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FILE NO.

050-200421

SERVICE MANUAL

COLOR TELEVISION

26HF14

DOCUMENT CREATED IN JAPAN, Oct., 2004


SERVICING NOTICES ON CHECKING
1. KEEP THE NOTICES 6. AVOID AN X-RAY
As for the places which need special attentions, Safety is secured against an X-ray by consider-
they are indicated with the labels or seals on the ing about the cathode-ray tube and the high
cabinet, chassis and parts. Make sure to keep the voltage peripheral circuit, etc.
indications and notices in the operation manual. Therefore, when repairing the high voltage pe-
ripheral circuit, use the designated parts and
2. AVOID AN ELECTRIC SHOCK
make sure not modify the circuit.
There is a high voltage part inside. Avoid an Repairing except indicates causes rising of high
electric shock while the electric current is voltage, and it emits an X-ray from the cathode-
flowing. ray tube.
3. USE THE DESIGNATED PARTS 7. PERFORM A SAFETY CHECK AFTER
The parts in this equipment have the specific SERVICING
characters of incombustibility and withstand
Confirm that the screws, parts and wiring which
voltage for safety. Therefore, the part which is
were removed in order to service are put in the
replaced should be used the part which has
original positions, or whether there are the
the same character.
portions which are deteriorated around the
Especially as to the important parts for safety
serviced places serviced or not. Check the
which is indicated in the circuit diagram or the
insulation between the antenna terminal or
table of parts as a mark, the designated
external metal and the AC cord plug blades.
parts must be used.
And be sure the safety of that.
4. PUT PARTS AND WIRES IN THE (INSULATION CHECK PROCEDURE)
ORIGINAL POSITION AFTER
1. Unplug the plug from the AC outlet.
ASSEMBLING OR WIRING 2. Remove the antenna terminal on TV and turn
There are parts which use the insulation on the TV.
material such as a tube or tape for safety, or 3. Insulation resistance between the cord plug
which are assembled in the condition that terminals and the eternal exposure metal
these do not contact with the printed board. [Note 2] should be more than 1M ohm by
The inside wiring is designed not to get closer using the 500V insulation resistance meter
to the pyrogenic parts and high voltage parts. [Note 1].
Therefore, put these parts in the original 4. If the insulation resistance is less than 1M
positions. ohm, the inspection repair should be
required.
5. TAKE CARE TO DEAL WITH THE
[Note 1]
CATHODE-RAY TUBE
If you have not the 500V insulation
In the condition that an explosion-proof cathode-
resistance meter, use a Tester.
ray tube is set in this equipment, safety is
secured against implosion. However, when [Note 2]
removing it or serving from backward, it is External exposure metal: Antenna terminal
dangerous to give a shock. Take enough care to Earphone jack
deal with it.

HOW TO ORDER PARTS


Please include the following informations when you order parts. (Particularly the VERSION LETTER.)
1. MODEL NUMBER and VERSION LETTER
The MODEL NUMBER can be found on the back of each product and the VERSION LETTER can be
found at the end of the SERIAL NUMBER.
2. PART NO. and DESCRIPTION
You can find it in your SERVICE MANUAL.

IMPORTANT
Inferior silicon grease can damage IC's and transistors.
When replacing an IC's or transistors, use only specified silicon grease (YG6260M).
Remove all old silicon before applying new silicon.

A1-1
TABLE OF CONTENTS

SERVICING NOTICES ON CHECKING ..................................................................................... A1-1


HOW TO ORDER PARTS .......................................................................................................... A1-1
IMPORTANT ............................................................................................................................... A1-1
TABLE OF CONTENTS .............................................................................................................. A2-1
GENERAL SPECIFICATIONS ................................................................................................... A3-1~A3-5
DISASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS
1. REMOVAL OF ANODE CAP ............................................................................................... B1-1
2. REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION OF FLAT PACKAGE IC ................................................ B2-1, B2-2
SERVICE MODE LIST ................................................................................................................ C-1
CONFIRMATION OF HOURS USED ......................................................................................... C-1
WHEN REPLACING EEPROM (MEMORY) IC .......................................................................... C-2
ELECTRICAL ADJUSTMENTS .................................................................................................. D-1~D-6
BLOCK DIAGRAMS
TV ............................................................................................................................................. E-1, E-2
SOUND AMP/FRONT JACK ................................................................................................... E-3, E-4
MICON1/STEREO ................................................................................................................... E-5, E-6
AV/SYNC COUNT/CONNECTOR ........................................................................................... E-7, E-8
INTERFACE ............................................................................................................................. E-9, E-10
MICON2 ................................................................................................................................... E-11, E-12
PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARDS
MAIN ........................................................................................................................................ F-1~F-4
AV/CONNECTOR .................................................................................................................... F-5, F-6
HD-MI/FRONT JACK ............................................................................................................... F-7, F-8
CRT/VM COIL .......................................................................................................................... F-9, F-10
SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS
CHROMA/PROGRESSIVE/PIN CUSHION ............................................................................ G-1, G-2
DEFLECTION .......................................................................................................................... G-3, G-4
TV POWER .............................................................................................................................. G-5, G-6
OPERATION ............................................................................................................................ G-7, G-8
MICON1 ................................................................................................................................... G-9, G-10
STEREO .................................................................................................................................. G-11, G-12
TUNER/AV ............................................................................................................................... G-13, G-14
REGURATOR .......................................................................................................................... G-15, G-16
SYNC COUNT/CONNECTOR ................................................................................................. G-17, G-18
HDMI INTERFACE .................................................................................................................. G-19, G-20
HDMI MICON2 ......................................................................................................................... G-21, G-22
CRT/SVM ................................................................................................................................. G-23, G-24
SOUND AMP/FRONT AV ........................................................................................................ G-25, G-26
WAVEFORMS ............................................................................................................................. H-1~H-4
MECHANICAL EXPLODED VIEWS ........................................................................................... I-1~I-3
MECHANICAL REPLACEMENT PARTS LIST ......................................................................... J1-1
ELECTRICAL REPLACEMENT PARTS LIST ........................................................................... J2-1~J2-8

A2-1
GENERAL SPECIFICATIONS
G-1 TV CRT CRT Size / Visual Size 26 inch / 656.7mmV
System CRT Type Flat (16:9)
Deflection 104 degree
Magnetic Field BV/BH +0.45G/0.18G
Color System NTSC
Speaker 2 Speaker
Position Front Bottom
Size 1.8 x 3.9 Inch
Impedance 8 ohm
Sound Output MAX 5.0W+5.0W
10%(Typical) - W
NTSC3.58+4.43 /PAL60Hz No
G-2 Tuning Broadcasting System US System M
System Tuner and System 1Tuner
Receive CH Destination USA(W/ CABLE)
Tuning System F-Synth
Input Impedance VHF/UHF 75 ohm
2 - 69, 4A, A-5 - A-1,
CH Coverage A - I, J - W, W+1 - W+84
Intermediate Picture(FP) 45.75MHz
Frequency Sound(FS) 41.25MHz
FP-FS 4.50MHz
Preset CH No
Stereo/Dual TV Sound Yes
Tuner Sound Muting Yes
G-3 Power Power Source AC 120V AC 60Hz
DC
Power Consumption at AC
175 W at AC 120 V 60 Hz
Stand by (at AC) 1 W at AC 120 V 60 Hz
Per Year -- kWh/Year
Protector Power Fuse Yes
Safety Circuit Yes
IC Protector(Micro Fuse) Yes
G-4 Regulation Safety UL/CSA
Radiation FCC/IC
X-Radiation DHHS/HWC
G-5 Temperature Operation +5oC ~ +40oC
Storage -20oC ~ +60oC
G-6 Operating Humidity Less than 80% RH

A3-1
GENERAL SPECIFICATIONS
G-7 On Screen Menu Yes
Display Menu Type Icon
Picture Yes
Mode(Picture preference) Yes
Brightness Yes
Contrast Yes
Color Yes
Tint Yes
Sharpness Yes
Color Temperature Yes
Display Format Yes
Cable Clear No
SVM Yes
Reset Yes
Audio Yes
MTS Yes
Bass Yes
Treble Yes
Balance Yes
Stable Sound Yes
Speakers On/Off Yes
Dolby Virtual No
WOW SRS 3D Yes
WOW Focus Yes
WOW Tru Bass Yes
BBE No
HDMI1 Yes
HDMI2 No
Reset Yes
Setup Yes
Language Yes
Clock Set Yes
TV/CABLE Yes
CH Program Yes
Add/ Erase Yes
Closed Caption Yes
Picture Size Yes
Picture Scroll Yes
Cinema Mode Yes
Aspect Yes
Image Tilt Yes
Option Yes
Timer Yes
Favorite CH Yes
CH Label Yes
VIDEO Label Yes
Locks Yes
V-Chip Yes
Lock Yes
New Password Yes
Front Panel Lock Yes
Control Level Yes
Volume Yes
Contrast Yes
Brightness Yes
Color Yes
Tint Yes
Sharpness Yes
Bass Yes
Treble Yes
Balance Yes
Image Tilt Yes
Picture Scroll Yes
Stereo, SAP, Mono Yes
Video Yes
Color Stream(Component) Yes
HDMI Yes
Channel(TV/Cable) Yes
CH Label Yes
Video Label Yes
Clock Yes
Game Timer Yes
Front Panel Lock Yes
On Timer Yes
Sleep Timer Yes
Reset Yes
Sound Mute Yes
V-chip Rating Yes
NOT AVAILABLE Yes
Picture Size Yes

A3-2
GENERAL SPECIFICATIONS
G-8 OSD Language English French Spanish
G-9 Clock and Sleep Timer Max Time 120 Min
Timer Step 10 Min
On Timer Program Yes
Wake Up Timer No
Timer Back-up (at Power Off Mode) more than -- Min Sec
G-10 Remote Unit RC-GR
Control Glow in Dark Remocon No
Back Light Remocon Yes
Format Toshiba
Custom Code TV:40-BFh
Power Source Voltage(D.C) 3V
UM size x pcs UM-3 x 2 pcs
Total Keys 40 Keys
Keys Power Yes
1 Yes
2 Yes
3 Yes
4 Yes
5 Yes
6 Yes
7 Yes
8 Yes
9 Yes
0 Yes
100 /+10 Yes
CH Up Yes
CH Down Yes
Volume Up Yes
Volume Down Yes
TV/Video(Input Select) Yes
ENT,CH RTN(Quick View) Yes
Menu > / FAV Up Yes
Menu < / FAV Down Yes
Menu Up Yes
Menu Down Yes
Mute Yes
PIC SIZE (16:9) Yes
Light Yes
Multi Brand Keys TV/CBL/SAT/VCR/DVD Yes
(DVD Keys) Enter Yes
(TV / DVD Keys) SLEEP/TOP MENU Yes
RECALL(Call) / (Display) Yes
Menu/Enter / DVD MENU Yes
Exit / DVD CLEAR Yes
(DVD / VCR Keys) Pause/Still Yes
FF Yes
Rew Yes
Play Yes
Stop Yes
<</Skip / Search Forward Yes
>>/Skip / Search Forward Yes
(VCR Keys) Rec Yes
TV/VCR Yes

A3-3
GENERAL SPECIFICATIONS
G-11 Features Auto Degauss Yes
Auto Shut Off Yes
CABLE Yes
Memory(Last CH) Yes
Memory(Last Volume) Yes
V-Chip Yes
Type USA, ORION Type
SRS WOW(SRS 3D/Focus/Tru Bass) Yes
Timer(On Timer /Sleep Timer) Yes
Aspect Yes
Cinema Mode Yes
Image Tilt Yes
BBE No
Direct Input Selection Yes
Auto Search No
CH Allocation No
CH Lock Yes
CH Program Yes
CH Label Yes
SAP Yes
Just Clock Function No
VIDEO Label Yes
SVM Yes
VM Circuit Yes
Comb Filter Yes
3 -D
Super Wide Band AMP No
Cable Clear No
Hotel Lock No
Closed Caption Yes
Stable Sound Yes
FBT Leak Test Protect Yes
Video Lock Yes
Game Timer(Max Time:120Min) Yes
Energy Star Yes
Favorite CH Yes
Variable Audio Out Yes
Virtual Dolby No
Picture Size Yes
Color Temperature Control Yes
Mode(Picture Preference) Yes
Front Panel Lock Yes
Available Scan Rates (Component/HDMI) 480i/480p/720p/1080i
Menu=Volume Up+Volume Down Yes
Auto Setup(Language/CH Program) Yes
G-12 Accessories Owner's Manual Language English / French
W/ Warranty Yes
Remote Control Unit Yes
Rod Antenna No
Poles
Terminal
Loop Antenna No
Terminal -
U/V Mixer No
DC Car Cord (Center+) No
Guarantee Card No
Warning Sheet No
Circuit Diagram No
Antenna Change Plug No
Service Station List No
Important Safety Instruction No
Dew/AHC Caution Sheet No
AC Plug Adapter No
Quick Set-up Sheet No
Battery Yes
UM size x pcs UM-3 x 2
OEM Brand No
AC Cord No
AV Cord (2Pin-1Pin) No
Registration Card (NDL Card) Yes
PTB Sheet No
ESP Card No
300 ohm to 75 ohm Antenna Adapter No
Information Sheet(for HDMI) Yes

A3-4
GENERAL SPECIFICATIONS
G-13 Interface Switch Front Power Yes
Channel Up/Menu Up Yes
Channel Down/Menu Down Yes
Volume Up/Menu > Yes
Volume Down/Menu < Yes
Rear AC/DC No
TV/CABLE Selector No
Degauss No
Main Power SW No
Indicator Power Yes(RED)
Stand-by No
On Timer No
Terminals Front Video Input = VIDEO3 RCA
Audio Input = VIDEO3 RCA x 2
S Input = VIDEO3 Yes
Other Terminal No
Rear Video Input(Rear1) = VIDEO1 RCA
Video Input(Rear2) = VIDEO2 RCA
S Input = VIDEO1 Yes
S Input = VIDEO2 Yes
Audio Input(Rear1) = VIDEO1 RCA x 2
Audio Input(Rear2) = VIDEO2 RCA x 2
Video Output RCA
Audio Output RCA x 2 (Variable)
Component Input1(w/ Analog Audio L/R) RCA x 5
Component Input2(w/ Analog Audio L/R) RCA x 5
HDMI Input1(w/ Analog Audio L/R) HDMI x 1(RCA x 2)
HDMI Input2(w/ Analog Audio L/R) No
Diversity No
Ext Speaker No
VHF/UHF Antenna Input F Type
AC Outlet No
G-14 Set Size Approx. W x D x H (mm) 700 x 502 x 495.5
G-15 Weight Net (Approx.) 36.0 kg ( 79.4 lbs)
Gross (Approx.) 41.5kg ( 91.5lbs)
G-16 Carton Master Carton No
Content ---- Sets
Material -- /--
Dimensions W x D x H(mm) -- x -- x --
Description of Origin No
Gift Box Yes
Material Double/Brown
Dimensions W x D x H(mm) 840 x 620 x 627
Design As per Buyer's
Description of Origin Yes
Drop Test Natural Dropping At 1 Corner / 2
Edges / 4 Surfaces
Height (cm) 60 (ORION SPEC:31)
Container Stuffing 156 Sets/40' container
G-17 Cabinet Material Cabinet Cabinet Front PS 94V0 DECABROM
Cabinet Rear PS 94V0 NON-DECABROM
PCB Non-Halogen Demand No
Eyelet Demand Yes
G-18 Environment Pb Free Lead-free Solder Yes
Other No
Cd Free No

A3-5
DISASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS
1. REMOVAL OF ANODE CAP 3. After one side is removed, pull in the opposite direction to
remove the other.
Read the following NOTED items before starting work.
NOTE
* After turning the power off there might still be a potential
voltage that is very dangerous. When removing the Take care not to damage the Rubber Cap.
Anode Cap, make sure to discharge the Anode Cap's INSTALLATION
potential voltage.
1. Clean the spot where the cap was located with a small
* Do not use pliers to loosen or tighten the Anode Cap
amount of alcohol. (Refer to Fig. 1-3.)
terminal, this may cause the spring to be damaged.
REMOVAL
1. Follow the steps as follows to discharge the Anode Cap. Location of Anode Cap
(Refer to Fig. 1-1.)
Connect one end of an Alligator Clip to the metal part of a
flat-blade screwdriver and the other end to ground.
While holding the plastic part of the insulated Screwdriver,
touch the support of the Anode with the tip of the
Screwdriver.
A cracking noise will be heard as the voltage is discharged.

Fig. 1-3

GND on the CRT NOTE


Confirm that there is no dirt, dust, etc. at the spot where
the cap was located.
2. Arrange the wire of the Anode Cap and make sure the
wire is not twisted.
3. Turn over the Rubber Cap. (Refer to Fig. 1-4.)

Screwdriver CRT
Support
Alligator Clip
Fig. 1-4
GND on the CRT Fig. 1-1
4. Insert one end of the Anode Support into the anode button,
2. Flip up the sides of the Rubber Cap in the direction of the then the other as shown in Fig. 1-5.
arrow and remove one side of the support.
(Refer to Fig. 1-2.)

Rubber Cap

Support
CRT
Fig. 1-5
CRT
Support 5. Confirm that the Support is securely connected.
Fig. 1-2
6. Put on the Rubber Cap without moving any parts.

B1-1
DISASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS
2. REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION OF 3. When IC starts moving back and forth easily after
desoldering completely, pickup the corner of the IC using a
FLAT PACKAGE IC tweezers and remove the IC by moving with the IC
desoldering machine. (Refer to Fig. 2-3.)
REMOVAL
NOTE
1. Put the Masking Tape (cotton tape) around the Flat
Some ICs on the PCB are affixed with glue, so be
Package IC to protect other parts from any damage. careful not to break or damage the foil of each IC leads
(Refer to Fig. 2-1.) or solder lands under the IC when removing it.
NOTE
Masking is carried out on all the parts located within 10 Blower type IC
mm distance from IC leads. desoldering
machine

Masking Tape IC
(Cotton Tape)

Tweezers

Fig. 2-1
IC
Fig. 2-3
2. Heat the IC leads using a blower type IC desoldering
machine. (Refer to Fig. 2-2.)
4. Peel off the Masking Tape.
NOTE
Do not add the rotating and the back and forth 5. Absorb the solder left on the pattern using the Braided
directions force on the IC, until IC can move back and Shield Wire. (Refer to Fig. 2-4.)
forth easily after desoldering the IC leads completely. NOTE
Do not move the Braided Shield Wire in the vertical
direction towards the IC pattern.
Blower type IC
desoldering machine

Braided Shield Wire

Soldering Iron

IC
IC pattern
Fig. 2-2 Fig. 2-4

B2-1
DISASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS
INSTALLATION 4. When bridge-soldering between terminals and/or the
soldering amount are not enough, resolder using a Thin-tip
1. Take care of the polarity of new IC and then install the new Soldering Iron. (Refer to Fig. 2-8.)
IC fitting on the printed circuit pattern. Then solder each
lead on the diagonal positions of IC temporarily.
(Refer to Fig. 2-5.)
Thin-tip Soldering Iron IC

Soldering Iron

Fig. 2-8

5. Finally, confirm the soldering status on four sides of the IC


Solder temporarily Solder temporarily
using a magnifying glass.
Confirm that no abnormality is found on the soldering
Fig. 2-5 position and installation position of the parts around the IC.
If some abnormality is found, correct by resoldering.
2. Supply the solder from the upper position of IC leads NOTE
sliding to the lower position of the IC leads.
When the IC leads are bent during soldering and/or
(Refer to Fig. 2-6.)
repairing, do not repair the bending of leads. If the
bending of leads are repaired, the pattern may be
damaged. So, always be sure to replace the IC in this
case.

Solder Soldering Iron

IC Supply soldering
from upper position
to lower position

Fig. 2-6

3. Absorb the solder left on the lead using the Braided Shield
Wire. (Refer to Fig. 2-7.)
NOTE
Do not absorb the solder to excess.

Soldering Iron
IC

Braided Shield Wire

Fig. 2-7

B2-2
SERVICE MODE LIST
This unit provided with the following SERVICE MODES so you can repair, examine and adjust easily.
To enter the Service Mode, press both set key and remote control key for more than 2 seconds.

Set Key Remocon Key Operations


VOL. (-) MIN 0 Releasing of V-CHIP PASSWORD.
Initialization of the factory.
NOTE: Do not use this for the normal servicing.
VOL. (-) MIN 1
If you set a factory initialization, the memories are reset such as the channel setting,
and the POWER ON total hours.
POWER ON total hours is displayed on the screen.
Refer to the "CONFIRMATION OF HOURS USED".
VOL. (-) MIN 6
Can be checked of the INITIAL DATA of MEMORY IC.
Refer to the "WHEN REPLACING EEPROM (MEMORY) IC".
Display of the Adjustment MENU on the screen.
VOL. (-) MIN 9
Refer to the "ELECTRICAL ADJUSTMENT" (On-Screen Display Adjustment).

CONFIRMATION OF HOURS USED


POWER ON total hours can be checked on the screen. Total hours are displayed in 16 system of notation.
NOTE: If you set a factory initialization, the total hours is reset to "0".
1. Set the VOLUME to minimum. ADDRESS DATA

2. Press both VOL. DOWN button on the set and Channel


button (6) on the remote control for more than 2 seconds.
3. After the confirmation of using hours, turn off the power. INIT 000 DF Initial setting content of MEMORY IC.

CRT ON 0010 POWER ON total hours.


= (16 x 16 x 16 x thousands digit value)
MICON Version OEC7111A_073 + (16 x 16 x hundreds digit value)
+ (16 x tens digit value)
+ (ones digit value)
FIG. 1

C-1
WHEN REPLACING EEPROM (MEMORY) IC
If a service repair is undertaken where it has been required to change the MEMORY IC, the following steps should be taken to
ensure correct data settings while making reference to TABLE 1.
ADDRESS DATA
INI +0 +1 +2 +3 +4 +5 +6 +7 +8 +9 +A +B +C +D +E +F
00 DF A2 01 C0 A6 1C 86 B8 42 E4 B3 03 0D 36 03 00
INIT 000 DF
10 01 05 1F 24 40 45 5D 62 45 4A 67 0F 15 0A AA 00
CRT ON 0010
20 84 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 19 00 5A 98 33 04 76
OEC7111A_073
30 77 05 07 21 10 07 00 22 74 81 01 07 06 40 40 40

FIG. 1 40 8F C0 40 00 27 0A 2A 00 13 C0 80 55 70 72 99 59

50 68 99 5B 00 73 14 1F 2D 24 16 00 00 00 00 00 FE

60 08 D6 D9 DB 15 00 00 26 06 07 09 00 C9 C8 E8 BC

70 80 0F 00 3F 22 22 00 00 00 00 1D 6D FF FF FA FA

80 FF C0 52 50 8B 00 06 06 22 00 96 8B 8C 90 22 00

90 11 0A 00 07 00 00 00 B6 01 48 33 23 27 2A 2D 30

A0 33 36 39 3C 3F 42 45 48 4B 4E 51 53 55 57 58 59

B0 5A 5B 5C 5D 5E 5F 61 63 65 67 69 6A 6B 6C 6D 6E

C0 6F 70 71 71 72 72 73 73 74 74 75 75 75 75 76 76

D0 76 76 77 77 77 77 78 78 78 78 79 42 00 00 00 0C

E0 06 06 11 14 E0 E6 F5 2B 38 FF 17 31 36 40 00 3F

F0 54 --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- ---

100 DC F1 3C 22 22 5A 71 69 33 00 0E 38 22 22 DA 71

110 69 33 00 44 00 77 59 94 57 02 01 82 04 03 05 02

120 02 02 02 02 02 01 00 81 00 81 00 88 00 D0 81 02

130 81 02 81 02 00 81 05 00 FB F7 00 00 7C 3E 00 00

140 00 00 00 00 00 25 1E F4 05 16 A4 03 03 --- --- ---

Table 1
1. Enter DATA SET mode by setting VOLUME to minimum.
2. Press both VOL. DOWN button on the set and Channel button (6) on the remote control for more than 2 seconds.
ADDRESS and DATA should appear as FIG 1.
3. ADDRESS is now selected and should "blink". Using the UP/DOWN button on the remote, step through the ADDRESS until
required ADDRESS to be changed is reached.
4. Press RIGHT/LEFT button to select DATA. When DATA is selected, it will "blink".
5. Again, step through the DATA using UP/DOWN button until required DATA value has been selected.
6. Pressing RIGHT/LEFT button will take you back to ADDRESS for further selection if necessary.
7. Repeat steps 3 to 6 until all data has been checked.
8. When satisfied correct DATA has been entered, turn POWER off (return to STANDBY MODE) to finish DATA input.

After the data input, set to the initializing of shipping.


9. Turn POWER on.
10. Press both VOL. DOWN button on the set and Channel button (1) on the remote control for more than 2 seconds.
11. After the finishing of the initializing of shipping, the unit will turn off automatically.
The unit will now have the correct DATA for the new MEMORY IC.

C-2
ELECTRICAL ADJUSTMENTS
1. ADJUSTMENT PROCEDURE NO. FUNCTION NO. FUNCTION NO. FUNCTION
Read and perform these adjustments when repairing the 00 OSD H 20 CORNER 40 R-Y PHASE
01 CUT OFF 21 C.PARA 41 G-Y GAIN
circuits or replacing electrical parts or PCB assemblies. 02 H.POSI 22 C.SAW 42 G-Y PHASE
03 V.POSI 23 V.SYMM 43 BRI.CENT
CAUTION 04 H. SIZE 24 R.BIAS 44 BRI.MAX
05 V. SIZE 25 G.BIAS 45 BRI.MIN
• Use an isolation transformer when performing any service 06 V. LIN 26 B.BIAS 46 CONT.CENT
on this chassis. 07 V-EHT 27 R/G.DRV 47 CONT.MAX
08 H-EHT 28 B/R.DRV 48 CONT.MIN
• Before removing the anode cap, discharge electricity 09 V-BLK P 29 R.BIAS(C) 49 COL.CENT
because it contains high voltage. 10 V-BLK S 30 G.BIAS(C) 50 COL.MAX
11 V.CENT 31 B.BIAS(C) 51 COL.MIN
• When removing a PCB or related component, after 12 V.LIMIT 32 R/G.DRV(C) 52 SUB CONT
unfastening or changing a wire, be sure to put the wire 13 V.CORR 33 B/R.DRV(C) 53 TINT
14 V.S.CORR 34 R.BIAS(W) 54 SHARP.CENT
back in its original position. 15 EW PARA 35 G.BIAS(W) 55 SHARP.MAX
• When you exchange IC and Transistor for a heat sink, 16 TRAPEZIUM 36 B.BIAS(W) 56 SHARP.MIN
17 COR.TOP 37 R/G.DRV(W) 57 TILT.CENT
apply the silicon grease on the contact section of the heat 18 COR.BTM 38 B/R.DRV(W) 58 TEST STEREO
sink. Before applying new silicon grease, remove all the 19 S.CORR 39 R-Y GAIN 59 TEST AUDIO
old silicon grease. (Old grease may cause damages to the Fig. 1-2
IC and Transistor.)
Prepare the following measurement tools for electrical 2. BASIC ADJUSTMENTS
adjustments.
1. Oscilloscope 2-1: CUT OFF
2. Digital Voltmeter 1. Place the set with Aging Test for more than 15 minutes.
3. Multi-sound Generator 2. Set condition is AV MODE without signal.
4. Pattern Generator 3. Using the remote control, set the brightness and contrast
On-Screen Display Adjustment to normal position.
1. In the condition of NO indication on the screen. 4. Activate the adjustment mode display of Fig. 1-1 and
Press the VOL. DOWN button on the set and the Channel press the channel button (01) on the remote control to
button (9) on the remote control for more than 2 second to select "CUT OFF".
appear the adjustment mode on the screen as shown in 5. Adjust the Screen Volume until a dim raster is obtained.
Fig. 1-1.
2-2: WHITE BALANCE
NOTE: Adjust after performing CUT OFF adjustment.
TV
THEATER WIDEA I 1. Place the set with Aging Test for more than 10 minutes.
2. Receive the gray scale pattern from the Pattern Generator.
3. Using the remote control, set the brightness and contrast
to normal position.
4. Activate the adjustment mode display of Fig. 1-1 and
00 OSD H 1 press the channel button (24) on the remote control to
Fig. 1-1 select “R.BIAS”.
5. Press the CH. UP/DOWN button on the remote control to
3. Use the Channel UP/DOWN button or Channel button select the “R.BIAS”, “G.BIAS”, “B.BIAS”, “R/G.DRV”, “B/
(0-9) on the remote control to select the options shown R.DRV”, “R.BIAS(C)”, “G.BIAS(C)”, “B.BIAS(C)”, “R/
in Fig. 1-2. G.DRV(C)”, “B/R.DRV(C)”, “R.BIAS(W)”, “G.BIAS(W)”,
4. Press the MENU button on the remote control to end the “B.BIAS(W)”, “R/G.DRV(W)” or “B/R.DRV(W)”.
adjustments. 6. Adjust the VOL. UP/DOWN button on the remote control
5. To display the adjustment screen for AV, CS and HD- to whiten the R.BIAS(C), G.BIAS(C), B.BIAS(C), R/
MI mode, press the TV/VIDEO button on the remote G.DRV(C), B/R.DRV(C), R.BIAS(W), G.BIAS(W),
control to set to the AV, CS and HD-MI mode. Press B.BIAS(W), R/G.DRV(W) and B/R.DRV(W)”at each step
the VOL.DOWN button on the set and the channel (9) tone sections equally.
on the remote control for more than 2 seconds. 7. Perform the above adjustments 5 and 6 until the white
color is looked like a white.

D-1
ELECTRICAL ADJUSTMENTS
2-3: FOCUS 2-6: VERTICAL CENT/ VERTICAL SIZE
1. Receive the monoscope pattern. 1. Receive the monoscope pattern.
2. Turn the Focus Volume fully counterclockwise once. 2. Press the MENU button. And, then press the LEFT/
3. Adjust the Focus Volume until picture is distinct. RIGHT button on the remote control until the PICTURE
menu appears.
2-4: OSD HORIZONTAL 3. Press the LEFT/RIGHT button on the remote control to
highlight DISPLAY FORMAT.
1. Receive the monoscope pattern from the Pattern
4. Press the LEFT/RIGHT button on the remote control to
Generator.
select 1080i.
2. Using the remote control, set the brightness and
5. Set the screen mode to FULL.
contrast to normal position.
6. Using the remote control, set the brightness and contrast
3. Activate the adjustment mode display of Fig. 1-1 and
to normal position.
press the channel button (00) on the remote control to
7. Activate the adjustment mode display of Fig. 1-1 and
select "OSD H".
press the channel button (11) on the remote control to
4. Press the LEFT/RIGHT button on the remote control
select “V. CENT”.
until the difference of A and B becomes minimum.
8. Press the VOL. UP/DOWN button on the remote control
(Refer to Fig. 2-1)
until the horizontal line becomes fit to the notch of the
shadow mask.
TV
9. Receive the monoscope pattern.
THEATER WIDEA I 10. Activate the adjustment mode display of Fig. 1-1 and
press the channel button (05) on the remote control to
select “V. SIZE”.
11. Press the VOL. UP/DOWN button on the remote control
until the SHIFT quantity of the OVER SCAN on upside and
downside becomes 8%.
00 OSD H 1

2-7: VERTICAL LINEARITY


A B Fig. 2-1 NOTE: Adjust after performing adjustments in section 2-6.
After the adjustment of Vertical Linearity, reconfirm
the Vertical Position and Vertical Size adjustments.
2-5: HORIZONTAL POSITION/ HORIZONTAL SIZE
1. Receive the monoscope pattern.
1. Receive the monoscope pattern. 2. Press the MENU button. And, then press the LEFT/
2. Press the MENU button. And, then press the LEFT/ RIGHT button on the remote control until the PICTURE
RIGHT button on the remote control until the PICTURE menu appears.
menu appears. 3. Press the LEFT/RIGHT button on the remote control to
3. Press the LEFT/RIGHT button on the remote control to highlight DISPLAY FORMAT.
highlight DISPLAY FORMAT. 4. Press the LEFT/RIGHT button on the remote control to
4. Press the LEFT/RIGHT button on the remote control to select 1080i.
select 1080i. 5. Set the screen mode to FULL.
5. Set the screen mode to FULL. 6. Using the remote control, set the brightness and contrast
6. Activate the adjustment mode display of Fig. 1-1 and to normal position.
press the channel button (02) on the remote control to 7. Activate the adjustment mode display of Fig. 1-1 and
select "H.POSI". press the channel button (06) on the remote control to
7. Press the VOL. UP/DOWN button on the remote select “V. LIN”.
control until the SHIFT quantity of the OVER SCAN on 8. Press the VOL. UP/DOWN button on the remote control
right and left becomes becomes minimum. until the SHIFT quantity of the OVER SCAN on upside and
8. Receive the monoscope pattern. downside becomes 8%.
9. Activate the adjustment mode display of Fig. 1-1 and
press the channel button (04) on the remote control to
select “H. SIZE”.
10. Press the VOL. UP/DOWN button on the remote control
until the SHIFT quantity of the OVER SCAN on right and
left becomes 7.5%.

D-2
ELECTRICAL ADJUSTMENTS
2-8: BRIGHT CENT 2-11: TRAPEZIUM
1. Receive the monoscope pattern. (RF Input) 1. Receive the crosshatch signal from the Pattern Generator.
2. Set the screen mode to FULL. 2. Press the MENU button. And, then press the LEFT/
3. Using the remote control, set the brightness and contrast RIGHT button on the remote control until the PICTURE
to normal position. menu appears.
4. Activate the adjustment mode display of Fig. 1-1 and 3. Press the LEFT/RIGHT button on the remote control to
press the channel button (43) on the remote control to highlight DISPLAY FORMAT.
select "BRI CENT". 4. Press the LEFT/RIGHT button on the remote control to
5. Press the VOL. UP/DOWN button on the remote control select 1080i.
until the white 30% is starting to be visible 5. Set the screen mode to FULL.
6. Receive the monoscope pattern. (Audio Video Input) 6. Using the remote control, set the brightness and contrast
7. Press the TV/VIDEO button on the remote control to set to normal position.
to the AV mode. Then perform the above adjustments 7. Activate the adjustment mode display of Fig. 1-1 and
2~5. press the channel button (16) on the remote control to
8. Receive the monoscope pattern. select “TRAPEZIUM”.
9. Press the TV/VIDEO button on the remote control to set 8. Press the VOL. UP/DOWN button on the remote control
to the CS mode.Then perform the above adjustments until the both ends vertical lines of the screen become
2~5. parallel.
10. Receive the monoscope pattern.
11. Press the TV/VIDEO button on the remote control to set 2-12: COR TOP/BTM
to the HD-MI mode.Then perform the above adjustments 1. Receive the crosshatch signal from the Pattern Generator.
2~5. 2. Set the screen mode to FULL.
3. Using the remote control, set the brightness and contrast
2-9: SUB CONTRAST
to normal position.
1. Set the screen mode to FULL. 4. Activate the adjustment mode display of Fig. 1-1 and
2. Activate the adjustment mode display of Fig. 1-1 and press the channel button (17) on the remote control to
press the channel button (52) on the remote control to select “COR. TOP”.
select "SUB CONT". 5. Press the VOL. UP/DOWN button on the remote control
3. Check if the step No. SUB CONT is "16". until the both ends vertical lines become straight.
4. Receive a broadcast and check if the picture is normal. 6. Activate the adjustment mode display of Fig. 1-1 and
5. Press the TV/VIDEO button on the remote control to set to press the channel button (18) on the remote control to
the AV mode. Then perform the above adjustments 1~4. select “COR. BTM”.
6. Press the TV/VIDEO button on the remote control to set to 7. Press the VOL. UP/DOWN button on the remote control
the CS mode. Then perform the above adjustments 1~4. until the both ends vertical lines of the screen become
7. Press the TV/VIDEO button on the remote control to set to parallel.
the HD-MI mode. Then perform the above adjustments
1~4.

2-10: E/W PARA


1. Receive the crosshatch signal from the Pattern Generator.
2. Set the screen mode to FULL.
3. Using the remote control, set the brightness and contrast
to normal position.
4. Activate the adjustment mode display of Fig. 1-1 and
press the channel button (15) on the remote control to
select “E W PARA”.
5. Press the VOL. UP/DOWN button on the remote control
until the both ends vertical lines become straight.
6. Set the screen mode to 4:3.
7. Press the VOL. UP/DOWN button on the remote control
until the both ends vertical lines of the screen become
parallel.

D-3
ELECTRICAL ADJUSTMENTS
2-13: TINT/COLOR CENT 2-14: TILT
1. Receive the color bar pattern. 1. Connect the digital voltmeter between W843 and W844.
2. Connect the oscilloscope to TP806. 2. Receive the crosshatch signal from the Pattern Generator.
3. Activate the adjustment mode display of Fig. 1-1 and 3. Press the PIC SIZE button on the remote control to select
press the channel button (53) on the remote control to the FULL screen mode.
select "TINT". 4. Using the remote control, set the brightness and contrast
4. Press the VOL. UP/DOWN button on the remote control to normal position.
until the section "A" becomes as straight line. 5. Activate the adjustment mode display of Fig. 1-1 and
(Refer to Fig. 2-2) press the channel button (57) on the remote control to
5. Connect the oscilloscope to TP805. select “TILT CENT”.
6. Activate the adjustment mode display of Fig. 1-1 and 6. Press the VOL. UP/DOWN button on the remote control
press the channel button (49) on the remote control to until the voltage become minimum(0V).
select "COL.CENT".
7. Press the VOL. UP/DOWN button on the remote control 2-15: Confirmation of Fixed Value (Step No.)
until the red color level is adjusted to 110 ± 10% of the Please check if the fixed values of the each adjustment
white level. (Refer to Fig. 2-3) items are set correctly referring below.
8. Please check whether the waveform of TP806 is straight
line. If is not a straight line, adjust to TINT again. NO. FUNCTION RF AV CS HD-MI
9. Receive the color bar pattern. (Audio Video Input) 03 V.POSI 01 01 01 01
10. Press the TV/VIDEO button on the remote control to set to 07 V-EHT 04 04 04 04
the AV mode. Then perform the above adjustments 2~8. 08 H-EHT 03 03 03 03
11. Receive the color bar pattern. 09 V-BLK P 31 31 31 31
12. Press the TV/VIDEO button on the remote control to set to 10 V-BLK S 00 00 00 00
the CS mode. Then perform the above adjustments 2~8. 12 V.LIMIT 00 00 00 00
13. Receive the color bar pattern. 13 V.CORR 15 15 15 15
14. Press the TV/VIDEO button on the remote control to set to 14 C.S.CORR 40 40 40 40
the HD-MI mode. Then perform the above adjustments 19 S.CORR 16 16 16 16
2~8. 20 CORNER 21 21 21 21
21 C.PARA 8 8 8 8
22 C.SAW 8 8 8 8
23 V.SYMM 128 128 128 128
39 R-Y GAIN 8 8 8 8
40 R-Y PHASE 0 0 0 0
41 G-Y GAIN 5 5 5 5
42 G-Y PHASE 0 0 0 0
44 BRI.MAX 250 250 250 250
45 BRI.MIN 110 110 110 110
"A" 46 CONT.CENT 70 70 70 70
47 CONT.MAX 127 127 127 127
"A" 48 CONT.MIN 40 40 40 40
Fig. 2-2
50 COL.MAX 127 127 127 127
51 COL.MIN 0 0 0 0
White 0% 54 SHARP.CENT 55 55 64 64
55 SHARP.MAX 100 100 100 100
56 SHARP.MIN 0 0 0 0

110%

White 100% Red Fig. 2-3

D-4
ELECTRICAL ADJUSTMENTS
3. PURITY AND CONVERGENCE 3-3: STATIC CONVERGENCE
ADJUSTMENTS NOTE
NOTE Adjust after performing adjustments in section 3-2.
1. Turn the unit on and let it warm up for at least 30 1. Receive the crosshatch pattern from the color bar
minutes before performing the following adjustments. generator.
2. Place the CRT surface facing east or west to reduce the 2. Combine red and blue of the 3 color crosshatch
terrestrial magnetism. pattern on the center of the screen by adjusting the pair
3. Turn ON the unit and demagnetize with a Degauss Coil. of 4 pole magnets.
3. Combine red/blue (magenta) and green by adjusting the
3-1: STATIC CONVERGENCE (ROUGH ADJUSTMENT) pair of 6 pole magnets.
1. Tighten the screw for the magnet. Refer to the adjusted
3-4: DYNAMIC CONVERGENCE
CRT for the position. (Refer to Fig. 3-1)
If the deflection yoke and magnet are in one body, NOTE
untighten the screw for the body. Adjust after performing adjustments in section 3-3.
2. Receive the green raster pattern from the color bar
generator. 1. Adjust the differences around the screen by moving the
3. Slide the deflection yoke until it touches the funnel side deflection yoke upward/downward and right/left.
of the CRT. (Refer to Fig. 3-2-a)
4. Adjust center of screen to green, with red and blue on 2. Insert three wedges between the deflection yoke and
the sides, using the pair of purity magnets. CRT funnel to fix the deflection yoke.
5. Switch the color bar generator from the green raster (Refer to Fig. 3-2-b)
pattern to the crosshatch pattern. RGB RGB
6. Combine red and blue of the 3 color crosshatch
pattern on the center of the screen by adjusting the pair
of 4 pole magnets. R
7. Combine red/blue (magenta) and green by adjusting the G
pair of 6 pole magnets. B R
8. Adjust the crosshatch pattern to change to white by
G
repeating steps 6 and 7.
B
UPWARD/DOWNWARD SLANT RIGHT/LEFT SLANT
3-2: PURITY
NOTE Fig. 3-2-a

Adjust after performing adjustments in section 3-1.


1. Receive the green raster pattern from color bar generator.
2. Adjust the pair of purity magnets to center the color on
the screen.
Adjust the pair of purity magnets so the color at the ends WEDGE WEDGE
are equally wide.
3. Move the deflection yoke backward (to neck side)
slowly, and stop it at the position when the whole screen
is green.
4. Confirm red and blue color.
5. Adjust the slant of the deflection yoke while watching the WEDGE
screen, then tighten the fixing screw.
DEFLECTION YOKE WEDGE POSITION
DEFLECTION YOKE SCREW Fig. 3-2-b
MAGNET SCREW

PURITY MAGNETS
6 POLE MAGNETS
4 POLE MAGNETS
Fig. 3-1

D-5
ELECTRICAL ADJUSTMENTS
4. ELECTRICAL ADJUSTMENT PARTS LOCATION GUIDE (WIRING CONNECTION)

R834
TP806

TP805
R842 CP804
VM COIL PCB
CP853 J801
S853 S854

TP804
CP852
CP808B

R801
CP803
CP802B CRT PCB
CP851B CRT

CP801
MAIN PCB

J705 AV PCB PCB


CP808A

FB401 CP103

CP704

HD-MI PCB
J709 J708 J707 J706

TU001

CP605
CP510
CP404

CP2201
CRT

CP101
CP102

CP509

CP711
CP712

CP702B CP703B
CD509

CP851A CP1001

CRT
CD605

CP702A CP703A

CP501
CP601
CD601

CP602 CD706
DEGAUSS
COIL
CD101
CD503
CD504

CONNECTOR PCB
CP506

CP505

CD603
CP504

CD508
CP1003

CP403
OS2001

CRT

AC IN
CD501
FRONT JACK PCB
J2201
J2202
J2204

J2203

CD2251
CD2201

CD1004

CD1003
SPEAKER
CD1001

D-6
TV BLOCK DIAGRAM

CD507
DEGAUSS COIL

D506, D507 TRANSFORMER


F501 D510, D511 T501
AC IN

CD501 AT+5V MICON1/


5 STEREO
AT+3.3V

AV/
2 7 AT+5V SENC COUNT/
CONNECTOR

REGURATOR
IC505
KIA278R09PI
D520, D521
D522, D523 TRANSFORMER
D525, D526 1 2
D527, D528 T502

REGURATOR
IC506 2 12
KIA431A-AT SOUND AMP/
13 SOUND+B FRONT JACK
15
1 8
3 FEED BACK
IC501 18 UNREG+12V
PS2561AL1-1-V(W) Q504, Q505 AV/
UNREG+5V SENC COUNT/
2 3 SWITCHING 5 CONNECTOR
19 UNREG+8V

PROGRESSIVE IC
IC603 TA1360ANG

J801
Q606 Q802, Q811
Y_OUT 3 Y1 IN R OUT 43 BUFFER GREEN AMP 8
AV/ Pb_OUT 7
SENC COUNT/ 4 Cb1/Pb1 IN V801
Q607 Q801, Q810
CONNECTOR CRT
Pr_OUT 5 Cr1/Pr1 IN G OUT 42 BUFFER RED AMP 6

Q608 Q803, Q812 F1


14 SYCN IN
B OUT 41 BUFFER BLUE AMP 11 7
OSD_R 39 ANALOG OSD R IN

OSD_G 38 ANALOG OSD G IN

MICON1/ PIN CUSHION V.OUTPUT


STEREO OSD_B 37 ANALOG OSD B IN IC401 LA78041
IC602 TA1317ANG

SDA1 31 SDA VP OUT 27 7 5


21 6 DY
SCL1 30 SCL
Q401 T401 Q403
19 DEF/DAC Vcc H-OUT 26 H.DRIVE 5 2 FL OUT FB401

55 Y/C Vcc 1 HV
Q605 Q860,Q852,Q853
S
VSM OUT 54 BUFFER AMP
2 F1

10

Q854 Q855-Q859
BUFFER SW
E-1 VM COIL E-2
SOUND AMP/FRONT JACK BLOCK DIAGRAM

SOUND AMP IC
IC1001 TA2024B

VOUTP1 31
10 OAOUT1 SPEAKER
SP1001
AUDIO_L 11 INV1 OUTM1 28

14 OAOUT2 OUTM2 27
MICOM1/
STEREO SPEAKER
AUDIO_R 15 INV2 SP1002
VOUTP2 24
AUDIO_MUTE 12 MUTE

33 VDDA

30 VDD1

29 VDD1

26 VDD2

TV SOUND+B 25 VDD2

FRONT JACK
FRONT_A_IN_R 2 J2204

FRONT JACK
FRONT_A_IN_L 2 J2203

AV/
SYNC COUNT/ FRONT JACK
CONNECTOR FRONT_V_IN 2 J2202

FRONT_S_C 4
FRONT JACK
FRONT_S_Y 3 J2201

FRONT_S_L 6

E-3 E-4
MICON1/STEREO BLOCK DIAGRAM

SYSTEM RESET MICON


IC102 PST3229NR IC101 OEC7111A

OUT 1 12 RESET SCL1 3 SCL1


TV
IN 2 SDA1 4 SDA1
D101 13 Xout
SDA2 31 SDA2 AV/
X103 SYNC COUNT/
EEP ROM IC 64K 16MHz SCL2 28 SCL2 CONNECTOR
IC199 BR24L64F-WE2 15 Xin
VCC(5V) 99 AT+5V
SCL 6 55 EEPROM_SCL
VCC(3.3V) 16 AT+3.3V
SDA 5 56 EEPROM_SDA
EEP_DATA OSD_R 32 OS_R TV
CP103
OSD_G 33 OS_G
2 SCL_EEP
3 SDA_EEP OSD_B 34 OS_B
6 SDA1
TV POWER 81 TV_POWER_H
7 SCL1
S_DET3 80 S_DET3 AV/
MICON_DATA SYNC COUNT/
CP102 9 CNVss S_DET2
S_DET2 79 CONNECTOR
2 TX 35 DRV Tx S_DET1
S_DET1 78
3 BUSY 36 DRV Rx
5 VCC VIDEO MUTE 54 VIDEO MUTE
37 (CLK0)
6 CLK
38 (RTS0) SOUND AMP/
7 RX AUDIO MUTE 51 AUDIO MUTE
FRONT JACK
8 CNVSS 63 SAP/TONE RESET
9 RESET

STEREO
IC902 MSP3440G-QA-C12

71 XTAL_IN 12C_AD 3
X901 12C_CL 2
18.432MHz
72 XTAL_OUT
SC1_IN_L 56 DAC_A_L
AV/ VAR_A_OUT_L 37 SC1_OUT_L SC1_IN_R 57 DAC_A_R
SYNC COUNT/
CONNECTOR VAR_A_OUT_R 36 SC1_OUT_R SC2_IN_L 53 DVI_A_L
SC2_IN_R 54 DVI_A_R
AV/
SC3_IN_L 50 SWD_A_IN_L SYNC COUNT/
CONNECTOR
SOUND AMP/ AUDIO_R 27 DACM_R SC3_IN_R 51 SWD_A_IN_R
FRONT JACK
AUDIO_L SC4_IN_R 48 CS2_A_IN_L
28 DACM_L
SC4_IN_L 47 CS2_A_IN_R

ANA_IN1+ 67 SIF_IN

E-5 E-6
AV/SYNC COUNT/CONNECTOR BLOCK DIAGRAM

YUV_SW YUV IC
IC706 IC702 NJM2584AM(TE1) CS_IN1
NJM2584AM(TE1) J706
CP3604A
IN3A 8 8 V
1 Pb 1 IN1B IN1A 16 3 U
2 Y IN1A 16 7 U
3 Pr 9 IN3B IN2A 11 5 V
IN2A 11 6 Y
7 +12V
14 IN2B IN3A 8 6 Y
INTRFACE 8 DAC_A_L IN2B 14 4 L
10 DAC_A_R
P.CON+5V OUT

OUT2

OUT3
OUT1
+4V IN1B 1 2 R
12 IC3401 KIA278R05PI
13 +5V

OUT
IN3B 9

SW
14 AUDIO-L 3 5 6 CS_IN2

IN
AUDIO-R J707
16
1 2 4
6 Y
AT+5V 7 U
TV UNREG+8V
P.CON+9V OUT 8 V
UNREG+12V IC3400 KIA78R09API
UNREG+5V
4 L
OUT
SW
IN

TV_POWER_H AV SW IC 2 R
1 2 4 IC701 AN15853B-E1
DVI_A_R
DVI_A_L AV/S_IN_1
34 19 J708
MICON1/ DAC_A_R
STEREO P.CON+3.3V OUT
IC3402 KIA278R33PI 21 11
DAC_A_L Y SW IC
IC707 NJM2533V (TE2) 6 9 V
OUT
SW
IN

Pr_OUT 4 8 U
Pb_OUT 1 2 4 9 5 AV
TV 3 IN2 IN1 1 33 Y_OUT
SYNC_COUNT
Y_OUT IC705 3 4 L
29 28 30 OUT
TA1383FG
5 2 R

Y_OUT D_SYNC1_IN
Cr_IN
Cb_IN
7
VAR_A_OUT_L 35 C_OUT
MAIN1/ AV/S_IN_2
STEREO VAR_A_OUT_R A/V OUT J709
J705
CP705 11
Cb_OUT
Cr_OUT

1 Y_OUT 4 13 9 V
3 Pb_OUT 11
2 8 U
5 Pr_OUT
6 22 23 24 20 5 AV
19 P.CON+3.3V
26 SCL 10 4 L
27 SDA 29 Yin 12 2 R
33 V_AV 31 Vout
37 C(CVBS)
39 Y(1) S_DET2 MICON1/
TU001
STEREO
41 Pb(1) S_DET1
43 Pr(1) 14
22 FRONT_V_IN
17 2 17 FRONT_A_IN_R
SDA2
SCL2 15 FRONT_A_IN_L SOUND AMP/
SWD_A_IN_R 28 R_OUT FRONT JAC
18 FRONT_S_C
SWD_A_IN_L 30 L_OUT 16 FRONT_S_Y
MICON1/
STEREO SIF_IN FRONT_S_L
CS2_A_IN_L
CS2_A_IN_R
S_DET_3
VIDEO_MUTE

E-7 E-8
INTERFACE BLOCK DIAGRAM
EEP_ROM
IC3606 BR24L0F-WE2
5 SDA
6 SCL
7 WP HDMI INTERFACE
8 VCC IC3605 SiI9993CTG100 CP3602
Pb 1
Q3603
AnBPb 15 Y 2
BUFFER 76 DSDA 3
AnGY 12 Pr
Q3604 +12V 7 AV/
AnRPr 7 SYNC COUNT/
BUFFER 77 DSCL DAC_A_L 8 CONNECTOR
HDMI DAC_A_R 10
CONNECTOR
CP3601 +4V 12
Q3612 Q3613 VSYNC 34 +5V 13
19 DET AUDIO-L 14
SW SW SCK 32
18 POWER AUDIO-R 16
WS 31
16 SDA L3601 SD0 30
15 SCL ACM2012D
MCLK 27
12 CLK- 1 4 83 RXC- +5V
10 CLK+ VCC 100
2 3 84 RXC+ DAC_A_R
9 D0- OVCC 67
L3603 DAC_A_L
7 D0+ VCC 64 3.3VREG
ACM2012D +12V
6 D1- IC3601 KIA78D33F
4 D1+ 1 4 86 RX0- OVCC 56 V_SYNC

OUT
3 D2- 2 3 87 RX0+ OVCC 47

IN
1 D2+ VCC 40
L3602 1 3 SCK
ACM2012D PVCC2 23 WS
1 4 91 RX1- OVCC 21
SDO
2 3 92 RX1+ VCC 17 MCLK
CSCL 74 3.3VREG MICON2
L3604
ACM2012D IC3602 KIA78D33F
CSDA 75
1 4 96 RX2-
RXT.RST 72

OUT
IN
2 3 97 RX2+ INT 71
1 3
81 EXT_RES
82 AVCC
CSCL
89 AVCC
CSDA
93 AVCC
95 AVCC RXT_RST#
H_INT

Audio_In_L
J3601
2
1
3

Audio_In_R
J3602
2
1
3

E-9 E-10
MICON2 BLOCK DIAGRAM

HDMI MICON IC
IC3611
SST89C58-33-TQJ

X1 15
RXT_RST# 36 RX1_RST X3601
11.0592MHz
H_INT 8 RX1_INT X2 14
SW
38 VCC IC3612
SN74AHC1G08DCKR
+5V 29 EA-/VPP
Q3606 V-SYNC 41 4
CSDA BUFFER 3 CSDA 1 V_SYNC
EEP ROM IC
IC3608
BR24L32F-WE2

VCC 8
Q3609 Q3608
WP 7 MUTE_CTL 18 MUTE SW MUTE SW
SCL 6 2 CSCL
3 A2
INTERFACE SDA 5 Q3610
MUTE SW
INTERFACE

Q3611
Q3605 MUTE SW
CSCL BUFFER
AUDIO_DAC IC
IC3607
CS4334-KSZR
DAC_A_L
SDO 1 SDATA AOUT L 8 3 1
AUDIO_AMP
SCK 2 SCLK VA 7 IC3604
NJM4580M (TE1)
WS 3 LRCLK 5 7 8
MCLK 4 MCLK AOUTR 5
DAC_A_R

+12V

E-11 E-12
F-2

W830 R403 R405 D402 COMPONENTS, SEE INSIDE BACK COVER.


W849 FOR SERVICE INFORMATION ABOUT CRITICAL
R401 PIECE CRITIQUE, VOIR AU VERSO.
INFORMATION POUR SERVICE DES R445_1
CAUTION
D408 ATTENTION W007
W821

C446
8A

C403
CP80

W005 R438
D411
C445 C437
D415
W803

R452
W003

R418 C427
IC401

C434

W008
D410

R443
D418

R449

C423
R447
C429

D414

C444
R451
W004
R424

W009

R437 C421
D413
R421

W002
W001

R450 R428 L407


R434
R429

R432 C412
W805

D412
HS402

C425

R439
CP510

C430 W834
C436
D424

L406

FB401 W835
D423

CP404

R402 C438
W829 W818
C404_1
HS401

R462
W844

W843

C417
Q413

W074
L408

C410
R454

R440 W015
C441

D405
W016
16
D409

R4

R436
13
02

R4

R422

C442 L402
C569_1

Q4

Q403
R417

D406

C418
R410

C406

C426 HS403 B403


W802
R411

B405

C433
D403
W014

6
R414

R40
R408
W012
W011
W010

C405
R407

W017
C409
Q401

R468_1
W013

B404

D404
R404

R492
R601

R431
T401

C407
W036
R487

W836

R427 R430
D417

W804
PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARDS

R486
W035

W021
D508
MAIN (INSERTED PARTS)

R442
R514
W073

D544
D546

R512

9
C51

R441
W837

D503
R535

R508

R609
R509

R547 D505
R505
W037

IC506

W020
W806

C538 R501 C563


IC602

W840 D550 IC501


R519

C537
HS502
SOLDER SIDE

W038
D601

L506 Q504
Q509

C624
6
C533 D53
A
R602

51 W815
P8
W034

D532
CD509

R605

R518
C
W033
R634

R631 W817
D533
L602 R521
R556
R555

16
C542
D610

W032
W031
D608

C549
W024
R623

R5
R638

W018 D519

D529
R522

C515
R635 D514
D607

W030

T502

C536
D609 R524

R532
C524
L504
D549

W027
C507

Q505

C523
W822

C530
W028 R632

R531
D517
W023

C541
W019
W029
IC505

R526
W022

W050 F502
W025

HS501
W041

W039
W040
W047

R527
W052 C545

D520
R550
CD605

C527
R548

W854

28
D524

C5
R681 R687 D537
C543

C517
W855 W072 D521
D606
W042 C525

D523
W043 W842 D522
D53
D541

D548
Q508

R538
D618

R530
R641 D526
9
L603

D554
W045

R506 D506

C529
C674 C561
R546

CP501
R545

R551

L607
CD601

R554
X603

D507
D543 15 C509_1

D510

D525
R5

D528
C512

D527
D614

R665

C552_1
R664

D531 D512 W053


W813

0
C645 L502

- REPLACE AS MARKED.
R52

D511
W048

IC502
RY502
W049

C640 D509 C506


IC603

D615
R610 C548
R671

T501
W051

D515
C502

RISK OF FIRE
D617
D553

R517
C629 W809 R663
1
W826

R557 D50

C522
W857

D540
CD508

D613

D518
W847

FH502
CD101

C516
D612 D621

C505
D504
R525
CP602

R503

F501
W839

C518
D616

D611 D619 C513_2 D516

R507
R504
L503

W054
R658 10

Q502
C627 R5

CP504
W064

FH501
R629 R536

R513

CP505
W801

IC503

R511
L606 C609 B501

D547
C546
W850

TH502
Q507

D502
IC402
L604
R667

D622 W057 C565


C665

CD603 CP506

Q506

R540
W055

W058 R528 CD503 CD504


W808

R558

C416
W066
W059 RY501

D535
R529

Q503
C616 W060
C676 D534 D551
CP1003

R463
IC504
W061 R543 C532

D420
W062
L501

D407

R473
R466
CP403
C560

R472
W067
60
R5 W068

R2003
C567
W069

W065
CMD003B
R464
W070
C2001
R2005

D2009
SW2002 SW2004 SW2001 SW2003 SW2005

OS2001

D2001
R419
CD501

F-1
F-1
C414

R493 R494

Q407
R497
Q408
R495

R496

C608
C607

Q406 Q405
C610
Q501
Q510

C613 C562
R537

R611 R612 C619 C503


C618 R614 C501
R603 R502

R613
R617

Q601
R606 C510
R620 R621
R619 R666 C628 C630

R608
C602 C634
R625
C601 R630
R628
R636

Q604

Q603
R637
R685
SOLDER SIDE

R684
C681
PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARDS

R677
MAIN (CHIP MOUNTED PARTS)

R686

R689 R650

C669
R670

Q613
C682
R680 R688
R661
R660
Q612

R678 R657
R646 C623
R679 C664
R627

R651 C663
C662
R647
R649
R640
Q607

C659 R691
C673 R676
Q608

C646 R616 R675


R654 R690
C656 R622 C620
R659
R643

R624 R697
R642 R633

R615 C605 R656


C641 C639
Q615

Q616 Q606

C647 C655 R648 C658


C666
Q602

R696
Q617

C653 C654 C657


C603
C652 R692
C651
C650
C649
C643 C675
C648 C642 R639

C679
R1099
Q611
R542

R541
Q1099
Q605

R668 C625
R652
R533

R674 R662
R471
R1097 R669 C531 R467
C564
R1098
R549
Q1098
R534
R461
R465 R446
R409

C415
Q2001

R2002
CMD003B

R2004 R2001
F-2
PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARDS
AV/CONNECTOR (INSERTED PARTS) AV/CONNECTOR (CHIP MOUNTED PARTS)
SOLDER SIDE SOLDER SIDE

CD706
CED010B

C006
C002

C924

C910 C909

R904

C907
C908
R905
W803 W808

R002
R001

C938
R006 R004 R005

C922
C923
CP601
CP705 41

C915
R717

C912

C917

C941
Q702
R715 Q716 R788
25
R789

2
C918

90
CP703A CP702A Q703

IC
Q717 64

C945 C919
W806

R707
C713 R708

C704

C925
C712

C916

C944
R703

C902

C903
C913

C914
Q701 1

C729
C722
RISK OF FIRE - REPLACE AS MARKED.

C904
Q3403 R704
C146 IP701

C718
CP711

R909
C906
C905
C921
C749

R798
C3410

C728
IC701 R702 R910
HS3402

W105

R172

D106

C746
W106
C3406

C125
IC3402

R755
R757
W058

C727

C769 R750
C102

C761
R751

C113
CP712

R749
W809 B101 D101 W103
L3402 Q705

W821
C716
C719
C721 C715
C739 C717
C741 C720
C723

C742
C725

C785
R760
C3408

L3401

C791
R767
R3404 W104
W805

C126

C740

C774
W112 Q708
C3401

C745 C748

R799

R769
W838
F3401 CED009B W102 Q709
R3411

W107

CP103
IC705

R786 R787 R777


R768
R3412

IC3400

R770
R778
W108
W040

R766
R765
W046 W041
CP102
W110

C799
HS3400
W141

X103

C789
C730
W094

C115
W113 D102 R752
D107

C788
C786
C787
C764

C766

C775
W085 R784 R758 Q704
W086

R727_1
W111 R162

R763 R759
D104

C758
W091

R733_1
R152
W140

C751 C752

C798
C3414
D704

C3402

W051
W119

R153

R714
W092 W093 W830 R790
W804

W090
W815

R776 C777
R779 R785
D105
W061 W124 R791
W135

Q706 IC706
W121 W063 R774
W118

D103 IC702

C104

R793
W117

R792
W053 W100 Q710
D3403

R745
R754
HS3401 W134 W052 R171
W123

R782
R783

R775
W115

W045
W075
W114

W057

W043
W042

C796
C795
W122

C700
C705
C711
C3403

C753

R781
W055

R710

R146
IC3401 W056 W101
CP703B

IC707
W060 W054 W098 R772

C750
W142
W138

W833 W136 W097


W139

D3404

R159

C141

C778
W096

C140
R148
C3404

R144

R149

R147

C139
R143
W050 CP3604A

R145

R780
R705
R706
C3415_1

R101
D705

R130 R131
W048
C3407

W088

IC199 Q102

R156
W047 W073 D109 W132
W059 W049
C767

W128 R134

R167
Q101
R155

R161
W109

C779
L707

C101
CP509 CP101 CP605 R154
W062
R157
J706
R773
R725

R158
C771

W081
C118

R3407
R794

R740

C3417
C3409
C733

R122 R118
C731

W116
C710

W089
C755

W095 W129
C782_1

C768

W082
W120W837

R165
R742

R151
L708
C706

W083
C754

R741
W133
W037
W036

C734
W820

W080
C772

51

R138
W084 R150

R133
R735

R136
R795

R160 R135
L703 W099 R726 J707
W131
C756

R743

R139
C714

W044

C107 R128 C117


W003 R142

C116 C128
W835 31 R140
X702

W087 W066
C776

W001
C759
CP702B

R163
C757

C732

1
10
C773

81
C790

IC
W002 R107 R164

R132
C127
W065 CP2201
R141
W039
R764

W007

L706
W004

C105
C780
C781

R734
C765

W064 Q3404
W076 1

C108
C121
R110 R105
J708 R169 R3414
R729

L710 W005 L702 W019 R111 R113

R106
R720

R168
C103
W006 W013

C111
R112

C3416
C109 R117
C122
C110
R756 W012 W018

R102 R114
C106 C142
IC102
CED009B

C144
C143 R108

R121
W125 W011
C792

X701

R736 R116

R119 R120
R123 R127
C763
C770

R126
R723
C930

W126
D702
W030 W807 W016 R3415
R104 R173 Q103
W031
W032

R718 J709
W068

R3401
W834

W072 W017
W077
W026

R721

W038 W810
D703

R731
W078

W071
C702

L905
R737
C703

W067

X901 D701
C707

R739
W021
R716
C920

J705

L901 L701
W130

R732
R901
C926

C736
R902
W015

R719
W009
W010

CP704
C942

W029

C744
W008

W028 L001
C747

R738

L705
C901

C001
W014
W025 C701

W079
W024

W023

D3401

R797 R796
W022

W069

W070
C946

W828
C936

C939
C937

C911

W027

TU001
W811

D001 CED010B
C932
C933

D901 W819

L904 W020
CP1001

F-5 F-6
F-7
CP3601
C3633

D3601
J3602 J3601
C3601 C3612 D3603
C3602
B3602
R3601
D3602

C3629 C3648
C3659
L3601

L3604
L3602
L3603

D3606
IC3606

D3607
J2204 J2203 J2202 C3636
J2201
B3601
C3604
C3611 R3609
R3610

CD2251
C3613 Q3604
C1013 R3608
1
76

C3615 C3616

CED008A
Q3603

C3614
L1002 R3620
IC3605

W820
L1001 C3628 C3653
R3678
HS3601

HS1001
Q3607

C3619
C3617
R3623
B3603 C3622 C3618
26
51

C3655 C3620
C3621
C1020 C1019
C3634 C3623
C1027 C1015 C3625
R3624 C3626

CD2201
R1013 C1023 R3629 C3654
C3624
C3630

C1025

CP3602
C3635
C3632 W819
R3627
C3658 R3626
C1026

CD1004
R3625
R1012 B3604
R1014 B3611 R3669
W806
R3653
R3647

C1010 C1017 C1024


B3610 R3617

IC1001
R1008
W807
R1009 C1021 C1022 R3652

C1014 C1016
34
23

R1010 C1018
C3650 R3633 R3649
R1011
R3654 IC3611
C1011 C3651 R3634
C3643
C3642

C1007 R3635 R3632


C3652 R3648
L1004
X3601

L1003
12

R3650
B3608
HD-MI (TOP SIDE)

D3613
R3619

R3611
IC3612

C3661 C3644
R3628

FRONT JACK (TOP SIDE)


D3609

R3645

C3681
IC3607
R3631

CD1003
W822
W821

R3614
R3674

W808
R3637

R3636

R3613 C3683
CED011A

C1001 C1005 R3675 C3665 C3682


C3666 C3637
R3642
Q3606

C3664 C3663 R3618 B3609


R3616 R3615 R3655
C3675 R3644 R3639
R3656 C3671 C3672
R3643
R3658 R3657 R3663

CD1001
R3662
Q3605

W818

R3664 C3668 C3667 R3661


IC3604

R3659 R3660
R3641

C3639
C3673
CP3604

C3676 C3640 IC3608


C3680
C3638

C3674
W813
R3640

W812

R3667
Q3608

R3666 C3678
Q3610
PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARDS

R3676 R3668
Q3611
Q3609

C3677
C3679
R3665
R3677
R1015
CED011A

R1016

C3684
Q1002

R1004
W809 R1005

C1052 C1054
W814
W815
W816 C3647
D1004

C3646
D1003
C3645

C3670
IC3601

C3656
C1012 C3669

C1009
Q3613

C1008 R3680
R3638

D1002

D1001
Q3612

R3651 C3685
CED008A
HD-MI (BOTTOM SIDE)

C3627 C3607
R3679

R3622
C3608
C3610 C3609 C3606
FRONT JACK (BOTTOM SIDE)

C3649
D3605
R2204
C2203 R2205 C2204 R2202
C3605
R2206 D3604
C3657 R3630

R3607
R3606
IC3602

C2201
R3621

R3605
R3681
F-8
PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARDS

CRT/VM COIL
SOLDER SIDE

L805
C816

W016
W018
TP804
D807

R804
D808
R801 R824
R825
R817 C804
C805
R818 C815
W009

R836

L806
R819
R820

HS801
W004 W815 TP805
R834

W818
D802
D801
Q801
HS802
W819 W811

W814
C814

W828

R828
Q810

W821
L810
Q811
Q802
C80

CP804
8
W007

W829
W830
W011
CP802B
W006 R850
C813 C801

W826
C820
R852
W801 W010
L808
R807

C817
R829 R805
CP803 R848

R883
W015 Q814

R809
W834 _2
W822
W014 01
J8 W812

R816
W013 Q804
CP808B

R823
R849
W003
W012
W808

R884

R830
L809
C809 D809
W824
W817

R822

W008
C806

W833
C869

Q860

W827
CP801
R821

W820
CP8

Q803
C854

R882 CCD002A
W809
51B

Q854
R859

W832
R864 R863
R877
R862
D853
C862

Q812
HS851

R879
R867 C857
R870

Q857
R872

HS803
D855

R866
R855 D854
C859 W001
Q858

Q856

R869 R865
C860 Q855
C858 W816 R826
R873 C861
B851

S854
R868
B852

R874 C856
R876 R875 C870
R856
R857 CED012A
R871 R842

S853

CP853
R860 Q852
C866
B853

R861 D803
R878

C855 R854
D856
R880 R853
R843

L807
C865

C863
Q859

R858
R8
81

TP806
CP852
Q853
C864

F-9 F-10
A B C D E F G H
D607
R684

CHROMA/PROGRESSIVE/PIN CUSHION SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM (MAIN PCB)

MTZJ13B
TF
10K MTZJ27B

D621
FROM/TO OPERATION
D610 D608

C627

0.1
8 PROTECT 1SS133 1SS133 TO CRT/SVM 8
R685 D609 R686 CP602 (CP802B)
B2013H02-7P
47K 1SS133 1K W801
SCL1
CUT OFF 7
SDA1 C679
GND(SIGNAL) 6
0.1 B
R OUT 5
Y_OUT

MTZJ12B

MTZJ9.1B
5

D622

1K 1/4W

D611
G OUT 4
PB_OUT BUFFER

R667
Q611 B OUT 3
PR_OUT R629 2SC2412K CLAMP OFF 2

MTZJ12B
VD_UP 4.0

D619
3.3K 1/4W R668 0.2 P.CON+12V 1

MTZJ9.1B
HD_UP

MTZJ9.1B
6

10 YK

D612
1K

R669

C616
PROGRESSIVE IC IC603 TA1360ANG

D613
50V
4.7K
0
C665 BUFFER
7 C642
0.5 5.6 Q605 7
DARK AREA

56
APL FILTER

1
C675 2SC2412K
0.47 B DET FILTER 50V 2.2 KA
C643 L604
5.4 9.0 0.01 B

55
BPH FILTER Y/C Vcc

W857

W847
2
1 B C676 22uH 0305
4 9.0
W826 C648 L606 R652
1.0 4.3 16V 100 YK 3

54
Y1 IN VSM OUT

3
2

33P CH
C625

R674

3.3K
0.1 B 22uH 1.8K 4.0 3.4
C649
0.7 6.4

53
Cb1/Pb1 IN ABCL IN

4
R658

W850
0.1 B TO CRT/SVM
C650 1
0.7 1.6 10K 1/4W

52
Cr1/Pr1 IN Ym/P-MUTE/BLK C609

5
CD603 (CP801)
0.1 B
CU225201
R662
0 3.0 16V 22 KA

51
Y/C GND Ys1(ANALOG OSD) VM COIL 1

6
1K
GND 2
C651
6 2.0 LIGHT AREA 3.0 6

50
Ys2(ANALOG OSD)

7
0.47 B DET FILTER
C652
1.0 0

33P CH

49
Y2 IN Ys3(ANALOG RGB)

8
C603

R639

R675

R676
0.01 B

47

22

18
C653 C657
0.7 4.5

48
0 Cb2/Pb2 IN R S/H

9
R610 0.01 B 0.01 B
BUFFER
C654 C666
1K 1/4W 2.8 Q602 0.7 4.5

10

47
Cr2/Pr2 IN G S/H
3.5 2SA1037AK 0.01 B 0.01 B

470 1/4W

470 1/4W

470 1/4W
C658
8.2 4.5

R663

R664

R665
11

46
COLOR LIMITER B S/H
7 0.01 B

KTA1504S_Y_RTK
C655 W809

R615
7.7 9.0

12

45
VSM FILTER Ik IN REMITTER

1K
0.01 B Q617

R696

4.7K
R671 KTA1504S_Y_RTK
5 8.0 0 R692 5

BUFFER
13

44
H-FREQ SW1 RGB GND
R624

Q606
10K 1/4W 3.9 3.9
10 R691
C647 R656
C629 1.2 6.0 10K

14

43
SYNC IN R OUT
R622 3.2 10 R690
1 B 100 3.9 3.9 0 4.0
0
16V 470 YK R643 R659
5.1 6.0 10K 10

15

42
VD IN G OUT
R616 3.2
100 100 3.9 3.9 4.0
0 0
R640 R654 3.2
5.1 6.0 10K

16

41
HD IN B OUT
C673
FROM TV POWER 100 100 BUFFER BUFFER 4.0
0 0
R648 L603 Q607 Q608
0 9.0 0.01 B

17

40
SCP IN RGB Vcc KTA1504S KTA1504S

C620

B
R697

5.6K
D618 10K C674
22uH 0305 Y_RTK Y_RTK REMITTER REMITTER
GND

1
5.0 Q615 Q616
C640 0.7 16V 100 YK D614 MTZJ12B

18

39
P.CON+5V MTZJ12B NC CP OUT ANALOG OSD R IN KTA1504S KTA1504S
Y_RTK Y_RTK
UNREG+12V L607
16V 100 YK 9.0 0.7

19

38
P.CON+9V DEF/DAC Vcc ANALOG OSD G IN
4 22uH 0305
C641 4

560
R633
C645 R649
0.01 B 6.5 0.7

20

37
AFC FILTER ANALOG OSD B IN
C639

6.8K 1/4W
25V 10 KA 5.6K FROM/TO OPERATION

R638
R646 X603 R657

1K
R627
0.01 B 5.3 DAC2 0.5

0.1 B

21

36
H VCO

C605
R625 470 CCSBLA503KECZF30-B (ACB PLUSE) 10K OSD_BLK1
BUFFER C662
R628 3.2 4.0 OSD_BLK2
Q603

22

35
100 H-FREQ SW2 ANALOG R IN
2SC2412K C656
0.01 B OSD_R
100 7.0
3.5 R642 C646 C663
0.01 B 2.8 H CURVE 4.0 OSD_G

23

34
ANALOG G IN
22K 1 B CORRECTION 0.01 B
3.0 OSD_B
R651 C664
R611 0.022 B

1/4W
150K

470K

W855
R619

R623

6.4 4.0
100P CH R617
10K
C607

1 B C613

22K R613

R637

24

33
FBP IN ANALOG B IN

10K
1 B

C618 100

R647 H_SYNC
2.2K 0.01 B

W854
C681 V_SYNC
15K 0 0
C610

R620

25

32
DEF/DAC GND I2L GND
56K

0.0012 B C659
3 8 3
100K 1/4W

NC NC NC R641 R660 TO DEFLECTION


2.0 5.2 4.0 5.0 6.0 4.8 5.6 4.8 7.2 0 5.0 5.0 10P CH 2.0 5.0
R605

26

31
24 23 22 21 20 19 18 17 16 15 14 13 H-OUT SDA
1K 1/4W 100
1SS133

CENTER OUT

9
SDA
D601

BLK OUT
V RAMP

SCL
ANALOG GND H-DF OUT
V-DF OUT

ABL_SW2
DIGITAL GND
TA1317ANG

AGC FILTER

Vin
FILTER

TC FILTER

R661
LVP IN

5.0 5.0

27

30
VP OUT SCL ABL_SW1
R606 100
R650 C669
5.0 2.0
PIN CUSHION IC

28

29
DAC1(SYNC OUT) I2L Vdd
CENTER DAC

120K
EW FILTER

10K 0.01 B
V-DC REF

EW PWN
V DRIVE
180K

D606
EHT IN

FBP IN

ACCESSORY
R603

EW FD

R687
V NF
Vref

Vcc
IC602

270 1/2W MTZJ2.0B


1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12
W837

5.0 0.9 3.0 0.6 5.0 4.4 9.0 2.6 0 6.6 2.4 6.6
BT001
NC
R621 R666 R6P(AR)XICI
1K

0.0082 B 0.01 B
R614

180 1/4W
270 0.047 B
C601
0.01 B

47P CH
C634

680 2.4K
C682

R678
C608

2 2
R632

R680
2.2K
R688
16V 470 YK

2.2K

2.7K
TM101
0.47 B

0.01 B
82K

BT002
C619

C628
R612

10K

FROM/TO DEFLECTION CT-90158


R608
C602
R630

R6P(AR)XICI
C624

C630 0 0.3 R679 R670


ACL HD SW
0.047 B L602
Q612 18K 5.6K
ACL_PIN 2SC2412K 3.1 C623
R601 R609
R689

1K
H_DRV+B 11 22uH 0305
R602 220P CH
270K 1/4W 82K 1/4W
V_F/B
10K
R636

R631 4.3
1K 1/4W R681 PCB070
EW_F/B
BUFFER
470 1/4W

W836 8.2K 1/4W CMD003


R677

CENTER_DAC Q613 5.0 1K 1/4W


1K
R634

2SC2412K 5.0
GND 10
R635
EW_OUT
330 1/2W
AFC
1 1
H.OUT
4.4 4.5 0.3
BUFFER NOTE: THIS SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM IS THE LATEST AT THE TIME NOTE:THE DC VOLTAGE AT EACH PART WAS MEASURED
0.6 Q601 0 BUFFER
0 Q604
OF PRINTING AND SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE WITH THE DIGITAL TESTER WHEN THE COLOR BROADCAST
2SC2412K
2SC2412K WAS RECEIVED IN GOOD CONDITION AND PICTURE IS NORMAL.

A B C D E F G H
G-1 G-2
A B C D E F G H

DEFLECTION SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM (DEFLECTION PCB)


CD807 CD803 (CP803)
CU013005 C383037A
8 8
V.OUTPUT IC 1 1 2 3 TO CRT
TO TILT COIL CP403
A2502WV2-2P IC401 LA78041
FROM/TO DY
1 TILT_DR[+] THERMAL PROTECTION

10 1/2W
-

R464
2 TILT_DR[-] W843 AMP
+ CP404
T1 NC
B06B-DVS
5 7 1
TILT TEST PUMP UP 6
11 B
VCC GND

0.33 B