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Colour Television Chassis

L9.1E
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Table of contents Page
1. Technical specifications 2 Tuner and VIF diagram A5 29 32,34
2. Connection facilities and chassis overview 3 Video processing diagram A6 30 32,34
3. Safety and maintenance instructions 5 Control diagram A7 31 32,34
4. Mechanical instructions 7 Front Control diagram A8 33 32,34
5. Faultfinding and repair tips 8 NICAM/2CS diagram A10 36 32,34
6. Fault finding trees 17 Smart Sound diagram A11 35 32,34
Supply voltages diagram 21 Audio amplifier diagram A12 37 32,34
Blockdiagram 22 Headphone diagram A13 38 32,34
Testpoint overviews 23 IO Scart (Europe) diagram A15 39 32,34
7. Electrical Diagrams and print lay-outs CRT panel diagram B 40 41
Diagram PWB Side AV diagram E 42 42
Power supply diagram A1 24 32,34 8. Alignments 43
Diversity tables 25 32,34 9. Circuit description new circuits 48
Horizontal deflection diagram A2 26 32,34 10. Directions for use 54
Vertical deflection diagram A3 27 32,34 11. List of abbreviations 60
Synchronisation diagram A4 28 32,34 12. Spare parts list 62
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2 L9.1E 1 Technical Specifications
Mains voltage : 90V - 276Vac; 50-
1 Technical Specifications

60Hz

Maximum power consumption

• 25" : 75W +/- 10%


• 28" : 90W +/- 10%
• 29" : 90W +/- 10%

Standby power consumption : 6W +/- 10%


Colour Synchronisation :
Sub-carrier pull in range : +/- 300Hz
Horizontal Synchronisation :
Catching range : +/- 600 Hz
Holding range : +/- 1200 Hz
Vertical Lock Range : 49 Hz - 61Hz
Tuners : UV 1316/AI-2 (PAL/
SECAM)
2 Connection facilities and chassis overview L9.1E 3

2.1 Specification of the terminal sockets


2 Connection facilities and chassis overview

IR -Volume+ Channel
- +
Red CL 86532104_011.eps
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Figure 2-1

EXT1

EXT2

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Figure 2-2 9- Earth screen v


10- -
11- -
2.1.1 Scart 1: CVBS(in/out) + RGB(in) - tuner at output
12- -
13- Earth screen v
1- Audio Out R (0.5Vrms <= 1kΩ) k 14- Earth screen v
2- Audio In R (0.2-2Vrms >= 10kΩ) j 15- C (300mVpp/75Ω) j
3- Audio Out L (0.5Vrms <= 1kΩ) k 16- -
4- Earth screen v 17- Earth screen v
5- Earth screen v 18- Earth screen v
6- Audio In L (0.2-2Vrms >= 10kΩ) k 19- CVBS k
7- Blue (0.7Vpp/75Ω) k 20- CVBS/Y (1Vpp/75Ω) j
8- CVBS status (INT = 0-2V, EXT(16:9) 21- Earth screen v
= 4.5-7V, EXT(4:3) = 9.5-12V)
9- Earth screen v
10- - 2.1.3 Cinch - audio/video in
11- Green (0.7Vpp/75Ω) j
12- -
13- Earth screen v
14- Earth screen v Video
15- Red (0.7Vpp/75Ω) j
16- FBL (>0.9V RGB mode )
17- Earth screen v L
18- Earth screen v Audio
19- CVBS k
R
20- CVBS (1Vpp/75Ω) j
21- Earth screen v

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1- CVBS (yellow)(1Vpp 75Ω) q
Input = EXT2 => output = tuner 2- Audio L (red) (0.2-2Vrms 10kΩ) q
3- Audio R (white) (0.2-2Vrms 10kΩ) q
Input = tuner/EXT1 => output = tuner/EXT1

1- Audio Out R (0.5Vrms <= 1kΩ) k 2.1.4 Headphone


2- Audio In R (0.2-2Vrms >= 10kΩ) j
3- Audio Out L (0.5Vrms <= 1kΩ) k 1- 8-600Ω (4mW) t
4- Earth screen v
5- Earth screen v
6- Audio In L (0.2-2Vrms >= 10kΩ) j
7- -
8- CVBS status (INT = 0-2V, EXT(16:9)
= 4.5-7V, EXT(4:3) = 9.5-12V)
4 L9.1E 2 Connection facilities and chassis overview
2.2 PCB location drawing

E SIDE AV PANEL CRT PANEL B


POWER SUPPLY A1

MAIN HOR.DEFLECTION A2
CHASSIS
PANEL VERT. DEFLECTION A3
SYNCHRONISATION A4
TUNER + VIDEO IF A5
VIDEO PROCESSING A6
CONTROL (µC) A7
FRONT CONTROL A8
NICAM + 2CS DECODER A10
SMART SOUND A11
AUDIO AMPLIFIER A12
HEADPHONE A13
I/O SCART A15
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3 Safety and maintenance instructions L9.1E 5

3.1 Safety instructions for repairs – When the set is used in circumstances with higher dust,
3 Safety and maintenance instructions

grease or moisture levels, for example in a kitchen, the


recommended interval is 1 year.
– The maintenance inspection contains the following actions:
• Execute the above mentioned 'general repair
Figure 3-1 instruction'.
• Clean the power supply and deflection circuitry on the
chassis.
1. Safety regulations require that during a repair:
• Clean the picture tube panel and the neck of the picture
– the set should be connected to the mains via an
tube.
isolating transformer;
– safety components, indicated by the symbol (see fig.
3.1), should be replaced by components identical to 3.3 Warnings
the original ones;
– when replacing the CRT, safety goggles must be worn.

2. Safety regulations require that after a repair the set must 1. ESD
be returned in its original condition. In particular attention All ICs and many other semiconductors are susceptible to
should be paid to the following points. electrostatic discharges (ESD). Careless handling during
– As a strict precaution, we advise you to resolder the repair can reduce life drastically. When repairing, make
solder joints through which the horizontal deflection sure that you are connected with the same potential as the
current is flowing, in particular: mass of the set by a wristband with resistance. Keep
• all pins of the line output transformer (LOT); components and tools also at this same potential.
• fly-back capacitor(s); – complete kit ESD3 small table mat, wristband,
• S-correction capacitor(s); connectionbox, extensioncable and earthcable 4822
• line output transistor; 310 10671
• pins of the connector with wires to the deflection – wristband tester 4822 344 13999
coil;
• other components through which the deflection 2. In order to prevent damage to ICs and transistors, all high-
current flows. voltage flashovers must be avoided. In order to prevent
damage to the picture tube, the method shown in Fig. 3.2
Note: This resoldering is advised to prevent bad should be used to discharge the picture tube. Use a high-
connections due to metal fatigue in solder joints and is voltage probe and a multimeter (position DC-V). Discharge
therefore only necessary for television sets older than until the meter reading is 0V (after approx. 30s).
2 years. The wire trees and EHT cable should be 3. Together with the deflection unit and any multipole unit, the
routed correctly and fixed with the mounted cable flat square picture tubes used from an integrated unit. The
clamps. deflection and the multipole units are set optimally at the
factory. Adjustment of this unit during repair is therefore not
– The insulation of the mains lead should be checked for recommended.
external damage. 4. Be careful during measurements in the high-voltage
– The mains lead strain relief should be checked for its section and on the picture tube.
function in order to avoid touching the CRT, hot 5. Never replace modules or other components while the unit
components or heat sinks. is switched on.
– The electrical DC resistance between the mains plug 6. When making settings, use plastic rather than metal tools.
and the secondary side should be checked (only for This will prevent any short circuits and the danger of a
sets which have a mains isolated power supply). This circuit becoming unstable.
check can be done as follows: 7. Wear safety goggles during replacement of the picture tube
• unplug the mains cord and connect a wire between
the two pins of the mains plug;
• set the mains switch to the on position (keep the 3.4 Notes
mains cord unplugged!);
• measure the resistance value between the pins of 1. The direct voltages and oscillograms should be measured
the mains plug and the metal shielding of the tuner with regard to the tuner earth , or hot earth as this is called
or the aerial connection on the set. The reading (see fig. 3.3)
should be between 4.5 MΩ and 12 MΩ; 2. The direct voltages and oscillograms shown in the
• switch off the TV and remove the wire between the diagrams are indicative and should be measured in the
two pins of the mains plug. Service Default Mode (see chapter 8) with a colour bar
signal and stereo sound (L:3 kHz, R:1 kHz unless stated
– The cabinet should be checked for defects to avoid otherwise) and picture carrier at 475.25 MHz.
touching of any inner parts by the customer. 3. Where necessary, the oscillograms and direct voltages are
measured with and without aerial signal. Voltages in the
power supply section are measured both for normal
3.2 Maintenance instruction operation and in standby . These values are indicated by
means of the appropriate symbols (see fig. 3.3).
It is recommended to have a maintenance inspection carried 4. The picture tube PWB has printed spark gaps. Each spark
out by a qualified service employee. The interval depends on gap is connected between an electrode of the picture tube
the usage conditions: and the Aquadag coating.
5. The semiconductors indicated in the circuit diagram and in
– When the set is used under normal circumstances, for the parts lists are completely interchangeable per position
example in a living room, the recommended interval is 3 to with the semiconductors in the unit, irrespective of the type
5 years. indication on these semiconductors.
6 L9.1E 3 Safety and maintenance instructions
6. Manufactured under license from Dolby Laboratories
Licensing Corporation.
7. DOLBY, the double D symbol and PRO LOGIC are
trademarks of Dolby Laboratories Licensing Corporation.

CL 26532098/042
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Figure 3-2

tuner earth hot earth


tuner aarde hete aarde
la masse du tuner la terre directe
Tuner-Erde heißen Erde
massa del tuner massa calda
tierra del sintonizador tierra caliente

with aerial signal without aerial signal


met antenne signaal zonder antenne signaal
avec signal d'antenne sans signal d'antenne
mit Antennensignal .ohne Antennensignal
con segnale d'antenna senza segnale d'antenna
con la señal de antena sin la señal de antena

normal condition stand by


normaal bedrijf stand by
fonctionnement normal position de veille
normaler Betrieb in Bereitschaft
funzionamento normale modo di attesa
funcionamiento normal posición de espera

Figure 3-3
4 Mechanical instructions L9.1E 7

4.1 Service positions 2. The mono-carrier is removed by pushing the two centre
4 Mechanical instructions

clips (1) at both chassis brackets outwards and pulling the


See figure 4.1 for the service position. panel forward. (2)
3. Flip the mono-carrier over so that the component side of
1. Disconnect the connecting cable feeding the right-hand the board faces towards the CRT.
speaker, also disconnect the degaussing cable. 4. Slide the metal heat sink underneath the left chassis
bracket (3) until the carrier is locked in position.

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8 L9.1E 5 Fault finding and repair tips
This chapter includes information covering: • Used to provide a pre defined situation (pre-defined
5 Fault finding and repair tips

parameters), so that the same measurements can be


5.1 Test points obtained as per the service manual.
5.2 Service Modes and Dealer Service Tool (DST) • Overrides the 5V protection when the internal method of
5.3 The menus and submenus SDM is used (connecting together pin 24 and pin 25).
5.4 Error code buffer and error codes • starts the LED flashing procedure
5.5 The "blinking LED" procedure • Setting up of options codes
5.6 Trouble shooting tips • Inspect the error buffer
5.7 Customer service mode
5.8 Compair Entering the SDM:
5.9 Ordering Compair
– By transmitting the "DEFAULT" command with the RC7150
Dealer Service Tool (this works both while the set is in
5.1 Test points normal operation mode or in the SAM)
– Standard RC sequence 062596 followed by the key
The L9.1E chassis is equipped with easily identifiable test "MENU"
points. These are clearly marked on the PCB. The test points – By connecting test-points M25 and M24s together (on the
refer to specific functional blocks, these are: mono-carrier) while switching on the set. After switching on
the set the link should be removed ( Caution!! By entering
• A1-A2-A3, etc.: Test points for the Nicam + 2CS decoder / the SDM mode you Override the 5V protections ).
Audio amplifier
• C1-C2-C3, etc.: Test points for the control circuit / front Exit the SDM:
control
• F1-F2-F3, etc.: Test points for the vertical deflection circuit Switch the set to Standby or press EXIT on the DST (the error
• I1-I2-I3, etc.: Test points for the intermediate frequency buffer is also cleared).
circuit
• L1-L2-L3, etc.: Test points for the horizontal deflection Note: When the mains power is switched off while the set is in
circuit SDM, the set will switch to SDM immediately when the mains
• P1-P2-P3, etc.: Test points for the power supply is switched on again. ( The error buffer will be cleared ).
• S1-S2-S3, etc.: Test points for the synchronisation circuit
• V1-V2-V3, etc.: Test points for the video processing The SDM sets the following pre-defined conditions:
circuitry / CRT panel
• Pal/Secam sets: tuning at 475.25 PAL (For France select
Measurements are performed under the following conditions: the L'-signal )

Video: colour bar signal; audio: 3kHz left, 1kHz right Volume level is set to 25% (of the maximum volume level).
Other picture and sound settings are set to 50%. The following
functions are "ignored" in SDM since they interfere with
5.2 Service modes and Dealer Service Tool (DST) diagnosing/repairing a set. "Ignoring" means that the event that
is triggered is not executed, the setting remains unchanged.
For easy installation and diagnosis, the dealer service tool
(DST) RC7150 can be used. When there is no picture (to • (Sleep)Timer
access the error code buffer via the OSD). The DST can enable • Blue mute
the set to display the entire contents of the error code buffers • Auto switch off
by using the flashing LED procedure. • Hotel or Hospitality Mode
• Child lock or Parental lock
Important Note: The L9.1E does not incorporate two way Infra • Skipping, blanking of "Not favourite" present/channels
red communication. • Automatic storing of Personal Preset settings
• Automatic user menu time-out
The part number for the DST (RC7150) is 4822 218 21232.
All other controls operate normally.
5.2.1 Installation features for the dealer
5.2.4 Special functions in SDM
The dealer can use the RC7150 for programming the TV-set
with presets. 10 Different program tables can be programmed Access to normal user menu
into the DST via a GFL TV, MD or MG set (downloading from
the TV to the DST; for example see the GFL service manuals) Pressing the "MENU" button on the remote control will enter
or by the DST-I (DST interface; part number 4822 218 21277). the normal user menu ( TV lock, Installation, Brightness, colour
For an explanation of the installation features of the DST, and contrast ) while "SMD" remains displayed in top of screen).
please see the directions of use for use of the DST (for the Pressing the "MENU" key again will return to the last SDM
L9.1E chassis, download code 4 should be used). status.

5.2.2 Diagnosis features for the servicer Error buffer

L9.1E models can be put into either of the two available service Pressing the "OSD" button of the remote control shows all OSD
modes by using the RC7150. These are the Service Default (incl. error buffer).
Mode (SDM) and the Service Alignment Mode (SAM).
Access to SDM
5.2.3 Service Default Mode (SDM)
By pressing the "CHANNEL DOWN" and "VOLUME DOWN"
buttons on the local keyboard simultaneously the set switches
The purpose of the SDM is: from SDM to SAM or pressing "ALIGN" on the DST
5 Fault finding and repair tips L9.1E 9

In the SDM the following information is displayed on the 5.2.5 Service Alignment Mode (SAM)
screen:
The SAM allows adjustment of the Demodulator I.F, align the
white tone, adjust the picture geometry and sound
LLLL L90BBC X.Y SDM SDM adjustments.
OP VALUE
OB1 OB2 OB3 OB4 OB5 OB6 OB7 TV LOCK For easy identification of the SAM mode, "SAM" is displayed
MENU INSTALLATION in the top of the right side of the screen
BRIGHTNESS llllll......31
COLOUR llllll......31 Entering SAM:
ERR xx xx xx xx xx CONTRAST llllll......31
– By transmitting the "ALIGN" command with the RC7150
Dealer Service Tool
– By pressing the "CHANNEL DOWN" and "VOLUME
SDM DOWN" key on the local keyboard simultaneously when
the set is in SDM
– Standard RC sequence 062596 followed by the key "OSD"
– By shorting test-point M28 and M29 on the mono-carrier
while switching on the set. After switching on the set the
short-circuit can be removed. ( Caution!! Override of 5V
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Figure 5-1 : Service Default Mode screens and
Exiting the SAM:
structure
Switch the set to standby or press EXIT on the DST (the error
Explanation notes/references: buffer is not cleared).

(1) "LLLL" Operation hours timer (hexadecimal) Note: When the mains power is switched off while the set is in
SAM, the set will switch to SAM immediately when the mains is
(2) Software identification of the main micro controller (L90BBC switched on again. ( The error buffer will not be cleared ).
X.Y)
In the SAM the following information is displayed on the screen:
• L90 is the chassis name for L9.0E
• BBC is a 2 letter and 1 digit combination that indicates the
software type and the supported languages:
• X = (main version number)
• Y = (subversion number) BB = (range specification )

(3) "SDM" To indicate that the TV set is in de service mode

(4) "OP" Options Code consist of 2 characters. It is possible to


change each option code

"VALUE" The value of the selected option ( ON/OFF or a


combination of 2 letters )

"XXX" Value of the options bytes ( OB1 .. OB7)

"ERR" The last five detected errors; The left most number
indicates the most recent error detected.

The MENU UP or MENU DOWN command can be used to


select the next/previous option; The MENU LEFT and MENU
RIGHT command can be used to change the option value.

Remark: When the option-code RC = OFF, the P+ and the P-


key have the same functions as the MENU UP/DOWN keys
while the VOL+ and the VOL- key have the same function as
the MENU LEFT/RIGHT keys. It is not possible to change the
channel pre-set or to adjust the volume when in SAM/SDM
menu when the option RC = OFF.

Using a L9.1E remote control, option-code RC = ON, the P+,


P-, VOL- and VOL+ can be used to change the pre-set and/or
to adapt the volume, while the menu-cursor keys are used to
select the option and to change its value.

For an extended overview of the option codes see Chapter 8 -


Options
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SAM SAM

TV LOCK
INSTALLATION
BRIGHTNESS llllll......31
COLOUR llllll......31
CONTRAST llllll......31

MENU

AAABBC X.Y SAM SAM


AKB L90 BBC X.Y
VSD TUNER
TUNER IF-PLL 64
WHITE TONE IF-PLL POS 192
MENU
GEOMETRY AFA 1
AUDIO AFB 1

SAM
L90 BBC X.Y

MENU MENU

NORMAL RED 40

SAM SAM
L90 BBC X.Y L90 BBC X.Y
SOUND

A-FM 232
MENU
AT 4
STEREO 15 VAM 55

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Figure 5-2 : Service Alignment Mode screens and


structure
5 Fault finding and repair tips L9.1E 11

Access to normal user menu The commands MENU LEFT and MENU RIGHT are used to
Pressing the "MENU" button on the remote control will enter increase/decrease the value of the selected item. The changed
the normal user menu ( TV lock, installation, brightness, colour values will be send directly to the related hardware.
and contrast ) while "SAM" remains displayed in top of screen.
Pressing the "MENU" key again will return to the last SAM The item values are stored in NVM if this sub menu is left.
status.
The Contrast Plus feature (black stretch) is set to OFF when
Pressing the "OSD" button of the remote control shows only the white tone submenu is entered.
"SAM" in the top of screen
5.3.3 Audio sub menu
Access to SDM
Pressing the "DEFAULT" button on the DST The audio sub menu contains the following items:

SAM menu control – A-FM: Default value = 232 ; Do not align


Menu items (AKB, VSD, Tuner, White tone, Geometry and – AT: Default value = 4 ; Do not align
Sound) can be selected with the MENU Up or MENU DOWN – STEREO: Default value = 15 ; Do not align
key. Entry into the selected items (sub menus) is done by the – DUAL: Default value = 12 ; Do not align
MENU LEFT or MENU RIGHT key. The selected item will be
highlighted. The sound adjustments sub menu are not available in Mono
sets.
With the cursor LEFT/RIGHT keys, it is possible to increase/
decease the value of the selected item. The presence of an item in the menu is dependent on the
selected soundboard (option SB).
5.3 The menus and submenus The commands MENU UP and MENU DOWN are used to
select the next/previous item.
5.3.1 Tuner sub menu
The commands MENU LEFT and MENU RIGHT are used to
The tuner sub menu contains the following items: increase/decrease the value of the selected item. The changed
values will be sent directly to the related hardware.
– IF_PLL: PLL Alignment for all PAL/SECAM systems,
excluding SECAM-LL' The item values are stored in NVM if this sub menu is left.
– IF_PLL POS: PLL Alignment for SECAM-LL'
– IF_PLL OFFSET: Default value = 48 ; Do not align 5.3.4 Geometry sub menu
– AFW: AFC Window
– AGC: AGC take-over point The geometry sub menu contains the following items:
– YD: Default value = 12 ; Do not align
– CL: Default value = 4 ; Do not align – SBL : Service blanking
– AFA – VSL : Vertical slope
– AFB – VAM : Vertical amplitude
– VSH : Vertical shift
The items AFA and AFB can not be selected, they are for – HSH : Horizontal shift
monitoring purposes only. – VSC : Vertical S correction
– H60 : Default value = 10 ; Do not align
The commands MENU UP and MENU DOWN are used to – V60 : Default value = 12 ; Do not align
select the next/previous item. – EWC : E-W corner
– EWT : E-W trapezium
The commands MENU LEFT and MENU RIGHT are used to – EWP : E-W parabola
increase/decrease the value of the selected item. The changed – EWW : E-W width
values will be send directly to the related hardware.

The item values are stored in NVM if this sub menu is left. 5.4 Error code buffer and error codes

5.3.2 White tone sub menu 5.4.1 Error code buffer

The white tone sub menu contains the following items: The error code buffer contains all errors detected since the last
time the buffer was erased. The buffer is written from left to
– NORMAL RED right.
– NORMAL GREEN
– NORMAL BLUE – when an error occurs that is not yet in the error code buffer,
– DELTA COOL RED the error is written at the left side and all other errors shift
– DELTA COOL GREEN one position to the right
– DELTA COOL BLUE – the error code buffer will be cleared in the following cases:
– DELTA WARM RED 1. exiting SDM or SAM with the "Standby" command on
– DELTA WARM GREEN the remote control
– DELTA WARM BLUE 2. transmitting the commands "EXIT" with the DST
(RC7150)
OSD is kept to a minimum in this menu, in order to make white 3. transmitting the commands "DIAGNOSE-9-9-OK" with
tone alignment possible. the DST.

The commands MENU UP and MENU DOWN are used to – By leaving SDM or SAM with the mains switch, the error
select the next/previous item. buffer is not reset.
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Examples: Sound processor does not respond to the micro controller

ERROR: 0 0 0 0 0 : No errors detected Error 5 = Bimos start-up error ( POR bit )

ERROR: 6 0 0 0 0 : Error code 6 is the last and only detected Bimos start-up register is corrupted or the I2C line to the Bimos
error is always low or no supply at pin 12 of the Bimos). This error is
usually detected during start-up and hence will prevent the set
ERROR: 5 6 0 0 0 : Error code 6 was first detected and error from starting up.
code 5 is the last detected (newest) error
Error 6 = Bimos (TDA8844) I2C error
5.4.2 Error codes
Note that this error may also be reported as a result of error
codes 4 (in that case the Bimos might not be the actual
In the case of non-intermittent faults, clear the error buffer
problem)
before starting the repair to prevent "old" error codes being
present. If possible check the entire contents of the error
Error 7 = General I2C error. This will occur in the following
buffers. In some situations an error code is only the RESULT of
cases:
another error code (and not the actual cause).

• SCL or SDA is shorted to ground


Note: a fault in the protection detection circuitry can also lead
• SCL is shorted to SDA
to a protection.
• SDA or SCL connection at the micro controller is open
circuit.
Error 0 = No error

Error 8 = Microprocessor internal RAM error


Error 1 = X-ray ( Only for USA sets )

The micro controller internal RAM test indicated an error of the


Error 2 = High beam current protection and E/W Horizontal
micro controller internal memory (tested during start-up);
protection

Error 9 = EEPROM Configuration error ( Checksum error );


High beam protection active; set is switched to protection; error
EEPROM is corrupted.
code 2 is placed in the error buffer; the LED will blink 2 times (
repeatedly ).
Error 10 = I2C error EEPROM error. NV memory (EEPROM)
does not respond to the micro controller
As the name implies, the cause of this protection is a too high
beam current (bright screen with flyback lines). Check whether
Error 11 = I2C error PLL tuner. Tuner is corrupted or the I2C
the +200V supply to the CRT panel is present. If the voltage is
line to the Tuner is low or no supply voltage present at pin 9,
present, the most likely cause is a fault on the CRT panel.
pin 6 or pin 7 of the tuner.
Disconnect the CRT panel to determine the cause. If the +200V
voltage is not present, check R3340 ( CRT panel - B ), R3485
Error 12 = Black current loop instability protection. The black
and D6485 ( Horizontal Deflection - A2 )
current could not be stabilised. The possible cause could be a
defect in one or more of the RGB amplifiers, RGB guns or RGB
EW protection:
driving signals.
If this protection is active, the causes could be one of the
following; 5.5 The "blinking LED" procedure

– horizontal deflection coil 5445 The contents of the error buffer can also be made visible via
– linearity coil 5457 the "blinking LED" procedure. This is especially useful when
– S-correction capacitor 2466/2468 there is no picture. There are two methods of access:
– flyback capacitor 2465
– line output stage 1. When the SDM is entered, the LED will blink the number of
– short circuit of: times, equal to the value of the last (newest) error code
– flyback diode 6460 (repeatedly).
– EW transformer (bridge coil) 5465/5470 or 5463/5471 2. With the DST all error codes in the error buffer can be
(version dependent) made visible. Transmit the command: "DIAGNOSE x OK"
– S-correction capacitor 2457 where x is the position in the error buffer to be made visible
– EW power-transistor 7460 or driver-transistor 7461 x ranges from 1, (the last (actual) error) to 6 (the first error).
The LED will operate in the same way as in point 1, but now
Error 3 = Vertical / Frame protection for the error code on position x.

There are no pulses detected at pin 47 of the main Example:


microprocessor 7600 ( panel A7 ).
Error code position1 2 3 4 5
If this protection is active, the causes could be one of the
following items; Error buffer:8 9 5 0 0

– IC 7401 is faulty • after entering SDM: blink (8x) - pause - blink (8x) - etc.
– Open circuit of vertical deflection coil • after transmitting "DIAGNOSE- 2- OK" with the DST blink
– Vlotaux +11V not present and/or Vlotaux -11V not present (9x) - pause - blink (9x) - etc.
– Resistor 3409 • after transmitting "DIAGNOSE- 3- OK" with the DST
blink(5x) - pause - blink(5x) - etc.
Error 4 = Sound processor I2C error ( MSP3415D ) • after transmitting "DIAGNOSE- 4- OK" with the DST
nothing happens
5 Fault finding and repair tips L9.1E 13

5.6 TROUBLE SHOOTING TIPS 5.7 Customer Service Mode (CSM)

In this paragraph some trouble shooting tips for the deflection All L9.1E sets are equipped with the "Customer Service Mode"
and power supply circuitry are described. For detailed (CSM). CSM is a special service mode that can be activated
diagnostics, use the fault finding tree or use COMPAIR. and deactivated by the customer, following a request from the
service technician/dealer perhaps during a telephone
5.6.1 THE DEFLECTION CIRCUIT: conversation to identify the status of the set. This CSM is a
'read only' mode, therefore modifications or changes while the
set is in this mode are not possible.
1. Check that the +VBATT ( 140V) is present across 2551 (
A1 POWER SUPPLY ). If the voltage is not present,
Entering the Customer Service Mode. The Customer Service
disconnect coil 5551 ( A1 Power Supply) (Horizontal
Mode can be switched on by pressing simultaneously the
deflection stage is disconnected). If the voltage is present
button (MUTE) on the remote control and any key on the
then the fault might be caused by the deflection circuit.
control buttons (P+, P-, VOL +, VOL -) on the TV for at least 4
Possible Candidates Are:
seconds.
– Transistor 7460 is faulty
– The driver circuit around transistor 7461 is faulty
When the CSM is activated:
– No horizontal drive signal coming from the BIMOS
7250-D pin 40 ( A4 - Synchronisation )
• picture and sound settings are set to nominal levels
• "Service unfriendly modes" are ignored
2. Note: If the Collector of 7460 is shorted to the Emitter, a
tripping noise will be heard from the power supply circuit.
Exit the Customer Service Mode.
3. To determine whether the fault is present in the horizontal
deflection circuit or in the E/W circuit ( A2 - Horizontal
The Customer Service Mode will switch off after:
Deflection ), de-solder jumper 9465 and insert a jumper
into position number 9461. This disables the E/W
– pressing any key on the remote control handset (except
protection. If the basic deflection stage now works correctly
"P+" or "P-")
( parabolic picture) then the fault is present in the E/W
– switching off the TV set with the mains switch.
circuit. If there is still no horizontal deflection, then the fault
is present in the basic deflection circuitry.
All settings that were changed when CSM was activated are
4. The 25V-version ( 26" tube ) and the 27V-version (29"
set back to the initial values
tube) do not have an E/W correction circuit.
5. Also don't forget the protection circuits in the line output
stage. If any of these circuits are activated, the set will shut 5.7.1 The Customer Service Mode information screen
down. Depending on the protection, the led will blink
according to the fault defined. In order to determine which The following information is displayed on screen:
protection circuit is active, isolation of each separate circuit
is necessary. These protection circuits are: • Line number for every line (to make CSM language
– High beam current protection ( LED blinks repetitively independent)
2 times ) - CRT panel ( B ) • Operating hours
– E/W Horizontal protection ( LED blinks repetitively 2 • Software version L90BBC X.Y)
times ) - Horizontal deflection ( A2 ) • Text "CSM" on the first line
– Vertical protection ( LED blinks repetitively 3 times ) - • Error buffer contents
Vertical deflection ( A3 ) • Option code information
• Configuration information
5.6.2 THE POWER SUPPLY • Service unfriendly modes

To trouble shoot the L9.1E SMPS, first check the Vaux voltage
on C2561. If this voltage is not present, check fuse F1572 and
D6560. If F1572 or D6560 is not open circuit, the problem might 1 HHHH L90BBC-X.Y CSM
be caused on the primary side of the switching supply. Check 2 CODES xx xx xx xx xx
the output of the bridge rectifier on the C2508 for approximately 3 OP xxx xxx xxx xxx xxx xxx xxx
300V DC. If this voltage is missing, check the bridge rectifier 4 SYS: xxxxxxxxxxx
6505 and the fuse 1500. If fuse F1500 is found to be open
5 NOT TUNED
circuit, check MOSFET 7518 to make sure that there is no
short circuit present and check R3518. If the 300V DC is 6 TIMER
present on C2508, check for a start-up voltage of approx. 13V 7 LOCKED
on pin 1 of IC7520. If no start-up voltage is present, check if 8 (HOSPITAL) (HOTEL)
R3510 is open; zener 6510 is a short-circuit. It is necessary to 9 VOL LIM <value>
have a feedback signal from the hot primary side of switch
mode transformer T5545 at pin 8 and pin 9 for the power supply CL 86532104_014.eps
080299
to oscillate. If this start-up voltage is present on pin 1 of IC7520
and the supply is not oscillating, check R3529 and D6540. Figure 5-3 : Screen lay-out Customer Service Mode

Check for a drive signal at the gate of MOSFET 7518, square SYS: xxxxxx = xxxxxx is the SYSTEM THAT IS SET FOR THIS
wave signal - P2. Check pin 3 of IC7520, R3525 and D6514 PRESET

To determined whether OVP is active, check whether Vaux is NOT TUNED = no ident signal present
present at C2561.
TIMER = (SLEEP) TIMER is activated

LOCKED = Channel/preset locked via parental lock, child lock


14 L9.1E 5 Fault finding and repair tips
HOTEL = HOTEL mode activated; HOSPITAL = HOSPITAL A question could be: Do you see snow? (Click on the correct
mode activated answer)

VOL LIM > = Volume limiter activated and set to > YES / NO

5.7.2 Exit An example can be: Measure testpoint I7 and click on the
correct oscillogram you see on the oscilloscope
Any key (RC or local keyboard) except "channel up" / "channel
down" (standby switched to standby, mains OFF switches set
off, other keys switch to normal operation)
I7 B7502

5.8 Compair

5.8.1 Introduction
1V / div DC
Compair (Computer Aided Repair) is a service tool for Philips 10µs / div
Consumer Electronics products. Compair is a further
development on the DST service remote control allowing faster
and more accurate diagnostics. Compair has three big Figure 5-4
advantages:
By a combination of automatic diagnostics and an interactive
• Compair helps you to quickly get an understanding how to question/answer procedure, Compair will enable you to find
repair the L9.1E in short time by guiding you step by step most problems in a fast and effective way.
through the repair procedures.
• Compair allows very detailed diagnostics (on I2C level) and Additional features
is therefore capable of accurately indicating problem Beside fault finding, Compair provides some additional
areas. You do not have to know anything about I2C features like:
commands yourself; Compair takes care of this.
• Compair speeds up the repair time since it can • Uploading/downloading of presets
automatically communicate with the L9.1E (when the micro • Managing of preset lists
processor is working) and all repair information is directly • Emulation of the Dealer Service Tool
available. When Compair is installed together with the
SearchMan L9.1E electronic manual, schematics and 5.8.2 Connecting the Compair interface
PCBs are only a mouse-click away.
The Compair Browser software should be installed and setup
Compair consists of a Windows based fault finding program
before connecting Compair to the L9.1E. (See the Compair
and an interface box between PC and the (defective) product.
Browser Quick Reference Card for installation instructions.)
The Compair interface box is connected to the PC via a serial
or RS232 cable. In case of the L9.1E chassis, the Compair
1. Connect the RS232 interface cable to a free serial (COMM)
interface box and the L9.1E communicate via an I2C cable (bi-
port on the PC and the Compair interface PC connector
directional) and via infra red communication (uni-directional;
(connector marked with "PC").
from Compair interface box to L9.1E)
2. Place the Compair interface box straight in front of the
television with the infrared window (marked "IR") directed
The Compair fault finding program is able to determine the
to the television LED. The distance between Compair
problem of the defective television. Compair can gather
interface and television should be between 0.3 and 0.6
diagnostic information in 2 ways:
meter. (Note: make sure that (also) in the service position,
the Compair interface infra red window is pointed to the
1. Communication to the television (automatic)
standby LED of the television set (no objects should block
2. Asking questions to you (manually)
the infra red beam)
3. Connect the mains adapter to the connector marked
Compair combines this information with the repair information
"POWER 9V DC" on the Compair interface
in its database to find out how to repair the L9.1E.
4. Switch the Compair interface OFF
5. Switch the television set OFF with the mains switch
Automatic information gathering 6. Remove the rear cover of the television set
Reading out the error buffer, Compair can automatically read 7. Connect the interface cable (4822 727 21641) to the
out the contents of the entire error buffer. connector on the rear side of the Compair interface that is
marked "I2C" (See Figure 5.6)
Diagnosis on I2C level. Compair can access the I2C bus of the 8. Connect the other end of the interface cable to the Compair
television. Compair can send and receive I2C commands to the connector on the monocarrier (see figure 5.7)
micro controller of the television. In this way it is possible for 9. Plug the mains adapter in the mains outlet and switch ON
Compair to communicate (read and write) to devices on the I2C the interface. The green and red LEDs light up together.
busses of the L9.1E. The red LED extinguishes after approx. 1 second (the
green LED remains lit).
Manual information gathering 10. Start-up Compair and select "File" menu, "Open...:; select
Automatic diagnosis is only possible if the micro controller of "L9.1E Fault finding" and click "OK"
the television is working correctly and only to a certain extend. 11. Click on the icon (fig. 5.5) to switch ON the communication
When this is not the case, Compair will guide you through the mode (the red LED on the Compair interface wil light up)
fault finding tree by asking you questions and showing you 12. Switch on the television set with the mains switch
examples. You can answer by clicking on a link (e.g. text or an 13. When the set is in standby. Click on "Start-up in Compair
waveform pictures) that will bring you to the next step in the mode from standby" in the Compair L9.1E fault finding tree,
faultfinding process. otherwise continue.
5 Fault finding and repair tips L9.1E 15

Figure 5-5

COMPAIR

PC VCR Power I 2C
9V DC
0267
1
86532027_003.EPS
3
050898

Figure 5-6

TUNER
The set has now started up in Compair mode. Follow the CL 96532017_001.EPS
190299

instruction in the L9.1E fault finding tree to diagnose the set. Figure 5-7
Note that the OSD works but that the actual user control is
disabled

5.8.3 Preset installation

Presets can be installed in 2 ways with the L9.1E.

• Via infra red


– only sending TO the television
– the rearcover does NOT have to be removed

Click on "File" "Open" and select "TV - use Compair as DST" to


use infra red

• Via cable
– sending TO the television and reading FROM the
television
– the rearcover has to be removed

Click on "File" "Open" and select "L9.1E fault finding" to use the
cable

Presets can be installed via menu "Tools", "Installation",


"Presets".

5.9 Ordering Compair

Compair order codes:

• Starterkit Compair+SearchMan software + Compair


interface (excluding transformer): 4822 727 21629
• Compair interface (excluding transformer): 4822 727
21631
• Compair transformer (continental) Europe: 4822 727
21632
• Compair transformer United Kingdom: 4822 727 21633
• Starterkit Compair software: 4822 727 21634
• Starterkit SearchMan software: 4822 727 21635
• Starterkit Compair+SearchMan software: 4822 727 21636
• Compair CD (update): 4822 727 21637
• SearchMan CD (update): 4822 727 21638
• Compair interface cable (for L9.1E): 4822 727 21641
16 L9.1E 5 Fault finding and repair tips

Personal notes:
8 Alignments L9.1E 43

General: the Service Default Mode (SDM) and Service • Adjust with VG2 potentiometer (located on the LOT 5445)
8 Alignments

Alignment Mode (SAM) are described in chapter 5. so that the blue line in the middle of the screen is only just
visible.
• The VG2 adjustment has now been completed; Switch the
8.1 Alignment conditions set to Standby. The values used for the BRIGHTNESS-
and the CONTRAST-during the alignment, will revert back
All electrical adjustments should be performed under the to their original values.
following conditions:
8.2.2 Focusing
• Supply voltage : 220V - 240V ( 10% )
• Warm-up time: 10 minutes
Set the pattern generator (e.g. PM5418) so that the Circle and
• The voltages and oscillograms are measured in relation to
Small Squares pattern is visible. Connect via the RF input with
the tuner earth.
an RF signal amplitude of 10mv. Adjust with focusing
• Test probe: Ri > 10MΩ Ci < 2,5 pF.
potentiometer (positioned on the LOT 5445 ) for maximum
sharpness of the picture.
8.1.1 Selection of the SDM-menu

– By transmitting the "DEFAULT" command with the RC7150 8.3 SOFTWARE ADJUSTMENT
Dealer Service Tool (this works both while the set is in
normal operation mode or in the SAM) 8.3.1 Geometry adjustments
– Standard RC sequence 062596 ( within OSD time-out )
MENU • Set the pattern generator (e.g. PM5418) so that the Circle
– By connecting test-point M25 and M24 together on the and Small Squares pattern is visible. Use an R.F
mono-carrier while switching on the set. After switching on frequency of 475.25 MHz for PAL/SECAM and connect the
the set connection can be removed. ( Caution!! This also generator to the RF input. Use a signal amplitude of -
overrides all the 5V protections . 10mV, France select L'-signal.
• First enter the SDM mode to set the tuner at 475.25 MHz.
8.1.2 Selection of the SAM-menu • Enter the SAM mode and then select GEOMETRY with the
up/down keys buttons on the RC, the respective items can
– By transmitting the "ALIGN" command with the RC7150 now be selected. Use the left/right buttons to adjust the
Dealer Service Tool selected items so that the correct the picture geometry is
– By pressing the "CHANNEL DOWN" and "VOLUME achieved.
DOWN" key on the local keyboard simultaneously when
the set is in SDM Vertical Amplitude and Position
– Standard RC sequence 062596 ( within OSD time-out )
OSD • Select Vertical Slope "VSL" and shift the test pattern to the
– By connecting together test-points M28 and M29 on the top. The text VSL and its value should be above the upper
mono-carrier while switching on the set. After switching on half of the screen
the set the short-circuit can be removed. ( Caution!! • Select Service Blanking "SBL" and set it to 1. The lower
Overrides 5V protections ). half of the picture will be blanked.
• Press the up button once to select Vertical Slope "VSL".
Now align "VSL" to start the blanking exactly at the
8.2 Electrical Alignments horizontal white line at the centre of the test circle. "VSL"
has the correct value now and should not be adjusted any
8.2.1 VG2 further.
• Press the down button once to select "SBL" and set it back
• Use a pattern generator to display a blank raster. to 0. The full picture now reappears.
• Program the pattern generator with a frequency of 475.25 • Now select Vertical Amplitude "VAM" and align the picture
MHz for PAL/SECAM and select L' for France height to the top of the screen, so that the top horizontal
• Switch on the TV set. line just disappears. This corresponds with an over scan of
• Select the SDM-MENU. The tuner is set to a frequency of approx. 6%.
475.25 MHz. • Select Vertical Shift "VSH" and align for vertical centring of
• Select the" SAM-MENU". This can be achieved by the picture on the screen.
pressing the "ALIGN" key on the DST or typing the RC • Repeat the last two steps if necessary.
sequence "0-6-2-5-9-6" and finishing with the "OSD" key.
The third possibility is to place a link across pins M28 and Select Vertical S-correction "VSC" to align the top/bottom
M29 on the mono-carrier board. squares till they have the same size as the squares in the
• Press the "MENU" key on the RC to leave the SAM-MENU middle of the screen.
and go to the normal user menu ( "SAM" remains
displayed at the top of the screen). Select with the MENU
UP/DOWN command the sub-menu BRIGHTNESS.
Change the default value from 31 to 50 with the MENU
LEFT/RIGHT keys. Select the CONTRAST sub-menu and
change the value from 31 to 0.
• Leave the normal user menu to return to the SAM-MENU,
by pressing the MENU key on the RC.
• Select sub-menu VSD and change the value from 0 to 1 by
pressing the MENU LEFT key. CAUTION!! Depending on
the position of the VG2 potentiometer, the raster will turn
completely black because the Vertical deflection stage has
been disabled.
44 L9.1E 8 Alignments

SAM SAM

TV LOCK
INSTALLATION
BRIGHTNESS llllll......31
COLOUR llllll......31
CONTRAST llllll......31

MENU

AAABBC X.Y SAM SAM


AKB L90 BBC X.Y
VSD TUNER
TUNER IF-PLL 64
WHITE TONE IF-PLL POS 192
MENU
GEOMETRY AFA 1
AUDIO AFB 1

SAM
L90 BBC X.Y

MENU MENU

NORMAL RED 40

SAM SAM
L90 BBC X.Y L90 BBC X.Y
SOUND

A-FM 232
MENU
AT 4
STEREO 15 VAM 55

CL 86532104_016.eps
030399

Figure 8-1 • Select East-West Width "EWW" and align the picture with
substantial over scan.
• Select East-West Trapezium "EWT" and align for a
Horizontal Amplitude and Phase
rectangle if necessary
• Select East-West Parabola "EWP" and align for straight
• Select Horizontal Shift "HSH" to horizontally centre the
vertical lines.
picture on the screen
• Select East-West Corner "EWC" and align the corners.
• Repeat if necessary.
For sets with E/W correction follow the instructions below:
8 Alignments L9.1E 45

• Option code "H60" and "V60" do not need any alignment. (Typically this is for Secam LL versions ). The default values for
Default value H60 and V60 = 10. these option codes are:

To go back to the main SAM-menu , press the MENU key on – CL : 4


the RC. – YD : 12
– IF-PLL-OFFSET : 48
To leave the SAM-menu and store the alignments in the NVN,
press the STANDBY-key on the RC. 8.3.5 White tone

8.3.2 AGC • Connect a pattern generator (e.g. PM5418) and set it to


colour bar and circle pattern.
Set pattern generator (e.g. PM5418) with colour bar pattern • Set the frequency and output for PAL 475.25MHz with RF
and connect to aerial input with RF signal amplitude - 10mV signal amplitude of 10mv and connect to tuner (aerial) input
and set frequency for PAL/SECAM to 475.25 MHz. For France • Enter the SAM -MENU.
select the L'-signal. • Enter the WHITE TONE menu and then select either
NORMAL, DELTAWARM, or DELTACOOL depending on
• Select the" SAM-MENU". This can be achieved either by the item which needs to be aligned. Only one of the three
pressing the "ALIGN" key on the DST or typing the RC unit items (R, G or B) will be displayed on the screen.
the following sequence "0-6-2-5-9-6" and finishing with the
"OSD" key. The third possibility is to place a connecting link The default values for the colour temperature as displayed in
across pins M28 and M29 on the mono-carrier board. the table below:
• Select the TUNER sub-menu and select the AFW option.
Set this to the lowest value.
• Select the AGC subsub-menu
• Connect a DC multi-meter to pin 1 of the tuner IC 1000. NORMAL 10500K R = 40 G = 40 B = 40
• Adjusting the AGC until the voltage at pin 1 of the tuner is
1.0V +/- 0.1V. (DELTA)COOL 14000K R = -2 G=0 B=6
• The value can be incremented or decremented by
(DELTA)WARM 8200K R= 2 G=0 B = -7
pressing the right/left MENU-button on the RC.
• Switch the set to standby.
Switch the set to standby.
8.3.3 IF-PLL / IF-PLL POS
8.3.6 Audio
Connect a pattern generator (e.g. PM5418) and select colour
bar pattern and connect to the aerial input with RF signal NO ADJUSTMENTS NEEDED FOR SOUND.
amplitude of 10mV and set frequency for PAL/SECAM to
475.25 MHz. The default values for the audio alignments as displayed in the
table below:
• Select the " SAM-MENU".
• Select at the TUNER sub-menu and set the AFW value to
the lowest value.
AUDIO Alignment Options
Within the TUNER-menu we now have two options : IF-PLL
A-FM 232
and IF-PLL POS.
AT 4
The IF-PLL option is used for all PAL/SECAM signal excluding
SECAM L', STEREO 15

The IF-PLL POS option is used for only the SECAM L' signal DUAL 15

For the IF-PLL option the following should be done:


8.4 Options
• Select at the TUNER menu the IF-PLL subsubmenu
• Adjust the IF-PLL value until AFA becomes "1" and AFB Options are used to control the presence / absence of certain
alternates between "0" and "1" features and hardware. There are two ways to change the
• Switch the set to Standby or go to the IF-PLL POS menu. option settings. The various option configurations and the
descriptions of the two character-codes are explained below.
For the IF-PLL POS option the following should be done:
Changing a single option: A single option can be selected with
• Change the signal at the pattern generator from PAL to the MENU UP/DOWN keys and its setting can be changed with
SECAM and select the L'-signal. the MENU LEFT/RIGHT keys.
• Select at the TUNER menu the IF-PLL POS subsubmenu.
• Adjust the IF-PLL POS value until the AFA becomes "1" Changing multiple options by changing option byte values:
and AFB alternates between "0" and "1" Option bytes make it possible to align very all the options. An
• Switch the set to Standby or go to the IF-PLL menu. option byte represents a number of different options. All options
applicable to the L9 are controlled via 7 option bytes. Select the
option byte (OB1, OB2, OB3, OB4, OB5, OB6 or OB7) and key
8.3.4 Tuner options CL, YD and IF-PLL OFFSET
in the new value.

NO ADJUSTMENTS NEEDED FOR THESE ALIGNMENTS. Changes in the options and option bytes settings are saved
The tuner option code IF-PLL-OFFSET is only used in when the set is switched to standby. Some changes will only
combination with sets with the TDA8845 BiMOS (IC7250).
46 L9.1E 8 Alignments
take affect after the set has been switched OFF and ON with
FQ Frequency display Frequency displayed when
the mains switch (cold start).
enabled
The following options in SDM can be identified: GM Games Mode. Optimised picture parameters for use
when a games console is connected

HS Hospital Mode. Possibility to block the local keyboard


OP OPTION (ON=enabled / present)Explanation / when enabled
Remark
HT Hotel Mode. Possibility to pre-select the channel
AC Alternate Channel. Alternate channel function numbers when enabled
(SWAP between last presets) enabled
IS Incredible Surround. Incredible surround function
AM Animated menu available when enabled

2X External 2 LV Automatic Volume Leveller (AVL). Menu item AVL


available when enabled
AO Audio out. Default value is OFF
NI No Ident Auto Standby Set switches to standby after
AS Auto start up/Micro controller start up Default value is 10min. when NI enabled
ON (ON = start-up via micro controller, OFF = auto
start-up BIMOS) NR Noise Reduction Menu item Noise Reduction
available when enabled
AT Automatic Tuning System (ATS)
RC (*) Separate preset/volume control on remote control
BM Blue Mute (ON = enabled) Enabled: blue mute (ON = separate control (A8 RC); OFF = combined
background in case of no video ident /poor signal control (L7 RC))See note below table. Default value
conditions is OFF
BS BIMOS standby modeDefault value = ON SB Sound Board (Set the sound hardware configuration)
BT Bass/Treble Control. Menu controls for BASS and MA = Mono ALL
TREBLE available when enabled
ND = Stereo/2CS/Nicam
C8 Maximum Program ( ON = 80 programmes ) C8 is
OFF : Maximum of 100 programs IT = German 2CS

CD Auto Cable Detect. Default value = OFF (Not SP Smart Picture Smart picture command is processed
applicable for European sets) when enabled

CI Automatic Channel Installation (ACI) SS Smart Sound Smart sound command is processed
when enabled
CK Clock (Volatile). Clock function available when
enabled ST Sound systems supported

CL Child Lock. Menu item Child lock/Parental control SS = BG, I, DK, M


when enabled
AD = BG/I, BG/DK, I/DK
CP Contrast Plus. Menu item Contrast Plus available
when enabled SY Systems supported

CT Colour Temperature Menu item Colour Temperature SS = Single system without NTSC Playback
available when enabled
SP = Single system with NTSC Playback
CX 16:9 Compress Menu item 16:9 compress when
enabled AD = Dual Mono

DM Demo Mode. Demonstration of TV functions on ED = Europe Tri Mono


screen when enabled
EF = Europe Full Multi
DP Slider Bar Value Display Slider bar value displayed
EL = Europe Full Multi with LL'
when enabled
TN Tuner (OFF: Philips tuner; ON: Alps tuner) Default
DU Dual I/II. Possibility of language selection when
value = OFF
enabled
TW Channel Select Time Window (OFF: 2 seconds; ON:
DV Delta Volume(Delta) Volume is stored separately for
5 seconds)Time interval for entering a second digit for
channel 0..40 and external sources when enabled;
channel selection
OFF = not available
UB Ultra Bass Ultra bass function available when
EW East-West Control East-West Alignment in SAM
enabled
GEOMETRY menu available when enabled
VI Virgin Mode OSD at very first installation when
EX 4:3 Expand 4:3 expand mode available when enabled
enabled
FV Favourite page Favourite TXT-page feature present
when enabled
8 Alignments L9.1E 47

VL Volume Limiter Menu item Volume Limiter available


when enabled

VM Video Mute Screen blanking during channel switching


when enabled

WE Europe West (ON: Western Europe; OFF: other)

XS External Source Colour SelectExternal source colour


selection available when enabled

XT External 1 External 1 source input available when


enabled

(*) Remark: When the option RC = OFF, the P+ and the P- key
on the remote control have the same functions as the MENU
UP/DOWN keys while the VOL+ and the VOL- key have the
same function as the MENU LEFT/RIGHT keys. When
RC=OFF, it is not possible to change the channel pre set or to
adjust the volume in SAM/SDM with the remote control.

RC = OFF for use with L7-based remote control (only cursor


keys). RC = ON for use with A8-based remote control (cursor
keys, P+/P- and Volume+/Volume-).

8.5 Option bits/bytes

OB1 bits 8, 7, ..., 1: DP, FQ, AM, HS, HT, DM, GM, VI

OB2 bits 8, 7, ..., 1: CK, CL, AT, CI, (res), (res), SS, SP

OB3 bits 8, 7, ..., 1: RC, WE, (res), (res), TW, AC, C8, VM

OB4 bits 8, 7, ..., 1: TN, FV,XT,2X, XS, CD, BM, NI

OB5 bits 8, 7, ..., 1: EX, CX, NR, CP, CT, EW, BS, AS

OB6 bits 8, 7, ..., 1: BT, IS, VL, DV, UB, LV, DU, AO

OB7 bits 8, 7, ..., 1: ST, ST, SB, SB, SB, SY, SY, SY

An option byte value is calculated in the following way:

value "option bit 1" x 1 =

value "option bit 2" x 2 =

value "option bit 3" x 4 =

value "option bit 4" x 8 =

value "option bit 5" x 16 =

value "option bit 6" x 32 =

value "option bit 7" x 64 =

value "option bit 8" x 128 =

Total : value "option byte" =


48 L9.1E 9 Circuit description new circuits
Power supply (diagram A1) initial power on. The PTC will then heat up due to the high
9 Circuit description new circuits

current involved and becomes high-ohmic which reduces


the degaussing-current. During normal operation, the
9.1 Introduction degaussing current is zero, because relay 1580 is open
due to the absence of the Reset signal.
9.1.1 General
9.2.2 Start up and take over
The switch mode power supply (SMPS) is mains isolated. The
control IC7520 (MC44603A) produces pulses for driving FET – Start-up : The start-up circuitry consisting of 3510, 3530
7518. Power supply regulation is achieved by using duty cycle and 3529 use the voltage coming from the 230V AC mains
control at a fixed frequency of nominal 40 kHz in normal to start-up IC7520 via the supply pin 1. The output drive
operation. In stand-by, slow-start and overload situations the waveform (pin 3) is blocked by using the ICs internal logic
SMPS runs at frequencies other than 40 kHz. until the voltage on pin 1 reaches 14.5 Volts however with
less than 14.5 volts on Pin 1 the IC only consumes 0.3mA.
Basic characteristics of this SMPS : Once pin 1 reaches the 14.5 Volts threshold, IC7520 will
start up (FET 7518 will conduct) and pin 1 sinks a typical
– Mains Isolated flyback Converter type supply current of about 17 mA. This supply current cannot
– Input range : 90 - 276 Volts AC be delivered by the start-up circuitry, so a take-over circuit
– Secondary Sensing by Opto-coupler must be present. If take-over does not occur then the
– IC7520 is Featured with Slow-Start circuitry voltage on pin 1 will decrease below 9V and IC7520 will
– Protection Circuits switch off. The supply begins a new Start-up cycle, see top
– Degaussing circuit of this paragraph. This cycle will repeat itself and can be
noticed by an audible hick-up sounding noise.
9.1.2 Output voltages – Take for IC7520: During start-up a voltage across winding
8 - 9 is gradually built up. At the moment the voltage across
• Audio Supply ( +16.5V ) for the AUDIO AMPLIFIER ( winding 8 - 9 reaches approx. (14.5 Volts, D6540 start
Diagram A12 ) conducting and takes over the supply voltage Vpin 1 of
• Mains Supply ( +140V ) for the HORIZONTAL IC7520 (take over current is approx. 17mA).
DEFLECTION stage (A2) and the CRT discharge circuit
(A3) Note: This power supply is a SMPS (= Switched Mode Power
• Vaux ( +11.3V ) for the Video IF (A5), Video processing Supply) and not a SOPS (= Self Oscillating Power Supply).
(A6) and Control circuit (A7)
9.3 Control circuitry
9.1.3 The switching periods of TS7518
9.3.1 IC7520 control mechanisms
The power supply duty cycle is dependent on the T-on of FET
7518. The FET is driven by pin 3 of IC7520. This IC controls the
IC7520 controls the T-on time of FET 7518 in four different
secondary voltage (VBATT via opto-coupler 7581 and
ways:
regulator 7570. The switching period of TS7518 can be divided
into three main phases: Duty cycle T-on, T-off and T-dead.
• "Secondary-output-sensing" controls the secondary output
voltages via the feedback voltage pin 14
• During T-on, FET 7518 conducts.
• "Primary current sensing" control due to the mains voltage
• Energy is stored in the primary winding (2-5) of transformer
via the current sense voltage pin 7
T5545 by using a linear increasing primary current. The
• "Demagnetization control" prevents the transformer T5545
slope depends on the rectified mains-voltage present
from going into saturation via the so-called "DEMAG"
across C2508. The T-on period is varied to provide
function at pin 8
regulation of the drive waveform at pin 3 of IC7520. By
• Mains voltage control via R3514 and R3516
controlling the duty cycle of the SMPS in this way the
(VBATT is controlled.
• During T-off, FET 7518 is switched off and therefore does 9.3.2 Secondary voltage sensing (pin 14 of IC7520)
not conduct. The energy is now transferred to the
secondary side of the transformer and then supplied to the When the output voltage +VBATT increases (due to a
load via the secondary diodes (D6550, D6560 and reduction in the load ) the current through the led in the opto-
D6570,D6590). The current through the secondary side of coupler 7581 will increase due to the fact that the series-
the transformer decreases until it reaches zero. resistor in regulator 7570 decreases. An increase in opto-
• During T-dead FET 7518 does not conduct .The voltage at coupler led-current (7581) results in a decrease in the Vce of
the drain of the FET decays and eventually reaches the transistor 7581, therefore the voltage across capacitor 2576
input voltage of approximately 300V. increases. This will reduce the on-time of FET 7518 due to an
increase of the voltage present on pin 14.
9.2 Primary side In the event of an increase of the load (decrease of output
voltage +VBATT ), the control circuit will work in the opposite
9.2.1 Mains input and degaussing way to the explanation above.

– Mains voltage: this voltage is filtered by L5500 and L5502, 9.3.3 Primary sensing (pin 7 of IC7520)
rectified by a diode bridge rectifier 6505 and then
smoothed by C2508 which provides a DC input voltage of The current sense voltage at pin 7 is used to measure the
300V DC for an ac input voltage of 230V. primary current through FET7518. The primary current is
– Degaussing : R3503 is a PTC. When switching "on" the converted into a voltage by R3518. R3514. 3516. couples a
set, the PTC is cold and has a low-ohmic value. Relay 1580 part of the main voltage to the same pin 7 of IC 7520 by dividing
is activated while the Reset signal, coming from the (P is this sample of the voltage.
present. This allows a very high degaussing current at
9 Circuit description new circuits L9.1E 49

Hence the higher the input voltage the more the primary current 9.3.9 Thermal Protection
is limited. In this way the maximum output power of the power-
supply is limited. The thermal shutdown circuit triggers the latch circuit when the
internal temperature of IC7520 exceeds 155(C ( max. Value ).
9.3.4 Demagnetization control (pin 8 of IC7520)
9.3.10 Protections
Winding 8 - 9 has the same polarity as the secondary winding
that supply the load. When FET 7518 is turned off the voltage Over voltage protection of the secondary voltages.
at winding 9 becomes positive. The power supply transfers the After start-up the supply voltage pin 1 will be "taken over" by
stored energy at the secondary side. Until the transformer is winding 8 - 9. Pin 1 of IC 7520 is used to detect an over voltage
demagnetized the voltage on the winding remains positive. At situation on the secondary side of the transformer. If this
the moment that the energy is fully transferred to the load, the voltage exceeds 17V (typically the output buffer is disabled,
voltage at pin 9 of the transformer becomes negative. and IC 7520 goes into over voltage protection and a complete
Additionally with a certain dead time the voltage at control pin restart sequence is required. Check in this case IC7520,
8 of IC 7520 also drops below zero which releases the output IC7581 and the secondary voltage +VBATT ( +140V ).
buffer (pin 3) and a new cycle starts.
REMARK: In the event of the over voltage situation remaining
9.3.5 Peak current limiting present, the SMPS will go in protection, start up cycle,
protection, etc. The standby led on the front of the set starts
An internal clamp at pin 7 allows peak current limiting to be flashing.
achieved . This pin can never exceed 1V DC and so the
maximum primary current through FET 7518, and also the Under voltage protection of the secondary voltages
maximum output power is determined. In case of an output If the supply voltage at pin 1 of IC 7520 drops below 9V
being short-circuited or loaded excessively, the I-prim because of a short-circuit or excessive load, the drive pulse
becomes too high which is detected by pin 7. As a result the present at pin 3 will be disabled and IC7520 will switch off the
primary current is limited to its maximum value and the complete SMPS. Capacitor C2450 is charged up via start-up
secondary voltages will drop. The voltage at pin 1, which is resistors 3510, 3530 and 3529, however once the voltage
coupled with the output voltage, will also drop. When the exceeds
voltage at pin 1 drops below the 9V, IC7520 will stop
functioning and the output voltage will rapidly drop to zero. 14.5V start up threshold, the SMPS will once again commence
a re start cycle.
Via start-up circuitry 3510, 3530 and 3529 the voltage
originating from the 230V AC mains is used to start-up IC7520 In the event of the under voltage situation remaining, the SMPS
via the supply pin 1. As soon as this voltage reaches the 14.5V, will again go in protection mode, start up cycle, protection, etc.
IC7520 starts functioning. If the load is still too much or the and so the cycle repeats. This effect is highly audible.
output is short-circuited the same cycle will happen again. This
fault condition can be clearly identified as the power supply will
be loudly tripping.
9.4 Audio processing

The following systems are available:


9.3.6 Cycle-by-cycle control
• BASIC : FM MONO ( M,BG, I and DK : single or dual
The T-on control is regulated on a cycle-by-cycle basis. By system )
using this method the secondary voltages control, peak current • NICAM : FM STEREO / NICAM L/L', NICAM I, NICAM B/G,
limitation and all protections are extremely accurate and fast. NICAM DK
• 2CS : FM STEREO / FM MONO ( all standards 4.5, 5.5, 6.5
9.3.7 Slow-start MHz )

As soon as Vpin 1 > 14.5V the SMPS will start-up. During the BASIC models incorporating 2CS (two carrier stereo) use a
slow-start procedure both the frequency and the duty cycle will TDA8844/43 BIMOS device (built-in Mono FM Demodulator
be built up slowly. The duty cycle will initially slowly increase circuit)
commencing with the absolute lowest possible duty cycle. The
maximum duty cycle is determined by C2530 at pin 11 of NICAM LL', /BG, /I versions use a TDA8845 BIMOS (AM sound
IC7520, as C2530 is uncharged at start-up. demodulator & QSS-IF circuit ; built-in)

9.3.8 Standby mode The Audio Module incorporates the MSP3415 multi digital
sound processor. This IC incorporates digital audio processing
for volume, bass. Treble, balance, mute, spatial sound,
In standby mode the SMPS switches to the so-called "reduced
incredible sound, smart sound and source selection (SIF-
frequency mode" and runs at about 20 kHz. During standby the
signal, EXT1 or EXT2).
SMPS only has to deliver a minimal level of output power. The
minimal load threshold level is determined by R3532 at pin 12.
In the L9 chassis the SMPS does not have a burst mode in 9.4.1 Mono sets
standby but only a reduced frequency mode of about 20 kHz as
stated above. In normal operation mode the internal oscillator The basic set does not have the digital sound processor
is around 40 kHz. This frequency is controlled by C2531 at pin MSP3415 IC7833. Instead it is equipped with a SMART
10 of IC7520 and by R3537 at pin 16 of IC7520. In standby SOUND system. This circuit controls the bass and the treble
mode the frequency of operation is determined by R3536 at pin via discrete components and two control signals (BASS and
15 of IC7520. TREBLE) coming from the microprocessor.
50 L9.1E 9 Circuit description new circuits
The audio output of the MSP3415 is fed to the power amplifier
MONO IC 7950 or IC7951. Signal P10MuteVolume enables the output
TREBLE BASS of the sound amplifier.
1001
7250-A

48
7250
5
7952
9.4.3 2CS
6 CVBS+SIF 6 L+
IF TDA 8844 SIF 1 SMART 3
49
SOUND 8 L-
1002 15

2 55 This analogue F.M stereo audio standard is predominately


EXT. AUDIO
REAR I/O

AUDIO
used in Germany and The Netherlands. It is used on some
P3 DUAL
MONO MONO L/MONO
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cable television networks.
Figure 9-1: "MONO SETS"
The diagram below indicates the AUDIO path for 2CS.

The video IF output is present at pin 11 of the tuner 1000. This The CVBS + SIF signals present at pin 6 from BIMOS, -
signal goes through a sound SAW filter and is fed to the BIMOS TDA8844-, are passed through a high pass filter and are then
via pins 48 and 49, where the signal is demodulated. At pin 6 fed back into pin 58 of IC 7833 (MSP3415D) for further
of BIMOS IC 7250-A, the CVBS + SIF signal is fed to another demodulation. All variants of 2CS are demodulated in this IC.
SAW filter. Signal P3Duall/Mono selects either SAW filter 1001
or SAW filter 1002.
2CS
The system hardware configuration, option code SY, is set at 7952/7951 8 R+
7833

AD - Dual Mono for a Dual configuration, while option code SY 48


7250-A

6 (CVBS+SIF) 58
28

29
LEFT OUT

RIGHT OUT
3

5
10 R-

IF TDA 8844 MSP3415 11 L-


is set at SS for the Mono configuration ( BG,I, DK, M ). Via 49 36
37 13 L+
15

P3Duall/Mono, a signal coming from the Micro-processor 52 53 49 50

IC7600, it possible to switch between two Mono configurations EXT. 1 EXT. 2


SCART
AUDIO AUDIO

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This signal goes back to pin 1 of the BIMOS , for further Figure 9-3: "2CS"
demodulation. The demodulated FM signal or the REAR I/O
audio signal, ExtAudioMono, is switched by the BIMOS and is Audio signals coming from the rear I/O panel are connected to
present at pin 15 and pin 55. Pin 55 goes directly to the I/O pin 49/50 of IC7833 for the Ext1Audio signals, while pin 52/53
SCART - AudioOutL/Mono. of IC 7833 are used for the Ext2Audio signals. IC 7833
performs source selection as well as audio processing such as
The signal at pin 15 is fed to panel A11 - SMART SOUND. After volume, balance, tone control, mute, spatial stereo, incredible
adjustments of the bass and treble, the signal goes to sound surround sound and SMART sound. The audio output from IC
amplifier 7953 ( 2W - Mono ). 7833, pin 28 and pin 29, is fed to the power amplifier IC 7950
or IC7951. Signal P10MuteVolume enables the output of the
9.4.2 Nicam sound amplifier.

This high quality digital audio format is used in Eastern Europe, 9.5 Tuner and Video IF (see circuit diagram A5)
France, and UK, while NICAM LL' is being used in France. The
figure below shows the AUDIO path for NICAM..
9.5.1 Introduction:

NICAM EXT 1 EXT 2


In Figure 9.5 a simplified block diagram of the video path is
AUDIO AUDIO

1000 7250-A shown. The main item in the block diagram shown in Fig. 9.5 is
11 1 4 48 52 53 49 50 7950

2 1003 5 49 VIF
TDA 8845
2 FILTER 58
MSP 3415
28

29
R-OUT

L-OUT
L+/L- the video processor item 7250. The IC performs the following
SELECTION TDA 7057 R+/R-
3
15
7833
36 37 functions, video IF demodulation, chroma processing and RGB
55 56

7951 processing. Additionally synchronisation processing, mono IF


1 4

2 1204 5 SCART
TDA 7053
audio demodulation and audio selection takes place.
P2LLP/MTRAP
3

7701 7702

Two versions of video processors are used:


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• TDA8844 N2 for SW CENELEC BG/DK, CENELEC I
Figure 9-2: "NICAM" NICAM, CENELEC BG NICAM
• TDA8845 N1 for CENELEC BG,LL',I
The video IF output is present at pin 11 of the tuner. Signal
P2LlpMono is used to switch between NICAM L or L'. For a detailed block diagram of the TDA8844/8845 see Figure
Depending on the required Tuner frequency band, the 9.4.
appropriate SAW filter is selected. The filtered signal is fed to
SIF (sound I.F amplifier) input pin 55 and 56 of the BIMOS -
TDA8845. Output pin 15 - AM Audio output-, is connected to
ground via jumper 4002.

The QSS signal at pin 2 passes through the selected high pass
filter, depending on the system used, and is fed to sound
processor 7833. Audio signals coming from the rear I/O panel
are connected to pin 49/50 of IC7833 for the Ext1Audio signals,
while pin 52/53 of IC 7833 are used for the Ext2 Audio signals.

The QSS-signal, Ext1Audio or Ext2Audio is switched internally


to the output pins 28 and 29 of the sound processor. Pin 36 and
37 pass the same selected signal through to the SCART.
9 Circuit description new circuits L9.1E 51

IC 7250-4A 7250-4B 38
TDA 8845 3 4 5 TDA 8844/45

Y (TO SYNC PART)


AFC AFC
13
LUM.
DELAY 28
48 17 PEAKING
VIDEO- CORING
IF AMPLIFIER VIDEO BASE- 6
+ AMPL. BAND
INPUT SELECT
49 PLL VIDEO DEMO. 10
OUTPUT Y + CHROMA
29
PAL/NTSC/ BASE- PROCESSING
11 CHROMA BAND
SECAM
54 BANDPASS DELAY 30
AGC DEMODULATOR
LINE

VIDEO IDENT
55 QSS MIXER 2
SOUND + 9 16 36 35 34 33
IF SOUND
56 AMPL. 15
AM DEM.
7250-4C
TDA 8844/45 7 8

AGC IIC BUS


CONTROL
27 Y RGB
53 1 CD MATRIX MATRIX
+ + R R 21
31 U SATURATION BLACK G RGB G 20
32
CONTROL STRETCH OUTPUT 19
RGB
V + B B
OR +
SKIN RGB1
OUTPUT
TINT INPUT
IC 7250-4A
TDA 8844 3 4 5 CATH. 18
CALIB.

AFC AFC

23 24 25 26 22

48 VIDEO-
IF AMPLIFIER VIDEO BASE- 6
7250-4D
+ AMPL. BAND TDA 8844/45 41 42 37
49 PLL VIDEO DEMO OUTPUT

54 AGC VCO
Y SYNC. + HORIZONTAL 40
SEPARATOR CONTROL OUTPUT
53
55 43

OUTPUT 46
1 LIMITER
PLL- AMPL. + 15 VERT. VERTICAL SYNC
AUDIO + VOLUME SYNC. OUTPUT
FM DEMO. MUTE SEPARATOR 47
CONTROL
50
2

E/W 45
OUTPUT

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Figure 9-4 :Bimos are used (item 1003 or 1004). 5 Types of SAW filters are used
depending on the version of the set.
9.5.2 Tuner
9.5.4 Video IF
The PLL tuner (item 1000) is digitally controlled via the I2C-
bus. The tuner is suitable to receive off-air, S-(cable) and hyper General: Video IF-demodulation is achieved in combination
band channels. with reference circuit L5006 connected at pin 3 and 4 of
IC7250-A. The AGC control for the tuner is applied via pin 54
of IC7250-A. Internally the IC uses the top sync level as a
reference for AGC control. The AGC adjustment can be
Tuner pin description: readjusted via the SAM (service alignment menu). C2201
connected to pin 53 determines the time constant of the AGC.
• Pin 1: AGC, Automatic gain control voltage input (0.3 - The Base band CVBS signal is present at pin 6 of IC7250-A
4.0V) (normal amplitude 3.2Vpp). From here the signal is fed via
• Pin 2: VT, tuning voltage input (not connected) transistor 7266 to the sound trap filters and then on to the video
• Pin 3: AS, address select (not connected) source selection circuit.
• Pin 4: SCL, IIC-bus serial clock
• Pin 5: SDA, IIC-bus serial data The main functions of the video IF part are (see also figure 9.4):
• Pin 6: not connected
• Pin 7: Vs, PLL supply voltage +5V • IF- amplifier
• Pin 8: not connected • PLL-demodulator
• Pin 9: Vst, tuning voltage +33V • Video buffer
• Pin 10: ground • AFC
• Pin 11: IF, asymmetrical IF output • IF-AGC
• Tuner AGC
Note: The +5V supply voltage and the +33V tuning voltage is
derived from the line output stage, see diagram A2). 9.5.5 IF- amplifier

9.5.3 IF band pass filter (SAW FILTER) The IF-amplifier incorporates symmetrical inputs (pins 48 and
49). By using IIC bus control (IFS) the AGC attenuation can be
Between the tuner output and the video IF input of the video adjusted by up to -20db.
processor the IF band pass filtering take place. Filter 5002 is
tuned at 40.4MHz and serves as an extra suppression of the Remark: If the BIMOS is replaced the AGC value should be
neighbour channel. For the IF band pass filtering SAW filters adjusted as part of the repair process. (see software alignment
adjustments).
52 L9.1E 9 Circuit description new circuits
9.5.6 PLL-demodulator
TDA 8844/8845

The IF-signal is demodulated with the assistance of the PLL


detector. The video IF-demodulator can handle both negative
OSD/TXT/SCART
and positively modulated IF signals; selection is achieved via TUNER FBL R G B

the IIC bus (bit MOD). IF


48/49 26 23 24 25
CVBS + SIF
6
IF TDA884X 21
R
9.5.7 Video buffer SOUND SOUND
RGB
PROCESSING 20
G TO CRT
BPF TRAP + SWITCH 19
B
13
SIF
(to sound proc..) CVBS_INT CHROMA
The video buffer is present to provide a low ohmic video output SWITCH CVBS_EXT
17
PROCESSING
MATRIX

with the required signal amplitude. Additionally, it provides YC/CVBS EXT 38 30 29 28


Y 27 31 32

protection against (pin 6) the occurrence of noise peaks. The YC/CVBS EXT
U
YC/CVBS EXT
video buffer stage also contains a level shifter and a gain stage V

for both the positive and negative video modulation formats, so CVBS_MON
that the correct video amplitude and DC level are always
present at pin 6 regardless of the input signal. V_PATH1.PPT
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9.5.8 Video-IF AGC
9.6.2 CVBS/Y/C selection
An AGC system controls the gain of the IF amplifier such that
the video output amplitude is constant. The demodulated video The input switches are used for selection of the input signal.
signal is supplied, via a low pass filter inside the IC to an AGC
detector. External AGC de coupling is provided by capacitor Three input signals can be selected:
2201 at pin 53. The AGC detector voltage directly controls the
IF amplification stages. • Pin 13: terrestrial CVBS input.
• Pin 17: external AV1 input.
9.5.9 The tuner AGC • Pin10/11: external AV2-Y, CVBS/C input

Tuner AGC is provided to reduce the tuner gain and thus the When pin 11 is in the CVBS input mode then pin 10 is not used.
tuner output voltage when receiving to strong RF signal. The When pin 11 is in the Y/C input mode then both pins are used
tuner AGC starts working when the video-IF input reaches a and the CHROMA filter in the Y signal path is switched off.
certain input level. This level can be adjusted via the IIC bus.
The tuner AGC signal is applied to the tuner via the open 9.6.3 Luminance / Chroma signal processing
collector output pin 54 of the BIMOS.
Once the signal source has been selected, CHROMA filter
9.5.10 AFC calibration is performed. The received colour burst-sub-carrier
frequency is used for the calibration. Correspondingly, the
The AFC output information is available for search tuning. The CHROMA band-pass filter for PAL/NTSC processing or the
AFC output is available via the I2C bus ( AFA and AFB signals). cloche filter for SECAM processing is switched on. Pins 34, 35
For alignment purposes it is displayed in the TUNER submenu have the crystals connected to them. These crystals are used
of the SAM (See chapter 8). for multi-purpose calibration of the burst sub-carrier. The
selected luminance signal is then supplied to the Horizontal
and Vertical synchronisation processing circuits and to the
9.6 Video Signal Processing (see circuit diagram A6) luminance processing circuits. In the Luminance processing
block, the luminance signal is applied to the CHROMA trap.
9.6.1 Introduction: This trap is switched on or off depending upon on the colour
burst detection of the CHROMA calibration circuit. Before the
The video signal processing can be divided in the following luminance signal is applied to pin 28 of the TV-processor the
parts: signal is applied to a "peaking" and "coring" circuit. In these
circuits the sharpness and noise level of the signal can be
• CVBS/Y/C input selection influenced via the remote control (control menu in the user
• Luminance and chrominance signal processing menu ).
• PAL/NTSC and SECAM demodulation /Auto system
manager 9.6.4 PAL, NTSC and SECAM demodulation via the Auto system
• YUV/RGB processing/ black stretcher manager
• Second RGB insertion
• RGB processing The colour decoder circuit detects whether the signal is a PAL
• Black current calibration loop or NTSC signal. The result is made known to the auto system
• Beaming current limiting manager. The base-band delay line is activated when a PAL or
SECAM signal is detected. For the SECAM colour standard a
Above mentioned processing circuits are integrated in the TV- reference voltage is generated at pin16 of the TV-processor.
processor (parts B and C). The surrounding components are
for the adaptation of the selected application. The I2C bus is Connected at Pin 9 of the TV-processor, is the band-gap de-
used for defining and controlling the signals. coupling circuit, which consists of (2214,2215). The band-gap
circuit provides a very stable and temperature independent
reference voltage. It ensures optimal performance of the TV-
processor and is used by almost all functional blocks inside the
processor. The Y signal and the demodulator outputs R-Y and
B-Y are present at pin 28, 29, 30 of the TV-processor. The auto
system manager identifies PAL, NTSC and SECAM colour
9 Circuit description new circuits L9.1E 53

standards and is controllable via the IIC bus. Connected on pin The voltage on pin 22 is normally 3.3V (limitor not active). To
36 of the TV-processor is the Loop Filter for the phase detector enable correct operation however, an external adaptation to
The filter chosen provides an optimal transient response, which the circuit is required for the correct functioning of the limiting
ensures both an optimum for noise bandwidth and colour function. This is connected to Pin 22, the circuit therefore
acquisition time. ensures that correct peak white limiting and the average beam
current limiting takes place. Components 6212, 2227, 3253,
9.6.5 YUV / RGB processing/ black stretching 3246 are for the average beam current limiting and the items
connected to 7263 are for the peak white limiting. As a
reference for the average beam current control the signal
The signal Y, R-Y and B-Y present on pins 27, 31, 32 of the TV-
EHT_info is used. This signal is a measurement of the picture
processor are used as the input signals for the colour decoding
contents. It is filtered by 3253, 2227. As the time constant of
section of the BiMOS (IC7520-C). The YUV processor enables
the filter is much bigger than the frame period time, the DC at
the colour saturation control and also converts the Y, B-Y and
the anode of 6212 represents the average value of the picture
B-Y signals to the R, G, B signal format via the colour matrix
content. Via 6212 and 2226 the DC voltage at pin 22 is slowly
circuit. The black stretcher circuit , initial stage of the matrix
'clamped'. For peak white limiting transistor 7263 is utilised.
circuit, extends the Grey signal level towards the actual black
When peak white occurs, the DC voltage at the base of 7263
level. The amount of extension depends upon the difference
drops rapidly. 7263 starts conducting, which provides a path to
between actual black level and the darkest part of the incoming
discharge the capacitor 2226 very fast. The voltage bias at the
video signal level. This feature is fully integrated. The user can
base of 7263 is fixed via voltage divider 3251 and 3249. The
switch this circuit on or off by using the Contrast Plus option in
RGB output signals are applied to the CRT panel via connector
the user menu.
0243. Via diodes 6263, 6264 and 6265 and series resistor
3253, the RGB signals are also connected to the
9.6.6 Second RGB insertion CRT_discharge signal. The level of this signal is only high
during the time the set is switched off. And id due to the
Pins 23, 24, 25 are used as the inputs for the second R, G, B cathodes of the CRT are driven fully negative. That means that
signals insertion. Pin 26 of the TV-processor is the input for the the beam current is increased. and consequently the CRT
insertion control signal which is called "FBL". When the FBL quickly discharged.
signal level becomes higher than 0.9V (but less than 3V) the R,
G, B signals at pins 23,24,25 are inserted into the picture by 9.6.10 CRT panel (see circuit diagram B)
using the internal switches incorporated in the TV-processor.
This second insertion possibility is used for insertion of the on
On the CRT panel the output amplifiers for the RGB signals (
screen display signals , TXT or R. G. B signals from the SCART
IC T7330, DA6107Q)
socket..

are located. Via the outputs 9, 8 and 7 of the IC the cathodes


9.6.7 RGB processing of the CRT are

The RGB processing circuit enables the picture parameters to driven. The supply voltage for the IC is +200VA and is derived
be adjusted by using a combination of the user menus and the from the line output stage.
remote control. Additionally automatic gain control for the RGB
signals via cut-off stabilisation is achieved in this functional
block..

The block also inserts the cut off point "measuring pulses" into
the RGB signals during vertical retrace period.. From outputs
19,20 and 21 the RGB signals are then applied to the output
amplifiers on the CRT panel.

9.6.8 Black current calibration loop

The black current calibration loop ensures that the white


balance at low signal levels and low light white balance is
skipped. By means of the inserted measuring pulses, the black
current calibration loop, tracks the beam current feed back of
the RGB signals at the cathodes of the picture tube. As a result
of this calibration, the individual black level of the RGB output
signals is shifted to a level which allocates around 10uAof
beam current to each of the RGB signals. Pin 18 (BC_info) of
the BIMOS is used as the feed back input from the CRT base
panel.

9.6.9 Beam current limiting

A beam current limiting circuit inside the BiMOS handles the


contrast and brightness control for the RGB signals. This
prevents the CRT tube being over driven, which may cause
serious damage in the line output stage. The reference used for
this purpose is the DC voltage on Pin 22 (BLCIN) of the TV-
processor. Contrast and brightness reduction of the RGB
output signals is therefore proportional to the voltage present
on this pin. Contrast reduction starts when the voltage on pin
22 is lower than 3.0 V. Brightness reduction starts when the
voltage on pin 22 is less than 2.0 V.
54 L9.1E 10 Directions for use
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58 L9.1E 10 Directions for use
10 Directions for use L9.1E 59
60 L9.1E 11 List of Abbreviations
2CS 2 Carrier Stereo FBL Fast Blanking
11 List of Abbreviations

A/P Asia Pacific; schematic/PCB information (only) FFBL Full screen Fast Blanking
applicable for Asia Pacific sets FM/AM/
AFC Automatic Frequency Control Ext_VC_AudioMono FM, AM or external mono signal from BiMOS
AQUADAG Aquadag coating on the (outside of the) picture to audio processor input (only used in Mono
tube and Nicam L sets)
AudioOutR Audio signal at Right output channel. Front/Ext1AudioL Front audio Left input signal / External 1 Audio
AudioOutL/Mono Audio signal at Left output channel / Mono Left input signal.
output channel. Front/Ext1AudioR Front audio Right input signal / External 1
AV_MUTE Signal to mute the sound on the Audio-out of Audio Right input signal.
Cinch / Scart (Combined with RBG_Blanking) GND Ground
Ext2Fun_SW GND_LOT Ground of LOT
(AV_Mute/ G_TXT_OSD Green TXT or OSD signal from micro
Ext2Fun_SW) Switching signal from Scart2 to micro processor to the video controller IC7250
controller indicating the presence and type of (BIMOS)
signal on Scart2. (no signal / CVBS 16:9 / HD Horizontal pulse derivation
CVBS 4:3) HDRIVE Horizontal output drive
AV Audio Video signal HEW_protn Switching signal to (de)activate the XRAY
AVL Automatic Volume Level protection which is measured via pin 50 of the
B_TXT_OSD Blue TXT or OSD signal from uC to the video BIMOS (only for USA sets)
controller IC7250 (BIMOS) Hflybk Horizontal flyback pulse used to monitor the
BASS Control signal for BASS horizontal oscillator
BCI Beam Current information IF Intermediate Frequency signal from the tuner
BTSC Broadcast Television Standard Committee; 12C (or IIC) 2 Wire communication protocol between micro
sound standard for America and Asia Pacific controller and integrated circuits
Buzzer Buzzer (only used in L9-ITV) IC Integrated Circuit
CRT DISCHARGE Fast drop of VBATT during after switch off the I/O Input/Output
set. Which result in EHT voltage reducing to INT Audio internal output
less than 18 kv within 5 sec. IR Output signal from infrared receiver to micro
CTI Colour Transient Improvement controller.
CVBS Colour Video Blanking Synchronisation. Video KeyBd1 Local keyboard control signal to micro
signal containing colour, black/white, blanking controller
and synchronisation information. KeyBd2 Local keyboard control signal to micro
CVBS_EXT CVBS external = CVBS signal form external controller (In protection mode KeyBd2 is
source (VCR, DVD etc.) Ground)
CVBS_INT CVBS internal = CVBS signal from the tuner KeyBd3 Local keyboard control signal to micro
CVBS_MON CVBS monitor (CVBS) signal to Cinch or Scart controller
CVBS_Terr CVBS Terrestrial output signal L- Power amplifier output to headphone and
CVBS_TXT CVBS for TXT processing in micro controller speaker
Din Digital input signal only used in L9-ITV) L+ Power amplifier output to speaker
Dout Digital output signal (only used in L9-ITV) LED LED control signal from micro controller to LED
DBX Dynamic Bass Expander (only used for BTSC LATAM Latin America; schematic/PCB information
sound system) (only) applicable for Latin American (incl.
DNR Dynamic Noise Reduction Brazilian) sets
EAR Earth (ground layer) LeftOut Audio Left signal output
EEPROM Electrically Erasable Programmable Read LTI Luminance Transient Improvement (=
Only Memory (also called NVM; non-volatile steepness)
memory) MainAudioL/Mono Audio Left/Mono signal to input power amplifier
EHT-INFO Extra high tension information; Beam current MainAudioR Audio Right signal to input power amplifier
related signal from CRT to BIMOS. MON Audio monitor output
Ext1 B RGB External 1 Blue input signal. NICAM Near Instantaneous Companded Audio
Ext1 FB RGB External 1 Fast-blanking input signal. Muliplex (digital audio)
Ext1 G RGB External 1 Green input signal. NR Noise Reduction
Ext1 R RGB External 1 Red input signal. NTSC NTSC colour system
Ext1 Video RGB External 1 Video input signal. OSD On Screen Display
Ext2 AudioL/Mono External 2 Audio Left input signal / Mono input P0Sys1/AM Switching signal with several functions:
signal. BiMOS crystal selection (only for Latam
Ext Audio/Mono External Audio input signal / Mono input signal. sets)Selection of AM or FM signal (used in
Ext2 AudioR External 2 Audio Right input signal. combination with P1Sys2/AMFM_ExtSel)
Ext2C Exterial 2 SVHS Chrominance (C) input signal. (only for Europe)
Ext2Video/Y External 2 Video input signal or SVHS P1Sys2/
Luminance (Y) input signal. AMFM_ExtSel Switching signal with several functions:
ESD Electrostatic Discharge BIMOS crystal selection (only for Latam
EURO Europe; schematic/PCB information (only) sets)Selection of internal AM/FM signal or an
applicable for European sets external signal (used in combination with
EWD_dyn Dynamic East-West correction to compensate P0Sys1/AM)
for variations in EHT P2LLp/Mtrap Switching signal with several functions: M-trap
EWDRIVE East-West drive correction (sound filtering) switching (only for A/P Pal
FB_TXT_OSD Fast blanking signal from micro controller to Multi sets)BiMOS crystal selection (only for
IC7250 (BIMOS) for inserting or displaying Latam sets)Selection of L or L' system (only for
TXT and OSD information (generated by the Europe sets)
micro processor) P3Dual/Mono Switching signal to select the sound filter in
Filament Filament (heater voltage) from LOT to CRT dual-system Mono sets (BG/I, BG/DK or I/DK).
11 List of Abbreviations L9.1E 61

P4ScartPin8/SVHS Switching signal from I/O to micro controller


with several functions:Scart1 I/O: detects
signal type connected to Scart 1 (no signal,
16:9 signal, 4:3 signal) (only for Europe)Cinch
I/O: detects signal type connected to cinch:
SVHS or CVBS (not for Europe)
P5BassSw Bass switching signal (only for some mono
sets)
P6TrebleSw Treble switching signal (only for some mono
sets)
P7Ext1/2 Used in L9-ITV sets (Hotel TV)
P9stbyon+protn Signal from E-W and LOT output to micro
controller to (de)activate the protection mode
P10Mute/Volume Audio mute / Volume control signal pin
POR/CLK Power on reset (only used in L9-ITV sets)
R- Power amplifier output " R- " to speaker
R+ Power amplifier output " R+ " to headphone
and speaker
RAM Random Access Memory
RESET Reset signal to micro controller
RF_AGC Automatic gain control signal from BiMOS
output to tuner input.
RGB Red-Green-Blue
RGB_Blanking Red Green Blue Blanking signal (combined
with AV_MUTE)
RightOut Audio right signal output
R_TXT_OSD Red TXT or OSD signal from uC to the video
controller IC7250 (BIMOS)
ROM Read Only Memory
SAM Service Alignment Mode. Service mode for
alignments and error buffer display
SAP Second audio program (only for USA & A/P
sets)
SCL Clock line of the I2C-bus
SCL2 2nd Clock line of the IIC-bus (only used in L9-
ITV sets)
SDA Data line of the I2C-bus
SDA2 2nd Data line of the I2C-bus (only used in L9-
ITV sets)
SDM Service Default Mode. Service mode with
predefined settings for waveform and voltage
measurements, error buffer display and option
(byte) setting.
SIF Sound IF signal for FM audio demodulator
SMPS Switching Mode Power Supply
STANDBY Switching signal from micro controller; "low" for
standby (power supply will be switched to
stand-by mode), "high" for normal operation
SW_OUT Selected Output signal from source
SYNC Synchronisation
TBD To Be Defined
TREBLE Control signal for treble
TXT Teletext
uC Micro controller
USA United States; schematic/PCB information
(only) applicable for North American sets
V_TUNE Tuning voltage for tuner
Vdrive - Negative Vertical drive pulse signal
Vdrive + Positive Vertical drive pulse signal
VD Vertical pulse derivation
VFL Vertical flyback pulse used to inform the micro
controller that flyback is occurring. This is
critical for the correct OSD and TXT
Vflybk Vertical flyback pulse
VG2 Voltage on grid 2 of the picture tube (screen
control)
VideoOut CVBS output signal
VOLUME Control signal (from micro controller, but on
DC level via RC network) for sound processing
in sound IC
XRAY-PROT XRAY protection (only for USA sets)
YC Luminance (Y) and Chrominance (C)
62 L9.1E 12 Spare parts list
Mono carrier [A] 2426 5322 121 42386 100nF 5% 63V 2858 4822 126 13692 47pF 1% 63V 3218∆ 4822 051 20101 100Ω 5% 0.1W
12 Spare parts list

2428 4822 122 33175 2.2nF 20% 50V 2859 4822 126 13486 15pF 2% 63V 3219 4822 051 20561 560Ω 5% 0.1W
2429 4822 124 40242 1µF 20% 63V 2859 4822 126 13693 56pF 1% 63V 3220∆ 4822 051 20101 100Ω 5% 0.1W
Various 2430 4822 124 41579 10µF 20% 50V 2860 4822 124 41579 10µF 20% 50V 3225 4822 051 20104 100k 5% 0.1W
2431 4822 126 10002 100nF 20% 25V 2861 4822 126 10002 100nF 20% 25V 3228∆ 4822 051 20101 100Ω 5% 0.1W
0025 4822 256 10336 LED holder 2437 4822 126 13061 220nF 20% 25V 2862 4822 126 10002 100nF 20% 25V 3231 4822 051 20331 330Ω 5% 0.1W
0127∆ 4822 256 92053 Fuse holder 2438 4822 126 13836 16V 1µF 2863 4822 124 41579 10µF 20% 50V 3232 4822 051 20331 330Ω 5% 0.1W
0189∆ 4822 402 10844 PCB bracket 2440 5322 126 10511 1nF 5% 50V 2864 4822 126 13061 220nF 20% 25V 3233 4822 051 20331 330Ω 5% 0.1W
0211∆ 4822 265 20723 2P male (vert.) 2441 5322 126 10511 1nF 5% 50V 2865 4822 126 13061 220nF 20% 25V 3243∆ 4822 051 20472 4k7 5% 0.1W
0224 4822 267 10676 Conn. 1P 2448 4822 122 31173 220pF 10% 500V 2866 4822 126 13061 220nF 20% 25V 3246 4822 117 11149 82k 1% 0.1W
0228 4822 267 10676 Conn. 1P 2450 4822 124 11575 47µF 20% 160V 2867 4822 126 13061 220nF 20% 25V 3247 4822 116 52175 100Ω 5% 0.5W
0231∆ 4822 276 14024 Mains switch 2451 4822 121 51305 15nF 10% 50V 2868 4822 124 40769 4.7µF 20% 100V 3248 4822 116 52175 100Ω 5% 0.5W
0232∆ 4822 267 31014 Headphone socker 2456 4822 121 43526 47nF 5% 250V 2869 4822 126 10002 100nF 20% 25V 3249 4822 051 20334 330k 5% 0.1W
0267 4822 267 31673 Headphone plug 2457∆ 4822 121 10518 250V 390nF 5% 2870 4822 126 10002 100nF 20% 25V 3250∆ 4822 051 20008 jumper (0805)
1000∆ 4822 210 10848 UV1316/AI-2 2458 4822 124 42127 100V S 10µF 20% 2871 4822 124 41579 10µF 20% 50V 3251 4822 051 20104 100k 5% 0.1W
1003 4822 242 10575 SAW flt. 2459 4822 126 13185 680pF 10% 500V 2874 4822 126 13692 47pF 1% 63V 3251 4822 117 10834 47k 1% 0.1W
OFWJ1980M 2461 4822 122 31175 1nF 10% 500V 2875 4822 126 13692 47pF 1% 63V 3252 4822 117 11449 2k2 1% 0.1W
1003 4822 242 81436 SAW flt. 2462 4822 121 43526 47nF 5% 250V 2877 4822 126 10002 100nF 20% 25V 3253 4822 117 11449 2k2 1% 0.1W
OFWK3953M 2463∆ 4822 126 14053 1nF 10% 2KV 2882 5322 126 10511 1nF 5% 50V 3257∆ 4822 051 20101 100Ω 5% 0.1W
1003 4822 242 81964 SAW flt. 2463∆ 4822 126 14184 820pF 10% 2KV 2883 4822 124 41579 10µF 20% 50V 3258∆ 4822 051 20101 100Ω 5% 0.1W
OFWG1984M 2465∆ 4822 121 70649 9.1nF 5% 1.6KV 2884 5322 126 10511 1nF 5% 50V 3259∆ 4822 051 20101 100Ω 5% 0.1W
1004 4822 242 11043 SAW flt. 2466 4822 121 40483 10nF 10% 400V 2887 4822 122 33575 220pF 5% 63V 3267 4822 116 52175 100Ω 5% 0.5W
OFWK6285K 2468∆ 5322 121 42532 18nF 10% 400V 2888 4822 124 81029 100µF 20% 25V 3401 4822 111 31051 3Ω3 5%
1200 4822 242 10315 cer. flt. 5.5/5.7/ 2469 4822 121 51319 1µF 10% 63V 2889 4822 126 10002 100nF 20% 25V 3402 4822 111 31051 3Ω3 5%
6.5Mhz 2470 4822 122 31177 470pF 10% 500V 2891 4822 126 13691 27pF 1% 63V 3403 4822 111 31051 3Ω3 5%
1200 4822 242 81712 cer. flt. TPWA04B 2471 4822 121 51252 470nF 5% 63V 2891 5322 122 32531 100pF 5% 50V 3405 4822 050 22202 2k2 1% 0.6W
1201 4822 242 81572 cer. flt TPS6 2472 5322 124 41379 2.2µF 20% 50V 2950 4822 124 81029 100µF 20% 25V 3406 4822 050 11002 1k 1% 0.4W
1204 4822 242 10688 SAW flt. 2473 4822 124 41751 47µF 20% 50V 2952 4822 126 13836 16V 1µF 3407 4822 050 22202 2k2 1% 0.6W
OFWK9456M 2475 4822 121 10868 510nF 5% 250V 2954 4822 126 13482 470nF 16V 3408 4822 050 11002 1k 1% 0.4W
1205 4822 242 10695 cr. 4.433619MHz 2475 4822 126 14096 560nF 5% 250V 2955 4822 122 33177 10nF 20% 50V 3409∆ 4822 052 10158 1Ω5 5% 0.33W
1208 4822 242 10776 cr. 3.579545MHz 2481 4822 121 51252 470nF 5% 63V 2956 4822 126 13836 16V 1µF 3410 4822 116 83872 220Ω 5% 0.5W
1500 4822 070 34002 Fuse (4A) 2482 4822 121 40482 68nF 10% 250V 2958 4822 126 13482 470nF 16V 3411 4822 116 83872 220Ω 5% 0.5W
1572∆ 4822 071 51002 Fuse (1A) 2484 5322 121 42386 100nF 5% 63V 2959 4822 122 33177 10nF 20% 50V 3420 4822 051 20474 470k 5% 0.1W
1573∆ 4822 071 52502 Fuse (2.5A) 2485 4822 124 81107 4.7µF 20% 250V 2960 4822 124 11908 2200µF 20% 25V 3421 4822 116 52256 2k2 5% 0.5W
1580∆ 4822 280 10367 Relay 2486 4822 124 80791 470µF 16V 20% 2961 4822 124 11947 10µF 20% 16V 3422 4822 116 52256 2k2 5% 0.5W
1600 4822 276 13775 switch 2487 4822 124 40255 100µF 20% 63V 2962 5322 122 32448 10pF 5% 63V 3423 4822 051 20684 680k 5% 0.1W
1601 4822 276 13775 switch 2488 4822 124 80791 470µF 16V 20% 2963 5322 122 32448 10pF 5% 63V 3424 4822 051 20106 10M 5% 0.1W
1602 4822 276 13775 switch 2489 4822 124 80791 470µF 16V 20% 3425 4822 117 11148 56k 1% 0.1W
1603 4822 276 13775 switch 2490 4822 122 31177 470pF 10% 500V 3426 4822 051 20393 39k 5% 0.1W
1660 4822 242 10694 crystal 12MHz 2491 4822 122 31177 470pF 10% 500V f 3428 4822 051 20223 22k 5% 0.1W
1822 4822 242 10769 cr. 18.432MHz 2492 4822 126 10326 180pF 5% 63V 3429 4822 051 20273 27k 5% 0.1W
2500∆ 4822 126 13589 470nF 275V 3000 4822 116 52175 100Ω 5% 0.5W 3431∆ 4822 051 20332 3k3 5% 0.1W
2502∆ 4822 126 14153 2.2nF 10%B 1KV 3001 4822 116 52175 100Ω 5% 0.5W 3432∆ 4822 051 20101 100Ω 5% 0.1W
g 2504∆ 4822 126 14153 2.2nF 10%B 1KV 3013∆ 4822 051 20008 jumper (0805) 3436 4822 051 10102 1k 2% 0.25W
2505∆ 4822 126 14153 2.2nF 10%B 1KV 3013 4822 117 10833 10k 1% 0.1W 3437 4822 117 10833 10k 1% 0.1W
2507∆ 4822 126 11524 1.5nF 10% 1KV 3014∆ 4822 051 20472 4k7 5% 0.1W 3438 4822 116 52271 33k 5% 0.5W
2001 4822 126 13751 47nF 10% 63V
2508 4822 124 12415 220µF 20% 400V 3015 4822 051 20223 22k 5% 0.1W 3442 4822 116 52276 3k9 5% 0.5W
2002 4822 124 40255 100µF 20% 63V
2511∆ 4822 122 50116 470pF 10% 1KV 3016 4822 116 52228 680Ω 5% 0.5W 3448 4822 116 52303 8k2 5% 0.5W
2003 4822 124 40255 100µF 20% 63V
2517 5322 122 32331 1nF 10% 100V 3024 4822 116 83961 6k8 5% 3449 4822 116 52269 3k3 5% 0.5W
2004 5322 122 32654 22nF 10% 63V
2518∆ 4822 122 50116 470pF 10% 1KV 3026 4822 117 11449 2k2 1% 0.1W 3452∆ 4822 053 12339 33Ω 5% 3W
2011 4822 124 41579 10µF 20% 50V
2520 4822 126 13695 82pF 1% 63V 3100 4822 117 10353 150Ω 1% 0.1W 3454 4822 053 11333 33k 5% 2W
2013 4822 126 10002 100nF 20% 25V
2521 4822 122 33891 3.3nF 10% 63V 3103 4822 116 52303 8k2 5% 0.5W 3458 4822 050 11002 1k 1% 0.4W
2014 4822 122 33177 10nF 20% 50V
2522 4822 122 33891 3.3nF 10% 63V 3104 4822 117 10833 10k 1% 0.1W 3461 4822 116 52283 4k7 5% 0.5W
2018 4822 122 33177 10nF 20% 50V
2524 5322 122 31863 330pF 5% 50V 3105 4822 116 83868 150Ω 5% 0.5W 3462 4822 117 12514 6k8 5% 5W
2101 5322 122 31863 330pF 5% 50V
2529 4822 126 10002 100nF 20% 25V 3108 4822 116 52303 8k2 5% 0.5W 3463 4822 116 52195 47Ω 5% 0.5W
2102 5322 122 31863 330pF 5% 50V
2530 4822 124 11571 1µF 20% 50V 3109 4822 117 10833 10k 1% 0.1W 3465∆ 4822 052 10109 10Ω 5% 0.33W
2103 5322 122 31863 330pF 5% 50V
2531 4822 121 10738 1nF 2% 50V 3112 4822 116 52201 75Ω 5% 0.5W 3468 4822 050 11002 1k 1% 0.4W
2104 5322 122 31863 330pF 5% 50V
2532 5322 122 32268 470pF 10% 50V 3113 4822 116 52175 100Ω 5% 0.5W 3470 4822 116 52271 33k 5% 0.5W
2105 5322 122 31863 330pF 5% 50V
2533 4822 122 33175 2.2nF 20% 50V 3114 4822 116 52201 75Ω 5% 0.5W 3471 4822 116 83874 220k 5% 0.5W
2106 5322 122 31863 330pF 5% 50V
2540 4822 124 80059 100µF 20% 25V 3115 4822 116 52175 100Ω 5% 0.5W 3472 4822 050 11204 120k 1% 0.4W
2107 5322 122 31863 330pF 5% 50V
2541 4822 124 12416 3.3µF 20% 160V 3116 4822 116 52175 100Ω 5% 0.5W 3472 4822 116 52234 100k 5% 0.5W
2108 5322 122 31863 330pF 5% 50V
2542 4822 124 40433 47µF 20% 25V 3117 4822 116 52201 75Ω 5% 0.5W 3473 4822 050 11002 1k 1% 0.4W
2109 5322 122 31863 330pF 5% 50V
2545∆ 4822 126 14049 1.5nF 20% 250V 3118 4822 116 52201 75Ω 5% 0.5W 3474 4822 111 31051 3Ω3 5%
2110 5322 122 31863 330pF 5% 50V
2550∆ 4822 122 50116 470pF 10% 1KV 3119 4822 116 52175 100Ω 5% 0.5W 3475 4822 111 31051 3Ω3 5%
2111 4822 124 41579 10µF 20% 50V
2551 4822 124 42336 47µF 20% 160V 3123 4822 116 52201 75Ω 5% 0.5W 3477 4822 116 52175 100Ω 5% 0.5W
2112 4822 124 41579 10µF 20% 50V
2561 4822 124 40784 3300µF 20% 16V 3125 4822 117 12521 68Ω 1% 0.1W 3478 4822 116 83874 220k 5% 0.5W
2113 5322 122 31863 330pF 5% 50V
2562∆ 4822 126 13337 220pF 10% 1KV 3131 4822 051 20822 8k2 5% 0.1W 3479 4822 116 52219 330Ω 5% 0.5W
2114 5322 122 31863 330pF 5% 50V
2571 4822 124 12417 2200µF 20% 25V 3132 4822 117 10833 10k 1% 0.1W 3480 4822 050 22703 27k 1% 0.6W
2115 4822 126 13836 16V 1µF
2573 4822 126 12105 33nF 5% 63V 3134 4822 116 52195 47Ω 5% 0.5W 3481 4822 050 21004 100k 1% 0.6W
2173 5322 122 31863 330pF 5% 50V
2575 4822 126 10002 100nF 20% 25V 3135 4822 051 20561 560Ω 5% 0.1W 3481∆ 4822 050 24703 47k 1% 0.6W
2174 4822 124 81029 100µF 20% 25V
2576 5322 122 31866 6.8nF 10% 63V 3136 4822 116 52303 8k2 5% 0.5W 3482 4822 050 25603 56k 1% 0.6W
2176 5322 122 31863 330pF 5% 50V
2586 4822 124 22263 220µF 20% 25V 3137 4822 117 10833 10k 1% 0.1W 3483 4822 116 52257 22k 5% 0.5W
2177 4822 124 81029 100µF 20% 25V
2604 4822 124 81151 22µF 50V 3138 4822 116 52244 15k 5% 0.5W 3484 4822 116 83864 10k 5% 0.5W
2201 4822 124 40242 1µF 20% 63V
2609 5322 126 10511 1nF 5% 50V 3139∆ 4822 051 20472 4k7 5% 0.1W 3485∆ 4822 052 11478 4Ω7 5% 0.5W
2205 4822 126 10002 100nF 20% 25V
2613 5322 121 42386 100nF 5% 63V 3140 4822 116 52201 75Ω 5% 0.5W 3486 4822 052 11108 1Ω 5% 0.5W
2206 4822 126 10002 100nF 20% 25V
2615 4822 126 10002 100nF 20% 25V 3141 4822 116 52175 100Ω 5% 0.5W 3487 4822 052 11108 1Ω 5% 0.5W
2207 4822 124 81029 100µF 20% 25V
2616 5322 122 32658 22pF 5% 50V 3142 4822 116 52201 75Ω 5% 0.5W 3488∆ 4822 052 11478 4Ω7 5% 0.5W
2208 4822 124 81029 100µF 20% 25V
2617 5322 122 32658 22pF 5% 50V 3144 4822 116 52199 68Ω 5% 0.5W 3490 4822 052 11108 1Ω 5% 0.5W
2209 4822 126 13482 470nF 16V
2618 5322 122 32531 100pF 5% 50V 3148∆ 4822 051 20101 100Ω 5% 0.1W 3491 4822 052 11108 1Ω 5% 0.5W
2210 5322 122 32967 5.6pF 10% 63V
2619 4822 124 40242 1µF 20% 63V 3149∆ 4822 051 20101 100Ω 5% 0.1W 3492 4822 052 11108 1Ω 5% 0.5W
2211 4822 126 13482 470nF 16V
2620 5322 122 32658 22pF 5% 50V 3150∆ 4822 051 20101 100Ω 5% 0.1W 3495 4822 117 11507 6k8 1% 0.1W
2212 4822 126 13482 470nF 16V
2621 5322 122 32658 22pF 5% 50V 3151∆ 4822 051 20101 100Ω 5% 0.1W 3496 4822 117 10833 10k 1% 0.1W
2213 4822 126 13482 470nF 16V
2622 4822 124 22263 220µF 20% 25V 3152∆ 4822 051 20101 100Ω 5% 0.1W 3497 4822 117 10833 10k 1% 0.1W
2214 5322 122 32654 22nF 10% 63V
2623 4822 122 33177 10nF 20% 50V 3153∆ 4822 051 20153 15k 5% 0.1W 3501 4822 117 12181 470Ω 20% 0.5W
2215 4822 124 41576 2.2µF 20% 50V
2624 4822 126 13694 68pF 1% 63V 3154∆ 4822 051 20472 4k7 5% 0.1W 3502∆ 4822 053 21225 2M2 5% 0.5W
2216 4822 126 13561 220nF 10% 16V
2625 4822 122 33172 390pF 5% 50V 3155∆ 4822 051 20471 470Ω 5% 0.1W 3503 4822 116 10105 9Ω 220V PTC
2217 4822 126 13689 18pF 1% 63V
2626 4822 122 33172 390pF 5% 50V 3156 4822 116 52206 120Ω 5% 0.5W 3505∆ 4822 252 11215 Surge prot.
2220 4822 126 13486 15pF 2% 63V
2627 4822 122 33172 390pF 5% 50V 3157 4822 116 52206 120Ω 5% 0.5W DSP301N-A21F
2221 5322 126 10511 1nF 5% 50V
2628 4822 122 33172 390pF 5% 50V 3201 4822 051 20391 390Ω 5% 0.1W 3507 4822 116 82776 2Ω2
2222 4822 126 10002 100nF 20% 25V
2629 4822 122 30103 22nF 80% 63V 3203 4822 051 20331 330Ω 5% 0.1W 3508 4822 117 13473 22k 5% 2.5W
2225 4822 126 13061 220nF 20% 25V
2630 4822 126 10002 100nF 20% 25V 3204 4822 116 52249 1k8 5% 0.5W 3510∆ 4822 116 82107 68k 5% 3W
2226 4822 124 23489 33µF 20% 25V
2631 4822 126 13836 16V 1µF 3205 4822 051 10102 1k 2% 0.25W 3511 4822 117 12568 1k 10% 7W
2227 4822 124 40242 1µF 20% 63V
2633 4822 122 33177 10nF 20% 50V 3206 4822 117 10353 150Ω 1% 0.1W 3512∆ 4822 051 20153 15k 5% 0.1W
2245 4822 124 40769 4.7µF 20% 100V
2679 4822 126 10002 100nF 20% 25V 3208 4822 050 15609 56Ω 1% 0.4W 3513 4822 117 11719 180k
2247 4822 126 13751 47nF 10% 63V
2681 4822 124 22263 220µF 20% 25V 3208 4822 116 52175 100Ω 5% 0.5W 3514 4822 050 28204 820k 1% 0.6W
2248 4822 126 13751 47nF 10% 63V
2697 5322 126 10511 1nF 5% 50V 3208 4822 116 52206 120Ω 5% 0.5W 3516 4822 051 10102 1k 2% 0.25W
2249 4822 126 13751 47nF 10% 63V
2843 4822 124 81029 100µF 20% 25V 3209 4822 051 20223 22k 5% 0.1W 3517 4822 050 11002 1k 1% 0.4W
2401 5322 121 42386 100nF 5% 63V
2850 4822 126 13693 56pF 1% 63V 3212 4822 051 20391 390Ω 5% 0.1W 3518∆ 4822 116 83027 R22 5% 3W
2402 5322 121 42386 100nF 5% 63V
2851 5322 126 10511 1nF 5% 50V 3212∆ 4822 051 20471 470Ω 5% 0.1W 3520 4822 116 52304 82k 5% 0.5W
2403 4822 124 40255 100µF 20% 63V
2852 5322 126 10511 1nF 5% 50V 3213∆ 4822 051 20471 470Ω 5% 0.1W 3521 4822 051 20331 330Ω 5% 0.1W
2405 5322 122 32268 470pF 10% 50V
2853 5322 126 10511 1nF 5% 50V 3213 4822 051 20561 560Ω 5% 0.1W 3525∆ 4822 052 10339 33Ω 5% 0.33W
2407 5322 122 32268 470pF 10% 50V
2854 5322 126 10511 1nF 5% 50V 3214 4822 051 20562 5k6 5% 0.1W 3528 4822 116 52175 100Ω 5% 0.5W
2409 4822 121 42408 220nF 5% 63V
2855 5322 122 32286 3.3pF 5% 50V 3215 4822 051 20223 22k 5% 0.1W 3529 4822 116 52199 68Ω 5% 0.5W
2420 5322 126 10223 4.7nF 10% 63V
2856 5322 122 32286 3.3pF 5% 50V 3216 4822 117 10353 150Ω 1% 0.1W 3530 4822 116 52269 3k3 5% 0.5W
12 Spare parts list L9.1E 63

3532 4822 116 83961 6k8 5% 5202 4822 157 11813 3.3µH 5% 6702 4822 130 83757 BAS216 7330∆ 4822 209 16321 TDA6107Q/N1
3534∆ 4822 051 20153 15k 5% 0.1W 5202 4822 157 11868 2.7µH 5% 6831 4822 130 83757 BAS216
3536 4822 116 52251 18k 5% 0.5W 5202 4822 157 62767 8.2µH 6951 4822 130 83757 BAS216
3537 4822 116 83864 10k 5% 0.5W 5445∆ 4822 140 10664 LOT 28" 6961 4822 130 83757 BAS216
3542∆ 4822 053 21475 4M7 5% 0.5W (1342.0019C)
SIDE_AV panel [E]
3543 4822 116 83874 220k 5% 0.5W 5445∆ 4822 140 10665 LOT 25"
3544 4822 051 20273 27k 5% 0.1W (1342.0021D) ce 0250 4822 265 11606 Conn. 3p
3545 4822 116 52271 33k 5% 0.5W 5451 4822 157 11521 33µH 10% (25") 0251 4822 267 10735 Conn. 3p
3546 4822 117 10834 47k 1% 0.1W 5451 4822 157 11869 33µH 10% (28") 0252 4822 267 10565 Conn. 4p
7130 5322 130 42755 BC847C
3547 4822 051 10102 1k 2% 0.25W 5457 4822 157 11671 Lin. drum coil 0253 4822 267 10735 Conn. 3p
7131 5322 130 42755 BC847C
3570 4822 117 10833 10k 1% 0.1W 5461∆ 4822 142 40351 Line Drive Trafo 2171 4822 126 13512 330pF 10% 50V
7132 5322 130 42755 BC847C
3571 4822 050 21604 160k 1% 0.6W 5465 4822 140 10509 Bridge coil 2172 4822 126 13512 330pF 10% 50V
7133 5322 130 42755 BC847C
3573 4822 117 11951 2k 1% 0.1W 5470 4822 158 10728 Transf. 11µH 3150 4822 116 83864 10k 5% 0.5W
7134 4822 130 40959 BC547B
3574 4822 051 20333 33k 5% 0.1W 5480 4822 156 20915 33µH 3151 4822 116 52303 8k2 5% 0.5W
7250 4822 209 17221 TDA8844/N2/S1
3575 4822 116 52175 100Ω 5% 0.5W 5500∆ 4822 157 11523 5mH 3152 4822 116 83864 10k 5% 0.5W
7250 4822 209 17458 TDA8845PS/N1
3577 4822 116 83864 10k 5% 0.5W 5502 4822 157 10476 DMF-2820H 3153 4822 116 52303 8k2 5% 0.5W
7250 4822 209 17464 TDA8843/N2/S1
3578 4822 051 10102 1k 2% 0.25W 5516 4822 157 60171 Bead EMI 100Mhz 3155 4822 116 52201 75E 5% 0.5W
7251∆ 4822 209 80591 LM317T
3579 5322 117 12487 1k RC12G 1% 83R 6161 4822 130 34278 BZX79-B6V8
7254 4822 130 60511 BC847B
0.125W 5518 4822 526 10704 100mH 7256 4822 130 60511 BC847B
3585 4822 116 52175 100Ω 5% 0.5W 5521 4822 157 62552 2.2µH 7258 4822 130 60511 BC847B
3592 4822 117 10833 10k 1% 0.1W 5540 4822 157 11835 4.7µH 5% 7263 5322 130 60508 BC857B
3594 4822 051 20223 22k 5% 0.1W 5545∆ 4822 146 11152 Transformer 7266 4822 130 60511 BC847B
3595 4822 116 52297 68k 5% 0.5W 5550 4822 157 60171 Bead EMI 100Mhz 7401 4822 209 13176 TDA9302H
3596 4822 116 83864 10k 5% 0.5W 83R 7460 4822 130 63569 BU1508DX
3597∆ 4822 051 20101 100Ω 5% 0.1W 5551 4822 157 71401 27µH 7461 4822 130 42159 BF819
3598 4822 117 10833 10k 1% 0.1W 5552 4822 526 10704 100mH 7470 4822 130 11336 STP16NE06FP
3599 4822 051 20223 22k 5% 0.1W 5572 4822 157 60171 Bead EMI 100Mhz 7480 4822 209 90008 L78M05CP
3607 4822 116 90884 8k2 x10 83R 7481 4822 130 44568 BC557B
3608 4822 116 90885 8k2 X6 5573 4822 157 60171 Bead EMI 100Mhz 7482 5322 130 60508 BC857B
3609 4822 117 13649 2k2 5% 7X 83R 7518 4822 130 63698 STH8NA60FI
3611 4822 051 10102 1k 2% 0.25W 5575 4822 157 60171 Bead EMI 100Mhz 7520 4822 209 15684 MC44603AP
3612 4822 117 10833 10k 1% 0.1W 83R 7542 5322 130 60508 BC857B
3617 4822 051 20822 8k2 5% 0.1W 5577 4822 526 10704 100mH 7570 4822 209 81397 TL431CLPST
3618 4822 116 52175 100Ω 5% 0.5W 5600 4822 157 62767 8.2µH 7581∆ 4822 209 71634 TCDT1101G
3619∆ 4822 051 20472 4k7 5% 0.1W 5601 4822 157 62767 8.2µH 7590 4822 130 60511 BC847B
3629∆ 4822 051 20471 470Ω 5% 0.1W 5620 4822 157 11139 6.8µH 5% 7591 4822 130 60511 BC847B
3630 4822 116 83883 470Ω 5% 0.5W 5821 4822 157 50964 100µH 7592 4822 130 60511 BC847B
3631 4822 051 20273 27k 5% 0.1W 5831 4822 157 50943 12µH 7600 4822 209 17467 SAA5564PS/M2A/
3632 4822 053 12479 47Ω 5% 3W 5832 4822 157 50943 12µH 0015
3633 4822 116 52231 820Ω 5% 0.5W 5833 4822 157 11743 12µH 5% 7600 4822 209 17468 SAA5564PS/M2A/
3634 4822 117 11449 2k2 1% 0.1W 0016
3635 4822 051 20223 22k 5% 0.1W 7601∆ 4822 209 15546 ST24W08B6
3635 4822 051 20681 680Ω 5% 0.1W d 7603∆ 4822 130 41344 BC337-40
3636 4822 051 20223 22k 5% 0.1W 7604 4822 130 60511 BC847B
3636 4822 051 20681 680Ω 5% 0.1W 6003 4822 130 83757 BAS216 7605 4822 130 60511 BC847B
3651 4822 116 52175 100Ω 5% 0.5W 6004 4822 130 83757 BAS216 7608 4822 130 60511 BC847B
3652 4822 116 52175 100Ω 5% 0.5W 6008 4822 130 34142 BZX79-B33 7609 4822 130 60511 BC847B
3653 4822 116 83864 10k 5% 0.5W 6110 4822 130 10852 BZX284-C6V8 7680 4822 218 12055 TSOP2836UH1
3654∆ 4822 051 20101 100Ω 5% 0.1W 6113 4822 130 10852 BZX284-C6V8 7701 4822 130 60511 BC847B
3655∆ 4822 051 20101 100Ω 5% 0.1W 6122 4822 130 10852 BZX284-C6V8 7702 4822 130 60511 BC847B
3657 4822 116 83876 270Ω 5% 0.5W 6124 4822 130 10852 BZX284-C6V8 7833 4822 209 17461 MSP3415D-PP-A2
3661 4822 116 52175 100Ω 5% 0.5W 6125 4822 130 10852 BZX284-C6V8 7950 4822 209 13646 TDA7057AQ/N2
3662∆ 4822 051 20472 4k7 5% 0.1W 6211 4822 130 30621 1N4148
3663 4822 051 20822 8k2 5% 0.1W 6212 4822 130 30621 1N4148
3664 4822 051 20822 8k2 5% 0.1W 6213 4822 130 30621 1N4148
3665∆ 4822 051 20472 4k7 5% 0.1W 6401 4822 130 42488 BYD33D
CRT panel [B]
3666 4822 051 20562 5k6 5% 0.1W 6402∆ 4822 130 31024 BZX79-B18
3667 4822 051 20273 27k 5% 0.1W 6449 4822 130 30621 1N4148 Various
3672∆ 4822 051 20472 4k7 5% 0.1W 6450 4822 130 30621 1N4148
3673 4822 117 10833 10k 1% 0.1W 6460 4822 130 41275 BY228
0141 4822 492 70788 IC fixation
3674 4822 051 20182 1k8 5% 0.1W 6461 4822 130 41602 BYW95C
0254∆ 4822 267 20466 Conn 9P fem.
3675 4822 117 11504 270Ω 1% 0.1W 6463 4822 130 30621 1N4148
1013 4822 212 11985 CRT panel
3676 4822 117 11504 270Ω 1% 0.1W 6465 4822 130 42606 BYD33J
3677 4822 117 11504 270Ω 1% 0.1W 6466 4822 130 42606 BYD33J
3680 4822 051 20681 680Ω 5% 0.1W
3681∆ 4822 051 20332 3k3 5% 0.1W
6470
6471
4822 130 30862
4822 130 30621
BZX79-B9V1
1N4148
g
3682 4822 051 20822 8k2 5% 0.1W 6472 4822 130 30621 1N4148
3683∆ 4822 051 20101 100Ω 5% 0.1W 2330 4822 121 51473 470nF 20% 63V
6473 4822 130 34145 BZX79-B39
3684∆ 4822 051 20332 3k3 5% 0.1W 2340 4822 124 11565 10µF 20% 250V
6480 4822 130 34379 BZX79-B27
3702 4822 117 11449 2k2 1% 0.1W 2341 4822 126 13599 3.3nF 10% 500V
6481 4822 130 30621 1N4148
3703 4822 117 11449 2k2 1% 0.1W 2343∆ 4822 126 12278 3300pF 10% 2KV
6485 4822 130 42606 BYD33J
3705 4822 051 20223 22k 5% 0.1W 2345 4822 122 31175 1nF 10% 500V
6486 4822 130 10256 EGP20DL-5300
3708 4822 116 52283 4k7 5% 0.5W 6487 4822 130 42488 BYD33D
3841 4822 116 52175 100Ω 5% 0.5W 6488 4822 130 10871 SBYV27-200
3842 4822 116 52175 100Ω 5% 0.5W 6490 4822 130 10871 SBYV27-200
f
3843 4822 117 10834 47k 1% 0.1W 6505 4822 130 83794 GBU4K
3844∆ 4822 051 20471 470Ω 5% 0.1W 6507 4822 130 42606 BYD33J 3331 4822 116 52175 100Ω 5% 0.5W
3845∆ 4822 051 20471 470Ω 5% 0.1W 6508 4822 130 42606 BYD33J 3332 4822 117 11635 1k 10% 0.5W
3850 4822 051 10102 1k 2% 0.25W 6510 4822 130 34499 BZX79-B20 3333 4822 116 52175 100Ω 5% 0.5W
3850 4822 117 11449 2k2 1% 0.1W 6511 4822 130 41487 BYV95C 3334 4822 117 11635 1k 10% 0.5W
3950 4822 116 52228 680Ω 5% 0.5W 6512 4822 130 31083 BYW55 3335 4822 116 52175 100Ω 5% 0.5W
3951∆ 4822 051 20332 3k3 5% 0.1W 6513 4822 130 31083 BYW55 3336 4822 117 11635 1k 10% 0.5W
3952 4822 116 52175 100Ω 5% 0.5W 6514∆ 4822 130 31024 BZX79-B18 3340∆ 4822 052 10109 10Ω 5% 0.33W
3953 4822 117 11507 6k8 1% 0.1W 6540 4822 130 30842 BAV21 3341∆ 4822 052 10108 1Ω 5% 0.33W
3954 4822 117 11139 1k5 1% 0.1W 6542 4822 130 30842 BAV21 3342∆ 4822 052 10108 1Ω 5% 0.33W
3955 4822 116 52283 4k7 5% 0.5W 6543 4822 130 83757 BAS216 3343 4822 117 11896 1k5 20% 0.5W
3956 4822 117 11139 1k5 1% 0.1W 6550 4822 130 10218 BY229X-800 3344 4822 116 52186 22Ω 5% 0.5W
3957 4822 116 52283 4k7 5% 0.5W 6560 4822 130 10256 EGP20DL-5300 3345 4822 117 13016 VDR 50-115V
4xxx 4822 051 10008 jumper (1206) 6570 4822 130 10256 EGP20DL-5300 3346 4822 116 52186 22Ω 5% 0.5W
4xxx 4822 051 20008 jumper (0805) 6582 4822 130 10256 EGP20DL-5300
6584 4822 130 30621 1N4148
6585 4822 130 30621 1N4148 b
b 6590 4822 130 10256 EGP20DL-5300
6591 4822 130 83757 BAS216 5342 4822 157 50961 22µH
5000 4822 157 51216 5.6µH 6601 4822 130 31981 BZX79-B3V9
5003 4822 157 11866 1.8µH 10% 6602 4822 130 31983 BAT85
5004 4822 157 62411 0.82µH 20% 6603 4822 130 31983 BAT85 d
5004 4822 158 10471 0.22µH 20% 6604 4822 130 31983 BAT85
5006 4822 157 11534 Demod. coil 78mH 6605 4822 130 31983 BAT85 6331 4822 130 30842 BAV21
(var) 6606 4822 130 34174 BZX79-B4V7 6333 4822 130 30842 BAV21
5101 4822 157 11867 5.6µH 5% 6607 4822 130 34278 BZX79-B6V8 6335 4822 130 30842 BAV21
5110 4822 152 20677 10µH 6690 4822 130 82223 LTL307E
5201 4822 157 50961 22µH 6701 4822 130 10414 BA792
5202 4822 157 11139 6.8µH 5% 6702 4822 130 10414 BA792 ce
and overviews
6 Fault finding trees, diagrams and overviews L9.1E 17

6 Fault finding trees, diagrams

START Remark :
In normal operation the
Connect a pattern generator to the arial input.
Red LED lights in half
Set Patt.gen. to 475,25 MHz, colourbar, stereosound,
intensity and in
PAL B/G (for France SECAM l).
standby-mode the LED
Put the Mainsswitch : on.
lights in full intensity
In normal conditions the set will start with the Red LED
blinking for one second in full intensity, one time then
after a few seconds more in half intensity while the
picture and sound will appear.

1 1 1 1
Does the red LED Does the red LED Check/Replace
Is the Power supply Any secondary
blink for one second in No light in full intensity No No No (A1); <P1> No (A1); SW0231,F1500,D6505
hicking ? voltage present ?
full intensity, one time continuously present? Note: If F1500 is defective, then also check R3503
? ?
Yes
Yes Yes
Yes
1 7 1 3 1 1 1 1
Check
1 1 1 D (A1); <P2> (A1);<P3>
(A7); <C1>,<C4(reset)> Check/Replace
3V3, startpuls No Voltage No
Do picture and sound No A Yes
The load of the power supply
is too high. Check/Replace present? present?
(A1); D6540,C2540,D6510,
R3510,R3529
appear properly
? Isolate each branch of the load TS7603,TS7604
one by one, until the hicking IC7600 Yes
disappear. X1660
Yes 1 1 1 A
Continue with the fault finding (A8);LED6690 Yes
for the branch, which causes Check/Replace
Ensure communication
the overload. (A1); IC7520
with the RC, 1 1 1 1
The branches are: R3525
Check/Replace
(A1); AudioSupply
(A8);IC7680 Check/Replace (A1); voltage on
+VBATT No
Put the set into the (A1); TS7518,L5552 TR5545 pin9
MainSupply
Service Default Mode present ?
Vaux
either via the DST or by
pressing the buttons on
Yes
the RC in the following
order :062596<MENU>, 1 1 1 A
or via the service pins
Check/Replace
An error code is (A1); L5540,D6540,C2540
indicated by the blinking Vaux,F1572,L5573,D6560
LED via the SDM. IC7581
n-times blinking means Note 1:
error n.
See also chapter 5.5 for IRIS SYMPTOM CODE
detailled information

1 1 1 A

1 1 1 A
Set is OK
Check / correct Options
Is there an error
list via CSM see No
indication ? Condition Main symptom Extended symptom
chapter 5.5 of this
manual for details code code code

Yes

B Note 2:
(A1) means Drawing A1
<P1> means Test point P1

CL 86532104_034.eps
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A
Ensure communication
with the RC,
Check/Replace No picture
(A8);IC7680 (Colour missing) Picture OK
Put the set into the No Menu NO Picture Deflection not OK
Menu OK
Service Default Mode Black screen NO Sound Pictures are not
NO Sound
either via the DST or by Sound OK Menu OK symetrical and unstable
(l,r,l+r)
pressing the buttons on
the RC in the following 1 3 1 0
order :062596<MENU>, Check / Replace 1 2 1 0
or via the service pins (B); (A2);L5480,Conn.0220 NICAM/2CS/ BTSC Check / Replace C
Heater / Filaments No (B);Conn.0244,R3341, Multimono (TDA9851) (A5);Antenna,
No
OK R3342,CRT-Socket, (MSP3415D) VT_Supply,D6008,
An error code is ? L5342,CRT (A6);X1205..X1208
indicated by the blinking
LED via the SDM. 1 5 1 0
n-times blinking means Yes Check / Replace
error n. (A5);<I2>,SIF (A5);<I4>
1 3 1 0 No (A5); IC7250-A, No 1 1 1 A
See also chapter 5.5 for Ok OK
TS7266
detailled information Adjust VG2 ? ? Sound and Picture Check / Replace
Check / Replace No
(B);VG2 from external source IC7250
No (A2); TR5445, Yes Yes OK ?
OK
(B);R3343,C2343 1 5 1 0
?
CRT Yes
(A10);
Is there an error Check / Replace (A9);<A2>,<A3>
<A10>..<A13> No 1 2 1 0
indication (A10); IC7833 <A6>,<A7> OK
Yes OK
? ? Check / Replace
1 3 1 0 ?
No
Tuner1000
Yes
Check/Replace Yes Yes
If the mainsupply or (A3);<F3>,<F4> No (A3);IC7401,
EHT is missing, then OK D6401.C2403,D6402
? 1 5 1 0 1 5 1 0
the error message may (A12);
not be reliable. So in Check / Replace Check / Replace
<A16>..<A18>
this state check/replace No (A11);TS7904..TS7910 (A9);IC7821
Yes OK
the (A12);IC7050..IC7053 IC7822
1 3 1 0 ?
components of the
mainsupply and EHT in Yes
the first place see
(A6);<V1..V4> Check/Replace 1 5 1 0
schematics ; No
<V6,V7,V8> (A6);IC7250-B/C Check / Replace
(A1), (A2) and
OK (A13);Conn.0234,
(A4);IC7250-D <S2>
Conn.0215
Speakers
Yes
1 3 1 0
B
Check/Replace
(B);<V11..V16>
No (B);Conn0245,IC7330,
OK
CRT Socket

Yes

1 3 1 0

Check/Replace
(B);CRT
CL 86532104_035.eps
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Horizontal section
Picture unstable Vertical section
horizontally. Vertical picture is
Picture width too too small or unstable
small.
No sync.
E/W not ok

1 3 5 0
1 3 5 0 (A4);<S3>,<S4> No Check / Replace
OK (A4); IC7250
(A4) ; <S2>, Check / Replace ?
<S5> No
(A4);IC7250
OK
? Yes
1 7 1 8
Yes Check / Replace
(A3);<F3>,<F4>, (A3); IC7401 ,
1 3 5 0 <F5> OK No R3401..R3403,
(A2);<L1>, Check / Replace ? R3409
<L2>,<L3>, No (A2);TS7461,TS7460, D6401,C2403
<L4> TS7470,
OK ? Yes

Yes
1 7 1 8
Check / Replace
1 3 3 A (A3);Vertical defl. coil
Check / Replace C0222
(A2);L5457,C2458,
C2457,L5463,
L5465,L5470
L5471 CL 86532104_036.eps
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ERR 1, ERR 4
ERR 8 No ERR 2 No ERR 7 No ERR 5 No No No ERR 10
or 6 3, 12 and/or
11
Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
1 7 1 8 1 1 1 D 1 7 1 8 1 1 1 A Yes
1 7 1 X
+5 V Protection
uP Internal RAM High beamcurrent , General I 2C error. BIMOS error. ERROR 1 ERROR 3 Check EEPROM error
error E/W and Horizontal
(A2); +VLotAux+5V
Protection. Check SCL and SDA The error is detected,
1 7 1 8 - When I 2C
Check / replace line of all units for because there is no
- When the High signals or the
(A7); IC7600 shortcircuit to ground or communications on I 2C 1 1 1 D
beamcurrent protection X-Ray/Over-voltage +5D are missing
to each other. of the BIMOS ERROR 4 ERROR 11
is started, fly-back lines Protection. Vertical / Frame on IC7601 the set
Message : Protection. can function, but
will be visible for 15 sec. (USA version only)
The Error code can ERR 4 6 0 0 0
before the set is really in will not be able to
only be read by
protection. - When the X-Ray - Before the proctection 1 7 1 X 1 2 1 0 store any data.
putting the TV set into CheckReplace
- When E/W or protection is started, the is really actived, a Message :
the SDM mode. The (A4,A5) ; the
Horizontal protection is set will hicc-up until the horizontal line will be Fault in audio section I2C Tuner error ERR 10 0 0 0 0
LED will blink 7 times. +8VBIMOS and the I 2C
started, the set will hicc- voltage at pin 50 of visible for 3 sec.
lines pin7,8 of IC7250 - During Vertical / Check/Replace
up for 4sec. before the IC7250 becomes >3.9 In this situation the set - It is possible
Check / replace
protection is really Volts. At the voltage of Frame protection the turns on without sound. that during +5V (A7); +5VD
(A5); Tuner1000 pin4,5
activated. 3.9 V the set is put in EHT will not be able to Message : protection Error 4 IC7601 pin 5,6
(A6); IC7250-C pin7,8
- During E/W or protection mode. turn on and so the ERR 4 0 0 0 0 will be reported
(A7); IC7600 pin49,50
Horizontal protection - During x-ray protection VlotAux5V to the Tuner too
(A7); IC7601 pin5,6
the EHT will not be able the EHT will not be able and Sound IC is not Check/Replace Message :
(A9); IC7821 pin1,24
to turn on and so the to turn on and so the available. As such (A10); +VlotAux+5V, ERR 11 0 0 0 0
(A10); IC7833 pin9,10
VlotAux5V to the Tuner VlotAux5V to the Tuner ERROR 4 and ERROR IC7833 pin9,10.
and Sound IC is not and Sound IC is not 11 will be reported too. CheckReplace
Replace the item, which
available. As such available. As such Message : (A5); Tuner1000
causes the error.
ERROR 4 and ERROR ERROR 4 and ERROR ERR 11 4 3 0 0
11 will be reported too. 11 will be reported too.
Message : Check / replace
ERR 11 4 2 0 0 (A3);IC7401,
C2403,D6401
Check/Replace Conn0222 ERROR 9
(CRT); R3340,
+200V supply
or New micro controller or
E/W,Horizontal Prot. EEProm.Default values
(A2);Conn.0221 were loaded. Re-align
ERROR 12
the set. If the problem
persists, then IC7601
is defective

Black current calibration loop instable (protection)


CL 86532104_037.eps
190299
6 Fault finding trees, diagrams and overviews L9.1E 21

A1 POWER SUPPLY A2 HORIZONTAL DEFLECTION B CRT


for 140V VBATT
5545 5445
15 5550
6550 5577 +VBATT 5551 MAIN SUPPLY MAIN SUPPLY 3453 5451 3 EHT EHT
ANODE CRT
16 5576 FOCUS FOCUS
2551 2450 FOCUS
VG2 VG2
for 130V VBATT ON A1 to ON A2 to VG2
3543 3462
discharge 3485 0220 0244 3340
3546 3482 6485 VIDEO SUPPLY +200V
circuit 5 2 2
6542 +200VA
POWER 3571 2340
TRAFO for 2x3 WATT / 5 WATT AUDIO 2485 3341
6570 A12 AUDIO AMPLIFIER
1573 5480
11 5575 5572 AUDIO SUPPLY 7 filement 4 4
to CRT
AUDIO SUPPLY
6590 VAUX filement
2.5A 2571 To 3950
3342
for 2x2 WATT AUDIO
1573 6590 6582 A2 HORIZONTAL DEFLECTION
11 5575 5572
A5 TUNER
2.5A 2571 VAUX
To anode 6449 6487 3488 VLOT AUX +50V 3442
11 VT_SUPPLY
SPMS LOT to (9-1000)
for 2x1 WATT AUDIO 6008 TUNER
VT_SUPPLY
-/C33
1571 5572 6580 6582 A7 CONTROL
10 2487
T1A VAUX 3639
2577 7603
3V3 A3 VERTICAL DEFLECTION
for 1x1 WATT AUDIO 4654 3632 3633 VLOT AUX +50V
3491 to 9401
1571 5572 6580 9509
10
6601 A8 FRONT CONTROL 6
6490 VLOT AUX -11V VLOT AUX -11V
T1A 2577 -/C3V9 to 4-7401
VAUX-1 3657 +5D 2489
+5D
3492
6606
-/C4V7
6560 1571 3486
14 5573 VAUX
6486 VLOT AUX -11V
T1A 2561 9 VLOT AUX +11V
ON A1 to
A5 TUNER + VIDEO IF A4 SYNCHRONISATION to 2-7401
2486
3585 7251 ON A2 to
VAUX 3 2 +8V AUDIO +8V BIMOS 3487
+8V BIMOS E/W Circuit
5202 and 7481,7482
A1 POWER SUPPLY
1
STAND-BY to DEGAUSSING
STB 7254 A6 VIDEO PROCESSING
CIRCUIT 7256

+8V BIMOS
5821 +8VA

2843 A10 NICAM + 2CS DECODER

+8VA

A11 SMART SOUND A5 TUNER + VIDEO IF


3490 7480
6488 VLOT AUX +5V 5000
8 1 3 +5V
to 6-1000
+8VA (TUNER)
2

IIC BUS INTERCONNECTION DIAGRAM A10 NICAM + 2CS DECODER


5831
A7 CONTROL A5 TUNER + A6 VIDEO A9 BTSC A10 NICAM+ +5VA
5832
3651
VIDEO/IF PROC. DECODER 2CS DEC. +5VB
50 SDA
3652
7600 49 SCL
SAA5565
3655 3654 3001 3000 3248 3247 3828 3827 3842 3841

µC 5 6 5 4 7 8 24 1 10 9
7601 1000 7250 7821 7833
ST24W0481 TD8844 TDA9851 MSP3415D A15 REAR I/O SCART
VIDEO BTSC NICAM VLOT AUX +5V
to 5101
EEPROM TUNER PROC. DECODER DECODER
CL 86532104_002.eps
260299
6 Fault finding trees, diagrams and overviews L9.1E 22

5
REAR I/O SCART NICAM + 2CS DECODER SMART SOUND FRONT CONTROL
A5-1' AUDIO FM DEMODULATOR (ONLY FOR MONO SETS) 7600 7601 ST 24W M25
A15 A10 A11 (ONLY FOR BASIC SET) A8 A7 SAA 5565
EEPROM M24
SCART 1 CONTROL 4 SDM
21 (TDA8844) 7833 MONO uC 52
EXT1VIDEO AUDIO OUT A10 BUZZER 1
20
A6 A15 MPS 3415D A5 6690 A12
CVBS_TERR 19 7001
A5 7904 -: 7906 LTL-307 X VOLUME + 2 51
17
18
4,5 MHz 7250-A II DEMODULATOR 29 LEFT OUT A12 C2
16 EXT1FB 1001 A11
EXT1R A6 5,5 MHz TDA 8844
55 NICAM PROC. A EEPROM (PIN 7) 3 50 SDA
A6 15
6,0 MHz
BASS LED A7 C3 A5,A6,A10
14
SIF 58 2CS 28 RIGHT OUT LEFT
TREBLE 49
13
12
A5 FM MAIN AUDIO L A11 BASS 4 SCL
A5,A6,A10
EXT1G 11 AM A7 P2 P1
48
A6 10
SIF 1 FM 15 MONO 55 A12 A7 A5 DUAL/MONO 5 SYS1/AM
A6
9 AUDIO A11 A5 MONO
8 P4SCART 1002 52 37 OUT L 6 47
EXT1B 7 A7 DET A15,E FRONT/EXT 1/AUDIO L A15
A6 FRONT EXT1 B 53
AUDIO
6
A5 A15,E FRONT/EXT1 AUDIO R SWITCHING A15 7908 -: 7910 7 46 P1SYS2
5
2 49 A7
4
I3 I4 A15 EXT 2/AUDIO L/MONO 36 OUT R 7680
OUT L (MONO) 3 50 8 45 RC5
A5,A10 2 FRONT EXT1/ 6,5 MHz A15 EXT 2/ AUDIO R BASS PROC. B GP1U 280P A8
AUDIO OUT R 1 A5 9 10 A13 IR
A10 AUDIO R DUAL / MONO EXT AUDIO TREBLE RIGHT 9 44
A7 A15 A14 A15 MAIN AUDIO R RECIEVER +3V2 C4
A7
SCL SDA A11 TREBLE 10 RESET 43 RESET
SCART 2 C1 A7
A7 A7 P3
A5-2' AUDIO QSS MIXER (ONLY FOR NICAM L SETS)
42
21
20 EXT2VIDEO/Y
A
1 A15 SCART PIN8 11
CVBS_TERR A6 X - TAL
19 41
A5 18 7250-A III A7 A15 AV-MUTE/EXT2FUNC 12 12MHz
17 IR
16 (TDA8845) TDA 8845 13 40
A6
EXT2C 15 AUDIO AMPLIFIER HEADPHONE
13
14
A12 A13 KEY BD 1 14
39
+3V3
7609
A3
12
1204 LOCAL 38 VFLYBK
11 KEY BD 2 15
10 AV_MUTE EXT2 55 QSS 2 SIF 7950 TDA 7057 AQ (2X3W) OR
9 SOUND A10 KEYBOARD KEY BD 3 16 37 7608
8 FUN C_SW IF MIXER 7951 TDA 7053 A (2X1W) OR VD
7 A7 IF VSYNC A2
EXT2 AUDIO 56 SOUND 15 7952 TDA 7052 B (1X1W) OR 17 36 HD
STBY ON 7505
6 AMPL. HFLYBK
AUDIO 5 A10 A AM DEM. A16 HSYNC
4 L (MONO) 7953 TDA 7056/N2 (2X2W) 0234
OUT L (MONO) 0232 A2 +PROTN 18 P0 35 FB_TXT_OSD
A5,A10 3
2 L+ L+ L+ 4 VDS A6
AUDIO OUT R 1 A10 AGC STANDBY 19 34 R_TXT_OSD
A10 EXT2 AUDIO R A A17 A5 R A6
1 3
L Vaux
LED 20 33 G_TXT_OSD
L- L- L- 7603 A8 G A6
A19 SAM RGB BLANKING 21 32 B_TXT_OSD
A15 B A6
STAB 3V3 22
R+ R+ R+ 2 31 LLP\M TRAP
B M28 A5,A6
SIDE AV SAM 23 30 0267
E A6 A15 A15
A18
R 7604 M29
24
CVBS
29 SDA 1 FOR
R- R- R- 1 RESET
uPreset A7 28 SCL 2 COMPAIR
25
FORMER CVBS TXT
EXT2 EXT1 EXT1 A6 26 27 3
VIDEO/Y AUDIO R AUDIO L (MONO)

A7 A7
A5-1 TUNER / IF / VIDEO DETECTOR A6 VIDEO PROCESSING CRT

SCL
SDA
IF A B SIF
B +200VA
(TDA8844)
7258 A15 A15,E V9 V10
CVBSTXT 7250-C
A5-2 A7
V2
TDA 8844/45 7 8 7330

VIDEO OUT
(TDA8845) V5 V11 TDA 6107Q V14

VIDEO/Y
0243 0245
27

EXT2
EXT2C
RGB RGB
R R 21 1 9 R
5006 V3 MATRIX CONTROL V6 1
7250-B V12 V15 R
SIF G G 20 2 2 8 G
TDA8844/45 38 10 11 31
A10 V7 V13 V16
7250-A' EXT1
32 B CATHODE B 19 3 3 7 B G CRT
5000 VIDEO Y 28 RGB CALIBRA-
TDA 17 Y-DELAY B
VLOT CVBS INPUT TION 4
8844/45 3 4 A15
AUX+5V +8V BIMOS Y/C V4 5
13 5
5202 CVBS-TERR SWITCH PAL/NTSC R-Y BASE U 30 23 24 25 26 22 18 BC-INFO

EHT-INFO
A15 SECAM B-Y BAND V 29 6
1000 6 7 1003 3216 V8 3341
1200 V1 DECODER DELAY R G B
5002 1004
TUNER 5.5MHz
M 48 7266 35 34
11 VIDEO 6
49 7263

R-TXT OSD
G-TXT OSD
B-TXT OSD
FB-TXT OSD
DET 1201 CVBS_INT +200VA 3340 25kV

V FOCUS
6MHz
EHT INFO EHT INFO

EXT1R
EXT1G
EXT1B
EXT1FB
40,4 38,9 A2 3342
I1 I2 PROC.
RF-AGC 54 3206 2340

V G2

EHT
5 4 9 1
1205 1206 1207 1208 3.579 A15 A7 0244
I6 I5
7252 7253 4.43 3.58 3.575 1 2 3 4
7251 12
P7 0220
A2 HORIZONTAL DEFLECTION
A7 SDA LM 317T
A7 SCL 3 2 3210 1203 3211 5445
+8V AUDIO 4.5MHz
3453 5451 A B C
VAUX 1 5201 P2LLP MAIN 1
A7 L3
A2-SUPPLY 33V +8V BIMOS MAIN SUPPLY
6008 7254 P0SYS1 3
A7 SUPPLY
7252 STD BY STAND BY A7 A5 P1SYS2
CIRCUIT A7
P2PLL/MTRAP
3462

A1 POWER SUPPLY A4 SYNC


P1 AUDIO
5572 1573 6582 SUPPLY 5461 7460 FOCUS VG2
5545 10
7461 BU1508DX 0221
5 +8V BIMOS L1
5500 6505 2,5A 6590 BF819 3481
2508 2571 10
0231 5502 GBU4J 4 11 P6 3420 3424 LINE HOR- MAIN SUPPLY A
EHT INFO
1500 AC 5575 CIRCUIT IS VALID FOR A2 OUTPUT DEFL-
3 L2 EHT INFO
H-DRIVE

2X2W EXECUTION H-DRIVE CIRCUIT A2 A4


COIL 3446 A6
T 4 AL 2 12 (FOR OTHER EXECUTIONS SEE EWD_DYN
STH8NA60FI

P2 CIRCUIT DIAGRAM A1 AND THE 7250-D 7470 A2


D 3448 3449
DIVERSITY LIST) TDA8844/45 42 37 STP16NE06 6 HFLYBK
7518

DC G 13 3422 A4
SYNC 3473 D E/W 6490 L5 A7
170-250V SINGLE RANGE S P5 G EW-DRIVE G DRIVE 3491
40 S VLOTAUX-11V A3
P3 5573 6560 1572 3492 L6
3518 14 16kHz 3474 L4 6485 2489
7520 VAUX 5 VIDEO SUPPLY B
MC44603A 1 15 5550 S2
T1A EWD-DYN
2561 H+LYBK 41 45 A2 3485 2485 L8
P4 A2 E/W 6487 3488
3 3525 11
OSC BUFFER
16 5576 6550 5577 VLOTAUX+50V
S4
+VBATT 3442 L7
A3 VERTICAL DEFLECTION
7 17 S1 2487
2.5V G
47 F4 VT_SUPPLY A5
9 2551 5551 VERT. 6402 L9
8 3520 2540 6540 18 DRIVE 46 VFLYBK 6486
MAIN 50kHz VLOT AUX +11V A7 9 3486
CURRENT S3 VLOTAUX+11V A3
14 SENSE 2 3528 8 SUPPLY 6401 2403 3487
3585 2486 L10
50 7401 VLOT AUX+50V A2 6488
1 1 3571 F2 2 6 3 8 3490 1 3
3406 TDA9302H VLOTAUX+5V
4 F5 0 222 7480
5 EH T INFO 3423 VDRIVE- 7 2 2484
3
A2
+ 5 1 L78MO5
VDRIVE+ OP. AMP VERT. 12 FILE MENT C
3577 1
4 2
3572 - DEFL. A2
2 3408 2 COIL 6463 3465 EHT INFO
F1 7 PROT. STBY ON
3578 7581 4 3401 CIRC. A7
7570 VLOT AUX +PROTN
HOT TCDT1101G VBATT ADJ. 3407 7481 7482
TL431CLP (OPTIONAL) -11V 86532104_001.eps
GROUND 260299
6 Fault finding trees, diagrams and overviews L9.1E 23

S1 H FLYBK V3 C2 SDA uP P1 L5 V LOT AUX-11 A10 LEFT OUT A19 L- MAIN PANEL COMPONENT SIDE

27 26 SAM
1V / div DC 0.5V / div AC 1V / div DC 50V / div DC 2V / div DC 0.2V / div AC 0.2V / div AC
M29 M28
20µs / div 20µs / div 20µs / div 5ms / div 5ms / div 0.2ms/div 0.2ms/div 7600

S2 HDRIVE V4 C3 SCL uP P2 L9 V LOT AUX+11 A11 RIGHT OUT HOT GROUND


C1 42 BORDER
C3 49
C2 50
52 1

A4 1 24 A5
0.2V / div DC 0.5V / div AC 1V / div DC 2V / div DC 2V / div DC 0.2V / div AC M25
7821 SDM
20µs / div 20µs / div 10µs / div 10µs / div 5ms / div 0.5ms / div 1 8
A1 7 7601
S3 VDRIVE+ V5 V11 R P2 L1 0.3V DC A12 AUDIO OUT L/MONO
4 5
A2 12 13 A3
L3 138V DC M24 ( ) 9 8
3508
L6 190 V DC P5 P4
7520

L7 32.5V DC 6582
P6 16 1 P3
1V / div DC 0.5V / div AC 1V / div DC 2V / div DC L7 28V DC 0.5V / div AC 1 64
5ms / div 20µs / div 10µs / div 10µs / div 0.2ms / div
L8 46V DC A14 9
S4 VDRIVE- V6 V12 G P3 15V DC A13 AUDIO OUT R
A15 10
L8 30V DC 2508
P3 12V DC 7833
L10 5V DC P2
P4 138V DC 7950

S D G
1
2 P1
P4 138V DC A11 28 3509
7518
A10 29
1V / div DC 0.5V / div AC 1V / div DC 0.5V / div AC
P5 11.8V DC 32 33
5ms / div 20µs / div 10µs / div 0.5ms / div 8 A16
P5 9.8V DC A19
11 10
A17
I2 V7 V13 B F1 VDRIVE + A14 SCL 7833
A18 12
P6 16V DC 13

P6 13.8V DC

S D G
V3 29 28 V2 L4
P7 8V DC
V4 30 21 V5 7470

0.5V / div AC 0.5V / div AC 1V / div DC 0.5V / div DC 1V / div DC 19 V7

7250 TBA 8844


18 V8
20µs / div 20µs / div 10µs / div 5ms / div 10µs / div L1

B
S2 40 15 I4
L2

C
I5 SCL TUNER V8 V14 L1 HDRIVE F2 VDRIVE- A15 SDA 7833 S1 41
13 V1

B
E
8 V10 7461
L3

C
S3 46
7 V9

E
S4 47 7460
COMPAIR 6 I2
L6
56 1 I3
GND 3485
L10
OUT IN 7480
0267
1V / div DC 2V / div DC 50V / div DC 0.1V / div DC 0.5V / div DC 1V / div DC
1
10µs / div 20µs / div 10µs / div 20µs / div 5ms / div 20µs / div 11 6402
L9
I1 F4
3 3486
I6 SDA TUNER V9 SCL 7250 V15 L2 F3 A16 R+ 3491
LOT
F2
3406 L5

TUNER
F5

3442
F1

3403
3402
3401
1 7 1
1V / div DC 1V / div DC 50V / div DC 2V / div DC 10V / div DC 0.2V / div AC L8 6 2 7401
20µs / div 10µs / div 10µs / div 20µs / div 5ms / div 0.5ms / div
V1 CVBS-INT V10 SDA 7250 V16 L3 F4 V FLYBK A17 R-
CRT PANEL TRACK SIDE

0245 V14 V16


7330
9 9 1011
6 8
0.5V / div AC 1V / div DC 50V / div DC 100V / div DC 2V / div DC 0.2V / div AC V15 7 12
20µs / div 20µs / div 10µs / div 20µs / div 5ms / div 0.5ms / div 6
5
V13 4
V2 C1 P1 L4 F5 A18 L+ V12
V11 1
1 0244
1 4 CL 86532104_018A.EPS
260299
= 0V
0.5V / div AC 1V / div DC 50V / div DC 5V / div DC 0.5V / div DC 0.2V / div AC CL 86532104_020.EPS
20µs / div 0.5µs / div 5ms / div 5ms / div 5ms / div 0.2ms / div 190299
7 Electrical diagrams and print lay-outs L9.1E 24

7 Electrical diagrams and print lay-outs

F1 E11 3596 A8
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 0211 B1 3597 A9
0212 A3 3598 A9
0213 A4 3599 B9
0231 B1 4501 G1
VlotAux+11V 0241 E11 4999 F11
POWER SUPPLY 3503
1500 B2 5500 B3
*

1N4148
+t

BAS216
1571 C8 5502 B3

3
3598 Reset

3595
3594
1580

6591
6584

68K
22K
4
1572 E10 5516 D7
A B2P3-VH
A

2504
G5P A7-1

2n2
* 1 ZPB 10K 1573 C9 5518 C6
Vaux 1580 A7 5521 G5

1
2 0213 +VBATT 2500 B3 5540 E6

2
1 2501 B2 5545 C7
13.6V

3596

3547
220u
10K
For ITV

100R
2586
6585

3597
2502 B4 5550 D9

1K
100-120V SINGLE RANGE (USA) 0212
170-250V SINGLE RANGE (EURO) DEGAUSSING COIL 2
2504 A3 5551 D11

BAV21
3543
220K

3545
6542
100-250V FULL RANGE (A/P,LATAM) 0.2V

33K
2505 2505 A4 5552 C4
6500 1N4148 7591
*2501 *6501 * 3501
2n2 7590 0V BC847B
2507 C6 5572 C9
* 9506 309.7V BC847B 2508 B5 5573 E9

BAS216
33n BZX79-C30 470R
MAINS_IN_B
* 9500

6543
3505 2510 C6 5575 C8
* 2511 C6 5576 D9

2541
7592

RES
3509

33K
0.7V
* 3515

3u3
DSP 2V BC847B

330u
B 0211 11.4V (10.4)
B 2517 C3 5577 D10

2508
B2P3-VH *0231 9502 *

3592

2542
9507 2518 C5 6500 B3

10K

47u
2 2 1 1500 * *6505
GBU4J
t 6515 6517 3546
7542 2520 E1 6501 B3
2 5500 3 2 5502 3 B57237
* 2502 47K 13V
BC857B 2521 F5 6505 B4

3599

3544
2500

4 3 T4E 250V BYD33J BYD33J

22K

27K
470n

RES RES P1 (13V) 0V 2522 G5 6507 D4


1
2n2 (0V) 2524 C3 6508 D4
9 8 6 5 1 4 1 4
SDKE DMF-2405 DMF28 2529 D1 6510 C2
9505 A3-49
*9501 9508
*3506 2507 NOT FOR USA CRT_DISCHARGE
2530 H4
2531 F1
6511 C6
6512 D6
*9503
MAINS_IN_A
2532 F1 6513 D6
* 3510 * A6-49
3542

1n5

RES
5518

2510
4M7

1n5
33K
RES
5545
MRT
T1A *6580 * 9509 2533 G1
2534 G1
6514 C4
6515 B6
307V SB140
C *3507 P2
(313.7V)
STH8NA60FI 9
W8019
10 1571 5572
*1573 * 6570
* 6582 16.7V C 2540 F5
2541 B9
6517 B6
6540 E6
2R2

BYV95C
3525 100MHZ
5552 7518
* 5575 EGP20DL EGP20DL AudioSupply 2542 B11 6542 B9
3502

3511
2.5A

2518
470p
2511

470p
6511
8 11
2M2

6590

1K
2545 G7 6543 B10

2571

2577
MRT

2m2

1m
BZX79-C20

1.2V 100MHZ P6
3517
2517

33R 6514 (0.1V) 0V 12 2550 D10 6550 D10


1K
1n

EGP20DL
3530

6510

2524

330p

(0V)
3K3

2551 D11 6560 D9


BZX55-C18
* *

2572

100p
13

100MHZ
2561 E10 6570 C10

5516
5 14 AudioSupplyGnd P4 140V (IF 5550 MOUNTED) 2562 D8 6580 C10
* 130V (IF 5576 MOUNTED) 2564 D9 6582 C11

1N5062
6508 6507 5550 2550
*
100R
3528

6512
4 15 +VBATT 2565 D9 6584 A8
3529

68R

BYD33J BYD33J 100MHZ 2571 C10 6585 A8


16 470p
5576 5577 5551 2572 D8 6590 C10
D 3
17
* 6550 MainSupply
D 2573 F8 6591 A8

1N5062
100MHZ 27u 140V (IF 5550 MOUNTED) 2574 F8 7518 C4

0R22
330R
820K
3514

3518
3521
1.2V (1V) BY229X-800

2562

220p

2551
2

47u
6513
18 FOR CINCH ONLY 130V (IF 5576 MOUNTED) 2575 E8 7520 E2

3508
2529

100n

0V (0.1V)

33K
2565 2564 2576 F7 7542 B10
2577 C10 7570 G8
14.8V (12.6V)
1u 1u MRT 2586 A9 7581 E7
10K P3 5573 6560 T1A Vaux 3501 B3 7590 B8
100MHZ 3502 C1 7591 B8
3537 EGP20DL 1572 11.5V 3503 A6 7592 B9
7520 14.7V

2561

2m2
MC44603A 16 (12.1V) 1 P5 3505 B3 9500 B1
7581
3520 3585 3506 C4 9501 C1
Rref Vcc 15.2V TCDT1101G
E E 3507 C4 9502 B3
9510

18V (13V) F1
82K 0.2V Vref Iref 100R TO F1A 3508 D10 9503 C3
DEMAGNETICATION Vref SUPPLY & UVLO1 5 1 11V(0V)
2520 (0V) 8 Vdem in REFERENCE
MANAGEMENT
enable INITIALIZATION BLOCK 1 3509 B6 9505 C4

3576

2575

100n
BLOCK 3510 C2 9506 B5
82p Vdem out 6540 5540
3511 C6 9507 B3
Iref Vosc prot 4U7 For ITV 0241 3512 H5 9508 C3
Vc BAV21 4 2 10V (7.9V)
9 Sync 2 2.2V AudioSupply 1 3513 G5 9509 C11
2531 C Vosc +VBATT
2540

100u

2.6V (2.6V) T OSCILLATOR (2.9V) 3514 D5 9510 E5


2
1n 10 OUTPUT 3 3515 B5
R standby Set Q 2574 3516 H3
BUFFER 15.6V
* 3571 Vaux

100R
3536

3575
2.5V 15 F 3
Latch 3517 C4
18K (2.5V) Iref GND 4 160K
Reset 4 3518 D6
F 3532
0.7V
(1.7V) 12 RPstandby STANDBY
3572
VBATT
Vaux_1 5
F 3520 E1
3521 D5
Vovp out 3577 2573 3574 3573 RES
ADJ
6K8 (REDUCED FREQUENCY) THERMAL 3525 C3
2532 SHUTDOWN Vref Vcc 10K 33n 33K 2K0 3528 D2
3578

3579

3570
9.6V
2576
3529 D1

12K
6n8
1K

1K
470p OVERVOLTAGE (7.4V) 4999
2521

1
2.5V 3530 C1
3n3

MANAGEMENT

TL431CLP
2.5V (2.5V)14 VOLTAGE
ERROR
AMP CURRENT 3 2.5V (2.5V)
* 3532 F1
3534 G1
FEEDBACK SENSE For Testing

7570
3536 F1
3534

2533

2n2
15K

OVERVOLTAGE 3537 E3
4501 13 E/A OUT PROTECTION 6 3542 C1
2545
2.2V 2 P3 15V DC 3543 B9
G G
2522

(1.8V)
3n3

2.9V UVLO1 1n5 3544 B9


2534 Dmax & SOFT-START
(1.9V) FOLDBACK
CONTROL P3 12V DC 3545 B10
Vref HOT GROUND MainSupplyGnd 3546 B10
RES
Iref P4 138V DC 3547 A10
FOLDBACK INPUT CURRENT SENSE INPUT Soft Start & Dmax
5521

AudioSupplyGnd = 0V
2U2

3570 F9
180K
3513

5 7 11 3571 F9
P4 138V DC
1.2V (1V) P1 P1 P2 P2 3572 F10
3573 F9
2.4V (2.4V) P5 11.8V DC 3574 F8
3512

15K

0.2V 3575 F8
2530

-V NORMAL OPERATION
1u
3516

(0.1V) P5 9.8V DC
1K

3576 E8
H P6 16V DC FOR ITEM NR.MARKED WITH H 3577 F6
3578 F7
(-V) STANDBY OPERATION REFER TO DIVERSITY TABLE 3579 F9
50V / div DC 50V / div DC 2V / div DC 2V / div DC P6 13.8V DC 3585 E9
3592 B8
5ms / div 5ms / div 10µs / div 10µs / div CL 86532104_046.eps 3594 A8
P7 8V DC
010399 3595 A9

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DIVERSITY TABLE FOR POWER SUPPLY DIVERSITY TABLE FOR HORIZONTAL DEFLECTION

A A

B B

C C

D D

E E

F F

CL 86532104_048.eps
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0220 B2 6450 B10


1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 0221 B6 6460 D4
L1 HDRIVE
0255 A4 6461 D4
2448 A9 6463 E7
2450 A5 6464 F10
MainSupply 2451 A6 6465 C6
HORIZONTAL DEFLECTION 9453 9451
3482 3481
1.9V EHTinfo 2456 D1 6466 C6
2457 C6 6470 F3
RES A2-48

3444
2458 C6 6471 G5

RES
A6-48 2459 B6 6472 G5
0.1V / div DC
FOR ITEM NR. MARKED WITH 3453 5451 3446

3480
EWD_dyn 20µs / div

2482

2480

RES
68n
2461 E2 6473 G5

27K
MainSupply
A2-71 2462 D2 6480 F7
A 3451 RES A

2450

3445

2483
RES

RES
47u
REFER TO DIVERSITY TABLE 1 2463 D4 6481 F8 L2
0255 2451 Vaux 2464 E6 6485 B9
RES = RESERVED 2
3452
2465 D4 6486 D9

1N4148 1N4148
2448 2466 D4 6487 C9

6449
RES FOR ITV 2467 D5 6488 D9
220p 3449 Hflybk 2468 D5 6490 B9
2469 F8 7460 D3
3448 3K3 A4-29

3450

6450
0220 2470 F4 7461 E2

RES
HORIZONTAL A7-29 2V / div DC
EHTinfo DIPMATE 8K2 2471 F4 7462 F10
1 3491
1 DEFLECTION 5445 2491 2472 F4 7463 E10 20µs / div
A2-48 TO 0244 2473 G6 7470 G4
4
2 OF CRT COIL EHT 470p 2475 D6 7480 D10
VideoSupply 1R VlotAux-11V L3
PANEL TO PICTURE TUBE 3492 2480 A9 7481 F8
6490
B 3 0221 3 B

2489

470u
MainSupplyGnd VH 2481 F7 7482 F8
TO CRT L5 2482 A9 9451 A6
2492

4 BYV27-200 1R
RES

FOCUS PANEL 2483 A9 9453 A5

2459

680p
2484 D10 9460 D6
VG2
1 2485 C10 9461 D5

5457
L.LIN
6485 3485 2486 D10 9462 D6
10 VideoSupply 2487 C10 9463 E6 100V / div DC
Filament 2488 D10 9464 E6

3458
BYD33J 4R7 20µs / div

1K
6 2489 B10 9465 G6

4u7
A2-50

2485
L6 33V
VT_Supply
2490 C9
2491 B9 L4

3442

3K9
2458 2492 B2
C 5 L7 C 3442 C10

BYD33J BYD33J
6487 3488
3444 A9

6466
10u VlotAux+50V
11 3445 A9

3454
L3

2457
BYD33D

33K
4R7 3446 A10

2487

100u
2490 3486 L8 3447 F10
MainSupply

6465
7 3448 A9
470p 1R 3449 A9 5V / div DC
VlotAux+11V
BY228/20

6486 3487 3450 B10 5ms / div


2465

2486

470u
12
6460

140V 3451 A6
3462

6K8

7460 EGP20DL L9 3452 A6 L5 V LOT AUX-11


1R 3453 A5
BU1508DX
2463

L2 9460 8
7480
D 6488 3490
L78M05 D 3454 C6
3458 C6
2475
9461
2466

2467

2468

9 1 3
6461

1 4 VlotAux+5V 3461 D2
3461
2456

2462

47n

4K7
47n

3462 D2
3463

9462
CU15
5461

BYV27-200
47R

1R 2 3463 D3

2488

470u

2484

100n
L10 3464 E9
2 3 3465 E8 2V / div DC
3466 E9
3 5465 4 5ms / div

2 CU15 1
2461

1n

3467 F9

CI-15
5463
5480 Filament 3468 E2
L1 41.9V A2-50 3469 E10 L9 V LOT AUX+11
2 VlotAux+11V 3470 F3
Vaux

1N4148
E E

6463
Hdrive 3 7461 3471 F4
A4-51 VlotAux+11V
0.4V BF819 3472 G4
1 3465 22.8V 3473 G4
3468

3464

3469
3K3
1K

1K
9463 11.5V 3474 G4
10R 3475 G4
330R
3479

9464

3495
7463

6K8
2464

3466
11.4V

39K
16.3V 3476 G5
BC557B
3477 G6 2V / div DC

2469
5ms / div

1u
2V 3478 F7
6V 7462
3447

3496
HEW_Protn 3479 E3
5470

5471
CU15

0V

10K
7482 BC547B
A3-53 3480 A8 L1 0.3V DC
BZX79-C9V1

6.2V 10K
3470

VlotAux+11V BC857B
6470

3481 A8

3467

BZX79-F6V2
15K
3482 A7 L3 138V DC
F 3471 2471 A4-53 F 3483 F8

6464
3483
3484 G9
2481

470n

22K
L6 190 V DC
USA ONLY
2472

3485 B9
2u2

2470 6480 6481 7481 3486 C9


MainSupplyGnd VlotAuxGnd
3478
3487 D9
L7 32.5V DC
BC557B
470p 220K 3488 C9

3497
BZX79-C27 1N4148

10K
3484 3490 D9 L7 28V DC
3472 BEAMCUR_PROT
L4 6473 EW_PROT 3477 3491 B9
6471 9465 10K P9StbyOn+Protn
L8 46V DC
3492 B9
100R EHTinfo
A7-14 3495 E8
7470 L8 30V DC
2473

EWdrive 3473 3496 F8


47u

STP16NE06 6472 A2-48


G A4-52
EWD_dyn
1K G 3497 G9
5445 B7 L10 5V DC
3474

3475

3476

1N4148
RES

5451 A6
A2-71 5457 B6
ONLY FOR SETS WITH = 0V
5461 D2
E/W CORRECTION 5463 E7
5465 E6
5470 F4
5471 F5
CL 86532104_047.eps 5480 E8
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0222 E8
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 2401 C5
2402 E6
2403 C6
2404 C7
2405 D5
VERTICAL DEFLECTION 2406 E4
2407 D5
2409 E7
3401 F7
3402 F8
A A 3403 F8
3405 D3
3406 C4
3407 E3
3408 D4
3409 D7
3410 E8
3411 E8
3413 E4
3414 E3
3415 E4
4410 E3
B B 6401 C6
6402 B5
2 6 3 6403 D7
VS VSO VSF 6404 D7
F4 7401A
7401 C5
6402 STV9379FA
Vflybk 7 7401A B11
5 7402 E4
A7-28
1 9401 C7
6401 2403 THERMAL
9401
VlotAux+11V VlotAux+50V GND
PROTECTION
BYD33D

2404
2401

100n
4
C C

F2
7401
Vdrive- 3406 TDA9302H OR STV9379FA 2 6 3
A4-54 VSUP VSUPO FLYB
1K

6403
3405

2405 TDA9302H
470p
FLYBACK
GENERATOR
7 IN+ F3
DIVERSITY TABLE FOR ALL ITEM NO. MARKED WITH
D POWER
AMPLIFIER
OUT 5
D
1 IN- TUBES WITH TUBES WITH
THERMAL ITEM SADDLE COIL TOROID COIL
2407

470p

PROTECTION (BLD / BLS / HF) (25V / 27V / NON PH.)


GND

6404

3409

1R5
3408 4 2403 100u ---

220R
3410
Vdrive+
A4-55 1K 0222 2404 --- 220n
3413

RES

1
F1 VERTICAL 3405 2k2 1k8
3407

2
2409 DEFLECTION 3407 2k2 1k8
VlotAux-11V
E VH COIL
6402 BZX79-C18 BZX79-C33 E

220R
220n

3411
2402

100n

CRT_DISCHARGE 3414 7402


A1-49 RES 6403 --- BYD33D
RES
RESISTOR

6404 --- BYD33D


2406
RES

RES
3415

ONLY
4410

1K

FOR 7401 TDA9302H STV9379FA


USA
F5 9401 --- YES
HEW_Protn
A2-53

F F
3401

3402

3403
3R3

3R3

3R3
F1 VDRIVE + F2 VDRIVE- F3 F4 V FLYBK F5

G G

0.5V / div DC 0.5V / div DC 10V / div DC 2V / div DC 0.5V / div DC


= 0V
5ms / div 5ms / div 5ms / div 5ms / div 5ms / div
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IC 7250-4A 7250-4B 38
TDA 8845 3 4 5 TDA 8844/45

Y (TO SYNC PART)


2228 D4 2426 D1 2430 B3 2438 C4 3420 B1 3423 D4 3426 D1 3431 B4 3437 E3 AFC AFC
13
2420 B2 2428 C1 2431 B3 2440 E3 3421 E3 3424 B2 3428 C1 3432 C4 3438 D3 LUM.
DELAY 28
2421 C4 2429 C1 2437 E3 2441 E2 3422 E3 3425 B2 3429 C1 3436 C4 7250-D B2 PEAKING
48 VIDEO- 17
IF AMPLIFIER CORING
VIDEO BASE- 6 INPUT SELECT
+ AMPL. BAND
49 PLL VIDEO DEMO. 10
OUTPUT Y + CHROMA
29
PAL/NTSC/ BASE- PROCESSING
1 2 3 4 54 AGC
11 CHROMA
BANDPASS
SECAM
DEMODULATOR
BAND
DELAY
LINE
30

VIDEO IDENT
55 QSS MIXER 2
SOUND + 9 16 36 35 34 33
IF SOUND

SYNCHRONISATION 56 AMPL. AM DEM.


15
7250-4C
TDA 8844/45 7 8

AGC IIC BUS


CONTROL

A A 53 1
27 Y
CD MATRIX
RGB
MATRIX
+ + R R 21
31 U SATURATION BLACK G RGB G 20
CONTROL STRETCH OUTPUT RGB
+8VBIMOS 32 V + +
B B 19
OR SKIN RGB1
OUTPUT
TINT INPUT
IC 7250-4A
TDA 8844 3 4 5 CATH. 18
CALIB.

AFC AFC
EHTinfo 3420 3424
23 24 25 26 22
A6-48
470K 10M
B B
H.DEFL.

48 VIDEO-
7250-4D
3425

3431
2430

2431

100n
2420

IF AMPLIFIER

3K3
4n7

10u
VIDEO BASE- 6
+ AMPL. BAND TDA 8844/45 41 42 37
49 PLL VIDEO DEMO OUTPUT

54 AGC VCO
7250-D Y SYNC. + HORIZONTAL 40
SEPARATOR OUTPUT
3428 TDA8844 3.6V 7.9V S2 53
CONTROL

42 37 55 43
22K 3432
2428

4V 43 40 Hdrive
2n2

PH2LF

V_P2
2429

PH1LF HOUT
A2-51
1u

0.5V OUTPUT 46
100R
2421 SYNC
PLL- AMPL. VERT.

RES
1 LIMITER + 15 VERTICAL
AUDIO + VOLUME SYNC. OUTPUT
2438 FM DEMO. MUTE SEPARATOR 47
39 CONTROL
C S1 DECDIG
4.9V
1u
C 50
2
Hflybk 3429 41
FBISO
A2-29 27K 0.6V 3436 EWdrive
E/W 45
45 OUTPUT
EWD 3.4V
3.7V 51 A2-52
VSC
44 1K
3.9V I_REF GND2 CL 86532104_021.EPS
52 FOR NON 39 44 51 52 220299
VDRA VDRB EHTO
2228

4u7

E/W SET
3426
2426

100n

39K

46 47 50 AVL
1.7V 1.7V 1.8V
+8VBimos

S3 S4
D HEW_Protn D
3438

33K

A2-53
3423 EHTinfo

680K
A4-48
3437
2441

2437

220n
2440

10K
1n

1n

3421 Vdrive-
A3-54
E 2K2 E
3422 Vdrive+
A3-55
2K2

CL 86532104_050.eps
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S1 H FLYBK S2 HDRIVE S3 VDRIVE+ S4 VDRIVE-

= 0V
1V / div DC 0.2V / div DC 1V / div DC 1V / div DC
OSC_A4.EPS
20µs / div 20µs / div 5ms / div 5ms / div 080399
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F1A B1 5004 C3
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 0240 A9 5006 D6
1000 A2 5201 C11
1001 A7 5202 E9
1002 B7 5821 C11
+8VBimos 1003 E4 6003 C4
TUNER+VIDEO IF
NON-DBX
For ITV BG BG/DK I/DK NICAM L
1004 F4 6004 C4
*2005
M MONO M BTSC

VT_Supply 1 100P 100P 82P 330P 330P 1200 E9 6005 B6


0240

3017
1201 E9 6006 B6

4K7
2006 82P 82P 47P 82P 82P

BZX79-C33
2 F-pin 1203 F9 6007 D3
A 2018 10n 10n 10n 10n 10n A

2011

2016
6008

RES
10u
3010 3 1204 G5 6008 A3
1001 2202 3n9 3n9 3n9 4n7 180P 2001 B4 6701 F2
VlotAux+5V
* *SFSH 4 3010 560R 560R 2002 D4 6702 G2
9002 3021 680R 680R 680R 1K 1K 2003 B4 7000 B7
RES 1 3 5 2004 D5 7001 H4
1000 3200 560R 560R 560R 560R 560R
1 0.94V 6005 6 2005 B6 7250-A E6
1001 5.5 5.5 6.0 4.5 4.5 2006 B8 7251 C10

5000
5u6
2 1002 6.5 6.5 2008 C2 7252 F8
2 1N4148 7
F1A 9000 2245 2009 D2 7253 F9
To F1 12 6 4.9V 8 4u7
RES 2010 D3 7254 D10
2203 10u 10u 10u 10u 10u
1 2011 A3 7256 D9
13 TUNER 9 32.9V 9
B 2005 6006 3020 2006 2204 100P 100P 100P 100P 100P
B 2012 C5 7266 E7

2003

100u

2013

100n
7000
14 MT 10 10 4002 Jmp 2013 B4 7701 G2
4K7 BC847B
* *

2001
1N4148 2014 C3 7702 H3

47n
4008 Jmp

3018
15 11 0V 11

2K2
2015 H4 9000 B6
4011 Jmp 2016 A3 9002 A6
AS SCL SDA +5 ADC
1002 4202 Jmp 2018 F3 9003 D3

3021
SCL 3000 3
4.3V
4 5 7
4.3V 4.9V
8
I1
* SFSH * 4224 Jmp 2200 F5 9004 F3
A7-22 2201 F5 9005 C10
100R 3019 1 3
SDA 3001 7251 2202 F5
I5 3K3 LM317T 2203 F6
A7-21
100R Vaux 5201 2204 G6

4003
+8VBimos

RES
2012

100p
I6 6003 4005 3 2
P3Dual|Mono 3014 2 I O 2205 F6
RES 22u
C A7-4 4004
4K7
11.5V
A C 2206 D6

100u 2208
BAS216 6.7V 1 5821 +8VA 2207 D7
P2LLp|Mtrap 3023 2014

330R
3215

3203
9005

22K
6004