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Televisin a color

27A30

Tabla de contenidos
Captulo 1: Ajustes generales
Instrucciones de seguridad
Ajustes iniciales
Modo de servicio
Modo de diseo
Ajustes elctricos
Revisin de circuitos
Captulo 2: Informacin especfica.
Fijacin y ajuste de datos
Localizacin de controles
Programando la memoria de canales
Diagrama a bloques del circuito
Reemplazo del gabinete y del chasis
Vista inferior de las placas de circuito impreso
Vista de terminales de transistores
Especificaciones
Diagrama esquemtico
Seguridad
Principal

FILE NO. 020-200008

SERVICE MANUAL

COLOR TELEVISION
N0ES Chassis

27A30
(TAC0006)

TOSHIBA CORPORATION
1-1, SHIBAURA 1- CHOME, MINATO-KU, TOKYO 105-8001, JAPAN

PUBLISHED IN JAPAN,

May, 2000 S

GENERAL ADJUSTMENTS

TABLE OF CONTENTS
CHAPTER 1 GENERAL ADJUSTMENTS
SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS ........................................................................................................................................ 3
SET-UP ADJUSTMENT ............................................................................................................................................ 4
SERVICE MODE ...................................................................................................................................................... 8
DESIGN MODE ...................................................................................................................................................... 11
ELECTRICAL ADJUSTMENTS .............................................................................................................................. 12
CIRCUIT CHECKS ................................................................................................................................................. 16
CHAPTER 2 SPECIFIC INFORMATIONS

SPECIFIC INFORMATIONS

SETTING & ADJUSTING DATA ............................................................................................................................. 17


LOCATION OF CONTROLS ................................................................................................................................... 18
PROGRAMMING CHANNEL MEMORY ................................................................................................................ 20
CIRCUIT BLOCK DIAGRAM .................................................................................................................................. 21
CHASSIS AND CABINET REPLACEMENT PARTS LIST ...................................................................................... 22
PC BOARDS BOTTOM VIEW ................................................................................................................................ 27
TERMINAL VIEW OF TRANSISTORS ................................................................................................................... 30
SPECIFICATIONS .................................................................................................................................................. 33
APPENDIX:
CIRCUIT DIAGRAM

WARNING: BEFORE SERVICING THIS CHASSIS, READ THE X-RAY RADIATION PRECAUTION, SAFETY PRECAUTION AND PRODUCT SAFETY NOTICE INSTRUCTIONS BELOW.
X-RAY RADIATION PRECAUTION
1. Excessive high voltage can produce potentially hazardous X-RAY RADIATION. To avoid such hazards, the high
voltage must not be above the specified limit. The nominal
value of the high voltage of this receiver is A kV at zero
beam current (minimum brightness) under a 120V AC
power source. The high voltage must not, under any circumstances, exceed B kV.
Refer to table-1 for high voltage A, B.
(See SETTING & ADJUSTING DATA on page 17.)

2. This receiver is equipped with a Fail Safe (FS) circuit which


prevents the receiver from producing an excessively high
voltage even if the B+ voltage increases abnormally. Each
time the receiver is serviced, the FS circuit must be checked
to determine that the circuit is properly functioning, following the FS CIRCUIT CHECK procedure in this manual.
3. The only source of X-RAY RADIATION in this TV receiver
is the picture tube. For continued X-RAY RADIATION protection, the replacement tube must be exactly the same
type tube as specified in the parts list.
4. Some part in this receiver have special safety-related characteristics for X-RAY RADIATION protection. For continued safety, parts replacement should be undertaken only
after referring to the PRODUCT SAFETY NOTICE below.

Each time a receiver requires servicing, the high voltage


should be checked following the HIGH VOLTAGE CHECK
procedure in this manual. It is recommended that the reading of the high voltage be recorded as a part of the service
record. It is important to use an accurate and reliable high
voltage meter.
SAFETY PRECAUTION
WARNING : Service should not be attempted by anyone unfamiliar with the necessary precautions on this receiver. The following are the necessary precautions to be observed before
servicing this chassis.
1. An isolation transformer should be connected in the power
line between the receiver and the AC line before any service is performed on the receiver.
2. Always discharge the picture tube anode to the CRT conductive coating before handling the picture tube. The picture tube is highly evacuated and if broken, glass fragments will be violently expelled. Use shatter proof goggles and keep picture tube away from the unprotected body
while handling.
3. When replacing a chassis in the cabinet, always be certain that all the protective devices are put back in place,
such as; non-metallic control knobs, insulating covers,
shields, isolation resistor-capacitor network, etc.
4. Before returning the set to the customer, always perform
an AC leakage current check on the exposed metallic parts
of the cabinet, such as antennas, terminals, screwheads,
metal overlays, control shafts, etc. to be sure the set is
safe to operate without danger of electrical shock. Plug
the AC line cord directly into a 120V AC outlet (do not use
a line isolation transformer during this check). Use an AC
voltmeter having 5000 ohms per volt or more sensitivity in
the following manner:

Connect a 1500 ohm 10 watt resistor, paralleled by a 0.15


F, AC type capacitor, between a known good earth ground
(water pipe, conduit, etc.) and the exposed metallic parts,
one at a time. Measure the AC voltage across the combination of 1500 ohm resistor and 0.15 F capacitor. Reverse the AC plug at the AC outlet and repeat AC voltage
measurements for each exposed metallic part. Voltage
measured must not exceed 0.3 volts rms. This corresponds
to 0.2 milliamp. AC. Any value exceeding this limit constitutes a potential shock hazard and must be corrected immediately.
AC VOLTMETER

0.15F
Good earth ground
such as a water
pipe, conduit, etc.

Place this probe on


each exposed
metallic part.
1500 ohm
10 watt

PRODUCT SAFETY NOTICE


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

SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS

GENERAL ADJUSTMENTS

CHAPTER 1 GENERAL ADJUSTMENTS

SPECIFIC INFORMATIONS

GENERAL ADJUSTMENTS

WARNING: BEFORE SERVICING THIS CHASSIS, READ THE X-RAY RADIATION PRECAUTION, SAFETY PRECAUTION AND PRODUCT SAFETY NOTICE ON PAGE 3 OF THIS MANUAL.

SET-UP ADJUSTMENT (FOR 13", 14", 19", 20")


The following adjustments should be made when a complete realignment is required or a new picture tube is installed.
Perform the adjustments in order as follows :
1. Color Purity
2. Convergence
3. White Balance
Note: The PURITY/CONVERGENCE MAGNET assembly and rubber wedges need mechanical positioning.
Refer to figure 1.
Mounting position of the purity magnet assembly should fit to same position as old one because slightly differnce to
the position depend on a kind of tube.

* There are no adjustment of purity and convergence in some picture tube (unified with purity magnet).
COLOR PURITY ADJUSTMENT
NOTE : Before attempting any purity adjustments, the receiver
should be operated for at least fifteen minutes.
1. Demagnetize the picture tube and cabinet using a degaussing coil.
2. Set the brightness and contrast to maximum.
3. Use a green raster from among the built-in test signals.
4. Loosen the clamp screw holding the yoke and slide the
yoke backward or forward to provide vertical green belt
(zone) in the picture screen.

5. Remove the Rubber Wedges.


6. Rotate and spread the tabs of the purity magnet (See figure 2.) around the neck of the picture tube until the green
belt is in the center of the screen. At the same time, enter
the raster vertically.
7. Slowly move the yoke forward or backward until a uniform
green screen is obtained. Tighten the clamp screw of the
yoke temporarily.
8. Check the purity of the red and blue raster.
TEMPORARY
MOUNTING

DEFLECTION
YOKE

14mm(13", 14")
19mm(19", 20")

RUBBER WEDGE

ADHESIVE
PURITY/
CONVERGENCE
MAGNET ASS'Y

DEFLECTION
YOKE

GLASS CLOTH
TAPES

Figure 1.

6-POLE
MAGNETS
ADJUST THE ANGLE
(VERTICAL LINES)

4-POLE
MAGNETS

FIXED

ROTATE TWO TABS


AT THE SAME TIME
(HORIZONTAL LINES)
PURITY
MAGNETS
CONVERGENCE MAGNET ASSEMBLY

ADJUSTMENT OF MAGNETS

Figure 2.
BLU

RED

RED/BLU GRN

BLU

RED/BLU

RED

GRN

4-POLE MAGNETS MOVEMENT

6-POLE MAGNETS MOVEMENT

Center Convergence by Convergence Magnets

BGR
R
G
B

B
G
R
B
G
R

BGR

RGB
INCLINE THE YOKE UP (OR DOWN)

RGB

R
G
B

INCLINE THE YOKE RIGHT (OR LEFT)

Circumference Convergence by DEF Yoke

Figure 3. Dot Movement Pattern


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GENERAL ADJUSTMENTS

CENTER CONVERGENCE ADJUSTMENT


1. Use the cross-dot pattern from among the built-in test signals.
2. Set the brightness and contrast for well defined pattern.
3. Adjust two tabs of the 4-Pole Magnets to change the angle between them (See figure 2.) and superimpose red
and blue vertical lines in the center area of the picture
screen.
4. Turn the both tabs at the same time keeping the angle
constant to superimpose red and blue horizontal lines at
the center of the screen.
5. Adjust two tabs of 6-Pole Magnets to superimpose red/
blue line and green one. Adjusting the angle affects the
vertical lines and rotating both magnets affects the horizontal lines.
6. Repeat adjustments 3, 4, 5 keeping in mind red, green
and blue movement, because 4-Pole Magnets and 6-Pole
Magnets have mutual interaction and make dot movement
complex.

CIRCUMFERENCE CONVERGENCE ADJUSTMENT


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

SPECIFIC INFORMATIONS

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

SPECIFIC INFORMATIONS

GENERAL ADJUSTMENTS

WARNING: BEFORE SERVICING THIS CHASSIS, READ THE X-RAY RADIATION PRECAUTION, SAFETY PRECAUTION AND PRODUCT SAFETY NOTICE ON PAGE 3 OF THIS MANUAL.

(FOR 35", 36")


The following adjustments should be made when a complete realignment is required or a new picture tube is installed.
Perform the adjustments in order as follows :
1. Color Purity
2. Convergence
3. White Balance
Note: The PURITY/CONVERGENCE MAGNET assembly and rubber wedges need mechanical positioning.
Refer to figure 1.
Mounting position of the purity magnet assembly should fit to same position as old one because slightly differnce to
the position depend on a kind of tube.
There are no adjustment of purity and convergence in some picture tube (unified with purity magnet).
COLOR PURITY ADJUSTMENT
NOTE : Before attempting any purity adjustments, the receiver should be operated for at least fifteen minutes.
1. Evenly degauss the entire screen.
2. Set the CONTRAST and BRIGHTNESS Controls to
the maximum.
3. Display built-in green raster using the TEST SIGNAL
SELECTION function.
4. Loosen the clamp screw holding the deflection yoke
(and remove the Rubber Wedges).
5. Slide the yoke forward or backward to provide vertical
green belt (zone) in the picture screen.
6. Rotate and spread the tabs of the purity magnet (See
figure 4.) around the neck of the picture tube until the
green belt is in the center of the screen. At the same
time, center the raster vertically by adjusting the magnet as shown below.

DEFLECTION YOKE
1-5/8

Xv Coil

Figure 1.

PURITY/
CONV.
MAGNET

RUBBER WEDGES

Adhesive
Green Belt

7. Move the yoke slowly forward or backward until a uniform green screen is obtained. Tighten the clamp screw
of the yoke temporarily.
8. Check the purity of the red and blue raster.
9. Put four wedges into the space between the picture
tube and the yoke to hold the yoke in the adjusted
position. (See figure 2.)
Do not tilt the yoke by excessive insertion of the wedge.
10. Remove cover paper of wedge and stick wedges on
the tube to fix the yoke in the adjusted position.
Fix the wedges with glass cloth tapes.

DEFLECTION
YOKE

Figure 2.
6

4-POLE
MAGNETS

6-POLE
MAGNETS

CENTER CONVERGENCE ADJUSTMENT


1. Display built-in cross-dot pattern using the TEST SIGNAL SELECTION function.
2. Adjust the BRIGHTNESS and CONTRAST Controls
for well defined pattern.
3. Loosen the tightening ring and adjust two tabs of the
4-Pole Magnets to change the angle between them
(See figure 4.) and superimpose red and blue vertical
lines in the center area of the picture screen.
(See figure 3.)
4. Turn the both tabs at the same time keeping the constant angle to superimpose red and blue horizontal
lines at the centre of the screen. (See figure 3.)
5. Adjust two tabs of 6-Pole Magnets to superimpose red/
blue line with green one. Adjusting the angle affects
the vertical lines and rotating both magnets affects the
horizontal lines.
6. Repeat adjustments 3, 4, 5 keeping in mind red, green
and blue movement, because 4-Pole Magnets and 6Pole magnets interact and make dot movement complex.
7. After completing the CENTER CONVERGENCE ADJUSTMENT, tighten the tightening ring to fix the magnets.

GENERAL ADJUSTMENTS

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

PURITY
MAGNETS

ADJUST THE ANGLE


(VERTICAL LINES)

SPECIFIC INFORMATIONS

PURITY/CONVERGENCE
MAGNETS

FIXED

ROTATE TWO TABS


AT THE SAME TIME
(HORIZONTAL LINES)
ADJUSTMENT OF MAGNETS

BLU RED

RED/BLUE GRN
Figure 4.

BLU

RED/BLUE

RED

GRN

4-POLE MAGNETS
MOVEMENT

6-POLE MAGNETS
MOVEMENT

Center Convergence by Convergence Magnets


Figure 3.

SCREEN-CORNER CONVERGENCE
When the misconvergence is still evident on corners even
though the above adjustment is done, use the ferrite sheet
(Part No. 23993622) to correct misconvergence.
1. Put ferrite sheets into the space under the yoke.
Decide such position that misconvergence becomes
minimum, watching picture screen. (See figure below.)
2. Remove cover paper of ferrite sheet to stick it in the
place on the tube. Put adhesive tapes on ferrite sheets
to fix.

Xv COIL ADJUSTMENT
Adjust the Xv coil (on the deflection yoke) to correct
misconvergence at both sides on screen.
Use a hexagonal tip stick (plastic) to adjust the core of
coil.
ClockwiseAdjustment
Adjustment Counterclockwise
CounterclockwiseAdjustment
Adjustment
Clockwise

Ferrite
Sheets
R

Ferrite
Sheets

A
For correcting misconvergence
on the position A

Cross Pattern
Pattern View
View
XXVv Cross
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GENERAL ADJUSTMENTS

SERVICE MODE
1. ENTERING TO SERVICE MODE
1) Press MUTE button once
on Remote Control.

2) Press MUTE button


again to keep pressing.

MUTE
(Service mode display)

2. DISPLAYING THE ADJUSTMENT MENU


1) Press MENU button on TV.
Service mode

SPECIFIC INFORMATIONS

3) While pressing the MUTE button,


press MENU button on TV set.

Adjustment mode
Item

Press

Data

Press

3. KEY FUNCTION IN THE SERVICE MODE


The following key entry during display of adjustment menu provides special functions.
A single horizontal line ON/OFF:
Test signal selection :
Selection of the adjustment items :
Change of the data value :
Adjustment menu mode ON/OFF :
Initialization of the memory (QA02) :
Initialization of the self diagnostic data:

TV (ANT)/VIDEO button (on TV)


TV (ANT)/VIDEO button (on Remote)
Channel s/t (on TV or Remote)
Volume s/t (on TV or Remote)
MENU button (on TV)
RECALL+Channel (s) button on TV
RECALL+Channel (t) button on TV

RCUT selection :
GCUT selection :
BCUT selection :
CNTX selection :
COLC selection :
TNTC selection :
Test audio signal ON/OFF (1kHz) :
Self diagnostic display ON/OFF :

1 button
2 button
3 button
4 button
5 button
6 button
8 button
9 button

Refer to table-2 for preset data of adjustment mode.


(See SETTING & ADJUSTING DATA on page 17.)
5. ADJUSTING THE DATA
1) Pressing of VOLUME s or t button will change the value of data in the range from 00H to FFH.
The variable range depends on the adjusting item.
6. EXIT FROM SERVICE MODE
1) Pressing POWER button to turn off the TV once.
INITIALIZATION OF MEMORY DATA OF QA02
After replacing QA02, the following initialization is required.
1. Enter the service mode, then select any register item.
2. Press and hold the RECALL button on the Remote, then press the CHANNEL s button on the TV.
The initialization of QA02 has been completed.
3. Check the picture carefully. If necessary, adjust any adjustment item above.
Perform Programming Channel Memory on the owner's manual.
CAUTION: Never attempt to initialize the data unless QA02 has been replaced.
7. TEST SIGNAL SELECTION
1) Every pressing of TV/VIDEO button on the Remote Control in the service mode changes the built-in test patterns
on screen in the following order.
Normal picture

Black cross-bar
on green raster

Signals
Red raster
Green raster
Blue raster
All Black
All White

Red raster
Green raster
Blue raster
All black
All white
White and black
Black cross-bar

H signal (black)
H signal (white)
White cross-dot

Black & White

Black cross-dot
White cross-hatch
Black cross-hatch

White cross-bar

Black cross-bar
White cross-bar
Black cross-bar
on green raster
Black cross-hatch
White cross-hatch

2) Press 8 button while any built-in test pattern to on the screen to


output the 1 kHz sound. Press the button again to cut off the sound.
Note: If the video cable is connected to the VIDEO1 INPUT jack, the
built-in pattern signals are not displayed.

Black cross-dot
White cross-dot

H signal (white)
H signal (black)

*The signals marked with

are not usable to display in the test signal for some model.

Picture

SPECIFIC INFORMATIONS

GENERAL ADJUSTMENTS

4. SELECTING THE ADJUSTING ITEMS


1) Every pressing of CHANNEL s button in the service mode changes the adjustment items in the order of table-2.
(t button for reverse order)

GENERAL ADJUSTMENTS
SPECIFIC INFORMATIONS

8. SELF DIAGNOSTIC FUNCTION


1) Press 9 button on Remote Control during display of adjustment menu in the service mode.
The diagnosis will begin to check if interface among ICs are executed properly.
2) During diagnosis, the following displays are shown.

1
2
3
4
5

SELF CHECK
NO. 2390XXXX
POWER
: 000
BUS LINE : OK
BUS CONT : OK
BLOCK : UV V1 V2
or
VOUT1 VOUT2
SYNC QV01 QV01S

1 Part number of microprocessor (QA01)


2 Operation number of protection circuit (current limiter) . . . . 000 is normal.
3 BUS line check
OK ................... Normal
SCL-GND or NG .......... SCL-GND short circuit
SDA-GND or NG .......... SDA-GND short circuit
SCL-SDA or NG ........... SCL-SDA short circuit
4 BUS line ACK (acknowledge) check
OK ..................... Normal
Display of Location Number . . . . NG
(Display example)
QA02 NG, H001 NG, Q501 NG, etc.
Note: The indication of failure place is only one place though failure places are plural. When
repair of a failure place finishes, the next failure place is indicated. (The order of priority of
indication is left side.)
5 Sync. signal check
Green display ..... Normal
Cyan display ...... No check
Red display ........ NG
UV ........... TV mode
V1 ........... VIDEO 1 mode
V2 ........... VIDEO 2 mode

The items marked with

are not usable to display in the SELF DIAGNOSTIC FUNCTION for some model.

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Press

3) Press MENU button on TV.

ITEM
DATA

Press

(Design mode)

(Adjustment mode)

When QA02 is initialized, items OPT0 and OPT1 of DESIGN MODE are set to the data of the representative model of this
chassis family.
Therefore, because ON-SCREEN specification remains in the state of the representative of model. This model is required to
reset the data of items OPT0 and OPT1.

2. SELECTING THE ADJUSTING ITEMS


Every pressing of CHANNEL t button in the design mode changes the adjustment items in the order of table-3.
(s button for reverse order)
Refer to table-3 for data of design mode.
(See SETTING & ADJUSTING DATA on page 17.)
3. ADJUSTING THE DATA
Pressing of VOLUME s or t button will change the value of data.

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SPECIFIC INFORMATIONS

1. ENTERING TO DESIGN MODE


1) Select the Service mode. 2) While pressing RECALL button on
Remote and press MENU button on TV.

GENERAL ADJUSTMENTS

DESIGN MODE

SPECIFIC INFORMATIONS

GENERAL ADJUSTMENTS

ELECTRICAL ADJUSTMENTS
ITEM

ADJUSTMENT PROCEDURE

FOCUS VR ADJ

1. Enter the service mode, then select any register item.


2. Press the TV/VIDEO button on the Remote until the black cross-bar pattern appears on the screen.
3. Adjust the FOCUS control (on T461) for well defined scanning lines on the picture
screen.

SUB-BRIGHTNESS
(BRTC)

1. Constrict the picture height until the


vertical retrace line appears adjusting
the HEIGHT control on the MAIN board.
2. Adjust the CONTRAST to the minimum
and BRIGHTNESS to the center.
3. Enter the service mode, then select
BRTC register.
4. Adjust the data value so the belt of
vertical retrace line just disappear.
5. Adjust the CONTRAST for the desired
contrast.
6. Adjust the HEIGHT control.

SUB-COLOR
(COLC)
SUB-TINT
(TNTC)

1.
2.
3.
4.
5.

6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
WIDTH
(WID)

Vertical retrace line

Receive color-bar signal from color-bar generator.


Press the RESET button.
Connect oscilloscope to base of Q906 on CRT-D board.
Enter the service mode, then select COLC.
Adjust the SUB-COLOR by pressing the
Blue
VOLUME s or t button to achieve about
1V0-p of blue bar.
Magenta
Select TNTC register.
Adjust the data value to obtain the blue
bar to magenta bar ratio of 3:2 as shown. 0
Select COLC register.
Adjust the data value to achieve 1.80-p
of blue bar on scope.
Check the picture with off-air signal.

3 (1.8V0-P)

1. Call up the adjustment mode display, then select the item WID.
2. Press the VOLUME s or t button to get the picture so the left and right edges of
raster begins to lack.
3. Press the VOLUME s or t button to advance the data by 7 steps.
Note : Check the horizontal picture position is correct.

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HORIZONTAL POSITION
(HPOS)
VERTICAL POSITION
(VPOS)

1. Call up the adjustment mode display, then select the item HPOS or VPOS.
2. Press the TV/VIDEO button on Remote until the
white cross-bar or black cross-bar pattern appears
on the screen.
3. Adjust the HORIZONTAL and VERTICAL position
alternately by pressing the VOLUME s or t button
for proper picture position.
4. Check the picture with off-air signal.

HEIGHT
(HIT)

1. Call up the adjustment mode display, then select the item HIT.
2. Press the VOLUME s or t button to get the picture so the top of raster begins
to lack.
3. Press the VOLUME s button to advance the data by 8 steps.
Note : Check the vertical picture position is correct.

WHITE BALANCE
(RCUT)
(GCUT)
(BCUT)
(GDRV)
(BDRV)

1. Adjust the CONTRAST control to the center, and BRIGHTNESS control to the
maximum.
2. Call up the adjustment mode display, and press the TV/VIDEO button on
Remote until the white and black pattern appears on the screen.
3. Adjust the following item with the CHANNEL s/t and VOLUME s/t buttons.
RCUT
GCUT
BCUT

Data : 40H
Data : 40H
Data : 40H

GDRV
BDRV

Data : 80H
Data : 80H

4. Press the TV/VIDEO button on TV to display a single horizontal line on the


screen.
5. Turn the SCREEN control (FBT) fully counterclockwise and gradually rotate
clockwise until the first horizontal line appears slightly on the screen.
6. Press the TV/VIDEO button to display the normal picture.
7. Adjust the remaining two ?CUT items (CHANNEL s/t TV/VIDEO
VOLUME s/t in order) to obtain the slightly lighted horizontal line in the same
levels of three (red, green, blue) colors. The line should be white if the adjustments are proper.

Bright area
Adjust "GDRV" or "BDRV" to be white.
Dark area
Fine adjust "RCUT", "GCUT" or "BCUT" to be black.

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GENERAL ADJUSTMENTS

ADJUSTMENT PROCEDURE

SPECIFIC INFORMATIONS

ITEM

MTS ADJUSTMENT (FOR N5ES/N7S CHASSIS)

SPECIFIC INFORMATIONS

GENERAL ADJUSTMENTS

No.

ITEM

INPUT SIGNAL

ADJUSTMENT PROCEDURE

ATTENUATOR
(ATT)

1kHz 30% mod. ANT


terminal

1. Connect rms meter to pin 12 of H002.


2. Display item ATT on screen.
3. Change data by VOLUME s/t buttons so
that output at pin 12 of H002 becomes
value as close as 142mVrms.

STEREO VCO
(STVC)

No signal

1. Display item STVC, and connect pin 9 of


H002 to ground.
2. Connect frequency counter to pin 12 of
H002.
3. Change data by VOLUME s/t buttons so
that the reading of counter becomes value
as close as 4fH (62.936kHz).

SAP VCO
(SAVC)

78.670kHz 147mVrms
pin 9 of H002
Monaural signal ANT

1. Display item SAVC.


2. Change data by VOLUME s/t buttons so
that the data becomes in the center of
range for STA7=0 and STA8=1.
SAVC
XXH
STA7:0 STA8:1

STEREO FILTER
(STRF)

9.4kHz 600mVrm
pin 9 of H002
Monaural signal ANT

1. Display item STRF on screen.


2. Change data by VOLUME s/t buttons so
that the data becomes in the center of
range for STA3=1.
STRF
XXH
STA3:1

SAP FILTER
(SAPF)

88kHz 120mVrms
pin 9 of H002
Monaural signal ANT

1. Display item SAPF.


2. Change data by VOLUME s/t buttons so
that the data becomes in the center of
range for STA4=1.
SAPF
XXH
STA4:1

STEREO SEPARATION
(WBAN)

STEREO 300Hz R-channel


only ANT

1. Select STEREO mode from the MTS


function in the Audio menu.
2. Display item WBAN on screen.
3. Connect oscilloscope to pin 14 of H002.
4. Change data by VOLUME s/t buttons so
that 300Hz element on scope becomes
minimum.

(SPEC)

STEREO 3kHz R-channel


only ANT

5. Display item SPEC on screen.


6. Change data by VOLUME s/t buttons so
that 3kHz element on scope becomes
minimum.

14

MTS ADJUSTMENT (FOR N0ES CHASSIS)


INPUT SIGNAL

ADJUSTMENT PROCEDURE

ATTENUATOR
(ATT)

1kHz 30% mod. ANT


terminal

1. Connect rms meter to pin 34 of QG01.


2. Display item ATT on screen.
3. Change data by VOLUME s/t buttons so
that the reading of meter becomes value
as close as 137mVrms.

STEREO VCO
(STVC)

No signal

1. Short circuit RG44 with a jumper wire.


2. Display item STVC on screen.
3. Connect frequency counter to pin 34 of
QG01.
4. Change data by VOLUME s/t buttons so
that the reading of counter becomes value
as close as 15.73kHz.

STEREO FILTER
(STRF)

15.734kHz 30mV(rms)

1.
2.
3.
4.

15.734kHz 30mV(rms)

H001
10

QG01

SL02

+
CG44 RG43

Unsolder the solder link SL02.


Display item STRF on screen.
Connect oscilloscope to pin 34 of QG01.
Change data by VOLUME s/t buttons to
minimize AC output level on scope.
5. Resolder SL02.

CG07

+ 7
RG44

STEREO SEPARATION
(WBAN)

STEREO 300Hz R-channel


only ANT

1. Display item WBAN on screen.


2. Connect oscilloscope to pin 35 of QG01.
3. Change data by VOLUME s/t buttons so
that 300Hz element on scope becomes
minimum.

(SPEC)

STEREO 3kHz R-channel


only ANT

4. Display item SPEC on screen.


5. Change data by VOLUME s/t buttons so
that 3kHz element on scope becomes
minimum.

SAP VCO
(SAVC)

No signal

1. Shortcircuit RG44 with a short jumper.


2. Connect 1Mohm resistor between pin 12 of
QG01 and ground.
3. Display item SAVC on screen.
4. Connect frequency counter to pin 34 of
QG01.
5. Change data by VOLUME s/t buttons so
that the reading of counter becomes value
as close as 78.67kHz.
6. Remove the short jumper and 1M ohm
resistor.

H001
10

QG01
12

1M

CG44 RG43

1
RG44

15

GENERAL ADJUSTMENTS

ITEM

SPECIFIC INFORMATIONS

No.

SPECIFIC INFORMATIONS

GENERAL ADJUSTMENTS

CIRCUIT CHECKS
HIGH VOLTAGE CHECK
CAUTION: There is no HIGH VOLTAGE ADJUSTMENT on
this chassis. Checking should be done following the steps
below.
1. Connect an accurate high voltage meter to the second anode of the picture tube.
2. Turn on the receiver. Set the BRIGHTNESS and CONTRAST controls to minimum (zero beam current).
3. High voltage must be measured below B kV.

Troubleshooting Guide for Fail Safe Circuit

Refer to table-1 for high voltage B.


(See SETTING & ADJUSTING DATA on page 17.)
4. Vary the BRIGHTNESS control to both extremes to be sure
the high voltage does not exceed the limit under any conditions.

Check that the set returns to normal operation when pin 12


of Z801(or emitter of Q472) is grounded with jumper wire.

YES
Check the voltage across
Capacitor C471 is
approximately C volts.
Refer to table 4 for
FBT detection voltage C .
YES

FS CIRCUIT CHECK
The Fail Safe (FS) circuit check is indispensable for the final
check in servicing. Checking should be done following the
steps below.
1. Turn the receiver on and press the RESET button.
2. Temporarily short TP-R and TP-X with a jumper wire.
Raster and sound will disappear.
3. The receiver must remain in this state even after removing
the jumper wire. This is the evidence that the FS circuit is
functioning properly.
4. To obtain a picture again, temporarily turn the receiver off
and allow the FS circuit more than 5 seconds to reset.
Then turn the power switch on to produce a normal picture.

16

NO
Faulty power
circuit or horizontal circuit.

(See SETTING & ADJUSTING


DATA on page 17.)

NO
Defective Fail Safe Circuit

CHAPTER 2 SPECIFIC INFORMATIONS

SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS

A
B

HIGH VOLTAGE AT ZERO BEAM:


MAX HIGH VOLTAGE:

27"
28.1kV
29.5 kV

Table-1
SERVICE MODE
ADJUSTING ITEMS AND DATA IN THE SERVICE MODE:
Item

Name of adjustment

Preset

Data

Item

RCUT
GCUT
BCUT
GDRV
BDRV
CNTX
BRTC
COLC
TNTC
SAVC
ATT
STVC
STRF
SPEC
WBAN
HPOS

R CUTOFF
G CUTOFF
B CUTOFF
G DRIVE
B DRIVE
SUB-CONTRAST
SUB-BRIGHT
SUB-COLOR
SUB-TINT
SAP VCO
ATTENUATOR
STEREO VCO
STEREO FILTER
SPECTRAL
STEREO SEPARATION
HORIZ. POSITION

40H
40H
40H
80H
80H
50H
40H
2CH
42H
20H
20H
20H
20H
20H
20H
16H

VPOS
HIT

Name of adjustment
VERT. POSITION
HEIGHT

Preset

Data

02H
20H

25H

Table-2
DESIGN MODE
ADJUSTING ITEMS AND DATA IN THE DESIGN MODE:
Item

Name of adjustment

OPT0
OPT1

OPTION 0
OPTION 1

Preset Data

Data
27"

A2H
06H

E2H
06H

Table-3
CIRCUIT CHECKS
FBT DETECTION VOLTAGE
Table-4

17

C 21.4V

Remarks

SPECIFIC INFORMATIONS

GENERAL ADJUSTMENTS

SETTING & ADJUSTING DATA

GENERAL ADJUSTMENTS

LOCATION OF CONTROLS

TV front
VOLUME T S
TV/VIDEO

CHANNEL s t
Remote sensor

MENU TV/VIDEO

VOLUME

CHANNEL

SPECIFIC INFORMATIONS

POWER

MENU

TSts

POWER
POWER indicator

TV rear

ANT INPUT TERMINAL


A/V INPUT TERMINAL

18

GENERAL ADJUSTMENTS
POWER

TV/VIDEO

POWER

TV/VIDEO
1

100

CH RTN

Channel Number

CH RTN
RECALL
RECALL

VOLUME T S
Menu T S

CH

MUTE

MENU
VOL

VOL

MUTE

CHANNEL s t
Menu s t
EXIT

MENU

CH

EXIT

19

SPECIFIC INFORMATIONS

Remote Control

SPECIFIC INFORMATIONS

GENERAL ADJUSTMENTS

PROGRAMMING CHANNEL MEMORY


The channel memory is a list of TV channel numbers your TV will stop on when you press the CHANNEL s or t button.
First, use the TV/CABLE and CH PROGRAM functions to preset all active channels in your area.
If necessary, arrange the preset channels with the ADD/ERASE functions so that you can tune into only desired
channels.

TV/CABLE function

ADD/ERASE function

Press POWER to turn on the TV.

After performing the CH PROGRAM function, you can


add or erase specific channels.

Press MENU repeatedly until the Setup menu is


displayed on the screen.

Press t or s repeatedly until TV/CABLE is displayed in purple.

Press T or S until the mode that corresponds to your


TV signal system is displayed in purple.
TV: TV broadcasts signals.
(VHF channels 2 through 13 and UHF channels
14 through 69)
CABLE: Cable TV signals.
(Cable channels 1 through 125)

Select the channel you want to erase using the


CHANNEL s or t button, or select the channel you
want to add using the Channel Number buttons.

Press MENU repeatedly until the Setup menu is


displayed on the screen.

Press t or s repeatedly until ADD/ERASE is


displayed in purple.

Press T or S :
To erase the channel
Press the button until ERASE is displayed in purple
indicating that the channel has been erased from the
memory.

CH PROGRAM function

Press MENU repeatedly until the Setup menu is


displayed on the screen.

Press s or t repeatedly until CH PROGRAM is


displayed in purple.

Press T or S to start channel programming.


The TV will automatically cycle through all the TV or
CABLE channels depending on the mode selected,
and store active channels in the channel memory.

To add the channel


Press the button until ADD is displayed in purple
indicating that the channel has been memorized.

Repeat steps 1 to 4 for other channels.

You have now completed the channel programming.

When channel programming is complete, you will


see the message on the screen.

Press CHANNEL s or t to make sure the channel


programming has been done properly.

* Please refer to owner's manual in detail.

20

21

SPECIFIC INFORMATIONS

CIRCUIT BLOCK DIAGRAM

GENERAL ADJUSTMENTS

CHASSIS AND CABINET REPLACEMENT PARTS LIST

SPECIFIC INFORMATIONS

GENERAL ADJUSTMENTS

WARNING: BEFORE SERVICING THIS CHASSIS, READ THE X-RAY RADIATION PRECAUTION, SAFETY
PRECAUTION AND PRODUCT SAFETY NOTICE ON PAGE 3 OF THIS MANUAL.
CAUTION: The international hazard symbols in the schematic diagram and the parts list designate components
which have special characteristics important for safety and should be replaced only with types identical to those in the
original circuit or specified in the parts list. The mounting position of replacements is to be identical with originals.
Before replacing any of these components, read carefully the PRODUCT SAFETY NOTICE. Do not degrade the
safety of the receiver through improper servicing.

NOTICE:
The part number must be used when ordering parts, in order to assist in processing, be sure to include the Model
number and Description.
The PC board assembly with

* mark is no longer available after the end of the production.

Model : 27A30
Capacitors ............. CD : Ceramic Disk
PF : Plastic Film
EL : Electrolytic
Resistors ............... CF : Carbon Film
CC : Carbon Composition
MF : Metal Film
OMF : Oxide Metal Film
VR : Variable Resistor
FR : Fusible Resistor
(All CD and PF capacitors are 5%, 50V and all resistors, 5%, 1/6W unless otherwise noted.)
Location
No.

Part No.

CAPACITORS
C102
C105
C106
C107
C201

24793101
24212102
24797479
24763221
24085957

C205
C207
C208
C209

24794220
24794100
24797010
24085944

C210
C230
C232
C233
C234
C301
C302
C305
C306
C307
C308
C309
C310
C311
C313
C314
C315
C317
C320
C370
C371
C403
C404
C413
C416
C417
C421
C430
C431

24794470
24794470
24206108
24794100
24436150
24617912
24212152
24617915
24073058
24693333
24668221
24591102
24796102
24214101
24082057
24591563
24797229
24214471
24668101
24794101
24667100
24591203
24797229
24214391
24676100
24214471
24794470
24232103
24794331

Location
No.

Description

EL, 100?F, 20%, 10V


CD, 1000pF, 10%
EL, 4.7?F, 20%, 50V
EL, 220?F, 20%, 16V
EL, 0.47?F, 20%, 40V,
Non-Polar
EL, 22?F, 20%, 16V
EL, 10?F, 20%, 16V
EL, 1?F, 20%, 50V
EL, 2.2?F, 20%, 50V,
Non-Polar
EL, 47?F, 20%, 16V
EL, 47?F, 20%, 16V
EL, 0.1?F, 20%, 50V
EL, 10?F, 20%, 16V
CD, 15pF
EL, 2.2?F, 10%, 50V
CD, 1500pF, 10%
EL, 1?F, 10%, 50V
EL, 2200?F, 20%, 25V
PF, 0.033?F, 100V
EL, 220?F, 20%, 35V
PF, 1000pF
EL, 1000?F, 20%, 35V
CD, 100pF, 10%, 500V
PF, 0.22?F, 100V
PF, 0.056?F
EL, 2.2?F, 20%, 50V
CD, 470pF, 10%, 500V
EL, 100?F, 20%, 35V
EL, 100?F, 20%, 16V
EL, 10?F, 20%, 25V
PF, 0.02?F
EL, 2.2?F, 20%, 50V
CD, 390pF, 10%, 500V
EL, 10?F, 20%, 100V
CD, 470pF, 10%, 500V
EL, 47?F, 20%, 16V
CD, 0.01?F, +80%, -20%
EL, 330?F, 20%, 16V

* C440
* C442
* C444
C445
C446
C448
C449
C450
C451
C463
C471
C474
C480
C481
C482
C504
C510
C514
C661
C662
C663
C671
C672
C673
C676
C677
C678
C679
C681
C682
C683
C801
C810
C811
C812
C813
C814
C832
C840
C842
C843

22

Part No.

Description

24082423
24082701
24082420
24828124
24679100
24640908
24667102
24539224
24590563
24212152
24797479
24794100
24747220
24567474
24766478
24353090
24797229
24591223
24212102
24212102
24794100
24667470
24667470
24669229
24539104
24539104
24669229
24667470
24667471
24667101
24667471
24082001
24086061
24092585
24092583
24092270
24094820
24793101
24795471
24792101
24539104

PF, 7500pF, 3%, 1250V


PF, 0.62?F, 250V
PF, 0.007?F, AC1250V
PF, 0.12?F, 200V
EL, 10?F, 20%, 250V
EL, 33?F, 20%, 160V
EL, 1000?F, 20%, 25V
PF, 0.22?F
PF, 0.056?F
CD, 1500pF, 10%
EL, 4.7?F, 20%, 50V
EL, 10?F, 20%, 16V
EL, 22?F, 20%, 50V
PF, 0.47?F
EL, 0.47?F, 20%, 50V
CD, 9pF, 0.25pF, CH
EL, 2.2?F, 20%, 50V
PF, 0.022?F
CD, 1000pF, 10%
CD, 1000pF, 10%
EL, 10?F, 20%, 16V
EL, 47?F, 20%, 25V
EL, 47?F, 20%, 25V
EL, 2.2?F, 20%, 50V
PF, 0.1?F
PF, 0.1?F
EL, 2.2?F, 20%, 50V
EL, 47?F, 20%, 25V
EL, 470?F, 20%, 25V
EL, 100?F, 20%, 25V
EL, 470?F, 20%, 25V
PF, 0.47?F, AC125V
EL, 470?F, 20%, 200V
CD, 4700pF, 20%, AC250V
CD, 2200pF, 20%, AC250V
CD, 4700pF, 20%, AC400V
PF, 2200pF, 20%, AC250V
EL, 100?F, 20%, 10V
EL, 470?F, 20%, 25V
EL, 100?F, 20%, 6.3V
PF, 0.1?F

Description

C860
C861
C862
C863
C865
C866
C867
C868
C869
C870
C871
C874
C875
C876
C884
C885
C886
C889
C891
C893
C894
C898
C902
C921
C922
C923
C972
CA01
CA02
CA12
CA33
CA37
CA38
CA42
CA43
CA44
CA68
CA69
CB01
CB20
CG02
CG03
CG05
CG06
CG07
CG08
CG09
CG10
CG12
CG14
CG16
CG17
CG18
CG19
CG20
CG25
CG26
CG27
CG28
CG29
CG30
CG31
CG32
CG33

24214103
24212471
24591224
24539104
24092345
24669010
24212682
24667101
24678229
24095800
24092345
24435221
24435471
24539104
24640018
24214471
24214471
24795222
24082229
24092337
24092337
24591104
24211102
24212681
24212561
24212561
24794100
24472100
24472100
24212101
24232103
24212101
24212101
24763221
24232103
24232103
24794100
24232103
24794470
24212101
24794220
24539104
24797010
24797479
24797229
24591473
24797478
24539104
24206108
24797010
24704106
24797010
24797010
24797479
24797010
24797479
24797479
24591223
24797229
24591102
24206108
24797229
24591102
24206108

CD, 0.01?F, 10%, 500V


CD, 470pF, 10%
PF, 0.22?F
PF, 0.1?F
CD, 1000pF, 10%, 2kV
EL, 1?F, 20%, 50V
CD, 6800pF, 10%
EL, 100?F, 20%, 25V
EL, 2.2?F, 20%, 200V
PF, 0.082?F, 400V
CD, 1000pF, 10%, 2kV
CD, 220pF, 500V
CD, 470pF, 500V
PF, 0.1?F
EL, 220?F, 20%, 160V
CD, 470pF, 10%, 500V
CD, 470pF, 10%, 500V
EL, 2200?F, 20%, 25V
PF, 0.1?F, 10%, 250V
CD, 220pF, 10%, 2kV
CD, 220pF, 10%, 2kV
PF, 0.1?F
CD, 1000pF, 10%, 2kV
CD, 680pF, 10%
CD, 560pF, 10%
CD, 560pF, 10%
EL, 10?F, 20%, 16V
CD, 10pF
CD, 10pF
CD, 100pF, 10%
CD, 0.01?F, +80%, -20%
CD, 100pF, 10%
CD, 100pF, 10%
EL, 220?F, 20%, 16V
CD, 0.01?F, +80%, -20%
CD, 0.01?F, +80%, -20%
EL, 10?F, 20%, 16V
CD, 0.01?F, +80%, -20%
EL, 47?F, 20%, 16V
CD, 100pF, 10%
EL, 22?F, 20%, 16V
PF, 0.1?F
EL, 1?F, 20%, 50V
EL, 4.7?F, 20%, 50V
EL, 2.2?F, 20%, 50V
PF, 0.047?F
EL, 0.47?F, 20%, 50V
PF, 0.1?F
EL, 0.1?F, 20%, 50V
EL, 1?F, 20%, 50V
Tantalum, 10?F, 20%, 16V
EL, 1?F, 20%, 50V
EL, 1?F, 20%, 50V
EL, 4.7?F, 20%, 50V
EL, 1?F, 20%, 50V
EL, 4.7?F, 20%, 50V
EL, 4.7?F, 20%, 50V
PF, 0.022?F
EL, 2.2?F, 20%, 50V
PF, 1000pF
EL, 0.1?F, 20%, 50V
EL, 2.2?F, 20%, 50V
PF, 1000pF
EL, 0.1?F, 20%, 50V

Location
No.

Part No.

Description

CG38
CG39
CG42
CG44
CG46
CM05
CM08
CR01
CR02
CR03
CV06

24206229
24206229
24797010
24794100
24794100
24212101
24539104
24797478
24797478
24797478
24797478

EL, 2.2?F, 20%, 50V


EL, 2.2?F, 20%, 50V
EL, 1?F, 20%, 50V
EL, 10?F, 20%, 16V
EL, 10?F, 20%, 16V
CD, 100pF, 10%
PF, 0.1?F
EL, 0.47?F, 20%, 50V
EL, 0.47?F, 20%, 50V
EL, 0.47?F, 20%, 50V
EL, 0.47?F, 20%, 50V

24382223
24381391
24366152
24366152
24366184
24367113
24366223
24366103
24366154
24366101
24366101
24366332
24366433
24366473
24366224
24366225
24366471
24366102
24383471
24321109
24366473
24322758
24366683
24366394
24366102
24553680
24366163
24366332
24366154
24366273
24339569
24383271
24366223
24366223
24366564
24321109
24366133
24366562
24366153
24366102
24366102
24366391
24366103
24366332
24382682
24366333
24366223
24366821
24366271
24366331
24553222

OMF, 22k ohm, 1W


OMF, 390 ohm, 1/2W
CF, 1500 ohm
CF, 1500 ohm
CF, 180k ohm
CF, 11k ohm, 2%
CF, 22k ohm
CF, 10k ohm
CF, 150k ohm
CF, 100 ohm
CF, 100 ohm
CF, 3300 ohm
CF, 43k ohm
CF, 47k ohm
CF, 220k ohm
CF, 2.2M ohm
CF, 470 ohm
CF, 1k ohm
OMF, 470 ohm, 2W
MF, 1 ohm, 1/2W
CF, 47k ohm
MF, 0.75 ohm, 1W
CF, 68k ohm
CF, 390k ohm
CF, 1k ohm
OMF, 68 ohm, 1W
CF, 16k ohm
CF, 3300 ohm
CF, 150k ohm
CF, 27k ohm
MF, 5.6 ohm, 2W
OMF, 270 ohm, 2W
CF, 22k ohm
CF, 22k ohm
CF, 560k ohm
MF, 1 ohm, 1/2W
CF, 13k ohm
CF, 5600 ohm
CF, 15k ohm
CF, 1k ohm
CF, 1k ohm
CF, 390 ohm
CF, 10k ohm
CF, 3300 ohm
OMF, 6800 ohm, 1W
CF, 33k ohm
CF, 22k ohm
CF, 820 ohm
CF, 270 ohm
CF, 330 ohm
OMF, 2200 ohm, 1W

RESISTORS
R101
R201
R202
R203
R208
R228
R230
R231
R235
R236
R237
R238
R241
R242
R245
R246
R247
R301
R302
R303
R304
R305
R306
R307
R308
R309
R310
R311
R313
R317
R327
R336
R337
R338
R345
R370
R371
R372
R374
R375
R379
R401
R402
R403
R405
R406
R407
R408
R410
R411
R415

23

GENERAL ADJUSTMENTS

Part No.

SPECIFIC INFORMATIONS

Location
No.

SPECIFIC INFORMATIONS

GENERAL ADJUSTMENTS

Location
No.
R418
R421
R422
R430
R431
R432
R442
R448
R472
* R475
R476
R477
* R478
R481
* R482
R485
R486
R487
R488
R489
R490
R493
R494
R495
R503
R504
R610
R614
R661
R662
R663
R664
R668
R669
R676
R677
R808
R810
R830
R831
R861
R862
R864
R865
R866
R867
R870
R871
R872
R883
R884
R891
R898
R901
R902
R903
R911
R912
R913
R920
R921
R922
R923
R931

Part No.

Description

Location
No.

Part No.

Description

24531120
24321339
24366471
24366102
24366103
24366202
24532102
24338478
24552270
24366391
24366823
24366273
24327133
24366333
24327472
24322568
24552820
24552301
24327183
24327183
24366102
24366102
24366471
24366561
24366334
24366332
24366223
24366102
24366103
24366103
24366332
24366332
24366103
24366103
24366229
24366229
24019483
24568109
24381330
24366681
24382103
24552330
24552102
24552470
24552470
24366123
24381101
24381101
24382104
24381153
24366102
24366102
24002000
24376102
24376102
24376102
24366561
24366561
24366561
24000961
24366271
24366271
24366271
24366102

FR, 12 ohm, 1/2W


MF, 3.3 ohm, 1/2W
CF, 470 ohm
CF, 1k ohm
CF, 10k ohm
CF, 2k ohm
FR, 1k ohm, 1W
MF, 0.47 ohm, 1W
OMF, 27 ohm, 1/2W
CF, 390 ohm
CF, 82k ohm
CF, 27k ohm
MF, 13k ohm, 1%, 1/4W
CF, 33k ohm
MF, 4700 ohm, 1%, 1/4W
MF, 0.56 ohm, 1W
OMF, 82 ohm, 1/2W
OMF, 300 ohm, 1/2W
MF, 18k ohm, 1%, 1/4W
MF, 18k ohm, 1%, 1/4W
CF, 1k ohm
CF, 1k ohm
CF, 470 ohm
CF, 560 ohm
CF, 330k ohm
CF, 3300 ohm
CF, 22k ohm
CF, 1k ohm
CF, 10k ohm
CF, 10k ohm
CF, 3300 ohm
CF, 3300 ohm
CF, 10k ohm
CF, 10k ohm
CF, 2.2 ohm
CF, 2.2 ohm
PTC Thermistor, 7.0 ohm
Cement, 1 ohm, 7W
OMF, 33 ohm, 1/2W
CF, 680 ohm
OMF, 10k ohm, 1W
OMF, 33 ohm, 1/2W
OMF, 1k ohm, 1/2W
OMF, 47 ohm, 1/2W
OMF, 47 ohm, 1/2W
CF, 12k ohm
OMF, 100 ohm, 1/2W
OMF, 100 ohm, 1/2W
OMF, 100k ohm, 1W
OMF, 15k ohm, 1/2W
CF, 1k ohm
CF, 1k ohm
CC, 3.9M ohm, 10%, 1/2W
CF, 1k ohm, 1/2W
CF, 1k ohm, 1/2W
CF, 1k ohm, 1/2W
CF, 560 ohm
CF, 560 ohm
CF, 560 ohm
FR, 2.2 ohm, 2W
CF, 270 ohm
CF, 270 ohm
CF, 270 ohm
CF, 1k ohm

R932
R933
R961
R962
R963
R971
R972
R973
R974
RA03
RA04
RA07
RA08
RA12
RA13
RA16
RA17
RA18
RA22
RA23
RA24
RA25
RA26
RA27
RA33
RA34
RA35
RA37
RA38
RA40
RA61
RA62
RA67
RA68
RA70
RA71
RA72
RA73
RB01
RB03
RB09
RB11
RB26
RB27
RB28
RB30
RB40
RB41
RB42
RB43
RB44
RB45
RB46
RG05
RG08
RG09
RG14
RG15
RG16
RG17
RG22
RG23
RG43
RG44

24366102
24366102
24554153
24554153
24554153
24366821
24366102
24366122
24366221
24366102
24366102
24366102
24366102
24366103
24366102
24366102
24366102
24366102
24366472
24366472
24366472
24366682
24366102
24366102
24366103
24366102
24366102
24366331
24366331
24366102
24366103
24366103
24366472
24366472
24366333
24366683
24366223
24366103
24366271
24366101
24366470
24366103
24366103
24366103
24366104
24366103
24366103
24366152
24366102
24366103
24366103
24366181
24366101
24366102
24366394
24366223
24366332
24327153
24366162
24366472
24366101
24366101
24366472
24366222

CF, 1k ohm
CF, 1k ohm
OMF, 15k ohm, 2W
OMF, 15k ohm, 2W
OMF, 15k ohm, 2W
CF, 820 ohm
CF, 1k ohm
CF, 1200 ohm
CF, 220 ohm
CF, 1k ohm
CF, 1k ohm
CF, 1k ohm
CF, 1k ohm
CF, 10k ohm
CF, 1k ohm
CF, 1k ohm
CF, 1k ohm
CF, 1k ohm
CF, 4700 ohm
CF, 4700 ohm
CF, 4700 ohm
CF, 6800 ohm
CF, 1k ohm
CF, 1k ohm
CF, 10k ohm
CF, 1k ohm
CF, 1k ohm
CF, 330 ohm
CF, 330 ohm
CF, 1k ohm
CF, 10k ohm
CF, 10k ohm
CF, 4700 ohm
CF, 4700 ohm
CF, 33k ohm
CF, 68k ohm
CF, 22k ohm
CF, 10k ohm
CF, 270 ohm
CF, 100 ohm
CF, 47 ohm
CF, 10k ohm
CF, 10k ohm
CF, 10k ohm
CF, 100k ohm
CF, 10k ohm
CF, 10k ohm
CF, 1500 ohm
CF, 1k ohm
CF, 10k ohm
CF, 10k ohm
CF, 180 ohm
CF, 100 ohm
CF, 1k ohm
CF, 390k ohm
CF, 22k ohm
CF, 3300 ohm
MF, 15k ohm, 1%, 1/4W
CF, 1600 ohm
CF, 4700 ohm
CF, 100 ohm
CF, 100 ohm
CF, 4700 ohm
CF, 2200 ohm

24

Description

RM02
RM41
RR90
RR91
RR92
RR93
RS21
RS24
RV01

24366332
24366101
24366122
24366122
24366122
24366472
24366472
24366472
24366750

CF,
CF,
CF,
CF,
CF,
CF,
CF,
CF,
CF,

Location
No.

3300 ohm
100 ohm
1200 ohm
1200 ohm
1200 ohm
4700 ohm
4700 ohm
4700 ohm
75 ohm

COILS & TRANSFORMERS


L101
L205
L301
L400
* L441
L805
L806
L883
L884
L885
L886
L888
L901
LA01
LB02
T401

23289220
23289846
23103880
23289100
23233045
23248227
23248227
23103880
23103880
23248073
23103880
23103880
23200789
23289100
23289470
23224367

* T461

23236578

T801
T840

23211720
23213513

T862

23217308

Coil, Peaking, TRF4220AF


Coil, Peaking, TRF4101AT
Coil (Ferrite Bead), TEM2011Y
Coil, Peaking, TRF4100AF
Coil, Linearity, TLN2083G
Coil, Choke, TLN3481AD
Coil, Choke, TLN3481AD
Coil (Ferrite Bead), TEM2011Y
Coil (Ferrite Bead), TEM2011Y
Coil, Choke, TLN3299D
Coil (Ferrite Bead), TEM2011Y
Coil (Ferrite Bead), TEM2011Y
Coil, Degaussing, TSB-2205A
Coil, Peaking, TRF4100AF
Coil, Peaking, TRF4470AF
Transformer, Horiz. Drive,
TLN1098AH
Transformer, Flyback,
TFB4125ED
Line Filter, TRF3202BQ
Transformer, Power,
TPW1459AZ
Transformer, Converter,
TPW3318AG

SEMICONDUCTORS
Q301
Q301B
Q370
Q402
Q403
Q404
Q404B
Q421
Q421B
Q471
Q472
Q480
Q481
Q482
Q483
Q501
Q610
Q610B
Q611
Q613
Q801
Q801B
Q830
Q840
Q843
Q862
* Q883

B0378560
72471082
23114530
A6330069
23314444
A6873702
72471082
23314141
23035308
A6534020
23114528
A6532853
23114528
23114528
A6012010
B0385424
B01A0068
70391355
A6342200
A6342200
23906369
23476828
23114552
23318299
A6002050
A8643135
A6907894

IC, TA8427K
Screw, BRDT2W3X10 SZN
Transistor, 2SA933S-Q
Transistor, 2CS2482 FA-1
Transistor, 2SC4721P
Transistor, 2SD2539
Screw, BRDT2W3X10 SZN
Transistor, 2SC3852
Screw, BTB3X8SZN
Transistor, 2SA1015-O
Transistor, 2SC1740S, Q
Transistor, 2SA949-Y(C)
Transistor, 2SC1740S, Q
Transistor, 2SC1740S, Q
Transistor, RN2201
IC, TA1223AN
IC, TA8265K
Screw, BITTB3X8 SZN
Transistor, 2CS2878-A
Transistor, 2CS2878-A
IC, STR-Z4214
Bracket
Transistor, 2SC1685-Q, TH
IC, L78MR05
Transistor, RN1205
Photo Coupler, TLP621(GRL)
IC, S1854A(FA4)

Q901
Q902
Q903
Q904
Q905
Q906
Q971
QA01
QA02
QB01
QB03
QB21
QB30
QB40
QG01
D101
D201
D205
D210
D220
D301
D302
D308
D309
D310
D370
D406
D408
D409
D421
D441
D445
D471
* D472
D473
D480
D801
D802
D803
D804
D830
D840
D845
D862
D864
D873
D875
D876
D881
D883
D884
D885
D886
D898
D899
DA42
DB01
DB03
DB30
DB45

Part No.

Description

A6363200
A6363200
A6363200
23114528
23114528
23114528
23114530
23000262
70129483
23114528
A6002050
23114528
23114528
23114528
23906499
23316411
23316656
23118859
23118859
23118859
23118094
23118095
23118822
23118822
23118859
23316671
23118095
A7580658
23316690
23316690
23316687
23118094
23118095
23115774
23118859
23316757
A7568754
A7568754
A7568754
A7568754
23316673
23316962
23118859
23118094
23118094
23316719
23316719
23316761
23118859
23357021
23357021
23118094
23118094
23316746
24019472
23316672
23358501
23358522
23118859
23118859

Transistor, 2CS3619
Transistor, 2CS3619
Transistor, 2CS3619
Transistor, 2SC1740S, Q
Transistor, 2SC1740S, Q
Transistor, 2SC1740S, Q
Transistor, 2SA933S-Q
IC, TMPA8700CMN-1A03
IC, AT24C0210PC
Transistor, 2SC1740S, Q
Transistor, RN1205
Transistor, 2SC1740S, Q
Transistor, 2SC1740S, Q
Transistor, 2SC1740S, Q
IC, ?PC1851BCU
Diode, Zener, HZT33-12
Diode, Zener, MTZJ3.3A
Diode, 1SS133
Diode, 1SS133
Diode, 1SS133
Diode, EU2A, LF-F10
Diode, ERB44-06, E
Diode, ERB12-02
Diode, ERB12-02
Diode, 1SS133
Diode, Zener, MTZJ5.6A
Diode, ERB44-06, E
Diode, 3JH41
Diode, Zener, MTZJ10B
Diode, Zener, MTZJ10B
Diode, Zener, MTZJ9.1B
Diode, EU2A, LF-F10
Diode, ERB44-06, E
Diode, Zener, RD6.2E(4)
Diode, 1SS133
Diode, Zener, MTZJ36A
Diode, 1S1887A FA-1
Diode, 1S1887A FA-1
Diode, 1S1887A FA-1
Diode, 1S1887A FA-1
Diode, Zener, MTZJ5.6C
Diode, S1WBA20 4101
Diode, 1SS133
Diode, EU2A, LF-F10
Diode, EU2A, LF-F10
Diode, Zener, MTZJ12B
Diode, Zener, MTZJ12B
Diode, Zener, MTZJ39A
Diode, 1SS133
Diode, EL1 LF-G2
Diode, EL1 LF-G2
Diode, EU2A, LF-F10
Diode, EU2A, LF-F10
Diode, Zener, MTZJ27B
Varistor, ENE271D-10A2
Diode, Zener, MTZJ5.6B
Diode (LED), SCL003URC5F
Diode (LED), SIR-56SB3F
Diode, 1SS133
Diode, 1SS133

MISCELLANEOUS
B110
B230

25

23162263
23035312

Holder, Antenna Terminal


Screw, BTB 3X12 SZN

GENERAL ADJUSTMENTS

Part No.

SPECIFIC INFORMATIONS

Location
No.

SPECIFIC INFORMATIONS

GENERAL ADJUSTMENTS

Location
No.
F470
F470A
F801
F801A
F860
F889
G217
G500
G506
G507
G508
G520
G521
G861
* G882
G903
KB01
P801
PV03
SA01
SA02
SA03
SA04
SA05
SA06
SA07
SR81
V901A
W661

Part No.

Description

23144805
23165433
23144888
23165433
23144511
23144776
24366103
23238714
24366101
24366101
24366101
24366332
24366332
23103880
23316653
23118859
23906805
23372114
23365833
23145227
23145227
23145227
23145227
23145227
23145227
23145227
23146564
23902068
23151225

Fuse, 1.6A, 250V


Holder, Fuse
Fuse, 5.0A, 125V
Holder, Fuse
Fuse, 4.0A, 125V
Fuse, 1.6A, 125V
CF, 10k ohm
Coil, Peaking, TRF4100AJ
CF, 100 ohm
CF, 100 ohm
CF, 100 ohm
CF, 3300 ohm
CF, 3300 ohm
Coil (Ferrite Bead), TEM2011Y
Diode, Zener, MTZJ2.7B
Diode, 1SS133
Remote Sensor, PIC-TB17
Power Cord
Jack, Phono, 3P
Switch, Push, 1C1P
Switch, Push, 1C1P
Switch, Push, 1C1P
Switch, Push, 1C1P
Switch, Push, 1C1P
Switch, Push, 1C1P
Switch, Push, 1C1P
Relay, DC12V
Socket, CRT, 10P
Speaker, SPK-1228,
60X90, 8 ohm
Speaker, SPK-1228,
60X90, 8 ohm
Ceramic Resonator, 503kHz,
TCR1023
Crystal, 3.58MHz
Ceramic Resonator, 8.00MHz,
TCR1056BM

W662

23151225

X401

23153721

X501
XA01

23153961
23153504

Location
No.

A201
A223
A411
A701
A703
A708

Main Board, PB9416-1


CRT Drive Board, PB9416-2

PICTURE TUBE
* V901

23312662

Picture Tube, A68ADT28X02

23321366

Tuner, EL951L

TUNER
H001

ACCESSORIES
K912
AT03
Y101

23306309
23588409
23563895

Y101F

23563896

Description

CABINET PARTS

PC BOARD ASSEMBLIES

* M051Z
* M052Z

Part No.

Remote Hand Unit, CT-9988


Battery Cover
Owners Manual, English,
27A30
Owners Manual, French,
27A30

26

23549910
23445381
23427122
23524502
23935360
23935361

Front Cover
Button, Power
Back Cover
Container
Packing, Top
Packing, Bottom

MAIN BOARD PB9416-1


BOTTOM (FOIL) SIDE

27

28

CRT-D DRIVE BOARD PB9416-2

TERMINAL VIEW OF TRANSISTORS

BOTTOM (FOIL) SIDE


1

2SD2253
(old)
2SC5243

2SC3852
2SD1763A
2SC1569
2SC4544
2SA1788
2SA1306
2SA1186A

2SC752GTM
2SC2482
2SC2655
2SC4721P

CB
B

RN2203
RN2201
RN2004
RN1203
RN1204
RN2204
RN1205
RN1202
RN1201

2SD1554
2SD2253
2SD1556
2SC5143
2SD2553
2SD2539

29

CE

BC

ON4409

E
E

2SC752
2SA562TM
2SA1015
2SC1815
2SC2878
2SC1740S
2SC2120
2SA9335

2SA1788

CB

30

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GENERAL ADJUSTMENTS

MEMO

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31

SPECIFIC INFORMATIONS

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GENERAL ADJUSTMENTS

MEMO

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SPECIFIC INFORMATIONS

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32

GENERAL ADJUSTMENTS
SPECIFIC INFORMATIONS
SPECIFICATIONS
TELEVISION SYSTEM:

NTSC standard

CHANNEL COVERAGE:

VHF: 2 through 13
UHF: 14 through 69
Cable TV: Mid band (A-8 through A-1, A through I)
Super band (J through W)
Hyper band (AA through ZZ, AAA, BBB)
Ultra band (65 through 94, 100 through 125)

POWER SOURCE:

120V AC, 60Hz

POWER CONSUMPTION:

79W (average)

AUDIO POWER:

2W + 2W

SPEAKER TYPE:

Two 2-3/8 x 3-9/16 inches (60 x 90 mm)

VIDEO/AUDIO TERMINALS:

VIDEO/AUDIO INPUT
VIDEO: 1V(p-p), 75 ohm, negative sync.
AUDIO: 150mV(rms) (30% modulation equivalent, 47k ohm)

DIMENSIONS:

Width ......................... 25-63/64 inches (660mm)


Height ........................ 24-19/64 inches (617mm)
Depth ......................... 22 inches (558.5mm)

MASS:

74.3 lbs (33.7 kg)

SUPPLIED ACCESSORIES:

Remote Control with 2 size AA batteries

* Please refer to owners manual in detail.


33

FILE NO. 020-200008

SERVICE MANUAL

COLOR TELEVISION
N0ES Chassis

27A30
(TAC0006)

TOSHIBA CORPORATION
1-1, SHIBAURA 1- CHOME, MINATO-KU, TOKYO 105-8001, JAPAN

PUBLISHED IN JAPAN,

May, 2000 S

SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM
MODEL : 27A30

Chassis No. TAC0006

WARNING: BEFORE SERVICING THIS CHASSIS, READ THE "X-RAY RADIATION PRECAUTION", "SAFETY
PRECAUTION" AND "PRODUCT SAFETY NOTICE" ON THE MANUAL FOR THIS MODEL.
CAUTION: The international hazard symbols "*" in the schematic diagram and the parts list designate components
which have special characteristics important for safety and should be replaced only with types identical to those in the
original circuit or specified in the parts list. The mounting position of replacements is to be identical with originals.
Before replacing any of these components, read carefully the PRODUCT SAFETY NOTICE on the MANUAL for this
model. Do not degrade the safety of the receiver through improper servicing.

NOTE:
1. RESISTOR

Resistance is shown in ohm [K = 1.000, M = 1.000.000]. All resistors are 1/6W and 5%
tolerance carbon resistor, unless otherwise noted as the following marks.
1/2R = Metal or Metal oxide of 1/2 watt
1/2S = Carbon compsistion of 1/2 watt
1RF = Fuse resistor of 1 watt
10W = Cement of 10 watt
K = 10% G = 2% F = 1%
2. CAPACITOR Unless otherwise noted in schematic, all capacitor values less than 1 are expressed in
?F, and the values more than 1 in pF.
All capacitors are ceramic 50V, unless otherwise noted as the following marks.
Electolytic capacitor
Mylar capacitor
3. The parts indicated with " * " have special characteristics, and should be replaced with identical parts only.
4. Voltages read with DIGITAL MULTI-METER from point indicated to chassing ground, using a color bar signal with all
controls at normal, line voltage 120 volts.
5. Waveforms are taken receiving color bar signal with enough sensitivity.
6. Voltage reading shown are nominal values and may vary 20% except H.V.

SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM

WARNING: BEFORE SERVICING THIS CHASSIS, READ THE "X-RAY RADIATION PRECAUTION", "SAFETY
PRECAUTION" AND "PRODUCT SAFETY NOTICE" ON THE MANUAL FOR THIS MODEL.
CAUTION: The international hazard symbols "*" in the schematic diagram and the parts list designate components
which have special characteristics important for safety and should be replaced only with types identical to those in the
original circuit or specified in the parts list. The mounting position of replacements is to be identical with originals.
Before replacing any of these components, read carefully the PRODUCT SAFETY NOTICE on the MANUAL for this
model. Do not degrade the safety of the receiver through improper servicing.

NOTE:
1. RESISTOR

MODEL : 27A30

Chassis No. TAC0006

Resistance is shown in ohm [K = 1.000, M = 1.000.000]. All resistors are 1/6W and 5%
tolerance carbon resistor, unless otherwise noted as the following marks.
1/2R = Metal or Metal oxide of 1/2 watt
1/2S = Carbon compsistion of 1/2 watt
1RF = Fuse resistor of 1 watt
10W = Cement of 10 watt
K = 10% G = 2% F = 1%
2. CAPACITOR Unless otherwise noted in schematic, all capacitor values less than 1 are expressed in
?F, and the values more than 1 in pF.
All capacitors are ceramic 50V, unless otherwise noted as the following marks.
Electolytic capacitor
Mylar capacitor
3. The parts indicated with " * " have special characteristics, and should be replaced with identical parts only.

4. Voltages read with DIGITAL MULTI-METER from point indicated to chassing ground, using a color bar signal with all
controls at normal, line voltage 120 volts.
5. Waveforms are taken receiving color bar signal with enough sensitivity.
6. Voltage reading shown are nominal values and may vary 20% except H.V.