Sharp CD-C662 Service manual

Service Manual
K5 CHASSIS-DVD COMBO TV
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Safety Instructions
Technical Specifications
Remote Control
Preparations
Operating Your TV
Block Diagram
IC Datasheets&Specs
Pin Voltages of IC’s
Oscillosgraphs Of Some IC Pins
Electrical Adjustments
Channel Frequency Tables
Spare Part List
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1. SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
GENERAL GUIDELINES
1. It is advised to insert an isolation transformer
in the AC supply before servicing a hot
chassis.
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exposed metallic part a return path to the
chassis the reading should be between
4Mohm and the 20Mohm. When the exposed
metal does not have a return path to the
chassis, the reading must be infinite.
2. Potentials as high as 33KV are present when
this receiver is in operation. Operation of the
receiver without the rear cover involves the
danger of a shock hazard from the receiver
power supply. Servicing should not be
attempted by any one who is not competent
with the precautions necessary when working
on the high voltage equipment. Always
discharge the anode of the tube.
LEAKAGE CURRENT HOT CHECK
1. Plug the AC cord directly in to the AC outlet.
Do not use an isolation transformer for this
check.
2. Connect a 2Kohm 10W resistor in series with
an exposed metallic part on the receiver and
an earth, such as a water pipe.
3. Use an AC voltmeter with high impedance to
measure the potential across the resistor.
4. Check each exposed metallic part and
check the voltage at the each point.
5. Reverse the AC plug at the outlet and repeat
each of the above measurements.
6. The potential at the any point should not
exceed 1.4 Vrms. In case a measurement is
outside the limits specified, there is the
possibility of a shock hazard, and the receiver
should be repaired and rechecked before it
is returned to the customer.
3. When servicing observe the original lead
dress in the high voltage circuits. If a short
circuit is found, replace all the parts which
have been overheated or damaged by the
short circuit.
4. Always use the manufacturer’s replacement
safety components. The critical safety
on the
components marked with
schematics diagrams should not be replaced
by other substitutes. Other substitute may
create the electrical shock, fire or other
hazards. Take attention to replace the
spacers with the originals. Furthermore where
a short circuit has occurred, replace those
components that indicate evidence of
overheating.
HOT CHECK CIRCUIT
AC-Voltmeter
TO INSTRUMENTS
EXPOSED
Water pipe
(earth)
METALLIC PARTS
5. After servicing, see that all the protective
devices such as insulation barriers, insulation
papers,
shields
and
isolation
R-C
combinations are correctly installed.
2 K Ohm
6. When the receiver is not being used for a
long time of period of time, unplug the
power cord from the AC outlet.
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X-RAY RADIATION WARNING
The primary source of X-ray radiation in this receiver
is the picture tube. The chassis is specially
constructed to limit X-ray radiation. For continued Xray radiation protection, replace the tube with the
same type of the original one.
7. After servicing make the following leakage
current checks to prevent the customer from
being exposed to shock hazard.
LEAKAGE CURRENT COLD CHECK
1. Unplug the AC cord and connect a jumper
between the two prongs of the plug.
CAUTION
AFTER REMOVAL OF THE ANODE CAP, DISCHARGE THE
ANODE OF THE PICTURE TUBE AND THE ANODE CAP TO
THE METAL CHASSIS, CRT SHIELD, OR THE CARBON
PAINTED ON THE CRT WITH A HIGH VOLTAGE PROBE
AND MULTIMETER (SELECT VDC) AND THEN SHORT
CIRCUIT DIRECTLY TO DISCHARGE COMPLETELY
2. Turn the receiver’s power switch on.
3. Measure the resistance value with an
ohmmeter, between the jumpered AC plug
and each exposed metallic cabinet part on
the receiver, such as screw heads, aerials,
connectors, control shafts etc. When the
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TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
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Power source:
220-240V AC, 50-60Hz
Power consumption (nom.) :
73W
Standby power consumption :
2W
Aerial impedance :
75Ohm, coaxial type
Receiving system 1:
PAL BG
PAL SECAM BG
PAL SECAM BG DK
PAL I
VHF BAND I
CH2-4
VHF BAND III
CH5-12
CABLE TV
S1-41
UHF BAND
CH21-69
Receiving channels:
20”, 21”
Audio outputs :
7W RMS at %10 THD
21”
High Voltage :
25 ± 0.5 KV
21”
Focus voltage :
%25.6 ± %38 of EHT
Grid 2 voltage :
0-1400 V
Heater voltage :
6.2 ± 0.2 Vrms
Video/Audio Terminals :
AV1 IN
AV1OUT
AV2 IN
AV2OUT
AV3 IN (RCA, optional)
Ambient temperature :
5ºC-40 ºC Degrees
Safety :
IEC 65 /BS P2N
X-Ray radiation :
ACC. IEC 65/BS P2N
Disc formats:
DVD R, DVD RW, CD-R, CD-RW
Media formats:
DVD video, audio CD, video CD
(VCD 1.0/1.1/2.0), S-Video CD,
CD-ROM (MP3, JPEG)
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Video : 1 Vpp,75 Ohm
Audio : 0.5 Vrms, >10 Kohm
RGB
Video : 1 Vpp, 75 Ohm
Audio : 0.5 Vrms, <1 Kohm
Video : 1 Vpp,75 Ohm
Audio : 0.5 Vrms, >10 Kohm
RGB
Video : 1 Vpp, 75 Ohm
Audio : 0.5 Vrms, <1 Kohm
Video : 1 Vpp, 75 Ohm
Audio : 0.5 Vrms, >10 Kohm
: TV set is produced to receive “one” of these colour and sound systems.
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3. REMOTE CONTROL
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Special features
• Your TV can receive stereo channels directly (NICAM
optional).
• Automatic tuning system with country selection.
• 100 Programme Memory.
• Available for Cable Channels (A decoder may be required).
• Manual Fine Tuning.
• Child Lock.
• Return to the last viewed channel (SWAP).
• Spatial Sound effect.
• 16:9 picture format.
• S-Video connection (optional).
• Audio/Video RCA sockets (optional).
• Sound adjustment using one button (Smart control).
• Equalizer Sound Setup.
• Automatic Volume Limiting.
• Your TV set is equipped with an On-Screen Display system.
This system enables the user to see the functions on-screen
and to control them efficiently.
• Infrared Remote Control.
• Virtual Dolby Surround (optional).
• Dynamic Bass (optional).
• Multi language menu system.
• On Timer.
• Off Timer.
• Stereo headphone socket (optional).
• 2 Scart Socket: Video cassette recorder, satellite receiver,
video disc player,DVD, TV games or a home computer can be
connected to this AV socket with an appropriate connecting
cable.
• Channel naming.
• Teletext reception.
• Automatic recognition of the broadcasting format (4:3, 16-9)
via WSS feature.
• Channel editing.
• Quick Program Display.
• Alarm function (optional).
• Zoom.
• Freeze.
• MP3 Playback.
• JPEG display.
• Dolby Digital.
• Coaxial output (optional).
• Screen saver.
• SPDIF output.
• Last memory.
• Kid Safe mode.
(*): These features are not available in all models.
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4. PREPARATIONS
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MAIN SUPPLY CONNECTIONS
Connect the TV mains plug into your domestic mains
socket outlet (230 V 50Hz AC).
Press the Program up, Program down button or
Numeric Buttons on the remote handset to switch
• the TV on.
AERIAL CONNECTION
Using a 75Ω aerial lead connect your TV to the
aerial outlet in your home.
BATTERY FITTING
Insert the 2 AAA Batteries supplied into the
compartment on the rear of the remote control,
ensure you follow the polarity diagram inside
the compartment.
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PIN CONNECTIONS FOR SCART SOCKET
1- Audio output Right
11- RGB input, Green
2- Audio input Right
123- Audio output Left(Mono)13- Red ground
4- Audio ground
14- Ground
5- Blue ground
15- RGB input, Red
6- Audio input Left(Mono) 16- Blanking Signal
7- RGB input, Blue
17- Video output ground
8- Switching voltage
18- Video input ground
9- Green ground
19- Video output
1020- Video input
21- Screening
CONNECTING TV WITH VIDEO AND SATELLITE/DIGITALRECEIVER
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5. OPERATING YOUR TV
C. TUNING THE TELEVISION
A. SWAP FUNCTION
There are two ways of tuning your television:
• Manual, where you control the tuning process
or Autoprogram where the television does it all
automatically.
• The TV sets equipped with ATS (Automatic
Tuning System) sorts the channels regarding
the broadcasting system of your country
(optionally).
Allows you to swap between the
program you are watching and the
last selected program. i.e. If you were
watching Program 1 and
change to Program 11, press the
SWAP button to go back to
Program 1. Press it again to return to
Program 11.
Please Note
If the TV is set to a channel with no signal the
TV will return to standby after 5 minutes. The
time remaining is displayed on the screen.
Manual Tuning
Tuning the TV is accessed through the SETUP
menu.
There are two ways to access the SETUP
menu:
B. AV
Press theAV button to select your
For use when you are connecting an
external source to your TV (Video
recorder, DVD player etc.) via the SCART
sockets or RCA sockets.
Press the blue Setup button or Press
the Menu button and use the
Program down button to select
SETUP. Press the OK button to
enter the SETUP menu.
See ‘Connecting external equipment’.
Press the AV button to select your input as
follows:
2 Scart models:
1 AV1 when using SCART socket 1.
2 AV2 when using SCART socket 2.
3 AV2-S for S-Video equipment. (Optional)
4 AV3 when using the RCA sockets
of the TV. (Optional)
5 AV3-S when using the S-video socket and
RCA audio sockets of the TV. (Optional)
1 Scart models:
1 AV1 when using SCART socket 1.
2 AV2 when using the RCA sockets of the
TV. (Optional)
3 AV2-S when using the S-video socket and
RCA audio sockets of the TV. (Optional)
Please note
The system will displayed automatically on
SYSTEM row i.e.BG, L, I, DK depending the
receiving broadcasting system of the country. In
some countries the broadcasting system can be
both in BG/DK or BG/LL´. Only the TV sets
produced with Pal Secam BG/DK or Pal Secam
BG/LL´ systems can receive both BG/DK or
BG/LL´ broadcasts. In this case the user can
select the required SYSTEM using Volume
up/down buttons.
Press the AVbutton again to return
toTV
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Please note
If you do not press any buttons for 15
seconds the TV will exit the menu
system.
Tuning with channel numbers
Enter the SETUP menu by pressing
the blue button. Press the OK button
to enter the CHANNEL row.
In the Setup menu select PROG NO
and change to P1 using the Program
down button to select it and the
Volume up button to change it.
Use the OK button to select “S” for
cable channels and “C” for terrestrial
broadcast.
Use Volume up button to select the
channel number buttons.
Starting with Program 1, tune in the
first channel as follows:
Enter the channel number using the
Numeric buttons.
Use the Program down button to
select SEARCH.
Press the Program down/up buttons
to exit the channel row.
Press the Volume up or Volume
down button to start the tuning
search.
Use the Program down button to
select PROGRAM NO.
Use the Volume up/down buttons to
select the program number.
When the search finds a strong
channel signal it will stop searching.
The picture will appear.
Use the Program down button to
select STORE. Press the OK button
and STORED will appear on the
STORE line.
Identify which channel you are
watching (BBC 1, ITV 1 etc.) and
decide which program number you
want it to be.
You have now stored the first
channel.
Use the Program down button to
select PROGRAM NO.
Use the Program up button to select
again SEARCH and continue the
tuning procedure until you have tuned
in all the programmes you want or the
television can receive.
To exit the SETUP menu press the
TV/TX button.
Use the Volume up/down buttons to
select the program number.
Use the Program down button to
select Store. Press theOK button and
STORED will appear on the STORE
line.
Automatic tuning (Autoprogram)
Enter the SETUP menu as before.
You have now stored the first
channel.
Use the Program up button to select
again SEARCH and continue the
tuning procedure until you have tuned
in all the programmes you want or the
television can receive.
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Use the Program down button to
select AUTOPROGRAM and the OK
button. A list of Press countries will
appear. Select the desired country
using Program and Volume buttons.
Note: TV Guide information may not have for all
programmes. It depends on the broadcasting
and determined by broadcasting company.
Note: TV Guide is not displayed on the screen,
if there is not a provider in the saved channels.
When you are sure the aerial is
connected properly press the OK
button. Autoprogam will start.
To cancel Autoprogram while
isworking press the Menu button.
it
Your TV is now tuned and ready to use.
DATE: Date information is given by provider
channel. You can use the numeric buttons to
change the date.
Please note:
If auto sort fails to arrange the programmes in
the required sequence please refer to
programme table.
PROVIDER: Provider is the channel which send
the TV Guide information. You can select the
provider via this function. Press Volume
up/down buttons to select the provider and
then press "OK".
Fine tuning
Although the search and Autoprogram will
automatically try and tune to the best reception,
in areas of poor reception a bit of fine tuning
may be required.
In the SETUP menu use the Program
up/down buttons to select FINE
TUNE. Use the Volume up and
Volume down buttons to fine tune.
When you have finished use the
Program down button to select
STORE and press the OK button.
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STATION MATCH: The supported channels by
provider may not be defined automatically. You
can open this menu and define the provider for
these channels. Adjusting the provider just one
time is enough for these channels.
D. FEATURES
1-) TV GUIDE(Optional)
You can see the TV Guide information on the
screen by pressing "DOUB" button while a
provider channel or a supported channel by
provider is selected. The information of the
current and next programmes which is sent by
provider is displayed on the screen.
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DISPLAY INFO: If you want to see the TV
Guide information automatically while changing
the channels, this option should be open. In this
case, if you open the provider channel Mini
Guide occurs on the screen.
2-) PAT (Picture and Text) (OPTIONAL)
In the double window function, you can also
display the teletext screen in the second
window.
3-) PIP Picture Position Change
Press the POS button repeatedly until
desired position is achieved. The PIP
picture moves clockwise.
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6. BLOCK DIAGRAM OF E1 CHASSIS
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7. IC DATASHEETS&SPECS
7.1)VCT 49XYI
GENERAL DECRIPTION
The VCT 49xyI is an IC family of high-quality singlechip TV processors. Modular design and deepsubmicron technology allow the economic integration of features in all classes of single-scan TV sets.
The VCT 49xyI family is based on functional blocks contained and approved in existing products like
DRX 396xA, MSP 34x5G, VSP 94x7B, DDP 3315C, and SDA 55xx.
Each member of the family contains the entire IF, audio, video, display, and deflection processing for
4:3 and 16:9 50/60-Hz mono and stereo TV sets. The integrated microcontroller is supported by a
powerful OSD generator with integrated Teletext & CC acquisition including on-chip page memory.
Features
The VCT 49xyI family offers a rich feature set,
overing the whole range of state-of-the-art
50/60-Hz TV applications.
– PSSDIP88-1/-2 package
– PMQFP144-2 package
– Submicron CMOS technology
– Low-power standby mode
– Single 20.25 MHz reference crystal
– 8-bit 8051 instruction set compatible CPU
– Up to 256 kB on-chip program ROM
– WST, PDC, VPS, and WSS acquisition
– Closed Caption and V-chip acquisition
– Up to 10 pages on-chip teletext memory
– Multi-standard QSS IF processing with single SAW
– FM Radio and RDS with standard TV tuner
– TV-sound demodulation:
• all A2 standards
• all NICAM standards
• BTSC/SAP with MNR (DBX optional)
• EIA-J
– Baseband sound processing for loudspeaker
channel:
• volume and balance
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• bass/treble or equalizer
• loudness and spatial effect (e.g. pseudo stereo)
• Micronas AROUND (virtual Dolby optional)
• Micronas BASS
• further optional and licence requiring sound enhancements as BBE, SRS Wow and Micronas
VOICE
– CVBS, S-VHS, YCrCb and RGB inputs
– 4H adaptive comb filter (PAL/NTSC)
– multi-standard color decoder (PAL/NTSC/SECAM)
– Nonlinear horizontal scaling “panorama vision”
– Luma and chroma transient improvement (LTI, CTI)
– Non-linear color space enhancement (NCE)
– Dynamic black level expander (BLE)
– Scan velocity modulation output
– Soft start/stop of H-drive
– Vertical angle and bow correction
– Average and peak beam current limiter
– Nonlinear and dynamic EHT compensation
– Black switch off procedure (BSO)
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PIN CONNECTIONS AND SHORT DESCRIPTIONS
NC = not connected
LV = if not used, leave vacant
OBL = obligatory; connect as described in circuit diagram
IN = Input Pin
OUT = Output Pin
SUPPLY = Supply Pin
Pin
No
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
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Pin Name
GND
VSUP8.0AU
VREFAU
SPEAKERL
SPEAKERR
AOUT1L
AOUT1R
AIN3L/AOUT2L
AIN3R/AOUT2R
AIN2L
AIN2R
AIN1L
AIN1R/SIF
TAGC
VREFIF
IFINIFIN+
RESETQ
VSUP5.0FE
VSUP5.0IF
VSUP3.3DIG
GND
GND
VSUP1.8DIG
XTAL1
XTAL2
P22
P23
VIN11
VIN10
VIN9
VIN8
VIN7
VIN6
VIN5
VIN4
VIN3
VIN2
VIN1
VOUT1
VOUT2
VOUT3
Type
SUPPLY
SUPPLY
OUT
OUT
OUT
OUT
IN/OUT
IN/OUT
IN
IN
IN
IN/OUT
OUT
IN
IN
IN/OUT
SUPPLY
SUPPLY
SUPPLY
SUPPLY
SUPPLY
SUPPLY
IN
OUT
IN/OUT
IN/OUT
IN
IN
IN
IN
IN
IN
IN
IN
IN
IN
IN
OUT
OUT
OUT
Connection
(If not
used)
OBL
OBL
OBL
LV
LV
LV
LV
LV
LV
GND
GND
GND
GND
LV
OBL
VREFıf
VREFıf
OBL
OBL
OBL
OBL
OBL
OBL
OBL
OBL
OBL
LV
LV
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
LV
LV
LV
Short Description
Ground Platform
Supply Voltage Analog Audio, 8.0 V
Reference Voltage, Audio
Analog Loudspeaker Output, Right
Analog Loudspeaker Output, Right
Analog Audio 1 Output, Left
Analog Audio 1 Output, Right
Analog Audio 3 Input, Left / Analog Audio 2 Output, Left
Analog Audio 3 Input, Right / Analog Audio 2 Output, Right
Analog Audio 2 Input, Left
Analog Audio 2 Input, Right
Analog Audio 1 Input, Left
Analog Audio 1 Input Right/Analog 2nd Sound IF Output
Tuner AGC Output
Reference Voltage, IF ADCs
Differential IF Input
Differential IF Input
Reset Input/Output
Supply Voltage Analog IF Front-end, 5.0 V
Supply Voltage IF ADC, 5.0 V
Supply Voltage Digital Core, 3.3 V
Ground Platform
Ground Platform
Supply Voltage Digital Core, 1.8 V (main and stand by supply)
Analog Crystal Input
Analog Crystal Output
Port 2, Bit 2 Input/Output
Port 2, Bit 3 Input/Output
Analog Video 11 Input
Analog Video 10 Input
Analog Video 9 Input
Analog Video 8 Input
Analog Video 7 Input
Analog Video 6 Input
Analog Video 5 Input
Analog Video 4 Input
Analog Video 3 Input
Analog Video 2 Input
Analog Video 1 Input
Analog Video 1 Output
Analog Video 2 Output
Analog Video 3 Output
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43
44
45
VSUP1.8FE
GND
GND
SUPPLY OBL
SUPPLY OBL
SUPPLY OBL
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
80
81
82
83
84
85
86
87
88
VSUP3.3FE
P10
P11
P12
P13
P14
P15
P16
P17
P20
P21
SCL
SDA
VPROT
HOUT
HFLB
SAFETY
GNDDAC
VSUP3.3DAC
VSUP3.3IO
GND
GND
VSUP3.3BE
XREF
VRD
BOUT
GOUT
ROUT
SVMOUT
BIN
GIN
RIN
FBIN
GNDM
SENSE
RSW1
RSW2
EW
VERTVERT+
TEST
VSUP5.0BE
GND
SUPPLY
IN/OUT
IN/OUT
IN/OUT
IN/OUT
IN/OUT
IN/OUT
IN/OUT
IN/OUT
IN/OUT
IN/OUT
IN/OUT
IN/OUT
IN
OUT
IN
IN
SUPPLY
SUPPLY
SUPPLY
SUPPLY
SUPPLY
SUPPLY
OBL
LV
LV
LV
LV
LV
LV
LV
LV
LV
LV
OBL
OBL
GND
LV
HOUT
GND
OBL
OBL
OBL
OBL
OBL
OBL
OBL
OBL
OUT
VSUP5.0BE
OUT
VSUP5.0BE
OUT
VSUP5.0BE
OUT
VSUP5.0BE
IN
GND
IN
GND
IN
GND
IN
GND
IN
GND
IN
GND
OUT
LV
OUT
LV
OUT
GND
OUT
GND
OUT
GND
IN
GND
SUPPLY OBL
SUPPLY OBL
Supply Voltage Analog Video Front-end, 1.8 V (main and stand by
supply)
Ground Platform
Ground Platform
Supply Voltage Analog Video Front-end, 3.3 V (main and stand by
supply)
Port 1, Bit 0 Input/Output
Port 1, Bit 1 Input/Output
Port 1, Bit 2 Input/Output
Port 1, Bit 3 Input/Output
Port 1, Bit 4 Input/Output
Port 1, Bit 5 Input/Output
Port 1, Bit 6 Input/Output
Port 1, Bit 7 Input/Output
Port 2, Bit 0 Input/Output
Port 2, Bit 1 Input/Output
I²C Bus Clock Input/Output
I²C Bus Data Input/Output
Vertical Protection Input
Horizontal Drive Output
Horizontal Flyback Input
Safety Input
Ground Video DACs
Supply Voltage Video DACs, 3.3 V
Supply Voltage I/O Ports, 3.3 V (main and Standby supply)
Ground Platform
Ground Platform
Supply Voltage Analog Video Back-end, 3.3 V
Reference Current for RGB DACs
Reference Voltage for RGB DACs
Analog Blue Output
Analog Green Output
Analog Red Output
Scan Velocity Modulation Output
Analog Blue Input, Back-end
Analog Green Input, Back-end
Analog Red Input, Back-end
Fast Blank Input, Back-end
Reference Ground for Sense ADC
Sense ADC Input
Range Switch 1 Output
Range Switch 2 Output
Vertical Parabola Output
Differential Vertical Sawtooth Output
Differential Vertical Sawtooth Output
Test Input, reserved for Test
Supply Voltage Analog Video Back-end, 5.0 V
Ground Platform
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7.2)TDA 8357
GENERAL DESCRIPTION
The TDA8357J is a power circuit for use in 90° and
110° colour deflection systems for 25 to 200 Hz field
frequencies, and for 4 : 3 and 16 : 9 picture tubes. The IC
contains a vertical deflection output circuit, operating as a
high efficiency class G system. The full bridge output
circuit allows DC coupling of the deflection coil in
combination with single positive supply voltages.
The IC is constructed in a Low Voltage DMOS (LVDMOS)
process that combines bipolar, CMOS and DMOS
devices. DMOS transistors are used in the output stage
because of absence of second breakdown.
FEATURES
• Few external components required
• High efficiency fully DC coupled vertical bridge outputcircuit
• Vertical flyback switch with short rise and fall times
• Built-in guard circuit
• Thermal protection circuit
• Improved EMC performance due to differential inputs
SYMBOL PARAMETERS
Supplies
Vp
Supply voltage
VFB
flyback supply voltage
Iq(P)(av)
average quiescent supply current
Iq(FB)(av)
Iq(FB)(av)
Ptot
total power dissipation
Inputs and outputs
Vi(p-p)
input voltage (peak-to-peak value)
Io(p-p)
output current (peak-to-peak value)
Flyback switch
Io(peak)
maximum (peak) output current
Thermal data; in accordance with IEC 60747-1
Tstg
storage temperature
Tj
junction temperature
CONDITIONS
during scan
during scan
t ≤ 1.5 ms
MIN.
TYP.
MAX
UNIT
7.5
2 x VP
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12
45
10
-
18
66
15
10
8
V
V
mA
mA
W
-
1000
-
1500
2.0
mV
A
-
-
± 1.2
A
-55
-
-
+150
+150
ºC
ºC
7.3)MC14052B
The MC14052B analog multiplexer is a digitally–controlled analog switch.
The MC14052B effectively implements a DP4T solid state switch. This
device’s feature low ON impedance and very low OFF leakage current.
Control of analog signals up to the complete supply voltage range can be
achieved.
• Triple Diode Protection on Control Inputs
• Switch Function is Break Before Make
• Supply Voltage Range = 3.0 Vdc to 18 Vdc
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•
•
•
Analog Voltage Range (VDD – VEE) = 3.0 to 18 V Note: VEE must be _ VSS
Linearized Transfer Characteristics
Low–noise – 12 nV//Cycle, f . 1.0 kHz Typical
This device contains protection circuitry to guard against damage due to high static voltages or electric
fields. However, precautions must be taken to avoid applications of any voltage higher than maximum
rated voltages to this high–impedance circuit. For proper operation, Vin and Vout should be constrained
to the range VSS _ (Vin or Vout) _ VDD. Unused inputs must always be tied to an appropriate logic
voltage level (e.g., either VSS, VEE or VDD). Unused outputs must be left open.
7.4)AN5277(Dual Channel SEPP Power Amplifier)
The AN5277 is a monolithic integrated circuit designed for 10.0 W (26 V, 8 W)output audio power
amplifier. It is a dual channel SEPP IC suitable for stereo operation in TV application.
Features
• Few external components :
• No Boucherot cells(output C, R)
• No Bootstrap Capacitors
• No Negative Feedback Capacitors
• Built-in muting circuit
• Built-in standby circuit
• Built-in various protection circuits (Load-short, thermal, over-voltage and current)
• High ripple rejection(55 dB)
• Compatible with AN5275, AN5276
• Operating voltage range 10 ~ 32 V(26 V typ.)
7.5)ICE1QS01(Controller for Switch Mode Power Supplies Supporting Low Power
Standby and Power Factor Correction (PFC))
Features
• Line Current Consumption with PFC
• Standby Input Power < 1 W
• Stable Standby Frequency
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•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Low Power Consumption
Very Low Start-up Current
Soft-Start for noiseless Start-up
Standby Burst Mode with and without
Control Signal for lowered Output Voltages
Digital Frequency Reduction in small Steps
at Decreasing Load
Over- and Undervoltage Lockout
Switch Off at Mains Undervoltage
Mains Voltage Dependent Fold Back Point
Correction
Ringing Suppression Time Controlled from
Output Voltage
Easy Design In
Free usable Fault Comparator
Functional Description
The ICE1QS01 is optimized to control free running flyback converters with and without Power Factor
Correction (with PFC Charge Pump). The switching frequency is reduced in small steps with
decreasing load towards a minimum of 20 kHz in standby mode. This function is performed by a digital
circuit to avoid any jitter also with periodically pulsed loads. To provide extremely low power
consumption at light loads, this device can be switched into Standby Burst Mode. This is also possible
without standby control signal (for adapter application). Additionally, the start up current is very low. To
avoid switching stresses of the power devices, the power transistor is always switched on at minimum
voltage. The device has several protection functions: VCC overand undervoltage, mains undervoltage
and current limiting. Regulation can be done by using the internal error amplifier or an opto coupler
feedback. The output driver is ideally suited for driving a power MOSFET. The ICE1QS01 is suited for
TV-sets, VCR- sets, SAT- receivers and other consumer applications in the power range from 0 to app.
300 W.
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.
8. PIN VOLTAGES OF IC’S
0
45
GND
Supply Voltage Analog Audio, 8.0 V
8,13
1,35
46
Reference Voltage, Audio
3,67
0
47
SPEAKERL
Analog Loudspeaker Output, Right
3,72
0
5
SPEAKERR
Analog Loudspeaker Output, Right
3,72
6
AOUT1L
Analog Audio 1 Output, Left
7
AOUT1R
8
AIN3L/AOUT2L
9
AIN3R/AOUT2R
Analog Audio 1 Output, Right
Analog Audio 3 Input, Left / Analog
Audio 2 Output, Left
Analog Audio 3 Input, Right / Analog
Audio 2 Output, Right
10
AIN2L
11
AIN2R
12
AIN1L
13
14
Short Description
1
GND
Ground Platform
2
VSUP8.0AU
3
VREFAU
4
Short Description
ST-BY
0
Pin Name
V DC
Pin
No Pin Name
Pin
No
V DC
ST-BY
IC 101(VCTI)
Video-Controller-Text-IFAudio IC Family
0
0
VSUP3.3FE
Ground Platform
Supply Voltage Analog Video Frontend, 3.3 V
3,3
3,3
P10
Port 1, Bit 0 Input/Output
3,27
0
48
P11
Port 1, Bit 1 Input/Output
0
3,27
0
49
P12
Port 1, Bit 2 Input/Output
3,3
3,29
3,72
0
50
P13
Port 1, Bit 3 Input/Output
0
3,28
3,72
0
51
P14
Port 1, Bit 4 Input/Output
0
0
3,43
0
52
P15
Port 1, Bit 5 Input/Output
0
0
3,44
0
53
P16
Port 1, Bit 6 Input/Output
2,77
2,77
Analog Audio 2 Input, Left
3,7
0
54
P17
Port 1, Bit 7 Input/Output
2,79
2,79
Analog Audio 2 Input, Right
3,7
0
55
P20
Port 2, Bit 0 Input/Output
3,32
2,9
3,7
0
56
P21
Port 2, Bit 1 Input/Output
3,24
0,6
AIN1R/SIF
Analog Audio 1 Input, Left
Analog Audio 1 Input Right/Analog
2nd Sound IF Output
3,7
0
57
SCL
I²C Bus Clock Input/Output
3,3
3,06
TAGC
Tuner AGC Output
3,77
0,82
58
SDA
I²C Bus Data Input/Output
3,3
3,06
15
VREFIF
Reference Voltage, IF ADCs
2,42
0,9
59
VPROT
Vertical Protection Input
0,05
0
16
IFIN-
Differential IF Input
2,43
0,76
60
HOUT
Horizontal Drive Output
1,55
3,29
17
IFIN+
Differential IF Input
2,43
0,76
61
HFLB
Horizontal Flyback Input
0,65
0
18
RESETQ
3,29
3,27
62
SAFETY
Safety Input
0,03
0,43
19
VSUP5.0FE
Reset Input/Output
Supply Voltage Analog IF Front-end,
5.0 V
4,96
1
63
GNDDAC
Ground Video DACs
20
VSUP5.0IF
Supply Voltage IF ADC, 5.0 V
4,92
1
64
VSUP3.3DAC
21
VSUP3.3DIG
Supply Voltage Digital Core, 3.3 V
3,14
1
65
VSUP3.3IO
Supply Voltage Video DACs, 3.3 V
Supply Voltage I/O Ports, 3.3 V
(main and Standby supply)
22
GND
Ground Platform
0
0
66
GND
Ground Platform
23
GND
0
0
67
GND
24
VSUP1.8DIG
Ground Platform
Supply Voltage Digital Core, 1.8 V
(main and stand by supply)
1,85
1,97
68
VSUP3.3BE
Ground Platform
Supply Voltage Analog Video Backend, 3.3 V
3,28
1
25
XTAL1
Analog Crystal Input
1,71
1,7
69
XREF
Reference Current for RGB DACs
1,22
0
26
XTAL2
Analog Crystal Output
1,74
1,72
70
VRD
Reference Voltage for RGB DACs
1,24
0,95
27
P22
Port 2, Bit 2 Input/Output
3,27
3,26
71
BOUT
Analog Blue Output
4,66
1
28
P23
Port 2, Bit 3 Input/Output
3,27
3,26
72
GOUT
Analog Green Output
4,66
1
29
VIN11
Analog Video 11 Input
0,12
0,09
73
ROUT
Analog Red Output
4,66
1
30
VIN10
Analog Video 10 Input
0
0,09
74
SVMOUT
Scan Velocity Modulation Output
1,77
0,37
31
VIN9
Analog Video 9 Input
0,5
0,09
75
BIN
Analog Blue Input, Back-end
0,19
0
32
VIN8
Analog Video 8 Input
0,5
0,09
76
GIN
Analog Green Input, Back-end
0,19
0
33
VIN7
Analog Video 7 Input
0,99
0,09
77
RIN
Analog Red Input, Back-end
0,19
0
34
VIN6
Analog Video 6 Input
0,99
0,09
78
FBIN
Fast Blank Input, Back-end
0,07
0,07
35
VIN5
Analog Video 5 Input
0,99
0,09
79
GNDM
Reference Ground for Sense ADC
0
0
36
VIN4
Analog Video 4 Input
1
0,09
80
SENSE
Sense ADC Input
0,23
0
37
VIN3
Analog Video 3 Input
1
0,09
81
RSW1
Range Switch 1 Output
0,03
0
38
VIN2
Analog Video 2 Input
1
0,09
82
RSW2
Range Switch 2 Output
0,01
0
39
VIN1
Analog Video 1 Input
1
0,09
83
EW
Vertical Parabola Output
4,37
0
40
VOUT1
Analog Video 1 Output
1,08
1,49
84
VERT-
Differential Vertical Sawtooth Output
0,82
0
41
VOUT2
Analog Video 2 Output
1,08
1,49
85
VERT+
Differential Vertical Sawtooth Output
0,79
0
42
VOUT3
1,17
0,98
86
TEST
0
VSUP1.8FE
1,9
1,9
87
VSUP5.0BE
Test Input, reserved for Test
Supply Voltage Analog Video Backend, 5.0 V
3,71
43
Analog Video 3 Output
Supply Voltage Analog Video Frontend, 1.8 V
44
GND
Ground Platform
0
0
88
GND
Ground Platform
29
0
0
3,29
1
3,31
3,31
0
0
0
0
5,01
0
0
0
N.C
NOT CONNECTED
0
0
7
CH.2 OUT
CHANNEL 2 OUTPUT
2
CH.1 IN.
CHANNEL 1 INPUT
0
0
8
MUTE
MUTE
3
RF
RIPPLE FILTER
9
GND(OUTPUT) OUTPUT GROUND
4
GND(INPUT) INPUT GROUND
0
0
10
Vcc
Vcc
25,3 8,47
5
CH.2 IN
CHANNEL 2 INPUT
0
0
11
ST-BY
STANDBY
16,5 0,43
6
N.C
NOT CONNECTED
0
0
12
CH.1 OUT
CHANNEL 1 OUTPUT
Short Description
23,1 0,76
Pin
No
Pin Name
Short Description
12
ST-BY
ST-BY
1
Pin
No Pin Name
V DC
V DC
IC 301(AN 5277)
Dual Channel SEPP Power Amplifier
0
0,37 4,44
0
12
0
0
V DC
ST-BY
V DC
ST-BY
IC 602(ICE1QS01)
Dual Channel SEPP Power Amplifier
0
0
5
OFC
OVERVOLTAGE FAULT
COMPARATOR
0
0
1,3
9,06
6
GND
GROUND
0
0
RZI
REGULATION AND ZERO CROSSING
INPUT
1,35 0,04
7
OUT
OUTPUT
1,79
0
SRC
SOFT-START AND REGULATION
CPACITOR
8
Vcc
SUPPLY VOLTAGE
11,4 10,1
Pin
No Pin Name
Short Description
1
N.C
NOT CONNECTED
2
PCS
PRIMARY CURRENT SIMULATION
3
4
2,76 0,34
Pin
No
Pin Name
Short Description
Pin Name
Short Description
ST-BY
Pin
No
V DC
Short Description
ST-BY
Pin
No Pin Name
V DC
IC 501(TDA 8357)
VERTICAL DEFLECTION
1
INA
INPUT A
0,79
0
6
Vfb
FLAYBACK SUPPLY COLTAGE
46,5
0
2
INB
INPUT B
0,77
0
7
OUTA
OUTPUT A
6,46
0
3
Vp
SUPPLY VOLTAGE
12,4
0
8
GUARD
GUARD OUTPUT
0,25
0
4
OUTB
OUTPUT B
6,5
0
9
FEEDB
FEEDBACK INPUT
6,55
0
5
GND
GROUND
0
0
30
9. OSCILLOSGRAPHS OF SOME IC PINS
.
Note : A pattern Generator is connected to the TV (Colour Bar, sound 1 kHZ)
9.1
VCTI-IC 101
Pin 02, Supply Voltage Analog Audio, 15625 kHz
Pin 06, Analog Audio 1 Output, Left, 15625 kHz
Pin 07, Analog Audio Output, Right, 15625 kHz
Pin 08, Analog Audio 3 Input,Left, 15625 kHz
Pin 09, Analog Audio 3 Input,Right, 15625kHz
Pin 38, Analog Video 2 Input, 15625kHz
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Pin 40, Analog Video 1 Output, 15625 kHz
Pin 41, Analog Video 2 Output, 15625 kHz
Pin 60, Horizontal Drive Ouput, 15625 kHz
Pin 61, Horizontal Fylback Input, 15625 kHz
Pin 71, Analog Blue Ouput, 15625 kHz
Pin 72, Analog Green Ouput 15625 kHz
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Pin 73, Analog Red Ouput, 15625 kHz
Pin 80, Sense ADC Input, 15625 kHz
Pin 84,Differential Vert. Sawtooth Out(VERT-), 15625 kHz
Pin 85, Differential Vert. Sawtooth Out(VERT+), 15625 kHz
9.2
TDA 2822-IC 301
Pin 1, Input A, 15625 kHz
Pin 2, Input B, 15625 kHz
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Pin 3, Supply Voltage, 15625 kHz
Pin 4, Output B, 15625 kHz
Pin 6, Flyback Supply Voltage, 15625 kHz
Pin 7, Output A, 15625 kHz
Pin 8, Guard Output, 15625 kHz
Pin 9, Feedback Input, 15625 kHz
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10. ELECTRICAL ADJUSTMENTS
.
1. ELECTRICAL ADJUSTMENTS
1.1 Supply Voltage Adjustment
Connect a digital voltmeter to the cathode of diode D610 at the AV mode of the TV and set the screen voltage
to the minimum with the screen potentiometer. Adjust the main supply voltage (B+) with P601 potentiometer to
the following value (after supply adjustment, readjust Screen and focus voltage).
21”
: 122 VDC (for A51QDX993X030)
2. SERVICE ADJUSTMENTS
To enter the Service Mode, ‘Service In/Out” button on the Service Remote Control or activate the “Picture Menu”
with the user remote control and press “9301” (Press “0” button to exit the Service Mode). To exit from the
service menu, TV/TX button should be typed on the Remote Control.
While the service menu is on screen, version and the date of the software are written on right bottom of the
screen.
For Example:
SK5.256-01 T09
12:07:26
10/03/05 F1
2.1 AGC Adjustment
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Switch to Service Menu
Find the “AGC METHOD” under “OPTIONS” sub-menu with P+/P-,
Set its value to “SYNC+PEAK WHITE”.
Find “AGC” under “IF ADJ.” sub-menu with P+/P-,
Set its value to “4”
Find “AGC FOR VHF I” under “IF ADJ.” sub-menu with P+/P-,
Set its value to “4”
Set “PIP AGC” topic‘s value to “15”
Set “PIP AGC FOR VHF I” topic‘s value to “20”
Exit from the service menu.
2.2 Screen Adjustment
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Switch the TV to the AV mode
Do not make any connecttion from the scart switch
Switch on the service menu
Set the value of “BLUEBLACK” option to “OFF”
Set the value of the “SCREEN ADJ.” to the indicated value in FACTORY SETTINGS TABLE
Press “OK” button on the RC
There should appear a horizontal line on the center of the set
Adjsut the screen potentiometre to set the line at the first seen point.
Exit from the service menu
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2.3 White Balance Adjustment
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Apply a white pattern with a pattern generator to the antenna input.
Enter the Service Menu and access to VIDEO ADJ. I sub-menu
Set the value of “G.CUT OFF” value to “156” and “G.DRIVE” value to “356”.
Adjust red drive with“R.DRIVE” and blue drive with “B.DRIVE” .
Adjust red cut off with “R.CUT OFF” and blue cut off with “B. CUT OFF”
If white balance can not be adjusted properly, slightly change the values of “G.CUT OFF” and “G.DRIVE”.
Exit from Service menu.
2.4 Geometry Adjustments
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Apply the cross hatch pattern with a pattern generator to the antenna input.
Enter Service Menu and access to GEOMETRY sub-menu
The options, “50Hz GEOM.”, “50Hz. GEOM.HOR.II”, “50Hz GEOM.EHT” are for PAL/SECAM.
The options, “60Hz GEOM.”, “60Hz. GEOM.HOR.II”, “60Hz GEOM.EHT” are for NTSC.
Adjust Vertical Amplitude with “VERTICAL AMPLITUDE” option.
Adjust vertical centring with “VERTICAL SHIFT”, vertical linearity with “LINEARITY” , vertical s-correction with
“S-CORRECTION”, vertical parallelogram with “VERTICAL ANGLE”, vertical bow with “VERTICAL BOW”,
horizontal centering with “HORIZONTAL SHIFT”, trapeze adjustment with “TRAPEEZE CORR.I”, general
parabole adjustment with “CUSHION CORR.I” options.
Adjust the parabole of the top corners with “UPPER CORNER 1” and “UPPER CORNER 2”.
Adjust the parabole of the bottom corners with “LOWER CORNER 1” and “LOWER CORNER 2”.
Adjust the horizontal OSD centering with “HORIZONTAL OSD POSITION” and vertical OSD centering with
“VERTICAL OSD POSITION”
For NTSC adjustments, connect an NTSC signal from AV1 follow the adjustments explained above under
the sub-menus “60Hz GEOM.”, “60Hz. GEOM.HOR.II”, “60Hz GEOM.EHT”.
Exit from the Service Menu.
2.7 Options Menu
Enter the Service Menu with the Service RC and and access to OPTION sub-menu and the options and their
defitinons are written below.
AV1YUV
: AVAILABLE(Component input is available from Scart 1); N/A(Not Available)
AV2&AV3
: AV2&AV3 N/A (Not Available); AV2 AVAIL.-AV3 N/A (AV1 Available, AV2 Not Av.);
AV2&AV3 AVAILABLE ( Both Available)
AV4
: NONE(No Front AV); CVBS+SVHS(Both Available); CVBS ONLY(Front AV Available);
SVHS ONLY(SVHS available)
TELETEXT
: DEFAULT(Teletext); FASTEXT; TOPTEXT; FASTEXT+TOPTEXT
LANGUAGE
: 1 (English, French, German, Italien, Spanish, Portuguese, Dutch, Greek, Danish, Swedish,
Finnish, Norwegian, Turkish, Hebrew, Russian, Hungarian, Slovak, Czech, Polish, Albanian,
Macedonian, Serbian, Slovenian, Romanian, Croatia, Bulgarian);
2 (English, French, German, Italian, Dutch, Greek, Danish, Swedish, Spanish, Portuguese,
Norwegian, Finnish, Albanian, Macedonian, Turkish, Russian, Hebrew, Hungarian, Croatia,
Romanian, Bulgarian, Slovenian, Czech, Slovak, Arabish, Persian)
TXT TABLE
: AUTO; WEST(English, French, German, Turkish, Spanish, Italian, Finnish, Swedish, Norwegian,
Danish); EAST(Polish, French, Hungarian, Czech, German, Slovenian, Italian, Romanian);
GREEC(English, French, Turkish, German, Finnish, Norwegian, Swedish, Danish, Spanish, Italian,
Greek); CYRILLIC(English, Russian, German, Czech, Estonian, Ukrainian, Latvian); ARABIC(English,
French, German, Turkish, Spanish, Italian, Finnish, Swedish, Norwegian, Danish, Arabic);
FARSI(English, French, German, Turkish, Spanish, Italian, Finnish, Swedish, Norwegian, Danish,
Persian); HEBREW(English, French, German, Tuskish, Italian, Finnish, Swedish; Norwegian,Danish)
CRT
: 4:3; 16:9
PIP
: AVAILABLE; N/A
MAIN TUNER : Philips; Panasonic DB2G3-DA5G3; Temic; Panasonic D44G3; Sharp or Alps
PIP TUNER
: Philips; Panasonic DB2G3-DA5G3; Temic; Panasonic D44G3; Sharp or Alps
SVM&DCI
: ON; OFF; MENU
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BLUEBLACK
: ON(blueblack acticated), OFF(Blueblack inactivated)
LTI&COMB
: ON; OFF
CTI
:ON(Colour Transition Improvement available); OFF(N/A)
ADAPTIVE PKG : ON(Digital Noise Reduction available); OFF(N/A); MENU(via menu)
PROTECTION : N/A(No Protection circuit); BCL ONLY(Only Beem Current Limiting available); VERTICAL ONLY(
Only Vertical protection avaliable); BCL&VERTICAL(Both avaliable)
PANORAMA : AVAILABLE; N/A
KEYBOARD
: P-P+V-V+; MENU P/V-+
GAME
: AVAILABLE; N/A
ALARM TIMER : AVAILABLE; N/A
DVD LANG
: A; B; C; D
DEMO
: 0(Otoprogram in first start, closed); 1(open)
2.7 Sound Options Menu
BG
: EUROPE(BG Europe); NEW ZELLAND(BG New Zelland); AUSTRALIA(BG Australia); N/A(BG not
avaliable)
DK
: AVAILABLE; N/A
I
: AVAILABLE; N/A
L/L’
: AVAILABLE; N/A
FM RADIO
/ TV GUIDE : NONE(Radio&EPG, not available); FM RADIO(Only radio avaliable); TV GUIDE(Only TV Guide
avaliable)
NICAM
: AVAILABLE; N/A
DOLBY VITUAL : AVAILABLE; N/A
BASS OPTION : DYNAMIC BASS(Dynamic Bass avaliable); SUBWOOFER(Subwoofer avaliable); NONE
HEADPHONE : AVAILABLE; N/A
CARRIER MUTE : VIA MSP; VIA MICRO
PAT
: AVAILABLE(Picture and Text avaliable); N/A
SIMPLE HOTEL : AVAILABLE; N/A
HOTEL MAX
VOL
: Limites the max volume level in hotel mode
AGC METHOD : SYNC PEAK WHITE; FIXED
TILT
: N/A; AVAILABLE
CRT 4:3,
MODE 16:9 : VIA FLYBL(Prevents cut off line to be seen by shifting up); DISABLE CUTOFF( Directly Prevents Cut
off line to be seen)
2.7 Hotel Mode
If “Simple Hotel” option in the Service Menu is selected as “ON”, to access set up menu “4658” should be typed
whilst the “Features Menu” is on screen. After finishing the adjustments by taking the TV to St.by or shutting down,
the access can be re-inhibited.
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2.7 Factory Settings for Service Mode
Values given in Table 1 are typical values and can vary according to the CRT type.
FACTORY SETTINGS FOR SERVICE MODE
21"
VIDEO ADJ. I Master
R.DRIVE
356
G.DRIVE
356
B.DRIVE
356
R. CUTOFF
156
G. CUTOFF
156
B. CUTOFF
156
IBRM
270
WDRM
290
SCREEN ADJ.
296
VIDEO ADJ. II
BCL GAIN
270
BCL TRESHOLD
200
BCL TRESHOLD II
130
BCL TIME CONSTANT 1
511
BCL TIME CONSTANT 2
0
OSD BRIGHTNESS
120
OSD CONTRAST
140
TXT BRIGHTNESS
110
TXT CONTRAST
110
YC DELAY FOR PAL
9
YC DELAY FOR SECAM
2
YC DELAY FOR NTSC
10
SUBCARRIER ADJ.
18
VIDEO ADJ. III
DPWL GAIN
-300
DPWL START P.
400
PWL TIME CONSTANT
1
PWL
90
SVM GAIN
0
SVM CORING
0
SVM LIMITTER
0
SVM DELAY
0
SVM DIFF. WINDOW
0
PIP POSITION
HORIZONTAL
VERTICAL
SOUND OPTIONS
BCL DELTA
50
TILT
0
50HZ GEOM. EHT
EHT TRESHOLD
70
EHT TIME CONSTANT
40
VERTICAL EHT 1
-162
VERTICAL EHT 2
-160
HORIZONTAL EHT 1
0
HORIZONTAL EHT 2
0
EHT DTC
0
EHT P1
0
EHT P2
0
60 HZ GEOM. EHT
EHT TRESHOLD
80
EHT TIME CONSTANT
40
VERTICAL EHT 1
-93
VERTICAL EHT 2
-80
HORIZONTAL EHT 1
0
HORIZONTAL EHT 2
0
EHT DTC
0
EHT P1
0
EHT P2
0
21"
Grun.
356
356
356
156
156
156
270
290
296
21"
GS9
356
356
356
156
156
156
290
240
250
21"
VC0
356
356
356
156
156
156
280
250
405
270
200
130
511
0
110
140
90
110
9
2
10
18
270
200
80
511
0
120
110
110
110
9
2
10
18
330
160
74
511
0
120
120
110
110
9
2
10
18
-300
400
1
90
0
0
0
0
0
-300
400
1
70
0
0
0
0
0
-300
400
1
90
0
0
0
0
0
50
0
20
0
50
0
70
40
-162
-160
0
0
0
0
0
70
40
-130
-50
0
0
0
0
0
70
40
-200
-40
0
0
0
0
0
80
40
-93
-80
0
0
0
0
0
80
40
-130
-40
0
0
0
0
0
80
40
-180
-40
0
0
0
0
0
21"
50 HZ GEOM. Master
VERTICAL AMPLITUDE
-250
VERTICAL SHIFT
2
LINEARITY
20
S-CORRECTION
140
VERTICAL ANGLE
0
VERTICAL BOW
0
START LINE MEASUR.
11
VER. BLANKING STOP
20
VER. BLANKING START
333
HORIZONTAL WIDTH
0
HORIZONTAL SHIFT
-23
TRAPEZE CORR. I
0
CUSHION CORR. I
0
UPPER CORNER 1 I
0
LOWER CORNER 1 I
0
UPPER CORNER 2 I
0
LOWER CORNER 2 I
0
HOR. BLANKING STOP
215
HOR. BLANKING START
1235
HOR. OSD POSITION
31
VER. OSD POSITION
18
60 HZ GEOM.
VERTICAL AMPLITUDE
-206
VERTICAL SHIFT
9
LINEARITY
0
S-CORRECTION
-41
VERTICAL ANGLE
0
VERTICAL BOW
0
START LINE MEASUR.
11
VER. BLANKING STOP
18
VER. BLANKING START
333
HORIZONTAL WIDTH
0
HORIZONTAL SHIFT
-42
TRAPEZE CORR. I
0
CUSHION CORR. I
0
UPPER CORNER 1 I
0
LOWER CORNER 1 I
0
UPPER CORNER 2 I
0
LOWER CORNER 2 I
0
HOR. BLANKING STOP
190
HOR. BLANKING START
1225
HOR. OSD POSITION
18
VER. OSD POSITION
6
50 HZ GEOM. HOR. II
HOR. WIDTH II
110
VER. ZOOM II
60
FLYBL
14
TRAPEZE CORR. II
0
CUSHION CORR. II
0
UPPER CORNER 1 II
0
LOWER CORNER 1 II
0
UPPER CORNER 2 II
0
LOWER CORNER 2 II
0
60 HZ GEOM. HOR. II
HOR. WIDTH II
110
VER. ZOOM II
60
FLYBL
10
TRAPEZE CORR. II
0
CUSHION CORR. II
0
UPPER CORNER 1 II
0
LOWER CORNER 1 II
0
UPPER CORNER 2 II
0
LOWER CORNER 2 II
0
38
21"
Grun.
-250
2
20
140
0
0
11
20
333
0
-23
0
0
0
0
0
0
215
1235
31
18
21"
GS9
-170
2
-12
130
0
0
14
22
-34
0
-23
0
0
0
0
0
0
215
1235
31
18
21"
VC0
-105
2
-12
140
0
0
11
20
333
0
-39
0
0
0
0
0
0
215
1235
31
18
-206
9
0
-41
0
0
11
18
333
0
-42
0
0
0
0
0
0
175
1225
18
6
-180
4
-50
100
0
0
16
18
333
0
-50
0
0
0
0
0
0
175
1225
16
10
-130
5
-70
140
0
0
11
18
333
-57
-42
0
0
0
0
0
0
183
1225
18
9
110
60
14
0
0
0
0
0
0
110
50
17
0
0
0
0
0
0
110
60
14
0
0
0
0
0
0
110
60
10
0
0
0
0
0
0
110
60
10
0
0
0
0
0
0
110
60
10
0
0
0
0
0
0
11. CHANNEL FREQUENCY TABLE
.
39
40
12. SPARE PARTS LIST
Insertion Point
C01
C02-C03
C102
C103
C104-C110
C111-C123
C125-C128
C129-C135
C136-C146
C148-C151
C152-C155
C156-C157
C158
C160
C161
C162-C163
C202-C210
C211-C212
C215-C216
C218-C219
C220-C225
C228-C230
C233-C235
C236-C241
C242
C243
C247-C248
C249
C250
C251
C252-C253
C301
C302
C304-C307
C308
C309-C310
C311-C313
C315
C316-C317
C318-C321
C322
C323-C324
C325
C326
C327-C328
C329-C330
C331
C401
C402
C404-C405
C406-C407
C408-C410
C412-C421
C422-C424
C426
C428
C429-C431
C435-C437
C438
C441
C442
C445-C446
C447
C502
C503
C504
C506-C507
C508-C509
C510
C511
C512
C514
C515
C517
C518
C519
C52
C522
C527
C528
C530
C531
C532
C533
C534
C602
C603-C607
C608
C611
C612-C621
C622
C623
C624
C625
C626
C627
C628-C629
C630-C631
Object description
EC 47UF M 6.3V 11*5 R:5
CC-CHIP 100PF J 50V /1206 NPO
EC 47UF 16V 11*5 R:5
CC-CHIP 10NF K 50V /0603 X7R
CC-CHIP 1NF K 50V /0603 X7R
CC-CHIP 100NF K 50V /0603 X7R
CC-CHIP 100NF K 50V /0603 X7R
EC 3.3UF 16V 11*5 R:5
CC-CHIP 47PF J 50V /0603 NPO TAPE
CC-CHIP 47PF J 50V /0603 NPO TAPE
CC-CHIP 22PF J 50V /0603 NPO TAPE
CC-CHIP 100PF J 50V /0603 NPO
CC-CHIP 27NF J 25V /0603 X7R
EC 4.7UF 63V 11*5 R:5
CC-CHIP 1UF K 16V /0805 X7R
CC-CHIP 1NF K 50V /0603 X7R
EC 4.7UF 16V 11*5 R:5
CC-CHIP 220PF J 50V /0603 NPO TAPE
CC-CHIP 22NF K 50V/0603 X7R TAPE
CC-CHIP 22NF K 50V/0603 X7R TAPE
CC-CHIP 220PF J 50V /0603 NPO TAPE
EC 47UF 16V 11*5 R:5
CC-CHIP 10NF K 50V /0603 X7R
CC-CHIP 4.7NF K 50V /0603 X7R
EC 47UF 16V 11*5 R:5
CC-CHIP 10NF K 50V /0805 X7R
CC-CHIP 1NF K 50V /0603 X7R
EC 10UF 16V 5*3.5 R:5
CC-CHIP 220NF K 50V /0805 X7R
CC-CHIP 10NF K 50V /0603 X7R
CC-CHIP 100PF J 50V /0603 NPO
CC-CHIP 10NF K 50V /0603 X7R
CC 1NF K 63V NPO R:5
CC-CHIP 1NF K 50V /0603 X7R
EC 10UF 16V 5*3.5 R:5
CC-CHIP 100NF K 50V /0603 X7R
EC 100UF 16V 11*6 R:5
CC-CHIP 47NF K 25V /0603 X7R TAPE
CC-CHIP 470NF K 16V /0805 X7R
CC-CHIP 1NF K 50V /0603 X7R
EC 100UF 25V 11*6 R:5
CC-CHIP 1.5NF K 50V /0603 X7R TAPE
CC-CHIP 68NF K 50V /0603 X7R
EC 1500UF 35V 20*13 R:5
EC 1000UF 16V 20*10 R:5
C-PEM 100NF J 100V R:5
C-CE 100NF 50V K R:5
EC 4.7UF 16V 11*5 R:5
CC-CHIP 22NF K 50V/0603 X7R TAPE
CC-CHIP 10NF K 50V /0603 X7R
CC-CHIP 33NF K 50V /0603 X7R
CC-CHIP 10NF K 50V /0603 X7R
CC-CHIP 1NF K 50V /0603 X7R
EC 10UF 16V 5*3.5 R:5
CC-CHIP 100NF K 50V /0603 X7R
CC-CHIP 100NF K 50V /0603 X7R
EC 100UF 16V 11*6 R:5
CC-CHIP 330PF J 50V /0603 NPO
CC-CHIP 47NF K 25V /0603 X7R TAPE
CC-CHIP 100PF J 50V /0603 NPO
CC-CHIP 33PF J 50V /0603 NPO TAPE
CC-CHIP 10PF J 50V /0603 NPO TAPE
CC-CHIP 220NF Z 16V /0603 Y5V TAPE
CC 470PF K 500V Y5P R:5
CC-CHIP 100NF K 50V /0603 X7R
CC-CHIP 47NF K 25V /0603 X7R TAPE
CC-CHIP 10NF K 50V /0603 X7R
CC-CHIP 100NF K 50V /0805 X7R
C-PEM 1NF J 100V R:5
C-PEM 47NF K 63V R:5
EC 47UF 25V 11*5 R:5
CC-CHIP 1NF K 50V /0603 X7R
EC 4.7UF 50V 11*5 R:5
CC 10NF K 50V R:5
C-PEM 220NF J 100V R:5
CC 68PF J 500V NPO R:5
EC 47UF 16V 11*5 R:5
C-PEM 330NF J 250V R:15
C-PPM 7.8NF %3.5 1.5/1.6KV R:15 CLASS-B
C-PPM 270NF J 250V R:15
EC 1UF 160V 11*6.3 R:5
EC 47UF 63V 11*6.3 R:5
EC 22UF 250V 20*13 R:5
EC 470UF 16V 12.5*10 R:5
EC 22UF-M 50V 11*5 R:5
CC-CHIP 47NF K 25V /0603 X7R TAPE
CC-CHIP 10NF K 50V /0603 X7R
EC 10UF 63V 11*5 R:5
CC-CHIP 33NF K 50V /0603 X7R
CC-CHIP 47NF K 25V /0603 X7R TAPE
EC 1500UF 35V 20*13 R:5
CC-CHIP 100NF K 50V /0603 X7R
C-PEM 100NF J 250V R:10
C-PPM 330NF K 275V-AC R:22.5 CLASS-B
C-PEM 220NF K 275V-AC R:15 CLASS-B
C-PPM 33NF J 630V R:15
CC 470PF 2KV
EC 47UF 160V 21*13 R:5
!!
41
Component
251487R
291101R
251478R
293113R
292114R
294122R
294122R
250333R
290475R
290475R
290223R
291104R
293271R
250475R
295110R
292114R
250470R
291226R
293234R
293234R
291226R
251478R
293113R
292475R
251478R
293108R
292114R
251105R
294233R
293113R
291104R
293113R
202109R
292114R
251105R
294122R
252112R
293478R
294476R
292114R
252113R
292153R
293685R
253155R
253115R
274107R
224112R
250470R
293234R
293113R
293334R
293113R
292114R
251105R
294122R
294122R
252112R
291337R
293478R
291104R
290335R
290107R
294235R
201470
294122R
293478R
293113R
294109R
272110R
273471R
251479R
292114R
250479R
203106R
274230R
200680R
251478R
274330R
272780
274274R
250100R
251475R
251230R
252482R
251221R
293478R
293113R
251116R
293334R
293478R
253155R
294122R
274105R
274342R
274238R
203330R
201471R
251489R
Definition
See the "CPT Difference List", too
See the "CPT Difference List", too
Insertion Point
C632
C633
C634
C635
C636-C637
C639-C642
C644
C646
C647-C649
C650
C651
C652
C653
C654
C655
C656
C657
C658
C659
C660
C661
C662
C664-C667
C668
C670
C701
C702
C704-C705
C706-C708
C709
C710-C712
C713
C714
C920-C923
C940-C941
D01
D102
D201
D202
D401-D405
D501
D504-D505
D508-D511
D512
D604
D605
D606-D609
D610
D611
D612-D613
D614
D615
D616
D617-D618
D619
D620
D621-D701
D702-D704
D705-D707
D708
DOWN
EJECT
F103
FORWARD
FS601
IC01
IC101
IC201
IC301
IC401
IC501
IC601
IC602
IC603-IC604
IC605
IC606-IC608
IC609
L101-L102
L103
L104-L105
L106
L107-L108
L109-L110
L111
L112
L113
L114
L115
L116-L117
L203-L204
L207-L208
L301
L401-L403
L404
L405
L406
L504
L601
L602
Object description
CC-CHIP 56PF J 50V/0603 NPO TAPE
CC-CHIP 680PF J 0603 50V NPO
C-PEM 100NF J 250V R:10
CC-CHIP 1.5NF K 50V /0603 X7R TAPE
CC 220PF M 250VAC R:10 Y5U AH/NSA
CC 1NF K 1KV Y5P R:5
C-PEM 100NF J 250V R:10
CC-CHIP 100NF K 50V /0805 X7R
CC-CHIP 10NF K 50V /0603 X7R
CC-CHIP 47PF J 50V /0603 NPO TAPE
EC 100UF 400V 30*22 R:10
EC 47UF 25V 11*5 R:5
CC 220PF K 2KV Y5P R:5
CC 2.2NF M 250VAC Y5U R:10 AH/NSA
C-ELA 2200UF 16V 20*13 R:5
EC 1000UF 16V 20*10 R:5
CC-CHIP 56PF J 50V/0603 NPO TAPE
EC 1000UF 16V 20*10 R:5
EC 47UF 25V 11*5 R:5
EC 1000UF 16V 20*10 R:5
CC 100PF 500V NPO R:5
EC 1000UF 16V 20*10 R:5
EC 22UF 16V 11*5 R:5
EC 22UF 25V 11*5 R:5
EC 1000UF 16V 20*10 R:5
EC 10UF 16V 5*3.5 R:5
CC-CHIP 100NF K 50V /0603 X7R
EC 10UF 250V 16*10 R:5
CC-CHIP 680PF J 0603 50V NPO
CC-CHIP 10PF J 50V /0603 NPO TAPE
CC 390PF J 50V SL R:5
CC 4.7NF K 1KV Z4V R:7.5
C-PEM 100NF J 250V R:10
CC 1NF K 50V Y5P R:5
C-PEM 47NF K 63V R:5
LED IR SIR563SB3F 23/940
DIODE 1N5819 SHOTH
DIODE 4148 MELF SOD-80C
DIODE 1N4148 52MM
DIODE 4148 MELF SOD-80C
DIODE 1N4148 52MM
DIODE 4148 MELF SOD-80C
DIODE BA157
DIODE 4148 MELF SOD-80C
DIODE 1N4148 52MM
DIODE 4148 MELF SOD-80C
DIODE RF2007
DIODE RGP30MS
DIODE 4148 MELF SOD-80C
DIODE 1N4148 52MM
DIODE RGP10J
DIODE RGP30D
DIODE SB540
DIODE RGP10J
DIODE BA157
DIODE 1N4148 52MM
DIODE 4148 MELF SOD-80C
DIODE 1N4148 52MM
DIODE 4148 MELF SOD-80C
DIODE 1N4007
TACT SWITCH 2 LEG (MTSB)
TACT SWITCH 2 LEG (MTSB)
SAW FILTER X6966M
TACT SWITCH 2 LEG (MTSB)
FUSE 3.15AT (215)
IC-CHIP S3C1840DA9/SMB91 T&R
IC VCTI-ECO-90DEG.-NO VD-FLASH-F1
IC-CHIP MC14052BDR2 G T&R
IC AN5277
IC-CHIP AT24C16AN 10SU2.7 TAPE&REEL
IC TDA8357 J N2
IC MC33269T G 0.8A LD TO220
IC ICE1QS01
IC LM317LZRAG 0.1A TO92
IC TL431CLPRA G
IC-CHIP NCP1117DTARK G (DPAK) T&R TO252
IC TL431CLPRA G
COIL CHOKE 10UH LAN02 280MA/1R
COIL 10UH LAL02
COIL 10UH K (TAIYO) LAL03
COIL 10UH LAL02
COIL CHOKE 10UH LAN02 280MA/1R
COIL 10UH K (TAIYO) LAL03
COIL 10UH K AXIAL LAL04
COIL CHOKE 10UH LAN02 280MA/1R
COIL 4.7UH LAL03
COIL 4.7UH LAL04 52MM
COIL-CHIP 8.2UH K /0805
COIL 10UH LAL02
COIL-CHIP 10UH K 0805
COIL-CHIP 10UH K 0805
COIL 10UH K (TAIYO) LAL03
COIL CHOKE 10UH LAN02 280MA/1R
COIL 10UH K (TAIYO) LAL03
COIL CHOKE 10UH LAN02 280MA/1R
COIL 4.7UH LAL03
COIL H-LIN 100UH
LINE FILTRE 2*18MH R<0.7R /2416008010122
COIL CHOKE 50UH DIALTECH
!!
!!
!!
!!
42
Component
290562R
291688R
274105R
292153R
201227R
202105R
274105R
294109R
293113R
290475R
252121R
251479R
201226R
202220R
253233
253115R
290562R
253115R
251479R
253115R
201108R
253115R
251225R
251226
253115R
251105R
294122R
251109R
291688R
290107R
201390R
222477R
274105R
202106R
273471R
303991R
303246R
303195R
302289R
303195R
302289R
303195R
300311R
303195R
302289R
303195R
303308R
303206R
303195R
302289R
303217R
303228R
303424R
303217R
300311R
302289R
303195R
302289R
303195R
302948R
010844R
010844R
056298R
010844R
054280R
452382R
453987R
453174R
453170R
452662R-2
452975R-1
453177R
452785R
453176R
451885R-1
453095R
451885R-1
053823R
053331R
053711R
053331R
053823R
053711R
053500R
053823R
053734R
053732R
053806R
053331R
053804R
053804R
053711R
053823R
053711R
053823R
053734R
51600
51828
053739R-10
Definition
See the "CPT Difference List", too
Insertion Point
L603
L701
MENU
P602
PH601
PLAY/PAUSE
PR/VOL
Q01
Q102
R01
R102-R108
R109-R110
R113-R115
R119
R120
R121
R122-R123
R124
R125-R126
R127
R128
R129
R130
R131-R132
R133
R201-R202
R203-R204
R205-R206
R207-R209
R210
R211
R212
R213-R223
R224
R225-R226
R228
R229
R230
R233-R236
R237-R257
R258
R259
R301-R302
R303-R304
R305-R306
R307
R308
R311
R312-R312
R314
R317-R318
R319-R320
R323-R324
R325
R401
R402
R404-R407
R408-R409
R410-R413
R414-R417
R418
R419
R420
R423-R424
R425
R427-R431
R432
R434
R435
R436-R437
R439-R441
R442-R444
R445
R446
R447
R448
R449
R450
R451
R452
R453
R454-R460
R461
R462
R463
R464
R466-R467
R468
R472
R481
R501
R502
R504
R506
R508
R509
R51
R510
R511
Object description
COIL 4.7UH LAL03
COIL- CHOKE 10UH R0814 14.1
TACT SWITCH 2 LEG (MTSB)
R-VAR 10K V(2.5MM) 5*3
IC OPTOCOUPLER TCET1100/V310U27 VISHAY
TACT SWITCH 2 LEG (MTSB)
TACT SWITCH 2 LEG (MTSB)
CER.RESONATOR GSB455E
CRYSTAL 20.25MHZ 20PPM (106478)
RC-CHIP 0R /1206
RC-CHIP 10K J 1/16W /0603
RC-CHIP 100R J 1/16W /0603
RC-CHIP 100R J 1/16W /0603
RC-CHIP 33K J 1/16W /0603 TAPE
RC-CHIP 0R /0603 1.6*0.8 TAPE
RC-CHIP 1K J 1/16W /0603
CFR 220R J 1/4W 52MM
RC-CHIP 6.8K J 1/16W /0603
CFR 4.7K J 1/4W /6 26MM
CFR 47K J 1/4W /6 26MM
RC-CHIP 100R J 1/16W /0603
CFR 100R J 1/4W 26MM
RC-CHIP 100R J 1/16W /0603
CFR 100R J 1/4W 26MM
RC-CHIP 0R /0805 2*1.25
RC-CHIP 18K J 1/16W /0603 TAPE
RC-CHIP 330R J 1/16W /0603 TAPE
RC-CHIP 560R J 1/16W/0603 TAPE
RC-CHIP 470R J 1/16W /0603 TAPE
CFR 10K J 1/4W /6 52MM
RC-CHIP 0R /0603 1.6*0.8 TAPE
RC-CHIP 180R J 1/16W /0603
RC-CHIP 75R J 1/16W /0603
RC-CHIP 180R J 1/16W /0603
RC-CHIP 100R J 1/16W /0603
CFR 100R J 1/4W 26MM
RC-CHIP 100R J 1/16W /0603
RC-CHIP 100R J 1/16W /0603
RC-CHIP 270R J 1/16W/0603 TAPE
RC-CHIP 1K J 1/16W /0603
CFR 4.7R J 1/4W /6 26MM
CFR 10K J 1/4W /6 52MM
RC-CHIP 330R J 1/16W /0603 TAPE
RC-CHIP 7.5K J 1/16W /0603
RC-CHIP 10K J 1/16W /0603
RC-CHIP 6.8K J 1/16W /0603
RC-CHIP 1K J 1/10W /0805
CFR 1K J 1/4W /6 52MM
RC-CHIP 3.3K J 1/16W /0603
RC-CHIP 2.2K J 1/16W/0603 TAPE
RC-CHIP 56K J 1/16W /0603
RC-CHIP 4.7K J 1/16W /0603 TAPE
CFR 4.7R J 1/4W /6 26MM
RC-CHIP 18K J 1/10W /0805
RC-CHIP 470R J 1/16W /0603 TAPE
RC-CHIP 10K J 1/16W /0603
RC-CHIP 100R J 1/16W /0603
CFR 100R J 1/4W 26MM
RC-CHIP 100R J 1/16W /0603
RC-CHIP 270R J 1/16W/0603 TAPE
RC-CHIP 1K J 1/16W /0603
CFR 1K J 1/4W /6 52MM
CFR 10K J 1/4W /6 52MM
RC-CHIP 2.7K J 1/16W /0603
RC-CHIP 22R J 1/16W /0603 TAPE
RC-CHIP 3.3K J 1/16W /0603
RC-CHIP 180R J 1/16W /0603
RC-CHIP 22K J 1/16W /0603
CFR 22K J 1/4W 26MM
RC-CHIP 7.5K J 1/16W /0603
RC-CHIP 150R J 1/16W /0603
RC-CHIP 33R J 1/16W /0603 TAPE
RC-CHIP 4.7K J 1/16W /0603 TAPE
RC-CHIP 100K J 1/16W /0603
RC-CHIP 1.5K J 1/16W /0603 TAPE
CFR 10K J 1/4W /6 52MM
RC-CHIP 4.7K J 1/16W /0603 TAPE
CFR 10K J 1/4W /6 52MM
RC-CHIP 5.6K J 1/16W /0603 TAPE
RC-CHIP 47K J 1/16W /0603 TAPE
RC-CHIP 1.2K J 1/16W/0603 TAPE
RC-CHIP 100R J 1/16W /0603
RC-CHIP 4.7K J 1/16W /0603 TAPE
CFR 4.7K J 1/4W /6 26MM
RC-CHIP 220R J 1/16W/0603 TAPE
RC-CHIP 22R J 1/10W /0603
RC-CHIP 1.5K J 1/16W /0603 TAPE
RC-CHIP 1K J 1/16W /0603
RC-CHIP 1.5K J 1/16W /0603 TAPE
RC-CHIP 15K J 1/16W /0603 TAPE
RC-CHIP 18K J 1/16W /0603 TAPE
RC-CHIP 220R J 1/16W/0603 TAPE
RC-CHIP 1K J 1/16W /0603
RM 10K J 1/2W 52MM
CFR 2.7K J 1/4W /6 52MM
RC-CHIP 5.6K J 1/10W /0805
CFR 390R J 1/4W /6 26MM
RC-CHIP 5.6K J 1/10W /0805
RC-CHIP 560K J 1/16W /0603
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43
Component
053734R
053352R
010844R
133118R
452297R-2
010844R
010844R
056210R
056038R
179002R
173108R
171107R
171107R
173332R
179005R
172104R
101223R
172686R
102487R
103484R
171107R
101117R
171107R
101117R
179001R
173183R
171336R
171562R
171472R
103116R
179005R
171184R
170754R
171184R
171107R
101117R
171107R
171107R
171227R
172104R
109473R
103116R
171336R
172751R
173108R
172686R
172101R
102101R
172336R
172224R
173563R
172479R
109473R
173182
171472R
173108R
171107R
101117R
171107R
171227R
172104R
102101R
103116R
172276R
170221R
172336R
171184R
173229R
103234R
172751R
171154R
170333R
172479R
173114R
172154R
103116R
172479R
103116R
172567R
173478R
172125R
171107R
172479R
102487R
171224R
170225R
172154R
172104R
172154R
173153R
173183R
171224R
172104R
113114
102273R
172561R
101396R
172561R
174563
Definition
See the "CPT Difference List", too
Insertion Point
R513
R514
R515
R516-R517
R52
R521
R522
R523
R524
R525
R526
R527
R529
R531-R532
R533
R534
R537
R538
R539
R54
R540
R541
R542
R55
R56-R57
R58
R59
R601-R602
R605
R606
R608
R609
R610
R611
R617
R618
R619
R620
R621
R624
R625
R626
R627
R628
R629
R63
R631
R632
R634
R635
R636
R637
R638
R639
R640
R644
R645
R648
R649
R650
R651
R652
R654
R656-R658
R659
R660-R661
R663
R664
R665
R666
R667
R668
R702-R705
R706-R708
R709-R711
R712-R714
R715
R716-R718
R719
R720
R721
R722-R724
R725
R726-R727
R728
R729
R730-R732
R920-R921
R922-R923
R940-R941
R942-R943
REWIND
SK202
STOP
T01
T102-T205
T206-T207
T301-T307
T401
Object description
RC-CHIP 10K J 1/16W /0603
RC-CHIP 10K J 1/16W /0603
CFR 2.7K J 1/4W /6 52MM
RM 3.9R J 1/2W /9 52MM
CFR 220R J 1/4W 26MM
RW 4.7R J 7W R:5
RMF 0.22R J 1W
CFR 330R J 1/4W /6 52MM
CFR 1.5R J 1/2W /9
RMF 10R 1/4W
CFR 47K J 1/4W /6 26MM
CFR 470R J 1/2W /9 52MM
CFR 560R J 1/4W /6 52MM
RM 150K J 1/2W ' SAFETY'
CFR 0.47R J 1/2W /9 52MM
CFR 47R J 1/4W /6 52MM
RC-CHIP 56R J 1/16W /0603 TAPE
RC-CHIP 1.5K J 1/16W /0603 TAPE
RC-CHIP 47K J 1/16W /0603 TAPE
CFR 1.5K J 1/4W /6 26MM
RC-CHIP 47K J 1/16W /0603 TAPE
RC-CHIP 10K J 1/16W /0603
RC-CHIP 1.5K J 1/16W /0603 TAPE
CFR 1K J 1/4W /6 52MM
CFR 470R J 1/4W /6 52MM
CFR 390R J 1/4W /6 26MM
CFR 220R J 1/4W 26MM
RC-CHIP 10K J 1/16W /0603
RC-CHIP 1K J 1/16W /0603
CFR 1K J 1/4W /6 26MM
RC-CHIP 390R %1 1/16W/0603 TAPE
RC-CHIP 1K J 1/16W /0603
CFR 1K J 1/4W /6 52MM
RC-CHIP 2.7K J 1/16W /0603
RC-CHIP 22K J 1/16W /0603
RC-CHIP 47K J 1/16W /0603 TAPE
RM 1M J .5W 52MM SAFETY
PTC 9R/2 PIN - 3 CYCLE BOX TYPE
RMO 68K J 2W 73MM
RC-CHIP 47K J 1/16W /0603 TAPE
RC-CHIP 3.3K J 1/16W /0603
RC-CHIP 22R J 1/10W /0603
CFR 47K J 1/4W /6 26MM
RM 115K %1 1/4W
CFR 10K J 1/4W /6 26MM
CFR 100R J 1/4W 26MM
RMO 47K J 1W
RC-CHIP 12K J 1/16W /0603 TAPE
RC-CHIP 0R /0603 1.6*0.8 TAPE
RW 2.7R K 5W R:15 MM
RM 1M J 1W 52MM
RC-CHIP 68K J 1/16W /0603
CFR 47R J 1/4W /6 52MM
CFR 120R J 1/4W 52MM
RC-CHIP 33R J 1/16W /0603 TAPE
RM 4.7M J 1/2W 52MM 'SAFETY '
CFR 47R J 1/4W /6 52MM
RC-CHIP 820R J 1/16W /0603 TAPE
RPF 0.05R K 1/2W AXIAL
RC-CHIP 2.7K %1 1/16W /0603
RC-CHIP 39K J 1/16W /0603 TAPE
RM 150K J 1/2W ' SAFETY'
RC-CHIP 1.3K %1 1/16W/0603 TAPE
RC-CHIP 240R %1 1/16W /0603 TAPE
RC-CHIP 390R %1 1/16W/0603 TAPE
RC-CHIP 2.7K %1 1/16W /0603
RC-CHIP 365R %1 1/16W /0603 TAPE
RC-CHIP 390R %1 1/16W/0603 TAPE
RC-CHIP 470R %1 1/16W /0603 TAPE
RC-CHIP 120R %1 1/16W /0805
RC-CHIP 820R %1 1/16W /0603 TAPE
RC-CHIP 240R %1 1/16W /0603 TAPE
RC-CHIP 1K J 1/16W /0603
CFR 1K J 1/2W /6 52MM
RC-CHIP 220R J 1/16W/0603 TAPE
RC-CHIP 3.3K J 1/16W /0603
CFR 220R J 1/4W 26MM
RMO 12K J 2W
CFR 330K J 1/4W /6 52MM
CFR 47K J 1/4W /6 26MM
CFR 1M J 1/4W /6 26MM
RC-CHIP 22R J 1/10W /0603
CFR 1.5K J 1/2W /9 52MM
CFR 100R J 1/4W 26MM
RC-CHIP 100R J 1/16W /0603
CFR 470K J 1/4W /6 26MM
RC-CHIP 470R J 1/16W /0603 TAPE
CFR 75R J 1/4W /6 26MM
CFR 470R J 1/4W /6 26MM
CFR 180R J 1/2W (A) 52MM
CFR 390R J 1/4W /6 26MM
TACT SWITCH 2 LEG (MTSB)
SCART SOKET HR-DM2441S-O
TACT SWITCH 2 LEG (MTSB)
TRN BC337-25
TRN-CHIP BC848BLT1G SOT23
TRN-CHIP BC858BLT1G SOT23
TRN-CHIP BC848BLT1G SOT23
TRN-CHIP BC818-215 SOT23
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44
Component
173108R
173108R
102273R
111396R
101236R
129487R
119224
101331R
109150R
120118R
103484R
101471R
101562R
114151R
109472R
100473R
170560R
172154R
173478R
102166R
173478R
173108R
172154R
102101R
101470R
101396R
101236R
173108R
172104R
102141R
171392R
172104R
102101R
172276R
173229R
173478R
115110R
154234R
113684R
173478R
172336R
170225R
103484R
114115R
103136R
101117R
113475R
173124R
179005R
129272R
115103R
173685R
100473R
101124R
170333R
115470R
100473R
171824R
119003R
172278R
173394R
114151R
172131R
171241R
171392R
172278R
171363R
171392R
171479R
171128R
171825R
171241R
172104R
102105R
171224R
172336R
101236R
113121R
104332R
103484R
105110R
170225R
102159R
101117R
171107R
104470R
171472R
100751R
101494R
101184R
101396R
010844R
31197
010844R
401047R
401141R
401142R
401141R
401193R
Definition
See the "CPT Difference List", too
See the "CPT Difference List", too
See the "CPT Difference List", too
Insertion Point
T403-T406
T407-T501
T502
T504
T505
T506-T608
T609
T610
T701-T703
T704-T706
T707-T709
TH601
TR501
TU102
TV/DVD
UP
X202
X202-DVD
X203
X204
X205
X301
X302
X401A
X402
X402-1
X402-2
X402-X402-2
X403
X403-DVD
X404
X406
X406-X402-1
X407
X407-DVD
X501
X502
X503
X601
X602
X603
X603-DVD
X703
X921
X922
X923
X925
X941
ZD501
ZD502
ZD503-ZD504
ZD601
ZD602
TR502
TR601
Object description
TRN-CHIP BC848BLT1G SOT23
TRN-CHIP BC858BLT1G SOT23
TRN BC639
TRN. 2SD2586
TRN BC327-25RL1 G
TRN-CHIP BC848BLT1G SOT23
TRN 2SK3567 TO220SIS
TRN STP20NE06LFP
TRN-CHIP BC848BLT1G SOT23
TRN BF421
TRN 2SC3619
THRYSTOR MCR22-8RL1G
TRANSFORMER HORIZONTAL DRIVE E1
TUNER PS ASIMETRIK ENV57DA5G3R(SEC LL IY
TACT SWITCH 2 LEG (MTSB)
TACT SWITCH 2 LEG (MTSB)
CON.MALE6' LI 2317-6S JST B 6B-XH-A WHIT
CABLE 8+6'LI BEYAZ L=....K5
CONN.HOUSING X2003 RED
CONN.HOUSING X2003 BLACK
CONN. CINCH .......BLACK HOR. L6B
CONN.HOUSING X2004 GREY
CONN.HOUSING X2003 GREY
CABLE WITH HOLDER 5P L=275 CRT/CHAS
CONN.HOUS.2P 2317-2S JST B 2B-XH-A RED
CONN.MALE 5 RIGHT-A 2317-5R JST S 5B-XHCONN.HOUSING.2P 2.5MM HORZ.250G-R
CABLE HAR.CFIZ 2'LI TUS T. DVD L=...MM
CONN.HOUS.3P 2317-3S JST B 3B-XH-A RED
CABLE 3'LU 2317 BEYAZ KON.L=330 FER+SUN
CONN.HOUSING 2.5TMK 2104 GRI
CONN.HOUS.5P 2317-5S JST B 5B-XH-A RED
CABLE 5'LI RED/WHI CON.L=370 K5
CONN.HOUS.2P 2317-2S JST B 2B-XH-A WHITE
CABLE BLEND/FER. 2'LI L=430 DIG.AUDIO
CONN.HOUSING 2'LI GREY
CON.HOUSING LOCKED 5/4
CABLE WITH HOLDER 3+1P L=430 CRT/SASI K1
CON.HOUSING 2P MALE
CON.HOUSING 2P MALE TPK75(POW)12.6 RED
CON.MALE 5'LI 2317-5S JST B5B-XH-A BLACK
CABLE 5'LI BLACK/WHI MINI KON.L=...K5 FE
CRT SOCKET NARROW INCHANG
KONN. CINCH ........... YELLOW HOR.14.1
KONN. CINCH ........... RED HOR.14.1
KONN. CINCH ........ WHITE HOR.14.1
CONN.S-VHS
HEADPHONE JACK YKB21-5103
DIODE Z. BZX55C 15V
DIODE Z. BZX55C33 52MM
DIODE Z. BZX55C8V2 26MM
DIODE Z.TZMB9V1
DIODE Z. BZX55C5V1
DEGAUS BOB.KPL 21" B.SARGILI (9R PTC)
CPT SS A51QDX993X030 P.FLAT(MACAR)
K5 CHASSIS-SD 21" P/BG/SX/2SC/K/S/A-OSD
DST 21PF TR/2416003313132 28KV K1
DVD COMBO DIVX LOADER HUALU
HOP. 8R 7W(NOM:)/10W (MAX) 120X50
SMPS 20/21 EL/ 2084.0130 23V
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45
Component
401141R
401142R
400240R
401506R
400901R
401141R
401512R
401335R
401141R
401366R
400891R
410026R
051839R
7RZ136RPS4
010844R
010844R
38874
KX5511R
31857
31856
032937R
31858
31854
KX5558R
032993R
38889
31575
KX5530R
31646
Y08509R
31989
031196R
KX5512R
31245
KX5504R
31850
31777
KX1553R
31675
31797
38890
KX5513R
31532
031165R
031164R
031163R
031795R
031423R
303826R
302318R
302294R
303454R
302298R
621167-AS
056321-SS0
KX5110
040150R-T1
KX5001R
7ZY107R
050150R-E1
Definition
See the "CPT Difference List", too
See the "CPT Difference List", too
See the "CPT Difference List", too
See the "CPT Difference List", too
See the "CPT Difference List", too