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SERVICE MANUAL Colour Television

FILE NO.

Model No. 29-F5BA

(Argentina)

Service Ref. No. 29-F5BA-00

29-F5BA-01

VIDEO POWER 1 2 3 456 SLEEP 78 9 MUTE DISPLAY CH-RECALL 0 CH IMAGE
VIDEO
POWER
1
2
3
456
SLEEP
78
9
MUTE
DISPLAY CH-RECALL
0
CH
IMAGE
VOL
VOL
MENU
CH
JXVD
Specifications
Product Code: 1 113 338 00
Power Source
Receiving System
.AC220V, 50Hz / 60Hz
.PAL (N/N, M/M), NTSC (M/M)
Original Version
Channel Coverage

Antenna mode VHF: 02-13, UHF: 14-69

CATV mode

VHF band: 01-13, Mid band: 14-22 Super band: 23-36, Hyper band: 37-94

Ultra band: 100-125

Low mid band: 01 and 95-99

Video IF

.45.75MHz

Sound IF

.41.25MHz

Aerial Input Impedance

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.75

Ext. Terminals Video inputs: Phono jack 2(1Vp - p, 75Ω) S-Video terminal (DIN 4 pin, separate Y/C signal input) 1 Audio inputs: Phono jack (R/L) 2 (436mVrms, more than 40KΩ) Video monitor outputs: Phono jack 1(1Vp - p, 75Ω)

Audio monitor outputs: Phono jack (R/L) 1 (436mVrms, less than 600Ω) Variable Audio Output: Phono jack (R/L) 1 (less than 1 K)

Sound Output (RMS) Dimensions Weight

.5W + 5W .768(W) 617.5(H) 487(D)mm .approx. 35.7Kg

Specifications subject to change without notice.

F5BA/F5BAS

Chassis Series: LB1-A

Give complete “SERVICE REF. NO.” for parts order or servicing. It is shown on the rating plate at the cabinet back of the unit.

This T.V. receiver will not work properly in foreign countries where the television transmission system and power source dif- fer from the design specifications. Refer to the specification table.

Contents

Safety Notice

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Chassis Block Diagram

 

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3-4

IC Block Diagrams

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5-8

Service Adjustments

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Service Information

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10

Adjustment in the Service Mode

 

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11-14

Mechanical Disassemblies

 

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15

. Chassis Electrical Parts List

Cabinet Parts List

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17-26

Safety Notice

SAFETY PRECAUTIONS

1: An isolation transformer should be connected in the power line between the receiver and the AC line when a service is performed on the primary of the converter transformer of the set.

2: Comply with all caution and safety-related notes pro- vided on the cabinet back, inside the cabinet, on the chassis or the picture tube.

3: When replacing a chassis in the cabinet, always be certain that all the protective devices are installed properly, such as, control knobs, adjustment covers

or shields, barriers, isolation resistor-capacitor net-

Before returning any television to the

customer, the service technician must be sure that it is completely safe to operate without danger of electrical shock.

works etc

X-RADIATION PRECAUTION

The primary source of X-RADIATION in television receiver is the picture tube. The picture tube is specially con- structed to limit X-RADIATION emissions. For continued X-RADIATION protection, the replacement tube must be the same type as the original including suffix letter. Excessive high voltage may produce potentially hazardous X - RADIATION. To avoid such hazards, the high voltage must be maintained within specified limit. Refer to this ser- vice manual, high voltage adjustment for specific high voltage limit. If high voltage exceeds specified limits, take necessary corrective action. Carefully follow the instructions for + B1 volt power supply adjustment, and high volt- age check to maintain the high voltage within the specified limits.

PRODUCT SAFETY NOTICE

Product safety should be considered when a component replacement is made in any area of a receiver. Components indicated by mark in the parts list and the schematic diagram designate components in which safety can be of special significance. It is particularly recommended that only parts designated on the parts list in this manual be used for component replacement designated by mark . No deviations from resistance wattage or voltage ratings may be made for replacement items designated by mark .

by mark . No deviations from resistance wattage or voltage ratings may be made for replacement
by mark . No deviations from resistance wattage or voltage ratings may be made for replacement
by mark . No deviations from resistance wattage or voltage ratings may be made for replacement

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Chassis Block Diagrams (Main Signal Processing Circuit)

AC

IC201 R OUT IF/VIDEO/CHROMA Q705 SAW FILTER A101 R-Y IF IN 35 IC801 TUNER X161
IC201
R
OUT
IF/VIDEO/CHROMA
Q705
SAW FILTER
A101
R-Y
IF IN
35
IC801
TUNER
X161
47/48
-YG
G
OUT
34
Q901
CPU
Q703
CRT
-YB
33
IC802
ANALOGUE-BUS DATA
23
19
-Y
B OUT
MEMORY
32
Q701
ANALOGUE-BUS ADDRESS
B-Y
24
BUS SDA
18
36
3
H.V.
5
2
R-Y
IC271
SIF
SIF IN
37
1
BUS SCL
1H DELAY
6
3
FILTER
1
B-Y
38
5
4.5MHz
DY
IC501
-YR
39
7
VIDEO OUT
(WITH SIF CARRIER)
VERT. OUT
VERT. DY
8
VERT. DRIVE
20
122
HORIZ. DY
INT. VIDEO IN
SOUND
10
HORIZ.
HORIZ.
T451
CARRIER
FBT
HORIZ.
DRIVE
OUT
TRAP
R
IN
4.5MHz
DRIVE
31
25
Q431
Q432
R
(OSD)
G
IN
30
FOCUS
27
VIDEO MONITOR OUT
G
(OSD)
16
B
IN
28
29
SCREEN
B
13
51
(OSD)
14
29
EXT. VIDEO
IN
7
AMORHC-S
IC1101
AV SW
IC001
IC3401
3
1
Y
MTS DECODER
AUDIO
AMP.
SP901
R-OUT
7
R-OUT
25
5
8
SDA
22
SP902
IIC BUS
L-OUT
SCL
L-OUT
23
26
1
10
NIAMORHC-S
IC651
REG.
39
T611
1
5V3
38
OEDIV1VA
CONVERTER
40
37
TRANS.
15V
OEDIV2VA
36
41
9V
POWER
30V (AUDIO)
TUOOIDUA
SUPPLY
CIRCUIT
24V (VERT.)
S-TERMINAL
V
L
R
V
L
R
L
R
V
L
R
130V
AV1
INPUT
AV2
INPUT
MONITOR OUT
VARIABLE
(MAIN HIGH)
(REAR)
(FRONT)
(REAR)
AUDIO OUT
(REAR)

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Chassis Block Diagrams (System Control)

TUNER

A101

IF IN

CAPTION ENABLE (ENABLE=LOW)

SOUND MUTE OUT (MUTE=HIGH)

PIP ENABLE (ENABLE=LOW)

PLL ENABLE OUT (ENABLE=HIGH)

PLL CLOCK OUT

PLL DATA OUT

40

34

39
35

30
29

52

48
47

45
44

51
49

46
43

42

28
27

5

6

IC801

CPU

25
26

24

19 23

32

17

15

41

11 13

10

16

18

2
3

7

8 1

ON-TIMER LED DRIVE

CAPTION OPTION (CAPTION=LOW) PIP OPTION (PIP=LOW) IC201 IF IDENT IN (NO SIGNAL=LOW) IF/VIDEO/ CHROMA COLOR
CAPTION OPTION (CAPTION=LOW)
PIP OPTION (PIP=LOW)
IC201
IF IDENT IN (NO SIGNAL=LOW)
IF/VIDEO/
CHROMA
COLOR KILLER IN (COLOR ID=HIGH)
SYNC. ID IN (NO SYNC.=HIGH)
AC SWITCH OPTION
(MECHA.SW=LOW, SOFT SW=HIGH))
RC SIGNAL IN (ACTIVE=LOW)
AUDIO
TV/AV SW OUT (TV=LOW)
AV1/AV2 SW OUT (AV1=HIGHT)
IC3401
MTS
RELAY ON/OFF FOR DEGAUSSING COIL OUT
DECODER
BLANKING OUT
OSD B-OUT
AUDIO
OSD G-OUT
OSD R-OUT
BLANKING OUT OSD B-OUT AUDIO OSD G-OUT OSD R-OUT IC001 AUDIP AMP. D1003 IC802 MEMORY X'TAL
IC001 AUDIP AMP.
IC001
AUDIP
AMP.
OSD B-OUT AUDIO OSD G-OUT OSD R-OUT IC001 AUDIP AMP. D1003 IC802 MEMORY X'TAL SW-1 TO
OSD B-OUT AUDIO OSD G-OUT OSD R-OUT IC001 AUDIP AMP. D1003 IC802 MEMORY X'TAL SW-1 TO
D1003 IC802 MEMORY X'TAL SW-1 TO IC201 X'TAL SW-2 Q691 POWER ON/OFF POWER 24V SUPPLY
D1003
IC802
MEMORY
X'TAL SW-1
TO IC201
X'TAL SW-2
Q691
POWER ON/OFF
POWER
24V
SUPPLY
X'TAL
CIRCUIT
Q681
D683
OSC for
CPU
AFT SIGNAL IN
9V
Q661
KEY SCAN IN
KEY SWITCHES
OPTION SW IN
RESET IN
POWER FAILURE
POWER FAILURE
DETECTION
OSC for
OSD
D500
D483
ANALOGUE BUS DATA
TO IC201
ANALOGUE BUS ADDRESS
VERTICAL
DEFLECTION
Q816Q815
V-PULSE IN
FLYBACK
Q817
H-PULSE IN
TRANS.
DATA TO IC201 ANALOGUE BUS ADDRESS VERTICAL DEFLECTION Q816Q815 V-PULSE IN FLYBACK Q817 H-PULSE IN TRANS.
DATA TO IC201 ANALOGUE BUS ADDRESS VERTICAL DEFLECTION Q816Q815 V-PULSE IN FLYBACK Q817 H-PULSE IN TRANS.
DATA TO IC201 ANALOGUE BUS ADDRESS VERTICAL DEFLECTION Q816Q815 V-PULSE IN FLYBACK Q817 H-PULSE IN TRANS.

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IC Block Diagrams

LA7687N < IF/Video/chroma/Def. > IC201

AV-SW/SECAM

ID OUT

AFT OUT

ACL

S-SW

S-CHROMA

EXT-VIDEO

VCC 5V

ABL

KILLER

BUS 1

BUS 2

V-OUT

50/60Hz

H-VCC

4.5MHz LA7687 L-SECAM 5.5MHz A-OUT RF AGC VIF IN 9.5MHz CCD 1H DL VIDEO OUT
4.5MHz
LA7687
L-SECAM
5.5MHz
A-OUT
RF AGC
VIF IN
9.5MHz
CCD 1H DL
VIDEO OUT
IF AGC
SAW
4652
4451
50
49
48
47
45
2743
42
41
40
39
38
37
36
35
34
33
32
31
30
29
28
SOUND
TRAP
IF GND
ADD ALC
VIF
VCO
3.58MHz
MEMO
LPF
AMP
OSD SWITCH
RF
S-SW
RB
OUT
OSD
AGC
4.43MHz
IDENT
DEF COIN
PAL
APC
TINT
F/F
INT/EXT
SW
RB AMP
AG
H & V
G-Y
MATRIX
BLANK
V/C
AGC
ACC
CLOCK
VCC
KILLER
IDENT
OUT
FM
DET
BRIGHT
R-Y OUT
DET
1ST
2ND
IDENT
CLAMP
BPA
BPA
X-TAL
AV-SW
B-Y OUT
GND
BUZZ
SECAM
APA-CON
CONT-
CANCEL
(YNR)
RAST
R-Y IN
FILTER
SYNC
AFC 2
C-BPF
AFC 1
ADJUST
SEP
SWITCH
LIM
C-TRAP
B-Y IN
AMP
VIDEO
VIDEO
DELAY
PHASE
F.B.P.
DET
IDENT
AMP
VER
HOR
DET
SHIFTER
DET
SYNCSEP
C/D
R-Y OUT
V-SW
VER
HOR
HOR
APC
G-Y OUT
V/C
VCO
AFT
C/D
DRIVER
OSC
DET
BUS
B-Y OUT
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
-Y OUT
R-IN
G-IN
B-IN
BLK-IN
COIN
FBP
SC
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IC Block Diagrams

LC89950 < IH DL > IC271 Vss 4 BGP B-Y LC89950 IN 5 B-Y OUT
LC89950 < IH DL > IC271
Vss
4
BGP
B-Y
LC89950
IN
5
B-Y OUT
CCD
OUTPUT
3
CLAMP
254.5bit
S&G, AMP
AUTO-BIAS
Vdd
6
ø1
ø2
RD
2
LEVEL
INCREASER
AUTO-BIAS
R-Y
7
IN
1
R-Y OUT
CCD
OUTPUT
CLAMP
254.5bit
S&G, AMP
14
Vss
BGP
ø1
ø2
BGP
4MHz
OUT
8
13
BGP IN
BGP
4MHz OUT
DETECTOR
CLOCK DRIVER
COMP
PULSE SHAPER
9
DUTY
Vdd
TIMING
12
COMPENSATION
GENERATOR
PHASE
VCO
256 DIVIDER
COMPARATOR
10
11
VCO IN
PC OUT

LA7838 < V-OUTPUT > IC501

LA7837 THERMAL PROTECTION VERT. RAMP TRIGGER DRIVE GENERATOR INPUT OUTPUT V-SIZE ONE SHOT CONTROL MULTI
LA7837
THERMAL
PROTECTION
VERT.
RAMP
TRIGGER
DRIVE
GENERATOR
INPUT
OUTPUT
V-SIZE
ONE SHOT
CONTROL
MULTI
PUMP UP
SWITCH
Vcc1
Vcc2
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
DY
Vcc2
V.TRIGER
INPUT
FEED BACK
50/60HZ SW.

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IC Block Diagrams

UPC1851< MTS> IC3401

Power Supply Analog Ground Volume Control Block L-channel Offset Absorption 2.2µF R-channel Offset Absorption
Power Supply
Analog Ground
Volume Control Block
L-channel Offset
Absorption
2.2µF
R-channel Offset
Absorption
L-channel Capacity of
High Frequency
Band Width
0.022µF
Tone Control Block
R-channel Capacity of
High Frequency Band Width
R-channel Capacity of
0.1µF
L-channel Capacity of
Low Frequency
Band Width
Low Frequency
Band Width
Surround
2200pF
Block
Surround Timing Setting
R-channel Fixed Output
L-channel Fixed Output
External L-channel Input 2
4.7µF
External L-channel Input 1
External R-channel Input 2
Variable Emphasis
External R-channel Input 1
Offset Absorption
External L-channel Input 3
External R-channel Input 3
VCA Offset Absorption
10 µF
Wide-band Timing Setting
1
µF
Wide-band RMS Setting
1 µF
Monaural Offset Absorption
Spectral Timing Setting
3.3 µF
Spectral RMS Setting
1 µF
Variable Emphasis Input
Offset Absorption
1
µF
Timing Current Setting
Reference Voltage
SAP Signal Input
Pilot Detector 2
0.1µF
Pilot Detector 1
SAP Signal Output
Phase
Detector 2
Phase
Detector 1
SDA
SCL
GND(I 2 C bus)
1K
4.7µF
+
0.1µF
2200pF +
Vcc
1µF
+
+
+
22µF
1µF
2.2µF
524
23
22
46
3
2
42
413734
35 38
36 39
40
32 3133
1
Filter
Filter
Control
I 2 C Bus
Interface
1/2Vcc
D/A
L-channel
Stereo
Output
Composite
Demodulation
µS75
26
Signal
Input
fH
fH
Offset
Block
+
De-emphasis
Input
LPF
Trap
Absorption
7
10
µF
+
Attenuator
2.2µF
D/A
Switch
Selector
SAP Offset
Block
Matrix
Absorption
dbx Noise
12
+
Reduction
R-channel
0.1µF
SAP Demodulation Block
Block
Output
0.047µF
8
25
+
10
µF
SAP Signal
Detector
Noise BPF
Noise
I 2 C Bus
Interface
Detector
D/A
13 17 16 209
15 18 1410
11
302719
2829
21
Noise
Detector
+
K 3
K 5.1
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
68K
K 16.6
0.47µF
0.1 µF
+
+

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IC Block Diagrams

TDA7263M < AUDIO AMP. > IC001

RF I 27K 2 INVERTING INPUT (1) - 10 1 L NON INVERTING INPUT (1)
RF I 27K
2
INVERTING INPUT (1)
-
10
1
L
NON INVERTING INPUT (1)
+
3
SC
SUR/MUTING
MUTE
PROTECTION
REFERENCES
Tj
9
TURN ON
TH
Vcc
AND OFF
PROTECTION
5
8
NON INVERTING INPUT (2)
-
R
4
INVERTING INPUT (2)
+
6
RF I 27K
TDA7263M
GND

OUTPUT-L

OUTPUT-R

STR81145A < Double Rectifier > IC631

1 2 3 Triac 4 r1 Z2 Q2 Z1 Q1 Q3 r2 r3 STR81145A 5
1
2
3
Triac
4
r1
Z2
Q2
Z1
Q1
Q3
r2
r3
STR81145A
5

Pin Function

1 Delay

2 T1

3 T2

4 Gate

5 Common

-8-

Service Adjustments

X801

Horizontal Centring Adjustment

1. Receive the mono-chrome circular pattern.

2. Adjust VR351 for optimum horizontal centre position.

Horizontal Centre

Vertical Centring Adjustment

1. Tune the receiver to an active channel. Check that the picture is in the centre of TV screen. 2. If the picture is too low, change a resistor R528 from 1K, 1/2W to 470, 1W. If the picture is too high, delete a resistor R528 (1K, 1/2W).

Horizontal Width Adjustment

1. Receive the mono-chrome circular pattern. 2. Adjust V465 for optimum horizontal width.

Vertical centre

AUDIO IN

(R)

(L)

 

VOL. +

VOL. -

CH UP

CH DOWN

MENU

KA

KAA

SW1902

SW1903

SW1904

SW1905

SW1906

KD

Q852

KH

IC802

MEMORY

IC801

CPU

IC803

KN

Q816

Q815

KC

Q871

Q817

Q646

KJ

KG

R631 R632 RL640 L601 PS602
R631
R632
RL640
L601
PS602
1H DELAY Q111 IC201 Q243 Q242 Q261 X161 X242 Q252 KS VR351 L161 H-CENTER Q691
1H DELAY
Q111
IC201
Q243
Q242
Q261
X161
X242
Q252
KS
VR351
L161
H-CENTER
Q691
IC201
TP-A
Q131
IF/VIDEO/CHROMA
IC651
L171
X131
VR191
KU
Q692
AGC
X141
A101 TUNER
X243
X241
F601
KAC

KE

Q612

IC631

L602

Q613

POWER

 

POWER

SWITCHING

Q611

DRIVE

D615

T611

Q693

CONVERTER

TRANS.

D651

C672

TP-D

KI

Q021 Q684 Q201 TP-B Q202 Q141 Q140 Q661 IC1101 IC001 KQ AUDIO KP AMP. Q862
Q021
Q684
Q201
TP-B
Q202
Q141 Q140
Q661
IC1101
IC001
KQ
AUDIO
KP
AMP.
Q862
Q861
C017
IC3401
MTS
KY
AV BOARD
KL
KM
AMP. Q862 Q861 C017 IC3401 MTS KY AV BOARD KL KM C652 Q651 VR651 +B ADJ.

C652

Q651

VR651

+B ADJ.

Q681

Q251

KB

KY AV BOARD KL KM C652 Q651 VR651 +B ADJ. Q681 Q251 KB VIDEO IN Q462

VIDEO IN

Q462

Q461

C510

R527

KZ

C515

R528

R436

VR510

V-SIZE

L430

SCREEN

K1111

C632

C631

Q526

C521

IC501

VERT.

OUT

L472

KDY

L441

T431

Q431

HORIZ.

DRIVE

Q432

HORIZ. OUT

L430

T451

F.B.T.

TP-G

TP-H

FOCUS

VR465

H-WIDTH

RF AGC Adjustment

1. Tune the receiver to most clearest (or strongest) VHF station in your area.

2. Set the brightness and contrast control to maximum. Set the colour control to minimum.

3. Turn AGC control (VR191) in the direction which causes snow to appear, then in the opposite direction until the snow just disappears.

+B Power Supply Adjustment

1. Connect DC volt-meter to “TP-B” and the ground. Set the +B adjustment control (VR651) to mid-range. (Mains voltage AC220 ± 2 volt)

2. Set brightness and contrast to minimum. Tune the receiver to an active channel and synchronized picture.

3. Adjust +B adjustment control (VR651) for 130 ± 1.0 volt DC.

Focus Adjustment

Adjust focus control for well defined scanning lines.

Vertical Size Adjustment

1. Tune the receiver to the mono-chrome circular pattern. 2. Adjust vertical size control (VR510) for full scan.

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Service Adjustments

Gray Scale Adjustment

1. Receive the mono-chrome circular pattern.

2. Set the picture mode to “NORMAL” mode by pressing the IMAGE button on the remote control.

NORMAL

3. Set the service switch (SW701) on the CRT board to “SERVICE” position.

4. Set RED (VR704) and BLUE (VR705) drive controls to mid position. Set BLUE (VR703), GREEN (VR702) and RED (VR701) bias controls to minimum (fully counterclockwise).

5. Turn the SCREEN control on the F. B. T. to obtain just visible one coloured line.

6. Adjust each bias control alternately until a dim white line produced.

7. Set the service switch (SW701) to “NORMAL” position.

8. Adjust RED and BLUE drive controls alternately to produce normal black and white picture in highlight areas.

9. Check for proper gray scale at all brightness levels.

Note: If the gray scale adjustments is made after pic- ture tube replacement, check the brightness level

adjustment.

Service information

Q431 HORIZ. VR465 DRIVE H-WIDTH T451 VR510 F.B.T. V-SIZE L430 FOCUS SCREEN TP-G TP-H
Q431
HORIZ.
VR465
DRIVE
H-WIDTH
T451
VR510
F.B.T.
V-SIZE
L430
FOCUS
SCREEN
TP-G
TP-H

(MAIN BOARD)

Grey Scale Adjustment

VR703 Q701 BLUE BIAS B-OUT VR702 GREEN BIAS VR701 RED BIAS VR705 K701 BLUE DRIVE
VR703
Q701
BLUE BIAS
B-OUT
VR702
GREEN BIAS
VR701
RED BIAS
VR705
K701
BLUE DRIVE
CRT SOCKET
VR703
Q703
RED DRIVE
G-OUT
Q705
K7Y1
R-OUT
SW701
NORMAL
SERVICE

(CRT BOARD)

Protection Circuit

This TV set has a built-in power supply protection circuit. It is provided to protect the TV set in case of a power supply circuit malfunctions. When something abnormality occurs during TV reception, the TV set goes to the stand-by mode.

When an abnormality occurs during TV reception, it causes pin 41 of the CPU to go continually Low(less than 0.75V) for about one second. The CPU detects that this has occurred and outputs the signal from pin 1 to switch off the power oscillation circuit.

Releasing the protective circuit and restoring power supply

To release the protective circuit and restore power supply, turn the power to the TV set OFF and then ON again via either the main power switch or the ON-OFF button on the remote control. This will work only if the power supply trouble was temporary. If there is permanent trouble such as a damaged circuit, power cannot be restored and the circuit will have to be repaired.

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Adjustments in the Service Mode

Since some chassis circuit adjustments are controlled by the CPU built into the chassis, adjustments can be made by inputting data directly via the remote control handset supplied with set. [Memory IC replacement] Since adjustment data for the circuit is stored in the memory IC (IC802) that comes with the CPU, the initializing of the memory IC and re-inputting of the adjustments data must be made when the memory IC is replaced.

Initializing of the Memory IC

1. Replace IC 802.

2. Switch the TV on.

3. Press and hold the MENU button on the TV set, then press “0” button on the remote control transmitter.

O-R MENU CH
O-R
MENU
CH
0
0

Initial Data is as follows;

[MTS Adjustment Data]

Adjustment Item

Initial Data

INPUT LEVEL

25

STEREO VCO

23

FILTER

32

LOW SEPARATION

29

HI SEPARATION

26

SAP VCO

27

[3 Steps Picture Mode Normalization Data]

STRONG NORMAL SOFT COLOR 34 30 22 CONTRAST 63 63 63 BRIGHTNESS 15 32 40
STRONG
NORMAL
SOFT
COLOR
34
30
22
CONTRAST
63
63
63
BRIGHTNESS
15
32
40

Service mode adjustments

To enter to the service mode, press and hold the MENU button, then press the NUMERIC button (1, 2, 3 or 4). Each service modes are as follows;

TV set

Remote control button

Item

 

Digit "1"

3 steps picture mode normalization

MENU

Digit "2"

Sub-Brightness/Sharpness Adjustment

button

Digit "3"

Stereo Adjustment

Digit "4"

Fine Tuning mode

When the memory IC is replaced, Sub-Brightness and MTS adjustments should be-adjustments according to service mode adjustments described below.

Sub-Brightness Adjustment

NOTE: AGC and Gray Scale must be adjusted before attempting the Brightness Level Adjustment.

1. Receiver the mono-chrome circular pattern.

2. Connect the DC voltmeter “+” lead to TP-H and “-” lead to TP-G on the main board.

3. Press and hold the MENU button on the TV set, then press “2” button on the remote control transmitter to enter the Service Mode.

O-R MENU CH
O-R
MENU
CH
2
2

SUB-BRIGHT

32

SUB-SHARPNESS

31

ADJUST:

CHOOSE: ▲▼

- /+

EXIT:MENU

(Service Mode)

Q431 HORIZ. DRIVE T451 VR F.B.T. V- FOCUS SCREEN TP-G TP-H DC Volt Meter
Q431
HORIZ.
DRIVE
T451
VR
F.B.T.
V-
FOCUS
SCREEN
TP-G
TP-H
DC Volt Meter

4. Adjust the voltage to become DC 750mV ± 20mV by pressing the VOLUME (+/-) button on the remote control or TV set.

5. Press the MENU button to return to the normal TV mode.

Note: Check the brightness level in every active channels, readjust if necessary.

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Adjustment in the Service Mode

Sound Input Level Adjustment

1. Connect a signal generator to TP301 (C3407, - side) on the Main Board and ground. Signal output=300Hz, 150mVrms.

2. Connect a DC Volt-Meter to TP-317 (C3437, + side) and ground.

3. Ground TP-20 (base of Q131) with the jumper lead. (Setting of the no signal condition).

4. Switch the TV set on. Press and hold the MENU button on the TV set, then press “3” button on the remote control transmitter to enter the Service Mode.

O-R MENU 3
O-R
MENU
3

INPUT LEVEL

25

STEREO VCO

23

FILTER

32

LOW SEPARATION 29

HI SEPARATION

26

SAP VCO

27

ADJUST:

CHOOSE: ▲▼

- /+

EXIT:MENU

(Service Mode)

5. Adjust voltage to become DC 500mVrms±10mVrms by pressing the VOLUME(+/-) button on the remote control or TV set.

6. To exit from the service mode, press the MENU button.

Stereo VCO Adjustment

1. Connect a frequency counter to TP317 (C3437, + side) and ground.

2. Ground C161 with the jumper lead.

3. Switch the TV set. Press and hold the MENU button on the TV set, then press “3” button on the remote control transmitter to enter the Service Mode.

O-R MENU 3
O-R
MENU
3

INPUT LEVEL

25

STEREO VCO

23

FILTER

32

LOW SEPARATION 29

HI SEPARATION

26

SAP VCO

27

ADJUST:

- /+

CHOOSE: ▲▼

EXIT:MENU

(Service Mode)

4. Select “STEREO VCO” by pressing the CHANNEL UP/DOWN button on the remote control or TV set.

25

STEREO VCO 23

32

LOW SEPARATION 29

INPUT LEVEL

FILTER

VCO 23 32 LOW SEPARATION 29 INPUT LEVEL FILTER 5. Adjust the frequency to become 15.625KHz

5. Adjust the frequency to become 15.625KHz ± 0.1KHz by pressing

the VOLUME (+/-) button on the remote control or TV set.

6. To exit from the service mode, press the MENU button.

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1H DELAY Q111 IC201 Q243 Q242 X161 X242 KS MAIN BOARD Q131 IC201 TP-A IF/VIDEO/CHROM
1H DELAY
Q111
IC201
Q243
Q242
X161
X242
KS
MAIN BOARD
Q131
IC201
TP-A
IF/VIDEO/CHROM
Base
TP20
Ground with
L171
VR191
jumper wire
AGC
X141
TP-D
Q2
Q202
Q141 Q140
C3407
IC11
TP301
KP
Signal
Generator
TP317
Q
GND
IC3401
MTS
C3437
Volt Meter
GND
A101 TUNER
X243
X241
1H DELAY Q111 IC201 Q243 Q242 X161 X242 MAIN BOARD KS Q131 IC201 TP-A IF/VIDEO/CHROM
1H DELAY
Q111
IC201
Q243
Q242
X161
X242
MAIN BOARD
KS
Q131
IC201
TP-A
IF/VIDEO/CHROM
Base
TP20
Ground with
L171
VR191
jumper wire
AGC
X141
TP-D
Q
Q202
Q141 Q140
C3407
IC11
TP301
KP
TP317
Q
IC3401
MTS
C3437
Frequency
Counter
GND
A101 TUNER
X243
X241

Adjustment in the Service Mode

MTS Filter Adjustment

1. Connect a signal generator to TP301 (C3407, - side) on the Main Board and ground. Signal output=15.734KHz,

100mVrms.

2. Connect an Audio Volt-Meter to TP317 (C3437, + side) and ground.

3. Ground TP-20 (base of Q131) with the jumper lead. (Setting of the no signal condition.)

4. Switch the TV set on. Press and hold the MENU button on the TV set, then press “3” button on the remote control transmitter to enter the Service Mode.

INPUT LEVEL

25

STEREO VCO

23

FILTER

32

LOW SEPARATION 29

HI SEPARATION

26

SAP VCO

27

ADJUST:

- /+

CHOOSE: ▲▼

EXIT:MENU

O-R MENU 3
O-R
MENU
3

(Service Mode)

5. Select “FILTER” by pressing the CHANNEL UP/DOWN button on the remote control or TV set.

INPUT LEVEL

25

STEREO VCO

23

FILTER

32

LOW SEPARATION 29

HI SEPARATION

26

SAP VCO

27

LOW SEPARATION 29 HI SEPARATION 26 SAP VCO 27 6. Adjust voltage to become minimum reading

6. Adjust voltage to become minimum reading by pressing the VOLUME(+ -) button on the remote control or TV set.

7. To exit from the service mode, press the MENU button.

Stereo Separation Adjustment

1. Connect an oscilloscope:

Probe-A to TP317 (C3437, + side) on the Main Board. Probe-B to TP318 (C3438, + side) on the Main Board.

2. Switch the TV set on, and receive the multi sound program.

3. Press and hold the MENU button on the TV set, then press “3” button on the remote control transmitter to enter the Service

Mode. O-R MENU 3
Mode.
O-R
MENU
3

INPUT LEVEL

25

STEREO VCO

23

FILTER

32

LOW SEPARATION 29

HI SEPARATION

26

SAP VCO

27

ADJUST:

CHOOSE: ▲▼

- /+

EXIT:MENU

(Service Mode)

4. Select “LOW SEPARATION” by pressing the CHANNEL UP/DOWN button on the remote control or TV set.

INPUT LEVEL

25

STEREO VCO

23

FILTER

32

LOW SEPARATION 29

HI SEPARATION

26

SAP VCO

27

LOW SEPARATION 29 HI SEPARATION 26 SAP VCO 27 -13- 1H DELAY Q111 IC201 Q243 Q242

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1H DELAY Q111 IC201 Q243 Q242 X161 X242 KS MAIN BOARD Q131 IC201 TP-A IF/VIDEO/CHROM
1H DELAY
Q111
IC201
Q243
Q242
X161
X242
KS
MAIN BOARD
Q131
IC201
TP-A
IF/VIDEO/CHROM
Base
TP20
Ground with
L171
VR191
jumper wire
AGC
X141
TP-D
Q
Q202
Q141 Q140
C3407
IC11
TP301
KP
Signal
Generator
TP317
Q
GND
IC3401
MTS
C3437
Volt Meter
GND
A101 TUNER
X243
X241
1H DELAY Q111 IC201 Q243 Q242 X161 X242 KS MAIN BOARD Q131 IC201 TP-A IF/VIDEO/CHROMA
1H DELAY
Q111
IC201
Q243
Q242
X161
X242
KS
MAIN BOARD
Q131
IC201
TP-A
IF/VIDEO/CHROMA
Base
TP20
L171
VR191
AGC
X141
TP-D
Q201
Q202
Q141 Q140
C3407
KP
IC1101
TP318
TP317
Q861
IC3401
MTS
KY
C3437
C3438
(Probe-A)
GND
Oscilloscope
GND
(Probe-B)
A101 TUNER
X243
X241

Adjustment in the Service Mode

5. Adjust level of 300Hz at TP317 to become minimum by pressing the VOLUME(+ / -) button on the remote control or TV set.

TP317 (R)

300Hz
300Hz

Minimum leakage

remote control or TV set. TP317 (R) 300Hz Minimum leakage 6. Select “HI SEPARATION” by pressing
remote control or TV set. TP317 (R) 300Hz Minimum leakage 6. Select “HI SEPARATION” by pressing
remote control or TV set. TP317 (R) 300Hz Minimum leakage 6. Select “HI SEPARATION” by pressing
remote control or TV set. TP317 (R) 300Hz Minimum leakage 6. Select “HI SEPARATION” by pressing
remote control or TV set. TP317 (R) 300Hz Minimum leakage 6. Select “HI SEPARATION” by pressing
remote control or TV set. TP317 (R) 300Hz Minimum leakage 6. Select “HI SEPARATION” by pressing

6. Select “HI SEPARATION” by pressing the CHANNEL UP/DOWN button on the remote control or TV set.

INPUT LEVEL

25

STEREO VCO

23

FILTER

32

LOW SEPARATION

29

HI SEPARATION

26

SAP VCO

27

SEPARATION 29 HI SEPARATION 26 SAP VCO 27 7. Adjust level of 4KHz at TP318 to

7. Adjust level of 4KHz at TP318 to become minimum by pressing the VOLUME (+/-) button on the remote control or TV set.

TP318 (L)

Minimum leakage

on the remote control or TV set. TP318 (L) Minimum leakage 4KHz 8. To exit from
on the remote control or TV set. TP318 (L) Minimum leakage 4KHz 8. To exit from

4KHz

8. To exit from the service mode, press the MENU button.

SAP VCO Adjustment

1H DELAY 1. Connect a frequency counter to TP317 (C3437, + side) on the Main
1H DELAY
1. Connect a frequency counter to TP317 (C3437, + side) on the
Main Board and ground.
Q111
IC201
Q243
2. Ground TP-20 (Base of Q131) with the jumper lead. (Setting
of no signal condition.)
Q242
Q261
X161
X242
MAIN BOARD
KS
3. Ground TP-316 (C3411, side +) with the jumper lead through
1M Ω resistor.
VR3
H-CEN
Q131
4. Switch the TV set on.
IC201
5. Press and hold the MENU button on the TV set, then press
“3” button on the remote control transmitter to enter to the
Service Mode.
TP-A
IF/VIDEO/CHROMA
IC65
Base
TP20
Ground with
L171
VR191
jumper wire
AGC
X141
TP-D
6. Select “SAP VCO” by pressing the CHANNEL UP/DOWN
button on the remote control or TV set.
Q684
Q201
Q140
Q202
C3407
Q661
1M Ohms
TP316
IC1101
C3411
INPUT LEVEL
25
Ground with jumper
lead through 1M ohms
resister.
TP317
Q861
STEREO VCO
23
IC3401
FILTER
32
MTS
KY
LOW SEPARATION
29
HI SEPARATION
26
C3437
A
Frequency
SAP VCO
27
Counter
GND
KL
A101 TUNER
X243
X241

7. Adjust frequency of the counter to become 78.125KHz ±0.5KHz by pressing the VOLUME (+/-) button on the remote control or TV set.

8. To exit from the service mode, press the MENU button.

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Mechanical Disassemblies

CABINET BACK REMOVAL 1. Refer to Figure-1, remove 11 screws. 2. Pull the cabinet back off and remove the cabinet back.

2. Pull the cabinet back off and remove the cabinet back. VHF/UHF/CATV 75 INTERNAL S-VIDEO SPEAKERS
VHF/UHF/CATV 75 INTERNAL S-VIDEO SPEAKERS ON OFF VIDEO AUDIO L INPUT MONITOR R OUTPUT (MONO)
VHF/UHF/CATV
75 INTERNAL
S-VIDEO
SPEAKERS
ON
OFF
VIDEO
AUDIO
L
INPUT
MONITOR
R
OUTPUT
(MONO)
AUDIO OUT
R AUDIO L
VIDEO
(VARIABLE)
[ Figure-1. Cabinet Back Removal ]

CHASSIS REMOVAL

1. Remove the cabinet back.

2. Unplug degaussing coil socket (KE), anode lead, speaker socket (K12SP), deflection yoke (KDY), picture tube board and picture tube ground leads.

3. Remove the chassis completely by sliding straight back.

PICTURE TUBE REMOVAL

CAUTION: Do not disturb the deflection yoke or magnet assembly on the picture tube neck. Care must be taken to keep these assemblies intact, unless picture tube is being replaced. Discharge the picture tube’s coating before handling the tube.

1. Remove the chassis.

[ Figure-2. Picture Tube Removal ]
[ Figure-2. Picture Tube Removal ]

2. Place the cabinet’s front down on a soft surface.

3. Remove the screw on the earth corner of the picture tube and gently remove the picture tube from the cabinet.

4. Install a replacement picture tube in

reverse order. Referring to Figure-2, properly install the degaussing coil and the picture grounding lead on the picture tube. Note: If the picture tube is replaced mount the degaussing coil properly on the tube. See illustration.

Purity and Convergence Adjustment

Purity and Convergence have been aligned at factory no realignment is necessary.

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Cabinet Parts List

F5BA/F5BAS

Note: Parts order must contain Service Ref. No., Part No., and descriptions. 8 2 4
Note: Parts order must contain Service Ref. No., Part No., and descriptions.
8
2
4
3
1
VIDEO
L-AUDIO-R
MENU
CHANNEL
VOLUME
AC SW
7
6
5
9 VHF/UHF/CATV INTERNAL 75 S-VIDEO SPEAKERS ON OFF VIDEO AUDIO L INPUT MONITOR R OUTPUT
9
VHF/UHF/CATV
INTERNAL
75
S-VIDEO
SPEAKERS
ON
OFF
VIDEO
AUDIO
L
INPUT
MONITOR
R
OUTPUT
(MONO)
AUDIO OUT
R AUDIO L
VIDEO
(VARIABLE)
11
10
VIDEO POWER 1 2 3 4 5 6 SLEEP 7 8 9 MUTE DISPLAY CH-RECALL
VIDEO
POWER
1
2
3
4
5
6
SLEEP
7
8
9
MUTE
DISPLAY CH-RECALL
0
CH
IMAGE
VOL
VOL
MENU
CH
JXVD
12
13
CH-RECALL 0 CH IMAGE VOL VOL MENU CH JXVD 12 13 14 Key No. Part No.

14

Key No.

Part No.

Description

Key No.

Part No.

Description

1

610

266 5895 BUTTON POWER

12 027 5197 ASSY,REMOCON JXVD

645

610

210 7302 COIL SPRING

13 271 3121 RC-BATTERY LID

610

2

610

266 5918

DEC INLAY

14 004 5493 ANT MATCHING BOX

645

3

610

289 6329

DOOR

4

610

104 2505

LATCH PUSH

 

610

289 6404 INSTRUCTIONS MANUAL

5

610

103 8027 DUBBING BUTTON

 

6

610

274 2701 DEC CONTROL SHEET

7

610

266 5901 BUTTON UNITED

8

610

266 1248 CABINET FRONT

9

610

274 1889 CABINET BACK

10

610

289 6527 LABEL RATING

 

(Service Ref. No. 29-F5BA-00)

 

610

289 6534 LABEL RATING

 

(Service Ref. No. 29-F5BA-01)

11

610

274 2718

DEC REAR SHEET

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Chassis Electrical Parts List

Service Ref. No. 29-F5BA-00

F5BA

Product safety should be considered when a component replacement is made in any area of a receiver. Components indicated by a mark in this parts list and the circuit diagram show components whose value have special significance to product safety. It is particularly recommended that only parts specified on the following parts list be used for components replacement pointed out by the mark.

!
!

Note: Parts order must contain Service Ref. No., Part No., and descriptions. The main PCB unit will be supplied without tuner and flyback transformer. They should be ordered separately.

Ref. No. Part No. Description Ref. No. Part No. Description OUT OF CIRCUIT BOARD NOTES:
Ref. No.
Part No.
Description
Ref. No.
Part No.
Description
OUT OF CIRCUIT BOARD
NOTES:
Read description in the Capacitor and Resistor as follows:
PICTURE TUBE
!
Q900
414 008 5309 CRT A68AGA25X401
CAPACITOR
CERAMIC
100P
K
50V
COIL
Rated Voltage
!
L901
610 226 8058 DEGAUSSING COIL
610
228 2801 DEGAUSSING COIL
Tolerance Symbols:
610
229 4200 DEGAUSSING COIL
Less than 10pF
A
: Not specified B : ±0.1pF
C : ±0.25pF
D
: ±0.5pF
F : ±1PF
G : ±2pF
MISCELLANEOUS
R
: ±0.25-0pF
S : ±0-0.25pF
E : +0-1pF
SP901
More than 10pF
SP902
A
: Not specified
B : ±0.1%
C : ±0.25%
WFO
610 236 5016 SPEAKER
610 236 5016 SPEAKER
610 246 9936 CORD,FOCUS
D
: ±0.5%
F : ±1%
G : ±2%
H
: ±3%
J : ±5%
K : ±10%
WSC
610 247 0048 CORD,SCREEN
L
: ±15%
M : ±20%
N : ±30%
W900
610 265 8910
ASSY,WIRE GND CONNECTOR F
P
: +100-0%
Q : +30-10%
T : +50-10%
!
W901
645 005 2019 CORD,POWER-2.4MK
U
: +75-10%
V : +20-10%
W : +100-10%
W903
610 253 4610
ASSY WIRE,DY CONECTOR G3B
X
: +40-20%
Y : +150-10%
Z : +80-20%
610
276 7346 ASSY WIRE,DY CONECTOR E7B
Rated value: P=pico farad, U=micro farad
610
232 9803 (USA)CORD
Material:
CERAMIC
Ceramic
610 265 3274 ASSY,PWB,AV E7BA
MT-PAPER
Metallized Paper
1AA0B10E338A0
POLYESTER
Polyester
MT-POLYEST
Metallized
Polyester
POLYPRO
Polypropylene
RESISTOR
MT-POLYPRO
Metallized
Polypropylene
R1202
CARBON
75 JA
1/6W
COMPO FILM
Composite
film
R1207
CARBON
1/6W
MT-COMPO
Metallized
Composite
STYRENE
R1208
401 027 6608
401 024 7707
401 027 5007
401 024 7707
401 024 7707
401 027 2303
401 027 2303
401 026 4308
401 026 4308
401 027 5205
401 027 5205
100K JA
Styrene
CARBON
68 JA
1/6W
TA-SOLID
Tantalum Solid
R1209
CARBON
100K JA
1/6W
AL-SOLID
Aluminium Solid
R1211
CARBON
100K JA
1/6W
ELECT
Electrolytic
R1212
CARBON
560 JA
1/6W
NP-ELECT
Non-polarised
Electrolytic
R1213
CARBON
560 JA
1/6W
OS-SOLID
Aluminium Solid with Organic Semiconductive Electrolytic
R1214
CARBON
3.3K JA
1/6W
DL-ELECT
Double Layered Electrolytic
R1215
CARBON
3.3K JA
1/6W
R1216
CARBON
680 JA
1/6W
R1217
CARBON
680 JA
1/6W
RESISTOR
CARBON
4.7K
J
A
1/4W
DIODE
D1201
407 099 6201 ZENER DIODE MTZJ10C
Rated Wattage
407
054 0107 ZENER DIODE RD10EB3
Performance Symbols:
A: General B: Non flammable Z: Low noise
Other: Temperature coefficient
Tolerance Symbols:
MISCELLANEOUS
A1201
610 266 6311 TERMINAL BASE-F5BD
A: ±0.05% B: ±0.1% C: ±0.25% D: ±0.5%
610
231 4670 JACK BASE-G3HCM
F: ±1%
G: ±2%
J: ±5%
K: ±10%
610
275 6081 JACK BASE-G3HCM-A
M: ±20%
P: +5-15%
K1201
Rated value, ohms:
K1202
K: 1,000, M: 1,000,000
K1203
Material:
K1204
CARBON
MT-FILM
Carbon
Metal Film
Oxide Metal Film
Composition
Metal Glaze
K1205
K1206
610 010 8295 SOCKET,DIN 4P
610 010 3689 JACK,RCA
610 010 3665 JACK,RCA
610 010 3672 JACK,RCA
610 010 3689 JACK,RCA
610 010 3665 JACK,RCA
OXIDE-MT
K1207
610 010 3603
RCA JACK 1P
SOLID
MT-GLAZE
K1208
WIRE WOUND
Wire
Wound
K1209
610 010 3665 JACK,RCA
610 010 3672 JACK,RCA
CERAMIC RES
Ceramic
SW1201
645 022 0326
SLIDE SWITCH 2P-2T
FUSIBLE RES
Fusible

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F5BA

 

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Part No.

Description

Ref. No.

Part No.

Description

610 265 3304 ASSY,PWB,SOCKET E7BB

1AA0B10E34800

610

266 2115 ASSY,PWB,AC SW E7BB

1AA0B10E36800

TRANSISTOR

 

MISCELLANEOUS

 
 

Q701

406 000 3605 TR 2SC3620(LB-SAN-1)

 

423 024 8409F1401

F1401

FUSE

250V

4A

 

405

014 8408 TR 2SC2568(1)-K

 

423

007 2103

FUSE

250V

4A

405

014 8507 TR 2SC2568(1)-L

645 000 5077 HOLDER,FUSE 645 000 5077 HOLDER,FUSE 645 003 6811 SWITCH,PUSH POWER 2P-2TF1401A F1401B SW1401

F1401A

F1401B

SW1401

405

014 8606 TR 2SC2568(1)-M

405

066 4304 TR 2SC2621-C-RA

405

041 6507 TR 2SC2621-D-RA

 
 

Q703

405

406 000 3605 TR 2SC3620(LB-SAN-1)

041 6705 TR 2SC2621-E-RA

610

266 6489 ASSY,PWB,CONTROL F5BE

1AA0B10E39000

 

405

014 8408 TR 2SC2568(1)-K

405

014 8507 TR 2SC2568(1)-L

DIODE

405

014 8606 TR 2SC2568(1)-M

D1001

407 158 9204 610 266 6281

LED SPR-39MVWF

405

066 4304 TR 2SC2621-C-RA

D1001A

HOLDER LED-F5BD

405

041 6507 TR 2SC2621-D-RA

 

405

041 6705 TR 2SC2621-E-RA

MISCELLANEOUS

 
 

Q705

406 000 3605 TR 2SC3620(LB-SAN-1)

A1001

610 224 3314 610 215 6447

RC PREAMP 411-1D SWITCH,PUSH

 
 

405

014 8408 TR 2SC2568(1)-K

SW1001

405

014 8507 TR 2SC2568(1)-L

 

405

405

014 8606 TR 2SC2568(1)-M

066 4304 TR 2SC2621-C-RA

610

289 5483 ASSY,PWB,MAIN F5BA

1AA0B10E559H0

 

405

041 6507 TR 2SC2621-D-RA

 

405

041 6705 TR 2SC2621-E-RA

TRANSISTOR

 

Q021

405 011 8401 TR 2SC1740S-Q

 

CAPACITOR

 

405

011 8500 TR 2SC1740S-R

 

C701

403 069 0507 403 070 8400 403 070 8400 403 070 8400

CERAMIC

1000P K

50V

405

011 8609 TR 2SC1740S-S

C703

CERAMIC

1500P K

50V

405

012 2002 TR 2SC1815-GR

C705

CERAMIC

1500P K

50V

405

012 2101 TR 2SC1815-O

C707

CERAMIC

1500P K

50V

405

012 2309 TR 2SC1815-Y

C708

403 077 2708

CERAMIC

1000P P

2K

405

157 0505 TR 2SC536NF-NPA

 

403

175 3409

CERAMIC

1000P P

2K

405

151 8705 TR 2SC536NG-NPA

 

C728

403 073 6403

CERAMIC

470P K

50V

405

020 7501 TR 2SC945A-PA

 

405

020 7709 TR 2SC945A-QA

RESISTOR

 

405

020 7907 TR 2SC945A-RA

 

R703

401 027 5007 401 027 5007 401 026 9303 401 027 5007 401 065 4604 401 065 4604 401 065 4604 401 009 1508 401 009 1508 401 009 1508

CARBON

68 JA

1/6W

Q111

405 013 3305 TR 2SC2216(SAN) 405 011 8401 TR 2SC1740S-Q

R706

CARBON

68 JA

1/6W

Q131

R707

CARBON

47 JA

1/6W

405

011 8500 TR 2SC1740S-R

R710

CARBON

68 JA

1/6W

405

011 8609 TR 2SC1740S-S

R711

OXIDE-MT

12K JA

2W

405

012 2002 TR 2SC1815-GR

R712

OXIDE-MT

12K JA

2W

405

012 2101 TR 2SC1815-O

R713

OXIDE-MT

12K JA

2W

405

012 2309 TR 2SC1815-Y

R715

CARBON

2.7K JA

1/2W

405

157 0505 TR 2SC536NF-NPA

R716

CARBON

2.7K JA

1/2W

405

151 8705 TR 2SC536NG-NPA

R717

CARBON

2.7K JA

1/2W

405

020 7501 TR 2SC945A-PA

 

405

020 7709 TR 2SC945A-QA

VARIABLE RESISTOR

 

405

020 7907 TR 2SC945A-RA

 

VR701

645 020 2629 VR,SEMI,5K N 645 020 2629 VR,SEMI,5K N 645 020 2629 VR,SEMI,5K N 645 020 2599 VR,SEMI,100 N 645 020 2599 VR,SEMI,100 N

 

Q140

405 011 8401 TR 2SC1740S-Q

VR702

405

011 8500 TR 2SC1740S-R

VR703

405

011 8609 TR 2SC1740S-S

VR704

405

012 2002 TR 2SC1815-GR

VR705

405

012 2101 TR 2SC1815-O

 

405

012 2309 TR 2SC1815-Y

COIL

 

405

157 0505 TR 2SC536NF-NPA

 

L701

610 029 8200

PEAKING COIL 120UH K

405

151 8705 TR 2SC536NG-NPA

 

645

007 9597 INDUCTOR,120U K

 

405

020 7501 TR 2SC945A-PA

 

405

020 7709 TR 2SC945A-QA

MISCELLANEOUS

 

405

020 7907 TR 2SC945A-RA

!
!

K701

610 010 3986

CRT SOCKET

Q141

406 000 6804 TR 2SA1015-GR(SAN)

SW701

610 011 4227 SWITCH,LEVER 1P-2T

 

405

001 7407 TR 2SA1015-O(SAN)

 

405

001 7605 TR 2SA1015-Y(SAN)

405

004 3109 TR 2SA564A-Q(CU)

405

004 3208 TR 2SA564A-R(CU)

405

151 3304 TR 2SA608NF-NPA

405

006 1707 TR 2SA933S-Q

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F5BA

Ref. No.

Part No.

Description

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Part No.

Description

 

405

006 1806 TR 2SA933S-R

Q461

405 064 7307 TR 2SB1274-Q-RA

Q201

405 011 8401 TR 2SC1740S-Q

405

064 7406 TR 2SB1274-R-RA

405

011 8500 TR 2SC1740S-R

Q462

405 011 8401 TR 2SC1740S-Q

405

011 8609 TR 2SC1740S-S

405

011 8500 TR 2SC1740S-R

405

012 2002 TR 2SC1815-GR

405

011 8609 TR 2SC1740S-S

405

012 2101 TR 2SC1815-O

405

012 2002 TR 2SC1815-GR

405

012 2309 TR 2SC1815-Y

405

012 2101 TR 2SC1815-O

405

157 0505 TR 2SC536NF-NPA

405

012 2309 TR 2SC1815-Y

405

151 8705 TR 2SC536NG-NPA

405

157 0505 TR 2SC536NF-NPA

405

020 7501 TR 2SC945A-PA

405

151 8705 TR 2SC536NG-NPA

405

020 7709 TR 2SC945A-QA

405

020 7501 TR 2SC945A-PA

405

020 7907 TR 2SC945A-RA

405

020 7709 TR 2SC945A-QA

Q242

405 011 8401 TR 2SC1740S-Q

405

020 7907 TR 2SC945A-RA

405

011 8500 TR 2SC1740S-R

Q526

405 011 8401 TR 2SC1740S-Q

405

011 8609 TR 2SC1740S-S

405

011 8500 TR 2SC1740S-R

405

012 2002 TR 2SC1815-GR

405

011 8609 TR 2SC1740S-S

405

012 2101 TR 2SC1815-O

405

012 2002 TR 2SC1815-GR

405

012 2309 TR 2SC1815-Y

405

012 2101 TR 2SC1815-O

405

157 0505 TR 2SC536NF-NPA

405

012 2309 TR 2SC1815-Y

405

151 8705 TR 2SC536NG-NPA

405

157 0505 TR 2SC536NF-NPA

405

020 7501 TR 2SC945A-PA

405

151 8705 TR 2SC536NG-NPA

405

020 7709 TR 2SC945A-QA

405

020 7501 TR 2SC945A-PA

405

020 7907 TR 2SC945A-RA

405

020 7709 TR 2SC945A-QA

Q243

405 011 8401 TR 2SC1740S-Q

405

020 7907 TR 2SC945A-RA

405

011 8500 TR 2SC1740S-R

Q611

406 000 6804 TR 2SA1015-GR(SAN)

405

011 8609 TR 2SC1740S-S

405

001 7407 TR 2SA1015-O(SAN)

405

012 2002 TR 2SC1815-GR

405

001 7605 TR 2SA1015-Y(SAN)

405

012 2101 TR 2SC1815-O

405

004 3109 TR 2SA564A-Q(CU)

405

012 2309 TR 2SC1815-Y

405

004 3208 TR 2SA564A-R(CU)

405

157 0505 TR 2SC536NF-NPA

405

151 3304 TR 2SA608NF-NPA

405

151 8705 TR 2SC536NG-NPA

405

006 1707 TR 2SA933S-Q

405

020 7501 TR 2SC945A-PA

405

006 1806 TR 2SA933S-R

405

020 7709 TR 2SC945A-QA

Q612

405 058 0208 TR 2SC3807-R-CTV-YA 405 095 0407 TR 2SC4429-L-YB

405

020 7907 TR 2SC945A-RA

Q613

Q251

405 011 8401 TR 2SC1740S-Q

405

095 0308 TR 2SC4429-M-YB

405

011 8500 TR 2SC1740S-R

Q646

405 011 8401 TR 2SC1740S-Q

405

011 8609 TR 2SC1740S-S

405

011 8500 TR 2SC1740S-R

405

012 2002 TR 2SC1815-GR

405

011 8609 TR 2SC1740S-S

405

012 2101 TR 2SC1815-O

405

012 2002 TR 2SC1815-GR

405

012 2309 TR 2SC1815-Y

405

012 2101 TR 2SC1815-O

405

157 0505 TR 2SC536NF-NPA

405

012 2309 TR 2SC1815-Y

405

151 8705 TR 2SC536NG-NPA

405

157 0505 TR 2SC536NF-NPA

405

020 7501 TR 2SC945A-PA

405

151 8705 TR 2SC536NG-NPA

405

020 7709 TR 2SC945A-QA

405

020 7501 TR 2SC945A-PA

405

020 7907 TR 2SC945A-RA