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AV- 36D503 AV- 36D303 AV- 36D203

SERVICE MANUAL
COLOR TELEVISION

AV-36D503 AV-36D303 AV-36D203

BASIC CHASSIS

/Y /R /M /Y /R /M /Y /R /M

GE

[RM-C252] AV-36D303, 203

[RM-C251] AV-36D503

CONTENTS
! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! SPECIFICATIONS 2 SAFETY PRECAUTIONS 3 FEATURES 4 FUNCTIONS 4 MAIN DIFFERENCE LIST 6 HOW TO INDENTIFY MODELS 7 SPECIFIC SERVICE INSTRUCTIONS 8 SERVICE ADJUSTMENTS 13 PARTS LIST 35

STANDARD CIRCUIT DIAGRAM 2-1


1 CO PYRIGHT 2002 VICTOR COMPANY OF JAPAN, LTD.

No.51948 May 2002

AV-36D503 AV-36D303 AV-36D203

SPECIFICATIONS
ITEMS Dimensions (WHD) Mass TV System and Color system TV RF System Color System Sound System TV Receiving Channels and Frequency VL Band VH Band UHF Band CATV Receiving Channels and Frequency Low Band High Band Mid Band Super Band Hyper Band Ultra Band Sub Mid Band TV/CATV Total Channel Intermediate Fr equency Video IF Carrier Sound IF Carrier Color Sub Carrier Power Input Power Consumption Picture Tube High Voltage Speaker Audio Power Output Input terminals INPUT1 Video S-Video 1Vp-p, 75 , RCA pin Mini din 4 pin Y : 1Vp-p, negative sync provided when terminated with 75 C : 0.286Vp-p, burst signal when terminated with 75 Audio L/R INPUT2 Video Component (Y, Pb, Pr) 500mVrms(-4dBs), high impedance, RCA pin 1Vp-p, 75, RCA pin RCA pin Y: Audio L/R INPUT3 Audio Output AV Compu link interface Antenna terminal Remote Control Unit Video Audio L/R 1Vp-p, negative sync provided when terminated with 75 Pb/Pr : 0.7Vp-p, 75 500mVrms(-4dBs), high impedance, RCA pin 1Vp-p, 75, RCA pin 500mVrms(-4dBs), high impedance, RCA pin 500mVrms(-4dBs), low Impedanc e, 1kHz when modulated 100%, RCA pin 3.5mm mini jack 75 (VHF/UHF) Terminal, F-Type Connector RM-C251 (AA/R6/UM-3 battery2) [AV-36D503] RM-C252 (AA/R6/UM-3 battery2) [AV-36D303, AV-36D203] 45.75 MHz 41.25 MHz (4.5MHz) 3.58 MHz 120V AC, 60Hz 133W [AV-36D503] 130W [AV-36D303, AV-36D203] 36 (90cm) measured diagonally, Full Square 31kV1.3kV (at zero beam current) 24-3/4 (512cm) Oval type2 5W+5W (02 06, A-8) by (0206&01) (0713) by (0713) (A1) by (1422) (JW) by (2336) (W+1W+28) by (3764) (W+29W+84) by (65125) (A8, A4A1) by (01, 9699) 180 Channels (54MHz804MHz) (02 06) 54MHz88MHz (07 13) 174MHz216MHz (14 69) 470MHz806MHz 149.6Ibs / 68.0kg CCIR(M) NTSC-M BTSC (Multi Channel Sound) CONTENTS 37-7/830-1/224-1/2 (962mm773mm621mm)

Design & specifications ar e subject to change without notice.

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SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
1. The design of this product c ontains spec ial hardware, many circuits and components s pecially for safety purposes. For continued protection, no changes should be made to the original des ign unless authorized in writing by the manufacturer. Replacement parts must be identic al to thos e used in the original circuits. Servic e should be performed by qualified pers onnel only. 2. Alterations of the design or circuitry of the products s hould not be made. Any design alterations or additions will void the manufacturer's warranty and will further relieve the manufacturer of respons ibility for pers onal injury or property damage resulting therefrom. 3. Many electrical and mechanic al parts in the products have special safety-related c haracteris tics. These charac teristics are often not evident from visual inspection nor can the protection afforded by them necess arily be obtained by using replac ement components rated for higher voltage, wattage, etc. Replacement parts whic h have thes e special s afety characteristics are identified in the parts list of Service manual. Electrical components having such featur es are identified by shading on the schematics and by (!) on the parts list ! in Service manual. The use of a substitute replac ement which does not have the same safety characteristics as the recommended replac ement part shown in the parts list of Service manual may c aus e shock, fire, or other haz ards. 4. Use isolation tr ansformer when hot chassis. The chassis and any sub-chassis contained in s ome products are c onnected to one side of the AC power line. An isolation transformer of adequate capacity should be inserted between the product and the AC power supply point while performing any service on some products when the HOT chassis is exposed. 5. Do n't shor t between the LIVE side ground and ISOLATED (NEUTRAL) side ground or EARTH side ground when repairing. Some model's power c ircuit is partly different in the GND. The differenc e of the GND is shown by the LIVE : (") s ide GND, the ISOLATED(NEUTRAL) : (#) side GND and EARTH : ($) side GND. Don't short between the LIVE side GND and ISOLATED(NEUTRAL) side GND or EARTH side GND and never measure with a meas uring apparatus (oscilloscope etc.) the LIVE side GND and ISOLATED(NEUTRAL) side GND or EARTH side GND at the s ame time. If above note will not be kept, a fuse or any parts will be brok en. 6. If any repair has been made to the chassis, it is recommended that the B1 setting should be chec ked or adjusted (See ADJUSTMENT OF B1 POWER SUPPLY). 7. The high voltage applied to the picture tube must conform with that specified in Service manual. Excessive high voltage can cause an increase in X-Ray emission, arc ing and possible component damage, therefore operation under excess ive high voltage c onditions should be kept to a minimum, or should be prevented. If severe arc ing occurs, remove the AC power immediately and determine the cause by visual inspection (incorrect installation, crac ked or melted high voltage harness, poor s oldering, etc.). T o maintain the proper minimum level of soft X-Ray emission, components in the high voltage circuitry including the picture tube must be the exact replacements or alternatives approved by the manufacturer of the complete product. 8. Do not c hec k high voltage by drawing an arc. Us e a high voltage meter or a high voltage probe with a VTVM. Discharge the picture tube before attempting meter connection, by connec ting a clip lead to the ground frame and connecting the other end of the lead through a 10k 2W resistor to the anode button. 9. When service is required, observe the original lead dress. Extra precaution should be given to assure correct lead dres s in the high voltage c ircuit area. W here a short circuit has occurred, those c omponents that indic ate evidence of overheating s hould be replaced. Always use the manufacturer's replacement components. 10. Isolation Check (Safety for Electrical Shock Hazard) After re-assembling the product, always perform an isolation check on the exposed metal parts of the c abinet (antenna terminals, video/audio input and output terminals, Control knobs, metal c abinet, screwheads, earphone jac k, c ontrol shafts, etc.) to be sure the product is safe to operate without danger of electrical shoc k. (1) Dielectric Strength Test The is olation between the AC primary circuit and all metal parts exposed to the us er, particularly any exposed metal part having a return path to the chassis should withstand a voltage of 1100V AC (r.m.s.) for a period of one sec ond. (. . . . Withs tand a voltage of 1100V AC (r.m.s.) to an appliance rated up to 120V, and 3000V AC (r.m.s.) to an applianc e rated 200V or more, for a period of one second.) This method of test requires a test equipment not generally found in the service trade. (2) Leakage Current Check Plug the AC line c ord directly into the AC outlet (do not use a line is olation transformer during this check.). Using a "Leakage Current Tester", measure the leakage current from each exposed metal part of the cabinet, partic ularly any exposed metal part having a return path to the chassis , to a known good earth ground (water pipe, etc.). Any leakage current must not exceed 0.5mA AC (r.m.s.). However, in tropical area, this must not exc eed 0.2mA AC (r.m.s.). " Alternate Check Method Plug the AC line c ord directly into the AC outlet (do not use a line isolation transformer during this check.). Use an AC voltmeter having 1000 ohms per volt or more sensitivity in the following manner. Connec t a 1500 10W resistor paralleled by a 0.15 F AC-type capacitor between an exposed metal part and a known good earth ground (water pipe, etc.). Measure the AC voltage across the resistor with the AC voltmeter. Move the res istor connection to each exposed metal part, particularly any exposed metal part having a return path to the chassis , and measure the AC voltage across the resistor. Now, revers e the plug in the AC outlet and repeat each measurement. Any voltage measured must not exceed 0.75V AC (r.m.s.). This corresponds to 0.5mA AC (r.m.s.). However, in tropic al area, this must not exceed 0.3V AC (r.m.s.). This corresponds to 0.2mA AC (r.m.s.).
AC VOLT MET ER (HAVING 1000 /V, OR MOR E SENSIT IVITY) 0.15F AC-T YPE PLACE T HIS PROBE ON EACH EXPOSED MET AL PART

GOOD EART H GR OUND

1500 10W

11. High voltage hold down circuit check. After repair of the high voltage hold down circuit, this circuit shall be c hec ked to operate correctly. See item "Ho w to check the high voltage hold down cir cuit". This mark shows a fast operating fuse, the letters indicated below show the rating.

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FEATURES
" Title TELE-TEXT broadcast of C1, C2, T1, and T2 formula is receivable. " The voice multiplex function of the MTS system is built in. " By the THEATER PRO function, a reality to which it is viewing and listening in the movie theater c an be tas ted. " By the EZ SURF func tion, c hannel ID and a program name are displayed in the screen automatic ally [Only for AV-36D503]. " By the COMPU LINK function, operation interlocked with the DVD deck can be performed from remote c ontrol. " By the three-line digital comb filter, the refreshed image can be seen. " Two programs can be dis played on the screen by the 2 tuner PIP circuit [Only for AV-36D503]. " Expression of a favorite screen can be chosen by the VIDEO STATUS function. " A program c an be enjoyed with a powerful s ound by the HYPER SURROUND function. " Sinc e the V chip is built in, it c an choose, view and listen to a healthy program. " The RETURN PLUS function is built in. " A quick favorite program c an be look ed for by the HYPER-SCAN function. " Since the component signal input terminal is equipped, it reappears direct without deteriorating the signal from DVD.

FUNCTIONS
REMOTE CONTROL UNIT (RM-C251, RM-C252)
This illustration is written about RM-C251. There are no buttons of 20 EZ SURF and 21 PIP in the RM-C252.

1 1 VCR / DVD KEY 2 20 3 4 5 6 7 9 8 10 11 12 18 15 16 17 14 13 21 2 TV / CATV KEY 3 INPUT KEY 4 DISPLAY KEY 5 SLEEP TIMER KEY 6 HYPER SURROUND KEY 7 VIDEO STATUS KEY 8 THEATER PRO KEY 9 BBE KEY 10 MUTING KEY 11 VOLUME -/+ and
CURSOR / KEY (In the MENU screen)

12 MENU KEY 13 POWER KEY 14 CHANNEL NUMBER KEY 15 LIGHT KEY

19

16 V-CHIP KEY 17 CHANNEL +/ and


CURSOR / KEY (In the MENU screen)

18 EXIT KEY 19 VCR CONTROL KEY 20 EZ SURF KEY [Only for RM-C251] 21 PIP CONTROL KEY [Only for RM-C251]

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FRONT PANEL CONTROLS

INPUT 3 VIDEO TERMINAL INPUT 3 AUDIO L TERMINAL INPUT 3 AUDIO R TERMINAL MENU KEY, CURSOR KEY CHANNEL /+ KEYS CURSO R / KEYS

VOLUME /+ KEY POWER KEY ON TIMER / POWER LED

REAR TERMINAL

1 2

INPUT 1 TERMINAL (S-VIDEO, V, L, R) INPUT 2 TERMINAL (V, L, R ) AUDIO OUTPUT TERMINAL AV CO MPULINK TERMINAL ANTENNA TERMINAL INPUT2 COMPO NENT SIGNAL TERMINAL (Y, PB, P R)

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MAIN DIFFERENCE LIST


PARTS NAME
ITC TUBE
(Inc. DY, PC MAGNET, WEDGE) A90AHH50X10/V/ A90AEJ15X01 CELD067-001JA or QQW0136-001 SGE-1019A-M2 SGE-3011A-M2 A90LLD361X15 QQW0114-001 or QQW0106-001 SGE-1001A-M2 SGE-3003A-M2

MODEL

/Y

/R

/M

DEG COIL MAIN PWB CRT SOCKET PWB IP PWB E-COAXIAL ASSY CO NTROL KNOB FRONT CABI. ASSY DOO R REMOCON UNIT ITC TUBE
(Inc. DY, PC MAGNET, WEDGE)

CELD067-001JA SGE-1018A-M2 SGE-3010A-M2

AV-36D503

SGE-4001A-M2 WJX0014-002A LC20217-005B-A LC10642-004C-A LC20409-005B-A RM-C251-1H A90AHH50X10/V/ A90AEJ15X01 CELD067-001JA or QQW0136-001 SGE-1026A-M2 SGE-3011A-M2 A90LLD361X15 QQW0114-001 or QQW0106-001 SGE-1005A-M2 SGE-3003A-M2

DEG COIL MAIN PWB CRT SOCKET PWB PIP PWB E-COAXIAL ASSY CO NTROL KNOB FRONT CABI. ASSY DOO R REMOCON UNIT ITC TUBE
(Inc. DY, PC MAGNET, WEDGE)

CELD067-001JA SGE-1025A-M2 SGE-3010A-M2

AV-36D303

LC20217-005B-A LC10642-004C-A LC20409-005B-A RM-C252-1H A90AHH50X10/V/

A90AEJ15X01 CELD067-001JA or QQW0136-001 SGE-1026A-M2 SGE-3011A-M2

A90LLD361X15 QQW0114-001 or QQW0106-001 SGE-1005A-M2 SGE-3003A-M2

DEG COIL MAIN PWB CRT SOCKET PWB PIP PWB E-COAXIAL ASSY CO NTROL KNOB FRONT CABI. ASSY DOO R REMOCON UNIT

CELD067-001JA SGE-1025A-M2

AV-36D203

SGE-3010A-M2 LC20217-001C-A LC10642-001H-A LC20409-001D-A RM-C252-1H

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HOW TO IDENTIFY MODELS


How to rec ognize from the appearance of the model concerned is written below. Please distinguis h from several c ontents currently printed on the rating label.

Model Name

Detailed Model Name

Model Name AV-36D503 /Y AV-36D503 /R AV-36D503 /M AV-36D303 /Y AV-36D303 /R AV-36D303 /M AV-36D203 /Y AV-36D203 /R AV-36D203 /M AV-36D203 AV-36D303 AV-36D503

Detailed Model Number Y R M Y R M Y R M

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SPECIFIC SERVICE INSTRUCTIONS


DISASSEMBLY PROCEDURE
REMOVING THE REAR COVER
" Unplug the power plug. 1. As s hown in Fig.2, remove the 12 screws marked !. 2. Remove the rear c over toward you. Note : When reinstalling the rear cover, c arefully pus h it inward after inserting the chassis into the rear c over groove.

REMOVING THE SPEAKER


" After removing the rear cover and chassis base. 1. As s hown in Fig.2, r emove the

4 screws marked ) .

2. Follow the s ame steps when removing the other hand speaker.

CHECKING THE MAIN PW BOARD


1. To check the backs ide of the MAIN PW Board. (1) Pull out the c hassis base. (Refer to REMOVING THE CHASSIS BASE). (2) Erect the chassis vertic ally so that you can easily chec k from the backside of the MAIN PWB.

REMOVING THE CHASSIS BASE


" After removing the rear cover. 1. Slightly raise the both s ides of the chassis base by hand, and remove the

2 claws

marked " (Fig.1 and Fig.2) under the both

sides of the chassis from the chassis rail. 2. As shown in Fig.1, draw the chassis base backward along the chassis rail marked # in the arrow direction marked $(Fig.2.). (If necess ary, detac h the wire clamp, connec tors etc.) Note : When conducting a c hec k with power supplied, be sure to confirm that the CRT earth wire is c onnected to the CRT SOCKET PWB and the MAIN PWB.

CAUTION
" When erecting the chass is, be c areful so that there will be no contacting with other PWB. " Before turning on power, make sure that the CRT earth wire and other connectors are properly connected.

WIRE CLAMPING AND CABLE TYING


1. Be sure to clamp the wire. 2. Never remove the c able tie used for tying the wires together. Should it be inadvertently removed, be sure to tie the wires with a new c able tie.

REMOVING THE TERMINAL BOARD


" After removing the rear cover. 1. As s hown in Fig.2, remove the

4 screws marked%& .

2. When you pull out the TERMINAL BOARD, it can be removed. FRONT CABINET

REMOVING THE FRONT CONTROL PW BOARD


" After removing the rear cover and chassis base . 1. As s hown in Fig.2, remove the

MAIN PWB

2 screws

marked ' attached the

FRONT CONTROL PWB with the front cabinet. 2. Then remove the FRONT CONTROL PWB.

C REMOVING THE FRONT AV IN PW BOARD


" After removing the rear cover and chassis base. 1. As s hown in Fig.2, remove the 2 screws marked ( . 2. Then remove the FRONT AV IN PW B. CHASSIS BASE

B
Fig. 1

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FRONT CABINET

CRT

SPEAKER POWER CORD

CRT SOCKET PWB FRONT AV IN PWB

F G

CLAW

MAIN PWB HVT CHASSIS BASE

H
FRONT CONTROL PWB SPEAKER

CLAW

B
AV SEL PWB

PIP PWB [Only for AV-36D503]

TERMINAL BOARD

REAR COVER

No te This illustration describes about AV-36D503. Although the AV-36D303 and AV-36D203 are slightly different from this illus tration, it can use for AV-36D303 and AV-36D203 in the s ame s teps as this illustration.

A
Fig.2

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MEMORY IC REPLACEMENT
1. Memory IC
This model uses the memory IC. This memory IC stores data for proper operation of the video/chroma and deflection circuits. When replacing, be sure to use the IC c ontaining initial setting data.

SERVICE MENU

2. Memory IC replacement procedure


(1) Power off Switch off the power and disconnec t the power plug from the AC outlet. (2) Replace the memory IC Be sure to use the memory IC written with the initial s etting values. (3) Power on Connect the power plug to the AC outlet and switch on the power. (4) System constant check and setting Press the SLEEP TIMER key and set SLEEP TIMER for 0 min. Before disappear the display of SLEEP TIMER settings, simultaneously press the DISPLAY key and VIDEO ST ATUS key of the remote control unit. The SERVICE MENU screen of Fig.1 will be displayed. While the SERVICE MENU is displayed, select the SYSTEM(SYS) item with CURSOR / key and go into with / keys. Then the SYSTEM mode screen will be displayed as shown in Fig.2. Refer to the table of SYSTEM CONSTANT given in page later, and check the eac h item. If the value is different, s elect the setting item with the CURSOR / key, and s etting with the CURSOR / keys. (The letters of the selec ted item is displayed in yellow.) When adjustment has c ompleted, the values store into memory IC automatic ally. Press the EXIT key twic e to return to the normal screen.

SERVICE MENU 1.V/C(S) 3.SOUND(A) 5.PIP(PIP) 7.LOW LIGHT 9.RF AFC 11.I 2C BUS SELECT BY OPERATE B Y 2.D EF(D) 4.OTHERS 6.3L Y/C(LYC) 8.HIGH LIGHT 1 0.VCO 12.SYSTEM(SYS)

EXIT BY

EXIT

Fig.1 12. SYSTEM (SYS) MODE

SYS0 1 VIDEO

***

Fig.2

KEY ASSIGNMENT OF REMOTE CONTROL UNIT

(5) Receiving channel setting Refer to the OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS and set the receive channels (Channels Preset) as described. (6) User settings Check the us er setting items according to the Table 2 given in page later. Where these do not agree, refer to the OPERAT ING INSTRUCT IONS and s et the items as desc ribed. (7) SERVICE MENU setting Verify what to set in the SERVICE MENU, and s et whatever is necessary (Fig.1). Refer to the SERVICE ADJUSTMENT for setting.

Setting for 0 min Simultaneously push

Go into the item Setting the value

, Select the item

EXIT from SYSTEM mode

Although this illus tration of remote c ontrol unit is written about RM-C251 (AV-36D503), it can use for operating RM-C252 (AV36D303, 203) as same key assignment.

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VALUES OF SYSTEM CONSTANT (TABLE 1)


INITIAL SETTING VALUE ITEM SYS01 SYS02 SYS03 SYS04 SYS05 SYS06 SYS07 SYS08 SYS09 SYS10 SYS11 SYS12 SYS13 SYS14 SYS15 SYS16 SYS17 SYS18 SYS19 SYS20 SYS21 SYS22 SYS23 SYS24 VIDEO IN PIP 3D Y/C Y CV CCD PCHK PURITY VM NOISE CR CLR TEMP THEATER THEATER PRO BBE HYP SURR 16:9 MD HYP SCAN EZ SURF ID DISP COMPULINK CCD VCHIP VCHIP CA JVC LOGO CMP IN CXA1875 CONT ENTS VARIABLE RANGE AV-36D503 04 01 01 01 01 01 01 01 01 01 01 01 01 01 01 01 01 01 01 01 01 01 01 01 3 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 AV-36D303, 203 3 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0

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VALUES OF USER SETTING ITEMS (TABLE2)


Setting of switches on fr ont panel and remote control unit ITEM POWER CHANNEL VOLUME INPUT HYPER SURROUND BBE Setting of MENU scr een PICTURE ADJUST TINT COLOR PICTURE BRIGHT DETAIL COLOR TEMPERATURE NOISE MUT ING CENTER CENTER +8 CENTER +10 HIGH ON INITIAL SETUP LANGUAGE FRONT PANEL LOCK V2 COMPONENT-IN AUTO SHUT OFF XDS ID CLOSED CAPTION ENG OFF NO OFF ON OFF CAPTION : CC1 TEXT SOUND ADJUST BASS TREBLE BALANCE MTS CLOCK / TIMERS MANUAL SET CLOCK TIME ZONE : PACIFIC D.S.T ON/OFF TIMER OFF : OFF SET LOCK CODE CENTER CENTER CENTER STEREO AUTO TUNER SET UP CHANNEL SUMMARY V-CHIP SET US TV RATINGS SET MOVIE RATINGS SET CANADIAN RATINGS ENG SET CANADIAN RATINGS FRE UNRATED : T1 OFF CABLE CH-02 10 TV OFF ON INITIAL SETTING VALUE ITEM DISPLAY VIDEO STATUS PIP SOURCE PIP POSITION SLEEP TIMER OFF DYNAMIC CABLE CH-04 [Only AV-36D503] Left lower side [Only AV-36D503] 0 INITIAL SETTING VALUE

TUNER MODE : CABLE Unnecess ary to set OFF ALL CLEAR ALL CLEAR ALL CLEAR ALL CLEAR VIEW 0000

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SERVICE ADJUSTMENTS
BEFORE STARTING SERVICE ADJUSTMENT
1. There are 2 way of adjusting this TV: One is with the r emote control unit and the other is the conventional method using adjustment parts and components. 2. The adjustment with the REMOTE CONTROL UNIT is made on the basis of the initial setting values. The setting values which adjust the screen to its optimum condition may differ from the initial setting values. 3. Make s ure that connection is c orrectly made to AC power sourc e. 4. Turn on the power of the set and equipment before us e, and start the adjustment proc edures after waiting at least 30 minutes. 5. Unless otherwise spec ified, prepare the most suitable rec eption or input signal for adjustment. 6. Never touc h any adjustment parts, which are not specified in the list for this adjustment VRs, transforms, condensers, etc. 7. Preparation for adjustment Unless otherwis e specified in the adjustment instructions, preset the following functions with the REMOTE CONTROL UNIT. User menu preset value MENU ITEM VIDEO STATUS TINT, COLOR, PICTURE BRIGHT, DETAIL NOISE MUTING COLOR TEMPERATURE PIP [Only for AV-36D503] BASS, TREBLE, BALANCE HYPER SURROUND MTS PRESET VALUE STANDARD CENTER OFF LOW OFF CENTER OFF STEREO

MEASURING INSTRUMENT AND FIXTURES


1. DC voltmeter (or digital voltmeter) 2. Oscilloscope 3. Signal generator (Pattern generator) [NTSC] 4. Remote control unit 5. TV audio multiplex signal generator 6. Frequenc y counter

ADJUSTMENT ITEMS
BASIC ADJUSTMENT ! ! ! ! Check of B1 power supply MAIN / SUB VCO adjustment RF AGC adjustment FOCUS adjustment

DEFLECTION CIRCUIT ADJUSTMENT ! V. CENTER / V SIZE adjustment ! H SIZE / H POSITION / SIDE PINCUSHION adjustment VIDEO / CHROMA CIRCUIT ADJUSTMENT ! WHITE BALANCE adjustment LOW LIGHT ! WHITE BALANCE adjustment HIGH LIGHT ! SUB BRIGHT adjustment ! SUB CONTRAST adjustment ! SUB COLOR adjustment ! SUB TINT adjus tment PIP CIRCUIT ADJUST MENT ! WHITE BALANCE adjustment HIGH LIGHT ! DISPLAY POSITION adjustment MTS CIRCUIT ADJUSTMENT ! INPUT LEVEL check ! SEPARATION adjustment

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ADJUSTMENT LOCATIONS

FRONT

FRONT

FRONT CONTROL PWB


P OW ER V OL CH ME N U

FRONT AV IN PWB

IC7 7 01 C N7 0 0 7 F

FRONT

MAIN PWB
SS C N0 0 7

AV SELECTOR PWB MEMORY IC


IC7 0 2 C N0 0 4

D EG. F9 01 F US E

PIP PWB [Only for AV-36D503]

IC2 0 1 T C N0 0 1

1 :TP -9 1(B 1 ) 2 :N C 3 :TP -E ( ) PW

3 C N0 0 2 B1

TU NE R

C N0 0 3

HV

TU NE R

IC1 0 1

H VT

T1 11

V CE NTE R SW S 42 1 E1 U

V CO

C RT E AR TH (B RA ID ED AS S'Y)

U PP ER LOWER

: FOCU S : SC RE E N

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CRT SOCKET PWB


(SOLDER SIDE)
TP-R

TOP

TP-B

CN 300 4

TP-G CR T EARTH (BR AID ED A SS'Y) TP-E( ) CN 30E2 CN 300 5

PIP PWB [Only for AV-36D503]

FRONT TOP

TUNER

IC41 01

S UB V C O T411 1

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BASIC OPERATION OF SERVICE MENU


1. TOOL OF SERVICE MENU OPERATION Operate the SERVICE MENU with the REMOTE CONTROL UNIT. 2. SERVICE MENU ITEMS With the SERVICE MENU, various adjustments can be made, and they are broadly classified in the following items of adjustments. (1) V/C(S) VIDEO / CHROMA related circuit adjustment mode (2) DEFLECTION(D) DEFLECTION related circuit adjustment mode (3) SOUND(A) SOUND related circuit adjustment mode (4) OTHERS(F) Whole system related items adjustment mode (5) PIP(PIP)[Only for AV-36D503] PIP related c ircuit adjustment mode (6) 3L Y/C(LYC) 3 line YC s eparation related c ircuit adjustment mode (7) LOW LIGHT White balance of LOW LIGHT adjustment mode (8) HIGH LIGHT White balance of HIGH LIGHT adjustment mode (9) RF AFC RF AFC related circuit adjustment mode (10) VCO VCO related circuit adjustment mode (11) I2C BUS I2C bus related circuit adjustment mode [Fixed on] (12) SYSTEM(SYS) This mode is used when s etting up the whole s ys tem.

3. BASIC OPERATION OF SERVICE MENU (1) Ho w to enter SERVICE MENU Press the SLEEP TIMER key and set the SLEEP TIMER for [0 MIN]. Then press the DISPLAY key and the VIDEO STAT US key of the remote control unit simultaneously, and the SERVICE MENU screen will be displayed as shown below. (2) Selection of SUB MENU SCREEN In SERVICE MENU, press the CURSOR / key to select any of the SUB MENU items. (The letters of the selected items are displayed in yellow) If an item like to set up bec omes yellow, the CURSOR / key will be pushed and it will go into the mode.

KEY ASSIGNMENT OF REMOTE CONTROL UNIT

Setting for 0 min Simultaneously push

Go into the item Setting the value

SERVICE MENU 1.V/C(S) 3.SOUND(A) 5.PIP(PIP) 7.LOW LIGHT 9.RF AFC 11.I 2C BUS SELECT BY OPERATE B Y 2.D EF(D) 4.OTHERS 6.3L Y/C(LYC) 8.HIGH LIGHT 1 0.VCO 12.SYSTEM(SYS)

, Select the item


EXIT

EXIT

EXIT BY

SERVICE MENU

Although this illus tration of remote c ontrol unit is written about RM-C251 (AV-36D503), it can use for operating RM-C252 (AV36D303, 203) as same key assignment.

CURSOR / key Select 1.V/C(S) 12.SYSTEM(SYS) 1.V/C(S) 2.DEF (D) CURSOR / key
VIDEO/C HROMA

DEFLECTION

Go into eac h SUB MENU 11.I C BUS 12.SYSTEM(SYS)


2

SOUND

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(3) Method of Setting For ex ample, the operation in the c ase of s etting up VIDEO/CHROMA is expressed below.

EXIT key Return to the SERVICE MENU MAIN

ITEM S01 S02 S03 S04 S05 S06 S07 S08 S09 S10

CONT ENTS BRIGHT PICTURE COLOR TINT DETAIL BRIGHT +PICT +COLOR +TINT +DETAIL +RF

4 : 3

STD

LOW

S01

BRIGHT S02 PICTURE S03

*** *** *** ***

COLOR S04 TINT

CURSOR / key Select the items from S01 to S10. CURSOR / key

Inc rement or decrement the adjustment value

(4) Others [Only for AV-36D503] If go into the 9.RF AFC and 10.VCO items, there will be display the RF AFC MAIN screen and VCO MAIN screen. Then press the CURSOR / key, the RF AFC SUB screen and VCO SUB screen is displayed.
10.VCO MAIN 10.VCO SUB

TUNER HI GH LE VEL REFE RENCE LEVEL LOW LE VEL SYNC

SUB

CURSOR

key

NO

TUNER HI GH LE VEL REFE RENCE LEVEL LOW LE VEL SYNC

SUB

NO

9.RF AFC MAIN MODE

9.RF AFC SUB

CURSOR
TOO HI GH GOOD TUNER AFC FINE TOO LOW MAIN ON **

key
TOO HI GH GOOD TUNER AFC FINE TOO LOW SUB ON **

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SERVICE M ENU (M AIN MENU)
SE RV ICE MENU 1.V /C(S ) 3.S OUND(A) 5.P IP(P IP ) 7.LOW LIGHT 9.RF AFC 11. I2C BUS SE LECT BY OPE RATE BY 2.DEF(D) 4. OTHERS(F) 6.3L Y/C(LYC) 8.HIGH L IGHT 10. VCO 12. SYS TEM (S YS) RF EX IT BY EX IT S01 BRI GHT *** 4 : 3 RF 4 : 3

1.V/C(S)
S TD LOW

2.DEF (D)
S TD LOW

3.SOUND(A)
D01 V FRE Q ***

4.OTHERS(F)

A01

IN LE VEL

***

5.PIP(PIP) [Only for AV-36D503]


F01 OSD POS I ***

6.3L Y/C(LYC) [Do n ot adjust]

PI P01

BRI GHHT

***

8.HIGH LIGHT

7.LOW LIGHT
LYC01 MODE ***

***

***

11.I2C BUS [Do n ot adjust]

BRIGHT ***

*** *** ***

9.RF AFC MAIN MODE

9.RF AFC SUB [Only for AV-36D503]

I2C

BUS

ON

TOO HI GH GOOD TUNE R AF C FI NE

TOO LOW M AI N ON **

TOO HI GH GOOD TUNE R AF C FI NE

TOO LOW SUB ON **

12.SYSTEM(SYS) 10.VCO MAIN 10.VCO SUB [Only for AV-36D503]

SY S01

VI DE O

***

TUNE R HI GH LE VE L RE FE RENCE LEV EL LOW L EVE L SY NC

M AI N

NO

TUNE R HI GH LE VE L RE FE RENCE LEV EL LOW L EVE L SY NC

S UB

NO

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INITIAL SETTING VALUE OF SERVICE MENU


1. Ad justment of the SERVICE MENU is made on the basis of the initial setting values ; however, the new setting values which set the screen in its optim um condition may differ from the initial setting. 2. Do no t change the initial setting values not listed in ADJUSTMENT. V / C(S) MODE No . S01 S02 S03 S04 S05 S06 S07 S08 S09 S10 Setting item BRIGHT PICTURE COLOR TINT DETAIL BRIGHT +PICT+COLOR +TINT+DETAIL+Variable range STANDARD 0127 0127 0127 0127 063 -32 +32 -32+32 -32+32 -32 +32 -32 +32 64 55 55 64 37 ----------RF THEATER ----------+1 -10 -3 -3 0 COMPONENT INPUT / STANDARD No . Setting item Variable range AV-36D503 /Y AV-36D303 /Y AV-36D203 /Y 60 64 40 -1 [503] / -3 [303, 203] 0 RF / S-VIDEO / COMPOSITE VIDEO No . Setting item Variable range 0255 0255 0255 0127 0127 -128+127 -128+127 -128 +127 -128+127 -128+127 0 3 03 01 0 1 STANDARD LOW S11 S12 S13 S14 S15 S16 S17 S18 S19 S20 S21 S22 S23 S24 R CUT OFF G CUT OFF B CUT OFF R DRIVE B DRIVE R CUT+G CUT+B CUT+R DRV+B DRV+NTSC MAT BLACK ST DCREST DCRSW 30 30 30 64 64 ----------3 1 1 1 HIGH ----------0 0 0 +5 +6 3 ------THEATER LOW ----------0 0 0 +13 -25 1 1 1 1 HIGH ----------0 0 0 +7 -9 1 ------LOW -----------10 0 -10 0 0 2 ------AV-36D503 /R AV-36D303 /R AV-36D203 /R 56 72 40 -1 [503] / -3 [303, 203] 0 AV-36D503 /M AV-36D303 /M AV-36D203 /M 49 69 40 -1 [503] / -3 [303, 203] 0 COMPONENT INPUT STANDARD HIGH --------------------2 ------THEATER LOW --------------------1 ------HIGH --------------------1 ------S-VIDEO COMPOSITE VIDEO STANDARD --------35 -2 [503] / 0 [303, 203] 0 -2 +2 ---

S03 S04 S05 S06 S07

COLOR TINT DETAIL BRIGHT +PICT+-

0127 0127 063 -32+32 -32+32

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No . S25 S26 S27 S28

Setting item Variable range ASY SHRP BPF FO KILR OFF KILR SEN 07 01 01 01

RF 5 0 0 1

S-VIDEO COMPOSITE VIDEO 4 0 0 1

COMPONENT INPUT 4 -------

No . S29 S30 S31 S32 S33 S34 S35 S36 S37 S38

Setting item RGB MUTE BLUE B VIDEO SW CMP ABCL OSD ABL OSD CONT SUB CONT ABL GAIN ABL PNT Y GAMMA

Variable range 01 0 1 0 3 0 1 0 1 063 015 0 3 0 3 0 3

Initial setting value 0 0 3 0 0 10 8 0 3 1

No. S39 S40 S41 S42 S43 S44 S45 S46 S47

Setting item Y MUTE SVM GAIN SVM PH WPL COL GMM V1 GAIN AGC ADJ VMOFF DE APC CLK

Variable range 01 0 3 0 3 0 1 0 1 0 7 0127 -128+127 0 1

Initial setting value 0 0 0 0 0 4 63 0 1

SOUND MODE No . A01 A02 A03 Setting item Variable range IN LEVEL LOW SEP HI SEP 015 063 063 Initial setting value 10 32 32 No . A04 A05 A06 Setting item SAPC BBE BASS BBE TRE Variable range 0/ 1 -128+127 -128+127 Initial setting value 0 +3 -4

3L Y / C MODE (Do not adjust) No. LYC01 LYC02 LYC03 LYC04 LYC05 LYC06 Variable range 07 07 01 01 015 01 Initial setting value 4 1 0 0 2 0 No . LYC07 LYC08 LYC09 LYC10 LYC11 LYC12 Variable range 01 0 3 01 0 1 0 1 0 1 Initial setting value 1 0 1 0 0 0

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DEF MODE AV-36D503 /Y AV-36D303 /Y AV-36D203 /Y S-VIDEO RF COMPOSITE 0 0 16 --0 --52 --32 --3 --12 --32 --0 0 13 --14 --37 --0 --0 --30 --0 0 0 3 2 16 --0 --52 --32 --3 --12 --32 --0 0 13 --14 --37 --0 --0 --30 --0 0 0 AV-36D503 /R AV-36D303 /R AV-36D203 /R S-VIDEO RF COMPOSITE 0 0 16 --0 --60 --32 --5 --12 --32 --0 0 13 --14 --34 --0 --0 --35 --0 0 0 3 2 16 --0 --60 --32 --5 --12 --32 --0 0 13 --14 --34 --0 --0 --35 --0 0 0 AV-36D503 /M AV-36D303 /M AV-36D203 /M S-VIDEO RF COMPOSITE 0 0 16 --0 --82 --32 --5 --13 --27 --0 0 13 --14 --31 --0 --0 --35 --0 0 0 0 0 16 --0 --82 --32 --5 --13 --27 --0 0 13 --14 --31 --0 --0 --35 --0 0 0

No .

Setting item

Variable range

D01 D02 D03 D04 D05 D06 D07 D08 D09 D10 D11 D12 D13 D14 D15 D16 D17 D18 D19 D20 D21 D22 D23 D24 D25 D26 D27 D28 D29 D30 D31 D32 D33

V FREQ AFC GAIN H POSI H POSI+V PHASE V PH+V SIZE V SIZE+V CENTER V CENT+V S CORR V S CO+V LIN V LIN+H SIZE H SIZE+WVMT TOP WVMT BTM EWCR TOP EWCR T+EWCR BTM EWCR B+EW PARA EW PARA+V EHT V EHT+H EHT H EHT+TRAPEZ TRAPEZ+V AGC BLANK SW VRMP BI

03 0 3 031 -128 +127 0 7 -128 +127 0+127 -128 +127 063 -128+127 015 -128 +127 015 -128+127 063 -128+127 03 03 031 -128+127 031 -128+127 063 -128+127 07 -128+127 07 -128+127 063 -128+127 01 01 01

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OTHERS MODE No. F01 F02 F03 F04 F05 F06 F07 F08 F09 F10 F11 F12 F13 F14 Variable range 015 015 015 015 063 01 063 02 0255 0255 0255 063 0255 0255 Initial setting value 37 90 45 93 7 0 2 0 5 5 16 32 3 5 No. F15 F16 F17 F18 F19 F20 F21 F22 F23 F24 F25 F26 F27 F28 Variable range 063 063 063 0255 -128+127 -128+127 -128+127 -128+127 01 02 0255 0255 0255 01 Initial setting value 0 10 20 2 +8 -4 -10 -16 0 0 255 40 15 1

PIP MODE No. PIP01 PIP02 PIP03 PIP04 PIP05 PIP06 PIP07 PIP08 PIP09 PIP10 PIP11 PIP12 PIP13 PIP14 PIP15 PIP16 PIP17 PIP18 PIP19 PIP20 PIP21 PIP22 PIP23 PIP24 PIP25 PIP26 PIP27 Setting item BRIGHT PICTURE TINT COLOR R CUTOFF G CUTOFF B CUTOFF R DRIVE G DRIVE B DRIVE L POSI R POSI UPR POSI LWR POSI PICT LCK SELDEL AGCFIX AGCADST AGC BLKINVB BLKINVR VSPDEL VSPISQ RGBIN FRSEL OUTFOR UVPOLAR Variable range 015 075 063 015 015 015 015 0255 0255 0255 0255 0255 0127 0127 01 015 01 01 015 01 01 031 01 01 01 01 0 1 Initial setting value 0 30 42 6 0 0 0 63 65 65 22 15 12 11 1 0 1 0 7 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 No. PIP28 PIP29 PIP30 PIP31 PIP32 PIP33 PIP34 PIP35 PIP36 PIP37 PIP38 PIP39 PIP40 PIP41 PIP42 PIP43 PIP44 PIP45 PIP46 PIP47 PIP48 PIP49 PIP50 PIP51 PIP52 PIP53 Setting item MAT YCOR XFREQF WTCHDG COLON ACQNEW DSTDET CRIBEOK FCBEOK NOCRID NONSED PIP ADJ BRI EXT PCT EXT TNT EXT COR EXT R-D EXT G-D EXT B-D EXT BRT COMP PCT COMP TNT COMP COR COMP R-D COMP G-D COMP B-D COMP Variable range 01 01 01 01 01 01 01 01 01 01 01 015 -128+127 -128+127 -128+127 -128+127 -128+127 -128+127 -128+127 -128+127 -128+127 063 015 -128+127 -128+127 -128+127 Initial setting value 1 1 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 6 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 40 5 0 0 0

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ADJUSTMENTS
BASIC ADJUSTMENT
Item Check of B1 POWER SUPPLY Measuring instrument Test point Ad justment part Description 1. Receive the blac k and white signal. (color off) 2. Connect the DC voltmeter to B1 connector 1 pin (TP-91) and TP-E(#). 3. Confirm that the voltage is DC134V2V.

DC Voltmeter 1 : TP-91 3 : TP-E(#) B1 connector

MAIN VCO adjustment

Signal gener ator Remote control unit

VCO (MAIN) [SERVICE MENU] CW TRANSF. [MAIN PWB]

" Under normal conditions , no adjustment is required. And it must not adjust without signal. 1. Receive the NTSC broadc ast. 2. Select the 10 VCO mode from the SERVICE MENU. 3. It checks that turn the CW TRANSF. and the character of HIGH LEVEL changes the color. 4. Next, it chec k that turn the CW TRANSF. on the c ontrary and the color of LOW LEVEL changed. 5. At this time, it checks that SYNC is YES. 6. Turn the CW TRANSF. and it is made for the c harac ter of REFERENCE LEVEL to become green. Again, it checks that SYNC is YES.

TUNER HIGH LEVEL REFERENCE LEVEL LOW LEVEL SYNC

MAIN

GREEN
NO

SUB VCO adjustment Only for AV-36D503

Remote control unit

VCO (SUB) [SERVICE MENU] SUB CW TRANSF. [PIP PWB]

TUNER HIGH LEVEL REFERENCE LEVEL LOW LEVEL SYNC

SUB

" This adjustment is only for AV-36D503. " Under normal conditions , no adjustment is required. And it must not adjust without signal. 1. Receive the NTSC broadc ast. 2. Push the PIP key on the remote control unit. And display any broadcast program in the PIP screen that difference from MAIN screen. 3. Select the 10 VCO mode and switch the SUB mode by pressing the CURSOR / key. 4. It checks that turn the SUB CW TRANSF. and the character of HIGH LEVEL changes the color. 5. Next, it check that turn the SUB CW TRANSF. on the contrary and the color of LOW LEVEL changed. 6. At this time, it checks that SYNC is YES. 7. Turn the SUB CW TRANSF. and it is made for the character of REFERENCE LEVEL to become green. Again, it checks that SYNC is YES.

GREEN
NO

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Item RF AGC adjustment

Measuring instrument Remote control unit

Test point

Ad justment part S45 AGC ADJ [V/C(S) mode] 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Description Receive the broadcast. Enter to the V/C(S) mode from SERVICE MENU. Select the S45 AGC ADJ item. Press the MUTING key and turn the c olor to off. With the CURSOR key to get the nois e in the screen picture (zero side of setting value). 6. Press the CURSOR key several times and step when noise disappears from the screen. At this time, not to increase the value too much. 7. Change to other channels and make sure that there is no irregularity. 8. Press the MUTING key and get c olor out.

Ad justment item

Variable range

Initial setting value

S45 AGC ADJ

0127

63

FOCUS adjustment

Signal gener ator

FOCUS VR [In FBT]

1. Receive the crosshatch signal. 2. While looking at the screen, adjust the FOCUS VR to the vertical and horizontal lines will be clear and make fine in a detail. 3. Make sure that the picture is in focus even when the sc reen gets dark ened.

Clear and fine

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DEFLECTION CIRCUIT ADJUSTMENT


The setting (adjustment) using the remote contr ol unit is made on the basis of the initial setting values. The setting values which adjust the screen to the optimum condition can be different from the initial setting values.

Item V. CENTER V. SIZ E adjustment

Measuring instrument Signal gener ator Remote control unit

Test point

Ad justment part D05 V PHASE D07 V SIZE [DEF(D) mode] V. CENTER SW [MAIN PWB]

Description 1. Receive the crosshatch signal. 2. Enter to the DEF(D) mode from SERVICE MENU. 3. Select the D05 V PHASE, and it checks that the value of D05 V PHASE is 0. 4. Adjust the V. CENTER SW to bec ome the signal center agree with the CRT vertic al center. 5. Then adjus t the D07 V SIZ E to the vertic al screen size become the values given below table (bottom of screen is to be located within the 85%95% range).

Initial setting value Ad justment item AV-36D503 /Y AV-36D303 /Y AV-36D203 /Y 0 60 AV-36D503 /R AV-36D303 /R AV-36D203 /R 0 60 AV-36D503 /M AV-36D303 /M AV-36D203 /M 0 82

D05 V PHASE D07 V SIZE

MODEL NAME AV-36D503 /Y AV-36D303 /Y AV-36D203 /Y Screen size Picture size (100%) AV-36D503 /R AV-36D303 /R AV-36D203 /R AV-36D503 /M AV-36D303 /M AV-36D203 /M

VERTICAL SCREEN SIZE

92.0%

92.0%

92.0%

VERTICAL SIZ E ADJUSTMENT

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Item

Measuring instrument

Test point

Ad justment part D03 H POSITION D15 H SIZE D23 EW PARA D19 EWCR T OP D21 EWCR BT M [DEF(D) mode]

Description 1. Receive the crosshatch signal. 2. Adjust left-right center with D03 H POSITION to bec ome s creen center agree with CRT center (A=A as shown in figure). 3. Adjust the horizontal size with D15 H SIZE to become the value given below. 4. Adjust the D23 EW PARA to the vertical lines bec ome straight. 5. It check that, horizontal size is not illegal. 6. When the vertical lines of 4 corner does not turn into a straight, adjusts them with D19 EWCR TOP and D21 EWCR BT M to correctly.

H SIZ E Signal H. POSITION gener ator SIDE PINCUSHION Remote adjustment control unit

A'

Initial setting value Ad justment item H POSITION ADJUSTMENT


D03 H POSITI ON D15 H SIZ E D23 EW PARA
Screen size

AV-36D503 /Y AV-36D303 /Y AV-36D203 /Y

AV-36D503 /R AV-36D503 /M AV-36D303 /R AV-36D303 /M AV-36D203 /R AV-36D203 /M

16 32 37 13 14

16 32 34 13 14

16 27 31 13 14

D19 EW CR TOP D21 EW CR BTM

MODEL NAME AV-36D503 /Y AV-36D303 /Y AV-36D203 /Y AV-36D503 /R AV-36D303 /R AV-36D203 /R AV-36D503 /M AV-36D303 /M AV-36D203 /M

HORIZONTAL SCREEN SIZ E

Picture size 100%

92.0%

HORIZONTAL SIZE ADJUSTMENT 92.0%

92.0%

Stra igh t

Stra igh t

SIDE PINCUSHION ADJUSTMENT

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VIDEO / CHROMA CIRCUIT ADJUS TMENT


The adjustment using the r emote control unit is m ade on the b asis of the initial setting values. The setting values which adjust the screen to the optimum condition can b e different from the in itial setting values. Do not change the initial setting values not listed in ADJUSTMENT.

Item WHITE BALANCE (Low Light) adjustment

Measuring instrument Signal generator Remote control unit

Test point

Adjustment item LOW LIGHT BRIGHT(S01) [SERVICE MENU] R CUTOFF(S11) G CUTOFF(S12) B CUTOFF(S13) SCREEN VR [In HVT]

Description 1. Receive a blac k and white signal (col or off). 2. Select the LOW LIGHT MODE fr om the SER VICE MENU. 3. Confirm the initial setting value of BRIGHT. 4. Confirm the initial setting value of R CUTOFF, G CUTOFF and B CUTOFF. 5. Display a single horizontal line by pressing the key of the remote c ontrol unit. 6. Turn the screen VR all the way to the left. 7. Turn the screen VR graduall y to the right from the left until either one of the red, bl ue or green c olors appears faintl y. 8. Use keys of the remote c ontr ol unit and adjus t the other 2 c olors which except the appeared color to where the single horizontal line appears white. 9. Turn the screen VR to where the single horizontal line glows faintl y. 10. Press the key to rel eas e the single horizontal line. 11. Adjust the BRIGHT level to become the bl ac k component shines white slightl y. 12. Confirm that whether the color i ngredient of R, G or B is visible to the blac k component, which s hines white slightly. 13. When the c olor ingredient c an be seen, two c olors other than a visible c olor are adj usted, and it is made to look white. 14. Return the value of BRIGHT to initi al setting value. 15. Press the key to exit the WHITE BALANCE MODE.

BRIGHT ***

*** ***

LOW LIGHT adjustment mode

Remote Control Unit H.LINE ON 1 R CUTOFF 4 R CUTOFF 7 H.LINE OFF 2 G CUTOFF 5 G CUTOFF 8 EXIT 3 B CUTOFF 6 B CUTOFF 9

Adjustment item BRIGHT(S01)

Variable range 0 127

Initial setting value 64

CUTOFF ADJUSTMENT R CUTOFF(S11) G CUTOFF(S12) B CUTOFF(S13)

Variable range 0 255 0 255 0 255

Initial setting value 30 30 30

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Item WHITE BALANCE (High Light) adjustment

Measuring instrument Signal generator Remote control unit

Test point

Adjustment item HIGH LIGHT [SERVICE MENU] R DRIVE(S14) B DRIVE(S15) 1. 2. 3. 4.

Description Receive the NTSC blac k and white signal (color off). Select the HIGH LIGHT mode in the SERVICE MENU. Confirm the initial setting value of G DRIVE and B DRIVE. If they ar e differ, set the S14 and S15 to the correct initial setting value in the 1 V/C(S) mode. 5. Adjust the screen col or to white with the , , and keys of the remote control unit.

Remo te Cont rol Unit H.LINE ON *** *** 1 R DRIVE H.LINE OF F 2 EXIT 3 B DRIVE 5 6 B DRIVE 8 9

HIGH LIGHT adjustment


4 R DRIVE 7

DRIVE AD JUSTMENT R DRIVE (S14) B DRIVE (S15)

Variable range 0 127 0 127

Initial setting value 64 64

SUB BRIGHT adjustment

Remote control unit

S01 BRIGHT

! White
1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

balanc e (low light and high light) adjus tment should be done. Receive a NTSC broadc ast. Select the 1 V/C(S) mode from SERVICE MENU. Select S01 BRIGHT of the V/C(S) mode i n SERVICE MENU. Confirm the initial setting value of the S01 BRIGHT. If the brightness is not the best with the initial s etti ng value, make fine adjustment of the S01 BRIGHT until you get the opti mum brightness. BRIGHT ADJUSTMENT Variable range 0 127 Initial setting value 64

S01 BRIGHT

SUB CONTRAST adjustment

Remote control unit

S02 PICTURE

!Bright adjustment s hould be done.


1. 2. 3. 4. Receive a NTSC broadc ast. Select S02 PICTURE of the V/C(S) mode in SERVIC E MENU. Confirm the initial setting value of the S02 PICTURE. If the contrast is not the bes t with the initial setting value, make fine adjustment of the S02 PICTURE until you get the opti mum contrast. PICTURE ADJUSTMENT S02 PICTURE Variable range 0 127 Initial setting value 55

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Item SUB COLOR adjustment

Measuring instrument Remote control unit

Test point

Adjustment part S03 COL OR [V/C(S) mode]

Description [ Method of adjustment without measur ing instrument ] 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Receive the broadcas t. Select the 1 V/C(S) mode from SERVICE MENU. Select S03 COLOR of the V/C(S) mode. Confirm the initial setting value of the S03 COLOR. If the col or is not the best with the Initial s etting value, make fine adjustment of the S03 COLOR until you get the optimum color.

Adjustment item

Initial setting value

S03 COL OR

55

Signal generator

TP-B TP-E(! ) ! [CRT Oscilloscope SOCKET PW B] Remote control unit

S03 COL OR [V/C(S) mode]

[ Method of adjustment using measuring instrument ] 1. Input the full color bar signal incl udes the 75% white. 2. Select the 9 RF AFC mode from SERVICE MENU. 3. Turn the AFC item to off, and exit to the SERVICE MAIN MENU. 4. Select the 1 V/C(S) mode from SERVICE MENU. 5. Select S03 COLOR of the V/C(S) mode. 6. Confirm the initial setting value of the S03 COLOR given above. 7. Connect the oscilloscope between TP-B and TP-E. 8. Adjust S03 COLOR and bring the val ue of ( A) in the illustration to the voltage s hown in the table bellow ( voltage differenc e between white and bl ue). 9. Exit to the SER VICE MAIN MENU. 10. Select the 9 RF AFC mode from SERVICE MENU. 11. Turn the AFC item to on.

G R ( )
MODEL NAME AV-36D503 /Y AV-36D303 /Y AV-36D203 /Y Voltage differ ence [V]

+18V

Cy Mg B

(A) ( )

0V

AV-36D503 /R AV-36D303 /R AV-36D203 /R AV-36D503 /M AV-36D303 /M AV-36D203 /M

+20V

+18V

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Item SUB TINT adjustment

Measuring instrument Remote control unit

Test point

Ad justment part S04 TINT [V/C(S) mode]

Description [ Method of adjustment without measuring instr ument ] 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Receive the broadcast. Select the 1 V/C(S) mode from SERVICE MENU. Select S04 TINT of the V/C(S) mode. Confirm the initial setting value of the S04 TINT. If the tint is not the bes t with the Initial setting value, make fine adjustment of the S04 TINT until you get the optimum color.

Ad justment item

Initial setting value

S04 TINT

64

Signal gener ator

TP-B TP-E(# ) # [CRT Oscilloscope SOCKET PWB] Remote control unit

S04 TINT [V/C(S) mode]

[ Method of adjustment using measuring instrum ent ] 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. Input the full color bar signal includes the 75% white. Select the 9 RF AFC mode from SERVICE MENU. Turn the AFC item to off, and exit to the SERVICE MAIN MENU. Select the 1 V/C(S) mode from SERVICE MENU. Select S04 TINT of the V/C(S) mode. Confirm the initial setting value of the S04 TINT given above. Connect the osc illosc ope between TP-B and TP-E. Adjust S04 TINT and bring the value of (B) in the illustration to the voltage shown in the table bellow ( voltage difference between white and magenta). 9. Exit to the SERVICE MAIN MENU. 10. Select the 9 RF AFC mode from SERVICE MENU. 11. Turn the AFC item to on.

G R ( )

MODEL NAME AV-36D503 /Y AV-36D303 /Y AV-36D203 /Y

Voltage differences [V]

+2V

Cy Mg B

0V (B) ( )

AV-36D503 /R AV-36D303 /R AV-36D203 /R AV-36D503 /M AV-36D303 /M AV-36D203 /M

+6V

+2V

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PIP CIRCUIT ADJUSTMENT [Only for AV-36D503]


Item PIP WHITE BALANCE adjustment (HIGH LIGHT) Measuring instrument Signal gener ator Remote control unit Test point Ad justment part PIP08 R DRIVE PIP10 B DRIVE [PIP(PIP) mode] 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Description Receive the black and white signal (c olor off). Select the 5 PIP mode from SERVICE MENU. Select the PIP08 R DRIVE, PIP10 B DRIVE of the PIP mode. Confirm the initial setting values of PIP08 and PIP10. Adjust the PIP08 R DRIVE, PIP10 B DRIVE until the screen becomes white. Ad justment item PIP08 R DRIVE PIP10 B DRIVE Initial setting value 63 65

PIP DISPLAY POSITION adjustment

Signal gener ator Remote control unit

PIP11 L POSI PIP12 R POSI PIP13 UPR POSI PIP14 LWR POSI [PIP(PIP) mode]

1. 2. 3. 1.

Receive the black and white signal (c olor off). Select the 5 PIP mode from SERVICE MENU. Select the PIP11 L POSI of the PIP mode. Confirm the initial s etting value of the PIP11 L POSIPIP14 LWR POSI. 5. Adjust the PIP11 PIP14 to become the each PIP screen outside edges positioned about the left mentioned values from screen edge.

Ad justment position UPPER WIDTH LOWER WIDTH LEFT WIDT H RIGHT WIDTH

Ad justment value Screen size 80% 80% 80% 80%

Ad justment item PIP11 L POSI PIP12 R POSI PIP13 UPR POSI PIP14 LWR POSI

Initial setting value 22 15 12 11

92% H SIZE adjustment value 80%

PIP S CREEN

80% 80% 92% V SIZE adjustment value

80%

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MTS CIRCUIT ADJUSTMENT


Item MTS INPUT LEVEL check Measuring instrument Remote control unit Test point Ad justment part A01 IN LEVEL [SOUND(A) mode] Description 1. Select the A01 IN LEVEL of the SOUND mode. 2. Verify that the A01 IN LEVEL is set at its initial s etting value.

Ad justment item A01 IN LEVEL

Initial setting value 10

MTS SEPARATION adjustment

TV audio multiplex signal gener ator Oscilloscope Remote control unit

R OUT A02 LOW SEP L OUT A03 HI SEP [AUDIO OUT]

1. Input the stereo L s ignal (300Hz) from the TV audio multiplex signal generator to the antenna terminal. 2. Connect an oscilloscope to R OUT pin of the AUDIO OUT, and display one c ycle portion of the 300Hz signal. 3. Select the A02 LOW SEP of the SOUND MODE. 4. Confirm the initial setting value of the A02 LOW SEP. 5. Adjust the A02 LOW SEP s o that the stroke element of the 300Hz signal will bec ome minimum. 6. Change the connec tion of the oscilloscope to L OUT pin of the AUDIO OUT , and enlarge the voltage axis. 7. Change the signal to 3kHz, and similarly adjust the A03 HI SEP.

L-Channel signal waveform

R-Channel crosstalk portion Minimum

Ad justment item A02 LOW SEP A03 HIGH SEP

Initial setting value 32 32

1 cycle

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HOW TO CHECK THE HIGH VOLTAGE HOLD DOWN CIRCUIT


1. HIGH VOLT AGE HOLD DOWN CIRCUIT After repairing the high voltage hold down c ircuit. This circuit shall be checked to operate correctly. 2. (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) CHECKING OF THE HIGH VOLTAGE HOLD DOWN CIRCUIT Turn the power switch on. As s hown in figure, s et the res istor (betweenS1connector2 and3). Make sure that the screen pic ture disappears. Temporarily unplug the power plug. Remove the resistor (betweenS1connector2and3). Again plug the power plug, make sure that the normal picture is display ed on the screen.

RESISTOR All model : 22.8k 0.5% 1/4W


RESISTOR

S1 CONNECTOR

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REPLACEMENT OF CHIP COMPONENT


! CAUTIONS
1. 2. 3. 4. Avoid heating for more than 3 seconds. Do not rub the electrodes and the resist parts of the pattern. When removing a c hip part, melt the s older adequately. Do not reuse a chip part after removing it.

! SOLDERING IRON
1. Use a high ins ulation s oldering iron with a thin pointed end of it. 2. A 30w s oldering iron is rec ommended for easily removing parts.

! REPLACEMENT STEPS
1. How to remove Chip parts # Resistors, capacitors, etc (1) As shown in the figure, push the part with tweezers and alternately melt the solder at each end.

2. How to install Chip parts


# Resistors, capacitors, etc (1) Apply solder to the pattern as indic ated in the figure.

(2) Shift with tweezers and remove the chip part.

(2) Grasp the chip part with tweezers and plac e it on the s older. Then heat and melt the solder at both ends of the chip part.

# Transistors, diodes, variable r esistor s, etc (1) Apply extra solder to each lead.

# Transistors, diodes, variable r esistor s, etc (1) Apply solder to the pattern as indic ated in the figure. (2) Grasp the chip part with tweezers and place it on the solder. (3) First s older lead A as indicated in the figure.

SOLD E R

SOLD E R

A (2) As shown in the figure, push the part with tweezers and alternately melt the solder at each lead. Shift and remove the chip part. B C (4) Then solder leads B and C .

A B Note : After removing the part, remove remaining solder from the pattern. C

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