Mitsubishi WS-55809 Specifications

Ser vice
Manual
2001
MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC
PROJECTION TELEVISION
V18 / V18+ CHASSIS
V18
MODELS
V18+
MODELS
WT-46809
WS-55809
WS-65809
WS-55819
WS-65819
WS-55809
CAUTION:
Before servicing this chassis, it is important that the service person read the "SAFETY PRECAUTIONS" and
"PRODUCT SAFETY NOTICE" contained in this manual.
SPECIFICATIONS
• Power Input
• Power
Consumption
: AC 120V, 60Hz
: 280W
• Cabinet
Dimensions
• Frequency
Range
• Antenna Input
: VHF 54 ~ 470MHz
UHF 470 ~ 806MHz
: VHF/UHF 75Ω unbalanced
Single axis input
:
:
:
:
:
:
• Input Level
: VIDEO IN JACK (RCA Type)
1.0Vp-p 75Ω unbalanced
: AUDIO IN JACK (RCA Type)
-4.7dBm 43kΩ unbalanced
: S-VIDEO IN JACK
(Y/C separate type)
Y:1.0 Vp-p C:0.286Vp-p(BURST)
75Ω unbalanced
: DVD / Y, Cr, Cb (RCA Type)
Y: 1.0 Vp-p Cr, Cb: 700mVp-p
: ATV / Y(G), Pr(R), Pb(B), H, V
Y: 1.0Vp-p with sync 75Ω (BNC)
Pr, Pb: 700mV 75Ω
H, V: 3.0Vp-p 75Ω
• Output Level
: VIDEO OUT JACK (RCA Type)
1.0Vp-p 75Ω unbalanced
: AUDIO OUT JACK (RCA Type)
-4.7dBm 4.7kΩ unbalanced
• CRT Size
: [7 inches]
• High Voltage
: 32.0kV (at 0A)
• Speaker
: [WT-46809 / WS-55809 / WS-65809
5" round type, full range 2 pcs. (8Ω 10W)
: [WS-55819 / WS-65819 / WS-73907]
6" round type, full range 2 pcs. (8Ω 10W)
• Weight
:
:
:
:
:
[WT-46809]
[WS-55809]
[WS-55819]
[WS-65809]
[WS-65819]
170 lbs
250 lbs
244.5 lbs
323 lbs
323 lbs
[Model] (H)x(W)x(D)
[WT-46809] 38.4"x42.8"x27.1"
[WS-55809] 50"x50.6"x26.3"
[WS-55819] 50.4"x50.6"x26.4"
[WS-65809] 61.8"x58.7"x28.1"
[WS-65819] 61.8"x58.8"x28.1"
• Weight and dimensions shown are approximate.
• Design specifications are subject to change without notice.
MITSUBISHI DIGITAL ELECTRONICS AMERICA, INC.
9351 Jeronimo Road, Irvine, CA 92618-1904
Copyright © 2001 Mitsubishi Digital Electronics America, Inc.
All Rights Reserved
MODELS: WT-46809 / WS-55809 / WS-55819 / WS-65809 / WS-65819
CONTENTS
INTRODUCTION ................................................................................................................................ 5
PRODUCT SAFETY NOTICE ............................................................................................................. 5
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS ................................................................................................................... 6
DISASSEMBLY
Cabinet Disassembly (Front View) .............................................................................................. 7
WT-46809 .............................................................................................................................. 7
WS-55809 / WS-65809 .......................................................................................................... 8
WS-55819 / WS-65819 .......................................................................................................... 9
Cabinet Disassembly (Rear View) ............................................................................................. 10
WT-46809 ............................................................................................................................ 10
WS-55809 / WS-55819 / WS-65809 / WS-65819 ................................................................. 11
SERVICING THE LENTICULAR SCREEN AND FRESNEL LENS
Lenticular Screen and Fresnel Lens Removal ......................................................................... 12
WT-46809 / WS-55809 / WS-65809 ..................................................................................... 12
WS-55819 / WS-65819 ........................................................................................................ 13
Lenticular Screen and Fresnel Lens Installation .................................................................... 14
SERVICING THE DIAMONDSHIELDSTM r
DiamondShield TM Removal & Installation ...................................................................................... 15
SERVICING PCBs
Chassis Removal .......................................................................................................................... 16
PCB Locations .............................................................................................................................. 16
Main Components Location ........................................................................................................... 16
CRT REPLACEMENT
CRT Removal ................................................................................................................................ 17
CRT Installation ............................................................................................................................ 18
ELECTRICAL ADJUSTMENTS
Test Equipment ............................................................................................................................. 20
Initial Setup ................................................................................................................................... 21
LED Indicator Diagnostics ............................................................................................................. 22
Circuit Adjustment Mode ............................................................................................................... 22
Convergence Adjustment Mode ..................................................................................................... 24
E2PROM Replacement ................................................................................................................. 27
Adjustment Items List ................................................................................................................... 27
Adjustment Test Points ................................................................................................................. 30
Adjustment Procedures ................................................................................................................ 31
Audio Circuit ........................................................................................................................ 31
High Voltage Regulation ....................................................................................................... 32
Main/Sub Y Level ................................................................................................................. 32
Side by Side Sub Picture Tint .............................................................................................. 33
Side by Side Sub Picture Color ............................................................................................ 33
CRT Cutoff ........................................................................................................................... 34
White Balance (NTSC) ......................................................................................................... 34
White Balance (HD) ............................................................................................................. 35
Cb, Cr Offset ........................................................................................................................ 35
Black Level .......................................................................................................................... 36
Sub Contrast ....................................................................................................................... 36
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Dynamic Focus Preset ........................................................................................................ 37
Electrostatic Focus & Alignment Magnet Adjustment .......................................................... 37
Lens Focus .......................................................................................................................... 38
Character Position ............................................................................................................... 38
Deflection/Convergence Geometry Presets .......................................................................... 39
Deflection Circuit Geometry Adjustments ............................................................................. 40
Convergence Circuit Geometry Adjustments ........................................................................ 41
Centering and Static Convergence ....................................................................................... 42
Coarse Convergence Adjustments ....................................................................................... 43
Fine Convergence Adjustments ............................................................................................ 44
CHIP PARTS REPLACEMENT ......................................................................................................... 45
REPLACEMENT PARTS
Parts Ordering .............................................................................................................................. 46
Critical and Warranty Parts Designation ........................................................................................ 46
Parts Tolerance Codes .................................................................................................................. 46
Quick Reference List .................................................................................................................... 47
Service Parts List .......................................................................................................................... 48
Screen Parts List .......................................................................................................................... 58
CIRCUITRY BLOCK DIAGRAMS
Standby Supplies Regulator .......................................................................................................... 60
Switched Supplies Regulator ........................................................................................................ 61
Video / Color A/V Switch Circuit ................................................................................................... 62
Video / Color Signal Path .............................................................................................................. 63
Sync Signal Path .......................................................................................................................... 64
Deflection / HV .............................................................................................................................. 65
X-Ray Protect ............................................................................................................................... 65
Sound Circuit ................................................................................................................................ 66
Convergence ................................................................................................................................. 67
Control Circuitry ............................................................................................................................ 68
Section 2 .... Schematic Diagrams
SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS
Overall Block Diagram ................................................................................................................... 1
PCB-MAIN ..................................................................................................................................... 2
PCB-POWER ................................................................................................................................. 3
PCB-TERMINAL ............................................................................................................................ 4
PCB-SIGNAL-1 (AV I/O) .................................................................................................................. 5
PCB-SIGNAL-2 (MICRO) ................................................................................................................. 6
PCB-SIGNAL-3 (VC / SW) .............................................................................................................. 7
PCB-3DYC ..................................................................................................................................... 8
PCBs-CONV GEN / JUNGLE .......................................................................................................... 9
PCBs - CRT / CONTROL / AI / SVM / DBF ................................................................................... 10
PCB-2HDW-1 ............................................................................................................................... 11
PCB-2HDW-2) .............................................................................................................................. 12
PCB-2HDW-3 ............................................................................................................................... 13
PCB LAYOUT DIAGRAMS ............................................................................................................... 14
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MODELS: WT-46809 / WS-55809 / WS-55819 / WS-65809 / WS-65819
INTRODUCTION
This service manual provides service instructions for PTV Models WT-46809, WS-55809 and WS-65809 which use
the V18 chassis, and PTV Models WS-55819, and WS-65819 which use the V18+ chassis. Service personnel should
read this manual thoroughly before servicing these chassis.
This service manual includes:
1. Assembly and disassembly instructions for the front and rear cabinet components.
2. Servicing of the Lenticular Screen and Fresnel Lens.
3. Servicing printed circuit boards (PCBs).
4. CRT replacement procedure.
5. Electrical adjustments.
6. Chip parts replacement procedures.
7. Circuit path diagrams.
The parts list section of this service manual includes:
1. Cabinet and screen parts.
2. Electrical parts.
Schematic and block diagrams of the above listed models are included in this service manual for better understanding of the circuitry. PCB drawings are also included for easy location of parts and test points.
PRODUCT SAFETY NOTICE
Many electrical and mechanical parts in television receivers have special safety related characteristics. These
characteristics are often not evident from visual inspection nor can the protection afforded by them necessarily be
obtained by using replacement components rated for higher voltage, wattage, etc.
Replacement parts which have special safety characteristics are identified in this service manual.
Electrical components having such features are identified by shading
on the schematic diagram and by bold
type in the parts list of this service manual. The replacement for any safety part should be identical in value
and characteristics.
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MODELS: MODELS: WT-46809 / WS-55809 / WS-55819 / WS-65809 / WS-65819
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
NOTICE:
WARNING:
1.
2.
3.
Observe all cautions and safety related notes located inside the receiver cabinet and on the
receiver chassis.
Operation of this receiver outside the cabinet or with the cover removed presents a shock hazard
from the receiver's power supplies. Work on the receiver should not be attempted by anyone who is
not thoroughly familiar with the precautions necessary when working on high voltage equipment.
Do not install, remove or handle the picture tubes in any manner unless shatterproof goggles are
worn. People not so equipped should be kept away while the picture tube is being handled. Keep
the picture tube away from the body while handling.
When service is required, observe the original lead dress. Extra precaution should be taken to
assure correct lead dress in the high voltage area. Where a short-circuit has occurred, replace those
components that indicate evidence of overheating.
X-Radiation warning
The surface of the cathode ray tubes (CRTs) may generate X-Radiation, so take proper precautions when servicing. It is recommended that a lead apron be used for shielding while handling the CRT. Use this method if
possible.
When replacing the CRTs, use only the designated replacement part since it is a critical component with regard to
X-Radiation. High voltage must be set as prescribed under the section titled Electrical Adjustments.
Leakage current check
Before returning the receiver to the customer, it is recommended that leakage current be measured according to
the following methods.
1. Cold Check
With the alternating current (AC) plug removed from the AC source, place a jumper across the two AC plug
prongs. Connect one lead of an ohm meter to the AC plug and touch the other lead to each exposed metal
part (i.e. antennas, handle bracket, metal cabinet, screw heads, metal overlay, control shafts, etc.), particularly any exposed metal part that has a return path to the chassis. The resistance of the exposed metal parts
having a return path to the chassis should be a minimum of 1Mega Ohm. Any resistance below this value
indicates an abnormal condition and requires corrective action.
2. Hot Check ...Use the circuit shown below to perform the hot check test.
1. Keep switch S1 open and connect the receiver to the measuring circuit. Immediately after
connection, and with the switching devices of the receiver in their operating positions, measure
the leakage current for both positions of switch S2.
2. Close switch S1, energizing the receiver. Immediately after closing switch S1, and with the
switching devices of the receiver in their operating positions, measure the leakage current for both
positions of switch S2. Repeat the current measurements of items 1 and 2 after the receiver has
reached thermal stabilization. The leakage current must not exceed 0.5 milliampere (mA).
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MODELS: WT-46809 / WS-55809 / WS-55819 / WS-65809 / WS-65819
CABINET DISASSEMBLY (FRONT VIEW)
WT-46809
*Refer to the Parts List for Part Numbers
1a. Front Cabinet Disassembly
1.
2.
3.
4.
Remove the Speaker Grille by pulling forward.
Remove the Board Front by removing 4 screws (a).
Remove the 4 screws (b) holding the Screen Assembly.
Lift the Screen Assembly up and away from the cabinet.
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MODELS: MODELS: WT-46809 / WS-55809 / WS-55819 / WS-65809 / WS-65819
CABINET DISASSEMBLY (FRONT VIEW)
WS-55809 / WS-65809
*Refer to the Parts List for Part Numbers
1b. Front Cabinet Disassembly
1.
2.
3.
4.
Remove the Speaker Grille by pulling forward.
Remove the Board Front by removing 4 screws (a).
Remove the 5 screws (b) holding the Screen Assembly.
Lift the Screen Assembly up and away from the cabinet.
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MODELS: WT-46809 / WS-55809 / WS-55819 / WS-65809 / WS-65819
CABINET DISASSEMBLY (FRONT VIEW)
WS-55819 / WS-65819
*Refer to the Parts List for Part Numbers
1c. Front Cabinet Disassembly
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Remove the Speaker Grille by pulling forward.
Remove 2 screws (a) to remove the Control Panel.
Remove the Board Front by removing 4 screws (b).
Remove the 4 screws (c) holding the Screen Assembly.
Lift the Screen Assembly up and away from the cabinet.
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MODELS: MODELS: WT-46809 / WS-55809 / WS-55819 / WS-65809 / WS-65819
CABINET DISASSEMBLY (REAR VIEW)
WT-46809
*Refer to the Parts List for Part Numbers
2a. Rear Cabinet Disassembly
1.
2.
3.
3.
4.
Remove 15 screws (a) holding the Back Board.
Remove the 13 screws (b) holding the Back Cover.
Remove the 3 screws (d) securing each Board Shelf.
Remove the 4 screws (c) securing the Light Box Assembly.
Slide the Light Box out the rear of the Cabinet.
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MODELS: WT-46809 / WS-55809 / WS-55819 / WS-65809 / WS-65819
CABINET DISASSEMBLY (REAR VIEW)
WS-55809 / WS-55819 / WS-65809 / WS-65819
*Refer to the Parts List for Part Numbers
2b.
1.
2.
3.
4.
Rear Cabinet Disassembly
Remove 12 screws (a) holding the Back Board.
Remove the 4 screws (c) holding each Board Shelf.
Remove the 4 screws (b) securing the Light Box Assembly.
Slide the Light Box out the rear of the Cabinet.
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MODELS: MODELS: WT-46809 / WS-55809 / WS-55819 / WS-65809 / WS-65819
SERVICING THE LENTICULAR SCREEN AND FRESNEL LENS
CAUTION: Wear gloves when handling the Lenticular Screen and Fresnel Lens.
This prevents cuts and finger prints. Do not place Fresnel Lens in the sun.
This may cause fire and heat related injuries.
WT-46809 / WS-55809 / WS-65809
1a. Lenticular Screen and Fresnel Lens Removal
1. Remove the screen assembly shown in the Cabinet Disassembly procedure.
2. Remove the screws (a) securing the Screen Holder.
3. Slide the Lenticular Screen and Fresnel Lens from the Screen Frame.
Note: When separating the Lenticular Screen from the Fresnel Lens, use caution
while prying the Screen and Lens apart. Use a slot type screw drive, and
remove the pressure sensitive double sided tape.
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MODELS: WT-46809 / WS-55809 / WS-55819 / WS-65809 / WS-65819
SERVICING THE LENTICULAR SCREEN AND FRESNEL LENS
CAUTION: Wear gloves when handling the Lenticular Screen and Fresnel Lens.
This prevents cuts and finger prints. Do not place Fresnel Lens in the sun.
This may cause fire and heat related injuries.
WS-55819 / WS-65819
1a. Lenticular Screen and Fresnel Lens Removal
1. Remove the screen assembly shown in the Cabinet Disassembly procedure.
2. Remove the Screen Frame top section by removing 4 screws (a).
3. Carefully grasp the Lenticular Screen and Fresnel Lens combination and pull upward and out
of the Screen Frame Assembly.
Note: When separating the Lenticular Screen from the Fresnel Lens, use caution
while prying the Screen and Lens apart. Use a slot type screw drive, and
remove the pressure sensitive double sided tape.
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MODELS: MODELS: WT-46809 / WS-55809 / WS-55819 / WS-65809 / WS-65819
SERVICING THE LENTICULAR SCREEN AND FRESNEL LENS
2. Lenticular Screen and Fresnel Lens Installation.
Note: Store the Lenticular Screen and Fresnel Lens in a cool dry place. High humidity may
deform the Lenticular Screen and Fresnel Lens.
1. Apply double coated tape (Part # LENS-TAPE) along the top front edge of the Fresnel Lens
as shown below. Refer to the Table below for proper tape length.
2. Place the Fresnel Lens on top of the Lenticular Screen and apply pressure at the top edge
to bond them together as shown below.
Mode l
W T-46809
W S-55809
W S-55819
W S-65809
W S-65819
Scree n
Size
46"
55"
55"
65"
65"
Ta pe
Le ngth
40"
47.8"
47.8"
56.5"
56.5"
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MODELS: WT-46809 / WS-55809 / WS-55819 / WS-65809 / WS-65819
SERVICING THE DIAMONDSHIELD™
1. DiamondShield™ Removal Procedure
The location of the DiamondShieldTM molding clips varies between models, top and bottom, or sides. Use
the appropriate disassembly procedure given below.
Note: Wear gloves when handling the DiamondShield™ to prevent finger prints.
Side Molding Clips
Top & Bottom Molding Clips
1. Gently insert a small screwdriver between the
DiamondShield™ and one end of the clip to
pry the clip loose.
2. Remove both clips by pulling them toward you.
3. Carefully insert a small screwdriver into the
gap at the top/center point of the Shield and
pull the Shield slightly away from the unit.
Place your hands at the points shown and
gently bow the Shield toward you and remove
from the unit. Then re-install the two clips.
1. Gently insert a small screwdriver between the
DiamondShield™ and one end of the clip to
pry the clip loose.
2. Remove both clips by pulling them toward you.
3. Carefully insert a small screwdriver into the
gap at the side/center point of the Shield and
pull the Shield slightly away from the unit.
Place your hands at the points shown and
gently bow the Shield toward you and remove
from the unit. Then re-install the two clips.
2. DiamondShield™ Installation Procedure
*(See the Parts List for DiamondShield™ part numbers)
To install the DiamondShieldTM, reverse the above Removal Procedure.
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MODELS: MODELS: WT-46809 / WS-55809 / WS-55819 / WS-65809 / WS-65819
PCB Locations and Chassis Removal
Chassis Removal
1) Remove the 3 screws (a)
securing the rear of the
chassis.
2) Pull up slightly of the 2
front chassis locks (b).
3) Disconnect all interconnecting cables.
4) Carefully slide the
chassis out the rear of
the cabinet.
Main Components Location
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MODELS: WT-46809 / WS-55809 / WS-55819 / WS-65809 / WS-65819
CRT REPLACEMENT
1. Removal of the CRT
Caution!
High voltage should be completely discharged prior to CRT removal.
Since The CRTs receive high voltage from the HV Block, discharge
by shorting the open end of the respective high voltage cable to
chassis ground.
Note: Refer to the Cabinet Disassembly Procedures when performing steps 1 through 4.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Remove the Speaker Grille, Front Board, and Screen Assy.
Remove the Back Board.
Remove the Anode Lead Wire from the CR Block.
Remove the PCB-CRT.
Remove 4 hex-screws "a" retaining the Optical Unit. [Figure 5-1]
Remove 4 screws "b" retaining the Lens.
Note: DO NOT loosen the RED screws. Doing so will break the seal between the
C-Element and the # 6 Lens, causing leakage of the CRT Coolant.
7. Remove 4 screws "c" retaining the CRT. [Figure 5-2]
8. Remove the Deflection Yoke from the neck of the CRT. [Figure 5-7]
Figure 5-1
Figure 5-2
Note: The 4 spring-loaded screws shown
in Fig 5-2 and labeled as "DO NOT
REMOVE", should not be loosened
under any circumstance. Doing so
will break the seal between the
CRT and the CRT-Spacer, causing
leakage of the CRT Coolant.
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MODELS: MODELS: WT-46809 / WS-55809 / WS-55819 / WS-65809 / WS-65819
2. Installation of the CRT
Note: The replacement CRT is supplied as an assembly comprised of the CRT and the
Inner Lens with the space between them filled with ethylene glycol. Care should
be taken during handling and installation to prevent shock from disrupting the seal
or alignment between the CRT and Inner Lens. [Figure 5-3]
Figure 5-3
Note: The CRT fixing screws should not be loosened nor should they be removed. [Figure 5-4]
Figure 5-4
1. Carefully position the replacement CRT and fasten in place using 4 screws "d". [Figure 5-6]
Figure 5-6
Figure 5-5
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2. Install the Deflection Yoke on the CRT neck. [Figure 5-7]
3. Install the Lens that was removed in steps 8 and 9 of Removal Of The CRT. [ Figures 5-1 and 5-2 ]
a) Position the Lens so that the Label faces the direction shown in Figure 5-8.
b) Install the mounting screws. [Figure 5-1]
4. Connect the PCB-CRT.
5. Insert the Optical Unit into the Light Box Assembly.
6. Insert the Anode Lead Wire into the Flyback Transformer.
7. Re-clamp the Lead Wire in its original position.
Figure 5-7
Figure 5-8
Adjustment procedures after replacing the CRT(s)
• CRT Cut Off / White Balance Adjustment
• Static Convergence Adjustment
• Dynamic Convergence Adjustment
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MODELS: WT-46809 / WS-55809 / WS-55819 / WS-65809 / WS-65819
ELECTRICAL ADJUSTMENTS
Note: Perform only the adjustments required.
Do not attempt an alignment if proper equipment is not available.
1. Test Equipment
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Oscilloscope (Unless otherwise specified, use 10:1 probes)
Signal Generator (both SD and HD capable)
Frequency Counter
Direct Current Voltmeter
Direct Current Power Supply
Multiplex Audio Signal Generator
Direct Current Ampere Meter
2. Test Signal
A. Monoscope Signal
Note: If you do not have
a monoscope signal source,
connect the unit to a VCR
and play a Monoscope
*alignment tape.
(* Part Number: 859C568060)
B. Color Bar Signal
Use the color bar signal shown
below, unless otherwise specified
in this manual.
Monoscope Signal
100%
75%
40%
40%
1H
Split-Field Color Bars (100% window)
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MODELS: WT-46809 / WS-55809 / WS-55819 / WS-65809 / WS-65819
3. Initial Setup
A. Option Menu Setup
Follow the steps below for the initial set-up:
1. Select the "MENU" display by pressing the "MENU" button once.
2. Press the number buttons "0", "1", "7", "0" in sequence to select
the "OPTION MENU" display.
3. Press the "ADJUST" button to select "INITIAL."
4. Press "ENTER."
NOTE: At this time channel 3 is automatically selected.
(MENU-0-1-7-0)
OPTION MENU
Initial
Power restore
DTV Port
:OFF
:Auto
B. Default Settings
SETUP
Memorize Channels
ANT A
Language
English
CLOCK
Clock Setting
Auto
Time Zone
Eastern
Daylight Savings
Applies
Clock Time
N/A
Set Day
N/A
AV CONNECTION
AV Network
OFF
External Audio System
NO
AV Receiver at Input 1
None
Audio Output
Variable
INPUT ASSIGNMENT
Antenna A
On
Antenna B
On
DTV
YPrPb
Input 1
Input-1
Input 2
Input-2
Input 3
Input-3
Input 4
Input-4
Component 1
Comp. 1
component 2
Comp. 2
CAPTIONS
Closed Captions
With Mute
CC Background
Gray
MAIN MENU DEFAULT SETTINGS
ADVANCED FEATURES
CHANNEL EDIT
Input
ANT A SD Video Format
480P
Channel
3 Video Mute
On
Memory
Deleted Black Level Expansion
On
Name
N/A
AUDIO SETTINGS
SQV
N/A Volume
30%
Bass
50%
TIMER
Timer
Off Treble
50%
Set Time
12:00PM Balance
50%
Set Day
Everyday Surround
Off
Input
ANT A Listen to
Stereo
Channel
3 Level Sound
Off
VIDEO SETTINGS
V-CHIP PARENT LOCK
V-CHIP
Off Iris
Off
TV Rating
TV-PG Contrast
100%
FV-Fantasy Violence
Allow Brightness
50%
D-Sexual Dialog
Allow Sharpness
50%
L-Adult Language
Allow Color
50%
S-Sexual Situation
Allow Tint
50%
V-Violence
Allow Color Temp.
High
Program not Rated
Allow Video Noise
Standard
Movie Rating
PG Image Type
Video
V-CHIP LOCK BY TIME
PIP/POP
V-Chip Start Time
12:00 AM Source
Ant A Ch 3
V-Chip Stop Time
12:00 AM PIP Position
Lower Right
Lock by Time
Off POP Position
Right Half
Lock Time
N/A Format
Stretched
Unlock Time
N/A PIP/POP Format
Dble. Window
A/V RESET DEFAULT SETTINGS (By Input)
A/V Memory ANT-A/B
DTV
INPUTS 1-4 DVD-1/2
Iris
OFF
Contrast
Max.
Max.
Max.
Max.
Brightness
Center
Center
Center
Center
Sharpness
Center
Center
Center
Center
Color
Center
Center
Center
Center
Tint
Center
Center
Center
Center
Color Temp.
High
High
High
High
Video Noise
Standard Standard Standard Standard
Image Type
Video
Video
Video
Video
Bass
Center
Center
Center
Center
Treble
Center
Center
Center
Center
Balance
Center
Center
Center
Center
Surround
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
Listen To
Stereo
N/A
N/A
N/A
Level Sound
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
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C. A/V Memory
Each of the external inputs has its’ own Audio/Video Memory. A change in an A/V setting at a specific input
is stored in memory for that specific input.
A/V Reset
1. The front panel AV Reset button initializes all A/V Memories.
2. The AV Reset in the user’s menu initializes only the selected input’s A/V Memory.
4. LED Indicator Diagnostics
The “Power ON LED” provides an indication of the sets operation, and the possible cause of a malfunction.
1. Initial Control Circuitry Check
Immediately after the TV is connected to an AC power source:
• The LED flashes three times ... indicating the Microprocessor has initialized and is functioning
properly.
• If the LED does not flash ... the Microprocessor is NOT functioning.
2. Error Code Operational Check
Pressing the front panel “INPUT” and “MENU” buttons at the same time, and holding for 5 seconds,
activates the Error Code Mode. The LED flashes denoting a two digit Error Code, or indicating no problem
has occurred since the last Initialization.
Note: The front panel buttons must used, NOT those on the Remote Control.
•
•
•
•
The number of flashes indicates the value of the MSD (tens digit) of the Error Code.
The flashing then pauses for approximately 1/2 second.
The LED then flashes indicating the value of the LSD (ones digit) of the Error Code.
The Error Code is repeated a total of 5 times.
Example: If the Error Code is “24”, the LED will flash two times, pause, and then flash four
times.
3. Error Codes
The Error Code designations indicating a malfunction, or no malfunction, are listed below:
“12” ... indicates no error has occurred.
“21” ... X-Ray Protect circuit.
“22” ... Short Protect circuit.
“23” ... Horizontal Deflection failure.
“24” ... Vertical Deflection failure.
5. Circuit Adjustment Mode
Most of the adjustments can only be performed
using the remote hand unit. Many of the adjustments must be performed in both the NTSC and
HD modes. Video/Color adjustments must be
performed in the NTSC and HD modes, and
data must be preset in the 480P (DVD) and VGA
modes.
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A. Activating the Circuit Adjustment Mode
The current signal source determines if the
activated Adjustment Mode is NTSC or HD.
1. Select the signal source (NTSC or HD).
2. Press the "MENU" button on a remote hand unit.
3. Press the number buttons "0", "1", "5", "7" in sequence. The
screen will change to the Adjustment Mode.
Note: Repeat steps 1 and 2 if the circuit
adjustment mode does not appear
on screen.
B. Selection of adjustment Functions and
Adjustment Items
To select an adjustment item in the circuit adjustment mode,
first select the adjustment function that includes the specific
adjustment item to be selected. Then select the adjustment
item.
Refer to the following pages for the listing of adjustment functions and adjustment items.
1. Press the "AUDIO" button on a remote hand unit to select an adjustment function. Each time the button
is pressed, the Function changes in the following
sequence:
Video
Defl
Main
Start
Chroma
Jungle
Matrix
Adjustment Functions
HR
Iris
Audio
Sub
Matrix
2. Press the “VIDEO” button to select a specific Adjustment Item. The Item number increases each time
the “VIDEO” button is pressed.
C. Changing Data
After selecting an adjustment Item, use the “ADJUST UP/DOWN” button to change data.
•
Press “ADJUST DOWN” to decrease the data value.
•
Press “ADJUST UP” to increase the data value.
D. Saving Adjustment Data
Press “ENTER” to save adjustment data in memory. The character display turns red for approximately
one second in this step.
Note: If the circuit adjustment mode is terminated without pressing “ENTER”, changes in adjustment
data are not saved.
E. Terminating the Circuit Adjustment Mode
Press the “MENU” button on the remote hand unit twice to terminate the adjustment mode.
Note: The circuit adjustment mode can also be terminated by turning power OFF.
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F. Toggle Between Reception Modes
Pressing “3” when in the Adjustment Mode toggles between NTSC, HD, 480P and VGA. However data
changes are not automatically saved. Press “ENTER” to save data before pressing “3”.
6.
Convergence Adjustment Mode
The Convergence mode is used to perform raster geometry correction, and convergence adjustments.
These adjustments must be made in both the SD (NTSC) and HD modes.
A. Convergence Mode Activation
1.
Press MENU-0-1-5-9
2.
When the Convergence Mode is activated, the display below appears on a Green Crosshatch.
B. Selecting the HD or SD Mode
1.
Select the Signal Source before entering the Convergence Mode, either an NTSC or HD source.
2.
Enter the Convergence Mode
• If the signal source is NTSC, the SD mode is activated.
• If the signal source is HD, the HD mode is activated.
3.
Activating the HD mode when no HD signal is available
• Activate the Factory Option Menu (MENU-0-1-7-0)
• Use the “Adjust” keys to select “DTV Port” and use the “Enter” key to change the setting from
“AUTO” to “1080i”.
• Exit the Option Menu (Press MENU twice)
• Select the DTV Inputs as the signal source (INPUT button)
• Activate the Convergence Mode ... the Convergence mode will be in the HD mode and the
internal crosshatch is displayed.
4.
After adjusting Convergence, be sure to set the DTV Port back to AUTO.
• Select an analog Input as the signal source (INPUT button)
• Activate the Factory Option Menu (MENU-0-1-7-0)
• Use the “Adjust” keys to select “DTV Port” and use the “Enter” key to change the setting from “HD”
to “AUTO”.
• Exit the Option Menu (Press MENU twice)
C. Convergence Mode Functions
In the Convergence Mode there are three main Functions (Categories).
• Pressing “6” activates CONV MISC
• Pressing “5” activates COARSE CONV
• Pressing “4” activates FINE CONV
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D. CONV MISC (Press 6)
This mode is used to preset data values controlling the Convergence Generator, and to perform the HV
Regulation adjustment.
1. Use the VIDEO button to select an item.
2. Use the ADJUST buttons to change data.
NOTE: When Item “0 HVOL” is selected the screen goes black except for the data display. This occurs
since a black screen is required when making the HV Regulation adjustment.
E. COARSE CONV (Press 5)
There are four Sub Functions in the Coarse mode, COARSE GREEN, COARSE RED, COARSE BLUE
and DF.
• COARSE GREEN .... used to make Coarse Raster Geometry Adjustments.
• COARSE RED ... used to make Coarse Red Convergence Adjustments.
• COARSE BLUE ... used to make Coarse Blue Convergence Adjustments.
• DF ... used to preset data values controlling the Dynamic Beam Focus circuit drive signal.
1. Use AUDIO button to select a Sub Function
2. Use the VIDEO button to select an Adjustment Item.
3. Use the ADJUST buttons to change data.
F. FINE CONV (Press 4)
Sub Functions
This mode is used to perform Fine Raster Correction, and Fine Red and Blue Convergence Adjustments.
There are three Sub Adjustment Functions, selected with the AUDIO button:
• FINE GREEN .... a Green Crosshatch is displayed, to make Fine Raster Corrections.
• FINE RED .... a White Crosshatch is displayed, to make Fine Red Convergence Adjustments.
• FINE BLUE .... a White Crosshatch is displayed, to make Fine Blue Convergence Adjustments.
Cursor
In the Fine mode a Cursor is added to the Crosshatch. The ENTER button toggles the Cursor between two
modes:
• MOVE (blinking Cursor) .... use the ADJUST buttons to select any of 64 points on the Crosshatch.
• ADJUST (Non blinking Cursor) .... the ADJUST buttons adjust the active color at the current Cursor
position, horizontally or vertically.
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Cursor Coordinates
Specific intersections in the Crosshatch are assigned vertical and
horizontal coordinates. These are
shown in the adjacent diagram. The
Cursor can only be moved to those
positions that have coordinates
assigned. If the Cursor is at coordinates outside the screen area, the
Cursor will not be visible. Use the
ADJUST buttons to move the Cursor
to an intersection on the screen.
Display
The on-screen display changes in the Fine mode, as shown at the right. The display shows the vertical
and horizontal data for the current Cursor Position, and the horizontal and vertical coordinates for that
position.
G. Saving Data and Exiting the Convergence Mode
Press MENU twice to exit the Convergence mode, data is automatically saved.
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E2PROM Replacement
IC7C01 and IC7C02 stores the adjustment data. After replacing the IC, set the data to the values given in
the following tables. If good performance is not obtained, perform the Adjustments Procedures given in the
Notes column.
List of Adjustment Items.
VIDEO / CHROMA Function
Function Display
Item # Abbrev.
1
SCT
2
SBRT
3
SCOL
4
STIN
5
SCON
6
RDRH
7
GDR
8
BDRH
9
CTRH
10
CTGH
11
CTBH
12
RDRL
13
BDRL
14
CTRL
15
CTGL
16
CTBL
17
GMMA
18
BRT
19
COL
21
CONT
52
VM
56
CRO1
57
CBO1
68
AG1
IC2V00
Data
Initial Data
Notes
Range NTSC HD 480P
0~63
42
42
42
Sub Contrast
0~63
18
18
18
Black Level
0~15
3
2
2
Preset
0~15
6
7
7
"
0~15
2
2
2
"
0~63
42
42
42 White Balance
0~63
50
50
50
Preset
0~63
42
42
42 White Balance
0~63
15
15
15
"
0~63
50
50
50
Preset
0~63
15
15
15 White Balance
0~63
50
50
50
"
0~63
25
25
25
"
0~63
23
23
23
"
0~63
50
50
50
"
0~63
10
10
10
"
0~15
8
4
5
Preset
0~63
31
User
31
31
0~63
31
User
31
31
0~63
42
Preset
42
42
0~3
2
2
2
"
0~15
9
9
9
Cb Cr Offset
0~15
10
10
10
Cb Cr Offset
0
0
0
Preset
0∼1
Adjustment
Description
Picture Gain Control
Sub Brightness
Sub Color
Sub Tint
Sub Contrast
R-Drive (high)
G-Drive
B-Drive (high)
R-Cutoff (high)
G-Cutoff (high)
B-Cutoff (high)
R-Drive (low)
B-Drive (low)
R-Cutoff (low)
G-Cutoff (low)
B-Cutoff (low)
Gamma control
Brightness control
Color Gain control
Picture Gain control
VM level
CR Offset 1
CB Offset 1
White Aging On/Off
DEFL JUNGLE Function
Function Display
Adjustment
Item # Abbrev.
Description
1
HWID Horizontal Width
2
HKEY Horizontal Keystone
3
EWPT EW-PCC on top
5
EWPB EW-PCC on bottom
7
VHGT Vertical Height
8
VLIN Vertical Linearity
9
VSCN Vertical S-Correction
20
VPOS Vertical Position
Data
Range
0~63
0~63
0~63
0~63
0~63
0~15
0~15
0~63
46" Data
HD NTSC
35
36
31
31
25
26
25
26
36
46
12
12
0
0
31
0
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55" Data
HD NTSC
27
39
31
31
26
31
26
20
40
46
8
9
0
0
36
36
IC4A01
Notes
65" Data
HD NTSC
38
39
Width
31
31
Preset
26
27
"
26
27
"
35
47
Height
12
12
Preset
0
0
"
31
0
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MODELS: WT-46809 / WS-55809 / WS-55819 / WS-65809 / WS-65819
MAIN MATRIX Function
Function Display
Adjustment
Item #
Abbrev.
Description
1
TNTM Main Tint
2
COLM Main Color
3
YDRM Main Gain Control
Data
Range
0~63
0~63
0~31
IC6M00
Notes
Initial
Data
29
19
12
Preset
"
Main Y Level
SUB MATRIX Function
Function Display
Item #
Abbrev.
1
TNTS
2
COLS
3
YDRS
4
VPDS
5
UPDS
Adjustment
Description
Sub Tint
Sub Color
Sub Gain Control
Sub-V Pedestal DC Control
Sub-U Pedestal DC Control
Data
Range
0~63
0~63
0~31
0~15
0~15
Initial
Data
30
30
12
7
7
IC6P00
Notes
Sub Picture Tint
Sub Color
Sub Y Level
Preset
"
AUDIO Function
Function Display
Adjustment
Item #
Abbrev.
Description
1
INP
Input Level Alignment
3
WDE Wideband Separator Align.
4
SPC
Spectral Separator Align.
Data
Range
0~15
0~31
0~31
IC3A01
Notes
Initial
Data
8
3
3
Input Level
Separation
"
IRIS Function
Function Display
Adjustment
Item #
Abbrev.
Description
1
0T1
Lower thresh hold voltage setting
Data
Range
0-255
Initial
Data
100
HR Function
Item
Number
1
2
Abbrev.
Description
Name
HR
Display horiz. Centering (NTSC)
HRHD Display horiz. Centering (HD)
DYNAMIC FOCUS
Item
Number
0
1
Abbrev.
Name
DFH
DFV
Data
128
128
MENU-0-1-5-9
Data
Description
SD&HD
Dynamic Focus Horizontal
235
Dynamic Focus Vertical
100
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Notes
Preset
MODELS: WT-46809 / WS-55809 / WS-55819 / WS-65809 / WS-65819
CONV MISC Items
Item
Abbrev.
Description
Number
Name
0
HVOL
High Voltage Control
1
VSTR
Vertical Correction Signal Start Point
2
VCNT
Vert. Correction Increment per Line
3
STLN
Horiz. Correction Start Line Number
4
FPHS
Fine H-Phase of Correction Signal
5
CPHS
Coarse H-Phase of Correction Signal
6
DPHS
Dynamic Focus H-Phase
7
TPHS
Test Pattern H-Phase
8
HDLY
HBLK Delay
9
PLWD
HBLK Pulse Width
* Do not change "0 HVOL" if it has been previously set.
(MENU-0-1-5-9-6)
Data
Notes
SD
HD
128
HV Adj.
0
0
Preset
29
29
"
59
85
"
200
200
"
15
15
"
245
245
"
70
71
"
235
240
"
31
31
"
CONV GREEN Items
Item
Abbrev.
Description
Number
Name
0
HSTA*
Horizontal Position
1
SPCC
Side Pincushion Correction
2
HWID
Width
3
SKEW
Skew (Y axis rotation)
4
VSTA*
Vertical Position
5
VKEY
Vertical Keystone Correction
6
TBPC
Top/Bottom Pincushion Correction
7
TILT
Horizontal Tilt (X axis rotation)
*HSTA and VSTA must not exceed ±200
46" Data
SD
HD
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
-43
0
-15
-15
-250
-200
0
0
55" Data
SD
HD
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
-18
20
-30
-30
-290
-260
0
0
(MENU-0-1-5-9-5)
65" Data
Notes
SD
HD
0
0
Centering
0
0
Geo. (Conv)
0
0
Geo. (Conv)
0
0
Geo. (Conv)
-45
0
Centering
-25
-25 Geo. (Conv)
-310
-250 Geo. (Conv)
0
0
Geo. (Conv)
46" Data
SD
HD
40
40
-250
-230
0
0
-80
-80
50
50
0
0
-150
-135
0
0
55" Data
SD
HD
40
40
-220
-220
0
0
-10
-30
40
40
0
0
-140
-150
0
0
(MENU-0-1-5-9-5)
65" Data
Notes
SD
HD
0
0
Static Conv.
-230
-200 Coarse Conv.
0
0
Coarse Conv.
-20
-20 Coarse Conv.
40
40 Coarse Conv.
0
0
Static Conv.
-120
-110 Coarse Conv.
0
0
Coarse Conv.
46" Data
SD
HD
-40
-40
250
220
0
0
-20
-20
-50
-50
0
0
150
135
0
0
55" Data
SD
HD
-40
-40
270
250
0
0
10
10
-40
-40
0
0
140
150
0
0/0
(MENU-0-1-5-9-5)
65" Data
Notes
SD
HD
0
0
Static Conv.
230
200 Coarse Conv.
0
0
Coarse Conv.
0
0
Coarse Conv.
-40
-40 Coarse Conv.
0
0
Static Conv.
120
110 Coarse Conv.
0
0
Coarse Conv.
CONV RED Items
Item
Abbrev.
Description
Number
Name
0
HSTA*
Horizontal Position
1
HLIN
Horiz. Linearity
2
SKEW
Skew (Y axis rotation)
3
HWID
Width
4
HSBW
Horiz. Side Bow Correction
5
VST*
Vertical Position
6
VKEY
Vertical Keystone Correction
7
TILT
Horizontal Tilt (X axis rotation)
*HSTA and VSTA must not exceed ±200
CONV BLUE Items
Item
Abbrev.
Description
Number
Name
0
HSTA*
Horizontal Position
1
HLIN
Horiz. Linearity
2
SKEW
Skew (Y axis rotation)
3
HWID
Width
4
HSBW
Horiz. Side Bow Correction
5
VST*
Vertical Position
6
VKEY
Vertical Keystone Correction
7
TILT
Horizontal Tilt (X axis rotation)
*HSTA and VSTA must not exceed ±200
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Adjustments Test Point Locations
Test Points
DT pins 3 & 6 ... HV Regulation Adjustment
DT pins 7 & 8 .... Sub Contrast
JA pins 6 & 8 ... Audio Adjustments
EA pin 1 & 15 ... Main & Sub Y Level
EB pin 5 ........... Side by Side Sub Color
TP6R ............... Red CRT Cutoff
TP6G ............... Green CRT Cutoff
TP6B ............... Blue CRT Cutoff
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[Audio Circuit]
Purpose:
1. MCS Input Level
Symptom: Distorted sound during a stereo broadcast.
Measuring
Instrument
Oscilloscope
Test Point
Connector JA pins 6 & 8
Ext. Trigger
------
Measuring
Range
50mV/Div
Input Signal
RF Stereo
300 Hz modulation
Input Terminal
RF Input
Check the input signal level to the MCS circuit
1. Supply an RF MCS signal to the Ant A input, 300 Hz at 100% modulation
(25 kHz deviation) for right and left channels.
2. Connect the oscilloscope to connector JA pin 8 (Main Tuner Right Audio).
3. Enter the Adjustment Mode and select the Audio Function.
4. Verify that the Audio Function items are set to the data values given the
table below.
5. Set the data for Item “1 INP” for 1.56 Vp-p ±0.06V.
6. Connect the oscilloscope to connector JA pin 6 (Main Tuner Left Audio).
7. Confirm that the left audio level at pin 6 of the JA connector is 1.56 Vp-p
±0.06V.
Note: Adjustment 2 (Stereo Separation) must be performed after this adjustment)
CIRCUIT ADJUST MODE
Activate …….. MENU-0-1-5-7
Function …...………..AUDIO
Item No. ……….…….VIDEO
Adjust Data ….…….ADJUST
Save Data …. ………ENTER
Exit …………..MENU (twice)
AUDIO Function
Item #
Abbrev.
1
INP
3
WDE
4
SPC
[Audio Circuit]
Purpose
2. Separation
Symptom: Poor stereo separation
Measuring
Instrument
Oscilloscope
Note: This adjustment must follow Adjustment 1 (Input Level)
Test Point
Conector JA pin 8
Ext. Trigger
------
Measuring
Range
Input Signal
10mV/Div
Input Terminal
RF Input
RF Stereo
Data
7
16
16
Check stereo separation
1. Supply a RF Stereo Signal (dual tone stereo) to the Ant. A input.
• Left Channel = 300 Hz modulation
• Right Channel = no modulation
2. Connect the oscilloscope to connector JA pin 8 (Main Tuner Right Audio).
3. Enter the Adjustment Mode and select the Audio Function.
4. Set the data for Item “3 WDE” for minimum Right Audio signal.
5. Change the modulation frequency to 3kHz.
6. Adjust the data for Item “4 SPC” for minimum Right Audio signal.
CIRCUIT ADJUST MODE
Activate …….. MENU-0-1-5-7
Function …...………..AUDIO
Item No. ……….…….VIDEO
Adjust Data ….…….ADJUST
Save Data …. ………ENTER
Exit …………..MENU (twice)
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Purpose:
To set the CRT Anode voltage.
[HV Circuit]
3. HV Regulation
Symptom:
Measuring
Instrument
DC Voltmeter
Note: This adjustment must be rechecked following Adjustment 9 CRT Cutoff.
Test Point
DT connector pins 3 & 6
Ext. Trigger
------
Measuring
Range
-------
Input Signal
Video Signal
Monoscope
Input Terminal
Video Input
Dark Picture
1. Supply a video monoscope signal.
2. Sent Contrast to maximum, and Brightness to mid position.
3. Connect a DC volt meter between pins 3 and 6 of the DT connector.
(Positive lead to pin 3)
4. Activate the Conv-Misc Mode.
5. Select Item “0 HVOL” (screen goes black).
6. Adjust Item “0 HVOL” for 15.4V ±0.1V on the meter.
7. Save data and exit the Conv-Misc mode.
8. Confirm that the voltage does not change more than 0.15V.
Note: This adjustment must be performed if E2RESET or Convergence E2RESET
are activated.
CONVERGENCE MODE
Activate ……..MENU-0-1-5-9
Misc. ……………….……"6"
Coarse………………..…."5"
Fine ……………………..."4"
Color (R,G or B)……AUDIO
Item No………….…..VIDEO
Adjust/Move……….ADJUST
Cursor Toggle….…..ENTER
Save & Exit…..MENU (twice)
[Video Circuit]
Purpose
To set picture luminance
4. Main/Sub Y Level
Symptom:
Excess or insufficient brightness.
Measuring
Instrument
Oscilloscope
Test Point
EA connector pins 15 & 1
Ext. Trigger
------
Measuring
Range
------
Input Signal
Color Bars
Input Terminal
Video Input
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Supply a color bar signal to a Video Input (not an RF input).
Select the color bar signal for both the main and sub pictures.
Connect the oscilloscope to connector EA pin 15.
Activate the Adjustment Mode
Select Item “3 YDRM” in the Main Matrix function.
Adjust the data for 0.7 Vp-p max. - 0.67 Vp-p min. at EA pin 15.
(If it cannot be adjusted within this range, set to the lower value)
7. Move the oscilloscope to EA pin 1.
8. Select Item “3 YDRS” in the Sub Matrix function.
9. Adjust the data for 0.7 Vp-p max. - 0.67 Vp-p min. at EA pin 1.
(If it cannot be adjusted within this range, set to the lower value)
CIRCUIT ADJUST MODE
Activate …….. MENU-0-1-5-7
Function …...………..AUDIO
Item No. ……….…….VIDEO
Adjust Data ….…….ADJUST
Save Data …. ………ENTER
Exit …………..MENU (twice)
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[Video Circuit]
Purpose:
5. Side by Side Sub Picture Tint
Symptom: Main and sub pictures colors differ.
Measuring
Instrument
-----
Test Point
-----
Ext. Trigger
------
Measuring
Range
------
Input Signal
NTSC
Input Terminal
RF or Video
1.
2.
3.
3.
4.
5.
To match the sub picture color to that of the main picture.
Supply an NTSC signal.
Select the NTSC signal as the source for both the main and sub pictures.
Activate Side by Side POP
Activate the Adjustment mode.
Select Item “1 TNTS” in the Sub Matrix Function.
Adjust data to match the sub picture color to that of the main picture.
(If “1 TNTS” range is short, adjust Items “4 VPDS” and “5 UPDS”)
CIRCUIT ADJUST MODE
Activate …….. MENU-0-1-5-7
Function …...………..AUDIO
Item No. ……….…….VIDEO
Adjust Data ….…….ADJUST
Save Data …. ………ENTER
Exit …………..MENU (twice)
To set the sub picture color level.
[Video Circuit]
Purpose
6. Side by Side Sub Color
Symptom: Main and sub pictures color levels differs.
Measuring
Instrument
Oscilloscope
Test Point
EB connector pin 5
Ext. Trigger
------
Measuring
Range
Input Signal
200mV/div
20usec/div
Input Terminal
Video Input
Color Bars
Note: Let the set run for at least one minute before making this adjustment.
1. Supply a color bar signal.
2. Select the color bar signal as the source for both the main and sub picture.
3. Connect an oscilloscope to pin 5 of the EB connector.
4. Activate the Side by Side mode.
5. Activate the Service Mode
6. Select Item “2 COLS” in the Sub Matrix function.
7. Adjust data so the amplitude of the Sub signal equals that of the main signal.
CIRCUIT ADJUST MODE
Activate …….. MENU-0-1-5-7
Function …...………..AUDIO
Item No. ……….…….VIDEO
Adjust Data ….…….ADJUST
Save Data …. ………ENTER
Exit …………..MENU (twice)
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Purpose:
To set the cutoff point for all three CRTs.
[CRT Circuit]
7. CRT Cutoff
Symptom:
Measuring
Instrument
Oscilloscope
Note: Use the Expand mode (full screen)
Test Point
TP6R, TP6G, TP6B
Ext. Trigger
------
Measuring
Range
50V/Div. 2msec/Div.
Input Signal
None
Input Terminal
Video Input
VIDEO / CHROMA Function
Item #
Abbrev.
Data
1
SCT
42
2
SBRT
18
5
SCON
2
6
RDRH
42
7
GDR
50
8
BDRH
42
9
CTRH
15
10
CTGH
50
11
CTBH
15
18
BRT
31
19
COL
0
Monochrome has a color tint, or incorrect brightness.
(Refer to page 29 for Test Point locations.)
1. Select an External Input with no signal.
2. Enter the Adjustment Mode, Video/Chroma Function.
3. Set the data to the values given in the table below.
4. Connect the oscilloscope to TP6R.
5. Adjust the Red Screen VR so the black level is 190V, as shown below, or
199V ±1VDC using an DC Voltmeter.
6. Repeat Steps 4 and 5 to set the Blue and Green Screen VRs, using
TP6G and TP6B.
Note: White Balance must be performed after this adjustment.
CIRCUIT ADJUST MODE
Activate …….. MENU-0-1-5-7
Function …...………..AUDIO
Item No. ……….…….VIDEO
Adjust Data ….…….ADJUST
Save Data …. ………ENTER
Exit …………..MENU (twice)
[CRT Circuit]
Purpose
To set the CRTs white level in the NTSC mode.
8. White Balance (NTSC)
Symptom:
Monochrome has a color tint.
Measuring
Instrument
DC Voltmeter
Note: Use the Expand mode (full screen)
Test Point
------
Ext. Trigger
------
Measuring
Range
------
Input Signal
NTSC White Raster
Input Terminal
RF or Video
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
Supply a full White Raster Signal
Activate the Service Mode, Video/Chroma function.
Set the data for Item “19 COL” to 0.
Adjust Items “6 RDRH” and “8 BDRH” for optimum white at the center of
the screen.
Reduce the input luminance level to 25%.
Adjust Items “9 CTRH” and “11 CTBH” for optimum white.
Insert a Milliammeter in series with each CRT Cathode. The maximum
allowable current for each CRT is given in the table below.
Set the white raster to 100% and adjust Items “12 RDRL” and “13 BDRL” for
optimum white at the center of the screen.
Reduce the luminance level to 25%.
Adjust Item “14 CTRL” and “16 CTBL” for optimum white.
Set the data for Item “19 COL” back to 28.
CIRCUIT ADJUST MODE
Activate …….. MENU-0-1-5-7
Function …...………..AUDIO
Item No. ……….…….VIDEO
Adjust Data ….…….ADJUST
Save Data …. ………ENTER
Exit …………..MENU (twice)
Maximum CRT Current
CRT
CURRENT
RED
580 uA
GREEN
580 uA
BLUE
580 uA
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MODELS: WT-46809 / WS-55809 / WS-55819 / WS-65809 / WS-65819
[CRT Circuit]
Purpose:
9. White Balance (HD)
Symptom: Monchrome pictures have a color tint.
Measuring
Instrument
-----
Test Point
-----
Ext. Trigger
------
Measuring
Range
-----
Input Signal
HD White Raster
Input Terminal
DTV Inputs
To set the CRTs white level in the HD mode.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Supply an HD Full White Raster signal to the DTV Inputs.
Select the DTV Inputs (Input button)
Activate the Adjustment mode, Video/Chroma Function.
Set Item “19 COL” to 0.
Adjust Items “6 RDRH” and “8 BDRH” for optimum white at the center of the
screen.
6. Reduce the input signal luminance to 25%.
7. Adjust Items “9 CTRH” and “11 CTBH” for optimum white.
8. Set the data for Item “19 COL” back to 31.
CIRCUIT ADJUST MODE
Activate …….. MENU-0-1-5-7
Function …...………..AUDIO
Item No. ……….…….VIDEO
Adjust Data ….…….ADJUST
Save Data …. ………ENTER
Exit …………..MENU (twice)
[CRT Circuit]
Purpose
10. Cb, Cr Offset
Symptom: Incorrect colors.
Measuring
Instrument
-----
Test Point
-----
Ext. Trigger
------
Measuring
Range
Input Signal
------
Input Terminal
Video & DTV Inputs
White Raster (HD&NTSC)
CIRCUIT ADJUST MODE
Activate …….. MENU-0-1-5-7
Function …...………..AUDIO
Item No. ……….…….VIDEO
Adjust Data ….…….ADJUST
Save Data …. ………ENTER
Exit …………..MENU (twice)
To set Cb and Cr color signal level.
NTSC Mode
1. Supply an NTSC White Raster (25% luminance) signal to a Video Input.
2. Activate the Adjust Mode, Video/Chroma Function
3. Set Item “19 COL” data to 63.
4. Adjust Items “56 CRO1” and “57 CBO1” for optimum white.
5. Set Item “19 COL” data to 31.
6. Save data and Exit the Service Mode.
HD MODE
1. Supply an HD White Raster (25% luminance) signal to a Video Input.
2. Activate the Adjust Mode, Video/Chroma Function
3. Set Item “19 COL” data to 63.
4. Adjust Items “56 CRO1” and “57 CBO1” for optimum white.
5. Set Item “19 COL” data to 31.
6. Save data and Exit the Service Mode.
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[Video Circuit]
MODELS: WT-46809 / WS-55809 / WS-55819 / WS-65809 / WS-65819
Purpose:
To set the black level of the picture.
11. Black Level
Measuring
Instrument
-----
Test Point
-----
Ext. Trigger
------
Measuring
Range
------
Input Signal
Monoscope
Input Terminal
Video Input
CIRCUIT ADJUST MODE
Activate …….. MENU-0-1-5-7
Function …...………..AUDIO
Item No. ……….…….VIDEO
Adjust Data ….…….ADJUST
Save Data …. ………ENTER
Exit …………..MENU (twice)
Symptom:
Excess or insufficient brightness.
1. Supply a Monoscope signal to a Video Input.
2. Activate the Adjust Mode, Video/Chroma Function.
3. Adjust Item “2 SBRT” so the 0% and 10% black levels on the gradation scale
are the same. Make note of the data value.
4. Press ENTER to save data.
5. Use the “3” button to toggle to the HD and 480P modes.
6. Set the data for “2 SBRT” in both modes to the NTSC data value (Step 3).
NOTE: Press ENTER to save data before switching modes.
7. Exit the Service Mode.
40% 30% 20% 10%
50% 0%
0%
0%
60% 70% 80% 90%
GRADATION SCALE
[Video Circuit]
Purpose
To set overall beam current to its’ optimum level.
12. Sub Contrast
Symptom:
Excess or insufficient contrast.
Measuring
Instrument
DC ma meter
Test Point
DT connector pins 7 & 8
Ext. Trigger
------
Measuring
Range
-----
Input Signal
Grayscale
Input Terminal
RF Input
Note: Activate the Expand mode (full screen).
1. Supply a Grayscale signal to a RF Input.
2. Activate the Adjust Mode, Video/Chroma Function.
3. Select Item “1 SCT”, signal level automatically reduces.
4. Connect a 3ma DC meter between DT connector pins 7 and 8. Positive lead to
pin 7.
5. Adjust Item “1 SCT” for 600µA ±10µA (575µa ±10µa on the WT-46809).
Note the data value.
6. Press Enter to save data.
7. Remove the meter.
8. Use the “3” button to toggle to the HD and 480P modes.
9. Set the data for “1 SCT” in both modes to the NTSC data value (Step 5).
NOTE: Press ENTER to save data before switching modes.
10. Save data and Exit the Service Mode.
CIRCUIT ADJUST MODE
Activate …….. MENU-0-1-5-7
Function …...………..AUDIO
Item No. ……….…….VIDEO
Adjust Data ….…….ADJUST
Save Data …. ………ENTER
Exit …………..MENU (twice)
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MODELS: WT-46809 / WS-55809 / WS-55819 / WS-65809 / WS-65819
[Focus Circuit]
Purpose:
13. Dynamic Focus Preset
Symptom: Poor focus at the edges of the screen.
Measuring
Instrument
-----
Test Point
-----
Ext. Trigger
------
Measuring
Range
-----
Input Signal
Monoscope
Input Terminal
Video Input
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
5.
To improve edge focus.
Supply a Monoscope signal to a Video Input
Activate the Convergence Mode.
Select the DF Function under the Conv. Coarse Mode.
Set Items “0 DFH” and “1 DFV” to the data values given in the DF Table.
Press “6” to activate CONV-MISC
Set “0 FPHS” and “1 DPHS” to data values given in the CONV-MISC Table.
Exit the Conv. Mode.
DF (MENU-0-1-5-9 then "AUDIO")
ITEM
ABBR.
DATA
0
DFH
235
1
DFV
100
CIRCUIT ADJUST MODE
Activate …….. MENU-0-1-5-7
Function …...………..AUDIO
Item No. ……….…….VIDEO
Adjust Data ….…….ADJUST
Save Data …. ………ENTER
Exit …………..MENU (twice)
CONV MISC (MENU-0-1-5-9-6)
ITEM
ABBR.
DATA
0
FPHS
200
1
DPHS
245
[CRT Circuit]
Purpose
14. Electrostatic Focus &
(Alignment Magnet)
Symptom: Poor focus.
Measuring
Instrument
-----
Test Point
-----
Ext. Trigger
------
Measuring
Range
Input Signal
------
Input Terminal
Video Input
Monscope & Crosshatch
To set electrostatic focus to the optimum point.
Note: This adjustment must be performed after the Sub Contrast adjustment.
Alignment Magnet Adjustment (WS-55819 and WS-65819 Only)
This adjustment must be performed before Static Focus Adjustment
1. Supply a Crosshatch with Center Dot signal to a Video Input.
2. Select a Green raster using the table below.
3. Roughly adjust Green Focus VR.
4. Rotate Green Focus VR CCW so the center dot is about 10mm diameter.
5. Adjust the Green 4 Pole Magnet for the roundest center dot.
6. Set the Green Focus VR for optimum focus.
7. Repeat the procedure with a Red raster and adjust the Red 4 Pole Magnet.
8. Use silicon to lock the magnets in place.
Static Focus Adjustment (All Models)
1. Supply a Monoscope signal to a Video Input
2. Activate A/V Reset
3. Select Red, Green or Blue rasters using the table below.
3. Set the Red, Green and Blue Focus VRs for optimum focus at the top center of
the picture..
Ra ste r Color
Color Raster
Red
Green
Blue
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Selection
Activation Code
MENU-0-1-5-9-1
MENU-0-1-5-9-2
MENU-0-1-5-9-3
[Video Circuit]
MODELS: WT-46809 / WS-55809 / WS-55819 / WS-65809 / WS-65819
Purpose:
To set the Lens position for optimum focus.
15. Lens Focus
Measuring
Instrument
-----
Test Point
------
Ext. Trigger
------
Measuring
Range
-----
Input Signal
Monoscope
Input Terminal
Video Input
Symptom:
Poor focus
Note: This adjustment must follow item 6 (Electrostatic Focus). Perform this
adjustment for RED, GREEN, and BLUE monochrome pictures.
1. Supply a VIDEO signal (Monoscope).
2. Cover the Red and Blue Lens (producing a green raster).
3. Adjust the Green Lens for best focus at the center of the Monoscope pattern.
Note: Attach a white paper to the
screen center. During adjustment,
observe the picture on the screen
from inside for easier adjustment.
4. Repeat Steps 2 and 3 for the Red
and Blue monochrome pictures.
[On Screen Display]
Purpose
To position the character display horizontally.
16.Character Position
Symptom:
Incorrect display position
Measuring
Instrument
-----
Test Point
-----
Ext. Trigger
------
Measuring
Range
------
Input Signal
Video Signal
Input Terminal
Video Input
1.
2.
3.
3.
Supply a video signal to a Video Input
Enter the Adjustment Mode HR function.
Adjust so the width of (A) and (B) are equal as shown below.
Save data and exit the Service Mode.
CIRCUIT ADJUST MODE
Activate …….. MENU-0-1-5-7
Function …...………..AUDIO
Item No. ……….…….VIDEO
Adjust Data ….…….ADJUST
Save Data …. ………ENTER
Exit …………..MENU (twice)
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MODELS: WT-46809 / WS-55809 / WS-55819 / WS-65809 / WS-65819
To preset data controlling raster geometry
Purpose:
[Conv/Defl]
18. Geometry Preset
Measuring
Instrument
-----
Test Point
------
Ext. Trigger
------
Measuring
Range
-----
Input Signal
NTSC & HD
Input Terminal
Video & DTV Inputs
CIRCUIT ADJUST MODE
Activate …….. MENU-0-1-5-7
Function …...………..AUDIO
Item No. ……….…….VIDEO
Adjust Data ….…….ADJUST
Save Data …. ………ENTER
Exit …………..MENU (twice)
CONVERGENCE MODE
Activate ……..MENU-0-1-5-9
Misc. ……………….……"6"
Coarse………………..…."5"
Fine ……………………..."4"
Color (R,G or B)……AUDIO
Item No………….…..VIDEO
Adjust/Move……….ADJUST
Cursor Toggle….…..ENTER
Save & Exit…..MENU (twice)
CONV. HD WITH NO SIGNAL
1. MENU-0-1-7-0
2. Set DTV Port to 1080i
3. MENU (twice)
4. INPUT select DTV Inputs
5. MENU-0-1-5-9
After adjusting, set the
DTV Port to AUTO
Symptom:
Raster distortion.
Note: This procedure is usually only necessary if:
• An E2PROM is replaced in the Control or Convergence circuits.
• E2RESET or Convergence Reset has been activated.
Procedure
In the Circuit Adjustment and Coarse Convergence Modes set the data to the values
given in the Tables below.
DEFL JUNGLE (MENU-8-2-5-7)
Item # Abbrev.
Data
NTSC HD
1
HWID
29
33
2
HKEY
31
40
3
EWPT
31
31
5
EWPB
39
40
7
VHGT
38
24
8
VLIN
9
9
9
VSCN
0
0
20
VPOS
0
31
CONV GREEN (MENU-0-1-5-9)
55" Data
65" Data
Item # Abbrev. 46" Data
SD HD SD HD SD HD
0
HSTA
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
SPCC
0
0
0
0
0
0
2
HWID
0
0
0
0
0
0
3
SKEW
0
0
0
0
0
0
4
VSTA
-43
0
-45
0
-45
0
5
VKEY
-15 -15 -30 -30 -25 -25
6
TBPC -250 -200 -310 -260 -310 -250
7
TILT
0
0
0
0
0
0
CONV RED (MENU-0-1-5-9)
55" Data
65" Data
Item # Abbrev. 46" Data
SD HD SD HD SD HD
0
HSTA
40
40
40
40
0
0
1
HLIN -250 -230 -250 -230 -230 -200
2
SKEW
0
0
0
0
0
0
3
HWID
-80 -80 -50 -50 -20 -20
4
HSBW
50
50
40
40
40
40
5
VSTA
0
0
0
0
0
0
6
VKEY -150 -135 -140 -125 -120 -110
7
TILT
0
0
0
0
0
0
CONV BLUE (MENU-0-1-5-9)
55" Data
Item # Abbrev. 46" Data
SD HD SD HD
0
HSTA
-40 220 -40 -40
1
HLIN
250
0
250 230
2
SKEW
0
-20
0
0
3
HWID
-20 -50
0
0
4
HSBW -50
0
-40 -40
5
VSTA
0
135
0
0
6
VKEY 150
0
140 125
7
TILT
0
0/0
0
0
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65" Data
SD HD
0
0
230 200
0
0
0
0
-40 -40
0
0
120 110
0
0
MODELS: WT-46809 / WS-55809 / WS-55819 / WS-65809 / WS-65819
[Deflection Circuit]
Purpose:
To set the height, width and linearity of the raster.
19: Deflection Geometry
Height & Width Adjustment
Symptom:
Incorrect height, width and/or linearity.
Measuring
Instrument
-----
Test Point
-----
Ext. Trigger
------
Measuring
Range
-----
Input Signal
Monoscope (NTSC & HD)
Input Terminal
Video & DTV Inputs
CIRCUIT ADJUST MODE
Activate …….. MENU-0-1-5-7
Function …...………..AUDIO
Item No. ……….…….VIDEO
Adjust Data ….…….ADJUST
Save Data …. ………ENTER
Exit …………..MENU (twice)
Preliminary:
1. DO NOT change the initial values for “#8 VLIN” in the Defl. Jungle Function.
2. DO NOT exceed the following VHGT adjustment ranges:
NTSC ... from -4 to +10
HD ... FROM -10 TO +5
NTSC Mode
1. Supply an NTSC Monoscope signal to a Video Input.
2. Select the Monoscope as the signal source (Input button)
3. Activate the Adjustment Mode, Defl. Jungle Function.
4. Select and adjust each of the following items.
• “7 VHGT” ... so the vertical marker sum = 4
• “1 HWD” ... so the horizontal marker sum = 7
5. Save data and Exit the Service Mode.
HD Mode
1. Supply an HD Monoscope signal to the DTV HD Inputs.
2. Select the DTV Inputs as the signal source (Input button)
3. Activate the Service Mode, Defl. Jungle Function.
4. Select and adjust each of the following items.
• “7 VHGT” ... so the vertical marker sum = 2
• “1 HWD” ... so the horizontal marker sum = 10
5. Save data and Exit the Service Mode.
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MODELS: WT-46809 / WS-55809 / WS-55819 / WS-65809 / WS-65819
[Convergence Circuit]
To set the Convergence circuit geometry adjustments.
Purpose:
20. Convergence Geometry
Adjustment
Symptom:
Raster distortion at the top, bottom or sides of the picture.
Measuring
Instrument
-----
Note: Deflection Circuit Geometry must be performed before this adjustment.
Test Point
------
NTSC mode
1. Select a Video Input with no signal.
2. Activate the Convergence Mode, Coarse Green.
3. Adjust the Coarse Green Items shown below for straight crosshatch lines.
4. Select the Fine Green Mode, a Cursor is displayed on the crosshatch.
5. Use the Cursor to adjust for straight crosshatch lines.
6. Exit the Convergence Mode.
Ext. Trigger
------
Measuring
Range
-----
Input Signal
NTSC -- None
HD -- HD sync
Input Terminal
Video & DTV Inputs
HD mode
1. Supply horizontal and vertical HD sync to the DTV Inputs.
Note: If an HD signal is not available, use the Conv. HD With No Signal
procedure.
2. Select the DTV Inputs as the signal source (Input button)
3. Enter the Convergence Mode, Coarse Green.
4. Repeat NTSC Steps 3 through 6 in the HD mode.
CONVERGENCE MODE
Activate ……..MENU-0-1-5-9
Misc. ……………….……"6"
Coarse………………..…."5"
Fine ……………………..."4"
Color (R,G or B)……AUDIO
Item No………….…..VIDEO
Adjust/Move……….ADJUST
Cursor Toggle….…..ENTER
Save & Exit…..MENU (twice)
CONV. HD WITH NO SIGNAL
1. MENU-0-1-7-0
2. Set DTV Port to 1080i
3. MENU (twice)
4. INPUT select DTV Inputs
5. MENU-0-1-5-9
After adjusting, set the
DTV Port to AUTO
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MODELS: WT-46809 / WS-55809 / WS-55819 / WS-65809 / WS-65819
[Convergence Circuit]
Purpose:
To converge red, green and blue at the center of the screen
21. Centering and Static
Convergence
Symptom:
Color edging over the entire picture.
Measuring
Instrument
-----
Test Point
-----
Ext. Trigger
------
Measuring
Range
-----
Input Signal
NTSC -- Monoscope
HD -- Monoscope
Input Terminal
Video & DTV Inputs
CONVERGENCE MODE
Activate ……..MENU-0-1-5-9
Misc. ……………….……"6"
Coarse………………..…."5"
Fine ……………………..."4"
Color (R,G or B)……AUDIO
Item No………….…..VIDEO
Adjust/Move……….ADJUST
Cursor Toggle….…..ENTER
Save & Exit…..MENU (twice)
Preliminary
Degauss the shield cover and bracket unit of the CRT assembly and chassis.
DO NOT degauss the CPM Assemblies.
HD mode
1. Supply an HD Monoscope signal to the DTV Inputs.
2. Select the DTV Inputs as the signal source (Input button).
3. Enter the Convergence Coarse mode.
4. Set the data for the “HSTA” and “VSTA” items for red, green and blue to 0.
5. In the Coarse Green mode:
• Center the Green Raster using the Green Centering Magnet.
• Rotate the Green Deflection Yoke to correct any tilt.
6. In the Coarse Red mode, use the Red Centering Magnet to converge
red on the green at the center of screen. Correct any red tilt with the Red
Deflection Yoke.
7. In the Coarse Blue mode, repeat Step 6 using the Blue Centering magnet and
the Blue Deflection Yoke.
8. Exit the Convergence mode.
SD mode
1. Supply an NTSC Monoscope signal to a Video Input.
2. Select the Monoscope as the signal source (Input button).
3. Enter the Convergence Coarse mode.
4. In the Coarse Green mode, use Items “0 HSTA” and “4 VSTA” to center the
green raster.
5. In the Coarse Red mode, use Items “0 HSTA” and “5 VSTA” to converge red
on the green at the center of the screen.
6. In the Coarse Blue mode, repeat step 5 to converge the blue on the green.
7. Exit the Convergence mode.
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MODELS: WT-46809 / WS-55809 / WS-55819 / WS-65809 / WS-65819
[Convergence Circuit]
To converge red and blue on green at the edges of the
Purpose:
screen.
22. Coarse Convergence
Symptom: Color edging at the top, bottom and sides of the screen.
Measuring
Instrument
-----
Test Point
------
Ext. Trigger
------
Measuring
Range
-----
Input Signal
NTSC -- None
HD -- HD sync
Input Terminal
Video & HD Inputs
SD mode
1. Select an External Input with no signal.
2. Activate the Convergence Mode, Coarse Red.
3. Adjust the Items shown below to converge the red on the green.
4. Select Coarse Blue mode.
5. Adjust the Items shown below to converge the blue on the green.
Note: If center convergence shifts, use red and blue Items “0 HSTA” and
“5 VSTA” to correct the shift.
6. Exit the Convergence Mode.
HD mode
1. Supply an HD signal (sync only) to the DTV inputs, and use the “Input” button to
select the DTV inputs as the source..
(If no HD signal is available, use the Conv. HD with No Signal procedure)
2. Repeat SD Steps 2 through 5 in the HD mode.
3. Exit the Convergence mode.
CONVERGENCE MODE
Activate ……..MENU-0-1-5-9
Misc. ……………….……"6"
Coarse………………..…."5"
Fine ……………………..."4"
Color (R,G or B)……AUDIO
Item No………….…..VIDEO
Adjust/Move……….ADJUST
Cursor Toggle….…..ENTER
Save & Exit…..MENU (twice)
CONV. HD WITH NO SIGNAL
1. MENU-0-1-7-0
2. Set DTV Port to 1080i
3. MENU (twice)
4. INPUT select DTV Inputs
5. MENU-0-1-5-9
After adjusting, set the
DTV Port to AUTO
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MODELS: WT-46809 / WS-55809 / WS-55819 / WS-65809 / WS-65819
[Convergence Circuit]
Purpose:
To converge red, green and blue at the edges of the screen
23. Fine Convergence
Symptom:
Color edging at the edges of the picture.
Measuring
Instrument
-----
Test Point
-----
Ext. Trigger
------
Measuring
Range
-----
Input Signal
NTSC -- None
HD -- HD sync
Input Terminal
Video & DTV Inputs
CONVERGENCE MODE
Activate ……..MENU-0-1-5-9
Misc. ……………….……"6"
Coarse………………..…."5"
Fine ……………………..."4"
Color (R,G or B)……AUDIO
Item No………….…..VIDEO
Adjust/Move……….ADJUST
Cursor Toggle….…..ENTER
Save & Exit…..MENU (twice)
SD Fine Adjustment
1. Select an External Input, no signal.
2. Activate the Convergence Mode, Fine Red.
3. Use the Cursor to converge red on the green.
4. Select the Fine Blue mode.
5. Use the Cursor to converge blue on the green.
6. Exit the Convergence mode.
HD Fine Adjustment
1. Supply an HD signal (sync only) to the DTV inputs and select DTV with the
“Audio” button.
(If no HD signal is available, use the Conv. HD No Signal Procedure.)
2. Repeat SD Steps 2 through 7, in the HD mode.
CONV. HD WITH NO SIGNAL
1. MENU-0-1-7-0
2. Set DTV Port to 1080i
3. MENU (twice)
4. INPUT select DTV Inputs
5. MENU-0-1-5-9
After adjusting, set the
DTV Port to AUTO
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MODELS: WT-46809 / WS-55809 / WS-55819 / WS-65809 / WS-65819
CHIP PARTS REPLACEMENT
Some resistors, shorting jumpers (0 Ohm resistors),
ceramic capacitors, transistors and diodes are chip parts.
The following precautions should be taken when replacing
these parts.
Chip Parts Removal (Transistors)
1. Melt the solder of one lead and lift the side of
that lead upward.
2. Simultaneously melt the solder of the other
two leads and lift the part from the PCB.
Cautions:
1. Use a fine tipped, well insulated soldering iron
(approximately 30 watts), and tweezers.
2. Melt the solder and remove the chip parts
carefully so as not to tear the copper foil from
the printed circuit board.
3. Discard removed chips; do not reuse them.
4. Do not apply heat for more than 3 (three)
seconds to new chip parts.
5. Avoid using a rubbing stroke when soldering.
6. Take care not to scratch, or damage the chip
parts when soldering.
7. Supplementary cementing is not required.
Chip Parts Removal (Resistors, Capacitors, etc.)
1. Grasp the part with tweezers. Melt the solder
at both sides alternately, and remove one side
of the part with a twisting motion.
2. Melt the solder at the other side and remove
the part.
Replacement
1. Presolder the contact points on the circuit
pattern.
2. Press the part downward with tweezers and
apply the soldering iron as shown.
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MODELS: WT-46809 / WS-55809 / WS-55819 / WS-65809 / WS-65819
REPLACEMENT PARTS
Parts Ordering
To expedite delivery of replacement parts orders, specify the following:
1. Model Number/Serial Number
2. Part Number and description
3. Quantity
Note: Unless complete information is supplied, delay in processing of orders will result.
Critical and Warranty Parts Designation
Critical Electrical Components are indicated by Bold Type in the Parts List, and in the schematic
diagrams by shading.
Warranty Return Parts are indicated in the Parts List with an (*).
Parts Tolerance Codes
Refer to the following chart for tolerance characteristics of electrical components.
MARK
B
C
D
F
G
J
K
Tolerance %
± 0.1
± 0.25
± 0.5
±1
±2
±5
± 10
MARK
M
N
V
X
Z
P
Q
Tolerance %
± 20
± 30
± 10
+ 40
+ 80
+ 100
+ 30
-20
-20
-0
-10
MARK
M
N
V
X
Z
Tolerance (pF)
± 0.1
± 0.25
± 0.5
±1
±2
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MODELS: WT-46809 / WS-55809 / WS-55819 / WS-65809 / WS-65819
QUICK REFERENCE FOR COMMON REPLACEMENT PARTS
CRT ASSEMBLIES
MODEL
WT-46809
WS-55809
WS-55819
WS-65809
WS-65819
ASSY-CRT-RED
*251C212070
*251C212010
*251C212010
*251C212040
*251C212040
ASSY-CRT-GREEN
*251C212080
*251C212020
*251C212020
*251C212050
*251C212050
ASSY-CRT-BLUE
*251C212090
*251C212030
*251C212030
*251C212060
*251C212060
REMOTE CONTROL
290P103010
REMOTE CONTROL
HIGH VOLTAGE / DEFLECTION COMPONENTS
Q5A31
Q5A51
T5A51
261P071010
261P082010
334P278010
920P016010
129P059050
HORIZ-OUT 2SC5418 RL
HV-OUT 2SK2771-O1R
TRANS-FLYBACK
HV-BLOCK
VR-FOCUS
338P046030
338P046080
338P051010
338P051020
SVM COIL:G&B
SVM COIL:RED
SVM COIL:G
SVM COIL:RED
WT-46809 / WS-55809 / WS-65809
WT-46809 / WS-55809 / WS-65809
WS-55819 / WS-65819
WS-55819 / WS-65819
330P276020
330P276010
453B035010
453B035020
DEFL-YOKE
DEFL-YOKE
CAP ANODE-RED
CAP ANODE-B&G
WT-46809 / WS-55809 / WS-55819
WS-65809 / WS-65819
MISCELLANEOUS
MODEL
MIRROR
WT-46809
WS-55809
WS-55819
WS-65809
WS-65819
767D055070
767D055040
767D055040
767D048090
767D048090
LENTICULAR
SCREEN
491P118020
491P125010
491P125010
491P105020
491P105010
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FRESNEL
LENS
491P119020
491P126010
491P126010
491P106020
491P106010
MODELS: WT-46809 / WS-55809 / WS-55819 / WS-65809 / WS-65819
[#] Model Legend: (1) WS-55809, (2) WS-55819, (3) WS-65809, (4) WS-65819, (5) WT-46809
Ref #
Part #
Part Name & Description
[#]
TUBES
251C212010
251C212020
251C212030
251C212040
251C212050
251C212060
251C212070
251C212080
251C212090
ASSY-CRT-RED
ASSY-CRT-GREEN
ASSY-CRT-BLUE
ASSY-CRT-RED
ASSY-CRT-GREEN
ASSY-CRT-BLUE
ASSY-CRT-RED
ASSY-CRT-GREEN
ASSY-CRT-BLUE
INTEGRATED CIRCUITS
IC2C01
IC2C02
IC2C03
IC2C04
IC2K01
IC2L01
IC2V00
IC2V01
IC2X01
IC2X02
IC2X06
IC2X07
IC2X08
IC2Y01
IC2Y02
IC2Y03
IC2Y04
IC2Y05
IC2Y06
IC2Y07
IC2Y08
IC2Y09
IC2Y10
IC3A01
IC3E01
IC4A01
IC4A02
IC4A03
IC4B01
IC5A00
IC5A01
IC5A02
IC5A03
IC5A05
IC6M00
IC6M90
IC6P00
IC6P90
IC7A00
IC7A01
IC7C01
IC7C02
IC7C03
IC7C05
IC7C07
IC7C08
IC7C09
275P496010
275P531010
270P817010
270P526020
270P623010
270P623010
270P663020
275P581010
270P781010
270P781010
270P777010
274P378010
275P423010
274P378010
275P423010
274P378010
275P423010
274P378010
275P423010
274P378010
275P423010
274P378010
275P423010
270P467010
270P750010
270P664010
270P575030
263P384010
270P261020
267P143020
272P237010
266P154010
270P704010
270P816010
270P658030
272P379020
270P658030
272P379020
275P497050
274P901010
270P880010
270P880010
275P419010
270P645010
270P817010
270P706020
270P575020
IC-C-MOS - UPD64082GF-3BA
IC-C-MOS - MSM54V16258B-45TS-K
IC - L4931CDT33-TR
IC - MM1111XF
IC - CXA2069Q
IC - CXA2069Q
IC - CXA2101AQ
IC-C-MOS - TC7SET08FU
IC - BA7078AF
IC - BA7078AF
IC - TDA9177
IC-C-MOS - TC74HC4053AF
IC-C-MOS - MAX4583CSE
IC-C-MOS - TC74HC4053AF
IC-C-MOS - MAX4583CSE
IC-C-MOS - TC74HC4053AF
IC-C-MOS - MAX4583CSE
IC-C-MOS - TC74HC4053AF
IC-C-MOS - MAX4583CSE
IC-C-MOS - TC74HC4053AF
IC-C-MOS - MAX4583CSE
IC-C-MOS - TC74HC4053AF
IC-C-MOS - MAX4583CSE
IC - TDA9855
IC - LA4663
IC - CXA2102Q
IC - NJM78M09DLA - TE1
IC-C-MOS - TC74HC221AF-EL
IC - TDA8177
KIC - MSPAD101
IC - LA6324N
IC - UPC393C
IC - LM4040BIZ-10.0
IC - NJM431L
IC - CXA2019AQ/T4
IC - LM1881MX (NSC)
IC - CXA2019AQ/T4
IC - LM1881MX (NSC)
IC-C-MOS - MN102H75K MB2
IC-C-MOS - TC74HCT7007AF-EL
IC - 24LC64I/SN
IC - 24LC64I/SN
IC-C-MOS - SN74AHCT1G126DBV
IC - TDA8444T
IC - L4931CDT33-TR
IC - MAX823REUK
IC - NJM78M05DLA - TEI
1&2
1&2
1&2
3&4
3&4
3&4
5
5
5
Ref #
IC7C10
IC7D00
IC7D01
IC7D02
IC7D03
IC7D10
IC7D11
IC7E00
IC7E01
IC7E02
IC7E03
IC7E10
IC7E11
IC7G01
IC7G04
IC7G05
IC7H00
IC7H01
IC7H02
IC7H03
IC7H04
IC7H05
IC7H06
IC7H07
IC7H08
IC7H09
IC7H11
IC7H12
IC7H13
IC7H14
IC8A00
IC8A01
IC8A02
IC8A03
IC8C01
IC8C02
IC8D01
IC8D02
IC8D03
IC8D04
IC8D05
IC8D06
IC8D07
IC8D08
IC8D09
IC8D10
IC9A20
IC9A21
IC9A50
IC9A51
IC9C01
IC9C02
IC9C03
IC9C05
Part #
275P419010
275P451010
275P560010
275P560010
275P560010
275P535010
275P535010
275P451010
275P560010
275P560010
275P560010
275P535010
275P535010
275P247010
275P534010
275P534010
275P716010
275P716010
275P436030
275P439030
270P506010
263P384010
270P348010
275P437020
270P348010
274P901010
275P535010
275P535010
275P535010
275P535010
275P223010
275P222020
270P348010
275P420010
267P150010
267P150010
263P408020
263P408020
263P408020
263P408020
263P408020
263P408020
270P751010
270P751010
270P751010
272P603010
267P151010
270P816010
267P140020
267P062050
270P210010
267P131010
270P575030
270P210010
Part Name & Description
IC-C-MOS - SN74AHCT1G126DBV
IC-C-MOS - TC74HC4066AFN-ELP
IC - ADS931E A2D CONVERTER
IC - ADS931E A2D CONVERTER
IC - ADS931E A2D CONVERTER
IC-C-MOS - TC74AC157FN-ELP
IC-C-MOS - TC74AC157FN-ELP
IC-C-MOS - TC74HC4066AFN-ELP
IC - ADS931E A2D CONVERTER
IC - ADS931E A2D CONVERTER
IC - ADS931E A2D CONVERTER
IC-C-MOS - TC74AC157FN-ELP
IC-C-MOS - TC74AC157FN-ELP
IC-C-MOS - MB40C958VPFV
IC-C-MOS - TC74HCT574AFW-ELP
IC-C-MOS - TC74HCT574AFW-ELP
IC-C-MOS - uPD4516161AG5-A10-9NF
IC-C-MOS - uPD4516161AG5-A10-9NF
IC-C-MOS - TMC57127PPM
IC-C-MOS - MSM534031E-**TSIC - M51957BFP
IC-C-MOS - TC74HC221AF-EL
IC - TLC2932IPW
IC - SLA4028
IC - TLC2932IPW
IC-C-MOS - TC74HCT7007AF-EL
IC-C-MOS - TC74AC157FN-ELP
IC-C-MOS - TC74AC157FN-ELP
IC-C-MOS - TC74AC157FN-ELP
IC-C-MOS - TC74AC157FN-ELP
IC-C-MOS - CM0007AF
IC-C-MOS - M24C32MN6T
IC - TLC2932IPW
IC-C-MOS - MC74HC74AD
HIC - STK392-570
HIC - STK392-570
IC-C-MOS - UPD6376GS
IC-C-MOS - UPD6376GS
IC-C-MOS - UPD6376GS
IC-C-MOS - UPD6376GS
IC-C-MOS - UPD6376GS
IC-C-MOS - UPD6376GS
IC - TL084CD
IC - TL084CD
IC - TL084CD
IC - LM78L05ACZ/NJM78L05A
HIC - STR-G6632
IC - NJM431L
HIC - STR-F6628
HIC - SE110N
IC - NJM7809FA/AN7809F
HIC - SI-3033C
IC - NJM78M09DLA - TE1
IC - NJM7809FA/AN7809F
TRANSISTORS
TR-CHIP Type (Listed by Generic Number)
Type
Part No.
Description
PNP
260P817010 TR-CHIP - 2SA1037K-Q
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[#]
MODELS: WT-46809 / WS-55809 / WS-55819 / WS-65809 / WS-65819
[#] Model Legend: (1) WS-55809, (2) WS-55819, (3) WS-65809, (4) WS-65819, (5) WT-46809
Ref #
Type
PNP
NPN
NPN
NPN
Part #
Part No.
260P817030
260P818010
260P818030
260P835030
Part Name & Description
Description
TR-CHIP - 2SA1037K-S
TR-CHIP - 2SC2412K-Q
TR-CHIP - 2SC2412K-S
TR-CHIP - 2SC2413K-Q
Conventional Transistors (By Ref #)
Ref #
Part #
Description
Q2W06 260P533010 TR - 2SC3598-E
Q2W09 260P533010 TR - 2SC3598-E
Q2W12 260P533010 TR - 2SC3598-E
Q4B01 260P559030 TR - 2SC1740S-S
Q5A01 260P788010 TR - 2SC4690-O
Q5A02 260P561020 TR - 2SA1371-E
Q5A03 260P386010 TR - 2SC2230-GR
Q5A04 260P559030 TR - 2SC1740S-S
Q5A05 260P560040 TR - 2SA933S-S
Q5A06 260P560040 TR - 2SA933S-S
Q5A07 261P123010 TRANSISTOR - UNR4113-S - FORM
Q5A08 260P325030 TR - 2SC2655-Y
Q5A10 260P603010 TR - DTA124ES/UN4112
Q5A31 261P071010 TR - 2SC5418 RL
Q5A32 260P587040 TR - 2SC2333-M,L
Q5A33 260P559030 TR - 2SC1740S-S
Q5A34 260P561020 TR - 2SA1371-E
Q5A35 260P386010 TR - 2SC2230-GR
Q5A36 260P630010 TR - 2SD2012
Q5A37 260P559030 TR - 2SC1740S-S
Q5A38 260P559030 TR - 2SC1740S-S
Q5A51 261P082010 TR - 2SK2771-01R
Q5H08 260P559050 TR - 2SC1740S-E
Q5H09 260P559050 TR - 2SC1740S-E
Q5H10 260P560040 TR - 2SA933S-S
Q5H11 260P573020 TR - 2SB940A-P
Q5H12 260P574020 TR - 2SD1264A-P
Q5K00 260P664030 TR - 2SC4636
Q5K01 260P664030 TR - 2SC4636
Q5K02 260P559050 TR - 2SC1740S-E
Q5K03 260P560040 TR - 2SA933S-S
Q6B00 260P649020 TR - 2SC3942
Q6B02 260P696010 TR - 2SC3790
Q6B03 260P627020 TR - 2SA1480-D,E
Q6B04 260P560040 TR - 2SA933S-S
Q6G00 260P649020 TR - 2SC3942
Q6G02 260P696010 TR - 2SC3790
Q6G03 260P627020 TR - 2SA1480-D,E
Q6R00 260P649020 TR - 2SC3942
Q6R02 260P696010 TR - 2SC3790
Q6R03 260P627020 TR - 2SA1480-D,E
Q7B10 260P560040 TR - 2SA933S-S
Q7L21 260P559030 TR - 2SC1740S-S
Q7L22 260P560040 TR - 2SA933S-S
Q9A20 261P101010 TR - PHP21N06T
Q9A21 260P559030 TR - 2SC1740S-S
Q9A22 260P559030 TR - 2SC1740S-S
Q9A23 261P101010 TR - PHP21N06T
Q9A50 260P416030 TR - 2SC2274-F,K-F
Q9A51 260P559030 TR - 2SC1740S-S
Q9A53 260P559030 TR - 2SC1740S-S
Q9A54 260P559030 TR - 2SC1740S-S
[#]
Ref #
Part #
Part Name & Description
DIODES
D2J08 264P484040
D2J09 264P484040
D2V44 264P828010
D2W01 264P828010
D2W02 264P828010
D2W03 264P501040
D4B01 264D056020
D4B04 264P045040
D5A01 264P045040
D5A02 264D056020
D5A12 264P045040
D5A13 264P483070
D5A14 264P045040
D5A31 262P032010
D5A34 264P483070
D5A35 264P045040
D5A36 264P045040
D5A37 264P521040
D5A51 262P039010
D5A52 264P899010
D5A53 264P489010
D5A54 264P724010
D5A55 264P724010
D5A56 264P045040
D5A57 264P521040
D5A58 264P045040
D5A59 264P045040
D5A60 264P489010
D5H01 264P045040
D5H02 264P045040
D5H09 264P045040
D5K01 264P528030
D5K02 264P543010
D5K03 264P543010
D5K10 264P528030
D5K11 264P528030
D6B00 264P573020
D6B02 264P045040
D6B03 264P457080
D6B04 264P045040
D6B06 264P045040
D6G00 264P573020
D6G02 264P045040
D6G04 264P045040
D6G06 264P045040
D6R00 264P573020
D6R02 264P045040
D6R04 264P045040
D6R06 264P045040
D7C03 264P045040
D7C04 264P045040
D7C07 264P828010
D7C08 264P828010
D7H01 264P828010
D7L21 264P212020
D7L23 264P501050
D8C01 264P045040
D8D03 264P486060
D8D04 264P486060
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DIODE - RD5.6FB3
DIODE - RD5.6FB3
D-CHIP - DAN202U/MA142WK
D-CHIP - DAN202U/MA142WK
D-CHIP - DAN202U/MA142WK
DIODE - HZ3ALL
DIODE - S5500D/EM1Z/ERB12-02RK
DIODE - 1S24710M
DIODE - 1S24710M
DIODE - S5500D/EM1Z/ERB12-02RK
DIODE - 1S24710M
DIODE - RD5.1FB1
DIODE - 1S24710M
DIODE - FMV-G2GS
DIODE - RD5.1FB1
DIODE - 1S24710M
DIODE - 1S24710M
DIODE - EU1A
DIODE - BYW96E/20
DIODE - BYV26E
DIODE - RD16FB1
DIODE - STF14
DIODE - STF14
DIODE - 1S24710M
DIODE - EU1A
DIODE - 1S24710M
DIODE - 1S24710M
DIODE - RD16FB1
DIODE - 1S24710M
DIODE - 1S24710M
DIODE - 1S24710M
DIODE - RP1H
DIODE - EG01
DIODE - EG01
DIODE - RP1H
DIODE - RP1H
DIODE - EG1A
DIODE - 1S24710M
DIODE - RD3.3EB1
DIODE - 1S24710M
DIODE - 1S24710M
DIODE - EG1A
DIODE - 1S24710M
DIODE - 1S24710M
DIODE - 1S24710M
DIODE - EG1A
DIODE - 1S24710M
DIODE - 1S24710M
DIODE - 1S24710M
DIODE - 1S24710M
DIODE - 1S24710M
D-CHIP - DAN202U/MA142WK
D-CHIP - DAN202U/MA142WK
D-CHIP - DAN202U/MA142WK
D-LED - LN31GPH
DIODE - HZ3BLL
DIODE - 1S24710M
DIODE - RD9.1FB3
DIODE - RD9.1FB3
[#]
MODELS: WT-46809 / WS-55809 / WS-55819 / WS-65809 / WS-65819
[#] Model Legend: (1) WS-55809, (2) WS-55819, (3) WS-65809, (4) WS-65819, (5) WT-46809
Ref #
Part #
Part Name & Description
D9A01
D9A21
D9A22
D9A23
D9A24
D9A25
D9A26
D9A27
D9A30
D9A31
D9A32
D9A33
D9A50
D9A52
D9A53
D9A54
D9A55
D9A56
D9A57
D9A58
D9A64
D9A65
D9A66
262P031010
264P899010
264P045040
264P045040
264P045040
264P045040
264P045040
264P045040
264P566010
264P045040
264P487070
264P628010
264P045040
264P045040
264P045040
264P045040
264P045040
264P566010
264P899010
264P588010
264P045040
264P045040
264P045040
DIODE - D6SB80
DIODE - BYV26E
DIODE - 1S24710M
DIODE - 1S24710M
DIODE - 1S24710M
DIODE - 1S24710M
DIODE - 1S24710M
DIODE - 1S24710M
DIODE - FMP-G12S
DIODE - 1S24710M
DIODE - RD12FB1
DIODE - FMB-G14L
DIODE - 1S24710M
DIODE - 1S24710M
DIODE - 1S24710M
DIODE - 1S24710M
DIODE - 1S24710M
DIODE - FMP-G12S
DIODE - BYV26E
DIODE - FML-G16S
DIODE - 1S24710M
DIODE - 1S24710M
DIODE - 1S24710M
L1A06
L1A07
L1A13
L1A30
L1A31
L1B06
L1B07
L1B13
L2C01
L2C03
L2C05
L2C06
L2C32
L2D01
L2D02
L2D03
L2J66
L2K42
L2K46
L2K55
L2K65
L2K77
L2L42
L2L46
L2L55
L2V06
L2V72
L2W01
L2W02
L2W03
L2W04
L2W05
L2W76
409P923060
409P923060
409P923060
321C114010
325C146030
409P923060
409P923060
409P923060
325C146050
409P777080
409P777080
409P777080
409P777080
325C146030
325C146030
325C146030
409P777080
409P777080
325C147080
325C147080
409P777080
409P777080
409P777080
325C147080
325C147080
409P923060
409P923060
409P923060
409P923060
409P923060
409P923060
409P923060
409P923060
EMI-F-CHIP - BLM21B272S
EMI-F-CHIP - BLM21B272S
EMI-F-CHIP - BLM21B272S
COIL-RF - 2200MH-J
COIL-CHIP - 10MH-J
EMI-F-CHIP - BLM21B272S
EMI-F-CHIP - BLM21B272S
EMI-F-CHIP - BLM21B272S
COIL-CHIP - 15MH-J
EMI-F-CHIP - BLM21P221S
EMI-F-CHIP - BLM21P221S
EMI-F-CHIP - BLM21P221S
EMI-F-CHIP - BLM21P221S
COIL-CHIP - 10MH-J
COIL-CHIP - 10MH-J
COIL-CHIP - 10MH-J
EMI-F-CHIP - BLM21P221S
EMI-F-CHIP - BLM21P221S
COIL-CHIP - 180MH-J
COIL-CHIP - 180MH-J
EMI-F-CHIP - BLM21P221S
EMI-F-CHIP - BLM21P221S
EMI-F-CHIP - BLM21P221S
COIL-CHIP - 180MH-J
COIL-CHIP - 180MH-J
EMI-F-CHIP - BLM21B272S
EMI-F-CHIP - BLM21B272S
EMI-F-CHIP - BLM21B272S
EMI-F-CHIP - BLM21B272S
EMI-F-CHIP - BLM21B272S
EMI-F-CHIP - BLM21B272S
EMI-F-CHIP - BLM21B272S
EMI-F-CHIP - BLM21B272S
COILS
[#]
Ref #
Part #
Part Name & Description
L2W79
L2X01
L2X04
L2Y01
L2Y03
L2Y04
L2Y06
L2Y07
L4A02
L4A03
L4B01
L4B02
L5A31
L5A33
L5A33
L5A34
L5A51
L5A52
L5A53
L5A54
L5A55
L5H41
L6B00
L6B01
L6B02
L6B03
L6G00
L6G01
L6G02
L6G03
L6M01
L6M03
L6M25
L6P03
L6P25
L6R00
L6R01
L6R02
L6R03
L6R04
L7A86
L7B28
L7B41
L7C02
L7C03
L7C04
L7C05
L7C06
L7C07
L7C08
L7C09
L7C10
L7C11
L7C12
L7D01
L7D11
L7D12
L7D13
L7D14
L7D15
409P923060
409P923060
409P923060
409P923060
409P923060
409P923060
409P923060
409P923060
325C461030
409P777080
321C130010
321C130090
411P001010
333P052030
333P059010
321C130010
321C141030
321C141030
321C141010
411D009020
411D009020
325C110090
325C461010
325C461040
325C460080
325C461030
325C461010
325C461040
325C460080
325C461030
409P923060
409P777080
409P777080
409P923060
409P923060
325C461010
325C461040
325C460080
325C461030
321C141010
409P923060
409P923060
409P923060
409P923060
409P777050
409P777050
409P777050
409P923060
409P777050
409P923060
409P923060
409P923060
409P923060
325C241030
325C241030
325C242010
409P777020
325C241030
325C241030
325C241030
EMI-F-CHIP - BLM21B272S
EMI-F-CHIP - BLM21B272S
EMI-F-CHIP - BLM21B272S
EMI-F-CHIP - BLM21B272S
EMI-F-CHIP - BLM21B272S
EMI-F-CHIP - BLM21B272S
EMI-F-CHIP - BLM21B272S
EMI-F-CHIP - BLM21B272S
COIL-PEAKING - 10MH-K
EMI-F-CHIP - BLM21P221S
COIL-RF - 2MH
COIL-RF - 10MH-K
LEAD-FERRITE
COIL-HORIZ-LIN
COIL-HORIZ-LIN
COIL-RF - 2MH
COIL-RF - 10MH-K
COIL-RF - 10MH-K
COIL-RF - 6.8MH-M
CORE-FERRITE
CORE-FERRITE
COIL-PEAKING - 4.7MH-K
COIL-PEAKING - 6.8MH-K
COIL-PEAKING - 12MH-K
COIL-PEAKING - 3.9MH-K
COIL-PEAKING - 10MH-K
COIL-PEAKING - 6.8MH-K
COIL-PEAKING - 12MH-K
COIL-PEAKING - 3.9MH-K
COIL-PEAKING - 10MH-K
EMI-F-CHIP - BLM21B272S
EMI-F-CHIP - BLM21P221S
EMI-F-CHIP - BLM21P221S
EMI-F-CHIP - BLM21B272S
EMI-F-CHIP - BLM21B272S
COIL-PEAKING - 6.8MH-K
COIL-PEAKING - 12MH-K
COIL-PEAKING - 3.9MH-K
COIL-PEAKING - 10MH-K
COIL-RF - 6.8MH-M
EMI-F-CHIP - BLM21B272S
EMI-F-CHIP - BLM21B272S
EMI-F-CHIP - BLM21B272S
EMI-F-CHIP - BLM21B272S
EMI-F-CHIP - BLM21B201S
EMI-F-CHIP - BLM21B201S
EMI-F-CHIP - BLM21B201S
EMI-F-CHIP - BLM21B272S
EMI-F-CHIP - BLM21B201S
EMI-F-CHIP - BLM21B272S
EMI-F-CHIP - BLM21B272S
EMI-F-CHIP - BLM21B272S
EMI-F-CHIP - BLM21B272S
COIL-CHIP - 10MH-K
COIL-CHIP - 10MH-K
COIL-CHIP - 47MH-K
EMI-F-CHIP - BLM21A05
COIL-CHIP - 10MH-K
COIL-CHIP - 10MH-K
COIL-CHIP - 10MH-K
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[#]
3&4
125
MODELS: WT-46809 / WS-55809 / WS-55819 / WS-65809 / WS-65819
[#] Model Legend: (1) WS-55809, (2) WS-55819, (3) WS-65809, (4) WS-65819, (5) WT-46809
Ref #
L7E01
L7E11
L7E12
L7E13
L7E14
L7E15
L7G00
L7G10
L7G11
L7G12
L7H10
L7H11
L7H12
L7H13
L7H14
L7H15
L7H16
L7H17
L7H19
L7H20
L7H30
L7H31
L7H32
L7H38
L7H40
L7H41
L7H42
L7H50
L7H60
L7H70
L7H80
L7K01
L8A00
L8A01
L8A02
L8A03
L8A04
L8C01
L8C02
L8C03
L8C04
L8D02
L8D03
L8D04
L9A02
L9A20
L9A21
L9A22
L9A23
L9A24
L9A50
L9A51
L9A52
L9A53
L9A54
L9A55
L9A56
L9A57
L9A62
L9A63
Part #
325C241030
325C242010
409P777020
325C241030
325C241030
325C241030
325C242050
325C242050
325C241030
325C241030
325C241030
409P777080
325C241030
325C241030
325C241030
325C241030
325C241030
325C241030
409P777080
325C241030
325C241030
325C241030
409P777080
325C241030
325C241030
409P777080
409P777080
409P777080
325C241030
325C241030
325C241030
325C121030
409P777080
409P777080
409P777080
409P777080
325C461030
321C142030
321C142030
321C142030
321C142030
409P777080
409P777080
409P777080
351P209010
411D009020
411D009020
321C141070
321C141070
321C141070
411D009020
411D009020
411D009020
321C141010
411D009020
321C142030
411D009020
321C141070
321C141010
321C141010
Part Name & Description
COIL-CHIP - 10MH-K
COIL-CHIP - 47MH-K
EMI-F-CHIP - BLM21A05
COIL-CHIP - 10MH-K
COIL-CHIP - 10MH-K
COIL-CHIP - 10MH-K
COIL-CHIP - 100MH-K
COIL-CHIP - 100MH-K
COIL-CHIP - 10MH-K
COIL-CHIP - 10MH-K
COIL-CHIP - 10MH-K
EMI-F-CHIP - BLM21P221S
COIL-CHIP - 10MH-K
COIL-CHIP - 10MH-K
COIL-CHIP - 10MH-K
COIL-CHIP - 10MH-K
COIL-CHIP - 10MH-K
COIL-CHIP - 10MH-K
EMI-F-CHIP - BLM21P221S
COIL-CHIP - 10MH-K
COIL-CHIP - 10MH-K
COIL-CHIP - 10MH-K
EMI-F-CHIP - BLM21P221S
COIL-CHIP - 10MH-K
COIL-CHIP - 10MH-K
EMI-F-CHIP - BLM21P221S
EMI-F-CHIP - BLM21P221S
EMI-F-CHIP - BLM21P221S
COIL-CHIP - 10MH-K
COIL-CHIP - 10MH-K
COIL-CHIP - 10MH-K
COIL-PEAKING - 10MH-K
EMI-F-CHIP - BLM21P221S
EMI-F-CHIP - BLM21P221S
EMI-F-CHIP - BLM21P221S
EMI-F-CHIP - BLM21P221S
COIL-PEAKING - 10MH-K
COIL-RF - 68MH-K
COIL-RF - 68MH-K
COIL-RF - 68MH-K
COIL-RF - 68MH-K
EMI-F-CHIP - BLM21P221S
EMI-F-CHIP - BLM21P221S
EMI-F-CHIP - BLM21P221S
LINE FILTER - SU16VD-40010
CORE-FERRITE
CORE-FERRITE
COIL-RF - 22MH-K
COIL-RF - 22MH-K
COIL-RF - 22MH-K
CORE-FERRITE
CORE-FERRITE
CORE-FERRITE
COIL-RF - 6.8MH-M
CORE-FERRITE
COIL-RF - 68MH-K
CORE-FERRITE
COIL-RF - 22MH-K
COIL-RF - 6.8MH-M
COIL-RF - 6.8MH-M
[#]
Ref #
Part #
Part Name & Description
L9A64
L9A65
L9A66
L9A67
L9D00
L9D01
LC7D02
LC7D05
LC7D10
LC7D11
LC7D12
LC7D13
LC7D14
LC7E10
LC7E11
LC7E12
LC7E13
LC7E14
LC7G01
LC7G02
LC7G03
LC7G04
LC7G05
LC7G06
LC7G07
LC7G08
LC7G09
LC7G10
LC7G11
LC7G12
LC7G13
LC7G14
LC7G15
LC7J03
LC7J04
LC7J05
LC7J10
LC7J13
LC7J14
LC7J15
LC8A21
LC8A22
LC8A23
LC8A25
LF7D00
LF7D01
LF7D02
LF7E00
LF7E01
LF7E02
LF7G00
LF7G01
LF7G02
321C130090
321C141070
321C141070
321C130090
351P203010
351P203010
409P875090
409P875090
409P876020
409P876020
409P876020
409P876020
409P876020
409P876020
409P876020
409P876020
409P876020
409P876020
409P876020
409P876020
409P876020
409P876020
409P876020
409P876020
409P876020
409P875090
409P875090
409P876020
409P876020
409P876020
409P876020
409P876020
409P876020
409P876020
409P876020
409P876020
409P876020
409P876020
409P876020
409P876020
409P876020
409P876020
409P876020
409P876020
409P901010
409P901010
409P901010
409P901010
409P901010
409P901010
409P901010
409P901010
409P901010
COIL-RF - 10MH-K
COIL-RF - 22MH-K
COIL-RF - 22MH-K
COIL-RF - 10MH-K
LINE-FILTER - SS35V-45022
LINE-FILTER - SS35V-45022
EMI-F-CHIP - ELKE103FA
EMI-F-CHIP - ELKE103FA
EMI-F-CHIP - CNF20C470S/CKD510JB1H470S
EMI-F-CHIP - CNF20C470S/CKD510JB1H470S
EMI-F-CHIP - CNF20C470S/CKD510JB1H470S
EMI-F-CHIP - CNF20C470S/CKD510JB1H470S
EMI-F-CHIP - CNF20C470S/CKD510JB1H470S
EMI-F-CHIP - CNF20C470S/CKD510JB1H470S
EMI-F-CHIP - CNF20C470S/CKD510JB1H470S
EMI-F-CHIP - CNF20C470S/CKD510JB1H470S
EMI-F-CHIP - CNF20C470S/CKD510JB1H470S
EMI-F-CHIP - CNF20C470S/CKD510JB1H470S
EMI-F-CHIP - CNF20C470S/CKD510JB1H470S
EMI-F-CHIP - CNF20C470S/CKD510JB1H470S
EMI-F-CHIP - CNF20C470S/CKD510JB1H470S
EMI-F-CHIP - CNF20C470S/CKD510JB1H470S
EMI-F-CHIP - CNF20C470S/CKD510JB1H470S
EMI-F-CHIP - CNF20C470S/CKD510JB1H470S
EMI-F-CHIP - CNF20C470S/CKD510JB1H470S
EMI-F-CHIP - ELKE103FA
EMI-F-CHIP - ELKE103FA
EMI-F-CHIP - CNF20C470S/CKD510JB1H470S
EMI-F-CHIP - CNF20C470S/CKD510JB1H470S
EMI-F-CHIP - CNF20C470S/CKD510JB1H470S
EMI-F-CHIP - CNF20C470S/CKD510JB1H470S
EMI-F-CHIP - CNF20C470S/CKD510JB1H470S
EMI-F-CHIP - CNF20C470S/CKD510JB1H470S
EMI-F-CHIP - CNF20C470S/CKD510JB1H470S
EMI-F-CHIP - CNF20C470S/CKD510JB1H470S
EMI-F-CHIP - CNF20C470S/CKD510JB1H470S
EMI-F-CHIP - CNF20C470S/CKD510JB1H470S
EMI-F-CHIP - CNF20C470S/CKD510JB1H470S
EMI-F-CHIP - CNF20C470S/CKD510JB1H470S
EMI-F-CHIP - CNF20C470S/CKD510JB1H470S
EMI-F-CHIP - CNF20C470S/CKD510JB1H470S
EMI-F-CHIP - CNF20C470S/CKD510JB1H470S
EMI-F-CHIP - CNF20C470S/CKD510JB1H470S
EMI-F-CHIP - CNF20C470S/CKD510JB1H470S
LP-FILTER - 14MHZ SMD
LP-FILTER - 14MHZ SMD
LP-FILTER - 14MHZ SMD
LP-FILTER - 14MHZ SMD
LP-FILTER - 14MHZ SMD
LP-FILTER - 14MHZ SMD
LP-FILTER - 14MHZ SMD
LP-FILTER - 14MHZ SMD
LP-FILTER - 14MHZ SMD
T5A31
T5A32
T5A51
T9A20
T9A50
349P216010
336P040010
334P278010
350P766010
350P765010
TRANS-HORIZ
TRANS-HORIZ-DRIVE
TRANS-FLYBACK
TRANS-POWER
TRANS-POWER
TRANSFORMERS
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[#]
MODELS: WT-46809 / WS-55809 / WS-55819 / WS-65809 / WS-65819
[#] Model Legend: (1) WS-55809, (2) WS-55819, (3) WS-65809, (4) WS-65819, (5) WT-46809
Ref #
Part #
Part Name & Description
[#]
VARIABLE RESISTORS
129P059050
RV9D00 265P100010
VR-FOCUS - MHF116-50W
VARISTOR - ERZV10D271/ERZVEAV271
RESISTORS
R-M-CHIP Type Resistors (Listed by Value)
Value
Part No.
Value
1/16W 0OHM
103P509050
1/16W 2.4K-F
1/10W 10-J
103P400010
1/16W 2.7K-F
1/10W 22-J
103P400050
1/16W 2.7K-J
1/16W 22-J
103P500050
1/16W 3.3K-F
1/10W 33-J
103P400070
1/16W 3.3K-J
1/10W 39-J
103P400080
1/16W 3.9K-F
1/16W 39-J
103P500080
1/16W 3.9K-J
1/16W 47-J
103P500090
1/16W 4.3K-F
1/10W 56-J
103P401000
1/16W 4.7K-F
1/16W 56-J
103P501000
1/16W 4.7K-J
1/16W 100-J
103P501030
1/16W 5.1K-F
1/16W 120-J
103P501040
1/16W 5.6K-J
1/10W 150-J
103P401050
1/16W 6.2K-F
1/16W 150-J
103P501050
1/16W 6.8K-F
1/16W 160-F
103P490060
1/16W 6.8K-J
1/16W 180-F
103P490070
1/16W 8.2K-F
1/16W 180-J
103P501060
1/16W 8.2K-J
1/16W 220-J
103P501070
1/16W 10K-F
1/16W 240-F
103P491000
1/16W 10K-J
1/16W 270-J
103P501080
1/16W 12K-J
1/10W 300-F
103P471020
1/16W 13K-F
1/16W 330-F
103P491030
1/16W 15K-F
1/16W 330-J
103P501090
1/16W 15K-J
1/16W 470-J
103P502010
1/16W 18K-J
1/16W 510-F
103P491080
1/16W 22K-F
1/10W 560-J
103P402020
1/16W 22K-J
1/16W 560-F
103P491090
1/16W 24K-F
1/16W 560-J
103P502020
1/16W 27K-F
1/16W 620-F
103P492000
1/16W 27K-J
1/16W 680-F
103P492010
1/16W 33K-F
1/16W 680-J
103P502030
1/16W 33K-J
1/10W 820-J
103P402040
1/16W 36K-F
1/16W 820-F
103P492030
1/16W 47K-F
1/16W 820-J
103P502040
1/16W 47K-J
1/10W 1K-J
103P402050
1/16W 56K-J
1/16W 1K-F
103P492050
1/16W 68K-J
1/16W 1K-J
103P502050
1/16W 75K-J
1/16W 1.2K-F
103P492070
1/16W 82K-J
1/16W 1.2K-J
103P502060
1/16W 100K-F
1/16W 1.3K-F
103P492080
1/16W 100K-J
1/10W 1.5K-J
103P402070
1/16W 120K-J
1/16W 1.5K-F
103P492090
1/16W 150K-J
1/16W 1.5K-J
103P502070
1/16W 270K-J
1/16W 1.6K-F
103P493000
1/16W 330K-J
1/10W 1.8K-J
103P402080
1/16W 390K-J
1/16W 1.8K-J
103P502080
1/16W 470K-J
1/16W 2K-F
103P493020
1/16W 560K-J
1/10W 2.2K-J
103P402090
1/16W 680K-J
1/16W 2.2K-F
103P493030
1/16W 820K-J
1/16W 2.2K-J
103P502090
1/16W 3.3M-J
Part no.
103P493040
103P493050
103P503000
103P493070
103P503010
103P493090
103P503020
103P494000
103P494010
103P503030
103P494020
103P503040
103P494040
103P494050
103P503050
103P494070
103P503060
103P494090
103P503070
103P503080
103P495020
103P495030
103P503090
103P504000
103P495070
103P504010
103P495080
103P495090
103P504020
103P496010
103P504030
103P496020
103P496050
103P504050
103P504060
103P504070
103P509090
103P504080
103P497030
103P504090
103P505000
103P505010
103P505040
103P505050
103P505060
103P505070
103P505080
103P505090
103P506000
103P506070
Ref #
Part #
Part Name & Description
Common Resistors ( By Ref. #)
Ref.
Part No.
Description
R2J70 103P711080 R-CARBON - 1/4W 270-J
R2J71 103P711030 R-CARBON - 1/4W 100-J
R2W13 103P460040 R-METAL - 1/4W 130-F
R2W17 103C171040 R-METAL - 1W 120-J
R2W21 103P460040 R-METAL - 1/4W 130-F
R2W25 103C171040 R-METAL - 1W 120-J
R2W37 103P460050 R-METAL - 1/4W 150-F
R2W63 103C171040 R-METAL - 1W 120-J
R3E02 103P712080 R-CARBON - 1/4W 1.8K-J
R3E04 103P712080 R-CARBON - 1/4W 1.8K-J
R3E05 103P714060 R-CARBON - 1/4W 56K-J
R3E06 103P713030 R-CARBON - 1/4W 4.7K-J
R3E15 103P713050 R-CARBON - 1/4W 6.8K-J
R3E16 103P713050 R-CARBON - 1/4W 6.8K-J
R4B02 103P463060 R-METAL - 1/4W 3K-F
R4B05 103P713090 R-CARBON - 1/4W 15K-J
R4B10 103C188050 R-METAL - 2W 2.7-J
R4B12 103C188040 R-METAL - 2W 2.2-J
R4B17 103P712010 R-CARBON - 1/4W 470-J
R4B20 103P711090 R-CARBON - 1/4W 330-J
R4B23 103P711070 R-CARBON - 1/4W 220-J
R4B24 103P712050 R-CARBON - 1/4W 1K-J
R4B25 103P712050 R-CARBON - 1/4W 1K-J
R4B26 103P713000 R-CARBON - 1/4W 2.7K-J
R4B27 103P714080 R-CARBON - 1/4W 82K-J
R4B28 103P464040 R-METAL - 1/4W 2.4K-F
R4B28 103P464060 R-METAL - 1/4W 7.5K-F
R5A01 103P712050 R-CARBON - 1/4W 1K-J
R5A02 103P712090 R-CARBON - 1/4W 2.2K-J
R5A03 103P713010 R-CARBON - 1/4W 3.3K-J
R5A04 103P713090 R-CARBON - 1/4W 15K-J
R5A05 103P713070 R-CARBON - 1/4W 10K-J
R5A06 103P713070 R-CARBON - 1/4W 10K-J
R5A07 103P714030 R-CARBON - 1/4W 33K-J
R5A08 103C194010 R-METAL - 3W 22K-J
R5A09 103P714040 R-CARBON - 1/4W 39K-J
R5A10 103P714040 R-CARBON - 1/4W 39K-J
R5A11 103P713070 R-CARBON - 1/4W 10K-J
R5A12 103P712050 R-CARBON - 1/4W 1K-J
R5A15 103P713010 R-CARBON - 1/4W 3.3K-J
R5A16 103P713090 R-CARBON - 1/4W 15K-J
R5A17 103P712050 R-CARBON - 1/4W 1K-J
R5A18 103P711030 R-CARBON - 1/4W 100-J
R5A19 103P461070 R-METAL - 1/4W 470-F
R5A20 103P714050 R-CARBON - 1/4W 47K-J
R5A21 103P713000 R-CARBON - 1/4W 2.7K-J
R5A22 103P714010 R-CARBON - 1/4W 22K-J
R5A23 103P713030 R-CARBON - 1/4W 4.7K-J
R5A24 103P714070 R-CARBON - 1/4W 68K-J
R5A25 103P712010 R-CARBON - 1/4W 470-J
R5A26 103P712090 R-CARBON - 1/4W 2.2K-J
R5A29 103P714010 R-CARBON - 1/4W 22K-J
R5A30 103C181060 R-METAL - 2W 180-J
R5A31 103P711030 R-CARBON - 1/4W 100-J
R5A34 103P711010 R-CARBON - 1/4W 68-J
R5A36 103C393020 R-METAL-P - 3W 3.9K-J
R5A37 103C393010 R-METAL-P - 3W 3.3K-J
R5A37 103C393020 R-METAL-P - 3W 3.9K-J
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125
1-4
5
3&4
125
MODELS: WT-46809 / WS-55809 / WS-55819 / WS-65809 / WS-65819
[#] Model Legend: (1) WS-55809, (2) WS-55819, (3) WS-65809, (4) WS-65819, (5) WT-46809
Ref #
R5A38
R5A39
R5A40
R5A41
R5A42
R5A43
R5A45
R5A46
R5A47
R5A49
R5A50
R5A51
R5A52
R5A53
R5A54
R5A55
R5A56
R5A57
R5A59
R5A60
R5A61
R5A62
R5A63
R5A64
R5A65
R5A68
R5A69
R5A71
R5A72
R5A73
R5A74
R5A75
R5A76
R5A78
R5A81
R5A82
R5A83
R5A84
R5A85
R5A87
R5A88
R5A89
R5A90
R5A91
R5A92
R5A96
R5A97
R5A98
R5A99
R5H02
R5H22
R5H40
R5H41
R5H42
R5H47
R5H48
R5H49
R5H50
R5H51
R5H53
Part #
103C397070
103C170050
103P714090
103P714040
103P713030
103P714010
103C393080
103C391050
103P714030
103P713050
103P712090
102P107000
103P712010
103P711000
103C190090
103P712050
103P715060
103P711030
103P461030
103P463010
103P713060
103P711030
103P713090
103P714090
103P141030
103P463080
103P460090
103P713070
103P461070
103P714080
103P713070
103P713070
103P713070
103P714010
103P711030
103P370090
103P464070
103P464070
103P711010
103P711030
103P464000
103P463050
103P713030
103P714090
103P713070
103P713070
103P711030
103C197090
103P714020
103P758000
103P711030
103P712040
103P712090
103P711050
103C172010
103P712060
103P714070
103P714070
103P712060
103P713080
Part Name & Description
R-METAL-P - 3W 0.56-K
R-METAL - 1W 22-J
R-CARBON - 1/4W 100K-J
R-CARBON - 1/4W 39K-J
R-CARBON - 1/4W 4.7K-J
R-CARBON - 1/4W 22K-J
R-METAL-P - 3W 12K-J
R-METAL-P - 3W 150-J
R-CARBON - 1/4W 33K-J
R-CARBON - 1/4W 6.8K-J
R-CARBON - 1/4W 2.2K-J
R-WIRE - 2W 0.15-K
R-CARBON - 1/4W 470-J
R-CARBON - 1/4W 56-J
R-METAL - 3W 47-J
R-CARBON - 1/4W 1K-J
R-CARBON - 1/4W 390K-J
R-CARBON - 1/4W 100-J
R-METAL - 1/4W 330-F
R-METAL - 1/4W 1.8K-F
R-CARBON - 1/4W 8.2K-J
R-CARBON - 1/4W 100-J
R-CARBON - 1/4W 15K-J
R-CARBON - 1/4W 100K-J
R-CARBON - 1/2W 100-J
R-METAL - 1/4W 2.4K-F
R-METAL - 1/4W 220-F
R-CARBON - 1/4W 10K-J
R-METAL - 1/4W 470-F
R-CARBON - 1/4W 82K-J
R-CARBON - 1/4W 10K-J
R-CARBON - 1/4W 10K-J
R-CARBON - 1/4W 10K-J
R-CARBON - 1/4W 22K-J
R-CARBON - 1/4W 100-J
R-FUSE - 1/4W 47-J
R-METAL - 1/4W 8.2K-F
R-METAL - 1/4W 8.2K-F
R-CARBON - 1/4W 68-J
R-CARBON - 1/4W 100-J
R-METAL - 1/4W 4.3K-F
R-METAL - 1/4W 2.7K-F
R-CARBON - 1/4W 4.7K-J
R-CARBON - 1/4W 100K-J
R-CARBON - 1/4W 10K-J
R-CARBON - 1/4W 10K-J
R-CARBON - 1/4W 100-J
R-METAL - 3W 0.82-J
R-CARBON - 1/4W 27K-J
R-FUSE - 1/4W 1-J
R-CARBON - 1/4W 100-J
R-CARBON - 1/4W 820-J
R-CARBON - 1/4W 2.2K-J
R-CARBON - 1/4W 150-J
R-METAL - 1W 470-J
R-CARBON - 1/4W 1.2K-J
R-CARBON - 1/4W 68K-J
R-CARBON - 1/4W 68K-J
R-CARBON - 1/4W 1.2K-J
R-CARBON - 1/4W 12K-J
[#]
1-4
Ref #
Part #
Part Name & Description
R5H59
R5H60
R5H84
R5K09
R5K10
R5K12
R5K19
R5K20
R5K21
R5K25
R5K31
R5K34
R5K46
R5K50
R6B00
R6B01
R6B02
R6B03
R6B08
R6B09
R6B13
R6B14
R6B25
R6B26
R6B30
R6G00
R6G01
R6G02
R6G03
R6G08
R6G09
R6G13
R6G14
R6G30
R6R00
R6R01
R6R02
R6R03
R6R08
R6R09
R6R13
R6R14
R6R30
R7C99
R7K01
R7K02
R7L21
R7L22
R7L23
R7L24
R7L25
R7L26
R7L29
R7L32
R8C03
R8C07
R8C11
R8C15
R8C19
R8C23
103C191070
103C178080
103P713050
103P762020
103P711010
103P760060
103P464000
103P712060
103P713070
103P713040
103P711030
103P760060
103P712010
103P762050
103C392090
103C392090
103C392090
103C392090
103P711030
103P711030
103P761070
103P141070
103P711030
103P713050
103P713070
103C392090
103C392090
103C392090
103C392090
103P711030
103P711030
103P761070
103P141070
103P713070
103C392090
103C392090
103C392090
103C392090
103P711030
103P711030
103P761070
103P141070
103P713070
103C178090
103P712050
103P713010
103P712050
103P715040
103P713070
103P713070
103P712080
103P462090
103P464030
103P466070
103P711090
103C391050
103P711090
103C391050
103P711090
103C391050
R-METAL - 3W 220-J
R-METAL - 1W 4.7-J
R-CARBON - 1/4W 6.8K-J
R-FUSE - 1/2W 560-J
R-CARBON - 1/4W 68-J
R-FUSE - 1/2W 27-J
R-METAL - 1/4W 4.3K-F
R-CARBON - 1/4W 1.2K-J
R-CARBON - 1/4W 10K-J
R-CARBON - 1/4W 5.6K-J
R-CARBON - 1/4W 100-J
R-FUSE - 1/2W 27-J
R-CARBON - 1/4W 470-J
R-FUSE - 1/2W 1K-J
R-METAL-P - 3W 2.2K-J
R-METAL-P - 3W 2.2K-J
R-METAL-P - 3W 2.2K-J
R-METAL-P - 3W 2.2K-J
R-CARBON - 1/4W 100-J
R-CARBON - 1/4W 100-J
R-FUSE - 1/2W 220-J
R-CARBON - 1/2W 220-J
R-CARBON - 1/4W 100-J
R-CARBON - 1/4W 6.8K-J
R-CARBON - 1/4W 10K-J
R-METAL-P - 3W 2.2K-J
R-METAL-P - 3W 2.2K-J
R-METAL-P - 3W 2.2K-J
R-METAL-P - 3W 2.2K-J
R-CARBON - 1/4W 100-J
R-CARBON - 1/4W 100-J
R-FUSE - 1/2W 220-J
R-CARBON - 1/2W 220-J
R-CARBON - 1/4W 10K-J
R-METAL-P - 3W 2.2K-J
R-METAL-P - 3W 2.2K-J
R-METAL-P - 3W 2.2K-J
R-METAL-P - 3W 2.2K-J
R-CARBON - 1/4W 100-J
R-CARBON - 1/4W 100-J
R-FUSE - 1/2W 220-J
R-CARBON - 1/2W 220-J
R-CARBON - 1/4W 10K-J
R-METAL - 1W 5.6-J
R-CARBON - 1/4W 1K-J
R-CARBON - 1/4W 3.3K-J
R-CARBON - 1/4W 1K-J
R-CARBON - 1/4W 270K-J
R-CARBON - 1/4W 10K-J
R-CARBON - 1/4W 10K-J
R-CARBON - 1/4W 1.8K-J
R-METAL - 1/4W 1.5K-F
R-METAL - 1/4W 5.6K-F
R-METAL - 1/4W 56K-F
R-CARBON - 1/4W 330-J
R-METAL-P - 3W 150-J
R-CARBON - 1/4W 330-J
R-METAL-P - 3W 150-J
R-CARBON - 1/4W 330-J
R-METAL-P - 3W 150-J
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[#]
MODELS: WT-46809 / WS-55809 / WS-55819 / WS-65809 / WS-65819
[#] Model Legend: (1) WS-55809, (2) WS-55819, (3) WS-65809, (4) WS-65819, (5) WT-46809
Ref #
R8C27
R8C31
R8C35
R8C39
R8C43
R8C47
R8C60
R8C61
R8C62
R8C63
R8C64
R8C65
R8C66
R8C67
R8C68
R9A02
R9A03
R9A05
R9A06
R9A20
R9A21
R9A22
R9A24
R9A25
R9A26
R9A27
R9A28
R9A30
R9A31
R9A32
R9A34
R9A35
R9A36
R9A37
R9A38
R9A39
R9A40
R9A41
R9A42
R9A43
R9A44
R9A50
R9A51
R9A53
R9A54
R9A55
R9A56
R9A57
R9A60
R9A61
R9A62
R9A63
R9A66
R9A68
R9A69
R9A75
R9A77
R9A78
R9A79
R9A80
Part #
Part Name & Description
103P711090
103C391050
103P711090
103C391050
103P711090
103C391050
103C191090
103C191090
103P712090
103P712090
103P712090
103P712090
103P712090
103P712090
103P712090
102P080010
109C010010
109C010010
109C010010
103P713010
103C394040
103C183070
103P713040
103P713010
103P712030
103C187050
103P712090
103P712090
103P713020
103P714010
103P712090
103P713050
103P714090
103P712070
103P714090
103P714010
103P712010
103P712050
103P464050
103P466070
103P464010
103P713010
103P715050
103P712030
102P107000
102P106090
103P713010
103P713010
103P714050
103P713040
103P713070
103P712090
103P712090
103C180050
103C180050
103P714090
103P714090
103P711030
103P711030
103C193060
R-CARBON - 1/4W 330-J
R-METAL-P - 3W 150-J
R-CARBON - 1/4W 330-J
R-METAL-P - 3W 150-J
R-CARBON - 1/4W 330-J
R-METAL-P - 3W 150-J
R-METAL - 3W 330-J
R-METAL - 3W 330-J
R-CARBON - 1/4W 2.2K-J
R-CARBON - 1/4W 2.2K-J
R-CARBON - 1/4W 2.2K-J
R-CARBON - 1/4W 2.2K-J
R-CARBON - 1/4W 2.2K-J
R-CARBON - 1/4W 2.2K-J
R-CARBON - 1/4W 2.2K-J
R-CEMENT-WIRE - 5W 2.2-K
R-COMPOSITION - 1/2W 1M-K
R-COMPOSITION - 1/2W 1M-K
R-COMPOSITION - 1/2W 1M-K
R-CARBON - 1/4W 3.3K-J
R-METAL-P - 3W 39K-J
R-METAL - 2W 10K-J
R-CARBON - 1/4W 5.6K-J
R-CARBON - 1/4W 3.3K-J
R-CARBON - 1/4W 680-J
R-METAL - 2W 0.39-J
R-CARBON - 1/4W 2.2K-J
R-CARBON - 1/4W 2.2K-J
R-CARBON - 1/4W 3.9K-J
R-CARBON - 1/4W 22K-J
R-CARBON - 1/4W 2.2K-J
R-CARBON - 1/4W 6.8K-J
R-CARBON - 1/4W 100K-J
R-CARBON - 1/4W 1.5K-J
R-CARBON - 1/4W 100K-J
R-CARBON - 1/4W 22K-J
R-CARBON - 1/4W 470-J
R-CARBON - 1/4W 1K-J
R-METAL - 1/4W 6.8K-F
R-METAL - 1/4W 56K-F
R-METAL - 1/4W 4.7K-F
R-CARBON - 1/4W 3.3K-J
R-CARBON - 1/4W 330K-J
R-CARBON - 1/4W 680-J
R-WIRE - 2W 0.15-K
R-WIRE - 2W 0.12-K
R-CARBON - 1/4W 3.3K-J
R-CARBON - 1/4W 3.3K-J
R-CARBON - 1/4W 47K-J
R-CARBON - 1/4W 5.6K-J
R-CARBON - 1/4W 10K-J
R-CARBON - 1/4W 2.2K-J
R-CARBON - 1/4W 2.2K-J
R-METAL - 2W 22-J
R-METAL - 2W 22-J
R-CARBON - 1/4W 100K-J
R-CARBON - 1/4W 100K-J
R-CARBON - 1/4W 100-J
R-CARBON - 1/4W 100-J
R-METAL - 3W 8.2K-J
[#]
Ref #
Part #
Part Name & Description
R9A83
R9C01
R9C10
R9D00
103P463090
103C177020
103C170020
109D036020
R-METAL - 1/4W 3.9K-F
R-METAL - IW 0.22-J
R-METAL - 1W 12-J
R-COMPOSITION - 1/2W 4.7M-K
[#]
CAPACITORS AND TRIMMERS
CHIP Type Capacitors (by Value)
Value
Part No.
50V 10P-C
154P341010
50V 15P-J
154P341050
50V 22P-J
154P341090
50V 33P-J
154P342030
50V 47P-J
154P342070
50V 56P-J
154P353000
50V 82P-J
154P343030
50V 100P-J
154P343050
50V 100P-J
154P353060
50V 120P-J
154P343070
50V 120P-J
154P353080
50V 150P-J
154P354000
50V 220P-J
154P354040
50V 270P-J
154P344050
50V 330P-J
154P344070
50V 470P-J
154P355020
50V 470P-J
154P345010
50V 560P-J
154P355040
50V 1000P-J
154P336090
50V 2200P-K
141P131030
50V 2200P-Z
141P143060
50V 2700P-J
154P337040
50V 3900P-J
154P329010
50V 4700P-K
141P141070
50V 5600P-J
154P329030
Value
50V 8200P-K
50V 0.01M-K
50V 0.01M-Z
50V 0.012M-K
50V 0.015M-K
25V 0.033M-K
25V 0.047M-K
25V 0.068M-K
16V 0.1M-K
25V 0.1M-K
25V 0.1M-Z
50V 0.1M-K
25V 0.15M-K
16V 0.22M-K
16V 0.47M-K
16V 0.47M-Z
16V 1M-K
16V 1M-Z
50V 1M-M 105C
50V 2.2M-M 105C
6.3V 22M-M 105C
6.3V 47M-M 105C
16V 47M-M 105C
6.3V 100M-M 105C
Conventional Capacitors (by Ref #)
Ref #
Part #
Description
C1A23 172P262010 C-M-POLY - 50V 0.047M-J
C1A29 181P352040 C-ELEC - 16V 100M-M
C1A30 181P352040 C-ELEC - 16V 100M-M
C1B29 181P352040 C-ELEC - 16V 100M-M
C2C21 181P352030 C-ELEC - 16V 47M-M
C2D19 181P352030 C-ELEC - 16V 47M-M
C2D31 181P352030 C-ELEC - 16V 47M-M
C2J66 181P352060 C-ELEC - 16V 330M-M
C2K43 181P352070 C-ELEC - 16V 470M-M
C2L41 181P352070 C-ELEC - 16V 470M-M
C2V07 181P352050 C-ELEC - 16V 220M-M
C2V72 181P352050 C-ELEC - 16V 220M-M
C2W02 181P352080 C-ELEC - 16V 1000M-M
C2W04 181P352050 C-ELEC - 16V 220M-M
C2W05 181P352030 C-ELEC - 16V 47M-M
C2W09 181P352030 C-ELEC - 16V 47M-M
C2W14 181P352030 C-ELEC - 16V 47M-M
C2W76 181P352030 C-ELEC - 16V 47M-M
C2X02 181P352030 C-ELEC - 16V 47M-M
C2X29 181P352040 C-ELEC - 16V 100M-M
C2X43 181P124040 C-ELEC-NP - 50V 10M-M
C2X45 181P352030 C-ELEC - 16V 47M-M
C2X47 181P124040 C-ELEC-NP - 50V 10M-M
C2X50 181P124040 C-ELEC-NP - 50V 10M-M
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Part No.
141P142000
141P142010
141P143080
141P142020
141P142030
141P142070
141P142090
141P143010
141P143030
141P139030
141P144020
141P138020
141P139050
141P139070
141P139090
141P144050
141P134070
141P144060
181P526010
181P526020
181P520010
181P520030
181P522060
181P520040
MODELS: WT-46809 / WS-55809 / WS-55819 / WS-65809 / WS-65819
[#] Model Legend: (1) WS-55809, (2) WS-55819, (3) WS-65809, (4) WS-65819, (5) WT-46809
Ref #
C2Y01
C2Y15
C2Y21
C2Y23
C2Y25
C2Y28
C2Y31
C2Y35
C2Y38
C2Y41
C2Y44
C3A11
C3A15
C3A27
C3A30
C3A38
C3E09
C3E11
C3E12
C3E14
C4A04
C4A05
C4A10
C4A14
C4A34
C4A35
C4B01
C4B02
C4B13
C5A03
C5A13
C5A21
C5A31
C5A32
C5A32
C5A33
C5A33
C5A34
C5A34
C5A35
C5A39
C5A40
C5A42
C5A51
C5A52
C5A53
C5A54
C5A55
C5A60
C5A64
C5A70
C5A71
C5H16
C5H20
C5H22
C5H24
C5K03
C5K12
C5K14
C6B02
Part #
181P352030
181P352030
181P124040
181P352030
181P124040
181P124040
181P124040
181P124040
181P124040
181P352030
181P352030
181P352040
181P124020
181P352060
181P352040
181P124020
172P262050
172P262050
172P262050
172P262050
172P262050
172P262050
181P352030
181P352030
181P352030
172P262090
172P262000
181P358000
172P262020
142P020050
181P352040
172P262050
172P580050
172P581030
172P581040
172P581030
172P581040
154P262000
154P262040
142P011070
142P011000
142P011000
181P352030
154P260010
172P460010
172P460030
185D120010
172P088060
172P262050
181P352010
172P384030
172P262060
172P186030
181P352040
155P112090
181P192060
181P352040
181P352040
181P352030
181P195040
Part Name & Description
C-ELEC - 16V 47M-M
C-ELEC - 16V 47M-M
C-ELEC-NP - 50V 10M-M
C-ELEC - 16V 47M-M
C-ELEC-NP - 50V 10M-M
C-ELEC-NP - 50V 10M-M
C-ELEC-NP - 50V 10M-M
C-ELEC-NP - 50V 10M-M
C-ELEC-NP - 50V 10M-M
C-ELEC - 16V 47M-M
C-ELEC - 16V 47M-M
C-ELEC - 16V 100M-M
C-ELEC-NP - 50V 4.7M-M
C-ELEC - 16V 330M-M
C-ELEC - 16V 100M-M
C-ELEC-NP - 50V 4.7M-M
C-M-POLY - 50V 0.1M-J
C-M-POLY - 50V 0.1M-J
C-M-POLY - 50V 0.1M-J
C-M-POLY - 50V 0.1M-J
C-M-POLY - 50V 0.1M-J
C-M-POLY - 50V 0.1M-J
C-ELEC - 16V 47M-M
C-ELEC - 16V 47M-M
C-ELEC - 16V 47M-M
C-M-POLY - 50V 0.22M-J
C-M-POLY - 50V 0.039M-J
C-ELEC - 35V 1000M-M
C-M-POLY - 50V 0.056M-J
C-CER - B50V 470P-K
C-ELEC - 16V 100M-M
C-M-POLY - 50V 0.1M-J
C-M-PLA-PP - 1800V 1500P-J
C-M-PLA-PP - 1800V 3300P-J
C-M-PLA-PP - 1800V 3600P-J
C-M-PLA-PP - 1800V 3300P-J
C-M-PLA-PP - 1800V 3600P-J
C-CER - R2KV 220P-K
C-CER - R2KV 470P-K
C-CER - B500V 2200P-K
C-CER - B500V 560P-K
C-CER - B500V 560P-K
C-ELEC - 16V 47M-M
C-CER - R1KV 220P-K
C-M-PLA-PP - 2000V 1000P-J
C-M-PLA-PP - 2000V 1200P-J
C-ELEC - H160V 330M-M 105C
C-PLAST-PP - 630V 6800P-J
C-M-POLY - 50V 0.1M-J
C-ELEC - 16V 22M-M
C-M-POLY - 100V 3.3M-K
C-M-POLY - 50V 0.12M-J
C-PLAST-PP - 200V 0.01M-K
C-ELEC - 16V 100M-M
C-CER - 500V 56P-J
C-ELEC - 200V 22M-M
C-ELEC - 16V 100M-M
C-ELEC - 16V 100M-M
C-ELEC - 16V 47M-M
C-ELEC - 350V 4.7M-M/Q
[#]
1-4
3&4
3&4
125
3&4
125
3&4
125
3&4
Ref #
Part #
Part Name & Description
C6B04
C6B23
C6G02
C6G04
C6G23
C6M03
C6M24
C6M48
C6P03
C6P24
C6R02
C6R04
C6R23
C7B41
C7B77
C7C02
C7C12
C7C14
C7C18
C7C26
C7C29
C7C30
C7C40
C7C91
C7C94
C7K01
C7L22
C8A06
C8A39
C8A43
C8A46
C8A48
C8C03
C8C05
C8C18
C8C20
C8C43
C8C44
C8C45
C8C46
C8C47
C8C48
C8D25
C8D32
C8D34
C9A05
C9A06
C9A07
C9A08
C9A09
C9A10
C9A11
C9A12
C9A13
C9A14
C9A20
C9A24
C9A33
C9A35
C9A40
181P352030
181P352030
181P195040
181P352030
181P352030
181P352030
181P352030
181P352040
181P352030
181P352030
181P195040
181P352030
181P352030
181P352030
181P352030
181P352030
181P352030
181P352030
181P352030
181P352030
181P352040
181P350010
181P352030
181P352030
181P352030
181P352030
172P262050
181P352030
181P352030
172P262050
181P352030
181P352030
181P358000
181P358000
181P358000
181P358000
142P020080
142P020080
142P020080
142P020080
142P020080
142P020080
181P352030
181P352030
181P352030
189P185070
189P185070
189P153040
189P185090
189P185090
189P185090
189P185090
185D122050
189P152070
189P152070
189P152070
142P020050
181P352070
181P352040
181P352080
C-ELEC - 16V 47M-M
C-ELEC - 16V 47M-M
C-ELEC - 350V 4.7M-M/Q
C-ELEC - 16V 47M-M
C-ELEC - 16V 47M-M
C-ELEC - 16V 47M-M
C-ELEC - 16V 47M-M
C-ELEC - 16V 100M-M
C-ELEC - 16V 47M-M
C-ELEC - 16V 47M-M
C-ELEC - 350V 4.7M-M/Q
C-ELEC - 16V 47M-M
C-ELEC - 16V 47M-M
C-ELEC - 16V 47M-M
C-ELEC - 16V 47M-M
C-ELEC - 16V 47M-M
C-ELEC - 16V 47M-M
C-ELEC - 16V 47M-M
C-ELEC - 16V 47M-M
C-ELEC - 16V 47M-M
C-ELEC - 16V 100M-M
C-ELEC - 16V 4700M-M
C-ELEC - 16V 47M-M
C-ELEC - 16V 47M-M
C-ELEC - 16V 47M-M
C-ELEC - 16V 47M-M
C-M-POLY - 50V 0.1M-J
C-ELEC - 16V 47M-M
C-ELEC - 16V 47M-M
C-M-POLY - 50V 0.1M-J
C-ELEC - 16V 47M-M
C-ELEC - 16V 47M-M
C-ELEC - 35V 1000M-M
C-ELEC - 35V 1000M-M
C-ELEC - 35V 1000M-M
C-ELEC - 35V 1000M-M
C-CER - B50V 820P-K
C-CER - B50V 820P-K
C-CER - B50V 820P-K
C-CER - B50V 820P-K
C-CER - B50V 820P-K
C-CER - B50V 820P-K
C-ELEC - 16V 47M-M
C-ELEC - 16V 47M-M
C-ELEC - 16V 47M-M
C-CER - 250VAC 1000P-M
C-CER - 250VAC 1000P-M
C-M-POLY - 250VAC 0.1M-M
C-CER - 250VAC 2200P-M
C-CER - 250VAC 2200P-M
C-CER - 250VAC 2200P-M
C-CER - 250VAC 2200P-M
C-ELEC - H200V 1000M-M 105C
C-M-POLY - 250VAC 0.01M-M
C-M-POLY - 250VAC 0.01M-M
C-M-POLY - 250VAC 0.01M-M
C-CER - B50V 470P-K
C-ELEC - 16V 470M-M
C-ELEC - 16V 100M-M
C-ELEC - 16V 1000M-M
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[#]
MODELS: WT-46809 / WS-55809 / WS-55819 / WS-65809 / WS-65819
[#] Model Legend: (1) WS-55809, (2) WS-55819, (3) WS-65809, (4) WS-65819, (5) WT-46809
Ref #
Part #
Part Name & Description
C9A42
C9A50
C9A53
C9A54
C9A55
C9A58
C9A62
C9A63
C9A69
C9A73
C9C01
C9C02
C9C04
C9C05
C9C10
C9C20
C9D00
C9D01
181P352040
142P020050
185D122050
154P260080
142P020070
185D163020
181P195080
185D121020
181P358030
181P358030
181P352030
181P352030
181P352030
181P352030
181P352030
181P352030
189P153040
189P153040
C-ELEC - 16V 100M-M
C-CER - B50V 470P-K
C-ELEC - H200V 1000M-M 105C
C-CER - R1KV 3300P-K
C-CER - B50V 680P-K
C-ELEC - H50V 4700M-M 105C
C-ELEC - 350V 47M-M/Q
C-ELEC - H180V 470M-M 105C
C-ELEC - 35V 4700M-M
C-ELEC - 35V 4700M-M
C-ELEC - 16V 47M-M
C-ELEC - 16V 47M-M
C-ELEC - 16V 47M-M
C-ELEC - 16V 47M-M
C-ELEC - 16V 47M-M
C-ELEC - 16V 47M-M
C-M-POLY - 250VAC 0.1M-M
C-M-POLY - 250VAC 0.1M-M
S7L21
S7L22
S7L23
S7L24
S7L25
S7L26
S7L27
S7L28
S7L29
432P089010
432P089010
432P089010
432P089010
432P089010
432P089010
432P089010
432P089010
432P089010
SW-KEY-BOARD - PUSH-ON
SW-KEY-BOARD - PUSH-ON
SW-KEY-BOARD - PUSH-ON
SW-KEY-BOARD - PUSH-ON
SW-KEY-BOARD - PUSH-ON
SW-KEY-BOARD - PUSH-ON
SW-KEY-BOARD - PUSH-ON
SW-KEY-BOARD - PUSH-ON
SW-KEY-BOARD - PUSH-ON
246C351030
305P702020
330P276010
330P276020
338P046030
338P046080
338P051010
338P051020
411D033010
411D044010
449C141030
453B035010
453B035020
453C021030
480P053010
480P063010
490P154010
490P154020
490P174070
490P174080
490P174090
490P220010
589C062010
597D843010
622B009010
622C065010
622C076010
642C340010
AC-POWER-CORD
RF-SW - YAA41-0126G
DEFL-YOKE
DEFL-YOKE
SVM COIL:G&B
SVM COIL:RED
SVM COIL:GREEN
SVM COIL:RED
CORE-FERRITE
CORE-FERRITE
SOCKET-CRT
CAP-ANODE - SHORT - RED
CAP-ANODE - LONG - G&B
LEAD-ANODE - FBT-HV
SPEAKER
SPEAKER
LENS - RED/BLUE
LENS - GREEN
LENS - RED
LENS - GREEN
LENS - BLUE
LENS - ALL COLORS
CASTER
STIFFENER-MIRROR - 3/4"X3/4" TUBING
TRAY, COOLANT - PS 94V-0
CLIP-MIRROR
BRACKET-SVM
BOARD-MIRROR
[#]
SWITCHES
MISCELLANEOUS
3&4
125
135
2&4
2&4
135
2&4
5
5
3&4
3&4
3&4
1&2
1-4
3&4
Ref #
Part #
Part Name & Description
AG5K00
CF6M01
CF6P01
F5A00
F5A01
F9A01
F9A02
F9A03
F9A04
F9A05
F9A06
F9D00
K9A50
PC9A20
PC9A50
PC9A51
PJ2J01
PJ2J02
PJ2J07
PJ2J08
PJ2J09
PJ2J10
PJ2J11
PJ2J11
PJ2J12
PJ7A00
PJ7A02
PT7A00
TU1A01
TU1B01
X2031
X3A01
X6C26
X6P26
X7A01
X7H00
X7H01
Z7K01
642C352010
669D514070
750A356010
762B345020
762B354010
762B354020
767D048090
767D055040
767D055070
920P016010
224D019040
299P128010
299P128010
283P043060
283P043060
283P044010
283P044020
283P043090
283P043090
283P043090
283P044010
283D131040
287P049080
268P058020
268P058020
268P058020
440C386010
440C386020
440C385010
440C261070
440C261050
440C385020
440C231010
440C261050
440C261050
451C129010
451C129010
264P723010
295P500010
295P500010
285P374050
299P208010
285P374020
285P374020
285P029030
285P335040
285P335050
939P617010
CLIP-MIRROR
SCREW-MIRROR BOARD
COVER-BACK - 46"
BACK-BOARD
BACK BOARD
BACK BOARD
MIRROR - 65"
MIRROR - 55"
MIRROR - 46"
HV-BLOCK - MSC102
AIR-GAP - 2.0+-0.5KV S.LEAD
CERAMIC-OSC - CSB500F2
CERAMIC-OSC - CSB500F2
FUSE - LF251 3A
FUSE - LF251 3A
FUSE - LF251 7A
FUSE - LF251 10A
FUSE - LF251 5A
FUSE - LF251 5A
FUSE - LF251 5A
FUSE - LF251 7A
FUSE - S10A 125A
RELAY-POWER - DG12D1-0(M)
PHOTO-COUPLER - ON3131-R/ON3161-R
PHOTO-COUPLER - ON3131-R/ON3161-R
PHOTO-COUPLER - ON3131-R/ON3161-R
PIN-JACK-BOARD
PIN-JACK-BOARD-6P-1S
PIN-JACK-BOARD-6P
PIN-JACK-BOARD-2P
PIN-JACK-BOARD-2P
PIN-JACK-BOARD-6P
JACK-3PIN - FRONT A/V INPUT
PIN-JACK-BOARD-2P
PIN-JACK-BOARD-2P
JACK-MINI - AV NET/IR BLAST
JACK-MINI - AV NET/IR BLAST
D-LED - SFH310-3
TUNER-RF - ENG26515G
TUNER-RF - ENG26515G
QUARTS-CRYST - 20.000MHZ
CERAMIC-OSC - C5B503F58
QUARTZ-CRYST - 3.579545MHZ
QUARTZ-CRYST - 3.579545MHZ
QUARTZ-CRYST - 4.000000MHZ
QUARTZ-CRYST - 60.000MHZ
QUARTZ-CRYST - 80.000MHZ
UNIT-PREAMP - GP1U283Q
5
3&4
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[#]
1&2
3&4
5
5
3&4
1&2
3&4
1&2
5
PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARD
930B866005
930B866006
930B866007
930B867003
930B881001
935C907003
935C957001
935C966001
935D519003
ASSY-PWB-MAIN
ASSY-PWB-MAIN
ASSY-PWB-MAIN
ASSY-PWB-POWER
ASSY-PWB-SIGNAL
ASSY-PWB-CRT
ASSY-PWB-TERMINAL
ASSY-PWB-2HDW
ASSY-PWB-PREAMP
5
1&2
3&4
MODELS: WT-46809 / WS-55809 / WS-55819 / WS-65809 / WS-65819
[#] Model Legend: (1) WS-55809, (2) WS-55819, (3) WS-65809, (4) WS-65819, (5) WT-46809
Ref #
Part #
935D520003
935D521004
935D524002
935D525003
935D600001
935D601001
935D602001
702A391020
702A392010
702A393020
702A397010
702A398010
703B031020
703B032010
Part Name & Description
[#]
Part #
Part Name & Description
[#]
ASSY-PWB-SVM
ASSY-PWB-DBF
ASSY-PWB-CONTROL 2
ASSY-PWB-FRONT
ASSY-PWB-JUNGLE
ASSY-PWB-CONV-GENE
ASSY-PWB-3DYC/MD
761A159040
761A171010
761A172020
761A173020
761A185010
GRILLE-SP - 55"
GRILLE-SP - 65"
GRILLE-SP
GRILLE-SP
GRILLE-SP
1
3
2
4
5
COSMETIC PARTS
290P103010
I/B WT46809
REMOTE CONTROL
IB - OWNERS GUIDE
PANEL-CONTROL
PANEL-TERMINAL
PANEL-CONTROL
PANEL-CONTROL
PANEL-CONTROL
DOOR - FRONT A/V IN COVER
DOOR
Ref #
ACCESSORIES
1
3
5
2&4
1&3
5
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MODELS: WT-46809 / WS-55809 / WS-55819 / WS-65809 / WS-65819
[#] Model Legend: (1) WS-55809, (2) WS-55819, (3) WS-65809, (4) WS-65819, (5) WT-46809
Ref # Part #
Part Name & Description
Ref # Part #
Part Name & Description
SCREEN ASSEMBLY PARTS
WT-46809 (Figure 1)
(1)
491P118020
(2)
491P119020
(3)
702A397010
(4)
622C071030
(5)
622C063020
(6)
701B429050
(7)
701B430030
(8) (9) 702A396020
(10)
760D628050
SCREEN-LENTICULAR
LENS-FRESNEL
PANEL-CONTROL
CLIP, DIAMOND SHIELD
HOLDER-SCREEN-BOT
SCREEN-FRAME-TOP
SCREEN-FRAME-SIDE
CORNER CAP
DIAMOND SHIELD
WS-55809 (Figure 1)
(1)
491P125010
(2)
491P126010
(3)
702A391020
(4)
622C060040
(5)
622C063040
(6)
701B400080
(7)
701B417010
(8)
702A388030
(9)
702A388040
(10)
760D627060
SCREEN-LENTICULAR
LENS-FRESNEL
PANEL-CONTROL
CLIP-SCREEN-TOP/BOT
HOLDER-SCREEN-BOT
FRAME-SCREEN-TOP
FRAME-SCREEN-SIDE
CAP-CORNER-LEFT
CAP-CORNER-RIGHT
DIAMOND SHIELD
WS-55819 (Figure 2)
(1)
491P125010
(2)
491P126010
SCREEN-LENTICULAR
LENS-FRESNEL
(9)
(4)
(5)
(7)
(8)
622C071010
701B429010
701B430010
702A396010
760D627060
CLIP-SCREEN-TOP/BOT
SCREEN-FRAME-TOP/BOTTOM
SCREEN-FRAME - SIDE
CAP-CORNER
DIAMOND SHIELD
WS-65809 (Figure 1)
(1)
491P105020
(2)
491P106020
(3)
702A393020
(4)
622C060050
(5)
622C059050
(6)
701B425010
(7)
701B426030
(8)
702A388030
(9)
702A388040
(10)
760D627080
SCREEN LENTICULAR
LENS-FRESNEL
PANEL-CONTROL
CLIP-SCREEN-TOP/BOT
HOLDER-SCREEN-BOT
FRAME-SCREEN-TOP
FRAME-SCREEN-SIDE
CAP-CORNER-LEFT
CAP-CORNER-RIGHT
DIAMOND SHIELD
WS-65819 (Figure 2)
(1)
491P105010
(2)
491P106010
(9)
622C071020
(4)
701B429020
(5)
701B430020
(7)
702A396010
(8)
760D627070
SCREEN-LENTICULAR
LENS-FRESNEL
CLIP-SCREEN-TOP/BOT
SCREEN-FRAME-TOP/BOTTOM
SCREEN-FRAME - SIDE
CAP-CORNER
DIAMOND SHIELD
WT-46809
WS-55809
WS-65809
Figure 1: Screen Assembly Parts
PAGE 58
MODELS: WT-46809 / WS-55809 / WS-55819 / WS-65809 / WS-65819
[#] Model Legend: (1) WS-55809, (2) WS-55819, (3) WS-65809, (4) WS-65819, (5) WT-46809
WS-55819
WS-65819
Figure 2: Screen Assembly Parts
PAGE 59
STANDBY SUPPLIES
REGULATOR
MODELS: WT-46809 / WS-55809 / WS-55819 / WS-65809 / WS-65819
Page 60
SWITCHED
SUPPLIES
REGULATOR
MODELS: WT-46809 / WS-55809 / WS-55819 / WS-65809 / WS-65819
Page 61
MODELS: WT-46809 / WS-55809 / WS-55819 / WS-65809 / WS-65819
VIDEO/COLOR
A/V SWITCH CIRCUIT
Page 62
MODELS: WT-46809 / WS-55809 / WS-55819 / WS-65809 / WS-65819
PCB-SIGNAL
Y/C PATH
Page 63
MODELS: WT-46809 / WS-55809 / WS-55819 / WS-65809 / WS-65819
SYNC PATH
Page 64
MODELS: WT-46809 / WS-55809 / WS-55819 / WS-65809 / WS-65819
DEFLECTION CIRCUIT
X-RAY
PROTECT
Page 65
MODELS: WT-46809 / WS-55809 / WS-55819 / WS-65809 / WS-65819
SOUND CIRCUIT
Page 66
MODELS: WT-46809 / WS-55809 / WS-55819 / WS-65809 / WS-65819
CONVERGENCE
CIRCUIT
Page 67
MODELS: WT-46809 / WS-55809 / WS-55819 / WS-65809 / WS-65819
CONTROL CIRCUIT
Page 68