KV43TR27
RM-781
SERVICE MANUAL
US Model
Chassis No. SCC-D37L-A
Canadian Model
Chassis No. SCC-D36H-A
P-3B CHASSIS
MODELS OF THE SAME SERIES
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KV-13TR24X
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KV-13TR14,‘13TR24
SPECIFICATIONS
Television
Channel
Picture
system
coverage
tube
Speaker
VHF : 2-13
Speaker Wattage
Approx. 2W
UHF : 14-69
Dimensions
Approx. 356X 331 X 407 mm (w/h/d)
Cable TV : 1-125
Weight
Approx. 10.5kg
Mirror
black
Trinitron
tube
13-inch
picture
14-inch
picture tube measured diagonally
measured
diagonally
Designs and specifications are subject to change without
VIDEO IN (phono jack) : lVp-p,
75ohms
unbalanced,
Impedance
812
American TV standards
sync
negative
notice.
AUDIO IN(phono jack) : 408mVrms
(100%
modulation)
impedance : 47k ohms
Power
Power
requirements
consumption
Accessories
120V AC, 60Hz
97W
(Max.)
3W (STAND BY)
supplied
Remote Commander RM-781
.
with 2 size AA (R6) batteries
VHF/UHF telescopic dipole antenna (1)
Antenna connector (1)
Optional
accessories
U/V mixer EAC-66
Connecting
cord
VMG606M/607M,
etc.
Speaker size :
77mm
X
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TRINITRONB COLOR TV
SONY@
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Section
1.
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GENERAL
1-1. Location of Controls.. .......................................
l-2. Presetting TTJ Channels.. .................... Z.. ...........
1-3. Watching TT,~ Programs.. ..................................
l-4. Adjusting the Picture .......................................
1-5.
l-6.
2.
Title
3. SET-UP ADJUSTMENTS
3-l. Beam Landing .................................................
3-2. Convergence.. ..................................................
3-3. Focus ..............................................................
3-4. Sub BRT .........................................................
3-5. White Balance .................................................
WARNING
AN
4. SAFETY RELATED ADJUSTMENT.......................
.
5
ISOLATION
THE CHASSIS OF THIS RECEIVER
NECTED TO THE AC POWER LINE.
12
BE
COMPONENT
IS
USED
SHOCK
DIRECTLY
WARNING
CON-
REPLACE
THESE
COMPONENTS
WHOSE PART NUMBERS APPEAR
BY SONY.
CIRCUIT ADJUSTMENTS
CRITICAL TO SAFE OPERATION AkE
IDENTIFIED IN THIS MANUAL.
FOLLOW THESE PROCEDURES
WHENEVER
CRITICAL
COMPONENTS
ARE
OR
IMPROPER
OPERATION
IS
SUSPECTED.
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7.
EXPLODED VIEW . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28
8.
ELECTRICAL
PARTS
LIST .
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AFIN D ’ E V I T E R T O U T R I S Q U E D ’ E L E C T R O C U T I O N
P R O V E N A N T D ’ U N CHkBIS SOUS T E N S I O N , U N
TRANSFORMATEUR
D’ISOLEMENT
DOIT E T R E
UTILISC LORS DE TOUT DiPANNAGE.
LE CHk!SlS DE CE RiCEPtEUR
EST DIRECTEMENT
RACCORO~
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L’ALIMENTATION SECTEUR.
!!
AS SHOWN IN THIS MANUAL OR IN SUPPLEMENTS
REPLACED
6. DIAGRAMS
6-1. Circuit Board Location.. .................................
6-2. Printed Wiring Board .....................................
6-3. Schematic Diagram ..........................................
6-4. Semiconductors.. ..............................................
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14
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COMPONENTS IDENTIFIED BY SHADING AND MARK
A ON THE SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS, EXPLODED
VIEWS AND IN THE PARTS LIST ARE CRITICAL TO
PUBLISHED
THAT ARE
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11
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ADJUSTMENTS
Adjustment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
....
ATTENTION!!
SHOULD
DURING ANY SERVICE TO AVOID POSSIBLE
HAZARD, BECAUSE OF LIVE CHASSIS.
SAFE OPERATION.
WITH SONY PARTS
ELECTRICAL
5-1. A Board
!!
TRANSFORMER
SAFETY-RELATED
5.
.
6
Enjoying the Convenient Features ....................7
Timer/Block.. ...................................................
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DISASSEMBLY
2-l. Service Position ..............................................
2-2. Picture Tube Removal ....................................
Section
ATTENTION
AUX
COMPOSANTS
ShURITi!!
RELATIFS
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L E S C O M P O S A N T S IDENTIFIiS
PAR UNE TRAME ET
PAR UNE MARQUE ASUR LES SCHiMAS DE PRiNCIPE,
L E S V U E S EXPLOSiES
E T L E S LISTES D E P I E C E S
S O N T D*UirE I M P O R T A N C E C R I T I Q U E P O U R L A
SiCURlTi D U F O N C T I O N N E M E N T . N E L E S REMPLACER QUE PAR DES COMPOSANTS SONY DONT LE
NUMiRO
DE PIiCE EST INDlOUi
DANS LE PRhENT
MANUEL OU DANS DES SUPPLiMENTB
PUBLliS PAR
SONY. LES RiGLAGES
DE ‘*CIRCUIT DONT L’IMPORT A N C E E S T C R I T I Q U E P O U R L A SkCURITi
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FONCTIONNEMENT SONT IDENTIFIES DANS LE
PRiSENT
MANUEL. SUIVRE CES PROCiDURES
LORS
DE CHAOUE REMPLACEMENT DE COMPOSANTS
CRITIQUES. OU LORSQU’UN MAUVAIS FONCTIONNEMENT EST SUSPECTi.
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KV-13W871
SAFETY CHECK-OUT
(US Model only)
After correcting the original service problem,
perform the following safety checks before releasing
the set to the customer:
1.
Check the area of your repair for unsoldered or
poorly-soldered connections. Check the entire
board surface for solder splashes and bridges.
2.
Check the inierboard wiring to ensure that no
wires are “pinched” or contact high-wattage
resistors.
3.
4.
Check that all control knobs, shields, covers,
ground straps, and mounting hardware have
been replaced. Be absolutely certain that you
have replaced all the insulators.
Look for unauthorized replacement parts, particularly transistors, that were installed during a
previous repair. Point them out to the customer
and recommend their replacement.
5.
Look for parts which, though functioning, show
obvious signs of deterioration. Point them out
to the customer and recommend their replacement ,
6.
Check the line cord for cracks and abrasion.
Recommend the replacement of any such line
cord to the customer.
7.
Check the condition of the monopole antenna
(if any).
Make sure the end is not broken off, and has
the plastic cap on it. Point out the danger of
impalement on a broken antenna to the
customer, and’ recommend the antenna’s
replacement.
8.
Check the B+ and HV to see they are at the
values specified. Make sure your instruments
are accurate; be suspicious of your HV meter
if sets always have low HV.
9.
Check the antenna terminals, meta! trim,
“metallized” knobs, screws, and all other
exposed metal parts for AC leakage. Check
leakage as described below.
LEAKAGE TEST
The AC leakage from any exposed metal part to
earth ground and from all exposed metal parts to any
exposed metal part having a return to chassis, must
not exceed 0.5 mA (500 microampers). Leakage
current can be measured by any one of three
methods.
1.
A
commercial leakage tester, such as the
Simpson 229 or RCA WT-540A. Follow the
manufacturers’ instructions to use these instruments.
2.
A battery-operated AC milliammeter. The Data
Precision 245 digital multimeter is suitable for
this job.
3.
Measuring the voltage drop across a resistor by
means of a VOM or battery-operated AC voltmeter. The “limit” indication is 0.75V, so
analog meters must have an accurate lowvoltage scale. The Simpson 250 and Sanwa
SH-63Trd are examples of a passive VOM that
is suitable. Nearly all battery operated digital
multimeters that have a 2V AC range are
suitable. (See Fig. A)
HOW TO FIND A GOOD EARTH GROUND
A cold-water pipe is guaranteed earth ground; the
cover-plate retaining screw on most AC outlet boxes is
also at earth ground. If the retaining screw is to be
used as your earth-ground, verify that it is at ground
by measuring the resistance between it and a coldwater pipe with an ohmmeter. The reading should be
zero ohms. If a cold-water pipe is not accessible,
connect a 60-100 .watts trouble light (not a neon
lamp) between the hot side of the receptacle and the
retaining screw. Try both slots, if necessary, to locate
the hot side of the line, the lamp should light at
normal brilliance if the screw is at ground potential.
(See Fig. B)
To Exposed Me tat
Parts on Set
Trouble Light
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AC
0.15pF
voltmeter
10.75 VI
Cold-water
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liig.
A.
Earth
Ground
Using an AC voltmeter to check AC leakage.
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Fig. 6.
Checking for earth ground.
Pipe
SECTION I
GENERAL
l-l. LOCATION OF CONTROLS
Ffefer to the paimdlcated I” 0 for detals
RemotecornmandsrRY-781
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MUTING
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button
button
POWER switch
TIMER/BLOCK setting buttons (TIMER/BLOCK, CLEAR, AM/PM,
OFF/REPEAT)
Picture adjusting buttons
(SELECT, RESET, LEVEL 16)
Channel presetting buttons (AUTO PGM, ADD, ERASE)
CABLE
button
* TV/VIDEO
Channel
number
buttons
ENTER
DISPLAY
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PICTURE
TV,VIDEO
VOLUME
button
+/-
CHANNEL
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TfMER
buttons
+/-
buttons
bOWER
On-screen displays
a * Channel numbers
. “MUTfNG”or “SLEEP” mdlcatlon
. ‘ V I D E O lndlcatu3n
b) - ‘AUTO PROGRAM’, ‘TIMER or TIMER
BLOCK mdlcaton
c) * Bar dwplay for volume OP picture adJustmeN
. Currpnt +,me for Twner/Block
detector
buttons
JUMP
button
button
* CH (channel) +/-buttons
* VOL (volume) +I- buttons -
lamp
switch
-The functions of these buttons
are also available on ihe TV.
. In normal operaton. batteries will last up to half a year.lf
the Commander does not operate properly, the batteries
might be exhausted Replace them wth new ones.
l To avoid
damage from posstble battery leakage, remove
the battenes when the Commander wll not be used for a
long me.
l If a Remote Commander that IS not recommended IS used
to operate this N. or of the suppked Remote Commander 1s
used to operate another N. the TV may not operate
properly
A U D I O IN jack
VIDEO IN jack
VHF/UHF
control
button
+I-
button
-
antenna
terminal
l-2. PRESETTING TV CHANNELS
1
Press POWER on the TV or the Remote
Commander to turn the N on.
Press
AUTO
2
-ENTER
To preset VHF or UHF To preset cable TV
channels
channels
3
Press the channel number button(s) and then ENTER to select
the channel to be added or erased.
1
To add channels - Press A
ADD
PGM.
a
A ‘+ appears ior a moment
This channel has now bee” added to the channel scan memory
To erase channels - Press ERASE.
ERASE
“AUTO PROGRAM IS dlsplayed on the screen and recavable
channels (other than the channels already preset) wll be preset I ”
numerical sequence The channels prewously preset reman I ” the
umt’s memory
When no more channels can be found the programrmng stops ant
the lowest numbered channel IS dIsplayed
T3
A - appears for a moment
Thus channel has now bee” erased from the channel scan memory
The next t,me the CH +/- button IS pressed this channel will be
skipped
Repeat steps 1 and 2 for other channels to be added or erased
RM-781
Recewable
I VHF 2.13
channels of thls TV are:
1UHF ,469
Cable 1 125
To add the channels that could not be preset wth automatic
p,og,amm,ng because the,, s,gna, strength was loo weak or lo
erase unnecessary channels, follow the steps I” To preset only
the dewed channeis on the next Page
CableT” channel chart’
Cable T V systems use letters or numbers 10 designate channels
To tune I” a channel refer lo the cha” below
T O check Preset channels
PESS CH +,I
I, the “VIDEO” md,catlon IS dasplayed on the screen
Press the TVNIDEO bunon on the TV or the Remote
Commander so that a channel “umber appears
1
5
6
14
Number on this T V
Correspo”d!“g CAT” channel A 8 A-7 A-6 A
39 ................
Check
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17
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w,th your local cable T V company for more complete
,nformabon on the ava,,able channels
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19
20
21
22
23
24
FGHIJK
97
98
99
100 to,
25
26
27
28
29
30
LMNOPrI
95
96
102 ..__
123 124
115
W.82 W.83 wed
1\4 4\3 .a2 1\? w-59w.60~.6
. The des,g”at,on of the cable T V channels conformS 10 the
EWNCTA recommendat~o”
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l-3. WATCHING TV PROGRAMS
1
14. ADJUSTING THE PICTURE
Press SELECT repeatedly unto1 the on-screen display of the Item lo be adjusted
appears. then press LEVEL +/-
Press POWER on the N or the Remote
Commander to turn the N on.
HUE
- LEVEL +
RESET
SELECT
Press CABLE so that the appropriate
LEVEL+/-
purplish
To wew VHF or UHF
channels
To wew cabel TV
channels
- LEVEL +
-PICTURE +/-
3
no
Select a channel in one of the followmg
To scan the preset
channels in numerICal
SeCf”e”Ce,
press CH +I-
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two ways:
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To select a channel dwectly,
press the channel number
button(s) and then ENTER
For example, to select channel
10. press 1 0 and ENTER
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c o l o r mterwty BRIGHT
RM-781
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ENTER-
0
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1
TO
mcrease
L color lntenslty
(brightness)
- LEVEL +
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D a r k e r 1’
SHARP
RM-781
4
-
.y Srlghter
(sharpness)
- LEVEL +
press VOL + or-to adlust the volume.
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0
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To adlust plCt”FZ
COtItraSt
Note
To turn off the N
Press POWER on the TV or the Remote Commander awn
Sharper
IZFPICTURE
press to InCreaSe pcture
cm,,ras, w,,h wwd color
l-5. ENJOYING THE CONVENIENT FEATURES
l-6.
TIMER/BLOCK
Internal
clock
Muting the sound
- S L E E P
MUTING-
Press
MUTING.
The “MUTING” indication will appear on the screen.
To restore the sound. press MUTING agal” or VOL +
Keeping
the
channel
displayed
Press DISPLAY.
To make the channel display disappear, press DISPLAY
agal”.
Once the Internal clock IS set. the current time will appear on the screen.
It IS necessary to set the clock correctly to activate the program stalt TIMER and channel
Program start TlMER
Channel
BLOCK
Makes a program of your choice appear on the screen automatically at the dewed time.
Blocks a channel from appearmg on the screen for 12 hours.
Use channel BLOCK to mevent children from watchma undesirable proarams.
Using the SLEEP timer
- J U M P
DISPLAY-
Press SLEEP
The TV will be turned off automatically after about one hour.
The green “SLEEP ON” indication will appear on the screen
for a few seconds when SLEEP 1s pressed and the red
“SLEEP” indication will appear one mmute before the TV is
turned off.
To cancel the SLEEP timer, press SLEEP agam. or turn off
the TV. The “SLEEP OFF” indication will appear when
SLEEP is pressed agam.
Switching quickly between two channels
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Press JUMP
Each time JUMP IS pressed. the channel which appeared on
the screen directly before IS recalled. Thts button enables
you to keep track of two programs alternately.
The buttons used for the above functions
are located on the Remote Commander.
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CLEAR
TIMER/BLOCK
To set the mternal clock, program start TIMER and channel BLOCK, YOU
must summon the corresponding “pages”. “clock page.” “TIMER page”
and “BLOCK page.”
To change the “pages”. press TIMEWBLOCK.
IT/Bstands for the TIMEWBLOCK button.
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“AM”/“PM”
indication disappears
AM/PM
OFF/REPEAT
Channel number
buttons
ENTER
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before “AM/PM”
T/B
a All settmgs will be erased from the unit3 memory it the
failure omws.
. The TIMER and BLOCK will overate ontv if :he clock is
. ,I the TIMER and BLOCK are ;et tar o”&pp,“g times
blocked channel wilt appear on the screen at the time set
umt 15 unplugged. or if a power
set correctI”.
.,n the sam; channel. the
on the TIMER.
Make sure that the clock has been set correctly before Setting the channel BLOCK.
Example: To set the clock to 9:OS PM
Example: To set the BLOCK for a
1
Press TIMER/BLOCK once to change from “normal page”
to “clock page.TIMEWBLOCK
1
program
which begins at 930 AM on channel 9
Press TIMER/BLOCK three times to change from “normal
page” to “BLOCK page.”
TIMEWBLOCK
“clock page”
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“BLOCK
(indications
2
Press 0.9,O. 5 AM/PM (0 necessary).
3
If you have performed the operation correctly, press
ENTER.
The numbers will “wmk” to Indicate that the clock has been
set. (The 0 m front will disappear.)
ENTER
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2
Press 0.9.3.0. ENTER (0 necessary).
Numbers will “wmk” to Indicate that the time has been Set.
Press 8, ENTER (0 not necessary). Numbers will “wmk” to
Indicate that the channel has been Set.
The BLOCK has now been set.
If you have made a mstake, press CLEAR and return to
step 2.
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If you have made a mistake, press CLEAR and return to step 2.
The “AM/PM” indication will disappear after 2 seconds.
To summon “TIMER page,” press TIMER/BLOCK before
the “AM”/“PM” indication disappears.
To retwn to “normal page,” press TIMER/BLOCK after
the “AM”/“PM” indication has disappeared.
To reset the clock, s”mm~” “cloCk page” and Press CLEAR
before the “AMY’PM” indication disappears. Then follow the
At the preset time, the picture of the selected channel will
be blocked from wew and the sound will be muted.
A red “BLOCKED’ indication will appear on the screen while
the channel is blocked.
Normal reception will be resumed after 12 hours.
To return to normal reception white the channel is blocked,
recall “BLOCK page” and press CLEAR.
The BLOCK setting blocks a speafled channel for the same
12.how pewad everyday.
T O clear BLOCK setting. summon “BLOCK page” and Press
CLEAR.
To reset, clear the setting and follow fhe steps above from
steo 2.
page”
m red)
Make sure that the clock has been set correctly before
setting the program start TIMER.
Example: To set the TIMER for a program which begins at IO:30 PM on channel 12
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1
Press TIMERBLOCK once to change from
“normal page” to “clock page.”
TIMEWBLOCK
2
Press TIMER/BLOCK before the “AWf’PM”
indlcabon disappears and summon “TIMER
page ,*
TIMER/BLOCK
“clock page”
“TIMER
3
4
Press 1.0.3.0, AM/PM, ENTER
Numbers will “v,“W lo lndlcate that the bme has
been SB,
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.
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AM/PM
page”
ENTER
Press 1,2, ENTER (0 not necessary)
Numbers will “wmk” to mdlcate that the
channel has been set
The TIMER lamp wtll ltght up to lndlcate that the TIMER has
been set
If you have made a nIlstake, p’ess CLEAR and ref”m 10 step 3
A, the preset tme, the selected channel WI,, appear on the screen
and the TIMER lamp wtll go out The TIMER w,,, operate whether
you are wa,ch,ng a TV Program or a VCR playback. or eve” If you
have turned OR the TV
If no button is pressed within 2 hours after the preset time. an
‘OFF ,“d,ca,,on “,,I, appear on the screen for 1 m,n”,e If a bunon
1s sttll no, ,o”cCed during the 1 m,n”,e. the TV wl, turn o”
a”tOmatlCally a* a safely precautvx
me TIMER operates Only once. but the bme and the channel I”,,,
remam m fhe “W’s memory
If you want to preset the same channel at the same time for a
MUE de,press OFF~EPEAT me TIMER lamp w,, ,lght “p
lo indwte ,hai the TIMER has been r.?acWa,ed
If you want to deact,vate the TIMER, press OFF/REPEAT
agan so that ,he TIMER ‘amp goes out I, IS no, necessary to
summa” -TIMER page” to “se the OFF/REPEAT bun””
F”“hermore. ,h,s button 15 effective even 1, the TV has bee”
,“m?.d ofi
To clear the TlUER setting. summon “TIMER page” and press
CLEAR
To reset. clear the seblng and lollaw the s,ePs from step 3
SECTION 2
DISASSEMBLY
2-l. SERVICE POSITION
Pull out and turn up the A board
in the direction shown by the arrow.
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2-2. PICTURE TUBE REMOVAL
Note :
Follow the disassembly procedure in the
numerical order given.
@ COIL DEMAGNETIZATION
@ C BOARD
@I DEFLECTION YOKE
\
@ A BOARD
@ SPEAKER -
@I TWO SCREWS
8 TWO SCREWS
@I PICTURE TUBE
0 ANODE CAP -
CUSHION
REMOVAL OF ANODE-CAP
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* REMOVING PROCEDURES
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Anode button
@Turn up one side of the rubber cap in
the direction indicated by the arrow @.
@Using a thumb pull up the rubber cap
firmly in the direction indicated by the
arrow @.
@When one side of the rubber cap is
separated from the anode button, the
snode-cap
can be removed by turning
up the rubber cap and pulling up it in
the direction of the arrow 6%
1 HOW TO HANDLE AN ANODE-CAP
0
Q
0
Don’t hurt the surface of anode-caps with
sharp shaped material!
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.
Don’t turn the foot of rubber over hardly!
The shatter-hook terminal will stick out or
hurt the rubber.
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SECTION 3
SET-UP ADJUSTMENTS
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The following abjustments should be made when
a complete realignment is required or a new
Perform the adjustments in order as follows :
picture tube is installed.
2. Convergence
These abjustments should be performed with rated
3. Focus
1. Beam Landing
power supply voltage unless otherwise noted.
4. Sub Brightness
Controls and switch should be set as follows unless
5. White Balance
otherwise noted :
Note
PICTURE control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . MAXIMUM
: Test Equipment Repuired.
1. Color-bar/Pattern Generator
BRIGHTNESS control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . MAXIMUM
2.
Degausser
3-1. BEAM LANDING
Preparation.
0
Feed in the white pattern.
0
Before starting, degauss the entire screen.
1.
2.
Loosen deflection yoke screw.
Adjust purity control as shown in Fig.3-1.
3.
Slide deflection yoke as far forward as it will go.
4.
Turn the raster signal of the pattern generator to
PURITY CONTROL
red.
5.
Adjust purity control to center vertical red band
6.
Slide deflection yoke back for a uniform red screen.
7.
Check green and blue rasters for uniformity by
Fig. 3-l.
as shown in Fig.3-2.
performing the same way as steps 4, 5 and 6.
this bea.
1 [ yaas la-d). ]
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Tighten the deflection yoke screw.
9.
Check if mislanding appears at corners a-d as
shown in Fig. 3-3. If mislandig is observed, correct
it as shown in Fig. 3-3.
1 0 . Confirm that beam landing is correct when the
receiver is faced in all directions.
Fig.
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3-3.
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3-2.
CONVERGENCE
Preparation
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4.
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Before starting, perform FOCUS, H. SIZE and V.
SIZE adjustments.
Set BRIGHTNESS control to fully counterclock wise.
Feed in the dot pattern.
KV-133;fW&‘,
When the V.STAT magnet is moved in the
direction of arrow @ and @ , Red, Green and
Blue dots move as shown below.
(1) Horizontal and Vertical Static Convergence
Center dot
El
B
G DRIVE
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R
B BKG
G BKG
R BKG
SUB BRT
1.
2.
3.
0
Adjust H. STAT VR to coincide red, green and
blue dots on the center of screen.
(Horizontal movement)
Adjust V. STAT magnet to coincide red, green
and blue dots on the center of screen.
(Vertical movement)
If the red, green and blue dots do not coincide on
the center of screen with H. STAT VR, perform
horizontal convergence adjustment using H.
STAT VR and V. STAT magnet as shown below.
(In this case, H. STAT VR and V. STAT magnet
effect each other.)
Tilt the V.STAT magnet and adjust static convergence to open or close the V. STAT magnet.
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If blue dot dose not coincide with red and green
dots,
perform
following
steps.
Move BMC magnet (a) to correct insufficient
H. static convergence.
Rotate BMC magnet (b) to correct insufficient
V. static convergence.
In either case, repeat Beam Landing Adjtstment.
MC Magnet
(2) Dynamic Convergence Adjustment
3-3. FOCUS (G4)( RV707)
Preparation
Adjust FOCUS control for a best picture.
l
:
Before starting, perform Horizontal and Vertical
Static Convergence Adjustment.
3-4. SUB BRT (RV709)
1.
Loosen deflection yoke screw.
1.
Feed in a cross-hatch pattern.
2.
3.
Remove deflection yoke spacers.
Move the deflection yoke for best convergence as
2.
Set PICTURE and BRIGHTNESS to minimum.
3.
Turn RV709
4.
5.
(SUB BRT) slowly to obtain a faintly
shown below.
visible
cross-hatch.
Tighten the deflection yoke screw.
Install the deflection yoke spacers.
3-5. WHITE BALANCE
Feed in the cross-hatch pattern.
1 . Set BRIGHTNESS and PICTURE controls
to miniium.
2.
Turn RV704 (B.DRIVE) and RV702 (G.
DRIVE) fully counterclockwise.
3.
Set RV701 (R.BKG), RV703 (G.BKG), RV
705 (B.BKG) and RV709 (SUB BRT) to
mechanical center.
Turn RV706(SCREEN) slowly to obtain a
faintly visible cross-hatch. Note the color
that frost becomes visible by turning RV708.
Do not turn a BKG control for this color.
Adjust the other two BKG controls for best
white balance (neutral gray) of the faint
cross-hatch.
Set BRIGHTNESS and PICTURE controls
to maximum. Observe the screen and adjust
the DRIVE controls for best white balance.
7.
(3)
Screen-corner
Repeat Steps 1 through 6 several times.
Convergence
Permalloy
14 -
SECTION 4
SAFETY RELATED ADJUSTMENT
R R568 CONFIRMATION METHOD (HOLD-DOWN
CONFIRMATION) AND READJUSTMENTS
When replacing the following components (marked
with 0 on the schematic diagram) , always perform
the adjustment as follows :
IC301, D502, C514, C517, C518, C525, C530, C561,
R512, R521, R522, R555, R556, R567, R568, T503, DY
(3) Hold-down readjustment
When step(2) is not satisfied, readjustment should
be performed by altering the resistance value of R
568 (a component marked with 6).
(4) Confirmation of hold-down errorneous operation
l.Turn the POWER switch ON, and receive dot
signals and set the PICTURE and BRIGBTNESS
controls to minimum.
2. Confirm that the hold-down circuit does not
operate by turning the POWER switch ON and
OFF repeatedly several times.
(1) Preparation before confirmation
1. Turn the POWER switch ON, and receive entirely dot signals and set the PICTURE and BRIGBTNESS controls to minimum.
2. Confirm that voltage of T85 is more than 25.0f
2.5V DC when set is operating normally with 120
V AC supply.
NOTE : If the hold-down circuit starts operating in
the above case, switch OFF the POWER of
the set immediately.
(2) Hold-down operation confirmation
1. Turn the POWER switch ON, and receive entirely dot signals and set the PICTURE and BRIGIITNESS controls to minimum.
2. Apply DC voltage to the check terminal of TP85
via lT40 from the DC stabilized power source.
Confirm that the minimum voltage is less than
*30.7V whereby the raster disappears during of
hold-down circuit.
NOTE : when the hold-down circuit starts operating,
switch OFF the POWER of the set immediately.
TP85
T503 ; FBT ;
I
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3. Turn the POWER switch ON, and receive dot
signals and entirely white signals, and set the
PICTURE and BRIGHTNESS controls to maximum.
KV- 13TR27
RM-781
I
4. Confirm that the hold-down circuit does not
operate by performing switchover of the channels
of the dot signals and entirely white signals
several times.
NOTE : If the hold-down circuit starts operating in
the above case, switch OFF the POWER of
the set immediately.
5. If the above-mentioned steps 1 to 4 are not
satisfied reconfirm steps (2) to (4) by altering the
R568 smaller resistance value (a component
marked with a).
*Use a digital multimeter who& input impedance
is over 100MQ when confirming the voltage of
TP85.
B+ VOLTAGE CONFIRMATION
The following adjustments should always be performed w,hen replacing IC601.
1. Supply 130tgV AC to with variable auto-transformer.
2. Receive Monoscope signals.
3. Set the PICTURE and BRIGHTNESS controls
in to Initial Reset.
4. Confirm the voltage of pin @ of IC601 is less
than 137.2OV DC.
5. If step 4 is not satisfied, replace IC601 and repeat
above steps.
digital
multimeter
regulated-dc
power supply
digital
multimeter
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SECTION 5
ELECTRICAL ADJUSTMENTS
5-l. A BOARD ASDJUSTMENT
- Component Side -
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RV401
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RV402
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A board
IBAR
1.
2.
3.
POSITION
ADJUSTMENT
IH.FREQ
(~vl0l)l
Receive a cblor-bar signal.
Set the PI&TURE button to maximum.
Adjust RVlOl to the point where the arrow indicate.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
IRF
1.
2.
AGC ADJUSTMENT (w201)/
Recive an off-air signal.
Adjust AGC VR (AGC VR of IF’201) so that
snow noise and cross-modulation just disappear
from the picture.
ISUB CONTRAST ADJUSTMENT (RV303)(
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Receive a color-bar signal.
PICTURE . . . . . . . . . . MAX
BRT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CENTER
COLOR . . . . . . . . . . . . MIN
Connect circuit between Base of Q354 and 9.3V
line with a jumper wire.
Draw A-8 - C-3 connector (C Board).
Connect an oscilloscope to the pin @ of A-8
connector (blue out).
Adjust RV303 (SUB CONT) so that voltage is
2.1 rt o.o5vp-p.
whrte
ADJUSTMENT
(Rv501)l
Receive an off-air signal.
Connect circuit between pin @ of IC301 (H IN)
and pin @ of IC301 (VCCZ) with a jumper wire.
Connect the frequency counter across Base of Q
550 and ground.
Adjust RV501 for 15,734kHz-t50Hz
on the frequency counter.
Disconnect a jumper wire from IC301.
Iv.FREQ ADJUSTMENT (~v502)j
1 . Receive an off-air signal.
2 . Connect circuit between pin @ of IC301 (V IN)
and pin @ of IC301 (VCCZ) with a jumper wire.
3. Connect the fre uency counter across DY-1
and ground.
connector (V.DY 6- )
4. Adjust RV502 for 55.0+0.3Hz on the frequency
counter.
5. Disconnect a jumper wire from IC301.
D Y- 1 connector
CHECK
point
Il.
2.
3.
I
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2.
3.
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Recive a cross-hatch signal.
Set PICTURE and BRT to normal.
Adjust H.CENT (H.CENT TAP=A-13) for best
picture.
Receive a cross-hatch signal.
Set PICTURE and BRT to normal.
Adjust V.CENT (S501) for best picture.
,
KV- 13TR27
RM-781
MEMO
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RM-781
SECTION 6
DIAGRAMS
6-1. CIRCUIT BOARD LOCATION
. Voltages are dc with respect to ground unless otherwise
noted.
* All voltages are in V.
* Reading are taken with a color-bar signal input.
. Reading are taken with a NTSC 358 color-bar signal input
9 Voltage variations may be noted due to normal production tolerances
.
: B+ bus.
.
m
*
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8: B- bus
signal
path.
* Voltage in audio circuit are measured receving
the
FM broadcast.
Reference information
RESISTOR
COIL
: RN
: RC
: FPRD
METAL FILM
SOLID
NONFLAMMABLE
: FUSE
: RS
NONFLAMMABLE FUSIBLE
NONFLAMMABLE WIREWOUND
NONFLAMMABLE CEMENT
: RB
: LF8L
CARBON
MICRO INDUCTOR
: TA
: PS
TANTALUM
: PP
POLYPROPYLENE
Note :
: PT
MYLAR
* All capacitors are in r~ F unless otherwise noted. pF : Jo IJ F
: MPS
METALIZED POLYESTER
METALIZED POLYPROPYLENE
CAPACITOR
50WV or less are not indicated except for
: MPP
: ALB
electrolytics.
* All resistors are in ohms.
. internal component.
: -&- I nonflammable resistor.
STYROL
BIPOLAR
: ALT
HIGH TEMPERATURE
: ALR
HIGH RIPPLE
* e : fusible resistor.
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rating electrical power, is as follows.
-1
* All variable end adjustable resistors have characteristic
curve B, unless otherwise noted.
q
* 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 reauired, replace only with the
value originally used.
* When replacing components identified by
q
, make the
necessary adjustments indicated. If results do not meet
the specified value, change the component identified by
q
and repeat the adjustment until the specified value is
achieved.(Refer
l
to R381 adjustment on Page 15, 16.)
When replacing the part in below table, be sure to perform the related adjustment.
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M34302M8-514SP
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RD33ES-L3
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RD5.1 ES-L2
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SECTION 7
EXPLODED VIEW
NOTE:
* 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.
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:BVTP3x12
7-685-648-79
:BVTP4x16
7-68566379
REF.NU. PART NO.
------- -------;
:
X-4030-231-1
4-029-195-01
4-393-158-02
4-393-151-02
4-393-157-01
4-393-152-01
l-544-499-11
shadingandmark
DESCRZPfION
--_--------
unetrame etune marque
sontcritiques pourla securite
Ne les remplacerque parune
REMARK /REF.NO. PART NO.
---___ ;------- -------I
CABINET SUB ASSY (WITH BEZEL SUB ASSY) 2j 18 iA-1331-045-A
BOSS (A), ADHESIVE
PANEL, ORNAMENTAL
PLATE, LIGHT GUIDE
EMBLEM (N0.6), SONY
BARRIER
SPEAKER
I-452-277-00 MAGNET, BMC
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DESCRIPTION
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C BOARD, COMPLETE
I-452-094-00 MAGNET, ROTATABLE DISK: 15MM 4
X-4308-815-0 PERMALLOY ASSY. CONVERGENCE
REMARh
SECTION 8
ELECTRICAL PARTS LIST
qA
NOTE:
Items marked ' * ' are not stocked
since they are seldom required for
routine service. Some delay should be
anticipated when ordering these items.
When indicating parts by
. All variable and adjustable resistors . MFCAPACITORS
: ,,F, PF : wF
have characteristic curve 5, unless
otherwise noted.
unetrame etune marque B
sontcrltlquespourlasecurlte
Ne les remplacerque par
RESISTORS
* Al 1 resistors are in ohms
'F: nonflarmable
DESCRIPTION -----------
REF.NO. PART NO.
------- --------
REMARK
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*l-508-766-00
PIN, CONNECTOR (5MM PITCH) 4P
3-531-576-31 RIVET (DIA. 3), NYLON
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l-506-348-99 PIN. CONNECTOR
*l-508-786-00 PIN, CONNECTOR
*l-580-798-11 CONNECTOR PIN
*I-508-768-00 PIN, CONNECTOR
I-564-507-11 PLUG, CONNECTOR
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*l-564-509-11 PLUG, CONNECTOR 6P
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Cl33 1-101-880-00
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CERAMIC
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16V
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The components ldentlfled
by M m this manual
have been carefully factory-selected for each setm
order to satisfy regulatmns
regardmg
X-ray radiation.
Should replacement be reqwred,
replace only with
the value originally
used
:EF.NO. PART NO.
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CERAMIC
MYLAR
ELECT
ELECT
ELECT
220PF
%ZMF
330MF
, 330MF
C547 l-102-212-00 CERAMIC
C548 I-102-212-00 CERAMIC
C549 I-106-369-00 MYLAR
C551 l-102-212-00 CERAMIC
I:552 I-124-478-11 ELECT
820PF
820PF
&GM"
IOOMF
C555 l-136-165-00 FILM
C557 l-124-925-11 ELECT
C558 I-124-925-11 ELECT
C56I I-124-925-11 ELECT
C562 1-126-101-11 ELECT
O.lMF
2.2MF
10%
10%
2or
3
;%
IiOMF
2KV
5ov
%
5oov
2oov
16OV
'5OOV i
5oov5OV
:i;
::II
I6V
LEF.NO. PART NO.
._----- --------
DESCRIPTION
-----------
REMARK
D113 8-719-911-19 DIODE ISSI19
D114 8-719-911-19 DIODE lSS119
0115 g-719-109-74 DIODE RD4.3ES-B
D126 8-719-911-19 DIODE lSSII9
D127 8-719-911-19 DIODE lSSl19
D128 8-719-911-19 DIODE ISS119
D157 8-719-911-19 DIODE ISS119
D159 8-719-911-19 DIODE lSS119
0241 8-719-110-17 DIODE RDIOES-B2
D245 8-719-110-33 DIODE RDl2ES-B3
;;I; a-719-911-19 DIODE ISSII9
8-719-911-19 DIODE lSS119
D317 S-719-911-19 DIODE ISS119
D401 8-719-300-33 DIODE RU-3AM
D402 8-719-911-19 DIODE lSS119
0403 8-719-911-19 DIODE lSS119
D405 8-719-110-33 DIODE RD12ES-B3
0408 8-719-110-14 DIODE RDg.IES-B3
D501 8-719-911-55 DIODE U05G
D502 8-719-109-89 DIODE RD5.6ES-B2
D504 8-719-911-55 DIODE U05G
D505 8-719-911-55 DIODE UO5G
D508 8-719-300-33 DIODE RU-3AM
D511 A:&-719-961-03 DIODE RGPlOG
: 1
D512 t-719-901-94 -DIODE V19CS
D513 8-719-976-64 DIODE RGPOZ-17
D514 &8-719-961~033D1ODE RGP-1OG .. : '. ' 'i
D561 E-719-911-19 DIODE lSS119
D601 ~8-~19-80*1~7~~~.~mDE T-VR$J.- *. ---.; f
D602"~8-7-19-80~~7a~:"DMBE.TVR4J
D60~~-s~7~19-go1;7~~~DIODE
TVR4J '- : ;
D604-&8-7:19~801-70.:-~~D~ODE
-TVR$J- ,i i 1
D605 8-719-120-53 DIODE RDS.lES-L2
D606 8-719-911-19 DIODE
D607 8-719-304-63 DIODE
D608 B-719-304-63 DIODE
D609 8-719-911-55 DIODE
::
-;jj
;
ISSI19
RMIIC
RMllC
U05G
<FUSE>
C602
C603
C604
C605
C606
l-125-182-00 ELECT
1-161-830-00 CERAMIC
I-161-830-00 CERAMIC
I-123-948-00 ELECT
1~126-101-11 ELECT
330MF
20%
Oo~K~~
2iMF
IOOMF
;g
C607 I-124-472-11 ELECT
C616
I-124-046-00 ELECT
C617 I-124-046-00 ELECT
<NETWORK>
F601 B 1:532-748-1lt> FUSE,. ~~ASS;:TU8~,~-6~38/125~~.11-533-223-11 CLIP, FUSE; F601
F602 &1:532-741-11'yFUSE.
G&&T!& Ij25AL125V
I-533-223-11 CLIP, FUSE; F602
<IC>
ICI01 8-759-636-45 IC M34302M8-514SP
ICI02 8-759-748-69 IC CAT59CIIHP
ICI03 8-749-922-13 IC KEY-COOSV-F
IC104 8-759-104-05 IC UPD6325C
ICI05 8-759-924-12 IC LM7805CT
CP102 I-236-300-11 NETWORK, C
CPI03 I-236-490-11 NETWORK, RES, THICK FILM
CP104 1-236-301-11 NETWORK, C
CPIO5 I-236-301-11 NETWORK, C
CP107 I-236-730-11 NETWORK, C
CP108 1-236-479-11 NETWORK, C
CP109 1-236-524-11 NETWORK, C
CP117 l-236-078-11 NETWORK, RES, THICK FILM
<DIODE>
DlOf 8-719-123-25 DIODE RD33ES-L3
0103 1-808-919-11 LED UNIT (LEDU-9)
<IF BLOCK>
IF201 1-464-756-21 IF BLOCK (IFF-450A)
30 -
with part number
DESCRIPTION
-----------
REF.NO. PART NO.
_------ -__-----
REMARK
----__
EF.NO. PART NO.
----__ _-------
L301
L302
L402
L501
L502
%il
3.9UH
3.9UH
8.2UH
%ooNN
CARBON
CARBON
I-249-429-11
1-249-429-l 1
1-249-434-11
l-249-421-11
1-249-421-11
CARBON
CARBON
CARBON
CARBON
CARBON
RRE
R030
a-249-421-11
l-249-405-11
l-249-405-11
I-249-429-11
l-249-417-11
%00~
CARBON
CARBON
CARBON
R036
1-249-417-11
1-249-417-11
1-249-431-11
I-249-413-11
I-215-924-00
CARBON
CARBON
CARBON
CARBON
METAL OXIDE
I/4W
1/4w
1/4w
I/4W
3W F
I-249-417-11
I-249-417-11
1-249-433-I 1
1-249-433-11
I-249-433-II
Kz
CARBON
CARBON
CARBON
i%
RI24
l-249-425-11 CARBON
RI25 l-249-417-11 CARBON
R126
I-249-433-11 CARBON
RI27
l-249-429-11
R128 I-249-411-11 %Z
1/4W
I/4W
E
R021
R026
R027
1-408-411-00 INDUCTOR
15UH
I-408-418-00 INDUCTOR
56UH
I-410-476-11 INDUCTOR
33UH
I-422-613-11 COIL, AIR CORE
I-410-665-31 INDUCTOR
15UH
&J-oI;L, CffOK@j~~:z;, +;J;>"-.;-;.
G:-;;L506 I-460-046-11 COIL, HORIZONTAL LINEAR!TY",
‘1;513 ,. -&1Fs@-.669zg&:. Q~JJcTOR-" -'z":g~3;;;;; ;LI Y.;-=;.;- :::‘;.y.
rLe..
L515 I-412-045-11 INDUCTOR
.yj‘&-y$ i~~o"67~~~~.-~~NiiUCTriR
- .,f;.;$rjlUH;;2 ";;T;-;~;$*; -ii [-;
-L56~~~;~~~4~~4~320~~1’
8109
8-729-119-76 TRANSISTOR 2SAll75'HFE
Ql10 8-729-119-78 TRANS[STOA 2SC2785-HFE
&Ill 8-729-119-76 TRANSISTOR 2SA1175-HFE
8113 8-729-119-78 TRANSISTOR 2SC2785-HFE
&II4 8-729-119-78 TRANSISTOR 2SC2785-HFE
8411
8460
9501
8502
8-729-119-78
8-729-119-78
8-729-140-50
8-729-231-95
*4-341-752-01
2SC2785-HFE
2SD2096-EF
2SDI812-P
2SB1212-P
2SDI812-P
2SA1175-HFE
2SAI175-HFE
2SC2785-HFE
2SC2785-HFE
2SAI175-HFE
TRANSISTOR2SC2785-HFE
TRANSISTOR2SC2785-HFE
TRANSISTOR2SC3209LK
TRANSISTOR2SD2089-LBSONY
EYELET: 8502
Q561 8-729-200-17 TRANSISTOR 2SA1091-0
Q562 8-729-119-78 TRANSISTOR 2SC2785-HFE
8601
8-729-209-03 TRANSISTOR 2SC2551-RO
<RESISTOR>
ROOI
I-249-421-11
R002 I-249-413-11
R004 I-249-413-11
R005 I-249-413-11
R008 1-249-425-11
CARBON
CARBON
CARBON
CARBON
CARBON
g"
470
470
4.7K
;f
5%
5%
5%
CARBON
l-249-411-11
l-249-417-11
l-249-417-11
I-249-417-11
I-249-429-11
Q301 8-729-119-78 TRANSISTOR 2SC2785-HFE
8401
8-729-119-78 TRANSISTOR 2SC2785-HFE
8402 8-729-119-78 TRANSISTOR 2SC2785-HFE
8403 8-729-119-76 TRANSISTOR 2SAI175-HFE
8404 8-729-119-78 TRANSISTOR 2SC2785-HFE
Q405 8-729-119-76 TRANSISTOR
Q407 8-729-119-76 TRANSISTOR
Q408 8-729-119-78 TRANSISTOR
8409 8-729-119-78 TRANSISTOR
Q410 8-729-119-76 TRANSISTOR
i%
R044
RI03
Ii:;32
8115 8-729-119-78 TRANSISTOR 2SC2785-HFE
&I16 8-729-119-78 TRANSISTOR 2SC2785-HFE
8118 8-729-119-78 TRANSISTOR 2SC2785-HFE
8120
8-729-119-78 TRANSISTOR 2SC2785-HFE
8121
8-729-119-78 TRANSISTOR 2SC2785-HFE
&I22 8-729-119-78 TRANSISTOR
8241
8-729-920-92 TRANSISTOR
Q250 8-729-924-83 TRANSISTOR
8251
8-729-924-86 TRANSISTOR
Q252 8-729-924-82 TRANSISTOR
R034
R035
Zf?
RI20
<TRANSISTOR>
1/4w
i:::
1/4w
1/4w
REMARK
------
l-249-421-11
I-249-421-11
l-249-421-11
l-249-421-11
I-249-416-11
alIL>
LlOl I-410-476-11 INDUCTOR
"L;$ 1-410-476-11 INDUCTOR
l-410-504-11 INDUCTOR
L106 I-408-404-00 INDUCTOR
L203 1-408-408-00 INDUCTOR
DESCRIPTION
-----------
I-249-429-11
l-249-417-11
I-249-425-11
l-249-429-1 I
1-249-437-11
CARBON
CARBON
CARBON
CARBON
CARBON
;1151 I-249-429-11
R152 l-249-437-11
1153
l-249-429-11
1154 l-247-895-00
1155 I-249-439-11
CARBON
CARBON
1156
1158
1-249-429-11
l-247-895-00
CARBON
$7
1172
1-249-439-11 I-249-437-11
I-249-429-11
1175
8176
PI80
1182
1185
l-249-469-11
I-249-441-11
I-249-426-I1
I-249-415-11
1-249-429-11
1186 I-249-425-11
i187 I-249-413-11
1188
l-249-417-11
;y& I-249-422-11
I-249-417-11
f%
1194
- 31 -
1-249-417-11
l-249-421-11
I-249-429-11
%~~~
CARBON
Ebb
CARBON
CARBON
CARBON
CARBON
%%
CARBON
l/461
I/4W
I/411
i:z
1/4w
uA
REF.NO. PART NO.
------- __-----RI95
R201
R202
R204
R207
REMARK
------
DESCRIPTION
I-249-429-11
1-249-417-I 1
l-249-417-11
l-249-435-11
I-249-435-11
CARBON
CARBON
CARBON
CARBON
CARBON
1/4w
1/4w
;:i
1/4w
3W F
1/4w
1/4w
I-216-472-00
1-249-413-l 1
1-249-429-11
l-249-407-1 1
l-249-417-11
1-249-417-11
I-247-881-00
1-249-492-11
I-216-426-11
I-21 5-472-00
!::!I
CARBON
CARBON
CARBON
#ETAL OXIDE
METAL
R302
R304
R305
R306
R307
CARBON
1-249-438-11
I-247-889-00
CARBON
l-249-440-1 1 CARBON
1-249-437-I 1 CARBON
1-249-429-11
CARBON
R308
R309
l-249-411-11
l-249-411-11
l-249-411-11
l-249-417:11
1-249-429-l 1
z
R3I2
1/4w
1/4W
1/2w
?4w
CARBON
CARBON
CARBON
CARBON
CARBON
F
F
r%
R325
R326
R33I
R341
$642
Fi367
R401
R402
R403
Et
l-249-417-11
1-249-427-11
l-249-415-11
l-249-405-11
I-249-405-11
1/4w
:::i
1/4w
1/4w
1-249-424-I 1
I-249-417-11
l-249-421-11
l-249-430-11
1-249-436-I 1
CARBON
CARBON
CARBON
CARBON
CARBON
I/4W
I/4W
i:::
1/4W
CARBON
CARBON
CARBON
CARBON
CARBON
l-249-405-11
CARBON
I-249-412-11
CARBON
1-249-441-I 1 CARBON
1-249-441-I 1 CARBON
l-249-404-00
CARBON
R406 l-249-419-11 CARBON
R407 l-249-405-11 CARBON
R409
I-249-425-11 CARBON
;j;; l-249-407-11 CARBON
l-216-428-00 METAL OXIDE
R413 1-249-432-I 1 CARBON
R414 I-249-429-11 CARBON
R415 l-249-417-11 CARBON
R416
l-247-883-00 CARBON
R417 l-247-883-00 CARBON
R418 l-249-417-11 CARBON
A419 l-249-421-li
CARBON
R420 1-249-433-11 CARBON
R421
I-249-406-11 CARBON
R422
l-249-419-11 CARBON
R423 l-249-405-11 CARBON
R424 I-249-417-11 CARBON
l-249-409-11 CARBON
%?i
1-249-433-11 CARBON
;izK
El!
2
;52”
if
i2tK
;g
150K 5%
R428
R429
R431
;j;;
33K
l-249-435-11 CARBON
1-249-421-11 CARBON
I-249-421-11 CARBON
l-249-420-11 CARBON
I-247-887-00 CARBON
5%
223 :I
1:8K 5%
220K 5%
1/4w
;$I
~:~~
1/4w
R434 I-249-415-11
R435 l-202-730-00
R436 1-249-423-11
R437 1-249-429-11
R438 I-249-417-11
CARBON
SOLID
CARBON
CARBON
CARBON
680 5%p
;.g y
1/4w
1/2w
$K
5%
5%
;::i
1/4w
R439 1-249-429-11
R440 I-249-417-11
R441 1-249-421-11
R445 I-249-423-11
R448 l-249-421-11
CARBON
CARBON
CARBON
CARBON
CARBON
10K
5%
1/4w
I/4W
1/4w
1/4w
1/4w
?2K
;*;;
;I
;;
R503 l-249-405-11
R504 I-249-414-11
R505 l-215-472-00
R506 I-249-405-11
R507 l-249-431-11
CARBON
CARBON
METAL
CARBON
CARBON
R508
R509
R510
R512
R513
1-249-433-11
l-249-434-11
1-249-422-11
I-249-411-11
l-215-472-00
CARBON
CARBON
CARBON
CARBON
METAL
R514
R5I5
R516
R5I7
R518
l-215-457-00
l-249-427-11
I-249-428-11
I-249-417-11
1-249-425-I 1
METAL
CARBON
CARBON
CARBON
CARBON
R519
R520
R521
R522
R523
l-249-405-11 CARBON
I-247-903-00 CARBON
l-249-449-11 CARBON
l-215-445-00 METAL
1-249-425-I 1 CARBON
100 5F
!63iK Pi
100 5%
15K 5%
22K 53
i7iK 551
310 5%
130K 1%
1/4w
1/4w
i::ww
1/4w
i:::
i%
1/4w
1/4w
1/4W
4.7K 5%
150K 1%
R530 l-214-917-00 METAL
220K 5%
R531 l-247-887-00 CARBON
R532 1-249-438-l 1 CARBON
56X 5%
R534 I-21th454-11 METAL OXIDE 390 5%
R535 l-216-452-11 METAL OXIDE 180 5%
gK ;I
180 5%
;f
5;
R427 l-247-883-00 CARBON
i;:: F
1/4W F
R524 l-216-353-00 METAL OXIDE 2.2 _ ,5% IW Fwnmi
It;;: A l-21 5-922-5 1 i .K~~~~~.OXID~~~.~“~~~~~~~~~~~~~.~~w~~~~~~~
I-249-437-11 CARBON
1/4w
R527 l-249-431-11 CARBON
15K 5%
R529 l-249-423-11 CARBON
3.3K 5%
1/4W F
;;
;g
IK
REMARK
------
DESCRIPTION
-----------
4.7M
If% ;;g
R451 l-202-727-00 SOLID
ii;; l-249-417-11 CARBON
jK5K
::
l-249-419-11 CARBON
1/4w
R501 l-215-920-11 METAL OXIDE 3:3K 5% 3W
R502 l-216-484-00 METAL OXIDE 3.9K 5% 3W
F
l-249-417-11
ItE
1-249-417-11
l-249-417-1 1 CARBON
l-249-417-11
CARBON
CARBON
I-249-417-11
R320
iEF.NO. PART NO.
.--_--- ---_----
i:::
1/4w
ii
F
R536 l-216-452-11 METAL OXIDE ;8iK ;; 29 F
R537 1-249’421-11 CARBON
R538 I-216-427-00 METAL OXIDE ;$ ;I
i64w F
R539 l-247-706-11 CARBON
P;::
R540 l-249-429-11 CARBON
IOK 5%
R541
1-249-434-11 CARBON
I;; 3
R542 1-249-431-11 CARBON *
R543 l-216-354-11 METAL OXIDE ‘22; ;ij
R544 1-249-416-11 CARBON
R545 l-249-425-‘11 CARBON
4.7K 5%
ii0
;!j
220 5%
22K 5%
;;fs’ l-249-413-11 CARBON
I-247-696-11 CARBON
-
32 -
4470
7
55f
i;t
F
i::: F
l
Replace only with part number
sent critiques pour la securite
Ne les remplacer que par we
piece portant le numero specific
The components identified by q
in this manual
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
KV- 1 31;sW;
I
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REHARK
-_----
DESCRIPTION
-__--------
REF.NO. PART NO.
------- -------~$549 -~&~$&88'1-5t
R554 I-249-431-11
R555 1-249-495-11
R556 l-249-411-11
R557 l-249-418-11
): ~~T&~DXIDE ‘: ;;;I. ‘8;.
CARBON
82K 5;
CARBON
CARBON
:3iK
::
CARBON
.
IOOK
5;
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1/4w
<THERMISTOR>
TBF601A~l.fEOG'686-33 -THERM!STOR:-(POSJT-I.VE)-"-.:.
<CRYSTAL>
:
1/4w
1/4W F
&w F
Xl01
X301
-
‘;
lDWIOOK
R603 I-249-496-11 CARBON
R606 I-249-413-11 CARBON
470
R609 I-207-474-00 WIREWOUND
8.2
:.~6.~O,-~r~20~~9a~~.~-#~REOOUND.;l.r'-~200_:~5%
R611 I-215-872-11 METAL OXIDE 3.3K
5%
i:z
5%
10% 1/2w
;: ;I$' ;.'"
5%
R612 l-215-921-11 METAL OXIDE 4.7K
R613 I-215-921-11 HETAL OXIDE 4.7K
;RSh5;~~-~~~2~1~~~63~~1
,--HE~.BL"~OWE~,~~~:2~~
R616 l-249-423-11 CARBON
R617 l-249-401-11 CARBON
4i
5%
;i
5;
:55:.':.274.;
F
; _
5%
1/4W
F
5%
1/4w
4i'OK
R618 I-247-895-00 CARBON
*4-374-912-01 COVER (MAIN), CV VOL
$4-374-913-01 COVER (REAR LID), CV VOL
<CONNECTOR>
:
2
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*I-506-371-00
*l-508-786-00
*l-564-509-11
*l-508-765-00
PIN, CONNECTOR 2P
PIN, CONNECTOR (5HM PITCH) 2P
PLUG, CONNECTOR 6P
PIN, CONNECTOR (5MM PITCH) 3P
<CAPACITOR>
C702
C703
C704
C705
C706
CARBON 4.7K
CARBON IOK
CARBON 47K
CARBON IK
CARBON 1K
1-101-880-00 CERAMIC
l-101-880-00 CERANIC
1-101-880-00 CERANIC
l-162-116-00 CERAMIC
l-136-601-11 FILM
i;;;
47PF
680PF
0. OlHF
%
5ov
2KV
630V
10%
10%
<JACK>
5701
RV501 I-228-728-00 RES, ADJ, CERAMIC CARBON IOOK
RV502 1-238-020-11 RES, ADJ, CARBON 1OOK
RV503 l-238-014-11 RES, ADJ, CARBON 3.3K
L701
L702
L703
L704
,. :;
I-526-819-11 SOCKET, PICTURE TUBE
<COIL>
<RELAY>
:~~O~~~~~~~~~~-~~~~~~~~:~SU~.T~~H,,,,'~A~~~~_LL,(~OIJER).
5102 I-571-532-21 SWITCH, TACTIL
S103 l-571-532-21 SWITCH, TACTlL
S104 1-571-532-21 SWITCH, TACTIL
S105 I-571-532-21 SWITCH, TACTIL
l-577-082-11 VIBRATOR, CERAMIC
l-567-505-11 OSCILLATOR, CRYSTAL
*A-1331-045-A C BOARD, COMPLETE
****$**X**X*****t
F
(VARIABLE RESISTOR>
RVIOI I-238-015-11 RES, ADJ,
RV302 l-238-016-11 RES, ADJ,
RV303 l-238-019-11 RES, ADJ,
RV401 I-238-012-11 RES, ADJ,
RV402 1-238-012-11 RES, ADJ,
‘- - -(
1/4w
::::
:':K :i
2:4K 1%
1/4w
‘1.;.,:‘;- _ _. -‘;1/4W 150K 5%
0.47 5%
R569 I-247-883-00 CARBON
R570 1-249-443-11 CARBON
EF.NO. PART NO.
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::4iJ F
3.3K 5%
1/4w
R558 I-249-423-11 CARBON
1/4w
330 51
R560 l-249-411-11 CARBON
R56I l-216-390-11 METAL OXIDE ii2 $4 3W
R562 r-249-417-11 CARBON
180K 5%
R563 l-247-885-00 CARBON
R564 I-249-441-11 CARBON
R565 1-249-429-11 CARBON
R566 l-249-425-11 CARBON
R567 I-215-430-00 METAL
~;@&~:;&‘;-~i;;.-~. ‘“,,-:a-;.;$fEj’AL +.‘ ; -,i:r,-Tm”
l
REMARK
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DESCRIPTION
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l-410-520-11
l-410-520-11
l-410-520-11
l-408-424-00
INDUCTOR
INDUCTOR
INDUCTOR
INDUCTOR
82UH
E!
18OUH
<TRANSISTOR>
P701 8-729-906-39 TRANSISTOR 2SC3271-P
8702 8-729-906-39 TRANSISTOR 2SC3271-P
8703 a-729-906-39 TRANSISTOR 2SC3271-P
,
-
<RESISTOR>
S106 1-571-532-21 SWITCH, TACTlL
S501 I-554-186-00 SWITCH, LEVER
R701
R703
R704
R705
R706
<TRANSFORMER>
l-249-421-11
1-249-412-11
1-249-422-11
l-202-824-00
l-215-899-11
CARBON
;giK ;I
i::;
CARBON
. 2.7K 5%
l/49
CARBON
SOLID
3.3K 10% $2W
METAL OXIDE 15K 5%
R707 l-249-418-11 CARBON
R708 l-249-413-11 CARBON
-
33 -
1.2K 5%
470 5%
i:i
F
i
sent critiques pour la securite
Ne les remplacer que par me
REF.NO. PART NO.
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DESCRIPTION
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l-249-415-11 CARBON
I-249-422-11 CARBON
I-202-824-00 SOLID
l-215-899-11 METAL OXIDE
I-249-418-11 CARBON
680 5%
2.7K 5%
3.3K lf%
;5iK ;i
.
R714
R715
R716
R717
R718
I-249-413-11
I-249-415-11
I-249-422-11
l-202-824-00
I-215-899-11
$8
2
5::
2.7K 5%
1/4w
3.3K 10% ;;"W
15K 5%
R719
R720
R721
R722
R723
I-202-842-11 SOLID
220K f;; f;;;
l-202-719-00 SOLID
l-216-349-00 METAL OXIDE iM
F
l-202-848-00 SOLID
680K ii% t:zw
l-202-838-00 SOLID
IOOK 10% 1/2W
CARBON
CARBON
CARBON
SOLID
METAL OXIDE
1/4w
1/4w
;:2W
I
R709
R710
R711
R712
R713
1/4w
F
I
I
I
I
I1
I
F
I
I
I
,
<VARIABLE RESISTOR>
RV701
RV702
RV703
RV704
RV705
I-228-723-00
l-228-722-00
l-228-723-00
I-228-722-00
I-228-723-00
RES,
RES,
RES,
RES,
RES,
ADJ,
ADJ,
ADJ,
ADJ,
ADJ,
CERAMIC
CERAMIC
CERAMIC
CERAMIC
CERAMIC
CARBON
CARBON
CARBON
CARBON
CARBON
4.7K
3.3K
4.7K
3.3K
4.7K
RV706 l-230-641-11 RES, ADJ, METAL GLAZE 2.2N
RV707 l-230-641-11 RES, ADJ, METAL GLAZE 2.2%
I
I
I
RV709 I-228-725-00 RES, ADJ, CERAMIC CARBON 22K
I
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I
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ACCESSORIES AND PACKING MATERIALS
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PART NO.
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1-417-182-I 1 CONVERTER (EAC-25) (CND ONLY)
I-501-372-41 ANTENNA, TELESCOPIC
l-562-443-11 CONNECTOR, ANTENNA (USA ONLY)
3-751-225-21 MANUAL, INSTRUCTION
3-751-225-31 MANUAL, INSTRUCTION (CND ONLY)
*4-337-201-02
x4-393-161-01
*4-393-162-01
*4-393-167-01
I
BAG, PROTECTION
CUSHION (UPPER) (ASSY)
CUSHION (LOWER) (ASSY)
INDIVIDUAL CARTON
REMOTE COMMANDER
A-i470-921-A REMOTE COMMANDER (~~-781)
4-394-031-01 COVER, BATTERY (FOR RM-781)
Sony
g-964-804-01
Corporation
TV Group
- 34 -
English
92CE0247-1
Printed in Japan
019923