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SERVICE MANUAL AE-6D CHASSIS
MODEL
COMMANDER DEST CHASSIS NO.
KD-32NX200U
RM-939 UK SCC-Q84L-A
KD-32NX200U
RM-939
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Section Title Page Section Title Page
Caution .................... 3
Specifications .................... 4
Connectors .................... 5
Self Diagnostic Software .................... 6
1. GENERALAutomatically Tuning the TV .................... 9
Using a digital text service .................... 9
Using a conventional text service ................ 10
The EPG menu .................... 10
Using the TV menu system .................... 11
Viewing memory stick pictures .................... 12
Remote Control operation of
VCR and DVD player ............... 13
Specifications .................... 14
Troubleshooting .................... 14
2. DISASSEMBLY
2-1. Rear Cover Removal .................... 15
2-2. Speaker Box Removal .................... 15
2-3. Chassis Removal and Refitting .................... 15
2-4. G1 Board Removal .................... 16
2-5. G Board Removal .................... 16
2-6. D2 Board Removal .................... 16
2-7. D1 Board Removal .................... 16
2-8. Service Position .................... 17
2-9. Wire Dressing 1 .................... 17
2-10. Wire Dressing 2 .................... 17
2-11. Wire Dressing 3 .................... 17
2-12. Picture Tube Removal .................... 18
Bottom Plates .................... 19
3. SET-UP ADJUSTMENTS
3-1. Beam Landing .................... 20
3-2. Convergence .................... 21
3-3. Focus Adjustment .................... 23
3-4. Screen (G2), White Balance .................... 23
4. CIRCUIT ADJUSTMENTS
4-1. Electrical Adjustments .................... 24
4-2. Volume Electrical Adjustments .................... 28
4-3. Test Mode 2 .................... 29
CAUTION
SHORT CIRCUIT THE ANODE OF THE PICTURE TUBE AND THE
ANODE CAP TO THE METAL CHASSIS, CRT SHIELD, OR THE
CARBON PAINTED ON THE CRT, AFTER REMOVAL OF THE
ANODE CAP.
WARNING !!
AN ISOLATION TRANSFORMER SHOULD BE USED DURING
ANY SERVICE WORK TO AVOID POSSIBLE SHOCK HAZARD
DUE TO LIVE CHASSIS, THE CHASSIS OF THIS RECEIVER IS
DIRECTLY CONNECTED TO THE POWER LINE.
SAFETY-RELATED COMPONENT WARNING !!
COMPONENTS IDENTIFIED BY SHADING AND MARKED
ON
THE SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS, EXPLODED VIEWS AND IN THE
PARTS LIST ARE CRITICAL FOR SAFE OPERATION. REPLACE
THESE COMPONENTS WITH SONY PARTS WHOSE PART
NUMBERS APPEAR AS SHOWN IN THIS MANUAL OR IN
SUPPLEMENTS PUBLISHED BY SONY.
ATTENTION
APRES AVOIR DECONNECTE LE CAP DE’LANODE,
COURT-CIRCUITER L’ANODE DU TUBE CATHODIQUE ET
CELUI DE L’ANODE DU CAP AU CHASSIS METALLIQUE DE
L’APPAREIL, OU AU COUCHE DE CARBONE PEINTE SUR LE
TUBE CATHODIQUE OU AU BLINDAGE DU TUBE
CATHODIQUE.
ATTENTION !!
AFIN D’EVITER TOUT RISQUE D’ELECTROCUTION
PROVENANT D’UN CHÁSSIS SOUS TENTION, UN
TRANSFORMATEUR D’ISOLEMENT DOIT ETRE UTILISÈ LORS
DE TOUT DÈPANNAGE LE CHÁSSIS DE CE RÈCEPTEUR EST
DIRECTMENT RACCORDÈ Á L’ALIMENTATION SECTEUR.
ATTENTION AUX COMPOSANTS RELATIFS Á
LA SECURITÈ!!
LES COMPOSANTS IDENTIFIÈS PAR UNE TRAME ET PAR UNE
MARQUE
SUR LES SCHÈMAS DE PRINCIPE, LES VUES
EXPLOSÈES ET LES LISTES DE PIECES SONT D’UNE IMPOR-
TANCE CRITIQUE POUR LA SÈCURITÈ DU FONCTIONNEMENT,
NE LES REMPLACER QUE PAR DES COMPSANTS SONY DONT
LE NUMÈRO DE PIÈCE EST INDIQUÈ DANS LE PRÈSENT
MANUEL OU DANS DES SUPPLÈMENTS PUBLIÈS PAR SONY.
5. DIAGRAMS
5-1. Block Diagrams (1) .................... 31
Block Diagrams (2) .................... 32
Block Diagrams (3) .................... 33
Block Diagrams (4) .................... 34
Block Diagrams (5) .................... 35
5-2. Circuit Board Location .................... 35
5-3. Schematic Diagrams and
Printed Wiring Boards .................... 35
* A Board PWB .................... 36
* A Board Schematic .................... 39
* B5 Board PWB ................. 48
* B5 Board Schematic .................... 49
* C1 Board PWB .................... 57
* C1 Board Schematic .................... 58
* H Board PWB .................... 57
* H Board Schematic .................... 59
* MS2 Board PWB .................... 57
* MS2 Board Schematic .............. 59
* D1 Board PWB .................... 60
* D1 Board Schematic .................... 61
* G1 Board PWB .................... 63
* G1 Board Schematic .................... 62
* D2 Board PWB .................... 63
* D2 Board Schematic .................... 64
* M2 Board PWB .................... 65
* M2 Board Schematic.................... 66
* G Board PWB .................... 68
* G Board Schematic ................... 67
* VM Board PWB ................. 68
* VM Board Schematic ................ 69
* F3 Board PWB .................... 70
* F3 Board Schematic .................... 69
* H3 Board PWB .................... 70
* H3 Board Schematic .................... 71
* J3 Board PWB .................... 70
* J3 Board Schematic .................... 72
5-4. Semiconductors .................... 74
5-5. IC Blocks .................... 76
6. EXPLODED VIEWS
6-1. Chassis .................... 79
6-2. Picture Tube .................... 80
7. ELECTRICAL PARTS LIST .................... 81
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The circuit boards listed below [Table 1] used in these models may
have been processed using Lead Free Solder. The boards are
identified by the LF logo located close to the board designation e.g.
F1, H1 etc [ see examples ]. The servicing of these boards requires
special precautions to be taken as outlined below.
Table 1
CAUTION
Lead Free Soldered Boards example 1
example 2
It is strongly recommended to use Lead Free Solder material in order to guarantee optimal quality of new solder joints. Lead Free Solder is
available under the following part numbers :
Due to the higher melting point of Lead Free Solder the soldering iron tip temperature needs to be set to 370 degrees centigrade. This requires
soldering equipment capable of accurate temperature control coupled with a good heat recovery characteristics.
For more information on the use of Lead Free Solder, please refer to http://www.sony-training.com
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WARNING (UK Models only)
The flexible mains lead is supplied connected to a B.S. 1363 fused
plug having a fuse of 5 AMP rating. Should the fuse need to be
replaced, use a 5AMP FUSE approved by ASTA to BS 1362, ie one
that carries the ASA
T mark.
IF THE PLUG SUPPLIED WITH THIS APPLIANCE IS NOT SUIT-
ABLE FOR THE OUTLET SOCKETS IN YOUR HOME, IT SHOULD
BE CUT OFF AND AN APPROPRIATE PLUG FITTED. THE PLUG
SEVERED FROM THE MAINS LEAD MUST BE DESTROYED AS A
PLUG WITH BARED WIRES IS DANGEROUS IF ENGAGED IN A
LIVE SOCKET.
When an alternative type of plug is used, it should be fitted with a
5 AMP FUSE, otherwise the circuit should be protected by a 5AMP
FUSE at the distribution board.
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Connected Not Connected (open) * at 20Hz - 20kHz
Pin No 124 Signal Signal level
1Audio output B
(right) Standard level : 0.5V rms
Output impedence : Less than 1kohm*
2Audio input B
(right) Standard level : 0.5V rms
Output impedence : More than 10kohm*
3Audio output A
(left) Standard level : 0.5V rms
Output impedence : Less than 1kohm*
4Ground (audio)
5Ground (blue)
6Audio input A
(left) Standard level : 0.5V rms
Output impedence : More than 10kohm*
7Blue input 0.7 +/- 3dB, 75 ohms positive
8Function select
(AV control)
High state (9.5-12V) : Part mode
Low state (0-2V) : TV mode
Input impedence : More than 10K ohms
Input capacitance : Less than 2nF
9Ground (green)
10 Open
11 Green Green signal : 0.7 +/- 3dB, 75 ohms,
positive
12 Open
13 Ground (red)
14 Ground (blanking)
15
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_ (S signal Chroma
input) 0.3 +/- 3dB, 75 ohms, positive
16 Blanking input
(Ys signal) High state (1-3V) Low state (0-0.4V)
Input impedence : 75 ohms
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output)
18 Ground (video
input)
19 Video output 1V +/- 3dB, 75ohms, positive sync 0.3V
(-3+10dB)
20
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AE-6D SELF DIAGNOSTIC SOFTWARE
The identification of errors within the AE-6D chassis is triggered in one of two ways :- 1: Busy or 2: Device failure to respond to IIC. In the
event of one of these situations arising the software will first try to release the bus if busy (Failure to do so will report with a continuous
flashing LED) and then communicate with each device in turn to establish if a device is faulty. If a device is found to be faulty the relevant
device number will be displayed through the LED (Series of flashes which must be counted) See table 1., non fatal errors are reported using this
method.
Flash Timing Example : e.g. error number 3
StBy LED
ON ON ON
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Device acknowledge is used to check IIC errors. Device acknowledge is checked by sending an IIC start sequence during CRT power on. Each
device is checked three times, if there is no acknowledge after each attempt, it will be regarded as an error.
There are three steps to check for errors.
1. IIC line 0
If all devices except the NVM have errors, IIC line 0 error is displayed.
2. Board check
If all devices mounted on one board have errors, board error is displayed.
3. Each device check
If IIC line error and board error are not detected then the device with the error is displayed.
The detected errors can be displayed as follows :
1. Error Monitor Menu.
2. Error Reader.
Error Detection Monitor
1. Error Monitor Menu
Operating Time : 000167 h 45 min
Stored Errors :
1. A - B TU1350 Sub-Tuner
2. J - B TDA9320 Sub Col. Dec.
3. No Error Occured
4. No Error Occured
5. No Error Occured
Current Error :
A - B TU1350 Sub-Tuner
ERROR MONITOR
1. IGNORE ERRORS OFF ON OFF
Last menu Enter item
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2. Error Reader Display
The error reader display is connected to the service connector to read actual error codes. The part number for the error reader display is
S-188-900-10. Once an error has been detected it will then be displayed on the two digit error reader. The errors displayed refer to the following
table.
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Basic operation
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DIGITAL
PROG
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DVD
OK
Using a digital text service
Most digital TV channels broadcast information via their text service. This digital service
includes high quality text and graphics along with advanced navigation options.
Additionally, this TV has access to dedicated text channels transmitted by the
broadcasting authorities. The appearance, content and navigation methods of all digital
text services are decided by the broadcaster. For example, the BBC’s digital text service
may look different to ITV’s digital text. However, the digital text services currently
available use simple navigation methods based on the following buttons:
The text button to load up the digital text,
The V, v, B and b buttons (to move around the screen),
The OK button or the numbered buttons (to select items on screen),
The four coloured buttons (to access shortcuts).
Selecting a dedicated digital text channel
Selecting a text service from other digital channels
Normal text services may also be available on other digital channels. This is sometimes
indicated by a small symbol on your TV screen, superimposed on the programme you
are watching.
1.
Press the button on the remote control to check if you are in digital
mode. If you are watching a digital programme an Info display appears on
screen providing brief details for the current and next programme. If the
display does not appear, press the DIGITAL/ button to switch to digital
mode.
2.
Press the button to remove the Info display from the TV screen then
select the programme number that is broadcasting the dedicated digital text
channel by using the numbered buttons on the remote control. If you do not
know the channel number of a dedicated digital text channel, you can use
the ‘Channel Index menu’ to find one. (Please refer to the ‘Channel index
menu’ section of this manual.)
3.
Once the text page is displayed, follow the on-screen instructions to obtain
your required selection.
Note: On some pages the TV programme may also be displayed on the text screen.
On-screen instructions will inform you how to change the displayed programme.
4.
If you are instructed to press ‘OK’ or ‘Select’ when viewing the text pages,
press the OK button.
5.
When you have finished viewing the text service, press the button to exit.
1.
Press the V, v, B, or b buttons to select the symbol, then press the OK
button to display the chosen information.
2.
Alternatively, you may be instructed to use the numbered or coloured buttons
on your remote control to display the various pages of text information. If you
are instructed to press ‘OK’ or ‘Select’ when viewing the text pages, press
the OK button.
3.
Once the text information is displayed, you can access required information
by using the V, v, B, or b buttons, the coloured buttons and/or the numbered
buttons on the remote control.
4.
When you have finished viewing the text service, press the button to exit.
Getting started
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VTR
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DVD
1.
When you switch on the TV for the first time, the Sony logo appears on the TV
screen followed by the ‘Memory Stick’ logo, then the Language/Country menu
with the word ‘English’ highlighted. Press the V or v buttons on the remote
control to highlight your required language. Press the OK button to confirm
your choice. From now on all menus appear in your chosen language.
2.
The word Country is now highlighted. Press the V or v buttons to highlight the
country in which you are using the TV. Press the OK button to confirm your
choice.
Note: The digital features of this set are designed for use in Great Britain only.
The picture rotation prompt appears. Sometimes the Earth’s natural
magnetism can cause the screen to look tilted.
a) If no correction is required, press the B button.
b) If some correction is required, press the OK button. Press the V or v
button to rotate the picture over a range of -5 to +5. Press the OK button
to store.
The autotune prompt screen appears. Press the OK button to select Yes and
begin the digital autotune procedure.
When all the available digital programmes are found, the analogue tuning
display appears and all the analogue signals are captured and stored.
If no digital and no analogue signals are found, a display appears on screen
asking you to confirm your aerial is connected. Check your aerial is
connected then press the OK button to repeat the tuning procedure.
Once all signals have been captured and stored, the TV returns to normal
operation and displays the digital programme captured on programme
number 1.
Note: If no digital signals are captured, then the analogue programme stored on
programme number 1 is displayed.
3.
To view programmes, press the PROG+/- button or the numbered buttons on
the remote control.
5
Automatically tuning the TV
The operating instructions mentioned here are partial abstracts from the ‘Operating
Instruction Manual’. The page numbers of the ‘Operating Instruction Manual’ remain
as in the manual.
SECTION 1 GENERAL
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Basic operation
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Using a conventional text service
Most analogue TV channels broadcast a text service. The index page (usually page
100) provides information on how to use the service. Please ensure you are receiving a
strong signal or some text errors may occur.
Switching on the text service
How to use the text features
1
Press the button on the remote control to check if you are in analogue
mode. If you are watching a digital programme an Info display appears on
screen providing brief details for the current and next programme. To change
to analogue programmes press the DIGITAL/ button.
2
Select the TV channel that carries the text service you wish to view
3
Press the button to enter Picture and Text (P&T) mode. The screen is
divided into two with the Text display on the left and the TV channel in the
right corner.
Press the button a second time to enter full screen Text mode.
Press the button a third time to enter Mix mode.
4
Press the numbered buttons to enter a three digit number for the text page
you wish to view. Your selected page appears on screen.
5
Enter more 3 digit page numbers as required.
6
When you have finished viewing the text service, press the DIGITAL/
button to remove the text display from the screen.
Text Features How to select
To select the next or
preceding page Press the or button.
To select a sub page A text page can consist of several sub pages. In this case
an information box is displayed at the bottom of the screen
showing the number of sub pages available. Select the sub
pages by pressing the V or v button.
To keep a page on
display Press the button. Press again to cancel.
To use Fastext Fastext allows you to access pages with one button push.
When Fastext is available, four coloured items appear at
the bottom of the screen. Press the corresponding
coloured button on the remote control to display the page.
To use the Page
Catching feature Select a page that contains several page numbers (e.g.
the index page), then press the OK button. Press the V or
v button to highlight the page number required, then press
the OK button again. Your selected page appears on
screen.
Digital features
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DIGITAL
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The EPG menu
The EPG menu (Electronic Programme Guide) provides a quick and easy way to:-
a) View a complete list of the programmes available.
b) Obtain a preview of the programmes currently being broadcast.
c) Create a list relating to a category of programme, e.g. Sports or Movies.
d) Record programmes.
The Category pop-up list
The Category pop-up list allows you to search for programmes quickly by dividing the
channels into different categories. For example, if you select News from the Category
pop-up list, then only programmes related to News will be shown in the EPG menu.
1. The EPG menu is only available when watching digital channels. To check if
you are in digital mode, press the button on the remote control. An Info
display appears on screen providing brief details for the current and next
programme. If the display does not appear, press the DIGITAL/ button.
2. Press the button to remove the Info display from the screen then press the
button to display the EPG menu screen. This screen consists of an
information window, a preview window, a 2 hour timer bar (divided into 30
minute intervals) and a 5 channel programme list covering the 2 hour period.
3. Press the V or v buttons to move the cursor bar up or down the programme
list and the b or B buttons to move left and right. If you press the b button once
more after highlighting the last programme on the right, the programmes
scheduled for the next 2 hour period are displayed. As each programme is
highlighted, a brief description of the programme appears in the event
information box at the top left of the screen. If you do not wish to select a
programme from the 5 channels listed, press the GREEN button to display the
next 5 channels or RED button to display the previous 5 channels.
4. If a programme you highlight is currently being broadcast, you will be
prompted to press the OK button to obtain a preview.
*Note:If an age limit for viewing has been set and the programme selected exceeds
that age limit, you will need to enter your PIN code before the preview is displayed.
Refer to The Main menu for more information on the PIN Code feature. Programmes
that exceed the age limit you have set will be identified by a symbol.
5. When the programme in the preview screen is the one you want, press the
OK button to exit the EPG menu and view the programme at full size.
1. With the EPG menu on screen, press the YELLOW button to display the
Category pop-up list.
2. Press the V or v buttons to highlight the category you want, then press the
OK button. The EPG programme list will now only contain programmes of the
type selected.
For information on the category types as well as instructions on how to add
and remove programmes from the Favourite list, please refer to The Channel
Index menu section on the previous page.
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OK
MENU
The following pages explains the TV set up menus and their operation. Although most of these menus can be accessed whilst
watching digital programmes, we recommend you view them in analogue mode. To check which mode you are in, press the button
on the remote control. If you are watching a digital programme, an Info display appears on screen providing brief details for the
current and next programme. If this happens, press the DIGITAL/ button on the remote control to switch to analogue channels.
This TV contains a menu system which is based on a series of on screen displays.
These displays help you get the most from your TV, from customising the picture and
sound to accessing advanced features. Use the following buttons on the remote control
to operate the TV menu system.
Picture Adjustment menu
This menu allows you to customise the picture. Highlight the required option and press
b to select. The table below explains each option and how to use it.
1. Press the MENU button to display the main menu.
2. Use the following buttons to operate the menu:
- Press the v or V buttons to highlight the required menu or option.
- Press the b button to enter the required menu or option.
- Press the B button to return to the last menu or option.
- Press the v, V, B or b buttons to alter the settings of the selected option.
- Press the OK button to confirm and store your selection.
3. Press the MENU button to remove the menu from the TV screen.
Option How to use
Picture Mode
This option allows you to select one of four picture modes. Live,
Movie and Game modes are preset and only Contrast can be
adjusted. The Personal mode, however, also allows you to
adjust the Brightness, Colour and Sharpness options.
Press V or v to select Live,
Personal, Movie or Game.
Press OK to confirm.
Contrast, Brightness, Colour, Sharpness
These options allow you to adjust the contrast, brightness,
colour and sharpness.
Note:Brightness, Colour and Sharpness can only be adjusted
when Picture Mode is set to Personal.
Press B or b to set the
levels. Press OK to
confirm.
Reset
This option resets all picture settings to the factory preset levels. Press b to restore default
picture settings.
AI (Artificial Intelligence)
This option monitors the picture and limits any sudden increases
in Brightness and Contrast.
Press V or v to select On or
Off. Press OK to confirm.
Noise Reduction
Sometimes a weak signal can produce a snowy picture (called
Picture Noise). This option can help to reduce this effect. Press V or v to select High,
Mid, Low, Auto or Off.
Press OK to confirm.
DRC Mode
DRC (Digital Reality Creation) Mode allows you to enjoy higher
quality pictures. The settings available are:
Off:Basic 100Hz picture quality.
DRC 50:Improved picture resolution.
DRC 100:Optimum picture resolution
Press V or v to select Off,
DRC 50 or DRC 100. Press
OK to confirm.
Colour Tone
This option allows you to alter the tint of the picture. The settings
available are:
Warm:Gives the white colours a red tint.
Normal:Gives the white colours a neutral tint.
Cool:Gives the white colours a blue tint.
Using the TV menu system
OK
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Manual Set Up menu
This menu gives you access to more advanced features. The options are:
Language/Country
When you first installed the TV you were asked to select your language and country.
The Language/Country option in the Manual Set Up menu allows you to change
these settings. With the Language/Country option highlighted, press b to enter the
Language/Country menu. Press v or V to select Language or Country. Press b to
select. Press v or V to highlight the required setting. Press OK to confirm.
Manual Programme Preset
With the Manual Programme Preset option highlighted, press b to enter the Manual
Programme Preset menu. The Manual Programme Preset menu is explained on the
following page.
Further Programme Preset
With the Further Programme Preset option highlighted, press b to enter the Further
Programme Preset menu. The Further Programme Preset menu is explained on page
28.
RGB Set Up
When viewing signals from RGB equipment connected to the AV1 or AV2 sockets (e.g.
DVD player, PlayStation) the picture may need adjusting. The RGB Set Up option in
the Manual Set Up menu allows you to adjust the size and horizontal picture position
of signals from RGB equipment. With the RGB Set Up option highlighted, press b to
enter the RGB Set Up menu. Press b to select H Centre. Press v or V to centralise the
picture over a range of -10 to +10. Press OK to store. Press v to select H Size. Press v
or V to adjust the picture size over a range of -10 to +10. Press OK to store.
Note: If there is no RGB equipment connected to either the AV1 or AV2 scart sockets the RGB
Set Up option will not be available.
Picture Rotation
Due to the Earths natural magnetism the picture might slant slightly. The Picture
Rotation option in the Manual Set Up menu allows you to cancel out this effect. With
the Picture Rotation option highlighted, press b to select. Press v or V to rotate the
picture over a range of -5 to +5. Press OK to store.
Personal ID
The Personal ID option in the Manual Set Up menu allows you to enter a code which
could help to trace you should the TV be stolen and recovered. This code can only be
entered once - please make a note of it and keep it safe. With the Personal ID option
highlighted, press b to select. Press v or V to display the first character of the code you
wish to use. Press b to select. Repeat until all characters have been entered. Press OK
to store. A confirmation screen is displayed. Press OK to confirm.
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Manual Programme Preset menu
(for analogue channels only)
To check which mode you are in, press the button on the remote control. If you are
watching a digital programme, an Info display appears on screen providing brief details
for the current and next programme. If this happens, press the DIGITAL/ button on
the remote control to switch to analogue channels.
The Manual Programme Preset option in the Manual Set Up menu allows you to
manually tune in channels. With the Manual Programme Preset option highlighted,
press b to enter the Manual Programme Preset menu. Press v or V to highlight the
channel you wish to tune. Press b twice to select the SYS column. Press v or V to
select the TV broadcast system (Choose I for TV broadcasts or EXT for an external
input source). Press b to confirm and select the CH column. Press v or V to select the
channel tuning (C for terrestrial channels, S for cable channels or F for direct frequency
input). Press b to confirm. You now need to tune the channel by one of the following
methods:
(a) If you know the channel number of the TV broadcast, the VCR test signal or the
frequency:
Press the numbered buttons on the remote control to enter the channel number.
Press OK to store.
(b) If you do not know the channel number:
Press v to select SEARCH. The TV set automatically searches for the next
available TV broadcast channel or the VCR test signal. When a channel has
been found press either OK to store or v to continue searching.
(c) For external input sources (EXT):
Press v to select AV1, AV2, AV3, or AV4 depending on which socket you have
connected your equipment to. Press OK to store.
Naming a channel
Names for channels are usually taken automatically from Teletext (if available). This
name is displayed briefly on screen when the channel is selected. The LABEL option in
the Manual Programme Preset menu allows you to assign a name of your choice up to
5 characters or numbers. With the Manual Programme Preset option highlighted,
press b to enter the Manual Programme Preset menu. Press v or V to highlight the
channel number you require. Press b repeatedly to select the LABEL column. Press v
or V to select the first character. Press b to confirm this character. Select the other
characters in the same way. After selecting all required characters, press OK to store.
Skipping a channel
The SKIP option in the Manual Programme Preset menu allows you to skip unused
channel positions when selecting channels with the PROG+/- buttons. However, you
can still select skipped channels by using the numbered buttons on the remote control.
With the Manual Programme Preset option highlighted, press b to enter the Manual
Programme Preset menu. Press v or V to highlight the channel number you require.
Press b to select the SKIP column. Press v to select On (select Off to remove the SKIP
feature). Press OK to store.
Memory Stick operation
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MEMORY
STICK
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Viewing Memory Stick pictures
A Memory Stick* is a new recording medium with a data capacity that exceeds a
floppy disk. It is specially designed for exchanging and sharing digital data among
Memory Stick compatible products. Use Memory Stick to display JPEG pictures
(DCF version 1.0 format)** individually or as a slideshow presentation on the TV
screen. Because it is removable, Memory Stick can also be used for external data
storage.
Inserting a ‘Memory Stick’
Insert a memory stick into the front control panel of the TV set until it clicks into the
connector. The v symbol must be facing forwards. The red light flashes indicating that
the memory stick contents are being read.
Removing a ‘Memory Stick’
Confirm that the red light is off. Do not pull the memory stick. You must push the
memory stick and then release. The memory stick will spring out.
Note:
* Data stored on a Memory Stick may become damaged or erased if you remove the
Memory Stick when it is reading or writing data.
The ‘Memory Stick’ menu
The Memory Stick menu is displayed automatically when you insert the memory stick
into your TV set. Alternatively, if there is a memory stick already inserted, press the
MEMORY STICK button on the remote control to display the menu screen. There are
3 options available, namely Index, Slideshow and Setup.
Notes:
* Memory Stick and the logo are trademarks of Sony Corporation.
** DCF (Design rules for Camera File systems) is a standard file name format for digital still
cameras, DV camcorders etc. It is supported by SONY and other manufacturers.
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MEMORY
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DIGITAL
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Memory Stick Index
Page +
Page 1/3
Index
This feature enables you to view on screen the JPEG DCF format pictures from your
memory stick.
Slideshow
This feature allows you to display all the memory stick pictures as a slideshow
presentation on the TV screen.
1. Press the MEMORY STICK button on the remote control to display the
Memory Stick menu on the TV screen.
2. Press the V or v button to highlight Index then press the OK button to
display the Memory Stick Index screen.
3. Press the v, V, B or b buttons to highlight the required picture, then press the
OK button to display the picture fully on the TV screen.
Note: Only a limited number of pictures can be displayed on the Index screen at one
time. If your required picture is not visible, highlight Page + then press the
OK button to view the next set of pictures. Press the v, V, B or b buttons to
select your desired picture then press the OK button to view.
4. Use the v, V, B or b buttons to highlight Back. Press the OK button to return
to the Memory Stick menu or press the DIGITAL/ button at any time to
return to normal TV operation.
1. Press the MEMORY STICK button on your remote control to display the
Memory Stick menu on the TV screen.
2. Press the V or v button to highlight Slideshow.
3. Press the OK button to start the slideshow. (To change the length of time an
image is displayed refer to the Setup section on the following page.)
4. Press the OK button during the slideshow to return to the Memory Stick
menu. Press the DIGITAL/ button to return to normal TV operation.
Connecting other equipment
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MODE
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Remote control operation for VCR and DVD players
This remote control has been configured to operate not only Sony DVDs and VCRs but also those made by other manufacturers. To
operate other makes of DVD and VCR using this remote control, complete the following procedure:
1.
Find the 3 digit code for your brand from the list below. If your brand has more than one code
allocated to it, make a note of the first code only at this stage.
2.
Press the MODE button on the remote control until either the VCR green light or the DVD green
light is illuminated.
3.
With the required green light illuminated, press and hold down the YELLOW button for
approximately 6 seconds, until the light starts to flash.
4.
Using the numbered buttons, enter the 3 digit code for your DVD or VCR. Once a correct
number has been entered, all three green lights will illuminate momentarily.
5.
Turn on your DVD or VCR and check that the remote control operates the main functions. If not,
repeat steps 2 - 4 and enter the next 3 digit code allocated to your brand of VCR or DVD.
6.
When you wish to use the remote control to operate the TV again, press the MODE button until
the TV green light illuminates. Dont forget to select VCR or DVD using the MODE button every
time you wish to operate that equipment with this remote control.
Note: The brand codes you set may be lost if weak batteries are not replaced immediately. Should this
happen, use the above procedure to reset the code. A small label has been attached to the inside of the
battery cover for you to make a note of your brand codes.
Not all brands and models of DVDs or VCRs are covered in this list. However, Sony will endeavour to
update the software periodically, so please refer to the code table provided with your remote control.
VCR Brand List DVD Brand List
Brand Code Brand Code
SONY (VHS) 301, 302, 303, 309 SONY 001
SONY (BETA) 301, 302, 303, 309 AIWA 021
SONY (DVD) 304, 305, 306 DENON 018, 027, 020, 002
AIWA 325, 331, 351 GRUNDIG 009, 028, 023, 024, 016. 003
AKAI 326, 329, 330 HITACHI 025, 026, 015, 004
DAEWOO 342, 343 JVC 006, 017
GRUNDIG 358, 355, 360, 361, 320, 351 KENWOOD 008
HITACHI 327, 333, 334 LG 015, 014
JVC 314, 315, 322, 344, 352, 353, LOEWE 009, 028, 023, 024, 016. 003
LG 332, 338 MATSUI 013, 016
LOEWE 358, 355, 360, 361, 320, 351 ONKYO 022
MATSUI 356, 357 PANASONIC 018, 027, 020, 002
ORION 328 PHILIPS 009, 028, 023, 024, 016. 003
PANASONIC 321, 323 PIONEER 004
PHILIPS 311, 312, 313, 316, 317, 318, SAMSUNG 011, 014
SAMSUNG 339, 340, 341, 345 SANYO 007
SANYO 335, 336 SHARP 019, 027
SHARP 324 THOMSON 012
THOMSON 319, 350 TOSHIBA 003
TOSHIBA 337 YAMAHA 018, 027, 020, 002
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Additional Information
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Specifications
TV System I/DVB-T
Colour System PAL
NTSC 3.58, 4.43 (only Video In)
MPEG-2 MP@ML
Channel Coverage UHF: B21 - B69
Picture Tube KV-32NX200 FD Trinitron Approx. 82cm
KV-36NX200 FD Trinitron Approx. 91cm
Sound Output Left/Right: 2x20W (music power), 2x10W (RMS)
Subwoofer 1x30W (music power), 1x15W (RMS)
Power Consumption KV-32NX200 154W (1w standby)
KV-36NX200 182W (1w standby)
Dimensions (w x h x d) KV-32NX200 Approx. 910 x 445.5 x 590mm
KV-36NX200 Approx. 1010 x 645 x 607mm
Weight KV-32NX200 Approx. 67kg
KV-36NX200 Approx. 87kg
Rear Terminals 21-pin Euro connector (CENELEC standard) including audio/video
input, RGB input, TV audio/video output.
21-pin Euro connector (CENELEC standard) including audio/video
input, RGB input, TV audio/video output
21-pin Euro connector (CENELEC standard) including audio/video
input, S-video input, selectable audio/video output.
Conditional Access Module
RF In
Audio output - RCA phono jacks
Front Terminals Video input - phono jack
S video input - 4 pin DIN
Audio inputs - phono jacks
Headphones jack - minijack stereo
Accessories Supplied RM-939 remote control (1)
IEC designated size AA (R6) battery (2)
RF Loopthrough cable
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Design and specification are subject to change without notice
Additional Information
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Troubleshooting
Here are some simple solutions to problems which may affect the picture and sound.
If you continue to have these problems, have your TV serviced by qualified personnel or you can contact the Sony UK
Digital HelpLine on 0870 600 1717.
NEVER open the casing yourself.
Problem Possible causes Solutions
No picture, no sound. Power off
TV in standby.
Aerial disconnected.
Plug in the TV
Press the button on the front of the TV. If the
indicator is on press the button on the remote control.
Check aerial connection
Poor or no picture (screen is
dark), but good sound.
Picture preset level adjustment Select Picture Adjustment menu then adjust adjust the
brightness, picture and colour levels.
No picture on any channel after
digital tuning.
No digtal transmission in your area.
No digital transmissions from the
transmitter you are currently using.
Unsuitable aerial.
Weak signal.
Tune in all the Analogue channels available using the
Manually tuning analogue signals instructions of this
manual to tune in available analogue channels, then contact
local installer to find out when digital transmissions begin in
your area.
Contact a local installer to find out which transmitter you
should be pointing your aerial at.
Change your aerial to cover the channels used by digital
programmes.
Ensure aerial is correctly aligned to transmitter.
Ensure aerial is is plugged directly into the TV (not through
other equipment).
Upgrade to a higher gain aerial.
Some channels are blank. Scrambled or subscription-only
channel.
Programme used only for data (no
picture or sound).
Programme not being transmitted.
Subscribe to pay-per-view broadcaster.
See Skipping a programme section.
See Re-arranging your channels section.
Standby indicator flashing. Fault (irregular flash)
Digital mode Timer Record active
(regular flash).
Do not open the cabinet, refer to qualified personnel.
Contact nearest SONY Service Centre.
Will clear when Timer Recording stops.
Good picture, no sound Volume control. Press the + button on the remote control.
If is displayed on the screen, press the button on
the remote control.
Poor picture quality Wrong external mode selected for an
RGB video source. Press the button repeatedly until the RGB symbol
is displayed on screen.
No colour on colour
programmes
Colour level setting. Select Picture Adjustment menu then adjust the colour
setting.
Remote control does not
function
Batteries low. Replace batteries.
Distorted picture when
changing programmes or
selecting teletext
Inputs from external equipment not
switched off. Switch off all additionally connected equipment.
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SECTION 2 DISASSEMBLY
2-1. Rear Cover Removal
To remove lift the main bracket rear slightly and slide the
chassis away from the beznet. Ensure that the interconnecting
leads are released from their purse locks to prevent damage
being caused.
When refitting the chassis ensure that the main bracket is
located in the beznet guide slots before sliding the chassis
forwards. Refit the inter-connecting leads in their respective
purse locks.
2-3. Chassis Removal and Refitting
2-2. Speaker Box Removal
Remove the rear cover fixing screws indicated and pull the
rear cover backwards away from the set.
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Screws
To remove the speaker box assembly remove the two screws
circled and unplug the speaker lead from connector CN1202
on the ‘A’ board. The assembly can then be lifted gently
away from its supporting arms.
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2-5. G Board Removal
2-6. D2 Board Removal
To remove the D2 board remove the two screws circled,
release the clips circled and ease the board gently away from
the support bracket.
Screws
Clips
2-7. D1 Board Removal
To remove the D1 board first remove the D2 bracket by
removing the two screws (one on each side of the bracket)
and releasing the four clips (two on each side of the bracket).
The D1 board can then be removed using the same method as
the G board.
Screw
Clips
To remove the G Board first remove the G1 bracket by
removing the screw circled and releasing the four clips (two
on each side of the bracket).
The G Board can the be removed by releasing the clips circled
and easing the board gently away from the support bracket.
Clips
2-4. G1 Board Removal
To remove the G1 board release the three clips circled and
ease the board gently away from the support bracket.
Clips
Clips
Screw
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2-8. Service Position
To place the chassis in the service position, remove the
speaker assembly box (see 2-2.), remove the G1 and D2
brackets and position on the side of the main bracket as shown
above. Insert the main bracket firmly into the T-slot located on
the left corner of the beznet as indicated (see inset). To gain
access to the underside of the boards follow the instructions
on page 19. [Removal and Replacement of the main bracket
bottom plates].
2-9. Wire Dressing 1
To avoid damage to the ground interconnecting leads from the
sharp edges of the heatsink they must be dressed as shown
above between the rear of the heatsink and the tuner.
2-10. Wire Dressing 2
The sheathed end of the ground connecting lead must be
plugged into the F3 board to avoid the possibility of the AC
mains power touching ground.
2-11. Wire Dressing 3
Ensure that wires do not touch heatsinks and high temperature
hotspots. All wires must be kept at a minimum distance of
20mm away from the EHT lead
20mm
20mm
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How to handle the Anode-Cap
1. To prevent damaging the surface of the anode-cap do not use
sharp materials.
2. Do not apply too great a pressure on the rubber, as this may cause
damage to the anode connector.
3. A metal fitting called a shatter hook terminal is fitted inside the
rubber cap.
4. Do not turn the rubber foot over excessively, this may cause
damage if the shatter hook sticks out.
Removal of the Anode-Cap
2-12. Picture Tube Removal
WARNING:
BEFORE REMOVING
THE ANODE CAP
High voltage remains in the CRT even
after the power is disconnected. To
avoid electric shock, discharge CRT
before attempting to remove the anode
cap. Short between anode and CRT
coated earth ground strap.
Coated Earth
Ground Strap
1. Remove Speaker Box assembly.
2. Discharge the anode of the CRT and remove the anode cap.
3. Unplug all interconnecting leads from the Deflection yoke, neck
assy, degaussing coils and CRT grounding strap.
4. Remove the C1 Board from the CRT.
5. Remove the chassis assembly.
6. Loosen the Neck assembly fixing screw and remove.
7. Loosen the Deflection yoke fixing screw and remove.
8. Place the set with the CRT face down on a cushion and remove
the Degaussing Coil holders.
9. Remove the Degaussing Coils.
10. Remove the CRT grounding strap and spring tensioners.
11. Unscrew the four CRT fixing screws [ located on each CRT
corner ] and remove the CRT.
[Take care not to handle the CRT by the neck.]
Anode button
a
REMOVAL PROCEDURE.
Turn up one side of the rubber cap in
the direction indicated by the arrow a
12 Using a thumb pull up the rubber cap
firmly in the direction indicated by the
arrow b
3 When one side of the rubber cap is
separated from the anode button, the
anode-cap can be removed by turning
up the rubber cap and pulling it up in
the direction of the arrow c
b
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REMOVAL AND REPLACEMENT OF THE MAIN-BRACKET
BOTTOM PLATES.
(1) REMOVING THE PLATES
In the event of servicing being required to the solder side of the A, D1 or G printed wiring
boards, the bottom plates fitted to the main chassis bracket require to be removed.
This is performed by cutting the gates with a sharp wire cutter at the locations indicated by the
arrows.
Note : There are 3 plates fitted to the main bracket and secured by 3 gates.
Only remove the necessary plate to gain access to the printed wiring board.
(2) REFITTING THE PLATES
Because the plates differ in size it is important that the correct plates are refitted in their original
location.
Please note that the plates need to be rotated 180 degrees from their cut position to allow the
tabs to be fitted into their catch positions.
Tab
Catch
For safety reasons, on no account should the plates be removed
and not refitted after servicing.
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When complete readjustment is necessary or a new picture tube
is installed, carry out the following adjustments.
Unless there are specific instructions to the contrary, carry out
these adjustments with the rated power supply.
Unless there are specific instructions to the contrary, set the
controls and switches to the following settings :
Contrast .................................. normal
Brightness .................................. normal
Preparation :
1. In order to reduce the influence of geomagnetism on the set’s
picture tube, face it in an easterly or westerly direction.
2. Switch on the TV set’s power and degauss with a degausser.
(1) Adjustment of Correction Magnet for Y-Splitting Axis.
1. Input a crosshatch signal from the pattern generator.
2. Set the Picture control to minimum and confirm that the
Brightness control is set to normal.
3. Position the neck assembly as indicated in Fig.3-3.
4. Loosen the deflection yoke fixing screw.
5. Move the deflection yoke as far forward as is possible.
6. Adjust the upper and lower pin symmetrically by opening or
closing the Y-splitting axis correction magnets located on the
neck assembly. [See Fig 3-2]
7. Return the deflection yoke to its original position and re-tighten
its fixing screw.
Carry out the adjustments in the following order :
3-1. Beam Landing and Geometry.
3-2. Convergence.
3-3. Focus.
3-4. White Balance.
Note : Test equipment required.
1. Color bar/pattern generator.
2. Degausser.
3. Oscilloscope.
4. Digital multimeter.
Fig.3-1
(2) Landing and Geometry
Note : Before carrying out the following adjustments adjust the
magnets as indicated on page 21 [See Fig.3-4].
1. Input a crosshatch signal from the signal generator.
2. Rough-adjust the focus and horizontal convergence.
3. Switch from the crosshatch pattern to an all-red pattern.
4. Move the deflection yoke backwards and adjust with the purity
magnet so that the red is at the centre and it aligns
symmetrically [See Fig.3-5].
5. Move the deflection yoke forward to the point where the entire
screen just becomes red [Mark its position].
6. Move the deflection yoke further forward until the screen just
changes colour at the edges. [Mark its position].
7. Position the deflection yoke between the two marks indicated
above.
8. Input a crosshatch pattern from the pattern generator and rotate
the deflection yoke so that the horizontal lines are parallel with
the top and bottom of the screen.
9. When the position of the deflection yoke has been determined,
fasten it with its fixing screw.
10. Once dy rotation and swing left and right for h linearity is ok on
cross hatch pattern, insert dy wedges. [See Fig.3-6].
11. Switch the pattern generator to green then blue and confirm the
purity.
12. If the beam does not land correctly in all the corners of the
screen, use disk magnets to correct it. [Confirm the corner
landing forgreen and blue].
13. Re-check geometry for landing magnet effect. Adjust using
deflection menu. [TT Mode].
Caution :
High voltages are present on the Deflection yoke terminals - take care
when handling the Deflection yoke whilst carrying out
adjustments.
Y-splitting axis correction magnet
Fig.3-2
Fig.3-3
SECTION 3 SET-UP ADJUSTMENTS
3-1. Beam Landing
Neck assy
Align the edge
of the neck assy between
the G2 grid and G1 grid.
G2
G1
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Fig.3-5
Purity magnets
Align pips on
each magnet
Fig.3-4
Align both Purity
magnets to the vertical
position
Purity control magnets
Fig.3-6
5 Wedges
required
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cd
Purity control corrects
this area
Deflection yoke positioning
corrects these areas
Disk magnets or
rotatable disk
magnets correct
these areas (a-d)
Disk Magnets
GREEN
BLUE
RED
(1) Screen centre convergence [Static convergence]
1. Input a dot pattern signal from the pattern generator.
2. Normalize the picture setting.
3. [Moving vertically], adjust the V.STAT magnet so that the
vertical red, green and blue dots coincide at the centre of the
screen.
3-2. Convergence
By opening or closing the V.STAT magnet, the red green and
blue dots move in the direction indicated below.
Note: Do not adjust the H.STAT by rotating the V.STAT
magnets as this can affect the focus setting.
B
G
R
B
G
R
Center dot
RGB
R
G
B
C1 Board
RV9001 (H STAT)
H STAT Convergence
(on mount side)
H STAT
convergence
control
V.STAT Vertical Static Magnet
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4. Correction for HMC [Horizontal mis-convergence] and VMC
[Vertical mis-convergence] by using the BMC [Hexapole]
magnet.
a). HMC correction by BMC [Hexapole] magnet and movement of
the electron beam.
b). VMC correction by BMC [Hexapole] magnet and movement of
the electron beam.
Adjust the HAMP using HAMPL and HAMPR registers in the
Dynamic Convergence section of the service menu.
HTIL correction can be performed by adding a THL correction
assembly to the Deflection yoke.
C < D C = D C > D C = D
R
G
B
C
D
C
D
R
G
B
R
G
B
R
G
B
VMC correction(A) VMC correction(B)
THL Correction assy
HAMP Adjustment
HTIL Adjustment
YCH Adjustment
HMC correction(A) HMC correction(B)
A < B
A = B
RG B
RG B
A > B
A = B
RGB
RG B
TLV Adjustment
H-TRAP Adjustment
The H-TRAP should not be adjusted unless absolutely necessary as it
affects the TLV settings.
+
+
+YCH VR
Deflection Yoke
+
+
+
TLV VR
Deflection Yoke
HTRAP VR
+
+
+
Deflection Yoke
A B
A B
A B
A B
C
D
C
D
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Y-splitting axis correction magnet
V STAT convergence magnet
BMC (Hexaploe) magnet
Purity magnet
a-d: screen-corner
convergence defect
ab
cd
Focus
Screen
c
a
d
b
Install the permalloy assembly
for the area that needs correcting.
Permalloy Assy
X-4387-214-1.
Convergence adjustment with permalloy
3-3. Focus Adjustment
1. Receive a cross hatch pattern from a video generator.
2. Adjust the focus control located on the flyback transformer to
the best level at the centre of the screen.
3. Check left and right x-axis vertical line thickness and adjust to
make them as thin as possible.
4. Considering x-axis and centre, adjust to make uniform.
5. If no cross hatch signal is possible, follow the next three steps.
6. Receive a television broadcast signal.
7. Normalize the picture setting.
8. Adjust the focus control located on the flyback transformer to
obtain the best focus at the centre of the screen.
Bring only the centre area of the screen into focus, the magenta-
ring appears on the screen. In this case, adjust the focus to
optimize the screen uniformly.
3-4. Screen (G2), White Balance
[Adjustment in the service mode using the remote
commander]
G2 adjustment
1. Input a dot signal from the pattern generator.
2. Set the Picture, Brightness and Colour to minimum.
3. Apply 165V DC from an external power supply to the R, G
and B cathodes of the CRT.
4. Whilst watching the picture, adjust the G2 control [SCREEN]
located on the flyback transformer to the point just before the
flyback return lines disappear.
Layout of each control
Note : If you are unable to adjust the corner convergence properly,
this can be corrected with the use of permalloy magnets.
White balance adjustment for TV mode
1. Input an all-white signal from the pattern generator.
2. Program the Remote Commander for operation in Service Mode.
[See Page 24].
3. Enter into the ‘Service Mode’ by pressing ‘VIDEO’ button twice
and ‘MENU’ on the Service Commander.
4. Select ‘Device Register Setting’ from the on screen menu display
and press ‘Right Arrow’.
5. Select ‘Backend’ from the on screen menu display and press
‘Right Arrow’.
6. Set the ‘Contrast’ to MAX.
7. Set the ‘R-Drive’ to 45.
8. Adjust the ‘G-Drive’ and the ‘B-Drive’ so that the white
balance becomes optimum.
9. Press the ‘OK’ button to write the data for each item.
10. Set the ‘Contrast’ to MIN.
11. Set the ‘R-Cutoff’ to 35.
12. Adjust the ‘G-Cutoff’, and the ‘B-Cutoff’ with the left and
right buttons on the remote commander so that the white
balance becomes optimum.
13. Press the ‘OK’ button to write the data for each item.
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SECTION 4 CIRCUIT ADJUSTMENTS
4-1. Electrical Adjustments
Service adjustments to this model can be performed using the
supplied remote Commander RM-939.
3. Press 99999. All three LED’s should light.
The remote commander is now set to Service Mode.
4. To return the remote commander to normal operation mode
repeat steps 1. and 2. then press 00000. All three LED’s
should light.
The remote commander is now set to normal mode.
Programming the Remote Commander for
Operation in Service Mode
Setting the TV into Service Mode
1. Program the remote commander for operation in Service
Mode as described above.
2. Turn on the TV main power switch.
3. Press the video standby button on the remote
commander twice.
‘TT ’ will appear in the upper right corner of the screen.
Other status information will also be displayed.
4. Press ‘MENU’ on the remote commander twice to obtain the
following menu on the screen.
5. Move to the corresponding adjustment item using the
up or down arrow buttons on the Remote Commander.
6. Press the right arrow button to enter into the required menu item.
7. Press the ‘Menu’ button on the Remote Commander to quit the
Service Mode when all adjustments have been completed.
Note :
·After carrying out the service adjustments, to prevent the
customer accessing the ‘Service Menu’ switch the TV set
OFF and then ON.
·Certain menu items are only available in production mode.
1. Press the VCR/TV/DVD button until the
TV LED lights.
2. Press and hold the yellow button for
approx. 5 seconds until the TV LED
flashes quickly.
The menu contains a list with all the available models of this software
to set up the TV set in an easy way. The selection of a model is setting
data for its features and hardware resources which cannot be detected
by the automatic power on H/W detection as well as a special model
byte to get an unique model identification for models which cannot be
differed by features and hardware resources (e.g. KD-32NS200 and
KD-36NX200)
Before data is set, the user will be asked if he really wants to set a
new model. If the user agrees, automatically the destination setting
menu is shown.
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gnitteSerutaeF
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Initialising Menu
Model Setting
Table.4-1
Indication of Model Compatibility.
Black:
If any data does not match to specific model, the model name is
displayed in black.
Green:
All data which is checked by model setting menu concurs to model
except model byte.
Red:
All data which is checked by model setting menu concurs to model
including model byte.
Note:
After selecting a model, it may be necessary to reset some devices to
get the correct data. (Treble/Bass Offset of Sound, deflection
adjustments, ...)
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:uneMtxeN:tceleS
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Basic Setting
Feature Setting
Table.4-3
Table.4-2
gnittescisaB
oNrcseDniMxaMataD
1G/B.sySFFONONO
2K/D.sySFFONONO
3L.sySFFONOFFO
4)KU(I.sySFFONOFFO
5)LRI(I.sySFFONOFFO
6noitpo.taNTXT143
7TRC9:61FFONOFFO
8refoow-buSFFONONO
9yb-dnatsotuAFFONONO
01retlif-bmoCFFONONO
11tedCYotuAFFONONO
21tedbmocotuAFFONONO
31elbaliavA2VAFFONONO
41elbaliavA3VAFFONONO
51elbaliavA4VAFFONONO
61elbaliavA5VAFFONONO
71epaTMACESFFONOFFO
81etuMdnuoS1VAFFONONO
gnitteserutaeF
oNrcseDniMxaMataD
1PAPFFONONO
2TAPFFONONO
3XEDNIFFONONO
4txeTeleTFFONONO
5GPEFFONONO
6beWeleTFFONOFFO
Device Register Setting
Table.4-5
Table.4-4
hctiwSoediV/oiduA
oNrcseDfeDniMxaMataD
11TUOVC0090
22TUOVC2090
3LRTC0OLFFOFFONOFFO
4LRTC1OLFFOFFONOFFO
51TUOCY2072
62TUOCY0070
7WSDCZFFOFFONOFFO
8ETUM3TUOAFFOFFONOFFO
91TUOA3073
012TUOA1071
11LEDPUORG6101361
213TUOA3073
31CLOV3TUOA4074
41FLOV3TUOA4074
51R/L3TUOA0030
61WS1DGNOFFONONO
71WS2DGNOFFONONO
811CNYS1011
912CNYS1011
021TNOCS3233
121OEDIV4034
221OIDUA0030
322TNOCS2232
422OEDIV4034
522OIDUA0030
623TNOCS2232
723OEDIV0030
823OIDUA1031
Table.4-6
dnekcaB
noitcelfeD
noitcelfeDtxE
ecnegrevnoCcimanyD
1redoceDruoloC
hctiwSoediV/oiduA
X-diM
X-diMLLPlanretxE
pihCyarrAetaG
dnuoS
RNlatigiD
ecnegrevnoCcimanyD
oNrcseDfeDniMxaMataD
1egnaR3603636
2tatSV7103641
3tatsH1303613
4lpmaH0403633
5rpmaH0403633
6YpU1303613
7YwoL1303613
8lpuY5403654
9rpuY1303613
01lwolY1303613
11rwolY5403654
21lpuwobM1303613
31rpuwobM1303613
41lwolwobM1303613
51rwolwobM1303613
61lrtCProCTFFOFFONOFFO
71niProCpoT1303613
81lrtCProCBFFOFFONOFFO
91niProCtoB1303634
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Table.4-8
1redoceDruoloC
oNrcseDfeDniMxaMataD
1LESKLC0030
2KLCSYSNOFFONONO
3KLCPSD3033
4LEDFFOFFONOFFO
5LLPFFOFFONOFFO
6KLCFER1031
7LESDA0030
8NOPLCDFFOFFONOFFO
9FFOPLCFFOFFONOFFO
01LESBMOCFFOFFONOFFO
11FFOWAFFOFFONOFFO
21EDOMSYS00510
31MROFGIS2105121
41VELPILC0030
51RNY0030
61RNC0030
71EDOMKLB2032
81VELY2010552201
91VELC8010552801
02VELDSO0030
12SERDSOFFOFFONOFFO
22ROCPHS0030
322PUF1031
42JDAYLDCY60516
52DEPA0030
62NARTCD0030
72PHSBUS90519
82QEY3073
92OFPHSNOFFONONO
03KTADPA0030
13DLHDPA0030
23AERADPA0030
33SIHDPA0030
43CTRTCD0030
53CTPLCD0030
63SOPPLC70517
73QEC0030
83FPBC0030
93PARTFIDCFFOFFONOFFO
04CTPESSFFOFFONOFFO
14BMOCTNI0030
24EUHBUS70517
34NILRGPLC0030
44GPADAPLCFFOFFONOFFO
54ECILSSH0030
64ECILSSV1031
74CTPITS1031
84FPLCNYSNOFFONONO
94LIFCNYSFFOFFONOFFO
05NIAGCFA1031
15NIAGWOL1031
25PUDPSCFANOFFONONO
35OCWOLNOFFONONO
45OCHGIH0030
551EDOMDC0030
652EDOMDCFFOFFONOFFO
)tnoc(1redoceDruoloC
oNrcseDfeDniMxaMataD
753EDOMDCFFOFFONOFFO
85SOPSH50515
95DNLRHTNFFOFFONOFFO
06VELECILS00130
16AERAPUFFOFFONOFFO
26NIHTPUFFOFFONOFFO
36J941XFFOFFONOFFO
46CTSMDFFOFFONOFFO
56TSNIFFOFFONOFFO
66LVLRPUNOFFONONO
76LVLSFOFFOFFONOFFO
86TSFOLSFFOFFONOFFO
9634MORF2032
07EDIWMORF2032
17SELTITRF2032
27LFPLNOFFONONO
37TESERWAFFOFFONOFFO
471EPOLSOTD005520
572EPOLSOTD005520
673EPOLSOTD005520
77CNACPUTES00510
87TNIV70517
97HPPLCTXE00360
08TUOTSETFFOFFONOFFO
18METSYSLOC80518
28EDOMBGR2032
38LESSYFFOFFONOFFO
48TEDNFFOFFONOFFO
58ECNAHNEV4074
68RNPFFOFFONOFFO
78QERFV0030
88BMOCNFFOFFONOFFO
98WSOTUAFFOFFONOFFO
09PARTMACESFFOFFONOFFO
19EDOMLLEBFFOFFONOFFO
29LIKMACES1031
39SOPDI2032
49DIWDINOFFONONO
59SYSLOC-EFFOFFONOFFO
69TUPNI-EFFOFFONOFFO
79KCOLH-EFFOFFONOFFO
89QERFV-ENOFFONONO
99SSW-EFFOFFONOFFO
001TESERTNIFFOFFONOFFO
101WS2CRS0030
201WSBMOC0030
301WSBGRFFOFFONOFFO
401KLBMACES1031
501LVLHNEV1031
601YLDCMCSFFOFFONOFFO
701DIMCSFFOFFONOFFO
801PDAMCSNOFFONONO
901EMITLLIKFFOFFONOFFO
011LVLLLIK2032
111SOPNK5075
211DIWDK70517
Table.4-7
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Table.4-10
Table.4-12
dnekcaB
oNrcseDfeDniMxaMataD
1no-RNOFFONONO
2no-GNOFFONONO
3no-BNOFFONONO
4loc-D0030
5wS-bWFFOFFONOFFO
6L-ammaGFFOFFONOFFO
7tsartnoC0403604
8mottoB-KLB3033
9euH8203662
01sixA-ruoloC1031
11ruoloC1303613
21leveL-ITC2032
31ssenthgirB5203652
41lbA-S0030
51ssenprahS5203652
61leveL-ITL0030
71evirD-R5303653
81timiLP0030
91evirD-G1403614
02edoM-LBA0030
12evirD-B1403614
22edoM-ITC0030
32thgirBbuS60366
42ammaG1031
52ffotuC-R1303613
62edoM-ITL1031
72ffotuC-G7203672
82leveL-CIPD1031
92ffotuC-B1303613
03narT-CD1031
13tnoC-buS80518
23lvL-2BGRL80518
33lbA-P5105151
43HT-LBA00510
53P.ffO-BC2303645
63P.ffO-RC9203611
73S.ffO-BC4503636
83S.ffO-RC103636
93W-gnigAFFOFFONOFFO
04B-gnigAFFOFFONOFFO
14metsyS1031
24tesffo-Y70517
34leveL-MV1031
44OF.prahSNOFFONONO
54ffO-DCFFOFFONOFFO
64DC.prahS2032
74IF.prahS0030
84revO/erP2032
94roC-MV0030
05OF-MV2032
15timiL-MV3033
25yaleD-MV2032
35ruoloCbuS08-80
RNlatigiD
oNrcseDfeDniMxaMataD
1elbaTRN0070
21ccL00360
32ccL00360
43ccL00360
5leS_miLVU0070
6nORNBFFOFFONONO
7HYnORNBFFOFFONONO
8VYnORNBFFOFFONONO
9HCnORNBFFOFFONONO
01VCnORNBFFOFFONONO
11etaRtiB0030
21HesahPB0077
31VesahPB0075
noitcelfeD.txE
oNrcseDfeDniMxaMataD
1esahPFD5810552581
2esahPPQD5210552521
3raeniLdiM5310552531
4raeniLH0010552021
5pmacaPQD0510552231
6lvlcdPQD8410552621
7"63tneCH0055208
X-diM
oNrcseDfeDniMxaMataD
1SOPHM061-610
2SOPHS08-80
3LESSYD1031
4YALEDSYD7077
5DOMCNYSDNOFFONONO
6prahStxeTFFOFFONOFFO
7LLP.txEFFOFFONOFFO
8retliFH0030
Table.4-9
Table.4-11
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Sub Colour Adjustment
1. Input a PAL colour bar signal.
2. Connect an oscilloscope to CN9001 pin 5 located on the C1
Board.
3. Enter into the ‘Service Mode’.
4. Choose ‘Backend’ from the menu.
5. Adjust ‘Sub Colour’ data so that the right sides of the waveform
are of equal height.
Same Level
B-Out Waveform
V SIZE
V LIN
AFC V BOW
V POS
H POS
H SIZE
H PIN CUSH
H TILT
H UP COR
AFC V ANGLE
H LOWER COR
4-2. Volume Electrical Adjustments
Table.4-13
noitcelfeD
oNrcseDfeDniMxaMataD
1eziS-H4303643
2noitisoP-H5203663
3eziS-V1303615
4noitisoP-V1303682
5pmA-niP8103661
6niPC-pU7303614
7niPC-oL7303604
8woB-CFA1303672
9elgnA-CFA1303682
01esahP-niP8203652
11niL-V70518
21rroC-S805121
311-noitatoR1031
412-noitatoR5105151
51parT-H510131
61raeniLH0010552021
71pmA-raP-CH8303663
81pmA-raP-PM90517
91sixAniPpU2033
02sixAniPoL2033
12niaGniPpU1033
22niaGniPoL1032
32miT-bkA5101351
42ffO-KLBNOFFONOFFO
52ffO-BKAFFOFFONOFFO
62klB-pU40510
72klB-oL90510
82nO-VNOFFONONO
92cD-wEFFOFFONOFFO
03loP-cUFFOFFONOFFO
13wS-klbVNOFFONOFFO
23esahP-cnyS0030
33edoM-CFA2032
43wS-tsRFFOFFONOFFO
53klB-tfeL2503625
63esahP-plC3033
73klB-thgiR0303603
83etaG-plCFFOFFONOFFO
93klbHNOFFONONO
04tcepsA-V7403674
14wS-mooZFFOFFONOFFO
24wS-pmJFFOFFONOFFO
34llorcS-V1303613
44qerF-V2032
54nilV-pU00510
64nilV-oL00510
74pmoC-V00516
84pmoC-H00510
94cD-1waSV70517
05pmoC-niP7074
15pmA-1waSV00130
25pmoC-CFA0070
35cD-raP-PM3105151
45cD-raP-CH3603613
55wS-psAFFOFFONOFFO
65WS-vrDVFFOFFONOFFO
75ahP-raP-CH1303613
1. Enter into the service mode and select ‘Deflection’ from the
menu. The ‘Deflection’ adjustment menu will be displayed.
2. Select and adjust each item to obtain the optimum image.
Deflection System Adjustment
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Is available by pressing the ‘TEST’ button twice, OSD ‘TT’ appears. The functions described below are available by selecting the two numbers.
To release the ‘Test mode 2’, press 0 twice, press the TV button or switch the TV set into Stand-by mode. Pressing the two Local Control
buttons (+ and -) during power ON will also switch into ‘TT’ mode or from standby mode press OSD, 5, volume plus, TV.
In ‘TT’ mode, it is possible to remove the Menu from the screen by pressing the Speaker Off button once. Pressing the Speaker OFF button a
second time will cause the Menu to reappear. The function is kept even when the menu is not displayed on screen !!.
4-3. TEST MODE 2:
15 ffo/noyblodlautriV
25 ffo/noetumDSO
35 MVNnisecivresGPEteseR
45 kcehcxednI
55 ylnoesuerawtfoslanretnI
65 tsujdaesahpsucoF
75 tsujdalevelCDsucoF
85 ecivresnoMVNlanretxeotMVNlanretniypoC rotcennoc
95 lanretniotrotcennocecivresnoMVNlanretxeypoC MVN
06 noitcAoN
16 tsetkniltramS
26 )elggot(dnabesabmorfoiduaLmetsyS
36 erutcipehtotniMORmorfatadtesererutcipehtypoC MVNfonoitacolteser
46 ehtotniMVNmorfataderutcipjdalautcaehtypoC MVNfonoitacoltesererutcip
56 srorreteseR
66 )elggot(srorreerongI
76 )yrevoceRAMMElaunaM(VTDIrofdevreseR
86 noitcaoN
96 teserDIlanosreP
07 noitcaoN
17 LAPecroF
27 LAPecrofnU
37 noitcaoN
47 noitcaoN
57 tsujdaniPCU/pmAniP
67 tsujdaparT/niPCL
77 stesffonoitcelfedteseR
87 tfelecnalaB
97 thgirecnalaB
08 noitcaoN
18 ylno-ffO/nOyalpsidREBlatigiD(VTDIrofdevreseR )edomlatigidni
28 niylno-ffO/nOedomrotinomVA(VTDIrofdevreseR )edomlatigid
38 niylno-elggotK8&k2,K8,K2(VTDIrofdevreseR )edomlatigid
48 niylno-tluafedMVNlatigidteS(VTDIrofdevreseR )edomlatigid
58 VTDIrofdevreseR
68 gnittesledomlatigiD(VTDIrofdevreseR )edomlatigidniylno-elggot)D2EF/D6EA(
78 tsetsyeklacoL
88 raelc(noitidnocgnippihslatigiD(VTDIrofdevreseR )edomlatigidniylno-)esabatadenut
98 VTDIrofdevreseR
09 noitcaoN
19 edom9:41
29 edomtramS
39 edom9:61
49 edommooZ
59 edom3:4
69 -)tolsIC/renut(hctiwshtapST(VTDIrofdevreseR )edomlatigidniylno
79 )edomlatigidniylno-edomITC(VTDIrofdevreseR
89 yrevocerAMMEotuA(VTDIrofdevreseR )elbasid/elbane
99 rotinomrorreyalpsiD
00 ffoedom'TT'
10 mumixamerutciP
20 muminimerutciP
30 %03otemuloVenohpdaeh/rekaepsteS
40 %05otemuloVenohpdaeh/rekaepsteS
50 %56otemuloVenohpdaeh/rekaepsteS
60 %08otemuloVenohpdaeh/rekaepsteS
70 edomgniegA
80 noitidnoCgnippihS
90 noitcaoN
01 noitcaoN
11 tnemtsujdaerutcipbuS
21 tnemtsujdaruolocbuS
31 tnemtsujdassenthgirbbuS
41 noitcaoN
51 noitcnufcitamotuanoitatorerutciP
61 %05levelerutciP
71 rotinomnoitcudorP
81 noitcaoN
91 elbasid/elbaneedomnoitcudorP
02 noitcaoN
12 sutatsVTyalpsid,E,D,AnoitanitseD
22 sutatsVTyalpsid,itluM,BnoitanitseD
32 sutatsVTyalpsid,E,D,AnoitanitseD
42 sutatsVTyalpsid,UnoitanitseD
52 sutatsVTyalpsid,E,D,AnoitanitseD
62 sutatsVTyalpsid,itluM,BnoitanitseD
72 sutatsVTyalpsid,KnoitanitseD
82 sutatsVTyalpsid,RnoitanitseD
92 1tnemtsujdayrtemoeG
03 noitcaoN
13 elbasid/elbaneybdnatsotuA
23 2tnemtsujdayrtemoeG
33 noitcaoN
43 tsetedomneercS
53 sutatsVT,9:61>-<3:4TRC
63 noitaludomyticoleV
73 noitcaoN
83001CRDottesedomCRD
9305CRDottesedomCRD
04noitcaoN
14MVNesilaitinieR
243tsujdayrtemoeG
34dnuosAlauD
44dnuosBlauD
54dnuosonoM
64dnuosoeretS
74 noitcaoN
84nigriv-nonsaMVNteS
94nigrivsaMVNteS
05noitcAoN
- 30 -
Memo
- 31 -
5-1. BLOCK DIAGRAMS (1)
VM AMP
Q5400,5401
VM BUFFER
Q5402,5403,
5404,5405
VM OUT
Q5406,5407
VM IN
CN5444
Q.P -
Q.P +
QP-
VM
TO
A BOARD
CN1803
5
4Q.P -
Q.P +
1
2
3
4
7
8
QP+
CN5602
VM ( )
VELOCITY MODULATION
NECK
ASSY
1
A 1/2 ( )
AGC
YSUBOUT/FB
CN1001
TO
J3 BOARD
CN8805
18
17
14
13
11
7
6
5
3
36
35
34
33
31
24
23
21
19
50
49
48
46
45
42
41
40
39
44
43
26
25
10
9
CN7109
TO
B5 BOARD
CN4472
31
24
23
22
20
14
12
11
1
50
48
42
38
36
34
46
44
18
16
TO
SHEET
2
SCL
SDA
FM/AM
QSS
VIDEO
TU1001
ANALOGUE
TUNER
USUBOUT/INT-COL
MAIN-Y
MAIN-U
MAIN-V
V-PULSE
H-PULSE
VSUBOUT/C-SUB
VPSUBOUT/Y-SUB
SDA
SCL
RESET 100
DPIC
V100
U100
Y100
HP100 IN
VP100 IN
MS-SHUT-DOWN
AM
QSS
AGC MON
MAIN-L
MAIN-R
ATV-L
ATV-R
TV-L
TV-R
DTV-L
DTV-R
AV4-L
AV4-R
HP-L
HP-R
HP-MUTE
SCL1
SDA1
SCL
SDA
AV-LINK
AV4.Y
ATV-CV OUT
AV4.C
SUB-Y
SUB-C
CV-TEXT
MAIN-V
MAIN-U
MAIN-Y
H-PULSE
V-PULSE
FBLK
13
11
6
8
1
14
9
3
RIGHT
LEFT
MUTE
MUTE
IN S+
IN C+
STBY
STBY
OUT S
OUT C
IC1202
AUDIO AMPLIFIER
LEFT AND RIGHT
9 3
1
10
INPUT
OUTPUT
BOOT
STBY/MUTE
IC1201
AUDIO AMPLIFIER
WOOFER
4
1
10
15
14
0V PROT
DG CRY
SCL
SDA
PROT
IC1008
I/O EXPANDER
1
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
13
15
17
19
21
23
39
35
33
31
29
27
25
24
CN1000
1
3
5
7
9
11
2
3
4
1
3
5
6
7
1
1
3
1
2
12
13
CN2000
CN1602
CN1201
CN1202
CN1701
CN1999
CN1706
OCP
OVP
MAIN RY
DGCRY
LEFT SP
RIGHT SP
WOOFER SP
DISABLE
HM(1)
MS-SHUT-DOWN
HM(2)
INT-COL
HM(3)
AV-LINK
HM(4)
SCL0
SDA0
AUDIO RESET
VIDEO
RESET 100
TXTBLKBLK-MB
B-MB
G-MB
TXTB
STBY
TXTG
SCL1
SDA1
VSYNC
HSYNC
TXTR
SDA-DIG
VP100
HP100
AUDIO MUTE
R-MB
SCL-DIG
HP-R
HEADPHONE RIGHT OUT
HP-L
HEADPHONE LEFT OUT
AV4.C AV4 CHRONA IN
AV4-Y AV3 LUMINANCE IN
AV4-L AV4 LEFT IN
AV4-R AV4 RIGHT IN
SCL
SDA
DISABLE
HM(1)
HM(2)
HM(4)
HM(3)
AV LINK
TO
M2 BOARD
CN100
TO
H3 BOARD
CN907
TO
SERVICE
TO SUB WOOFER
TO SPEAKERS
SCL-TV
SDA
SCL
SDA-TV
CV TEXT
AUDIO
INTERFACE
AC-RY-LATCH
FBLK
INT-COL
SUB-C
SUB-Y
HSYNC100
VSYNC100
AGC
AGC
VIDEO
WOOFER
OVP
OCP
AUDIO DECODER AND AMPLIFIER,
VERTICAL DEFLECTION, PICTURE
ROTATION, DYNAMIC CONVERGENCE
TO
H BOARD
CN302
TO
G BOARD
CN6006
A 2/2 ( )
12
20
14
22
21
64
62
58
63
28
42
46
47
43
45
39
40
56
26
25
51
60
VM-OUT
DPDT-OFF
Y-IN
CB-IN
CR-IN
R-OUT
G-OUT
B-OUT
IK-IN
VS-IN
HS-IN
DF-PARA
MP-PARA
EW-DRV
HC-PARA
H-DRV
HP-IN
APL-IN
SDA
SCL
VSAW1
PRE-RGB
IC1402
35
VPROT
DPIC
Y100
U100
V100
VSYNC100
HSYNC100
2
3
21
33
34
36
37
53
54
56
57
60
TO
SHEET 1
27
28
30 3
5
7
IC1270
OUTPUT AMP
4 1
FL1270
QSS
69
72
71
AUDIO
AUDIO RESET
TV-R
TV-L
ATV-R
ATV-L
DTV-L
DTV-R
MAIN-L
MAIN-R
AM
IC1231
BACK END BLOCK RESPONSIBILITY
MONO IN (AM)
SC1-IN-R
SC1-IN-L
SC2-IN-R
SC2-IN-L
SC1-OUT-L
SC1-OUT-R
SC2-OUT-L
SC2-OUT-R
POWER ON
RESET
SDA
SCL
XTAL OUT
XTAL IN
IF IN
SUBWOOFER OUT
SPEAKER OUT L
SPEAKER OUT R
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
CN1903 H-PROT
HDP-OVP
AFC-PULSE
DF-DRIVE
ABL
AC-RY-LATCH
CN1807
CN1901
CN1805
CN1804
CN1803
TO
D2 BOARD
CN6801
TO
D1 BOARD
CN8616
TO ROT COIL
TO
C BOARD
CN5400
TO
VM BOARD
CN5602
1
3
1
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
8
5
3
1
4
1
VM
QP-
R-OUT
G-OUT
B-OUT
IK
DF-PARA
MP-PARA
E/W
HC-PARA
H-DRIVE
AFC-PULSE
ABL
XRAY
ROT-
ROT+
PRE-RGB
DF-DRIVE
H-CENTRE
7 5
IC1801
3 6
2 1
IC1804
3
7 5
IC1808
1
26
DF-DRIVE
DF-
PHASE
DQP-
AC-AMP DQP-PHASE
4
IC1811
1
2
IC1950
ROTATION (N/S)
4
DQP-DC-LEVEL
7
IC1802
5
ROT-
ROT+
HC-PARA
DF-PARA
10
IC1803
8
DQP-AC-AMP
20
12
3
7
9
21
H-CENTRE
DQP-DC-LEV
DF-PHASE
DQP-PHASE
MP-PARA
4
H-LINEAR
SDA
SCL
1
IC1701
VERTICAL
TO
D BOARD
CN8500
AUDIO DECODER AND AMPLIFIER,
VERTICAL DEFLECTION, PICTURE
ROTATION, DYNAMIC CONVERGENCE
- 32 -
5-1. BLOCK DIAGRAMS (2)
B5
( )
IC4602
52
53
51
26
54
27
31
32
30
34
33
35
39
40
38
42
41
43
45
44
CGEN
CLKINB
VDINB
HDINB
CINB0
CINB1
CINB2
CINB3
CINB4
CINB5
CINB6
CINB7
YINB0
YINB1
YINB2
YINB3
YINB4
YINB5
YINB6
YINB7
96
95
94
COUT0
93
92
91
90
89
85
84
83
82
79
78
77
76
IC4602
29
35
24
16
32
12
AIN6
AIN4
AIN3
AIN5
AIN2
AIN1
154
153
152
LIEN
CLKO
VSO
151
144
143
142
137
136
135
134
133
126
125
124
119
118
117
115
116
IC4401
DIGITAL NOISE REDUCTION (DNR)
COUT1
COUT2
COUT3
COUT4
COUT5
COUT6
COUT7
YOUT0
YOUT1
YOUT2
YOUT3
YOUT4
YOUT5
YOUT6
YOUT7
DICO(0)
DICO(1)
DICO(2)
DICO(3)
DICO(4)
DICO(5)
DICO(6)
DICO(7)
DIYO(0)
DIYO(1)
DIYO(2)
DIYO(3)
DIYO(4)
DIYO(5)
DIYO(6)
DIYO(7)
IC3100
DIGITAL CHROMA DECODER
HSO
COUT2
COUT3
COUT4
COUT5
COUT6
COUT7
COUT8
COUT9
YOUT2
YOUT3
YOUT4
YOUT5
YOUT6
YOUT7
YOUT8
YOUT9
CGEN
CLKO
VSO
HSO
DCOBC(0)
DCOBC(1)
DCOBC(2)
DCOBC(3)
DCOBC(4)
DCOBC(5)
DCOBC(6)
DCOBC(7)
DCOBY(0)
DCOBY(1)
DCOBY(2)
DCOBY(3)
DCOBY(4)
DCOBY(5)
DCOBY(6)
DCOBY(7)
VP-100
OUT
BUFFER
Q3116
BUFFER
Q3110
BUFFER
Q3120
BUFFER
Q3108
BUFFER
Q3106
HP-100
OUT
4
4
IC4402
IC4403
VP100 OUT
HP100 OUT
CN4472
11
12
23
24
38
SCL
SDA
BUFFER
Q3119
42
44
46
48
50
FBIN
BIN
GIN
RIN
CV/Y
MAIN IN
C MAIN IN
TO
A BOARD
CN7109
PICTURE DECODER, DRC,
DIGITAL NOISE REDUCTION
198
197
SCL
SDA
68
67
SDA
SCL
6
5
10
11
2
3
14
13
2
1
DOUT2+
IC4603
QUAD LOW VOLTAGE DIFFERENTIAL SIGNALLING
IC4604
DUAL LOW VOLTAGE
DIFFERENTIAL SIGNALLING
DOUT2-
DOUT3-
DOUT1+
DOUT3+
DOUT1-
DOUT4+
DOUT4-
7
6
7
2
4
1
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
DIN2
DOUT2+
RIN1+
RIN1-
ROUT1
A
B
OE
MS-SDI+
MS-SDI-
MS-SDO-
MS-SDO+
MS-SCLK-
MS-SCLK+
MS-SDIR-
MS-SDIR+
MS-BS-
MS-BS+
CN4475
DB09
DQ3
DQ2
DQ1
DQ0
ADDR11
DQ7
DQ6
DQ5
DQ4
XCAS
XRAS
153
152
154
150
151
139
138
136
137
135
133
129
134
128
149
148
140
147
126
125
127
124
123
90
89
154
67
153
151
150
152
149
122
100
117
102
DQ11
DQ10
DQ9
DQ8
ADDR9
ADDR0
DQ15
DQ14
DQ13
DQ12
ADDR2
ADDR1
148
147
140
10
11
9
14
13
19
20
36
35
46
48
49
47
25
15
16
18
17
27
28
26
29
30
39
40
42
41
31
32
38
37
7
8
DB08
DB07
DB06
DB05
DB04
DB03
DB02
DR09
DR08
DR07
DR06
DR05
DR04
DR03
DR02
DY09
DY08
DY07
DY06
DY05
DY04
DY03
DY02
V90
HD2
C540
XOC
RXI
XRST
DB09
DB08
DB07
DB06
DB05
DB04
DB03
DB02
DR09
XWE
DOM
XCS
ADDR10
ADDR3
ADDR8
ADDR7
ADDR6
ADDR5
ADDR4
17
15
16
18
14
6
5
2
3
19
21
22
20
23
12
11
8
9
49
48
24
46
45
32
31
29
28
30
27
43
42
39
40
DQ(3)
DQ(2)
DQ(1)
DQ(0)
ADDR(11)
DQ(7)
DQ(6)
DQ(5)
DQ(4)
XCAS
XRAS
DQ11
DQ10
DQ9
DQ8
ADDR9
ADDR(0)
DQ15
DQ14
DQ13
DQ12
ADDR(2)
ADDR(1)
XWE
DOM
XCS
ADDR(10)
ADDR(3)
ADDR8
ADDR7
ADDR6
ADDR5
ADDR4
DQ(3)
DQ(2)
DQ(1)
DQ(0)
ADDR(11)
DQ(7)
DQ(6)
DQ(5)
DQ(4)
XCAS
XRAS
DQ11
DQ10
DQ9
DQ8
ADDR9
ADDR(0)
DQ15
DQ14
DQ13
DQ12
ADDR(2)
ADDR(1)
XWE
DOM
XCS
ADDR(10)
ADDR(3)
ADDR8
ADDR7
ADDR6
ADDR5
ADDR4
DQ3
DQ2
DQ1
DQ0
ADDR11
DQ7
DQ6
DQ5
DQ4
CAS
RAS
DQ11
DQ10
DQ9
DQ8
ADDR9
ADDR0
DQ15
DQ14
DQ13
DQ12
ADDR2
ADDR1
WE
LDGM
CS
ADDR10
ADDR3
ADDR8
ADDR7
ADDR6
ADDR5
ADDR4
IC4203
DIGITAL REALITY
CREATION (DRC-MF) IC4201
16Mb SDRAM
VDMID
HDMID
CK54-OUT
SCL-MID
SDA-MID
XRST
139
138
137
136
135
134
133
129
128
127
126
125
124
123
122
57
58
59
93
69
80
81
60
DR08
DR07
DR06
DR05
DR04
DR03
DR02
DY09
DY08
DY07
DY06
DY05
DY04
DY03
DY02
FV
FH
PXI
FFSW
GAME
SO
SI
VSTILL1
DSB(9)
DSB(8)
DSB(7)
DSB(6)
DSB(5)
DSB(4)
DSB(3)
DSB(2)
DSR(9)
DSR(8)
DSR(7)
DSR(6)
DSR(5)
DSR(4)
DSR(3)
DSR(2)
DSY(9)
DSY(8)
DSY(7)
DSY(6)
DSY(4)
DSY(5)
DSY(3)
DSY(2)
IP(7)
IP(6)
IP(5)
IP(4)
IP(3)
IP(2)
IP(1)
IP(0)
12
11
10
8
7
6
5
4
116
115
114
113
112
111
110
109
125
124
123
122
121
120
119
118
135
134
133
132
131
130
129
128
37
29
20
16
143
142
140
137
136
2
2
2
FL4904
FL4903
FL4902
CK54-OUT1
SCL
SDA
IC4304
PANORAMA IC
DSB(9)
DSB(8)
DSB(7)
DSB(6)
DSB(5)
DSB(4)
DSB(3)
DSB(2)
DSR(9)
DSR(8)
DSR(7)
DSR(6)
DSR(5)
DSR(4)
DSR(3)
DSR(2)
DSY(9)
DSY(8)
DSY(7)
DSY(6)
DSY(4)
DSY(5)
DSY(3)
DSY(2)
IP(7)
IP(6)
IP(5)
IP(4)
IP(3)
IP(2)
IP(1)
IP(0)
HDMID
VDMID
SCL-MID
SDA-MID
PDACV
PDACU
PDACY
XRST
DRCCBIN7
DRCCBIN6
DRCCBIN5
DRCCBIN4
DRCCBIN3
DRCCBIN2
DRCCBIN1
DRCCBIN0
DRCCRIN7
DRCCRIN6
DRCCRIN5
DRCCRIN4
DRCCRIN3
DRCCRIN2
DRCCRIN1
DRCCRIN0
DRCYIN7
DRCYIN6
DRCYIN5
DRCYIN4
DRCYIN3
DRCYIN2
DRCYIN1
DRCYIN0
IOPORT7
IOPORT6
IOPORT5
IOPORT4
IOPORT3
IOPORT2
IOPORT1
IOPORT0
DRCVSIN
DRCHSIN
DRCCLKIN
IICSCL
IICSDA
AOUTCR
AOUTCB
AOUTY
XRESET
206
205
204
203
202
201
200
199
196
195
194
193
192
191
190
189
DIC00
DIC01
DIC02
DIC03
DIC05
DIC04
DIC06
DIC07
DIY00
DIY01
DIY02
DIY03
DIY04
DIY05
DIY06
DIY07
IC4605
LOW VOLTAGE HIGH SPEED
LINE FET SWITCH
SWITCH
Q4413
LEVEL-SHIFT
Q4402
LEVEL-SHIFT
Q4401
D(31)
158
159
119
161
160
148
149
152
151
153
155
157
154
131
164
165
167
166
129
120
130
121
122
132
133
41
134
35
34
33
123
124
128
125
32
31
29
117
118
39
54
53
55
50
51
48
116
113
112
111
110
109
108
106
105
104
103
100
99
40
28
27
26
24
23
22
21
20
17
16
15
14
13
12
11
45
42
47
39
40
37
34
33
36
85
31
83
80
79
82
76
77
75
11
10
13
7
8
4
3
5
26
25
27
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
24
23
22
D(30)
D(29)
D(28)
D(27)
D(26)
D(25)
D(24)
D(23)
D(22)
D(21)
D(20)
D(19)
D(18)
D(17)
D(16)
D(15)
D(14)
D(13)
D(12)
D(11)
D(10)
D(9)
D(8)
D(7)
D(6)
D(5)
D(4)
D(3)
D(2)
D(1)
D(0)
A(0)
A(1)
A(2)
A(3)
A(4)
A(5)
A(6)
A(7)
A(8)
A(9)
A(10)
A(11)
A(12)
DQ31
DQ30
DQ29
DQ28
DQ27
DQ26
DQ25
DQ24
DQ23
DQ22
DQ21
DQ20
DQ19
DQ18
DQ17
DQ16
DQ15
DQ14
DQ13
DQ12
DQ11
DQ10
DQ9
DQ8
DQ7
DQ6
DQ5
DQ4
DQ3
DQ2
DQ1
DQ0
A0
A1
A2
A3
A4
A5
A6
A7
A8
A9
A10
A11
A12
IC4602IC4600
D(31)
D(30)
D(29)
D(28)
D(27)
D(26)
D(25)
D(24)
D(23)
D(22)
D(21)
D(20)
D(19)
D(18)
D(17)
D(16)
D(15)
D(14)
D(13)
D(12)
D(11)
D(10)
D(9)
D(8)
D(7)
D(6)
D(5)
D(4)
D(3)
D(2)
D(1)
D(0)
A(0)
A(1)
A(2)
A(3)
A(4)
A(5)
A(6)
A(7)
A(8)
A(9)
A(10)
A(11)
A(12)
SDDAT31
SDDAT30
SDDAT29
SDDAT28
SDDAT27
SDDAT26
SDDAT25
SDDAT24
SDDAT23
SDDAT22
SDDAT21
SDDAT20
SDDAT19
SDDAT18
SDDAT17
SDDAT16
SDDAT15
SDDAT14
SDDAT13
SDDAT12
SDDAT11
SDDAT10
SDDAT9
SDDAT8
SDDAT7
SDDAT6
SDDAT5
SDDAT4
SDDAT3
SDDAT2
SDDAT1
SDDAT0
SDADR0
SDADR1
SDADR2
SDADR3
SDADR4
SDADR5
SDADR6
SDADR7
SDADR8
SDADR9
SDADR10
SDADR11
SDADR12
DRCYIN0
DRCYIN1
DRCYIN2
DRCYIN3
DRCYIN4
DRCYIN5
DRCYIN6
DRCYIN7
DRCCRIN0
DRCCRIN1
DRCCRIN2
DRCCRIN3
DRCCRIN4
DRCCRIN5
DRCCRIN6
DRCCRIN7
DRCCBIN0
DRCCBIN1
DRCCBIN2
DRCCBIN3
DRCCBIN4
DRCCBIN5
DRCCBIN6
DRCCBIN7
Y(0)
Y(1)
Y(2)
Y(3)
Y(4)
Y(5)
Y(6)
Y(7)
CR(0)
CR(1)
CR(2)
CR(3)
CR(4)
CR(5)
CR(6)
CR(7)
CB(0)
CB(1)
CB(2)
CB(3)
CB(4)
CB(5)
CB(6)
CB(7)
Y(0)
Y(1)
Y(2)
Y(3)
Y(4)
Y(5)
Y(6)
Y(7)
CR(0)
CR(1)
CR(2)
CR(3)
CR(4)
CR(5)
CR(6)
CR(7)
CB(0)
CB(1)
CB(2)
CB(3)
CB(4)
CB(5)
CB(6)
CB(7)
TO
MS2 BOARD
CN402
- 33 -
5-1. BLOCK DIAGRAMS (3)
1
5
R DRV
CN9001
VB
IC9001
RED-VIDEO-OUT
C1 ( )
J9002
V-IN
3
G DRV
VB
V-IN
IK
VB
V-IN
8
B DRV
TO
A BOARD
CN1804
2
4
4
2
4
27
12
7
12
7
12
IC9002
GREEN-VIDEO-OUT
IC9002
BLUE-VIDEO-OUT
IK
V-OUT
IK
V-OUT
IK
V-OUT
10
PICTURE TUBE
9
8
5
KR
H1
KG
KB
CN9002
5TO
D1 BOARD
CN8614
R.G.B. OUT
H ( )
15
20
21 14
17
11
AV-IN
RESET
BUTTON
VOL+
RESP LED
AV-LINK
10
9
8
22
23
24
28
29
6
VOL-
PROG+
PROG-
INT
SCL
SDA
OSC_OUT
OSC_IN
RESET
SIRCS 3
4RESP LED
SIRCS
1
2
3
4
5
6
AV-IN
RESET -BUTTON
VOL+
VOL-
PROG+
PROG-
1
3
5
6
7
X300
SCL_3.3
AV-LINK
RESET
AV_INT
SDA_3.3
D302
CN302 IC300 CN301
CN300
TO
F3 BOARD
CN2151
TO
H3 BOARD
CN909
3.3V
AV LINK
PROCESSOR
TO
A BOARD
CN1706
1
5
7
9
11
AV4 LEFT IN
AV4 RIGHT IN
4 3
2 1
VIDEO
L
R
CN900
CN907
3
J900
HEADPHONE
Y/C
HEADPHONE R OUT
HEADPHONE L OUT
AV4 CHROMA IN
AV3 LUMINANCE IN
H3
( )
FRONT AV INPUT,
HEADPHONE AND
CONTROL
SWITCHES
TO A BOARD
CN1701
S900
S901
S902
S903
S904
S905
1
3
VOL-
PRESET
TO H BOARD
CN300
CN909
VOL+
VIDEO
PROG -
PROG +
2
4
5
6
2
4
SWITCH
Q2150
STBY 5V
TO H BOARD
CN301
CN2151
RESP LED
SWITCH
Q2151
OUT
IC2150
GR
1
5
POWER
S2601
CN2603CN2601
2
1
F3( )
POWER SWITCH,SIRCS
RECEIVER AND STAND-BY
LED INDICATOR
TO
G BOARD
CN6001
D2150
VCC
3
SIRCS
8
18
1
22
PIN OUT
MP.PARA
EW
HD1N
IC8801
16
29
14
28
2
3
6
5
CN8500
MP-PARA
EW
H-DRIVE
AFC PULSE
CN8614
5
4
3
5HEATER
H-
V-
V+
HD1 OUT
HD2 OUT
LIN OUT
MP OUT
BUFFER
Q8010
Q8011
BUFFER
Q8014
Q8015
BUFFER
Q8507
Q8508
BUFFER
Q8503
Q8504
INNER
PIN
Q8105
LINEARITY
Q8106
HDT
T8101
HDT
T8100
LOWER
H OUT
Q8103
UPPER
H OUT
Q8102
HDT
T8202
TO
C BOARD
CN6005
D1 ( )
H+
6
2
1
CN8612
TO
A BOARD
CN1802
T0
A BOARD
CN1805
+B
+B
DY
ASSY
HORIZONTAL
DEFLECTION
DYNAMIC
FOCUS
T8901
D2 ( )
14
G2
16
FV
1
18
19
12
15
13
HV
17
8
9
7
10
5
6
4
3
11
HV
OVERSHOOT
PROJECT
Q6816, Q6817
SS RESET
Q6814,
Q6813
ABL
PROTECT
Q6807
6
1
3
DYNAMIC
FOCUS
Q8918
5
7
6
UNDER
VOLTAGE
PROTECT
Q6808
43
200V
1
3
2
7
5
6
1
2 3
BUFFER
Q6803
16
12
1
9
15
2
200V
Q6804,
Q6805
Q8909
AFC PULSE
DETECT
Q6802, Q6801
AFC
PULSE
TO
A BOARD
CN1903
CN6801
1/2
V SENSE
F/B
VG(H)
VS
VG(L)
IC6800
DF DRIVE
ABL
8
7
6
IC6801
IC6807
IC6803
CATHODE
REF
IC6802
T6800
4
5
HOP OV
HPROT
CN6801
2/2
TO
A BOARD
CN1903
DYNAMIC PICTURE
STABILISING CIRCUIT
- 34 -
5-1. BLOCK DIAGRAMS (4)
DGC
10
+6V
AU (+)
CN6001
RECT
D6102
AC IN
AC IN
TO F3 BOARD
CN2603
G ( )
POWER
SUPPLY
1
5
CN6002
CHECK
CHECK
1
2
1
2
3
CN6003
CN6004
PFC
PFC
1
3
CN6008
MAIN RY
DGC RY
TO A BOARD
CN1602
1
2
DGC
DGC
3
1
T6003
4
2
3
1
T6101
4
2
9
7
8
RELAY
SWITCH
Q6103
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
1
2
3
7
9
6
8
IC6001
MAIN BRIDGE
RECTIFIER
1V SENSE
2F/B
CT
4RT
8
9
VC 1
OCP
3
TIMER
7SS
6
18
16
15
14
12
10
VD
VG
VG (L)
VC 2
VS
VB
RELAY
SWITCH
Q6101
RELAY
RY6001
RELAY
RY6002
MAIN RECT
D6001
MOSFET
TRANSISTOR
USED BY
SWITCHING
CIRCUIT Q6006
MOSFET
TRANSISTOR
USED BY
SWITCHING
CIRCUIT Q6007
1
2
4
3
PH6001
T6002
RECT
D6010
RECT
D6016
1
2
IC6003
TO A BOARD
CN2000
6
5
CN6006
AU (+)
+135V
+200V
D6004
Q6104
Q6105
FOR CHECK
+11V
TO G1 BOARD
CN4601
CN6013
DE
IC401
QUAD HIGH SPEED
DIFFERENTIAL RECEIVER
MS2
( )
DD
DO
DE
1
IC403
SINGLE BUS SWITCH
IC402
DIFFERENTIAL RECEIVER
BS
A
D11
SWITCH
Q402
D409
5
15
13
14
9
10
6
7
1
3
2
2
4
7
8
5
MS-BS+
MS-SDIO
MS-SCLK
MS-INS
MS-BS
2
11
7
6
8
9
10
11
12
MS-SCLK+
MS- SCLK-
MS-SDO+
MS-SDO-
13
14
15
MS-SDI+
MS-SDI-
MS-INS
MS-SDIR-
MS-SDIR+
MS-BS-
CN402
CN401
2
4
6
8
BS+
CK+
CK-
DO+
DO-
DIR-
DIR+
BS-
CK
DI+
DI-
MEMORY STICK
TO
B5 BOARD
CN4475
TO
MEMORY
STICK
M2 ( )
100
97
11
12
5
121
7
8
105
102
9
103
37
36
10
34
35
33
26
24
27
25
23
28
P2.14
P6.5
P6.2
P2.8 INT. COL
P2.15 AVL INT
CVBSIA
BLANK/CORBLA
P2.10
P2.11 PROT
P2.12 AC ON/OFF
V SYNC
H SYNC
P2.13 VIPER WRITE
P5.0
AGC DEFEAT P3.2
RESET AUDIO P3.7
38
39
29
22
40
19
17
18
P4.3/A19
66
62
56
51
48
45
50
49
IC103
UDQM
MEMCLK
CLKEN
30
43
58
57
63
67
72
59
65
71
70
64
99
55
113
112
79
90
98
76
81
80
114
78
124
46
47
OUT IC101
TO
BOARD A
CN1000
CN100/1
1
4
6
7
8
10
17
20
21
22
26
28
33
40
35
CS DISABLE
KEY2/SCL3.3
KEY1/SCL3.3
INT-COL
RESET
AVL-INT
CVBS IN (TXT)
TXT BLK
RESET
TXTB
PROT
AC-ON/OFF
VP100
HP100
P2(13)
CS DISABLE
4
5
2
10
7
11
45
47
44
50
48
51
13
39
53
37
38
DQ0
DQ1
DQ2
DQ3
DQ4
DQ5
DQ6
DQ8
DQ9
DQ10
DQ11
DQ12
DQ13
DQ14
DQ15
DQ7
DQM
CLK
CKE
A0
A1
A2
CLKINB
IC105
16
15
35
20
21
17
31
32
33
34
22
24
25
26
29
30
23
IC104
8
42
15
17
31
25
19
27
18
20
16
26
22
28
32
23
30
14
12
Q7
Q0
Q1
Q2
Q3
Q4
Q5
Q6
Q8
Q9
Q10
Q11
Q12
Q13
Q14
Q15
NC
/E1
/G
IC107
3
2
44
40
39
38
35
5
4
43
42
41
10
9
8
7
6
11
21
29
18
37
36
5
6
7
CN100/2
TO
BOARD A
CN1000
5
15
19
23
24
25
27
39AUDIO-MUTE
TXTR
TXTG
ST.BY
TXTB
RESET 100
RESET AUDIO
MS SHUT DOWN
AGC-MON
AGC-DEFEAT
WP
SCL1
SDA1
A3
A4
A5
A6
A7
A8
A9
A10
A11
BA0/A12
BA1/A13
/RAS
/CAS
LDQM
/WE
D(0)
D(1)
D(2)
D(3)
D(4)
D(5)
D(6)
D(8)
D(9)
D(10)
D(11)
D(12)
D(13)
D(14)
D(15)
D(7)
D(7) A0
A1
A2
A3
A4
A5
A6
A7
A8
A9
A10
A11
A12
A13
A14
A15
A16
A19
A18
A17
A(0)
A(1)
A(2)
A(3)
A(4)
A(5)
A(6)
A(7)
A(8)
A(9)
A(10)
A(11)
A(12)
A(13)
A(14)
A(15)
A(16)
A(19)
A(18)
A(17)
A(0)
A(1)
A(2)
A(3)
A(4)
A(5)
A(6)
A(7)
A(8)
A(9)
A(10)
A(11)
A(12)
A(13)
A(14)
A(15)
A(16)
A(19)
A(18)
A(17)
P4.2/A18
P4.1/A17
P4.3/A16
A15/CAS
A14/RAS
RESET 100 P3.6
B
STDBY P3.4
AUDIO MUTE P3.5
3.12
P6.3
P6.4
G
R
D(0)
D(1)
D(2)
D(3)
D(4)
D(5)
D(6)
D(8)
D(9)
D(10)
D(11)
D(12)
D(13)
D(14)
D(15)
D0
D1
D2
D3
D4
D5
D6
D8
D9
D10
D11
D12
D13
D14
D15
/WE
LDQM
CSROM
RD
MICRO PROCESSOR
AND TEXT DECODER
G1
( )
DIGITAL POWER
SUPPLY AND TIMER
RECORD FUNCTION
RELAY KICK VCC
15
14
13
12
11
10
TO A BOARD
CN1604
9
7
8
9
3
2
1
1
4
SWITCH
Q4600
1
2
4
3 3
CN4601
TO G BOARD
CN6013
1
2
AC IN
AC IN
D4600
T4601
IC4600
16
IC4601
IC4602
ACT PWR RELAY
CN4602
C
CN4600
TO
POWER
CORD
- 35 -
5-1. BLOCK DIAGRAMS (5)
5-2. CIRCUIT BOARD LOCATION
5-3. SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS AND
PRINTED WIRING BOARDS
Note :
All capacitors are in µF unless otherwise noted.
pF : µµF 50WV or less are not indicated except for
electrolytic types.
Indication of resistance, which does not have one for
rating electrical power, is as follows.
Pitch : 5mm
Electrical power rating : 1/4W
Chip resistors are 1/10W
All resistors are in ohms.
k = 1000 ohms, M = 1000,000 ohms
: nonflammable resistor.
: fusible resistor.
: internal component.
: panel designation or adjustment for repair.
All variable and adjustable resistors have
characteristic curve B, unless otherwise noted.
All voltages are in Volts.
Readings are taken with a 10Mohm digital mutimeter.
Readings are taken with a color bar input signal.
Voltage variations may be noted due to normal production
tolerences.
•: B + bus.
: B - bus.
: RF signal path.
: earth - ground.
: earth - chassis.
Reference Information
RESISTOR RN : METAL FILM
RC : SOLID
FPRD : NON FLAMMABLE CARBON
FUSE : NON FLAMMABLE FUSIBLE
RS : NON FLAMMABLE METAL OXIDE
RB : NON FLAMMABLE CEMENT
RW : NON FLAMMABLE WIREWOUND
: ADJUSTMENT RESISTOR
COIL LF-8L : MICRO INDUCTOR
CAPACITOR TA : TANTALUM
PS : STYROL
PP : POLYPROPYLENE
PT : MYLAR
MPS : METALIZED POLYESTER
MPP : METALIZED POLYPROPYLENE
ALB : BIPOLAR
ALT : HIGH TEMPERATURE
ALR : HIGH RIPPLE
Les composants identifiés par une trame et
par une marque sont d'une importance
critique pour la sécurité. Ne les remplacer
que par des pièces de numéro spécifié.
specified.
Note :
The components identified by shading
and marked are critical for safety.
Replace only with the part numbers
specified in the parts list.
Note :
CVM Board
A Board
S1 Board
VM
C
H
D1 A
J
A2
N
D
A1
D2
C
A
VM Board
C1 Board
A Board
M2 Board
G Board
H Board
F3 Board
D2 Board
D1 Board
B5 Board
J3 Board
MS2 Board
H3 Board
G1 Board
J3 ( )
36
25
32
29
18
60
2
38
33
26
39
19
41
RTV
(R2)AV1-R
LTV
(L2)AV1-L
IC1402
9
58
34
27
37
30
TO A BOARD
CN1001
3
62
61
57
50
48
AV3(4)
V-OUT(6)
V/Y-IN(7)
F BLK
Y MAIN IN
AV3
AV2
CN8806
AV1
45
43
40
29
24
23
22
37
36
32
28
16
15
11
8
2
1
R-TV(1)
R-IN(2)
MODE-1(1)
GREEN-IN(2)
RED-IN(3)
BLK(4)
BLUE-AV2
GREEN-AV2
RED-AV2
FBLK-AV2
R-OUT(9)
R-IN(10)
L-OUT(11)
MODE-2(2)
ROT+
R-OUT(5)
L-OUT(7)
L-IN(8)
MODE-3
AV SCART I/O
SWITCHING AND
SOCKETS
3
6
7
19
20
L-TV(3)
L-IN(4)
BLUE-IN(7)
V-OUT(2)
V-IN(3)
27
41
L-IN(12)
AV3(3)
R-IN(6)
AV LINK
44
52
7
9
10
16
17
18
19
21
23
24
33
34
36
39
35
40
41
42
45
46
50
U MAIN IN
V MAIN IN
D-CVBS IN
AV4-C IN
ATV-CV IN
AV4-Y IN
AV LINK
SDA
SCL
HP-R OUT
HP-L OUT
AV4-R IN
11
CVBS TXT
AV4-L IN
DTV-R IN
DTV-L IN
TV-R IN
TV-L IN
MAIN-R IN
MAIN-L IN
AM
CN8805
43
54
40
35
28
20
8
7
6
14
4
3
15
2
12
11
10
5
2
1
2
3
5
13
14
IC8810
MAIN COLOR DECODER
IC8806
MAIN AUDIO/VIDEO SWITCH
AMP
Q9213
AMP
Q9212
AMP
Q9211
IC8809
????????????
AMP
Q8823 12
15
4
14
15
62
64
15
14
SWITCH
Q8835
49
51
56
52
13 6
3
7
6 3
124
23
IC8800
PORT EXPANDER
IC8801
HP OUT
J8800
L IN
R IN R OUT
L OUT
DA2 SWO
SDA
SCL
BLK-OUT
DA4
DA1
V-IN-2-R
V-IN-2-G
V-IN-2-B
BLK-2
V-IN-1-R
V-IN-1-G
V-IN-1-B
BLK-1
SEL
V-IN-1-B
(C3)AV4-C
HP L OUT3
HP R OUT3
SDA
SCL
TV
SUB TV
(CVIN1)
AV3-V(Y2)
(C2)AV3-C
MODE1
TV OUT(AV1)
(RO1) MAIN-R OUT
AV1-V(CVIN2)
(RO5)AV4-R
(L5)AV4-L
MODE2
(LO1)MAIN-L OUT
(CVO2)VIDEO OUT
AV3-V(Y3)
(RO2)AV2-R OUT
(R2)AV1-R
(LO2)AV2-L
(L3)AV2-L
MODE3
AV2 OUT(CVO1)
AV2-V(Y1)
(R4)AV3-R
(L4)AV3-L
(R1)SUBTU-R
(L1)SUBTU-L
SW-CVBSDCVBS
AV1CVBS
6V-PIN8
ACVBS
ACVBS
DCVBS
MODE-3(3)
PINAV3
ABCDE F GHI JKLMN
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
- 36 -
~ A Printed Wiring Board Conductor side A ~
ABCDE F GHI JKLMN
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
- 37 -
~ A Printed Wiring Board Conductor side B ~
- 38 -
~ A Board Waveforms ~
10us/div
10us/div20us/div
10us/div
2ms/div
TP4
10us/div
10us/div 10us/div
750 mVp-p (H) 650 mVp-p (H)
5.2 Vp-p (H)
600 mVp-p (H) 1.8 Vp-p (H)
TP1 TP2 TP3
720 mVp-p (V)
800 mVp-p (H)
TP4
TP5 TP6 TP7
52.0 Vp-p (V)
TP8
10us/div
TP9
10us/div
TP10
10us/div
TP11
10us/div
TP12
5ms/div
TP13
5ms/div
TP14
2ms/div
TP15
10us/div
TP16
600 mVp-p (H) 2.8 Vp-p (V)
700 mVp-p (H) 580 mVp-p (H)
1.9 Vp-p (H) 2.0 Vp-p (H)
105.0 Vp-p (V) 1.7 Vp-p (V)
EDOID 4101D2-B6021D1-M1081D9-E4181D5-B2001Q2-M3021Q2-J7041Q8-E4081Q7-D
3001D1-F6101D5-E7021D1-M2081D01-E CI 3001Q1-M4021Q3-L0141Q7-C6081Q5-C
4001D1-G1021D2-K9021D3-N3081D9-D0721CI2-I6001Q3-K5021Q1-M3141Q7-D7081Q5-C
5001D4-D2021D2-K5321D4-H4081D7-D2081CI8-C8001Q3-L7021Q4-M2241Q7-D8081Q5-C
8001D01-N3021D2-J6321D4-H5081D7-C8081CI01-C0011Q5-N2721Q3-I3241Q7-C0791Q9-C
0101D01-N4021D2-I3041D7-D6081D7-D ROTSISNART 1021Q2-J2041Q8-E1081Q01-E1791Q9-C
3101D2-B5021D2-J6041D8-C1181D9-C1001Q2-M2021Q2-J6041Q7-E2081Q7-C2791Q9-C
feR )s( )g( )d( feR )e( )b( )c( feR )e( )b( )c( feR )e( )b( )c(
1071Q3.0-6.113.0-8001Q8.82.85.47021Q04.02.42241Q5.32.40
9081Q08.47.521101Q07.00 0721Q2.18.19.43241Q5.32.29.8
feR )e( )b( )c( 2701Q002.31721Q8.14.29.41081Q05.00.2
1001Q009.40011Q06.40 2721Q9.45.58.83081Q04.00.2
2001Q009.41021Q2.216.210 2041Q0.57.59.84081Q01.06.4
3001Q9.49.40 2021Q002.46041Q1.34.20 5081Q0.216.117.5
4001Q3.10.23.43021Q002.47041Q5.38.20 6081Q9.13.10
5001Q9.43.41.24021Q002.40141Q5.30.80 7081Q8.24.38.7
6001Q6.22.32.85021Q06.00 3141Q6.30.30 8081Q7.23.38.7
~ A Board Semiconductor Voltages ~
~ A Board Location Table (A Side) ~
~ A Board Location Table (B Side) ~
EDOID 8101D2-L3071D01-E6181D7-N1101CI2-M1081CI01-K ROTSISNART 2701Q1-M2181Q7-M
6001D3-L9101D1-M4071D01-G CI 2101CI5-K3081CI9-L4001Q4-E0721Q3-F3181Q6-M
7001D2-J0701D1-L5071D01-G5001CI4-M2011CI01-G4081CI01-K5001Q4-E1721Q3-G3791Q01-I
9001D9-B0121D3-L7081D01-K6001CI4-K1021CI2-G6081CI5-N7001Q1-L1071Q01-F4791Q9-K
1101D01-B1121D3-M8081D9-K7001CI3-K2021CI1-C9081CI6-N1101Q1-M3081Q01-K
2101D5-L9321D3-H9081D01-L8001CI1-J1321CI4-G1181CI8-N2101Q2-M5081Q01-L
5101D5-K1071D01-C0181D01-L9001CI3-M2041CI7-K2181CI01-H0701Q1-L9081Q01-M
7101D5-K2071D9-D3181D01-N0101CI2-K1071CI01-D0591CI9-M1701Q2-L1181Q6-M
~ A Board IC Voltages ~
oNfeR oNniP )V(stloV feR
oN oNniP )V(stloV feR
oN oNniP )V(stloV feR
oN oNniP )V(stloV feR
oN oNniP )V(stloV feR
oN oNniP )V(stloV feR
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10
2021CI
80 2011CI57.31
2041CI
716.2
2041CI
140
2041CI
369.2
3081CI
128.4
2081CI
31.1
0721CI
98.4
6081CI
718.4
23.4-90
2007CI
10.7811.1240 467.2229.440018.4810
30.01010 2 6.2919.4343.3
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19.1320 55.1110
9081CI
12.9
40 113.030025.3440 2 1.1420 65.1219.026.3
50 210 4 3.1124.3542.436.3
1081CI
14.476.2318.036.3
63.31-310 5 4.6224.3645.343.228.589.8416.742.41-
70 410
2041CI
10 320.5748.352.432.6
8081CI
18.4
6081CI
18.452.9
83.51-512.5120420 844.462.44020.228.462.1-
90
7001CI
11.730528.4942.574.254.436.138.470.21
012.42041.3628.4054.386.263.44048.489.21-
112.5138.551.3729.0151.496.274.051.559.4
1071CI
12.1
213.4-43.661.3823.0254.3015.180.2163.469.428.41
312.515070920.5354.3112.2
4081CI
13.678.479.434.11-
413.51-
0101CI
16.2186.3037.5456.0214.223.489.889.442.41-
513.51-20.596.3133.1559.8319.433.4
0721CI
19.492.550
2021CI
10 30 016.3231.3653.4410 40 28.4010.2163.51
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