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FILE NO. SM-CTV-O-039A
MODEL NO. MCR61TF30/MCR66R400 MCR68R420/MCR68TF800 CHASSIS NO. CH-10C5
Please read this manual carefully before service.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS AND MAINTENANCE........................................................... 1 X-Ray Radiation Precaution......................................................................................... 1 Safety Precaution......................................................................................................... 1 Product Safety Notice .................................................................................................. 2 Maintenance ................................................................................................................ 2 KEY ICS AND ASSEMBLIES ......................................................................................... 3 BLOCK DIAGRAMS FOR CHASSIS .............................................................................. 4 Structure Block Diagram .............................................................................................. 4 Block Diagram for Supply Voltage System................................................................... 5 Block Diagram for Remote Control Structrre ................................................................ 6 Block Diagram for Video Signal Processor .................................................................. 7 SERVICE DATA .............................................................................................................................8 Technical Data of Key ICs ............................................................................................ 8 Service Data of Key ICs ............................................................................................. 22 Waveforms of Key Points ........................................................................................... 28 ADJUSTMENTS............................................................................................................ 32 Set-up Adjustments .................................................................................................... 32 Circuit Adjustments .................................................................................................... 34 Service Mode and Bus Data ...................................................................................... 36 APPENDIX 1. Circuit Diagram 2. Final Wiring Diagram 3. Exploded View 4. Printed Circuit Board Diagrams
SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS AND MAINTENANCE
WARNING: BEFORE SERVICING THIS CHASSIS, READ THE SAFETY PRECAUTION AND X-RAY RADIATION PRECAUTION , INSTRUCTIONS-BELOW.
PRODUCT SAFETY NOTICE
X-RAY RADIATION PRECAUTION 1. The EHT must be checked every time the receiver is serviced to ensure that the CRT does not emit X-ray radiation as result of excessive EHT voltage. The nominal EHT for this receiver is 29KV (for 25”TV) or 30KV (for 29”TV) at zero beam current (minimum brightness) operating at AC 120V. The maximum EHT voltage permissible in any operating circumstances must not exceed 32KV (for 25”TV) or 33KV (for 29”TV). When checking the EHT, use the High Voltage Check procedure in this manual using an accurate EHT voltmeter. 2. The only source of X-RAY radiation in this receiver is the CRT. To prevent X-ray radiation, the replacement CRT must be identical to the original fitted as specified in the Parts List. 3. Some components used in this receiver have safety related characteristics preventing the CRT from emitting X-ray radiation. For continued safety, replacement component should be made after referring the PRODUCT SAFETY NOTICE below. SAFETY PRECAUTION 1. The receiver has a nominal working EHT voltage of 29KV (for 25”TV) or 30KV (for 29”TV). Extreme caution should be exercised when working on the receiver with the back removed. 1) Do not attempt to service this receiver if you are not conversant with the precautions and procedures for working on high voltage equipment. 2) When handling or working on the CRT, always discharge the anode to the receiver chassis before removing the anode cap in case of electric shock. 3) The CRT, if broken, will violently expel glass fragments. Use shatterproof goggles and take extreme care while handling. 4) Do not hold the CRT by the neck as this is a very dangerous practice. 2. It is essential that to maintain the safety of the customer all power cord forms be replaced exactly as supplied from factory. 3. Voltage exists between the hot and cold ground when the TV is in operation. Install a separation transformer during repairing or connecting to any testing equipment for the sake of safety. The power of the separation transformer should exceed the rated overall power. 4. Replace blown fuses within the receiver with the fuse specified in the parts list. 5. When replacing wires or components to terminals or tags, wind the leads around the terminal before soldering. When replacing safety components identified by the international hazard symbols on the circuit diagram and parts list, it must be the company-approved type and must be mounted as the original.
6. Keep wires away from high temperature components.
PRODUCT SAFETY NOTICE Many electrical and mechanical components in this chassis have special safety-related characteristics. These characteristics are often passed unnoticed by a visual inspection and the X-ray radiation protection afforded by them cannot necessarily be obtained by using replacements rated at higher voltages or wattage, etc. Components which have these special safety characteristics in this manual and its supplements are identified by the international hazard symbols in the circuit diagram and parts list. Before replacing any of these components read the parts list in this manual carefully. Substitute replacement components which do not have the same safety characteristics as specified in the parts list may create X-ray radiation.
Safety Symbol Description
The lightning symbol in the triangle tells you that the voltage inside this product may be strong enough to cause an electric shock. Extreme caution should be exercised when working on the TV with the back removed. This is an international hazard symbol, telling you that the components identified by the symbol have special safety-related characteristics. FDA This symbol tells you that the critical components identified by the FDA marking have special safety-related characteristics. UL This symbol tells you that the critical components identified by the UL marking have special safety-related characteristics. VDE This symbol tells you that the critical components identified by the VDE marking have special safety-related characteristics.
1. Place the TV set on a stable stand or base that is of adequate size and strength to prevent it from being accidentally tipped over, pushed off, or pulled off. Do not place the set near or over a radiator or heat register, or where it is exposed to direct sunlight. 2. Do not install the TV set in a place exposed to rain, water, excessive dust, mechanical vibrations or impacts. 3. Allow enough space (at least 10cm) between the TV and wall or enclosures for proper ventilation. 4. Slots and openings in the cabinet should never be blocked by clothes or other objects. 5. Please power off the TV set and disconnect it from the wall immediately if any abnormal condition are met, such as bad smell, belching smoke, sparkling, abnormal sound, no picture/sound/raster. Hold the plug firmly when disconnecting the power cord. 6. Unplug the TV set from the wall outlet before cleaning or polishing it. Use a dry soft cloth for cleaning the exterior of the TV set or CRT screen. Do not use liquid cleaners or aerosol cleaners.
AT24C08 (N002) is for MCR66R400/MCR68R420/MCR68R800. OM8839PS TDA8350Q LM317T TDA7057AQ LC86F3264AU-DIP AT24C04/AT24C08 TDA6107Q HEF4053 HEF4053 TDA9859 TDQ-6F2M Function Description Small signal processor Vertical output circuit Tri-terminal regulator Sound power amplifier Microcontroller EEPROM Video amplifier Analog switch circuit Analog switch circuit Audio processor Tuner Notes: AT24C04 (N002) is for MCR61TF30 only. 3 .SERVICE MANUAL KEY ICS AND ASSEMBLIES Table 1 Key ICs and Assemblies Serial No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 Position No. N301 N401 N852 N601 N001 N002 NY01 DS01 DS02 N606 A101 Model No.
SERVICE MANUAL BLOCK DIAGRAMS FOR CHASSIS Structure Block Diagram 4 .
Block Diagram for Supply Voltage System SERVICE MANUAL 5 Fig.2 Block Diagram for CH-10C1(S) Supply Voltage System .
SERVICE MANUAL Black Diagram for Remote Control Structure 6 .
SERVICE MANUAL Block Diagram for Video Signal Processor 7 .
Terminal Assignment Layouts Fig. 5 LC86F3264AU-DIP DIP42S Terminal Assignment Layout 8 .SERVICE MANUAL SERVICE DATA Technical Data of Key ICs LC86F3264AU-DIP (N001) 1.
Terminal Function Table 2 Terminal Function Table Terminal VSS XT1 XT2 VDD RES FILT CVIN VS HS R G B I RL Part 0 I/O P00-P07 Port 1 I/O 1 O I O I I I O O O O O Function Description Negative power supply Input terminal for crystal oscillation Output terminal for crystal oscillation Positive power supply Reset terminal Charge-pump output terminal Image signal input terminal (available only in CH04T1002) Vertical synchronization signal input terminal Horizontal synchronization signal input terminal Red (R) output terminal of RGB image Green (R) output terminal of RGB image Blue (B) output terminal of RGB imagee Intensity (I) output terminal of RGB image Fast blanking control signal Switch TV image and caption/OSD image signal 8-bit input/output port Input/output can be specified in nibble unit Other functions: Hold release input Internal input 8-bit input/output port Each bit can be independently programmable Other functions: P10 P11 P12 P13 P14 P15 P17 SIO0 data output SIO0 data input/bus input/output SIO0 clock input/output PWM1 output PWM2 output PWM3 output Timer 1(PWM) output Output format CMOS/Nch-OD Pull-up resistor provided/not provided Output format CMOS/Nch-OD O A N M A Option Format E I/O P10-P17 F 4-bit input/output port Each bit can be independently programmable Other functions: Port 6 I/O P60 P61 P62 P63 IIC0 data input/output IIC0 clock output IIC1 data input/output IIC1 clock output 9 .SERVICE MANUAL 2.
output for watchdog timer P71 INT1 input/HOLD release input P72 INT2 input/timer 0 event input INT3 input (noise rejection filter attached P73 input)/timer 0 event input Option Format P70 W P71-P73 V I/O P71-P73 Interrupt receiver format vector address Rising H / Rising Falling Falling level INTO INT1 INT2 INT3 yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes no no yes yes yes yes no no L level yes yes no no Vector 03H 0BH 13H 1BH Port 8 I I/O 1-bit input port (P83 is set only in CH04T1002) 4-bit input/output port(P84-P87) Each bit can be independently programmable Other function: AD converter input port P83 B P84-P87 X P83 P84-P87 Port options can be specified independently for each bit.SERVICE MANUAL Terminal Port 7 I/O Function Description 4-bit input/output port Each bit can be independently programmable Other functions: INTO input/HOLD release input P70 /Nch-Tr. 10 . The programmable pull-up resistors are provided depending on whether CMOS or Nch-OD (Nch open drain ) is selected as the port 1 option. Refer to Table 3 about Functions and Data of the IC’s Each Pin. 3.
7 to 5.5V operation Two wire serial interface bus I2C-Bus compatible Filtered inputs for noise suppression with Schmitt trigger Clock frequency up to 400 kHz High programming flexibility -Internal programming voltage -Self timed programming cycle including erase -Byte-write and page-write programming between 1 and 16 bytes -Typical programming time 6 ms(<10ms) for up to 16 bytes High reliability -Endurance 106 cycles1) -Data retention 40 years1) -ESD protection 4000 V on all pins 8 pin DIP/DSO packages Available for extended temperature ranges -Industrial -40 to +85 -Automotive -40 to +125 3. Refer to Table 4 about Functions and Data of the IC’s Each Pin 11 . Pin Configuration Fig. 7 4.SERVICE MANUAL EEPROM AT24C04 (N002) 1. 6 Fig. Block Diagram 2. Features Data EEPROM internally organized as 512 bytes and 32 pages×16 bytes Low power CMOS Vcc=2.
45. a new feature has been added which makes the N2 more attractive.5 MHz) ·Audio switch ·Flexible source selection with CVBS switch and Y(CVBS)/C input so that a comb filter can be applied ·Integrated chrominance trap circuit ·Integrated luminance delay line ·Asymmetrical peaking in the luminance channel with a (defeatable) noise coring function ·Black stretching of non-standard CVBS or luminance signals ·Integrated chroma band-pass filter with switchable centre frequency ·Dynamic skin tone control circuit ·Blue stretch circuit which offsets colours near white towards blue ·RGB control circuit with “Continuous Cathode Calibration” and white point adjustment ·Possibility to insert a“blue back” option when no video signal is available ·Horizontal synchronization with two control loops and alignment-free horizontal oscillator ·Vertical count-down circuit ·Vertical driver optimised for DC-coupled vertical output stages ·I2C-bus control of various functions 3. 38. however. N1 devices cannot be used in an optimised N2 application. H-V zoom function and YUV interface which are intended for TV receivers with 110° picture tubes (envelope: S-DIP 56) ·Versions which have in addition a second RGB input with saturation control and a second CVBS output (envelope: QFP 64) The various type numbers are given in the table below. Functionally the IC series is split up in 3 categories. 12 .9. General Description The various versions of the TDA 884X/5X series are I2C-bus controlled single chip TV processors which are intended to be applied in PAL. PAL/NTSC and multi-standard television receivers.5 MHz to 6.4. however.75 MHz) can be made via the I2C-bus. The setting of the various frequencies (33.9.75 and 58. Features The following features are available in all IC’s: ·Multi-standard vision IF circuit with an alignment-free PLL demodulator without external components ·Alignment-free multi-standard FM sound demodulator (4.SERVICE MANUAL OM8839PS (N301) I2C-bus Controlled PAL/NTSC/SECAM TV Processors 1. NTSC. The IF PLL demodulator has been replaced by an alignment-free IF PLL demodulator with internal VCO (no tuned circuit required). viz: ·Versions intended to be used in economy TV receivers with all basic functions (envelope: S-DIP 56 and QFP 64) ·Versions with additional features like E-W geometry control. Because of this difference the N2 version is compatible with the N1. 33. Survey of IC Types Envelope TV receiver category PAL only PAL/NTS PAL/SECAM/NTSC NTSC only Economy TDA 8840 TDA 8841 TDA 8842 TDA 8846/46A TDA 8843 TDA 8844 TDA 8847 S-DIP 56 Mid/High end Economy TDA 8840H TDA 8841H TDA 8842H TDA 8854H TDA 8857H QFP 64 Mid/High end 2. The N2 version is pin and application compatible with the N1 version. 38.
Refer to Table 5 about Functions and Data of the IC’s Each Pin. Block Diagram 5. 13 Fig .SERVICE MANUAL 4.8 Block Diagram “Economy Versions” (S-DIP 56 Envelope) .
Refer to Table 6 about Functions and Data of the IC’s Each Pin. 9 Block Diagram 4. 2. Fig.short-circuit of the output pins to Vp High EMC immunity due to common mode inputs 3. Features Few external components Highly efficient fully DC-coupled vertical output bridge circuit Vertical flyback switch Guard circuit Protection against . General Description The TDA8350Q is a power circuit for use in 90° and 110° colour deflection systems for-field frequencies of 50 to 120 Hz.SERVICE MANUAL TDA8350Q (N401) DC-coupled Vertical Deflection and East-West Output Circuit 1. The circuit provides a DC driven vertical deflection output circuit. 14 . Block Diagram Temperature (thermal) protection East-West output stage with one single conversion resistor. operating as a highly efficient class G system and an East-West driver for sinking the diode modulator current.short-circuit of the output pins .
3. Block Diagram 2. 10 Block Diagram 4. but is also suitable for battery-fed portable recorders and radios. Refer to Table 7 about Functions and Data of the IC’s Each Pin. This level of 100 mA allows for single-ended headphone applications Fig.SERVICE MANUAL TDA7057AQ (N601) 2×8W Stereo BTL Audio Output Amplifier with DC Volume Control 1. The MCL circuit is activated when the difference in current between the output terminal of each amplifier exceeds 100 mA (typical 300 mA). Features ·DC volume control ·Few external components ·Mute mode ·Thermal protection ·Short-circuit proof ·No switch-on and switch-off clicks ·Good overall stability ·Low power consumption ·Low HF radiation ·ESD protected on all pins. 15 . Missing Current Limiter (MCL) A MCL protection circuit is built-in. General Description The TDA7057AQ is a stereo BTL output amplifier with DC volume control. The device is designed for use in TVs and monitiors.
5 V ·Fixed gain of 50 ·Black-Current Stabilization (BCS) circuit ·Thermal protection. the amplifier should be used with black-current control.SERVICE MANUAL TDA6107Q (NY01) Triple Video Output Amplifier 1. and is intended to drive the three cathodes of a colour CRT directly. General Description The TDA6107Q includes three video output amplifiers in one plastic DIL-bent-SIL 9-pin medium power (DBS9MPF) package (SOT 111-1). Name DBS9MPF Version SOT111-1 4. Ordering Information Type Number TDA6107Q Package Description Plastic DIL-bent-SIL medium power package with fin. Block Diagram Fig. To obtain maximum performance. using high-voltage DMOS technology. 9 leads 2. 16 . Features ·Typical bandwidth of 5. Refer to Table 8 about Functions and Data of the IC’s Each Pin. 11 Block Diagram (One Amplifier Shown) 5. 3.5 MHz for an output signal of 60 V (p-p) ·High slew rate of 900 V/S ·No external components required ·Very simple application ·Single supply voltage of 200 V ·Internal reference voltage of 2.
Cycle-by-cycle current limiting. under-voltage lockout with hysteresis. monitors. and thermal shutdown protects the power supply during the normal overload and fault conditions. small-size and standard power supply. 1. over-voltage protection. Circuit Block Diagram Amax) Low-Frequency. to televisions. Covering the power range from below 25 watts up to 300 watts for 100/115/230 VAC inputs. affording dielectric isolation without compromising thermal characteristics. Low-Power Standby Operation Fig. and up to 150 watts for 85 to 265 VAC universal input. and industrial power supply units. The series incorporates a high-precise error amplifying control and drive circuit with discrete avalanche-rated power MOSFET. from battery chargers and set top boxes. these devices can be used in a range of applications. Low-current startup and a low-power standby mode selected from the secondary circuit completes a comprehensive suite of features. featuring fewer external components. Features Flyback Operation with Quasi-Resonant Soft Switching for Low Power Dissipation and EMI Rugged Avalanche-Rated MOSFET Soft drive circuit MOSFET Adjustable MOSFET switching speed Choice of MOSFET Voltage and rDS(on) Full Over-Current Protection (no blanking) Under-Voltage Lockout with Hysteresis Over-Voltage Protection Direct Voltage Feedback Low Start-up Current (100 Overmolded 5-Pin Package 2. The series is provided in a five-pin overmolded SIP style package.SERVICE MANUAL STR-G5653/6454R (NQ821) Power Module The Series STR-G5653/F6654 is specifically designed to satisfy the requirements for increased integration and reliability in off-line quasi-resonant flyback converters.12 17 .
1 2 3 4 5 Symbol OCP/FB S D VIN GND MOSFET source MOSFET drain Supply voltage input for control circuit Ground Function Description Over-current protection detection signal/voltage-limiting signal input 4. 1 2 3 4 5 Symbol D S GND VIN OCP/FB MOSFET drain MOSFET source Ground Supply voltage input for control circuit Over-current protection detection signal/voltage-limiting signal input Function Description 3.1) Pin function for STR-G5653 Pin No. switching current.2) Pin function for STR-F6654 Pin No.Different pin functions c.Different electric characteristics: Larger power output.13 3. avalanche-rated and internal allowable power consumption for STR-F6654 18 .Different size: STR. Pin Configuration and Functions Dwg MK-003-50mm Fig. Difference between STR-G5653 and STR-F6654 a.F6654 is larger b.SERVICE MANUAL 3.
General Description The TDA9859 provides control facilities for the main and the SCART channel of a TV set. Switchable spatial stereo and pseudo stereo effects 3. extended bass control network. Block Diagram Audio surround decoder can be added externally Two general purpose logic output ports I2C-bus control of all functions.SERVICE MANUAL TDA9859 (N606) Universal Hi-Fi Audio Processor for TV 1. Fig. Refer to Table 9 about Functions and Data of the IC’s Each Pin. 19 . Each of the input signals can be switched to each of the outputs (crossbar switch). Outputs for loudspeaker channel and peri-TV connector (SCART). (1) For extended bass control. 14 Block Diagram and Application Circuit. Due to extended switching possibilities signals from three stereo sources can be handled. the capacitor between CBR/L1 and CBR/L2 should be replaced by the 4. 2. Features Multi-source selector switches six AF inputs (three stereo sources or six mono sources).
With (E) LOW one of the two switches is selected (low impedance ON-state) by Sn. With E HIGH all switches are in the high impedance OFF-state independent of SA to SC. 2.SERVICE MANUAL HEF4053 (DS01/DS02) Triple 2-channel Analog Multiplexer/Demultiplexer 1. 15 Functional Diagram 20 . The VDD to VSS range is 3 to 15V. For operation as a digital multiplexer/demultiplexer VEE is connected to VSS (typically ground). VDD and VSS are the supply voltage connections for the digital control inputs (SA to SC and E). Description The HEF4053 is a triple 2-channel analog multiplexer/demultiplexer with a common enable input (E). VDD-VEE may not exceed 15 V. Each multiplexer/demultiplexer has two independent inputs/outputs (Y0 and Y1) a common input/output (Z) and select inputs (Sn).The analog inputs/outputs (Y0 Y1 and Z) can swing between VDD as a positive limit and VEE as a negative limit. Block Diagrams Fig. Each also contains two-bidirectional analog switches each with one side connected to an independent input/output (Y0 and Y1) and the other side connected to a common input/output(Z).
16 Pinning Diagram 3. 21 . 17 Schematic Diagram (One Switch) Ratings Limiting values in accordance with the Absolute Maximum System(IEC 134) VEE -18 to + 0. plastic (SOT38-1) HEF4053D(F): 16-lead DIL. but the voltages at Y and Z may not exceed VDD or VEE 4. Refer to Table 10 about Functions and Data of the IC’s Each Pin. no VDD current will flow out of terminals Y. ceramic (cerdip) (SOT74) HEF4053T(D): 16-lead S0. plastic (SOT109-1) ( ): Package Designator North America Sn L H X Channel On Yon-Zn Yln-Zn none Notes H=HIGH state (the more positive voltage) L=LOW state (the less positive voltage) X=STATE is immaterial Fig. the voltage drop across the bidirecctional switch must not exceed 0.5 V Supply voltage (with reference to VDD) Note To avoid drawing VDD current out of terminal Z. when switch current flows into terminals Y. Function Table Inputs E L L H Independent inputs/outputs Independent inputs/outputs Select inputs Enable input (active LOW) Common inputs/outputs HEF4053P(N): 16-lead DIL .SERVICE MANUAL Pinning Y0A to Y0C Y1A to Y1C SA to Sc E ZA to ZC Fig. in this case there is no limit for the voltage drop across the switch.4 V. If the switch current flows into terminal Z.
95 9.48 9.56 5. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 Function Description Not connected Clock line Data line AV1 control AV2 control AV3 control Not connected Not connected Ground Input terminal for clock oscillating signal Output terminal for clock oscillating signal Power supply Button-control voltage input terminal Button-control voltage input terminal Not connected Not connected Reset Filter Video signal input terminal Input terminal for vertical flyback pulse Input terminal for horizontal flyback pulse R character output terminal G character output terminal B character output terminal Output terminal for fast blanking signal Character level clamping Clock line 0 Data line 0 Clock line 1 Data line 11 Overload detecting input terminal Input terminal for selectable production modes Not connected Remote control input Not connected Not connected Mute Not connected Not connected Not connected Standby control Not connected Reference Voltage (V) 0 4.63 5 5 5 5 4.87 5 0 0 0 0.58 9.76 3 4.06 6.9 4.51 5.08 2.45 5.97 9.81 2.6 5.08 2.4 5.29 5.12 7.74 4.93 5.33 8.61 5.88 2.1 2.62 5.56 9.89 4.28 5.4 0 0 9.36 4.56 5.29 9.3 5.22 6.45 9.08 1.59 9.01 2.55 6.12 7.92 0 1.33 5.64 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Digital Multimeter Positive Negative Resistance (K ) Resistance (K ) 9.21 8.03 6.97 5.73 4.45 4.54 7.64 3.05 7.52 5.08 1.08 9.58 9.4 9.08 3.91 5.27 0 0 0 0 0 5 5 4.52 4.05 6.6 5.36 5.28 5.1 2.58 9.SERVICE MANUAL Service Data of Key ICs Table 3 Functions and Service Data of LC86F3264AU-DIP (N001)’s Pins Pin No.31 9.16 7.03 8.09 5.35 9.62 9.21 9.84 5.9 5.13 5.89 5.59 7.41 5 5 0 4.58 9.42 4.73 5.36 22 .22 9.18 5.46 5.12 5.64 4.96 2.91 5.92 8.12 9.43 9.53 5.
5 8.04 3.SERVICE MANUAL Table 4 Functions and Service Data of AT24C04 (N002)'s Pins Pin No.25 9.05 4.04 8.37 2.32 0 3 0 3.2 7.38 Digital Multimeter Positive Negative Resistance (K ) Resistance (K ) 2.61 3.91 23 .12 9.91 5.1 3.7 1.51 3.04 2.96 5. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Function Description Address input Address input Address input Common ground Clock line Data line Write protect Power supply Reference Voltage (V) 0 0 0 0 5 5 4.01 1 9.06 5.15 5.94 5.19 6.15 7.52 6.23 5.24 9.65 0 0 2.06 4.5 8.24 9.78 9.98 5.1 3.02 6.81 3.12 1 5.26 3.99 5 Digital Multimeter Positive Negative Resistance (K ) Resistance (K ) 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 7.52 9 9.6 3.26 6.01 9.25 8.22 6.2 2.15 5.4 4.92 2.19 6.5 5.01 9.91 1.82 2.68 6 5.24 4.21 9.2 8.38 2.94 0 5.87 5.88 5.2 5.12 6.1 3.15 0 9.82 7.26 2.6 0.4 8.2 5.04 6.35 3.15 7.91 5.12 6.49 3.58 5.64 3.33 Table 5 Functions and Service Data of OM8839PS (N301)’s Pins Pin No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 Function Description SIF signal input External audio signal input Reference frequency resonant coil terminal Reference frequency resonant coil terminal PLL filter Video detection output Clock line Two-way transmission data line Gap decoupling SVHS chroma signal input SVHS luminance signal input Supply voltage Composite video signal input terminal Ground Audio signal output Decoupling capacitor connection Video input Black current control input Blue(B) signal output Green(G) signal output Red(R) signal output Beam current control Red(R) signal output Green(G) signal output Blue(B) signal output Selectable primary color signal input control Luminance signal input Luminance signal input B-Y color difference signal output R-Y color difference signal output B-Y color difference signal output Reference Voltage (V) 0 3.4 5.22 9.87 5.21 2.
16 5.3 8.53 4.26 3.68 4.92 0 0.05 6 5.97 5.5 6.73 2.92 8.49 0.4 9.72 24 .37 0.89 9.65 8.93 0 Positive Resistance (K ) 9.3 9.45 9.28 16.25 0 5.96 6.93 4.29 4.91 5.99 5.95 3.62 4.67 2.2 6.94 8.82 6.2 6.35 4.05 3.88 Negative Resistance (K ) 5.22 0.72 7.8 3.78 8.27 8.76 3.49 5.08 Table 6 Functions and Service Data of TDA8350 (N401)’s Pins Pin No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 Digital Multimeter Function Description Vertical drive input (positive) Vertical drive input (negative) Feedback input Supply voltage Output 1 Not connected Ground Pump supply voltage input Output 1 Guard output Pincushion output Pincushion input (negative) Pincushion input (positive) Reference Voltage (V) 2.37 2.3 8.4 5.09 6.02 8.87 4.97 5.12 0 0 0 4.99 0.93 3.04 6.99 8.31 0 9.55 0.84 5.32 2.04 0 5.81 7.SERVICE MANUAL 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 R-Y color difference signal output Sub-carrier output for SECAM demodulation 3.25 10.66 3.52 8.04 6.52 9.35 2.14 6.15 16.51 9.43MHz crystal oscillator APC low pass filter Horizontal starting supply voltage Composite video output Black level stretch Line drive pulse output Horizontal flyback pulse input/sandcastle pulse output Line discriminator Line discriminator Ground Vertical frequency parabola output Field drive signal output Field drive signal output IF signal input IF signal input High voltage detection input Vertical sawtooth generation Vertical reference bias setting AGC filter for IF amplifier AGC output for IF amplifier Audio deemphasis Audio decoupling 2.32 2.58MHz crystal oscillator 4.12 6.02 8.05 9.56 6.22 3.05 8.11 4.02 9.82 8.97 6.9 4.71 5.52 8.81 9.37 5.5 8.899 4.64 7.92 6.62 4.54 2.04 8.93 9.04 6 2.62 2.14 0 0 46.
SERVICE MANUAL Table 7 Functions and Service Data of TDA7057AQ (N601)’s Pins Digital Multimeter Pin Function Description No. Voltage (V) 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 G inverting input R inverting input B inverting input Ground Black level current input Supply voltage B output R output G output 2.68 4.5 0.53 5. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 Volume control input Not connected Audio R signal input Supply voltage Audio L signal input Ground Volume control input Left channel in-phase signal output Ground Left channel inverting signal output Right channel inverting signal output Ground Right channel in-phase signal output Reference Voltage (V) 1.72 5.15 Table 8 Functions and Service Data of TDA6107Q (NY01)’s Pins Digital Multimeter Pin Function Description No.47 6.96 4.48 5.88 Negative Resistance (K ) 6.96 0 5.96 4.72 0 19.71 7.6 0 5.6 Resistance (K ) 5.88 6.48 5.76 0 7.48 6.6 0 5.6 5.94 3 2.48 0 6.46 6.03 7.5 0 6.03 0 2.45 0 1.45 16.48 Reference Positive Negative 25 .72 5.5 198.64 0 7.68 0.6 0 6.28 Resistance (K ) 4.65 103 98.6 100.15 5.6 Positive Resistance (K ) 6.46 12.91 0 6.18 2.79 12.47 0 6.
77 5.65 6.36 7.15 4.77 0 5.24 5.15 4.12 5.14 4.15 4.21 5.84 7.83 1.15 4.SERVICE MANUAL Table 9 Functions and Service Data of TDA9859 (N606)’s Pins Pin Function Description No.13 4.14 4.98 6.24 5.15 0 4.36 7.79 5.96 6.15 4.14 7.02 6.26 5.13 4.59 7.14 8.61 7. Reference Voltage (V) (K ) Resistance (K ) Digital Multimeter Positive Resistance Negative 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 Audio input Output 1 Audio input Reference voltage for filtering capacitor Audio output Supply voltage Audio output Ground Audio output Audio input 8 Channel 1 audio compensation Channel 2 audio compensation Audio output 8 Treble compensation Audio output Clock line Serial data line Audio output Treble compensation Audio output Bass2 compensation Bass1 compensation Audio input Audio output Mode address selection Audio output Audio compensation 1 Audio input Audio compensation 1 Audio input Output 2 Audio input 4.34 7.83 6.04 6.59 7.62 1.61 7.15 4.57 7.66 5.62 7.14 0 4.78 7.61 7.53 4.15 4.94 5.14 8.41 0 7.64 7.15 0 4.33 4.14 4.24 6.25 5.84 5.85 6.14 0 4.15 4.86 7.62 7.95 0 5.79 6.38 7.83 26 .37 7.26 4.03 6.14 0 4.22 5.48 7.18 4.38 7.48 6.15 0 4.34 0 7.62 5.12 6.83 6.57 5.24 5.46 7.78 7.
9 6.12 4.4 4.58 9. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 Signal input Signal input Signal input Signal output Signal input Ground Ground Ground Control signal input Control signal input Control signal input Signal input Signal output Signal input Signal output Supply voltage Reference Voltage (V) 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.21 0 0 0 9.7 5.97 7.8 0 9.73 0.7 5.2 0 Digital Multimeter Positive Resistance (K ) 9.07 0 27 .88 5 4. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 AGC NC NC SCL SDA VDD NC NC BT NC IF Reference Voltage (V) 0.4 6.6 0 6.2 2.85 7.2 0 13.61 4.9 0 30.98 Negative Resistance (K ) 6.12 2.04 6.21 0 0 0 0 5.99 7.56 Negative Resistance (K ) 6.81 6.15 0 6.81 6.2 2.58 2.12 0.79 9.95 6.98 26.15 6.98 0 0 0 0 5.39 5.09 Digital Multimeter Positive Resistance (K ) 9.44 Table 11 Functions and Service Data of TDQ-6F2M’s Pins Pin Function Description No.15 6.89 4.SERVICE MANUAL Table 10 Functions and Service Data of HEF4053 (DS01/DS02)’s Pins Pin Function Description No.66 0 0 0 0 7.13 5.81 0 9.
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5) Remove the rubber wedge. Perform the adjustments in order as follows. 4) Loosen the clamp screw holding the deflection yoke and slide it backward or forward to display vertical green belt (zone) on the screen.SERVICE MANUAL ADJUSTMENTS Set-up Adjustments The following adjustments should be made when a complete realignment is required or a new CRT is installed. 6) Rotate and spread the tabs of the purity magnet around the neck of the CRT until the green belt is on the center of the screen. 18 32 . 18. Convergence 3. 3) Receive the green raster test pattern. 1) Demagnetize the CRT and cabinet using a degaussing coil. 2) Set the brightness and contrast to maximum. Colour purity 2. 1. 8) Check purity of the red and blue raster. the TV should be operated for at least 15 minutes. Colour Purity Adjustment Note: Before attempting any purity adjustment. Refer to Fig. Tighten the clamp screw of the yoke temporarily. 1. 7) Slowly move the deflection yoke forward or backward until a uniform green screen is obtained. White Balance Note: The purity/convergence magnet assembly and rubber wedges need mechanical positioning. Deflection Yoke Dummy Wedge Rubber Wedge Adhesive Purity/Convergence Glass Cloth Tapes Magnet Module Deflection Yoke Fig.
5) Adjust two tabs of 6-pole magnet to superimpose red/blue line and green line. 4) Turn both tabs at the same time keeping the angle constant to superimpose red and blue horizontal lines on the center of the screen. resulting in complicating and dot movement. 4) Put other wedge into bottom space and remove the cover paper to stick. 6) Keep the deflection yoke position and put another wedge in either upper space. 3) Adjust two tabs of the 4-pole magnet to change the angle between them and red and blue vertical lines are superimposed on the center area of the screen. Remove cover paper and stick the wedge on the CRT to fix the yoke. Circumference convergence adjustment 1) Loosen the clamping screw of the defection yoke slightly to allow it to tilt. 4-pole magnet and 6-pole magnet interact each other. Stick it on the CRT to fix the yoke. 2) Temporarily put a wedge as shown in Fig.) 3) Tilt front of the deflection yoke up or down to obtain better convergence in circumference. (Do not remove cover paper on adhesive part of the wedge. Convergence Adjustment Note: Before attempting any convergence adjustment. 19 2.SERVICE MANUAL Fig. recheck overall convergence. Push the mounted wedge into the space between the CRT and yoke to fix the yoke temporarily. 2) Set the brightness and contrast properly.18. Tighten the screw firmly to fix the yoke and check if the yoke is fixed. 7) Detach the temporarily mounted wedge and put it in another upper space. the TV should be operated for at least 15 minutes. green and blue movement. 6) Repeat steps 3) 5) keeping in mind red. Adjusting the angle affects the vertical lines and rotating both magnets affects the horizontal lines. 33 . 8) After fixing three wedges. Center convergence adjustment 1) Receive the crosshatch test pattern. 5) Tilt front of the deflection yoke right or left to obtain better convergence in circumference.
If the set is moved or faced to a different direction. contrast and colour to obtain natural colour pictures. Fig. Therefore the TV should operate normally and deliver proper colour pictures upon installation. Check and adjust all the customer controls such as brightness. 2. This TV is shipped completely in carton. the power switch must be switched off for a few minutes in order that the automatic degaussing circuit operates properly. General Description All adjustments are thoroughly checked and corrected before the TV outgoing.SERVICE MANUAL 9) Stick three adhesive tapes on wedges as shown in Fig. Automatic Degaussing A degaussing coil is mounted around the CRT so that external degaussing after moving the TV is generally unnecessary. 18. several minor adjustments may be required depending on the particular location where the TV is operated. Slowly move the degaussing coil around the screen. Turn on the TV. The degaussing coil operates in about 1 second after power on. 60Hz two-pin power outlet. 20 Circuit Adjustments 1. If colour shading still exists. the sides and front of the TV and slowly withdraw the coil to a distance of about 2m before unplug it. Connect the power cord into a 120V AC. perform the Colour Purity Adjustment and Convergence Adjustment procedures. 34 . Should the chassis or parts of the cabinet become magnetized to cause poor colour purity. providing it is properly degaussed upon installation. However. Carefully take out the TV from the carton and remove all packing materials. use an external-degaussing coil.
2) Turn on the TV and set the brightness and contrast to minimum (i. Before Adjusting After Adjusting 35 .High Voltage Inspection Caution: No high voltage adjustment should be done in the chassis. ensure that no poor focusing exists near the center or around of the frame. 1) Set R801 to the mechanical center and AC power supply to 120±2V. 1) Connect a precise high voltmeter to the second anode of the CRT.5V. 3) The high voltage tested should be 29±0. After finishing adjustment. 2) Set H. Supply Voltage Adjustment Caution: +B voltage has close relation to high voltage. 3) Receive Philips test pattern signals. Focus Adjustment 1) Use the remote control to set the contrast to maximum and the brightness. 2) Connect a digital voltmeter to two pins of C838. 5. chroma to medium. To avoid X-ray radiation. lines near Philips pattern center to thinnest with the FCB on the FBT. and then turn on the TV. and ensure high voltage not beyond limitation of 30KV (For 25” TV) or 33KV (For 29” TV) in any case. V. +B voltage should be +145V.5KV(for 29” TV) 4) Set the brightness to minimum or maximum. 4) Make the voltmeter read 145±0. set beam current of the CRT to zero).SERVICE MANUAL 3. 4.e.5KV(for 25” TV) or 30±0.
Press the MUTE button on the remote control and “Mute”appears on the TV screen.SERVICE MANUAL Service Mode and Bus Data 1. Description AFW:240KHz IF-PLL AGC over f IFS MOD Fixed Avd Sound Mute Auto Limit VOLUME Blank HOB Data 1 1 9 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 Description De interta H shift H shift-50 E/W WIDE PARABOLA E/W CORNER TRAPZIUM OSDH POS V CENTER V AMP Data 0 40 32 45 32 63 23 13 31 30 Description S CORRECT V SHIFT V SHIFT-50 V 200M V SCROLL V HALF SPK PRESCL AV PRESCAL ST SPECTRL ST TIM CVR Data 20 32 32 25 31 0 55 66 31 7 Description AUTO ADJUST SUB BRIGHT LOUDNESS CNTRST MAX CONTRST MID CNTRST MIN COLOR CORE SPATIAL SUB TINT OPT STEREO Data 0 27 18 52 21 0 31 32 31 1 Description OPT SPKON OPT SPATAL OPT COLOR OPT V-CHIP OPT CCD OPT PWR-ON SRCH SPEED ROM CORREC Data 0 1 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 2. DS01 DS02 Door Turnover Control DS01 9 TV AV1 AV2 AV3 S-VIDEO H H L L L 10 H H L L L 11 DS02 9 L L L H H 10 L L H L L 11 H H L L L 36 . Press the button on the remote control or MAIN POWER SWITCH button on the TV to exit from the mode. Decrease the volume to 00. Then press and hold the MUTE button on the remote control and MENU on the TV at the same time for 3 seconds and the TV enters the S mode. How to Enter the SERVICE Mode with the Remote control. Press the or button to select data in turn and or button to decrease or increase data.
SERVICE MANUAL 3. Bus data (for MCR61TF30 only) Item MENU 00 AFW:240KHZ IF-PILL: AFA:Inside AFB:Below AGC over f IFS MOD MENU 01 Fixed Aud.S-VHS MENU 02 Blank HOB De interla H shift H shift-50 E/W WIDE PARABOLA Horizontal scan Upper and lower useless parts of 16:9 image blanked 0=Disable 0=Interlace 1=Non-interlace 0 0 45 31 41 27 39 40 3 Set to the optimal mode Set to the optimal mode Set to the optimal mode Set to the optimal mode Set to the optimal mode Description IF AFC window 0=125KHz 1=275KHz IF-PILL frequency AFC window 0=Outside 1=Inside (output) AFC reference level 0=Below 1=Above (output) RF AGC IF sensitivity 0=Normal 1= 20dB loss Modulation mode: 0=Negative 1=Positive Audio 0=Adjustable volume 1=Fixed volume 0=Not mute 1=Mute FM demodulation Auto volume adjustment 0=Disable (limited to 8841/42/46) Language options 000 English. 1: AV stereo (TDA9859) Surround: 1=Yes 0=No 0: AV mono 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 for other mode 1 1 1 1 7 0 0 Changeable Changeable Set to the optimal mode Bus data Remarks Horizontal center (vertical frequency: 60Hz) Horizontal center (vertical frequency: 50Hz) Horizontal amplitude East-West pincushion correction E/W CORNER Quadricorn correction TRAPZIUM OSD H. Sound Mute Auto Limit FLNG1 FLNG2 FLNG3 OPT. Spanish Other options are available for TVs to South America.POS MENU 03 VER MODE: Trapezoidal distortion OSD horizontal position Vertical scan 0=Auto/60Hz 2=Auto/hold 1=60Hz compulsory 0 (continued) 37 .STEREO OPT.SPATAL OPT. French.
SERVICE MANUAL VER OUT: OVERSCAN: VER Protec BLANK FIX VER Dividr MENU 04 V HALF V CENTER V CENTER50 V AMP V AMP-50 S CORRECT V SHIFT V SHIFT-50 V ZOOM V SCROLL MENU 05 WHIT P RED WHIT P GRE WHIT P BLU AKB Y-Delay Cathod Lev MENU 06 BLUE Stret BLACK stret Y-VALUE SKIN ANGLE SKIN TONE B.B LEVEL MENU 07 ACL Vertical blanking: 0=50/60HZ adaptive 1=50HZ compulsory Vertical frequency divider 0=Normal 1=Wide range sync Vertical output 1=Only first half vertical scan Half vertical center (vertical frequency: 60Hz) Half vertical center (vertical frequency: 50Hz) Vertical amplitude (vertical frequency: 60Hz) Vertical amplitude (vertical frequency: 50Hz) S correction Vertical center (vertical frequency: 60Hz) Vertical center (vertical frequency: 50Hz) Vertical amplitude compensation for 16:9 and 4:3 Center shift when 16:9 shifted to 4:3 RGB Red bright balance Green bright balance Blue bright balance Auto white (dark) balance 0ns~320ns step40ns(9 steps event of even) unchangeable in 31 31 31 1 8 5 Set to the optimal mode Set to the optimal mode 0 31 31 31 31 16 31 31 25 31 Set to the optimal mode Set to the optimal mode Set to the optimal mode 0=Normal 1=Vertical scan off 0 1 0 0 0 Monochrome peak voltage: 57~107V Brightness channel Blue level stretch: 1=On Black level stretch: 1=On Brightness channel gain: 0=Normal 1=High Skin tone correction angle: 0=123°(more red) 1=117°(more blue) Skin tone correction switch 1=On Blue back brightness Color channel Auto color saturation control: 1=On 1 1 0 0 1 40 1 (continued) 38 .
1XFsc 1=3 line comb filter enable (auto) 0=Disable 0=Base band delay line used 1=Bypassed (auto) 0=PAL/NTSC matrix 1=PAL matrix compulsory 1: Not degaussing again within 4 minutes after auto degaussing with power on Over voltage protection (spot killer when power off) 1=Yes 0=No 1: BBK on 0 BBK off 1: Auto adjustment Analog Sub brightness AV output amplitude (for BTSC stereo only) 31 75 0 Sub contrast Max.6MHZ 63 31 0 31 28 CB CMB BPS MAT OPT.OVPT OPT.1. Min.BBK AUTO ADJST MENU 08 SUB BRIGHT AV PRESECL VOLUME CONTRST MAX CONTRST MID CONTRST MIN COLOR Core SUB TINT MENU 09 BCO 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 1 0 XA.XB 1: ONE 3. Mid.SERVICE MANUAL Center frequency of color band pass: 0=1Fsc 1=1. Sub saturation Sub tint Selector AKB start-up characteristic 0=Picture displayed without delay 1=Picture displayed through inner delay Horizontal scan crystal oscillator: 0=TWO 3.6MHZ(PIN34) 2: ONE 4.0 MENU 10 VIM 0=Standby 1=Normal Sync separation 0=On 1=Off Crystal oscillator operation selection (color system selection) Selector Video identification mode 1=Coupled to video after switchover 1 0 0 1 (continued) 39 .43MHZ(PIN35) 3: 3.43 MHZ (PIN35) STB POC CM2.6 (PIN34)/4.DW4MIN OPT.
AV2 OPT. (3) The data sheet may differ dependent on different CRTs for the same model.SERVICE MANUAL STM HCO 1=Reducing identification sensitivity during tuning in High voltage fluctuation compensation 0=Compensating vertical output 1=Compensation horizontal/vertical output Vertical protection 1=Identification and protection 0=Identification only High voltage (X-ray protection ) 1=Identification and protection 0=Identification only Coring: 1=On Others 1=Switch-off in vertical overscan function CVBS-2 OUTPUT ( for TDA885X only) Auto Startup 0=AUTO 1=Startup by MUCH IF-PILL time constant 0=Normal 1=Fast Expanding blue level stretch 1=ON Color killer 0=Normal 1=Not kill Option switch 1=With AV2 1=With AV3 YUV component input 1 Yes 0=No Color system 0=NTSC 1=PAL M/N—NTSC V-CHIP 1=Yes CCD 1=Yes 1 1 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 0=Off 0 1 EVG PRD COR MENU 11 OSO CS1. (2) The data sheet may differ dependent on different modes.AV3 should be changed to 0. 40 . OPT. POT.YCbCr OPT. (4) Do not adjust I2C data with the remote jig unless necessary.PWR-ON 0=Soft on 1=Instant on SRCH SPEED 0=Slow search 1= Fast search ROM CORREC ROM correction (fixed to 0) MSP/TDA 1 BTSC(MSP3440) 0=STEREO/ MONO Notes: (1) For MCR68TF800 and MCR68420.AV3 OPT. For MCR66R400.CS0 AST FFI EBS FCO MENU 12 OPT.CCD 0 1 1 OPT.COLOR OPT.SHS should be changed to 0.V-CHIP OPT. (5) The remote jigs on neighboring work position cannot affect each other. OPT.DVD should be changed to 1.
FINAL WIRING DIAGRAM FOR MCR61TF30 Power Switch Assembly Control Buttons PCB Assembly XK01 XPK01A From Degaussing Coil Wired Connector XPK01 XPK02 From power cord Wired Connector XS803 VDR801 From Right Speaker XP800 XP901A From Left Speaker White XS804 Black Black Wired Connector B Blue To Speaker's Positive Wired Connector XP804 XSK02 XSK01A XSW01 To Speaker's Positive Wired Connector A Wired Connector XPY03 Wired Connector XPK02 XP804 XS803 XSY01 Power PCB Assembly Wired Connector XV602 XP803 Wired Connector XP803 Main PCB Assembly XS402 Wired Connector XV602 From Deflection Yoke XPS06 XSY03 A Wire Wired Connector XV602 XSA01A XSA02 XPA03 AV PCB Assembly Connected to L Male Connector on AV PCB Assembly CRT RGB PCB Assembly C Wire (Red) VG2 XPY01 GND1 XPY03 GND2 XPA02 CUI CVI SCI SYI GND CYI GND SPO GND SCI 5V VI 5V VI GND GND GND XAS01 CUI CVI GND SYI GND CYI GND SPO GND Grey Wired Connector XPY03 Soldered on Copper-foil Grounding Land From CRT's Ground Wire Wired Connector XPY01 Connected to L Female Connector on Main PCB Assembly .
FINAL WIRING DIAGRAM FOR MCR66R400 .
FINAL WIRING DIAGRAM FOR MCR68R420 Power Switch PCB Assembly Control PCB Assembly XPK01 Wired Connector XPK01 From Power Cord From Degaussing Coil Side AV PCB Assembly XS08 Wired Connector XS803 From Right Speaker XS06 XP800 XP901A Wired Connector XP804 XS804 From Left Speaker Black Red Black Red Wired Connector A XSK01 XS08 XS803 XS402 From Deflection Yoke Wired Connector B XP804 XSY01 Wired Connector XP205 Power PCB Assembly XP803 Wired Connector XP803 Main PCB Assembly XS402 Wired Connector XP205 From Deflection Yoke XPS06 XSY03 Wired Connector XP205 Wired Connector XPY01 From Ground Wire (Soldered) AV PCB Assembly Wired Connector XPY03 Wired Connector XPK02 XPY01 CRTGBPCAsembly GND1 GND2 XPY03 .
FINAL WIRING DIAGRAM FOR MCR68TF800 From Degaussing Coil From Power Cord Power Switch PCB Assembly Wired Connector XS01 KK06 TV/AV KK05 P+ KK04 PKK03 MENU KK02 V+ KK01 V- Control PCB Assembly XK02 XPK02 XSK02B Wired Connector AD-05-200 Wired Connector AD-04-120 XP901A XSK02A From Left Speaker XP800 From Right Speaker XSK02 Black Wired Connector A Red Wired Connector XPK02 Black Red XS804 XS08 Wired Connector XP804 Wired Connector B XS804 XS803 Main PCB Assembly Power PCB Assembly XS803 XSY01 Wired Connector XP803 Wired Connector XP205's A Wired Connector XP205's B XS402 From Deflection Yoke XPS06 XSY03 Wired Connector XP205 Wired Connector XPY01 From Ground Wire (Soldered) XPY01 XPY03 Wired Connector XPY03 AV PCB Assembly GND1 GND2 CRT RGB PCB Assembly .
MCR61TF30 (Main Diagram) Chassis : CH-10C5 .
Kine Board.MCR61TF30 (A/V I/O Board. Power Supply and others) Chassis : CH-10C5 .
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