923 R962

IN
150p

AUDIO(L)
C110 #
C111 * 0.0047 # # R205 * * IC203 R211 IC402 C414 AUDIO IN 2 L
* * B:CHIP * C924 # CH:CHIP 22K # R427 MC4558CD 0.1 R433 R432

#
# B AN5276 R210 220

C115 *
EQUALIZER R924 AMP C207 L400 1.2k (MONO)

9V
R103 R129 # AMP R966 R224 F:CHIP 56k :CHIP 1M

STAND- BY
1 2 3 4 5 AUDIO AMP 220

R113
R246 # C204 1000
R135 *

C100 R134 * 33 22 Q102 D100 R927 R925 # R936 # C962 # R245 Q203 47UH :CHIP 16V :CHIP
R923 C209

R248 68K
C104 R968 # C234 MSD601-RT1 25V C411

*
#

NC/ VOL
0.001 :CHIP :CHIP * * C923 # # # 9V # C200 * R429 R431 56K

OUT R
# # 0.47 1000 C435 *

OUT L
B:CHIP * IF 5 6 7 8 AUDIO IN 2 R

R IN

L IN
*

MUTE
AMPLIFIER C233 10V SPACE R201 25V C210 220 10k

GND

GND
VCC
R977

C238 5MM

C208
D964 # CORING
R107 L103 * JR100 * :CHIP

C112 #
22

NC
16V R445 C410 R435

25V
RF
R983 # R986 R988 R929

2.2
L102 * # R229 SOUND R200 C425
D963 # R426

VM MUTE
39.5MHZ TRAp
* * R126 R980 Q924 R228 1.5K 3.3K 25V 47k :CHIP 1.0M
FB100 33V # # # # C412 100P 100
1k

Q956
CN101 CT131 * # # # 0 :CHIP C401 # 22
R954 JR900 C205 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 Q406 16V
:CHIP

R449 #
1.1UH R109 G CH:CHIP
B Q103

#
CT139
Q208

R212 1k:CHIP
D966 25V VIDEO IN 1

0.47
# C105 Q104 CORING Q964 AMP

C211
FILTER IC101 * * * # # R231 R235 R202 R206 2.2 63V MUTE
GND 1 NOISE
C102 * O I * IF # # Q966 DTC144EKA C236
1K 470K 22K C213 R430 R428 MSD601-RT1 R425
470 C409 75

R238 #
* G SWITCH C971 # 1 * 0.01 25V B:CHIP D401 3.9k MIXER
C117 C206
Q100 R105 *
SWITCH # R970 AMP C951 C976 AMP R931 C202 R247 R240 1SS355TE R434 :CHIP :CHIP D407 0.1 :CHIP

C243
* # # JR210 100 1k UDZSTE-179.1B F:CHIP R424
C130 # R249 C235 * # 15k :CHIP :CHIP

#
C103 MSD601-RT1 R978 R989 R930 # # 0 :CHIP AUDIO IN 1 L
* 1K # R208 R209 R241 R401 PROTECT 16V 56k :CHIP

MSB709-RT1
0.1 BUFFER # R981 R953 R951 D965 R987 # C977 R C242 15k :CHIP 1k
F:CHIP R125 C980 JR209 * 10K C212 C400 :CHIP R423 R440 (MONO)
C108 # C974 # # # 10K R243

AUDI O VCC
# # # 9V #

AC MUTE
9V

Q400
16V R128 1000 16V 22k # 1000P 25V10k :CHIP 220 39k C408 R422 1M
33V 3W 16V D410 :CHIP * :CHIP

R214 0
100 9V 56K

:CHIP
2SA1162- YG
:CHIP Q105 :RS C239 R400 # D406 AUDIO IN 1 R
C101 L100 C121 JR213 R242 0 UDZSTE-179.1B
# Q205 11V
100p MSD601-RT1

Q204
C106 # R419 R443
E1 10 0.0047 R117CH:CHIP VC AMP R124 C129 VIF/YC/J D300 UN2211 10k :CHIP C402 R421
R420 PROTECT R4171.0M

GND
:FLR50 22k 0.01 C128 R133 IF JW(5MM) :CHIP 39K 1k J400
GND 1 22k 25V # 1k 68
R100 B:CHIP C107 C109 :CHIP B:CHIP 22 4.7 R418:CHIP D405
:CHIP
6P
1k 0.0047 :CHIP R123 D400 :CHIP NNCD9.1A-T1

22k :CHIP
470 * D103 :FPRD AUDIO(R) R415 100 VIDEO
:CHIP B:CHIP 1SS355TE-17 10k R414 D404
16V UPC5747J IF 11V D202 :CHIP C407 R413 MONITOR

R119
1SS355TE-17 :CHIP 1k UDZSTE-179.1B R412 220 470k R411
R118 R121 C125 R132 # :CHIP
E2 R115 C127 AUDIO(L) Q405 1k 16V :CHIP 1k OUT
* 470 * * * R131 # Q313 D203 C406 :CHIP :CHIP
GND 1 :CHIP C311 1 10V MSB709-RT1 AUDIO L
* * 1SS355TE-17 AUDIO
C124 R127 # JACK IC403 # C428 F:CHIP C405 1 R409

JR205 0 :CHIP
C122 C131 SWITCH (MONO)

JR214 0 :CHIP
C118 C119 * C126 VIF/YC/J # R403 D403 470k
D101 10p 2200p Q308 L309 R416 R410 R404
C # * L306 SW TVL UDZSTE-179.1B :CHIP

6
# CH:CHIP B:CHIP D318 10k 100 10K 1K
# B * * * C404 1 R408 1K
C308 1SS355TE-17 C427 :CHIP :CHIP R402 AUDIO R
R120 R122 Q300 # C403
D102 * * L304 R313 * JR300 Q404 1 10V 100 :CHIP D402 R407
* C310 OUT GND

5
MICON # L302 Q304 * * C309 * # CF365 MSB709-RT1 NNCD9.1A 1K
R059 BUFFER Q310 * C429
* * *
GND 1 220 R116 Q106 R317 * # R405 R406 JR400
C120 VCC L

4
CN003 :CHIP # * * L307 10K Q403 470K 0 :CHIP
4P B INT 2 R060 # D104 R308 * R310 MSD709-RT1 Q402
VC AMP DA204K R301 * * Q312
S:MINI B DAT 3 220 :CHIP G * CT365 L308 * R218 UN2216
PROTECT * * CF360 AUDIO 2.7K
B CLK 4 R302 * R216
* R304 Q305 Q320 Q401

C222 0.018 16V


R319 R323 5.6KC218

C231 2.2 6.3V


R061 * *

C232 2.2 6.3V


FOR JIG CT360 * * UN2211 JR204 # UN2216
220 L305 R314 * *
:CHIP R * CF355

C224 1
R 1 C300 Q303 * * C216

C225 1
G 2 G Q301 * * * IC400
R R321 C230 C240
B R007 * C215 2.2 2.2 JR215 #
B 3 CT355 * # # C421
R307 * *

1SS355TE-17
CN001 BLK 4.7k BUFFER C301 * 6.3V 6.3V #
BLK 4 K1 R311 9V SW TVL

6
:CHIP D301 CF345
# * Q307 R318 R325 R326

D327
R300 R306 * R320 * # 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 C430
* # C419 R447
B:CHIP

GND 5 220 :CHIP Q306 * # (F4.5C)


C001
470p

R315 *
#

M OUT( R)
#

TVR
R008

TVL
SDA R/G/B

B I N( R)
B OUT( R)
L300

IN R

MON L CREF
M I N( R)

MON R SCL
IN L

L2
L1

R1
B I N( L )
SDA 6 C305 OUT GND

5
4.7k *

JR301#
K2 * L301 C370
D SCL 7 SCL :CHIP R062 *
*
L303
*
100 * IC201 JR202 C422

M OUT( L )
B OUT( L )
D319 1SS355TE-17 16V # #

M I N( L )
C002 R063 * Q309 Q311 TDA7438D013TR D408 #

TRE( L )
TRE( R)
C302 VCC L

4
R OUT
FOR TEXT R303 R309 #

L OUT
470p 5V D320 1SS355TE-17 C306 R316 * Q321 AUDIO PROCESSOR
*

SDA
R322 #

GND
GND

JR206 #
B:CHIP # * 0.0047 180 R324

9V

JR203 #
*

R2
GND 1 Q302 C303 D321 1SS355TE-17 B:CHIP :CHIP #
CT345 IC401 #
VP 2 # R305 * * D326 # 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28
SW TVR

6
C214 0.1 16V

C219 0.018 16V


BUFFER 680 R394 *

R219 100
R220 100
HP 3 C229 2.2 C423
:CHIP R215 C420 R448
CN002 R312 220 :CHIP 5.6K C217 # #
# GND 4 0.022 #
OUT GND

5
C221*
GND 5 16V
VIDEO
R217 C223 C228 JR207
VIDEO 6 R/G/B * C226 2.2 # D409 # C424 #

R
2.7K

B
BLK
VCC R

4
7.5V 7 4.7 C227
R001 R003 47 11V
SCL

8.2k :CHIP 2.7k :CHIP 16V


S DA

FOR TEXT C307

VI DEO I N
R074 #
R006 1k 5V R521 R522 R525 #

RD2.2ES-B2
DETECTION
R073

Y OUT

C OUT
560 :CHIP # #
22k

R351 #
D306
:CHIP CM301 5 6 7 8

GND
R330 0 :CHIP
:CHIP Q316 C521

100 :CHIP

9V
R331 0 :CHIP
#

VIDEO
S001 S003 S006 #

R333
VOL+ CH- CH+ # C328 R353 R355 R221

E CN520

1SS355TE
JW220 0.22 R338 1 2 3 4 5 820K JR303 3.3K 100 D521 IC520

D307
VOL + CH - CH + 7.5V 12.5MM C061 F:CHIP # R342 R343 # #
Q005 0.0022 0 # # Q201 #
R004 R005 D304 HZS361-TE 16V :CHIP MSD601 D520 R523
R002 UN2213 B:CHIP R341 C338 # #
2.7k 560

R332 0 :CHIP
8.2k :CHIP # #
:CHIP :CHIP Q317 Q318 R222 3 NS+
JR211 Q314 C322 D331 # R354 MSD601 R520 4 3 2 1
R524

D333 *
# # R346 2.2K R528 # 2 NC
NICAM D302 * * C333 R344 820K R356 # #
ST/BY # L310 C331 # # # R349 3.3K 1 NS-
RESPONSE SWITCH * # R527
C336 #
S002 S004 S005 D303 C334 R393 Q520 C520 R526 #
SEL TV/VIDEO VOL- # D305 # R347 # # #
1SS355TE # # 0 :CHIP

IF
SEL TV/VIDEO VOL - R034 R033 D332 *
10k 10k :CHIP L311
C025 R057 R R340 #
:CHIP C015 2.2 6.3V F:CHIP R051 100 B R R327 G 0.01 FBT
0.001 L001 10k 1K B D308 F:CHIP
5V
C005 C007 :CHIP :CHIP R390 1SS355TE 1 200V
B:CHIP G :CHIP 47K R350
0.001 0.001 B/G VDD :FLR50 C055 C342 2 NC
64 63 62 61 60 59 58 57 56 55 54 53 52 51 50 49 48 47 46 45 44 43 42 41 40 39 38 37 36 35 34 33

390
1

B:CHIP IC001 C053 :CHIP R339 R345


R054 4.7k :CHIP
R049 4.7k :CHIP

B:CHIP 220p *
R048 4.7k :CHIP

R052 4.7k :CHIP

D/K NC 470 10V C315 C380 270 100 3 GND

47K :CHIP
D323 D322
2

R021 * * B:CHIP 2.2 :CHIP T503

C340 #
C040 #

10k :CHIP D328 #


C032 UDZSTE-179.1B # :CHIP UDZSTE-179.1B IC551

R335 100 :CHIP


R064 I SYSTEM GND NX-4450//M 4 NC

C319 0.1F:CHIP 16V


C320 0.1F:CHIP 16V
3

0.0015 JR002 C337

CH:CHIP

C330 0.1 F:CHIP

D330 # 100 :CHIP


Q315 AN5522

C341
IF

UDZSTE-179.1B
C014 CONTROLLER B:CHIP * JW005 * 0.1

0. 1 F:CHIP
1.0K M MP 5 H1

F
V-OUT

0.1 F:CHIP 16V

R348
R058

R329 560 16V


4

MSD601-RT1

C332 100 16V


0.001 B:CHIP F:CHIP

16V
C060

#
R037 * C316

C323 100p
C052 100

C327

VSS( - 1 3 V )
:CHIP C058

C317 0 :CHIP
S.SOUND SW U/V # 1 HV

VCC( + 1 3 V )
* C321 C335 16V

100 :CHIP
CN500

C318
5

220p B:CHIP C026 * 470 :CHIP

REF - VOL T
R010

D309

VCC( OUT)
R009 C004 C027 * 4.7

F. B- PL S
R076 # 47 5P

100:CHIP
330 R065 1K AUDIO SW L/H 10V

DRV- I N
R334
6

0.001

OUT PUT
330 R071 * R352 WHT

R337
16V

R336
GREEN B:CHIP C062 # R068 # C059 C313 R328 C329

D329 #
:CHIP :CHIP GREEN LED VOLUME # 4 :S-MICRO
7

R066 R038 * R075 # 8 7 6 5 # 100 0.1 C339


RED 1k :CHIP R022 1K R070 # # F:CHIP 16V *
Q002 RED LED PIC ROT :CHIP
8

C314
TO C BOARD
DAT

C057 220p B:CHIP C008 #


CLK

UN2213 AGC II CLK0


C035 0.001 B:CHIP R069 10.0MM C312 28 27 26 25 24 23 22 21 20 19 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 2
9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32

RED C009
#
MUTE 12p CN701
0.001 B:CHIP C028 100p CH:CHIP

VCO R FI L.
C IN1

DECOUPLING

VCOR FI L.
CVBSI N EXT

CVBS-IN I NT

MAIN SUPPLY
SECAM DEC

SCL

PLL I F DEC
LUMA IN 1
IK

SDA

IF V OUT

S IF IN
GIN

G OUT

GND PHI1 FI L

EXT S I N
B I N R- Y I N

R OUT
RIN

AUDIO OUT
ABL4. 43/ 3. 58

B OUT

0.47 :MPS
CVBS SWOUT
VM MUTE II CLK1

LUMA I N

I N SW
CH:CHIP

LUMA OUT
R014

TU AGC OUT
R016 IC003

SECAM OUT

EAST-WEST

C552
VERT.

VERT. REF

DEC SOUND
C029 100p CH:CHIP 1C301 * C555

EHT/ X- RAY
2.2k :CHIP

SSCP/FBT

VERT. NEG
VERT. POS
O SPMUTE II DAT0 M24C08-BN6(A) 3

PHI 2 FI L
220 C556

B-Y OUT

HOR.OUT
Y/C JUNGLE

R-Y OUT

DIGIDEC
C010 100p CH:CHIP

AGC FI L
330 :CHIP C030 100p CH:CHIP C056

PLL FI L
Q001

DEEMP
B- Y I N
BLK II DAT1 35V 0.1 200V

IF IN

IF IN
UN2213 GREEN R039 100P

SAW
R017 1k :CHIP 1 2 3 4

3. 58

VCC
R015 100 :CHIP 16V

GND
C011 YS 560 :CHIP C042 100p CH:CHIP :CHIP 6

V.DRIVE
MUTE R018

GP08D
D552
100p CH:CHIP 2.2k :CHIP C043 100p CH:CHIP
SECAM TRAP R 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56

0.0022B:CHIP
R364 15k :CHIP
TIMER R011 C006 0.001 B:CHIP R040 # C031 100p CH:CHIP

0.1 :MPS
R557

R357 150k : CHIP C347100 16V


R365 C357

R362 27k :CHIP R361 220 :CHIP


0 R019 2.2k :CHIP B-INT G R358 5

X301 4. 43MHz
R042 1.5K

0. 01 25V