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FILE NO.

SERVICE MANUAL Remote Control Color DS25204 (U.S.A.)


(SUPPLEMENT) Television (CANADA)
ORIGINAL VERSION

Chassis No. 25204-00

NOTE: Match the Chassis No. on


the units back cover with
the Chassis No. in the
Service Manual.

If the Original Version


Service Manual Chassis
No. does not match the
units, additional Service
Literature is required. You
must refer to Notices to
the Original Service Manual
prior to servicing the unit.
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THIS CHASSIS IS SIMILAR TO MODEL DS25320, CHASSIS NUMBER


25320-06. SERVICE INFORMATION GIVEN IN THIS MANUAL IS ONLY
THE DIFFERENCE INFORMATION FROM MODEL DS25320, CHASSIS
NUMBER 25320-06. FOR ADDITIONAL SERVICE INFORMATION, REFER
TO THE SERVICE MANUAL FOR CHASSIS NUMBER 25320-06 USED IN
MODEL DS25320 (SM780077-06).

G7KTM, PRODUCT CODE 111372295 REFERENCE No. SS780047


DIFFERENCES
MODEL DS25204 (Chassis No. 25204-00) SAME AS MODEL DS25320 (Chassis
No. 25320-06) EXCEPT:
1. IN THE CABINET / ACCESSORY PARTS LIST
MODEL DS25320 (Chassis No. 25320-06) MODEL DS25204 (Chassis No. 25204-00)
KEY NO.
Part No. Description Part No. Description
1 610 295 7488 CABINET FRONT ASSY 610 312 4469 CAB FRONT ASSY
5 610 295 7518 CABINET BACK 610 312 4544 CABINET BACK
7 610 295 7464 BUTTON UNIT 610 312 4438 BUTTON UNIT
645 051 8485 RC TRANSMITTER 645 065 6910 RC TRANSMITTER
610 309 7107 OWNERS MANUAL (ENG) 610 312 7484 OWNERS MANUAL (ENG)
610 309 7114 OWNERS MANUAL (SPA) 610 312 7491 OWNERS MANUAL (SPA)
610 309 7121 OWNERS MANUAL (FRE) 610 312 7507 OWNERS MANUAL (FRE)

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2. IN THE CHASSIS ELECTRICAL PARTS LIST
MODEL DS25320 (Chassis No. 25320-06) MODEL DS25204 (Chassis No. 25204-00)
KEY NO.
Part No. Description Part No. Description
T402 645 058 0529 TRANS, FLYBACK 645 065 9393 TRANS, FLYBACK
A100 610 304 9670 ASSY, PWB, MAIN 610 312 3813 ASSY, PWB, MAIN
645 052 6077 TUNER, U/V 645 063 9814 TUNER, U/V
A101
645 052 6091 TUNER, U/V 645 063 9821 TUNER, U/V
A700 610 304 9687 ASSY, PWB, CRT 610 312 3820 ASSY, PWB, CRT

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For parts or service contact
SANYO FISHER SERVICE
21605 Plummer Street
Chatsworth, CA 91311 (U.S.A.)
300 Applewood Crescent,
Concord, Ontario L4K 5C7 (CANADA)

March / 2004 / 2000 SMC Printed in U.S.A.


Notice AS
CORRECTION PRODUCTION CHANGE
SERVICE FLASH ADD INFORMATION FILE NO.

Please add this notice to the Service Manual listed below. REVISION 06

Category : COLOR TELEVISION Date: April / 15 / 2003

Model: DS25320 Effective from : Chassis No. 25320-06

Destination: U.S.A. / CANADA REF : No. SM780077

NOTE: Match the Chassis No. on the units back cover with the Chassis No. in the Service Manual.
If the Service Manual Chassis No. does not match the units, additional Service Literature
is required. This chassis is similar to Chassis No. 25320-00, however, all Service Information
is given in this Notice for Chassis No. 25320-06 used in Model DS25320.

Contents Specifications
Safety Instructions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 Power Rating . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 120V, 60Hz
Service Adjustments . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 - 8 78W (Avg), 2.0A (Max)
Service Hints . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 Antenna Input Impedance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 75
Purity and Convergence . . . . . . . . . 10 - 11 UHF/VHF/CATV
Mechanical Disassemblies. . . . . . . . . . . 12 Receiving Channel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 - 13 (VHF),
Chassis Electrical Parts List . . . . . . 13 - 18 14 - 69 (UHF),
Cabinet Parts List . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19 01, 14-94, 95-125 (CATV)
Component and Test Point Remote Ready . . . . . . . . . . 24 Key Remote Control
Locations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20 - 23 Sound Output . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.0 W/CH
Schematic Insert . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25 - 32 Intermediate Frequency
Schematic Notes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25 Picture IF Carrier . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45.75MHz
Pin Layouts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25 Sound IF Carrier . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41.25MHz
Capacitor and Resistor Codes . . . . . . 25 Color Sub Carrier . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42.17MHz
Block Diagram . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26 - 27 Picture Tube . . . . . . . . . . A63AHC26X/A63ADG36X
Voltage Charts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26 - 27 Semiconductors
Waveforms. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28 Integrated Circuits. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
Schematic Diagrams . . . . . . . . . . 29 - 32 Transistors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
Except within Tuner and RC Pre-Amp.
Cabinet Dimensions
Width . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 619mm
Height . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 570mm
Depth . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 517mm

DS25320, G7KGM, PRODUCT CODE 111358780 REFERENCE No. SM780077-06


SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS

SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
WARNING: The chassis of this receiver has a floating READING SHOULD NOT EXCEED 750 mV.
ground with the potential of one half the AC line voltage in AC VOLTMETER
(5000 ohms per volt or more sensitivity)
respect to earth ground. Service should not be attempted by
anyone not familiar with the precautions necessary when
working on this type of equipment.
The following precautions must be observed:
1. An isolation transformer must be connected in the power TELEVISION
line between the receiver and the AC line before any ser- RECEIVER
vice is performed on the receiver.

2. Comply with all caution and safety-related notes provid- Good earth ground
1500 ohm such as a water pipe,
ed on the side of the cabinet, inside the cabinet, on the 10 watt conduit, etc.
chassis, and the picture tube.

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


that all the protective devices are installed properly, such
0.15 F 150V AC
as control knobs, adjustment covers, shields and barriers.

DO NOT OPERATE THIS TELEVISION RECEIVER AC OUTLET


To be touched to all of exposed metal parts.
WITHOUT THE PROTECTIVE SHIELD IN POSITION AND Voltmeter Hook-up for Leakage Current Check.
PROPERLY SECURED.

4. Before replacing the back cover of the set, thoroughly


inspect the inside of the cabinet to see that no stray parts
or tools have been left inside.
X-RADIATION PRECAUTION
Before returning any television to the customer, the The primary source of X-RADIATION in solid-state receivers is
service technician must perform the following safety the picture tube. The picture tube is specially constructed to
checks to be sure that the unit is completely safe to limit X-Ray emission. For continued X-RADIATION protection,
operate without danger of electrical shock. the replacement tube must be the same type as the original
(including the suffix letter in the part numbers). Excessive high
ANTENNA COLD CHECK voltage may produce potentially hazardous X-RADIATION. To
Remove AC plug from the 120 VAC outlet and place a avoid such hazards, the high voltage must be maintained within
jumper across the two blades. Connect one lead of an ohm- specific limits. Refer to the X-RADIATION WARNING NOTE on
meter to the jumpered AC plug, and touch the other lead to the CHASSIS SCHEMATIC in this service manual for specific
each exposed antenna terminal (UHF and VHF antenna ter- high voltage limits. If the high voltage exceeds specified limits,
minals). The resistance must measure between 1M ohm and check the components specified on the chassis schematic
5.2M ohm. Any resistance value below or above this range diagram and take the necessary corrective action. Carefully
indicates an abnormality which requires corrective action. follow the instructions for the +B Voltage Check and the High
Voltage Check to maintain the high voltage within the specified
LEAKAGE CURRENT CHECK limits.
Plug the AC line cord directly into a 120 VAC outlet. (Do not
use an isolation transformer for this check.) Use an AC volt- HIGH VOLTAGE HOLD-DOWN TEST
meter, that has 5000 ohms per volt or more sensitivity. To prevent X-RADIATION from the picture tube due to
Connect a 1500 ohm 10 watt resistor, paralleled by a 0.15 F excessive high voltage, a HOLD-DOWN circuit is provided in
150 VAC capacitor, between a known good earth ground the high voltage circuit. Every time the receiver is serviced,
(water pipe, conduit, etc.) and all exposed metal parts of the the high voltage HOLD-DOWN circuit must be tested for
cabinet (antennas, handle bracket, metal cabinet, screw proper operation. Refer to the HIGH VOLTAGE HOLD-
heads, metal overlays, control shafts, etc.). Measure the AC DOWN TEST in service adjustments.
voltage across the 1500 ohm resistor. The AC voltage
should not exceed 750 mV. A reading exceeding 750 mV
PRODUCT SAFETY NOTICE
indicates that a dangerous potential exists. The fault must When replacing components in a receiver, always keep in
be located and corrected. Repeat the above test with the mind the necessary product safety precautions. Pay special
receiver power plug reversed. attention to the replacement of components marked with a
star () in the parts list and in the schematic diagrams. To
NEVER RETURN A RECEIVER TO THE CUSTOMER ensure safe product operation, it is necessary to replace
WITHOUT TAKING THE NECESSARY CORRECTIVE ACTION. those components with the exact same PARTS.

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

ON-SCREEN SERVICE MENU SYSTEM


1. Enter the Service Menu: ITEM NO. TITLE
While pressing the MENU key on the front control panel, reconnect the AC
power cord. The Service Menu Display will now appear. (See Figure 1.)
3C SCO
2. Service Adjustments: 0A 00001010
Press the or key to select the desired service menu item you want to
adjust. (See page 4 for On-screen Service Menu.)
BINARY DATA
Use the + or key or number keys to adjust the data. (8 bit)
The + or keys will increase or decrease the data sequentially. HEX DATA
The number keys (0 ~ 7) toggle only their respective bits between 1 and 0. Figure 1. Service Menu Display
3. Exit from the Service Menu:
Press the MENU key to turn off the Service Menu display.

IC802 (EEPROM) REPLACEMENT


When IC802 (EEPROM) is replaced, IC801 (CPU) will automatically write the initial reference data into IC802 for basic TV operation.
However, the bus data should be checked and some bus data should be set up before attempting the service adjustments.
(See pages 4 5 for detailed information.)

INITIAL BUS DATA SETUP


Note: When IC802 (EEPROM) is replaced, change the following initial reference data for proper TV operation before
attempting the service adjustments.
1. Disconnect the AC power cord (AC 120V line).
2. While pressing the MENU key on the front control panel, reconnect the AC power cord.
The Service Menu display will now appear.
3. Select No. 3C SCO (Sub Color) with or key. Adjust the data with + or key for 1D (hex).
4. Select No. 3D STI (Sub Tint) with or key. Adjust the data with + or key for 07 (hex).
5. Select No. 3F SSH (Sub Sharpness) with or key. Adjust the data with + or key for 05 (hex).
6. Select No. 42 VS (V Size) with or key. Adjust the data with + or key for 49 (hex).
7. Select No. 44 GRY7CRS5VLN (Gray / Cross B/W / V Lin) with or key. Adjust the data with + or key for 90 (hex).
8. Select No. 45 HBL5VSC with or key. Adjust the data with + or key for EE (hex).
9. Select No. 4B BGS5RGD4GD (B / RG / G Drive) with or key. Adjust the data with + or key for 0B (hex).
10. Select No. 4D SBI (Sub Bias) with or key. Adjust the data with + or key for 38 (hex).
11. Select No. 57 DCR4BSS2BSG (DC Reset / Black Stretch Start / Black Stretch Gain) with or key. Adjust the data with
+ or key for 02 (hex).
12. Select No. 58 AFC7CBP5 (Auto Flesh / Color BPF Bypass) with or key. Adjust the data with + or key for 80 (hex).
13. Select No. 60 HBL5 (H Blanking Left) with or key. Adjust the data with + or key for 00 (hex).
14. Select No. 83 OPT (AV Option) with or key. Adjust the data with + or key for 84 (hex).
15. Select No. 8E SBO (Sub Bright Offset) with or key. Adjust the data with + or key for 02 (hex).
16. Press the MENU key to turn off the Service Menu display.

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Table 1. ON-SCREEN SERVICE MENU
When IC802 (EEPROM) is replaced, check the bus data to confirm they are the same as below. The shaded menu should be
checked and be set up or readjusted according to the procedures described in the following pages. Initial Setup Data marked
with an * should be changed from Initial Reference Data. (See page 3 for Initial Bus Data Setup.)
INITIAL REFERENCE INITIAL SETUP INITIAL SETUP
No. TITLE FUNCTION
DATA HEX DATA HEX DATA BINARY
3C SCO 0A ID* 00011101 Sub Color
3D STI 05 07* 00000111 Sub Tint
3E SB 20 20 00100000 Sub Bright
3F SSH 12 05* 00000101 Sub Sharpness
40 AFC6HFR 9E 9E 10011110 AFC / Horizontal Frequency
41 HBS7HP 0F 0F 00001111 Horizontal Blanking / Horizontal Phase
42 VS 32 49* 01001001 Vertical Size
43 VSP7VPO 05 05 00000101 Vertical Sync Separator / Vertical Position
44 GRY7CRS5VLN 8E 90* 10010000 Gray Mode / Cross Black/White / Vertical Linearity
45 HBL5VSC EC EE* 11101110 Horizontal Blanking Right / Vertical S Correction
46 VC3CDM 28 28 00101000 Vertical Compression / Vertical Count Down
47 RB 00 00 00000000 Red Bias
48 GB 00 00 00000000 Green Bias
49 BB 00 00 00000000 Blue Bias
4A RD 40 40 01000000 Red Drive
4B BGS5RGD4GD 08 0B* 00001011 Blue Gamma / Red-Green Gamma / Green Drive Reduction
4C BD 40 40 01000000 Blue Drive
4D SBI 20 38* 00111000 Sub Bias
4E Not Used
4F Not Used
50 OSD 01 01 00000001 On Screen Display Contrast
51 BSD7CR6 40 40 01000000 Black Stretch / Coring
52 Not Used
53 Not Used
54 FLS 01 01 00000001 Y/C Filter Mode
55 GYA3CKO 02 02 00000010 G-Y Angle / Color Killer Operation
56 FBP6WP4PRE2CRG 4A 4A 01001010 FBP Blanking / W Peak Limit / Preshoot Adj / Coring Gain
57 DCR4BSS2BSG 08 02* 00000010 DC Reset / Black Stretch Start / Black Stretch Gain
58 AFC7CBP5 00 80* 10000000 Auto Flesh / Color Band Pass Filter
59 DIG6ABL5MSD4BAT 04 04 00000100 OSD D/A / ABL Defeat / Mid Stop / ABL Threshold
5A RYA 02 02 00000010 R-Y/B-Y Angle
5B Not Used
5C Not Used
5D RAD 0F 0F 00001111 RF AGC Delay
5E FMM7IAS 00 00 00000000 FM Mute / IF AGC
5F VL5FL 67 67 01100111 Video Level / FM Level
60 HBL5 E0 00* 00000000 Horizontal Blanking Left
83 OPT 04 84* 10000100 AV Option (See Note 3)
84 OP2 00 00 00000000 Game / V-Guide Option (See Note 4)
8D HR 13 13 00010011 Horizontal Display Position
8E SBO 03 02* 00000010 Sub Bright Offset
R40 R40 01000000 Red Drive Adjustment (See Note 1.)
8F DRV
B40 B40 01000000 Blue Drive Adjustment (See Note 1.)
- - - Red Bias Adjustment (See Note 2.)
90 - - - Green Bias Adjustment (See Note 2.)
- - Blue Bias Adjustment (See Note 2.)
B0 Not Used

F8 Not Used

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DRIVE AND BIAS ADJUSTMENTS PROGRAM CODE
Note 1. The microprossesor used in this model is a multi-purpose
Red/Blue Drive Adjustments in Service Menu NO. 8F DRV: type and is used in several different models. To ensure
Adjust Red and Blue Drive Levels alternately with 1, 3, 7, proper operation and the correct features for your
and 9 keys on the remote control. (See Figure 1.) The Drive particular model, the Program Code must be correct.
Level adjustment data will be written in the Service Menu
No. 4A RD and 4C BD automatically. Note 3.
Option Data (NO. 83 OPT) should be set to hexadecimal 84.
See page 3 INITIAL DATA SETUP step 14 for set up
1 2 3 FOR RED DRIVE ADJUSTMENT procedure. If this program code is wrong the TV will not
RD() (N/A) RD(+) operate properly.
4 5 6
(N/A) (N/A) (N/A)
DATA
7 8 9 FOR BLUE DRIVE ADJUSTMENT BIT FUNCTION
0 1
BD() (N/A) BD(+)
0, 1 NOT USED
Figure 1.
2 AV FUNCTION NO AV AV
3~7 NOT USED
Note 2.
Red/Green/Blue Bias Adjustments in Service Menu
Note 4.
NO. 90:
Option Data (NO. 84 OP2) should be set to hexadecimal 00.
Adjust each Bias Level with 1, 3, 4, 6, 7, or 9 key on the
If this program code is wrong the TV will not operate
remote control. (See Figure 2.) The Bias Level adjustment
properly.
data will be written in the Service Menu No. 47 RB,
No. 48 GB, and No. 49 BB automatically. DATA
BIT FUNCTION
0 1

0 VGUIDE YES NO
1 2 3 FOR RED BIAS ADJUSTMENT
RB() (N/A) RB(+) 1~7 NOT USED

4 5 6 8 GAME MODE NO YES


FOR GREEN BIAS ADJUSTMENT
GB() (N/A) GB(+)

7 8 9 FOR BLUE BIAS ADJUSTMENT


BB() (N/A) BB(+)

Figure 2.

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SERVICE ADJUSTMENTS (Continued)

ANTENNA CONNECTIONS GRAYSCALE ADJUSTMENT


This receiver is designed for UHF/VHF reception. A 75 ohm 1. Set the picture controls to the Auto levels (use MENU
terminal is provided for UHF and VHF receptions. When key and or key or RESET key).
connecting a CATV antenna system, connect the 75 ohm 2. Turn off the receiver and disconnect the AC power cord
coaxial cable directly to the 75 ohm terminal. For 300 ohm (120V AC line).
VHF antenna, use an adapter (not included with the TV set). 3. While pressing the MENU key, reconnect the AC power
cord. The Service Menu display will now appear.
CIRCUIT PROTECTION 4. Select NO. 47 RB (Red Bias), NO. 48 GB (Green Bias),
Fuse F601 (4A) is included in the AC line. This fuse must be and NO. 49 BB (Blue Bias) with or key and set each
replaced with the proper fuse (see Parts List). data to 00 with + or key.
CAUTION 5. Select NO. 4A RD (Red Drive) and NO. 4C BD (Blue Drive)
FOR CONTINUED PROTECTION AGAINST with or key and set each data to 40 with + or key.
A RISK OF FIRE, REPLACE ONLY WITH 6. Set NO. 3C SCO (Sub Color) data to 1D, NO. 3D STI (Sub
THE SAME TYPE 4A, 125V FUSE. Tint) to 07, NO. 3E SB (Sub Brightness) data to 20, NO. 3F
ATTENTION : POUR MAINTENIR LA PRO- SSH (Sub Sharpness) data to 05, and NO. 4B GD (Green
4A 125V TECTION CONTRE LES RISQUES Drive Reduction) data to 0B with or , and + or keys.
D INCENDIE UTILISER UN FUSIBLE DE 7. Turn Screen Control (T402) to minimum (fully counter-
RECHANGE DE MEME TYPE 4A, 125V. clockwise).
8. Select the Service Menu NO. 90 (Bias Adjustments No
+B VOLTAGE CHECK Vertical Sweep) with or key.
Connect Voltmeter + lead to TJ1 130V and lead to ground 9. Advance Screen Control (T402) clockwise to obtain just
(TE7). Connect receiver to AC 120V line. Tune receiver to an visible one color line. If line does not appear, place this
active channel. Reset the picture controls to the AUTO control to maximum (fully clockwise).
level. Voltage must measure between +128.0V and +132.0V. 10. Raise each Bias Level with 3, 6, and 9 keys to obtain just
If the voltage is out of this range, the power circuit must be visible white line. (See Figure 4.)
checked. No +B adjustment is provided on this chassis.
1 2 3 FOR RED BIAS ADJUSTMENT
RB() (N/A) RB(+)
HORIZONTAL CENTERING ADJUSTMENT
4 5 6 FOR GREEN BIAS ADJUSTMENT
1. Tune receiver to an active channel. GB() (N/A) GB(+)
2. Check that picture is in the horizontal center of TV screen. If
7 8 9 FOR BLUE BIAS ADJUSTMENT
picture is not centered horizontally, perform steps 3 ~ 6. BB() (N/A) BB(+)
3. Turn off the receiver and disconnect the AC power cord
(120V AC line). Figure 4. Remote Control Number keys functions in
4. While pressing the MENU key, reconnect the AC power Service Menu NO. 90
cord. The Service Menu display will now appear. 11. Select the Service Menu NO. 8F DRV (Drive Adjustments)
5. Select NO. 41 HPS7HP (Horiz. Phase) with or key. with or key.
6. Adjust the data with + or key for horizontal center. To 12. Adjust Red and Blue Drive Levels alternately with 1, 3,
turn off the Service Menu display, press the MENU key. 7, or 9 key to produce normal black and white picture in
highlight areas. (See Figure 5.)
VERTICAL SIZE ADJUSTMENT
1. Tune receiver to an active channel. 1 2 3 FOR RED DRIVE ADJUSTMENT
2. Check the vertical size of the picture. If the vertical size is RD() (N/A) RD(+)

too large or small, perform steps 3 ~ 6. 4 5 6


(N/A) (N/A) (N/A)
3. Turn off the receiver and disconnect the AC power cord
(120V AC line). 7 8 9 FOR BLUE DRIVE ADJUSTMENT
BD() (N/A) BD(+)
4. While pressing the MENU key, reconnect the AC power
cord. The Service Menu display will now appear. Figure 5. Remote Control Number keys functions in
5. Select NO. 42 VS (Vertical Size) with or key. Service Menu NO. 8F DRV
6. Adjust the data with + or key for full scan. To turn off
the Service Menu display, press the MENU key. 13. Check for proper grayscale at all brightness levels.
To turn off the Service Menu display, press the MENU key.
VERTICAL CENTERING ADJUSTMENT
Note: If Grayscale Adjustment is made after picture tube
1. Tune receiver to an active channel.
replacement, check Brightness Level Adjustment.
2. Check that picture is in the center of TV screen. If picture
center is too low, add resistor R513 (470 ohm, 1W). If picture
center is too high, add resistor R512 (470 ohm, 1W). FOCUS ADJUSTMENT
Adjust focus control (T402) for well defined scanning lines.

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VCO ADJUSTMENT HIGH VOLTAGE HOLD-DOWN TEST
Note: VCO must be adjusted after IC101 (Signal Every time the receiver is serviced, the HIGH VOLTAGE
Processor), IC802 (EEPROM) or T151 (VCO Coil) is HOLD-DOWN circuit must be tested for proper operation by
replaced. following these steps:

1. Tune receiver to an active channel. 1. Connect receiver to 120V AC line. Tune receiver to active
2. Set the picture controls to the Auto level. channel. Reset the picture controls to the Auto levels.
3. Connect digital voltmeter + lead to pin 58 (TP 10) of IC101 2. Check that the voltage measured between TP7 and TE7
and lead to ground (TE 7). (ground side) is within 16.5 VDC to 21 VDC. If the voltage
4. Confirm a reading of 3.6 0.2 VDC. is out of this range, the Hold-Down Circuit must be checked.
5. If voltage is out of specifications adjust T151 for 3. Connect a DC Voltage supply to TP7 and TE7 through a
3.6 0.2 VDC. 100 ohm 1/4W resistor. Adjust the DC voltage to 23 VDC.
The receiver should shutdown, losing raster and sound.
RF AGC ADJUSTMENT Then the receiver should turn off automatically. This
1. Tune receiver to strongest VHF station in your area. reaction indicates that the Hold-Down circuit is function-
2. Set contrast and brightness controls for maximum. ing properly. If the receiver does not shutdown, a
3. Turn off the receiver and disconnect the AC power cord malfunction is indicated and its cause must be found and
(120V AC line). corrected.
4. While pressing the MENU key, reconnect the AC power 4. To obtain picture again, remove the DC Supply and wait
cord. The Service Menu display will now appear. a few minutes. Now turn on the receiver.
5. Select NO. 5D RAD (RF AGC Delay) with or key.
6. Adjust the data with + or key in the direction which HIGH VOLTAGE CHECK
causes snow to appear; then in the opposite direction
Note: +B (+130V) Voltage Check and Grayscale Adjustment
until the snow just disappears.
must be completed before attempting High Voltage
7. To turn off the Service Menu display, press the MENU key.
Check.
BRIGHTNESS LEVEL ADJUSTMENT 1. Connect high voltage voltmeter lead to ground, and
Note: Grayscale, RF-AGC, Video Level, and High Voltage Check connect + lead to anode of picture tube.
must be adjusted before attempting Brightness Level 2. Tune receiver to an active channel and confirm TV is
Adjustment. operating properly.
3. Eliminate the beam current by adjusting the contrast and
1. Connect a color-bar generator to the antenna terminals.
brightness controls to minimum.
2. Switch the generator to the crosshatch pattern.
4. Confirm high voltage is within 27.4 KV and 31.9 KV. If
3. Reset the picture controls to the Auto levels.
reading is not within range, check horizontal circuit.
4. Connect voltmeter (high impedance) + lead to terminal
TP51 and lead to terminal TP50 on main board. Set No high voltage adjustment is provided on this chassis.
voltmeter for 1.5V ~ 3V range.
5. Turn off the receiver and disconnect the AC power cord
(120V AC line).
6. While pressing the MENU key, reconnect the AC power
cord. The Service Menu display will now appear.
7. Select NO. 3E SB (Sub Brightness) with or key.
8. Adjust the data with + or key for 820 mVDC.
9. Press the MENU key to turn off the Service Menu display.
10. Check brightness level on every active channel, readjust
(repeat steps 5 ~ 9), if necessary.
Note: Do not set to excessive brightness level, otherwise
the contrast level will be suppressed.

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SERVICE ADJUSTMENTS (Continued)

VIDEO LEVEL SOUND ADJUSTMENT


1. Connect color-bar generator to antenna terminals. 1. Connect a color-bar generator to the antenna terminals
2. Switch the generator to a white field (100 IRE). with audio signal of 1KHz at 100% modulation.
3. Set the picture controls to the Auto levels. 2. Set the picture controls to the Auto levels.
4. Connect oscilloscope + lead to terminal TP16 and 3. Connect oscilloscope + lead to TP21 (pin 75 of IC101 or
lead to ground. C132) and lead to ground.
5. Turn off the receiver and disconnect the AC power cord 4. Turn off the receiver and disconnect the AC power cord
(AC 120V line). (AC 120V line).
6. While pressing the Menu key, reconnect the AC power 5. While pressing the Menu key, reconnect the AC power
cord. The Service Menu will now appear. cord. The Service Menu will now appear.
7. Select NO. 5F VL5FL (Video Level) with the or key. 6. Select NO. 5F VL5FL (FM Level) with the or key.
8. Adjust the data with the 5, 6, and 7 number keys for an 7. Adjust the data with the + or key for an oscilloscope
oscilloscope reading of 1.0 0.1 VP-P at TP16. reading of 0.95 10% VP-P at TP21.
9 Press the MENU key to turn off the Service Menu display 8. Press the MENU key to turn off the Service Menu display
and disconnect oscilloscope from chassis. and disconnect the oscilloscope from the chassis.

1.0 0.1 VP-P 0.95 10% VP-P

Figure 6. Figure 7.

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SERVICE HINTS
POWER FAILURE DETECTOR
This unit is equipped with a Power Failure Detector function included in the CPU which checks for an abnormal condition in
the chassis power supplies, including the power supply derived from the Horizontal Output Transformer.

If, while the power is on, a failure is caused by any of the following that results in a low voltage supply, the CPU will turn the
unit off in 1.5 seconds to prevent unnecessary damage:

Failure within the power supply circuits.


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

TJ6 5V
D429 Cathode 9.4V
D802 Cathode 12.0V

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

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

PURITY ADJUSTMENTS
1. When replacing picture tube or deflection yoke, mount
deflection yoke and purity and convergence magnets DEFLECTION YOKE
assembly properly. See Figure 1. Position the picture
tube facing east or west. Demagnetize the picture tube
and receiver using an external degaussing coil. Set
receiver to Service Menu NO. 90 (no vertical sweep)
while degaussing.
2. Place the yoke on tube neck fully forward against glass.
3. Place the CPM on the tube neck aligning the center of
the purity magnet tabs over center of Focus Gap (G3 & G4).
See Figure 2.
4. Connect a color-bar generator to the antenna terminal.
Switch the generator to a white field. Move yoke back-
ward on the neck until a uniform white field is obtained.
5. Allow 30 minutes warm up on a blank white field (high
intensity grayscale). RUBBER
WEDGE
Note: If white field cannot be obtained check Grayscale
Adjustments on page 6.
6. Reset the picture controls to the Auto levels. Select a green DEFLECTION YOKE
raster, either with the signal generator or by adjusting the MOUNTING SCREW
bias controls. If a signal generator is used for this step skip Figure 1. Deflection Yoke Movement
to Step 11. If the bias controls will be used go to step 7.
7. Adjust Service Menu NO. 47 RB (Red Bias), NO. 48 GB
(Green Bias), and NO. 49 BB (Blue Bias) data each to 00. PURITY
8. Select Service Menu NO. 90 (no vertical sweep). MAGNET
9. Adjust the Screen Control counterclockwise until the TABS
horizontal scan line is no longer visible.
SIX-POLE
10. Select Service Menu NO. 48 GB (Green Bias) and FOUR-POLE
MAGNET TABS
increase the data to produce a green raster. If retrace MAGNET TABS
lines appear reduce screen control slightly.
11. Pull yoke back on tube neck to obtain three-color raster
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(blue, green and red).
12

12. Adjust the angle between the two purity magnet tabs to ANGLE
center the vertical green belt in the picture tube. Do not OF TABS
rotate tabs. See Figure 3.
13. Slowly slide the deflection yoke forward until a uniform FOCUS GAP
green screen is obtained. (G3-G4)
14. Check the purity of the red and blue screens for unifor-
mity. Turn off other colors to check (use bias controls or
use generator). If necessary, readjust the yoke position
until all screens are pure. Figure 2. Purity and Convergence Magnets
15. If bias controls and screen control were used to set puri-
ty reset Grayscale and Bright Level. Refer to Grayscale
Adjustment on page 6 and Brightness Level Adustment
on page 7.
ANGLE OF MAGNET TABS
16. Confirm that the yoke is not tilted. Tighten the yoke
mounting screw. Adjust convergence next.

MAGNET TABS

Figure 3. Adjusting Magnet

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CONVERGENCE ADJUSTMENT

CENTER CONVERGENCE ADJUSTMENT OUTER AREA CONVERGENCE ADJUSTMENT


1. Connect a crosshatch generator to antenna terminals. The outer area convergence is performed by positioning of
2. Set Contrast to low level to eliminate blooming. Reduce the yoke as follows:
Brightness level to obtain black background if necessary.
1. Move the top of the yoke toward or away from the pic-
3. Adjust the angle between the four-pole magnet tabs 1
ture tube. This movement will affect the vertical lines at
and 2 (Figure 2), and superimpose the red and blue ver-
the top and bottom and the horizontal lines at the sides.
tical lines in the center area of the picture screen. See
See Figure 6.
Figure 4.
2. Check that splits at 12 oclock and 6 oclock positions
4. Keeping the tabs at the same angle, rotate them together
are minimized, adjust yoke for best compromise.
to superimpose the blue and red horizontal lines in the
Secure with wedge at 12 oclock position. See Figure 1.
center area of the picture screen. See Figure 4.
3. Move the side of the yoke toward or away from the pic-
5. Adjust the six-pole magnet tabs 3 and 4 so the con-
ture tube to converge the horizontal lines at the top and
verged red/blue line is superimposed on the green line.
bottom and the vertical lines at the sides. See Figure 7.
This is the same procedure used in steps 3 and 4. See
4. Check that splits at 12 oclock and 6 o,clock are mini-
Figure 5.
mized, adjust yoke for best compromise. Secure yoke
position with the side wedges. See Figure 1.
Note: When re-using the rubber wedges, apply a small
amount of silicone rubber adhesive or hot melt to
each of the wedges.
BLUE

GREEN
BLUE RED

BLUE
RED

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

Figure 4. Blue and Red Line Movement

Line movement when adjusting


top of yoke in and out.

Figure 6. Top of Yoke Movement

BLUE / RED BLUE


GREEN
RED

BLUE BLUE
GREEN GREEN
RED RED
GREEN

Adjust six-pole tabs angle to Adjust six-pole tabs together


superimpose red / blue and to superimpose red / blue and
green vertical line. green horizontal line.
BLUE
GREEN
Figure 5. Blue/Red and Green Line Movement RED
Line movement when adjusting
side of yoke in and out.

Figure 7. Side of Yoke Movement

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MECHANICAL DISASSEMBLIES

CABINET BACK REMOVAL CHASSIS REMOVAL


1. Refer to Figure 1, remove 7 screws. 1. Remove cabinet back.
2. Pull off cabinet back and remove. 2. Discharge the picture tube anode (2nd anode lead) to the
dag coating (picture tube grounding lead).
3. Disconnect degaussing coil socket (KD), picture tube
socket, deflection yoke connector (KX), speaker
connector (KSP), picture tube ground leads, and 2nd
anode lead.
4. Remove chassis completely by sliding it straight back.

PICTURE TUBE REMOVAL

CAUTION: Do not disturb the deflection yoke or magnet


assembly on the picture tube neck. Care must be taken to
keep these assemblies intact, unless picture tube is being
replaced. Discharge the picture tube to the coating before
handling the tube.

1. Remove chassis, referring to Chassis Removal instructions.


2. Place cabinets front face down on a soft surface.
3. Remove the screw on each corner of the picture tube and
GENTLY lift the picture tube out of the cabinet.
4. Install a replacement picture tube in reverse order.
Properly install the degaussing coil and picture tube
Figure 1. Cabinet Back Removal grounding lead on the picture tube. See Figure 2.

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


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

TO PICTURE TUBE
SOCKET BOARD
GROUND

DEGAUSSING
COIL SOCKET
PICTURE-TUBE
GROUNDING LEAD
Figure 2. Picture Tube Removal

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

PRODUCT SAFETY NOTICE


PRODUCT SAFETY SHOULD BE CONSIDERED WHEN A REPLACEMENT IS MADE IN ANY AREA OF A RECEIVER.
COMPONENTS INDICATED BY A STAR () IN THIS PARTS LIST AND THE SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM DESIGNATE
COMPONENTS IN WHICH SAFETY CAN BE OF SPECIAL SIGNIFICANCE. IT IS PARTICULARLY RECOMMENDED
THAT ONLY PARTS DESIGNATED ON THE FOLLOWING PARTS LIST BE USED FOR COMPONENT REPLACEMENT
DESIGNATED BY A STAR. NO DEVIATIONS FROM RESISTANCE, WATTAGE, AND VOLTAGE RATINGS MAY BE MADE
FOR REPLACEMENT ITEMS DESIGNATED BY A STAR.

Notes: Parts having Location Number are located on the following boards.
Numbers under 700 Series . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .On the Main Board.
Numbers 700 Series . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .On the Picture Tube Socket Board.
Numbers 800 Series . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .On the Main Board
Numbers 900 Series . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Out of Board.
Numbers 1000 Series . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .On the Main Board
Numbers 1900 series . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .On the Main Board

Note: Schematic part location numbers may not always match with the part descriptions.
The part descriptions are correct and should be used.

Schematic Description Schematic Description


Part No. Part No.
Location Location

CAPACITORS C001 404 084 4204 ELECT 4.7U M 50V


NOTES: C008 404 084 3108 ELECT 330U M 16V
Read description of the Capacitor as follows: C011 404 084 3009 ELECT 220U M 16V
(Example) C101 404 091 6406 ELECT 220U M 6.3V
CERAMIC 100P K 50V C103 403 224 6108 CERAMIC 0.01U K 50V
Rated Voltage C106 404 084 4105 ELECT 3.3U M 50V
Tolerance Symbols: C131 404 084 3801 ELECT 1U M 50V
less than 10PF
C132 403 224 6108 CERAMIC 0.01U K 50V
A . .Not specified
B . .0.1PF C . .0.25PF C133 403 224 6108 CERAMIC 0.01U K 50V
D . .0.5PF F . .1PF C134 403 224 5705 CERAMIC 1000P K 50V
G . .2PF R . .+0.25 - 0PF C137 403 364 7508 CERAMIC 10P J 50V
S . .+0 - 0.25PF E . .+0 - 1PF
C142 403 343 4603 CERAMIC 0.022U K 50V
more than 10PF
A . .Not specified C143 403 224 6108 CERAMIC 0.01U K 50V
B . .0.1% C . .0.25% C146 403 224 6108 CERAMIC 0.01U K 50V
D . .0.5% F . .1% C147 404 084 2507 ELECT 47U M 10V
G . .2% H . .3%
C151 404 084 3702 ELECT 0.47U M 50V
J . .5% K . .10%
L . .15% M . .20% C153 404 084 3702 ELECT 0.47U M 50V
N . .30% P . .+100 - 0% C161 403 357 9601 CERAMIC 0.1U Z 50V
Q . .+30 - 10% T . .+50 - 10% C211 404 084 4204 ELECT 4.7U M 50V
U . .+75 - 10% V . .+20 - 10%
C212 404 084 4006 ELECT 2.2U M 50V
W .+100 - 10% X . .+40 - 20%
Y . .+150 - 10% Z . .+80 - 20% C252 404 086 6602 POLYESTER 0.047U K 63V
Rated Value: P...Pico Farad U...Micro Farad C253 404 084 3702 ELECT 0.47U M 50V
Material: C256 404 084 3801 ELECT 1U M 50V
CERAMIC . . . . . .Ceramic
C257 403 224 6108 CERAMIC 0.01U K 50V
MT-PAPER . . . . .Metalized Paper
POLYESTER . . .Polyester C258 404 084 3207 ELECT 47U M 16V
MT-POLYEST . .Metalized Polyester C272 404 084 4105 ELECT 3.3U M 50V
POLYPRO . . . . .Polypropylene C284 404 084 3009 ELECT 220U M 16V
MT-POLYPRO . .Metalized Polypropylene
C286 403 235 0409 CERAMIC 68P J 50V
COMPO-FILM . .Composite Film
MT-COMPO . . . .Metalized Composite C287 403 235 0409 CERAMIC 68P J 50V
STYRENE . . . . . .Styrene C288 403 235 0409 CERAMIC 68P J 50V
TA-SOLID . . . . .Tantalum Solid C401 404 087 1903 ELECT 330U M 10V
AL-SOLID . . . . . .Aluminum Solid
C403 404 086 6800 POLYESTER 6800P J 63V
ELECT . . . . . . . .Electrolytic
NP-ELECT . . . . .Non-Polarized Electrolytic C405 404 084 6901 NP-ELECT 1U M 50V
OS-SOLID . . . . .Aluminum Solid with Organic C406 403 075 7101 CERAMIC 1000P K 500V
Semiconductive Electrolytic C407 403 076 3102 CERAMIC 3900P K 500V

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Schematic Schematic
Part No. Description Part No. Description
Location Location

C408 404 085 4609 ELECT 47U M 35V C805 404 084 2200 ELECT 100U M 6.3V
C411 403 343 7703 MT-POLYPRO 0.012U H 1.5KV C807 403 234 9809 CERAMIC 18P J 50V
404 079 1607 MT-POLYPRO 0.012U H 1.5K C808 403 234 9809 CERAMIC 18P J 50V
C416 403 346 7225 MT-POLYPRO 0.33U J 250V C822 404 084 2705 ELECT 10U M 16V
403 372 7002 MT-POLYPRO 0.33U J 250V C831 404 084 3801 ELECT 1U M 50V
404 081 2807 MT-POLYPRO 0.33U M 200V C834 403 224 6108 CERAMIC 0.01U K 50V
C417 403 346 7126 MT-POLYPRO 0.27U J 250V C891 404 084 6901 NP-ELECT 1U M 50V
403 372 6807 MT-POLYPRO 0.27U J 250V C892 403 224 5705 CERAMIC 1000P K 50V
404 081 2609 MT-POLYPRO 0.27U M 200V C894 403 323 3602 CERAMIC 0.047U K 50V
C421 404 091 6406 ELECT 220U M 6.3V C896 404 084 4006 ELECT 2.2U M 50V
C426 403 224 6108 CERAMIC 0.01U K 50V C1001 404 084 2705 ELECT 10U M 16V
C473 404 084 5706 MT-POLYEST 0.47U J 63V C1002 404 091 6604 ELECT 4.7U M 25V
C482 404 087 4102 ELECT 22U M 100V C1902 404 084 2200 ELECT 100U M 6.3V
C484 404 084 4204 ELECT 4.7U M 50V
C493 404 056 5307 NP-ELECT 2.2U M 100V
C497 404 084 2507 ELECT 47U M 10V DIODES
C501 404 084 3900 ELECT 10U M 50V D101 408 047 6205 ZENER DIODE MTZJ36A (36V)
C502 404 084 4402 ELECT 220U M 35V D351 408 047 6502 ZENER DIODE MTZJ5.1A (5.1V)
C503 404 084 4105 ELECT 3.3U M 50V D408 407 222 4401 ZENER DIODE 1Z150 (150V)
C504 404 085 4500 ELECT 2200U M 25V D421 407 158 1307 ZENER DIODE HZ11B2L (11V)
C505 404 084 5706 MT-POLYEST 0.47U J 63V D422 407 158 1307 ZENER DIODE HZ11B2L (11V)
C506 403 062 5301 POLYESTER 5600P K 50V D428 407 054 5904 ZENER DIODE RD15EB3 (15V)
403 312 2401 POLYESTER 5600P K 50V 407 099 7109 ZENER DIODE MTZJ15C (15V)
C508 403 028 1705 CERAMIC 56P J 50V D429 407 013 4306 DIODE 1S2076A
C509 404 084 5706 MT-POLYEST 0.47U J 63V 407 013 7109 DIODE 1S2473
C511 403 059 8308 POLYESTER 0.22U K 50V 408 008 2406 DIODE 1N4148
C516 404 084 3801 ELECT 1U M 50V D481 407 007 6606 DIODE ES1
C601 404 089 1703 MT-POLYEST 0.22U M 275V 407 124 5506 DIODE RMPG06G
C606 404 088 3500 CERAMIC 470P M 250V 407 124 6404 DIODE ERA18-04
404 088 8406 CERAMIC 470P M 250V D482 407 011 4407 DIODE TVR1G
C608 403 222 1303 CERAMIC 1000P K 1K D486 408 047 2306 ZENER DIODE MTZJ10B (10V)
403 262 1806 CERAMIC 1000P K 1K D487 407 005 7308 DIODE EM01Z
403 271 9602 CERAMIC 1000P K 1K 407 005 8602 DIODE ERA15-02
C609 404 049 4706 ELECT 330U M 200V 407 088 6502 DIODE MPG06D
404 085 9000 ELECT 330U M 200V D490 408 047 7707 ZENER DIODE MTZJ5.6C (5.6V)
C612 404 090 9002 POLYESTER 3300P J 63V D501 407 005 7308 DIODE EM01Z
C613 404 086 6800 POLYESTER 6800P J 63V 407 005 8602 DIODE ERA15-02
C614 404 084 5003 POLYESTER 0.01U J 63V 407 088 6502 DIODE MPG06D
C624 403 075 7101 CERAMIC 1000P K 500V D601 407 005 7605 DIODE EM2B
C625 403 262 2308 CERAMIC 1200P K 1K 407 013 3200 DIODE 1S1887A
403 266 4902 CERAMIC 1200P K 1K 408 008 8606 DIODE GP15G
C626 404 084 2903 ELECT 1000U M 16V D602 407 005 7605 DIODE EM2B
C627 404 084 4501 ELECT 470U M 35V 407 013 3200 DIODE 1S1887A
C628 404 073 9005 ELECT 220U M 160V 408 008 8606 DIODE GP15G
404 091 9704 ELECT 220U M 160V D603 407 005 7605 DIODE EM2B
C629 404 084 3009 ELECT 220U M 16V 407 013 3200 DIODE 1S1887A
C630 404 084 3801 ELECT 1U M 50V 408 008 8606 DIODE GP15G
C632 404 088 3005 CERAMIC 2200P M 250V D604 407 005 7605 DIODE EM2B
404 088 7201 CERAMIC 2200P M 250V 407 013 3200 DIODE 1S1887A
C683 404 088 5702 ELECT 22U M 16V 408 008 8606 DIODE GP15G
C693 404 086 5100 POLYESTER 0.1U J 63V D612 407 231 2801 PHOTO COUPLE PC123YC2
C701 403 357 9304 CERAMIC 560P J 50V D613 407 057 9800 ZENER DIODE RD9.1EB3 (9.1V)
C711 403 357 9304 CERAMIC 560P J 50V 407 063 9702 ZENER DIODE MTZJ9.1C (9.1V)
C721 403 357 9304 CERAMIC 560P J 50V D614 407 006 0100 DIODE ERA91-02
C742 403 077 2807 CERAMIC 1000P Z 2K D617 407 006 0100 DIODE ERA91-02
C801 403 224 6108 CERAMIC 0.01U K 50V D624 407 106 2806 DIODE RU3YX
C802 404 084 3207 ELECT 47U M 16V D625 407 009 8806 DIODE RU3AM

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Schematic Description Schematic Description
Part No. Part No.
Location Location

D626 407 007 7801 DIODE EU2Z TRANSISTORS


D680 407 013 4306 DIODE 1S2076A Q401 405 018 0507 TR 2SC3332-R
407 013 7109 DIODE 1S2473 405 018 0606 TR 2SC3332-S
408 008 2406 DIODE 1N4148 Q402 406 017 4602 TR TT2168LS-YB11
D683 407 013 4306 DIODE 1S2076A Q486 405 023 5009 TR 2SD400-E-MP
407 013 7109 DIODE 1S2473 405 023 5306 TR 2SD400-F-MP
D683 408 008 2406 DIODE 1N4148 Q490 405 023 5009 TR 2SD400-E-MP
D693 407 099 5600 ZENER DIODE MTZJ6.8A (6.8V) 405 023 5306 TR 2SD400-F-MP
D801 407 013 4306 DIODE 1S2076A Q601 405 148 1801 TR 2SK2638
407 013 7109 DIODE 1S2473 Q613 405 016 9502 TR 2SC3069
408 008 2406 DIODE 1N4148 Q627 405 009 6907 TR 2SB985-S
D802 407 013 4306 DIODE 1S2076A 405 009 7003 TR 2SB985-T
407 013 7109 DIODE 1S2473 405 089 0000 TR 2SA1707-S
408 008 2406 DIODE 1N4148 405 089 0109 TR 2SA1707-T
D831 407 222 5903 ZD UDZS-TE-173.6B (3.6V) Q681 405 011 8401 TR 2SC1740S-Q
D834 408 047 4706 ZENER DIODE MTZJ15B (15V) 405 011 8500 TR 2SC1740S-R
408 047 5000 ZENER DIODE MTZJ15C (15V) 405 011 8609 TR 2SC1740S-S
D836 407 149 0807 DIODE 1SS355 TE-17 405 012 2002 TR 2SC1815-GR
D843 407 149 0807 DIODE 1SS355 TE-17 405 012 2101 TR 2SC1815-O
405 012 2309 TR 2SC1815-Y
405 020 7501 TR 2SC945A-PA
INTEGRATED CIRCUITS 405 020 7709 TR 2SC945A-QA
IC001 409 489 0103 IC LA4224 405 020 7907 TR 2SC945A-RA
IC101 409 535 6905 IC LA76843NM-TBM 405 151 8705 TR 2SC536NG-NPA
IC501 409 453 5905 IC LA78041 405 157 0505 TR 2SC536NF-NPA
IC601 409 172 8102 IC SE130NH Q693 405 011 8401 TR 2SC1740S-Q
IC681 409 528 6202 IC PQ050ES1MXP 405 011 8500 TR 2SC1740S-R
IC801 410 455 5107 IC LC863424V-****-TLM 405 011 8609 TR 2SC1740S-S
IC802 409 333 3700 IC 24LC02B/P 405 012 2002 TR 2SC1815-GR
409 376 1503 IC ST24C02B6 405 012 2101 TR 2SC1815-O
409 440 8902 IC M24C02-BN6 405 012 2309 TR 2SC1815-Y
409 495 6908 IC CAT24WC02P 405 020 7501 TR 2SC945A-PA
409 528 8404 IC S524A40X21-DCB0 405 020 7709 TR 2SC945A-QA
405 020 7907 TR 2SC945A-RA
405 151 8705 TR 2SC536NG-NPA
COILS 405 157 0505 TR 2SC536NF-NPA
LF601 645 012 0589 LINE FILTER Q695 405 001 7605 TR 2SA1015-Y(SAN)
645 052 6862 LINE FILTER 405 004 3208 TR 2SA564A-R(CU)
L256 645 003 9713 INDUCTOR, 15U K 405 004 4809 TR 2SA608-F-CTV-NP
645 016 2657 INDUCTOR, 15U K Q701 405 041 6507 TR 2SC2621-D-RA
L402 652 000 2180 CORE, PIPE 405 041 6705 TR 2SC2621-E-RA
L602 610 078 4635 PIPE CORE 405 066 4304 TR 2SC2621-C-RA
L623 610 078 6820 PIPE CORE 405 066 9903 TR 2SC2688(1)-K
652 000 1282 CORE, PIPE 405 067 0008 TR 2SC2688(1)-L
L625 610 078 5946 PIPE CORE 405 067 0107 TR 2SC2688(1)-M
652 000 1725 CORE, PIPE 406 000 3605 TR 2SC3620(LB-SAN-1)
L701 610 029 8361 PEAKING COIL 220UH K Q711 405 041 6507 TR 2SC2621-D-RA
645 001 4840 INDUCTOR, 220U K 405 041 6705 TR 2SC2621-E-RA
L801 645 008 2894 INDUCTOR, 5.6U K 405 066 4304 TR 2SC2621-C-RA
645 016 3104 INDUCTOR, 5.6U K 405 066 9903 TR 2SC2688(1)-K
L811 645 006 2490 INDUCTOR, 1U K 405 067 0008 TR 2SC2688(1)-L
645 016 2411 INDUCTOR, 1U K 405 067 0107 TR 2SC2688(1)-M
L812 645 006 2490 INDUCTOR, 1U K 406 000 3605 TR 2SC3620(LB-SAN-1)
645 016 2411 INDUCTOR, 1U K Q721 405 041 6507 TR 2SC2621-D-RA
L901 645 044 9147 ASSY, COIL, DEGAUSSING 405 041 6705 TR 2SC2621-E-RA
L902 610 003 4846 DEFLECTION YOKE 405 066 4304 TR 2SC2621-C-RA
610 003 4853 DEFLECTION YOKE

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Schematic Description Schematic Description
Part No. Part No.
Location Location

Q721 (Cont.)405 066 9903 TR 2SC2688(1)-K R251 401 162 3005 MT-GLAZE 22K JA 1/10W
405 067 0008 TR 2SC2688(1)-L R252 401 162 3005 MT-GLAZE 22K JA 1/10W
405 067 0107 TR 2SC2688(1)-M R272 401 027 5502 CARBON 6.8K JA 1/6W
406 000 3605 TR 2SC3620(LB-SAN-1) R273 401 150 5905 MT-GLAZE 10K JA 1/10W
Q831 405 002 0308 TR 2SA1037K-T-96-R R276 401 024 9701 CARBON 12K JA 1/6W
405 002 0407 TR 2SA1037K-T-96-S R281 401 024 7400 CARBON 10K JA 1/6W
405 002 6726 TR 2SA1179-M6 R284 401 026 9303 CARBON 47 JA 1/6W
405 002 6924 TR 2SA1179-M7-TB R286 401 256 0705 MT-GLAZE 33 JA 1/10W
405 134 5925 TR 2SA1037AK T146 R R287 401 256 0705 MT-GLAZE 33 JA 1/10W
405 147 2205 TR 2SA1037AK T146 S R288 401 256 0705 MT-GLAZE 33 JA 1/10W
405 163 1503 TR 2SA1179N-M6-TB R301 401 150 5905 MT-GLAZE 10K JA 1/10W
405 163 2708 TR 2SA1179N-M7-TB R353 401 024 7400 CARBON 10K JA 1/6W
RESISTORS R400 401 024 6700 CARBON 100 JA 1/6W
NOTES: R401 401 012 4503 CARBON 100 JA 1/4W
Read description of the Resistor as follows: R402 401 013 4205 CARBON 120 JA 1/4W
R405 401 162 4101 MT-GLAZE 5.6K JA 1/10W
(Example) R406 401 015 2704 CARBON 1.8K JA 1/4W
CARBON 4.7K J A 1/4W
R407A 401 063 5306 OXIDE-MT 82 JA 1W
Rated Wattage R409 401 016 3809 CARBON 2.2K JA 1/4W
R411 402 080 3702 OXIDE-MT 6.8 JB 7W
Performance Symbols: R421 401 286 5305 MT-FILM 2.4K FA 1/6W
A..General B...Non-flammable
Z...Low noise R422 401 052 6802 MT-FILM 10K FA 1/6W
Other...Temperature coefficient R423 401 053 2605 MT-FILM 3.3K FA 1/6W
R428 401 025 1902 CARBON 15K JA 1/6W
Tolerance Symbols: R441 401 150 6209 MT-GLAZE 1K JA 1/10W
A...0.05% B...0.1% C...0.25%
D...0.5% F...1% G...2% R442 401 150 5905 MT-GLAZE 10K JA 1/10W
J...5% K...10% M...20% R443 401 150 5905 MT-GLAZE 10K JA 1/10W
P...+5 -15% R444 401 150 5905 MT-GLAZE 10K JA 1/10W
R449 401 265 1700 MT-GLAZE 4.7K FA 1/10W
Rated Value, ohms:
K...1,000 M...1,000,000 R481 401 010 2600 CARBON 47 JB 1/2W
R482 401 011 9004 CARBON 1 JB 1/4W
Material: R485 401 256 7209 MT-GLAZE 18K JA 1/10W
CARBON . . . . . . . .Carbon R486 401 058 1108 OXIDE-MT 10 JA 1W
MT-FILM . . . . . . . .Metal Film
OXIDE-MT . . . . . .Oxide Metal Film R487 401 026 6609 CARBON 390 JA 1/6W
SOLID . . . . . . . . . .Composition R488 401 059 1602 OXIDE-MT 15 JA 1W
MT-GLAZE . . . . . .Metal Glaze R489 401 011 1107 CARBON 68 JA 1/2W
WIRE WOUND . . .Wire Wound R490 401 026 6609 CARBON 390 JA 1/6W
CERAMIC RES . . .Ceramic
FUSIBLE RES . . . .Fusible R491 401 024 7004 CARBON 1K JA 1/6W
R492 401 156 8504 MT-FILM 33K FA 1/6W
R493 401 012 8105 CARBON 100K JA 1/4W
R001 401 027 2600 CARBON 5.6K JA 1/6W R494 401 012 8105 CARBON 100K JA 1/4W
R003 401 162 2800 MT-GLAZE 1.8K JA 1/10W R497 401 066 3002 OXIDE-MT 2.2 JA 2W
R008 401 150 6001 MT-GLAZE 0.000 ZA 1/10W R499A 401 064 6302 OXIDE-MT 10 JA 2W
R106 401 061 4400 OXIDE-MT 33K JA 1W R503 401 026 7002 CARBON 3.9K JA 1/6W
R131 401 150 5905 MT-GLAZE 10K JA 1/10W R504 401 024 7400 CARBON 10K JA 1/6W
R133 401 255 6401 MT-GLAZE 3K JA 1/10W R505 401 006 8104 CARBON 1.2 JA 1/2W
R142 401 026 4605 CARBON 33K JA 1/6W R506 401 027 8305 CARBON 820 JA 1/6W
R143 401 150 6209 MT-GLAZE 1K JA 1/10W R507 401 006 7602 CARBON 1 JA 1/2W
R150 401 027 9302 CARBON 820K JA 1/6W R508 401 025 8208 CARBON 22K JA 1/6W
R151 401 152 3206 MT-GLAZE 330 JA 1/10W R509 401 027 5502 CARBON 6.8K JA 1/6W
R161 401 150 5806 MT-GLAZE 100K JA 1/10W R511 401 065 2808 OXIDE-MT 120 JA 2W
R162 401 150 5806 MT-GLAZE 100K JA 1/10W R517 401 025 4606 CARBON 18K JA 1/6W
R163 401 150 6001 MT-GLAZE 0.000 ZA 1/10W R518 401 025 4606 CARBON 18K JA 1/6W
R165 401 162 2701 MT-GLAZE 180 JA 1/10W R601 402 083 6106 WIRE WOUND 1 KA 7W
R166 401 256 7506 MT-GLAZE 390 JA 1/10W 402 090 0104 WIRE WOUND 1.0 KA 7W
R212 401 256 7100 MT-GLAZE 680K JA 1/10W R602 402 000 1603 SOLID 3.3M MA 1/2W

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Schematic Description Schematic Description
Part No. Part No.
Location Location

402 088 1502 RESISTER 3.3M JA 1/2W R852 401 256 1702 MT-GLAZE 33K JA 1/10W
402 090 2108 RESISTER 3.3M JA 1/2W R856 401 024 6700 CARBON 100 JA 1/6W
R603 401 021 5003 CARBON 560K JA 1/4W R857 401 024 6700 CARBON 100 JA 1/6W
R604 401 066 3002 OXIDE-MT 2.2 JA 2W R862 401 255 6500 MT-GLAZE 100 JA 1/10W
R605 401 021 5003 CARBON 560K JA 1/4W R863 401 150 6001 MT-GLAZE 0.000 ZA 1/10W
R607 402 059 4600 FUSIBLE RES 22 J- 1/2W R864 401 256 0200 MT-GLAZE 120K JA 1/10W
R611 401 027 0309 CARBON 47K JA 1/6W R865 401 024 7004 CARBON 1K JA 1/6W
R612 402 001 8502 FUSIBLE RES 10 J- 1/2W R886 401 150 5905 MT-GLAZE 10K JA 1/10W
R613 401 064 1802 OXIDE-MT 0.39 JA 2W R892 401 162 2909 MT-GLAZE 220 JA 1/10W
R615 401 011 1602 CARBON 680 JA 1/2W R893 401 255 6500 MT-GLAZE 100 JA 1/10W
R616 401 150 5905 MT-GLAZE 10K JA 1/10W R894 401 255 6005 MT-GLAZE 1M JA 1/10W
R617 402 001 7208 FUSIBLE RES 220 J- 1/4W R897 401 026 9600 CARBON 470 JA 1/6W
R618 401 020 0801 CARBON 470 JA 1/4W R898 401 162 3609 MT-GLAZE 470 JA 1/10W
R619 401 162 3005 MT-GLAZE 22K JA 1/10W R899 401 162 3807 MT-GLAZE 470K JA 1/10W
R627 401 150 5905 MT-GLAZE 10K JA 1/10W R1001 401 255 9501 MT-GLAZE 220K JA 1/10W
R628 401 013 5301 CARBON 1.2K JA 1/4W R1002 401 256 2709 MT-GLAZE 75 JA 1/10W
R654 401 018 2909 CARBON 330 JB 1/4W R1003 401 150 5905 MT-GLAZE 10K JA 1/10W
R683 401 025 7805 CARBON 2.2K JA 1/6W R1901 401 150 5905 MT-GLAZE 10K JA 1/10W
R690 401 024 7400 CARBON 10K JA 1/6W R1902 401 150 6209 MT-GLAZE 1K JA 1/10W
R692 401 256 7001 MT-GLAZE 180K JA 1/10W R1903 401 162 2800 MT-GLAZE 1.8K JA 1/10W
R693 401 256 5106 MT-GLAZE 560K JA 1/10W R1904 401 150 6100 MT-GLAZE 2.2K JA 1/10W
R694 401 024 7400 CARBON 10K JA 1/6W R1905 401 256 7605 MT-GLAZE 3.9K JA 1/10W
R695 401 162 3005 MT-GLAZE 22K JA 1/10W R1906 401 162 4101 MT-GLAZE 5.6K JA 1/10W
R701 401 025 7409 CARBON 220 JA 1/6W R1907 401 256 0408 MT-GLAZE 12K JA 1/10W
R703 401 150 6209 MT-GLAZE 1K JA 1/10W R1909 401 255 6500 MT-GLAZE 100 JA 1/10W
R704 401 255 9006 MT-GLAZE 82 JA 1/10W
R706 401 009 1508 CARBON 2.7K JA 1/2W
R707 401 065 4604 OXIDE-MT 12K JA 2W SWITCHES
R711 401 025 7409 CARBON 220 JA 1/6W SW1901 645 006 9673 SWITCH, PUSH (POWER)
R713 401 150 6209 MT-GLAZE 1K JA 1/10W 645 027 7382 SWITCH, PUSH (POWER)
R714 401 255 9006 MT-GLAZE 82 JA 1/10W 645 052 2284 SWITCH, PUSH (POWER)
R716 401 009 1508 CARBON 2.7K JA 1/2W SW1902 645 006 9673 SWITCH, PUSH (VOL +)
R717 401 065 4604 OXIDE-MT 12K JA 2W 645 027 7382 SWITCH, PUSH (VOL +)
R721 401 025 7409 CARBON 220 JA 1/6W 645 052 2284 SWITCH, PUSH (VOL +)
R723 401 024 7004 CARBON 1K JA 1/6W SW1903 645 006 9673 SWITCH, PUSH (VOL )
R724 401 255 9006 MT-GLAZE 82 JA 1/10W 645 027 7382 SWITCH, PUSH (VOL )
R726 401 009 1508 CARBON 2.7K JA 1/2W 645 052 2284 SWITCH, PUSH (VOL )
R727 401 065 4604 OXIDE-MT 12K JA 2W SW1904 645 006 9673 SWITCH, PUSH (CH )
R801 401 256 5809 MT-GLAZE 270K JA 1/10W 645 027 7382 SWITCH, PUSH (CH )
R803 401 024 6700 CARBON 100 JA 1/6W 645 052 2284 SWITCH, PUSH (CH )
R804 401 255 6500 MT-GLAZE 100 JA 1/10W SW1905 645 006 9673 SWITCH, PUSH (CH )
R806 401 162 3708 MT-GLAZE 4.7K JA 1/10W 645 027 7382 SWITCH, PUSH (CH )
R807 401 150 5905 MT-GLAZE 10K JA 1/10W 645 052 2284 SWITCH, PUSH (CH )
R808 401 150 5905 MT-GLAZE 10K JA 1/10W SW1906 645 006 9673 SWITCH, PUSH (MENU)
R809 401 162 3708 MT-GLAZE 4.7K JA 1/10W 645 027 7382 SWITCH, PUSH (MENU)
R823 401 024 6700 CARBON 100 JA 1/6W 645 052 2284 SWITCH, PUSH (MENU)
R829 401 024 6700 CARBON 100 JA 1/6W
R831 401 150 5905 MT-GLAZE 10K JA 1/10W
R832 401 150 5905 MT-GLAZE 10K JA 1/10W TRANSFORMERS
R833 401 152 3206 MT-GLAZE 330 JA 1/10W T151 645 058 1236 TRANS, OSC 45.75MHZ
R834 401 150 5806 MT-GLAZE 100K JA 1/10W T401 610 223 1656 DRIVE TRANS
R837 401 024 7400 CARBON 10K JA 1/6W 610 000 1077 DRIVE TRANS
R846 401 150 5905 MT-GLAZE 10K JA 1/10W 652 000 0703 TRANS, DRIVE
R847 401 256 7308 MT-GLAZE 6.8K JA 1/10W T402 645 058 0529 TRANS, FLYBACK
R848 401 256 7308 MT-GLAZE 6.8K JA 1/10W T601 645 056 7360 TRANS, POWER, PULSE
R849 401 027 5502 CARBON 6.8K JA 1/6W 645 057 8656 TRANS, POWER, PULSE
R851 401 256 5908 MT-GLAZE 2.7K JA 1/10W

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Schematic Schematic
Part No. Description Part No. Description
Location Location

CRYSTAL/FILTERS K701 645 028 0306 SOCKET, CRT 8P


X141 421 009 9403 SAW F TSF5246P K1001 645 040 5952 JACK, RCA-2
X251 610 012 0655 CRYSTAL OSCILLATOR PS601 408 046 5209 TH PTDAA1BF3R0Q100
610 204 4195 CRYSTAL OSCILLATOR Q901 414 009 1300 CRT A63AHC26X
610 245 9746 CRYSTAL OSCILLATOR 414 009 2802 CRT A63ADG36X
X801 645 004 1938 OSC, CRYSTAL 32.768KHZ Q901A1 610 117 0154 DY SPACER-D4AK
645 004 1945 OSC, CRYSTAL 32.768KHZ 610 117 7924 DY SPACER
Q901A2 610 117 0154 DY SPACER-D4AK
610 117 7924 DY SPACER
MISCELLANEOUS Q901A3 610 117 0154 DY SPACER-D4AK
A001 610 304 9694 ASSY, PWB, CTV G7KHM-A 610 117 7924 DY SPACER
A100 610 304 9670 ASSY, PWB, MAIN G7KHM-A Q901C 610 217 7794 CG PURITY MAGNET
A101 645 052 6077 TUNER, U/V RL601 645 011 2713 RELAY
645 052 6091 TUNER, U/V 645 015 8629 RELAY
A700 610 304 9687 ASSY, PWB, SOCKET G7KHM-A 645 052 5933 RELAY
A1901 645 041 1519 UNIT, REMOCON RECEIVER SP901 645 028 0870 SPEAKER, 8
645 044 0519 UNIT, REMOCON RECEIVER W601 645 023 1681 CORD, POWER
F601 423 007 1601 FUSE 125V 4A 645 056 9531 CORD, POWER-2.0MK
423 007 1809 FUSE 125V 4A W902 610 278 0550 ASSY, WIRE GND CONNECTOR
423 018 8101 FUSE 125V 4A 610 287 6611 ASSY, WIRE GND CONNECTOR
423 029 8008 FUSE 125V 4A
F601A 645 000 5077 HOLDER, FUSE
645 016 0479 HOLDER, FUSE
F601B 645 000 5077 HOLDER, FUSE
645 016 0479 HOLDER, FUSE

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CABINET PARTS LIST

6
5

3 4
2
1

9 VIDEO IN L-AUDIO-R 8

AS

CABINET PARTS LIST ACCESSORY PARTS LIST


KEY NO. PARTS NO. DESCRIPTION KEY NO. PARTS NO. DESCRIPTION
1 610 295 7488 CABINET FRONT ASSY 610 304 4095 OWNERS MANUAL
OR 610 295 7495 CABINET FRONT ASSY 645 051 8539 RC TRANSMITTER
2 610 268 9624 SPECIAL WASHER-8X1.6 OR 645 051 8485 RC TRANSMITTER
3 412 053 3905 CRT MTG (4 USED) M6/35 610 290 1221 RC BATTERY COVER
4 610 102 7151 DC HOLDER (2 USED) OR 610 290 1283 RC BATTERT COVER
5 610 295 7518 CABINET BACK
OR 610 295 7525 CABINET BACK
6 412 036 1805 SCREW 4X14 (7 USED)
OR 411 078 1101 SCREW 4X14 (7 USED)
7 610 295 7464 BUTTON UNIT
8 610 267 0851 CAP RC
9 610 293 2560 SANYO BADGE

19
KSPA
L846
AUDIO OUT KSP
J831 J256 3 1 J252 D422
R829 C505
1

8
J832 R823 R400 R423 D802
J444 R837 C101
EEPROM

1
4 IC001

C891 C831 R849 C405 J441 C1002 L256 C008 D421


8
1

R897
J253 C001

2
C401 C253 C258
IC802

C421

5
C011
J809 D834 C256 C004
IC801

C252 R004 D001 R007 D801


C802 C403
C896 X251 C211 J112 J101
J811 J001 J114 J111
TP16
4

J424 R001

B10B08800
X801

TP10

TUNER
L801 L821 R401
J801 J251 J002
R281

A101
C153
CPU

J804 C822 L812 J132


C212

TP132
C151
J802 J104
TP113

L811
R865 J813 C509
R884 J816 D101
COMPONENT AND TESTPOINT LOCATIONS

J1902 J116
R883
T151

J814
IC101

J113 R512
R881 J102
J1904 C106
R150 J109 C504 C503
5

R882 R513 J105


J421 R857
J502 J103
MENU

R505
SW1906

TP11
R856

IC501H1
R142
IVC

D502
KS

R504
R508 R507
J110 C506 J501
X141 R506 R497
4 1 R497A
J503 C502
1

J106 R509 C501


J281 J282 C508 R498
C272 TJ6 C516
CH-DN
SW1905

IC501
CONTROL

R803 J147 7 R511


R518 1 R511A
J143 R517
L146
C147 C284
C131 R276
R489 Q486 J108 D501 IC501H2 C511
R284 J271
CH-UP

E
J107 C511A
D486 C628 R272 C497 R503
J504
E Q490 J506
V-OUT
SW1904

TJ5
J406
R487 J414

4
IC501H3
R486A
C627 D490
R499A R106 26V
0.15~0.3A
R408
R486 R402 R499 R408A
Q627 J482

H-OUT
R490 Q402
Q402H1

E
B

KB
VOL-DN
SW1903

E R628
J624 R496
J481 J621 L401

1
J416 L402

20
D693 J412
Q693
C629 J690 D626 C416
C693 R403

C
E
J626 J486 Q402H2 D409
R690 C416A
VOL-UP

C473

KX5P
C626
SW1902

Q695 L626 T401A

Q402H3
E C417

KX4P
R694 R488 R411

POWER
C417A
J1901 J623 L623 J418
D625 D625A
2

KX3P
TJ2
D627 IC601 L625
D624
C411
R686 1 C625
C683 3

T401
C625A C624 R411A
R654
SW1901

IC681 D629 D653 Q635 R631 J405 C406


POWER

C407

C632
C805 E J411
D680 T601H14 10 J407
D683 C634 16 J408
C689 C630
R410

TJ1
J1903

B10B0880A
J417 R406 D408

C487

KX1P
16
T601H10

KX
RL601

R683 R409

C632A
Q681 10
C408

R601H1

R601H2

R601H3
E
J803 2 1

VC8C
E Q401

????
R601A
4A 125V

R601

C633A
L404

Q601H2
A1901

C633

H
31
C6 3 4 R407
T601H2 T601H7

PS601
PS601B

T402H1
D612
C6

T402H2
31
A

T402H4
C1902 7A

T601
C602 7 R40
MAIN BOARD PARTS SIDE

J608 1 R483
TP814

D601
C1001 D483

T601A

TJ3
PS60 L602
1A

T402H5
R481

T402
D602 J601
R605 R612 J401

T402H7
R618

C482
R604

T402H10
C608A
R353

T402H9
D603 C608
R603

T402B
C611 R494

R607
LF601

T402A
KD2P D604 D614 R611 D481
C609H1 TE7
KD KD1P D617

T402H11
TP50
LF601A
R493 J413
R617
C481

T402H11A
Q601
R615 R491
A2 R428

DIP
A1

C609
R492
C604 C484
D487
TP51 T402H11C
D613
D429
C493

4A 125V
D351
F601 E Q613 C613 T402H11B D428
C601 C609H2 R422

R613
F601A F601B C606A
C606
C612 Q601H1 KTP R482
C614 R421
R602 TP7 D482

GND

ACK
KT1P

KT5P
KT2P

KT4P

TUS
KT3P
DATA

CLK
STA
K1001
CAUTION FOR CONTINUED PROTECTION AGAINST A RISK OF FIRE,
REPLACE ONLY WITH THE SAME TYPE 4A, 125V FUSE.
ATTENTION : POUR MAINTENIR LA PROTECTION CONTRE
LES RISQUES D INCENDIE UTILISER UN FUSIBLE DE
4A 125V RECHANGE DE MEME TYPE 4A, 125V.

MAIN BOARD COMPONENTS AND TEST POINTS


GRID LOCATIONS

Part Loc. Part Loc.


D429 A1 Q635 B5
D612 B4 Q681 B6
D802 E2 Q693 C5
IC001 E2 Q695 C4
IC101 D4 Q831 E6
IC501 D2 R512 E2
IC601 C5 R513 E2
IC681 B6 TE7 A1
IC801 E5 TP7 A1
IC802 E6 TJ1 B3
Q401 B2 TJ6 D3
Q402 C2 TP16 E3
Q486 D4 TP21 D3
Q490 D3 TP50 A2
Q601 A3 TP51 A2
Q613 A4 T151 E3
Q627 C5

21
R833
R899 R832

R851
R442
C441
D422 KSP J256 L846 R831 J831 D831

1
R829

PB

3
J252 C404 J254 J258 R400 C505 R823

Q831
R852
R863
C809 C003 R837 J444 J832

J133
R423

1
8
D802 R864

1
L256 R1002 C1002 R444 R849 IC801 D836
J441

1 IC001
C008

18
C426

R892
C011 C405 C891

2019

R008
D421 J253 J257 C831
R443 R862

5
C101 C001 C258

4
R898

KSPA
R006
C253 R441
J404 R848 R897 C801
C256 R808
R003

C862
D001

IC802
D801 C421 R007 C004 R004 R211 C257
C252 C892 C812
C401 R834
R251

10
R844 J809 C811
J114 R252 D834 C896

TP16
J111 J112 J001 C211 X251 R405 C403 J811 C894 C802

30
R301 R843

5
4
J101 C834 J801
C103 R001 C165 J424 R807

R894

R166
C857 R165 R449 R401 R893 L821

X801

IF
D843

TB
R212

PB

MB

AS
J002 J251

AGC
1
41 40 C282 L801

36
C221 R281 J891 J806
R163
J132 C153 C402 L812 R801 C822
C509 R886

TP132
L811 R162 C807 J804 C1901
J104

R130
J116 TP10 50 R1901
C212 30

SCL
C856

SDA
C161 J802 R1902

TP113

IC101
C821
J816 C808
D101 C806 C832 R884 R865

B10B08800
R846
R847
A101 R151 C151 25

R152
C133 R809
R133 J813 R806
60

T151
J102 R512 J113 R842 J1902
64 J814 R883

5
C504 J1904
J109 R150 R881
J105 C106 R513

KS
C503 24
R505 C134
R857 C137 J421 R882
J103 J502 20
R504 R856 J131 65
R507 R288

C142
MAIN BOARD FOIL SIDE

D502 C141 TP21


C288
SW1906

70

TP35
R508 10
J501 C506 J110 R142 R287
R143 R286
R506 C143

C803
C804
R497A
R497 C287

C132
TP11 TP12 R161
J503 R509 J106 C286

TP36
80 1

IC501H1
1
R131 J281
C502 TJ6
R498

4A 125V
J508 J282 J286
CAUTION

C508 C516
C501 C272

C285
X141 C284
R511 C147
R511A R803
R517 R804
SW1905

IC501 J147 L146


D501 R518 C146 C131 J143
R284 R273
J108 J141 Q486
J142
R489
C511A
R276
R1906
R1907

R272
J107 J484

IC501H3
R503 J271 C486 J483

IC501H2
J504 Q490 E
C511 R486 R486A
J506 C497
J406 D486
J414 TJ5 E
SW1904

J622
R106 R487

4
R408 R499A D490 C628
R408A R499 R402
C627
R1905

R490

KB
Q627
Q402 J482

E
B
R496 TJ2

1
E
J624 R627

Q402H1
R628
TYPE 4A, 125V FUSE.

C626 C629
SW1903

J621
MEME TYPE 4A, 125V.

L402 L401 J416


J412 D693 R693 J481
Q693

C
R403 D626 J690
C416C416A Q402H2
R1904

J486 C693 E
D409 J626 R690
T401A
Q695
R488 R692

KX5P
L626
C417 E

22
C473
SW1902

C417A

Q402H3
R695 R694
ATTENTION : POUR MAINTENIR
REPLACE ONLY WITH THE SAME

UN FUSIBLE DE RECHANGE DE
RISQUES D INCENDIE UTILISER
LA PROTECTION CONTRE LES
AGAINST A RISK OF FIRE,
FOR CONTINUED PROTECTION

D625A

T401
J418 J623

KX4P
L623 2 J1901
R411 D625
R1903

1 3

VC8C B10B0880A
L625 D627 C805
C411 D624 C625

J628
J627
C624 R691
D653 R686
C625A R632

KX3P
R411A TJ1 X
X R654 IC601 C683 IC681
J405 T601H10 R631 R634 D629
J411 E
SW1901

J407 C634 J632


J408 C406 C407 16 Q635 D680
J417 D683

C632
R629 C689
10 C630 J1903

KX1P
D408 16
T601H14

J604
R406

J606
10 R683
R601H3 R601H2 R601H1

C632A
R410 C487 Q681
R409
D612

D1901
1
2

E
C408
R601A J803
R601

E
Q401 J634
L404 J631
R1909
C633A
A1901

H
R407
A
31
31

C6

T402B
T402A
C6

7
4

T601

T601H2 1
C633

PS601B

(VERT+B)
RL601

R40
7A C602 X

130V)

(H-OUT)
J608 C1902
T601A

T402H1
(135V OR
T601H7

T402H2
PS601

R483
D1902

Q601H2

T402H4
D483 R612 L602 R1001

(VIDEO+B)
D601 X 1A
R481
PS60
R605 J601 D602
TP814

TJ3 C1001

(AFC)
T402H5

T402
J401 C608 R604 R618
C608A
KD J1001
X
R353 D603 X X

T402H7
C482 R603 R1006

(ABL)
LF601

T402H9

T402H10
C611

(GND)
D614 KD1P

(HEATER)
(L+B)
R494
KD2P
R611
LF601A

D481 C609H1
J413 D617 D604
1

R493
C481
R617 C604
TE7 R615

(ABL)
R491

T402H11A
Q601

R428
3

R492

T402H11
2

R616

TP50
D613 A2
C609

C484 C493 TP51


A1 F601B F601A R1003
R613
COMPONENT AND TESTPOINT LOCATIONS (Cont.)

D487 Q613 X
T402H11C
D429 R422
R485
R607

D428 E C606
K1001

T402H11B C613
D351 C609H2 C606A
C601
R482 C614 C612
Q601H1 R602
R421
R619

D482

TP7
KT2P

KT5P
KT4P
KT3P
KT1P
PICTURE TUBE SOCKET BOARD

???? SCREEN

E
K7U1

Q721

1
Q721A
Q711
Q711A
R711
C742

R726
R727

R717
R707

B10B0880B
K7S
K7U

K7Y1
GND

R716

R721
R722
R723

5
K701A

R707A

R717A
R727A
L701
4 1
K7B

R706
Q701
Q701A

R701

K701
C702

PIC TUBE SOCKET BOARD COMPONENTS

Part Loc.
Q701 N/A
Q711 N/A
Q721 N/A

23
For parts or service contact
SANYO Fisher Service Corporation
21605 Plummer Street
Chatsworth, CA 91311 (U.S.A.)
300 Applewood Crescent,
Concord, Ontario L4K 5C7 (CANADA)

April / 2003 / 2000 SMC Printed in U.S.A.

24
MODEL DS25320 Chassis No. 25320-06 WAVEFORMS
CAUTION FOR CONTINUED PROTECTION AGAINST
A RISK OF FIRE, REPLACE ONLY WITH
SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS THE SAME TYPE 4A, 125V FUSE. Note: Voltages were measured with offset color-bar signal and controls set for normal picture.
BLOCK DIAGRAM ATTENTION: POUR MAINTENIR LA PROTECTION
CONTRE LES RISQUES D' INCENDIE UTILISER UN
4A 125V
NOTES ON SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS FUSIBLE DE RECHANGE DE MEME TYPE 4A, 125V. IC101- 17 IC101- 18 IC101- 19 IC101- 52
1. All resistance values in ohms K=1,000 M=1,000,000. (R-Output) (G-Output) (B-Output) (Video Input)
2. Unless otherwise noted on schematic, all capacitor values less than 1 are expressed in F (Micro Farad),
7 IC001 1 SP901
and the values more than 1 are in pF. AUDIO SPEAKER
AMP.
3. Unless otherwise noted on schematic, voltage reading taken with VOM from point indicated to chassis
ground. Voltage reading taken using color-bar signal VHF channel 5, all controls at normal. Line voltage at 120 K1001
FRONT
volts. Some voltages may vary with signal strength. AV IN
EXT. VIDEO EXT. VIDEO
4. Waveforms were taken with color-bar signal and controls set for normal picture. Waveforms marked with 3.4V HORIZ 3.4V HORIZ 3.4V HORIZ 1.0V HORIZ
INT. VIDEO
an may vary with signal strength.
EXT. AUDIO
5. The Symbol indicates a fusible resistor, which protects the circuit from possible short circuits.
ANT

IC501- 5 IC501- 1 TP16 Q401- B


SERVICE NOTES: (Vertical Output) (Inverting Input) (Internal Video) (Horizontal Drive)
1. When replacing parts on circuit boards, clamp the lead wires to terminals before soldering. A101 H-S
V-S
UHF/VHF TUNER IF
2. When replacing high wattage resistors on circuit board, keep the resistor body 10 mm (3/8) from circuit board. WITH PLL AGC
& BAND SW IC101

AUDIO OUT
3. Keep wires away from high voltage and high temperature components. SIGNAL PROCESS
RF AGC 18 17 SDA 9

AUDIO IN
9 BUS TP 16
SCL 10 INTERFACE
BUS SCL X141 78/79 73
PRODUCT SAFETY NOTICE BUS SDA
4 SAW FM
DET.
SW 66
3 FILTER 50 VERT 0.6V VERT 1.0V HORIZ 0.9V HORZ
THE COMPONENTS DESIGNATED BY A STAR () ON THIS SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM DESIGNATE COMPONENTS RF AGC 77
6 IIC SCL 56 VIDEO
WHOSE VALUES ARE OF SPECIAL SIGNIFICANCE TO PRODUCT SAFETY. SHOULD ANY COMPONENT IC802
2 11 VIDEO
7 IIC SDA ACL DET.
EEPROM ABL
DESIGNATED BY A STAR NEED TO BE REPLACED, USE ONLY THE PART DESIGNATED IN THE PARTS LIST. DO NOT 1 EXT. VIDEO Y 52 36 V-S
VIDEO H-PULSE DEFLECTION
DEVIATE FROM THE RESISTANCE, WATTAGE AND VOLTAGE RATINGS SHOWN. INT. VIDEO Y 54 SW. 37 H-S V YOKE
33 5
L902 Q402- B Q601- G T402- 9
RC IN V
A1901 BEAM 49 H (Horizontal Output) (Power Switching) (Heater)
28 SYNC 26 1 IC501
RC PRE-AMP VOLTAGE CAP SEP.
X-RADIATION WARNING NOTE DETECT. VERT.
VIDEO OUTPUT AFC
KEY IN ABL-IN OUT H 5
THIS TV CONTAINS CRITICAL PARTS TO PROTECT AGAINST X-RADIATION. NOMINAL 2ND ANODE VOLTAGE IS SW1901-1906
12 11 HORIZ. 1 6/7
ABL
CONTROL KEYS
H.V.
29.0KV AT ZERO BEAM CURRENT AT 120 VOLTS AC LINE, AND MUST NOT EXCEED 31.9KV UNDER ANY IC801
DRIVER T402
C809 X IN HORIZ. FOCUS
T401
OPERATING CONDITION. SEE HIGH VOLTAGE CHECK ON PAGE 7. 6
CPU DELAY
H-DRIVE
OUTPUT SCREEN
WITH LINE TRANS.
TRANS. HEATER
C808 CAPTION
9
X OUT DECODER BLACK 30 Q401 Q402
7 HORIZ. HORIZ. 4
X 801 STRETCH
DRIVE OUTPUT 21V HORZ 15V 50KHz 28V HORIZ
INTEGRATED CIRCUITS PHOTO COUPLERS TRANSISTORS DIODES SHARP D482
BPA 40 HOLD DOWN HOLD DOWN
Y CV IN
15 DETECT.
OSD (R) COLOR CONT
19
TOP VIEW TOP VIEW OSD (G) DEMOD BRITE R Q721 -R OUT
A K 20
OSD (B) 12 17
21
A OSD (BLK) 13 RGB G Q711 -G OUT
K 22 18
RESET Q831 OSD OUT Q901
13 14 19 PIX TUBE
+12V RESET SW.
B AFT S-CURVE B Q701 -B OUT
B B B B 10 15
MARK 1 1 EC EC E C EC E C
1 A K RL601 POWER FAIL 8
L901 PS601 25
A K POSISTOR RELAY
COUNT TERMINALS IN DEGAUSING POWER
COIL 33 200V
ARROW DIRECTION ON/OFF D481
T601 IC681 5V
K CONVERTER 5V REG. ALWAYS
A F601 LF601 TRANS. TJ1
SIDE VIEW +130V Q681 D802
AC120V AC LINE D625
FUSE FILTER 12V SW
C E E EC K A 60Hz DRIVE
B BC B BC
E Q601 D624 12V
SW.
B ... BASE INFRARED EMITTING C601 D626 D428
D601-D604 26V +12V Q486 D801 D429 (13V)
C ... COLLECTOR 9V
1 FULL WAVE 9V REG. TJ5
E ... EMITTER A....ANODE RECTIFIER D612 Q627 (7V)
ANODE LEAK
1 1 IC601 DETECT.
K....CATHODE PHOTO POWER 12V SW.
COUPLER Q490 5V
REG. R428
Q613 5V REG. B6
CHIP TRANSISTORS CHIP RESISTORS ERR. 26V STANDBY MODE
AMP. Q693,
4A 125V Q695 ALWAYS +5V
TOP VIEW TOP VIEW CONTROL
C B ... BASE 12 x 10 3 = 12K ohm
1 C ... COLLECTOR
123 g7kgm
1 3 32 OUT E ... EMITTER
12 1 GND
IN (2) (3)
(1) B E
VOLTAGE CHARTS
NOTE: Voltages were measured using color-bar signal and the controls set for normal picture.

Device/Pin # Volts/Mode Device/Pin # Volts/Mode Device/Pin # Volts/Mode Device/Pin # Volts/Mode Device/Pin # Volts/Mode

POWER ON: POWER OFF: IC101-36 5.0 IC601-1 136.0 Q401-B 0.3 Q701-B 2.4
D612-1 Q401-C 17.7
26.1 9.7 IC101-37 4.3 IC601-2 29.2 Q701-C 138.7
CAPACITOR AND RESISTOR CODE CHART
POWER ON: POWER OFF: IC101-38 4.7 IC601-3 GND Q401-E GND Q701-E 2.2
D612-2 Q402-B 2.9
25.1 8.5 IC101-39 GND IC681-1 13.4 Q711-B 2.4
CAPACITOR (Example) POWER ON: POWER OFF: IC101-40 0 IC681-2 GND Q402-C N/A Q711-C 139.8
D612-3 Q402-E 3.0
0.2 0.3 IC101-41 GND IC681-3 5.0 Q711-E 2.2
500 C K 1500 B D ........................... 0.5pF POWER ON: POWER OFF: IC101-42 GND IC801-1 5.0 Q486-B 9.9 Q721-B 2.6
D612-4 Q486-C 10.5
T ............................ +50% 10% 4.0 0.2 IC101-43 GND IC801-2 5.0 Q721-C 134.1
IC001-1 5.8 IC101-44 2.0 IC801-3 4.4 Q486-E 9.2 Q721-E 2.4
J ............................ 5%
IC001-2 12.8 IC101-45 3.4 IC801-4 4.3 Q490-B 5.9 Q831-B 4.2
K ........................... 10%
IC001-3 N.C. IC101-46 1.8 IC801-5 GND Q490-C 6.7 Q831-C 4.9
M ........................... 20%
IC001-4 GND IC101-47 2.8 IC801-6 1.9 Q490-E 5.2 Q831-E 4.9
N ........................... 30%
IC001-5 N.C. IC101-48 GND IC801-7 2.7 POWER ON: POWER OFF:
Characteristics P ........................... +100% 0% Q601-G
IC001-6 N.C. IC101-49 2.2 IC801-8 5.0 4.0 0.3
Value code Z ........................... +80% 20% IC001-7 1.6 IC101-50 GND IC801-9 2.7 POWER ON: POWER OFF:
Tolerance code C ........................... 0.25pF Q601-D
IC001-8 GND IC101-51 GND IC801-10 2.4 156 169
Material code C ........................... Ceramic IC101-1 GND IC101-52 2.5 IC801-11 0 POWER ON: POWER OFF:
Q601-S
Voltage rating E ........................... Electrolytic IC101-2 GND IC101-53 4.9 IC801-12 0 0.2 0
F ........................... Polyester IC101-3 GND IC101-54 2.7 IC801-13 4.9 POWER ON: POWER OFF:
Q613-B
N ........................... Polypropylene IC101-4 GND IC101-55 2.5 IC801-14 3.5 0.2 0.1
T ............................ Tantalum IC101-5 GND IC101-56 2.2 IC801-15 2.7 POWER ON: POWER OFF:
Q613-C
IC101-6 5.1 IC101-57 GND IC801-16 4.6 3.9 0.1
K ........................... Ceramic
IC101-7 2.4 IC101-58 3.6 IC801-17 5.1 Q613-E GND
H ........................... MT-Composite
IC101-8 2.4 IC101-59 4.4 IC801-18 4.3 POWER ON: POWER OFF:
P ........................... NP. Electrolytic Q627-B 12.7 8.0
IC101-9 4.5 IC101-60 4.4 IC801-19 0
M ........................... MT-Polypropylene
IC101-10 4.5 IC101-61 GND IC801-20 0 POWER ON: POWER OFF:
Q627-C
IC101-11 3.8 IC101-62 GND IC801-21 0 13.2 0
IC101-12 0.1 IC101-63 GND IC801-22 0.4 POWER ON: POWER OFF:
Q627-E
IC101-13 0.1 IC101-64 GND IC801-23 4.9 13.3 6.6
RESISTOR (Example) IC101-14 0.1 IC101-65 2.4 IC801-24 4.9 POWER ON: POWER OFF:
Q681-B
IC101-15 0.2 IC101-66 2.2 IC801-25 4.9 0.7 0
6 Y K 4.7 D ........................... 0.5% IC101-16 8.2 IC101-67 2.2 IC801-26 GND POWER ON: POWER OFF:
Q681-C
F ........................... 1% IC101-17 2.5 IC101-68 2.4 IC801-27 GND 0 9.1
G ........................... 2% IC101-18 2.4 IC101-69 3.2 IC801-28 4.9 Q681-E GND
J ............................ 5% IC101-19 2.5 IC101-70 GND IC801-29 GND POWER ON: POWER OFF:
Q693-B
IC101-20 GND IC101-71 GND IC801-30 GND 0.5 7.0
Value code K ........................... 10%
IC101-21 GND IC101-72 GND IC801-31 GND POWER ON: POWER OFF:
Tolerance code M ........................... 20% Q693-C 25.0 7.2
IC101-22 GND IC101-73 2.3 IC801-32 GND
Material code F ............................ Fusible
IC101-23 GND IC101-74 GND POWER ON: POWER OFF: POWER ON: POWER OFF:
Wattage rating N ........................... Metalized Carbon IC801-33 Q693-E
IC101-24 GND IC101-75 2.2 4.9 0 0.3 6.5
S ........................... Oxide Metalized IC101-25 N.C. IC101-76 2.6 IC801-34 N.C. POWER ON: POWER OFF:
Y ........................... Wire Wound Q695-B
IC101-26 2.1 IC101-77 2.6 IC801-35 4.9 25.1 7.9
C ........................... Solid IC101-27 2.6 IC101-78 2.9 IC801-36 5.0 Q695-C GND
D ........................... Carbon Film IC101-28 5.3 IC101-79 2.9 IC802-1 GND POWER ON: POWER OFF:
Q695-E
W .......................... Wire Wound IC101-29 2.7 IC101-80 GND IC802-2 GND 25.1 8.5
IC101-30 0.4 IC501-1 2.5 IC802-3 GND
IC101-31 GND IC501-2 25.9 IC802-4 GND
IC101-32 N.C. IC501-3 2.9 IC802-5 4.9
IC101-33 1.0 IC501-4 GND IC802-6 4.9
IC101-34 1.8 IC501-5 11.5 IC802-7 GND
IC101-35 N.C. IC501-6 26.5 IC802-8 5.0
IC501-7 2.6

25 26 27 28
MODEL DS25320 Chassis No. 25320-06
ASSY, PWB, MAIN
IC501
TUNER(WITH PLL & BAND SW)
A101

EARTH

GND
OUT

VCC
LOCK

TU+B

AGC
SDA
SCL

IN
MB
AS

PB

IF
7 6 5 4 3 2 1

R517
C106 18K
EM 5V DY
3.3 B6 L902
LBWA D501 C502
35EM
C516 220LBWA
TP16 R518
18K 16EM10
LBWA
X
L256 C508
R503 C506 CJ56G KX5P
5V C258 R252 C253 3.9K
B6 16EM
47LBWA
1/10GJ EM0.47
TJ3 X
FK5600
(D:BF) R511 C511 6
22KC LBWA 2SJ120 FK0.22D KX4P
C257 C252 R512 R508 C504
IC101

1/10GZ
R251 R513 C503

1/10GJ
680KC
R163
KK0.01 63FK X 22K 25EM KX3P

R212
1/10GJ C501 X 2200

0C
LZB 0.047LBZB R506 EM3.3

C211
EM4.7
22KC
LA76843NMP

LBWA
EM10 820 LBWA LBWA

1/10GJ
1/10GJ
R1903

R1902

EM0.47
1/10GJ
R1904
1/10GJ
1/10GJ

1/10GJ
R1907

R1906

R1905

1.8KC
2.2KC
3.9KC
5.6KC

LBWA
LBWA

12KC
A1901

C153

EM2.2
1KC

LBWA
C212
T151 X251
R509 R504 200MM0.33UVB:
C416

1/10GJ390C
C101 C256 6.8K 10K
1 2 3 D801 EM1
R 6.3EM 250MJ0.33UAP: KX1P
MENU CH - CH + VOL.- VOL.+ POWER 220 LBWA R301 250MJ0.33AU

1/10GJ
R166
LBWA 1/10GJ10KC 26V

R165
180C
SW1906 SW1905 SW1904 SW1903 SW1902 SW1901 R505 R507 1

100mA
X J416 1/2DJ 1/2DJ
R1901
1/10GJ TP10
J 1.2 1 200MM0.27UVB:
C417 KX
C1902 10KC 5V 250MJ0.27UAP:
6.3EM R1909 64 63 62 61 60 59 58 57 56 55 54 53 52 51 50 49 48 47 46 45 44 43 42 41 250MJ0.27AU
100 1/10GJ B6 R407A
100C NC NC

1VP-P

1VP-P

2Vp-p
LBWA FRAME-GND C426 1SJ82

2VP-P
R150 FRAME-GND KK0.01
Q402

VCC

GND
V/C/Vert

V/C/Vert
R151 C151 820K LZB C408 L401
C103 D101 R106 65 CLMP CLMP X-RAY 40 35EM47 H-DRIVE J
KK 1SJ33K 1/10GJ EM0.47 LBWA T401
A2C
0.01 330C LBWA PLL
KTP

LZB CW CPU
H-GND 39

<KEY-IN>
66 VIDEO
VCO KIL RESET
AMP R442
1/10GJ L402
KT1P VIDEO VIDEO
10KC
67 DET SW APC1 TINT 38
R133 C133 R441 C406 R406
1/10GJ
3KC
KK0.01 1/10GJ 500KK DJ 1500MH0.012
C411
R881 100 LZB
68 SPLL 37
1KC <HS> 1000A 1.8K R411 (XK:AN)

<5V B6>
KT2P R882 100
HDR
L404 7SJ6.8
SW
VCO
R409 C473 VC
J 63GJ
KT3P R883 100 C134 <VS> DJ2.2K 0.47 HIGH
69 BPF BPF 36 LBZA VOLTAGE
KT4P R884 100 C137 KK1000
LZB 1ST AMP ACC
1/256 FBP
Q401
HV
CJ10CL BPF KILLER
KT5P C407
R857 70 NC 35

<H-DRIVE>
SYNC HDR AFC2 R449 500KK FO FOCUS
100 LIM
2ND AMP SEP C/D 1/10GF 3900A
AMP TRAP BPF 4.7KC
R856
71 NC PHASE
34
DELAY
AFC1 SHIFTER R281 R353 SCREEN
100 SW LINE DEMO 1
FM 10K 10K
L846 R846
J 1/10GJ
<BLK>
72
DET
HDR
33 200V C482 R481 SC
10KC PEAKING COLOR OUT
D351
B1 100EM 1/2DJ ABL
CORING CLAMP 22LBWA D481 47B 11
11
R847 DC
ABL
1/10GJ 73 VOL NC 32 4
6.8KC <B> BLACK
STRETCH CONTRAST RGB 7 2400010

R848 BRIGHT MATRIX ABL


R851 R852
1/10GJ 74 IF-GND H-GND 31
6.8KC <G> DC R405 C405 R400
R865 1/10GJ 1/10GJ TP21 REST 1/10GJ 100 2 6
2.7KC 33KC R849 C132 PM1
1K 75 30 5.6KC LBZA
6.8K KK0.01 D408
<R> LZB LOW +B
5V X TP21 TP12
C403
8
B6 C142 LOW +B

<26V>
IF

<130V>
R142 KK
0.022
76 AGC VIF
OSD OSD
29
63FJ6800 J404 HEATER FBT
33K LZB X TP12 FIX GAIN SW LBZA 1/10GZ0C 9
BRIGHT
27mA 28 HEATER T402
RF VER HDR 12V
77 AGC SEP VCC L40B15400
+5V C401 GND
10EM R401
DJ100
R402 10
36 35 34 33 32 31 30 29 28 27 26 25 24 23 22 21 20 19 330LBWA DJ120
R143 78 27
V_OUT
POWER

POWER

63GJ

G
NC

NC

NC

NC

NC

NC

NC

NC
MUTE

R
C505

B
ACK

BLK
1/10GJ
STATUS

VER VER
R/C
IN
ON/OFF

3
FAIL

1KC C/D RAMP 0.47LBZA


TP11 C509
79 AFT 26
C143 63GJ AFC
IC801 X KK0.01
0.47LBZA 5
<S-031> LZB 80 IF-GND TP20 BUS ABL CLAMP DRIVE/CUT-OFF 25
1/10GJ

1/10GJ

X141

IF-GND

IF-VCC
4.7KC

4.7KC

S-CURVE
R806

R809

RF AGC

KEY-IN

19mA
ABL-IN

FRAME-GND FRAME-GND
CVIN

+8V
R444
VCC
SDA

BUS
SDA

BUS

RES

FILT
VSS
SCL

SCL

CF1

CF2

AFT

NC

<CVIN>
<130V>
NC

HS
VS
IIC

IIC

1/10GJ10KC D421 D422


HZ11 TP7
R421

<IF>
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 HZ11 1/6NF D482
R G B B2L B2L X 2.4K D428 DJ1B
R482

60mA
R899 X R443
R801 1/10GJ TP20
1/10GJ 470KC <4PIN> 1/10GJ10KC C484
C894 1/6NF 1/6NF TE7 D429 R428

1/10GJ
L811 270KC C421 R423 R422

10KC
EM

R131
R

<HS>
KK

<VS>
X801 C146 6.3EM 15K
0.047 3.3K 10K X 4.7
LZB KK0.01 220 LBWA
R893 C891 X LZB LBWA
1/10 R892
L812 GJ PM1 1/10GJ R897 C131 C284
100C LBZA 220C 470 TP132 EM1 16EM
C147 LBWA C161 220
10EM R161 KZ LBWA
C808 C807 R894 C896 C892 R898 47 1/10GJ 0.1

1/10GJ100C
CJ CJ 1/10 1/10GJ LBWA 100KC LZF
18CL 18CL GJ EM KK1000
1MC 2.2 LZB 470C R284 5V 9.0V
R499A

R803

<SCL> R804
<KEY-IN> B6

<BLK-IN>
LBWA

100
47 X

<G-IN>
<R-IN>

<B-IN>
2SJ10
<SCL>

<SDA>
<SDA> R162 R497
Q490 TJ5 2SJ2.2
R831 1/10GJ
1/10GJ10KC 100KC
C497
C831 10EM 1
C272 47
5.0V R886 EM1LBWA EM3.3 LBWA R493
R808 R807 1/10GJ R833 L146 R494
B8 LBWA DJ100K TP51 X X TP50
1/10GJ 1/10GJ 10KC R832 1/10GJ <5V B6> DJ100K
10KC 10KC J
1/10GJ10KC 330C R490
D490 R491 C493
L801 X 390
C801 Q831 1K 100PM
D843 D831 2.2X
1/10GJ

4
R862

KK AJ
100C

<RESET> R276 TJ6


0.01 KB
LZB C802 12K R492
TP113 <ACL>
16EM47 X
LBWA R273
D487 1/6NF
GZ0C

1/10GJ
R863

33K
1/10

10KC R272
8 7 6 5 R864 6.8K
1/10GJ
<POWER FAIL>

<9V> <9.0V B5> R485


<ALWAYS 5V>

<ABL-IN>

120KC
VDD

SDA
SCL

R837 1/10GJ
D834 D836 10K 18KC
<AFT S-CURVE>

K7B
IC802 R717
<RF AGC>

R834
5.0V
B7
EEPROM 1/10GJ
100KC
C834 R823 100 <HS> ASSY, AWB, SOCKET 2SJ
12K L701
4
KK0.01
L821 LZB R829 100 <VS>
R707 R727
VSS

J
2SJ 2SJ
12K
1 2 3 4
12K
1
C742
2000KZ
<130V> R728 1000HE
1/10GJ G-OUT
C822 82C Q721 K7U1
16EM X

10
LBWA R721 K7U
<ABL IN> 220
<ALWAYS 5V> 1/10GJ33C KS K7S
R723
C721
CJ
SOCKET
<POWER ON/OFF> X

R714 560 K701


TP36 1K
81/10GJ R-OUT CL
<POWER FAIL> <POWER FAIL> X 1 82C Q711
R286 1 R
R726
D802 R287 G R711 1/2DJ
C001 R 220 2.7K
EM4.7 R288 B
LBWA C711
R713 CJ R716
R001 X R704 560 1/2DJ
5.6K 1/10GJ B-OUT CL
1/10GJ 1KC 2.7K
TP35 82C Q701
5 5 R706
C288 1/2DJ
C286 R701 2.7K
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10K

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<AUDIO IN> R683
D653
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R611
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IN R X KD2P
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LBZA L901
Q681
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1000KK
1200 11 D613
D. COIL

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7
VIDEO C1002 R616
IN
25EM4.7 1/10
D617
R602 C606 NOTES; 8. LIST OF REPLACEABLE DIODES.
R654
6 LBWA
DJ330B
3 GJ
10KC 1/2CM
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