Sharp CP-C405 Service manual

CPD-200GS
SERVICE MANUAL
Australian Model
Chinese Model
Chassis No. SCC-L07A-A
D-1H CHASSIS
SPECIFICATIONS
Picture tube
0.25 mm aperture grille pitch
17 inches measured diagonally
90-degree deflection
Viewable image size
Approx. 327 × 243 mm (w/h)
(12 7/8 × 9 5/8 inches)
16.0” viewing image
Resolution
Horizontal: Max. 1280 dots
Vertical: Max. 1024 lines
Standard image area
Approx. 312 × 234 mm (w/h)
(12 3/8 × 9 1/4 inches)
or
Approx. 293 × 234 mm (w/h)
(11 5/8 × 9 1/4 inches)
Deflection frequency
Horizontal: 30 to 85 kHz
Vertical: 50 to 120 Hz
Audio output
0.5W (mono)
Headphones jack
Stereo minijack
Accepts impedance of 8 Ω or more
AUDIO IN jack
Stereo minijack
AC input voltage/current
100 to 240 V, 50 – 60 Hz, 1.9 – 1.1 A
Power consumption
Max. 120 W
Dimensions
406 × 432 × 420 mm (w/h/d)
(16 × 17 1/8 × 16 5/8 inches)
Mass
Approx. 18 kg (39 lb 11 oz)
Supplied accessories
See page 6
Design and specifications are subject to change without
notice.
TRINITRON COLOR COMPUTER DISPLAY
®
MICROFILM
CDP-200GS
POWER SAVING FUNCTION
DIAGNOSIS
This monitor has three modes of reduced power
consumption. By sensing the absence of video signal
coming from the computer, it reduces power consumption
as follows.
This monitor is equipped with a self-diagnosis function. Use
this function if there is a problem with your monitor or
computer.
1
Power
consumption
mode
Power
consumption
Recovery
time
u indicator
1
Disconnect the video input cable or turn off the
connected computer.
Normal
operation
≤ 120 W
(CPD-200GS)
—
Green
2
Turn the monitor off and on.
3
Press and hold the >/ button for 2 seconds.
≤ 110 W
(CPD-100GS)
2
Standby
(1st mode)
≤ 15 W
Approx.
5 sec.
Green and orange
alternate
3
Suspend
(2nd mode)
≤ 15 W
Approx.
5 sec.
Green and orange
alternate
4
Active-off
(3rd mode)
≤8W
Approx.
15 sec.
Orange
5
Power-off
0W
—
Off
If all four color bars appear (white, red, green, blue) after
a few seconds, the monitor is working properly but there
might be a problem with your computer. Contact your
computer’s manufacturer.
If the color bars do not appear, there is a potential
monitor failure. Inform your authorized Sony dealer of
the monitor’s condition.
Note
If the video signal cable is not connected, the “NO INPUT
SIGNAL” message (page 18) appears. After 30 seconds, the
power saving function automatically puts the monitor into the
active-off mode and the u indicator lights up orange. Once
the horizontal and vertical sync signals are detected, the
monitor automatically resumes its normal operation mode.
TIMING SPECIFICATION
MODE AT PRODUCTION
RESOLUTION
CLOCK
MODE 1
MODE 2
MODE 3
MODE 4
MODE 5
MODE 6
MODE 7
MODE 8
MODE 9
640 X 480
800 X 600
800 X 600
832 X 624
1024 X 768
1024 X 768
1024 X 768
720 X 400
640 X 480
MODE 10
MODE 11
25.175 MHZ
49.500 MHz
56.250 MHz
57.283 MHz
78.750 MHz
80.000 MHz
94.500 MHz
28.322 MHz
36.000 MHz 135.000 MHz 108.000 MHZ
31.469 kHz
46.875 kHz
53.674 kHz
49.725 kHz
60.024 kHz
60.241 kHz
68.677 kHz
31.469 kHz
43.269 kHz
79.976 kHz
usec
usec
usec
usec
usec
usec
usec
usec
usec
usec
usec
31.778
21.333
18.631
20.111
16.66
16.6
14.561
31.777
23.111
12.504
15.63
1280 X 1024 1280 X 1024
-- HORIZONTAL -H-FREQ
H. TOTAL
63.981 kHz
H. BLK
6.356
5.172
4.409
5.586
3.657
3.8
3.725
6.355
5.333
3.022
3.778
H. FP
0.636
0.323
0.569
0.559
0.203
0.4
0.508
0.636
1.556
0.119
0.444
H. SYNC
3.813
1.616
1.138
1.117
1.219
1.2
1.016
3.813
1.556
1.067
1.037
H. BP
1.907
3.232
2.702
3.91
2.235
2.2
2.201
1.907
2.222
1.837
2.296
H. ACTIV
25.422
16.162
14.222
14.524
13.003
12.8
10.836
25.422
17.778
9.481
11.852
59.940 Hz
75.000 Hz
85.061 Hz
74.550 Hz
75.030 Hz
74.927 Hz
84.997 Hz
70.087 Hz
85.008 Hz
75.025 Hz
60.020 Hz
lines
lines
lines
lines
lines
lines
lines
lines
lines
lines
lines
525
625
631
667
800
804
808
449
509
1066
1066
V. BLK
45
25
31
43
32
36
40
49
29
42
42
V. FP
10
1
1
1
1
3
1
12
1
1
1
V. SYNC
2
3
3
3
3
3
3
2
3
3
3
V. BP
33
21
27
39
28
30
36
35
25
38
38
V. ACTIV
480
600
600
624
768
768
768
400
480
1024
1024
-- VERTICAL -V. FREQ(HZ)
V. TOTAL
-- SYNC -INT(G)
EXT(H/V)/POLARITY
EXT(CS)/POLARITY
INT/NON INT
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
YES -/-
YES +/+
YES +/+
YES -/-
YES +/+
YES -/-
YES +/+
YES -/+
YES +/+
YES +/+
YES +/+
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NON INT
NON INT
NON INT
NON INT
NON INT
NON INT
NON INT
NON INT
NON INT
NON INT
NON INT
97. 11. 14 Ver.
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CPD-200GS
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Section
Title
Page
1. GENERAL ................................................................. 1-1
2. DISASSEMBLY
2-1.
2-2.
2-3.
2-4.
Cabinet Removal ................................................
Service Position .................................................
D, A and J Boards Removal ...............................
Picture Tube Removal .......................................
2-1
2-1
2-1
2-2
3. SAFETY RELATED ADJUSTMENT ........... 3-1
4. ADJUSTMENTS .................................................... 4-1
5. DIAGRAMS
5-1.
5-2.
5-3.
Block Diagram ....................................................
Circuit Boards Location ......................................
Schematic Diagrams and Printed Wiring
Boards .................................................................
(1) Schematic Diagrams of D and J Boards ............
(2) Schematic Diagram of A Board .........................
5-4. Semiconductors ............................................................
5-1
5-4
5-4
5-5
5-12
5-16
6. EXPLODED VIEWS
6-1.
6-2.
Chassis ............................................................... 6-1
Packing Materials .............................................. 6-2
7. ELECTRICAL PARTS LIST .......................... 7-1
WARNING!!
NEVER TURN ON THE POWER IN A CONDITION IN
WHICH THE DEGAUSS COIL HAS BEEN REMOVED.
SAFETY-RELATED COMPONENT WARNING!!
COMPONENTS IDENTIFIED BY SHADING AND MARK
¡ ON THE SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS, EXPLODED
VIEWS AND IN THE PARTS LIST ARE CRITICAL FOR
SAFE OPERATION. REPLACE THESE COMPONENTS
WITH SONY PARTS WHOSE PART NUMBERS APPEAR AS SHOWN IN THIS MANUAL OR IN SUPPLEMENTS PUBLISHED BY SONY. CIRCUIT ADJUSTMENTS THAT ARE CRITICAL FOR SAFE OPERATION
ARE IDENTIFIED IN THIS MANUAL. FOLLOW THESE
PROCEDURES WHENEVER CRITICAL COMPONENTS ARE REPLACED OR IMPROPER OPERATION
IS SUSPECTED.
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The operating instructions mentioned here are partial abstracts
from the Operating Instruction Manual. The page numbers of
the Operating Instruction Manual remain as in the manual.
SECTION 1
GENERAL
Getting started
Started
Getting Started
Getting Started
Warningonpowerconnection
Precautions
Installation
• Prevent internal heat build-up by allowing adequate air
circulation. Do not place the monitor on surfaces (rugs,
blankets, etc.) or near materials (curtains, draperies) that
may block the ventilation holes.
• Do not install the monitor near heat sources such as
radiators or air ducts, or in a place subject to direct
sunlight, excessive dust, mechanical vibration or shock.
• Do not place the monitor near equipment which generates
magnetism, such as a transformer or high voltage power
lines.
Maintenance
1-1
• Clean the cabinet, panel and controls with a soft cloth
lightly moistened with a mild detergent solution. Do not
use any type of abrasive pad, scouring powder or solvent,
such as alcohol or benzine.
• Do not rub, touch, or tap the surface of the screen with
sharp or abrasive items such as a ballpoint pen or
screwdriver. This type of contact may result in a scratched
picture tube.
• Clean the screen with a soft cloth. If you use a glass
cleaning liquid, do not use any type of cleaner containing
an anti-static solution or similar additive as this may
scratch the screen’s coating.
Transportation
• Use an appropriate power cord for your local power
supply.
For the customers in the U.S.A.
If you do not use the appropriate cord, this monitor will
not conform to mandatory FCC standards.
Identifying Parts and Controls
See the pages in parentheses for further details.
Front
Rear
1 MUTING button (page 7)
8 AC IN connector
Examples of plug types:
for 100 to 120 V AC
for 200 to 240 V AC
• Before disconnecting the power cord, wait at least 30
seconds after turning off the power to allow the static
electricity on the CRT display surface to discharge.
• After the power has been turned on, the CRT is
demagnetized (degaussed) for about 5 seconds. This
generates a strong magnetic field around the metal frame,
which may affect the data stored on magnetic tapes and
disks near the bezel. Place magnetic recording equipment,
tapes and disks away from this monitor.
The outlet should be installed near the equipment
and be easily accessible.
Mutes the sound.
2 RESET button (page 15)
Resets the adjustments to the factory settings.
Provides AC power to the monitor.
Inputs RGB video signals and SYNC signals.
F
3 GPE button (page 16)
Selects the Graphic Picture Enhancement (GPE) mode.
Side
ES
4 MENU button (pages 7 -15, 17)
C
Displays the MENU OSD.
5 > (contrast) (?//) buttons (pages 7 – 15,
20)
Adjust the contrast.
When you transport this monitor for repair or shipment, use
the original carton and packing materials.
EN
9 Video input connector (HD15)
AUDIO
IN
Function as the (?//) buttons when adjusting other
items.
6 ¨ (brightness) (./>) buttons (pages 7 –
15)
Use of the Tilt-Swivel
Adjust the picture brightness.
With the tilt-swivel, this monitor can be adjusted to the
desired angle within 180° horizontally and 20° vertically.
To turn the monitor vertically and horizontally, hold it at
the bottom with both hands as illustrated below.
Function as the (./>) buttons when adjusting other
items.
7 u (power) switch and indicator (pages 17,
20)
Turns the monitor on or off.
The indicator lights up in green when the monitor is
turned on, and lights up in orange when the monitor is
in power saving mode.
15°
90°
!º AUDIO IN jack
Inputs audio signals when connected to the computer’s
audio out jack.
!¡ 2 Headphones jack
Outputs audio signals to headphones (not supplied).
90°
5°
4
5
Getting Started
Getting Started
Getting Started
About the supplied Macintosh adapter
Setup
Before using this monitor, check that the following items are
included in your carton:
• Monitor (1)
• Power cord (1)
• Macintosh adapter (1)
• Windows® 95 Monitor Information Disk and its manual
(1)
• Warranty card (1)
• These operating instructions (1)
• Audio miniplug cord (1)
This monitor works with any IBM or compatible system
equipped with VGA or greater graphics capability.
Although this monitor works with other platforms running
at horizontal frequencies between 30 and 70 kHz (CPD100GS), 30 and 85 kHz (CPD-200GS), including Macintosh
and Power Macintosh systems, a cable adapter is required.
Please consult your dealer for advice on which adapter is
suitable for your needs.
The supplied Macintosh adapter is compatible with Macintosh LC,
Performa, Quadra and Power Macintosh series computers.
Macintosh II series and some older versions of Power Book models
may need an adapter with micro switches (not supplied).
Note
Do not short the pins of the video signal cable.
You can listen to music, sounds, and other audio files using
the speaker in your monitor.
Connect the AUDIO IN jack to the audio out jack of your
computer’s sound card using the miniplug cord (supplied).
To mute the sound
AUDIO
IN
AUDIO IN jack
to a power outlet
Adjustingthesound
1
1-2
MENU
to video output
2
F
To cancel, press the MUTING button again.
MENU
Note
For customers using Windows 95
EN
Press the MENU button.
The MENU OSD appears.
Step 3: Turn on the monitor and computer
Install the new model information from the “Windows 95 Monitor
Information Disk” into your PC. (Refer to the attached Windows 95
Monitor Information Disk manual.)
Macintosh or
compatible computer
2 Headphones jack
MUTING
If “OUT OF SCAN RANGE” or “NO INPUT SIGNAL” appears on
the screen, see “Warning Messages” on page 18.
to video output
Press the MUTING button.
No sound comes from the speaker.
The
mark appears at the bottom of the screen.
to AC IN
The installation of your monitor is complete.
IBM PC/AT or
compatible computer
The OSD automatically disappears after about 30 seconds.
To close the OSD, press the MENU button again.
To reset, press the RESET button while the OSD is on.
With the monitor switched off, connect one end of the
power cord to the monitor and the other end to a power
outlet.
Step 1: Connect the monitor to the
computer
With the computer switched off, connect the video signal
cable to the computer’s video output.
Press the >?// buttons to adjust the volume.
Step 2: Connect the power cord
Power cord (supplied)
Connecting to an IBM PC/AT, Macintosh or
compatiblecomputer
3
ConnectingYourMonitor’s
Speaker
COLOR
OK
ES
MENU
CENTER SCREEN
GEOM
EXIT
ZOOM
SOUND
SIZE
OPTION
Press the ¨./> and >?// buttons to select “™
SOUND,” and press the MENU button again.
The SOUND OSD appears.
Usingtheheadphonesjack
C
You can listen to the audio signals from your computer
using headphones (not supplied). The speaker turns off
when headphones are connected to the headphones jack.
Adjust the volume using the SOUND OSD.
Note
If the volume from the speaker is too low, increase the output level
(average of 500 mv) of the computer.
SOUND
This monitor complies with the “VESA DDC” Plug&Play standard.
If your PC/graphics board complies with DDC, select “Plug and
Play Monitor (VESA DDC)” as “Monitor type” from “Control
Panel” in Windows 95. Some PCs/graphics boards do not comply
with DDC. Even if your computer complies with DDC, it may have
some problems connecting with this monitor. In this case, select this
monitor‘s model name (CPD-100GS or CPD-200GS) as “Monitor
type” in Windows 95.
Macintosh adapter
(supplied)
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Note
While muting the sound, the
mark appears in the SOUND OSD
instead of the Á mark. Increase the volume to cancel the
mark
and activate the speaker.
Selecting the On-screen Display
Language
If you need to change the OSD language, see “Selecting the
on-screen display language” on page 15.
The default setting is English.
6
7
Customizing Your Monitor
Getting
Started
Customizing
Your Monitor
Before adjusting
• Connect the monitor and the computer, and turn them on.
• Select “ (LANGUAGE)” in the OPTION OSD, then
select “ENG” (English) (see page 15).
AdjustingthePictureBrightness
andContrast
Once the setting is adjusted , it will be stored in memory for
all input signals received.
1
IntroducingtheOn-screen
DisplaySystem
Using the CENTER On-screen
Display
Most adjustments are made using the MENU OSD.
The CENTER settings allow you to adjust the centering of
the picture.
Once the setting is adjusted, it will be stored in memory for
the current input signal.
MENU OSD
Press the MENU button to display the MENU OSD.
This MENU OSD contains links to the other OSDs described
below.
1
Using the SIZE On-screen Display
The SIZE settings allow you to adjust the size of the picture.
Once the setting is adjusted, it will be stored in memory for
the current input signal.
1
Press the MENU button.
The MENU OSD appears.
MENU
MENU
Press the ¨ (brightness) ./> or > (contrast) ?//
buttons.
The BRIGHTNESS/CONTRAST OSD appears.
MENU
OK
2
MENU
MENU
COLOR
BRIGHTNESS/CONTRAST
26
CENTER SCREEN
GEOM
EXIT
ZOOM
SOUND
SIZE
OPTION
2
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60.0kHz/ 85Hz
Horizontal
Frequency*
Press the ¨./> and >?// buttons to select “
CENTER,” and press the MENU button again.
The CENTER OSD appears.
1-3
> . . . for more brightness
. . . . for less brightness
For contrast adjustment
Press the >?// buttons.
/ . . . for more contrast
? . . . for less contrast
1
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26
2
3
The horizontal and vertical frequencies for the received input
signal appear in the BRIGHTNESS/CONTRAST OSD.
/ . . . to move the picture right
? . . . to move the picture left
For vertical adjustment
Press the ¨./> buttons.
ZOOM
Displays the ZOOM OSD for enlarging and reducing
the picture.
OPTION
Displays the OPTION OSD for adjusting the OSD
position, degaussing the screen, selecting the OSD
language, etc.
6
For horizontal adjustment
Press the >?// buttons.
SCREEN
Displays the SCREEN OSD for adjusting the vertical
and horizontal convergence, etc.
4
3
CENTER
Displays the CENTER OSD for adjusting the centering
of the picture.
The OSD automatically disappears after about 3 seconds.
*
COLOR
Displays the COLOR OSD for adjusting the color
temperature.
5
To reset, press the RESET button while the OSD is on. The
brightness and contrast are both reset to the factory settings.
SIZE
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Vertical
Frequency*
For brightness adjustment
Press the ¨./> buttons.
Press the ¨./> and >?// buttons to select “
SIZE,” and press the MENU button again.
The SIZE OSD appears.
CENTER
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2
Press the MENU button.
The MENU OSD appears.
SIZE
Displays the SIZE OSD for adjusting the picture size.
7 ™ SOUND
> . . . to move the picture up
. . . . to move the picture down
The OSD automatically disappears after about 30 seconds.
To close the OSD, press the MENU button again.
To reset, press the RESET button while the OSD is on.
The horizontal and vertical centerings are both reset to the
factory settings.
3
EN
For horizontal adjustment
Press the >?// buttons.
F
ES
/ . . . to increase picture size
? . . . to decrease picture size
C
For vertical adjustment
Press the ¨./> buttons.
> . . . to increase picture size
. . . . to decrease picture size
The OSD automatically disappears after about 30 seconds.
To close the OSD, press the MENU button again.
To reset, press the RESET button while the OSD is on.
The horizontal and vertical sizes are both reset to the factory
settings.
Displays the SOUND OSD for adjusting the sound.
8
GEOM
Displays the GEOMETRY OSD for adjusting the picture
rotation and pincushion, etc.
9 EXIT
Closes the MENU OSD.
8
9
Customizing Your Monitor
Getting
Started
Customizing
Your Monitor
UsingtheGEOM(Geometry)OnscreenDisplay
The GEOM (geometry) settings allow you to adjust the
shape and orientation of the picture.
Once the rotation is adjusted, it will be stored in memory for
all input signals received. All other adjustments will be
stored in memory for the current input signal.
1
4
Press the >?// buttons to adjust the settings.
For
Press
ROTATION
/ . . . to rotate the picture clockwise
UsingtheZOOMOn-screen
Display
Using the COLOR On-screen
Display
The ZOOM settings allow you to enlarge or reduce the
picture.
Once the setting is adjusted, it will be stored in memory for
the current input signal.
You can change the monitor’s color temperature. For
example, you can change the colors of a picture on the
screen to match the actual colors of the printed picture.
Once the setting is adjusted, it will be stored in memory for
all input signals received.
1
Press the MENU button.
The MENU OSD appears.
Press the MENU button.
The MENU OSD appears.
? . . . to rotate the picture counterclockwise
1
MENU
MENU
MENU
2
PINCUSHION
Press the ¨./> and >?// buttons to select “
GEOM,” and press the MENU button again.
The GEOMETRY OSD appears.
/ . . . to expand the picture sides
2
? . . . to contract the picture sides
Press the MENU button.
The MENU OSD appears.
Press the ¨./> and >?// buttons to select “
ZOOM,” and press the MENU button again.
The ZOOM OSD appears.
2
Press the ¨./> and >?// buttons to select “
COLOR,” and press the MENU button again.
The COLOR OSD appears.
ZOOM
GEOMETRY
COLOR
PIN BALANCE
/ . . . to move the picture sides to the right
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1-4
3
Press the ¨./> buttons to select the item you want
to adjust.
KEYSTONE
To
ROTATION
adjust the picture rotation
PINCUSHION
adjust the picture sides
PIN BALANCE
adjust the picture side balance
KEYSTONE
adjust the picture width
KEY BALANCE
adjust the picture shape balance
F
KEY BALANCE
/ . . . to move the top of the picture to
the right
ES
Press the >?//buttons to adjust the picture zoom.
/ . . . to increase the picture width at the
top
? . . . to decrease the picture width at the
top
Select
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? . . . to move the picture sides to the left
ROTATION
3
EN
9300K
5000K
H
V
/ . . . to enlarge the picture
? . . . to reduce the picture
If you are using Graphic Picture Enhancement (GPE)
If you are in one of the GPE modes, the following
COLOR OSD appears when “
COLOR” is selected.
COLOR
The OSD automatically disappears after about 30 seconds.
To close the OSD, press the MENU button again.
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To reset, press the RESET button while the OSD is on.
Note
? . . . to move the top of the picture to
the left
The OSD automatically disappears after about 30 seconds.
To close the OSD, press the MENU button again.
The picture zoom adjustment will stop as soon as either the
horizontal or vertical size reaches its maximum or minimum value.
This OSD allows you to reduce the color temperature
from 11,000K to 9,300K. Press the >?// buttons to
adjust the color temperature.
For more information on using GPE, see “Selecting the
Graphic Picture Enhancement (GPE) Mode” on page 16.
(continued)
To reset, press the RESET button while the OSD is on.
The selected item is reset to the factory setting.
10
11
C
Customizing Your Monitor
3
Getting
Started
Customizing
Your Monitor
Press the ¨./> buttons to select the color
temperature.
Using the SCREEN On-screen
Display
There are two color temperature modes in the OSD.
The preset adjustments are 9,300K and 5,000K.
Selecting your own color temperature between
9,300K and 5,000K
Press the ¨./> buttons to select “ (VARIABLE)”
and adjust by pressing the >?// buttons.
Adjust convergence settings to eliminate red or blue
shadows that may appear around objects on the screen.
Adjust the CANCEL MOIRE function to eliminate wavy or
elliptical lines that may appear on the screen.
Once the setting is adjusted, it will be stored in memory for
all input signals received.
4
Press the >?// buttons to adjust the settings.
The OPTION OSD allows you to manually degauss the
screen and adjust settings such as the OSD position and
OSD language. It also allows you to lock the controls.
For
H CONVERGENCE
1
Press the MENU button.
The MENU OSD appears.
Press
/ . . . to shift red shadows to the right
and blue shadows to the left
? . . . to shift red shadows to the left
and blue shadows to the right
MENU
COLOR
50
2
Degaussingthescreen
The monitor screen is automatically degaussed
(demagnetized) when the power is turned on.
You can also manually degauss the monitor.
1
9300K
5000K
VARIABLE
Using the OPTION On-screen
Display
Press the ¨./> and >?// buttons to select “
SCREEN,” and press the MENU button again.
The SCREEN OSD appears.
/ . . . for a higher temperature (bluish)
? . . . for a lower temperature (reddish)
V CONVERGENCE
/ . . . to shift red shadows up and blue
shadows down
? . . . to shift red shadows down and
blue shadows up
SCREEN
The OSD automatically disappears after about 30 seconds.
To close the OSD, press the MENU button again.
Press the MENU button.
The MENU OSD appears.
MENU
2
Press the ¨./> and >?// buttons to select “
OPTION,” and press the MENU button again.
The OPTION OSD appears.
/ . . . to turn CANCEL MOIRE “ON”
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CANCEL MOIRE
EN
F
OPTION
ON
OFF
1-5
H CONVERGENCE
To reset, press the RESET button while the OSD is on. The
selected color temperature is reset to the factory settings.
ES
ON
? . . . to turn CANCEL MOIRE “OFF”
3
Press the ¨./> buttons to select the item you want
to adjust.
ON
OFF
/ . . . to increase the moire cancellation
MOIRE ADJUST
C
MANUAL DEGAUSS
3
Press the ¨./> buttons to select “
DEGAUSS).”
4
Press the > / button.
The screen is degaussed for about 5 seconds.
effect
(MANUAL
50
Select
? . . . to decrease the moire cancellation
effect
To
adjust the horizontal convergence
0
H CONVERGENCE
adjust the vertical convergence
V CONVERGENCE
CANCEL MOIRE
*
MOIRE ADJUST
*
12
eliminate elliptical or wavy lines on
the screen
adjust the degree of moire
cancellation
CANCEL MOIRE must be “ON” for “
to appear on the screen.
(MOIRE ADJUST)”
The OSD automatically disappears after about 30 seconds.
To close the OSD, press the MENU button again.
To reset, press the RESET button while the OSD is on.
The selected item is reset to the factory setting.
If you need to degauss the screen a second time, wait for at
least 20 minutes before repeating the steps above.
The OPTION OSD automatically disappears after about 30
seconds.
To close the OSD, press the MENU button again.
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Customizing Your Monitor
Getting
Started
Customizing
Your Monitor
Changingtheon-screendisplayposition
Lockingthecontrols
Selecting the on-screen display language
You can change the OSD position (for example, when you
want to adjust the picture behind the OSD).
The control lock function disables all of the buttons on the
front panel except the u (power) switch and MENU button.
English, French, German, Spanish and Japanese versions of
the OSDs are available.
1
1
1
Press the MENU button.
The MENU OSD appears.
MENU
2
Press the MENU button.
The MENU OSD appears.
2
Press the MENU, ¨./> and >?//buttons to select
the OSD containing the item you want to reset.
MENU
Press the ¨./> and >?// buttons to select “
OPTION,” and press the MENU button again.
The OPTION OSD appears.
OPTION
Resettinganadjustmentitem
1
Press the MENU button.
The MENU OSD appears.
MENU
MENU
Press the ¨./> and >?// buttons to select “
OPTION,” and press the MENU button again.
The OPTION OSD appears.
ResettingtheAdjustments
2
Press the ¨./> and >?// buttons to select “
OPTION,” and press the MENU button again.
The OPTION OSD appears.
2
Press the ¨./> buttons to select the item you want
to reset.
3
Press the RESET button.
OPTION
OPTION
ON
ON
ON
MANUAL DEGAUSS
3
MANUAL DEGAUSS
MANUAL DEGAUSS
1-6
Press the ¨./> buttons to select “
(OSD H
POSITION)” or “
(OSD V POSITION).”
(OSD H POSITION)” to adjust the horizontal
Select “
position.
3
Press the ¨./> buttons to select “
LOCK).”
(LANGUAGE).”
F
OPTION
ENG
DEU
JPN
ON
CONTROL LOCK
OSD H POSITION
(OSD V POSITION)” to adjust the vertical
Press the ¨./> buttons to select “
ES
OFF
Select “
position.
EN
3
OPTION
OPTION
RESET
(CONTROL
4
Press the >?// buttons to select “ON.”
FRA
ESP
Resetting all of the adjustment data for
the current input signal
C
LANGUAGE
4
Press the >?// buttons to select the desired
language.
OPTION
When there is no OSD displayed, press the RESET
button.
All of the adjustments data for the current input signal is
reset to the factory settings.
Note that adjustment data not affected by changes in input
signal (OSD language , OSD position and the control lock
function) is not reset to the factory settings.
RESET
OSD V POSITION
4
Press the >?// buttons to move the OSD to the
desired position.
The OPTION OSD automatically disappears after about 30
seconds.
To close the OSD, press the MENU button again.
Once you select “ON,” you cannot select any items except
“EXIT” and ”
OPTION” in the MENU OSD.
If you press any button other than the u (power) switch and
MENU button, the
mark appears on the screen.
The OPTION OSD automatically disappears after about 30
seconds.
To close the OSD, press the MENU button again.
To reset, press the RESET button while the OSD is on.
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To cancel the control lock
Repeat steps 1 through 3 above and press the >?//
buttons to select “OFF.”
ENG: English, FRA: French, DEU: German,
ESP: Spanish, or JPN: Japanese.
The OPTION OSD automatically disappears after about 30
seconds.
To close the OSD, press the MENU button again.
To reset to English, press the RESET button while the OSD
is on.
Resetting all of the adjustment data for all
inputsignals
Press and hold the RESET button for more than two
seconds.
All of the adjustment data, including the brightness and
contrast, is reset to the factory settings.
RESET
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Technical Features
Customizing Your Monitor
Selecting the Graphic Picture
Enhancement(GPE)Mode
The Graphic Picture Enhancement (GPE) button allows you
to automatically change the characteristics of the picture on
the screen to match the use of your monitor. Simply press
the GPE button to scroll between the three modes.
1
Turn on the monitor and computer.
2
Press the GPE button to set the mode.
GPE
Getting Started
Technical Features
Preset and User Modes
The monitor has factory preset modes for the 9 (CPD100GS) or 10 (CPD-200GS) most popular industry standards
for true “plug and play” capability.
Recommended horizontal and vertical timing
conditions
Horizontal sync width duty should be 1.0 µsec of total horizontal
time.
Horizontal blanking width should be ≥3.0 µsec for CPD-200GS.
Horizontal blanking width should be ≥3.6 µsec for CPD-100GS.
Vertical blanking width should be ≥500 µsec for both CPD-100GS
and CPD-200GS.
Displayingthemonitor’s
information
You can display the model name, serial number and year of
manufacture using the monitor‘s INFORMATION OSD.
Press and hold the MENU button for 5 seconds.
The INFORMATION OSD appears.
Example:
INFORMATION
MENU
MODEL : CPD 100GS
SER NO : 1234567
MANUFACTURED : 1997
Note for Windows® users
Each time you press the GPE button, the mode appears on
the screen and changes as follows.
n
n STANDARD MODE
PRESENTATION MODE
n
GRAPHICS/VIDEO MODE
1-7
The STANDARD MODE is ideal for spreadsheets, word
processing, and other text oriented applications.
The PRESENTATION MODE is useful for presentation
programs that require vivid colors.
The GRAPHICS/VIDEO MODE gives movies and games
enhanced visual appeal by increasing the sharpness and
brightness.
The selected mode indication appears on the screen for
about 3 seconds.
If the screen appears too white, adjust the color temperature
as explained in “Using the COLOR On-screen Display” on
page 11.
Note
The PRESENTATION MODE and GRAPHICS/VIDEO MODE may
produce ghost images when displaying text oriented applications.
These modes change the brightness of the picture dynamically
according to changes in moving pictures. If ghost images appear,
set the GPE to STANDARD MODE.
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For Windows users, check your video board manual or the utility
program which comes with your graphic board and select the
highest available refresh rate to maximize monitor performance.
CPD-100GS
Resolution Horizontal Vertical
No. (dots × lines) Frequency Frequency
Graphics
Mode
1
640 × 480
31.5 kHz
60 Hz
VGA Graphic
2
640 × 480
43.3 kHz
85 Hz
VESA
3
720 × 400
31.5 kHz
70 Hz
VGA Text
4
800 × 600
46.9 kHz
75 Hz
VESA
5
800 × 600
53.7 kHz
85 Hz
VESA
6
832 × 624
49.7 kHz
75 Hz
Macintosh
16” Color
7
1024 × 768
60.0 kHz
75 Hz
VESA
8
1024 × 768
68.7 kHz
85 Hz
VESA
9
1280 × 1024
64.0 kHz
60 Hz
VESA
Damper wire
Approx. 6cm
(CPD-200GS
only)
The INFORMATION OSD includes the model name, serial
number and manufactured year.
The OSD automatically disappears after about 30 seconds.
Approx. 6cm
PowerSavingFunction
1
EN
F
This monitor has three modes of reduced power
consumption. By sensing the absence of video signal
coming from the computer, it reduces power consumption
as follows.
Power
consumption
mode
Power
consumption
Recovery
time
u indicator
Normal
operation
≤ 120 W
(CPD-200GS)
—
Green
≤ 110 W
(CPD-100GS)
CPD-200GS
Graphics
Mode
2
Standby
(1st mode)
≤ 15 W
Approx.
5 sec.
Green and orange
alternate
1
640 × 480
31.5 kHz
60 Hz
VGA Graphic
3
≤ 15 W
Approx.
5 sec.
Green and orange
alternate
2
640 × 480
Suspend
(2nd mode)
43.3 kHz
85 Hz
VESA
4
31.5 kHz
70 Hz
VGA Text
Approx.
15 sec.
Orange
720 × 400
Active-off
(3rd mode)
≤8W
3
4
800 × 600
46.9 kHz
75 Hz
VESA
5
Power-off
0W
—
Off
5
800 × 600
53.7 kHz
85 Hz
VESA
6
832 × 624
49.7 kHz
75 Hz
Macintosh
16” Color
7
1024 × 768
60.0 kHz
75 Hz
VESA
8
1024 × 768
60.2 kHz
75 Hz
Macintosh
19” Color
9
1024 × 768
68.7 kHz
85 Hz
VESA
10
1280 × 1024
80.0 kHz
75 Hz
VESA
Resolution Horizontal Vertical
No. (dots × lines) Frequency Frequency
DamperWires
When viewing a white background, very thin horizontal
lines are visible on the screen as shown below. These lines
are damper wires.
The Trinitron tube has a vertically striped aperture grille
inside. The aperture grille allows more light to pass
through to the screen giving the Trinitron CRT more color
and brightness.
These damper wires are attached to the aperture grille to
prevent vibration of the aperture grille and keep the screen
image constantly stable.
ES
Plug & Play
This monitor complies with the DDC1 and DDC2B
Display Data Channel (DDC) standards of VESA.
When a DDC1 host system is connected, the monitor
synchronizes with the V. CLK in accordance with the VESA
standards and outputs the EDID (Extended Display
Identification Data) to the data line.
When a DDC2B host system is connected, the monitor
automatically switches to the appropriate standard.
DDC is a trademark of the Video Electronics Standard
Association.
Note
If the video signal cable is not connected, the “NO INPUT
SIGNAL” message (page 18) appears. After 30 seconds, the power
saving function automatically puts the monitor into the active-off
mode and the u indicator lights up orange. Once the horizontal
and vertical sync signals are detected, the monitor automatically
resumes its normal operation mode.
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C
Additional Information
The input signal condition
WarningMessages
If there is something wrong with the input signal, one of the
following messages appears.
INFORMATION
Input signal condition
Getting
StartedInformation
Additional
“OUT OF SCAN RANGE” indicates that the input signal
is not supported by the monitor’s specifications.
Symptom
Check these items
Screen image is not centered
or sized properly
• Adjust the size or centering (page 9).
• Some video modes do not fill the screen to the edges. This problem tends to occur with
certain video boards.
Edges of the image are
curved
• Adjust the geometry (page 10).
White lines show red or blue
shadows at edges
• Adjust the convergence (pages 12 – 13).
Picture is fuzzy
• Adjust the contrast and brightness (page 8).
• Degauss the monitor (page 13).
If you place equipment which generates a magnetic field, such as a loudspeaker, near
the monitor, or you change the direction of the monitor, color may lose uniformity.
The degauss function demagnetizes the metal frame of the CRT to obtain a neutral
field for uniform color reproduction. If a second degauss cycle is needed, allow a
minimum interval of 20 minutes for the best result.
• If red or blue shadows appear along the edges of images, adjust the convergence
(pages 12 – 13).
• If the moire is cancelled, the picture may become fuzzy. Decrease the moire
cancellation effect (pages 12 – 13).
Picture bounces or has wavy
oscillations
• Isolate and eliminate any potential sources of electric or magnetic fields. Common
causes for this symptom are electric fans, fluorescent lighting or laser printers.
• If you have another monitor close to this monitor, increase the distance between them
to reduce the interference.
• Try plugging the monitor into a different AC outlet, preferably on a different circuit.
• Try the monitor on a different computer in a different room.
“NO INPUT SIGNAL” indicates that no signal is input.
To solve these problems, see “Troubleshooting” below.
OUT OF SCAN RANGE
Troubleshooting
This section may help you isolate the cause of a problem and as a result, eliminate the need to contact technical support.
Symptom
Check these items
No picture
1-8
If the u indicator is not lit
• Check that the power cord is properly connected.
• Check that the u (power) switch is in the “on” position.
If the “NO INPUT SIGNAL”
message appears on the
screen, or if the u indicator is
either orange or alternating
between green and orange
• Try pressing any key on the computer keyboard.
• Check that your computer power switch is in the “on” position.
• Check that the video signal cable is properly connected and all plugs are firmly seated
in their sockets.
• Ensure that no pins are bent or pushed in the HD15 video input connector.
• Check that the video board is completely seated in the proper bus slot.
• Check that the video frequency range is within that specified for the monitor.
If the “OUT OF SCAN
Horizontal: 30 – 70 kHz (CPD-100GS), 30 – 85 kHz (CPD-200GS)
RANGE” message appears on
Vertical: 50 – 120 Hz
the screen
Refer to your computer’s instruction manual to adjust the video frequency range.
• If you are using a video signal cable adapter, check that it is the correct one.
If no message is displayed
and the u indicator is green
or flashing orange
Picture is scrambled
Color is not uniform
You cannot adjust the
monitor with the buttons on
the front panel
18
• Degauss the monitor (page 13).
If you place equipment which generates a magnetic field, such as a loudspeaker, near
the monitor, or you change the direction of the monitor, color may lose uniformity.
The degauss function demagnetizes the metal frame of the CRT to obtain a neutral
field for uniform color reproduction. If a second degauss cycle is needed, allow a
minimum interval of 20 minutes for the best result.
F
Picture is flickering
• Set the refresh rate on the computer to obtain the best possible picture by referring to
your computer’s manual.
ES
Picture appears to be
ghosting
• Eliminate the use of video cable extensions and/or video switch boxes if this symptom
occurs. Excessive cable length or a weak connection can produce this symptom.
C
Wavy or elliptical (moire)
pattern is visible
• Cancel the moire (pages 12 – 13).
The moire may be modified depending on the connected computer.
• Due to the relationship between resolution, monitor dot pitch and the pitch of some
image patterns, certain screen backgrounds sometimes show moire. Change your
desktop pattern.
Two fine horizontal lines
(wires) are visible
• These wires stabilize the vertically striped aperture grille (page 17). This aperture grille
allows more light to pass through to the screen giving the Trinitron CRT more color
and brightness.
Hum is heard right after the
power is turned on
• When the power is turned on, the auto-degauss cycle is activated. While the autodegauss cycle is activated, a hum may be heard. The same hum is heard when the
monitor is manually degaussed. This is not a malfunction.
• See “Self-diagnosis Function” (page 20).
• Check your graphics board manual for the proper monitor setting.
• Check this manual and confirm that the graphics mode and the frequency you are
trying to operate at is supported. Even if the frequency is within the proper range,
some video boards may have a sync pulse that is too narrow for the monitor to sync
correctly.
EN
• If the problem persists, call your authorized Sony dealer from a location near your monitor.
• Note the model name and the serial number of your monitor. Also note the make and name of your video board.
• If the control lock function is set to on, set it to off using the OPTION OSD (page 14).
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CPD-200GS
SECTION 2
DISASSEMBLY
2-1. CABINET REMOVAL
2-2. SERVICE POSITION
3 Two claws
PUSH
4 Cabinet
A board
PUSH
1
3
D board
2 Two audio jacks
1 Two screws
(+BVTP 4 x 16)
2
Caution: To avoid breakage, gently pull
sides of cabinet out and over the audio
jacks when removing cabinet from
chassis.
2-3. D, A AND J BOARDS REMOVAL
1 Two claws
3 A board
8 Four screws
(+BVTP 3 x 12)
4 Screw
(+BVTT 4 x 8)
5 Cable stopper
6 Two screws
(+BVTP 3 x 12)
2 J board
7 Cable bracket
10 D board
9 Five claws
2-1
CPD-200GS
2-4. PICTURE TUBE REMOVAL
• Remove the D, A and J boards (Refer to 2-3.)
2 Neck assy
3 Deflection yoke
4 Four screws
(Tapping screw 5)
5 Picture tube shield
1 Anode cup
6 Picture tube
Cushion
• REMOVAL OF ANODE-CAP
NOTE: Short circuit the anode of the picture tube and the anode cap to the metal chassis, CRT shield or carbon painted on the CRT, after
removing the anode.
• REMOVING PROCEDURES
c
b
a
Anode Button
1 Turn up one side of the rubber cap in
the direction indicated by the arrow a.
2 Using a thumb pull up the rubber cap
firmly in the direction indicated by the
arrow b.
• HOW TO HANDLE AN ANODE-CAP
1 Don’t hurt the surface of anode-caps with shartp shaped material!
2 Don’t press the rubber hardly not to hurt inside of anode-caps!
A material fitting called as shatter-hook terminal is built in the
rubber.
3 Don’t turn the foot of rubber over hardly!
The shatter-hook terminal will stick out or hurt the rubber.
2-2
3 When one side of the rubber cap is
separated from the anode button, the
anode-cap can be removed by turning
up the rubber cap and pulling up it in the
direction of the arrow c.
CPD-200GS
SECTION 3
SAFETY RELATED ADJUSTMENT
When replacing parts shown in the table below, the following operational chacks must be performed as a safety precaution against X-ray emissions from the unit.
b) HV Hold-Down Check
1) Using an external DC Power supply, apply the voltage shown below between cathode of D517 on “D”
Board and GND, and confirm that the HV HoldDown circuit works. (Raster disappears)
Apply DC Voltage: 31.4 ± 0.01 VDC
D BOARD
Part Replaced ([)
RV501 (HV ADJ)
Part Replaced (])
Check Condition
• Input voltage : 120 ± 2 VAC
• Input signal :(fH = 64 kHz), White Cross Hatch
• Controls
: CONT (max) & BRT (center)
• B+ Voltage : 182.5 ± 3.0 VDC
IC501, IC605, IC901, D517, C535, C540, C541,
C542, C544, C553, C554, C555, C558, C561, R545,
R546, R547, R548, R549, R550, R552, R564, R567,
RV501, T501 (FBT)
* Allow the unit to warm up for one minute prior to checking the following conditions:
c) Beam Protector Check (Software logic)
1) Using an external DC power supply, apply the voltage 8.8 ± 0.01 VDC between pin !¡ of FBT (T501)
and GND, and confirm that the voltage across C541
is 3.7 VDC or less.
a) HV Regulator Check
1)
2)
3)
4)
5)
Input white cross hatch signal. (fH = 64 kHz)
Minimum CONT and BRT controls.
Cut off Screen VR (G2).
Input voltage: 120 ± 2 VAC
Confirm that the voltage is within the voltage range
shown below.
Standard voltage: 25.0 ± 0.5KVDC
6) When replacing components identified by ], make
sure to recheck the High Voltage.
7) Verify the High Voltage as shown above (25 ±
0.5KVDC) is within specification. If not, set H. SIZE
data at minimum (–127) and then adjust RV501 on
“D” Board.
8) After adjusting the High Voltage within specification, put the RV cover on RV501 as shown below
and apply sufficient amount of RTV around RV501.
Check Condition
• Input voltage : 120 ± 2 VAC
• Input signal :(fH = 64 kHz), White Cross Hatch
• Controls
: CONT (max) & BRT (center)
d) B+ MAX. Check
1) Input white cross hatch (fH = 64 kHz) signal.
2) CONT (max) & BRT (center)
3) Input voltage: 120 ± 2 VAC
Note: Use NF power supply or make sure that distortion factor is 3% or less.
4) Confirm that the B+ voltage is within the voltage
range shown below.
Standard voltage: 182.5 ± 3.0 VDC
104
RV501
3-1
CPD-200GS
SECTION 4
ADJUSTMENTS
Adjust the green of corners 1 to 4, and center 6 to ±5 µm, and
red and blue to within ±7 µm of green, and the difference between red and blue to within ±10 µm.
Adjust the green of 5 and 7 to within ±10 µm, and red and blue
to within ±7 µm of green, and the difference between red and
blue to within ±10 µm.
● Landing Rough Adjustment
1. Enter the full white signal.
2. Set the contrast to “CONT”=255.
3. Make the screen monogreen.
Note: Off the outputs from R ch and B ch of SG.
4. Reverse the DY, and adjust coarsely the purity magnet so
that a green raster positions in the center of screen.
5. Moving the DY forward, adjust so that an entire screen becomes monogreen.
6. Adjust the tilt of DY, and fix lightly with a clamp.
Note: "TILT" shall be set at 0.
(Set each corner to 1st frame of the crosshatch.)
7. For the up/down and left/right swing, swing the DY and insert a wedge so that the up and down pins are equal at the top
and bottom and the horizontal trapezoid is equal at the left
and right. Insert the wedge firmly so that the DY does not
shake.
Signals: Inverted crosshatch signal (monochrome G)
and crosshatch signals (B and R)
● Landing Fine Adjustment
1. Put the set inside the Helmholtz coil.
2. Input the single green signal and set the CONT control to
MAX.
Note: Set to Σ 1k=300 µA with the signal green signal, and after
aging for about 30 minutes, adjust so that it is exactly this
value.
3. Demagnetize the CRT surface with the hand degausser , and
perform auto degaussing.
Note: Adjust in s non-magnetic field.
4. Attach the wobbling coil to the designated part of the CRT
neck.
5. Attach the sensor of the landing adjustment unit on the CRT
surface.
6. Adjust the DY position and purity, and the DY tilt, and landing of the center and 4 corners with the landing checker.
Purity
A
a
c
d
“a” and “b” must be equal, and
“c” and “d” must be almost equal.
b
B
R
R
B
or
A’ A and B, or A’ and B’ must be almost equal.
B’
or
C and D, or C’ and D’ must be almost equal.
A
B
RB BR
C
B
D
C’
D’
<How to drive in wedges>
Drive in wedges as shown in the
left figure, and apply RTV as
shown with hatched lines.
A=B
← As viewed from a neck side
<Specification>
1
5
8. Check the landing of each corner, and if they do not satisfy
the specification, paste a Disk-Mg onto the funnel and adjust.
Note:
(1) Do not paste more than 2 magnets to one corner.
(2) Paste within 80 to 100 mm from the DY on the diagonal line
of the magnet.
(3) If using the magnet, be sure to demagnetize with the hand
degausser and check.
9. Remove the sensor and wobbling coil.
10. Switch the signal to R.G.B., and check that each color is
pure.
11. Check that the DY is not tilting, and fix the purity Mg with a
white pen.
12. Fasten DY with screw.
Note: Torque 20 ±2kg·cm
2
6
3
7
4
4-1
CPD-200GS
Connect the communication cable of the computer to the connector located on the D board on the monitor. Run the service software and
then follow the instruction.
1 1-690-391-21
2 A-1500-819-A
Interface Unit
3 3-702-691-01
Connector Attachment
IBM AT Computer
as a Jig
To BUS CONNECTOR
D-sub
(9 Pin [female])
mini Din
(8Pin)
4 Pin
4 Pin
4 Pin
*The parts above ( 1 ~ 3 ) are necessary for DAS adjustment.
● Convergence Specification
● Convergence Rough Adjustment
1. Enter the white crosshatch signal (white lines on black).
2. Adjust roughly the horizontal and vertical convergence at
four-pole magnet.
3. Adjust roughly HMC and VMC at six-pole magnet.
Standard: ± 0.1mm (In the center of screen)
4. Make rough adjustment of the H direction convergence by
usig H. STAT VR (RV001 of A board).
XCV
B
MODE
All mode
A
0.30 mm
B
0.30 mm
A
Purity
4-pole Mg
4-pole Mg
6-pole Mg
● White Balance Adjustment Specification
(1) 9300K
x = 0.283 ± 0.005
y = 0.298 ± 0.005
(2) 5000K
x = 0.345 ± 0.005
y = 0.358 ± 0.005
YCH
TLV
TLH
Fig. 1
XBV
Fig. 2
R
B
● Vertical and Horizontal Position and Size
Specification
H. TILT
XCV
B
B
B
R
R
A
b
R
YBH
TLV
MODE
YCH
R
B
R
R
B
B
B
a
B
All mode
A
312 mm
B
234 mm
a ≤ 3.0 mm
b ≤ 2.5 mm
R
<6 Pole Magnet>
● Focus adjustment
Adjust the focus volume 1 and 2 for the optimun focus.
Tab A
Tab B
Adjust HMC
Fig. 3
Fig. 4
FOCUS 1
FOCUS 2
Adjust VMC
Fig. 5
4-2
SECTION 5
DIAGRAMS
5-1. BLOCK DIAGRAMS
5
15
10
4
14
9
3
13
8
2
12
7
1
11
6
SIGNAL IN
HD15
PIG-TAIL
CN311 3P WHT :S-MICRO
DDC SCL
DDC SDA
HOST GND
CN307 9P WHT :S-MICRO
HD
VD
GND
RED
R GND
GREEN
G GND
BLUE
B GND
CN309 7P WHT :S-MICRO
C BLK
SHRP1
BPCLP
C SYNC
V SYNC
GND
H SYNC
1
2
3
4
1
2
3
CN310 4P
WHT :S-MICRO
NC
DDC SCL
DDC SDA
HOST GND
CN305 8P
WHT :S-MICRO
+180V
+80V
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
IC006
RGB PRE AMP
IC001
OSD MIX
IC002
RGB-OUT
R1_IN
6
25
R_OUT
R_IN
8
5
R_OUT
7
4
R_OUT
R_IN
2
G1_IN
19
8
17
10
G_OUT
G_IN
22
9
18
11
3
G_OUT
B1_IN
R2_IN
7
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
B_OUT
B_IN
B_OUT
R_BLK
G_BLK
2
B_BLK
SCL
1
SDA
G2
R_OSD
16
BLK
G_OSD
B_OSD
11
CLAMP OSD_BLK
12
T_SW & LEVEL
13
CLAMP
14
SIGNAL_SW
1
2
3
4
5
6
INV.
Q004
CN301
9
10
4
5-2. CIRCUIT BOARDS LOCATION
5
28
IC005
G2 CUT OFF
IC004
RGB CUT OFF CONT
12
13
6
14
5
Note: The components identified by shading and mark
¡ are critical for safety. Replace only with part
number specified.
7
5
15
1
3
9
R_OUT
G_OUT
B_OUT
RIN
G_IN
B_IN
8
7
SOFT KILLER
Q001
VFLB OSD_BLK
13
SDA
B_OSD
14
SCL
G_OSD
15
R_OSD
HFLB
8
1.2KV
G2
B_OUT
B_IN
12
7
1
KG
1
3
2
10
+180V
NC
+80V
GND
H1
+12V
GND
STBY+5V
8
G_OUT
G_IN
KB
5
STBY+5V
H1
KR
IC003
OSD
CN306 6P WHT :S-MICRO
VRTRC
HRTRC
GND
IIC SCL
GND
IIC SDA
J001
+12V
21
1
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
A(VIDEO)
IC701
CONVERGENCE CONTROL
CN701 8P
WHT :S-MICRO
CY1 +
CY1 CY2 +
CY2 CY3 +
CY3 CY4 +
CY4 -
J
J(AUDIO)
16
RY601
SDA
SCL
RELAY
DRIVE
Q601
17
SDA
SCL
6
2
1
5
6
11
10
14
1
2
15
H_CONV OUT
14
IC702
CY AMP
7
V_CONV OUT
HD.IN
IC801
AUDIO OUT
5
DGC
CN601
3P
DGC2
NC
DGC1
3
TH601
2
1
2
3
4
VPOSIN
V_SIN
H_STATIC OUT
VREF OUT
V_STATIC OUT
8
6
3
5
4
12
LF602
LFT
F601
L
S601
D651
AC RECT
T601
SRT
IN
2
IC501
PWM CONT
AC IN
9
8
15
13
VC1
VC2
OUT1-
1
2
3
4
5
6
CN802 6P
WHT :S-MICRO
RET
R OUT
L OUT
R IN
-R OUT
L IN
CN1001
6P
RET
R OUT
L OUT
R IN
-R OUT
L IN
1
2
3
4
5
6
24
Device
23
+180V
J1002
AUDIO IN
D613
8
IC605
5V/12V REG
11
+80V
+15V
12
D614
13
Q602
3
D615
SWITCHING
CONVERTER
IC601
INPUT1,2 OUTPUT1
OUTPUT2
DISABLE
+12V
+5V
+5V-2
7
8
5-3. SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS AND
PRINTED WIRING BOARDS
L902
HEATER
4
20
19
18
D616
3
IC503
H CENT AMP
15
4
OUTPUT
-15V
L510
D617
7
5
16
3
CUR SENSE IN
D610
D611
5
LED DRV
(RED)
Q902
FOLD BACK IN
OVP
DEMAGIN
6
OUT
+IN
-IN
1
17
2
Note:
4
VDD
3
18
VSS
D654
LED DRV
(GREEN)
Q901
IC603
13
5
1
4
2
H CENT
Q506
E/A OUT
IC604 SENSOR
3
REG SW
Q604
1
D912
H CENT
Q518
L509
HLC1
H CENT SW
Q517
2
HV OUT
Q510
T505 HST
1
5
1
IC901
CPU
1
HV
2
7
DEGAUSS
KEY SCAN
LED R
47
LED G
15
REMOTE ON/OFF
H CENT
H CENT SW
L501
IC902 SYNC PROCESS
9
T503 DFT
BUFFER
Q505
DF AMP
Q504
1
RV501
HV ADJ
2
11
X902
THERMAL
L503
10
27
9
29
X5
TH501
FV
FOCUS
S CAP
CHANGE
Q512-516
8
9
2
15
5
14
E/W
D515
5
3
SDA
SCL
4
SDA
SCL
7
11
5
2
1
2
3
4
5
6
LOCK
IC900
1,2
SYNC
BUFFER
4
30
IC905 EEPROM
45
X901
24MHz
5
6
1
2
3
4
HV REG
Q503
12
V.DIV
10
V.SIN
17
C BLK
5
SHRP1
22
CLP
28
CSI
20
VSI1
H REG OUT
Q520
L502
12
V.DF
46
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
16
4
48
CN903 7P
WHT :S-MICRO
C BLANK
SHRP1
BP CLAMP
C SYNC
V SYNC
GND
H SYNC
CN901 4P
WHT
D GND
+5V
RXD
TXD
SDA
SCL
HSI1
OSC IN
44
OSC OUT
+5V
32
14
27
26
T504 HDT
H.FLY
HFB
17
H.OUT
HSO
PD3
VSO
CN902 10P
WHT :S-MICRO
DDC SCL 1
DDC SDA 2
HOST GND 3
4
NC
IIC DATA 5
6
GND
IIC CLK 7
8
GND
9
HRTRC
10
VRTRC
+5V-2
3
IN
4
6
1
8
H OUT
Q507
D524
26
H BLK
Q508
IC401 V OUT
28
+12V
CN501
6P :DY
H DY +
H DY +
H DY H DY V DY V DY +
H DY
V DY
V.IN
5
V.SAW
AUDIO
VFB
H DRIVE OUT
Q511
H DRIVE
Q501,502
H.IN
8
IC904 RESET
1
INV.
Q903
25
38
RDI
39
TDO
• All resistors are in ohms.
• f : nonflammable resistor.
• 5 : fusible resistor.
¢ : internal component.
•
• p : panel designation, and adjustment for repair.
• All variable and adjustable resistors have characteristic curve B,
unless otherwise noted.
e : earth-ground.
•
E : earth-chassis.
•
• The components identified by [ in this basic schematic diagram
have been carefully factory-selected for each set in order to
satisfy regulations regarding X-ray radiation.
Should replacement be required, replace only with the value
originally used.
• When replacing components identified by ] , make the
necessary adjustments indicated. (See page 3-1)
• When replacing the part in below table, be sure to perform the
related adjustment.
13
2
4
19
7
2
-IN
OUT
+IN
PUMP UP OUT
54
OUT
RESET
49
34
35
33
DDC SCL
DDC SDA
HOST GND
37
SDA
36
SCL
PA4
PA0-PA3
50-53
+180V
MUTE
Q522,523
23
ITA
HV
ABL
HEATER
ROTATION
D517
HEATER
+80V
18
16
HEATER SW
Q605,606
24
3
+12V
+5V-2
SDA
SCL
2
IC502
ROTATION
DRIVE
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
CN502 9P
WHT :S-MICRO
+180V
NC
+80V
NC
GND
H1
+12V
GND
+5V
4
D
5-2
9
0
!¡
Emitter
Cathode
Anode
Cathode
Diode
Anode
(NC)
Cathode
Diode
Anode
(NC)
Common
Diode
Anode
Diode
Cathode
Common
Anode
Cathode
Common
Diode
Anode
Anode
Common
Diode
Anode
Anode
Common
Diode
Cathode
Cathode
Common
Diode
Diode
!£
Transistor
(FET)
Cathode
Anode
Anode
Cathode
Drain
Cathode
Cathode
Anode
Anode
Source
Gate
D
Source
Gate
!¢
Transistor
(FET)
!∞
Transistor
(FET)
Source
Drain
Gate
Transistor
Emitter
Collector
Base
–
Drain
D
IC501, IC605, IC901, D517, C535, C540, C541,
C542, C544, C553, C554, C555, C558, C561, R545,
R546, R547, R548, R549, R550, R552, R564, R567,
RV501, T501 (FBT)
5-4
G
S
S
D
D
G
G
S
S
Discrete semiconductot
(Chip semiconductors that are not actually used are included.)
Part Replaced (])
5-3
Base
!™
!§
RV501 (HV ADJ)
POWER
DEFLECTION
Emitter
Collector
G
Part Replaced ([)
B-SS3431<AUS>-B/D
5-1
8
D BOARD
CN503 2P
2 ROTATION 1 ROTATION +
Diode
7
3
L508
HLC2
3
6
TO CRT
RELAY DRIVE
Q519
6
Base
Transistor
5
Pitch: 5 mm
Rating electrical power 1/4 W (CHIP : 1/10 W)
T501
FBT
BUFFER
Q521
RY500
FUNCTION
SW
CN510 1P
:MINI
1.2KV
Circuit
Terminal name
Collector
Transistor
2
4
• All capacitors are in µF unless otherwise noted. (pF: µµF)
Capacitors without voltage indication are all 50 V.
• Indication of resistance, which does not have one for rating
electrical power, is as follows.
2
D618
8
1
D
REF
6
14
5
*
Printed symbol
2
1,2
7
2
1
Terminal name of semiconductors in silk screen
printed circuit ( )
3
10
TH600
N
J1001
HEADPHONE
14
12
CN602
2P
THP600A
THP600
•
•
•
•
SPEAKER
All voltages are in V.
Readings are taken with a 10 M digital multimeter.
Readings are taken with a color-bar signal input.
Voltage variations may be noted due to normal production
tolerances.
* : Can not be measured.
Circled numbers are waveform references.
s : B + bus.
S : B – bus.
OUT
D612
9
G
16
OUT1
OUT2
13
9
IC802
+5V REG
CN600
VP
VI(1)
VI(2)
CN1002
2P
SPEAKER +
SPEAKER -
•
•
•
•
A
Ver.1.5
(1) Schematic Diagrams of D and J Boards
• D BOARD WAVEFORMS
IC801 TDA7053A
5
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
Q903
0.1
0.5
B
C
0.4
5.6
DDC 5VDET
IIC CLK
Q902
2SC3311A
LED DRIVE
R925
R927 4.7k
0
:CHIP
:CHIP
C935 C908
0.47 0.01
25V B:CHIP
F:CHIP C910
0.1
:PT
2
3
3 2
1
M
C618
100p
B
C615
0.001
:PT
R614
0.22
3W
:RS
TH600
5.1
300V
C606
0.0047
250V
E
R600
1
10W
3
D617
EGP20D
C623
1000
25V
C624
1000
16V
D618
EGP20D
C633
1000
16V
16
R624
0.12
17 1/4W
:RF
1
5
1
4
2
3
FB611
0UH
FB610
0UH
R604
560k 1/2W :RC
F601
4A
250V
FB609
0UH
35V
R581 C574 R454 C409
Q520
10
10k 0.01 10k
IRFI9620GSLF35 1/4W 250V :RN 25V
H REG OUT
:HDT
L606
0µH
1
8
2
7
C575
100
250V
FB506
0UH
3
Q511
IRFU110
H DRIVE
R513
R508 D501
220
100 RD12ES
2W
1/4W
C510
470p
500V
B
S
R509
22k
1/4W
6
R522
R517
47
2.2 1W :RS 1/4W
D525
HSS82
D516
3DL41A
FB504
0UH
C521
100p
2kV
:SL
C522
0.0022
100V
:PT
4
:RS
C502
0.01
:PT
C518
4300p
1.8kV
R518
2.2 1W :RS
D506
PG124S15
R586
2.2k
1/2W
1
5
2
4
3
180V
D605
HSS82
R626
220
1/4W
:RN
C607
470p
:PT
IC604
TL431CLP
SENSOR
R627
100k
1/4W
R635
1k
1/4W
R628
270k
1/4W
:RN
R636
1k
1/4W
Q606
DTC114ESA
HEATER SW
C625
0.022
:PT
R637
2.2
1W
:RS
C508
100
T505 25V
:HST
R516
100
1W
:RS
R577
12
2W
:RS
R698
3.9k
:RN
D623
1SS119
R630
4.7k
1/4W
:RN
FB656
0UH
R629
16k
:RN
R592
15 D512
2W 1SS119
:RS
12V
R502 R505
180k 10k
:RN-CP :CHIP
RV601
3.9k
:RN
Q604
DTC114ESA
REG SW
R511
1
1/4W
:FPRD
C644
47
25V
Q504
2SC3941A
DF AMP
Q505
2SA1309A
BUFFER
1
2
5V-2 12V
FB615
0UH
R595
100
1W
:RS
C517
0.01
:PT
80V 180V
D521
RGP02-17PKG23
FB613
0UH
G
CN502
9P
WHT
:S-MICRO
C503
0.01
B:CHIP
R507
2.7k
1/4W
:RN
S
C577
0.01
2kV
F
D509
RD10ES
Q503
2SJ449(1)
HV REG
R520
22 C519
1/4W 0.001
:FPRD 2kV
:PP
C526
2200p
500V
10
9
R534
100
1/4W
:FPRD
C583
0.1
R576
47k
1/4W
C573
4.7
250V
:HT
R565
330k
1/4W
:RN
L502
0µH
C569
0.1
:PT
D504
MTZJ-T-77-18
R578
27
1W
:RS
C514
0.91
200V
:PP
L506
470µH
3
10
HV
C532
0.47
100V
4
9
5
8
C505
22p
2kV
CN501
6P
:DY
20
19
A0
VCC
A1
A2
WC
B1
17
16
15
14
13
R
DP1
B4
R
CP1
CP2
R
R
CP3
R
R
R
R
R
B4
REF
R
SAW GEN1 AGC TYPE
SAW GEN2 NON AGC TYPE
2
3
4
5
6
7
9
8
10
11
C554
0.1
25V
B
R557
C548
18k
:CHIP 0.001
:PT
12
C561
0.001
B
C576 R583
47p 10k
CH :CHIP
R584
4.7k
:CHIP
13 16
C539
0.022
100V
R541
1k
1/4W
:RN
L510
3.3mH
H FLY
5 7
R538
10
3W
C580 :RS
0.01
:PT
4 10
C556
220p
:CHIP
CN512
1P
:TUB
R544
1M
1/4W
:RN
K
R560
15k
1/4W
:RN
FV
3
R579
SG501
14 13
C571
10
R575
68
1/2W
:FPRD
R574
10k
1/4W
R572
47k
1/4W
R594
1M
:RN
D511
RD6.2ES
B2
L505
2.2mH
C570
100
25V
C516
0.36
250V
:PP
C531
0.068
250V
:PP
12 12
R543
4.7
1/4W
:FPRD
C559
0.0047
:PT
R570
1k
1/4W
R571
33k
3W
:RS
D514
HSS82
FB503
0UH
R545
47k
:RN-CP
R546
33k
1/4W
:RN
D515
EGP10GPKG
R550
1.8k
1/4W
:RN
2
C540
0.01
630V
:PP
R510
22k
:CHIP
C529
0.047
400V
:PP
R549
82k
1/4W
:RN
4
R558
10k
1/4W
:RN
R559
2.7k
1/4W
R552
56k
1/4W
:RN
1
3
CN503
2P
2
1
L
ROTATIONROTATION+
R563
1.5
1/4W
:FPRD
IC502
LA6500-FA
ROTATION
DRIVE
C544
0.01
:PT
C542
10
C525
0.082
200V
:PP
C523
0.12
200V
5V-2
D517
RD27ES
Q517
2SC2611
H CENT
C547
1
:HT
R566
22
1W
:RS
C549
0.068
:PT
C541
4.7
R547
560k
1/4W
:RN
Q518
R562
12k
1/4W
:RN
R548
1.8k
:RN-CP
C535
0.01
:PT
7 5
C566
0.1
25V
F:CHIP
R573
220k
1/4W
RV501
100k
HV ADJ
11 11
5
C565
0.47
25V
B:CHIP
R540
200k
1/4W
:RN
FOCUS
15
4 220k
3
J
R568
47k
1/4W
9 8
R539
10
3W
:RS
H BLK
I
12V
15V
5
M
C513
10
:HT
ROTATION
-15V
D(POWER,DEFLECTION)
B-SS3431<AUS>-D..
12V
R515
1k
1/4W
:FPRD
R521
1k
1/4W
:FPRD
C512
0.01
B:CHIP
C507
0.3
400V
S
R525
1k
1/4W
:FPRD
R519
47k
:CHIP
Q514
IRLI530GLF33
S CAP CHANGE
C515
0.01
B:CHIP
S
R524
47k
:CHIP
Q513
IRLI540GLF33
S CAP CHANGE
S
C520
0.01
B:CHIP
R533
1k
1/4W
:FPRD
R523
47k
:CHIP
Q512
IRLI520GLF33
S CAP CHANGE
S
C536
0.01
B:CHIP
R536
1k
1/4W
:FPRD
R535
47k
:CHIP
Q515
IRLI520GLF33
S CAP CHANGE
R528
22k
1/4W
S
C538
0.01
B:CHIP
R537
47k
:CHIP
Q516
IRLI520GLF33
S CAP CHANGE
N
TH501
10K
R532
2.2
1/4W
:FPRD
GT001
GT002
O
CN510
1P
:MINI
TO A BOARD
CN301
H DY
D(j)boards l
5-6
18
B3
V DY
5-5
C557
22
B2
TO A BOARD
CN305
Schematic diagrams
H
5V
7
T503
D510
RGP02-17PKG23
21
C564 R553
C563
0.47 100k
16V :RN-CP
470p
B:CHIP
R551 B:CHIP
22k
1/4W
C550 L507
:RN
100 100µH
C551
16V
0.01
B:CP
1k
1/4W
:RN
10 9
Q519
2SC3311A
RELAY DRIVE
C530
0.12
200V
C511
0.3
200V
:PP
D508
2.2K
:RN
C543
100p
R591
:CH
22k
:RN-CP C585
470p
50V
16 14
FB502
0.45UH
R580 2SC3209LK
18k
H CENT
:RN-CP
R512
4.7
1/4W
D529
MA111
8 6
D513
MUR160
R587
1k
:CHIP
6
22
R569 C552
0
0.01
:CHIP B:CP
TO PICTURE TUBE R542
12
6
C528
0.01
2kV
R564 R567 C558
10k
47k
1
:CHIP :CHIP
S
IC503
LA6500-FA
H CENT AMP
C572
4.7
250V
D503
4.7K
:RN
HV
2 2
Q508
2SC3311A
BUFFER
23
D531 D530 R593 1
33k
MA111 MA111:RN-CP
T501
:FBT
1 1
12V
D527
RD5.1ES-TIB2
D519
1SS119
L508
HLC2
1
F
D520
RGP02-17EL-6433
C555
0.1
:PT
D523
D522
1SS119 1SS119
C527
0.01
250V
Q510
STP5NA80F1
HV OUT
D507
RD5.1ES
Q521
2SA1309A
HS OUT
R506
330k
1/4W
:RN
C504
330p
500V
12V
ROTATION
THERMAL
C524
100
250V
R455
270k
:RN
1
2
R585
1.0k
1/2W
C582 MUTE
10
10k
1/4W
L501
0µH
1
R590
22k
:RN -15V
C578
0.001
2kV
-15V :R
3
CN600
AC INLET
C560
0.36
250V
:PP
R530
82 3W :RS
R531
82
3W
:RS
12V
:DFT
N
MUTE
180V
C506
1
:HT
RY500
R589
4.7k
C501
10
R503
10k
:RN-CP
R501
100
1/4W
4
FB612
0UH
L G
5.6
C604
0.47
250V
:PP
FB614
0UH
Q523
2SA1309A R527
H CENT
6 4
L509
HCL1
6
R500
0.47
1/4W C509
:FPRD 100p
500V
B
D404
1SS119
4
5
R526
4.7k
1/4W
Q522
2SA1309A
R561
82 3W :RS
2
R620
22k 1/4W
C584
0.47 C562
25V 100
F:CHIP 16V
C546
220p
:CH
24
ABL
R410
12k
1/4W
:RN
C407
0.022
:PT
C579
22p
2kV
:SL
D518
RD10ES
FB505
JW(5)
D502
SB340L
-15V
R631
220
1/4W
:RN
C553
0.001
B
R556
47k
:RN-CP
ROTATION
D917
UDZ-5.6B
3
H CENT
V FLY
2
C545
0.022
B
IC501
µPC5021-109
PWM CONTROL
H BLK
R407
2.2k
1/4W
D403
1SS119
D402
RD4.7ES
S
VA601
FB608
0UH
VSS
4
C533
0.01
B:CHIP
Q506
D526 D528
1SS119JW(5) 2SA1309A
H CENT R514
R408
10k
:CHIP
C405
0.047
:PT
R411 R409
47k 6.8k
:RN-CP:RN-CP
R582
56
R453
10k 1/4W L503
:RN :FPRD 0mH
C408
4.7
LF602
:LFT
N
G
R554
150k
:RN-CP
22k
:CHIP
C404
C403 470
220 :HT 25V
:HT
R452
3.9k
:RN
180V
T504
7
D622
MTZJ-T-77- 8.2B
C637
0.1
C643
4700p
250V
C605
1
250V
:PP
S601
F
TO A BOARD
CN309
R952
3.3k
:CHIP
ABL
R402
330
1W
:RS
R529
10k
1/4W
:FPRD
11
C642
0.0047
250V
E
FB655
0UH
SCL
R937
C937 1k
47p :CHIP
CH:CHIP
C912
100
16V
CBLANK
SHRP1
BPCLAMP
CSYNC
VSYNC
GND
HSYNC
H-SYNC
THERMAL
R403
1.5
1/2W
:RN
6
D401
EGP10G
REMOTE ON/OFF
7
6
5
3
5
R451
15k
:RN
18
R625
0.12 D654
1/4W RD3.6ES
:RF
4
R404
8.2k
:RN-CH R406
:RN
12k
1/4W
:RN
R405
1.5
C406
1/2W
0.0047
:RN
:PT
1
2
4
V.DF
80V
R623
0.12 1/2W :RF
D611
HSS82
IC603
MOC8106TV
C612
0.0047
250V
E
15V
15
2
0.47
:FPRD
C401
470
25V R401
:HT 1.5
1/4W
:FPRD
14
4
3
C402
0.22
100V
:PT
L604
100µH
D610
EGP20D R616
R619
2.2k
1/4W
R601
JW(7.5)
C620
100 L60515V
0.12 D613
100V 0µH
1/2W EGP10G
:HT
12
C622
D614
470
FMN-G12S
25V
R622 R621 C621
:HT
13
0.12 0.12 1000 C632 R641
1/2W 1/2W 25V 470
10k
:FPRD :RF :HT 16V :FPRD
:HT
D615 UG4DL
D616 UG4DL
2
15V
2
R617
1k
1/4W
C617
0.0022
:PT
8
STBYLSET
DEMAGIN
R618
270
1/4W
:RN
R634
15k
1/4W
R633
10k
1/4W
1
CT
D601
GBU4JL
AC-RECT
CN602
2P
FB607 R615
0UH 180k
1/4W
1
-15V
5
4
3
6
SFTSTRT
FB619
0UH
THP600 1
THP600A 2
C613
10000p
630V
:PP
INPUT2
D505
ERB91-02TP1
3
D609
RB441QT
CLAMP E/AIN
IC601
MC44604
SW REG CONT
RY601
S
C627
470
16V
:HT
C628
100
25V
Q605
2SB1375
HEATER SW
D602
1SS119
R612
10
1/4W
D607
UF4007G23
GND
CUR SENSE IN
9
C616
470p
:PT
12V
VA600
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
C936
0.01
:PT
5V-2
H SYNC
BUFFER
H CENT SW
11 R639
DISABLE
INPUT1
C626
470
16V
:HT
IC401
LA7840L
V OUT
H BLK
8
5
C611
150p
2kV
4
E/AOUT
7
10
R603
68
1/4W
TH601
300V
:POS
FB902
100
IC904
PST600C
RESET
E
CN903
7P
WHT
:S-MICRO
R919
1k 1/4W
R935
100 1/4W
R938
100 1/4W
R936
100 1/4W
E/W
H FLY
10
FB605
0UH
5
13
12
E/AIN
OUTPUT
OVP
DGC2 1
NC 2
DGC1 3
8
ABL
C934
100
16V
1
D524 HSS82
9
6
R613
10k
1/4W
2
15
STBYMNG
FOLDBACK IN
11
C614
1
:MPS
FB618
0UH
7
5V-2
Q507
BU2527AX
H OUT
R609
47k
3W
Q602 FB604
2SK1507 0.45UH
VC
14
R638
3.9k C635
1/4W 0.01
:RN :PT
R642
C619 L603 100k
220 100µH 1W
250V
:RS
FB601
0.45UH
C634
330
35V
RREF
VCC
K
CN601
3P
6
IC900
TC7SET08FTE85L
12V
OUTPUT1
NC
180V
C654
100p
2kV
C636
0.47µF
50V
1
16
R611
10k
1/4W
HEATER
D621
FMC-26UA
7
DGC
12V 5V
OUTPUT2
GND
T601
:SRT
FB603
0.45UH
C630
0.1
:PT
FB616
0UH
C629
470p
250V
B
C610
390
400V
JW601
10MM
:CHIP
J
L
5
IC905
CAT24C08P
EEPROM
V FLY
C932
0.1
25V
B:CHIP
DEGAUSS
R605
0.1
1/2W
:RF
Q601
DTC143ESA-TP
RELAY DRIVE
1
SDA
SHRP1
21
20
19
18
17
16
Q901
2SC3311A
LED DRIVE
27
26
25
24
23
8
9
10
11
12
D928 UDZ-5.6B
29
28
2
3
4
5
6
7
V.DF
H BLK
E/W
V SAW
R730
33
1W
:RS
IC702
STK392-910A
CY AMP
C640
0.0047
250V
E
D606
RB441QT
2
S4
B
E
D914
D916
1SS119 1SS119
C931
470p
:CHIP
S0
4.5
3.8
13
14
15
13
12
11
9
8
JR801
0
:CHIP
I
R610
33k
3W
:RS
3
SHRP1
S1
B
E
15
S2
15.5
16.1
16.2
14
S3
B
C
E
13
S4
11.0
90.5
0.2
H-SYNC
IC901
CXD8692S-CXH
CPU
H BLK
3
G
D
S
12
L902
100µH
JW602
10MM
:CHIP
4
C911
0.01
:PT
V FLY
6.5
6.9
4.9
0
CSI
E/W
3.5
0
B
C
11
IC605
TDA8138A
5V/12V REG
4.8
5.3
1.6
385.0
0.1
VSS
HSO
DEGAUSS
0.4
11.8
G
D
S
D
H FLY
REMOTE ON/OFF
4.9
72.2
4.3
0
11.9
HSI1
H-USYNC
C
CN902
10P
WHT
:S-MICRO
R911
470
1/4W
H BLK
C909
2200
10V
TO A BOARD
CN306
D909
RD5.6ES
HOST GND
HEATER
0
72.0
B
C
VDD
B
D910
RD5.6ES
R729
2.2
1W
:RS
10
10
D930 UDZ-5.6B
D929 UDZ-5.6B
30
17
16
14
13
12
11
10
9
16
15
14
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
9
H
O
E
8
1.2KV 1
Q902
7
C711
0.1
:PT
1
2
3
4
5
6
Q901
6
DY+
DY+
DYDYDYDY+
Q652
5
H
H
H
H
V
V
Q651
VC2
0.4
24.9
5.3
5.8
B
C
4
HFB
VSO
TO A BOARD
CN310
V-SYNC
R805 R806 R801 C907
2.4k 47k
10k 10
:RN-CP :RN-CP :RN-CP
0.4
24.9
B
E
B
C
3
PC1
PD3
1k
:CHIP
Q502
2SA1309A
H OUT
5
OUT2+
0.4
26.2
182.2
74.7
B
E
2
5.0
0
G
D
R728
100
1W
:RS
C710
470
25V
1
Q606
B
C
1
PGND2
2
Q605
B
C
E
SGND
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
5.6
Q604
B
C
D804
MA111
D805
MA111
R632
PD4
V-USYNC
D925
MA111
R727
15k
1/4W
15V
-15V
R922
10k
:CHIP
DDCSCL
DDCSDA
HOST GND
NC
IICDATA
GND
IICCLK
GND
HRTRC
VRTRC
CSYNC
BPCLAMP
R719
15k
1/4W
C708
0.1
:PT
Q501
2SC3311A
H OUT
OUT2V1(2) N.C.
+5V
GND
+12V
H1
GND
NC
+80V
NC
+180V
B
Q602
G
D
D803
MA111
VP
L
4.6
4.3
Q601
G
D
R724
27
1W
C709:RS
470
25V
OUT1-
N
5
6
Q523
G
D
R803
100k
:CHIP
V1(1)
HEATER
29
Q501
5.0
Q522
0.4
25.5
C802
0.47
:MPS
R717
2.2
1W
:RS
R504
0.47
1/4W
:FPRD
DDC CLK
30
IC905
3
Q520
G
D
C803
0.47
:MPS
R718
100
1W
:RS
PGND1
C801
2200
10V
:HT
TO J BOARD
CN1001
N.C.
C567
100
16V
DDCSCL
R918
1k
1/4W
DDC CLK
CBLANK
D924
MA111
C568
0.01
B:CHIP
ITA
FB901
JW(5)
D908
1SS119
R917
15k
:CHIP
R916
15k
:CHIP
R958
47 :CHIP
LOCK
C918
10
R713
0.68
1W
:RS
DDC DATA
31
IC904
Q519
-10.9
-0.3
R802
100k
:CHIP
C707
100p
CH
IIC CLK
DDCSDA
32
0
2.4
5.0
5.0
2.5
0.1
0.6
3.8
5.0
5.0
3.8
0.1
Q518
G
D
D802
MA111
D801
MA111
N.C.
C706
100p
CH
SCL
CLP
33
1
2
3
4
5
6
10
11
12
13
14
15
4.7
4.6
4.4
3.9
5.9
5.0
4.4
4.9
6.5
4.6
0.5
0.4
5.4
10.4
1.9
0
5.0
4.5
4.0
4.6
5.0
0
0.4
Q517
8.8
73.5
1
2
3
4
5
6
VC1
R711
0.56
1W
:RS
VSI2
34
5.0
5.0
5.0
4.9
4.9
4.8
5.0
4.3
4.9
5.0
3.8
4.6
4.4
2
3
4
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
14
17
18
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
Q516
G
D
G
O 3
G
1
OUT1
IIC DATA
35
2
3
5
6
7
8
9
11
12
13
14
16
17
IC902
Q515
-0.6
74.6
-0.1
11.9
2 I
C804
0.1
25V
B:CHIP
N.CC
VSI1
R954
10k
:CHIP
D912
SPB-26MVWF
36
0
1.3
17.6
2.5
0.2
11.1
17.3
Q514
RET
R OUT
L OUT
R IN
-R OUT
L IN
3.7
4.9
B
E
G
D
1W
:RS
V-REF
VFB
IIC CLK
D907
1SS119
R953
10k
:CHIP
R910
330
1/4W
FB904
0UH
37
1
2
3
5
7
8
10
1.0
0
0
Q513
B
C
IC801
TDA7053A
AUDIO OUT
IC802
R804
µPC2405AHF 0.47
V-REF
R710
10k
1/4W
R716
33
1W
:RS
RXD
SDA
V FLY
S3
R914
100
1/4W
R957
47 :CHIP
D922
MA111
Q903 D923
2SC3311A
D603 H OUT MA111
RB441QT
C933
0.47
16V
B:CHIP
RDI
PB1
C904
0.47
16V
B:CHIP
C926
1000
16V
C925
0.01
B:CHIP
SYNC PROCESS
R707
10k
1/4W
R709
10k
1/4W
R712
33
1W
:RS
VCC
H.GND
IC902
CXA8071P
R708
10k
1/4W
TXD
HV
V-SYNC
12V
TDO
38
1
3
4
Q512
B
E
R933
1.5k
1/4W
F
CN802
6P
WHT
:S-MICRO
H.OUT
C927
0.01
B:CHIP
C924
22
NC
39
4.7
Q511
0.6
1.3
H.FLY
C921
470
16V
R931
2.2k
:RN-CP
C920
0.01
B:CHIP
C916
22
C917
0.01
B:CHIP
NC
40
3
Q510
B
E
AFC2
PB3
PB2
C928
0.01
B:CHIP
C923
470p
CH:CHIP
NC
41
2.4
6.1
Q508
1.3
*
0.7
H.DF
C922
1.0
C913
0.1
:PT
CLKOUT
PB4
42
1
3
4.7
1.5
2.8
3.6
0
4.7
0
0
0
4.7
3.9
2.2
3.8
-0.6
4.2
0.1
4.7
4.9
0
0
4.7
0.2
4.7
0.5
4.9
4.5
*
4.5
4.6
4.9
4.9
2.3
2.1
1.0
4.5
0.1
0.4
5.0
0.4
0.4
0.4
4.9
Q507
B
C
E
9V
D918
RD5.6ES
D919
RD5.6ES
43
IC702
7.2
6.1
1.8
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
9
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
30
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
Q506
183.0
73.1
V.DF
DELAY CAP
R934
10k 1/4W
S2
C915
22p CH
PB5
28
IC701
1
2
5
IC901
Q505
G
D
E
H.AGC
R.F/V
X901
24MHz
27
IC651
1.6
1.2
1.3
0.1
0.3
2.6
2.4
1.8
0
2.5
4.0
4.0
4.7
Q504
5.6
5.6
V.SIN
OSCOUT
R913
100
1/4W
D905
1SS119
S1
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
R912
1k
1/4W
IIC DATA
44
R929
4.7k
:CHIP
PB6
26
IC606
V.SIN
D902
MTZJT-775.6B
C930
0.01
:PT
OSCIN
R920
1k
:CHIP
45
VCO.FI
E/W
V-REF
PB7
25
IC605
3
5
6
7
8
10
11
13
14
16
1
2
4
Q503
B
E
46
REF
V.SAW
C914
22p CH
24
IC604
73.6
74.1
74.2
5.0
7.3
IC900
1.0
1.0
-1.6
1
2
4
IN
OUT
Q502
CBLK
23
IC603
1
2
4
IC802
0.8
2.3
4.9
2.3
0.8
2.4
2.4
2.5
VDD2
22
IC601
11.9
4.3
4.3
5.8
8.8
5.1
0.1
8.3
4.5
5.8
5.8
5.8
6.0
11.3
7.7
8.9
7.0
4.3
4.3
4.3
2
4
5
6
8
9
13
16
LED GREEN
21
IC503
1
2
3
4
5
6
8
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
18
19
20
22
23
24
IC801
PA6
20
IC502
*
14.2
1.6
1.6
-13.8
Pin No. Voltage [V]
VSS2
19
IC501
2
3
4
5
7
Pin No. Voltage [V] Ref.
Ref.
LED RED
18
IC401
Pin No. Voltage [V]
PA5
17
Ref.
DA8
16
V.SIN
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
PA4
15
E/W
CN701
8P
WHT
:S-MICRO
CY4CY4+
CY3CY3+
CY2CY2+
CY1CY1+
DA7
47
AFC1
V.AGC
L901
100µH
C715
470
16V
10
• D BOARD VOLTAGE LIST
D GND
+5V
RXD
TXD
CN901
4P
WHT
R906
10k
:CHIP
R909
2.2k
:CHIP
R908
2.2k
:CHIP
S0
S4
7
MP
R948
33k
1/4W
:RN
PA3
5V-2
C905
0.068
:PP
V SAW
R706
4.7k
1/4W
DA6
14
R947
6.8k
:RN-CP
S907
D
H-USYNC
12V
C705
0.1
:PT
A_VCC
H.PH.FI
PA2
13
V_STATICOUT
RESET
V.OSC
C906
1.0
:MPS
D704
1SS119
C704
220p
CH
C703
0.22
:MPS
H-AGC_CAP
H.IN
PA1
DA5
V-USYNC
DEGAUSS
V.GND
DA4
12
R946
2.7k
1/4W
:RN
H_STATICOUT
V.DIV
SHRP1
48
R705
4.7k
1/4W
MUTE
9
R704
10k
1/4W
:RN
H-SAW_CAP
SCL
R951
100
:CHIP
49
C714
390pF
CH:CHIP
V_REFIN
V.CONVOUT
V.IN
X902
D934
UDZ-5.6B
D933
UDZ-5.6B
D932
UDZ-5.6B
D931
UDZ-5.6B
11
H_CONVOUT
R945
1.5k
1/4W
:RN
S906
R904
1k
1/4W
D901
1SS119
D906
1SS119
RESET
10
HD.IN
C702
10
MENU
S905
C713
2200
10V
SDA
PA0
9
R944
1k
:RN-CP
S904
AUDIO IN
C903
0.01
B:CHIP IIC CLK
RESET
DA3
8
FB1007
0
5V
X5
LOCK
DA2
50
C712
0.1
:PT
D_VCC
VREF OUT
J1002
SPEAKER
15
4
CONT-
1
1
V_DF
R915
4.7k
:CHIP
IIC DATA
C902
470
16V
H.CENT
D920
RB441QT-77
6
R703
270
1/2W
C701
0.1
25V
B:CHIP
SDL
FB1006
0
SPEAKER+ 1
SPEAKER- 2
D701
RD5.6ES
VPOSIN
ROTATION
51
S903
SCL
C938
100p
CH
D.GND
D VCC
IR
52
C1003
JW(5)
R1003 R1004
120
120 FB1005
0
R907
100
1/2W
DA1
53
FB1004
0
D_GND
V_SIN
2
BRIGHT
3
HEADPHONE
AUDIO
54
R941
470
:RN-CP
R942
470
1/4W
:RN
R943
680
:RN-CP
J1001
LOCK
C901
0.47
16V
B:CHIP
TEST
55
A_GND
DA0
7
FB1003
0
C1002 R1002
100
68
16V
R924
3.6k
:RN-CP
6
S902
8
14
1
2
3
4
CXA8070P
CONVERGENCE CONTROL
CONT+
18
FB1002
0
CN1002
2P
6.0 Vp-p (24MHz)
12
22
IC701
5
7
S901
4
4.0 Vp-p (H)
FB1001
0
3
TEMPERATURE
PROTECTION
8.0 Vp-p (H)
R1001
68
5V-2
56
B
C1001
100
16V
1
2
3
4
5
6
B-SS3430<J..>-J..
1 3 11 15
R903
1k
1/4W
TXD
R940
2.7k
1/4W
:RN
2
R ET
R OUT
L OUT
R IN
-R OUT
L IN
TO D BOARD
CN802
2.0 Vp-p (V)
7
21
RXD
DDC 5VDET
5V
(AUDIO IN , HEADPHON)
1
6
5
13
1+1
20
5V
5V-2
C929
0.001
B:CHIP
J
CN1001
6P
5
50.0 Vp-p (V)
C
6
19
IIC DATA
6
120 Vp-p (H)
4
1-1
18
KEY SCAN
7
2
+
STABILAZER
17
IIC CLK
800 Vp-p (H)
Vref
16
3
2
16
1-1
15
A
8
4
14
A
KEY SCAN
1+1
13
22
• D BOARD
1
5-7
5-8
J
— J BOARD —
AUDIO IN
HEADPONE
• D BOARD SEMICONDUCTOR LOCATION
IC
IC401
IC501
IC502
IC503
IC601
IC603
IC604
IC605
IC701
IC702
IC801
IC802
IC900
IC901
IC902
IC904
IC905
Q901
Q902
Q903
C–3
E–1
A–2
C–5
B–4
B–3
B–3
C–3
E–2
E–4
B–1
A–1
C–1
C–1
D–1
C–1
B–1
D–1
D–1
C–6
E–6
E–2
A–1
D–5
C–4
C–7
C–6
D–2
E–3
D–3
D–2
D–2
A–2
A–2
D–2
C–4
D–3
E–2
E–1
C–5
A–4
B–2
B–2
B–2
A–5
–
–
–
DIODE
TRANSISTOR
Q501
Q502
Q503
Q504
Q505
Q506
Q507
Q508
Q510
Q511
Q512
Q513
Q514
Q515
Q516
Q517
Q518
Q519
Q520
Q521
Q522
Q523
Q601
Q602
Q604
Q605
Q606
Q652
C–2
C–2
D–1
*
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
1
D401
D402
D403
D404
D501
D502
D504
D505
D506
D507
D509
D510
D511
D512
D513
D514
D515
D516
D517
D518
D519
D520
D521
D522
D523
D524
D525
D526
D527
D529
D530
D531
D601
D602
D603
D605
D606
D607
D609
D610
D611
D613
D614
D615
C–3
C–3
C–2
C–3
C–6
D–5
C–7
D–4
D–5
B–1
C–6
D–6
C–4
D–3
C–6
E–5
E–7
D–6
E–7
C–4
D–3
D–7
D–7
E–1
E–1
C–4
C–4
A–1
C–4
E–1
E–2
E–1
B–6
B–5
D–2
B–2
B–5
A–4
B–4
B–4
B–4
B–3
A–3
A–3
*
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
3
3
3
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
D616
D617
D618
D621
D622
D623
D654
D704
D801
D802
D803
D804
D805
D901
D902
D905
D906
D907
D908
D909
D910
D912
D914
D916
D917
D918
D919
D920
D922
D923
D924
D925
D928
D929
D930
D931
D932
D933
D934
POWER
DEFLECTION
— D BOARD —
A–3
A–2
A–3
B–3
B–3
B-2
B–3
E–2
A–1
A–1
A–1
A–1
A–1
B–1
C–2
B–1
B–1
B–1
B–1
B–1
B–1
A–1
D–2
C–1
C–1
B–1
D–1
D–2
D–1
D–1
C–2
C–1
C–2
C–2
C–2
C–2
C–2
C–2
C–2
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
3
3
3
3
3
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
3
–
–
–
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
VARIABLE
RESISTOR
RV501
(d)
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
A
B
C
E–7
CRYSTAL
X901
X902
C–1
D–2
*: Refer to Terminal name of semiconductors in silk
screen printed circuit (see page 5-4)
D
E
NOTE:
The circuit indicated as left contains high voltage of over
600 Vp-p. Care must be paid to prevent an electric shock in
inspection or repairing.
5-9
Schematic diagram
A
5-10
5-11
board
l
8
9
10
11
12
A(VIDEO)
14
15
1
3
5
8
9
10
11
51.6
51.0
48.0
2.3
2.3
11.8
2.2
1
2
3
5
7
8
10
11
0.4
1.5
1.5
4.4
4.6
4.4
0
0.1
IC005
5
6
7
3.7
3.7
10.6
1
3
5
7
12
13
14
17
19
21
3.5
3.5
3.5
3.4
0
0.1
0.2
1.8
1.7
1.7
B
C
E
11.4
526.0
10.9
Q004
B
C
-1.8
4.4
J001
KR
KG
KB
G2
H1
65.0
65.0
65.0
525.0
6.2
IC006
Q001
B_IN
VBIAS
G_IN
R_IN
GND3
VCC
R_OUT
GND2
G_OUT
GND1
B_OUT
1
C104
0.1
25V
B:CHIP
R211
47
:FPRD
R111
47
:FPRD
FB101
0UH
C014
47
100V
:HT
C204
0.1
25V
B:CHIP
11
G2 10
8
9
R311
47
:FPRD
FB201
0UH
9
C035
470p
2kV
B
FB301
0UH
D304
HSS82
D104
HSS82
G
D305
HSS82
C304
0.1
25V
B:CHIP
16
TO D BOARD
CN902
5 - 10 PIN
H
D306
HSS82
D206
HSS82
D106
HSS82
FB310
0UH
B_OUT
G_OUT
R_OUT
4
VIP
3
VCC
B_IN
GND
G_IN
2
FB003
22UH
L201
0.47µH
R133
470
R251
100
1/2W
:RC
17FRSM [EQ model]
FB210
0UH
5
6
7
8
9
FB110
0UH
C054
0.1
250V
:MPS
7
L101
R309 0.47µH
1M
:CHIP
R151
100
1/2W
:RC
MCLK
R209
1M
:CHIP
R109
1M
:CHIP
11
SS
R207
5.6k
:CHIP
R307
5.6k
:CHIP
R029
120k
:CHIP
R045
2.2k
:CHIP
STBY+5V
R014
100
:CHIP
C092
0.1
25V
B:CHIP
C305
0.1
25V
B:CHIP
C022
47
25V
C205
0.1
25V
B:CHIP
C105
0.1
25V
B:CHIP
R053
22M
:RN
R208
6.8k
:CHIP
C029
0.1
25V
B:CHIP
Q001
2SC5022
SPOT KILLER
R108
6.8k
:CHIP
R308
6.8k
:CHIP
IC005
NJM4558M
G2 CUT-OFF
CONTROL
OUT
VCC
GND
4
1
9
STBY+5V
FB011
0UH
FB006
0UH
C016
470
16V
FB012
0UH
R046
100k
:CHIP
R047
10k
:CHIP
FB013
0
:CHIP
C001
1000p
500V
C002
0.1
200V
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
STBY+5V
R021
100 :CHIP
CHARACTER ROM(240+16)
12×18 MATRIX
7
12×3
HORD
E
CHAR
CWS
PWM CLK
10 BITS SHIFT
REGISTERS
BSEN
SHADOW
X32B
X64
54
BACKGROUND
GENERATOR
STBY+5V
GND
+12V
H1
GND
+80V
NC
+180V
W
3
WCOLOUR
and CONTROL
15
CCOLOURS
and SELECT
13
COLOUR ENCODER
14
13
12
F
11
• A BOARD WAVEFORMS
1
G
3
2
H
TO D BOARD
CN502
Q004
2SC2412K
BUFFER
R052
10k
:CHIP
4
LP
CN305
8P
WHT
:S-MICRO
C027
0.01
B:CHIP
FL002
0UH
R051
1k
:CHIP
HORIZONTAL
CONTROL
and PLL
SC CCLK
CHS
CRADDR 8
15
R031
1k
:CHIP
+12V
3
2
5
D
16
C090
0.01
B:CHIP
EMI
+
R049
100k
:CHIP
C028
47
25V
CHS
8
VERD
6
CH
CCOLOURS
and SELECT
CWS
VERTICAL
CONTROL
CIRCUIT
HPOL
FB005
0UH
FB001
0UH
FB004
0UH
12
R107
5.6k
:CHIP
OSD_BLK
13
NROW
10
Z 32
ROW
BUFFER
R 4
CN303
1P :TUB
D014
1SS119
CH
OSD EN
SHADOW
BSEN
X32B
X64
VPOL
HPOL
WADDR
WCOLOUR
and
CONTROL
54
32 Y
C
VERD
6
15
RDATA 8
BUS ARBITATION
LOGIC
VPOL
CN302
1P :TUB
R033
15k
:CHIP
R210
220k
:RN R110
220k
:RN
HORD
8
and DATA
MANAGEMENT
8 DATA
9 AOR
9 ADDRC
DATA RECEIVER
MBUS/SPI
RFG
3
R032 C053
3.9k 0.1
:CHIP 25V
B:CHIP
R310
220k
:RN
IC003 CXD8688P
DISPLAY
MEMORY
7
8
6
2
4
HFLB
VFLB
R006
100
:CHIP
17FRFM [AUS model]
*V901
CONTOLR
REGISTORS
1
R106
10k
:CHIP
B_OSD
R018
100
:CHIP
R351
100
1/2W
:RC
5
R206
10k
:CHIP
13
VDDA
SCL
R020
100 :CHIP
TO D BOARD
CN510
• A BOARD
6
R306
10k
:CHIP
G_OSD
C047
47
25V
FB009
0UH
B
1.2KV
SG201 SG101
7
15
R_OSD
RP
C046 R005
0.01 470k
B:CHIP :CHIP
R025
4.7k
:CHIP
1
C018
10
200V
14
R003
5.6k
:CHIP
VDD
FB010
0UH
1
R048
2.2M
1W
:RN
7
R009
100k
1W
L301
0.47µH
R233
470
C106
0.1
250V
:MPS
D105
HSS82
IC004
TDA6103Q
RGB CUT-OFF
CONTROL
10
C044
R004 0.068
1.8k 25V
:CHIP
B
FB007
JW(5)
6
5
4
3
2
1
5
8
C031
C206
0.1
250V
:MPS
D205
HSS82
VSS
VCO
R017
100
:CHIP
IICSDA
GND
IICSCL
GND
HRTRC
VRTRC
CN301
16
VSSA
SDA
CN306
6P
WHT
:S-MICRO
HV
KR
4
R333
470
INT
TO D BOARD
CN903
KR
R064
10k
1/2W
:RC
SG301
C013
47
16V
IC003
CXD8688P
OSD
C042
0.1
R002
25V
1.5k B:CHIP
:CHIP
F
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
7 KG
6
KB KR G2 G4
KG G1 GM
H3
6
+80V
C306
0.1
250V
:MPS
R_IN
C050
0.1
25V
B:CHIP
L002
470µH
HSYNC
GND
VSYNC
CSYNC
BPCLP
SHRP1
CBLK
8 7
MCLK
OSD.BLK
B_OSD
D204
HSS82
C011
0.1
100V
15
13
R054
2.2k
:CHIP
STBY+5V
CLAMP
14
B2_IN
T_SW&LEVEL
BLK
G_OSD
1
GND
R043
0 :CHIP
EMI
CN309
7P
WHT
:S-MICRO
3
4
5
9 G2
WADDR
B_GND
6
2.5
2.5
2.5
2.5
87.4
91.5
91.1
28
R_OSD
7
1
2
3
5
7
8
9
2
27
B_OUT
2
10
G2_IN
SIGNAL_SW
C051
47
25V
3
GND
C049
0.01
B:CHIP
9
IC004
0.2
0.1
0.1
0
26
24
23
CLAMP
SYNC_CAP
6
FL001
0UH
12
13
14
15
3
8
C004
0.01
B:CHIP
8
IC003
4
22
20
19
DEFF.
S/H_B
18
VCC2
B_IN
17
R2_IN
VCC
9
B_OUT
C302
0.1
25V
B:CHIP
5
IC003
4.6
4.5
1.8
1.8
2.1
3.4
3.4
2.9
3.4
0.1
0
0.1
0.1
0.2
1.0
2.3
8.7
2.3
8.6
2.2
8.7
1.0
3.8
5
21
G_GND
G_IN
10
VCC
8
IC002
1
2
3
4
5
6
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
18
19
22
23
25
26
27
28
6
PICTURE
TUBE
H
1
G1
H1 2
1.0 Vp-p (H)
4
4.0 Vp-p (H)
1.2 Vp-p (H)
6
5
H
C005
1000p
B:CHIP
H
4.0 Vp-p (H)
TO D BOARD
CN902
1 - 4 PIN
I
HOSTGND
DDCSDA
DDCSCL
NC
4
3
2
1
B-SS3430<J..>-A..
7
4.0 Vp-p (H)
1.0 Vp-p (H)
8
9
I
CN310
4P
WHT
:S-MICRO
50.0 Vp-p (H)
CN311
3P
WHT
:S-MICRO
50.0 Vp-p (H)
50.0 Vp-p (H)
DDCSCL 1
DDCSDA 2
HOSTGND 3
IC001
7
25
1
2
4
G_OUT
+5V
11
VCC
R007
100 :CHIP
Pin No. Voltage [V]
8
C009
47
25V
R024
4.7k
:CHIP
Ref.
S/H_G
12
B1_IN
11
C019
0.1
9
+12V
5
9
D
Pin No. Voltage [V]
R_IN
8
G_OUT
18
C311
15p
CH:CHIP
C048
0.01
B:CHIP
Ref.
R_GND
7
C202
0.1
25V
B:CHIP
19
GND
17
R312
47
:CHIP
10
J001
1
13
KB
4
R026
10k
:CHIP
• A BOARD VOLTAGE LIST
5
22
21
GND
20
G1_IN
3
D003
RD5.6ES
E
R_OUT
B_BKG
6
3
R212
47
:CHIP
D001
RD5.6ES
G_BKG
2
4
SIGNAL IN
HD15
PIG-TAIL
R_OUT
C102
0.1
25V
B:CHIP
1
C211
10p
CH:CHIP
R016
10k
:CHIP
6
C
D101
1SS226
FL101 C101
0.1
JW(5) 25V
B:CHIP
GND
R112
47
:CHIP
GND
16
11
EMI
S/H_R
R_BKG
11
C055
R204
0.1
68
R304
C015 :CHIP R104100V
68
0.1
:CHIP
68
25V
:CHIP
B:CHIP
19
* V901
12
G3
SG001
R1_IN
15
7
1
R101
75
:RN
C111
15p
CH:CHIP
FL201
JW(5)
14
12
EMI
IC006
CXA2093S
RGB INPUT SELECT
13
2
R201
75
:RN
D201
1SS226
C201
0.1 25V B:CHIP
C_SYNC
SCL
RCV
12
13
8
EMI
3
3
R301
75
:RN
1
14
9
5
4
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
2
BGND
BLUE
GGND
GREEN
RGND
RED
GND
VD
HD
6
B
15
10
7
5
D301
1SS226
C301
0.1
25V
B:CHIP
FL301
JW(5)
G2
SDA
18
RCV
11
10
CN307
9P
WHT
:S-MICRO
17
A
IC002
LM2405T
RGB OUT
IC001
CXA2055P
RGB PRE-AMP
16
+80V
A
13
BLACKEDGE
7
LUMINANCE
6
OSD EN
5
DHQR
4
+180V
3
+12V
(2) Schematic Diagram of A Board
2
4
1
J
J
5-12
5-13
5-14
A
VIDEO
— A BOARD —
1
2
3
A
B
C
NOTE:
The circuit indicated as left contains high voltage of over
600 Vp-p. Care must be paid to prevent an electric shock in
inspection or repairing.
• A BOARD SEMICONDUCTOR LOCATION
IC
IC001
IC002
IC003
IC004
IC005
IC006
DIODE
B–1
A–2
C–2
A–3
B–3
C–1
TRANSISTOR
Q001
Q004
C–3
C–2
*
–
1
D001
D003
D014
D101
D104
D105
D106
D201
D204
D205
D206
D301
C–2
C–1
C–3
C–1
A–2
A–2
A–2
C–1
A–2
A–2
A–2
C–1
*
D304
D305
D306
A–2
A–2
A–3
–
–
–
–
–
–
6
–
–
–
6
–
–
6
6
*: Refer to Terminal name of semiconductors in silk
screen printed circuit (see page 5-4)
5-15
5-4.
SEMICONDUCTORS
5-16
5-17
CPD-200GS
SECTION 6
EXPLODED VIEWS
• Items with no part number and no
description are not stocked because they
are seldom required for routine service.
• The construction parts of an assembled
part are indicated with a collation number
in the remark column.
• Items marked " * " are not stocked since
they are seldom required for routine
service. Some delay should be
anticipated when ordering these items.
The components identified by shading
and mark ¡ are critical for safety.
Replace only with part number specified.
6-1. CHASSIS
r
p
p
7-685-648-79
7-685-663-71
7-685-881-09
+BVTP 3X12
+BVTP 4X16
+BVTT 4X8
19
15
32
14
13
33
23
12
34
35
11
6
4
13
8
10 22
9
25
26
5
24
7
21
17
20
27
18
3
2
1
16
28
29
36
30
31
REF.NO. PART NO.
1
2
3
4
4
DESCRIPTION
REMARK
REF.NO. PART NO.
X-4035-266-1
3-653-339-01
4-061-991-01
¡ 8-738-728-81
BEZEL ASSY
2, 3
SPRING, COMPRESSION
BUTTON, POWER
ITC ASSY (17FRFM-RS2) [AUS model]
5-8
¡ 8-738-735-81 ITC ASSY (17FRSM-R1) [CH model]
5
5
6
7
8
¡ 8-738-728-05 PICTURE TUBE (17FRFM) [AUS model]
¡ 8-738-735-05 PICTURE TUBE (17FRSM) [CH model]
9
10
11
12
13
* 8-933-301-00
* 4-050-329-01
* 4-047-316-01
¡ 1-416-282-11
* 4-056-260-01
A BOARD, COMPLETE
CUSHION (A)
SPRING, TENSION
COIL, DEMAGNETIC
SPACER, DEGAUSSER COIL
14
15
16
17
4-365-808-01
4-061-989-01
* 8-933-309-00
¡ X-4035-481-1
SCREW (5), TAPPING
CABINET
D BOARD, COMPLETE
TRANSFORMER ASSY, FLYBACK
(NX-4400//J1L4)
4-040-897-01 SPACER, DY
¡ 8-451-490-11 DEFLECTION YOKE (Y17FRJ3-M)
¡ 1-452-912-11 NECK ASSY, PICTURE TUBE (NA-2914)
6-1
DESCRIPTION
REMARK
18
19
19
20
21
1-543-793-11
* 4-062-773-01
* 4-064-769-01
* 4-045-130-01
* 4-045-131-01
FILTER, CLAMP (FERRITE CORE)
LABEL, INFORMATION [AUS model]
LABEL, INFORMATION [CH model]
BRACKET, CABLE
STOPPER, CABLE
22
23
24
25
26
* 1-782-837-11
3-704-372-01
1-505-755-11
* 8-933-303-00
4-061-988-01
CABLE ASSY (15P D SUB CONNECTOR)
HOLDER, HV CABLE
SPEAKER (4.5CM)
J BOARD, COMPLETE
COVER, CABLE
27
28
29
30
31
4-061-987-01
4-060-340-01
4-061-994-01
X-4035-088-1
* 4-061-996-01
CHASSIS, BRACKET
STOPPER (A)
SLIDER
BASE ASSY, STAND
CUSHION
32
33
34
35
36
4-308-870-00
1-452-032-00
1-452-094-00
4-059-493-01
* 4-045-471-01
CLIP, LEAD WIRE
MAGNET, DI SC; 10mmφ
MAGNET, ROTATABLE DISK;15mmφ
PERMALLOY (90), CONV. CORRECT
LABEL, ENERGY STAR
31
CPD-200GS
6-2. PACKING MATERIALS
The components identified by shading
and mark ¡ are critical for safety.
Replace only with part number specified.
55 56 57 58
51
52
54
53
REF.NO. PART NO.
51
52
53
54
54
* 4-061-802-01
* 4-041-927-31
* 4-061-803-01
* 4-062-113-01
* 4-061-801-01
DESCRIPTION
REMARK
REF.NO. PART NO.
CUSHION (UPPER)(ASSY)
BAG, POLYETHYLENE
CUSHION (LOWER)(ASSY)
INDIVIDUAL CARTON [AUS model]
INDIVIDUAL CARTON [CH model]
55
56
57
58
6-2
DESCRIPTION
REMARK
¡ 1-558-481-12 CORD, POWER (10A/125V)
3-861-541-11 MANUAL, INSTRUCTION
1-778-967-21 ADAPTOR, CONVERSION (for MAC)
4-056-722-08 MONITOR INFORMATION DISK
(WINDOWS 95, 3.5")
CPD-200GS
SECTION 7
A
ELECTRICAL PARTS LIST
REF.NO. PART NO.
NOTE:
REMARK identified
REF.NO.
NO.
The components
byPART
[ in this
manual have been carefully factoryselected for each set in order to satisfy
regulations regarding X-ray radiation.
Should replacement be required, replace
only with the value originally used.
DESCRIPTION
The components identified by shading
and mark ¡ are critical for safety.
Replace only with part number specified.
When indicating parts by reference number,
please include the board name.
REF.NO. PART NO.
• All variable and adjustable resistors have
characteristic curve B, unless otherwise
noted.
DESCRIPTION
The components identified by shading
and mark ¡ are critical for safety.
Replace only with part number specified.
DESCRIPTION
RESISTORS
• All resistors are in ohms
• F : nonflammable
• Items marked " * " are not stocked since
they are seldom required for routine
service. Some delay should be
anticipated when ordering these items.
• CAPACITORS
MF : µF
• COILS
UH : µH
REF.NO. PART NO. DESCRIPTION
REMARK
* 8-933-301-00 A BOARD, COMPLETE
****************************
4-382-854-11 SCREW (M3X10), P, SW (+) (IC002, IC004)
<CAPACITOR>
REMARK
C111
C201
C202
C204
1-102-937-00 CERAMIC
4PF
1-164-004-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.1MF
1-164-004-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.1MF
1-164-004-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.1MF
0.25PF 50V
10% 25V
10% 25V
10% 25V
C205
C206
C301
C302
C304
1-164-004-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.1MF
1-137-528-11 FILM
0.1MF
1-164-004-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.1MF
1-164-004-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.1MF
1-164-004-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.1MF
10%
10%
10%
10%
10%
C305
C306
C311
1-164-004-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.1MF
1-137-528-11 FILM
0.1MF
1-102-937-00 CERAMIC
4PF
10% 25V
10% 250V
0.25PF 50V
C001
C002
C004
C005
C009
1-162-318-11
1-104-999-11
1-164-232-11
1-163-009-11
1-104-664-11
CERAMIC
0.001MF
MYLAR
0.1MF
CERAMIC CHIP 0.01MF
CERAMIC CHIP 0.001MF
ELECT
47MF
10%
10%
10%
10%
20%
500V
200V
50V
50V
25V
C011
C013
C014
C015
C016
1-106-220-00
1-107-909-11
1-107-932-11
1-164-004-11
1-128-528-11
MYLAR
0.1MF
ELECT
47MF
ELECT
47MF
CERAMIC CHIP 0.1MF
ELECT
470MF
10%
20%
20%
10%
20%
100V
16V
100V
25V
16V
C018
C019
C022
C027
C028
1-107-652-11
1-137-399-11
1-104-664-11
1-164-232-11
1-104-664-11
ELECT
10MF
FILM
0.1MF
ELECT
47MF
CERAMIC CHIP 0.01MF
ELECT
47MF
20%
5%
20%
10%
20%
200V
50V
25V
50V
25V
C029
C031
C035
C042
C044
1-164-004-11
1-517-499-21
1-162-134-11
1-164-004-11
1-164-344-11
CERAMIC CHIP 0.1MF
GAP, SPARK
CERAMIC
470PF
CERAMIC CHIP 0.1MF
CERAMIC CHIP 0.068MF
10% 25V
10% 2KV
10% 25V
10% 25V
C046
C047
C048
C049
C050
1-164-232-11
1-104-664-11
1-164-232-11
1-164-232-11
1-164-004-11
CERAMIC CHIP 0.01MF
ELECT
47MF
CERAMIC CHIP 0.01MF
CERAMIC CHIP 0.01MF
CERAMIC CHIP 0.1MF
10%
20%
10%
10%
10%
50V
25V
50V
50V
25V
D001
D003
D014
D101
D104
8-719-109-89 ZENER DIODE RD5.6ESB2
8-719-109-89 ZENER DIODE RD5.6ESB2
8-719-911-19 DIODE 1SS119-25
8-719-800-76 DIODE 1SS226
8-719-970-83 DIODE HSS82
C051
C053
C054
C055
C090
1-104-664-11
1-164-004-11
1-137-528-11
1-104-503-12
1-164-232-11
ELECT
47MF
CERAMIC CHIP 0.1MF
FILM
0.1MF
CERAMIC CHIP 0.1MF
CERAMIC CHIP 0.01MF
20%
10%
10%
10%
10%
25V
25V
250V
100V
50V
D105
D106
D201
D204
D205
8-719-970-83 DIODE HSS82
8-719-970-83 DIODE HSS82
8-719-800-76 DIODE 1SS226
8-719-970-83 DIODE HSS82
8-719-970-83 DIODE HSS82
C092
C101
C102
C104
C105
1-164-004-11
1-164-004-11
1-164-004-11
1-164-004-11
1-164-004-11
CERAMIC CHIP 0.1MF
CERAMIC CHIP 0.1MF
CERAMIC CHIP 0.1MF
CERAMIC CHIP 0.1MF
CERAMIC CHIP 0.1MF
10%
10%
10%
10%
10%
25V
25V
25V
25V
25V
D206
D301
D304
D305
D306
8-719-970-83 DIODE HSS82
8-719-800-76 DIODE 1SS226
8-719-970-83 DIODE HSS82
8-719-970-83 DIODE HSS82
8-719-970-83 DIODE HSS82
C106
1-137-528-11 FILM
0.1MF
REMARK
25V
250V
25V
25V
25V
<CONNECTOR>
CN301 1-506-108-41 PIN, CONNECTOR (TERMINAL PIN)
CN302 1-695-915-11 TAB (CONTACT)
CN303 1-695-915-11 TAB (CONTACT)
CN305*1-564-511-11 PLUG, CONNECTOR 8P
CN306*1-564-509-11 PLUG, CONNECTOR 6P
CN307*1-564-512-11 PLUG, CONNECTOR 9P
CN309*1-564-510-11 PLUG, CONNECTOR 7P
CN310*1-564-507-11 PLUG, CONNECTOR 4P
CN311*1-564-506-11 PLUG, CONNECTOR 3P
<DIODE>
10% 250V
7-1
CPD-200GS
The components identified by shading
and mark ¡ are critical for safety.
Replace only with part number specified.
REF.NO. PART NO.
A
DESCRIPTION
REMARK
REF.NO. PART NO.
<FERRITE BEAD>
FB001
FB003
FB004
FB005
FB006
1-412-911-11
1-412-529-11
1-412-911-11
1-412-911-11
1-412-911-11
FERRITE
INDUCTOR
FERRITE
FERRITE
FERRITE
0UH
22UH
0UH
0UH
0UH
FB009
FB010
FB011
FB012
FB101
1-412-911-11
1-412-911-11
1-412-911-11
1-412-911-11
1-500-104-21
FERRITE
FERRITE
FERRITE
FERRITE
FERRITE
0UH
0UH
0UH
0UH
0UH
FB110
FB201
FB210
FB301
FB310
1-412-911-11
1-500-104-21
1-412-911-11
1-500-104-21
1-412-911-11
FERRITE
FERRITE
FERRITE
FERRITE
FERRITE
0UH
0UH
0UH
0UH
0UH
FERRITE
FERRITE
FERRITE
FERRITE
FERRITE
0UH
0UH
0UH
0UH
0UH
<FILTER>
FL001
FL002
FL101
FL201
FL301
1-412-911-11
1-412-911-11
1-412-911-11
1-412-911-11
1-412-911-11
<IC>
IC001
IC002
IC003
IC004
IC005
8-752-076-89
8-759-435-33
8-759-478-65
8-759-434-40
8-759-100-96
IC CXA2055P
IC LM2405T
IC CXD8688P
IC TDA6103Q/N3,112
IC UPC4558G2
IC006 8-752-082-65 IC CXA2093S
DESCRIPTION
REMARK
R007
R014
R016
R017
R018
1-216-025-91
1-216-025-91
1-216-073-00
1-216-025-91
1-216-025-91
RES,CHIP
RES,CHIP
RES,CHIP
RES,CHIP
RES,CHIP
100
100
10K
100
100
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
1/10W
1/10W
1/10W
1/10W
1/10W
R020
R021
R024
R025
R026
1-216-025-91
1-216-025-91
1-216-065-00
1-216-065-00
1-216-073-00
RES,CHIP
RES,CHIP
RES,CHIP
RES,CHIP
RES,CHIP
100
100
4.7K
4.7K
10K
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
1/10W
1/10W
1/10W
1/10W
1/10W
R029
R031
R032
R033
R043
1-216-099-00
1-216-049-91
1-216-063-91
1-216-077-00
1-216-295-91
RES,CHIP
RES,CHIP
RES,CHIP
RES,CHIP
SHORT
120K
1K
3.9K
15K
0
5%
5%
5%
5%
1/10W
1/10W
1/10W
1/10W
R045
R046
R047
R048
R049
1-216-057-00
1-216-097-91
1-216-073-00
1-211-885-21
1-216-097-91
RES,CHIP
RES,CHIP
RES,CHIP
METAL
RES,CHIP
2.2K
100K
10K
2.2M
100K
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
1/10W
1/10W
1/10W
1W
1/10W
R051
R052
R053
R054
R064
1-216-049-91
1-216-073-00
1-219-621-91
1-216-057-00
1-202-830-00
RES,CHIP
RES,CHIP
METAL
RES,CHIP
SOLID
1K
10K
22M
2.2K
10K
5%
5%
10%
5%
20%
1/10W
1/10W
1/4W
1/10W
1/2W
R101
R104
R106
R107
R108
1-215-394-00
1-216-021-00
1-216-073-00
1-216-067-00
1-216-069-00
METAL
RES,CHIP
RES,CHIP
RES,CHIP
RES,CHIP
75
68
10K
5.6K
6.8K
1%
5%
5%
5%
5%
1/4W
1/10W
1/10W
1/10W
1/10W
R109
R110
R111
R112
R133
1-216-121-91
1-215-477-00
1-249-405-11
1-216-027-00
1-247-807-31
RES,CHIP
METAL
CARBON
RES,CHIP
CARBON
1M
220K
100
120
100
5%
1%
5%
5%
5%
1/10W
1/4W
1/4W F
1/10W
1/4W
R151
R201
R204
R206
R207
1-202-549-00
1-215-394-00
1-216-021-00
1-216-073-00
1-216-067-00
SOLID
METAL
RES,CHIP
RES,CHIP
RES,CHIP
100
75
68
10K
5.6K
20%
1%
5%
5%
5%
1/2W
1/4W
1/10W
1/10W
1/10W
R208
R209
R210
R211
R212
1-216-069-00
1-216-121-91
1-215-477-00
1-249-405-11
1-216-033-00
RES,CHIP
RES,CHIP
METAL
CARBON
RES,CHIP
6.8K
1M
220K
100
220
5%
5%
1%
5%
5%
1/10W
1/10W
1/4W
1/4W F
1/10W
R233
R251
R301
R304
R306
1-247-807-31
1-202-549-00
1-215-394-00
1-216-021-00
1-216-073-00
CARBON
SOLID
METAL
RES,CHIP
RES,CHIP
100
100
75
68
10K
5%
20%
1%
5%
5%
1/4W
1/2W
1/4W
1/10W
1/10W
R307
R308
R309
R310
R311
1-216-067-00
1-216-069-00
1-216-121-91
1-215-477-00
1-249-405-11
RES,CHIP
RES,CHIP
RES,CHIP
METAL
CARBON
5.6K
6.8K
1M
220K
100
5%
5%
5%
1%
5%
1/10W
1/10W
1/10W
1/4W
1/4W F
R312
1-216-029-00 RES,CHIP
150
5%
1/10W
<JACK>
J001 ¡ 1-251-598-11 SOCKET, PICTURE TUBE
<COIL>
L002
L101
L201
L301
1-410-682-31
1-410-750-41
1-410-750-41
1-410-750-41
INDUCTOR
INDUCTOR
INDUCTOR
INDUCTOR
470UH
0.47UH
0.47UH
0.47UH
<TRANSISTOR>
Q001
Q004
8-729-032-61 TRANSISTOR 2SC5022-02
8-729-120-28 TRANSISTOR 2SC1623-L5L6
<RESISTOR>
R002
R003
R004
R005
R006
1-216-053-00
1-216-067-00
1-216-055-00
1-216-113-00
1-216-025-91
RES,CHIP
RES,CHIP
RES,CHIP
RES,CHIP
RES,CHIP
1.5K
5.6K
1.8K
470K
100
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
1/10W
1/10W
1/10W
1/10W
1/10W
7-2
CPD-200GS
The components identified by shading
and mark ¡ are critical for safety.
Replace only with part number specified.
AD
REF.NO. PART NO.
R333
R351
DESCRIPTION
1-247-807-31 CARBON
1-202-549-00 SOLID
REMARK
100
100
REF.NO. PART NO.
5% 1/4W
20% 1/2W
<SPARK GAP>
SG001
SG101
SG201
SG301
1-519-422-11
1-517-499-21
1-517-499-21
1-517-499-21
GAP, SPARK
GAP, SPARK
GAP, SPARK
GAP, SPARK
********************************************************************************
* 8-933-309-00 D BOARD, COMPLETE
****************************
2-371-561-00
3-710-578-01
4-051-602-11
4-061-982-01
4-382-854-11
BUSHING (P), INSULATING (IC503)
COVER, VOLUME, 6 MOLD
SHEET, RADIATION (IC503)
HOLDER, LED (D912)
SCREW (M3X10), P, SW (+)
(IC401, IC503, IC605, Q503, Q510, Q507,
Q602, D506, D614, D621)
4-382-854-21
4-389-025-01
7-685-647-79
7-685-659-71
SCREW (M3X14), P, SW (+) (IC702)
SCREW (M4) (EXT TOOTH WASHER)
SCREW +BVTP 3X10 TYPE2
SCREW +BVTP 4X8 TYPE2 IT-3
DESCRIPTION
REMARK
C520
C521
1-164-232-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.01MF
1-107-444-11 CERAMIC
100PF
10% 50V
5% 2KV
C522
C523
C524
C525
C526
1-136-481-11 MYLAR
1-115-511-11 FILM
1-107-965-11 ELECT
1-119-860-11 FILM
1-164-646-11 CERAMIC
0.0022MF
0.12MF
100MF
0.082MF
2200PF
10%
5%
20%
5%
10%
C527
C528
C529
C530
C531
1-117-879-91 CAPACITOR
1-115-349-51 CERAMIC
1-136-060-00 FILM
1-115-511-11 FILM
1-115-509-11 FILM
0.01MF
0.01MF
0.047MF
0.12MF
0.068MF
10% 250V
2KV
5% 400V
5% 250V
5% 250V
C532
C533
C535
C536
C538
1-137-426-11 FILM
0.47MF
1-164-232-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.01MF
1-137-370-11 FILM
0.01MF
1-164-232-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.01MF
1-164-232-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.01MF
10%
10%
5%
10%
10%
100V
50V
50V
50V
50V
C539
C540
C541
C542
C543
1-137-418-11 FILM
1-136-203-11 FILM
1-126-963-11 ELECT
1-126-960-11 ELECT
1-102-973-00 CERAMIC
0.022MF
10000PF
4.7MF
1MF
100PF
10%
5%
20%
20%
5%
100V
630V
50V
50V
50V
C544
C545
C546
C547
C548
1-137-370-11 FILM
0.01MF
1-163-037-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.022MF
1-163-259-91 CERAMIC CHIP 220PF
1-107-902-11 ELECT
1MF
1-137-364-11 FILM
0.001MF
5%
10%
5%
20%
5%
50V
50V
50V
50V
50V
C549
C550
C551
C552
C553
1-137-375-11 FILM
0.068MF
1-126-933-11 ELECT
100MF
1-164-232-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.01MF
1-164-232-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.01MF
1-163-009-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.001MF
5%
20%
10%
10%
10%
50V
16V
50V
50V
50V
C554
C555
C556
C557
C558
1-164-004-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.1MF
1-137-399-11 FILM
0.1MF
1-163-259-91 CERAMIC CHIP 220PF
1-126-965-11 ELECT
22MF
1-126-960-11 ELECT
1MF
10%
5%
5%
20%
20%
25V
50V
50V
50V
50V
C559
C560
C561
C562
C563
1-137-368-11 FILM
0.0047MF
1-117-206-21 FILM
0.36MF
1-163-009-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.001MF
1-126-933-11 ELECT
100MF
1-163-005-11 CERAMIC CHIP 470PF
5%
5%
10%
20%
10%
50V
250V
50V
16V
50V
C564
C565
C566
C567
C568
1-107-823-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.47MF
1-164-005-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.47MF
1-164-004-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.1MF
1-126-933-11 ELECT
100MF
1-164-232-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.01MF
10% 16V
25V
10% 25V
20% 16V
10% 50V
C569
C570
C571
C572
C573
1-137-399-11 FILM
1-104-665-11 ELECT
1-126-964-11 ELECT
1-107-651-11 ELECT
1-107-960-11 ELECT
5%
20%
20%
20%
20%
C574
C575
C576
C577
1-117-879-91 CAPACITOR
0.01MF
1-107-965-11 ELECT
100MF
1-163-243-11 CERAMIC CHIP 47PF
1-115-349-51 CERAMIC
0.01MF
100V
250V
250V
200V
500V
<CAPACITOR>
C401
C402
C403
C404
C405
1-128-528-11 ELECT
1-106-228-00 MYLAR
1-107-911-11 ELECT
1-128-528-11 ELECT
1-137-374-11 FILM
470MF
0.22MF
220MF
470MF
0.047MF
20%
10%
20%
20%
5%
25V
100V
50V
25V
50V
C406
C407
C408
C409
C501
1-137-368-11 FILM
1-137-372-11 FILM
1-107-713-11 ELECT
1-107-698-11 ELECT
1-126-964-11 ELECT
0.0047MF
0.022MF
4.7MF
10MF
10MF
5%
5%
20%
20%
20%
50V
50V
35V
25V
50V
C502
C503
C504
C505
C506
1-137-370-11
1-164-232-11
1-164-645-11
1-109-879-11
1-107-902-11
5%
10%
10%
5%
20%
50V
50V
500V
2KV
50V
C507
C508
C509
C510
C511
1-117-964-11 FILM
1-104-665-11 ELECT
1-162-117-00 CERAMIC
1-102-228-00 CERAMIC
1-119-862-11 FILM
0.3MF
100MF
100PF
470PF
0.3MF
5%
20%
10%
10%
5%
400V
25V
500V
500V
200V
C512
C513
C514
C515
C516
1-164-232-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.01MF
1-107-906-11 ELECT
10MF
1-119-861-71 FILM
0.91MF
1-164-232-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.01MF
1-117-206-21 FILM
0.36MF
10%
20%
5%
10%
5%
50V
50V
200V
50V
250V
C517
C518
C519
1-137-370-11 FILM
1-117-954-11 FILM
1-136-538-11 FILM
5%
3%
3%
50V
1.8KV
2KV
FILM
0.01MF
CERAMIC CHIP 0.01MF
CERAMIC
1000PF
CERAMIC
22PF
ELECT
1MF
0.01MF
4300PF
0.001MF
7-3
0.1MF
100MF
10MF
4.7MF
4.7MF
50V
25V
50V
250V
250V
10% 250V
20% 250V
5% 50V
2KV
CPD-200GS
The components identified by shading
and mark ¡ are critical for safety.
Replace only with part number specified.
REF.NO. PART NO.
DESCRIPTION
C578
1-117-214-11 CERAMIC
C579
C580
C582
C583
C584
1-109-879-11
1-137-370-11
1-126-964-11
1-137-399-11
1-164-005-11
C604 ¡ 1-104-708-51
C605 ¡ 1-107-533-51
C606 ¡ 1-117-703-51
C607 1-130-467-00
C610 1-109-984-11
(d)
REMARK
0.001MF
5%
5%
20%
5%
2KV
50V
50V
50V
25V
FILM
0.47MF
FILM
1MF
CERAMIC
0.0047MF
FILM
470PF
ELECT(BLOCK) 390MF
20%
20%
99%
5%
20%
250V
250V
250V
50V
400V
C611 1-162-129-00 CERAMIC
C612 ¡ 1-117-703-51 CERAMIC
C613 1-136-203-11 FILM
C614 1-136-177-00 FILM
C615 1-137-364-11 FILM
150PF
0.0047MF
10000PF
1MF
0.001MF
10%
99%
5%
5%
5%
2KV
250V
630V
50V
50V
C616
C617
C618
C619
C620
1-130-467-00
1-137-366-11
1-102-106-00
1-107-966-51
1-107-933-11
470PF
0.0022MF
100PF
220MF
100MF
5%
5%
10%
20%
20%
50V
50V
50V
250V
100V
C621
C622
C623
C624
C625
1-107-914-11 ELECT
1-128-528-11 ELECT
1-126-942-61 ELECT
1-126-767-11 ELECT
1-137-372-11 FILM
1000MF
470MF
1000MF
1000MF
0.022MF
20%
20%
20%
20%
5%
25V
25V
25V
16V
50V
C626
C627
C628
C629
C630
1-128-528-11
1-128-528-11
1-104-665-11
1-113-900-11
1-137-399-11
ELECT
ELECT
ELECT
CERAMIC
FILM
470MF
470MF
100MF
470PF
0.1MF
20%
20%
20%
10%
5%
16V
16V
25V
250V
50V
C632
C633
C634
C635
C636
1-128-528-11
1-126-767-11
1-126-940-11
1-137-370-11
1-137-378-11
ELECT
ELECT
ELECT
FILM
FILM
470MF
1000MF
330MF
0.01MF
0.22MF
20%
20%
20%
5%
5%
16V
16V
25V
50V
50V
C637 1-137-399-11
C640 1-113-912-11
C642 ¡ 1-117-703-51
C643 ¡ 1-117-703-51
C644 1-104-664-11
FILM
CERAMIC
CERAMIC
CERAMIC
ELECT
0.1MF
0.0047MF
0.0047MF
0.0047MF
47MF
5%
20%
99%
99%
20%
50V
250V
250V
250V
25V
C654
C701
C702
C703
C704
1-162-558-11
1-164-004-11
1-126-964-11
1-136-169-00
1-163-259-91
CERAMIC
100PF
CERAMIC CHIP 0.1MF
ELECT
10MF
FILM
0.22MF
CERAMIC CHIP 220PF
10%
10%
20%
5%
5%
2KV
25V
50V
50V
50V
C705
C706
C707
C708
C709
1-137-399-11
1-102-973-00
1-102-973-00
1-137-399-11
1-126-941-11
FILM
CERAMIC
CERAMIC
FILM
ELECT
5%
5%
5%
5%
20%
50V
50V
50V
50V
25V
C710
C711
C712
C713
C714
1-126-941-11
1-137-399-11
1-137-399-11
1-126-927-11
1-163-131-00
ELECT
470MF
FILM
0.1MF
FILM
0.1MF
ELECT
2200MF
CERAMIC CHIP 390PF
20%
5%
5%
20%
5%
25V
50V
50V
10V
50V
0.1MF
100PF
100PF
0.1MF
470MF
DESCRIPTION
REMARK
10% 2KV
CERAMIC
22PF
FILM
0.01MF
ELECT
10MF
FILM
0.1MF
CERAMIC CHIP 0.47MF
FILM
FILM
CERAMIC
ELECT
ELECT
REF.NO. PART NO.
C715
C801
C802
C803
C804
1-126-935-11
1-126-933-11
1-136-173-00
1-136-173-00
1-164-004-11
ELECT
470MF
ELECT
100MF
FILM
0.47MF
FILM
0.47MF
CERAMIC CHIP 0.1MF
20%
20%
5%
5%
10%
16V
16V
50V
50V
25V
C901
C902
C903
C904
C905
1-107-823-11
1-126-935-11
1-164-232-11
1-107-823-11
1-136-500-11
CERAMIC CHIP 0.47MF
ELECT
470MF
CERAMIC CHIP 0.01MF
CERAMIC CHIP 0.47MF
FILM
0.068MF
10%
20%
10%
10%
5%
16V
16V
50V
16V
50V
C906
C907
C908
C909
C910
1-136-177-00
1-126-964-11
1-164-232-11
1-126-927-11
1-137-399-11
FILM
1MF
ELECT
10MF
CERAMIC CHIP 0.01MF
ELECT
2200MF
FILM
0.1MF
5%
20%
10%
20%
5%
50V
50V
50V
10V
50V
C911
C912
C913
C914
C915
1-137-370-11
1-126-933-11
1-137-399-11
1-102-514-11
1-102-514-11
FILM
ELECT
FILM
CERAMIC
CERAMIC
0.01MF
100MF
0.1MF
22PF
22PF
5%
20%
5%
5%
5%
50V
16V
50V
50V
50V
C916
C917
C918
C920
C921
1-126-965-11
1-164-232-11
1-126-964-11
1-164-232-11
1-126-935-11
ELECT
22MF
CERAMIC CHIP 0.01MF
ELECT
10MF
CERAMIC CHIP 0.01MF
ELECT
470MF
20%
10%
20%
10%
20%
50V
50V
50V
50V
16V
C922
C923
C924
C925
C926
1-126-960-11
1-163-133-00
1-126-965-11
1-164-232-11
1-126-767-11
ELECT
1MF
CERAMIC CHIP 470PF
ELECT
22MF
CERAMIC CHIP 0.01MF
ELECT
1000MF
20%
5%
20%
10%
20%
50V
50V
50V
50V
16V
C927
C928
C929
C930
C931
1-164-232-11
1-164-232-11
1-163-009-11
1-137-370-11
1-163-133-00
CERAMIC CHIP 0.01MF
CERAMIC CHIP 0.01MF
CERAMIC CHIP 0.001MF
FILM
0.01MF
CERAMIC CHIP 470PF
10%
10%
10%
5%
5%
50V
50V
50V
50V
50V
C932
C933
C934
C935
C936
1-164-004-11
1-107-823-11
1-126-933-11
1-164-005-11
1-137-370-11
CERAMIC CHIP 0.1MF
CERAMIC CHIP 0.47MF
ELECT
100MF
CERAMIC CHIP 0.47MF
FILM
0.01MF
10% 25V
10% 16V
20% 16V
25V
5% 50V
C937
C938
1-102-852-91 CERAMIC
1-102-973-00 CERAMIC
47PF
100PF
5%
5%
50V
50V
<CONNECTOR>
CN501*1-580-798-11 CONNECTOR PIN (DY) 6P
CN502*1-564-512-11 PLUG, CONNECTOR 9P
CN510*1-900-802-12 CONNECTOR, 1P MINI
CN512 1-695-915-11 TAB (CONTACT)
CN600¡1-251-457-21INLET, AC
CN601 1-691-960-11
CN602*1-506-371-00
CN701*1-564-511-11
CN802*1-564-509-11
CN901*1-508-879-11
7-4
PIN, CONNECTOR (PC BOARD) 3P
PIN, CONNECTOR 2P
PLUG, CONNECTOR 8P
PLUG, CONNECTOR 6P
BASE POST
CPD-200GS
The components identified by shading
and mark ¡ are critical for safety.
Replace only with part number specified.
D
REF.NO. PART NO.
DESCRIPTION
REMARK
REF.NO. PART NO.
CN902 1-564-513-11 PLUG, CONNECTOR 10P
CN903*1-564-510-11 PLUG, CONNECTOR 7P
DESCRIPTION
REMARK
D623
D654
D704
D801
8-719-911-19 DIODE 1SS119-25
8-719-109-69 ZENER DIODE RD3.6ESB2
8-719-911-19 DIODE 1SS119-25
8-719-404-49 DIODE MA111
D802
D803
D804
D805
D901
8-719-404-49 DIODE MA111
8-719-404-49 DIODE MA111
8-719-404-49 DIODE MA111
8-719-404-49 DIODE MA111
8-719-911-19 DIODE 1SS119-25
1/4W
D902
D905
D906
D907
D908
8-719-923-38 ZENER DIODE MTZJ-T-77-5.6B
8-719-911-19 DIODE 1SS119-25
8-719-911-19 DIODE 1SS119-25
8-719-911-19 DIODE 1SS119-25
8-719-911-19 DIODE 1SS119-25
1/4W
D909
D910
D912
D914
D916
8-719-109-89 ZENER DIODE RD5.6ESB2
8-719-109-89 ZENER DIODE RD5.6ESB2
8-719-045-19 DIODE SPB-26MVWF
8-719-911-19 DIODE 1SS119-25
8-719-911-19 DIODE 1SS119-25
D917
D918
D919
D920
D922
8-719-158-15 ZENER DIODE RD5.6SB
8-719-109-89 ZENER DIODE RD5.6ESB2
8-719-109-89 ZENER DIODE RD5.6ESB2
8-719-986-73 DIODE RB441Q
8-719-404-49 DIODE MA111
D923
D924
D925
D928
D929
8-719-404-49 DIODE MA111
8-719-404-49 DIODE MA111
8-719-404-49 DIODE MA111
8-719-158-15 ZENER DIODE RD5.6SB
8-719-158-15 ZENER DIODE RD5.6SB
D930
D931
D932
D933
D934
8-719-158-15 ZENER DIODE RD5.6SB
8-719-158-15 ZENER DIODE RD5.6SB
8-719-158-15 ZENER DIODE RD5.6SB
8-719-158-15 ZENER DIODE RD5.6SB
8-719-158-15 ZENER DIODE RD5.6SB
<DIODE>
D401
D402
D403
D404
D501
8-719-979-58
8-719-109-81
8-719-911-19
8-719-911-19
8-719-110-31
DIODE EGP10D
ZENER DIODE RD4.7ESB2
DIODE 1SS119-25
DIODE 1SS119-25
ZENER DIODE RD12ESB2
D502
D503
D504
D505
D506
8-719-975-77
1-215-437-00
8-719-110-49
8-719-941-74
8-719-061-21
DIODE SB340
METAL
4.7K
1%
ZENER DIODE RD18ESB2
DIODE ERB91-02
DIODE FMQ-G5FMS
D507
D508
D509
D510
D511
8-719-109-85
1-215-429-00
8-719-110-17
8-719-028-72
8-719-109-93
ZENER DIODE RD5.1ESB2
METAL
2.2K
1%
ZENER DIODE RD10ESB2
DIODE RGP02-17EL-6433
ZENER DIODE RD6.2ESB2
D512
D513
D514
D515
D516
8-719-911-19
8-719-066-40
8-719-970-83
8-719-979-58
8-719-051-97
DIODE 1SS119-25
DIODE MUR160
DIODE HSS82
DIODE EGP10D
DIODE 3DL41A(LC6-15)
D517
D518
D519
D520
D521
8-719-110-67
8-719-110-17
8-719-911-19
8-719-028-72
8-719-028-72
ZENER DIODE RD27ESB2
ZENER DIODE RD10ESB2
DIODE 1SS119-25
DIODE RGP02-17EL-6433
DIODE RGP02-17EL-6433
D522
D523
D524
D525
D526
8-719-911-19
8-719-911-19
8-719-970-83
8-719-970-83
8-719-911-19
DIODE 1SS119-25
DIODE 1SS119-25
DIODE HSS82
DIODE HSS82
DIODE 1SS119-25
D527 8-719-109-85
D529 8-719-404-49
D530 8-719-404-49
D531 8-719-404-49
D601 ¡ 8-719-025-88
ZENER DIODE RD5.1ESB2
DIODE MA111
DIODE MA111
DIODE MA111
DIODE GBU4JL-6088
D602
D603
D605
D606
D607
8-719-911-19
8-719-986-73
8-719-970-83
8-719-986-73
8-719-053-19
DIODE 1SS119-25
DIODE RB441Q
DIODE HSS82
DIODE RB441Q
DIODE UF4007G23
D609
D610
D611
D613
D614
8-719-986-73
8-719-979-84
8-719-970-83
8-719-979-58
8-719-058-38
DIODE RB441Q
DIODE EGP20DPKG23
DIODE HSS82
DIODE EGP10D
DIODE FMN-G12S
D615
D616
D617
D618
D621
8-719-048-63
8-719-048-63
8-719-979-84
8-719-979-84
8-719-067-68
DIODE UG4DL-6506
DIODE UG4DL-6506
DIODE EGP20DPKG23
DIODE EGP20DPKG23
DIODE FMC-26UA
D622
8-719-110-08 ZENER DIODE RD8.2ESB2
<FUSE>
F601 ¡ 1-576-231-11 FUSE (H.B.C.) (4A/250V)
1-533-223-11 HOLDER, FUSE ; F601
<FERRITE BEAD>
FB502
FB503
FB504
FB506
FB601
7-5
1-410-396-41 FERRITE
1-412-911-11 FERRITE
1-412-911-11 FERRITE
1-412-911-11 FERRITE
1-410-396-41 FERRITE
0.45UH
0UH
0UH
0UH
0.45UH
FB603 1-410-396-41 FERRITE
FB604 1-410-396-41 FERRITE
FB605 1-412-911-11 FERRITE
FB607 1-412-911-11 FERRITE
FB608¡1-412-911-21 FERRITE
0.45UH
0.45UH
0UH
0UH
0UH
FB609¡1-412-911-21 FERRITE
FB610¡1-412-911-21 FERRITE
FB611¡1-412-911-21 FERRITE
FB612¡1-412-911-21 FERRITE
FB613¡1-412-911-21 FERRITE
0UH
0UH
0UH
0UH
0UH
CPD-200GS
The components identified by shading
and mark ¡ are critical for safety.
Replace only with part number specified.
REF.NO. PART NO.
D
DESCRIPTION
REMARK
FB614¡1-412-911-21 FERRITE
FB615¡1-412-911-21 FERRITE
FB616 1-412-911-11FERRITE
FB618¡1-412-911-21 FERRITE
FB619¡1-412-911-21 FERRITE
0UH
0UH
0UH
0UH
0UH
FB654 1-412-911-11 FERRITE
FB655¡1-412-911-21 FERRITE
FB656¡1-412-911-21 FERRITE
FB801 1-412-911-11 FERRITE
FB802 1-412-911-11 FERRITE
0UH
0UH
0UH
0UH
0UH
FB902 1-247-807-31 CARBON
FB904 1-543-961-11 FERRITE
100
0UH
5%
REF.NO. PART NO.
1/4W
DESCRIPTION
REMARK
JR011
JR013
JR014
JR015
1-216-296-91
1-216-296-91
1-216-296-91
1-216-296-91
SHORT
SHORT
SHORT
SHORT
0
0
0
0
JR016
JR017
JR018
JR019
JR020
1-216-296-91
1-216-296-91
1-216-296-91
1-216-296-91
1-216-296-91
SHORT
SHORT
SHORT
SHORT
SHORT
0
0
0
0
0
JR021
JR022
JR023
JR024
JR025
1-216-296-91
1-216-296-91
1-216-296-91
1-216-296-91
1-216-296-91
SHORT
SHORT
SHORT
SHORT
SHORT
0
0
0
0
0
JR026
JR027
JR028
JR029
JR030
1-216-296-91
1-216-296-91
1-216-296-91
1-216-296-91
1-216-295-91
SHORT
SHORT
SHORT
SHORT
SHORT
0
0
0
0
0
JR801 1-216-295-91 SHORT
0
<TERMINAL>
GT001* 1-537-738-21 TERMINAL, EARTH
GT002* 1-537-738-21 TERMINAL, EARTH
<IC>
IC401 8-759-444-83
IC501¡ 8-759-478-76
IC502 8-759-803-42
IC503 8-759-803-42
IC601¡ 8-759-482-46
IC LA7840L
IC UPC5021-109
IC LA6500-FA
IC LA6500-FA
IC MC44604
IC603
IC604
IC605
IC701
IC702
8-759-472-87
8-759-908-15
8-759-072-98
8-759-478-66
8-749-014-32
IC MOC8106TV
IC TL431CLP
IC TDA8138A
IC CXA8070P
IC STK392-910A
IC801
IC802
IC900
IC901
IC902
8-759-478-64
8-759-390-57
8-759-525-10
8-759-525-67
8-759-478-68
IC TDA7053A
IC UPC2405AHF
IC TC7SET08F(TE85L)
IC CXD8692S-CXH
IC CXA8071P
<COIL>
IC904 8-759-165-80 IC PST600C-T
IC905 8-759-370-34 IC ST24C08FB6
L501
L502
L503
L505
L506
1-406-662-11
1-406-662-11
1-411-594-11
1-412-552-11
1-412-545-11
COIL, CHOKE
COIL, CHOKE
COIL, CHOKE
INDUCTOR
INDUCTOR
33UH
33UH
5MMH
2.2MMH
470UH
L507
L508
L509
L510
L603
1-412-537-31
1-416-393-11
1-416-394-11
1-416-367-11
1-412-537-31
INDUCTOR
100UH
COIL, HORIZONTAL LINEARITY
COIL, HORIZONTAL LINEARITY
COIL, HORIZONTAL CENTER
INDUCTOR
100UH
L604
L605
L606
L901
L902
1-412-537-31
1-406-665-11
1-406-665-11
1-412-537-31
1-412-537-31
INDUCTOR
COIL, CHOKE
COIL, CHOKE
INDUCTOR
INDUCTOR
100UH
100UH
100UH
100UH
100UH
<CHIP CONDUCTOR>
<FILTER>
JR31
JR32
JR33
JR34
JR35
1-216-296-91
1-216-295-91
1-500-104-21
1-216-295-91
1-216-296-91
SHORT
SHORT
FERRITE
SHORT
SHORT
0
0
0UH
0
0
JR36
JR001
JR002
JR003
JR004
1-216-295-91
1-216-296-91
1-216-296-91
1-216-296-91
1-216-296-91
SHORT
SHORT
SHORT
SHORT
SHORT
0
0
0
0
0
Q501
Q502
Q503
Q504
Q505
8-729-119-78
8-729-119-76
8-729-035-54
8-729-031-89
8-729-119-76
TRANSISTOR 2SC2785-HFE
TRANSISTOR 2SA1175-HFE
TRANSISTOR 2SJ449
TRANSISTOR 2SC3941A-Q(TA)
TRANSISTOR 2SA1175-HFE
JR005
JR006
JR007
JR008
JR009
1-216-296-91
1-216-296-91
1-216-296-91
1-216-296-91
1-216-296-91
SHORT
SHORT
SHORT
SHORT
SHORT
0
0
0
0
0
Q506
Q507
Q508
Q510
Q511
8-729-119-76
8-729-041-64
8-729-119-78
8-729-042-45
8-729-042-34
TRANSISTOR 2SA1175-HFE
TRANSISTOR BU2527AX-ON5020
TRANSISTOR 2SC2785-HFE
TRANSISTOR STP5NA80FI
TRANSISTOR IRFU110A
JR010 1-216-296-91 SHORT
0
Q512
8-729-043-16 TRANSISTOR IRLI520GLF33
LF602¡1-429-180-11 TRANSFORMER, LINE FILTER
<TRANSISTOR>
7-6
CPD-200GS
The components identified by shading
and mark ¡ are critical for safety.
Replace only with part number specified.
D
REF.NO. PART NO.
DESCRIPTION
REMARK
Q513
Q514
Q515
Q516
8-729-041-95
8-729-041-93
8-729-043-16
8-729-043-16
TRANSISTOR IRLI540GLF33
TRANSISTOR IRLI530GLF33
TRANSISTOR IRLI520GLF33
TRANSISTOR IRLI520GLF33
Q517
Q518
Q519
Q520
Q521
8-729-326-11
8-729-140-50
8-729-119-78
8-729-042-23
8-729-119-76
TRANSISTOR 2SC2611
TRANSISTOR 2SC3209LK
TRANSISTOR 2SC2785-HFE
TRANSISTOR IRFI9620GSLF35
TRANSISTOR 2SA1175-HFE
Q522
Q523
Q601
Q602
Q604
8-729-119-76
8-729-119-76
8-729-029-92
8-729-041-06
8-729-029-66
TRANSISTOR 2SA1175-HFE
TRANSISTOR 2SA1175-HFE
TRANSISTOR DTC143ESA
TRANSISTOR 2SK1507-91MR-F119
TRANSISTOR DTC114ESA
Q605
Q606
Q901
Q902
Q903
8-729-141-83
8-729-029-66
8-729-119-78
8-729-119-78
8-729-119-78
TRANSISTOR 2SB1094-LK
TRANSISTOR DTC114ESA
TRANSISTOR 2SC2785-HFE
TRANSISTOR 2SC2785-HFE
TRANSISTOR 2SC2785-HFE
REF.NO. PART NO.
<RESISTOR>
R401
R402
R403
R404
R405
1-249-383-11 CARBON
1-215-866-11 METAL OXIDE
1-214-796-00 METAL
1-215-443-00 METAL
1-214-796-00 METAL
1.5
330
1.5
8.2K
1.5
5%
5%
1%
1%
1%
1/4W F
1W
F
1/2W
1/4W
1/2W
R406
R407
R408
R409
R410
1-215-447-00 METAL
1-249-421-11 CARBON
1-216-073-00 RES,CHIP
1-216-671-11 METAL CHIP
1-215-447-00 METAL
12K
2.2K
10K
6.8K
12K
1% 1/4W
5% 1/4W
5% 1/10W
0.50%1/10W
1% 1/4W
R411
R451
R452
R453
R454
1-216-691-11 METAL CHIP
1-215-449-00 METAL
1-215-435-00 METAL
1-215-445-00 METAL
1-215-445-00 METAL
47K
15K
3.9K
10K
10K
0.50%1/10W
1% 1/4W
1% 1/4W
1% 1/4W
1% 1/4W
R455
R500
R501
R502
R503
1-215-479-00 METAL
1-249-377-11 CARBON
1-247-807-31 CARBON
1-218-758-11 METAL CHIP
1-216-675-11 METAL CHIP
270K
0.47
100
180K
10K
1% 1/4W
5% 1/4W F
5% 1/4W
0.50%1/10W
0.50%1/10W
R504
R505
R506
R507
R508
1-249-377-11 CARBON
1-216-073-00 RES,CHIP
1-215-481-00 METAL
1-215-431-00 METAL
1-247-807-31 CARBON
0.47
10K
330K
2.7K
100
5%
5%
1%
1%
5%
1/4W F
1/10W
1/4W
1/4W
1/4W
R509
R510
R511
R512
R513
1-247-863-91 CARBON
1-216-081-00 RES,CHIP
1-249-381-11 CARBON
1-249-389-11 CARBON
1-215-888-00 METAL OXIDE
22K
22K
1
4.7
220
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
1/4W
1/10W
1/4W F
1/4W
2W
F
R514
R515
R516
R517
R518
1-216-081-00 RES,CHIP
1-249-417-11 CARBON
1-215-863-11 METAL
1-216-393-00 METAL OXIDE
1-216-393-00 METAL OXIDE
22K
1K
100
2.2
2.2
5%
5%
1%
5%
5%
1/10W
1/4W F
1W
3W
F
3W
F
7-7
DESCRIPTION
REMARK
R519
R520
R521
R522
R523
1-216-089-91 RES,CHIP
1-249-397-11 CARBON
1-249-417-11 CARBON
1-249-401-11 CARBON
1-216-089-91 RES,CHIP
47K
22
1K
47
47K
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
1/10W
1/4W F
1/4W F
1/4W
1/10W
R524
R525
R526
R527
R528
1-216-089-91 RES,CHIP
1-249-417-11 CARBON
1-249-425-11 CARBON
1-249-429-11 CARBON
1-247-863-91 CARBON
47K
1K
4.7K
10K
22K
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
1/10W
1/4W F
1/4W
1/4W
1/4W
R529
R530
R531
R532
R533
1-249-429-11 CARBON
1-216-474-11 METAL OXIDE
1-216-474-11 METAL OXIDE
1-249-385-11 CARBON
1-249-417-11 CARBON
10K
82
82
2.2
1K
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
1/4W
3W
3W
1/4W
1/4W
R534
R535
R536
R537
R538
1-249-405-11 CARBON
1-216-089-91 RES,CHIP
1-249-417-11 CARBON
1-216-089-91 RES,CHIP
1-215-905-11 METAL OXIDE
100
47K
1K
47K
10
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
1/4W F
1/10W
1/4W F
1/10W
3W
F
R539
R540
R541
R542
R543
1-215-905-11 METAL OXIDE
1-215-476-00 METAL
1-215-421-00 METAL
1-215-421-00 METAL
1-249-389-11 CARBON
10
200K
1K
1K
4.7
5%
1%
1%
1%
5%
3W
F
1/4W
1/4W
1/4W
1/4W F
R544
R545
R546
R547
R548
1-215-493-00 METAL
1-216-691-11 METAL CHIP
1-215-457-00 METAL
1-215-487-00 METAL
1-216-657-11 METAL CHIP
1M
47K
33K
560K
1.8K
1% 1/4W
0.50%1/10W
1% 1/4W
1% 1/4W
0.50%1/10W
R549
R550
R551
R552
R553
1-215-467-00 METAL
1-215-427-00 METAL
1-215-453-00 METAL
1-215-465-00 METAL
1-216-699-11 METAL CHIP
82K
1.8K
22K
68K
100K
1% 1/4W
1% 1/4W
1% 1/4W
1% 1/4W
0.50%1/10W
R554
R556
R557
R558
R559
1-218-756-11 METAL CHIP
1-216-691-11 METAL CHIP
1-216-079-00 RES,CHIP
1-215-445-00 METAL
1-215-431-00 METAL
150K
47K
18K
10K
2.7K
0.50%1/10W
0.50%1/10W
5% 1/10W
1% 1/4W
1% 1/4W
R560
R561
R562
R563
R564
1-215-449-00 METAL
1-216-474-11 METAL OXIDE
1-215-447-00 METAL
1-249-383-11 CARBON
1-216-089-91 RES,CHIP
15K
82
12K
1.5
47K
1%
5%
1%
5%
5%
1/4W
3W
F
1/4W
1/4W F
1/10W
R565
R566
R567
R568
R569
1-215-481-00 METAL
1-215-859-00 METAL OXIDE
1-216-073-00 RES,CHIP
1-249-437-11 CARBON
1-216-295-91 SHORT
330K
22
10K
47K
0
1%
5%
5%
5%
1/4W
1W
F
1/10W
1/4W
R570
R571
R572
R573
R574
1-249-417-11 CARBON
1-215-926-00 METAL OXIDE
1-249-437-11 CARBON
1-247-887-00 CARBON
1-249-429-11 CARBON
1K
33K
47K
220K
10K
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
1/4W
3W
F
1/4W
1/4W
1/4W
R575
1-260-314-11 CARBON
68
5%
1/2W
F
F
F
F
F
CPD-200GS
The components identified by shading
and mark ¡ are critical for safety.
Replace only with part number specified.
REF.NO. PART NO.
D
DESCRIPTION
REMARK
REF.NO. PART NO.
R576
R577
R578
R579
1-249-437-11 CARBON
1-216-445-11 METAL OXIDE
1-216-423-11 METAL OXIDE
1-247-887-00 CARBON
47K
12
27
220K
5%
5%
5%
5%
R580
R581
R582
R583
R584
1-216-681-11 METAL CHIP
1-249-429-11 CARBON
1-249-397-11 CARBON
1-216-073-00 RES,CHIP
1-216-065-00 RES,CHIP
18K
10K
22
10K
4.7K
0.50%1/10W
5% 1/4W
5% 1/4W F
5% 1/10W
5% 1/10W
R585
R586
R587
R589
R590
1-260-099-11 CARBON
1-260-103-11 CARBON
1-216-049-91 RES,CHIP
1-249-425-11 CARBON
1-215-453-00 METAL
1K
2.2K
1K
4.7K
22K
5%
5%
5%
5%
1%
R591
R592
R593
R594
R595
1-216-683-11 METAL CHIP
1-215-881-11 METAL OXIDE
1-216-687-11 METAL CHIP
1-215-493-00 METAL
1-215-863-11 METAL
22K
15
33K
1M
100
0.50%1/10W
5% 2W
F
0.50%1/10W
1% 1/4W
1% 1W
R600 ¡ 1-205-998-11 CEMENTED
R603 1-249-403-11 CARBON
R604 1-202-847-00 SOLID
R605 1-202-933-61 FUSIBLE
R609 1-215-927-00 METAL OXIDE
1
68
560K
0.1
47K
5%
5%
20%
10%
5%
10W
1/4W
1/2W
1/2W F
3W
F
R610
R611
R612
R613
R614
1-215-926-00 METAL OXIDE
1-215-445-00 METAL
1-215-373-31 METAL
1-249-429-11 CARBON
1-216-381-11 METAL OXIDE
33K
10K
10
10K
0.22
5%
1%
1%
5%
5%
3W
F
1/4W
1/4W
1/4W
3W
F
R615
R616
R617
R618
R619
1-247-885-00
1-249-377-11
1-249-417-11
1-215-407-00
1-249-421-11
CARBON
CARBON
CARBON
METAL
CARBON
180K
0.47
1K
270
2.2K
5%
5%
5%
1%
5%
1/4W
1/4W F
1/4W
1/4W
1/4W
R620 1-247-863-91
R621 ¡ 1-211-874-21
R622 ¡ 1-211-874-21
R623 ¡ 1-211-874-21
R624 ¡ 1-219-154-21
CARBON
FUSIBLE
FUSIBLE
FUSIBLE
FUSIBLE
22K
0.12
0.12
0.12
0.12
5%
10%
10%
10%
10%
1/4W
1/2W
1/2W
1/2W
1/4W
R625 ¡ 1-219-154-21 FUSIBLE
R626 1-215-405-00 METAL
R627 1-249-441-11 CARBON
R628 1-215-479-00 METAL
R629 1-215-450-00 METAL
0.12
220
100K
270K
16K
10%
1%
5%
1%
1%
1/4W
1/4W
1/4W
1/4W
1/4W
R630
R631
R632
R633
R634
4.7K
220
1K
10K
15K
1%
1%
5%
5%
5%
1/4W
1/4W
1/10W
1/4W
1/4W
1K
1K
2.2
3.9K
0.12
5%
5%
5%
1%
10%
1/4W
1/4W
1W
F
1/4W
1/2W
5%
5%
1/4W F
1W
F
1-215-437-00 METAL
1-215-405-00 METAL
1-216-049-91 RES,CHIP
1-249-429-11 CARBON
1-249-431-11 CARBON
R635 1-249-417-11 CARBON
R636 1-249-417-11 CARBON
R637 1-216-353-00 METAL OXIDE
R638 1-215-435-00 METAL
R639 ¡ 1-211-874-21 FUSIBLE
R641
R642
1-249-429-11 CARBON
10K
1-218-642-11 METAL OXIDE 100K
1/4W
2W
F
1W
F
1/4W
1/2W
1/2W
1/10W
1/4W
1/4W
7-8
DESCRIPTION
REMARK
R698
R703
R704
1-215-435-00 METAL
1-260-092-11 CARBON
1-215-445-00 METAL
3.9K
270
10K
1%
5%
1%
1/4W
1/2W
1/4W
R705
R706
R707
R708
R709
1-249-425-11
1-249-425-11
1-249-429-11
1-249-429-11
1-249-429-11
CARBON
CARBON
CARBON
CARBON
CARBON
4.7K
4.7K
10K
10K
10K
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
1/4W
1/4W
1/4W
1/4W
1/4W
R710
R711
R712
R713
R716
1-249-429-11
1-216-346-00
1-215-860-11
1-216-347-11
1-215-860-11
CARBON
METAL OXIDE
METAL OXIDE
METAL OXIDE
METAL OXIDE
10K
0.56
33
0.68
33
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
1/4W
1W
1W
1W
1W
R717
R718
R719
R724
R727
1-216-353-00
1-215-863-11
1-249-431-11
1-216-423-11
1-249-431-11
METAL OXIDE
METAL OXIDE
CARBON
METAL OXIDE
CARBON
2.2
100
15K
27
15K
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
1W
F
1W
F
1/4W
1W
F
1/4W
R728
R729
R730
R801
R802
1-215-863-11
1-216-353-00
1-215-860-11
1-216-675-11
1-216-097-91
METAL OXIDE
METAL OXIDE
METAL OXIDE
METAL CHIP
RES,CHIP
100
2.2
33
10K
100K
5% 1W
F
5% 1W
F
5% 1W
F
0.50%1/10W
5% 1/10W
R803
R804
R805
R806
R903
1-216-097-91
1-216-345-11
1-216-660-11
1-216-691-11
1-249-417-11
RES,CHIP
METAL OXIDE
METAL CHIP
METAL CHIP
CARBON
100K
0.47
2.4K
47K
1K
5% 1/10W
5% 1W
F
0.50%1/10W
0.50%1/10W
5% 1/4W
R904
R906
R907
R908
R909
1-249-417-11
1-216-073-00
1-260-087-11
1-216-057-00
1-216-057-00
CARBON
RES,CHIP
CARBON
RES,CHIP
RES,CHIP
1K
10K
100
2.2K
2.2K
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
1/4W
1/10W
1/2W
1/10W
1/10W
R910
R911
R912
R913
R914
1-249-411-11
1-249-413-11
1-249-417-11
1-247-807-31
1-247-807-31
CARBON
CARBON
CARBON
CARBON
CARBON
330
470
1K
100
100
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
1/4W
1/4W
1/4W
1/4W
1/4W
R915
R916
R917
R918
R919
1-216-065-00
1-216-077-00
1-216-077-00
1-249-417-11
1-249-417-11
RES,CHIP
RES,CHIP
RES,CHIP
CARBON
CARBON
4.7K
15K
15K
1K
1K
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
1/10W
1/10W
1/10W
1/4W
1/4W
R920
R922
R924
R925
R927
1-216-049-91
1-216-073-00
1-216-664-11
1-216-065-00
1-216-295-91
RES,CHIP
RES,CHIP
METAL CHIP
RES,CHIP
SHORT
1K
10K
3.6K
4.7K
0
5% 1/10W
5% 1/10W
0.50%1/10W
5% 1/10W
R929
R931
R933
R934
R935
1-216-065-00
1-216-659-11
1-249-419-11
1-249-429-11
1-247-807-31
RES,CHIP
METAL CHIP
CARBON
CARBON
CARBON
4.7K
2.2K
1.5K
10K
100
5% 1/10W
0.50%1/10W
5% 1/4W
5% 1/4W
5% 1/4W
R936
R937
R938
1-247-807-31 CARBON
1-249-417-11 CARBON
1-247-807-31 CARBON
100
1K
100
5%
5%
5%
1/4W
1/4W
1/4W
F
F
F
F
The components identified by [ in this
manual have been carefully factoryselected for eachset in order to satisfy
regulations regarding X-ray radiation.
Should replacement be required, replace
only with the value originally used.
CPD-200GS
DJ
REF.NO. PART NO.
DESCRIPTION
REMARK
R940
R941
1-215-431-00 METAL
1-216-643-11 METAL CHIP
2.7K
470
1% 1/4W
0.50%1/10W
R942
R943
R944
R945
R946
1-215-413-00 METAL
1-216-647-11 METAL CHIP
1-216-651-11 METAL CHIP
1-215-425-00 METAL
1-215-431-00 METAL
470
680
1K
1.5K
2.7K
1% 1/4W
0.50%1/10W
0.50%1/10W
1% 1/4W
1% 1/4W
R947
R948
R951
R952
R953
1-216-671-11 METAL CHIP
1-215-457-00 METAL
1-216-025-91 RES,CHIP
1-247-843-11 CARBON
1-216-073-00 RES,CHIP
6.8K
33K
100
3.3K
10K
0.50%1/10W
1% 1/4W
5% 1/10W
5% 1/4W
5% 1/10W
R954
R957
R958
RV601
1-216-073-00
1-216-017-91
1-216-017-91
1-215-435-00
10K
47
47
3.9K
5%
5%
5%
1%
REF.NO. PART NO.
The components
components identified
identified by
by shading
shading
The
¡ are
are critical
critical for
for safety.
safety.
and mark
mark ¡
and
Replace only
only with
with part
part number
number specified.
specified.
Replace
DESCRIPTION
REMARK
<THERMISTOR>
TH501 1-807-796-11 THERMISTOR
TH600¡1-810-990-11THERMISTOR
TH601¡1-809-827-21THERMISTOR, POSITIVE
<VARISTOR>
VA600 1-810-622-11 VARISTOR
VA601 1-810-271-21 VARISTOR ZNR-14DK471U
<CRYSTAL>
RES,CHIP
RES,CHIP
RES,CHIP
METAL
1/10W
1/10W
1/10W
1/4W
<VARIABLE RESISTOR>
[ RV501¡1-241-767-21RES, ADJ, CERMET
X901
X902
1-767-641-11 VIBRATOR, CRYSTAL
1-577-611-11 OSCILALTOR, CERAMIC
********************************************************************************
100K (HV ADJ)
* 8-933-303-00 J BOARD, COMPLETE
****************************
<RELAY>
<CAPACITOR>
RY500 1-755-137-11RELAY
RY601¡1-755-031-11RELAY
C1001 1-124-455-00 ELECT
C1002 1-124-455-00 ELECT
100MF
100MF
20% 16V
20% 16V
<SWITCH>
S601 ¡ 1-571-433-31
S901 1-692-431-21
S902 1-762-816-11
S903 1-692-431-21
S904 1-692-431-21
<CONNECTOR>
SWITCH, PUSH (AC POWER)
SWITCH, TACTILE (CONT+)
SWITCH, TACTILE (BRIGHT)
SWITCH, TACTILE (CONT-)
SWITCH, TACTILE (MENU)
CN1001*1-564-509-11PLUG, CONNECTOR 6P
CN1002 1-564-517-11PLUG, CONNECTOR 2P
<FERRITE BEAD>
S905
S906
S907
1-692-431-21 SWITCH, TACTILE (MUTE)
1-692-431-21 SWITCH, TACTILE (RESET)
1-692-431-21 SWITCH, TACTILE (MP)
FB1001
FB1002
FB1003
FB1004
FB1005
<SPARK GAP>
SG501 1-519-422-11 GAP, SPARK
1-216-295-91
1-216-295-91
1-216-295-91
1-216-295-91
1-216-295-91
SHORT
SHORT
SHORT
SHORT
SHORT
0
0
0
0
0
FB1006 1-216-295-91
FB1007 1-216-295-91
SHORT
SHORT
0
0
<TRANSFORMER>
T501 ¡ X-4035-481-1 TRANSFORMER ASSY, FLYBACK
(NX-4400//J1L4)
T503 1-429-109-11 TRANSFORMER, FERRITE (DFT)
T504 1-429-103-11 TRANSFORMER, FERRITE (HDT)
T505 1-426-998-11 TRANSFORMER, FERRITE (HST)
T601 ¡ 1-431-772-11 TRANSFORMER, CONVERTER (SRT)
<JACK>
J1001 1-568-267-11 JACK (HEAD PHONE)
J1002 1-568-267-21 JACK (AUDIO IN)
<RESISTOR>
R1001 1-249-403-11 CARBON
R1002 1-249-403-11 CARBON
Sony Corporation
9-978-612-01
Display Company
Computer Display Dept.
– 44 –
68
68
5%
5%
1/4W
1/4W
English
98BL05210-1
Printed in Japan
 1998. 2