SERVICE MANUAL

CONTENTS
X-RAY RADIATION PRECAUTION………………………………………………………1 SAFETY PRECAUTION…………………………………………………………………..1 PRODUCT SAFETY NOTICE…………………………………………………………….2 INSTALLATION AND SERVICE ADJUSTMENTS………………………………………3 GENERAL INSTRUCTION…………………………………………………………………3 ALIGNMENT ITEMS AND PROCEDURE………………………………………………..3 FACTORY ADJUSTMENT MODE…………………………………………………………4 CHECKING POINT……………………………………………………………………………5 PRESET THE FOLLOWING IN FACTORY…………………………………………………6 FACTORY MENU………………………………………………………………………………6 CONVERGENCE MAGNET ASSEMBLY POSITIONING……………………………..8 COLOR PURITY ADJUSTMENT…………………………………………………………..8 CONVERGENCE ADJUSTMENT…………………………….……………………………..8 CENTER CONVERGENCE ADJUSTMENT …………………………………………..8 CIRCUMFERENCE CONVERGENCE ADJUSTMENT ……………………………..9 USA CHANNEL FREQUENCY TABLE (181 CH)………………………………………10 WIRING DIAGRAM……………………………………………………………………….12 BLOCK DIAGRAM………………………………………………………………………...13 IC BLOCK DIAGRAM……………………………………………………………………..14 SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM………………………………………………………………….19 ELECTRICAL PARTS LIST………………………………………………………………20

CAUTION: THIS SERVICE MANUAL IS ONLY FOR PROFESSIONAL SERVICE PERSONNEL’S REFERENCE. BEFORE SERVICING THIS CHASSIS, PLEASE READ THE

FOLLOWING NOTICE ITEMS.

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SAFETY INSTRUCTION
Before servicing and aligning this equipment, please read the following “X-RAY RADIATION PRECAUTION” ,“SAFETY PRECAUTION” and “PRODUCT SAFETY NOTICE”.

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 29 or 26.5kV(20”) at zero beam current (minimum brightness) under 120V AC power source. the high voltage must not, under any circumstances, exceed 32kV. 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 0.15 F, 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 F 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 o.2 milliamp. AC. Any value exceeding this limit constitutes a potential shock hazard and must be corrected immediately.

AC VOLTMETER

0.15 FD Place this probe on each exposed metallic part. Good earth ground such as a water pipe, conduit, etc.

1500ohm 10watt

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 characteristics as specified in the parts list may create shock, fire, X-RAY RADIATION or other hazards. B+ CHECK 1) Prepare the test equipment. 2) Use the DC voltameter at DC 200V position to test B+ test point, i.e. B+.

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3) Connect the power plug to AC 120V/60Hz, turn on the power switch, wait for normal raster, Check B+ = 100V 0.2V. Test point DC(V) B+ 100 B1-5V 5 B2-9V 9 B3-10V 12 B4-32V 32 TH-12V 12 TH-20V 20(22) TH-200V 200

INSTALLATION AND SERVICE ADJUSTMENTS
GENERAL In the majority of cases, a color television receiver will need only slight touch – up adjustment upon installation. Check the basic characteristics such as FS,EHV,and focus. Observe the picture for good black and white details without objectionable color shading. If color shading is evident, demagnetize the receiver. If color shading still persists, perform purity and convergence adjustments. This should be all that is necessary to achieve optimum receiver perfomance. FOCUS ADJUSTMENT Adjust the FOCUS control (on T301) for well defined scanning lines on the picture screen. HIGH VOLTAGE CHECK CAUTION: These is no HIGH VOLTAGE ADJUSTMENT on this chassis. Checking should be done following the steps below. 1. Connect an accurate high voltage meter to the second anode of the picture tube. 2. Turn on the receiver. Set the BRIGHTNESS and CONTRAST controls to minimum (zero beam current). 3. High voltage will be measured below 29 (20”)KV. 4. Vary the BRIGHINESS control to both extremes to be sure the high voltage does not exceed the limit under any conditions.

General instruction
1 This chassis’ EEPROM N801 M24C08 should copy standard data, if necessary, deal it with “factory adjustment”. If directly use blank EEPROM, should first preset I2C data, then go on other common alignment. For factory adjustment method, refer to The appendix: factory menu. If without special indication, the alignment is conducted on the below condition: a AC power supply 120 V/60 Hz. b The whole unit is preheated for more than 30 min. There is built-in auto degaussing circuit, it will degauss automatically within 1second after turning on. If CRT is with magnetism and affects color purity and convergence, the internal degaussing can not degauss completely, can use degaussor to degauss externally. If color purity and convergence is still poor, then do color purity and convergence adjustment.

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Alignment items and procedure
1 2. 3. 4. 5 6 7 8 B+ voltage check RF AGC voltage adjustment Focus adjustment Screen-grid voltage and white balance adjustment Horizontal,vertical scan center adjustment Horizontal,vertical scan amplitude adjustment Pattern correction adjustment The alignment flow chart see figure below.

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EEPROM copy

High voltage check B+ check X-ray protection check

RFAGC adjustment

Filament voltage check

Picture and sound check FOCUS Sub-brightness check
Screen-grid voltage White balance adjustment

White balance check

Scanning amplitude center & raster correction adjustment

Color purity convergence check

AV terminal check Check The TV set & remote controller's function check

Figure 1: Alignment flow chart

Factory adjustment mode
B+ voltage test Make sure the AC power is 120 V/60 Hz a b) Connect digital voltmeter to B+ test point, receive A-7 signal, set picture control to DYNAMIC state test B+ the test voltage should be 100 V 0.5 V (21” PF), or 110V 0.5 V (14” PF AND 21”), or 140V (25”). AGC adjustment 2 a Receive 60 dB split field A-7 signal. b Use oscilloscope or digital voltmeter to monitor test N201 pin 43 voltage AGC output . c Press R-AGC button by making use of [ ][ ] button, increase the value from low to high until the voltage just reach 4.0 V at this time picture noisy spot should basically disappear, otherwise continue fine tune R-AGC button. 3. Focus adjustment 3. 1 Receive A-12 signal, set user control to DYNAMIC state. 3. 2 Adjust FBT’s focus potentiometer, to make the screen’s B area’s focus optimum. 1 4. Acelerating electrode adjustment method (use A-7 signal) 4.1 Roughly adjust white balance, fix GCUT value, adjust RCUT
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BCUT

RDRV BDRV’s value to make

white balance basically normal. 4.2 Set the color to 0, contrast to 10, use oscilloscope to adjust CRT’s red gun’s waveform (see below figure), adjust brightness to make the seventh step’s (the darkest) DC level be 180V, adjust accelerating electrode to make the seventh step slightly light up (just can separate the seventh step and below dark field).

180V 0V Fig 2: red gun waveform 4.3 Fine adjust white balance (color temperature: 12000K 8MPCD X=0.270 0.008 Y=0.283 0.008 ) 4.4 Set contrast,brightness,color all to 0, adjust BRTN to make A-7’s upper left 2 lattice slightly light up. 5. Horizontal,vertical scan center adjustment NTSC 60Hz H-center,V-center adjustment Receive A6 signal, set user control to DYNAMIC state, adjust V-center V-SHIFT make picture’s center be in accordance with screen’s center.

H-PHASE to

6.

Vertical scan amplitude adjustment NTSC 60 Hz V-amplitude adjustment Receive A 12 signal, set user control to DYNAMIC state, adjust V-amplitude V-SIZE to make picture’s upper and lower overscanning be screen size’s 8%.

Checking point
1. High voltage check 1.1 Connect high voltage meter to CRT’s second anode and GND. 1.2 Receive A-7 signal, set user control to DYNAMIC state, the high voltage should be 29.0 kV 1 kV (21” PF and 25”) or 25.0kV 1kV (14” PF) or 26.5kV 1kV (21”). 1.3 When brightness and contrast be set to minimum (zero beam current), the high voltage should not exceed 32 kV. 2. CRT filament voltage check Receive A-7 signal, set picture control to DYNAMIC filament voltage, the reading should be (6.3 0.3)Vrms.

state, use effective value voltmeter to test CRT

3. X-ray protection check 3.1 Receive A-7 signal, set user control to DYNAMIC state. 3.2 Short R305 TP301,TP302 X-ray protection circuit should effect.

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4. Picture and sound check 4.1 Receive standard TV signal. 4.2 Making use of picture control buttons to check color,contrast,brightness,sharpness,tint’s control function. 4.3 Making use of sound control buttons to check volume control function. 5. Sub-brightness check Receive A-7 signal, set color ,contrast,brightness all to 0 Color purity and convergence check AV terminals ( AV IN/OUT check) Other control buttons (on the set and on the remote controller) function check.

picture’s left side first grid slightly lights.

6. 7. 8.

Use common regulation

Preset the following in factory
1. Picture menu CONTRAST BRIGHTNESS COLOR SHARPNESS TINT PICTURE MODE ¨Œ MORE 60 30 30 30 00 PERSONAL

2. 3.

Volume preset to 30. Set OSD language to English.

4.

TV

mode

channel position number CABLE 3.

Factory menu
1. Enter into factory menu to operate. 1.1 Press “DSP SLEEP PIC” button(The period of two-press should be within 5 seconds) enter into factory menu. 1.2 Use CH+/CH- button to select the menu use VOL+/VOL- button to enter the function menu. 1.3 In factory menu status, press MENU button to exit.

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2.

Factory menu contents

1: VCJ ADJ 1. VIF VCO AUTO ADJ OFF 2. RF DELAY ADJ 2: RASTER ADJ 1. V POSITION 2. V-SIZE 3. H-POSITION 4. WHITE-BACK 3: CRT ADJ 1.CUT OFF-R 2. CUT OFF-G 3. CUT OFF-B 4. DRIVE R 5. DRIVE B 4: PICTURE ADJ 1. SUB BRIGHTNESS 2. SUB CONTRAST 5: USER MENU RESET OFF 6: SERVICE MENU 1. H VCO ADJ 2. TRAP FINE ADJ 3. SUB TINT 4. SUB TINT AV 5. SUB TINT YUV 6. SUB COLOR 7.C-ANGLE95 8. TAKE OFF 9.OSD LEVEL 10.Y-DL TIME 11. S-SLICE DOWN 12. AFC12 13.Y SW LPF 14. ABCL 15. ABCL GAIN 16. GAMMA 17. BLACK ST OFF 18. BLACK ST ADJ 19. AV OPTION 20. INT MONITORING 21. AUDIO ATT 22. ODS HR ADJ 23. NUM ADJ 24. LANGUAGE

Use for adjustment of VIF VCO free running frequency Use for adjustment tuner AGC takeover point Vertical ramp start timing adjustment Vertical ramp amplitude adjustment Horizontal phase adjustment White back mode selection R OUT pedestal level adjustment (factory control only) G OUT pedestal level adjustment (factory control only) B OUT pedestal level adjustment (factory control only) R OUT amplitude adjustment (factory control only) B OUT amplitude adjustment (factory control only) Brightness control (end user control) Contrast control (end user control)

H VCO free running-frequency adjustment Chroma trap adjustment TV tint control (end user control) AV tint control (end user control) YUV tint control (end user control) Color control (end user control) Chroma relational angle fo demodulation switch Chroma BPF/Take off switch OSD output level switch Luminance delay time adjustment Sync det slice level selection Horizontal AFC12 gain switch Y SW OUT, LPF ON/OFF Auto brightness and contrast limiter ABCL GAIN low or high switch Luminance gamma threshold Black stretch function ON/OFF Charging time adjustment Av out mode switch AUDIO OUT pin 51 amplitude adjustment OSD position adjustment EEPROM data adjustment OSD language switch.

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CONVERGENCE MAGNET ASSEMBLY POSITIONING
Convergence magnet assembly and rubber wedges need mechanical positioning. Refer to below figure 1.

COLOR PURITY ADJUSTMENT
NOTE: Before attempting any purity adjustment, the receiver should be operated for at least fifteen minutes. 1. Demagnetize the picture tube and cabinet using a degaussing coil. 2. Set the CONTRAST and BRIGHTNESS controls to the maximum. 3. Receive PM5515 monochromatic signal (such as G) to provide a green raster on the screen. 4. Loosen the clamp screw holding the yoke, and slide the yoke backward to provide vertical green belt (zone) in the picture screen. 5. Remove the Rubber Wedges. 6. Rotate and spread the tabs of the purity magnet around the neck of the picture tube until the green belt is in the center of the screen. At the same time, center the raster vertically by adjusting the magnet. 7. Move the yoke slowly forward or backward until a uniform green screen is obtained. Tighten the clamp screw of the yoke temporarily. 8. Check the purity of the red and blue raster. 9. Obtain a white raster, referring to “CRT WHITE BALANCE ADJUSTMENT”. 10. Proceed with convergence adjustment.

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CONVERGENCE ADJUSTMENT
NOTE: Before attempting any convergence adjustments, the receiver should be operated for at least fifteen minutes.

CENTER CONVERGENCE ADJUSTMENT
1. Receive crosshatch pattern with a color bar signal generator. 2. Adjust the BRIGHTNESS and CONTRAST controls for well defined pattern.
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3. Adjust two tabs of the 4-Pole Magnets to change the angle between them (see figure 4) and superimpose red and blue vertical lines in the center area of the picture screen. (see figure 5) 4. Turn the both tabs at the same time keeping the constant angle to superimpose red and blue horizontal lines at the center of the screen.(see figure 5) 5. Adjust two tabs of 6-Pole Magnets to superimpose red/blue line with green one. Adjusting the angle affects the vertical lines and rotating both magnets affects the horizontal lines. 6. Repeat adjustments 3,4,5, keeping in mind red, green and blue movement, because 4-Pole Magnets and 6-Pole Magnets interact and make dot movement complex.

CIRCUMFERENCE CONVERGENCE ADJUSTMENT
1. Loosen the clamping screw of deflection yoke to allow the yoke to tilt. 2. Put a wedge as shown in figure 1 temporarily. (Do not remove cover paper on adhesive part of the wedge.) 3.Tilt front of the deflection yoke up or down to obtain better convergence in circumference. (See figure 5). Push the mounted wedge into the space between the picture tube and the yoke to hold the yoke temporarily. 4. Put other wedge into bottom space and remove cover paper to stick. 5. Tilt front of the yoke right or left to obtain better convergence in circumference (see figure 5) 6. Keep the yoke position and put another wedge in either upper space. Remove cover paper and stick the wedge on the picture tube to fix the yoke. 7. Detach the temporarily mounted wedge and put it in another upper space. Stick it on the picture tube to fix the yoke. 8. After fixing three wedges, recheck overall convergence. Tighten the screw firmly to fix the yoke tightly in place. 9. Stick three adhesive tapes on wedges as shown in figure 3.

Fig5. Dot Movement Pattern

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USA CHANNEL FREQUENCY TABLE (181 CH)
P IF=45.75 MHz C IF=42.17MHz S IF=41.25MHz UNIT: MHz
BAND
VHF Low

CHANNEL
2 3 4 5 6 A-6 A-5 A-4 A-3 A-2 A-1 A B C D E F G H I 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W W+1 W+2 W+3 W+4 W+5 W+6 W+7 W+8 W+9 W+10

P

CARRIER
55.25 61.25 67.25 77.25 83.25 85.25 91.25 97.25 103.25 109.25 115.25 121.25 127.25 133.25 139.25 145.25 151.25 157.25 163.25 169.25 175.25 181.25 187.25 193.25 199.25 205.25 211.25 217.25 223.25 229.25 235.25 241.25 247.25 253.25 259.25 265.25 271.25 277.25 283.25 289.25 295.25 301.25 307.25 313.25 319.25 325.25 331.25 337.25 343.25 349.25 355.25

S

CARRIER LOCAL
59.75 65.75 71.75 81.75 87.75 89.75 95.75 101.75 107.75 113.75 119.75 125.75 131.75 137.75 143.75 149.75 155.75 161.75 167.75 173.75 179.75 185.75 191.75 197.75 203.75 209.75 215.75 221.75 227.75 233.75 239.75 245.75 251.75 257.75 263.75 269.75 275.75 281.75 287.75 293.75 299.75 305.75 311.75 317.75 323.75 329.75 335.75 341.75 347.75 353.75 359.75 101 107 113 123 129 131 137 143 149 155 161 167 173 179 185 191 197 203 209 215 221 227 233 239 245 251 257 263 269 275 281 287 293 299 305 311 317 323 329 335 341 347 353 359 365 371 377 383 389 395 401

BAND
UHF

CHANNEL
W+11 W+12 W+13 W+14 W+15 W+16 W+17 W+18 W+19 W+20 W+21 W+22 W+23 W+24 W+25 W+26 W+27 W+28 W+29 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

P

CARRIER
361.25 367.25 373.25 379.25 385.25 391.25 397.25 403.25 409.25 415.25 421.25 427.25 433.25 439.25 445.25 451.25 457.25 463.25 469.25 471.25 477.25 483.25 489.25 495.25 501.25 507.25 513.25 519.25 525.25 531.25 537.25 543.25 549.25 555.25 561.25 567.25 573.25 579.25 585.25 591.25 597.25 603.25 609.25 615.25 621.25 627.25 633.25 639.25 645.25 651.25 657.25

S

CARRIER LOCAL
365.75 371.75 377.75 383.75 389.75 395.75 401.75 407.75 413.75 419.75 425.75 431.75 437.75 443.75 449.75 455.75 461.75 467.75 473.75 475.75 481.75 487.75 493.75 499.75 505.75 511.75 517.75 523.75 529.75 535.75 541.75 547.75 553.75 559.75 565.75 571.75 577.75 583.75 589.75 595.75 601.75 607.75 613.75 619.75 625.75 631.75 637.75 643.75 649.75 655.75 661.75 407 413 419 425 431 437 443 449 455 461 467 473 479 485 491 497 503 509 515 517 523 529 535 541 547 553 559 565 571 577 583 589 595 601 607 613 619 625 631 637 643 649 655 661 667 673 679 685 691 697 703

VHF High

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USA CHANNEL FREQUENCY TABLE (181 CH)
P IF=45.75 MHz C IF=42.17MHz S IF=41.25MHz UNIT: MHz

BAND
UHF

CHANNEL
46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69

P CARRIER
663.25 669.25 675.25 681.25 687.25 693.25 699.25 705.25 711.25 717.25 723.25 729.25 735.25 741.25 747.25 753.25 759.25 765.25 771.25 777.25 783.25 789.25 795.25 801.25

S CARRIER
667.75 673.75 679.75 685.75 691.75 697.75 703.75 709.75 715.75 721.75 727.75 733.75 739.75 745.75 751.75 757.75 763.75 769.75 775.75 781.75 787.75 793.75 799.75 805.75

LOCAL
709 715 721 727 733 739 745 751 757 763 769 775 781 787 793 799 805 811 817 823 829 835 841 847

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DEGASSING
+ +

COIL 782-13Y90-0500
STANDBY PCB

SPEAKER

782-M2035-0500 BUTTON PCB AV PCB
- + - +

782-M2035-2900
XV04 XV03

X601

X901

#XA03

A1 A2

X902 X602 X902 XA01

XV01 X502

782-29FA0-6400 VM PCB
XM03

XM02

MAIN PCB 782-M2127-010D

XM01

XM02

WIRING DIAGRAM

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XM01 XM03

CRT

X403

X402

HORZIONTAL DRIVER TRANSFORMER
X302 X301

X201

X401

CRT PCB

782-M2035-0200

FOCUS

SCREEN

4

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STR-G5653
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START VIN1
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LATCH

DRIVE

REG

T.S.D

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IC BLOCK DIAGRAM

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Vcc

2
Flyback Generator

6

3

1
Power Amplifier

-

5

7

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Thermal Protection

17

4

TEA8172

11V VIDEO OUT 1 Vp-p Vcc 5V EXT AUDIO IN 8.7V RESET to MCU from MCU INTER LIMITER CARRIER IN OUT 50 48 54 53 ATT 43 VIF Vcc 8.7V 5.7Vreg VCO ADJ US/JPN HPF P-ON-ON BUS I/F POWER ON CONTROL MUTE FM AUDIO SW LIMITER ATT FM DET AF AMP 51 RESET 5.7V AUDIO OUT VIF GND 52 4 3 57 56 MCU V DD 5V Vcc 8V 5V DIRECT OUT

62

61 32 30

60

55

58

42

47 49 28

DELAY ADJ

VIF VCOADJ

RF AGC OUT 26 27 24 23 22 21

59

RF AGC

IF AGC

VCO

SDA SCL FAST BLK R IN G IN B IN 14 R

63 G EXT INPUT BRIGHT LOCK DET REF FILTER AMP V SYNC TRIG SYNC SLICE SYNC SEP BRIGHT CLAMP DRIVE DRIVE B R B EXT INPUT

VIF

SAW (WHITE) BLUE BACK CONTRAST COLOR

IF IN

VIF IN

64

AMP

VIDEO DET

R EXT INPUT

APC DET

AFT OUT

2

AFT

DEFEAT

AFT OUT

BLACK STRETCH GAMMA

VIDEO

MUTE

ADJ DET

RGB MATRIX CONTRAST

HV 15 BLK G B 16 SERVICE SW VERTICAL 5 V.OUT VERTICAL OUT PUT

BLACK STRETCH GAMMA YUV SW

VIDEO MUTE

R G B CUT OFF

CLAMP DEMODULATOR KILLERB TAKE OFF HVCO ADJ BASE BAND TINT VCO ADJ CLK CONT AFC 1 AFC GAIN BASEBAND TINT ACC DET KILLER DET TINT ANGLE BGP GEN EQ ELIMINATE

ACL/ABCL

33

COUNT DOWN

V.RAMP 6 V COINB V.SHIFT HORIZONTAL COUNT DOWN H STOP Intelligent Monitoring Intelligent Monitoring H VCO AFC 2 H-PHASE 18 V.SIZE 20 V.PULSE OUT 1 DY

SHARPNESS

VIDEO TONE

CHROMA BPF

Y-SW OUT

31

Y SW LPF

DELAY

DL TIME DL FINE

ACC

TRAP SW

LPF

F.TRAP

HPF

CHROMA TRAP CHROMA APC DET VCXO INV VIDEO/CHROMA Vcc 37 40 3.58MHz 34 45 39 29 46 17 19 10 VIDEO/CHROMA GND 38 35 25 36

x2

NC H COINCI. Hi Vcc 7 44 8 9 DEF GND Cb IN Cr IN H COINB 11 H. OUTPUT

13 12 DEF Vcc

8V

41

TV IN/ Y IN 1Vp-p 5V

CLOCK CONTROL fsc OUT

FBP INV OUT FBP IN 8V

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WARNING: BEFORE SERVICING THIS CHASSIS, READ THE "X-RAY RADIATION PRECAUTION "SAFETY PRECAUTION" AND "COMPONENTS SAFETY NOTICE" ON PAGE 1 OF THIS MANUAL. CAUTION: 1. The shaded areas makes in the schematic diagram and the parts list designate componentswhich have special characteristics important for safety and should be replaced only with type identical tothose in the original circuit or specified in the parts list. Before replacing any of these components,read carefully the COMPONENTS SAFETY NOTICE on page 1. 2. Do not degrade the safety of the receiver through improper servicing.

ELECTRICAL PARTS LIST FOR MAIN BOARD MAIN PCB DESCRIPTION MAIN PCB FUSE 50TT3.15A/250VUL! THIN-FILM CAPACITOR 250VAC-0.1uF-M! 250VAC-0.1uF-M! 250VAC-0.1uF-M! CBB12-200V-0.39uF-J CBB81-1600V-4700PF-J CL21X-50V-1uF-J ECWH12H562JR CERAMIC CAPACITOR CC1-12C-SL-63V-821J DD308-63F104Z50 DD308-63F104Z50 DE0405B331K1K DE0405B331K1K DE0707B471K2K DE0707B681K2K DE0807F472ZAC250V! DE0807F472ZAC250V! DE0807F472ZAC250V! DE0807F472ZAC250V! DE1510E103Z1K ECK-DNS222MEX! ECK-DNS471MBX! ECK-DNS471MBX! RQC07B102K-H46CA ELECTROLYTIC CAPACITOR 200USP470MA35 CD110-10V-220uF-M CD110-16V-1000uF-M CD110-16V-1000uF-M

PART NO. 782-M2117-010G 569-13141-90 462-2B410-M0V 462-2B410-M0V 462-2B410-M0V 462-53439-H0 462-88247-H0 462-B0510-H0 462-88256-H0 459-2182H-90 459-2410R-00 459-2410R-00 459-6133K-00 459-6133K-00 459-8147K-00 459-8168K-00 459-B247R-00 459-B247R-00 459-B247R-00 459-B247R-00 459-6310R-00 459-B222M-20 459-B147M-20 459-B147M-20 459-5210K-00 464-04747-M0R 464-6C722-M0 464-6D810-M0 464-6D810-M0

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FU501 C501 C505 C506 C315 C309 C232 C311 C816 C245 C246 C518 C521 C339 C515 C502 C503 C507 C508 C511 C516 C504 C509 C531 C526 C538 C215 C223

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464-6D810-M0 464-6D610-M0 464-6D610-M0 464-6D822-M0 464-6D747-M0 464-6E610-M0 464-6E822-M0 464-6E747-M0 464-6E747-M0 464-6F747-M0 464-6F747-M0 464-6F747-M0 464-60422-M0 464-60510-M0 464-60510-M0 464-60647-M0 464-60647-M0 464-62622-M0 464-65610-M0 464-07715-M0R 468-32507-00 468-01108-00 477-20028-00 477-20028-00 590-40707-00 340-00001-00 340-00001-00 340-00001-00 340-00001-00 340-00010-00 340-00291-00 340-00291-00 340-00291-00 340-00291-00 340-00292-00 477-40031-00 352-24040-50 352-56530-00 352-93020-10 352-40520-60 352-40520-60

CD110-16V-1000uF-M CD110-16V-10uF-M CD110-16V-10uF-M CD110-16V-2200uF-M CD110-16V-470uF-M CD110-25V-10uF-M CD110-25V-2200uF-M CD110-25V-470uF-M CD110-25V-470uF-M CD110-35V-470uF-M CD110-35V-470uF-M CD110-35V-470uF-M CD110-50V-0.22uF-M CD110-50V-1uF-M CD110-50V-1uF-M CD110-50V-47uF-M CD110-50V-47uF-M CD288-160V-22uF-M CD288-250V-10uF-M CD293X-400V-150uF-M POTENTIOMETER EVND8A-A03-B53 GVA061-100¦¸ ±20% POWER FILTER LF21065 LF21065 TUNER 115-B-8035AZ DIODE 1N4148 1N4148 1N4148 1N4148 S5295G TEU2YX TEU2YX TEU2YX TEU2YX TRU3A FIXED INDUCTANCE LG750 IC AT24C04(D) STR-G5653(M) STV9302A(M) TC4052BP(M) TC4052BP(M)

C537 C534 C535 CV03 C220 C106 C324 C524 C527 C308 C320 C529 C238 C235 C815 C103 C512 C305 C301 C510 RP303 RP501 T501 T502 TUNER

D505 D304 D508 D509

L302 N802 N501 N301 NA01 NA02

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352-06210-70 352-05740-00 352-75230-90 352-61251-70 467-2EA22-H0 467-2EA22-H0 467-2F220-H0 467-2F220-H0 467-2GB15-H0 467-2E256-H0 467-2F133-H0 467-2F033-H0 467-2G315-H0 467-2G315-H0 467-2G422-H0 467-20239-HB 329-53601-00 343-23830-60 343-24820-00 343-27170-00 343-01800-00 343-01800-00 343-18030-80 470-00295-00 477-30026-00 467-4EB33-H0 467-4F010-H0 467-4FA24-H0 467-4E001-H0 467-4E001-H0 467-4FA15-H0 469-40004-00 469-10023-00 471-1015H-00 471-1068H-00 471-1068H-00 471-2001K-A0 471-2001K-A0 471-2001K-A0

TLP621-GB(UL)(O)! uPC574(D) AN7523N(M) M61251AFP(M) METAL RESISTOR 1/2W-2.2¦¸ -JL 1/2W-2.2¦¸ -JL 1W-2K¦¸ -JL 1W-2K¦¸ -JL 2W-0.15¦¸ -JL 1/2W-5.6k¦¸ -JL 1W-330¦¸ -JL 1W-33¦¸ -JL 2W-15k¦¸ -JL 2W-15k¦¸ -JL 2W-220K-JL RYG2-5W-3.9K-J-A CRYSTAL JA25A3.579545MHZ TRANSISTOR 2SC2383-0 2SC2482 2SC2717 KSE180TO-126 KSE180TO-126 ST1803DHI SWITCH TRANSFORMER SR4038B! ADJUSTABLE INDUCTANCE TLN2130 MELTABLE RESISTOR 1/2W-0.33 ¦¸ -JL 1W-10¦¸ -JL 1W-2.4¦¸ -JL 1/2W-1¦¸ -JL 1/2W-1¦¸ -JL 1W-1.5¦¸ -JL THERMISTOR 5D2-14LC 96708(9¦¸ ) INDUCTOR WITH COLOR CODES EL0606SKI-150J EL0606SKI-680J EL0606SKI-680J SP0203-1uH-K SP0203-1uH-K SP0203-1uH-K

N502 N503 NV01 N201 R319 R522 R310 R342 R511 R313 R318 R525 R516 R521 R504 R312 G201 V803 V302 V101 V505 V506 V301 T503 L304 R513 R303 R304 R528 R529 R301 R503 R501 L205 LA01 LA06 LA04 LA05 LA07

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471-2001K-A0 471-2001K-A0 471-2001K-A0 471-2A82K-00 471-2A82K-00 471-2B56K-00 471-2210K-10 458-07009-00 467-8E433-H0 467-8E582-H0A 467-1C510-H0 467-1C127-H0 467-1C075-H0 467-1C082-H03 467-1C082-H03 467-1C082-H03 467-1D210-H03 467-1D047-H03 467-1D056-H03 475-15451-00 475-25451-00 353-37150-80 340-50610-003 340-51560-003 340-50500-003 340-50580-003 340-50810-003 340-51850-003 467-6F002-H0 472-10001-00 472-24207-00 477-00077-00 340-80022-00

SP0203-1uH-K SP0203-1uH-K SP0203-1uH-K SPT0305-8R2K-5 SPT0305-8R2K-5 SPT0305-R56K-5 LGA0410-1000uH-K SAW FILTER M1859M CARBON CAPACITOR 1/2W-330k ¦¸ -JL! 1/2W-8.2M¦¸ -J! 1/6W-1M-J 1/6W-270 ¦¸ -J 1/6W-75¦¸ -J 1/6W-82¦¸ -J 1/6W-82¦¸ -J 1/6W-82¦¸ -J RT14-1/4W-1K-J RT14-1/4W-47¦¸ -J RT14-1/4W-56¦¸ -J CERAMIC FILTER LT4.5MH CERAMIC TRAP FILTER XT4.5MB SMD IC M37150M8-096FP(D) REGULATED DIODE HZ6C2 HZ16-1 HZ5C1 HZ6B3 HZ9A2 HZ18-3 WIRE-ROUND RESISTOR RX21-1-2¦¸ -J H-DRIVE TRANSFORMER XR0961 FBT BSC25-3368K! H-LINEARITY COIL HL1830H-X14 RECTIFIER T2SB60 CRT PCB DESCRIPTION

LA08 LA09 LA10 LA02 LA03 L101 LV01 Z202 R502 R512 R204 R315 RA07 RA14 RA21 RA24 R308 R509 R311 Z201 Z203 N801 D513 D504 D303 D801 D515 D512 R320 T302 T301 L301 D501

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782-K2035-020B 459-2139H-90 459-2139H-90 459-2139H-90 459-8222K-00 459-5147K-00 464-6D722-M0 464-65610-M0 340-00001-00 340-00001-00 340-00001-00 467-2G315-H0 467-2G315-H0 467-2G315-H0 343-18150-10 343-26880-20 343-26880-20 343-26880-20 471-1068H-00 471-2068K-10 467-8E227-H0A 467-8E227-H0A 467-8E227-H0A 467-1C110-H0 467-1C110-H0 467-1C110-H0 467-1C010-H0 467-1C322-H0 467-1C233-H0 467-1C233-H0 467-1C233-H0 467-1C233-H0 467-1C151-H0 467-1C151-H0 467-1C151-H0

CRT PCB CERAMIC CAPACITOR CC1-10-SL-63V-391J CC1-10-SL-63V-391J CC1-10-SL-63V-391J DE1005B222K2K RQC05B471K-H46CA ELECTROLYTIC CAPACITOR CD110-16V-220uF-M CD288-250V-10uF-M DIODE 1N4148 1N4148 1N4148 METAL RESISTOR 2W-15k¦¸ -JL 2W-15k¦¸ -JL 2W-15k¦¸ -JL TRANSISTOR 2SC1815-Y 2SC2688L 2SC2688L 2SC2688L INDUCTOR WITH COLOR CODES EL0606SKI-680J LGA0410-68uH-K CARBON CAPACITOR 1/2W-2.7K ¦¸ -J! 1/2W-2.7K ¦¸ -J! 1/2W-2.7K ¦¸ -J! 1/6W-100 ¦¸ -J 1/6W-100 ¦¸ -J 1/6W-100 ¦¸ -J 1/6W-10¦¸ -J 1/6W-22K-J 1/6W-3.3K-J 1/6W-3.3K-J 1/6W-3.3K-J 1/6W-3.3K-J 1/6W-510 ¦¸ -J 1/6W-510 ¦¸ -J 1/6W-510 ¦¸ -J KEY PCB DESCRIPTION KEY PCB LIGHT-TOUCH SWITCH

C401 C402 C403 C407 C406 C411 C409 VD401 VD402 VD403 R419 R420 R421 V404 V401 V402 V403 L401 L402 R413 R414 R415 R401 R402 R403 R416 R423 R407 R408 R409 R422 R404 R405 R406

PART NO. 782-M2053-0500

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360-10001-00 360-10001-00 360-10001-00 360-10001-00 360-10001-00 360-10001-00 467-1C122-H0 467-1C122-H0 467-1C133-H0 467-1C156-H0 467-1C182-H0 467-1C222-H0

KFC-A06-4X4.5X5B KFC-A06-4X4.5X5B KFC-A06-4X4.5X5B KFC-A06-4X4.5X5B KFC-A06-4X4.5X5B KFC-A06-4X4.5X5B CARBON CAPACITOR 1/6W-220 ¦¸ -J 1/6W-220 ¦¸ -J 1/6W-330 ¦¸ -J 1/6W-560 ¦¸ -J 1/6W-820 ¦¸ -J 1/6W-2.2K-J IR PCB DESCRIPTION IR PCB CERAMIC CAPACITOR CT1-08-2F4-63V-103Z ELECTROLYTIC CAPACITOR CD110-16V-47uF-M LED HFT505M IC HRM138BB3006(M) CARBON CAPACITOR 1/6W-330 ¦¸ -J 1/6W-33¦¸ -J 1/6W-560 ¦¸ -J CRT DESCRIPTION A51KQK99X01

S901 S902 S903 S904 S905 S906 R901 R902 R903 R904 R905 R906

PART NO. 782-J2155-0900 459-2310R-00 464-6D647-M0 340-10055-90 352-38060-60 467-1C133-H0 467-1C033-H0 467-1C156-H0

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C601 C602 VD601 RC601 R602 R601 R603

PART.NO. 335-21225-00

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