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SERVICE MANUAL

ADJUSTMENTS
SET-UP ADJUSTMENTS
The following adjustments should be made when a complete realignment is required or a new picture tube is installed. Perform the adjustments in the following order: 1. Color purity 2. Convergence 3. White balance Notes: ① The purity/convergence magnet assembly and rubber wedges need mechanical positioning. ② For some picture tubes, purity/ convergence adjustments are not required.

1. Color Purity Adjustment Preparation: Before starting this adjustment, adjust the vertical sync, horizontal sync, vertical amplitude and focus. 1.1 Face the TV set north or south. 1.2 Connect the power plug into the wall outlet and turn on the main power switch of the TV set. 1.3 Operate the TV for at least 15 minutes. 1.4 Degauss the TV set using a specific degaussing coil. 1.5 Set the brightness and contrast to maximum. 1.6 Counter clockwise rotate the R /B low brightness potentiometers to the end and rotate the green low brightness potentiometer to center. 1.7 Receive green raster pattern signals. 1.8 Loosen the clamp screw holding the deflection yoke assembly and slide it forward or backward to display a vertical green zone on the screen. Rotate and spread the tabs of the purity magnet around the neck of the CRT until the green zone is located vertically at the center of the screen. 1.9 Slowly move the deflection yoke assembly forward or backward until a uniform green screen is obtained. 1.10 Tighten the clamp screw of the assembly temporarily. Check purity of the red raster and blue raster until purities of the three rasters meet the requirement.

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2. 2.4 Turn both tabs at the same time keeping the angle constant to superimpose red and blue horizontal on the center of the screen. Temporarily put the first wedge between the picture tube and deflection yoke assembly.2. 2.1. Repeat steps 2. Move front of the deflection yoke to the left or right to obtain better convergence in circumference. 1 2.5 until optimal convergence is obtained. the TV should be operated for at least 15 minutes. 2. Push the mounted wedge in to fix the yoke temporarily.1 Receive dot pattern.2 Circumference convergence adjustment 2.1.1.2.2 Adjust the brightness/contrast controls to obtain a sharp picture. 2.SERVICE MANUAL Yok Fig.1.1 Center convergence adjustment 2.1. Fasten the 6 .2 Loosen the clamp screw holding the deflection yoke assembly and allow it tilting. Move front of the deflection yoke up or down to obtain better convergence in circumference.3~2.5 Adjust two tabs of the 6-pole magnet to superimpose red/blue line and green line.1 2.1.3 2. Fix the deflection yoke position and put the third wedge in either upper space. 2.2.1. 2.6 Remember red and blue movement.2.3 Adjust two tabs of the 4-pole magnet to change the angle between them and red and blue vertical lines are superimposed each other on the center of the screen.1. 2. 2.4 2.5 Put the second wedge into bottom. Convergence Adjustment Preparation: Before attempting any convergence adjustment.

After fastening the three wedges.6 2. 7 . 2 4-pole Magnet Movement 6-pole Magnet Movement Center Convergence by Convergence Magnets Incline the Yoke Up (or Down) Incline the Yoke Right (or Left) Circumference Convergence by DEF Yoke Fig. change the bus data to adjust white balance.3 3.2. For TVs with I2C bus control. white balance adjustment is made with professional equipment.2. 2.SERVICE MANUAL deflection yoke assembly on the picture tube. Fasten the deflection yoke assembly on the picture tube. Fig. recheck overall convergence and ensure to get optimal convergence.7 Detach the temporarily mounted wedge and put it in either upper space. White Balance Adjustment Generally. It’s not practical to get good white balance only through manual adjustment. Tighten the lamp screw holding the deflection yoke assembly.

1.4 Turn on the degausser. For TVs with I2C bus control. 2. To prevent X-ray radiation. do not power on the TV again until the cause is found out. color distortion will be shown on the screen. Otherwise. 1.5V 5V±0.5 Repeat the above steps until the TV is degaussed completely. The power components. Confirmation and Adjustment for Voltage Caution: +B voltage has close relation to high voltage. 1. Power on the TV and set the brightness and sub-brightness to minimum. Degaussing A degaussing coil is built inside the TV set. 1. Slowly move it around the screen and slowly take it away from the TV. If burned out. Table 2 Test Point Negative of VD851 Negative of VD852 Negative of VD854 Negative of VD857 Positive of C874 Positive of C878 Positive of C800 Note: It’s impossible to check the power part separately from the main chassis board as the part is mounted on the main chassis board. 2.2 Receive red full-field pattern. 1. set +B voltage to the rated value. first change the bus data.1 Power on the TV set and operate it for at least 15 minutes.3 Power on the specific degausser and face it to the TV screen. 2.5V 5V±0. 2. causing color spot on the screen. should be checked for burnout when power-on.1 Make sure that the supply voltage is within the range of the rated value. Each time the TV is powered on. Voltage (V) 118V±2V 17V±1V 11V±1V 14V +1V-1. Ensure that the voltage from the main PCB reads as follows. use a specific degausser to demagnetize the TV in the following ways.3 Regulate voltage adjustment components on the power section until the +B the voltage reaches the rated value. etc.5V 9V±0. 1. If the TV is magnetized by external strong magnetic field.SERVICE MANUAL CIRCUIT ADJUSTMENTS Preparation: Circuit adjustments should be made only after completion of set-up adjustments.2 Connect a digital voltmeter to the voltage output terminal of the main PCB.25V 8 . the degaussing coil will automatically degauss the TV. Circuit adjustments can be performed using the adjustable components inside the TV set.

Rotate knob of the FCB until you get a sharp picture.5KV 6.0V 25±1. Measure the CRT high voltage with the high-voltage testing equipment and heater voltage with the high-frequency effective voltmeter. Safety Inspection 5.1 After removing the back cover.1 Inspection for insulation and voltage-resistant Perform safety test for all naked metal of the TV.2 Power on the TV and preheat it for 15 min. 50Hz (limit current of 10mA) between all naked metal and cold ground. Extreme caution should be exercised when working on the TV with the back removed. There should be a FCB on the FBT. look for the FBT on the main PCB. The rated values are shown as below. Test every point for 3 sec. and ensure no arcing and sparking.SERVICE MANUAL 3.3Vrms 4. 5. Focus Adjustment Caution: Dangerously high voltages are present inside the TV. Table 3 Test Point Voltage (V) Negative of VD603 Negative of VD855A CRT anode Heater 25±1. High Voltage Inspection Measure voltages of test points on the main PCB with the digital voltmeter.3 Receive a normal TV signal.5V (for BSC68V1 FBT only) 190±5. Before Adjusting After Adjusting Fig. Supply high voltage of 3000V AC. 4.5V 27±1.3±0. 4 5. 4. 4.2 Requirements for insulation resistance Measure resistance between naked metal of the TV and feed end of the power cord to be infinity 9 .

6 Bit5 SECAM gate pulse width. In this case. To exit from the S mode.0 usec 01: I 11: M Bit7. 2. Caution: The user service mode adjustment can be changed only when service personnel adjust the whole set data during servicing. and press the MENU button on the TV to enter the SERVICE mode. SERVICE mode 6. As the control data have dramatic effects on functions and performance of the TV. red “S”is displayed on the upper center of the screen. turn off the TV set by the POWER button on the remote control. service personnel should not tell user how to enter the SERVICE mode to avoid improper data settings.2 Adjustments and bus data (CH08T0606) Table 4 Function Description for Bus Data Bit Function Description Audio system options (available during auto search and use of AUTO button) Status 00: B/G 10: D/K 00: usec SECAM 01: Bit4 MODE0 INHIBIT 10: 11: 1. Then press and hold the MUTE button on the remote control. 6.SERVICE MANUAL with a DC-500 high resistance meter and insulation resistance between the naked metal and degaussing coil to be over 20MΩ.2 When changing channels: Bit3 V MUTE 0: Y-MUTE Bit2 Bit1 Bit0 SECAM AUTO2 Power-on modes 0: No 0: PAL 0: Memory on 1: RGB MUTE 1: Yes 1: Without PAL 1: Soft on (continued) 10 .1 To enter the DESIGN/SERVICE mode Set the volume to 0.8 usec SECAM demodulation inhibit 2. 6.

SERVICE MANUAL Bit7 Write-in LOGO Refresh AV terminals in main cycle RF NTSC options Screen saver M D/K I B/G With Channel Lock. horizontal AFC is off? Mono system Single language TA1343 woofer or MDB output mode options Pull down sub menus? 0: No 1: Yes 1: No Bit6 0: Yes (Recommended) Bit5 MODE1 Bit4 Bit3 Bit2 Bit1 Bit0 0: No 0: No 0: No 0: No 0: No 0: No 1: Yes 1: Yes 1: Yes 1: Yes 1: Yes 1: Yes 1: No Bit7 0: Yes (Recommended) Bit6 Bit5 1: Yes 1: Yes 0: Mono output 0:No 0:No 1: Overlapped to main Bit4 channel(Recommended) 1: Yes 000 0:No ENGLISH FRENCH GERMAN RUSSIAN INDONE MALAY FARSI ARABIC 0: New Bit 3 MODE2 Bit 2 Bit 1 Auto language options 001 010 011 100 Bit.0 101 110 111 Small character processor 1: Old MODE3 BIT 7 (Recommended) (continued) 11 .

) (Recommended) 1: No (Recommended) 0: Slow (2 sec.) channels with 0-9 buttons BIT 5 DVD option 0: Yes BIT.SERVICE MANUAL BIT 6 Waiting time when changing 1: Fast (1 sec.4 Step length setting for lighting up gradually during power-on Numeral in Arabic indicated in local language? PWM output option Instant on AV Switch 4053 option Audio processing IC (SOUND menu) Woofer option in SOUND menu TA1343 option No use NJW1161 option (SRS IC) NJW1160 option (BBE IC & SRS IC) NJW1137 option (BBE IC) Soft IIC option No use 1: Large step (Recommended) 0:Small step 0: No 1: Yes BIT 3 BIT 2 BIT 1 BIT 0 0: No 1: Yes 0: No 1: Yes 0:No 1: Yes BIT 7 0: No 1: Yes BIT 6 BIT 5 BIT 4 MODE4 BIT 3 0: No 0: No 0: No 0: No 1: Yes 1: Yes 1: Yes 1: Yes BIT 2 0: No 1: Yes BIT 1 BIT 0 OPT Bit 7 0: No 0: No 1: Yes 1: Yes 0: PIF VCO functions (PIFVCO = 10) during auto search and search; Bit 6 VCO adjustments 1: PIFVCO = 10 during turn-on,and PIFVCO = 00 in Normal mode (continued) 12 .

0H 00: -50% 13 .SERVICE MANUAL Bit 5 No use Large-amplitude AFT switch when no signal Bit 4 1: Off 0: On 0:927mVrms at 25kHz/dev Bit 3 Audio gain switch in MONO mode 1:500mVrms at 25kHz/dev Bit 2 Y-MUTE when changing channels Turn-on logo display? (Logo 0: No 1: Yes 1: Yes 0: No Bit 1 write-in function required) No use Horizontal position of OSD R cut off G cut off B cut off G drive B drive Contrast Max. Bright Max. Bright Min. Bright center Contrast center Contrast Min. Bit 0 OSD RCUT GCUT BCUT GDRV BDRV CNTX BRTC CNTC CNTN BRTX BRTN HPOS VP50 HIT 50hz horizontal phase V phase (50Hz) V size 00: -3usec 10: 01F: +3usec 7: 7H 20: 0% 3F: 50% (continued) 0: V phase delay.

SERVICE MANUAL HPS VP60 HITS VLIN VSC VLIS VSS HIT69 HIT69S V01 V25 V50 V100 Adjusting difference between horizontal centers in PAL and NTSC V phase (60Hz) 0: V phase delay. 0H 7: 7H Adjusting difference between vertical amplitudes in PAL and NTSC V-linearity V-S correction 0: -15% 0: -16% 8: 0% 8: 0% F: 15% F: 16% Adjusting difference between vertical linear in PAL and NTSC Shift data of 50 Hz/ 60 Hz Correction Vertical amplitude in 16:9 mode (PAL) Vertical amplitude in 16:9 mode (NTSC) Volume output data at 1% Volume output data at 25% Volume output data at 50% Volume output data at 100% Bit 3.0 VCEN IF standby Vertical centering Bit 7 Bit 6 Bit 5 Arabic Farsi Malay Indonesian Russian German French English LANG Bit 4 Bit 3 Bit 2 Bit 1 BIT 0 14 .2 VCD standby 00: Normal 10: Normal 00: Normal 10: Normal 00: -32% 1: Yes 1: Yes 1: Yes 1: Yes 1: Yes 1: Yes 1: Yes 1: Yes 01: Normal 11: VCD standby 01: Normal 11: IF standby 20: 0% 3F: 30% 0: No 0: No 0: No 0: No 0: No 0: No 0: No 0: No STBY Bit 1.

SERVICE MANUAL Table 5 Bus Data Item *MODE0 *MODE1 *MODE2 *MODE3 *MODE4 *LANG NOT MENU MEUN ICON MAIN MEUN MEUN CHAR MEUN CHAR HIGH BBE OSDF OSD *OPT RCUT GCUT BCUT GDRV BDRV CNTX BRTC COLC TNTC TNTCAV COLP COLS DCOL SCOL Data 84 1F 1B 18 60 FF 9E FB 91 07 02 9C 64 20 60 40 20 20 40 40 7F 40 40 48 48 F8 40 20 07 Item SCNT CNTC CNTN BRTX BRTN COLX COLN TNTX TNTN ST3 SV3 ST4 SV4 SVD ASSH SHPX SHPN TXCX RGCN ABL DCBS CLTO CLTM CLTS CLVO CLVD DEF AKB SECD Data 09 40 08 19 20 35 00 28 28 25 30 20 30 30 07 3F 20 3F 1F 2C 13 26 22 20 24 20 01 00 18 Item HPOS VP50 HIT HPS VP60 HITS VLIN VSC VLIS VSS VCEN HIT69 HIT69S SBY SRY BRTS RAGC HAFC *V01 *V25 *V50 *V100 WOOFER STAT FLG0 FLG1 REFP RSNS GSNS 14 01 05 09 00 20 09 15 4D 65 7F 40 00 06 08 00 00 00 Data 11 01 18 04 02 01 05 00 00 00 16 Item BSNS MOD STBY SVM VBLK UCOM VTST PYNX PYNN PYXS PYNS BASC BASX TREC BALC BAS1 BAS2 BAS3 TRE1 TRE2 TRE3 TA1343-06 NO USE NO USE WON1 WON2 NOIS VATT Data 00 40 00 00 00 00 00 26 1B 22 1E 40 70 40 40 64 20 50 64 20 50 6C 00 64 01 00 01 70 Notes: The data sheet may differ dependent on different models. The data sheet may differ dependent on different CRTs for the same model. Refer to table 4 set the data marked with “*” defending on functions of TVs. 15 .