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S/M No.

:TCN001MEF0

Service Manual
Color Television
CHASSIS : CN-001M

Model
DTQ-14P2/P3FCM
DTQ-14P2/V1FCWM/P2SCM
DTQ-14V1/V5FCM/V1/V4SCM
DTQ-14V5FCNM/15U5SCM U.S.A
DTQ-14V6FCBM/FCPM/FBBM/FPPM CANADA
DTQ-14J4FCGM/FCCM (AC120V)
DTQ-20V1/V4/V5FCM
DTQ-20V1/V4SCM
DTQ-20P2/P3FCM/P2SCM
DTQ-14V6NBM/NPM
DTQ-14V1/V3/V5FSM
DTQ-14V1/V3/V4/V5/V8/V9SSM
Middle America
DTQ-14U1FSM/SSM/20U1FSM/SSM
(AC 110V)
DTQ-20P2SSM/15U5FSM
DTQ-20V1/V3/V4FSM
DTQ-20V1/V3/V4/V8/V9SSM
DTQ-14V1/V4/V5FSPM
DTQ-14V1/V4/V5/U1SSPM
DTQ-14V6NBPM/NPPM Chile, Peru, Philippines
DTQ-20V1/V4FSPM (AC220V)
DTQ-20V1/V3/V4/U1SSPM
DTQ-15U5SSPM
DTQ-14V1/V4SSFM Dominica
DTQ-20V1/V4SSFM (AC60~180)
DTQ-14V4/20V4FCFM Korea, USA, Japen(AC90~250V)

DAEWOO ELECTRONICS CO., LTD


http : //svc.dwe.co.kr May. 2002
TABLE OF CONTENTS

SAFETY PRECAUTIONS .................................................................................................................... 2


PRODUCT SAFTY SERVICING GUIDELINES FOR AUDIO - VIDEO PRODUCS......................................... 2
PRODUCT SAFTY SERVICING GUIDELINES FOR COLOR TELEVISION RECEIVERS ............................. 3
SPECIFICATIONS ............................................................................................................................... 5
BLOCK DIAGRAM .............................................................................................................................. 6
ALIGNMENT INSTRUCTIONS ............................................................................................................ 7
SERVICE MODE ADJUSTMENTS .................................................................................................................. 7
ASSEMBLY ADJUSTMENTS .......................................................................................................................... 8
PARENTAL CONTROL PASSWORD SETTINGS...........................................................................................12
VOLTAGE CHART ..............................................................................................................................13
WAVEFORMS......................................................................................................................................16
SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM......................................................................................................................19
EXPLODED VIEW ...............................................................................................................................20
ELECTRICAL PARTS LIST.................................................................................................................28

APPENDIX (Appendix is provide only by internet [http://svc.dwe.co.kr])

IC DESCRIPTION ................................................................................................................................ 1
TROUBLE SHOOTING CHARTS........................................................................................................ 8
NO POWER ..................................................................................................................................................... 8
NO PICTURE ................................................................................................................................................... 9
NO SOUND...................................................................................................................................................... 10
CH DONT MEMORY or CH SKIP ................................................................................................................. 11
NO COLOR ...................................................................................................................................................... 12
NO VERTICAL DEFLECTION ......................................................................................................................... 12
NO ON-SCREEN DISPLY ............................................................................................................................... 13
REMOTE CONTROL DOES NOT OPERATE ................................................................................................. 13

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PRODUCT SAFETY SERVICING GUIDELINES FOR AUDIO - VIDEO PRODUCTS

CAUTION : DO NOT ATTEMPT TO MODIFY THIS PRODUCT IN ANY WAY. SUBJECT : X-RADIATION
NEVER PERFORM CUSTOMIZED INSTALLATIONS WITHOUT MANUFAC-
TURER'S APPROVAL. UNAUTHORIZED MODIFICATIONS WILL NOT ONLY VOID 1. BE SURE PROCEDURES AND INSTRUCTIONS TO ALL SERVICE PERSON-
THE WARRANTY, BUT MAY LEAD TO YOUR BEING LIABLE FOR ANT RESULT- NEL COVER THE SUBJECT OF X-RADIATION. THE ONLY POTENTIAL
ING PROPERTY DAMAGE OR USER INJURY. SOURCE OF X-RAYS IN CURRENT T.V. RECEIVERS IS THE PICTURE TUBE.
SERVICE WORK SHOULD BE PERFORMED ONLY AFTER YOU ARE THOR- HOWEVER, THIS TUBE DOES NOT EMIT X-RAYS WHEN THE HIGH VOLT-
OUGHLY FAMILIAR WITH ALL OF THE FOLLOWING SAFETY CHECKS AND AGE IS AT THE FACTORY SPECIFIED LEVEL. THE PROPER VALUE IS
SERVICING GUIDELINES. TO DO OTHERWISE, INCREASES THE RISK OF GIVEN IN THE APPLICABLE SCHEMATIC. OPERATION AT HIGHER VOLT-
POTENTIAL HAZARDS AND INJURY TO THE USER. AGES MAY CAUSE A FAILURE OF THE PICTURE TUBE OR HIGH VOLTAGE
WHILE SERVICING, USE AN ISOLATION TRANSFORMER FOR PROTECTION
SUPPLY AND UNDER CERTAIN CIRCUMSTANCES, AMY PRODUCE RADIA-
FROM A.C. LINE SHOCK.
TION IN EXCESS OF DESIRABLE LEVELS.
2. ONLY FACTORY SPECIFIED C.R.T ANODE CONNECTORS MUST BE USED.
SAFETY CHECKS
DEGAUSSING SHIELDS ALSO SERVE AS X-RAY SHIELD IN COLOR SETS.
AFTER THE ORIGINAL SERVICE PROBLEM HAS BEEN CORRECTED, A CHECK ALWAYS RE-INSTALL THEM.
SHOULD BE MADE OF THE FOLLOWING: 3. IT IS ESSENTIAL THAT SERVICE PERSONNEL HAVE AVAILABLE AN ACCU-
RATE AND RELIABLE HIGH VOLTAGE METER. THE CALIBRATION OF THE
SUBJECT:FIRE & SHOCK HAZARD METER SHOULD BE CHECKED PERIODICALLY AGAINST A REFERENCE
STANDARD. SUCH AS THE ONE AVAILABLE AT YOUR DISTRIBUTOR.
1. BE SURE THAT ALL COMPONENTS ARE POSITIONED IN SUCH A WAY AS 4. WHEN THE HIGH VOLTAGE CIRCUITRY IS OPERATING PROPERLY THERE
TO AVOID POSSIBILITY OF ADJACENT COMPONENT SHORTS. THIS IS IS NO POSSIBILITY OF AN X-RADIATION PROBLEM. EVERY TIME A COLOR
ESPECIALLY IMPORTANT ON THOSE MODULES WHICH ARE TRANS- CHASSIS IS SERVICED, THE BRIGHTNESS SHOULD BE RUN UP AND
PORTED TO AND FROM THE REPAIR SHOP. DOWN WHILE MONITORING THE HIGH VOLTAGE WITH A METER TO BE
2. NEVER RELEASE A REPAIR UNLESS ALL PROTECTIVE DEVICES SUCH AS CERTAIN THAT THE HIGH VOLTAGE DOES NOT EXCEED THE SPECIFIED
INSULATORS, BARRIERS, COVERS, SHIELDS, STRAIN RELIEFS, POWER VALUE AND THAT IT IS REGULATING CORRECTLY. WE SUGGEST THAT
SUPPLY CORDS, AND OTHER HARDWARE HAVE BEEN REINSTALLED PER YOU AND YOUR SERVICE ORGANIZATION REVIEW TEST PROCEDURES
ORIGINAL DESIGN. BE SURE, THAT THE SAFETY PURPOSE OF THE
SO THAT VOLTAGE REGULATION IS ALWAYS CHECKED AS A STANDARD
POLARIZED LINE PLUG HAS NOT BEEN DEFEATED.
SERVICING PROCEDURE, AND THAT THE HIGH VOLTAGE READING BE
3. SOLDERING MUST BE INSPECTED TO DISCOVER POSSIBLE COLD SOL-
DER JOINTS, SOLDER SPLASHES OF SHARP SOLDER POINTS. BE CER- RECORDED ON EACH CUSTOMERS INVOICE.
TAIN TO REMOVE ALL LOOSE FOREIGN PARTICLES. 5. WHEN TROUBLESHOOTING AND MAKING TEST MEASUREMENTS IN A
4. CHECK FOR PHYSICAL EVIDENCE OF DAMAGE OR DETERIORATION TO PRODUCT WITH A PROBLEM OF EXCESSIVE HIGH VOLTAGE, AVOID
PARTS AND COMPONENTS, FOR FRAYED LEADS, DAMAGED INSULATION BEING UNNECESSARILY CLOSE TO THE PICTURE TUBE AND THE HIGH
(INCLUDING A.C. CORD), AND REPLACE IF NECESSARY. FOLLOW ORIGI- VOLTAGE SUPPLY. DO NOT OPERATE THE PRODUCT LONGER THAN IS
NAL LAYOUT, LEAD LENGTH AND DRESS. NECESSARY TO LOCATE THE CAUSE OF EXCESSIVE VOLTAGE.
5. NO LEAD OR COMPONENT SHOULD TOUCH A RECEIVING TUBE OR A 6. REFER TO HV, B+ AND SHUTDOWN ADJUSTMENT PROCEDURES
RESISTOR RATED AT 1 WATT OR MORE. LEAD TENSION AROUND PRO- DESCRIBED IN THE APPROPRIATE SCHEMATIC AND DIAGRAMS (WHERE
TRUDING METAL SURFACES MUST BE AVOIDED. USED).
6. ALL CRITICAL COMPONENTS SUCH AS FUSES, FLAMEPROOF RESISTOR,
CAPACITORS, ETC. MUST BE REPLACED WITH EXACT FACTORY TYPES. SUBJECT : IMPLOSION
DO NOT USE REPLACEMENT COMPONENTS OTHER THAN THOSE SPECI-
FIED OR MAKE UNRECOMMENDED CIRCUIT MODIFICATIONS. 1. ALL DIRECT VIEWED PICTURE TUBES ARE EQUIPPED WITH AN INTEGRA
7. AFTER RE-ASSEMBLY OF THE STE ALWAYS PERFORM AN A.C. LEAKAGE IMPLOSION PROTECTION SYSTEM. BUT CARE SHOULD BE TAKEN TO
TEST ON ALL EXPOSED METALLIC PARTS OF THE CABINET. (THE CHAN-
AVOID DAMAGE DURING INSTALLATION. AVOID SCRATCHING THE
NEL SELECTOR KNOB, ANTENNA TERMINALS, HANDLE AND SCREWS) TO
TUBE. OF SCRATCHED REPLACE IT.
BE SURE THE SET IS SAFE TO OPERATE WITHOUT DANGER OF ELECTRI-
CAL SHOCK. DO NOT USE A LINE ISOLATION TRANSFORMER DURING 2. USE ONLY RECOMMENDED FACTORY REPLACEMENT TUBES.
THIS TEST USE AN A.C. VOLTMETER, HAVING 5000 OHMS PER VOLT OR
MORE SENSITIVITY, IN THE FOLLOWING MANNER : CONNECT A 1500 OHM SUBJECT : TIPS ON PROPER INSTALLATION
10 WATT RESISTOR, PARALLELED BY A .15 MFD. 150V A.C. TYPE CAPACI-
TOR BETWEEN A KNOWN GOOD EARTH GROUND (WATER POPE, CON- 1. NEVER INSTALL ANY PRODUCT IN A CLOSED-IN RECESS, CUBBYHOLE OR
DUIT, ETC.) AND THE EXPOSED METALLIC PARTS, ONE AT A TIME. CLOSELY FITTING SHELF SPACE, OVER OR CLOSE TO HEAT DUCT, OR IN
MEASURE THE A.C. VOLTAGE ACROSS THE COMBINATION OF 1500 OHM THE PATH OF HEATED AIR FLOW.
RESISTOR AND .15 MFD CAPACITOR. REVERSE THE A.C. PLUG AND 2. AVOID CONDITIONS OF HIGH HUMIDITY SUCH AS: OUTDOOR PATIO
REPEAT A.C. VOLTAGE MEASUREMENTS FOR EACH EXPOSED METALLIC INSTALLATIONS WHERE DEW IS A FACTOR, NEAR STEAM RADIATORS
PART. VOLTAGE MEASURED MUST NOT EXCEED .75 VOLTS R.M.S THIS WHERE STEAM LEAKAGE IS A FACTOR, ETC.
CORRESPONDS TO 0.5 MILLIAMP A.C. NAY VALUE EXCEEDING THIS LIMIT 3. AVOID PLACEMENT WHERE DRAPERIES MAY OBSTRUCT REAR VENTING.
CONSTITUTES A POTENTIAL SHOCK HAZARD AND MUST BE CORRECTED THE CUSTOMER SHOULD ALSO AVOID THE USE OF DECORATIVE
IMMEDIATELY. SCARVES OR OTHER COVERINGS WHICH MIGHT OBSTRUCT VENTILA-
TION.
A.C. VOLTMETER 4. WALL AND SHELF MOUNTED INSTALLATIONS USING A COMMERCIAL
MOUNTING KIT, MUST FOLLOW THE FACTORY APPROVED MOUNTING
INSTRUCTIONS. A PRODUCT MOUNTED TO A SHELF OR PLATFORM MUST
RETAIN ITS ORIGINAL FEET (OR THE EQUIVALENT THICKNESS IN SPAC-
ERS)TO PROVIDE ADEQUATE AIR FLOW ACROSS THE BOTTOM, BOLTS
OR SCREWS USED FOR FASTENERS MUST NOT TOUCH ANY PARTS OR
0.15 uF WIRING. PERFORM LEAKAGE TEST ON CUSTOMIZED INSTALLATIONS.
GOOD EARTH GROUND PLACE THIS PROBE
5. CAUTION CUSTOMERS AGAINST THE MOUNTING OF A PRODUCT ON
1500 OHM
SUCH AS THE WATER ON EACH EXPOSED SLOPING SHELF OR A TILTED POSITION, UNLESS THE PRODUCT IS
PIPE, CONDUIT, ETC.
10WATT METAL PART PROPERLY SECURED.
6. A PRODUCT ON A ROLL-ABOUT CART SHOULD BE STABLE ON ITS MOUNT-
SUBJECT : GRAPHIC SYMBOLS ING TO THE CART. CAUTION THE CUSTOMER ON THE HAZARDS OF TRY-
ING TO ROLL A CART WITH SMALL CASTERS ACROSS THRESHOLDS OR
THE LIGHTNING FLASH WITH ARROWHEAD SYMBOL, DEEP PILE CARPETS.
WITHIN AN EQUILATERAL TRIANGLE, IS INTENDED 7. CAUTION CUSTOMERS AGAINST THE USE OF A CART OR STAND WHICH
TO ALERT THE SERVICE PERSONNEL TO THE PRES- HAS NOT BEEN LISTED BY UNDERWRITERS LABORATORIES. INC. FOR
ENCE OF UNINSULATED DANGEROUS VOLTAGE
USE WITH THEIR SPECIFIC MODEL OF TELEVISION RECEIVER OR
THAT MAY BE OF SUFFICIENT MAGNITUDE TO CON-
GENERICALLY APPROVED FOR USE WITH T.V.S OF THE SAME OR
STITUTE A RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK.
LARGER SCREEN SIZE.
THE EXCLAMATION POINT WITHIN AN EQUILATERAL 8. CAUTION CUSTOMERS AGAINST THE USE OF EXTENSION CORDS,
TRIANGLE IS INTENDED TO ALERT THE SERVICE EXPLAIN THAT A FOREST OF EXTENSIONS SPROUTING FROM A SINGLE
PERSONNEL TO THE PRESENCE OF IMPORTANT OUTLET CAN LEAD TO DISASTROUS CONSEQUENCES TO HOME AND
SAFETY INFORMATION ON SERVICE LITERATURE. FAMILY.

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PRODUCT SAFETY SERVICING GUIDELINES FOR COLOR TELEVISION RECEIVERS

CAUTION : Do not attempt to modify this product in any way. Unau- GRAPHIC SYMBOLS :
thorized modifications will not only void the warranty, but may lead to
your being liable for any resulting property damage or user injury. The lightning flash with arrowhead symbol,
Service work should be performed only after you are thoroughly within an equilateral triangle, is intended to alert
familiar with all of the following safety checks and servicing guide- the service personnel to the presence of uninsu-
lines. To do otherwise, increases the risk of potential hazards and lated dangerous voltage that may be of suffi-
injury to the user. cienty magnitude to constitute a risk of electric
shock.
SAFETY CHECKS
The exclamation point within an equilateral tri-
After the original service problem has been corrected, a check should angle is intended to alert the service personnel
be made of the following: to the presence of important safety information
in service literature.
SUBJECT : FIRE & SHOCK HAZARD
Fuse symbol is printed on pcb adjacent to the
1. Be sure that all components are positioned in such a way as to fuse, with RISK OF FIRE REPLACE FUSE AS
avoid possibility of adjacent component shorts. This is especially MARKED. The symbol is explained in the ser-
important on those chassis which are transported to and from the vice manual with the following wording or equiv-
repair shop. alent.
2. Never release a repair unless all protective devices such as insula-
tors, barriers, covers, shields, strain reliefs, and other hardware CAUTION : FOR CONTINUED PROTECTION AGAINST FIRE
have been reinstalled per original design. HAZARD, REPLACE ONLY WITH SAME TYPE (4A, 125V) and
3. Soldering must be inspected to discover possible cold solder joints, ATTENTION: AFIN DASSU UNE PROTECTION PERMANENTE
frayed leads, damaged insulation (including A.C. cord), solder CONTRE LES RISQUES DINCENDIE, REMPLACER UNIQUE-
splashes or sharp solder points. Be certain to remove all loose for- MENT PAR UN FUSIBLE DE MEME TYPE ET DE 4A, 125V.
eign particals.
4. Check for physical evidence of damage or deterioration to parts SUBJECT : X-RADIATION
and components, and replace if necessary follow original layout,
lead length and dress. 1. Be sure procedures and instructions to all service personnel cover
5. No leads or components should touch a receiving tube or a resistor the subject of X-rays in current T.V. receivers is the picture tube.
rated at 1 watt or more. Lead tension around protruding metal sur- However, this tube does not emit X-rays when the high voltage is
faces must be avoided. at the factory specified level. The proper value is given in the appli-
6. All critical components such as fuses, flameproof resistors, capaci- cable schematic. Operation at higher voltages may cause a failure
tors, etc. must be replaced with exact factory types. Do not use of the picture tube or high voltage supply and, under certain cir-
replacement components other than those specified or make cumstances, may produce radiation in excess of desirable levels.
unrecommended circuit modifications. 2. Only factory specified C.R.T. anode connectors must be used.
7. After re-assembly of the set always perform an A.C. leakage test Degaussing shields also serve as X-ray shield in color sets.
on all exposed metallic parts of the cabinet, (the channel selector Always re-install them.
knob, antenna terminals, handle and screws) to be sure the set is 3. It is essential that the serviceman has available an accurate and
safe to operate without danger of electrical shock. Do not use a reliable high voltage meter. The calibration of the meter should be
line isolation transformer during this test. Use an A.C. voltmeter, checked perio - dically against a reference standard. Such as the
having 5000 ohms per volt or more sensitivity, in the following one available at your distributor.
manner : connect a 1500 ohm 10 watt resistor, paralleled by a 15 4. When the high voltage circuitry is operating properly there is no
mfd. 150V A.C. type capacitor between a known good earth possibility of an X-radiation problem. Every time a color chassis is
ground (9water pipe, conduit, etc.) and the exposed metallic parts, serviced, the brightness should be run up and down while monitor-
one at a time. Measure the A.C. voltage across the combination of ing the high voltage with a meter to be certain that the high voltage
1500 ohm resistor and 0.15 MFD capacitor. Reverse the A.C. plug does not exceed the specified value and that it is regulating cor-
and repeat A.C. voltage measurements for each exposed metallic rectly. We suggest that you and your service organization review
part. Voltage measured must not exceed 0.75 volts R.M.S. This test procedures so that voltage regulation is always checked as a
corresponds to 0.5 milliamp A.C. Any value exceeding this limit standard servicing procedure. And that the high voltage reading be
constitutes a potential shock hazard and must be corrected imme- recorded on each customers invoice.
diately. 5. When troubleshooting and making test measurements in a receiver
with a problem of excessive high voltage, avoid being unnecessarily
close to the picture tub eand the high voltage compartment.
A.C. VOLTMETER
Do not operate the chassis longer than is necessary to locate the
cause of excessive voltage.
6. Refer to HV, B+and Shutdown adjustment procedures described in
the appropriate schematic and diagrams(where used).

0.15 uF
Good earth ground,
such as the water
1500 OHM Place this probe
pipe, conduit, etc.
on each exposed
10WATT metal part.

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SUBJECT : IMPLOSION 4. Wall and shelf mounted installations using a commercial mounting
kit, must follow the factory approved mounting instructions. A
1. All direct viewed picture tubes are equipped with an integral implo- receiver mounted to a shelf or platform must retain its original
sion protection system, but care should be taken to avoid damage feet(or the equivalent thickness in spacers) to provide adequate
during installation. Avoid scratching the tube. If scratched, replace are flow across the bottom, bolts or screws used for fasteners
it. must not touch and parts or wiring. Perform leakage test on cus-
2. Use only recommended factory replacement tubes. tomized installations.
5. Caution customers against the mounting of a receiver on sloping
SUBJECT : TIPS ON PROPER INSTALLATION shelf or a tilted position, unless the receiver is properly secured.
6. A receiver on a roll-about cart should be stable on its mounting to
1. Never install any receiver in closed-in recess, cubbyhole or closely the cart. Caution the customer on the hazards of trying to roll a cart
fitting shelf space over, or close to heat duct, or in the path of with small casters across thresholds or deep pile carpets.
heated air flow. 7. Caution customers against the use of a cart or stand which has not
2. Avoid conditions of high humidity such as : Outdoor patio installa- been listed by underwriters laboratories, inc. For use with their
tions where dew is a factor. Near steam radiators where steam specific model of television receiver or generically approved for
leakage is a factor, etc. use with T.V.s of the same or larger screen size.
3. Avoid placement where draperies may obstruct rear venting. The
customer should also avoid the use of decorative scarves or other
coverings which might obstruct ventilation.

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SPECIFICATIONS

DTQ-14P2/P3FCM
DTQ-14P2/V1FCWM/P2SCM
MODEL DTQ-14V1/V5FCM/V1/V4SCM
DTQ-14V5FCNM/15U5SCM
DTQ-14V6FCBM/FCPM/FBBM/FPPM
DTQ-14J4FCGM/FCCM
ITEMS DTQ-20V1/V4/V5FCM DTQ-14V1/V4/V5FSPM DTQ-20V1/V4FSPM DTQ-14V1/V4SSFM
DTQ-20V1/V4SCM
DTQ-20P2/P3FCM/P2SCM DTQ-14V1/V4/V5/U1SSPM DTQ-20V1/V3/V4/U1SSPM DTQ-20V1/V4SSFM REMARKS
DTQ-14V6NBPM/NPPM DTQ-15U5SSPM DTQ-14V4/20V4FCFM
DTQ-14V6NBM/NPM
DTQ-14V1/V3/V5FSM
DTQ-14V1/V3/V4/V5/V8/V9SSM
DTQ-14U1FSM/SSM/20U1FSM/SSM
DTQ-20P2SSM/15U5FSM
DTQ-20V1/V3/V4FSM
DTQ-20V1/V3/V4/V8/V9SSM

TV STANDARD NTSC-M
POWER INPUT AC60-180V(SSFM Series)
AC 120V 60 Hz AC 220V 50/60 Hz
AC90-250V(FCFM Series)
14 = 55W
POWER CONSUMPTION
20 = 68W
TUNING SYSTEM Frequency Synthesizer ( FS ) Tuning System
VHF : 2 ~ 13 (12)
TUNING RANGES UHF : 14 ~ 69 (56)
CATV : 1 ~ 125 (125)
SOUND OUTPUT 1.3 W (14/20U1 Series/20V8 Series 1.3W + 1.3W)
SPEAKER 3 W 8 ohm
ANTENNA INPUT
75 ohm Unbalanced
IMPEDANCE
Front : Video, Audio
AUXILIARY
Rear : Video, Audio
INPUT TERMINAL
"P" Series Without Video, Audio
Picture IF Carrier Frequency : 45.75 MHz
INTERMEDIATE
Sound IF Carrier Frequency : 41.25 MHz
FREQUENCIES
Color Sub-Carrier Frequency : 3.579545 MHz
REMOTE CONTROL R-43A08
3-Language OSD
With CAPTION
SPECIAL FUNCTIONS Wake-up On/Off Time
Sleep Timer
Power Restore

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BLOCK DIAGRAM

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A.MUTE(H)

LA78041
#2
D881~
D884

I805/I806
MR2520 Coupler
ALIGNMENT INSTRUCTIONS
1. SERVICE MODE ADJUSTMENTS
Follow the steps below whenever service adjustment is required. See Table- A and Table- B to determine if
service adjustments are required.

1) How to enter the service mode using the user remote control.
Turn the set on.
Direct the remote control to the reception window of TV.
Push buttons of remote control in sequence as follows.
1 MUTE DISPLAY MUTE
Then, the screen will appear as follows.

S2 SCRN
S5 IFC
S6 GEO
S8 W/B
S9 DP
S12 FACT
S7 PTRN NORMAL

Using the channel up or channel down button, select the item you wish to adjust.
(The color of selected item turns into the red.)
Press the volume up or down button to enter in the service mode you wish to adjust.

2) How to memorize the adjusted values in the service mode.


Must press DISPLAY button the state which the screen is displaying each of service menus
after all adjustments are completed each of all service menu.

Table-A : Adjust the values of service mode when a part is replaced.

PART ADJUSTMENT
NOTES
REPLACED NECESSARY UNNECESSARY
I701 Data is stored in I703.
O
(U-COM)
I101
O
(MAIN)
Initial setting values are written from I701.
Adjusting Items

S5 RFAGCD
I703 O
(EEPROM) S6 H.PHASE/V.POSI/V.SIZE
S8 RD/BD/RB/GB/BB
S9 Subbrightness

CRT O Adjust items related to picture tube only.(White Balance adjustment)

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ALIGNMENT INSTRUCTIONS

Table-B
DATA
MODE ADJUSTMENT ITEMS REMARKS
INITIAL RANGE
S2 Screen Adjustment - -
Auto RF AGC - -
Video Level (VIDEOL) 7 0~7 Must be set to 7
RF AGC Delay (RFAGCD) * 0 ~ 63 Align RF AGC threshold
S5
FM Level (FM.LEV) 8 0 ~ 31 Must be set to 30
AGC Point 3.75 - Select AGC reference voltage
A/D VALUE - -
Horizontal Phase(H.PHASE) * 0 ~ 31 Align sync to flyback pulse, using internal cross pattern(S7)
Vertical Position (V.POSI) * 0 ~ 63 Align vertical DC bias, using internal cross pattern(S7)
Vertical Size (V.SIZE) * 0 ~ 127 Align vertical amplitude, using internal cross pattern(S7)
S6
NO SD POWER OFF YES - Automatically turn off in 15min for no received signal.
Vertical S-Correction (V SC) 0 0 ~ 31 Must be set to 7
Vertical Linearity (V LIN) 18 0 ~ 31 Must be set to 18
Internal Black - - Display internal BLACK pattern
Internal 100% White - - Display internal 100% WHITE
S7
Internal 60% White - - Display internal 60% WHITE
Internal Cross Pattern - - Display internal CROSS pattern
Red Drive (RD) * 0 ~ 127 Align RED OUT AC level
Green Drive (GD) 10 0 ~ 15 Must be set to 10
Blue Drive (BD) * 0 ~ 127 Align BLUE OUT AC level
S8
Red Bias (RB) * 0 ~ 255 Align RED OUT DC level
Green Bias (GB) * 0 ~ 255 Align GREEN OUT DC level
Blue Bias (BB) * 0 ~ 255 Align BLUE OUT DC level
Subbrightness * 0 ~ 127 Align common RGB DC level
Contrast 10 0 ~ 27 Must be set to 20
S9
Tint 27 0 ~ 77 Must be set to 32
Color 15 0 ~ 47 Must be set to 32
Sharp 30 0 ~ 30 Must be set to 20
RGDEF 1 0,1
BGSLC 3 0~3
HBR 1 0~7
HBL 6 0~7

S11 GYAng 1 0,1


CkOPE 1 0~7
WPL 0 0,1
PREADJ 0 0~3
Dcrest 3 0~3
BLKSTR 3 0~3
BLKGAN 3 0~3
Hout On 3 0~31
Hout of 3 0~31
S12 Forwarding Mode - Factory Initialization

* indicates the items with different settings each of sets


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ALIGNMENT INSTRUCTIONS

2. ASSEMBLY ADJUSTMENTS
1) SCREEN ADJUSTMENT (S2)
Enter the service mode and select service adjustment S2.
You cna see the one horizontal line on the screen.
Adjust the Screen Control Volume (located on FBT) so that the horizontal line onscreen may be
disappeared.
Press the volume up or down button to exit in the screen adjustment mode.

NOTE
IN THE SCREEN ADJUSTMENT MODE, DONT PRESS OTHER BUTTONS EXCEPT VOLUME UP OR DOWN BUTTON.

2) FOCUS ADJUSTMENT
Turn in a local station and adjust the Focus Control knob (located on FBT) for best picture
details at high light condition.

3) RF AGC DELAY ADJUSTMENT (S5)


Receive a good local channel.
Enter the service mode and select service adjustment S5.
You can see the OSD as shown in below.

IF CONTROL
AUTO RFAGC START
VIDEOL 7
RFAGCD 10
FM.LEV 30
AGC POINT 3.75

MOVE ADJUST RECALL : SET

Select RFAGCD item, press the volume up or down button until noise or beat in picture disappears.
Press the DISPLAY button to memorize the data.

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ALIGNMENT INSTRUCTIONS

4) GEOMETRIC ADJUSTMENTS (S6)


Enter the service mode and select service adjustment S7.
Whenever you select the S7 using the volume up or down button, the screen is changing like this.

NORMAL BLACK WHITE100 WHITE60 CROSS

Using the volume up or down button, select internal cross pattern.


Select service adjustment S6
You can see the OSD as shown in below.

GEOMETRY
H. PHASE 17
V. POSI 29
V. SIZE 80
NO SD POWER OFF YES
V SC 7
V LIN 18

MOVE ADJUST RECALL : SET

4-1. Horizontal Position Adjustment


Select H.PHASE item, adjust H.PHASE data value to obtain proper horizontal centering of the
internal cross pattern at the left and right of the screen.

4-2. Vertical Position Adjustment


Select V.POSI item, adjust V.POSI data value to center the raster properly on thescreen.

4-3. Vertical Size Adjustment


Select V.SIZE item, adjust V.SIZE data value to proper vertical size as follows.

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ALIGNMENT INSTRUCTIONS

5) WHITE BALANCE ADJUSTMENT(S8)


Receive a good local channel.
Enter the service mode and select service adjustment S8.
You can see the OSD as shown in below.

RD 58
GD 10
BD 65

RB 105
GB 127
BB 100
MOVE ADJUST RECALL : SET

Using volume up or volume down, adjust service adjustment data of RD/GD/BD and RB/GB/BB until a good gray
scale with normal whites is obtained.ALIGNMENT INSTRUCTIONS
Press the DISPLAY button to memorize the data.

6) DIGITAL PRESET(D.P) ADJUSTMENTS(S9)


SUBBRIGHTNESS ADJUSTMENT
Receive a good local channel.
Enter the service mode and select service adjustment S9.
You can see the OSD as shoown in below.

D.P.
SUB BRIGHTNESS 64
CONTRAST 20
TINT 32
COLOR 32

MOVE ADJUST RECALL : SET

Select Subbrightness item, adjust Subbrightness data value to obtain normal brightness level.
Press the DISPLAY button to memorize the data.

CONTRAST
Fixed value = 20

TINT
Fixed value = 32

COLOR
Fixed value = 32

7) FACTORY OUTGOING MODE (S12 : FACT)


If you select the S12, then the set becomes factory outgoing status.
You can see the OSD outgoing OK

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ALIGNMENT INSTRUCTIONS

3. PARENTAL CONTROL PASSWORD SETTINGS


If user forget Parental Control Password as follows.
1) CHANGE THE PASSWORD.
Turn the set on.
Direct the remote control to the reception window of your TV/VCR
Using the MENU buttons, select the Special menu.
Using the the channel up ( ) or down ( ) duttons, select prental control.
Using the volume up ( ), set the password Menu.
Push buttons of remote control in sequence as follows.
2 2 1 1
Parental control password is reset.
Using the 0~9 buttons, enter the password.
Using the 0~9 buttons, repeat the password.
Special Parental control
Closed Caption : OFF
Enter the Password
CC on Mute : OFF
Power Restore : OFF ####

Parental Control

Select Enter n Exit [0 - 9] : Adjust n Exit

Parental control Parental control

Enter New Password Repeat the Password

####

[0 - 9] : Adjust n Exit [0 - 9] : Adjust n Exit

2) RESET THE PASSWORD


Turn the set on.
Direct the remote control to the reception window of your TV/VCR.
Push buttons of remote control in sequence as follows.
1 MUTE DISPLAY MUTE
Then, the screen will appear as follows.

FIELE SVC
S2 SCRN V.=02h RCCR=00h
S5 IFC
S6 GEO
S8 W/B
S9 DP
S12 FACT
S7 PTRN NORMAL
S10 SOUND

Using the channel up ( ) or down ( ) buttons, select S12 FACT.


Press the volume up ( ) button, the set becomes factory outgoing status.
Parental control password is reset.
Using the MENU buttons, select the parental control menu, set the new password.

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VOLTAGE CHART
MODE MODE
LOC PIN LOC PIN
ON OFF ON OFF
I501 1 2.17 0 44 2.63 0
2 1.95 0 45 2.39 0
3 2.7 0 46 2.16 0
4 2.39 0.49 47 3.62 0
5 2.86 0 48 4.23 0.51
6 2.86 0 49 4.23 0.51
7 0 0 50 2.3 0
8 4.87 0.57 51 2.19 0.65
9 1.76 0 52 1.99 0.32
10 2.46 0.28 53 2.39 0
11 4.9 4.93 54 3.08 0.3
12 4.86 4.92 MODE
LOC PIN
13 3.59 0 ON OFF
14 1.38 0 I301 1 2.21 0
15 1.39 0 2 25.7 0
16 1.39 0 3 2.27 3.63
17 0 0 4 0 0
18 8.11 0.235 5 13.65 0
19 2.61 0.232 6 26.2 0.43
20 2.57 0 7 2.21 0
21 2.71 0 MODE
LOC PIN
22 NC NC ON OFF
23 2.27 0 I401 1 7.66 0
24 2.59 0 2 0 0
25 5.12 4.23 3 4.95 0.6
26 2.62 2.2 MODE
LOC PIN
27 0.94 0.16 ON OFF
28 0.86 1.37 I601 1 12.09 7.19
29 1.69 1.4 2 6.2 0
30 4.96 0.706 3 6.5 0
31 0 0 4 0.824 0
32 2.73 0.31 5 0 0
33 0 0 6 0 0
34 0 0 7 0 0
35 2.37 0 8 0 0
36 3.38 0 9 0 0
37 1.72 0 10 0 0
38 2.77 0.35 11 0 0
39 5.09 0 12 0 0
40 2.12 0 13 0 0
41 0 0 14 0 0
42 2.45 0 15 0 0
43 4.84 0.5 16 0 0

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VOLTAGE CHART

MODE MODE
LOC PIN LOC PIN
ON OFF ON OFF
I701 1 4.86 4.96 I703 1 0 0
2 4.81 4.94 2 0 0
3 5.03 4.97 3 0 0
4 5.03 4.97 4 0 0
5 0 0 5 4.91 4.94
6 1.9 1.87 6 4.86 4.92
7 2.71 2.67 7 0 0
8 4.99 4.91 8 5.01 4.95
9 5.04 4.95 MODE
LOC PIN
10 0 0 ON OFF
11 2.28 0 I801 1 2.47 0
12 0 4.88 2 2.33 1.33
13 4.93 4.87 3 0 0
14 3.71 3.64 4 18.28 9.19
15 2.66 2.44 5 137.2 145
16 0 4.88 6 0.067 0
17 4.96 0.71 7 137.2 145
18 4.07 4.95
19 0 0
20 0 0
21 0 0
22 0 0
23 4.84 4.56
24 0 0
25 0 0
26 0 0
27 0 0.22
28 5.03 4.93
29 4.8 4.7
30 5.05 4.95
31 0 4.88
32 5.05 4.95
33 0 0
34 0 0
35 0 0
36 0 0

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VOLTAGE CHART

MODE MODE
LOC PIN LOC PIN
ON OFF ON OFF
Q201 C 5.03 4.95 Q703 C 5.04 4.17
E 3.29 3.26 E 0.44 0
B 2.51 2.47 B 1.06 0
Q401 C -3.63 35.55 Q704 C 5 4.92
E 0 0 E 4.97 4.89
B 0.35 0 B 4.35 4.28
Q402 C 130.2 102.3 Q707 C 5.05 4.98
E 0 0 E 0.18 4.19
B 0 0 B 0.06 4.89
Q404 C 10.23 0 Q804 C 0 0
E 0 0 E 132.6 102.2
B 0 0 B 132.2 102.2
Q501 C 0 0 Q805 C 12.12 7.19
E 3.59 0 E 5.03 4.96
B 4.53 0 B 5.63 5.59
Q575 C -0.1 0 Q806 C 5.13 0
E 10 0 E 5.05 4.98
B 10.22 0 B 4.46 5.45
Q653 C 6.52 0 Q871 C 12.09 0.03
E 0 0 E 0 0
B 0 0.71 B 0.04 0.7
Q701 C 4.07 4.96 Q873 C 0.04 5.45
E 0 0 E 0 0
B 0 0 B 0.68 0

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WAVEFORMS
(1) I101 PIN 19 (2) I101 PIN 20

V:1V/div V:1V/div
H:25us/div H:25us/div

(3) I101 PIN 21 (4) I101 PIN 23

V:1V/div V:500mV/div
H:25us/div H:5ms/div

(5) I101 PIN 40 (6) I101 PIN 44

V:500mV/div V:500mV/div
H:25us/div H:25us/div

(7) I101 PIN 46 (8) I101 PIN 6

V:500mV/div V:10V/div
H:25us/div H:5ms/div

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WAVEFORMS

(9) I701 PIN 7 (10) I101 PIN 17

V:1V/div V:2V/div
H:50us/div H:25us/div

(11) I701 PIN 18 (12) I801 PIN 7

V:20V/div V:100V/div
H:25us/div H:10us/div

(13) T402 PIN 25.5V (14) T402 PIN 10.5V

V:100V/div V:50V/div
H:25us/div H:25us/div

(15) T402 PIN HEATER (16) T402 PIN 200V

V:10V/div V:100V/div
H:25us/div H:25us/div

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WAVEFORMS

(17) T401 PIN H.V (18) T801 PIN 133V

V:100V/div V:100V/div
H:25us/div H:10us/div

(19) Q401 COLLECTOR (20) CRT SOCKET PIN B

V:5V/div V:50V/div
H:25us/div H:25us/div

(21) CRT SOCKET PIN R (22) CRT SOCKET PIN G

V:50V/div V:50V/div
H:25us/div H:25us/div

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SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM

19
EXPLODED VIEW
1. DTQ-14V1FSM

20
EXPLODED VIEW

2. DTQ-14V3FSM

21
EXPLODED VIEW

3. DTQ-14V5FCM / FSM

22
EXPLODED VIEW

4. DTQ-14U1FSM

23
EXPLODED VIEW

5. DTQ-20V1FSM

24
EXPLODED VIEW

6. DTQ-20V3FSM

25
EXPLODED VIEW

7. DTQ-20V4FSM

26
EXPLODED VIEW

8. DTQ-20U1FSM

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ELECTRICAL PARTS LIST

CAUTION
" " is a safety patt, so it must be used the same part.
" R " is a recommendable part for essential stock.

z_loc z_parts_code parts_name parts_descr remark z_loc z_parts_code parts_name parts_descr remark
ZZ100 48B4343A08 TRANSMITTER REMOCON R-43A08 (AA) C406 CMYE2D434J C MYLAR 200V PU 0.43MF J
ZZ110 PTACPWH394 ACCESSORY AS DTQ-14P2FC C801 CL1UC3104M C LINE ACROSS WORLD AC250V 0.1UF M R.47
00010 4850A02510 ANT ROD S3BW216B (L=600 MM) C804 CEYN2D331P C ELECTRO 200V LHS 330MF
00030 4850Q00810 BATTERY R6P/LN D703 DLH2PR LED BLOCK LH-2P-R
00040 4850A00250 TRANS ANT MATCHING IMT-06 I101 1LA76845N- IC LA76845N
10000 48586001E2 MANUAL INSTRUCTION DTQ-20V1FS I301 PTD2SW7100 HEAT SINK ASS`Y 1LA78041 + 7174300811
M821 4858213800 BAG INSTRUCTION L.D.P.E T0.05X250X400 00001 1LA78041 IC VERTICAL LA78041
ZZ120 PTBCSHH567 COVER BACK AS DTQ-14V1FCM 0000A 4857027100 HEAT SINK SPCC T1.0+SN
M211 4852151400 COVER BACK FR HIPS BK 0000B 7174300811 SCREW TAPPTITE TT2 RND 3X8 MFZN
M211B 4857817640 CLOTH BLACK FELT 100X20X0.7 I401 1K1A7805P1 IC REGULATOR KIA7805API
ZZ130 PTPKCPH567 PACKING AS DTQ-14V1FCM I601 1TDA7267 IC AUDIO AMP TDA7267
10 6520010100 STAPLE PIN AUTO W65 I701 1DW8634NA3 IC MICOM DW863432W-NA3(50C5)
M801 485803871D BOX CARTON SW-2 I703 124LC04B IC MEMORY 24LC04B
M811 4858186700 PAD EPS 14V1 I801 1MR2520- IC POWER MR2520
M821 4858215700 BAG PE PE FOAM t0.5x1000X950 I805 1LTV817C IC PHOTO COUPLER LTV-817C
ZZ131 58G0000078 COIL DEGAUSSING DC-1400 I806 1LTV817C IC PHOTO COUPLER LTV-817C
ZZ132 48519A4710 CRT GROUND NET 1401S-1015-1P IL701 1356VF6- IC PREAMP 356VF6
ZZ140 PTCACAH567 CABINET AS DTQ-14V1FCM JP02 4859109950 JACK PIN BOARD PH-JB-9710A
CRT1 PTRTPWH394 CRT AS NTSC 14 ITC CRT AS JP03 4859109150 JACK PIN BOARD PH-JB-9615C
V01 58D0000082 COIL DY ODY-M1489 L501 58N0000042 COIL VCO TRF-V008
V04 2224050026 BOND SILICON RTV 122 CARTRIDGE L801 5PLF24A1 FILTER LINE LF-24A1
V05 4850PM001- MAGNET CP NY-225 (MINI NECK) M681 4856812001 TIE CABLE NYLON66 DA100
V06 48A96R004- RUBBER WEDGE HMR 28 SR (/0X54) P401 4859240020 CONN WAFER YFW500-05
V901 48A96314C3 CRT BARE A34KQV42X P501 4850708N11 CONNECTOR BIC-08T-25T+C-20T+ULW=300
M201A 4856013350 SCREW CRT FIXING 25X80 BK PWC1 4859907910 CORD POWER AS ME301P+TER=1830
M201B 4856215402 WASHER RUBBER CR T2.0 Q402 PTA2SW7201 HEAT SINK ASS`Y T2SD2627YB + 7174300811
M211A 7172401412 SCREW TAPPTITE TT2 TRS 4X14 MFZN BK 00001 T2SD2627YB TR 2SD2627LS-YB
M541 4855415800 SPEC PLATE 150ART P/E FILM (C/TV) 0000A 4857027201 HEAT SINK AL T1.0
M601 4856013351 SCREW CRT FIXING 25X140 YL 0000B 7174300811 SCREW TAPPTITE TT2 RND 3X8 MFZN
M681 4856812001 TIE CABLE NYLON66 DA100 R801 RX07B229JP R CEMENT 7W 2.2 OHM J BEN 15MM 4P
SP01A 7178301011 SCREW TAPPTITE TT2 WAS 3X10 MFZN RLY1 5SC0101338 SW RELAY DQ5D1-O(M)/GJ-SS-105LM
ZZ200 PTFMSJH567 MASK FRONT AS DTQ-14V1FCM RS801 DSVC471D14 VARISTOR SVC471D14A
M191 4851931800 BUTTON CTRL 4939100+5536001 SCT1 4859303930 SOCKET CRT ISMG03S INCHANG
M191A 7178301011 SCREW TAPPTITE TT2 WAS 3X10 MFZN SF101 5PTSF5241P FILTER SAW TSF5241P
M201 4852067200 MASK FRONT FR HIPS BK T401 50D10A3- TRANS DRIVE TD-10A3
M321 4853214800 BRKT FR HIPS BK T402 50H0000241 FBT FSA37023M
M561 4855613600 MARK BRAND COPPER T0.4 T801 50M3541T8- TRANS SMPS TSM-3541T8
ZZ202 PTSPPWH407 SPEAKER AS DTQ-14J4FC U102 4859721730 TUNER VARACTOR DT5-NF20F N
PA601 4850703S50 CONNECTOR YH025-03+35098+ULW=200 X701 5XYR03276C CRYSTAL QUARTZ C-001R 32.768000KHZ 20PPM
SP01 4858314010 SPEAKER SP-5070F01 3W 8 OHM Z501 5PYXT4R5MB FILTER CERA XT 4.5MB
ZZ290 PTMPMSH567 PCB MAIN MANUAL AS DTQ-14V1FCM ZZ200 PTMPJ2H567 PCB CHIP MOUNT B AS DTQ-14V1FCM
10 2193102005 SOLDER BAR SN:PB=63:47 S63S-1320 JC568 HRFS000-BA R CHIP 1/16 0 OHM 1608
30 2291050616 FLUX SOLDER JS-64T3 JC701 HRFS000-BA R CHIP 1/16 0 OHM 1608
40 2291050301 FLUX SOLVENT IM-1000 JC702 HRFS000-BA R CHIP 1/16 0 OHM 1608
C404 CMYH3C722H C MYLAR 1.6KV BUP 7200PF H JC703 HRFS000-BA R CHIP 1/16 0 OHM 1608

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ELECTRICAL PARTS LIST

z_loc z_parts_code parts_name parts_descr remark z_loc z_parts_code parts_name parts_descr


JC704 HRFS000-BA R CHIP 1/16 0 OHM 1608 RC752 HRFS471JBA R CHIP 1/16 470 OHM J 1608
RC150 HRFS153JBA R CHIP 1/16 15K OHM J 1608 RC755 HRFS102JBA R CHIP 1/16 1K OHM J 1608
RC151 HRFS104JBA R CHIP 1/16 100K OHM J 1608 RC756 HRFS102JBA R CHIP 1/16 1K OHM J 1608
RC154 HRFS473JBA R CHIP 1/16 47K OHM J 1608 RC763 HRFS201JBA R CHIP 1/16 200 OHM J 1608
RC156 HRFS473JBA R CHIP 1/16 47K OHM J 1608 RC775 HRFS472JBA R CHIP 1/16 4.7K OHM J 1608
RC165 HRFS472JBA R CHIP 1/16 4.7K OHM J 1608 RC778 HRFS103JBA R CHIP 1/16 10K OHM J 1608
RC223 HRFS224JBA R CHIP 1/16 220K OHM J 1608 RC779 HRFS472JBA R CHIP 1/16 4.7K OHM J 1608
RC224 HRFS224JBA R CHIP 1/16 220K OHM J 1608 RC781 HRFS102JBA R CHIP 1/16 1K OHM J 1608
RC225 HRFS392JBA R CHIP 1/16 3.9K OHM J 1608 RC782 HRFS331JBA R CHIP 1/16 330 OHM J 1608
RC226 HRFS101JBA R CHIP 1/16 100 OHM J 1608 RC783 HRFS472JBA R CHIP 1/16 4.7K OHM J 1608
RC227 HRFS102JBA R CHIP 1/16 1K OHM J 1608 RC784 HRFS514JBA R CHIP 1/16 510K OHM J 1608
RC228 HRFS103JBA R CHIP 1/16 10K OHM J 1608 RC785 HRFS000-BA R CHIP 1/16 0 OHM 1608
RC229 HRFS750JBA R CHIP 1/16 75 OHM J 1608 RC786 HRFS102JBA R CHIP 1/16 1K OHM J 1608
RC508 HRFS102JBA R CHIP 1/16 1K OHM J 1608 RC787 HRFS472JBA R CHIP 1/16 4.7K OHM J 1608
RC509 HRFS102JBA R CHIP 1/16 1K OHM J 1608 RC788 HRFS472JBA R CHIP 1/16 4.7K OHM J 1608
RC510 HRFS331JBA R CHIP 1/16 330 OHM J 1608 RC791 HRFS102JBA R CHIP 1/16 1K OHM J 1608
RC511 HRFS123JBA R CHIP 1/16 12K OHM J 1608 RC792 HRFS102JBA R CHIP 1/16 1K OHM J 1608
RC525 HRFS102JBA R CHIP 1/16 1K OHM J 1608 RC793 HRFS102JBA R CHIP 1/16 1K OHM J 1608
RC526 HRFS132JBA R CHIP 1/16 1.3K OHM J 1608 RC794 HRFS102JBA R CHIP 1/16 1K OHM J 1608
RC530 HRFS561JBA R CHIP 1/16 560 OHM J 1608 RC797 HRFS103JBA R CHIP 1/16 10K OHM J 1608
RC531 HRFS561JBA R CHIP 1/16 560 OHM J 1608 RC799 HRFS103JBA R CHIP 1/16 10K OHM J 1608
RC533 HRFS390JBA R CHIP 1/16 39 OHM J 1608 RC917 HRFS241JBA R CHIP 1/16 240 OHM J 1608
RC554 HRFS514JBA R CHIP 1/16 510K OHM J 1608 RC918 HRFS241JBA R CHIP 1/16 240 OHM J 1608
RC557 HRFS302JBA R CHIP 1/16 3K OHM J 1608 RC919 HRFS241JBA R CHIP 1/16 240 OHM J 1608
RC558 HRFS103JBA R CHIP 1/16 10K OHM J 1608 RC923 HRFS471JBA R CHIP 1/16 470 OHM J 1608
RC559 HRFS331JBA R CHIP 1/16 330 OHM J 1608 RC924 HRFS471JBA R CHIP 1/16 470 OHM J 1608
RC561 HRFS301JBA R CHIP 1/16 300 OHM J 1608 RC925 HRFS471JBA R CHIP 1/16 470 OHM J 1608
RC562 HRFS824JBA R CHIP 1/16 820K J 1608 RC933 HRFS471JBA R CHIP 1/16 470 OHM J 1608
RC565 HRFS123JBA R CHIP 1/16 12K OHM J 1608 RC934 HRFS471JBA R CHIP 1/16 470 OHM J 1608
RC566 HRFS123JBA R CHIP 1/16 12K OHM J 1608 RC935 HRFS471JBA R CHIP 1/16 470 OHM J 1608
RC567 HRFS103JBA R CHIP 1/16 10K OHM J 1608 RC977 HRFS201JBA R CHIP 1/16 200 OHM J 1608
RC568 HRFS472FBA R CHIP 1/16 4.7K OHM F 1608 ZZ200 PTMPJ0H567 PCB MAIN (RHU) AS DTQ-14V1FCM
RC569 HRFS152JBA R CHIP 1/16 1.5K OHM J 1608 C105 CEXF1C471V C ELECTRO 16V RSS 470MF (8X12)TP
RC570 HRFS103JBA R CHIP 1/16 10K OHM J 1608 C310 CEXF1E102V C ELECTRO 25V RSS 1000MF (13X20) TP
RC629 HRFS102JBA R CHIP 1/16 1K OHM J 1608 C410 CEXF2E100V C ELECTRO 250V RSS 10MF (10X20) TP
RC630 HRFS104JBA R CHIP 1/16 100K OHM J 1608 C414 CEXF1V471V C ELECTRO 35V RSS 470MF (10X20) TP
RC655 HRFS162JBA R CHIP 1/16 1.6K OHM J 1608 C415 CEXF1C102V C ELECTRO 16V RSS 1000MF (10X20) TP
RC703 HRFS101JBA R CHIP 1/16 100 OHM J 1608 C502 CEXF1C471V C ELECTRO 16V RSS 470MF (8X12)TP
RC709 HRFS392JBA R CHIP 1/16 3.9K OHM J 1608 C507 CMXM2A224J C MYLAR 100V 0.22MF J
RC732 HRFS102JBA R CHIP 1/16 1K OHM J 1608 C508 CMXM2A224J C MYLAR 100V 0.22MF J
RC733 HRFS102JBA R CHIP 1/16 1K OHM J 1608 C510 CEXF1C471V C ELECTRO 16V RSS 470MF (8X12)TP
RC734 HRFS102JBA R CHIP 1/16 1K OHM J 1608 C514 CEXF1C471V C ELECTRO 16V RSS 470MF (8X12)TP
RC735 HRFS102JBA R CHIP 1/16 1K OHM J 1608 C602 CEXF1C102V C ELECTRO 16V RSS 1000MF (10X20) TP
RC736 HRFS103JBA R CHIP 1/16 10K OHM J 1608 C646 CEXF1C471V C ELECTRO 16V RSS 470MF (8X12)TP
RC737 HRFS103JBA R CHIP 1/16 10K OHM J 1608 C809 CBXB3D102K C CERA SEMI 2KV BL(N) 1000PF K (T)
RC738 HRFS471JBA R CHIP 1/16 470 OHM J 1608 C812 CEXF1C102V C ELECTRO 16V RSS 1000MF (10X20) TP
RC740 HRFS102JBA R CHIP 1/16 1K OHM J 1608 C813 CCXB3A221K C CERA 1KV B 220PF K (TAPPING)
RC741 HRFS000-BA R CHIP 1/16 0 OHM 1608 C814 CEXF2C101V C ELECTRO 160V RSS 100MF (16X25) TP
RC743 HRFS472JBA R CHIP 1/16 4.7K OHM J 1608 C820 CEXF2C101V C ELECTRO 160V RSS 100MF (16X25) TP
RC744 HRFS242JBA R CHIP 1/16 2.4K OHM J 1608 C881 CH1BEE472M C CERA AC U/C/V 2.5KV 4700PF TP
RC746 HRFS752JBA R CHIP 1/16 7.5K OHM J 1608 C882 CH1BEE472M C CERA AC U/C/V 2.5KV 4700PF TP
RC747 HRFS243JBA R CHIP 1/16 24K OHM J 1608 C912 CH1BEE472M C CERA AC U/C/V 2.5KV 4700PF TP
RC751 HRFS471JBA R CHIP 1/16 470 OHM J 1608 F802 5FUMK4021L FUSE GLASS TUBE UL TL 4.0A 125V CASE

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ELECTRICAL PARTS LIST

z_loc z_parts_code parts_name parts_descr remark z_loc z_parts_code parts_name parts_descr remark
R881 DDT7R0M140 POSISTOR ECPAC7R0M140 C301 CMXM2A103J C MYLAR 100V 0.01MF J (TP)
ZZ200 PTMPJBH567 PCB MAIN M-10 AS DTQ-14V1FCM C302 CEXF1H479V C ELECTRO 50V RSS 4.7MF (5X11) TP
10 2TM18006BE TAPE MASKING 6.2X500 C303 CEXF1H100V C ELECTRO 50V RSS 10MF (5X11) TP
D401 D1N4937G DIODE 1N4937G (TAPPING) C305 CEXF1H101V C ELECTRO 50V RSS 100MF (8X11.5) TP
D405 D1N4937G DIODE 1N4937G (TAPPING) C307 CXSL2H100D C CERA 500V SL 10PF D (TAPPING)
D406 D1N4937G DIODE 1N4937G (TAPPING) C308 CMXM2A104J C MYLAR 100V 0.1MF J (TP)
D407 D1N4937G DIODE 1N4937G (TAPPING) C311 CEXD1H229Q C ELECTRO 50V RT 2.2MF (6.3X11) TP
D408 D1N4937G DIODE 1N4937G (TAPPING) C401 CCXB2H102K C CERA 500V B 1000PF K (TAPPING)
D807 DRGP15J- DIODE RGP15J C403 CMXM2A103J C MYLAR 100V 0.01MF J (TP)
D810 D1N4937G DIODE 1N4937G (TAPPING) C405 CEXF2C109V C ELECTRO 160V RSS 1MF (6.3X11) TP
D811 D1N4937G DIODE 1N4937G (TAPPING) C411 CEXF1H100V C ELECTRO 50V RSS 10MF (5X11) TP
D881 DLT2A05G DIODE LT2A05G (TP) C413 CCXB2H102K C CERA 500V B 1000PF K (TAPPING)
D882 DLT2A05G DIODE LT2A05G (TP) C418 CMXM2A104J C MYLAR 100V 0.1MF J (TP)
D883 DLT2A05G DIODE LT2A05G (TP) C451 CEXF1C101V C ELECTRO 16V RSS 100MF (6.3X11) TP
D884 DLT2A05G DIODE LT2A05G (TP) C452 CEXF1C221V C ELECTRO 16V RSS 220MF (8X11.5) TP
E001 4856310600 EYE LET BSR T0.2 (R2.3) C501 CMXL1J105J C MYLAR 63V MEU 1MF J
E006 4856310600 EYE LET BSR T0.2 (R2.3) C509 CEXF1H109V C ELECTRO 50V RSS 1MF (5X11) TP
E007 4856310600 EYE LET BSR T0.2 (R2.3) C511 CMXM2A333J C MYLAR 100V 0.033MF J (TP)
E008 4856310600 EYE LET BSR T0.2 (R2.3) C512 CEXF1H108V C ELECTRO 50V RSS 0.1MF (5X11) TP
E011 4856310300 EYE LET BSR T0.2 (R1.6) C513 CEXF1H109V C ELECTRO 50V RSS 1MF (5X11) TP
E012 4856310300 EYE LET BSR T0.2 (R1.6) C516 CEXF1H229V C ELECTRO 50V RSS 2.2MF (5X11) TP
E013 4856310300 EYE LET BSR T0.2 (R1.6) C517 CMXM2A473J C MYLAR 100V 0.047MF J (TP)
E014 4856310300 EYE LET BSR T0.2 (R1.6) C518 CEXF1H478V C ELECTRO 50V RSS 0.47MF (5X11) TP
E018 4856310300 EYE LET BSR T0.2 (R1.6) C519 CEXF1H478V C ELECTRO 50V RSS 0.47MF (5X11) TP
E020 4856310300 EYE LET BSR T0.2 (R1.6) C520 CEXF1H109V C ELECTRO 50V RSS 1MF (5X11) TP
E023 4856310300 EYE LET BSR T0.2 (R1.6) C525 CEXF1H109V C ELECTRO 50V RSS 1MF (5X11) TP
E025 4856310300 EYE LET BSR T0.2 (R1.6) C554 CMXM2A153J C MYLAR 100V 0.015MF J (TP)
E030 4856310600 EYE LET BSR T0.2 (R2.3) C556 CXCH1H809D C CERA 50V CH 8PF D (TAPPING)
E031 4856310600 EYE LET BSR T0.2 (R2.3) C576 CEXF1C221V C ELECTRO 16V RSS 220MF (8X11.5) TP
E034 4856310600 EYE LET BSR T0.2 (R2.3) C580 CCXB1H152K C CERA 50V B 1500PF K (TAPPING)
E036 4856310600 EYE LET BSR T0.2 (R2.3) C581 CEXF1H109V C ELECTRO 50V RSS 1MF (5X11) TP
E038 4856310600 EYE LET BSR T0.2 (R2.3) C601 CMXM2A103J C MYLAR 100V 0.01MF J (TP)
E039 4856310300 EYE LET BSR T0.2 (R1.6) C603 CEXF1H108V C ELECTRO 50V RSS 0.1MF (5X11) TP
E040 4856310300 EYE LET BSR T0.2 (R1.6) C604 CEXF1C101V C ELECTRO 16V RSS 100MF (6.3X11) TP
E041 4856310300 EYE LET BSR T0.2 (R1.6) C634 CEXF1H479V C ELECTRO 50V RSS 4.7MF (5X11) TP
E043 4856310300 EYE LET BSR T0.2 (R1.6) C662 CCXF1H153Z C CERA 50V F 0.015MF Z
E044 4856310300 EYE LET BSR T0.2 (R1.6) C701 CEXF1H470V C ELECTRO 50V RSS 47MF (6.3X11) TP
E045 4856310300 EYE LET BSR T0.2 (R1.6) C702 CEXF1C221V C ELECTRO 16V RSS 220MF (8X11.5) TP
E046 4856310300 EYE LET BSR T0.2 (R1.6) C703 CEXF1H109V C ELECTRO 50V RSS 1MF (5X11) TP
P601 485923162S CONN WAFER YW025-03 (STICK) C704 CEXF1H229V C ELECTRO 50V RSS 2.2MF (5X11) TP
P801A 4857417500 TERM PIN DA-IB0214(D2.3/DY PIN) C705 CEXF1H109V C ELECTRO 50V RSS 1MF (5X11) TP
P801B 4857417500 TERM PIN DA-IB0214(D2.3/DY PIN) C757 CCXF1H333Z C CERA 50V F 0.033MF Z (TAPPING)
R601 RF01Z688K- R FUSIBLE 1W 0.68 OHM K (TAPPING) C807 CEXF1E221V C ELECTRO 25V RSS 220MF (8X11.5) TP
R805 RS02Z228JS R M-OXIDE FILM 2W 0.22 OHM J SMALL C810 CCXB2H222K C CERA 500V B 2200PF K (TAPPING)
R814 RS02Z828JS R M-OXIDE FILM 2W 0.82 OHM J SMALL C811 CCXB2H222K C CERA 500V B 2200PF K (TAPPING)
ZZ200 PTMPJRH567 PCB MAIN RADIAL AS DTQ-14V1FCM C815 CEXF2A100V C ELECTRO 100V RSS 10MF (6.3X11) TP
C101 CEXF1H109V C ELECTRO 50V RSS 1MF (5X11) TP C818 CEXF1C101V C ELECTRO 16V RSS 100MF (6.3X11) TP
C102 CEXF1C101V C ELECTRO 16V RSS 100MF (6.3X11) TP C819 CEXF1H479V C ELECTRO 50V RSS 4.7MF (5X11) TP
C103 CEXF1H339V C ELECTRO 50V RSS 3.3MF (5X11) TP C871 CMXM2A682J C MYLAR 100V 6800PF J (TP)
C104 CMXM2A333J C MYLAR 100V 0.033MF J (TP) C876 CEXF1C101V C ELECTRO 16V RSS 100MF (6.3X11) TP
C106 CEXF1H109V C ELECTRO 50V RSS 1MF (5X11) TP C892 CMXM2A102J C MYLAR 100V 1000PF J (TP)
C212 CEXF1H100V C ELECTRO 50V RSS 10MF (5X11) TP I803 1KA431L- IC KA431L
C235 CEXD1H229F C ELECTRO 50V RND 2.2MF (5X11) TP L601 58CX430599 COIL CHOKE AZ-9004Y 940K TP

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ELECTRICAL PARTS LIST

z_loc z_parts_code parts_name parts_descr remark z_loc z_parts_code parts_name parts_descr


L805 58CX430599 COIL CHOKE AZ-9004Y 940K TP C551 CCZB1H101K C CERA 50V B 100PF K (AXIAL)
L901 5CPX121J COIL PEAKING 120UH J (RADIAL) C552 CCZB1H101K C CERA 50V B 100PF K (AXIAL)
Q201 TKSC945CY- TR KSC 945C-Y (TAPPING) C555 CBZR1C392M C CERA 16V Y5R 3900PF M (AXIAL)
Q401 TKSC2330Y- TR KSC2330Y (TP) C560 CCZF1H103Z C CERA 50V F 0.01MF Z
Q404 TKSC945CY- TR KSC 945C-Y (TAPPING) C562 CZCH1H180J C CERA 50V CH 18PF J (AXIAL)
Q501 TKTA1266Y- TR KTA1266Y (TP) C567 CCZB1H181K C CERA 50V B 180PF K (AXIAL)
Q575 TKTA1275Y- TR KTA1275Y (TP) C568 CCZF1H103Z C CERA 50V F 0.01MF Z
Q653 TKSC945CY- TR KSC 945C-Y (TAPPING) C569 CCZF1H103Z C CERA 50V F 0.01MF Z
Q701 TKSC945CY- TR KSC 945C-Y (TAPPING) C570 CBZF1H104Z C CERA SEMI 50V F 0.1MF Z
Q703 TKSC945CY- TR KSC 945C-Y (TAPPING) C571 CBZF1H104Z C CERA SEMI 50V F 0.1MF Z
Q704 TKTA1266Y- TR KTA1266Y (TP) C573 CBZF1H104Z C CERA SEMI 50V F 0.1MF Z
Q707 TKSC945CY- TR KSC 945C-Y (TAPPING) C612 CBZF1H104Z C CERA SEMI 50V F 0.1MF Z
Q804 TKTA1275Y- TR KTA1275Y (TP) C752 CZCH1H180J C CERA 50V CH 18PF J (AXIAL)
Q805 TKTC3205Y- TR KTC3205Y (TP) C753 CZCH1H180J C CERA 50V CH 18PF J (AXIAL)
Q806 TKTA1266Y- TR KTA1266Y (TP) C754 CCZF1H103Z C CERA 50V F 0.01MF Z
Q871 TKSC945CY- TR KSC 945C-Y (TAPPING) C755 CCZF1H103Z C CERA 50V F 0.01MF Z
Q873 TKSC945CY- TR KSC 945C-Y (TAPPING) C756 CCZB1H221K C CERA 50V B 220PF K (AXIAL)
Q902 TKSC2330Y- TR KSC2330Y (TP) C758 CCZB1H101K C CERA 50V B 100PF K (AXIAL)
Q903 TKSC2330Y- TR KSC2330Y (TP) C759 CCZB1H101K C CERA 50V B 100PF K (AXIAL)
Q904 TKSC2330Y- TR KSC2330Y (TP) C760 CCZB1H101K C CERA 50V B 100PF K (AXIAL)
Q977 TKTA1266Y- TR KTA1266Y (TP) C768 CCZB1H101K C CERA 50V B 100PF K (AXIAL)
R301 RN01B471JS R METAL FILM 1W 470 OHM J SMALL C790 CCZF1H103Z C CERA 50V F 0.01MF Z
R302 RN02B471JS R METAL FILM 2W 470 OHM J SMALL C796 CCZF1H103Z C CERA 50V F 0.01MF Z
R303 RN01B129JS R METAL FILM 1W 1.2 OHM J SMALL C870 CBZF1H104Z C CERA SEMI 50V F 0.1MF Z
R305 RN01B331JS R METAL FILM 1W 330 OHM J SMALL C891 CZSL1H470J C CERA 50V SL 47PF J (AXIAL)
R403 RN01B562JS R METAL FILM 1W 5.6K OHM J SMALL C902 CCZB1H271K C CERA 50V B 270PF K
R411 RN02B150JS R METAL FILM 2W 15 OHM J SMALL C903 CCZB1H271K C CERA 50V B 270PF K
R412 RN01B369JS R METAL FILM 1W 3.6 OHM J SMALL C904 CCZB1H271K C CERA 50V B 270PF K
R413 RN01B229JS R METAL FILM 1W 2.2 OHM J SMALL D101 DUZ33B DIODE ZENER UZ-33B
R414 RN01B229JS R METAL FILM 1W 2.2 OHM J SMALL D102 DUZ5R1B- DIODE ZENER UZ-5.1B
R418 RN02B150JS R METAL FILM 2W 15 OHM J SMALL D221 D1N4148- DIODE 1N4148 (TAPPING)
R420 RN02B620JS R METAL FILM 2W 62 OHM J SMALL D301 D1N4004S DIODE 1N4004S
R817 RN01B471JS R METAL FILM 1W 470 OHM J SMALL D311 DBZX55C62- DIODE ZENER BZX55C-62
R913 RN02B153JS R METAL FILM 2W 15K OHM J SMALL D312 85801065GY WIRE COPPER AWG22 1/0.65 TIN COATING
R914 RN02B153JS R METAL FILM 2W 15K OHM J SMALL D409 D1N4148- DIODE 1N4148 (TAPPING)
R915 RN02B153JS R METAL FILM 2W 15K OHM J SMALL D503 DUZ9R1BM DIODE ZENER UZ-9.1BM
SW701 5S50101090 SW TACT THVH472GCA D504 D1N4148- DIODE 1N4148 (TAPPING)
SW702 5S50101090 SW TACT THVH472GCA D505 DUZ9R1BM DIODE ZENER UZ-9.1BM
SW703 5S50101090 SW TACT THVH472GCA D571 D1N4148- DIODE 1N4148 (TAPPING)
SW704 5S50101090 SW TACT THVH472GCA D572 D1N4148- DIODE 1N4148 (TAPPING)
SW705 5S50101090 SW TACT THVH472GCA D573 D1N4148- DIODE 1N4148 (TAPPING)
SW706 5S50101090 SW TACT THVH472GCA D574 D1N4148- DIODE 1N4148 (TAPPING)
X502 5XEX3R579C CRYSTAL QUARTZ HC-49/U 3.579545M (TP) D701 D1N4148- DIODE 1N4148 (TAPPING)
ZZ200 PTMPJAH567 PCB MAIN AXIAL AS DTQ-14V1FCM D704 DUZ3R9B- DIODE ZENER UZ-3.9B
10 2TM10006LB TAPE MASKING 3M #232-MAP-C 6.2X2000M D777 DUZ5R6BM DIODE ZENER UZ-5.6BM
20 2TM14006LB TAPE MASKING 3M #232 6.0X2000M D805 DUZ3R9B- DIODE ZENER UZ-3.9B
A001 4859815791 PCB MAIN 246X246 D806 D1N4148- DIODE 1N4148 (TAPPING)
C109 CCZF1H103Z C CERA 50V F 0.01MF Z D812 DUZ5R6BM DIODE ZENER UZ-5.6BM
C152 CCZF1H103Z C CERA 50V F 0.01MF Z D813 D1N4937G DIODE 1N4937G (TAPPING)
C153 CCZF1H103Z C CERA 50V F 0.01MF Z D841 D1N4937G DIODE 1N4937G (TAPPING)
C154 CCZF1H103Z C CERA 50V F 0.01MF Z J001 85801065GY WIRE COPPER AWG22 1/0.65 TIN COATING
C155 CCZF1H103Z C CERA 50V F 0.01MF Z J002 85801065GY WIRE COPPER AWG22 1/0.65 TIN COATING
C527 CCZB1H102K C CERA 50V B 1000PF K (AXIAL) J003 85801065GY WIRE COPPER AWG22 1/0.65 TIN COATING

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ELECTRICAL PARTS LIST

z_loc z_parts_code parts_name parts_descr remark z_loc z_parts_code parts_name parts_descr remark
J007 85801065GY WIRE COPPER AWG22 1/0.65 TIN COATING J709 85801065GY WIRE COPPER AWG22 1/0.65 TIN COATING
J009 85801065GY WIRE COPPER AWG22 1/0.65 TIN COATING J710 85801065GY WIRE COPPER AWG22 1/0.65 TIN COATING
J010 85801065GY WIRE COPPER AWG22 1/0.65 TIN COATING J711 85801065GY WIRE COPPER AWG22 1/0.65 TIN COATING
J011 85801065GY WIRE COPPER AWG22 1/0.65 TIN COATING J712 85801065GY WIRE COPPER AWG22 1/0.65 TIN COATING
J012 85801065GY WIRE COPPER AWG22 1/0.65 TIN COATING J713 85801065GY WIRE COPPER AWG22 1/0.65 TIN COATING
J013 85801065GY WIRE COPPER AWG22 1/0.65 TIN COATING J714 85801065GY WIRE COPPER AWG22 1/0.65 TIN COATING
J014 85801065GY WIRE COPPER AWG22 1/0.65 TIN COATING J733 85801065GY WIRE COPPER AWG22 1/0.65 TIN COATING
J015 85801065GY WIRE COPPER AWG22 1/0.65 TIN COATING J734 85801065GY WIRE COPPER AWG22 1/0.65 TIN COATING
J016 85801065GY WIRE COPPER AWG22 1/0.65 TIN COATING J738 85801065GY WIRE COPPER AWG22 1/0.65 TIN COATING
J017 85801065GY WIRE COPPER AWG22 1/0.65 TIN COATING J739 85801065GY WIRE COPPER AWG22 1/0.65 TIN COATING
J018 85801065GY WIRE COPPER AWG22 1/0.65 TIN COATING J753 85801065GY WIRE COPPER AWG22 1/0.65 TIN COATING
J019 85801065GY WIRE COPPER AWG22 1/0.65 TIN COATING J770 85801065GY WIRE COPPER AWG22 1/0.65 TIN COATING
J020 85801065GY WIRE COPPER AWG22 1/0.65 TIN COATING J778 85801065GY WIRE COPPER AWG22 1/0.65 TIN COATING
J021 85801065GY WIRE COPPER AWG22 1/0.65 TIN COATING J790 85801065GY WIRE COPPER AWG22 1/0.65 TIN COATING
J022 85801065GY WIRE COPPER AWG22 1/0.65 TIN COATING J809 85801065GY WIRE COPPER AWG22 1/0.65 TIN COATING
J023 85801065GY WIRE COPPER AWG22 1/0.65 TIN COATING J810 85801065GY WIRE COPPER AWG22 1/0.65 TIN COATING
J024 85801065GY WIRE COPPER AWG22 1/0.65 TIN COATING J840 85801065GY WIRE COPPER AWG22 1/0.65 TIN COATING
J025 85801065GY WIRE COPPER AWG22 1/0.65 TIN COATING J841 85801065GY WIRE COPPER AWG22 1/0.65 TIN COATING
J026 85801065GY WIRE COPPER AWG22 1/0.65 TIN COATING J842 85801065GY WIRE COPPER AWG22 1/0.65 TIN COATING
J028 85801065GY WIRE COPPER AWG22 1/0.65 TIN COATING J843 85801065GY WIRE COPPER AWG22 1/0.65 TIN COATING
J029 85801065GY WIRE COPPER AWG22 1/0.65 TIN COATING J844 85801065GY WIRE COPPER AWG22 1/0.65 TIN COATING
J030 85801065GY WIRE COPPER AWG22 1/0.65 TIN COATING J860 85801065GY WIRE COPPER AWG22 1/0.65 TIN COATING
J032 85801065GY WIRE COPPER AWG22 1/0.65 TIN COATING J861 85801065GY WIRE COPPER AWG22 1/0.65 TIN COATING
J034 85801065GY WIRE COPPER AWG22 1/0.65 TIN COATING J862 85801065GY WIRE COPPER AWG22 1/0.65 TIN COATING
J036 85801065GY WIRE COPPER AWG22 1/0.65 TIN COATING J881 85801065GY WIRE COPPER AWG22 1/0.65 TIN COATING
J042 85801065GY WIRE COPPER AWG22 1/0.65 TIN COATING J923 85801065GY WIRE COPPER AWG22 1/0.65 TIN COATING
J045 85801065GY WIRE COPPER AWG22 1/0.65 TIN COATING J924 85801065GY WIRE COPPER AWG22 1/0.65 TIN COATING
J047 85801065GY WIRE COPPER AWG22 1/0.65 TIN COATING J925 85801065GY WIRE COPPER AWG22 1/0.65 TIN COATING
J050 85801065GY WIRE COPPER AWG22 1/0.65 TIN COATING J977 85801065GY WIRE COPPER AWG22 1/0.65 TIN COATING
J053 85801065GY WIRE COPPER AWG22 1/0.65 TIN COATING J999 85801065GY WIRE COPPER AWG22 1/0.65 TIN COATING
J055 85801065GY WIRE COPPER AWG22 1/0.65 TIN COATING L111 5CPZ568M02 COIL PEAKING 0.56UH M (AXIAL 3.5MM)
J056 85801065GY WIRE COPPER AWG22 1/0.65 TIN COATING L112 5CPZ569K02 COIL PEAKING 5.6UH K (AXIAL 3.5MM)
J057 85801065GY WIRE COPPER AWG22 1/0.65 TIN COATING L502 5CPZ470K04 COIL PEAKING 47UH 10.5MM K (LAL04TB)
J058 85801065GY WIRE COPPER AWG22 1/0.65 TIN COATING L533 5CPZ150K02 COIL PEAKING 15UH K (AXIAL 3.5MM)
J060 85801065GY WIRE COPPER AWG22 1/0.65 TIN COATING L701 5CPZ220K02 COIL PEAKING 22UH K (AXIAL 3.5MM)
J062 85801065GY WIRE COPPER AWG22 1/0.65 TIN COATING L807 5MC0000100 COIL BEAD HC-3550
J072 85801065GY WIRE COPPER AWG22 1/0.65 TIN COATING L811 5MC0000100 COIL BEAD HC-3550
J080 85801065GY WIRE COPPER AWG22 1/0.65 TIN COATING L841 5MC0000100 COIL BEAD HC-3550
J111 85801065GY WIRE COPPER AWG22 1/0.65 TIN COATING R105 RD-AZ472J- R CARBON FILM 1/6 4.7K OHM J
J112 85801065GY WIRE COPPER AWG22 1/0.65 TIN COATING R306 RD-AZ273J- R CARBON FILM 1/6 27K OHM J
J113 85801065GY WIRE COPPER AWG22 1/0.65 TIN COATING R307 RD-AZ333J- R CARBON FILM 1/6 33K OHM J
J202 85801065GY WIRE COPPER AWG22 1/0.65 TIN COATING R308 RD-AZ222J- R CARBON FILM 1/6 2.2K OHM J
J402 85801065GY WIRE COPPER AWG22 1/0.65 TIN COATING R309 RD-AZ113J- R CARBON FILM 1/6 11K OHM J
J444 85801065GY WIRE COPPER AWG22 1/0.65 TIN COATING R351 RD-AZ682J- R CARBON FILM 1/6 6.8K OHM J
J445 85801065GY WIRE COPPER AWG22 1/0.65 TIN COATING R352 RN-4Z1603F R METAL FILM 1/4 160K OHM F
J507 85801065GY WIRE COPPER AWG22 1/0.65 TIN COATING R353 RN-4Z1502F R METAL FILM 1/4 15K OHM F
J508 85801065GY WIRE COPPER AWG22 1/0.65 TIN COATING R401 RD-4Z472J- R CARBON FILM 1/4 4.7K OHM J
J512 85801065GY WIRE COPPER AWG22 1/0.65 TIN COATING R405 RD-2Z751J- R CARBON FILM 1/2 750 OHM J
J524 85801065GY WIRE COPPER AWG22 1/0.65 TIN COATING R416 RD-2Z121J- R CARBON FILM 1/2 120 OHM J
J567 85801065GY WIRE COPPER AWG22 1/0.65 TIN COATING R417 RD-4Z302J- R CARBON FILM 1/4 3K OHM J
J570 85801065GY WIRE COPPER AWG22 1/0.65 TIN COATING R423 RD-AZ102J- R CARBON FILM 1/6 1K OHM J
J652 85801065GY WIRE COPPER AWG22 1/0.65 TIN COATING R424 RD-AZ331J- R CARBON FILM 1/6 330 OHM J
J708 85801065GY WIRE COPPER AWG22 1/0.65 TIN COATING R451 RD-4Z153J- R CARBON FILM 1/4 15K OHM J

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ELECTRICAL PARTS LIST

z_loc z_parts_code parts_name parts_descr remark z_loc z_parts_code parts_name parts_descr


R452 RD-4Z113J- R CARBON FILM 1/4 11K OHM J R910 RD-2Z332J- R CARBON FILM 1/2 3.3K OHM J
R501 RD-2Z151J- R CARBON FILM 1/2 150 OHM J R911 RD-2Z332J- R CARBON FILM 1/2 3.3K OHM J
R502 RD-2Z151J- R CARBON FILM 1/2 150 OHM J R912 RD-2Z332J- R CARBON FILM 1/2 3.3K OHM J
R503 RD-AZ752J- R CARBON FILM 1/6 7.5K OHM J R978 RD-AZ102J- R CARBON FILM 1/6 1K OHM J
R504 RD-AZ102J- R CARBON FILM 1/6 1K OHM J R979 RD-AZ152J- R CARBON FILM 1/6 1.5K OHM J
R548 RD-AZ154J- R CARBON FILM 1/6 150K OHM J
R551 RD-AZ121J- R CARBON FILM 1/6 120 OHM J
R555 RD-AZ241J- R CARBON FILM 1/6 240 OHM J
R591 RD-4Z331J- R CARBON FILM 1/4 330 OHM J
R592 RD-4Z331J- R CARBON FILM 1/4 330 OHM J
R593 RD-4Z331J- R CARBON FILM 1/4 330 OHM J
R602 RD-2Z271J- R CARBON FILM 1/2 270 OHM J
R604 RD-4Z682J- R CARBON FILM 1/4 6.8K OHM J
R652 RD-AZ392J- R CARBON FILM 1/6 3.9K OHM J
R656 RD-AZ471J- R CARBON FILM 1/6 470 OHM J
R701 RD-AZ479J- R CARBON FILM 1/6 4.7 OHM J
R704 RD-AZ102J- R CARBON FILM 1/6 1K OHM J
R705 RD-AZ472J- R CARBON FILM 1/6 4.7K OHM J
R706 RD-AZ472J- R CARBON FILM 1/6 4.7K OHM J
R707 RD-AZ102J- R CARBON FILM 1/6 1K OHM J
R750 RD-AZ472J- R CARBON FILM 1/6 4.7K OHM J
R770 RD-AZ103J- R CARBON FILM 1/6 10K OHM J
R776 RD-AZ473J- R CARBON FILM 1/6 47K OHM J
R777 RD-AZ102J- R CARBON FILM 1/6 1K OHM J
R780 RD-AZ623J- R CARBON FILM 1/6 62K OHM J
R789 RD-4Z102J- R CARBON FILM 1/4 1K OHM J
R790 RD-4Z102J- R CARBON FILM 1/4 1K OHM J
R796 85801065GY WIRE COPPER AWG22 1/0.65 TIN COATING
R807 RD-2Z105J- R CARBON FILM 1/2 1M OHM J
R813 RD-4Z363J- R CARBON FILM 1/4 36K OHM J
R819 RD-4Z561J- R CARBON FILM 1/4 560 OHM J
R820 RD-4Z392J- R CARBON FILM 1/4 3.9K OHM J
R821 RD-AZ363J- R CARBON FILM 1/6 36K OHM J
R822 RD-AZ363J- R CARBON FILM 1/6 36K OHM J
R824 RD-AZ103J- R CARBON FILM 1/6 10K OHM J
R827 RD-AZ103J- R CARBON FILM 1/6 10K OHM J
R868 RN-AZ2201F R METAL FILM 1/6 2.2K OHM F
R869 RD-AZ154J- R CARBON FILM 1/6 150K OHM J
R870 RN-AZ1302F R METAL FILM 1/6 13K OHM F
R871 RD-AZ102J- R CARBON FILM 1/6 1K OHM J
R872 RD-AZ202J- R CARBON FILM 1/6 2K OHM J
R873 RD-AZ103J- R CARBON FILM 1/6 10K OHM J
R874 RD-AZ202J- R CARBON FILM 1/6 2K OHM J
R875 RD-AZ362J- R CARBON FILM 1/6 3.6K OHM J
R876 RD-AZ472J- R CARBON FILM 1/6 4.7K OHM J
R877 RD-AZ103J- R CARBON FILM 1/6 10K OHM J
R878 RN-AZ5102F R METAL FILM 1/6 51.0K OHM F
R879 RN-AZ5102F R METAL FILM 1/6 51.0K OHM F
R888 RC-2Z565KP R CARBON COMP 1/2 5.6M OHM K
R891 RD-4Z479J- R CARBON FILM 1/4 4.7 OHM J
R892 RD-4Z153J- R CARBON FILM 1/4 15K OHM J
R893 RN-4Z2002F R METAL FILM 1/4 20.0K OHM F
R901 RD-4Z474J- R CARBON FILM 1/4 470K OHM J

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Appendix
IC DESCRIPTION
U-COM(I701)

XTAL:32.768 KHz

1
Appendix IC DESCRIPTION

1. Abstract.
This specification is 1-Tuner Mono Model for North/South America, CCD 1-Chip MICOM LC863228A.
It is developing software specification for tuning only NTSC
2. H/W Outline.
1) ROM : 28,672 x 8bits.tsc
: 15,872 x 8 bits for CGROM.
2) RAM : 512 x 8bits.
: 352 x 9bits.(for CRT Display)
3) OSD Function.
Screen Display.
: 36 characters x 16 lines.(by software)
RAM
: 352 words. (9 bits per word)
Display area. : 36 words. x 8 lines.
1st control area. : 8 words. x 8 lines.
Characters.

244 patterns programmable.
Up to 244 kinds of 16 x 17 dot characters.
Up to 244 kinds of 8 x 9 dot characters.
or
Up to 244 kinds of 16 x 32 dot characters used 16K bytes.
Various characters attributes.

Character colors. : 16 colors
Character background colors. : 16 colors
Fringe / shadow colors. : 16 colors
Full screen colors. : 16 colors
Rounding.
Underline.
Italic character.(slanting)
Attribute can be changed without spacing.

Vertical display start line number can be set for each row independently.(Row can be overlapped.)

Horizontal display start position can be set for each row independently.

Different display modes can be set for each row independently.

Caption and Text mode/ OSD mode 1/ OSD mode 2(Quarter size)/ Simplified graphic mode.
Ten character sizes.

Horiz. x Vert. = (1x1),(1x2),(2x2),(2x4),(0.5x0.5)
(1.5x1),(1.5x2),(3x2),(3x4),(0.75x0.5)
Shuttering and scrolling on each row.

3. System Feature.

1) The system for TV tuning is Frequency Synthesis type.


2) Closed Captions function is interior designed.

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3) On Screen Displays function is interior designed.


4) Package. : 36 PIN SDIP.
5) Tuner (Pre-scaler.) : I2C Bus.
/PLL IC : TAU 6014-S(SIEMENS).
6) Remocon. : The IC of Transmission (MITSUBISHI M50560)
7) E2PROM. : 24C04(I2C Bus) Apply one byte Read/Write mode.
8) 6-Local Key. : A/D Input Control.(Power, Ch Up/Down, Vol Up/Down, Menu)
9) Option S/W : Port Input Option Check.
10) IF/V/C/D IC :DTC814(LA79814)

4. Function.
1) C. C. D. function.
- A section of C. C. D. operates FCC based specification.
2) C. C. D. controlled function.
- Closed Caption Mode. (Off<-->C1<-->C2<-->T1<-->T2<-->Off)
- CC On Mute.(Off <-->C1<-->C2<-->Off)
- Closed Caption is prior to CC On Mute.

3) Tuning Function.
- I2C Bus.
- PLL IC Interface.
- FS 181 Channel (AIR 2-69CH, CABLE 1-125CH)
- AFT Operation(Fine Tuning ) -2.5Fn+2.5MHz
- AIR/CABLE (STD, HRC, IRC ). Only Cable 5,6CH is that AFT range is cover over
broad-band. -2.5MHzFn+3.5MHz..
- Memorize Channels.(If a channel is broadcasting, the channel is memorized.)
- Direct Tuning(09KEY)
- Channel Up/Down.(Memorized Channels) -> The Ch Up/Down buttons on the Remocon and on the front panel
are same function.
- Search Channel Up/Down.(If No-Memory or only 1CH is Memory)
- Channel Memory.(ADD/DELETE)
- Channel Review Function.
- Last Channel Memory Function.

4) OSD Function.
- In Line(Video) Mode, Things(Items) that is concerned with Air and Cable disappear in the Menu.
- Channel, AV display.
- Small & Graphic ICON Menu.
- Volume / Picture control --> I2C Bus Control

5) The Others Function.


- Video/Audio Mute Function.
- If a Channel is no signal, after 15 minutes is Auto-Power Off Function.

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- Auto Power On Function.(Power Restore function in the Special Menu)


- Heat Run Function. --- OSD White Back-Ground
- Sleep Timer.
- Wake Up Time Function.
- Off Time Function.
- Remote Reception & Control.
- Auto Tint.----------------------- (Option)
- Power Restore.
- Input(TV/Line) Controlled function. ----------------------- (Option)
- Reception.(Air/Cable : Factory Initial Condition)
- Blue Background.-----------------------------------------------(Option)
- 3-Language (North America : ENG/SPA/FRA, South America : ENG/SPA/POR ).
- E2PROM Interface (I2C Bus Control)
- CH 6 TRAP Function.(IS-31 )
- PLL IC Band Data.(Control Byte 2-->P3~P0)
VHF L :1
VHF H :2
CH6 TRAP : 5 (IS-31) AIR(Cable) CH 6 Only
UHF :8
5. The Table of Option and Schedule.

Model Name Pin Option Application Reference


CN - 001N - Low(DC_0V) : ON(Auto Tint)
#30 Auto Tint O
- High(DC_5V) : OFF
- Low(DC_0V) : Blue Back
#32 Bule Back O
- High(DC_5V) : No Blue Back
- Low(DC_0V) :Normal
#33 Prison O
- High(DC_5V) : Prison
- Low(DC_0V) : Mono
#34 Mono/Stereo O
- High(DC_5V) :Stereo
- No Use.
#35 Caption X
- No Use.
#36 TV only - Low(DC_0V) :TV/Video
O
- High(DC_5V) :TV/Only
Tatal Sun 6 - Use. (No Use.)

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6. Pin Description

PIN Terminal Name Explanation Remarks


1 P10/SDA0 ROM Data Main 6 bit input/output port
IC Data Input/output can be Specified for each bit
ROM CLK Other function.
2 P11/SCLK0
Main IC CLK
P10 IIC0 data I/O
3 P12/SDA1 Tuner Data P11 IIC0 clock output.
P12 IIC1 data I/O
4 P13/SCLK1 Tuner CLK P13 IIC1 clock output.

GND
5 VSS GND Negative power supply.

6 XT1 XT1 It uses 32.768KHz X-TAL.


10 pin is input terminal for crystal oscillator.
XT2 XT2 11 pin is output terminal for crystal oscillator.
7

+5V ( 0.5V)
8 VDD VDD
Positive power supply.

9 P04/AN4 KEY-IN Power, Ch up/down, Vol up/down, Menu

10 P05/AN5 AFT-IN Dc value that comes from the 10 pin of LA76810/14

Connect this port to AGC of Tuner


11 P06/AN6 AGC-IN Default Voltage : 3.75V
Variable Voltage : 3.25V, 3.5V, 4.0V

Use only japan Model.


This port uses when is Stand - By status
12 P07/AN7 ST-BY(H) Condition : Input AC Power On
Power off : High (DC 5V) Output. (Red)
Power on : Low (DC 0V) Output.

13 /RES Reset terminal.


/FES
Active Low

14 FILT Filter Filter terminal for PLL


Output terminal
15 CVIN CVSB IN Video signal input terminal
16 P01 TV/VID TV Mode : High Line(Video) Mode : Low
17 /VS /VS Vertical synchronization signal input terminal
18 /HS /HS Horizental synchronization signal input terminal
19 R R Red output terminal of RGB image

20 G G Green output terminal of RGB image

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PIN Terminal Name Explanation

21 B B Blue output terminal of RGB image

Fast blanking control signal


22 BL BL Switch TV image Signal and caption / OSD image signal
Output terminal

23 P31 Audio Mute Use only read data of LA76814/10

Use when does power off/on


24 P32 Power On Power off: Output Low(DC 0V)
Power on: Output High(DC 5V)

25 P70/INT0 Bus Stop No Use

26 P71/INT1 Relay On/Off Relay On/Off Terminal

27 P72/INT2 A/V Detection Detect port of Front A/V

28 P73/INT3 Remocon In Input of Remocon Signal

High: RF only mode


29 P14/PWM1 RF(H)/AV(L)
Low: RF/AV mode

Low (DC-0V) : On(Auto Tint)


30 P15/PWM2 AUTO TINT
High (DC-5V) : Off

31 P16/PWM3 PWM VOLUME Use only to control Sound of Stereo mode

High (DC-5V) : No Blue Back


32 P17 BLUE BACK Low (DC-0V) : Blue Back

Low (DC-0V) : Normal


33 P00 PRISON
High (DC-5V) : Prison

Low (DC-0V) : Mono


34 P01 MONO/STEREO
High (DC-5V) : Stereo

35 P02 CAPTION No Use

Low (DC-0V) : TV/Video


36 P03 TV ONLY(H) High (DC-5V) : TV Only

Output form and existence of pull- up resistor for every port can be specified for each bit.
At port 1, Programable pull- up resistor provided when specifing either COOS or N- ch open drain output.
Port status in reset.

Teriminal I/O Pull- up resistor status at selection pull- up option.


Port 0 I Pull- up resistor OFF, ON after reset release.
Port 1 I Programmable pull- resistor OFF.

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I101
LA76845 : IC VIDEO PROCESSOR

AUDIO OUT 1 54 SIF INPUT

FM OUTPUT 2 53 SIF APC FILTER

PIF AGC 3 52 SIF OUTPUT

RF AGC OUT 4 51 EXT. AUDIO INPUT

PIF INPUT1 5 50 APC FILTER

PIF INPUT2 6 49 VCO COIL1

IF GND 7 48 VCO COIL2

IF VCC 8 47 VCO FILTER

FM FILTER 9 46 VIDEO OUTPUT

AFT OUTPUT 10 45 BLACK LEVEL DETECTOR

BUS DATA 11 44 INT. VIDEO INPUT(S-C IN)

BUS CLOCK 12 43 VIDEO/VER. VCC

ABL IN 13 42 EX. VIDEO INPUT(Y IN)

OSD RED INPUT 14 41 VIDEO/VER./BUS GND

OSD GREEN INPUT 15 40 VIDEO OUTPUT

OSD BLUE INPUT 16 39 CHROMA AFC1 FILTER

FAST BLANKING INPUT 17 38 3.58 CRYSTAL

RGB VCC 18 37 fsc OUTPUT

RED OUTPUT 19 36 CHROMA AFC2 FILTER

GREEN OUTPUT 20 35

BLUE OUTPUT 21 34 X-RAY INPUT

B.AKB INPUT 22 33 CCD/HOR. GND

VERTICAL OUTPUT 23 32 CCD FILTER

RAMP ALC FILTER 24 31 CCD VCC

HOR./BUS VCC 25 30 CLOCK(4MHz) OUTPUT

HOR. AFC FILTER 26 29 VCO IREF

HORIZONTAL OUTPUT 27 28 FBP INPUT

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Appendix
TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE
1. NO POWER

Check
F801(7W, 2.2)

L801

D881
D883
C810
R801

D884

D882
C811 D804 R821
FB01 OCP
C818 + +
R822
C819
125V 4A
Check
F801(125V/4A)
R814 R813
+133V
+ L805 +
C820
T801 C814
TSM-3541T8 Check
Voltage
#4 C813
+133V
R807
+ Check
#12 D807 voltage
L807
#3
C804 D824
C841 +45V

#2
#13 +45V L841 D841
+
+12V
Check C815 (Sound)
Waveform
L811 #14 Check
R817
Voltage
C832
Drain Q805
7

+5V
C809 #9 +13.5V
Source D813 + R819 +
/OCL (St-By)
6

R891 #6 C812
C876
I801 MR2520

Vin R892
5

D810 #10 +12V D812


R870 R879 R878
R805 #5

Vcc
4

+
#11 R869
C807
Check
GND
3

R872 C871 Voltage


Q806

F/B I803
2

+5V
8

C892 C893
1

I806
LTV817 D871 R868 (H Vcc)
Z/C R826
1

2
7

C891
I804
D811 D805 R874
LTV827
3
6

R824
D806 R873 R875
I805
LTV817
5

Q871

R827 Q873 R877 (Micom Power on/off)


PWR on : H
R876
PWR off : L

8
Appendix TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE

2. NO PICTURE
NG : GO to the figure c
Check the waveform of I101 #46
OK : Go the figure d

1701
MICOM

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3. NO SOUND

NG : Go to the figure e
Check audio output signal of I101 #1
OK : Go to the figure f g

1701
MICOM

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4. CH DONT MEMORY or SKIP

NG : Loss of signal or weak signal


Check the input signal conditions
OK : Go to the figure h

Check
T-SDA/SCL
4

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Appendix TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE

5. NO COLOR

6
check
the Voltage (3.4V)

+
#36

6. NO VERTICAL DEFLECTION

12
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7. NO ON-SCREEN DISPLAY

8. REMOTE CONTROL DOES NOT OPERATE

13
INSTRUCTION MANUAL

Color Television

DTQ 13V1FC DTQ 13V6FC

DTQ 19V1FC DTQ 19V6FC

DTQ 13V4FC DTQ 13U1FC

DTQ 19V4FC DTQ 19U1FC

DTQ 13V5FC DTQ 14U5FC

DTQ 19V5FC
CAUTION
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
DO NOT OPEN

CAUTION : TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK,


DO NOT REMOVE COVER (OR BACK)
NO USER-SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE.
REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL.

The lightning flash with arrowhead symbol, within an equilateral triangle, is intended to
alert the user to the presence of uninsulated dangerous voltage within the products
enclosure that may be of sufficient magnitude to constitute a risk electric shock.

The exclamation point within an equilateral triangle is intended to alert the user to the
presence of important operating and servicing instructions in the literature accompanying
the appliance.

WARNING
TO PREVENT FIRE OR SHOCK HAZARD, DO NOT EXPOSE THIS APPLIANCE TO RAIN OR
MOISTURE.

CAUTION
CHANGES OR MODIFICATIONS NOT EXPRESSLY APPROVED BY THE MANUFACTURER
COULD VOID THE USERS AUTHORITY TO OPERATE THE EQUIPMENT.

NOTE TO CATV SYSTEM INSTALLER


THIS REMINDER IS PROVIDED TO CALL THE CATV SYSTEM INSTALLERS ATTENTION TO
ARTICLE 820-40 OF THE NEC THAT PROVIDES GUIDELINES FOR PROPER GROUNDING AND,
IN PARTICULAR, SPECIFIES THAT THE CABLE GROUND SHALL BE CONNECTED TO THE
GROUNDING SYSTEM OF THE BUILDING, AS CLOSE TO THE POINT OF CABLE ENTRY AS
PRACTICAL.

CAUTION
The AC power cord provided with this product is polarized (one blade wider than the other).
To prevent electrical shock, match wide blade of plug to wide slot, fully insert the AC plug into a stan-
dard 120V~, 60Hz polarized outlet.

NOTE
Never connect the plug to an electrical source other than one providing 120V~, 60Hz power. Use only the
attached power cord. If the polarized AC cord does not fit into a non-polarized outlet, do not cut or file the
blade. You are responsible for having the obsolete outlet replaced with a polarized outlet.
If you feel a static discharge when touching the unit, and the unit does not function, simply unplug the unit
from the outlet. When you plug the unit back in, it should work normally.
Do not install power cords near any heating element or cooking appliances.
Daewoo Electronics
America Inc.
120 Chubb Avenue,
Lyndhurst, NJ 07071

Dear Customer :
Daewoo Electronics America Inc. would like to thank you for choosing this color television receiver. It incor-
porates a host of features designed to give you excellent performance for many years to come.
We realize that youre eager to turn it on and begin enjoying the high-quality pictures it delivers just as quick-
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tions, this unit should give you many years of viewing pleasure.
If for any reason it does not, we want to hear about it. Please write to us at the address above. Daewoo always
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In addition to TV receivers, Daewoo produces a full line of audiovisual products built to the same high
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Here are a few tips that will keep your TV receiver looking great and performing for years to come.
Avoid putting it in excessively hot locations. Damage to the cabinet or premature component failures can
result.
There are ventilation holes in the bottom and rear of the cabinet. Make sure that they remain unobstructed.
Do not place the receiver on top of a thick cloth.
If you dont plan to use the receiver for several days, its a good idea to unplug it from the power outlet.
Many common household cleaning agents, sprays, solvents, and polishes will cause permanent damage to
the surface of the cabinet. The best cleaning agents are mild soap and a damp cloth.
Again, thank you for choosing this Daewoo product. We have employed advanced engineering techniques in
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CONTENTS

Table of Contents
Important Safeguards 2
Chapter 1: Overview of Your Equipment 4
Your TV's Front Panel 4
Your TV's Back Panel 5
Your Remote Control 6
Installing your remote control batteries 7
Notes 7

Chapter 2: Connecting an Antenna or Cable to Your TV 8


Connecting an Antenna 8
Connecting a Cable System 9
Connecting Other Pieces of Equipment 10
Safety Note 10

Chapter 3: Operating Your TV 11


Turning your TV On 11
Programming Your TV's Channel Memory 11
Changing Channels 12
Changing the Volume 12
Changing the TVs Channel Memory 13
Adding/Deleting a channel to memory 13
Displaying the Current Channel 13
Changing the TVs Input 14
Adjusting Video Settings 15
Returning to the factory settings 16
Descriptions of video settings 16

Chapter 4: Using Timer Functions 17


Setting the Clock 17
Setting the Wake-Up Time 17
Setting the Off Time 18
Canceling the Wake-Up Time or Off Time 18
Setting the Sleep Timer 19

Chapter 5 : Additional Features 20


Changing the Language of the On-Screen Menus 20
Captioning 20
CC on Mute 21
Power Restore 21
Parental Control Settings 22
Description of Parental Control Settings 23

Chapter 6 : Troubleshooting 24

Warranty 25

Table of Contents 1
S A F E T Y

IMPORTANT SAFEGUARDS
PLEASE READ ALL THESE INSTRUCTIONS REGARDING YOUR TELEVISION EQUIPMENT AND
RETAIN FOR FUTURE REFERENCE. FOLLOW ALL WARNINGS AND INSTRUCTIONS MARKED
ON THE TV RECEIVER.

1 Read all of these instructions. 7 Slots and openings in the cabinet and the back
2 Save these instructions for later use. or bottom are provided for ventilation and to
ensure reliable operation of the television
3 Unplug this television equipment from the wall
equipment; and to protect it from overheating,
outlet before cleaning. Do not use liquid clean-
these opening, must not be blocked or covered.
ers or aerosol cleaners. Use a damp cloth for
The opening should never be blocked by plac-
cleaning.
ing the television equipment on a bed, sofa, rug,
4 Do not use attachments not recommended by or other similar surface. (This equipment should
the television equipment manufacturer as they never be placed near or over a radiator or heat
may result in the risk of fire, electric shock or register.) This television equipment should not
other personal injury. be placed in a built-in installation such as a
5 Do not use this television equipment near bookcase unless proper ventilation is provided.
water, for example, near a bathtub, washbowl, 8 This television equipment should be operated
kitchen sink, or laundry tub, in a wet basement, only from the type of power source indicated on
or near a swimming pool, or the like. the marking label. If you are not sure of the
6 Do not place this television equipment on an type of power supplied to your home, consult
unstable cart, stand, or table. The television your television dealer or local power company.
equipment may fall, causing serious injury to a 9 This television equipment is equipped with a
child or adult, and serious damage to the equip- polarized alternating current line plug (a plug
ment. Use only with a cart or stand recom- having one blade wider than the other). This
mended by the manufacturer, or sold with the plug will fit into the power outlet only one way.
television equipment. Wall or shelf mounting This is a safety feature. If you are unable to
should follow the manufacturer's instructions, insert the plug fully into the outlet, try reversing
and should use a mounting kit approved by the the plug. If the plug should still fail to fit, con-
manufacturer. tact your electrician to replace your obsolete
6A An appliance and cart combination should be outlet. Do not defeat the safety purpose of the
moved with care. Quick stops, excessive force, polarized plug.
and uneven surfaces may cause the appliance 10 Do not allow anything to rest on the power
and cart combination to overturn. cord. Do not locate this television equipment
where the cord will be abused by persons walk-
ing on it.
11 Follow all warnings and instructions marked on
the television equipment.
12 For added protection for this television equip-
ment during a lightning storm, or when it is left
unattended and unused for long periods of time,
unplug it from the wall outlet and disconnect
the antenna or cable system. This will prevent
damage to the equipment due to lightning and
power-line surges.

2 Important Safeguards
13 An outside antenna system should not be locat- (f) When the television equipment exhibits a
ed in the vicinity of overhead power lines or distinct change in performance - this indi-
other electric light or power circuits, or where it cates a need for service.
can fall into such power lines or circuits. When 18 When replacement parts are required, be sure
installing an outside antenna system, extreme the service technician has used replacement
care should be taken to keep from touching such parts specified by the manufacturer that have
power lines or circuits as contact with them the same characteristics as the original part.
might be fatal. Unauthorized substitutions may result in fire,
14 Do not overload wall outlets and extension electric shock or other hazards.
cords as this can result in fire or electric shock. 19 Upon completion of any service or repairs to
15 Never push objects of any kind into this televi- this television equipment, ask the service tech-
sion equipment through openings as they may nician to perform safety checks to determine
touch dangerous voltage points or short-out that the television is in a safe operating condi-
parts that could result in a fire or electric shock. tion.
Never spill liquid of any kind on the television 20 If an outside antenna or cable system is con-
equipment. nected to the television receiver, be sure the
16 Do not attempt to service this television equip- antenna or cable system is grounded so as to
ment yourself as opening or removing covers provided some protection against voltage
may expose you to dangerous voltage or other surges and built-up static charges.
hazards. Refer all servicing to qualified service Section 810 of the National Electrical Code,
personnel. ANSI/NFPA N0.70-1984, provides information
17 Unplug this television equipment from the wall with respect to proper grounding of the mast
outlet and refer servicing to qualified service and supporting structure, grounding of the
personnel under the following conditions: lead-in wire to an antenna discharge unit, size
(a) When the power-supply cord or plug is dam- of grounding conductors, location of
aged or frayed. antenna-discharge unit, connection to ground-
ing electrodes, and requirements for the ground-
(b) If liquid has been spilled, or objects have fall-
ing electrode.
en into the television equipment.
(c) If the television equipment has been exposed
to rain or water.
(d) If the television equipment does not operate
normally by following the operating instruc-
tions. Adjust only those controls that are cov-
ered by the operating instructions as an
improper adjustment of other controls may
result in damage and will often require exten-
sive work by a qualified technician to restore
the TV receiver to its normal operation.
(e) If the television equipment has been
dropped or the cabinet has been damaged.

Important Safeguards 3
CHAPTER 1

Overview of Your Equipment


Your TV comes with a remote control. The section below summarizes the buttons, controls, and ter-
minals that you will use with your TV.

Your TV's Front Panel

CH VOL MENU STAND-BY VIDEO AUDIO EAR PHONE

POWER

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

1 POWER
Uso this button to turn your TV on or off.

2 WCHV V
Use these buttons to change channels on your TV, or to select items in the menu system.

3 CVOLB B
Use these buttons to change your TV's volume, to activate selections in the menu system, or to
change audio and video settings.

4 MENU
Use this button to turn the TV's menu system on and off.

5 STAND-BY(red) indicator
This indicator lights up when the power is off.

6 Remote control receiver


This receiver receives a signal from your remote control. Do not block it.

7 VIDEO IN jack
Use this jack to receive a video signal from another A/V component.

8 AUDIO IN jack
Use this jack to receive an audio signal from another A/V component.

9 EAR PHONE jack


Use this jack to receive an audio signal from your TV.

4 Chapter 1 : Overview of Your Equipment


Your TV's Back Panel

;;;;
ANT VIDEO AUDIO

1 ;;;;2 3

1 Antenna terminal(ANT)
Use this terminal to attach an antenna or cable system to your TV.

2 VIDEO IN
This terminal allows the TV to receive a video signal from another component, such as a VCR.

3 AUDIO IN
This terminal allows the TV to receive an audio signal from another component, such as a VCR.

Chapter 1 : Overview of Your Equipment 5


Your Remote Controls
R-43A01, 08 R-43A02, 03

2 1 2 1
3 3
4 4
4 4
5 5
3 3

9 9

10 11 10 11

6 8 6 8
7 7

1. POWER 7. INPUT, INPUT/GAME


Use this button to turn your TV on or off. Use this button to select TV or VIDEO mode.
2. MUTE 8. VIDEO
Use to turn the TV's sound on and off. Use this button to display video adjustment
items.
3. VCHW
Use these buttons to change channels on 9. 0-9
your TV, or select items in the menu system. Use these buttons to change channels.
4. CVOLB 10. SLEEP
Use these buttons to change your TV's Use this button to program the TV to turn off
volume, to activate selections in the menu after a certain time.
system, or to change audio and video 11. PREVIOUS
settings. Use this button to return to the previous
5. MENU channel you were watching.
Use this button to turn the TV's menu system
on and off.
6. DISPLAY
Use this button to display the channel number
and status.

6 Chapter 1 : Overview of Your Equipment


Installing your remote control batteries
1 Open the battery compartment on the back of the remote control.
2 Install two AA-size batteries (not included) as shown. Make sure the + and - terminals are
oriented correctly.
3 Replace the cover.

Notes
Do not mix different types of batteries, or mix an old and a new battery.
Remove and replace weak batteries. Weak batteries can leak and damage your controller. Dispose
of batteries properly; never throw them into a fire.
Point your remote at the receiver on the center of the front of the TV. Make sure the receiver is not
blocked.
The remote control can operate up to 30 feet away from the TV, if you are directly facing the front
of the TV. Operating distance diminishes as you move to the sides of the TV.

Chapter 1 : Overview of Your Equipment 7


CHAPTER 2

Connecting an Antenna or Cable to Your TV


Your TV will provide you with the best performance if you connect it to an external antenna or
cable system. Follow the directions below make this connection. Please note that you will normally
only have to make one of the connections shown below, not all of them.

All connections will be made to the antenna terminal on the back of your TV. The antenna terminal
is a silver metal post partially surrounded by two plastic tabs. For help in locating the antenna termi-
nal, see Your TV's Back Panel on page 5.

Connecting an Antenna
If your antenna ends in a single coaxial lead, simply
press or screw the cable onto the antenna terminal on the
back of your TV.

If your antenna ends in a pair of 300 ohm twin leads, you must use a 300-ohm/75-ohm
adapter(available at your local electronics store). Place the leads underneath the screws on the
adapter, tighten the screws, then press the adapter onto the antenna terminal on the back of the TV.

8 Chapter 2 : Connecting an Antenna or Cable to Your TV


Antennas with two sets of leads
You might have two sets of leads from your antenna system, especially if you have one antenna for
VHF signals and one antenna for UHF signals.
If your antenna system has both a coaxial lead and twin 300-ohm leads, you must obtain a combin-
er (available at your local electronics store). Press or screw the coaxial lead onto the combiner; place
the twin leads underneath the screws on the combiner and tighten the screws. Press the cable from
combiner onto the antenna terminal on the back of your TV.

If your antenna system has two sets of twin 300-ohm leads, you must obtain a combiner (available
at your local electronics store). Place one set of twin leads underneath the screws on the combiner
and tighten the screws. Do the same with the other set of twin leads. Press the cable from the com-
biner onto antenna terminal on the back of your TV.

Connecting a cable system


If your cable set-up is not described below, please
contact your cable company for more information.
If your cable system does not require the use of a
cable box, simply press or screw the incoming cable
onto the antenna terminal on the back your TV.

Chapter 2 : Connecting an Antenna or Cable to Your TV 9


If your cable system requires you to use a converter box for all channels, connect the incoming
cable to the IN terminal on the converter box. Connect another cable between the OUT terminal on
the converter box and the antenna terminal on the TV. You will need to keep your TV tuned to
channel 3 or 4 and change channels using the converter box.

Converter Box
OUT
IN

If your cable system only requires you to use a converter box for some channels (i. e. pay-TV
channels),follow these steps: Find the primary incoming coaxial cable. Plug this cable into a splitter
(available at your local electronics store). Connect one coaxial cable between one OUT terminal on
the splitter and the IN terminal on the converter box. Connect another coaxial cable between the
other OUT terminal on the splitter and the B-IN terminal on an A/B switch (available at your local
electronics store.) Connect a third coaxial cable between the OUT terminal on the converter box and
the A-IN terminal on the A/B switch. Finally, connect a coaxial cable between the OUT terminal on
the A/B switch and the antenna terminal on the back of your TV.

B
OUT

IN

OUT
IN
OUT

IN

IN OUT
Converter Box

When the A/B switch is in the A position, you need to change channels on the converter box (and
your TV should be tuned to channel 3 or 4); when the A/B switch is in the B position you can
change channels on the TV.

Connecting Other Pieces of Equipment


You may want to connect a VCR, laser disc player, satellite receiver, or another type of equipment
to your TV. We recommend that you follow the instructions included with the piece of equipment
you wish to connect.

Safety Note
If you plan on being away from your home for an extended period of time, or if a thunderstorm is
approaching, you should unplug your television, and you may wish to disconnect your TV from a
rooftop or satellite antenna. You do not need to disconnect your TV from a cable system.

10 Chapter 2 : Connecting an Antenna or Cable to Your TV


CHAPTER 3

Operating Your TV
Once you have connected your TV to an antenna or cable system, plugged the TV in, and put batter-
ies in the remote, you are ready to use the TV. The first thing you should do is program your TV so
it memorizes all of available channels.

Turning Your TV On
1 To turn your TV on, press the POWER button on the remote control. You
can also use the POWER button on the front panel. Make sure your TV is
plugged in before you try to turn it on.

Programming Your TV's Channel Memory


Your TV's memory determines the channels that are available using the VCHW buttons. If a chan-
nel is not in memory, you can tune to it with the number buttons, but not with the VCHW buttons.
Follow these steps to program your TV's memory:

1 With the TV on, press the MENU button twice, then Set-Upmenu will appear.

2 Use the VCHW buttons to select Reception, then use the CVOLB buttons to select Air or
Cable. If you connected an antenna to your TV, select Air; If you connected a cable system,
select Cable.

3 Use the VCHW buttons to select Memorize Channels, then use the CVOLB buttons to enter
the Memorize Channels process. Again press the CVOLB buttons to begin.

4 Press the MENU button to return to Set-Up menu.

5 Press the MENU button three times to return to normal TV viewing.

Your TV's channel memory will not be affected by a power outage. You will not need to re-program
the memory unless you change the type of cable or antenna connected to your TV.

1 2 3-1
Set-Up Set-Up Set-Up
Language : English Language : English Language : English
Reception : Air Reception : Air Reception : Air
Memorize Channels Memorize Channels Memorize Channels
Add/Delete Channels Add/Delete Channels Add/Delete Channels
Input : TV Input : TV Input : TV

Select Adjust Next Select Adjust Next Select Adjust Next

3-2 4 5
Memorize Channels Set-Up
Air 11 Language : English
Memorizing all air channels. Reception : Air
Please, stand by. Memorize Channels
Add/Delete Channels
Input : TV

Press MENU to cancel and


return to Set-Up menu. Select Adjust Next

Chapter 3 : Operating Your TV 11


Changing Channels
You can change channels in three ways:
1 The VCHW buttons will take you through all memorized channels,
1 one by one. The VCHW buttons will not access channels that have
not been programmed into the TV's memory. For more information
2 about programming channels into memory, see the section
3 Programming your TV's Channel Memory on the previous page.
2 The number buttons (0-9) will take you to any channel, even if it has
not been memorized. To change to a channel, enter its number; the
TV will tune to the new channel when you enter the second digit of
the channel.
3 The PREVIOUS button will take you instantly to the last channel
you were watching.

Changing the Volume


1 To change the volume of the TV set, use the CVOLB buttons on
the remote or on the front panel.
1 2 To quickly turn off the sound, press the MUTE button on the remote.
The MUTE will appear on screen, colored green. To return the vol-
2
ume to its previous level, press MUTE again.

12 Chapter 3 : Operating Your TV


Changing the TV's Channel Memory
Your TV's memory determines the channels that are available using the VCHW buttons. You can
add channels to this memory or remove them from memory. If a channel is removed from memory,
you can tune to it with the number buttons, but you cannot tune to it with the VCHW buttons.
If there are just one channel memorized, then the Add/Delete Channels function will search the
whole channels. But if there are two or more channel memorized, then the Add/Delete Channels
function will search the memorized channels only.

Adding/Deleting a channel to memory


1 Use the number buttons to tune to the channel.
2 Press the MENU button twice, then Set-Upmenu will display.
3 Use the VCHW buttons to select Add/Delete Channels, then use the CVOLB buttons to
enter the Add/Delete Channels process.
4 If the channel is not in memory, then use the CVOLB buttons to add the channel from memory.
5 If the channel is in memory, then use the CVOLB buttons to delete the channel from memory.
6 If you are going to delete other channel, then press the VCHW buttons until desired channel is
selected. And press the CVOLB buttons to delete the channel.
7 Wait 10 seconds, or press the MENU button to return to normal TV viewing.

1 2 3
11 Set-Up Set-Up
Language : English Language : English
Reception : Air Reception : Air
Memorize Channels Memorize Channels
Add/Delete Channels Add/Delete Channels
Input : TV Input : TV

Select Adjust Next Select Adjust Next

4 5 6
Add/Delete Channels Add/Delete Channels Add/Delete Channels
Air 11 Air 11 Air 11
This channel is not in memory. This channel is in memory. This channel is in memory.
Press VOL to add. Press VOL to delete. Press VOL to delete.
Press CH for other channels. Press CH for other channels. Press CH for other channels.

Press MENU to return Press MENU to return Press MENU to return


to Set-Up menu. to Set-Up menu. to Set-Up menu.

Displaying the Current Channel


1 To quickly see the current channel number and status, press DISPLAY button on
the remote control.
The current channel number and status will be displayed.

Chapter 3 : Operating Your TV 13


Changing the TV's Input
Normally, your TV displays the signal coming through the antenna terminal. However, If youve
connected another component to your TV(such as a VCR) using the Video/Audio input, you will
want to be able to view the signal from the component.
To do this, you will need to switch from the TV input to the Line Input, as follows.
1 With the TV on, press the MENU button twice, then Set-Up menu will appear.
2 Use the VCHW buttons to select Input .
3 Press the CVOLB buttons to change from TV to Line .
4 Wait 10 seconds, or press the MENU button to return to normal TV viewing.

1 2 3
Set-Up Set-Up Set-Up
Language : English Language : English Language : English
Reception : Air Reception : Air Input : Line
Memorize Channels Memorize Channels
Add/Delete Channels Add/Delete Channels
Input : TV Input : TV

Select Adjust Next Select Adjust Next Select Adjust Next

When it connected an Video/Audio cable from the Video/Audio out jack on the VCR to the
Video/Audio in jack on the front your TV, and your TVs back panel at the same time, the former
takes precedence of the latter.

14 Chapter 3 : Operating Your TV


Adjusting Video Settings
You may wish to adjust the video settings (e. g. contrast or color) to obtain the most pleasing pic-
ture. To do so, follow these directions:
1 With the TV on, press the MENU button. then Video menu will appear.
2 The Settings item will be selected. Use the CVOLB buttons to turn Settings to Preset or
Custom.
3 Use the VCHW buttons to select the video setting you wish to adjust. Descriptions of the video
settings are on the next page.
4 Use the CVOLB buttons to adjust the video setting to the level you prefer.
5 Use the VCHW buttons to select another video setting to adjust.
6 When you are finished, press the MENU button to return to normal TV viewing.

1 2 3
Video Video Video
Settings : Custom Settings : Preset Settings : Preset
Contrast Contrast Contrast
Brightness Brightness Brightness
Sharpness Sharpness Sharpness
Color Color Color
Tint Tint Tint
Select Adjust Next Select Adjust Next Select Adjust Next

4 5 6

Contrast Brightness

Chapter 3 : Operating Your TV 15


Returning to the factory settings
If you would like to return to the original video settings, as they were calibrated at the factory, fol-
low these steps :
1 With the TV on, press the MENU button. then Video menu will appear.
2 Press the CVOLB buttons to set the Settings to Preset.
The TV will remember the Custom settings you had previously chosen. When you set Settings
to Custom again, your previous custom settings will be restored.

1 2
Video Video
Settings : Custom Settings : Preset
Contrast Contrast
Brightness Brightness
Sharpness Sharpness
Color Color
Tint Tint

Select Adjust Next Select Adjust Next

Descriptions of video settings

The contrast setting controls the relation between the light and black areas of the screen. If the light
areas are too bright and are losing details, press the CVOL button; if the picture is gray and lacks
contrast, press the VOLB button.

The brightness settings controls the overall amount of light in the picture. If the picture is too bright,
press the CVOL button; if the picture is too dark, press the VOL B button.

Sharpness controls how the TV displays edges of objects on-screen. If the TV shows multiple verti-
cal lines at the edges of an object, press the CVOL button; if the vertical edges of on-screen objects
are fuzzy, press the VOLB button.

The color setting controls the intensity of color. If the color is over-saturated, press the CVOL but-
ton; if the color is washed out, press the VOLB button.

The tint setting controls the relationship of red and green in a picture. Tint is especially noticeable in
flesh tones. If flesh tones seem too red or purple, press the VOLB button; if flesh tones are too
green, press the CVOL button.

16 Chapter 3 : Operating Your TV


CHAPTER 4

Using Timer Functions


Your TV has a built in-clock, and you can set the TV to turn on and off at times that you select. You
can also set your TV to turn off after counting down a certain amount of time.

Setting the Clock


1 With the TV turned on, press the MENU button until Time menu will be displayed.
2 The Set Clock item will be selected. Press the CVOLB buttons to set the clock.
If you hold down either CVOL or VOLB button, the corresponding numbers will change more
quickly.
3 When the clock is set correctly, use the VCHW buttons to select another Time function, or
press the MENU button to return to normal TV viewing.

1 2 3
Time Time Time
Set Clock : : Set Clock : 1 2 : 00 AM Set Clock : 1 2 : 00 AM
Wake-Up time : : Wake-Up time : : Wake-Up time : :
Off time : : Off time : : Off time : :
Sleep Timer : 0 min Sleep Timer : 0 min Sleep Timer : 0 min

Select Adjust Next Select Adjust Next Select Adjust Next

Settings the Wake-Up Time


If you enter a time in the Wake-Up time setting, your TV will automatically turn on at that time.
Follow these instructions to set the Wake-Up time.
After Wake-up Timer turned on the TV set, if user do not input the user control (e.g. remote CH or
VOL key) within 15 minutes, the TV set will turn off automatically. If user input the user control
within 15 minutes, the TV set will turn on continuously.
It is safety feature for prevent from any kind of problem without human control.

1 With the TV turned on, press the MENU button until Time menu will be displayed.
2 Use the VCHW buttons to select Wake-Up time item.
3 If you hold down either CVOL or VOLB button, the corresponding numbers will change more
quickly.
4 When the setting is correct, use the VCHW buttons to select another Time function, or press
the MENU button to return to normal TV viewing.

1 2 3
Time Time Time
Set Clock : 1 2 : 00 AM Set Clock : 1 2 : 00 AM Set Clock : 1 2 : 00 AM
Wake-Up time : : Wake-Up time : : Wake-Up time : 06 : 30 AM
Off time : : Off time : : Off time : :
Sleep Timer : 0 min Sleep Timer : 0 min Sleep Timer : 0 min

Select Adjust Next Select Adjust Next Select Adjust Next

Chapter 4: Using Timer Functions 17


Setting the Off Time
If you enter a time in the Off time setting, your TV will automatically turn off at that time. Follow
these instructions to set the Off time.

1 With the TV turned on, press the MENU button until Time menu will be displayed.

2 Use the VCHW buttons to select Off time item.

3 If you hold down either CVOL or VOLB button, the corresponding numbers will change more
quickly.

4 When the setting is correct, use the VCHW buttons to select another Time function, or press
the MENU button to return to normal TV viewing.

1 2 3
Time Time Time
Set Clock : 1 2 : 00 AM Set Clock : 1 2 : 00 AM Set Clock : 1 2 : 00 AM
Wake-Up time : 06 : 30 AM Wake-Up time : 06 : 30 AM Wake-Up time : 06 : 30 AM
Off time : : Off time : : Off time : 1 1 : 30 PM
Sleep Timer : 0 min Sleep Timer : 0 min Sleep Timer : 0 min

Select Adjust Next Select Adjust Next Select Adjust Next

Canceling the Wake-Up Time or Off Time


If you would like to cancel the Wake-up Time or the Off Time, Press the CVOLB buttons until the
time settings return to - -:- -.

The Wake-Up Time and Off Time will not function correctly unless the clock has been set.

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Setting the Sleep Timer
The sleep timer allows you to set an amount of time from 15 minutes to 120 minutes.
TV will count down the amount of time you set, then turn itself off.
To set the sleep timer:

1 With the TV turned on, press the MENU button until Time menu will be displayed.

2 Use the VCHW buttons to select Sleep Timer item.

3 Use the CVOLB buttons to set the sleep time. Each time you press VOL, you step between the
available sleep times : 15min, 30min, 45min, 60min, 90min, and 120min.

4 When the setting is correct, use the VCHW buttons to select another Time function, or press
the MENU button to return to normal TV viewing.

5 You can also set the Sleep Timer during normal TV viewing, simply by pressing the SLEEP
button on the remote control. This button steps through the available sleep times(see step 3), one
by one.

To cancel the Sleep timer, turn the TV off, or set the sleep time to 0 using one of the methods
described above.

1 2 3
Time Time Time
Set Clock : 1 2 : 00 AM Set Clock : 1 2 : 00 AM Set Clock : 1 2 : 00 AM
Wake-Up time : 06 : 30 AM Wake-Up time : 06 : 30 AM Wake-Up time : 06 : 30 AM
Off time : 1 1 : 30 PM Off time : 1 1 : 30 PM Off time : 1 1 : 30 PM
Sleep Timer : 0 min Sleep Timer : 0 min Sleep Timer : 60 min

Select Adjust Next Select Adjust Next Select Adjust Next

Chapter 4 : Using Timer Functions 19


CHAPTER 5

Additional Features
This section contains descriptions of the more advanced features of your TV.

Changing the Language of the On-screen Menus


You can choose to display the on-screen menus in English, Spanish, French.
To change the on-screen language:

1 With the TV on, press the MENU button twice, then Set-Up menu will appear.

2 The Language item will be selected. Press the CVOLB buttons to select the language you
want to use: English, Spanish, French.

3 To return normal TV viewing, press the MENU button to return to normal TV viewing.
1
Set-Up
Language : English
Reception : Air
Memorize Channels
Add/Delete Channels
Input : TV

Select Adjust Next

Captioning
Many TV shows contains Closed Captions. These captions are hidden words that can be dis-
played on your TV screen. There are two types of these words : captions usually follow the action
on-screen, providing a written version of the dialogue, narration, and sound effects ; text is not
usually related to the action on-screen, often providing information such as news or weather. A TV
program might be providing more than one set of captions or one set of text.

To set your TV to display captions or text.

1 With the TV turned on, press the MENU button until Special menu will be displayed.

2 The Closed Caption item be selected. To turn captioning on, use the CVOLB buttons to select
Captions (C1 or C2) or Text (T1 or T2).
At the time these instructions were written, only C1 is normally available, but feel free to try the
other selections.

3 Wait 10 seconds, or press the MENU button to return to normal TV viewing.


Your setting will remain intact until you change it.

20 Chapter 5 : Additional Features


CC on Mute
When the sound is muted, user can select the caption display. It will display the caption content
instead of sound mute.

1 With the TV turned on, press the MENU button until Special menu will be displayed.

2 Use the VCHW buttons to select CC on Mute item.

3 Use the CVOLB buttons to select C1 or C2.

Power Restore
User can select the On/Off status when the power cord put into the wall outlet. If user have a cable
box with AC outlet, then user can connect the TV power cord to the AC outlet and control the TV
without TV remote control. This function is rarely used for home use, so special care is needed
while using.

1 With the TV turned on, press the MENU button until Special menu will be displayed.

2 Use the VCHW buttons select Power Restore item.

3 Use the CVOLB buttons to select On or Off.

Chapter 5 : Additional Features 21


Parental Control Settings
This item helps parents to set the standard for the programs which their children is going to watch.

1 With the TV on, press the MENU button until Special menu will appear.

2 Use the VCHW buttons to select Parental Control item.

3 Use the CVOLB buttons to enter into Parental Control settings.

4 Use the number buttons(0-9) to enter your password, then Parental Control menu will be dis-
played. If this is the first time you are using your Parental Control menu, after entering your
password you have to remember it.

5 The Parental Lock feature will be selected. Use the CVOLB buttons to toggle On or Off.

6 Use the VCHW buttons to select the Parental Control settings you wish to adjust.

Descriptions of the Parental Control settings are on the next page.

7 Use the CVOLB buttons to adjust the Parental Control settings.

8 Use the MENU button to return to the one level up menu.

1-1
Special
Closed Caption : Off
Enter a new Password Repeat the Password
CC on Mute : Off
Power Restore : Off ---- ####
Parental Control

0-9 : Adjust Prev. 0-9 : Adjust Prev.


Select Adjust Exit

1-2
Parental Control
Parental Lock : On
TV Guidelines
Movie Ratings
No Rating : Unblock
Ext. Source : Unblock
Change Password

Select Adjust Prev.

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Description of Parental Control Settings
1. The TV Guidelines set the standard for TV programs excluding sports and news.
Use the VCHW buttons to select, CVOLB buttons to adjust. You can set individual
settings with CVOLB buttons.
2. The Movie Ratings set the standard for movie, video, and other media excluding TV programs.
Use the VCHW buttons to select, CVOLB buttons to adjust.
3. The No Rating item toggles between Unblock and Block.
This item determines whether to block or not the programs which are not rated by
Movie Ratings and TV Guidelines.
Use VOL buttons to change the settings.
4. The Set Password item let you change the password for entering Parental Control item.
You had better change the initial password 0000. Use CVOLB buttons to enter the pass-
word input display, and use the number buttons(0-9) to enter new password. After you
entered the new password, confirmation display will appear. Type again the password.
1-1 1-2
Parental Control Rating All FV D L S V
Parental Lock : On
TV Guidelines TV-MA
Movie Ratings TV-14
No Rating : Unblock TV-PG
Ext. Source : Unblock TV-G
Change Password TV-Y7
TV-Y [ : Block]
Select Adjust Prev. Select Adjust Prev.

2-1 2-2
Parental Control
Parental Lock : On X
TV Guidelines NC-17
Movie Ratings R
No Rating : Unblock PG-13
Ext. Source : Unblock PG
Change Password G [ : Block]
NR
Select Adjust Prev. Select Adjust Prev.

3-1 4
Parental Control Parental Control
Parental Lock : On Parental Lock : On
TV Guidelines TV Guidelines
Movie Ratings Movie Ratings
No Rating : Unblock No Rating : Unblock
Ext. Source : Unblock Ext. Source : Unblock
Change Password Change Password

Select Adjust Prev. Select Adjust Prev.

Chapter 5 : Additional Features 23


CHAPTER 6

Troubleshooting
Your Daewoo television is designed to give you trouble-free performance for many years. If you
have a problem with your TV, try the solutions listed below.

If the suggestions listed below do not solve your problem, contact your Daewoo dealer or an autho-
rized Daewoo service center. You can also call Daewoo directly at 1-800-DAEWOO8.

There is no picture or sound, or the TV dosen't turn on.


Make sure the TV is plugged in.
Make sure the MUTE is not set.
Make sure the power is on.
If there is neither picture or sound, unplug the TV for 30 seconds, then plug it in and try again.
There is no picture or sound on some UHF channels.
Try another station. If the other stations are OK, it may be a station problem.
Check that the antenna is connected, is in good working order, has no broken wires, and is adjust-
ed correctly.
See if anything is interfering with the antenna signal.
Make sure the AIR/CABLE setting is correct.
The sound is OK, but the picture is poor.
Try another station. If the other stations are OK, it may be a station problem.
Check that the antenna is connected and is in good working order, has no broken wires, and is
adjusted correctly.
The picture is OK, but the sound is poor.
Try another station. If the other stations are OK, it may be a station problem.
Check that the antenna is connected, is in good working order, has no broken wires, and adjusted
correctly.
There is poor reception on some channels.
Try another station. If the other stations are OK, it may be a station problem.
Check that the antenna is connected, is in good working order, has no broken wires, and is adjust-
ed correctly.
You cannot tune to a cable channel.
Make sure the AIR/CABLE setting is correct.
The channel may not be programmed into memory.
The picture rolls, slants, shows lines, is grainy, has poor color, or has ghosts.
Try another station. If the other station are OK, it may be a station problem.
Check that the antenna is connected, is in good working order, has no broken wires, and is adjust-
ed correctly.
See of anything is interfering with the antenna signal.
The remote control does not work.
Make sure the TV is plugged in.
Make sure there are fresh batteries in the remote control.
Make sure there is nothing blocking the remote control signal.

24 Chapter 6 : Troubleshooting