ADJUSTMENT PRECAUTIONS

(1) In the Service Mode, Key is used to select the mode in the following order.

SERVICE MODE

This model’s setting are adjusted in two different ways: through the I2C bus control and in the conventional analog manner. The adjustments via the I2C bus control include preset-only items and variable data.
MENU button of R/C INFOMATION MODE CUTOFF MODE 50Hz ADJ. MODE SERVICE MODE 1

MENU button of R/C SERVICE MODE 2 (refer to page 5)

1. Setting the service mode by the microprocessor.

MENU button of R/C 60Hz ADJ. MODE

SUB ADJ. MODE

MENU button of R/C

MENU button of R/C OPTION MODE 2 (refer to page 4) OPTION MODE 1 (refer to page 4)

1 When the JA366 and JA367 are short-circuited, enter into the service mode. (Adjustment through the I2C bus control). (Use JWS Key to set as well). 2 Press the CH DOWN / UP key on the remote controller to get ready to select the mode one by one. 3 Press the CH DOWN / UP key on the remote controller to select the modes reversibly one by one. 4 Using the VOLUME UP/ DOWN key on the remote controller, the data can be modified. 5 When the short circuit between the JA366 and JA367 is cut off, it will be released from the service mode.
CUT OFF MODE 3 sec. TIME OUT

2. Factory Presetting.
R-CUT OFF G-CUT OFF B-CUT OFF CUT OFF BKGD MODE "_/__" INITIAL DATA 63 ~ 255 63 LATERAL MODE (R, G, B-CUT OFF) 3 sec. TIME OUT G-DRIVE B-DRIVE

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DATA LENGTH

1 Short JA366 & JA367 and turn on the main power switch. Initial values are automatically preset, only when a new EEPROM is used (Judge with the first 4 bytes). 2 The initial data are preset as listed in page 5 to 6. 3 Make sure whether the data need modify or not (Initial data).
CUT OFF

DRIVE DATA LENGTH 0 ~ 127 INITIAL DATA 63

Note: Once the chassis has been assembly together and ready to be POWER ON for the FIRST TIME, make sure to short JA366 & JA367 to switch to the service mode position first and then turn on the main power switch. (See 2-1 above). 1

Precaution: If haven’t done this initiation, it may possibly generate excessive Beam current.

KEY R-CUT OFF G-CUT OFF B-CUT OFF G-DRIVE B-DRIVE

UP 1 KEY 2 KEY 3 KEY 7 KEY 8 KEY

DOWN 4 KEY 5 KEY 6 KEY F/B KEY 0 KEY

SX68N7 CX68N5

3-1

3-2

MODE PIF VCO ↑ ↑ ↑ ↑ ↑ ↑ ↑ (SUB COLOR) (SUB TINT DVD) (SUB TINT) (SUB COLOR DVD) (RF AGC) (RF S-SOUND) (SUB VOL) SUB VOLUME RF SUB SOUND RF AGC SUB COLOR (DVD) SUB COLOR SUB TINT (DVD) SUB TINT (PIFVCO) 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 WT S-BOOST PIF S/I F-ID TEXT NICAM A2 MONO-BIL SECAM RF NTSC S-SYS ROTATION S SPD H MODE H POSITION H VPLUME LANGUAGE COMB AI FORWARD: CH DOWN KEY REVERSE: CH UP KEY SECAM R-Y ↓ (SCM R-Y) SECAM B-Y ↓ (SCM B-Y) SECAM BELL ↓ (SCM BELL) SUB BRIGHT ↓ (SUB BRI) SUB BRIGHT (DVD) ↓ (SUB BRI DVD) SUB CONT ↓ (SUB CONT) SUB CONT (DVD) (SUB CONT DVD) SX68N7 HIGH OFF 38.9MHz 4 SPRIT / INTER CARRIER S/I SPLIT / INTER SPLIT 5 FORCED COLOUR KILLER F-ID OFF / ON OFF 6 TEXT OPTION TEXT OFF / ON OFF 7 NICAM OPTION NICAM OFF / ON OFF 8 A2 STEREO OPTION A2 OFF / ON OFF 9 MONO BILINGUAL OPTION MONO-BIL OFF / ON OFF 10 SECAM OPTION SECAM OFF / ON ON 11 RF-NTSC OPTION RF NTSC OFF / ON ON 12 SOUND SYSTEM SETTING S-SYS BG / I / DK / M BG I DK M 13 ROTATION OPTION ROTATION OFF / ON OFF 14 SERCH SPEED SETTING S SPD 350kHz / 450kHz / 550kHz 450kHz 15 HOTEL MODE OPTION H MODE OFF / ON OFF 16 HOTEL MODE POSITION H POSITION 0 ~ 99 / — 0 17 HOTEL MODE VOLUME H VOLUME 0 ~ 60 0 18 OSD LANGUAGE LANGUAGE E/C/F/R/M/A ECFRMA 19 COMB COMB OFF / ON ON 20 AI AI OFF / ON ON 4 SUB ADJ.75MHz 38.SX68N7 CX68N5 FORWARD: CH DOWN KEY REVERSE: CH UP KEY TRAPEZIUM 50Hz ↑ (E/W COR 50) (E/W PARA 50) (H-SIZE 50) (H-CENT 50) Service Mode Option MENU 50Hz ADJ. OSD Option Setting Data SETTING DATA 60Hz ADJ. EEPROM DATA will switch to the service data. MODE USER DATA IN SERVICE MODE OPTION • While SERVICE MODE 1 on. SERVICE MODE EEPROM ITEM OSD DATA INITIAL DATA 1 OPTION MODE 1 WHITE TEMP SETTING WT LOW / HIGH HIGH 2 S-BOOST OPTION S-BOOST OFF / ON ON 3 PIF FREQ. Once press the menu button again at the remote controller. SETTING PIF 33. Also. MODE V .SIZE 50Hz E/W CORNER 50Hz ↑ E/W PARABOLA 50Hz ↑ H-SIZE 50Hz ↑ H-POSITION 50Hz ↓ (V-SIZE 50) (TRAPE 50) L-LINEARITY 50Hz (V-LINE 50) ↓ V S-CORRECTION 50Hz (V S-CORR 50) ↓ V-POSITION 50Hz (V-CENT 50) FORWARD: CH DOWN KEY REVERSE: CH UP KEY TRAPEZIUM 60Hz ↑ (E/W COR 60) (E/W PARA 60) (H-SIZE 60) (H-CENT 60) No.9MHz SPLIT OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF BG OFF 550kHz OFF 0 0 ECFRMA OFF OFF 4-1 4-2 . V . EEPROM will switch back to SERVICE MODE 1.SIZE 60Hz E/W CORNER 60Hz ↓ (V-SIZE 60) (TRAPE 60) L-LINEARITY 60Hz (V-LINE 60) ↓ V S-CORRECTION 60Hz (V S-CORR 60) ↓ V-POSITION 60Hz (V-CENT 60) ↑ E/W PARABOLA 60Hz ↑ H-SIZE 60Hz ↑ H-POSITION 60Hz No.9MHz SPLIT OFF OFF OFF ON OFF OFF OFF BG OFF 550kHz OFF 0 0 ECFRMA OFF OFF CX68N5 HIGH OFF 38. once press the menu button at the remote controller. • In the service option the user data establish as below.50MHz ~ 58. EEPROM will switch to SERVICE MODE OPTION.

WHILE CHOOSING PIF VCO MODE. INITIALIZE THE EEPROM.5M DC REST S ST ABL ST ABL GA COL G V RAMP VSM PHASE ATT WECOR DCNG SPAL PKLM YDO RCOR RMY GAINA BLC BPS T 1 CHIP 1 CHIP 1 CHIP 1 CHIP 1 CHIP 1 CHIP 1 CHIP 1 CHIP 1 CHIP 1 CHIP 1 CHIP 1 CHIP 1 CHIP 1 CHIP 1 CHIP 1 CHIP 1 CHIP 1 CHIP 1 CHIP 1 CHIP 1 CHIP 1 CHIP 1 CHIP 1 CHIP 1 CHIP 1 CHIP 1 CHIP 1 CHIP 1 CHIP 1 CHIP 1 CHIP 1 CHIP 1 CHIP 1 CHIP 1 CHIP 1 CHIP 1 CHIP 1 CHIP 1 CHIP 1 CHIP 1 CHIP 1 CHIP 1 CHIP 1 CHIP 1 CHIP COMB/AI COMB/AI COMB/AI COMB/AI COMB/AI COMB/AI COMB/AI COMB/AI COMB/AI COMB/AI WPS CONTRAST N PHASE SHARPNESS SHARPNESS SHARPNESS RGB CONTRAST Y-DL Y-DL Y-DL Y-DL Y-DL Y-DL Y-DL Y-DL Y-DL Y-DL Y-DL Y-DL Y-DL Y-DL Y-DL Y-DL Y-DL Y-DL Y-DL Y-DL Y-DL Y-DL Y-DL Y-DL Y-DL S GP-PHASE S ID-SENS S ID-MODE P/N-ID 6. IS CHANGE AUTOMATICALLY BY 50Hz. ADJUSTMENT AS BELOW: 60Hz ADJ. 60Hz ADJ. OFFSET VALUE FROM 50Hz ADJ. OUTLINE CORING OUTLINE CORRECTION DATAILS OUTLINE YNR CORING CHROMA BPF TV DATA LENGTH 0~1 0 ~ 127 0~3 0 ~ 63 0 ~ 63 0 ~ 63 0 ~ 63 0~3 0~3 0~3 0~3 0~3 0~3 0~3 0~3 0~3 0~3 0~3 0~3 0~3 0~3 0~3 0~3 0~3 0~3 0~3 0~3 0~3 0~3 0~3 0~3 0~3 0~3 0~1 0~1 0~1 0~1 0~3 0~3 0~3 0~3 0~1 0~1 0~1 0 ~ 127 0 ~ 63 0~1 0~7 0 ~ 15 0~1 0~7 0 ~ 15 0 ~ 255 0~7 0~3 WPS S CONT N-P NT S SHARP T S SHARP A S SHARP D RGB CONT YBB YBP YBS Y B N4 Y B N3 YIB YIP YIS Y I N4 Y I N3 Y DK B Y DK P Y DK S Y DK N4 Y DK N3 YMB YMP YMS Y M N4 Y M N3 YAB YAP YAS Y A N4 Y A N3 S G-PHASE S ID-SENS S ID-MODE PN ID 6. IF DIFFERENT. G CUT (63). ADJUSTMENT FOR 60Hz. DATAILS GAIN DATAILS LIMIT OUTLINE DFF FREQ. G DRV (63). B DRV (0 ~ 127) R CUT (63). B CUT (63 ~ 255). NO.2. SERVICE MODE 2. G DRV (0 ~ 127). READ DATA FROM EEPROM ADDRESS 00H ~ 03H. B DRV (63) WHILE ADJUSTING SECAM R-Y. B CUT (63). EEPROM ITEM OSD IC DATA SETTING AFTER SHORT JA 366 & JA 367. No. G CUT (63 ~ 255). OFFSET VALUE FROM 50Hz ADJ. ADDRESS DATA 00H 01H 02H 03H OSD IC 1. EEPROM SETTING 3AH 76H 3BH 76H DATA SETTING 5 5-1 DATA LENGTH 1 CUT OFF #1 2 CUT OFF (DVD) #1 3 V-SIZE (50Hz) 0 ~ 63 4 V-LINEARITY (50Hz) 0 ~ 15 5 VS-CORRECTION (50Hz) 0 ~ 15 6 V-POSITION (50Hz) 0~7 7 H-POSITION (50Hz) 0 ~ 31 8 H-SIZE (50Hz) 0 ~ 63 9 E/W-PARABOLA (50Hz) 0 ~ 63 10 E/W CORNER (50Hz) 0 ~ 15 11 E/W TRAPEZIUM (50Hz) 0 ~ 31 12 SECAM R-Y #3 0 ~ 15 13 SECAM B-Y #3 0 ~ 15 14 SECAM BELL 0~1 15 SUB BRIGHT 0 ~ 127 16 SUB BRIGHT (DVD) 0 ~ 127 17 SUB CONT 0 ~ 15 18 SUB CONT (DVD) 0 ~ 15 19 SUB TINT #3 0 ~ 127 20 SUB TINT (DVD) #3 0 ~ 31 21 SUB COLOUR 0 ~ 127 22 SUB COLOUR (DVD) 0 ~ 127 23 RF AGC 0 ~ 63 24 RF SUB SOUND 0 ~ 127 25 SUB VOLUME 0 ~ 255 26 PIF VCO #4 27 V-SIZE (60Hz) #5 0 ~ 63 28 V-LINEARITY (60Hz) #5 0 ~ 15 29 VS-CORRECTION (60Hz) #5 0 ~ 15 30 V-POSITION (60Hz) #5 0~7 31 H-POSITION (60Hz) #5 0 ~ 31 32 H-SIZE (60Hz) #5 0 ~ 63 33 E/W PARABOLA (60Hz) #5 0 ~ 63 34 E/W CORNER (60Hz) #5 0 ~ 15 35 TRAPEZIUM (60Hz) #5 0 ~ 31 36 V-ENT 0~7 37 H-ENT 0~7 1 CHIP 1 CHIP 1 CHIP 1 CHIP 1 CHIP 1 CHIP 1 CHIP 1 CHIP 1 CHIP 1 CHIP 1 CHIP 1 CHIP 1 CHIP 1 CHIP 1 CHIP 1 CHIP 1 CHIP 1 CHIP 1 CHIP 1 CHIP 1 CHIP 1 CHIP 1 CHIP 1 CHIP SOUND 1 CHIP 1 CHIP 1 CHIP 1 CHIP 1 CHIP 1 CHIP 1 CHIP 1 CHIP 1 CHIP 1 CHIP 1 CHIP 1 CHIP CUTOFF BKGD CUTOFF DVD BKGD V-SIZE 50 V-LINE 50 VS-CORR 50 V-CENT 50 H-CENT 50 H-SIZE 50 E/W PAR 50 E/W COR 50 TRAPE 50 SCM R-Y SCM B-Y SCM BELL SUB BRI SUB BRI DVD SUB CONT SUB CONT DVD SUB TINT SUB TINT DVD SUB COL SUB COL DVD RF AGC RF S-SOUND SUB VOL PIF VCO V-SIZE 60 V-LINE 60 V S-CORR 60 V-CENT 60 H-CENT 60 H-SIZE 60 E/W PAR 60 E/W COR 60 TRAPE 60 V-ENT H-ENT INITIAL SETTING DATA DATA CUTOFF / DRIVE #2 — CUTOFF / DRIVE #2 — V-SIZE 7 22 V-LINEARITY 3 3 V S-CORRECTION 5 4 V-POSITION 3 4 H-POSITION 11 8 H-SIZE 31 50 EW PARABORA 31 35 EW CORNER 8 7 EW TRAPEZIUM 5 17 SECAM R-Y 8 8 SECAM B-Y 8 8 BELL F0 0 0 BRIGHTNESS 80 80 BRIGHTNESS 80 80 SUB CONTRAST 8 4 SUB CONTRAST 8 4 TINT 64 64 BB-TINT 16 16 COLOUR 45 45 COLOUR 45 70 RF AGC 46 34 IF AUDIO ATT 96 95 VOLUME 60 255 #4 V-SIZE 7 25 V-LINEARITY 3 4 V S-CORRECTION 5 5 V-POSITION 3 3 H-POSITION 11 11 H-SIZE 31 50 EW PARABORA 31 36 EW CORNER 8 7 EW TRAPEZIUM 5 17 V-ENT 6 6 H-ENT 5 5 #1 #2 #3 #4 #5 R CUT (63 ~ 255). AND TURN ON THE MAIN POWER SWITCH. Y-MUTE OF 1CHIP IS SET TO ON. RF AGC SET TO "0 0" AND PIF VCO IS SET TO "1". AND COMPARE TO THE LIST BELOW. VOLTAGE VSM PHASE AUDIO ATT DATAILS CORING DATAILS DIFF FREQ. V-SIZE (60Hz) +3 H-SIZE (60Hz) 0 V-LINEARITY (60Hz) +1 E/W-PARABOLA (60Hz) +1 VS-CORRECTION (60Hz) +1 E/W-CORNER (60Hz) 0 V-POSITION (60Hz) -1 TRAPEZIUM (60Hz) 0 H-POSITION (60Hz) +3 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 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 WHITE PEAK CONTROL SUB CONTRAST NTSC PHASE SUB SHARPNESS (TV) SUB SHARPNESS (AV) SUB SHARPNESS (DVD) RGB CONTRAST Y-DL (B/G BW) Y-DL (B/G PAL) Y-DL (B/G SECAM) Y-DL (B/G N443) Y-DL (B/G N358) Y-DL (I BW) Y-DL (I PAL) Y-DL (I SECAM) Y-DL (I N443) Y-DL (I N358) Y-DL (D/K BW) Y-DL (D/K PAL) Y-DL (D/K SECAM) Y-DL (DK N443) Y-DL (DK N358) Y-DL (M BW) Y-DL (M PAL) Y-DL (M SECAM) Y-DL (M N443) Y-DL (M N358) Y-DL (AV BW) Y-DL (AV PAL) Y-DL (AV SECAM) Y-DL (AV N443) Y-DL (AV N358) SECAM GP-PHASE SECAM ID-SENS SECAM ID-MODE P/N-ID 6.5M S-FIX DC RESTORATION BLACK STRETCH ABL START POINT ABL GAIN COLOR GAMMA V RAMP VSM PHASE IF AUDIO ATT WECOR DCNG SPAL PKLM YDO RCOR RMY GAINA BLC BPS T INITIAL SETTING DATA DATA 1 1 127 127 0 0 15 10 15 10 10 10 42 42 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 3 2 2 2 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 5 5 1 1 2 2 8 8 1 1 4 4 14 14 100 90 0 0 3 3 SX68N7 CX68N5 5-2 . SERVICE MODE 1.5M SIF FIX DC RESTORATION BLACK STRETCH ABL START POINT ABL GAIN COLOR GAMMA V RAMP REF. SECAM B-Y AND SUB-TINT.

NO. 112 113 114 115 116 117 118 119 120 121 122 S-BOOST MEL1 S-BOOST MEL2 S-BOOST MEL3 S-BOOST MEL4 S-BOOST MEL5 S-BOOST MEL6 S-BOOST START POINT S-BOOST STOP POINT SIBOOST STEP POINT AUDIO AGC NICAM FM SMEL1 SMEL2 SMEL3 SMEL4 SMEL5 SMEL6 SSTP SSPP SSTEP SUR AGC NICAM FM SOUND SOUND AGC NICAM 150 156 163 165 170 180 21 60 7 1 80 150 156 163 165 170 180 21 60 7 1 20 EEPROM ITEM DATA LENGTH 0 ~ 255 0 ~ 255 0 ~ 255 0 ~ 255 0 ~ 255 0 ~ 255 0 ~ 255 0 ~ 255 0 ~ 255 0~1 0 ~ 255 OSD IC DATA SETTING EEPROM ITEM OSD IC DATA SETTING INITIAL SETTING DATA DATA INITIAL SETTING DATA DATA 6 6-1 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 85 86 87 88 89 90 91 92 93 94 95 96 97 98 99 100 101 102 103 104 105 106 107 108 109 110 111 CHROMA BPF AV Y-DELAY TV Y-DELAY AV V OUTLINE LIMIT V OUTLINE CORING V OUTLINE DETECT YNR DETECT GAIN YNR CORING B-STRETCH REFLECT B-STRETCH THRE PEDESTAL CORRECTION B-STRETCH INITIAL AI ON/OFF HISTGRAM LIMIT Y-MIN DETECT GAIN Y-MIN LIMIT BASE AMOUNT Y-MIN DETECT OFFSET APL LAST GAIN APL LIMIT LAST GAIN APL SWITCH LAST GAIN LOW APL COL LEVEL LOW APL COL GAIN HIGH APL COL LEVEL HIGH APL COL GAIN PRESCALE SCART PRESCALE FM/AM PRESCALE NICAM AUTO VOLUME CORR VOLUME NICAM BG VOLUME NICAM I VOLUME NICAM DK VOLUME IGR BG VOLUME FM OSD H-POSITION TEXT H-POSITION TEXT V-POSITION VSM GAIN(AVM1) GAMMA POINT(AVM1) TREBLE(AVM1) BASS(AVM1) SURR EFFECT(AVM1) SURR LOOP(AVM1) VSM GAIN(AVM2) GAMMA POINT(AVM2) TREBLE(AVM2) BASS(AVM2) SURR EFFECT(AVM2) SURR LOOP(AVM2) VSM GAIN(AVM3) GAMMA POINT(AVM3) TREBLE(AVM3) BASS(AVM3) SURR EFECT(AVM3) SURR LOOP(AVM3) S-BOOST MER DATA LENGTH 0~3 0~7 0~7 0 ~ 15 0 ~ 15 0~1 0~3 0 ~ 15 0~3 0 ~63 0~7 0 ~ 31 0~1 0 ~ 63 0~3 0 ~ 63 0 ~15 0 ~15 0~1 0 ~ 63 0 ~ 127 0 ~ 63 0~3 0 ~ 63 0~3 0 ~ 127 0 ~ 127 0 ~ 127 0~3 0 ~ 127 0 ~ 127 0 ~ 127 0 ~ 127 0 ~ 127 0 ~ 127 0 ~ 127 0 ~ 63 0~7 0~3 0 ~ 60 0 ~ 60 0 ~ 15 0~1 0~7 0~3 0 ~ 60 0 ~ 60 0 ~ 15 0~1 0~7 0~3 0 ~ 60 0 ~ 60 0 ~ 15 0~1 0 ~ 255 COMB/AI COMB/AI COMB/AI COMB/AI COMB/AI COMB/AI COMB/AI COMB/AI COMB/AI COMB/AI COMB/AI COMB/AI COMB/AI COMB/AI COMB/AI COMB/AI COMB/AI COMB/AI COMB/AI COMB/AI COMB/AI COMB/AI COMB/AI COMB/AI COMB/AI NICAM NICAM NICAM NICAM NICAM NICAM NICAM NICAM NICAM 1 CHIP 1 CHIP SOUND SOUND SOUND SOUND 1 CHIP 1 CHIP SOUND SOUND SOUND SOUND 1 CHIP 1 CHIP SOUND SOUND SOUND SOUND BPS A YDL T YDL A VPL KOA YHO YNG COR APSL APMN PHD APA AION LMT MNSL MINLT BSE MNOFT APGA APLT APDT APC CAS APU CUS PRESCALE PRESCALE PRESCALE PRESCALE VOLUME VOLUME VOLUME VOLUME VOLUME VSM GAIN GAMMA POINT TREBLE BASS SURR LEVEL LOOP VSM GAIN GAMMA POINT TREBLE BASS SURR LEVEL LOOP VSM GAIN GAMMA POINT TREBLE BASS SURR LEVEL LOOP 0 4 3 8 7 1 0 1 1 20 6 4 1 28 1 32 15 9 1 32 10 10 2 5 1 24 10 24 0 113 103 95 125 125 25 10 37 4 2 31 28 10 0 7 2 30 30 10 0 7 1 33 35 10 0 97 0 4 3 8 7 1 0 1 1 20 6 4 1 15 1 32 15 9 1 32 10 10 2 5 2 14 10 12 0 113 103 95 125 125 25 10 37 7 2 31 28 10 0 4 2 30 30 10 0 7 2 32 30 10 0 80 BPS A YDL T YDL A VPL KOA YHO YNG COR APSL APMN PHD APA AION LMT MNSL MINLT BSE MNOFT APGA APLT APDT APC CAS APU CUS PRE S PRE F PRE N AVC BG L IL DK L IGR L FML OSD-H TEXT-H TEXT-L VG1SP1 G-POINT1 TRE1SP1 BASS1SP1 EF1SP1 LO1SP1 VG1SP2 G-POINT2 TRE2SP1 BASS2SP1 EF2SP1 LO2SP1 VG1SP3 G-POINT3 TRE3SP1 BASS3SP1 EF3SP1 LO3SP1 SMER 6-2 .SX68N7 CX68N5 NO.

25 5.25 5.25 5.5 M OIR-42 639.25 5.25 6.5 B/G E-5 174.25 5.25 5.25 5.25 6.5 B/G E-5 174.25 4.25 5.25 6.25 5.25 6.5 D/K B-50 703.25 5.5 B/G AU-0 46.25 5.5 B/G E-4/B-3 62.5 B/G AU-4 95.0 I E-25 503.25 5.25 4.25 6.0 I E-69 855.25 5.5 M E-10/B-9 210.25 6.5 M JA-8 193.5 D/K E-5 175.25 5.5 B/G AU-6 175.25 5.5 M OI-42 639.5 B/G I-23 487.25 6.5 B/G S-10 168.25 5.5 B/G J-38 621.5 B/G S-20 294.5 B/G AU-11 216.5 B/G SKIP OFF FREE SKIP OFF FREE SKIP OFF FREE E-2 48.5 B/G AU-2 64.5 B/G E-34 575.25 5.5 B/G OIR-7 183.25 5.5 B/G AU-5A 138.25 4.5 B/G E-6/B-5 182.5 B/G E-5 175.0 I JA-1 91.25 5.5 B/G I-69 855.5 B/G SKIP OFF FREE SKIP OFF FREE SKIP OFF FREE SKIP OFF FREE SKIP OFF FREE SKIP OFF FREE SKIP OFF FREE SKIP OFF FREE SKIP OFF FREE SKIP OFF FREE SKIP OFF FREE SKIP OFF FREE SKIP OFF FREE SKIP OFF FREE SKIP OFF FREE SKIP OFF FREE WE-28 527.5 D/K OIR-8 191.5 B/G OI-3 77.55 5.5 B/G JPN-38 621.25 4.5 B/G SKIP OFF FREE S-20 294.25 6.5 B/G AU-9 196.5 D/K E-10 210.25 5.0 I WE-25 503.5 B/G E-37 599. Fv (MHz) S-SYSTEM SKIP OFF FREE E-2 48.5 M JA-12 217.25 4.25 4.5 B/G E-12 224.25 5.25 4.25 5.25 5.25 5.5 B/G US-2 55.25 5.5 B/G I-69 855.5 B/G E-35 583.5 B/G SKIP OFF FREE B-43 647.25 5.5 M JA-6 183.25 4.5 M US-14 471.25 5.25 6.5 B/G AU-8 189.5 B/G AU-3 86.25 5.5 B/G E-64 815.5 M A-6 83.25 5.25 4.25 5.25 4.5 B/G E-5 175.5 B/G OIR-3 77.25 5.5 B/G AU-7 182.5 B/G I-54 735.5 B/G WE-64 815.25 5.25 4.25 4. 0 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 46 47 48 49 50 51 SREC/SRAC/SYI/STTM MCL 1 (R/C CODE 117h) CH-No.25 5.25 6. Fv (MHz) S-SYSTEM E-37 599. Fv (MHz) S-SYSTEM 590.5 B/G S-41 463.25 5.25 4.25 5.5 M JA-50 693.5 M JA-8 193.5 B/G E-12/B-11 224.5 M US-83 885.5 B/G I-23 487.25 6. Fv (MHz) S-SYSTEM SKIP OFF FREE SKIP OFF FREE SKIP OFF FREE SKIP OFF FREE SKIP OFF FREE SKIP OFF FREE SKIP OFF FREE SKIP OFF FREE SKIP OFF FREE SKIP OFF FREE SKIP OFF FREE SKIP OFF FREE SKIP OFF FREE SKIP OFF FREE SKIP OFF FREE SKIP OFF FREE SKIP OFF FREE SKIP OFF FREE SKIP OFF FREE SKIP OFF FREE ~ SREC-SCA (SKD) MCL 2 (R/C CODE 169h) CH-No.25 5.25 5.5 B/G AU-10 209.5 B/G SKIP OFF FREE SKIP OFF FREE SKIP OFF FREE SKIP OFF FREE SKIP OFF FREE SKIP OFF FREE SREC-SCA (SKD) MCL 2 (R/C CODE 169h) CH-No.25 4.25 5.25 4.25 4.5 M JA-14 477.5 M JA-50 693.5 M US-14 471.25 5.5 B/G SKIP OFF FREE ~ 7 7-1 R/C CODE TV-CH.5 M JA-6 183.5 B/G WE-4 62.5 M JA-12 217.5 B/G S-10 168.25 5.25 6.25 4.5 B/G J-9 199.5 B/G B-45 663.25 4.5 B/G E-34 575.5 B/G SKIP OFF FREE SKIP OFF FREE SKIP OFF FREE SKIP OFF FREE SKIP OFF FREE SKIP OFF FREE SKIP OFF FREE SKIP OFF FREE 590.25 5.5 M S-2 112.95 5.5 B/G SX68N7 CX68N5 7-2 .5 D/K I-54 735.55 5.5 B/G B-47 679.25 5.25 5.25 5.0 I E-58 767.5 D/K E-5 175. SREC/SRAC/SYI/STTM MCL 1 (R/C CODE 117h) CH-No.25 6.5 M S-2 112.5 D/K E-8/B-7 196.INITIAL SETTING R/C CODE TV-CH.0 I E-58 767.5 B/G OIR-7 183.25 5.5 B/G E-21 471.25 5.5 D/K OIR-8 191.25 5.5 B/G S-41 463.95 5.25 5.25 5.25 5.25 6.25 5. 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 99 ~ (1) Execute MCL 1/2 key to set the following data in EEPROM.

000 40. 4.1V ~ 1. ( This terminal must have the probe alone connected ).000K LANG.FACTORY. + TP51 0.2 2 RF-AGC TAKE OVER POINT ADJUSTMENT (I2C BUS CONTROL) 1. Turn up the input signal to 90~95 dBµV to be sure that there is no cross modulation beat. Connect the oscilloscope to TP51 (Tuner’s AGC 52±1dBµV(75 ohm open). Receive "PAL COLOUR BAR" signal.5 V Fig.000 40. Change the antenna input signal to 63~67dBµV. Call "RF-AGC" mode in service mode. when not using 50/75 impedance adapter. Connect the response lead ( use LOW IMPEDANCE probe with wave detector . Fig.000 30. Oscilloscope stead of 54±1dBµV (75 ohm open).1 ) to the tuner's IF output terminal. MODE CONTRAST COLOR BRIGHT TINT SHARPNESS PEICTURE NR WHITE TEMP SURROUND TREBLE BASS S-BOOSTER 1 SOFT 50 -5 0 0 -5 ON 0 OFF # # OFF 2 STANDARD 60 0 0 0 0 OFF 0 OFF # # ON » Bias box: About 4. inTerminal) as shown in Fig. Adjust the sweep generator's to 80dBµV.000K 17. signal strength is 2.000 -10.000K 18. 5. and make sure there is no noise. 4. P C -1.0V – impedance adapter.000 40.000 20. 2.1V Precaution: The loss of using ~1. » Signal Strength: 54 ± 1 dBµV (75 ohm open) 8 3 DYNAMIC 60 10 0 0 5 OFF 0 ON # # ON BACKGROUND 17. Adjust the "RF-AGC" bus data to obtain the Tuner output pin drop 0.8dB Note: Be sure to keep the tuner cover in position during this adjustment. 6. 5. TV Set Bias box + – (2) Nomal setting for AV MODE.FACTORYSET 6 SET 7 EB(H) EC(H) ALL CH B/G ALL CH D/K MALAY FRENCH FACTORYSET 8 ED(H) ALL CH B/G + MCL2 ENGLISH 1. 2.5+/-0.000 -50.0V below maximum voltage. E -10 signal. Set the RF AGC to 0 .000K 17.FACTORY. # SERVICE MODE DATA (3) Setting for each destination MODEL B (HONG KONG) C (SINGAPORE) F (AFRICA) G (MID-EAST) X (AUSTRALIA) MAGNETIC FIELD (V. ( RF SWEEP ) 3. 3.1 E-9 CH FACTORYSET 5 EA(H) ALL CH D/K RUSSIAN DATA SETTING FACTORY.SHIPPING SETTING & CHECKING No.000 -10. 3 3.but with no signal input.FACTORYSET 1 SET 2 SET 3 SET 4 R/C 28(H) A8(H) E8(H) E9(H) S-SYSTEM ALL CH D/K ALL CHI ALL CH B/G ALL CH B/G LANGUAGE CHINESE CHINESE ENGLISH ARABIC SELECT IF OUT 100k 1000p 75ohm ITEMS Fig. Connect the sweep generator's output cable to the tuner antenna.6 V with no saturation with the waveform.H) nT 20. see Fig. ITEMS DATA SETTING FACTORY. Adjusting point 1 TUNER IFT ( PRESET ) TU200 10k Oscilloscope PIF ADJUSTMENT Adjusting procedure/conditions Waveform and others SX68N7 CX68N5 1n60 1000p (1) The following default data has been factory-set for the E2PROM.000 20. Adjust the tuner IF coil to obtain the waveform as shown in Fig. Get the tuner ready to receive the CH. CHINESE ENGLISH ENGLISH ARABIC ENGLISH S-SYS I B/G B/G B/G B/G FACTORY SET SET 2 SET 3 SET 3 SET 4 SET 8 R/C S-SYSTEM LANGUAGE SELECT # FACTORY-SET 8 OPERATE MCL2 ITEM DATA ITEM SETTING VM LAST POWER ON TEXT LAST TV/AV MODE TV ON TIMER LAST CH CH1 ON TIMER CH FLASH BACK CH1 ON TIMER VOLUME FAVORITE CH1 CH10 REMINDER FAVORITE CH2 CH20 AFT FAVORITE CH3 CH30 COLOR SYSTEM FAVORITE CH4 CH40 SKIP 1 DIGIT/2 DIGIT 2 DIGIT NICAM ON/OFF VOLUME 0 NICAM STEREO MODE ROTATION 0 NICAM BILINGUAL MODE SAVE OFF A2 ON/OFF AV MODE 2 A2 STEREO MODE BALANCE 0 A2 BILINGUAL MODE BLUE BACK OFF DATA SETTING ON 1 IN ACTIVE IN ACTIVE IN ACTIVE IN ACTIVE ALL CH ON ALL CH AUTO ALL CH OFF ALL CH ON ALL CH STEREO ALL CH M1 ALL CH ON ALL CH STEREO ALL CH MAIN Note: For the 50 ohm signal strength gauge.000 8-1 8-2 . Adjust the PLL data.000K 17.

and changing both the magnetic field for North and South direction. adjust the location of compensation magnet to make it better. (CRT surface) Miss landing 90mm Fig. keeping the raster rotation in the east direction. 3.Cy" key. Checking the CRT corner area. With P-MG. Even with TEXT key or "R. 2. * Every push of the monocolour key changes the screen as follows.and the monocolour screen (green) will be selected. Monocolour screen GREEN Monocolour screen BLUE Rank "A" (on the left of the CRT) Monocolour screen release * Adjustment for uniformity is change to another content. compensate it to the center "Rank AB". Pay attention to the edge of CRT. Note: Select the service mode. Please refer to the following page. Make sure degauss it. and the convergence must be adjusted to be rough.G. and the monocolour mode will be selected without the service mode. SX68N7 CX68N5 9-1 9-2 .0. bond the magnetic sheet to set the landing at Rank A for compensation. Tighten up the deflection coil fastening screws. (Refer to Fig. use the crosshatch pattern. * During the pasting of compensation magnet.25G. 5 B A=B Fig. 4-3 Monocolour screen RED Note: This adjustment must be done after warming up the unit for 30 minutes or longer with a beam current over 1600 ± 50 µA.) Before adjustment begin. Observe the points a. Make sure there is no blur or bend lines occur. » Tightening torque: 108 ± 20 N (11 ± 2 kgf) 8. b as shown in Fig. (The same mothod is applied for adjustment of monocolour screen Blue for blue uniformity. For the adjustable magnetic field Horizontal = 0 Vertical = refer to the job instructions sheet Adjustable magnetic field is shown in P8-1. 7. 2. The purity magnet must be previously set at the zero magnetic field. Select the green monocolour screen with remote controller. Move DY fore and aft to set the landing at the point.) 1. Horizontal magnetic field = 0G Vertical magnetic field = Each destination's adjustment magnetic field. Adjusting point Adjusting procedure/conditions 1 PURITY ADJ. 4-1 90mm (North direction Red uniformity) 1. Horizontal mf = Set to monocolour screen Red and adjust to . a b Uniformity adjustment (To perform after the purity and convergence adjustment. adjust by attaching the compensation magnet at the back of the CRT. and press the monocolour key of R/C for process. adjust by attaching the compensation magnet at the back of the CRT. Horizontal mf = Set to monocolour screen Red and adjust to + 0. 4.PURITY ADJUSTMENT Waveform and others 1 No. (rank A) 5. If the a/b balance is poor. if the landing is poor. Adjusting point Adjusting procedure/conditions UNIFORMITY ADJUSTMENT Waveform and others No.5) (CRT back) A Compensation magnet Fig. If the blur or bend lines are serious. Degauss the CRT enough with the degausing coil. 2. adjust it to the center . if the landing is poor.6mA with the contrast control. 4-1 through the microscope. it can be directly switched to each monocolour screen. and set the beam current of 1.25G. * Continuosly press the monocolour key 1 second or more. 4-2 Rank "A" (on the right of the CRT) (South direction Red uniformity) 1.rank A. Align it to zero. 9 A B A=B Fig. 6. Pay attention to the edge of CRT.

(To be done after the purity adjustment. 2. Fix all the wedges on the CRT and apply glass tape over them. Overlap blue and red with the open-/closing angle and rotation of the 4 pole magnet. Receive E-5CH (Monoscope Pattern). call NORMAL mode. Using the remote controller. 2.5mm Finally received the Red-only and Blue-only signals to make sure there is no other colours on the screen. Overlap green on blue and red with the open-/ closing angle and rotation of the 6 pole magnet. Apply lacquer to the deflection yoke lock screw.CONVERGENCE ADJUSTMENT Waveform and others 1 BGR B G R CONVERGENCE ADJUSTMENT (Continued) No. With the remote controller. STATIC CONVERGENCE 1. c) Fig. 5-4 Wedge "a" About 100 Deg Lacquer Wedge "b" Wedge "c" About 100 Deg 4-pole magnet 6-pole magnet CRT neck Lacquer Purity magnet 25mm–0. Adjust the convergence on the fringes of the screen in the following steps. 10-1 10-2 . 3. 5-2: Drive the wedge at points "b" and "c" and swing the deflection coil downward. 5-3: Drive the "c" wedge deeper and swing the deflection coil rightward. R G B Fig. Adjusting point CONVERGENC (Note) In cace of poor convergence adjustment on the top ADJ. 2. 10 Fig. make image normal. 5-4: Drive the "b" wedge deeper and swing the deflection coil leftward. Adjusting point Adjusting procedure/conditions 1 CONVERGENC ADJ. adjust DY by swing (Continued) rightward and leftward. 5-1: Drive the wedge at point "a" and swing the deflection coil upward. a) Fig. 2. b) Fig. d) Fig. 5-5. and bottom and of the screen. 5-3 BGR 1.) Adjusting procedure/conditions Waveform and others SX68N7 CX68N5 No. Receive the "Crosshatch Pattern" signal. magnet unit (purity.) 1. 4-pole. 5-1 RGB R G B Fig. 5-5 Adjust by Swing DY Fig. 5-2 RGB B G R FOCUS ADJUSTMENT No. Adjust the focus VR to make the character "575" on left bottom of monoscope as fine as possible. Adjusting point 1 FOCUS ADJUSTMENT Adjusting procedure/conditions Waveform and others DYNAMIC CONVERGENCE 1. (Refer to Fig. 3. Fig. 6-pole magnets) and magnet unit lock screw.

7.275 *17.300°K of the 50% white.600±50µA or more for 30 min or more. (PAL burst is generated with the signal generator. (Page 8-1) 3 1. adjust the color temperature 12. Select the SUB-BRIGHT adjustment mode with the remote controller. 1. BBKGD) I2C BUS ADJUSTCUT OFF) MENT (DVD Apply the adjustment after the end of adjustment SIGNAL) 2 (AV-IN SIGNAL). B-DRIVE. Adjusting point Adjusting procedure/conditions 1 CRT CUTOFF ADJUSTMENT (I2C BUS CONTROL) 5 On the monocolor screen of white or green.7 ± 0.272 Y : 0. Select CUT OFF BKGD mode at the service mode. Dark white * The color temperature is based on the shipment initial setting table. The window pattern is received with DVD signal WHITE BAL(component signal).300°K at the dark white. and coarsely adjust the lateral in-line to become white. Turn the scteen VR clockwise. and adjust the right dark white area of the window pattern to 2. 3. With the data of G-drive and B-drive. 2. 7. Receive the window pattern with AV input. G-cut off and B-cut off. Adjusting point Adjusting procedure/conditions CUT-OFF.600±50µA or more for 30 min or more.5 cd. Make the image normal with the remote controller. 6. and adjust 50% white to 110 ± 10 cd. and adjust the first lighting horizontal centering raster to slighly light. Receive the window pattern with AV input. (Note 1) 8. Select the SUB-CONTRAST adjustment mode (DVD) with the remote controller. 2. SX68N7 CX68N5 11-1 11-2 .6mA. 2. Note 1: Apply the adjustment after aging with the beam current 1. Receive "WHITE" pattern with Colour Burst signal. Turn the screen VR in the opposite direction to the point where the lateral in-line raster goes out. 2.255 Y : 0.5 cd of window pattern. (G(CUT OFF DVD DRIVE. and adjust 50% white to 110 ± 10cd. BACKGROUND AND SUB-CONTRAST ADJUSTMENT Waveform and others * Befor doing adjustment. Receive the signal of the DVD signal generator. and adjust the right dark white area of the window pattern to 2. Make the image normal with the remote controller. Apply the adjustment in the same manners as 2 GROUND (AV-IN SIGNAL) and the subsequence above. 4 SUB-BRIGHTNESS (SUBBRI) I2C BUS CONTROL(RF SIGNAL) SUB-BRIGHTNESS (SUBBRI DVD) I2C BUS CONTROL (DVD SIGNAL) 1. Make the image normal with the remote controller. ANCE BACK2. 5. Select the SUB-CONTRAST adjustment mode with the remote controller. G-CUT OFF. (Component signal) (Window pattern) 3. Adjust the right dark area of the window to 12. Select the SUB-BRIGHT adjustment mode (DVD) with the remote controller. (Component signal) (Window pattern) 3. Select the DVD mode.) 6. 8.261 *18.261 Y : 0. 6 SUB-CONTRAST (SUBCONT) I2C BUS ADJUSTMENT (RF SIGNAL) 2 Note 1: Use "Y" of Minolta color analyzer CA-100 in adjustment.255 (With Minolta color thermometer CA100) 1. 9. Select the DVD mode. Receive the signal of the DVD signal generator. 4. Note 5:Window Pattern 50% white for SUB-CONT WHITE BALANCE BACKGROUND I2C BUS ADJUSTMENT (AV-IN SIGNAL) 7 11 Note2:Use the window pattern of signal generator SX-1006 for adjustment. R-CUT OFF.300°K X : 0. R CUT OFF UP "1"KEY DOWN "4"KEY G CUT OFF UP "2"KEY DOWN "5"KEY B CUT OFF UP "3"KEY DOWN "6"KEY G-DRIVE UP "7"KEY DOWN " "KEY B-DRIVE UP "8"KEY DOWN "0"KEY *12. 2. 4. 2. 3.Make the image normal with the remote controller.300°K with R-cut off. No. Select P-NORM with the remote controller. 1. Press "-/--" key of the remote controller to select the lateral in-line mode. 1. Note1 : Apply this adjustment after aging with the beam current 1. Select P-NORM with the remote controller.000°K X : 0.000°K X : 0. No. (On the white or green minocolor screen) SUB-CONTRAST (SUBCONT DVD) I2C BUS ADJUSTMENT (DVD SIGNAL) Note1:Data up/down is possible with the above comparison. 5.7 ± 0. Receive the window pattern with AV input. Connect the beam ammeter between TP1601 and TP1602. 4.Adjust the 4th (1 thru 5 from the left) black of the window pattern to sink. Note 2: Use the window pattern of the signal generator SX-1006 for adjustment. CUT OFF POINT 1. 1. Adjust the CUT OFF data of two other colors. 2. Coarsely adjust the beam current to approx. Press "-/--" key of the remote controller to select the normal mode. Check 12. Receive "WHITE" pattern with Colour Burst signal. 9.CUT-OFF. 3. 3. make sure the R/G/B-cut and the B/G-Drive is at initial value. Read just the color temperature at the 50% white.) 50% white for SUB-CONT Dark white 1. BACKGROUND AND SUB-CONTRAST ADJUSTMENT Waveform and others * When E-2 CH (Crosshatch pattern) or equivalent signal is received. (PAL and Colour burst are present. Select the screen VR 0/10.

(monoscope) NTSC CHROMA ADJUSTMENT Waveform and others AV input (B-Y) H-SIZE 50 Adjust the overscan to 8. V-CENT 60. Fig.7-1) E/W-COR 50 Fig. the compensation data is automatically input if the 50Hz mode adjusutment is done. Vary the sub tint data to adjust the waveform to be gained as shown in Fig. (Adjust this unless the linearity is achieved.) (monoscope) 100% W Mg R 1. and vary the sub colour data to make 75% W of the colour bar and RED at the same level for adjustment shown in Fig.(monoscope) E/W-PAR 50 Adjust the 2nd vertical line from the right end of the crosshatch pattern so that the middle 4 blocks are straight.7-2) Mg R B 12 D1 TRAPE 50 3.. However. H-SIZE 60. 9-2 waveform. V-LINE 60. Because 60Hz. 9-2 I2C BUS ADJUSTMENT Attention Don't change 50Hz mode. Set the sub-colour adjustment mode with the remote controller.(crosshatch) (Refer to Fig. 2..(crosshatch) (Refer to Fig.HORIZONTAL AND VERTICAL DEFLECTION LOOP ADJUSTMENT PAL CHROMA ADJUSTMENT No. W Y Cy G Mg R A=B=C B H-ENT Fig.(KY) 6pin Optional NOTE: (Optional) If using RF input. OTHER On the items of V-AMP 60.5%. Adjusting point 1 SUB COLOUR (I2C BUS CONTROL) Cy G B SX68N7 CX68N5 No.9-1. Select the sub-tint adjustment mode (automatic Y cut) to receive the "NTSC Colour Bar" (AV input).8-1. 3.. 9-1 RF input Adjust the 2nd vertical line from the right end of the crosshatch pattern so that the D1 (center area of the first vertical line-edge of screen) and D2 (top area of the first vertical line-edge of the screen) are same. Adjusting point 1 SUB-TINT (I2C BUS CONTROL) Adjusting procedure/conditions Align the center of the screen to the geometric center of CRT. (E-2):Crosshatch(50Hz) (E-5):Monoscope(50Hz) 1 V-AMP 50 Adjust the overscan to 8. 7-2 D2 1. 12-1 12-2 . Make the image normal with the remote controller. 2. Mode data automatically. E/W-CORR 60 and TRAPE 60. 8-1 V-CENT 50 Fig. TP47B. E/W-PAR 60. Adjusting point Adjusting procedure/conditions Waveform and others Adjusting procedure/conditions Waveform and others MAIN SCREEN ADJUSTMENT The receiving channel in ( ) are following signals. Fig. Receive the "PAL Color Bar" signal.(monoscope) V-LINE 50 Adjust the linearity to the best condition. A B W Y Cy G A=B Adjust the 2nd vertical line from the right end of the crosshatch pattern so that the top are straight. V-SCORR 60. 7-1 No. re-adjust in the 60Hz mode. Mode data after adjust 60Hz mode data..(monoscope) H-CENT 50 Align the center of the screen to the geometric center of CRT. (Using 10:1 Probe) Range : 2 V/Div Sweep Time : 20 msec/Div 4. Connect the oscilloscope to IC850#9pin. if it is largely devisted when it is check in 60Hz mode.. 7-3 Already preset. (monoscope) 75% W Y V S-CORR 50 Already preset. V-ENT Already preset. Connect the oscilloscope to TP47B » Range : 20mV/Div. H-CENT 60. Mode data follow the 50Hz.5%. please refer to the Fig. (AC)(Use Probe 10:1) » Sweep time : 20 µsec/Div. (B-Y) A B C Fig.

colour. 1. Press to MENU mode. 3. 2. UP for GREEN direction and DOWN for RED direction whether is OK or not. Connect the Bias Box to the cathode side (R653) of D652. 2 COLOUR key 1. Press to MENU mode. Once in PICTURE Mode. 100% MODULATION (±50kHz Dev). bright. Set voltage of the Bias Box at 10V and make sure the protector is not work. Receive "PAL COLOUR BAR" signal. 2. Check the sound mute is effective. 4 TINT key 1. 2. 3 BRIGHTNESS key PROTECTOR OPERATION CHECKING No. Receive "Monoscope Pattern" signal. and the NORMAL key is pressed. and check the headphone output with 400Hz sound and no sound out from speaker. Maximum volume. 3. Notes:If nothing is display mean contrast. make sure the sound is heard from speakers. Receive PAL COLOUR BAR with SOUND 400Hz. Press Volume Up/Down key to check whether the SHARPNESS effect is OK or not. tint. 3. 3. WARM for more REDDISH direction changing. 3. (Ref: Output level of Headphone is approx. Turn up the volume control to maximum. 2. 8 HEADPHONE OUTPUT CHECKING 1. then Select Picture Mode and set to select TINT. 500mVp-p) SX68N7 CX68N5 13-2 . Receive the "NTSC Colour Bar" signal thru AV in. Finally turn sound level of CTV to minimum. take care for the breakage. Press Volume Up/Down key to check WHITE TEMP Option. 2. deterioration and so on of each element. 3. 2. and make sure the protector is work. Adjusting point 1 H. To check the operation of the protector and so on. then Select Picture Mode and set to select COLOUR. Receive "Color Bar" signal. refer to page8-1. Adjusting point Adjusting procedure/conditions 1 CONTRAST key 1. COOL for more BLUISH direction changing. Press Volume Up/Down key to check whether the BRIGHTNESS effect is OK or not. all the settings will be present to normal setting. Receive E-5CH "Monoscope Pattern" signal. Then put the unit in no signal state. then Select Picture Mode and set to select BRIGHTNESS. sharpness are all in normal setting. STANDARD: NORMAL SETTING. 2. Press to MENU mode. then Select Picture Mode and set to select SHARPNESS. Set voltage of the Bias Box at 18V. 3. Press Volume Up/Down key to check TINT. 13 13-1 6 NORMAL Key 1. 4. Receive "Monoscope Pattern" signal. * Correspondence for short circuit of smoothing electrolysis of +B line and so on. 2 5 SHARPNESS Key OTHER PROTECTOR CHECKING 1. Receive "Monoscope Pattern" signal. (Normal setting value for every mode. Press Volume Up/Down key to check whether the CONTRAST effect is OK or not. then Select Picture Mode and set to select CONTRAST. 4. Receive "Monoscope Pattern" signal. 2. 1.FUNCTION OPERATION CHECKING (VIDEO AND AUDIO) Waveform and others FUNCTION OPERATION CHECKING (VIDEO AND AUDIO) (Continued) No. 3. Set FUNCTION to select WHITE TEMP. 2. Press to MENU mode. V PROTECTOR Adjusting procedure/conditions Waveform and others 1. Adjusting point 9 NOISE MUTE CHECKING Adjusting procedure/conditions Waveform and others No. Press Volume Up/Down key to check whether the COLOUR effect is OK or not. Press to MENU mode.) 7 WHITE TEMP 1.

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Normal Check the voltage at pin (6) of IC501. Q701 IC702. Check R621. RED Normal Abnormal Normal Abnormal Does horizontal circuit momentary oscillate? Check IC501 and related circuits Check IC201 and its peripheral parts. (H) bias. Yes Check protecter circuit and its related parts (23) pin of IC2001 vertical pulse. 16 16-1 16-2 . Check D501 and R501. No Check the power circuit consisting of IC701. Power on by R/C. Check IC850. IC201 and its peripheral parts. Check vertical trigger pulse at pin (26) of IC201. IC703 and Q602.SX68N7 CX68N5 TROUBLE SHOOTING FLOWCHART NO RASTER Abnormal LED COLOUR ? TROUBLE SHOOTING FLOWCHART (Continued) NO VERTICAL SCAN GREEN RED GREEN Check CRT connector (KY).

SX68N7 CX68N5 17-1 17-2 . Check the peripheral circuit of IC701. F4701. Q728 etc. Blown out No Check IC751. Q2059 and IC2001. IC751 and D725. Snow noise increase. Does 33V appear at pin (9) of TU51. No Check the power circuit consisting of T702. IC702. Q701 etc. Yes Does the snow noise appear on the picture tube at max contrast and brightness control? No B Normal Does 5V appear at pin (6) and (7) of TU51 (TUNER). No Check IC751. Yes Replace the Fuse. Yes Does 5V appear at pin (39) of IC2001. 17 Yes Check Q2003.TROUBLE SHOOTING FLOWCHART (Continued) NO LED LIGHT NO PICTURE TROUBLE SHOOTING FLOWCHART (Continued) Check F3700. Yes No Is the Fuse again blown out? Check TU51. IC701. IC703.

and their peripheral circuit. Do pins (5). Yes 18 Check TU51 peripheral parts. No No Check IC1900 and its peripheral circuit. (20) of IC3501 work? No Yes Is AV1. No Is audio output terminal J901 normal. Is there audio signal at pins (2). IC1901 Q1901. Check the peripheral circuits of screen heater (FBT) and the CRT. Check IC361. Check IC4301 and their peripheral circuit. Check IC850 and their peripheral circuit. Yes Is there audio signal at pins (46). (8) and (9) of IC850 normal. Check TV sound. Check TU51(TUNER). Yes Check pin (6) and (7) IC201. Set S-Volume at maximum. SF201 and its related parts. and their peripheral parts. No (Noise) Check IC201 and their peripheral circuit. Check IC201 RGB out Normal? Check pin (43) of IC1900 noise or signal appear? No (Noise) Yes (Signal) Yes Yes No Are pin (7). Check IC1900. No Yes Check IC1900 peripheral parts. (23) of IC3501? Normal Change the sound system. set the sound system in position. AV2. No Is there audio signal at pin (2) and (5) of IC361? Yes Check pin (39) of IC201 noise or signal appear? Yes (Signal) No Check TU51 and its peripheral circuits of no problem. 18-1 18-2 . (48) of IC1900? Check IC3501.SX68N7 CX68N5 TROUBLE SHOOTING FLOWCHART (Continued) TROUBLE SHOOTING FLOWCHART (Continued) NO NORMAL SOUND B No snow noise. Is sound normal? Abnormal No Yes Noise or signal appear. AV3 input normal? Check Q405 and their peripheral circuit. Check IC1900 and its peripheral circuit.

Set colour control. Yes No Yes No Turn up and down colour control. IC1900 and their peripherals. Yes No Check pin (45) of IC1900. Yes SET Subcolour. pin (12) of IC201 and their peripherals. Does colour appear? Turn colour control to minimum. No Check IC201 and its peripherals. PAL. NTSC4. No Yes No PAL. NTSC4. and their peripherals. Check D621 and its peripherals. Turn on colour system forced switch. 19 Yes Is SCP signal waveform at pin (30) of IC201 proper? Check Q1900 and their peripherals. No Fix control to coloured system. Check IC850. Can the sub-colour be readjusted in service mode? Is chroma input level pin (43) of IC201 proper? Ref. Check IC201 and their peripherals. Colour saturation control does not work. Does colour appear? Yes Fix control to coloured system. White balance: Check RGB output circuit of IC201.TROUBLE SHOOTING FLOWCHART (Continued) NO SPECIFIC COLOUR COLOUR PRODUCED TROUBLE SHOOTING FLOWCHART (Continued) C Is only RF signal’s colour abnormal? Yes No C NO COLOUR Turn on colour control. Does colour appear? APG circuit: Check IC201 and its peripherals. value: 100 ~ 500mVp-p. Yes No Is chroma input level of IC201 pin (43) proper? Turn on colour system forced switch. IC1402.43: Check X800 pin (12) of IC201 and their peripherals. Does colour gain go up and down? Yes No Check IC201. Does colour disappear? Colour in B/W mode. No Yes Are signal waveforms at TP47R and TP47B proper? Are signal waveforms at TP47B and TP47R proper? Yes Yes No Is SCP signal waveform at pin (30) of IC201 proper? No Check IC201. Check D621 and its peripherals. Check TU51. SX68N7 CX68N5 19-1 19-2 . Q405.43: Check X800. Colour control circuit detective. Fix control to coloured system.

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