KV-27S10/27S15/29RS10 KV-29RS15/32S10/32S15

RM-Yl16 RM-Y121 RM-Y121 RM-Yl16

RM-Yl16 RM-Y121

SERVICE MANUAL

US Model
KV-27S10 KV-27S15 KV-32S10 KV-32S15 Chassis No. SCC-FB4L-A Chassis No. SCC-FB4M-A Chassis No. SCC-FB4N-A Chassis No. SCC-FB4P-A

Canadian Model
KV-27S10 KV-27S15 KV-32SlO KV-32S15 Chassis No. SCC-FB5G-A Chassis No. SCC-FB5H-A Chassis No. SCC-FB5J-A Chassis No. SCC-FB5K-A

KV-29RS10 KV-29RS15
RM- Y121 RM- Y116

Chassis No. SCC-FB9F-A Chassis No. SCC-FB9G-A

E Model

A A-1
MODELS OF THE SAME
KV-27TS29 KV-32TS36 j2970Mj2975M

CHASSIS
SERIES
j27TS32j27TS36 j32TS46

KV-27S10j27S15j29RS10 KV-29RS15j32SlOj32S15 KV-2970RS

KV-27V55j29V55M

SPECIFICATIONS
Television system Channel coverage American TV standards VHF: 2-13 UHF: 14-69 CABLE TV: 1-125 Hi-Black™ Trinitrcn'" tube 27-inch picture measured diagonally 29-inch picture measured diagonally (KV-27S10/27S15/29RS10/29RS15) 32-inch picture measured diagonally 34-inch picture measured diagonally (KV-32S10/32S15) 75-ohm external antenna terminal for VHF/UHF Input VIDEO and 5 VIDEO 5 VIDEO IN Y: 1 Vp-p, 75-ohms unbalanced, sync negative C: 0.286 Vp-p (Burst signal), 75-ohms (KV-27S15/29RS15/32S10/32S15) Video: 1 Vp-p, 75-ohms unbalanced, sync negative Audio: 500 mVrms (100% modulation) Impedance: 47 kilo-ohms - Continued on next page -

Picture tube

Antenna

TRINITRON®COLOR

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SON~

TV

KV·27S1 0/27S15/29RS1
RM·Yl16 RM·Y121

RM·Yl16

0

KV·29RS15/32S10/32S15

RM·Y121 RM·Yl16 RM·Y121

Output

AUDIO OUT: More than 408 mVrms at the maximum volume setting (variable) More than 408 mVrms (fix) Impedances : 5 kilo-ohms

Dimensions/Weight KV-27S10 KV-27S15 KV-29RS10 KV-29RSI5 Dimensions (w/h/d) 661 X 603 X 524 mm (261/8 X 233/4 X 203/4 inches) 661 X 603 X 524 mm (261/8 X 233/4 X 203/4 inches) 661 X 603 X 524 mm (261/8 X 233/4 X 203/4 inches) 661 X 603 X 524 mm (261/8 X 233/4 X 203/4 inches) 781 X714X613 mm (303/4 X 281/8 X 241/4 inches) 781 X 714 X 613 mm (303/4 X 281/8 X 241/4 inches) Weight 42.2 kg (93 Ibs) 42.2 kg (93 fbs) 42.2 kg (93 Ibs) 42.2 kg (93 Ibs) 69 kg (152 Ibs 9 oz) 69 kg (152 Ibs 9 oz)

Speaker output Power requirements Power consumption KV·27S10 KV-27S15 KV-29RS10 KV-29RSI5 KV-32S10 KV·32S15 standby mode

(KV-27S15/29RS15/32S15) 5Wx2 120 V AC, 60Hz 165 W 170W 165 W 170 W 190 W 195 W 6W

KV-32S10 KV-32S15

Supplied accessories

(KV-27510/29R510/32S10) Remote Commander RM-Y1l6 (1) with 2 size AA (R6) batteries (KV-27S15/29RS15/32S15) Remote Commander RM-Y121 (1) with 1 size AA (R6) battery U/V mixer EAC-66 Connecting cable VMC-810S/820S, VMC·720M, YC-15V /30V, RK·74A are subject to change without notice.

Optional accessories

Design and specifications

(CAUTION) SHORT CIRCUIT THE ANODE OF THE PICTURE TUBE AND THE ANODE CAP TO THE METAL CHASSIS, CRT SHIELD, OR CARBON PAINTED ON THE CRT, AFTER REMOVING THE ANODE.

(ATTENTION) APRES AVOIR DECONNECTE lE CAP DE l'ANODE, COURTCIRCUITER l'ANODE DU TUBE CATHODIQUE ET CELUI DE l'ANODE DU CAP AU CHASSIS METAlUQUE DE l'APPAREll, OU AU COUCHE DE CARBONE PEINTE SUR lE TUBE CATHODIQUE OU AU BLINDAGE OU TUBE CATHOOIQUE. ATTENTION!! AFIN O'EVITER TOUT RISQUE D'ElECTROCUTION PROVENANT D'UN CHAsSIS SOUS TENSION, UN TRANSFORMATEUR D'lSOlEMENT DOlT ETRE UTILISE lORS DE TOUT DEPANNAGE. lE CHAsSIS DE CE RECEPTEUR EST OIRECTEMENT RACCORDE A l'ALlMENTATION SECTEUR. ATTENTION AUX COMPOSANTS RElATIFS ALA SECURITE!! lES COMPOSANTS IDENTIFIES PAR UNE TRAME ET PAR UNE MAPQUE ..1. SUR lES SCHEMAS DE PRINCIPE, lES VUES EXPlOSEES ET lES L1STES DE PIECES CONT D'UNE IMPORTANCE CRITIQUE POUR lA SECURITE DU FONCTIONNEMENT. NE LES REMPLACER QUE PAR DES COMPOSANTS SONY DONT lE NUMERO DE PIECE EST INDIQUE DANS LE PRESENT MANUEL OU DANS DES SUPPLEMENTS PUBLIES PAR SONY. LES REGLAGES DE CIRCUIT DONT L'IMPORTANCE EST CRITIQUE POUR lA SECURITE DU FONCTIONNEMENT SONT IDENTIFIES DANS LE PRESENT MANUEL. SUIVRE CES PROCEDURES lORS DE CHAQUE REM PLACEMENT DE COMPOSANTS CRITIQUES, OU lORSQU'UN MAUVAIS FONCTIONNEMENT EST SUSPECTE.

WARNING!! AN ISOLATION TRANSFORMER SHOULD BE USED DURING ANY SERVICE TO AVOID POSSIBLE SHOCK HAZARD, BECAUSE OF LIVE CHASSIS. THE CHASSIS OF THIS RECEIVER IS DIRECTLY CONNECTED TO THE AC POWER LINE.

SAFETY·RElATED COMPONENT WARNING !! COMPONENTS IDENTIFIED BY SHADING AND MARK ..1. ON THE SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS, EXPLODED VIEWS AND IN THE PARTS LIST ARE CRITICAL TO SAFE OPERATION. REPLACE THESE COMPONENTS WITH SONY PARTS WHOSE PART NUMBERS APPEAR AS SHOWN IN THIS MANUAL OR IN SUPPLEMENTS PUBLISHED BY SONY. CIRCUIT ADJUSTMENTS THAT ARE CRITICAL TO SAFE OPERATION ARE IDENTIFIED INTHIS MANUAL. FOllOW THESE PROCEDURES WHENEVER CRITICAL COMPONENTS ARE REPLACED OR IMPROPER OPERATION IS SUSPECTED.

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KV-27S1 O/27515/29R51 ()
RM-V116 RM-V121 RM-V116

KV-29R515/3251

RM-V121 RM-V116 RM-V121

0/32515

SAFETY CHECK-OUT

(US model only)
After correcting the original service problem, perform the following safety checks before releasing the set to the customer: 1. Check the area of your repair for unsoldered or poorly-soldered connections. Check the entire board surface for solder splashes and bridges. 2. Check the interboard wiring to ensure that no wires are "pinched" or contact high-wattage resistors. 3. Check that all control knobs, shields, covers, ground straps, and mounting hardware have been replaced. Be absolutely certain that you have replaced all the insulators. 4. Look for unauthorized replacement parts, particularly transistors, that were installed during a previous repair. Point them out to the customer and recommend their replacement. 5. Look for parts which, though functioning, show obvious signs of deterioration. Point them out to the customer and recommend their replacement. 6. Check the line cord for cracks and abrasion. Recommend the replacement of any such line cord to the customer. 7. Check the condition of the monopole antenna (if any). Make sure the end is not broken off, and has the plastic cap on it. Point out the danger of impalement on a broken antenna to the customer, and recommend the antenna's replacement. S. Check the B + and HV to see they are at the values specified. Make sure your instruments are accurate; be suspicious of your HV meter if sets always have low HV. 9. Check the antenna terminals, metal trim, "metallized" knobs, screws, and all other exposed metal parts for AC leakage. Check leakage as described below. LEAKAGE TEST The AC leakage from any exposed metal part to earth ground and from all exposed metal parts to any exposed metal part having a return to chassis, must not exceed 0.5mA (500 microampers), Leakage current can be measured by anyone of three methods. 1. A commercial leakage tester, such as the Simpson 229 or RCA WT-540A.Follow the manufacturers' instructions to use these instruments. 2. A battery-operated AC milliammeter. The Data Precision 245 digital multimeter is suitable for this job. 3. Measuring the voltage drop across a resistor by means of a VOM or battery-operated AC voltmeter. The "limit" indication is 0.75V, so analog meters must have an accurate low-voltage scale. The Simpson 250 and Sanwa SH-B3Trd are examples of a passive VOM that is suitable. Nearly all battery operated digital multimeters that have a 2V AC range are suitable. (See Fig. A) HOW TO FIND A GOOD EARTH GROUND A cold-water pipe is guaranteed earth ground; the coverplate retaining screw on most AC outlet boxes is also at earth ground. If the retaining screw is to be used as your earth-ground, verify that it is at ground by measuring the resistance between it and a cold-water pipe with an ohmmeter. The reading should be zero ohms. If a cold-water pipe is not accessible, connect a 60 - 100 watts trouble light (not a neon lamp) between the hot side of the receptacle and the retaining screw. Try both slots, if necessary, to locate the hot side of the line, the lamp should light at normal brilliance if the screw is at ground potential. (See Fig. B)

To Exposed Metal Parts on Set

Trouble Light

0.15 Il F

AC voltmeter (0. 75 V)

"~ t1@r_~
@j ~
I
Ohmmeter

(ill

I

Cold-water

Pipe

Fig B. Checking for earth ground. Fig. A. Using an AC voltmeter to check AC leakage.

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KV·27S10/27S15/29RS10
RM·Y118 RM·Y121

RM·Y118

KV·29RS15/32S10/32S15

RM·Y121 RM·Y118. RM·Y121

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Title

Title

1. GENERAL
• KV-27SlO/29RSlO/32S10 Step 1 : Hook up .... ·.... ····· .. ··.. ··.. ··················· 5 Step 2 : Setting up the Remote Commander ·6 Step 3 : Setting up the TV Automatically (Auto Set Up) .. · ·6 Changing the Menu Language································ 8 Watching the TV ·8 Adjusting the Picture (Video) 9 Adjusting Screen Brightness Automatically (Lumisponder)············· .. ·.. ·················· .. ·············· 9 Adjusting the Sound (Audio) 9 Listening to Surround Sound (Surround) 10 Selecting Stereo or Bilingual Programs (MTS) .. · 10 Setting the Speaker Switch (Speaker) · 10 Setting Audio Out (Audio out) ·l1 Customizing the Channel Number Buttons (CH Caption/Guide)············································ 11 Setting Video Labels (Video Label) 12 Displaying Caption Vision (Caption Vision) 12 Operating Video Equipment ·.. ·12 • KV-27S15/29RSI5/32S15 Step 1 : Hook up 13 Step 2 : Setting up the Remote Commander 14 Step 3 : Setting up the TV Automatically (Auto Set Up) ·15 Changing the Menu Language ·16 Watching the TV · 17 Watching Two Programs at a Time-PIP· · ·17 Adjusting the Picture (Video) ·18 Adjusting Screen Brightness Automatically (Lumisponder) ··············· ········ .. ·.. ················18 Adjusting the Sound (Audio) 19 Listening to Surround Sound (Surround) · ·.. 19 Selecting Stereo or Bilingual Programs (MTS) 19 Setting the Speaker Switch (Speaker)······················ 20 Setting Audio Out (Audio out) 20 Customizing the Channel Number Buttons (CH Caption/Guide) ········ .... ········ .. ·····················20 Setting Video Labels (Video Label) 21 Displaying Caption Vision (Caption Vision) 21 Operating Video Equipment ·22 Operating a Cable Box 22

3. SET-UP ADJUSTMENTS
3-1 3-2. 3-3. 3-4. Beam Landing· .. · ·· ··· ·28 Convergence··················································29 Focus Adjustment ·32 G2 (Screen) and White Balance Adjustments·········· 33 34

4. SAFETY RELATED ADJUSTMENTS 5. CIRCUIT ADJUSTMENTS
5-1. Electrical Adjustment by Remote Commander 5-2 M Board Adjustments • 5-3 P Board Adjustments (KV-27S15/29RSI5/32S15 only)

36 ·38 40

6. DIAGRAMS
6-1. 6-2. 6-3. 6-4. 6-5.

Block Diagrams (1) 41 Block Diagrams (2) · 46 Frame Schamatic Diagram ·.. · ·51 Circuit Boards Location 55 Printed Wiring Boards and Schematic Diagrams 55 • UA Board .. · · · 56 • A Board · ·.. ···.. ·· ·.. · ·60 • D Board ·.. · ·· ··.. 63 • M Board ·.. · ·· · 73 • H Board · · ··.. · ·.. · ·77 • P Board ·· ··.. · ··.. ·78 • EBoard · ·· ·· · 81 • C Board (KV -27S 10/27S 15/29RS 10/29RS 15) 84 • C Board (KV-32SlO/32S15) 85 6-5. Semiconductors · ·.. ······ ···· .. 88

7. EXPLODED VIEWS
7-1. Chassis·························································90 7-2. Picture Tube ·· · ·91

8. ELECTRICAL PARTS LlST

·..·

92

2. DISASSEMBLY
2-1. 2-2. 2-3. 2-4. 2-5. 2-6. 2-7. 2-8. Rear Cover Removal ·· ·.. · 24 Chassis Assy Removal · ·24 Service Position················· ······ .. ···.. ············ 24 P Board and P Bracket Removal (KV-27S15/29RSI5/32S15 only) 24 UA Board Removal 25 Extension Cable·············································· 25 Picture Tube Removal (1) (KV-27S10/27S15/29RSlO/29RSI59 ···················26 Picture Tube Removal (2) (KV-32S10/32S150nly9· ·· ··27

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• KV-27S10/29RS10/32S10

SECTION 1 GENERAL

The operating instructions mentioned here are partial abstracts from the Operating Instruction Manual. The page numbers of the Operating Instruction Manual remein as in the manual.

With a cable box

Connecting an antenna/cable TV system with a VCR
To connect your VCR to the TV, first check the model number of your TV and select the corresponding connection. For details on connection, see the InStruction manual of your VCR Before malang connection, disconnect the AC power cords of the equipment to be connected. After making these cennectiouszyou will be able to do the followmg: • View the playback of video tapes • Record one TV program while vieWIng another program
VHf/UHF

I_~~iW1
I&iOOT

8'

:[J

VCR

.woIO "OEO

Without a cable box
(RearoflV) VMC·110S{a20S (not supplied)

VHf/UHF

:[J
Note • To connect a monaural VCR-connect the audio output of the VCR to AUDIO-L (mono) 01VIDEO lIN on the1V.

trj ~
"_____--,------'I VMe-a10S/82es (not supplied>

ttt= r

TO an 5 video equipped VCRwith a cable box
VIOEO (y,"ow)

~tlg:g:~ i') ~
VHF/UHF

:to

Note • To connect a monaural VCR, connect the audio output of the VCR to AUDIO-L (mono) of VIDEO liN on the1V.

To an 5 video equipped VCRwithout a cable box
• /(V.27V10129V10G29V10MI32S10 If only

YC-15V130V (not supplied)

SYIDfO AUDI()'L (white) AUDIo-it (red)

your VCR has an 5 video output Jack, hook up as follows and then set 5 VIDEO to ON on your TV (page 12). (It Is set to ON at the factory.)
(Re4llrof lV)

RIC-74A (not supplied)

VHF/UHF

:[J

Note • Video Signals arc composed Y (luminance) and C (chroma) signals. The S connection send. the two Signals separately preventlrlg degradation, and gives better picture quality compared to conventional connection.

or

fi!..-f!J,...f!t-YC·15V/30V (not supplied)

S VIDEO AUDIO-l (white) AUDIO-R (red)

Getting

Started

6

I

RK·74A (not supplied)

I

7

Getting

Started

Connecting a camcorder
• KV-27V10129V10CJ29V10M This only

connection is convenient for viewmg a camcorder.
- CHANNEL +

Step 2: Setting the remote commander
• KV-27S10129RS10C132S10

up

step 3: Setting up ... the TVautomatically
(AUTO SET UP)

RM-Y116 remote commander

You can set up your TV easily by usmg AUTO SET UP feature. 1t presets all the receivable channels. To set up the TV manually, see "Setting cable TV on or off" and "Presetting channels" (page 11). If the TV is set to a video input, you cannot execute AUTO SET UP. Press TV IVIDEO so that a channel number appears.
(front of KV-27S10129RS10132S10)

Note • To connect a monaural camcorder, connect the audio output of the VCR to AUDI().L (mono) of VIDEO 21NPlIT on the TV. • KV-27V10129V10CJ29V10M

SET UP VOl+ .(front of KV·27Vl0n9V10C!29V10M)

\ T'5i~lwl
CHCH+ POWER

Connecting an audio system
• KV-27V10129V10CJ29V10M 0') only

RM-Y117 remote commander
Insert a size AA (RG) battery In correct polanty.

.i Uj >VMO'O
SETUP

1

VOl+

CH-

CH+ POWER

When connecting audio equipment, see page 17 and 18 for more mformation.
(Rear of TV)

1 Press

POWER to turn

the TV on.

2
RK·74A (not supplied)

Press SET UP on the front

of the TV.

The menu appears. eee
Notes • With normal use, the battery should lut for approximately SIX months. • If you do not use the remote commander (or an extended penod of time. remove the battery to ..void possible damage from battery leakage. • Do not handle the remote commander roughly. Do not drop it step on it or let it get wet • Do not place the remote commander in locations where it is direct sunlight. near a heater. or where the humidity IS high.
AUTO SET UP VOlQt ..

FACfCRY PRESET

Of ..

3

Press CH·+.

8

I

"AUTO PROGRAM" appears on the screen and the TV starts scannmg and presetting channels automatically. When all the receivable channels are stored, "AUTO PROGRAM" disappears and the lowest numbered channel is displayed. U the TV receives cable TV channels. CATV is set to ON automatically.
Getting Started Getting Started

I

9

Note " If more than 90 seconds elapse after you press a button. the menu disap~ .. t ..utorn.adc:aJJy~

3

Press 6+ or V- to select CH SET UP and press RETURN. The CH SET UP menu appears.
CH SET UP "eMU! • ON AUTO at (RASE/AtIO U..

6

To erase and/or add other channels, repeat

step 5.

5

Press MENU to return to the original

screen.

DEMO: To browse the mam functions. Press YOL+ in step3. The functions and menus a displayed one by one. FACTORY PRESET: To restore the factory settings when you are confused about the TV settings. Press CH- in step3. The settings of picture and sound are restored to the factory setting.

7
ExltQJ

When you finish. press MENU.

...."ta "

'MXifWoI

Not. " II CH SET UP menu appears in black. the 1V is set to a video mput and you cannot select CABLE.·Press TV /VlDEO SO !hilt channel number .ppUr1 .

II

4

Erasing or adding channels
After AUTO SET UP you can erase unnecessary channels or add the channels you want. Preset channels dunng the day rather than late at night, when some channels may not be broadcasting.

Press 6+ or V- to select CH ERASE/ADD and press RETURN. The CH ERASE/ADD menu appears.
CH ERASE' ADO -£RASE

Note " If you erase or add a VHF or UHF channel, the cable 1V channel with the same number is also erased or added. and Vice versa.

Presetting

channels

"'.

Setting cable TVon or off
If you have connected the TV to a cable TV system. set CABLE to ON. the factory setting. If not. set CABLE to OFF. You do not have to do thIS procedure if you execute AurO SET UP (page 9). Do tlus procedure only when you want to set it manually.

_HtI

You can preset TV channels easily by AurO PROGRAM feature. You do not have to do this procedure if you execute AurO SET UP (page 9) . Do tlus produre only when you want to set it manually.

1 Press 2

MENU.

5
0-9 bunons

ENliR

Erase andlor add the channel you want: To erese an unwante.d channel (1) Make sure the cursor (~) IS beside ERASE. (2) Press CH +/- to select the channel you want to erase and, Select~ channel number

Press A+ or V- to move the cursor (~) to SET UP and press RETURN. Press 6+ or V- to move the cursor (~) to CH SET UP and press RETURN.
CH SET tw .CAllE ON AUlO PROGRAM CH ERASE/ADO "-E>IJ
UII

1 2

Press MENU. Press A+ or v_ to move the cursor (~) to SET UP and press RETURN.
6+ or V- to move the cursor (~) to CH SET UP and press RETURN.
CH SET UP "CABLE ON AUTO PROGAN.! CH ERASE/ADO

3

MENU RETURN

8~b
A)
UP

CH ERASE/ADO "ERASE

.~

_HtI "'"

I.!.S

.3 Press

.·1121

hllllJ

1 Press
The

main

MENU. menu appears.

(3) press RETURN. The indication «: .. appears beside the channel number, shewing that the channel IS erased from the preset memory.

4

Press A+ or V- to move the cursor (~) to AUTO PROGRAM and press RETURN.
Oi SET UP CABLE· ON ""UTO PF\OGrV.I.I CH ERASEI ADO

,..,.U

"VIDEO ""'10
SET

u...

!ED

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01

CAPTION VISION

4
To

u... m

bltEiJ

add

a

2

Press 6+ or V- to select SET UP and press RETURN. The SET UP menu appears.

(1) (2)

Press Press the channel you want to add and press ENTER and.

channf!1 that you want 6+ or 'l_ to select ADD. the 0 - 9 buttons to select

ar ~(la
I

SET UP "CH C..... TlON/GUIDE CH SET IJP S VIDEO

""'NIl

CD®® 0®®

Se-lecced
at

chCtnne' numbl'1 ERASEIADI)

--J.,
~

Set CABLE to ON or OFF: (1) Make sure the cursor (~) is beside CABLE and press RETURN. U the cursor is not beside CABLE, press 6+ or v- to move the curser and press REIURN. (2) Press A+ orV- to select ON or OFF and. (3) press RETURN.
at

u...

:>ME'"

Cil f.1I

m

"AurO PROGRAM" appears on the screen and the TV starts scannmg and presetting channels automatically. When all the receivable channels are stored. "AUTO PROGRAM" disappears and the lowest numbered channel is displayed.

Un

+!J:B

Elill

m

0®®<;\m

"ERASE

®C5U

_NU "'"
lEal

SET UP

5

Press MENU to return to the original

screen.

Slllclll'lltl'llftllll UII ~ Elill!il

.CA.SLE OFF AlITO PAclGRAM

CH ERASE / ADO OE.IIG)

,..,...

(3) press RETIJ~. The indication ....... appears beside the channel number. showmg that the channel IS added to the preset memory.

U ...

Note " 1Cthe CH SET UP menu ~ppelrs In bllck. the iV is set 10 I vtdec Ulput ~nd you cannot select AUTO PROGRAM. Press iV/VIDEO or1V so that a channel number appears.

10

Getting Started

Getting

Started

I

11

Operations

Setting S video on or off
• 1(V·27V10129V10CJ29V10M132S10 only

Switchiroq quickly between channels

two

You can change the S VIDEO menu to ON or OFF.

Press JUMP. The channel you watched previously appears.

1 Press 2 3 4

TVNIDEO select VIDEO 1.

Press MENU. Press l>+ or V- to move the cursor (~) to SET UP and press RETURN. Press l>+ or V- to move the cursor (~) to S VIDEO and press RETURN.
SET Qf $ UP

KV·29RS10129V10CJ29V10M

only MUTING

Pressmg JUMP again switches back the channel .

If

you prefer Sparush to English, you can change the menu language.

Muting the sound
Press MUTING.
"MUTfi\lG" appears on the screen.

Of

CAPTION/GUIDE VIDEO.
SET UP

UII

""'""

OH

=
6+

DISPLAY MENU RETURN VOL JUMP

em

ElIID!

or v-

5

To restore

the sound,

press. MUTING

again, or press

Press l>+ or V- to select ON or OFF and press RETURN.
set
CH SET UP "5 VIDEO OFF

1 Press

CH CAPTiOH/OOIOE

UP

MENU. The mom menu appears.
"VIDEO

VOL+.

1 Press

POWER to turn the TV on.

Displaying on-screen information

""'''''

...,,0 sat

UP ENGliSH

00

6

UII '1:21

EIIII tlJ

Press MENU to return

to the original

screen.

If "VIDEO· appears on the screen, press the TV/ VIDEO button so that a channel number appears.

Use this feature to check the channel number, channel caption (if set), and MTS mode (if SAP is selected).

Press DISPLAY.

Note • US VIDEO appears in black. set a video mput to VIDEO 1. • U you set S VIDEO to ON, the 1V automatically receive S VIdeo signals whenever a VCR With 5 video ISconnected

2

Press l>+ or V- to move the cursor ENGLISH and press RETURN.

(~) to

2

CIt)
3

Select the channel you want: To select a channel directly Press the 0 - 9 buttons and then press ENTER.

VIOEO
SET

~(LO
Press l>+ or V- to select RETURN.

""'0

ENGLISH

UP

u.. ~m

ErIID!

<D®@ 0®® 0®®\\m
The channel ENTER
To scan

To cancel the display, press DISPLAY again

Setting the Sleep Timer
The TV stays on lor the length 01 lime you specily and then shuts cff automatically. Press SLEEP repeatedly until the time (minutes) you want appears.
Each time you press SLEEP. the time changes you want appears as

ESPAf'lOL and press

@CSU
without pressing

can also be selected

VIDEO "ESPANOl
I\t.OlO AJUSfES

through channels

Press CH +/ - until the channel

lollows 3O-60-90-0FF.

4

Press MENUto return to the onginal screen.
Engbsh

Note

• Certasn parts of the ESPAt'lOL menus remain

3

Press VOL +1- to adjust the volume.

~b

\f\

12

I

Getting Started

Note • Set the CABLE BOX/TV selector to TV. (KV·27Vl0/29VI0C/29VIOM only)

[:]
..__._

To cancel the Sleep Timer, press SLEEP repeatedly until "SLEEP OFF· appears, or tum the TV 0((.

Operations

113

4

Adjust the selected item: (1) Press A+ or v- to adjust the item and,

...-----,
BRIGHT"''!S!
........

...____.._

at--

-brightness automatically
\

Adjusting screen

(LUMISPONDER)
• KV-27Vl0/29Vl0C/29Vl0M only

When watching TV programs, you can adjust the quality of the picture to suit your taste. You can adjust the picture of video mput(s) as well. These settings are stored separately from those for the TV picture.

(2) press RETURN, The new setting appears m the VIDEO menu.
VIDEO PICTUftE II\IE .BRIGHT
SI-I.oIRP COLOR

--+--

..

us.--

••• I"__ •••• t--

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=0=
S
RESET .t:.+orVMENU RETURN

For details on each item, see "Descnptlon of adjustable items" below. To adjust other items, repeat steps 3 and 4.

The LUM!SPONDER feature adjusts the bnghtness of the screen automatically according to the ambient bnghtness. The LUMISPONDER function automatically adjusts the level set by the user Ul the VIDEO menu to the standard.

You can adjust the quality of the sound to suit your taste. You can adjust the sound of VIdeo mput(s) as well. These settings are stored separately from those for the TV sound.

=0=
MENU 6'torV'RETURN

Description of adjustable items
Item

PICTURE

1 2

Press MENU.
HUE

Press ~+ to Increase pu:ture contrast and give vlvrd color Make skin tones become ~reelU5h Increase color intensi~ Bnshten the 21cture SharE!en the Elcture

Press V-to Decrease picture contrast and give soft color Make skin tones become purplish Decrease color lnteNlty Darken the picture Soften the Elcture

MENU RETURN

1 Press

MENU.

1 Press

MENU.

Make sure the cursor (~) is besIde VIDEO and press RETURN.
VUlfO ~PICTURE"'''''

2 3

COLOR BRIGHT SHARP

Press A+ or V- to select VIDEO and press RETURN. Press A+ or V- to select LUMISPONDER and press RETURN.
VIDEO PICTURE ••• ItHUE ••• .__ COlCl\ ... ,.._ IRIGfiT ••• ___ SHARI" ... ItlLNISI'ONOER: OFF

2

Press A+ or v_ to select AUDIO and press RETURN.

I<l' COLOR
SHARP "ENU

MIGHT u ..

IIaQoo____ _

-I-

tliJi) Elilliij

3

Select the item you want to adjust.
For example>:

To restore the factory settings Press RESET while the VIDEO menu-IS displayed. All the settings are restored to the factory settings.

(1) To adjust bnghtness, press A+ or V- to select BRIGHT and,
PICTURE •••••••• IlJE --+CQlOR ' •• 1'"8AIGfl" ••• ._ StWU" , •• .VlbEO

4

""""

3

Select the item you want to adjust.
For example:

Press A+ or V- to select ON or OFF and press RETURN.

(1) To adjust bass, press A+ or V- to select BASS and,
AlIOlO TRElIlE •••• .*IIASS ••• .-ut,AfCE--4101'1'$: ""'IN

u ...

".,,'"

""'...

IIlII

EJI1a!

(2) press RETURN.

(2)

press RETURN.

....... --.
BRIGHTNESS

••••

'A$'

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14

rPerations

Operations

115

4

Adjust the selected item: (1) Pr ess .ll.+or V-to adjust the item and,

Selecting stereo or bilingual programs ..
(MTS) ,

(2)

press RETURN. The new setting appears

Ul the

AUDIO menu.
ALOIa TReBLE , ••• .·eASS ...,__ BALAN:! __._ un: Wr.'N

• KV-27V10129V10CJ29V10M only

"'"""

SURROUND feature simulate sound reproduction with the atmosphere of a movie theater or a concert hall. Surround sound is only effective for stereo programs.

The Multichannel TV Sound (MTS) feature allows you to enjoy stereo sound or Second Audio Programs (SAP) at your choice, The mitia! setting IS stereo sound
(MAIN).

• KV·27V10/29V10Cl29V10M

only

=0=
MENU n.+orVRETURN

You may switch off the TV speakers when, for example, you want to listen to the sound through a
stereo system.

For details on each item, see "Description ot adjustable items beJow.
H

5

To adjust above.

other items, repeat of adjustable items

steps 3 and 4

MENU RElURN

~+orV-

Description
Item -rnEBLE BASS

1 Press

MENU.

Press to A+ Incr .... the trebl.

Press V-to Decrease the treble response Decrease the blss responH Emphasiz. th.I.1t speaker's volume

response
Incr .... the bus response speaker's volume

1 2 3

Press MENU. Press.ll.+ or V- to select AUDIO and press RETURN. Press 6+ or V- to select SURROUND and press RETURN.

2
3

Press 6+ or V- to select AUDIO and press RETURN. Press 6+ or V- to select MTS and press RETURN.

1
2 3

i3
=
U ...

MENU RETURN

Press MENU. Press.ll.+ or V- to select AUDIO and press RETURN. Press.ll.+ or v- to select SPEAKER SWITCH and press RETURN.
PEAKE'" SWITCH

BALANCEEmphasize the nght

To restore the factory settings Press RESET while the AUDIO menu

IS

displayed.

""'0

TREBLE ,.111--

aASS lUll'OFF

--<-

~(Ub
4

CIt)

AUDIO TREBLE

UJ ___

lASS UL.w:e-~ IlTS: IMIN >MEhV

"Do-

Note • When SPEAKER (page 17) is OFFand AUDIO our (page 18) IS FIXED condibon.. sound menu appears mid- level setting and it caMot be adjusted.

ER SWITCH

"",.

"SPEAKER OFf AUDIO CUT YAA

,..,.,

4

Press.ll.+ or V- to select RETURN.

ON and press
...,10 TRUlE .__. lASS BALANCE ---f.. SUfI.ACJJtO·OK

~(Ub
Choose MAIN To SAP

meR)

Press 6+ or V- to select MAIN, SAP, or MONO and press RETURN.
AUlJIO TREsLE
SASS "MTS:

1Dii1 hll

(i]

...
•• ~

....SAl'

4

'ALANCE _.,__

Make sure the cursor (I>-) is beside and press RETURN.

SPEAKER

".".,

SPEAKER SlNI TCH AUDIO OOT • VAA
SPEAKER ON

....,$.

_NIl

_ ...

$PfAlCER SWITCH

,,"IN

U ~mE.lta ..

Listen to stereo sound. The StEREO indicator on the TV lights up wtule a stereo broadcast 15 received. Listen to bilingual programs. The sound of non-SAP programs will be muted when SAP is selected. Reduce noise dW'tng stereo broadcasts.

5

Press 6+ or V- to select ON or OFF and press RETURN.
SPEAXER
"SPEAKER

SWITCH
OFF

MONO
Note

.wJIO CUT • VAR ~.£tU

u..

_0

hll£iJ

• Stereo and SAP sounds are subjeCt to progrJrn sources.

161

Operations

Operations

117

6

Press ~+ or v- to select a channel guide number button and press RETURN. Each time you press ~+ or V-, the channel nwnbers change to red in turns. The channel number button you select will be the one you press to call up your favorite channel.
QI

9 Repeat

step 5 to 7 to caption

other channels.

To erase a caption Press RESET after step 5.
Notes • The position number you already selected appe.rs In yellow . • If the CH CAmON/GUIDE menu appealS in black, the TV is set to a video input and you cannot select CH CAPTIONI

• KV·27V10129V10C/29V10M

only

You can select audio out to variable or fixed when SPEAKER IS set to OFF. Audio out IS variable when SPEAKER is set to ON.

<>+ or v-

1 Press

MENU.

a
U..
Un

You can choose up to 12 channels, caption each channel, and assign a specific channel number button to each channel. This feature allows you to select your favorite channels easily by name. For example, you can name channel 20 "ESPN," and assign the channel number 4 button to it.

'lint Ihe channel Un tlDD Ell 1 at

111

CAPTION/CUIDE

GUIDE.

I

Press 1V /VIDEO to select TV mode. If more than 90 seconds elapse Arter you press a button, the menu disappear automatially.

7

"ress.6.+ or V- to seled the channel that you want to caption and press RETURN.
at

Selecting a captioned channel

Setting captions to favorite channels

MENU RETURN

StllCI 11'1. U... ai Elft

III

CAPTlOH/QlIDE

"
I,,,,,.
£8

buttons to "lett

- 000 000 -

000

8
MENU ~+orVRETURN

2 3

Press ~+ or V- to select AUDIO and press RETURN. Press ~+ or V- to select SPEAKER SWITCH and press RETURN.
SPEAKER ·SPEAKER MITCH OFf

Enter the letters (up to four) to captIon the channel: (1) Press ~+ or v- to select the first letter. Each time you press ll..+ or V-, the letter changes
as shown below and,
o--1 __ ._'_A_B __ ._Z_&_I __ (blank space)

CHGUID!

-ED~G) =,
=
c:b

=0=

1 Press

1 Press
2

TVNIDEO to select TV mode.

CH GUIDE. The CHANNEL GUIDE menu appears showing channel captions and the corresponding channel number buttons.
CHNI'tfL IlJIO! <DA8C~C>DIJ_Q)CHH~

Press MENU. Press ~+ or V- to select SET UP and press RETURN. Press ~+ or V- to select CH CAPTIONIGUIDE and press RETURN.

AUOIO OIJT • VAA

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3 4

(!)15'Nm
(2)

m_~_~

Ell! CII

press RETURN.
at CAPTION/GUIDE

4

(II_ ••• CIl_••• CIl•• _. "" •• _.CIl_ • ....n!I••• _

Press ~+ or V- to select AUDIO OUT and press RETURN.
SPEAKER MilCH SPEAKER OFF AOOIO OUT • VAP.

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2
(3) Repeat steps (1) and (2) to select the remaining letters and press RETURN.
PI

Press a channel number

button,

the

fa

ElillCiJ

(LO
RETURN

RETURN

C 111
u ...

at CAP'TION/WIOE

DtSPLA Y or ENTER button channel you want.

to select the

OJ E.IIID

5

To cancel the CHANNEL GUIDE menu Press CH GUIDE agaan.

Press ~+ or V- to select VAR or FIXED and press RETURN.
"EMU MITCH $PEAKVI : OfF ".u.oIO OUT : FlXEO

5

Press RETURN again.

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C

CH CoU'TIOH/CiUIDl

s.,,,, • pOllllo"

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111

S.lttl U ...

111 ,"~
CA.PTJOHIQJIOE

I:II

II..

EJ:111lI

'.11".

Sound output varied according to the TV settings. You can adjust the volume, bass, treble and balance. FIXED: Sound output is always fixed to a certain level. You cannot adjust the volume.

VAR:

18

I

Operations

Operations

I

19

5

Press.l>+ or V- to select the label and press RETURN.
VIDEO LAUl "VIDeoI:
VIDEOZ: VIDEO': U..

YHS
VIDf02 VIDE03

Displaying Caption Vision (CAPTION VISION)

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Oll:i!Jbllal

Each tune you press 6+ or V- , the label changes • KV·27V10/29V10Cl29V10M only

as • f(V·27510127V10132S10 only • KV·27V10/29V10Cl29V10M only

shown below •
VIDEO

Tlus feature allows you to label each input mode so that you can easily identify the connected equipment. For example, you can label VIDEO lIN as VHS

1
BETA_ Smm_VHS_lD

VIDEO 1_SVIDEO_

Some source programs

provide with Caption Vision (Closed Caption). To display Caption Vision, select

VIDEO 2
VIOE02_ BETA_8mm_VHS _LO

VIDEO

3
BETA_8 mm-VHS_LD

version

either CCI, CO, TEXTI, or TEXT2 from the menu. CC1 or CC2 shows you a caption, that is a printed of the dialog or sound effects of a program.

You can operate video equipment that has an infrared remote sensor with the supplied remote commander. For the operatings, set the manufacturer's code number.

VIOE03_

MENU RETURN

6

(The mode should be set to CC1 for most programs.) TEXT1 or TEXT2 shows you text, that is information presented using half to full of the screen. It is not
input usually related to the program.

Setting the manufacturer's

code

Repeat steps

4 and 5 to label other

().9 buttons

modes.
Note • If more than 90 seconds elapse after you press a button. the menu disappear automatically.
MENU RETURN CODE SET 'NTER

1
2

Press MENU. Press.l>+ or RETURN.

v- to

select SET UP and press

3

Press.l>+ or to select VIDEO LABEl and press RETURN.
VIDEO LABEL VIOEOI
YIDE02 VIDE03

v-

1 2

Press MENU.

"VIOEOI:
VIOE02: VIDE03:

Press z,.. or V- to select CAPTION VISION and press RETURN.
CAJ'TIOH VISION ..c:tTUT OfF C:II ICCZ TUft TEXT! Un. dI Elll t:II

While pressing CODE SET, press 0 - 9 to enter the manufacturer's code number (see the chart on th~ n~xt page}. for example, to operate a Sony 8 mm VCR, press O. 2 and ENTER.

u ...

""'NIl6

Exltll'l

4

press c-e or V- to select the input mode you
want to label and press RETURN.
VIDEO LABEL VIDEO!. VIDE02:
VIDEOl'

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The code numbers

(or Sony equipment

are assigned

as

3

VIDEOI VIDEOZ
VlDE03

Press.l>+ or V- to select the caption and press RETURN.

type

U..

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tmEI"II(!iJ

CAPTIOM VISION mTEXT OFF

."" "'" ""'"
TEXTI TEXT: u...

follows: 01 •...........Beta, ED Beta VCR 02 8mmVCR 03 VHS VCR (Factory setting) 04 •.........•. OP M

OEJlltCil

Note • Captions may appear With a white box or another error UlSlead of a certain word Poor reception oflV programs can also cause errors III Dpbon VISIOn.

20

I

operatlons

Operat;ons

I 21

• KV-27S15/29RS15/32S15

With a cable box

,ft•• to'lV)

To connect number of connection. mstruction connection, equipment

your VCR to the TV, fIrSt check the model your TV and select the corresponding For details on connection, see the manual of your VCR. Before making disconnect the AC power cords of the to be connected.

Without a cable box

After making these connections, you will be able to do the following: • View the playback of video tapes • Record one TV program while viewmg another Program • Watch two TV programs at once using a wmdow Picture (Picture in Picture)
(Rear of
TV)

I;:~m
~~::!!.._A:o:..~ l'~ ~ ~ ~ ~

8~======~va============~~

VHf/UHf

~
m=VlDfO~W)

liJ
-,rVMC.J,OS/S20S
(not supplied)

mCMJT

. IH

I

~~g:~~~ J__.
te )

tr~~~ ..
El !i.J
AUOlo.l (whit.)
AUDlo.ft (rtd] VMC·S10SIB10S (not supplied)

Note • To connect a monaural VCR.. conntct the audio output of the YCR to AUDIO-L(mono) ofYJDEO I IN on IheTY.

To an 5 vid<!o equipped

VCRwith a cable box
(Relf

of TV)

I

rr======================V;H~'~

El

Nate • To COMKt a monaural VCR, COM~ the audio output of the YCR 10 AUDIO-L (mono) of YIDEO 1 IN on th. TV.

Ii.J
YC-15VI30V (not .uppGe4)

To an 5 video equipped

VCRwithout a cable box

IEyour VCR has an S video output jack, hook up as follows and then set S VIDEO to ON on your TV(page12).lt is set to ON at the factory.
(ftearorTV)

tl
El
~
Note • Video stgnals are composed of Y (lumlnance) and C (chroma) signals.The 5 connection sends the two signals separately preventing degradation. and gives better picture quality compued to convention,,1 COMt'Ction.
SVlOtO AUD1().L (whit.) AUDI().1t (red)

RIC·'~A (not .upplitd)

rr==============V

VHflUHF

fil-~~-YC-1SVI30V (not supplied)

(not supplied)

RIC-7,(A

6

I

Getting

Started

I

7

Getting Started

Connecting

a camcorder
only

For operatIng

video equipment

• KV·27V15132S15132V15

This connection

IS convenient

for viewing a camcorder.
(Front of !CV·3l$15)

AUDI().R

I,e<!)

AUDIG-R

1""1

Insert one size AA (R6)battery (supplied) by matching the + and - on the battery to the diagram inside the battery compartment.

Set the selector mfddle position

to

the

AUDIO·t (white)

AUDIO·t (white)

For using the Pleture-ln-Pleture

feature

Note • To connect a monaural camcorder, connect the audio output o( the VCR to AUDIO-L (mono) oEVlDEO 21NPlITon the TV.

Connecting

an audio system

when connecting audio equipment, see page 20 for more mformation.
(Rear af TV}

Notes • With normal use, the battery should last (or approximatelY six months. • If you do not use the remote commander for an extended period of time. remove the battery to avoid possible dam.age from battery leakage. • Do not handle the remote commander roughly. Do not drop it. step on it or Jet it get wet • 00 not place: the remote commander in direct sunlight. near a heater. or where the humidity is high.

highest

Indicates riP selt:<1ed' Set the selector to the -io
posidon.

Using the remote

commander

The upper hal( of the remote commander has three selectable operation modes. Each button in thiS area has three different functions. You can select the mode by sliding a selector on the left side. Connecting other
only

Sony equipment

with

CONTROL S jack

For normal TV viewing

• KV·27V15132V15

Connect the supplied cable box controller (Cable Mouse) to the COf'ITROL 5 our jack. Re(er to the the Cable Mouse's manual (or details on the connection.
(Rear of TV)

Make the (ollowing connections to control the TV and connected equipment wIth one remote commander. To control other Sony equIpment wIth the TV's remote commander, connect the input of the equipment to COf'ITROL5 our jack on the TV. To control the TV with the remote commander or other Sony equipment, connect the output o( the eqwpment to COf'ITROL5 IN jack on the TV.

~~~able IndiUitor-

__

-Hc:::::J() ~

@ill)Q C!Il()

czo ~
c:::±J()

@ID()

IndIcate'SMOCEselected~~~~~ ;~~~:~.to the ~(

8

I

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l
I
GettIng Started

Getting Started

I

9

3

Press CH +.

2

Press + + or - + to move the curser (~) to SET UP and press RETURN. The SET UP menu appears.
SET UI' ClJ'TI()H'(OJIDE aI lET UP I VIDEO
"CIi

To add a channel that you want Press + + ar- + to move the cursor (~) to ADD. (2) Press the 0 - 9 buttons to select the channel you want to add and press ENTER and,
(1) Selected chlnn.1 number

"AUTO PROGRAM" appears on the scrKn and the TV .tarts scannlng and presetting channels automatically. men an the receivable channels are stored, "AUTO PROGRAM" disappears and the lowest numbered channel Is displayed. U the TV receives cable TV channels, CATV is set to ON automatically.
Note • 11 more than 9OS«Ol1dseI~p.se.aheryou menu disappear automatia.lIy. pre!!. button, the

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+ a:mJI

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.
at (3)
H+H

EllASE/ADO

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..... <

It!

r

3

Press + + or - + to move the CUrsor (~) to CH SET UP and press RETURN. The CH SET UP menu appears.
QI

u...

a.l.et

tilt ehlnntl !DID£Jr.ltl]l

lET UP

You can set up your TV easily by using AUTO SET UP feature. It presets all the receivable channels. To set up the TV manually, see "Setting cable TV on or off" (page12) and ''Presetting channels"(page12). If the TV is set to a video input, you cannot execute AUTO SET UP. Press TV/VIDEO or TV so tha t a channel number appears.

"CUlU: : OH AUTO 'ROGIW.I CK £lllASE/AOO u..

DEMO:Ta browse the main functions, Press VOL + in step 3. The functions and menus are displayed one by one. FACTORY PRESET:To restore the factory settings when you are confused about the TV settings, Press CH- in step 3. The settings of picture and sound are restored to the factory setting.

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..

press RETURN. The mdieation appears beside the channel number, showing that the channel Is added to the preset memory •

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OJ

4

Press + + or - + to move the cursor (~) to CH ERASE/ADD and press RETURN. The CH ERASEI ADD menu appearrs_. -.
CIi

6 7

To erase andlor step 5.

add other channels,

r.. peat

EWE/ADO

When you finish. press MENU.

Erasing or adding channels
After AUTO SET UP you can erase unnecessary channels or add the channels you want. Preset channels during the day rather than lat. at night, when some channels may not be broadcasting.
VOl+ CHCH+ POWER

5

(Front 0' KV·17V15132V15)

J II
SETUP

&'ETU," TV'VIOIEO

1 Press

POWER to turn the TV on.

MODE Lowpos't,on4'

+t.'-l~m~1=
\\~~~
c:::» c:::» c:::»

= ==

Erase andlor add the channel you want: To erase an unwanted channel (1) Make sure the cursor (~) IS beside ERASE. (2) Press CH +/- to select the channel you want to erase and,
Seltcted channel number
CH EIU.Sf/ADO

Note • If you erase or add • VHF or UHF channel.. the cable 1V channel with the same number Is .also erased or added. and vee vern.

MENU RETURN

"ERM!

..,. ,..

1 Press 2
Press SET UP on the front of the TV. The menu appears. oa.o
AUTO ,IT UI": FACTORY I'RfSH

MENU. The main menu appears.
"VIDEO AUOIO
SET
H_H

StltCI Uu.

..

,p
\!5

acm

Iht chlftntl Elil III

CAl'TlOH 'futON

UP

.

VOL· CHo CH-

UuOGU!llEtllID

(3) press RETURN. The indication appears beside the channel number, showing that the channel is erased from the preset memory.

(continued)

10

I

G~ttj"g St.rt~d

Getting Started

I

11

Setting cable TV on or off

Presetting

channels

Setting S video on or off
You can change the S VIDEO menu to ON or OFF.

1
2
If you have connected the TV to a cable TV system, set CABLE to ON, the factory setting. If not, set CABLE to OFF. You do not have to do this procedure if you execute AUTO SET UP (page 10). Do this procedure only when you want to set it manually. J You can preset TV channels easily by AUTO PROGRAM feature. You do not have to do this procedure If you e-<ecute AUTO SET UP (page 10). Do this procedure only when you want to set it manually.

Press TVN1DEO to select VIDEO 1. Press MENU. Press + + or - + to move the cursor (~) to SET UP and press RETURN. Press + + or - + to move the cursor (~) to S VIDEO and press RETURN.
SET UP at WTION/ClJIDE at sn UP • VIDEO I ON

3 4

• KV·29RS1S only

1 Press

1 Press
MENU.

MENU. (~)

If you prefer Spanish to English, you can change the menu language.

2 3

Press + + or - + to move the cursor (~) to SET UP and press RETURN. Press + + or - + to move the cursor (~) to CH SET UP and press RETURN.
at SET UP "CASLE : ON AUTO PROCifW.,( CIt EAASE/ADD

2

Press + + or - + to move the cursor to SET UP and press RETURN.

u..

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tOEIIiCI

3

+ .. or-.
Low position MOD!

Press + + or - + to move the cursor (~) to CH SET UP and press RETURN.
at
SET UP "CA!JlE : ON AI1TO'~ at ERASEI ADO :oENU U tl5!Jllllal ..

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MENU

= ==
b
C)

R!lUJtN

5

Press + + or - + to select ON or OFF and press RETURN.
lET UP eM CIJITI~/QJIDE at Itt UP .S VIDEO : OFf :<eN U tgblll!lJ ..

0

1 Press

MENU. The main menu appears.
"VIDEO

_,.,
J ••

AW'.UI" lET
ElGLISH

CD hit 131

4

Set CABLEto ON or OFF: (1) Make sure the cursor (~) is beside CABLE and press REnlRN. If the cursor is not beside CABLE, press + + or - + to move the cursor and press RElURN. (2) Press + + or - + to select ON or OFF and, press REnlRN.
CIt
SET UP

4

Press + + or - + to move the cursor (~) to AUTO PROGRAM and press RETURN.
CIt lET UP CAal£ : ON ""UTO PRC:lGIVI.oI CH ERASE/ADO :..ENU

6

Press MENU to return to the original

screen.

Notes • If S VIDEO appean in black, set I video Input to VIDEO 1. • l( you set S VIDEO to ON. the TV automatically receive 5 video Signals whenever a VCR with S video Is coMected.

2

Press + + or - + to move the cursor (~) to ENGLISH and press RETURN.

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V,...
U ..

Ell I CiI

AW'.
3

lET U, EHlX.ItH

.. CABLE:
AUTO

OFF

CH ERASEIADO U...

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III

"AUTO PROGRAM" appears on the screen and the TV starts scanrung and presetting channels automatically. When all the receivable channels are stored, "AUTO PROGRAM" disappears and the lowest numbered channel is displayed.

fa

Ellial

Press + + or - + to select ESPANOL and press RETURN.
VIDEO ALOIO

5

Press MENU to return to the original

screen.

5

Press MENU to return

to the original

screen.

Note • If CH SET UP appears U\ bl,ck. the 1V is set to a video IJ"Iput and you cannct select CABLE. Press TV IVIDEO Dr 1V SO th.u a chAnnel number appears.

Note • I( the CH SET UP menu appears In black. the TV Is set to a video input and you cannot select AUTO PROGRAM. Press 'IV/VIDEO orTY so that a cNMel number appelD.

..;r~ :
U."tU.dhllJ

4

Press MENU to return

to the original

screen.

Note • CUu,in parts of the

cspmot.. menus

remain in EngUsh.

12

I

GeWng Started

GettIng Started

I

13

Operations

3

Press VOL +1- to adjust

the volume.

• Set the CABLE BOX/TV selector to 1V.

Note

D
...__._
two
The Picture-in-Picture (PIP) feature allows you to watch both the main picture and a window picture sunultaneously. You can watch two TV channels at a time with this feature. See "Connecting an antenna/cable TV system with a VCR" (page 6) for connections. 'osmON
High FREEZE AUDIO PIP

Changing the window picture input mode
Press TVNIDEO in the PIP control area to select the Input mode. Each time you press TV IVIDEO, -rv", "VIDEO 1", "VIDEO 2" and "VIDEO 3 (ac""i for KV-27S1SI 29RS1S)" appear in sequence.

Switching quickly between channels

Press JUMP. The channel you watched previously appears.

MUnNG

POWER(1V)

SUE'
MODE Low pcsluen

Pressing JUMP agaID switches back the channel.

~

Muting the sound
JUMP 0- 9 buttons

posftlon

SWA'.
c:::::) c:::::) c:::::)

A window picture will appear in the sam. Input mode as the last time you used PIP.

TVMDEO 01+1-

PIP'

Listening to the sound of the window picture
Press AUDIO. The ]I display appears for a few seconds, Indicating that the wmdow picture sound is being recflved.

Press MUTING. "MUTING" appears on the Screen.

DISPLAY VOl .../-

,tmR
CH+/-

Displaying a window picture
Press PIP.
Input-souru mode or TV

1 Press

POWER (TV) to turn the TV on.
PQW~

To restore the sound, press MUTlNG again. or press YOL+.

M.;npk tur, ~(h.nn"for1h'm.;nplttu"

Displaying on-screen informatIon
If ''VIDEO'' appears on the screen, press the TV 1 VIDEO arTY button so that a channel number appears. Use this feature to check the channel number, channel caption (if set), a~ MTS mode (If SAP Is selected). Press DISPLAY.
o,~ Press PIP again
(119 sIZe)

...

To restore the ma1J\pIcture sound, press AUDIO again.

/

Wmdowpj'ctute

P

Input-source mode or TV channel forthe wIndow picture

Changing TV channels in the window picture
Press CH +/- In the PIP control area.

2

to display

a smaller

window

Select the channel
To

you want:

picture.
M"np,,,u,,~

select

a

channel directly

Press the 0 - 9 buttons and then press ENTER.

<D0® @®®

To cancel the display, press DISPLAY again.

Q)~~b
The channel can also be selected without pressing ENTER. To scan through channels Press CH +1- until the channel you want appears.

Setting the Sleep Timer
The TV stays on for the length of time you specify and then shuts off automatically. Press SLEEP repeatedly until the time (minutes) you want appears. Each time you press SLEEP, the time changes as follows: 30 ..... 60 ..... 90 ..... OFF.
(SLEEPI~

W;ndow P"""
(1/16 SiZe)

P

~

To remove the Window picture, press PlP agam.
Notes • Irthe milln picture 15 not recelving.an Imag«". the Window picture may be an black and while. • The Window picture may be affected. by the condition of the main picture. • The wand ow picture sound is also output (rom the VARIABLE/FIX AUDIO OUT Jacks when you listen to it

141

Operations

To cancel the Sleep Timer, press SLEEP repeatedly until "SLEEP OFF" appears, or tum the TV off.

Operations

/15

Changing the position of the window picture
Press POSITION. Each time you press POSmON, will the wmdow picture

4

Adjust (1) Press

the selected

item:

+ + or - + to adjust the item and,

.-----,
IIRIGHTI"ESS

move counterclockwise

on the screen.

.....

When

watching

TV programs,

you can adjust

the

(2) press RETURN. The new setting

-a.a .. -• KV-27V15132V15 only The LUMlSPONDER feature adjusts the brightness of

appears

in the VIDEO menu.

Freezing the window picture
ThIS feature IS useful when you want to write down a recipe from a cooking program a displayed address or a phone number and so on.
l

quality of the picture to suit your taste. You can adjust the picture of video Input(s) as well. These settings are stored separately hom those for the TV

the screen automatically according to the ambient
brightness. The LUMlSPONDER function automatically adjusts the level set by the user in the VIDEO menu to the standard.

picture,

= ==
RESET MODE LoW' posltlon _...j

Press FREEZE.

++or-.:~~~~=~~
MENU RUURN

===

For details on each item, see ''Description of
adjustable items" below. other items, repeat steps 3 and 4.

S

To adjust

Description of adjustable items

1 Press
To restore the normal screen, press FREEZE again.

MENU. (~) Is beside VIDEO

2

Make sure the cursor and press RETURN.

Press + + to PICTURE Increase picture contrast and give vivid color
Item

Press - .. to Decrease picture contrast and give soft color Make skin tones become purplish Decrease colot Intensity Darken the picture Soften the picture

MODE lowposltktn

++0'-+

=I~~=
= == ===
Il~~~
MENU Itt1lJRN --

1 Press
2

MENU.

Swapping the main and window pictures
Press SWAP. Each time you press sound.

VIDEO
"PIC'TURf1alnnl1lll

Make skin tones become greerush COLOR BRIGHT Increase color intensity Brighten the pIcture Sharpen the picture

Press + + or RETURN.

+ to select VIDEO and press

Uta

"""., +a
SKAAP

1m COLOR BRIGHT

...... -

III:UtEtH Dl

rntt-m •• -

3

SHARI'

Press + + or - + to select press RETURN.

LUMISPONDER

and

SWAP, the images from the mam and window pictures switch places along with the

3

VIDEO ,IC1\Iftfnr"""_

Select the item

you want press

to adjust.

For example: (1) To adjust bnghtness. BRIGHT and,

+ + or - + to select
VIOEO PICTURE .. In .... HUE • --+CDLOO 1JrDl~IRIQK1' ... --u.. +1IllJ

To restore the factory settings Press RESET while the VIDEO menu Is displayed.
All the settings are restored to the factory settings.

ttJE COlCl\

" .....,
4
Press press RETURN.
VIOEO tI.I£ cx:x.OR aRiGHt
81WV"

IRICIiT 1••• SHAAP' 1,..1LWISI"Of,'OER: OFF

•••• •• tl'__

+ + or - + to select ON or OFF and

""""

SHARP

..

e»--

hl1m

'I~£.·''__ •• ..,_
•• ,t--•• ...,._
•• .,___

(2) press RETURN.

.lllollSrotCItR:

""'HU

ON

Note

• The c.'l.lMCLs being recesved through the AUX jack caMot be dlspl.lyed as IIwindow picture (KV.J2VIS only).

161

Operations

Operations

117

4

Adjust

the selected

Item:

(1) Press + + or- + to adjust the item and,

You can adjust the quality o( the TV sound to suit your
taste.

(2) press.RETURN. The new setting appears in the AUDIO menu.

D -...............

You can adjust the sound o( video input(s) as well. These settings are stored separately from those for the TV sound.

.....
"-'>'0
IITS:

l'REILE

IA1.AHCE--+-IUIV\tJt.IM):OFF
JMIH

am--

SURROUND feature simulates sound reproduction with the atmosphere of a movie theater or a concert hall. Surround sound is only effective (or stereo programs.

The Multichannel TV Sound (Ml'S) leature aDows you to enjoy stereo sound or Second Audio Programs (SAP) at your choice. The initial setting is stereo sound (MAIN).

MOCE low position

RESET ++ar-+

_

=== :~~~~=;~
MENU RETIJRN

=

0=

.'EAJCER IWITCH :oEMI

For details on each item, see "Description 01 adjustable items" below.

5

To adjust

other

items,

repeat

steps

3 and 4

MODE Low position

++or-+

~

I~~,== =~~~i~~
MENU R£1VRN

= ==

++or-+
low MODE position

I~:=:::~= =~~~~r;~
~

0==

===
select

MENU RETtIRN

above.

1 Press

MENU.

1 2

Press MENU. Press + + or RETURN.

DescriptIon Item

of adjustable Press +

Items Press

1 2 3

Press MENU. Press + .. or RETURN.

+ to treble

+ to

select

AUDIO and press

lREBLE
BASS

Increase the

response

-+ to Decrease the treble response
the bass

2
+ to select AUDIO and press

Press + + or RETURN. Press + .. or RETURN.

+ to + to

AUDIO and press

3
SURROUND and

select

MTS and press

Increase the bass response

Decrease response

BALANCE Emphasize the dght spe"ker', volume

Emphasizethe left speaker's volume

Press + .. or - + to select press RETURN.

""'0 TREBLE
8ASS

nnn-, ... -

3

Select the item

you want

to adjust.

To restore the factory settings Press RESET while the AUDIO menu ts displayed.

',l.LNCE ---i8t.W1OOtf:)!OFF

LIT,: ""IN CPEAI(Ef\ .$WITCH

For example: (1) To adjust bass, press + + or - + to select BASS
and,
AlIOi. mEllE
"'BASS

• m.""

Note

""""

4

SPEAKER (paS" 20) Is OFF and AUD!O OUT (pago 20) Is FIXED condition. the sound is selto mld-level and it caMot beadj"'led.

4

Press + .. or - .. ·to select RETURN.

ON and press

Press + .. or - + to select MAIN, MONO and press RETURN.

SAP, or

IALANCe --+Il.IR.ROI.H:I:OFF foITS: w..'H S'fAJC£1\ SWITOi

,,1.11-

AIJDIO TREBLE

"A"

:.e.u

"Cl.IRAO.N):OH LIT,: """N 'PEAlCER MlTQi >o.ENV

'AlAACE

••• .,__ 1Ul___

--+Choose To

(2) press RETURN.

MAIN

Usten to stereo sound. The STEREO indicator on the TV Ughts up while a stereo broadcast is received. Llsten 10 bilingual programs. "I'he soW\d. o( non·SAP progr"ams wiU be muted when SAP Is selected. Reduce noise during stereo broadcasb.

SAP
liAS!

•• Zl.DlIl,,--

MONO
Note

• Stereo and SAP sounds are subject to program sources.

18

rperatlons

Operations

119

6

Press .... or - .. to select a channel guide number button and press RETURN. Each time you press .... or - +, the channel positions change to red in turns. The channel number button you select will be the one you press to call up your favorite channel.
CH CAPTION/GUIDE

You may switch off the TV speakers when, for example, you want to listen to the sound through a stereo system.

You can select audio out to variable or fixed when SPEAKER is set to OFF. Audio out Is vanable when SPEAKER is set to ON.

"lUI Uti'.

11·1 •

,II, chi""" !l1113

= == ++O'-+=~I~~i= MODE Low positron _ === 1 2 3
Press MENU. Press .. " or - + to select AUDIO and press RETURN. Press .... or - + to select SPEAKER SWITCH and press RETURN.
aPEAKER MITCH "SPEAXER • ON "WIO OUT • VAA

II~~~

MENU REruRN

MODE low position

++0'-+

;ti~~=
il~~C::O=
_

= == ===

7
You can choose up to 12 channels, caption each channel, and assign a specific channel number button to each channel. This feature allows you to select your favorite channels easily by name. For example, you can name channel 20 "ESPN,· and assign the channel number 4 button to it.

Press + .. or - .. to select the channel that you want to caption and press RETURN.
CH CAlTIOH/GUIDE

MENU RETURN

1 2 3

Press MENU. Press .. " or - + to select AUDIO and press RETURN. Press .... or - + to select SPEAKER SWITCH and press RETURN.
.,EAKER MilCH .. SPEAKER: OFF At.010 otIT I VAA

S,her '", I,ll.,.
u tmbltQl ..

111 ."

8 Enter

Setting captions to favorite

channels

the letters (up to four) to caption channel: (1) Press + .. or - + to select the first letter. Each time you press .. + or- +, the letter changes as shown below and,
o.-1 9_A_B Z_&_I

the

__ (bI.nksp.c.e)

"'"""

"'"""

4

1
Press .... or - .. to select AUDIO OUT and press RETURN.
SPEAKER SWITCH 'PEAXER : OFF AUDIO orr . v......

Press TVNIDEO or TV to select TV mode. Press MENU.
Press
of.

4

Make sure the cursor (,..) is beside SPEAKER and press RETURN.
"EMfR
SPEAKER

2
3

(2) press RETURN.
at CAfflON/ClIIDE

+ or - ... to select SET UP and press

SWITCH
ON

>o.E""

RETURN.

AUDIO OUT • VAA

"'"""
5

4

5

Press .... or - + to select CH CAPTION/GUIDE and press RETURN.

1,1t., '".

111 .'~
hlht.

u .. tOEaIIQ)

Press"" or - .. to select VAR or FIXED and press RETURN.
'PEAKER SWITCH SPEAKER • OFF ""'0010 CUT • flX!D >Io£HU

Press .... or - + to select ON or OFF and press RETURN.
SPEAXER AVITCH

CITJO GJOb
5

Q(

~~

u..

111
t

CAl'TION/GUIOE

(3) Repeat steps (1) and (2) to select the remaining letters and press RETURN. m
CH WTION/CUICl(

EID bit

.. !JPEAXER : OFF ALOIO CUT : VAA

Press RETURNagain.
CH CAPTIQHfGUIDE

Uti

1,111' ,,.. t mIll

111 ."::
(.&11

hlltt. OJ

:<.£""

VAR:

Sound output varied according to the TV settings. You can adjust the volume, bass, treble and balance. FIXED: Sound output IS always fixed to a certain level. You cannot adjust the volume.

~~

S,ht' 1,,,1\1011. U .. tUE111[D

II!

(continued)

20

I

Operations

Operations

I

21

9

Repeat step 5 to 7 to caption

other channels.

5

Press + + or - + to select the label and press RETURN.
VIDEO LAlE\, "VIDE01: \'KS VIDE02: YID!02 VJDE03: YIDfO~ U..

To ~rase a caption Press RESET after step 5.
NOTE

• The position number you already selected appears in yellow.
• 1{

the CH CAPTION/GUIDE menu appears in black, the TV is set to a vrdec l1lput and you caMot select CH CAPTIONI

""""a:m
t

(sll

m

GUJDE.

• I£ more than 90 seconds elapse after you press a button, the menu disappears automatically.

Each time you press + + or - +, the label changes as shown below.
• J(V-27V1S/32515/32V1S This only

Selecting a captioned

channel

VIDEO1 feature allows you to label each input mode so that you can easily Identify the connected equipment. For example, you can label VIDEO 1 IN as VHS. VIDEO2

• KV.27S,SI:.I7V,S/325,SI3211,S
S 'VIDEO eETA _ a mm _ VHS _LD

only

VIDEO 1-

VIDEO 1_

BtTA_8

mm_VHS _LO

CHGUIDE

= ==
I~~~ ++or-+ ~~~~~~=MENU MODE -:low posltion_

VIDEO3
VIDE03-BtTA_8mm_VHS _LD

MODE

Low position
buttons to seteee

===

RETURN

6

1

1 Press
Press CH GUIDE. The CHANNEL GUIDE menu appears showing channel captions and the corresponding channel number buttons.
CHANNEL

Repeat steps 4 and 5 to label other input modes.

Some source programs provide with Caption Vision (Closed Caption). To display Caption Vision, select eitherCC1,CC2, TEXTl, orTEXT2frorn themenLl. CCl or CO shows you a caption, that is a printed version of the dialog or sound effects of a program. (The mode should be set to CCl for most programs.) TEXTl or TEXT2 shows you text, that Is information presented using half to full of the screen. It Is not usually related to the Fogram.

MENU.

2
3

Press + • or - + to select SET UP and press RETURN. Press + • or - + to select VIDEO LABEL and press RETURN.
'IIOEO lAIIEl.
"'VIDE01: >IEI<\J

Note • If more than 90 seconds elapse after you press a button, the menu disappears automatical1y.

.+or-+ MODE low position _

;1~~i~F
I~~~
MENU REllJRH CA"TION VlttON

=

==

enee

1 Press 2

MENU.

Q)AJC_<%>DI,_Q)Cl<JoI_

CDES'N(ll~CD_ 0_CD._CD_ J:.L_",~_

VIOE02: VloE02 VIDEO)I VIDEO:) £.1101

VloEOl

Press + + or - + to select CAPTION VISION and press RETURN. ...rmnEXT OF'
<til

2

Press a channel number button, the DISP or ENT button to select the channel you want.

u.. flltiD

4

To cancel the CHANNEL GUIDE menu Press CH GUIDE again.

Press + + or - + to select the Input mode you want to label and press RETURN.
YIDEO WEt. VIDEO': VloEOI VIDE02: VID~02 VIDE03: VIDEO]

'i'fu,
TEXT'

Un tmlllhllCl

_,.,

3

Press + + or - + to select the caption and press RETURN.

type

"',,<11

1J ...

a

hl1ID

ClJl'Tlaf YIBION ttIITEXT OFF

~

TEXT'
U ...

TEXT!

""""

li:mbl,m

Note • Captions may appear with a white box er anaihererrar instead of Ii C'e'rUUl word. Poor r«qJtiOR afTV pro,r~ml C'~n .11$0 cause errees in Caption ViSIOn.

22

I

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Operations

I

23

VCR Manufacturer Manufacturer SONY CANON

Code numbers Code number 01,02.03 OS 22,30,33 io, 11, 12, 15 29 05,08 25 07,08,36 16,35 05,06,09 18,19,26,27 29 16,23,31 05,06 05,06 05,06,09 05,06 07,08 24,32 11,15 21 13,14
34

Operating video equipment

EMERSON FISHER
FUNAl GENERAL ELEC11UC GOLDSTAR HITACHI

Video operating buttons

NC
You can operate video equipment that has an infrared remote sensor with the supplied remote commander. For the operations, set the manufacturer's code number.

Setting the manufacturer's

code

MAGNAVOX M11SUBISHI MULlITECH NEC PANASONIC PHlLCO PHILIPS QUASAR RCA SAMSUNG SANYO SCOTT SHARP SHWTOM SYLVANIA SYMPHONIC TEKNIKA TOSHIBA TOTEVlSION ZENITH
MOP

Use the video operating buttons on the remote commander to operate the video equipment.
Operating a VCR Buttons on the remote commander Press POWER PressCH +/Press. and REC srmultanecusly Press ~ Press • Press ..... Press~ Press
II

To turn on or of( To change channels To record To play To stop To fast forward To rewind the tape To pause To search the picture forward and backward

Follow these instructions to set the manufacturer's code which will enable you to operate a connected cable box with the pre-programmed remote commander. For example, you can set the remote commander to operate a connected Zenith cable box.

05,06,09

29 28,29
20,21 25 17 code numbers
Code number

Press ,.... or ~

playback

durmg

manufacturer

Operating player To

the laser-disc

Buttons on the remote commander Press ~ Press • Press II To resume normal playback, press again.

While pressing CODE SET, press 0 - 9 to enter the manufacturer's code number (see the chart in the right column). For example, to operate a Sony 8 mm VCR, press 0, 2 and ENTER.

Manufacturer SONY KENWOOD MAGNAVOX MARANZ MlTSUBlSHI PANASONIC PHILIPS PIONEER RCA SANYO SHARP YAMAHA

play

+
The code numbers for Sony equipment are assigned as follows:
01

04 58 52 54 51 55 52 51 51 57 56 53

To stop To pause

To search the picture forward and backward

dunng playback
Press CH +/-

Keep pressing ..... or ~

1 Set

the CABLE BOXITV selector

to CABLE

BOX.

To resume normal playback, release the button. To search the chapter Note
• J(

Beta, ED Beta VCR
BmmVCR VHS VCR

02
03

(Fad tory preset of Remote Commander.)

Notes • If more than one code number is listed. try entenng them one by one, until you come to the correct code lor your eqwpmenL • In some rare cases, you may not be able to operah! your non .. Sony video equipment with thIS remote commander. This Is because your equipment may use a code that ls not provided with this remote commander. In this case, plene use the equipment's own remote control uniL Caution When you remove a battery from the remote commander. the code may revert to OJ. Reset the code each time you replace the battery, U necessary,

the video equipment does not have a certain function, the cerrespendmg button on tlus remote commander will not operate.

2

While pressing CODE SET, press 6 and 8 (Zenith's code number -see chart on the next page) and ENTER •

+

(continued)

24

I

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Operations

I

25

3

Use POWER(CABLE)and the TV control buttons (0 - 9, ENTER,JUMP and CH +1-) to operate the cable box.
POWER

<D ® ®
@@®

~

®@@\'m

@oV

To operate

the CABLE BOX/TV selector to TV. Then TV control buttons to control the TV.

Set

the TV

use the

For more details On operating the cable box Refer to the operating instructions that come with the
cable box.
Manufactures Manufacturer and code numbers

(cabl~ box)

Code number

JERROLD
PIONEER SCIENTIFIC ATLANf A

50, 61, 62, 63, 64, 65, 73 69,70 66,67

TOCOM
ZENTm

7l,n
68

Notes • If more than one code number is listed, try entenng them one by one unbl you come to the totted code (or your eqUlpmenL • If you enter a new code number, the code nwnberyou previously entered at that setbng ls erased. • In some cases, your equipment may use a code that is not provided with this remote commander and you may not be able to operate your cable box with the supphed remote commander. In this case, use the eqwpment's own remote control unit. • When you remove a battery from the remote commander. the code may be erased Reset the code each ume you replace the banery, if necessary.

26

I

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KV-27510/275 15/29R5 1iJ'
RM-Y118 RM-Y121 RM-Y118

KV-29R515/3251 0/32515

RM-Y121 RM-Y116 RM-Y121

SECTION 2 DISASSEMBLY 2-2. CHASSIS ASSY REMOVAL
cover

2-1. REAR COVER REMOVAL

® Rear

®

Eight screws (BVTP4XI6)

~

<D Chassis

assy

<D Three

screws (BVTP4 X 16)

2-3. SERVICE POSITION

2-4. P BOARD AND P BRACKET REMOVAL (KV-27S15/29RS15/32S15 only)

®P

board

@ P bracket

<D Claw

- 24-

KV-27S1 O/27S15/29RS1 0
RM·Yll1 RM·Y121 RM.Yl18

KV-29RS15/32S10/32S15
RM·Y121 RM·Yll1

RM.Y121

2-5. UA BOARD REMOVAL

® UA board

CD Two
2-6. EXTENSION

screws (P SW (+) screw M3X10)

CABLE

:*

Connect the connector to solder side.

Exterior
Extension cable

UA board
lOP

E board (KV-32S10/32S15 Extension cable

only)

~7~~

~ 3·702·592·01 3·702·593·01

(A.U) (M.U)

32P

lOP

- 25-

KV-27S1 O/27S15/29RS1
RM-Y118 RM-Y121

RM-Y118

0

KV-29RS15/32S10/32S15

RM-Y121 RM-Y116 RM-Y121

2-7. PICTURE TUBE REMOVAL (I) (KV-27SIO/27S15/29RSIO/29RSI5 only)

(J) Degaussing coil

@ C board @ Deflection yoke

® Four

tapping screws (7)

• REMOVAL
NOTE:

OF ANODE-CAP

Short circuit the anode of the picture tube and the anode cap to the metal chassis, CRT chield or carbon painted on the CRT, after removing the anode .

• REMOVING PROCEDURES

CD

Turn up one side of the rubber cap in the direction indicated by the arrow ®.

®

• HOW TO HANDLE AN ANODE-CAP CD Don't hurt the surface of anode-caps with

Using a thumb pull up the rubber cap firmly in the direction indicated by the arrow®.

@ When one side of the rubber cap is
separated from the anode button, the anode-cap can be removed by turning up the rubber cap and pulling up it in the direction of the arrow ©.

®

@

sharp shaped material! Don't press the rubber hardly not to hurt inside of anode-caps! A material fitting called as shatter-hook terminal is built in the rubber. Don't turn the foot of rubber over hardly! The shatter-hook terminal will stick out or hurt the rubber.

- 26-

KV-27S1 O/27S15/29RS1 0
RM-Y118 RM-Y121

RM-Y118

KV-29RS15/32S10/32S15

RM-Y121 RM-Y118 RM-Y121

2-7. PICTURE TUBE REMOVAL (2) (KV-32S10/32S15 only)

® Picture

tube shield assy

Cushion

• REMOVAL OF ANODE-CAP
NOTE: Short circuit the anode of the picture tube and the anode cap to the metal chassis, CRT chield or carbon painted on the CRT, after removing the anode .

• REMOVING PROCEDURES

Anode button

<D

Turn up one side of the rubber cap in the direction indicated by the arrow ®.

®

• HOW TO HANDLE AN ANODE-CAP

Using a thumb pull up the rubber cap firmly in the direction indicated by the arrow@.

@ When one side of the rubber cap is
separated from the anode button, the anode-cap can be removed by turning up the rubber cap and pulling up it in the direction of the arrow ©.

<D ®

@

Don't hurt the surface of anode-caps with sharp shaped material! Don't press the rubber hardly not to hurt inside of anode-caps! A material fitting called as shatter-hook terminal is built in the rubber. Don't turn the foot of rubber over hardly! The shatter-hook terminal will stick out or hurt the rubber.

- 27-

KV-27S1 0/27S15/29RS1 0
RM·Y116 RM·Y121 RM·Y121 RM·Y116 RM·Y116 RM·Y121

KV-29RS15/32S10/32S15

SECTION 3 SET-UP ADJUSTMENTS
Perform the adjustments in order as follows: 1. 2. should be performed with rated 3. 4. Beam Landing Convergence Focus White Balance

The following adjustments should be made when a complete realignment is required or a new picture tube is installed.

These adjustments

power supply voltage unless otherwise noted. Controls and switch should be set as follows unless otherwise noted: PICTURE control BRIGHTNESS control ........ RESET center

Note:

Test Equipment Required. 1. 2. 3. Color-bar/Pattern Degausser Oscilloscope Generator

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

\3-1. BEAM LANDING\
1. Input the white signal with the pattern generator. Contrast } Bightness normal Set the pattern generator raster signal to green. Move the deflection yoke to the rear and adjust with the purity control so that the green is at the center and the blue and the red take up equally sized areas on each side. (See Figures 3-1 through 3-3.) Move the deflection yoke forward and adjust so that entire screen is green. (See Figure 3-1.) Switch the raster signal to blue, then to red and verify the condition. When the position of the deflection yoke has been decided, fasten the deflection yoke with the screws. If the beam does not land correctly in all the corners, use a magnet to adjust it. (See Figure 3-4.) Deflection yoke

2.
3.

4. 5.
6.

Fig.3-3

7.

Disk magnets or rotatable disk magnets these

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1/.> L r /'
-:>

I

Fig.3-4

KV-27S1 O/27S15/29R51 0
RM-Yl16 RM-Y121

RM·Yl16

KV-29R515/3251

RM·Y121 RM'Yl16 RM·Y121

0/32515

3-2. CONVERGENCE
Preparation: • Before starting this adjustment, horizontal size, and vertical size. • Minimize the brightness setting. • Provide dot pattern. (1) Horizontal and Vertical Static Convergence adjust the focus,

Tilt the V.STAT tabs and adjust the static convergence by turning left or right. the V .ST AT tabs to the

4.

The V.STAT the

tabs are moved in the direction

of

® and ® arrows

and the red, green and blue

points move as shown below.

CD @I
\@

-:*- *®
R , R

@

t

®
G

, ,
RV702 SCREEN

, ,

ere
B

-R B

I

@

1.

V. STAT Adjustment Turn the V. STAT tabs to left or right so that the vertical red, green and blue dots converge in the center of the screen.

- ib
R

e

e

@

2.

H. STAT Adjustment Simultaneously same direction turn the 2 V. STAT tabs in the so that the horizontal red, green
G

®
B~
G

and blue dots converge in the center of the screen. Note: Do not move the purity tab during adjustment with the V. STAT tab. If the purity tab is moved, the convergence condition will change, and possibly lead to misadjustment yoke. of a different

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KV-27S1 0/27S15/29RS1
RM-Yff6 RM-Yf2f

RM-Yff6

0

KV-29RS15/32S10/32S15
RM-Yf2f RM-Yff6

RM-Yf2f

Operation ofBMC (Hexapole) Magnet
RG
~

8
~

R

G

8

0---<>--()

¢> o----Q-<)

R

G8

,

V.STAT Purity

BMC (Hexapole)

R

G

8

~

R

G

8

• Y separation axis correction magnet adjustment

The respective dot positions resulting from moving each magnet interact, so be sure to perform adjustment while tracking. Use the V.STAT tabs to adjust the red, green, and blue dots so they coincide at the center of screen (by moving the dots in the horizontal direction).

1. Receive the cross-hatch signal, and adjust [PIX] to "MIN" and [BRT] to "standard". 2. Adjust the deflection yoke to the upright condition when it hits the CRT. 3. Adjust so that the Y separation axis correction at the magnet on the neck assembly is symmetrical top and bottom (open state).

(2) •

Dynamic Convergence Adjustment Before starting static this adjustment, and adjust the the

4. Return the deflection yoke to its original position.

Preparations: horizontal 1. 2. convergence vertical 3. 4. 5. Move the deflection yoke as shown in the figure below and optimize the convergence. Tighten the deflection yoke screws. Install the defelection yoke spacer.

static convergence. Slightly loosen the deflection yoke screws. Remove the deflection yoke spacer.

I:
o--o-eo
R G B

oe-o-eo
B G

R B

oe-o-so

R

G

:1
8 G RR G 8
0-<)40 0-<)40

f
B G R

o--o-eo

~

J.

I:

0-<)40

R B

G G

B R

o--o-so

:1

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I<V-27S10/~7S15/298S.1 0
RM·Y116· RMfY121

RM·Y116

KV-29RS15/32S10/32S15

RM·Y121.RM·Y116 RM·Y121

(3) Dynamic Convergence Circuit Adjustment SERVICE MODE PROCEDURE 1. Standby mode.(Power off)

2. IDISPLAYI~~~IVOL second.)

(+)I~lpOWERI

on the

• Set to Service Mode. • Input a cross-hatch signal. • Press and ~ serect an item of adjustments.

ill

Remote Commander. (Press each button within a

• Adjust

@] and ~ to the best picture.
Item Upper V-Bow LowerY-Bow H.Amp H. Tilt Upper C-Bow Upper Tilt Lower C-Bow Lower Tilt DC Shift Ave.Data

No. Disp.

SERVICE ADJUSTMENT MODE IN
Disp (Item) \ SERVICE
1000 0000

Item data \

AFC

\

\

0

40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 U.YBOW

UYBO LYBO HAMP HTIL UCBO UTIL LCBO LTIL DCSH

31 25 33 33 38 40 41 46 37

3. The CRT displays the item Being adjusted. 4. Press

[I] or I1l

on the Remote Commander to select

Select UYBO with
8 R 8 R

[I] and I1l

the item. 5. Press @] or ~ on the Remote Commander to change the data. 6. Press IMUTINGI then IENTERI to write into memory.
SERVICE ADJUSTMENT MODE MEMORY
IMUTINGI Green Red

TTT
L.YBOW Select LYBO with

[I] and I1l

SERVICE
1000 0000

WRITE

t
IENTERI

ttl 8 R
8 R

7. Press ~ then IENTERI on the Remote Commander to initlalize.

H.AMP Select HAMP with
RESET R8 R8

SERVICE
1000 0000

[I] and

~

'--

...J

Factory original setting

8. Turn set off and on to exit.

tt tt-31-

KV-27S1 0/27S15/29RS1
RM-Yl16 RM-Y121

RM-Yl16

0

KV-29RS15/32S10/32S15

RM-Y121 RM-Yl16 RM-Y121

H. TILT Select HTILT with
R8

(4) Screen-corner Convergence

[!] and

~
RS RS

tt tt
U.CBOW Select UCBO with
8 R B R

R8

b
a - d: screen-corner misconvergence

c

[!] and

~

rr[!] and
~
8 R

I
BR
d Permalloy assembly

b

Affix a Permalloy ass'y corresponding to the misconverged areas

U. TILT Select UTIL with
8 R R 8

rr rr
[!] and
~
S

c

3-3. FOCUS ADJUSTMENT
Adjust FOCUS control on the flyback transformer for a best focus.

L.CBOW Select LCBO with

11R 8 R

L. TILT Select L. TIL with

[!] and

~

BR

11
R B

11
BR
B R

FLYBACK TRANSFORMER (T501)

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KV-27S10/27S15/29RS10
RM-Y118 RM·Y121

RM·Y118

KV-29RS15/32S1

RM-Y121 RM-Y118 RM-Y121

O/32S1 5

3-4. G2 (SCREEN) AND WHITE BALANCE ADJUSTMENTS
1. G 2 (SCREEN) ADJUSTMENT(RV 702) 1. 2. 3. Set the PICTURE and BRIGHTNESS to normal. of R,G Apply DC voltage of 170 V to the cathodes and B from DC stabilized power source. While watching the picture, adjust the G2 control (RV 702) to the just the retrace line disappears. 2. WHITE BALANCE ADJUSTMENTS No.

14 15 16
17 22

Disp. GAMP BAMP GCUT BCUT SBRT

Item Green Amp Blue Amp Green Cut-off Blue Cut-off Sub Bright

Ave. Data 20 17 7 8

35

1. Input an entire white signal. 2. Set to service adjustment 3. Set the PICTURE mode. to minimum. and BRIGHT

4. Adjust with SBRT if necessary. 5. Select G CUT and B CUT with 6. Adjust with~and~for 7. Set the PICTURE 9. Adjust with~and~for thenIENTERI. 3. SUB BRIGHT ADJUSTMENT 1. Set to service mode. 2. 3. 4. Input a staircase and BRIGHT

I!landlil· I!landffi
to maximum.

the best white balance.

8. Select GAMP and BAMP with

the best white balance.

10. Write into the memory by pressinglMUTINGI

signal of black and white from RESET minimum

the pattern PICTURE Select BRIGHT

generator. ......... with

BRIGHTNESS", SBRT

I!l and iii , and

adjust

SUB

level with ~ and ~ so that

the stripe

second from the right is dimly lit.

whi te
from the right

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KV·27S10/27S1S/29RS10
RM·Y116 RM·Y121

RM·Y116

KV·29RS15/32S10/32S15

RM·Y121 RM·Y116 RM·Y121

SECTION 4 SAFETY RELATED ADJUSTMENTS B R524 CONFIRMATION
CONFIRMATION)

B R511 CONFIRMATION
CONFIRMATION)

METHOD (HOLD-DOWN AND READJUSTMENTS

METHOD (HOLD-DOWN AND READJUSTMENTS

The following adjustments should always be performed when replacing the following components (marked with [;jjI on the schematic diagram). PM501, R338, R511, R632, R645, R650

The following adjustments should always be performed when replacing the following components (marked with [;jjI on the schematic diagram). IC601, PM501, D504, C598, R338, R509, R524, R632, R635, R645, T501

<D

®

1. Preparation before confirmation 1) Remove R635 on the D board and connect a variable resistor (RVl: about 4.7kQ-I0kQ ) between pin of IC601 and B+ line. 2) Supply 130±2.0V AC to with variable autotransformer.

1. Preparation

before confirmation

<D

2. Hold-down operation confirmation 1) Turn the POWER switch ON, and receive entirely white signals and adjust ABL current to 1760±50JLA with PICTURE and BRIGHT etc controls. 2) Increase B+ line voltage gradually by adjusting the resistor of RV1. Confirm that the minimum voltage is less than 142.5V DC (27 inch) 140.0V DC (32 inch) whereby the raster disappears during operation of hold-down circuit. NOTE: When the hold-down circuit starts operating, switch OFF the POWER of the set immediately. 3) Turn the POWER switch ON, and receive dot signals and adjust ABL current to 160 ± 50JLA with PICTURE and BRIGHT etc controls. 4) Increase B+ line voltage gradually by adjusting the resistor of RV1. Confirm that the minimum voltage is less than 145.0V DC (27 inch), 143.5V DC (32 inch) whereby the raster disappears during operation of hold-down circuit. NOTE: When the hold-down circuit starts operating, switch OFF the POWER of the set immediately. 3. Hold-down readjustment When step 2 is not satisfied, readjustment R511 (a component marked with should be performed by altering the resistance value of

1) Turn the POWER switch ON, and receive entirely white signals and set the PICTURE and BRIGHT controls to maximum. 2) Confirm that voltage of the check terminal of TP-85 (D BOARD) is more than 114.0V DC (27 inch) 122.3V DC (32inch) when the set is operating normally with 120.0±2.0V AC supply. 2. Hold-down operation confirmation 1) Turn the POWER switch ON, and receive entirely white signals and adjust ABL current to 1760 ± 50JLA with PICTURE and BRIGHT etc controls . 2) Apply DC voltage of over 130.0V DC gradually to the check terminal of TP-85 (D BOARD) via 1T40 from the DC stabilized power source. Confirm that the minimum voltage is less than 137.5V DC (27inch) 143.5V DC (32inch) whereby the raster disappears during operation of hold-down circuit. NOTE: When the hold-down circuit starts operating, switch OFF the POWER of the set immediately. 3) Turn the POWER switch ON, and receive dot signals and adjust ABL current to 160±50JLA with PICTURE and BRIGHT etc controls. 4) Apply DC voltage of over 130.0V gradually to the check terminal of TP-85 (D BOARD) via 1 T40 from the DC stabilized power source. Confirm that the minimum voltage is less than 138.0V DC (27inch) 144.1V DC (32inch) whereby the raster disappears during operation of hold-down circuit. NOTE: When the hold-down circuit starts operating, switch OFF the POWER of the set immediately. 3. Hold-down readjustment When step 2 is not satisfied, readjustment R524 (a component marked with should be performed by altering the resistance value of

B).

B).

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KV-27S10/27S15/29RS10 KV-29RS15/32S10/32S15

RM-Y118 RM-Yl21RM-Yl18 RM-Y121 RM-Yl18 RM-Y121

18+ VOLTAGE

CONFIRMATIONI The following adjustments should always be performed when replacing IC601 and R635. 1) Supply 130±~:gy AC to with variable autotransformer. 2) Receive entirely monoscope signal. 3) Set the PICTURE control and the BRIGHT controls in to initial reset. 4) Confirm the voltage of TP91 is less than 137.0V

*

Use a digital multimeter whose input impedance over 100 Mil when confirming the voltage of the protector terminal of TP85.

DC.
5) If step 4) is not satisfied, replace IC601 and R635 repeat above steps.

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KV-2751 0/27515/29R51
RM-Y116 RM-Y121

RM-Y116

0

KV-29R515/3251

RM-Y121 RM-Y116 RM-Y121

0/32515

SECTION 5 CIRCUIT ADJUSTMENTS
BY REMOTE COMMANDER
circuit 2. MEMORY WRITE CONFIRMATION METHOD 1. After adjustment, pull out the plug from AC outlet, and next place, plug in AC outlet again.

5-1. ELECTRICAL ADJUSTMENT
Use of Remote Commander adjustments NOTE:

can be performed

about this model. Required.

Test Equipment 1. Pattern 2. Frequency 4. Audio OSC

2. Turn the power switch ON and set to Service Mode. 3. Call the adjusted adjusted. 3. ADJUST BUTTONS AND INDICATOR items again, confirm they were

Generator counter

3. Digital multimeter

1. METHOD OF SETTING THE SERVICE ADJUSTMENT MODE SERVICE MODE PROCEDURE 1. Standby 2·lmsPLA second.) SERVICE ADJUSTMENT
Disp (Item) \

mode.(Power

off) on the within a
Item up Item down

[POWER]
Service mode Data up Data down

YI-> ~ -> IVOL (+)1-> IpOWERI (Press each button MODE IN
Item data \

Remote Commander.

SERVICE
1000 0000

AFC

\

\

~ Service mode ~ Initialize

0

Write into memory Service mode

3. The CRT displays the item Being adjusted. 4. Press 5. Press

[!] or
@l
or

~ on the Remote Commander

to select to

RM-Y1l6
IpOWERI

the item.

@l

on the Remote Commander

change the data. 6. Press IMUTINGI then IENTERI to write into memory. SERVICE ADJUSTMENT
SERVICE 1000 0000 WRITE

OOOOCJO

Service mode

000000 000000
C)

MODE MEMORY
IMUTINGI Green Item up ---Item down IDISPLAyl Service mode

c:::JOc:::JO
up

......

-r, 0 O.~I----Data

000

!
IENTERI Red

o

Data down ~ Service mode ~ Initialize

7. Press ~ then IENTERI on the Remote Commander
SERVICE
1000 0000

IVOL(+l\
Service mode Write into memory

to initialize.
RESET

Carry out step 7) when adjusting IDs 0 to 4 and when replacing and adjusting ICI02. Factory original setting

RM-Y121

8. Turn set off and on to exit.

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KV-27S1 O/27S15/29RS1 0
RM-Y116 RM-Y121

RM-Y116

KV-29RS15/32S10/32S15

RM-Y121 RM-Y116 RM-Y121

4. AN ITEM OF ADJUSTMENTS No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 Disp. AFC HFRE VFRE VPOS VSIZ VLlN VSCO HPOS HSIZ PAMP CPIN PPHA VCOM GAMP BAMP GCUT BCUT CROM SPIX SHUE SCOL SBRT RGBP SHAP VSMO REF ROFF GOFF BOFF ABLM NOTC DRGB DISP DPDV MPIC SVOL SBAL BASS TRE UYBO LYBO HAMP HTIL UCBO UTIL LCBO LTIL DCSH PHPO PHUE ID-O 10-1 ID-2 ID-3 ID-4 Item AFC Loop Gain H. Frequency V. Frequency V. Center V. Size V. Linearity V. Correction H. Center H. Size Pin Amp Corner Pin Pin Phase V. Compensation Green Amp Blue Amp Green Cut Off Blue Cut Off Chroma Trap Sub Contrast Sub Hue Sub Color Sub Bright RGB Picture Sharpness V Pull in Range Refference line Red Out Green Out Blue Out ABL Mode Notch On/Off O.sD intensity Display Position Lumipon (dpdv) Lumipon (depth) Sub Volume Sub Balance Sub Bass Sub Treble Upper Y. Bow LowerY. Bow H.Amp H. Tilt Upper C. Bow Upper Tilt Lower C. Bow Lower Tilt DC. Shift PinP H Position PinP Hue ModellD ModellD ModellD ModellD ModellD Data range
(27 inch)

Ave.data

(32 inch)

Ave.data *0 70 14 17 28 8 6 6 31 24 3 6 *2 20 17 7 8 * 28 20 33 32 35 * 10 7 *0 *2 1 1 1 *0 *1 *0 40 *1 * 48 *0 7 *8 *7 31 25 33 33 38 40 41 46 37 76 *0 Model Model Model Model Model

Note: No.from 1 to 55 is to show adjusment order.

*0 0-3 0-127 70 0-31 14 0-31 17 0-63 28 0-15 8 0_;"_15 6 0-15 6 0-31 31 0-31 24 0-7 3 0-15 6 0-7 *2 0-31 20 0-31 17 0-15 7 0-15 8 0-63 * 28 0-63 20 0-63 33 0-63 32 0-63 35 0-63 * 30 0-15 * 10 0, 1 *0 0-3 *2 0, 1 1 0, 1 1 0, 1 1 0, 1 *0 0, 1 *1 0, 1 *0 0-63 40 0-3 *1 0-63 * 48 0-15 *0 0-15 7 0-15 *8 0-15 *7 0-63 31 0-63 25 33 0-63 33 0-63 38 0-63 40 0-63 41 0-63 46 0-63 37 0-63 76 0-127 *0 0-127 by Model 0-127 by Model 0-127 by Model 0-127 by Model 0-127 by Model 0-127

SERVICE 1000 0000

10 0 64 1000000

Please adjust the function values as shown below when IC 102 on M board was replaced.

KV-27S10 (US/CND) No. 51 52 53 54 55 Disp. ID-O ID-1 ID-2 ID-3 ID-4 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 Disp. 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 Data 64 77 64 0 16

KV-27S15 (US/CND) No. 51 52 53 54 55 Disp. ID-O ID-1 ID-2 ID-3 ID-4 1 1 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 Disp. 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 Data 88 127 64 64 16

KV-29RS10 (E) No. 51 52 53 54 55 Disp. ID-O ID-1 ID-2 ID-3 1D-4 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 Disp. 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 Data 64 77 32 0 16

KV-29RS15 (E) No. 51 52 53 54 55 Disp. ID-O ID-1 ID-2 ID-3 1D-4 1 1 0 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 Disp. 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 Data 88 127 32 64 16

by by by by by

* : Set-up value

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KV-27S1 0/27S15/29RS1
RM-Yl16 RM-Y121

RM-Yl16

0

KV -29RS 15/32S 10/32S 15

RM-Y121 RM-Yl16 RM-Y121

KV-32S10 (US/CND)
No.

ISUB CONTRAST ADJUSTMENT (SPIX)I Disp. Data 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 72 1. Input a color-bar signal. 2. Set to Service adjustment Mode. 3. Set the conditions as follows. PICTURE COLOR BRIGHT Disp. Data 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 120 127 72 64 16 R OFF GOFF B OFF MAX MIN CENTER ON (1) OFF (0) OFF (0) i---1:ON
0: OFF

Disp. ID-O 1D-1 ID-2 ID-3 1D-4 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

51 52 53 54 55

1 1 0 0 0

0 1 0 0 0

64 0 16

77

KV-32S15 (US/CND)
No.

Disp. ID-O ID-1 ID-2 ID-3 ID-4 1 1 1 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 1

51 52 53 54 55

1 1 1 0 0

0 1 0 1 0

SERVICE
1000

ROFF

1-

5-2. MBOARD ADJUSTMENTS
/H.FREQUENCY ADJUSTMENT (HFRE)I 1. Input a color-bar signal. 2. Set to Service adjustment Mode. 3. Connect a frequency counter to CN131 Pin@ (H. DRIVE) connector and ground. 4. Call the item of AFC, set to 3 level (free run). 5. Select HFRE with [!and[i]. 6. Adjust with~and~for the 15734± 60Hz. 7. Call the item of AFC again, adjust the level" 0". 8. Write into the memory by pressing IMUTINGlthen /ENTERI.

4. Connect an oscilloscope to CN703 PinCD OUT) of C board and ground. 5. Select SPIX with[!and[i]. 6. Adjust with~and~for the 1.9±O.IVp-p.

(R

Whitet

7. Write the memory by pressinglMUTINGlthen IV.FREQUENCY ADJUSTMENT (VFRE)I 1. Select video 1 with no connecting the signal. 2. Set to Service adjustment connectorCN131 and ground. 4. Select VFRE with[!and[i]. 5. Adjust with~and~for IENTERI. the 56 ±0.5Hz. 6. Write the memory by pressinglMUTINGlthen Mode. 3. Connect the frequency counter across PineD (V. DRIVE) connector PICTURE BRIGHT COLOR R OFF GOFF B OFF MAX CENTER CENTER ON ON ON /ENTERI. 8. Return the following back to normal after adjustment.

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KV~~7,~1Q/27~1!il?9RS:1 0
. RM·Y116R ..... ·Y121

·RM'Y116

KV.29RS15/32S10/32S15

~M·Y121 RM·Y116 ~M·Y121

ISUB HUE, SUB COLOR ADJUSTMENT (SHUE, 1. Input a color-bar signal. 2. Set to service adjustment C board. 4. Select SHUE and SCOL with[!]and!]. 5. Adjust with@]and~for =V3 (SHUE). the Vl=V4 mode.

scoL)1

IH.CENTER ADJUSTMENT (H POS)I Note: Perform this adjustment ADJUSTMENT (HFRE). signal. mode. . 1. Input a cross-hatch after H.FREQUENCY

3. Connect an oscilloscope to CN703 Pin@ (B OUT) of

2. Set the Service adjustment 3. Select HPOS with[!] and!] 4. Adjust with@]and~to IENTERI. H. CENTER (HPOS) 5. Write into the memory (SCOR) and V2

the best horizontal center. by pressing IMUTINGI then

6. Increase the data of SCOL by 5 steps. 7. Write into the memory by pressing IC""M=U=T-I-N-G-'I then IENTERI . ISUB BARANCE ADJUSTMENT (SBALll 1. Input a stereo signal. 2. Set to service adjustment 3. Select SBAL with [!]and!]. 4. Adjust with@]and~for IENTERI. IDISPLAY POSITION ADJUSTMENT (DISPll 1. Input a color-bar signal. 2. Set to service adjustment 3. Select DISP with[!]and!]. 4. Adjust with@]and~for IENTERI.
SERVICE 1000 0000 AFC

IH.SIZE ADJUSTMENT (HSIZ)I 1. Input a cross-hatch signal. 2. Set to service adjustment 3. Select HSIZ with[!]and!]. mode. the best sound balance IMUTINGI then 4. Adjust with@]and~for IENTERI. H. SIZE (HSIZ) best horizontal size. IMUTINGI then 5. Write into the memory by pressing Mode.

5. Write into the memory by pressing

D+[J+[]
IV.CENTER ADJUSTMENT (VPOS)I 1. Input a cross-hatch signal. 2. Set to service adjustment 3. Select VPOS with[!]and!]. 4. Adjust with@]and~for IENTERI. V. CENTER (VPOS) the best vertical senter. IMUTINGI then 5. Write into the memory by pressing Mode.

Mode. the bar center.

5. Write the memory by pressing IMUTINGlthen

111111111111- - - --

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KV-2751 0/27515/29R51 0
AM-Y11S AM-Y121 AM-Y116

KV-29R515/3251 0/32515

AM-Y121 AM-Y11S AM-Y121

IV_SIZE ADJUSTMENT
1. Input a cross-hatch

(VSIZ)\
signal. Mode. the best vertical size. \MUTING\ then

5-3. P BOARD ADJUSTMENTS

2. Set to service adjustment 3. Select VSIZ with[!]and[!j. 4. Adjust with@landlmfor \ENTER\.

\p IN P H. POSITION

(PHPO)\
Mode. the best balanced cent

1. Input a color-bar signal 2. Set to Service adjustment 3. Select PHPO with[!]andlj]. 4. Adjust with@landlmfor position at 4 corner P in P display position. 5. Write the memory by pressing\MUTING\then \ENTER\.

5. Write into the memory by pressing

O+[D+g
V. SIZE (VSIZ)

V LlNEARITY(VLlN), PIN AMP(PAMP), PIN PHASE(PPHA)
1. Input a cross-hatch

VS CORRECTION(VSCO), CORNER PIN(CPIN), ADJUSTMENTS
signal. Mode. CPIN, and PPHA with[!]

AND

2. Set to Service adjustment andlj]. 4. Adjust with@landlmfor \ENTER\. V LINEARITY (VLlN)

3. Select VLIN, VSCO, PAMP,

the best picture. \MUTING\ then

5. Write the memory byPressing

VS CORRECTION (VSCO)

[;;]+[11+[;;] II+~+II
ITIIJ+ITJJJ+[ill] [ffi]+lliiJ]+[illTI]
CORNER PIN (CPIN) PIN AMP (PAMP)

D+O+D
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PIN PHASE (PPHA)

KV·27S1 0/27S15/29RS1 0
RM·YU8 RM-YI21

AM·YI16

KV-27S1 0/27S15/29RS1 0
AM-Y11e AM-Y1Z1

KV-27S 10/27S 15/29RS 10
AM-YUG AM-Y121 AM-YllS

KV-27S1 0/27S15/29RS1 0
AM-YI16 AM-YI21 AM-YU6

KV·27S1 0/27S15/29RS1 0
RM-Y118 RM·Y121 RM-YUe

AM-Y11e

SECTION 6 DIAGRAMS
6-1. BLOCK DIAGRAMS (1)

KV-29RS15/32S10/32S15

RM-Y12l RM-Y1le AM-YI21

KV-29RS15/32S10/32S15

KV-29RS15/32S10/32S15

AM-Y1Zl AM-YUG AM-YI21

AM-Yt21 AM-YltG AM-YI21

KV-29RS15/32S10/32S15

KV-29RS15/32S10/32S15

AM-YI21 AM-YI16 AM-YI21

RM-Y1Zl AM-Y116 RM-Y1Zl

r
•I

~NI47

161410 II I

I 2 3 4 5 6 13 17~~ 19

i

T
:
, : I

r- - .. ----1--.....,-4--...,_-1_-,....,.-~-+_._-1_-..... -.j...,--1 !
C_N146 5 0 1 2: 5- 7 I 3 9 7 8

UA

44-+-I-I-+-1-I--I---I-+...J > In ~ ~ 5 S ~ :: ~ ~ ~
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SECTION 7 EXPLODED VIEWS
The components identified by shading and mark & are crltical for safety Replace only with part number specified. les composants identifies par une trame et une marque & sont critiques pour la securite Ne les remplacer que par une piece portant Ie numero specifie.

• Items with no part number and no description are not stocked because they are seldom required for routine service. • The construction parts of an assembled part are indicated with a collation number in the remark column. • Items marked" are not stocked si nce they are seldom required for routine service. Some delay should be anticipated when ordering these items.

NOTE:

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7-1. CHASSIS
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DESCRIPTION
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REMARK

11 12 13

*A-1306-454-A *A-1306-462-A *A-1341-622-A *A-1394-526-A *A-1394-527-A *A-1394-543-A *A-1394-544-A *A-1195-062-A 4-039-524-01 4-382-854-11 1-573-657-11 4-039-463-01

M BOARD, COMPLETE . (KV~27S10/27S15/32S10/32S15) M BOARD, COMPLETE (KV-29RSI0/29RSI5) E BOARD, COMPLETE (KV-32S10/32S15) UA BOARD, COMPLETE (KV-27S15/29RSI5) UA BOARD, COMPLETE (KV-32S15) UA BOARD, COMPLETE ~KV-27S10/29RSI0) UA BOARD, COMPLETE KV-32S10) P BOARD, COMPLETE (KV-27S15/29RSI5/32S15) PANEL, ANTENNA TERMINAL SCREW (M3XIO), P, SW (+) PLUG, F-PIN COVER, REAR (KV-27S10/27S15/29RSI0/29RSI5)

4-319-520-11 SCREW, SPECIAL (+PW4X30) *A-1346-192-A D BOARD, COMPLETE (KV-27S10/27S15/29RSI0/29RSI5) *A-1346-193-A D BOARD, COMPLETE (KV-32S10/32S15)

14 15 16 17 18

- 90-

KV-27S1 0/27S15/29RS1 0
RM·Y118 RM·Y121

RM·Y118

KV-29RS15/32S10/32S1.5

RM·Y121 RM·Y118 RM·Y121

7-2. PICTURE TUBE

The components identified by shading and mark & are critical for safety. Replace only with part number specified

une trame et une marque & sont critiques pour la securite.

Les composants

identifies

par

Ne les rem placer que par une piece portant Ie numero specifie

REF.NO. PART NO. 51 52 X-4306-312-0 X-4031-657-1 X-4031-657-2 4-043-224-01 4-043-224-11

DESCRIPTION PERMALLOY ASSY, CONVERGENCE BEZNET ASSY (KV-32S15) BEZNET ASSY (KV-32S10) BEZNET (KV-27S15/29RSI5) BEZNET (KV-27S10/29RSI0) PANEL, CONTROL (KV-32S10) LID, CONTROL (KV-32S15) SPEAKER (13.1X6.2CM) SCREW(3X16),TAPPING,+BV WASHER

REMARK REF.NO. PART NO. 53 53 60

DESCRIPTION

REMARK

*A-1331-327-A C BOARD, COMPLETE (KV-27S10/27S15/29RSI0/29RSI5) *A-1331-351-A C BOARD, COMPLETE (KV-32S10/32S15) 61 4-036-329-01 SPRING (B)" TENSION 92&il,"i~P2~952S!12 GPI,t.iD~MG,N,ET.IZfATION(KV"'32$o/3.2$15) t 63 64 65 66 *4-371-629-01 4-033-681-01 4-041-268-01 4-040-388-01 STOPPER, WIRE (KV-32S10/32S15) HOLDER, LEAD (KV-32S10/32S15) SCREW (7), TAPPING HOLDER (S), DGC (KV-27S10/27S15/29RSIO/29RS15)

53

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-91-

KV-27S1 0/27S15/29RS1
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RM-Y116

0

KV-29RS15/32S10/32S15

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NOTE:
he components Identified by shading and mark It are crmcal for safety. Replace only with part number specified

I

SECTION 8 ELECTRICAL PARTS LIST

Items marked "*" are not stocked since they are seldom required for routine service. Some delay should be anticipated when ordering these items. • All variable and adjustable resistors have characteristic curve B, unless otherwise noted_ RESISTORS • All resistors are in ohms • F : nonflammable

When indicating parts by reference number, please include the board name.
MF : ItF,

CAPACITORS

PF : wF

• MMH : mH. UH:

COILS

It H

une trame et une marque It sont cnuques pour la secunte Ne les remplacer que par une piece portant Ie numero speclfle.

Les composants

Identifies par

The components Identified by B In this manual have been carefully factory-selected for each set In order to satisfy regulations regarding X-ray radiation Should replacement be required, replace only with the value onqmallv used

REF.NO. PART NO.

DESCRIPTION

REMARK iREF.NO. PART NO.

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DESCRIPTION CERAMIC CERAMIC CERAMIC CERAMIC CERAMIC CERAMIC CERAMIC CERAMIC CERAMIC CERAMIC CERAMIC CERAMIC CERAMIC CERAMIC CERAMIC CERAMIC CERAMIC CERAMIC CERAMIC CERAMIC CHIP CHIP CHIP CHIP CHIP CHIP CHIP CHIP CHIP CHIP CHIP CHIP CHIP CHIP CHIP CHIP CHIP CHIP CHIP CHIP CHIP CHIP CHIP CHIP CHIP 220PF 100PF 68PF O.OIMF 27PF 22PF O.OOIMF 22PF O.OIMF 100PF 68PF 56PF 120PF O.OOIMF O.OOIMF O.IMF O.OOIMF O.OOIMF O.OOIMF O.OOIMF O.OOIMF O.IMF O.IMF O.IMF 47PF 22PF 22PF 56PF 22PF 22PF 5% 5% 5% 10% 5% 5% 5% 5% 10% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 20%

REMARK 50V 50Y 50V 50V 50V 50V 50Y 50V 50V 50V 50V 50V 50V 50Y 50V 50Y 50V 50V 50Y 50V 50Y 50V 50Y 50V 50V 50V 50V 50V 50V 50Y 50Y 50V 16V

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C3264 C3265 C3266 C3267 C3268

CHIP IMP 470MF CHIP IMF CHIP IMF CHIP 0.33MF CHIP CHIP CHIP CHIP CHIP CHIP CHIP CHIP CHIP CHIP CHIP CHIP CHIP CHIP CHIP CHIP CHIP CHIP CHIP CHIP CHIP CHIP CHIP CHIP CHIP 0.33MF 0.22MF O.22MF 0.47MF IMF 100PF 10PF O.OOIMF 220PF 100PF O.OIMF O.OIMF O.OIMF O.OIMF O.OIMF 22PF O.OOIMF 22PF 27PF O.OIMF 100PF 68PF O.OIMF O.OIMF 0.022MF

i C3269 1-163-141-00 CERAMIC i C3270 1-165-319-11 CERAMIC : C3271 1-165-319-11 CERAMIC I C3272 1-165-319-11 CERAMIC C3273 1-163-109-00 CERAMIC
I I I

i C3274 1-163-101-00 CERAMIC CHIP i C3275 1-163-101-00 CERAMIC CHIP i C3276 1-163-111-00 CERAMIC CHIP I C3277 1-163-101-00 CERAMIC CHIP : C3278 1-163-101-00 CERAMIC CHIP
I

I I I I I I I I I I I I

: C3279 1-163-141-00 CERAMIC CHIP O.OOIMF : C3280 1-124-907-11 ELECT 10MF i C3282 1-164-346-11 CERAMIC CHIP IMF <CONNECTOR>

: :

: CN150 1-573-297-21 CONNECTOR, BOARD TO BOARD 18P <DIODE> 8-719-031-68 8-719-404-46 8-719-110-17 8-719-110-17 <IC> IC3200 IC3201 IC3202 IC3203 IC3204 8-759-971-56 IC MB81461B-12RS-PSZ 8-759-093-29 IC MB86144BPF-G-BND 8-759-093-28 IC MB40176PF-G-BND-EF 8-759-093-28 IC MB40176PF-G-BND-EF 8-759-093-26 IC MB3512PFQ-G-BND-EF DIODE DIODE DIODE DIODE HVU359TRF MAllO ROI0ESB2 RDIOESB2

: 03202 i D3203 i 03208 i 03209
I I I I I I I I I I I

:
I I I I I

- 92-

KV-27S1 O/27S15/29RS1
RM·Y118 RM'Y121

RM.Y118

0

KV-29RS15/32S10/32S15
RM'Y121 RM'Y118 RM.Y121

1 P (KV-27S15/29RS15/32S15) ]1
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A1

REF. NO. PART NO.
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REMARK IREF.NO. PART NO.

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DESCR[PT[ON GLAZE GLAZE GLAZE GLAZE GLAZE GLAZE GLAZE GLAZE GLAZE GLAZE GLAZE GLAZE GLAZE GLAZE GLAZE GLAZE GLAZE GLAZE GLAZE GLAZE GLAZE GLAZE GLAZE GLAZE GLAZE GLAZE GLAZE CHIP CHIP GLAZE GLAZE GLAZE GLAZE GLAZE 1K 560 2.2K lK 100 100 100 6.8K 3.9K 0 2.2K 560 lK 560 4.7K 560 470 560 2.2 10K 100 100 lK 2.2K 1.8K l.5K 2.2K 1.8K 1.5K 10K lK lK lK 2.2 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 0.50% 0.50% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 1/10W 1/10W 1/1OW 1/1OW 1fl0W Ifl0W l/IOW Ifl0W 1I10W 11lOW If10W If10W 1I10W Ifl0W 11lOW Ifl0W Ifl0W 1I10W 1I10W Ifl0W 11lOW IflOW IflOW 11lOW Ifl0W 1fl0W 1I10W Ifl0W If lOW 1/10W Ifl0W 1fl0W Ifl0W If10W

REMARK

IC3205 8-759-243-19

[C TC7SU04F

<COIL> 1.3201 L3202 1.3203 L3204 L3205 L3206 L3207 L3208 L3209 1-410-470-11 1-408-424-00 1-408-424-00 1-410-476-11 1-410-470-11 HI0-387-11 1-410-387-11 1-410-387-11 HI0-387-11 [NDUCTOR [NDUCTOR [NDUCTOR [NDUCTOR [NDUCTOR [NDUCTOR [NDUCTOR [NDUCTOR [NDUCTOR 10UH 180UI! 180UH 33UH 10UH 33UH 33UH 33UH 33UH

I R3238 1-216-049-00 : R3239 1-216-043-00 I R3241 1-216-057-00 I R3242 1-216-049-00 : R3243 1-216-025-00 : R3244 1-216-025-00 I R3245 1-216-025-00 i R3246 1-216-069-00 R3247 1-216-063-00 : : : : :
I I I I I I I

I

METAL METAL METAL METAL METAL METAL METAL METAL METAL METAL METAL METAL METAL METAL METAL METAL METAL METAL METAL METAL METAL METAL METAL METAL METAL METAL METAL METAL METAL METAL METAL METAL METAL METAL

R3248 R3249 R3250 R3251 R3252

1-216-295-00 1-216-057-00 1-216-043-00 1-216-049-00 1-216-043-00

<TRANS[STOR> Q3201 Q3202 Q3203 Q3204 Q3206 Q3207 Q3208 Q3209 Q3210 8-729-216-22 8-729-422-27 8-729-216-22 8-729-216-22 8-729-422-27 8-729-216-22 8-729-422-27 8-729-216-22 8-729-216-22 TRANS[STOR TRANSISTOR TRANS[STOR TRANSISTOR TRANS[STOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR 2SA1162-G 2SD601A-Q 2SA1162-G 2SA1162-G 2SD601A-Q 2SA1162-G 2SD601A-Q 2SA1162-G 2SA1162-G

: R3253 1-216-065-00 : R3254 1-216-043-00 : R3255 1-216-041-00 : R3256 1-216-043-00 : R3259 1-216-298-00 : R3260 : R3263 : R3264 : R3265 : R3266
I I

<RESISTOR> R3201 R3202 R3203 R3204 R3205 R3207 R3208 R3209 R3210 R3211 R3212 R3213 R3214 R3215 R3216 R3217 R3218 R3219 R3220 R3221 R3222 R3223 R3224 R3225 R3226 R3227 R3228 R3229 R3230 R3231 R3232 R3233 R3234 R3235 R3236 1-216-097-00 1-216-073-00 1-216-025-00 1-216-025-00 1-216-121-00 1-216-295-00 1-216-097-00 1-216-079-00 1-216-089-91 1-216-073-00 1-216-073-00 1-216-075-00 1-216-121-00 1-216-057-00 1-216-057-00 1-216-057-00 1-216-049-00 1-216-049-00 1-216-049-00 1-216-655-11 1-216-655-11 1-216-025-00 1-216-049-00 1-216-025-00 1-216-085-00 1-216-647-11 1-216-045-00 1-216-073-00 1-216-073-00 1-216-001-00 1-216-083-00 1-216-049-00 1-216-651-11 1-216-043-00 1-216-065-00 METAL METAL METAL METAL METAL METAL METAL METAL METAL METAL METAL METAL METAL METAL METAL METAL METAL METAL METAL METAL METAL METAL METAL METAL METAL METAL METAL METAL METAL METAL METAL METAL METAL METAL METAL GLAZE GLAZE GLAZE GLAZE GLAZE GLAZE GLAZE GLAZE GLAZE GLAZE GLAZE GLAZE GLAZE GLAZE GLAZE GLAZE GLAZE GLAZE GLAZE CHIP CHIP GLAZE GLAZE GLAZE GLAZE CHIP GLAZE GLAZE GLAZE GLAZE GLAZE GLAZE CHIP GLAZE GLAZE lOOK 10K 100 100 1M 0 lOOK 18K 47K 10K 10K 12K 1M 2.2K 2.2K 2.2K lK lK lK 1.5K
1. 5K 100 lK 100 33K

5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 0.50% 0.50% 5% 5% 5% 5% 0.50% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 0.50% 5% 5% 5%

If lOW
1/10W 1/IOW IflOW Ifl0W

: R3267 : R3268 : R3269 : R3270 : R3271
I I

I I

1-216-073-00 1-216-025-00 1-216-025-00 1-216-049-00 1-216-057-00 1-216-055-00 1-216-053-00 1-216-057-00 1-216-657-11 1-216-655-11

Ifl0W 1/10W Ifl0W 1/10W If lOW 1fl0W 1/10W Ifl0W l/IOW 1/10W 1flOW l/10W Ifl0W Ifl0W Ifl0W Ifl0W 1/l0W If lOW 1I10W 1I10W 1I10W 1fl0W 11lOW Ifl0W 1I10W Ifl0W Ifl0W Ifl0W 11lOW If lOW Ifl0W

: R3273 1-216-073-00 : R3274 1-216-049-00 : R3275 1-216-049-00 : R3276 1-216-049-00 : R3277 1-216-298-00
I I I I I I I I

<CRYSTAL> 1-567-878-11 1-567-878-11 VIBRATOR, CRYSTAL VIBRATOR, CRYSTAL

: X3201 : X3202
I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I

: ************************************************************* *A-1297-221-A A BOARD, COMPLETE ***************** <CAPACITOR> 1-164-232-11 1-164-232-11 1-126-935-11 1-126-935-11 1-126-964-11 1-126-933-11 1-124-916-11 1-164-161-11 CERAMIC CHIP O.OIMF CERAMIC CHIP O.OIMF ELECT 470MF ELECT 470MF ELECT 10MF ELECT 100MF ELECT 22MF CERAMIC CHIP 0.0022MF 10% 10% 20% 20% 20% 20% 20% 10% 50V 50V 16V 16V 50V 16V 25V 50V

: C173 : C174
I I

: C176 : C177

: cm

680 680 10K 10K 10 27K 1K lK 560 4.7K 560

: C178 : C179 : C181
I I I I

<CONNECTOR> CNI03 *1-564-519-11 CN151 1-573-979-21 CN152 1-750-394-11 CN164 1-564-505-11 CN165 1-564-505-11 CN208 1-564-510-11 PLUG, CONNECTOR 4P CONNECTOR, BOARD TO BOARD liP PIN, CONNECTOR (STAKING) 32P PLUG, CONNECTOR 2P PLUG, CONNECTOR 2P PLUG, CONNECTOR 7P

R3237 1-216-043-00

METAL GLAZE

- 93-

KV-2751 0/27515/29R51
RM·Y116 RM·Y121

RM·Y116

0

KV-29R515/3251

RM·Y121 RM.Y116 RM·Y121

0/32515

Les composants identifies par une trame et une marque ,11, sont critiques pour la seturite. Ne les remplacer que par une .piece portant Ie numero specifie.

The components identified by shading and mark & are criti'. cal for safety. Replace only with part number specified.

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REMARK 330MF 20% 2% 20% 10% 10% 10% 5% 5% 10% 10% 10% 10% 10% 20% 20% 16V 50V 50V 50V 50V 50V 50V 50V 50V 50V 50V 50V 25V 50V 50V 50V

<DIODE> D170 8-719-110-76 DIODE RD33ESBI

I C045 I : : : : C047 C048 C049 C050 C051 C052 C053 CO54 C055 C056 C057 CO58 CO59 C060 C062 CI50 C151 C152 C153 C154 CI55 C156 C157 C158 C160 C201 C202 C203 C204 C205 C211 C212 C213 C214 C216 C301 C305 C306 C307 C308 C310 C311 C313 C315 C316 C317 C318 C319 C320 C321 C322

1-126-940-11 1-104-896-11 1-126-964-11 1-163-001-11 1-163-001-11 1-163-031-11 1-163-001-11 1-163-121-00 1-163-125-00 1-163-001- i1 1-163-001-11 1-163-017-00 1-163-037-11 1-163-001-11 1-124-903-11 1-126-964-11 1-136-165-00 1-136-175-00 1-126-964-11 1-137-367-11 1-163-038-00 1-126-964-11 1-163-135-00

ELECT CERAMIC ELECT CERAMIC CERAMIC CERAMIC CERAMIC CERAMIC CERAMIC CERAMIC CERAMIC

<COIL> LI70 Ll71 LI72 1-408-408-00 1-408-408-00 1-408-408-00 INDUCTOR INDUCTOR INDUCTOR 8.2UH 8.2UH 8.2UH

<RESISTOR> RI70 RI74 R176 RI77 RI79 R187 RI93 RI96 1-216-025-00 METAL GLAZE 1-216-689-11 METAL GLAZE 1-216-295-00 METAL GLAZE 1-215-900-11 METAL OXIDE 1-216-065-00 METAL GLAZE 1-216-083-00 1-216-037-00 1-216-037-00 METAL GLAZE METAL GLAZE METAL GLAZE 100 39K 0 22K 4.7K 27K 330 330 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 1/10W 1/10W I/I0W 2W F 1I10W 1IiOW 1I10W I/IoW

<TUNER> TUI01&. 8-598-254-00 TUNER BTF-WM02 *************************************************************: *A-1306-454-A M BOARD, COMPLETE ***************** (KV-27SI0/27S15/32S10/32S15) *A-1306-462-A M BOARD, COMPLETE (KV-29RSI0/29RSI5) ***************** <CAPACITOR> C002 C003 C005 C006 C007 C008 C009 COlO C012 COB COl4 COl5 Co16 C017 C018 C019 C021 C022 C023 [025 C028 C029 C032 r033 C034 C035 C041 C043 1-163-809-11 1-163-001-11 1-163-001-11 1-163-001-11 1-124-903-11 CERAMIC CERAMIC CERAMIC CERAMIC ELECT CHIP CHIP CHIP CHIP 0.047MF 220PF 220PF 220PF IMF 10% 10% 10% 10% 20% 10% 10% 10% 10% 10% 10% 10% 10% 10% 10% 10 102 10% 10% 10% 25V 50V 50V 50V 50Y 50V 50V 50Y 50V 50Y 50Y 50V 50Y 50Y 50Y 50V 50Y 50V 50V 50V

I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I

CHIP 24PF lOMF CHIP 220PF CHIP 220PF CHIP O.OIMF CHIP CHIP CHIP CHIP CHIP 220PF 150PF 220PF 220PF 220PF

CERAMIC CHIP 0.0047MF CERAMIC CHIP 0.022MF CERAMIC CHIP 220PF ELECT IMF ELECT lOMF FILM FILM ELECT FILM

O.IMF 50V 5% (KV-27S10/27S15/32S10/32S15) 0.068MF 50V 5% (KV-27S10/27S15/32S10/32S15) lOMF 50V 20% (KV-27S10/27S15/32S10/32S15)

0.0033MF 50V 5% (KV-27SI0/27S15/32S10/32S15) CERAMIC CHIP O.IMF 25V (KV-27S10/27S15/32SI0/32S15) ELECT 10MF 50V 20% (KV-27SI0/27S15/32SI0/32S15)

CERAMIC CHIP 560PF 50V 5% (KV-27S10/27S15/32S10/32S15) 1-163-038-00 CERAMIC CHIP O.IMF 25V (KV-27SI0/27S15/32S10/32S15) 1-124-903-11 ELECT IMF 50V 20% (KV-27S10/27S15/32S10/32S15) 1-124-903-11 1-163-017-00 1-163-001-11 1-163-989-11 1-126-933-11 1-163-001-11 1-163-989-11 1-124-902-00 1-124-902-00 1-163-017-00 1-104-665-11 1-163-117-00 1-126-964-11 1-124-902-00 1-163-125-00 1-163-099-00 1-124-916-11 1-124-903-11 1-163-003-11 1-126-964-11 1-126-964-11 1-126-964-11 1-136-165-00 1-136-165-00 1-136-165-00 1-126-952-11 1-136-153-00 ELECT IMF CERAMIC CHIP 0.0047MF CERAMIC CHIP 220PF CERAMIC CHIP 0.033MF ELECT 100MF CERAMIC CHIP 220PF CERAMIC CHIP 0.033MF ELECT 0.47MF ELECT 0.47MF CERAMIC CHIP 0.0047MF ELECT 100MF CERAMIC CHIP 100PF ELECT lOMF ELECT 0.47MF CERAMIC CHIP 220PF 20% 10% 10% 10% 20% 10% 10% 20% 20% 10% 20% 5% 20% 20% 5% 50V 50V 50V 25V 16V 50Y 25Y 50Y 50V 50Y 25Y 50Y 50V 50Y 50Y

1-163-001-11 CERAMIC CHIP 220PF 1-163-001-11 CERAMIC CHIP 220PF 1-163-001-11 CERAMIC CHIP 220PF 1-163-001-11 CERAMIC CHIP 220PF 1-163-001-11 CERAMIC CHIP 220PF 1-163-001-11 1-163-001-11 1-163-001-11 1-163-001-11 1-163-001-11 1-163-001-11 1-163-001-11 1-163-001-11 1-163-001-11 1-163-001-11 CERAMIC CERAMIC CERAMIC CERAMIC CERAMIC CERAMIC CERAMIC CERAMIC CERAMIC CERAMIC CHIP CHIP CHIP CHIP CHIP CHIP CHIP CHIP CHIP CHIP 220PF 220PF 220PF 220PF 220PF 220PF 220PF 220PF 220PF 220PF

1-163-001-11 CERAMIC CHIP 220PF 10% 50V 1-163-001-11 CERAMIC CHIP 220PF 10% 50V 1-124-902-00 ELECT 0.47MF 20% 50V 1-126-933-11 ELECT I00MF 20% 10V 1-163-001-11 CERAMIC CHIP 220PF 10% 50Y (KV-27S10127S15132S10132S15) 1-163-001-11 1-163-009-11 1-163-159-00 CERAMIC CHIP 220PF 10% 50V (KV-27S10/27S15/32S10/32S15) CERAMIC CHIP O.OOIMF 10% 50V CERAMIC CHIP 12PF 2% 50Y

CERAMIC CHIP 18PF 50Y 5% ELECT 22MF 25V 20% ELECT IMF 50V 20% CERAMIC CHIP 330PF 50V 10% ELECT 10MF 50V 20% (KV-27S10127S15132S10132S15) ELECT ELECT FILM FILM FILM ELECT FILM IOMF 20% 50V (KV-27S10/27S15/32S10/32S15) 10MF 50V 20% (KV-27S10/27S15/32S10/32S15) O.IMF 50V 5% O. HfF O.IMF 1000MF o.OIMF 5% 5% 20% 5% 50V 50Y 16Y SOV

- 94-

KV-21$1 O/~7S15/29RS1 0
RM-Yl16 RM-Y121 RM-Yl16

KV-29RS1.5/32S10/32S15

RM-Y121 RM-Yl16 RM-Y121

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I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I

DESCRIPTION
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~ REMARK

C323 C324 C325 C326 C327 C328 C329 C330 C332 C333 C334 C335 C336 C337 C338 C340 C341 C342

1-126-923-11 1-163-003-11 1-163-037 -11 1-136-169-00 1-136-169-00 1-124-902-00 1-124-903-11 1-126-964-11 1-164-489-11 1-163-011-11 1-124-902-00 1-163-001-11 1-124-903-11 1-124-902-00 1-136-153-00

ELECT 220MF CERAMIC CHIP 330PF CERAMIC CHIP 0.022MF FILM 0.22MF FILM 0.22MF ELECT 0.47MF ELECT IMF ELECT lOMF CERAMIC CHIP 0.22MF CERAMIC CHIP 0.0015MF ELECT 0.47MF CERAMIC CHIP 220PF ELECT 1MF ELECT 0.47MF FILM O.OIMF

20X loX lOX 5% 5% 20% 20% 20% 10% 10% 20% 10% 20% 20% 5% 20% 10% 10%

10V 50V 25V 50V 50V 50V 50V 50V 16V 50V 50V 50V 50V 50V 50V 50V 50V 100V

<COIL> 1-410-470-11 1-408-414-00 1-410-470-11 INDUCTOR INDUCTOR INDUCTOR 10UH 27UH 10UH (KV-27S10/27S15/32S10/32S15)

<TRANSISTOR> 8-729-216-22 8-729-216-22 8-729-422-27 8-729-422-27 8-729-422-27 8-729-216-22 8-729-216-22 8-729-422-27 TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR 2SA1162-G 2SA1162-G 2SD601A-Q 2SD601A-Q (KV-27S10/27S15/32S10/32S15) 2SD601A-Q 2SA1162-G 2SA1162-G 2SD601A-Q

: QOOI : Q004 i Q005 I Q151 Q201 Q301 Q302 Q308

1-124-903-11 ELECT IMF 1-163-005-11 CERAMIC CHIP 470PF 1-137-414-11 FILM 0.0047MF <CONNECTOR>

<RESISTOR> JR200 1-216-295-00 METAL GLAZE JR201 1-216-295-00 METAL GLAZE JR202 1-216-295-00 METAL GLAZE : R002 1-216-073-00 METAL GLAZE : R003 1-216-033-00 METAL GLAZE
I

CN129 CN130 CN131 CN134

*1-564-521-11 1-573-301-21 *1-691-914-11 *1-564-521-11

PLUG, CONNECTOR 6P CONNECTOR, BOARD TO BOARD 20P CONNECTOR, BOARD TO BOARD 15P PLUG, CONNECTOR 6P (KV-27S10/27S15/32S10/32S15) PIN, CONNECTOR (STAKING) 32P PLUG, CONNECTOR 9P PLUG, CONNECTOR 5P (KV-27S10/27S15/32S10/32S15) PLUG, CONNECTOR 2P

I I

0 0 0 10K 220 220 220 lK 220 220 220 220 220 220 220 220 220 220 220 10K 10K 220 220 lOOK 1M 10K 4.7K 10K 220 220 220 220 220 220 220

5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5%

1il0W 1il0W 1il0W 1/10W 1il0W 1il0W 1/10W 1il0W 1I10W 1il0W 1/10W 1il0W 1/10W 1il0W 1/10W 1/10W 1il0W 1/10W 1il0W 1il0W 1i10W 1il0W 1il0W I/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1il0W 1il0W 1/10W 1I10W 1il0W 1/10W 1/10W 1il0W 1/10W 1I10W 1/10W 1/10W 1I10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1I10W

CN137 1-750-394-11 CN138 *1-564-512-11 CN163 *1-564-508-11 CN168 1-564-505-11

: R004 : R005 : R006 : R007 : R008 : R009 : ROll : R012 : ROB : R016 : R017 : R018 : R019 : R020 : R021
I I I I I I

1-216-033-00 1-216-033-00 1-216-049-00 1-216-033-00 1-216-033-00

METAL METAL METAL METAL METAL

GLAZE GLAZE GLAZE GLAZE GLAZE

<DIODE> 0001 D002 D004 0005 0006 0007 D008 0009 0150 D201 D202 D205 0206 D207 D301 D304 8-719-404-46 8-719-404-46 8-719-404-46 8-713-300-57 8-719-110-17 8-719-110-17 8-719-110-17 8-719-110-17 8-719-404-46 8-719-404-46 8-719-404-46 8-719-110-17 8-719-110-17 8-719-510-48 8-719-110-17 8-719-110-17 <IC> ICI01 ICI02 ICI03 le150 8-752-851-01 8-759-168-37 8-759-805-37 8-759-084-28 IC IC IC IC CXP80424-079S ST24C0181 L78LR05D-MA MC144143PI (KV-27S10/27S15/32S10/32S15) DIODE MAllO DIODE MAllO DIODE MAllO DIODE lT33 DIODE DIODE DIODE DIODE DIODE DIODE DIODE DIODE DIODE

1-216-033-00 METAL GLAZE 1-216-033-00 METAL GLAZE 1-216-033-00 METAL GLAZE 1-216-033-00 METAL GLAZE 1-216-033-00 METAL.GLAZE 1-216-033-00 1-216-033-00 1-216-033-00 1-216-033-00 1-216-073-00 1-216-073-00 1-216-033-00 1-216-033-00 1-216-097-00 1-216-121-00 METAL METAL METAL METAL METAL METAL METAL METAL METAL METAL GLAZE GLAZE GLAZE GLAZE GLAZE GLAZE GLAZE GLAZE GLAZE GLAZE

(KV-27S10/27S15/32S10/32S15)

RDI0ESB2 RD10ESB2 RD10ESB2 RDI0ESB2 MAllO (KV-27S10/27S15/32S10/32S15) MAllO MAllO RDI0ESB2 RDI0ESB2

: R022 R023 R025 R026 R027 R028 R029 R030 : R031 : R032 : R033 : R034 : R035 : R036 : R037
I I I

DIODE DIN20R DIODE RD 10ESB2 DIODE RDI0ESB2

1-216-073-00 METAL GLAZE 1-216-065-00 METAL GLAZE 1-216-073-00 METAL GLAZE 1-216-033-00 METAL GLAZE 1-216-033-00 METAL GLAZE 1-216-033-00 METAL GLAZE 1-216-033-00 METAL GLAZE 1-216-033-00 METAL GLAZE 1-216-033-00 METAL GLAZE 1-216-033-00 METAL GLAZE 1-216-033-00 1-216-295-00 1-216-049-00 1-216-033-00 1-216-049-00 1-216-049-00 1-216-065-00 1-216-065-00 1-216-065-'00 METAL METAL METAL METAL METAL METAL METAL METAL METAL

IC201 8-759-090-21 IC202 8-759-983-69 IC301 8-752-059-67

IC TDA8424 IC LM358PS IC CXA1465AS

: R043 : R044 : R045 : R046

I I

: R038 : R039 : R040 : R041 : R042

,

GLAZE 220 GLAZE 0 GLAZE lK GLAZE 220 GLi\ZE lK

GLAZE lK 5% GLAZE 4.7K 5% GLi\ZE 4.7K 5% GLAZE 4.7K 5%

- 95-

KV-2751 0/27515/29R51
RM·Y11S RM·Y121

RM·Y11S

0

KV-29R515/3251
R~Y121

RM·Y11S RM·Y121

0/32515

~

REF.NO. PART NO.
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DESCR IPTiON ----------10K IK IK 10K 4.7K 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 1I10W II10W 1II0W 1II0W 1/10W

REMARK IREF.NO. PART NO.
1 ______ ________

DESCRIPTION ----------METAL GLAZE

REMARK

R048 R049 R050 R051 R052 R053 R054 R055 R056 R057 R058 R059 R060

1-216-073-00 METAL GLAZE 1-216-049-00 METAL GLAZE 1-216-049-00 METAL GLAZE 1-216-073-00 METAL GLAZE 1-216-065-00 METAL GLAZE

R161 R162

1-216-049-00 1-216-065-00 1-216-065-00 1-216-065-00 1-216-065-00 1-216-049-00 1-216-049-00

1-216-049-00 METAL GLAZE 1-216-049-00 METAL GLAZE 1-216-033-00 METAL GLAZE 1-216-065-00

R163 lK 1/10W 5% lK 1/lOW 5% 220 5% I/I0W RIM (KV-27S10127S15/32SI0/32S15) METAL GLAZE 4.7K 5% I/IOW : R165
I I I I

lK 1/10W 5% (KV-27S10/27S15/32S10/32S15) METAL GLAZE 4.7K 5% 1II0W (KV-27S10/27S15/32S10/32S15) METAL GLAZE 4.7K 5% 1II0W {KV-27SI0/27S15/32S10/32S15) METAL GLAZE 4.7K 5% 1/IOW (KV-27SI0/27S15/32S10/32S15) METAL GLAZE 4.7K 5% 1II0W (KV-27S10/27S15/32S10/32S15) METAL GLAZE lK 5% 1/10W (KV-27SI0/27S15/32S10/32S15) METAL GLAZE

1-216-065-00 METAL GLAZE 1-216-073-00 METAL GLAZE 1-216-065-00 METAL GLAZE 1-216-079-00 METAL GLAZE 1-216-295-00 METAL METAL METAL METAL METAL METAL METAL METAL METAL METAL METAL

R062 R063 R064 H065 R066 R067 R069 R070 R071 R074 R075 R076 R078
R079

1-216-057-00 1-216-033-00 1-216-065-00 1-216-065-00 1-216-025-00 1-216-025-00 1-216-033-00 1-216-049-00 1-216-049-00 1-216-295-00

R080 R082 R083 R086 R087 RU91 RUn R093 R150 H151 HI52 HI53 R154 RI55 RI56 H157 RI58 H159 R160

1-216-295-00 METAL 1-216-295-00 METAL 1-216-073-00 METAL 1-216-295-00 METAL 1-216-073-00 METAL 1-216-073-00 1-216-089-91 1-216-089-91 1-216-049-00 1-216-073-00 METAL METAL METAL METAL METAL

1-216-073-00 METAL 1-216-097-00 METAL 1-216-097-00 METAL 1-216-049-00 1-216-049-00 METAL

: R166 4.7K 5% 1/10W 10K 5% 1II0W 4.7K 5% 1I10W : R168 18K 5% 1/10W (KV-27SI0/27S15/32S10/32S15) : R201 : R202 GLAZE 0 5% 1I10W : R203 (KV-29RSIO/29RSI5) GLAZE 2.2K 5% 1/10W ! R204 GLAZE 220 5% 1/IOW : R205 (KV-27S10/27S15/32S10/32S15) : R206 : R207 GLAZE 4.7K 5% 1/10W : R208 GLAZE 4.7K 5% 1I10W GLAZE 100 5% 11lOW : R209 GLAZE 100 5% 1/10W : R210 GLAZE 220 5% 1II0W : R211 (KV-27S10/27S15/32S10/32S15) : R212 i R213 GLAZE lK I/I0W 5% (KV-27S10/27S15/32S10/32S15) : R218 GLAZE lK 1/10W 5% : R219 (KV-27S10/27S15/32S10/32S15) I R220 GLAZE 0 1/10W 5% : R222 : R223 GLAZE 0 1/10W 5% GLAZE 0 1/10W 5% : R301 GLAZE 10K 5% 1/10!&) : R302 GLAZE 0 1/10W 5% : R303 GLAZE 10K 5% 1/10W : R304 I R305 GLAZE 10K 5% 1/lOW GLAZE 47K 5% 1/10W : R306 GLAZE 47K 5% 1/10W : R312 GLAZE lK 1/10W 5% : R313 GLAZE 10K 5% 11lOW : R321 : R323 GLAZE 10K 5% 1/10W GLAZE lOOK 5% 1/10W : R324 GLAZE lOOK 5% 11lOW : R327 (KV-27S10/27S15/32SI0/32S15) : R328 GLAZE lK 1/10W 5% : R329 (KV-27S10/27S15/32SI0/32S15) : R330
I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I

lK I/10W 5% (KV-27S10/27S15/32S10/32S15) 1-216-073-00 METAL GLAZE 10K 5% I/I0W 1-216-073-00 METAL GLAZE 10K 5% I/IOW 1-216-089-91 METAL GLAZE 47K 5% 1/10W 1-216-089-91 1-216-295-00 1-216-295-00 1-216-085-00 1-216-089-91 1-216-085-00 1-216-089-91 1-216-033-00 1-216-025-00 1-216-025-00 1-216-073-00 1-216-073-00 1-216-033-00 1-216-089-91 1-216-045-00 1-216-025-00 1-216-049-00 1-216-065-00 1-216-039-00 1-216-039-00 1-216-057-00 1-216-119-00 1-216-079-00 1-216-025-00 1-216-041-00 1-216-025-00 1-216-653-11 1-216-033-00 1-216-033-00 1-216-295-00 1-216-678-11 1-216-057-00 1-216-025-00 1-216-687-11 1-216-121-00 METAL METAL METAL METAL METAL METAL METAL METAL METAL METAL METAL METAL METAL METAL METAL METAL METAL METAL METAL METAL METAL METAL METAL METAL METAL METAL METAL METAL METAL METAL METAL METAL METAL METAL METAL GLAZE GLAZE GLAZE GLAZE GLAZE GLAZE GLAZE GLAZE GLAZE GLAZE GLAZE GLAZE GLAZE GLAZE GLAZE GLAZE GLAZE GLAZE GLAZE GLAZE GLAZE GLAZE GLAZE GLAZE GLAZE GLAZE CHIP GLAZE GLAZE GLAZE CHIP GLAZE GLAZE CHIP GLAZE 47K 0 0 33K 47K 33K 47K 220 100 100 10K 10K 220 47K 680 100 lK 4.7K 390 390 2.2K 820K 18K 100 470 100 1.2K 220 220 0 13K 2.2K 100 33K 1M 0 lK lK IK 15K 33K 0 1. 5K 560 330K 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 0.50% 5% 5% 5% 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/lOW 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/lOW 1/10W 1/10W 1II0W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1I10W 1II0W 1I10W 1/10W 1I10W 1/lOW 1/10W 1I10W 1I1OW 1I10W I/IOW 1I10W

IK 1/10W 5% : R331 (KV-27S10/27S15/32S10/32S15) : R332 1-216-069-00 METAL GLAZE 6.8K 5% 1I10W : R333 (KV-27SI0/27S15/32SI0/32S15) : R334 1-216-041-00 METAL GLAZE 470 5% 1/lOW I R335 (KV-27SI0/27S15/32S10/32S15) : R336 1-216-049-00 METAL GLAZE lK 1/10W 5% : R337 (KV-27S10/27S15/32S10/32S15) : R338 1-216-073-00 METAL GLAZE 10K 5% 1/10W : R339 1-216-073-00 METAL GLAZE 10K 5% 1II0W : R340 (KV-27S10/27S15/32S10/32S15) : R341 1-216-073-00 METAL GLAZE 10K 5% 1/10W : R342 (KV-27S10/27S15/32S10/32S15) : R343 1-216-049-00 METAL GLAZE lK 5" 1I1OW I. : R344 (KV-27SI0/27S15/32S10/32S15) : R345 1-216-049-00 METAL GLAZE IK 1II0W 5% (KV-27SI0/27S15/32SI0/32S15) : R346
I I I I I I

METAL GLAZE

0.507. 1/10W 1/10W 5% I/I0W 5% 0.50% I/I0W 5% 1/10W 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% I/I0W 1I10W 1I4W F 1II0W I/IOW I/I0W 1I10W I/IOW 1I1OW 1/10W 1/10W

1-216-295-00 METAL GLAZE 1-216-049-00 METAL GLAZE 1-249-417-11 CARBON 1-216-049-00 METAL GLAZE 1-216-077-00 METAL GLAZE 1-216-085-00 METAL GLAZE 1-216-295-00 METAL GLAZE 1-216-053-00 METAL GLAZE 1-216-043-00 METAL GLAZE 1-216-109-00 METAL GLAZE 1-216-071-00 METAL GLAZE

8.2K 5%

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The components Identified by shading and mark & are crrncal for safety Replace only with part number specified

Les composants

Identifies

par

KV-27S1 0/27S15/29RS1
RM-Y116 RM-Y121

une trame et une marque & sont critiques pour la secunte. Ne les rem placer que par une piece portant Ie numera speclfle.

RM-Y116

0

KV-29RS15/32S10/32S15

RM-Y121 RM-Y116 RM-Y121

REF.NO. PART NO. R347 R348 R349 R351 R352 R354 R356 R374 R375 1-249-409-11 1-216-097-00 1-216-089-91 1-216-065-00 1-216-089-91 1-216-033-00 1-216-295-00 1-216-033-00 1-216-033-00

IJESCRIPTION CARBON METAL GLAZE METAL GLAZE METAL GLAZE METAL GLAZE METAL METAL METAL METAL GLAZE GLAZE GLAZE GLAZE 220 lOOK 47K 4.7K 47K 220 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 1I4W F 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1I10W 1I10W 1I10W 1/10W

REMARK :REF.NO. PART NO.
1

I I
I

_

DESCRIPTION

~@]
REMARK

: D772 : D773

! D777
: D790 : D791

8-719-911-19 DIODE ISS119 8-719-911-19 DIODE 155119 8-719-109-72 8-719-911-19 8-719-911-19 8-719-911-19 DIODE DIODE DIODE DIODE RD3.9ESB2 lSS119 ISS119 155119

o

I

D792

220 220

I I

iI

I I

<JACK> SOCKET, PICTURE TUBE

<CRYSTAL> XOOI X301 1-579-917-21 VIBRATOR, CRYSTAL 1-567-505-11 OSCILLATOR, CRYSTAL

! L701 *************************************************************: *A-1331-327-A C BOARD, COMPLETE ***************** (KV-27S10/27S15/29R510/29R515) : Q711 *A-1331-351-A C BOARIJ,COMPLETE (KV-32S10/32S15) : Q712 : Q731 ***************** : Q732 : Q751 <CAPACITOR> : Q752 C700 1-102-074-00 CERAMIC O.OOIMF 50V 10% : Q770 (701 1-162-114-00 CERAMIC 0.0047MF 2KV : Q771 C702 1-106-375-12 MYLAR 0.022MF 200V : Q772 C703 1-106-375-12 MYLAR 0.022MF 200Y : Q773 C704 1-162-116-00 CERAMIC 680PF 2KV 10%
I I I I I I I I

I I I I I I I

: J701 ~1-540-124-11

<COIL> 1-410-478-11 INDUCTOR <TRANSISTOR> 8-729-326-11 8-729-119-78 8-729-326-11 8-729-119-78 8-729-326-11 8-729-119-78 8-729-119-76 8-729-200-17 8-729-200-17 8-729-200-17 TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR 2SC2611 2SC2785-HFE (KV-32S10/32S15) 2SC2611 2SC2785-HFE (KV-32S10/32S15) 2SC2611 2SC2785-HFE (KV-32S10/32S15) 2SAI175-HFE 2SAI091-0 2SA1091-0 2SAI091-0 47UH

C705 C706

1-123-946-00 ELECT 1-124-916-11 ELECT 1-126-933-11 ELECT

C707
C7ll

1-102-129-00 CERAMIC 1-164-083-11 CERAMIC 1-164-081-11 CERAMIC 1-164-083-11 CERAMIC 1-164-081-11 CERAMIC 1-164-083-11 CERAMIC 1-164-081-11 CERAMIC 1-164-083-11 CERAMIC <CONNECTOR>

C712 C731 C732 C751 C752

4.7MF 20% 250V i 22MF 20% 25V (KV-27510/27S15/29RSI0/29RSI5) ! R700 100MF 20% 16V : R701 (KV-32S10/32S15) : R702 : R703 O.OlMF 10% 50V : R704 (KV-32S10/32S15) 680PF 10% 50V : R705 (KV-32S10/32S15) : R707 470PF 10% 50V : R710 680PF 10% 50V (KV-32S10/32S15) i 470PF 10% 50V 680PF 10% 50V (KV-32S10/32515) : R711 : R712 470PF 10% 50V : R714 (KV-27S10/27S15/29RSI0/29RS15) : R716 680PF 10% 50V (KV-32S10/32S15) ii
I I I I I I I I I I I

I I I I I

<RESISTOR> 1-247-739-11 1-244-941-00 1-249-496-11 1-249-496-11 1-216-398-11 CARBON CARBON CARBON CARBON METAL OXIDE 100 680K lOOK lOOK 5.6 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 1I2W 112W 112W 1I2W 3W F

1-216-398-11 METAL OXIDE 1-249-496-11 CARBON 1-247-758-31 CARBON 1-260-105-11 CARBON 1-247-807-31 1-215-924-71 1-249-425-11 1-249-411-11

3W F 112W (KV-32S10/32S15) 3.3K 5% 1/4W (KV-27S10/27S15/29RS10/29RS15) 3.3K 5% 1I2W (KV-32S10/32S15)

5.6 5% lOOK 5%

i I

i
I I I I I I I I I I I

CARBON 100 5% 1/4W METAL OXIDE 15K 5% 3W F CARBON 4.7K 5% 1/4W CARBON 330 5% 1I4W (KV-27S10/27S15/29RS10/29RS15) 1-249-417-11 CARBON 1K 5% 1/4W (KV-32S10/32S15) 1-249-393-11 CARBON 1-249-413-11 CARBON 1-247-758-31 CARBON 1-260-105-11 CARBON 1-247-807-31 1-215-924-71 1-249-425-11 1-249-411-11 1-249-393-11 1/4W 1I4W (KV-32S10/32S15) 3.3K 5% 1/4W (KV-27S10/27S15/29RSI0/29RSI5) 3.3K 5% 1I2W (KV-32S10/32S15) 15K 4.7K 330 10
100

CN701 1-695-915-11 TAB (CONTACT) CN702 1-508-768-00 PIN, CONNECTOR (5MM PITCH) 6P CN703 *1-564-509-11 PLUG, CONNECTOR 6P <DIODE> D711 D712 D731 D732 D751 D752 D770 D771 8-719-911-19 8-719-911-19 8-719-911-19 8-719-911-19 8-719-911-19 DIODE ISS119 DIOIJE 155119 DIODE IS5119 DIODE 155119 DIODE IS5119 (KV-32510/32515) (KV-32510/32515) (KV-32510/32S15) (KV-32S10/32S15) (KV-32S10/32515)

R717 R718

10 470

5% 5%

: R730

: R731 : R732
I R734
I I I

R736 : R737 : R750
I I I I I I

CARBON METAL OXIDE CARBON CARBON CARBON

5% 5% 5% 5% 5%

1I4W 3W F 1/4W 1/4W 1/4W

8-719-911-19 DIODE lSSl19 8-719-911-19 DIODE lSSl19 8-719-911-19 DIODE 15S119

1-247-758-31 CARBON 1-260-105-11 CARBON

3.3K 5% 1/4W (KV-27S10/27S15/29RSI0/29RSI5) 3.3K 5% 1/2W (KV-32S10/32S15)

- 97-

KV-27S1 0/27S15/29RS1
RM-Yl16 RM-Y121

RM-Yl16

0

KV -29RS 15/32S 10/32S 15

RM-Y121 RM-Yl16 RM-Y121

@Ji E (KV-32S10/32S15)
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I
REMARK IREF.NO. PART NO. 100 5% 1/4W
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REF.NO. PART NO.
--------

-----------

DESCRIPTION

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--------

-----------

DESCRIPTION

REMARK

R751 R752 R754 R755 R756

1-247-807-31 1-215-924-71 1-249-425-11 1-247-758-31 1-249-411-11 1-249-413-11

CARBON

<DIODE> 8-719-911-19 8-719-801-35 8-719-980-78 8-719-302-43 8-719-911-19 8-719-911-19 8-719-911-19 8-719-110-17 8-719-110-17 8-719-911-19 8-719-302-43 8-719-911-19 8-719-987-87 8-719-911-19 <IC> IC1501 8-752-052-88 IC1502 8-759-701-59 IC1504 8-759-135-80 IC CXA1526P IC NJM78M09FA IC UPC358C DIODE ISS119 THYRISTOR SHOR3D42 DIODE ERA83-006 DIODE ELIZ DIODE ISS119 DIODE DlODE DIODE DIODE DIODE DIODE DIODE DIODE DIODE 15S119 ISS119 RDI0ESB2 RDI0ESB2 155119 ELIZ ISS119 ERA85-009 ISS119

METAL OXIDE 15K 5% 3W F CARBON 4.7K 5% 1/4W CARBON 3.3K 5% 1/4W (KV-27S10/27S15/29RSI0/29RSI5) CARBON 330 5% 1/4W (KV-32S10/32S15) CARBON CARBON CARBON CARBON CARBON CARBON CARBON CARBON CARBON CARBON CARBON CARBON 470 5% 1/4W (KV-27510/27515/29RSI0/29RSI5) 10 1/4W 5% IK 1/4W F 5% (KV-27S10/27S15/29RSI0/29RSI5) 22K 5% 1/4W 220 220 220 47K IK 220 470 390 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 1I4W F 1/4W F 1/4W F 1/4W 1/4W F 1/4W F 1/4W 1I4W

I D1501 : D1502 I D1503 I D1504 I D1505 : D1506 I D1507 I D1508 I D1509 I D1510
I I

R757 R758 R770 R771 R772 R773 R774 R775 R776 R790 R791

1-249-~93-11 1-249-417-11 1-249-433-11 1-249-409-11 1-249-409-11 1-249-409-11 1-249-437-11 1-249-417-11 1-249-409-11 1-249-413-11 1-249-412-11

I I

<VARIABLE RESISTOR> RV702 1-230-641-11 RES, ADJ, METAL GLAZE 2.2M

*************************************************************i *A-1341-622-A E BOARD, COMPLETE (KV-32S10/32S15) ***************** I Q1501 4-382-854-11 SCREW (M3XI0), P, SW (+) I Q1502 I Q1503 : Q1506 <CAPACITOR> I Q1507
I I I I I

I Ll502 1-459-592-11 I L1504 1-459-474-11

I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I

I D1513 I D1515 I D1516 I D1517

<COIL> COIL (WITH CORE) (PMC) COIL (WITH CORE)

<TRANSISTOR> 8-729-119-78 8-729-140-96 8-729-119-76 8-729-119-78 8-729-119-78 8-729-140-93 8-729-140-93 8-729-119-76 8-729-209-15 8-729-119-78 TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR 2SC2785-HFE 2SD774-34 2SAI175-HFE 2SC2785-HFE 2SC2785-HFE 2SB733-34 2SB733-34 2SAI175-HFE 2SD2012 2SC2785-HFE

e1501 C1502 C1503 C1504 C1505 C1507 C1509 C1510 CI516 C1519 C1522 C1523 [1524 C1529 C1530 C1532 C1533 C1542 C1550

1-126-103-11 1-137-372-11 1-102-234-00 1-136-165-00 1-124-907-11 1-124-907-11 1-136-165-00 1-137-370-11 1-136-165-00 1-136-104-00 1-124-360-00 1-136-177-00 1-124-927-11 1-124-907-11 1-124-907-11

ELECT FILM CERAMIC FILM ELECT ELECT FILM FILM FILM FILM ELECT FILM ELECT ELECT ELECT

470MF 0.022MF 270PF O.IMF 10MF 10MF O.IMF O.OIMF O.IMF 0.16MF 1000MF IMF 4.7MF 10MF lOMF 4.7MF 22MF 47MF 0.24MF

20% 5% 10% 5% 20% 20% 5% 5% 5% 5%
20i.

16V 50V 500V 50V 50V 50V 50V 50V 50V 200Y 16V 50V 50V 50V 50Y 50Y 25V 16V 200V

I I

I Q1508 I QJ509 I Q1511 I Q1514 I Q1519
I I I I I I I I I I

I Q1520 8-729-119-78

TRANSISTOR 2SC2785-HFE

<RESISTOR> 1-249-409-11 1-249-409-11 1-249-435-11 1-249-429-11 1-249-421-11 1-249-423-11 1-249-410-11 1-249-437-11 1-249-429-11 1-215-461-00 CARBON CARBON CARBON CARBON CARBON CARBON CARBON CARBON CARBON METAL 220 220 33K 10K 2.2K 3.3K 270 47K 10K 47K 6.8 3.3K 180K 10 lK lK lK lK 56K 27K 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5%
1%

20% 5%

20% 20%

I R1501 I R1502 I R1503 : R1504 I R1505
I I

1/4W 1/4W 1/4W 1/4W 1/4W 1/4W 1/4W 1/4W 1/4W 1/4W 2W F 1/4W 1/4W 3W F 1/4111 1/4W 1/4W 1/4W 1/4W 1/4W
Ii

1-124-927-11 ELECT 1-126-233-11 ELECT 1-124-477-11 ELECT 1-136-756-11 FILM <CONNECTOR>

20% 20% 20% 5%

I R1506 I R1507 I R1508 I R1509 I R1510
I I

CN122 1-573-299-21 CN123 1-573-299-21 DY-2 1-508-765-00

CONNECTOR, BOARD TO BOARD lOP CONNECTOR, BOARD TO BOARD lOP PIN, CONNECTOR (5MM PITCH) 3P

I R1511 I R1513 I R1514 I R1515 I RI519
I I

1-216-379-11 METAL OXIDE 1-249-423-11 CARBON 1-247-885-00 CARBON 1-215-905-11 METAL OXIDE 1-249-417-11 CARBON 1-249-417-11 1-249-417-11 1-249-417-11 1-249-438-11 1-249-434-11 CARBON CARBON CARBON CARBON CARBON

5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5%

I R1520 I R1522 I R1527 I R1528 I R1529
I I

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e components identified by shading and mark & are critical for safety Replace only with part number specified

Les composants identifies par une trame et une marque & sont critiques pour la securite. Ne les rem placer que par une piece portant I~ numero specifie

KV-27S1.Ql~7$15/29RS1 0
RM-Y118 '.RM.Y121

RM;Y118

KV-29RS15/32S10/32S15

RM-Y121 RM-Y116RM-Y121

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REF.NO. PART NO.
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DESCRIPTION
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REMARK :REF.NO. PART NO.

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E {KV-32S10/32S15>]lD IDESCRIPTION
----------REMARK FILM ELECT FILM ELECT FILM ELECT FILM FILM FILM FILM O.IMF 4.7MF 0.047MF 220MI' O.068MF 10MI' 0.047HF O.0022MF 0.0022MF 0.0068MF 4.7MF 330PF 680PF 0.068MF 330PF 47PF 4.7MF 3.3MF 10MI' 0.47MF 0.47MF 0,47MF 0.0047MF 470MF 470MF 0.22MF 0.22MF 0.22MF 0.22MF 680PF 680PF 10MI' 2200HF 1000MF 1000MF 330PF 220MI' 100PF 0.015MF 0.027MF 100MI' 470PF 47MF 0.047MF 22MI' 470PF 100MI' O.OIMF 0.012MF 0.0047MF 100MI' 22MI' 10MI' 10MI' 2.2MF 2.2MF 220MI' 47MF 220MI' 0.47MF 0.22MF 470MF 0.22MF 1000MF 5% 20% 5% 20% 10% 20% 5% 5% 5% 5% 20% 10% 10% 10% 10% 5% 20% 20% 20% 20% 20% 20% 20% 20% 20% 5% 5% 5% 5% 10% 10% 20% 20% 20% 20% 10% 20% 10% 5% 10% 20% 10% 20% 5% 20% 10% 20% 5% 5% 10% 20% 20% 20% 20% 20% 20% 20% 20% 20% 5% 5% 20% 5% 20% 50V 50V 50V 50V lOOV 50V 50V 50V 50V 50V 50V 50V 2KV 200V 50V 500V l60V 160V 50V 125V 125V 125V 400V 200V 200V 50V 50V 50V 50V 500V 500V 50V 35V 25V 16V 500V 160V 500V 50V 400V 25V 500V 16V 50V 25V 400V lOY, 0 0 50V 16V 25V 50V 50V 50V 50V 25V 25V 25V 50V 50V 25V 50V 25V

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R1530 R1533 R1534 R1535 R1536 R1537 R1538 R1541 R1543 R1546 R1552 R1554 R1556 RI559 R1564 R1568 R1569 R1578 R1582 R1583

1-249-432-11 1-249-427-11 1-249-424-11 1-249-425-11 1-215-857-11 1-249-404-00 1-216-379-11 1-249-441-11 1-249-414-11 1-215-885~00 1-249-426-11 1-249-393-11 1-249-438-11 1-249-429-11 1-249-435-11 1-247-891-00 1-249-413-11 1-249-423-11 1-249-411-11 1-249-421-11

CARBON CARBON CARBON CARBON METAL OXIDE CARBON METAL OXIDE CARBON CARBON METAL OXIDE CARBON CARBON CARBON CARBON CARBON CARBON CARBON CARBON CARBON CARBON CARBON CARBON

18K 6.8K 3.9K 4.7K 10 82 6.8 lOOK 560 68 5.6K 10 56K 10K 33K 330K 470 3.3K 330 2.2K

5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5%

1I4W 1I4W 1I4W 1I4W lW I' 1I4W 2W I' 1/4W 1I4W 2W I' 1I4W 1/4W 1/4W 1I4W 1I4W 1/4W 1I4W 1/4W 1I4W 1/4W 1I4W 1I4W

: C537 : C538 : C540 : C541 : C542 : : : : :
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1-136-165-00 1-124-927-11 1-136-161-00 1-126-969-11 1-137-398-11 1-126-964-11 1-136-161-00 1-137-366-11 1-137-366-11 1-130-481-00

C545 1-124-927-11 ELECT C547 1-164-079-11 CERAMIC C5.48&. H62-J16+91 CilllAMIt C550 1-106-387-00 MYLAR C553 1-164-079-11 CERAMIC CERAMIC ELECT ELECT ELECT FILM

R1585 1-249-441-11 R1586 1-247-891-00

lOOK 5% 330K 5%

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: C561 1-162-815-11 : C595 1-123-932-00 : C598 1-124-342-00 : C600 1-126-964 -11 : e601.&'1-136-311-51

************************************************************* *A-1346-192-A D BOARD, COMPLETE ***************** (KV-27S10/27S15/29RSI0/29RSI5) *A-1346-193-A D BOARD, COMPLETE (KV-32S10/32S15) ***************** 4-382-854-11 SCREW (M3XI0), p, SW (+) <CAPACITOR> C501 C502 C503 C504 C505 C506 C507 C508 C509 C511 C512 C513 C514 C515 1-124-557-11 1-162-131-11 1-124-557-11 1-137-366-11 1-124-916-11 1-128-560-11 1-123-947-00 1-129-898-00 1-124-916-11 1-123-024-21 1-102-212-00 1-102-212-00 1-102-244-00 1-137-416-11 ELECT CERAMIC ELECT FILM ELECT ELECT ELECT FILM ELECT ELECT CERAMIC CERAMIC CERAMIC FILM CERAMIC CERAMIC FILM CERAMIC FILM MYLAR CERAMIC CERAMIC ELECT MYLAR ELECT FILM FILM FILM ELECT 1000MF 220PF 1000MF 0.0022MF 22MI' 20% 10% 20% 5% 20% 25V 2KV 25V 50V 25V

:C6.o2 &'1-136- 311-51 FILM C603&'1-136""311-51 FILM C604 &.1-162~578-81 CERAMIC C607 1-125-495-11 ELECT C608 1-125-495-11 ELECT

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C609 C610 C611 C612 : C613
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1-136-169-00 1-136-169-00 1-136-169-00 1-136-169-00 1-164-625-11 1-164-625-11 1-126-964-11 1-126-953-11 1-124-557-11 1-126-952-11 1-164-644-11 1-126-356-11 1-162-117-00 1-136-155-00 1-129-719-00 1-104-665-11 1-165-127-11 1-124-126-00 1-137-374-11 1-124-916-11 1-161-740-00 1-126-933-11 1-137-217-11 1-137-218-11 1-102-125-00

FILM FILM FILM FILM CERAMIC CERAMIC ELECT ELECT ELECT ELECT CERAMIC ELECT CERAMIC FILM FILM ELECT CERAMIC ELECT FILM ELECT CERAMIC ELECT FILM FILM CERAMIC ELECT ELECT ELECT ELECT ELECT ELECT ELECT ELECT ELECT FILM FILM ELECT FILM ELECT

: C614 : C616 i C617 C618 : C619
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22MI' 20% 100V 10MI' 20% 160V 0.0022MF 5% 630V (KV-27S10/27S15/29RSI0/29RSI5) 22MI' 20% 25V 33MI' 820PF 820PF 220PF O.OIMF 680PF 680PF 0.02MF 470PF 0.056MF 0.047MF 680PF 820PF 0.47MF O. 15MF IMF 2MI' O.OOIMF 0.62MF 47MF 10% 10% 10% 10% 10% 10% 3% 5% 160V 500V 500V 500V 100V 2KV 2KV 2KV 2KV 630V 200V 500V 500V 50V 200V 200V 200V 100V 200V 25V

C620 C621 C623 C624 C625 C626 C634 C635 C636 C637

J

C517 1-162-116-00 C518 1-162-116-00 C519 &.1-104~771-U C520 &"1-162-134-91 C521 &".1-136-316-51 C522 C523 C524 C525 C526 C527 C528 C529 C530 C531 1-106-383-00 1-102-002-00 1-102-212-00 1-124-902-00 1-106-395-00 1-124-341-00 1-136-113-00 1-137-410-11 1-104-844-11 1-104-664-11

C639 C641 C642 C643 C645

10%

10% 10% 20% 10% 20% 5% 10% 5% 20%

C646 1-126-933-11 C647 1-124-916-11 C684 1-124-667-11 C695 1-126-964-11 C2205 1-124-925-11 : : : : :
J J

C2208 C2210 C2211 C2212 C2213

1-124-925-11 1-104-666-11 1-104-664-11 1-104-666-11 1-136-173-00

: C2215 1-136-169-00 : C2216 1-126-941-11 : C2217 1-136-169-00 : C2218 1-124-557-11

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KV-27S1 0/27S15/29RS1
RM-Yl16 RM-Y121

RM-Yl16

0
Les composants identifies par une trame et une marque &, sont critiques pour la securite Ne les remplacer que par une piece portant Ie numero specifie. The components identified by shading and mark &, are critical for safety. Replace only with part number specified.

KV-29RS15/32S10/32S15

RM-Y121 RM-Y116 RM-Y121

REF.NO. PART NO.

DESCRIPTION 1000MF 2.2MF 20X 20%

REMARK iREF.NO. PART NO.
1 _

DESCR IPTION <FUSE> EUSE6.3A/125V CLIP, FUSE; F601

REMARK

1

C2219 1-124-557-11 ELECT C2220 1-124-925-11 ELECT <CONNECTOR>

25V 50V

1

! F60L&'I-576-193;;11 I 1-533-223-11
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CNI04 1-573-979-21 CONNECTOR, BOARD TO BOARD liP CNI07 *1-580-798-11 CONNECTOR PIN (DY) 6P CNI08 1-573-296-21 CONNECTOR, BOARD TO BOARD lOP (KV-32S10/32S15) i FBSOI CNI09 1-573-296-21 CONNECTOR, BOARD TO BOARD lOP : FBS02 : FB601 (KV-32S10/32S15) : FB602 CN113 *1-508-765-00 PIN, CONNECTOR (5MM PITCH) 3P 1 FB603 CN114 *1-580-843-11 PIN, CONNECTOR (POWER) (NI15 1-573-298-21 CONNECTOR, BOARD TO BOARD 20P : FB604 CNI16 *1-691-915-11 CONNECTOR, BOARD TO BOARD 15P : FB605 : FB606 CNI17 1-573-978-21 CONNECTOR, BOARD TO BOARD liP : FB613 : FB614 <DIODE>
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<FERRITE BEAD> 1-412-911-11 1-412-911-11 1-412-911-11 1-412-911-11 1-412-911-11 1-412-911-11 1-412-911-11 1-412-911-11 1-412-911-11 1-412-911-11 <IC> INDUCTOR, INDUCTOR, INDUCTOR, INDUCTOR, INDUCTOR, INDUCTOR, INDUCTOR, INDUCTOR, INDUCTOR, INDUCTOR, FERRITE FERRITE FERRITE FERRITE FERRITE FERRITE FERRITE FERRITE FERRITE FERRITE BEAD BEAD BEAD BEAD BEAD BEAD BEAD BEAD BEAD BEAD

D501 8-719-028-71 0502 8-719-979-86 D503 8-719-979-86 0504 &. 8-719~302-44 0505 8-719-302-43 0506 D507 0508 0509 0510 0511 D512 0513 DSI4 D515 8-719-945-80 8-719-945-80 8-719~900-26 8-719-302-43 8-719-936-82 8-719-936-82 8-719-109-84 8-719-936-82 8-719-911-19 8-719-911-19

DIODE DIODE DIODE DIODE DIODE DIODE DIODE DIODE DIODE DIODE DIODE DIODE DIODE DIODE DIODE DIODE oWDE DIODE DIODE DIODE DIODE DIODE DIODE DIODE DIODE DIODE DIODE DIODE DIODE DIODE DIODE DIODE DIODE DIODE DIODE DIODE DIODE DIODE DIODE DIODE DIUDE DIODE DIODE DIODE

ESIF-LF-G2 EGP20G EGP20G ELIZ-Vl ELlZ ERC06-15S ERC06-15S ERD29-08J ELIZ GP08DPKG3 GP08DPKG3 RD5.1ESBI GP08DPKG3 ISS119 155119 ISS119 D4SB60L-F S3VI0SS S3VIOSS DINS4 DINS4 DINS4 DINS4 DINS4 D5SC4M D2S4MF RD12ESB3 S2L20UF S2L20UF S2L20UF S2L20UF DINS4 155119 155119 155119 DIN20R DIN20R 155119 RD8.2ESB3 155119 155119 DIN20R 155119 155119

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IC501 8-759-980-58 IC TDA8172 ICS04 8-759-103-93 IC UPC393C Ie601&.HIO-05Hl I IC604 8-759-924-12 POWER MODULE DM-48 IC LM7805CT IC605 8-759-701-79 IC NJM7812FA 1
1
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: IC606 8-759-701-59 IC NJM78M09FA IC610 8-759-708-05 IC NJM78L05A IC2200 8-759-980-43 IC TDA2009A <COIL> 1-421-465-00 1-412-524-11 1-410-669-31 1-459-104-00 1-422-613-11 1-412-553-11 1-460'-173-21 1-406-607-11 1-412-524-11 COIL, FERRITE CHOKE 68UH INDUCTOR 8.2UH INDUCTOR 33UH COIL, WITH CORE COIL, AIR CORE INDUCTOR 3.3MMH COIL, .HORIZONTAL LINEARITY COIL, CHOKE 15MMH INDUCTOR 8.2UH

1

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D601 8-719-911-19 D602 &'8-719-510-63 0603 8-719-500-69 D605 8-719-500-69 D607 8-719-510-02 D608 D609 D610 D611 D612 D613 11614 D615 0616 D617 D618 0619 0622 D623 D624 D626 0627 0628 0633 D634 D635 0636 0637 0638 8-719-510-02 8-719-510-02 8-719-510-02 8-719-510-02 8-719-031-79 8-719-022-97 8-719-110-33 8-719-027-43 8-719-027-43 8-719-027-43 8-719-027-43 8-719-510-02 8-719-911-19 8-719-911-19 8-719-911-19 8-719-510-48 8-719-510-48 8-719-911-19 8-719-110-09 8-719-911-19 8-719-911-19 8-719-S]0-48 8-719-911-19 8-719-911-19

: L502 : L503 : L504 : L50S : L506
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1

I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I

L508 L509&. L510 L513

<MODULE> PM501 1-810-061-11 PROTECTOR MODULE PM-38 (KV-32S10/32S15) 1-810-061-21 PROTECTOR MODULE PM-39 (KV-27S10/27S15/29RSI0/29RSI5) <IC LINK> LINK, re 1. SA

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: PS2201&.1-532-675-91
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<TRANSISTOR> 8-729-119-80 8-729-809-29 8-729-119-78 8-729-016-32 8-729-019-51 8-729-019-51 8-729-119-76 8-729-119-78 8-729-119-78 8-729-119-78 TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR 2SC2688-LK 2SC4159-E 2SC2785~HFE 2SC4927-01 2SC4834MNP 2SC4834MNP 2SAI175-HFE 2SC2785-HFE 2SC2785-HFE 2SC2785-HFE

Q502 : QS03 : QSOS : Q591 : Q601 : Q602 : Q603 : Q604 : Q60S : Q611
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: Q613

8-729-924-90 TRANSISTOR 2SB1370-EF

~ 100-

The components identified by shading and mark'& are critical for safety. Replace only with part number specified

Les composants identifies par une trame et une marque .& sont critiques pour la securite Ne les remplacer que par une piece portant Ie numero specifie.

KV-2'7S1Q/27:~15/2~R5tO
RM-Y118 RM-V121 .RM-Y116

KV-29R515/3251 0/32515
RM-Y121RM_Y118

RM-V.121

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REF.NO. PART NO.
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DESCRIPTION

REMARK :REF.No. PART NO.
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DESCRIPTION 33 5% 2.2K 5% lK 0.47 0.47 0.47 0.47 0.47 0.47 0.47 0.47 0.47 0.47 3.9 10 lK 100 470 1.5 2.2K 3.3K 3.3K 8.2M 6.8 6.8 0.47 10K 22K 560 560 100 1 0.47 lK 1 lK 4.7 150K 22K 120 68 6.8 3.3K 3.3K 0.22 1.5 82K 6.8K 33K 6.8K 33K 4.7K 47K 33K lOOK 470 12K 12K 27 l.2K 1. 2K 27 2.2 2.2 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 20% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 211' F
1/4W 1/4111 F 1/4111 F 1/4111 F

REMARK

[ID

Q614 8-729-119-78 Q2202 8-729-119-78 Q2203 8-729-119-76

TRANSISTOR 2SC2785-HFE TRANSISTOR 2SC27B5-HFE TRANSISTOR 2SAlI75-HFE

R614 R615 R616 R617 R618 R619 R621 R622 R623 R624 R625 R627 R628 R629 : R630 : R632 : R633
I I I I I I I I I I I I

1-215-883-11 1-249-421-11 1-249-417-11 1-249-377-11 1-249-377-11 1-249-377-11 1-249-377-11 1-249-377-11 1-249-377-11 1-249-377-11 1-249-377-11 1-249-377-11 1-249-377-11 1-249-388-11 1-215-857-11 1-249-417-11 1-249-405-11 1-249-413-11 1-249-383-11 1-249-421-11 1-249-423-11 1-249-423-11 1-216-379-11 &, 1-212-853-61 1-249-377-11 1-249-429-11 1-249-433-11 1-249-414-11 1-216-431-11 1-249-405-11 1-249-381-11 1-216-385-11 1-249-417-11 1-249-381-11 1-249-417-11 1-249-389-11 1-247-883-00 1-249-433-11 1-249-406-11 1-247-737-11 1-216-359-00
&, 1-202-893~91

METAL OXIDE CARBON CARBON CARBON CARBON CARBON CARBON CARBON CARBON CARBON CARBON CARBON CARBON CARBON METAL OXIDE CARBON CARBON CARBON CARBON CARBON CARBON CARBON SOL.! D METAL OXIDE FUSIBLE CARBON' CARBON CARBON CARBON METAL OXIDE CARBON CARBON METAL OXIDE CARBON CARBON CARBON CARBON CARBON CARBON CARBON CARBON METAL OXIDE CARBON CARBON METAL OXIDE METAL OXIDE METAL OXIDE CARBON CARBON CARBON CARBON CARBON CARBON CARBON CARBON CARBON CARBON CARBON CARBON CARBON CARBON CARBON CARBON CARBON

11411'

<RESISTOR> R501 R503 R504 R505 R506 R507 R508 R509 BR511 R512 R513 R514
11515

1-249-444-11 1-215-862-11 1-215-872-11 1-249-443-11 1-215-886-11 1-249-429-11 1-249-425-11 1-249-389-11 1-249-389-11 1-216-385-11 1-249-429-11 1-216-363-00 1-249-401-11 1-215-916-00 1-215-916-00 1-249-426-11 1-249-423-11 1-249-411-11 1-215-886-11
&,

CARBON METAL OXIDE METAL OXIDE CARBON METAL OXIDE CARBON CARBON CARBON CARBON CARBON METAL OXIDE CARBON METAL OXIDE CARBON METAL OXIDE METAL OXIDE CARBON CARBON CARBON METAL OXIDE

0.56 68 3.3K 0.47 100

5% 5% 5% 5% 5%

1111 F 1111 F 114111F F 2W 1I4W 1I4W F 1/4W
1/4W F 1/4W

1/4111 F

114111 F
1/4111 F 1/4111 F 1/4W F 1W F

1/4111 F 114111 F

&,

10K 5% 4.7K 5% 4.7 5% 4.7 0.47 10K 0.33 47 680 680 5.6K 3.3K 330
100

114111 F 114111 F

5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5%

3W 2W 3W

1/4W 1/4W

F F F

114111 F 114111 F
1/4W F 1/4111 F

R516 R517 R518 R519 R520 R521
11522

F 3W 114111 F 2111 F
1/4111 1/4W

R635 R636 R637 R638 R639 R640 R643 R644 R645 R646

114111
1/411' 1/4111 1/2W

R523 BR524 R525 R526 R527 R528 R530 R531 R532 R534 R535 R536 R539 R543 R546 R547 R550 R551

1-215-862-11 1-215-884-91 1-247-887-00 1-215-861-00 1-247-750-11 1-215-445-00 1-247-903-00 1-215-446-00 1-249-385-11 1-216-453-00 1-249-389-11 1-215-459-00 1-249-419-11 1-249-431-11 1-247-883-00 1-215-875-11 1-215-875-11 1-216-371-00 1-249-411-11 1-249-415-11 1-249-429-11 1-215-437-00

METAL OXIDE 68 5% 1111 F CARBON 114W METAL OXIDE 47 2W F 5% (KV-27S10/27S15/29RSI0/29RSI5) CARBON 220K 5% 1/4W METAL OXIDE CARBON METAL CARBON METAL CARBON METAL OXIDE CARBON METAL CARBON CARBON CARBON METAL OXIDE METAL OXIDE METAL OXIDE CARBON CARBON CARBON METAL CARBON CARBON CARBON CARBON SOLID SOLID CARBON CARBON CARBON FUS1BLE METAL METAL METAL METAL METAL 47 680 10K 1M 11K 2.2 270 4.7 39K
1. 5K 15K 150K 10K 10K

2111 F 114111 F 114111 F
1/4111

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5% 5% 1% 5% 1% 5% 5% 5% 1% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 1% 5% 5% 5% 5% 20% 20% 5% 5% 5% 10% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5%

F lW 1I2W F 1I4W 114W
1/4111

R647 R648 R649 R650 R653 R654 R655 R656 R657 R658 R659 R660 R661 R663 R687

1I4W 114111 1111 F 114111 F 1I4W 3111 F 1I4W F 114111
1/4W

114111 F 2W F (KV-32S10/32S15) 114111 1I4W F lW F lW 2111 F 1I4W
1/4W
F

114111 F 1I4W 1I4W 112111 F 1111 F 1I4W
1/4W 1/411'

1/4W

F

1/4W 1/4111

11554 R556 R557 R561 R562

1.5 330 680 10K 4.7K 10K 22K 33K 330 2.2M 2.2M 1. 5K 390K 390K 0.1

R690 1-249-423-11 R691 1-249-423-11 R692 1-216-341-11 R693 1-216-371-00 R699 1-216-492-11 R2209 1-249-427-11 R2210 R2211 R2212 R2215 R2216 1-249-435-11 1-249-427-11 1-249-435-11 1-249-425-11 1-249-437-11

lW 2W 3W

F
F

F

1/4W 1/4W

1I4W
1/4W

R563 1-249-429-11 R564 1-249-433-11 R566 1-249-435-11 11580 1-249-411-11 R601 &, 1-202-888-91 R602 &, 1-202'-888-91 R603 1-249-419-11 R605 1-247-893-11 R606 1-247-893-11 R607&'1"202-'933-61 11608 R609 R610 R611 R613 1-215-860-11 1-216-349-00 1-216-349-00 1-216-492-11 1-215-883-11

1/4W 1/4W 1/4W 1/4W

1I4W 114111
1/4111 1/4W

1/2~'

1/2W 1/4111 1/4W 1/4W

R2217 1-249-435-11 R2218 1-249-441-11 R2219 1-249-413-11 R2220 1-249-430-11 R2221 1-249-430-11 R2222 R2223 R2224 R2225 R2226 R2227 1-249-398-11 1-249-418-11 1-249-418-11 1-249-398-11 1-249-385-11 1-249-385-11

1/4W 1/4W 1/4111

114111 1I4W

112W F

OXIDE 33 OXIDE 1 OXIDE 1 OXIDE 82K OXIIJE 33

lW F 1111 F 1111 F 3111 F F 2W

1I4W 114111 114111 1I4W
1/4W 1/4W B in

F

F

-

101 -

The components identified by this manual have been carefully factory-selected for each set in order to satisfy regulations regarding X-ray radiation Should replacement be required, replace only with the value originally used

KV·27S1 0/27S15/29I=1S1 0
RM-Y118 RM-Y121

RM-Y118

KV·29RS15/32S10/32S15

RM-Y121 RM-Y118 RM-Y121

Les composants identifies par une trame et une marque &, sont critiques pour la securite Ne les remplacer que par une piece portant Ie numero specifie.

The components identified by shading and mark &, are critical for safety. Replac,e only with part number specified.

REF.NO. PART NO. R2228 1-249-421-11 R2229 1-249-421-11

DESCRIPTION CARBON CARBON 2.2K 5% 2.2K 5% 1I4W 1/4W

REMARK :REF.NO. PART NO.

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DESCR IPTJON <JACK>

REMARK

<RELAY> RY601~ 1-515-684'-31 RELAY RY602 1-515-684-31 RELAY <SWITCH> 5501 5502 1-572-707-11 1-572-707-11 SWITCH, LEVER SWITCH, LEVER

! JI001
I

1-695-585-11

JACK BLOCK, PIN (L TYPE) 3P

I I
I I I I I I I I I I I

<TRANSISTOR> TRANSISTOR 2SD601A-Q

: QI003 8-729-422-27

<TRANSFORMER> T501 T502
,t... 1-453-146-21 ,t...

H53-416-11

,t... H37-195-14

RI003 1-216-113-00 METAL GLAZE TRANSFORMER ASSY, FLYBACK (NX-A2604A3) I (KV-27S10/27S15) TRANSFORMER ASSY, FLYBACK (NX-2604A3) i RI004 1-249-425-11 CARBON (KV-29RSI0/29RSI5/32S10/32S15) TRANSFORMER, HORIZONTAL DRIVE : RI005 1-216-113-00 METAL GLAZE
I I I

I
I

! RI001 ! RI002
I

<RESISTOR> 1-247-804-11 1-249-425-11 CARBON CARBON 75 5% 4.7K 5% 470K 5% 4.7K 5% 470K 5% 10K 100 4.7K 1. 8K 100 lK 820 220 680 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 1I4W (KV-32S15) 1/4W (KV-32S15) 11lOW (KV-32S15) 1I4W (KV-32S15) 1I10W (KV-32S15) 1/10W 1I10W 1I10W 1/10W 1I10W 1I10W 1/10W 1I10W 1I10W

T503 ,t... 1-424-545-22 T601 A 1-423-593-11 T602 A 1-424-220-21 T603 A H23~563-11 T604 ,t... H23-615-11 T6U5

TRANSFORMER, TRANSFORMER, TRANSFORMER, TRANSFORMER, TRANSFORMER,

FERRITE (PMT) LINE FILTER (LFT) LINE FILTER CONVERTER DRIVE CONVERTER (PIT)

I
I

RI007 1-216-073-00 1-216-025-00 1-216-065-00 1-216-055-00 1-216-025-00 1-216-049-00

METAL GLAZE METAL METAL METAL METAL METAL GLAZE GLAZE GLAZE GLAZE GLAZE

1-423-582-11 TRANSFORMER, FERRITE (SBT) <THERMISTOR>

: RI008 : RI009 : RIOlO : RI0ll : RI012

I: RI015 RI014
I I I

THP60lAl-809-539-21

THERMISTOR, POSITIVE

1-216-047-00 METAL GLAZE 1-216-033-00 METAL GLAZE RI021 1-216-045-00 METAL GLAZE <SWITCH> SIOOI
51002

I I

<VARISTOR> VDR601 1-807-288-11 VDR602 1-810-053-11 VDR603 1-810-053-11 VARISTOR VARISTOR VARISTOR

!
1
I

I I I

*************************************************************: *1-646-717-11 H BOARD ******* <CAPACITOR> CI001 1-124-916-11 CI002 1-124-903-11 CI003 1-124-903-11 CI004 1-126-933-11 ELECT ELECT ELECT ELECT 22MF IMF IMF 100MF

1-692-431-21 1-692-431-21 S1003 1-692-431-21 : S1004 1-692-431-21 : 51005 1-692-431-21
I

SWITCH, SWITCH, SWITCH, SWITCH, SWITCH,

TACTILE TACTILE TACTILE TACTILE TACTILE

I S1006 1-692-431-21 SI007&'1-692·431-21

SWITCH, TACTILE SWITCH, TACTILE

: ************************************************************* *A-1394-526-A UA BOARD, COMPLETE (KV-27S15/29RS15) **~*************** 25V 20% *A-1394-527-A UA BOARD, COMPLETE (KV-32S15) (KV-32S15) ****************** 50V 20% *A-1394-543-A UA BOARD, COMPLETE (KV-27S10/29RSIO) (KV-32S15) ****************** 50V 20% *A-1394-544-A UA BOARD, COMPLETE (KV-32S10) (KV-32S15) ****************** 10V 20%
I I I I I I

I

<CONNECTOR> CN154 *1-564-520-11 CN155 1-564-524-11 PLUG, CONNECTOR 5P (KV-32S15) PLUG, CONNECTOR 9P

<CAPACITOR> C401 C402 C405 C406 C407 C408 1-163-031-11 1-124-916-11 1-124-916-11 1-124-903-11 1-124-903-11 1-124-916-11 1-124-903-11 1-124-903-11 CERAMIC CHIP O.OIMF 50V (KV-27S15/29RS15/32S10/32S15) ELECT 22MF 20% 25V ELECT 22MF 20% 25V (KV-27S15/29RS15/32S10/32S15) ELECT ELECT ELECT ELECT ELECT 20% 50V (KV-27S15/29RSI5/32S15) IMF 20% 50V (KV-27S15/29RSI5/32S15) 22MF 20% 25V (KV-27S15/29RSI5/32S15) IMF IMF 20% 20% 50V 50V IMF

<DIOIJE> DI004 1-810-039-31 <IC> ICI001 8-741-100-62 IC SBX1618-51 LED UNIT

C409 C410

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KV-27S1:Ql?i~$15/2~RS1 0
RM'YlleRM"r121 .RM·Yl1e

KV -29R.S t!;/32$1.0i:3.2S1.5
RM·Y121RM·Y116.

RNi'''121

-------

REF.NO. PART NO.
--------

DESCRIPTION
-----------

REMARK :REF.NO. PART NO.

C411 C412 C413 (414 C415 C416 C417 C418 C419 C420 C421

H04-665-11 1-126-964-11 1-124-499-11 H24-499-11 1-126-964-11 1-124-902-00

ELECT ELECT ELECT ELECT ELECT ELECT

1-124-916-11 ELECT

,, 10MF 20% 50V ,, IMF 20% 50V IMF 20% 50V : J401 ,, 10MF 20% 50V 0.47MF 20% 50V : (KV-27S15/29RSI5/32S15) : J402 , ,: J404 ,,
I i, i,

100MF 20% 25V : IC403 8-759-088-00 IC MN1114XFF (KV-32S10) (KV-27S10/29RSI0/32S10) : IC404 8-759-164-18 IC MN1118XFF (KV-32S10) 22MF 20% 25V i

------ ,i------- -------,

DESCRIPTION

REMARK

<JACK> 1-750-515-11 TERMINAL BLOCK,S 3P (KV-27S15/29RSI5/32S10/32S15) 1-750-517-11 JACK BLOCK, PIN 3P (KV-27S10/29RSI0) 1-750-517-11 JACK BLOCK, PIN 3P (KV-27S15/29RSI5/32S15) 1-750-516-11 JACK BLOCK, PIN 2P (KV-27S15/29RSI5/32S15) <COIL> 18UH (KV-27S15/29RSI5/32S15) 33UH (KV-27S15/29RSI5/32S15) 33UH (KV-27S15/29RSI5/32S15)

0.47MF 20% 50V (KV-27S15/29RSI5/32S15) 1-124-126-00 ELECT 47MF 20% 16V 1-163-031-11 CERAMIC CHIP O.OIMF 50V (KV-27S15/29RSI5/32S10/32S15) H24-916-11 ELECT 22MF 20% 25V (KV-27S15/29RSI5/32S15) 1-126-959-91 ELECT 0.47MF 20%

1-124-902-00 ELECT

C433 C434 C441 C442 C462

: L401 1-410-473-11 INDUCTOR 50V : L403 1-410-476-11 INDUCTOR (KV-32S10) ,: L404 1-410-669-31 INDUCTOR 1-104-663-11 ELECT ,, 33MF 20% 25V (KV-27S15/29RSI5/32S15) ,, 1-163-117-00 CERAMIC CHIP 100PF , 5% 50V <TRANSISTOR> (KV-27S15/29RSI5/32S15) ,, ~4400518-729-422-27 TRANSISTOR 1-124-126-00 ELECT 47MF 20% 16V ~ 8-729-216-22 TRANSISTOR H63-117-00 CERAMIC CHIP 100PF 5% 50V : Q406 8-729-216-22 TRANSISTOR (KV-27S15/29RSI5/32S15) , i, 1-126-933-11 ELECT 100MF 20% 16V , (KV-27S15/29RSI5/32S15) ,, <RESISTOR>
i,

,,

2SD601A-Q 2SA1162-G 2SA1162-G

<FILTER BLOCK> CM401 1-467-554-11 FILTER BLOCK, COMB <CONNECTOR> CNI41 *1-564-520-11 PLUG, CONNECTOR 5P (KV-32S15) CNI43 1-750-395-11 SOCKET, CONNECTOR 32P CN146 1-573-300-21 CONNECTOR, BOARD TO BOARD 18P (KV-27S15/29RSI5/32S15) CN147 1-750-395-11 SOCKET, CONNECTOR 32P CN148 1-564-517-11 PLUG, CONNECTOR 2P (KV-32S15) <DIODE> D401

: JR400 1-216-295-00 METAL GLAZE ,,

, ,
,

0 0 0 0 0

: JR401 1-216-295-00 METAL GLAZE , : JR402 1-216-295-00 METAL GLAZE , : JR408 1-216-295-00 METAL GLAZE ,: JR409 1-216-295-00 METAL GLAZE

1/lOW (KV-27S10/29RSI0) 5% 1/10W (KV-27S10/29RSI0) 5% 1/10W

5%

,

: JR410 1-216-295-00 METAL GLAZE JR411 1-216-295-00 METAL GLAZE

5% 1/10W 5% 1/10W (KV-27S10/29RSI0/32S10) 5% 1/lOW 0 0 5% 1/10W

JR412 1-216-295-00 METAL GLAZE 0 5% 1/10W JR415 1-216-295-00 METAL GLAZE 0 5% 1/10W (KV-27S15/29RSI5/32S10/32S15) JR416 1-216-295-00 METAL GLAZE 0 5% 1/10W JR418 1-216-295-00 METAL GLAZE 0 5% 1/10W 0 1/lOW 5% (KV-27S15/29RSI5/32S15) 0 5% 1/10W 0 5% 1/10\11 (KV-27S10/29RSIO/32S10) 5% 1/10W (KV-27S10/29RSI0/32S10) 0 5% 1/10W 1/10\11 0 5% 0 5% 1/10W 0 0 0 0 0 5% 5% 5% 5% 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W (KV-32S10) 1/10W (KV-32S15)

8-719-110-17 DIODE RDI0ESB2 , JR419 ,1-216-295-00 METAL GLAZE (KV-27S15/29RSI5/32S10/32S15) ,, D402 8-719-110-17 DIODE RDI0ESB2 : JR422 1-216-295-00 METAL GLAZE lJ4ll3 8-719-110-17 DIODE RDIOESB2 (KV-27S15/29RSI5/32S15) : JR423 1-216-295-00 ME1'ALGLAZE D404 8-719-110-17 DIODE RDI0ESB2 (KV-27S15/29RSI5/32S15 ,,, 1)405 8-719-110-17 DIODE RDI0ESB2 (KV-27S15/29RSI5/32S15) D408 8-719-110-17 DIODE RDI0ESB2 (KV-27S15/29RSI5/32SI0/32S15) D409 8-719-110-17 DIODE RDI0ESB2 (KV-27S15/29RSI5/32S10/32S15) D410 D411 D429 D430 D431 D436 D437 8-719-110-17 8-719-110-17 8-719-110-17 8-719-110-17 8-719-110-17 DIODE DIODE DIODE DIODE DIODE RDIOESB2 RDIOESB2 RDIOESB2 (KV-32S15) RDIOESB2 (KV-32S15) RDIOESB2 (KV-32S15) : JR428 1-216-295-00 METAL GLAZE : JR429 1-216-295-00 METAL GLAZE : JR430 1-216-295-00 METAL GLAZE , : JR424 ,,

,

1-216-295-00 METAL GLAZE

8-719-110-17 DIODE RDI0ESB2 (KV-27S15/29RSI5/32S15) : JR499 1-216-295-00 METAL GLAZE 0 5% 1/10W i, JR901 1-216-295-00 METAL GLAZE 0 5% 1/10W (KV-27S15/29RSI5/32S10/32S15) <IC> 10K 5% 1/4W ,,: JW454 1-247-429-11 CARBON (KV-27S10/29RSI0/32S10) IC401 8-759-634-69 IC M52470P (KV-27SI0/29RSI0/32SI0) : JW456 1-247-429-11 CARBON 10K 5% 1/4W ,, 1(402 8-752-067-28 IC CXA1545AS (KV-27S15/29RSI5/32S15) (KV-27S10/29RSI0/32S10)

8-719-110-17 DIODE RDIOESB2 (KV-27S15/29RSI5/32S15) i,

, ,: JR498 1-216-295-00 METAL GLAZE

: JR431 1-216-295-00 METAL GLAZE : JR434 1-216-295-00 METAL GLAZE : JR435 1-216-295-00 METAL GLAZE ,

,

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KV-27S1 0/27S15/29RS1
RM·Yl16 RM.Y121

RM·Yl16

0
Les composants identifies par une trame et une marque &, sont critiques pour la securite Ne les remplacer que par une piece portant Ie numero specifie. The components identified by shading and mark &, are critical for safety Replace only with part number specified.

KV-29RS15/32S10/32S15

RM·Y121 RM·Yl16 RM·Y121

REF.NO. PART NO. R401 R402 R403 R404 R405 R406 R407 R408 R409 R410 R411 R412 R413 R414 R415 R416 R417 R418 R421 R425 R431

DESCRIPTION

REMARK :REF.NO. PART NO.

:------I I I I

--------

DESCR IPTlON
----------_

REMARK 4.7K 5% 1/10W (KV-27S15/29RSI5/32S15) 560 0.50% 1/10W (KV-27S15/29RSI5/32S15) l.2K 0.50% 1/10W (KV-27S10/29RSI0/32S10) I/10W 100 5% (KV-27S10/29RSI0/32S10) 0 1/10W 5% (KV-27S15/29RSI5/32S15) 470 5% 1II0W (KV-27S15/29RSI5/32S15) 1/10W 220 5% (KV-27S15/29RSI5/32S15) 1/lOW 220 5% (KV-27S15/29RSI5/32S15) 470 5% 1II0W (KV-27S15/29RSI5/32S15) 1/4W 5% (KV-27S15/29RSI5/32S15) lK 1I4W 5% (KV-27S15/29RSI5/32S15) 1II0W 0 5% (KV-27S15/29RSI5/32S15) lK 1II0W 5% (KV-27S15/29RSI5/32S15) 1II0W 0 5% (KV-27S15/29RSI5/32S15) 1/10W 22K 5% (KV-27S15/29RSI5/32S15) 0

75 5% 1/4W (KV-27S15/29RSI5/32S10/32S15) : R451 1-216-113-00 METAL GLAZE 470K 5% 1/10W R453 1-216-113-00 METAL GLAZE 470K 5% 1/10W 1-247-804-11 CARBON 75 5% 1/4W I 1-216-113-00 METAL GLAZE 470K 5% 1/10W (KV-27S15/29RSI5/32S15) 1-216-113-00 METAL GLAZE 470K 5% 1/10W J R454 (KV-27S15/29RSI5/32S15)
I I I I I I I I I I

1-247-804-11 CARBON

1-216-065-00 METAL GLAZE 1-216-645-11 METAL CHIP 1-216-653-11 METAL CHIP 1-216-025-00 METAL GLAZE 1-216-295-00 METAL GLAZE 1-216-041-00 MHAL GLAZE 1-216-033-00 METAL GLAZE 1-216-033-00 METAL GLAZE 1-216-041-00 METAL GLAZE 1-249-417-11 CARBON 1-249-417-11 CARBON 1-216-295-00 METAL GLAZE 1-216-295-00 METAL GLAZE 1-216-295-00 METAL GLAZE 1-216-081-00 METAL GLAZE

75 5% 1/4W (KV-27S15/29RSI5/32S10/32S15) R456 1-216-113-00 METAL GLAZE 470K 5% 1/10W (KV-27S15/29RSI5/32S15) 1-216-113-00 METAL GLAZE 470K 5% 1/10W R457 (KV-27S15/29RSI5/32S15) I R458 1-249-425-11 CARBON 4.7K 5% 1/4W (KV-27S15/29RSI5/32S15) R478 1-249-425-11 CARBON 4.7K 5% 1/4W (KV-27S15/29RS15/32S15) 1-249-425-11 CARBON 4.7K 5% 1I4W R482 1-249-425-11 CARBON 4.7K 5% 1I4W R483 1-247-804-11 CARBON 1/4W 75 5% (KV-27S15/29RSI5/32S15) R490 1-249-425-11 CARBON 4.7K 5% 1/4W (KV-27S15/29RSI5/32S10/32S15) R491 1-216-647-11 METAL CHIP 680 0.50% 1II0W 1-216-645-11 METAL CHIP 560 0.50% 1/10W R492 1-216-025-00 METAL GLAZE 100 5% 1II0W (KV-27S10/29RSI0/32S10) R1438 1-216-065-00 METAL GLAZE 4.7K 5% 1I1OW
I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I

1-247-804-11 CARBON

I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I

1II0W 1II0W (KV-32SlO) 1-216-049-00 METAL GLAZE lK 1/10W 5% (KV-27S10/27S15/29RSI0/29RSI5/32S15) 1/10W (KV-32S10) 1-216-295-00 METAL GLAZE 0 1/10W 5% (KV-27S10/27S15/29RSI0/29RSI5/32S15) 1-216-045-00 METAL GLAZE 680 5% 1/10W (KV-32S10) 1-216-049-00 METAL GLAZE lK 1/10W 5% (KV-27S10/27S15/29RSI0/29RSI5/32S15) 1-216-045-00 METAL GLAZE 680 5% 1II0W (KV-32S10) 1-216-295-00 METAL GLAZE 0 1/10W 5% (KV-27S10/27S15/29RSI0/29RSI5/32S15) 1-216-049-00 METAL GLAZE 1-216-025-00 METAL GLAZE 1-216-049-00 METAL GLAZE 1-216-025-00 METAL GLAZE 1-216-025-00 METAL GLAZE 1/10W 1II0W (KV-32S10) lK 1II0W 5% 100 5% 1110111 (KV-27S10/29RSI0/32S10) 5% 5% lK 100 1-216-045-00 METAL GLAZE 680 5%

1-216-065-00 METAL GLAZE 1-216-045-00 METAL GLAZE

4.7K 5% 680 5%

*************************************************************
MISCELLANEOUS

*************
&. H02-952-12 &. H06-726-22

R432 R434

COIL. DEMAGNETIZAtION (KV-32S10/32S15) COlt. DEMA.G~ETIZATION ..•.. . (KV~27S10/27S15/29RS10/29RS15) 1-504-531-11 SPEAKER (13.1X6.2CM) 1-573-657-11 PLUG. F-PIN

R435

&.1--751-059-11 CORD. POWER. (WItH .CONNECTOR) 10A/125V &.8-451-275-42 DEFLECTlON.YOKEY28PFA(VtM) (KV-27S10127S15/29RSiO/29RSI5) &.8"451-315-41 DEFLECT!ON .YOKEY34FXA(VTM) (KV-32S10/32S15) &.8-733-723-05 &.8-733-848-05 PICTURK.rijBW(ASQJYV50X)(KV-32SlO/32S15) PICTURE tUBE(A~8KZJ50X) (KV~27S10/27S15/29RSI0/29RSI5)

R439 R440 R441 R442 R443 R444 R445 R446 R450

************************************************************* *********************************
ACCESSORIES AND PACKING MATERIALS 3-758-286-21 MANUAL. INSTRUCTION (ENGLISH) (KV-27S10/29RSI0/32S10) 3-758-286-31 MANUAL. INSTRUCTION (FRENCH) (KV-27S10(CND)/32S10(CND» 3-758-286-41 MANUAL. INSTRUCTION (SPANISH) (KV-29RSI0/32S10(U» 3-758-289-21 MANUAL. INSTRUCTION (ENGLISH) (KV-27S15/29RSI5/32S15) 3-758-289-31 MANUAL. INSTRUCTION (FRENCH) (KV-27S15(CND)/32S15(CND» 3-758-289-41 MANUAL. INSTRUCTION (SPANISH) (KV-27S15(U)/29RSI5/32S15(U»

100 5% 1/10111 (KV-27S10/29RSI0/32S10) 1-216-095-00 METAL GLAZE 82K 5% 1/10W (KV-27S15/29RSI0/29RSI5/32S15) 1-216-073-00 METAL GLAZE 10K 5% 1/10W (KV-27S15/29RSI5/32S15) 1-216-073-00 METAL GLAZE 1-216-627-11 METAL CHIP 1-216-643-11 METAL CHIP 10K 5% 1/10W (KV-27S15/29RSI5/32S15) 100 0.50% 1I1OW (KV-27S10/29RSI0/32S10) 470 0.50% 1/10W (KV-27S15/29RSI5/32S15)

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KV·27S1 0/27S15/29RS1
RM·Yl16 RM·Y121

RM.Yl16

0

KV·29RS15/32S10/32S15

RM·Y121 RM·Yl16 RM·Y121

REF.NO. PART NO. *4-035-022-01 *4-039-653-01 *4-039-654-01 *4-040-144-01 *4-040-146-01 *4-041-255-01 *4-041-259-01 *4-044-388-01

DESCRIPTION

______

REMARK :
I I I

I

INDIVIDUAL CARTON (KV-27S10/27S15/29RSIO/29RS15) CUSHION (UPPER) (ASSY) (KV-27S10/27S15/29RS10/29RS15) CUSHION (LOWER) (ASSY) (KV-27S10/27S15/29RS10/29RS15)

I I I I
I I I I I I I I I I I

I

CUSHION (LOWER) (ASSY) (KV-32S10/32S15) INDIVIDUAL CARTON (KV-32S10/32S15) BAG. PROTECTION (KV-27S10/27S15/29RS10/29RS15) I BAG. PROTECTION (KV-32S10/32S15)
I

CUSHION (UPPER) (ASSY) (KV-32S10/32S15)

I I

REMOTE COMMANDER 1-466-966-11 REMOTE COMMANDER (RM-Yl16) (KV-27S10/29RSIO/32S10) 9-907-826-01 COVER. BATTERY (FOR RM-Y116) (KV-27S10/29RS10/32S10) 1-467-621-11 REMOTE COMMANDER (RM-Y121) (KV-27S15/29RSI5/32S15) 9-907-089-01 COVER. BATTERY (FOR RM-YI21) (KV-27S15/29RSI5/32S15)

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KV-2751 0/27515/29R51
RM·Y118 RM·Y121

RM·Y116

0

KV-29R515/3251

RM·Y121 RM·Y116 RM·Y121

0/32515

Sony Corporation
9-965-801-01 TV Group

English 94CR7450-1 Printed in U. S. A. ©1994.3

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