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SERVICE MANUAL

COLOR TELEVISION/
VIDEO CASSETTE RECORDER

VTV1415

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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
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.

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TAPE REMOVAL METHOD AT NO POWER SUPPLY
1. Remove the VCR block from the main unit.
(Refer to item 1 of the DISASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS.)
2. Remove the screw 1 of the Deck Chassis and remove the Loading Motor.
3. Rotate the Pinch Roller Cam in the direction of the arrow by hand to slacken the Video Tape.
4. Rotate the Clutch Ass'y either of the derections to wind the Video Tape in the Cassette Case.
5. Repeat the above step 3~4. Then take out the Video Cassette from the Deck Chassis. Be careful not to
scratch on the tape.

Loading Motor

Screw 1

Capstan DD Unit
Pinch Roller Cam

Main Cam
Clutch Ass'y

Main Chassis (Front Side)

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

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


HOW TO ORDER PARTS .......................................................................................................... A1-1
TAPE REMOVAL METHOD AT NO POWER SUPPLY ............................................................ A1-2
TABLE OF CONTENTS .............................................................................................................. A2-1
GENERAL SPECIFICATIONS ................................................................................................... A3-1~A3-5
DISASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS
1. REMOVAL OF MECHANICAL PARTS AND P. C. BOARDS ............................................ B1-1, B1-2
2. REMOVAL OF VCR DECK PARTS ................................................................................... B2-1~B2-6
3. REMOVAL OF ANODE CAP .............................................................................................. B3-1
4. REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION OF FLAT PACKAGE IC ............................................... B4-1, B4-2
KEY TO ABBREVIATIONS ........................................................................................................ C1-1, C1-2
SERVICE MODE LIST ................................................................................................................ C2-1
PREVENTIVE CHECKS AND SERVICE INTERVALS .............................................................. C3-1, C3-2
WHEN REPLACING EEPROM (MEMORY) IC .......................................................................... C4-1
SERVICING FIXTURES AND TOOLS ....................................................................................... D1-1
PREPARATION FOR SERVICING ............................................................................................. D1-1
MECHANICAL ADJUSTMENTS ................................................................................................ D2-1~D2-4
ELECTRICAL ADJUSTMENTS .................................................................................................. D3-1~D3-5
BLOCK DIAGRAMS
TV ............................................................................................................................................ E-1, E-2
Y/C/AUDIO/HEAD AMP/21PIN/IN/OUT .................................................................................. E-3, E-4
MICON .................................................................................................................................... E-5, E-6
PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARDS
SYSCON/CRT/POWER SW .................................................................................................... F-1~F-4
POWER ................................................................................................................................... F-5
SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS
Y/C/AUDIO/HEAD AMP .......................................................................................................... G-1, G-2
MICON ..................................................................................................................................... G-3, G-4
POWER ................................................................................................................................... G-5, G-6
21PIN/IN/OUT ......................................................................................................................... G-7, G-8
CHROMA/IF ............................................................................................................................. G-9, G-10
SOUND AMP ........................................................................................................................... G-11, G-12
T'TEXT/RGB SW ..................................................................................................................... G-13, G-14
DEFLECTION .......................................................................................................................... G-15, G-16
CRT .......................................................................................................................................... G-17, G-18
TV POWER ............................................................................................................................. G-19, G-20
INTERCONNECTION DIAGRAM ............................................................................................... G-21, G-22
WAVEFORMS ............................................................................................................................. H-1, H-2
MECHANICAL EXPLODED VIEWS ........................................................................................... I1-1, I1-2
CHASSIS EXPLODED VIEWS ................................................................................................... I2-1, I2-2
MECHANICAL REPLACEMENT PARTS LIST ......................................................................... J1-1
CHASSIS REPLACEMENT PARTS LIST .................................................................................. J2-1
ELECTRICAL REPLACEMENT PARTS LIST ........................................................................... J3-1~J3-4

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GENERAL SPECIFICATIONS
G-1 TV CRT CRT Size / Visual Size 14 inch / 335.4mmV
System CRT Type Normal
Deflection 90 degree
Magnetic Field BV/BH +0.45G / +0.18G
Color System PAL
Speaker 1Speaker
Position Front
Size 1.5 x 2.5 Inch
Impedance 8 ohm
Sound Output MAX 1.5 W
10%(Typical) 1.0 W
G-2 VCR System VHS
System Player / Recorder
Video System PAL
Hi-Fi STEREO No
NTSC PB(PAL 60Hz) Yes
Deck DECK OVD-7
Loading System Front
Motor 3
Heads Video Head 2 Head

FM Audio Head No

Audio /Control Mono / Yes


Erase(Full Track Erase) Yes
Tape Rec PAL SP/LP
Speed NTSC -
Play PAL SP/LP
NTSC SP
Fast Forward / Rewind Time (Approx.) at 25oC FF:1'48"/REW:1'48"
Cassette at E-180
Forward/Reverse NTSC or PAL-M SP=3x,5x
Picture Search PAL or SECAM SP/LP=5x,7x/7x,13x
Frame Advance No
Slow Speed -
G-3 Tuning Broadcasting System U.K. System I
System Tuner and System 1Tuner
Receive CH Destination U.K.
Tuning System F-Synth
Input Impedance VHF/UHF 75 ohm
CH Coverage 21~69
Intermediate Picture(FP) 39.5MHz
Frequency Sound(FS) 33.5MHz
FP-FS 6.0MHZ
Preset CH 80CH
Stereo/Dual TV Sound No
G-4 Signal Video Signal Input Level 1 V p-p/75 ohm
Output Level 1 V p-p/75 ohm
S/N Ratio (Weighted) 53 dB
Horizontal Resolution at SP Mode 240 Lines
Audio Signal Input Level -3.8dBm/50Kohm
Output Level -3.8dBm/1Kohm
S/N Ratio at SP 42 dB
Harmonic Distortion at SP(1kHz) Typical 1.5 %
Frequency Response at SP 100Hz ~10kHz
at LP 100Hz ~ 5kHz
at SLP -
Hi-Fi Audio Signal Dynamic Range : More than -
Frequency Response -
Wow And Flutter : Less than -
Channel Separation : More than -
Harmonic Distortion : Less than -
G-5 Power Power Source AC 230~240V 50Hz
DC -
Power Consumption at AC 50 W at 230 V 50 Hz
at DC -
Stand by (at AC) 8 W at 230 V 50 Hz
Per Year -
Protector Power Fuse Yes
Dew Sensor No
G-6 Regulation Safety CE , BEAB
Radiation CE
X-Radiation NONE
G-7 Temperature Operation +5oC ~ +40oC
Storage -20oC ~ +60oC
G-8 Operating Humidity Less than 80% RH

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GENERAL SPECIFICATIONS
G-9 On Screen Menu Yes
Display Menu Type Character
ATS No
Timer Rec Set Yes
Channel Setup No
Auto Tuning No
Ch Mapping No
Ch Tuning Yes
Ch Allocation No
TV Setup Yes
On/Off Timer Set Yes
Picture Yes
Audio No
VCR Setup No
Auto Repeat On/Off Yes
System Select No
Scene Repeat No
System Setup No
Clock Set Yes (Calendar 24h)
Language No
G-CODE(or SHOWVIEW or PLUSCODE)No. Entry No
Stereo/Audio Output No
Bilingual No
NICAM No
Clock/Date Yes
CH/AV Yes
Tape Counter(Linear Counter) Yes
Tape Speed Yes
Sleep Time Yes
Control Volume Yes
Level Bright/Contrast/Sharpness/Color Yes
Tint No
Bass/Treble/Balance No
Manual Tracking Yes
Play/Stop/FF/Rew/Rec/OTR/T-Rec/Pause/Eject/Tape In Yes
(Symbol Mark)
Auto Tracking/Manual Tracking Yes
S-Repeat/SR-R/SR-PLAY No
Index Yes
Mute Yes
Hi-Fi No
Repeat Yes
PDC Yes
Zero Return No
Dew No
G-10 OSD Language English
G-11 Clock,Timer Calendar 1990/1/1 ~ 2081/12/31
and Timer Timer Events 8 prog/ 1 month
Back-up One Touch Recording Max Time SP 5 Hours LP 10Hours
OTPB Valid Time -
Sleep Timer Max Time 120 min.
Step 10 min.
On/Off Timer Program(On Timer / Off Timer) 1 prog.
Auto Shut Off No Signal 15 min.
No Operation - min.
Timer Back-up (at Power Off Mode) 30 min.

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GENERAL SPECIFICATIONS
G-12 Remote Unit RC-DM
Control Glow in Dark Remocon Yes
Power Source Voltage(D.C) 3V
UM size x pcs UM-4 x 2 pcs
Total Keys 38 Keys
Keys Power Yes
1 Yes
2 Yes
3 Yes
4 Yes
5 Yes
6 Yes
7 Yes
8 Yes
9 Yes
0/AV Yes
CH/Tr Up Yes
CH/Tr Up/Page Up No
CH/Tr Down Yes
CH/Tr Down /Page Down No
Volume Up Yes
Volume Down Yes
Play/Up Yes
Play/Up/Slow No
F.Fwd/Right Yes
Rew/Left Yes
Pause/Still Yes
Pause No
Stop/Down Yes
Rec/OTR Yes (2Keys)
Eject Yes
Counter Reset Yes
Speed Yes
Timer Rec Yes (2Keys)
TV Monitor Yes
TV Monitor /Rec Monitor No
Program Yes
Program /V+ No
Auto Tracking Yes
Auto Tracking /Reveal No
Menu Yes
Enter Yes
Enter/Hold No
Cancel/Ch Skip Yes
Cancel/Ch Skip/F-T-B No
Index Yes
Index /Sub Page (Time Text) No
Call Yes
Text/Mix/TV No
Sleep Timer Yes
Mute Yes
Zero Return Yes
Red No
Cyan No
Green No
Yellow No
Audio Select No

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GENERAL SPECIFICATIONS
G-13 Features Auto Head Cleaning No
Auto Tracking Yes
HQ (VHS Standard High Quality) Yes
Auto Power On, Auto Play, Auto Rewind, Auto Eject Yes
Auto Shut Off Yes
Auto Repeat Yes
VIDEO PLUS+(SHOWVIEW,G-CODE) No
CH Auto Set-Up/Auto Clock Yes
PDC Yes
Forward / Reverse Picture Search Yes
One Touch Playback No
Auto Tuning No
Anti-Theft No
End Call No
Index Search Yes
SQPB No
CATV No
CM Skip(30sec x 6 Times) No
Comb Filter No
T'Text No
Text type -
Scene Repeat No
Hotel Lock No
TV Monitor Yes
Power On Memory No
Protect of FBT Leak Circuit Yes
Choke Coil No
G-14 Accessories Owner's Manual Language English
w/Guarantee Card No
Remote Control Unit Yes
Rod Antenna No
Poles -
Terminal -
w/300 ohm to 75 ohm Antenna Adapter -
Loop Antenna Yes
Terminal DIN Type
U/V Mixer No
DC Car Cord (Center+) No
Guarantee Card No
Warning Sheet No
Circuit Diagram No
Antenna Change Plug No
Service Facility List No
Important Safeguard No
Dew/AHC Caution Sheet No
AC Plug Adapter No
Quick Set-up Sheet Yes
Battery Yes
UM size x pcs UM-4 x 2 pcs
OEM Brand No
AC Cord No
AV Cord (2Pin-1Pin) No
21pin-RCA Cable No
RF Cable Yes (0.9m)
Registration Card Yes
PTB Sheet No
Anti-Theft Sheet No
Euro Warranty Information Sheet No
Helpline Sheet Yes[From 2nd Lot]

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GENERAL SPECIFICATIONS
G-15 Interface Switch Front Power Yes
Play Yes
Pause/Still No
System Select No
One Touch Playback No
Input Select No
Channel Up Yes
Channel Down Yes
F.FWD/Cue Yes
Eject/Stop Yes
Main Power SW Yes
Volume Up Yes
Volume Down Yes
Rew/Rev Yes
Rec/OTR Yes
Rear Main Power SW No
Indicator Standby Yes(Red)
Rec/OTR Yes(Red)
T-Rec Yes(Red)
On Timer No
CS No
Key Light up Rec/OTR No
One Touch Playback No
Play No
Terminals Front Video Input Yes
Audio Input Yes
Other Terminal Head Phone(Stereo & Mono, 3.5mm)
Rear Video Input No
Audio Input No
Video Output No
Audio Output No
Euro Scart 1-SCART
Diversity No
Ext Speaker No
DC Jack 12V(Center +) No
VHF/UHF Antenna Input DIN type
AC Inlet No
G-16 Set Size Approx. W x D x H (mm) 362 x 365 x 382
G-17 Weight Net (Approx.) 11.0 kg ( - lbs)
Gross (Approx.) 12.5 kg ( - lbs)
G-18 Carton Master Carton No
Content -
Material -
Dimensions W x D x H(mm) -
Description of Origin -
Gift Box Yes
Material Double/White
Dimensions W x D x H(mm) 423 x 447 x 443
Design As per Buyer's
Description of Origin Yes
Drop Test Natural Dropping At 1 Corner / 3 Edges / 6 Surfaces
Height (cm) 62
Container Stuffing(40' container) 700 Sets
G-19 Material Cabinet Front PS 94HB
Rear PS 94V0/Non-Decabrom
Jack Panel PS 94V2 or More /Non-Harogen
PCB Non-Halogen Demand Yes
Eyelet Demand Yes

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DISASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS
1. REMOVAL OF MECHANICAL PARTS 1-3: TV/VCR BLOCK (Refer to Fig. 1-3)
AND P.C. BOARDS 1. Remove the 2 screws 1.
2. Disconnect the following connectors:
1-1: BACK CABINET (Refer to Fig. 1-1)
(CP302, CP402, CP501 and CP502).
1. Remove the 5 screws 1. 3. Unlock the support 2.
2. Remove the AC cord from the AC cord hook 2. 4. Remove the TV/VCR Block in the direction of arrow.
3. Remove the Back Cabinet in the direction of arrow.
1
Front Cabinet
Front Cabinet 1

2
1 UP TO
RELEASE

TV/VCR Block

1 Fig. 1-3

1 2 1-4: POWER PCB (Refer to Fig. 1-4)


Back Cabinet

1 1. Remove the 3 screws 1.


Fig. 1-1 2. Disconnect the following connectors:
(CP401A and CP851A).
1-2: CRT PCB (Refer to Fig. 1-2) 3. Remove the Power PCB in the direction of arrow.

CAUTION: BEFORE REMOVING THE ANODE CAP, 1


DISCHARGE ELECTRICITY BECAUSE IT 1
CONTAINS HIGH VOLTAGE.
BEFORE ATTEMPTING TO REMOVE OR 1
REPAIR ANY PCB, UNPLUG THE POWER
CORD FROM THE AC SOURCE.
Power PCB
1. Remove the Anode Cap.
(Refer to REMOVAL OF ANODE CAP)
2. Disconnect the following connector:
(CP801).
3. Remove the CRT PCB in the direction of arrow.

Front Cabinet CRT PCB

TV/VCR Block

Fig. 1-4

Fig. 1-2

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DISASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS
1-5: DECK SHIELD PLATE (Refer to Fig. 1-5) 1-7: JACK PLATE AND SYSCON PCB (Refer to Fig. 1-7)
1. Remove the 2 screws 1. 1. Remove the screw 1.
2. Remove the Deck Shield Plate in the direction of arrow (A). 2. Remove the 2 screws 2.
3. Remove the screw 2. 3. Remove the Syscon PCB in the direction of arrow.
4. Remove the Bottom Shield Plate in the direction of arrow (B).

1
Syscon PCB
Deck Shield Plate

(A)
2
2

TV/VCR Block

(B)
Deck Holder
Fig. 1-7

Bottom Shield Plate 2


Fig. 1-5

1-6: DECK CHASSIS (Refer to Fig. 1-6)


NOTE
Do not remove the cable at the FE Head section. The FE
Head may be damaged if you remove the cable by force.
1. Remove the screw 1.
2. Remove the FE Head.
3. Remove the 3 screws 2.
4. Disconnect the following connectors:
(CP1001, CP4001, CP4004 and CP4005).
5. Remove the Deck Chassis in the direction of arrow.

2
2
1
FE Head 2

Deck Chassis

Syscon PCB

Fig. 1-6
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DISASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS
2. REMOVAL OF VCR DECK PARTS NOTE
2-1: TOP BRACKET (Refer to Fig. 2-1) 1. In case of the Locker R installation, check if the one
position of Fig.2-3-B are correctly locked.
1. Extend the 2 supports 1.
2. When you install the Cassette Side R, be sure to move
2. Slide the 2 supports 2 and remove the Top Bracket.
the Locker R after installing.
NOTE
1. After the installation of the Top Bracket, bend the
support 1 so that the Top Bracket is fixed.
Locker R
Top Bracket
Check if this position
is locked.
1 1
Cassette Side R

Top Bracket

2
Main Chassis
Fig. 2-3-B
Main Chassis
2-4: LINK UNIT (Refer to Fig. 2-4)
Fig. 2-1
1. Set the Link Unit to the Eject position.
2. Unlock the support 1.
2-2: CASSETTE HOLDER ASS'Y (Refer to Fig. 2-2)
3. Remove the (A) side of the Link Unit first, then remove
1. Move the Cassette Holder Ass'y to the front side. the (B) side.
2. Push the Locker R to remove the Cassette Side R.
3. Remove the Cassette Side L.
Main Chassis

Cassette Side R
Link Unit
Main Chassis Locker R

(A) (B)
Link Unit

Main Chassis

Link Unit Main Chassis

Cassette Side L Fig. 2-4


Fig. 2-2

2-5: LINK LEVER/FLAP LEVER/BOT COVER


2-3: CASSETTE SIDE L/R (Refer to Fig. 2-3-A)
(Refer to Fig. 2-5)
1. Remove the Locker Spring.
2. Unlock the 4 supports 1 and then remove the Cassette 1. Unlock the support 1.
Side L/R. 2. Remove the BOT Cover.
3. Unlock the support 2 and then remove the Locker R. 3. Extend the support 2.
4. Remove the Link Lever.
Locker Spring
5. Remove the Flap Lever.

1
Cassette Holder
1

1 BOT Cover
Locker R
1 2
1

Cassette Side R Link Lever


Cassette Side L
Flap Lever

Fig. 2-3-A Fig. 2-5

B2-1

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DISASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS
2-6: LOADING MOTOR/WORM (Refer to Fig. 2-6-A) 2-7: TENSION ASS’Y (Refer to Fig. 2-7-B)
1. Remove the screw 1. 1. Turn the Pinch Roller Cam clockwise so that the Tension
2. Remove the Loading Motor. Holder hook is set to the position of Fig. 2-7-A to move
3. Remove the Worm. the Tension Arm Ass’y.
2. Remove the Tension Spring.
3. Unlock the 2 supports 1 and remove the Tension Band.
4. Unlock the support 2 and remove the Tension Arm Ass’y.
Loading Motor
5. Unlock the support 3 and remove the Tension Connect.
6. Float the hook 4 and turn it clockwise then remove the
Tension Holder.
Worm
Tension Arm Ass’y
Main Chassis

• Screw Torque: 3 ± 0.5kgf•cm 1 Fig. 2-7-A


Fig. 2-6-A

NOTE 1
1. In case of the Worm installation, check if the value of
the Fig. 2-6-B is correct. Tension Connect 1 Tension Band
2. In case of the Loading Motor installation, hook the wire 3
on the Cassette Opener as shown Fig. 2-6-C.
3. When installing the wires between Capstan DD Unit
Tension Spring
and Loading Motor, connect them correctly as shown Tension Arm Ass’y
Fig. 2-6-D. Tension Holder
2
4
19.2 ± 0.1mm

Fig. 2-7-B
Safety surface for pressing
of the insert. Fig. 2-6-B
NOTE
1. In case of the Tension Band installation, note the
direction of the installation. (Refer to Fig. 2-7-C)
2. In case of the Tension Band installation, install correctly
as Fig. 2-7-D.
Loading Motor 3. In case of the Tension Connect installation, install as
the circled section of Fig. 2-7-E.

Cassette Opener

Tension Band
Tension Connect
Fig. 2-6-C

Pink
Fig. 2-7-C
Loading Motor Capstan DD Unit
- L2

+ L1

White
Fig. 2-6-D

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DISASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS
NOTE
[OK] Tension Connect
1. Take care not to damage the gears of the S Reel and T
Tension Band
Reel.
2. The Polyslider Washer may be remained on the back of
[NG] Tension Connect the reel.
Tension Band 3. Take care not to damage the shaft.
4. Do not touch the section “A” of S Reel and T Reel. (Use
gloves.) (Refer to Fig. 2-9-A) Do not adhere the stains
Fig. 2-7-D on it.
5. When you install the reel, clean the shaft and grease it.
(If you do not grease, noise may be heard in FF/REW
Tension Connect mode.)
6. After installing the reel, adjust the height of the reel.
(Refer to MECHANICAL ADJUSTMENT)

Main Chassis
Fig. 2-7-E Idler Gear
Idler Arm Ass’y

(B)
2-8: T BRAKE ARM/T BRAKE BAND (Refer to Fig. 2-8-A) S Reel

1. Remove the T Brake Spring.


2. Turn the T Brake Arm clockwise and bend the hook (A) T Reel

section to remove it.


3. Unlock the 2 supports 1 and remove the T Brake Band. 1
(A)

T Brake Band
1

Hook section

T Brake Arm
1

1 T Brake Spring
Fig. 2-9-A

NOTE
1. In case of the S Reel and T Reel installation, check if
the correct parts are installed. (Refer to Fig. 2-9-B)
2. In case of the Idler Arm Ass’y installation, install cor-
Fig. 2-8-A rectly as Fig. 2-9-C. And also set it so that the section
“B” of Fig. 2-9-A is placed under the Main Chassis tab.
NOTE
1. In case of the T Brake Band installation, install correctly
as Fig. 2-8-B.

[OK] T Brake Arm

T Brake Band Big Hole Small Hole


(S Reel) (T Reel) Fig. 2-9-B
T Brake Arm
[NG]
T Brake Band

[OK]
Clutch Gear
Fig. 2-8-B Idler Arm Ass’y

2-9: S REEL/T REEL/IDLER ARM ASS’Y/IDLER GEAR [NG]


(Refer to Fig. 2-9-A) Idler Arm Ass’y

1. Remove the S Reel and T Reel. Clutch Gear


2. Remove the 2 Polyslider Washers 1. Fig. 2-9-C
3. Remove the Idler Arm Ass’y and Idler Gear.

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DISASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS
2-10: CASSETTE OPENER/PINCH ROLLER BLOCK/P5
ARM ASS’Y (Refer to Fig. 2-10-A)
1. Unlock the support 1 and remove the Cassette Opener.
2. Remove the Pinch Roller Block and P5 Arm Ass’y.

Cassette Opener
1

Spring Position
Fig. 2-11-B
Pinch Roller Block

2-12: FE HEAD (RECORDER ONLY) (Refer to Fig. 2-12)


P5 Arm Ass’y
1. Remove the screw 1.
Main Chassis
2. Remove the FE Head.

Fig. 2-10-A FE Head

NOTE
1. Do not touch the Pinch Roller. (Use gloves.)
2. In case of the Pinch Roller Block and the Pinch Roller
Cam installation, install correctly as Fig. 2-10-B.

Pinch Roller Block Can be seen the hole of


the Pinch Roller Cam.

P5 Arm Ass’y • Screw Torque: 5 ± 0.5kgf•cm


• The FE Head is not installed on the Video Cassette Player. Fig. 2-12

2-13: CYLINDER UNIT ASS'Y (Refer to Fig. 2-13)


Can be seen the hole of the
Main Cam. Fig. 2-10-B 1. Disconnect the following connector:
(CD2001)
2. Remove the 3 screws 1.
2-11: A/C HEAD (Refer to Fig. 2-11-A)
3. Remove the Cylinder Unit Ass'y.
1. Remove the screw 1.
2. Remove the A/C Head Base. NOTE
3. Remove the 3 screws 2. 1. When you install the Cylinder Unit Ass'y, tighten the
4. Remove the A/C Head and A/C Head Spring. screws from (1) to (3) in order while pulling the Ass'y
NOTE toward the left front direction.

1. Do not touch the A/C Head. (Use gloves.)


2. When you install the A/C Head Spring, install as shown in
Fig. 2-11-B.
3. When you install the A/C Head, tighten the screw (1) first, Cylinder Unit Ass'y
then tighten the screw (2), finally tighten the screw (3).

(1) (3)

2 2
2
(2)
A/C Head

A/C Head Spring (3)


(2) 1
1 (1) 1
1
A/C Head Base • Screw Torque: 3 ± 0.5kgf•cm
Fig. 2-13
• Screw Torque: 5 ± 0.5kgf•cm (Screw 1)
Fig. 2-11-A

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DISASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS
2-14: CAPSTAN DD UNIT (Refer to Fig. 2-14-A) 2-15: MAIN CAM/PINCH ROLLER CAM/JOINT GEAR
1. Remove the Capstan Belt. (Refer to Fig. 2-15-A)
2. Remove the 3 screws 1. 1. Remove the E-Ring 1, then remove the Main Cam.
3. Remove the Capstan DD Unit. 2. Remove the E-Ring 2, then remove the Pinch Roller
Cam and Joint Gear.

Capstan Belt Main Cam

Capstan DD Unit 2

Pinch Roller Cam

Joint Gear

Fig. 2-15-A

NOTE
1
1 1 1. In case of the Pinch Roller Cam and Main Cam installa-
• Screw Torque: 4 ± 0.5kgf•cm tion, install them as the circled section of Fig. 2-15-B so
Fig. 2-14-A that the each markers are met. (Refer to Fig. 2-15-B)
And also can be seen the Main Chassis hole through
NOTE
the Main Cam maker hole.
1. In case of the Capstan DD Unit installation, apply the
silicon bond (TSE3843-W) on the position Fig. 2-14-B
correctly. (If no silicon bond applied, abnormal noise
Pinch Roller Cam
will be heard on the deck operation.)
(Refer to Fig. 2-14-B, C)
Marker

Applied position of
silicon bond

Main Cam

Be careful not to apply the silicon


bond to the Pinch Roller.

Fig. 2-15-B

2-16: LOADING GEAR S/T UNIT (Refer to Fig. 2-16-A)


1. Remove the E-Ring 1 and remove the Main Loading
Gear.
Fig. 2-14-B 2. Remove the Main Rod, Tension Lever, Loading Arm S
Unit and Loading Arm T Unit.

1
Main Loading Gear
Silicon Bond
Main Rod
Main Chassis

Loading Arm T Unit


Tension Lever

Capstan DD Unit
Fig. 2-14-C Loading Arm S Unit

Fig. 2-16-A

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DISASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS
NOTE 2-18: CASSETTE GUIDE POST/INCLINED BASE S/T
1. When you install the Loading Arm S Unit, Loading Arm UNIT/P4 CAP/LED REFLECTOR
T Unit and Main Loading Gear, align each marker. (Refer to Fig. 2-18-A)
(Refer to Fig. 2-16-B) 1. Remove the P4 Cap.
2. Unlock the support 1 and remove the Cassette Guide
Marker Post.
3. Remove the Inclined Base S/T Unit.
Main Loading Gear 4. Remove the screw 2.
5. Remove the LED Reflector.
Marker

Cassette Guide Post


1

Inclined Base S Unit


Inclined Base T Unit

Loading Arm T Unit Loading Arm S Unit


P4 Cap
Fig. 2-16-B

2-17: CLUTCH ASS’Y/RING SPRING/CLUTCH LEVER/


CLUTCH GEAR (Refer to Fig. 2-17-A)
1. Remove the Polyslider Washer 1.
2. Remove the Clutch Ass’y and Ring Spring.
3. Remove the Clutch Lever.
4. Remove the Coupling Gear, Coupling Spring and
Clutch Gear. LED Reflector

1
• Screw Torque: 5 ± 0.5kgf•cm 2 Fig. 2-18-A
Clutch Ass’y
NOTE
Ring Spring
1. Do not touch the roller of Guide Roller.
2. In case of the P4 Cap installation, install it with parallel
Coupling Gear
Clutch Lever for “A” and “B” of Fig. 2-18-B.
Coupling Spring 3. In case of the Cassette Guide Post installation, install
correctly as the circled section of Fig. 2-18-C.
Clutch Gear

“A” “B”

P4 Cap Cassette Opener


Fig. 2-17-A

NOTE
1. In case of the Clutch Ass’y installation, install it with Fig. 2-18-B
inserting the spring of the Clutch Ass’y into the dent of
the Coupling Gear. (Refer to Fig. 2-17-B) [OK]
Cassette Guide Post

Clutch Ass’y

[NG]
Cassette Guide Post

Coupling Gear

Fig. 2-17-B Fig. 2-18-C

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DISASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS
3. 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
Take care not to damage the Rubber Cap.
voltage that is very dangerous. When removing the
Anode Cap, make sure to discharge the Anode Cap's
potential voltage. INSTALLATION
* Do not use pliers to loosen or tighten the Anode Cap
1. Clean the spot where the cap was located with a small
terminal, this may cause the spring to be damaged.
amount of alcohol. (Refer to Fig. 3-3.)
REMOVAL
NOTE
1. Follow the steps as follows to discharge the Anode Cap. Confirm that there is no dirt, dust, etc. at the spot where
(Refer to Fig. 3-1.) the cap was located.
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, Location of Anode Cap
touch the support of the Anode with the tip of the
Screwdriver.
A cracking noise will be heard as the voltage is discharged.

GND on the CRT

Fig. 3-3

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. 3-4.)

Screwdriver CRT
Support
Alligator Clip

GND on the CRT Fig. 3-4


Fig. 3-1

2. Flip up the sides of the Rubber Cap in the direction of 4. Insert one end of the Anode Support into the anode
the arrow and remove one side of the support. button, then the other as shown in Fig. 3-5.
(Refer to Fig. 3-2.)

Rubber Cap

Support
CRT
CRT Fig. 3-5
Support
Fig. 3-2
5. Confirm that the Support is securely connected.
6. Put on the Rubber Cap without moving any parts.

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DISASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS
4. REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION OF 3. When IC starts moving back and forth easily after
desoldering completely, pickup the corner of the IC using
FLAT PACKAGE IC a tweezers and remove the IC by moving with the IC
desoldering machine. (Refer to Fig. 4-3.)
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
(Refer to Fig. 4-1.) leads or solder lands under the IC when removing it.
NOTE
Masking is carried out on all the parts located within Blower type IC
10 mm distance from IC leads. desoldering
machine

Masking Tape IC
(Cotton Tape)

Tweezers

Fig. 4-1
IC
Fig. 4-3
2. Heat the IC leads using a blower type IC desoldering
machine. (Refer to Fig. 4-2.)
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. 4-4.)
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. 4-4
Fig. 4-2

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

Soldering Iron

Fig. 4-8

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


Solder temporarily Solder temporarily
IC using a magnifying glass.
Confirm that no abnormality is found on the soldering
Fig. 4-5 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. 4-6.)
repairing, do not repair the bending of leads. If the
bending of leads are repaired, the pattern may be
damaged. So, be always sure to replace the IC in this
case.

Solder Soldering Iron

IC Supply soldering
from upper position
to lower position

Fig. 4-6

3. Absorb the solder left on the lead using the Braided


Shield Wire. (Refer to Fig. 4-7.)
NOTE
Do not absorb the solder to excess.

Soldering Iron
IC

Braided Shield Wire

Fig. 4-7

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KEY TO ABBREVIATIONS
A A/C : Audio/Control H.SW : Head Switch
ACC : Automatic Color Control Hz : Hertz
AE : Audio Erase I IC : Integrated Circuit
AFC : Automatic Frequency Control IF : Intermediate Frequency
AFT : Automatic Fine Tuning IND : Indicator
AFT DET : Automatic Fine Tuning Detect INV : Inverter
AGC : Automatic Gain Control K KIL : Killer
AMP : Amplifier L L : Left
ANT : Antenna LED : Light Emitting Diode
A.PB : Audio Playback LIMIT AMP : Limiter Amplifier
APC : Automatic Phase Control LM, LDM : Loading Motor
ASS'Y : Assembly LP : Long Play
AT : All Time L.P.F : Low Pass Filter
AUTO : Automatic LUMI. : Luminance
A/V : Audio/Video M M : Motor
B BGP : Burst Gate Pulse MAX : Maximum
BOT : Beginning of Tape MINI : Minimum
BPF : Bandpass Filter MIX : Mixer, mixing
BRAKE SOL : Brake Solenoid MM : Monostable Multivibrator
BUFF : Buffer MOD : Modulator, Modulation
B/W : Black and White MPX : Multiplexer, Multiplex
C C : Capacitance, Collector MS SW : Mecha State Switch
CASE : Cassette N NC : Non Connection
CAP : Capstan NR : Noise Reduction
CARR : Carrier O OSC : Oscillator
CH : Channel OPE : Operation
CLK : Clock P PB : Playback
CLOCK (SY-SE) : Clock (Syscon to Servo) PB CTL : Playback Control
COMB : Combination, Comb Filter PB-C : Playback-Chrominance
CONV : Converter PB-Y : Playback-Luminance
CPM : Capstan Motor PCB : Printed Circuit Board
CTL : Control P. CON : Power Control
CYL : Cylinder PD : Phase Detector
CYL-M : Cylinder-Motor PG : Pulse Generator
CYL SENS : Cylinder-Sensor P-P : Peak-to Peak
D DATA (SY-CE) : Data (Syscon to Servo) R R : Right
dB : Decibel REC : Recording
DC : Direct Current REC-C : Recording-Chrominance
DD Unit : Direct Drive Motor Unit REC-Y : Recording-Luminance
DEMOD : Demodulator REEL BRK : Reel Brake
DET : Detector REEL S : Reel Sensor
DEV : Deviation REF : Reference
E E : Emitter REG : Regulated, Regulator
EF : Emitter Follower REW : Rewind
EMPH : Emphasis REV, RVS : Reverse
ENC : Encoder RF : Radio Frequency
ENV : Envelope RMC : Remote Control
EOT : End of Tape RY : Relay
EQ : Equalizer S S. CLK : Serial Clock
EXT : External S. COM : Sensor Common
F F : Fuse S. DATA : Serial Data
FBC : Feed Back Clamp SEG : Segment
FE : Full Erase SEL : Select, Selector
FF : Fast Forward, Flip-flop SENS : Sensor
FG : Frequency Generator SER : Search Mode
FL SW : Front Loading Switch SI : Serial Input
FM : Frequency Modulation SIF : Sound Intermediate Frequency
FSC : Frequency Sub Carrier SO : Serial Output
FWD : Forward SOL : Solenoid
G GEN : Generator SP : Standard Play
GND : Ground STB : Serial Strobe
H H.P.F : High Pass Filter SW : Switch

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KEY TO ABBREVIATIONS
S SYNC : Synchronization
SYNC SEP : Sync Separator, Separation
T TR : Transistor
TRAC : Tracking
TRICK PB : Trick Playback
TP : Test Point
U UNREG : Unregulated
V V : Volt
VCO : Voltage Controlled Oscillator
VIF : Video Intermediate Frequency
VP : Vertical Pulse, Voltage Display
V.PB : Video Playback
VR : Variable Resistor
V.REC : Video Recording
VSF : Visual Search Fast Forward
VSR : Visual Search Rewind
VSS : Voltage Super Source
V-SYNC : Vertical-Synchronization
VT : Voltage Tuning
X X'TAL : Crystal
Y Y/C : Luminance/Chrominance

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SERVICE MODE LIST
This unit provided with the following SERVICE MODES so you can repair, examine and adjust easily.

To enter SERVICE MODE, Unplug AC cord till lost actual clock time. Then press and hold Vol (-) button of main unit and
remocon key for more than 2 seconds.

The both pressing of set key and remote control key will not be possible if clock has been set. To reset clock, either unplug
AC cord and allow at least 30 minutes before Power On or alternatively, discharge backup capacitor.

Set Key Remocon Key Operations

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 clock
setting, the channel setting, the POWER ON total hours, and PLAY/REC
total hours.

Horizontal position adjustment of OSD.


VOL. (-) MIN 2 NOTE: Also can be adjusted by using the Adjustment MENU.
Refer to the "ELECTRICAL ADJUSTMENT" (OSD HORIZONTAL).

Adjust the PG SHIFTER automatically.


VOL. (-) MIN 3
Refer to the "ELECTRICAL ADJUSTMENT" (PG SHIFTER).

Adjust the PG SHIFTER manually.


VOL. (-) MIN 4
Refer to the "ELECTRICAL ADJUSTMENT" (PG SHIFTER).

Adjusting of the Tracking to the center position.


VOL. (-) MIN 5 NOTE: Also can be adjusted by pressing the ATR button for more than 2 seconds
during PLAY.

POWER ON total hours and PLAY/REC total hours are displayed on the screen.
Refer to the "PREVENTIVE CHECKS AND SERVICE INTERVALS" (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".

VOL. (-) MIN 7 Releasing of PROTECTION PASSWORD.

Writing of EEPROM initial data.


VOL. (-) MIN 8
NOTE: Do not use this for the normal servicing.

Display of the Adjustment MENU on the screen.


VOL. (-) MIN 9
Refer to the "ELECTRICAL ADJUSTMENT" (On-Screen Display Adjustment).

Method Operations

Press the ATR button on the Adjusting of the Tracking to the center position.
remote control for more than Refer to the "MECHANICAL ADJUSTMENT" (GUIDE ROLLER) and "ELECTRICAL
2 seconds during PLAY. ADJUSTMENT" (PG SHIFTER).

Make the short circuit between The BOT, EOT, and the Reel Sensor do not work and the deck can be operated
the test point of SERVICE and without a cassette tape.
the GND. Refer to the "PREPARATION FOR SERVICING"

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PREVENTIVE CHECKS AND SERVICE INTERVALS
The following standard table depends on environmental conditions and usage.
Parts replacing time does not mean the life span for individual parts.
Also, long term storage or misuse may cause transformation and aging of rubber parts.
The following list means standard hours, so the checking hours depends on the conditions.

Time 500 1,000 1,500 2,000 2,500 Notes


Parts Name hours hours hours hours hours
Audio Control Head
Clean those parts in
Full Erase Head contact with the tape.
(Recorder only)
Capstan Belt Clean the rubber, and parts
Pinch Roller which the rubber touches.

Capstan DD Unit
Loading Motor
Tension Band
T Brake Band
Clutch Ass'y
Idler Arm Ass'y
Capstan Shaft
Tape Running Replace when rolling
Guide Post becomes abnormal.
Cylinder Unit Clean the Head

: Clean
: Check it and if necessary, replace it.

CONFIRMATION OF HOURS USED


POWER ON total hours and PLAY/REC 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".
The confirmation of using hours will not be possible if clock has been set. To reset clock, either unplug
AC cord and allow at least 30 minutes before Power On or alternatively, discharge backup capacitor.
1. Set the VOLUME to minimum.
2. Press both VOL. DOWN button on the set and the Channel button (6) on the remote control for more than 2 seconds.
3. After the confirmation of using hours, turn off the power.

INIT 0B4 06 Initial setting content of MEMORY IC.

POWER ON 0010 POWER ON total hours.


PLAY/REC 0010 PLAY/REC total hours.

(16 x 16 x 16 x thousands digit value) + (16 x 16 x hundreds digit value) + (16 x tens digit value) + (ones digit value)

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PREVENTIVE CHECKS AND SERVICE INTERVALS
CLEANING
NOTE 2. TAPE RUNNING SYSTEM
After cleaning the heads with isopropyl alcohol, do not When cleaning the tape transport system, use the
run a tape until the heads dry completely. If the heads gauze moistened with isopropyl alcohol.
are not completely dry and alcohol gets on the tape, 3. CYLINDER
damage may occur.
Wrap a piece of chamois around your finger. Dip it in
1. AUDIO CONTROL HEAD isopropyl alcohol. Hold it to the cylinder head softly.
Clean the Audio Control Head with the cotton stick Turn the cylinder head counterclockwise to clean it (in
soaked by alcohol. Clean the full erase head in the the direction of the arrow). (Refer to the figure below.)
same manner. (Refer to the figure below.) NOTE
Do not exert force against the cylinder head. Do not move
the chamois upward or downward on the head.
Use the chamois one by one.

Audio Control Head


Cylinder Head

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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.
NOTE: Initial Data setting will not be possible if clock has been set. To reset clock, either unplug AC cord and allow
at least 30 minutes before Power On or alternatively, discharge backup capacitor.

INI +0 +1 +2 +3 +4 +5 +6 +7 +8 +9 +A +B +C +D +E +F
0B0 --- --- --- --- 06 66 B0 80 C0 4C 00 E7 C4 00 0A 21

0C0 04 4F 94 A2 D8 05 63 65 66 47 1F 3B 32 17 1D 1B

0D0 3A 0F 4B 20 44 63 64 65 64 EA 00 00 67 A0 5E 5E

0E0 00 40 A0 FA 5F 01 00 0A F3 60 99 B2 9A 97 8C B2

0F0 A0 C4 20 08 BF 10 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00

100 27 03 07 15 F3 00 23 42 20 11 F0 02 09 00 B2 10

110 00 07 04 00 40 20 E0 00 00 40 00 00 00 00 00 00

120 7C 78 74 70 6C 68 64 60 5C 58 54 50 4C 48 44 40

130 3C 39 36 33 31 2F 2D 2B 29 27 26 25 24 23 22 21

140 20 20 1F 1F 1E 1E 1D 1D 1C 1C 1B 1B 1A 1A 19 19

150 18 18 17 17 16 16 15 15 14 14 13 13 12 12 11 11

Table 1

1. Enter DATA SET mode by setting VOLUME to minimum.


2. While holding down VOLUME button on front cabinet, press key 6 on remote control for more than 2 seconds.
ADDRESS and DATA should appear as FIG 1.
ADDRESS DATA

INIT 0B4 06

POWER ON 0010
PLAY/REC 0010

Fig. 1
3. ADDRESS is now selected and should "blink". Using the PLAY or STOP button on the remote, step through the
ADDRESS until required ADDRESS to be changed is reached.
4. Press ENTER to select DATA. When DATA is selected, it will "blink".
5. Again, step through the DATA using PLAY or STOP button until required DATA value has been selected.
6. Pressing ENTER 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. While holding down VOLUME button on front cabinet, press key 1 on 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.

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SERVICING FIXTURES AND TOOLS
Alignment Tape Back tension cassette gauge Torque cassette gauge Taper nut driver
(KT-300NR)

ST-C6
ST-C7 70909103 70909199 70909228

VTR cleaning kit VTR lubrication kit Grease JG002B Adapter


JG002E Dial Torque Gauge
(10~90gf•cm)
JG002F (60~600gf•cm)

JG022 Master Plane JG024A Reel Disk Height JG153 X Value Adjustment JG154 Cable
Adjustment Jig Screwdriver

Tentelometer

Ref. No. Part No. Parts Name Remarks


JG002B APJG002B00 Adapter VSR Torque, Brake Torque (S Reel/T Reel Ass'y)
JG002E APJG002E00 Dial Torque Gauge (10~90gf•cm) Brake Torque (T Reel Ass'y)
JG002F APJG002F00 Dial Torque Gauge (60~600gf•cm) VSR Torque, Brake Torque (S Reel)
JG022 APJG022000 Master Plane Reel Disk Height Adjustment
JG024A APJG024A00 Reel Disk Height Adjustment Jig Reel Disk Height Adjustment
JG153 APJG153000 X Value Adjustment Screwdriver X Value Adjustment
JG154 APJG154000 Cable Used to connect the test point of SERVICE and GROUND

PREPARATION FOR SERVICING


How to use the Servicing Fixture
1. Unplug the connector CP302 then remove the Power PCB/Syscon PCB from the set.
Be sure to place the parts on a paper so that they have no short-circuit each other.
2. Short circuit between TP1001 and Ground with the cable JG154.
(The BOT, EOT, and the Reel Sensor do not work and the deck can be operated without a cassette tape.)
3. In case of using a cassette tape, press the STOP/EJECT button to insert or eject a cassette tape.
Turn on the power and re-check the cable before checking the trouble points.

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MECHANICAL ADJUSTMENTS
1. CONFIRMATION AND ADJUSTMENT 1-2: CONFIRMATION AND ADJUSTMENT OF TENSION
POST POSITION
Read the following NOTES before starting work.
1. Set to the PLAY mode.
• Place an object which weighs between 450g~500g on 2. Adjust the adjusting section for the Tension Arm
the Cassette Tape to keep it steady when you want to position so that the Tension Arm top is within the
make the tape run without the Cassette Holder. (Do not standard line of Main Chassis.
place an object which weighs over 500g.) 3. While turning the S Reel clockwise, confirm that the
1-1: CONFIRMATION AND ADJUSTMENT OF REEL edge of the Tension Arm is located in the position
DISK HEIGHT described above.
1. Turn on the power and set to the STOP mode. Standard line of Main Chassis
2. Set the master plane (JG022) and reel disk height
adjustment jig (JG024A) on the mechanism framework,
taking care not to scratch the drum, as shown in Fig. 1-
1-A.
Tension Arm
3. While turning the reel and confirm the following points.
Check if the surface "A" of reel disk is lower than the
surface "B" of reel disk height adjustment jig (JG024A)
and is higher than the surface "C". If it is not passed,
place the height adjustment washers and adjust to 0.5mm (Adjusting range)
10(+2, -0)mm. Fig. 1-2-A
4. Adjust the other reel in the same way.
Adjusting section for the
Tension Arm position
Master Plane (JG022)

Reel Disk Height Adjustment Jig Tension Band


(JG024A)

The Tension Arm top will The Tension Arm top will
move to the inside direction move to the outside direction
of the Main Chassis. of the Main Chassis.
Bend
Fig. 1-2-B

1-3: CONFIRMATION OF PLAYBACK TORQUE AND


Fig. 1-1-A BACK TENSION TORQUE DURING PLAYBACK
1. Load a video tape (E-180) recorded in standard speed
Reel Disk Height mode. Set the unit to the PLAY mode.
Adjustment Jig
Reel Disk
(JG024A)
2. Install the tentelometer as shown in Fig. 1-3. Confirm that
the meter indicates 20 ± 2gf in the beginning of playback.
Master Plane (JG022)
(B) • USING A CASSETTE TYPE TORQUE TAPE (KT-300NR)
1. After confirmation and adjustment of Tension Post
position (Refer to item 1-2), load the cassette type
torque tape (KT-300NR) and set to the PLAY mode.
10(+0.2, -0)mm 2. Confirm that the right meter of the torque tape indicates
(C)
50~90gf•cm during playback in SP mode.
3. Confirm that the left meter of the torque tape indicates
(A) 25~40gf•cm during playback in SP mode.
Height Adjustment
Washer Tentelometer
2.6x4.7xT0.13
2.6X4.7xT0.25 Fig. 1-1-B Video Tape

P1 Post Guide Roller


Fig. 1-3

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MECHANICAL ADJUSTMENTS
1-4: CONFIRMATION OF VSR TORQUE NOTE
1. Install the Torque Gauge (JG002F) and Adapter (JG002B) If the torque is out of the range, replace the following
on the S Reel. Set to the Picture Search (Rewind) mode. parts.
(Refer to Fig.1-4-B)
2. Then, confirm that it indicates 120~180gf•cm. Check item Replacement Part
NOTE 1-4 Idler Ass'y/Clutch Ass'y
1-5 S Reel side: S Reel/Tension Band/Tension
Install the Torque Gauge on the reel disk firmly. Press the
Connect/Tension Arm Ass'y
REW button to turn the reel disk.
T Reel side: T Reel/T Brake Band//T Brake
Spring/T Brake Arm
1-5: CONFIRMATION OF REEL BRAKE TORQUE
(S Reel Brake) (Refer to Fig. 1-4-B)
1. Once set to the Fast Forward mode then set to the Stop
2. CONFIRMATION AND ADJUSTMENT
mode. While, unplug the AC cord when the Pinch Roller OF TAPE RUNNING MECHANISM
Block is on the position of Fig. 1-4-A. Tape Running Mechanism is adjusted precisely at the
2. Move the Idler Ass'y from the S Reel. factory. Adjustment is not necessary as usual. When you
3. Install the Torque Gauge (JG002F) and Adapter replace the parts of the tape running mechanism because
(JG002B) on the S Reel. Turn the Torque Gauge of long term usage or failure, the confirmation and
(JG002F) clockwise. adjustment are necessary.
4. Then, confirm that it indicates 60~100gf•cm.
(T Reel Brake) (Refer to Fig. 1-4-B) 2-1: GUIDE ROLLER

1. Once set to the Fast Forward mode then set to the Stop 1. Playback the VHS Alignment Tape.
mode. While, unplug the AC cord when the Pinch Roller 2. Connect CH-1 of the oscilloscope to TP4002 (Envelope)
Block is on the position of Fig. 1-4-A. and CH-2 to TP4001 (SW Pulse).
2. Move the Idler Ass'y from the T Reel. 3. Press and hold the Tracking-Auto button on the remote
3. Install the Torque Gauge (JG002E) and Adapter control more than 2 seconds to set tracking to center.
(JG002B) on the T reel. Turn the Torque Gauge 4. Trigger with SW Pulse and observe the envelope. (Refer
(JG002E) counterclockwise. to Fig. 2-1-A)
4. Then, confirm that it indicates 30~50gf•cm. 5. When observing the envelope, adjust the Taper Nut
Driver slightly until the envelope will be flat.
The position at FF mode. Even if you press the Tracking Button, adjust so that
Pinch Roller Block flatness is not moved so much.
6. Adjust so that the A : B ratio is better than 3 : 2 as shown
Stop at this position.
in Fig. 2-1-B, even if you press the Tracking Button to
move the envelope (The envelope waveform will begin to
Cassette decrease when you press the Tracking Button).
Opener
The position at 7. Adjust the PG shifter during playback.
STOP mode.
(Refer to the ELECTRICAL ADJUSTMENTS)
Capstan DD Unit NOTE

Cassette Holder Ass'y


After adjustment, confirm and adjust A/C head.
(Refer to item 2-2)
Fig. 1-4-A

CH-1
Torque Gauge/Adapter Envelope
(JG002F/JG002B) (TP4002)

CH-1 CH-2
Track Track
Torque Gauge/Adapter
(JG002E/JG002B) CH-2
SW Pulse (TP4001)

Fig. 2-1-A

Entrance Exit

S Reel
Max A B Max

T Reel A:B≥3:2
Fig. 1-4-B Fig. 2-1-B

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MECHANICAL ADJUSTMENTS
2-2: CONFIRMATION AND ADJUSTMENT OF AUDIO/ 2-3: TAPE RUNNING ADJUSTMENT
CONTROL HEAD (X VALUE ADJUSTMENT)
When the Tape Running Mechanism does not work well, 1. Confirm and adjust the height of the Reel Disk.
adjust the following items. (Refer to item 1-1)
2. Confirm and adjust the position of the Tension Post.
1. Playback the VHS Alignment Tape.
(Refer to item 1-2)
2. Confirm that the reflected picture of stamp mark is
3. Adjust the Guide Roller. (Refer to item 2-1)
appeared on the tape prior to P4 Cap as shown in Fig. 2-
4. Confirm and adjust the Audio/Control Head.
2-A.
(Refer to item 2-2)
a) When the reflected picture is distorted, turn the screw
1 clockwise until the distortion is disappeared. 5. Connect CH-1 of the oscilloscope to TP4001, CH-2 to
TP4002 and CH-3 to HOT side of Audio Out Jack.
b) When the reflected picture is not distorted, turn the
screw 1 counterclockwise until little distortion is 6. Playback the VHS Alignment Tape.
appeared, then adjust the a). 7. Press and hold the Tracking-Auto button on the remote
control more than 2 seconds to set tracking to center.
3. Turn the screw 2 to set the audio level to maximum.
8. Set the X Value adjustment driver (JG153) to the 4 of
4. Confirm that the bottom of the Audio/ Control Head and
Fig. 2-2-B. Adjust X value so that the envelope waveform
the bottom of the tape is shown in Fig. 2-2-C.
output becomes maximum. Check if the relation between
c) When the height is not correct, turn the screw 3 to
Audio and Envelope waveform becomes (1) or (2) of Fig.
adjust the height. Then, adjust the 1~3 again.
2-3.
Audio/Control Head

Reflected picture of Envelope


Stamp Mark

P4 Cap
(1)
CH-3
Audio
(2)

Fig. 2-3

Stamp Mark
Fig. 2-2-A

Audio/Control Head

3 1

2
4

Fig. 2-2-B

Audio/Control Head

Tape

0.25±0.05mm

Fig. 2-2-C

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MECHANICAL ADJUSTMENTS
3. MECHANISM ADJUSTMENT PARTS LOCATION GUIDE

6
3

2
7

10 9 8

1. Tension Connect 6. P4 Post


2. Tension Arm 7. T Brake Spring
3. Guide Roller 8. T Reel
4. Audio/Control Head 9. S Reel
5. X value adjustment driver hole 10. Adjusting section for the Tension Arm position

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ELECTRICAL ADJUSTMENTS
1. ADJUSTMENT PROCEDURE 2. BASIC ADJUSTMENTS
Read and perform these adjustments when repairing the (VCR SECTION)
circuits or replacing electrical parts or PCB assemblies.
2-1: PG SHIFTER
CAUTION
1. Playback the alignment tape.
• Use an isolation transformer when performing any 2. Press and hold the Tracking-Auto button on the remote
service on this chassis. control more than 2 seconds to set tracking to center.
• Before removing the anode cap, discharge electricity 3. Press the VOL. DOWN button on the set and the
because it contains high voltage. channel button (3) on the remote control simultaneously
• When removing a PCB or related component, after until the indicator REC disappears. If the indicator REC
unfastening or changing a wire, be sure to put the wire disappears, adjustment is completed.
back in its original position.
• When you exchange IC and Transistor for a heat sink, (If the above adjustments doesn't work well:)
apply the silicon grease (YG6260M) on the contact 4. Connect CH-1 on the oscilloscope to TP4001 and CH-2
section of the heat sink. Before applying new silicon to TP4201.
grease, remove all the old silicon grease. (Old grease 5. Press the VOL. DOWN button on the set and the
may cause damages to the IC and Transistor.) channel button (3) on the remote control simultaneously
Prepare the following measurement tools for electrical until the indicator REC disappears.
adjustments. 6. When the REC indicator is blinking, press both VOL.
DOWN button on the set and the channel button (4) on
1. Oscilloscope the remote control simultaneously and adjust the
2. Digital Voltmeter Tracking +/- button until the arising to the down of Head
3. Pattern Generator Switching Pulse becomes 6.5 ± 0.5H.
On-Screen Display Adjustment (Refer to Fig. 2-1-A, B)
7. Stop the alignment tape.
1. Unplug the AC plug for more than 30 minutes to set the
clock to the non-setting state. (To release the Back-Up
immediately, take the short circuit between C1003 and
GND at the Power Off.) Then, set the volume level to CH-2

minimum.
2. Press the VOL. DOWN button on the set and the
channel button (9) on the remote control for more than
6.5H
2 seconds to display adjustment mode on the screen as
shown in Fig. 1-1. CH-1

Fig. 2-1-A

( PAL)
TV
CH-2

01 RF AGC 15 CH-1

Fig. 1-1 6.5H

3. Use the Channel UP/DOWN button or Channel button Fig. 2-1-B


(0-9) on the remote control to select the options shown
in Fig. 1-2. 2-2: VCO
4. Press the MENU button on the remote control to end 1. Place the set with Aging Test for more than 10 minutes.
the adjustments. 2. Connect the oscillator (39.5MHz) to TP601.
3. Activate the adjustment mode display of Fig. 1-1 and
NO. FUNCTION NO. FUNCTION
00 CUT OFF 20 CONTRAST CENT press the channel button (13) on the remote control to
01 RF AGC 21 CONTRAST MAX select "VCO COARSE".
02 AGC GAIN 22 CONTRAST MIN
03 R DRIVE 23 COLOR CENT 4. Press the VOL. UP/DOWN button on the remote control
04 R CUTOFF 24 COLOR MAX until the "OK" appear on the screen. If the "OK" is not
05 G DRIVE 25 COLOR MIN
06 G CUTOFF 26 TINT displayed, select the "-" side on the changed from "+" to
07 B DRIVE 27 SHARP "-".
08 H POSI 28 M R CUT OFF
09 V POSI 29 M G CUT OFF 5. Press the CH UP button once to set to "VCO FINE"
10 --- 30 M B CUT OFF mode.
11 V SIZE 31 H POS OSD
12 --- 32 --- 6. Press the VOL. UP/DOWN button on the remote control
13 VCO COARSE 33 --- to select the 5 step down point from the upper limit on
14 VCO FINE 34 ---
15 VCO COARSE L1 35 CVBS OUT the "OK".
16 VCO FINE L1 36 APR THRESHOLD (Example: In case of the "OK" point 30~41, select 36.)
17 BRIGHT CENT 37 BELL FILTER
18 BRIGHT MAX 38 BANDPASS
19 BRIGHT MIN
Fig. 1-2
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ELECTRICAL ADJUSTMENTS
2-3: RF AGC 2-8: VERTICAL SIZE
1. Place the set with Aging Test for more than 15 minutes. NOTE: Adjust after performing adjustments in section 2-7.
2. Receive the UHF (63dB).
1. Receive the monoscope pattern from the Pattern
3. Connect the digital voltmeter between the pin 5 of
Generator.
CP603 and the pin 1 (GND) of CP603.
2. Using the remote control, set the brightness and
4. Activate the adjustment mode display of Fig. 1-1 and
contrast to normal position.
press the channel button (01) on the remote control to
3. Activate the adjustment mode display of Fig. 1-1 and
select "RF AGC".
press the channel button (11) on the remote control to
5. Press the VOL. UP/DOWN button on the remote control
select "V SIZE (50)".
until the digital voltmeter is 2.4 ± 0.1V.
4. Adjust by using the VOL. UP/DOWN button on the
remote control so that the Up/Down OVER SCAN
(TV SECTION) Quantity becomes equal to the Right/Left OVER SCAN
2-4: CONSTANT VOLTAGE Quantity.
5. Receive a broadcast and check if the picture is normal.
1. Connect the digital voltmeter to TP501. 6. Receive the monoscope pattern of NTSC. (Audio Video
2. Set condition is AV MODE without signal. Input)
3. Using the remote control, set the brightness and 7. Press the AV button on the remote control to set to the
contrast to normal position. AV mode. Then perform the above adjustments 2~4.
4. Adjust the VR502 until the digital voltmeter is 135 ± 1V.
2-9: VERTICAL LINEARITY
2-5: FOCUS
NOTE: Adjust after performing adjustments in section 2-8.
1. Receive a broadcast. After the adjustment of Vertical Linearity, reconfirm
2. Turn the Focus Volume fully counterclockwise once. the Vertical Position and Vertical Size adjustments.
3. Adjust the Focus Volume until picture is distinct.
1. Receive the monoscope pattern from the Pattern
2-6: HORIZONTAL POSITION Generator.
2. Using the remote control, set the brightness and
1. Receive the monoscope pattern from the Pattern contrast to normal position.
Generator. 3. Adjust the VR401 until the SHIFT quantity of the OVER
2. Using the remote control, set the brightness and SCAN on upside and downside becomes minimum.
contrast to normal position.
3. Activate the adjustment mode display of Fig. 1-1 and 2-10: OSD HORIZONTAL
press the channel button (08) on the remote control to
select "H POSI (50)". 1. Using the remote control, set the brightness and
4. Press the VOL. UP/DOWN button on the remote control contrast to normal position.
until the SHIFT quantity of the OVER SCAN on right 2. Activate the adjustment mode display of Fig. 1-1 and
and left becomes minimum. press the channel button (31) on the remote control to
5. Receive the monoscope pattern of NTSC. (Audio Video select "H POS OSD".
Input) 3. Press the VOL. UP/DOWN button on the remote control
6. Press the AV button on the remote control to set to the until the difference of A and B becomes minimum.
AV mode. Then perform the above adjustments 2~4. (Refer to Fig. 2-2)

2-7: VERTICAL POSITION


( PAL)
NOTE: Adjust after performing adjustments in section 2-6. TV
1. Receive the monoscope pattern from the Pattern
Generator.
2. Using the remote control, set the brightness and
contrast to normal position.
3. Activate the adjustment mode display of Fig. 1-1 and 31 H POS OSD 35
press the channel button (09) on the remote control to
select "V POSI (50)".
4. Check if the step No. V. POSI (50) is "05". A B Fig. 2-2
5. Adjust the VR402 until the horizontal line becomes fit to
the notch of the shadow mask. 2-11: CUT OFF
6. Receive the monoscope pattern of NTSC. (Audio Video
Input) 1. Set condition is AV MODE without signal.
7. Activate the adjustment mode display of Fig. 1-1 and 2. Using the remote control, set the brightness and
press the channel button (09) on the remote control to contrast to normal position.
select "V POSI (60)". 3. Place the set with Aging Test for more than 15 minutes.
8. Check if the step No. V. POSI (60) is "15". 4. Activate the adjustment mode display of Fig. 1-1 and
press the channel button (00) on the remote control to
select "CUT OFF".
5. Adjust the Screen Volume until a dim raster is obtained.

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ELECTRICAL ADJUSTMENTS
2-12: WHITE BALANCE 2-16: COLOR CENT
NOTE: Adjust after performing CUT OFF adjustment. 1. Receive the PAL color bar pattern. (RF Input)
1. Place the set with Aging Test for more than 15 minutes. 2. Using the remote control, set the brightness, contrast
and color to normal position.
2. Receive the gray scale pattern from the Pattern
Generator. 3. Connect the oscilloscope to TP803.
3. Using the remote control, set the brightness and 4. Activate the adjustment mode display of Fig. 1-1 and
press the channel button (23) on the remote control to
contrast to normal position.
select "COLOR CENT".
4. Activate the adjustment mode display of Fig. 1-1 and
press the channel button (03) on the remote control to 5. Adjust the VOLTS RANGE VARIABLE knob of the
oscilloscope until the range between white 100% and
select "R DRIVE".
0% is set to 4 scales on the screen of the oscilloscope.
5. Press the CH. UP/DOWN button on the remote control
to select the "R DRIVE", "G DRIVE", "M R CUTOFF" or 6. Press the VOL. UP/DOWN button on the remote control
until the red color level is adjusted to 80 ± 5% of the
"M G CUTOFF".
white level. (Refer to Fig. 2-3)
6. Adjust the VOL. UP/DOWN button on the remote control
to whiten the R DRIVE, G DRIVE, M R CUT OFF, and M 7. Receive the PAL color bar pattern. (Audio Video Input)
G CUT OFF at each step tone sections equally. 8. Press the AV button on the remote control to set to the
AV mode. Then perform the above adjustments 2~6.
7. Perform the above adjustments 5 and 6 until the white
color is looked like a white.

2-13: BRIGHT CENT


1. Receive the PAL black pattern*. (RF Input)
2. Using the remote control, set the brightness and
contrast to normal position.
3. Activate the adjustment mode display of Fig. 1-1 and
80%
press the channel button (17) on the remote control to 100%
select "BRIGHT CENT".
4. Press the VOL. UP/DOWN button on the remote control
until the screen begin to shine.
5. Receive the PAL black pattern*. (Audio Video Input)
6 Press the AV button on the remote control to set to the Fig. 2-3
AV mode. Then perform the above adjustments 2~4.
*The Black Pattern means the whole black raster signal. 2-17: Confirmation of Fixed Value (Step No.)
Select the "RASTER" of the pattern generator, set to Please check if the fixed values of the each adjustment
the OFF position for each R, G and B. items are set correctly referring below.
2-14: CONTRAST CENT NO. FUNCTION RF (50Hz)
02 AGC GAIN 00
1. Activate the adjustment mode display of Fig. 1-1 and 04 R CUTOFF 31
press the channel button (20) on the remote control to 06 G CUTOFF 31
select "CONTRAST CENT". 07 B DRIVE 31
2. Press the VOL. UP/DOWN button on the remote control 15 VCO COARSE L1 00
until the contrast step No. becomes "28". 16 VCO FINE L1 00
3. Receive a broadcast and check if the picture is normal. 18 BRIGHT MAX 55
4. Press the AV button on the remote control to set to the 19 BRIGHT MIN 20
AV mode. Then perform the above adjustments 1~3. 21 CONTRAST MAX 40
22 CONTRAST MIN 10
2-15: SUB SHARPNESS 24 COLOR MAX 60
1. Activate the adjustment mode display of Fig. 1-1 and 25 COLOR MIN 10
press the channel button (27) on the remote control to 30 M B CUT OFF 50
select "SHARPNESS". 35 CVBS OUT 10
2. Press the VOL. UP/DOWN button on the remote control 36 APR THRESHOLD 15
until the contrast step No. becomes "03". 37 BELL FILTER 00
3. Press the AV button on the remote control to set to the 38 BANDPASS 00
AV mode. Then perform the above adjustments 1~2.

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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
CRT for the position. (Refer to Fig. 3-1) 3-4: DYNAMIC CONVERGENCE
If the deflection yoke and magnet are in one body,
NOTE
untighten the screw for the body.
2. Receive the green raster pattern from the color bar Adjust after performing adjustments in section 3-3.
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.
6. Combine red and blue of the 3 color crosshatch RGB RGB
pattern on the center of the screen by adjusting the pair
of 4 pole magnets.
7. Combine red/blue (magenta) and green by adjusting the R
pair of 6 pole magnets. G
8. Adjust the crosshatch pattern to change to white by B
R
repeating steps 6 and 7. G
B
3-2: PURITY
UPWARD/DOWNWARD SLANT RIGHT/LEFT SLANT
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 WEDGE WEDGE
ends 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 WEDGE
the screen, then tighten the fixing screw.
DEFLECTION YOKE WEDGE POSITION
DEFLECTION YOKE SCREW Fig. 3-2-b
MAGNET SCREW

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

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

CD852

CD
CR 8
T 01
TP803
R803 CRT PCB
CP806
CP801 J801

CP853B CP852B

CRT
CP603

J4201
TP4201
VR402 VR401

FB401
TP601

CP401B
CP853A

CP402
TU601
CD401
CD853
CP851B

CD851

C
P4
00
5 CP852A
05 POWER PCB
40
D
C

CP401A
CD302
A/C HEAD CP302 SPEAKER
CP502

TP4001 L502
L503
T501
TP4002 CRT D510_1

L501 TP501

CP851A
VR502
CP501

CD502

TP1001
SW501

C1003
CD501

SYSCON PCB POWER SW PCB

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TV BLOCK DIAGRAM

21_B
Y/C_V 21_G Y/C/AUDIO/
HEAD AMP/
Q602 21_R 21PIN/IN/OUT
TUNER_V BUFFER 21_Y

TUNER_A Q403
Y/C/AUDIO/ SWITCHING H_CTL
HEAD AMP/ Y/C_A CF605
21PIN/IN/OUT S-TRAP
MICON
V-DRIVE IC IC401 TDA8174A Q611
Q608 SW PROTECT
BUFFER
3 4 11 1 10 2
JACK_V Q405 Q406 DY
TU601 CF601 H-DRIVE H.OUTPUT
Q607
CHROMA/IF IC
11 PRE AMP 1 5 4 IC601 STV2246E Q804
13 44 18 22 47 25 26 27 28
1 R. OUT 32
RED AMP
B_EXT/U_EXT Q805

R_EXT/V_EXT
Y/C/VBS_IN3

G_EXT/Y_EXT
INT_CVBS_OUT

BLK_EXT
VERT
CVBSOUT2

CVBSIN1

4 6 GREEN AMP J801


PIFIN1 G. OUT 31
5 7
7 PIFIN2 B. OUT 30 Q806
9
OSD_KB 37 BLUE AMP
3 V801
8 RF_AGC_OUT CRT
OSD_B 34 FB401 8

OSD_G 35 3 1 F
7 S
OSD_R 36
10 F

55 AUDIO_OUT BCL/SAF 46 2 HV
VD
14 EXT_AUDIO_IN
LBF/SSC 49 HD

11 FM_OUT H_OUT 48 OSD_Y MICON

51 SCL X1/VAMP/CHR_OUT 42 OSD_B


OSD_G
52 SDA XTAL1 40 OSD_R

X601
SDA 4.433619MHz
MICON
SCL
+B ADJ

SOUND AMP IC
VR502

9V REG. IC IC351 AN7511


IC1007 1 3 P. CON+9V
KIA7809API 2 8
SP352
5 SPEAKER
5V REG. IC
IC1004 7
CP851 KIA7805API 4
6 2 J2201
T501 HEADPHONE
POWER REG IC 7 1 3 P.CON+5V 1
IC502 16 1
IC506 11
Q507 LTV-817M-VB STR-G6653 10 5V REG. IC
13 IC1005
F-BACK SW FEED BACK 5 1 5 KIA7805API
5
14 TV_POWER_H
6 1 3 P.CON+5V A Q1011
L503
DEGAUSS COIL 18 TV_A_MUTE
8 3 P.CON SW
5V REG. IC
AC IN D501~D504 IC1001
KIA7805API
RECTIFIER MICON
VCR_POWER_H
1 3 AT+5.6V
F501
AT+12V

POWER_FAIL(DC)
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Y/C/AUDIO/HEAD AMP/21PIN/IN/OUT BLOCK DIAGRAM

PDC/VPD DECODER IC
X4001
IC4102 SDA5650/X 4.433619MHz
Y/C/AUDIO/
HEAD AMP IC
17 IC4001 HA118225F
76 77 71 69 65 57 45 43 42 29

CP4001 4 5
P VCA CCD 6dB AMP V-AMP 55
2 SP-CH2 (L) 85 2MLPF P LPF C.K
CYL. 3 SP_COM FH TRAP C CCD
H.AMP

86 ACC R
R CTL TRAP C-SUQUELCK CLEAR
4 SP-CH1 (R) SYNC 46
87 DELAY CLPH
P N-->P
CLOCK
HPF TRAP CLPH DRIVER 53
SCL R SQUELCH
SDA R B.D
MAIN + MAIN
H. SW LPF CONV1 CONV2
FBC
ENV_DET
MICON REC R 51
VCR_A_MUTE MUTE + P P R R P VIDEO ALC
MIX
V. REC_ST_H LEVELADJ Y CCD Q4106
73 P
CTL+ BUFFER
74 49
CTL- B.E P
80 C.K BPF Y APA P

83 ENV R
DET HPF + R
79 ATT 19
Q4005 Q4006, Q4007 P SQPB
V.REC PB SW 629
TRAP FM AGC P.EQ S DL
CP4005 ST SW NL EMPH VIDEO 17
R G EQ AGC ATT
2 AE HEAD (+) NL DE EMPH
1 AE HEAD (-) 7M HPF LAG LEAD SQPB D LIM
VCA LPF FBC ATT 15
HEAD AUDIO 3 CTL- P D.E
PRE ALC FRONT_V_IN
CONTROL 4 CTL+ 96 DEMO P R N.C
AMP 1M HPF FM MOD SYNC.
SLPF 31 C. SYNC
6 AUDIO REC SEP
5 AUDIO PB R MICON
LINE MAIN EMPH MAIN YNR D_V_SYNC
REC F0/DEV ADJ CARRIER 28
98 REC MUTE DE-EMPH YLPF
EQ MUTE S-DET OFFSET
W.C/DC FRONT_A_IN_L
Q4002 L4003 LINE
LPF 40
AMP R P GCL
OSC 1 6

5 2 3 4 6 8 9 37 36 38
Q4001
TUNER_A
NORMAL A. 3 4
REC ST SW TUNER_V
L4101 Q4107 TV
CP4004 Y/C_V
15.6KHz AMP
1 FE HEAD (HOT) TRAP Y/C_A
FE HEAD
2 FE HEAD (GND) JACK_V
Q4207
EXT_IN_L PERI SW
Q4210
MICON
TUNER_ON/OFF TUNER SW

TU_AUDIO_MUTE_H

D4210

2 6 8 16 20
21_Y J4201
21_B 1 3 7 11 15 19
TV 21_G Q4205
21_R Q4202
MUTE SW
BUFFER

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MICON BLOCK DIAGRAM

SYSCON/TIMER/SERVO IC
IC1006 OEC0133A
SW1001 SYSTEM RESET IC
50 TAB_SW RES 77 1 OUT IC1003
PST3231NR
Q1007
AT+5.6V POWER_FAIL 37 BUFFER POWER_FAIL (DC) TV
1 4 31 MSSEN_A
MS_SEN A
2 3 Q1009
DUMMY.V.SYNC 109 D_V_SYNC

1 4 32 MSSEN_B EXT_IN-L 54 EXT_IN_L


MS_SEN B
Q1003 TUNER MUTE 55 TU_AUDIO_MUTE_H
P.CON+5V 2 3
SYNC IN 38 C. SYNC
VCR_MUTE 90 VCR_A_MUTE

2 3 40 REEL-T CTL(+) 3 CTL+ Y/C/AUDIO/


REEL SENS. HEAD AMP/
CTL(-) 4 CTL- 21PIN/IN/OUT
Q1005
1 4
V.REC.START-H 91 V. REC_ST_H

P.CON+5V_A 2 3 39 REEL-S
REEL SENS. VIDEO_H.SW 105 H. SW
1 4 Q1001
VIDEO_ ENV 28 ENV_DET
SCL
76 X1 SDA
X1002
32.768KHz
75 X2

80 OSC2
X1001 IIC_DATA 62 5 SDA EEP ROM IC
H_CTL 10MHz IC1099
78 OSC1 IIC_CLK 61 6 SCL S-24C08AFJA-TB-01
PROTECT
TV SDA
VCR_POWER_H 95 VCR_POWER_ON-H
SCL
AT+12V 98 H CONTROL Q1016
HSYNC 14 HD SW HD
92 PROTECT Q1015
CP1001
VSYNC 15 VD SW VD
1 CAP FG 9 CFG
2 CAP VCO B 101 OSD_B
88 CAP_FWD_L
4 CAP/M F/R G 100 OSD_G TV
84 CAP_LIMIT
5 I LIMIT 99
DECK 87 CAP_FULL R OSD_R
8 CYL/LAD VCO
83 LDM_CTL YCO 96 OSD_Y
9 CAP CTL
10 LDM CTL 104 DFG TV_MUTE 53 TV_A_MUTE
11 CYL FG/PG
107 DRUM_PWM
12 CYL CTL
TV_POWER_ON-H 93 TV_POWER-H
Q1006 KEY_A 33
D1003
BOT SENSOR
Q1017 POWER CH UP VOL. UP VOL. DOWN
BOT SENSOR ON/OFF

27 EOT KEY_B 34
35 BOT OS2201
Q1002 1 2 3 CH DOWN REC/OTR STOP/EJECT PLAY FF/CUE REW/REV
CENT LED 52 CENT LED
SW REMOCON IN 43
FRONT VIDEO JACK AT + 5V
J2203
D2203
2 D2202
FRONT_V_IN
Y/C/AUDIO/ REC/OTR_ LED 48
HEAD AMP/ FRONT AUDIO JACK
21PIN/IN/OUT J2202
T-REC_LED 47
D2201
FRONT_A_IN_L 2
STAND BY_LED 45
E-5 E-6

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PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARDS
SYSCON/CRT/POWER SW (INSERTED PARTS)
SOLDER SIDE

R450

W098
C1059

W001
J2201

D407

W002
R1052

C1037

D405
D413
W077
D1010 IC1005
CP302 IC1007
W253

HS1002
D1006

C1070

D411
C1041
2A

R605
CP85

D1004
C1090
C1016

C1011
C1048

C429
Q1017

C432
R1038

C431

R460
W149
B1001

C421
W266
R2204

C1013
R1065

R1048

C1036 Q1012
W178

W165

W035

W276

R490
R1068

C418
W034 W904 W005

R453
W243

W244 W129 R1084

R1060
R1014

W260

Q406
R665
W123

T401
W242
W119
W892

FB401_3
B2201

W102 R1047
W241
R2206

C424
W089
L1001
W146

W262
W811

C1003

R1032 W101 IC1004


W033 W003
W042 W105 W267 C406
R1075
W037
C2201

W036

W223
W177 W915

HS402
W150
W100
C1032

R1079
W148 W045 W145 W103 C404_2

W823

R447
HS1001
J2202

R1036
Q1003 W124 R456

IC1001
C1005
C1053

R1016
Q1

W849
D1005
00

R1061

HS1003

Q405
1
9

R1050 00
R1023

L1002

C423
1
W125 CP
R1001_1

Q4002
R1066

W040 C416
J2203

C422
W063
W039 W810
W062

W030
C4010_1

R43
R1031 W159 Q4001 C1029 W240
W179

0
D1001

L40
R1069

W041 C417

C1042
W173 W038

W808
W031
W162

B1002

R406

W004
W158
W048

2
W225 W239
W090 W070 D4001 W850 L401 D403

CP402
R1019 W174 TP401 R416
C4011_1

W226 L4003 W814


Q1008
W073

W052 Q

R419
W080

R417
SW2202

W869 R401 D406


C450

C414
Q4006 D404 R412

W833
W069 W130 VR401

W890
TP1001

W071
D1009 IC401

W126
C4003

W120 W121
100

W051

W901 W075 R448

W081
Q4007 CP851B
5

C4165

W122
B2203
2
W176 W207 W025 R40
SW2201

W175 X1002
C1021

W208
X1001

W157 W169
C4192

W163 Q401

C402
HS401
W109
W108

W265 W147 R404 R421


W209
W269

W024

W235
SW2204 R1082 W192
W072
L4107 CP401B C405

R413
W156
W197

W053 W268 W236


W104
W255

D302 B602 C403 C412


W232

L4007 C4058

R411
R409
W195

C4037

W215
L4009

W196

R615
C4039

CP853A

R405
C4087

W237 W227

R407
W186

C4084

C408
W188 VR402
W043

W047

W184

W185
W050

W231 R602
W191

W183

W189
W216 W220
W111

W068
W142
R410

W067
W066

C
C4040

41
W155 R4140 W271
W198

L4011

0
W234 R4141
C
P4
C4080
C4056

W222

W113
L4102

W112
00
SW2203

W161
W259
W193

W143
W144

W127
5

W136
C4079

W115
W110
W099
C4002

D1003
L604

W275 C635
W307
L4012

W160 C4004 W201


C4184

C1093 X601
C4076

W182 W857 TP4201

W815
W816
R1077 C4033 W230
D608

W847
D607

W093
C4019

W181

B4201
W078

C653
C650
R4033

D606
SW2208

D603
C4077
L4008

D1021 W202 S809Y

C649
D1002 W114

L610
W213 C4024
D602
C4060

W049 W272 W228


D1261
C4016
W211

W274
W304
S809X

W116
L4010

CP4001_1

W164
C4022

IC601

C630
W057

C642
W170

W229
R4103_1
C4063

SW2210 W058 S808Y


W258

W804
SW2207 W221 W074
C4053

C4023

W018
C648

W171 W076
C636

C641
C4014
X4001

W224

J4201
W020
C611

W203 R4224
C613

D2203 W008

W023
W019

W010
R1002

W117
L4101

C4201
W828 L612
L4005

C603

C610

W059
C4021

SW2205 Q1001
C645

W065

R4207
W217
C4045

L614
C4038

W014
W172

L4006 C652
C4051

W061 L4108 L613


L606

D2202
W199

W254 L608
L4202
R2227

C4213
W166

L607
W305

R804 W015 CF605


W167

W200

CF601
C4108

W139
W138

TP801
W137
W083

W277
W264

R4209

R805
R4201
W140 Q607
D4210
CP

SW1001 TP803 CP806_1


W012
C616

W082
80

W133
W016
W141

W168
1

D2201
C4209_1

L4204
R803
R356
W084

W009
W097

W085
W889

W263 TP802 W013


R802_1

W154

W151

C4204_1

L4203

R635_1
L611

W212 B4202
B4001

W851

R807
R2216

W026 W007 W900


C2207 W134
C626
C802

R806_1 R614 W817


B2202 S808X IC351 S501
SW2206
W006
SW2209 W153 CP4004
C351
C355
J8

S102
R1015

C666
0

Q805
1_

W064 L602_1
R1004
1

TP4002
TP4001

Q806 Q804 W087


S101 S502
C627
R1042
W270

C352
D802
D803

D801

W011
SW501
TU601
W251
W250

W094 CP603
C357

W953
Q1006

CP852B
W870

L801 D601
W152

W092
W832

OS2201 W855 TP601 W021 W844


CP853B W245 W022
4A

F-1 CD501 F-2


CD602_1
CD502

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F-3
R4210 R4223 R4222
R4221
R672 R673
R4206 R675

W805

R420
R636
C640

Q4210
R647 C4202 R4228

W807

W825
Q4205
W839 R4205

Q4202
C4205

C4203

R403
C4211

R4220
R4208
C413

Q4207

R4239
R656
C604

R678
C655

R645
C609
R638
C618

R637
R640
R641 C607 R634
R609 R624 R662

R643
R425 R607

R618
C647 C612
C675 W866 C639

C634 C644
R608
C605
R639 R679 C654

R424
C614

R648
W905

C646
R642 C615
R616
W836

C601
R604

R646
R610

W888
C621
C656
W802 R619

Q608

C643
R611 C658

Q602
C677

R649
R612 C619 C659 R625

R626
R630 C660 R603

R657
R613 C620

W812
R669
R629 C623 R658
R628 R621

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C2210_1

W801
C2211_1
R664

R622

R601
Q403
Q601

Q609
R663

Q611

R674
R670
R4120

R1025
C1049_1
W895

C4193
C4101

R4018_1

R4016
R4101

C4102

R4167
C4020_1 R4154

R4102

C4041
W873

Q4118
R4168

R4153
R4138 R4013

Q4107
C4027 R4152
R4010 R4155

R1076
R4163 C4032 C4107

R4021
C4133
C4104
C4034

C4025
C4042

Q1011
C4026

R4007 C4015 R4014

R4022
C4018

R4023
C4007_1

1
C4050

C4044
Q4206
C4005_1
C4046
C4013
R4019
R4017 C4001

R4011
C361

81

C4062
IC

C4017
40
R4006 01
R353

R4015
31
R4032
C4036
R4165
R361

R4030

C4008
C4085

C1009
R426

R4009

R4004
R4012 C4012
51

C4069 C4078
C4043
R4008 R4144
C4073

C4009 C4006
R4024 R352

C4072
C1007

C4166
R4143 C4066 C4067
SOLDER SIDE

C4190

Q4005
C4081 C4074 C362

R4001

R1008
R4035 C4070

C4048

C4052
C4061
C4049

R4147
C4068

C4075
R4027

R4137 C4185

IC4102
R4160
C4064 C4057
R4005 C4059
R1029
Q1007
PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARDS

R1070

R4159
R4170 R4166
C4191

C1062
C1022

R4145 C4187 R4118 R4119 R4146


R4025
Q4106
R4104
SYSCON/CRT (CHIP MOUNTED PARTS)

C4047
C1004
R1011

C1015 C1074
C1092 R1039

C1063
C1006

R1090

R1057
C1073

R1053

Q1004
R1009 C1028

C1023
C1012

C1026
C1033 C1031

85
C4189
R1012
R1054

C1082

C1020
C1081

C1024
C1025
R1033
C1008 R1064

C1002
R1067 IC R1094
10

1
57
06
C1019

C1067
R1017 W880

C1060
R1027 C1018

R1007
R1020

C1010
R1022
R1058

R355
Q1002

29
R1021 C1038 C1001
C1035
C1040

R1026
C1078
R1030
R1028 C801_1
Q1010

C1027
R1059 C1052 W867 C810
Q1013

R1013 R816
R1063 R808

Q1015
C1046
C1017

C1056
R1087
C1050
R1083
C1044

Q1016
R1062
C811
C1055
IC1003

R801 R813
R1006
R1045 R1044
C804_1
C1072
R809 C805_1
C1071 R1096
C1043 C809
C1030
R815

C1069
C1014
R1051

R1049

IC1099_1
R1078
R1080

R1035
R1010

R2205
C2208

R2226
C2202

R2207
C2204

C2212 R2213
C2213 R2209 R2210 R2211
R2214
C2203
R2215

R2208
R2212

F-4
PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARDS
POWER
SOLDER SIDE

CP851A W004
CP401A

R533

C512

C515
D510_1
D534

D528

D533

C52
D535 R509 R506

D526

R554

9
D518

R507

C517

IC506
D513

D521
R532
R502
Q507 C509

R553
W009 C554 R543
W008 B502 D506

W804

C510
C519

IC502

W002
C521 D522
D515 Q501
C524

R503

D519
C537

B505
C535
R510

D520
VR502
B501_1

HS501
C532
R511

W005
R529
W811

R514
C504
D523
C531
D511

R542
T501

R504
D512

D508

R516
C507
C523

W003
R515
C501

C516
W808

R505
W010

D509

D505
C520 L502
2
50

D504
TP

C530

D501

C50
2
C505
R538

L501

W006

D502
R501_1
C506

CP501
TH501

C503
F501

CP502
D503
FH501 FH502

F-5

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A B C D E F G H

Y/C/AUDIO/HEAD AMP SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM


ENV_DET

MESECAM_M

P.CON+5V_A
VCR_A_MUTE

P.CON+5V_A
H.SW

SDA

SCL
8 (SYSCON PCB) 8

L4008

100uH
0305
FROM POWER

47 KA
FRONT_V_IN

C4063
10
FRONT_A_IN_L C4085

6.3V
P.CON+5V_A

L4012

100uH
0305
100P B

0.01 B
GND

C4059
B

AMP
10V 470 YK

Q4107
C4133

0.0018

C4043 50V 0.47 KA

2.2 KA
0.022 B

S809Y KTC3875S_Y_RTK
C4108
C4107

R4155

C4051

50V 1 KA
Y/C_A

C4045

C4060
6.3 1.4
R4152

560

TP4001
1.2K

KA
7 7

H.SW

50V
L4108 2.0

0.1 F
R4153 R4154

B
C4038

B C4049

C4057
0.1 B
4.7

47 KA

B
C4048 0.022
1mH 560K 330K

3P CH