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Basic Information for

Casio Pocket Television


Vol.3 CIRCUIT OPERATION
Contents
PAGE
TELEVISION TRANSMISSION SYSTEM ........................................................... 1
Color System .................................................................................................... 1
TV System ........................................................................................................ 1
Channel System ................................................................................................ 1
Details of Color System .................................................................................... 2
Details of TV System ........................................................................................ 2
Details of TV Channel ...................................................................................... 3
World TV Broadcast System ............................................................................ 5
Casio TV Model ................................................................................................ 6
BLOCK DIAGRAM .............................................................................................. 7
VHF, UHF ......................................................................................................... 7
Rod Antenna .................................................................................................... 7
PCB Ass'y ........................................................................................................ 8
Display Ass'y .................................................................................................... 8
AD PCB ............................................................................................................ 9
Back Light ........................................................................................................ 9
Power Supply ................................................................................................... 9
CIRCUIT OPERATION ....................................................................................... 11
Tuner ................................................................................................................11
IC200 ............................................................................................................... 12
IC300 ................................................................................................................13
IC400 ................................................................................................................16
IC700 ................................................................................................................17
Tuning Operation ..............................................................................................18
Adjustment ....................................................................................................... 19
Troubleshooting ............................................................................................... 20
Trouble example .............................................................................................. 28
SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM & WAVEFORMS ......................................................... 29
Waveforms ...................................................................................................... 32

INDEX

TELEVISION TRANSMISSION S Y S T E M
T h r e e Systems
TV transmission systems are not the same throughout the world: Color system, TV system and Channel are different. The
countries for which a particular model is suitable are indicated in the sales literature and instruction booklet supplied, and are
printed on the box in which each television is packed.
Color system
There are three color transmission systems in the world: NTSC, PAL and SECAM.
If the color systems are different, TV does not get in color.
e.g.

Brazil
U.S.A.

Color System
PAL
NTSC

TV System
M/M
M/M

Channel System
US
US

Saudi Arabia
Germany

Color System
SECAM
PAL

TV System
B/G,H
B/G,H

Channel System
CCIR
CCIR

T V System
There are fourteen TV systems in the world: From A to N. Each system is different from scanning line, sound
frequency and modulation system.
If the TV systems are different, TV does not get a picture and a sound.
TV systems are indicated in the rating plate on the lower case.
e.g.
Brazil
Argentina

Color System
PAL
PAL

TV System
M/M
N/N

Channel System
US
US

Channel System
If the channel (TV frequency) is different, TV can not get the local channel.

e.g.

Color System
TV System
Channel
1ch
2ch
3ch
4ch

Japan
NTSC
M/M
Japan
91.25MHz
97.25MHz
103.25MHz
171.25MHz

U.S.A.
NTSC
M/M
US
55.25MHz
61.25MHz
67.25MHz

It is n o t possible t o convert it t o work i n any country other than t h e o n e for which it is d e s i g n e d .

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Details of Color System


System

525

PAL
(Germany)
625

SECAM
(France)
625

Field frequency (MHz)

59.94

50

50

Interlacing ration

2:1

2:1

2:1

Aspect ration

4:3

4:3

4:3

15.734

15.625

15.625

4.2

I 1.5
Q 0.5

R-Y 1.3
B-Y 1.3

R-Y 1.3
B-Y 1.3

+4.5

+5.5

+6.5

AM negative

AM negative

AM positive

FM

FM

AM

CCIR

Belgium

OIRT(1)

625

Channel bandwidth
fs(audio) - fv(video)

Scanning lines

Line frequency (MHz)


Channel bandwidth(MHz)
Luminance signal(MHz)
Color signal (MHz)

Sound carrier-frequency
(MHz)
Video Modulation
Sound modulation

NTSC

NTSC: A 525-line 60-field color television system


originally developed in the USA.
The 3.58MHz sub carrier is used to
transmit color information.
PAL: A 625-line 50-field color television system
originally developed in West Germany.
PAL is improved about the phase distortion
of NTSC. PAL is basically the same as
NTSC. But PAL is different from NTSC in
the way of the color signal transmission.
The phase of B-Y signal is fixed 90 degree.
The phase of R-Y signal changes at 0 and
180 degree on every horizontal scanning
line. The influence of the phase distortion is
denied by this way.
The 4.43MHz sub carrier is used to transmit
color information.
SECAM: A 625-line 50-field color television
system originally developed in France.
Sub carrier frequency is different from
every lines, R-Y signal:4.40MHz, B-Y
signal 4.25MHz, the phase of sub
carrier changes over beginning of
scanning lines. The merit of SECAM is
strong about phase jitters, and have not
cross talk both of two color signals.

Details of TV System
System

Luxembourg
(VHF)
F

CCIR

France
(VHF)
E

625

625

819

819

625

7 MHz

7 MHz

8 MHz

14 MHz

7 MHz

8 MHz

+5.5MHz

+5.5MHz

+6.5MHz

+11.5MHz

+5.5MHz

+5.5MHz

F3(+/-50kHz)

A3

F3(+/-50kHz)

A3

A3

F3(+/-50kHz)

UK(UHF),
Ireland
I

OIRT(2)

USA

K,K1

France
(UHF)
L

USA 625
(Argentina)
N

625

625

625

525

625

Channel bandwidth

8 MHz

8 MHz

8 MHz

6 MHz

6 MHz

fs(audio) - fv(video)

+6.0MHz

+6.5MHz

+6.5MHz

+4.5MHz

+4.5MHz

A3

F3(+/-25kHz)

F3(+/-25kHz)

Broadcast System
Scanning line

Audio modulation

System
Broadcast System
Scanning line

Audio modulation

A3: AM
F3: FM

F3(+/-50kHz) F3(+/-50kHz)

CCIR: International
Radio
Consultative
Committee

OIRT Organization
International de
Radio diffusion
Television

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G,H

Details o f T V Channel
1 ) T V Channel
In the United States, the low band of television stations occupies the frequency range 54 - 88MHz, with a small gap of
4MHz between channel 4 and 5. (This band - 72 to 76MHz - is used by other services.) Between the low-band and the high
band stations there is a frequency space (88 - 174MHz) that is occupied by FM broadcasting and government and aircraft
communications services.
Channel 14, the first of UHF channels, occupies the band 470 - 476MHz, channel 15, 476 - 482MHz, channel 16, 482 488MHz, and so on, all the way up to 890MHz. Within this band, 470 - 890MHz (a total of 420MHz),70 television channels
are accommodated. Like the UHF allocations, each UHF television channel is 6MHz wide.
Japan VHF Channel

US VHF Channel

CH.NO. Video Frequency Sound Frequency


IF
58.75MHz
54.25MHz
1

91.25MHz

95.75MHz

97.25MHz

101.75MHz

103.25MHz

107.75MHz

171.25MHz

175.75MHz

177.25MHz

181.75MHz

183.25MHz

187.75MHz

189.25MHz

193.75MHz

193.25MHz

197.75MHz

199.25MHz

203.75MHz

10

205.25MHz

209.75MHz

11

211.25MHz

215.75MHz

12

217.25MHz

221.75MHz

CH.NO. Video Frequency Sound Frequency

fs - fv =4.5MHz

IF

45.75MHz

41.25MHz

55.25MHz

59.75MHz

61.25MHz

65.75MHz

67.25Mhz

71.75MHz

77.25MHz

81.75MHz

83.25MHz

87.75MHz

175.25MHz

179.75MHz

181.25MHz

185.75MHz

187.25MHz

191.75MHz

10

193.25MHz

197.75MHz

11

199.25MHz

203.75MHz

12

205.25Mhz

209.75MHz

13

211.25MHz

215.75MHz

fs - fv=4.5MHz

CCIR VHF Channel


CH.NO. Video Frequency Sound Frequency
IF
38.90MHz
33.40MHz
1

41.25MHz

46.75MHz

48.25MHz

53.75MHz

55.25MHz

60.75MHz

62.25MHz

67.75MHz

175.25MHz

180.75MHz

182.25MHz

187.75MHz

189.25MHz

194.75MHz

196.25MHz

201.75MHz

203.25MHz

208.75MHz

10

210.25MHz

215.75MHz

11

217.25MHz

222.75MHz

12

224.25MHz

229.75MHz

fs - fv =5.5MHz

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2) Channel System and Frequencies

VHF (MHz)

2ch

4ch

5ch

62.25

175.25

UHF (MHz)

12ch

21ch

69ch

C.C.I.R
48.25
1ch

5ch

224.25

6ch

12ch

471.25
13ch

855.25
24ch 25ch

57ch

China
49.75

85.25

168.25

F.O.T.

1ch

5ch

216.25

471.25

863.25
69ch

4ch

12ch

21ch

175.25

215.25

471.25

6ch

12ch

21ch

855.25

69ch

O.I.R.T
49.75

Italy

Angola

93.25

175.25

Ach

Cch

Dch

53.75

82.75

175.25

1ch
43.25

3ch

H2ch
224.25

4ch

60.25

0ch

223.25

10ch

175.25

5ch

223.25

5Ach

11ch

471.25

21ch
471.25

21ch
471.25

28ch

855.25

69ch
855.25

69ch
855.25

69ch

Australia
46.25

Ach

102.25

Cch

138.25

216.25

Dch

Ich

527.25

814.25

21ch

69ch

215.25

471.25

855.25

10ch

21ch

Ireland
45.75

61.75

175.25
4ch

69ch

Morocco

1ch

3ch

New Zealand
45.25

62.25

163.25

211.15

4ch

9ch

175.25

471.25

21ch

210.25

4ch

471.25
12ch

21ch

855.25

69ch
855.25
69ch

South Africa
175.25

247.25

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471.25

855.25

World TV Broadcast System


EUROPE
COUNTRY

AFRICA

Broadcast System

Color

Casio
Model

COUNTRY

ASIA

Broadcast System
VHF

UHF

Color

Casio

COUNTRY

System Model

Broadcast System

VHF

UHF

System

Albania

PAL

Zaire

K1

SECAM

Austria

PAL

Zambia

PAL

Belgium

PAL

Afghanistan

Bulgaria

SECAM

Argentina

PAL

Bahrain

Czechoslovakia

SECAM

Barbados

NTSC

Cyprus

Denmark

PAL

Bermuda

NTSC

Iran

AMERICA

Vietnam

VHF

UHF

D/M

Color

Casio

System Model
SECAM

PAL

PAL

SECAM

SECAM

NEAR & MIDDLE EAST

Germany

PAL

Bolivia

NTSC

Iraq

SECAM

Finland

PAL

Brazil

PAL

Israel

PAL

France

E/L

SECAM

Canada

NTSC

Jordan

G/H

PAL

Gibraltar

PAL

Chile

NTSC

Kuwait

PAL

Greece

SECAM

Colombia

NTSC

Lebanon

SECAM

Holland

PAL

Costa Rica

NTSC

Oman

PAL

Hungary

SECAM

Cuba

NTSC

Qatar

PAL

Iceland

PAL

Dominica

NTSC

Saudi Arabia

SECAM

Ireland

A/I

PAL

Ecuador

NTSC

Syria

SECAM

Italy

PAL

El Salvador

NTSC

Turkey

PAL

Luxembourg

PAL

Guadeloupe

K1

SECAM

United Arab Emirates

PAL

Yemen

PAL

Malta

PAL

Guatemala

NTSC

Monaco

L/G

SECAM/PAL

Guyana

K1

SECAM

Norway

PAL

Haiti

NTSC

American Samoa

NTSC

Poland

SECAM

Hawaiian IS.

NTSC

Australia

PAL

Portugal

PAL

Honduras

NTSC

Guam

NTSC

Romania

PAL

Jamaica

NTSC

New Caledonia

K1

SECAM

OCEANIA

San Marino

PAL

Mexico

NTSC

New Zealand

PAL

Spain

PAL

Nicaragua

NTSC

Tahiti

K1

SECAM

Sweden

PAL

Panama

NTSC

Switzerland

PAL

Paraguay

PAL

H
B

UK

PAL

Peru

NTSC

USSR

SECAM

Puerto Rico

NTSC

Yugoslavia

PAL

ST. Kitts-Nevis

NTSC

Surinam

NTSC

PAL

Trinidad & Tobago

NTSC

AFRICA
Algeria

Burkina Faso

K1

SECAM

Uruguay

PAL

Canary IS.

PAL

USA

NTSC

Congo

SECAM

Virgin IS.

NTSC

Cote D'ivoire

K1

SECAM

Venezuela

NTSC

Djibouti

K1

SECAM

Egypt

PAL

Brunei

PAL

Ethiopia

PAL

Cambodia

NTSC

Gabon

K1

SECAM

China

PAL

Ghana

PAL

Democratic People's

PAL

Kenya

PAL

Republic of Korea

Liberia

PAL

Hong Kong

PAL

Libya

SECAM

India

PAL

Madagascar

K1

SECAM

Indonesia

PAL

Morocco

SECAM

Japan

NTSC

Niger

K1

SECAM

Malaysia

PAL

Nigeria

PAL

Mongolia

SECAM

Senegal

K1

SECAM

Pakistan

PAL

Sierra Leone

PAL

Philippines

NTSC

Sudan

PAL

Republic of Korea

NTSC

South Africa

PAL

*Y

Singapore

PAL

C
C

ASIA

Tanzania

B/I

PAL

Sri Lanka

PAL

Tunisia

SECAM

Taiwan

NTSC

Uganda

PAL

Thailand

PAL

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Casio TV Model
Casio
Model
A
B

Color
System
NTSC
NTSC

TV
System
M/M
M/M

Channel

Country

JPN
US

PAL

B/G,H

CCIR

D
E
F

PAL
PAL
PAL/SECAM

-/I
D/I
B/G,H

UK
China/UK
CCIR

G
H
I
J
K
L
M
N
P
Q
R
S

PAL
PAL
PAL
SECAM
NTSC
PAL
PAL
PAL
PAL
PAL
PAL
PAL
PAL
PAL
PAL
SECAM
SECAM
PAL
PAL
PAL
PAL
PAL
PAL
SECAM

M/M
N/N
B/G
L/L
M/M
B/G,H
B/B
B/G,H
B/G,H,I
B/G,H,I
B/G,H,I
B/G,H
B/G,H
B/G,H
B/G,H
B/G,H
B/G,H
I/I
I/I
I/I
I/I
D/D
D/K
K1/-

US
US
ITALY
France
US
CCIR
Australia
CCIR
CCIR/UK
CCIR/UK
Italy/UK
Australia
CCIR
ITALY
New Zealand
CCIR
Morocco
Angora
Ireland
UK
South Africa
China
O.I.R.T
F.O.T.

SECAM

D/K

O.I.R.T

PAL
PAL
SECAM

M/M
N/N
K1/-

US
US
F.O.T.

Japan
American Samoa / Antigua and Barbuda / Bahamas / Barbados /
Belize / Bermuda / Bolivia /Cambodia / Chile / Colombia /
Costa Rica / Cuba / Dominican Republic / Ecuador / El Salvador /
Guatemala / Haiti / Honduras / Jamaica / Mexico / Micronesia /
Netherlands Antilles / Nicaragua / Panama / Peru / Philippines /
Puerto Rico / Saint Christopher & Nevis / Saint Lucia /
South Korea / Surinam / Taiwan / Trinidad and Tobago /
Union of Myanmar / U.S.A. / Venezuela
Afghanistan / Algeria / Austria / Bahrain / Bangladesh / Belgium /
Brunei / Central African Republic / Equatorial Guinea / Ethiopia /
Ghana /Greenland / Holland / Iceland / India / Indonesia /
Jordan / Kenya / Kuwait / Liberia / Luxembourg / Malaysia /
Maldives / Malta / Mozambique / New Zealand / Nigeria / Oman /
Pakistan / Portugal / Qatar / Seychelles / Sierra Leone /
Singapore / Spain / Pakistan / Portugal / Qatar / Seychelles /
Sierra Leone / Singapore / Spain / Sri Lanka / Sudan / Swaziland /
Switzerland / Tanzania / Thailand / The Yemen Arab Republic /
Turkey / United Arab Emirates / Yugoslavia / Zambia
*Australia (except VHF CH 3-5A)
Hong Kong / UK
Democratic People's Republic of Korea / China / Hong Kong
Cyprus / East Germany / Egypt / Greece / Iran / Iraq / Lebanon /
Libya / Mauritania / Mauritius / Morocco / Saudi Arabia / Syria /
Tunisia / Uganda / Vietnam / Zimbabwe
* plus Casio Model CA
Brazil / Lao People's Democratic Republic
Argentina / Paraguay / Uruguay
Italy / Albania / San Marino
France
Canada *plus Casio Model BA
Denmark / Finland / Norway / Sweden *plus Casio Model CA
Australia *plus Casio Model CA
West Germany *plus Casio Model CA
Casio Model LA plus DA
Casio Model NA plus DA
Casio Model IA plus CA plus DA
*Australia (except VHF CH 0 and 3-5A)
Casio Model CA
Albania, Italy
New Zealand (except VHF CH 1)
Casio Model FA
Morocco (except VHF CH 4 )
Angora (except VHF CH 1)
Ireland (except VHF CH A)
Hong Kong, U.K.
South Africa (except CH 11 and 12)
China (except UHF CH 57)
North Korea, Romania
Benin, Burkina Faso, Brundi, Chad, Congo, Cote D'ivoire, Djibouti,
Gabon, Guadeloupe, Guiana, Guinea, Guyana, Ivory Coast,
Madagascar, Mali, Martinique, New Caledonia, Niger, Polynesia,
Reunion, ST. Pierre et Miquelon, Senegal, Tahiti, Togo, Zaire,
Bulgaria Czechoslovakia, Hungary, Mongolia, Poland, U.S.S.R.,
Vietnam
System Selector M: BRAZIL, LAOS
System Selector N: Argentina, Paraguay, Uruguay
Benin, Burkina Faso, Brundi, Chad, Congo, Cote D'ivoire, Djibouti,
Gabon, Guadeloupe, Guiana, Guinea, Guyana, Ivory Coast,
Madagascar, Mali, Martinique, New Caledonia, Niger, Polynesia,
Reunion, ST. Pierre et Miquelon, Senegal, Tahiti, Togo, Zaire,
Bulgaria Czechoslovakia, Hungary, Mongolia, Poland, U.S.S.R.,
Vietnam
*Australia (except VHF CH 3-5A)
Casio Model CA
Albania, Italy
New Zea land (except VHF CH 1)
Casio Model FA
Morocco (except VHF CH 4 and 5 )
Angora (except VHF CH 1)
Ireland
Hong Kong, U.K.
South Africa (except CH 11 and 13)
France (except CH A)

V
W

SECAM

D/K

O.I.R.T

PAL
PAL
PAL
PAL
SECAM
SECAM
PAL
PAL
PAL
PAL
SECAM

B/G,H
B/G,H
B/G,H
B/G,H
B/G,H
B/G,H
I/I
I/I
I/I
I/I
L/L

Australia
CCIR
Italy
New Zealand
CCIR
Morocco
Angora
Ireland
UK
South Africa
France

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Scanning fs(audio)-fv(video)
line
525
4.5MHz
525
4.5MHz

Color burst

Notes

3.58MHz
3.58MHz

625

5.5MHz

4.43MHz

625
625
625

6 MHz
6.5 MHz / 6 MHz
5.5 MHz

4.43MHz
4.43MHz
4.25/4.40MHZ

525
625
626
625
525
625
625
625
625
625
625
625
625
625
625
625
625
625
625
625
625
625
625
625

4.5 MHz
5.5 MHz
5.5 MHz
6.5 MHz
4.5 MHz
5.5 MHz
5.5 MHz
5.5 MHz
5.5 MHz / 6MHz
5.5 MHz / 6MHz
5.5 MHz / 6MHz
5.5MHz
5.5MHz
5.5MHz
5.5MHz
5.5MHz
5.5MHz
6.0MHz
6.0MHz
6.0MHz
6.0MHz
6.5MHz
6.5MHz
6.5MHz

3.58MHz
3.58MHz
4.43MHz
4.25/4.40MHz
3.58MHz
4.43MHz
4.43MHz
4.43MHz
4.43MHz
4.43MHz
4.43MHz
4.43MHz

625

6.5MHz

4.25/4.40MHz

525
625
625

4.5MHz
4.5MHz
6.5MHz

3.58MHz
3.58MHz
4.25/4.40MHz

625

6.5MHz

4.25/4.40MHz

625
625
625
625
625
625
625
625
625
625
625

5.5MHz
5.5MHz
5.5MHz
5.5MHz
5.5MHz
5.5MHz
6.0MHz
6.0MHz
6.0MHz
6.0MHz
6.5MHz

4.43MHz

Selector: I

4.25/4.40MHz
4.43MHz

Selector: II

4.43MHz

Selector: III

4.25/4.40MHz

Selector: M
Selector: N

Selector: I

4.25/4.40MHz
4.43MHz

Selector: II

4.25/4.40MHz

Selector: III

BLOCK DIAGRAM
VHF, UHF
VHF: Abbreviation for Very High Frequency.
The sending out of radio waves at the rate of 30 to 300MHz, Producing good sound quality.
UHF: Abbreviation for Ultra High Frequency.
The sending out of radio waves at the rate of 300 to 3000MHz, Producing excellent sound quality.
Antenna
VHF, UHF
IC200

Linear PCB
TU200

Q200

Tuner

IF Amp.

Tuning
Voltage
Generator

Video Det.
Sound Det.
FM Det.
AFT Circuit
AGC Circuit

VR
Volume
Control

IC600

Speaker

Audio
Amp.

Chroma
Circuit

Power
Supply

Display ass'y

Common
Drive

IC700
OSC.
Display Control
A-D Converter
Auto-tuning
Control

VR
Brightness
Control

IC800

LCD

Segment Drive

Display
Voltage
Generator

R o d A nt e nna
When the rod antenna is not properly adjustment, TV reception is not get a clear picture( picture moves up or down,
disappears periodically, becomes fuzzy or blurred, is doubled, etc.). In this case, adjust angle and direction for best
reception.
Locations where TV reception is bad.
Far away from broadcasting stations, among ferro-concrete structures or near mountains.
Underground, in tunnels or in ferro-concrete buildings.
Near high-tension wires, neon signs, or radio stations whose frequencies interfere.
Near railroads, highways or airport.
In trains or cars.
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Under poor reception conditions, the tuning indicator may continue to move without stopping because the auto tuner
cannot detect weak broadcasts. In this case, use a commercially available external antenna or relocate the TV to a
place where reception is better.
The user usually damaged the rod antenna. We suggest that you stock this parts.
Model CV-1 is used both as a earphone and an antenna.
PCB Ass'y
Linear PCB
1) Color tuner: TU200
Selects a desired radio wave and changes it to the video IF signal.
2) Video IF Amp.: Q200
Amplifies the video IF signal output from the tuner by 10 times.
3) Video Det./ Sound Det./ FM Det./ AFT/ AGC: IC200
Eliminates the carrier wave in the video IF signal, and pick up the video signal and the sound signal.
Also, the sound signal is picked up from the sound IF signal by FM detection. Automatic fine tuning circuit for
keeping the frequency of the oscillator in the tuner correct for best color picture by compensating for drift and
incorrect tuning. Automatic gain control circuit for avoiding influence of receiving deterioration by wave
strength.
4) Audio Amp.: IC600
Sound amplification.
5) Chroma Circuit: IC300
Generates the tricolor (red, green and blue) from the video signal.
6) Tuning voltage generator: IC500
Generates the tuning voltage from the tuning pulse (TU).
PW PCB: Generates the power supply voltage.
SUB PCB: Generates the power supply voltage.
RD PCB: Selects a desired radio wave.
Display Ass'y
LCD
Casio LCD television is used two type of LCD drive systems: HQM and Active matrix.
1) HQM ( Simple Matrix )
Scanning and segment transparent electrodes are arranged in closed way. To the scanning electrodes, the gate
pulse is applied timesharing. The TV signal is changed into 4-bit or 3-bit data through A/D conversion (IC700), so
that the TV signal can be handed with the LSI, and applied to the segment electrodes.
Structure is simple and price is low, but contrast ratio is low.
2) Active Matrix
Each picture element electrode is controlled by a transistor. To the gate electrodes, the gate pulse is applied
timesharing, like the HQM. I f the gate pulse is applied, the transistors are in operation and voltage is applied
between the picture electrodes and common electrodes and the liquid crystal reacts allowing the light to transmit.
Structure is complicated and price is high, but contrast ratio is high.

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(1) High Quality Matrix


Y1 Y2 Y3 Y4

(2) Active Matrix


Y1

Xn

Y2

Y3

Y4

X1
X1
X2
X3
X4
X5

X2

X3

X4

X
n

Back Light: It produces light and allows the LCD to be seen.


A fluorescent lamp is used this back light, and the life of this unit is to be 1,500 hours.
Power Supply: 3-way power supply system.
Batteries - AA-size or AAA-size (CV-1) dry batteries.
Battery Life:
Type

Life

AlkalineLR6 (AM-3)

Approx.2 ~ 3 hours

Manganese R6 (UM-3)

Approx.15 ~ 30 minutes

AD PCB
1) OSC/ A-D Converter/ Display Control/ Auto-Tuning Control: IC700
Converts the color signal into a digital signal. Also, generates the clock pulse for the display and controls the display.
2) Display voltage generator: IC800
Generates the display voltage.
Back Light
Placed it under the LCD unit and producing light that TV screen can be seen. A fluorescent lamp is used this back light.
The life is to be 1,500 hours. New type of fluorescent lamp is to be 3,000 hours. The back light is consumption items,
so even under guarantee replace it under charge basis.
Power Supply
There are 3-way power supply systems.
1) Batteries: AAA-size and AA-size (CV-1)
We recommend to use alkaline batteries.The battery life is approx. 2 to 3 hours with alkaline battery, 15 to 30 minutes
with manganese battery.
The battery supplied with TV are test battery which have a shorter life span.
Low battery power generates heat. Heat does not mean malfunction.
2) AC adaptor
There are three type of AC adaptors: 6V, 9V and 12V. The optional AC adaptor is supplied from our sales department.
3) Car adaptor
There are three type of Car adaptors: 6V, 9V and 12V. The optional car adaptor is supplied from our sales department.
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DC IN: External power source jack. Insert the plug of the AC adaptor or the car adaptor into this jack.
EXT/ANT.: External antenna jack. Insert the plug of the optional car antenna into this jack. Connect the optional antenna
adaptor AS-35S to your outdoor antenna or the optional RF cord CF-13 to your VCR.
AUDIO/VIDEO: Audio video jack. Connect the optional Audio video cable cord AV-C1 to your VCR.

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CIRCUIT OPERATION

Tuner
The tuner selects and amplifies the incoming AM video-modulated and FM sound-modulated signals and
concerts them to the inter mediate-frequency signals required by the IF amplifiers.
Picture carrier
Antenna

fv
Amplify the channel
frequencies
Input
Circuit

Convert the channel frequencies to intermediate frequencies


Picture IF = fosc - fv = 45.75MHz (US channel)
Sound IF = fosc - fs = 41.25MHz (US channel)
Tuning
Circuit

RF Amp.

Mixing
Circuit
VIF

Select specific channel

fs

Power supply
voltage

Local
oscillator

BV
BU
BM

Sound carrier

fosc
Local oscillator frequency

AGC
The Automatic Gain Control system
maintains a substantially constant
video detector picture output by
applying an automatically varying dc
bias voltage to the RF. In basic
principle, the AGC system in a TV
receiver is similar to AVC systems
in radio receivers- it provides a
constant-amplitude signal.

BS
VHF low and high
channels selecting
voltage.
VHF(L) :
Approx. 20V
VHF(H):
Approx. 0V

Field-strength is weak

Field-strength is strong

Video IF
Amp.

Tuner

AGC for
Tuner

AGC voltage

B T Tuning voltage input terminal. A channel


corresponding to the direct voltage to this
terminal is selected, and frequency
conversion is performed.
TV-100B
1.0-2.8(V)

TV-100C

VHF(L)

2CH

2CH

1.3-3.3(V)

VHF(L)

6CH 17.2-18.8(V) 4CH

6.5-8.5(V)

VHF(H)

7CH

6.1-8.1(V)

6.4-8.4(V)

5CH

VHF(H) 13CH 17.2-18.8(V) 12CH 17.2-18.8(V)


UHF

14CH

1.0-3.4(V) 21CH

0.9-2.3(V)

UHF

69CH 22.4-23.6(V) 69CH 24.4-25.6(V)

Tuner Voltage

Video
DET

BV: Power voltage for inner VHF circuit.


BU: Power voltage for inner UHF circuit.
BM: Power supply for internal mixer.

Video
Amp.

AGC for
IF

AGC
Amp.

SIF

AGC DET

Noise
elimination

AGC voltage

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VHF(L)

VHF(H)

BV

Approx. 4V

Approx. 4V

UHF
0V

BU

0V

0V

Approx. 4V

BM

Approx. 4V

Approx. 4V

Approx. 4V

BT

0 - 25V

0 - 25V

0 - 25V

BS

Approx. 20V

0V

0V

AGC

1.0 - 3.0V

1.0 - 3.0V

1.0 - 3.0V

I C 2 0 0 V i d e o D E T . , S o u n d D E T . , F M D E T . , A GC , M U T E .
Eliminates the carrier wave in the video IF signal , and picks up the video signal and the sound IF signal.
Also the sound signal is picked up from the sound IF signal by FM detection and controlled its volume by
MUTE voltage.
To IC300
SIF trap
Video signal + Sound IF

Discriminator
Picks up the sound signal.

SIF trap removes


the sound IF.

AFT

SYNC.
SEP

Sound
signal

Video
DET.

Picks up the synchronizing


pulse from the video IF signal.
IF AGC
DET.

FM
DET.

Video
AMP.

ATT
Buffer

1st and
2nd AMP.

RF AGC

AGC
The Automatic Gain Control system
maintains a substantially constant
video detector picture output by
applying an automatically varying dc
bias voltage to the RF. In basic
principle, the AGC system in a TV
receiver is similar to AVC systems
in radio receivers- it provides a
constant-amplitude signal.

Limiter

S IF

SIF filter picks up the


SIF from video signal.

I F signal input

Carrier wave
VIF

V i d e o detection

SIF
Demodulation

Automatic f i n e tuning
Model AFT voltage
AFT block generates the AFT voltage TV-100 2.5 +/-0.2V
(direct voltage ) with a difference of
TV-480 1.7 +/-0.2V
frequency between the IF and input
signal from the tuner.
Audio Signal

Coil connected to pin no.


19 and 20 determines
the tuning point of the
LLD detection, and must
be matched with the
intermediate frequency.

Video signal

Sound IF

SIF filter removes the fs-fv MHz sound


component from sound IF signal.
SIF filter
Sound Takeoff

Video Amplifier

Limits the amplitude of its output signal to


some predetermined threshold level.
Limiter-Amplifier

Picks up the sound signal


from FM modulated signal.
U.S.A

CCIR

The sound is cut off during


tuning. Audio signal is cut
when pin no. 14 receives
GND level.

FM detection
(Discriminator)
U.K.

ATT

China

SIF filter

4.5MHz 5.5MHz 6.0MHz 6.5MHz

Discriminator

4.5MHz 5.5MHz 6.0MHz 6.5MHz

SIF trap

4.5MHz 5.5MHz 6.0MHz 6.5MHz

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Audio Amplifier

I C 3 0 0 Chroma Circuit ( N T S C )
Generates the tricolor of red, green and blue from the video signal.
Y/C Separator
Color
sub carrier
Trap

Video signal
B a nd pass A mp .
is the amplified
composite color
video signal.

Band pass
filter

Luminance signal

Color
adjust

Hue adjust Contrast adjust

Color signal
Burst Amp. separates the color
sync from the composite video
signal.

Contrast
Adjust
Color
adjust

Band
Amp.
Sync
signal

Burst
Amp.

Color
Killer

G-Y
Matrix

Hue
adjust

Burst
Generator

Automatic
Chroma
Control

B-Y demodulation

R-Y demodulation

Automatic
Phase
Control

Y mixer
B Amp.

Y mixer
G Amp.

APC
Reinserts a sub carrier signal with
exactly the correct phase and
frequency by synchronizing with
the transmitted color-burst signal.

DEMODULATION
The B-Y and R-Y demodulators are each synchronized essentially to sample the resultant chrominance
signal EC and produce the respective B-Y and R-Y voltage. After demodulation, the B-Y and R-Y signals
enter the matrix stage. The two color signals combine in the G-Y matrix which produces the resultant G-Y
color signal, and output signals (B-Y, R-Y and G-Y) combine with the luminance signal at the mixer , then
outputs proportional values of red, blue, and green.

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Green

Red
Y mixer
R Amp.

Sub carrier
OSC

Automatic Chroma Control


ACC is to provide automatic gain control
for the chroma amplifies.This circuit is
keeping the chroma and burst signals at a
constant level.
Color Killer
The color killer keeps the
band pass amplifier cutoff in
the absence of a color signal.

Blue

I C 3 0 0 Chroma Circuit ( P A L )
Generates the tricolor of red, green and blue from the video signal.
Y/C Separator
Chroma
Trap
4.43MHz

Video signal

SYNC
SEP.

Color signal

Luminance signal

Band pass
filter

Contrast adjust

PIX
CTR

F/F

PIX

CLAMP

Y-OUT
Contrast
adjust
Blue

ACC

B Matrix

Chroma
OUT
PAL/SECAM SW

B-OUT

Green
G Matrix

G-OUT

ACC
DET

Red

Sync
signal

R Matrix

R-OUT

Burst
GP
0 and
180
Killer

90

PAL-SW

R-Y
DEM

B-Y
DEM

Sub carrier
OSC

Automatic
Phase
Control

The point that NTSC is different from PAL in a part


of frame of bold lines

PAL is basically the same as NTSC. PAL is different from NTSC in the way of the color signal transmission.
The phase of B-Y signal is fixed 90 degree. The phase of R-Y signal changes at 0 and180 degree on every
horizontal scanning line. The 4.43MHz sub carrier is used to transmit color information.

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I C 3 0 0 Chroma Circuit ( P A L / S E C A M )
Generates the tricolor of red, green and blue from the video signal.
Y/C Separator

Video
signal

Sync
SEP.

Chroma
Trap
4.43MHz
Band pass
filter

Luminance
signal

PIX
CTR

Color
signal

PAL

Contrast
adjust

F/F

PIX

Y-OUT

Blue

CLAMP
B Matrix

Chroma
OUT

ACC

Contrast
adjust

B-OUT
Green

PAL/SECAM SW

G-OUT

G Matrix

ACC
DET

Red

Sync
signal

R-OUT

R Matrix
0 and 180
Burst
GP

PAL-SW

Killer

R-Y
DEM

Bell filter
4.28MHz

B-Y

90
Sub carrier
OSC

B-Y
DEM

Horizontal sync

Blanking signal

line identify

SECAM

ID
Limiter

R-Y

B-Y signal
Quadrature
4250000Hz coil 4.25MHz
4.25MHz

F/F

Cleaning

limits the
amplitude

line change over


interlock switch SECAM
direct to switch(non-delayed signal)
SW
Gate

Automatic
Phase
Control

SW

Picks up the SECAM


color signals (B-Y,
R-Y) by FM detectors
Sub carrier frequency
R-Y signal 4406350Hz

One delay
line

B-Y DEM

R-Y DEM
4.406MHz

Quadrature
coil 4.4MHz

through one delay line(delayed signal)

It is difference of SECAM , NTSC and PAL that the frequency of R-Y and B-Y signal are demodulated and
transmitted reciprocally in order on every line.
The demodulation of signal SECAM is separated from two systems. One system is led direct to the line change
over interlock switch circuit, another system is led to the switch circuit through one delay line.
The switch circuit changes over the delayed signal of a term scanning line and non-delayed signal, takes out two
color different signal. By detecting in each FM, R-Y and B-Y signal are gotten.
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IC400 Tuning Voltage Generators


IC400 has 3 circuits for converting pulses to voltages, selects one of VHF-L, VHF-H or UHF, and causes the tuning
voltage to be output from OUT terminal.
OUT

IN

U/V H/L SW on
L

S2, S5

S3, S6

S1, S4

S1, S4

TU SW on

S3

S7

S8

S2

BT
S8

S1

S7

S6
S5
Current
Source

S4

BS
GEN.

Vref
GEN.

CODE
CONV.

UHF

U/V

H/L BS

BS

TU

Vref

VHF low / high


channels switching
signal.
Approx. 20V when
the indicator is at
VHF low channel.

VCC

U/V
UHF / VHF channels
switching signal.
Input 4V with setting
the select switch to
UHF.
H/L
VHF low / high channels switching
signal.
GND level when the indicator is VHF
low channel.
Approx. 4V when the indicator is
VHF high and UHF channel

U/V

H/L

BS

TU pulse

BT voltage

BT

VHF L GND

GND

Approx.20V Approx.0 ~ 20V

VHF H GND

Approx.4V

GND

Approx.0 ~ 20V

UHF

Approx.4V

GND

Approx.0 ~ 20V

Approx.4V

TU
Tuning pulse being
output from IC700.

BT
Tuning voltage.
Tuning pulse is converted into a
DC voltage by the IC400, and
applied to the tuning voltage to
the tuner.

When the Up or Down buttons is pressed, TU pulse becomes


gradually narrower, and the tuning voltage BT is also gradually
decreases.

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IC700
VSS2

AD2
AD1
B
G
R
RLL
VDD2
RHH

M7
M8
M9
M10
PSi

TE1 TE2 TE3 TE4 TE5TE6

M6 M5 M4 M3 M2 M1

Test Control

AFT

Key
Switch
Control

AFT
Control

Mode Control

KDB
KCB
AVB
UHF

A/D

Frequency
Divider

Mute
Control

Tuning Voltage
UP/DOWN Counter

Channel
Bar
Control

Mode
Control

Sweep
Control

VLB
Synchronism
Judgment

Pulse Width
Modulation D/A

TU

VSS1

Frequency
Separator

D1 D2 D3 D4 D5 D6

Vertical
Positioning
Control

Frequency
Divider

CDB CFB CNB ECB SNB SCB STB HDB

SignalName
D1 ~ D6

Horizontal
Positioning
Control

Function

CK1

VLB

Oscillator

CK2

SignalName

Displaydata output terminal.

Function
VHF High/Low channel select signal

SNB

Data latch signal.

CDB

Scanning start signal.

UHF

VHF/UHF selectsignal.

CFB

Voltage changeover signal.

AVB

Key input.

CNB

Scanning Signal shift lock signal.

KCB

Key input.

SCB

Brightnessmodulation pulse control.

KDB

Key input.

STB

Sampling start signal.

AFT

AFT voltage input terminal.

ECB

Control the segment drive terminal.

M1 ~ M10

Mode select signal input terminal.

"H" level during no display.

TE1 ~ TE6

Test terminal.

Clock pulse output terminal.

R, G, B

CK1, CK2

output.

OSC1, OSC2 Oscillatorcontrol terminal.


PD

Clock pulse adjustment terminal.

C-S

Sync pulseinput.

HDB

HorizontalSync signal input.

VDD1
MTB
TU

RLL

Color signal.
Low level voltage input terminalof
video signal.

RHH

High level voltage input terminalof


video signal.

VDD voltage input.

PS1

Mute control terminal.

VSS1

Tuning control pulse output.

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VDD1
C-S
PD

Phase
Comparator
Data Output

MTB

Mode control signal.


Power supply voltage input.

OSC1
OSC2

Tuning Operation
(NTSC)

PD
OSC1,OSC2

UP or Down
button

IC700

TO
LCD

Sweep
Control

Vertical
Positioning Control

Synchronism
Judgment

Key Switch
Control

AFT Control

Horizontal
Positioning
Control

Frequency
Divider

Oscillator

A/D
Convertor

Data Output
Phase
Comparator

Channel Bar
Control
VCC1

Tuning voltage
control

TU
BU

Mute
Control

Power Switch
UHF

VLB

Power Supply
Circuit

UHF or
VHF

H/L

H/L
BT Generator

Back Light

Back Light
Circuit

MTB

Pulse Width
Modulation

Frequency
Separator

IC400

VHF

BS Generator

Batteries or AC Adaptor
Antenna

VHF/UHF
Input Circuit

VHF/UHF
RF AMP.
UHF Tuning
Circuit

UHF Mixing
Circuit

AFT

Local
Oscillator

VHF Mixing
Circuit

Video DET.

Video AMP.

SIF Filter

SIF Trap

SYNC. SEP

3.58MHz Trap

Band pass
Filter

VHF Tuning
Circuit

IF AMP.

2nd AMP.

Limiter

Burst
Generator

Contrast
Adjust

Local
Oscillator
IF AGC

TUNER
IC200

SAW Filter

1st AMP.

FM DET

IC300

Color Adjust

Band AMP.

Burst AMP.

Hue Adjust

ACC

Color Killer

Automatic
Phase Control

3.58 MHz OSC

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ATT

Buffer

B-Y Demodulator

G-Y Matrix

R-Y Demodulator

AMP.

Y Mixer
Blue AMP.

Y Mixer
Green AMP.

Y Mixer
Red AMP.

Adjustment
Casio gives another through adjustment before TVs are put on the market. There's usually no
need for you to adjust the TVs except VCC voltage setting when repaired the power supply
circuit and VCOM adjustment whenever replaced the TFT LCD.
The other adjustments, it is necessary to have the expensive equipment's. When appropriate
equipment's are not available, we recommend to replace the Linear PCB ass'y.
The full details of adjustments, refer to each of service manuals.
Main Adjustment Points
VCC Voltage Setting

Outline
Set the voltage VCC. If set value is wrong,
malfunction or increasing consumed current.
Be sure to adjust it.
Video Detection Coil Adjustment No reception is possible at all or the sensitivity is
extremely bad when replaced IC200 or video detection coil, be sure to adjust the video detection
coil.

Equipment
Power supply
Voltmeter
Power supply
Pattern generator
Signal generator
Oscilloscope
Low-pass filter
Power supply
Pattern generator
Signal generator
Oscilloscope
Voltmeter
Power supply
Pattern generator
Signal generator
Voltmeter
IF levelmeter
Power supply
Pattern generator
Signal generator
Oscilloscope

AFT Coil Adjustment

No reception is possible at all or the sensitivity is


extremely bad when replaced IC200 or AFT coil,
be sure to adjust the AFT coil.

PD Voltage Adjustment

No synchronization is gained.

Contrast Adjustment

Make this adjustment when contrast is not good.

Tint Volume Adjustment

When replacing IC300 or tint volume, be sure


to adjust the tint volume.

Power supply
Pattern generator
Signal generator
Oscilloscope

AGC Adjustment

No reception is possible at all or the sensitivity is


extremely bad when replaced T200 or IC200, be
sure to adjust the video detection coil.

Free-Running Frequency
Adjustment
VCOM Adjustment
(TFT LCD only)

No synchronization is gained.

Power supply
Pattern generator
Signal generator
Oscilloscope
IF levelmeter
Power supply
Frequency Counter
Power supply
Pattern generator
Signal generator
Oscilloscope
Photo diode

Make this adjustment whenever replacing the


LCD or when the LCD is flickered.

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TROUBLESHOOTING
1. No power

Check fuse.

YES
Is fuse blown up?

Replace fuse.

NO

Measure output
voltage of DC-DC
convertor.

Is voltage
VCC2 +4V
DC?

NO

Check power switch.


Check poor soldering on
power supply block.

YES

Replace LCD unit.


Replace inverter transformer or
transistor(s) on power supply for
back light.
Replace coil and capacitor on
power supply for back light.

YES
Is it OK?

NO

Replace power
switch or resolder.

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Replace all of transistor Q100,


Q101 and Q102 on power
supply block.
Replace DC-DC convertor.

2. Sound heard, but no picture

Check temperature fuse.

YES
Is fuse
blown up?

Replace fuse.

NO
Replace
fluorescent
lamp.

Is a picture
OK?

YES
END

NO

Check poor soldering on


power supply for back light.
Replace Inverter transformer
or transistor(s) on power
supply for back light

3. Picture all green


Replace LCD
unit.

Is a picture
OK?

YES
END

NO
A

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4. No picture and high current consumption.


Burning a transistor(s) on power supply.

Replace DC-DC
convertor

Are picture and


current
consumption
OK?

YES
END

NO

Replace all of transistor


on power supply block.

5. Picture all green and high current consumption.


Burning a transistor(s) on power supply for back light.

Replace inverter
transformer.

Are picture and


current
consumption
OK?

YES
END

NO

Replace all of transistor


on power supply for back
light.
Replace Coil and capacitor
on power supply for back
light.

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6. No sound
Measure the
audio signal.

Does the audio


signal output of
audio amp.?

YES

Check the wire of


speaker.

Replace speaker.

NO

Does the audio


signal appear at
pin 13 of
IC200(AUDIO)?

YES

Check the soldering


around audio amp.

Replace audio amp.

NO
Check the soldering around IC200.
Replace IC200.

7. A certain button does not function

Check the switch.

YES

Is switch
defective?

NO

Check the soldering around


switch.
Check the circuit between
IC700 and switch.
Replace IC700.

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Replace the
switch.

8. Automatic tuning doesn't stop.


Measure the
collector waveform
of IF amp.
20s
Varies between
20 to 50mV
120mV
Figure 1

Is the
waveform like
that shown in
Fig. 1?

YES

NO

Are BM, BV
and BU of
tuner voltage
4 V?

NO

Check the circuit between


switch and tuner.

Replace switch.

YES

Check BS of tuner
voltage in a channel of
L and H of VHF.

Is BS voltage
21V at VHF L
channel?

NO

YES

Is BS voltage
GND level at
VHF H
channel?

NO

Check the voltage at pin


no. 10 (H/L) of MSC1169.

YES

D
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Replace IC200.

YES
Is the waveform at
pin no. 18 of IC200
like that shown in
Fig. 2 when the
indicator passes
the receiving

Is the waveform
at pin 19 and 20
of IC200 like that
shown Fig. 3?

NO

20s

Check the poor

NO

soldering on all
line of IC200 and
MSC1169.
Replace IC200.

20s
Varies between
20 to 50mV

YES
10mV

0.5V
Is AFT (at pin no.
17 of IC200)
voltage 0 to 4V
While Indicator
moves?

Figure 3

Figure 2

NO
Replace IC200.

20s

YES
2V
Figure 4
Is SyOUT (at pin
no. 23 of IC200)
like that shown
Fig. 4?

NO
Replace IC200.

Replace H300.

20s

YES
NO

0.5V
Figure 5
Is the waveform of R,
G and B like that
Fig. 5 when the
indicator passes the
receiving channel ?

NO

Is an AV jack
OK?

YES

Is the
waveform
of H300 like
that shown
Fig. 6?

NO
YES

0.1s

YES

Replace AV jack.

0.2V
Figure 6

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Check the circuit between


IC200 and IC300.
Replace IC300.

C
5s

Check BT of tuner
voltage in a
channel of VHF.

Replace MSC1169.

1V
Figure 7

Is BT voltage
0 to 21V at
VHF channel?

Is the waveform
YES
at pin no. 11(TU)
of MSC1169 like
that shown in Fig.7?

NO

YES

YES

Does 4V appear
at pin no. 9 (H/L) of
MSC1169 at
UHF?

NO
NO

Is the tuner
voltage AGC
1.0 to 1.2V?

NO
Replace IC200.

YES
Check the circuit
between MSC1169
and IC700.
Replace IC700.
Replace tuner.

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. Check the circuit between


switch and MSC1169.
Replace Switch.

IS H/L 4V
at VHF L channel?

YES

NO

IS H/L voltage
GND level at
VHF H channel?

YES

Replace MSC1169.

YES
NO
NO
Check the circuit between
MSC1169 andIC700.
Replace IC700.

Do C-S, AFT
and R-G-B
pulse appear
on IC700?

YES
Check the circuit
between IC300 and
IC700.

NO

50ns

5V
Figure 8

Check the poor


soldering on
OSC b lock.
Replace IC700.

Is the waveform
at pin no. 17 of
IC700 (OSC) like
that shown in
Fig. 8?

YES

Replace LCD unit.

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Trouble example

TV-7
Symptoms
No picture

No sound
No tuning

Causes
FL replaced
Temperature fuse replaced
Power switch replaced
Fuse replaced
Battery replaced
Battery replaced
Battery replaced
Defective speaker

TV-100
Symptoms

Causes
FL replaced
LCD replaced
DC jack replaced
Fuse replaced
Poor soldering
No sound
Battery replaced
Speaker replaced
Poor soldering on IC
Bright volume doesn't work
Defective R825
Picture all green
Short circuit joint on lead of capacitor C105
Indicator does not stop
Poor soldering joint on lead of capacitor C303
Poor soldering joint on terminal pin 17 of IC700
Broken resistor R703
Defective capacitor C205 & C808
Defective F200
No tuning when the RF signal is Defective IC200
under 55dB
Tuning is OK, but erratic display Defective capacitor C205 & C808
Indicator does not stop
Defective capacitor C205 & C808
when the RF signal is strong
No picture

TV-160
Symptoms
No picture

No sound
Indicator does not stop
Specific channel does
not receive

Poor reception or
picture dark

Causes
Fuse replaced
Battery replaced
LCD replaced
Speaker replaced
Battery replaced
LCD replaced
Speaker replaced
LCD replaced
Speaker replaced
LCD replaced
FL replaced

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SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM & WAVEFORMS


NTSC

AV Jack

IC200
Video DET., Sound DET., FM DET., AGC, AFT and Mute
4

Antenna

4.5MHz

TUNER

AFT

LLD

BU

FM detection
2

4.5MHz
Speaker

EXT
Jack

UHF input
circuit

UHF RF
Amp.

UHF local
oscillator

UHF tuning
circuit

SYNC.
SEP
1

UHF mixing
circuit

ANT
VHF RF
Amp.

VHF input
circuit

VHF tuning
circuit

IF Amp.

VHF mixing
circuit

AFT

1 SAW filter
2

VIDEO
DET.

F200

Earphoen
Jack

VIDEO
AMP.

BUFFER

2nd
AMP.

BS(0/20V)

Power
switch

Amp.

ATT

IF AGC
DET.

IF output

BT(0 21V)

VHF local
oscillator

FM
DET.

RF AGC
(Forward)

1st
AMP.

LIMITER

BV
VCC2
BU(4V)

SIF filter
4.5MHz

AGC 1.0 3.0V

BV(4V)
OUT
IC400
Tuning voltage generator

IN

AMP.
S3

IC700 OSC, A-D converter, Display control Auto-Tuning control


S8

S2
S1

BT
VSS2

S7

AMP.

TE1

TE2 TE4 TE6


TE3 TE5 M6 M5 M4 M3 M2 M1

AFT

3V
Key
switch
control

S6

S4

CODE
CONV.
U/V

TU SW ON
L
S7
H
S8

U/V H/L SW ON
L L S2, S5
L H S3, S6
H L S1, S4
H H S1, S4

S5

Current
Source

BS
GEN.
H/L

Frequency
divider
Channel bar
control

TU Vref

UHF

Mute
control

Sweep
control

Frequency
separator

Pulse width
modulation D/A

ACC

TINT

CIN

10

Power
Jack

C-SY

MATRIX
(CONTRAST)

ACC
Color
R-Y
DET.

B-Y
DET.

G-Y
DET.

TINT

Vertical
positioning
control

VXOUT
7

PIX

X'tal VXOF Killer F KO

YIN

SCB
CNB
SNB

CDB

Frequency
divider

Oscillator

HDB
STB

CK1

OSC1
OSC2

CK2

S1

VC
4V

Cont OUT

CK1 CK2 STB SNB

D4 D5D6

CLAMP

PIX Cont

Horizontal
positioning
control

PD
VDD1

IC702
D1D2 D3

BURST
GATE

KILLER

C-S

Phase
comparator
Data Output

GATE
GEN.
VCO

TU

Mode
control

Batteries
APC

VLB

11

IC300
Croma circuit
FSC APC

MTB

Synchronism
judgment

Tuning voltage
Up/Down counter

12
Power supply
circuit

Fuse

AVB

A/D

Vref
GEN.
BS

AFT
control

Mode control

Test control

KDB
KCB

BGPW
CFB

-29-

S359

C1

CDB
CFB
CNB

D1~D3

LCD
C110

IC703

S2

S360

CK1 CK2 STB SNB D4~D6

IC701

AV Jack

PAL
Antenna

IC200

TUNER

SYIN AFT
IF AGC SYOUT
ADJ

BU
EXT
Jack

UHF input
circuit

UHF RF
Amp.

UHF local
oscillator

UHF tuning
circuit

ANT
VHF RF
Amp.

VHF input
circuit

VHF tuning
circuit

IF Amp.

VHF mixing
circuit

RF AGC
(Forward)

VHF L
20V
VHF H, UHF 0V

VCC2
BU(4V)

Earphoen
Jack

ATT

BUFFER

2nd
AMP.

BT(0 21V)

IF AGC RF AGC
IN

IF AGC
OUT

AUDIO
Amp.

VIDEO
AMP.

IF AGC
DET.

BV

FM
DET.

VIDEO
DET.

F200

IF output

VHF local
oscillator

FM detection
FMD ATT

SIF OUT

AFT

1 SAW filter

Ceramic discriminator

Speaker

BS(0/20V)

Power
switch

AFT
VIDEO

LLD
LLD 2

SYNC.
SEP

UHF mixing
circuit

4.5, 5.5, 6.0 or 6.5MHz

4.5, 5.5, 6.0 or 6.5MHz


SIF trap
3
AFTC

1st
AMP.

LIMITER
SIF IN

IF IN

IF IN

SIF filter
4.5, 5.5, 6.0 or 6.5MHz

AGC 1.0 3.0V

BV(4V)

IC400

OUT

IN

AMP.
S3

IC700
S8

S2
S1

BT

VSS2

S7

AMP.

TE2 TE4 TE6


TE1 TE3 TE5 M6 M5 M4 M3 M2 M1

AFT

3V
Key
switch
control

S6

S4

CODE
CONV.
U/V
Power supply
circuit

Fuse

TU SW ON
L
S7
H
S8

U/V H/L SW ON
L L S2, S5
L H S3, S6
H L S1, S4
H H S1, S4

S5

Current
Source

BS
GEN.

H/L

Frequency
divider
Channel bar
control

TU Vref

VHF L
0V
VHF H, UHF 20V 12

4.43MHz Chroma
trap
IC300
YIN
8
PIX
IDF KIL.O KIL.F

Power
Jack

KILLER

11
CIN
COLOR

PIX
CTRL

Y-OUT

SYNC
SEP.
G
G-OUT

R
R-OUT

CONT
B OUT HD C-SY CONT

B-OUT

PIX

CLAMP

CHROMA
OUT
PAL-SW

ACC

ACC
DET.

Synchronism
judgment

Tuning voltage
Up/Down counter

Frequency
separator

Vertical
positioning
control

Horizontal
positioning
control

Frequency
divider

B-Y
(S)

R-Y
DEM

BGP

CDB

SCB
CNB
SNB STB

HDB

CK1

C CR-Y
(S) (R-Y) OUT

VCO

C-S
PD
VDD1
Oscillator

S1

VC

CFB
APC ACC BCC

OSC1
OSC2

CK1 CK2 STB SNB

D4 D5D6

APC

C VXOF X'TAL VXO FSC


(B-Y)
OUT
7

TU

CK2

90
B-Y
DEM

VLB

IC702
D1D2 D3

4V
PAL/
SECAM SW

MTB

Phase
comparator

Data Output
CONT
RASR
CTRL

CW
INV.

Batteries

Mute
control

Sweep
control

Mode
control

F/F

G MATRIX R MATRIX B MATRIX

IDENT

UHF

Pulse width
modulation D/A
10

AVB

A/D

Vref
GEN.
BS

AFT
control

Mode control

Test control

KDB
KCB

BGPW
9

-30-

S359

C1

CDB
CFB
CNB

D1~D3

LCD
C110

IC703

S2

S360

CK1 CK2 STB SNB D4~D6

IC701

Antenna

TUNER

SECAM

BU

EXT
Jack

3
AFTC
SYIN AFT LLD
LLD 2
IF AGC SYOUT
ADJ

IC200

UHF input
circuit

UHF RF
Amp.

UHF local
oscillator

UHF tuning
circuit

ANT
VHF RF
Amp.

VHF input
circuit

1 SAW filter

Power
switch

IF AGC
OUT

BV
VCC2
BU(4V)

FM
DET.

Amp.
6

Speaker

VIDEO
AMP.

BUFFER

2nd
AMP.
RF AGC
(Forward)

VHF L
20V
VHF H, UHF 0V

1st
AMP.

Earphoen
Jack

LIMITER
SIF IN

IF IN

IF IN

IF AGC RF AGC
IN

AUDIO

ATT

BS(0/20V)
BT(0 21V)

AV Jack

FM detection
FMD ATT

SIF OUT

AFT

IF AGC
DET.

IF output

VHF local
oscillator

Ceramic discriminator

VIDEO
DET.

F200

IF Amp.

VHF mixing
circuit

VHF tuning
circuit

AFT
VIDEO

SYNC.
SEP

UHF mixing
circuit

5.5 or 6.5MHz

5.5 or 6.5MHz
SIF trap

SIF filter

AGC 1.0 3.0V

5.5 or 6.5MHz

BV(4V)

IC500

OUT

IN

AMP.
S3

IC700
S8

S2
S1

BT

VSS2

S7

AMP.

TE2 TE4 TE6


TE1 TE3 TE5 M6 M5 M4 M3 M2 M1

AFT

3V
Key
switch
control

S6
S5
S4

Power supply
circuit

TU SW ON
L
S7
H
S8

U/V H/L SW ON
L L S2, S5
L H S3, S6
H L S1, S4
H H S1, S4

CODE
CONV.

Current
Source

BS
GEN.

U/V

Power
Jack

H/L

Frequency
divider
Channel bar
control

TU Vref

BS

VHF L
0V
VHF H, UHF 20V 12

4.43MHz

Chroma
trap
11
CIN
COLOR

8 YIN
PIX
IDF KIL.O KIL.F

IC300 (PAL)
Batteries

KILLER

PIX
CTRL

SYNC
SEP.
G

G-OUT

Y-OUT

PIX

R-OUT

B-OUT

Synchronism
judgment

Tuning voltage
Up/Down counter

CONT
RASR
CTRL

CHROMA
OUT

ACC

Vertical
positioning
control

Data Output

CLAMP

ACC
DET.

Frequency
separator

Horizontal
positioning
control

Frequency
divider

B-Y
(S)

R-Y
(S)

R-Y
DEM

BGP

CDB

SCB
CNB
SNB STB

HDB

CK1

C C(R-Y) OUT

VCO

Bell filter
4.28MHz

CFB

Quadrature
coil 4.25MHz

BGPW
9

HD

BP2

SECAM
CIN

BP1

ID

BLK

DF3 B-Y

DF4

KIL.O

IC400(SECAM)
4.25MHz
B-Y Det
Limiter

ID

B.G.P.

FF
SECAM
SW

Delay

Cleaning

R-Y Det
4.406MHz

Gate

Killer

SW

One delay
line
BGPW C-OUT

PD
VDD1
Oscillator

C-SY

OSC1
OSC2

CK1 CK2 STB SNB


S1

VC

APC ACC BCC

PAL CIN

C-S

D4 D5D6

APC

C VXOF X'TAL VXO FSC


(B-Y)
OUT
7

TU

CK2

90
B-Y
DEM

VLB

IC702
D1D2 D3

4V
PAL/
SECAM SW

MTB

Phase
comparator

F/F

CW
INV.

PAL-SW

Mute
control

Sweep
control

Mode
control

CONT
B OUT HD C-SY CONT

G MATRIX R MATRIX B MATRIX

IDENT

UHF

Pulse width
modulation D/A
10

AVB

A/D

Vref
GEN.

Fuse

AFT
control

Mode control

Test control

KDB
KCB

DL CIN

DL CIN

COLOR DF1 Quadrature DF2


coil 4.4MHz

R-Y

KIL.F

-31-

S359

C1

CDB
CFB
CNB

D1~D3

LCD
C110

IC703

S2

S360

CK1 CK2 STB SNB D4~D6

IC701

Waveforms
1

20s

0.5V

120mV

20s

10mV

20s

0.2V

20s

2V

20s

20s

0.5V

0.1s

0.2V

0.1V

-32-

20s

Waveforms
9

20s

10

2V

11

20s

0.5V

20s

12

50mV

1V

-33-

5s

CASIO COMPUTER CO., LTD.


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