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COLOR TELEVISION

Model:

DS20930

Date:

April / 15 / 2004

Effective from : Chassis No.

Destination: U.S.A. / CANADA

20930-07

REF : No. SM780088-06

NOTE: Match the Chassis No. on the units back cover with the Chassis No. in the Service
Manual. If the Service Manual Chassis No. does not match the units, additional Service
Literature is required. This chassis is similar to Chassis No. 20930-06. Only the
difference Service Information is given in this manual. For detailed Service Information,
refer to the Original Service Manual and Notices for Chassis No. 20930-06 used in Model
DS20930 (SM780088-06).
1. IN THE CHASSIS ELECTRICAL PARTS LIST

The reason for change.


A : Misprint
B : Quality Reliability
D : Design
E : Add as a possible sub
G : Purchasing Request

C : Standardization
F : Schematic location change

Page &
Section

Schematic
Location

Page 19,
Chassis
Electrical
Parts List

R497

Old
401 068 1600
OXIDE-MT 4.7 JA 2W
1
NO
-------------------------------------------------------------New
401 068 6209
OXIDE-MT 5.6 JA 2W
1
NO

A100

Old
610 310 6847
ASSY, PWB, MAIN
1
NO
-------------------------------------------------------------New
610 312 5824
ASSY, PWB, MAIN
1
NO

A700

Old
610 310 6854
ASSY, PWB, SOCKET
1
YES
-------------------------------------------------------------New
610 312 5831
ASSY, PWB, SOCKET
1
YES

Q901

Old
414 012 3209
CRT A51QDX992X003
1
NO
-------------------------------------------------------------New
414 012 3100
CRT A51QDK190X022
1
NO

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Chassis
Electrical
Parts List

Part No.

DS20930, G8TDM, PRODUCT CODE 111367880

Description

Qty

Interchangeability

Reason

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REF : No.

20930-06

SM780088

NOTE: Match the Chassis No. on the units back cover with the Chassis No. in the Service Manual.
If the Service Manual Chassis No. does not match the units, additional Service Literature
is required. This chassis is similar to Chassis No. 20930-00, however, all Service Information
is given in this Notice for Chassis No. 20930-06 used in Model DS20930.

Contents

Specifications

Safety Instructions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
Service Adjustments . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 - 10
Service Hints . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
Mechanical Disassemblies. . . . . . . . . . . 12
Chassis Electrical Parts List . . . . . . 13 - 19
Cabinet Parts List . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20
Component and Test Point
Locations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21 - 24
Schematic Insert . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25 - 32
Schematic Notes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25
Pin Layouts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25
Capacitor and Resistor Codes . . . . . . 25
Block Diagram . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26 - 27
Voltage Charts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26 - 27
Waveforms. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28
Schematic Diagrams . . . . . . . . . . 29 - 32

Power Rating . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 120V, 60Hz


65W (Avg), 1.4A (Max)
Antenna Input Impedance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 75
UHF/VHF/CATV
Receiving Channel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 - 13 (VHF),
14 - 69 (UHF),
01, 14-94, 95-125 (CATV)
Remote Ready . . . . . . . . . . 24 Key Remote Control
Sound Output . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.0 W/CH
Intermediate Frequency
Picture IF Carrier . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45.75MHz
Sound IF Carrier . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41.25MHz
Color Sub Carrier . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42.17MHz
Picture Tube . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A51QDX992X003
Semiconductors
Integrated Circuits. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
Transistors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
Except within Tuner and RC Pre-Amp.
Cabinet Dimensions
Width . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 588mm
Height . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 466mm
Depth . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 493mm

DS20930, G8TCM, PRODUCT CODE 111367880

REFERENCE No. SM780088-06

SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
WARNING: The chassis of this receiver has a floating
ground with the potential of one half the AC line voltage in
respect to earth ground. Service should not be attempted by
anyone not familiar with the precautions necessary when
working on this type of equipment.
The following precautions must be observed:
1. An isolation transformer must be connected in the power
line between the receiver and the AC line before any service is performed on the receiver.

READING SHOULD NOT EXCEED 750 mV.


AC VOLTMETER
(5000 ohms per volt or more sensitivity)

TELEVISION
RECEIVER

2. Comply with all caution and safety-related notes provided on the side of the cabinet, inside the cabinet, on the
chassis, and the picture tube.

1500 ohm
10 watt

3. When replacing a chassis in the cabinet, always be certain


that all the protective devices are installed properly, such
as control knobs, adjustment covers, shields and barriers.
DO NOT OPERATE THIS TELEVISION RECEIVER
WITHOUT THE PROTECTIVE SHIELD IN POSITION AND
PROPERLY SECURED.
4. Before replacing the back cover of the set, thoroughly
inspect the inside of the cabinet to see that no stray parts
or tools have been left inside.
Before returning any television to the customer, the
service technician must perform the following safety
checks to be sure that the unit is completely safe to
operate without danger of electrical shock.

ANTENNA COLD CHECK


Remove AC plug from the 120 VAC outlet and place a
jumper across the two blades. Connect one lead of an ohmmeter to the jumpered AC plug, and touch the other lead to
each exposed antenna terminal (UHF and VHF antenna terminals). The resistance must measure between 1M ohm and
5.2M ohm. Any resistance value below or above this range
indicates an abnormality which requires corrective action.

LEAKAGE CURRENT CHECK


Plug the AC line cord directly into a 120 VAC outlet. (Do not
use an isolation transformer for this check.) Use an AC voltmeter, that has 5000 ohms per volt or more sensitivity.
Connect a 1500 ohm 10 watt resistor, paralleled by a 0.15 F
150 VAC capacitor, between a known good earth ground
(water pipe, conduit, etc.) and all exposed metal parts of the
cabinet (antennas, handle bracket, metal cabinet, screw
heads, metal overlays, control shafts, etc.). Measure the AC
voltage across the 1500 ohm resistor. The AC voltage
should not exceed 750 mV. A reading exceeding 750 mV
indicates that a dangerous potential exists. The fault must
be located and corrected. Repeat the above test with the
receiver power plug reversed.
NEVER RETURN A RECEIVER TO THE CUSTOMER
WITHOUT TAKING THE NECESSARY CORRECTIVE ACTION.

Good earth ground


such as a water pipe,
conduit, etc.

0.15 F 150V AC

AC OUTLET

To be touched to all of exposed metal parts.


Voltmeter Hook-up for Leakage Current Check.

X-RADIATION PRECAUTION
The primary source of X-RADIATION in solid-state receivers is
the picture tube. The picture tube is specially constructed to
limit X-Ray emission. For continued X-RADIATION protection,
the replacement tube must be the same type as the original
(including the suffix letter in the part numbers). Excessive high
voltage may produce potentially hazardous X-RADIATION. To
avoid such hazards, the high voltage must be maintained within
specific limits. Refer to the X-RADIATION WARNING NOTE on
the CHASSIS SCHEMATIC in this service manual for specific
high voltage limits. If the high voltage exceeds specified limits,
check the components specified on the chassis schematic
diagram and take the necessary corrective action. Carefully
follow the instructions for the +B Voltage Check and the High
Voltage Check to maintain the high voltage within the specified
limits.

HIGH VOLTAGE HOLD-DOWN TEST


To prevent X-RADIATION from the picture tube due to
excessive high voltage, a HOLD-DOWN circuit is provided in
the high voltage circuit. Every time the receiver is serviced,
the high voltage HOLD-DOWN circuit must be tested for
proper operation. Refer to the HIGH VOLTAGE HOLDDOWN TEST in service adjustments.

PRODUCT SAFETY NOTICE


When replacing components in a receiver, always keep in
mind the necessary product safety precautions. Pay special
attention to the replacement of components marked with a
star () in the parts list and in the schematic diagrams. To
ensure safe product operation, it is necessary to replace
those components with the exact same PARTS.

SERVICE ADJUSTMENTS
GENERAL
This set has an on-screen Service Menu system included in the CPU that allows remote operation for most of the service adjustments.
To enter the Service Menu, first disconnect the AC power cord. Then while pressing the MENU key on the front control panel, reconnect the AC power cord. The adjustments can now be made with the remote control or front control panel keys.

ON-SCREEN SERVICE MENU SYSTEM

TITLE

1. Enter the Service Menu:


While pressing the MENU key on the front control panel, reconnect the
AC power cord. The Service Menu Display will now appear. See Figure 1.

ITEM NO.

3C
15

SCO
00010101

2. Service Adjustments:
Press the or key to select the desired service menu item you
want to adjust. (See page 5 for On-screen Service Menu.)
HEX DATA

Use the + or key or number keys to adjust the data.


The + or keys will increase or decrease the data sequentially.
The number keys (0 ~ 7) toggle only their respective bits between
1 and 0 and are used to change the Sub-Address. For example to
change bit 5 press the number 5 key. See below.

BINARY DATA
(8 bit)

Figure 1. Service Menu Display

(b7) (b6) (b5) (b4) (b3) (b2) (b1) (b0)


BINARY DATA
(8 bit)

01010110
3. Exit from the Service Menu:
Press the MENU key to turn off the Service Menu display.

IC802 (EEPROM) REPLACEMENT


When IC802 (EEPROM) is replaced, IC801 (CPU) will automatically write the initial reference data into IC802 for basic TV operation.
However, the bus data should be checked and some bus data should be set up before attempting the service adjustments.
(See pages 5 7, Table 1, for detailed bus data information.)

INITIAL BUS DATA SETUP


Note: When IC802 (EEPROM) is replaced, change the following initial reference data for proper TV operation before
attempting service adjustments.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
17.

Disconnect the AC power cord (AC 120V line).


While pressing the MENU key, reconnect the AC power cord. The Service Menu display will now appear.
Select NO. 3B SCN (Sub Contrast) with or key. Adjust the data with + or key for 10.
Select NO. 3C SCO (Sub Color) with or key. Adjust the data with + or key for 15.
Select NO. 3D STI (Sub Tint) with or key. Adjust the data with + or key for 05.
Select NO. 41 HP (H Phase) with or key. Adjust the data with + or key for 0F.
Select NO. 42 VS (V Size) with or key. Adjust the data with + or key for 5A.
Select NO. 43 VSP7VKI6VDC (V Sync Sep / V Kill / V DC) with or key. Adjust the data with number keys for 18.
Select NO. 44 HBL5VLN (H Blk L / V Lin ) with or key. Adjust the data with number keys for 35.
Select NO. 45 HBR5VST (H Blk R / V Lin Shift) with or key. Adjust the data with number keys for 43.
Select NO. 46 VSC (V S Correction) with or key. Adjust the data with + or key for 0E.
Select NO. 47 VTS6VC3CDM (V Test / V Comp / Count Dwn Mode) with or key. Adjust the data with number keys
for 28.
Select NO. 4F SBI (Sub Bias) with or key. Adjust the data with + or key for 30.
Select NO. 53 ABL5MSD4RTS3BAT (ABL Def / MID Stop / RGB Temp / ABL Thresh) with or key. Adjust the data
with number keys for 0C.
Select NO. 55 STR4FLS (S Trap Test / Filter System) with or key. Adjust the data with number keys for 21.
Select NO. 5B AF7CBP5 (Auto Flesh / C Band Pass) with or key. Adjust the data with number keys for A0.
Select NO. 5C CKO (Color Killer) with or key. Adjust the data with + or key for 03.

SERVICE ADJUSTMENTS (Cont.)


INITIAL BUS DATA SETUP (Cont.)
18. Select NO. 67 VMD6VMG3SSN (VM Delay / VM Gain / Sync Sep Sens) with or key. Adjust the data with number
keys for 22.
19. Select NO. 69 EWD (E/W DC) with or key. Adjust the data with + or key for 2A.
20. Select NO. 6A EWA (E/W Amp) with or key. Adjust the data with + or key for 16.
21. Select NO. 6B EWT (E/W Tilt) with or key. Adjust the data with + or key for 29.
22. Select NO. 6C ECB4ECT (E/W Corner Btm / E/W Corner Top) with or key. Adjust the data with number keys for 54.
23. Select NO. 83 OPT (Aspect Ratio / Surround) with or key. Adjust the data with + or key for A0.
24. Select NO. 84 OP2 (Component / V Guide) with or key. Adjust the data with + or key for 20.
25. Select NO. 86 CBR (RF C Bypass) with or key. Adjust the data with + or key for 00.
26. Select NO. 8C CBT (RF C BPF Test) with or key. Adjust the data with + or key for 08.
27. Select NO. 8D HR (H Display Position) with or key. Adjust the data with + or key for 24.
28. Select NO. 8E SBO (Sub Bright Offset) with or key. Adjust the data with + or key for 05.
29. Select NO. 98 DRY (YUV R-Y Difference) with or key. Adjust the data with + or key for 0B.
30. Select NO. 99 DBY (YUV B-Y Difference) with or key. Adjust the data with + or key for 10.
31. Select NO. A1 EEA (16:9 E/W Amp Difference) with or key. Adjust the data with + or key for F6.
32. Select NO. A7 EVB (16:9 V Blk Sw) with or key. Adjust the data with + or key for 60.
33. Press the MENU key to turn off the Service Menu display.

Table 1. ON-SCREEN SERVICE MENU


When IC802 (EEPROM) is replaced, check the bus data to confirm they are the same as below. The shaded menu should be
checked and be set up or readjusted according to the procedures described in the following pages. Initial Setup Data marked
with an * should be changed from Initial Reference Data. (See pages 3 and 4 for Initial Bus Data Setup.)
TITLE

INITIAL REFERENCE
DATA HEX

INITIAL SETUP
DATA HEX

INITIAL SETUP
DATA BINARY

3B

SCN

0F

10*

00010000

Sub Contrast (4~0)

3C

SCO

1F

15*

00010101

Sub Color (5~0)

3D

STI

07

05*

00000101

Sub Tint (4~0)

3E

SB

18

18

00011000

Sub Bright (5~0)

3F

SSH

00

00

00000000

Sub Sharpness (4~0)

40

AFC6HFR

90

90

10010000

AFC(6) Horizontal Frequency (5~0)

41

HP

12

0F*

00001111

Horizontal Phase (4~0)

42

VS

60

5A*

01011010

Vertical Size

43

VSP7VKI6VDC

07

18*

00011000

V Sync Sep (7) V Kill (6) V DC (5~0)

44

HBL5VLN

06

35*

00110101

H Blanking L (6~5) V. Linearity (4~0)

45

HBR5VST

20

43*

01000011

H Blanking R (6~5 V Shift (3~0)

46

VSC

0A

0E*

00001110

Vertical S Correction (4~0)

No.

FUNCTION

47

VTS6VC3CDM

38

28*

00101000

V Test (7~6) V Compression (5~3)Count Down Mode (0)

48

FBS4GRY2CRS

10

10

00010000

VNS (7) V Blk (6~5) FBP Blk (4) Gray Mode (2) CRS (1~0)

49

RB

00

00

00000000

Red Bias (7~0)

4A

GB

00

00

00000000

Green Bias (7~0)

4B

BB

00

00

00000000

Blue Bias (7~0)

4C

RD

40

40

01000000

Red Drive (6~0)

4D

GD

08

08

00001000

Green Drive (3~0)

4E

BD

40

40

01000000

Blue Drive (6~0)

4F

SBI

40

30*

00110000

Sub Bias (6~0)

50

51

52

OSD

03

03

00000011

On Screen Display Contrast (1~0)

53

ABL5MSD4RTS3BAT

04

0C*

00001100

ABL Defeat (5) MID Stop (4) RGB Temp (3) ABL Thresh (2~0)

54

CRG

12

12

00010010

Coring Gain (7~6)

55

STR4FLS

41

21*

00100001

S Trap Test (6~4) Y/C Filter Mode (2~0)

56

YAP6PRE4OVR2WP

00

00

00000000

Y APF (6) Pre Shoot (5~4) Over Shoot (3~2) White Peak (1~0)

57

YGM6DCR4BSS2BSG

04

04

00000100

Y Gam (7~6) DC Res (5~4) B Strk Start (3~2) B Strk Gain (1~0)

58

CBT3

60

60

01100000

Cb Trap (7~3)

59

Not Used

5A

Not Used

5B

AF7CBP5

20

A0*

10100000

Auto Flesh (7) C Bypass (5)

5C

CKO

07

03*

00000011

Color Killer (2~0)

5D

RYA

08

08

00001000

R-Y/B-Y Angle (3~0)

5E

CBO4CRO

98

98

10011000

Cb DC Offset (7~4) Cr DC Offset (3~0)

5F

GYA3

00

00

00000000

G-Y Angle (3)

60

61

FMM5

00

00

00000000

62

IAS7STS6RAD

60

60

01100000

IF AGC (7) S Trap SW (6) RF AGC (5~0)

63

VIF5VL

10

10

00010000

VIF System SW (5) Video Level (4~2)

64

VCO1

80

80

10000000

VCO Freq (7~1)

65

OMS6OML

20

20

00100000

Over Mod SW (6) Over Mod Level (5~2)

66

67

VMD6VMG3SSN

24

22*

00100010

Not Used
Not Used

Not Used
FM Mute (5)

Not Used
VM delay (7~6) VM Gain (5~3) Sync Sep Sens(2~0)

68

69

EWD

2E

2A*

00101010

6A

EWA

12

16*

00010110

E/W Amp (5~0)

6B

EWT

23

29*

00101001

E/W Tilt (5~0)

Not Used
E/W DC (5~0)

SERVICE ADJUSTMENTS (Cont.)


Table 1. ON-SCREEN SERVICE MENU (Continued)
No.

TITLE

INITIAL REFERENCE
DATA HEX

INITIAL SETUP
DATA HEX

INITIAL SETUP
DATA BINARY

FUNCTION

6C

ECB4ECT

33

54*

01010100

E/W Corner Bottom(7~4) E/W Corner Top (3~0)

6D

EWS7ETS3HSC

84

84

10000100

E/W Correction Sw(7) E/W Test (5~3) H Size Comp (2~0)

6E

Not Used

6F

80

ATT

07

07

00000111

Attenuation -MTS Input Level (3~0)

Not Used

81

WDB

20

20

00100000

Wide Band - Low Separation (5~0)

82

SPC

20

20

00100000

Spectral - High Separation (5~3)

83

OPT

80

A0*

10100000

Surround (7) Aspect Ratio (5)

84

OP2

00

20*

00100000

V Guide(7)

85

FLR

00

00

00000000

RF Filter System (2~0)

86

CBR

20

00*

00000000

RF C Bypass (5)

87

CDR

00

00

00000000

RF Count Down Mode (0)

88

CGR

40

40

01000000

RF Coring Gain (6)

89

AFR

00

00

00000000

RF AFC Gain & Gate (6)

8A

ROV

0C

0C

00001100

RF Over Shoot Adjust (3~2)

8B

RPR

00

00

00000000

RF Pre Shoot Adjust (5~4)

8C

CBT

00

08*

00001000

RF C BPF Test (4~3)

8D

HR

13

24*

00100100

OSD H Display Position (7~0)

8E

SBO

03

05*

00000101

Sub Bright Offset (5~0)

8F

DFL

02

02

00000010

YUV Filter System (2~0)

90

DCN

00

00

00000000

YUV Sub Contrast (6~0)

91

DBR

00

00

00000000

YUV Sub Bright (6~0)

92

DCL

00

00

00000000

YUV Sub Color (6~0)

93

DTN

00

00

00000000

YUV Sub Tint (6~0)

94

DSH

00

00

00000000

YUV Sub Sharpness (6~0)

95

DCG

00

00

00000000

YUV Sub Coring (6)

96

DVG

00

00

00000000

YUV Sub VM Gain (5~0)

97

DHS

00

00

00000000

YUV Sub E/W DC (5~0)

98

DRY

06

0B*

00001011

YUV R-Y Offset (3~0)

99

DBY

70

10*

00010000

YUV B-Y Offset (7~4)

9A

DYA

00

00

00000000

YUV APF (6)

9B

ECN

E0

E0

11100000

16:9 Sub Contrast (6~0)

9C

EBR

00

00

00000000

16:9 Sub Bright (6~0)

9D

ECL

00

00

00000000

16:9 Sub Color (6~0)

9E

ETN

00

00

00000000

16:9 Sub Tint (6~0)


16:9 Sub V Size (6~0)

9F

EVS

D4

D4

11010100

A0

EVP

00

00

00000000

16:9 Sub V Position (3~0)

A1

EEA

F8

F6*

11110110

16:9 Sub E/W Amp (5~0)

A2

EET

03

03

00000011

16:9 Sub E/W Tilt (5~0)

A3

EEP

FF

FF

11111111

16:9 Sub E/W Corner Top (3~0)

A4

EEB

00

00

00000000

16:9 Sub E/W Corner Bottom (7~4)

A5

EUV

00

00

00000000

16:9 Sub V Linearity (4~0)

A6

B16

00

00

00000000

16:9 ABL VTH Sw (5)

A7

EVB

A8

02

60*

01100000

16:9 V Blanking SW (6~5)

R40

R40

01000000

Red Drive Adjustment

(See Note 1.)

R40

R40

01000000

Blue Drive Adjustment

(See Note 1.)

Red Bias Adjustment

(See Note 2.)

Green Bias Adjustment

(See Note 2.)

Blue Bias Adjustment

(See Note 2.)

DRV

DRIVE AND BIAS ADJUSTMENTS

PROGRAM CODES

Note 1.
Red/Blue Drive Adjustments in Service Menu NO. A8 DRV:
Adjust Red and Blue Drive Levels alternately with 1, 3, 7,
and 9 keys on the remote control. See Figure 2. The Drive
Level adjustment data will be written in the Service Menu
No. 4C RD and 4E BD automatically.

The microprossesor used in this model is a multi-purpose


type and is used in several different models. To ensure
proper operation and the correct features for your particular model, the program codes must be correct.

RD()

(N/A)

RD(+)

(N/A)

(N/A)

(N/A)

BD()

(N/A)

BD(+)

Note 1. Option Data 1 (NO. 83 OPT) should be hexadecimal


A0 (10100000 binary). See page 4 INITIAL DATA SETUP,
step 23, for set up procedure. If this program code is wrong
the TV will not operate properly.

FOR RED DRIVE ADJUSTMENT


BIT

FOR BLUE DRIVE ADJUSTMENT

Figure 2.
Note 2.
Red/Green/Blue Bias Adjustments in Service Menu
A9 (No Vertical Sweep):
Adjust each Bias Level with 1, 3, 4, 6, 7, or 9 key on the
remote control. See Figure 3. The Bias Level adjustment
data will be written in the Service Menu No. 49 RB,
No. 4A GB, and No. 4B BB automatically.

1
RB()

(N/A)

RB(+)

GB()

(N/A)

GB(+)

BB()

(N/A)

BB(+)

FOR RED BIAS ADJUSTMENT

FUNCTION

DATA
0

0~1

TV / HOTEL / MON

N/A

N/A

VIDEO MODE

NONE

YES

3~4

CLOCK

N/A

N/A

ASPECT RATIO

NONE

YES

NOT USED

SURROUND

NONE

YES

Note 2. Option Data 2 (NO. 84 OP2) should be hexadecimal


20 (00100000 binary). See page 4 INITIAL DATA SETUP,
step 24, for set up procedure. If this program code is wrong
the TV will not operate properly.

FOR GREEN BIAS ADJUSTMENT

BIT
0

FOR BLUE BIAS ADJUSTMENT

Figure 3.

FUNCTION
V-GUIDE

DATA
0

NONE

YES

N/A

N/A
N/A

COLOR ENHANCER

INITIAL CH & XDS

N/A

NOT USED

PIP

N/A

N/A

COMPONENT

NONE

YES

BASS & TREBLE / TONE

N/A

N/A

GAME

N/A

N/A

SERVICE ADJUSTMENTS (Continued)


ANTENNA CONNECTIONS

VERTICAL CENTERING ADJUSTMENT

This receiver is designed for UHF/VHF reception. A 75 ohm


terminal is provided for UHF and VHF receptions. When
connecting a CATV antenna system, connect the 75 ohm
coaxial cable directly to the 75 ohm terminal. For 300 ohm
VHF antenna, use an adapter (not included with the TV set).

1. Tune receiver to an active channel.


2. Check that picture is in the center of TV screen. If picture
center is too low, change resistor R513 from 1K ohm 1W to
470 ohm 1W. If picture center is too high, add resistor R512
(1K ohm, 1/2W).

CIRCUIT PROTECTION

RF AGC ADJUSTMENT

Fuse F601 (4A) is included in the AC line. This fuse must be


replaced with the proper fuse (see Parts List).

1. Tune receiver to strongest VHF station in your area.


2. Set contrast and brightness controls for maximum.
3. Turn off the receiver and disconnect the AC power cord
(120V AC line).
4. While pressing the MENU key, reconnect the AC power
cord. The Service Menu display will now appear.
5. Select NO. 62 RAD (RF AGC Delay) with or key.
6. Adjust the data with + or key in the direction which
causes snow to appear; then in the opposite direction
until the snow just disappears.
7 . To turn off the Service Menu display, press the MENU key.

CAUTION

4A 125V

FOR CONTINUED PROTECTION AGAINST


A RISK OF FIRE, REPLACE ONLY WITH
THE SAME TYPE 4A, 125V FUSE.
ATTENTION : POUR MAINTENIR LA PROTECTION CONTRE LES RISQUES
D INCENDIE UTILISER UN FUSIBLE DE
RECHANGE DE MEME TYPE 4A, 125V.

+B VOLTAGE CHECK
Connect Voltmeter + lead to TJ1 130V and lead to ground
(TE7). Connect receiver to AC 120V line. Tune receiver to an
active channel. Reset the picture controls to the FACTORY
PRESET levels (press remote control RESET key twice).
Voltage must measure between +128.0V and +132.0V. If the
voltage is out of this range, the power circuit must be
checked. No +B adjustment is provided on this chassis.

HORIZONTAL CENTERING ADJUSTMENT


1. Tune receiver to an active channel.
2. Check that picture is in the horizontal center of TV screen.
If picture is not centered horizontally, perform steps 3 ~ 6.
3. Turn off the receiver and disconnect the AC power cord.
4. While pressing the MENU key, reconnect the AC power
cord. The Service Menu display will now appear.
5. Select NO. 41 HP (Horizontal Phase) with or key.
6. Adjust the data with + or key for horizontal center. To
turn off the Service Menu display, press the MENU key.

VIDEO LEVEL
1. Connect color-bar generator to antenna terminals.
2. Turn off the receiver and disconnect the AC power cord
(AC 120V line).
3. Connect oscilloscope to TP16 (Q132 emitter) and ground.
4. While pressing the Menu key, reconnect the AC power
cord. The Service Menu will now appear.
5. Select NO. 63 VL (Video Level) with the or key.
6. Adjust with the number keys (4~2) for an oscilloscope
reading of 1.0 0.1 VP-P at TP16. Press the MENU key to
turn off the Service Menu display.

1.0 0.1 VP-P

VERTICAL SIZE ADJUSTMENT


1. Tune receiver to an active channel.
2. Check the vertical size of the picture. If the vertical size is
too large or small, perform steps 3 ~ 6.
3. Turn off the receiver and disconnect the AC power cord.
4. While pressing the MENU key, reconnect the AC power
cord. The Service Menu display will now appear.
5. Select NO. 42 VS (Vertical Size) with or key.
6. Adjust the data with + or key for full scan. To turn off
the Service Menu display, press the MENU key.

Figure 4.

GRAYSCALE ADJUSTMENT

FOCUS ADJUSTMENT

1. Set the picture controls to the Auto levels or Reset (use


MENU key and or key or RESET key).
2. Turn off the receiver and disconnect the AC power cord
(120V AC line).
3. While pressing the MENU key, reconnect the AC power
cord. The Service Menu display will now appear.
4. Select NO. 49 RB (Red Bias), NO. 4A GB (Green Bias),
and NO. 4B BB (Blue Bias) with or key and set each
data to 0 with + or key.
5. Select NO. 4C RD (Red Drive) and NO. 4E BD (Blue Drive)
with or key and set each data to 40 with + or key.
6. Set NO. 4D GD (Green Drive Reduction) data to 08, NO. 3E
SB (Sub-Brightness) data to 18, NO. 3C SCO (Sub Color)
data to 15, NO. 3D STI (Sub Tint) to 05, and NO. 3F SSH
(Sub Sharpness) data to 00 with or , and + or keys.
7. Turn Screen Control (T402) to minimum (fully counterclockwise).
8. Select the Service Menu NO. A9 (No Vertical Sweep)
with or key.
9. Advance Screen Control (T402) clockwise to obtain just
visible one color line. If line does not appear, place this
control to maximum (fully clockwise).
10. Raise each Bias Level with 3, 6, and 9 keys to obtain just
visible white line. See Figure 5.

Adjust focus control (T402) for well defined scanning lines.

1
RB()

(N/A)

RB(+)

GB()

(N/A)

GB(+)

BB()

(N/A)

BB(+)

FOR GREEN BIAS ADJUSTMENT


FOR BLUE BIAS ADJUSTMENT

11. Select the Service Menu NO. A8 DRV (Drive Adjustments)


with or key.
12. Adjust Red and Blue Drive Levels alternately with 1, 3,
7, or 9 key to produce normal black and white picture in
highlight areas. See Figure 6.
1

(N/A)

RD(+)

(N/A)

(N/A)

(N/A)

BD()

(N/A)

BD(+)

Note: +B (+130V) Voltage Check and Grayscale Adjustment


must be completed before attempting high voltage
Check.
1. Connect high voltage voltmeter lead to ground, and
connect + lead to anode of picture tube.
2. Tune receiver to an active channel and confirm TV is
operating properly.
3. Eliminate the beam current by adjusting the contrast
and brightness controls to minimum.
4. Confirm high voltage is within 28.0 KV and 31.1 KV. If
reading is not within range, check horizontal circuit.
No high voltage adjustment is provided on this chassis.

BRIGHTNESS LEVEL ADJUSTMENT


Note: Grayscale, RF AGC, Video Level, and High Voltage Check
must be adjusted before attempting Brightness Level
Adjustment.
1.
2.
3.
4.

FOR RED BIAS ADJUSTMENT

Figure 5. Remote Control Number keys functions in


Service Menu NO. A9 (No Vertical Sweep)

RD()

HIGH VOLTAGE CHECK

5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.

Connect a color-bar generator to the antenna terminals.


Switch the generator to the crosshatch pattern.
Reset the picture controls to the Auto levels.
Connect voltmeter (high impedance) + lead to terminal
TP51 and lead to terminal TP50 on main board. Set
voltmeter for 1.5V ~ 3V range.
Turn off the receiver and disconnect the AC power cord.
While pressing the MENU key, reconnect the AC power
cord. The Service Menu display will now appear.
Select NO. 3E SB (Sub Brightness) with or key.
Adjust the data with + or key for 680mVDC.
Press the MENU key to turn off the Service Menu display.
Check brightness level on every active channel, readjust
(repeat steps 5 ~ 9), if necessary.

Note: Do not set to excessive brightness level, otherwise


the contrast level will be suppressed.

FOR RED DRIVE ADJUSTMENT

FOR BLUE DRIVE ADJUSTMENT

Figure 6. Remote Control Number keys functions in


Service Menu NO. A8 DRV
13. Check for proper grayscale at all brightness levels.
To turn off the Service Menu display, press the MENU key.
Note: If Grayscale Adjustment is made after picture tube
replacement, check Brightness Level Adjustment.

SERVICE ADJUSTMENTS (Continued)


HIGH VOLTAGE HOLD-DOWN TEST

SEPARATION ADJUSTMENT

Every time the receiver is serviced, the HIGH VOLTAGE


HOLD-DOWN circuit must be tested for proper operation by
following these steps:

7. Turn off the receiver and disconnect the AC power cord


(AC 120V line).
8. Connect oscilloscope CH1 to TP317 and CH2 to TP318
and ground.
9. Connect an MTS TV/Stereo generator to antenna terminal.
10. While pressing the Menu key, reconnect the AC power
cord. The Service Menu will now appear.
11. Select pilot, 300Hz audio frequency and Left modulating
signal.
12. Select NO. 81 WDB (Wide Band) with the or key.
13. Adjust the + or key for minimum low frequencies at
TP317. See Figure 7.
14. Select 4 KHz audio frequency and Right modulating signal.
15. Select NO. 82 SPC (Spectral) with the or key.
16. Adjust the + or key for minimum high frequencies at
TP318. See Figure 7.

1. Connect receiver to 120V AC line. Tune receiver to


active channel. Reset the picture controls to the Auto
levels.
2. Check that the voltage measured between TP7 and TE7
(ground side) is within 16.5 VDC to 21 VDC. If the voltage is out of this range, the Hold-Down Circuit must be
checked.
3. Connect a DC Voltage supply to TP7 and TE7 through a
100 ohm 1/4W resistor. Adjust the DC voltage to 23 VDC.
The receiver should shutdown, losing raster and sound.
Then the receiver should turn off automatically. This
reaction indicates that the Hold-Down circuit is functioning properly. If the receiver does not shutdown, a
malfunction is indicated and its cause must be found
and corrected.
4. To obtain picture again, remove the DC Supply and wait
a few minutes. Now turn on the receiver.

Repeat adjustments (steps 1116) until no further decreases


in amplitude can be obtained. Press the MENU key to turn
off the Service Menu display.

MULTI-SOUND SECTION ADJUSTMENTS

Minimize L leakage

Note: Multi-Sound Section must be adjusted after


IC801 (CPU / Signal Processor), IC3401 (MTS
Decoder), or IC802 (EEPROM) is replaced.

TP317 (R)
300Hz
Minimize R leakage

INPUT LEVEL ADJUSTMENT


1. Connect a signal to the antenna terminals with audio of
1 KHZ 100% modulation.
2. Turn off the receiver and disconnect the AC power cord
(AC 120V line).
3. Connect voltmeter (RMS) to TP317 and ground.
4. While pressing the Menu key, reconnect the AC power
cord. The Service Menu will now appear.
5. Select NO. 80 ATT (Attenuation) with the or key.
6. Adjust the + or key for a voltmeter reading of 400 20
mVrms at TP317.

10

TP318 (L)
4KHz

Figure 7. Separation Adjustments

SERVICE HINTS
POWER FAILURE DETECTOR
This unit is equipped with a Power Failure Detector function included in the CPU which checks for an abnormal condition in
the chassis power supplies, including the power supply derived from the Horizontal Output Transformer.
If, while the power is on, a failure is caused by any of the following that results in a low voltage supply, the CPU will turn the
unit off in 1.5 seconds to prevent further damage:

Failure within the power supply circuits.


A short circuit in the load side from the supply.
Stoppage of the Horizontal Output Oscillator caused by the X Radiation protection Hold-Down Circuit.
If, while the power is off, the power is switched on and any of these failures remains uncorrected, the CPU will shut off the
power within three seconds.
Check the following if the unit is turned off by the power failure detector.
1. Disconnect the AC power cord (120V AC line) for at least 10 seconds.
2. Connect a DC Voltmeter to the following TEST POINTS.

TJ6
D002 Cathode
D429 Cathode
D806 Cathode

5V
15V
5V
30V

3. Press the Power key and check for the proper voltage supplies.
4. If any of these voltages is low, the power failure detector should turn the unit off within three seconds.
5. Check all circuits listed above.
Note: This unit is equipped with a Power Surge Protection feature included in the CPU. If power failure occurs three times
within 15 minutes, the CPU will automatically stop functioning to help prevent secondary damage. (TV will not turn on
by pressing the power key.) To reset the operating programs within the CPU, disconnect the AC power cord for at least
10 seconds.

11

MECHANICAL DISASSEMBLIES
CABINET BACK REMOVAL

CHASSIS REMOVAL

1. Refer to Figure 1, remove 8 screws.


2. Pull off cabinet back and remove.

1. Remove cabinet back.


2. Discharge the picture tube anode (2nd anode lead) to the
dag coating (picture tube grounding lead).
3. Disconnect degaussing coil socket (KD), picture tube
socket, deflection yoke connector (KX), speaker
connector (KSP), picture tube ground leads, and 2nd
anode lead.
4. Remove chassis completely by sliding it straight back.

PICTURE TUBE REMOVAL


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

AV2 INPUT

R
AUDIO
L

S-VIDEO
(MONO)

1. Remove chassis, see Chassis Removal instructions.


2. Place cabinets front face down on a soft surface.
3. Remove the screw on each corner of the picture tube and
GENTLY lift the picture tube out of the cabinet.
4. Install a replacement picture tube in reverse order.
Properly install the degaussing coil and picture tube
grounding lead on the picture tube. See Figure 2.

UHF / VHF / CATV


75

VIDEO

Figure 1. Cabinet Back Removal

Note: If Picture Tube is being replaced, mount the Degaussing


Coil properly on the tube. See Figure 2.
DEGAUSSING
COIL

DEGAUSSING
COIL HOLDER
DEGAUSSING
COIL HOLDER

TO PICTURE TUBE
SOCKET BOARD
GROUND

DEGAUSSING
COIL SOCKET
PICTURE-TUBE
GROUNDING LEAD

Figure 2. Picture Tube Removal

12

CHASSIS ELECTRICAL PARTS LIST


CAUTION: To Protect against electrical shock and for continued product safety, refer to SAFETY PRECAUTIONS,
X-RADIATION PRECAUTIONS, HIGH VOLTAGE HOLD-DOWN TEST, and PRODUCT SAFETY NOTICE on Page 2.

PRODUCT SAFETY NOTICE


PRODUCT SAFETY SHOULD BE CONSIDERED WHEN A REPLACEMENT IS MADE IN ANY AREA OF A RECEIVER.
COMPONENTS INDICATED BY A STAR () IN THIS PARTS LIST AND THE SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM DESIGNATE
COMPONENTS IN WHICH SAFETY CAN BE OF SPECIAL SIGNIFICANCE. IT IS PARTICULARLY RECOMMENDED
THAT ONLY PARTS DESIGNATED ON THE FOLLOWING PARTS LIST BE USED FOR COMPONENT REPLACEMENT
DESIGNATED BY A STAR. NO DEVIATIONS FROM RESISTANCE, WATTAGE, AND VOLTAGE RATINGS MAY BE MADE
FOR REPLACEMENT ITEMS DESIGNATED BY A STAR.
Notes: Parts having Location Number are located on the following boards.
Numbers under 700 Series . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .On the Main Board.
Numbers 700 Series . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .On the Picture Tube Socket Board.
Numbers 900 Series . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Out of Board.
All Other Numbers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .On the Main Board
Note: Schematic part location numbers may not always match with the part descriptions.
The part descriptions are correct and should be used.
Schematic
Location

Part No.

Schematic
Location

Description

CAPACITORS
NOTES:
Read description of the Capacitor as follows:
(Example)
CERAMIC

100P

50V

Rated Voltage
Tolerance Symbols:
less than 10PF
A . .Not specified
B . .0.1PF
C . .0.25PF
D . .0.5PF
F . .1PF
G . .2PF
R . .+0.25 - 0PF
S . .+0 - 0.25PF E . .+0 - 1PF
more than 10PF
A . .Not specified
B . .0.1%
C . .0.25%
D . .0.5%
F . .1%
G . .2%
H . .3%
J . .5%
K . .10%
L . .15%
M . .20%
N . .30%
P . .+100 - 0%
Q . .+30 - 10% T . .+50 - 10%
U . .+75 - 10% V . .+20 - 10%
W .+100 - 10% X . .+40 - 20%
Y . .+150 - 10% Z . .+80 - 20%
Rated Value: P...Pico Farad U...Micro Farad
Material:
CERAMIC . . . . . .Ceramic
MT-PAPER . . . . .Metalized Paper
POLYESTER . . .Polyester
MT-POLYEST . .Metalized Polyester
POLYPRO . . . . .Polypropylene
MT-POLYPRO . .Metalized Polypropylene
COMPO-FILM . .Composite Film
MT-COMPO . . . .Metalized Composite
STYRENE . . . . . .Styrene
TA-SOLID . . . . .Tantalum Solid
AL-SOLID . . . . . .Aluminum Solid
ELECT . . . . . . . .Electrolytic
NP-ELECT . . . . .Non-Polarized Electrolytic
OS-SOLID . . . . .Aluminum Solid with Organic
Semiconductive Electrolytic

13

C001
C002
C003
C004
C006
C010
C011
C012
C015
C101
C103
C106
C131
C132
C133
C134
C137
C138
C140
C141
C142
C143
C144
C147
C148
C201
C202
C203
C204
C206
C207
C208
C209
C211
C212
C213
C214

Part No.

404 084 3801


404 084 3801
403 235 5701
403 235 5701
403 224 6108
404 084 3009
404 084 3009
404 088 5702
404 084 3108
404 091 6406
403 224 6108
404 084 4105
403 364 7508
403 343 4603
401 150 6001
404 084 3801
403 224 5705
403 224 6108
403 235 1208
404 086 6503
403 296 0004
404 084 3207
403 224 6108
403 224 6108
404 084 2200
404 084 2804
403 224 6108
404 084 2705
404 084 4105
404 084 2705
403 224 6108
401 150 6001
403 323 3602
404 084 3702
404 091 6604
404 091 6604
404 084 4006

Description

ELECT
ELECT
CERAMIC
CERAMIC
CERAMIC
ELECT
ELECT
ELECT
ELECT
ELECT
CERAMIC
ELECT
CERAMIC
CERAMIC
MT-GLAZE
ELECT
CERAMIC
CERAMIC
CERAMIC
POLYESTER
CERAMIC
ELECT
CERAMIC
CERAMIC
ELECT
ELECT
CERAMIC
ELECT
ELECT
ELECT
CERAMIC
MT-GLAZE
CERAMIC
ELECT
ELECT
ELECT
ELECT

1U M 50V
1U M 50V
5600P K 50V
5600P K 50V
0.01U K 50V
220U M 16V
220U M 16V
22U M 16V
330U M 16V
220U M 6.3V
0.01U K 50V
3.3U M 50V
10P J 50V
0.022U K 50V
0.000 ZA 1/10W
1U M 50V
1000P K 50V
0.01U K 50V
330P J 50V
0.047U J 63V
0.1U K 25V
47U M 16V
0.01U K 50V
0.01U K 50V
100U M 6.3V
100U M 16V
0.01U K 50V
10U M 16V
3.3U M 50V
10U M 16V
0.01U K 50V
0.000 ZA 1/10W
0.047U K 50V
0.47U M 50V
4.7U M 25V
4.7U M 25V
2.2U M 50V

Schematic
Location

C216
C401
C402
C403
C404
C406
C407
C408
C411
C416

C421
C427
C471
C473
C482
C484
C489
C493
C497
C501
C502
C503
C504
C506
C508
C511
C516
C518
C601
C606
C608

C609
C612
C613
C614
C622
C625
C626
C628
C629
C630
C631
C632
C683
C693
C701
C702

Part No.

403 224 6108


404 087 1903
403 224 6108
404 084 6901
403 235 5800
403 075 7101
403 076 3102
404 085 4609
403 343 7901
404 077 4402
403 346 7126
403 372 6807
403 392 8508
404 091 6406
403 224 6108
404 084 3306
403 256 0808
404 084 5706
404 087 4102
404 084 4204
404 084 3009
404 056 5307
404 084 3207
404 084 4501
404 084 4402
403 276 0208
404 085 4500
404 089 5909
403 028 1705
403 237 7901
403 394 8407
404 084 3900
404 084 5706
404 096 0706
404 088 2909
404 088 7102
403 222 1303
403 262 1806
403 271 9602
404 049 4706
404 085 9000
404 090 9002
404 086 6800
404 084 5003
404 087 3402
403 262 2308
403 266 4902
404 084 2903
404 073 9005
404 091 9704
404 084 3009
404 084 3801
404 088 2909
404 088 7102
404 088 2909
404 088 7102
404 088 5702
404 086 5100
403 235 1109
403 069 8305

Schematic
Location

Description

CERAMIC
ELECT
CERAMIC
NP-ELECT
CERAMIC
CERAMIC
CERAMIC
ELECT
MT-POLYPRO
MT-POLYPRO
MT-POLYPRO
MT-POLYPRO
MT-POLYPRO
ELECT
CERAMIC
ELECT
MT-COMPO
MT-POLYEST
ELECT
ELECT
ELECT
NP-ELECT
ELECT
ELECT
ELECT
ELECT
ELECT
POLYESTER
CERAMIC
MT-COMPO
POLYESTER
ELECT
MT-POLYEST
MT-POLYEST
CERAMIC
CERAMIC
CERAMIC
CERAMIC
CERAMIC
ELECT
ELECT
POLYESTER
POLYESTER
POLYESTER
ELECT
CERAMIC
CERAMIC
ELECT
ELECT
ELECT
ELECT
ELECT
CERAMIC
CERAMIC
CERAMIC
CERAMIC
ELECT
POLYESTER
CERAMIC
CERAMIC

0.01U K
330U M
0.01U K
1U M
6800P K
1000P K
3900P K
47U M
7200P H
7200P H
0.27U J
0.27U J
0.27U J
220U M
0.01U K
470U M
0.47U J
0.47U J
22U M
4.7U M
220U M
2.2U M
47U M
470U M
220U M
2.2U K
2200U M
5600P K
56P J
0.22U J
0.22U K
10U M
0.47U J
0.22U M
1000P M
1000P M
1000P K
1000P K
1000P K
330U M
330U M
3300P J
6800P J
0.01U J
1000U M
1200P K
1200P K
1000U M
220U M
220U M
220U M
1U M
1000P M
1000P M
1000P M
1000P M
22U M
0.1U J
270P J
0.01U Z

50V
10V
50V
50V
50V
500V
500V
35V
1.5KV
1.5K
250V
250V
250V
6.3V
50V
16V
50V
63V
100V
50V
16V
100V
16V
35V
35V
50V
25V
63V
50V
50V
50V
50V
63V
275V
250V
250V
1K
1K
1K
200V
200V
63V
63V
63V
35V
1K
1K
16V
160V
160V
16V
50V
250V
250V
250V
250V
16V
63V
50V
50V

C711
C721
C742
C801
C802
C806
C811
C829
C862
C863
C864
C866
C868
C869
C1004
C1006
C1007
C1051
C1052
C1059
C1101
C1102
C1103
C1902
C3401
C3404
C3406
C3407
C3408
C3411
C3412
C3413
C3414
C3416
C3417
C3418
C3421
C3422
C3423
C3424
C3426
C3427
C3431
C3432
C3433
C3434
C3436
C3439

Part No.

403 235 1109


403 235 1109
403 077 2807
403 224 6108
404 084 3207
404 091 6406
404 084 3801
404 084 3801
403 234 9809
403 234 9809
403 224 6108
404 084 3207
403 358 0102
404 084 4006
404 084 4006
404 091 6604
404 091 6604
404 088 5702
403 296 0004
404 084 2705
404 084 4006
404 091 6604
404 091 6604
404 084 2705
404 087 1200
404 089 6500
403 325 2504
403 235 5701
404 084 3702
404 084 3702
404 084 3207
404 091 6604
404 084 2804
404 089 6500
404 091 6604
404 089 6500
403 224 5606
403 323 3602
403 342 9203
404 089 6500
403 299 1820
404 084 3801
403 224 6009
404 087 1200
403 224 6009
403 343 4603
404 089 6500
404 089 6500

Description

CERAMIC
CERAMIC
CERAMIC
CERAMIC
ELECT
ELECT
ELECT
ELECT
CERAMIC
CERAMIC
CERAMIC
ELECT
CERAMIC
ELECT
ELECT
ELECT
ELECT
ELECT
CERAMIC
ELECT
ELECT
ELECT
ELECT
ELECT
ELECT
NP-ELECT
CERAMIC
CERAMIC
ELECT
ELECT
ELECT
ELECT
ELECT
NP-ELECT
ELECT
NP-ELECT
CERAMIC
CERAMIC
TA-SOLID
NP-ELECT
TA-SOLID
ELECT
CERAMIC
ELECT
CERAMIC
CERAMIC
NP-ELECT
NP-ELECT

270P J
270P J
1000P Z
0.01U K
47U M
220U M
1U M
1U M
18P J
18P J
0.01U K
47U M
0.033U K
2.2U M
2.2U M
4.7U M
4.7U M
22U M
0.1U K
10U M
2.2U M
4.7U M
4.7U M
10U M
0.1U M
4.7U M
0.012U K
5600P K
0.47U M
0.47U M
47U M
4.7U M
100U M
4.7U M
4.7U M
4.7U M
2700P K
0.047U K
3.3U K
4.7U M
10U K
1U M
4700P K
0.1U M
4700P K
0.022U K
4.7U M
4.7U M

50V
50V
2K
50V
16V
6.3V
50V
50V
50V
50V
50V
16V
50V
50V
50V
25V
25V
16V
25V
16V
50V
25V
25V
16V
50V
50V
50V
50V
50V
50V
16V
25V
16V
50V
25V
50V
50V
50V
10V
50V
10V
50V
50V
50V
50V
50V
50V
50V

DIODES
D002

D101
D351
D408
D421
D422

14

407 013 4306


407 013 7109
408 008 2406
408 047 6205
408 047 6502
407 222 4401
407 158 1307
407 158 1307

DIODE 1S2076A
DIODE 1S2473
DIODE 1N4148
ZENER DIODE MTZJ36A (36V)
ZENER DIODE MTZJ5.1A (5.1V)
ZENER DIODE 1Z150 (150V)
ZENER DIODE HZ11B2L (11V)
ZENER DIODE HZ11B2L (11V)

Schematic
Location

D428
D429

D471
D472

D481

D482
D486
D487

D490
D501

D502
D601

D602

D603

D604

D612
D613
D614
D623

D624
D625
D680

D683

D693
D699
D801

Part No.

407 054 5904


407 099 7109
407 013 4306
407 013 7109
408 008 2406
407 006 4108
407 007 7603
407 005 7308
407 005 8602
407 088 6502
407 007 6606
407 124 5506
407 124 6404
407 011 4407
407 054 0008
407 099 6102
407 005 8602
407 011 3004
407 088 6502
408 009 9404
408 047 7707
407 005 7308
407 005 8602
407 088 6502
407 118 2207
407 005 7605
407 013 3200
408 008 8606
407 005 7605
407 013 3200
408 008 8606
407 005 7605
407 013 3200
408 008 8606
407 005 7605
407 013 3200
408 008 8606
407 218 0707
407 231 2801
407 057 9800
407 063 9702
407 006 0100
407 007 6606
407 124 5506
407 124 6404
407 106 2806
407 129 7000
407 211 5808
407 013 4306
407 013 7109
408 008 2406
407 013 4306
407 013 7109
408 008 2406
407 099 5600
407 006 0100
407 013 4306
407 013 7109
408 008 2406

Description

ZENER DIODE RD15EB3 (15V)


ZENER DIODE MTZJ15C (15V)
DIODE 1S2076A
DIODE 1S2473
DIODE 1N4148
DIODE ERB44-04
DIODE EU2
DIODE EM01Z
DIODE ERA15-02
DIODE MPG06D
DIODE ES1
DIODE RMPG06G
DIODE ERA18-04
DIODE TVR1G
ZENER DIODE RD10EB2 (10V)
ZENER DIODE MTZJ10B (10V)
DIODE ERA15-02
DIODE S5277B
DIODE MPG06D
DIODE 1N4002ID
ZENER DIODE MTZJ5.6C (5.6V)
DIODE EM01Z
DIODE ERA15-02
DIODE MPG06D
ZENER DIODE 1Z75 (75V)
DIODE EM2B
DIODE 1S1887A
DIODE GP15G
DIODE EM2B
DIODE 1S1887A
DIODE GP15G
DIODE EM2B
DIODE 1S1887A
DIODE GP15G
DIODE EM2B
DIODE 1S1887A
DIODE GP15G
PC TLP421(BL)
PHOTO COUPLE PC123YC2
ZENER DIODE RD9.1EB3 (9.1V)
ZENER DIODE MTZJ9.1C (9.1V)
DIODE ERA91-02
DIODE ES1
DIODE RMPG06G
DIODE ERA18-04
DIODE RU3YX
DIODE RU4AM LF-L1
DIODE FE201-6L43
DIODE 1S2076A
DIODE 1S2473
DIODE 1N4148
DIODE 1S2076A
DIODE 1S2473
DIODE 1N4148
ZENER DIODE MTZJ6.8A (6.8V)
DIODE ERA91-02
DIODE 1S2076A
DIODE 1S2473
DIODE 1N4148

Schematic
Location

D806

D831
D834
D836

D843

D1051
D1052
D1059
D1901

Part No.

407 013 4306


407 013 7109
408 008 2406
407 222 5903
408 047 4706
407 013 4306
407 013 7109
408 008 2406
407 013 4306
407 013 7109
408 008 2406
408 047 2306
408 047 2306
407 206 5608
408 047 9206

Description

DIODE 1S2076A
DIODE 1S2473
DIODE 1N4148
ZD UDZS-TE-173.6B (3.6V)
ZENER DIODE MTZJ15B (15V)
DIODE 1S2076A
DIODE 1S2473
DIODE 1N4148
DIODE 1S2076A
DIODE 1S2473
DIODE 1N4148
ZENER DIODE MTZJ10B (10V)
ZENER DIODE MTZJ10B (10V)
ZENER DIODE UDZS10B (10V)
ZENER DIODE MTZJ7.5C (7.5V)

INTEGRATED CIRCUITS
IC001
IC501
IC601
IC681
IC801
IC802

IC1001
IC3401

409 275 7903


409 340 1904
409 172 8102
409 528 6202
410 497 4106
409 333 3700
409 376 1503
409 440 8902
409 495 6908
409 528 8404
409 424 4906
409 467 1108

IC LA4525
IC LA7841
IC SE130NH
IC PQ050ES1MXP
IC LA76950
IC 24LC02B/P
IC ST24C02B6
IC M24C02-BN6
IC CAT24WC02P
IC S524A40X21-DCB0
IC NJM2533M
IC CXA2134Q-T6

COILS
LF601
L143
L602
L623
L625
L627
L701
L801
L811
L812
L901
L1901

15

645 012 0589


645 052 6862
610 031 3873
645 016 2534
645 005 0763
610 078 5946
652 000 1725
610 078 5946
652 000 1725
645 005 0763
610 029 8484
645 008 0012
645 008 2894
645 016 3104
645 006 2490
645 016 2411
645 006 2490
645 016 2411
645 060 9596
645 008 2894
645 016 3104

LINE FILTER
LINE FILTER
INDUCTOR, 10U K
INDUCTOR, 10U K
CORE, PIPE
PIPE CORE
CORE, PIPE
PIPE CORE
CORE, PIPE
CORE, PIPE
PEAKING COIL 330UH K
INDUCTOR, 330U K
INDUCTOR, 5.6U K
INDUCTOR, 5.6U K
INDUCTOR, 1U K
INDUCTOR, 1U K
INDUCTOR, 1U K
INDUCTOR, 1U K
DEGAUSSING COIL
INDUCTOR, 5.6U K
INDUCTOR, 5.6U K

Schematic
Location

Part No.

Schematic
Location

Description

TRANSISTORS
Q001

Q005
Q131

Q132

Q401
Q402
Q486
Q490
Q601
Q613
Q627

Q681

405 011 8401


405 011 8500
405 011 8609
405 012 2002
405 012 2101
405 012 2309
405 020 7501
405 020 7709
405 020 7907
405 151 8705
405 157 0505
405 008 4805
405 008 4904
405 011 8401
405 011 8500
405 011 8609
405 012 2002
405 012 2101
405 012 2309
405 020 7501
405 020 7709
405 020 7907
405 151 8705
405 157 0505
405 001 7407
405 001 7605
405 004 3109
405 004 3208
405 006 1707
405 006 1806
405 151 3304
406 000 6804
405 018 0507
405 018 0606
406 017 4602
405 023 5009
405 023 5306
405 023 5009
405 023 5306
405 148 1801
405 016 9502
405 009 6907
405 009 7003
405 089 0000
405 089 0109
405 011 8401
405 011 8500
405 011 8609
405 012 2002
405 012 2101
405 012 2309
405 020 7501
405 020 7709
405 020 7907
405 151 8705
405 157 0505

Q693

TR 2SC1740S-Q
TR 2SC1740S-R
TR 2SC1740S-S
TR 2SC1815-GR
TR 2SC1815-O
TR 2SC1815-Y
TR 2SC945A-PA
TR 2SC945A-QA
TR 2SC945A-RA
TR 2SC536NG-NPA
TR 2SC536NF-NPA
TR 2SB764-E
TR 2SB764-F
TR 2SC1740S-Q
TR 2SC1740S-R
TR 2SC1740S-S
TR 2SC1815-GR
TR 2SC1815-O
TR 2SC1815-Y
TR 2SC945A-PA
TR 2SC945A-QA
TR 2SC945A-RA
TR 2SC536NG-NPA
TR 2SC536NF-NPA
TR 2SA1015-O(SAN)
TR 2SA1015-Y(SAN)
TR 2SA564A-Q(CU)
TR 2SA564A-R(CU)
TR 2SA933S-Q
TR 2SA933S-R
TR 2SA608NF-NPA
TR 2SA1015-GR(SAN)
TR 2SC3332-R
TR 2SC3332-S
TR TT2168LS-YB11
TR 2SD400-E-MP
TR 2SD400-F-MP
TR 2SD400-E-MP
TR 2SD400-F-MP
TR 2SK2638
TR 2SC3069
TR 2SB985-S
TR 2SB985-T
TR 2SA1707-S
TR 2SA1707-T
TR 2SC1740S-Q
TR 2SC1740S-R
TR 2SC1740S-S
TR 2SC1815-GR
TR 2SC1815-O
TR 2SC1815-Y
TR 2SC945A-PA
TR 2SC945A-QA
TR 2SC945A-RA
TR 2SC536NG-NPA
TR 2SC536NF-NPA

Q695

Q701

Q711

Q721

Q831

16

Part No.

405 011 8401


405 011 8500
405 011 8609
405 012 2002
405 012 2101
405 012 2309
405 020 7501
405 020 7709
405 020 7907
405 151 8705
405 157 0505
405 001 7605
405 004 3208
405 004 4809
405 041 6507
405 041 6705
405 066 4304
405 066 9903
405 067 0008
405 067 0107
406 000 3605
405 041 6507
405 041 6705
405 066 4304
405 066 9903
405 067 0008
405 067 0107
406 000 3605
405 041 6507
405 041 6705
405 066 4304
405 066 9903
405 067 0008
405 067 0107
406 000 3605
405 002 0308
405 002 0407
405 002 6726
405 002 6924
405 134 5925
405 147 2205
405 163 1503
405 163 2708
405 173 9605
405 173 9704

Description

TR 2SC1740S-Q
TR 2SC1740S-R
TR 2SC1740S-S
TR 2SC1815-GR
TR 2SC1815-O
TR 2SC1815-Y
TR 2SC945A-PA
TR 2SC945A-QA
TR 2SC945A-RA
TR 2SC536NG-NPA
TR 2SC536NF-NPA
TR 2SA1015-Y(SAN)
TR 2SA564A-R(CU)
TR 2SA608-F-CTV-NP
TR 2SC2621-D-RA
TR 2SC2621-E-RA
TR 2SC2621-C-RA
TR 2SC2688(1)-K
TR 2SC2688(1)-L
TR 2SC2688(1)-M
TR 2SC3620(LB-SAN-1)
TR 2SC2621-D-RA
TR 2SC2621-E-RA
TR 2SC2621-C-RA
TR 2SC2688(1)-K
TR 2SC2688(1)-L
TR 2SC2688(1)-M
TR 2SC3620(LB-SAN-1)
TR 2SC2621-D-RA
TR 2SC2621-E-RA
TR 2SC2621-C-RA
TR 2SC2688(1)-K
TR 2SC2688(1)-L
TR 2SC2688(1)-M
TR 2SC3620(LB-SAN-1)
TR 2SA1037K-T-96-R
TR 2SA1037K-T-96-S
TR 2SA1179-M6
TR 2SA1179-M7-TB
TR 2SA1037AK T146 R
TR 2SA1037AK T146 S
TR 2SA1179N-M6-TB
TR 2SA1179N-M7-TB
TR 2SA1235A1E
TR 2SA1235A1F

Schematic
Location

Part No.

Schematic
Location

Description

RESISTORS
NOTES:
Read description of the Resistor as follows:
(Example)

CARBON

4.7K J A

1/4W
Rated Wattage
Performance Symbols:
A..General B...Non-flammable
Z...Low noise
Other...Temperature coefficient

Tolerance Symbols:
A...0.05% B...0.1% C...0.25%
D...0.5% F...1% G...2%
J...5%
K...10% M...20%
P...+5 -15%
Rated Value, ohms:
K...1,000
M...1,000,000
Material:
CARBON . . . . . . . .Carbon
MT-FILM . . . . . . . .Metal Film
OXIDE-MT . . . . . .Oxide Metal Film
SOLID . . . . . . . . . .Composition
MT-GLAZE . . . . . .Metal Glaze
WIRE WOUND . . .Wire Wound
CERAMIC RES . . .Ceramic
FUSIBLE RES . . . .Fusible
R001
R002
R003
R004
R005
R006
R013
R106
R107
R128
R131
R132
R133
R134
R135
R136
R137
R138
R139
R141
R142
R143
R144
R201
R202
R203
R204
R206
R207
R208
R209

401 256 0101


401 256 0101
401 162 2800
401 162 2800
401 150 5905
401 014 4105
401 027 2600
401 008 2001
401 012 7009
401 255 6005
401 162 3401
401 255 6500
401 150 6209
401 255 6401
401 150 6001
401 256 3805
401 256 6301
401 256 6301
401 162 3609
401 162 4002
401 256 1702
401 150 6209
401 150 6001
401 162 4101
401 150 5905
401 027 5502
401 027 2105
401 162 3005
401 162 3005
401 256 6905
401 256 7100

MT-GLAZE
MT-GLAZE
MT-GLAZE
MT-GLAZE
MT-GLAZE
CARBON
CARBON
CARBON
CARBON
MT-GLAZE
MT-GLAZE
MT-GLAZE
MT-GLAZE
MT-GLAZE
MT-GLAZE
MT-GLAZE
MT-GLAZE
MT-GLAZE
MT-GLAZE
MT-GLAZE
MT-GLAZE
MT-GLAZE
MT-GLAZE
MT-GLAZE
MT-GLAZE
CARBON
CARBON
MT-GLAZE
MT-GLAZE
MT-GLAZE
MT-GLAZE

8.2K JA
8.2K JA
1.8K JA
1.8K JA
10K JA
1.5K JA
5.6K JA
18K JA
10K JA
1M JA
39K JA
100 JA
1K JA
3K JA
0.000 ZA
1.5K JA
47K JA
47K JA
470 JA
560 JA
33K JA
1K JA
0.000 ZA
5.6K JA
10K JA
6.8K JA
56 JA
22K JA
22K JA
680 JA
680K JA

1/10W
1/10W
1/10W
1/10W
1/10W
1/4W
1/6W
1/2W
1/4W
1/10W
1/10W
1/10W
1/10W
1/10W
1/10W
1/10W
1/10W
1/10W
1/10W
1/10W
1/10W
1/10W
1/10W
1/10W
1/10W
1/6W
1/6W
1/10W
1/10W
1/10W
1/10W

R276
R281
R287
R288
R289
R353
R405
R406
R411
R412
R413
R414
R417
R421
R422
R423
R426
R428
R471
R472
R481
R482
R485
R486
R487
R488
R489
R491
R492
R493
R494
R495
R497
R499
R503
R504
R505
R506
R507
R508
R509
R511A
R517
R518
R601
R602

R603
R604
R605
R607A
R608
R609
R610
R611
R612
R613
R616

17

Part No.

401 024 9701


401 150 5905
401 255 6500
401 255 6500
401 255 6500
401 024 7400
401 061 6404
401 007 1104
401 053 3206
401 007 4204
401 162 4101
401 024 6700
402 080 3702
401 086 5802
401 052 6802
401 053 2605
401 027 5205
401 025 1902
401 006 7701
401 067 3100
401 010 2600
401 011 9004
401 025 4606
401 065 1801
401 026 6609
401 059 1602
401 066 5204
401 012 5708
401 156 8504
401 019 4001
401 019 4001
401 061 5308
401 068 1600
401 026 6609
401 026 7002
401 027 5502
401 008 4401
401 027 2303
401 006 7602
401 025 4606
401 027 5502
401 065 2808
401 025 4606
401 256 7308
402 083 6106
402 000 1603
402 088 1502
402 090 2108
401 021 5003
401 066 3002
401 021 5003
402 059 4600
401 150 6001
401 150 6100
401 012 5708
401 027 0309
402 001 8502
401 064 1802
401 150 5905

Description

CARBON
MT-GLAZE
MT-GLAZE
MT-GLAZE
MT-GLAZE
CARBON
OXIDE-MT
CARBON
MT-FILM
CARBON
MT-GLAZE
CARBON
OXIDE-MT
MT-FILM
MT-FILM
MT-FILM
CARBON
CARBON
CARBON
OXIDE-MT
CARBON
CARBON
CARBON
OXIDE-MT
CARBON
OXIDE-MT
OXIDE-MT
CARBON
MT-FILM
CARBON
CARBON
OXIDE-MT
OXIDE-MT
CARBON
CARBON
CARBON
CARBON
CARBON
CARBON
CARBON
CARBON
OXIDE-MT
CARBON
MT-GLAZE
WIRE WOUND
SOLID
RESISTER
RESISTER
CARBON
OXIDE-MT
CARBON
FUSIBLE RES
MT-GLAZE
MT-GLAZE
CARBON
CARBON
FUSIBLE RES
OXIDE-MT
MT-GLAZE

12K JA
10K JA
100 JA
100 JA
100 JA
10K JA
390 JA
1K JA
4.7K FA
120 JA
5.6K JA
100 JA
6.8 JB
2.7K FA
10K FA
3.3K FA
680 JA
15K JA
1 JB
3.9 JA
47 JB
1 JB
18K JA
12 JA
390 JA
15 JA
22 JA
1K JA
33K FA
390K JA
390K JA
39 JA
4.7 JA
390 JA
3.9K JA
6.8K JA
2.7 JA
560 JA
1 JA
18K JA
6.8K JA
120 JA
18K JA
6.8K JA
1 KA
3.3M MA
3.3M JA
3.3M JA
560K JA
2.2 JA
560K JA
22 J0.000 ZA
2.2K JA
1K JA
47K JA
10 J0.39 JA
10K JA

1/6W
1/10W
1/10W
1/10W
1/10W
1/6W
1W
1/2W
1/6W
1/2W
1/10W
1/6W
7W
1/6W
1/6W
1/6W
1/6W
1/6W
1/2W
2W
1/2W
1/4W
1/6W
2W
1/6W
1W
2W
1/4W
1/6W
1/4W
1/4W
1W
2W
1/6W
1/6W
1/6W
1/2W
1/6W
1/2W
1/6W
1/6W
2W
1/6W
1/10W
7W
1/2W
1/2W
1/2W
1/4W
2W
1/4W
1/2W
1/10W
1/10W
1/4W
1/6W
1/2W
2W
1/10W

Schematic
Location

R617
R618
R619
R627
R628
R630
R683
R692
R693
R694
R695
R699
R701
R703
R704
R706
R707
R711
R713
R714
R716
R717
R721
R723
R724
R726
R727
R802
R803
R804
R806
R807
R808
R809
R810
R813
R814
R816
R831
R833
R856
R857
R861
R862
R863
R864
R866
R867
R868
R881
R882
R883
R884
R1008
R1009
R1011
R1012
R1013
R1051
R1052

Part No.

402 092 2007


401 020 0801
401 162 3005
401 150 5905
401 013 5301
401 018 2909
401 162 3708
401 025 4903
401 256 5106
401 024 7400
401 162 3005
401 024 7400
401 025 7409
401 162 2404
401 027 8107
401 009 1508
401 065 4604
401 025 7409
401 162 2404
401 255 9006
401 009 1508
401 065 4604
401 025 7409
401 162 2404
401 027 8107
401 009 1508
401 065 4604
401 162 3005
401 162 3005
401 024 7400
401 162 3708
401 150 5905
401 150 5905
401 162 3708
401 024 7400
401 150 5905
401 150 5905
401 152 3206
401 150 5806
401 024 7400
401 024 6700
401 024 6700
401 026 7408
401 256 5809
401 024 6700
401 256 0200
401 255 6500
401 255 6005
401 026 1000
401 255 6500
401 255 6500
401 024 6700
401 024 6700
401 256 2709
401 255 6500
401 256 1405
401 255 6500
401 256 1405
401 256 2709
401 256 2709

Schematic
Location

Description

FUSIBLE RES
CARBON
MT-GLAZE
MT-GLAZE
CARBON
CARBON
MT-GLAZE
CARBON
MT-GLAZE
CARBON
MT-GLAZE
CARBON
CARBON
MT-GLAZE
CARBON
CARBON
OXIDE-MT
CARBON
MT-GLAZE
MT-GLAZE
CARBON
OXIDE-MT
CARBON
MT-GLAZE
CARBON
CARBON
OXIDE-MT
MT-GLAZE
MT-GLAZE
CARBON
MT-GLAZE
MT-GLAZE
MT-GLAZE
MT-GLAZE
CARBON
MT-GLAZE
MT-GLAZE
MT-GLAZE
MT-GLAZE
CARBON
CARBON
CARBON
CARBON
MT-GLAZE
CARBON
MT-GLAZE
MT-GLAZE
MT-GLAZE
CARBON
MT-GLAZE
MT-GLAZE
CARBON
CARBON
MT-GLAZE
MT-GLAZE
MT-GLAZE
MT-GLAZE
MT-GLAZE
MT-GLAZE
MT-GLAZE

220 J470 JA
22K JA
10K JA
1.2K JA
330 JB
4.7K JA
180K JA
560K JA
10K JA
22K JA
10K JA
220 JA
1.2K JA
82 JA
2.7K JA
12K JA
220 JA
1.2K JA
82 JA
2.7K JA
12K JA
220 JA
1.2K JA
82 JA
2.7K JA
12K JA
22K JA
22K JA
10K JA
4.7K JA
10K JA
10K JA
4.7K JA
10K JA
10K JA
10K JA
330 JA
100K JA
10K JA
100 JA
100 JA
39K JA
270K JA
100 JA
120K JA
100 JA
1M JA
2.7K JA
100 JA
100 JA
100 JA
100 JA
75 JA
100 JA
330K JA
100 JA
330K JA
75 JA
75 JA

1/4W
1/4W
1/10W
1/10W
1/4W
1/4W
1/10W
1/6W
1/10W
1/6W
1/10W
1/6W
1/6W
1/10W
1/6W
1/2W
2W
1/6W
1/10W
1/10W
1/2W
2W
1/6W
1/10W
1/6W
1/2W
2W
1/10W
1/10W
1/6W
1/10W
1/10W
1/10W
1/10W
1/6W
1/10W
1/10W
1/10W
1/10W
1/6W
1/6W
1/6W
1/6W
1/10W
1/6W
1/10W
1/10W
1/10W
1/6W
1/10W
1/10W
1/6W
1/6W
1/10W
1/10W
1/10W
1/10W
1/10W
1/10W
1/10W

Part No.

R1059
R1101
R1102
R1103
R1104
R1106
R1901
R1902
R1903
R1904
R1905
R1906
R1907
R1910
R1911
R3401
R3402
R3406
R3407
R3411
R3421
R3422
R3426

401 026 9600


401 255 6500
401 256 1405
401 255 6500
401 256 1405
401 256 2709
401 150 5905
401 150 6209
401 162 2800
401 150 6100
401 256 7605
401 162 4101
401 256 0408
401 024 7004
401 024 7004
401 162 2909
401 162 2909
401 150 5806
401 255 6005
401 265 4008
401 162 3104
401 255 6401
401 256 7605

SW1901

645 006 9673


645 027 7382
645 052 2284
645 006 9673
645 027 7382
645 052 2284
645 006 9673
645 027 7382
645 052 2284
645 006 9673
645 027 7382
645 052 2284
645 006 9673
645 027 7382
645 052 2284
645 006 9673
645 027 7382
645 052 2284

Description

CARBON
MT-GLAZE
MT-GLAZE
MT-GLAZE
MT-GLAZE
MT-GLAZE
MT-GLAZE
MT-GLAZE
MT-GLAZE
MT-GLAZE
MT-GLAZE
MT-GLAZE
MT-GLAZE
CARBON
CARBON
MT-GLAZE
MT-GLAZE
MT-GLAZE
MT-GLAZE
MT-GLAZE
MT-GLAZE
MT-GLAZE
MT-GLAZE

470 JA
100 JA
330K JA
100 JA
330K JA
75 JA
10K JA
1K JA
1.8K JA
2.2K JA
3.9K JA
5.6K JA
12K JA
1K JA
1K JA
220 JA
220 JA
100K JA
1M JA
62K JA
3.3K JA
3K JA
3.9K JA

1/6W
1/10W
1/10W
1/10W
1/10W
1/10W
1/10W
1/10W
1/10W
1/10W
1/10W
1/10W
1/10W
1/6W
1/6W
1/10W
1/10W
1/10W
1/10W
1/10W
1/10W
1/10W
1/10W

SWITCHES

SW1902

SW1903

SW1904

SW1905

SW1906

SWITCH, PUSH (POWER)


SWITCH, PUSH (POWER)
SWITCH, PUSH (POWER)
SWITCH, PUSH (VOL +)
SWITCH, PUSH (VOL +)
SWITCH, PUSH (VOL +)
SWITCH, PUSH (VOL )
SWITCH, PUSH (VOL )
SWITCH, PUSH (VOL )
SWITCH, PUSH (CH )
SWITCH, PUSH (CH )
SWITCH, PUSH (CH )
SWITCH, PUSH (CH )
SWITCH, PUSH (CH )
SWITCH, PUSH (CH )
SWITCH, PUSH (MENU)
SWITCH, PUSH (MENU)
SWITCH, PUSH (MENU)

TRANSFORMERS
T401

T402
T601

18

610 223 1656


652 000 0703
652 001 2400
645 065 9706
645 056 7360
645 057 8656

DRIVE TRANS
TRANS, DRIVE
TRANS, DRIVE
TRANS, FLYBACK
TRANS, POWER, PULSE
TRANS, POWER, PULSE

Schematic
Location

Part No.

Description

Schematic
Location

CRYSTAL/FILTERS
X141
X201

X801

421 009 9403


610 012 0655
610 204 4195
610 245 9746
645 004 1938
645 004 1945

SAW F TSF5246P
CRYSTAL OSCILLATOR
CRYSTAL OSCILLATOR
CRYSTAL OSCILLATOR
OSC, CRYSTAL 32.768KHZ
OSC, CRYSTAL 32.768KHZ

MISCELLANEOUS
A100
A101
A700
A1901
F601

610 310 6847


645 063 9814
645 063 9821
610 310 6854
645 047 6228
423 007 1601
423 007 1809
423 018 8101
423 029 8008

ASSY, PWB, MAIN G8TCM


TUNER, U/V
TUNER, U/V
ASSY, PWB, SOCKET G8TCM
UNIT, REMOCON RECEIVER
FUSE 125V 4A
FUSE 125V 4A
FUSE 125V 4A
FUSE 125V 4A

F601A
F601B
K701
K1002
K1051
K1101
PS601
Q901
RL601

SP901
SP902
W601
W900

19

Part No.

645 000 5077


645 016 0479
645 000 5077
645 016 0479
645 028 0306
645 038 1904
645 007 1584
645 051 1271
408 046 5209
414 012 3209
645 011 2713
645 015 8629
645 052 5933
652 000 0656
652 000 0656
645 023 1681
645 056 9531
610 306 8282

Description

HOLDER, FUSE
HOLDER, FUSE
HOLDER, FUSE
HOLDER, FUSE
SOCKET, CRT 8P
JACK, RCA-3
SOCKET, DIN 4P
JACK, RCA-3
TH PTDAA1BF3R0Q100
CRT A51QDX992X003
RELAY
RELAY
RELAY
SPEAKER, 8
SPEAKER, 8
CORD, POWER
CORD, POWER-2.0MK
ASSY, WIRE GND

CABINET PARTS LIST


6
5
4

3
2
1

8
9
MENU

CH

- VOL +

POWER

AS

12

11

10

13

ACCESSORY PARTS LIST

CABINET PARTS LIST


KEY NO.

PARTS NO.

1
OR
2
3
OR
4
5
OR
6
OR
7
8
9
10
11
12
13

610 306 5267


610 310 8483
610 268 9648
610 316 5776
412 053 3905
412 054 0002
610 102 7151
610 312 5640
610 312 5657
412 036 1805
411 078 1101
412 018 8402
610 306 5007
610 289 5148
610 299 5527
610 293 2560
610 306 5342
610 306 5311

DESCRIPTION

KEY NO.

CABINET FRONT ASSY


CABINET FRONT ASSY
CRT SPACER 2.0MM (BOT 2)
CRT SPACER 3.5MM (TOP 2)
CRT MTG SCREW M6/35 HI-LO
CRT MTG SCREW M6/35 HI-LO
DC HOLDER (2 USED)
CABINET BACK
CABINET BACK
SCREW 4X14 (7 USED)
SCREW 4X14 (7 USED)
SCREW 3X10 (1 USED)
BUTTON UNIT
CAP RC
DEC SHEET
SANYO BADGE
DEC AV SHEET
DOOR

PARTS NO.
610 312 9143
610 312 9150
610 312 9167
645 065 6910
645 065 6934
610 312 0287
610 312 0317

20

DESCRIPTION
OWNERS MANUAL (ENG)
OWNERS MANUAL (SPA)
OWNERS MANUAL (FRE)
RC TRANSMITTER
RC TRANSMITTER
RC BATTERY COVER
RC BATTERY COVER

B10B10900
NA7D

21

R1007

KB

1
C416

C411
X

C
J406

R1011

KX5P

KX4P

KX3P

T402H4

L413
R498

R407

KX1P

C471

R611

2
Q601H1

Q612

C614

R619

Q613

C612

R614

D613
C613

D603

C604

D884

TP51

D883

X
R602

C606A

C606

A2

R609

R620

R618

R607
R607A

R603

KD

L612

E
R616

J606

J609
J610

D614

R601H2

R601A

R601

Q627

R692

R629

D627

R693

KD2P

L611

D611

R606

C603

R601H3

C683

J690

KD1P

R610

J613
J615

Q611

R617

R608

R604

D604

D602

D601

C693

D693
E Q693

C634

C3436

48

12

13

C3401

C3404

10

R601H1

A1

J608

C3414

C3411

TP301

C011

C010

C3412

C3408

J3404

C601C

J603

E R628

Q681 E

20

C3413

J3403

C3416

LF601

R471

Q601H2

R491

C633A

D471

C633

C493

D699

J605

R485

R493

X
C608A

J005

R492

T601H7
C608

T601H2

R605

C611

T601AH14

J611
J619

J616

C632

R494

T601AH11

T601

L602

D612

J614

2
1

L602A

R635

R612

T601A

C632A

D487

Q402H3
C482

77

R353

D481

L404

R631

R694
Q635

E
R634

R699
Q695

IC601

D351

T401
R405A

R695

R481

T401A

16

Q831

C630

R630

R632

R405

10

16

C629

L3401

40

IC
34
01

24

C3418

R627

D408

L625

J481

TP318

R404

10

L626

C625

D625

R489

J482

C822

C3431

C408

C407

D623

R489A

TJ2

J811

C806

L801

37

25

R3422
R3421

C3417

J3402

C015

D001

IC681A

C800

C1901

C601

F601A

C689

R1901

C601B

J1907

C631A

X X

C631

C1902

D1901

F601B

L1901

C1101

R1103
R1104

C601A

J601
D683

D629 IC681
D680
R686

R691

D1902

D1102

J013

SW1901

Q401

R430

J618

TJ6

C406

R406

C623

L623

L627

TJ5

R487

R499

R884

R3401

C411A

C412A

D624

C624

D486

E R486

D836

D834

J842

R883

R1911

R1910

C3439
C3432

C1007

36

C3427

30

C3424

C003

C001
C002

R1903

J427

D406

C412

R208

C622

C144

J426

D407

J402

R833

Q486

Q005

C626

C489

J843

R683

L812

L811

J809
J808

TP317

IC001

C3422

R408

17

L4

R416

J1013

R005

C416A

R1002

J401

R006

Q001 R832

D490

C829

J831
R813

J872

C811

J806

R013

J804

J868

J867

J866

R868

33

C1006

J3471

C1102

C1103

C006

R003

SW1902

Q402H2

C418

J408

L401A

C628

TJ1

C417A

E
D002

J1011

J1014

L416H2

L401

R106

L416H1

C417

J407

Q402H4

R417

Q490

C012
J014

R488

R517

Q402

L402

J417

C473

C490

J871

J352

D843

R861

R831

R510

C413A

J492

J463
L416

C413

10

J1009

J869
R810

C866

J873
J421

J818

J017

J144

J3401

J016
D472

R1906

POWER

J413

R1004

R468
IC501H1
D503
J416

IC501P

R463

J504

C419

J1058

J861

R495A

C511A

C414A

IC501

D801

R144

C414

J501

J502

C497

J1008

J1007

L414A

J411

R461

C463

J1057

C148

R495

R511A

Q402H1

R1001

J412

J503

C461

J353

J1059

R206

L414

R511

AGC
R464

C466

C462
R816
R814
D831

R497

R1052

J446

J418

J419

C214

IC1001

R209

J863

J817

C802

R882
R881

R497A

K1051
J881

SW1903

C511

K1001
R463A

D482

R1006

C508

C491

R482

K1002
R513
C502

R467
R462

L143

R863

R867

C415

R1008

C501

R503

C503

R518

J462

R138

D806

R141

D461

TP132
D429

R139

J206

R282

R504

R428

R136

L132
C143

C282

J207
R426

C208

X801

D502

D1059
R1009

R472

R512

C1052
C3434
C3433

R509

D501

D1001

R505

SCL

40

32

C421
R423

J801

IC802

C516

D1003
R142

C209

J204

R205

C212

R281

L142

R129
C142

C213

R866

J464

C147
R143
R146

C133
R207

C869

30

R862

R508

R506

D1002

X201
J862

X131

C131
R131

50

C867

J1004
R421

C129

C506

R127
R128

C211

C864

D428

R130 R137
C132 R864
C146

C504

60

R134

C141

C138
C137

64

C427

J1001
J1006

IC801
C868

Q132

J131

TP36
PB

C484

R1051
J814

R804

R3426

C1004

MB
C863
C862

J1002

X141
4
C3426

C1059

R201

R1059

1
L131

R202
C216

J1003

C207

J1056

C136

J1054

20

C403

J813

J802
C401
R411

D421

J803

C861

D1004

TB

C1001

R133
C202

TP35

C1003

C519

C518

R001

J1052

10

R287
C404

J1051

C203

R204

R203

KS

C402

D1052

R132

J202
J201

J807
R807

J1053

C134

Q131

C206

B10B1090A

R289
R288

R857

C201

C204

J203

C810
C808
C807
R808
C801
+
PB

R507

PB

R856

J1081

J461

L141

TP7

C1002

R107

R412

D422

R803
R413
R802

D1051

C102

J142
J141

J143

R276

J146

C1051

C813

D101

SDA
C101

C218

R414

C018
R3407

J414

R1012
R1013

J117

J114

R422

J848

R135

J104

C106

EN
C103

R103

J113

TE7
R806
R809
C809
C3421
C3403
C3402
R3402

R1902

1B

R002
C3423
R3406

SW1904

VOL-UP

60

A101

C004
C3406
C3407

SW1905

R1101

TJ3

PB
R004
R3411
R1907

R1102

SW1906
R1904

PS

IF

K1101

VOL-DN

J021
R1106

C812

CH-UP

KSP
R1905

CH-DN

MENU

L416

J116

COMPONENT AND TESTPOINT LOCATIONS

MAIN BOARD FOIL SIDE

A1901

J1901

PB1

RL601
LF601B

LF601A

PS601

PS601A

C609H1

C609

C609H2

J604

R615
R613

Q601

J622

C884

TP50
D881

T402H11

T402H5

T402H2
T402H7

R1003

T402

T402H8

T402H1
T402H10
T402H9

KY1P
X

KT1P

C883

D882

X
KT2P

X
KT3P

X
KT4P

X
KT5P

CAUTION

4A 125V

FOR CONTINUED PROTECTION AGAINST A RISK OF FIRE,


REPLACE ONLY WITH THE SAME TYPE 4A, 125V FUSE.
ATTENTION : POUR MAINTENIR LA PROTECTION CONTRE
LES RISQUES D INCENDIE UTILISER UN FUSIBLE DE
RECHANGE DE MEME TYPE 4A, 125V.

MAIN BOARD COMPONENTS AND TEST POINTS GRID LOCATIONS


Part

Loc.

Part

Loc.

Part

Loc.

D002
D429
D612
D806
IC001
IC501
IC601
IC681
IC801
IC802
IC1001
IC3401
Q001

C3
E2
B5
E3
F5
D2
C5
C6
F4
F4
E3
E5
D4

Q005
Q131
Q132
Q401
Q402
Q486
Q490
Q601
Q613
Q627
Q681
Q693
Q695

D4
F3
E3
B2
C2
C4
D4
A3
A4
B6
C6
B5
B5

Q831
R512
R513
TE7
TP7
TJ1
TJ6
TP16
TP50
TP51
TP317
TP318

D5
E2
E2
F2
F3
C3
D3
F3
A2
A2
E5
E5

22

D001
4

J016

J017

D472

C1007

C1006

J3471

C1103
C1102

J144

J3401

AUDIO OUT
1

8
IC001
C001

C3427

C3439

C421

R423

D834

D421

20

C212

R833

R832

D490

C490

J871

50

KS

C518

C519

J204

R411

J207
R426
J861

R810
D843

R489

C623

L626

L623

D486

C626

R486

E Q486

R006
Q005

C829

J014

J352

J869

C866

X201

C869

J803

J802
C401

J863

IC801

R489A

L627

D625

E Q490

C012
J872

C811

40

R804 C403

J801

L625

R487

J873

R013

J804
J831

R499

D836

J806

4 IC802

C625

J842
J843

30

J868

J867

J866

J421

33

32

J817

C802

J818

R868

L811
L812

R883
R884

C822

L801

C806

J811
TJ2

J481

L3401

J482

1
R630

J202
J201
R203
R204

C206

R863

C203
10

C211

C148

J1007
J1008

R417

Q001

J1009

C489

C608
C611

J618

L131

J131

X131

L132

R276

TP7
L404

C218

J461
J1081
R856
R857

J1053

J1056

J1054

J1003
J1002

J1006

J1001

R421

J1004

D429

J464

J462

D461

D806

R462

J502

C463

R471

J416

C101

J116

D101

D1051
D1052
J1051

C503

C414A

C413A

J104

C106

R507

R505

C415

R482

C484

R497

D482

R497A

R408

C416

C418

Q402H1

D502

C416A

R511

C417A

J427

V-ADJ.DOWN

R1059

D1004

J1052

C1051

J113

C102

C1003

C1004

R508

R504

R509

V-ADJ.UP

IC501

R512

C502

J412
J411

R511A

J426

C417

H-OUT

C413

C414

J501

J503

C508

Q402

Q402H2

C412A

C411A

R506

J117

R107

J504

C501

C516
D501

C1002

TUNER
C1001

C1059

C506

C466

L401

D407

J408

C412
D406

C411

J406

C504

J114

R428

D428

R464
R461

10

L402

J407

R406
C406

R430
Q401
R404

R491

C493

R485

D487

D351

R353

R481

D408

L401A

D503

R468

IC501P

C461

R463A

R422

J848

R405A

TE7
C407

IC501H1

C408

R106

L141

J142

J143
J141

C497

L143

L142

R414

J419

D801

J463
J492

J1011

J1014

R494
R493
R492
D471

C471

D481

C482

R405

DIP

J402

J401

D002

J417

C473

J1013

J353

J446

J418

R412

Q132

C201

Q131

64
E

C419

C143

E
C134

C204

D422

60
C141

J206

C213

J1058

C214
J1057

J1059

C628

C624

C622

D624

D623

10
10

C015

5
C002

C3424
C3418

C3417

J3402

C3416

C3413

J3403

C3436

R699

R612

C608A

R611

Q601H1

TUNER

C010

C011

C3411

C3408

C3404

C3401

C629

IC601
3
R694

T601A

D699

L416

J013

C3414

C3412
J3404

C1101

C634

R1910
R1911

C3432
J809
J808

C693

16
16

L602A

Q611

D611

L611

C511A

R510

C511

J413

23

C1901

C683

D693

Q695

C630

1
L602

T601

R604
R617

R606

R610

L612
Q612

KX

D1102

D1902

Q681

J690
R692

E
R631

R603

R605

J614

3
J616

D614

R607
J606

D613

R614

C614

KB

R467

1
X141
4
C633A

B10B10900
NA7D

KX5P

KX4P

K1051
KY1P

TJ3

J1907

IC681
E
D629
D680
Q627

R601H3

C603

C604

R607A

C613
C612

Q613

L417

L416

K1101
IC681A

R686

60
1B

L1901

Q693

R634

D601

D602

D604

D603

R618

T402H1

K1001
K1002

HLC

R495

AV
T402H10

Q635

R601H2

C606A

L413
T402H9

E
D627

R601A

A2
C606
R602

R513
T402H7

R495A

A101
KT3P

KX3P

KX1P

????

R628

R601H1
R601

A1

LF601

J608

C601

T402H2
T402H8

J601
D683

C601C C601B

Q402H4

CLK

B
T402H4
T402H5
T402H11

C1902

C631A

C601A

FBT
KTP

L416H1

V-OUT
T401

Q402H3
R498

R488
TJ5
T601H2

TJ6
L416H2
C633

Q601H2

KY

F601A

KT5P

T402

TP50

ACK

T601H7

R615

TJ1
POWER-TRANS
Q601

B10B1090A

KT1P

GND

T601AH14

L414A

NA7D

T601AH11

R635

L414
R613

C632A

X801
POWER-CIRCUIT

C632

C609H1

D1901

C631

F601B

PS601A

R472

C609

D612

C609H2

KD1P
KD2P

R463
KT4P

R407

STA
TUS

KD
4A 125V

MTS
4A-125V

SW1905
SW1902

F-AV

KSP
1

SW1904
SW1903
SW1901
RL601

T401A
KT2P

PS601

SW1906

CH-DN

MENU
CH-UP
VOL-UP

VOL-DN
POWER
A1901

TP301
LF601B
LF601A

HDT
TP51

DATA

PS

COMPONENT AND TESTPOINT LOCATIONS (Cont.)


MAIN BOARD PARTS SIDE

COMPONENT AND TESTPOINT LOCATIONS (Cont.)

PICTURE TUBE SOCKET BOARD

C702

R701

B10B1090B

Q701A

R717

R704

R707

K7B

D1902

R706

Q701

(-)

9V HEATER +B

L701
R727

R716

R726

????

K7U1

SCREEN

Q721
Q721A

C742

K701
R711

R721

R724

E
Q711
Q711A

K7S

5 (-) (-)

GND
K7Y1

G R1

PIC TUBE SOCKET BOARD COMPONENTS


Part

Loc.

Q701
Q711
Q721

N/A
N/A
N/A

For parts or service contact


SANYO Fisher Service Corporation
21605 Plummer Street
Chatsworth, CA 91311 (U.S.A.)
300 Applewood Crescent,
Concord, Ontario L4K 5C7 (CANADA)
April / 2004 / 2000 SMC

Printed in U.S.A.

24

MODEL DS20930

Chassis No. 20930-06

WAVEFORMS

CAUTION

SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS

FOR CONTINUED PROTECTION AGAINST


A RISK OF FIRE, REPLACE ONLY WITH
THE SAME TYPE 4A, 125V FUSE.
ATTENTION: POUR MAINTENIR LA PROTECTION
CONTRE LES RISQUES D' INCENDIE UTILISER UN
FUSIBLE DE RECHANGE DE MEME TYPE 4A, 125V.

BLOCK DIAGRAM
4A 125V

NOTES ON SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS


1. All resistance values in ohms K=1,000 M=1,000,000.
2. Unless otherwise noted on schematic, all capacitor values less than 1 are expressed in F (Micro Farad),
and the values more than 1 are in pF.
3. Unless otherwise noted on schematic, voltage reading taken with VOM from point indicated to chassis
ground. Voltage reading taken using color-bar signal VHF channel 5, all controls at normal. Line voltage at 120
volts. Some voltages may vary with signal strength.
4. Waveforms were taken with color-bar signal and controls set for normal picture. Waveforms marked with
an may vary with signal strength.
5. The Symbol
indicates a fusible resistor, which protects the circuit from possible short circuits.

Note: Voltages were measured with offset color-bar signal and controls set for normal picture.

SDL
SCL

ANT

64

IF

A101
UHF/VHF TUNER
WITH PLL
& BAND SW

61
AGC

VIDEO
DET.

60

56

VIDEO
AMP.

VIDEO
SW.

FM
DET.

IC1001
AV SW
54

THE COMPONENTS DESIGNATED BY A STAR () ON THIS SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM DESIGNATE COMPONENTS


WHOSE VALUES ARE OF SPECIAL SIGNIFICANCE TO PRODUCT SAFETY. SHOULD ANY COMPONENT
DESIGNATED BY A STAR NEED TO BE REPLACED, USE ONLY THE PART DESIGNATED IN THE PARTS LIST. DO NOT
DEVIATE FROM THE RESISTANCE, WATTAGE AND VOLTAGE RATINGS SHOWN.

1 V1 IN

AUDIO IN-2 (L)

FM
AMP.

23

AV1/2S

24

MUTE

39
32

46

S-Y IN

BUS SDA

31

45

C IN

SW1901-1906
CONTROL KEYS

KEY IN

36

A1901
RC PRE-AMP

RC IN

26

IIC SCL

28

37

ABL IN

27

10

ACL IN

IC802
EEPROM

IIC SDA

Q001
POWER OFF
NOISE
CANCEL

AUDIO IN-1 (L)

RESET

PHOTO COUPLERS

ABL

L
V

H-PULSE

44

TOP VIEW

EC

EC

EC

B
E

IC501
VERT.
OUTPUT

17

V-DRIVE

15

E/W

5
1
6/7
T402
HORIZ.
OUTPUT
TRANS.

SIDE VIEW

BC

EC

TOP VIEW
C
B ... BASE

1
12

32

OUT
GND
IN (2) (3)
(1)

C ... COLLECTOR
E ... EMITTER
B

INFRARED EMITTING

B ... BASE
C ... COLLECTOR
E ... EMITTER

CHIP TRANSISTORS

E
BC

Q401
HORIZ.
DRIVE

H-DRIVE

47

L901
DEGAUSING
COIL

AC120V
60Hz

25

HOLD DOWN

T601
CONVERTER
TRANS.
D623

LF601
LINE
FILTER

A....ANODE
K....CATHODE

C601

D625

Q613
ERR.
AMP.

TOP VIEW

12 x 10 3 = 12K ohm

D624

D612
PHOTO
COUPLER

CHIP RESISTORS
4A 125V

13

14

K1011
FRONT
AV IN
(AV 1)

8
4

Q721

-R OUT

Q711

-G OUT

Q701

-B OUT

IC001
AUDIO
AMP. 3

SP901
LEFT
SPEAKER

Q132-E (TP16)
(Internal Video)

Q401- B
(Horizontal Drive)

48 VERT

0.6V VERT

1.0V HORIZ

.7V HORZ

Q402- B
(Horizontal Output)

Q601- G
(Power Switching)

T402- 9
(Heater)

21V HORZ

15V 50KHz

28V HORIZ

SP902
RIGHT
SPEAKER

ABL
H.V.
FOCUS
SCREEN
HEATER
LOW +B
D482

HOLD DOWN
DETECT.

Q901
PIX TUBE
D481
+200V

POWER ON/OFF

IC681
5V REG.
Q681
12V SW
DRIVE

+130V

D471

AUDIO +B

15V
+30V

IC601
POWER
REG.

D601-D604
FULL WAVE
RECTIFIER

D806

TJ1
Q601
SW.

12

Q402
HORIZ.
OUTPUT

29
POWER
FAIL

PS601
POSISTOR

F601
AC
FUSE

RGB
DRIVE
CUT/
OFF

I/O
PORTS
RL601
RELAY

K
K
A

33

CLOCK
CONTROL

21

X 801

X OUT

H
DRIVE

34

+12V

1
COUNT TERMINALS IN
ARROW DIRECTION

X IN

MARK

C809
C808

TOP VIEW

DEFLECTION
YOKE
L902

H-PULSE
5

40
V
DRIVE

DIODES

TRANSISTORS

IC501- 1
(Inverting Input)

AUDIO +B

T401
H-DRIVE
TRANS.

INTEGRATED CIRCUITS

IC501- 5
(Vertical Output)

AUDIO IN-1 (R)

Q831
RESET

1.0V HORIZ

VIDEO IN-1

Q005
AUDIO +B
SWITCH

VIDEO
MATRIX

SYNC
SEP.

THIS TV CONTAINS CRITICAL PARTS TO PROTECT AGAINST X-RADIATION. NOMINAL 2ND ANODE VOLTAGE IS
29.1KV AT ZERO BEAM CURRENT AT 120 VOLTS AC LINE, AND MUST NOT EXCEED 31.1KV UNDER ANY
OPERATING CONDITION. SEE HIGH VOLTAGE CHECK ON PAGE 9.

4.0V HORIZ

Q131
BUFFER

X-RADIATION WARNING NOTE

K1001
REAR
AV IN
(AV2)

VIDEO IN-2 (R)

S-SW

I/O
PORTS

3.8V HORIZ

VIDEO IN-2

3 V2 IN

BUS SCL

PRODUCT SAFETY NOTICE

4.0V HORIZ

K1051
S-VIDEO IN

SERVICE NOTES:
1. When replacing parts on circuit boards, clamp the lead wires to terminals before soldering.
2. When replacing high wattage resistors on circuit board, keep the resistor body 10 mm (3/8) from circuit board.
3. Keep wires away from high voltage and high temperature components.

IC801- 54
(Video Input)

Y
C
S-SW

Q132
BUFFER

63

IC801- 14
(B-Output)

3 LS OUT-R

33 34 36 37

13

TP16
X141
SAW
FILTER

IC801- 13
(G-Output)

4 LS OUT-L

IC3401
MTS DECODER

IC801- 12
(R-Output)

5V
ALWAYS

D002
POWER FAIL

12V

D627
+12V
Q635
OVERLOAD
PROTECT.

Q486
9V REG.

Q627
12V SW.
Q490
5V REG.

Q693,
Q695

STANDBY MODE
ALWAYS +5V
CONTROL

D801

9V
TJ5

D428
(13V)

D429

ANODE LEAK
DETECT.

(7V)

5V
B6

R428

g8tcm

123

VOLTAGE CHARTS

NOTE: Voltages were measured using color-bar signal and the controls set for normal picture.

Device/Pin #
D612-1

CAPACITOR AND RESISTOR CODE CHART


D612-2

CAPACITOR (Example)

D612-3

500 C K 1500 B

D ...........................
T ............................
J ............................
K ...........................
M ...........................
N ...........................
P ...........................
Z ...........................
C ...........................
C ...........................
E ...........................
F ...........................
N ...........................
T ............................
K ...........................
H ...........................
P ...........................
M ...........................

Characteristics
Value code
Tolerance code
Material code
Voltage rating

0.5pF
+50% 10%
5%
10%
20%
30%
+100% 0%
+80% 20%
0.25pF
Ceramic
Electrolytic
Polyester
Polypropylene
Tantalum
Ceramic
MT-Composite
NP. Electrolytic
MT-Polypropylene

RESISTOR (Example)
6 Y K 4.7

D ...........................
F ...........................
G ...........................
J ............................
K ...........................
M ...........................
F ............................
N ...........................
S ...........................
Y ...........................
C ...........................
D ...........................
W ..........................

Value code
Tolerance code
Material code
Wattage rating

25

0.5%
1%
2%
5%
10%
20%
Fusible
Metalized Carbon
Oxide Metalized
Wire Wound
Solid
Carbon Film
Wire Wound

D612-4
IC001-1
IC001-2
IC001-3
IC001-4
IC001-5
IC001-6
IC001-7
IC001-8
IC501-1
IC501-2
IC501-3
IC501-4
IC501-5
IC501-6
IC501-7
IC601-1
IC601-2
IC601-3
IC681-1
IC681-2
IC681-3
IC801-1
IC801-2
IC801-3
IC801-4
IC801-5
IC801-6
IC801-7
IC801-8
IC801-9
IC801-10
IC801-11
IC801-12
IC801-13
IC801-14
IC801-15
IC801-16
IC801-17
IC801-18
IC801-19
IC801-20
IC801-21
IC801-22
IC801-23

Device/Pin #

Volts/Mode
POWER ON:

25.7
POWER ON:

24.8
POWER ON:

0.7
POWER ON:

14.7
6.0
13.2
5.6
GND
N.C.
1.4
1.4
GND
GND
14.3
29.5
2.9
2.9
29.2
2.8
130.0
28.3
GND
13.4
GND
5.0
2.5
2.5
3.2
2.4
2.2
2.2
2.2
5.1
2.5
9.2
8.1
2.3
2.4
2.6
2.2
2.2
2.3
1.7
5.1
2.7
0.5
GND
.04

POWER OFF:

9.6
POWER OFF:

8.0
POWER OFF:

0.4
POWER OFF:

1.7

IC801-24
IC801-25
IC801-26
IC801-27
IC801-28
IC801-29
IC801-30
IC801-31
IC801-32
IC801-33
IC801-34
IC801-35
IC801-36
IC801-37
IC801-38
IC801-39
IC801-40
IC801-41
IC801-42
IC801-43
IC801-44
IC801-45
IC801-46
IC801-47
IC801-48
IC801-49
IC801-50
IC801-51
IC801-52
IC801-53
IC801-54
IC801-55
IC801-56
IC801-57
IC801-58
IC801-59
IC801-60
IC801-61
IC801-62
IC801-63
IC801-64
IC802-1
IC802-2
IC802-3
IC802-4
IC802-5
IC802-6
IC802-7
IC802-8
IC1001-1
IC1001-2
IC1001-3

26

Volts/Mode
1.5
4.9
0
0
0
4.8
4.9
4.1
4.0
1.9
2.6
4.9
0
0
1.8
4.9
4.9
3.3
GND
0
1.2
2.5
2.6
0
2.6
0.3
2.8
0.3
5.0
3.5
2.6
5.0
2.5
2.6
2.3
2.8
2.4
1.8
GND
2.8
2.8
GND
GND
GND
GND
0
0
GND
5.0
2.5
0
2.5

Device/Pin #
IC1001-4
IC1001-5
IC1001-6
IC1001-7
IC1001-8
IC3401-1
IC3401-2
IC3401-3
IC3401-4
IC3401-5
IC3401-6
IC3401-7
IC3401-8
IC3401-9
IC3401-10
IC3401-11
IC3401-12
IC3401-13
IC3401-14
IC3401-15
IC3401-16
IC3401-17
IC3401-18
IC3401-19
IC3401-20
IC3401-21
IC3401-22
IC3401-23
IC3401-24
IC3401-25
IC3401-26
IC3401-27
IC3401-28
IC3401-29
IC3401-30
IC3401-31
IC3401-32
IC3401-33
IC3401-34
IC3401-35
IC3401-36
IC3401-37
IC3401-38
IC3401-39
IC3401-40
IC3401-41
IC3401-42
IC3401-43
IC3401-44
IC3401-45
IC3401-46
IC3401-47
IC3401-48

Volts/Mode
0
0
5.0
1.8
GND
4.1
4.1
4.1
4.1
3.6
3.7
GND
4.1
4.1
4.1
4.1
4.9
4.1
1.3
1.3
0
GND
3.2
9.1
0
4.1
4.1
3.7
3.9
4.1
4.1
4.1
1.9
4.1
4.1
2.0
4.1
4.1
4.1
0
4.1
4.1
4.1
4.1
4.1
4.1
GND
4.1
4.1
4.2
GND
4.1
4.1

Device/Pin #
Q001-B
Q001-C

Volts/Mode
POWER ON:

0.7
POWER ON:

Q001-E
Q005-B
Q005-C
Q005-E

1.9
GND
13.4
14.0
14.0

Q131-B
Q131-C
Q131-E
Q132-B
Q132-C
Q132-E
Q401-B
Q401-C
Q401-E
Q402-B
Q402-C
Q402-E
Q486-B
Q486-C
Q486-E
Q490-B
Q490-C
Q490-E

2.2
9.2
1.5
1.2
GND
1.9
0.3
52.1
GND
0
130
GND
9.9
11.6
9.2
5.9
6.7
5.2

Q601-G
Q601-D
Q601-S
Q613-B
Q613-C
Q613-E
Q627-B
Q627-C
Q627-E
Q681-B
Q681-C
Q681-E
Q693-B
Q693-C
Q693-E

POWER ON:

5.8
POWER ON:

157
POWER ON:

.9
POWER ON:

0.3
POWER ON:

4.7
GND
POWER ON:

12.7
POWER ON:

13.2
POWER ON:

13.3
POWER ON:

0.7
POWER ON:

0
GND
POWER ON:

0.5
POWER ON:

27.4
POWER ON:

0.6

Device/Pin #

POWER OFF:

0
POWER OFF:

Q695-B
Q695-C

17.0

Q695-E
Q701-B
Q701-C
Q701-E
Q711-B
Q711-C
Q711-E
Q721-B
Q721-C
Q721-E
Q831-B
Q831-C
Q831-E

Volts/Mode
POWER ON:

27.4
GND
POWER ON:

27.5
2.4
154.9
2.2
2.4
158.0
2.2
2.3
159.0
2.2
4.2
4.9
4.9

POWER OFF:

7.4
POWER OFF:

8.0

POWER OFF:

0.4
POWER OFF:

164
POWER OFF:

0
POWER OFF:

0.1
POWER OFF:

0.1
POWER OFF:

8.0
POWER OFF:

0
POWER OFF:

8.0
POWER OFF:

0
POWER OFF:

6.0
POWER OFF:

5.2
POWER OFF:

7.1
POWER OFF:

4.7

27

28

Chassis No. 20930-06


REMOTE SENSOR

TP11

R1910
1K

C1902
16EM10
LBWA

C148
6.3EM100
LBWA

R106

1/2DJ18K

C862
CJ18CL

C866
16EM47
LBWA

28

29

30

31

32

1/10GJ 1MC

R861
1/10GJ
39KC

C403
PM1
LBZA

<STATUS>

R488
1SJ15

TP318

TP317
37
36

38

39

29

VETC

28

VE

SAPIN

C3423
10TK3.3DR

C3422
KK0.047LZB

R3422
1/10GJ3KC
R3421
1/10GJ3.3KC

C3421
KK2700
LZB

C011
16EM470LBWA

C3414
16EM220
LBWA

C010
16EM470LBWA

R472
2SJ3.9

C3416
PM4.7
LBZA

15V

AUDIO AMP.
IC001
LA4525

Q005
2SB764E
:2SB764F
R005
1/10GJ10KC

AUDIO MUTE

9V-REG.

C006
KK0.01LZB

C511
FK0.22BF
:HJ0.22G

KX3P
DY
ITC(CRT COMPONENT)

R513
X

KX1P

<ABL>

<ACL>

R508
18K
C504
25EM2200
LBWA

C503
EK2.2AE

R505
1/2DJ
2.7

R699
10K

D680
R

1000KK
1200CTB
:1000KK
1200CRD

B1

Q695
2SA1015Y
:2SA564ARCU
:2SA608FCNP

R695
1/10GJ
22KC

D699

C630
EM1LBWA

R406
1/2DJ1K

R417
7SJ6.8VC

R701
220

K7S

R706
1/2DJ2.7K

KB

C471
16EM470
LBWA

D471

R471
1/2DJ

11
2

2SJ4.7

3
R703
1/10GJ1.2KC

C701
CJ270CL

CRT
Q901

C614
63FJ0.01
LBZA

R686
J

R482

DJ1B

D482

R423
1/6NF
3.3K

D481
ES1
R421
1/6NF
2.7K

LETTER
SIDE

TOP VIEW

2SC1740S

HOLD DOWN CIRCUIT


TP7

R422
1/6NF
10K

D422 D421
HZ11
HZ11
B2L
B2L

C421
6.3EM
220LBWA

P (7DD00021) 1S2076A,1S2471, 1N4148


9. LIST OF REPLACEABLE TRANSISTORS.

6. VIEW OF TR & FET & IC.

R428
15K

AA (7DD00192) 1S2076, 1S2473, DS442, 1N4148, 1SS133

ARE RELATED WITH X-RADIATION.

5. THICK LINES ARE 15WATTS SUPPLY LINE.

C484
EM4.7
LBWA

TE7

D428

HEATER
11

R497

D429
R

AFC

10

1B

R287 1/10GJ100C
R288 1/10GJ100C
R289 1/10GJ100C

LOW +B
8

C482
100EM22
LBWA

R726
1/2DJ2.7K
R716
1/2DJ2.7K

V+B

C493
100PM
2.2X

EC

7. ISOLATION BORDER LINE.


COLD SIDE

KS
GND

HOT SIDE

B
B
EC

E
BC
3
1 2 S
GD

IN CASE
OF TR
IN CASE
OF IC
IN CASE
OF FET

AD (7T200183)

Q,R,S

AE (7QT00202)

Q,R,S

2SC945A
Q,P

AC (7T200182)

O,Y,GR

2SA564A
R

Q,R

Y,GR

R,Q,P

2SA933S
AB (7T200181)

R
Q,R

2SC1815

2SA1015
Y,GR
O,Y,GR

10. "J" : JUMPER WIRE.


"X" : PART NOT USED.

IMPORTANT:
SCHEMATIC PART LOCATION NUMBERS MAY NOT ALWAYS MATCH THE SCHEMATIC SYMBOLS.
THE SCHEMATIC SYMBOLS AND PART DESCRIPTIONS ARE CORRECT AND SHOULD BE USED.
THE PART DESCRIPTIONS WILL BE LISTED UNDER THE LOCATION NUMBER IN THE PARTS LIST.

R704
82

B-OUT
Q701

R481
1/2DJ
47B

<B>

15V

4. PARTS MARKED WITH

C711
CJ270
CL

R619
1/10GJ
22KC

R (7DD00019) 1S2076, 1S2473, DS442, 1N4148

3. ALL CAPACITORS ARE 50WV RATING UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED.

10

R493
DJ560K

<G>

R711
220

TP51

R494
DJ560K

3
9V
5

R491
DJ1K

TP50

K701

12V

M (7ED00025) 1SS176, 1SS133, GMA01

AND RESISTANCE VALUE ARE "1/4".

SOCKET

D683
R

R616
1/10GJ
10KC

8. LIST OF REPLACEABLE DIODES.

2. RESISTORS SPECIFIED WITH TYPE OF RESISTOR, TOLERANCE

C721
CJ270
CL

G-OUT
Q711

R713
1/10GJ
1.2KC

2000KZ
1000HE

D613

R617
FJ
220P

NOTES;
1. RESISTORS SPECIFIED WITH RESISTANCE VALUE ARE "1/6DJ".

TP35

C613
63FJ
6800LBZA

POWER REG.
IC601
SE130NH

D693

K7Y1

GNDCONNECTOR
W900

29

30

31

KD

R602
1/2CM
3.3MXU
:1/2XJ
3.3MVA
:1/2XJ
3.3MVCA

F.B.T
T402

500KK
1000A

SC

C742

C406

TP36

R721
220

R714
1/10GJ82C

FO

3
K7U1

R723
1/10GJ
1.2KC

R727
2SJ
12K

R-OUT
Q721

R724
82

500KK
3900A

<R>

2SJ
12K

Q701/Q711/Q721
2SC2621CRA
:2SC2621(DRA:ERA)
:2SC2688'1'(K:L:M):QT0229Z

C407

HV

K7B

L701

R707

2SJ
12K

63FJ0.1LBZA

Q401
2SC3332R
:2SC3332S

R717

ASSY,PWB,SOCKET G8TCM

J606
J

RELAY DRI.
Q693
AE

R693
1/10GJ
560KC

R404
J

J426
J
C473
HJ0.47G
:63GJ0.47
LBZA

C408
35EM47LBWA

R618
DJ470

C632
250KM
1000VBBW

AC CORD

KD2P

D614

Q613
2SC3069

R694
10K

R692
180K

C693
KY1P

1/2FJ
22

W601

KD1P

J611
1/10GZ0C

R614
J

A2

R607A

R609
1/10GJ
2.2KC

PS601

RL601

J616
J
D612

C601
275GM0.22VDC

R610
DJ1K

L602

16

T401

L401
J
L402
J

2SJ
0.39

D604

D603

J619
1/10GZ
0C
J615
1/10GZ 0C

A1

F601A

R608
1/10GZ0C

J613
1/10GZ 0C

C625

D611
J

R613

D408
J408
J

D625

C628
160EM
220XJ
:160EM
220VEA
R630
DJ 330B

Q402
TXXGA
0137505M

14

L625

1SJ390

H-OUT

R507
1/2DJ1

130V
TJ1

R611
47K

11

<B>

<G>

<R>

<X-RAY>

<POWER FAIL>

130V

R405

R504
6.8K

R506
560

HORIZONTAL DEFLECTION

<H-PULSE>

R503

26V

<H-DRIVE>

C506
63FK5600
R509 LBZB
6.8K

R512
X

C416
250MJ0.27AP
:250MJ0.27AU
:250MJ0.27AY
C411
1500MH7200XK
:1500MH7200AN

C508
CJ56G

B1

C683
16EM100
LBWA

R502TM
3.9K

C516
EM10LBWA

KX4P
C501
35EM
470LBWA

<V-OUT>

<E/W>

VCC
6

IN

OUT
2

GND
2SJ120

R628
DJ1.2K

Q681
AE

C502
35EM220
LBWA

D501

C626
16EM1000
LBWA

R606
J

2SK2638 F82 R612


1/2FJ10

L623

L627

R627
1/10GJ
10KC

R683
1/10GJ
4.7KC

L404
J

Q601

D624
10

C629
16EM220
LBWA

C608
1000KK
1000NH

F601

LF601

F601B
R603
DJ560K
R605
DJ560K

5
13

C622
35EM1000
LBWA

Q627
2SB985S
:2SB985T
:2SA1707S:2SA1707T

D601

C612
63FJ3300
LBZA

R884
KT5P

KT4P

KT3P

KT2P

KTP
KT1P
1

R511A

KX5P

R492
1/6NF33K

TJ2

J427
J

ASSY, PWB, MAIN G8TCM


FOR TEST EQUIPMENT

<POWER ON/OFF>

9V

2SJ2.2

L626
J

D623

26V

100

100
R883

R882

R881

D806
R

D502

12

D602

200EM330XG
:200EM330XL

R604

1 2 3

IC681
PQ050EA1MXP

<POWER FAIL>

R518
1/10
GJ
6.8KC

TJ3

26V

C609

5 VOLTS REG

5V
12V

<R>

7WK1VEA

T601

<B>
<G>

R601

<ALWAYS +5V>

1/10GJ100C

1/10GJ100C

<V-OUT>

D002
R

C631
250KM
1000VBBW
:250KM
1000VBW

R487
390

D486

R485
18K

R006
DJ1.5K

R013
5.6K

<DATA>

D487

SP902

1.0W 10Z

C012
EM1LBWA

2SJ12

Q486
2SD400E-MP
:2SD400F-MP

<CLK>

R517
1/10
GJ
18KC

4 4

C015
16EM330
D472
LBWA

R489
2SJ22
R486

<ACL>

26V

SP901

C3418
PM4.7
LBZA

C003
KK5600
LZB

C001
EM0.22
LBWA

SPEAKER OUT

Q001
AE

<SIF>

R276
12K

KSP
1 1 1

<POWER FAIL>

LA7841

REAR A/V (AV2)

35
34
33
32
31

40

43

SURRTC

TVOUT-L
TVOUT-R
AUX2-L

30

C3424
PM4.7
LBZA

9V
TJ5

IC501

FRONT A/V (AV1)

C3433
KK4700
LZB
C3434
KK0.022
LZB

VEOUT

C004
KK5600
LZB

R004
1/10GJ
1.8KC

R003
1/10GJ
1.8KC

TP34

R499
390

D490

VCAIN

C3426
10TK10DR

C002
EM0.22LBWA

R001
1/10GJ8.2KC

R495
1SJ39

C497
16EM47
LBWA

C218
16EM47LBWA

VCATC

R3426
1/10GJ3.9KC

C3427
EM1LBWA

C3417
25EM4.7
LBWA

C3413
25EM4.7
LBWA

C3412
16EM47
LBWA

R002
1/10GJ8.2KC

Q490
2SD400E-MP
:2SD400F-MP

VCAWGT

R3411
1/10GF
62KC

TP301

TJ6

AUX1-R

VEWGT

C3411
EM0.47
LBWA

L811

D801
R

Video

L3401
J

C3408
EM0.47
LBWA

L812

5V

41

PCINT1
PCINT2
PLINT

TRE-R

MAINOUT

NC 42

MAININ

27

L
4

26

C402
KK0.01
LZB

25

24

R414
100

R411
1/6NF4.7K

23

DGND

IC3401
CXA2134QP

NC

AUX1-L

22

C3406
KK0.012
LZB
C3407
KK5600
LZB

R802
1/10GJ22KC
R803
1/10GJ22KC
R804
10K
R806
1/10GJ4.7KC

21

R1104
1/10GJ
330KC

20

R412
1/2DJ
120

R133
1/10GJ
1KC

19

R204
56

5VB6

18

R201
1/10GJ
5.6KC
R202
1/10GJ
10KC
C207
KK0.01
LZB

R203
6.8K

R135
1/10GJ75C

17

C518
63GJ0.47
LBZA

C201
16EM100
LBWA

TP21

16

15

R1103
1/10GJ
100C

14

<H-PULSE>

13

IIC SDA

12

REMOCON IN

11

C203
16EM10
LBWA
C204
EM3.3
LBWA
C206
16EM220
LBWA

10

HOR
OUT

C401
10EM330
LBWA
R413
1/10GJ
5.6KC

IF Vcc
9

C216
KK0.01
LZB

C202
KK0.01
LZB

Q131
AE

R134
1/10GJ
3.3KC

R132
1/10GJ100C

R131
1/10GJ
33KC

C136
CJ150CL

C138
KK0.01
LZB

C137
KK1000
LZB

4
C134
EM1
LBWA

3
C133
1/10GZ0C

C132
KK0.022
LZB

C131
CJ10CL

HOR
VCC

V/Y
SW

E/W
[952]

SCL

R3407

R868
2.7K

DC
VOL

RGB Vcc

FM
AMP

BPF

POWER FAIL
/ACK

VER
RAMP

MEMORY
IC802

C_SYNC

PHASE
SHIFTER

MUTE

SW

VER
C/D

DRIVE
/CUT-OFF

AV1/2

ABL
ACL

SDA

C3404
PM4.7LBZA

R3406
1/10GJ
100KC

DATA
I/O
PORT I

R1102
1/10GJ
330KC

27

AFC2

LSOUT-L

VER
SEP

LSOUT-R

FS
I

R1101
1/10GJ
100C

26

FBP

BUS SCL

0SD
SW

R3402
1/10GJ
220C
8

AFC1

CONTRAST
BRIGHT

C404
KK6800LZB

FM
DET

C806
6.3EM220
LBWA

ADC

BUS SDA

0SD
CONTRAST

R3401
1/10GJ220C

CLOCK
500K
DET

TIMER
0

25

CLOCK
CONTROL

BUS

STATUS

SPLL

OSB

G
SYNC
SEP

C802
16EM47
LBWA

C801
KK0.01
LZB

BASS-L

C1103
25EM4.7
LBWA

24

OSD
VM
[952]

LIM
AMP

RAM

HS
R

SOUND
DET

ROM

R807
1/10GJ
10KC

22 STIN
NOISETC
SAPOUT
23

HS
VS

R808
1/10GJ
10KC

C1102
25EM4.7
LBWA

AUX2-R

21 SUOUT

ENABLE
VS

HOR
C/D

COLOR
CLAMP

BASE
TIMER

RGB
MATRIX

BS
SG

CPU
CORE

20 NC

BUS
DL
SHARP

V/Y
SW

L801

PDC

TOUT-L

19 VCC

1/256

44

TINT

CVBS

TRAP

C3436
PM4.7
LBZA
C3401
EM0.1
LBWA

CPU TST B

TOUT-R

HOR
VCO

K1101
2

R1 IN

CPU TST G

SW

VC0

VIDEO
DET

BPF

AUDIO PROCESSOR

DEM0

ACC

R1106
1/10GJ
75C

C829
EM1LBWA

D834

R809
1/10GJ4.7KC

BPF

DC
REST
VIF
AMP

D836
R

CPU TST R

POWER

TRAP

R833
10K

R831
1/10 GJ
100KC

VOLIN-R

RESET

L1 IN

I/O
PORT 0

AFT

DAH
YC SW

IF
AGC

CLOCK
CONTROL

RST

18 SAPTC

VDD
V DET
RESET

VIDEO
SW
SN

PLL

17 GND

X-RAY

45

CLMP
DC ADJ

VX0

46

APC1

BASS-R

AFT

FSC
SYNC

CLMP

16 NC

CLMP

IIC SCL

VIDEO
AMP

RF
AGC

15 IREF

IC801

D831

C3439
PM4.7
LBZA

<ALWAYS 5V>

Video/V
Vcc

QXXAVC367
UOC LA76950

V1 IN

C3432
EM0.1
LBWA

R816
1/10GJ
330C

C3431
KK4700
LZB

33

47

34

VOLIN-L
TRE-L
NC

35

48

36

R862
1/10GJ
270KC

KEY IN
C864
KK0.01
LZB

37

COMPIN
14 VGR

38

39

ABL IN

RF AGC

X801

40

41

42

R863
100
C868
KK0.033
LZB

43

44

45

46

47

48

10

49

11

50

R1013
1/10GJ
330KC

C1101
EM2.2
LBWA

R814
1/10GJ
10KC

12

51

C863
CJ18CL

R864
1/10GJ
120KC

C869
EM2.2
LBWA
R866
1/10GJ
100C
D351

R281
1/10GJ10KC

C427
KK0.01LZB

C208
1/10GZ0C
X201

S-SW
52

5V

13

53

R1012
1/10GJ
100C

Q831
AJ

<X-RAY>

54

R1011
1/10GJ
330KC

R813
1/10GJ
10KC

C811
EM1
LBWA

R810
10K

55

R205 1/10GZ0C

C209
KK0.047
LZB

R206
1/10GJ
22KC

56

C212
EM1
LBWA

C213
25EM4.7
LBWA

C129
R129
CJ330 CL 1/10GJ
220C
57

R867
1/10GJ
1MC

R353
10K

GND
8

VCC

R426
680

58

5V

C1007
25EM4.7
LBWA

D843
R

59

R1009
1/10GJ
100C

R2 IN

<ABL IN>

60

Video

<RESET>

61

5
62

C211 EM0.47
LBWA

R136
1/10GJ
1.5KC
C141
63FJ
0.047LBZA

R137
1/10GJ
47KC
63

SW1901

<H-PULSE>

L2 IN
C1006
25EM4.7
LBWA

<S-SW>

25KK0.1 R138
LZB 1/10GJ
47KC

R142
1/10GJ
33KC
C142

R143
1/10GJ
1KC
C147
KK0.01
LZB
64

S-VIDEO

R1008
1/10GJ
75C

C1004
EM2.2
LBWA

<X-RAY>

R128
1/10
GJ820KC
C214
EM2.2
LBWA
R209
1/10GJ
680KC
R208
1/10GJ
680C
R207
1/10GJ
22KC

L141
J

K1002
V2 IN

R144
1/10GZ
0C
R139
1/10GJ
470C

<IF>

X141

TP132

POWER

<V2 IN>

5VB6

S-GND

D1059
UDZS
10BG

<AV1/2>
Q132
AC

VOL.+

<V1 IN>

IC1001
NJM2533MP

L132
J

VOL.-

R1052
1/10GJ
75C

C1059
16EM10
LBWA

R1901
1/10GJ
10KC

K1051
1

<C IN>
TP16

B1
<130V>

CH +

D1052
DZXLB
ZA10B

R1059
470

S-SW

C IN

<Y IN>

D101

CH -

Y IN
R1051
1/10GJ
75C

<KEY IN>

C144
KK0.01
LZB

C103
KK0.01
LZB

D1901

L143

C143
16EM47
LBWA

R107
DJ10K

PRESET

SW1905

L142
J

C101
6.3EM
220LBWA

R857
100

R141
1/10GJ
680C

R856
100

R1911
1K

5VB6

SW1906

5VB6

SW1902

SW1903

C106
EM3.3
LBWA

SW1904

<RF AGC>
L1901

C1051
16EM22LBWA

C1052
KK0.01LZB
R1902
1/10GJ1KC

5V

15

R1903
1/10GJ1.8KC

R1904
1/10GJ2.2KC

AGC

MB

R1905
1/10GJ3.9KC

GND

10

IF

PB

TU+B

CLK

DATA

14 13 12

A1901
U20B40500

R1906
1/10GJ5.6KC

A101

TUNER

D1051
DZXLB
ZA10B

D1902

R1907
1/10GJ12KC

MODEL DS20930

32

C606
250KM
1000VBBW
:250KM
1000VBW

L901
DEG COIL

For parts or service contact


SANYO Fisher Service Corporation
21605 Plummer Street
Chatsworth, CA 91311 (U.S.A.)
300 Applewood Crescent,
Concord, Ontario L4K 5C7 (CANADA)
April / 2004 / 2000 SMC

Printed in U.S.A.

AS

Notice
CORRECTION

PRODUCTION CHANGE

SERVICE FLASH

ADD INFORMATION

FILE NO.
REVISION 04

Please add this notice to the Service Manual listed below.


Category :

COLOR TELEVISION

Model:

DS20930

Date:

JULY / 15 / 2003

Effective from : Chassis No.

Destination: U.S.A. / CANADA

20930-04

REF : No. SM780088-03

NOTE: Match the Chassis No. on the units back cover with the Chassis No. in the Service
Manual. If the Service Manual Chassis No. does not match the units, additional Service
Literature is required. This chassis is similar to Chassis No. 20930-03. Only the
difference Service Information is given in this manual. For detailed Service Information,
refer to the Original Service Manual and Notices for Chassis No. 20930-03 used in Model
DS20930 (SM780088-03).
1. IN THE CHASSIS ELECTRICAL PARTS LIST

The reason for change.


A : Misprint
B : Quality Reliability
D : Design
E : Add as a possible sub
G : Purchasing Request

C : Standardization
F : Schematic location change

Page &
Section

Schematic
Location

Page 19,
Chassis
Electrical
Parts List

R497

Old
401 068 1600
OXIDE-MT 4.7 JA 2W
1
NO
-------------------------------------------------------------New
401 068 6209
OXIDE-MT 5.6 JA 2W
1
NO

A100

Old
610 306 8077
ASSY, PWB, MAIN
1
NO
-------------------------------------------------------------New
610 306 8176
ASSY, PWB, MAIN
1
NO

A700

Old
610 306 8084
ASSY, PWB, SOCKET
1
YES
-------------------------------------------------------------New
610 306 8183
ASSY, PWB, SOCKET
1
YES

Q901

Old
414 012 3209
CRT A51QDX992X003
1
NO
-------------------------------------------------------------New
414 012 3100
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Chassis
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Parts List

Part No.

DS20930, G8TBA, PRODUCT CODE 111367880

Description

Qty

Interchangeability

Reason

REFERENCE No. SM780088-04

For parts or service contact


SANYO Fisher Service Corporation
21605 Plummer Street
Chatsworth, CA 91311 (U.S.A.)
300 Applewood Crescent,
Concord, Ontario L4K 5C7 (CANADA)
July / 2003 / 2000 SMC

Printed in U.S.A.

AS

Notice
CORRECTION

PRODUCTION CHANGE

SERVICE FLASH

ADD INFORMATION

FILE NO.
REVISION 03

Please add this notice to the Service Manual listed below.


Category :

COLOR TELEVISION

Model:

DS20930

Destination:

U.S.A. / CANADA

Date:

JULY / 15 / 2003

Effective from : Chassis No.


REF : No.

20930-03

SM780078

NOTE: Match the Chassis No. on the units back cover with the Chassis No. in the Service Manual.
If the Service Manual Chassis No. does not match the units, additional Service Literature
is required. This chassis is similar to Chassis No. 20930-00, however, all Service Information
is given in this Notice for Chassis No. 20930-03 used in Model DS20930.

Contents

Specifications

Safety Instructions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
Service Adjustments . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 - 9
Purity and Convergence . . . . . . . . . 10 - 11
Service Hints . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
Mechanical Disassemblies. . . . . . . . . . . 13
Chassis Electrical Parts List . . . . . . 14 - 20
Cabinet Parts List . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
Component and Test Point
Locations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22 - 24
Schematic Insert . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25 - 32
Schematic Notes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25
Pin Layouts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25
Capacitor and Resistor Codes . . . . . . 25
Block Diagram . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26 - 27
Voltage Charts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26 - 28
Waveforms. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28
Schematic Diagrams . . . . . . . . . . 29 - 32

Power Rating . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 120V, 60Hz


75W (Avg), 2.0A (Max)
Antenna Input Impedance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 75
UHF/VHF/CATV
Receiving Channel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 - 13 (VHF),
14 - 69 (UHF),
01, 14-94, 95-125 (CATV)
Remote Ready . . . . . . . . . . 24 Key Remote Control
Sound Output . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.0 W/CH
Intermediate Frequency
Picture IF Carrier . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45.75MHz
Sound IF Carrier . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41.25MHz
Color Sub Carrier . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42.17MHz
Picture Tube . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A51QDX992X003
Semiconductors
Integrated Circuits. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
Transistors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
Except within Tuner and RC Pre-Amp.
Cabinet Dimensions
Width . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 588mm
Height . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 466mm
Depth . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 493mm

DS20930, G8TAA, PRODUCT CODE 111367880

REFERENCE No. SM780088-03

SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
WARNING: The chassis of this receiver has a floating
ground with the potential of one half the AC line voltage in
respect to earth ground. Service should not be attempted by
anyone not familiar with the precautions necessary when
working on this type of equipment.
The following precautions must be observed:
1. An isolation transformer must be connected in the power
line between the receiver and the AC line before any service is performed on the receiver.

READING SHOULD NOT EXCEED 750 mV.


AC VOLTMETER
(5000 ohms per volt or more sensitivity)

TELEVISION
RECEIVER

2. Comply with all caution and safety-related notes provided on the side of the cabinet, inside the cabinet, on the
chassis, and the picture tube.

1500 ohm
10 watt

3. When replacing a chassis in the cabinet, always be certain


that all the protective devices are installed properly, such
as control knobs, adjustment covers, shields and barriers.
DO NOT OPERATE THIS TELEVISION RECEIVER
WITHOUT THE PROTECTIVE SHIELD IN POSITION AND
PROPERLY SECURED.
4. Before replacing the back cover of the set, thoroughly
inspect the inside of the cabinet to see that no stray parts
or tools have been left inside.
Before returning any television to the customer, the
service technician must perform the following safety
checks to be sure that the unit is completely safe to
operate without danger of electrical shock.

ANTENNA COLD CHECK


Remove AC plug from the 120 VAC outlet and place a
jumper across the two blades. Connect one lead of an ohmmeter to the jumpered AC plug, and touch the other lead to
each exposed antenna terminal (UHF and VHF antenna terminals). The resistance must measure between 1M ohm and
5.2M ohm. Any resistance value below or above this range
indicates an abnormality which requires corrective action.

LEAKAGE CURRENT CHECK


Plug the AC line cord directly into a 120 VAC outlet. (Do not
use an isolation transformer for this check.) Use an AC voltmeter, that has 5000 ohms per volt or more sensitivity.
Connect a 1500 ohm 10 watt resistor, paralleled by a 0.15 F
150 VAC capacitor, between a known good earth ground
(water pipe, conduit, etc.) and all exposed metal parts of the
cabinet (antennas, handle bracket, metal cabinet, screw
heads, metal overlays, control shafts, etc.). Measure the AC
voltage across the 1500 ohm resistor. The AC voltage
should not exceed 750 mV. A reading exceeding 750 mV
indicates that a dangerous potential exists. The fault must
be located and corrected. Repeat the above test with the
receiver power plug reversed.
NEVER RETURN A RECEIVER TO THE CUSTOMER
WITHOUT TAKING THE NECESSARY CORRECTIVE ACTION.

Good earth ground


such as a water pipe,
conduit, etc.

0.15 F 150V AC

AC OUTLET

To be touched to all of exposed metal parts.


Voltmeter Hook-up for Leakage Current Check.

X-RADIATION PRECAUTION
The primary source of X-RADIATION in solid-state receivers is
the picture tube. The picture tube is specially constructed to
limit X-Ray emission. For continued X-RADIATION protection,
the replacement tube must be the same type as the original
(including the suffix letter in the part numbers). Excessive high
voltage may produce potentially hazardous X-RADIATION. To
avoid such hazards, the high voltage must be maintained within
specific limits. Refer to the X-RADIATION WARNING NOTE on
the CHASSIS SCHEMATIC in this service manual for specific
high voltage limits. If the high voltage exceeds specified limits,
check the components specified on the chassis schematic
diagram and take the necessary corrective action. Carefully
follow the instructions for the +B Voltage Check and the High
Voltage Check to maintain the high voltage within the specified
limits.

HIGH VOLTAGE HOLD-DOWN TEST


To prevent X-RADIATION from the picture tube due to
excessive high voltage, a HOLD-DOWN circuit is provided in
the high voltage circuit. Every time the receiver is serviced,
the high voltage HOLD-DOWN circuit must be tested for
proper operation. Refer to the HIGH VOLTAGE HOLDDOWN TEST in service adjustments.

PRODUCT SAFETY NOTICE


When replacing components in a receiver, always keep in
mind the necessary product safety precautions. Pay special
attention to the replacement of components marked with a
star () in the parts list and in the schematic diagrams. To
ensure safe product operation, it is necessary to replace
those components with the exact same PARTS.

SERVICE ADJUSTMENTS
GENERAL
This set has an On-screen Service Menu system included in the CPU that allows remote operation for most of the service adjustments.
To enter the Service Menu, first disconnect the AC power cord. Then while pressing the MENU key on the front control panel, reconnect the AC power cord. The adjustments can now be made with the remote control or front control panel keys.

ON-SCREEN SERVICE MENU SYSTEM


1. Enter the Service Menu:
While pressing the MENU key on the front control panel, reconnect the AC power cord. The Service Menu Display will now
appear. (See Figure 1.)

NO.
DATA
XX OPT XXX XXXXXXXX
TITLE
ITEM NO.

BINARY DATA
(8 bit)

DECIMAL DATA

Figure 1. Service Menu Display


2. Service Adjustments:
Press the or key to select the desired service menu you want to adjust. (See page 4 for On-screen Service Menu.)

Use the + or key to adjust the data.


3. Exit from the Service Menu:
Press the MENU key to turn off the Service Menu display.

IC802 (EEPROM) REPLACEMENT


When IC802 (EEPROM) is replaced, IC801 (CPU) will automatically write the initial reference data into IC802 for basic TV operation.
However, the bus data should be checked and some bus data should be set up before attempting the service adjustments.
(See pages 4 6 for detailed information.)

INITIAL BUS DATA SETUP


Note: When IC802 (EEPROM) is replaced, change the following initial reference data for proper TV operation before
attempting the service adjustments.
1. Disconnect the AC power cord (AC 120V line).
2. While pressing the MENU key on the front control panel, reconnect the AC power cord.
The Service Menu display will now appear.
3. Select NO. 03 HP (H Phase) with or key. Adjust the data with + or key for 14.
4. Select NO. 04 VS (V Size) with or key. Adjust the data with + or key for 33.
5. Select NO. 07 VLN (V Lin) with or key. Adjust the data with + or key for 13.
6. Select NO. 10 VSC (V S Correction) with or key. Adjust the data with + or key for 6.
7. Select NO. 11 HBL (H Blanking Right) with or key. Adjust the data with + or key for 1.
8. Select NO. 12 HBL (H Blanking Left) with or key. Adjust the data with + or key for 5.
9. Select NO. 19 GD (Green Drive) with or key. Adjust the data with + or key for 6.
10. Select NO. 28 PRE (Preshoot Adj) with or key. Adjust the data with + or key for 3.
11. Select NO. 33 BSS (Black Streak Start) with or key. Adjust the data with + or key for 0.
12. Select NO. 37 AF (Auto Flesh) with or key. Adjust the data with + or key for 1.
13. Select NO. 54 SCO (Sub Color) with or key. Adjust the data with + or key for 14.
14. Select NO. 55 STI (Sub Tint) with or key. Adjust the data with + or key for 24.
15. Select NO. 57 OPT (SA Option ) with or key. Adjust the data with + or key for 100.
16. Select NO. 58 OP2 (SA Option 2) with or key. Adjust the data with + or key for 32.
17. Select NO. 63 SBO (Sub Bright Offset) with or key. Adjust the data with + or key for 4.
18. Press the MENU key to turn off the Service Menu display.

Table 1. ON-SCREEN SERVICE MENU


When IC802 (EEPROM) is replaced, check the bus data to confirm they are the same as below. The shaded menu should be
checked and be set up or readjusted according to the procedures described in the following pages. Initial Setup Data marked
with an * should be changed from Initial Reference Data. (See page 3 for Initial Bus Data Setup.)
NO.

TITLE

INITIAL REFERENCE
DATA

INITIAL SETUP
DATA

RANGE OF DATA

01

HFR

29

29

0~63

02

AFC

0, 1

AFC Gain & Gate

03

HP

15

14*

0~31

Horizontal Phase (Horizontal Centering)

04

VS

64

33*

0~127

Vertical Size

05

VPO

0~63

Vertical Position

06

VSP

0, 1

Vertical Set Up (Sync Sensitivity)

07

VLN

18

13*

0~31

Vertical Linearity

08

CRS

0~3

Cross B/W

09

GRY

0, 1

Gray Mode

10

VSC

6*

0~31

Vertical S Correction

11

HBR

1*

0~7

H BLK R

12

HBL

5*

0~7

H BLK L

13

CDM

0, 1

C D Mode

14

VC

0~7

Vertical Compression

FUNCTION
Horizontal Frequency

15

RB

0~255

Red Bias

16

GB

0~255

Green Bias

17

BB

0~255

Blue Bias

18

RD

64

64

0~127

Red Drive

19

GD

6*

0~15

Green Drive

20

BD

64

64

0~127

Blue Drive

21

SBI

48

48

0~127

22

OSD

0~3

23

POS

0, 1

Pre/Over SW

24

FLS

0~7

Filter System

25

CKO

0~7

Color Killer Operation

26

GYA

0, 1

G-Y Angle

27

CRG

0~3

Coring Gain

28

PRE

3*

0~3

Pre Shoot Adjust

Sub Bias
OSD Contrast

29

WP

0, 1

White Peak Limiter

30

FSW

0, 1

FBP Blanking Switch

31

VBL

0, 1

Vertical Blanking Switch

32

BSG

0~3

Black Str Gain

33

BSS

0*

0~3

Black Str Start

34

DCR

0~3

DC Reset

35

YGM

0~3

Y Gamma

36

CBP

0, 1

C Bypass

37

AF

1*

0, 1

Auto Flesh

38

BAT

0~7

Bright ABL Threshold

39

MSD

0, 1

Mid Stop Def

40

ABL

0, 1

Auto Bright Limit

41

RYA

0~15

R-Y/B-Y Angle

42

RAD

15

15

0~63

RF AGC Delay

43

IAS

0, 1

IF AGC

44

FMM

0, 1

FM Mute

45

FL

15

15

0~31

FM Level

Table 1. ON-SCREEN SERVICE MENU (Continued)


When IC802 (EEPROM) is replaced, check the bus data to confirm they are the same as below. The shaded menu should be
checked and be set up or readjusted according to the procedures described in the following pages. Initial Setup Data
marked with an * should be changed from Initial Reference Data. (See page 3 for Initial Bus Data Setup.)
NO.

TITLE

INITIAL REFERENCE
DATA

INITIAL SETUP
DATA

RANGE OF DATA

FUNCTION

46

VL

0~7

Video Level

47

EWD

39

39

0~63

EW DC

48

EWA

30

30

0~63

EW Amp

49

EWT

34

34

0~63

EW Tilt

50

EWP

0~7

EW Corner Top

51

EWB

0~7

EW Corner Bottom

52

HSC

0~7

Horiz Size Comp

53

SB

32

32

0~63

Sub Bright

54

SCO

14*

0~31

Sub Color

55

STI

20

24*

0~31

Sub Tint

56

SSH

12

12

0~31

Sub Sharpness

57

OPT

100*

0~255

Option (See Note 1 page 6.)

58

OP2

32*

0~255

Option 2 (See Note 2 page 6.)

59

HR

27

27

0~63

OSD Horizontal Position

60

ATT

0~63

Input Level

61

WDB

32

32

0~63

Wideband

62

SPC

32

32

0~63

Spectral

63

SBO

4*

0~255

Sub Bright Offset

64

PCO

40

40

0~63

PIP Color

65

PTI

40

40

0~63

PIP Tint

66

PUV

24

24

0~63

PIP Top Position

67

PDV

147

147

0~255

PIP Bottom Position

68

PLH

10

10

0~63

PIP Left Position

69

PRH

101

101

0~255

PIP Right Position

70

PCN

42

42

0~63

PIP Y Level

71

PBS

15

15

0~63

PIP BGP Phase

72

DRV

64

64

0~127

Red Drive Adjustment

(See Note 3 page 6.)

64

64

0~127

Blue Drive Adjustment

(See Note 3 page 6.)

0~255

Red Bias Adjustment

(See Note 4 page 6.)

0~255

Green Bias Adjustment

(See Note 4 page 6.)

0~255

Blue Bias Adjustment

(See Note 4 page 6.)

73

SERVICE ADJUSTMENTS (Continued)


PROGRAM CODES

DRIVE / BIAS ADJUSTMENTS

The microprossesor used in this model is a multi-purpose


type and is used in several different models. To ensure
proper operation and the correct features for your particular model, the Program Codes must be correct.

Note 3. Red/Blue Drive Adjustments in Service Menu NO.


72 DRV: Adjust Red and Blue Drive Levels alternately with
1, 3, 7, and 9 keys on the remote control. (See Figure 2.) The
Drive Level adjustment data will be written in the Service
Menu No. 18 and 20 automatically.

Note 1. Option Data 1 (NO. 57 OPT) should be decimal 100


(01100100 binary). See page 3 INITIAL DATA SETUP, step
12, for set up procedure. If this program code is wrong the
TV will not operate properly.
BIT

FUNCTION

1
RD()

DATA
0

0, 1

TV
HOTEL
MONITOR

00: TV
01: HOTEL
10: MONITOR
11: INHIBITED (=TV)

VIDEO INPUT

NONE

3, 4

CLOCK

NOT USED

STEREO/MONO

MONO

6, 7

SURROUND

(N/A)

(N/A)

BD()

(N/A)

BD(+)

STEREO

00: NONE
01: YES
10: NOT USED
11: NOT USED

Note 2. Option Data 2 (NO. 58 OP2) should be decimal 32


(00100000 binary). See page 3 INITIAL DATA SETUP, step
13, for set up procedure. If this program code is wrong the
TV will not operate properly.

YES

NONE

COLOR ENHANCER

NOT USED

INITIAL CHANNEL

NOT USED

NOT USED

NOT USED

PIP

AV1/AV1, AV2

TONE/BASS, TREBLE

GAME KEY

NOT USED
AV1

AV1, AV2

NOT USED
NONE

(N/A)

RB(+)

GB()

(N/A)

GB(+)

BB()

(N/A)

BB(+)

Figure 3.

DATA

VGUIDE

FOR BLUE DRIVE ADJUSTMENT

Note 4. Red/Green/Blue Bias Adjustments in Service Menu


NO. 73: Adjust each Bias Level with 1, 3, 4, 6, 7, or 9 key on
the remote control. (See Figure 3.) The Bias Level adjustment data will be written in the Service Menu No. 15 ~ 17
automatically.

YES

FOR RED DRIVE ADJUSTMENT

Figure 2.

FUNCTION

3
RD(+)

(N/A)

RB()

BIT

2
(N/A)

YES

FOR RED BIAS ADJUSTMENT


FOR GREEN BIAS ADJUSTMENT
FOR BLUE BIAS ADJUSTMENT

ANTENNA CONNECTIONS

VCO ADJUSTMENT

This receiver is designed for UHF/VHF reception. A 75 ohm


terminal is provided for UHF and VHF receptions. When
connecting a CATV antenna system, connect the 75 ohm
coaxial cable directly to the 75 ohm terminal. For 300 ohm
VHF antenna, use an adapter (not included with the TV set).

Note: VCO must be adjusted after IC101 (Signal Processor),


IC802 (EEPROM) or T151 (VCO Coil) is replaced.

CIRCUIT PROTECTION
Fuse F601 (4A) is included in the AC line. This fuse must be
replaced with the proper fuse (see Parts List).
CAUTION

4A 125V

FOR CONTINUED PROTECTION AGAINST


A RISK OF FIRE, REPLACE ONLY WITH
THE SAME TYPE 4A, 125V FUSE.
ATTENTION : POUR MAINTENIR LA PROTECTION CONTRE LES RISQUES
D INCENDIE UTILISER UN FUSIBLE DE
RECHANGE DE MEME TYPE 4A, 125V.

+B VOLTAGE CHECK
Connect Voltmeter + lead to TJ1 130V and lead to ground
(TE7). Connect receiver to AC 120V line. Tune receiver to an
active channel. Reset the picture controls to the FACTORY
PRESET levels (press remote control RESET key twice).
Voltage must measure between +128.0V and +132.0V. If the
voltage is out of this range, the power circuit must be
checked. No +B adjustment is provided on this chassis.

HORIZONTAL CENTERING ADJUSTMENT


1. Tune receiver to an active channel.
2. Check that picture is in the horizontal center of TV screen.
If picture is not centered horizontally, perform steps 3 ~ 6.
3. Turn off the receiver and disconnect the AC power cord.
4. While pressing the MENU key, reconnect the AC power
cord. The Service Menu display will now appear.
5. Select NO. 03 HP (Horizontal Phase) with or key.
6. Adjust the data with + or key for horizontal center. To
turn off the Service Menu display, press the MENU key.

1. Tune receiver to an active channel.


2. Set the picture controls to the Sports level.
3. Connect digital voltmeter + lead to pin 58 of IC101 and
lead to ground (TE 7).
4. Confirm a reading of 3.6 0.2 VDC.
5. If voltage is out of specifications adjust T151 for
3.6 0.2 VDC.

RF AGC ADJUSTMENT
1. Tune receiver to strongest VHF station in your area.
2. Set contrast and brightness controls for maximum.
3. Turn off the receiver and disconnect the AC power cord
(120V AC line).
4. While pressing the MENU key, reconnect the AC power
cord. The Service Menu display will now appear.
5. Select NO. 42 RAD (RF AGC Delay) with or key.
6. Adjust the data with + or key in the direction which
causes snow to appear; then in the opposite direction
until the snow just disappears.
7 . To turn off the Service Menu display, press the MENU key.

VIDEO LEVEL
1. Connect color-bar generator to antenna terminals.
2. Turn off the receiver and disconnect the AC power cord
(AC 120V line).
3. Connect oscilloscope to TP16 (Q202 emitter) and ground.
4. While pressing the Menu key, reconnect the AC power
cord. The Service Menu will now appear.
5. Select NO. 46 VL (Video Level) with the or key.
6. Adjust the + or key for an oscilloscope reading of 1.0
0.1 VP-P at TP16. Press the MENU key to turn off the
Service Menu display.

VERTICAL SIZE ADJUSTMENT


1. Tune receiver to an active channel.
2. Check the vertical size of the picture. If the vertical size is
too large or small, perform steps 3 ~ 6.
3. Turn off the receiver and disconnect the AC power cord.
4. While pressing the MENU key, reconnect the AC power
cord. The Service Menu display will now appear.
5. Select NO. 04 VS (Vertical Size) with or key.
6. Adjust the data with + or key for full scan. To turn off
the Service Menu display, press the MENU key.

VERTICAL CENTERING ADJUSTMENT


1. Tune receiver to an active channel.
2. Check that picture is in the center of TV screen. If picture
center is too low, add resistor R513 (1K ohm 1/2W). If picture
center is too high, add resistor R512 (1K ohm, 1/2W).

1.0 0.1 VP-P

Figure 4.

SERVICE ADJUSTMENTS (Continued)


BRIGHTNESS LEVEL ADJUSTMENT

GRAYSCALE ADJUSTMENT
1. Set the picture controls to the Sports levels or Reset
(use MENU key and or key or RESET key).
2. Turn off the receiver and disconnect the AC power cord
(120V AC line).
3. While pressing the MENU key, reconnect the AC power
cord. The Service Menu display will now appear.
4. Select NO. 15 RB (Red Bias), NO. 16 GB (Green Bias),
and NO. 17 BB (Blue Bias) with or key and set each
data to 0 with + or key.
5. Select NO. 18 RD (Red Drive) and NO. 20 BD (Blue Drive)
with or key and set each data to 64 with + or key.
6. Set NO. 19 GD (Green Drive Reduction) data to 6, NO. 53
SB (Sub-Brightness) data to 32, NO. 54 SCO (Sub Color)
data to 14, NO. 55 STI (Sub Tint) to 24, and NO. 56 SSH
(Sub Sharpness) data to 12 with or , and + or keys.
7. Turn Screen Control (T402) to minimum (fully counterclockwise).
8. Select the Service Menu NO. 73 (Bias Adjustments) with
or key.
9. Advance Screen Control (T402) clockwise to obtain just
visible one color line. If line does not appear, place this
control to maximum (fully clockwise).
10. Raise each Bias Level with 3, 6, and 9 keys to obtain just
visible white line. See Figure 5.
1
RB()

(N/A)

RB(+)

GB()

(N/A)

GB(+)

BB()

(N/A)

BB(+)

FOR RED BIAS ADJUSTMENT


FOR GREEN BIAS ADJUSTMENT
FOR BLUE BIAS ADJUSTMENT

Figure 5. Remote Control Number keys functions in


Service Menu NO. 73
11. Select the Service Menu NO. 72 DRV (Drive Adjustments)
with or key.
12. Adjust Red and Blue Drive Levels alternately with 1, 3,
7, or 9 key to produce normal black and white picture in
highlight areas. (See Figure 6.)
1
RD()

(N/A)

RD(+)

(N/A)

(N/A)

(N/A)

BD()

(N/A)

BD(+)

FOR RED DRIVE ADJUSTMENT

FOR BLUE DRIVE ADJUSTMENT

Note: Grayscale, RF AGC, Video Level, and High Voltage Check


must be adjusted before attempting Brightness Level
Adjustment.
1.
2.
3.
4.

5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.

Connect a color-bar generator to the antenna terminals.


Switch the generator to the crosshatch pattern.
Reset the picture controls to the Sports levels.
Connect voltmeter (high impedance) + lead to terminal
TP51 and lead to terminal TP50 on main board. Set
voltmeter for 1.5V ~ 3V range.
Turn off the receiver and disconnect the AC power cord.
While pressing the MENU key, reconnect the AC power
cord. The Service Menu display will now appear.
Select NO. 53 SB (Sub Brightness) with or key.
Adjust the data with + or key for 680mVDC.
Press the MENU key to turn off the Service Menu display.
Check brightness level on every active channel, readjust
(repeat steps 5 ~ 9), if necessary.

Note: Do not set to excessive brightness level, otherwise


the contrast level will be suppressed.

HIGH VOLTAGE HOLD-DOWN TEST


Every time the receiver is serviced, the HIGH VOLTAGE
HOLD-DOWN circuit must be tested for proper operation by
following these steps:
1. Connect receiver to 120V AC line. Tune receiver to
active channel. Reset the picture controls to the Sports
levels.
2. Check that the voltage measured between TP7 and TE7
(ground side) is within 16.5 VDC to 21 VDC. If the voltage is out of this range, the Hold-Down Circuit must be
checked.
3. Connect a DC Voltage supply to TP7 and TE7 through a
100 ohm 1/4W resistor. Adjust the DC voltage to 23 VDC.
The receiver should shutdown, losing raster and sound.
Then the receiver should turn off automatically. This
reaction indicates that the Hold-Down circuit is functioning properly. If the receiver does not shutdown, a
malfunction is indicated and its cause must be found
and corrected.
4. To obtain picture again, remove the DC Supply and wait
a few minutes. Now turn on the receiver.

HIGH VOLTAGE CHECK


Note: +B (+130V) Voltage Check and Grayscale Adjustment
must be completed before attempting high voltage
Check.

Figure 6. Remote Control Number keys functions in


Service Menu NO. 72 DRV
13. Check for proper grayscale at all brightness levels.
To turn off the Service Menu display, press the MENU key.
Note: If Grayscale Adjustment is made after picture tube
replacement, check Brightness Level Adjustment.

FOCUS ADJUSTMENT
Adjust focus control (T402) for well defined scanning lines.

1. Connect high voltage voltmeter lead to ground, and


connect + lead to anode of picture tube.
2. Tune receiver to an active channel and confirm TV is
operating properly.
3. Eliminate the beam current by adjusting the contrast
and brightness controls to minimum.
4. Confirm high voltage is within 28.0 KV and 31.1 KV. If
reading is not within range, check horizontal circuit.
No high voltage adjustment is provided on this chassis.

SOUND ADJUSTMENT

SEPARATION ADJUSTMENT

1. Connect a color-bar generator to the antenna terminals


with audio signal of 1KHz at 100% modulation.
2. Set the picture controls to the Sports levels
3. Connect oscilloscope + lead to TP21 (base Q135) and
lead to ground.
4. Turn off the receiver and disconnect the AC power cord
(AC 120V line).
5. While pressing the Menu key, reconnect the AC power
cord. The Service Menu will now appear.
6. Select NO. 45 FL (FM Level) with the or key.
7. Adjust the data with the + or key for an oscilloscope
reading of 0.693 10% VP-P at TP21.
8. Press the MENU key to turn off the Service Menu display
and disconnect the oscilloscope from the chassis.

7. Turn off the receiver and disconnect the AC power cord


(AC 120V line).
8. Connect oscilloscope CH1 to TP317 and CH2 to TP318
and ground.
9. Connect an MTS TV/Stereo generator to antenna terminal.
10. While pressing the Menu key, reconnect the AC power
cord. The Service Menu will now appear.
11. Select pilot, 300Hz audio frequency and Left modulating
signal.
12. Select NO. 61 WDB (Wide Band) with the or key.
13. Adjust the + or key for minimum low frequencies at
TP317. See Figure 8.
14. Select 4 KHz audio frequency and Right modulating signal.
15. Select NO. 62 SPC (Spectral) with the or key.
16. Adjust the + or key for minimum high frequencies at
TP318. See Figure 8.
Repeat adjustments (steps 1116) until no further decreases
in amplitude can be obtained. Press the MENU key to turn
off the Service Menu display.

0.693 10% VP-P

Minimize L leakage

Figure 7.

TP317 (R)

MULTI-SOUND SECTION ADJUSTMENTS

300Hz

Note: Multi-Sound Section must be adjusted after


IC101 (Signal Processor), IC3401 (MTS Decoder), or
IC802 (EEPROM) is replaced.

Minimize R leakage
TP318 (L)
4KHz

INPUT LEVEL ADJUSTMENT


1. Connect a signal to the antenna terminals with audio of
1 KHZ 100% modulation.
2. Turn off the receiver and disconnect the AC power cord
(AC 120V line).
3. Connect voltmeter (RMS) to TP317 and ground.
4. While pressing the Menu key, reconnect the AC power
cord. The Service Menu will now appear.
5. Select NO. 60 ATT (Attenuation) with the or key.
6. Adjust the + or key for a voltmeter reading of 400 20
mVrms at TP317.

Figure 8. Separation Adjustments

PURITY AND CONVERGENCE ADJUSTMENTS


CAUTION: The Purity and Convergence adjustments have been made at the factory. Readjustments should be made
only after the picture tube or deflection yoke is replaced. Follow the steps below for necessary readjustments.

PURITY ADJUSTMENTS
DEFLECTION YOKE

RUBBER
WEDGE
DEFLECTION YOKE
MOUNTING SCREW

Figure 1. Deflection Yoke Movement

PURITY
MAGNET
TABS
SIX-POLE
MAGNET TABS

FOUR-POLE
MAGNET TABS

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1. When replacing picture tube or deflection yoke, mount


deflection yoke and purity and convergence magnets
assembly properly. See Figure 1. Position the picture
tube facing east or west. Demagnetize the picture tube
and receiver using an external degaussing coil. Set
receiver to Service Menu NO. 73 (no vertical sweep)
while degaussing.
2. Place the yoke on tube neck fully forward against glass.
3. Place the CPM on the tube neck aligning the center of
the purity magnet tabs over center of Focus Gap (G3 & G4).
See Figure 2.
4. Connect a color-bar generator to the antenna terminal.
Switch the generator to a white field. Move yoke backward on the neck until a uniform white field is obtained.
5. Allow 30 minutes warm up on a blank white field (high
intensity grayscale).
Note: If white field cannot be obtained check Grayscale
Adjustments on page 8.
6. Reset the picture controls to the Auto levels. Select a green
raster, either with the signal generator or by adjusting the
bias controls. If a signal generator is used for this step skip
to Step 11. If the bias controls will be used go to step 7.
7. Adjust Service Menu NO. 15 RB (Red Bias), NO. 16 GB
(Green Bias), and NO. 17 BB (Blue Bias) data each to 00.
8. Select Service Menu NO. 73 (no vertical sweep).
9. Adjust the Screen Control counterclockwise until the
horizontal scan line is no longer visible.
10. Select Service Menu NO. 16 GB (Green Bias) and
increase the data to produce a green raster. If retrace
lines appear reduce screen control slightly.
11. Pull yoke back on tube neck to obtain three-color raster
(blue, green and red).
12. Adjust the angle between the two purity magnet tabs to
center the vertical green belt in the picture tube. Do not
rotate tabs. See Figure 3.
13. Slowly slide the deflection yoke forward until a uniform
green screen is obtained.
14. Check the purity of the red and blue screens for uniformity. Turn off other colors to check (use bias controls or
use generator). If necessary, readjust the yoke position
until all screens are pure.
15. If bias controls and screen control were used to set purity reset Grayscale and Bright Level. Refer to Grayscale
Adjustment on page 8 and Brightness Level Adustment
on page 8.
16. Confirm that the yoke is not tilted. Tighten the yoke
mounting screw. Adjust convergence next.

ANGLE
OF TABS
FOCUS GAP
(G3-G4)

Figure 2. Purity and Convergence Magnets

ANGLE OF MAGNET TABS

MAGNET TABS

Figure 3. Adjusting Magnet

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CONVERGENCE ADJUSTMENT
CENTER CONVERGENCE ADJUSTMENT

OUTER AREA CONVERGENCE ADJUSTMENT

1. Connect a crosshatch generator to antenna terminals.


2. Set Contrast to low level to eliminate blooming. Reduce
Brightness level to obtain black background if necessary.
3. Adjust the angle between the four-pole magnet tabs 1
and 2 (Figure 2), and superimpose the red and blue vertical lines in the center area of the picture screen. See
Figure 4.
4. Keeping the tabs at the same angle, rotate them together
to superimpose the blue and red horizontal lines in the
center area of the picture screen. See Figure 4.
5. Adjust the six-pole magnet tabs 3 and 4 so the converged red/blue line is superimposed on the green line.
This is the same procedure used in steps 3 and 4. See
Figure 5.

The outer area convergence is performed by positioning of


the yoke as follows:
1. Move the top of the yoke toward or away from the picture tube. This movement will affect the vertical lines at
the top and bottom and the horizontal lines at the sides.
See Figure 6.
2. Check that splits at 12 oclock and 6 oclock positions
are minimized, adjust yoke for best compromise.
Secure with wedge at 12 oclock position. See Figure 1.
3. Move the side of the yoke toward or away from the picture tube to converge the horizontal lines at the top and
bottom and the vertical lines at the sides. See Figure 7.
4. Check that splits at 12 oclock and 6 o,clock are minimized, adjust yoke for best compromise. Secure yoke
position with the side wedges. See Figure 1.
Note: When re-using the rubber wedges, apply a small
amount of silicone rubber adhesive or hot melt to
each of the wedges.

BLUE
GREEN
BLUE

RED

BLUE

RED
GREEN
Adjust four-pole tabs angle to
superimpose blue and red vertical
line.

Adjust four-pole tabs together


to superimpose red and blue
horizontal line.

RED

Figure 4. Blue and Red Line Movement


Line movement when adjusting
top of yoke in and out.

Figure 6. Top of Yoke Movement

BLUE
GREEN
RED

BLUE / RED

BLUE
GREEN
RED

BLUE
GREEN
RED

GREEN

Adjust six-pole tabs angle to


superimpose red / blue and
green vertical line.

Adjust six-pole tabs together


to superimpose red / blue and
green horizontal line.
BLUE
GREEN
RED

Figure 5. Blue/Red and Green Line Movement

Line movement when adjusting


side of yoke in and out.

Figure 7. Side of Yoke Movement

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SERVICE HINTS
POWER FAILURE DETECTOR
This unit is equipped with a Power Failure Detector function included in the CPU which checks for an abnormal condition in
the chassis power supplies, including the power supply derived from the Horizontal Output Transformer.
If, while the power is on, a failure is caused by any of the following that results in a low voltage supply, the CPU will turn the
unit off in 1.5 seconds to prevent further damage:

Failure within the power supply circuits.


A short circuit in the load side from the supply.
Stoppage of the Horizontal Output Oscillator caused by the X Radiation protection Hold-Down Circuit.
If, while the power is off, the power is switched on and any of these failures remains uncorrected, the CPU will shut off the
power within three seconds.
Check the following if the unit is turned off by the power failure detector.
1. Disconnect the AC power cord (120V AC line) for at least 10 seconds.
2. Connect a DC Voltmeter to the following TEST POINTS.

TJ6
D429 Cathode

5V
5V

3. Press the Power key and check for the proper voltage supplies.
4. If either of these voltages is low, the power failure detector should turn the unit off within three seconds.
5. Check all circuits listed above.
Note: This unit is equipped with a Power Surge Protection feature included in the CPU. If power failure occurs three times
within 15 minutes, the CPU will automatically stop functioning to help prevent secondary damage. (TV will not turn on
by pressing the power key.) To reset the operating programs within the CPU, disconnect the AC power cord for at least
10 seconds.

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MECHANICAL DISASSEMBLIES
CABINET BACK REMOVAL

CHASSIS REMOVAL

1. Refer to Figure 1, remove 8 screws.


2. Pull off cabinet back and remove.

1. Remove cabinet back.


2. Discharge the picture tube anode (2nd anode lead) to the
dag coating (picture tube grounding lead).
3. Disconnect degaussing coil socket (KD), picture tube
socket, deflection yoke connector (KX), speaker
connector (KSP), picture tube ground leads, and 2nd
anode lead.
4. Remove chassis completely by sliding it straight back.

PICTURE TUBE REMOVAL


CAUTION: Do not disturb the deflection yoke or magnet
assembly on the picture tube neck. Care must be taken to
keep these assemblies intact, unless picture tube is being
replaced. Discharge the picture tube to the coating before
handling the tube.
AV2 INPUT

1. Remove chassis, see Chassis Removal instructions.


2. Place cabinets front face down on a soft surface.
3. Remove the screw on each corner of the picture tube and
GENTLY lift the picture tube out of the cabinet.
4. Install a replacement picture tube in reverse order.
Properly install the degaussing coil and picture tube
grounding lead on the picture tube. See Figure 2.

AUDIO
L

S-VIDEO
(MONO)

UHF / VHF / CATV


75

VIDEO

Figure 1. Cabinet Back Removal

Note: If Picture Tube is being replaced, mount the Degaussing


Coil properly on the tube. See Figure 2.
DEGAUSSING
COIL

DEGAUSSING
COIL HOLDER
DEGAUSSING
COIL HOLDER

TO PICTURE TUBE
SOCKET BOARD
GROUND

DEGAUSSING
COIL SOCKET
PICTURE-TUBE
GROUNDING LEAD

Figure 2. Picture Tube Removal

13

CHASSIS ELECTRICAL PARTS LIST


CAUTION: To Protect against electrical shock and for continued product safety, refer to SAFETY PRECAUTIONS,
X-RADIATION PRECAUTIONS, HIGH VOLTAGE HOLD-DOWN TEST, and PRODUCT SAFETY NOTICE on Page 2.

PRODUCT SAFETY NOTICE


PRODUCT SAFETY SHOULD BE CONSIDERED WHEN A REPLACEMENT IS MADE IN ANY AREA OF A RECEIVER.
COMPONENTS INDICATED BY A STAR () IN THIS PARTS LIST AND THE SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM DESIGNATE
COMPONENTS IN WHICH SAFETY CAN BE OF SPECIAL SIGNIFICANCE. IT IS PARTICULARLY RECOMMENDED
THAT ONLY PARTS DESIGNATED ON THE FOLLOWING PARTS LIST BE USED FOR COMPONENT REPLACEMENT
DESIGNATED BY A STAR. NO DEVIATIONS FROM RESISTANCE, WATTAGE, AND VOLTAGE RATINGS MAY BE MADE
FOR REPLACEMENT ITEMS DESIGNATED BY A STAR.
Notes: Parts having Location Number are located on the following boards.
Numbers under 700 Series . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .On the Main Board.
Numbers 700 Series . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .On the Picture Tube Socket Board.
Numbers 900 Series . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Out of Board.
All Other Numbers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .On the Main Board
Note: Schematic part location numbers may not always match with the part descriptions.
The part descriptions are correct and should be used.

Schematic
Location

Part No.

Schematic
Location

Description

CAPACITORS
NOTES:
Read description of the Capacitor as follows:
(Example)
CERAMIC

100P

50V

Rated Voltage
Tolerance Symbols:
less than 10PF
A . .Not specified
B . .0.1PF
C . .0.25PF
D . .0.5PF
F . .1PF
G . .2PF
R . .+0.25 - 0PF
S . .+0 - 0.25PF E . .+0 - 1PF
more than 10PF
A . .Not specified
B . .0.1%
C . .0.25%
D . .0.5%
F . .1%
G . .2%
H . .3%
J . .5%
K . .10%
L . .15%
M . .20%
N . .30%
P . .+100 - 0%
Q . .+30 - 10% T . .+50 - 10%
U . .+75 - 10% V . .+20 - 10%
W .+100 - 10% X . .+40 - 20%
Y . .+150 - 10% Z . .+80 - 20%
Rated Value: P...Pico Farad U...Micro Farad
Material:
CERAMIC . . . . . .Ceramic
MT-PAPER . . . . .Metalized Paper
POLYESTER . . .Polyester
MT-POLYEST . .Metalized Polyester
POLYPRO . . . . .Polypropylene
MT-POLYPRO . .Metalized Polypropylene
COMPO-FILM . .Composite Film
MT-COMPO . . . .Metalized Composite
STYRENE . . . . . .Styrene
TA-SOLID . . . . .Tantalum Solid
AL-SOLID . . . . . .Aluminum Solid
ELECT . . . . . . . .Electrolytic
NP-ELECT . . . . .Non-Polarized Electrolytic
OS-SOLID . . . . .Aluminum Solid with Organic
Semiconductive Electrolytic

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C001
C002
C003
C004
C006
C010
C011
C012
C015
C101
C103
C106
C131
C133
C134
C136
C137
C141
C142
C143
C146
C147
C151
C153
C161
C211
C212
C221
C251
C252
C253
C256
C257
C258
C272
C274
C284

Part No.

404 087 2801


404 087 2801
403 235 5701
403 235 5701
403 224 6108
404 087 2306
404 087 2306
404 088 5702
404 084 3108
404 084 2408
403 224 6108
404 084 4006
404 084 3801
403 224 6108
403 224 5705
401 150 6001
403 364 7508
403 224 6108
403 343 4603
403 224 6108
403 224 6108
404 084 2200
404 084 3702
404 084 3702
403 357 9601
404 084 6901
404 084 4006
404 084 6901
401 150 6001
404 086 6602
404 084 3702
404 084 3801
403 224 6108
404 084 3207
404 084 4105
404 084 2705
404 084 3207

Description

ELECT
ELECT
CERAMIC
CERAMIC
CERAMIC
ELECT
ELECT
ELECT
ELECT
ELECT
CERAMIC
ELECT
ELECT
CERAMIC
CERAMIC
MT-GLAZE
CERAMIC
CERAMIC
CERAMIC
CERAMIC
CERAMIC
ELECT
ELECT
ELECT
CERAMIC
NP-ELECT
ELECT
NP-ELECT
MT-GLAZE
POLYESTER
ELECT
ELECT
CERAMIC
ELECT
ELECT
ELECT
ELECT

0.22 M 50V
0.22 M 50V
5600P K 50V
5600P K 50V
0.01U K 50V
220U M 25V
220U M 25V
22U M 16V
330U M 16V
470U M 6.3V
0.01U K 50V
2.2U M 50V
1U M 50V
0.01U K 50V
1000P K 50V
0.000 ZA 1/10W
10P J 50V
0.01U K 50V
0.022U K 50V
0.01U K 50V
0.01U K 50V
100U M 6.3V
0.47U M 50V
0.47U M 50V
0.1U Z 50V
1U M 50V
2.2U M 50V
1U M 50V
0.000 ZA 1/10W
0.047U K 63V
0.47U M 50V
1U M 50V
0.01U K 50V
47U M 16V
3.3U M 50V
10U M 16V
47U M 16V

Schematic
Location

C285
C401
C402
C403
C405
C406
C407
C408
C411
C416

C421
C427
C441
C471
C473
C482
C484
C489
C493
C497
C502
C503
C504
C505
C506
C508
C509
C511
C516
C601

C603
C604
C606
C608

C609

C612
C613
C614
C622
C625
C626
C628
C629
C630
C631

Part No.

403 224 6108


404 084 3306
403 224 6108
404 086 6800
404 084 6901
403 075 7101
403 076 3102
404 085 4609
404 077 4402
403 343 7901
403 346 7126
403 372 6807
404 081 2609
404 091 6406
403 224 6108
403 224 6108
404 084 3306
404 084 5706
403 115 0802
404 084 4204
404 084 3009
404 056 5307
404 084 2200
403 053 2104
403 276 0208
404 085 4500
404 084 5706
403 062 5301
403 312 2401
403 235 0300
404 084 5706
403 059 7707
403 059 8308
404 084 2705
404 066 2204
404 071 2404
404 089 1703
403 075 7101
403 075 7101
404 088 2909
404 088 7102
403 222 1303
403 262 1806
403 271 9602
404 042 7506
404 049 4706
404 085 9000
404 090 9002
404 086 6800
404 084 5003
404 084 4501
403 262 2308
403 266 4902
404 084 2903
404 073 9005
404 091 9704
404 084 3009
404 084 3801
404 088 2909
404 088 7102

Schematic
Location

Description

CERAMIC
0.01U K
ELECT
470U M
CERAMIC
0.01U K
POLYESTER
6800P J
NP-ELECT
1U M
CERAMIC
1000P K
CERAMIC
3900P K
ELECT
47U M
MT-POLYPRO 7200U H
MT-POLYPRO 7200U H
MT-POLYPRO 0.27U J
MT-POLYPRO 0.27U J
MT-POLYPRO 0.27U M
ELECT
220U M
CERAMIC
0.01U K
CERAMIC
0.01U K
ELECT
470U M
MT-POLYEST
0.47UJ
ELECT
22U M
ELECT
4.7U M
ELECT
220U M
NP-ELECT
2.2U M
ELECT
100U M 6
ELECT
220U M
ELECT
2.2U K
ELECT
2200U M
MT-POLYEST
0.47UJ
POLYESTER 5600P K
POLYESTER 5600P K
CERAMIC
56P J
MT-POLYEST
0.47UJ
POLYESTER
0.22U J
POLYESTER
0.22U K
ELECT
10U M
MT-POLYEST 0.22U M
MT-POLYEST 0.22U M
MT-POLYEST 0.22U M
CERAMIC
1000P K
CERAMIC
1000P K
CERAMIC
1000P M
CERAMIC
1000P M
CERAMIC
1000P K
CERAMIC
1000P K
CERAMIC
1000P K
ELECT
330U M
ELECT
330U M
ELECT
330U M
POLYESTER
3300P J
POLYESTER
6800P J
POLYESTER
0.01UJ
ELECT
470U M
CERAMIC
1200P K
CERAMIC
1200P K
ELECT
1000U M
ELECT
220U M
ELECT
220U M
ELECT
220U M
ELECT
1U M
CERAMIC
1000P M
CERAMIC
1000P M

50V
16V
50V
63V
50V
500V
500V
35V
1.5KV
1.5K
250V
250V
200V
6.3V
50V
50V
16V
63V
100V
50V
16V
100V
.3V
35V
50V
25V
63V
50V
50V
50V
63V
50V
50V
16V
275V
250V
275V
500V
500V
250V
250V
1K
1K
1K
200V
200V
200V
63V
63V
63V
35V
1K
1K
16V
160V
160V
16V
50V
250V
250V

C632
C634
C683
C689
C693
C701
C711
C721
C742
C801
C806
C809
C810
C811
C822
C829
C835
C841
C842
C843
C853
C854
C856
C857
C858
C862
C1001
C1002
C1051
C1052
C1059
C1071
C1080
C1081
C1902
C3401
C3404
C3406
C3407
C3408
C3411
C3412
C3413
C3414
C3416
C3417
C3418
C3421
C3422
C3423
C3424
C3426
C3427
C3431
C3432
C3433
C3434
C3436
C3439

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Part No.

404 088 2909


404 088 7102
404 084 3207
404 084 3009
403 357 9601
404 086 5100
403 235 5305
403 224 5705
403 224 5705
403 077 2807
403 224 6108
404 084 2408
403 235 0607
403 235 0607
404 084 3801
404 088 5702
404 084 3801
403 224 6108
403 357 9601
403 357 9601
403 357 9601
404 087 1200
403 235 0508
404 084 3801
403 235 1000
403 224 5705
403 224 6108
404 084 2705
404 084 2705
404 088 5702
403 224 6108
404 084 2705
403 224 6108
403 357 9601
404 084 2705
404 084 2705
404 087 1200
403 086 0108
403 325 2504
403 235 5701
404 084 3702
404 084 3702
404 084 3207
404 084 4204
404 084 2804
403 086 0108
404 084 4204
403 086 0108
403 224 5606
403 323 3602
403 342 9203
403 086 0108
403 299 1820
404 084 3801
403 224 6009
404 087 1200
403 224 6009
403 343 4603
403 086 0108
403 086 0108

Description

CERAMIC
CERAMIC
ELECT
ELECT
CERAMIC
POLYESTER
CERAMIC
CERAMIC
CERAMIC
CERAMIC
CERAMIC
ELECT
CERAMIC
CERAMIC
ELECT
ELECT
ELECT
CERAMIC
CERAMIC
CERAMIC
CERAMIC
ELECT
CERAMIC
ELECT
CERAMIC
CERAMIC
CERAMIC
ELECT
ELECT
ELECT
CERAMIC
ELECT
CERAMIC
CERAMIC
ELECT
ELECT
ELECT
NP-ELECT
CERAMIC
CERAMIC
ELECT 0
ELECT 0
ELECT
ELECT
ELECT
NP-ELECT
ELECT
NP-ELECT
CERAMIC
CERAMIC
TA-SOLID
NP-ELECT
TA-SOLID
ELECT
CERAMIC
ELECT
CERAMIC
CERAMIC
NP-ELECT
NP-ELECT

1000P M 250V
1000P M 250V
47U M 16V
220U M 16V
0.1U Z 50V
0.1U J 63V
1200P K 50V
1000P K 50V
1000P K 50V
1000P Z
2K
0.01U K 50V
470U M 6.3V
100P J 50V
100P J 50V
1U M 50V
22U M 16V
1U M 50V
0.01U K 50V
0.1U Z 50V
0.1U Z 50V
0.1U Z 50V
0.1U M 50V
82P J 50V
1U M 50V
220P J 50V
1000P K 50V
0.01U K 50V
10U M 16V
10U M 16V
22U M 16V
0.01U K 50V
10U M 16V
0.01U K 50V
0.1U Z 50V
10U M 16V
10U M 16V
0.1U M 50V
4.7U M 25V
0.012U K 50V
5600P K 50V
.47U M 50V
.47U M 50V
47U M 16V
4.7U M 50V
100U M 16V
4.7U M 25V
4.7U M 50V
4.7U M 25V
2700P K 50V
0.047U K 50V
3.3U K 10V
4.7U M 25V
10U K 10V
1U M 50V
4700P K 50V
0.1U M 50V
4700P K 50V
0.022U K 50V
4.7U M 25V
4.7U M 25V

Schematic
Location

C3441
C3442
C3447
C3448

Part No.

404 084 4204


404 084 4204
404 084 4204
404 084 4204

Schematic
Location

Description

ELECT
ELECT
ELECT
ELECT

4.7U M
4.7U M
4.7U M
4.7U M

50V
50V
50V
50V

D624
D625
D627

D629

DIODES
D001
D101
D351
D408
D421
D422
D428
D429

D471
D472

D481

D482
D486
D487

D490
D501

D502
D601

D602

D603

D604

D612
D613
D614
D623

408 047 4706


408 047 6205
408 047 6502
407 222 4401
407 158 1307
407 158 1307
407 054 5904
407 099 7109
407 013 4306
407 013 7109
408 008 2406
407 006 4108
407 007 7603
407 005 7308
407 005 8602
407 088 6502
407 007 6606
407 124 5506
407 124 6404
407 011 4407
407 054 0008
407 099 6102
407 005 7308
407 005 8602
407 011 3004
407 088 6502
408 009 9404
408 047 7707
407 005 7308
407 005 8602
407 011 3004
407 088 6502
408 009 9404
407 118 2207
407 005 7605
407 013 3200
408 008 8606
407 005 7605
407 013 3200
408 008 8606
407 005 7605
407 013 3200
408 008 8606
407 005 7605
407 013 3200
408 008 8606
407 218 0707
407 231 2801
407 057 9800
407 063 9702
407 006 0100
407 007 6606
407 124 5506
407 124 6404

ZENER DIODE MTZJ15B (15V)


ZENER DIODE MTZJ36A (36V)
ZENER DIODE MTZJ5.1A (5.1V)
ZENER DIODE 1Z150 (15V)
ZENER DIODE HZ11B2L (11V)
ZENER DIODE HZ11B2L (11V)
ZENER DIODE RD15EB3 (15V)
ZENER DIODE MTZJ15C (15V)
DIODE 1S2076A
DIODE 1S2473
DIODE 1N4148
DIODE ERB44-04
DIODE EU2
DIODE EM01Z
DIODE ERA15-02
DIODE MPG06D
DIODE ES1
DIODE RMPG06G
DIODE ERA18-04
DIODE TVR1G
ZENER DIODE RD10EB2 (10V)
ZENER DIODE MTZJ10B (10V)
DIODE EM01Z
DIODE ERA15-02
DIODE S5277B
DIODE MPG06D
DIODE 1N4002ID
ZENER DIODE MTZJ5.6C (5.6V)
DIODE EM01Z
DIODE ERA15-02
DIODE S5277B
DIODE MPG06D
DIODE 1N4002ID
ZENER DIODE 1Z75 (75V)
DIODE EM2B
DIODE 1S1887A
DIODE GP15G
DIODE EM2B
DIODE 1S1887A
DIODE GP15G
DIODE EM2B
DIODE 1S1887A
DIODE GP15G
DIODE EM2B
DIODE 1S1887A
DIODE GP15G
PC TLP421(BL)
PHOTO COUPLE PC123YC2
ZENER DIODE RD9.1EB3 (9.1V)
ZENER DIODE MTZJ9.1C (9.1V)
DIODE ERA91-02
DIODE ES1
DIODE RMPG06G
DIODE ERA18-04

D680

D683

D693
D699
D801

D831
D834
D836

D843

D1001
D1002
D1051
D1052
D1059
D1901
D1902

Part No.

407 106 2806


407 129 7000
407 211 5808
407 013 4306
407 013 7109
408 008 2406
407 054 7007
407 099 7208
407 013 4306
407 013 7109
408 008 2406
407 013 4306
407 013 7109
408 008 2406
407 057 4201
407 099 5600
407 006 0100
407 013 4306
407 013 7109
408 008 2406
407 222 5903
408 047 4706
407 013 4306
407 013 7109
408 008 2406
407 013 4306
407 013 7109
408 008 2406
408 047 2306
408 047 2306
408 047 2306
408 047 2306
407 206 5608
408 047 8605
408 047 2306

Description

DIODE RU3YX
DIODE RU4AM LF-L1
DIODE FE201-6L43
DIODE 1S2076A
DIODE 1S2473
DIODE 1N4148
ZENER DIODE RD16EB1 (16V)
ZENER DIODE MTZJ16A (16V)
DIODE 1S2076A
DIODE 1S2473
DIODE 1N4148
DIODE 1S2076A
DIODE 1S2473
DIODE 1N4148
ZENER DIODE RD6.8EB3 (6.8V)
ZENER DIODE MTZJ6.8A (6.8V)
DIODE ERA91-02
DIODE 1S2076A
DIODE 1S2473
DIODE 1N4148
ZD UDZS-TE-173.6B (3.6V)
ZENER DIODE MTZJ15B (15V)
DIODE 1S2076A
DIODE 1S2473
DIODE 1N4148
DIODE 1S2076A
DIODE 1S2473
DIODE 1N4148
ZENER DIODE MTZJ10B (10V)
ZENER DIODE MTZJ10B (10V)
ZENER DIODE MTZJ10B (10V)
ZENER DIODE MTZJ10B (10V)
ZENER DIODE UDZS10B (10V)
ZENER DIODE MTZJ6.8A (6.8V)
ZENER DIODE MTZJ10B (10V)

INTEGRATED CIRCUITS
IC001
IC101
IC501
IC601
IC681
IC801
IC802

IC1081
IC3401

409 275 7903


409 491 4809
409 453 5905
409 172 8102
409 528 6202
410 418 8602
409 333 3700
409 376 1503
409 440 8902
409 495 6908
409 497 0706
409 528 8404
409 051 3006
409 467 1108

IC LA4525
IC LA76834NM-TBM
IC LA78041
IC SE130NH
IC PQ050ES1MXP
IC M37272M*-***FP T4
IC 24LC02B/P
IC ST24C02B6
IC M24C02-BN6
IC CAT24WC02P
IC S524C20D21-DCB0
IC S524A40X21-DCB0
IC TC4053BP
IC CXA2134Q-T6

COILS
LF601
L164
L602

16

645 012 0589


645 052 6862
645 003 9713
645 016 2657
645 005 0763

LINE FILTER
LINE FILTER
INDUCTOR, 15U K
INDUCTOR, 15U K
CORE, PIPE

Schematic
Location

L623
L625
L801
L811
L812
L821
L851
L901
L1901

Description

Part No.

610 078 5946


652 000 1725
610 078 5946
652 000 1725
645 008 2894
645 016 3104
645 006 2490
645 016 2411
645 006 2490
645 016 2411
645 008 2894
645 016 3104
645 008 2894
645 016 3104
645 060 9596
645 008 2894
645 016 3104

PIPE, CORE
CORE, PIPE
PIPE, CORE
CORE, PIPE
INDUCTOR, 5.6U K
INDUCTOR, 5.6U K
INDUCTOR, 1U K
INDUCTOR, 1U K
INDUCTOR, 1U K
INDUCTOR, 1U K
INDUCTOR, 5.6U K
INDUCTOR, 5.6U K
INDUCTOR, 5.6U K
INDUCTOR, 5.6U K
ASSY, COIL, DEGAUSSING
INDUCTOR, 5.6U K
INDUCTOR, 5.6U K

Schematic
Location

Q401
Q402
Q486
Q490
Q601
Q613
Q627

Q635

TRANSISTORS
Q001

Q005
Q135

Q202

Q208

405 011 8401


405 011 8500
405 011 8609
405 012 2002
405 012 2101
405 012 2309
405 020 7501
405 020 7709
405 020 7907
405 151 8705
405 157 0505
405 008 4805
405 008 4904
405 011 8401
405 011 8500
405 011 8609
405 012 2002
405 012 2101
405 012 2309
405 020 7501
405 020 7709
405 020 7907
405 151 8705
405 157 0505
405 001 7407
405 001 7605
405 004 3109
405 004 3208
405 006 1707
405 006 1806
405 151 3304
406 000 6804
405 001 7407
405 001 7605
405 004 3109
405 004 3208
405 006 1707
405 006 1806
405 151 3304
406 000 6804

TR 2SC1740S-Q
TR 2SC1740S-R
TR 2SC1740S-S
TR 2SC1815-GR
TR 2SC1815-O
TR 2SC1815-Y
TR 2SC945A-PA
TR 2SC945A-QA
TR 2SC945A-RA
TR 2SC536NG-NPA
TR 2SC536NF-NPA
TR 2SB764-E
TR 2SB764-F
TR 2SC1740S-Q
TR 2SC1740S-R
TR 2SC1740S-S
TR 2SC1815-GR
TR 2SC1815-O
TR 2SC1815-Y
TR 2SC945A-PA
TR 2SC945A-QA
TR 2SC945A-RA
TR 2SC536NG-NPA
TR 2SC536NF-NPA
TR 2SA1015-O(SAN)
TR 2SA1015-Y(SAN)
TR 2SA564A-Q(CU)
TR 2SA564A-R(CU)
TR 2SA933S-Q
TR 2SA933S-R
TR 2SA608NF-NPA
TR 2SA1015-GR(SAN)
TR 2SA1015-O(SAN)
TR 2SA1015-Y(SAN)
TR 2SA564A-Q(CU)
TR 2SA564A-R(CU)
TR 2SA933S-Q
TR 2SA933S-R
TR 2SA608NF-NPA
TR 2SA1015-GR(SAN)

Q681

Q693

Q695

Q701

Q711

17

Part No.

405 018 0507


405 018 0606
406 017 4602
405 023 5009
405 023 5306
405 023 5009
405 023 5306
405 148 1801
405 016 9502
405 009 6907
405 009 7003
405 089 0000
405 089 0109
405 011 8401
405 011 8500
405 011 8609
405 012 2002
405 012 2101
405 012 2309
405 020 7501
405 020 7709
405 020 7907
405 151 8705
405 157 0505
405 011 8401
405 011 8500
405 011 8609
405 012 2002
405 012 2101
405 012 2309
405 020 7501
405 020 7709
405 020 7907
405 151 8705
405 157 0505
405 011 8401
405 011 8500
405 011 8609
405 012 2002
405 012 2101
405 012 2309
405 020 7501
405 020 7709
405 020 7907
405 151 8705
405 157 0505
405 001 7605
405 004 3208
405 004 4809
405 041 6507
405 041 6705
405 066 4304
405 066 9903
405 067 0008
405 067 0107
406 000 3605
405 041 6507
405 041 6705
405 066 4304
405 066 9903

Description

TR 2SC3332-R
TR 2SC3332-S
TR TT2168LS-YB11
TR 2SD400-E-MP
TR 2SD400-F-MP
TR 2SD400-E-MP
TR 2SD400-F-MP
TR 2SK2638
TR 2SC3069
TR 2SB985-S
TR 2SB985-T
TR 2SA1707-S
TR 2SA1707-T
TR 2SC1740S-Q
TR 2SC1740S-R
TR 2SC1740S-S
TR 2SC1815-GR
TR 2SC1815-O
TR 2SC1815-Y
TR 2SC945A-PA
TR 2SC945A-QA
TR 2SC945A-RA
TR 2SC536NG-NPA
TR 2SC536NF-NPA
TR 2SC1740S-Q
TR 2SC1740S-R
TR 2SC1740S-S
TR 2SC1815-GR
TR 2SC1815-O
TR 2SC1815-Y
TR 2SC945A-PA
TR 2SC945A-QA
TR 2SC945A-RA
TR 2SC536NG-NPA
TR 2SC536NF-NPA
TR 2SC1740S-Q
TR 2SC1740S-R
TR 2SC1740S-S
TR 2SC1815-GR
TR 2SC1815-O
TR 2SC1815-Y
TR 2SC945A-PA
TR 2SC945A-QA
TR 2SC945A-RA
TR 2SC536NG-NPA
TR 2SC536NF-NPA
TR 2SA1015-Y(SAN)
TR 2SA564A-R(CU)
TR 2SA608-F-CTV-NP
TR 2SC2621-D-RA
TR 2SC2621-E-RA
TR 2SC2621-C-RA
TR 2SC2688(1)-K
TR 2SC2688(1)-L
TR 2SC2688(1)-M
TR 2SC3620(LB-SAN-1)
TR 2SC2621-D-RA
TR 2SC2621-E-RA
TR 2SC2621-C-RA
TR 2SC2688(1)-K

Schematic
Location

Schematic
Location

Description

Part No.

Q711 (Cont.)405 067 0008


405 067 0107
406 000 3605
Q721
405 041 6507
405 041 6705
405 066 4304
405 066 9903
405 067 0008
405 067 0107
406 000 3605
Q831
405 002 0308
405 002 0407
405 002 6726
405 002 6924
405 134 5925
405 147 2205
405 163 1503
405 163 2708
Q1071
405 001 7407
405 001 7605
405 004 3109
405 004 3208
405 006 1707
405 006 1806
405 151 3304
406 000 6804

TR 2SC2688(1)-L
TR 2SC2688(1)-M
TR 2SC3620(LB-SAN-1)
TR 2SC2621-D-RA
TR 2SC2621-E-RA
TR 2SC2621-C-RA
TR 2SC2688(1)-K
TR 2SC2688(1)-L
TR 2SC2688(1)-M
TR 2SC3620(LB-SAN-1)
TR 2SA1037K-T-96-R
TR 2SA1037K-T-96-S
TR 2SA1179-M6
TR 2SA1179-M7-TB
TR 2SA1037AK T146 R
TR 2SA1037AK T146 S
TR 2SA1179N-M6-TB
TR 2SA1179N-M7-TB
TR 2SA1015-O(SAN)
TR 2SA1015-Y(SAN)
TR 2SA564A-Q(CU)
TR 2SA564A-R(CU)
TR 2SA933S-Q
TR 2SA933S-R
TR 2SA608NF-NPA
TR 2SA1015-GR(SAN)

RESISTORS
NOTES:
Read description of the Resistor as follows:
(Example)

CARBON

4.7K J A

1/4W
Rated Wattage
Performance Symbols:
A..General B...Non-flammable
Z...Low noise
Other...Temperature coefficient

Tolerance Symbols:
A...0.05% B...0.1% C...0.25%
D...0.5% F...1% G...2%
J...5%
K...10% M...20%
P...+5 -15%
Rated Value, ohms:
K...1,000
M...1,000,000
Material:
CARBON . . . . . . . .Carbon
MT-FILM . . . . . . . .Metal Film
OXIDE-MT . . . . . .Oxide Metal Film
SOLID . . . . . . . . . .Composition
MT-GLAZE . . . . . .Metal Glaze
WIRE WOUND . . .Wire Wound
CERAMIC RES . . .Ceramic
FUSIBLE RES . . . .Fusible

R001
R002
R003
R004
R005
R006
R013
R106
R107
R131
R133
R135
R137
R142
R143
R151
R161
R162
R163
R164
R166
R167
R201
R208
R209
R212
R251
R252
R272
R273
R274
R276
R281
R284
R287
R288
R289
R321
R353
R400
R401
R402
R405
R406
R409
R411
R421
R422
R423
R426
R428
R441
R442
R443
R444
R449
R471
R472
R481
R482

18

Part No.

401 256 0101


401 256 0101
401 162 2800
401 162 2800
401 150 5905
401 014 4105
401 027 2600
401 008 2001
401 023 2802
401 256 1702
401 255 6401
401 150 6001
401 150 6209
401 256 1702
401 150 6209
401 152 3206
401 150 5806
401 150 5806
401 256 0002
401 150 6209
401 256 7506
401 162 2701
401 026 9600
401 150 6209
401 255 6500
401 256 7100
401 162 3005
401 025 8208
401 256 7308
401 150 5905
401 162 4101
401 024 9701
401 150 5905
401 026 9303
401 255 6500
401 255 6500
401 255 6500
401 150 5905
401 024 7400
401 024 6700
401 012 4503
401 013 4205
401 063 5306
401 007 1104
401 162 4101
402 080 3702
401 286 5305
401 052 6802
401 264 9301
401 256 6905
401 025 1902
401 024 7004
401 150 5905
401 026 9907
401 025 4606
401 265 1700
401 006 7701
401 069 5607
401 010 2600
401 011 9004

Description

MT-GLAZE
MT-GLAZE
MT-GLAZE
MT-GLAZE
MT-GLAZE
CARBON
CARBON
CARBON
CARBON
MT-GLAZE
MT-GLAZE
MT-GLAZE
MT-GLAZE
MT-GLAZE
MT-GLAZE
MT-GLAZE
MT-GLAZE
MT-GLAZE
MT-GLAZE
MT-GLAZE
MT-GLAZE
MT-GLAZE
CARBON
MT-GLAZE
MT-GLAZE
MT-GLAZE
MT-GLAZE
CARBON
MT-GLAZE
MT-GLAZE
MT-GLAZE
CARBON
MT-GLAZE
CARBON
MT-GLAZE
MT-GLAZE
MT-GLAZE
MT-GLAZE
CARBON
CARBON
CARBON
CARBON
OXIDE-MT
CARBON
MT-GLAZE
OXIDE-MT
MT-FILM
MT-FILM
MT-GLAZE
MT-GLAZE
CARBON
CARBON
MT-GLAZE
CARBON
CARBON
MT-GLAZE
CARBON
OXIDE-MT
CARBON
CARBON

8.2K JA
8.2K JA
1.8K JA
1.8K JA
10K JA
1.5K JA
5.6K JA
18K JA
8.2K JA
33K JA
3K JA
0.000 ZA
1K JA
33K JA
1K JA
330 JA
100K JA
100K JA
120 JA
1K JA
390 JA
180 JA
470 JA
1K JA
100 JA
680K JA
22K JA
22K JA
6.8K JA
10K JA
5.6K JA
12K JA
10K JA
47 JA
100 JA
100 JA
100 JA
10K JA
10K JA
100 JA
100 JA
120 JA
82 JA
1K JA
5.6K JA
6.8 JB
2.4K FA
10K FA
3.3K FA
680 JA
15K JA
1K JA
10K JA
4.7K JA
18K JA
4.7K FA
1 JB
8.2 JA
47 JB
1 JB

1/10W
1/10W
1/10W
1/10W
1/10W
1/4W
1/6W
1/2W
1/4W
1/10W
1/10W
1/10W
1/10W
1/10W
1/10W
1/10W
1/10W
1/10W
1/10W
1/10W
1/10W
1/10W
1/6W
1/10W
1/10W
1/10W
1/10W
1/6W
1/10W
1/10W
1/10W
1/6W
1/10W
1/6W
1/10W
1/10W
1/10W
1/10W
1/6W
1/6W
1/4W
1/4W
1W
1/2W
1/10W
7W
1/6W
1/6W
1/10W
1/10W
1/6W
1/6W
1/10W
1/6W
1/6W
1/10W
1/2W
2W
1/2W
1/4W

Schematic
Location

R485
R486
R487
R488
R489
R491
R492
R493
R494
R495
R497
R499
R503
R504
R505
R506
R507
R508
R509
R511
R517
R518
R601
R602

R603
R604
R605
R607
R608
R609
R610
R611
R612
R613
R616
R617
R618
R619
R627
R628
R629
R630
R631
R632
R634
R683
R692
R693
R694
R695
R699
R701
R703
R704
R706
R707
R711
R713

Part No.

401 025 4606


401 069 5607
401 026 6609
401 059 1602
401 066 5204
401 012 5708
401 156 8504
401 019 4001
401 019 4001
401 061 1706
401 068 1600
401 026 6609
401 026 7002
401 027 5502
401 006 8104
401 027 2303
401 006 7602
401 025 4606
401 027 5502
401 065 2808
401 025 4606
401 256 7209
402 083 6106
402 000 1603
402 088 1502
402 090 2108
401 010 9203
401 066 3002
401 021 5003
402 059 4600
401 150 6001
401 256 3805
401 013 5301
401 027 0309
402 001 8502
401 064 1802
401 150 5905
402 001 7208
401 020 0801
401 162 3005
401 150 5905
401 013 5301
401 150 6209
401 026 3905
401 022 3107
401 150 6209
401 027 0309
401 026 9907
401 025 4903
401 256 5106
401 024 7400
401 162 3005
401 012 7009
401 025 3807
401 256 0309
401 027 8107
401 009 1508
401 065 4604
401 025 3807
401 256 0309

Schematic
Location

Description

CARBON
OXIDE-MT
CARBON
OXIDE-MT
OXIDE-MT
CARBON
MT-FILM
CARBON
CARBON
OXIDE-MT
OXIDE-MT
CARBON
CARBON
CARBON
CARBON
CARBON
CARBON
CARBON
CARBON
OXIDE-MT
CARBON
MT-GLAZE
WIRE WOUND
SOLID
RESISTER
RESISTER
CARBON
OXIDE-MT
CARBON
FUSIBLE RES
MT-GLAZE
MT-GLAZE
CARBON
CARBON
FUSIBLE RES
OXIDE-MT
MT-GLAZE
FUSIBLE RES
CARBON
MT-GLAZE
MT-GLAZE
CARBON
MT-GLAZE
CARBON
CARBON
MT-GLAZE
CARBON
CARBON
CARBON
MT-GLAZE
CARBON
MT-GLAZE
CARBON
CARBON
MT-GLAZE
CARBON
CARBON
OXIDE-MT
CARBON
MT-GLAZE

18K JA
8.2 JA
390 JA
15 JA
22 JA
1K JA
33K FA
390K JA
390K JA
33 JA
4.7 JA
390 JA
3.9K JA
6.8K JA
1.2 JA
560 JA
1 JA
18K JA
6.8K JA
120 JA
18K JA
18K JA
1 KA
3.3M MA
3.3M JA
3.3M JA
560K JA
2.2 JA
560K JA
22 J0.000 ZA
1.5K JA
1.2K JA
47K JA
10 J0.39 JA
10K JA
220 J470 JA
22K JA
10K JA
1.2K JA
1K JA
330 JA
6.8K JA
1K JA
47K JA
4.7K JA
180K JA
560K JA
10K JA
22K JA
10K JA
180 JA
820 JA
82 JA
2.7K JA
12K JA
180 JA
820 JA

1/6W
2W
1/6W
1W
2W
1/4W
1/6W
1/4W
1/4W
1W
2W
1/6W
1/6W
1/6W
1/2W
1/6W
1/2W
1/6W
1/6W
2W
1/6W
1/10W
7W
1/2W
1/2W
1/2W
1/2W
2W
1/4W
1/2W
1/10W
1/10W
1/4W
1/6W
1/2W
2W
1/10W
1/4W
1/4W
1/10W
1/10W
1/4W
1/10W
1/6W
1/4W
1/10W
1/6W
1/6W
1/6W
1/10W
1/6W
1/10W
1/4W
1/6W
1/10W
1/6W
1/2W
2W
1/6W
1/10W

R714
R716
R717
R721
R723
R724
R726
R727
R803
R804
R806
R807
R808
R809
R810
R813
R814
R816
R823
R829
R831
R833
R835
R842
R843
R844
R846
R847
R848
R849
R851
R852
R853
R854
R856
R857
R858
R862
R864
R881
R882
R883
R884
R886
R1001
R1002
R1003
R1004
R1006
R1007
R1051
R1052
R1053
R1054
R1059
R1071
R1073
R1081
R1082
R1083

19

Part No.

401 255 9006


401 009 1508
401 065 4604
401 025 3807
401 256 0309
401 027 8107
401 009 1508
401 065 4604
401 024 6700
401 024 6700
401 162 3708
401 150 5905
401 150 5905
401 162 3708
401 162 3005
401 150 5905
401 150 5905
401 152 3206
401 024 6700
401 024 6700
401 150 5806
401 024 7400
401 256 5908
401 162 4002
401 162 4002
401 162 4002
401 024 7004
401 027 2600
401 027 2600
401 027 2600
401 150 6209
401 162 3401
401 255 6005
401 150 6100
401 024 6700
401 024 6700
401 162 3005
401 255 6500
401 256 0200
401 255 6500
401 255 6500
401 024 6700
401 024 6700
401 150 5905
401 256 2709
401 256 2709
401 150 5905
401 256 6004
401 150 5905
401 256 6004
401 256 2709
401 256 2709
401 024 7400
401 026 1307
401 024 7004
401 026 6609
401 024 6700
401 162 3005
401 162 3005
401 256 6004

Description

MT-GLAZE
CARBON
OXIDE-MT
CARBON
MT-GLAZE
CARBON
CARBON
OXIDE-MT
CARBON
CARBON
MT-GLAZE
MT-GLAZE
MT-GLAZE
MT-GLAZE
MT-GLAZE
MT-GLAZE
MT-GLAZE
MT-GLAZE
CARBON
CARBON
MT-GLAZE
CARBON
MT-GLAZE
MT-GLAZE
MT-GLAZE
MT-GLAZE
CARBON
CARBON
CARBON
CARBON
MT-GLAZE
MT-GLAZE
MT-GLAZE
MT-GLAZE
CARBON
CARBON
MT-GLAZE
MT-GLAZE
MT-GLAZE
MT-GLAZE
MT-GLAZE
CARBON
CARBON
MT-GLAZE
MT-GLAZE
MT-GLAZE
MT-GLAZE
MT-GLAZE
MT-GLAZE
MT-GLAZE
MT-GLAZE
MT-GLAZE
CARBON
CARBON
CARBON
CARBON
CARBON
MT-GLAZE
MT-GLAZE
MT-GLAZE

82 JA
2.7K JA
12K JA
180 JA
820 JA
82 JA
2.7K JA
12K JA
100 JA
100 JA
4.7K JA
10K JA
10K JA
4.7K JA
22K JA
10K JA
10K JA
330 JA
100 JA
100 JA
100K JA
10K JA
2.7K JA
560 JA
560 JA
560 JA
1K JA
5.6K JA
5.6K JA
5.6K JA
1K JA
39K JA
1M JA
2.2K JA
100 JA
100 JA
22K JA
100 JA
120K JA
100 JA
100 JA
100 JA
100 JA
10K JA
75 JA
75 JA
10K JA
27K JA
10K JA
27K JA
75 JA
75 JA
10K JA
27K JA
1K JA
390 JA
100 JA
22K JA
22K JA
27K JA

1/10W
1/2W
2W
1/6W
1/10W
1/6W
1/2W
2W
1/6W
1/6W
1/10W
1/10W
1/10W
1/10W
1/10W
1/10W
1/10W
1/10W
1/6W
1/6W
1/10W
1/6W
1/10W
1/10W
1/10W
1/10W
1/6W
1/6W
1/6W
1/6W
1/10W
1/10W
1/10W
1/10W
1/6W
1/6W
1/10W
1/10W
1/10W
1/10W
1/10W
1/6W
1/6W
1/10W
1/10W
1/10W
1/10W
1/10W
1/10W
1/10W
1/10W
1/10W
1/6W
1/6W
1/6W
1/6W
1/6W
1/10W
1/10W
1/10W

Schematic
Location

R1084
R1901
R1902
R1903
R1904
R1905
R1906
R1907
R1909
R1910
R3401
R3402
R3406
R3407
R3411
R3421
R3422
R3426
R3432
R3441
R3442
R3443
R3444
R3445
R3446
R3447
R3448

Part No.

401 150 5905


401 150 5905
401 150 6209
401 162 2800
401 150 6100
401 256 7605
401 162 4101
401 256 0408
401 024 7004
401 024 7004
401 162 2909
401 162 2909
401 150 5806
401 255 6005
401 265 4008
401 162 3104
401 255 6401
401 256 7605
401 150 5905
401 256 1405
401 255 6500
401 256 1405
401 255 6500
401 256 1405
401 255 6500
401 256 1405
401 255 6500

Schematic
Location

Description

MT-GLAZE
MT-GLAZE
MT-GLAZE
MT-GLAZE
MT-GLAZE
MT-GLAZE
MT-GLAZE
MT-GLAZE
CARBON
CARBON
MT-GLAZE
MT-GLAZE
MT-GLAZE
MT-GLAZE
MT-GLAZE
MT-GLAZE
MT-GLAZE
MT-GLAZE
MT-GLAZE
MT-GLAZE
MT-GLAZE
MT-GLAZE
MT-GLAZE
MT-GLAZE
MT-GLAZE
MT-GLAZE
MT-GLAZE

10K JA
10K JA
1K JA
1.8K JA
2.2K JA
3.9K JA
5.6K JA
12K JA
1K JA
1K JA
220 JA
220 JA
100K JA
1M JA
62K JA
3.3K JA
3K JA
3.9K JA
10K JA
330K JA
100 JA
330K JA
100 JA
330K JA
100 JA
330K JA
100 JA

1/10W
1/10W
1/10W
1/10W
1/10W
1/10W
1/10W
1/10W
1/6W
1/6W
1/10W
1/10W
1/10W
1/10W
1/10W
1/10W
1/10W
1/10W
1/10W
1/10W
1/10W
1/10W
1/10W
1/10W
1/10W
1/10W
1/10W

SWITCHES
SW1901

SW1902

SW1903

SW1904

SW1905

SW1906

645 006 9673


645 027 7382
645 052 2284
645 006 9673
645 027 7382
645 052 2284
645 006 9673
645 027 7382
645 052 2284
645 006 9673
645 027 7382
645 052 2284
645 006 9673
645 027 7382
645 052 2284
645 006 9673
645 027 7382
645 052 2284

SWITCH, PUSH (POWER)


SWITCH, PUSH (POWER)
SWITCH, PUSH (POWER)
SWITCH, PUSH (VOL +)
SWITCH, PUSH (VOL +)
SWITCH, PUSH (VOL +)
SWITCH, PUSH (VOL )
SWITCH, PUSH (VOL )
SWITCH, PUSH (VOL )
SWITCH, PUSH (CH )
SWITCH, PUSH (CH )
SWITCH, PUSH (CH )
SWITCH, PUSH (CH )
SWITCH, PUSH (CH )
SWITCH, PUSH (CH )
SWITCH, PUSH (MENU)
SWITCH, PUSH (MENU)
SWITCH, PUSH (MENU)

T402
T601

645 049 3775


610 000 1077
652 000 0703
645 060 1224
645 056 7360
645 057 8656

Description

CRYSTAL/FILTERS
X141
X161
X251

X801

421 008 9008


610 015 3059
645 041 1618
610 012 0655
610 204 4195
610 245 9746
645 000 6692
645 021 5483

SAW F TSF5235P
TRAP, CERAMIC 4.5MHZ
TRAP, CERAMIC 4.5MHZ
CRYSTAL OSCILLATOR
CRYSTAL OSCILLATOR
CRYSTAL OSCILLATOR
OSC, CERAMIC 8.00MHZ
OSC, CERAMIC 8.00MHZ

MISCELLANEOUS
A100
A101
A700
A1901
F601

F601A
F601B
K701
K1002
K1011
K1051
PS601
Q901
RL601

SP901
SP902
W601
W902

TRANSFORMERS
T151
T401

Part No.

TRANS, OSC 45.75MHZ


DRIVE, TRANS
TRANS, DRIVE
TRANS, FLYBACK
TRANS, POWER, PULSE
TRANS, POWER, PULSE

20

610 306 8077


645 052 6077
645 052 6084
610 306 8084
645 047 6228
423 007 1601
423 007 1809
423 018 8101
423 029 8008
645 000 5077
645 016 0479
645 000 5077
645 016 0479
645 025 6103
645 028 0306
645 038 1904
645 051 1271
645 007 1584
408 046 5209
414 012 3209
645 000 4155
645 011 2713
645 015 8629
645 024 7767
645 024 7828
645 052 5933
645 040 8618
652 000 0656
645 040 8618
652 000 0656
645 023 1681
645 056 9531
610 306 8282

ASSY, PWB, MAIN


TUNER, U/V
TUNER, U/V
ASSY, PWB, SOCKET
UNIT, REMOCON RECEIVER
FUSE 125V 4A
FUSE 125V 4A
FUSE 125V 4A
FUSE 125V 4A
HOLDER, FUSE
HOLDER, FUSE
HOLDER, FUSE
HOLDER, FUSE
SOCKET, CRT 8P
SOCKET, CRT 8P
JACK, RCA-3
JACK, RCA-3
SOCKET, DIN 4P
TH PTDAA1BF3R0Q100
CRT A51QDX992X003
RELAY
RELAY
RELAY
RELAY
RELAY
RELAY
SPEAKER, 8
SPEAKER, 8
SPEAKER, 8
SPEAKER, 8
CORD, POWER
CORD, POWER-2.0MK
ASSY, WIRE GND CONNECTOR

CABINET PARTS LIST

6
5
4

3
2
1

8
9
MENU

CH

- VOL +

POWER

AS

12

11

10

13

ACCESSORY PARTS LIST

CABINET PARTS LIST


KEY NO.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13

PARTS NO.
610 306 5267
610 268 9648
412 053 3905
OR 412 054 0002
610 102 7151
610 306 5298
412 036 1805
OR 411 078 1101
412 018 8402
610 306 5007
610 289 5148
610 299 5527
610 285 5685
610 306 5342
610 306 5311

DESCRIPTION

KEY NO.

CABINET FRONT ASSY


CRT SPACER 2.0 MM (4 USED)
CRT MTG SCREW M6/35 HI-LO
CRT MTG SCREW M6/35 HI-LO
DC HOLDER (2 USED)
CABINET BACK
SCREW 4X14 (7 USED)
SCREW 4X14 (7 USED)
SCREW 3X10 (1 USED)
BUTTON UNIT
CAP RC
DEC SHEET
SANYO BADGE-SMALL
DEC AV SHEET
DOOR

PARTS NO.
610 306 8749
610 309 7138
610 309 7145
645 051 8485
645 051 8539
610 290 1221
610 290 1283

21

DESCRIPTION
OWNERS MANUAL (ENG)
OWNERS MANUAL (SPA)
OWNERS MANUAL (FRE)
RC TRANSMITTER
RC TRANSMITTER
RC BATTERY COVER
RC BATTERY COVER

J201
E

Q202

J216

C212

L164

J441

C153

R006

L136

C151

KS

L811
L812

R848

R846

R849
R847

Q001

J803

R013

J852

J851

C012

C284

J134

C147

C272
J841
R284

C274

J843
J842

E Q490

C131

Q135

J131

R833

R832

C628

J618

D422

J141
L146

R803

J142

R804

R276

J453
R400
J447

J449

J448

J445
L284

J493

J492

R499

C497

J446

D490

J1011

J1013
J401

J402

DIP

L141

R144

J102

R422

J849
J276
J847

R856

J846

R857
J1081

J1006

J1007

R503

D429

R421

J1004

J1083

J1082

TP113

J848

D801

J1014

D806

R517

IC501H3
J494

R106

C516

J502

C502

C407

J113

J114

Q1071

R107

R1071

R509

C102

L401

J407

D101

R1053

R1054

J1053

C1081

L1001

J409

C101

J116

J117

D1051
D1052
J1051

D428

R428

J104

C106

D482

C416
C416A

C414

R482

J413

C511

R510

C511A

R497

C484

V-ADJ.UP

R497A

V-ADJ.DOWN

IC501H2

R513

R507

R505

R1059

D1001

J1052

C1051

C1001

C503

J412
J411

Q402

R511A

R511

H-OUT

C1059

L501

R512

D502

J501

C501

C504

16

TUNER

IC501

R508

R506

R504

J1001

J1003

R1072

R430

L402

C506

IC1081

D501

C473

R416

R406

Q401

C406

L401A

R514

R1073

R404

C417A

C408

L404

D408

R481

R353

C418

J211
R201
X161

X251

C403

C256

C221

C426

C401

C405
C509

R884

C829

CPU

Q005

C624

D624
C622

R405

R494

R485

D487

R408

C258

C253

D351

L801

D843

X801
C851

C489

Q486
C626
D486

R489

L623

D623

R699

C211
J209
L256

Q208

R252

C421

C252

D421

R441
R443

R401

R444
C505
J812

J443
R829
R402

R823

R883

C822

C856

J624

R486

C853

D836
J802

R489A

D625

C623

L626

C482

D481

C481

R405A

C015

C3435

C3437

C3448

J3471

C3442

J144

C3441

J3401

J017

D472

KSP

AUDIO OUT

C001

1 D001

C002

C3427

C3447

J809

C802

C811
L821

R683
L851

J482 R487

J481

L625

C625

10
10

C608

C493
R491

J111

TE7

A101

IC001

J690

J3402

C3424
C3418

1B

C010

C011

C3411
C3417

C3416

C3413

J3403

PS
60

J013

C3414

C3412
J3404

C3439

C3432

J814

D834

L863

C806

J811

L3401

16

R612

C608A

R471

K1002
K1001

C3408

C3436

R630

T601A

T601

C611

R493
R492
D471

C471

22

C3404

C3401

C629

IC601

Q695

16

L602A

R604

R611

Q601H1

KX

TP10

R617

D611

L611

J808
R1910
R1909

C634

R694

J614

L602

R606

Q611

R610

L612
Q612

B10B09900 A
NA7C

KX5P

KX4P

TUNER

HLC

C1002

C683

C693

Q693

C630

R631

3
J616

R605

D614

R603

E
J606

D613

C614

T402H10

C1901

Q681

R692
D693

R601H3

C604

R607

C613

E
C612 R614

Q613

C417

D1002

E
D629
D680

E Q627

R634

D601

D602

C603

D603

D604

R618

C412A

K1051

KY1P

D1902

IC681A

IC681

R686

E
Q635

R601H2

C606A

T402A

J1907

J601

E
D627

R601A

A2

C606
R602

T402H7

AV
T402H1

K1003
L413
C411

T402H9

KX3P

KX1P

????

R628

R601H1
R601

A1

R411
T402H6

TP301
LF601

J608

C601

T402H11B

L1901

D683

C601C C601B

T402H2
T402H8

C412
T402H3
T402H12

TJ3
T402H4
T402H5
T402B

T402H11

R412

TP317

TP132
KT3P

X141
TJ6
R488
C633A

1
R495

V-OUT

CLK

KB 4

KY

FBT
KTP

R495A

B10B0990A A

KT5P

T402

TP50

ACK

IC501H1

T401A

1
4
TP34
C633

Q601H2

TJ1

T151

8
TJ5

J112

KT4P

R407

STA
TUS

T601H7

IC802

5
T601AH11

R472

IVC
R615

T601AH14

NA7C

KT1P

T601H2

TJ2

R613

R635

D612

POWER-CIRCUIT
C609H2

C632A

TP7

GND

C632

C609H1

D1901

C601A

C609

K1011

F-AV
F601A

KD

C1902

C631
C631A

F601B

PS601A

TP318

4A 125V

T401

R498
KT2P

PS601

SW1905

MTS
4A-125V

SW1904
SW1903
SW1902

ATTENTION : POUR MAINTENIR LA PROTECTION CONTRE


LES RISQUES D INCENDIE UTILISER UN FUSIBLE DE
RECHANGE DE MEME TYPE 4A, 125V.

4A 125V

SW1906

CH-DN

SW1901

FOR CONTINUED PROTECTION AGAINST A RISK OF FIRE,


REPLACE ONLY WITH THE SAME TYPE 4A, 125V FUSE.
CAUTION

MENU
CH-UP
VOL-DN
VOL-UP
A1901

POWER

RL601

HDT
TP51

DATA

KD1P
KD2P

POWER-TRANS
Q601

LF601B
LF601A

D699

COMPONENT AND TESTPOINT LOCATIONS


MAIN BOARD PARTS SIDE

B10B09900
A
NA7C
4

23

TJ3

C416A

C416

R411
J407

KB
KX5P

R3437

C417
X
C412A

C412
C411
T402H4

L413

KX3P

T402H3

R412

T402H5

T402H2

T402

T402H7

T402H6

L611

Q612

R609

R619

R616

R607

T402H11

Q613 E

C612
R614

D613

R618

C613

J609
J610

D614

C609H1

C614

L612

J605

J604

C604
D604

X
R602

C606
X

C606A

R601H2

A2

R601

Q627

R601A

E
D627

R610

J606

R603
R606

R629

R692

C683

C3436

48

24

C3416

12

13

C3401

A1

R691

J608

C601C

J603

E R628

R601H1

C3408

J3404

C3412

R3411

C3414

C3411

TP301

C011

C010

R3401

C3404

10

Q681 E

20

C3413

J3403

R3422
R3421

C3418

C3417

C004

J3402

IC
34
01

KD

Q601H1

D611

Q611
J613
J615

R608

D603

D602

C603

R601H3

40

KD2P

C884

D884

R611

R617

R604

R605
J619

D601

ER634

C693
R693

D693
E Q693

C634

25

KD1P

R471

C471

Q601H2

R491

C633A

D471

C633

C493

C611

C608A

J611

R694
Q635

IC601

37

30

C003

IC001

LF601

D881

R407
R485

R495

R492

D487

T601H7
C608

T601H2
J614

C632A

R493

T601AH14

R494

T601AH11

T601

R631

C632

C481

R695

Q695

C3439
C3432

36

C3427

R353

T401

J616

D481

L602

2
1

L602A

D612

R612

TJ5
T601A

R630

C629

R481

C482

77

J481

C002

C3424

C001

C015

D001

R627

D408

L404

C821

C630

R683
L851

L3401

J482

J811

R635

16

16

R489

J802

C806

C822

L863

D834

R1909

R1910

C3447

R632

R405

C625

D625

R489A

R487

D836

C853

C854

R814
R816

C811
L821

J814

J808

J809

C3435

R3433
R3432

TP317
C3437

R003

C006

IC681A

C800

C1901

C601

C601A

J601
D683

F601A

C689

R1901

C601B

J1907

C631A

X X

C631

C1902

D1901

F601B

L1901

C1002

R3442
R3441

R3443
R3444

J013

D629 IC681
D680
R686

D1002
D1902

R1002

POWER

R404

R005

10

L625

D486

R486

J624

R853

C858

R801

IC801

R813

D843

C802

R883
L801

R402

J443

R401

J812

C505

J3471
C3448

C3442

C3441

TP318

C408

10

Q486

L626

C856
J005

C857

C852

R858

20 21

22

C829

R823

R829

D351

C402

R444

R443

R441

D421

J144

C252

R252

C421

R001
R002

J017

J3401

D472

KSP

C3434
C3433

Q401

T401A
C407

C623

L623

C626

C489

Q005

C851

X801

10

C862

30

J813

R862

R881

R882

C405

C441

C427

C401

R251

C253

J209

L256

J018

C3431

R406

J618

C622

D624

C624

Q001

42 40

R884

J881

C509

C282

R442

C426

C256

R321

R281

40

41

C251

R209

C221

Q208

C211

J211

C3422

SW1901

R430

C406

J402

J401

R488

IC501H3
R416

J1013

C628

E
R006

J803

C012

J804

TJ1

J409

L401A

L401

J1014

J1011

R833

C835

R510

C473

R106

R832

D490

R495A

C511

L402

C404

R013

J852

J851

R852

C511A

R511

IC501H2
J493

R835

R844

R842
R843

R847

C807
C810

30

C403

R851

J411

J494

IC501H1
J492

R849

R848

J441

25

50

R854

R1902

J413

K1003
L501

D501

R499

TJ6

J412

R512

R517

Q490 E

R810

24

R212

X251

R221

C257

J216

C258

X161

R201

J201

Q831

R511A

R3436
R518

C497

L812

L811

KS
R886

J501

D801

J446

R846

C809

D806

L284

J445

C285

J842

J843

C842

TP36

20

R289

R806
R809

R513

C516

J502

J449

J448

J447

R400

J453

R287
R288

IC501

C508

C506

C502

D429
R503
J1007

C841

D482

FIX
-R
C501

D502

R506

R509

R514

R284

J841

C284

60

C212

R211

Q202 E

R497

FIX
-L
D831

R497A

K1001
R508

J1001

R276

R273

IC
10
1

10

R165

C808

R507

V-IN
C801

TJ2

R408

R482

AUX2-R

R505

R1001
R3447

R504

R1006
R1007

R1081
R1082
R1004

C503

C504

J1002

J1006

C272

64

C153

R807
R808
R831

C418

K1002
R421

J1004

J1083

J1082

C131

TP35
IC802

R428

D1059

L1001

R272

C1059

R1003

C843

R161

R134

R3445

IC1081

C274
R274

C484

R1051
R409

C414

K1051
J1003

R1084

R162

C803 C161
C804

R803

C147

70

65

L164

A
R164

PB2

R3435

C1081

1
16

R804

J142

80

R133 L136

PB3

J414

R1052
R3434

C1001

R857

R856

J1081

TP113

J131

R131

R3448

C1071

R1073

R1071

R137
C135

C132

R1059

R1054

R1083

R1072

L146

J141

R135
C142

R142

R166

R163

B10B0990A
C151

R282

D428

R3446

SCL
J1052
D1001

J1053

J847

J276

J846

R141
C141

J134

C143
R143

J1051

MB
R1053

J112

J848

J102

L141

R144

D422

D1052

TB
J1071

J849

TP132

C1052

Q1071

R107

J114

R422

X141

D1051

C102

C103

R103

J113

C134

AUX2-L

EN

C1051

A101

C146
R449

T402A

J111

J104

C101

D101

SDA

C106

AGC

J117

C812

C813

PB
R167

1
J217
R864

TP7
R423

R472
R1903

IF
R426

SW1902

D699

R151
R3426

R405A

TE7
+

SW1903

D623

Q135
C3426

R1906

C152
C138
R136
C136
C133
C137
C3423

SW1904

VOL-UP

1B

TP10

T151
+
PB

R1904

60
PS

J021
R3407

SW1905

VOL-DN

R004
PB

C3403
C3402
R3402

R1907

CH-UP

R699

R208
C3421

R3406
C3406
C3407

R1905

PB

SW1906

C417A

K1011

CH-DN

MENU

J690

J116

MAIN BOARD FOIL SIDE


A1901

J1901

RL601

LF601A

LF601B

PS601

PS601A

C609

C609H2

R613

Q601
R615

J622

TP51

C883

D883

TP50

C1080

T402H8

T402H12

T402H11B

T402H1
T402H9

T402H10
PB1

KX1P
T402B

KY1P

1
KX4P

MAIN BOARD COMPONENTS AND TEST POINTS GRID LOCATIONS

Part

Loc.

Part

Loc.

Part

Loc.

Part

Loc.

Part

Loc.

Part

Loc.

D429
D612
D801
IC001
IC101
IC501
IC601
IC681

E2
B5
D3
F6
E4
D2
C5
C6

IC801
IC802
IC1081
IC3401
Q001
Q005
Q135
Q202

D4
E4
E2
E5
D4
D4
F3
F4

Q208
Q401
Q402
Q486
Q490
Q601
Q613
Q627

F5
B2
C2
D4
D3
A3
A4
C6

Q635
Q681
Q693
Q695
Q831
Q1071
R512
R513

B5
C6
B5
B5
D5
F2
D1
D1

TE7
TP7
TJ1
TJ6
TP16
TP21
TP50
TP51

F2
F3
C3
D3
F4
F3
A2
A2

TP317
TP318
T151

E5
E5
F4

KT1P

R498

D882

X
KT2P

X
KT3P

X
KT4P

X
KT5P

COMPONENT AND TESTPOINT LOCATIONS (Cont.)


PICTURE TUBE SOCKET BOARD
Q701
C702

R707A

B10B0990B

R701

1
R706

Q701A

R707

K7B

R717
(-)

9V HEATER +B

R704

R717A

R727
R727A

R716

R726

????

K7U1

SCREEN

Q721
Q721A

C742

K701

E
Q711

R711

5 (-) (-)

R724

R721

Q711A

K7S

GND
K7Y1

G R1

PIC TUBE SOCKET BOARD COMPONENTS


Part

Loc.

Q701
Q711
Q721

N/A
N/A
N/A

For parts or service contact


SANYO Fisher Service Corporation
21605 Plummer Street
Chatsworth, CA 91311 (U.S.A.)
300 Applewood Crescent,
Concord, Ontario L4K 5C7 (CANADA)
July / 2003 / 2000 SMC

Printed in U.S.A.

24

MODEL DS20930

Chassis No. 20930-03

WAVEFORMS
CAUTION

SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS

FOR CONTINUED PROTECTION AGAINST


A RISK OF FIRE, REPLACE ONLY WITH
THE SAME TYPE 4A, 125V FUSE.
ATTENTION: POUR MAINTENIR LA PROTECTION
CONTRE LES RISQUES D' INCENDIE UTILISER UN
FUSIBLE DE RECHANGE DE MEME TYPE 4A, 125V.

BLOCK DIAGRAM
NOTES ON SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS
1. All resistance values in ohms K=1,000 M=1,000,000.
2. Unless otherwise noted on schematic, all capacitor values less than 1 are expressed in F (Micro Farad),
and the values more than 1 are in pF.
3. Unless otherwise noted on schematic, voltage reading taken with VOM from point indicated to chassis
ground. Voltage reading taken using color-bar signal VHF channel 5, all controls at normal. Line voltage at 120
volts. Some voltages may vary with signal strength.
4. Waveforms were taken with color-bar signal and controls set for normal picture. Waveforms marked with
an may vary with signal strength.
5. The Symbol
indicates a fusible resistor, which protects the circuit from possible short circuits.
SERVICE NOTES:
1. When replacing parts on circuit boards, clamp the lead wires to terminals before soldering.
2. When replacing high wattage resistors on circuit board, keep the resistor body 10 mm (3/8) from circuit board.
3. Keep wires away from high voltage and high temperature components.

4A 125V

Note: Voltages were measured with offset color-bar signal and controls set for normal picture.

SDL

SCL

A101
UHF/VHF TUNER
WITH PLL
& BAND SW

H-S

IF
AGC

BUS SCL
BUS SDA
IC802
EEPROM

IIC SCL

IIC SDA

28

V-S

34

38
35

32

33

Q135
BUFFER
IC101
SIGNAL PROCESS
MUTE

SDA 9

S SW

X141 78/79
SAW
FILTER
RF AGC 77
11
ACL
Y 52

RC IN

S/COMP SW
AV1/AV2 SW

31

SW1901-1906
CONTROL KEYS

KEY IN

10

30

X IN
19

C808

MARK

B
EC

Y 54

K
K

A
A

29

RL601
RELAY

BC

EC

3
27

TOP VIEW
C
B ... BASE

1
12

32
IN
(1)

OUT
GND (3)
(2)

C ... COLLECTOR
E ... EMITTER
B

AC120V
60Hz

F601
AC
FUSE

11

Q601
SW.
C601

CHIP RESISTORS
TOP VIEW

S-Y 1

L
H

V1/V2 2

S-C 3

INT-V 5

V 14

1.0V HORIZ

K1001
REAR
AV IN
(AV2)

IC501- 5
(Vertical Output)

IC501- 1
(Inverting Input)

Q202-E (TP16)
(Internal Video)

Q401- B
(Horizontal Drive)

48 VERT

0.6V VERT

1.0V HORIZ

.7V HORZ

Q402- B
(Horizontal Output)

Q601- G
(Power Switching)

T402- 9
(Heater)

21V HORZ

15V 50KHz

28V HORIZ

Q202
BUFFER
Q001
POWER OFF
NOISE
CANCEL
4.5MHz L164
SOUND X161
TRAP

VIDEO
SW.
V
SYNC
SEP.

49

36

V-S

37

H-S

33

H-PULSE

26

BPA
COLOR
DEMOD

IC501
VERT.
OUTPUT

Q401
HORIZ.
DRIVE

30

5
ABL
1
6/7
H.V.
T402
HORIZ.
FOCUS
OUTPUT
SCREEN
TRANS.
HEATER
9

T401
H-DRIVE
TRANS.

BLACK
STRETCH

DEFLECTION
YOKE
L902

5
1

Q402
HORIZ.
OUTPUT

8
4

SHARP
40

HOLD DOWN

CONT
BRITE

12

Q721

-R OUT

Q711

-G OUT

Q701

-B OUT

IC001
AUDIO
AMP. 3

SP901
LEFT
SPEAKER
SP902
RIGHT
SPEAKER

LOW +B

HOLD DOWN
DETECT.
R

K1011
FRONT
AV IN
(AV 1)

AUDIO IN-1 (R)

H
HORIZ.
DRIVER

Q1071
BUFF.

D482

17

13
Q831
RESET

VIDEO IN-1

AUDIO +B

ABL

AUDIO IN-1 (L)

DELAY
LINE

C 4

Q005
AUDIO +B
SWITCH

56 VIDEO

VIDEO
DET.

Y 15

AFT S-CURVE

OSD
SW.

14

RGB
OUT

18

Q901
PIX TUBE

19

15

POWER FAIL

TJ1

D612
PHOTO
COUPLER

+130V
D627

26V

Q681
12V SW
DRIVE

Q635
OVERLOAD
PROTECT.

Q693,
Q695

AUDIO +B

D471

D802

12V

+12V

26V

15V

5V
ALWAYS

IC681
5V REG.

IC601
POWER
REG.

+200V

POWER
ON/OFF

Q613
ERR.
AMP.

4A 125V

V1 12

RESET

D624
D623

D601-D604
FULL WAVE
RECTIFIER

A....ANODE
K....CATHODE

V2 13

75

FM
DET.

CAP
VIDEO
OUT

Y CV IN
OSD (R)
OSD (G)
OSD (B)
OSD (BLK)

T601
CONVERTER
TRANS.
D625

LF601
LINE
FILTER

INFRARED EMITTING

B ... BASE
C ... COLLECTOR
E ... EMITTER

CHIP TRANSISTORS

E
BC

3.4V HORIZ

D481

PS601
POSISTOR

L901
DEGAUSING
COIL

K
A

SIDE VIEW

17
42
41
40
39

Q208

9/10

X 801

25

1
COUNT TERMINALS IN
ARROW DIRECTION

20

IC1081
VIDEO SWITCH

BEAM
VOLTAGE
DETECT.
ABL-IN

IC801
CPU
WITH
CAPTION
DECODER

+12V

B
B
E C
EC

B
EC

X OUT

DIODES

BUS
INTERFACE

SCL 10

EXT. VIDEO

A1901
RC PRE-AMP

C809

3.4V HORIZ

AUDIO IN-2 (R)

THIS TV CONTAINS CRITICAL PARTS TO PROTECT AGAINST X-RADIATION. NOMINAL 2ND ANODE VOLTAGE IS
29.1KV AT ZERO BEAM CURRENT AT 120 VOLTS AC LINE, AND MUST NOT EXCEED 31.1KV UNDER ANY
OPERATING CONDITION. SEE HIGH VOLTAGE CHECK ON PAGE 8.

AUDIO IN-2 (L)

ANT

X-RADIATION WARNING NOTE

TOP VIEW

3.4V HORIZ

LS OUT-R

TP 16

INT. VIDEO

TOP VIEW

IC101- 52
(Video Input)

VIDEO IN-2

RF AGC

TRANSISTORS

33 34 36 37

13

K1051
S-VIDEO IN
(AV 2)

PRODUCT SAFETY NOTICE

PHOTO COUPLERS

IC101- 19
(B-Output)

Y
C
S-SW

THE COMPONENTS DESIGNATED BY A STAR () ON THIS SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM DESIGNATE COMPONENTS


WHOSE VALUES ARE OF SPECIAL SIGNIFICANCE TO PRODUCT SAFETY. SHOULD ANY COMPONENT
DESIGNATED BY A STAR NEED TO BE REPLACED, USE ONLY THE PART DESIGNATED IN THE PARTS LIST. DO NOT
DEVIATE FROM THE RESISTANCE, WATTAGE AND VOLTAGE RATINGS SHOWN.

INTEGRATED CIRCUITS

IC101- 18
(G-Output)

4 LS OUT-L

IC3401
MTS DECODER

IC101- 17
(R-Output)

Q486
9V REG.

Q627
12V SW.
STANDBY MODE
ALWAYS +5V
CONTROL

Q490
5V REG.

9V
TJ5

D801

D428
(13V)

D429

ANODE LEAK
DETECT.

(7V)

5V
B6

R428

12 x 10 3 = 12K ohm

g7taa

123

VOLTAGE CHARTS

NOTE: Voltages were measured using color-bar signal and the controls set for normal picture.

Device/Pin #
D612-1

CAPACITOR AND RESISTOR CODE CHART


D612-2

CAPACITOR (Example)

D612-3

500 C K 1500 B

D ...........................
T ............................
J ............................
K ...........................
M ...........................
N ...........................
P ...........................
Z ...........................
C ...........................
C ...........................
E ...........................
F ...........................
N ...........................
T ............................
K ...........................
H ...........................
P ...........................
M ...........................

Characteristics
Value code
Tolerance code
Material code
Voltage rating

0.5pF
+50% 10%
5%
10%
20%
30%
+100% 0%
+80% 20%
0.25pF
Ceramic
Electrolytic
Polyester
Polypropylene
Tantalum
Ceramic
MT-Composite
NP. Electrolytic
MT-Polypropylene

RESISTOR (Example)
6 Y K 4.7

D ...........................
F ...........................
G ...........................
J ............................
K ...........................
M ...........................
F ............................
N ...........................
S ...........................
Y ...........................
C ...........................
D ...........................
W ..........................

Value code
Tolerance code
Material code
Wattage rating

25

0.5%
1%
2%
5%
10%
20%
Fusible
Metalized Carbon
Oxide Metalized
Wire Wound
Solid
Carbon Film
Wire Wound

D612-4
IC001-1
IC001-2
IC001-3
IC001-4
IC001-5
IC001-6
IC001-7
IC001-8
IC101-1
IC101-2
IC101-3
IC101-4
IC101-5
IC101-6
IC101-7
IC101-8
IC101-9
IC101-10
IC101-11
IC101-12
IC101-13
IC101-14
IC101-15
IC101-16
IC101-17
IC101-18
IC101-19
IC101-20
IC101-21
IC101-22
IC101-23
IC101-24
IC101-25
IC101-26
IC101-27
IC101-28
IC101-29
IC101-30
IC101-31
IC101-32
IC101-33
IC101-34
IC101-35

Device/Pin #

Volts/Mode
POWER ON:

25.7
POWER ON:

24.8
POWER ON:

0.7
POWER ON:

14.7
6.7
15.4
N.C.
GND
N.C.
1.4
1.4
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
5.1
2.1
2.7
3.8
3.6
4.3
1.5
1.5
1.4
0.2
8.2
2.5
2.2
2.4
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
N.C.
2.1
2.6
5.3
2.7
0.4
GND
N.C.
1.0
1.8
N.C.

POWER OFF:

9.6
POWER OFF:

8.0
POWER OFF:

0.4
POWER OFF:

1.7

IC101-36
IC101-37
IC101-38
IC101-39
IC101-40
IC101-41
IC101-42
IC101-43
IC101-44
IC101-45
IC101-46
IC101-47
IC101-48
IC101-49
IC101-50
IC101-51
IC101-52
IC101-53
IC101-54
IC101-55
IC101-56
IC101-57
IC101-58
IC101-59
IC101-60
IC101-61
IC101-62
IC101-63
IC101-64
IC101-65
IC101-66
IC101-67
IC101-68
IC101-69
IC101-70
IC101-71
IC101-72
IC101-73
IC101-74
IC101-75
IC101-76
IC101-77
IC101-78
IC101-79
IC101-80

26

Volts/Mode
5.0
4.3
4.7
GND
0
GND
GND
GND
2.3
3.6
2.1
3.1
GND
2.5
GND
GND
2.6
5.1
2.9
2.6
2.5
GND
3.6
4.4
4.4
GND
GND
GND
GND
2.4
2.2
2.2
2.4
3.2
GND
GND
GND
2.3
GND
2.2
2.6
2.2
2.9
2.9
GND

Device/Pin #
IC501-1
IC501-2
IC501-3
IC501-4
IC501-5
IC501-6
IC501-7
IC601-1
IC601-2
IC601-3
IC681-1
IC681-2
IC681-3
IC801-1
IC801-2
IC801-3
IC801-4
IC801-5
IC801-6
IC801-7
IC801-8
IC801-9
IC801-10
IC801-11
IC801-12
IC801-13
IC801-14
IC801-15
IC801-16
IC801-17
IC801-18
IC801-19
IC801-20
IC801-21
IC801-22
IC801-23
IC801-24
IC801-25
IC801-26
IC801-27
IC801-28
IC801-29
IC801-30
IC801-31
IC801-32
IC801-33
IC801-34
IC801-35
IC801-36

Volts/Mode

Device/Pin #

2.5
25.9
2.9
GND
18.0
26.5
2.6
130.0
24.8
GND
13.4
GND
5.0
4.0
4.9
4.9
0
0
0.3
0
0
0
4.9
GND
4.8
GND
4.9
1.9
0.2
2.1
GND
2.2
2.0
GND
4.9
GND
GND
4.9
0.3
POWER ON:

4.9
2.4
2.8
0
4.9
3.6
4.9
3.7
4.8
4.9

POWER OFF:

IC801-37
IC801-38
IC801-39
IC801-40
IC801-41
IC801-42
IC802-1
IC802-2
IC802-3
IC802-4
IC802-5
IC802-6
IC802-7
IC802-8
IC1081-1
IC1081-2
IC1081-3
IC1081-4
IC1081-5
IC1081-6
IC1081-7
IC1081-8
IC1081-9
IC1081-10
IC1081-11
IC1081-12
IC1081-13
IC1081-14
IC1081-15
IC1081-16
IC3401-1
IC3401-2
IC3401-3
IC3401-4
IC3401-5
IC3401-6
IC3401-7
IC3401-8
IC3401-9
IC3401-10
IC3401-11
IC3401-12
IC3401-13
IC3401-14
IC3401-15
IC3401-16
IC3401-17
IC3401-18
IC3401-19
IC3401-20
IC3401-21

Volts/Mode
4.9
4.8
0.2
0
0
0
GND
GND
GND
GND
4.9
4.9
GND
5.0
2.5
2.9
2.5
2,4
2.4
GND
GND
GND
0
0
0
2.9
2.5
2.9
2.9
9.3
4.1
4.1
4.1
4.1
3.6
3.7
GND
4.1
4.1
4.1
4.1
4.9
4.1
1.3
1.3
0
GND
3.2
9.1
0
4.1

Device/Pin #
IC3401-22
IC3401-23
IC3401-24
IC3401-25
IC3401-26
IC3401-27
IC3401-28
IC3401-29
IC3401-30
IC3401-31
IC3401-32
IC3401-33
IC3401-34
IC3401-35
IC3401-36
IC3401-37
IC3401-38
IC3401-39
IC3401-40
IC3401-41
IC3401-42
IC3401-43
IC3401-44
IC3401-45
IC3401-46
IC3401-47
IC3401-48
Q001-B
Q001-C

Volts/Mode

Q486-B
Q486-C
Q486-E
Q490-B
Q490-C
Q490-E

4.1
3.7
3.9
4.1
4.1
4.1
1.9
4.1
4.1
2.0
4.1
4.1
4.1
0
4.1
4.1
4.1
4.1
4.1
4.1
GND
4.1
4.1
4.2
GND
4.1
4.1
POWER ON:

0.7
POWER ON:

Q001-E
Q005-B
Q005-C
Q005-E

0
GND
15.4
16.0
16.1

Q135-B
Q135-C
Q135-E
Q202-B
Q202-C
Q202-E
Q208-B
Q208-C
Q208-E
Q401-B
Q401-C
Q401-E
Q402-B
Q402-C
Q402-E

2.2
5.0
1.5
1.7
GND
2.3
2.5
GND
3.1
0.3
17.7
GND
3.2
N/A
3.2

27

Device/Pin #

Q601-G
Q601-D
Q601-S
Q613-B
Q613-C
Q613-E
Q627-B
Q627-C
Q627-E
Q635-B
Q635-C
POWER OFF:

0
POWER OFF:

17.0

Q635-E
Q681-B
Q681-C
Q681-E
Q693-B
Q693-C
Q693-E
Q695-B
Q695-C
Q695-E
Q701-B
Q701-C
Q701-E

Device/Pin #

Volts/Mode
9.9
11.6
9.2
5.9
6.7
5.2
POWER ON:

5.8
POWER ON:

157
POWER ON:

15
POWER ON:

0.2
POWER ON:

4.7
GND
POWER ON:

12.7
POWER ON:

13.2
POWER ON:

13.3
POWER ON:

3.4
POWER ON:

25.0
POWER ON:

3.4
POWER ON:

0.7
POWER ON:

0
GND
POWER ON:

0.5
POWER ON:

24.7
POWER ON:

0.6
POWER ON:

24.7
GND
POWER ON:

24.8
2.4
154.9
2.2

POWER OFF:

0.4
POWER OFF:

164
POWER OFF:

Q711-B
Q711-C
Q711-E
Q721-B
Q721-C
Q721-E
Q831-B
Q831-C
Q831-E
Q1071-B
Q1071-C
Q1071-E

Volts/Mode
2.4
158.0
2.2
2.3
159.0
2.2
4.2
4.9
4.9
3.0
GND
3.7

POWER OFF:

0.1
POWER OFF:

0.1
POWER OFF:

8.0
POWER OFF:

0
POWER OFF:

8.0
POWER OFF:

1.3
POWER OFF:

8.2
POWER OFF:

1.1
POWER OFF:

0
POWER OFF:

6.0
POWER OFF:

5.2
POWER OFF:

7.1
POWER OFF:

4.7
POWER OFF:

7.4
POWER OFF:

8.0

28

MODEL DS20930

Chassis No. 20930-03


TUNER

C1051
16EM22LBWA

A101

10

AGC

MB

IF

9V

L1001
J

C101
6.3EM
470LBWA

J1002
1/10GZ0C

R1007
1/10GJ
27KC

R1004
1/10GJ
27KC

K1051

R1003
1/10GJ
10KC

C Y
GND GND

10
9

R1052
1/10GJ75C

R1059
1K

S-SW

C IN

C1059
16EM10LBWA

C1080
KZ0.1LZF

C1081
16EM10LBWA

5VB6

R857
100

C1052
KK0.01LZB

R1081
1/10GJ22KC

J1003
J
J1053
J

R856
100

R1082
1/10GJ22KC

12

AV1/AV2 SW

15 16
17 18

Y IN

R1051
1/10GJ75C

S/COMP SW

13

D1051

GND

14

PB
TU+B

DATA
CLK

F1BAM0280
:F1BAM0290

D1052

7
8

S-VIDEO OUT

6 2 4 3 1 5

S-GND

D1059

R1006
1/10GJ
10KC

R106
R107
DJ8.2K 1/2DJ18K

14

13

<CV OUT>

12

11

10

R208
1/10GJ1KC

41

R809
1/10GJ R810
4.7KC 1/10GJ22KC
6

IC802

VER
C/D

80

IF-GND

X141
SF5235P

C146
KK0.01
LZB C147

SDA,SCL

BUS

TP20

L141
J

R131
1/10GJ
33KC

C131
EM1 R803
LBWA 100

6.3EM100LBWA

R161
1/10GJ100KC
C161
KZ0.1
LZF

R162
1/10GJ
100KC

R823
100

ABL

DRIVE/
CUT-OFF

CLAMP

10

E/W

11

12

13

C843
KZ0.1
R273 C272 LZF
1/10GJ EM3.3
LBWA
R804 10KC
100
R274
1/10GJ
5.6KC

14

C842
KZ0.1
LZF

15

5V

L146
J

R864
1/10GJ
120KC

C505
63GJ0.47
LBZA

33

SDA

VCAWGT

32

18

19

20

21

22

23

24

VCATC

31

DGND

VCAIN

30

MAININ

VEOUT

29

MAINOUT

VETC

28

VEWGT

PCINT1
PCINT2
PLINT

14

C284 C285
16EM47 KK0.01
LBWA LZB

Q490
2SD400
E-MP

C497
6.3EM
100LBWA

R284
47

D490

5VB6

20

21

22

C3423
10TK3.3DR
R3422
1/10GJ3KC

C3422
KK0.047LZB

25

24

23

C011
25EM220LBWA

R3421
1/10GJ3.3KC

C3421
KK2700
LZB
C3418
25PM4.7D

C3413 C3414
EM4.7 16EM100
LBWA LBWA

R003
1/10GJ
1.8KC
TP34

L284
J

<9.0V B5>

IC001
LA4525

AUDIO MUTE
C012
16EM22LBWA

C631
R601

POWER CIRCUIT

7WK1VEA

DY

R518
1/10GJ
18KC

C416
200MM0.27UVB
:250MJ0.27UAP

C508
CJ56CL
R509
6.8K

R512
X
1

KX1P
R513
X

C504
25EM
2200
LBWA

R508
18K

R504
6.8K

R506
560

R507
1/2DJ1

T401

L401
J

C473
HJ0.47

R406
1/2DJ1K

L402

R411

C408
35EM
47LBWA

FO

D612
PHOTO

26V

R630
330

R632
1/10GJ
1KC

R634
47K

R692
180K R694
10K

Q695
2SA
1015Y

R703
1/10GJ820C

C701
KK1200LZB

R701
180

J606
J

RL601

Q693
AE

J616
J

R614
J

R617

C606
250KM
1000VBW

D613

FJ
220P

Q613
2SC3069

R616
1/10G
J10KC

C689
KZ0.1LZF

R618
DJ470

C614
63FJ
0.01
LBZA

R619
1/10GJ
22KC

D683
R

12V

R686 J

POWER REG.
SE130NH

D693

R602
1/2CM
3.3MXU

IC601

CAUTION

D471

5
LOW +B

R726
1/2DJ2.7K

8
6

R716
1/2DJ2.7K

11

KB
J11NA040N

R471
1/2DJ1B

C471
16EM470
LBWA
R497
2SJ4.7

R706
1/2DJ2.7K

Q901

R289 1/10GJ100C

R287 1/10GJ100C
R288 1/10GJ100C

4A 125V

15V

CRT

D429
R

K7Y1

AFC

10

D482
9

R428
15K

TE7
D428

RELAY DRI.

R423

TP7

11

1/10GF3.3KC

D481

C484
EM4.7
LBWA

R421
1/6NF
2.2K

FOR CONTINUED PROTECTION AGAINST


A RISK OF FIRE, REPLACE ONLY WITH
THE SAME TYPE 4A, 125V FUSE.
ATTENTION: POUR MAINTENIR LA PROTECTION
CONTRE LES RISQUES D' INCENDIE UTILISER UN
FUSIBLE DE RECHANGE DE MEME TYPE 4A, 125V.

HOLD DOWN CIRCUIT

R482
DJ1B

HEATER

R422
1/6NF
10K

D421
D422
HZ11
HZ11
B2L

B2L

C421
6.3EM220LBWA

KS

GND

C493
100PM
2.2X

R704
82

R713
1/10GJ
820C B-OUT
Q701

C632
250KM
1000
VBW

10

R493
DJ390K

R494
DJ390K

5 9

C482
100
EM22

TP51

<B>

C711
KK1000
LZB

R481
1/2DJ
47B

3
V+B

4
5

R711
180

9V

K701

1000
LZB

R491
DJ1K
1

<G>

TP50

SOCKET

KK

T402

<R>

K7U1

R721
180

G-OUT
Q711

C630
EM1L
BWA

TP35

R714
1/10GJ82C

C613

GNDCONNECTOR
W902

NOTES;
1. RESISTORS SPECIFIED WITH RESISTANCE VALUE ARE "1/6DJ".
2. RESISTORS SPECIFIED WITH TYPE OF RESISTOR, TOLERANCE
AND RESISTANCE VALUE ARE "1/4".
3. ALL CAPACITORS ARE 50WV RATING UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED.
4. PARTS MARKED WITH
ARE RELATED WITH X-RADIATION.
5. THICK LINES ARE 15WATTS SUPPLY LINE.
6. VIEW OF TR & FET & IC.
LETTER
TOP VIEW
SIDE
N

B
EC

1
7. ISOLATION BORDER LINE.
COLD SIDE

HOT SIDE

E CB

E
BC3
12S
GD

IN CASE
OF TR
IN CASE
OF IC
IN CASE
OF FET

8. LIST OF REPLACEABLE DIODES.


M (7ED00025)
R (7DD00019)
AA (7DD00192)
P (7DD00021)

1SS176, 1SS133, GMA01


1S2076, 1S2473, DS442, 1N4148
1S2076, 1S2473, DS442, 1N4148, 1SS133
1S2076A,1S2471, 1N4148

9. LIST OF REPLACEABLE TRANSISTORS.


AD (7T200183)
AE (7QT00202)
AB (7T200181)
AC (7T200182)

2SC1740S
Q,R,S
Q,R,S
2SA933S
R
Q,R

2SC945A
Q,P
R,Q,P
2SA564A
R
Q,R

2SC1815
Y,GR
O,Y,GR
2SA1015
Y,GR
O,Y,GR

10. "J" : JUMPER WIRE.


"X" : PART NOT USED.

IMPORTANT:
SCHEMATIC PART LOCATION NUMBERS MAY NOT ALWAYS MATCH THE SCHEMATIC SYMBOLS.
THE SCHEMATIC SYMBOLS AND PART DESCRIPTIONS ARE CORRECT AND SHOULD BE USED.
THE PART DESCRIPTIONS WILL BE LISTED UNDER THE LOCATION NUMBER IN THE PARTS LIST.

29

30

31

KD

D614

63FJ
R609
DJ1.5K 6800
LBZA

D629

TP320

SC

F.B.T

C742
2000KZ
1000HE

C721
K7S

D699

TP319

TP36
2

R723
1/10GJ
820C

L602

16

PS601

R727
2SJ
12K

R-OUT
Q721

C625
1000KK
1200CRD

A2

R607
1/2
FJ22

J611
1/10GZ0C

R610
DJ1.2K

J619

J615
1/10GZ0C

AC CORD

F601B

C601

C612
63FJ
3300
LBZA

1/10GZ0C

A1

63FJ0.1LBZA

R724
82

D611
J

W601

250GK
0.22XD

R606
J

R611
47K

F601
4A125V

F601A

R608
1/10GZ0C

J613
1/10GZ0C

LF601

12K

Q701/Q711/Q721
2SC2621CRA

R613
2SJ0.39

11

R695
1/10GJ
22KC

R693
1/10GJ
560KC

Q401
2SC3332R

C406
500KK
1000A

C407
500KK
3900A

HV

K7B

12K

D408

C693

KY1P
X

R717
2SJ

C634
16EM47
LBWA

R404
J

7SJ
6.8VC

L625

Q635
AE

R505
1/2DJ
1.2

2SK2638F82 3

H-OUT

C503
EK2.2AE

R631
DJ6.8K

R405
82

Q402
TT2168LS
21

Q601

COUPLER

B1

7200XK

C506
FK5600
BF

130V

HORIZONTAL DEFLECTION
C411
1500MH

R503
3.9K

R514
J

26V

R629
1/10GJ
1KC

<RGB>

C516
16EM10LBWA

KX3P

L902

R612
1/2FJ10

L623

D625

IN

OUT

R517
18K

D502

TJ1
X

130V

D624

C628
160EM
220XJ
<X-RAY>

D501

R699
DJ10K

C502
35EM
220

2SJ120

KX4P

R511

FOR TEST EQUIPMENT

<POWER FAIL>

KT5P

C511
KX5P FK0.22D

Q681
AE

10

B1
D680
R

R605
DJ560K

D604
C604
500KK1000A

D603

C608
1000KK
1000NH

R603
DJ560K

14

C683
16EM220LBWA

<H-PULSE>

L501
J

KT4P

KT3P
1

KT2P
1

KTP
KT1P

ASSY, PWB, MAIN

L413
HLC
X

<H-DRIVE>

L404
J

C626
16EM
1000
LBWA

R627
1/10GJ
10KC

D601
C603
500KK
1000A

D602

C609
200EM330XG

R604
2SJ2.2

13

C622
35EM
470
LBWA

R628
DJ1.2K

R683
4.7K

L626
J

R408
J

GND

VCC

R485
18K

D487

VERTICAL DEFLECTION

26V

R492
1/6NF33K

D623

Q627
2SB985S

C629
16EM
220LBWA

12

PQ050EA1MXP

100
R884

1/10GJ100C

R276
12K

LA78041

R707
2SJ

26V

T601

TJ3
X

IC681

12V

100
R883

R882

R881

1/10GJ100C

<POWER FAIL>

Q001
AE

250KM
1000VBW

26V

1 2 3

D627
R

<ABL>

ASSY, PWB, SOCKET

5 VOLTS REG

5V

R005
1/10GJ10KC
R006
DJ1.5K

9V-REG.

R487
390

D486

<POWER ON/OFF>

<ALWAYS +5V>

IC501

R013
5.6K

<ACL>

15V

Q005
2SB764E

C003
KK5600LZB

32

SP901

SP902

1.0W 10Z

R472
2SJ8.2

D472
J

J005
1/10GZ0C

Q486
2SD400E-MP

<SIF>

C006
KK0.01LZB

<VERTICAL-OUT>

D001
3

R489
2SJ22
R486
2SJ8.2

C489
16EM220LBWA

TJ5

1/10GJ6.8KC

AUDIO AMP.

C001
EM0.22
LBWA

SPEAKER OUT

C010
25EM220LBWA

C3416
25PM4.7D

C004
KK5600LZB

R004
1/10GJ
1.8KC

KSP
1

C015
16EM330
LBWA

C002
EM0.22LBWA

9V

R272

19

C3424
25PM4.7D

C3417
EM4.7LBWA

C3412
16EM47LBWA

R001
1/10GJ8.2KC

R499
390

18

C3426
10TK10DR

L3401
J

R002
1/10GJ8.2KC

1SJ15

17

27

R3426
1/10GJ3.9KC

C3427
EM1LBWA

VE 26

SAPIN

R3411
1/10GF
62KC

TP301

R488

16

15

R495
1SJ33

TJ6

TRE-R

IC3401
CXA2134QP
AUDIO PROCESSOR

FRAME-GND
17

36

NC 35

SCL

NC

16

AUX2-R

C3411
EM0.47LBWA

R443 4.7K

SURRTC

34

AUX1-R

TVOUT-L
TVOUT-R
AUX2-L

AUX1-L

LSOUT-L

13

C3408
EM0.47LBWA

NC

LSOUT-R

D801
R

R444 18K

25

10
R402
DJ120

37

38

BASS-L

R3407
11
1/10GJ
1MC
12

C3406
C3407
KK0.012 KK5600
LZB
LZB

39

VOLIN-R

<5V B6>

R3406
1/10GJ
100KC

C401
16EM470
LBWA

C509
63GJ 0.47
LBZA

C841
KZ0.1
LZF

C274
16EM10
LBWA

C3404
25PM4.7D

R401
DJ100

C402
63FJ6800
KK0.01
LBZA
LZB

26

L863
J

D831

28

VER
RAMP

AFT

MEMORY

ST24C02B6

27mA +5V

HDR
VCC

C143
KK0.01
LZB

TP132

VER
SEP

27

FRAME-GND

R829
100

OSD
SW

78

TP113

R862
1/10GJ
100C

OSD
FIX GAIN
BRIGHT

R813
1/10GJ
10KC

R814
1/10GJ
10KC

VIF

R833
10K

C829 R831
EM1 1/10
LBWA GJ
100KC

R886
1/10GJ10KC

C801
KK0.01
LZB

C862
KK0.01
LZB

C811
EM1LBWA

<ALWAYS 5V>

BLK,B,G,R

D836
R
D834

R808
1/10GJ
10KC

R816
1/10GJ
330C

C141
KK0.01
LZB
R143
1/10GJ
1KC

29

RF
AGC

77

L801

R400
100

C403

IF
AGC

79

R806
1/10GJ
4.7KC

C405
PM1
LBZA

R409
1/10GJ
5.6KC

TP12

76

KK0.022
LZB

R144
J

TP11

L811

Q831
AJ

C142

L812

R807
1/10GJ
10KC

R3402
1/10GJ220C

31

30

75

C809
CJ100
CL

D843
R

H-GND

DC
REST

R142
1/10GJ
33KC

<RF AGC>

C822
16EM
22
LBWA

CONTRAST
BRIGHT

IF-GND

42

C810
CJ100
CL

C806
6.3EM
470
LBWA

D351

RGB
MATRIX

40

HS

VS
G

40

R3401
1/10GJ220C

41

39

R137
1/10GJ
1KC

CPU
RESET
32

BLACK
STRETCH

74

33

HDR
OUT

DC
VOL

73

R135
1/10GZ0C

COLOR
CLAMP

42

38

R844
1/10GJ560C

PEAKING
CORING

43

37

POWER
FAIL

S SELECT

AV1/AV2
36

72

TP21

R353
10K

R281
1/10GJ10KC

44

L821

35

34

BLK

33

MUTE

32

ACK

31

S-SEL

ABL-IN
30

R849
5.6K

31

PHASE
SHIFTER

AFC1

45

46

29

STATUS

KEY-IN

RC
IN

AVCC

HLF
28

R843
1/10GJ560C

FM
DET

K1011

27

DEMO

34
SW

26

BUS
SCL

25

IIC
SCL

24

BUS
SDA

23

IIC
DSA

22

IC801
QXXAVB927P

AFT
S-CURVE

POWER

RES

VCC

<C022>
FS

RF-AGC

VHOLD

CVIN

CNVSS

XIN

XOUT

VSS
uPROCESSOR

R848
5.6K

DELAY
LINE

C3401
EM0.1LBWA

R449
1/10GF4.7KC

NC

Q135
2 AE

2ND AMP
BPF

R3441
1/10GJ
330KC

R3442
1/10GJ
100C

TRAP

35

47

TOUT-L

STIN
NOISETC
SAPOUT

AFC2

48
1

SUOUT

HDR
C/D

C3436
25PM4.7D

NC

FBP

VCC

1/256

SYNC
SEP

C3441
EM4.7
LBWA

37

C3431
KK4700
LZB

R441
1K

36

LIM
AMP

71

C441
KK0.01LZB

C3439
25PM
4.7D

38

ACC
KILLER

R3443
1/10GJ
330KC

R3444
1/10GJ
100C

R1 IN

R442
1/10GJ10KC

<P-FAIL>

R842
1/10GJ560C

39

C3442
EM4.7
LBWA

C3433 C3434
KK4700 KK0.022
LZB
LZB

C3432
EM0.1LBWA

<X-RAY>

H-GND

HDR
VCO

1ST AMP
BPF

R847
5.6K

C427
KK0.01
LZB

<12V>

10

CW
KIL

TINT

70

C835
KK0.01
LZB

11

APC1

L1 IN

40

BPF

BPF

D1002
FRONT A/V JACK

SPLL

69

Q1071
AC

R426
1/10GJ680C

X-RAY

VIDEO
SW

R1002
1/10GJ75C

V1 IN

41

<H-PULSE>

12

C137
CJ10CL

BLK

42

43

FRAME-GND

SW

R846
1K

44

<H-DRIVE>

13

45

<HS>

14

46

<VS>

15

CLMP

47

16

NC

48

17

49

18

68

C134
KK1000LZB

19

50

VCO

VIDEO
DET

IF-VCC
60mA

20

51

VIDEO
AMP

IF-GND

21

52

SAPTC

CLMP

67

C133
R133
1/10GJ KK0.01
LZB
3KC

R835
1/10GJ2.7KC

R858
1/10GJ
22KC

53

A2C
PLL

L851

54

C136
1/10GZ
0C

R851
1/10GJ
1KC

55

65

EM0.47LBWA

C856
EM1LBWA

C858
KK1000
LZB

56

TOUT-R

NC

FRAME-GND

C854
CJ82CL

R852
1/10GJ39KC
1

57

C151

66

C857
CJ220CL

58

BASS-R

59

R1084
1/10GJ10KC

GND

60

R2 IN
R3445
1/10GJ
330KC

R3446
1/10GJ
100C

R1083
1/10GJ27KC

NC

61

R3447
1/10GJ
330KC

C3447
EM4.7LBWA

VOLIN-L
TRE-L
NC

62

REAR A/V JACK

L2 IN

C1002
16EM10LBWA

<V-OUT>

1K

R151
1/10GJ
330C

C853
EM0.1LBWA

63

C3448
EM4.7LBWA

R853
1/10GJ
1MC

R1909

64

C251
1/10GZ
0C

R167
1/10GJ
180C

R854
1/10GJ2.2KC

C1071
KK0.01LZB

2VP-P

D1901 SW1906 SW1905 SW1904 SW1903 SW1902 SW1901

X801

C153
EM0.47
LBWA

POWER

R1053
10K

C256
EM1
LBWA

19mA +8V

VOL.+

BLK

VOL.-

R1071
390

R321
1/10GJ
10KC

R3448
1/10GJ
100C

R1054
27K
C252
63FK0.047LBZB

X251

C221
PM1LBZA

CH +

<SDA>

CH -

PRESET

R212
1/10
GJ
680KC

V/C/VERT
GND

C253
EM0.47LBWA
R251
1/10GJ
22KC

R209
1/10GJ
100C

C258
16EM47
LBWA

VIF/SIF/Y/C/DEFLECTION

1
2

1
2

R166
1/10GJ
390C

1
2

1
2

L1901

C212
EM2.2
LBWA

1VP-P

T151
L14B1840N

2VP-P

LA76834NMP

<RF AGC>

R252
22K

C211
PM1
LBZA

R163
1/10GJ
120C

<IF>
1

L164

IC101

D1001
C SW

C257
KK0.01
LZB

L256
J

V2 IN

R1910
1K
R1901
1/10GJ10KC

5VB6

1VP-P

X161

C1902
16EM10LBWA

Q202
AC

R164
1/10GJ1KC

R1073
100

Q208
AC

<SCL>

R1902
1/10GJ1KC

R1903
1/10GJ1.8KC

R1904
1/10GJ2.2KC

R1905
1/10GJ3.9KC

R1907
1/10GJ12KC

R1906
1/10GJ5.6KC

C106
EM2.2LBWA

V/C/VERT
VCC

A1901
U20B40500

VIDEO SW
H

C1001
16EM10LBWA

SW

Y SW

IREF

J201
1/10
GZ0C

COMPIN
VGR

AV

R201
470

TP16

K1002

R1001
1/10GJ75C

TC4053BP

<130V>
D1902

15

VCC

V1 IN

16

B1

REMOTE SENSOR

IC1081

D101

V2 IN

C103
KK
0.01
LZB

L901
D. COIL