SERVICE MANUAL

PDP COLOR TELEVISION
11 2003 YA029

PD-42WV74 /S
BASIC CHASSIS

SB3

TV CATV VCR DVD

ASPECT

MULTI SCREEN

SPLIT

INDEX

FREEZE

SWAP

SELECT

INPUT 1

V1
INPUT 2

1 4 7
100+

2 5 8 0

3 6 9
RETURN+ TV

V2
INPUT 3

V3
INPUT 4

V4
DIGITAL-IN

THEATER NATURAL VIDEO PRO CINEMA STATUS

D-IN
SLEEP TIMER DISPLAY SOUND
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LIGHT

MUTING

C.C.

CH VOL VOL

C.C.

OK

CH
MENU VCR CHANNEL PREV NEXT BACK VCR DVD POWER TV VCR

REW

PLAY

FF

REC

STOP

PAUSE

OPEN CLOSE

STILL PAUSE

RM-C13G

VM-42WV74 [PLASMA DISPLAY UNIT]

TU-42WV74 [RECEIVER UNIT]

TABLE OF CONTENTS
1 2 3 4 5 PRECAUTION. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-3 SPECIFIC SERVICE INSTRUCTIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-6 DISASSEMBLY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-10 ADJUSTMENTS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-21 TROUBLESHOOTING . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-55

COPYRIGHT © 2003 VICTOR COMPANY OF JAPAN, LIMITED

No.YA029 2003/11

SPECIFICATION
Items Dimensions (W × H × D) Contents Plasma display unit 116.0cm × 79.8cm × 30.8cm (45-11/16" × 31-7/16" × 12-3/16") [with the stand] 116.0cm × 73.1cm × 9.8cm (45-11/16" × 28-13/16" × 3-7/8") [main TV body] Receiver unit 43.5cm × 9.9cm × 38.2cm (17-3/16" × 3-15/16" × 15-1/16") Plasma display unit 48kg (106lbs) [with the stand] 38kg (84lbs) [main TV body] Receiver unit 5.1kg (11.3lbs) CCIR (M) NTSC BTSC (Multi Channel Sound) VHF Low 02ch~06ch : 54MHz~88MHz VHF High 07ch~13ch : 174MHz~216MHz UHF 14ch~69ch : 470MHz~806MHz CATV 54MHz~804MHz Low Band : 02~06, A-8 by 02~06&01 High Band : 07~13 by 07~13 Mid Band : A~I by 14~22 Super Band : J~W by 23~36 Hyper Band : W+1~W+28 by 37~64 Ultra Band : W+29~W+84 by 65~125 Sub Mid Band : A8, A4~A1 by 01, 96~99 180 Channels Video IF 45.75 MHz Sound IF 41.25 MHz (4.5MHz) 3.58 MHz AC 120V, 60Hz Plasma display unit 340W Receiver unit 27W 42-inch wide aspect (16:9) Diagonal : 107.5cm (H:51.8cm × V : 105.7cm) Horizontal : 852 dots × Vertica l : 480 dots (W-VGA) 18W + 18W (Main/Woofer) Main 10cm × 3cm (3-15/16" × 1-3/16"), oval type × 2 Woofer 13cm × 6.5cm (5-1/8" × 2-9/16"), oval type × 2 F-type connector, 75Ω unbalanced, coaxial S-Video Mini-DIN 4 pin × 3 [Input-1/2/4] Y: 1V (p-p), Positive (Negative sync provided), 75 Ω C: 0.286V (p-p) (Burst signal), 75 Ω Video 1V (p-p), Positive (Negative sync provided), 75 Ω , RCA pin jack × 4 Audio 500mV (rms), High impedance, RCA pin jack × 8 Component Video RCA pin jack × 6 [Input-1/2] 1125i / 750p Y : 1V (p-p) (Sync signal: 0.35V(p-p), 3-value sync.), 75 Ω Pb/Pr : 0.35V(p-p), 75 Ω 525p / 525i Y : 1V (p-p), Positive (Negative sync provided), 75 Ω Pb/Pr : 0.35V(p-p), 75 Ω Video DVI-D 24-pin connector × 1 (Digital-input terminal is not compatible with computer signal) Audio 500mV (rms), Low impedance, RCA pin jack × 2 RCA pin jack × 2 Variable More than 0 to 1000mV(rms) (+2.2 dBs) Fix 500mV(rms) (-4dBs) Low impedance (400Hz when modulated 100%) 0~1000mV (rms), Low impedance, RCA pin jack × 1 3.5mm mini jack × 1 Control / Audio D-sub 26-pin connector × 2 Video DVI-D 24pin connector × 2 RM-C13G (AA/R6/UM-3 battery × 2)

Mass

TV RF System Color System Sound System TV Receiving Channels and Frequency

TV / CATV Total Channel Intermediate Frequency Color Sub Carrier Power Input Power Consumption Plasma Display Panel (PDP) Screen Size Display Pixels Audio Power Output Speaker Antenna terminal (VHF/UHF) Video / Audio input Input-1/2/3/4

Digital-in

Audio output

Sub woofer output AV compulink III Display Input / Output (For system cable) Remote Control Unit

Design & specifications are subject to change without notice.

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SECTION 1 PRECAUTION
1.1 SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
(9) Isolation Check (Safety for Electrical Shock Hazard) After re-assembling the product, always perform an isolation check on the exposed metal parts of the cabinet (antenna terminals, video/audio input and output terminals, Control knobs, metal cabinet, screw heads, earphone jack, control shafts, etc.) to be sure the product is safe to operate without danger of electrical shock. a) Dielectric Strength Test The isolation between the AC primary circuit and all metal parts exposed to the user, particularly any exposed metal part having a return path to the chassis should withstand a voltage of 1100V AC (r.m.s.) for a period of one second. (. . . . Withstand a voltage of 1100V AC (r.m.s.) to an appliance rated up to 120V, and 3000V AC (r.m.s.) to an appliance rated 200V or more, for a period of one second.) This method of test requires a test equipment not generally found in the service trade. b) Leakage Current Check Plug the AC line cord directly into the AC outlet (do not use a line isolation transformer during this check.). Using a "Leakage Current Tester", measure the leakage current from each exposed metal part of the cabinet, particularly any exposed metal part having a return path to the chassis, to a known good earth ground (water pipe, etc.). Any leakage current must not exceed 0.5mA AC (r.m.s.). However, in tropical area, this must not exceed 0.2mA AC (r.m.s.). Alternate Check Method Plug the AC line cord directly into the AC outlet (do not use a line isolation transformer during this check.). Use an AC voltmeter having 1000Ω per volt or more sensitivity in the following manner. Connect a 1500Ω 10W resistor paralleled by a 0.15µF AC-type capacitor between an exposed metal part and a known good earth ground (water pipe, etc.). Measure the AC voltage across the resistor with the AC voltmeter. Move the resistor connection to each exposed metal part, particularly any exposed metal part having a return path to the chassis, and measure the AC voltage across the resistor. Now, reverse the plug in the AC outlet and repeat each measurement. Any voltage measured must not exceed 0.75V AC (r.m.s.). This corresponds to 0.5mA AC (r.m.s.). However, in tropical area, this must not exceed 0.3V AC (r.m.s.). This corresponds to 0.2mA AC (r.m.s.).
AC VOLTMETER (HAVING 1000 /V, OR MORE SENSITIVITY)

(1) The design of this product contains special hardware, many circuits and components specially for safety purposes. For continued protection, no changes should be made to the original design unless authorized in writing by the manufacturer. Replacement parts must be identical to those used in the original circuits. Service should be performed by qualified personnel only. (2) Alterations of the design or circuitry of the products should not be made. Any design alterations or additions will void the manufacturer's warranty and will further relieve the manufacturer of responsibility for personal injury or property damage resulting therefrom. (3) Many electrical and mechanical parts in the products have special safety-related characteristics. These characteristics are often not evident from visual inspection nor can the protection afforded by them necessarily be obtained by using replacement components rated for higher voltage, wattage, etc. Replacement parts which have these special safety characteristics are identified in the parts list of Service manual. Electrical components having such features are identified by shading on the schematics and by ( ) on the parts list in Service manual. The use of a substitute replacement which does not have the same safety characteristics as the recommended replacement part shown in the parts list of Service manual may cause shock, fire, or other hazards. (4) Use isolation transformer when hot chassis. The chassis and any sub-chassis contained in some products are connected to one side of the AC power line. An isolation transformer of adequate capacity should be inserted between the product and the AC power supply point while performing any service on some products when the HOT chassis is exposed. (5) Don't short between the LIVE side ground and ISOLATED (NEUTRAL) side ground or EARTH side ground when repairing. Some model's power circuit is partly different in the GND. The difference of the GND is shown by the LIVE : ( ) side GND, the ISOLATED (NEUTRAL) : ( ) side GND and EARTH : ( ) side GND. Don't short between the LIVE side GND and ISOLATED (NEUTRAL) side GND or EARTH side GND and never measure the LIVE side GND and ISOLATED (NEUTRAL) side GND or EARTH side GND at the same time with a measuring apparatus (oscilloscope etc.). If above note will not be kept, a fuse or any parts will be broken. (6) If any repair has been made to the chassis, it is recommended that the B1 setting should be checked or adjusted (See B1 POWER SUPPLY check). (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 resistor 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 overheating should be replaced. Always use the manufacturer's replacement components.

0.15 F AC-TYPE PLACE THIS PROBE ON EACH EXPOSED METAL PART

1500 GOOD EARTH GROUND

10W

(10) High voltage hold down circuit check. After repair of the high voltage hold down circuit, this circuit shall be checked to operate correctly.See item "How to check the high voltage hold down circuit".
This mark shows a fast operating fuse, the letters indicated below show the rating. POWER CORD REPLACEMENT WARNING.
Connecting the white line side of power cord to "WHT" character side. PWB White line side

A

V
WHT

PW

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Install the unit on stable flooring or stands. The temperature sensor that protects the unit will be activated when internal temperature exceeds the pre-determined level and power will be turned off automatically.Take precautionary measures to prevent the unit from tipping in order to protect against accidents and earthquakes.2. SPACE REQUIRED FOR INSTALLATION OF THE DISPLAY UNIT 8 inch/200 mm 6 inch/150 mm 6 inch/150 mm 2 inch/50 mm 2 inch/50 mm SPACE REQUIRED FOR INSTALLATION OF THE RECEIVER UNIT 4 inch/100 mm 4 inch/100 mm 4 inch/100 mm 4 inch/100 mm 1-4 (No.2 INSTALLATION 1. cooling efficiency may deteriorate and temperature inside the unit will rise. between the unit with and the surrounding walls.Therefore. please make sure pay attention not to block the heat dissipation vent as well as the ventilation outlet behind the unit and ensure that there is room for ventilation around it.1.2 INSTALLATION REQUIREMENTS Ensure that the minimal distance is maintained. as specified below.1 HEAT DISSIPATION If the heat dissipation vent behind this unit is blocked.2. 1. as well as the floor etc.YA029) .

FRONT PANEL. make use of screensavers.Pay careful attention not to scratch or stain the front of the PDP (surface) with hands. This may cause the optical filter to deteriorate in quality and color. (No.When replacing exterior parts. Place a mat. etc.3.4 OPTICAL FILTER (PANEL FILTER) Avoid placing the unit under direct sunlight over a prolonged period of time.3. (2) Do not place equipment horizontallyEnsure that it is placed upright and not horizontally during transportation and storage as the PDP is very vulnerable to lateral impacts and may break easily under such circumstances. This may cause the filter to deteriorate in quality or the coating on the surface to come off. If replacement is made with the PDP surface facing downward and in contact with the blanket.As Tthis may also shorten the life span of the PDP. avoid direct infrared rays (and reflected rays in some cases) from the screen by either changing the direction of the unit or other infrared systems or securing a longer keeping a distance from the screen. switching to complementary colors or inserting animated images at periodic intervals.1. turn off the display when not in use. This is not a defect but is because due to the discharge surface of the lighted portion has becomebeing relatively activated and its luminance higher than the unlighted parts. and avoid stacking them on one another. 1.When switching to another image after continuous display of the previous image. as luminance in a part of the display is higher than the other parts. the front of the PDP should be placed facing downward. ensure that the unit is loaded along the traveling direction of travel of the vehicle. pressure exerted on the internal PDP (Plasma Display Panel) due to improper handling (such as tossing and dropping) may cause damages even when the unit is carefully packed..3. Therefore.3. pressure may be exerted on the PDP. thus causing damages to it. and this may give rise to glitchescause malfunctions in infrared remote controls or communication systems placed near it. optical filter):Do not exert pressure on the front of the PDP (glass surface).3 HANDLING FOR PLASMA DISPLAY PANEL 1.3. underneath to avoid causing scratches to the front surface. In this case. 1. Ensure that the unit is carried by at least 2 persons and pay careful attention not to exert any vibration or impact on it.1 PRECAUTIONS DURING NOTES FOR TRANSPORTATION When transporting the display unit. ensure that they are stacked in 2 layers or less even when placed upright. pay careful attention prior to delivery such as through explaining the handling instructions to transporters.Burn-in does not occur in the case of animated images. 1. ‘burn-ins’ may occur when a same image is continuously displayed over an extended period of time. 1.For storage.As Tthe filter surface is fragile.YA029)1-5 . never use materials that are too soft (such as blanket cloth).5 NOTES PRECAUTIONS FOR REPLACEMENT OF EXTERIOR PARTS Take note of the following when replacing exterior parts (back REAR COVER.Do not use solvents such as benzine or thinner to wipe the filter surface.As burn-in is more likely to occur with high brightness and contrast settings.2 RESIDUAL IMAGE / BURN-IN ON SCREEN Like CRTs. residual images may become prominent. Ddo not scratch or hit it with hard materials.3 INFRARED RAYS Near Near-infrared rays (800nm to 1000nm) are emitted from the front of the panel. or allow even distribution on the display by inverting the brightness.During transportation. To prevent accidents from occurring during transportation.However.Clean the filter surface by wiping it softly lightly with outing flannels a soft and lightly fuzz cloth (such as flannel). Ensure that the following requirements are met during transportation. try to use neutral gradations or medium tone colors. scroll the screen. as the PDP of this unit is made of glass and therefore fragile: (1) Avoid vibrations and impacts The unit may be broken if it is toppled sideways even when properly packed.

1-6 (No. INDEX-SCREEN This allows you to quickly look at to 12channels at a time so that you can decide which one to watch. MOVING THE SCREEN UP & DOWN Adjusts the vertical position of the screen. OFF TIMER Setting for situations such as falling asleep while watching TV. 480p. 720p. It is convenient for taking down notes like application address and recipe of cooking program etc. 2. 2.1 HIGH-DEFINITION IMAGE TECHNOLOGY (DIST) DIST is a digital high-definition image processing technology that converts various image input signals such as NTSC(480i). FREEZE SCREEN The images that are currently seen can be viewed on the memo screen (still picture).1.YA029) . misty outline can be seen in fast moving images. Using natural cinema will enable viewing of clear images even in fast moving images. 2.1.2 MAIN FUNCTION AUTO POWER OFF The power supply of the TV will be cut off automatically when there is a continuous absence of signal for 4 minutes.3 ASPECT CONTROL SCREEN SIZE SWITCHING Desired screen size (PANORAMA / CINEMA / FULL / HD PANORAMA / REGULAR / CINEMA ZOOM) can be selected.SECTION 2 SPECIFIC SERVICE INSTRUCTIONS 2. NATURAL CINEMA When viewing film-originated movie and animation.1. The power supply of the TV will be cut off automatically when the time exceeds the set up timing (maximum 2 hours). and for prevention against forgetting to turn off the TV.1.4 MULTI-SCREEN FUNCTION SPLIT-SCREEN 2 programs an be viewed at the same time. and 1080i into a format with the best resolution for a display device such as a plasma display panel.1 FEATURES 2. or when there is a maximum of 3 consecutive hours of no operation from user. and displays highdefinition images. while enjoying the current program.

110mm vertically. (2) DARK FAULT In this pixel fault. check the following specifications in order to offer a suitable reply.110mm vertical. The size of a cell is 0. The cell pitch is 0.095mm Pitch of pixel One pixel (1dot) H 0. 1. (No.365mm horizontal (1.365mm horizontally and 1.2. The PDP inevitably includes cell that do not light or light constantly. One picture element (pixel) is composed of Red.3 PIXEL FAULT There are three pixel faults . For checking this pixel fault.that are respectively defined as follows.2 CELL ARRANGEMENT The PDP is constructed of front and rear glass substrates provided with respective discharge electrodes.YA029)1-7 . As shown in Fig.2. a cell that should not light originally is lighting on and off. For checking this pixel fault. neon for discharging and xenon for generating ultraviolet rays are enclosed.bright fault . a cell that should light originally is not lighting or lighting with the brightness twice as brighter as originally lighting. the cells are arranged for each R / G / B colour.1 CAUTION Although a PDP is made with highly advanced precision.1. (1) BRIGHT FAULT In this pixel fault.1. In event of inquiries from customers regarding PDP performance.1 PDP (PLASMA DISPLAY PANEL) DESCRIPTION 2. input 100% of each R/G/B colour and find out the cell that is not lighting. For checking this pixel fault. Between these. A pixel consists of each cell of R/G/B/ colour. Direction Horizontal(H) 1st pixel array B G R 2nd pixel array B G R 851th pixel array B G R 852th pixel array B G R Vertical(V) 1st pixel line 2nd pixel line B G R B G R B G R B G R 479th pixel line 480th pixel line B G R B G R B G R B G R V 1.1.2.1 PIXEL (CELL) ARRANGEMENT 2.365mm Pitch of cell Fig. 2. an adequate description cannot be conveyed to the customer. a cell that should light originally or not light originally is flashing on and off. input ALL BLACK SCREEN signal or 100% of each RGB colour and find out the cell that is flashing on and off. input ALL BLACK SCREEN and find out the cell that is lighting on and off. (3) FLICKER FAULT In the pixel fault.095mm per pixel) by 1.2.2 TECHNICAL INFORMATION 2. If the specifications (PDP performance) are unclear at the time of shipment. dark fault and flicker fault .2. this does not necessarily mean all of the cells operate correctly.110mm Pitch of pixel (Pitch of cell) B G R B G R B cell G cell R cell B G R B G R H 1. Green and Blue (RGB) cells.

3V OSD Ys Not used Not used Audio muting [Muting: H] Horizontal sync for OSD Not used Not used Not used Not used AC power supply (60Hz) Not used Tuner power control [ON : L] LPF input LPF output Reset (L) [Reset : L] OSD YM OSD B Lighting for power [Lighting : H] OSD G OSD R Not used AMDP program load Not used Not used 3.2.BUSY /TEST OSD_YS /DPCRST BS/D A_MU /MICON_H M_MU P46.2. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 Terminal name BS-RxD /MICON_V LB_PRO NC /RST CONV.3V IP clock switch [ON : L] IP clock switch [ON : L] Not used PDP communication Function 1-8 (No.2 MAIN MI-COM FUNCTIONAL TABLE [RECEIVER UNIT] Pin No.OSDXO SDA2 AC_IN SCL2 TU_POW VCOI PDO /IP_RESET OSD_YM OSD_B POW_LED OSD_G OSD_R VREF IP_ERR IREF COMP AVDD CLL VREFLS SUB_CCD NC VSS MAIN_CCD VREFHS CLH VDD/VPP CLKSW1 CLKSW2 ON_TIM PDP-Rx Port name SBO0 /VSYNC P84 NC /RST P52 IRQ4 /TEST YS P83 P50 P82 /HSYNC P81 P46 OSDXI P45 OSDXO P44 TM5IOB P42 P41 VCOI PDO P80 DAYMOUT DABOUT P77 DAGOUT DAROUT VREF P76 IREF COMP AVDD CLL VREFLS CVBS1 NC VSS CVBS0 VREFHS CLH VDD(VPP) P75 P74 P27 SBO1 I/O O I I I I I O O O O I O I/O I O O I O O O O O O O I I I I I O I I I I I I I O O O O PDP communication Vertical sync for OSD Low B protection detect [Detection : H] Not used Reset for CPU [Reset : L] Not used 3.OSDXI P45.3V Not used Standard voltage (For SUB CCD) Not used Not used GND Not used Standard voltage (For MAIN CCD) Not used 3.YA029) .

YA029)1-9 .3V I2C bus clock (for general) Not used I2C bus data (for general) I2C bus data (for digital input) Not used Not used Picture muting [Muting : H] (No.Pin No.5CTL /DVI_RST DVI_HP /MDR_CON /BS_POW BS_CLK_SEL TU2_AID /LOB_POW /COMPULINK /POWERGOOD MECHA_SW /MAIN_POW NC /B1_POW C/N X_RAY EE_CDS KEY2 KEY1 SCL1 SDA1 REMO NC VSS OSC2 OSC1 VDD SCL0 NC SDA0 DVI_SDA NC NC P_MU Port name P25 SBD1 SBT1 P23 P22 P21 P20 PWM2 PWM1 PWM0 P73 P14 ADIN8 P72 /IRQ3 /IRQ2 P10/IRQ1 P71 NC P70 ADIN4 ADIN3 ADIN2 ADIN1 ADIN0 SCL1 SDA1 RMIN/IRQ0 P87 VSS OSC2 OSC1 VDD SCL0 P86 SDA0 P57SBT0 P56SBD0 NC P85 I/O I I I O O O O O O O O I O I I I O O I I I I I O I/O I O I O I I O O I/O O I O PDP communication Port for writing on board Not used Not used Not used Not used Not used Function DVI Connection detect [Connect : H] Panel connection detect [Connect : L] Not used Not used Not used LOW B power control Not used Power condition check [ON : L] Discontinuation of mechanical swtich detection [Pussing : L] Main power control [ON : L] Not used Not used Not used Not used Not used Key scan data [ON : H] Key scan data [ON : H] I2C bus clock (For Main memory) I2C bus data (For Main memory) Remote control data Not used GND 4MHz oscillation for system clock 4MHz oscillation for system clock 3. 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80 81 82 83 84 Terminal name PDP-Tx SBT1 NC NC SRQ BS1.

3. be sure to disconnect the power cord from the wall outlet.2 X F T E DISPLAY SW ASS'Y C TOP SIDE SPEAKER COVER Fig.1 DISASSEMBLY PROCEDURE (DISPLLAY UNIT) • Prior to assembly/disassembly procedure of the set. Take out the REAR COVER.1 1-10 (No.1 (1) (2) (3) REMOVING THE REAR COVER (Fig. • Perform the following procedures on a flat and strong place.YA029) . (2) Take out the SIDE SPEAKER COVER.2 REMOVING THE SIDE SPEAKER COVER (Fig.1) (1) Remove the 4 screws [ C ].1. Remove the 12 screws [ B ].1. B A REAR COVER I SIDE SPEAKER COVER C H J SHIELD COVER D MAIN SPEAKER ASS'Y G TERMINAL BRACKET DISPLAY LED PWB DISPLAY SW PWB Fig. (3) Remove the other hand SIDE SPEAKER COVER same steps.SECTION 3 DISASSEMBLY 3. 3.1) Remove the 9 screws [ A ] .

(1) Remove the [ CN8001 ] ( AC IN ) connector on the SMPS PWB. (2) Remove the 2 screws [ O ] attaching the MDR connector. (2) Remove the 1 screw [ K ] attaching the earth wire ( black ) on the PDP UNIT. [ C ]. [ D ].2) • Remove the REAR COVER. (4) If necessary. • Remove the SHIELD COVER.7 REMOVING THE SHIELD COVER (Fig. • Remove the DISPLAY SW ASS'Y.2) NOTE: Please do not disassembly MAIN SPEAKER ASS'Y.1. Q L V C2 D C MDR DVI AUDIO PWB M N SL CB DISPLAY INTERFACE PWB A X LVDS T E SR G C1 LINE FILTER PWB B A C D O CN8001 SMPS PWB K P EARTH WIRE (BLACK) CN9003 VIDEO SMPS PWB Fig. (4) Remove the 2 screws [ Q ]. (1) Remove the 2 screws [ G ]. (2) Take out the DISPLAY SW PWB. (3) Remove the other hand MAIN SPEAKER ASS'Y same steps. (3) Remove the 2 screws [ P ] attaching the DVI connector. EARTH WIRE (GREEN &YELLOW) INSULATOR 3. 3.1. (1) Remove the 5 screws [ I ]. • Remove the TERMINAL BRACKET. (5) Take out the AUDIO PWB. 3. (3) Take out the TERMINAL BRACKET. (2) Take out the DISPLAY SW ASS'Y. (3) Remove the [ CN9003 ] ( B ) connector on the VIDEO SMPS PWB.1) • Remove the SIDE SPEAKER COVER.1) • Remove the REAR COVER. 3.4 REMOVING THE DISPLAY SW ASS'Y (Fig. (4) Remove the 2 screws [ M ] .1. (5) Take out the DISPLAY INTERFACE PWB. 3.1. (1) Remove the 3 screws [ F ]. Fig.6 REMOVING THE SENSOR PWB (Fig. (3) Remove the [ T ] connector on the DISPLAY SW PWB. (2) Remove the [ A ].9 REMOVING THE LINE FILTER PWB (Fig. 3. (3) Remove the [ X ] connector on the SENSOR PWB. (1) Remove the [ A ]. • Remove the SIDE SPEAKER COVER. • Remove the SHIELD COVER. • Remove the TERMINAL BRACKET. 3. (2) Take out the MAIN SPEAKER ASS'Y. (4) Remove the 4 screws [ N ].5 REMOVING THE DISPLAY SW PWB (Fig. • Remove the SHIELD COVER.2) • Remove the REAR COVER. [ D ] connector on the DISPLAY INTERFACE PWB.1. (1) Remove the 2 screws [ E ]. [ T ]. • Remove the TERMINAL BRACKET.11 REMOVING THE DISPLAY INTERFACE PWB (Fig. remove the [SR] and [SL] connector. • Remove the SHIELD COVER. (1) Remove the [ SR ]. [ LVDS ] connector on the DISPLAY INTERFACE PWB. (2) Take out the SENSOR PWB.1) • Remove the SIDE SPEAKER COVER.1. (1) Remove the 6 screws [ H ]. A performance may be influenced if it disassembly.2 (No.1) • Remove the SIDE SPEAKER COVER. [ SL ]. [ E ]. [ V ].YA029)1-11 . [ X ].3 REMOVING THE MAIN SPEAKER ASS'Y (Fig. 3.3. [ CB ] connector on the AUDIO PWB.8 REMOVING THE TERMINAL BRACKET (Fig. (2) Take out the SHIELD COVER. (2) Remove the 2 screws [ J ]. [ G ].1.1) • Remove the REAR COVER. (1) Remove the 2 screws [ D ].1. (5) Take out the LINE FILTER PWB.2) • Remove the REAR COVER.10 REMOVING THE AUDIO PWB (Fig. (3) Remove the 1 screw [ L ] attaching the earth wire ( green and yellow ).1. [ C ].1.

• Remove the DISPLAY INTERFACE PWB. • Remove the LINE FILTER PWB. 3.1.3) • Remove the REAR COVER. • Remove the AUDIO PWB. • Remove the BACK FRAME BRACKET.15 REMOVING THE PDP UNIT (Fig. • Remove the LINE FILTER PWB. (3) Take out the TEMP. • Remove the TERMINAL BRACKET. • Remove the AUDIO PWB.14 REMOVING THE TEMP. 3. 3. SENSOR PWB.1. R S WOOFER SPEAKER HOLDER CHASSIS BASE W X U BACK FRAME BRACKET T EARTH WIRE T U T Y SPEAKER (WOOFER ) WOOFER SPEAKER BOX BACK FRAME SPACER T BACK FRAME BRACKET V V WOOFER SPEAKER BACK COVER TEMP. • Remove the CHASSIS BASE.3. • Remove the SHIELD COVER. • Remove the DISPLAY INTERFACE PWB. (3) If necessary. (2) Remove the screw [ V ]. (1) Remove the 4 screws [ T ].12 REMOVING THE CHASSIS BASE (Fig. SENSOR PWB. (5) Remove the other hand WOOFER same steps. • Remove the TERMINAL BRACKET. (3) If necessary. (1) Rise with the back frame spacer on the PDP UNIT back side. remove the cable and wires from wire clamp. • Remove the TERMINAL BRACKET.3) • Remove the REAR COVER. (4) Take out the WOOFER. (2) Take out the PDP UNIT. • Remove the DISPLAY INTERFACE PWB.1. • Remove the TEMP. • Remove the LINE FILTER PWB.1.16 REMOVING THE WOOFER SPEAKER BOX (Fig. 3. SENSOR PWB TOP PDP UNIT Fig. (1) Remove the [ V ] connector on the TEMP.3) • Remove the REAR COVER. (2) Remove the 1 screw [ S ] attaching the earth wire. 3.YA029) .1.13 REMOVING THE BACK FRAME BRACKET (Fig. (2) Pull up the WOOFER SPEAKER HOLDER.3) • Remove the WOOFER SPEAKER BOX. (3) Remove the 4 screws [ Y ].1. (2) Remove the 4 screws [ U ]. (4) Pull up the CHASSIS BASE. • Remove the CHASSIS BASE.3 1-12 (No. (4) Pull up the BACK FRAME BRACKET. SENSOR PWB (Fig.3) (1) Remove the 6 screws [ W ].3) • Remove the REAR COVER. • Remove the SHIELD COVER.17 REMOVING THE SPEAKER (WOOFER) (Fig. • Remove the SHIELD COVER. remove the cable and wires from wire clamp. SENSOR PWB. (1) Remove the 20 screws [ X ]. • Remove the AUDIO PWB. (2) Take out the WOOFER SPEAKER BOX. (1) Remove the 2 screws [ R ]. (5) The other hand BACK FRAME BRACKET is removed same steps.

(4) Remove the 2 screws [ e ] attaching the UPPER BRACKET. • Remove the BACK FRAME BRACKET. • Remove the TERMINAL BRACKET. (3) Remove the screw [ b ] attaching the earth wire. • Remove the CHASSIS BASE.3. • Remove the AUDIO PWB. • Remove the PDP UNIT. • Remove the TERMINAL BRACKET. • Remove the AUDIO PWB.18 THE SIDE BLACKET (Fig. (4) Pull up the SIDE BRACKET. (2) Remove the 6 screws [ d ] attaching the GLASS HOLDER (UPPER) from upper side. (3) Pull up the UPPER BRACKET. • Remove the CHASSIS BASE. (5) Remove the 6 screws [ f ] attaching the GLASS HOLDER (UPPER) from under side. • Remove the SHIELD COVER. (5) Remove the other hand SIDE BRACKET same steps.1. • Remove the LINE FILTER PWB. (6) Take out the FRONT FILTER. (2) Remove the screw [ a ].19 REMOVE THE FRONT FILTER (Fig. (1) Remove the 2 screws [ c ] attaching the UPPER BRACKET. • Remove the DISPLAY INTERFACE PWB.YA029)1-13 . • Remove the BACK FRAME BRACKET. Z PDP UNIT a SIDE BRACKET GLASS HOLDER (UNDER) MOUNTING BOSS e f UPPER BRACKET UNDER BRACKET c EARTH WIRE b a Z GLASS HOLDER (UPPER) TOP d FRONT PANEL SIDE BRACKET FRONT FILTER Fig.4 (No. • Remove the LINE FILTER PWB.4) • Remove the REAR COVER. • Remove the SHIELD COVER.1. • Remove the DISPLAY INTERFACE PWB. (1) Remove the 2 screws [ Z ]. • Remove the PDP UNIT. 3.4) • Remove the REAR COVER.

1.3.2 REMOVING THE X-MAIN PWB • Removing the REAR COVER.1. (2) Remove the 5 screws [j].1. (3) Remove the E-BUF PWB.6 REMOVING THE LOGIC-MAIN PWB • Remove the REAR COVER. (2) Remove the 4 screws [p]. (2) Remove the 5 screws [I].1.20.1. 3. and remove the CN5504/ CN5505 connectors on the Y-BUF-L PWB.1. • Remove the BACK FRAME. (2) Remove the 8 screws [h]. (1) Remove the FC4/CN402/FE1/FG1 connectors on the FBUF PWB. 3. (2) Remove the 6 screws [m]. (4) Remove the Y-BUF-L PWB. • Remove the Y-BUF-L PWB. 1-14 (No. (1) Remove the EC1/EC2/EC3/CN401/CN806/EF1 connectors on the E-BUF PWB.20.1. 3. • Remove the SPEAKER BRACKET (left). (2) Remove thr 4 screws [n]. • Remove the SPEAKER BRACKET (right).20.1.5 REMOVING THE Y-MAIN PWB • Remove the REAR COVER.1. (1) Remove the CN9001/CN9002/CN9004/CN9005/CN9006/ CN9007 connectors on the VIDEO SMPS PWB.3 REMOVING THE Y-BUF-U PWB • Remove the REAR COVER.8 REMOVING THE F-BUF PWB • Remove the REAR COVER.20. (1) Remove the CN8007/CN8008/CN8004/BUFFER/CN8003/ CN8009/CN8002 connectors on the SMPS PWB. • Remove the BACK FRAME. (2) Remove the 6 screws [l].7 REMOVING THE E-BUF PWB • Remove the REAR COVER.9 REMOVING THE G-BUF PWB • Remove the REAR COVER. (4) Remove the Y-BUF-U PWB.20. (1) Remove the CN5501/CN5502/CN5503/CN5506 connectors on the Y-BUF-L PWB. 3.1.20.10 REMOVING THE VIDEO SMPS PWB • Remove the REAR COVER. 3. and remove the CN5404/ CN5405 connectors on the Y-BUF-U PWB. • Remove the Y-BUF-U PWB.1 REMOVING THE SMPS PWB • Remove the REAR COVER. (1) Remove the CN4001/CN4002/CN4003/CN4004/CN4005 connectors on the X-MAIN PWB.4 REMOVING THE Y-BUF-L PWB • Remove the REAR COVER. • Remove the CHASSIS BASE.20 DISASSEMBLY PDP UNIT 3. (3) Remove the F-BUF PWB. (1) Remove the CN5401/CN5402/CN5403/CN5406 connectors on the Y-BUF-U PWB. (3) Lift the Y-BUF-L PWB slightly. • Remove the CHASSIS BASE. (3) Remove the LOGIC-MAIN PWB. (1) Remove the GC5/GC6/GC7/CN403/GF1 connectors on the G-BUF PWB. (2) Remove the 8 screws [g].YA029) . • Remove the CHASSIS BASE. • Remove the CHASSIS BASE. (1) Remove the CN5001/CN5008 connectors on the Y-MAIN PWB. 3. (3) Remove the G-BUF PWB.20. (3) Remove the VIDEO SMPS PWB. (3) Remove the X-MAIN PWB. (2) Remove the 7 screws [k]. 3. • Remove the BACK FRAME. 3.20.1. (2) Remove the 6 screws [o]. • Remove the CHASSIS BASE.20. 3. (3) Lift the Y-BUF-U PWB slightly. (1) Remove the CN101/CN201/CN401/CN402/CN403/CN803 connectors on the LOGIC-MAIN PWB. (3) Remove the Y-MAIN PWB.20. (3) Remove the SMPS PWB.

CN9005 CN9007 CN9006 CN9003 CN9002 CN9001 CN9004 CN5008 CN5001 CN5401 CN5404 CN5402 CN5406 CN5405 CN5505 CN5501 CN5506 CN5502 CN5504 CN5503 CN4002 CN4005 CN5403 CN4001 CN4003 CN402 CN403 CN8003 BUFFER CN8004 CN8007 CN8008 CN8009 CN8002 CN8001 CN201 CN803 CN101 CN401

CN4004

EC1

EC2

EC3

FC4 FC4 GC5

GC6

GC7

CN806 CN401 EF1 FE1 CN402 GF1 CN403

Y-MAIN PWB

VIDEO SMPS PWB

SMPS PWB

X-MAIN PWB

Y-BUF-U PWB

Y-BUF-L PWB

E-BUF PWB F-BUF PWB LOGIC-MAIN PWB
Fig.5

G-BUF PWB

(No.YA029)1-15

3.2

DISASSEMBLY PROCEDURE (RECEIVER UNIT) (Fig. 6) • Remove the DIGITAL INPUT MODULE. • Remove the MI-COM & DIST MODULE PWB and DIST RELAY PWB. (1) Remove the [ CN1001 ] and [ CN1002 ] connector on the MAIN PWB. (2) Remove the [ CN90PW ] [ CN900X ] and [ CN90E1 ] connector on the RECEIVER POWER PWB. (3) Remove the earth wire [ CN90E2 ] from chassis. (4) Remove the 6 screws [ P ]. (5) Take out the RECEIVER POWER PWB. 3.2.7 REMOVING THE FRONT PANEL • Remove the TOP COVER. (1) Remove the 1 screw [ Q ] from front side. (2) Remove the 1 screw [ R ] from top side. (3) Remove the 2 claws [ Y ] from left and right side. (4) Pull out the FRONT PANEL. 3.2.8 REMOVING THE DAMPER • Remove the TOP COVER. • Remove the FRONT PANEL. (1) Remove the 1 screw [ S ] from back side of the FRONT PANEL. (2) Remove the DAMPER. 3.2.9 REMOVING THE FRONT CONTROL PWB • Remove the TOP COVER. • Remove the FRONT PANEL. (1) Remove the card wire from the [ H ] and [ G ] connector. (2) Remove the 4 screws [ T ]. (3) Take out the FRONT CONTROL PWB. 3.2.10 REMOVING THE RECEIVER PWB • Remove the TOP COVER. • Remove the BACK COVER. • Remove the CHASSIS BRACKET. • Remove the DIGITAL INPUT MODULE. • Remove the MI-COM & DIST MODULE PWB and DIST RELAY PWB. (1) Remove the [ CN1005 ] and [ CN1006 ] connector. (2) Pull up the RECEIVER PWB. 3.2.11 REMOVING THE MAIN PWB • Remove the TOP COVER. • Remove the BACK COVER. • Remove the CHASSIS BRACKET. • Remove the DIGITAL INPUT MODULE. • Remove the MI-COM & DIST MODULE PWB and DIST RELAY PWB. • Remove the FRONT PANEL. • Remove the RECEIVER PWB. (1) Remove the 3 screws [ U ] attaching the bracket. (2) Remove the 2 screws [ V ]. (3) Remove the 2 screws [ W ]. (4) Take out the MAIN PWB.

• Make sure that the power cord is pulled out from the AC wall socket. 3.2.1 REMOVING THE TOP COVER (1) Remove the 4 screws [ A ] from both side of the TOP COVER. (2) Remove the 3 screws [ B ] from rear side of the TOP COVER. (3) Pull up the TOP COVER. 3.2.2 REMOVING THE BACK COVER • Remove the TOP COVER. (1) Remove the 2 screws [ C ] attaching the AC connector. (2) Remove the 3 screws [ D ]. (3) Remove the 6 screws [ E ] attaching the each jacks. (4) Remove the 2 screws [ F ] attaching the digital connector. (5) Remove the 2 screws [ G ] attaching the DIGITAL INPUT MODULE. (6) Remove the 2 screws [ H ] attaching the DVI terminal. (7) Remove the 1 nat [ I ] attaching the antenna terminal. (8) Take out the rear cover. 3.2.3 REMOVING THE CHASSIS BRACKET • Remove the TOP COVER. (1) Remove the 2 screws [ J ]. (2) Pull up the CHASSIS BRACKET. 3.2.4 REMOVING THE DIGITAL INPUT MODULE • Remove the TOP COVER. • Remove the BACK COVER. (1) Remove the connector [ AU ], [ SR ], [ DC ], [ Q ] on the DIGITAL INPUT MODULE. (2) Remove the 2 screws [ K ]. (3) Take out the DIGITAL INPUT MODULE. 3.2.5 REMOVING THE MI-COM & DIST MODULE PWB AND DIST RELAY PWB • Remove the TOP COVER. • Remove the BACK COVER. • Remove the DIGITAL INPUT MODULE. (1) Remove the [ CN100A ] connector on the MI-COM & DIST MODULE PWB. (2) Remove the 2 screws [ L ]. (3) Remove the 2 screws [ M ]. (4) Remove the 2 screws [ N ]. (5) Pull up the DIST RELAY PWB from MAIN PWB. (6) Remove the 5 screws [ O ] attaching the MI-COM & DIST MODULE PWB. (7) Take out the MI-COM & DIST MODULE PWB and DIST RELAY PWB from the DIST HOLDER. 3.2.6 REMOVING THE RECEIVER POWER PWB • Remove the TOP COVER. • Remove the BACK COVER.

CAUTION AT DISASSEMBLY DIGITAL INPUT MODULE
Prior to disassembly, unplug the power code from the AC outlet without fail. (Turn the power "off".) Short the SB connector [1] pin and [2] pin of the DIGITAL INPUT MODULE. (At the time of assembling) Before the rear panel is inserted into the cabinet, release the short-circuit between the SB connector [1] pin and [2] pin of the DIGITAL INPUT MODULE. After releasing the short-circuit between the SB connectors, do not turn the power on until the rear panel is inserted into the cabinet. Negligence in carrying out the above steps may cause the inactivation of the TV.

1 3 5

2 4 6 SB connector

BACK COVER

1-16 (No.YA029)

A

TOP COVER

(x4)

B
(x3)

L M
(x2)

N A J
(x2)

(x2)

DIST HOLDER

CN100A

DIST RELAY PWB CHASSIS BRACKET MI-COM & DIST MODULE PWB

b

J

(x2)

RECEIVER PWB

a FRONT PANEL (BACK SIDE)
S

O (x5)

c
CN1006 CN1001 CN1002

P
(x6)

RECEIVER POWER PWB

FRONT PANEL
Q

DAMPER
R (x1) Y CN1005 V
(x2)

g Claw
T

CN90PW

CN90E1 CN90E2 CN900X

Y

Claw
G

(x4)

H

MAIN PWB
(x2)

W

FRONT CONTROL PWB FFC WIRE

BOTTOM CASE

b g d e a d e
DC AU Q SR K (x2)

C

EARTH WIRE

U
(x2)

CN90E2

FRONT PANEL

BRACKET DIGITAL INPUT MODULE PWB

AC INLET

c
FRONT DOOR ANTENNA TERMINAL BACK COVER
I E
(x6)

F H
(x2)

G
(x2)

D
(x3)

(x2)

Fig.6

(No.YA029)1-17

The [SETTINGS OF FACTORY SHIPMENT] setting is as next page. If the switches have not been properly set. confirm that the setting of TV / CATV SW of the REMOTE CONTROL UNIT is at the "TV" side and the setting of VCR / DVD SW is at the "VCR" side. you cannot enter the SERVICE MODE.3. and the normal image might not appear. To replace the memory IC without the data written. malfunctions might occurred while power is on.YA029) . [Be sure to use the IC written with the initial values of data] (3) Plug the power cord into the wall outlet and switch the power on. set if necessary.YC SEP 3. MEMORY SETUP: Do not adjust Memory data edit 6. RF AFC: AFC setting (Automaticaly set) MAIN MENU 7. be sure to use the IC written with the initial values of data. When replacing the memory IC. PICTURE/SOUND (sound and picture setting) Sound circuits (A) Video circuits (S) Deflection circuits (D) Factory setting items (F) 2.3. IP DIST processing setting Fixed Fixed Fixed Fixed Fixed 0. (1) Switch the power off and unplug the power cord from the wall outlet. (2) Replacing the memory IC.PICTURE/SOUND 2.WHITE BALANCE 4. HDMI Digital input process setting Fixed Fixed 1. PANEL: Do not adjust Panel power limit control Fixed Fixed Fixed Fixed 8. (6) SERVICE MODE Check the SERVICE MODE setting items of setting mode in Table 1.1 PROCEDURE FOR REPLACING THE MEMORY IC NOTE: Before entering the SERVICE MODE. PP Multi-screen processing setting Adjust Fixed Fixed Fixed Fixed 9. WHITE BALANCE: Cannot adjust 4. SERVICE MODE SETTING ITEMS Setting items Settings Item No.DD/CM 7.PANEL 8. 3.HDMI 1-18 (No.3 REPLACEMENT OF MEMORY IC This unit uses the nonvolatile memory IC. (4) Receive channel setting (5) User setting Memories the user setting items. For setting method. The memory IC memories data for video-chroma and drive circuits.RF AFC 6.IP 0. 1. DD/CM Panel image processing setting Adjust Fixed Fixed DDT01~DDT34 CMT01~CMT57 DDP01~DDP37 CMP01~CMP03 PDA001~PDA012 PDB001~PDA021 RGA001~RGA003 ADM001~ADM034 PPA001~PPA008 PPB001~PPB036 PPC001~PPC008 PPD001~PPD025 IPA001~IPA120 IPB001~IPB079 IPC001~IPC044 IPD001~IPD026 IPE001~IPE015 HDM001~HDM080 RHD001~RHD170 Fixed 5.PP 9. please refer to the [ADJUSTMENT PREPARATION : ADJUSTMENT PROCEDURE ] of ADJUSTMENT section.MEMORY SETUP 5. YC SEP 3-dimensional YC separation setting Adjust Fixed YCM001~YCM185 YCS001~YCS114 Fixed Adjust Fixed Adjust A01~A27 S01~S99 D01~D32 F01~F59 3.

3.2 REMOTE CONTROL DIRECT OPERATION Setting value TV CABLE-02 10 OFF OFF OFF ON ON PANORAMA OFF DINAMIC AUTO Setting item INPUT CHANNEL VOLUME Setting item INPUT CHANNEL VOLUME MUTING DISPLAY SOUND AHS BBE AHB ASPECT OFF TIMER VIDEO STATUS NATURAL CINEMA 3. NTSC MODE PICTURE DINAMIC STANDARD GAME THEATER HD MODE PICTURE DINAMIC STANDARD GAME THEATER (2) SOUND Setting item TREBLE BASS BALANCE MTS (3) SETTINGS Setting item POSITION ADJUSTMENT VIDEO STATUS XDS ID POWER INDICATOR TV SPEAKER OFF AUDIO OUTPUT LANGUAGE CLOSED CAPTION Setting value Center DYNAMIC ON HIGH ON FIX ENG OFF Setting item NOISE MUTING FRONT PANEL LOCK AUTO SHUT OFF DIGITAL-IN V-CHIP AUTO DEMO IMAGE SHIFT V1 SMART INPUT Setting value ON OFF OFF SIZE-1 OFF OFF STD OFF 00 00 00 STREO Setting value +05 00 -05 00 BRIGHT -02 00 00 00 COLOR -08 00 +03 00 TINT 00 00 00 00 DETAIL +05 00 -03 00 COLOR DIG.2.2.3.YA029)1-19 . NOISE COLOR TEMPERATURE CLEAR MANAGEMENT HIGH OFF VIVID LOW OFF VIVID HIGH OFF VIVID HIGH OFF VIVID (No.3.2.1 BUTTON OPERATION (DISPLAY UNIT) Setting value TV 1 10 3.2 SETTINGS OF FACTORY SHIPMENT 3.3. NOISE COLOR TEMPERATURE CLEAR MANAGEMENT HIGH OFF VIVID LOW OFF VIVID HIGH OFF VIVID LOW OFF VIVID +04 00 -05 00 BRIGHT -03 00 00 00 COLOR +08 00 -03 00 TINT 00 00 00 00 DETAIL +06 00 -03 00 COLOR DIG.3.3 REMOTE CONTROL MENU OPERATION (1) PICTURE ADJUSTMENT Customers can adjust the picture setting of menu screen as their own like but the picture standard value during factory shipment is as below.

etc. (4) Do not reuse a chip part after removing it. diodes.] (1) As shown in the figure. capacitors. diodes. push the part with tweezers and alternately melt the solder at each lead. A B C (4) Then solder leads B and C. 3. (2) Shift with the tweezers and remove the chip part. Shift and remove the chip part. variable resistors.] [Transistors. (2) Grasp the chip part with tweezers and place it on the solder.] (1) Apply solder to the pattern as indicated in the figure. How to install Chip parts [Resistors. capacitors. (2) Do not rub the electrodes and the resist parts of the pattern.3 REPLACEMENT STEPS 1. (2) As shown in the figure. push the part with tweezers and alternately melt the solder at each end.YA029) . (3) When removing a chip part. SOLDER SOLDER (1) Apply solder to the pattern as indicated in the figure. variable resistors. (3) First solder lead A as indicated in the figure. remove remaining solder from the pattern.1 CAUTIONS (1) Avoid heating for more than 3 seconds. 2. C 1-20 (No.4.4. [Transistors.2 SOLDERING IRON (1) Use a high insulation soldering iron with a thin pointed end of it.4.3. A B NOTE : After removing the part. How to remove Chip parts [Resistors. melt the solder adequately.] (1) Apply extra solder to each lead. etc. etc.4 REPLACEMENT OF CHIP COMPONENT 3. (2) Grasp the chip part with tweezers and place it on the solder. etc. (2) A 30w soldering iron is recommended for easily removing parts. 3. Then heat and melt the solder at both ends of the chip part.

transformers and condensers) not shown in the adjustment items of this service adjustment. Setting item VIDEO STATUS COLOR TEMPERATURE DIG.3 DIST RELAY PWB MI-COM & DIST MODULE PWB RECEIVER PWB RECEIVER POWER PWB MAIN PWB BOTTOM CASE FRONT CONTROL PWB DIGITAL INPUT MODULE (No. (5) If the receive or input signal is not specified. preset the following functions with the REMOTE CONTROL UNIT.SECTION 4 ADJUSTMENTS 4. use the most appropriate signal for adjustment. (6) Never touch the parts (such as variable resistors. (2) The adjustment using the REMOTE CONTROL UNIT is made on the basis of the initial setting values.2 • • • • MEASURING INSTRUMENT AND FIXTURES DC voltmeter (or Digital voltmeter) Oscilloscope Signal generator (Pattern generator) Remote control unit MAIN PARTS LOCATIONS (RECEIVER UNIT) DIST HOLDER 4. NOISE CLEAR COLOR MANEGMENT NATURAL CINEMA DIGITAL VNR TREBLE / BASS / BALANCE BBE AHS AHB BRIGHT / CONTRAST / COLOR / TINT Center LOW OFF STD OFF OFF Center OFF OFF OFF Settings STANDARD (1) There are 2 ways of adjusting this TV : One is with the REMOTE CONTROL UNIT and the other is the conventional method using adjustment parts and components. Unless otherwise specified in the adjustment items.YA029)1-21 . (3) Make sure that connection is correctly made AC to AC power source. 4.1 ADJUSTMENT PREPARATION (7) Preparation for adjustment. The setting values which adjust the screen to the optimum condition can be different from the initial setting values. (4) Turn on the power of the TV and measuring instruments for warning up for at least 30 minutes before starting adjustments.

YA029) CN9001 (PDP UNIT : VIDEO SMPS PWB) TEMP.4 1-22 (No.4. SENSOR PWB V CN9003 (PDP UNIT : VIDEO SMPS PWB) CN8001 (PDP UNIT : SMPS PWB) CN9002 (PDP UNIT : VIDEO SMPS PWB) DISPLAY SW PWB PW A V LINE FILTER PWB MAIN PARTS LOCATIONS (DISPLAY UNIT) Q E T X T LVDS AUDIO PWB LA01 (PDP UNIT : LOGIC-MAIN PWB) DISPLAY LED PWB D A C SR CB SL B X DISPLAY INTERFACE PWB D C MAIN SPEAKER WOOFER MAIN SPEAKER .

YC SEP NTSC CINE ST L FL MUTE 9.5 SERVICE MENU SCREEN MAIN MENU 4.HDMI NTSC CINE ST L FL MUTE BR DRV CUT HDM001~080 RHD001~170 R069 R078 B054 G079 B079 GCR001 (No.YA029)1-23 .WHITE BALANCE 4.DD/CM NTSC CINE ST L FL MUTE VOLUME(+/-) key CHANNEL(+/-) key A01 001 DDT01 DDT01~34 CMT01~57 DDP01~37 CMP01~03 A01~A27 7.PICTURE/SOUND NTSC CINE ST L FL MUTE 6.YC SEP 3.HDMI 0 1 2 3 4 AA 55 00 00 FF 0 1 2 3 4 AA 55 00 00 FF 5 00 5 00 6 00 6 00 7 00 7 00 DO NOT ADJUST 5.DD/CM 7.RF AFC 6.PP 9.4.IP NTSC CINE ST L FL MUTE DO NOT ADJUST YCM001~185 YCS001~114 YCM01 IPA001 IPA001~120 IPB001~079 IPC001~044 IPD001~026 IPE001~015 3.RF AFC TOO HIGH GOOD TOO LOW TUNER AFC FINE MAIN ON -10 1.IP 0.MEMORY SETUP 5.MEMORY SETUP ADDRESS(H) 0000 1. PANEL A01 DO NOT ADJUST PDA001~012 PDB001~022 RGA001~003 S01~S99 PDA001 IN APL S01 OUT MIN TEM MAX D01~D32 8.PP D01 NTSC CINE ST L FL MUTE F01~F59 F01 PPA001 ADM001~034 PPA001~008 PPB001~036 PPC001~008 PPD001~025 2.PANEL 8.PICTURE/SOUND 2. WHITE BALANCE 0.

CH VOL VOL C.WHITE BALANCE 4. 4.6 BASIC OPERATION OF THE SERVICE MODE [USING REMOTE CONTROL] 4. (1) Set to 0 minutes using the [SLEEP TIMER] key.RF AFC 6. (+/-)] key.HDMI 4. (2) Press the [VIDEO STATUS] key and [DISPLAY] key simultaneously.3 SERVICE CONTROL KEY LAYOUT ON THE REMOTE CONTROL VCR / DVD SW TV CATV VCR DVD TV/CATV SW SPLIT FREEZE ASPECT MULTI SCREEN INDEX SWAP SELECT INPUT 1 V1 INPUT 2 1 4 7 100+ 2 5 8 0 3 6 9 RETURN+ TV V2 INPUT 3 [0]~[9] key V3 INPUT 4 V4 DIGITAL-IN THEATER NATURAL VIDEO PRO CINEMA STATUS D-IN SLEEP TIMER DISPLAY SOUND + [VIDEO STATUS] key [DISPLAY] key [CH (+/-)] key [BACK] key LIGHT [MUTING] key [VOL (+/-)] key MUTING C. Before entering the SERVICE MODE.PP 9.IP 0.C.YC SEP 3.2 HOW TO EXIT THE SERVICE MODE Press the [ BACK ] key to exit the Service mode. press any key of the [0] to [9] key to enter the corresponding menu mode.PANEL 8.PICTURE/SOUND 2. (6) Press the [MUTING] key to memorize the set value. (4) Select the service item using the [ CH (+/-)] key.6. (3) When the Main Menu is displayed. *Press any of the [0] to [9] keys before the Service Menu mode disappears. you cannot enter the SERVICE MODE.4.DD/CM 7.C.MEMORY SETUP 5.6.6. If the switches have not been properly set. MAIN MENU 1.YA029) .1 HOW TO ENTER THE SERVICE MODE NOTE: Ensure that the cursor (arrow) of the User Menu screen is pointing at Picture Control. OK CH MENU VCR CHANNEL PREV NEXT BACK VCR DVD POWER TV VCR REW PLAY FF REC STOP PAUSE OPEN CLOSE STILL PAUSE RM-C13G 1-24 (No. then enter the Service Menu mode. confirm that the setting of TV / CATV SW of the REMOTE CONTROL UNIT is at the "TV" side and the setting of VCR / DVD SW is at the "VCR" side. (5) Set the value using the [ VOL.

6 [6. • [ VOL (+/-)] key For scrolling up/down the data values.6. D: Deflection and F: Factory Settings. RF AFC] Setting for this item is not required in servicing. YC SEP (3D Y/C Separation setting)] < Do not change settings of items that are not included in the "ADJUSTMENT PROCEDURE" section.6. IP (DIST setting)] [Do not change settings] Sets output data to the DIST circuit.6.10 [0. HDMI] [Do not change settings] Sets output data to the DIGITAL INPUT circuit • [ SLEEP TIMER ] key For switching to the next item. 4.6. • [ CH (+/-)] key For scrolling up/down the item codes. > Adjustment of color manegment and device driver • [ CH (+/-)] key For scrolling up/down the item codes. < Settings of Service Item > • [ CH (+/-)] key For scrolling up/ down the item codes.4. A01 S01 D01 F01 (6) VALUE SETTING (DATA) Specify values for each of the items in sequence.6.6. MEMORY SETUP (Memory setting)] [Do not change settings] 4.6.4.6. • [ VOL (+/-)] key For scrolling up/down the data values. NTSC : NTSC (525i = S/Composite) DVD : 525i (Component) ED : 525p HD : 1125i 750p : 750p HED1 : HDCP 525p size1 HED2 : HDCP 525p size2 HHD : HDCP 1125i H750 : HDCP 750p (2) ASPECT / MULTI ONE SCREEN FULL : FULL PANO : PANORAMA CINE : CINEMA REGU : REGULER MULTI SCREEN M1 : SINGLE (for adjustment) M2-1 : SPLIT (4 : 3) M2-2 : SPLIT (16 : 9) M4 : POP M12 : INDEX (3) PICTURE SELECTION Displays current picture selection mode ST : STANDARD DA : DINAMIC TH : THEATER GA : GAME (4) WHITE BALANCE Displays white balance setting item in the picture selection mode H : HIGH L : LOW (5) SERVICE ITEM CODES Displays corresponding codes for A: Sound.6.7 [7.4 SETTINGS OF THE SERVICE MENUS 4.4. • [MUTING] key For saving the entered values (data).8 [8. Drive. PICTURE/SOUND (Picture/sound setting)] Adjusts output data to ports such as Audio.YA029)1-25 . • [ VOL (+/-)] key For scrolling up/down the data values. 4.6.5 [5. 4. MUTE : Press [MUTING] key DIR : Change data then memory at the same time. • [ CH (+/-)] key For scrolling up/down the item codes.4. FL : FRAME L1 : LINE 23 : COMPULSORY NATURAL CINEMA IN (No.9 [9.4.4.2 [2.4.4. A01 S01 D01 F01 (2) Adpect / Multi (1) Signal Type (8) I-P interpolation MODE (7) Data Saving Method (3) Picture Selection NTSC FULL ST L FL MUTE A01 *** (4) White Balance (6) Value Setting(Data) (5) Service Item Codes NOTE: Setting for any of the following items that is not included in the “ADJUSTMENT PROCEDURE” section found in the later part of this manual will not be performed in servicing. DD/CM] < Do not change settings of items that are not included in the "ADJUSTMENT PROCEDURE" section. 4. > Sets output data to the multi-screen processing circuit.3 [3. Video and others (Item F): (1) SIGNAL TYPE The signal currently displayed on the screen is displayed. WHITE BALANCE (White Balance setting)] Setting for this item is not required in servicing. > Sets output data to the 3D Y/C separation circuit. S: Signal. (7) DATA SAVING METHOD Displays the method for saving the entered values (data).4 [4. 4.4.4. 4.6. PP (Multi-screen Processing setting)] < Do not change settings of items that are not included in the "ADJUSTMENT PROCEDURE" section. PANEL] [Do not change settings] Panel power limit control 4.4. 4. (8) I-P interpolation MODE Not required in servicing. • [ VOL (+/-)] key For selecting the value (data) of each item by scrolling up/down the key.1 [1.

YA029) . • The "initial values" serve only as an indication rough standard and therefore the values with which optimal display can be achieved may be different from the default values.1 [1. don't change the values that are not written in "ADJUSTMENT PROCEDURE". 4. there are some that are displayed "( )"as offset values.7. They are fixed values. the following tables show initial values in NTSC signal input mode.7 INITIAL SETTING VALUES IN THE SERVICE MODE • Perform fine-tuning based on the "initial values" using the remote control when in the Service mode. Set the values by addinG offset values to the base values. Base values are displayed as "---". S05 BRIG S06 CONT S07 OF BRIG S08 OF CONT Item Variable range 000~255 000~255 -127~128 -127~128 038 125 (---) (---) NTSC 038 125 (---) (---) 525i/525p 044 128 (---) (---) 040 128 (---) (---) 750p/1125i 043 128 (---) (---) 038 128 (---) (---) STANDARD THEATER STANDARD THEATER STANDARD THEATER 1-26 (No. But.PICTURE/SOUND] Item No. These are values relative to the base or absolute values. A01 A02 A03 A04 A05 A06 A07 A08 A09 A10 A11 A12 A13 A14 Item (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) Variable range 000~007 000~007 000~007 000~007 000~015 000~015 000~015 000~015 000~007 000~007 000~063 000~063 000~003 000~007 Setting value 003 003 003 004 009 006 006 003 006 004 063 063 000 000 Item No. • Among the initial values.4. NOTE: As for the items whose settings are "Fixed" in Table 1 in "3. the following tables show initial values in NTSC signal input mode. Item Variable range 000~255 000~255 -127~128 -127~128 140 000 (---) (---) NTSC 135 000 (---) (---) 140 000 (---) (---) 525i 130 000 (---) (---) 140 000 (---) (---) 525p 130 000 (---) (---) 750p/1125i 148 000 (---) (---) 140 000 (---) (---) STANDARD THEATER STANDARD THEATER STANDARD THEATER STANDARD THEATER S01 COLOR S02 TINAD S03 OF COLOR S04 OF TINAD Setting value Item No. A15 A16 A17 Item (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) Variable range 000~003 000~003 000~003 000~255 000~255 000~255 -128~+127 -128~+127 000~001 000~001 000~001 000~001 000~001 Setting value 000 000 000 (Not used) (Not used) (Not used) 000 000 (Not used) (Not used) (Not used) (Not used) (Not used) A18 IN LEVEL A19 LOW SEP A20 HI SEP A21 AHS MVE A22 AHS MSC A23 A24 A25 A26 A27 (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) Setting value Item No.3 REPLACEMENT OF MEMORY IC". As for the items whose conditions of SETTING VALUE are not written in the following tables.

Item Variable range 000~255 -127~128 -127~128 000~003 Item (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) Variable range ------------126 (---) +006 000 NTSC 130 (---) 000 000 125 (---) +006 000 525i 130 (---) 000 000 128 (---) +006 000 525p 130 (---) 000 000 750p/1125i 118 (---) 000 001 120 (---) 000 001 STANDARD THEATER STANDARD THEATER STANDARD THEATER STANDARD THEATER S09 BYGN S10 OF BYGN S11 RYAXIS S12 MTX Item No. S13 S14 S15 S16 S17 S18 Setting value (Not used) (Not used) (Not used) (Not used) (Not used) (Not used) Setting value Item No. Item Variable range 000~255 -127~128 000~255 -127~128 000~255 -127~128 000~001 000~001 000~001 000~001 000~001 000~031 000~063 000~063 000~001 000~001 000~001 000~031 000~255 000~063 000~063 000~001 000~001 000~003 000~031 000~003 000~003 128 000 128 128 128 000 000 000 000 001 000 008 016 048 001 001 000 000 200 050 060 001 000 001 011 001 001 NTSC 128 000 128 128 128 000 000 000 000 000 000 003 010 050 001 001 000 000 255 000 063 000 001 000 031 003 003 525i525p 128 000 128 128 128 000 000 000 000 001 000 002 015 050 001 001 000 000 220 054 065 001 001 001 013 001 001 128 000 128 128 128 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 050 001 001 000 000 255 000 063 000 001 000 031 003 003 750p/1125i 128 000 128 128 128 000 000 000 000 001 000 002 015 055 001 001 000 000 225 018 060 001 000 000 012 001 001 128 000 128 128 128 000 000 000 000 000 000 004 003 050 001 001 001 000 225 000 063 000 001 000 031 003 003 STANDARD THEATER STANDARD THEATER STANDARD THEATER S19 CUTR S20 OF CUTR S21 CUTG S22 OF CUTG S23 CUTB S24 OF CUTB S25 CUTR S26 CUTG S27 CUTB S28 BTHN S29 BCALM S30 BKAKOU S31 BLIM S32 BSTPO S33 BKAKON S34 WTHN S35 WCALM S36 WKAKOU S37 WLIM S38 WSTPO S39 WPEAK S40 WKAKON S41 WGAINC S42 GAINB S43 SLIC S44 APG S45 GAINA (No.Setting value Item No.YA029)1-27 .

Item Setting value SPLIT-SCREEN 000 013 000 076 000 005 000 094 000 000 013 000 REGULAR 000 019 000 067 000 005 000 094 000 000 013 000 Setting value S49 HSTR S50 HSTR S51 HEND S52 HEND S53 VSTR S54 VSTR S55 VEND S56 VEND S57 BHSTR S58 BHSTR S59 BHEND S60 BHEND Item No. Setting value NTSC Item No. Item Variable range 000~015 Variable range 000~001 000~255 000~001 000~255 000~001 000~255 000~001 000~255 000~255 000~015 000~255 000~015 015 NTSC 015 525i/525p 015 015 750p/1125i 015 015 STANDARD THEATER STANDARD THEATER STANDARD THEATER S48 DCTRAN Item No. Item Variable range 000~001 000~127 000~001 000~127 001 016 000 000 NTSC 001 016 000 000 525i/525p 001 016 000 000 001 016 000 000 750p/1125i 001 016 000 000 001 016 000 000 STANDARD THEATER STANDARD THEATER STANDARD THEATER S61 PLPOL2 S62 PLEV2 S63 PLPOL1 S64 PLEV1 NOTE: Data of the setting value is selected in the order of "SPLIT-SCREEN" and "REGULAR".Item No.YA029) . S46 S47 Item (Not used) (Not used) Variable range 000~015 000~015 Setting value STANDARD THEATER 015 015 015 015 Setting value Item No. Item Variable range MULTI-SCREEN SPLIT S65 MODC S66 RMC S67 RGA S68 CLIP S69 COR 000~003 000~003 000~003 000~015 000~063 003 001 003 000 019 003 001 003 000 019 ASPECT REGULAR 003 003 003 000 019 003 003 003 000 019 002 001 002 000 019 002 003 003 000 019 002 003 003 000 019 002 003 003 000 019 525i/525p 750p/1125i STANDARD THEATER STANDARD THEATER STANDARD THEATER STANDARD THEATER 1-28 (No.

Item Variable range 001~001 001~255 001~255 001~255 001~031 001~031 Variable range -127~128 -127~128 Variable range 001~255 001~255 001~255 001~255 001~255 001~255 Variable range 001~015 001~255 001~255 001~003 Setting value 001 240 240 240 006 003 Setting value NTSC 000 000 Setting value STANDARD THEATER 255 000 255 000 255 000 255 000 255 000 255 000 525i/525p 000 000 750/1125i 000 000 S70 TINTON S71 DRIVER S72 DRIVEG S73 DRIVEB S74 EECONT S75 EEBRT Item No.YA029)1-29 . Item Variable range 001~007 001~255 001~127 001~007 001~031 001~007 001~031 001~255 001~015 001~063 001~001 001~001 007 030 000 007 031 007 031 060 008 030 000 000 NTSC 007 030 000 007 031 007 031 060 006 025 000 000 007 030 000 007 031 007 031 055 018 025 000 000 525i 007 030 000 007 031 007 031 060 006 019 000 000 007 030 000 007 031 007 031 055 008 025 000 000 525p 007 030 000 007 031 007 031 060 008 025 000 000 750p/1125i 007 030 000 007 031 007 031 060 006 030 000 000 007 030 000 007 031 007 031 060 006 025 000 000 STANDARD THEATER STANDARD THEATER STANDARD THEATER STANDARD THEATER S88 APLGAIN S89 APLLIM S90 ABSGAIN S91 BLKGAIN S92 BLKLIM S93 WHTGAIN S94 WHTLIM S95 DCSTART S96 DCGAIN S97 DCLIM S98 (Not display) S99 (Not display) (No. Item S76 EETBRT S77 EETCONT Item No. S84 S85 S86 S87 Item (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) Setting value (Not used) (Not used) (Not used) (Not used) Setting value Item No. Item S78 PICMAX S79 PICMIN S80 BRTMAX S81 BRTMIN S82 COLMAX S83 COLMIN Item No.Item No.

D01 D02 D03 D04 D05 D06 D07 D08 D09 D10 D11 D12 D13 D14 D15 D16 D17 D18 D19 D20 D21 D22 D23 D24 D25 D26 D27 D28 D29 D30 D31 D32 Item (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) Variable range 000~127 000~063 000~127 000~063 000~031 000~127 000~127 000~031 000~031 000~007 000~007 000~001 000~031 000~031 000~255 000~255 000~001 000~015 000~015 000~015 000~015 000~001 000~031 000~031 000~015 000~015 000~127 000~003 000~001 000~001 000~001 000~001 Setting value 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 052 000 000 000 000 000 Item No.YA029) .Item No. F01 F02 F03 F04 F05 F06 F07 F08 F09 F10 F11 F12 F13 F14 F15 F16 F17 F18 F19 F20 F21 F22 F23 F24 F25 F26 F27 F28 F29 F30 F31 F32 F33 F34 F35 F36 F37 F38 F39 F40 Item (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) Variable range 000~255 000~255 000~255 000~255 000~001 000~001 000~255 000~255 000~015 000~015 000~015 000~015 000~015 000~015 000~015 000~127 000~001 000~001 000~001 000~255 000~255 000~001 000~255 000~255 000~255 000~255 000~255 000~001 000~001 000~001 000~001 000~255 000~255 000~255 000~255 000~255 000~001 000~001 000~001 000~001 Setting value 008 001 000 032 000 001 111 039 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 070 000 000 000 005 002 000 098 006 040 040 000 000 000 000 000 006 000 251 030 255 000 000 000 000 1-30 (No.

Setting value Item No. F41 F42 F43 Item No.YA029)1-31 . F44 F45 F46 F47 F48 F49 F50 F51 F52 F53 F54 F55 F56 F57 F58 F59 F60 F61 F62 F63 F64 F65 F66 F67 F68 F69 F70 Item (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) Item (Not display) (Not display) OUT LV. LIMIT B LIMIT A (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) Variable range 000~003 000~001 000~063 Variable range 000~001 000~007 000~255 000~255 000~255 000~255 000~255 000~255 000~255 000~001 000~001 000~001 000~001 000~001 000~001 000~001 000~001 000~001 000~001 000~001 000~001 000~001 000~001 000~001 000~001 000~001 000~001 NTSC 000 000 039 525i 002 000 044 525p 002 000 037 750p 002 000 025 1125i 002 000 026 DIGITAL 525i 002 000 040 525p 002 000 037 750p 002 000 037 1125i 002 000 040 Setting value 000 000 090 000 000 128 128 128 255 (NOT USED) (NOT USED) (NOT USED) (NOT USED) (NOT USED) (NOT USED) (NOT USED) (NOT USED) (NOT USED) (NOT USED) (NOT USED) (NOT USED) (NOT USED) (NOT USED) (NOT USED) (NOT USED) (NOT USED) (NOT USED) (No.

YCM039 YCM040 YCM041 YCM042 YCM043 YCM044 YCM045 YCM046 YCM047 YCM048 YCM049 YCM050 YCM051 YCM052 YCM053 YCM054 YCM055 YCM056 YCM057 YCM058 YCM059 YCM060 YCM061 YCM062 YCM063 YCM064 YCM065 YCM066 YCM067 YCM068 YCM069 YCM070 YCM071 YCM072 YCM073 YCM074 YCM075 YCM076 YCM077 YCM078 YCM079 YCM080 YCM081 YCM082 Item (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) Variable range 000~127 000~003 000~063 000~001 000~001 000~255 000~001 000~255 000~001 000~001 000~001 000~001 000~001 000~001 000~001 000~003 000~003 000~003 000~001 000~001 000~001 000~001 000~001 000~015 000~015 000~001 000~063 000~063 000~063 000~063 000~063 000~063 000~255 000~001 000~001 000~063 000~001 000~001 000~063 000~063 000~255 000~255 000~255 000~255 Setting value 072 002 032 000 000 200 000 146 001 000 001 000 000 001 000 002 003 000 000 001 001 000 001 001 004 000 060 028 025 012 036 031 031 001 001 048 000 001 010 001 000 000 000 000 1-32 (No.YA029) .4.2 [2. YCM001 YCM002 YCM003 YCM004 YCM005 YCM006 YCM007 YCM008 YCM009 YCM010 YCM011 YCM012 YCM013 YCM014 YCM015 YCM016 YCM017 YCM018 YCM019 YCM020 YCM021 YCM022 YCM023 YCM024 YCM025 YCM026 YCM027 YCM028 YCM029 YCM030 YCM031 YCM032 YCM033 YCM034 YCM035 YCM036 YCM037 YCM038 Item (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) Variable range 000~001 000~001 000~001 000~003 000~255 000~003 000~255 000~001 000~003 000~001 000~001 000~001 000~001 000~003 000~001 000~003 000~001 000~003 000~001 000~001 000~003 000~007 000~001 000~001 000~007 000~015 000~003 000~007 000~007 000~003 000~001 000~003 000~001 000~001 000~255 000~001 000~003 000~127 Setting value 000 000 000 001 239 001 239 001 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 001 001 000 000 000 002 004 001 000 005 003 000 003 002 003 000 003 001 000 096 001 001 062 Item No.7. INPUT SIGNAL : NTSC ASPECT : FULL MULTI-SCREEN : SINGLE VIDEO STATUS : STANDARD COLOR TEMPERATURE : LOW Item No.YC SEP] NOTE : Initial setting value is reference value at following condition.

Item No.YA029)1-33 . YCM128 YCM129 YCM130 YCM131 YCM132 YCM133 YCM134 YCM135 YCM136 YCM137 YCM138 YCM139 YCM140 YCM141 YCM142 YCM143 YCM144 YCM145 YCM146 YCM147 YCM148 YCM149 YCM150 YCM151 YCM152 YCM153 YCM154 YCM155 YCM156 YCM157 YCM158 YCM159 YCM160 YCM161 YCM162 YCM163 YCM164 YCM165 YCM166 YCM167 YCM168 YCM169 YCM170 YCM171 YCM172 Item (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) Variable range 000~001 000~001 000~003 000~255 000~255 000~255 000~007 000~255 000~001 000~001 000~007 000~255 000~007 000~255 000~001 000~007 000~255 000~001 000~001 000~001 000~001 000~001 000~001 000~255 000~001 000~001 000~001 000~003 000~015 000~015 000~001 000~127 000~001 000~031 000~001 000~015 000~007 000~031 000~255 000~003 000~063 000~015 000~015 000~007 000~255 Setting value 001 001 001 036 160 055 001 136 000 001 003 141 000 014 000 005 128 000 001 001 001 000 000 136 001 001 001 000 015 004 001 004 001 000 000 003 002 016 235 000 000 003 003 000 096 (No. YCM083 YCM084 YCM085 YCM086 YCM087 YCM088 YCM089 YCM090 YCM091 YCM092 YCM093 YCM094 YCM095 YCM096 YCM097 YCM098 YCM099 YCM100 YCM101 YCM102 YCM103 YCM104 YCM105 YCM106 YCM107 YCM108 YCM109 YCM110 YCM111 YCM112 YCM113 YCM114 YCM115 YCM116 YCM117 YCM118 YCM119 YCM120 YCM121 YCM122 YCM123 YCM124 YCM125 YCM126 YCM127 Item (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) Variable range 000~001 000~063 000~001 000~001 000~063 000~001 000~031 000~003 000~015 000~015 000~015 000~063 000~255 000~001 000~063 000~015 000~015 000~015 000~015 000~015 000~015 000~015 000~015 000~255 000~255 000~255 000~255 000~001 000~001 000~001 000~001 000~001 000~001 000~001 000~001 000~001 000~001 000~001 000~003 000~001 000~255 000~001 000~255 000~001 000~001 Setting value 001 012 000 000 028 001 000 000 000 000 003 002 045 000 032 008 005 008 005 000 002 008 006 010 032 031 064 000 001 001 001 000 001 000 000 001 000 000 003 000 000 000 002 000 001 Item No.

Item No. YCS001 YCS002 YCS003 YCS004 YCS005 YCS006 YCS007 YCS008 YCS009 YCS010 YCS011 YCS012 YCS013 YCS014 YCS015 YCS016 YCS017 YCS018 YCS019 YCS020 YCS021 YCS022 YCS023 YCS024 YCS025 YCS026 YCS027 YCS028 YCS029 YCS030 Item (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) Item (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) Variable range 000~007 000~255 000~001 000~001 000~255 000~001 000~001 000~007 000~003 000~003 000~003 000~003 000~255 Variable range 000~001 000~001 000~001 000~003 000~255 000~003 000~255 000~001 000~003 000~001 000~001 000~001 000~001 000~003 000~001 000~003 000~001 000~003 000~001 000~001 000~003 000~007 000~001 000~001 000~015 000~015 000~003 000~007 000~007 000~003 Setting value 003 056 000 000 022 001 000 004 001 001 001 001 000 Setting value 000 000 000 003 168 003 168 000 000 001 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 002 004 000 001 002 003 000 002 006 000 Item No. YCM173 YCM174 YCM175 YCM176 YCM177 YCM178 YCM179 YCM180 YCM181 YCM182 YCM183 YCM184 YCM185 Item No. YCS031 YCS032 YCS033 YCS034 YCS035 YCS036 YCS037 YCS038 YCS039 YCS040 YCS041 YCS042 YCS043 YCS044 YCS045 YCS046 YCS047 YCS048 YCS049 YCS050 YCS051 YCS052 YCS053 YCS054 YCS055 YCS056 YCS057 YCS058 YCS059 YCS060 YCS061 YCS062 YCS063 YCS064 YCS065 YCS066 YCS067 YCS068 YCS069 YCS070 YCS071 YCS072 YCS073 YCS074 YCS075 Item (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) Variable range 000~001 000~003 000~001 000~001 000~255 000~001 000~003 000~127 000~127 000~003 000~063 000~001 000~001 000~255 000~001 000~255 000~001 000~031 000~003 000~015 000~015 000~015 000~063 000~255 000~001 000~063 000~015 000~015 000~015 000~015 000~015 000~015 000~015 000~015 000~255 000~255 000~255 000~255 000~001 000~001 000~001 000~001 000~001 000~001 000~001 Setting value 000 003 001 000 028 000 000 080 084 002 016 000 000 128 000 128 001 000 000 000 008 001 010 016 001 016 008 005 008 005 000 002 008 006 010 032 031 089 000 001 001 001 000 001 000 1-34 (No.YA029) .

YA029)1-35 . DDT01 DDT02 DDT03 DDT04 DDT05 DDT06 DDT07 DDT08 DDT09 DDT10 DDT11 DDT12 DDT13 DDT14 DDT15 DDT16 DDT17 DDT18 DDT19 DDT20 DDT21 DDT22 DDT23 DDT24 DDT25 DDT26 DDT27 DDT28 DDT29 Item (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) Variable range 000~015 000~255 000~255 000~255 000~255 000~255 000~003 000~255 000~003 000~255 000~007 000~255 000~255 000~003 000~007 000~255 000~001 000~001 000~063 000~015 000~015 000~015 000~015 000~001 000~001 000~001 000~007 000~255 000~003 Setting value 000 020 174 255 000 255 000 255 000 000 002 115 000 001 000 123 001 000 001 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 120 002 (No.4 [6.3 [3.7.7.DD/CM] Item No.Item No. BR DRV R DRV B CUT R CUT G CUT B Item (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) Variable range 00000~238 00000~255 00000~255 00000~255 00000~255 00000~255 Setting value 111 130 132 048 237 062 4. INPUT SIGNAL : NTSC ASPECT : FULL MULTI-SCREEN : SINGLE VIDEO STATUS : STANDARD COLOR TEMPERATURE : LOW Item No. YCS076 YCS077 YCS078 YCS079 YCS080 YCS081 YCS082 YCS083 YCS084 YCS085 YCS086 YCS087 YCS088 YCS089 YCS090 YCS091 YCS092 YCS093 YCS094 YCS095 YCS096 YCS097 YCS098 YCS099 YCS100 YCS101 YCS102 YCS103 YCS104 YCS105 YCS106 YCS107 YCS108 YCS109 YCS110 YCS111 YCS112 YCS113 YCS114 Item (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) Variable range 000~001 000~001 000~001 000~001 000~003 000~001 000~255 000~255 000~007 000~255 000~001 000~001 000~001 000~001 000~255 000~001 000~001 000~001 000~003 000~015 000~015 000~001 000~127 000~031 000~001 000~015 000~007 000~031 000~255 000~003 000~063 000~015 000~015 000~001 000~003 000~003 000~003 000~003 000~255 Setting value 000 000 000 000 003 000 039 055 000 010 001 001 000 000 136 001 001 001 000 015 002 000 007 000 000 003 002 016 235 000 000 003 003 000 001 001 001 001 000 4.WHITE BALANCE] NOTE : Initial setting value is reference value at following condition.

YA029) .Item No. DDT30 DDT31 DDT32 DDT33 DDT34 Item No. CMT39 CMT40 CMT41 CMT42 CMT43 CMT44 CMT45 CMT46 CMT47 CMT48 CMT49 CMT50 CMT51 CMT52 CMT53 CMT54 CMT55 CMT56 CMT57 Item No. DDP01 DDP02 DDP03 DDP04 DDP05 DDP06 DDP07 DDP08 DDP09 DDP10 DDP11 DDP12 DDP13 DDP14 DDP15 DDP16 DDP17 DDP18 DDP19 DDP20 DDP21 DDP22 DDP23 DDP24 Item (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) Item (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) Variable range 000~255 -128~+127 -128~+127 000~001 000~255 000~001 000~255 000~001 000~255 000~001 000~001 -016~+015 -016~+015 000~001 000~001 000~003 000~001 000~001 000~001 Variable range 000~003 000~255 000~003 000~003 000~127 000~003 000~031 000~007 000~255 000~007 000~255 000~007 000~007 000~003 000~015 000~015 000~015 000~001 000~001 000~015 000~015 000~015 000~015 000~015 Setting value 088 000 +010 000 128 001 000 000 128 000 001 000 000 000 000 000 000 001 001 Setting value 000 032 002 001 000 001 001 000 188 001 000 007 005 002 004 004 002 000 001 008 006 008 006 008 1-36 (No. CMT01 CMT02 CMT03 CMT04 CMT05 CMT06 CMT07 CMT08 CMT09 CMT10 CMT11 CMT12 CMT13 CMT14 CMT15 CMT16 CMT17 CMT18 CMT19 CMT20 CMT21 CMT22 CMT23 CMT24 CMT25 CMT26 CMT27 CMT28 CMT29 CMT30 CMT31 CMT32 CMT33 CMT34 CMT35 CMT36 CMT37 CMT38 Item (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) Item (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) Variable range 000~001 000~007 000~255 000~255 000~255 Variable range 000~003 000~255 000~255 000~255 -032~+031 -128~+127 -128~+127 -128~+127 -128~+127 000~003 000~255 000~255 000~255 -032~+031 -128~+127 -128~+127 -128~+127 -128~+127 000~003 000~255 000~255 000~255 -032~+031 -128~+127 -128~+127 -128~+127 -128~+127 000~003 000~255 000~255 000~255 -032~+031 -128~+127 -128~+127 -128~+127 -128~+127 000~255 000~255 Setting value 000 000 010 000 042 Setting value 000 093 010 020 -004 +001 000 -004 000 000 164 020 020 -002 +007 000 000 000 000 187 030 030 -005 +003 +010 +005 +010 001 038 035 040 -004 +013 +012 -003 +020 064 064 Item No.

Item (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) Item (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) Variable range 000~001 000~001 000~031 000~001 000~001 000~255 000~001 000~255 000~127 000~127 000~001 000~001 Variable range 000~001 000~001 000~001 Setting value 001 001 014 000 000 132 001 096 003 080 (NOT USED) (NOT USED) Setting value 000 000 000 Setting value 000 000 000 RGA001 RGA002 RGA003 4.7.7.PANEL] (*All the values are fixed values.YA029)1-37 . INPUT SIGNAL : NTSC ASPECT : FULL MULTI-SCREEN : SINGLE VIDEO STATUS : STANDARD COLOR TEMPERATURE : LOW Item No. PDA001 PDA002 PDA003 PDA004 PDA005 PDA006 PDA007 PDA008 PDA009 PDA010 PDA011 PDA012 Item No.5 [7. ADM001 ADM002 ADM003 ADM004 ADM005 ADM006 ADM007 ADM008 ADM009 ADM010 ADM011 ADM012 ADM013 ADM014 ADM015 ADM016 ADM017 ADM018 ADM019 Item (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) Variable range 000~0FF 000~00F 000~003 000~007 000~01F 000~0FF 000~0FF 000~0FF 000~0FF 000~0FF 000~0FF 000~07F 000~07F 000~07F 000~001 000~001 000~001 000~001 000~001 Setting value 0D6 007 001 005 016 036 08A 020 0FF 0CE 0FF 039 02B 039 000 001 001 001 000 (No. DDP25 DDP26 DDP27 DDP28 DDP29 DDP30 DDP31 DDP32 DDP33 DDP34 DDP35 DDP36 DDP37 Item No. PDB011 PDB012 PDB013 PDB014 PDB015 PDB016 PDB017 PDB018 PDB019 PDB020 PDB021 PDB022 Item No.PP] 4. CMP01 CMP02 CMP03 Item (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) Item (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) Variable range 000~015 000~015 000~015 000~015 000~015 000~015 000~015 000~255 000~255 000~255 000~255 000~255 000~063 Variable range 000~001 000~001 000~001 Setting value 006 006 008 006 008 008 006 013 133 102 144 013 048 Item No.6 [8.) Item No. PDB001 PDB002 PDB003 PDB004 PDB005 PDB006 PDB007 PDB008 PDB009 PDB010 Item (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) Item (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) Variable range 000~255 000~255 000~255 000~255 000~001 000~001 000~255 000~255 000~255 000~255 000~255 000~235 Variable range 000~063 000~255 000~255 000~255 000~255 000~001 000~001 000~255 000~255 000~255 Setting value 000 207 047 017 000 001 018 000 018 019 000 019 Setting value 010 031 009 032 028 001 000 029 036 002 NOTE : Initial setting value is reference value at following condition.Item No.

Item No. PPB001 PPB002 PPB003 PPB004 PPB005 PPB006 PPB007 PPB008 PPB009 PPB010 PPB011 PPB012 PPB013 PPB014 PPB015 PPB016 PPB017 PPB018 Item (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) Item (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) Item (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) Variable range 000~001 000~001 000~001 000~001 000~001 000~001 000~001 000~001 000~001 000~001 000~01F 000~001 000~001 000~001 000~0FF Variable range 000~0FF 000~0FF 000~0FF 000~0FF 000~0FF 000~0FF 000~0FF 000~0FF Variable range 000~0FF 000~0FF 000~01F 000~0FF 000~0FF 000~01F 000~0FF 000~0FF 000~01F 000~0FF 000~0FF 000~01F 000~0FF 000~0FF 000~01F 000~0FF 000~0FF 000~01F Setting value 000 001 000 001 001 000 001 000 000 001 003 001 000 001 032 Setting value 040 000 05A 000 000 001 05A 023 Setting value 0E0 000 000 0E0 014 000 0E0 028 000 0E0 000 03C 0E0 050 000 0E0 050 014 Item No.YA029) . ADM020 ADM021 ADM022 ADM023 ADM024 ADM025 ADM026 ADM027 ADM028 ADM029 ADM030 ADM031 ADM032 ADM033 ADM034 Item No. PPB019 PPB020 PPB021 PPB022 PPB023 PPB024 PPB025 PPB026 PPB027 PPB028 PPB029 PPB030 PPB031 PPB032 PPB033 PPB034 PPB035 PPB036 Item No. PPA001 PPA002 PPA003 PPA004 PPA005 PPA006 PPA007 PPA008 Item No. PPC001 PPC002 PPC003 PPC004 PPC005 PPC006 PPC007 PPC008 PPC009 PPC010 Item No. PPD001 PPD002 PPD003 PPD004 PPD005 PPD006 PPD007 PPD008 PPD009 PPD010 PPD011 PPD012 PPD013 Item (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) Item (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) Item (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) Variable range 000~0FF 000~0FF 000~01F 000~0FF 000~0FF 000~01F 000~0FF 000~0FF 000~01F 000~0FF 000~0FF 000~01F 000~0FF 000~0FF 000~01F 000~0FF 000~0FF 000~01F Variable range 000~0FF 000~00F 000~0FF 000~00F 000~0FF 000~00F 000~0FF 000~03F 000~0FF 000~03F Variable range 000~0FF 000~00F 000~0FF 000~00F 000~0FF 000~00F 000~0FF 000~00F 000~0FF 000~00F 000~0FF 000~00F 000~0FF Setting value 0E0 050 028 0E0 050 03C 0E0 0A0 000 0E0 0A0 014 0E0 0A0 028 0E0 0A0 060 Setting value 0E0 000 002 000 000 000 000 000 004 056 Setting value 008 000 019 001 094 000 019 001 0B3 000 024 001 039 1-38 (No.

IPA025 IPA026 IPA027 IPA028 IPA029 IPA030 IPA031 IPA032 IPA033 IPA034 IPA035 IPA036 IPA037 IPA038 IPA039 IPA040 IPA041 IPA042 IPA043 IPA044 IPA045 IPA046 IPA047 IPA048 IPA049 IPA050 IPA051 IPA052 IPA053 IPA054 IPA055 IPA056 IPA057 IPA058 IPA059 IPA060 IPA061 IPA062 IPA063 IPA064 IPA065 IPA066 IPA067 IPA068 IPA069 Item (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) Variable range 000~001 000~03F 000~003 000~03F 000~03F 000~00F 000~007 000~03F 000~001 000~03F 000~001 000~03F 000~03F 000~03F 000~003 000~003 000~00F 000~03F 000~03F 000~03F 000~03F 000~03F 000~003 000~003 000~00F 000~03F 000~001 000~03F 000~001 000~001 000~03F 000~003 000~03F 000~001 000~001 000~03F 000~003 000~03F 000~03F 000~00F 000~007 000~03F 000~001 000~03F 000~003 Setting value 001 015 000 00A 000 00F 002 000 001 000 001 020 010 010 002 002 00F 005 005 00C 00A 00F 002 002 00F 005 001 000 001 001 025 000 00A 001 001 025 000 00A 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 4.7 [9. IPA001 IPA002 IPA003 IPA004 IPA005 IPA006 IPA007 IPA008 IPA009 IPA010 IPA011 IPA012 IPA013 IPA014 IPA015 IPA016 IPA017 IPA018 IPA019 IPA020 IPA021 IPA022 IPA023 IPA024 Item (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) Variable range 000~001 000~03F 000~03F 000~03F 000~003 000~003 000~00F 000~03F 000~03F 000~03F 000~03F 000~03F 000~003 000~003 000~00F 000~03F 000~001 000~03F 000~001 000~001 000~03F 000~003 000~03F 000~001 Setting value 001 020 020 025 001 001 00F 005 00A 020 01C 025 001 001 00F 005 001 006 001 001 015 000 00A 001 (No.7. PPD014 PPD015 PPD016 PPD017 PPD018 PPD019 PPD020 PPD021 PPD022 PPD023 PPD024 PPD025 Item (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) Variable range 000~00F 000~0FF 000~00F 000~0FF 000~00F 000~0FF 000~00F 000~0FF 000~00F 000~0FF 000~00F 000~0FF Setting value 000 096 001 036 000 024 001 050 000 0AA 001 072 Item No.IP] (*All the values are fixed values.) NOTE : Initial setting value is reference value at following condition.Item No. INPUT SIGNAL : NTSC ASPECT : FULL MULTI-SCREEN : SINGLE VIDEO STATUS : STANDARD COLOR TEMPERATURE : LOW Item No.YA029)1-39 .

YA029) . IPB001 IPB002 IPB003 IPB004 IPB005 IPB006 IPB007 IPB008 IPB009 IPB010 IPB011 IPB012 IPB013 IPB014 IPB015 IPB016 IPB017 IPB018 IPB019 IPB020 IPB021 IPB022 IPB023 IPB024 IPB025 IPB026 IPB027 IPB028 IPB029 IPB030 IPB031 IPB032 IPB033 IPB034 IPB035 IPB036 IPB037 Item (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) Item (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) Variable range 000~00F 000~0FF 000~001 000~001 000~001 000~001 Variable range 000~0FF 000~0FF 000~00F 000~0FF 000~00F 000~0FF 000~00F 000~0FF 000~00F 000~0FF 000~00F 000~0FF 000~00F 000~0FF 000~00F 000~0FF 000~00F 000~0FF 000~00F 000~0FF 000~00F 000~0FF 000~00F 000~0FF 000~00F 000~0FF 000~00F 000~0FF 000~00F 000~0FF 000~00F 000~0FF 000~00F 000~0FF 000~00F 000~0FF 000~001 Setting value 002 0EF 000 000 000 000 Setting value 001 0D9 0001 032 002 000 001 0A0 001 000 000 0C0 000 000 000 024 000 020 000 020 000 03C 001 08A 000 000 003 050 000 05E 000 000 000 000 000 07A 000 1-40 (No. IPA115 IPA116 IPA117 IPA118 IPA119 IPA120 Item No. IPA070 IPA071 IPA072 IPA073 IPA074 IPA075 IPA076 IPA077 IPA078 IPA079 IPA080 IPA081 IPA082 IPA083 IPA084 IPA085 IPA086 IPA087 IPA088 IPA089 IPA090 IPA091 IPA092 IPA093 IPA094 IPA095 IPA096 IPA097 IPA098 IPA099 IPA100 IPA101 IPA102 IPA103 IPA104 IPA105 IPA106 IPA107 IPA108 IPA109 IPA110 IPA111 IPA112 IPA113 IPA114 Item (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) Variable range 000~255 000~00F 000~0FF 000~001 000~001 000~0FF 000~001 000~001 000~001 000~001 000~001 000~001 000~001 000~001 000~001 000~001 000~001 000~001 000~001 000~001 000~001 000~00F 000~0FF 000~00F 000~0FF 000~00F 000~0FF 000~00F 000~0FF 000~00F 000~0FF 000~00F 000~0FF 000~00F 000~0FF 000~00F 000~0FF 000~00F 000~0FF 000~00F 000~0FF 000~00F 000~0FF 000~00F 000~0FF Setting value 000 005 0DC 000 000 016 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 001 000 000 000 000 000 00F 0FF 001 098 002 0FD 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 080 000 010 005 040 000 000 Item No.Item No.

YA029)1-41 .Item No. IPB038 IPB039 IPB040 IPB041 IPB042 IPB043 IPB044 IPB045 IPB046 IPB047 IPB048 IPB049 IPB050 IPB051 IPB052 IPB053 IPB054 IPB055 IPB056 IPB057 IPB058 IPB059 IPB060 IPB061 IPB062 IPB063 IPB064 IPB065 IPB066 IPB067 IPB068 IPB069 IPB070 IPB071 IPB072 IPB073 IPB074 IPB075 IPB076 IPB077 IPB078 IPB079 Item (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) Variable range 000~007 000~00F 000~00F 000~00F 000~0FF 000~00F 000~0FF 000~00F 000~0FF 000~00F 000~0FF 000~00F 000~0FF 000~00F 000~0FF 000~00F 000~0FF 000~00F 000~0FF 000~00F 000~0FF 000~007 000~003 000~003 000~001 000~0FF 000~0FF 000~0FF 000~001 000~00F 000~00F 000~00F 000~00F 000~0FF 000~00F 000~0FF 000~001 000~001 000~001 000~015 000~001 000~255 Setting value 000 000 002 000 000 001 060 000 008 000 0F8 000 0D6 000 000 000 000 000 0A6 007 040 001 000 002 000 050 080 080 000 000 000 000 00F 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 001 (NOT USED) Item No. IPC001 IPC002 IPC003 IPC004 IPC005 IPC006 IPC007 IPC008 IPC009 IPC010 IPC011 IPC012 IPC013 IPC014 IPC015 IPC016 IPC017 IPC018 IPC019 IPC020 IPC021 IPC022 IPC023 IPC024 IPC025 IPC026 IPC027 IPC028 IPC029 IPC030 IPC031 IPC032 IPC033 IPC034 IPC035 IPC036 IPC037 IPC038 IPC039 IPC040 IPC041 IPC042 IPC043 IPC044 Item (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) Variable range 000~003 000~0FF 000~001 000~001 000~00F 000~0FF 000~00F 000~0FF 000~00F 000~0FF 000~00F 000~0FF 000~003 000~001 000~001 000~0FF 000~001 000~07F 000~001 000~07F 000~00F 000~0FF 000~003 000~0FF 000~001 000~07F 000~001 000~07F 000~001 000~001 000~001 000~001 000~001 000~001 000~001 000~001 000~001 000~001 000~001 000~001 000~001 000~001 000~001 000~001 Setting value 002 0EA 000 000 000 000 005 0DB 006 071 000 000 001 000 001 0F0 000 000 000 000 000 0A4 002 002 000 004 000 000 001 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 (No.

Item No.Item No. HDM001 HDM002 HDM003 HDM004 HDM005 HDM006 HDM007 HDM008 HDM009 HDM010 HDM011 HDM012 HDM013 HDM014 HDM015 HDM016 HDM017 HDM018 HDM019 HDM020 HDM021 HDM022 HDM023 HDM024 HDM025 HDM026 HDM027 HDM028 HDM029 HDM030 HDM031 HDM032 HDM033 HDM034 HDM035 HDM036 HDM037 HDM038 HDM039 HDM040 HDM041 HDM042 HDM043 HDM044 HDM045 Item (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) Variable range 000~001 000~001 000~001 000~001 000~001 000~003 000~001 000~001 000~001 000~001 000~001 000~001 000~001 000~001 000~001 000~255 000~255 000~255 000~001 000~255 000~007 000~063 000~063 000~063 000~001 000~003 000~255 000~003 000~255 000~003 000~255 000~003 000~255 000~003 000~255 000~255 000~255 000~255 000~001 000~001 000~001 000~255 000~007 000~003 000~003 Setting value 000 000 000 000 000 003 000 000 000 000 000 000 001 000 000 000 000 000 001 000 002 006 006 006 000 000 212 000 192 000 212 000 191 001 000 026 000 000 001 001 000 001 003 000 000 1-42 (No.7. IPE001 IPE002 IPE003 IPE004 IPE005 IPE006 IPE007 IPE008 IPE009 IPE010 IPE011 IPE012 IPE013 IPE014 IPE015 Item (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) Item (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) Variable range 000~0FF 000~0FF 000~0FF 000~007 000~0FF 000~007 000~0FF 000~001 000~015 000~0FF 000~015 000~0FF 000~007 000~007 000~001 000~001 000~0FF 000~007 000~0FF 000~007 000~0FF 000~001 000~015 000~0FF 000~015 000~0FF Variable range 000~0FF 000~0FF 000~0FF 000~0FF 000~0FF 000~0FF 000~0FF 000~0FF 080~07F 080~07F 080~07F 080~07F 080~07F 080~07F 000~015 Setting value 040 000 000 000 024 003 036 001 003 036 005 050 000 000 000 000 000 000 01D 002 0E6 001 001 00E 004 0C0 Setting value 001 002 001 002 001 002 001 002 005 006 005 005 0FB 005 001 4. IPD001 IPD002 IPD003 IPD004 IPD005 IPD006 IPD007 IPD008 IPD009 IPD010 IPD011 IPD012 IPD013 IPD014 IPD015 IPD016 IPD017 IPD018 IPD019 IPD020 IPD021 IPD022 IPD023 IPD024 IPD025 IPD026 Item No.YA029) .HDMI] *All the values are fixed values.8 [0.

YA029)1-43 . RHD009 RHD010 RHD011 RHD012 RHD013 RHD014 RHD015 RHD016 RHD017 RHD018 RHD019 RHD020 RHD021 RHD022 RHD023 RHD024 RHD025 RHD026 RHD027 RHD028 RHD029 RHD030 RHD031 RHD032 RHD033 RHD034 RHD035 RHD036 RHD037 RHD038 RHD039 RHD040 RHD041 RHD042 RHD043 RHD044 RHD045 RHD046 RHD047 RHD048 RHD049 RHD050 RHD051 RHD052 RHD053 Item (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) Variable range ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Setting value 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 (No. RHD001 RHD002 RHD003 RHD004 RHD005 RHD006 RHD007 RHD008 Item (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) Item (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) Variable range 000~001 000~015 000~255 000~255 000~015 000~001 000~001 000~001 000~001 000~001 000~001 000~001 000~001 000~001 000~001 000~001 000~001 000~001 000~001 000~001 000~001 000~001 000~031 000~001 000~001 000~001 000~001 000~001 000~031 000~001 000~001 000~001 000~001 000~001 000~001 Variable range ----------------- Setting value 001 007 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 001 000 001 000 001 001 000 000 001 000 001 005 000 001 000 000 000 008 001 001 001 001 001 001 Setting value 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 Item No.Item No. HDM046 HDM047 HDM048 HDM049 HDM050 HDM051 HDM052 HDM053 HDM054 HDM055 HDM056 HDM057 HDM058 HDM059 HDM060 HDM061 HDM062 HDM063 HDM064 HDM065 HDM066 HDM067 HDM068 HDM069 HDM070 HDM071 HDM072 HDM073 HDM074 HDM075 HDM076 HDM077 HDM078 HDM079 HDM080 Item No.

RHD054 RHD055 RHD056 RHD057 RHD058 RHD059 RHD060 RHD061 RHD062 RHD063 RHD064 RHD065 RHD066 RHD067 RHD068 RHD069 RHD070 RHD071 RHD072 RHD073 RHD074 RHD075 RHD076 RHD077 RHD078 RHD079 RHD080 RHD081 RHD082 RHD083 RHD084 RHD085 RHD086 RHD087 RHD088 RHD089 RHD090 RHD091 RHD092 RHD093 RHD094 RHD095 RHD096 RHD097 RHD098 Item (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) Variable range ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Setting value 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 Item No.YA029) .Item No. RHD009 RHD100 RHD101 RHD102 RHD103 RHD104 RHD105 RHD106 RHD107 RHD108 RHD109 RHD110 RHD111 RHD112 RHD113 RHD114 RHD115 RHD116 RHD117 RHD118 RHD119 RHD120 RHD121 RHD122 RHD123 RHD124 RHD125 RHD126 RHD127 RHD128 RHD129 RHD130 RHD131 RHD132 RHD133 RHD134 RHD135 RHD136 RHD137 RHD138 RHD139 RHD140 RHD141 RHD142 RHD143 Item (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) Variable range ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Setting value 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 1-44 (No.

RHD144 RHD145 RHD146 RHD147 RHD148 RHD149 RHD150 RHD151 RHD152 RHD153 RHD154 RHD155 RHD156 RHD157 RHD158 RHD159 RHD160 RHD161 RHD162 RHD163 RHD164 RHD165 RHD166 RHD167 RHD168 RHD169 RHD170 Item (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) (Not display) Variable range ------------------------------------------------------- Setting value 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 (No.YA029)1-45 .Item No.

and Vset. (1) Connect the DC voltmeter to test points Va. VOLTAGE LABEL NTSC Va XX Vsc XX Vs XX NTSC/PAL Ve XX Vset XX VOLTAGE ADJUSTMENT POINT VS SMPS PWB Ve Vs Vsca Vset L VE Va VSET VSCAN VA : Adjustment VR : Test point 1-46 (No. Vsca. Ve.1 DISPLAY UNIT Item PDP POWER SUPPLY VOLTAGE Mesuring instrument DC voltmeter Test point Va Vsca Vs Ve Vset [SMPS PWB] Adjustment part VA VR VSCAN VR VS VR VE VR VSET VR [SMPS PWB] Description • After turning the power on. confirm that "NO SYNC" is displayed.8. • Start making adjustment five minutes or later after turning the power on. and GND on SMPS PWB. VSCAN VR. VE VR.YA029) . VS VR. (2) Adjust VA VR.8 ADJUSTMENT PROCEDURE 4. and VSET respectively so that their voltage becomes the value in the voltage label attached to the panel.4. Vs.

PICTURE/SOUND" from the SERVICE MODE.PICTURE/SOUND” from the SERVICE MODE. < S21 > (G CUTOFF) and < S23 > (B CUTOFF) to "128". (11) Press the [MUTING] key to memorize the set values.8. (2) Set "VIDEO STATUS" to STANDARD. (15) Press the [MUTING] key to memorize the set values. (10) Set < S84 >(Test Mode) to "003". (12) Select “8. < F47 > (Minimum value upon detection) and < F48 > (Maximum value upon detection)to values as shown in the left table. Item No. (3) Set "ASPECT" to FULL.2 RECEIVER UNIT Item BLACK LEVEL Mesuring instrument Remote control unit Signal generator [1.2 (No. Perform the "BLACK LEVEL adjustment" again if the adjusted value is out of alignment. (9) Set < F46 > (Output level upon detection). < S15 > (G DRIVE) and < S17 > (B DRIVE) to "255". (13) Adjust < ADM013 > (G offset) to set the 0% black part on the upper half of the screen to maximum brightness (Fig. (14) Add reference offset value "0" to the < ADM013 > (G offset) value.PP” from the SERVICE MODE. PICTURE/SOUND] S13: RDRV (R DRIVE) S15: GDRV (G DRIVE) S17: BDRV (B DRIVE) S19: CUTR (R CUTOFF) S21: CUTG (G CUTOFF) S23: CUTB (B CUTOFF) F44: (NO DISPLAY) (Picture control) F45: (NO DISPLAY) (Picture control mode sw) F46: OUT LV. (6) Set < F44 > (Picture control) to "001" and < F45 > (Picture control mode sw) to "000" to set Y ADJUST MAX MODE.2).4.YA029)1-47 . (19) Set < F44 > (Picture control) to "001" to cancel Y ADJUST MAX MODE. (5) Select “1. (Output level upon detection) F47: LMT BTM (Minimum value upon detection) F48: LMT TOP (Maximum value upon detection) S84: TEST(TEST MODE) Test point Adjustment part [8. (17) Return < S84 > (TEST MODE) to "000".PP] ADM013: (NO DISPLAY) (G offset) Description (1) Input NTSC signal that shows brightness radation portion with 0% black. (8) Set < S19 > (R CUTOFF). (18) Check the black level. (7) Set < S13 > (R DRIVE). (4) Select "COLOR TEMPERATURE" and set to "LOW". (16) Select "1. (20) Press the [MUTING] key to memorize the set values. Setting value F46 F47 F48 090 016 016 Adjustment item Output level upon detection Minimum value upon detection Maximum value upon detection Adjust the 0% black to maximum brightness Fig.

PICTURE/SOUND" from the SERVICE MODE. < F47 > (Minimum value upon detection) and < F48 > (Maximum value upon detection) to values as shown in the left table. PICTURE/SOUND] S13: RDRV (R DRIVE) S15: GDRV (G DRIVE) S17: BDRV (B DRIVE) S19: CUTR (R CUTOFF) S21: CUTG (G CUTOFF) S23: CUTB (B CUTOFF) F44: (NO DISPLAY) (Picture control) F45: (NO DISPLAY) (Picture control mode sw) F46: OUT LV. (Output level upon detection) F47: LMT BTM (Minimum value upon Detection) F48: LMT TOP (Maximum value upon detection) (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) Description Input NTSC all-white signal. Set < F44 > (Picture control) to "000" to set Y ADJUST MAX MODE.YA029) .PP" from the SERVICE MODE. A-D Remote control CONVERTER unit GAIN Signal generator (9) (10) (11) (12) (13) (14) Item No. Set "ASPECT" to FULL.PICTURE/SOUND" from the SERVICE MODE. (Fig. Perform the "BLACK LEVEL Adjustment" again if the adjusted value is out of alignment. Set "VIDEO STATUS" to STANDARD. Set < F46 >(Output level upon detection). Set < S19 > (R CUTOFF). Check the black level. Set < F44 > (Picture control) to "001" and < F45 > (Picture control mode sw) to "000" to Set Y ADJUST MAX MODE. Set < S13 > (R DRIVE). Select "1. Select "1. Select "COLOR TEMPERATURE" and set to "LOW".PP] ADM010: (NO DISPLAY) (G GAIN) [1.3) Press the [MUTING] key to memorize the set values.Item Mesuring instrument Test point Adjustment part [8. < S15 > (G DRIVE) and < S17 > (B DRIVE) to "255". Press the [MUTING] key to memorize the set values.3 1-48 (No. Press the [MUTING] key to memorize the set values. Adjust < ADM010 > (G GAIN) to set the window screen on the upper half of the screen to maximum brightness. < S21 > (G CUTOFF) and < S23 > (B CUTOFF) to "128". Select "8. Setting value F46 F47 F48 090 220 220 Adjustment item Output level upon detection Minimum value upon detection Maximum value upon detection (16) (17) (15) Reduce black noise at this portion to the minimum Fig.

Select "8. Adjust < ADM014 > (B OFFSET) to change the screen from magenta to red. Select "1. Set < ADM012 > (R OFFSET) and < ADM014 > (B OFFSET) to the same value as in single-screen mode. Input monochrome signal such as cross hatch both to the right and the left screen. And take a note of the value.PP" from the SERVICE MODE. And take a note of the value. Set < F44 > (Picture control) to "000" to cancel the chrominance adjustment zero mode. Setting value F46 F47 F48 090 000 000 Adjustment item Output level upon detection Minimum value upon detection Maximum value upon detection (16) (15) (17) Set to allow color to disappear (18) (19) (20) (21) (22) (23) (24) (25) Fig. Change the value of < ADM012 > (R OFFSET) from the value above at the range of 5 to set the adjustment screen magenta. Return the value of < ADM012 > (R OFFSET) to the value that has been taken note of in the procedure 13. < S15 > (G DRIVE) and < S17 > (B DRIVE) to "255".PP] ADM012: (NO DISPLAY) (R OFFSET) ADM014: (NO DISPLAY) (B OFFSET) [1. Press the [MUTING] key to memorize the set values. < S21 > (G CUTOFF) and < S23 > (B CUTOFF) to "128". Select "COLOR TEMPERATURE" and set to "LOW". Adjust < ADM012 > (R OFFSET) to change the screen from magenta to blue. Repeat steps (6) ~ (17). Change the value of < ADM014 > (B OFFSET) from the initial value in the range of 5 to set the screen magenta. Set "MULTI-SCREEN" to "SPLIT" mode. Press the [MUTING] key to memorize the set values Input 1080i component 30% all-white signal.YA029)1-49 . (Output level upon detection) F47: LMT BTM (Minimum value upon detection) F48: LMT TOP (Maximum value upon detection) (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) Description Input NTSC component 30% all-white signal. < F47 > (Minimum value upon detection) and < F48 > (Maximum value upon detection) to values as shown in the left table. PICTURE/SOUND] S13: RDRV (R DRIVE) S15: GDRV (G DRIVE) S17: BDRV (B DRIVE) S19: CUTR (R CUTOFF) S21: CUTG (G CUTOFF) S23: CUTB (B CUTOFF) F44: (NO DISPLAY) (Picture control) F45: (NO DISPLAY) (Picture control mode sw) F46: OUT LV. Set < S19 > (R CUTOFF). Set < S13 > (R DRIVE). Set < F44 > (Picture control) to "001" and < F45 > (Picture control mode sw) to "003" to set the chrominance adjustment zero mode. Set "ASPECT" to FULL. Press the [MUTING] key to memorize the set values. Set < F46 >(Output level upon detection). Set "VIDEO STATUS" to STANDARD.PICTURE/SOUND" from the SERVICE MODE.Item Mesuring instrument Test point Adjustment part [8. Press the [MUTING] key to memorize the set values A-D Remote control CONVERTER unit OFFSET Signal generator (9) (10) (11) (12) (13) (14) Item No.4 (No.

NTSC Remote control BRIGHTNESS unit Signal generator (9) (10) (11) (12) (13) (14) Item No. YC SEP" from the SERVICE MODE. Set < F44 > (Picture control) to "001" and < F45 > (Picture control mode sw) to "000" to set Y DJUST MAX MODE.Item Mesuring instrument Test point Adjustment part [2.5) Press the [MUTING] key to memorize the set values. (Fig. Set < S13 > (R DRIVE). Fig. Set "ASPECT" to FULL. Set < F44 > (Picture control) to "000" to cancel Y ADJUST MAX MODE. < S21 > (G CUTOFF) and < S23 > (B CUTOFF) to "128".YA029) .PICTURE/SOUND" from the SERVICE MODE. Set < S19 > (R CUTOFF). YC SEP] YCM131: (NO DISPLAY) (BRIGHTNESS) [1. Press the [MUTING] key to memorize the set values.PICTURE/SOUND" from the SERVICE MODE. PICTURE/SOUND] S13: RDRV (R DRIVE) S15: GDRV (G DRIVE) S17: BDRV (B DRIVE) S19: CUTR (R CUTOFF) S21: CUTG (G CUTOFF) S23: CUTB (B CUTOFF) F44: (NO DISPLAY) (Picture control) F45: (NO DISPLAY) (Picture control mode sw) F46: OUT LV. Select "COLOR TEMPERATURE" to LOW. < S15 > (G DRIVE) and < S17 > (B DRIVE) to "255". Press the [MUTING] key to memorize the set values. Select "1. Adjust < YCM131 > (BRIGHTNESS) to set the lower half of the screen to the same black color as in the upper part. Select "2.5 1-50 (No. Setting value F46 F47 F48 090 016 016 Adjustment item Output level upon detection Minimum value upon detection Maximum value upon detection (15) (16) Set this part to the same black color as in the upper part. < F47 > (Minimum value upon detection) and < F48 > (Maximum value upon detection) to values as shown in the left table. Select "1. Set "VIDEO STATUS" to STANDARD. (Output level upon detection) F47: LMT BTM (Minimum value upon detection) F48: LMT TOP (Maximum value upon detection) (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) Description Input NTSC all-black signal. Set < F46 >(Output level upon detection).

< S21 > (G CUTOFF) and < S23 > (B CUTOFF) to "128". YC SEP] YCM132: (NO DISPLAY) (CONTRAST) [1. < S15 > (G DRIVE) and < S17 > (B DRIVE) to "255". (Fig.Item NTSC CONTRAST Mesuring instrument Remote control unit Signal generator Test point Adjustment part [2.YA029)1-51 . Set < S13 > (R DRIVE). Set "ASPECT" to FULL. YC SEP" from the SERVICE MODE. Select "2. Press the [MUTING] key to memorize the set values. PICTURE/SOUND] S13: RDRV (R DRIVE) S15: GDRV (G DRIVE) S17: BDRV (B DRIVE) S19: CUTR (R CUTOFF) S21: CUTG (G CUTOFF) S23: CUTB (B CUTOFF) F44: (NO DISPLAY) (Picture control) F45: (NO DISPLAY) (Picture control mode sw) F46: OUT LV. Adjust < YCM132 > (CONTRAST) to set the white portion on the lower half of the screen to white color. Setting value F46 F47 F48 090 165 165 Adjustment item Output level upon detection Minimum value upon detection Maximum value upon detection (15) (16) Adjust this portion to white Fig. Set "VIDEO STATUS" to STANDARD. Press the [MUTING] key to memorize the set values. (Output level upon detection) F47: LMT BTM (Minimum value upon detection) F48: LMT TOP (Maximum value upon detection) (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) Description Input NTSC composite all-white signal.6) Press the [MUTING] key to memorize the set values.6 (No. Set < F44 > (Picture control) to "001" and < F45 > (Picture control mode sw) to "000" to set Y ADJUST MAX MODE. Select "COLOR TEMPERATURE" to LOW. Set < F44 > (Picture control) to "000" to cancel Y ADJUST MAX MODE. < F47 > (Minimum value upon detection) and < F48 > (Maximum value upon detection) to values as shown in the left table. Select "1. Set < F46 > (Output level upon detection). (9) (10) (11) (12) (13) (14) Item No.PICTURE/SOUND" from the SERVICE MODE. Set < S19 > (R CUTOFF). Select "1.PICTURE/SOUND" from the SERVICE MODE.

Select "1. Select "8. Fig. < S15 > (G DRIVE) and < S17 > (B DRIVE) to "255. Set to SPLIT screen mode. (Fig. Select "COLOR TEMPERATURE" to LOW. Press the [MUTING] key to memorize the set values. < F47 > (Minimum value upon detection) and < F48 > (Maximum value upon detection) to values as shown in the left table. Set "ASPECT" to FULL.7 1-52 (No. SUB-SCREEN Remote control BLACK unit LEVEL Signal generator (6) (7) (8) (9) (10) (11) (12) (13) (14) Item No. PP] ADM013: (NO DISPLAY) (G offset) [1. Input NTSC signal that shows brightness gradation portion with 0% black on both the right and the left screen. Set < F46 > (Output level upon detection). PP" from the SERVICE MODE." Set < S19 > (R CUTOFF). Press the [MUTING] key to memorize the set values. Set < S13 > (R DRIVE).7) Press the [MUTING] key to memorize the set values. (Output level upon detection) F47: LMT BTM (Minimum value upon detection) F48: LMT TOP (Maximum value upon detection) (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) Description Set "VIDEO STATUS" to STANDARD. PICTURE/SOUND] S13: RDRV (R DRIVE) S15: GDRV (G DRIVE) S17: BDRV (B DRIVE) S19: CUTR (R CUTOFF) S21: CUTG (G CUTOFF) S23: CUTB (B CUTOFF) F44: (NO DISPLAY) (Picture control) F45: (NO DISPLAY) (Picture control mode sw) F46: OUT LV. Adjust < ADM013 > (G offset) to set the 0% black part on the right half of the screen to the same black color as on the left. Set < F44 > (Picture control) to "000".Item Mesuring instrument Test point Adjustment part [8. Setting value F46 F47 F48 090 016 016 Adjustment item Output level upon detection Minimum value upon detection Maximum value upon detection (15) (16) (17) SPLIT screen Mode Set the 0% black part in this part to the same black color as on the left screen.YA029) . Select "1.PICTURE/SOUND" from the SERVICE MODE.PICTURE/SOUND" from the SERVICE MODE for the right screen. Set < F44 > (Picture control) to "001" and < F45 > (Picture control mode sw) to "000" to set Y ADJUST MAX MODE. < S21 > (G CUTOFF) and < S23 > (B CUTOFF) to "125".

Set < F44 > (Picture control) to "001" and < F45 > (Picture control mode sw) to "000" to set Y ADJUST MAX mode. (Fig. (Output level upon detection) F47: LMT BTM (Minimum value upon detection) F48: LMT TOP (Maximum value upon detection) (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9) Description Set "VIDEO STATUS" to STANDARD. Press the [MUTING] key to memorize the set values.PICTURE/SOUND" from the SERVICE MODE. PP" from the SERVICE MODE. Press the [MUTING] key to memorize the set values.YA029)1-53 . Select "1. Input NTSC 100% white signal to both right and left screen. Select "COLOR TEMPERATURE" to LOW. Set < F46 >(Output level upon detection). Adjust the black level again if it is not proper. PICTURE/SOUND" from the SERVICE MODE for the right screen.Item Mesuring instrument Test point Adjustment part [8. Setting value F46 F47 F48 090 168 168 Adjustment item Output level upon detection Minimum value upon detection Maximum value upon detection (17) (18) (16) SPLIT screen Mode Adjust the upper half of the right screen to the brightest. SUB-SCREEN Remote control unit A-D CONVERTER Signal generator GAIN (10) (11) (12) (13) (14) (15) Item No.8 (No.8 ) Press the [MUTING] key to memorize the set values. Adjust < ADM010 > (G offset) so that upper right part of the screen is the brightest. PICTURE/SOUND] S13: RDRV (R DRIVE) S15: GDRV (G DRIVE) S17: BDRV (B DRIVE) S19: CUTR (R CUTOFF) S21: CUTG (G CUTOFF) S23: CUTB (B CUTOFF) F44: (NO DISPLAY) (Picture control) F45: (NO DISPLAY) (Picture control mode sw) F46: OUT LV. Set SPLIT screen mode. Check the black level adjusted in BLACK LEVEL adjustment. Set "ASPECT" to FULL. Set < F44 > (Picture control) to "000" to set Y ADJUST MAX MODE. Select "8. PP] ADM010: (NO DISPLAY) (G GAIN) [1. Set < S13 > (R DRIVE). Select "1. < S21 > (G CUTOFF) and < S23 > (B CUTOFF) to "128". Set < S19 > (R CUTOFF). < S15 > (G DRIVE) and < S17 > (B DRIVE) to "255". < F47 > (Minimum value upon detection) and < F48 > (Maximum value upon detection) to values as shown in the left table. Fig.

WHITE Remote control BALANCE unit (HIGH-LIGHT) Signal generator (7) (8) (9) (10) (11) (12) OSD OFFSET Remote control unit [6. or< S17 >(B DRIVE). (11) Select "6. and < F51 > (OSD R OFFSET) so that OSD background is in the same color as its surroundings. Adjust two that are not fixed so that the all-white screen is equally white throughout. Select "COLOR TEMPERATURE" to LOW. Fix one of < S13 >(R DRIVE). Set "VIDEO STATUS" to STANDARD.DD/CM" from the SERVICE MODE. PICTURE/SOUND] F49: (NO DISPLAY) (OSD G offset) F50: (NO DISPLAY) (OSD B OFFSET) F51: (NO DISPLAY) (OSD R OFFSET) Adjust so that background in this part is in the same color as its surroundings.Item Mesuring instrument Test point Adjustment part [1.PICTURE/SOUND" from the SERVICE MODE. fix < F51 > (OSD R OFFSET) and adjust the other two. (10) Display the MODE and check that there is no noise such as horizontal noise. Input HD (1125i) all-white signal. Fig. PICTURE/SOUND] S13: RDRV (R DRIVE) S15: GDRV (G DRIVE) S17: BDRV (B DRIVE) S19: CUTR (R CUTOFF) S21: CUTG (G CUTOFF) (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) Description Input NTSC 75% all-white signal.DD/CM" from the SERVICE MODE. Select "1. (2) Set "VIDEO STATUS" to STANDARD. (5) Select "6. lower < F49 > (OSD G offset). F49 128 (1) Input a picture whose signal (synchronization state) is stable. DD/CM] DDT01: (NO DISPLAY) (Picture control mode sw) [1. Check that white balance is properly tracked from lowlight to highlight . < S15 >(G DRIVE). < F50 > (OSD B OFFSET). and < F51 > (OSD R OFFSET) by one level so that no noise is detected. < F50 >(OSD B OFFSET). Set "ASPECT" to FULL. (7) Select "1. When the background is in blue. (3) Set "ASPECT" to FULL.9 1-54 (No. Press the [MUTING] key to memorize the set values. When the background is in red. (12) Set < DDT01 > (Picture control mode sw) to "000" to cancel OSD adjustment mode. (4) Select "COLOR TEMPERATURE" to LOW. (9) Press the [MUTING] key to memorize the set values. Set one of them to "255". (6) Set < DDT01 > (Picture control mode sw) to "001" to set OSD adjustment mode. Repeat steps (5) ~ (8). Input 525i 75% all-white signal. fix < F49 > (OSD G offset) and adjust the other two. When the background is in green. If noise is detected. (8) Adjust < F49 > (OSD G offset). fix < F50 > (OSD B OFFSET) and adjust the other two.YA029) . Repeat steps (5) ~ (8).PICTURE/SOUND" from the SERVICE MODE.

4 FAILURE HISTORY Failure history can be counted up to 9 times for each item. Failure history will be stored in the memory unless it has been deleted. 5. <Self-diagnosis Display Mode (Page 2)> TAM MEMP DDT FAN DVI OK OK OK OK OK PNL TMP TEMP DDP AD OK OK OK OK OK Fig.1 <Self-diagnosis Display Mode (Page 1)> LOB SYNC MEM VCD AIO TUN PP OK M:OK OK OK OK OK NG 4 TIM S:OK AVSW BS YC GCR IP OK HD:NG OK OK OK OK OK Item Item Diagnosis Normal = OK Abnormal = NG * As "SYNC" is not counted. (3) Press the [4] key (Self-diagnosis Display mode) before the service mode screen disappears. SELF-CHK Fig. use a remote control unit that contains the [MTS] key. I2C STOP 2. Failure detection is based on input state of I2C bus and the various control lines connected to the main microcomputer.Diagnosis is displayed in 2 ways via screen display and LED flashes.1 OUTLINE This unit comes with the "Self-diagnosis" feature. *Use the [MTS] key to toggle between Page 1 and Page 2. display will remain as 9.SECTION 5 TROUBLESHOOTING 5.Diagnosis is performed when power is turned on. (2) Press the [VIDEO STATUS] key and [DISPLY] key simultaneously.3 HOW TO EXIT THE SELF-DIAGNOSIS DISPLAY MODE To Save Failure History: Turn off the power by unplugging the AC power cord plug when in the self-diagnosis display mode.1.2 HOW TO ENTER THE SELF-DIAGNOSIS DISPLAY MODE (1) Press the [SLEEP TIMER] key and set it to 30 minutes.1. the number of failures is not displayed.1. then enter the TEST MODE. 5.YA029)1-55 . 5.1. NOTE: Only SYNC (with/without sync signals) will be neither counted nor stored. STATUS DISP. (4) Press the [MTS] key to enter Page 2 of the Self-diagnosis Display mode. TEST MODE TEST MODE 1. To perform the procedure (4). To Clear (Reset) Failure History: Turn off the power by pressing the [POWER] key on the remote control unit when in the self-diagnosis display mode.When the number exceeds 9. 4. and information input to the main microcomputer is monitored at all time.2 (No. NOTE: The remote control unit attached to this set does not contain the [MTS] key.1 SELF-DIAGNOSIS FEATURE 5. which checks the operational state of the circuit and displays/saves it during failure.

of times short circuit protection is triggered (9V/5V) [Q1961.1. start self-diagnosis check only after 3 seconds in the case of receivers and 5 seconds in the case of panels upon turning on the power. (1) Temporary defective transmissions across circuits due to pulse interruptions (2) Misalignment in the on/off timing of power for I2C bus (VCC) when turning on/off the main power. Diagnosis may be impeded if a large number of items are displayed as "NG". As such.5 POINTS TO NOTE WHEN USING THE SELF-DIAGNOSIS FEATURE In addition to circuit failures (abnormal operation).1.YA029) . 5. If recurrences are expected. the following cases may also be iagnosed as "Abnormal" and displayed and counted as "NG". ensure to clear (reset) the failure history and record the new diagnosis reults.6 DETAILS Self-diagnosis is performed for the following items: • PAGE 1 Item LOW B LINE SHORT PROTECTION Display LOB Description of detection Diagnosis signal (line) Means of detection Detection starts 3 seconds upon power on Turns off power if NG is detected within 200ms Unit Receiver 9V/5V Was Low B line short protector activated? No.S: IC3001] Is ACK returned during I2C transmission? [IC1703] Same as above [IC301] Same as above [IC6521] Same as above [IC3001] Same as above [IC1101] Not used Is ACK returned during I2C transmission? [IC1703] Same as above [IC201] Not used (Only display) SDA SDA ---SDA SDA SDA SDA SDA SDA ---- Checks whether there are synchronized signal in video signal Receiver MEMORY AV SWITCH VIDEO CHROMA AUDIO PROCESSING 3D Y/C SEPARATION RF TUNER GHOST REDUCTION MULTI-SCREEN PROCESSING DIST PROCESSING HDMI MEM Monitors upon every I2C transmission Receiver and counts if ACK is not returned Same as above Same as above Same as above Same as above Same as above ---Receiver Display Display Receiver Receiver ---- AVSW Same as above [IC1501] VCD AIO YC TUN GCR PP IP HDMI Monitors upon every I2C transmission Receiver and counts if ACK is not returned Same as above ---Receiver ---- 1-56 (No. Q1962] Did power supply frequency fluctuated from: 50Hz → 60Hz 60Hz → 50Hz Number of counts [IC1701] AC TIMER TIM Regularly detects power supply Receiver frequency by AC pulse counts and monitors frequency fluctuations other than instances immediately after reset WITH / WITHOUT SYNC SIGNALS SYNC Are there synchronized signals? SDA HD: Color difference synchronized signals (Yes / No ) M: Main Synchronized signals (Yes / No) S: Sub-synchronized signals (Yes / No) [HD: IC1211 M.5.

Trigger of error LOW B LINE SHORT PROTECTION PANEL OPERATION Display LOB LED flash cycle of receiver unit Every 2.0 sec Every 1. (No.0 sec Blue (High luminosity) every 2.1.7 DISPLAY METHOD WHEN RASTER IS NOT AVAILABLE When raster is not displayed due to failure of the set. "POWER LED" will start flashing immediately after power is turned off and power of tuner and panel cannot be turned on upon shutdown until the AC plugs are disconnected once and reconnected. Same as above Receiver Same as above [IC7701] 5.5 sec and Display turns off power if number of times temperature exceeds service setting beyond acceptable limit Monitors upon every I2C transmission Display and counts if ACK is not returned MEMP TEMP Is ACK returned during I2C transmission? [IC1703] Not used (Only display) SDA --Is ACK returned during I2C transmission? [IC401] Same as above [IC401] Not used (Only display) Is ACK returned during transmission? [IC501] I2C SDA SDA --- --- DDT SDA Monitors upon every I2C transmission Receiver and counts if ACK is not returned. Trigger for forced shutdown of power is stored and displayed. Same as above Display DDP SDA FAN AD DVI --- --I2C --- Monitors upon every transmission Receiver and counts if ACK is not returned.0 sec < Details on Operation > Power of TV will be turned off when NG is detected for "Panel Error" and "LOW B short Protection".0 sec TAM TMP Every 1.0 secs LED flash cycle of display unit Blue (Low luminosity) every 1. the POWER LED light will flash to indicate the ailure mode.• PAGE 2 Item PANEL TRANSMISSION TERMINAL ALARM Display PNL Description of detection Is panel protection activated properly? [PDP] Is panel protection activated properly? [PDP] Is temperature in PDP proper? [IC8101] Diagnosis signal (line) SDA Means of detection Unit Monitors upon every I2C transmission Display and counts if ACK is not returned Detection starts 5 seconds upon power on Performs detection every 16ms and turns off power if NG lasts for 500ms Display TAM SDA PANEL TEMPERATURE RISE MEMORY INSIDE TEMPERATURE OF A RECEIVER UNIT DEVICE DRIVE COLOR MANAGEMENT DEVICE DRIVE COLOR MANAGEMENT FAN STOP A-D CONVERTER DIGITAL INPUT PROCESS TMP SDA Performs detection every 0.YA029)1-57 .0 sec Blue (High luminosity) every 1.

Ontario M1X 1A7 (416)293-1311 (No.jvcservice.YA029) Printed in Japan WPC . www.com(US Only) JVC CANADA INC.JVC SERVICE & ENGINEERING COMPANY OF AMERICA DIVISION OF JVC AMERICAS CORP. Head office : 21 Finchdene Square Scarborough.

Plasma Display Users Guide For Model: PD-42WV74 TV CATV VCR DVD ASPECT SPLIT FREEZE MULTI SCREEN INDEX SWAP SELECT INPUT 1 V1 V2 V3 V4 1 4 7 100+ 2 5 8 0 3 6 9 RETURN+ TV INPUT 2 INPUT 3 INPUT 4 DIGITAL-IN D-IN THEATER NATURAL VIDEO PRO CINEMA STATUS LIGHT SLEEP TIMER DISPLAY SOUND + MUTING C.C. enter the model and serial number of your television (located at the rear of the television cabinet). Keep this user’s guide in a convenient place for future reference. VOL BACK VCR DVD POWER TV VCR REW PLAY FF REC STOP PAUSE OPEN CLOSE STILL PAUSE RM-C13G Illustration of PD-42WV74 and RM-C13G Important Note: In the spaces below. Staple your sales receipt or invoice to the inside cover of this guide. Model Number: Serial Number: LCT1517-001B 0903-KT-CR-VP . Keep the carton and original packaging for future use.C. CH VOL OK CH MENU VCR CHANNEL PREV NEXT C.

Avoid damaging the AC plug and power cord. 5. 4. receptacle or other outlet unless the blades can be fully inserted to prevent blade exposure. Refer servicing to qualified service personnel. . The exclamation point within an equilateral triangle is intended to alert the user to the presence of important operating and maintenance (servicing) instructions in the literature accompanying the appliance. Changes or modifications not approved by JVC could void the warranty. unplug the unit and call a service technician. TO INSURE PERSONAL SAFETY. 2. be sure to disconnect both the power plug from the AC outlet and antenna for your safety. Avoid Improper installation and never position the unit where good ventilation is unattainable. No user serviceable parts inside. DO NOT EXPOSE THIS TV SET TO RAIN OR MOISTURE. * To prevent electric shock do not use this polarized plug with an extension cord. 1. 3.Important Safety Precautions CAUTION RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK DO NOT OPEN CAUTION: To reduce the risk of electric shock. * When you don’t use this TV set for a long period of time. Do not remove cover (or back). The lightning flash with arrowhead symbol. OBSERVE THE FOLLOWING RULES REGARDING THE USE OF THIS UNIT. WARNING: CAUTION: TO PREVENT FIRE OR SHOCK HAZARDS. Do not allow objects or liquid into the cabinet openings. Do not attempt to repair it yourself or remove the rear cover. within an equilateral triangle is intended to alert the user to the presence of uninsulated “dangerous voltage” within the product’s enclosure that may be of sufficient magnitude to constitute a risk of electric shock to persons. In the event of trouble. Operate only from the power source specified on the unit.

stand. Use only with a cart. Heed all warnings. bracket. 10) 11) 12) 13) Unplug this apparatus during lightning storms or when unused for long periods of time. Do not block any ventilation openings. such as power-supply cord or plug is damaged. Do not defeat the safety purpose of the polarized or grounding-type plug. or other apparatus (including amplifiers) that produce heat. Servicing is required when the apparatus has been damaged in any way. heat registers. or table specified by the manufacturer. A polarized plug has two blades with one wider than the other. Only use attachments/accessories specified by the manufacturer. . JVC has determined that this product or product model meets the “ENERGY STAR®” guidelines for energy efficiency. Protect the power cord from being walked on or pinched particularly at plugs. liquid has been spilled or objects have fallen into the apparatus. Keep these instructions. use caution when moving the cart/apparatus combination to avoid injury from tip-over. such as vases. 14) Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel.• As an “ENERGY STAR®” partner. Follow all instructions. IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS 1) 2) 3) 4) 5) 6) 7) 8) 9) Read these instructions. shall be placed on the apparatus. Do not install near any heat sources such as radiators. If the provided plug does not fit into your outlet. the apparatus has been exposed to rain or moisture. stoves. A grounding type plug has two blades and a third grounding prong. or has been dropped. The wide blade or the third prong are provided for your safety. convenience receptacles. Clean only with dry cloth. and the point where they exit from the apparatus. does not operate normally. tripod. consult an electrician for replacement of the obsolete outlet. or sold with the apparatus. Install in accordance with the manufacturer’s instructions. 15) Apparatus shall not be exposed to dripping or splashing and no objects filled with liquids. Do not use this apparatus near water. When a cart is used.

16) Avoid improper installation and never position the unit where good ventilation is impossible. or towards the back. as well as inside a tightly enclosed area or piece of furniture. distance recommendations must be maintained between the set and the wall. When installing this TV. 8 inch/200 mm 6 inch/150 mm 6 inch/150 mm 2 inch/50 mm 2 inch/50 mm 4 inch/100 mm 4 inch/100 mm 4 inch/100 mm 4 inch/100 mm 17) — — — Cautions for installation Do not tilt the TV towards the left or right. Ensure that sufficient space is available around the TV to allow satisfactory cooling. Install the TV in a corner on the floor so as to keep cords out of the way. . Keep to the minimum distance guidelines shown for safe operation. The TV will generate a slight amount of heat during operation.

IMAGE SHIFT The picture displayed on the screen is shifted up. VIDEO STATUS The VIDEO STATUS function is initially set to DYNAMIC. set this function to FAST or STD. theater or game. Screen size is normally chosen to ensure that the picture is displayed on the entire screen. the picture will shift to the left or right when the channel or input is changed. This is only when the ASPECT function is in REGULAR mode. Do not display static images or characters for long periods of time. After viewing in the REGULAR mode in which black bands may occur at the left and right of the screen. Unless the TV is being watched in an extremely bright room. Avoid burn-in as follows.WARNING Burn-in A characteristic of Plasma Display Panels (PDPs) is that displaying the same image for a long time causes a part of the image to stay on the screen (this is called phosphor burn-in). down and to the left and right at regular intervals. it is recommended to change the VIDEO STATUS setting to standard. it is recommended to change to the PANORAMA mode to display the picture on the entire screen. Doing so will reduce the chance of PDP burn-in and extend the life of the PDP. While an image is displayed With power OFF Burn-in example Do not view for long periods of time using the SPLIT function (page 52) or INDEX function (page 53). In order to prevent burn-in. . (Refer to page 43.) Even if the IMAGE SHIFT function is turned off. While an image is displayed 19:03 19:03 With power OFF Burn-in example • Reduce PICTURE and BRIGHT on the PICTURE ADJUST menu (page 47) when viewing. Do not view for long periods of time in the REGULAR mode (page 58). (Refer to page 56).

Point defects PDPs use collections of fine pixels to display images. and could occur with any television using PDP. a buzzing noise and image distortion may occur. Do not install the TV near electronic equipment that is susceptible to electromagnetic waves It may cause interference in images. This phenomenon is peculiar to PDP (Plasma Display Panel). please understand that a very small number of pixels may not light or may light all the time.000 m. Note: Once burn-in occurs it will never disappear completely. .WARNING If Burn-in has occurred If burn-in occurs.99% of these pixels. It is not a malfunction. While there is no problem with more than 99. In particular. If the television is used at a location above an altitude of 2. try the BURN-IN IMAGE REDUCER function (page 48). Effect on infrared devices There may be interference while using infrared devices such as infrared cordless headphones. The phenomenon described below is not a malfunction. sound. etc. If burn-in is minimal it may gradually become less noticeable. keep video equipment away from this product.

. . . . . . . . . . . . . Audio Out . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Sound . . . . . . . . . . . Number Buttons . . . 49 Adjust Sound Settings . . . . . . . . Getting Started . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 61 63 64 66 67 Picture Adjust . . . . . . . . . . . . . Video Status . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Split . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Menu . . . . . . Reset . 50 Set Clock . 47 47 47 48 48 48 48 . . . . . Image Shift . Set Lock Code . Display . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Connections . . . . . . . . . . . . . 49 MTS (Multi-Channel Television Sound) . . . . TV/CATV Slide Switch . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . VCR and DVD Codes Cable box or Satellite Codes . . . .C. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Authorized Service Centers Specifications . . . . . Position Adjustment Digital-In . . . . . . . Adjust Picture Settings Color Temperature . . . . . . . . . . . . . V-Chip . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Search Codes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . VCR Codes . . 30 The Onscreen Menu System . . . . . . . . . . . . C. . 47 Picture Settings . . . . Warranty . . . TV Speaker . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Channel Summary . . . .Table of Contents Quick Setup . . . . . . . . . Light . . . 49 Sound Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Noise Muting . . . . . . . . . . . . . Index . . . . . 31 Initial Setup . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Swap . . . . . . . Closed Caption . . . . Language . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . VCR/DVD Slide Switch VCR Buttons . . . . . . . Sleep Timer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Color Management . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 100+ Button . TheaterPro D6500K . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Muting . . . . . . . . . . . Set Up Your TV . . . . . . . Digital-In . . . 26 Setting CATV. . . . . . . . . . Power Indicator . . . 26 26 27 28 29 Onscreen Menus . DVD Buttons . . . . Warnings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Plug-In Menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Auto Shut Off . . . . . . . . . 49 Clock/Timers . . . . Natural Cinema . . V1 Smart Input . . . . . 52 Multi Screen Function . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 Unpacking your TV . . . . . . . . 50 On/Off Timer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . The Remote Control . . . . Input . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Back . . . . . . . . . Burn-in Image Reducer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Attaching the stand to the TV . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . OK . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Aspect . . . . . . Auto Demo . . . . . . . Power . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Front Panel Lock . . . Select . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . DVD Codes . . . . . . . . . . . . . TV Remote Control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 51 Button Functions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 52 52 53 53 53 53 54 54 54 54 54 55 55 56 56 56 56 57 57 58 58 59 59 59 59 60 60 60 60 60 Remote Programming . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Connecting Your Devices . . 30 Using the Guide .8 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . TV/Receiver . . . Digital Noise Clear . . 33 Auto Tuner Setup . . . . . . . . The Interactive Plug In Menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33 33 34 40 41 41 41 42 42 43 43 43 44 44 45 45 46 46 Appendices Troubleshooting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . XDS ID . . . Aspect Ratios . . . . . . . .9 10 11 12 12 14 16 16 23 23 Sound Adjust . . . . . . . . . . . . . Return +/TV . . . . Freeze . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

Quick Setup Unpacking your TV Thank you for your purchase of a JVC Color Television. Before you begin setting up your new television. Receiver TV AA/R06-size batteries (used to check operation) Remote control System cable Ferrite core × 1 Power cord Screw (A) × 2 Screw (B) × 6 Screw (C) × 4 Cable clamp × 1 Cover × 2 Stand × 1 8 . please check to make sure you have all of the following items.

Screw (A) 2. • Clamp the system cable and power cord using the cable clamp after connecting the system cable and the power cord to the TV.Quick Setup Attaching the stand to the TV Read the following instructions and then attach the supplied stand to the TV. Stand 3. It should always be carried by at least two people. Secure the TV to the stand with the screws (B). Attempting to carry it by yourself may lead to it being dropped causing injuries and damage. Insert the heads of the screws (A) into the top of the stand bar and temporarily secure the TV to the stand. Remove the paper from the bottom of the cable clamp and attach the cable clamp to the stand. Required items: Phillips screwdriver 1. Insert the cover to the stand and fix with the screws (C). WARNING: The TV is heavy. 9 . Cover Screw (C) Cable clamp 5. Attach the TV to the stand. Screw (B) Screw (B) 4. Attach the screws (A) to the back of the TV.

1 INPUT-4 terminal (pages 20) 2 POWER button (page 15) 3 Power lamp (page 15) 10 . please refer to the proper diagrams for your specific TV and remote. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Remote control sensor Power lamp (page 15) MENU button (pages 32) INPUT button (page 54) VOL (Volume) -/+ buttons CH -/+ buttons (page 14) POWER button Receiver Front How to open the cover S-VIDEO VIDEO AUDIO L/MONO R OVER POWER INPUT-4 Refer to the pages in parentheses for details.Quick Setup TV/Receiver NOTE: Before you connect your receiver to another device. Display Front Refer to the pages in parentheses for details.

CH VOL OK CH MENU VCR CHANNEL PREV NEXT C. see pages 52-60. 11 . VOL BACK VCR DVD POWER TV VCR REW PLAY FF REC STOP PAUSE OPEN CLOSE STILL PAUSE RM-C13G RM-C13G • For information on remote control buttons.C.C.Quick Setup TV Remote Control TV CATV VCR DVD ASPECT SPLIT FREEZE MULTI SCREEN INDEX SWAP SELECT INPUT 1 V1 V2 V3 V4 1 4 7 100+ 2 5 8 0 3 6 9 RETURN+ TV INPUT 2 INPUT 3 INPUT 4 THEATER NATURAL VIDEO DIGITAL-IN PRO CINEMA STATUS D-IN SLEEP TIMER DISPLAY SOUND + LIGHT MUTING C.

Connection Diagram TV (back) DISPLAY INPUT CONNECT TO SYSTEM CABLE AC 120V Supplied system cable Cable supplied with TV • Refer to page 13 for connection details. • Refer to page 13 for connection details. with the basic information you need to begin using your new television right away. SUB WOOFER OUT AUDIO OUT R-AUDIO-L VIDEO DIGITAL IN Pb Pb DISPLAY OUT(SYSTEM CABLE) AV COMPULINK Pr Pr Cable supplied with receiver Receiver (back) • Refer to page 13 for connection details.Quick Setup Getting Started Getting Started These quick setup pages will provide you. in four easy steps. please consult other sections of this manual.Set Up Your TV Caution • Turn off all equipment (including the TV) before connecting anything. 12 . If you have questions. STEP 1 . or for more detailed information on any of these steps.

Press connector 2 firmly into place until it is locked. • Failure to use the supplied power cord or to insert it into a correctly grounded outlet may result in electric shocks. 60 Hz) on the unit.Quick Setup Connecting the TV and receiver Use the supplied system cable to connect the TV to the receiver. Release connector 2 by removing it from the socket while pressing the release bottoms on either side. press the connector into the socket. Caution • Operate only from the power source specified (AC 120V. • Remove the AC plug from the outlet to completely disconnect the TV from the power supply. The two connectors are of different shapes. Ensure that the pins on connector 1 are oriented correctly. Receiver rear 1 2 Disconnecting the system cable Release connector 1 by unscrewing the screws at left and right and removing it from the socket. Getting Started Use the supplied power cord which best suits the area in which you live. 13 . Back of the TV AC INLET Power cord AC INLET Power cord Back of the receiver Insert the AC plug into a correctly grounded outlet. SUB WOOFER OUT AUDIO OUT R-AUDIO-L VIDEO DIGITAL IN Pb Pb DISPLAY OUT(SYSTEM CABLE) AV COMPULINK Pr Pr 1 2 Connecting the power cord to the AC outlet Insert the AC plugs on the power cords from the TV and receiver into AC outlets. and tighten the screws at left and right to lock it in place.

placing the “–” end in the unit first. The channels will zip by at a rate of five channels per second. Getting Started When you change the batteries. The top and bottom buttons will scan forward and back through the available channels. These buttons are also marked with four arrows and are used with JVC’s onscreen menu system.Quick Setup Step 2 – The Remote Control Before you can operate your remote control. If you take longer than three minutes. press and hold CH+ or CH–. See pages 26-29. Slide the cover back into place. and/or cable box/satellite receiver may have to be reset. you first need to install the batteries (included). press the MENU button. DVD. To move rapidly through the channels using JVC’s Hyperscan feature. Key Feature Buttons The four key feature buttons at the center of the remote can be used for basic operation of the television. Insert two batteries (included) carefully noting the “+” and “–” markings. the remote control codes for your VCR. 14 . Slide the cover on the back of the remote down towards the bottom of the remote control. To use the onscreen menus. The right and left buttons will turn the volume up or down. try to complete the task within three minutes.

the power lamps do not light even when the TV is on. when the POWER INDICATOR in the MENU is set to OFF.Quick Setup Basic Operation Getting Started Turn the television on and off by pressing the POWER button at the top right corner of the remote. the TV and TUNER power lamps do not light. (Refer to “POWER INDICATOR” on page 41) 15 . When the TV is on. However. the TV and TUNER power lamps light. VCR or DVD player. Slide to DVD to control a DVD player. (Refer to page 16. the interactive plug-in menu appears. Display front Remote control sensor Power lamp Receiver front POWER POWER button Power lamp • When the TV is off. • Turn on the TV after connecting it to the other surrounding devices. If this is the first time you are turning on the TV. • Slide the VCR/DVD selector switch to VCR to control a VCR.) • Make sure the TV/CATV switch is set to TV. Move the switch to CATV only if you need to operate a cable box. Please see pages 26 to 29 for instructions on programming your remote control to operate a cable box.

Do you use a Cable TV Box? Yes No Do you have a VCR? Do you have a VCR? Yes No Yes No Diagram #2 Diagram #1 Diagram #3 Diagram #1 16 . If you follow these diagrams and the television does not work properly. stereo amplifiers. • Attach the ferrite core as close to the receiver as possible. refer to the appropriate diagrams to connect your receiver to other devices that you may have. Camcorders and DVD players. Then. please refer to the satellite TV manual. Please follow the flow chart below to determine which connection setup is right for you. DVD players. Using it without the ferrite core may lead to noise (interference). After you are finished connecting your devices. see Diagram #3. etc. contact your local cable operator. Used to connect audio/video devices like VCRs. you will use plugs like the ones illustrated below.Quick Setup Step 3 – Connecting Your Devices Connections To make these connections. A VCR is not necessary for operation of the television. plug the power cord into the nearest power outlet and turn on the TV. game consoles. A DVD player is optional. Coaxial Cables Ferrite core (accessory) Component Cables Composite Cables Audio Cables Used to connect an external antenna or cable TV system to your receiver. Attach the ferrite core to the coaxial cable. S-Video Cable Used to make video connections with S-Video VCRs. • To connect a DVD player. • If you have a satellite television system.

Diagram #2 Notes: • Use the S-Video connection if possible for superior picture quality. 17 . connect the cable wire from the wall outlet into the back of the receiver.Quick Setup Diagram #1 Connections Note: • If you do not have a cable box. • Your VCR must be turned on to view premium cable channels.

• You may also connect the DVD player to Input 1. • Be careful not to confuse the red DVD cable with the red audio cable. blue and red are the most common colors for DVD cables. Diagram #3 Pb Pb Pr Pr 18 . Please consult the user’s manual for your DVD player for more information.Quick Setup Connections Notes: • Green. Some models may vary colors. It is best to complete one set of connections (DVD or audio output) before starting the other to avoid accidentally switching the cables.

or other compu link device. or www. Note: • The AV compu link cable has a male 3. Plug the other end of the AV compu link cable into the AV COMPU LINK at the rear of the receiver. • The AV compu link cable may be included with the JVC AV compu link unit you wish to connect. automatic switching will occur when you push the VCR’s PLAY button. the VCR or DVD player sends a signal to the television telling it to turn on and switch to the proper video input.5 mm (mono) plug on each end. AV Compu Link Cable AV COMPULINK Notes: • In order for the VCR playback to begin automatically. the recording tabs must be removed from the VHS tape. see the receiver connection instructions for detailed connection information.jvcservice. using the AV compu link. To Connect: Plug one end of the AV compu link cable into the AV COMPU LINK INPUT on your VCR.Quick Setup Connecting to JVC AV Compu Link Connections JVC’s AV compu link feature makes playing video tapes or DVDs totally automatic. • If your JVC brand VCR has “A code/B code remote control switching” (see your VCR’s instruction book). using VCR A code will switch the TV to input 1. If it is not. • AV compu link is compatible with select AV compu link receivers.com for part # EWP 805-012. If the tab is in place. 19 . • AV Compu Link can only be used with JVC brand products. contact JVC Parts Department at (800)-882-2345. DVD. Simply insert a pre-recorded tape into your JVC brand VCR or DVD into your JVC DVD player and the device will automatically turn on and begin playback. • To connect a JVC HiFi receiver or amplifier for a completely automated home theater. At the same time. • Refer to your DVD instruction book for detailed connection information.

To access. SUB WOOFER OUT AUDIO OUT 1) Connect a white composite cable from the LEFT AUDIO OUTPUT on the back of the receiver to the LEFT AUDIO INPUT on the amplifier. 3) Connect a black composite cable from the SUBWOOFER OUT on the back of the receiver to the LINE INPUT of the subwoofer. You can also connect these using the television’s rear input jacks. 3) Connect a red composite cable from the camcorder RIGHT AUDIO OUT. 2) Connect a white composite cable from the camcorder LEFT AUDIO OUT. pull on the door to open it. into the LEFT AUDIO IN on the front of the receiver. game console or other equipment to your television by using the front input jacks (Input 4) located under the front panel door. OR connect an S-Video cable from the front of the receiver to the camcorder. using the same instructions.Quick Setup Connecting to a Camcorder Connections You may connect a camcorder. Connect it to the LEFT AUDIO IN on the front of the receiver. • You can use AUDIO OUTPUT for your home theater system. into the RIGHT AUDIO IN on the front of the receiver. Simply connect the subwoofer to the back of the receiver. 2) Connect a red composite cable from the RIGHT AUDIO OUTPUT on the back of the receiver to the RIGHT AUDIO INPUT on the amplifier. Notes: • Refer to your amplifier’s manual for more information. Connecting to an External Amplifier Subwoofer Out . Note: • If your camcorder is a mono sound model it will have only one AUDIO OUT.Use a powered subwoofer with the surround feature to simulate a home theater system. S-VIDEO AUDIO VIDEO L/MONO R OVER INPUT-4 1) Connect a yellow composite cable from the camcorder VIDEO OUT. 20 . into the VIDEO IN on the front of the receiver.

3) Connect the DTV decoder RIGHT AUDIO OUTPUT to the DIGITAL-IN RIGHT AUDIO INPUT. the horizontal balance may be slightly shifted. (This terminal is for use in the future when high bandwidth digital content protection DTV decoders and DVD players and D-VHS are put on the market. For detailed information.) 21 . R-AUDIO-L VIDEO DIGITAL IN DTV decoder 1) Connect the DTV DIGITAL RGB OUTPUT TERMINAL to the DIGITAL INPUT TERMINAL of the receiver. use the component video input (or the S-Video input or video input).) After the connections have been made. In cases such as this. Set the DTV decode digital-out terminal output setting to 1080i. If you can not display the picture because your DTV decoder does not have a digital-out terminal output setting. and then tighten the 2 screws. • The digital-in terminal is not compatible with the picture signal of a personal computer. 720p and 480p picture signals. Refer to page 18. In this case the picture will be displayed as an analog signal. tighten the screw to secure the cables. the horizontal balance can be adjusted by accessing “DIGITAL-IN” in the INITIAL SETUP menu. • The Digital-In terminal can only be used with 1080i. high-definition pictures can be displayed on the screen in their digital form. (Refer to page 42. refer to the DTV decoder instruction manual. • Use a DVI-D single link 19-pin cable (commercially available) in order to digitally connect the receiver with a DTV decoder. 720p or 480p.Quick Setup Connections Connecting to a Digital TV Receiver w/HDCP By inputting a high bandwidth digital content protection high definition picture source to the digital-in terminal of this television. If 480p signals (640x480 or 720x480) are displayed on the screen. 2) Connect the DTV decoder LEFT AUDIO OUTPUT to the DIGITAL-IN LEFT AUDIO INPUT.

3) Connect a Green Component Cable from the AV Receiver's Y MONITOR OUT. into the PB VIDEO INPUT-1 on the back of your receiver.Quick Setup Connections Connecting to an AV Receiver using your television’s V1 Smart Input By connecting your AV Receiver to your television's V1 smart Input. into the PR VIDEO INPUT-1 on the back of your receiver. Notes: • Please refer to your AV Receiver instruction manual for more information on connecting your speakers and other devices like a DVD player. without having to change or use the other input connections on your TV. In this case we recommend using the S-Video connection. 2) Connect a Yellow Component Cable from the AV Receiver's MONITOR OUT. This allows you to free up other input connections so you can connect more devices to your television. • Some AV Receiver's may not respond when the V1 Smart Input funcion is turned on. 5) Connect a Red Component Cable from the AV Receiver's PR MONITOR OUT. you can watch picture sources from many diffeent devices. • Use your AV Receiver's remote to switch to the diferent devices you have connected. AV Receiver MONITOR OUT Y PB PR MONITOR OUT Receiver Rear Panel Pb Pb Pr Pr 1) Connect an S-Video Cable from the AV Receiver's MONITOR OUT. • If you have video connections for each input device connected to your AV Receiver. 4) Connect a Blue Component Cable from the AV Receiver's PB MONITOR OUT. into the Y VIDEO INPUT-1 on the back of your receiver. to the S-Video INPUT-1 on the back of your receiver. you should not connect them using both S-Video and Composite connection at the same time when you are using V1 input as the V1 Smart Input. into the VIDEO INPUT-1 on the back of your receiver. 22 .

Quick Setup Step 4 – The Interactive Plug In Menu Plug-In Menu When you turn your television on for the first time the interactive plug-in menu will appear. Français or Español) To NEXT (To set clock) (To be continued.. Language After the “JVC INTERACTIVE PLUG IN MENU” has been displayed. You can choose to view your onscreen menus in three languages: English.. You can choose “AUTO” or “MANUAL” for setting the clock. To choose a language: (English. • The auto tuner setup of which channels you wish to receive. French (Français) or Spanish (Español).) 23 . the TV automatically switches to the LANGUAGE settings. The plug-in menu helps you to get your TV ready to use by letting you set your preferences for: • The language in which you want the onscreen menus to appear. • Setting the TV’s clock to the correct time so your timer functions will work properly. We recommend you complete the interactive plug-in items before you start using your television.

You must set the clock before operating any timer functions. Eastern. The clock will move forward one hour at 2:00 am on the first Sunday in April. If you choose AUTO.Quick Setup Auto Clock Set Plug-In Menu Before you use any of your TV’s timer functions. You must set the clock before operating any timer functions. Pacific. ON or OFF To NEXT (To Auto Tuner Setup) Notes: • The Daylight Savings Time feature automatically adjusts your TV’s clock for Daylight Savings. Central. You may precisely set your clock using the XDS time signal broadcast by most public broadcasting stations. Alaska or Hawaii) To move to D. choose MANUAL. (To be continued..T. • You will have to reset the clock after a power interruption. If you do not have this in your area. you must first set the clock. To set the clock using the XDS signal: To choose AUTO To TIME ZONE To select your time zone: (Atlantic. see auto clock set above.S. you will have to set the clock manually.T. To choose MANUAL To TIME To set the hour To minute To set the minute To Start Clock Note: • You will have to reset the clock after a power interruption.. The clock will move back one hour at 2:00 am on the last Sunday in October. Manual Clock Set To set your clock manually (without using the XDS signal). See manual clock set below. (Daylight Savings Time) To turn D. Mountain.) 24 .S.

When the setup is finished. THANK YOU!! SETUP IS NOW COMPLETE is displayed. You can now begin watching your television.Quick Setup Auto Tuner Setup Plug-In Menu In auto tuner setup. use the menu to perform these settings. or you can continue on in this guide for more information on programming your remote control. (depending on the type of hookup). Your quick setup is now complete. active channels. usually 3 or 4 in the auto tuner memory. • The interactive plug-in menu setting does not appear if your TV has been turned on before. In this case. have only 1 channel. This means when you scan (using the CHANNEL +/– buttons) you will receive only clear. Cable Box and Satellite Users: After your auto tuner setup is complete. This is normal. or using the JVC onscreen menu system to customize your television viewing experience. To choose CABLE or AIR (or SKIP when you skip Auto Tuner Setup) To START NOW PROGRAMMING ! 48 Programming will take approximately 1 to 2 minutes. you may. the TV automatically scans through all available channels. memorizing the active ones and skipping over blank ones or channels with weak signals. 50 and 33. • Skip appears only for interactive plug-in menu. Notes: • Noise muting will not work during Auto Tuner Setup. See pages 43. The Quick Setup is complete 25 .

then enter the first code number listed with the 10 key pad. 4) Release the DISPLAY button. use the remote control supplied by the manufacturer. 26 . on page 29. 1) Find the cable box or satellite brand from the list of codes shown below. and confirm the operation of the cable box/satellite receiver. channel up/down. satellite receiver. Cable Box or Satellite Codes The remote control is programmed with cable box and satellite codes for power on/off. 2) Slide the 2-way selector switch to “CATV”. and 10 key operation. VCR and DVD Codes You can program your remote to operate your cable box. try the search codes function. 3) Press and hold down the DISPLAY button. If the equipment does not respond to any of the codes listed below or to the code search function. VCR or DVD player by using the instructions and codes listed below. If it does not respond to any code.Remote Programming Setting the CATV. • If your cable or satellite box does not respond to the first code. try the others listed.

stop. • To record. and confirm the operation of the VCR. 4) Release the DISPLAY button. • If your VCR does not respond to the first code. try the others listed. play. If so. channel up/down operation. If it does not respond to any of the codes. some VCR buttons may not work properly. 3) Press and hold down the DISPLAY button. hold down the REC button on the remote and press PLAY. pause. use the VCR’s remote.Remote Programming VCR Codes The remote control is programmed with VCR codes for power on/off. rewind. • After you program your remote. fast-forward. 27 . 1) Find the VCR brand from the list of codes shown below. 2) Slide the first 2-way selector switch to “TV” and the other 2-way selector switch to “VCR”. then enter the first code number listed with the 10 key pad. record. try the search codes function on page 29.

use the DVD player’s remote. and still/pause operation. 1) Find the DVD player brand from the list of codes shown below.Remote Programming DVD Codes The remote control is programmed with DVD codes for power on/off. If so. tray open/close. try the search codes function on page 29. 3) Press and hold down the DISPLAY button. rewind. stop. previous/next chapter. • If your DVD player does not respond to the first code. fast-forward. • After you program your remote. If it does not respond to any of the codes. 4) Release the DISPLAY button. and confirm the operation of the DVD player. some DVD buttons may not work properly. 28 . play. 2) Slide the first 2-way selector switch to “TV” and the other 2-way selector switch to “DVD”. try the others listed. then enter the first code number listed with the 10 key pad.

3) Release the RETURN+/TV button. then release the POWER button. press RETURN+/TV. and there is no response. then press the RETURN+/TV button for more than three seconds. If there was no response. VCR/DVD Search Codes Function 1) Slide the first 2-way selector switch to “TV” and the other 2-way selector switch to “VCR” or “DVD”. 4) Press the POWER button on the remote. 6) Press RETURN+/TV to exit. 3) Release the RETURN+/TV button. 2) Press and hold down the POWER button. press RETURN+/TV. If there was no response. If you repeat Step 4 a total of 80 times without a response. 5) If there was a response. 6) Press RETURN+/TV to exit. If you repeat Step 4 a total of 80 times for the VCR (40 times for the DVD player). 5) If there was a response. then release the VCR or DVD POWER button. repeat Step 4. 4) Press the VCR or DVD POWER button. repeat Step 4. The codes are now set. and see if the cable or satellite box responds. 2) Press and hold down the VCR or DVD POWER button. The codes are now set. 29 . then press the RETURN+/TV button for more than three seconds. use the remote control that came with your equipment. and see if the VCR or DVD responds. use the remote control that came with your equipment.Remote Programming Search Codes Cable/Satellite Search Codes Function 1) Slide the first 2-Way Mode Selector switch to CATV.

If you use the Menu button on the TV’s front panel instead of the remote. Pressing the CH+ or CH– buttons let you: • • • • • Move vertically in a main menu screen Move through a submenu screen Move to the next letter. not exact replications of the television’s onscreen displays.) The “helping arrow” icon points to the highlighted or selected item in a menu. press the MENU button on the remote control. or other choice in a submenu Back up to correct an error Scan through TV channels (when not in a menu screen) Left and right arrows mean press the VOLUME+ or VOLUME– buttons to move left or right to: • Select a highlighted menu item • Select an item in a submenu • Select numbers in certain menu options • Turn the volume up or down (when not in a menu screen) The “press button” icon means you should press the button named on your remote control. To bring up the onscreen menu. The “interactive plug-in menu” will appear the first time the TV is plugged in. an additional menu screen showing INPUT and ASPECT will appear between INITIAL SETUP and PICTURE ADJUST. 30 . The ones you will see most frequently are: Up and Down arrows mean press the CH+ or CH– buttons. Note: • Menus shown in this book are illustrations. The item that appears in green is the one currently selected. number. (Button names appear in SMALL CAPITAL LETTERS.Onscreen Menus Using the Guide Certain symbols are used throughout this guide to help you learn about the features of your new television.

Notes: • If you do not press any buttons for about a minute. Examples of the onscreen menus are shown on the next page. The Onscreen Menu System To open the onscreen menu system. Each menu and its features will be discussed in the following pages of this guide. When you press the up arrow at the top of the list or the down arrow at the bottom. • Some menu items may not appear in menu screens when certain aspect ratios or inputs are selected. • Button names in this guide are shown in SMALL CAPITAL LETTERS. Pressing MENU on the remote control will close the onscreen menu system and return you to normal television viewing. the next menu screen will appear. the onscreen menu will automatically shut off. You navigate within the onscreen menus by using the four directional arrow buttons on the remote control. • Menus may appear in different sizes onscreen depending on the aspect ratio selected. The selected feature and option on a menu screen are highlighted in a different color.Onscreen Menus The Onscreen Menu System Your television comes with JVC’s onscreen menu system. see pages 23-25. press the MENU button on the remote control. Use the arrows to select an option from the highlighted feature. 31 . Detailed explanations on using each menu follow later in this guide. Channel and volume functions will not operate when the onscreen menu is active). (These buttons are also the CH +/– and VOL +/– buttons. Selected Option (Green) Selected Option (Blue) To move to a different feature use the arrows to move up or down the list. For information about the interactive plug-in Menu. The onscreen menus let you make adjustments to your television’s operation simply and quickly.

the FRONT PANEL CONTROL menu between INITIAL SETUP 03 and PICTURE ADJUST 01 will appear. • When the Menu button on the TV front panel is pressed. 32 .Onscreen Menus Press the MENU button INITIAL SETUP 04 INITIAL SETUP 03 PICTURE ADJUST 01 INITIAL SETUP 02 PICTURE ADJUST 02 INITIAL SETUP 01 SOUND ADJUST Notes: CLOCK/TIMERS • The DIGITAL-IN menu can only be displayed when a 480p picture signal is input to the digital-in terminal and the picture is being displayed on the screen.

The auto tuner is finished when the message PROGRAMMING OVER! appears onscreen. Press the MENU button To AUTO TUNER SETUP To operate To choose CABLE or AIR Press the OK button to start Programming will take approximately 1 to 2 minutes. follow the steps below. Press the MENU button To CHANNEL SUMMARY To operate To the Lock Column ( ) Press the ZERO button to lock or unlock that channel Press the MENU button when finished 33 . If any channels were missed during auto tuner setup and you wish to add them. Press the MENU button To CHANNEL SUMMARY To operate The Channel summary screen will now be displayed with the channels set to scan marked with an “”. Press the Menu button when finished Channel Summary Channel summary allows you to customize the line-up of channels received by your TV. you may by placing an “” next to the channel number.Initial Setup Auto Tuner Setup The auto tuner setup function is described on page 25 as the interactive plug-in menu. If you need to run the auto tuner setup again. You can add or delete channels from the line-up or prevent any unauthorized viewers from watching any or all 181 channels. You can delete channels from the scan by removing the “”. To the SCAN column Press the OK button to include or delete from scan Press the MENU button when finished You can block access to a channel by activating the channel lock.

You may use any or all of the settings (US V-Chip. Even if you set up V-CHIP ratings limits. The V-Chip menu below is the starting point for your V-Chip settings. Canada V-Chip. See page 37 for information on how to block unrated programs. and movies are broadcast without a ratings signal. Note: Some programs.- V-Chip Your TV is equipped with V-Chip technology which enables you to block channels or content that you feel to be inappropriate for children. the following message appears: To watch a channel that you have locked. enter the Lock Code using the 10 key pad. • See also “Set Lock Code”. based on US and Canada rating guidelines. To access the rating categories: Press the MENU button To V-CHIP To operate (Lock icon will appear) Press ZERO to access the V-Chip menu To turn V-Chip ON or OFF (V-Chip must be turned ON for rating settings to operate) To move to SET US TV RATINGS. Notes: • Once a channel has been unlocked. . If the wrong code is entered.Initial Setup Channel Guard Message When a viewer attempts to watch a guarded channel. You can customize the V-Chip settings of your television to match your personal tastes. VCR tapes or Camcorder connection. it will remain unlocked until the television is turned off. the message “INVALID LOCK CODE!” will flash on the screen. page 40. Canadian V-Chip settings (for programming broadcast from Canada). You can use US V-Chip settings (for programming broadcast from the United States). and movie ratings. Descriptions for setting each of the three V-Chip formats appear in the next six pages along with descriptions of the rating categories. PLEASE ENTER LOCK CODE BY 10 KEY PAD TO UNLOCK IT. these programs will not be blocked. Movie ratings). Note (for Canadian viewers): The V-Chip function is based on specifications designed for the United States and therefore may not work properly in Canada. NO. or SET CANADIAN RATINGS (see following pages for descriptions of each item) 34 . V-Chip has no effect on video signals from a DVD discs... THIS CHANNEL IS LOCKED BY CHANNEL GUARD. SET MOVIE RATINGS. The channel cannot be accessed until the correct code is entered.

Press the MENU button To V-CHIP To operate (The lock icon appears) Press ZERO to access V-Chip setup options To UNRATED To VIEW or BLOCK Press MENU when done 35 . Programming on television stations which do not broadcast rating signals will be placed in the “Unrated Programming” category. Examples of Unrated programs: • • • • • Note: • TV programs or movies that do not have rating signals will be blocked if the unrated category is set to BLOCK. Emergency Bulletins News Public Service Announcements Sports Some Commercials • • • • Locally Originated Programming Political Programs Religious Programs Weather Directions to Block Unrated Programs You can block programs that are not rated.Initial Setup Unrated Programs Unrated programming refers to any programming which does not contain a rating signal.

sexual situations. limited violence. PARENTAL RATING SYSTEMS Programs with the following ratings are appropriate for children. ❒ TV Y7 is for Older Children Most parents would find such programs suitable for children 7 and above. strong coarse language. ❒ TV Y is Appropriate for All Children Programs are created for very young viewers and should be suitable for all ages. ❒ TV MA Mature Audiences Only These programs are specifically for adults and may be unsuitable for anyone under 17 years of age. or D. The content types are: • • • • V/FV is for VIOLENCE/FANTASY VIOLENCE S stands for SEXUAL CONTENT L stands for strong LANGUAGE D stands for suggestive DIALOG 36 . These programs may contain some mild fantasy violence or comedic violence. strong language. which children should be able to discern from reality. L. S. information on specific kinds of content are also supplied with the V-Chip rating. including children ages 2 . Parents are cautioned against unattended viewing by children under 14. It is recommended that parents watch these programs first.Initial Setup US V-Chip Ratings U. Viewing Guidelines In addition to the ratings categories explained above.6. or with their children. and little or no sexual dialog or situations. ❒ TV 14 Parents Strongly Cautioned Programs contain some material that may be unsuitable for children under the age of 14 including possible intense violence. Programs with the following ratings are designed for the entire audience. TV MA programs may have extensive V. or intensely suggestive dialog. but not much. ❒ TV G stands for General Audience Most parents would find these programs suitable for all age groups. ❒ TV PG Parental Guidance Suggested May contain some.S. no strong language. They contain little or no violence. and some suggestive sexual dialog or situations. These types of content may also be blocked.

S. everything in that column is automatically locked. An item is locked if the icon appears instead of a “ — ”. Once you’ve put a lock on the top row. TV G. For example. You may then select individual categories to block. etc. To the TV 14 Column Press the OK button to lock Press the MENU button when finished Note: • If you want to change the setup. move the cursor to the top column and change the lock icon to “—” by pressing OK again. etc. Press OK to turn the locking feature on or off. 37 .) and press the or to move the cursor to the correct location.Initial Setup Setting US V-Chip Ratings Press the MENU button To V-CHIP To operate (The lock icon appears) Press ZERO to access the V-Chip menu To turn V-Chip ON or OFF To move to SET US TV RATINGS Directions to set US V-Chip Ratings Line up the cursor in the column (TV PG. move the cursor to the top row of that column and add a lock icon. To block viewing of all TV 14 shows.) with the content row (V/FV.

❒ PG-13 – Parents Strongly Cautioned Parents with children under 13 are cautioned that the content of movies with this rating may include more explicit sexual.Initial Setup Movies Ratings ❒ NR – Not Rated This is a film which has no rating. ❒ NC-17 – No One Under 17 These movies contain content which most parents would feel is too adult for their children to view. ❒ X – No One under 18 Inappropriate material for anyone under 18. Content can consist of strong language. or adult material. some brief nudity. language. nudity. or language that would be unsuitable for audiences of any age. and violence content than movies rated PG. foreign programs. The contents are not deemed intense. and suggestive or explicit subject matter. and strong language. these films contain nothing in the way of sexual content. ❒ PG – Parental Guidance Parental Guidance means the movie may contain some contents such as mild violence. Directions to set Movie (MPAA) Ratings Press the MENU button To V-CHIP To operate (The lock icon appears) Press ZERO to access V-Chip setup options To SET MOVIE RATINGS To enter movies menu For example: To block viewing of X and NC-17 rated from shows: To the X Column Press the OK button to lock To the NC-17 Column Press the OK button to lock Press the MENU button to finish 38 . In many cases these films were imported from countries which do not use the MPAA ratings system. violence. ❒ R – Restricted These films contain material that is explicit in nature and is not recommended for unsupervised children under the age of 17. Other NR films may be from amateur producers who didn’t intend to have their film widely released. violence. NR (Not Rated) Programming may contain all types of programming including children’s programming. ❒ G – General Audience In the opinion of the review board.

nudity or sexual content. Directions to set Canadian V-Chip Ratings Press the MENU button To V-CHIP To operate (The lock icon appears) Press ZERO to access V-Chip setup options To SET CANADIAN RATINGS ENG (for English) To enter ratings menu For example: To block viewing of programming rated 14+ and 18+: To the 18+ Column Press the OK button to lock To the 14+ Column Press the OK button to lock Press the MENU button to finish Note: • For instructions on “SET CANADIAN RATINGS FRE (in French)”. comedic or unrealistic in nature. Programming may contain mature themes and scenes of intense violence. talk shows. please see page 39 in the French side of this user’s guide. There will be no offensive language. ❒ G – General Audience Programming will contain little violence and will be sensitive to themes which could affect younger children. but which may not be suitable for younger children.Initial Setup Canadian V-Chip Ratings ❒ E – Exempt Exempt programming includes: news. and variety programming. ❒ C – Programming Intended for Children Violence Guidelines: There will be no realistic scenes of violence. discreet. ❒ PG – Parental Guidance Programming intended for a general audience. Depictions of aggressive behavior will be infrequent and limited to portrayals that are clearly imaginary. documentaries and other information programming. of low intensity and will show the consequences of the acts. music videos. ❒ 18+ – Adult Material intended for mature audiences only. sports. ❒ C8+ – Programming Intended for Children 8 and Over Violence Guidelines: Any realistic depictions of violence will be infrequent. Parents may consider some content not appropriate for children aged 8-13. 39 . ❒ 14+ – 14 Years and Older Parents are strongly cautioned to exercise discretion in permitting viewing by pre-teens and early teens.

40 . Notes: • After a power interruption you must reset the lock code.- The channel will remain blocked until the correct lock code is entered (see above for information on setting your lock code). • Write your lock code number down and keep it hidden from potential viewers. Your TV comes pre-set with a lock code of “0000”. Press the MENU button To SET LOCK CODE To operate (The lock icon appears) Press ZERO to access the lock code The first digit will be highlighted To select the number To move to the next digit Continue to follow these directions for all four numbers Press the OK button to finish (your lock code is now set) Press the Menu button when finished When a viewer attempts to watch a blocked channel.Initial Setup Set Lock Code Channel guard and V-Chip settings are protected by a four-digit lock code. . To change the lock code. You may change the code to any four-digit number you wish.. a new code may be set using the steps listed above. PLEASE ENTER LOCK CODE BY 10 KEY PAD TO UNLOCK IT. follow the steps below.. • If you forget the lock code. NO. this message appears: THIS PROGRAMMING EXCEEDS YOUR RATING LIMITS.

Initial Setup
Auto Demo
This function lets you preview the many different viewing modes of your TV. It will cycle through “index”, “split demo”, “freeze”, all of the different “aspect” ratios and all of the different “video status” modes.

Press the MENU button To AUTO DEMO To turn AUTO DEMO ON or OFF Notes: • Auto demo starts 2 seconds after it is set to ON. • To stop auto demo, press the MENU button, and select auto demo by pressing the buttons, and turn it off by pressing the the MENU button to finish.

buttons. Press

Power Indicator
Power indicator allows you to adjust the brightness of the power indicator.

Press the MENU button To POWER INDICATOR To adjust POWER INDICATOR LOW, HIGH or OFF

Position Adjustment
Position adjustment allows you to adjust the position of the picture on the screen vertically when the aspect is set to panorama, cinema, or full. Press the MENU button To POSITION ADJUSTMENT To enter To adjust the position Press the MENU button to finish

Notes: • To reset the adjustment to the center, press the OK button. • When the arrow disappears, while you are adjusting the position, the position is at its maximum limit. • If you select regular size with aspect or Multi Screen, position adjustment option is not seen. • When you change the screen size, perform the position adjustment again. • Position adjustment allows you to adjust the screen position vertically and horizontally when the aspect is set HD panorama or cinema zoom for 1080i signal.

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Digital-In
The DIGITAL-IN option can only be displayed in the INITIAL SETUP menu when a 480p picture signal is being input to the DIGITAL-IN terminal. This option adjusts the position when a 480p picture signal is being displayed on the screen. There are two types of 480p picture signals: 640x480 and 720x480. If the displayed picture is slightly shifted, the position can be adjusted by selecting either SIZE1 or SIZE2.

Press the MENU button To DIGITAL-IN To enter To select SIZE1 or SIZE2 Press the MENU button to finish

Note: The DIGITAL-IN menu can only be displayed when a 480p picture signal is input to the Digital-In terminal and the picture is being displayed on the screen.

TV Speaker
If your TV is connected to a stereo system, you can turn off the TV speakers and listen to the audio through your stereo. Press the MENU button To TV SPEAKER To turn the TV’s speakers ON or OFF Press the MENU button when finished

Notes: • Before you turn the TV speaker setting from OFF to ON, make sure that the TV volume level is low! If the TV volume is set too high, the sound level will be extremely loud. • After a power interruption, the TV speaker settings will return to “ON”.

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Audio Out
If your television is connected to an external speaker source, audio out gives you the option of controlling the volume level with your TV’s remote control. Press the MENU button To AUDIO OUT To VARI or FIX Press the MENU button when finished VARI: Lets you adjust the volume of the external speakers using the VOLUME +/– buttons on your TV’s remote control. FIX: The volume of the external speakers is adjusted using the audio device’s remote control.

Image Shift
The picture displayed on the screen is shifted up, down and to the left and right at regular intervals. In order to prevent burn-in, set this function to FAST or STANDARD.

Press the MENU button To IMAGE SHIFT To select the mode “STD (STANDARD)”, “FAST” or “OFF” Press the MENU button when finished

OFF: STD: FAST:

IMAGE SHIFT is turned off. The picture is shifted every 30 minutes. The picture is shifted every 10 minutes.

Language
The language function is described on page 23 as the interactive plug-in menu. If you need to choose the language again, follow the steps below. Press the Menu button To LANGUAGE To choose a language: ENG. (English), FRAN. (French) or ESP. (Spanish) Press the MENU button when finished

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Press the MENU button To CLOSED CAPTION To operate To select CAPTION or TEXT To select a caption (CC1 to CC4) or text channel (T1 to T4) Press the OK button to save Press the MENU button when finished Notes: • Closed caption subtitles are usually found on closed caption channel CC1. • To select the mode. follow the steps below. Some broadcasts may also include displays of additional information in text form. The other channels are available for future use. button. • Closed captioning may not work correctly if the signal being received is weak or if you are playing a video tape. 44 . Press the MENU button To NOISE MUTING To turn noise muting ON or OFF Press the MENU button when finished Note: • Noise muting will not work during auto tuner setup or when you operate channel summary. Noise Muting This feature inserts a blank gray screen over channels which are not broadcasting or are too weak to be received clearly.Initial Setup Closed Caption Many broadcasts now include an onscreen display of dialog called closed captions. press the C. Some programs may include additional text information which is usually found on text channel T1. • Most broadcasts containing closed captioning will display a notice at the start of the program.C. To activate the closed caption feature. See page 59. Your television can access and display this information using the closed caption feature.

Initial Setup Front Panel Lock This allows you to lock the keys on the front of the TV. Note: • To turn ON/OFF the TV. • Some AV Receivers may not work with this function. By turning this feature on. Press the MENU button To V1 SMART INPUT To turn ON or OFF Press the MENU button when finished Notes: • If you do not have an AV Receiver connected to your television. This feature will remain ON. In this case. Press the MENU button To FRONT PANEL LOCK To turn ON or OFF Press the MENU button when finished You can turn off this feature in the following ways: • Unplug the power cord. you can take advantage of using AV CompuLink components with your television. • Use the remote control. your television can automatically detect the signal source from your components that are connected to your AV Receiver. V1 Smart Input This feature is used if you have connected an AV Receiver to your television. or you lose your remote control. so that a child may not accidentally change your viewing preferences. Refer to page 22 for how to connect an AV receiver to your television. and plug it back in. turn this feature OFF. the OSD for FRONT PANEL LOCK will appear. press the power button for more than 3 seconds. By doing so. • Press the MENU button on the front of the TV for more than 3 seconds. Do this if your batteries die. 45 .

XDS ID XDS ID Display provides a channel’s call letters.Initial Setup Auto Shut Off This function automatically shuts off your TV when there is no signal from the channel the TV is on. the network’s name. Press the MENU button To XDS ID To turn ON or OFF Press the MENU button when finished 46 . The XDS ID information is provided by the broadcaster. the blinking text “NOT RECEIVING A SIGNAL” appears on the screen. and starts the countdown. the TV shuts itself off. and even a program name. Press the MENU button To AUTO SHUT OFF To turn ON or OFF Press the MENU button when finished • If the channel that you have on does not receive a signal for more than one minute. If no signal is being received within 10 minutes.

DETAIL The Detail feature adjusts the level of fine detail displayed in the picture. giving you a darker or brighter picture overall. TINT Tint allows you to adjust the levels of red and green in your TV picture. PICTURE Picture allows you to adjust the levels of black and white on the TV screen. Press the MENU button To COLOR TEMPERATURE To enter To set LOW or HIGH Press the MENU button when finished 47 . BRIGHT You can adjust the overall brightness of the TV picture with the Bright control. COLOR. BRIGHT or DETAIL To enter To adjust the setting To move to the next setting Press the MENU button when finished Color Temperature You can decide how strong or dull the colors appear on the TV screen. COLOR The color function lets you make all the colors in the TV picture appear either more vivid or subtle.Picture Adjust Picture Settings These settings allow you to change and adjust the way the picture appears on your television. PICTURE. Adjust the Picture Settings Press the MENU button To TINT.

color. Press the MENU button when finished 48 . picture. Leave the television in this state for some time (more than a few hours). this helps take our static or noise from a channel that may not be coming in clearly. and then the settings are reset to the default setting for all the picture adjustments. and white for approximately 5 seconds in sequence. dig.Picture Adjust Digital Noise Clear With digital noise clear. Reset Reset resets all picture adjustments (tint. “HIGH” or “OFF” Press the MENU button when finished Color Management This TV supports the COLOR MANAGEMENT function to ensure dull colors are compensated to produce natural hues. bright. Press the MENU button To COLOR MANAGEMENT To enter To select the mode “VIVD”. “STD” or “OFF” Press the MENU button when finished Burn-in Image Reducer When burn-in is minimal. NOISE CLEAR To enter To select the mode “LOW”. burn-in and residual images may be softened with the BURN-IN IMAGE REDUCER function. Press the MENU button To BURN-IN IMAGE REDUCER To enter Burn-in will be reduced by displaying snow on the screen for approximately 55 seconds. Press the MENU button To DIG. noise clear and color management) at once to the default settings. Press the MENU button To RESET To enter The onscreen menu disappears for a moment. color temperature. detail. Push the MENU button to bring back to the normal screen.

MTS (Multi-Channel Television Sound) MTS technology allows several audio signals to be broadcast at once. • Choose the mono setting to reduce excessive noise on a certain channel or broadcast. Press the MENU button when finished Notes: • Keep the TV in stereo mode to get the best sound quality. See page 55. TREBLE or BALANCE To adjust the setting To move to the next setting Press the MENU button when finished Notes: • You can reset the sound adjustments (BASS. 49 . BASS – You can increase or decrease the level of low-frequency sound in the TV’s audio with the bass adjustment. as described on page 54. • MTS unavailable if your television’s input source is in input 1. 3 or 4 mode.S. if one is available. BALANCE – Adjust the level of sound between the TV’s left and right speakers with the balance setting. See page 48. TREBLE and BALANCE) you set at once as the default setting when you select reset. • You can adjust BALANCE only when A. • Selecting SAP will allow you to hear an alternative soundtrack.Sound Adjust Sound Settings These settings allow you to change and adjust the way the picture appears on your television. In addition to mono or stereo sound. an MTS broadcast may also include a second audio program (SAP). giving you a choice in what you wish to hear with a TV program. The sound will work in stereo mode even if a certain broadcast is in mono sound only. TREBLE – Use treble to adjust the level of high-frequency sound in your TV’s audio. Adjust the Sound Settings Press the MENU button To BASS. Press the MENU button To MTS Select the mode (The ON AIR arrow tells you if a broadcast is in stereo and/or contains an SAP). is off. 2.H.

T.S. or manually. choose AUTO by pressing the To TIME ZONE To select your time zone or arrows. follow the steps below. To D. You can choose to set the clock automatically. (daylight savings time) To turn D. If you need to set the clock again. Press the MENU button To SET CLOCK To operate When you set the clock automatically. choose MANUAL by pressing the To move to the hour To set the hour To move to minutes To set the minutes Press OK to start clock or arrows. ON or OFF Press OK to finish Press the MENU button when finished When you set the clock manually.T. Press the MENU button when finished 50 .Clock/Timers Set Clock The set clock function is described on page 26 as the interactive plug-in menu.S.

the timer settings must be reset. • After a power interruption. You can use it as an alarm to wake up. the clock must be set. choose NO if you don’t wish to accept Press the OK button to finish Press the MENU button to exit the menu Notes: • The on/off time cannot be set to locked or guarded channels.Clock/Timers On/Off Timer The on/off timer lets you program your television to turn itself on or off. • In order for the on/off timer to work. Set the OFF TIME the same way as ON TIME To accept OFF TIME and move to CHANNEL To select channel To ON VOLUME To set the volume level To move to MODE Choose ONCE or EVERYDAY To ON/OFF TIMER Choose YES to accept the timer setting. or as a decoy when you’re not home. 51 . Press the MENU button To ON/OFF TIMER To operate (begins with ON TIME) To set the hour (AM/PM) you want the TV to turn on To move to minutes To set the minutes To accept ON TIME and move to OFF TIME (the time the TV will turn off). to help you remember important programs.

The channel (or input) you were watching before pressing SPLIT will appear on the left. If you don’t operate. • Split-screen functions will not work with locked channels or channels blocked by V-Chip ratings limits. and select SPLIT SCREEN when you press the OK button. • With split screen. the MAIN CHANNEL SCREEN will be automatically selected about 8 seconds later.Button Functions Multi Screen Function Your television has two kinds of screen: SPLIT (2 channels) and INDEX (12 channels). the input will appear on the right. if you press the menu button. • After you press the Select button. press SPLIT again or press the BACK button. 720p and 1080i from the component terminal and HDCP terminal. 52 . • The aspect of MAIN CHANNEL PICTURE becomes 16:9 when you input the picture of 480p. the picture from the component terminal and HDCP terminal will not be displayed. To turn split-screen off and return to normal television viewing. only the picture adjust screen will appear. A grey screen will display instead. A channel and input will now appear onscreen. The sound will continue to come from the main screen channel (or input). select normal screen. Notes: • You can enter the SPLIT mode when the screen is in NORMAL or INDEX mode. Note: After you press any multiscreen button. Split Activate the split-screen option by pressing SPLIT on the remote control. • Main channel picture and split-screen will not display the same RF channel and same input.

Each press of SELECT will shift the channel. Note: It will only work in SPLIT mode.Button Functions Index This allows you to quickly look at up to 12 channels at a time so that you can decide which one to watch. the channel number on the top will be highlighted. Freeze Pressing the FREEZE button causes the screen to change to the split-screen display with the still picture displayed on the right. Notes: • Only RF input signal will be displayed. Swap You can exchange the channel (or input) displayed in the split screen window for the main screen image by pressing the SWAP button. if you do not operate it within 15 minutes. this function will cancel out. 53 . When you press SELECT button. you can select the picture (channel) while viewing SPLIT screen. press the FREEZE button once again. Select With SELECT. Note: When the screen is in freeze mode. In order to return to the normal display. • You can watch the channel added in channel summary. See page 33.

to move to channel 7: 0 (Zero) 7 (Seven) 100+ Button Use the 100+ button to directly access channels above channel 99. Press the POWER button Number Buttons . 2. or camcorders. 3. to move to channel 124. Input Selects the signal input source for the television: Input-1. INPUT 1. Press the DIGITAL-IN button • Digital-In will display only when the 480p picture signal in Digital-In is displayed. For example. 54 . Digital-In Use this button to directly select the digital-in input. press the RETURN +/TV button or direct 10 key pad. For example.Button Functions Power Turns the TV on or off. 4 Note: • When you return to TV mode. 3 or 4 for video devices like VCR’s DVD players. 2. 4 (Four). press 100+. 2 (Two).10Key Pad Use the number buttons on the remote control to move directly to a specific channel.

The message “RETURN CHANNEL CANCELLED!” will appear.Button Functions Return +/TV The return+/TV button has three functions: Return .Lets you program a specific channel to return to while scanning through the channels using the CH+ and CH– buttons.Returns to the channel viewed just before the channel currently onscreen. . clear and extraordinary sound quality to any program.. Inc..You can reinforce the bass sound to maintain rich. • Return+ works only with the Channel+/– buttons.S. RETURN+/TV You will return to your programmed channel.B.Adds a more spacious surround sound. 55 . 4482866 and 5510572.H. .H. Inc.H. Pressing any number key will cancel return+.B. BBE BBE high definition audio adds natural. For Canada. For U. BBE or A. BBE is a registered trademark of BBE Sound. press and hold the RETURN+ button for three seconds. Inc. (Advanced Hyper Surround) mode.B. you can change the A.H. Return+ . Music gives basic effect and movie for more effect.H. Inc. Now scan through the channels using the CHANNEL+/– buttons. and enjoy a clear sound with boosted bass.Returns to the TV mode. Sound By pressing the sound button. full bass at low volumes. To choose the setting Press the MENU when finished Note: BBE is a registered trademark of BBE Sound. under USP 4638258. • To cancel your return+ channel. A. TV . licensed from BBE Sound. Press the SOUND button To select A.S. A.S. (Active Hyper Bass) mode.S. BBE and A.H. licensed from BBE Sound. RETURN+/TV and hold for three seconds RETURN CHANNEL PROGRAMMED ! The channel currently active has been programmed as your return+ channel.

Button Functions Muting The MUTING button instantly turns the volume down completely when you press it. press NATURAL CINEMA and set it to AUTO. Theater . Press MUTING and the volume level will instantly go to zero. so that what you see is as true to what the film to video editors intended it to be. Press the THEATERPRO button 56 . Game . which is shot at 24 frames-per-second. Natural Cinema Natural cinema corrects the problem of blurred edges which may occur when viewing a program originally shot on film (such as motion pictures) or animation. • You can also change the mode by pressing the • The VIDEO STATUS function is initially set to DYNAMIC.Gives a vivid picture with better contrast when viewing in a brightly lit room. Video Status The Video status button gives you a choice of four TV picture display settings. press MUTING again. Notes: buttons. If you notice blurring at the edges of these programs. including a display of your own preferences. theater or game.Used for when you are playing video games connected to your TV. film-like look to video when viewing in a dimly lit room. Unless the TV is being watched in an extremely bright room. is broadcast at the television rate of 30 frames-per-second.Resets the picture display to the standard settings. Dynamic . To restore the volume to its previous level. Doing so will reduce the chance of PDP burn-in and extend the life of the PDP. it is recommended to change the VIDEO STATUS setting to standard. Standard .Gives a rich. Natural Cinema helps correct conversion errors that occur when film. Press the VIDEO STATUS button By every press of the VIDEO STATUS button. you change the mode. Press the NATURAL CINEMA button Note: The natural cinema mode is automatically set to “AUTO” in the following cases: • Turning on or off • Changing the channel or input mode • Using multi-screen functions TheaterPro D6500K The TheaterPro D6500K color temperature technology function makes sure that the video you watch is set to the standard color temperature.

this message will appear: GOOD NIGHT!! PUSH SLEEP TIMER BUTTON TO EXTEND. Press the SLEEP TIMER button Sleep Timer Message 20 seconds before the automatic shutoff. Program it to work in intervals of 15 minutes.Shows the current time only Channel . Press the DISPLAY button The screen to the right shows the following information: • The current channel or AV input (Channel 05) • The current time (12:20 pm) • Sleep timer status/minutes remaining (The Sleep Timer is off) • On/off timer status (Set to turn on everyday at 7:00 PM.Full screen shown above Time .Turns display off Notes: • You may also turn off the display at any step by pressing MENU. 57 . Display The display screen shows the current status of timers. “SLEEP TIMER OFF”. and “ON/OFF TIMER OFF” respectively. the display screen will show: “CLOCK NOT SET”. for a total time of up to 180 minutes.Button Functions Sleep Timer The Sleep Timer can turn the TV off for you after you fall asleep. off at 10:00 PM) • Each Press of the DISPLAY button changes the display mode: Display . sleep timer or on/off timer are not set. You then have 20 seconds to press the SLEEP TIMER button to delay the shut off for another 15 minutes.Shows the current channel Off . and XDS ID. inputs. • If the clock.

58 .This ratio streches the High-Definition 16:9 aspect image to eliminate the black side bars. CINEMA . CINEMA ZOOM . FULL .This ratio “zooms in” on the center part of a 4:3 aspect picture.The regular ratio is used when you want to watch a 4:3 broadcast or recorded program without modifying the original picture to fit the dimensions of your 16:9 screen.With this ratio a normal 4:3 aspect picture is stretched to fit the dimensions of the 16:9 aspect screen.Button Functions Aspect This feature will help you adjust the picture you are watching to give you the best possible picture quality. The 4:3 picture will fil lthe screen from top to bottom. REGULAR . blowing it up to fill the 16:9 screen. Aspect Ratios PANORAMA . HD PANORAMA .This is the ratio to use when watching 16:9 High-Definition broadcasts. The 4:3 picture will be centered within the boundaries of the 16:9 screen. while black bars will appear to fill up the remaining space along the picture’s sides.This ratio streches the High-Definition 16:9 aspect image to eliminate the black surrounding bars.

you can change the size. HDCP 480p HD. button • See page 46 when you set the caption/text mode.C. Press MENU to activate the onscreen menu system. • See individual topics like “Sound Adjust” for specific information on using menus.Button Functions Aspect Ratios (Continued) Press the ASPECT button • By pressing the ASPECT button. • When you change the aspect ratio or signal. 59 . 480i. (Closed Caption) button to select the mode of closed caption. (Closed Caption) Use the C. OK This button confirms your selection when you are in one of the onscreen menus. HDCP 1080i 720P. 480p. HDCP 720p Notes: • You can also choose the size by pressing the buttons. it is different from their broadcast or recorded program. Press the C. When you change the aspect ratios. reset the picture position to center. NTSC. Back This button allows you to go back in the menu to change a selection or correct a mistake. C. Menu The MENU button allows you to access JVC’s onscreen menu system.C.C.

For any other manufacturer’s brand DVD player. please see the code chart and instructions on page 27. stop. stop. rewind. tray open/close. Set this switch to TV to operate the television’s built-in tuner. • The remote is preset with the code 000 to control JVC-brand DVD players. power on. VCR/DVD Slide Switch You can control a VCR or DVD player with the buttons on the lower part of the remote control. Notes: • The remote is preset with the code 000 to control JVC-brand VCR’s. and power off. power on. DVD Buttons You can also use this remote control to operate the basic functions of your DVD player. pause. Move the slide switch to VCR or DVD to operate. record. Move the selector switch to VCR to operate. please see the code chart and instructions on page 28. • The remote is preset with the code 000 to control JVC-brand VCR’s. please see the code chart and instructions on page 28. Move the switch to CATV to operate a cable box. These functions include: play. Press the light button to turn the illumination on for 4 seconds. Move the selector switch to DVD to operate. For any other manufacturer’s brand DVD player. These functions include: play. still/pause. previous/next. For any other manufacturer’s brand VCR. VCR Buttons You can use this remote control to operate the basic functions of your VCR. TV/VCR. fast-forward. Light Your remote control includes illuminated buttons for key features like Channel +/– and Volume +/–. • The remote is preset with the code 000 to control JVC-brand DVD players. rewind. channel scan. Note: • See page 28 for information on programming your remote for cable box operation. and power off. 60 . For any other manufacturer’s brand VCR. please see the code chart and instructions on page 27.Button Functions TV/CATV Slide Switch Use either the television’s own tuner or a cable box to select channels. fast-forward.

PROBLEMS There is no power The power lamps do not light even though the TV is on CHECK .Check for a blown fuse or circuit breaker or a power outage.Check to see if the channel is locked. Check that the TV/CATV switch is in the proper position. . See page 33.Check that the plugs on the power cords from the TV and receiver are connected to wall outlets.The VIDEO STATUS mode may be turned to the wrong setting. . See “Channel Summary . Move any such appliances further away from the TV.Check to see if the Sleep Timer was set. The input mode could be set improperly.Lock” page 34. contact the JVC Service Center where you purchased the television. another TV or VCR. such as a computer. The TV station may be having difficulties. See page 51. . . . Check that POWER INDICATOR in the MENU is not set to OFF. Make sure the remote has a clear sight path to the TV. Check to see if other stations are working. . like a hair dryer or vacuum. The power turns off by itself It does not operate correctly The clock is wrong The color quality is poor There are line across the picture The picture is spotted 61 . Move the antenna away from the appliance or change to a coaxial cable connection which is less prone to interference. See page 50. If the television does not function correctly. See page 57. See “Channel Summary” on page 33. You must be within 23 feet (7 meters). Check to see that the batteries are still working and properly installed. See page 56. The tuner (AUTO TUNER SETUP) could be set improperly. operating nearby. Use the remote control while pointing it at the screen.Make sure the channels have been programmed. This television is operated by a microprocessor. There is no picture or sound Remote control is not operating properly or at all You cannot select a certain channel . The antenna could be disconnected. There could be interference from another electrical appliance. See page 47. The power was interrupted and the clock was not reset. It is possible that external noise or interference is causing the problem. You may be too far from the TV. remove the power plugs of the TV and Receiver from the wall outlets and wait a while before inserting them into the wall outlets again and operating the television. There could be interference from a high-wattage appliance. See page 54. .Make sure the set did not become unplugged.Tint and Color may be improperly adjusted. If you think that there is a problem.Perhaps the ON/OFF TIMER is set.Troubleshooting Refer to the table below to check the condition.

then there is no need to worry. and could occur with any television using PDP. page 17 in Quick setup. a buzzing noise and image distortion may occur. • Check the antenna connection. This phenomenon is peculiar to PDP (Plasma Display Panel). • Your antenna may be damaged. If the antenna is damaged. disconnected or turned. Unless the sound or picture becomes abnormal. • If the television is used at a location above 2. See “MTS” on page 49. • Although the picture may be temporarily disturbed and noise may be seen on the screen if the power is turned on immediately after it has been turned off. 62 . • The television may make a creaking sound if the temperature of the room or the temperature of the inside of the television changes. replace it. see page 59. Turn it off in the CLOSED CAPTION Menu. this is not a malfunction. If there is no problem with the screen or sound.000 m. The following are not malfunctions. Make sure the MTS settings are correct. It is not a malfunction. The Closed Caption Text mode is on. this is fine. It is normal for the TV to make cracking sounds when first turned on or off.Troubleshooting PROBLEMS There are double picures (ghosts) Picture is snowy (image noise) Screen is 80% black Stereo or bilingual programs cannot be heard You hear occasional crackling sounds CHECK A building or passing airplane can reflec the original signal and produce a second. slightly delayed one. Adjust your antenna position.

organic solvents (like acetone). Wipe the set gently with a soft cloth. slightly moistened with water. non-scratching duster will keep your TV clean. Then wipe gently with a soft cloth. wipe it gently with a soft cloth. You can add a few drops of mild liquid detergent to the water to help remove spots of oily dirt. acidic or alkaline cleansers to the screen.Warnings Caring for the Cabinet Normally. DO NOT allow liquid to enter the TV through the ventilation slots. Caring for the Screen When it gets dirty. 63 . If you wish to wipe down the television. DO NOT rub or scrub the TV harshly. light dusting with a soft. Do not apply alcohol. DO NOT use strong or abrasive cleaners on the TV. DO NOT spray liquids or cleaners directly on the TV’s surface. These will remove the coating layer and cause discolorations. first unplug it.

4. or if repaired or serviced by anyone other than a service facility authorized by JVC to render such service. The District of Columbia and Commonwealth of Puerto Rico. accident. or if the model or serial number has been altered. including head cleaning. Products which have been subject to abuse. Operational adjustments covered in the Owner’s Manual. 64 . Batteries (except that Rechargeable Batteries are covered for 90 days from date of purchase). 3. JVC will repair or replace defective parts at no charge to the original owner. Parts used for replacement are warranted only for the remainder of this Warranty Period. 8. 5. tampering. except as set forth below ONLY TO THE ORIGINAL PURCHASER AT RETAIL to be FREE FROM DEFECTIVE MATERIALS AND WORKMANSHIP from the date of original retail purchase for the period shown below. due to an act of God. tampered with. WHAT YOU MUST DO FOR WARRANTY SERVICE: Either contact the selling dealer (retailer) or call 1-800-252-5722 to arrange In-home service. misuse. Televisions with a screen size of 25 inches and larger are covered on an in-home basis. WHAT WE WILL DO: If this product is found to be defective within the warranty period. alteration. or if affixed to any attachment not provided with the products. Products used for commercial purposes (including but not limited to rental). There are no express warranties except as listed above. lack of reasonable care. Damage that occurs in shipment. negligence. In-home service will require clear access to the Television by the service technician. modification.Warranty JVC COMPANY OF AMERICA warrants this product and all parts thereof. faulty installation. WHAT IS NOT COVERED: This limited warranty provided by JVC does not cover: 1. 6. Signal reception problems and failures due to line power surge. and cosmetic damage. normal maintenance. (“The Warranty Period”) PARTS 1 YEAR LABOR 1 YEAR This limited warranty is valid only in the fifty (50) United States. 2. Initial installation. defaced or removed. 7. Such repair and replacement services shall be rendered during regular business hours by JVC authorized service centers. installation and removal from “built-in” entertainment centers and other mounting systems. If the upper unit is removed from the lower unit by anyone other than a dealer or service facility authorized by JVC. Accessories.

http://www. ALL EXPRESS AND IMPLIED WARRANTIES. For customer use: Enter below the Model No. WITHOUT LIMITATION. PLEASE REFER TO THE REFURBISHED PRODUCT WARRANTY INFORMATION PACKAGED WITH EACH REFURBISHED PRODUCT. INCONVENIENCE. bottom or side of the cabinet. ARE LIMITED TO THE WARRANTY PERIOD SET FORTH ABOVE. and Serial No. Some states do not allow the exclusion of incidental or consequential damages or limitations on how long the warranty lasts. THIS WARRANTY DOES NOT APPLY. New Jersey 07470 REFURBISHED PRODUCTS CARRY A SEPARATE WARRANTY.com 1700 Valley Road Wayne. WHETHER DIRECT. IS LIMITED TO THE DURATION OF THE EXPRESS WARRANTY HEREIN. JVC COMPANY OF AMERICA DIVISION OF JVC AMERICAS CORP. INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL (INCLUDING. Retain this information for future reference.: Purchase Date: Serial No. INCLUDING THE IMPLIED WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILTY. INCLUDING THE WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR PARTICULAR PURPOSE. RECORDS OR DISCS) RESULTING FROM THE USE OF THIS PRODUCT. Model No. DAMAGE TO TAPES.: Name Of Dealer: 65 . FOR DETAILS OF REFURBISHED PRODUCT WARRANTY. so these exclusions or limitations may not apply to you. This warranty gives you specific legal rights and you may also have other rights which vary state to state. which is located either on the rear. JVC SHALL NOT BE LIABLE FOR THE LOSS OF USE OF THE PRODUCT.Warranty THE DURATION OF ANY IMPLIED WARRANTIES.jvc. OR ANY OTHER DAMAGES. OR ARISING OUT OF ANY BREACH OF THIS WARRANTY.

com Remember to retain your Bill of Sale for Warranty Service. In the event that repairs are necessary. Please refer to qualified service personnel for repairs.com 66 .JVC.jvc. In order to receive the most satisfaction from your purchase. do not open the cabinet. Accessories To purchase accessories for your JVC product.com Dear Customer.JVC. please read the instruction booklet before operating the unit. call our Customer Relations Department at 1-800-537-5722 or visit our website at www. There are no user serviceable parts inside. please call toll free:1 (800) 882-2345 or on the web at www. Don’t service the television yourself Caution To prevent electrical shock.Authorized Service Centers QUALITY SERVICE HOW TO LOCATE YOUR JVC SERVICE CENTER TOLL FREE: 1 (800) 537-5722 http://www.

16:9 ratio 18W + 18W (3 15/16 x 1 3/16 inch / 10 cm x 3 cm) oval x 2 Woofer ( 5 1/8 x 2 9/16 / 13 cm x 6.5 cm) oval x 2 75 ohms (VHF/UHF) (F-type connector) Video : 1Vp-p. UHT 14 to 69 Sub. Super.3 lbs / 5. 67 . 75 ohms Y : 1Vp-p positive. Hyper et Ultra bands (180 channel frequency synthesizer system) AC 120V. BTSC System (Multi-Channel Sound) 1080i DTV digital broadcast ready VHF 2 to 13. Mid.5 cm measured diagonally.2 dBs) FIX: 500mVrms (-4dBs) Low impedance (400 Hz when modulated 100%) More than 0 to 1000mVrms (+2. Specifications subject to change without notice.5 mm mini jack x 1 DVI-D single Link 19 pin Note: The Digital-In terminal is not compatible with picture signals of a personal computer TV: 45 11/16 x 31 7/16 x 12 3/16 inch / 1160 x 798 x 308mm (with the stand) 45 11/16 x 28 13/16 x 3 7/8 inch / 1160 x 731 x 98 mm (main TV body) Receiver : 17 3/16 x 3 15/16 x 15 1/16 inch / 435 x 99 x 382 mm TV: 106 lbs / 48 kg (with the stand) 84 lbs / 38 kg (main TV body) Receiver : 11.7 Vp-p.286 Vp-p (burst signal). 75 ohms (negative sync provided) Pb/Pr: 0. 75 ohms (negative sync provided) C: 0.Specifications MODEL Type Reception Format Reception Range Power Source Power Consumption Screen Size Audio Output Speakers Antenna Terminal External Input Jacks S-Video Input Jacks Component Input Jacks Audio Output Jacks (VARI/FIX) Subwoofer Output Jack AV Compu Link III Jack Digital-In PD-42WV74 Plasma Display NTSC.1 kg Dimensions WXHXD Weight Accessories Refer to "Unpacking your TV" on page 8.2 dBs) Low impedance (100 Hz when modulated 100%) 3. 75 ohms VARI: More than 0 to 1000mVrms (+2. 75 ohms Audio : 500mVrms (-4dBs) high impedance Y : 1Vp-p positive. 60Hz TV : 340W Receiver : 27W 42 inch / 107.

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in the Parts No. PS CAP. columns will be supplied. Board Ass'y will not be supplied. HV CAP. MF CAP. BP E CAP. CH TAN. CAPACITORS Ceramic Capacitor Electrolytic Capacitor Mylar Capacitor Chip Capacitor High Voltage Capacitor Metalized Film Capacitor Metalized Mylar Capacitor Metalized Polystyrol Capacitor Polypropylene Capacitor Polystyrol Capacitor Thin Film Capacitor Metalized Polypropylene Capacitor Tantalum Capacitor Chip Ceramic Capacitor Bi-Polar Electrolytic Capacitor Chip Aluminum Electrolytic Capacitor Chip Aluminum Bi-Polar Capacitor Chip Tantalum Electrolytic Capacitor Chip Tantalum Bi-Polar Electrolytic Capacitor RESISTORS F ±1% G ±2% J ±5% K ±10% M ±20% N ±30% R +30% -10% H +50% -10% Z +80% -20% P +100% -0% (No. PP CAP. MPP CAP. but those which are filled with the Parts No. CH AL BP E CAP.YA029)3-1 . CAPACITORS AND TOLERANCES RESISTORS CR FR PR VR HV R MF R MG R MP R OM R CMF R UNF R CH V R CH MG R COMP.PARTS LIST CAUTION The parts identified by the  symbol are important for the safety . M CAP. CH CAP. E CAP. columns will not be supplied. CH AL E CAP. TAN. CH C CAP. CH AL BP CAP. R LPTC R Carbon Resistor Fusible Resistor Plate Resistor Variable Resistor High Voltage Resistor Metal Film Resistor Metal Glazed Resistor Metal Plate Resistor Metal Oxide Film Resistor Coating Metal Film Resistor Non-Flammable Resistor Chip Variable Resistor Chip Metal Glazed Resistor Composition Resistor Linear Positive Temperature Coefficient Resistor C CAP. MM CAP.in the Parts No. Whenever replacing these parts. W. be sure to use specified ones to secure the safety. MP CAP. TF CAP. P. ABBREVIATIONS OF RESISTORS. E CAP. CAP. The parts not indicated in this Parts List and those which are filled with lines --.

................................................................................................................................................ 3-10 VIDEO SMPS PW BOARD ASS'Y (LJ44-00050A) ......................................... 3-10 Y-MAIN PW BOARD ASS'Y (LJ92-00759A) ............................................................... 3-10 SMPS PW BOARD ASS'Y (LJ44-00053A) ....... 3-10 LINE FILTER PW BOARD ASS’Y (LCA90143-05B) (SSB-9297A) ....... 3-20 PACKING ........................ 3-10 REMOTE CONTROL UNIT PARTS LIST [RM-C13G-1H] ..................................... 3-10 G-BUF PW BOARD ASS'Y (LJ92-00779A) ................................................................................ 3-20 DIGITAL INPUT MODULE PW BOARD ASS’Y (42WV74CP-S) .............................................................................................. 3-21 3-2(No............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 3-3 EXPLODED VIEW PARTS LIST -2 ............................................. 3-21 PACKING PARTS LIST ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................. 3-13 PRINTED WIRING BOARD PARTS LIST ................................................................................................................... 3-4 PRINTED WIRING BOARD PARTS LIST ....................................................................................................... 3-6 AUDIO PW BOARD ASS’Y (LCA90177-05C) (SSB-6097A) ........................................ 3-4 EXPLODED VIEW -2 ........................................................................................................................................................ 3-10 X-MAIN PW BOARD ASS'Y (LJ92-00758A) ............................................................................................................................. 3-10 LOGIC-MAIN PW BOARD ASS'Y (LJ92-00791A) ......................... 3-10 E-BUF PW BOARD ASS'Y (LJ92-00777A) ....................................................... 3-10 DISPLAY LED PW BOARD ASS’Y (LCA90175-03B) (SSB-0L297A) ................ 3-10 Y-BUF-U PW BOARD ASS'Y (LJ92-00796A) ........................... 3-3 EXPLODED VIEW -1 ........................................................... 3-18 RECEIVER PW BOARD ASS’Y (LCA10306-02A) (SSB-0R385A) ......................................YA029) ...................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 3-10 DISPLAY SWITCH PW BOARD ASS’Y (LCA90148-02C) (SSB-0L385A) ............................................................................................ 3-10 Y-BUF-L PW BOARD ASS'Y (LJ92-00797A) .................................................................. 3-7 TEMP.. 3-19 MI-COM & DIST MODULE PW BOARD ASS’Y (LCA10303-03D) (SSB-0D097A) ...................... 3-10 VIDEO SMPS PW BOARD ASS’Y (LJ44-00050A) ....................... 3-10 PACKING ................................CONTENTS [DISPLAY UNIT : VM-42WV74] EXPLODED VIEW PARTS LIST -1 ..................................................................................................... 3-18 FRONT CONTROL PW BOARD ASS’Y (LCA90178-02A) (SSB-0L097A) .................................................................... 3-11 PACKING PARTS LIST .............................. 3-10 F-BUF PW BOARD ASS'Y (LJ92-00778A) ...... 3-14 MAIN PW BOARD ASS’Y (LCA10273-14F) (SSB-1097A) .............. 3-18 RECEIVER POWER PW BOARD ASS’Y (LCA90180-01B) (SSB-9385A) ...................................................................................................................................................................................... SENSOR PW BOARD ASS’Y (LCA90146-01B) (SSB-8381A) .................................................................................................... 3-11 [RECEIVER UNIT : TU-42WV74] EXPLODED VIEW PARTS LIST -1 .................... 3-12 EXPLODED VIEW -1 .. 3-6 DISPLAY INTERFACE PW BOARD ASS’Y (LCA10288-07E) (SSB-7397A) ....................... 3-14 DIST RELAY PW BOARD ASS’Y (LCA10210-01E) (SSB-7065A) ....

    1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 Part No.No. LC11659-001B LC41647-001B QYSBSFG4016M LC11668-001B LC11668-002B QYSBSFG4012M LC11675-001C LC41647-001B QYSBSG3008M LC11622-001D LC32472-001A QYSBSG3006Z LC21455-002A-0L LC32510-001A LC41693-001A LC41731-001A LC41610-002A QQR0491-001 QQR0942-001 QQR0675-001 QQR1446-001 Part Name REAR COVER SCREW TAP SCREW BACK COVER BACK COVER TAP SCREW TERMINAL COVER ASSY SCREW TAPPING SCREW CHASSIS BASE ASSY LF INSULATOR TAPPING SCREW RATING LABEL BBE LABEL CAUTION LABEL INLET LABEL TERMINAL LABEL CORE FILTER CORE FILTER CORE FILTER CORE FILTER Description Local (x9) 4.YA029)3-3 . SENSOR PWB TOP 12 AUDIO PWB 18 10 4 6 18 (No.[DISPLAY UNIT : VM-42WV74] EXPLODED VIEW PARTS LIST -1  Ref.0mm x 16mm(x12) M4 x 12mm(x8) (x2) 3mm x 8mm(x5) 3mm x 6mm(x6)  (x11) (x7) EXPLODED VIEW -1 3 16 17 2 1 9 7 8 13 15 6 5 14 11 LINE FILTER PWB 20 18 21 19 18 20 18 DISPLAY INTERFACE PWB DISPLAY LED PWB TEMP.

YA029) . 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 Part No.0mm x 16mm(x6) (x2) (x4)       (x2) BOTTOM(x2) TOP(x2) LEFT (Inc.101-102)RIGHT  100 101 102 EXPLODED VIEW -2 32 28 27 34 31 24 23 34 22 35 30 29 25 DISPLAY LED PWB TEMP. LC41684-001A LC40226-003A-H LC41458-001A LC11667-001B LC21425-001B LC21377-002B LC21377-001B QAS0154-001 LC32515-001A QYSBSFG4016M QYSBSFG4016M LC32433-001A LC11664-001A LC21299-001A LC21378-001B LC41725-001A QLE0023-002 LC11660-001B LC32436-001A LC32405-001B LC32403-001A LC32403-002A LC21375-002B LC32453-001C LC41631-001B LC32408-001A Part Name MAIN SPEAKER ASSY SPACER TAPPING SCREW WFR BACK COVER W SP HOLDER ASSY DUCT COVER R DUCT COVER L SPEAKER DOME ABSORBER TAP SCREW TAP SCREW BRAND PLATE BACK BRACKET BACK FRM SPACER CONTROL KNOB INSULATOR PDP UNIT FRONT PANEL FRONT FILTER GLASS HOLDER MOUNTING BOSS MOUNTING BOSS SP HOLDER SP HOLDER ASSY LED LENS REMOCON WINDOW Description (x2) (x4) (x4) Local     WOOFER(x2) (x2) 4.No.0mm x 16mm(x20) 4.EXPLODED VIEW PARTS LIST -2  Ref. SENSOR PWB TOP 37 DISPLAY SW PWB 36 33 26 3-4(No.

X-MAIN PWB 38 G-BUF PWB LOGIC MAIN PWB F-BUF PWB E-BUF PWB Y-BUF-L PWB SMPS PWB Y-MAIN PWB Y-BUF-U PWB 42 VIDEO SMPS PWB 43 43 42 41 39 101 102 44 100 41 40 TOP (No.YA029)3-5 .

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C6544 C6545 C6546 C6551 C6552 C6553 C6554 C6555 C6556 C6557 C6558 C6559 C6561 C6562 C6563 C6564 C6565 C6566 C6567 C6568 C6569 C6570 C6571 C6572 C6573 C6574 C6575 C6576 C6577 C6578 C6581 C6582 C6583 C6584 C6585 C6586 C6587 C6588 C6601 C6602 C6603 C6604 C6621 C6622 C6623 C6624 C6625 C6626 C6627 C6628 C6629 C6630 C6631 C6632 C6633 C6634 C6635 C6636 C6641 C6642 C6643 C6651 C6681 C6682 C6683 C6684 R6421 R6501 R6502 R6503 R6504 R6505 R6506 R6507 R6508 R6509 R6510 R6511 R6512 R6513 R6514 R6515 R6519 Part No.1uF 50V K 4.7uF 50V M 1uF 50V M 0. BA4558F-X NJW1137M-W BA4558F-X BA4558F-X BA4558F-X BA4558F-X TA8270HA 2SC3928A/QR/-X 2SC3928A/QR/-X 2SA1530A/QR/-X 2SC3928A/QR/-X 2SC3928A/QR/-X 2SC3928A/QR/-X 2SA1530A/QR/-X 2SC3928A/QR/-X 2SC3928A/QR/-X 2SC3928A/QR/-X 2SA1530A/QR/-X 2SC3928A/QR/-X MA111-X MA111-X MA111-X MA111-X MA111-X MA111-X MA8062/M/-X MA8330/M/-X MA8330/M/-X MA8330/M/-X MA8330/M/-X MA8330/M/-X MA8330/M/-X MA8330/M/-X MA8330/M/-X D1FS4-X D1FS4-X D1FS4-X D1FS4-X MA111-X MA111-X MA111-X QETN1HM-106Z QETN1HM-106Z NDC31HJ-101X NDC31HJ-101X QETN1HM-475Z QETN1HM-106Z QETN1HM-106Z NDC31HJ-101X NDC31HJ-101X QETN1HM-475Z QETN1EM-476Z QETN1EM-476Z NDC31HJ-100X NDC31HJ-100X NCB31HK-103X QETN1HM-475Z NCB31HK-332X NCB31HK-333X NCB31HK-472X NCB31HK-104X QETN1HM-475Z QETN1HM-475Z NCB31HK-332X NCB31HK-333X NCB31HK-472X NCB31HK-104X QETN1HM-475Z QETN1HM-105Z NCB31HK-104X QETN1HM-475Z QETN1HM-475Z NCB31HK-104X QETN1HM-475Z QETN1HM-475Z QETN1HM-475Z QETN1EM-476Z Part Name IC IC IC IC IC IC IC TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR SI DIODE SI DIODE SI DIODE SI DIODE SI DIODE SI DIODE Z DIODE Z DIODE Z DIODE Z DIODE Z DIODE Z DIODE Z DIODE Z DIODE Z DIODE SB DIODE SB DIODE SB DIODE SB DIODE SI DIODE SI DIODE SI DIODE E CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR 10uF 50V M 10uF 50V M 100pF 50V J 100pF 50V J 4.12uF 25V K 10uF 50V M 10uF 50V M 47uF 25V M 47uF 25V M 100pF 50V J 100pF 50V J 100pF 50V J 100pF 50V J 1uF 25V K 1uF 25V K 1uF 25V K 1uF 25V K 10uF 50V M 100uF 25V M 2200uF 25V M 0.12uF 50V J 0.1uF 50V K 0. IC6501 IC6521 IC6551 IC6552 IC6571 IC6572 IC6621 Q6521 Q6522 Q6523 Q6531 Q6532 Q6533 Q6534 Q6535 Q6536 Q6641 Q6642 Q6643 D6501 D6502 D6503 D6504 D6505 D6506 D6551 D6621 D6622 D6623 D6624 D6625 D6626 D6627 D6628 D6629 D6630 D6631 D6632 D6641 D6642 D6643 C6501 C6502 C6503 C6504 C6505 C6506 C6507 C6508 C6509 C6510 C6511 C6512 C6517 C6518 C6519 C6521 C6522 C6523 C6525 C6526 C6527 C6528 C6529 C6530 C6532 C6533 C6534 C6535 C6536 C6537 C6538 C6539 C6540 C6541 C6542 C6543 Part No.7uF 50V M 4.01uF 50V K 0.PRINTED WIRING BOARD PARTS LIST AUDIO PW BOARD ASS’Y (LCA90177-05C) (SSB-6097A) Ref No. QETN1HM-105Z NCB31HK-103X NCB31HK-103X QETN1HM-105Z QETN1HM-105Z NCB31HK-104X NCB31HK-104X NCB31HK-104X NCB31HK-104X QETN1EM-476Z QETN1EM-476Z QETN1CM-107Z QETN1HM-105Z QETN1HM-225Z NCB31HK-104X NCB31HK-104X NCB31HK-104X NCB31HK-104X NCB11EK-105X NCB11EK-105X NCB11EK-105X NCB11EK-105X QENC1HM-105Z QENC1HM-105Z NCB31HK-473X NCB31HJ-103X QETN1HM-226Z QETN1HM-226Z NCB31HK-473X NCB31HJ-103X NCB21EK-124X NCB21EK-124X NCB21EK-124X NCB21EK-124X QETN1HM-106Z QETN1HM-106Z QETN1EM-476Z QETN1EM-476Z NDC31HJ-101X NDC31HJ-101X NDC31HJ-101X NDC31HJ-101X NCB11EK-105X NCB11EK-105X NCB11EK-105X NCB11EK-105X QETN1HM-106Z QETN1EM-107Z QETM1EM-228 NCB31HK-104X QFV21HJ-124Z QFV21HJ-124Z QFV21HJ-124Z QFV21HJ-124Z QFV21HJ-124Z QFV21HJ-124Z QFV21HJ-124Z QFV21HJ-124Z QETN1HM-106Z QETN1EM-476Z QETN1HM-475Z QETN1HM-106Z QETM1CM-478 QETM1CM-478 QETM1CM-478 QETM1CM-478 NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-224X NRSA63J-224X NRSA63J-153X NRSA63J-153X NRSA63J-103X NRSA63J-103X NRSA63J-224X NRSA63J-224X NRSA63J-153X NRSA63J-153X NRSA63J-103X NRSA63J-103X NRSA63J-103X NRSA63J-103X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-0R0X Part Name E CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR BP E CAPACITOR BP E CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR MF CAPACITOR MF CAPACITOR MF CAPACITOR MF CAPACITOR MF CAPACITOR MF CAPACITOR MF CAPACITOR MF CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR Description 1uF 50V M 0.1uF 50V K 0.033uF 50V K 4700pF 50V K 0.12uF 50V J 0.

2kΩ 1/16W J 10kΩ 1/16W J 2.2kΩ 1/16W J 18kΩ 1/16W J 8.2kΩ 1/16W J 2.2Ω 1/4W J 56kΩ 1/16W J 56kΩ 1/16W J 100kΩ 1/16W J 1kΩ 1/16W J 15kΩ 1/16W J 56kΩ 1/16W J 10kΩ 1/16W J 10kΩ 1/16W J 3. R6625 R6626 R6627 R6628 R6641 R6642 R6643 R6644 R6645 R6646 R6647 R6648 R6649 R6653 R6654 R6661 R6671 R6673 R6681 R6682 R6683 R6684 R6689 R6690 CN600A CN600B CN600C CN600D CN60CB CN60SL CN60SR H6621 Part No. PQ1CY1032Z-W BA12FP-X BA05FP-X MN82860 JCC5056A R1170H251B-X SII169CT100 S-80828CLNB-W THC63LVDM83R-W SN74LVC1G08V-X BA033FP-X BA05FP-X ICL3221CA-X CD74HC4053PW-X AT24C16-42WV74 HD64F3687H TC74VHCT541AFTX S-80840CLNB-W 2SC3928A/QR/-X 2SK2090-X 2SK2090-X 2SK2090-X 2SK2090-X 2SA1530A/QR/-X 2SC3928A/QR/-X 2SK2090-X 2SK2090-X 2SA1530A/QR/-X EC30HA03L-X PTZ6.2Ω 1/4W J 2.2kΩ 1/16W J 33kΩ 1/16W J 2.2kΩ 1/16W J 18kΩ 1/16W J 18kΩ 1/16W J 2.9kΩ 1/16W J 8.7kΩ 1/16W J 33kΩ 1/16W J 2.7kΩ 1/16W J 2.2Ω 1/4W J 2.8B-X BAV99L-X BAV99L-X BAV99L-X BAV99L-X BAV99L-X BAV99L-X BAV99L-X BAV99L-X BAV99L-X BAV99L-X MA8056/M/-X MA111-X MA8056/M/-X 1SS355-X Part Name IC IC IC IC IC IC IC IC IC IC IC IC IC IC IC IC(MCU) IC IC TRANSISTOR MOS FET MOS FET MOS FET MOS FET TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR MOS FET MOS FET TRANSISTOR SB DIODE Z DIODE SI DIODE SI DIODE SI DIODE SI DIODE SI DIODE SI DIODE SI DIODE SI DIODE SI DIODE SI DIODE Z DIODE SI DIODE Z DIODE SI DIODE Description Local (SERVICE) (No. IC101 IC102 IC103 IC301 IC401 IC405 IC501 IC502 IC601 IC603 IC801 IC802 IC803 IC804 IC805 IC807 IC808 IC809 Q101 Q703 Q704 Q801 Q802 Q803 Q804 Q805 Q806 Q807 D101 D102 D501 D502 D503 D504 D505 D506 D507 D508 D509 D510 D611 D803 D804 D901 Part No.2kΩ 1/16W J 33kΩ 1/16W J 2. NRSA63J-222X NRSA63J-222X NRSA63J-333X NRSA63J-222X NRSA63J-222X NRSA63J-333X NRSA63J-222X NRSA63J-222X NRSA63J-333X NRSA63J-222X NRSA63J-222X NRSA63J-333X NRSA63J-103X NRSA63J-103X NRSA63J-103X NRSA63J-101X NRSA63J-101X NRSA63J-101X NRSA63J-101X NRSA63J-103X NRSA63J-222X NRSA63J-103X NRSA63J-222X NRSA63J-184X NRSA63J-184X NRSA63J-561X NRSA63J-561X NRSA63J-153X NRSA63J-103X NRSA63J-104X NRSA63J-153X NRSA63J-103X NRSA63J-104X NRSA63J-392X NRSA63J-822X NRSA63J-392X NRSA63J-822X NRSA63J-103X NRSA63J-103X NRSA63J-224X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-562X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-124X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-823X NRSA63J-273X NRSA63J-273X NRSA63J-273X NRSA63J-273X NRSA63J-273X NRSA63J-273X NRSA63J-183X NRSA63J-822X NRSA63J-183X NRSA63J-822X NRSA63J-183X NRSA63J-183X NRSA63J-272X NRSA63J-272X NRSA63J-183X NRSA63J-822X NRSA63J-183X NRSA63J-822X NRSA63J-562X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-272X NRSA63J-333X NRSA63J-222X NRSA63J-333X NRSA63J-272X NRSA63J-333X NRSA63J-222X NRSA63J-333X NRSA63J-272X NRSA63J-333X NRSA63J-222X NRSA63J-333X NRSA63J-272X NRSA63J-333X NRSA63J-222X NRSA63J-333X QRJ146J-2R2X QRJ146J-2R2X QRJ146J-2R2X QRJ146J-2R2X Part Name MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR UNF C RESISTOR UNF C RESISTOR UNF C RESISTOR UNF C RESISTOR Description 2.2kΩ 1/16W J 5.7kΩ 1/16W J 33kΩ 1/16W J 2.2kΩ 1/16W J 180kΩ 1/16W J 180kΩ 1/16W J 560Ω 1/16W J 560Ω 1/16W J 15kΩ 1/16W J 10kΩ 1/16W J 100kΩ 1/16W J 15kΩ 1/16W J 10kΩ 1/16W J 100kΩ 1/16W J 3.9kΩ 1/16W J 8.6kΩ 1/16W J 0Ω 1/16W J 120kΩ 1/16W J 0Ω 1/16W J 82kΩ 1/16W J 27kΩ 1/16W J 27kΩ 1/16W J 27kΩ 1/16W J 27kΩ 1/16W J 27kΩ 1/16W J 27kΩ 1/16W J 18kΩ 1/16W J 8.YA029)3-7 .2kΩ 1/16W J 3.2kΩ 1/16W J 33kΩ 1/16W J 2.2kΩ 1/16W J 33kΩ 1/16W J 10kΩ 1/16W J 10kΩ 1/16W J 10kΩ 1/16W J 100Ω 1/16W J 100Ω 1/16W J 100Ω 1/16W J 100Ω 1/16W J 10kΩ 1/16W J 2.2Ω 1/4W J 2.2kΩ 1/16W J 33kΩ 1/16W J 2.7kΩ 1/16W J 18kΩ 1/16W J 8.2kΩ 1/16W J 33kΩ 1/16W J 2.2kΩ 1/16W J 18kΩ 1/16W J 8.2Ω 1/4W J 2.2kΩ 1/16W J 33kΩ 1/16W J 2.2kΩ 1/16W J 2.2Ω 1/4W J 2. R6521 R6522 R6523 R6524 R6525 R6526 R6527 R6528 R6529 R6530 R6531 R6532 R6533 R6534 R6535 R6536 R6537 R6538 R6539 R6540 R6541 R6542 R6543 R6544 R6545 R6546 R6547 R6551 R6552 R6553 R6554 R6555 R6556 R6557 R6558 R6559 R6560 R6561 R6562 R6563 R6564 R6565 R6566 R6567 R6568 R6569 R6571 R6572 R6573 R6574 R6575 R6576 R6577 R6578 R6579 R6580 R6581 R6582 R6583 R6584 R6585 R6586 R6587 R6588 R6591 R6595 R6596 R6601 R6602 R6603 R6604 R6605 R6606 R6607 R6608 R6609 R6610 R6611 R6612 R6613 R6614 R6615 R6616 R6621 R6622 R6623 R6624 Part No.2kΩ 1/16W J 2.2kΩ 1/16W J 10kΩ 1/16W J 100Ω 1/16W J 100Ω 1/16W J 0Ω 1/16W J 1kΩ 1/2W J 1kΩ 1/2W J 1kΩ 1/2W J 1kΩ 1/2W J 220Ω 3W J 220Ω 3W J Local W-B (1-6) W-B (1-3) W-B (1-3) DISPLAY INTERFACE PW BOARD ASS’Y (LCA10288-07E) (SSB-7397A) Ref No.2kΩ 1/16W J 33kΩ 1/16W J 2.7kΩ 1/16W J 33kΩ 1/16W J 2.Ref No. QRJ146J-2R2X QRJ146J-2R2X QRJ146J-2R2X QRJ146J-2R2X NRSA63J-563X NRSA63J-563X NRSA63J-104X NRSA63J-102X NRSA63J-153X NRSA63J-563X NRSA63J-103X NRSA63J-103X NRSA63J-332X NRSA63J-222X NRSA63J-103X NRSA63J-101X NRSA63J-101X NRSA63J-0R0X QRK126J-102X QRK126J-102X QRK126J-102X QRK126J-102X QRL039J-221 QRL039J-221 QJK016-032003 WJK0050-003A QJK016-061001 QJK016-080703 QGA2501C5-06Z QGA2501C5-03Z QGA2501C5-03Z LC32130-001A Part Name UNF C RESISTOR UNF C RESISTOR UNF C RESISTOR UNF C RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR UNF C RESISTOR UNF C RESISTOR UNF C RESISTOR UNF C RESISTOR OMF RESISTOR OMF RESISTOR SIN CR C-B WIRE E-SI C WIRE C-B SIN CR C-B WIRE SIN CR C-B WIRE CONNECTOR CONNECTOR CONNECTOR HEAT SINK/AL-F/ Description 2.3kΩ 1/16W J 2.2kΩ 1/16W J 10kΩ 1/16W J 10kΩ 1/16W J 220kΩ 1/16W J 0Ω 1/16W J 5.2Ω 1/4W J 2.7kΩ 1/16W J 33kΩ 1/16W J 2.2kΩ 1/16W J 2.2Ω 1/4W J Local Ref No.6kΩ 1/16W J 0Ω 1/16W J 0Ω 1/16W J 2.

3V M 0.1uF 16V Z 0.1uF 16V Z 0.1uF 16V Z 0.1uF 16V Z 0.3V M 100uF 6.1uF 16V Z 0.1uF 16V Z 0.1uF 16V Z 0.1uF 16V Z 0.1uF 16V Z 0. 1SS355-X QETM1EM-477 NCB11EK-104X QETM0JM-108 NEH71EM-336X NEH71EM-336X NEH71CM-476X NEH71CM-476X NEH71AM-107X NEH70JM-107X NEH70JM-107X NEH70JM-107X NCF31CZ-104X NCF31CZ-104X NCF31CZ-104X NCF31CZ-104X NCF31CZ-104X NCF31CZ-104X NCF31CZ-104X NCF31CZ-104X NCF31CZ-104X NCF31CZ-104X NEH70JM-107X NCF31CZ-104X NCF31CZ-104X NCF31CZ-104X NCF31CZ-104X NCF31CZ-104X NCF31CZ-104X NCF31CZ-104X NCF31CZ-104X NCF31CZ-104X NCF31CZ-104X NCF31CZ-104X NCF31CZ-104X NCF31CZ-104X NCF31CZ-104X NCF31CZ-104X NCF31CZ-104X NCF31CZ-104X NCF31CZ-104X NCF31CZ-104X NCF31CZ-104X NCF31CZ-104X NEH70JM-107X NEH70JM-107X NBE71CM-476X NEH70JM-107X NCF31CZ-104X NCF31CZ-104X NCF31CZ-104X NCF31CZ-104X NCF31CZ-104X NCF31CZ-104X NCF31CZ-104X NCF31CZ-104X NCF31CZ-104X NCF31CZ-104X NCF31CZ-104X NCF31CZ-104X NCF31CZ-104X NCF31CZ-104X NCF31CZ-104X NCF31CZ-104X NCF31CZ-104X NEH70JM-107X NEH70JM-107X NEH70JM-226X NCF31CZ-104X NCF31CZ-104X NCF31CZ-104X NCF31CZ-104X NCF31CZ-104X NCF31CZ-104X NCF31CZ-104X NCF31CZ-104X NCF31CZ-104X NCF31CZ-104X NCF31CZ-104X NCF31CZ-104X NCF31CZ-104X NCF31CZ-104X NEH70JM-107X NEH70JM-107X NCF31CZ-104X NCF31CZ-104X Part Name SI DIODE E CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR TA E CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR Description Local Ref No.1uF 16V Z 0.3V M 0.1uF 16V Z 0.1uF 16V Z 0.1uF 16V Z 100uF 6.1uF 16V Z 0.1uF 16V Z 0.1uF 16V Z 0.1uF 16V Z 0.3V M 100uF 6.3V M 0.1uF 16V Z 0.1uF 16V Z 3-8(No.1uF 16V Z 0.1uF 16V Z 0.1uF 16V Z 0.1uF 16V Z 0.2kΩ 1/16W D 15kΩ 1/16W J 3.1uF 16V Z 0.1uF 16V Z 0.1uF 16V Z 0.3V M 0.1uF 16V Z 0.1uF 16V Z 0.1uF 25V K 1000uF 6. D902 C103 C104 C105 C108 C109 C112 C113 C114 C117 C301 C302 C303 C304 C305 C306 C307 C308 C309 C310 C311 C312 C313 C314 C315 C316 C317 C318 C319 C320 C321 C322 C323 C324 C325 C326 C327 C328 C329 C330 C331 C332 C333 C334 C401 C402 C403 C404 C405 C406 C407 C408 C409 C410 C411 C412 C413 C414 C415 C416 C417 C418 C419 C420 C421 C501 C502 C503 C504 C505 C506 C507 C508 C509 C510 C511 C512 C513 C514 C515 C516 C517 C601 C602 C603 C604 Part No.1uF 16V Z 0.1uF 16V Z 0.1uF 16V Z 10uF 16V M 1000pF 50V J 0.1uF 16V Z 0.1uF 16V Z 0.3V M 100uF 6.1uF 16V Z 0.3V M 0.1uF 16V Z 0.1uF 16V Z 0.1uF 16V Z 0.3V M 0.1uF 16V Z 22uF 6.YA029) .1uF 16V Z 0.1uF 16V Z 0.1uF 16V Z 0.1uF 16V Z 0.1uF 16V Z 100uF 6.1uF 16V Z 0.1uF 16V Z 0.1uF 16V Z 100uF 6.1uF 16V Z 0.1uF 16V Z 0.1uF 16V Z 0.1uF 16V Z 0.1uF 16V Z 22uF 6.1uF 16V Z 0.8kΩ 1/16W D 1.1uF 16V Z 0.1uF 16V Z 22pF 50V J 22pF 50V J 0.1uF 16V Z 0.3V M 33uF 25V M 33uF 25V M 47uF 16V M 47uF 16V M 100uF 10V M 100uF 6.3V M 100uF 6.1uF 16V Z 0.3V M 100uF 6. C610 C611 C612 C614 C802 C803 C804 C805 C806 C807 C809 C810 C811 C812 C813 C814 C815 C816 C817 C818 C819 C820 C821 C823 C824 C825 C826 C828 C829 C832 C842 C843 C844 C846 C847 C848 R101 R102 R103 R104 R105 R106 R301 R302 R303 R306 R307 R309 R311 R312 R313 R314 R315 R316 R317 R318 R319 R320 R321 R323 R324 R325 R327 R330 R331 R401 R402 R403 R404 R405 R406 R407 R408 R409 R410 R412 R413 R414 R415 R416 R417 R418 R419 R420 R421 R422 Part No.1uF 16V Z 100uF 6.1uF 16V Z 0. NCF31CZ-104X NCF31CZ-104X NCF31CZ-104X NCF31CZ-104X NCF31CZ-104X NEH70JM-226X NCF31CZ-104X NCF31CZ-104X NCF31CZ-104X NCF31CZ-104X NCF31CZ-104X NEH70JM-107X NCF31CZ-104X NCF31CZ-104X NCF31CZ-104X NCF31CZ-104X NEH70JM-226X NCF31CZ-104X NCF31CZ-104X NCF31CZ-104X NCF31CZ-104X NCF31CZ-104X NEH71CM-106X NDC31HJ-102X NCF31CZ-104X NDC31HJ-220X NDC31HJ-220X NCF31CZ-104X NEH70JM-226X NCF31CZ-104X NCB31HK-102X NCB31HK-102X NCB31HK-102X NCB21HK-102X NCB21HK-102X NCB21HK-102X NRSA63D-182X NRSA63D-122X NRSA63J-153X NRSA63J-332X NRSA63J-103X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-101X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-101X NRSA63J-101X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-101X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-564X NRSA63J-563X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-273X NRSA63J-224X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-101X NRSA63J-101X NRSA63J-102X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-101X NRSA63J-101X NRSA63J-101X NRSA63J-101X NRSA63J-101X NRSA63J-103X NRSA63J-103X NRSA63J-103X NRSA63J-103X NRSA63J-101X NRSA63J-101X NRSA63J-101X NRSA63J-101X NRSA63J-101X NRSA63J-101X NRZ0040-103X NRZ0040-103X NRZ0040-103X NRZ0040-103X NRZ0040-103X NRZ0040-103X NRSA63J-101X NRSA63J-101X Part Name C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR NET RESISTOR NET RESISTOR NET RESISTOR NET RESISTOR NET RESISTOR NET RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR Description 0.1uF 16V Z 0.1uF 16V Z 0.1uF 16V Z 0.3V M 0.1uF 16V Z 100uF 6.1uF 16V Z 22uF 6.1uF 16V Z 0.1uF 16V Z 0.1uF 16V Z 0.1uF 16V Z 0.3V M 47uF 16V M 100uF 6.1uF 16V Z 0.1uF 16V Z 0.1uF 16V Z 0.1uF 16V Z 0.1uF 16V Z 0.3V M 22uF 6.1uF 16V Z 0.1uF 16V Z 0.1uF 16V Z 0.1uF 16V Z 0.1uF 16V Z 0.1uF 16V Z 0.3V M 0.1uF 16V Z 0.Ref No.1uF 16V Z 0.1uF 16V Z 0.1uF 16V Z 0.1uF 16V Z 0.3kΩ 1/16W J 10kΩ 1/16W J 0Ω 1/16W J 100Ω 1/16W J 0Ω 1/16W J 0Ω 1/16W J 100Ω 1/16W J 100Ω 1/16W J 0Ω 1/16W J 0Ω 1/16W J 0Ω 1/16W J 0Ω 1/16W J 100Ω 1/16W J 0Ω 1/16W J 560kΩ 1/16W J 56kΩ 1/16W J 0Ω 1/16W J 27kΩ 1/16W J 220kΩ 1/16W J 0Ω 1/16W J 100Ω 1/16W J 100Ω 1/16W J 1kΩ 1/16W J 0Ω 1/16W J 100Ω 1/16W J 100Ω 1/16W J 100Ω 1/16W J 100Ω 1/16W J 100Ω 1/16W J 10kΩ 1/16W J 10kΩ 1/16W J 10kΩ 1/16W J 10kΩ 1/16W J 100Ω 1/16W J 100Ω 1/16W J 100Ω 1/16W J 100Ω 1/16W J 100Ω 1/16W J 100Ω 1/16W J 10kΩ 1/16W J x4 10kΩ 1/16W J x4 10kΩ 1/16W J x4 10kΩ 1/16W J x4 10kΩ 1/16W J x4 10kΩ 1/16W J x4 100Ω 1/16W J 100Ω 1/16W J Local 470uF 25V M 0.3V M 0.1uF 16V Z 1000pF 50V K 1000pF 50V K 1000pF 50V K 1000pF 50V K 1000pF 50V K 1000pF 50V K 1.1uF 16V Z 0.1uF 16V Z 0.

3kΩ 1/16W J 3.7kΩ 1/16W J 220Ω 1/16W J 100Ω 1/16W J 0Ω 1/16W J 10kΩ 1/16W J 33kΩ 1/16W J 4.7kΩ 1/16W J 4.YA029)3-9 .3kΩ 1/16W J 0Ω 1/16W J 1kΩ 1/16W J 100Ω 1/16W J 1kΩ 1/16W J 1kΩ 1/16W J 1kΩ 1/16W J 100Ω 1/16W J 0Ω 1/16W J 68Ω 1/16W J 0Ω 1/16W J 0Ω 1/16W J 1kΩ 1/16W J 100Ω 1/16W J 33kΩ 1/16W J 1kΩ 1/16W J 1kΩ 1/16W J 100Ω 1/16W J 100Ω 1/16W J 100Ω 1/16W J 0Ω 1/16W J 100Ω 1/16W J 0Ω 1/16W J 0Ω 1/16W J 0Ω 1/16W J 0Ω 1/16W J 1kΩ 1/16W J 1kΩ 1/16W J 100Ω 1/16W J 100Ω 1/16W J 100Ω 1/16W J 100Ω 1/16W J 100Ω 1/16W J 10kΩ 1/16W J 0Ω 1/16W J 4. NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-101X NRSA63J-103X NRSA63J-472X NRSA63J-221X NRSA63J-101X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-103X NRSA63J-333X NRSA63J-472X NRSA63J-101X NRSA63J-333X NRSA63J-333X NRSA63J-101X NRSA63J-333X NRSA63J-104X NRSA63J-221X NRSA63J-221X NRSA63J-221X NRSA63J-221X NRSA63J-101X NRSA63J-101X NRSA63J-561X NRSA63J-102X NRSA63J-104X NRSA63J-103X NRSA63J-223X NRSA63J-223X NRSA63J-103X NRSA63J-103X NRSA63J-101X NRSA63J-103X NRSA63J-101X NRSA63J-103X NRSA63J-101X NRSA63J-102X NRSA63J-103X NRSA63J-104X NRSA63J-393X NRSA63J-101X NRZ0040-0R0X NRZ0040-0R0X NRZ0040-0R0X NRZ0040-0R0X NRZ0040-0R0X NRZ0040-0R0X NQL63EM-680X NQR0351-001X NQR0351-001X NQR0351-001X NQR0351-001X NQR0351-001X NQR0351-001X NQR0351-001X NQR0351-001X QGA2001C2-03X QGA2001C2-06X QGA2001C2-08X QGA2001C2-07X QGA2001C2-08X QGA2001C2-06X QGA2001C2-04X QGA2001C2-08X QGA2001C2-06X QGA2001C2-09X NRSA02J-0R0X NRSA02J-0R0X NRSA02J-0R0X NRSA02J-0R0X NRSA02J-0R0X NQR0450-002X NQR0450-002X NQR0450-002X NQR0450-002X NQR0450-002X NQR0450-002X NQR0450-002X QAX0534-001 Part Name MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR NET RESISTOR NET RESISTOR NET RESISTOR NET RESISTOR NET RESISTOR NET RESISTOR COIL FERRITE BEADS FERRITE BEADS FERRITE BEADS FERRITE BEADS FERRITE BEADS FERRITE BEADS FERRITE BEADS FERRITE BEADS CONNECTOR CONNECTOR CONNECTOR CONNECTOR CONNECTOR CONNECTOR CONNECTOR CONNECTOR CONNECTOR CONNECTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR EMI FILTER EMI FILTER EMI FILTER EMI FILTER EMI FILTER EMI FILTER EMI FILTER C RESONATOR Description 0Ω 1/16W J 100Ω 1/16W J 10kΩ 1/16W J 4.7kΩ 1/16W J 100Ω 1/16W J 33kΩ 1/16W J 33kΩ 1/16W J 100Ω 1/16W J 33kΩ 1/16W J 100kΩ 1/16W J 220Ω 1/16W J 220Ω 1/16W J 220Ω 1/16W J 220Ω 1/16W J 100Ω 1/16W J 100Ω 1/16W J 560Ω 1/16W J 1kΩ 1/16W J 100kΩ 1/16W J 10kΩ 1/16W J 22kΩ 1/16W J 22kΩ 1/16W J 10kΩ 1/16W J 10kΩ 1/16W J 100Ω 1/16W J 10kΩ 1/16W J 100Ω 1/16W J 10kΩ 1/16W J 100Ω 1/16W J 1kΩ 1/16W J 10kΩ 1/16W J 100kΩ 1/16W J 39kΩ 1/16W J 100Ω 1/16W J 0Ω 1/16W J x4 0Ω 1/16W J x4 0Ω 1/16W J x4 0Ω 1/16W J x4 0Ω 1/16W J x4 0Ω 1/16W J x4 68uH M Local W-B (1-3) W-B (1-6) W-B (1-8) W-B (1-7) W-B (1-8) W-B (1-6) W-B (1-4) W-B (1-8) W-B (1-6) W-B (1-9) 0Ω 1/10W J 0Ω 1/10W J 0Ω 1/10W J 0Ω 1/10W J 0Ω 1/10W J 22pF 50V M 22pF 50V M 22pF 50V M 22pF 50V M 22pF 50V M 22pF 50V M 22pF 50V M 16.7kΩ 1/16W J 10kΩ 1/16W J 10kΩ 1/16W J 10kΩ 1/16W J 10kΩ 1/16W J 0Ω 1/16W J 10kΩ 1/16W J 0Ω 1/16W J 0Ω 1/16W J 0Ω 1/16W J 0Ω 1/16W J 10kΩ 1/16W J 10kΩ 1/16W J 0Ω 1/16W J 0Ω 1/16W J 10kΩ 1/16W J 1kΩ 1/16W J 10kΩ 1/16W J 10kΩ 1/16W J 33kΩ 1/16W J 1kΩ 1/16W J 100Ω 1/16W J 0Ω 1/16W J 0Ω 1/16W J 100Ω 1/16W J 100kΩ 1/16W J 1kΩ 1/16W J 1000pF 50V K 10kΩ 1/16W J 10kΩ 1/16W J 0Ω 1/16W J 1kΩ 1/16W J 10kΩ 1/16W J 1000pF 50V K 10kΩ 1/16W J 10kΩ 1/16W J 10kΩ 1/16W J 100Ω 1/16W J 100Ω 1/16W J 100Ω 1/16W J Local Ref No. NRSA63J-101X NRSA63J-101X NRSA63J-101X NRSA63J-101X NRSA63J-101X NRSA63J-101X NRSA63J-102X NRSA63J-391X NRSA63J-102X NRSA63J-101X NRSA63J-332X NRSA63J-332X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-102X NRSA63J-101X NRSA63J-102X NRSA63J-102X NRSA63J-102X NRSA63J-101X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-680X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-102X NRSA63J-101X NRSA63J-333X NRSA63J-102X NRSA63J-102X NRSA63J-101X NRSA63J-101X NRSA63J-101X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-101X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-102X NRSA63J-102X NRSA63J-101X NRSA63J-101X NRSA63J-101X NRSA63J-101X NRSA63J-101X NRSA63J-103X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-472X NRSA63J-472X NRSA63J-103X NRSA63J-103X NRSA63J-103X NRSA63J-103X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-103X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-103X NRSA63J-103X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-103X NRSA63J-102X NRSA63J-103X NRSA63J-103X NRSA63J-333X NRSA63J-102X NRSA63J-101X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-101X NRSA63J-104X NRSA63J-102X NCB31HK-102X NRSA63J-103X NRSA63J-103X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-102X NRSA63J-103X NCB31HK-102X NRSA63J-103X NRSA63J-103X NRSA63J-103X NRSA63J-101X NRSA63J-101X NRSA63J-101X Part Name MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR C CAPACITOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR C CAPACITOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR Description 100Ω 1/16W J 100Ω 1/16W J 100Ω 1/16W J 100Ω 1/16W J 100Ω 1/16W J 100Ω 1/16W J 1kΩ 1/16W J 390Ω 1/16W J 1kΩ 1/16W J 100Ω 1/16W J 3.000MHz (No. R423 R424 R425 R426 R427 R428 R441 R501 R502 R505 R506 R507 R510 R511 R512 R513 R514 R515 R516 R517 R525 R526 R528 R531 R532 R533 R602 R603 R618 R619 R621 R626 R628 R805 R808 R810 R811 R812 R813 R814 R815 R816 R817 R818 R821 R822 R824 R828 R829 R830 R831 R833 R837 R838 R839 R842 R843 R844 R845 R846 R847 R848 R849 R850 R851 R852 R853 R854 R855 R856 R857 R858 R859 R861 R863 R864 R865 R866 R867 R868 R869 R870 R871 R872 R873 R875 R876 Part No.Ref No. R877 R878 R879 R880 R881 R882 R883 R884 R885 R886 R887 R890 R891 R892 R893 R894 R895 R896 R897 R898 R899 R900 R903 R904 R906 R908 R911 R912 R914 R915 R917 R918 R919 R920 R921 R927 R933 R934 R940 R943 RA601 RA602 RA603 RA604 RA605 RA606 L101 L301 L302 L401 L402 L501 L601 L801 L802 CN00A CN00C CN00D CN00E CN00Q CN00T CN00V CN00X CN0C1 CN0C2 K301 K801 K802 K803 K804 LC801 LC802 LC803 LC804 LC806 LC807 LC809 X801 Part No.

TEMP. Part No. LJ92-00777A Part Name E-BUF PWB Description Local F-BUF PW BOARD ASS’Y (LJ92-00778A) Ref No.  Part No. LJ92-00778A Part Name F-BUF PWB Description Local DISPLAY LED PW BOARD ASS’Y (LCA90175-03B) (SSB-0L297A) Ref No.1uF 16V Z 100Ω 1/16W J 100Ω 1/16W J 10kΩ 1/16W J W-B (1-4) Description Local VIDEO SMPS PW BOARD ASS’Y (LJ44-00050A) Ref No.YA029) . LJ92-00797A Part Name Y-BUF-L PWB Description Local REMOTE CONTROL UNIT PARTS LIST [RM-C13G-1H] Ref No.  Part No.2uF AC275V M 0. LJ92-00758A Part Name X-MAIN PWB Description Local Y-MAIN PW BOARD ASS’Y (LJ92-00759A) Ref No. LJ44-00053A Part Name SMPS PWB Description Local X-MAIN PW BOARD ASS’Y (LJ92-00758A) LINE FILTER PW BOARD ASS’Y (LCA90143-05B) (SSB-9297A) Ref No.  Part No. LJ44-00050A Part Name VIDEO SMPS PWB Description Local SMPS PW BOARD ASS’Y (LJ44-00053A) Ref No. Part No. R25-8173 Part Name BATTERY COVER Description Local 3-10(No. LJ92-00791A Part Name LOGIC-MAIN PWB Description Local Y-BUF-U PW BOARD ASS’Y (LJ92-00796A) Ref No. LJ92-00779A Part Name G-BUF PWB Description Local IC1642 Q1641 Q1642 D1643 C1642 R1641 R1642 R1643 R1644 R1648 R1654 R1657 CN200X GP1UA261XK 2SC3928A/QR/-X 2SC3928A/QR/-X SLR-342MG3F QER61CM-476Z NRSA63J-102X NRSA63J-102X NRSA63J-331X NRSA63J-222X NRSA63J-102X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-0R0X QGA2501F1-08 IR DETECT UNIT TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR LED E CAPACITOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR CONNECTOR 38kHz  POWER 47uF 16V M 1kΩ 1/16W J 1kΩ 1/16W J 330Ω 1/16W J 2. LJ92-00759A Part Name Y-MAIN PWB Description Local E-BUF PW BOARD ASS’Y (LJ92-00777A) 10A 250V Ref No. LJ92-00796A Part Name Y-BUF-U PWB Description Local DISPLAY SWITCH PW BOARD ASS’Y (LCA90148-02C) (SSB-0L385A) Ref No. Part No. NRSA63J-562X NRSA63J-153X NRSA63J-562X NRSA63J-153X QGA2501F1-06 QSW0619-003Z QSW0619-003Z QSW0619-003Z QSW0619-003Z QSW0619-003Z QSW0619-003Z QSW0619-003Z Part Name MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR CONNECTOR TACT SWITCH TACT SWITCH TACT SWITCH TACT SWITCH TACT SWITCH TACT SWITCH TACT SWITCH Description 5.  Part No. C9901 C9904 C9912 C9913 R9902 CN90E1 CN90E3 CN90PW F9901 J9901 LF9901 LF9902 LF9903 LF9904 VA9901 Part No. TCN75-5.  Part No.  Description Local Part No.  Part No.  Part No. Part Name G-BUF PW BOARD ASS’Y (LJ92-00779A) Ref No.0MOA-X NCF31CZ-104X NRSA63J-101X NRSA63J-101X NRSA63J-103X QGA2001C1-04 Part Name IC C CAPACITOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR CONNECTOR 0. QFZ9075-225 QFZ9075-224 QCZ9079-102 QCZ9079-102 QRZ9046-105Z QUB03K-08FPHM QUB070-42FPHM WJK0050-008A QMFZ041-100-J1 QMCB006-C01 QQR1281-002 QQR1281-002 QQR1376-001 QQR1376-001 ERZV10V621CS Part Name MPP CAPACITOR MPP CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C RESISTOR SIN TWIST WIRE SIN TWIST WIRE E-SI C WIRE C-B FUSE AC INLET LINE FILTER LINE FILTER LINE FILTER LINE FILTER ZNR Description 2. SENSOR PW BOARD ASS’Y (LCA90146-01B) (SSB-8381A) Ref No.2kΩ 1/16W J 1kΩ 1/16W J 0Ω 1/16W J 0Ω 1/16W J W-B (1-8) LOGIC-MAIN PW BOARD ASS’Y (LJ92-00791A) Ref No.  Part No.22uF AC275V M 1000pF AC250V M 1000pF AC250V M 1MΩ 1/2W K Local Ref No.6kΩ 1/16W J 15kΩ 1/16W J 5. IC8101 C8101 R8101 R8102 R8103 CN800V Part No. R2701 R2702 R2703 R2704 CN000T S2701 S2702 S2703 S2704 S2705 S2706 S2707 Part No.6kΩ 1/16W J 15kΩ 1/16W J W-B (1-6) VOL+ CHSIZE INPUT CH+ VOLPOWER Local Y-BUF-L PW BOARD ASS’Y (LJ92-00797A) Ref No.

8m BLACK SYSTEM CABLE (3m) 12cm x 30cm R6P/AA(x2) 25cm x 35cm English French   (x4) (x2) 2pcs in 1set(x2) (No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 Part No. LC21379-001A LC21381-001A LC11669-001A LC30236-005A LC41035-005A LC41035-003A LC21264-001A QMPE280-180-JW QAM0449-001 RM-C13G-1H QPA01203005 QQR1193-001 -----------QPA02503505P LCT1517-001B LCT1518-001B LCT1541-001A BT-51034-1 BT-52006-2 CP30903-001 CP30371-00D LC20989-001A-H LC41750-001A Part Name PACKING CASE PACKING CASE CUSHION POLY BAG POLY BAG POLY BAG PACKING CASE POWER CORD(US/CA) PDP I/F CABLE REMOCON UNIT POLY BAG CORE FILTER BATTERY POLY BAG INST BOOK INST BOOK CAUTION BOOK REGIST.YA029)3-11 .No.PACKING 1 FRONT 3 22 21 ( 2) 24 5 22 4 20 6 23 14 15 16 17 18 19 3 8 2 7 ( 4) 11 12 13 9 10 PACKING PARTS LIST  Ref.CARD WARRANTY CARD JOINT BAND CORNER LABEL INST SHEET Description TOP BOTTOM 6pcs in 1set Local  FOR ACCESSORY 1.

[RECEIVER UNIT : TU-42WV74/SA] EXPLODED VIEW PARTS LIST -1  Ref.  1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 Part No.101-104)  100 101 102 103  200 201 (Inc.201-202) 3-12(No.YA029) .No. LC11331-006A CM43096-002 QYSDSG3008N QYSBSF3010M QYSDSG3008N QUQ212-1314CH LC21370-001B QAM0493-001 QMCB004-001 QYSDSG3008N QYSBSF3010M QYSPSPL2608N QNB0036-001 LC21458-002A-0L LC11330-005B LC41284-001A LC21215-001C LC32109-001B QQR1400-001 LC11328-014B QZW0055-003 QZW0063-001 LC31917-005A LC21099-003B PQ45130-6 Part Name TOP COVER SPECIAL SCREW TAP SCREW TAP SCREW TAP SCREW FFC WIRE BACK COVER F CABLE AC INLET TAPPING SCREW TAP SCREW SCREW CONN ACCESSORY RATING LABEL BOTTOM CASE FOOT INSULATOR SHEET CORE FILTER FRONT PANEL ASSY DAMPER MAGNET LATCH CONTROL PLATE DOOR ASSY JVC MARK Description Local (x4) 3mm x 8mm(x3) 3mm x 10mm 3mm x 8mm       3mm x 8mm(x3) 3mm x 10mm(x6) 2.6mm x 8mm(x2) (x4) 2pcs in 1set (x4) (x2) (x2) (Inc.

YA029)3-13 .EXPLODED VIEW -1 2 1 3 DIST HOLDER 2 DIST RELAY PWB CHASSIS BRACKET b MI-COM & DIST MODULE PWB RECEIVER PWB a c RECEIVER POWER PWB 100 19 6 MAIN PWB FRONT CONTROL PWB b 18 15 FRONT PANEL (BACK SIDE) a 17 DIGITAL INPUT MODULE PWB 14 7 5 101 102 4 201 200 103 102 8 BRACKET 16 c 19 9 10 12 13 11 (No.

01uF 50V K 1uF 16V K 1uF 16V K 100pF 50V J 100pF 50V J 100pF 50V J 10pF 50V J 1uF 16V K 0. TA1318N SN74AHC2G08T-X AN15852A CXA2069Q PQ3RD23 AT24LC32-42WV74 TA48M033F-X PQ1CG21H2FZ PQ1CY1032Z-W PQ1CY1032Z-W PQ070XH02Z-W PQ12RD11 MM1565AF-X MN82832 R1170H331B-X 2SK2090-X 2SK2090-X 2SA1530A/QR/-X 2SC3837K/NP/-X 2SC3837K/NP/-X 2SC3837K/NP/-X 2SC3928A/QR/-X 2SA1530A/QR/-X 2SC3928A/QR/-X 2SC3928A/QR/-X 2SC3928A/QR/-X UN2213-X 2SC4685 2SC4682-T 2SC3928A/QR/-X 2SC3928A/QR/-X 2SA1530A/QR/-X 2SC3928A/QR/-X 2SC3928A/QR/-X 2SA1530A/QR/-X 2SA1530A/QR/-X 2SA1530A/QR/-X 2SC3928A/QR/-X 2SA1530A/QR/-X 2SC3928A/QR/-X 2SA1530A/QR/-X 2SC3928A/QR/-X MA8082/M/-X MA8100/M/-X MA8100/M/-X MA8100/M/-X MA8100/M/-X MA8100/M/-X MA8100/M/-X MA8100/M/-X MA111-X MA111-X MA111-X MA111-X MA111-X MA8100/M/-X MA8100/M/-X MA8082/M/-X MA8082/M/-X MA8051/M/-X MA8051/M/-X SF5S4 RK34-LFC4 RU3YX-LFC4 EC30HA03L-X MA3030/H/-X MA111-X MA111-X PTZ6. IC1211 IC1212 IC1301 IC1501 IC1511 IC1703 IC1801 IC1941 IC1942 IC1943 IC1981 IC1991 IC1993 IC3001 IC3002 Q0701 Q0702 Q1232 Q1301 Q1302 Q1303 Q1531 Q1673 Q1961 Q1962 Q1964 Q1965 Q1981 Q1984 Q3001 Q3002 Q3003 Q3004 Q3005 Q3006 Q3007 Q3501 Q3502 Q3505 Q3506 Q3509 Q3510 D1093 D1301 D1302 D1303 D1595 D1596 D1598 D1599 D1667 D1668 D1669 D1702 D1703 D1704 D1705 D1891 D1892 D1893 D1894 D1941 D1943 D1944 D1948 D1962 D1964 D1965 D1967 D1968 D1969 D1981 D1991 D1993 D2101 D2121 D2201 D2204 Part No.1uF 16V K 0.1uF 16V K 33uF 16V M 0.01uF 50V K 100uF 16V M 2.01uF 50V K 47uF 25V M 0.2uF 50V M 0.01uF 50V K 0.1uF 16V K 10uF 16V M 1uF 16V K 1uF 16V K 1uF 16V K 1uF 16V K 1uF 16V K 1uF 16V K 1uF 16V K 0.01uF 50V K 0.01uF 50V K 0.01uF 50V K 1uF 16V K 1uF 16V K 1uF 16V K 1uF 16V K 33uF 16V M 0.1uF 16V K 1000uF 10V M 1000uF 10V M 1000uF 6.7uF 16V Z 1uF 16V K 4.01uF 50V K 0.01uF 50V K 0.01uF 50V J 4.01uF 50V K 1uF 16V K 0.01uF 50V K 0.7uF 16V Z 18pF 50V J 100uF 16V M 100uF 16V M 100uF 16V M 0.3V M 1000uF 10V M 100uF 16V M 10uF 50V M 0.9B-X PTZ11B-X MA111-X MA111-X MA111-X MA8100/M/-X MA8100/M/-X MA8100/M/-X MA8100/M/-X Part Name IC IC IC IC IC IC IC IC IC IC IC IC IC IC IC MOS FET MOS FET TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR DIGI TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR Z DIODE Z DIODE Z DIODE Z DIODE Z DIODE Z DIODE Z DIODE Z DIODE SI DIODE SI DIODE SI DIODE SI DIODE SI DIODE Z DIODE Z DIODE Z DIODE Z DIODE Z DIODE Z DIODE SB DIODE SB DIODE SI DIODE SB DIODE Z DIODE SI DIODE SI DIODE Z DIODE Z DIODE Z DIODE SI DIODE SI DIODE SI DIODE Z DIODE Z DIODE Z DIODE Z DIODE Description Local Ref No.8B-X PTZ3.01uF 50V K 47uF 25V M 100uF 16V M 3-14(No.01uF 50V K 0. MA8100/M/-X MA8100/M/-X NRSA02J-0R0X MA8100/M/-X MA8100/M/-X MA8100/M/-X MA8100/M/-X MA8100/M/-X MA8100/M/-X MA8100/M/-X MA8100/M/-X MA8100/M/-X MA8100/M/-X MA8100/M/-X MA8100/M/-X MA8100/M/-X MA8100/M/-X MA8100/M/-X NCB31HK-103X QETN1CM-107Z QETN1HM-225Z QFLC1HJ-103Z NCF11CZ-475X NCB21CK-105X NCF11CZ-475X NDC31HJ-180X QETN1CM-107Z QETN1CM-107Z QETN1CM-107Z NCB31CK-104X NCB31CK-104X NCB31CK-104X QETN1CM-106Z NCB21CK-105X NCB21CK-105X NCB21CK-105X NCB21CK-105X NCB21CK-105X NCB21CK-105X NCB21CK-105X NCB31HK-103X NCB31HK-103X NCB21CK-105X NCB21CK-105X NDC31HJ-101X NDC31HJ-101X NDC31HJ-101X NDC31HJ-100X NCB21CK-105X NCB31HK-103X NCB31HK-103X NCB21CK-105X NCB31HK-103X NCB31HK-103X NCB31HK-103X NCB31HK-103X NCB31HK-103X NCB31HK-103X NCB31HK-103X NCB21CK-105X NCB21CK-105X NCB21CK-105X NCB21CK-105X QETN1CM-336Z NCB31CK-104X QETN1CM-336Z NCB31CK-104X QETN1CM-336Z NCB31CK-104X QETN1AM-108Z QETN1AM-108Z QETN0JM-108Z QETN1AM-108Z QETN1CM-107Z QETN1HM-106Z NCB31CK-104X NCB31CK-104X QETN1CM-107Z NCB31HK-103X QETN1EM-476Z NCB31HK-103X QETN1EM-476Z QETN1CM-107Z Part Name Z DIODE Z DIODE MG RESISTOR Z DIODE Z DIODE Z DIODE Z DIODE Z DIODE Z DIODE Z DIODE Z DIODE Z DIODE Z DIODE Z DIODE Z DIODE Z DIODE Z DIODE Z DIODE C CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR M CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR Description Local 0Ω 1/10W J (SERVICE) 0.1uF 16V K 0.01uF 50V K 0.YA029) .PRINTED WIRING BOARD PARTS LIST MAIN PW BOARD ASS’Y (LCA10273-14F) (SSB-1097A) Ref No. D2205 D2206 D2207 D2209 D2210 D2212 D2213 D2215 D2216 D2217 D2218 D2219 D2402 D2403 D2404 D2406 D2421 D2422 C1111 C1213 C1214 C1215 C1216 C1218 C1219 C1233 C1301 C1302 C1303 C1304 C1305 C1306 C1307 C1311 C1312 C1313 C1314 C1315 C1318 C1321 C1322 C1323 C1324 C1325 C1326 C1327 C1328 C1329 C1331 C1332 C1333 C1341 C1342 C1343 C1351 C1352 C1353 C1354 C1355 C1356 C1366 C1367 C1368 C1371 C1372 C1381 C1382 C1391 C1392 C1403 C1404 C1405 C1406 C1408 C1409 C1410 C1411 C1412 C1415 C1416 C1417 C1418 C1420 Part No.1uF 16V K 100uF 16V M 0.1uF 16V K 33uF 16V M 0.1uF 16V K 0.

1uF 16V Z 0.1uF 16V Z 10uF 6.2uF 16V K 2.1uF 16V Z 0.7uF 16V Z 0.1uF 16V Z 0.2uF 16V K 0.01uF 50V K 0.1uF 16V Z 100pF 50V J 120pF 50V J 15pF 50V J 4.2uF 16V K 0. NCB31HK-103X NCB31HK-103X NCF31CZ-104X NCF31CZ-104X NCF31CZ-104X QETN1CM-106Z NCF31CZ-104X NDC31HJ-7R0X NDC31HJ-7R0X NCF31CZ-104X NCF31CZ-104X NCF31CZ-104X NDC31HJ-560X NDC31HJ-330X NDC31HJ-560X NDC31HJ-330X NCF31CZ-104X NCF31CZ-104X NCF31CZ-104X NCF31CZ-104X QETN1CM-106Z NCB31HK-472X NCB31HK-472X NCB31HK-472X NCB31HK-472X QETN1CM-106Z NCB31HK-472X NCB31HK-472X NCB31HK-472X NCB31HK-472X NCB31HK-472X NCB31HK-472X NCB31HK-472X NCB31HK-472X NCB31HK-472X QETN1CM-106Z NCF31CZ-104X QETN1HM-105Z NCF31CZ-104X QETN1HM-105Z NCF31CZ-104X QETN1HM-105Z NCF31CZ-104X QETN1CM-106Z NCF31CZ-104X QETN1CM-476Z NCB31HK-103X QETN1CM-476Z NCB31HK-103X QETN1CM-476Z NCF31CZ-104X NCB10JK-106X NCB31AK-334X NCF31CZ-104X NDC31HJ-470X QBTC1CK-106Z NDC31HJ-151X NCB31HK-152X NDC31HJ-100X NDC31HJ-100X NDC31HJ-100X NCB31HK-472X NCB31HK-472X NCF31CZ-104X NDC31HJ-101X NDC31HJ-121X NDC31HJ-150X NCF11CZ-475X NCF31CZ-104X NDC31HJ-101X NDC31HJ-121X NDC31HJ-150X NCF11CZ-475X NCF31CZ-104X NDC31HJ-101X NDC31HJ-121X NDC31HJ-150X NCF11CZ-475X QENC1CM-336Z QENC1CM-336Z QENC1CM-336Z NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-103X NRSA63J-103X NRSA63J-0R0X Part Name C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR TA E CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR BP E CAPACITOR BP E CAPACITOR BP E CAPACITOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR Description 0.1uF 16V Z 10uF 16V M 4700pF 50V K 4700pF 50V K 4700pF 50V K 4700pF 50V K 10uF 16V M 4700pF 50V K 4700pF 50V K 4700pF 50V K 4700pF 50V K 4700pF 50V K 4700pF 50V K 4700pF 50V K 4700pF 50V K 4700pF 50V K 10uF 16V M 0.1uF 16V Z 7pF 50V J 7pF 50V J 0.3V M 1000uF 6.3V M 1000uF 6.1uF 16V Z 47pF 50V J 10uF 16V K 150pF 50V J 1500pF 50V K 10pF 50V J 10pF 50V J 10pF 50V J 4700pF 50V K 4700pF 50V K 0.1uF 16V Z 47uF 16V M 0.1uF 16V Z 100pF 50V J 120pF 50V J 15pF 50V J 4. C1421 C1422 C1423 C1430 C1431 C1432 C1433 C1503 C1504 C1505 C1510 C1519 C1531 C1532 C1538 C1539 C1540 C1579 C1598 C1599 C1697 C1702 C1802 C1803 C1941 C1942 C1944 C1945 C1946 C1947 C1948 C1949 C1950 C1951 C1952 C1953 C1954 C1955 C1957 C1961 C1981 C1983 C1984 C1985 C1991 C1992 C1994 C1995 C1996 C2102 C2103 C2104 C2105 C2106 C2123 C2124 C2126 C2127 C2128 C2144 C2145 C2146 C2302 C2303 C2322 C2323 C2342 C2343 C3001 C3002 C3003 C3004 C3005 C3006 C3007 C3008 C3009 C3010 C3011 C3012 C3013 C3014 C3015 C3016 C3017 C3018 C3019 Part No.1uF 16V Z 56pF 50V J 33pF 50V J 56pF 50V J 33pF 50V J 0.3V M 100uF 25V M 100uF 16V M 2.7uF 16V Z 0.33uF 10V K 150pF 50V J 120pF 50V J 15pF 50V J 4.2uF 16V K 2.3V K 0.2uF 16V K 10uF 50V M 2.3V M 100uF 16V M 47uF 50V M 0.1uF 16V Z 0.1uF 16V Z 100pF 50V J 120pF 50V J 15pF 50V J 4.1uF 16V Z 10uF 16V M 0.3V M 0.1uF 16V Z 0.1uF 25V K 470uF 16V M 1uF 50V M 100uF 16V M 100uF 16V M 220uF 10V M 470uF 6.7uF 16V Z 33uF 16V M 33uF 16V M 33uF 16V M 0Ω 1/16W J 0Ω 1/16W J 10kΩ 1/16W J 10kΩ 1/16W J 0Ω 1/16W J Local (No.7uF 50V M 100uF 10V M 47uF 25V M 2.2uF 16V K 2.1uF 16V Z 0.01uF 50V K 0.01uF 50V K 10uF 50V M 10uF 50V M 2.1uF 16V Z 0.33uF 10V K 0.01uF 50V K 10uF 50V M 10uF 50V M 2. QETN0JM-108Z QETN1CM-107Z QETN1HM-476Z NCB31HK-103X NCB31HK-103X NCB31HK-103X NCB31HK-103X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-0R0X QENC1HM-475Z QENC1CM-106Z QETN1EM-476Z NCB31CK-104X QETN1HM-226Z NCS31HJ-270X QENC1HM-475Z QETN1AM-107Z QETN1EM-476Z NCB11CK-225X NCB11CK-225X QETN1EM-476Z NCB21CK-105X QETN1HM-106Z QETN1EM-476Z QETN1VM-108Z QEZ0255-128 QETN1VM-108Z QEZ0256-128 NCB31CK-104X QETN1CM-477Z QETN1CM-477Z QETN0JM-108Z QETN0JM-108Z QETN1VM-108Z QETN1AM-108Z QETN0JM-108Z QETN0JM-108Z NCB31EK-104X QETN1CM-477Z QETN1HM-105Z QETN1CM-107Z QETN1CM-107Z QETN1AM-227Z QETN0JM-477Z QETN1EM-107Z QETN1CM-107Z NCB11CK-225X NCB11CK-225X NCB11CK-225X NCB31HK-103X QETN1HM-106Z QETN1HM-106Z NCB11CK-225X NCB11CK-225X NCB31HK-103X QETN1HM-106Z QETN1HM-106Z NCB11CK-225X NCB11CK-225X QETN1HM-106Z NCB11CK-225X NCB11CK-225X NCB21CK-105X NCB21CK-105X NCB21CK-105X NCB21CK-105X NCB21CK-105X NCB21CK-105X QENC1AM-336Z NDC31HJ-151X NDC31HJ-121X NDC31HJ-150X NCF11CZ-475X NCF31CZ-104X NCB31AK-334X NDC31HJ-151X NDC31HJ-121X NDC31HJ-150X NCF11CZ-475X NCF31CZ-104X NCF31CZ-104X QETN1CM-107Z NCF31CZ-104X NCF31CZ-104X QENC1HM-475Z NCF31CZ-104X NCB31HK-103X Part Name E CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR BP E CAPACITOR BP E CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR BP E CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR BP E CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR BP E CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR Description 1000uF 6.3V M 1000uF 35V M 1000uF 10V M 1000uF 6.01uF 50V K 47uF 16V M 0.YA029)3-15 .1uF 16V Z 0.1uF 16V K 22uF 50V M 27pF 50V J 4.1uF 16V Z 0.2uF 16V K 47uF 25V M 1uF 16V K 10uF 50V M 47uF 25V M 1000uF 35V M 1200uF 16V M 1000uF 35V M 1200uF 10V M 0.2uF 16V K 1uF 16V K 1uF 16V K 1uF 16V K 1uF 16V K 1uF 16V K 1uF 16V K 33uF 10V M 150pF 50V J 120pF 50V J 15pF 50V J 4.01uF 50V K Local Ref No.7uF 16V Z 0.1uF 16V Z 10uF 16V M 0.Ref No.1uF 16V Z 1uF 50V M 0.2uF 16V K 2.01uF 50V K 0.7uF 50V M 0.1uF 16V Z 0.1uF 16V K 470uF 16V M 470uF 16V M 1000uF 6.01uF 50V K 47uF 16V M 0.01uF 50V K 0.2uF 16V K 2.1uF 16V Z 0.2uF 16V K 2.1uF 16V Z 4.7uF 50V M 10uF 16V M 47uF 25V M 0.1uF 16V Z 1uF 50V M 0.1uF 16V Z 1uF 50V M 0.01uF 50V K 0Ω 1/16W J 0Ω 1/16W J 4. C3020 C3021 C3022 C3023 C3024 C3025 C3026 C3027 C3028 C3029 C3030 C3031 C3032 C3033 C3034 C3035 C3036 C3037 C3038 C3039 C3041 C3042 C3044 C3045 C3046 C3047 C3048 C3049 C3050 C3051 C3052 C3053 C3054 C3055 C3056 C3057 C3058 C3059 C3060 C3061 C3062 C3063 C3064 C3065 C3066 C3067 C3068 C3069 C3070 C3071 C3072 C3073 C3077 C3078 C3079 C3080 C3082 C3086 C3088 C3089 C3090 C3099 C3100 C3501 C3502 C3503 C3504 C3506 C3507 C3508 C3509 C3510 C3512 C3513 C3514 C3515 C3516 C3518 C3519 C3520 C3521 R0511 R0606 R0705 R0706 R0707 Part No.1uF 16V Z 100uF 16V M 0.7uF 16V Z 0.01uF 50V K 0.

6kΩ 1/16W J 5.2kΩ 1/16W D 10kΩ 1/16W D 1.6kΩ 1/16W J 0Ω 1/16W J 100Ω 1/16W J 100Ω 1/16W J 0Ω 1/16W J 75Ω 1/16W J 75Ω 1/16W J 100Ω 1/16W J 470Ω 1/16W J 0Ω 1/16W J 0Ω 1/16W J 0Ω 1/16W J 100Ω 1/16W J 470Ω 1/16W J 0Ω 1/16W J 0Ω 1/16W J 0Ω 1/16W J 100Ω 1/16W J 470Ω 1/16W J 0Ω 1/16W J 0Ω 1/16W J 0Ω 1/16W J 0Ω 1/16W J 0Ω 1/16W J 1kΩ 1/16W J 0Ω 1/16W J 6.8kΩ 1/16W J 220Ω 1/16W J 0Ω 1/16W J 220kΩ 1/16W J 220kΩ 1/16W J 100kΩ 1/16W J Local Ref No. R1615 R1616 R1619 R1702 R1703 R1801 R1891 R1892 R1894 R1895 R1896 R1897 R1942 R1943 R1945 R1946 R1949 R1950 R1952 R1953 R1954 R1957 R1958 R1959 R1961 R1962 R1963 R1964 R1965 R1966 R1967 R1968 R1969 R1981 R1982 R1983 R1984 R1985 R1986 R1991 R1992 R2102 R2103 R2104 R2105 R2106 R2107 R2108 R2122 R2123 R2125 R2126 R2127 R2144 R2145 R2146 R2301 R2303 R2304 R2305 R2306 R2307 R2308 R2309 R2310 R2321 R2323 R2324 R2325 R2326 R2327 R2328 R2329 R2330 R2341 R2343 R2344 R2346 R2347 R2349 R2350 R2463 R2464 R2465 R3001 R3002 R3003 Part No.2kΩ 1/16W J 1.2kΩ 1/16W J 330Ω 1/16W J 100Ω 1/16W J 100Ω 1/16W J 10kΩ 1/16W J 2.8kΩ 1/16W J 6.8kΩ 1/16W J 75Ω 1/16W J 75Ω 1/16W J 75Ω 1/16W J 220kΩ 1/16W J 220kΩ 1/16W J 0Ω 1/16W J 0Ω 1/16W J 75Ω 1/16W J 75Ω 1/16W J 75Ω 1/16W J 220kΩ 1/16W J 220kΩ 1/16W J 75Ω 1/16W J 220kΩ 1/16W J 220kΩ 1/16W J 0Ω 1/16W J 0Ω 1/16W J 0Ω 1/16W J 75Ω 1/16W J 0Ω 1/16W J 0Ω 1/16W J 75Ω 1/16W J 0Ω 1/16W J 0Ω 1/16W J 0Ω 1/16W J 0Ω 1/16W J 0Ω 1/16W J 75Ω 1/16W J 0Ω 1/16W J 0Ω 1/16W J 75Ω 1/16W J 0Ω 1/16W J 0Ω 1/16W J 0Ω 1/16W J 0Ω 1/16W J 0Ω 1/16W J 0Ω 1/16W J 0Ω 1/16W J 0Ω 1/16W J 0Ω 1/16W J 0Ω 1/16W J 0Ω 1/16W J 0Ω 1/16W J 12kΩ 1/16W J 33kΩ 1/16W J 100Ω 1/16W J Local 3-16(No. R1097 R1121 R1125 R1127 R1128 R1132 R1136 R1202 R1203 R1213 R1214 R1218 R1219 R1220 R1221 R1226 R1228 R1229 R1230 R1231 R1232 R1234 R1236 R1240 R1301 R1302 R1303 R1337 R1347 R1372 R1374 R1375 R1376 R1377 R1382 R1384 R1385 R1386 R1387 R1392 R1394 R1395 R1396 R1397 R1407 R1409 R1514 R1515 R1516 R1517 R1518 R1519 R1520 R1521 R1522 R1523 R1524 R1525 R1526 R1527 R1528 R1529 R1530 R1533 R1534 R1535 R1536 R1537 R1538 R1539 R1548 R1550 R1551 R1552 R1553 R1554 R1560 R1562 R1563 R1571 R1577 R1578 R1579 R1582 R1598 R1599 R1614 Part No.8kΩ 1/16W J 220Ω 1/16W J 1kΩ 1/16W J 220Ω 1/16W J 6.3kΩ 1/16W D 1.YA029) .6kΩ 1/16W J 1.2kΩ 1/16W J 330Ω 1/16W J 220kΩ 1/16W J 0Ω 1/16W J 6. NRSA63J-563X NRSA63J-153X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-101X NRSA63J-101X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-221X NRSA63J-221X NRSA63J-221X NRSA63J-221X NRSA63J-563X NRSA63J-563X NRSA63D-122X NRSA63D-123X NRSA63D-122X NRSA63D-103X NRSA63D-122X NRSA63J-822X NRSA63J-331X NRSA63J-224X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63D-682X NRSA63D-332X NRSA63D-182X NRSA63J-102X NRSA63J-562X NRSA63J-182X NRSA63J-223X NRSA63J-102X NRSA63J-822X NRSA63J-122X NRSA63J-102X NRSA63J-102X QRK126J-181X NRSA63D-222X NRSA63D-222X NRSA63J-183X NRSA63J-0R0X QRK126J-331X NRSA63J-471X NRSA63J-182X NRSA63J-750X NRSA63J-750X NRSA63J-750X NRSA63J-224X NRSA63J-224X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-750X NRSA63J-750X NRSA63J-750X NRSA63J-224X NRSA63J-224X NRSA63J-750X NRSA63J-224X NRSA63J-224X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-750X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-750X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-750X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-750X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-123X NRSA63J-333X NRSA63J-101X Part Name MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR UNF C RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR UNF C RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR Description 56kΩ 1/16W J 15kΩ 1/16W J 0Ω 1/16W J 100Ω 1/16W J 100Ω 1/16W J 0Ω 1/16W J 220Ω 1/16W J 220Ω 1/16W J 220Ω 1/16W J 220Ω 1/16W J 56kΩ 1/16W J 56kΩ 1/16W J 1.8kΩ 1/16W D 1kΩ 1/16W J 5. NRSA63J-102X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-101X NRSA63J-101X NRSA63J-101X NRSA63J-101X NRSA63J-822X NRSA63J-331X NRSA63J-101X NRSA63J-101X NRSA63J-103X NRSA63J-222X NRSA63J-332X NRSA63J-101X NRSA63J-221X NRSA63J-562X NRSA63J-562X NRSA63J-562X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-101X NRSA63J-101X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-750X NRSA63J-750X NRSA63J-101X NRSA63J-471X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-101X NRSA63J-471X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-101X NRSA63J-471X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-102X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-682X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-682X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-221X NRSA63J-221X NRSA63J-221X NRSA63J-682X NRSA63J-221X NRSA63J-682X NRSA63J-682X NRSA63J-221X NRSA63J-682X NRSA63J-221X NRSA63J-102X NRSA63J-221X NRSA63J-682X NRSA63J-221X NRSA63J-682X NRSA63J-221X NRSA63J-221X NRSA63J-682X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-102X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-102X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-101X NRSA63J-102X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-221X NRSA63J-682X NRSA63J-221X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-224X NRSA63J-224X NRSA63J-104X Part Name MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR Description 1kΩ 1/16W J 0Ω 1/16W J 0Ω 1/16W J 0Ω 1/16W J 0Ω 1/16W J 0Ω 1/16W J 0Ω 1/16W J 100Ω 1/16W J 100Ω 1/16W J 100Ω 1/16W J 100Ω 1/16W J 8.2kΩ 1/16W D 18kΩ 1/16W J 0Ω 1/16W J 330Ω 1/2W J 470Ω 1/16W J 1.Ref No.8kΩ 1/16W J 0Ω 1/16W J 6.2kΩ 1/16W J 3.8kΩ 1/16W J 220Ω 1/16W J 6.8kΩ 1/16W D 3.2kΩ 1/16W J 1kΩ 1/16W J 1kΩ 1/16W J 180Ω 1/2W J 2.3kΩ 1/16W J 100Ω 1/16W J 220Ω 1/16W J 5.2kΩ 1/16W D 8.8kΩ 1/16W J 220Ω 1/16W J 6.8kΩ 1/16W J 22kΩ 1/16W J 1kΩ 1/16W J 8.6kΩ 1/16W J 5.8kΩ 1/16W J 0Ω 1/16W J 1kΩ 1/16W J 0Ω 1/16W J 1kΩ 1/16W J 0Ω 1/16W J 0Ω 1/16W J 100Ω 1/16W J 1kΩ 1/16W J 0Ω 1/16W J 0Ω 1/16W J 220Ω 1/16W J 6.2kΩ 1/16W D 2.8kΩ 1/16W J 220Ω 1/16W J 6.8kΩ 1/16W J 0Ω 1/16W J 220Ω 1/16W J 220Ω 1/16W J 220Ω 1/16W J 6.2kΩ 1/16W D 12kΩ 1/16W D 1.8kΩ 1/16W J 220Ω 1/16W J 220Ω 1/16W J 6.

2kΩ 1/16W J 68Ω 1/16W J 22kΩ 1/16W J 22kΩ 1/16W J 0Ω 1/16W J 22kΩ 1/16W J 22kΩ 1/16W J 22kΩ 1/16W J 22kΩ 1/16W J 10kΩ 1/16W J x4 10kΩ 1/16W J x4 10kΩ 1/16W J x4 10kΩ 1/16W J x4 Local 10uH K 0Ω 1/4W J 0Ω 1/4W J 10uH K 10uH K 33uH K 33uH K 22uH K 22uH K 10uH K 22uH K 0Ω 1/4W J 0Ω 1/4W J 0Ω 1/4W J 10uH K 0Ω 1/4W J 6.5 JACK PIN JACK S JACK PIN JACK MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR C RESISTOR C RESISTOR MG RESISTOR EMI FILTER EMI FILTER EMI FILTER EMI FILTER EMI FILTER EMI FILTER Description 2.5kΩ 1/16W J 1kΩ 1/16W J 0Ω 1/16W J 1kΩ 1/16W D 1.5kΩ 1/16W J 0Ω 1/16W J 12kΩ 1/16W J 33kΩ 1/16W J 100Ω 1/16W J 3.8uH K 6. NRSA63J-332X NRSA63J-181X NRSA63J-152X NRSA63J-102X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63D-102X NRSA63J-152X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-123X NRSA63J-333X NRSA63J-101X NRSA63J-332X NRSA63J-181X NRSA63J-152X NRSA63J-102X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63D-102X NRSA63J-152X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-473X NRSA63J-223X NRSA63J-223X NRSA63J-223X NRSA63J-471X NRSA63J-471X NRSA63J-471X NRSA63J-471X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-101X NRSA63J-101X NRSA63J-103X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-101X NRSA63J-221X NRSA63J-331X NRSA63J-104X NRSA63J-563X NRSA63J-123X NRSA63J-331X NRSA63J-123X NRSA63J-103X NRSA63J-682X NRSA02J-0R0X NRSA02J-0R0X NRSA63J-102X NRSA63J-102X NRSA63J-182X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-101X NRSA63J-101X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-101X NRSA63J-182X NRSA63J-181X NRSA63J-103X NRSA63J-101X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-222X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-680X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-101X NRSA63J-182X NRSA63J-181X NRSA63J-103X NRSA63J-101X Part Name MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR Description 3.2kΩ 1/16W J 68Ω 1/16W J 0Ω 1/16W J 100Ω 1/16W J 1.8uH K 6.8kΩ 1/16W J 180Ω 1/16W J 10kΩ 1/16W J 100Ω 1/16W J 2.8uH K 0Ω 1/10W J 0Ω 1/10W J 0Ω 1/10W J 0Ω 1/10W J 6. R3004 R3005 R3006 R3007 R3008 R3009 R3010 R3011 R3012 R3013 R3014 R3015 R3016 R3017 R3018 R3019 R3020 R3021 R3022 R3023 R3024 R3025 R3026 R3027 R3028 R3029 R3030 R3031 R3032 R3033 R3035 R3036 R3037 R3039 R3040 R3042 R3043 R3044 R3045 R3047 R3048 R3049 R3050 R3051 R3052 R3053 R3054 R3055 R3056 R3057 R3058 R3059 R3060 R3061 R3062 R3063 R3064 R3065 R3066 R3071 R3072 R3073 R3074 R3075 R3076 R3077 R3078 R3079 R3080 R3081 R3082 R3501 R3502 R3503 R3504 R3505 R3507 R3508 R3509 R3511 R3516 R3517 R3518 R3519 R3520 R3521 R3523 Part No.3kΩ 1/16W J 180Ω 1/16W J 1.8uH K B-B (1-16) B-B (1-16) (1-120) B-B (1-15) B-B (1-35) W-B (1-4) W-B (1-6) FFC/FPC (1-13) FFC/FPC (1-13) AV COMPULINK III V/L/R IN S IN COMPONENT IN 0Ω 1/16W J 0Ω 1/16W J 0Ω 1/16W J 0Ω 1/16W J 0Ω 1/16W J 0Ω 1/4W J 0Ω 1/4W J 0Ω 1/10W J 22pF 50V +50%-20% 22pF 50V +50%-20% 100pF 50V +50%-20% 22pF 50V +50%-20% 100pF 50V +50%-20% (No.8kΩ 1/16W J 180Ω 1/16W J 10kΩ 1/16W J 100Ω 1/16W J Local Ref No.8kΩ 1/16W J 0Ω 1/16W J 0Ω 1/16W J 0Ω 1/16W J 0Ω 1/16W J 100Ω 1/16W J 100Ω 1/16W J 0Ω 1/16W J 0Ω 1/16W J 0Ω 1/16W J 0Ω 1/16W J 0Ω 1/16W J 0Ω 1/16W J 0Ω 1/16W J 0Ω 1/16W J 0Ω 1/16W J 0Ω 1/16W J 0Ω 1/16W J 0Ω 1/16W J 0Ω 1/16W J 100Ω 1/16W J 1.8kΩ 1/16W J 180Ω 1/16W J 10kΩ 1/16W J 100Ω 1/16W J 0Ω 1/16W J 2.8kΩ 1/16W J 0Ω 1/10W J 0Ω 1/10W J 1kΩ 1/16W J 1kΩ 1/16W J 1. NRSA63J-222X NRSA63J-680X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-101X NRSA63J-182X NRSA63J-181X NRSA63J-103X NRSA63J-101X NRSA63J-222X NRSA63J-680X NRSA63J-223X NRSA63J-223X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-223X NRSA63J-223X NRSA63J-223X NRSA63J-223X NRZ0040-103X NRZ0040-103X NRZ0040-103X NRZ0040-103X NQR0413-003X NQR0413-003X QQL244K-100Z QRN143J-0R0X QRN143J-0R0X QQL244K-100Z QQL26AK-100Z QQR1401-001 QQR1401-001 QQL26AK-330Z QQL26AK-330Z QQL26AK-220Z QQL26AK-220Z QQR1401-001 QQL26AK-100Z QQL26AK-220Z QRN143J-0R0X QRN143J-0R0X QRN143J-0R0X QQL26AK-100Z QRN143J-0R0X NQL092K-6R8X NQL092K-6R8X NQR0413-003X NRSA02J-0R0X NRSA02J-0R0X NRSA02J-0R0X NRSA02J-0R0X NQL092K-6R8X NQL092K-6R8X NQL092K-6R8X QGB1508L1-16 QGB1508L1-16 QGC2508C1-C0 QGB1505J1-15 QGB1505J1-35 QGA2501C5-04Z QGA2501F1-06 QJK002-043414 QGF1201C2-13 QGF1201C2-13 WJP0053-003A QJP001-033001 QJK002-044034 QJK002-054230 CEHT11B-002QS QNS0001-001 QNN0521-001 QND0104-001 QNN0535-001 NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-0R0X QRN143J-0R0X QRN143J-0R0X NRSA02J-0R0X NQR0470-001X NQR0470-001X NQR0483-005X NQR0470-003X NQR0470-001X NQR0470-003X Part Name MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR NET RESISTOR NET RESISTOR NET RESISTOR NET RESISTOR FERRITE BEADS FERRITE BEADS COIL C RESISTOR C RESISTOR COIL COIL CHOKE COIL CHOKE COIL COIL COIL COIL COIL CHOKE COIL COIL COIL C RESISTOR C RESISTOR C RESISTOR COIL C RESISTOR P COIL P COIL FERRITE BEADS MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR P COIL P COIL P COIL CONNECTOR CONNECTOR CONNECTOR CONNECTOR CONNECTOR CONNECTOR CONNECTOR SIN CR C-B WIRE CONNECTOR CONNECTOR E-SH C WIRE C-B SHI CR C-B WIRE SIN CR C-B WIRE SIN CR C-B WIRE HEAT SINK 3.5kΩ 1/16W J 1kΩ 1/16W J 0Ω 1/16W J 1kΩ 1/16W D 1. R3525 R3532 R3533 R3534 R3535 R3536 R3537 R3539 R3541 R3548 R3549 R3550 R3551 R3552 R3553 R3554 R3555 RA3001 RA3002 RA3003 RA3004 L0501 L0502 L1211 L1301 L1302 L1401 L1402 L1941 L1942 L1943 L1944 L1945 L1946 L1947 L1948 L1949 L1950 L1951 L1952 L1953 L1983 L3001 L3002 L3003 L3004 L3005 L3006 L3007 L3501 L3502 L3503 CN1001 CN1002 CN1004 CN1005 CN1006 CN100A CN100C CN100F CN100G CN100H CN100Q CN10AU CN10DC CN10SR H1511 J1091 J2101 J2111 J2121 K1301 K1303 K1305 K1306 K1307 K1943 K1944 K3001 LC3001 LC3002 LC3003 LC3004 LC3005 LC3006 Part No.Ref No.3kΩ 1/16W J 180Ω 1/16W J 1.8uH K 6.5kΩ 1/16W J 0Ω 1/16W J 47kΩ 1/16W J 22kΩ 1/16W J 22kΩ 1/16W J 22kΩ 1/16W J 470Ω 1/16W J 470Ω 1/16W J 470Ω 1/16W J 470Ω 1/16W J 0Ω 1/16W J 0Ω 1/16W J 0Ω 1/16W J 0Ω 1/16W J 0Ω 1/16W J 0Ω 1/16W J 100Ω 1/16W J 100Ω 1/16W J 10kΩ 1/16W J 0Ω 1/16W J 0Ω 1/16W J 100Ω 1/16W J 220Ω 1/16W J 330Ω 1/16W J 100kΩ 1/16W J 56kΩ 1/16W J 12kΩ 1/16W J 330Ω 1/16W J 12kΩ 1/16W J 10kΩ 1/16W J 6.2kΩ 1/16W J 0Ω 1/16W J 68Ω 1/16W J 0Ω 1/16W J 100Ω 1/16W J 1.YA029)3-17 .

Ref No. LC3007 LC3008 LC3501 LC3502 LC3503 SL1211 X3001

Part No. NQR0470-001X NQR0470-001X NQR0470-003X NQR0470-003X NQR0470-003X CSB503F30 NAX0570-001X

Part Name EMI FILTER EMI FILTER EMI FILTER EMI FILTER EMI FILTER C RESONATOR CRYSTAL

Description 22pF 50V +50%-20% 22pF 50V +50%-20% 100pF 50V +50%-20% 100pF 50V +50%-20% 100pF 50V +50%-20% 27.000MHz

Local

Ref No.

Part No.

Part Name

Description

Local

DIST RELAY PW BOARD ASS’Y (LCA10210-01E) (SSB-7065A)
Ref No. CN7007 OT0001 Part No. QGC2508C1-C0 LC32097-001A Part Name CONNECTOR SHIELD FRAME Description Local (1-120)

RECEIVER POWER PW BOARD ASS’Y (LCA90180-01B) (SSB-9385A)
Ref No. IC9231 IC9321 IC9341 Q9361 Q9362 D9111 D9211 D9311 D9312 D9321 D9322 D9323 D9324 D9325 D9326 D9327 D9328 D9329 D9341 D9342 D9343 D9344 D9351 D9352 D9363 C9001 C9002 C9004 C9006 C9211 C9212 C9213 C9214 C9221 C9222 C9231 C9232 C9298 C9301 C9302 C9303 C9304 C9311 C9321 C9322 C9324 C9325 C9326 C9327 C9328 C9329 C9342 C9343 C9345 C9346 C9347 C9351 C9352 C9398 Part No. PQ05RF11 STR-G6624/F8 SE015N-LF12 2SC3928A/QR/-X 2SC3928A/QR/-X MA3047/H/-X S1WB/A/60-4101 D2SBA60 EU2-T3 EG1A-T3 AU01Z-T2 AU01Z-T2 MA111-X MA111-X RD5.1E/B2/-T2 MA700A-T2 RD30E/B2/-T2 AU01Z-T2 EU2-T3 FMX-G12S EU2-T3 RD33E/B1/-T2 MA111-X MA8030/H/-X MA111-X QFZ9075-224 QFZ9075-224 QCZ9079-471 QCZ9079-471 QCZ9054-472 QCZ9054-472 QCZ9054-472 QETM2EM-475 QTMN1CM-477Z QEHR1AM-337Z QEHR1CM-107Z QEHR1CM-107Z QCZ9079-102 QCZ9082-102Z QCZ9082-102Z QCZ9082-102Z QCZ9082-102Z QEZ0169-337 QFP32GJ-103Z QCZ0354-471Z QFLC1HJ-182Z QCS31HJ-331Z QEHR1VM-107Z QFLC1HJ-681Z QFV71HJ-104Z QCZ0131-222 QEHR2AM-106Z QEHR1HM-105Z QEHR1EM-107Z QEHR1EM-477Z QEHR1EM-477Z QECQ1EM-228 QEHR1HM-105Z QCZ9079-102 Part Name IC IC IC TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR Z DIODE BRIDGE DIODE BRIDGE DIODE SI DIODE SI DIODE FR DIODE FR DIODE SI DIODE SI DIODE Z DIODE SB DIODE Z DIODE FR DIODE SI DIODE SI DIODE SI DIODE Z DIODE SI DIODE Z DIODE SI DIODE MPP CAPACITOR MPP CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR PP CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR M CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR M CAPACITOR MF CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR Description Local

R9002 R9111 R9112 R9113 R9211 R9221 R9222 R9301 R9321 R9322 R9323 R9325 R9326 R9327 R9328 R9329 R9330 R9331 R9332 R9333 R9342 R9343 R9344 R9345 R9346 R9347 R9348 R9349 R9350 R9365 R9366 R9399 L9211 L9341 L9342 T9211 T9921 CN9001 CN9002 CN900F CN90E2 CN90PW CP9341 CP9342 CP9343 CP9344 F9001 F9211 F9311 H9321 H9341 K9321 K9322 K9323 K9324 K9341 K9343 K9344 LF9001 LF9002 PC9111 PC9341 RY9301 SG9001 VA9001 VA9002

QRK129J-105 QRE121J-473Y QRE121J-473Y NRSA63J-103X QRF054K-3R3 QRT01EJ-1R0X QRT01EJ-R82X QRF074K-1R2 QRL03EJ-563X QRL03EJ-563X QRE121J-470Y QRE121J-152Y QRE121J-152Y QRK126J-332X QRL01EJ-153X QRX01GJ-R47 QRX01GJ-R47 QRK126J-681X QRE121J-150Y QRE121J-684Y QRE121J-152Y QRE121J-182Y QRE121J-102Y QRE121J-152Y NRSA63J-153X NRSA63J-103X NRSA63J-332X NRSA63J-223X NRSA63J-332X NRSA63J-472X NRSA63J-473X QRZ9046-685Z QQL26AM-4R7Z QQL26AK-220Z QQLZ026-260 QAL0425-001 QQS0191-001 QGB1508M1-16 QGB1508M1-16 QGA2501C5-04Z QUB130-08FPKT QGA7901C1-02 ICP-N50-Y ICP-N70-T ICP-N50-Y ICP-N70-T QMF51U1-2R0-J8 QMFZ049-2R0-E QMFZ049-2R0-E LC31214-001A CM46960-00D QQR0621-002Z QQR0621-002Z QQR0621-002Z QQR0621-002Z QQR0621-002Z QQR0621-002Z QQR0621-002Z QQR1084-002 QQR1084-002 PC123Y22 PC123Y22 QSK0119-001 QAF0046-242Z ERZV10V621CS QAF0027-271

UNF C RESISTOR C RESISTOR C RESISTOR MG RESISTOR UNF WW RESISTOR MF RESISTOR MF RESISTOR UNF WW RESISTOR OMF RESISTOR OMF RESISTOR C RESISTOR C RESISTOR C RESISTOR UNF C RESISTOR OMF RESISTOR MF RESISTOR MF RESISTOR UNF C RESISTOR C RESISTOR C RESISTOR C RESISTOR C RESISTOR C RESISTOR C RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR C RESISTOR COIL COIL COIL POWER TRANSF SW TRANSF CONNECTOR CONNECTOR CONNECTOR SIN TWIST WIRE CONNECTOR IC PROTECTOR IC PROTECTOR IC PROTECTOR IC PROTECTOR FUSE FUSE FUSE HEAT SINK/FE-P/ HEAT SINK ASSY FERRITE BEADS FERRITE BEADS FERRITE BEADS FERRITE BEADS FERRITE BEADS FERRITE BEADS FERRITE BEADS LINE FILTER LINE FILTER PHOTO COUPLER PHOTO COUPLER RELAY SURGE ABSORBER ZNR VARISTOR

1MΩ 1/2W J 47kΩ 1/2W J 47kΩ 1/2W J 10kΩ 1/16W J 3.3Ω 5W K 1Ω 1W J 0.82Ω 1W J 1.2Ω 7W K 56kΩ 3W J 56kΩ 3W J 47Ω 1/2W J 1.5kΩ 1/2W J 1.5kΩ 1/2W J 3.3kΩ 1/2W J 15kΩ 1W J 0.47Ω 1W J 0.47Ω 1W J 680Ω 1/2W J 15Ω 1/2W J 680kΩ 1/2W J 1.5kΩ 1/2W J 1.8kΩ 1/2W J 1kΩ 1/2W J 1.5kΩ 1/2W J 15kΩ 1/16W J 10kΩ 1/16W J 3.3kΩ 1/16W J 22kΩ 1/16W J 3.3kΩ 1/16W J 4.7kΩ 1/16W J 47kΩ 1/16W J 6.8MΩ 1/2W K 4.7uH M 22uH K 26uH ±7%

B-B (1-16) B-B (1-16) W-B (1-4) W-B (1-2) 2.0A 2.5A 2.0A 2.5A 2A AC125V 2A 125V 2A 125V

0.22uF AC275V M 0.22uF AC275V M 470pF AC250V K 470pF AC250V K 4700pF AC250V Z 4700pF AC250V Z 4700pF AC250V Z 4.7uF 250V M 470uF 16V M 330uF 10V M 100uF 16V M 100uF 16V M 1000pF AC250V M 1000pF AC250V M 1000pF AC250V M 1000pF AC250V M 1000pF AC250V M 330uF 0.01uF 400V J 470pF 2kV K 1800pF 50V J 330pF 50V J 100uF 35V M 680pF 50V J 0.1uF 50V J 2200pF 2kV K 10uF 100V M 1uF 50V M 100uF 25V M 470uF 25V M 470uF 25V M 2200uF 25V M 1uF 50V M 1000pF AC250V M

2400V M 270V

FRONT CONTROL PW BOARD ASS’Y (LCA90178-02A) (SSB-0L097A)
Ref No. Q1701 Q1702 D1402 D1403 D1404 D1405 D1406 D1702 Part No. 2SC3928A/QR/-X 2SC3928A/QR/-X MA8100/M/-X MA8100/M/-X MA8100/M/-X MA8100/M/-X MA8100/M/-X SLR-342MG3F Part Name TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR Z DIODE Z DIODE Z DIODE Z DIODE Z DIODE LED Description Local

POWER

3-18(No.YA029)

Ref No. C1442 C1443 C1444 C1445 C1446 R1401 R1402 R1403 R1404 R1405 R1411 R1412 R1413 R1414 R1415 R1416 R1417 R1418 R1419 R1420 R1701 R1702 R1703 R1704 R1705 CN100G CN100H J1401

Part No. QETN1HM-105Z QETN1HM-105Z QETN1HM-106Z QETN1HM-106Z NCB31HK-103X NRSA63J-750X NRSA63J-224X NRSA63J-224X NRSA63J-750X NRSA63J-750X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-182X NRSA63J-103X NRSA63J-102X NRSA63J-331X NRSA63J-102X QGF1201C2-13 QGF1201C2-13 QNZ0438-001

Part Name E CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR CONNECTOR CONNECTOR AV JACK

Description 1uF 50V M 1uF 50V M 10uF 50V M 10uF 50V M 0.01uF 50V K 75Ω 1/16W J 220kΩ 1/16W J 220kΩ 1/16W J 75Ω 1/16W J 75Ω 1/16W J 0Ω 1/16W J 0Ω 1/16W J 0Ω 1/16W J 0Ω 1/16W J 0Ω 1/16W J 0Ω 1/16W J 0Ω 1/16W J 0Ω 1/16W J 0Ω 1/16W J 0Ω 1/16W J 1.8kΩ 1/16W J 10kΩ 1/16W J 1kΩ 1/16W J 330Ω 1/16W J 1kΩ 1/16W J FFC/FPC (1-13) FFC/FPC (1-13) S/V/L/R IN

Local

Ref No. C0221 C0222 C0223 C0224 C0225 C0226 C0227 C0228 C0230 C0231 C0501 C0502 C0503 C0504 C0531 C0532 C0533 C0534 C0535 C0536 C0537 C0561 C0562 C0563 C0701 C0702 C0703 C0704 R0102 R0103 R0104 R0105 R0106 R0107 R0109 R0110 R0111 R0117 R0118 R0201 R0202 R0203 R0204 R0205 R0206 R0207 R0211 R0213 R0214 R0217 R0218 R0501 R0502 R0503 R0504 R0505 R0506 R0507 R0508 R0531 R0532 R0533 R0534 R0535 R0536 R0537 R0538 R0539 R0540 R0541 R0542 R0543 R0544 R0561 R0562 R0563 R0564 R0565 R0566 R0567 R0568 R0569 R0570 R0573 R0574 R0575

Part No. QENC1HM-475Z QENC1HM-475Z NCF31CZ-104X NCB31HK-223X NCB31HK-472X QENC1HM-475Z NCB31EK-104X NCB31HK-472X QENC1HM-105Z QENC1HM-105Z QETN1CM-106Z QETN1EM-476Z QENC1HM-105Z QENC1HM-105Z QETN1HM-106Z NCB31CK-683X QETN1EM-476Z NCB31HK-183X QETN1EM-476Z QENC1HM-106Z QENC1HM-106Z QETN1HM-105Z QETN1HM-105Z QETN1EM-476Z QETN1EM-476Z NCF31CZ-104X NDC31HJ-820X NDC31HJ-820X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-473X NRSA63J-221X NRSA63J-221X NRSA63J-103X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-103X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-103X NRSA63J-273X NRSA63J-221X NRSA63J-221X NRSA63J-105X NRSA63J-104X NRSA63J-123X NRSA63J-682X NRSA63F-623X NRSA63J-332X NRSA63J-302X NRSA63J-392X NRSA63J-221X NRSA63J-221X NRSA63J-472X NRSA63J-472X NRSA63J-153X NRSA63J-153X NRSA63J-123X NRSA63J-103X NRSA63J-123X NRSA63J-103X NRSA63J-221X NRSA63J-823X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-392X NRSA63J-332X NRSA63J-103X NRSA63J-153X NRSA63J-103X NRSA63J-103X NRSA63J-472X NRSA63J-472X NRSA63J-103X NRSA63J-103X NRSA63J-103X NRSA63J-221X NRSA63J-221X NRSA63J-823X NRSA63J-823X NRSA63J-152X NRSA63J-152X NRSA63J-103X NRSA63J-332X NRSA63J-103X NRSA63J-332X NRSA63J-223X NRSA63J-682X NRSA63J-562X

Part Name BP E CAPACITOR BP E CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR BP E CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR BP E CAPACITOR BP E CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR BP E CAPACITOR BP E CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR BP E CAPACITOR BP E CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR

Description 4.7uF 50V M 4.7uF 50V M 0.1uF 16V Z 0.022uF 50V K 4700pF 50V K 4.7uF 50V M 0.1uF 25V K 4700pF 50V K 1uF 50V M 1uF 50V M 10uF 16V M 47uF 25V M 1uF 50V M 1uF 50V M 10uF 50V M 0.068uF 16V K 47uF 25V M 0.018uF 50V K 47uF 25V M 10uF 50V M 10uF 50V M 1uF 50V M 1uF 50V M 47uF 25V M 47uF 25V M 0.1uF 16V Z 82pF 50V J 82pF 50V J 0Ω 1/16W J 47kΩ 1/16W J 220Ω 1/16W J 220Ω 1/16W J 10kΩ 1/16W J 0Ω 1/16W J 10kΩ 1/16W J 0Ω 1/16W J 0Ω 1/16W J 10kΩ 1/16W J 27kΩ 1/16W J 220Ω 1/16W J 220Ω 1/16W J 1MΩ 1/16W J 100kΩ 1/16W J 12kΩ 1/16W J 6.8kΩ 1/16W J 62kΩ 1/16W F 3.3kΩ 1/16W J 3kΩ 1/16W J 3.9kΩ 1/16W J 220Ω 1/16W J 220Ω 1/16W J 4.7kΩ 1/16W J 4.7kΩ 1/16W J 15kΩ 1/16W J 15kΩ 1/16W J 12kΩ 1/16W J 10kΩ 1/16W J 12kΩ 1/16W J 10kΩ 1/16W J 220Ω 1/16W J 82kΩ 1/16W J 0Ω 1/16W J 3.9kΩ 1/16W J 3.3kΩ 1/16W J 10kΩ 1/16W J 15kΩ 1/16W J 10kΩ 1/16W J 10kΩ 1/16W J 4.7kΩ 1/16W J 4.7kΩ 1/16W J 10kΩ 1/16W J 10kΩ 1/16W J 10kΩ 1/16W J 220Ω 1/16W J 220Ω 1/16W J 82kΩ 1/16W J 82kΩ 1/16W J 1.5kΩ 1/16W J 1.5kΩ 1/16W J 10kΩ 1/16W J 3.3kΩ 1/16W J 10kΩ 1/16W J 3.3kΩ 1/16W J 22kΩ 1/16W J 6.8kΩ 1/16W J 5.6kΩ 1/16W J

Local

RECEIVER PW BOARD ASS’Y (LCA10306-02A) (SSB-0R385A)
Ref No. IC0201 IC0501 IC0531 IC0561 IC0701 Q0101 Q0102 Q0103 Q0531 Q0532 Q0561 Q0562 Q0563 Q0564 Q0565 Q0566 Q0701 D0203 D0204 D0531 D0561 D0562 D0563 D0701 C0104 C0105 C0201 C0202 C0203 C0204 C0205 C0206 C0207 C0208 C0209 C0210 C0211 C0212 C0213 C0214 C0215 C0216 C0217 C0218 C0219 C0220 Part No. CXA2134Q-X BA4558F-X BA4558F-X CD4066BE M62320FP-X 2SC3928A/QR/-X 2SA1530A/QR/-X 2SC3928A/QR/-X 2SC3928A/QR/-X 2SA1530A/QR/-X 2SA1530A/QR/-X 2SC3928A/QR/-X 2SA1530A/QR/-X 2SC3928A/QR/-X UN2212-X UN2212-X 2SC3928A/QR/-X MA8082/M/-X MA8082/M/-X MA8100/M/-X MA8100/M/-X MA8100/M/-X 1SS355-X 1SS355-X QETN1HM-106Z QETN1CM-477Z QENC1HM-475Z NCB31EK-104X QENC1HM-475Z NCB31HK-562X NCB31HK-123X QETN1HM-105Z QETN1HM-475Z QETN1HM-106Z QETN1HM-475Z QETN1CM-107Z QENC1HM-475Z QETN1HM-475Z QENC1HM-475Z NCB31HK-272X NCB31HK-473X QETN1HM-335Z QENC1HM-475Z QETN1HM-106Z QETN1HM-105Z NCF31CZ-104X Part Name IC IC IC IC IC TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR DIGI TRANSISTOR DIGI TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR Z DIODE Z DIODE Z DIODE Z DIODE Z DIODE SI DIODE SI DIODE E CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR BP E CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR BP E CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR BP E CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR BP E CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR BP E CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR E CAPACITOR C CAPACITOR 10uF 50V M 470uF 16V M 4.7uF 50V M 0.1uF 25V K 4.7uF 50V M 5600pF 50V K 0.012uF 50V K 1uF 50V M 4.7uF 50V M 10uF 50V M 4.7uF 50V M 100uF 16V M 4.7uF 50V M 4.7uF 50V M 4.7uF 50V M 2700pF 50V K 0.047uF 50V K 3.3uF 50V M 4.7uF 50V M 10uF 50V M 1uF 50V M 0.1uF 16V Z Description Local

(No.YA029)3-19

Ref No. R0577 R0579 R0580 R0701 R0702 R0704 R0708 R0709 R0711 R0712 L0102 CN0005 CN0006 CN00S4 J0501 TU0101

Part No. NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-0R0X NRSA63J-104X NRSA63J-101X NRSA63J-333X NRSA63J-332X NRSA63J-101X NRSA63J-101X NRSA63J-101X NRSA63J-101X QQL244K-100Z QGB1505K1-15 QGB1505K1-35 QGA2501F1-03 QNN0550-001 QAU0303-001

Part Name MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR MG RESISTOR COIL CONNECTOR CONNECTOR CONNECTOR PIN JACK TUNER

Description 0Ω 1/16W J 0Ω 1/16W J 100kΩ 1/16W J 100Ω 1/16W J 33kΩ 1/16W J 3.3kΩ 1/16W J 100Ω 1/16W J 100Ω 1/16W J 100Ω 1/16W J 100Ω 1/16W J 10uH K B-B (1-15) B-B (1-35) W-B (1-3) AUDIO OUT SUB

Local

MI-COM & DIST MODULE PW BOARD ASS’Y (LCA10303-03D) (SSB-0D097A)
Ref No. MD0001 Part No. LCA10303-03D Part Name Description Local

MI-COM & DIST MODULE PWB

DIGITAL INPUT MODULE PW BOARD ASS’Y (42WV74CP-S)
Ref No. MD0001 Part No. Part Name Description Local

42WV74CP-S

DIGITAL INPUT MODULE PWB

3-20(No.YA029)

YA029)3-21 . LC32143-013B LC11392-001A LC21225-001B PQM30021-105 QPA01203505 QMPE280-180-JW LC20989-001A-H Part Name PACKING CASE CUSHION ASSY SPACER POLY BAG POLY BAG POWER CORD(US/CA) CORNER LABEL Description Local 2pcs in 1set for REVIVER UNIT for POWER CORD 1.No.PACKING 5 6 3 2 4 2 1 7 FRONT 7 PACKING PARTS LIST  Ref. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Part No.8m BLACK 2pcs in 1set(x2)  (No.

HOW TO IDENTIFY MODELS “SBA” is added to the serial No. after at the Rating label. 2003/11) (No. please refer to the PD-42WV74/S model service manual (No. we have issued the SERVICE MANUAL for PD42WV74/SBA. OUTLINE Since the production place and packing method were changed. 2004/1).YA029B. LIMITED No. For details other than those described in this manual.YA029C 2004/1 .SERVICE MANUAL PDP COLOR TELEVISION 1 2004 YA029C PD-42WV74 /SBA Supplementary BASIC CHASSIS SB3 The following items for the PD-42WV74/SBA model were changed partly from PD-42WV74/S model. PD-42WV74 Indicated SBA COPYRIGHT © 2004 VICTOR COMPANY OF JAPAN.YA029. Therefore. this service manual describes only the items which differ from those of the PD-42WV74/S model service manual.

 Ref. all parts in PACKING PARTS LIST are described.B ASS'Y Name AUDIO PWB DISPLAY INTERFACE PWB TEMP SENSOR PWB LINE FILTER PWB DISPLAY LED PWB DISPLAY SWITCH PWB P.W.DIFFERENCE LIST USING P.B ASS'Y Name MAIN PWB DIST RELAY PWB RECEIVER POWER PWB FRONT CONTROL PWB RECEIVER PWB MI-COM & DIST MODULE PWB VM-42WV74/S LCA90177-05C(SSB-6097A) LCA10288-07E(SSB-7397A) LCA90146-01B(SSB-8381A) LCA90143-05B(SSB-9297A) LCA90175-03B(SSB-0L297A) LCA90148-02C(SSB-0L385A) TU-42WV74/S LCA10273-14F(SSB-1097A) LCA10210-01E(SSB-7065A) LCA90180-01B(SSB-9385A) LCA90178-02A(SSB-0L097A) LCA10306-02A(SSB-0R385A) LCA10303-03D(SSB-0D097A) VM-42WV74/SBA SSB-6097A-M2 SSB-7397A-M2 SSB-8381A-M2 SSB-9297A-M2 SSB0L297A-M2 SSB0L385A-M2 TU-42WV74/SBA SSB-1097A-M2 SSB-7065A-M2 SSB-9385A-M2 SSB0L097A-M2 SSB0R385A-M2 SSB0D097A-M2 DESCRIPTION Interchangeable Interchangeable Interchangeable Interchangeable Interchangeable Interchangeable DESCRIPTION Interchangeable Interchangeable Interchangeable Interchangeable Interchangeable Interchangeable PACKING PARTS LIST DISPLAY UNIT : VM-42WV74 and RECEIVER UNIT : TU-42WV74 are packed in one box while they used to be packed in separate boxes.W.8m BLACK 25cm x 35cm English French English/French SYSTEM CABLE (3m) 2pcs in 1set (X2) 2pcs in 1set 6pcs in 1set TOP BOTTOM DESCRIPTION 1-2 (No. LC21536-001A-A LC21528-001A-A CM36616-001-A LC11855-001A-A LC41035-005A LC41035-003A LC21527-001A-A LC32608-001A-A LC32612-001A-A LC41797-001A-A LC11392-002A-A LC41750-001A LCT1542-001A LC32613-001A-A QMPE280-180-JW QPA02503505P LCT1517-001B LCT1518-001B LCT1541-001A QAM0449-001 RM-C13G-1H QPA01203005 QQR1193-001 --PQM30021-105 PARTS NAME CARTON SLEEVE TOP/BOTTOM PAD CORNER LABEL CUSHION ASSY POLY BAG POLY BAG LAYER PAD SEPARATOR ACC BOX ACC DIVIDER CUSHION ASSY INST SHEET CAUTION SHEET ACC DIVIDER POWER CORD(US/CA) POLY BAG INST BOOK INST BOOK CAUTION BOOK PDP I/F CABLE REMOCON POLY BAG CORE FILTER BATTERY POLY BAG R6P/AA (X2) for REVIVER UNIT 12cm x 30cm (X2) 1. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 10 11 12 13 14 20    21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 PARTS No. Therefore.W. BOARD P. No.YA029C) .

PACKING 11 22 26 23 24 25 21 28 29 30 20 21 12 5 27 4 4 1 3 3 2 14 31 DISPLAY UNIT RECEIVER UNIT 12 4 7 8 TABLETOP STAND UNIT NOTE: Please refer to SERVICE MANUAL (No.YA029C)1-3 . 13 4 6 10 2 (No.YA029B. 2004/1) about TABLETOP STAND UNIT.

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SERVICE MANUAL
PDP COLOR TELEVISION
1 2004 YA029B

PD-42WV74/S
Supplementary

BASIC CHASSIS

SB3

TABLETOP STAND UNIT (RK-PD4T1) attached to PD-42WV74/S is described. we have issued the SERVICE MANUAL. For details other than those described in this manual, please refer to the PD-42WV74/S model service manual (No.YA029, 2003/11).

DIMENSIONS (UNIT : mm)
590

308

528

62

62

40

443

46

121

MASS : 10kg (22lbs)

61.9

COPYRIGHT © 2004 VICTOR COMPANY OF JAPAN, LIMITED

No.YA029B 2004/1

[TABLETOP STAND UINT : RK-PD4T1]
EXPLODED VIEW
FRONT

5 (x2)

3 6 4 (x6) 2 (x2) 1 (x2)

EXPLODED VIEW PARTS LIST
  Ref. No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 RD4010-1 RD4010-2 RD4010-4 RD4010-3 RD4010-5 RD4010-6 PARTS No. PARTS NAME STAND BASE ASSY STAND COVER SCREW SCREW ASSY SCREW CLAMP

QTY
1 2 4 6 2 1

DESCRIPTION

for STAND COVER, M3mm x 6mm for BASE ASSY, M5mm x 20mm for BASE ASSY, M5mm x 20mm for cable

1-2 (No.YA029B)

PACKING
10

5

9 STAND COVER

7 8

6

STAND BASE ASSY 3 2

4

1

11

PACKING PARTS LIST
  Ref. No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 RD4010-8 RD4010-9 RD4010-10 RD4010-11 RD4010-12 RD4010-13 RD4010-14 RD4010-15 RD4010-16 LC32519-001A PARTS No. RD4010-2-US PARTS NAME PACKING CASE CUSHION SEET CUSHION SEET CUSHION SEET CUSHION SEET POLY BAG POLY BAG POLY BAG POLY BAG INST SHEET CARTON LABEL QTY 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 1 1 1 Bottom (outer) Bottom (inner) Front Top for STAND BASE ASSY for STAND BASE ASSY for STAND COVER for SCREW, CLAMP DESCRIPTION

(No.YA029B)1-3

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2004/1) and PD-42WV74/SBA service manual (No. the contents of change are informed. In case you exchange panels.YA029D 2004/6 .YA029. "QLE0023-001". the parts number is not indicated on the PWB. please refer to the PD-42WV74/S service manual (No. HOW TO IDENTIFY PDP UNIT Three kinds of panels. 2003/11) (No.YA029C. "QLE0023-002". PANEL BASE LOGIC-MAIN PWB QLE0023-001 Aluminum Die-casting LJ92-00791A QLE0023-002 Aluminum Die-casting LJ92-00975A QLE0023-003 Aluminum board COPYRIGHT © 2004 Victor Company of Japan. For details other than those described in this manual. Therefore. NOTE: As for the LOGIC-MAIN PWB. PANEL PARTS No. please be sure to work after checking the parts number of a panel. this service manual describes only the information relevant to it. 2004/1).SERVICE MANUAL PDP COLOUR TELEVISION 03 2003 52090 PD-42WV74/S PD-42WV74/SBA Supplementary BASIC CHASSIS SB3 Since the exchange method of the printed circuit board in the PDP unit was changed.YA029B. Please distinguish the following figure by the difference among loading parts to reference. and "QLE0023-003" are used for this model. Limited No.

the fuse on the VIDEO SMPS PWB may blow and it may become the cause of secondary failure. when a voltage value between 1 pin and 4 pin is more than 50V. If it connects while the voltage value has been more than 50V. IN-1 (No.NOTES AT THE TIME OF REPAIR When the [IN-1] connector which has connected the SMPS PWB and the VIDEO SMPS PWB is removed. Please connect a connector after dropping on less than 50V.01730B) 2(No.YA029D) . please be sure to measure the voltage value between 1 pin and 4 pin of the [IN-1] connector on a SMPS PWB.

QLE0023-001 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 LJ44-00053A LJ92-00758A LJ92-00759A LJ92-00791A LJ92-00796A LJ92-00797A LJ92-00777A LJ92-00778A LJ92-00779A LJ44-00050A Parts No.PARTS LIST 3 10 1 2 5 6 7 4 8 9 PDP UNIT Ref No.YA029D)3 . Parts name QLE0023-002 LJ44-00053B QLE0023-003 LJ44-00069A LJ92-00943A LJ92-00944B LJ92-00975A SMPS PWB X-MAIN PWB Y-MAIN PWB LOGIC-MAIN PWB Y-BUFFER-U PWB Y-BUFFER-L PWB LJ92-00811A LJ92-00812A LJ92-00813A LJ44-00050B E-BUFFER PWB F-BUFFER PWB G-BUFFER PWB VIDEO SMPS PWB NO NO NO YES UP WARD only YES NO NO Compatibility (No.

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