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CONTENTS

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X - RAY RADIATION PRECAUTION… … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … 1

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SAFETY PRECAUTION… … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … . … … … … … 1

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PRODUCT SAFETY NOTICE… … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … . . … … 2

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THE ALIGNMENT FLOW CHART … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … . . … … 3

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INSTALLATION AND SERVICE ADJUSTMENTS… … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … 3

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USA CHANNEL FREQUENCY TABLE (181 CH) … … … … … … … … … … … … … . . . … … 9

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WIRING DIAGRAM… … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … . … … . . … … … … 12

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BLOCK DIAGRAM… … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … . … … . . . … … . … … 13

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IC BLOCK DIAGRAM… … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … . … … . . . … … … 14

10. TDA9850 BLOCK DIAGRAM … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … . … … . . … .… … 15
11. COMPONENT AND BOTTOM VIEW… … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … . . . . … … 16
12. SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM… … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … . … … … … . . … . … … 23
13. ELECTRICAL PARTS LIST… … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … . … … … . . … . … … 24

CAUTION: BEFORE SERVICING THE CHASSIS, READ THE “X-RAY RADIATION
PRECAUTION” “SAFETY PRECAUTION” ON PAGE 1 AND “PRODUCT
SAFETY NOTICE”ON PAGE 2 OF THIS MANUAL.

X-RAY RADIATION PRECAUTION
1. Excessive high voltage can produce potentially hazardous X - RAY RADIATION. To avoid such
hazards, the high voltage must not be above the specified limit. The normal value of the high
voltage of this receiver is 28.5kV at zero beam current (minimum brightness) under a 120V AC
power source. The high voltage must not, under any circumstances, exceed 30kV.
2. Each time a receiver requires servicing, the high voltage should be checked following the HIGH
VOLTAGE CHECK procedure in this manual. It is recommended the reading of the high voltage
be recorded as a part of service record. It is important to use an accurate and reliable high voltage
meter.
3. This receiver is equipped with a Fail Safe (FS) circuit which prevents the receiver from
producing an excessively high voltage even if the B+ voltage increases abnormally. Each time the
receiver is serviced, the FS circuit must be checked to determine that the circuit is properly
functioning, following the FS CIRCUIT CHECK procedure in this manual.
4. The primary source of X - RAY RADIATION in this TV receiver is the picture tube. For
continuous X - RAY RADIATION protection, the replacement tube must be exactly the same type
tube as specified in the parts list.
5. Some parts in this receiver have special safety-related characteristics for X - RAY RADIATION
protection. For continuous safety, parts replacement should be undertaken only after referring to
the PRODUCT SAFETY NOTICE below.

SAFETY PRECAUTION
WARNING:
Service should not be attempted by anyone unfamiliar with the necessary precaution on this
receiver. The following are the necessary precautions to be observed before servicing this chassis.
1. Since the power supply circuit of this receiver is directly connected to the AC power line, an
isolation transformer should be used during any dynamic service to avoid possible shock hazard.
2. Always discharge the picture tube anode to the CRT conductive coating before handling the
picture tube. The picture tube is highly evacuated and if broken, glass fragments will be violently
expelled. Use shatter proof goggles and keep picture tube away from the unprotected body while
handling.
3. When replacing a chassis in the cabinet, always be certain that all the protective devices are put
back in place, such as: non-metallic control knobs, insulating covers, shields, isolation
resistor-capacitor network etc.
4. When replacing parts or circuit boards, disconnect the power cord.
5. When replacing a high wattage resistor (oxiode metal film resistor) on the circuit board, keep the
resistor 10mm (1/2in) away from circuit board.
6. Connection wires must be kept away from components with high voltage or high temperature.
7. If any fuse in this TV receiver is blown, replace it with the FUSE specified in the chassis parts
list.

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8. Before returning the set to your customer, always perform an AC leakage current check on the
exposed metallic parts of the cabinet, such as antennas, terminals, screwheads, metal overlays,
control shafts etc. to be sure the set is safe to operate without danger of electrical shock. Plug the
AC line cord directly into a 120V AC outlet (do not use a line isolation transformer during this
check). Use an AC voltmeter having 5000 ohms per volt or more sensitivity in the following
manner:
Connect a 1500 ohm 10 watt resistor, paralleled by a 0.15μF, AC type capacitor, between a known
good earth ground (water pipe, conduit, etc.) and the exposed metallic parts, one at a time. Measure
the AC voltage across the combination of 1500 ohm resistor and 0.15 μF capacitor. Reverse the
AC plug at the AC outlet and repeat AC voltage measurements for each exposed metallic part.
Voltage measured must not exceed 0.3 volts RMS. This corresponds to 0.2 milliamp. AC. Any
value exceeding this limit constitutes a potential shock hazard and must be corrected immediately.

PRODUCT SAFETY NOTICE
Many electrical and mechanical parts in the chassis have special safety-related characteristics.
These characteristics are often passed unnoticed by a visual inspection and the X-RAY
RADIATION protection afforded by them cannot necessarily be obtained by using replacement
components rated for higher wattage, etc. Replacement parts which have these special safety
characteristics are identified in this manual and its supplement electrical components having such
features are shaded on the schematic diagram and the parts list.
Before replacing any of these components, read the parts list in this manual carefully. The use of
substitute replacement parts which do not have the same characteristic as specified in the parts list
may create shock, fire, X-RAY RADIATION or other hazards.

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To fit the back cabinet X-ray protection test. Connect an accurate high voltage meter to the second anode of the picture tube. sound. perform purity and convergence adjustments. demagnetize the receiver. white balance. If color shading is evident. 4. a color television receiver will need only slight touch-up adjustment upon installation. 3. BTSC. FOCUS ADJUSTMENT Adjust the FOCUS control (on T471) for well defined scanning lines on the picture screen. Turn on the receiver. FS CIRCUIT CHECK The Fail Safe (FS) circuit check is indispensable for the final check in the servicing. external degaussing Preheat for 30 minutes Factory items’adjustment Focus White Heatrun for 2 hours balance re-alignment. Checking should be done following the steps below. channels. Observe the picture for good black and white details without objectionable color shading. High voltage will be measured about 28. high voltage. CCD. V-chip. If color shading still persists. hit the set INSTALLATION AND SERVICE ADJUSTMENTS GENERAL In the majority of cases. Control buttons. Set the BRIGHTNESS and CONTRAST controls to minimum (zero beam current).5kV.THE ALIGNMENT FLOW CHART PIF B+. This should be all that is necessary to achieve optimum receiver performance. sound power test. AGC. AV function check.H-frequency To fit the front cabinet. focus. 2. Check the basic characteristics such as FS、EHV and focus. HIGH VOLTAGE CHECK CAUTION: These is no HIGH VOLTAGE ADJUSTMENT on this chassis. 1. Vary the BRIGHTNESS control to both extremes to be sure the high voltage does not exceed the limit under any conditions. secret code setting. Checking should be done following the steps below. -3- .

45. Test point VD551⊕ VD556⊕ VD554⊕ VD555⊕ DC(V) 110 25 15 18 -4- . To obtain a picture again.01V. 2. 2) Apply 95dBμ. Note: For LA76814 ES01 version. 3. ⊙ pole to GND. 3) Connect the power plug to AC 120V/60Hz. the voltameter's⊕pole should connect to pin50 . This is the evidence that the FS circuit is functioning properly. wait for normal raster. Troubleshooting Guide for Fail Safe Circuit Check that the set returns to normal operation when pin 34 of N101 on the Main Board is grounded with jumper YES NO Check if the voltage across capacitor Faulty NO C411 is approximately 21V. then adjust RP551 to make B+ = 110V±0. Temporarily short R412 on the Main Board with a jumper wire. B+ CHECK 1) Prepare the test equipment.1. Then turn the power switch on to produce a normal picture. Turn the power switch on and adjust customer controls for normal operation.5V. 4. temporarily turn the receiver off and allow the FS circuit more than 30 seconds to reset. B+. Connect the DC voltameter's⊕pole to LA76814 pin 47 . 2) Use the DC voltameter at DC 200V position to test VD551⊕. Raster and sound will disappear.e.75MHz RF signal to the tuner's IF pin through a 1000P ceramic capacitor. 3) Adjust T202 with a non-inductive screwdriver until the reading on the DC voltameter is DC 3. i. connect pin7 of LA76814(N101) to GND.6V±0. Power Circuit or Horizontal Circuit YES Defective Fail Safe Circuit PIF alignment 1) Apply DC 12V to output pin of N551(pin3 of N551 ) . turn on the power switch. The receiver must remain in this state even after removing the jumper wire.

adjust the level to make the left and right picture sysmmetrical. B/W BALANCE. Except for special need..PHASE item. select the item you want to adjust by pressing the button "ADJUP" or "ADJDOWN" on the "Under Adjustment". H-center adjustment 1) Receive test signal.BLK.   V-amplitude.RIGHT item. 2) In B/W BALANCE mode. select the item you want to adjust directly by pressing the button on the"Under Adjustment for W/B Balance" remote controller and use the "ADJ+" or "ADJ-" button to adjust. adjust the value to make the overscan is less than or -5- .POS item . H-blanking. it is hoped not to adjust it. adjust the level to make the H -blanking amount on the left and right screen at an appropriate position.TEST EQUIPMENT 1) DC regulated power supply PAB18-1. adjust the value to make V-center and the CRT's geometric center is in accordance. The TV set has been set at optimum mode at the factory. You can press "ADJUP" or "ADJDOWN" to select needed adjustment item and use the "ADJ+" or "ADJ-" button to adjust too. S-correction. linearity.SIZE item. 2) Select the H. 4) In SETUP mode. adjust. Then use the "ADJ+" or "ADJ-" button to adjust. Then select the V. ADJUST or SETUP mode.8 2) Audio voltameter 3) Oscilloscope 4) High-voltage meter 5) Digital multimeter 6) AC voltameter TEST MODE SET(CHECK) TEST MODE ADJUSTMENT INSTRUCTION TEST MODE adjustment is a special adjustment which is controlled by I2 C BUS. 5) Press "PROD" to exit the TEST MODE. You can press "ADJUP" or "ADJDOWN" to select needed adjustment item and use the "ADJ+" or "ADJ-" button to adjust too. please do it according to the following steps: There are two special romote controller for the set. To conduct TEST MODE's adjustment. center adjustment 1) Receive test signal.LEFT and H. 3) Select the H. One is "Under Adjustment" and the other is "Under Adjustment for W/B Balance". enter into the ADJUST mode. such as replacing CRT 、 MEMORY、IC etc. select the item you want to adjust directly by pressing the button on the "Under Adjustment" remote controller and use the "ADJ+" or "ADJ-" button to adjust. adjust the value to make V-center and the CRT's 2) Select the V. 1) Press "PROD" button to enter the FACTORY. enter into the ADJUST mode. 3) In ADJUST mode.BLK.

SIZE NT. then press "LINE" button.SC RF. Adjust the value of R-BIA.V. V-amplitude. ADJUST MENU LIST Receive test signal.POSI Description H.BLK.V.AGC VOL. adjustthe value to make the vertical distance from upper grid to middle screen is equal to the vertical distance from lower grid to middle screen. V-linearity at the optimum mode.SC item.SC NT.RIGHT V.Equate 10% . 2) Set the value of item as the following table: Name S-BRI R-BIA G-BIA B-BIA R-DRV G-DRV B-DRV C. 3) Repeat the above steps 2) &3) to make the V-center.PHASE NT. G-BIA and B-BIA. adjust the value to make the upper and lower grid's(on the screen) vertical distance equal. 2) Select the V.OUT OSD. Then decrease S-BRI to a proper value.LINE item.PHASE Vertical Size Vertical Linearity Vertical DC Vertical S-Correction RF AGC Delay Volume Control -6- Value 0~31 0~31 0~7 0~7 0~127 0~31 0~63 0~31 -32~+31 -16~+15 -32~+31 -16~+15 0~63 0~127 0~127 0~31 Default 13 00 7 0 82 3 33 6 00 00 00 00 30 127 11 16 . Press "LINE" button again.PHASE H. until the line change white. Adjust the SCREEN potentiameter clockwise until a slight bright horizontal line appears on the screen.B/W Default 65 7 65 0 Value 0~127 0~255 0~255 0~255 0~127 0~15 0~127 0~3 Description Sub Brightness Red Bias Green Bias Blue Bias Red Drive Green Drive Blue Drive Cross B/W 3) Set the value of S-BRI=85. enter into B/W BALANCE mode with the special remote controller of "Under Adjustment for B/W BALANCE". enter into ADJUST mode with the special remote controller of "Under Adjustment".LEFT H.SIZE V. Item 00* 01** 02** 03** 04* 05* 06* 07* 08** 09** 10** 11** 12 13 14 15 Name H.V.LINE V.V.POSI OSD.H.H. White balance.BLK.POSI V. Select the V.V. sub-brightness adjustment 1) Receive test signal.LINE NT.POSI NT. 4) Press "LINE" button to exit B/W BALANCE mode.

Threshold(0~7) 16 BRIGHT ABL.TINT Subtint(0~63) Black Stretch Definition(0:on.Abl.Abl.Abl.KILL. 3:3) 32 AV OPTION 33 POSITION L/R Position of CH Number(0:Upper Left.1:Quick 31 SEARCH SPEED AV Input (0:No. 3:UPC1851B SUB. 1:On) 35 BLACK BACK Black Back When Switch Channel(0:Off.1:58.MODE 09 Count Down Mode(LA76814:0/1.TH Emg. 2.DEF FBPBLK.SETUP 08 CD.SW 25 Video Level(0~7) VIDEO.Stp. 1:high) 07 Vertical Synchronization Separate Sense(0:low. 2or3:Once On POWER OPT 28 29 POWER FLAG 0:No Power On Screen.STR.SYS. 1:LA76812 00 LA76814/LA76812 01 SAP IC SELECT 0:TDA9850. 2:TDA9855.FIL Video IF(0:45.LA76812:0~7) Digital OSD(0:Analog.Def(0/1) 20 R-Y/B-Y G. 2:2. 1:Digital) DIGITALOSD 10 11 OSD CONT OSD Contrast(0~127)/LA76814(0~3) Gray Mode(0/1) GRAY MOD 12 Blue Selection(0~3) B.16 17 18 19 21 22 0~15 0~63 0~63 0~63 0~31 0~63 INPUT LEVEL SPECTRAL WIDE BAND STEREO FILTER SET SAP VCO 7 0 0 63 63 63 Note: 1.GAM. 1:Memory.SW 15 FBPBLK. 1:1.ABL.STP.All the items sign with "**" do not affect the IC of La76814.75M) VIF.DEF Brt.ABL.DEF 19 Mid.LEVEL 26 FM Level(31) FM.DEF 06 AFC GAIN AFC Gain(0:low.75M. ADJUST MENU LIST Receive test signal.BL R-Y/B-Y Gain Balance(0~15)(None for)(LA76814) R-Y/B-Y Angle(0~15) R-Y/B-Y ANG 21 C. Description Item Name 0:LA76814.1:On) -7- Default 0 0 0 31 10 31 1 1 1 0 1 2 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 8 8 0 3 1 0 7 16 1 0 1 0 2 1 1 0 .1:Power On Screen SEARCH CHECK 0:No Power On Search.TRAP 23 Volume Filter Defeat(0/1) 24 VOL.LEVEL 27 0:Twice On.OFF C_Kill OFF(0/1) 22 Sound Trap(0~7) SND.SHARP Subsharpness(0~31) 05 SUB.Def(0/1) EMG.1:Power On Search 30 0:Slow. 1:high) V.1:Upper Right) 34 BLUE BACK Blue Back When No Signal(0:Off.CONT Subcontrast(0~31) 02 03 SUB. 1:CXA2104.COLOR Subcolor(0~63) 04 SUB.Def(0/1) MID.All the items sign with "*" can adjust to different value for different TV set.DEF 17 18 BRT. enter into ADJUST mode with the special remote controller of "Under Adjustment".SW(0/1) Bright.GAMSEL 13 14 Red&Green Definition(0/1) RG. 1:off) BLK.

MUTE P.1:Headphone WOOFER/H. 1:on) CCD OPTION V-CHIP Function(0:off.3:Screen When Power On/Off -8- 1 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 1 1 0 . 1:off) V.OPTION Y/C Separate Function(0:off.1:on) SENSITIVITY Cut Video Out Before Power Off(0:on. 1:on) V-CHIP OPTION Password of V-CHIP(0:off.1:on) 0:TDF-3M3.1:on) PASSWORD OPT COMB.OPT Volume of H.2:ScreenWhen Power Off.PHONE WOOFER VOL.1:PHOLIPUV1336B TUNER OPTION Game Option(0:on.Phone(0:No Woofer.1:Woofer) Sensitivity Function(0:off. 1:off) GAME OPTION SCREEN OPTION 0:No Screen.OFF CCD Function(0:off.36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 Stereo Option(0:off.1:Screen When Power On.1:on) STEREO OPTION 0:Woofer.

75 26 543.75 771.25 203.75 21 513.25 739.25 529.25 733.25 709.75 693.S.75 681.25 703.25 487.75 5 77.75 23 525.25 601.25 685.75 627.75 11 199.17MHZ.25 679.25 763.75 8 181.75 651.25 583.25 589.75 12 205.25 185.25 191.75 14 471.25 499.75 25 537.25 631.75 22 519.25 475.25 179.25 215.25 655.75 669.25 673.75 29 561.75 13 211.25 565.25 59.25 715.25 697.75 31 573.75 645.75 19 501.75 .75 747.25 667. Channel PIF 45.25 721.75 687.75 735.75 753.25 619.75 33 585.75 20 507.75 7 175.25 553.25 649.75 717.USA CHANNEL FREQUENCY TABLE U.75 18 495.75 729.75 15 477.A.25 74.25MHZ.75 795.75MHZ.25 493.25 805.75 10 193.25 745.75 17 489.75 789.75 24 531.25 595.25 751.75 34 591.25 661.25 775.25 87.25 65.25 481.25 571.75 723.75 705.75 -9- Channel 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 fp(picture) fs(sound) 603.75 777.75 28 555. CIF 42.25 787.25 197.75 27 549.75 3 61. SIF 41.75 6 83.75 801.75 35 597.25 523.75 32 579.75 621.25 637.25 781.75 633.75 4 67.25 727.25 511.75 675.75 609.25 691.25 535.25 547.75 741.25 541.75 711.25 209.25 577.25 517.25 607.25 769.75 16 483.25 799.75 657.25 625.75 9 187.25 505.75 759.25 613.75 639. UNIT:MHZ Channel fp(picture) fs(sound) 2 55.75 615.75 699.75 783.75 765.75 30 567.25 643.25 81.25 757.25 793.75 663.25 559.

25 269.75 10 193.25 191.75 349.25 209.25 299.75 463.25 329.75 9 187.25 407.25 365.USA CHANNEL FREQUENCY TABLE U.75 -10- Channel 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 fp(picture) fs(sound) 295.75 343.25 81.25 245.25 497.75 325.25 347.25 137. CIF 42.75 409.25 155.25 293.75 22 169.75 18 145.25 377.75 32 271.75 31 265.75 29 253.75 433.75 391.25 353.75 21 163.25 167.25 74.75MHZ.75 6 83.75 457.25 485.25 161.75 451.75 15 127.25 173.25 179.25 281.75 17 139.75 24 223.25 473.75 34 283. UNIT:MHZ Channel fp(picture) fs(sound) 1 73.75 2 55.75 301.75 319.75 16 133.75 20 157.75 33 277.25 131.25 431.25 491.75 403.25 251.25 221.25 437.25 203.25 317.75 25 229.25 449.25 233.75 499.25 87.25 65.S.75 23 217.A.25 341.75 27 241.25MHZ.75 379.75 3 61.75 439.25 389.75 481.25 185.75 7 175.25 419.25 59.75 475. CATV Channel PIF 45.25 425.75 331.75 14 121.75 487.75 11 199.25 257.75 4 67.25 359.75 5 77.75 415.75 13 211.75 35 289.25 143.75 355.17MHZ.25 323.25 311.25 443.25 371.75 28 247.75 26 235. SIF 41.75 445.75 421.25 383.75 493.25 401.75 361.75 469.25 467.75 427.25 479.75 367.25 395.25 413.25 263.75 313.75 .25 125.75 12 205.25 335.25 503.25 227.25 197.25 149.25 215.75 8 181.25 239.25 275.75 385.25 455.75 307.75 19 151.75 30 259.75 373.25 461.75 337.25 305.25 77.75 397.25 287.

25 719.75 76 535. CATV Channel PIF 45.75 73 517.75 83 577.25 623.25 731.75 96 97.25 803.25 677.A.25 539.75 93 637.75 89 613.25 761.S.75 667.25 797.25 95.75 -11- Channel 99 100 101 102 103 104 105 106 107 108 109 110 111 112 113 114 115 116 117 118 119 120 121 122 123 124 125 fp(picture) fs(sound) 115.25 599.75 86 595.75 763.25 113.25 701.75 85 589.75 697.25 647.25 575.75 769.25 641.75 649.75 757.75 .75 733.25 107.25 563.75 691.75 72 511.25 611.25 665. SIF 41.25 527.25 509.USA CHANNEL FREQUENCY TABLE U.25 779.75 799.75 81 565.25 119.25 521.75 727.25 551.25 587.25 635.25 671.25 767.75 78 547.75 721.25 515.25 545.75 84 583.75 92 631.25 713.25 659.25 617.25 557.75 751.75 79 553.25 773. UNIT:MHZ Channel fp(picture) fs(sound) 71 505.25 689.75 94 643.75 703.25 569.75 77 541.25 707.25 101.75 661. CIF 42.75 655.75 91 625.25 743.25 755.75 679.25 737.75 87 601.75 82 571.17MHZ.75MHZ.25 593.25 653.25 629.75 745.75 80 559.75 90 619.25 695.75 715.25 785.25 533.75 74 523.75 98 109.75 739.75 685.75 95 91.25 725.75 88 607.75 793.25 749.75 775.25 605.75 97 103.75 709.75 787.75 781.75 75 529.25 683.75 673.25 581.25 791.25MHZ.

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13 - .BLOCK DIAGRAM A101 TUNER CPU N701 LC863232A IR RX IR TX MU28P0381 Z201 SAWF MEMORY N702 AT24C04 VIDEO OUT N101 PIF SIF LA76814 DEFLECTION VIDEO FM CHROMA VIDEO OUT IN1 IN2 AUDIO IN SWITCH TC4053BP/BF BTSC TDA9850 OUT IN VIDEO IN R G B V OUT N451 LA7841 B3 16V B1 130V T471 FBT B2 18V POWER V513 2SC4237 AUDIO AMP LA4287 B8 25V CRT DRIVE H OUT V432 3DD2553 AUDIO OUT CRT AC 120V NTSC .

06 1.1 0 2.4 1.8 4 4 IFGround 5V 3. FLLFilter VCOCoil1 VCOCoil2 APCfilter BlackLevelDetector InternalVideo Input(S_CIN) Video/VerticalGround External Video Input(Y IN) Video/Vertical/BUSGround SelectedVideoOutput ACCFilter 0 2.16 3.63 1.12 BusClock ABL SIFInput NC .AKBInput 2.52 2.8 2.5 3 2.7 IFVcc FMFilter AFTOutput BusData GreenInput BlueInput Fast BlankingInput RGB Vcc Red Output Green Output Blue Output B.7 0.5 2.7 5V 3.3 2.LA76814 IC BLOCK DIAGRAM AudioOutput FMOutput PIFAGCFilter RFAGCOutput PIFInput1 PIF Input2 2.58MHz)Output 3.93 2.53 1.3 3.58MHzCrystal 8 0.53 4.AudioInput.35 0 3.13 Ext.11 2.15 3.16 0.64 3.48 1.56 2.4 2.8 2.63 ChromaAPC1Filter KillerFilter X-RAY 0 HolizontalGround 2.51 RAMPALC Filter 2.11 Holizontal Output SIFOutput VideoOutput 4.8 RedInput SIFAPCFilter 2.14 - VCOIREF FBPInput .53 fsc(3.05 0 Vertical Output 2.34 2.32 1.9 OSDContrast NC Holizontal/Bus Vcc 5V HolizontalAFC Filter 2.18 2.

composite baseband input + C1 11 C2 13 R1 C3 14 4 C15 + C4 + 15 C5 C17 16 26 Q1 17 + ceramic resonator R2 R3 C14 C13 3 1 NOISE DETECTOR STEREODECODER INPUT LEVEL ADJUST 5 C16 SAP DEMODULATOR + TDA9850 L+R + 30 STEREO/SAP SWITCH 31 + L-R/SAP CR 20 STEREO ADJUST + 29 25 + C12 C11 C10 C9 CL + 32 DBX 2 + onlyduring adjustment 10 12 + 18 C7 + 19 DEMATRIX + MODE SELECT 6 C18 24 2 SDA 8 SCL 9 LOGIC.ICTRANSCEIVER DE-EMPHASIS C6 C19 Vref + SUPPLY + VC C V CAP 27 21 22 23 7 28 OUTL OUTR C8 stereo mono SAP to audio processing SAPwithoutDBX MAD MHA010 .15 - .

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COMPONENT VIEW OF CRT BORAD .18 - .

20 - .COMPONENT VIEW OF STEREO BORAD .

01 C117 50V1 C115 16V100 R120 3.1 R501 1/2DJ220K F501 233-3.7K R820 3.9K R206 47K C203 16V4.01 L101 0.2K C514 FK0.3 C411 35V47 VD401 1N4148 + C631 16V/100 R631 10K V632 2SC1815Y R122 330 R205 22K R412 8.2K R301 8.2K C405 0.2K V601 2SC1815Y C122 X C120 FK0.7K R918 1/2SJ2.3K B6 12V C401 50V0.2K H-W RP302 B-10K L432 ZZ008 V432 2SD1879 C472 + 35V100 R451 5.The rated power of all resistance is 1/6W unless otherwise noted.2 16V100 GND (V/C/B) 54 VD612 1N4148 VD611 1N4148 VD610 1N4148 EXT AUDIO IN ABL SEL VIDEO OUT 38 39 37 36 35 34 33 32 31 30 29 28 10 4 C12 + C11 + C10 + C09 + 50V1 50V1 50V10 50V10 LA4285(R) R611 680 16V100 + C613 16V100 + C612 SIF IN VCO FIL SIF OUT RF AGC VCO COIL SIF APC FIL VIF IN1 FM OUT VIF IN2 VCO COIL APC FIL VIDEO OUT INT VIDEO IN BLK STRETCH FIL R IN VCC (V/C/D) G IN ACC FIL FSC OUT XTAL VCC (RGB) APC1 FIL X-RAY KILLER FLT B OUT GND (CCD/H) R OUT AKB IN VCO IREF CLOCK OUT VCC (CCD) OSD CONTRAST VCC (H) FBP IN H AFC FIL RAMP ALC.01 VCC SCL GND 5 R745 220 V102 2SC2216 R111 82 L102 22UH R241 100 R242 100 R244 2.7K R734 10K R721 10K R730 10K R732 47K V704 2SC1815Y C505 1000KM1000p R733 X C729 0.2K R815 4.There may be some comonents or partial circuit differences between the acutal chassis and the circuit diagram.n represents nF.7K V702 2SA1015Y R728 470 V705 V703 2SC1815Y 2SC1815Y C503 1000KM1000p VD505 TA30-10 VD506 TA30-10 + C507 L502 250V220 HF2836 VD514 D VD517 EU1 VD516 1N4148 R517 100 R515 DJ22K C533 400KM2200S R2in VD553 1N4148 SCL CIRCUIT DIAGRAM OF MODEL TC14FS68 + + + Rout RT501 PTDCA1BF3R0Q100 R502 7WK1 R511 5.3K R740 4.47 + C139 50V0.7K SW705 SW706 MENU AV/TV R704 3.7K R401 2.7K 6 8 9 R907 2SJ10K R917 2SJ10K JG0034 U901 XP402 TJC2-5Y FO 1 A59QDF891X002 R927 2SJ10K W902 7 K6D SCN-4Y XS401 XS402 TJC2-5A 5 XS901 GZS10-2-AC2DG 11 10 2 1 2 3 4 C939 2KV1000 + C474 250V22 R233 1/2W1.7K R738 4.01 38M C116 0.7K + 5V R104 100 R102 100K R707 680 2 C516 1KV2700p 7 V513 2SC4237 1 2 L2in 13 C565 25V2200 + C819 220 C708 50V4. 5.1 C520 1KV4700P R519 15 R522 15K R1in R524 5W47 N501 PC817B C713 50V1 R708 10K + R725 330 1 C714 16V2.5K VD703 UZ3. 4.01 R772 10K R775 10K G701 32K R709 390K 12 13 AFT IN NC NC RESET FILT + R838 100 C825 16V10 B3 12V V802 2SC R832 68K + C822 50V1 R801 27K R802 68K C803 50V1 B6 12V R773 12K R776 12K C705 18P C702 0.01 B2 18V C625 25V470 C615 25V/470 R615 2.1 R455 12K VD435 RU4DS VD436 RU4C C305 160V47 R314 1/2SJ560 R312 DJ5.7K VD472 EU2 R309 56K R308 68K C437 400NJ0.47 R404 820 VD621 1N4148 VD622 1N4148 VCC 7 R621 680 + C623 16V100 R630 10K VD631 D V631 2SA1015Y 16V100 + C622 + B6 12V TDA9850 N641 C05 50V10 R00 39 CER X COM 16 C627 0.47 + R400 1/2DJ270 27 + R805 C811 16V10 C813 16V10 R754 10K R742 3.58 C412 50V1 R274 4. It is particularly recommended that only the parts specified in service manual be used for components replacement pointed out by the mark.9K R720 10K R731 10K R729 150K V1in C515 FJ0.2K R03 C14 C15 C16 RJ160 50V10 100nF 50V4.The rated voltage of all capacitance is 50 V unless otherwise rated.7K R554 150K VD561 UZ6.01 R116 100 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 N101 LA76814 R780 + C734 560 16V/10 C618 16V/2.2 C611 16V10 R779 8.7 C102 0.2K R761 22K R760 10K R759 22K R758 22K R757 22K R766 100 R756 22K R755 22K R753 22K R751 22K R749 22K R747 22K R743 3.01 26 24 L401 TEM2011 25 C499 4700P H OUT + W801 X VHS R816 8.7 50V4.47 OUTPUT 4 C455 500FK10 + C454 50V1 C453 1000 R454 3K L442 R442 5 + C444 160V4.Product safety should be considered when a component replacement is made in any area of receiver.01 R127 220 C212 50V1 VD402 1N4148 VD411 EU1 R411A 1/2W3.6K C112 0.7K V553 2SC1815Y 1/2DJ100K R552 C561 R551 160V220 2SJ47K + RP551 B-2K B8 25V R566 10K R567 1.1 R625 2.7k R311 2.01 SCL R103 1K R105 100 SDA NC + C103 50V2.M=10E6 2.6K C315 1000 VD301 1N4148 + C306 35V470 V302 2SA1015Y B4 24V R310 2.68UH C119 0.All resistance values are in ohms.7 + 6 R21 100 7 R20 100 8 9 5 Cnr Cm Cdec AGND DGND SDA SCL 6 C01 C19 50V10 16V100 12 C00 16V100 R01 2.FIL V OUT G OUT BLANK IN B IN CLOCK DATA AFT OUT FM FIL VCC (VIF) GND(IF) PIF AGC AUDIO OUT 5 3 Y COM R622 3K R620 1K N601 + C617 0.01 R409 680 R273 4.01 C245 0.33 R451A 1W1R XS403 SCN-5 B4 24V 7 R434 2W220 B4 24V XP601 TJC3-3Y B8 25V + C434 50V10 T431 JDT1904 PCC RP301 B-50K L431 ZZ008 C304 FK0.This circuit diagram covers a basic or representative chassis only.2K C03 50V4.2 + C564 25V1000 N553 AN7805 B5 5V SDA XS803 AV1 C806 16V10 R809 4.All capacitance values without unit are in F.2K V633 R128 X R201 1K C204 50V1 C205 0.2K + C302 35V1000 + B7 5V V821 2SC R821 1K R718 3W10K + N705 CW574CS C101 16V100 XS701 AGC A101 TUNER R705 2.2 R706 1.47 VD412 UZ7.022 C121 X VEI 0Y R610 1K R612 3K B7 5V RP601 B10K R602 1K VEO 1Y R107 100 B3 12V R119 1K 4 Lin Lout Rout C111 0.7K R272 3K R499 4.2K C206 16V47 R207 2M + C210 16V0.7K R908 1/2SJ2.7K C810 16V10 + 42 41 40 39 38 37 36 35 34 33 32 31 30 29 28 27 26 24 25 23 22 R736 4.22 C404 16V220 + R806 47K R764 22K R763 22K R762 2. 1.7K C807 16V10 + C814 16V10 1 2 3 4 C772 KK470 7 5 C771 KK470 6 8 9 10 11 VDD KEY IN N701 LC863232A C556 1KV470 VD556 ES1 C554 1KV470 VD554 RU4AM R562 2FJ1 VD555 EU2 B2 18V R568 2SJ1.2K V552 2SC1815Y C407 50V1 + R810 47K C808 16V10 N801 TC4053BP/BF LNA 50/60 ALARM W-VOL VOL-L VOL-R POWER NC GND XTAL1 XTAL2 VD551 RU4AM C551 2KV470 C566 50V220 + R569 1FJ2.K=10E3.8 V2in XS801-2 AVout R804 100K R822 4.01 14 15 16 17 18 19 CVBS-IN V SYNC H SYNC 10 9 8 11 12 14 + R834 100 R833 220 V801 2SC R803 220 B3 12V C823 16V10 C805 16V470 IF R101 33K 33V 5V L701 39UH C704 15P + C701 16V47 + 20 21 T511 BCK-42-25 3 R525 5W6.5K + R807 82 R808 82 C801 16V220 + R835 27K R836 68K + + 68K R823 B5 5V R746 22K R748 22K R735 10K R770 100 R774 100 + B3 12V V803 2SC R837 220 C824 50V1 R831 27K + B7 5V C802 0.01 3 R520 1W100K R526 2.01 R109 1K B7 5V R113 100K R114 100K R243 270 + C244 16V47 C402 FK0.47 + R275 3K N602 C08 15nF VD620 1N4148 R777 8. represents F.2K Cadj 21 23 + CR + + + C07 C21 C06 50V10 50V2.2 B3 12V XP602 TJC3-2Y B902 5W8OHM B901 5W8OHM CRT BOARD XP902 L901 SCN-5Y 10UH 5 4 3 2 1 N451 LA7841 C451 35V100 + C931 16V10 INPUT NON INPUT R931 1K R932 15K R933 1.01 R825 82 R819 1K B7 5V + + 8 1 B6 12V Rin B6 12V C13 47nF R02 RJ8.01 G201 S3.033 C435 2000MJ1500 L433 Z2073 B1 130V R446 220K VCC1 VD451 EM01Z R307 2.1 + C457 25V2200 R461A 1/2DJ120 + C450 16V100 8 SCREEN FOCUS HV VD474 EU1 R491 1FJ3.6BSB 16 7 VDD 52 53 50 51 49 48 47 46 44 45 43 42 41 C209 J + C274 0.01 R765 22K B5 5V A701 HS-0038 N702 AT24C04 + C719 16V47 1 2 3 4 SDA C110 0.47 + Rout C403 FK0.6BSB VD701 TRL-R 2 XS501 1 TJC2-2A 00 C532 400KM470p C502 250HM0.15A/125V B7 5V + JPP2197BCS32 R727 470 L909 QHXC-73Q AC110V 60HZ U902 NISPT-2 N552 AN7805 + + Y C C572 10V470 + Lout + Vout 1 . M represents M .3K C118 0.7 R472 1FJ1 R472 X C438 2000MJ9200 R902 100 C901 CJ390 C903 CJ56R R912 100 C911 CJ390 C913 CJ56R R922 100 C923 CJ56R 1 C921 CJ390 V931 2SA V932 2SC VD933 D XP901 SCN-4Y R456 12K 9 10 7 4 5 6 3 1 2 R940 33 2 V902 2SC2688 VD901 D R906 560 V912 2SC2688 VD911 D R916 680 XP903 TJC2-2A V922 2SC2688 4 VD921 D R926 680 3 C458 100FK0. 3.6M B6 12V + + C821 50V1 B1 130V B7 5V B5 5V R703 4.01 SW703 SW704 VOL+ VOL- R702 8.7K 11 OZ + EXT VIDEO IN 40 2SC1815Y + + C20 + CL C18 C17 50V10 100nF 50V2.082 C432 500KK1000 C433 500KK3900 R433 1/2SJ1K R304 10K V301 2SC1815Y R306 56K VCC2 + R432 J C431 X R302 100K R303 270K V431 2SC2383-O H-PULSE XS601 TJC3-3A XS602 TJC3-2A C616 63V0.01 R268 1K R414 10K C276 16V10 C279 0.3K VD801 D R824 27K C804 0.5K C933 16V470 R904 330 R914 330 GND 3 1 R452 1 VD452 1Z75 6 2 R453 12K L441 2140 R441 1/2SJ1K + + R924 330 C932 16V10 R935 39 R900 DJ10K C934 50V0.01 1 V803 2SC1815Y C720 0.068 + R812 47K R811 4.01 C207 FK0.3K C406 FK0.7K VD499 R413 10K UZ5.7K B1 130V VD552 1N4148 RL552 OMIT-SS-112M R555 1/2DJ47K R556 22K N551 AN7812 AUDIO XS801-1 AV2 R814 47K 4.082 R305 1K5 PUMP OUT + 00 R403 + C408 330K 50V0.1 B6 12V + C301 35V47 C303 FK0.5BSB R415 3.2 50V4.2 R778 560 C125 18 R121 1K C140 470 T101 C208 50V0.7 R202 1.7 L301 600uH B3 12V R928 1/2SJ2.7K R813 4.K represents K .5K C703 0.7 + C628 16V/2.6K C452 + 35V1000 C441 200FK0.XS802 R817 82 C812 0.2BSB V554 2SB764 R563 3W39 R561 10K R402 3.The values of components indicated by a mark in this circuit diagram have special signficance to product safety.2 R726 270K 4 C518 500K1000p L1in V512 2SC3807 + + C570 10V470 R408 2. NOTICE: R232 10K T471 JF0501-91802 TP-H TEST TP-G TEST R459 1SJ1 ABL C459 100FK0.01 3 R744 220 R110 220 Z101 D45U 2 2 + 6 7 R108 5.2K R701 27K SW701 SW702 CH+ CH- R700 150K R722 1.1 L501 HF2836 C501 250HM0.7 C02 470nF 13 14 C04 220nF 15 8 Cw Cs Ctw Cts MAD OUTL Cnd Vref Cl Vcc COMP Csde SAP Vcap OUTR Cp1 Cp2 Cph 1Z Cr Cmo Css Z COM INH 32 31 30 29 28 27 26 24 25 20 19 18 22 17 LA4285(L) Q01 B503F58 OX 1X A VEE VSS C B 15 13 12 GND INT EXT SW VOL FLI NFB GND OUT VCC GND INT EXT SW VOL FLI NFB GND OUT 14 11 10 9 1 2 + 4 3 5 6 7 9 8 10 1 3 2 + 4 5 6 9 8 + C606 25V1000 C607 0.47 C124 50V1 R632 10K + C733 16V/10 C621 16V10 C126 39 L121 15UH C123 1000 + C136 50V1 R204 560K + C137 50V0.2K R724 4.5K C231 50NP1 2 3 6.3 R460 2W270 R457 39K + C456 50V1 R458 1K R474 1FJ1 1 2 + 3 10 1 2 3 V303 3DD3852 R313 2W4.7K C809 16V10 R818 82 COMB-FILTER V-MUTE AV1 AV/TV AV2 MUTE SRS ON/OFF WOOFER ON/OFF IR NC S-VHS SCL1 SAFTY SDA1 SCL0 NC SDA0 BLANK B OUT G OUT R OUT R553 4.2 C626 63V0.01 R531 1/2W5.6K V511 2SA1015 LIVE AREA RL551 OMIT-SS-112LM + Lout C504 C506 1000KM1000p 1000KM1000p VD503 TA30-10 VD504 TA30-10 W700 J W704 X R723 8.

820.042 PCS 1 A5 (THE STEREO PCB) 5 E/RSAG7.041 PCS 1 A1 (THE MAIN PCB) 2 E/RSAG7.820.820.PARTS LIST FOR TC14FS68 NO DESCRIPTION UNIT QTY LOCATION PCB 1 E/RSAG7.036 PCS 1 A6 (THE CRT PCB) 1/6W CARBON RESISTOR 6 RT13-1/6W-2R2-J PCS 2 R615 R625 7 RT13-1/6W-75R-J PCS 2 W805 R803 8 RT13-1/6W-82R-J PCS 5 R817 R818 R825 R1801 R1802 9 RT13-1/6W-100R-J PCS 12 R116 R241 R242 R766 R770 R774 R834 R838 R804 R902 R912 R922 10 RT13-1/6W-220R-J PCS 7 R127 R744 R745 R833 R837 R03 R02 11 RT13-1/6W-270R-J PCS 1 R243 12 RT13-1/6W-330R-J PCS 5 R122 R725 R904 R914 R924 13 RT13-1/6W-470R-J PCS 2 R727 R728 14 RT13-1/6W-560R-J PCS 3 R778 R780 R906 15 RT13-1/6W-680R-J PCS 6 R409 R707 R611 R621 R916 R926 16 RT13-1/6W-820R-J PCS 1 R404 17 RT13-1/6W-1K0-J PCS 15 R103 R119 R121 R201 R268 R458 R602 R821 R610 R620 R931 R104 R105 R612 R622 18 RT13-1/6W-1K2-J PCS 2 R202 R567 19 RT13-1/6W-1K5-J PCS 3 R722 R1707 R933 R401 R408 R760 20 RT13-1/6W-2K2-J PCS 3 21 RT13-1/6W-2K7-J PCS 3 R244 R1706 22 RT13-1/6W-3K0-J PCS 3 R272 R275 R454 23 RT13-1/6W-3K3-J PCS 4 R402 R742 R743 R820 24 RT13-1/6W-3K9-J PCS 2 R1705 R415 25 RT13-1/6W-4K7-J PCS 20 R274 R724 R736 R738 R740 R809 R811 R813 R814 R815 R816 R822 R827 R1704 R1805 R1806 R747 R749 R751 R753 27 RT13-1/6W-8K2-J PCS 6 R412 R723 R777 R779 R826 R1703 28 RT13-1/6W-10K-J PCS 24 R414 R561 R566 R630 R631 R632 R708 R720 R721 R730 R731 R733 R734 R735 R754 R772 R775 R819 R232 R413 R499 R755 R761 R762 29 RT13-1/6W-12K-J PCS 4 R453 R455 R773 R776 30 RT13-1/6W-15K-J PCS 1 R932 31 RT13-1/6W-22K-J PCS 10 R205 R746 R748 R756 R757 R758 R759 R763 R764 R765 32 RT13-1/6W-27K-J PCS 5 R801 R824 R831 R835 R1702 33 RT13-1/6W-33K-J PCS 2 R101 R120 35 RT13-1/6W-47K-J PCS 2 R206 R732 37 RT13-1/6W-68K-J PCS 4 R802 R805 R832 R836 Page 1 of 22 .820.291A PCS 1 A4 (THE FRONT AV PCB) 4 E/RSAG7.304A PCS 1 A2 (THE CONTROL PCB) 3 E/RSAG7.820.

NO DESCRIPTION UNIT QTY LOCATION 38 RT13-1/6W-100K-J PCS 3 R102 R113 R114 39 RT13-1/6W-150K-J PCS 2 R729 R1701 40 RT13-1/6W-270K-J PCS 1 R726 41 RT13-1/6W-330K-J PCS 1 R403 42 RT13-1/6W-390K-J PCS 1 R709 43 RT13-1/6W-560K-J PCS 1 R204 44 RT13-1/6W-2M0-J PCS 1 R207 1/4W CARBON RESISTOR 45 RT14-1/4W-15R-J PCS 1 R519 46 RT14-1/4W-33R-J PCS 2 R935 R940 47 RT14-1/4W-56R-J PCS 1 R01 48 RT14-1/4W-100R-J PCS 1 R517 49 RT14-1/4W-270R-J PCS 1 R400 50 RT14-1/4W-2K2-J PCS 1 R526 51 RT14-1/4W-3K3-J PCS 1 R451 52 RT14-1/4W-4K7-J PCS 1 R553 53 RT14-1/4W-5K6-J PCS 1 R511 54 RT14-1/4W-12K-J PCS 1 R456 55 RT14-1/4W-15K-J PCS 1 R522 56 RT14-1/4W-22K-J PCS 2 R515 R556 57 RT14-1/4W-39K-J PCS 1 R457 58 RT14-1/4W-220K-J PCS 1 R446 1/2W METAL OXIDE FILM RESISTOR 59 RY25-1/2W-1R-J PCS 1 R452 RY25-1/2W-270R-J PCS 1 R713 61 RY25-1/2W-1K-J PCS 1 R433 62 RY26-1/2W-2K7-J PCS 3 R908 R918 R928 63 RY25-1/2W-3K3-J PCS 1 R557 64 RY25-1/2W-47K-J PCS 1 R555 65 RY25-1/2W-100K-J PCS 1 R552 66 RY25-1/2W-150K-J PCS 1 R554 67 RY25-1/2W-220K-J PCS 1 R501 1W METAL OXIDE FILM RESISTOR 68 RY26-1W-1R0-J PCS 1 R451A 69 RY25-1/2W-120R-J PCS 1 R461A 70 RY26-1W-100K-J PCS 1 R520 2W METAL OXIDE FILM RESISTOR 72 RY27-2W-220R-J PCS 1 R434 R460 73 RY27-2W-330R-J PCS 1 75 RY27-2W-1K-J PCS 1 R441 76 RY27-2W-15K-J PCS 3 R907 R917 R927 77 RY27-2W-47K-J PCS 1 R551 3W METAL OXIDE FILM RESISTOR Page 2 of 22 .

01µ-Z PCS 23 C102 C112 C116 C118 C119 C205 C245 C274 C279 C405 C607 C617 C627 C702 C703 C720 C729 C802 C804 C812 C999 103 CT1-08C-2B4-500V-10P-K PCS 1 C455 104 CT1-08C-2B4-500V-1000P-K PCS 1 C432 105 CT1-08C-2B4-500V-3900P-K PCS 1 C433 106 CT81-08C-2R-1KV-470P-K PCS 2 C554 C552 107 CT81-06C-2R-1KV-1000P-K PCS 4 C503 C504 C505 C506 108 CT81-10C-B-1KV-2700P-K PCS 1 C516 109 CT81-10C-2R-2KV-470P-K PCS 1 C551 110 CT81-AC400V-B-470P-M PCS 1 C532 Page 3 of 22 .NO DESCRIPTION UNIT QTY LOCATION 78 RY18-3W-12K-J PCS 1 R718 79 RY28-3W-39R-J PCS 1 R563 RF10-1W-1R0-J PCS 2 R472 R474 RF10-1/2W-3R3-J PCS 1 W425 RF10-1W-3R9-J PCS 1 R491 PCS 1 R562 R569 1 R273 1 R459 1W INSURANCE RESISTOR 80 82 2W INSURANCE RESISTOR 83 RF10-2W-1R0-J 1/4W METAL FILM RESISTOR 84 RJ14-1/4W-4K7-F 1W METAL FILM RESISTOR 85 RJ16-1W-1R-J 1/2W GLASS-GLAZED RESISTOR 86 RI40-1/2W-1K5-K 1 R233 87 RI40-1/2W-5M6-K 2 R531 R532 5W WIREWOUND RESISTOR 88 RX27-6-5W-47R-J(18×14) PCS 1 R524 89 RX27-6-5W-6R8-J(18×14) PCS 1 R525 PCS 2 RL551 RL552 PCS 1 R502 PCS 1 RP551 PCS 1 RT501 RELAY OMIT-SS-112LM 7W WIREWOUND RESISTOR 90 RX27-3Y-7W-1R-J VARIABLE RESISTOR 91 WI06-2-2-2K DEGAUSSING RESISTOR 94 PTDCA1BF3R0Q100 CERAMIC CAPACITOR 95 CC1-08A-CH-50V-15P-J PCS 1 C704 96 CC1-08A-CH-50V-18P-K PCS 2 C125 C705 97 CC1-06A-RH-50V-22P-J PCS 1 C209 98 CC1-06A-RH-50V-39P-J PCS 1 C126 100 CC1-10A-RH-50V-470P-J PCS 3 C140 C771 C772 101 CT1-06A-2B4-50V-1000P-K PCS 3 C123 C453 102 CT1-08A-2F4-50V-0.

NO DESCRIPTION UNIT QTY LOCATION 111 CT81-AC400V-E-2200P-M PCS 1 C533 112 CC1-RH-50V-390P-J PCS 3 C901 C911 C921 113 CC1-RH-50V-56P-J PCS 3 C903 C913 C923 POLYESTER CAPACITOR 114 CL11-63V-0.022µ-K PCS 1 C120 116 CL11-63V-0.2µ-M PCS 4 C103 C618 C628 C714 132 CD110-16V-4.1µ-M PCS 2 (EMC)C501 (EMC)C502 POLYPROPYLENE CAPACITOR 127 CBB21A-400V-0.7µ-M PCS 1 C203 133 CD110-16V-10µ-M PCS 15 C276 C601 C602 C611 C621 C733 C734 C806 C807 C808 C809 C810 C811 C823 C825 134 CD110-16V-47µ-M PCS 6 C206 C244 C404 C701 C719 135 CD110X-16V-100µ-M PCS 9 C101 C115 C450 C612 C613 C622 C623 C631 C805 136 CD110X-16V-220µ-M PCS 1 C801 137 CD110-16V-330µ-M PCS 1 C933 138 CD110X-16V-470µ-M PCS 3 C570 C572 139 CD110-25V-10µ-M PCS 2 C931 C932 CD110-25V-330µ-M PCS 1 C799 140 CD110X-25V-470µ-M PCS 2 C615 C625 141 CD110X-25V-1000µ-M PCS 4 C452 C564 C565 C606 142 CD110X-25V-2200µ-M PCS 1 C457 143 CD110X-35V-47µ-M PCS 1 C411 144 CD110X-35V-100µ-M PCS 2 C451 C472 146 CD110X-35V-1000µ-M PCS 4 C564 C452 C606 C302 147 CD110-50V-0.01µ-K PCS 2 C207 C515 115 CL11-63V-0.033µ-K PCS 1 C406 117 CL11-63V-0.47µ-M PCS 6 C137 C139 C208 C401 C207A C934 148 CD110-50V-1µ-M PCS 14 C117 C124 C136 C204 C212 C407 C412 C454 C456 C713 C803 149 CD110-50V-4.7µ-M PCS 1 C708 150 CD110-50V-10µ-M PCS 5 C434 145 CD110X-50V-470µ-M PCS 1 C567 CD110-50V-1000µ-M PCS 1 C565 CD110-160V-1µ-M PCS 1 C444 C821 C822 C824 151 Page 4 of 22 .1µ-K PCS 2 C458 C459 121 CBB62-AC250V-0.1µ-K PCS 4 C514 C408 C616 C626 120 CL11-100V-0.47µ-K PCS 1 C403 119 CL11-63V-0.22µ-K PCS 1 C402 118 CL11-63V-0.3µ-J PCS 1 C441 128 CBB81A-2KV-7n8-J PCS 1 C435 129 CBB81A-2KV-1n5-J PCS 1 C438 ELECTROLYTIC CAPACITOR 131 CD110-16V-2.

6BSB PCS 1 VD703 176 UZ6.NO DESCRIPTION UNIT QTY LOCATION 153 CD110-160V-220µ-M PCS 1 C561 154 CD110-250V-22µ-M PCS 1 C474 155 CD110-250V-470µ-M PCS 1 C507 NO ELECTRODE ELECTROLYTIC CAPACITOR 156 CD71-BP-50V-1µ-M PCS 1 C231 INDUCTOR COIL 157 LGA0305-15µH-K PCS 2 L102 L121 158 LGA0305-39µH-K PCS 1 L701 159 TEM2011 PCS 1 L401 160 ZZ0008 PCS 2 (EMC)L431 (EMC)L432 162 AC0042 PCS 2 L441 164 165 TRANSFORMER 166 ST6017 PCS 1 T101 169 JDT1904 PCS 1 T431 170 BCK-42-25 PCS 1 T511 171 JF0501-91802A PCS 1 T471 167 168 FILTER 滤波器 172 LCL-01B PCS 1 (EMC)L501 173 HF562Y2R5 PCS 1 (EMC)L502 PCS 18 VD401 VD402 VD514 VD516 VD552 VD553 VD610 VD611 VD612 VD620 DIODE 174 1N4148 VD621 VD622 VD631 VD801 VD901 VD911 VD921 VD933 1N4002 PCS 1 VD711 175 UZ3.5BSB PCS 1 VD412 178 UZ5.2BSB PCS 1 VD561 177 UZ7.6BSB PCS 1 VD499 179 1Z75 PCS 1 VD452 180 EM01Z PCS 1 VD451 181 RU4AM PCS 2 VD551 VD554 182 EU2 PCS 2 VD472 VD555 183 RM4A PCS 4 VD503 VD504 VD505 VD506 184 EU1 PCS 3 VD411 VD474 VD517 187 ES1 PCS 1 VD556 188 BT-204L-31 PCS 1 VD701 PCS 16 V552 V553 V601 V632 V633 V703 V704 V705 V801 V802 V803 V804 V711 TRANSISTOR 189 2SC1815Y V821 V301 V932 190 2SA1015Y PCS 4 V511 V631 V702 V931 191 2SC3807 PCS 1 V512 Page 5 of 22 .

58MHZ PCS 1 (EMC)G201 211 32.5mm mm 65 W102 W110 W118 W201 W203 W204 W205 W210 W215 W218 W221 W402 W403 W405 W409 W410 W411 W416 W417 W419 W423 W424 W426 W451 W555 W562 W601 W605 W606 W607 W608 W609 W610 W616 W617 W620 W632 Page 6 of 22 .15A TUNER 216 TEDH9-243A POWER SWITCH KDC-A06(0) CRT SOCKET 218 GZS10-2-AC2DG RCA JACK 219 AV302-1 PCS 1 XS801 XS801A 220 S-JACK PCS 1 XS802 W213 W701 W801 C110 L511 V102 JUMPER 222 5mm mm 6 223 7.768KHz PCS 1 (EMC)G701 212 CSB503F58 PCS 1 X01 PCS 1 (EMC)Z101 PCS 6 S1701 S1702 S1703 S1704 S1705 S1706 PCS 1 F501 PCS 1 (EMC)A101 PCS 1 PCS 1 XS901 SAW FILTER 213 D45U PUSH SWITCH 214 KAN-C202-5 FUSE 215 125V/250V-3.NO DESCRIPTION UNIT QTY LOCATION 192 2SB892S PCS 1 V554 195 2SC2383 PCS 1 V431 196 2SC2688 PCS 3 V902 V912 V922 197 2SC4237 PCS 1 V513 198 2SD1879 PCS 1 V432 IC 199 LA76814 PCS 1 N101 200 LC863232A-5V57 PCS 1 N701 201 LA7841 PCS 1 N451 202 LA4285 PCS 2 N601 N602 203 L7805CV PCS 2 N552 N553 204 L7812CV PCS 1 N551 205 CW574CS PCS 1 N705 206 AT24C04 PCS 1 N702 207 TC4053BP PCS 1 N801 208 TDA9850 PCS 1 N01 PCS 1 N501 OPTICAL-ELECTRONIC COUPLER 209 PC817B/HS817 CERAMIC OSC 210 JA25D-3.

NO DESCRIPTION UNIT QTY LOCATION W700 W703 W704 W713 W716 W722 W734 W735 W736 W740 W755 W756 W762 W804 W806 W807 W808 W809 W811 W812 W815 W845 R270 R432 R781 W552 W01 W02 224 10mm mm 54 W109 W111 W113 W114 W117 W121 W124 W125 W212 W214 W216 W222 W404 W407 W408 W412 W413 W414 W420 W421 W422 W431 W433 W475 W551 W557 W570 W612 W613 W626 W631 W702 W705 W706 W707 W708 W709 W710 W714 W718 W720 W723 W724 W725 W726 W727 W739 W750 W802 W600 W721 W901 L901 W05 225 12.V513-1 V513-2 V513-3 POWER RADIATOR4、6 V432-1 V432-2 V432-3 H/V RADIATOR4、5、6、7 RL551-1 RL551-2 RL552-1 RL552-2 THE LEFT POWER MAGNIFY RADIATOR1、2 THE LEFT POWER MAGNIFY RADIATOR1、2 CONNECTOR 231 TJC3-5A PCS 1 XS403 233 TJC2-5A PCS 1 XS402 234 TJC3-6A PCS 1 XS603 XS604 235 TJC2-3Y PCS 1 XS502A TJC3-4A PCS 3 XS806 XS1803 XP901 TJC3-2A PCS 1 XS501A AV3-W-F PCS 1 XS1805 TJC3B-10P PCS 1 XS03 CK3-3.5mm mm 13 W432 W442 W443 W474 W515 W571W602 W604 W624 W625 W761 W737 W799 W03 W04 15mm mm 10 W472 W507 W553 W571 W623 W728 W729 W738 W442 R471 226 17.5-3AK PCS 1 XS1804 CONNECTOR PLUG 237 TJC3B-5Y-450 PCS 1 XP902 238 TJC3B-2Y-SCNW-650 PCS 1 XS1701 TJC3B-4Y-600 PCS 1 XP1801 TJC3H-4Y-400 PCS 1 XP1802 TJC3B-6Y-150 PCS 2 XS01 XS02 TJC3B-4Y-450 PCS 2 XP901 XS401 RSR8.381.5×3.6×2.0105 PCS 1 TJC2-1Y-B-450 PCS 1 230 240 241 GND COIL PLUG 242 POWER PLUG Page 7 of 22 .5mm mm 2 W611 W501 227 20mm mm 1 W554 PCS 13 L501-1 L501-2 L502-1 L502-2 T511-1 T511-7 T511-8 T511-14 T471-1 T471-2 HOLLOW RIVET 228 XRY1.8BD T471-4 T471-8 T471-10 229 XRY2.5BD PCS 18 C507+ C507.

861.0105 DEGAUSSING COIL CLIP 260 RSAG8.0201 PCS 1 252 RSR5.018 RUBBER CUSHION 265 RSR8.667.683.078.0181 PCS 2 251 RSR5.NO DESCRIPTION UNIT QTY LOCATION 243 TJC2-3Y PCS 1 FOR AC CORD PCS 1 XS501 PCS 1 XP903 PCS 1 PCS 2 BL301 BL302 L909 DEGAUSSING COIL PLUG 244 TJC2-2A GROUND LINE SUBASSEMBLY 245 TJC2-1A POWER CORD 246 NISPT-2 SPEAKER 247 YDT411E-5W-8R C DEGAUSSING COIL 248 AHA-HXC35A4 PCS 1 249 A36CPAA00X02 PCS 1 HEAT SINK 250 RSR7.044 REAR CABINET 267 RSAG8.074.308.667.308.854.004 262 SPRING 263 RSR8.0135 PCS 1 253 RSAG7.382.043 PCS 1 254 PCS 255 PCS FUSE SUPPORTER 256 RSR7.640.0108 BRACKET 258 RSR8.003 for degaussing coil CLIP 261 RSAG8.861.046 Page 8 of 22 .074.0102 LENS LED 264 RSAG8.0145 (FOR CRT) FRONT CABINET 266 RSAG8.0102 PCS 2 FOR FUSE PCS 1 (FOR THE WIRE OF H-DRIVER TRANSFORMER) PCS 1 PCS 1 PCS 4 PCS 7 PCS 1 PCS 1 PCS 4 PCS 1 PCS 1 SPACER 257 RSR7.0207 SPRING(CRT-GND ASSY) 259 RSR8.736.381.

189 PCS 1 BOTTOM PCS 4 FOR CRT PCS 1 PCS 1 SUPPORTOR(FOR CRT) 286 RSR6.150.942.1-85 PCS 1 FOR CRT GASKET 284 RSAG8.683.0106 PCS 1 282 RSR7.018 KNOB(FOR THE FRONT TUNCTION) 270 RSAG8.991 WASHER 278 RSR8.335.844.942.0137 PCS 2 280 RSR8.807.0113 PCS 1 283 Ф3 3-140HV GB97.870.817.337.005 PCS 1 PCS 9 PCS 1 271 272 273 274 275 BAR CODE TAGBOAD 276 NAMEPLATE 277 E/RSR8.870.0118 SPONGE 287 40X15X5(mm) 288 AC CORD CLIP 289 QH009 290 LABEL 291 E/RSR8.008 PCS 1 293 SCREW 294 295 SJ2824-87 PCS 6 ST4X16C Page 9 of 22 .188 PCS 1 TOP 285 RSAG8.610.142 PCS 1 CRT 292 RSAG8.NO DESCRIPTION UNIT QTY LOCATION PCS 1 268 POWER KNOB 269 RSAG8.808.0128 PCS 3 281 RSR8.0104 PCS 4 279 RSR8.

009 PCS 1 FOR THE TV SET BOPP ADHESIVE TAPE 311 24X400mm PCS 2 312 24X100mm PCS 2 313 72X900mm PCS 1 PCS 1 PCS 1 TV USE DIRECTORY 314 IES031110 RC TRANSMITTER 315 HYDFSR-0073 (WITH PACKING BAG) Page 10 of 22 .840.840.005 PCS 1 FOR THE USER'S MANUAL 310 RSAG8.1077 PLASTIC BAG 309 RSAG8.865.NO DESCRIPTION UNIT QTY LOCATION 296 SJ2824-87 PCS 12 ST4X20C 297 SJ2825-87 PCS 7 298 SJ2825-87 PCS 11 ST3X10C 299 SJ2843-87 PCS 4 M5 300 SJ2835-87 PCS 2 M3X8 301 SJ2832-87 PCS 3 ST3×8 302 SJ2835-87 PCS 1 M3X10 303 SJ2835-87 PCS 2 M3X12 304 NUT M3 PCS 5 PCS 1 ST3X12C (BLACK 2) 305 306 307 WRAPPING BOX 308 E/RSR8.

NO DESCRIPTION UNIT QTY LOCATION Page 11 of 22 .