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MTNC010414C1 B5

Service Manual
Color Television Main Manual (NA7D)

Panasonic Models Chassis
CT-32G6E CT-32G6CE CT-32G6UE AP364 AP364 AP364

This Service manual is issued as a service guide for the models of the NA7D family listed above. Included are schematics, alignment procedures, disassembly procedures, and a parts list.
“WARNING! This Service Manual is designed for experienced repair technicians only and is not designed for use by the general public. It does not contain warnings or cautions to advise non-technical individuals of potential dangers in attempting to service a product. Products powered by electricity should be serviced or repaired only by experienced professional technicians. Any attempt to service or repair the product or products dealt with in this Service Manual by anyone else could result in serious injury or death.” The service technician is required to read and follow the “Safety Precautions” and “Important Safety Notice” in this Manual.

Copyright 2001 by Matsushita Electric Corporation of America. All rights reserved. Unauthorized copying and distribution is a violation of law.

Important Safety Notice
Special components are used in this television set which are important for safety. These parts are identified on the schematic diagram by the symbol and printed in BOLD TYPE on the replacement part list. It is essential that these critical parts are replaced with the manufacturer’s specified replacement part to prevent X-ray radiation, shock, fire or other hazards. Do not modify the original design without the manufacturer’s permission.

Safety Precautions
General Guidelines
An Isolation Transformer should always be used during the servicing of a Receiver whose chassis is not isolated from AC power line. Use a transformer of adequate power rating as this protects the technician from accidents resulting in personal injury from electrical shocks. It will also protect the Receiver from being damaged by accidental shorting that may occur during servicing. When servicing, observe the original lead dress, especially in the high voltage circuit. Replace all damaged parts (also parts that show signs of overheating.) Always Replace Protective Devices, such as fishpaper, isolation resistors and capacitors, and shields after servicing the Receiver. Use only manufacturer’s recommended rating for fuses, circuits breakers, etc. High potentials are present when this Receiver is operating. Operation of the Receiver without the rear cover introduces danger for electrical shock. Servicing should not be performed by anyone who is not thoroughly familiar with the necessary precautions when servicing high-voltage equipment. Extreme care should be practiced when Handling the Picture Tube. Rough handling may cause it to implode due to atmospheric pressure. (14.7 lbs per sq. in.). Do not nick or scratch the glass or subject it to any undue pressure. When handling, use safety goggles and heavy gloves for protection. Discharge the picture tube by shorting the anode to chassis ground (not to the cabinet or to other mounting hardware). When discharging connect cold ground (i.e. dag ground lead) to the anode with a well insulated wire or use a grounding probe. Avoid prolonged exposure at close range to unshielded areas of the picture tube to prevent exposure to X-ray radiation. The Test Picture Tube used for servicing the chassis at the bench should incorporate safety glass and magnetic shielding. The safety glass provide shielding for the tube viewing area against X-ray radiation as well as implosion. The magnetic shield limits the X-ray radiation around the bell of the picture tube in addition to the restricting magnetic effects. When using a picture tube test jig for service, ensure that the jig is capable of handling 50kV without causing X-ray radiation. Before returning a serviced Receiver to the owner, the service technician must thoroughly test the unit to ensure that is completely safe to operate. Do not use a line isolation transformer when testing. metallic part has a return path to the chassis, the reading should be between 240kΩ and 5.2MΩ. If the exposed metallic part does not have a return path to the chassis, the reading should be infinite. Leakage Current Hot Check (Fig. 1) Plug the AC cord directly into the AC outlet. Do not use an isolation transformer during the check. Connect a 1.5kΩ 10 watt resistor in parallel with a 0.15µF capacitor between an exposed metallic part and ground. Use earth ground, for example a water pipe. Using a DVM with a 1000 ohms/volt sensitivity or higher, measure the AC potential across the resistor. Repeat the procedure and measure the voltage present with all other exposed metallic parts. Verify that any potential does not exceed 0.75 volt RMS. A leakage current tester (such a Simpson Model 229, Sencore Model PR57 or equivalent) may be used in the above procedure, in which case any current measure must not exceed 0.5 milliamp. If any measurement is out of the specified limits, there is a possibility of a shock hazard and the Receiver must be repaired and rechecked before it is returned to the customer.

Figure 1. Hot Check Circuit

X-ray Radiation
WARNING: The potential source of X-ray radiation in the Receiver is in the High Voltage section and the picture tube. Refer to “X-Ray Protection Circuit Check & Adjustments” on page 5 to confirm HHS voltage.

High Voltage (CRT Anode)
Set the brightness, picture, sharpness and color controls to minimum (to obtain dark image). Measure the High Voltage. The high voltage should be 29.25kV ± 1.25kV. If the upper limit is out of tolerance, immediate service and correction is required.

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Leakage Current Cold Check
Unplug the AC cord and connect a jumper between the two plug prongs. Measure the resistance between the jumpered AC plug and expose metallic parts such as screwheads, antenna terminals, control shafts, etc. If the exposed -2-

It is important to use an accurate, calibrated high voltage meter.

Important Safety Notice . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 Safety Precautions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 Service Notes. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 X-Ray Protection Circuit Check & Adjustments . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5

Service Adjustments (Electronic Control). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22 Sub-Contrast. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Sub-Brightness . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Tint/Color Adjustment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . White Balance. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Sub-Brightness Final Adjustment . . . . . Horizontal Centering . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Vertical Size . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . MTS Circuit Adjustment . . . . . . . . . . . . Input Level Adjustment . . . . . . . . . . . . . Stereo Separation Adjustment . . . . . . . Clock Adjustment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22 22 22 23 23 23 24 24 24 24 24

Receivers Feature Table . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 Location of Receiver Controls . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 Location of Controls . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8

Service Adjustments (Mechanical Controls). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25 Disassembly for Service . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 Disassembly for CRT Replacement . . . . . . . . . 9 CRT Replacement . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 Chassis Service Adjustment Procedures . . . 10 130.0V B+ Voltage Confirmation . . . . . 10 Source Voltage Chart . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 High Voltage Check . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 Purity Convergence Procedure . . . . . . . . . . . .11 Vertical Raster Shift Adjustment . . . . . . .11 Initial Center Static Convergence . . . . . .11 Purity Adjustment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 Final Convergence Procedure . . . . . . . 12 Permalloy Convergence Corrector Strip . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 Service Mode (Electronic Controls). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14 Instructional Flow Chart for Service Mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20 C-Board Schematic . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37 C-Board Voltages. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37 A-Board Schematics CT-32G6E/CE/UE. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38 A-Board Voltages. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40 Waveforms . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41 A & C-Boards Layouts. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42 Z-Board Schematic . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43 Z-Board Voltages . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43 Z -Board Layout . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43 Focus (Part of T551). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25 Component Identification . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26 Parts List . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29 Components Abbreviations Guide. . . . . . . . . 34 Schematic Notes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35 Service Mode Adjustments. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47

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Service Notes
Note: Some components may be affixed with glue. Be careful not to break or damage foil under the component or at the pins of the ICs when removing. Usually applying heat to the component for a short time while twisting with tweezers will break the component loose.

Leadless Chip Component (surface mount)
Chip components must be replaced with identical chips due to critical foil track spacing. There are no holes in the board to mount standard transistors or diodes. Some chips capacitor or resistor board solder pads may have holes through the board, however the hole diameter limits standard resistor replacement to 1/8 watt. Standard capacitor may also be limited for the same reason. It is recommended that identical components be used. Chip resistor have a three digit numerical resistance code - 1st and 2nd significant digits and a multiplier. Example: 162 = 1600 or 1.6kΩ resistor, 0 = 0Ω (jumper). Chip capacitors generally do not have the value indicated on the capacitor. The color of the component indicates the general range of the capacitance. Chip transistors are identified by a two letter code. The first letter indicates the type and the second letter, the grade of transistor. Chip diodes have a two letter identification code as per the code chart and are a dual diode pack with either common anode or common cathode. Check the parts list for correct diode number.

How to Replace Flat-IC - Required Tools • Soldering iron • Needle nose pliers • Wire cutters (sharp & small) 1. Cut the pins of a defective IC with wire cutters. Remove IC from board. If IC is glued to the board, heat the IC and release the IC. See Note above.
Flat IC

• De-solder braids • Magnifier

2. Using soldering iron and needle nose pliers remove the IC pins from the board.

Soldering Iron 3. Using de-soldering braid and soldering iron remove solder from affected are on board (pads). De-soldering Braid Soldering Iron 4. Position the new Flat-IC in place (apply the pins of the Flat-IC to the soldering pads where the pins need to be soldered). Determine the positions of the soldering pads and pins by correctly aligning the polarity symbol. Solder pin #1 first, align the IC. Polarity symbol
2nd solder 1st solder

Component Removal
1. Use solder wick to remove solder from component end caps or terminal. 2. Without pulling up, carefully twist the component with tweezers to break the adhesive. 3. Do not reuse removed leadless or chip components since they are subject to stress fracture during removal.

Chip Component Installation
1. Put a small amount of solder on the board soldering pads. 2. Hold the chip component against the soldering pads with tweezers or with a miniature alligator clip and apply heat to the pad area with a 30 watt iron until solder flows. Do not apply heat for more than 3 seconds. Chip Components

Solder the pin opposite to pin #1. This will assist positioning the IC. 5. Solder all pins to the soldering pads using a fine tipped soldering iron.

Soldering Iron 6. Check with a magnifier for solder bridge between the pins or for dry joint between pins and soldering pads. To remove a solder bridge, use a de-solder braid as shown in the figure below. Solder

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Turn Receiver OFF and remove jumper & diode. Exit Service Mode and shut it OFF.97V 0.13V 1.14 5. Short jumper. 2. 4. Connect the short jumper between TPD16 and TPD17. Connect the Receiver to an isolation transformer. If voltages are out of tolerance.05 ~ 1. Apply a monoscope pattern.17 ~ 1. Example.93V 0. 2. set CB to 03. To maintain original product safety design standards relative to X-ray radiation and shock and fire hazard. make certain that all ground wires and CRT DAG wire are securely connected. Compare the measured value to the left column of the table below. or incorrect voltages will be measured. Equipment: 1. WARNING: This Receiver has been designed to meet or exceed applicable safety and X-ray radiation protection as specified by government agencies and independent testing laboratories. Slowly increase the voltage at the input of the isolation transformer and confirm HHS voltage measure 36.13 ~ 1.IMPORTANT: To protect against possible damage to the solid state devices due to arcing or static discharge. Procedure: 1.03V. or provide the chassis number and the part reference number. anode connected to TPD15.09 ~ 1. High voltage meter. immediate service and correction is required to insure safe operation and to prevent the possibility of premature component failure. 4. 9.97 ~ 1. Apply 75VAC to the input of the isolation transformer. 6. 8. Turn Receiver ON. Isolation transformer. Jumper diode (same as D823. X-Ray Protection Circuit Check & Adjustments This test must be performed as final check before the Receiver is returned to the customer. PN S3L60P154004). Set CB with value from the right column corresponding to the measured level at TP5. In Service Mode (see Service Mode Section in this manual) select register CB. Order parts from the manufacturer’s parts center using the parts numbers shown in this service manual. 7. See Fig.7KV when the Receiver starts to go out of sync. TP5 MEASUREMENT 0 ~ 0.93 ~ 0.21V SET CB TO (HEX) 00 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 9. 3.01V 1. 10. Use an isolation transformer when servicing the Receiver to avoid damage to the test equipment or to the chassis.09V 1. Turn Receiver ON. 11.05V 1. 12. 3. 4 for locations).01 ~ 1. For optimum performance and reliability. Connect the jumper diode between TPD14 and TPD15 (cathode connected to TPD14. Connect the test equipment to the proper ground ( ) or ( ) when servicing. parts indicated with the symbol on the schematic must be replaced with identical parts. Diode should be rated a minimum of 150V. -5- . Set PICTURE and BRIGHTNESS to minimum. if the measured level at TP5 is 1. Measure TP5 (located near the tuner). all other parts should be replaced with components of identical specification.17V 1. CAUTION: The power supply circuit is above earth ground and the chassis cannot be polarized.

append an “S” to the board number.3 x 21.5W x 2 (10%) 2 X 1 (1 / 0) 1 (1 / 0) 770 x 556.1 30.9 x 27. Receiver Features Specifications are subject to change without notice or obligation.Receiver Feature Table FEATURE\MODEL Chassis Tuning system # of channels Menu language Closed Caption V-Chip 75 Ω input Remote Model # Panablack picture tube Picture tube Comb Filter V/A norm MTS/SAP/DBX Built-in audio power # of speakers AI sound A/V in (rear/front) S-Video input (rear/front) Dimensions (WxDxH) Weight (kg/lbs) Power source (V/Hz) Anode voltage Video input jack Audio input jack A-Board TNP2AH024 Main chassis C-Board TNP2AA075 CRT drive board Z-Board TNP2AA010 Pincushion correction board mm in CT-32G6E/CE/UE AP364 40K 181 Eng / Span / Fr X X X EUR501450 X M80JUA061X 2 Line Digital V X 1. Example: to order the A-Board for CT-32G6E. -6- .1 120 / 60 29. * Note: When ordering a replacement board assembly.25kV 1Vp-p 75Ω.6 x 687.25kV ± 1. phono jack 500mV RMS 47kΩ AB* AA* AG* Table 1. the replacement board is TNP2AH024ABS. Dimensions and weights are approximate.5 / 109.1 49.

Press to adjust Sound Level. Action Button . Volume Buttons .Press to select TV or Video Input. Press to highlight desired features when menus are displayed. Video Menus. 2 3 4 5 -7- . Also use to select Cable Converter box channels after programming Remote Control Infra-red codes (the TV/AUX/CABLE switch must be set in CABLE position). Channel Buttons . or to adjust Audio Menus. TV/Video Button . and select operating features when menus are displayed.Location of Receiver Controls 1 2 3 4 5 Figure 2.Press to display Main Menu and access On Screen feature and Adjustment Menus.Press to select programmed channels. Quick Reference Control Operation 1 Power Button .Press to turn ON or OFF. Location of Controls.

Location of Controls POWER Press to turn ON and OFF. TV/VIDEO “0”~ “9” Press numeric keypad to select any channel. Press to access and cancel (CC) Closed Caption. Press to select TV or Video Mode. CH Press to select next channel and navigate in menus. EUR5101450 Figure 3. RECALL Press to display time. and other options. sleep timer. R-TUNE Press to switch to previously viewed channel or video mode. MUTE Press to mute sound. VOL Press to adjust TV sound and navigate in menus. ACTION Press to access menus. channel. Location of Controls -8- .

Remove the components from the CRT neck and place the cabinet face down on a soft pad. Disconnect the yoke (DY) plug. A12. b. and Speakers plugs from the A-Board. Reuse hardware when reassembling the Receiver. 5.Pincushion Plugs perpendicularly into the A-Board with 2 connectors. 1 screw by the AC cord assembly. Note the original locations and mounting of the degaussing coil and the dag ground assembly to insure proper reinstallation on the replacement CRT. Perform Disassembly for CRT Replacement procedure. Dress coil as was on the original CRT. Z-Board .CRT Output The board plugs onto the socket on the CRT neck. Stand the Receiver on its edge. Slide the chassis completely out of the guide rails. Note the original order for the CRT mounting hardware as they are remove from the CRT mounting brackets at each corner of the CRT. 5. press on the tab to lock it then insert the wire in the opening and press on it until it is fully inserted and locked in place. 3. 2. To remove and re-mount the dag ground braid: a. degaussing coil (DEG) plug from the main board. Lift the Main Chassis (A-Board) and all mounted boards completely out with the CRT Board attached. Note: Screw configuration. Mount the dag ground braid on the replacement CRT. 4. 1 screw by the Flyback assembly. Insure that the CRT H. • • • • • 3 screws at the top edge of the Receiver.Main Chassis 1. 8. These clampers must be installed onto the replacement CRT prior to mounting the degaussing coil. 4. To connect the Focus wire. Position the degaussing coil with new ties. Discharge the CRT as instructed in the Safety Precautions (see page 2). 1 screw by the A/V jacks. 1 screw at each lower corner of the Receiver. 2. Disconnect the A11.) 3. Verify that all ground wires and circuit board plugs get connected. 7. CRT Replacement 1. The underside of the board is completely accessible for component replacement. 6. Release the braid loop from the upper corners of the CRT ears. To remove and re-mount the degaussing coil: The degaussing coil is held in place by clampers fastened to the CRT corner ears. type. Anode button is discharged before handling the CRT. Read the Safety Precautions (see page 2 on handling the picture tube. Speakers Each speaker is secured to the cabinet’s front with 2 screws. Keyboard Push Button Assembly Fastened with screws to the inside of the cabinet front. Unhook the coil spring from the bottom corners of the CRT ears. Replace the components on CRT neck and reinstall into cabinet. use a dull object to release the tab on the socket (near the wire opening) and carefully pull on the wire. 6. 2. Note: Some tie-wraps that secure the wire dressings may need to be unfastened for chassis removal.V. various models are covered in this Manual. ) Disassembly for CRT Replacement 1. Pull on tabs and work board out of connectors. Remove the CRT with the degaussing coil and the dag ground braid attached. C-Board . To release the Focus wire. A-Board . Remove the C-Board from the CRT base and unplug the black wire (CRT dag ground) C10. -9- .Disassembly for Service Back Cover Remove all the screws marked with an arrow( from the back of the Receiver. and number of screws vary depending on the model of the Receiver serviced. Unplug the CRT 2nd anode button from the main board.

IC451’s heat sink or FA2.25V 220V ± 15V . 3. This voltage supplies B+ to the Horizontal Output & Flyback circuits. Use IC801’s heat sink when the HOT ground symbol ( ) is used. 2.0V B+ Voltage Confirmation 1.0V ± 2.25kV ± 1.25V 5. Set the Bright and the Contrast to Minimum by using the Picture Menu. Set the Bright and the Picture to Minimum by using the Picture Menu.0V ± 2. Confirm B+ 131V is within limit. 3. 4. Note: Connect the (-) lead of the voltmeter to the appropriate ground.10 - .5V.0V 9. 3. Select an active TV channel and confirm that horizontal is in sync. A-Board Main Components and Test Points (Components within dotted areas are located on trace side) MOMENTARILY CONNECT A JUMPER TO ENTER SERVICE MODE (FA1 to FA2) 130.0V ± 2. Connect the DVM between C825 (+ side) or TPD14 and cold ground ( ).2 Source Voltage Chart 120V AC line input. LOCATION TPD8 TPD9 IC551 Pin3 IC552 Pin3 D554 Cathode VOLTAGE 26. High Voltage Check 1. Adjust Brightness and Contrast using Picture Icon menu so video just disappears.0V ± 0. Adjust Picture Menu for normalized video adjustments.1 2. Use cold ground ( ) for the (-) lead of the DVM. Figure 4. Using a high voltage meter confirm that the High Voltage is 29.0V 13.Chassis Service Adjustment Procedures All service adjustments are factory preset and should not require adjustment unless controls and/or associated components are replaced.25kV. 2. use COLD ground ( ) — Tuner shield.0V ± 0. Otherwise. Confirm that B+ voltage is 130.

Final static convergence. 6 and Fig. adjust the Deflection Yoke so that has no tilt. note part number and look for specifications at Service Center) When the CRT or the Yoke is Replaced Place the yoke on the CRT neck (do not tighten the clamp). Operate the Receiver for 60 minutes using the first Purity Check field (white screen) to stabilize the CRT. Adjust the R & B and R & B & G pole magnets: by separating tabs and rotating to converge blue and red (magenta) with green. Apply a green pattern with a horizontal line.) Figure 6. by separating tabs and rotating to converge blue with red. Positioning of Purity/Convergence Assembly (1-piece assembly) For either assemblies: Turn the Receiver ON. this center is determined by two marks at the side edges of the screen. Positioning of Purity/Convergence Assembly (4 Pairs of Rings) Figure 9. 6 and Fig. Figure 8. once the vertical raster shift tabs are place at 3 o’clock to reduce its magnetic field effect (see Fig. 5): Position purity/convergence assembly as shown and tighten clamp snugly. results. centered with the marks of the CRT.4 Purity and Convergence Procedure Adjustment is necessary only if the CRT or the deflection yoke is replaced or if the setting was disturbed. see Fig. 9. Observe misconvergence at center of the screen only. For a 1-piece assembly (see Fig. For a 2-piece assembly (see Fig. Figure 5. Fully degauss the Receiver by using an external degaussing coil. (Only for Models with Purity/Convergence Assembly with 4 Pairs of Rings).9. Slide the deflection yoke back and forth on the neck of the CRT until it produces a near white. at this point is . (see Fig. 3. Vertical Raster Shift Adjustment. Adjust the R & B pole magnets. Initial static convergence. 7). place the vertical raster shift tabs at 3 o’clock (90o from the purity and convergence tabs. (For better Note: Precise convergence not important. 4. uniform raster. Positioning of Purity/Convergence Assembly (2-piece assembly) For models using 4 pairs of rings. Vertical Raster Shift Adjustment (Only for ModelswithPurity/ConvergenceAssemblywith4Pairs of Rings). The complete procedure consists of: 1. Adjust center line of the pattern with the mechanical center of the CRT. Setting the purity.11 - . 7) open the tabs the same angle from the center. Positioning of Purity/Convergence Assembly (4 Pairs of Rings) Connect a dot/cross hatch generator to the Receiver and tune in a signal. 2. Vertical Raster Shift Adjustment (4 pairs of rings assembly) Initial Center Static Convergence Figure 7. 8): Position like tabs of purity devices together at 12 o’clock to reduce any magnetic field effect. Remove the hot-melt glue seal on assembly and position like tabs of purity device together at 12 o’clock to reduce its magnetic field effect. until the center line of the pattern becomes a straight line. To adjust the line. then secure it.

8): Slowly move the deflection yoke and purity rings assembly toward the CRT board and adjust the purity magnet rings to set vertical green raster at center of screen (see Fig. Adjust the Purity rings to set the vertical green raster precisely at the center of the screen (see Fig. Continue from here for either assemblies: Tighten the deflection yoke clamp screw. After vertical adjustment of the yoke.Purity Adjustment When the Receiver is in the Service Mode for making electronic adjustments. Press the Recall button on the Remote Control again until the Purity Check (green screen) appears. If the yoke or CRT is replaced. 11 through Fig. 0FMK014ZZ) This strip is used in some sets to match the yoke and CRT for optimum convergence. First converge the set without the strip and observe the corners. 13): Note: Vertical size and focus adjustments must be completed prior to performing the convergence adjustment. 5): Loosen the deflection yoke clamp screw and move the deflection yoke back as close to the purity magnet as possible. Secure the deflection yoke by inserting two side wedges at 3 and 7 o’clock positions. 10). 10). PermalloyConvergenceCorrectorStrip(Part No. Align The converged red/blue dots with the green dots at the center of the screen by rotating the R & B & G pole Static Convergence Magnets. Place strip between CRT and yoke. Green Raster Adjustment Slowly move the deflection yoke forward until the best overall green screen is displayed. Final Convergence Procedure (see Fig. Observe the screen for uniform white. in quadrant needing correction. press the Recall button on the Remote Control to enter Purity Check. 2. Press the Recall button on the Remote Control again until Purity check (white screen) appears. Slightly tilt vertically and horizontally (do not rotate) the deflection yoke to obtain a good overall convergence. Gradually move the deflection yoke & purity rings forward and adjust for best overall green screen. Apply adhesive between tab (thin portion) of wedge and CRT and place tape over the tab to secure to the CRT. If purity has not been achieved. Fully degauss the Receiver by using an external degaussing coil. (See the Service Adjustments Electronic Controls procedure). Press adhesive tightly to the CRT and secure with tape. insert permalloy (see following section) from the DY corners to achieve proper convergence. Melt wax with soldering iron to reseal the magnets. repeat the above procedure. If correction is needed: 1. Slowly move it around for desired results.12 - . insert wedge at 11 o’clock position. If convergence is not reached at the edges. the strip may not be required. Connect a dot pattern generator to the Receiver. Press the Recall button on the Remote Control again until the purity check (blue screen) and (red screen) appear and observe that good purity is obtained on each respective field. Converge the red and the blue dots at the center of the screen by rotating the R & B pole Static Convergence Magnets. Figure 10. The Brightness level should not be higher than necessary to obtain a clear pattern. Operate the Receiver for 60 minutes using the first Purity Check field (white screen) to stabilize the CRT. For a 1-piece assembly (see Fig. For a 2-piece assembly (see Fig. . Recheck for purity and readjust if necessary. then make the horizontal tilt adjustment.

Horizontal Yoke Movement Figure 13. 6 for details . Convergence Magnets and Wedges Location Note: For models using 4 pairs of rings assemblies see Fig. Vertical Yoke Movement Figure 12.Figure 11.13 - .

It performs as a control function and it replaces many mechanical controls. 6. then comes back on tuned to channel 3 with a preset level of sound. IMPORTANT Always Exit the Service Mode Following Adjustments. C= Service VCJ CUT-OFF adjustments. Service Mode Menu Adjustments. 5. 6. (The Service Adjustment Mode. Indicators are hexadecimal numbers. the Flow Chart for Service Mode may be used as a quick guide. . 3.14 - . B= Service VCJ SUB-DATA adjustments. many of the control functions are now performed by using “On Screen Display Menu”.Service Mode (Electronic Controls) This Receiver has electronic technology using the I²C Bus Concept. Note: Three additional indicators appear on screen. M= Service MTS adjustments. 1. 4. Select SET-UP icon and select CABLE mode. To toggle between Aging and Service modes: While the “CHK” is displayed on the left top corner of the CRT. channels caption data and some others user defined settings will be erased. Exiting the Service Mode: Press the Action and the Power buttons on the Receiver simultaneously for at least 2 seconds. 4. Press the VOL button (decrease) on Receiver. Instead of adjusting mechanical controls individually. the method of Entering the service Mode without removal of the cabinet back is as follows using the Remote Control: 1. 8. 14). One is the five digit usage in hours and the other two are four digits for V-Chip Main and Child ratings. Red “CHK” appears in the left upper corner. Press ACTION button twice to exit menus. Any programmed channels. Quick Entry to Service Mode: At times when minor adjustments need to be done to the electronic controls. pressing the Action and the Volume Up buttons on the Receiver simultaneously will toggle between the modes. Tune to the Channel 124. 5. Set CC Mode (Close Caption) OFF. 2. P= Service VCJ adjustments. When becoming familiar with the procedure. Adjust VOLUME to minimum (0). Note: Only the applicable settings for the Receiver serviced will be available (See a in Fig.) b B 00 33 a b C 00 0 255 a Note: It is suggested that the technician reads all the way through and understand the following procedure for Entering/Exiting the Service Adjustment Mode. 7. An address Menu appears in the right hand corner of the screen Figure 14. Press the Power Button on the Remote Control to select one of seven Service Adjustment Modes. then proceed with the instructions working with the Receiver. 7. S= Service OPTIONS (PICTURE) adjustments. Select TIMER icon and set SLEEP time for 30. “CHK” = Normal operation of CHANNEL and VOLUME . Red “CHK” for Service and yellow “CHK” for Aging. 60 or 90 Min. THE RECEIVER EXITS SERVICE MODE The Receiver momentarily shuts off. X = Service AFC adjustments. 3. 2.

14) for each address before modifying anything.15 - . 2. Write Down the original value set (b in Fig.Press the POWER Button on the Remote Control to select the Service Adjustment. . 14).Press Volume Up/Down on the Remote Control to adjust the level of the selected Service Adjustment (b in Fig. It is easy to erroneously adjust the wrong item. 14). Sub-Data Adjustment B0 B1 B2 CH B3 B4 B5 B6 SUB-COLOR SUB-TINT SUB-BRIGHTNESS SUB-CONTRAST R OFFSET-factory preset YNR-factory preset YNR LIM-factory preset Default Level 33 36 127 20 0 0 0 CH CH Cut-Off Adjustment C0 C1 C2 C3 C4 C5 C6 C7 C8 CH C9 CA CB CC CD CE CF C10 C11 C12 C13 C14 CUT-OFF R CUT-OFF G CUT-OFF B R DRIVE G DRIVE B DRIVE V-SIZE NOT USED NOT USED H CENTER ACL HHS OSD SHIFT-factory preset ACL-REF-factory preset ACL-REF-factory preset ACL-REF-factory preset ACL-REF-factory preset ACL-REF-factory preset ACL-REF-factory preset ACL-COEF-factory preset ACL-COEF-factory preset Default Level 0 255 0 255 0 255 80 80 80 127 --16 1 0 88 74 64 48 40 31 20 124 117 PW CH CH Note: Registers noted with “factory preset” should not be modified. For Adjustments: 1.Press Channel Up/Down on the Note: Remote Control to select one of the available Service Adjustments (a in Fig.

16 - . .Cut-Off Adjustment C15 C16 C17 C18 C19 CH C1A C1B C1C C1D C1E C1F C20 ACL-COEF-factory preset ACL-COEF-factory preset ACL-WAIT-factory preset ACL-THRESHOLD-factory preset MACROVISION-factory preset OSD SELECT-factory preset KILLER ON-factory preset KILLER OFF-factory preset KILLER TIME-factory preset ACC THRESHOLD-factory preset ACC OFF-factory preset MUTE TIME-factory preset Default Level 94 80 2 9 3 1 6 20 3 17 7 11 CH CH MTS Adjustment M0 M1 CH M2 M3 INPUT HIGH-LEVEL SEPARATION LOW-LEVEL SEPARATION AGC ADJ-factory preset Default Level 33 25 6 0 PW VCJ Adjustment S0 S1 S2 S3 S4 S5 CH S6 S7 S8 S9 SA SB SC SD SE SHARPNESS PW-factory preset SHARPNESS OW-factory preset HALFTONE-factory preset TVC DELAY-factory preset TVY DELAY-factory preset GAMMA FOLDING POINT-factory preset VIDEO Y DELAY-factory preset VIDEO C DELAY-factory preset COMB BPF-factory preset COMB 2D-factory preset COLOR KILLER LEVEL-factory preset KILLER THRESHOLD-factory preset ACC SW-factory preset ACC AMP OFF1-factory preset ACC AMP OFF2-factory preset Default Level 3 3 0 0 0 13 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 100 0 PW CH CH Note: Registers noted with “factory preset” should not be modified.

17 - .VCJ Adjustment (Continued) SF S10 S11 S12 S13 CH S14 S15 S16 S17 ACC AMP ON-factory preset ACC AMP CTL-factory preset BGP POSITION-factory preset OSD R-factory preset OSD G-factory preset OSD B-factory preset NOISE KILLER TIME-factory preset NOISE KILLER (ACC)-factory preset HV TIMING-factory preset Default Level 20 3 21 30 30 30 5 50 2 CH CH VCJ Adjustment (Black Expansion) P0 P1 P2 P3 P4 P5 CH P6 P7 P8 P9 PA PB PC PD PE PF P10 P11 P12 P13 P14 P15 P16 P17 P18 FORCE BS-factory preset DET ON/OFF-factory preset ROM SEL-factory preset ROM CURVE-factory preset BS ON/OFF-factory preset BS TIME CONSTANT-factory preset THRESHOLD V-factory preset THRESHOLD F1-factory preset THRESHOLD F1-factory preset THRESHOLD OFF1 (EFFECT OFF)-factory preset THRESHOLD F2-factory preset THRESHOLD F2-factory preset THRESHOLD OFF2 (EFFECT OFF)-factory preset THRESHOLD F3-factory preset THRESHOLD F3-factory preset THRESHOLD OFF3 (EFFECT OFF)-factory preset THRESHOLD ON1-factory preset THRESHOLD ON2-factory preset THRESHOLD ON3-factory preset CURVE1-factory preset CURVE2-factory preset CURVE3-factory preset RATIO1-factory preset RATIO2-factory preset RATIO3-factory preset Default Level 1 1 3 2 1 5 4 129 1 35 99 1 30 80 1 21 37 33 25 3 3 3 0 2 3 CH CH PW Note: Registers noted with “factory preset” should not be modified. .

Simultaneously press the Action and the Volume Up buttons on the Receiver Control Panel. (All customer controls are set to nominal level). Press the Recall Button on the Remote Control to enter the White Purity Field Check Mode. place a jumper in the AG connector between the terminals (shorting FB signal to ground). Yellow letters “CHK” appear in the upper left corner of the CRT. The Receiver enters the Service Mode. Note: Only applicable settings for the Receiver serviced will be available. Note: if jumper is not removed. Purity Check Field Mode. place a jumper in the AG connector between the terminals. Helpful Hints Entering Service Mode (Back-Open Method) 1. Remove the jumper from the AG connector and press Recall repeatedly to toggle the Receiver into the Red/Green/ Blue Purity Field Check Modes. colors will be displayed at high luminosity. IMPORTANT Always Exit the Service Mode Following Adjustments. (The Volume Up/Down will adjust normally). . NORMAL SCREEN Press Recall again to select desired field. Press Recall on the Remote Control to enter the Purity Field Check Mode. BLUE SCREEN GRN. In Aging Mode (factory mode. While the Receiver is ON and operating in Normal Mode. The letter in “CHK” turn red. (The Volume Up/Down will adjust rapidly).18 - . momentarily short test point FA1 (TP8) to Cold Ground ( ) FA2 (TP3) A-Board. The Receiver enters the Aging Mode. 2.Other Adjustment X0 X1 CH X2 X3 AFCT AFCB AFCC CLOCK Default Level 60 29 CH 42 128 TO B ITEMS PW To Check Purity: When Receiver is in Service Mode (red “CHK” is displayed). yellow “CHK” is displayed). SCREEN RED SCREEN WHITE SCREEN Figure 15.

19 - .Notes: .

NORMAL MODE Momentarily short FA1 to FA2 ( ). AGING MODE WHITE SCREEN • • • RECALL (ON REMOTE) Yellow “CHK” appears in upper left corner of screen. Volume Up/Down operate rapidly. SCREEN BLUE SCREEN SERVICE MODE • • • “CHK” turns red. Y POWER (ON REMOTE) CH ON REMOTE CONTROL TO SELECT ADJUSTMENT ON REMOTE TO ADJUST THE LEVEL SUB-DATA ADJUSTMENTS. Volume Up/Down operate normally. QUICK ENTRY TO SERVICE MODE Adj. . Adjust Volume to minimum. Set SLEEP time for 30. Custumer Controls are set to nominal level. Tune to Channel 124. 60 or 90 Min. Flow Chart for Service Mode. Place jumper across terminals on AG Connector EXIT N Y Press Action + Volume Up Simultaneously (ON Receiver) GRN.Instructional Flow Chart for Service Mode IMPORTANT Always Exit the Service Mode Following Adjustments. N needed? WHITE SCREEN RECALL (ON REMOTE) Remove jumper from AG Connector EXIT Press Action and Power on the Receiver simultaneously for at least 2 seconds. Press VOL DOWN On Receiver. C RED SCREEN Place jumper across terminals on AG Connector Adj. Custumer Controls are set to nominal level. needed? • • • • • Select CABLE Mode. B ITEMS.20 - . VOL VOL POWER (ON REMOTE) A Figure 16.

) . N needed? VOL VOL N C EXIT Press Action and Power on the Receiver simultaneously for at least 2 seconds. Note: Only applicable settings for the Receiver serviced will be available. Figure 17.A CUT-OFF ADJUSTMENTS. IMPORTANT Always Exit the Service Mode Following Adjustments. CH ON REMOTE CONTROL TO SELECT ADJUSTMENT ON REMOTE TO ADJUST THE LEVEL Y Adj. C ITEMS. P & X Adjustments procedures are similar to the B Adjustments. S. needed? VOL VOL N POWER (ON REMOTE) M. Flow Chart for Service Mode (Cont. ON REMOTE CONTROL TO SELECT ADJUSTMENT ON REMOTE TO ADJUST THE LEVEL B POWER (ON REMOTE) CH Y Adj.21 - .

. . . In the Service Mode for making electronic adjustments. . . • Color . . • Tint. .5 black. . . 15 • ACL OFF (CA) . . 00 3. Select DAC Sub-Color Adjustment (B0) and adjust for peak to peak amplitude to be 0. . Note: The pattern used in this procedure is an EIA color bar pattern with 87. Center. Center. 00 • Cut Off G (C1) . . Following adjustments set S5. . at high brightness level (use white screen). . . • Sharpness . TP47B (A-Board) Figure 19. . . .8Vp-p±0.1Vp-p between white and black level.5 2. TP35 (C-Board) 0. . 2. . Min. CA & C1 to their original settings. . Procedure: 1. . • Sharpness . Preparation: 1. 00 3. Preset the following controls: • Brightness . 3.22 - . TP35 waveform 4. . Apply a rainbow color bar signal. . . Do not adjust unless repairs are made to associated circuit.5% modulation. . . White Balance Service DACs. Connect the oscilloscope to the CRT-Board connector C1-2 (TP35). . . .5% modulation with 100 IRE white and 7. .8Vp-p ±0. . select DAC Sub-Contrast Adjustment (B3) and adjust for 2. Center. . . . Connect the oscilloscope to TP35 (C-Board) and GND. . . 2. 15 • ACL OFF (CA) . the CRT Board or when the CRT is replaced. Correlate the information in this procedure to the pattern used if another signal is used. . . .5Vp-p ±0. 80 • C4: Drive_G . . . Set the scope time base to 20µs (horizontal). Tint/Color Adjustment Service DAC Adjustment (B1) (B0) Preparation: 1. . Sub-Contrast Service DAC Adjustment (B3) This adjustment is factory set. . . . . (C0) (C1) (C2) (C3) (C4) (C5) Preparation: 1. 18). . Procedure: 1. Gamma (S5). Max. . the default level.1V Figure 20. . . . . . Adjust until the waveform measured is as the one shown in Fig. .1 Note: It is recommended to allow for a 30 minute warm up period. 0 255 • C2: Cut Off_B . . Subbrightness adjustments are not necessary. . . 80 Sub-Brightness Service DAC Adjustment (B2) Due to the characteristics of this chassis.2 4. . select DAC Sub-Tint Adjustment (B1). Following adjustments. 20. . . 0 255 • C3: Drive_R . In the Service Mode. . . Center. . . . . 3. Apply a color bar signal pattern with 87. . Fig. Preset the following controls: • Brightness . 2. . . . .Service Adjustments (Electronic Controls) 5. • γ Gamma (S5) . Min. • Picture . . Turn Receiver OFF and disconnect test equipment. . Figure 18. Turn the Receiver “ON” and allow 30 minutes warm up at high brightness (white screen). TP37 waveform 2. • Picture . . prior to any picture adjustment. (See video waveforms detail. . Max. . TP35 waveform 9. . Turn Receiver OFF and disconnect test equipment. . . . . For good brightness level set the register to “127”. 19.05V 2. . Preset the following DACs: • C0: Cut Off_R . . . Perform “Sub-Brightness Final Adjustment” on page 23 only if a different brightness level is required for the picture. .5 black. . . . . . . Connect the oscilloscope to TP37 (or C1-3). . .5 ±0. .05V as shown in Fig. . . . • γ. reset controls modified during preparation to their original levels 5. 70% saturated color bar with a 100 IRE white and 7. . 0 255 • C1: Cut Off_G .

3. and Blue Drive. Exit Service Mode. Set BRIGHT to Center. Confirm using Black & White pattern and a white screen the color balance (gray scale and white balance). Adjustment Waveform Detail 7. 21. 5. following other picture adjustments. decrease C3. Figure 22. Turn the Receiver ON and allow 20 minute warm up at high brightness (white screen). .80 3. 14. 4. decrease C5. press R-Tune to get a green horizontal line. Preparation: 1. On the Remote Control. Adjust it until locations “A” and “B” are even on both sides of screen. Observe low and high brightness areas of a B/W picture for proper tracking. Connect the scope between GRN Cathode (GK. Apply a Black & White pattern.0 IRE section as seen in Fig. In Service Mode. repeat step 1 until the correct balance is achieved.23 - . In Picture menu change Picture and Brightness from low to high scales and observe black and white tracking. as indicated in Fig. Press R-Tune to display full screen. 13. In the Service Mode. Press R-Tune to display a green horizontal line. 8. 3. 3. 10. 6. . If corrections are required. Increase C2 value (using Volume u) until the line becomes white (mixing red blue and green). View scope trace at Horizontal rate and adjust the Service Mode DAC (C1) level until a scanning period of 195V above DC ground is measured. Procedure: 1. 9. 4. .5 IRE section looks same as 3. select the Horizontal Centering Adjustment DAC (C9). 2. 2. 22. Set PICTURE to Max. If white looks reddish. select Sub Bright register (B2). Press R-Tune to display full screen. Increase C0 value (using Volume u) until the line turn yellow (mixing green & red). Press R-Tune (on Remote Control) to display full screen. Horizontal Centering Service DAC Adjustment (C9) Preparation: Connect a monoscope generator. Exit Service Mode. Confirm that a good gray scale is displayed when viewing a Black & White pattern. Select Red Cut-Off register (C0). If white balance is required perform the following: Procedure (Low Lights): 1. .5V DC to TP1 to defeat the neck protector circuit). EXIT the Service Mode. Remove all external connections made to the Receiver. 2. 4. • LOW LIGHT areas – adjust Red Cut-Off (C0) and Blue Cut-Off (C2) registers until best picture for black-gray. Using a Black and White pattern and white screen adjust Red Drive. EXIT the Service Adjustment Mode. 5. 1. 2. 23. . Adjust screen VR (on T551. 3. Connect a jumper from the base of Q452 to cold ground ( ) (or apply +2. Select Blue Cut-Off register (C2) and press R-Tune to see the yellow line. Adjust B2 until the 7. . Due to effect from low level adjustment on high level adjustment. Set the Red and Blue Cut-Off registers (C0 and C2) to 00. as indicated in Fig. White Balance (High Lights) 1. if white looks bluish.• C5: Drive_B . Sub-Brightness Final Adjustment 195VDC 0V DC Figure 21. Flyback) until the green line just becomes visible. 11. Cathode Waveform. Apply a black and white (B/W) signal (signal that includes gray tones). Enter Service Mode. C5 to obtain good white level on screen. Following satisfactory High Lights adjustment perform the following White Balance Touch-Up. on the CRT-Board) and cold ground ( ). Adjust the following as required for “good gray scale and warm highlights”: • HIGH LIGHT areas – Adjust Red Drive (C3) and Blue Drive (C5) registers until picture appear best for warm whites. 12. it is recommended that this procedure is done at the end of the adjustments procedure. Apply a black and white cross pattern. 4. 5. Exit Service Mode. White Balance Touch-Up Procedure: Use this procedure to make minor adjustment to white balance. Sub-bright adjustment 3. Procedure: 1. Service DAC Adjustment (B2) This adjustment should be made last. 2. 2. C3.

30% modulation. 4. Procedure: 1. stereo (left only) (70 ±5dB. Example: 000. P/S 10dB). Procedure: 1. Filter Jig 2. select the Clock Adjustment DAC (X3). Note: Input Level Adjustment (M0) Preparation: 1.Stereo Separation Adjustment (M1 & M2) Preparation: 1. Turn the Receiver back “ON”. Input Level Adjustment. Connect an RF signal generator to the RF antenna input. Procedure: 1. Note: Figure 24. Adjust until a perfect circle appears (Upper and lower sections of circle may extend beyond the screen and therefore not visible). P/S 10dB).5 Clock Adjustment (X3) Preparation: Connect the frequency counter from TP5 (IC001 Pin 11) to cold ground ( ). 2. Turn the Receiver “OFF” with the AC power applied.0000 3. 100% modulation. 5. 2. Horizontal Centering Vertical Size Service DAC Adjustment (C6) Preparation: Connect a monoscope pattern. Connect an RMS meter with filter jig as shown in Fig. 2. Place the Receiver into Service Mode for making electronic adjustment. See Fig. 8. Apply the following signal from the RF signal generator: Video: 100 IRE flat field. Audio: 300Hz. Apply the following signal from the RF signal generator: Video: 100 IRE flat field. Figure 23. 75Ω OPEN. 2. Adjust the MTS Low-Level Separation Adjustment (M2) until the amplitude displayed on the scope is minimum. 75Ω OPEN. Adjust the MTS High-Level Separation Adjustment (M1) until the amplitude displayed on the scope is minimum. 25. Stereo Separation Adjustment. 5. 24. change . Procedure: 1. Repeat above steps 2 through 5 until the amplitude is at minimum for both signals. Select Stereo Mode in Audio menu 2. monaural (70 ±5dB. Adjust the MTS Input Level Adjustment (M0) until the voltage measured is 106 ± 6. 30% modulation. Vertical Size 2.0mV rms. Note: Pin 11 measurement will not regardless of the value stored in X3. 75Ω OPEN. MTS Circuit Adjustments The MTS Circuit Adjustments require two steps: 1. TPE11 Pin 11 measurement must have at least four digits of resolution following the decimal point. Audio: 300Hz.24 - . 30% modulation. Audio: 3KHz. 4. Connect a scope to TPE10. Connect an RF signal generator to the RF antenna input. Apply the following signal from the RF signal generator: Video: 100 IRE flat field. Measure TP5 (IC001 pin 11) for the frequency of the waveform and record the reading. Calculate and set X3 based on the following formula: 6 { ( TP 5 – 125 ) } X 3 = 128 + 0. stereo (left only) (70 ±5dB. Frequency Counter probe capacitance should be 8pF or less. select the Vertical Size Adjustment DAC (C6). In the Service Mode. 100% modulation. EXIT the Service Adjustment Mode.9 ×10 ---------------------------------125 Figure 25. P/S 10dB). 100% modulation. 3.

Adjust for best center. Procedure: Adjust the FOCUS control VR to obtain the sharpest and clearest dot pattern. a.25 - . b. Adjust for best area between the center and top right corner.Service Adjustments (Mechanical Controls) Focus (part of T551) Preparation: Connect a Signal generator and select a dot pattern. .

dress cables and wires as indicated.Identification of Components Screw Screw Screw Screw Screw Screw Screw Screw Figure 26. Back Cover Removal (CT-32G6E/CE/UE) CRT (secured to cabinet by 4 screws on corners of CRT) Anode (high voltage) C board Yoke DAG ground Degaussing coil Speaker (4 screws) Note: After servicing the Receiver.26 - . Speaker (4 screws) Tuner A/V jacks Flyback (T551) Figure 27. Rear View .

C-Board component locations Figure 29. Z-Board .Q352 G Out CRT Socket Q351 R Out Q353 B Out Figure 28.27 - .

IC050 Halftone IC001 MPU/VCJ Components on trace side IC003 Remote Sensor IC002 EEPROM IC451 Vertical Out IC801 VCO D801 Rect Bridge Q501 H-Drive IC005 3.3A 125V Flyback T551 Focus Figure 30. A-Board. location of components . MTS IC3101.3 V IC551 9V Reg IC2301 IC552 Right 5V Reg Audio Amp Q551 H-Out TNR001 Tuner S-VHS IC2302 Left Audio Amp A/V Jacks IC2201.28 - . AV SW on trace side RL801 Relay F801 Fuse 6.

C .C 330PF-K-50V ECQB1H103JM3 CAP.95UF-K-100V CAP.E 47UF/16V CAP.C 150PF-J-50V CAP.0UF-25V CAP.C 150PF-J-50V CAP.E 47UF/35V CAP.E 220UF-35V CAP.3V CAP.E 10UF/50V CAP.1UF/50V CAP.C 100UF-K-500V CAP.E 4.E 47UF/16V CAP.C .REPLACEMENT PARTS LIST Models: CT-32G6E/CE/UE Important Safety Notice: Components printed in BOLD TYPE have special characteristics important for safety.1UF-K-16V CAP.C .C .C 470PF-K-500W CAP.E 100UF/16V CAP.C 56PF-J-50V CAP.C .P 3.C .1UF-K-16V CAP. REF NO.E 2.C .C .1UF-Z-50V CAP.P .E 100UF-35V CAP. When replacing any of these components use only manufacturer’s specified parts.2UF-50V CAP.22UF-50V CAP.1UF-K-16V CAP.P .C .E 1UF-50V CAP.E 0. EEANA1E1R0B ECJ2VC1H151J ECJ2VC1H151J ECJ2VC1H151J ECA1CHG470B ECSF1EE105VB ECEA1HFS010B ECA1EM102E ECA1VHG101B ECA1VHG471E ECQM1104JZW ECA1HM4R7B ECJ2VC1H471J ECJ2VB1C104K ECJ2VB1C104K ECCR2H100D5 ECKR2H821KB5 ECKR2H101KB5 ECA1HM220B ECA1VM331B ECKR2H561KB5 ECA2EM220E ECA1CM471B ECKR2H102KB5 EEANA1HR33B ECKR2H561KB5 DESCRIPTION CAP.01UF-Z-50V CAP.E 3300PF-6.E 100UF/16V CAP.1UF-K-16V CAP.C 22PF-J-50V CAP.P .C 560PF-K-500V CAP.047UF-J-400V CAP.C .C .3V ECQB1H104JFW CAP.10UF-J-100V CAP.C .7UF-50V CAP.C 10PF-D-500V CAP.P .C 560PF-K-500V CAPACITORS C001 C002 C003 C004 C005 C008 C009 C010 C011 C015 C016 C017 C018 C020 C022 C023 C024 C025 C026 C027 C028 C029 C031 C032 C033 C034 C035 C036 C037 C038 C040 C041 C042 C043 C044 C045 C046 C047 C048 C050 C051 C055 C103 C104 C105 C350 C351 C352 C353 C354 094-01 ECJ2VF1H103Z ECJ2VB1H471K ECA1HM4R7B ECJ2VC1H150J ECJ2VC1H150J ECJ2VF1H104Z ECA1CM470B ECJ2VF1H104Z ECA1CM101B ECJ2VB1C224K ECJ2VC1H101J ECJ2VB1C104K ECJ2VC1H151J ECJ2VB1C104K ECJ2VC1H101J ECJ2VC1H151J ECA1CM470B ECJ2VB1C104K ECJ2VB1C104K ECJ2VF1H104Z ECJ2VB1C104K ECA1HMR22B ECA1VM470B ECJ2VC1H390J ECJ2VF1H103Z ECA1HM010B ECJ2VF1H103Z ECA1HM0R1B ECA1VM470B ECA1CM470B ECA1HM2R2B ECJ2VF1H104Z ECA1CM470B ECJ2VC1H471J ECA1HM0R1B ECJ2VB1C104K ECJ2VC1H220J ECJ2VC1H220J ECA1CM101B ECJ2VF1H104Z ECJ2VC1H560J ECA0JM331B ECJ2VF1H103Z ECA0JM101B ECA1CM101B ECJ2VB1H331K ECJ2VB1H331K ECJ2VB1H331K CAP.E 330UF-35V CAP.E 4.E 47UF-16V CAP.C 820PF-J-2KV ECKW3D181JBP CAP.E 470UF-35V CAP.E 22UF-50V CAP.C .E 220UF-16V CAP.P .001UF-K-2KVDC .C 1000PF-K-500V CAP.E 22UF-50V CAP.0039UF-J-1.E 1UF-50V CAP. C357 C361 C362 C363 C451 C452 C453 C454 C455 C456 C459 C460 C462 C502 C503 C504 C510 C511 C512 C531 C551 C554 C555 C556 C557 C560 C560 C561 C563 C564 C565 C566 C567 C568 C569 C570 C571 C572 C573 C574 C575 C577 C578 C605 C606 C754 C755 C756 C757 C759 C760 PART NO.P .01UF-J-50V ECQB1H333JM3 CAP.01UF-Z-50V CAP.E 220UF-6.E 47UF/16V CAP.E 100UF/16V CAP.47U-J-200V CAP.2KV ECWH12H392JS CAP.1UF-K-16V CAP.M .P 12000PF-J-400V CAP.E 22UF-250V CAP.E 47UF/16V CAP.C 150PF-J-50V CAP.7UF-50V CAP.E 100UF-6.1UF-Z-50V CAP.01UF-Z-50V CAP.C 820PF-K-500V CAP.C . PART NO.C 150PF-J-05V CAP.3V CAP.E 100UF/16V CAP.1UF-Z-50V CAP.29 - PARTS LIST .P .C 100PF/50V Parts List ECKW3D102KBN CAP.1UF/50V CAP.3V CAP.E 1000UF-25V CAP.3V CAP.C 470PF-J-50V CAP.C 15PF-J-50V CAP.E .E 2200UF-16V CAP.C .1UF-Z-50V CAP.E 1.E 1UF/50V ECWH12H123JS CAP.C 150PF-J-50V CAP.C 330PF-K-50V CAP.22UF-K-16V CAP.1UF-J-50V ECQB1H104JFW CAP.C 470PF-K-50V CAP.1UF-K-16V CAP.E 2200UF-6.E .P .C 330PF-K-50V CAP.C 15PF-J-50V CAP.33UF-50V CAP.1UF-J-50V ECA1CM221B ECA1VM221B ECQE1395KNB TACCV101T50V CAP.C 470PF-J-50V CAP.033UF-J-50V ECEA1HN010UB CAP.E 0.C .E 47UF/35V CAP.E 100UF/16V CAP.012UF-J-1.1UF-K-16V CAP.E 330UF-6. DESCRIPTION REF NO.C 39PF-J-50V CAP.1UF-Z-50V CAP.C .1UF-K-16V CAP.C .C 22PF-J-50V CAP.C .C .C 100PF-J-50V CAP.C 180PF-J-2KV ECQM4123JZW ECQM4473JZW TACFV2E474J ECA1CM222E ECA1HM220B ECA1HM100B ECA1CM101B ECKR2H471KB5 ECA0JM222B ECA1CM101B ECA0JM332B ECJ2VF1H103Z ECA0JM221B CAP.01UF-Z-50V CAP.2KV ECKW3D821JBR CAP.E 1.C 100PF-J-50V CAP.E 470UF-16V CAP.01UF-Z-50V CAP.0UF-25V CAP.

P . SWITCHING DIODE. When replacing any of these components use only manufacturer’s specified parts.3A 125V IC.E 33UF/160V CAP.P .22UF-M-250VAC ECQU2A153MVA CAP.1UF-K-16V CAP.C 470PF-K-1KV ECQB1H223JM3 CAP.7UF-50V CAP.E 100UF/16V CAP.E 1000UF/16V CAP. ZENER DIODE.E 4.1UF-K-16V CAP.C . SWITCHING DIODE DIODE DIODE DIODE DIODE DIODE (THERMISTOR) DIODE DIODE DIODE DIODE DIODE.C 470PF-K-1KV ECKR3A471KBP CAP.P . ZENER DIODE.E 1000UF-35V CAP.C 4700PF-Z-500V EC0S2DA471BB ECQM4103KZW ECA1VM101B ECKR1H101KB5 ECKR1H471KB5 CAP.E 10UF-16V CAP.REPLACEMENT PARTS LIST Models: CT-32G6E/CE/UE Important Safety Notice: Components printed in BOLD TYPE have special characteristics important for safety.01UF-Z-50V ECKWAE472ZED CAP.C 100PF-K-50V CAP. ZENER DIODE. REF NO. SWITCHING DIODE DIODE DIODE DIODE DIODE.022UF-J-50V ECQB1H473JM3 CAP.3UF/16V CAP. ZENER DIODE.E 10UF-25V CAP.E 2.01UF-Z-50V CAP.E 220UF-160V CAP. ZENER DIODE. C3018 C3050 C3051 D002 D006 D052 D451 D452 D453 D454 D502 D531 D551 D554 D558 D559 D561 D571 D606 D607 D608 D609 D751 D801 D806 D808 D809 D810 D811 D812 D820 D821 D822 D823 D824 D2350 D2351 D2352 D2353 D2354 D3001 D3003 D3004 D3005 D3006 F801 IC001 IC002 PART NO.1UF/50V CAP. C801 C802 C803 C805 C806 C807 C808 C809 C810 C812 C813 C814 C820 C821 C822 C823 C824 C825 C826 C827 C828 C2201 C2202 C2203 C2204 C2205 C2206 C2207 C2208 C2209 C2210 C2212 C2213 C2214 C2215 C2216 C2301 C2302 C2303 C2304 C2307 C2311 C2312 PART NO. SWITCHING DIODE DIODE DIODE DIODE DIODE DIODE DIODE DIODE.047UF-J-50V ECEA1HN010UB CAP.E 100UF/16V CAP. ZENER DIODE.C 4700PF-Z-500V ECKWAE472ZED CAP.E 4.1UF-K-16V CAP.E 100UF-35V CAP. ZENER DIODE.E 4.015UF-M-250VAC ECQU2A153MVA CAP.E 100UF-25V CAP. SWITCHING DIODE. SWITCHING DIODE.7UF-50V CAP. SWITCHING DIODE DIODE. ZENER ECKR3A821KBP CAP.C .30 - .E 1000UF/16V CAP.E 1UF-50V CAP.E 10UF-16V CAP.E 220UF-16V CAP.015UF-M-250VAC ECA1CM101B ECJ2VF1H103Z ECA1HM471B EEUMG2C221S ECA1CM221B ECA160V33UE ECA1HM4R7B ECA1HM2R2B ECA1HM4R7B AP106K016CAE ECA1HMR33B AP335K016CAE ECJ2VB1C104K ECJ2VB1C104K ECJ2VB1C104K ECA1HMR47B ECA1CM101B EEANA1E100B ECJ2VC1H100D ECA1VM102E ECA1EM101B ECA1EM100B ECA1CM102B ECA1VM102E ECA1EM101B ECA1CM100B ECA1CM102B ECA1CM100B ECA1CM100B ECA1HM4R7B ECA1HM0R1B ECA1HM010B CAP.E 1000UF-35V CAP.C .E .C .E 100UF-25V CAP.7UF-50V CAP. MPU/VCJ IC. EEPROM 094-01 INTEGRATED CIRCUITS Parts List .E 1UF/50V ECEA1HN010UB CAP.47UF-50V CAP. SWITCHING DIODE.E 470UF/160V CAP. RECTIFIER DIODE DIODE. SWITCHING DIODE DIODE.T 10UF/16V CAP.E 470UF-50V CAP. ECA1HM010B ECJ2VF1H103Z ECJ2VF1H103Z MA165TA5VT MA4330HTA MA4068MTA ERA15-01V3 MA4047MTA MA165TA5VT MA165TA5VT MA4047MTA AS01V0 D1NL20UV70 AU02V0 RS3FS BYD33G-113 AU02V0 MA165TA5VT MA165TA5VT MA152KTX MA152KTX MA152KTX MA2360B D3SBA60-4103 TAP4GA0006 SARS01V1 AG01V0 AG01V0 AG01V0 MA4068MTA MA165TA5VT MA4047HTA RN1ZLF-B1 S3L60P154004 D1NL20UV70 MA4068MTA MA165TA5VT MA165TA5VT MA165TA5VT MA4091MTA MA3110MTX MA3110MTX MA3110MTX MA3110MTX MA3110MTX XBA2A00101 M65580MAP101 TVR2AJ092 DESCRIPTION CAP.01UF-K-400V CAP.E .E 1UF-50V ECKR3A221KBP CAP.E 10UF-16V CAP.C .T 3.C 10PF-D-50V CAP. DESCRIPTION REF NO.P .01UF-Z-50V CAP.C 4700PF-Z-500V ECKWAE472ZED CAP.P .33UF-50V CAP.C 470PF-K-50V DIODES DIODE.C .E 1UF/50V PARTS LIST C2313 C2314 C2317 C2320 C2330 C2350 C3001 C3012 FUSES FUSE 6.C 220PF-K-1KV ECKR3A471KBP CAP.E 10UF-25V CAP.P .2UF-50V CAP.C 820PF-K-1KV ECQU2A224MVA CAP.E 0.

2SC1473A 2SB709ARTX 2SB709ARTX 2SB709ARTX 2SD601ARTX 2SD601ARTX 2SD601ARTX 2SB709ARTX 2SB709ARTX 2SC3063RL 2SC3063RL 2SC3063RL 2SD601ARTX 2SD601ARTX 2SD601ARTX 2SD601ARTX 2SD601ARTX 2SD601ARTX 2SC4212HLB 2SD601ARTX 2SD601ARTX 2SD2539LBMA1 2SB709ARTX 2SD601ARTX 2SC1685QRSTA 2SA564AQRSTA 2SD1266PLB 2SA1767QTA 2SB1011QRL 2SB709ARTX TSEH0005 ERJ6GEYJ102V ERJ6GEYJ105V ERJ6GEYJ562V ERDS2TJ101T ERJ6GEYJ471V ERJ6GEYJ471V ERJ6GEYJ472V ERJ6GEYJ682V ERJ6GEYJ682V ERJ6GEYJ473V ERJ6GEYJ202V ERJ6GEYJ221V ERJ6GEYJ221V ERJ6GEYJ681V ERJ6GEYJ681V ERJ6GEYJ681V ERJ6GEYJ101V ERJ6GEYJ101V DESCRIPTION TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR COILS EMI FILTER EMI FILTER EMI FILTER EMI FILTER FERRITE BEAD FERRITE BEAD COIL. AUDIO AMP REF NO.M 680-J-1/10W RES. 5V IC. VOLTAGE REGULATOR. 5V. PEAKING 2.M 100-J-1/10W Parts List TRANSISTORS TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR 094-01 . Q009 Q050 Q051 Q052 Q053 Q054 Q055 Q090 Q092 Q351 Q352 Q353 Q354 Q355 Q356 Q451 Q452 Q453 Q501 Q505 Q520 Q551 Q605 Q606 Q751 Q752 Q753 Q820 Q830 Q2350 RL801 R001 R003 R004 R006 R007 R008 R009 R010 R011 R012 R013 R014 R016 R017 R018 R019 R021 R022 PART NO. MTS DECODER IC. PEAKING 2. PEAKING 2.2UH FERRITE BEAD COIL. CHOKE FERRITE BEAD COIL. VOLTAGE REGULATOR. PEAKING 4. PEAKING 10UH COIL.7UH RELAYS RELAY RESISTORS RES.7K-J-1/10W RES.M 5. HALFTONE IC.31 - PARTS LIST . 3. PEAKING COIL. HORIZONTAL LINEARIT COIL. AUDIO AMP IC. PEAKING 12UH COIL 22UH COIL. PEAKING 2.2UH FERRITE BEAD COIL.2UH COIL.3V IC. VOLTAGE REGULATOR.M 100-J-1/10W RES. PEAKING COIL.M 2K-J-1/10W RES. V-OUT IC.M 220-J-1/10W RES. When replacing any of these components use only manufacturer’s specified parts. 9V IC.M 6. STBY IC. PEAKING 18UH FERRITE BEAD FERRITE BEAD COIL. PEAKING 33UH COIL. PIC-37042SR PQ1R33 MN1280R TC74HC4066AL LA7838 AN78M09LB AN78M05LB AN78M05LB STRG5624 AN5829S-E1V AN17800A AN17800A EXCEMT332DT EXCEMT332DT EXCEMT332DT EXCEMT332DT EXCELSA35T EXCELDR35V TLUABTA2R2K TLUABTA2R2K EXCELSA24T TLUABTA470K EXCELSA35V ELESN330JA ELESN330JA ELESN180KA EXCELSA35T EXCELSA35V TLUABTA100K TLUABTA150K EXCELSA24T TLUABTA2R2K EXCELSA35V TLUABTA2R2K TLTABT101K TLUABTA2R2K EXCELSA39V ELH5L7115 ELC18B301L EXCELDR35V ELF20N020A ELEIN470KA ELESN120JA ELEIE220KA ELESN4R7JA 2SD601ARTX 2SB709ARTX 2SB709ARTX 2SB709ARTX DESCRIPTION IC.C 100-J-1/4W RES.M 47K-J-1/10W RES.6K-J-1/10W RES.2UH COIL.M 4.8K-J-1/10W RES. IR RECEIVER IC. RESET IC. POWER SUPPLY IC.M 6. PEAKING 47UH FERRITE BEAD COIL.M 680-J-1/10W RES. PEAKING 2. VOLTAGE REGULATOR.2UH FERRITE BEAD COIL.8K-J-1/10W RES.M 470-J-1/10W RES.M 470-J-1/10W RES.M 1K-J-1/10W RES.M 220-J-1/10W RES.M 1M-J-1/10W RES.M 680-J-1/10W RES. IC003 IC005 IC006 IC050 IC451 IC551 IC552 IC553 IC801 IC2201 IC2301 IC2302 LC005 LC007 LC013 LC018 L001 L002 L003 L004 L006 L008 L009 L010 L011 L014 L015 L016 L017 L018 L090 L104 L108 L306 L351 L403 L416 L551 L751 L752 L801 L802 L803 L805 L2350 Q001 Q006 Q007 Q008 PART NO. PEAKING 15UH FERRITE BEAD COIL.REPLACEMENT PARTS LIST Models: CT-32G6E/CE/UE Important Safety Notice: Components printed in BOLD TYPE have special characteristics important for safety. 2UH COIL. PEAKING 33UH COIL. REF NO.

7K-J-1/10W RES.2K-J-1/10W RES.M 2.C 47-J-1/4W RES.3K-J-1/10W RES.M 2.M 4.32 - .M 510-F-1/10W RES.C 1.7K-J-1/10W RES.8K-J-1/10W RES.5-J-1/2W RES.M 10K-J-1/10W RES.2K-J-1/10W RES.5K-J-1/4W RES.M 470-J-1/10W RES.M 2.2K-J-1/10W RES.42K-F-1/10W RES.M 100-J-1/10W RES.M 10K-J-1/10W RES.M 5.M 2.M 1K-J-1/10W RES.C 1K-J-1/4W RES.M 10K-F-1/10W RES.M 470-J-1/10W RES.6K-J-1/10W RES.42K-F-1/10W RES.M 220-J-1W RES.M 6.7K-J-1/10W RES.M 47K-J-1/10W RES.M 22K-J-1/10W RES.M 68K-J-1/10W RES.M 100-J-1/10W RES.M 3.42K-F-1/10W RES.C 2.M 2.9K-J-2W RES.M 1.M 15K-J-1/10W RES.7K-J-1/2W RES.M 10K-J-1/10W RES.M 2.M 22K-J-1/10W RES.6K-J-1/10W RES.C 1.C 2.M 510-F-1/10W RES.6K-J-1/10W RES.9K-J-1/10W RES.M 100-J-1/10W RES.M 12K-J-2W 094-01 PARTS LIST R359 R360 R361 R362 R363 R364 R365 R381 .2K-F-1/10W RES.M 47K-J-1/10W RES.M 100-J-1/10W RES.7K-J-1/2W RES.2K-F-1/10W RES.M 10K-J-1/10W RES.M 27K-J-1/10W RES.M 1K-J-1/10W RES.7K-J-1/10W RES.7K-F-1/10W RES.M 470-F-1/10W RES.56-K-1W RES.M 12K-J-2W RES.M 18K-J-1/10W RES.C 2.M 47K-J-1/10W RES.C 1. R023 R024 R028 R029 R032 R033 R034 R035 R036 R037 R038 R039 R040 R041 R042 R044 R045 R046 R062 R063 R064 R064 R066 R067 R068 R069 R070 R071 R072 R078 R081 R090 R092 R093 R202 R351 R352 R353 R354 R355 R356 R357 R358 PART NO.M 2.7K-J-1/10W RES.M 1K-J-1/10W RES.M 36K-J-1/10W RES. ERJ6GEYJ102V ERJ6GEYJ562V ERJ6GEYJ472V ERJ6GEYJ472V ERJ6ENF1002V ERJ6GEYJ222V ERJ6GEYJ222V ERJ6GEYJ332V ERJ6GEYJ562V ERJ6GEYJ103V ERJ6GEYJ223V ERJ6GEYJ102V ERJ6GEYJ223V ERJ6GEYJ153V ERJ6GEYJ392V ERJ6GEYJ103V ERJ6GEYJ101V ERJ6GEYJ102V ERJ6GEYJ102V ERJ6GEYJ102V ERJ6GEYJ102V ERJ6GEYJ272V ERJ6GEYJ272V ERJ6GEYJ272V ERJ6GEYJ182V ERJ6GEYJ682V ERJ6GEYJ102V ERJ6GEYJ102V ERJ6GEYJ102V ERJ6GEYJ103V ERJ6GEYJ103V ERJ6GEYJ471V ERJ6GEYJ473V ERJ6GEYJ331V ERJ6GEYJ751V ERG2FJ123H ERG2FJ123H ERG2FJ123H ERDS1TJ272T ERDS1TJ272T ERDS1TJ272T ERJ6ENF5100V ERJ6ENF5100V ERJ6ENF5100V ERJ6ENF4700V ERJ6ENF4700V ERJ6ENF4700V ERJ6GEYJ101V ERJ6GEYJ101V ERJ6GEYJ101V ERJ6GEYJ101V Parts List DESCRIPTION RES.8K-J-1/10W RES.M 47K-J-1/10W RES.M 2.M 470-F-1/10W RES.9K-J-1/10W RES.M 3.C 1.F . R382 R383 R384 R385 R386 R387 R388 R389 R390 R391 R392 R392 R451 R454 R455 R456 R457 R458 R459 R460 R462 R463 R464 R465 R466 R467 R468 R469 R471 R472 R475 R502 R504 R505 R506 R507 R508 R510 R511 R512 R520 R521 R531 R532 R533 R551 R552 R556 R557 R558 R559 PART NO.M 27-J-1/10W RES. REF NO.M 330-J-1/10W RES.M 2.M 39K-J-1/10W RES.M 5.7K-J-1/2W RES.M 1K-J-1/10W RES.M 1K-J-1/10W RES.M 1.M 100-J-1/10W REF NO.M 5.4K-J-3W RES.M 10K-J-1/10W RES.M 1K-J-1/10W RES.M 2.M 2.M 12K-J-2W RES.2K-F-1/10W RES. ERJ6GEYJ101V ERJ6GEYJ101V ERJ6ENF2701V ERJ6ENF4421V ERJ6ENF1201V ERJ6ENF2701V ERJ6ENF4421V ERJ6ENF1201V ERJ6ENF2701V ERJ6ENF4421V ERJ6ENF1201V ERJ6GEYJ102V ERDS1FJ1R2P ERJ6GEYJ393V ERJ6GEYJ183V ERJ6GEYJ273V ERJ6GEYJ392V ERJ6GEYJ363V ERJ6GEYJ683V ERDS2TJ102T ERJ6GEYJ473V ERJ6GEYJ473V ERDS1FJ1R5P ERJ6GEYJ183V ERJ6GEYJ683V ERJ6GEYJ104V ERJ6GEYJ103V ERJ6GEYJ270V ERJ6GEYJ223V ERJ6GEYJ473V ERJ6GEYJ471V ERJ6GEYJ562V ERDS2TJ152T ERJ6GEYJ222V ERJ6GEYJ333V ERJ6GEYJ103V ERJ6GEYJ103V ERG3FJ272H ERG3FJ242H ERG2FJ392H ERJ6GEYJ471V ERJ6GEYJ272V ERD25FJ470P ERJ6ENF1002V ERJ6ENF1651V ERDS1FJ1R0T ERDS1FJ1R0T ERG1SJ221P ERJ6GEYJ103V ERQ1CKPR56S ERG2FJ683H DESCRIPTION RES.M 10K-J-1/10W RES.REPLACEMENT PARTS LIST Models: CT-32G6E/CE/UE Important Safety Notice: Components printed in BOLD TYPE have special characteristics important for safety.2-J-1/2W RES.M 1K-J-1/10W RES.M 10K-J-1/10W RES.M 22K-J-1/10W RES.7K-J-1/10W RES.M 4.M 4.M 4.M 4.7K-J-3W RES.M 470-J-1/10W RES.M 1.M 18K-J-1/10W RES.M 470-F-1/10W RES.M 33K-J-1/10W RES.M 12K-J-2W RES.M 68K-J-1/10W RES.M 3.M 100-J-1/10W RES.M 10K-J-1/10W RES.M 2.M 510-F-1/10W RES.0-J-1/2W RES.M 100-J-1/10W RES.7K-F-1/10W RES.M 1K-J-1/10W RES.M 100K-J-1/10W RES.7K-F-1/10W RES. When replacing any of these components use only manufacturer’s specified parts.M 1.M 750-J-1/10W RES.M 1.M 1K-J-1/10W RES.65K-F-1/10W RES.M 3.M 1K-J-1/10W RES.0-J-1/2W RES.M 10K-F-1/10W RES.C 1.

7K-J-1/4W RES. REF NO.0-F-1/10W RES.M 68K-J-1/10W RES.C 100-J-1/4W RES.M 100-J-1/10W RES. R2350 R2351 R2352 R2353 R2354 R2355 R2356 R2357 R2365 R2370 R3001 R3005 R3007 R3008 R3009 R3010 R3011 R3013 R3014 R3050 R3051 PART NO. FLYBACK TRANSFORMER CRYSTAL OSCILLATOR CRYSTAL OSCILLATOR ERC12ZGM825D RES.M 75. YOKE CONVERGENCE CORRECTOR STRIP Parts List 094-01 .M 10K-J-1/10W TNR001 M001 M002 M003 M004 M005 M006 DY M007 DEG M008 M009 M010 ENG36604G EUR501450 UR50EC1190A TSX2AA0111 TMW2A97121 M80JUA061X TJSC00300 TLY2AA008 JH291U-009 TSP2AA007 TXF3A01AFRA TMM2A30702 0FMK014ZZ T551 T801 X001 X002 KFT5AA370F ETS35AA5E3NC TSSA092 AF080005BE T501 TLH15452 S001 S002 S003 S004 S005 S008 S009 EVQPF106K EVQPF106K EVQPF106K EVQPF106K EVQPF106K EVQPF106K EVQPF106K REF NO. HORIZONTAL DRIVER TRANSFORMER.C 2.M 10K-J-1/10W RES.C 18K-J-1/4W RES.C 3.M 27K-J-1/10W RES.8K-J-1/10W RES.8K-J-1/10W RES.F .M 1.C 4.M 68-J-3W RES.C 56K-J-1/4W RES.C 27K-J-1/4W RES.0-J-1/2W RES.M 5.C 680K-J-1/4W RES.C 10K-J-1/4W RES.M 75.C 2. ERDS2TJ391T ERJ6GEYJ562V ERJ6GEYJ683V ERJ6GEYJ124V ERJ6GEYJ123V ERJ6GEYJ222V ERJ6GEYJ101V ERJ6GEYJ472V ERDS2TJ102T ERJ6GEYJ103V ERDS2TJ101T ERJ6GEYJ334V ERDS2TJ151T ERJ6GEYJ151V ERJ6GEYJ682V ERJ6GEYJ334V ERJ6GEYJ682V ERJ6ENF75R0V ERJ6ENF75R0V ERJ6GEYJ101V ERJ6GEYJ101V DESCRIPTION RES.C 680-J-1/4W RES.C 1K-J-1/4W RES.M 220K-J-1/10W RES.18-J-2W RES.M 1K-J-1/10W RES.7K-J-1/4 RES.C 1. REMOTE CONTROL AC LINE CORD STRAIN RELIEF: AC LINE CORD CRT 32” YOKE.M 1K-J-1/10W RES.M 120K-J-1/10W RES.0-F-1/10W RES.C 10K-J-1/4W RES.9-J-2W RES. CONVERGENCE COIL.M 1K-J-2W RES.C 6.2K-J-1/4W CONTROL 5K CONTROL 10K RES.M 2.7K-J-1/10W RES.M 1K-J-1/10W RES. When replacing any of these components use only manufacturer’s specified parts.M 15-J-1W RES.6K-J-1/10W RES. DAG GND WEDGE.6K-J-1/10W RES.7-J-1/4W RES.5-K-7W RES.C 2. R561 R562 R563 R572 R605 R606 R607 R608 R752 R753 R754 R755 R756 R757 R758 R759 R760 R761 R762 R763 R764 R765 R766 R767 R768 R801 R802 R803 R804 R805 R806 R807 R808 R809 R815 R821 R822 R823 R824 R825 R828 R830 R831 R850 R2201 R2203 R2204 R2205 R2206 R2301 R2307 PART NO.C 2.C 1.M 5.3K-J-1/10W RES.7K-J-1/4W RES.M 100-J-1/10W RES.M .C 390-J-1/4W RES.2MEG-M-1/2 CRYSTALS/FILTERS OTHERS TUNER REMOTE CONTROL BATTERY COVER.C 100K-J-1/4W RES.F 10-J-2W RES.M 6.56-J-1/2W RES.C 22K-J-1/4W RES.56-J-2W RES.M 100K-J-1/10W RES.C 10K-J-1/4W RES.M 330K-J-1/10W RES.M 5. DEGAUSSING 32” ASSY.M 100K-J-2W RES.M 12K-J-1/10W RES.W 1.M 100-J-1/10W RES.7K-J-1/4W RES.C 4.M 4.6K-J-1/4W RES.M .S 8.C 2.0-J-1/2W RES.C 1.F 3.M 330K-J-1/10W RES.C 150-J-1/4W RES.7K-J-1/2W RES.8K-J-1/4W RES. DEFLECTION YOKE.REPLACEMENT PARTS LIST Models: CT-32G6E/CE/UE Important Safety Notice: Components printed in BOLD TYPE have special characteristics important for safety.M 150-J-1/10W RES.M 6.8K-J-1/4W RES.33 - PARTS LIST CRT SOCKET .2K-J-1/10W RES.6K-J-3W RES.C 33K-J-1/4W RES.M 100-J-1/10W SWITCHES SWITCH SWITCH SWITCH SWITCH SWITCH SWITCH SWITCH TRANSFORMERS TRANSFORMER. ERG2FJ102H ERG3FJ680H ERG1SJ150P ERJ6GEYJ132V ERDS2TJ103T ERJ6GEYJ562V ERJ6GEYJ102V ERJ6GEYJ104V ERDS2TJ333T ERDS2TJ103T ERG3FJ562 ERDS2TJ563T ERDS2TJ103T ERDS2TJ224T ERDS2TJ273T ERDS2TJ222T EVND8AA03B53 EVND8AA03B14 ERDS2TJ182T ERDS2TJ183T ERDS2TJ154T ERDS2TJ272T ERDS2TJ362T ERDS2TJ272T ERQ2CJP100S ERF7ZK1R5 ERDS2TJ684T ERG2FJ100H ERG2FJ104H ERX2FZJR18H ERX2FJR56H ERDS2TJ681T ERDS2TJ4R7T ERDS2TJ472T ERDS1FJ1R0T ERDS1FJ1R0T ERDS1FJ272T ERDS2TJ223T ERDS2TJ272T ERJ6GEYJ104V ERDS2TJ104T ERDS2TJ682T ERQ12HJR56P ERJ6GEYJ224V ERJ6GEYJ102V ERJ6GEYJ102V ERJ6GEYJ101V ERJ6GEYJ273V ERQ2CJP3R9S ERJ6GEYJ103V DESCRIPTION RES.M 100K-J-1/10W RES.C 220K-J-1/4W RES.C 150K-J-1/4W RES.M 10K-J-1/2W RES.

CABINET FRONT Badge Panasonic. OWNERS REMOTE GUIDE V-CHIP MANUAL DESCRIPTION M012 M013 M014 M015 M016 TXFKU15ESER TAS2AA0005 TBM2AA0021 TBX2AA1001AG TKP2AA00601 CT-32G6E/UE CT-32G6CE DESCRIPTION OF ABBREVIATIONS GUIDE RESISTOR TYPE C F M S W Carbon Fuse Metal Oxide Solid Wire Wound F J K M G CAPACITOR TYPE C E P S T Ceramic Electrolytic Polyester Styrol Tantalum C D F J K L M P Z TOLERANCE ± 1% ± 5% ± 10% ± 20% ± 2% TOLERANCE ± 0. PANASONIC BUTTON. JACK A/V TERMINAL. 7-KEY SMOKED SHEET REF NO. OWNERS MANUAL.068UF-K-50V PARTS LIST Parts List . Nameplate.34 - 094-01 . Cab. When replacing any of these components use only manufacturer’s specified parts. Front 32”. Guide IR. Cab. TKX2A3753 TJB2A9064B TJB2AA0171 TQB2AA0375-1 TQB2AA0395-1 TQB2AA7057 TQB2AA7108 GUIDE. IR ASSY. P . M011 PART NO.REPLACEMENT PARTS LIST Models: CT-32G6E/CE/UE Important Safety Notice: Components printed in BOLD TYPE have special characteristics important for safety. Back 32” SPEAKER 16-OHM 1. Felt. TXFKY10ESER DESCRIPTION ASSY. S-VHS MANUAL. CABINET BACK Labels. REF NO. Smoked Sheet.5W BADGE. C 270-J-1/4 CAP.25pF ± 0.5pF ± 1pF ± 5% ± 10% ± 15% ± 20% +10% -0% +80% -20% RES. M017 JK3001 JK3003 M018 M019 M020 M021 PART NO. Pad Foam ASSY.

5 IRE black. Coil value notes is inductance in µH. . indicates waveform measurement. Resistors are carbon 1/4W unless noted otherwise. Capacitors are ceramic 50V unless noted otherwise. Test point but no pin . CHIP TRANSISTOR LEAD DESIGNATION B E C SCHEMATIC NOTES 1.) All Picture and Audio adjustments are set to Normalize. Voltage measurement: AC input to the Receiver is 120V. Ground symbol indicates HOT GROUND CONNECTION. TV ANT/CABLE . 100 IRE white and 7. 1. Some voltage reading will vary with signal strength and picture content.) 3. Test point indicated by . Taken with an NTSC signal generator connected to the antenna terminal. 8. 3. indicates COLD GROUND. Ground symbol shown on waveform number indicates (Hot) ground lead connection of the Oscilloscope.5 IRE black. Components indicated with are critical parts and replacement should be made with manufacture specified replacement parts only. NOTE: All other component symbols are used for engineering design purposes. WHEN SERVICING IT IS ESSENTIAL THAT ONLY MANUFACTURERS SPECIFIED PARTS BE USED FOR THE CRITICAL COMPONENTS DESIGNATED WITH A IN THE SCHEMATIC. 5. NTSC (HD. VOLTAGE MEASUREMENTS 1. Volume is set to “MIN”. All video and color waveforms are taken with a wideband scope and a probe with low capacitance (10 to 1).(Set-Up Menu) in TV/ANT Mode Volume . CAUTION: Incorrect ground connection of the test equipment will result in erroneous readings.TV position Audio Mode . Ground symbol indicates ground lead connection of meter. 7. Customer Controls (Picture/Audio Menu) are set to Normalize. 5. (BOLD LINE) indicates the route of B+ supply. 3 WAVEFORM MEASUREMENTS 4. TV/Video SW . 2. Supply voltages are nominal. 6. Incorrect ground connection will result in erroneous readings. Shape and peak altitudes may vary depending on the type of Oscilloscope used and its settings. 1125i & 525P when applicable) signal generator is connected to the antenna of the Receiver. - - 2. . FIRE AND ELECTRICAL SHOCK HAZARDS. The schematic diagrams are current at the time of printing and are subject to change without notice.) 2.General Notes IMPORTANT SAFETY NOTICE THIS SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM INCORPORATES SPECIAL FEATURES THAT ARE IMPORTANT FOR PROTECTION FROM X-RADIATION. (NTSC color bar pattern of 8 bars of EIA colors. (Measurement can be taken at the best accessible location in common to the indicated point.Min. (Color bar pattern of 100 IRE white and 7.Stereo Voltage readings are nominal and may vary ±10% on active devices. 4.35 - PARTS LIST CAUTION: Incorrect ground connection of the test equipment will result in erroneous readings.

se obtendrán mediciones equivocadas y podría dañar el equipo de medición. Medición de voltaje: El voltaje de entrada al Receptor es de 120V de Corriente Alterna. Posteriormente el nivel de volumen se ajusta al mínimo. (La medición puede hacerse en el punto con mayor accesibilidad. El símbolo indica que es una conexión a Tierra Caliente y el símbolo indica conexión a Tierra Fría. El símbolo de tierra que aparece junto al número de la forma de onda. Las formas de onda de Video y Color fueron tomadas con un osciloscopio de 3 banda alta y con un punta de prueba de baja capacitancia (10 a 1). (Patrón de Barras de Colores con 100 IREs para el Blanco y 7.36 - . Los puntos de prueba en la terminal de algún componente son indicados por Los puntos de prueba fuera de los componentes se indican con . MEDICIÓN DE FORMAS DE ONDA 1. NOTA: Los demas símbolos componentes incluidos usados con fines de diseño. Los diagramas eléctricos están sujetos a cambio sin previo aviso. 2. QUEMADURAS Y DESCARGAS ELÉCTRICAS. formato NTSC de 100 IREs para el Blanco y 7. 7. Un generador de patrones con formato NTSC se conecta a la entrada de la antena. en la opción ANTENA. Se midieron utilizando un generador con formato NTSC conectado a la terminal de la antena.5 IREs para el Negro. Las lecturas de los voltajes pueden variar por la potencia de la señal y el contenido de la imagen. La forma y amplitud de las ondas puede variar según el tipo de osciloscopio que se utilice y sus características. 5. CUANDO SE DE SERVICIO ES IMPORTANTE USAR PARA REEMPLAZO DE COMPONENTES CRITICOS. LOS COMPONENTES CRITICOS ESTAN SEÑALADOS EN LOS DIAGRAMAS POR EL SIMBOLO . .General Notes NOTA DE SEGURIDAD LOS DIAGRAMAS ELÉCTRICOS INCLUYEN CARACTERÍSTICAS ESPECIALES MUY IMPORTANTES PARA LA PROTECCIÓN CONTRA RAYOS-X. Los componentes señalados con el símbolo son considerados componentes críticos y deben ser reemplazados sólo con las partes especificadas por el fabricante. En el Menú Set-Up. El valor indicado de las Bobinas es la inductancia expresada en µH. Un símbolo como indica el punto para medir una señal.) Los ajustes de los Menus Picture y Audio se normalizan. (LINEA GRUESA) indica las líneas de alimentación de los Voltajes B+. 2. Seleccionar modo Estereo del Audio. se obtendrán mediciones equivocadas y podría dañar el equipo de medición. El símbolo indica el tipo de tierra que se utiliza en la conexión del medidor. indica que se utiliza conexión a Tierra Caliente en el extremo negativo de la punta de prueba. Los ajustes de usuario de los Menus PICTURE y AUDIO se normalizaron. de son MEDICIÓN DE VOLTAJES 1.5 IREs para el Negro. De los modos TV y Video. - PRECAUCION: SI no se utiliza la conexión a la tierra adecuada. Las mediciones de los voltajes son nominales y pueden variar hasta 10% en componentes en funcionamiento. El nivel de Volumen se minimiza. 5. Las fuentes de voltajes son nominales.) 3. (Patrón de 8 Barras de Colores EAI.) 2. SOLO PARTES ESPECIFICADAS POR EL FABRICANTES. IDENTIFICACIÓN DE TERMINALES PARA TRANSISTORES EN CHIP B E C NOTAS DE LOS DIAGRAMAS 1. 8. seleccionar el modo TV. 4. 6. 3. Las Resistencias son de Carbón de 1/4W. 4. PARTS LIST PRECAUCION: Si no se utiliza la conexión a la tierra adecuada. a menos que se indique otra característica. se selecciona el modo de CABLE. Los Capacitores son de Cerámica para 50V. a menos que se indique otra característica. siempre que sea común al indicado.

10 6.87 141.DIAGRAMA ELÉCTRICO.C-BOARD SCHEMATIC.51 Q353 6. . LAYOUT & VOLTAGES -.49 Q354 B C E 3.37 - . • La medición de los voltajes se hizo con un Voltímetro Digital.88 2.95 2.97 139.90 6. CHIP TRANSISTOR LEAD DESIGNATION B E C IDENTIFICACIÓN DE TERMINALES PARA TRANSISTORES EN CHIP B E C Q351 B C E 6.12 6.50 6. • Obtain voltages with a digital multimeter.55 Q356 3. • The board layouts were modified to enhance and display traces otherwise hidden by a mask. CIRCUITO IMPRESO Y VOLTAJES TARJETA C C-BOARD -.56 Q352 6.50 Notas: • Verifique los números de parte de los componentes y sus valores en la lista de partes.99 2.06 6.51 Q355 3.94 140.04 6.TARJETA C Notes: • Check Parts List for most recent component values and part numbers.

DIAGRAMA ELÉCTRICO TARJETA A SECCIÓN IZQUIERDA .A-BOARD -.TARJETA A A-BOARD SCHEMATIC LEFT PORTION -.38 - .

DIAGRAMA ELÉCTRICO TARJETA A SECCIÓN DERECHA A-BOARD -.39 - .A-BOARD SCHEMATIC RIGHT PORTION -.TARJETA A CHIP TRANSISTOR LEAD DESIGNATION B E C IDENTIFICACIÓN DE TERMINALES PARA TRANSISTORES EN CHIP B E C .

. ... .. . . . . .2.n. . . 1.91 IC801 . . . 0..2. ..n. 18. . . .20 . . . . . .97 4. 4. . .69 Q452 0. . .16 .2. . . . .. . n. . 8. . . . 2.2. . . . . . .80 130.60 0. .59 . .... 4. . .65 .. .n. .. ..51 .98 4. .00 GND Q053 B C E 0. .. . . . .. .. . .4. . .01 GND n. . .4.00 11. . .71 . .26 . . .98 4...47 . .37 4. . . . .. . . . .c 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 IC2301 ...62 ... .01 IC006 1 . ..2.. .76 4. .59 0.62 . . 4. .. . . . GND .35 . . . ..79 GND 2. . . . .20 . 2...96 4.45 . . . .69 . .. . . .36 89. . . .c .. . .. . .80 127. GND 3 .. . . . .0... . .39 n. . . . 3. . . . .4.98 0.00 2. 8. .. . ..01 .. . . . . . .. . . .. . . ... . .. . . . .00 .34 . . . GND GND GND GND 4. . GND 3 . . . . .10 . . .... .98 1. . . .n. .97 . . .67 . .99 Q605 4. ..46 4. ...43 . ... 32. .00 GND Q606 0. .1. . 13. ..69 . 193.. .28 2.00 -31. . . 2. .00 GND Q092 8. .. . .70 .18 . . . . .66 . . . .2. . ...86 GND Q009 0. .42 .2....04 Q551 0... . . 12. .79 . . . . ..95 0. ..40 4. . . . 5. .. . . . . .67 1 2 3 4 5 IC551 1 .71 .. . 24. .15 . . .. 3.98 GND 2. . .GND . . . . 4.00 . .80 . . . . . ... . . . . .76 4.. . .. . .00 2. . . .TARJETA A A-BOARD VOLTAGES -. . .4.. GND .. .68 GND 3. GND . . . .. 2. ..00 0. .96 1.99 IC451 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 . .23 .97 2 .. GND . .91 .98 .. . . .. .. 8.98 3 . . . . . .01 IC553 1 ..37 .. 3. . .46 4. . . . . ..00 0. . 5. GND . . . . 0. . 2. . . . .97 GND 2. . .. . ... .73 IC003 1 .0. . .32 1. .. . .4. . . .. . . .40 Q2350 6. . . .16 0. . .17 4. ..40 - . . .. GND Q001 B C E 0....18 2. . . . .4. . n... .99 .00 5. . .92 . ..2. .35 . . .00 ..41 . . .69 . .. . . . . . .00 4.05 0.. .. .98 .c .00 . . .36 . .09 ..01 2. . .45 0.4.. .VOLTAJES TARJETA A IC001 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 . . .16 . . . .1. . .. . . .. . . . . . .. . . .92 2. . .GND ..00 . .81 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 IC2201 .20 0. . . .95 ... . . .01 Q050 4. ..c 0. . .47 . . 2. ..c . . . .2.. . .00 3.. 2... GND .33 Q055 0. . .43 .98 2..n. . ..3. . .81 . . 14. . .00 4.c .21 . . . . . .00 8. . ..00 4.c . ..GND . . ..80 . .2. .70 Q052 4. .. .00 1. 2. . .97 0..17 .A-BOARD -. ...06 . . .. . . GND .31 Q090 1.. .16 GND 2..85 . GND 3 . . 0...00 . 3. . . .66 GND Q830 129. 2. . . .. . . GND . . . . . .. n..2... . . .. ..39 .. .68 . . GND . .81 IC2302 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 . .26 . . . . . . .2. 0. . . 8. . 2. 0. . . . .. .97 4..96 0. . . .97 2. 3.69 . .26 GND 5..67 .67 Q453 0.. . . .. . . .00 4. . . . 3. . . . . . . . . . 0.00 2 .17 . . . 3. . . . ..n.20 . . . .94 4. . .21 ..21 .00 5.95 .. .59 GND 3. . . 3. .95 IC552 1 .. . . . . .. . . . . 3. . . 24. . ....10 GND Q006 2.. . . .c .. . ..47 ..c . . .97 . . 2.49 41 42 43 44 45 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 . .2.52 . . .98 GND 2. 4. .17 n.. . . .. .68 GND Q051 4. . . .90 . .65 GND 3.1. .15 GND 4.55 . . .2. . ..00 5. .. .. . 13. 4. .97 . . . . .65 Q520 1. . . ...41 . . .1. . . . .. n...c 0. . .. 2. .00 4. 16...96 2 .. GND .. . .99 .. .... . 18.68 Q505 2. 2.. . . . .. 0... . . .0. . . .4. . . .40 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 IC002 . .c 3.32 . . .c . . . . . . ..31 GND 2. . . 8. . . . . . . . . GND 3 . .. . .16 . .. . . . . . .00 4. . . 4. .45 ..93 . .60 Q008 2.30 0. . . . . . . . .. .24 . . .2. . .00 130. 4.GND . .98 . .. ... . .. . .. .32 Q007 2.c . . .c . . . . .. . .c . ... .91 . . . . . . 5.... . . GND . .29 . .. . .. . 2. . 2.59 . .. .00 4. . . . . . .01 2 .. . 8. . 3. .97 0... ..2. . . . 0. . . . . .99 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 IC050 ..n.. .. .01 2.49 GND Q820 130.. .. 12.98 IC005 1 2 3 4 5 6 . . . .c . . ..24 Q054 0. 1..98 . . . . . n. . ...3.. .59 Q451 0.. ... . GND 4.80 . ..0.00 2 . .95 . . . . 16. . . .. . .. .97 0. ... .. . 2.59 Q501 B C E 0. . 4. .. 8. . . . . . . 4. . . n.

0V p-p [20µs] Q501 Collector (H DRIVE) IDENTIFICACIÓN DE TERMINALES PARA TRANSISTORES EN CHIP 3 0. La forma y amplitud de las ondas puede variar según el tipo de osciloscopio que se utilice y sus características. Volume is set to “MIN”. WHEN SERVICING IT IS ESSENTIAL THAT ONLY MANUFACTURERS SPECIFIED PARTS BE USED FOR THE CRITICAL COMPONENTS DESIGNATED WITH A IN THE SCHEMATIC. PRECAUCION: Si no se utiliza la conexión a la tierra adecuada.6 p-p [20µs] IC001 PIN 24 (C IN) 1. SOLO PARTES ESPECIFICADAS POR EL FABRICANTES. Las formas de onda de Video y Color fueron tomadas con un osciloscopio de banda alta y con 3 un punta de prueba de baja capacitancia (10 a 1). 5.5V p-p [20µs] IC001 PIN 44 (H PULSE) 16 280.9V p-p [5ms] IC451 PIN 7 (DRIVE) 13 3.) 3. 1. (NTSC color bar pattern of 8 bars of EIA colors.6V p-p [5ms] 11 IC451 PIN 13 (PUMP UP) 112.1V p-p [20µs] IC001 PIN 43 (FB PULSE) 17 3. CUANDO SE DE SERVICIO ES IMPORTANTE USAR PARA REEMPLAZO DE COMPONENTES CRITICOS.3V p-p [20µs] TPA5 (VIDEO) C 5 1.4V p-p [20µs] (G OUT) A11-2 56.0V p-p [20µs] IC001 PIN 22 (Y IN) 6 1.FORMAS DE ONDA TARJETA A WAVEFORMS -. CAUTION: Incorrect ground connection of the test equipment will result in erroneous readings. se obtendrán mediciones equivocadas y podría dañar el equipo de medición.7V p-p [20µs] (R OUT) A11-1 9 1. IMPORTANT SAFETY NOTICE THIS SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM INCORPORATES SPECIAL FEATURES THAT ARE IMPORTANT FOR PROTECTION FROM X-RADIATION. Se midieron utilizando un generador con formato NTSC conectado a la terminal de la antena. Customer Controls (Picture/Audio Menu) are set to Normalize. Posteriormente el nivel de volumen se ajusta al mínimo. Taken with an NTSC signal generator connected to the antenna terminal. (Measurement can be taken at the best accessible location in common to the indicated point.FORMAS DE ONDA dosModels -. 4.4V p-p [20µs] (B OUT) A11-3 31. QUEMADURAS Y DESCARGAS ELÉCTRICAS.20MHz X’tal 4 IC001 PIN 35 ADC OSC 8 9.) 2. .2V p-p [5µs] IC801 PIN 5 2 1.) 3. (La medición puede hacerse en el punto con mayor accesibilidad.5 IRE black. 100 IRE white and 7. (Patrón de 8 Barras de Colores EAI. All video and color waveforms are taken with a wideband scope and a probe with low capacitance (10 to 1).ToAll los Modelos CHIP TRANSISTOR LEAD DESIGNATION B E 1 1. indicates waveform measurement.) 2. Shape and peak altitudes may vary depending on the type of Oscilloscope used and its settings. formato NTSC de 100 IREs para el Blanco y 7. 3 Waveform Measurements 4.2V p-p [5ms] IC451 PIN 2 (VERT IN) 12 5.5 IREs para el Negro.0V p-p [5ms] 10 IC451 PIN 12 (VERT OUT) 14 180. LOS DIAGRAMAS ELÉCTRICOS INCLUYEN CARACTERÍSTICAS ESPECIALES MUY IMPORTANTES PARA LA PROTECCIÓN CONTRA RAYOS-X.0V p-p [5µs] IC801 PIN 1 NOTA DE SEGURIDAD Medición de Formas de Onda 1. Ground symbol shown on waveform number indicates (Hot) ground lead connection of the Oscilloscope. Un símbolo como indica el punto para medir una señal.0V p-p [20µs] Q551 Collector (H OUT) 7 15 B E C 14. Los ajustes de usuario de los Menus PICTURE y AUDIO se normalizaron. indica que se utiliza conexión a Tierra Caliente en el extremo negativo de la punta de prueba. 5.41 - . LOS COMPONENTES CRITICOS ESTAN SEÑALADOS EN LOS DIAGRAMAS POR EL SIMBOLO . El símbolo de tierra que aparece junto al número de la forma de onda. siempre que sea común al indicado.A-BOARD WAVEFORMS -. FIRE AND ELECTRICAL SHOCK HAZARDS.

TARJETAS A Y C A & C-BOARDS LAYOUT -.CIRCUITO IMPRESO DE LAS TARJETAS A Y C .A & C-BOARDS -.42 - .

75 2. LAYOUT & VOLTAGES DIAGRAMA ELÉCTRICO.49 0.97 9.43 - .66 GND .40 12.98 Q753 0.Z-BOARD SCHEMATIC.45 11.TARJETA Z Q751 B C E 2.38 Q752 12. CIRCUITO IMPRESO Y VOLTAJES TARJETA Z Z-BOARD .

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Cont. 33 36 127 20 C18 ACL-THRESHOLD MACROVISION OSD SELECT KILLER ON KILLER OFF KILLER TIME ACC THRESHOLD ACC OFF MUTE TIME 0 ~ 127 0 ~ 127 0 ~ 255 0 ~ 127 N/A N/A N/A Cut-Off Adjustments C14 C15 C16 C17 ACL-COEFF ACL-COEFF ACL-COEFF ACL-WAIT N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A MTS Adjustments 117 94 80 2 9 3 1 6 20 3 17 7 11 FACTORY PRESET FACTORY PRESET FACTORY PRESET FACTORY PRESET FACTORY PRESET FACTORY PRESET FACTORY PRESET FACTORY PRESET FACTORY PRESET FACTORY PRESET FACTORY PRESET FACTORY PRESET FACTORY PRESET 0 0 0 FACTORY PRESET C19 FACTORY PRESET C1A FACTORY PRESET C1B C1C C0 CUT-OFF R 0 ~ 255 0 ~ 255 0 ~ 255 0 ~ 255 0 ~ 255 0 ~ 255 0 ~ 127 0 ~ 127 0 ~ 127 0 ~ 255 --0 ~ 31 0~1 0~7 N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A 0 255 0 255 0 255 80 80 80 127 --16 C1D C1E C1F C1 CUT-OFF G C2 C3 C4 C5 C6 C7 C8 C9 CA CB CC CD CE CF C10 C11 C12 C13 CUT-OFF B C20 R DRIVE G DRIVE B DRIVE V SIZE NOT USED NOT USED HORIZONTAL CENTER ACL HHS OSD SHIFT ACL-REF ACL-REF ACL-REF ACL-REF ACL-REF ACL-REF ACL-COEFF M0 M1 M2 NOT USED NOT USED INPUT LEVEL HIGH-LEVEL SEPARATION LOW-LEVEL SEPARATION AGC ADJ 0 ~ 63 0 ~ 63 0 ~ 15 N/A Options Adjustments 33 25 6 0 FACTORY PRESET M3 S0 1 S1 0 S2 88 74 64 48 40 31 20 124 FACTORY PRESET SHARPNESS PW SHARPNESS OW HALFTONE TVC DELAY TVY DELAY GAMMA VIDEO Y DELAY VIDEO C DELAY COMB BPF COMB 2D COLOR KILLER LEVEL N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A 3 3 0 0 0 13 0 0 0 1 0 FACTORY PRESET FACTORY PRESET FACTORY PRESET FACTORY PRESET FACTORY PRESET FACTORY PRESET FACTORY PRESET FACTORY PRESET FACTORY PRESET FACTORY PRESET FACTORY PRESET S3 FACTORY PRESET S4 FACTORY PRESET S5 FACTORY PRESET S6 FACTORY PRESET S7 FACTORY PRESET S8 FACTORY PRESET S9 FACTORY PRESET SA . Original Value New Value Cut-Off Adjustments. Val. Val. Original Value New Value Mode Service Adjustment Adjustment Range Def. Mode Service Adjustment Adjustment Range Sub Adjustments B0 B1 B2 B3 B4 B5 B6 SUB-COLOR SUB-TINT SUBBRIGHTNESS SUB-CONTRAST R OFFSET YNR YNR LIM Def.SERVICE MODE (ELECTRONIC CONTROL) SERVICE ADJUSTMENT VALUES Model _____________________________________________ Ser #_____________ Date_________________ Note: Record the original settings PRIOR to modifying the registers.47 - .

Printed in USA K01042221ZR0412 . (Black Expansion) FACTORY PRESET FACTORY PRESET FACTORY PRESET FACTORY PRESET N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A 0 0 100 0 20 3 21 30 30 30 5 50 2 PD PE PF THRESHOLD F3 THRESHOLD F3 THRESHOLD OFF3 (EFFECT OFF) THRESHOLD ON1 THRESHOLD ON2 THRESHOLD ON3 CURVE1 CURVE2 CURVE3 RATIO1 RATIO2 RATIO3 N/A N/A N/A 80 1 21 FACTORY PRESET FACTORY PRESET FACTORY PRESET P10 FACTORY PRESET FACTORY PRESET FACTORY PRESET FACTORY PRESET N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A Other Adjustments 37 33 25 3 3 3 0 2 3 FACTORY PRESET P11 P12 P13 FACTORY PRESET FACTORY PRESET FACTORY PRESET FACTORY PRESET FACTORY PRESET FACTORY PRESET FACTORY PRESET FACTORY PRESET FACTORY PRESET P14 FACTORY PRESET FACTORY PRESET P15 P16 P17 P18 FACTORY PRESET FACTORY PRESET VCJ Adjustments (Black Expansion) P0 P1 P2 P3 P4 P5 P6 P7 P8 P9 PA PB PC FORCE BS DET ON/OFF ROM SEL ROM CURVE BS ON/OFF BS TIME CONSTNAT THRESHOLD V THRESHOLD F1 THRESHOLD F1 THRESHOLD OFF1 (EFFECT OFF) THRESHOLD F2 THRESHOLD F2 THRESHOLD OFF2 (EFFECT OFF) N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A 1 1 3 2 1 5 4 129 1 35 99 1 30 X0 FACTORY PRESET AFCT AFCB AFCC CLOCK 0 0 0 0 ~ ~ ~ ~ 127 127 127 255 60 29 42 128 X1 FACTORY PRESET X2 FACTORY PRESET X3 FACTORY PRESET FACTORY PRESET FACTORY PRESET FACTORY PRESET FACTORY PRESET FACTORY PRESET FACTORY PRESET FACTORY PRESET FACTORY PRESET FACTORY PRESET Note: Some adjustments modes may not be available on all models. Mode Service Adjustment Adjustment Range Def. Val.SERVICE MODE. depending on applicability. Val. (ELECTRONIC CONTROL) SERVICE ADJUSTMENT VALUES Model _____________________________________________ Ser #_____________ Date_________________ Note: Record the original settings PRIOR to modifying the registers.) SB SC SD SE SF S10 S11 S12 S13 S14 S15 S16 S17 KILLER THRESHOLD ACC SW ACC AMP OFF1 ACC AMP OFF2 ACC AMP ON ACC AMP CTL BGP POSITION OSD R OSD G OSD B NOISE KILLER TIME NOISE KILLER (ACC) HV TIMING VCJ Adjustments. Original Value New Value Mode Service Adjustment Adjustment Range Def. CONT. Original Value New Value Options Adjustments (Cont. Cont.

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