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UOC III – (21 G-III Chassis

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SERVICE MANUAL
COLOUR TELEVISION

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CONTENTS
1. safety precautions………………………………………………………………………………………3

2. block diagram

and PHILIPS UOC functional difference between the various IC versions ………………….4

. Replacement of memory IC……………………………………………………………………………18
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. Service adjustment……………………………………………………………………………………...19
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. ICs functional description………………………………………………………………………………23
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. Test point waveform………………………………………………………………………………….…30
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. All ICs/transistors voltages…………………………………………………………………………….31
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. Purity / convergence adjustment……………………………………………………………………..33
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SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
1. The design of this product contains special hardware, many overheating should be replaced. Always use the
circuits and components specially for safety purposes. For 9. manufacturer’s replacement components.
continued protection, no changes should be made to the 10. Isolation Check
original design unless authorized in writing by the (Safety for Electrical Shock Hazard)
manufacturer. Replacement parts must be identical to those After re-assembling the product, always perform an
used in the original circuits. Service should be performed by isolation check on the exposed metal parts of the cabinet
qualified personnel only. (antenna terminals, video/audio input and output terminals,
Control knobs, metal cabinet, screwheads, earphone jack,
2. Alterations of the design or circuitry of the products should control shafts, etc.) to be sure the product is safe to operate
not be made. Any design alterations or additions will void without danger of electrical shock.
the manufacturer’s warranty and will further relieve the 11. The surface of the TV screen is coated with a thin film which
manufacturer of responsibility for personal injury or property can easily be damaged. Be very careful with it when handle
damage resulting therefrom. the TV. Should the TV screen become soiled, wipe it with
a soft dry cloth. Never rub it forcefully. Never use any
3. Many electrical and mechanical parts in the products have cleaner or detergent on it.
special safety-related characteristics. These characteristics
are often not evident from visual inspection nor can the (1) Dielectric Strength Test
protection afforded by them necessarily be obtained by The isolation between the AC primary circuit and all metal
using replacement components rated for higher voltage, parts exposed to the user, particularly any exposed metal
wattage, etc. Replacement parts which have these special part having a return path to the chassis should withstand a
safety characteristics are identified in the parts list of voltage of 3000V AC (r.m.s.) for a period of one second.
Service manual. Electrical components having such (…Withstand a voltage of 1100V AC (r.m.s.) to an
features are identified by shading on the schematics appliance rated up to 120V, and 3000V AC (r.m.s.) to an
and by ( ! ) on the parts list in Service manual. The use appliance rated 200V or more, for a periode of one second.)
of a substitute replacement which does not have the same This method of test requires a test equipment not generally
safety characteristics as the recommended replacement found in the service trade.
part shown in the parts list of Service manual may cause (2) Leakage Current Check
shock, fire, or other hazards Plug the AC line cord directly into the AC outlet (do not use
a line isolation transformer during this check.). Using a
4. Don’t short between the LIVE side ground and “Leakage Current Tester”, measure the leakage current
ISOLATED (NEUTRAL) side ground or EARTH side from each exposed metal part of the cabinet, particularly
ground when repairing. Some model’s power circuit is any exposed metal part having a return path to the chassis,
partly different in the GND. The difference of the GND is to a known good earth ground (water pipe, etc.). Any
shown by the LIVE: ( ) side GND, ISOLATED leakage current must not exceed 0.5mA AC (r.m.s.).
(NEUTRAL) : ( ) side GND and EARTH : ( ) side GND. However, in tropical area, this must not exceed 0.2mA AC
Don’t short between the LIVE side GND and ISOLATED (r.m.s.).
(NEUTRAL) side GND or EARTH side GND and never ●Alternate Check Method
measure with a measuring apparatus (oscilloscope etc.) the Plug the AC line cord directly into the AC outlet ( do not use
LIVE side GND and ISOLATED (NEUTRAL) side GND or a line isolation transformer during this check.). Use an AC
EARTH side GND at the same time. If above note will not voltmeter having 1000 ohms per volt or more sensitivity in
be kept, a fuse or any parts will be broken. the following manner. Connect a 1500 Ω 10W resistor
paralleled by a 0.15 μ F AC-type capacitor between an
5. If any repair has been made to the chassis, it is exposed metal part and a known good earth ground (water
recommended that the B1 setting should be checked or pipe, etc.). Measure the AC voltage across the resistor with
adjusted (See ADJUSTMENT OF B1 POWER SUPPLY). the AC voltmeter. Move the resistor connection to each
exposed metal part, particularly any exposed metal part
6. The high voltage applied to the picture tube must conform having a return path to the chassis, and measure the AC
with that specified in Service manual. Excessive high voltage across the resistor. Now, reverse the plug in the AC
voltage can cause an increase in X-Ray emission, arcing outlet and repeat each measurement. Any voltage
and possible component damage, therefore operation under measured must not exceed 0.75V AC (r.m.s.). This
excessive high voltage conditions should be kept to a corresponds to 0.5mA AC (r.m.s.).
minimum, or should be prevented. If severe arcing occurs, However, in tropical area, this must not exceed 0.3V AC
remove the AC power immediately and determine the cause (r.m.s.).
by visual inspection (incorrect installation, cracked or This corresponds to 0.2mA AC (r.m.s.)
melted high voltage harness, poor soldering, etc.). To
maintain the proper minimum level of soft X-Ray emission,
components in the high voltage circuitry including the
picture tube must be the exact replacements or alternatives
approved by the manufacturer of the complete product.

7. Do not check high voltage by drawing an arc. Use a high
voltage meter or a high voltage probe with a VTVM.
Discharge the picture tube before attempting meter
connection, by connecting a clip lead to the ground frame
and connecting the other end of the lead through a 10kΩ
2W resitor to the anode button.

8. When service is required, observe the original lead dress.
Extra precaution should be given to assure correct lead
dress in the high voltage circuit area. Where a short circuit
has occurred, those components that indicate evidence of

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60 Audio L 24C32 107 TDA7266 70/71/7 Headphone- Monitor-Out AV2/S AV3 DVD AV1/S MainSuppl POWER Vaux 4 . SCAVEM RGB IF (TDA6107JF) SIF1 BLKIN (TDA6108AJF) 85/86/8 SAWF SIF2 30 TUNER(FS) 29 25 24 (SIF) 84 65 23 VDRA 22 VDRB FRAME DEF. 13 Vguar (TDA8359) 67 H. UOC-III 32 EHT info +EW SPEAKER I2C BUS 108/109 R 61 Audio R EEPROM STB Audio Amp. .drive 21 EW.Drive Line Def. 2 TV Block diagram CPT RF SCAVEM SAWF VIF1 (VIF) RGB VIF2 Video AMP.

UOC-III : The UOCIII series combines the functions of a Video Signal Processor (VSP) together with a FLASH embedded TEXT/Control/Graphics µ- Controller (TCG µ-Controller) The UOCIII series consists of the following 3 basic concepts:  Stereo versions. These versions contain the TV processor with a stereo audio selector.  Mono sound versions. Options are the digital sound processing circuit. These versions contain the TV processor with stereo audio selector and the TCG m-Controller. Options are the adaptive digital PAL/NTSC comb filter and a teletext decoder with 10 page text memory. 3. the TCG m-Controller. . the digital sound processing circuit and the digital video processing circuit. the adaptive digital PAL/NTSC comb filter and a teletext decoder with a 10 page text memory. the multi-standard stereo or BTSC decoder.  AV stereo versions. Options are the adaptive digital PAL/NTSC comb filter and a teletext decoder with 10 page text memory. These versions contain the TV processor with a selector for mono audio signals and the TCG m-Controller. the digital video processing circuit. MONO VERSIONS: 5 .

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If the value is different. 18 .3. 4) Check the setting value of the SYSTEM default value of Table below. (Mkey) and corresponding on-screen display will be appear.REPLACEMENT OF MEMORY IC 1. 2. 3) Press digital key. When replacing memory IC. 5) Press “STANDBY” key again and return to the normal screen. (4) Check and set SYSTEM default value: 1) Press “MENU” key and then press number “6 4 8 3” key on the Remote control unit. be sure to use IC written with the initial value of data. (3) Power On Plug the power cord into the AC outlet and switch the power On. MEMORY IC. PROCEDURE FOR REPLACING MEMORY IC (1) Power off Switch the power off and unplug the power cord from AC outlet. 2) The “Service pages ” will be displayed on the screen. In the memory IC are memorized data for correctly operating the video and deflection circuits. select items by [CH+]/[CH-] keys and set value by [VOL+]/[VOL-] keys. This TV uses memory IC. (2) Replace IC Be sure to use memory IC written with the initial data values.

4. shift 60 36 132 300Hz 40 17 Vert. Slope 34 127 Vol. S. Ampl 52 129 DSG 0 14 S-Corr. 60 32 134 3KHz 40 19 Ver.Mode 0 126 Vol. Gain 63 11 Vert. While watching the screen. Shift 36 128 AGN 1 13 Vert.01 116 Soft Clip Level 0 1 Init TV 0 117 PSNS 2 2 Shipping 0 118 Mute Pin 0 3 ISP Mode 0 119 SUB BASS 40 4 VSD Brightness 34 120 SUB TRB 35 5 VSD LINE 0 121 Vol 1 33 6 VG2 32 122 Vol 2 55 7 DCXO 79 123 Vol 3 58 8 DCXO Auto 0 124 Vol 4 60 9 Tube-Type 1 125 SWL 40 10 Track. Lin. 60 52 133 1KHz 40 18 S-Corr. Receive a crosshatch signal. PARAMETER VALUE 0 UOC 3 AV Stereo 4. 32 (Adjust) 130 FMWS 2 15 Vert.29GIII EXPO Memory EEPROM. Ampl. DESIGN & SERVICE DATA Micon Flash TDA 12020H/N1F00 . Gain 2 29 12 Vert.N. 24C32. Slope 60 34 131 100Hz 40 16 Vert. 60 32 (Adjust) 135 10KHz 40 19 . 2. adjust the FOCUS VR to make the vertical and horizontal lines as fine and sharp as possible.SERVICE ADJUSTMENT FOCUS ADJUSTMENT 1. Tuner GDC EWT5F3T43-E27W ( FS TUNER) Software Date GIIIA V EXPORT 26 JULY 06 Rev No 3 Date Chassis VE05 GIII DESIGN DATA ( PRESS " MENU + 6483 " KEY ) & Press " Demo / Call " key to QUIT.

16 155 ADC-AM-L 15 40 HBL 0 156 ADC-AV-L 15 41 WBF 5 157 BGSCAL DEC 1 42 WBR 8 158 BGSCAL MONO 1 43 WSS 1* 159 BGSCAL NIC 1 44 Gld-SCART 1* 160 BGSCAL SAP 1 45 R-CUT-N 32(Adjust) 161 MSCAL DEC 1 46 G-CUT-N 32(Adjust) 162 MSCAL MONO 1 47 RDrive-N 32(Adjust) 163 MSCAL NIC 1 48 GDrive-N 32(Adjust) 164 MSCAL SAP 1 49 BDrive-N 32(Adjust) 165 LSCAL DEC 1 50 COOL OFFSET 20 166 LSCAL MONO 1 51 WARM OFFSET 20 167 LSCAL NIC 1 52 RGB 15 168 LSCAL SAP 1 53 PV-BR-MV 32 169 E2D 0 54 PV-CL-MV 32 170 PA-BA-VO 30 55 PV-CT-MV 32 171 PA-TR-VO 55 56 PV-SH-MV 32 172 PA-LM-VO 1 57 PV-BR-SP 32 173 PA-ST-VO 5 58 PV-CL-SP 32 174 PA-LO-VO 0 59 PV-CT-SP 48 175 PA-B1-VO 15 60 PV-SH-SP 32 176 PA-B2-VO 50 61 PV-BR-ST 48 177 PA-B3-VO 50 62 PV-CL-ST 32 178 PA-B4-VO 30 63 PV-CT-ST 48 179 PA-B5-VO 15 64 PV-SH-ST 32 180 PA-BA-MU 30 20 . Ctrl. Scroll 32 (Adjust) 150 BBE-PROC 7 35 VX Normal 10 151 OP CLIP 3 36 VX Expand 20 ( ADJUST) 152 DEC-LEV 15 37 VX Expand-60 20 ( ADJUST) 153 MONO-LEV 15 38 VX Compr. Linearity 32 (Adjust) 139 OP EQUAL 1 24 Rotation 0 140 OP DOLBY 0 25 EW Width-4 58 ( ADJUST) 141 OP TRUSUR 0 26 Hor. Bow-4 32 ( ADJUST ) 147 LOUD-NA 3 32 Parallel-4 24 ( ADJUST ) 148 LOUD-CH 1 33 Hor. 10 154 NIC-LEV 10 39 VS Subt.20 Expand Option 1 136 OP AUDIO CONFIG 2 21 Compress OPTION 0 137 OP WOOFER 0 22 V. 4 23 V. 0 138 WOOFER FREQ. Shift-4 46 ( ADJUST) 142 OP DUB 0 27 EW Parabola-4 40 ( ADJUST) 143 AVL-LEV 8 28 Traepezium-4 38 ( ADJUST ) 144 AVL-WGT 0 29 UC Parabola-4 56 (ADJUST ) 145 AVL-MOD 3 30 LC Parabola-4 38 ( ADJUST ) 146 AVLE 0 31 Hor. Shift 60-4 44 ( ADJUST ) 149 BBE-CONT 7 34 Vert. Lin.

) 191 PA-TR-TH 63 76 ACL 0 192 PA-LM-TH 1 77 MUS 0 193 PA-ST-TH 5 78 PWL 8 194 PA-LO-TH 0 79 CB 0 195 PA-B1-TH 40 80 BPS 0 196 PA-B2-TH 45 81 FCO 0 197 PA-B3-TH 50 82 SVMA 0 198 PA-B4-TH 45 83 SVMD 7 199 PA-B5-TH 40 84 SVMG 3 200 AGC Speed 1 85 SMD 3 201 AGC 20 86 SVM-OSD-PW 3 202 OIF 32 87 SMD-OSD-TM 2 203 IF 2 88 PeakFreqPAL443 2 204 Tuner-0 G 1-T 2-P 0 89 PeakFreqPALM 2 205 SVO 0 90 PeakFreqPALN 2 206 GD 1 91 PeakFreqNTSC443 2 207 BPB 0 92 PeakFreqNTSCM 2 208 DVD1-IN 0 93 PeakFreq SECAM 2 209 AV2-IN 1 94 Peak Freq AV 2 210 CVBS-OUT 1 95 CRAO 0 211 INCL-AV 1 96 VIDEO CORING 0 212 SECAM 1 97 CROMA TRAP 0 213 L 0 98 GAMMA 0 214 TXT-ON 1 99 VA 1 215 TXT-SPILT 1 100 VAI 1 216 TXT-HPOSITION 10 101 Blackstrech 1 217 TXT-CONT 15 102 Bluestrech 1 218 PWR-SAVING 1 103 SVM OPTION 0 219 PWR-PERF 3 104 Whitestrech 1 220 PWR-REST 1 105 PeakRatio0vShot 2 221 PWR-ON KEY 1 106 Tint NTSC 40 222 BUS Stop 0 M-Mode 0 (1 For M- 107 SUB BRI 40 (Adjust) 223 mode) 21 .65 PV-BR-GA 32 181 PA-TR-MU 40 66 PV-CL-GA 32 182 PA-LM-MU 1 67 PV-CT-GA 16 183 PA-ST-MU 5 68 PV-SH-GA 32 184 PA-LO-MU 0 69 Y SECAM 10 185 PA-B1-MU 63 70 Y NTSC 10 186 PA-B2-MU 45 71 Y PAL 10 187 PA-B3-MU 20 72 YAV1 10 188 PA-B4-MU 45 73 YAV2 10 189 PA-B5-MU 63 74 YSVHS1 10 ( N.) 190 PA-BA-TH 55 75 YSVHS2 10 ( N.A.A.

OPT 64 111 ( VIDEOCON ) 227 Loudness 1 112 OSO 0 228 Calender .108 SUB CON 63 224 Comb Filter 0 109 SUB COL 60 225 BlUe Back Col 1 110 SUB SHAR 40 226 Game 0 RC.OPT 0 113 FFI 0 229 Lock-opt 1 114 FSL 0 230 EVG 1 115 HP2 0 231 DFL 1 232 XDT 1 233 AKB 0 234 OSVE 0 235 CL 8 22 .

temperature compensated precise current sources for a loop compensation and self protection circuitry 23 . under voltage lockout. internal soft start. ICs functional description. leading edge blanking (LEB). optimized gate driver.5. Power supply: FSCQ0765RT Description The FSCQ0765RT is an integrated Pulse Width Modulation (PWM) controller and Sense FET specifically designed for Quasi-resonant off-line Switch Mode Power Supplies (SMPS) with minimal external components. The PWM controller includes integrated fixed frequency oscillator.

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specially designed for TV & Portable Radio applications. 26 .Audio amplifier: DESCRIPTION The TDA7266 is dual bridge amplifier assembled in the Multiwatt package.

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The vertical coil of a 4 : 3 as well a 16 : 9 picture tube can be connected to this vertical deflection device.Vertical Amplifier: The TDA8359J is an integrated power circuit for use in 90° and 110° colour deflection systems. operating as a high efficiency class G system and can handle field frequencies from 25 to 200 Hz. Due to the bridge configuration a DC deflection output application can be designed with a positive main supply of typical 12 Volts and a positive flyback supply of typical 45 Volt Pinning: 28 . It contains a vertical deflection bridge output.

7V 1.35V 29 .Pin No.9-2.1-1.75-0. V+ P.15-0.55V 1.85V 0.3V 0. 6: Control keys input ( Limit voltages) Function TV/AV MENU V.45-0. P+ Voltage 0.4-1.1V 1.

R 1.0Vpp 1.0 Vpp V V H GIII PIN24 GIII PIN36 H-OUT C GIII PIN23 CRT-PCB.8Vpp 2.7Vpp PIN 86 . Test point Waveforms – 2.5Vpp .0.B H H H H H 80Vpp 80Vpp GIII 80Vpp PIN 85 GIII0.887 Vpp GIII PIN 43 H H H H H CRT KR CRT KG CRT KB GIII PIN-67 GIII PIN-66 VDRA.G 1.22Vpp 140 Vpp H H HEATER– R713 CRT SUPPLY 30 .8 Vpp 1000VPP VDRB-0.5Vpp .6.Hor.5Vpp. GIII PIN 4.

29 2.72 1.59 PIN 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 V 2.90 1.07 0 3.03 NC NC NC 3.41 1.72 NC NC NC Vertical Amplifier IC TDA-8359 PIN 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 V 0.87 NC 4.20 2.60 PIN 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 V 2.08 1.30 3.94 NC NC NC 2.82 NC NC 1.71 0.39 1.87 1.7.91 1.24 1.90 4.09 0 3.76 1.78 NC NC 3.99 1.18 2.91 3.14 2.18 NC NC 2.09 0 3.30 0.44 0 1.40 0 4.96 2.3 0 2.66 3.24 1.92 1.54 0 1.09 1.74 3.11 1.31 1.12 0 0 NC 1.09 2. IC voltages AC supply : 176~260V 50/60Hz GIII IC PIN 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 V 0 0 1.8 0 7.14 1.38 1.11 0 1.93 0 1.39 NC NC NC NC 2.76 0 3.97 0 14.91 2.32 3.29 2.77 NC 3.18 1.81 3.94 PIN 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 V 0.24 PIN 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 90 91 92 93 94 95 96 V 0 4.26 4.10 NC NC PIN 113 114 115 116 117 118 119 120 121 122 123 124 125 126 127 128 V NC 0 NC NC 1.55 2.41 0 0.66 1.18 2.80 4.50 0 44.6 7.76 0 0.26 0.20 NC NC NC PIN 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80 V NC 0.46 4.66 PIN 97 98 99 100 101 102 103 104 105 106 107 108 109 110 111 112 V 4.8 2.4 31 .94 2.18 1.96 7.09 2.09 3.95 2.20 3.20 2.

11. Adjust the gap between two lugs so that the GREEN RASTER will come into the center of the screen. Remove the wedges. Bring the long lug over the short lug and position them horizontally. P/C MAGNETS 6. Loosen the retainer screw of the deflection yoke. Imput a crosshatch signal. Short lug 12. Demagnetize CRT with the demagnetizer. (Fig. and make sure that purity is properly adjusted. 4 6 5. Long lug 10. Move the deflection yoke forward. Bring the long lug of the purity magnets on the short lug and position them horizontally. Verify that the screen is horizontal. Fig. (Fig2) P: PURITY MAGNET 4: 4-POLES (convergence magnets) 7. Move the deflection yoke backward. and fix the position of the deflection yoke so that the whole screen will become green.8. CRT 4. Input a green raster signal from the signal generator. PURITY MAGNETS 9. PURITY / CONVERGENCE ADJUSTMENT PURITY ADJUSTMENT WEDGE 1. 3 32 . 6: 6-POLES (convergence magnets) 3) Fig. Input red and blue raster signals. and turn the screen to green raster. P 3. Insert the wedge to the top side of the deflection yoke so that it will not move. 1 8. 2 (FRONT VIEW) GREEN RASTER CENTER Fig. DEFLECTION YOKE 2.

Using 4-pole convergence magnets. BLUE GREEN RED Fig. overlap the magenta (red/blue) and green lines in the center of the screen and turn them to white. GREEN BLUE BLUE GREEN RED 33 . 2. Input a crosshatch signal.2 (FRONT VIEW) After adjustment. Repeat 2 and 3 above. 1 (FRONT VIEW) DYNAMIC CONVERGENCE ADJUSTMENT RED GREEN BLUE 1. (FRONT VIEW) 3. overlap the red and blue lines in the center of the screen (Fig. and make the best convergence. 4. (Fig. Using 6-pole convergence magnets. Move the deflection yoke left to right and overlap the RED lines in the periphery. (Fig. fix the wedge at the original position. Fig. RED Fix the 6 magnets with glue. Move the deflection yoke up and down and overlap lines in the periphery. Repeat 1 and 2 above. 3) GREEN GREEN RED BLUE 3.STATIC CONVERGENCE ADJUSTMENT 1. and make the best convergence. 2) BLUE 2. RED GREEN BLUE BLUE GREEN RED Fasten the retainer screw of the deflection yoke. 1) and turn them to magenta (red/blue).