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used under license to TTE Corporation Printed in U. INH905 PO Box 1976 Indianapolis. and many other semiconductors are electrostatically sensitive and therefore require special handling techniques. Technical Training Department. .A. All product safety requirements must be complied with prior to returning the instrument to the consumer. all surface mounted devices. When using the circuit verification procedures. Indiana 46206 U. troubleshooting procedures. Prepared by Thomson. It will provide general information on circuit operation. Inc for TTE Technology. All integrated circuits.S.S. Inc. First Edition .A. Inc. Servicers who defeat safety features or fail to perform safety checks may be liable for any resulting damages and may expose themselves and others to possible injury.A.First Printing Copyright 2005 Thomson. Reference material referred to by this manual includes: • • • ESI service data Training Manual Parts Finder (for Part Numbers) SAFETY INFORMATION CAUTION Safety information is contained in the appropriate Service Data.FOREWORD This troubleshooting guide is designed to aid the service technician in troubleshooting the ITC008 chassis. and some common failures reported to Thomson’s Tech-Line. Trademark(s)® Registered Marca(s) Registrada(s) RCA and the RCA logos are trademarks of THOMSON S. care must be exercised to prevent further damage to the set. The troubleshooting procedures may include circuit verification procedures used to eliminate a circuit area from the troubleshooting steps.

....... 3 SAFETY INFORMATION CAUTION ........................................................................................................ 8 Over Voltage / Over Current Shutdown (Pincushion)....................................... 3 Troubleshooting Fundamentals ........................................................... 7 XRP EHT Shutdown ....................................................................................................Contents FOREWORD . 8 I2C Bus Communication Shutdown ........... 13 Vertical Deflection Troubleshooting ................................. 14 Horizontal Defleciton Troubleshooting ............................................... 5 ITC008 Shutdown................. 8 Shutdown Troubleshooting Flow Chart .......................................... 9 ITC008 Power Supply Troubleshooting ............................................................. 18 ITC008 Pincushion Shutdown Troubleshooting ........................... 16 Alternate Vertical Troubleshooting Information ................................ 12 IT008 Deflection Troubleshooting .......................................... 10 Dual Voltage Regulator IP030 ....................... 19 Page 4 ............................................................................. 8 +12Vr Shutdown ........................

He or she must understand how a transistor. Circuit areas are: • • • • Power Supply Deflection (Horizontal and Vertical) Pincushion Shutdown Shutdowns Troubleshooting Fundamentals One definition of troubleshooting is the diagnosis and repair of malfunctions in electronic equipment using “Logical Analysis” and “Systematic Checks”. In order to effectively troubleshoot electronic equipment there are several skills the technician must have.This troubleshooting guide covers several circuit areas. troubleshooting complex electronic circuitry is. resistor. This overview of system operation is necessary in order to understand how the individual circuits can affect the overall operation of the equipment. at best. Without the application of these two principles. could the suspected circuit cause the specific type of symptom seen? Page 5 . They must also understand AC and DC circuits. work. These areas are related to dead set or shutdown type symptoms only. It’s important to remember that troubleshooting is something of an art form and is as much a mental process as it is checking waveforms and voltages. It’s also known in some circles as “Shot-Gunning”. Even with the best test equipment. coil. capacitor. diode. The key phrases of this definition are Logical Analysis and Systematic Checks. without this basic understanding of electronics. This is necessary in order to be able to associate a malfunction or symptom with a circuit. etc. The technician must have: • A solid understanding of basic electronics. • A basic knowledge and understanding of how all the parts of the instrument function together and how they affect each other. a hit or miss proposition. the technician is only guessing as to the cause of a malfunction. In other words.

no one can teach a technician the best way to troubleshoot. the technician should follow a set sequence of steps each time he services a piece of equipment. That doesn’t mean one method is right and the other is wrong. ISOLATION. LOCALIZE 3. Generally. ISOLATE SECTIONALIZE. There are five (5) basic steps in troubleshooting or symptom analysis. SECTIONALIZE 2. This means that each and every technician will troubleshoot the same problem or malfunction differently. This usually requires checking major or key test points. This step requires detailed measurement and monitoring of signals and voltages within the suspected circuit area. In most cases troubleshooting can be divided to three basic levels or steps: 1. find and repair the stage and/or component that has failed. To quickly and efficiently diagnose a malfunction. determine which major functional group or section of the instrument contains the fault. most problems can be sectionalized by carefully analyzing the symptom. Sectionalize 4. First. LOCALIZE. determine which major circuit within a section can or cannot cause the exhibited symptom. Troubleshooting is a skill that’s very individualistic. A skilled technician will develop his or her own style with time and experience. there are some basic steps and guidelines that can help a technician get started.When discussing troubleshooting techniques or principles there are a couple of things that should be kept in mind. However. just that there are many different ways of solving a problem and that’s what troubleshooting is all about…. Localize 5.Problem Solving. Physical Inspection 2. Operational Check 3. Isolate Page 6 . 1.

In this same shutdown circuit. Knowing how to disable each will aid in troubleshooting what “trigger” is causing the shutdown. feedback from the IHVT (LL005) is used to kill drive signal while energy is still being transferred from LL005. some understanding of the shutdown will help logic out the “trigger”. Other times it is trial and error. More then one “trigger” my feed into a single shutdown circuit. All these principles and concepts can be applied to servicing virtually any type of product or equipment. There is no quick way and from past experience. Page 7 .Following these five simple steps and having a basic understanding of electronics along with how the equipment works will organize the technician’s troubleshooting into a logical pattern or sequence and increase their effectiveness as a troubleshooter. In this shutdown there are three signals that can kill horizontal drive and shutdown the set. These types of shutdowns seem to be the most difficult to troubleshoot. Each shutdown has it’s own “trigger”. Over voltage and over current shutdown for pincushion +12Vr shutdown I2C Bus Communication shutdown Determining which shutdown circuit to troubleshoot is the key. This section will provide troubleshooting tips on how each shutdown “trigger” can be isolated in a safe manner. For example. Also. In some cases there is no way to isolate the trigger therefore. Remember. in the ITC008 pincushion shutdown over current and over voltage are on the same line feeding the shutdown of horizontal drive. This “trigger” is what causes the shutdown to occur. The five steps of troubleshooting may seem obvious to some or complex to others but with time and experience they will become second nature ITC008 Shutdown Shutdown consists of: • • • • An XRP circuit that monitors the heater pulse from pin 12 of LL05. troubleshooting is a very unique skill and is learned by doing. these are only principles and can be interpreted in many different ways. one just needs to start the process of elimination and eliminate them one at a time.

Unsolder one end. +12Vr Shutdown This is not a typical shutdown circuit but more a lack of run voltage issue. Over Voltage / Over Current Shutdown (Pincushion) This is by far the easiest to disable. The Alert Guard CBA is the only one that is of Plug and Play nature. Both the Tuner and MAV CBA will cause shutdown if connected or not. MAV CBA.UU on the main CBA. Page 8 . Error codes are logged for communication shutdown but can only be read if the set is operational. and Alert Guard CBA are the only communication problems reported it is safe to use the process of elimination for this shutdown. Use caution with XRP EHT shutdown disabled and keep on-times to a minimum. The feed back information that causes shutdown comes through connector BF001. This disables both the EHT and excessive current shutdown for high voltage. Knowing that the Tuner. The +12Vr is used as the run voltage for Horizontal driver amp TL033. By unplugging this connector the shutdown is disabled. This voltage should be supplied to the Cathode of DL012 and referenced to cold ground while the set is pulsing or trying to start. I2C Bus Communication Shutdown With this shutdown it is a trial and error situation. Therefore. Supplying the +12Vr from an external DC source verifies the +12Vr as the problem. If this voltage is missing TL033 will start but never run. trying the Tuner and the MAV are by trial and error.XRP EHT Shutdown Use extreme caution when doing this procedure!! Start by disconnecting the CRT anode lead and CRT socket. Then locate JL905 at grid location 8.

Page 9 .Shutdown Troubleshooting Flow Chart Apply AC power and press the power switch. only the most common or unique ones. Does the set start? NO Troubleshoot System Control Communication I2C Bus Tuner and MAV? YES YES Suspect the Pincushion Module Suspect the Alert Guard Module The above flow chart is used to troubleshoot a dead set or shutdown condition. Try to turn on the set. Dead or Pulsing? Dead Troubleshoot Power Supply Pulsing Does the set Pulse 3 times and quit or Cycle every 5 sec. continuously Pulse at 5 Sec Intervals Does the set have Alert Guard? NO YES Cycles 3 Times Disconnect the Pincushion Connector BF001 Disconnect the Alert Guard Module. Does the set start? NO Troubleshoot Horizontal Deflection Try to turn on the set. Try to turn on the set. This chart and the troubleshooting sections found in this guide cover those scenarios found during calls to Tech-line. They do not cover all possible scenarios.

2V RP155 1 2 IP050 1 3 RP052 PG1 DP057 9.27 Ω RP028 TP022 CP040 4 RP041 3 CP022 Burst Mode IV001 pin 63 NOTE: DP027 will short whenever feedback is lost or an excessive load on the secondary of LP003 is present.1V DP097 RP056 Pwr Good TP193.038 CP039 TP020 G D S RP021 DP033 15V LP003 9 18 16 DP080 +126V CP080 FZP60 3. If there is no waveform unsolder the drain of TP020 and check for 7. this would indicate there has been a severe over current condition between the drain and source of TP020. If FZP61 is open.025 DP027 27V RP030 RP132 3 13 12 FZP61 3.1V for excessive load and check the feedback circuit (IP001.5V FZP93 500mA DP093 CP206 +6. If a waveform is present on the Gate of TP020.15A RP066 DP063 CP094 CP064 TP025 DP023 RP125 1 2 11 10 +13. Check RAW B+. TP022.192 TP052 RP054 RP158 Beam Current Sense RP057 RP151 2 RP023 RP027 DP040 27V RP029 RP033 RP031 TP023 RP026 RP040 DP030 8. A waveform. indicates the oscillator is running. If open.1V IP001 RP020 0. check FZP61. 7. like the one on page 11. Check for DC voltage and waveform on the gate of TP020. Check and replace all defective active components on the primary side of LP003.5V +19. if not OK check the full wave bridge rectifier DP002/003/004/005 and it’s associated components.038 DP037 CP037.026 CP024.ITC008 Power Supply Troubleshooting (Dead Set.8Vdc on the gate. This will shut down the power supply. If RAW B+ OK. and IP050) for proper operation. IF DP027 is shorted. the primary switching of the supply is working.15A DP061 DP202 +21. Page 10 . Check for excessive loads off secondary of LL03 before reapplying AC power. Power supply voltages missing or incorrect) FP001 DP004 DP005 RP006 RAW B+ DP002 DP003 RP007 5 Slow Start RP037.3Vs CP008 15 14 CP062 DP025. 1. 3. 2. check the current sensing resistor RP020.8Vdc on the gate of TP020 indicates start-up circuit is working go to step 5. check the +13.

TP023 and their associated components.0V. If there is 0V on the emitter of TP025 and DP027 is shorted. Check DP023. Page 11 . B = 8.4V 4.7K 1. check IP050 (Reference Regulator) and IP001 (Opto Coupler) and their associated components.4M 5K 7K Resistance Chart for Power Supply Start-up Circuit Test: Working unit voltages with the Drain of TP020 open: (HOT GND Reference) • • • • Gate = 7. check TP025. DP023. If TP020 checks OK (with primary circuit pulsing). or open circuit to pin 3 of LP003. If TP020 has failed more than likely the other transistors have been stressed and the circuit will self-destruct again when plugged into 120 AC. RP125.9V (Measured on TP025 (E)) TP025 C = 8.3V Junction of RP006 and 007 = 32. RP132. 5. DP027. If DC on gate of TP020 is wrong.9V.Device DP080 DP061 DP093 DP063 Gate of TP020 Waveform Stby Mode Resistance to Cold GND 45. check TP022. If no waveform on gate of TP020 (DC OK). 6. Also check for excessive loads of the secondary of LP003. RP006. Hint: 27V on the emitter of TP025 indicates that the base circuit of TP025 is open. Replace all transistors if one has failed or is suspect. and RP007 and replace if suspect. check the regulation feedback circuit associated with IP001 and IP050. E = 8.8V Startup ckt = 8.

The other output on pin 9 is 3.Dual Voltage Regulator IP030 There are two output voltages from IP030 but only one is switched. This voltage is used for System Control standby B+ and Pin 6 of IP030 is the reset voltage for IV001 (SysCon). Unsolder pin 4 of IP030 and check for 7. If voltage is present on pins 1 and 2 then pin 8 should be 7. When pin 4 goes high. 2.1Vs Power Supply Control IP01.3V problem. No relay click could indicate IP030 3. If the voltage is correct go to step 2. If present. If the voltage is low or missing suspect IP030.9V on pin 8. Reconnect pin 4 and check for 3. go to step 4. If missing or not correct troubleshoot standby power supply. Check for 13.9V.9V on pin 8. go to step 3. there should be 7.IP50 DP57 9.1V on pin 1 and 2 of IP030. Pin 4 controls the output on pin 8 (7. 9 RP166 6 Burst 63 IV001 Pwr ON 1 Reset 60 +VCC +7.3V on pins 6 and 9.3V. 3. If the voltage is low or missing suspect IP030. +13. During this time Degauss is energized and pin 8 of IP030 is switched on supplying the 7.9V). When power is first applied.1V RP57 TP52 RP151 RP153 +5Vs CP66 1 2 1 IP030 8 Dual Reg. If the voltage is present.9Vs FZP66 DP36 IP31 3 2 +3.3Vs +181Vr Hi = Burst & DAM Mode Lo = Energy Mode CRT +33Vr +12Vr -12Vr Tuner Vertical IP030 Troubleshooting 1. Page 12 .9V if IP030 is working correctly. This is easy to check by simply removing (unsoldering) pin 4 and checking the output.9Vs 14 54 56 33 Horiz Out Horiz Drive/Out 4 TR02 Reset Switch LL05 DH01 33V +7. IV001 turns on the dual regulator (IP030) for a short period of time.

These sections are System Control and Signal Processing. and RESET to function. The “DATA” is used to set up registers in IV001. suspect a Horizontal startup problem.41. Transfer of "DATA" happens each time the set is turned on. 17 21.4. OSC. 16.9VsD 39 33 Horiz Out 36 XRP EHT 57 OSC GND IN 58 QV001 OUT 59 8 +5Vs IV001 TV Micro Page 13 .18. to Front Panel BR001 IR001 EEPROM 5.3 Clk/Data 61 +3. First. being system control. IV001 also needs a set of instructions to perform the expected command. These registers include Horizontal timing.30. system control and regulator are working correctly. 19. IV001 (TV Processor) is used to generate both the Vertical and Horizontal drive signals. This troubleshooting section assumes certain sections of IV001 are working correctly. ITC008 Deflection Troubleshooting In order to troubleshoot deflection we must first understand where the signals are generated.8V momintarly comes up. some sort of user interface (Remote or FPA) to tell IV001 what to do. Failure to properly transfer the "DATA" will result in a dead set condition. monitor pin 8 and press the power switch.3V VDD 1 PWR ON 60 RESET +3. If 7. If there is no change on pin 8 troubleshoot system control.57 PLL Ckts 15. and shutdown settings.59 GND 12. GND.56 58.3V VCCD Core 54. This instruction is in the form of “DATA” found in the EEPROM (IR001). IV001needs to have VCC (Stby). 22 VDrive 14 +7. With pin 4 of IP030 connected. Next. The generation of these drive signals depends on several external circuits and proper operation of IV001. Vertical timing.6 64 6 7 KB/LED IR 2. In the ITC008.

If correct proceed to step 2. To correct for this problem. Page 14 . NOTE: Settings in the EEPROM (Vertical) can also cause shutdown. suspect IF001. check for 48V P-P on pin 5 of IF001.Vertical Deflection Troubleshooting (No Vertical Deflection) Setup: Remove CRT Socket. If missing suspect DL010 and RL010 or a problem with the –12V supply. When troubleshooting a Vertical deflection problem where the set is operated without deflection it is customary to remove the CRT socket(s) to prevent the CRT from being burnt. If not go to the next step. When this voltage is missing suspect IF001. apply AC power and turn on set. 1. troubleshoot IV001 vertical section or suspect EEPROM alignment data corruption.3V on pin 3 of IF001. 3. Hint: If set is shutting down and removing DL062 allows the set to operate with out vertical deflection. DF010. temporarily disconnect BL101on the E/W module to restart the instrument and reset both parameters. These are the most common failures of the Vertical circuit causing the set to shutdown. If not correct. Check for –12V on pin 4 of IF001 referenced to cold ground. CF010 and DF010. Check for –10. This is the boost circuit for IF001. Misalignment of Vertical Slope (parameter #06) and Vertical Amplitude (parameter #08) can cause the protection signal from the E/W module to activate and shutdown the instrument. 2. DF010 should be replaced.3V different. If they are equal. These waveforms are generated by IV001. If correct IF001 is working and problem is in the yoke circuit. 4. These two voltages should be about . If present IF001 is working and problem is in the yoke circuit. Also check the +12Vr circuit (RL012 and DL012) off pin 6 of IHVT (LL005). If waveforms are present. and CF010. Check for proper waveform on pins 1 and 7 of IF001. Compare the voltage found on pin 2 with that found on pin 6 of IF001.

9Vs IV001 VDriveB RF06 IF001 Vertical Output RV06 21 DF02 RV05 VDriveA to Pincushion BF002 Vcc RF02 1 7 RF03 RF04 2 CF05 DF10 6 CF10 3 PWR AMP 14 RF08 5 DF01 56V RF09 CF09 22 DF03 4 RF07 CF08 DF101 -12Vr +12Vr DF102 RF101 CF101 -12Vr RF102 Beam Current Limit Page 15 .BF001 +7.

suspect LL032 (LL033 alt) or a connection problem with LL032 (LL033 alt). check for them at the emitter of TL031. The set will cycle until power is pushed again. and RV001 components off of pins 15. Unsolder collector of TL35 (Horizontal Output Transistor). If they are missing. 2. and 19 of IV001. check for drive at pin 3 of LL032 (LL033 alt). XRP detected at pin 36 of IV001 Page 16 . RL034 or the +12Vr source. 19. and 17 of IV001 effect PLL circuits. 16. CV007.Horizontal Deflection Troubleshooting (No Horizontal Drive) 1. If drive is present at the emitter of TL031 with DL062 in circuit. 5. Suspect Yoke. If a drive pulse is present on the base of TL35. The problem is off the collector of TL35. CV008. A horizontal drive pulse should be present at the base of TL35 while it is cycling. LL05 and the secondary side of LL05. If drive is present at pin 3 of LL032.0V at the collector of TL033 in standby mode. If missing. Check for 13.16. 4.0Vdc when drive is missing. CV006. 6. Drive pulses on the emitter of TL031 with DL062 removed indicates that drive shutdown has occurred (See shutdown troubleshooting section).17. If missing go to next step. If missing. disconnect DL062 and recheck. If the drive pulse is missing check for drive at pin 33 of IV001. IV001 and the driver circuit are working correctly. suspect CV004. Monitor the base of TL35 and press the power switch. Capacitors on pins 15. Yoke return circuit. Corrupt data in the EEPROM could also prevent horizontal drive. CV005. NOTE: Pin 33 of IV001 (Horizontal Drive) will have 7. If present suspect DL035. suspect RL037 and RL038 or TL033 (shorted). 3. Possible causes of no Horizontal Drive: • • • • Corrupt EEPROM data +VCC missing at pins 14 and 39 of IV001 Internal OSC off frequency. pincushion. If drive pulses are present at pin 33 of IV001.

05 Pin 12 LL05 7 1 10 9 Pin 8 LL05 DL40 CL41 34 Feed Back Page 17 .26 RL25.1Vr +12Vr +7.TL62 +7.6VsD RV73 Vcc 14 33 Hout IV001 36 EHT 3 2 1 BF001 RL63 RL68 CL21 DL21 RL07 LL05 IHVT Anode 3 to 2 Pincushion 1 CBA from TL35 6 5 13 Focus Screen RL06 RF07 3 4 CL23.03.25.6VsE XRP TZ01 DZ01.26 DL25 LL26 8 12 11 RL12 Horiz Yoke 6 TL50 Buffer Beam Current Sense to PWR IP050-3 Heater & XRP Htr Return DL12 +12Vr CL13 DL10 -12Vr RL10 LL40 RL40 +181Vr RL41 to 44 DL01 33V +33Vr CL11 RL38 BL003 from Pincushion CBA +126V +7.9VsA TL060/061 DL62 CL30 TL31 TL33 LL32 RL36 DL30 1 CL35 RL37 RL34 DL35 BL005 +13.

The following information pertains to troubleshooting the vertical circuit with the vertical yoke disconnected.6 6 +11. If pins 1 and 7 are correct suspect IF001. Check DL010 and RL010 off pin 7 of LL005. Check for open or shorted components between pin 22 of IV001 and pin 7 of IF001. CF010.7 2 +12. This voltage is internally generated by IF001 and pin 4. 1 +. Remember if the +12Vr is missing the set will shutdown. Voltage Notes Incorrect waveform from IV001 or missing wavefrom. Voltage High indicates no drive to pins 1 and 7 of IF001. and RF007. RF009. This voltage is controlled by IF001 and the input pins 1 and 7. suspect IF001 or pin 4 voltage missing. If a voltage is not correct see the notes section of the Voltage chart for possible causes. check for correct DC on all pins of IF001. Check for open circuit from +12Vr source. Using the Voltage chart. If missing. 1.8 7 +.Alternate Vertical Troubleshooting Information Repeat failure of the vertical output IC (IF001) can be difficult to find and expensive. By unloading the vertical circuit it is possible to make checks to the vertical output IC with out damaging it. Incorrect waveform from IV001 or missing wavefrom. If RL010 is open check for shorts on the -12Vr source. Pin No.7 Page 18 . Disconnect the CRT socket and BF002 vertical yoke connector. DF010. RF006. 2. Common parts for incorrect voltage are: IF001. This voltage should be lower then pin 2. Check feedback resistor RF006.2 3 -13 4 -13 5 +1. Check for open or shorted components between pin 21 of IV001 and pin 1 of IF001. DF010 is a common failure along with IF001.

Unsolder DL062 cathode. Verify the set is in pincushion shutdown by disconnecting BF001. This high is sensed by TL061 base turning it on and killing horizontal drive. To defeat this shutdown circuit and troubleshoot the pincushion circuit. As the current increases so does the voltage. 2. disconnect DL062.2Vpin RL133 RL134 Page 19 . Some of the common failures in the pincushion circuit have been: • • • DL101 DL102 DL012 1.ITC008 Pincushion Shutdown Troubleshooting Pincushion shutdown occurs when TL101 (Pin Driver) pulls excessive current through RL111. If the set stays on. Short on-time is recommended. IL101 pin 12 monitors this voltage change and when the voltage exceeds the reference voltage found on pin 13 of IL101. This removes the shutdown protection. the pin circuit is causing the shutdown. If the set still shuts down the problem is not with the pincushion circuit. Use caution when operating the set with DL062 disconnected. DL138 RL138 CL138 CL144 RL144 TL101 RL145 1 LL122 IL101 RL150 BL101 3 2 1 PL143 RL132 9 10 RL137 DL117 RL105 RL104 12 13 RL136 14 8 RL134 RL106 PL140 3 2 RL108 RL107 RL131 6 5 PL141 7 CL122 DL121 RL141 RL111 DL122 BL103 3 to 2 CL021 and 1 DL021 47V CL123 RL110 DL118 RL118 RL112 RL117 RL113 DL119 DL113 CL114 RL114 DL114 +12.2Vpin CL110 +12. IL101 (comparator) switches states and puts a high on pin 14.

however. An oscilloscope and multimeter are required to isolate other problems. +50V is the over voltage shutdown of the pin circuit. Running the set with voltage in excess of +50V can cause additional damage. Caution should be taken if this voltage exceeds +50V. If the voltage is missing or incorrect.8V. The pincushion circuit has adjustments for the different screen sizes therefore the voltages and waveforms can be slightly different. suspect he Pincushion Circuit Board Assembly (CBA).3.0V. Keep in mind that the voltage readings found in the schematic may not be exactly what your set has. troubleshooting the module to component level can be accomplished. Note: This voltage can reach +130Vdc.2Vpin RL133 RL134 Page 20 . DL138 RL138 CL138 CL144 RL144 TL101 RL145 1 LL122 IL101 RL150 BL101 3 2 1 PL143 RL132 9 10 RL137 DL117 RL105 RL104 12 13 RL136 14 8 RL134 RL106 PL140 3 2 RL108 RL107 RL131 6 5 PL141 7 CL122 DL121 RL141 RL111 DL122 BL103 3 to 2 CL021 and 1 DL021 47V CL123 RL110 DL118 RL118 RL112 RL117 RL113 DL119 DL113 CL114 RL114 DL114 +12. Short on time is highly recommended. One of the common failures has been cold solder connections on BL101.5Vp-p waveform and turn on the set. An acceptiable range for the voltage on pin 3 of TL101 would be from +15V to +30V. Monitor TL101 (Pin Driver) pin 3 for +18Vdc and 9. our test set used to develop this troubleshooting guide measured 20. With DL062 disconnected the over voltage shutdown is also disabled. For example: TL101 pin 3 shows to be 18.2Vpin CL110 +12. If the voltage is high suspect an input signal problem or incorrect adjustment. Tech-Tip: The Pincushion CBA is a replaceable module.

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