HITACHI

2003 Auto Digital Convergence Pocket Manual

Home Electronics Division

Sears version 1.0.1

CONTENTS
Introduction Equipment Requirements Screen Overlay Jigs Chassis/Model Cross Reference Remote Control Configurations Service Solutions Magic Focus Operation Touch-Up Alignment Complete Alignment DCU Error Code Table 2H Model Procedures 1 4 5 7 10 59 61 62 73 95 96

INTRODUCTION
Getting Started with Digital Convergence
This handbook is designed to provide a simplified, step-bystep approach towards understanding the principles, troubleshooting, and adjusting of the Hitachi Digital Convergence System. The handbook covers, in detail, the convergence procedures for all Hitachi Projection Televisions using the Digital Convergence System, including the newer 2H models. Some of these new models require the technician to perform the convergence adjustments in two completely separate modes, due to the TV having two separate horizontal scanning frequencies.
INTRODUCTION

Digital Convergence Correction - History
Since 1991, Hitachi has manufactured Projection Television products that use data stored in an EEPROM as convergence correction data. The correction data is converted to analog parabolic and sawtooth waveforms and sent to the respective output devices. The first Hitachi model to use this system was the 60SX1B/K.
C orrection Am plifiers C onvergence Yokes

D /A

EEPRO M Adjustm ent Point D ata

Service Technician

A/D D igital C onvergence U nit (D C U )

Interface

C ustom er

The Digital Convergence adjustment process began by shorting two internal test points to set the unit to the Digital Convergence Adjustment Mode (DCAM). From the DCAM, or service mode, the necessary adjustments were made to correct the convergence errors.

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INTRODUCTION
The remote control was used to adjust the position of an internally generated crosshatch pattern for each CRT. While in the DCAM/service mode, a number of buttons on the remote control are allocated specifically for convergence adjustments, and no longer operate the functions indicated on their button. Adjustments of the crosshatch pattern must be matched to a precision reference overlay attached to the front of the screen. The reference overlay is considered to be a necessary service jig. The lines printed on the overlay are used as a reference for setting up the Green CRT convergence. Once the Green CRT has been completed, the Red and Blue can then be converged using Green as the reference. When the convergence adjustments have been completed, the Digital Convergence adjustment data is stored in the EEPROM. The data is then converted to analog R(V), R(H), G(V), G(H), B(V), B(H) correction waveforms and applied to the output convergence drivers and amplifiers for each CRT’s convergence yoke.
INTRODUCTION

Digital Convergence Correction - Present
Since the 60SX1B/K, significant improvements have been made to the Digital Convergence System. The customer can now push a single button to automatically readjust the convergence in case of convergence drift caused by the position of the set relative to the earth’s magnetic field. The new Automatic Digital Convergence feature is called “MAGIC FOCUS”, and provides both static and dynamic convergence correction with superior results.

Magic Focus
Automatic Digital Convergence (Magic Focus), normally uses eight light sensors located on the inner side of the screen frame perimeter. During the Magic Focus procedure, light patterns are internally generated and read by the sensors. The results are transferred to the Digital Convergence Unit (DCU), and are used to calculate the correction required to return the product to the original ‘memorized’ convergence parameters.

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INTRODUCTION
Set-up for the Automatic Digital Convergence System uses the same service principles as the non-Automatic Digital Convergence System: 1) 2) 3) 4) 5) Initiate the service mode (DCAM) Make convergence corrections with remote control Store the updated correction data in the EEPROM Initialize the Magic Focus sensor data positions Exit the service mode
INTRODUCTION

The primary difference between the Automatic (Magic Focus) and non-Automatic (non-Magic Focus) Digital Convergence procedures is that there is an additional step required to ensure that the Magic Focus feature will operate correctly. This step uses the sensors and pattern data together to calculate the convergence correction data for storage in the EEPROM as permanent reference data for Magic Focus. If this step is bypassed, the Magic Focus feature will not operate, although the convergence correction procedures will have been properly set up.

Conclusion
Included in this handbook is all the information required to perform the Automatic Digital Convergence correction adjustments in the customer’s home. The flowcharts, troubleshooting, and adjusting procedures are specifically designed for in-home use.

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EQUIPMENT REQUIREMENTS
The following equipment and jigs are extremely important for completing the precise convergence adjustments required for the Automatic Digital Convergence System. If the DCU (Digital Convergence Unit) is replaced, a complete alignment is necessary. This includes the usage of the screen overlay or jig. WARNING If the screen overlay is not used during the setup procedure of the green crosshatch, noticeable linearity problems will occur, as well as probable error code generation during the Magic Focus sensor data initialization process.

NTSC GENERATOR
The external NTSC generator must be capable of providing a single cross NTSC pattern. This is used to establish the magnetic centering for each CRT.

Single Cross Signal

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EQUIPMENT REQUIREMENTS

SCREEN OVERLAY
SCREEN OVERLAY (JIG) Required for convergence alignments. See page 6 for installation procedure.
Red Horizontal Offset Blue Horizontal Offset

SCREEN OVERLAY
Vertical Size m arks

Horizontal Size m arks

R

B

Shown above is an example of the screen overlay (jig).

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SCREEN OVERLAY
SCREEN OVERLAY INSTALLATION Must be used during a complete alignment

Spaced Equally

R

B

Place the transparent Screen Overlay geometrically on the PTV screen, making sure the outside lines on the overlay are an equal distance from the inside edges of the frame on all four sides.

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SCREEN OVERLAY

CHASSIS/MODEL CROSS REFERENCE
Including Remotes and Overlay part numbers

1H MODELS
CHASSIS
AP53
CROSS REFERENCE

MODEL
46UX20B 46UX21K 50UX22B 50UX23K 60SX10B 60SX11K 60SX10BA 60SX11KA 46UX20BA 46UX21KA 50UX22BA 50UX23KA 50FX18B 50FX19K 50FX30B 55FX20B 60FX32B 50FX48B 46UX24B 46UX25K 50UX26B 50UX27K 60SX12B 60SX13K 46UX50B 46UX51K 50UX52B 50UX53K 60UX54B 60UX55K 50SBX70B 60SBX72B 70SBX74B

REMOTE
CLU-951MP CLU-951MP CLU-951MP CLU-951MP CLU-951MP CLU-951MP CLU-951MP CLU-951MP CLU-951MP CLU-951MP CLU-951MP CLU-951MP CLU-417UI CLU-417UI CLU-434VP CLU-417UI CLU-951MP CLU-417UI CLU-952MP CLU-952MP CLU-952MP CLU-952MP CLU-952MP CLU-952MP CLU-612MP CLU-612MP CLU-612MP CLU-612MP CLU-612MP CLU-612MP CLU-612MP CLU-612MP CLU-612MP

OVERLAY
H310353 H310353 H310354 H310354 H310355 H310355 H310355 H310355 H310353 H310353 H310354 H310354 H310354 H310354 H310354 H310356 H310355 H310354 H310353 H310353 H310354 H310354 H310355 H310355 H310353 H310353 H310354 H310354 H310355 H310355 H310354 H310355 H310357

AP53D AP53DP

AP53P

AP62

AP62P AP63

AP63B

AP73

AP74

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CHASSIS/MODEL CROSS REFERENCE
Including Remotes and Overlay part numbers

1H MODELS
CHASSIS
AP82 AP83 AP83P AP83R AP84 AP92 AP92R

MODEL
55FX48B 50UX58B/K 55UX58BA 60UX58B/K 55UX58B 50UX57B 60UX57B 50SBX78B 60SBX78B 50GX49B 46FX01B 46GX01B 50GX10B 50GX20B 50GX10BA 50GX20BA 46GX01BA 53SBX59B 61SBX59B 53SBX01B 61SBX01B 43GX01B 50DX10B 50DX20B 50FX20B 60DX10B 60DX20B 60FX20B 43GX10B 50GX30B 50GX30BA 53SBX10B

REMOTE
CLU-431UI CLU-612MP CLU-612MP CLU-612MP CLU-612MP CLU-615MP CLU-615MP CLU-613MP CLU-613MP CLU-435U CLU-436UI CLU-436UI CLU-436UI CLU-436UI CLU-436UI CLU-436UI CLU-436UI CLU-615MP CLU-615MP CLU-573TSI CLU-573TSI CLU-573TSI CLU-4311UG CLU-4311UG CLU-4311UG CLU-4311UG CLU-4311UG CLU-4311UG CLU-4311UG CLU-4311UG CLU-4311UG CLU-5714TSI

OVERLAY
H310356 H310354 H310356 H310355 H310356 H310354 H310355 H310354 H310355 H310354 H310353 H310353 H310354 H310354 H310354 H310354 H310353 H310359 H310358 H310359 H310358 H312222 H310354 H310354 H310354 H310355 H310355 H310355 H312222 H310354 H310354 H310359

AP92R/S AP93 AP93R AP02

HP11

HP12 HP13

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CROSS REFERENCE

CHASSIS/MODEL CROSS REFERENCE
Including Remotes and Overlay part numbers
2H MODELS
CHASSIS MODEL REMOTE OVERLAY 1 OVERLAY 2

DP85 DP86 DP86V
CROSS REFERENCE

DP05 DP05F DP06 DP07

DP14G

DP15 DP15E DP15H DP15K

DP17

DP23

DP23G DP23K DP24 DP26 DP27 DP27D

61HDX98B 53SDX89B 60SDX88B 53SDX89BA 60SDX88BA 53FDX01B 43FDX01B 53SDX01B 61SDX01B 53SWX01W 61SWX01W 43UWX10B 53UWX10B 53UWX10BA 61UWX10B 61UWX10BA 53UDX10B 53UDX10BA 61UDX10B 43FDX10B 43FDX11B 53FDX20B 43FDX15B 43FDX20B 53SWX10B 53SWX12B 61SWX10B 61SWX12B 51UWX20B 57UWX20B 51/57F500 51/57G500 51GWX20B 57GWX20B 46F500 43FWX20B 57XWX20B 65XWX20B 51SWX20B 57SWX20B 65SWX20B 57TWX20B 65TWX20B

CLU-614MP H312182A H312183A CLU-615MP H310359 H312184 CLU-612MP H310355 H312181A CLU-615MP H310359 H312184 CLU-615MP H310355 H312181A CLU-575TSI H312223 H312224 CLU-575TSI H312225 H312226 CLU-572TSI H312223 H312224 CLU-572TSI H310355 H312181A CLU-575TSI H312241 H312242 CLU-575TSI H312243 H312244 CLU-5713TSI H312259 CLU-5711TSI H312257 CLU-5711TSI H312257 CLU-5711TSI H312258 CLU-5711TSI H312258 CLU-5713TSI H312253 H312254 CLU-5713TSI H312253 H312254 CLU-5713TSI H312255 H312256 CLU-5713TSI H312251 H312252 CLU-5713TSI H312251 H312252 CLU-4322UG H312253 H312254 CLU-4322UG H312251 H312252 CLU-4322UG H312251 H312252 CLU-5713TSI H312257 CLU-5713TSI H312257 CLU-5713TSI H312258 CLU-5713TSI H312258 CLU-4321UG H312272 CLU-4321UG H312273 CLU-4321UG H312273 CLU-4321UG H312273 CLU-4321UG H312272 CLU-4321UG H312273 CLU-4321UG H312275 CLU-4321UG H312271 CLU-5721TSI H312273 CLU-5721TSI H312274 CLU-5722TSI H312272 CLU-5722TSI H312273 CLU-5722TSI H312274 CLU-5722TSI H312273 CLU-5722TSI H312274

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REMOTE CONFIGURATIONS

Remote CLU-951MP CLU-952MP CLU-417UI CLU-431UI CLU-434VP CLU-435U CLU-436UI CLU-612MP CLU-613MP CLU-614MP CLU-615MP CLU-617MP CLU-572TSI CLU-573TSI CLU-575TSI CLU-5711TSI CLU-5712TSI CLU-5713TSI CLU-5714TSI CLU-5721TSI CLU-5722TSI CLU-4311UG CLU-4321UG CLU-4322UG

Page 11 13 15 17 19 21 23 25 27 29 31 33 35 37 39 41 43 45 47 49 51 53 55 57

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REMOTES

REMOTE CONFIGURATIONS CLU-951MP

TV

POW ER CABLE V C R /A U D IO

RO M Read
1

2

Calculate
3

P IP
4

SWAP

S H IFT
5

RO M W rite

Centering

REMOTES

P hase A djust
6

SRD

AI

FR Z

Initialize

AN T

CBL

CBL

T V /C A B L E

Rem ove Color
7
M ENU

VCR A U D IO

C rosshatch V ideo

9
ENTER

8

VOL L S T -C H

CH

C orrection B uttons
M UTE

1

2
10

3

C ursor P osition B uttons

4

5

6

7
AVX

8

9
RECALL

B LU E 13 x 9 RE D 7x5

0
11 12 13

GR EE N 3x3

H ITAC H I
C LU -951M P

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REMOTE CONFIGURATIONS CLU-951MP
Button Explanations 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Read From ROM - Reads the stored EEPROM data current working RAM. (PRESS 2X) Write to ROM - Stores current convergence data in working RAM to the EEPROM (PRESS 2X) Phase Adjust - Mode used for matching positions of the cursor and adjustment point for matching phase. Calculate - Performs interpolation between adjustment points for a total of 255 data locations. Centering - Turns on the static raster centering mode for matching the internal crosshatch to the external video center. Initialize - Develops the reference data for Magic Focus using the 8 sensors and light pattern sampling data. (PRESS SHIFT, ANT) Color Display Mode (Remove Color) - Used to toggle between all colors (white) and either Green only, Red + Green (yellow), or Blue + Green (cyan). Use of this button is in conjunction with the AVX, 0, and RECALL buttons. Correction Buttons - Used to adjust the horizontal and vertical position of the adjustment point. The blinking crosshatch intersection identifies the selected adjustment point. Crosshatch/Video Mode - When pressed five times, this button will toggle between the normal input video and the internally generated convergence crosshatch pattern. Cursor Position Buttons - Moves the adjustment point of the internal crosshatch pattern line intersections. (2 = up, 4 = left, 5 = down, 6 = right) Blue / 13 x 9 - When used with the MENU button, will display green and blue. When pressed 5 times, will enable 13 x 9 mode. Red / 7 x 5 - When used with the MENU button, will display green and red. When pressed 5 times, will enable 7 x 5 mode. Green Only / 3 x 3 - When used with the MENU button, will display green only. When pressed 5 times, will enable 3 x 3 mode, if RAM was cleared.

6.

7.

8.

9.

10.

11.

12.

13.

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REMOTES

REMOTE CONFIGURATIONS CLU-952MP

TV

POW ER C AB LE V C R /A U D IO

ROM Read
1

2

Initialize

P IP
6
HOM E TH EATER

SW AP

MOVE
5

ROM W rite

REMOTES
Rem ove Color BLUE 13 x 9 RE D 7x5

Centering

P IP C H

FR Z

C A B LE

H E LP

T V /C A B L E

T V /C A B L E VCR A U D IO

GRE EN 3x3

7
M EN U

CS 13

8

E X IT RECALL

VOL L S T -C H

CH

C orrection B uttons
M UTE

1

2
10

3

C ursor P osition B uttons

4

5

6

7
IN P U T

8

9
SLEEP

0
11 12

H ITAC H I
C LU -952M P

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REMOTE CONFIGURATIONS CLU-952MP
Button Explanations 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Read From ROM - Reads the stored EEPROM data current working RAM. (PRESS 2X) Write to ROM - Stores current convergence data in working RAM to the EEPROM (PRESS 2X) Phase Adjust - Not Available Calculate - Not Available Centering - Turns on the static raster centering mode for matching the internal crosshatch to the external video center. Initialize - Develops the reference data for Magic Focus using the 8 sensors and light pattern sampling data. (PRESS MOVE, PIP CH) Color Display Mode (Remove Color) - Used to toggle between all colors (white) and either Green only, Red + Green (yellow), or Blue + Green (cyan). Use of this button is in conjunction with the INPUT, 0, and RECALL buttons. Correction Buttons - Used to adjust the horizontal and vertical position of the adjustment point. The blinking crosshatch intersection identifies the selected adjustment point. Crosshatch/Video Mode - Not Available Cursor Position Buttons - Moves the adjustment point of the internal crosshatch pattern line intersections. (2 = up, 4 = left, 5 = down, 6 = right) Blue / 13 x 9 - When used with the MENU button, will display green and blue. When pressed 5 times, will enable 13 x 9 mode. Red / 7 x 5 - When used with the MENU button, will display green and red. When pressed 5 times, will enable 7 x 5 mode. Green Only / 3 x 3 - When used with the MENU button, will display green only. When pressed 5 times, will enable 3 x 3 mode, if RAM was cleared.

6.

7.

8.

9. 10.

11.

12. 13.

Note: It is not possible to adjust items 3, 4, and 9 using this remote.

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REMOTES

REMOTE CONFIGURATIONS CLU-417UI

POW ER

TV H E LP

C AB LE P IP C H S W AP M O V E
1 2

VCR TV /V C R FR Z
5

REMOTES

P IP

C entering

R OM R ead
REC S TO P P AU S E

R OM W rite GR E EN 3x3
7
M ENU CS 13

R em ove C olor

8

E X IT RECALL

VOL L S T -C H

CH

C orrection B uttons
M UTE

1

2
10

3

C ursor P osition B uttons

4

5

6

7
IN P U T

8

9
SLEEP

B LUE 13 x 9

0
11 12

R ED 7x5

H ITAC H I
C LU -417U I

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REMOTE CONFIGURATIONS CLU-417UI
Button Explanations 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Read From ROM - Reads the stored EEPROM data current working RAM. (PRESS 2X) Write to ROM - Stores current convergence data in working RAM to the EEPROM (PRESS 2X) Phase Adjust - Not Available Calculate - Not Available Centering - Turns on the static raster centering mode for matching the internal crosshatch to the external video center. Initialize - Not Available Color Display Mode (Remove Color) - Used to toggle between all colors (white) and either Green only, Red + Green (yellow), or Blue + Green (cyan). Use of this button is in conjunction with the INPUT, 0, and RECALL buttons. Correction Buttons - Used to adjust the horizontal and vertical position of the adjustment point. The blinking crosshatch intersection identifies the selected adjustment point. Crosshatch/Video Mode - Not Available Cursor Position Buttons - Moves the adjustment point of the internal crosshatch pattern line intersections. (2 = up, 4 = left, 5 = down, 6 = right) Blue / 13 x 9 - When used with the MENU button, will display green and blue. When pressed 5 times, will enable 13 x 9 mode. Red / 7 x 5 - When used with the MENU button, will display green and red. When pressed 5 times, will enable 7 x 5 mode. Green Only / 3 x 3 - When used with the MENU button, will display green only. When pressed 5 times, will enable 3 x 3 mode, if RAM was cleared.

6. 7.

8.

9. 10.

11.

12. 13.

Note: It is not possible to adjust items 3, 4, 6, and 9 using this remote.

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REMOTES

REMOTE CONFIGURATIONS CLU-431UI

POW ER

TV H E LP
3

C A B LE P IP C H SWAP M OVE
1 2

VCR TV /V C R FR Z
5

REMOTES

P IP

P hase A djust RO M Read
REC

Centering

RO M W rite
S TO P
L S T -C H

P AU S E

Rem ove Color
VOL

M UTE

CH
9
E X IT

GR EE N 3x3

RECALL

C .S .

C rosshatch V ideo

7 13
FAV CH

M ENU

FAV CH

8

C orrection B uttons

1

2
10

3

C ursor P osition B uttons

4

5

6

7
IN P U T

8

9
SLEEP

B LU E 13 x 9 RE D 7x5

0
11 12

H ITAC H I
C LU -431U I

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REMOTE CONFIGURATIONS CLU-431UI
Button Explanations 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Read From ROM - Reads the stored EEPROM data current working RAM. (PRESS 2X) Write to ROM - Stores current convergence data in working RAM to the EEPROM (PRESS 2X) Phase Adjust - Mode used for matching positions of the cursor and adjustment point for matching phase. Calculate - Not Available Centering - Turns on the static raster centering mode for matching the internal crosshatch to the external video center. Initialize - Not Available Color Display Mode (Remove Color) - Used to toggle between all colors (white) and either Green only, Red + Green (yellow), or Blue + Green (cyan). Use of this button is in conjunction with the INPUT, 0, and RECALL buttons. Correction Buttons - Used to adjust the horizontal and vertical position of the adjustment point. The blinking crosshatch intersection identifies the selected adjustment point. Crosshatch/Video Mode - When pressed five times, this button will toggle between the normal input video and the internally generated convergence crosshatch pattern. Cursor Position Buttons - Moves the adjustment point of the internal crosshatch pattern line intersections. (2 = up, 4 = left, 5 = down, 6 = right) Blue / 13 x 9 - When used with the MENU button, will display green and blue. When pressed 5 times, will enable 13 x 9 mode. Red / 7 x 5 - When used with the MENU button, will display green and red. When pressed 5 times, will enable 7 x 5 mode. Green Only / 3 x 3 - When used with the MENU button, will display green only. When pressed 5 times, will enable 3 x 3 mode, if RAM was cleared.

6. 7.

8.

9.

10.

11.

12. 13.

Note: It is not possible to adjust items 4 and 6 using this remote.

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REMOTES

REMOTE CONFIGURATIONS CLU-434VP

T V 8:43 RO M Read

AM

C AN C E L

VCR +

R E V IE W

ENT ER

CLOCK

1

SW AP

1 4 7
AD D T IM E P IP C H

2
10

3 6 9
SE T UP T V /V C R

Centering
5

ONC E FR Z

5 8 0
12

C ursor P osition B uttons

REMOTES

D AIL Y

RO M W rite

2

M OVE

W EE KLY P IP

POW E R

TV

C AB L E

VCR

RE D 7x5

LS T-C H

M UTE

CH

VOL

IN P U T

11
SL EEP

B LU E 13 x 9

R E C AL L /C S

13

E X IT

7

M EN U

C orrection B uttons
HEL P

GR EE N 3x3
REW

P L AY

8

F .F W D

Rem ove Color

ST OP

R EC
PAU SE

L IG H

T

H ITAC H I
V C R p lu
C LU -434V P

s+

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REMOTE CONFIGURATIONS CLU-434VP
Button Explanations 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Read From ROM - Reads the stored EEPROM data current working RAM. (PRESS 2X) Write to ROM - Stores current convergence data in working RAM to the EEPROM (PRESS 2X) Phase Adjust - Not Available Calculate - Not Available Centering - Turns on the static raster centering mode for matching the internal crosshatch to the external video center. Initialize - Not Available Color Display Mode (Remove Color) - Used to toggle between all colors (white) and either Green only, Red + Green (yellow), or Blue + Green (cyan). Use of this button is in conjunction with the INPUT, 0, and RECALL buttons. Correction Buttons - Used to adjust the horizontal and vertical position of the adjustment point. The blinking crosshatch intersection identifies the selected adjustment point. Crosshatch/Video Mode - Not Available Cursor Position Buttons - Moves the adjustment point of the internal crosshatch pattern line intersections. (2 = up, 4 = left, 5 = down, 6 = right) Blue / 13 x 9 - When used with the MENU button, will display green and blue. When pressed 5 times, will enable 13 x 9 mode. Red / 7 x 5 - When used with the MENU button, will display green and red. When pressed 5 times, will enable 7 x 5 mode. Green Only / 3 x 3 - When used with the MENU button, will display green only. When pressed 5 times, will enable 3 x 3 mode, if RAM was cleared.

6. 7.

8.

9. 10.

11.

12. 13.

Note: It is not possible to adjust items 3, 4, 6, and 9 using this remote.

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REMOTES

REMOTE CONFIGURATIONS CLU-435U

POW ER

TV HE LP
3

CA BLE C.C. S W A P MO VE
1 2

V CR T V/VC R FRZ
5

REMOTES

P IP P hase A djust RO M Read RE C

Centering

RO M W rite S TOP
L S T -C H

P AUS E

Rem ove Color
VOL

M UTE

CH
9
E X IT

GR EE N 3x3

RECALL

C .S .

C rosshatch V ideo

7 13
FAV CH

M ENU

FAV CH

8

C orrection B uttons

1

2
10

3

C ursor P osition B uttons

4

5

6

7
IN P U T

8

9
SLEEP

B LU E 13 x 9 RE D 7x5

0
11 12

H ITAC H I
C LU -435U

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REMOTE CONFIGURATIONS CLU-435U
Button Explanations 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Read From ROM - Reads the stored EEPROM data current working RAM. (PRESS 2X) Write to ROM - Stores current convergence data in working RAM to the EEPROM (PRESS 2X) Phase Adjust - Mode used for matching positions of the cursor and adjustment point for matching phase. Calculate - Not Available Centering - Turns on the static raster centering mode for matching the internal crosshatch to the external video center. Initialize - Not Available Color Display Mode (Remove Color) - Used to toggle between all colors (white) and either Green only, Red + Green (yellow), or Blue + Green (cyan). Use of this button is in conjunction with the INPUT, 0, and RECALL buttons. Correction Buttons - Used to adjust the horizontal and vertical position of the adjustment point. The blinking crosshatch intersection identifies the selected adjustment point. Crosshatch/Video Mode - When pressed five times, this button will toggle between the normal input video and the internally generated convergence crosshatch pattern. Cursor Position Buttons - Moves the adjustment point of the internal crosshatch pattern line intersections. (2 = up, 4 = left, 5 = down, 6 = right) Blue / 13 x 9 - When used with the MENU button, will display green and blue. When pressed 5 times, will enable 13 x 9 mode. Red / 7 x 5 - When used with the MENU button, will display green and red. When pressed 5 times, will enable 7 x 5 mode. Green Only / 3 x 3 - When used with the MENU button, will display green only. When pressed 5 times, will enable 3 x 3 mode, if RAM was cleared.

6. 7.

8.

9.

10.

11.

12. 13.

Note: It is not possible to adjust items 4 and 6 using this remote.

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REMOTES

REMOTE CONFIGURATIONS CLU-436UI

POW ER

TV H E LP
3

C AB LE P IP C H S W AP M O V E
1 2

VCR TV /V C R FR Z
5

REMOTES

P IP

P hase A djust R OM R ead
REC

C entering

R OM W rite
S TO P P AU S E

R em ove C olor
7
M ENU CS 13

GR E EN 3x3

8

E X IT RECALL

VOL L S T -C H

CH

C orrection B uttons

M UTE

1

2
10

3

C ursor P osition B uttons

4

5

6

7
IN P U T

8

9
SLEEP

B LUE 13 x 9

0
11 12

R ED 7x5

H ITAC H I
C LU -436U I

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REMOTE CONFIGURATIONS CLU-436UI
Button Explanations 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Read From ROM - Reads the stored EEPROM data current working RAM. (PRESS 2X) Write to ROM - Stores current convergence data in working RAM to the EEPROM (PRESS 2X) Phase Adjust - Mode used for matching positions of the cursor and adjustment point for matching phase. Calculate - Not Available Centering - Turns on the static raster centering mode for matching the internal crosshatch to the external video center. Initialize - Not Available Color Display Mode (Remove Color) - Used to toggle between all colors (white) and either Green only, Red + Green (yellow), or Blue + Green (cyan). Use of this button is in conjunction with the INPUT, 0, and RECALL buttons. Correction Buttons - Used to adjust the horizontal and vertical position of the adjustment point. The blinking crosshatch intersection identifies the selected adjustment point. Crosshatch/Video Mode - Not Available Cursor Position Buttons - Moves the adjustment point of the internal crosshatch pattern line intersections. (2 = up, 4 = left, 5 = down, 6 = right) Blue / 13 x 9 - When used with the MENU button, will display green and blue. When pressed 5 times, will enable 13 x 9 mode. Red / 7 x 5 - When used with the MENU button, will display green and red. When pressed 5 times, will enable 7 x 5 mode. Green Only / 3 x 3 - When used with the MENU button, will display green only. When pressed 5 times, will enable 3 x 3 mode, if RAM was cleared.

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12. 13.

Note: It is not possible to adjust items 4, 6, and 9 using this remote.

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REMOTES

REMOTE CONFIGURATIONS CLU-612MP

POW ER

RO M Read
TV C AB L E D SS

RO M W rite

1

2
MOVE

REMOTES
Initialize P hase A djust Calculate GR EE N 3x3
13

P IP

SW AP

Centering

6
P IP C H

3
H EL P

5
FRZ

T V /C A B L E /D S S VCR L S T -C H A U D IO

VOL

M UTE

CH

IN F O G U ID E

E X IT

C rosshatch V ideo

4
RECALL
FAV CH

9
C .S .
M ENU

7

FAV CH

C orrection B uttons

8
SVCS REC SCHED SELECT

Rem ove Color

1 4 7
IN P U T

2
10

3 6 9
SLEEP

C ursor P osition B uttons

5 8 0
12

B LU E 13 x 9 RE D 7x5

11

H ITAC H I
C LU -612M P

25

REMOTE CONFIGURATIONS CLU-612MP
Button Explanations 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Read From ROM - Reads the stored EEPROM data current working RAM. (PRESS 2X) Write to ROM - Stores current convergence data in working RAM to the EEPROM (PRESS 2X) Phase Adjust - Mode used for matching positions of the cursor and adjustment point for matching phase. Calculate - Performs interpolation between adjustment points for a total of 255 data locations. Centering - Turns on the static raster centering mode for matching the internal crosshatch to the external video center. Initialize - Develops the reference data for Magic Focus using the 8 sensors and light pattern sampling data. (PRESS MOVE, PIP CH) Color Display Mode (Remove Color) - Used to toggle between all colors (white) and either Green only, Red + Green (yellow), or Blue + Green (cyan). Use of this button is in conjunction with the INPUT, 0, and RECALL buttons. Correction Buttons - Used to adjust the horizontal and vertical position of the adjustment point. The blinking crosshatch intersection identifies the selected adjustment point. Crosshatch/Video Mode - When pressed five times, this button will toggle between the normal input video and the internally generated convergence crosshatch pattern. Cursor Position Buttons - Moves the adjustment point of the internal crosshatch pattern line intersections. (2 = up, 4 = left, 5 = down, 6 = right) Blue / 13 x 9 - When used with the MENU button, will display green and blue. When pressed 5 times, will enable 13 x 9 mode. Red / 7 x 5 - When used with the MENU button, will display green and red. When pressed 5 times, will enable 7 x 5 mode. Green Only / 3 x 3 - When used with the MENU button, will display green only. When pressed 5 times, will enable 3 x 3 mode, if RAM was cleared.

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12. 13.

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REMOTES

REMOTE CONFIGURATIONS CLU-613MP

POW ER

R OM R ead
TV CABLE DSS

R OM W rite

1

2
MOVE

REMOTES
Initialize P hase A djust C alculate GR E EN 3x3
13

P IP

SW AP

C entering

6
P IP C H

3
HELP

5
FRZ

T V /C A B L E /D S S VCR L S T -C H A U D IO

VOL

M UTE

CH

IN F O G U ID E

E X IT

C rosshatch V ideo

4
RECALL
FA V CH

9
C .S .
M ENU

7

FA V CH

C orrection B uttons

8

R em ove C olor

SVCS REC

SCHED SELECT

1 4 7
IN P U T

2
10

3 6 9
SLEEP

C ursor P osition B uttons

5 8 0
12

B LUE 13 x 9

11

R ED 7x5

H ITAC H I TV l u s +
C LU -613M P
G U ID E

p

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REMOTE CONFIGURATIONS CLU-613MP
Button Explanations 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Read From ROM - Reads the stored EEPROM data current working RAM. (PRESS 2X) Write to ROM - Stores current convergence data in working RAM to the EEPROM (PRESS 2X) Phase Adjust - Mode used for matching positions of the cursor and adjustment point for matching phase. Calculate - Performs interpolation between adjustment points for a total of 255 data locations. Centering - Turns on the static raster centering mode for matching the internal crosshatch to the external video center. Initialize - Develops the reference data for Magic Focus using the 8 sensors and light pattern sampling data. (PRESS MOVE, PIP CH) Color Display Mode (Remove Color) - Used to toggle between all colors (white) and either Green only, Red + Green (yellow), or Blue + Green (cyan). Use of this button is in conjunction with the INPUT, 0, and RECALL buttons. Correction Buttons - Used to adjust the horizontal and vertical position of the adjustment point. The blinking crosshatch intersection identifies the selected adjustment point. Crosshatch/Video Mode - When pressed five times, this button will toggle between the normal input video and the internally generated convergence crosshatch pattern. Cursor Position Buttons - Moves the adjustment point of the internal crosshatch pattern line intersections. (2 = up, 4 = left, 5 = down, 6 = right) Blue / 13 x 9 - When used with the MENU button, will display green and blue. When pressed 5 times, will enable 13 x 9 mode. Red / 7 x 5 - When used with the MENU button, will display green and red. When pressed 5 times, will enable 7 x 5 mode. Green Only / 3 x 3 - When used with the MENU button, will display green only. When pressed 5 times, will enable 3 x 3 mode, if RAM was cleared.

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12. 13.

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REMOTES

REMOTE CONFIGURATIONS CLU-614MP

POW ER

RO M Read
TV C AB L E S AT

RO M W rite

1
D T V /SA T P IP

2
SW AP

REMOTES
Initialize P hase A djust Calculate GR EE N 3x3 Rem ove Color B LU E 13 x 9 RE D 7x5

Centering

6
P IP C H

3
ANT

5
MOVE

T V /C A B L E /D S S VCR L S T -C H A U D IO

VOL

M UTE

CH

IN F O G U ID E

E X IT

C rosshatch V ideo

4
USER

9
HELP
FAV CH

M ENU

13

7

FAV CH

C orrection B uttons

8
SVCS REC SCHED SELECT

1 4 7
IN P U T

2
10

3 6 9
C .S .

C ursor P osition B uttons

5 8 0
12

11

H ITAC H I
C LU -614M P

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REMOTE CONFIGURATIONS CLU-614MP
Button Explanations 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Read From ROM - Reads the stored EEPROM data current working RAM. (PRESS 2X) Write to ROM - Stores current convergence data in working RAM to the EEPROM (PRESS 2X) Phase Adjust - Mode used for matching positions of the cursor and adjustment point for matching phase. Calculate - Performs interpolation between adjustment points for a total of 255 data locations. Centering - Turns on the static raster centering mode for matching the internal crosshatch to the external video center. Initialize - Develops the reference data for Magic Focus using the 8 sensors and light pattern sampling data. (PRESS SWAP, PIP CH) Color Display Mode (Remove Color) - Used to toggle between all colors (white) and either Green only, Red + Green (yellow), or Blue + Green (cyan). Use of this button is in conjunction with the INPUT, 0, and USER buttons. Correction Buttons - Used to adjust the horizontal and vertical position of the adjustment point. The blinking crosshatch intersection identifies the selected adjustment point. Crosshatch/Video Mode - When pressed five times, this button will toggle between the normal input video and the internally generated convergence crosshatch pattern. Cursor Position Buttons - Moves the adjustment point of the internal crosshatch pattern line intersections. (2 = up, 4 = left, 5 = down, 6 = right) Blue / 13 x 9 - When used with the MENU button, will display green and blue. When pressed 5 times, will enable 13 x 9 mode. Red / 7 x 5 - When used with the MENU button, will display green and red. When pressed 5 times, will enable 7 x 5 mode. Green Only / 3 x 3 - When used with the MENU button, will display green only. When pressed 5 times, will enable 3 x 3 mode, if RAM was cleared.

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12. 13.

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REMOTES

REMOTE CONFIGURATIONS CLU-615MP

POW ER

RO M Read
TV C AB L E S AT

RO M W rite

1

2
MOVE

REMOTES
Initialize P hase A djust Calculate GR EE N 3x3
13

P IP

SW AP

Centering

6
P IP C H

3
H EL P

5
FRZ

T V /C A B L E /S A T VCR L S T -C H A U D IO

VOL

M UTE

CH

IN F O G U ID E

E X IT

C rosshatch V ideo

4
RECALL
FAV CH

9
C .S .
M ENU

7

FAV CH

C orrection B uttons

8

Rem ove Color

SVCS REC

SCHED SELECT

1 4 7
IN P U T

2
10

3 6 9
SLEEP

C ursor P osition B uttons

5 8 0
12

B LU E 13 x 9 RE D 7x5

11

H ITAC H I
C LU -615M P

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REMOTE CONFIGURATIONS CLU-615MP
Button Explanations 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Read From ROM - Reads the stored EEPROM data current working RAM. (PRESS 2X) Write to ROM - Stores current convergence data in working RAM to the EEPROM (PRESS 2X) Phase Adjust - Mode used for matching positions of the cursor and adjustment point for matching phase. Calculate - Performs interpolation between adjustment points for a total of 255 data locations. Centering - Turns on the static raster centering mode for matching the internal crosshatch to the external video center. Initialize - Develops the reference data for Magic Focus using the 8 sensors and light pattern sampling data. (PRESS MOVE, PIP CH) Color Display Mode (Remove Color) - Used to toggle between all colors (white) and either Green only, Red + Green (yellow), or Blue + Green (cyan). Use of this button is in conjunction with the INPUT, 0, and RECALL buttons. Correction Buttons - Used to adjust the horizontal and vertical position of the adjustment point. The blinking crosshatch intersection identifies the selected adjustment point. Crosshatch/Video Mode - When pressed five times, this button will toggle between the normal input video and the internally generated convergence crosshatch pattern. Cursor Position Buttons - Moves the adjustment point of the internal crosshatch pattern line intersections. (2 = up, 4 = left, 5 = down, 6 = right) Blue / 13 x 9 - When used with the MENU button, will display green and blue. When pressed 5 times, will enable 13 x 9 mode. Red / 7 x 5 - When used with the MENU button, will display green and red. When pressed 5 times, will enable 7 x 5 mode. Green Only / 3 x 3 - When used with the MENU button, will display green only. When pressed 5 times, will enable 3 x 3 mode, if RAM was cleared.

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11.

12. 13.

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REMOTES

REMOTE CONFIGURATIONS CLU-617MP

POW ER

RO M Read
TV C AB L E S AT

RO M W rite

1

2
MOVE

REMOTES
Initialize P hase A djust Calculate GR EE N 3x3
13

P IP

SW AP

Centering

6
P IP C H

3
H EL P

5
FRZ

T V /C A B L E /S A T VCR L S T -C H A U D IO

VOL

M UTE

CH

IN F O G U ID E

E X IT

C rosshatch V ideo

4
RECALL
FAV CH

9
C .S .
M ENU

7

FAV CH

C orrection B uttons

8

Rem ove Color

SVCS REC

SCHED SELECT

1 4 7
IN P U T

2
10

3 6 9
SLEEP

C ursor P osition B uttons

5 8 0
12

B LU E 13 x 9 RE D 7x5

11

H ITAC H I
C LU -617M P

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REMOTE CONFIGURATIONS CLU-617MP
Button Explanations 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Read From ROM - Reads the stored EEPROM data current working RAM. (PRESS 2X) Write to ROM - Stores current convergence data in working RAM to the EEPROM (PRESS 2X) Phase Adjust - Mode used for matching positions of the cursor and adjustment point for matching phase. Calculate - Performs interpolation between adjustment points for a total of 255 data locations. Centering - Turns on the static raster centering mode for matching the internal crosshatch to the external video center. Initialize - Develops the reference data for Magic Focus using the 8 sensors and light pattern sampling data. (PRESS MOVE, PIP CH) Color Display Mode (Remove Color) - Used to toggle between all colors (white) and either Green only, Red + Green (yellow), or Blue + Green (cyan). Use of this button is in conjunction with the INPUT, 0, and RECALL buttons. Correction Buttons - Used to adjust the horizontal and vertical position of the adjustment point. The blinking crosshatch intersection identifies the selected adjustment point. Crosshatch/Video Mode - When pressed five times, this button will toggle between the normal input video and the internally generated convergence crosshatch pattern. Cursor Position Buttons - Moves the adjustment point of the internal crosshatch pattern line intersections. (2 = up, 4 = left, 5 = down, 6 = right) Blue / 13 x 9 - When used with the MENU button, will display green and blue. When pressed 5 times, will enable 13 x 9 mode. Red / 7 x 5 - When used with the MENU button, will display green and red. When pressed 5 times, will enable 7 x 5 mode. Green Only / 3 x 3 - When used with the MENU button, will display green only. When pressed 5 times, will enable 3 x 3 mode, if RAM was cleared.

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11.

12. 13.

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REMOTES

REMOTE CONFIGURATIONS CLU-572TSI

PO W E R

TV

VCR

CBL

SAT

S O U R C E W IZ A R D DVD AV1 AV2 AV3

REMOTES

1
C ursor P osition B uttons
10

2 5 8 0
12 C.C. HELP 3 7
ME NU

3 6 9
LAST CH

4 7
SLEEP

P hase A djust

RE D 7X5

B LU E 13 x 9

INPUT 11

ASPECT

C rosshatch V ideo
C.S.

9
EX IT

C orrection B uttons

Rem ove Color

8

VO L

SELE C T

CH

MU

Initialize

TE

SVCS VCR PLUS+ INFO 4

RE

CA

LL

13 G UIDE/TV

SCHD

GR EE N 3x3

PIP

PIP CH 6

FREEZE 5

Calculate

RO M W rite

PIP AC C ESS

PIP M O DE 2 PRO G

SW AP 1 TV/VCR SLO W

Centering

RO M Read
REC

HITACHI
CLU -572T SI

35

REMOTE CONFIGURATIONS CLU-572TSI
Button Explanations 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Read From ROM - Reads the stored EEPROM data current working RAM. (PRESS 2X) Write to ROM - Stores current convergence data in working RAM to the EEPROM (PRESS 2X) Phase Adjust - Mode used for matching positions of the cursor and adjustment point for matching phase. Calculate - Performs interpolation between adjustment points for a total of 255 data locations. Centering - Turns on the static raster centering mode for matching the internal crosshatch to the external video center. Initialize - Develops the reference data for Magic Focus using the 8 sensors and light pattern sampling data. (PRESS PIP MODE, PIP CH) Color Display Mode (Remove Color) - Used to toggle between all colors (white) and either Green only, Red + Green (yellow), or Blue + Green (cyan). Use of this button is in conjunction with the INPUT, 0, and RECALL buttons. Correction Buttons - Used to adjust the horizontal and vertical position of the adjustment point. The blinking crosshatch intersection identifies the selected adjustment point. Crosshatch/Video Mode - When pressed five times, this button will toggle between the normal input video and the internally generated convergence crosshatch pattern. Cursor Position Buttons - Moves the adjustment point of the internal crosshatch pattern line intersections. (2 = up, 4 = left, 5 = down, 6 = right) Blue / 13 x 9 - When used with the MENU button, will display green and blue. When pressed 5 times, will enable 13 x 9 mode. Red / 7 x 5 - When used with the MENU button, will display green and red. When pressed 5 times, will enable 7 x 5 mode. Green Only / 3 x 3 - When used with the MENU button, will display green only. When pressed 5 times, will enable 3 x 3 mode, if RAM was cleared.

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7.

8.

9.

10.

11.

12. 13.

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REMOTES

REMOTE CONFIGURATIONS CLU-573TSI

PO W E R

TV

VCR

CBL

SAT

S O U R C E W IZ A R D DVD AV1 AV2 AV3

REMOTES

C ursor P osition B uttons

1 4 7
SLEEP

10

2 5 8 0
12 HELP 3

3 6 9
LAST CH

P hase A djust

RE D 7X5

C rosshatch V ideo
C.S.

B LU E 13 x 9

INPUT 11 7
ME NU

9
EX IT

C orrection B uttons

Rem ove Color

8

VO L

SELE C T

CH

Initialize

MU

TE

SVCS VCR PLUS+ INFO 4

RE

CA

LL

13 G UIDE/TV

SCHD

GR EE N 3x3

PIP

PIP CH 6

FREEZE 5

Calculate

RO M W rite

PIP AC C ESS

M O VE 2 PRO G 1

SW AP

Centering
SLO W

TV/VCR

RO M Read
REC

HITACHI
CLU -573T SI

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REMOTE CONFIGURATIONS CLU-573TSI
Button Explanations 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Read From ROM - Reads the stored EEPROM data current working RAM. (PRESS 2X) Write to ROM - Stores current convergence data in working RAM to the EEPROM (PRESS 2X) Phase Adjust - Mode used for matching positions of the cursor and adjustment point for matching phase. Calculate - Performs interpolation between adjustment points for a total of 255 data locations. Centering - Turns on the static raster centering mode for matching the internal crosshatch to the external video center. Initialize - Develops the reference data for Magic Focus using the 8 sensors and light pattern sampling data. (PRESS MOVE, PIP CH) Color Display Mode (Remove Color) - Used to toggle between all colors (white) and either Green only, Red + Green (yellow), or Blue + Green (cyan). Use of this button is in conjunction with the INPUT, 0, and RECALL buttons. Correction Buttons - Used to adjust the horizontal and vertical position of the adjustment point. The blinking crosshatch intersection identifies the selected adjustment point. Crosshatch/Video Mode - When pressed five times, this button will toggle between the normal input video and the internally generated convergence crosshatch pattern. Cursor Position Buttons - Moves the adjustment point of the internal crosshatch pattern line intersections. (2 = up, 4 = left, 5 = down, 6 = right) Blue / 13 x 9 - When used with the MENU button, will display green and blue. When pressed 5 times, will enable 13 x 9 mode. Red / 7 x 5 - When used with the MENU button, will display green and red. When pressed 5 times, will enable 7 x 5 mode. Green Only / 3 x 3 - When used with the MENU button, will display green only. When pressed 5 times, will enable 3 x 3 mode, if RAM was cleared.

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7.

8.

9.

10.

11.

12. 13.

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REMOTES

REMOTE CONFIGURATIONS CLU-575TSI

PO W E R

TV

VCR

CBL

SAT

S O U R C E W IZ A R D DVD AV1 AV2 AV3

REMOTES

1
C ursor P osition B uttons
10

2 5 8 0
12 C.C. HELP 3 7
N ME U

3 6 9
LAST CH

4 7
SLEEP

P hase A djust

RE D 7X5

B LU E 13 x 9

INPUT 11

ASPECT

C rosshatch V ideo
C.S.

9
EX IT

C orrection B uttons

Rem ove Color

8

VO L

SELE C T

CH

MU

Initialize

TE

SVCS VCR PLUS+ INFO 4

RE

CA

LL

13 G UIDE/TV

SCHD

GR EE N 3x3

PIP

PIP CH 6

FREEZE 5

Calculate

RO M W rite

PIP AC C ESS

PIP M O DE 2 PRO G

SW AP 1 TV/VCR SLO W

Centering

RO M Read
REC

HITACHI
CLU -575T SI

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REMOTE CONFIGURATIONS CLU-575TSI
Button Explanations 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Read From ROM - Reads the stored EEPROM data current working RAM. (PRESS 2X) Write to ROM - Stores current convergence data in working RAM to the EEPROM (PRESS 2X) Phase Adjust - Mode used for matching positions of the cursor and adjustment point for matching phase. Calculate - Performs interpolation between adjustment points for a total of 255 data locations. Centering - Turns on the static raster centering mode for matching the internal crosshatch to the external video center. Initialize - Develops the reference data for Magic Focus using the 8 sensors and light pattern sampling data. (PRESS PIP MODE, PIP CH) Color Display Mode (Remove Color) - Used to toggle between all colors (white) and either Green only, Red + Green (yellow), or Blue + Green (cyan). Use of this button is in conjunction with the INPUT, 0, and RECALL buttons. Correction Buttons - Used to adjust the horizontal and vertical position of the adjustment point. The blinking crosshatch intersection identifies the selected adjustment point. Crosshatch/Video Mode - When pressed five times, this button will toggle between the normal input video and the internally generated convergence crosshatch pattern. Cursor Position Buttons - Moves the adjustment point of the internal crosshatch pattern line intersections. (2 = up, 4 = left, 5 = down, 6 = right) Blue / 13 x 9 - When used with the MENU button, will display green and blue. When pressed 5 times, will enable 13 x 9 mode. Red / 7 x 5 - When used with the MENU button, will display green and red. When pressed 5 times, will enable 7 x 5 mode. Green Only / 3 x 3 - When used with the MENU button, will display green only. When pressed 5 times, will enable 3 x 3 mode, if RAM was cleared.

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11.

12. 13.

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REMOTES

REMOTE CONFIGURATIONS CLU-5711TSI

POW ER

TV

VCR

CBL

S TB

S O U R C E W IZ A R D DVD AV1 AV2 AV3

REMOTES

C ursor P osition B uttons

1 4 7
SLEEP

10

2 5 8 0
12 HELP 3

3 6 9
LAST CH

P hase A djust

RE D 7X5

B LU E 13 x 9

ANT 11

C.C.

ASPECT

C rosshatch V ideo
PIX

7
ME

NU

EX

9
IT

C orrection B uttons

VO L

SELE C T

CH

Rem ove Color
MU SV CS TE
VC
VI

8
US
SC
DE /T V

GR EE N 3x3
HD D 5

ST

AT

13
I GU

Initialize

VI

D

1
D

RP L
2

US

+

IN FO

VI

4
V ID 3

VI

D

4

PIP

PIP CH 6

FREEZE 5

Calculate

PIP AC C ESS

RO M W rite

PIP M O DE 2 PRO G

SW AP 1 TV/VCR

Centering
SLO W

RO M Read

REC

HITACHI
CLU -5711T SI

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REMOTE CONFIGURATIONS CLU-5711TSI
Button Explanations 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Read From ROM - Reads the stored EEPROM data current working RAM. (PRESS 2X) Write to ROM - Stores current convergence data in working RAM to the EEPROM (PRESS 2X) Phase Adjust - Mode used for matching positions of the cursor and adjustment point for matching phase. Calculate - Performs interpolation between adjustment points for a total of 255 data locations. Centering - Turns on the static raster centering mode for matching the internal crosshatch to the external video center. Initialize - Develops the reference data for Magic Focus using the 8 sensors and light pattern sampling data. (PRESS PIP MODE, PIP CH) Color Display Mode (Remove Color) - Used to toggle between all colors (white) and either Green only, Red + Green (yellow), or Blue + Green (cyan). Use of this button is in conjunction with the ANT, 0, and STATUS buttons. Correction Buttons - Used to adjust the horizontal and vertical position of the adjustment point. The blinking crosshatch intersection identifies the selected adjustment point. Crosshatch/Video Mode - When pressed five times, this button will toggle between the normal input video and the internally generated convergence crosshatch pattern. Cursor Position Buttons - Moves the adjustment point of the internal crosshatch pattern line intersections. (2 = up, 4 = left, 5 = down, 6 = right) Blue / 13 x 9 - When used with the MENU button, will display green and blue. When pressed 5 times, will enable 13 x 9 mode. Red / 7 x 5 - When used with the MENU button, will display green and red. When pressed 5 times, will enable 7 x 5 mode. Green Only / 3 x 3 - When used with the MENU button, will display green only. When pressed 5 times, will enable 3 x 3 mode, if RAM was cleared.

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11.

12. 13.

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REMOTES

REMOTE CONFIGURATIONS CLU-5712TSI

PO W ER

TV

VCR

CBL

STB

SO URCE W IZARD DVD AV1 AV2 AV3

C ursor P osition B uttons

1 4 7
SLEE P

10

2 5 8 0
12 HELP 3

3 6 9
LAST CH

REMOTES

P hase A djust

RE D 7X5

C rosshatch V ideo
PIX

B LU E 13 x 9

INPUT 11 7
M U EN

9
EX IT

C orrection B uttons

Rem ove Color

8

VO L

SEL EC T

CH

Initialize

MU

TE

SVCS VCR PLUS+

ST

AT

US

13 G UIDE/TV

SCHD

GR EE N 3x3

INFO 4

PIP

PIP CH 6

FREEZ E 5

Calculate

RO M W rite

PIP AC C ESS

PIP M O DE 2 PRO G

SW AP 1 TV/VCR SLO W

Centering

RO M Read
REC

HITACHI
CLU -5712T SI

43

REMOTE CONFIGURATIONS CLU-5712TSI
Button Explanations 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Read From ROM - Reads the stored EEPROM data current working RAM. (PRESS 2X) Write to ROM - Stores current convergence data in working RAM to the EEPROM (PRESS 2X) Phase Adjust - Mode used for matching positions of the cursor and adjustment point for matching phase. Calculate - Performs interpolation between adjustment points for a total of 255 data locations. Centering - Turns on the static raster centering mode for matching the internal crosshatch to the external video center. Initialize - Develops the reference data for Magic Focus using the 8 sensors and light pattern sampling data. (PRESS PIP MODE, PIP CH) Color Display Mode (Remove Color) - Used to toggle between all colors (white) and either Green only, Red + Green (yellow), or Blue + Green (cyan). Use of this button is in conjunction with the INPUT, 0, and STATUS buttons. Correction Buttons - Used to adjust the horizontal and vertical position of the adjustment point. The blinking crosshatch intersection identifies the selected adjustment point. Crosshatch/Video Mode - When pressed five times, this button will toggle between the normal input video and the internally generated convergence crosshatch pattern. Cursor Position Buttons - Moves the adjustment point of the internal crosshatch pattern line intersections. (2 = up, 4 = left, 5 = down, 6 = right) Blue / 13 x 9 - When used with the MENU button, will display green and blue. When pressed 5 times, will enable 13 x 9 mode. Red / 7 x 5 - When used with the MENU button, will display green and red. When pressed 5 times, will enable 7 x 5 mode. Green Only / 3 x 3 - When used with the MENU button, will display green only. When pressed 5 times, will enable 3 x 3 mode, if RAM was cleared.

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7.

8.

9.

10.

11.

12. 13.

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REMOTE CONFIGURATIONS CLU-5713TSI

PO W E R

TV

VCR

CBL

S TB

S O U R C E W IZ A R D DVD CD TA P E AM P

1
C ursor P osition B uttons
10

2 5 8 0

3 6 9
LAST CH 12

REMOTES

4 7
SLEEP

RE D 7x5

P hase A djust

C rosshatch V ideo
ASPECT M O DE

ANT 11

C.C.

HELP 3 7
ME NU

B LU E 13 x 9
VO L

EX

9
IT

C orrection B uttons

8
SELE C T

CH

Rem ove Color
SV VI CS

MU

TE

ST

AT

US
SC / DE TV VI D 4 D HD 5

13
GU I

VC
D 1 VI D

GR EE N 3x3

Initialize

RP LU
2

S+

IN FO

4
V ID 3

VI

PIP 6

PIP CH

FREEZE 5

RO M W rite

Calculate

PIP AC C ESS

PIP M O DE 2 PRO G

SW AP 1 TV/VCR SLO W

Centering

RO M Read
REC

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REMOTE CONFIGURATIONS CLU-5713TSI
Button Explanations 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Read From ROM - Reads the stored EEPROM data current working RAM. (PRESS 2X) Write to ROM - Stores current convergence data in working RAM to the EEPROM (PRESS 2X) Phase Adjust - Mode used for matching positions of the cursor and adjustment point for matching phase. Calculate - Performs interpolation between adjustment points for a total of 255 data locations. Centering - Turns on the static raster centering mode for matching the internal crosshatch to the external video center. Initialize - Develops the reference data for Magic Focus using the 8 sensors and light pattern sampling data. (PRESS PIP MODE, PIP CH) Color Display Mode (Remove Color) - Used to toggle between all colors (white) and either Green only, Red + Green (yellow), or Blue + Green (cyan). Use of this button is in conjunction with the ANT, 0, and STATUS buttons. Correction Buttons - Used to adjust the horizontal and vertical position of the adjustment point. The blinking crosshatch intersection identifies the selected adjustment point. Crosshatch/Video Mode - When pressed five times, this button will toggle between the normal input video and the internally generated convergence crosshatch pattern. Cursor Position Buttons - Moves the adjustment point of the internal crosshatch pattern line intersections. (2 = up, 4 = left, 5 = down, 6 = right) Blue / 13 x 9 - When used with the MENU button, will display green and blue. When pressed 5 times, will enable 13 x 9 mode. Red / 7 x 5 - When used with the MENU button, will display green and red. When pressed 5 times, will enable 7 x 5 mode. Green Only / 3 x 3 - When used with the MENU button, will display green only. When pressed 5 times, will enable 3 x 3 mode, if RAM was cleared.

6.

7.

8.

9.

10.

11.

12. 13.

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REMOTES

REMOTE CONFIGURATIONS CLU-5714TSI

PO W E R

TV

VCR

CBL

S TB

S O U R C E W IZ A R D DVD CD TA P E AM P

1
C ursor P osition B uttons
10

2 5 8 0

3 6 9
LAST CH 12

REMOTES

4 7
SLEEP

RE D 7x5

P hase A djust

C rosshatch V ideo
PIX

INPUT 11

HELP 3

B LU E 13 x 9

7
ME NU

9
EX IT

C orrection B uttons

8

Rem ove Color

VO L

SELE C T

CH

MU

TE

SVCS

ST

A

S TU

GR EE N 3x3
SCHD

13 G UIDE/TV

Initialize

VCR PLUS+ INFO 4 PIP 6 PIP CH

FREEZE 5

RO M W rite

Calculate

PIP AC C ESS

PIP M O DE 2 PRO G

SW AP 1 TV/VCR SLO W

Centering

RO M Read
REC

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REMOTE CONFIGURATIONS CLU-5714TSI
Button Explanations 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Read From ROM - Reads the stored EEPROM data current working RAM. (PRESS 2X) Write to ROM - Stores current convergence data in working RAM to the EEPROM (PRESS 2X) Phase Adjust - Mode used for matching positions of the cursor and adjustment point for matching phase. Calculate - Performs interpolation between adjustment points for a total of 255 data locations. Centering - Turns on the static raster centering mode for matching the internal crosshatch to the external video center. Initialize - Develops the reference data for Magic Focus using the 8 sensors and light pattern sampling data. (PRESS PIP MODE, PIP CH) Color Display Mode (Remove Color) - Used to toggle between all colors (white) and either Green only, Red + Green (yellow), or Blue + Green (cyan). Use of this button is in conjunction with the INPUT, 0, and STATUS buttons. Correction Buttons - Used to adjust the horizontal and vertical position of the adjustment point. The blinking crosshatch intersection identifies the selected adjustment point. Crosshatch/Video Mode - When pressed five times, this button will toggle between the normal input video and the internally generated convergence crosshatch pattern. Cursor Position Buttons - Moves the adjustment point of the internal crosshatch pattern line intersections. (2 = up, 4 = left, 5 = down, 6 = right) Blue / 13 x 9 - When used with the MENU button, will display green and blue. When pressed 5 times, will enable 13 x 9 mode. Red / 7 x 5 - When used with the MENU button, will display green and red. When pressed 5 times, will enable 7 x 5 mode. Green Only / 3 x 3 - When used with the MENU button, will display green only. When pressed 5 times, will enable 3 x 3 mode, if RAM was cleared.

6.

7.

8.

9.

10.

11.

12. 13.

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REMOTES

REMOTE CONFIGURATIONS CLU-5721TSI

PO W E R

TV

VCR

CBL

S TB

S O U R C E W IZ A R D DVD CD TA P E AM P

1
C ursor P osition B uttons

2
10

3 6 9
12 13 INFO

REMOTES

4 7

5 8 0
G UIDE

GR EE N 3x3

P hase A djust

SLEEP

A/V NE T
3

AN T
11

AS PE CT

V IR TU

AL HD

RE D 7x5

7
ME NU

B LU E 13 x 9
VO L

EX

9
IT

SELE C T

CH

Rem ove Color
SV VI CS

8

C rosshatch V ideo

MU

TE

LA

ST

CH
SC HD D 5

Initialize

D

1
VI D 2
V ID 3

VI

4

V ID

4

C orrection B uttons

PIP 6

PIP CH

FREEZE 5

RO M W rite

Calculate*
PIP AC C ESS

PIP M O DE 2

SW AP 1

VIDEO

Centering

RO M Read
REC

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REMOTE CONFIGURATIONS CLU-5721TSI
Button Explanations 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Read From ROM - Reads the stored EEPROM data current working RAM. (PRESS 2X) Write to ROM - Stores current convergence data in working RAM to the EEPROM (PRESS 2X) Phase Adjust - Mode used for matching positions of the cursor and adjustment point for matching phase. Calculate - Performs interpolation between adjustment points for a total of 255 data locations. Centering - Turns on the static raster centering mode for matching the internal crosshatch to the external video center. Initialize - Develops the reference data for Magic Focus using the 8 sensors and light pattern sampling data. (PRESS PIP MODE, PIP CH) Color Display Mode (Remove Color) - Used to toggle between all colors (white) and either Green only, Red + Green (yellow), or Blue + Green (cyan). Use of this button is in conjunction with the ANT, 0, and INFO buttons. Correction Buttons - Used to adjust the horizontal and vertical position of the adjustment point. The blinking crosshatch intersection identifies the selected adjustment point. Crosshatch/Video Mode - When pressed five times, this button will toggle between the normal input video and the internally generated convergence crosshatch pattern. Cursor Position Buttons - Moves the adjustment point of the internal crosshatch pattern line intersections. (2 = up, 4 = left, 5 = down, 6 = right) Blue / 13 x 9 - When used with the MENU button, will display green and blue. When pressed 5 times, will enable 13 x 9 mode. Red / 7 x 5 - When used with the MENU button, will display green and red. When pressed 5 times, will enable 7 x 5 mode. Green Only / 3 x 3 - When used with the MENU button, will display green only. When pressed 5 times, will enable 3 x 3 mode, if RAM was cleared.

6.

7.

8.

9.

10.

11.

12. 13.

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REMOTES

REMOTE CONFIGURATIONS CLU-5722TSI

PO W E R

TV

VCR

CBL

S TB

S O U R C E W IZ A R D DVD CD TA P E AM P

1
C ursor P osition B uttons
10

2 5 8
12

3 6 9
13 INFO

REMOTES

4 7
SLEEP

P hase A djust

GR EE N 3x3

0
A/V NET 3

ANT 11

C.C.

ASPECT VIRTUAL HD

RE D 7x5

7
ME NU

B LU E 13 x 9
VO L

EX

9
IT

SELE C T

CH

Rem ove Color
SV VI D CS VC R

8

C rosshatch V ideo

MU

TE

LA

ST

CH
SC HD D 5

Initialize

1 VI D 2

PL

US

+

I GU

DE

/T V VI D 4

4
V ID 3

VI

C orrection B uttons

PIP 6

PIP CH

FREEZE 5

RO M W rite

Calculate*
PIP AC C ESS

PIP M O DE 2

SW AP 1

VIDEO

Centering

RO M Read
REC

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*Remote must be in VCR Mode 51

REMOTE CONFIGURATIONS CLU-5722TSI
Button Explanations 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Read From ROM - Reads the stored EEPROM data current working RAM. (PRESS 2X) Write to ROM - Stores current convergence data in working RAM to the EEPROM (PRESS 2X) Phase Adjust - Mode used for matching positions of the cursor and adjustment point for matching phase. Calculate - Performs interpolation between adjustment points for a total of 255 data locations. Centering - Turns on the static raster centering mode for matching the internal crosshatch to the external video center. Initialize - Develops the reference data for Magic Focus using the 8 sensors and light pattern sampling data. (PRESS PIP MODE, PIP CH) Color Display Mode (Remove Color) - Used to toggle between all colors (white) and either Green only, Red + Green (yellow), or Blue + Green (cyan). Use of this button is in conjunction with the ANT, 0, and INFO buttons. Correction Buttons - Used to adjust the horizontal and vertical position of the adjustment point. The blinking crosshatch intersection identifies the selected adjustment point. Crosshatch/Video Mode - When pressed five times, this button will toggle between the normal input video and the internally generated convergence crosshatch pattern. Cursor Position Buttons - Moves the adjustment point of the internal crosshatch pattern line intersections. (2 = up, 4 = left, 5 = down, 6 = right) Blue / 13 x 9 - When used with the MENU button, will display green and blue. When pressed 5 times, will enable 13 x 9 mode. Red / 7 x 5 - When used with the MENU button, will display green and red. When pressed 5 times, will enable 7 x 5 mode. Green Only / 3 x 3 - When used with the MENU button, will display green only. When pressed 5 times, will enable 3 x 3 mode, if RAM was cleared.

6.

7.

8.

9.

10.

11.

12. 13.

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REMOTES

REMOTE CONFIGURATIONS CLU-4311UG

POW ER TV CABLE D V D /V C R

RO M Read
SW AP P IP M OVE FREEZE
1 2

RO M W rite

P hase A djust
HELP

Centering
5

REMOTES

P IP C H

M ENU
6

3

7

Rem ove Color

Initialize
8

SELECT

M UTE E X IT

LAST CH

C orrection B uttons

9

C rosshatch V ideo

VOL

CH

C ursor P osition B uttons

1
10

2 5 8 0
12

3 6 9
STATU S
13

4 7
INPU T

RE D 7x5

B LU E 13 x 9

11

GR EE N 3x3

REC

TV/VCR

PIX

HITACHI
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REMOTE CONFIGURATIONS CLU-4311UG
Button Explanations 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Read From ROM - Reads the stored EEPROM data current working RAM. (PRESS 2X) Write to ROM - Stores current convergence data in working RAM to the EEPROM (PRESS 2X) Phase Adjust - Mode used for matching positions of the cursor and adjustment point for matching phase. Calculate - Not Available Centering - Turns on the static raster centering mode for matching the internal crosshatch to the external video center. Initialize - Develops the reference data for Magic Focus using the 8 sensors and light pattern sampling data. (PRESS MOVE, PIP CH) Color Display Mode (Remove Color) - Used to toggle between all colors (white) and either Green only, Red + Green (yellow), or Blue + Green (cyan). Use of this button is in conjunction with the INPUT, 0, and STATUS buttons. Correction Buttons - Used to adjust the horizontal and vertical position of the adjustment point. The blinking crosshatch intersection identifies the selected adjustment point. Crosshatch/Video Mode - When pressed five times, this button will toggle between the normal input video and the internally generated convergence crosshatch pattern. Cursor Position Buttons - Moves the adjustment point of the internal crosshatch pattern line intersections. (2 = up, 4 = left, 5 = down, 6 = right) Blue / 13 x 9 - When used with the MENU button, will display green and blue. When pressed 5 times, will enable 13 x 9 mode. Red / 7 x 5 - When used with the MENU button, will display green and red. When pressed 5 times, will enable 7 x 5 mode. Green Only / 3 x 3 - When used with the MENU button, will display green only. When pressed 5 times, will enable 3 x 3 mode, if RAM was cleared.

6.

7.

8.

9.

10.

11.

12. 13.

Note: It is not possible to adjust item 4 using this remote.

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REMOTES

REMOTE CONFIGURATIONS CLU-4321UG

POW ER TV C B L /S A T D V D /V C R

RO M Read
SW AP P IP
1 2

RO M W rite

P IP M O D E FREEZE

Centering
5

REMOTES
Initialize
C orrection B uttons C rosshatch V ideo C ursor P osition B uttons

P IP C H V ID E O
6 7

M ENU

Rem ove Color

SELECT
8

M UTE E X IT

LAST CH

9

VOL

CH

1
10

2 5 8 0
12

3 6 9
INFO
13

4 7

RE D 7x5

B LU E 13 x 9

AN T
11

GR EE N 3x3

VID 1

VID 2
3

VID 3

VID 4

P hase A djust

REC

4 ASPECT VIRTUAL HD

Calculate*

VID 5

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REMOTE CONFIGURATIONS CLU-4321UG
Button Explanations 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Read From ROM - Reads the stored EEPROM data current working RAM. (PRESS 2X) Write to ROM - Stores current convergence data in working RAM to the EEPROM (PRESS 2X) Phase Adjust - Mode used for matching positions of the cursor and adjustment point for matching phase. Calculate - Performs interpolation between adjustment points for a total of 255 data locations. Centering - Turns on the static raster centering mode for matching the internal crosshatch to the external video center. Initialize - Develops the reference data for Magic Focus using the 8 sensors and light pattern sampling data. (PRESS PIP MODE, PIP CH) Color Display Mode (Remove Color) - Used to toggle between all colors (white) and either Green only, Red + Green (yellow), or Blue + Green (cyan). Use of this button is in conjunction with the ANT, 0, and INFO buttons. Correction Buttons - Used to adjust the horizontal and vertical position of the adjustment point. The blinking crosshatch intersection identifies the selected adjustment point. Crosshatch/Video Mode - When pressed five times, this button will toggle between the normal input video and the internally generated convergence crosshatch pattern. Cursor Position Buttons - Moves the adjustment point of the internal crosshatch pattern line intersections. (2 = up, 4 = left, 5 = down, 6 = right) Blue / 13 x 9 - When used with the MENU button, will display green and blue. When pressed 5 times, will enable 13 x 9 mode. Red / 7 x 5 - When used with the MENU button, will display green and red. When pressed 5 times, will enable 7 x 5 mode. Green Only / 3 x 3 - When used with the MENU button, will display green only. When pressed 5 times, will enable 3 x 3 mode, if RAM was cleared.

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7.

8.

9.

10.

11.

12. 13.

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REMOTES

REMOTE CONFIGURATIONS CLU-4322UG

POW ER TV C B L /S A T D V D /V C R

RO M Read
SW AP P IP P IP M O D E FREEZE
1 2

RO M W rite

P hase A djust
HELP

Centering
5

REMOTES

P IP C H

M ENU
6

3

7

Rem ove Color

Initialize
8

SELECT

M UTE E X IT

LAST CH

C orrection B uttons

9

C rosshatch V ideo

VOL

CH

C ursor P osition B uttons

1
10

2 5 8 0
12

3 6 9
STATU S
13

4 7
AN T

RE D 7x5

B LU E 13 x 9

11

GR EE N 3x3

VID 1
REC

VID 2

VID 3
ASPECT

VID 4
M O DE

VID 5

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REMOTE CONFIGURATIONS CLU-4322UG
Button Explanations 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Read From ROM - Reads the stored EEPROM data current working RAM. (PRESS 2X) Write to ROM - Stores current convergence data in working RAM to the EEPROM (PRESS 2X) Phase Adjust - Mode used for matching positions of the cursor and adjustment point for matching phase. Calculate - Not Available Centering - Turns on the static raster centering mode for matching the internal crosshatch to the external video center. Initialize - Develops the reference data for Magic Focus using the 8 sensors and light pattern sampling data. (PRESS PIP MODE, PIP CH) Color Display Mode (Remove Color) - Used to toggle between all colors (white) and either Green only, Red + Green (yellow), or Blue + Green (cyan). Use of this button is in conjunction with the ANT, 0, and STATUS buttons. Correction Buttons - Used to adjust the horizontal and vertical position of the adjustment point. The blinking crosshatch intersection identifies the selected adjustment point. Crosshatch/Video Mode - When pressed five times, this button will toggle between the normal input video and the internally generated convergence crosshatch pattern. Cursor Position Buttons - Moves the adjustment point of the internal crosshatch pattern line intersections. (2 = up, 4 = left, 5 = down, 6 = right) Blue / 13 x 9 - When used with the MENU button, will display green and blue. When pressed 5 times, will enable 13 x 9 mode. Red / 7 x 5 - When used with the MENU button, will display green and red. When pressed 5 times, will enable 7 x 5 mode. Green Only / 3 x 3 - When used with the MENU button, will display green only. When pressed 5 times, will enable 3 x 3 mode, if RAM was cleared.

6.

7.

8.

9.

10.

11.

12. 13.

Note: It is not possible to adjust item 4 using this remote.

58

REMOTES

SERVICE SOLUTIONS
Maintenance Performed
STK Replacement Go to Magic Focus Operation CRT Replacement Go to Complete Convergence Procedure Need to set Magnetic Centering (After centering adjust, go to Magic Focus) Deflection PWB Replacement Go to Complete Convergence Procedure Need to set H / V size and position (Re-use original DCU, if possible) DCU Replacement Go to Complete Convergence Procedure Need to create new ROM data
SERVICE SOLUTIONS

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SERVICE SOLUTIONS
First Time Convergence Assessment Perform Magic Focus Operation Touch-up Convergence Procedure Green needs adjustment Red needs adjustment Blue needs adjustment Write to ROM Initialize Sensors Complete Convergence Procedure Clear RAM Magnetic Centering Horizontal and Vertical Size Adjustment Static Centering Phase Adjustment Green 3 x 3 Mode Green 7 x 5 Mode Green 13 x 9 Mode Red/Blue 3 x 3 Mode Red/Blue 7 x 5 Mode Red/Blue 13 x 9 Mode Write to ROM Initialize Sensors DCU Error Codes Special Procedures for 2H Models DP-85 DP-86 DP-0x DP-14G DP-15 (all) DP-17 DP-23/23G/23K/24 DP-26/27/27D (page 61)

(page 62) (page 63) (page 67) (page 71) (page 72)
SERVICE SOLUTIONS

(page 74) (page 75) (page 77) (page 78) (page 79) (page 81) (page 83) (page 85) (page 87) (page 89) (page 91) (page 93) (page 94) (page 95)

(page 97) (page 99) (page 100) (page 103) (page 109) (page 121) (page 127) (page 133)

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MAGIC FOCUS OPERATION
P ress the M A G IC F O C U S button

O pera tio n S u ccessful No C o nv ergen ce E rrors
MAGIC FOCUS OPERATION

O pera tio n S u ccessful

O pera tio n U n su ccessful

C o nv ergen ce E rrors

DONE!

"STATIC" or "+" Appears

Perform Touch-up Adjustm ents

Error Codes After Com pleting Convergence Adjustm ents, W rite to ROM G o to Diagnostic Table (page 95) Verify Convergence Satifactory

Initialize M AG IC FO CUS Sensors

Error Codes

Initialization Com plete

DONE!

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TOUCH-UP ALIGNMENT Green Needs Adjustment
Like Analog convergence, the green is used as the reference color. Green should be touched up only if it’s out and both red and blue are aligned with each other. Otherwise, there’s no way to know if the reference is out or the other two colors are out. (it could happen) When green needs alignment, the overlay should be used to check the reference. Proceed to the Green 13 x 9 Mode (page 85) portion of the complete convergence procedure.
TOUCH-UP ALIGNMENT

When completed with green touch-up AND the entire crosshatch display is converged, proceed to Write to ROM (page 71) and Initialize Sensors (page 72).

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TOUCH-UP ALIGNMENT - RED
1. ENTER DCAM (Digital Convergence Adjustment
Mode) Default is 13 x 9 Mode. AP-5x/AP-6x: Press service switch behind hole on front panel for all AP-5x and AP-6x chassis. (Figure 1) All Other Chassis: Press service switch on the Deflection PWB. (Figure 2) or, for models built after 2000, to access the DCAM without removing the front panel; Procedure for Chassis DP14G, DP15, DP17: 1) Press the MAGIC FOCUS button on front panel. 2) While Magic Focus is running, press MAGIC FOCUS button again to “stop”. 3) When “STOP” is displayed in OSD, press RECALL or STATUS button on remote control. 4) The unit will now be in the DCAM. Procedure for Chassis DP23/23G, DP24, DP26, DP27: 1) Press the MAGIC FOCUS button on front panel. 2) While Magic Focus is running, press MAGIC FOCUS button again to “stop”. 3) When “STOP” is displayed in OSD, press INFO button on remote control. 4) The unit will now be in the DCAM. Procedure for Chassis DP06, DP07, HP13: 1) Press and hold the MAGIC FOCUS button on front panel. 2) While the button is held down, the OSD will change from “MAGIC FOCUS” to “CENTER MODE”, then to “STATIC MODE”. 3) When “STATIC MODE” is displayed in OSD, press INPUT or ANT button on remote control. 4) The unit will now be in the DCAM. Procedure for Chassis DP05F, DP05, HP11, HP12: 1) Press and hold the DIGITAL ARRAY or CONVERGENCE ADJUST button on front panel. 2) While the button is held down, then press the INPUT or ANT button on remote control. 3) The unit will now be in the DCAM.

TOUCH-UP ALIGNMENT

(continued) 63

TOUCH-UP ALIGNMENT - RED
Figure 1
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Service A djustm ent
POW ER

M AG IC FO C U S
M EN U

E N T ER

# #

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Figure 2

(FR O N T V IEW )

R
FOC US PA CK

G

B

DEFLECTION PW B

SIGNAL PW B

2. SELECT COLOR TO BE ADJUSTED (RED)
Press the button on the remote associated with Color Display Mode (Remove Color) , then press the button on the remote associated with Red / 7 x 5. example: MENU, 0 Display should now be Red and Green crosshatch lines only. If it is all three colors, press the MENU button again to toggle from all colors back to Red and Green only.

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TOUCH-UP ALIGNMENT

S ER VIC E S W ITC H

TOUCH-UP ALIGNMENT - RED
3. Use the Cursor Position Buttons to navigate from a selected adjustment point to another adjustment point. The blinking or dashed lines of the crosshatch intersection identifies the selected adjustment point. 1 3

2

4

5

6

TOUCH-UP ALIGNMENT

4. Press the Cursor Adjustment Buttons at the selected adjustment points to align the red H /V lines with the green H / V lines.

FAV M ENU CH

FAV CH

SELECT

SELECT

(continued) 65

TOUCH-UP ALIGNMENT - RED
After adjustment of Red, the lines should appear yellow, which is Red and Green together. When pressing the MENU button to toggle back to all colors, all lines should be white. Proceed to Write to ROM (page 71) when all touch-up adjustments are completed.

13 x 9 Adjustment Locations

Red and Green - Before Adjustment

Red and Green - After Adjustment 66

TOUCH-UP ALIGNMENT

TOUCH-UP ALIGNMENT - BLUE
1. ENTER DCAM (Digital Convergence Adjustment
Mode) Default is 13 x 9 Mode. AP-5x/AP-6x: Press service switch behind hole on front panel for all AP-5x and AP-6x chassis. (Figure 1) All Other Chassis: Press service switch on the Deflection PWB. (Figure 2) or, for models built after 2000, to access the DCAM without removing the front panel; Procedure for Chassis DP14G, DP15, DP17: 1) Press the MAGIC FOCUS button on front panel. 2) While Magic Focus is running, press MAGIC FOCUS button again to “stop”. 3) When “STOP” is displayed in OSD, press RECALL or STATUS button on remote control. 4) The unit will now be in the DCAM. Procedure for Chassis DP23/23G, DP24, DP26, DP27: 1) Press the MAGIC FOCUS button on front panel. 2) While Magic Focus is running, press MAGIC FOCUS button again to “stop”. 3) When “STOP” is displayed in OSD, press INFO button on remote control. 4) The unit will now be in the DCAM. Procedure for Chassis DP06, DP07, HP13: 1) Press and hold the MAGIC FOCUS button on front panel. 2) While the button is held down, the OSD will change from “MAGIC FOCUS” to “CENTER MODE”, then to “STATIC MODE”. 3) When “STATIC MODE” is displayed in OSD, press INPUT or ANT button on remote control. 4) The unit will now be in the DCAM. Procedure for Chassis DP05F, DP05, HP11, HP12: 1) Press and hold the DIGITAL ARRAY or CONVERGENCE ADJUST button on front panel. 2) While the button is held down, then press the INPUT or ANT button on remote control. 3) The unit will now be in the DCAM.

TOUCH-UP ALIGNMENT

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TOUCH-UP ALIGNMENT - BLUE
Figure 1
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Service A djustm ent
POW ER

M AG IC FO C U S
M EN U

E N T ER

# #

$

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Figure 2

(FR O N T V IEW )

R
FOC US PA CK

G

B

DEFLECTION PW B

SIGNAL PW B

2. SELECT COLOR TO BE ADJUSTED (BLUE)
Press the button on the remote associated with Color Display Mode (Remove Color) , then press the button on the remote associated with Blue / 13 x 9 . example: MENU, INPUT Display should now be Blue and Green crosshatch lines only. If it is all three colors, press the MENU button again to toggle from all colors back to Blue and Green only.

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TOUCH-UP ALIGNMENT

S ER VIC E S W ITC H

TOUCH-UP ALIGNMENT - BLUE
3. Use the Cursor Position Buttons to navigate from a selected adjustment point to another adjustment point. The blinking or dashed lines of the crosshatch intersection identifies the selected adjustment point. 1 2 3

4

5

6

TOUCH-UP ALIGNMENT

4. Press the Cursor Adjustment Buttons at the selected adjustment points to align the blue H /V lines with the green H / V lines.

FAV M ENU CH

FAV CH

SELECT

SELECT

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TOUCH-UP ALIGNMENT - BLUE
After adjustment of Blue, the lines should appear cyan, which is Blue and Green together. When pressing the MENU button to toggle back to all colors, all lines should be white. Proceed to Write to ROM (page 71) when all touch-up adjustments are completed.

13 x 9 Adjustment Locations

Blue and Green - Before Adjustment

Blue and Green - After Adjustment 70

TOUCH-UP ALIGNMENT

TOUCH-UP ALIGNMENT
WRITE TO ROM When convergence is complete, write the new data to ROM. Press the button on the remote associated with Write to ROM twice. Example 1: MOVE, MOVE Example 2: PIP MODE, PIP MODE The screen will blank for approx. 20 seconds. When ROM WRITE is complete, green dots will appear on the screen. At this point, pressing the MUTE button will return to the crosshatch display.
1S T B U T T O N P R E S S

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R O M W R ITE ?

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INITIALIZE SENSORS When WRITE TO ROM is complete, the Magic Focus Sensors need to be initialized. Press the button on the remote associated with Write to ROM, then press the button on the remote associated with Initialize. Example 1: MOVE, PIP CH Example 2: PIP MODE, PIP CH
1 S T B U TT O N P R E S S

R O M W R ITE?
TOUCH-UP ALIGNMENT

2N D B U TT O N P R E S S

IN ITIA L
AP P R O X . 90 S E C O N D S

IN ITIALIZE C O M P L E TE

If error codes display after this step, see page 95.

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Clear RAM............................................ Magnetic Centering............................... Horizontal and Vertical Size................. Static Centering..................................... Phase Adjustment.................................. Green 3 x 3 Mode.................................. Green 7 x 5 Mode.................................. Green 13 x 9 Mode................................ Red/Blue 3 x 3 Mode............................ Red/Blue 7 x 5 Mode............................ Red/Blue 13 x 9 Mode.......................... Write to ROM....................................... Initialize Sensors................................... 74 75 77 78 79 81 83 85 87 89 91 93 94

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CLEAR RAM To clear the DCU RAM, this is accomplished by holding down the service switch then powering on the set. This will result in a display that has it’s convergence completely uncorrected. Note that this is not necessarily a permanent condition. All the previous convergence settings that were stored in the ROM are still there. The important thing to remember here is the difference between RAM (Random Access Memory) and ROM (Read Only Memory). RAM is what the convergence output devices are using for an input at any given time, and ROM is what data settings were actually written to the EEPROM.
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Example of uncorrected convergence crosshatch

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MAGNETIC CENTERING
After clearing the DCU RAM, the next step is to perform the magnetic centering for each CRT. Using an external pattern generator, input a single crosshatch pattern. Apply the screen overlay. (page 6) Display normal video. Press the button on the remote associated with Crosshatch/Video Mode five (5) times. Example: EXIT (x5)
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G

Cen terin g Mag net Beam Fo rm ing Magn et Beam Alignm ent Magnet

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MAGNETIC CENTERING
Using the CRT magnets (centering rings), align each color as described in the diagrams below. The horizontal line (left/right) for each color should be aligned with the center horizontal line of the overlay. The vertical line (up/down) for each color should be positioned as shown, which is offset. This is done so that the Convergence Output devices (STK’s) will operate in a more efficient manner, thus preventing possible memory overload in the DCU and causing an error during sensor initialization. For example, the Blue is offset to the right because the Blue CRT is physically to the right of center (Green).
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R

B

Single Crosshatch Green Centered

R

B

Single Crosshatch Red Centered (offset)

R

B

Single Crosshatch Blue Centered (offset)

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Horizontal / Vertical Size Adjust
After the magnetic centering has been accomplished, the master size adjustment should be checked, and adjusted if necessary. Apply the screen overlay. (page 6) Clear the DCU RAM. (page 74) Select Green Only Press the button on the remote associated with Color Display Mode (Remove Color), then press the button on the remote associated with Green Only / 3 x 3 . Example: MENU, RECALL Adjust horizontal and vertical size controls (usually located on the Power/Deflection PWB) so that the raster size corresponds to the size marks on the overlay.
Vertical Size Marks
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R

B

Horizontal Size Marks

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STATIC CENTERING
After the magnetic centering and size adjustments have been verified, the Static Centering should then be adjusted. The screen overlay should be in place, and the DCU RAM should still be cleared. Enter the Static Raster Centering Mode Press the button on the remote associated with Centering. Example: FREEZE Two additional horizontal lines will appear, to indicate that the set is now in the Static Raster Centering Mode.

Additional H oriz. Lines

Additional H oriz. Lines

To select Red or Blue, press the button on the remote associated with Color Display Mode (Remove Color), then press the button on the remote associated with Red / 7 x 5 or Blue / 13 x 9. Example: MENU, 0 (Red) Example: MENU, INPUT (Blue) Adjust each color using the Correction Buttons until the center is a white cross. After adjustment is complete, press the button on the remote associated with Centering to exit from the Static Raster Centering Mode. Example: FREEZE

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DCU PHASE ADJUST
Apply the screen overlay. (page 6) Enter DCAM by either pressing the service only switch, or by remote command. (see page 63) Select Green Only Press the button on the remote associated with Color Display Mode (Remove Color), then press the button on the remote associated with Green Only / 3 x 3 Example: MENU, RECALL Enter Phase Adjustment Mode Press the button on the remote* associated with Phase Adjust. Example: HELP * Some remotes can not enter Phase Adjustment Mode.
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NOTE: All 2H models built since 2000 (DP-0x, DP-1x, and DP-2x) have data values for Phase Adjust. Refer to pages 100 - 133 for specific 2H model data.

The point between the bent lines represents the Adjustment Point location. The broken line intersection represents the center of the screen.

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DCU PHASE ADJUST
Using the Correction Buttons on the remote, position the bent lines so that they are aligned with the center of the screen as shown below. To exit from the Phase Adjustment Mode, press the button on the remote associated with Phase Adjust. Example: HELP

Matches external video center

This assures that the convergence adjustment occurs precisely at the selected cursor position.

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GREEN 3 x 3 Mode
The first step in making convergence corrections is to ensure that the Green crosshatch is matched to the overlay. If the DCU RAM was cleared, it will be possible to enter the 3 x 3 mode. Otherwise, when entering into the DCAM, the default mode will be 13 x 9, which is the touch-up mode. Apply the screen overlay. (page 6) Clear the DCU RAM. (page 74) Ensure that all size and centering adjustments have been performed correctly. (pages 75-80) Select 3 x 3 Mode. Press the button on the remote associated with Green Only / 3 x 3 five (5) times. Example: RECALL (x 5) Select Green Only Press the button on the remote associated with Color Display Mode (Remove Color), then press the button on the remote associated with Green Only / 3 x 3 Example: MENU, RECALL
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3 x 3 Mode = 9 Adjustment Points - Before Adjustment

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GREEN 3 x 3 Mode
The intersection of the two (H and V) dashed lines represents the selected adjustment point. Press the Correction Buttons at the selected adjustment point to align with the horizontal and vertical lines of the screen overlay. Use the Cursor Position Buttons to navigate between adjustment points.
FAV MENU CH CH FAV

Correction Buttons
SELECT

SELECT
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Cursor Position Buttons

1

2

3

4

5

6

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GREEN 7 x 5 Mode
Select 7 x 5 mode.
Press the button on the remote associated with Red / 7 x 5 five (5) times. Example: 0 (x 5)

Select Green Only
Press the button on the remote associated with Color Display Mode (Remove Color), then press the button on the remote associated with Green Only / 3 x 3 Example: MENU, RECALL Press the Correction Buttons (", !, ', () at the selected adjustment points to align the display with the horizontal and vertical lines of the screen overlay.
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Use the Cursor Position Buttons (2, 4, 5, 6) to navigate between the adjustment points.

7 x 5 Mode = 35 Adjustment Points - After Adjustment

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GREEN 7 x 5 Mode
Perform Interpolation as needed to correct for ‘S’ distortion between points. Interpolation is basically a mathematical operation that reduces the distance between two points. This will average the error between points to correct the bent or curved lines. This should always be done while in the 7 x 5 mode. NOTE: Some Remotes do not have the capability for performing this operation. See pages 11-58 to determine each remote’s capabilities. Example: INFO

Before Interpolation

After Interpolation

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GREEN 13 x 9 Mode
Select 13 x 9 mode.
Press the button on the remote associated with Blue / 13 x 9 five (5) times. Example: INPUT (x 5)

Select Green Only
Press the button on the remote associated with Color Display Mode (Remove Color), then press the button on the remote associated with Green Only / 3 x 3 Example: MENU, RECALL Press the Correction Buttons (", !, ', () at the selected adjustment points to align the display with the horizontal and vertical lines of the screen overlay.
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Use the Cursor Position Buttons (2, 4, 5, 6) to navigate between the adjustment points. Return to the 7 x 5 mode as necessary to perform interpolation calculation. Note: At this point, the green crosshatch should be perfectly aligned with the overlay. If it is not, return to the 7 x 5 mode or, if necessary, the 3 x 3 mode to make required adjustments, until it matches the overlay. Do not continue until green matches the overlay!

13 x 9 Mode = 117 Adjustment Points - After Adjustment

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86
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RED/BLUE 3 x 3 Mode
The next step in making convergence corrections is to ensure that the Red and the Blue crosshatch is matched to the Green (which was matched to the overlay). If the DCU RAM was cleared, it will be possible to enter the 3 x 3 mode. Otherwise, when entering into the DCAM, the default mode will be 13 x 9, which is the touch-up mode.

Select 3 x 3 Mode.
Press the button on the remote associated with Green Only / 3 x 3 five (5) times. Example: RECALL (x 5)

Select (Red and Green) or (Blue and Green)
Press the button on the remote associated with Color Display Mode (Remove Color), then press the button on the remote associated with Red / 7 x 5, or Blue / 13 x 9. Example: MENU, 0 (Red) or, MENU, INPUT (Blue) Note: The following diagrams only show Red and Green. First do one color completely, then the other. It makes no difference which one is done first.
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3 x 3 Mode = 9 Adjustment Points - Before Adjustment

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RED/BLUE 3 x 3 Mode
The intersection of the two (H and V) dashed lines represents the selected adjustment point. Press the Correction Buttons at the selected adjustment point to align with the horizontal and vertical lines of the screen overlay. Use the Cursor Position Buttons to navigate between adjustment points.
FAV MENU CH CH FAV

Correction Buttons
SELECT

SELECT
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Cursor Position Buttons

1

2

3

4

5

6

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RED/BLUE 7 x 5 Mode
Select 7 x 5 mode.
Press the button on the remote associated with Red / 7 x 5 five (5) times. Example: 0 (x 5)

Select (Red and Green) or (Blue and Green)
Press the button on the remote associated with Color Display Mode (Remove Color), then press the button on the remote associated with Red / 7 x 5, or Blue / 13 x 9. Example: MENU, 0 (Red) or, MENU, INPUT (Blue) Press the Correction Buttons (", !, ', () at the selected adjustment points to align the display with the horizontal and vertical lines of the screen overlay. Use the Cursor Position Buttons (2, 4, 5, 6) to navigate between the adjustment points.

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7 x 5 Mode = 35 Adjustment Points - After Adjustment

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RED/BLUE 7 x 5 Mode
Perform Interpolation as needed to correct for ‘S’ distortion between points. Interpolation is basically a mathematical operation that reduces the distance between two points. This will average the error between points to correct the bent or curved lines. This should always be done while in the 7 x 5 mode. NOTE: Some Remotes do not have the capability for performing this operation. See pages 11-58 to determine each remote’s capabilities. Example: INFO

Before Interpolation

After Interpolation

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RED/BLUE 13 x 9 Mode
Select 13 x 9 mode.
Press the button on the remote associated with Blue / 13 x 9 five (5) times. Example: INPUT (x 5)

Select (Red and Green) or (Blue and Green)
Press the button on the remote associated with Color Display Mode (Remove Color), then press the button on the remote associated with Red / 7 x 5, or Blue / 13 x 9. Example: MENU, 0 (Red) or, MENU, INPUT (Blue) Press the Correction Buttons (", !, ', () at the selected adjustment points to align the display with the horizontal and vertical lines of the screen overlay. Use the Cursor Position Buttons (2, 4, 5, 6) to navigate between the adjustment points. Return to the 7 x 5 mode as necessary to perform interpolation calculation. Note: At this point, the Red/Blue crosshatch should be perfectly aligned with the Green. If it is not, return to the 7 x 5 mode or, if necessary, the 3 x 3 mode to make required adjustments, until it matches the Green.

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13 x 9 Mode = 117 Adjustment Points - After Adjustment

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RED/BLUE COMPLETE

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WRITE TO ROM When convergence is complete, write the new data to ROM. Press the button on the remote associated with Write to ROM twice. Example 1: MOVE, MOVE Example 2: PIP MODE, PIP MODE The screen will blank for approx. 20 seconds. When ROM WRITE is complete, green dots will appear on the screen. At this point, pressing the MUTE button will return to the crosshatch display.
1S T B U T T O N P R E S S

R O M W R ITE ?
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INITIALIZE SENSORS When WRITE TO ROM is complete, the Magic Focus Sensors need to be initialized. Press the button on the remote associated with Write to ROM, then press the button on the remote associated with Initialize. Example 1: MOVE, PIP CH Example 2: PIP MODE, PIP CH
1 S T B U TT O N P R E S S

R O M W R ITE?

2N D B U TT O N P R E S S

IN ITIA L
AP P R O X . 90 S E C O N D S

IN ITIALIZE C O M P L E TE

If error codes display after this step, see page 95.

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DCU ERROR CODES
If an error code appears after Magic Focus operation or during the Sensor Initialization procedure, refer to the following table to determine the possible area at fault.

ERROR CODE

ERROR MESSAGE

APPLICATION COUNTERMEASURE
Magic Focus Replace DCU Darken outside light Placement of Sensor Is pattern hitting Sensor? Check connections Replace Sensor Replace Sensor PWB Sensor connections Replace DCU Adjustment check (H / V) Same as Error Code 2 Placement of Sensor Adjustment check (H / V) Conv. Amp Gain check* Same as Error Code 4 Same as Error Code 4 Same as Error Code 2 Input strong strength signal Check conn. DCU/Sensor Input strong strength signal Input standard NTSC signal Sensor Initialize

1

VF Error

X

X

2 DCU ERROR CODES

Connect 1

X

3

A/D Level

X

X X

4

Overflow

5 7 9 10 11

Convergence Operation Connect 2 Noise Sync

X X X X X

X X X X X

* Check convergence yoke return resistor values

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General 2H Model Information Most of the Hitachi 2H (HDTV capable) models require that additional procedures be performed. This is due to the fact that the horizontal or vertical deflection is manipulated in some way, to properly display the input HDTV signal. (An example would be a 4:3 model displaying a 1080i image, which is 16:9) On the older 2H models, (pre-2001) the additional procedure involves simply doing the entire convergence procedure a second time, using a different overlay and engaging the manipulated deflection mode. However, on the newer 2H models, there are other adjustments that need to be performed before even starting the convergence correction procedures, such as DCU Character Set-up, and DCU Pattern Set-up. These additional adjustments are necessary because the same DCU is used in a multitude of cabinet sizes and the light pattern must strike the sensors correctly for Magic Focus to function as well as the correct "wording" must be seen. Understand that as this document is prepared, newer and/or more up to date alignment information can be located on our website, http://www.hitachiserviceusa.com

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DP-85 Procedures The DP-85 has two convergence modes; Normal and Smooth-Wide. Since the TV manipulates the horizontal deflection in Smooth Wide mode only, the technician must converge the unit in both Normal mode and Smooth Wide mode. There are two different overlays to be used. See page 9 for the actual part numbers. Note: This unit has four modes; Normal, Full, Fill, and Smooth-Wide. Normal, Full, and Fill are considered equivalent modes when pertaining to convergence, as only the Smooth-Wide mode manipulates the horizontal deflection by changing the linearity of the horizontal deflection waveform. To access Normal (or Full, or Fill) mode: 1. 2. 3.
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Input an NTSC signal via tuner, composite video, or S-video. Using the remote, press MENU > Preferences > Screen Format > Normal. Press the Service switch.

To access Smooth-Wide mode: 1. 2. 3. Input an NTSC signal via tuner, composite video, or S-video. Using the remote, press MENU > Preferences > Screen Format > Smooth-Wide. Press the Service switch.

Proceed with Digital Convergence Adjustments. It is highly recommended to perform the WRITE TO ROM operation after completing the first of the two mode convergence procedures, otherwise you will run the risk of losing your stored data, if you attempt to engage 3 x 3 mode, which requires clearing the RAM. (continued) 97

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DP-85 Procedures
The DP-85 has an additional feature to be used during convergence that is unique to the Smooth-Wide mode. This is due to the image being noticeably wider than the standard image of the past. (The DP-85 was Hitachi’s first 2H 16:9 model) There is an additional mode or function that can be used when making convergence corrections. This is called the Extended Mode, and is entered by pressing the PIP CH button.

Normal Mode

B

A

A

Extended Mode

B C

A = Two additional Horizontal lines. Not used. B = Two additional Vertical lines. These lines are used to align to the overlay. The proper actual adjustment at the sides will commonly be outside the viewing area of the screen, so these additional lines are used. Note that when adjusting the convergence at the sides, it may take a little longer than usual to get the lines exactly on the grid of the overlay. It’s more important that the lines are straight rather than precisely on the grid. (specification is 1 ~ 2 mm) C = The intersection of dotted lines now includes a solid upper and lower bar which will be either Red, Green, or Blue; depending on which color is being adjusted. In the case of the above example, it is showing green.

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DP-86 Procedures The DP-86 has two convergence modes; Normal (or Progressive) and HD (or High Definition). Since the TV manipulates the horizontal deflection in HD mode by increasing the scanning frequency (from 31.5 KHz to 33.75 KHz), the technician must converge the unit in both Normal mode and HD mode. There are two different overlays to be used. See page 9 for the actual part numbers. To access Normal (or Progressive) mode: 1. 2. Input an NTSC signal via tuner, composite video, or S-video. Press the Service switch.

To access HD mode: 1. 2. Input an ATSC signal of 1080i at the component input connections. Press the Service switch.
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Proceed with Digital Convergence Adjustments. It is highly recommended to perform the WRITE TO ROM operation after completing the first of the two mode convergence procedures, otherwise you will run the risk of losing your stored data, if you attempt to engage 3 x 3 mode, which requires clearing the RAM.

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DP-0x Procedures The DP-0x has two convergence modes; Normal (or Progressive) and HD (or High Definition). Since the TV manipulates the horizontal deflection in HD mode, the technician must converge the unit in both Normal mode and HD mode. There are two different overlays to be used. See page 9 for the actual part numbers. Note 1: The DP-05F does not have the Magic Focus feature, therefore it is unnecessary to initialize the Magic Focus Sensors. (there are none). Note 2: The 61” DP-06 (61SDX01B) does not have it’s own 61” overlays. Use the part number shown on page 9, which happens to be the same 60” overlay used on the previous years model 60SDX88B. Center the overlay on the screen; there will be a 0.5” gap around the overlay. Note 3: There are two adjustments which are unique to the DP-0x series; they are DCU PHASE ADJUST and HORIZONTAL POSITION ADJUST. These must be properly adjusted before starting the convergence correction adjustments. DCU PHASE ADJUST Normal (Progressive) Mode 1. Input an NTSC signal via tuner, composite video, or S-video. 2. Press the Service switch. 3. Press HELP button on remote. (Green crosshatch is displayed) 4. Press EXIT button on remote. (Character pattern is displayed, which is the DCU Phase setting mode) 5. Set PH-H phase data as shown below by using the 4 and 6 button on the remote. 6. Set PH-V phase data as shown below by using the 2 and 5 button on the remote. (continued) 100
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DP-0x Procedures Set CR-H phase data as shown below by using the ' and ( button on the remote. 8. Set CR-V phase data as shown below by using the " and ! button on the remote. 9. Press HELP button on remote to exit from PHASE ADJUST Mode. 10. Press PIP MODE button on remote twice to write the new Phase data to memory. 11. When Green dots appear, press MUTE button on remote to return to DCU adjustment mode. DCU PHASE ADJUST HD Mode 1. Input an ATSC signal of 1080i at the component input connections. 2. Repeat steps 2 - 11 above.
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7.

N O R M AL M O D E

HD MODE

PHASE M ODE PH-H: BB PH-V: 0C CR-H: 4C CR-V: 00

PHASE M O DE PH-H: BB PH-V: 07 CR-H: 4C CR-V: 0C

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DP-0x Procedures
HORIZONTAL POSITION ADJUST Normal (Progressive) Mode 1. Input an NTSC circle pattern test signal. 2. Ensure that the screen format is PROGRESSIVE. 3. Enter the I2C Bus alignment menu and select Item H POSI on Page 2 of Service Menu. 4. Adjust the data so that the left and right hand sides are equal. 5. Press the MENU button to exit from the Service Menu. HORIZONTAL POSITION ADJUST HD Mode 1. Input an ATSC 1080i circle pattern test signal. 2. Ensure that the screen format is HD. 3. Enter the I2C Bus alignment menu and select Item H POSI on Page 2 of Service Menu 4. Adjust the data so that the left and right hand sides are equal. 5. Press the MENU button to exit from the Service Menu. Service Menu access and how to view/change the I2C Data values: PAGE 02 •The Set should be OFF •Press and hold the INPUT but- TA 1300 NTSC ton on the front panel. H POSI 30 •Then press the POWER button. FLEX CONT •Release both buttons. VD-POS 3F •The Service Menu (I2C) should UPD64081 appear on the screen. •To scroll through the Menu use DYGA 09 the " and ! buttons. DCGA 06 •To jump through the Service VAPGA 05 Menu page by page, press the VAPIN 0B MENU button on Remote. •To Adjust Data Values, use the YHCOR 00 ' and ( buttons. Note: Value shown may or may not be typical After making DCU Phase Adjustment and Horizontal Position Adjustment, proceed with convergence correction adjustments.

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DP-14G Procedures
The DP-14G has only one deflection mode however, there are two adjustments which must be properly adjusted before starting the convergence correction adjustments; they are DCU PHASE ADJUST and HORIZONTAL POSITION ADJUST. DCU PHASE ADJUST 1. Input an NTSC signal via tuner, composite video, or S-video. 2. Press the Service switch. 3. Press HELP button on remote. (Green crosshatch is displayed) 4. Press EXIT button on remote. (Character pattern is displayed, which is the DCU Phase setting mode) 5. Set PH-H phase data as shown below by using the 4 and 6 button on the remote. 6. Set PH-V phase data as shown below by using the 2 and 5 button on the remote. 7. Set CR-H phase data as shown below by using the ' and ( button on the remote. 8. Set CR-V phase data as shown below by using the " and ! button on the remote. 9. Press HELP button on remote to exit from PHASE ADJUST Mode. 10. Press PIP MODE button on remote twice to write the new Phase data to memory. 11. When Green dots appear, press MUTE button on remote to return to DCU adjustment mode.

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PHASE MODE PH-H: BF PH-V: 07 CR-H: 4C CR-V: 0C
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DP-14G Procedures
HORIZONTAL POSITION ADJUST 1. Input an NTSC crosshair signal. 2. Press the Service switch to change to internal DCU crosshatch. 3. Mark the center of the DCU crosshatch with your finger. 4. Enter the I2C Bus alignment menu and select Item H POSI. 5. Adjust the data so that the center of NTSC crosshair matches the location found in step 3 above. 6. Press the MENU button to exit from the Service Menu. Service Menu access and how to view/change the I2C Data values: (PAGE 01) •The Set should be OFF •Press and hold the INPUT ADJUST MODE ! SERVICE button on the front panel. •Then press the POWER but- SUB BRT ! ton. ! WHITE BAL •Release both buttons. R DRV (COOL) 3F •The Service Menu (I2C) 3F should appear on the screen. B DRV (COOL) R CUTOFF (COOL) 80 •To scroll through the Menu use the " and ! buttons. G CUTOFF (COOL) 80 •To jump through the Service B CUTOFF (COOL) 80 Menu page by page, press the H POSITION 3F MENU button on Remote. 3F •To Adjust Data Values, use V POSITION the ' and ( buttons. ! FACT RESET Note: Value shown may or may not be typical After making DCU Phase Adjustment and Horizontal Position Adjustment, proceed with convergence correction adjustments. (continued) 104

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DP-14G Procedures
There are two additional adjustments which must be performed when replacing a DCU. These are called DCU Character Set-up, and DCU Pattern Set-up. These adjustments must be performed prior to making convergence corrections. DCU Character Set-up 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.
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Connect NTSC signal. Clear RAM. (page 74) Press FREEZE button on remote. (two additional horizontal lines will appear) Press PIP CH button on remote. ADJ PARAMETER mode will now be displayed. Press " or ! button to scroll through the table. Press ' or ( button to change the data so that it corresponds to the table shown below. Press PIP MODE button twice to write the data to the EEPROM. When Green dots appear, press MUTE button on remote to return to DCU adjustment mode.

ADJ. PARAMETER ROM WRITE? ADJ. DISP SEL. STAT DEMO WAIT 77 00 2F

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DP-14G Procedures
DCU Character Set-up Table
Parameter ADJ.DISP SEL. STAT DEMO WAIT INT STEP 1 INT A DLY INT C DLY INT BAR MGF STEP 1 MGF A DLY MGF C DLY MGF BAR SENSOR CK SENSOR 0 SENSOR 1 SENSOR 2 SENSOR 3 SENSOR 4 SENSOR 5 SENSOR 6 SENSOR 7 AD LEVEL E. DISPLAY ADJ. TIMS AD LEVEL AD NOISE PHASE MOT H. BLK-RV H. BLK-GV H. BLK-BV H. BLK-H PON DELAY IR-CODE INITIAL 50 MGF 50 9 POINT 50 STAT 50 DYNA 50 Normal 77 00 2F 02 0A FA 1C 00 0A FA 0E 00 FF 00 FF 01 FF 06 FF 07 03 00 60 05 80 60 03 01 03 00 0C 00 9E 96 FE FE 9F
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DP-14G Procedures
DCU Pattern Set-up 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Connect NTSC signal. Clear RAM. (page 74) Press FREEZE button on remote. (two additional horizontal lines will appear) Press HELP button on remote. Magic Focus Pattern Mode will now be displayed. Press the 6 button to rotate the arrow. (Arrow indicates each sensor position) Press the buttons shown below to switch colors. STATUS = Green 0 = Red ANT = Blue Press ' or ( button to change the data so that it corresponds to the table shown below. 8. Press " or ! button to scroll vertically (RH, !, RV, for example). 9. Press PIP MODE button twice to write the data to the EEPROM. 10. When Green dots appear, press MUTE button on remote to return to DCU adjustment mode. 7.

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DP-14G Procedures
DCU Pattern Set-up Tables

0

1

2

7

RH : 02 RV : FF

3

6

5

4

43UWX10B ONLY 0 RH RV GH GV BH BV 02 00 02 00 04 03 1 02 00 02 00 FE 00 2 FA 03 FA 03 FC 01 3 FE 00 FE 00 FE 00 4 FC FE FC FE FA 00 5 02 01 00 01 FE 01 6 04 01 04 01 04 FE 7 02 00 02 00 02 00
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53UWX10B / 61UWX10B 0 RH RV GH GV BH BV 02 00 04 02 04 03 1 02 00 00 00 FE 00 2 FA 03 FE 03 FC 01 3 FE 00 FE 00 FE 00 4 FC FE FE 00 FA 00 5 02 01 00 01 FE 01 6 04 01 04 00 04 FE 7 02 00 02 00 02 00

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DP-15 Procedures
The DP-15 has two deflection modes, Normal mode and 1080i Through mode (sometimes called V Squeeze mode). Both modes must be adjusted separately, using separate overlays when applicable. Additionally, there are two adjustments which must be properly adjusted before starting the convergence correction adjustments; they are DCU PHASE ADJUST and HORIZONTAL POSITION ADJUST. DCU PHASE ADJUST Normal Mode 1. Input an NTSC signal via tuner, composite video, or S-video. 2. Press the Service switch. 3. Press HELP button on remote. (Green crosshatch is displayed) 4. Press EXIT button on remote. (Character pattern is displayed, as shown on page 110, which is the DCU Phase setting mode) 5. Set PH-H phase data as shown by using the 4 and 6 button on the remote. 6. Set PH-V phase data as shown by using the 2 and 5 button on the remote. 7. Set CR-H phase data as shown by using the ' and ( button on the remote. 8. Set CR-V phase data as shown by using the " and ! button on the remote. 9. Press HELP button on remote to exit from PHASE ADJUST Mode. 10. Press PIP MODE button on remote twice to write the new Phase data to memory. 11. When Green dots appear, press MUTE button on remote to return to DCU adjustment mode. 12. Continue with 1080i Through Mode.

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DCU PHASE ADJUST 1080i Through Mode 13. Press the EXIT button five (5) times to exit to regular video mode. 14. Change to a 1080i signal. 15. Enter the Customers Menu and select the SET UP tab. 16. Scroll down to PICTURE FORMATS and select ASPECT 5. (1080 Through Mode) 17. Exit from Customer Menu. 18. Press the Service switch. 19. Repeat Steps 3 - 11

PHASE M O DE PH-H: BF PH-V: 07 CR-H: 4C CR-V: 0C

PHASE M ODE PH-H: BF PH-V: 07 CR-H: 4C CR-V: 0C

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N O R M AL M O D E

1080i Thru M ode

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HORIZONTAL POSITION ADJUST Normal Mode 1. Input an NTSC crosshair signal. 2. Press the Service switch to change to internal DCU crosshatch display. 3. Mark the center of the DCU crosshatch with your finger. 4. Enter the I2C Bus alignment menu and select Item H POSI. 5. Adjust the data so that the center of NTSC crosshair matches the location found in step 3 above. 6. Press the MENU button to exit from the Service Menu. HORIZONTAL POSITION ADJUST 1080i Through Mode 1. Receive any 1080i (2.14H) signal. 2. Change Screen Format to display 16X9 HD mode. 3. Press the Service switch to change to internal DCU crosshatch display. 4. Mark the center of the DCU crosshatch with your finger. 5. Enter the I2C Bus alignment menu and select Item H POSI. 6. Press SELECT key on R/C. (H POSI) option is changed to HD mode. H POSI H appears). The data for H POSI 16X9 HD mode can now be changed. 7. Adjust the data so that the center of NTSC crosshair matches the location found in step 4 above. 8. Press the MENU button to exit from the Service Menu.

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Service Menu access and how to view/change the I2C Data values: •The Set should be OFF •Press and hold the INPUT button on the front panel. •Then press the POWER button. •Release both buttons. •The Service Menu (I2C) should appear on the screen. •To scroll through the Menu use the " and ! buttons. •To jump through the Service Menu page by page, press the MENU button on Remote. •To Adjust Data Values, use the ' and ( buttons. Note: Values shown below may or may not be typical After making DCU Phase Adjustment and Horizontal Position Adjustment, proceed with convergence correction adjustments. Normal Mode
(PAGE 01) ADJUST MODE SERVICE SUB BRT WHITE BAL R DRV (COOL) B DRV (COOL) R CUTOFF (COOL) G CUTOFF (COOL) B CUTOFF (COOL) ! ! ! 3F 3F 80 80 80

1080i Through Mode
(PAGE 01) ADJUST MODE SERVICE SUB BRT WHITE BAL R DRV (COOL) B DRV (COOL) R CUTOFF (COOL) G CUTOFF (COOL) B CUTOFF (COOL) ! ! ! 3F 3F 80 80 80

H POSI
V POSITION FACT RESET

3F
3F !

H POSI H
V POSITION FACT RESET

3F
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DP-15 Procedures
There are two additional adjustments which must be performed when replacing a DCU. These are called DCU Character Set-up, and DCU Pattern Set-up. These adjustments must be performed prior to making convergence corrections. DCU Character Set-up Normal Mode 1. Connect NTSC signal. 2. Clear RAM. (page 74) 3. Press FREEZE button on remote. (two additional horizontal lines will appear) 4. Press PIP CH button on remote. ADJ PARAMETER mode will now be displayed as shown at right. 5. Press " or ! button to scroll through the applicable table on the following pages. 6. Press ' or ( button to change the data so that it corresponds to the applicable table shown on the following pages. 7. Press PIP MODE button twice to write the data to the EEPROM. 8. When Green dots appear, press MUTE button on remote to return to data display mode. 9. Press PIP CH button to return to Display with extra lines mode. 10. Press FREEZE button to return to normal DCU grid display. 11. Continue with 1080i through mode at this point.

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DCU Character Set-up 1080i Through Mode 12. Press the EXIT button five (5) times to exit to regular video mode. 13. Change to a 1080i signal. 14. Enter the Customers Menu and select the SET UP tab. 15. Scroll down to PICTURE FORMATS and select ASPECT 5. (1080 Through Mode) 16. Exit from Customer Menu. 17. Press the Service switch. 18. Repeat Steps 3 - 10 for 1080i Through Mode. 19. Power off the TV to exit.
ADJ. PARAMETER ROM WRITE?
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77 00 2F

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DCU Character Set-up Tables
DP-15 53UDX10B, 61UDX10B 1080i Normal through ADJ.DISP 77 SEL. STAT 00 DEMO WAIT 2F INT STEP 1 02 Parameter INT A DLY INT C DLY INT BAR MGF STEP 1 MGF A DLY MGF C DLY MGF BAR SENSOR CK SENSOR 0 SENSOR 1 SENSOR 2 SENSOR 3 SENSOR 4 SENSOR 5 SENSOR 6 SENSOR 7 AD LEVEL E. DISPLAY ADJ. TIMS AD LEVEL AD NOISE PHASE MOT H. BLK-RV H. BLK-GV H. BLK-BV H. BLK-H PON DELAY IR-CODE INITIAL 50 MGF 50 9 POINT 50 STAT 50 DYNA 50 0A FA 1C 00 0A FA 0E 00 FF 00 FF 01 FF 06 FF 07 03 00 60 5 80 60 06 01 06 00 0C 00 9E 96 FE FE 9F 03 03 DP-15K 43FDX15B, 43FDX20B 1080i Normal Through ADJ.DISP 77 77 DEMO WAIT 2F 2F INT START 03 03 V. SQUEEZE F0 F1 Parameter INT INT INT INT STEP 1 STEP 2 BAR DELAY 02 06 30 01 00 06 1B 01 00 00 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 03 01 00 60 05 0A 60 05 01 05 00 0C 00 9E 96 FE FE 9F 02 06 30 01 00 06 1B 01 00 00 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 03 01 00 60 05 0A 60 03 01 03 00 0C 00 9E 96 FE FE 9F

MGF STEP 1 MGF STEP 2 MFG BAR MGF DELAY SENSOR CK PORT 0 PORT 1 PORT 2 PORT PORT PORT PORT 3 4 5 6

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PORT 7 AD LEVEL CENT BAL E. DISPLAY E. ADJ. TIMS E. AD LEVEL E. AD NOISE PHASE MOT H. BLK-RV H. BLK-GV H. BLK-BV H. BLK-H PON DELAY IR CODE INITIAL 50 MGF 50 CENTER 50 STAT 50 DYNA 50

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DCU Character Set-up Tables
DP-15H 53FDX20B Parameter ADJ.DISP DEMO WAIT INT START V. SQUEEZE INT STEP 1 INT STEP 2 INT BAR INT DELAY MGF STEP 1 MGF STEP 2 MFG BAR MGF DELAY SENSOR CK PORT 0 PORT 1 PORT 2 PORT 3 PORT 4 PORT 5 PORT 6 PORT 7 AD LEVEL CENT BAL E. DISPLAY E. ADJ. TIMS E. AD LEVEL E. AD NOISE PHASE MOT H. BLK-RV H. BLK-GV H. BLK-BV H. BLK-H PON DELAY IR CODE INITIAL 50 MGF 50 CENTER 50 STAT 50 DYNA 50 Normal 77 2F 03 F0 02 06 30 01 00 06 1B 01 00 00 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 03 01 00 60 05 0A 60 06 01 06 00 0C 00 9E 96 FE FE 9F 1080i Through 77 2F 03 F1 02 06 30 01 00 06 1B 01 00 00 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 03 01 00 60 05 0A 60 03 01 03 00 0C 00 9E 96 FE FE 9F DP-15J 53SDX20B, 53SDX20BB 1080i Parameter Normal Through ADJ.DISP 77 77 DEMO WAIT INT START V. SQUEEZE INT STEP 1 INT STEP 2 INT BAR INT DELAY MGF STEP 1 MGF STEP 2 MFG BAR MGF DELAY SENSOR CK PORT 0 PORT 1 PORT 2 PORT 3 PORT 4 PORT 5 PORT 6 PORT 7 AD LEVEL CENT BAL E. DISPLAY E. ADJ. TIMS E. AD LEVEL E. AD NOISE PHASE MOT H. BLK-RV H. BLK-GV H. BLK-BV H. BLK-H PON DELAY IR CODE INITIAL 50 MGF 50 CENTER 50 STAT 50 DYNA 50 2F 03 F0 02 06 2A 01 00 06 1B 01 00 00 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 03 00 00 60 05 0A 60 06 01 06 00 0C 00 9E 96 FE FE 9F 2F 03 F1 02 06 2A 01 00 06 1B 01 00 00 01 02 03 05 06 07 03 00 00 60 05 0A 60 03 01 03 00 0C 00 9E 96 FE FE 9F
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DCU Pattern Set-up Normal Mode 1. Connect NTSC signal. 2. Clear RAM. (page 74) 3. Press FREEZE button on remote. (two additional horizontal lines will appear) 4. Press HELP button on remote. Magic Focus Pattern Mode will now be displayed as shown at right. 5. Press the 6 button to rotate the arrow. (Arrow indicates each sensor position) 6. Press the buttons shown below to switch colors. • STATUS = Green • 0 = Red • ANT = Blue 7.
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8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13.

Press ' or ( button to change the data so that it corresponds to the applicable table shown on the following pages. Press " or ! button to scroll vertically (RH, !, RV, for example). Press PIP MODE button twice to write the data to the EEPROM. When Green dots appear, press MUTE button on remote to return to data display mode. Press PIP CH button to return to Display with extra lines mode. Press FREEZE button to return to normal DCU grid display. Continue with 1080i through mode at this point.

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DCU Pattern Set-up 1080i Through Mode 14. Press the EXIT button five (5) times to exit to regular video mode. 15. Change to a 1080i signal. 16. Enter the Customers Menu and select the SET UP tab. 17. Scroll down to PICTURE FORMATS and select ASPECT 5. (1080 Through Mode) 18. Exit from Customer Menu. 19. Press the Service switch. 20. Repeat Steps 3 - 12 for 1080i Through Mode.

0

1

2

7

RH : 02 RV : FF

3

6

5

4

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DCU Pattern Set-up Tables - Normal Mode
0 X X X X X X DP-15 CHASSIS: NORMAL MODE 1 2 3 4 5 02 X FE X 02 01 X 00 X FF 00 X FE X 00 01 X 00 X FF 00 X FE X 00 01 X 00 X FF X = Not in use DP-15K CHASSIS: NORMAL MODE 1 2 3 4 5 02 F6 FA F8 02 FE 04 00 FC 01 00 FC 00 FC 00 FE 01 00 FE 02 FE FC 00 FC FE FE 01 00 00 02 6 X X X X X X 7 04 00 04 00 04 00

RH RV GH GV BH BV

RH RV GH GV BH BV
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0 06 FF 04 00 06 03

6 08 00 06 FE 06 FE

7 02 00 02 00 02 00

RH RV GH GV BH BV

0 04 02 04 04 06 06

DP-15J CHASSIS: NORMAL MODE 1 2 3 4 5 6 02 FC 00 FC 02 06 FF 06 00 F9 00 FD 00 FC 00 FE 00 04 00 04 00 FB 00 FB FE FC 00 FE FE 06 FF 03 00 FD 00 F9

7 02 00 02 00 04 00

RH RV GH GV BH BV

0 06 02 06 03 06 04

DP-15H CHASSIS: NORMAL MODE 1 2 3 4 5 6 02 FC FC FA 02 06 FF 04 00 FB 00 FD 00 FA FE FC 00 06 FF 03 00 FD 00 FD FE FA FE FA FE 06 FF 01 00 FE 00 FC

7 02 00 02 00 04 00

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DCU Pattern Set-up Tables - 1080i Through Mode
0 X X X X X X DP-15 CHASSIS: 1080i THROUGH MODE 1 2 3 4 5 6 02 X FA X 02 X 00 X 00 X 00 X 00 X FA X 00 X 00 X 00 X 02 X 00 X FA X 00 X 00 X 00 X 00 X 7 06 00 06 00 06 00

RH RV GH GV BH BV

X = Not in use
DP-15K CHASSIS: 1080i THROUGH MODE: 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 06 02 F6 F8 F6 02 04 FE FF 04 01 FC 03 02 06 00 FC FC FC 00 06 01 FE 00 01 FF 03 00 06 FE FC FC FC FE 06 04 FE FE 01 00 02 FF

RH RV GH GV BH BV

7 04 01 04 01 06 01
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RH RV GH GV BH BV

DP-15J CHASSIS: 1080i THROUGH MODE 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 06 02 FC 00 FC 02 08 02 FF 08 00 F7 01 FD 06 00 FC 00 FE 00 06 05 FF 06 00 FA 01 FA 08 FE FC 00 FE FE 08 09 FE 03 00 FD 01 F7

7 02 00 02 00 04 00

RH RV GH GV BH BV

DP-15H CHASSIS: 1080i THROUGH MODE 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 04 02 FC FE FC 02 06 FF FF 05 00 FA 01 FF 06 00 FC 00 FE 00 06 02 FF 03 00 FC 01 FC 08 FE FC 00 FE FE 08 06 FE 02 00 FF 01 F9

7 02 00 02 00 04 00

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DP-17 Procedures
The DP-17 has only one deflection mode however, there are two adjustments which must be properly adjusted before starting the convergence correction adjustments; they are DCU PHASE ADJUST and HORIZONTAL POSITION ADJUST. DCU PHASE ADJUST 1. Input an NTSC signal via tuner, composite video, or S-video. 2. Press the Service switch. 3. Press HELP button on remote. (Green crosshatch is displayed) 4. Press EXIT button on remote. (Character pattern is displayed, which is the DCU Phase setting mode) 5. Set PH-H phase data as shown below by using the 4 and 6 button on the remote. 6. Set PH-V phase data as shown below by using the 2 and 5 button on the remote. 7. Set CR-H phase data as shown below by using the ' and ( button on the remote. 8. Set CR-V phase data as shown below by using the " and ! button on the remote. 9. Press HELP button on remote to exit from PHASE ADJUST Mode. 10. Press PIP MODE button on remote twice to write the new Phase data to memory. 11. When Green dots appear, press MUTE button on remote to return to DCU adjustment mode.

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PHASE M O DE PH-H: BF PH-V: 07 CR-H: 4C CR-V: 0C
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HORIZONTAL POSITION ADJUST 1. Input an NTSC crosshair signal. 2. Press the Service switch to change to internal DCU crosshatch. 3. Mark the center of the DCU crosshatch with your finger. 4. Enter the I2C Bus alignment menu and select Item H POSI. 5. Adjust the data so that the center of NTSC crosshair matches the location found in step 3 above. 6. Press the MENU button to exit from the Service Menu. Service Menu access and how to view/change the I2C Data values: •The Set should be OFF (PAGE 01) •Press and hold the INPUT ADJUST MODE button on the front panel. ! •Then press the POWER SERVICE button. ! SUB BRT •Release both buttons. ! WHITE BAL •The Service Menu (I2C) R DRV (COOL) 3F should appear on the B DRV (COOL) 3F screen. R CUTOFF (COOL) 80 •To scroll through the Menu use the " and ! buttons. G CUTOFF (COOL) 80 •To jump through the Ser- B CUTOFF (COOL) 80 vice Menu page by page, H POSITION 3F press the MENU button on V POSITION 3F Remote. ! •To Adjust Data Values, use FACT RESET the ' and ( buttons. Note: Value shown may or may not be typical After making DCU Phase Adjustment and Horizontal Position Adjustment, proceed with convergence correction adjustments. (continued) 122

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DP-17 Procedures There are two additional adjustments which must be performed when replacing a DCU. These are called DCU Character Set-up, and DCU Pattern Set-up. These adjustments must be performed prior to making convergence corrections. DCU Character Set-up 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.
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Connect NTSC signal. Clear RAM. (page 74) Press FREEZE button on remote. (two additional horizontal lines will appear) Press PIP CH button on remote. ADJ PARAMETER mode will now be displayed. Press " or ! button to scroll through the table. Press ' or ( button to change the data so that it corresponds to the table shown below. Press PIP MODE button twice to write the data to the EEPROM. When Green dots appear, press MUTE button on remote to return to DCU adjustment mode.

ADJ. PARAMETER ROM WRITE? ADJ. DISP SEL. STAT DEMO WAIT 77 2F 03

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Parameter ADJ.DISP SEL. STAT DEMO WAIT INT STEP 1 INT A DLY INT C DLY INT BAR INT DELAY MGF STEP 1 MGF STEP 2 MGF BAR MGF DLAY SENSOR CK SENSOR 0 SENSOR 1 SENSOR 2 SENSOR 3 SENSOR 4 SENSOR 5 SENSOR 6 SENSOR 7 AD LEVEL CENT BAL E. DISPLAY E. ADJ. TIMS E. AD LEVEL E. AD NOISE PHASE MOT H. BLK-RV H. BLK-GV H. BLK-BV H. BLK-H PON DELAY IR-CODE INITIAL 50 MGF 50 CENTER 50 STAT 50 DYNA 50 Normal 77 2F 03 F0 02 06 30 01 00 06 1B 01 00 00 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 03 01 00 60 05 0A 60 03 01 03 00 0C 00 9E 96 FE FE 9F

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DP-17 Procedures DCU Pattern Set-up 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Connect NTSC signal. Clear RAM. (page 74) Press FREEZE button on remote. (two additional horizontal lines will appear) Press HELP button on remote. Magic Focus Pattern Mode will now be displayed. Press the 6 button to rotate the arrow. (Arrow indicates each sensor position) Press the buttons shown below to switch colors. STATUS = Green 0 = Red ANT = Blue Press ' or ( button to change the data so that it corresponds to the table shown below. 8. Press " or ! button to scroll vertically (RH, !, RV, for example). 9. Press PIP MODE button twice to write the data to the EEPROM. 10. When Green dots appear, press MUTE button on remote to return to DCU adjustment mode. 7.

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0

1

2

7

RH : 04 RV : 01

3

6

5

4

DP-17 Chassis: Normal Mode 0 RH RV GH GV BH BV 04 01 04 01 04 02 1 02 00 00 00 FE 00 2 FE 03 FE 02 FE 01 3 00 01 00 01 00 01 4 FE FE FE FF FE FF 5 02 02 00 02 FE 02 6 04 00 04 00 04 FF 7 02 00 02 01 02 01
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DP-23/23G/23K/24 Procedures
The DP-23/23G/23K/24 has only one deflection mode however, there are two adjustments which must be properly adjusted before starting the convergence correction adjustments; they are DCU PHASE ADJUST and HORIZONTAL POSITION ADJUST. DCU PHASE ADJUST 1. Input an NTSC signal via tuner, composite video, or S-video. 2. Press the Service switch. 3. Press CBL/SAT, [VID2] button on remote. (Green crosshatch is displayed) 4. Press EXIT button on remote. (Character pattern is displayed, which is the DCU Phase setting mode) 5. Set PH-H phase data as shown below by using the 4 and 6 button on the remote. 6. Set PH-V phase data as shown below by using the 2 and 5 button on the remote. 7. Set CR-H phase data as shown below by using the ' and ( button on the remote. 8. Set CR-V phase data as shown below by using the " and ! button on the remote. 9. Press CBL/SAT, VID2 button on remote to exit from PHASE ADJUST Mode. 10. Press PIP MODE button on remote twice to write the new Phase data to memory. 11. When Green dots appear, press MUTE button on remote to return to DCU adjustment mode.

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PHASE MODE PH-H: CD PH-V: 04 CR-H: 35 CR-V: 0A
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HORIZONTAL POSITION ADJUST 1. Input an NTSC crosshair signal. 2. Press the Service switch to change to internal DCU crosshatch. 3. Mark the center of the DCU crosshatch with your finger. 4. Enter the I2C Bus alignment menu and select Item H POSITION. 5. Adjust the data so that the center of NTSC crosshair matches the location found in step 3 above. 6. Press the MENU button to exit from the Service Menu. Service Menu access and how to view/change the I2C Data values: •The Set should be OFF •Press and hold the INPUT (PAGE 01) button on the front panel. ADJUST MODE •Then press the POWER SERVICE ! button. ! SUB BRT •Release both buttons. ! WHITE BAL •The Service Menu (I2C) R DRV (COOL) 3F should appear on the B DRV (COOL) 3F screen. •To scroll through the Menu R CUTOFF (COOL) 80 use the " and ! buttons. G CUTOFF (COOL) 80 •To jump through the Ser- B CUTOFF (COOL) 80 vice Menu page by page, 3F press the MENU button on H POSITION V POSITION 3F Remote. ! •To Adjust Data Values, use FACT RESET the ' and ( buttons. Note: Value shown may or may not be typical After making DCU Phase Adjustment and Horizontal Position Adjustment, proceed with convergence correction adjustments. (continued) 128

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DP-23/23G/23K/24 Procedures
There are two additional adjustments which must be performed when replacing a DCU. These are called DCU Character Set-up, and DCU Pattern Set-up. These adjustments must be performed prior to making convergence corrections. DCU Character Set-up 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.
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Connect NTSC signal. Clear RAM. (page 74) Press FREEZE button on remote. (two additional horizontal lines will appear) Press PIP CH button on remote. ADJ PARAMETER mode will now be displayed. Press " or ! button to scroll through the table. Press ' or ( button to change the data so that it corresponds to the table shown below. Press PIP MODE button twice to write the data to the EEPROM. When Green dots appear, press MUTE button on remote to return to DCU adjustment mode.

ADJ. PARAMETER ROM WRITE? ADJ. DISP DEMO WAIT INT. START V. SQUEEZE 77 2F 03 F0

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DCU Character Set-up Tables
Parameter ADJ.DISP DEMO WAIT INT. START V. SQUEEZE INT STEP 1 INT STEP 2 INT BAR INT DELAY MGF STEP 1 MGF STEP 2 MGF BAR MGF DELAY SEL. STAT LINE WID ADD LINE SENSOR CK PORT 0 PORT 1 PORT 2 PORT 3 PORT 4 PORT 5 PORT 6 PORT 7 AD LEVEL CENT BAL E. DISPLAY E. ADJ. TIMS E. AD LEVEL E. AD NOISE PHASE MOT H. BLK-RV H. BLK-GV H. BLK-BV H. BLK-H PON DELAY IR-CODE INITIAL 50 MGF 50 CENTER 50 STAT 50 DYNA 50 DP23/23G Normal 77 2F 03 F0 02 06 28 01 00 06 1B 01 00 1F 09 00 07 06 05 04 03 02 01 00 03 00 00 60 05 0A 60 00 01 00 00 0C 00 9E 96 FE FE 9F DP23K/DP24 Normal 77 2F 03 F0 02 06 25 01 00 06 1B 01 00 1F 09 00 07 06 05 04 03 02 01 00 03 01 00 60 05 0A 60 00 01 00 00 0C 00 9E 96 FE FE 9F

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DP-23/23G/23K/24 Procedures
DCU Pattern Set-up 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Connect NTSC signal. Clear RAM. (page 74) Press FREEZE button on remote. (two additional horizontal lines will appear) Press CBL/SAT, VID2 button on remote. Magic Focus Pattern Mode will now be displayed. Press the 6 button to rotate the arrow. (Arrow indicates each sensor position) Press the buttons shown below to switch colors. INFO = Green 0 = Red ANT = Blue Press ' or ( button to change the data so that it corresponds to the table shown below. 8. Press " or ! button to scroll vertically (RH, !, RV, for example). 9. Press PIP MODE button twice to write the data to the EEPROM. 10. When Green dots appear, press MUTE button on remote to return to DCU adjustment mode. 7.

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DCU Pattern Set-up Tables
0 1 2

7

RH : 04 RV : 01

3

6

5

4

DP-23/23G Chassis: Normal Mode 0 RH RV GH GV BH BV 04 03 04 04 06 06 1 02 00 00 00 FE 00 2 FC 07 FE 06 FC 04 3 FE 01 00 01 00 01 4 FC FB FE FC FE FE 5 02 01 00 01 FE 01 6 02 FE 02 FE 04 FB 7 02 01 02 01 02 01
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DP-23K Chassis: Normal Mode 0 RH RV GH GV BH BV 04 03 04 04 04 06 1 02 01 00 01 FE 01 2 FE 06 FE 05 FE 04 3 00 01 00 01 02 01 4 FE FC FE FD 00 FF 5 02 01 00 01 FE 01 6 04 FF 04 FD 04 FD 7 02 01 02 01 02 01

DP-24 Chassis: Normal Mode 0 RH RV GH GV BH BV 04 03 04 04 04 06 1 02 01 00 01 FE 01 2 FE 06 FE 05 FE 04 3 00 01 00 01 02 01 4 FE FC FE FD 00 FF 5 02 01 00 01 FE 01 6 04 FF 02 FD 04 FD 7 02 01 02 01 02 01

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DP-26/27/27D Procedures
The DP-26/27/27D has only one deflection mode however, there are two adjustments which must be properly adjusted before starting the convergence correction adjustments; they are DCU PHASE ADJUST and HORIZONTAL POSITION ADJUST. DCU PHASE ADJUST 1. Input an NTSC signal via tuner, composite video, or S-video. 2. Press the Service switch. 3. Press AV NET button on remote. (Green crosshatch is displayed) 4. Press EXIT button on remote. (Character pattern is displayed, which is the DCU Phase setting mode) 5. Set PH-H phase data as shown below by using the 4 and 6 button on the remote. 6. Set PH-V phase data as shown below by using the 2 and 5 button on the remote. 7. Set CR-H phase data as shown below by using the ' and ( button on the remote. 8. Set CR-V phase data as shown below by using the " and ! button on the remote. 9. Press AV NET button on remote to exit from PHASE ADJUST Mode. 10. Press PIP MODE button on remote twice to write the new Phase data to memory. 11. When Green dots appear, press MUTE button on remote to return to DCU adjustment mode.

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PHASE MODE PH-H: CD PH-V: 04 CR-H: 35 CR-V: 0A
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DP-26/27/27D Procedures
HORIZONTAL POSITION ADJUST 1. Input an NTSC crosshair signal. 2. Press the Service switch to change to internal DCU crosshatch. 3. Mark the center of the DCU crosshatch with your finger. 4. Enter the I2C Bus alignment menu and select Item H POSITION. 5. Adjust the data so that the center of NTSC crosshair matches the location found in step 3 above. 6. Press the MENU button to exit from the Service Menu. Service Menu access and how to view/change the I2C Data values: •The Set should be OFF •Press and hold the INPUT (PAGE 01) button on the front panel. ADJUST MODE •Then press the POWER SERVICE ! button. ! SUB BRT •Release both buttons. ! WHITE BAL •The Service Menu (I2C) R DRV (COOL) 3F should appear on the B DRV (COOL) 3F screen. •To scroll through the Menu R CUTOFF (COOL) 80 use the " and ! buttons. G CUTOFF (COOL) 80 •To jump through the Ser- B CUTOFF (COOL) 80 vice Menu page by page, 3F press the MENU button on H POSITION V POSITION 3F Remote. ! •To Adjust Data Values, use FACT RESET the ' and ( buttons. Note: Value shown may or may not be typical After making DCU Phase Adjustment and Horizontal Position Adjustment, proceed with convergence correction adjustments. 134

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DP-26/27/27D Procedures
There are two additional adjustments which must be performed when replacing a DCU. These are called DCU Character Set-up, and DCU Pattern Set-up. These adjustments must be performed prior to making convergence corrections. DCU Character Set-up 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.
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Connect NTSC signal. Clear RAM. (page 74) Press FREEZE button on remote. (two additional horizontal lines will appear) Press PIP CH button on remote. ADJ PARAMETER mode will now be displayed. Press " or ! button to scroll through the table. Press ' or ( button to change the data so that it corresponds to the table shown below. Press PIP MODE button twice to write the data to the EEPROM. When Green dots appear, press MUTE button on remote to return to DCU adjustment mode.

ADJ. PARAMETER ROM WRITE? ADJ. DISP DEMO WAIT INT. START V. SQUEEZE 77 2F 03 F0

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DCU Character Set-up Table
Parameter ADJ.DISP DEMO WAIT INT. START V. SQUEEZE INT STEP 1 INT STEP 2 INT BAR INT DELAY MGF STEP 1 MGF STEP 2 MGF BAR MGF DELAY SEL. STAT LINE WID ADD LINE SENSOR CK PORT 0 PORT 1 PORT 2 PORT 3 PORT 4 PORT 5 PORT 6 PORT 7 AD LEVEL CENT BAL E. DISPLAY ADJ. TIMS AD LEVEL AD NOISE PHASE MOT H. BLK-RV H. BLK-GV H. BLK-BV H. BLK-H PON DELAY IR-CODE INITIAL 50 MGF 50 CENTER 50 STAT 50 DYNA 50 DP26/27/27D Normal 77 2F 03 F0 02 06 28 01 00 06 1B 01 00 1F 09 00 07 06 05 04 03 02 01 00 03 00 00 60 05 0A 60 00 01 00 00 0C 00 9E 96 FE FE 9F

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DCU Pattern Set-up 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Connect NTSC signal. Clear RAM. (page 74) Press FREEZE button on remote. (two additional horizontal lines will appear) Press AV NET button on remote. Magic Focus Pattern Mode will now be displayed. Press the 6 button to rotate the arrow. (Arrow indicates each sensor position) Press the buttons shown below to switch colors. INFO = Green 0 = Red ANT = Blue Press ' or ( button to change the data so that it corresponds to the table shown below. 8. Press " or ! button to scroll vertically (RH, !, RV, for example). 9. Press PIP MODE button twice to write the data to the EEPROM. 10. When Green dots appear, press MUTE button on remote to return to DCU adjustment mode. 7.

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DCU Pattern Set-up Table

0

1

2

7

RH : 04 RV : 01

3

6

5

4

DP-26/27/27D Chassis: Normal Mode 0 RH RV GH GV BH BV 04 03 04 04 06 06 1 02 00 00 00 FE 00 2 FC 07 FE 06 FC 04 3 FE 01 00 01 00 01 4 FC FB FE FC FE FE 5 02 01 00 01 FE 01 6 02 FE 02 FE 04 FB 7 02
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