REVISION HISTORY
BX1S CHASSIS
PART NO. : 9-872-450-01
MODEL
KV-AR14M80
NO.
SUFFIX
DATE
1
-01
2004/5
SUPPL. / CORR
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DESCRIPTION
1st. Issue
SERVICE MANUAL
MODEL
KV-AR14M80
COMMANDER DEST.
RM-W101 E
CHASSIS NO.
MODEL
BX1S
CHASSIS
COMMANDER DEST.
CHASSIS NO.
SCC-U98R-A
RM-W101
TRINITRON ® COLOR TV
KV-AR14M80
RM-W101
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Section
Title
Page
Section
SELF DIAGNOSTIC FUNCTION .............................. 3
1. DISASSEMBLY
1-1. Rear Cover Removal ................................................. 6
1-2. Speaker Removal ...................................................... 6
1-3. Chassis Assy Removal .............................................. 6
1-4. Service Position ........................................................ 6
1-5. Terminal Bracket Removal ....................................... 6
1-6. A Board Removal ...................................................... 6
1-7. Picture Tube Removal ............................................... 7
2. SET-UP ADJUSTMENTS
2-1. Beam Landing ........................................................... 8
2-2. Convergence .............................................................. 9
2-3. Focus Adjustment .................................................... 11
2-4. G2 (SCREEN) Adjustments ................................... 11
2-5 White Balance Adjustment ..................................... 11
2-6 Sub Bright Adjustment ........................................... 11
Title
Page
4. DIAGRAMS
4-1. Block Diagram ........................................................ 29
4-2. Circuit Boards Location .......................................... 30
4-3. Schematic Diagram Information ............................ 30
4-3-1. C Board Schematic Diagram ....................... 31
4-3-2. A Board — Processor (Block A) ................. 32
4-3-3. A Board — Audio (Block B) ....................... 34
4-3-4. A Board — Power Supply (Block C) .......... 36
4-3-5. A Board — Deflection (Block D) ................ 38
4-3-6. A Board — Tuner (Block E) ........................ 40
4-3-7. A Board — Jack (Block F) .......................... 42
4-4. Voltage Measurement and Waveforms ................... 44
4-5. Printed Wiring Boards and Parts Location ............. 47
4-6. Semiconductors ....................................................... 50
5. EXPLODED VIEWS
5-1. Chassis ..................................................................... 52
6. ELECTRICAL PARTS LIST .................................... 53
3. CIRCUIT ADJUSTMENTS
3-1. Adjustment With Commander ................................ 12
3-2. Adjustment Method ................................................ 13
3-3. Picture Quality Adjustment .................................... 26
3-4. Deflection Adjustment ............................................ 26
3-5. Drive Adjustment .................................................... 27
3-6. Picture Distortion Adjustment ................................ 28
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
CAUTION
SAFETY-RELATED COMPONENT WARNING!!
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.
COMPONENTS IDENTIFIED BY SHADING AND MARK ! ON
THE SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS, EXPLODED VIEWS AND IN
THE PARTS LIST ARE CRITICAL TO SAFE OPERATION.
REPLACE THESE COMPONENTS WITH SONY PARTS
WHOSE PART NUMBERS APPEAR AS SHOWN IN THIS
MANUAL OR IN SUPPLEMENTS PUBLISHED BY SONY.
–2–
KV-AR14M80
RM-W101
SELF DIAGNOSTIC FUNCTION
The units in this manual contain a self diagnostic function. If an error occurs, the STANDBY (1) indicator will automatically
begin to flash. A description of the self-diagnosis function is explained in the instruction manual. The number of times the
STANDBY (1) indicator flashes translates to a probable source of the problem. If an error symptom cannot be reproduced,
the remote commander can be used to review the failure occurrence data stored in memory to reveal past problems and
how often these problems occur.
1. DIAGNOSTIC TEST INDICATORS
When an errors occurs, the STANDBY (1) indicator will flash a set number of times to indicate the possible cause of the
problem. If there is more than one error, the indicator will identify the first of the problem areas.
Result for all of the following diagnosis items are displayed on screen. No error has occured if the screen displays a "0".
Diagnosis
Item
Description
No. of timer
STANDBY (1)
indicator flashes
Self-Diagnostic
display/
Diagnosis result
Probable Cause
Location
Detected
Symptoms
Power does
not turn on
Does not light
–
• Power cord is not plugged
in.
• Fuse is burned out (F600)
A board.
• Power does not turn on.
• No power is supplied on
TV.
• AC Power supply is faulty.
+B overcurrent
(OCP)*
2 times
2:0
or
2:1 ~ 255
• H OUT (Q805) is shorted. • Power does not turn on.
(A board)
• Load on power line is
• IC751 is shorted. (C board) shorted.
V-Protect
4 times
4:0
or
4:1 ~ 255
• +13V is not supplied.
(A board)
• IC804 is faulty. (A board)
• Has entered standby state
after horizontal raster.
• Vertical deflection pulse is
stopped.
• Power line is shorted or
power supply is shorted.
IK (AKB)
5 times
5:0
or
5:1 ~ 255
• Video OUT (IC1545) is
faulty. (A board)
• IC001 is faulty. (A board)
• Screen (G2) is improperly
adjusted.**
• No raster is generated.
• CRT Cathode current
detection reference pulse
output is small.
Power supply
NG (+5V) for
Video Processor
8 times
8:0
or
8:1 ~ 255
• IC604 faulty.
• IC602 faulty.
• No power supply to CRT
ANODE.
• No RASTER is generated.
If a +B overcurrent is detected, stoppage of the vertical deflection is detected simultaneously. The symptom that is
diagnosed first by the micro controller is displayed on the screen.
** Refer to Screen (G2) Adjustment in this manual.
*
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KV-AR14M80
RM-W101
2. DISPLAY OF STANDBY (1) INDICATOR
FLASH COUNT
2 times
4 times
5 times
Diagnostic Item
Flash Count*
+B overcurrent
V-Protect
IK (AKB)
Power Supply NG (+5V)
for Video processor
2 times
4 times
5 times
8 times
8 times
* One flash count is not used for self-diagnosis.
Lamp ON 300ms
Lamp OFF 3 sec.
Lamp OFF 300ms
STANDBY u indicator
3. STOPPING THE STANDBY (1) INDICATOR FLASH
Turn off the power switch on the TV main unit or unplug the power cord from the outlet to stop the STANDBY (1)
indicator from flashing.
4. SELF-DIAGNOSTIC SCREEN DISPLAY
For errors with symptoms such as "power sometimes shuts off" or "screen sometimes goes off" that cannot be confirmed,
it is possible to bring up past occurrences of failure on the screen for confirmation.
[To Bring Up Screen Test]
In standby mode, press buttons on the remote commander sequentially in rapid succession as shown below:
Display
/ Channel 5 / Volume
/ Power
/ TV
˘
Note that this differs from entering the service mode (volume [+]).
The following screen will be displayed indicating the error count.
SELF DIAGNOSTIC
2:
3:
4:
5:
8:
0
N/A
0
1
0
101 :
N/A
Numeral "0" means that no fault was detected.
Numeral "1" means the number of a fault occurrence (1 ~ 255).
–4–
KV-AR14M80
RM-W101
5. HANDLING OF SELF-DIAGNOSTIC SCREEN DISPLAY
Since the diagnostic results displayed on the screen are not automatically cleared, always check the self-diagnostic
screen during repairs. When you have completed the repairs, clear the result display to "0".
Unless the result display is cleared to "0", the self-diagnosis function will not be able to detect subsequent faults after
completion of the repairs.
[Clearing the result display]
To clear the result display to "0", press buttons on the remote commander subsequent as shown below when the
self-diagnostic screen is being displayed.
8,[Quitting Self-diagnostic screen]
To quit the entire self-diagnostic screen, turn off the power switch on the remote commander or the main unit.
6. SELF-DIAGNOSTIC CIRCUIT
A BOARD
IC001
Y/CHROMA JUNGLE
FROM
C BOARD
IC751 PIN 5
A BOARD
FROM
Q816
COLLECTOR
A BOARD
IC804
V.OUT
A BOARD
IC001
SYSTEM
A BOARD
IC003
MEMORY
SDA1
84 IK
F.B-PLS
3
99
13
5 SDA
V.GUARD
RED LED 122
32 EHTO
DISPLAY
[+B overcurrent $OCP%]
Occurs when an overcurrent on the +B(135V) line is detected by pin 32 of IC001 (A board).
If the voltage of pin 32 of IC001 (A board) is more than 4V, the unit will automatically go
to standby.
[V-PROTECT]
Occurs when an absence of the vertical deflection pulse is detected by pin 13 of IC001
(A board).
[IK $AKB%]
If the RGB levels* do not balance within 15 sec after the power is turned on, this error will
be detected by IC001 (A board). TV will stay on, but there will be 5 times LED blinking.
POWER SUPPLY NG (+5V)
for VIDEO PROCESSOR
Occurs when IC001 internal HV protect detects an abnormal H-Pulse (frequency) due to
improper power supply to IC001. TV cuts off high voltage power of anode CRT. No picture
will be detected. eg: IC602, IC604 go faulty.
* (Refers to the RGB levels of the AKB detection Ref pulse that detects IK.)
–5–
KV-AR14M80
RM-W101
SECTION 1
DISASSEMBLY
1-2. SPEAKER REMOVAL
1-1. REAR COVER REMOVAL
2 Rear cover
1 Four screws
(Washer Head)
(+P4 × 16)
1 Six screws
(+BVTP 4 × 16)
2 Speaker Block Assy
1-3. CHASSIS ASSY REMOVAL
1-4. SERVICE POSITION
1-5. TERMINAL BRACKET REMOVAL
1-6. A BOARD REMOVAL
4 FBT
bracket
1 One screws
(+BVTP 3 × 12)
3 One screws
(+BVTP 4 × 16)
A Board
2 Terminal bracket
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KV-AR14M80
RM-W101
1-7. PICTURE TUBE REMOVAL
Note:
• Please make sure the TV set is not in standing position before removing necessary CRT support located on bottom
right and left.
1) Place the TV set with the CRT face down on a cushion jig.
2) Remove the rear cover.
3) Unplug all inter connecting leads from the Deflection Yoke, Degaussing Coil and CRT grounding strap.
qf Top switch, block
qd Nut, Special, CRT (x4)
qs Earth Coating Assy
4 Anode Cap Removal
0 Degaussing Coil
5 C Board Removal
qa Spring Tension Removal
8 Support, CRT Removal (x2)
6 Loosen the Deflection Yoke
fixing screw and remove
7 Chassis Assy Removal
• REMOVAL OF ANODE-CAP
Note:
• After removing the anode, short circuit the anode of the picture tube and the anode cap to the metal chassis, CRT
shield or carbon paint on the CRT.
•
c
REMOVING PROCEDURES
a
Anode Button
a
turning up the rubber cap and pulling it up in the
direction of the arrow C.
•
1 Turn up one side of the rubber cap in the direction
indicated by the arrow A.
HOW TO HANDLE AN ANODE-CAP
1 Do not damage the surface of anode-caps with
sharp shaped objects.
2 Do not press the rubber too hard so as not to
damage the inside of anode-cap.
A metal fitting called the shatter-hook terminal is
built into the rubber.
3 Do not turn the foot of rubber over too hard.
The shatter-hook terminal will stick out or damage
the rubber.
b
b
2 Using a thumb pull up the rubber cap firmly in the direction indicated by the arrow B.
3 When one side of the rubber cap is separated from
the anode button, the anode-cap can be removed by
–7–
KV-AR14M80
RM-W101
SECTION 2
SET-UP ADJUSTMENTS
•
The following adjustments should be made when a
complete realignment is required or a new picture
tube is installed.
Set the controls as follows unless otherwise noted:
VIDEO model ..................................................... Standard
PICTURE control .................................................. normal
BRIGHTNESS control .......................................... normal
Perform the adjustments in the following order :
1. Beam Landing
2. Convergence
3. Focus
4. Screen(G2)
5. White Balance
Note : Test Equipment Required.
1. Pattern Generator
2. Degausser
3. DC Power Supply
4. Digital Multimeter
5. Oscilloscope
......................................................................................................................................................................................................................
Preparation :
• In order to reduce the influence of geomagnetism on
the set's picture tube, face it east or west.
• Switch on the set's power and degauss with the
degausser.
2-1.
Purity control
BEAM LANDING
Picture Mode: DYNAMIC
1. Input a white signal with the pattern generator.
Contrast
normal
Brightness
2. Set the pattern generator raster signal to a green
raster.
3. Move the deflection yoke to the rear and adjust with
purity control so that the green is at the center and
the blue and the red take up equally sized areas on
each side. (See Figures 2-1 through 2-4.)
4. Move the deflection yoke forward and adjust so that
the entire screen is green. (See Figure 2-1.)
5. Switch the raster signal to blue then to red and verify
the condition.
6. When the position of the deflection yoke has been
decided fasten the deflection yoke with the screws
and DY spacers.
7. If the beam does not land correctly in all the corners,
use a magnet to adjust it. (See Figure 2-4.)
Fig. 2-2
}
Blue
Red
Green
Fig. 2-3
Purity control
corrects this area.
b
a
c
d
Disk magnets or rotatable
disk magnets correct these
areas (a-d).
Deflection yoke positioning
corrects these areas.
b
c
a
d
Fig. 2-1
Fig. 2-4
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KV-AR14M80
RM-W101
2-2.
•
•
•
CONVERGENCE
Before starting this adjustment, adjust the focus,
horizontal size and vertical size.
Receive dot/hatch signal.
Pic mode: Soft.
Operation of V.STAT magnet
If the V.Stat magnet is moved in the “A” and “B” arrows,
the red, green and blue dots moves as shown below.
A
B
(1) Horizontal and Vertical Static Convergence
Center dot
A
B
B
B
G
G
R
R
R
G
B
R
G
Moved RV750 H.STAT.
the red, green and blue dots move as shown below.
B
V. STAT
Magnet
H. STAT VR
A
R
RV750
H. STAT
B
B
G
R
4. BMC (Hexapole) Magnet.
If the red, green and blue dots are not balanced or
aligned, then use the BMC magnet to adjust in the
manner described below.
C Board
1. (Moving vertically), adjust the V.STAT magnet so that
the red, green and blue dots are on top of each other
at the center of the screen.
2. (Moving horizontally), adjust the H.STAT control so
that the red, green and blue dots are on top of each
other at the center of the screen.
3. If the H.STAT variable resistor cannot bring the red,
green and blue dots together at the center of the
screen, adjust the horizontal convergence with the
H.STAT variable resistor and the V.STAT magnet in
the manner given below.
(In this case, the H.STAT variable resistor and the
V.STAT magnet influence each other, so be sure to
perform adjustments while tracking.)
Purity
G
B
R G
B
R
B
G
R
G
B
R
G
B
R
G
R
BMC
BMC (Hexapole)
Purity
DY pocket
V.STAT
V.STAT
–9–
G B
B
KV-AR14M80
RM-W101
(2) Convergence Rough Adjustment
Preparation:
• Before starting this adjustment, adjust the horizontal
static convergence and the vertical static
convergence
RB
B
R
TLH
TLV
RB
R
B
XCV
YCH
TLH
Insert
TLH
Correction Plate to DY Pocket
YCH Insert
YCH
VOL on DY
ON DY:
(Left or Right)
TLV
Rotate TLV
VOL on DY
XCV
Rotate XCV
Adj core on DY
TLV
YCH
DY pocket
TLH Plate
(3) Screen corner Convergence
TLV
XCV
1. Affix a Piece A (90), conv. correct corresponding to
the misconverged areas.
XCV
DY pocket
b
b
a
a-d : screen-corner
misconvergence
a
c
d
d
Piece A (90), conv. correct
– 10 –
c
KV-AR14M80
RM-W101
2-3.
FOCUS ADJUSTMENT
2-5.
FOCUS adjustment should be completed before the W/B
adjustment:
1. Receive digital monoscope pattern.
2. Set picture mode: DYNAMIC.
3. Adjust focus VR to obtain a just focus at the center of
the screen.
4. Change receiving signal to white pattern and blue
back.
5. Confirm MAGENTA RING is not noticeable. Incase
magenta ring is obvious, then adjust FOCUS VR to
balance magenta ring and FOCUS.
2-6.
SUB BRIGHT ADJUSTMENT
1. Set to service mode.
2. Brightness set to 50%, Picture....Minimum
3. Select WHBL SBRT (10) with 1 and 4 and adjust
SBRT (10) data with 3 and 6 so that the third stripe
from right dimly lit.
4. Write into the memory by pressing [MUTING] then -.
5. GA models C/O: 20 IRE
S/G: 30 IRE
FOCUS
SCREEN
FLYBACK TRANSFORMER (T801-21")
FLYBACK TRANSFORMER (T802-14")
2-4.
WHITE BALANCE ADJUSTMENT
1. Set to Service Mode (Refer Section 3-1:
ADJUSTMENTS WITH COMMANDER)
2. Input white raster signal.
3. Set Picture to <DYNAMIC mode>
4. Select RDRV (02) with 1 and 4 and fixed the value
to 25 with 3 and 6.
5. Adjust WHBL GDRV (03) and BDRV (04) with 1 and
4 and adjust the data with 3 and 6 for best white
balance in Highlight condition.
6. Write into the memory by pressing [MUTING] then -.
7. Adjust WHBL BKOR (00) and BKOG (01) with 1 and
4 and adjust the level with 3 and 6 for best white
balance cut-off condition.
8. Write into memory by pressing [MUTING] then -.
9. US model need to apply only for colour temperature
in Neutral.
G2 (SCREEN) ADJUSTMENTS
1. Set the PICTURE & BRIGHTNESS to STANDARD.
2. Put the Video input mode signal.
3. Connect R,G,B of the C board cathode to
oscilloscope.
4. Adjust Brightness to obtain the cathode value to
value below.
5. Adjust G2 (screen) on the FBT until picture shows
the point before cut off.
165 ± 2VDC
– 11 –
KV-AR14M80
RM-W101
SECTION 3
CIRCUIT ADJUSTMENTS
3-1.
ADJUSTMENTS WITH COMMANDER
Service adjustments to this model can be performed using the supplied remote commander RM-W101.
a. ENTERING SERVICE MODE
With the unit on standby
t [DISPLAY] t 5 t [VOL $+% ] t [POWER]
This operation sequence puts the unit into service mode.
This screen display is:
item no.
in decimal
item name
service data
in decimal
NVM
NG
service command
field
frequency
channel no./
video input name
GEOM
006
HSIZ
031
x
SERVICE
60
S VIDEO 1
release ID
software
version
service data
in binary
reserved
for factory
color system
power on time
(decimal?)
0.69U
0001 1111
FF FF
NTSC3
65535
category
SUS01
Flash DCXO
111 11 11 1 7 11
FG
xy 111
Status Byte
#1 SSD
Status Byte
#2 SSD
000000
000000
VDSP_C Flag
CO_LOCKED
VDSP
Detected Stereo Type (Direct Value from CZ_ Stereo_Mode)
S : for Sony
A : Aiwa
U S : US/Latin/Taiwan
E U : Europe
G A : General Area
J P : Japan
0 1 : serial no. of the M/P release
for each destination
111
Needed for Nicam DCXO aligment Purpose
xy
Value of x = 0 - Unknown, 1 - BTSC, 2 - A2, 3 - NICAM,
4 - KOREAN, 5 - Japan, 6 - AV Stereo
Value of y = 0 - Mono, 1 - Stereo, 2 - Bilingual, 4 - SAP/Single
b. METHOD OF CANCELLATION FROM SERVICE MODE
Set the standby condition (Press [POWER] button on the commander), then press [POWER] button again, hereupon it
becomes TV mode.
c.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
METHOD OF WRITE INTO MEMORY
Set to Service Mode.
Press 1 (UP) and 4 (DOWN), to select the adjustment item.
Change item by pressing 3, 6.
Press [MUTING] button to indicate WRITE on the screen.
Press - button to write into memory.
1, 4
r
3, 6
r
[MUTING]
r
-
d.
1.
2.
3.
Select the adjustment item.
Raise/lower the data value.
Writes.
Executes the writing.
MEMORY WRITE CONFIRMATION METHOD
After adjustment, pull out the plug from AC outlet, and then plug into AC outlet again.
Turn the power switch ON and set to Service Mode.
Call the adjusted items again to confirm adjustments were made.
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KV-AR14M80
RM-W101
e. OTHER FUNCTION VIA REMOTE COMMANDER
7, All the data becomes the values in memory.
8, All user control goes to the standard state.
Display, - Service data initialization (Be sure not to use usually.)
2, 5
Select Device or Category
3-2.
ADJUSTMENT METHOD
Item Number 000 HPOS
This explanation uses H POSITION as an example.
1. Select "000 HPOS" with the 1 and 4 buttons, or 2 and 5.
2. Raise/lower the data with the 3 and 6 buttons.
3. Select the optimum state. (The standard is IF for PAL reception.)
4. Write with the [MUTING] button. (The display changes to WRITE.)
5. Execute the writing with the - button. (The WRITE display will be changed to red color while excuting, and back to
SERVICE.)
Example on screen display :GREEN
GEOM
000
HPOS
039
SERVICE
50 VIDEO 1
Adjusted with [3] and [6] buttons.
GREEN
GEOM
000
HPOS
039
WRITE
50
VIDEO
1
50
VIDEO
1
write with [MUTING].
RED
GEOM
000
HPOS
039
WRITE
The WRITE display
then returns to green
SERVICE
Write executed with [0].
Use the same method for all Items. Use 1 and 4 to select the adjustment item, use 3 and 6 to adjust, write with
[MUTING], then execute the write with -.
Note : 1. In [WRITE], the data for all items are written into memory together.
2. For adjustment items that have different standard data between 50Hz or 60Hz, be sure to use the respective
input signal after adjustment.
– 13 –
RM-W101
Category
GEOM
Functionality
Init.
Range
DATA
Function
Table & Note
Device Name
50/60/w50/w60 (+JPN RGB)
TV-Processor
Initial Value (Detailed)
– 14 –
No.
Name
Dec
Dec
000
HPOS
031
063
ADJUST
Horizontal Shift (HS)
001
HPAR
031
063
ADJUST
Horizontal Parallelogram
002
HBOW
031
063
ADJUST
Horizontal Bow
50/60/w50/w60
31
31
31
31
003
VLIN
031
063
ADJUST
Vertical Linearity
50/60/w50/w60
31
31
31
31
004
VSC R
031
063
ADJUST
Vertical Scroll
50/60/w50/w60
31
31
31
31
005
HSIZ
031
063
ADJUST
EW Width (EW)
50/60/w50/w60
25
25
25
25
006
EWPW
031
063
ADJUST
EW Parabola/Width (PW)
50/60/w50/w60 (+JPN RGB)
31
31
31
31
007
UCOP
017
063
ADJUST
EW Upper Corner Parabola
50/60/w50/w60
31
31
31
31
008
LCOP
017
063
ADJUST
EW Lower Corner Parabola
50/60/w50/w60
31
31
31
31
009
EWTZ
031
063
ADJUST
EW Trapezium
50/60/w50/w60
31
31
31
31
010
VSLP
031
063
ADJUST
Vertical Slope (VS)
50/60/w50/w60
31
31
31
31
011
VSI Z
015
063
ADJUST
Vertical Amplitude
50/60/w50/w60
15
15
15
15
012
SCOR
014
063
ADJUST
S-Correction (SC)
50/60/w50/w60
25
25
25
25
013
VPOS
031
063
ADJUST
Vertical Shift (VSH)
50/60/w50/w60
31
31
31
31
014
HBL
000
001
FIX
RGB Blanking Mode
50/60/w50/w60
01
01
01
01
Common
50/60/w50/w60
50
60
w50
w60
42
42
42
42
31
31
31
31
015
WBF
007
015
FIX
Timing of Wide Blanking (WBF)
50/60/w50/w60
07
07
07
07
016
WBR
007
015
FIX
Timing of Wide Blanking (WBR)
50/60/w50/w60
10
10
10
10
017
SBL
000
001
FIX
Service Blanking
none
00
018
COPY
000
001
FIX
Copy the GEO data to all 50/60Hz NVM area
none
00
KV-AR14M80
Adjustment Item Table
TVJ
Functionality
Init. Range
Category
No.
Name
Dec
Dec
WHBL
000
BKOR
031
063
ADJUST Black Level Offset R
col temp (HIGH/LOW/Normal)*(UV/RGB/Others)
001
BKOG
031
063
ADJUST Black Level Offset G
col temp (HIGH/LOW/Normal)*(UV/RGB/Others)
002
RDRV
037
063
– 15 –
TVJ
DATA
Function
Table & Note
Device Name
Initial Value (Detailed)
Common
FIX
White Point R
col temp (HIGH/LOW/Normal)*(UV/RGB/Others)
Col Temp
(HIGH other)
TV-Processor
TV-Pro
Col Temp
(LOW other)
Col Temp
(NORM other)
Col Temp
(HIGH YUV)
Col Temp
(LOW YUV)
Col Temp
(NORMAL YUV)
Col Temp
(HIGH RGB)
Col Temp
(LOW RGB)
Col Temp
(NORM RGB)
31
31
31
31
31
31
31
31
31
31
31
31
31
31
31
31
31
31
37
37
37
37
37
37
37
37
37
003
GDRV
037
063
ADJUST White Point G
col temp (HIGH/LOW/Normal)*(UV/RGB/Others)
31
31
31
31
31
31
31
31
31
004
BDRV
037
063
ADJUST White Point B
col temp (HIGH/LOW/Normal)*(UV/RGB/Others)
31
31
31
31
31
31
31
31
31
005
LPG
000
001
FIX
RGB Gain Preset
none
01
006
PGR
031
127
FIX
Preset Gain R (PGR)
none
45
007
PGG
031
127
FIX
Preset Gain G (PGG)
none
45
008
PGB
031
127
FIX
Preset Gain B (PGB)
none
009
GNOF
000
015
FIX
Preset Gain Offset
none
010
SBRT
031
063
011
SBRO
000
003
ADJUST Sub-Brightness
FIX
Sub-Brightness Offset (Intelligent Pic)
none
EGL
000
001
FIX
Enable Gain Loop in CCC System
none
00
000
003
FIX
Selection of High Current in CCC System
none
00
014
AKB
000
001
FIX
Black Current Stabilization
none
00
015
CBS
000
001
FIX
Control Sequence of Beam Current Limiting
none
00
016
RGBB
000
003
FIX
RGB Blanking
none
00
017
BLBG
000
001
FIX
Blanking of Blue & Green Output
none
00
018
OFB
000
001
FIX
Black Level Offset Blue
none
01
019
NSBR
000
015
FIX
Non Standard Brightness Offset
none
05
020
WB P
000
003
FIX
Color Temp Setting (0:High, 1:Normal, 2,3:Low)
Picture Mode
021
OUV
0 00
001
FIX
Offset Control on UV Input Signal
Others/YUV
Init. Range
Name
Dec
Dec
SADJ
000
PMAX
063
063
ADJUST Picture Maximum
001
SHUE
007
015
ADJUST Sub-Hue
DATA
Function
Table & Note
002
SSHP
015
063
FIX
Sub-Sharpness
003
SSHO
000
003
FIX
Sub-Sharpness Offset (Intelligent Pic)
Device Name
004
SCOL
031
063
ADJUST Sub-Color
TV-Processor
35
TV / Video / YUV (+JPN RGB)
Pic mode
2
Pic mode
3
00
01
02
01
00
Dynamic*Eco
std (Jpn)
Dynamic*Eco
much (Jpn)
Standard*Eco
std (Jpn)
Standard*Eco Eco std Eco much TV Video TV Video AVM AV Wide
much (Jpn)
(Jpn)
(Jpn)
Wide Wide (Jpn) (Jpn)
37
37
07
07
35
38
37
37
00
00
02
31
50pal(tv)/50pal(video)/50secam(tv)/50secam(video)/
60TV/60video/50YUV/60YUV/50RGB/60RGB
31
31
31
31
31
31
31
31
31
005
SCOO
000
003
FIX
Sub-Color Offset (Intelligent Pic)
006
PIC
031
127
FIX
Picture Control [GA:0-100(valid), >100(invalid);
Others:0-63(valid); ignore bit 6(invalid)]
Picture Model(GA: Personal = User Reset Data)
100
80
65
100
007
COL
031
127
FIX
Color Control [GA:0-100(valid), >100(invalid);
Others:0-63(valid); ignore bit 6(invalid)]
Picture Model(GA: Personal = User Reset Data)
56
50
40
50
008
BR T
031
127
FIX
Brightness Control [GA:0-100(valid),
>100(invalid); Others:0-63(valid); ignore bit
6(invalid)]
Picture Model(GA: Personal = User Reset Data)
50
50
60
50
009
HUE
031
127
FIX
Hue Control [GA:0-100(valid), >100(invalid);
Others:0-63(valid); ignore bit 6(invalid)]
Picture Model(GA: Personal = User Reset Data)
50
50
50
50
010
SHP
031
127
FIX
Sharpness Control [GA:0-100(valid),
>100(invalid); Others:0-63(valid); ignore bit
6(invalid)]
Picture Model(GA: Personal = User Reset Data)
60
50
50
50
none
31
Pic mode
1
Initial Value (Detailed)
TV / Video
none
31
00
Common YUV 50pal 50pal 50secam 50secam 60TV 60Video 50YUV 60YUV 50RGB 60RGB Pic mode Pic mode Pic mode Pic mode
(TV) (Video) (TV)
(Video)
0
1
2
3
(TV / Video)*(Normal / Wide) / <Normal / Wide> (+JPN RGB)
31
Pic mode
0
01
SGL
Functionality
YUV
15
Others/RGB/YUV
013
No.
RGB
45
CCC loop
012
Category
Others
02
RM-W101
KV-AR14M80
Init. Range DATA
Name
Dec
Dec
YC
000
PFRQ
000
003
FIX
Peaking Center Frequency and Delay
Function
Table & Note
Device Name
Initial Value (Detailed)
Common Others RGB
TV-Processor
YUV
PAL(TV) NTSC(TV) SECAM(TV) PAL(Video) NTSC(Video) SECAM(Video) S-INPUT SECAM NTSC TV
00
001
RPA
001
003
FIX
Ratio Pre & Over Shoot
TV/other
02
02
002
R PO
002
003
FI X
Ratio of Positive & Negative Peaks
TV/other
02
02
003
YDLY
012
0 15
FIX
Y-Delay
004
CMAT
000
003
FIX
PAL-SECAM or NTSC (Japan/USA) Matrix
005
ACL
001
001
FIX
Automatic Color Limiting
006
CB
000
001
FIX
Chroma Bandpass Center Frequency
(PAL/NTSC/SECAM)*(TV/VIDEO)+YUV/S-INPUT
09
(JPN RGB)
08
08
08
11
09
11
09
00
00
01
valid only with TV (*Video:0 fix)
01
007
SBO
001
003
FIX
SECAM Black Offset
00
008
CHSE
001
003
FIX
PAL/NTSC Ident Sensitivity
02
009
CLO
000
001
FIX
Center Frequency of Cloche(Bell) Filter
00
010
CTRP
000
001
FIX
Chroma Trap Mode
011
BPS
000
001
FIX
Bypass of Chroma Base-band Delay Line
012
FCO
000
001
FIX
Forced Color On
013
TINT
031
063
FIX
Base-Band Tint Control
014
TUV
000
001
FIX
Tint Control on UV Signals
SECAM/others
00
NTSC/others
00
01
01
00
YUV/others
31
31
00
– 16 –
TVJ
Category
SYNC
Functionality
Init.
Range
No.
Name
Dec
Dec
000
SYS
000
001
FIX
Synchronization on YSYNC Input
001
FO
000
003
FIX
Phase 1 Time Constant
002
VID
000
001
FIX
Video Ident Mode
DATA
Function
Table & Note
Device Name
Initial Value (Detailed)
Common
003
FSL
000
001
FIX
Forced Slicing Level for Vertical Sync
004
SSL
000
001
FIX
Slicing Level Sync Separator
005
SVID
001
007
FIX
Source Selection for Video Identification
006
FORF
000
003
FIX
Forced Field Frequency
50
60
00
00
00
00
others
YUV
TV
Video
Teletext
TV-ip
No signal
03
03
01
00
00
00
TV IP ON/TV IP OFF/Video/Teletext/Auto Tuning or No signal(RF)
50/60
00
50/60
YUV/Others
00
03
007
MVK
000
001
FIX
Macro Vision Keying
01
008
AFCT
000
003
FIX
AFC Timing Switch Control (GA,US:pin116,
EURO, JPN: Pin 128
03
07
RM-W101
Functionality
No.
KV-AR14M80
TVJ
Category
TVJ
Category
PICT
Functionality
Range
DATA
Function
Table & Note
Device Name
Initial Value (Detailed)
Common Others
No.
Name
Dec
Dec
000
CADL
007
015
FIX
Cathode Drive Level
001
CFA
000
003
FIX
Comb Filter Mode
00
002
SOC
002
003
FIX
Soft Clipping Level
00
003
PWL
001
001
FIX
Peak White Limiting Switch
01
004
WHTL
006
015
FIX
Peak White Limiting
09
005
GAM
001
001
FIX
Gamma
006
WTS
001
003
FIX
Gamma Control and White Stretch
007
TFR
000
001
FIX
008
COR
003
003
FIX
009
CORO
000
001
FIX
Coring Offset (Intelligent Pic)
010
BKS
003
003
FIX
Black Stretch
011
AAS
001
001
FIX
Black Area to Switch off the Black Stretch
01
012
DSK
000
001
FIX
Dynamic Skin Control
00
Live
TV
TV
Video Video ColorTemp ColorTemp
Color
Color Temp
(Dyn) (Others) (Dyn) (Others)
(HIGH)
(Others) Temp(LOW) (NORMAL)
00
Live/Others
02
DC Transfer Ratio of Luminance Signal
Live/Others (+JPN RGB)
01
Coring
(TV/Video)*(Dyna/others)
– 17 –
BLS
000
001
FIX
Blue Stretch
NBLS
000
001
FIX
Operation Blue Stretch Circuit
015
NRR
000
001
FIX
Non Red Reduction
02
00
01
00
00
00
00
00
RGB/others
013
Category
RGB
00
014
TVJ
SW
Init.
02
02
col temp (HIGH/OTHERS)
00
00
00
col temp (HIGH/LOW/NORMAL)
Functionality
Init.
Range
No.
Name
Dec
Dec
000
CV2
000
001
FIX
CVBS2 Input Signal Selection
001
SVO
001
003
FIX
Function of IFVO/SVO/CVBSI Pin @ 48
002
DFL
000
001
FIX
Flash Protection
DATA
Function
01
Table & Note
Device Name
01
01
Initial Value (Detailed)
Common
YUV
TV
Video
02
01
01
00
TV/Video/YUV
01
RM-W101
KV-AR14M80
VIF
– 18 –
TVJ
Init.
Range
No.
Name
Dec
Dec
000
OIFD
036
063
FIX
Offset IF Demodulator
001
AGCT
031
063
FIX
AGC Take-over
31
002
STM
000
001
FIX
Search Tuning Mode
01
003
GD
000
001
FIX
Group Delay on CVBS1 Signal
00
004
AGCS
001
003
FIX
IF AGC Speed
01
005
FFI
000
001
FIX
Fast Filter IF PLL
00
006
OAMP
003
003
FIX
Video Output Signal Amplitude (only L & L'System)
03
007
VAI
000
001
FIX
System I Output Signal Amplitude Correction (only L & L'System)
00
DATA
Function
Functionality
Init.
Range
Category
No.
Name
Dec
Dec
VM
000
RGBD
003
007
FIX
Delayof RGB Output to VM Output
none
001
VMA
003
003
FIX
Amplitude of VM Output
none
002
VMAP
002
003
FIX
VM setting (0:High, 1:Low, 2,3:OFF)
003
VMMO
003
003
FIX
VM Mode
DATA
Function
Table & Note
Table & Note
Device Name
Common
TV-Processor
36
Initial Value (Detailed)
Common
TV-Processor
Device Name
Pic mode
0
Pic mode
1
Piv mode
2
Pic mode
3
00
01
02
00
04
00
Picture Mode
01
RM-W101
Category
Functionality
KV-AR14M80
TVJ
TVJ
Category
SDEM
TVJ
Category
TXT
Functionality
Init.
Range
No.
Name
Dec
Dec
000
FMWS
000
003
FIX
Window Selection for FM Demodulator
001
QSS
001
001
FIX
Quasi Split Sound (QSS) Amplifier Mode (except GA Model)
00
002
BPB
000
001
FIX
Bypass of Sound Bandpass Filter
00
003
AMLO
000
001
FIX
Audio Output Signal for AM Sound
00
004
HPVC
000
001
FIX
Head Phone Volume Control
00
DATA
Function
Table & Note
Device Name
Common
TV-Processor
02
– 19 –
Functionality
Init.
Range
No.
Name
Dec
Dec
000
TXV
039
063
FIX
Teletext Vertical Position for Philips
001
THD
005
127
FIX
Teletext H-sync Active Edge Shift
05
002
TBR
004
015
FIX
Teletext RGB Brightness
11
003
LCB
000
001
FIX
Teletext LCB 0 : disable 1 : enable setting for FASTEX
00
DATA
Function
Table & Note
Device Name
Common
Text Decoder
39
RM-W101
KV-AR14M80
Init.
Range
Name
Dec
Dec
SDSP
000
AVM
002
007
DATA
Function
Table & Note
Device Name
Common
FIX
AVL Mode
SSD
TV-L(Euro)
TV
Video
Off
SRS/WOW
Trusurround
Istereo
Imono
05
12
05
07
05
05
03
02
001
AVV
005
015
FIX
AVL Reference Level
002
BBL
000
015
FIX
BBE Contour
01
003
BBH
000
015
FIX
BBE Process
04
004
BBLW
000
015
FIX
BBE Contour Offset
005
SVOF
000
015
FIX
Surround /Effect Mode Volume Offset
006
IVOF
000
007
FIX
Master Volume Positive Offset
06
007
EVOF
000
007
FIX
Master Volume Negative Offset
06
008
LAD
000
031
FIX
Decoder Level Adjust
05
009
LAM
000
031
FIX
Mono Level Adjust
05
010
LAN
000
031
FIX
Nicam Level Adjust
22
011
LAS
000
031
FIX
SAP Level Adjust
08
012
LAA
000
031
FIX
ADC Level Adjust
09
06
Off(SRS/WOW)/Trusurround/Istereo/Imono
Tv/Video(Non Euro)I TV-L/TV-non L/Video
00
– 20 –
013
SEF
003
007
FIX
Incredible Mono/Stereo Effect
014
A1L
000
255
FIX
AUX1 Volume Left
00
015
A1R
000
255
FIX
AUX1 Volume Right
00
00
Istereo/Imono
016
BAS
008
015
FIX
Main Bass Offset
017
TRE
008
015
FIX
Main Treble Offset
14
018
EQ1
008
015
FIX
Equalizer Main Channel Band (100 Hz) Offset
07
019
EQ2
008
015
FIX
Equalizer Main Channel Band (300 Hz) Offset
00
00
020
EQ3
008
015
FIX
Equalizer Main Channel Band (1000 Hz) Offset
021
EQ4
008
015
FIX
Equalizer Main Channel Band (3000 Hz) Offset
10
022
EQ5
008
015
FIX
Equalizer Main Channel Band (8000 Hz) Offset
00
023
BFCT
005
007
FIX
DBE, DUB and BBE Control
05
024
SCEN
001
015
FIX
SRS3D Center Control
04
025
SSPA
000
015
FIX
SRS3D Space Control
01
00
026
BBHW
000
015
FIX
BBE process offset in WOW mode
027
STRE
002
007
FIX
Treble Offset for surround mode
01
028
BBHT
000
015
FIX
BBE Offset in TV mode
00
029
DWA
000
000
FIX
DWA???
00
030
TTRE
002
007
FIX
Treble Offset in TV Mode
02
00
00
RM-W101
Functionality
No.
KV-AR14M80
TVJ
Category
TVJ
Category
SDEC
Functionality
Init.
Range
No.
Name
Dec
Dec
000
MPTU
003
015
FIX
Upper Threshold for MPX pilot detection (BTSC)
001
MPTL
009
015
FIX
Lower Threshold for MPX pilot detection (BTSC)
05
002
SPTU
003
015
FIX
Upper Threshold for SAP carrier detection
08
003
SPTL
006
015
FIX
Lower Threshold for SAP carrier detection
15
004
C1TH
000
031
FIX
Normal Threshold for detection of SC1
00
005
C1AP
000
031
FIX
Auto Program Threshold for detection of SC1
00
DATA
Function
Table & Note
Device Name
SSD
Common
02
006
SPTH
000
031
FIX
Noise Threshold for automute of SAP
00
007
SPHY
004
015
FIX
Hysteresis size for automute of SAP
03
008
FMTH
000
031
FIX
Noise Threshold for automute of SC2 in FM A2 standard
18
009
FMHY
004
015
FIX
Hysteresis size for automute of SC2 in FM A2 standard
07
010
BTTH
000
031
FIX
Noise Threshold for automute of BTSC stereo carrier
00
011
BTHY
004
015
FIX
Hysteresis size for automute of BTSC stereo
03
012
EJTH
000
031
FIX
Noise Threshold for automute of EIAJ FM subcarrier
00
04
– 21 –
013
EJHY
004
015
FIX
Hysteresis size for automute of EIAJ FM subcarrier
014
ONLY
000
001
FIX
Reproduce only related NICAM on DEC output
00
015
EXAM
000
001
FIX
Fall back source in case of automute in standard L (DDEP)
00
016
NIMT
000
001
FIX
NICAM auto mute function depend on bit error rate (DDEP)
00
017
NILE
100
255
FIX
NICAM lower error limit (DDEP)
50
018
NIUE
200
255
FIX
NICAM upper error limit (DDEP)
200
019
EPMD
001
003
FIX
DEMDEC Easy Programming (DDEP)
02
020
STDS
019
031
FIX
Bits multiplexed for ASD and SSS modes
31
00
021
OVMA
001
001
FIX
FM overmodulation adaption
022
FLBW
000
003
FIX
FM/AM demodulator filter bandwidth
03
023
IDMD
000
003
FIX
FM ident speed in SSS mode
00
024
FPAL
000
001
FIX
Line fequency for BTSC decoding
00
025
OVMT
001
002
FIX
Overmodulation level threshold relative to nominal
03
026
DCXI
000
001
FIX
NICAM DCXO Scaling Control Inverter
00
027
DCXG
000
007
FIX
NICAM DCXO Scaling Control Gain
00
028
DCLL
011
015
FIX
NICAM DCXO Scaling Control Limit (L)
00
029
DCLH
000
031
FIX
NICAM DCXO Scaling Control Limit (H)
00
IDEU
001
003
FIX
IDMOD setting for European A2 STD
00
031
IDKR
001
003
FIX
IDMOD setting for Korean M STD
00
032
IDJP
001
003
FIX
IDMOD setting for EIAJ STD
01
RM-W101
KV-AR14M80
030
– 22 –
TVJ
Category
OPTB
Init.
Range
Name
Dec
Dec
000
ASHT
006
007
DATA
Function
Table & Note
Device Name
Initial Value (Detailed)
Common
FIX
Auto shut off timer (data * 5 min)
001
OSDB
000
015
FIX
OSD brightness
MMR/Micro 60h
05
002
OSDH
005
015
FIX
OSD Horizontal Position
MMR/Micro 60h
05
003
OSDV
037
063
FIX
OSD Vertical Position
004
MUTE
000
001
FIX
No Signal Mute Switch (1=enabled)
00
50 / 60
MMR/Micro 60h
005
RFUL
015
015
FIX
RF Signal Change Counter after Unlocked (Disable when 0fh)
04
006
RFLK
015
015
FIX
RF Signal Change Counter after Locked (Disable when 0fh)
00
007
AVUL
015
015
FIX
AV Signal Change Counter after Unlocked (Disable when 0Fh)
04
008
AVLK
015
015
FIX
AV Signal Change Counter after Locked (Disable when 0Fh)
00
009
LANG
000
003
FIX
OSD language shipping condition
010
HTXT
000
001
FIX
Sync seperator sw
TV-Processor
011
CMSS
000
001
FIX
Sync sw
TV-Processor
01
012
DCXO
060
295
FIX
DCXO Value
SFR/Micro 60h/DSP
70
60
63
31
00
00
013
EXBL
000
015
FIX
Extended Blanking Timer to Eliminate White Noise
07
014
TSYS
000
003
FIX
Memorize TV Sys in NVM at Test Reset [0:B/G, 1:I, 2:M, 3:D/K] (GA Model)
00
015
TVOU
001
001
FIX
TV out mute condition 0:Always Mute off, 1:Mute without signal
00
016
LBL
001
001
FIX
Brightness Reduction At No Signal Condition
00
Functionality
Init.
Range
No.
Name
Dec
Dec
000
IALL
000
001
FIX
Standard Write Switch (not memorized in NVM)
001
OPB1
000
255
FIX
Option 1 (System related)
*****
002
OPB2
000
255
FIX
Option 2 (Video Signal related)
*****
003
OPB3
000
255
FIX
Option 3 (Stereo Decoding related)
*****
004
OPB4
000
255
FIX
Option 4 (Miscellaneous)
*****
005
OPB5
000
255
FIX
Option 5 (Miscellaneous)
*****
006
OPB6
000
255
FIX
Option 6 (OSD Language related)
*****
DATA
50
00
Function
Table & Note
Device Name
Common
Note
00
For remark *****
Please refer to
Option Bit for all
models on Page 23
to Page 25
NOTE
•
shaded items are no data.
• Standard data listed on the Adjustment Item Table are reference values, therefore it may be different for each model and for each mode.
• Note for Different Data Those are the standard data values written on the microprocessor. Therefore, the data values of the modes and stored respectively in the memory.
In case of a device replacement, adjustment by rewriting the data value is necessary for some items.
RM-W101
OPTM
Functionality
No.
KV-AR14M80
TVJ
Category
KV-AR14M80
RM-W101
ITEM INFORMATION
No. OPB1
Item
KV-AR14M80
Speed Search
0
1
M/N
L’
M
B/G
I
D/K
DEC
0
0
1
1
1
1
79
SPEED SEARCH (Time of speed search)
00 = disabled (original cycle speed)
01 = 4 time speed from the original
10 = 6 time speed from the original
11 = 8 time speed from the original
0 = disabled, 1 = enabled
TV System Selection
No. OPB2
Item
KV-AR14M80
AV Multi/ Component Composite (SCART)
PAM(GA)
D1(JPN)
0
1
1
1
0
D1
AV Multi/
PAM
Component
Composite
(D1 Terminal)
(AV Multi Terminal) - JP
Portable Audio Mode - GA
(Component [YCbCr] Terminals)
(No. of Composite Terminals)
(SCART)
(No. of SCART Terminals)
SECAM
Color decoding
(SECAM Color System)
(Color Crystal Selection)
SECAM
1
Color Decording
0
0
DEC
116
0 = not available, 1 = available
0 = not available, 1 = available
0 = not available, 1 = available
0 = not available, 1 = available
00 = no composite terminal
(Euro:no Scart) BX1L:No Video
01 = 1 composite terminal
(Euro:1 Scart) BX1L:2 Video in
10 = 2 composite terminals
(Euro:2 Scart) BX1L:3 Video in
11 = 3 composite terminals
(Euro:no terminal) BX1L:4 Video in
0 = not available, 1 = available
00 = PAL/NTSC/SECAM (Multi)
01 = NTSC (3.58MHz)
10 = PAL/NTSC/SECAM (4.43MHz)
11 = PAL/NTSC (Tri-Norma)
No. OPB3
Item
KV-AR14M80
HDEV
NICAM ST NICAM BI
0
HDEV
NICAM ST
NICAM BI
A2 ST/BI
Thai Bilingual
JP/US ST
Korean ST
MONO
0
0
A2 ST
0
Thai
JP/US ST Korean ST
Bilingual
0
(High Deviation Mode)
(NICAM Stereo)
(NICAM Stereo)
(A2 [West German]
Stereo/Bilingual)
(A2 [Thai] Bilingual)
or Force SAP if JP/US ST is act
(JP/US Stereo)
(Korean Stereo)
(Monaural Model)
– 23 –
0
MONO
DEC
0
00
0
0 = disabled, 1 = enabled
0 = disabled, 1 = enabled
0 = disabled, 1 = enabled
0 = disabled, 1 = enabled
0 = disabled, 1 = enabled
0 = disabled, 1 = enabled
0 = disabled, 1 = enabled
0 = Stereo (SSD) Model
1 = Monuaral Model
KV-AR14M80
RM-W101
No. OPB4
Item
KV-AR14M80
Firmware/
SMAT
1 spk
Models
VM
1
0
0
Equalizer Surround
1
0
Firmware
SMAT
1 spk Models
(SSD Firmware Downloading)
Surround Matrix
1 Speaker Models
VM
Equalizer
Surround
(Velocity Modulation)
(5-band Equalizer Model)
(US/GA Surround Selection)
V-Chip
(V-Chip Model)
TOP
TEXT
(Forced TOP)
(Teletext Model)
V-Chip
Top
Text
DEC
0
0
0
144
0 = disabled, 1 = enabled
0 = Active, 1 = Passive
0 = 2 or 3 Speaker Models,
1 = 1 speaker Models
0 = disabled, 1 = enabled
0 = Bass/Treble Model, 1 = Equalizer Model
0 = Off/Simulated/Surround
1 = Off/Simulated/WOW/TruSurround (US)
1 = Off/Simulated/SRS (3D) Surround (GA)
0 = Channel Block Model (no rating)
1 = Parental Control Model (rating)
0 = Auto Mode (TOP/FLOF), 1 = Forced TOP
0 = Non-Teletext Model, 1 = Teletext Model
No. OPB5
Item
KV-AR14M80
Full
No
Forced 60
Surround Surround
0
0
0
ASD
Tilt
IP Plus
IP
Wide
DEC
0
0
1
1
1
07
Full Surround
(Full Surround option)
No Surround
Forced 60
ASD
Tilt
IP Plus
IP
Wide
(No Surround Model)
(Forced 60Hz in no signal)
(Automatic Standard Detection)
(Tilt Correction/PIC Rotation)
(Intelligent Picture Plus)
(Intelligent Picture)
(Wide Mode/V-Compressed)
– 24 –
0 = Normal Surround Model
1 = Full Surround Model
(Off/simulated/surround/
SRS/WOW/TruSurround)
0 = Surround Model, 1 = Non-Surround Model
0 = 50Hz, 1 = 60Hz
0 = disabled, 1 = enabled
0 = disabled, 1 = enabled
0 = disabled, 1 = enabled
0 = disabled, 1 = enabled
0 = disabled, 1 = enabled
KV-AR14M80
RM-W101
No. OPB6
Item
GA US
Latin
1
0
KV-AR14M80
Feature 2 Feature 1
0
0
0
GA US
(US Model Destination)
Latin
(US Model Latin Destination)
Feature 2
(Temporary for BX1L)
Feature 1
(Temporary for BX1L)
OSD Language Selection
(English always available except JP)
1
0
0
132
0 = US/CANADA/Latin
1 = Taiwan/Korea/Philippine
(Wake-up timer enable)
(GA Surround Spec:OFF,
SIMULATED, SRS)
0 = US/CANADA (No Volume Figure Display)
1 = Latin (Volume Figure Display)
0 = Comb Not available
1 = Comb available
0 = PiP Not Available
1 = PiP available
US
01xx = French
0x1x = Spanish
0xx1 = Portuguese
US
(GA NTSC)
1x1x = Complicated Chinese
1xx1 = Korean
GA
EU
– 25 –
DEC
OSD Language Selection
1xxx = Simplified Chinese
x1xx = Arabic
xx1x = Thai
xxx1 = Vietnamese
0000 = Destination ADE
0001 = Destination BL
0010 = Destination KR
0011 = Destination U
KV-AR14M80
RM-W101
3-3.
PICTURE QUALITY ADJUSTMENTS
SUB HUE ADJUSTMENT
PMX/CONTRAST ADJUSTMENT
1.
2.
3.
4.
Select Video Mode.
Input PAL CB to TV set.
Set PICT 03 "PWL" to 00h and WHBL 21 "BLBG" to 01h.
Set the following condition:
PICTURE 100%, COLOR 0%, BRIGHTNESS 50%.
5. Connect an oscilloscope to pin 4 (R output) of CN004.
6. Set to Service Mode "PWL" to 00h, "BLBG" to 01h.
7. Select SADJ00 "PMX" with 1 and 4 of the
commander then adjust VR within spec with 3 and 6.
1. Select Video.
2. Input a NTSC 3.58 Color Bar to TV set.
3. Set the following condition:
PICTURE 100%, COLOR 50%, BRIGHTNESS 50%
4. Connect an oscilloscope to pin 2 (B output) of CN004.
5. Set to Service and adjust SADJ01 "SHUE" with 1
and 4 of commander then adjust to VB1 = VB2 =
VB3 = VB4 with 3 and 6.
6. Then press [MUTING] t - to write the data.
VB1
VB2
VR
Black
The highest level of VB1, VB2, VB3, VB4 must be
aligned at the same time.
The ideal difference between VB2 and VB3 is within
±110mV.
1.46 ± 0.03 Vp-p = without VM models
1.65 ± 0.03 Vp-p = with VM models
8. Then press [MUTING] t - to write the data
9. Set "PWL" and "BLBG" back to initial data repectively.
(PWL: 01h and BLGG: 00h)
Select Video and set Picture mode.
Input PAL 100% CB to TV set.
Set PICT 06 "WTS" to 00h.
Set the following condition:
PICTURE 100%, COLOR 50%, BRIGHTNESS 50%.
5. Connect an oscilloscope to pin 2 (B output) of CN004.
6. Select to Service Mode and adjust SADJ04 "SCOL"
with 1 and 4 of commander then adjust to
VB2 = VB3 = VB4 with 3 and 6.
VB1
For single system with NTSC 4.43 select TV channel
with NTSC 4.43 and repeat 4 t 6.
3-4.
SUB COLOR ADJUSTMENT
1.
2.
3.
4.
VB3 VB4
DEFLECTION ADJUSTMENT
H-TRAPEZOID ADJUSTMENT
1. Receive cross hatch/dotsignal.
2. Adjust on to make H-Trapezoid distortion best.
NORMAL MODE (50Hz)
1. Set to Service Mode.
2. Input SPCB Signal (Select Video Mode for USA).
3. Using the 1 and 4 button select GEO (Service
Mode).
4. Rasie/lower data using the 3 and 6 buttons adjust
the following items:-
VB2 VB3 VB4
GEOM :
VB2 = VB3 = VB4
(Difference is within 70mV)
7. Then press [MUTING] t - to write the data.
8. Set "WTS" back to original data.
000
001
002
003
004
005
006
007
008
009
010
011
012
013
014
015
016
017
018
HPOS
HPAR
HBOW
VLIN
VSCR
HSIZ
EWPW
UCOP
LCOP
EWTZ
VSLP
VSIZ
SCOR
VPOS
HBL
WBF
WBR
SBL
COPY
Horizontal Shift (HS)
Horizontal Parallelogram
Horizontal Bow
Vertical Linearity
Vertical Scroll
EW Width (EW)
EW Parabola/Width (PW)
EW Upper Corner Parabola
EW Lower Corner Parabola
EW Trapezium
Vertical Slope (VS)
Vertical Amplitude
S-Correction (SC)
Vertical Shift (VSH)
RGB Blanking Mode
Timing of Wide Blanking (WBF)
Timing of Wide Blanking (WBR)
Service Blanking
Copy the GEO data to all
50/60Hz NVM area
5. Write into memory by pressing [MUTING] then - on
the remote commander.
– 26 –
KV-AR14M80
RM-W101
WIDE MODE (50Hz)
WIDE MODE (60Hz)
(V-Compression Adjustment)
1. Input SPCB signal.
2. Adjust condition change to WIDE MODE : ON
3. Copy (Item from normal mode 50Hz) all Normal
Mode adjusted data.
(V-Compression Adjustment)
1. Input mono scope signal.
2. Adjust condition change to WIDE MODE : ON
3. "COPY" is set to 1, then [MUTE] + -
3-5.
NORMAL MODE (60Hz)
1. Input signal
1. Input 525/60Hz signal.
2. They can copy 50Hz first.
("COPY" under GEOM is set to 1, then [MUTE] + -)
3. Using the 1 and 4 button, select category GEO
(Service Mode).
4. Raise/lower data using the 3 and 6 buttons to
obtain optimum image.
GEOM :
000
001
002
003
004
005
006
007
008
009
010
011
012
013
014
015
016
017
018
HPOS
HPAR
HBOW
VLIN
VSCR
HSIZ
EWPW
UCOP
LCOP
EWTZ
VSLP
VSIZ
SCOR
VPOS
HBL
WBF
WBR
SBL
COPY
DRIVE ADJUSTMENT
Horizontal Shift (HS)
Horizontal Parallelogram
Horizontal Bow
Vertical Linearity
Vertical Scroll
EW Width (EW)
EW Parabola/Width (PW)
EW Upper Corner Parabola
EW Lower Corner Parabola
EW Trapezium
Vertical Slope (VS)
Vertical Amplitude
S-Correction (SC)
Vertical Shift (VSH)
RGB Blanking Mode
Timing of Wide Blanking (WBF)
Timing of Wide Blanking (WBR)
Service Blanking
Copy the GEO data to all
50/60Hz NVM area
2.
3.
4.
5.
70% Color Bar (USA)
100% Color Bar (Other)
Make sure only red is active.
Set following condition :PICTURE 100%, COLOR 0%, Other 50%
Select SADJ00 "PMAX" with 1 and 4 then adjust
until voltage in R out X gain [recorded] = SPEC
Then press [MUTING] t - to write data.
X±2VDC (R Cathode on C or CV board)
Model
14”
21”
GA
83.0
88.0 - Non VM Models
99.0 - VM Models
6. Set VIDP 36 BLBG back to 00.
– 27 –
KV-AR14M80
RM-W101
3-6.
PICTURE DISTORTION ADJUSTMENT
H. CENTER ADJUSTMENT (HPOS)
1. Input NTSC Monoscope signal.
2. Activate the Service Adjustment Mode.
3. Select the HPOS item with 1 and 4.
4. Adjust the value of HPOS with 3 and 6 for the best
vertical center.
5. Press [MUTING] then - to save into the memory.
V. LINEARITY (VLIN), V. CORRECTION (SCOR), PIN
AMP (EWPW), AND HORIZONTAL TRAPEZOID
(EWTZ) ADJUSTMENTS
1. Input NTSC Monoscope signal.
2. Activate the Service Adjustment Mode.
3. Select VLIN, SCOR, EWPW, and EWTZ with 1 and
4.
4. Adjust with 3 and 6 for the best horizontal size.
5. Press [MUTING] then - to save into the memory.
V LINEARITY (VLIN)
H. SIZE ADJUSTMENT (HSIZ)
1. Input NTSC Monoscope signal.
2. Activate the Service Adjustment Mode.
3. Select HSIZ with 1 and 4.
4. Adjust with 3 and 6 for the best horizontal size.
5. Press [MUTING] then - to save into the memory.
V CORRECTION (SCOR)
PIN AMP (EWPW)
HORIZONTAL TRAPEZOID (EWTZ)
V. SIZE ADJUSTMENT (VSIZ)
1. Input NTSC Monoscope signal.
2. Activate the Service Adjustment Mode.
3. Select the VSIZ item with 1 and 4.
4. Adjust value of VPOS with 3 and 6 for the best
vertical center.
5. Press [MUTING] then - to save into the memory.
V. ANGLE (HPAR), H. BOW (HBOW), UPPER PIN
(UCOP) AND LOW PIN (LCOP) ADJUSTMENTS
1. Input NTSC Monoscope signal.
2. Activate the Service Adjustment Mode.
3. Select HPAR, HBOW, UCOP, and LCOP with 1 and
4.
4. Adjust with 3 and 6 for the best picture.
5. Press [MUTING] then - to save into the memory.
V. CENTER ADJUSTMENT (VPOS)
1. Input NTSC Monoscope signal.
2. Activate the Service Adjustment Mode.
3. Select the VPOS item with 1 and 4.
4. Adjust value of VPOS with 3 and 6 for the best
vertical center.
5. Press [MUTING] then - to save into the memory.
V ANGLE (HPAR)
V BOW (HBOW)
UPPER PIN (UCOP)
LOW PIN (LCOP)
– 28 –
Relay
JP
MAIN
Power
Supply
Stdby Power
IF
VIF SAW
FSS TUNER
SIF SAW
5V
29-30.SIF1~12
24-5.VIF1~2
33.SNDIF
44.Intco
31.AGCout
VIF & SIF
S1
CV/YC
L(Mono)
R
AV2
AV3
R
VM
+B
120.P3.3(S2)
51.CV/Y4
52.C4
Rot. cct
112.PWMO
113.P2.2
Micro
Text
CC & V-chip
I/O Port
Jungle
HV
V-out
V+, V-
On/Off
21.EWD
67.Hout
Hp
66.Fbiso
32.EHTO/OVP
83.BCKin
+/-15V
Pin out
H-drive
H-out
EW, Hd
EHT, ABL
Hout
FBT
feedback
49,50.InL,R4
G/Y
B/PB
R/PR
L
R
Fbl(RGBin)
RGB/
DVD
in
DVD/RGB
78-80.RGB3
34,35.InL,R5
77.Fbl3
70-72.RGB2 in
74~76.YUVout
10.Xtalin PLL
11.Xtalout
Audio Amp
60,61.
I/O Port
24.576MHz
YPBPR
Ik
65.SVM
ONE CHIP IC
53,54.InL,R2
R
S2
AV3
in
84.lk
RGB
YUV
Processor
RGB
23. V+
22. V-
56,57.InL,R3
55.CV/Y2
CV/YC
L(Mono)
RGB Amp
POWER
LR
LSL,R
102.P0.4
122~3.P2.4~5
AV2
in
DGC
114.P2.3
115.P3.0
58.CV/Y3
59.C3
AV1
CV
L(Mono)
Relay
111.P2.0(ST)
126.INT2
98, 99. SDA1, SCL1
108, 109. SDA0, SCL0
– 29 –
AV1
in
36,37.OutL,R1
Op Amp
R
Color
Decoder
AUDIO VCC
SECTION 4
DIAGRAMS
Mon
out
48.SVO
Video
L(Mono)
8V
8V
43.IFVO
62,63.HPL,R
Op Amp
R
5V
85~87
RGBout
119.ADC2
TV
out
1.8
V
30V
Radio
BPF
TV
L(Mono)
STBY
3.3V
116.ADC1,103P03
12C
+B line
STBY 3.3/5V
3.3/5V
AGCin
30V
4-1. BLOCK DIAGRAM
CISPR/
PFC
AC in ~
110-220V
A
D
C
Stereo
DSP
DAC
10W
R
10W
2ch
mute
106.P0.2
105.P0.1
Stdby
Detect
D1
L
LED
ID1
Device 12C
Video
12C
Mode 1,2
SIRCS
NVM
R
VAR
ATT
L,R
RM-W101
EU
I
KV-AR14M80
JP
HP
B-INT
Key buttons
CXA2085
KV-AR14M80
RM-W101
4-2.
CIRCUIT BOARDS LOCATION
C Board
A Board
4-3.
SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM INFORMATION
Note:
• All capacitors are in µF unless otherwise noted.
• All electrolytic capacitors are rated at 50V unless otherwise
noted.
• All resistors are in ohms.
kΩ = 1000Ω, MΩ = 1000kΩ
• Indication of resistance which does not have rating
electrical power is as follows.
Reference information
RESISTOR
: RN
: RC
: FPRD
: FUSE
: RS
: RB
: RW
Pitch: 5 mm
Rating electrical power 1/4W (CHIP: 1/10W)
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
: nonflammable resistor.
: fusible resistor
: panel designation or adjustment for repair.
All variable and adjustable resistors have characteristic
curve B unless otherwise noted.
Readings are taken with a color-bar signal input.
no mark
: Common
(
)
: PAL
[
]
: NTSC 3.58
Readings are taken with a 10 MΩ digital multimeter.
Voltage are dc with respect to ground unless otherwise
noted.
Voltage variations may be noted due to normal
production tolerances.
All voltage are in Volt.
✽
: Cannot be measured.
Circled numbers are waveform references.
: B +bus.
: B –bus.
k : signal path.
COIL
CAPACITOR
Note: The reference number which starts with Wxxx
(eg: W003) indicates a wire to wire connection.
Note: Components marked as XX are not fitted on this
model.
– 30 –
Note:
:✽
: LF-8L
: TA
: PS
: PP
: PT
: MPS
: MPP
: ALB
: ALT
: ALR
METAL FILM
SOLID
NONFLAMMABLE CARBON
NONFLAMMABLE FUSIBLE
NONFLAMMABLE METAL
OXIDE
NONFLAMMABLE CEMENT
NONFLAMMABLE
WIREWOUND
ADJUSTMENT RESISTOR
MICRO INDUCTOR
TANTALUM
STYROL
POLYPROPYLENE
MYLAR
METALIZED POLYESTER
METALIZED POLYPROPYLENE
BIPOLAR
HIGH TEMPERATURE
HIGH RIPPLE
The component identified by shading and
mark ! are critical for safety. Replace only
with part number specified.
Note: “A” board schematic diagram is divided into 6 blocks.
Each block is named by its function and block
“alphabet”. eg: Processor (Block A)
Joint connection between boards can be identified
using the block alphabet followed by sequence
numbering.
eg: -<HOUT-DEFL (A10) To D11
Meaning: Block A joint A10 is connected to Block D
joint D11
R774
150
3W
RS
D750
GP08D
7
L782
XX
JW1782
5MM
6
B OUT
R OUT
5
G OUT
VDD
4
200V
NC
GND
H1
NC
CN703
5P
WHT
TO A BOARD
(DEFLECTION)
CN801
KGKB G2
PICTURE
TUBE
A34LRG70X
H
JW1783
5MM
L783
XX
CV
KR G1
G4
HV
4
5
6
TO A BOARD
(PROCESSOR)
CN004
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
3
R757
R756 1k
1k
R758
1/2W 1/2W 1k
1/2W
JW1781
5MM
1
2
3
4
5
C
(VIDEO AMP)
RM-W101
7
B-BX1S12314-E..-C..-AR14M80
KV-AR14M80
8 9
R763
R764
4 100 1/2W
100
R766
200V
1/2W
D754
XX
9V
HSS82-TJ
R767
D755
C788
XX
HSS82-TJ
XX
R794
C787
0.47
R768 XX
R754
1000p
R765
D756
1 GND
500V 100 1/2W
C789
680 :CHIP
HSS82-TJ
XX
CN705
C751
C753
C790 R753 R-IN
1P
10
XX
XX 680
250V
JW702
CHIP
TO EARTH
R752
XX
R780 COATING
ASSY
680
470k
9V
:CHIP
1/2W
C786
L750
R786
R784 R777 R775
C781
1000p
XX
XX
XX
XX
4.7
XX
CHIP CHIP
B:CHIP 250V
C759
XX
R785
R713
R778
CH
XX
0
XX
CHIP :CHIP
Q701
XX
R776
C783
XX
1000p
D782
CHIP
UDZSTE-175.6B B:CHIP
1
GND
B
G
R
GND
1K
9V
CN701
7P
WHT
IK
2
GND
1
R IN
G IN
– 31 –
B IN
2
6
5
R781
0.47
2W
RS
3
IC751
3 TDA6108AJF/N1
L781 XX
RCV
6
RV750
110M
D781
1SS119-25
C782
1000p
B
R783
100
1/2W
C754
4.7
250V
C752
4700p
2kV
E
L780
22uH
2
9 8 7
R760
XX
R773
560k
1/2W
4
5
1
D780
1SS119-25
1000V
4-3-1. C Board Schematic Diagram
3
GND 13
11
10
1 1000V
CN704
1P
GND
1
A
1
B
J751
C
R795
100K
1/2W
FPRD
D
E
F
G
H
I
J
FV
KV-AR14M80
KV-AR14M80
RM-W101
RM-W101
4-3-2. A Board — Processor (Block A)
D066
GP08D
Y OUT
GND
U OUT / FB
GND
V OUT
Y IN / G
GND
U IN / B
V IN / R
GND
1
2
3
4
5
1
2
3
4
5
Y IN
Y OUT
TO C BOARD
CN711
13
R377
1.5k
CHIP
V IN
U IN
CN003
XX
4P
WHT
12
HOUT-DEFL (A10) To D11
AFC-DEFL (A11) To D2
LSR-AUDIO (A12) To B3
LSL-AUDIO (A13) To B2
GND
B OUT
G OUT
R OUT
GND
IK
9V
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
CN004
XX
WHT
TO C BOARD
CN701
CN009
XX
5P
YEL
11
1
2
3
4
CN007
XX
WHT
TO A BOARD
(JACK)
CN905
+B (A9) To C11,D15,E11
+B
NC
GND
VM OUT
10
9V
5V
V IN
R394
4.7k
CHIP
R
C004
100
16V
G
B
U IN
L003
10uH
U OUT
3.3V
9
V OUT
PROCESSOR
BLOCK A
B
8
C005
100
16V
C006
100
16V
A
MOMUTE-AUDIO
(A7) To B8
A
7
D1_JP/MODE2_
EU/MONSW-MONO
(A8) To F24
6
SDA-0 (A5) To E14
SCL-0 (A6) To E15
5
5V (A4) To C9,D12,E16,F1
4
3.3V (A3) To C1,D18
3
9V (A2) To B4,B14,C8,
D14,E13,F6
2
PWR-OFF-MUTE
(A1) To B6
1
C
3.3V
R098
220
CHIP
R322
4.7k
CHIP
R029
100
CHIP
L009 C011
10uH XX
C311
2.2
L007 10uH
R039 100 CHIP
R041 100 CHIP
R042 2.2k CHIP
9
VOUT
UOUT
YOUT
YSYNC
YIN
UIN
VIN
VDDCOMB
VSSCOMB
HOUT
AFC
VM
10
11
VP3
GND3
B-Y/BIN
Y/GIN
R-Y/RIN
SCARTFBL
GNDA
VREFAD
VREFAD_PO
VREFAD_NE
VDDA(3.3V)
B OUT
G OUT
R OUT
IK
ABL
R020
100 CHIP
99
C021
100p CHIP 100
SDA1
VDDC2
VSSC2
B INT
D1_JP/MODE2_EU/MONSW-MONO
MOMUTE-AUDIO
109 SDA0
110 VDDP(3.3V)
C090
100p
CH D070
XX
111 S1/VC(GA)
ROT_CTRL
To D16 (A33)
ROT_SW
To D17 (A34)
D069
XX D076 MMDL914T1
R024 100 CHIP
JR1011
L012
0
10uH
C013 CHIP
100 16V
C014
0.22
R026
16V
100
B:CHIP
CHIP
R025
100
L013
CHIP
10uH
D072
MMDL914T1
R023
1.5K
CHIP
112 ROT CTRL
113 ROT SW
(
114 STBY_SW
115 DGC RELAY
118 DECV1V8
121 VSSC1/P
122 RED LED
123 GREEN LED
124 VDDC3(1.8V)
125 VSSC3
126 AGC-MUTE
1
2
63
62
R
G
L033
10uH
C321
0.01 25V
B:CHIP
R397
1.5M
CHIP C322
0.001
B :CHIP
1.8V AUDIO
L032
10uH
3.3V
3
4
R314
6.8k
CHIP
R316
XX
CHIP
JW1088
XX
61
5V
60
C1 (A18) To F8
CVBS1/Y1 (A19) To F10
INR1 (A20) To F12
INL1 (A21) To F11
CVBS3 (A22) To F13
INR3 (A23) To F15
INL3 (A24) To F14
59
58
57
56
55
54
53
52
51
50
49
5
48
47
C072
0.01
25V
B:CHIP
L004
47uH
C303
100
16V
46
45
C319
47p
CHIP
43
42
41
40
CVBS2/Y2 (A25) To F20
INR2 (A26) To F18
INL2 (A27) To F19
MON-OUT (A28) To F5
W033
C069
0.1
16V
B:CHIP
C063
38
0.1
37
16V
36
B:CHIP
35
34
TV-L
W032
33
W030
W010
W031
OUTR (A31) To F4
OUTL (A32) To F3
TV-R
C309
XX
5V
D063
MMDL914T1
OCP
D060
UDZSTE-175.6B
ABL
D061
MMDL914T1
C079
XX
R326
XX
RN-CP
Q009
XX
ABL-BUFFER
C084
XX R327
B
XX W009
RN-CP
1.8V AUDIO
I
R310 R311
100 47k
CHIP CHIP
R309
1M
CHIP
D062
UDZSTE-175.6B
SLICER
W011
FB001
1.1uH
J
To E3 (A35) 2SIF
To D8 (A38) OVP-DEFL
To E10 (A36) TUAGC-IF
To D10 (A37) OCP-PROTECT
To E2 (A40) SIFIN1-IF
To E1 (A39) SIFIN2-IF
To D1 (A45) EWD-DEFL
To D7 (A44) VD--DEFL
To D5 (A43) VD+-DEFL
To E8 (A42) VIFIN1-IF
To E7 (A41) VIFIN2-IF
To D4 (A47) ABL
To D3 (A46) VGUARD-DEFL
To E20 (A67) VDDC4_CAP
To D19 (A66) PH2LF
To C2 (A49) 1.8V_MAIN
1.8V_AUDIO
To B13,C10 (A50)
To E12 ( A51) AGC-MUTE
To E21 (A68) VDDC3_CAP
To F9 (A53) S1/VC
D1_JP/MODE1_EU
To F25 (A52)
To F17 (A54) S2
To C13 (A58) STBY_SW
To C15 (A57) DGC-RELAY
To E6 (A56) SECAM-L-L
To E9 (A55) M-SYS-IF
(A59) RESET
To B9 (A60) AUDIO-MUTE
B-BX1S12314-E..-A..(Block D)-AR14M80
– 32 –
5
– 33 –
JW1089
XX
JW1090
XX
JW1091
XX
5
JW1092
XX
MONO_OUTL (A30) To E19,F2
C316
0.47
10V
B:CHIP
1.8V AUDIO
1.8V MAIN
5
PLL1F (A65) To E18
R315
6.8k
CHIP
3.3V
5
IFVO/IF_MON_OUT (A29) To E5
3.3V
W008
5
W034
C320
47p
CHIP
39
C064 R379
C065
2.2
17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32
68k
3.3
R312
CHIP
C089
C052
1000
1M
R060
D074
1000
R051
B
CHIP
100
B
CHIP
39k
MMDL914T1
CHIP
CHIP
C046 CHIP
6800
R048 C055
R313
25V
100 0.15
150k
B CHIP
C323 C058
R046CHIP 250V
CHIP
0.001 1000
C044
100
PP
B:CHIP B:CHIP
2.2
C050 CHIP
16V C049 10
C300
0.22
R011 16V
1K B:CHIP
CHIP
C041
4700
0.022
B:CHIP F:CHIP 25V
B
W022
CHIP
C081
C317
1000
220 16V B:CHIP
C042
0.22
C080
16V 5V
1000
B:CHIP
B:CHIP
W060
H
IFVO/IF_MON_OUT
SIFAGC/SCART
PLLIF
GND2
MONO_OUTL
DECSDEM
OUTR
OUTL
D1 RIN
D1 LIN
AVL/2SIF
119 KEY
C022
0.22
16V
B:CHIP
C024
22
CVBSO (A15) To F23
SCARTHPR (A16) To F22
SCARTHPL (A17) To B1,F21
64
INTC0-IF 44
13 14 15 16
3.3V
)
120 S2
TP02
C325
0.022
25V
CHIP
CVBS2/Y2
INR2
INL2
MON-OUT
VP2
AGC2SIF
VCC8V
117 VDDC1(1.8V)
128 M-SYS-IF
1.8V MAIN
IC001
TDA12067H/N1B0B0QX
SYSTEM CONTROLLER
- VIDEO PROCESSOR
- AUDIO PROCESSOR
116 D1_JP/MODE1_EU
127 SECAM L-L
C018
0.22
16V
B:CHIP
W004
CVBS0
SCARTHPR
SCARTHPL
LSR
LSL
C1
CVBS1/Y1
INR1
INL1
CVBS3
INR3
INL3
C2
108 SCL0
R319
XX
D914
SPB-25MVWF
LED
97 SIRSC
98 SCL1
C012
101
0.22
102
C313 16V R012 2.2k CHIP 103
1000p B:CHIP
104
B:CHIP R337 470 CHIP
105 AUDIO STDBY
R339 100 CHIP
106 AUDIO MUTE
R341 100 CHIP
107 HD SW
R018 100 CHIP
1.8V MAIN
CHIP
D071
MMDL914T1
Q013
MSD601-RT1
C314
470
10V
F
C091
100p
CHIP
R320
4.7k
CHIP
L011
10uH
96 95 94 93 92 91 90 89 88 87 86 85 84 83 82 81 80 79 78 77 76 75 74 73 72 71 70 69 68 67 66 65
R323
100
CHIP
VDDADC(1.8)
VSSADC
VDDA2
VDDA(1.8)
4
3
2
C020
D068
0.1
UDZSTE-175.6B
16V
B:CHIP
R392
C308
0.01 25V
R380 10K
CHIP
B:CHIP
100
CHIP
R030
100
CHIP
C312
1000p
B:CHIP
Q006
UN2216
G LED SW
Q007
UN2216
R LED SW
G
R015
1.5k
CHIP
R010
10k
CHIP
W003
C073 2.2
R087
220
CHIP
R336
4.7k
CHIP
3.3V
C328
0.01
25V
CHIP
D065
UDZSTE-175.6B
D064 PROTECTION
UDZSTE-175.6B
PROTECTION
F
R362 R363 C009
0 XX
XX
CHIP CHIP B
D054
UDZSTE-175.6B
R001
PROTECTION
4.7k
CHIP
L031
10uH
C023
2.2
16V
TP03 B:CHIP
R045
100 CHIP
3.3V
R398
10
CHIP
C333
470
10V
Q016
UN2211
R361
XX
CHIP
R324
0
CHIP
R338
2.2k
CHIP
1.8V AUDIO
SCARTFBL/A16 (A14) To F16
C304
100
R044 16V
12k
CHIP
C048
0.22
16V
B CHIP
R340
10k
CHIP
C025
0.22 16V
B:CHIP
5V
D007
D009
XX
XX
PROTECTION PROTECTION
L008
10uH
AUDIO-STDBY
To B7 (A61)
R014 100
CHIP
R097
220
CHIP
VCC OUT
GND
3.3V
C051
XX
16V
F
VREF_POS_HPR
XTALIN
XTALOUT
VSSA1
VGUARD
DECDIG
VP1
PH2LF
PH1LF
GND1
SECPLL
DECBG
EWD
VDVD+
VIFIN1
VIFIN2
VSC
IREF
GNDIF
SIFIN1
SIFIN2
AGCOUT
EHT0
To F28 (A62) B_DAT
C010
470p
CHIP
IC002
RPM7240-H5
IC RECEIVER
C032 XX
C034 XX
X001
24.576MHz
R096
220
CHIP
B_DAT
C008
47
35V
R003
4.7k
CHIP
R099
220
CHIP
To F29 (A63) B_INT
R360
0
CHIP
R331
100
CHIP
C029 470
L036
10V
10uH
L037 C031 XX
XX
To F27 (A64) B_CLK
E
3.3V
JR1010
XX
CHIP
B_INT
TO TOP CONTROL
PANEL
IC003
M24C16-WMN6T(A)
NVM
C098
XX
16V C068
F XX
16V
F
C097
XX
16V
F
Q010
MSB709-RT1
C071
XX
16V
F
D023
C056
UDZSTE-179.1B
D006
100
R364
R317
PROTECTION
XX
16V
D008
1k
3.3k
PROTECTION
L006
XX
L035
L005
CHIP
CHIP
10uH
PROTECTION
10uH
10uH
R356
C054
C036
0 CHIP
C026
C030
C095
0.1
16V
100
47
C094
0.1
0.22
D005
16V
0.1
C038
35V
16V
XX
16V B 16V
0.1
B R058
B
B
16VC302R386PROTECTIONCHIP CHIP
100
CHIP
C301 B 2.2 100
C053
R056 CHIP R059
470p CHIP 16VCHIP
0.022
1k
F
R395
100
CH
25V B
C028
CHIP 100k
R385
CHIP
C092
CHIP
C093
R384
R038
0.1
100 100
0.1 0.1
C096
CHIPTP04
16V B:CHIP 100
CHIP CHIP
8 7 6
16V 16V
0.1
CHIP
B CHIPB CHIP
16V B CHIP
VSSP2
VSSC4
VDDC4(1.8V)
VDDA3(3.3V)
VREF_POS_LSL
VREF_NEG_LSL+LSR
VREF_POS_LSR+HPL
vREF_NEG_HPL+HPR
GND 1
NC 2
KEY 3
D056
MMDL914T1
PROTECTION
D003
MMDL914T1
B:CHIP
R393
100 C002
CHIP 470
16V
D025
UDZSTE-179.1B
PROTECTION
2 1
D002
MMDL914T1
CN005
3P:S-MICRO
WHT
C015
XX
D067
XX
1
C001
100p CHIP
R002
R006
100
XX
CHIP
CHIP
C318
0.1
16V
5V
D
R004
100
CHIP
D055
UDZSTE-175.6B
PROTECTION
3.3V
D059
MMDL914T1
B-MUTE
D024
UDZSTE-179.1B
PROTECTION
5V
L010 10uH
C003
100p
CHIP
C099
XX
16V
F
D004
XX
PROTECTION
5V
D075 UDZS-TE17-9.1B
C037 4.7
Q001
UN2211
RGB-MUTE
(SPOT)
Y IN
5V
D057
MMDL914T1
R-MUTE
D058
MMDL914T1
G-MUTE
3.3V
14
KV-AR14M80
KV-AR14M80
RM-W101
RM-W101
4-3-3. A Board — Audio (Block B)
Q205
XX
MIXER
C226 R227
XX
16V XX
F CHIP
C227 R228
XX
XX CHIP
9V
1 SP
2 GND
3 GND
CN200
4P
WHT
1 SP L
2 GND
3 GND
4 SP R
2
3
1
4
3
4
5
1
2
7
6
9
10
11
CN202
XX
WHT
A
Q204
XX
MIXER
R222
XX
CHIP
C217
1000
25V
IN L
IN C/NC
OUTL
MUTE
PW_GND
VCC
STBY
OUTR/NC
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
D210
XX
C224 C211
C228
XX 4.7
XX
C229
R230
R229
XX
XX
XX
CHIP
CHIP
Q200
UN2211
R212
0
CHIP
D207
XX
R236
10K
CHIP
W041
R241
2.2k
CHIP
Q206
UN2211
H
R242
2.2k
CHIP
C213
R213 C212
XX 0.1
15k
25V
B
:CHIP
CHIP
R214
15k :CHIP
R215
10k
:CHIP
R216
10k :CHIP
D201
MMDL914T1
D213
MMDL914T1
R240
XX
CHIP
R235
47
FPRD
R217
330
Q201
MSB709-RT1
9V
Q202
MSB709-RT1 D205
AC MUTEMMDL914T1
R218
0
CHIP
D203
MMDL914T1
D202
MMDL914T1
R219
330
C232
0.047
PT
C220
10
C215
2200
AUDIO
(BLOCK B)
C218
22
C216
22
C231
0.047
PETP
D209
XX
R232
XX
CHIP
W040
C214
1000
25V
R234
47
FPRD
C210
100
R224
XX
CHIP
R225
XX
CHIP
S_GND
RF
IN R/NC
IC200
AN5277T
AUDIO AMP
12
C219
220
16V
D206
XX
R221
1k
:CHIP
R220
0
CHIP
9V
C221
XX
D204
MMDL914T1
D211
DA204K
D208
MMDL914T1
9V
D212
MMDL914T1
D214
MMDL914T1
FB2607
1.1UH
PS2601
5A
C2631
470p
500V
B
L2601
10uH
C2648
D2625
R2647
S3L20UF4 1000
35V
D2626
10k
FPRD
XX
C2636
1000
R2645
XX
C2601
FPRD
XX
C2602 470p B
FB2602
XX
R2646
1
FPRD
I
To A2,B14,C8,D14,E13,F6 (B4) 9V
R223
XX
CHIP
C225
XX
G
J202
XX
C235
470P
CHIP
R233
C201
XX FPRD
C223
2.2
XX
C202 C230
10V
XX
F:CHIP 0.033 PT
D200
R200 16V
DA204K
2.2K B:CHIP
PROTECT
CHIP
R201
R202
R208
4.7K
10K
3.3K
:CHIP CHIP
:CHIP
C236 XX
C208
C203
C207
0.033
0.033 16V
0.15
16V
R203
MPS
B:CHIP
2.2K
:CHIP R204 4.7k :CHIP
R211
C209
33K
R207
1
:CHIP
R205
3.3K
10K
CHIP
:CHIP
C204
C237
0.15
XX
MPS
PT
R210
C206
33K
0.033
16V
:CHIP
B:CHIP
9V
R226
XX
CHIP
F
8
To F7 (B5) MON-MUTE-AUDIO
E
J200
177078622
7
R237
100
CHIP
C234
470p
CHIP
JR1256
XX
CHIP
C200
2.2
10V
B:CHIP
J201
XX
6
OUTC/NC
D
CN201
XX
WHT
TO J BOARD
CN3400
5
C205 0.22
C
4
8
9
6
7
2
1
5
4
3
R238
100
R239 CHIP
XX
CHIP
LSR-AUDIO (B3) To A12
1 3D OUT+
2 GND
3 GND/3D OUT-
B
3
LSL-AUDIO (B2) To A13
A
2
SCARTHPL (B1) To A17,F21
1
– 34 –
To A61 (B7) AUDIO-STDBY
To A1 (B6) PWR-OFF-MUTE
To A7 (B8) MOMUTE-AUDIO
To A60 (B9) AUDIO-MUTE
To C6 (B10) AUDIO_GND
To C4 (B12) AUDIO_1
To C5 (B11) AUDIO_2
To A50,C10 (B13) 1.8V_AUDIO
J
To A2,B4,C8,D14,E13,F6 (B14) 9V
B-BX1S12314-E..-A..(Block B)-AR14M80
– 35 –
13
14
KV-AR14M80
KV-AR14M80
RM-W101
RM-W101
4-3-4. A Board — Power Supply (Block C)
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
A
C675
XX
A
POWER SUPPLY
(BLOCK C)
IC606
BA033T
3.3V REG
C
FB610
XX
JW1661 JW1663
XX
10MM
16
FB605 XX
C612
1500P
1.2kV
MPS
FB601
XX
JW1611
5MM
JW1666
5MM
JW1667 5
5MM
JW1654
XX
C685
220
16V
C652 470p 500V B
D623
10ERB20-TB3
C626
PS602 D622
470p
5A 11EQS10-TB5
500V
14
C654 470p 500V B D624 B
FB603
S3L20UF4
D620
1.1uH
13 XX
C682
C632
C634
PS605
1000 2200 470
5A
16V
35V
25V
12
D639
C628 470p 2kV
C650
C630
D3S6M-F XX
3300
11
C680
35V
D621
470p
RU4AM-T3
CHIP
10
15
11V
C635
470
W018
IC605
SE135N-LF38
ERROR
AMP
O C
G
FB608
0uH
C665
330
160V
R633
XX
R672
XX
CHIP
C649
100
R665 16V
XX
R655
100
CHIP
L602
22uH
C668
JR1602
100
XX
16V
D637
MA2ZD14001SO
C679
XX
C678
2.2
16V
F:CHIP
JW1653
5
D629
RD5.1ESB2
REG
1
1
JW1683
5MM
R647
1k R631
CHIP 4.7k
Q608
MSD601-RT1
SW
5V (C9) To A4,D12,E16,F1
C646
XX
100V
4
Q609
MSD601-RT1
SW
C661
XX
25V
B
4
(C14) HS-A007
– 37 –
JW1613
XX
JW1616
XX
1.8V_AUDIO (C10) To A50,B13
+B (C11) To A9,D15,E11
R635
10k
CHIP
R634
4.7K
CHIP
JW1612
XX
JW1614
XX
HOLD_DOWN (C12) To D9
J
– 36 –
11V (C7) To C16,D13
9V (C8) To A2,B4,B14,D14,E13,F6
L600
47uH
B-BX1S12314-E..-A..(Block C)-AR14M80
I
AUDIO_1 (C4) To B12
AUDIO_2 (C5) To B11
AUDIO_GND (C6) To B10
JR1601
XX
CHIP
R640
XX
C683
XX
PH600
PC123Y22JOOF
PHOTO
COUPLER
IC603
PQ018EF01SZH
1.8V-REG
R666
XX
TP601
R636
2.2k
1.8V_MAIN (C2) To A49
1.8V MAIN
IC602
D638
MMDL914T1 PQ09RDISJ00H 11V
IC604
9V-REG
TA7805S
5V-REG
C637
R668
L601 R667
100
1k 33k
47uH CHIP
16V
5V
CHIP
G
C639
G
9V C638
100
100
W024 16V
16V
C647 R669C674
XX
470
16V XX B
R654 XX CHIP
PS604
5A
SPARK GAP
PS603
5A
C653
470p
500V
B
D633
MTZJ-T-77-15
4
4
H
JW1665
20MM
18
17
Q601
MSD601-RT1
RELAY SW
1
1
G
1
C624
D602
R660
47
DGC 2
AM01AV1
470K
D600
IC601
RN
RECTIFY
CHIP 7
DGC 1
C611
R658
MMDL914T1
STR-F6267S
LF1357
D603
R627
Q605 120K
220
R661
DGC CN601 R602 R609 PROTECT
AM01AV1 FN155 R659 560K
SWITCHING
2.2 8
450V
2P:VH 4.7k 10k
RECTIFY BUFFER 220K RN
REGULATOR C644
CHIP CHIP
D608
470p
RD5.1ESB2 R675 C658
To A57 (C15) DGC-RELAY
REG XX XX
CH:CHIP
9
C643
4.7 10V
R612
C673
450V
R618
D614
B:CHIP
1.5K
XX D636
T602
D618
Q606
18K
MTZJ-T-77-15 D1NL20U
RN
C600
CH XX
W002
(SRT)
REG
D605 MSD601-RT1
4700p
RECT
RD5.1ESB2
250V
C616
D619
E
JW1604
REG
220p
D615
R623
W001
XX
CH:CHIP R620
D1NL20U 10ERB20-TA2B5
18K
0.27
R653
RECT
JW1632
JW1605
RECT
XX CHIP
2W
XX
XX
R624
RS 1/2W
VDR600
2.2k
D617
FPRD
R650
10ERB20-TA2B5 RN
FH603 S600 VARISTOR T600 JW1633
8.2M
R619 R621
XX
RECT
1W
XX
C623
0.22 220
145635411
RN
0.0033
2W
B:CHIP
RS
C666
&
AC IN 1
T603
0.1
FH602
AC IN 2 FH601
145635411
PP
C625
C669
F600
CN602
330p 250V B
XX
5A
R645
2P:VH
275V C602
250V
JW1630
150k
PT 0.1
C670
R646
C619
XX
:CHIP
330p
1.5k
PP
0.047
JW1602
JW1631
250V
C657
CHIP
PT
XX
XX
R625
B
330p
0
250V
C621
CHIP
JW1603
B
4.7
XX
T605
T604
XX
XX
SPARK GAP
F
JW1660
10MM
C610
4700p R651
XX
D604
2W
D3SB60F3 500V
E
RS
AC-RECT
C606
4700p
500V
E
RY600
SPARK GAP
E
DGCT 2
DGCT 1
CN600
2P:MINI
SPARK GAP
D
C660
0.22
275V
PP
C605
4700p
500V
E
THP600
180453011
D635
UDZSTE-173.6B VCC OUT
GND
C662
0.1
IC607
16V
BA18BC0FP-E2
B:CHIP
1.8V-REG
R616
1.5
10W
RN
C622
2200p
250V
E
3.3V (C1) To A3,D18
C641
100
16V
1.8V AUDIO
R639
XX
10W
RB
3.3V
R656
1
R638
1.5
10W
RB
JW1662
XX
C609
4700p
500V
E
To C7,D13 (C16) 11V
TP602
B
11V
VCC OUT
GND
C672
0.01
25V
B:CHIP
STBY_SW (C13) To A58
JW1615
XX
JW1617
XX
JW1618
XX
KV-AR14M80
KV-AR14M80
RM-W101
RM-W101
4-3-5. A Board — Deflection (Block D)
R303
2.2M
CHIP
R302
2.2M
CHIP
To A3,C1 (D18) 3.3V
To A34 (D17) ROT_SW
To A33 (D16) ROT_CTRL
To A9,C11,E11 (D15) +B
To A2,B4,B14,C8,E13,F6 (D14) 9V
To C7,C16 (D13) 11V
To A4,C9,E16,F1 (D12) 5V
C858
0.47
MPS
REF-VOLT
VCC (OUT)
OUTPUT
F.B-PLS
16
C855
220
35V
C844
0.047
16V
B:CHIP
R301
R304
XX C077 680k
CHIP XX CHIP
12
13
IC804
AN15524A
V-OUT
C863
0.047
16V
B:CHIP
T801-1
T801-1
1
T801-4
T801-4
4
T802
NX-4450//M3A4
HV
D820
T801-2
2
R891 R895
GP08D
T801-2
2.2
V-DRIVE
2.2k
R8004
R8005
5V
FPRD :CHIP
XX
XX
C854
100 35V
R8003
C862
GND_1
XX
6
C877
R893 1000
GND_1
0.01
76.8k 500V
11V
25V
11V
C876
:CHIP B
R401
T801-5
5
B:CHIP
1000p
0.47
T801-5
B:CHIP C878
1/2W
D823
0.01
FPRD
Q814
EL1Z
5V
25V
MSD601-RT1
B:CHIP
C850
C864
-13V
0.1
C813
FV
R402
XX
C861
100V
C811
XX
Q804
R838
XX
220
PT
2SA1091-O 100
SV
27k
D824
25V
C812
STOPPER 16V
R420
CHIP
R887
EL1Z
C815
C845
5V
3.3V
XX
22k
4.7k
L804
13
1000
XX
R848
R835
JW1841
R421 CHIP
9V
CHIP
R844
R841
C857
XX
C860
B:CHIP
150k XX 16V XX
7.5MM
6.8k
10k
220
R425
1000
D805
1/2W CHIP B CHIP CHIP
CHIP
XX
11
R804
R802
1SS133T-77 R826
500V C865
R888 25V
XX
STOPPER
CHIP
B
XX
330k R831
47k
XX
R839
PT
D809
R853
CHIP
CHIP
CHIP
0
CHIP
4.7k
11V
10
Q800
R842 R845 D812 3.3k
1SS119-25
R400
R822 CHIP
D830
D818
XX
5V
XX
XX XX CHIP
0.47
1.2k
STOPPER
R803
R824
MMDL914T1 RD5.1ESB2
D829
PIN DRIVE
1/2W
C800
CHIP CHIP
FPRD
XX
9
33k
PROTECTOR
UDZSTE-175.6B
C816
FPRD
CLAMP
XX
D808
CHIP
R801
XX
R800 CHIP
1SS119-25
XX
XX
STOPPER
R422
8
R8008 R8007
9V
JW1839
CHIP
CHIP
C831 R868
XX
C828 C830
XX
XX
R827
9V
10
9V
12.5MM
C840 1W
0.1
D807
100 0.01
R805
1
L802
Q801
C867
11000P RS R882
16V FPRD
R846
25V
W019
1SS119-25
R411
D821
16V
R808
7
R823
C833
B:CHIP
2W
XX
22mH 10ERB20-TB3
33
XX
1.2kV
2.2k
B:CHIP
68K
STOPPER 2.2k
0.1 C836
180k
XX
RS
CHIP
160V
BUFFER R806
CHIP C846
CHIP
H-CENT-1
16V 220P PP
1/2W
C826 R861
XX
CHIP
RN
R852 0.022
R423
2KV
330p
S800
B:CHIP
RN
R890
CHIP
10k 25V 2.2k
0
2kV
R809
R810
68 3W RS
Q806
R412
CHIP B:CHIP CHIP
CHIP
C847
MSD601-RT1
XX
XX
R807
68K
R896
C803
0.01 C848
CHIP
680
R869 C841
Q802
CHIP
RN
200V 0.01
R865
R405
XX
D819
1
PT
XX
CHIP XX
R834
1k
0.47
200V C849 10ERB20-TB3
FPRD 0.15
CHIP
180k
R413
R883 PT 0.022
BUFFER
1/2W
250V
R855
Q807
C832
RN
C852
2.2k
47K
200V
FPRD
220p MSB709-RT1 15 PP
R814
IC801
150k
9V
0.27
FPRD
R857 CHIP
RN
PT
PIN DRIVE
XX
LM2903DT CHIP
XX
R813
250V PP
C842 JW1834 7.5MM
C868
CHIP
L803
D827
COMPARATOR
CHIP
XX
0.022
Q8009
470p
C882
400V
EL1Z
4.7mH
L800
IC800
R812 CHIP
500V
R424
0.015
PP
R815
2SA1091-O
R858
JW1842 COIL
200V-RECT
S
R889
B
1 2 3 4 100k
D800
XX
XX
R829
200V R419
0.0047
XX
10MM
C851
XX
100
W026
C879
CHIP
XX
CHIP 11V
1k
CHIP
ROTATION
Q808
CHIP
:PT
1
RN
C834
3WRS
STOPPER
R866
XX
3W
R843
450V
AMP
IRF614-037
XX
C825 100k
D801
0
RS
R406
H-OUT
1
R8009 R8010
0.01 CHIP
XX
CHIP
120k
220k
8 7 6 5
25V
6.8k
C809
RN
C835
2
STOPPER
B:CHIP
1/2W
R879
R828
11V
R414 CHIP R8013
C822
0.01 25V
C869
R854
1000
3
220k
C870
R818
R817
1.5k
R859
4.7k
33
18k
B:CHIP
B:CHIP 0.01
100k R8011
R816
RN
L806
33k
XX
XX
3W
XX 1/2W
25V
CHIP
250V
C872
W025
R897
RN 47k
XX
CHIP
FPRD Q8010
B:CHIP
CHIP CHIP
R876
RS
XX
XX
XX
D828
CHIP
IC802
10k R880
R408 2SC3209LK
R856
XX
RN
C804
TJM4558CDT R873
11V
XX
10k CHIP
47k CHIP 220k
R825
SWITCH
XX
RN
CHIP
1.5k
CHIP
PIN
R864
IC803
9V
C839
R8000
3W
R8002 C875 R8012
AMPLIFIER
5.6k
XX
R840
XX
RS
R403
C810
XX
R877 R884
R872 2200
XX
CHIP
CH 47k
C8081000p
XX
B 100k
XX
XX
CHIP
0
CHIP
CHIP
R894
220p 500V
FPRD 13
CHIP RN-CP CHIP
CHIP
CHIP
R820
500V B
1 2 3 4
XX
R417
C837
2.2k
B
XX
R870
Q805
4700 R8015
4 1 2
1
RN-CP
CHIP
XX
RN
2.2k
B:CHIP
2SC5885
R8014 R8001 C874 Q816
JW1837
RN-CP
3.3V
5V
XX
CHIP C838
XX
XX
C859
5MM
C853
R830 2
C805
0.1
CHIP XX MIXER
5V
XX
CHIP
FB800
2.2k
1
100V
XX
14 1/2W
3.3V
R899
1.1uH
C866
R871
D831
PT R878
D804
FPRD
XX R898
100
XX
Q809
R886
R892
1
XX
1SS119-25
RN-CP
W027
1W
XX
XX
XX
XX
5V
1W
CHIP
CHIP
RS
MIXER
T800
RS
C807 C806
5V
C856 CHIP
HDT
1000 0.022
5V
5V
XX
143537411
R821 B:CHIP200V
22k
PT
CHIP
-13V
T801-1
1
T801-4
4
T801-2
2
GND_1
6
T801-5
5
HV
FV
SV
GND_1
GND_1
T801-11
T801-11
R416
4.7k
1/2W
L805
2.2mH
13
GND_1
11
T801-11
10
T801-9
T801-9
9
T801-9
GND_1
GND_1
8
GND_1
T801-7
T801-7
7
T801-7
D826
XX
200V
1
2
3
4
5
200V
NC
GND
H1
NC
CN801
XX
WHT
TO CV BOARD
CN703
2
Q810
XX BUFFER
TH800
XX
4
Q803
2SC3209LK
3
H
1
G
NS+
NC
NSCN800
XX
RED
TO NS COIL
C829
0.0047
B:CHIP
D815
UDZSTE-179.1B
PROTECT
F
R847 10k CHIP
R851 1k CHIP
D817
EGP20G
D816
BY228/23
E
14
T801
XX
R833
150k 1/2W
D
R881
6.8k
:CHIP
Q008
MSD601-RT1
R306
XX
CHIP
11
JW1840
5MM
C
17
R308
XX
CHIP
To A66 (D19) PH2LF
R305
XX
CHIP
R300 C078
R307
100 47p
2.2M
CHIP CHIP
(BLOCK D)
10
VSS (-13V)
A
DEFLECTION
B
9
VCC (+13V)
A
8
DRV-IN
7
VD--DEFL (D7) To A44
6
VD+-DEFL (D5) To A43
5
ABL (D4) To A47
4
VGUARD-DEFL (D3) To A46
3
AFC-DEFL (D2) To A11
2
EWD-DEFL (D1) To A45
1
12
5V
To A10 (D11) HOUT-DEFL
I
J
– 38 –
V+
VHHH+
H+
DY800
6P
1
2
3
4
5
6
DY
B-BX1S12314-E..-A..(Block D)-AR14M80
!
H.DY
H.DY V.DY
V.DY
– 39 –
OVP-DEFL (D8) To A38
HOLD_DOWN (D9) To C12
OCP-PROTECT (D10) To A37
KV-AR14M80
KV-AR14M80
RM-W101
RM-W101
4-3-6. A Board — Tuner (Block E)
9
10
I
TU102
169363611
TEDE9
IF
5V
9V
30V
L103
0.33uH
CT131
176777422
– 40 –
To A9,C11,D15 (E11) +B
To A36 (E10) TUAGC-IF
To A51 (E12) AGC-MUTE
To A68 (E21) VDDC3_CAP
To A2,B4,B14,C8,D14,F6 (E13) 9V
To A6 (E15) SCL-0
To A5 (E14) SDA-0
To A4,C9,D12,F1 (E16) 5V
JR1109
XX
CHIP
3
4
R128
0
CHIP
R127
XX
CHIP
R126
XX
CHIP
Q111
MSD601-RT1
BUFFER
R146
XX
CHIP
C061
0.0047
B:CHIP
R088
1.5K
CHIP
To A30,F2 (E19) MONO_OUTL
C057
0.01
25V
B:CHIP
H
J
To A67 (E20) VDDC4_CAP
R061
680
CHIP
A
TUNER
(BLOCK E)
D102
XX
IF
30V
R355
22k
CHIP
I
1
2
JR1100
XX
CHIP
R116 100 CHIP
R149
0
CHIP
9V
G
To A55 (E9) M-SYS-IF
F
14
SWF101
176730211
C109
4700p
B:CHIP
E To F30 (E17) TU-AGC
R115 100 CHIP
5V
5V
AS
SCL
SDA
AGC
TP101
1P
XX
L106 100uH
D
13
5
R106
L101
R111
4.7K 1.2UH
10K
CHIP R108 R110 CHIP
1K
JR1102
470
C111
XX
RN-CP CHIP
R103 C115
CHIP
0.01
C116
33
4700P
25V
R113
L102 CHIP B:CHIP
4700p
D100
JR1101
C140
B:CHIP XX
2.2K
B:CHIP CHIP
MA77
0.001
Q102
0 CHIP
R119
CHIP C102
2SC3779C,D-AA
C104
33
JR1111
C135
100p
100p
CHIP R107
0.01
XX CHIP
CH:CHIP CH:CHIP JR1110
3.9K
C112
25V
C100 R104
0
B:CHIP
CHIP 5P
CHIP
1000p XX
R109
D109
B:CHIP
B:CHIPCHIP
C120
UDZSTE-175.6B
Q104
56
470
Q103
9V
CT139
16V
CHIP C117
D108
UN2216
56P
UN2216
176777522
Q100 UDZSTE-175.6B
SWITCH
CH:CHIP SWITCH
30V
MSD601-RT1
BUFFER
C106
9V
R118
1
10 L100
100
R152
100uH
CHIP
0
C137
FB101
D105
CHIP
0UH
1000
L105
XX
C107
R100
B:CHIP
XX
470
1k
JR1050
16V
CHIP
D106
C108
XX
XX
470
C101D107
30V
10 XX
16V
R121
C1019
C133
22k
0.01
0.47 10V
3W
25V
CHIP
RS
CHIP
R131
100
D103
CHIP
UPC574J
C119 C118
C1329
REGULATOR
0.01
22
XX
5V
B:CHIP
TU101 XX
C
R112
6.8K
CHIP
12
O SWF103
XX
O
SWF100
178104011
To A56 (E6) SECAM-L-L
B
C138
0.01 25V
B:CHIP
R114 2.2K CHIP
G
TU2
AS
SCL
SDA
MB
MB
AGC
A
11
R148
XX
RN-CP
CF100
R153
XX
C131 C132 470K
XX RN-CP BPF
XX
FILTER
R147
XX
G
CHIP
R150
C129
R141
CF101 XX
100
XX
XX
CHIP
CHIP
C070
0.1
16V
BCHIP
B-BX1S12314-E..-A..(Block E)-AR14M80
– 41 –
C1233
2.2
To A39 (E1) SIFIN2-IF
8
To A40 (E2) SIFIN1-IF
7
To A35 (E3) 2SIF
6
To F26 (E4) IFVO
5
To A26 (E5) IFVO/IF_MON_OUT
4
To A65 (E18) PLLIF
3
JR1112
XX
CHIP
2
To A42 (E8) VIFIN1-IF
To A41 (E7) VIFIN2-IF
1
KV-AR14M80
KV-AR14M80
RM-W101
RM-W101
4-3-7. A Board — Jack (Block F)
9
C966
XX
B
R9030 100 CHIP
R9031
100
CHIP
To E4 (F26) IFVO
R902
1K
CHIP
C975
1000p
B:CHIP
D1_JP/MODE2_EU/MONSW-MONO
To A8 (F24)
D
To A15 (F23) CVBSO
C977
XX
To A16 (F22) SCARTHPR
C978
XX
R9034
XX
CHIP
C953
XX
R9041
XX
CHIP
E
R9046
XX
CHIP
R9044
XX
CHIP
R9016
XX
CHIP
MON-MUTE-AUDIO
(F7) To B5
C900
2.2
16V
F:CHIP
D901
UDZSTE-179.1B
C925
470P
CHIP
5V
CN905
XX
TO A BOARD
(PROCESSOR)
CN007
F
Q911
XX
AUDIO
MONO
BUFFER
R9043
XX
CHIP
V OUT
GND
U OUT / FB
GND
Y OUT
R9059
XX
CHIP
R910
470
CHIP
R906
470
CHIP
C967
2.2
16V
F:CHIP
D911
UDZSTE-175.6B
PROTECTION
D912
UDZSTE-175.6B
PROTECTION
W006
W007
C968
XX CH
L
VIDEO2
VIDEO IN 2
V
H
5V
W016
R989
10k
CHIP
W028
D932
D931
R9053
UDZSTE-173.6B UDZSTE-173.6B 75
CHIP
R9049
XX
CHIP
R9026
27K
CHIP
R9021 100 CHIP
R9027
27k
R9025 CHIP
100
CHIP
F3
R9048
XX
CHIP
C955
47
35V
R9023 100 CHIP
L
I
D918
UDZSTE-175.6B
F2
D908
UDZSTE-175.6B
PROTECTION
R990
0
CHIP
JW1900
XX
R9022 100 CHIP
J909
XX
D902
UDZSTE-175.6B
PROTECTION
C969
XX CH
D903
UDZSTE-175.6B
PROTECTION
D904
XX
PROTECTION
C970
XX CH
D906
UDZSTE-175.6B
PROTECTION
C971
XX
CH
W017
D907
UDZSTE-175.6B
PROTECTION
R9019
100
CHIP
D909
UDZSTE-175.6B
PROTECTION
R9036 100 CHIP
R
L2
C918
C917
1
R945
D915
470p
16V
10k UDZSTE-175.6B
F:CHIP CHIP
F1 F1
CHIP
PROTECTION
F2 F2
R940 C919
R9051
R9060
220k 1 16V
XX
XX
CHIP F:CHIP
CHIP
R946 10K CHIP
F3 F3
R941 JW1901
D916
220K
C916
UDZSTE-175.6B
5MM
470P R9052 CHIP W035
PROTECTION
XX
CHIP
F4 F4
D917
R9005 CHIP
C921
XX
0
XX
PROTECTION
CHIP
R9018 100 CHIP
R2
R9050
0
CHIP
R9020 100 CHIP
J903
3P
JACK
R914
470K
CHIP
C911
470P
CHIP
FB903
XX
R932
0
CHIP
FB902
XX
R933
0
CHIP
J901
11P
Q902
UN2216
AUDIO MUTE
D913
UDZSTE-175.6B
PROTECTION
G
R913
470K
CHIP
C910
470P
CHIP
R9007
XX
CHIP
R9015
XX
CHIP
D900
UDZSTE-179.1B
PROTECTION
W005
1
2
3
4
5
A
D905
UDZSTE-179.1B
PROTECTION
R9038
XX
CHIP
Q912
XX
AMP GAIN
ADJUST
To A17,B1 (F21) SCARTHPL
R9058
XX
CHIP
Q910
XX
AMP
R9047
XX
CHIP
C922
470P
CHIP
R9045
XX
CHIP
P18 P18
P16 P16
R931
68
C903
R924 CHIP
470
R9008 P15 P15
470K
16V
CHIP
XX
CHIP
P14
P12
C060
R925
P12
P14
R928
220
0.1
75
CHIP
16V
CHIP
B:CHIP
C062
R926 P11
P11 P12
0.1
220
R929
16V
75
CHIP
B:CHIP
P10 CHIP
P10
P11
C067
R930
R927
0.1
75
220
16V
CHIP
CHIP
B:CHIP
P7 P10
C914
R907
R920
C909
470P
39K
220K
1
16V
P9
CHIP
CHIP
F:CHIP CHIP
P7
P9
R921
R908
C915
C908
220K
39K
470P
1 16V
CHIP
CHIP
CHIP
F:CHIP
P9
R918
R922
C904
C912
XX
XX R9009 XX
P5
CHIP 470p
25V XX CHIP
CHIP
CHIP
P3 P3
R909
R9061
C907
R915
39K
XX P5
1 16V
220k
P5
CHIP
F:CHIP CHIP
R9010
XX
R916
R905
C913
C906
CHIP
39K
220K
470P
1 16V
P1 P1
CHIP
CHIP
F:CHIP CHIP
C902
0.22
W027
R911
220
CHIP
R917
75
CHIP
R9006
XX
CHIP
R944
1.5K
CHIP
J905
XX
17
18
16
R OUT
15
P11
P12
L OUT
14
13
12
11
10
8
9
7
4
5
3
R9017
100
CHIP
C905
0.01
25V
B:CHIP
R919
220
CHIP
1
S IN
TERMINAL, S
Y
R923
75
CHIP
To A18 (F8) C1
To A53 (F9) S1/VC
To A19 (F10) CVBS1/Y1
To A21 (F11) INL1
To A20 (F12) INR1
To A22 (F13) CVBS3
To A24 (F14) INL3
To A23 (F15) INR3
To A14 (F16) SCARTFBL/A16
To A54 (F17) S2
To A27 (F19) INL2
To A26 (F18) INR2
To A25 (F20) CVBS2/Y2
– 42 –
– 43 –
U
P9
P5
P3
Y
P5
R(YUV)
P1
L(YUV)
11
U
J906
XX
P5
P3
4
5
3
R1
P5
2
L1
P1
1
V1
Y
R(YUV)
L(YUV)
6
J907
XX
4
5
3
R OUT
P15
2
L OUT
P14
1
MON OUT
P18
P16
4
5
3
R1
L1
2
V1
1
J908
XX
J904
XX
R1
P3
2
VIDEO IN 1
D910
UDZSTE-175.6B
PROTECTION
V
P10
6
J900 Terminal
8P
VIDEO IN 1
C
13
12
MON OUT 10
8
P9
9
V P7
7
V
B-BX1S12314-E..-A..(Block F)-AR14M80
J
14
JACK
(BLOCK F)
C901
2.2
16V
F:CHIP
Q901
UN2216
AUDIO MUTE
C979
0.001 CHIP
To A52 (F25) D1_JP/MODE1_EU
13
R904
1K
CHIP
Q900
MSB709-RT1
MONITOR OUT
BUFFER
R9042
XX
CHIP
12
C956
100
16V
5V
R9040
XX
CHIP
11
L902
47uH
R9028
100
CHIP
9V
C
10
9V (F6) To A2,B4,B14,
C8,D14,E13
OUTR (F4) To A31
MON-OUT (F5) To A28
MONO_OUTL
(F2) To A30,E19
CN904
5P
:VH
8
OUTL (F3) To A32
7
1
2
3
4
5
1
2
3
4
JR1903
0
CHIP
To E17 (F30) TU-AGC
To A63 (F29) B_INT
To A62 (F28) B_DAT
To A64 (F27) B_CLK
AGC
GND
B INT
B DAT
B CLK
CN903
XX
GND
B INT
B DAT
B CLK
B
6
5V (F1) To A4,C9,D12,E16
A
5
2
4
4
3
3
2
1
1
3
2
L1 P16
3
2
L OUT
1
MON OUT
L1
P5
V1
1
V1P15
KV-AR14M80
RM-W101
4-4.
VOLTAGE MEASUREMENT AND WAVEFORMS
A BOARD VOLTAGE LIST AND WAVEFORM
Ref
IC001
Pin No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
Voltage[v] Ref
0
0
1.7
3.3
3.3
0
3.3
0
3.3
*
*
0
(103.5)[128.1]
(2.4)[2.5]
(4.9)[4.2]
1.9
2.3
0
2.3
2.3
(3.2)[2.8]
Pin No.
48
Voltage[v]
1.4
Ref
Pin No.
85
5
9 PAL
2.160V
1.560V
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
2
2.2
2.2
1.4
1.5
2.2
2.2
(1.5)[1.9]
(1.9)[1.4]
(2.2)[1.9]
1.4
1.5
3.2
3.2
3.1
3.1
1.4
0.6
Voltage[v]
1.7
9 NTSC
2.040V
86
1.7
10
1.380V
87
1.6
11 PAL
6
1.300V
22
1.460V
1.6
11 NTSC
324.0mV
3
66
0.4
7
1.680V
1.840V
23
1.7
5.440V
4
67
1.4
8
2.040V
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
1.9
1.9
2.2
1.9
0
(1.9)[2.2]
(1.9)[2.2]
(2.9)[3.1]
0.4
(112.3)[111.2]
2.2
(2.2)[1.9]
(4.1)[3.5]
(3.2)[2.8]
2.4
2.4
0
1.9
1.5
2.2
(2.2)[1.5]
8.4
4.9
4.9
3.160V
68
69
70
71
72
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
80
81
82
83
84
0
4.2
1.2
1.2
1.2
2.0
1.6
(123.8)[124.7]
0
4.2
1.3
1.3
1.3
0
(4.2)[0]
(1.9)[2.3]
3.2
– 44 –
88
89
90
91
92
93
94
95
96
97
98
99
100
101
102
103
104
105
106
107
108
109
110
111
112
113
114
115
116
117
118
119
120
121
122
(0)[3.3]
0
3.3
1.6
0
1.6
3.1
0
(3.2)[1.6]
3.4
3.4
(3.3)[3.7]
1.7
0
3.3
(24.2)[25.1]
(40.0)[39.5]
2.7
3.3
3.3
3.3
3.6
3.3
(4.1)[4.9]
0
0
2.9
28.2
0.7
1.7
1.6
3.3
5.0
0
0
KV-AR14M80
RM-W101
A BOARD VOLTAGE LIST AND WAVEFORM
Ref
IC002
IC003
IC200
IC601
IC602
IC604
IC800
IC801
IC802
IC803
Pin No.
123
124
125
126
127
128
I
G
O
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
1
2
3
4
5
I
G
O
I
G
O
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
1
2
3
4
5
6
Voltage[v]
3.2
1.7
0
3.3
3.3
0
3.3
0
3.2
0
0
0
0
(3.6)[3.4]
(3.6)[3.4]
0
3.3
0
0
19.9
0
0
0
9.9
3.5
0
21.1
9.6
0
0.5
(34.2)[34.6]
0.3
0.3
(2.1)[2.9]
10.9
0
8.9
8.9
0
(4.2)[5.0]
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
10.9
2.3
0.8
1.5
0
2.6
2.3
5.8
8.9
(4.5)[4.4]
3.2
3.2
0
4.4
(4.4)[4.9]
3.4
8.9
0
0
0
0
0
0
Ref
IC804
Pin No.
7
8
1
Voltage[v]
0
0
0.4
Ref
Q106
Q111
17
Q200
648.0mV
2
3
4
5
Q201
13.3
-12.4
-13.3
Q202
(196.0)[141.6]
16
Q204
Q205
54.40V
PH600
Q001
Q006
Q007
Q008
Q009
Q010
Q011
Q012
Q013
Q016
Q100
Q101
Q102
Q103
Q104
Q105
6
7
1
2
3
4
B
C
E
B
C
E
B
C
E
B
C
E
B
C
E
B
C
E
B
C
E
B
C
E
B
C
E
B
C
E
B
C
E
B
C
E
B
C
E
B
C
E
B
C
E
B
C
E
13.2
0.4
23.1
22.0
(33.0)[33.4]
2.6
0
2.3
0
(0)[3.3]
(3.3)[2.0]
(0.2)[1.9]
(3.2)[0]
(2.0)[3.3]
(1.9)[0.3]
0.5
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0.6
(40.7)[32.9]
0
(40.7)[32.8]
1.7
0
0
0
0
(2.9)[3.1]
8.9
(2.4)[0]
0
8.9
0
3.2
2.4
(7.6)[8.6]
(0)[3.2]
(3.3)[1.0]
(0)[34.7]
(3.1)[10.6]
(38.3)[5.2]
0
8.9
130.1
0
– 45 –
Q601
Q605
Q606
Q608
Q609
Q800
Q801
Q802
Q803
Pin No.
B
C
E
B
C
E
B
C
E
B
C
E
B
C
E
B
C
E
B
C
E
B
C
E
B
C
E
B
C
E
B
C
E
B
C
E
B
C
E
B
C
E
B
C
E
B
Voltage[v]
0
0
0
0
0
0
1.9
(76.5)[68.7]
0
(18.4)[20.3]
21.1
21.1
(7.7)[8.9]
(-0.4)[-0.6]
8.8
0
8.9
0
0
0
0
45.6
10.9
0
(22.7)[21.5]
0.2
(23.4)[23.1]
0.2
22.3
20.2
(94.0)[93.7]
19.5
0
0.6
93.8
0
0
0
0
(69.8)[0]
0
0
0
0
0
(50.4)[51.0]
14
1.440V
C
E
B
C
E
B
C
Q804
Q805
48.5
0
136.0
0
136.0
(-71.1)[-70.9]
140.3
13
314.0V
Q806
Q807
E
B
C
E
B
C
E
0
5.8
8.9
5.5
5.8
0
5.5
KV-AR14M80
RM-W101
A BOARD VOLTAGE LIST AND WAVEFORM
Ref
Q808
Pin No.
G
Voltage[v]
5.5
Ref
Q816
15
Q900
Q901
9.200V
S
O
B
C
E
B
C
E
B
C
E
Q809
Q810
Q814
0
(10.2)[12.1] Q902
0
0
0
Q910
0
0
0
Q911
(44.2)[22.3]
(4.2)[4.9]
(122.1)[142.5]
Pin No.
B
C
E
B
C
E
B
C
E
B
C
E
B
C
E
B
C
E
Voltage[v]
(0)[5.8]
(0)[8.9]
(0)[5.5]
1.3
0
2.0
(0.2)[2.0]
0.2
0
0.2
0.2
0
2.3
(4.1)[4.8]
1.7
4.9
(7.7)[8.9]
(3.6)[4.2]
Ref
Q912
Q8009
Q8010
Pin No.
B
C
E
B
C
E
B
C
E
Voltage[v]
(82.4)[74.5]
0.5
0
(195.4)[195.0]
(195.7)[195.3]
(196.0)[195.7]
(0.5)[0]
118.9
0
DY800
12
1.320V
C BOARD VOLTAGE LIST AND WAVEFORM
Ref
IC751
Pin No.
1
Voltage[v]
1.8
1
Ref
Pin No.
6
7
Voltage[v] Ref
(195.6)[195.4]
(142.3)[141.1]
Pin No.
9
Voltage[v]
(147.8)[145.8]
6
4 PAL
1.260V
2
98.00V
1.8
106.0V
2
4 NTSC
1.200V
120.0V
J751
Q701
3
1.8
8
(143.8)[142.2]
3
5
1.360V
102.0V
4
5
0
4.4
– 46 –
H1
H2
KB
KG
KR
B
C
E
0
0
(148.2)[145.9]
(144.10[142.2]
(142.6)[141.4]
4.4
0
0
KV-AR14M80
RM-W101
4-5. PRINTED WIRING BOARDS AND PARTS LOCATION
PRINTED WIRING BOARDS
C
[VIDEO AMP]
– C Board –
B
GND
1 A705
C788
R754
R753
C789
R777
G1-2
R775
C759
Q701
6
R752
C790
R784
R776
R785
D782
L780
5
R
C781
H2
G1-1
G
R780
R774
R760
R795
R781
R773
D750
CN703
H1
CN701
7
C783
L750
R713 JW1750
R778
CN704
GND
1
C754
C752
1K
9V
200V
H1
NC
GND
5
NC
A703
R786
EY706
R768
R767
7
R794
4
G2
KB
RV750
RCV
R766
8
3
A701
1
KG
C751
B IN
13
2
R758
9
G IN
C753
R IN
R OUT
L782
R764
JW1782
G OUT
R765
B OUT
G4
D780
R763
C782
EY707
9
8
1
C787
D781
D755
R783
R756
(1-722-473-32)
GND
IK
VDD
L783
G1-3
1-687-880-32
D754
11
GND
R6
R757
J751
D756
KR
CN705
C786
10
IC751
JW1781
L781
A702
EY701
– 47 –
A704
EY703
KV-AR14M80
KV-AR14M80
RM-W101
RM-W101
PRINTED WIRING BOARDS
A
NOTE:
The circuit indicated at left contains high voltage of over
1220 Vp-p. Please pay attention when inspecting or
repairing it to prevent an electric shock.
[Processer, Audio, Power Supply, Deflection, Tuner, Jack ]
– A Board –
3
4
5
6
7
12
C213
A008
A009
Q016
Q206
C210
C232
JR300
C219
1
JR018
D202
R232
C208
C206
D204
1 D025
A010
C202
R201
R202
R203
R229
R200C201
D635
D205
IC606
C641
R222
R221 D206
R208
R207
R204
C203
R205
CN004 C221
7
R224
D209
Q204
C675
D931
A016
C919
C918
R940
C240
5
C239
1
CN201
J200
J201
GND/3D
OUTR331
3
2
D914
C009
C652
D623
C680
1
C657
D055
R362
R633
1-687-879-32
(1-722-473-32)
D603
R361
R360
2
1
S600
R619
R651
T603
T605
R658
C623
CN602
R660
D618
D615
AC IN
FH603
W001
C600
FH601
C669
D605
Q606
R612
D614
C616
FB601
C621
C878
T604
PS604
R650
C854
R623
R8008
C861
IC804
R621
D636
C876
1
7
T600
VDR600
C844
6
R618
D608
F600
B
E
C619
2
C602
C673
R659
R895
R661
R645
R891
AC IN
FH602
C863
R893
C845
D818
Q605
IC601
– 48 –
D633
R624
4
PH600
R831
B
D830
C855
R888
E
R8007
D823
C862
D824
C644
A007
FB610
JW1667
D617
C612
C858
D820
C857
C624
C625
C877
C860
FB605
JW1666
R625
R646
R400
A012
C850
D828
C864
J
C866
R401
R419
C875
R8013 Q8010
B
200V
R406
NC
GND
H1
NC
13
Q8009
CN801
D619
R833
1
B
-13V
E
5
GND
A006
Q804
R416
+13V
R824
R8012
R8010
R8009
3
R672
E
D827
C868
R653
R627
R835
R826
C811
C869
IC002
R620
IC605
R887
R8011
L804
7
12
R414
C870
C882
L805
FBT
T801
T802
R405
GND 6
9
8
R413
I
H1
10
VCC
R647
C666
R822
R878
C865
R411
FB800
5
ABL
R363
O
C622
JR045
C008
R655
C661
R
PS603
R675
R412
D054
D056
D602
G
C658
C611
J202
A015
FB2607
FB2602
THP600
R636
200V 4
11
R
4
-
3D
OUT+
GND
A018
R631
L
R217
R219
D604
C660
C606
R6 3
8
DGC
CN600
1
9
SP L/SP
GND 3
GND
SP R
DGCT
J903
J909
CN202
SP L
GND
GND
SP R
1
CN203
NC
C605
T602
R640
R402
Q805
E
Q608
D629
C837
R870
D805
C838
JR044
R9052
R946
R945
R63
R616
D2625 PS2601
D2626
C853
R899
L803
R840
C836
B
Q609
C916
D600
C646
TP601
V
R240
+
DGCT
RY600
C665
D200
R941
R9060
L201
C223W062
CN200
SP
GND
GND
CN601
0
C67 610
C
C2631
D622
D624
PS602
C654
D621
R8000
C856
R892
C058
R8002
R312
R408
C859
D620
D639
Q601
C678
D637
DGC
R6
C867
Q007
C917
R9050
TP602
C872
R827
R087
JR601
G JR1602 R656
D211
C217
Q006
C662
C682
PS605
C650
C653
C626
C628
FB608
R881
W019
R884
TH800
R098
C686
R666 C649
C609
W025
8
R871
R667
R665
I
R9005
IC607
G
C674
C630
JR602
Q816
Q810
R8014
D831
R829
R889
C848
C852
D063 R309
R313 R060
D638
D915
D916
D210
C214
R609
C2636
C634
C635
R301
C077
C833
C851
R890
C846
R894
R308
R654
L601
R868
Q806
R869
D821
L802
R828
C849
R882
S800
C847
R877
G
C806
D816
R830
C840
C808
T800
R886
1
C2602
R2645
C2601
1
IC604
R668
L2601
R669
I
L602
O
C333
C643
C668
R398
R635
R812
C637
C647
C639
R807
Q802
IC602
R305
R8001
JR600
FB603
Q008 R307
IC603
R806
D800
D801
R818
Q801
O
JR020
W035
C216
C679
R813
C2648
R303
C874
IC803 5
A004
A005
R817
R814
JR001
Q800
R856
C816
R859
R842
R422
JW1839
S
C078
C230
W026
R634
O
I
R804
5 R815 R425
R898
V+ 6
C803
C804
R803
C800
R801
R802
R805 R800
R9051
C218
R602
R227
R8005
R233
C099
D006
D005
C098
C097
D004
C094
D007
C068
D008
C071
C051
D009
Y OUT
C879
4
W034
C921
Q205
D917
A002
W057
R223
C227
R228 C226
D932
R225
C672
Q001
JR1256
C200
C632
Q009
C005
C084
R311
L007
GND
3
R844
R847
R423
R851
R852
CN800
C831
C830
C822
R843
R810 R809
L806 R816
R306
R897
D808
C228
C225
C638
L600
3
C231
R216
D213
JR025
D058
D057
R038
L006
C301
U OUT
GND
Y IN/G
GND
U IN/B
GND
V IN/R
W054
A003
8
Q809
D826
R8015
2
+B
R215
C211
C312
C006 D023
R336
R322
JR1601
L031
JR017
C093
R420
R808
R421
W018
CN007
IC800
1
NS+
NC
NS-
R304
V-
C313
R394
L011
R323
C025
D075
C030
C028
JR005
C026
C220
JR040 JR041
R403
C832
R417
H-
R230
R241
R327
R300 R302
4
H-
C229
R220
TUO B
TUO G
TUO R
DNG
KI
V9
R310
R326
W011
JR047
JR049
R896
H
R338
R340
JR009
JR016
C023
R317
V OUT
1
D807
8
1
H+ 1
R020
C090
C091
C021
R056
C977
C978
R864
R855
1
R879
DY800
JR024 R9034
R030
C311
JR012
JR051
JR1011
R392 R380
C979
R021
C054
C235
R237
R238
R9058
5
Q807
R883
C207
C224
R226
R823
R834
D819
C209
C204
Q814
1
8
5
C236
C205
C096
R846
H+
R010
R024
R025 128
R026
C018
JR302
C022
C1019
X001
R9019
R9020
R9021
C883
R853
D809
R839
1
4
5
R9048
R2647
JR046
C237 R211
Q202
R242
D062
D060
C828
H+
R8004
L013
L036
D918
R838
R858 R845
R841
R2646
R042 R041
D061
A BOARD
R235
R210
L005
5
IC802
L035
13
12
IC200 R218
R9049
R058
4
R356
C092
JR027
R395
CN009
R848 R857 R424
D812 C829
L800
R236
R018
R319
R320
C314
D071
Q013
C024
L033
C064
65
R059
W003
Q803
B
C810
L012
JR036
L032
C1329
C002
R011C041
C049
R9022
R9023
W028
R9017
W016
R880
JR804
E
JR043
R044
R9053
L003
R9026
C069
C825
R854
C826 R872
R861C839
C813
Q010
JR800
D815
C841
D817
JR803
W024
C095
64
W009 R876
R866 IC801
C809
C815
R384 R386
R385
C056
TP04
R239
C234
D066
W027
R121
C842
C905
R820
D804
R825
C834
C807
C955
C036
R213
D203
R364
JR1015
C320
C683
JW1683
D059
11
R214
C212
C015
D024
W030 C010
C079
C038
JR026
C053
C328
W053
R039
R9025
D829
R944 D909
R821
R153
C303
R146 C004
R141
JR015
C131
C319
R9027
A001
G
C309
R088
R9028
C129
R377
4 C812
C805
W052
R919
R923
F
Q111
CN003
Q808
L105
R147
R148
R9059
C970
D906
D908
D910
J900
D905
C910
R913
W010
R9061
C912
R915
J906
R917 R9006 R911
W051
IC001
C302 C037
R865
R873
C835
+135V
NC
GND
1
4 VM OUT
R990
96
C070
Q201
C215
D201
D214
JR301
97
R9018
1
W017
C902
R9010
Q902
Q901
R905
R909
D907
C906
C907
R9009
C971
C968
R922
JR805
C966
R927
C904
D902
R907
C909
C914
R920 J904
1 Y OUT
GND
W007
U OUT/FB
GND
5 V OUT
CN905
W006
D904
C969 R918
D903
R908
C908
C915
R921
5
32
33
C073
JR007
D215
D212
R012
C975
JR1012
C063 C061
R9016
R914
C911
C067
D913
C062
R926
D912
C060
R925
C900
R906 C901
R9007 R910
C050
C048
D070 D069
C012
TP03
C323
CF100
C1233
CF101
R379
C925
C967
R904
1
W005
R916
C913
E
D911
J901
C011
R150
L004
J905
C013
R9036
R234
JR019
R8003
D074 FB002
C065
R931
R930
R929 R928
D
20
Q900
C316
C903
C055
CT131
C922
R9030
C132
D208
R029
D076
JR013
10
DIODE
R212
D207
A019 R015
SWF101
JR014
JR1006
R9031
L009
R023
1
C034
10
JR002
JR037
C014
D072
9
Q200
C685
C308
D068
30
R9047 C072
D900
C046
C082
R341 R014
R339 R324
D067 JR1014
R337 FB004
JR038
R051
R902
R924
C032 L010
C083
R045
L102
R048
I
C112
C137
C057
L902
R9044
C956
FB903
D901
R932
R9015
R933
R9008
D103
J908
J907
C109
Q911
Q100
Q912
C322
CT139
R107
C118
C108
Q910
C300
C042
R046
R119
11
R113
SWF100 SWF103 C135
JR1102JR1100JR1112
D102
R128
R127
JR1109
R355
C052
B
R108
C115
R103
JR1110
C111
R061 C106
L100
R9040
R9042
C107
C101
W002 R9043
C953
R9046 R9041
R9045 R9038
D106
W033
C089
L103JR1111
R109
C117
R106
D109 C104
D108
D105
JR042
C133
R149
R100
FB101
JR1050
9
C
JR004
JR003
C304
D065 W031
11
C140C119
8
5
R397
C044
C081
R314
A011C325
R118
D107
FB902
A017
R111
L101
R110 R114 Q104
C138 W032 D064
R112
R126
D100
R989
R152
W058
C
3
Q102
C116
C321
R116
R115
C102
1
R316 FB001
C317
1
C029
Q103
C080
R315
L106
R155
C141
D110
B
C120
JR1903
L107
JR1101R104
C100
C318
1
JR1010
TU101TU102
4
R131
R096
R004
L008
R006
R393
R002
C001
C003
D002
D003
R097
CN904
CN903
5
AGC
D111
R154
B CLK
B INT
B DAT
5
W064
GND
A
1
IC003
JR008
FB003 L038 CN005 1 GND
JR1013
NC
1
3
3 KEY
L039
C020
C324
R099
R001
R003
8
O
2
I
1
– 49 –
D002
D003
D004
D005
D006
D007
D008
D009
D023
D024
D025
D054
D055
D056
D058
D059
D060
D061
D062
D063
D064
D065
D066
D067
D069
D070
D071
D072
D074
D075
D076
D100
D102
D103
D105
D106
D107
D108
D109
D110
D111
D200
D201
D203
D204
D205
D206
D207
D208
D210
D212
D213
D214
D215
D600
D602
D603
D604
D608
D614
D615
D617
D618
A-4
A-3
D-7
D-8
D-8
D-7
D-7
D-7
B-7
B-7
C-7
G-13
H-13
G-13
C-7
C-7
D-6
C-7
C-7
G-7
B-3
B-4
D-4
A-7
B-6
B-6
A-6
B-5
C-4
C-6
B-6
B-2
B-3
C-2
B-2
B-1
C-1
B-2
B-2
B-1
A-1
E-13
A-8
B-8
B-8
C-8
C-8
A-8
A-8
D-12
B-8
B-8
B-8
A-7
G-13
G-11
H-11
F-11
J-9
J-9
I-7
I-8
I-8
D619
D620
D621
D623
D624
D629
D633
D635
D636
D637
D638
D639
D800
D801
D804
D805
D807
D808
D809
D812
D815
D816
D817
D818
D819
D820
D821
D823
D824
D826
D827
D828
D829
D830
D831
D900
D901
D902
D903
D904
D905
D906
D907
D908
D909
D910
D911
D912
D913
D914
D915
D916
D917
D918
D931
D932
D2625
D2626
IC601 J-8
I-8
IC602 E-9
G-8
IC603 D-11
G-7
IC604 E-8
G-8
IC605 I-6
G-8
IC606 C-8
H-7
IC607 D-12
I-9
IC800 E-7
C-8
IC801 E-5
J-9
E-11 IC802 E-5
IC803 G-6
E11
IC804 J-6
G-8
E-8
TRANSISTOR
E-8
F2
G-6
Q006 E-12
E-6
Q007 E-12
H-5
Q008 G-7
E-4
Q009 D-8
E-4
Q010 E-3
F-3
Q013 A-6
G2
Q016 B-8
F2
Q100 C-1
I-6
Q102 B-2
F-4
Q103 A-4
J-5
Q104 B-3
F-4
Q111 D-3
J-4
Q200 A-8
J-3
Q201 A-8
G-5
Q202 C-8
I-4
Q204 D-9
I-5
Q205 D-9
E-3
Q206 B-8
I-6
Q605 I-9
F-6
Q606 J-9
D-2
Q608 H-7
C-2
Q609 G-7
E-1
Q800 E-8
D-1
Q801 E-9
D-2
Q802 E-9
D-3
Q803 F-2
E-2
Q804 I-6
E-2
Q805 H-1
E-2
Q806 F-5
E-2
Q807 F-5
F-1
Q808 F-3
D-2
Q809 F-6
D-2
Q810 F-6
D-2
Q814 D-8
G-13 Q816 F-6
A-13 Q900 C-3
A-13 Q901 D-2
A-13 Q902 D-3
C-4
Q910 C-2
A-13 Q911 C-1
A-3
Q912 C-2
F-9
Q8009 I-4
F-9
Q8010 I-5
IC
IC001
IC002
IC003
IC200
C-6
H-13
A-5
B-8
KV-AR14M80
RM-W101
4-6.
SEMICONDUCTORS
DIODE
CATHODE
CATHODE
ANODE
ANODE
(GRN)
ANODE
(GRN)
CATHODE
SPB-25MVWF
CATHODE
ANODE
ANODE
D3SB60F3
HSS82-TJ
MTZJ-T-77-15
RD5.1ESB2
UPC574J
1SS119-25
AM01AV1
D1NL20U
D3S6M-F
EL1Z
EGP20G
GP08D
RU4AM-T3
S3L20UF4
10ERB20-TA2B5
10ERB20-TB3
11EQS10-TB5
MA2ZD14001S0
MA77
UDZSTE-173.6B
UDZSTE-175.6B
UDZSTE-179.1B
BY228/23
IRF614-037
FN155
2SA1091-O
2SC3779C,D-AA
1 TOP VIEW
Small Outline L-leaded Package
Pin 8~98
1
TRANSISTOR
3
C
2
1
3
B
ANODE
E
2
CATHODE
1
DA204K
MMDL914T1
MSB709-RT1
MSD601-RT1
UN2211
UN2216
IC
SOP
E C
B
2SC3209LK
2SC5885
LM2903DT
TJM4558CDT
M24C16-WMN6(T)A
7
STV9302A
BA033T
TA7805S
TOP VIEW
TDA12067H/
N1B0B0PX
SE135N-LF38
AN5276T
– 50 –
RPM7240-H5
PQ018EF01SZH
PQ09RD1SJ00H
KV-AR14M80
RM-W101
IC
1
TOP VIEW
STR-F6267SLF1357
BA18BC0FP-E2
9
TDA6108AJF/N1
– 51 –
SECTION 5
EXPLODED VIEWS
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
par t are indicated with a collation
number in the remark column.
5-1.
•
Items marked " ∗ " are not stocked since
they are seldom required for routine
ser vice. 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.
CHASSIS
r : 7-685-648-79 SCREW +BVTP 3 × 12
p : 7-685-663-71 SCREW +BVTP 4 × 16
4 : 7-685-661-14 SCREW +BVTP 4 × 12
7
6
26
17
25
30
12
16
13
10
11
32
9
31
32
15
8
9
23
14
28
25
13
27
24
29
22
5
21
20
19
31
1
3
2
18
26
4
REF. NO. PART NO.
DESCRIPTION
REMARK
1
2
3
4
5
X-2021-780-1
4-093-616-01
4-093-576-01
4-036-405-21
! 8-735-570-05
BEZNET ASSY
CONTROL DOOR
BUTTON POWER
SPRING COMPRESSION
PICTURE TUBE (A34LRG70X)
6
7
8
9
10
1-452-032-00
! 4-093-654-01
4-093-704-01
4-081-577-02
4-077-228-02
MAGNET DISC
COVER REAR (p 6 Screws)
SPRING, DOOR
SPACER (S), DY
PIECE, TLH CONVERGENCE
11
12
13
14
15
! 8-451-401-41
* A-1410-151-A
4-057-862-11
4-095-706-01
1-786-554-31
DEFLECTION YOKE (Y14RSA-S3)
MOUNTED PWB (VAR), C
SCREW TAPPING 5 + CROWN WASHER
SPRING EXTENSION
TOP SWITCH BLOCK
16
17
18
4-094-690-01 PIECE A(90), CONV. CORRECT
! 1-456-278-11 DEGAUSSING COIL
* A-1060-222-A COMPLETE PWB, A
REF. NO. PART NO.
2~4,8,27~28
REMARK
19
! 1-453-309-21
20
1-693-636-11
TRANSFORMER ASSY FLYBACK
(NX-4450//M3A4)
TUNER (TEDE 9)
4-095-890-31
1-823-551-11
4-022-115-31
4-092-370-02
1-544-763-21
BRACKET TERMINAL (ICON)
CORD AC, POWER (WITH CONNECTOR)
HOLDER AC CORD
BRACKET FBT
SPEAKER (12 X 5CM)
21
22
23
24
25
– 52 –
DESCRIPTION
*!
!
!
*!
26
27
28
29
30
4-384-096-01
4-093-476-01
* 4-093-771-01
* 4-093-719-01
* 4-093-720-01
SCREW (4 X 16), TAPPING, +P
GUIDE LIGHT
COVER FRONT PANEL
BOX(R) SPEAKER
BOX(L) SPEAKER
31
32
* 4-097-098-01
4-069-978-01
DUCT SPEAKER
CUSHION, DGC
KV-AR14M80
RM-W101
The components identified by shading
and mark ! are critical for safety.
Replace only with part number specified.
REF NO. PART NO.
NOTE:
SECTION 6
ELECTRICAL PARTS LIST
DESCRIPTION
The components identified by shading
and mark ! are critical for safety.
Replace only with part number specified.
When indicating par ts by reference
number, please include the board name.
REF NO. PART NO.
REMARK
REF NO. PART NO.
DESCRIPTION
REMARK
• All resistors are in ohms
• Items marked " ∗ " are not stocked since
• F : nonflammable
they are seldom required for routine
service. Some delay should be anticiCAPACITORS
pated when ordering these items.
• MF : µF, PF : µµF
• All variable and adjustable resistors have
COILS
characteristic curve B, unless otherwise
• MMH : mH, UH : µH
noted.
DESCRIPTION
REMARK
* A-1060-222-A COMPLETE PWB, A
******************
* A017
* A019
* 4-055-304-11
* 4-102-022-01
4-382-854-01
4-382-854-21
4-102-022-01
4-102-022-01
A
HOLDER, LED
PIN(30), WIRE
SCREW (M3X8), P, SW (+)
SCREW (M3X14), P, SW (+)
PIN(30), WIRE
PIN(30), WIRE
REF NO. PART NO.
DESCRIPTION
REMARK
C061
C062
C063
C064
C065
1-162-968-11
1-107-826-11
1-107-826-11
1-126-961-11
1-126-962-11
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
ELECT
ELECT
0.0047UF
0.1UF
0.1UF
2.2UF
3.3UF
10.00%
10.00%
10.00%
20.00%
20.00%
50V
16V
16V
50V
50V
C067
C069
C070
C072
C073
1-107-826-11
1-107-826-11
1-107-826-11
1-162-970-11
1-126-961-11
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
ELECT
0.1UF
0.1UF
0.1UF
0.01UF
2.2UF
10.00%
10.00%
10.00%
10.00%
20.00%
16V
16V
16V
25V
50V
C078
C080
C081
C083
C089
1-162-923-11
1-162-964-11
1-162-964-11
1-162-979-11
1-162-964-11
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
47PF
0.001UF
0.001UF
0.0027UF
0.001UF
5.00%
10.00%
10.00%
10.00%
10.00%
50V
50V
50V
50V
50V
C090
C091
C092
C093
C094
1-162-927-11
1-162-927-11
1-107-826-11
1-107-826-11
1-107-826-11
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
100PF
100PF
0.1UF
0.1UF
0.1UF
5.00%
5.00%
10.00%
10.00%
10.00%
50V
50V
16V
16V
16V
C095
C096
C100
C101
C102
1-107-826-11
1-107-826-11
1-162-964-11
1-126-964-11
1-162-927-11
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
ELECT
CERAMIC CHIP
0.1UF
0.1UF
0.001UF
10UF
100PF
10.00%
10.00%
10.00%
20.00%
5.00%
16V
16V
50V
50V
50V
C104
C106
C107
C108
C109
1-162-927-11
1-126-964-11
1-126-935-11
1-126-935-11
1-162-968-11
CERAMIC CHIP
ELECT
ELECT
ELECT
CERAMIC CHIP
100PF
10UF
470UF
470UF
0.0047UF
5.00%
20.00%
20.00%
20.00%
10.00%
50V
50V
16V
16V
50V
C111
C112
C115
C116
C117
1-162-970-11
1-162-910-11
1-162-968-11
1-162-968-11
1-162-924-11
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
0.01UF
5PF
0.0047UF
0.0047UF
56PF
10.00%
0.25PF
10.00%
10.00%
5.00%
25V
50V
50V
50V
50V
C118
C119
C120
C133
C135
1-126-965-91
1-163-021-91
1-126-935-11
1-162-970-11
1-162-970-11
ELECT
CERAMIC CHIP
ELECT
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
22UF
0.01UF
470UF
0.01UF
0.01UF
20.00%
10.00%
20.00%
10.00%
10.00%
50V
50V
16V
25V
25V
C137
C138
C140
C200
C201
1-162-964-11
1-162-970-11
1-162-964-11
1-125-837-91
1-125-837-91
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
0.001UF
0.01UF
0.001UF
1UF
1UF
10.00%
10.00%
10.00%
10%
10%
50V
25V
50V
6.3V
6.3V
C202
C203
C204
C205
C206
1-164-677-11
1-164-677-11
1-137-190-91
1-126-960-11
1-164-677-11
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
FILM
ELECT
CERAMIC CHIP
0.033UF
0.033UF
0.22UF
1UF
0.033UF
10.00%
10.00%
5.00%
20.00%
10.00%
16V
16V
50V
50V
16V
<CAPACITOR>
C001
C002
C003
C004
C005
1-162-927-11
1-126-935-11
1-162-927-11
1-126-933-11
1-126-933-11
CERAMIC CHIP
ELECT
CERAMIC CHIP
ELECT
ELECT
100PF
470UF
100PF
100UF
100UF
5.00%
20.00%
5.00%
20.00%
20.00%
50V
16V
50V
16V
16V
C006
C008
C010
C012
C013
1-126-925-91
1-126-947-11
1-164-315-11
1-127-715-91
1-126-933-11
ELECT
ELECT
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
ELECT
470UF
47UF
470PF
0.22UF
100UF
20.00%
20.00%
5.00%
10%
20.00%
10V
35V
50V
16V
16V
C014
C018
C020
C021
C022
1-127-715-91
1-127-715-91
1-107-826-11
1-162-927-11
1-127-715-91
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
0.22UF
0.22UF
0.1UF
100PF
0.22UF
10%
10%
10.00%
5.00%
10%
16V
16V
16V
50V
16V
C023
C024
C025
C026
C028
1-164-505-11
1-126-965-91
1-127-715-91
1-126-947-11
1-107-826-11
CERAMIC CHIP
ELECT
CERAMIC CHIP
ELECT
CERAMIC CHIP
2.2UF
22UF
0.22UF
47UF
0.1UF
16V
20.00% 50V
10%
16V
20.00% 35V
10.00% 16V
C029
C030
C036
C037
C038
1-126-925-91
1-127-715-91
1-126-933-11
1-126-963-11
1-107-826-11
ELECT
CERAMIC CHIP
ELECT
ELECT
CERAMIC CHIP
470UF
0.22UF
100UF
4.7UF
0.1UF
20.00%
10%
20.00%
20.00%
10.00%
C041
C042
C044
C046
C048
1-162-966-11
1-127-715-91
1-164-505-11
1-162-969-11
1-127-715-91
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
0.0022UF
0.22UF
2.2UF
0.0068UF
0.22UF
10.00% 50V
10%
16V
16V
10.00% 25V
10%
16V
C049
C050
C052
C053
C054
1-164-227-11
1-126-964-11
1-162-964-11
1-164-227-11
1-107-826-11
CERAMIC CHIP
ELECT
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
0.022UF
10UF
0.001UF
0.022UF
0.1UF
10.00%
20.00%
10.00%
10.00%
10.00%
25V
50V
50V
25V
16V
C055
C056
C057
C058
C060
1-100-829-31
1-126-933-11
1-162-970-11
1-162-964-11
1-107-826-11
FILM
ELECT
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
0.15UF
100UF
0.01UF
0.001UF
0.1UF
5%
20.00%
10.00%
10.00%
10.00%
250V
16V
25V
50V
16V
10V
16V
16V
50V
16V
– 53 –
KV-AR14M80
RM-W101
The components identified by shading
and mark ! are critical for safety.
Replace only with part number specified.
A
REF NO. PART NO.
DESCRIPTION
REMARK
REF NO. PART NO.
C207
C208
C209
C210
C211
1-137-190-91
1-164-677-11
1-126-960-11
1-126-968-11
1-126-963-11
FILM
CERAMIC CHIP
ELECT
ELECT
ELECT
0.22UF
0.033UF
1UF
100UF
4.7UF
5.00%
10.00%
20.00%
20.00%
20.00%
50V
16V
50V
50V
50V
C638
C639
C641
C643
C644
1-126-933-11
1-126-933-11
1-126-933-11
1-117-720-11
1-164-315-11
ELECT
ELECT
ELECT
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
100UF
100UF
100UF
4.7UF
470PF
20.00% 16V
20.00% 16V
20.00% 16V
10V
5.00% 50V
C213
C214
C215
C216
C217
1-115-339-11
1-126-942-61
1-128-550-11
1-126-965-91
1-126-942-61
CERAMIC CHIP
ELECT
ELECT
ELECT
ELECT
0.1UF
1000UF
2200UF
22UF
1000UF
10.00%
20.00%
20.00%
20.00%
20.00%
50V
25V
50V
50V
25V
C647
C649
C652
C653
C654
1-126-935-11
1-126-933-11
1-102-228-00
1-102-228-00
1-102-228-00
ELECT
ELECT
CERAMIC
CERAMIC
CERAMIC
470UF
100UF
470PF
470PF
470PF
20.00%
20.00%
10.00%
10.00%
10.00%
16V
16V
500V
500V
500V
C218
C219
C220
C231
C232
1-126-965-91
1-126-934-11
1-126-964-11
1-137-374-11
1-137-374-11
ELECT
ELECT
ELECT
MYLAR
MYLAR
22UF
220UF
10UF
0.047UF
0.047UF
20.00%
20.00%
20.00%
5.00%
5.00%
50V
16V
50V
50V
50V
C657
C660
C662
C665
C666
! 1-127-942-51
! 1-165-539-11
1-107-826-11
1-110-626-11
! 1-165-538-11
CERAMIC
FILM
CERAMIC CHIP
ELECT
FILM
330PF
0.22UF
0.1UF
330UF
0.1UF
10%
10%
10.00%
20.00%
10%
250V
275V
16V
160V
275V
C234
C235
C300
C301
C302
1-164-315-11
1-164-315-11
1-127-715-91
1-164-315-11
1-164-505-11
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
470PF
470PF
0.22UF
470PF
2.2UF
5.00%
5.00%
10%
5.00%
50V
50V
16V
50V
16V
C668
C670
C672
C678
C680
1-126-933-11
! 1-127-942-51
1-162-970-11
1-164-505-11
1-164-315-11
ELECT
CERAMIC
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
100UF
330PF
0.01UF
2.2UF
470PF
20.00% 16V
10%
250V
10.00% 25V
16V
5.00% 50V
C303
C304
C308
C311
C312
1-126-933-11
1-126-933-11
1-162-970-11
1-126-961-11
1-162-964-11
ELECT
ELECT
CERAMIC CHIP
ELECT
CERAMIC CHIP
100UF
100UF
0.01UF
2.2UF
0.001UF
20.00%
20.00%
10.00%
20.00%
10.00%
16V
16V
25V
50V
50V
C682
C685
C686
C805
C806
1-115-466-91
1-126-934-11
1-117-720-11
1-126-960-11
1-106-375-12
ELECT
ELECT
CERAMIC CHIP
ELECT
MYLAR
1000UF
220UF
4.7UF
1UF
0.022UF
20.00% 16V
20.00% 16V
10V
20.00% 50V
5.00% 200V
C313
C314
C316
C317
C318
1-162-964-11
1-126-925-91
1-125-891-11
1-126-934-11
1-107-826-11
CERAMIC CHIP
ELECT
CERAMIC CHIP
ELECT
CERAMIC CHIP
0.001UF
470UF
0.47UF
220UF
0.1UF
10.00%
20.00%
10.00%
20.00%
10.00%
50V
10V
10V
16V
16V
C807
C808
C809
C810
C811
1-162-964-11
1-102-244-00
1-162-964-11
1-162-318-11
1-126-933-11
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC
ELECT
0.001UF
220PF
0.001UF
0.001UF
100UF
10.00%
10.00%
10.00%
10.00%
20.00%
50V
500V
50V
500V
16V
C319
C320
C321
C322
C323
1-162-923-11
1-162-923-11
1-162-970-11
1-162-964-11
1-162-964-11
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
47PF
47PF
0.01UF
0.001UF
0.001UF
5.00%
5.00%
10.00%
10.00%
10.00%
50V
50V
25V
50V
50V
C822
C825
C826
C828
C829
1-162-970-11
1-162-970-11
1-164-227-11
1-126-933-11
1-162-968-11
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
ELECT
CERAMIC CHIP
0.01UF
0.01UF
0.022UF
100UF
0.0047UF
10.00%
10.00%
10.00%
20.00%
10.00%
25V
25V
25V
16V
50V
C325
C328
C333
C600
C602
1-164-227-11
1-162-970-11
1-126-925-91
! 1-119-895-51
! 1-165-538-11
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
ELECT
CERAMIC
FILM
0.022UF
0.01UF
470UF
4700PF
0.1UF
10.00%
10.00%
20.00%
20.00%
10%
25V
25V
10V
250V
275V
C830
C831
C832
C833
C835
1-162-970-11
1-107-826-11
1-164-230-11
1-107-826-11
1-162-970-11
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
0.01UF
0.1UF
220PF
0.1UF
0.01UF
10.00%
10.00%
5.00%
10.00%
10.00%
25V
16V
50V
16V
25V
C605
C606
C609
C610
C611
1-161-830-00
1-161-830-00
1-161-830-00
1-161-830-00
1-117-751-11
CERAMIC
CERAMIC
CERAMIC
CERAMIC
ELECT(BLOCK)
0.0047UF
0.0047UF
0.0047UF
0.0047UF
220UF
99%
99%
99%
99%
20.00%
500V
500V
500V
500V
450V
C836
C837
C838
C839
C840
1-162-131-11
1-162-968-11
1-106-220-00
1-162-966-11
! 1-117-645-11
CERAMIC
CERAMIC CHIP
MYLAR
CERAMIC CHIP
FILM
220PF
0.0047UF
0.1UF
0.0022UF
11000PF
10.00%
10.00%
10.00%
10.00%
3.00%
2KV
50V
100V
50V
1.2KV
C612
C616
C619
C621
C622
1-117-623-11
1-164-230-11
1-130-491-00
1-126-963-11
! 1-119-894-51
FILM
CERAMIC CHIP
MYLAR
ELECT
CERAMIC
1500PF
220PF
0.047UF
4.7UF
2200PF
3.00%
5.00%
5.00%
20.00%
20.00%
1.2KV
50V
50V
50V
250V
C841
C842
C844
C845
C846
1-117-661-71
1-100-123-21
1-165-176-11
1-162-964-11
1-117-767-91
FILM
FILM
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC
0.15UF
0.033UF
0.047UF
0.001UF
330PF
5%
5%
10.00%
10.00%
10.00%
250V
400V
16V
50V
2KV
C623
C624
C625
C626
C628
1-162-967-11
1-126-967-11
! 1-127-942-51
1-102-228-00
1-117-768-91
CERAMIC CHIP
ELECT
CERAMIC
CERAMIC
CERAMIC
0.0033UF
47UF
330PF
470PF
470PF
10.00%
20.00%
10%
10.00%
10.00%
50V
50V
250V
500V
2KV
C847
C848
C849
C850
C851
1-107-364-11
1-107-364-11
1-106-375-12
1-106-220-00
1-107-675-11
MYLAR
MYLAR
MYLAR
MYLAR
ELECT
0.01UF
0.01UF
0.022UF
0.1UF
1UF
10.00%
10.00%
5.00%
10.00%
20.00%
200V
200V
200V
100V
450V
C630
C632
C634
C635
C637
1-128-549-11
1-126-953-11
1-126-941-11
1-126-971-11
1-126-933-11
ELECT
ELECT
ELECT
ELECT
ELECT
3300UF
2200UF
470UF
470UF
100UF
20.00%
20.00%
20.00%
20.00%
20.00%
35V
35V
25V
50V
16V
C852
C854
C855
C857
C858
1-117-665-11
1-126-948-11
1-107-894-11
1-104-666-11
1-137-194-81
FILM
ELECT
ELECT
ELECT
FILM
0.33UF
100UF
220UF
220UF
0.47UF
5.00%
20.00%
20.00%
20.00%
5.00%
250V
35V
35V
25V
50V
– 54 –
DESCRIPTION
REMARK
KV-AR14M80
RM-W101
The components identified by shading
and mark ! are critical for safety.
Replace only with part number specified.
A
REF NO. PART NO.
DESCRIPTION
REMARK
REF NO. PART NO.
DESCRIPTION
C860
C861
C862
C863
C867
1-162-318-11
1-104-666-11
1-162-318-11
1-165-176-11
1-165-441-51
CERAMIC
ELECT
CERAMIC
CERAMIC CHIP
ELECT
0.001UF
220UF
0.001UF
0.047UF
33UF
10.00%
20.00%
10.00%
10.00%
20%
500V
25V
500V
16V
160V
D054
D055
D056
D057
D058
8-719-069-55
8-719-069-55
8-719-081-97
8-719-081-97
8-719-081-97
DIODE UDZSTE-175.6B
DIODE UDZSTE-175.6B
DIODE MMDL914T1
DIODE MMDL914T1
DIODE MMDL914T1
C868
C869
C876
C877
C878
1-102-228-00
1-107-654-11
1-162-964-11
1-162-970-11
1-162-970-11
CERAMIC
ELECT
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
470PF
33UF
0.001UF
0.01UF
0.01UF
10.00%
20.00%
10.00%
10.00%
10.00%
500V
250V
50V
25V
25V
D059
D060
D061
D062
D063
8-719-081-97
8-719-069-55
8-719-081-97
8-719-069-55
8-719-081-97
DIODE MMDL914T1
DIODE UDZSTE-175.6B
DIODE MMDL914T1
DIODE UDZSTE-175.6B
DIODE MMDL914T1
C882
C900
C901
C902
C903
1-106-371-00
1-164-505-11
1-164-505-11
1-126-957-11
1-126-935-11
MYLAR
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
ELECT
ELECT
0.015UF 99%
2.2UF
2.2UF
0.22UF 20.00%
470UF
20.00%
200V
16V
16V
50V
16V
D064
D065
D066
D068
D071
8-719-069-55
8-719-069-55
8-719-908-03
8-719-069-55
8-719-081-97
DIODE UDZSTE-175.6B
DIODE UDZSTE-175.6B
DIODE GP08D
DIODE UDZSTE-175.6B
DIODE MMDL914T1
C905
C906
C907
C908
C909
1-162-970-11
1-164-346-11
1-164-346-11
1-164-346-11
1-164-346-11
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
0.01UF
1UF
1UF
1UF
1UF
10.00% 25V
16V
16V
16V
16V
D072
D074
D075
D076
D100
8-719-081-97
8-719-081-97
8-719-069-60
8-719-081-97
8-719-421-40
DIODE MMDL914T1
DIODE MMDL914T1
DIODE UDZSTE-179.1B
DIODE MMDL914T1
DIODE MA77
C910
C911
C912
C913
C914
1-164-315-11
1-164-315-11
1-164-315-11
1-164-315-11
1-164-315-11
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
470PF
470PF
470PF
470PF
470PF
5.00%
5.00%
5.00%
5.00%
5.00%
50V
50V
50V
50V
50V
D103
D108
D109
D200
D201
8-759-157-40
8-719-069-55
8-719-069-55
8-719-914-42
8-719-081-97
IC UPC574J
DIODE UDZSTE-175.6B
DIODE UDZSTE-175.6B
DIODE DA204K
DIODE MMDL914T1
C915
C916
C917
C918
C919
1-164-315-11
1-164-315-11
1-164-315-11
1-164-346-11
1-164-346-11
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
470PF
470PF
470PF
1UF
1UF
5.00%
5.00%
5.00%
50V
50V
50V
16V
16V
D202
D203
D204
D205
D208
8-719-081-97
8-719-081-97
8-719-081-97
8-719-081-97
8-719-081-97
DIODE MMDL914T1
DIODE MMDL914T1
DIODE MMDL914T1
DIODE MMDL914T1
DIODE MMDL914T1
C922
C925
C955
C956
C967
1-164-315-11
1-164-315-11
1-126-947-11
1-126-933-11
1-164-505-11
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
ELECT
ELECT
CERAMIC CHIP
470PF
470PF
47UF
100UF
2.2UF
5.00%
5.00%
20.00%
20.00%
50V
50V
35V
16V
16V
D211
D212
D213
D214
D600
8-719-914-42
8-719-081-97
8-719-081-97
8-719-081-97
8-719-081-97
DIODE DA204K
DIODE MMDL914T1
DIODE MMDL914T1
DIODE MMDL914T1
DIODE MMDL914T1
C975
C979
C1019
C1233
C2602
1-162-964-11
1-162-964-11
1-125-891-11
1-126-961-11
1-102-114-00
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
ELECT
CERAMIC
0.001UF
0.001UF
0.47UF
2.2UF
470PF
10.00%
10.00%
10.00%
20.00%
10.00%
50V
50V
10V
50V
50V
D602
D603
D604
D605
D608
6-500-481-31
6-500-481-31
8-719-077-77
8-719-109-85
8-719-109-85
DIODE AM01AV1
DIODE AM01AV1
DIODE D3SB60F3
DIODE RD5.1ESB2
DIODE RD5.1ESB2
C2631
C2636
C2648
1-102-228-00
1-126-972-11
1-126-952-11
CERAMIC
ELECT
ELECT
470PF
1000UF
1000UF
10.00% 500V
20.00% 50V
20.00% 35V
D614
D615
D617
D618
D619
8-719-923-86
8-719-063-70
6-500-567-11
8-719-063-70
6-500-567-11
DIODE MTZJ-T-77-15
DIODE D1NL20U
DIODE 10ERB20-TA2B5
DIODE D1NL20U
DIODE 10ERB20-TA2B5
D621
D622
D623
D624
D629
8-719-312-10
8-719-085-37
6-500-567-31
8-719-510-73
8-719-109-85
DIODE RU4AM-T3
DIODE 11EQS10-TB5
DIODE 10ERB20-TB3
DIODE S3L20UF4
DIODE RD5.1ESB2
D633
D635
D637
D638
D639
8-719-923-86
8-719-083-57
8-719-072-70
8-719-081-97
8-719-027-22
DIODE MTZJ-T-77-15
DIODE UDZSTE-173.6B
DIODE MA2ZD14001S0
DIODE MMDL914T1
DIODE D3S6M-F
D804
D805
D807
D808
D809
8-719-911-19
8-719-911-19
8-719-911-19
8-719-911-19
8-719-911-19
DIODE 1SS119-25
DIODE 1SS119-25
DIODE 1SS119-25
DIODE 1SS119-25
DIODE 1SS119-25
D815
D816
8-719-069-60
6-500-764-11
DIODE UDZSTE-179.1B
DIODE BY228/23
<CONNECTOR>
* CN005
* CN200
* CN600
* CN601
* CN602 !
1-564-506-11
1-564-507-11
1-508-786-00
1-691-134-11
1-580-843-11
PLUG, CONNECTOR 3P
PLUG, CONNECTOR 4P
PIN, CONNECTOR (5MM PITCH) 2P
PIN, CONNECTOR (PC BOARD) 2P
PIN, CONNECTOR (POWER)
* CN904
CT131
CT139
1-508-743-00
1-767-774-22
1-767-775-22
PIN, CONNECTOR 5P
TRAP, CERAMIC
TRAP, CERAMIC
<DIODE>
D002
D003
D023
D024
D025
8-719-081-97
8-719-081-97
8-719-069-60
8-719-069-60
8-719-069-60
DIODE MMDL914T1
DIODE MMDL914T1
DIODE UDZSTE-179.1B
DIODE UDZSTE-179.1B
DIODE UDZSTE-179.1B
– 55 –
REMARK
KV-AR14M80
RM-W101
The components identified by shading
and mark ! are critical for safety.
Replace only with part number specified.
A
REF NO. PART NO.
DESCRIPTION
REMARK
D817
D818
D819
8-719-979-85
8-719-109-85
6-500-567-31
DIODE EGP20G
DIODE RD5.1ESB2
DIODE 10ERB20-TB3
D820
D821
D823
D824
D827
8-719-908-03
6-500-567-31
8-719-302-43
8-719-302-43
8-719-302-43
DIODE GP08D
DIODE 10ERB20-TB3
DIODE EL1Z
DIODE EL1Z
DIODE EL1Z
D829
D830
D900
D901
D902
8-719-069-55
8-719-081-97
8-719-069-60
8-719-069-60
8-719-069-55
DIODE UDZSTE-175.6B
DIODE MMDL914T1
DIODE UDZSTE-179.1B
DIODE UDZSTE-179.1B
DIODE UDZSTE-175.6B
D903
D905
D906
D907
D908
8-719-069-55
8-719-069-60
8-719-069-55
8-719-069-55
8-719-069-55
DIODE UDZSTE-175.6B
DIODE UDZSTE-179.1B
DIODE UDZSTE-175.6B
DIODE UDZSTE-175.6B
DIODE UDZSTE-175.6B
D909
D910
D911
D912
D913
8-719-069-55
8-719-069-55
8-719-069-55
8-719-069-55
8-719-069-55
DIODE UDZSTE-175.6B
DIODE UDZSTE-175.6B
DIODE UDZSTE-175.6B
DIODE UDZSTE-175.6B
DIODE UDZSTE-175.6B
JR001
JR002
JR004
JR005
JR007
1-216-864-11
1-216-864-11
1-216-864-11
1-216-864-11
1-216-864-11
SHORT CHIP
SHORT CHIP
SHORT CHIP
SHORT CHIP
SHORT CHIP
0
0
0
0
0
D914
D915
D916
D918
D931
8-719-083-18
8-719-069-55
8-719-069-55
8-719-069-55
8-719-083-57
DIODE SPB-25MVWF
DIODE UDZSTE-175.6B
DIODE UDZSTE-175.6B
DIODE UDZSTE-175.6B
DIODE UDZSTE-173.6B
JR008
JR009
JR012
JR013
JR014
1-216-864-11
1-216-864-11
1-216-864-11
1-216-864-11
1-216-864-11
SHORT CHIP
SHORT CHIP
SHORT CHIP
SHORT CHIP
SHORT CHIP
0
0
0
0
0
D932
D2625
8-719-083-57
8-719-510-73
DIODE UDZSTE-173.6B
DIODE S3L20UF4
JR015
JR016
JR017
JR018
JR019
1-216-864-11
1-216-864-11
1-216-864-11
1-216-864-11
1-216-864-11
SHORT CHIP
SHORT CHIP
SHORT CHIP
SHORT CHIP
SHORT CHIP
0
0
0
0
0
JR020
JR024
JR025
JR026
JR027
1-216-864-11
1-216-864-11
1-216-864-11
1-216-864-11
1-216-864-11
SHORT CHIP
SHORT CHIP
SHORT CHIP
SHORT CHIP
SHORT CHIP
0
0
0
0
0
JR036
JR037
JR038
JR040
JR041
1-216-864-11
1-216-864-11
1-216-864-11
1-216-864-11
1-216-864-11
SHORT CHIP
SHORT CHIP
SHORT CHIP
SHORT CHIP
SHORT CHIP
0
0
0
0
0
1-216-864-11
1-216-864-11
1-216-864-11
1-216-864-11
1-216-864-11
SHORT CHIP
SHORT CHIP
SHORT CHIP
SHORT CHIP
SHORT CHIP
0
0
0
0
0
1-580-798-11
CONNECTOR PIN (DY)
! 1-576-232-21
FUSE
5A
IC602
IC603
IC604
IC605
IC606
6-703-479-01
6-703-478-01
8-759-231-53
6-705-063-01
8-759-445-59
IC PQ09RD1SJ00H
IC PQ018EF01SZH
IC TA7805S
IC SE135N-LF38
IC BA033T
IC607
IC801
IC802
IC804
8-759-832-05
6-703-708-01
6-701-937-01
6-706-023-01
IC BA18BC0FP-E2
IC LM2903DT
IC TJM4558CDT
IC AN15524A
J200
J900
J901
J903
REMARK
1-770-786-22
1-694-242-11
1-817-299-11
1-770-329-13
JACK
TERMINAL, S
PHONO JACK
JACK, PIN 3P
11P
<CHIP CONDUCTOR>
6P
<FUSE>
F600
DESCRIPTION
<JACK>
<DY CONNECTOR>
* DY800
REF NO. PART NO.
250V
<FERRITE BEAD>
FB001
FB101
FB603
FB608
FB800
1-410-397-21
1-414-229-11
1-410-397-21
1-412-911-31
1-410-397-21
FERRITE
FERRITE
FERRITE
FERRITE
FERRITE
1.1UH
0UH
1.1UH
0UH
1.1UH
FB2607
1-410-397-21
FERRITE
1.1UH
JR042
JR043
JR046
JR047
JR049
0A
0A
JR051
JR300
JR301
JR302
JR600
1-216-864-11
1-216-864-11
1-216-864-11
1-216-864-11
1-216-864-11
SHORT CHIP
SHORT CHIP
SHORT CHIP
SHORT CHIP
SHORT CHIP
0
0
0
0
0
JR601
JR602
JR1006
JR1011
JR1012
1-216-864-11
1-216-864-11
1-216-864-11
1-216-864-11
1-216-864-11
SHORT CHIP
SHORT CHIP
SHORT CHIP
SHORT CHIP
SHORT CHIP
0
0
0
0
0
JR1013
JR1014
JR1101
1-216-864-11
1-216-864-11
1-216-864-11
SHORT CHIP
SHORT CHIP
SHORT CHIP
0
0
0
<FUSE HOLDER>
FH601
FH602
1-533-223-11
1-533-223-11
FUSE HOLDER
FUSE HOLDER
<IC>
IC001
IC002
IC003
IC200
IC601
6-705-434-51
6-704-532-01
8-759-714-06
6-703-475-01
6-704-263-01
IC TDA12067H/N1B0B0QX
IC RPM7240-H5
IC M24C16-WMN6T(A)
IC AN5276T
IC STR-F6267S LF1357
0V
0V
– 56 –
KV-AR14M80
RM-W101
The components identified by shading
and mark ! are critical for safety.
Replace only with part number specified.
REF NO. PART NO.
JR1110
JR1903
1-216-864-11
1-216-864-11
A
DESCRIPTION
SHORT CHIP
SHORT CHIP
REMARK
0
0
<COIL>
L003
L004
L005
L006
L007
1-414-856-11
1-414-187-11
1-414-856-11
1-414-856-11
1-414-856-11
INDUCTOR
INDUCTOR
INDUCTOR
INDUCTOR
INDUCTOR
10UH
47UH
10UH
10UH
10UH
L008
L009
L010
L011
L012
1-414-856-11
1-414-856-11
1-469-525-91
1-469-525-91
1-412-058-11
INDUCTOR
INDUCTOR
INDUCTOR
INDUCTOR
INDUCTOR
10UH
10UH
10UH
10UH
10UH
L013
L031
L032
L033
L035
1-469-525-91
1-469-525-91
1-469-525-91
1-469-525-91
1-469-525-91
INDUCTOR
INDUCTOR
INDUCTOR
INDUCTOR
INDUCTOR
10UH
10UH
10UH
10UH
10UH
L036
L100
L101
L103
L106
1-469-525-91
1-414-857-11
1-410-498-11
1-410-987-42
1-414-189-31
INDUCTOR
INDUCTOR
INDUCTOR
INDUCTOR
INDUCTOR
10UH
100UH
1.2UH
0.33UH
100UH
L600
L601
L602
L800
L802
1-412-533-21
1-412-533-21
1-412-529-11
1-424-795-11
1-406-679-11
INDUCTOR
47UH
INDUCTOR
47UH
INDUCTOR
22UH
COIL, HORIZONTAL LINEARITY
INDUCTOR
22MH
L803
L805
L902
L2601
1-414-493-41
1-408-947-00
1-414-187-11
1-412-525-31
INDUCTOR
INDUCTOR
INDUCTOR
INDUCTOR
1-533-597-42
1-533-597-42
1-533-597-41
1-533-597-42
1-533-597-42
REMARK
Q200
Q201
Q202
8-729-421-22
8-729-010-05
8-729-010-05
TRANSISTOR UN2211
TRANSISTOR MSB709-RT1
TRANSISTOR MSB709-RT1
Q206
Q601
Q605
Q606
Q608
8-729-421-22
8-729-010-25
6-550-572-01
8-729-010-25
8-729-010-25
TRANSISTOR UN2211
TRANSISTOR MSD601-RT1
TRANSISTOR FN155
TRANSISTOR MSD601-RT1
TRANSISTOR MSD601-RT1
Q609
Q803
Q804
Q805
Q806
8-729-010-25
8-729-140-50
8-729-200-17
6-550-410-01
8-729-010-25
TRANSISTOR MSD601-RT1
TRANSISTOR 2SC3209LK
TRANSISTOR 2SA1091-O
TRANSISTOR 2SC5885
TRANSISTOR MSD601-RT1
Q807
Q808
Q814
Q900
Q901
8-729-010-05
8-729-053-33
8-729-010-25
8-729-010-05
8-729-424-67
TRANSISTOR MSB709-RT1
TRANSISTOR IRF614-037
TRANSISTOR MSD601-RT1
TRANSISTOR MSB709-RT1
TRANSISTOR UN2216
Q902
Q8009
Q8010
8-729-424-67
8-729-200-17
8-729-140-50
TRANSISTOR UN2216
TRANSISTOR 2SA1091-O
TRANSISTOR 2SC3209LK
R001
R002
R003
R004
R010
1-216-829-11
1-216-809-11
1-216-829-11
1-216-809-11
1-216-833-11
METAL CHIP
METAL CHIP
METAL CHIP
METAL CHIP
METAL CHIP
4.7K
100
4.7K
100
10K
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
1/10W
1/10W
1/10W
1/10W
1/10W
R011
R012
R014
R015
R018
1-216-821-11
1-216-825-11
1-216-809-11
1-216-823-11
1-216-809-11
METAL CHIP
METAL CHIP
METAL CHIP
METAL CHIP
METAL CHIP
1K
2.2K
100
1.5K
100
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
1/10W
1/10W
1/10W
1/10W
1/10W
R020
R023
R024
R025
R026
1-216-809-11
1-216-823-11
1-216-809-11
1-216-809-11
1-216-809-11
METAL CHIP
METAL CHIP
METAL CHIP
METAL CHIP
METAL CHIP
100
1.5K
100
100
100
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
1/10W
1/10W
1/10W
1/10W
1/10W
R029
R030
R038
R039
R041
1-216-809-11
1-216-809-11
1-216-809-11
1-216-809-11
1-216-809-11
METAL CHIP
METAL CHIP
METAL CHIP
METAL CHIP
METAL CHIP
100
100
100
100
100
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
1/10W
1/10W
1/10W
1/10W
1/10W
<TRANSISTOR>
R042
R044
R045
R046
R048
1-216-825-11
1-216-834-11
1-216-809-11
1-216-809-11
1-216-809-11
METAL CHIP
METAL CHIP
METAL CHIP
METAL CHIP
METAL CHIP
2.2K
12K
100
100
100
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
1/10W
1/10W
1/10W
1/10W
1/10W
4.7MH
2.2MH
47UH
10UH
PHOTO COUPLER PC123Y22JOOF
<IC LINK>
PS602 !
PS603 !
PS604
PS605 !
PS2601 !
DESCRIPTION
<RESISTOR>
<PHOTO COUPLER>
PH600 ! 6-600-187-01
REF NO. PART NO.
IC LINK
IC LINK
IC LINK
IC LINK
IC LINK
5A
5A
5A
5A
5A
90V
90V
90V
90V
90V
Q001
Q006
Q007
Q008
Q010
8-729-421-22
8-729-424-67
8-729-424-67
8-729-010-25
8-729-010-05
TRANSISTOR UN2211
TRANSISTOR UN2216
TRANSISTOR UN2216
TRANSISTOR MSD601-RT1
TRANSISTOR MSB709-RT1
R051
R056
R058
R059
R060
1-218-885-11
1-216-809-11
1-216-809-11
1-216-821-11
1-216-809-11
METAL CHIP
METAL CHIP
METAL CHIP
METAL CHIP
METAL CHIP
39K
100
100
1K
100
0.50%
5%
5%
5%
5%
1/10W
1/10W
1/10W
1/10W
1/10W
Q013
Q016
Q100
Q102
Q103
8-729-010-25
8-729-421-22
8-729-010-25
8-729-022-54
8-729-424-67
TRANSISTOR MSD601-RT1
TRANSISTOR UN2211
TRANSISTOR MSD601-RT1
TRANSISTOR 2SC3779C,D-AA
TRANSISTOR UN2216
R061
R087
R088
R096
R097
1-216-819-11
1-216-813-11
1-216-823-11
1-216-813-11
1-216-813-11
METAL CHIP
METAL CHIP
METAL CHIP
METAL CHIP
METAL CHIP
680
220
1.5K
220
220
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
1/10W
1/10W
1/10W
1/10W
1/10W
Q104
Q111
8-729-424-67
8-729-010-25
TRANSISTOR UN2216
TRANSISTOR MSD601-RT1
R098
R099
1-216-813-11
1-216-813-11
METAL CHIP
METAL CHIP
220
220
5%
5%
1/10W
1/10W
– 57 –
KV-AR14M80
RM-W101
The components identified by shading
and mark ! are critical for safety.
Replace only with part number specified.
A
REF NO. PART NO.
DESCRIPTION
REMARK
REF NO. PART NO.
R100
R103
R106
1-216-821-11
1-211-981-11
1-216-829-11
METAL CHIP
METAL CHIP
METAL CHIP
1K
33
4.7K
5%
0.50%
5%
1/10W
1/10W
1/10W
R107
R108
R109
R110
R111
1-216-828-11
1-218-839-11
1-216-019-00
1-216-821-11
1-216-833-11
METAL CHIP
METAL CHIP
RES-CHIP
METAL CHIP
METAL CHIP
3.9K
470
56
1K
10K
5%
0.50%
5%
5%
5%
1/10W
1/10W
1/10W
1/10W
1/10W
R112
R113
R114
R115
R116
1-218-867-11
1-216-825-11
1-216-825-11
1-216-809-11
1-216-809-11
METAL CHIP
METAL CHIP
METAL CHIP
METAL CHIP
METAL CHIP
6.8K
2.2K
2.2K
100
100
0.50%
5%
5%
5%
5%
1/10W
1/10W
1/10W
1/10W
1/10W
R118
R119
R121
R128
R131
1-216-809-11
1-211-981-11
1-215-925-11
1-216-864-11
1-216-809-11
METAL CHIP
METAL CHIP
METAL OXIDE
SHORT CHIP
METAL CHIP
100
33
22K
0
100
5%
0.50%
5%
1/10W
1/10W
3W
5%
1/10W
R149
R150
R152
R153
R200
1-216-864-11
1-216-809-11
1-216-864-11
1-216-853-11
1-216-829-11
SHORT CHIP
METAL CHIP
SHORT CHIP
METAL CHIP
METAL CHIP
0
100
0
470K
4.7K
5%
1/10W
5%
5%
1/10W
1/10W
R201
R202
R203
R204
R205
1-216-829-11
1-216-833-11
1-216-829-11
1-216-829-11
1-216-833-11
METAL CHIP
METAL CHIP
METAL CHIP
METAL CHIP
METAL CHIP
4.7K
10K
4.7K
4.7K
10K
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
1/10W
1/10W
1/10W
1/10W
1/10W
R207
R208
R210
R211
R212
1-216-825-11
1-216-825-11
1-216-835-11
1-216-835-11
1-216-864-11
METAL CHIP
METAL CHIP
METAL CHIP
METAL CHIP
SHORT CHIP
2.2K
2.2K
15K
15K
0
5%
5%
5%
5%
1/10W
1/10W
1/10W
1/10W
R213
R214
R215
R216
R217
1-216-835-11
1-216-835-11
1-216-833-11
1-216-833-11
1-249-411-11
METAL CHIP
METAL CHIP
METAL CHIP
METAL CHIP
CARBON
15K
15K
10K
10K
330
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
1/10W
1/10W
1/10W
1/10W
1/4W
R218
R219
R220
R221
R234
1-216-295-91
1-249-411-11
1-216-864-11
1-216-821-11
1-249-401-11
SHORT CHIP
CARBON
SHORT CHIP
METAL CHIP
CARBON
0
330
0
1K
47
R235
R236
R237
R238
R241
1-249-401-11
1-216-833-11
1-216-809-11
1-216-809-11
1-216-825-11
CARBON
METAL CHIP
METAL CHIP
METAL CHIP
METAL CHIP
R242
R300
R302
R303
R304
1-216-825-11
1-216-809-11
1-216-861-11
1-216-861-11
1-216-855-11
R307
R309
R310
R311
R312
R313
R314
R315
5%
1/4W
5%
5%
1/10W
1/4W
47
10K
100
100
2.2K
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
1/4W
1/10W
1/10W
1/10W
1/10W
METAL CHIP
METAL CHIP
METAL CHIP
METAL CHIP
METAL CHIP
2.2K
100
2.2M
2.2M
680K
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
1/10W
1/10W
1/10W
1/10W
1/10W
1-216-861-11
1-216-857-11
1-216-809-11
1-216-841-11
1-216-857-11
METAL CHIP
METAL CHIP
METAL CHIP
METAL CHIP
METAL CHIP
2.2M
1M
100
47K
1M
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
1/10W
1/10W
1/10W
1/10W
1/10W
1-216-847-11
1-218-867-11
1-218-867-11
METAL CHIP
METAL CHIP
METAL CHIP
150K
6.8K
6.8K
5%
0.50%
0.50%
1/10W
1/10W
1/10W
DESCRIPTION
REMARK
R317
R320
1-216-827-11
1-218-863-11
METAL CHIP
METAL CHIP
3.3K
4.7K
5%
0.50%
1/10W
1/10W
R322
R323
R324
R331
R336
1-218-863-11
1-216-809-11
1-216-864-11
1-216-809-11
1-216-829-11
METAL CHIP
METAL CHIP
SHORT CHIP
METAL CHIP
METAL CHIP
4.7K
100
0
100
4.7K
0.50%
5%
1/10W
1/10W
5%
5%
1/10W
1/10W
R337
R338
R339
R340
R341
1-216-817-11
1-216-825-11
1-216-809-11
1-216-833-11
1-216-809-11
METAL CHIP
METAL CHIP
METAL CHIP
METAL CHIP
METAL CHIP
470
2.2K
100
10K
100
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
1/10W
1/10W
1/10W
1/10W
1/10W
R355
R356
R360
R363
R364
1-216-837-11
1-216-864-11
1-216-864-11
1-216-864-11
1-216-821-11
METAL CHIP
SHORT CHIP
SHORT CHIP
SHORT CHIP
METAL CHIP
22K
0
0
0
1K
5%
1/10W
5%
1/10W
R377
R379
R380
R384
R385
1-216-823-11
1-216-843-11
1-216-809-11
1-216-809-11
1-216-809-11
METAL CHIP
METAL CHIP
METAL CHIP
METAL CHIP
METAL CHIP
1.5K
68K
100
100
100
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
1/10W
1/10W
1/10W
1/10W
1/10W
R386
R392
R393
R394
R395
1-216-809-11
1-216-833-11
1-216-809-11
1-216-829-11
1-216-845-11
METAL CHIP
METAL CHIP
METAL CHIP
METAL CHIP
METAL CHIP
100
10K
100
4.7K
100K
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
1/10W
1/10W
1/10W
1/10W
1/10W
R397
R398
R400
R401
R405
1-216-125-00
1-216-797-11
1-260-288-11
1-260-288-11
1-260-288-11
RES-CHIP
METAL CHIP
CARBON
CARBON
CARBON
1.5M
10
0.47
0.47
0.47
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
1/10W
1/10W
1/2W
1/2W
1/2W
R406
R411
R412
R413
R414
1-260-127-11
1-214-909-00
1-214-773-00
1-215-461-00
1-260-336-11
CARBON
METAL
METAL
METAL
CARBON
220K
68K
68K
47K
4.7K
5%
1%
1%
1%
5%
1/2W
1/2W
1/4W
1/4W
1/2W
R416
R420
R421
R423
R424
1-260-107-11
1-216-829-11
1-216-833-11
1-216-864-11
1-218-895-11
CARBON
METAL CHIP
METAL CHIP
SHORT CHIP
METAL CHIP
4.7K
4.7K
10K
0
100K
5%
5%
5%
1/2W
1/10W
1/10W
0.50%
1/10W
R602
R609
R612
R616
R618
1-216-829-11
1-216-833-11
1-215-425-00
1-245-528-11
1-249-432-11
METAL CHIP
METAL CHIP
METAL
METAL
CARBON
4.7K
10K
1.5K
1.5
18K
5%
5%
1%
5%
5%
1/10W
1/10W
1/4W
10W
1/4W
R619
R620
R621
R623
R624
1-216-361-00
1-216-362-21
1-249-409-11
1-218-877-11
1-215-429-00
METAL OXIDE
METAL OXIDE
CARBON
METAL CHIP
METAL
0.22
0.27
220
18K
2.2K
5%
5%
5%
0.50%
1%
2W
2W
1/4W
1/10W
1/4W
R625
R627
R631
R634
R635
1-216-864-11
1-249-385-11
1-249-425-11
1-216-829-11
1-216-833-11
SHORT CHIP
CARBON
CARBON
METAL CHIP
METAL CHIP
0
2.2
4.7K
4.7K
10K
5%
5%
5%
5%
1/4W
1/4W
1/10W
1/10W
R636
R638
R645
1-249-421-11
1-245-528-11
1-218-899-11
CARBON
METAL
METAL CHIP
2.2K
1.5
150K
5%
5%
0.50%
1/4W
10W
1/16W
– 58 –
KV-AR14M80
RM-W101
The components identified by shading
and mark ! are critical for safety.
Replace only with part number specified.
A
REF NO. PART NO.
DESCRIPTION
REMARK
REF NO. PART NO.
R646
R647
1-218-851-11
1-216-821-11
METAL CHIP
METAL CHIP
1.5K
1K
0.50%
5%
1/10W
1/10W
R889
R890
1-243-531-71
1-215-910-00
METAL OXIDE
METAL OXIDE
100
68
5%
5%
3W
3W
R650
R655
R656
R658
R659
! 1-240-917-91
1-216-809-11
1-249-381-11
1-245-464-21
1-245-470-21
METAL
METAL CHIP
CARBON
METAL
METAL
8.2M
100
1
120K
220K
5%
5%
5%
1%
1%
1W
1/10W
1/4W
1/4W
1/4W
R891
R893
R895
R902
R904
1-249-385-11
1-218-867-11
1-218-855-11
1-216-821-11
1-216-821-11
CARBON
METAL CHIP
METAL CHIP
METAL CHIP
METAL CHIP
2.2
6.8K
2.2K
1K
1K
5%
0.50%
0.50%
5%
5%
1/4W
1/10W
1/10W
1/10W
1/10W
R660
R661
R667
R668
R820
1-245-478-21
1-245-480-21
1-216-821-11
1-216-839-11
1-216-825-11
METAL
METAL
METAL CHIP
METAL CHIP
METAL CHIP
470K
560K
1K
33K
2.2K
1%
1%
5%
5%
5%
1/4W
1/4W
1/10W
1/10W
1/10W
R905
R906
R907
R908
R909
1-216-840-11
1-216-817-11
1-216-840-11
1-216-840-11
1-216-840-11
METAL CHIP
METAL CHIP
METAL CHIP
METAL CHIP
METAL CHIP
39K
470
39K
39K
39K
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
1/10W
1/10W
1/10W
1/10W
1/10W
R821
R822
R823
R824
R825
1-216-837-11
1-249-418-11
1-245-468-21
1-216-839-11
1-243-608-71
METAL CHIP
CARBON
METAL
METAL CHIP
METAL OXIDE
22K
1.2K
180K
33K
1.5K
5%
5%
1%
5%
5%
1/10W
1/4W
1/4W
1/10W
3W
R910
R911
R913
R914
R915
1-216-817-11
1-216-813-11
1-216-853-11
1-216-853-11
1-216-849-11
METAL CHIP
METAL CHIP
METAL CHIP
METAL CHIP
METAL CHIP
470
220
470K
470K
220K
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
1/10W
1/10W
1/10W
1/10W
1/10W
R826
R827
R828
R829
R830
1-247-891-00
1-216-317-71
1-243-608-71
1-243-606-71
1-260-332-51
CARBON
METAL OXIDE
METAL OXIDE
METAL OXIDE
CARBON
330K
1.5
1.5K
1K
2.2K
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
1/4W
2W
3W
3W
1/2W
R916
R917
R919
R920
R921
1-216-849-11
1-218-285-11
1-216-813-11
1-216-849-11
1-216-849-11
METAL CHIP
METAL CHIP
METAL CHIP
METAL CHIP
METAL CHIP
220K
75
220
220K
220K
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
1/10W
1/10W
1/10W
1/10W
1/10W
R831
R833
R834
R835
R838
1-216-829-11
1-260-125-11
1-245-468-21
1-260-125-11
1-216-838-11
METAL CHIP
CARBON
METAL
CARBON
METAL CHIP
4.7K
150K
180K
150K
27K
5%
5%
1%
5%
5%
1/10W
1/2W
1/4W
1/2W
1/10W
R923
R924
R925
R926
R927
1-218-285-11
1-216-853-11
1-216-813-11
1-216-813-11
1-216-813-11
METAL CHIP
METAL CHIP
METAL CHIP
METAL CHIP
METAL CHIP
75
470K
220
220
220
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
1/10W
1/10W
1/10W
1/10W
1/10W
R839
R843
R844
R846
R847
1-216-864-11
1-216-864-11
1-218-867-11
1-216-825-11
1-216-833-11
SHORT CHIP
SHORT CHIP
METAL CHIP
METAL CHIP
METAL CHIP
0
0
6.8K
2.2K
10K
0.50%
5%
5%
1/10W
1/10W
1/10W
R928
R929
R930
R931
R932
1-218-285-11
1-218-285-11
1-218-285-11
1-216-807-11
1-216-864-11
METAL CHIP
METAL CHIP
METAL CHIP
METAL CHIP
SHORT CHIP
75
75
75
68
0
5%
5%
5%
5%
1/10W
1/10W
1/10W
1/10W
R851
R852
R853
R854
R855
1-216-821-11
1-218-871-11
1-218-859-11
1-218-877-11
1-218-899-11
METAL CHIP
METAL CHIP
METAL CHIP
METAL CHIP
METAL CHIP
1K
10K
3.3K
18K
150K
5%
0.50%
0.50%
0.50%
0.50%
1/10W
1/10W
1/10W
1/10W
1/16W
R933
R940
R941
R944
R945
1-216-864-11
1-216-849-11
1-216-849-11
1-216-823-11
1-216-833-11
SHORT CHIP
METAL CHIP
METAL CHIP
METAL CHIP
METAL CHIP
0
220K
220K
1.5K
10K
5%
5%
5%
5%
1/10W
1/10W
1/10W
1/10W
R856
R858
R859
R861
R864
1-218-871-11
1-162-968-11
1-218-883-11
1-216-825-11
1-218-865-11
METAL CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
METAL CHIP
METAL CHIP
METAL CHIP
10K
0.0047UF
33K
2.2K
5.6K
0.50%
10.00%
0.50%
5%
0.50%
1/10W
50V
1/10W
1/10W
1/10W
R946
R989
R990
R2646
R2647
1-216-833-11
1-216-833-11
1-216-864-11
1-249-381-11
1-249-429-11
METAL CHIP
METAL CHIP
SHORT CHIP
CARBON
CARBON
10K
10K
0
1
10K
5%
5%
1/10W
1/10W
5%
5%
1/4W
1/4W
R865
R866
R868
R869
R870
1-216-821-11
1-218-895-11
1-249-393-11
1-249-381-11
1-218-855-11
METAL CHIP
METAL CHIP
CARBON
CARBON
METAL CHIP
1K
100K
10
1
2.2K
5%
0.50%
5%
5%
0.50%
1/10W
1/10W
1/4W
1/4W
1/10W
R8009
R8010
R8011
R8012
R8013
1-218-867-11
1-245-464-21
1-216-841-11
1-216-841-11
1-245-462-21
METAL CHIP
METAL
METAL CHIP
METAL CHIP
METAL
6.8K
120K
47K
47K
100K
0.50%
1%
5%
5%
1%
1/10W
1/4W
1/10W
1/10W
1/4W
R871
R872
R873
R876
R877
1-215-863-11
1-216-864-11
1-216-841-11
1-216-833-11
1-218-895-11
METAL OXIDE
SHORT CHIP
METAL CHIP
METAL CHIP
METAL CHIP
100
0
47K
10K
100K
5%
1W
5%
5%
0.50%
1/10W
1/10W
1/10W
R9005
R9017
R9018
R9019
R9020
1-216-864-11
1-216-809-11
1-216-809-11
1-216-809-11
1-216-809-11
SHORT CHIP
METAL CHIP
METAL CHIP
METAL CHIP
METAL CHIP
0
100
100
100
100
5%
5%
5%
5%
1/10W
1/10W
1/10W
1/10W
R878
R879
R880
R881
R882
1-216-349-00
1-245-470-21
1-245-470-21
1-218-867-11
1-216-825-11
METAL OXIDE
METAL
METAL
METAL CHIP
METAL CHIP
1
220K
220K
6.8K
2.2K
5%
1%
1%
0.50%
5%
1W
1/4W
1/4W
1/10W
1/10W
R9021
R9022
R9023
R9025
R9026
1-216-809-11
1-216-809-11
1-216-809-11
1-216-809-11
1-216-838-11
METAL CHIP
METAL CHIP
METAL CHIP
METAL CHIP
METAL CHIP
100
100
100
100
27K
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
1/10W
1/10W
1/10W
1/10W
1/10W
R883
R887
R888
1-249-421-11
1-216-837-11
1-218-887-11
CARBON
METAL CHIP
METAL CHIP
2.2K
22K
47K
5%
5%
0.50%
1/4W
1/10W
1/10W
R9027
R9028
R9030
1-216-838-11
1-216-809-11
1-216-809-11
METAL CHIP
METAL CHIP
METAL CHIP
27K
100
100
5%
5%
5%
1/10W
1/10W
1/10W
– 59 –
DESCRIPTION
REMARK
KV-AR14M80
RM-W101
The components identified by shading
and mark ! are critical for safety.
Replace only with part number specified.
A C
REF NO. PART NO.
DESCRIPTION
REMARK
REF NO. PART NO.
DESCRIPTION
REMARK
R9031
R9036
1-216-809-11
1-216-809-11
METAL CHIP
METAL CHIP
100
100
5%
5%
1/10W
1/10W
C781
C782
1-107-960-11
1-102-074-00
ELECT
CERAMIC
4.7UF
20.00% 250V
0.001UF 10.00% 50V
R9050
R9053
1-216-864-11
1-218-285-11
SHORT CHIP
METAL CHIP
0
75
5%
1/10W
C783
C786
C787
1-162-964-11
1-162-964-11
1-164-645-11
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC
0.001UF 10.00% 50V
0.001UF 10.00% 50V
1000PF 10.00% 500V
<RELAY>
<CONNECTOR>
RY600 ! 1-755-198-12
RELAY, AC POWER
* CN701
* CN703
CN704
CN705
<SWITCH>
S600 !
S800
SWF100
SWF101
1-571-433-31
1-572-707-11
1-781-040-11
1-767-302-11
SWITCH, PUSH (AC POWER)
SWITCH, LEVER
FILTER, SURFACE WAVE (K082)
FILTER, SURFACE WAVE
! 1-456-354-11
! 1-439-690-11
! 1-456-354-11
1-435-374-11
! 1-453-309-21
PLUG, CONNECTOR 7P
PLUG, CONNECTOR 5P
TAB (CONTACT)
TAB (CONTACT)
<DIODE>
<TRANSFORMER>
T600
T602
T603
T800
T802
1-564-510-11
1-564-508-11
1-695-915-11
1-695-915-11
LINE FILTER COIL
CONVERTER TRANSFORMER (SRT)
LINE FILTER COIL
TRANSFORMER, FERRITE (HDT)
TRANSFORMER ASSY FLYBACK
(NX-4450//M3A4)
D750
D754
D755
D756
D780
8-719-908-03
8-719-970-83
8-719-970-83
8-719-970-83
8-719-911-19
DIODE GP08D
DIODE HSS82-TJ
DIODE HSS82-TJ
DIODE HSS82-TJ
DIODE 1SS119-25
D781
D782
8-719-911-19
8-719-069-55
DIODE 1SS119-25
DIODE UDZSTE-175.6B
<IC>
IC751
6-703-482-01
IC TDA6108AJF/N1
<THERMISTOR>
THP600!
TP02
TP03
TP04
TP601
1-804-530-11
1-536-354-00
1-536-354-00
1-536-354-00
1-536-354-00
THERMISTOR, POSITIVE
POST PIN
POST PIN
POST PIN
POST PIN
TP602
1-536-354-00
POST PIN
<JACK>
J751
! 1-451-544-11
SOCKET, CRT
<COIL>
L780
1-410-667-31
INDUCTOR
22UH
<TUNER>
<RESISTOR>
TU102
1-693-636-11
TUNER (TEDE9)
<VARISTOR>
VDR600
1-804-995-21
VARISTOR
<CRYSTAL>
X001
1-795-839-21
QUARTZ CRYSTAL UNIT
*****************************************************************
* A-1410-151-A MOUNTED PWB(VAR), C
**********************
* 4-042-408-02
* 4-102-022-01
4-382-854-01
PIN(45), WIRE
PIN(30), WIRE
SCREW (M3X8), P, SW (+)
R713
R752
R753
R754
R756
1-216-864-11
1-216-819-11
1-216-819-11
1-216-819-11
1-219-746-11
SHORT CHIP
METAL CHIP
METAL CHIP
METAL CHIP
METAL
0
680
680
680
1K
5%
5%
5%
5%
1/10W
1/10W
1/10W
1/2W
R757
R758
R763
R764
R765
1-219-746-11
1-219-746-11
1-260-087-11
1-260-087-11
1-260-087-11
METAL
METAL
CARBON
CARBON
CARBON
1K
1K
100
100
100
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
1/2W
1/2W
1/2W
1/2W
1/2W
R773
R774
R780
R781
R783
1-260-132-11
1-215-912-11
1-260-131-11
1-243-949-71
1-260-087-11
CARBON
METAL OXIDE
CARBON
METAL OXIDE
CARBON
560K
150
470K
0.47
100
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
1/2W
3W
1/2W
2W
1/2W
R794
R795
1-249-377-11
1-260-352-11
CARBON
CARBON
0.47
100K
5%
5%
1/4W
1/2W
<VARIABLE RESISTOR>
<CAPACITOR>
C751
C752
C754
1-107-961-91
1-115-350-51
1-107-651-11
ELECT
CERAMIC
ELECT
10UF
20.00% 250V
0.0047UF
2KV
4.7UF
20.00% 250V
RV750
– 60 –
1-241-656-11
RES, ADJ, METAL FILM 110M
KV-AR14M80
RM-W101
The components identified by shading
and mark ! are critical for safety.
Replace only with part number specified.
REF NO. PART NO.
DESCRIPTION
REMARK
REF NO. PART NO.
DESCRIPTION
REMARK
******************************************************************
<ACCESSORIES AND PACKING MATERIALS>
*************************************
*
*
*
*
2-022-246-11
4-058-239-01
4-095-990-02
4-095-991-01
4-097-851-01
MANUAL, INSTRUCTION
BAG, PROTECTION
CUSHION UPPER
CUSHION LOWER
INDIVIDUAL CARTON
*****************************************************************
<REMOTE COMMANDER>
************************
1-478-009-11
4-084-290-01
REMOTE COMMANDER (RM-W101)
REMOTE COMMANDER BATTERY COVER
Sony Corporation
9-872-450-01
Sony EMCS (Malaysia) Sdn. Bhd.
Visual Products
– 61 –
English
 2004.04
2-022-246-11 (1)
Trinitron Color TV
GB
Operating Instructions
• Before operating the unit, please read this manual thoroughly and retain
it for future reference.
KV-AR21
KV-AR14
M83
M80
© 2004 Sony Corporation
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WARNING
• Dangerously high voltages are present inside the TV.
• TV operating voltage: 110 – 240 V AC.
• Do not plug in the power cord until you have completed making all other
connections; otherwise a minimum leakage current might flow through the antenna
and other terminals to ground.
• To avoid battery leakage and damage to the remote, remove the batteries from the
remote if you are not going to use it for several days. If any liquid leaks from the
batteries and touches your skin, immediately wash it away with water.
For your own safety, do not touch any part of the
TV, the power cord and the antenna cable during
lightning storms.
For children’s safety, do not leave children alone
with the TV. Do not allow children to climb onto it.
Do not place any objects on the TV. The apparatus
shall not be exposed to dripping or splashing and
that no objects filled with liquids, such as vases,
shall be placed on the apparatus.
Do not operate the TV if any liquid or solid object
falls into it. Have it checked immediately by
qualified personnel only.
Do not block the ventilation openings of the TV.
Do not install the TV in a confined space, such as a
bookcase or built-in cabinet.
Clean the TV with a dry and soft cloth.
Do not use benzine, thinner, or any other chemicals to
clean the TV. Do not attach anything (e.g., adhesive
tape, cellophane tape, glue) on the painted cabinet of
the TV. Do not scratch the picture tube.
Do not open the cabinet and the rear cover of the
TV as high voltages and other hazards are present
inside the TV. Refer servicing and disposal of the
TV to qualified personnel.
Your TV is recommended for home use only.
Do not use the TV in any vehicle or where it may be
subject to excessive dust, heat, moisture or
vibrations.
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To prevent fire or shock hazard, do not expose the
TV to rain or moisture.
Install the TV on a stable TV stand and floor which
can support the TV set weight. Ensure that the TV
stand surface is flat and its area is larger than the
bottom area of the TV.
Do not plug in too many appliances to the same
power socket. Do not damage the power cord.
Pull the power cord out by the plug. Do not pull
the power cord itself. Even if your TV is turned
off, it is still connected to the AC power source
(mains) as long as the power cord is plugged in.
Unplug the TV before moving it or if you are not
going to use it for several days.
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x Securing the TV
B KV-AR21M83 only
To prevent the TV from falling, use the supplied screws, clamps and band to
secure the TV.
20 mm
3.8 mm
screws
clamps
band
Screw the band to the TV stand and to the
provided hole at the rear of your TV.
or
(1) Put a cord or chain through the clamps.
(2) Screw one clamp to a wall or pillar and
the other clamp to the provided hole at
the rear of your TV.
Note
• Use only the supplied screws. Use of other screws may damage the TV.
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Table of Contents
Installation
Additional Information
Getting Started ..................................... 6
Setting up your TV
(“Initial Setup”) .................................... 7
Connecting optional components ... 22
Troubleshooting ................................. 24
Specifications ...................... Back cover
Overview of Controls
TV top control, front and
rear panels ............................................. 8
Using the remote control and
basic functions ...................................... 9
GB
Advanced Operations
Selecting the picture and
sound modes ...................................... 11
Menu Adjustment
Introducing the menu system .......... 12
Changing the “Picture” setting ........ 15
Changing the “Sound” setting ......... 16
Changing the “Timer” setting .......... 18
Changing the “Channel Setup”
setting .................................................. 19
Changing the “Setup” setting .......... 21
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Installation
x Getting Started
1Step 1
Insert the batteries (supplied) into the remote.
b
Note
• Do not use old or different types of batteries together.
Step 2
Connect the antenna cable (not supplied) to 8
(antenna input) at the rear of the TV.
Tip
• You can also connect your TV to other optional components
(see page 22).
Step 3
b
Plug in the power cord, then press ! on the TV to
turn it on.
Note
• The 1 (standby) indicator flashes green for a few seconds
when turning on the TV. This does not indicate a
malfunction.
Step 4
Set up the TV by following the instructions of the
“Initial Setup” menu (see page 7).
6
Installation
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x Setting up your TV
(“Initial Setup”)
When you turn on your TV for the first time, the “Initial Setup” menu will appear.
You may change the menu language and preset the TV channels automatically using
the buttons on the top control panel.
Tip
1
Press 2 +/– to select the desired menu
language, then press t.
Installation
and V/v/B/b buttons on the remote control can also be used for the
• The MENU,
operations below.
The selected menu language appears.
2
Press 2 +/– to select “Yes”, then press t
to preset the channels automatically or
select “No” to skip automatic channel
presetting.
Once you select “Yes”, your TV will start
searching for all the available channels.
If the message “No channel found. Please
connect cable/antenna.” appears, check your
TV connections, then press t.
3
Start auto program now?
Press 2 +/– to select “No”, then press t.
This menu will not appear again the next
time you turn on the TV by pressing !.
To allow this menu to appear again, select
“Yes”, then press t.
Tips
• You can immediately go to the end of the ”Initial Setup” menu by pressing MENU.
• You can also set up your TV by pressing the MENU button on the top control panel for about
five seconds or using the menu system (see page 12).
Installation
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7
Overview of Controls
x TV top control, front and rear panels
TV top control panel
SOUND MODE
MENU
0
9
PROG
8
7
6
TV rear panel
1
Y
CB
2
R
L (MONO)
(MONO)
L
L
(MONO)
CR
TV front panel
R
R
qa
2
L (MONO)
qf
R
5
4
qs
Button/Terminal
1 !
Function
Turn off or turn on the TV.
2
Remote control sensor.
–
3
3
4
5
6
7
8
Wake Up indicator.
18
1
Standby indicator.
6
i
Headphone jack.
–
t2
Video input terminal 2.
22
PROG +/–
Select program number.
–
2 +/–
Adjust volume.
–
t
Select TV or video input.
22
Select and adjust items.
–
Confirm selected items.
–
Menu operations
7 2 +/–
8 t
9 MENU
8
qd
32 1
Page
6
Display or cancel the menu.
–
0 SOUND MODE
Select sound mode options with a 5-Band
Graphic Equalizer display.
11
qa 8
qs T
qd
qf t1
Antenna input terminal.
22
Monitor output terminal.
23
Component video input terminal.
23
Video input terminal 1.
22
Overview of Controls
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x Using the remote control and basic
functions
qd
1
A/B
2
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
0
Overview of Controls
9
0
qa
qs
3
PROG
qf
4
5
qg
MENU
qh
6
qj
7
qk
ql
8
TV
Button
1 ?/1
Description
Turn off temporarily or turn on the TV.
2 a
3
Display the TV program.
–
Jump to last program number that has been
watched for at least five seconds.
–
4 PROG +/–
5 2 +/–
8
9
0
qs t
qd 0 – 9, ÷
qh
Page
–
Select program number.
–
Adjust volume.
–
Change the picture size:
“On” (16:9 wide-mode), “Off”.
–
Mute the sound.
–
Display on-screen information.
Select TV or video input.
23
Input numbers.
–
Select surround mode options:
(KV-AR21M83 only)
“SRS” (three dimensional surround), “Simulated”
(stereo-like monaural sound), “Off”.
(KV-AR14M80 only)
“On” (surround), “Simulated” (stereo-like
monaural sound), “Off”.
–
–
continue
Overview of Controls
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continued
Button Description
qk
Page
Select sound mode options with a 5-Band
Graphic Equalizer display.
11
ql
Select picture mode options.
11
Menu operations
6 MENU
7
Display or cancel the menu.
14
Confirm selected items.
14
qj V, v, B, b
Select and adjust items.
14
Timer operations
qf
qg
Set TV to turn on automatically.
–
Set TV to turn off automatically.
–
Stereo/bilingual operations
qa A/B
Not function for your TV.
–
SRS and
symbol are trademarks of SRS Labs, Inc. SRS technology is
incorporated under license from SRS Labs, Inc.
Licensed by BBE Sound, Inc. under USP4638258, 4482866.
“BBE” and BBE symbol are trademarks of BBE Sound, Inc.
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Overview of Controls
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Advanced Operations
x Selecting the picture and sound
modes
You can select picture and sound modes and adjust the setting to your
preference in the “Personal” option.
Selecting the picture mode
Press
A/B
to select the desired picture mode.
1
2
3
Select
To view
4
5
6
“Dynamic”
high contrast pictures.
7
8
9
“Standard”
normal pictures.
“Soft”
mild pictures.
“Personal”
the last adjusted picture setting
from the “Picture Adjustment”
option in the menu (see page 15).
0
PROG
MENU
TV
Selecting the sound mode
Press (or SOUND MODE on the top control panel) to select the desired sound
mode with a 5-Band Graphic Equalizer display.
Select
To listen to
“Dynamic”
Dynamic
dynamic and clear sound that emphasizes both the low
and high tones.
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“Drama”
sound that emphasizes voice and high tones.
Drama
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“Soft”
soft, natural and relaxing sounds.
Soft
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“Personal”
Personal
the last adjusted sound setting from the
“Sound Adjustment” option in the menu (see page 17).
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Advanced Operations
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Menu Adjustment
x Introducing the menu system
The MENU button lets you open a menu and change the settings of your TV.
The following is an overview of the menu system.
Picture icon
Sound icon
Timer icon
Channel Setup icon
Setup icon
Return icon
Name of the current
menu
Setup
Language:
English
Wide Mode:
Video Label
Color System:
Portable Audio Mode:
Menu level 1
Select
Confirm
Menu level 3
Menu level 2
End
User Guidance
Level 1
Level 2
Level 3/Function
“Picture”
“Mode”
Select the picture mode:
“Dynamic” t “Standard” t “Soft” t “Personal”
Page
15
“Picture Adjustment” Adjust the “Personal” option:
“Picture” t “Brightness” t “Color” t
“Hue” t “Sharpness” t “Reset”
“Color Temperature” Adjust white color tint:
“Cool” t “Neutral” t “Warm”
“VM”
(KV-AR21M83 only)
Sharpen picture definition:
“High” t “Low” t “Off”
“Intelligent Picture” Optimize picture quality:
“On” t “Off”
“Sound”
“Mode”
Select the sound mode:
“Dynamic” t “Drama” t “Soft” t “Personal”
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“Sound Adjustment” Adjust sound frequency settings of “Personal”
option:
“Adjust” t “Reset”
“Balance”
Select to emphasize the left and right speakers.
“Intelligent Volume” Adjust volume automatically:
“On” t “Off”
“Surround”
12
Select the surround mode:
(KV-AR21M83 only)
“SRS” t “Simulated” t “Off”
(KV-AR14M80 only)
“On” t “Simulated” t “Off”
Menu Adjustment
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Level 1
Level 2
Level 3/Function
“Timer”
“Sleep Timer”
Set TV to turn off automatically.
“Wake Up Timer”
Set TV to turn on automatically.
“Channel Setup” “Auto Program”
“Setup”
Page
18
Preset channels automatically.
19
“Manual Program”
Preset channels manually.
“TV System”
Select the TV system:
“B/G” t “ I” t “D/K” t “M”
“Program Label”
Label the program number.
“Program Block”
Block unwanted programs.
“Language”
Change the menu language:
“English” t “
” (Arabic)
“Wide Mode”
Change the picture size:
“On” (16:9 wide-mode) t “Off”
“Video Label”
Label the connected equipment.
“Color System”
Select the color system:
“Auto” t “PAL” t “SECAM” t“NTSC3.58” t
“NTSC4.43”
“Portable Audio
Mode”
Select the input connected to your audio
equipment:
“Video1” t “Video2” t “Off”
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continue
Menu Adjustment
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How to use the menu
PROG
Picture
Mode:
Dynamic
Picture Adjustment
Color Temperature: Cool
VM:
High
Intelligent Picture:
On
Press MENU to
display the menu.
MENU
Select
Press V or v to select
the desired item.
TV
End
Confirm
Channel Setup
Auto Program
Manual Program
TV System:
Program Label
B/G
Program Block
Select
(or b) to
Press
confirm your
selection and
go to the next
level.
End
Confirm
Channel Setup
Auto Program
Manual Program
TV System:
Program Label
Program Block
Select
Confirm
B/G
End
Other menu operations
To
Press
Adjust the setting value
V, v, B or b.
Move to the next/previous menu level
B or b.
Cancel the menu
MENU.
Tips
• If you want to exit from Menu level 2 to Menu level 1, press V or v until the return icon ( ) is
highlighted, then press
.
• The MENU, t and 2 +/– buttons on the top control panel can also be used for the
operations above (see page 8).
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Menu Adjustment
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x Changing the “Picture” setting
The “Picture” menu allows you to adjust the picture settings.
1
2
Press MENU.
Make sure the “Picture” icon (
selected, then press .
) is
Picture
Mode:
Dynamic
Picture Adjustment
Color Temperature: Cool
VM:
High
Intelligent Picture:
On
Select
3
End
Confirm
Press V or v to select the desired item (e.g., “Mode”), then press
.
Select
To
“Mode”
choose either “Dynamic”, “Standard”, “Soft” or
“Personal”* (see page 11).
“Color Temperature”
adjust white color tint.
Choose either “Cool” (blue tint), “Neutral” (neutral
tint) or “Warm” (red tint).
“VM”
(Velocity Modulation)
(KV-AR21M83 only)
sharpen picture definition.
Choose either “High”, “Low” or “Off”.
“Intelligent Picture”
optimize picture quality.
Press V or v to select “On”, then press
To cancel, select “Off”, then press
.
.
* You can adjust the setting to your personal preference in the “Picture Adjustment”,
“Color Temperature” and “VM” options only when the “Personal” mode is selected.
Adjusting the “Picture Adjustment” items under
“Personal” mode
1
Press V or v to select either “Picture” (contrast), “Brightness”, “Color”,
“Hue” (color tones) or “Sharpness”, then press .
Selecting “Reset” will set your TV to the factory setting.
2
3
Press V,v,B or b to adjust the setting of your selected item, then press
.
Repeat the above steps to adjust other items.
The adjusted settings will be received when you select “Personal”.
Notes
• “Hue” can be adjusted for the NTSC color system only.
• Reducing “Sharpness” can also reduce picture noise.
Menu Adjustment
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x Changing the “Sound” setting
The “Sound” menu allows you to adjust the sound settings.
1
2
Press MENU.
Press V or v to select the “Sound”
icon ( ), then press .
Sound
Mode:
Dynamic
Sound Adjustment
Balance
Intelligent Volume: Off
Off
Surround:
Select
3
End
Confirm
Press V or v to select the desired item (e.g., “Mode”), then press
.
Select
To
“Mode”
choose either “Dynamic”, “Drama”, “Soft” or
“Personal”* (see page 11).
“Balance”
Press v or B to emphasize the left speaker.
Press V or b to emphasize the right speaker.
“Intelligent Volume”
adjust the volume of all program numbers and
video inputs automatically.
Press V or v to select “On”, then press
.
To cancel, select “Off”, then press
“Surround”
.
(KV-AR21M83 only)
choose either “SRS”, “Simulated” or “Off”
(see page 9).
(KV-AR14M80 only)
choose either “On”, “Simulated” or “Off”
(see page 9).
* You can adjust the setting to your personal preference in the “Sound Adjustment”
option only when the “Personal” mode is selected (see page 17).
16
Menu Adjustment
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Adjusting the “Sound Adjustment” item under
“Personal” mode
The 5-Band Graphic Equalizer feature allows you to adjust sound frequency settings
of “Personal” mode in the menu.
1
Make sure that “Adjust” is selected,
then press .
Adjustment: Personal
Adjust
Reset
Selecting “Reset” will set your TV to
the factory setting.
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Select
2
Confirm
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3k
8k
End
Press B or b to select the desired sound frequency, then press V or v to
adjust the setting and press .
The adjusted settings will be received when you select “Personal”.
Notes
• Adjusting higher frequency will affect higher pitched sound and adjusting lower frequency
will affect lower pitched sound.
• You may display the settings directly using the SOUND MODE button on the top control
button on the remote control (see page 10).
panel (see page 8) or
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x Changing the “Timer” setting
The “Timer” menu allows you to set TV to turn off and turn on automatically.
1
2
Press MENU.
Press V or v to select the “Timer” icon ( ),
then press
.
Timer
Sleep Timer:
Off
Wake Up Timer: Off
Select
3
Confirm
Press V or v to select the desired item (e.g., “Sleep Timer”), then press
End
.
Select
To
“Sleep Timer”
set TV to turn off automatically.
Press V or v to select the desired period of time (max. of 1 hour
and 30 minutes), then press
.
“Wake Up Timer”
set TV to turn on automatically.
Press V or v to select the desired period of time (max. of 12
hours), then press
. After the selected length of time, the TV
switches on automatically and “Wake Up Timer” will appear on
the screen.
indicator on the TV lights up amber once you set the
The
“Wake Up Timer”.
Notes
• You can also cancel “Sleep Timer” and “Wake Up Timer” by turning off the TV’s main power.
• If no buttons or controls are pressed for more than one hour after the TV is turned on using
the “Wake Up Timer”, the TV automatically goes into standby mode.
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x Changing the “Channel Setup”
setting
The “Channel Setup” menu allows you to preset channels automatically,
manually preset channels, select the TV system, label the program number and
block unwanted programs.
1
2
Press MENU.
Press V or v to select the “Channel Setup”
icon ( ), then press .
Channel Setup
Auto Program
Manual Program
TV System:
Program Label
Program Block
Select
3
B/G
End
Confirm
Press V or v to select the desired item (e.g., “Auto Program”), then press
.
Select
To
“Auto Program”
preset channels automatically.
“Manual Program”
manually preset desired channels and channels that cannot be
preset automatically (see Presetting channels manually on
page 20).
“TV System”
select the TV system.
Press V or v to select either “B/G”, “I”, “D/K” or “M”, then
.
press
“Program Label”
label the program number.
(1) Select “Program” and press
.
Press V or v to select the program number, then press
(2) Select “Label” and press
, then press V or v to select
alphanumeric characters for the label, then press
.
“Program Block”
.
block unwanted programs.
.
(1) Select “Program” and press
Press V or v to select the program number, then press
.
(2) Select “Block” and press
, then press V or v to choose
either “On” or “Off”.
If you preset a blocked program number, that program number
will be unblocked automatically.
Note
• During automatic channel presetting, your TV screen will indicate “B/G”, “I”, “D/K” or “M”
for the “TV System”.
continue
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Presetting channels manually
1
After selecting “Manual Program”, select the program
number to which you want to preset a channel.
.
(1) Make sure “Program” is selected, then press
(2) Press V or v until the program number you want
to preset appears on the menu, then press .
2
Manual Program
Program:
TV System:
VHF Low
Fine:
Skip:
Select
01
B/G
Auto
Off
Confirm
End
Select the desired channel.
(1) Make sure either “VHF Low”, “VHF High” or “UHF” is selected, then press
.
(2) Press V or v until the desired channel’s broadcast appears on the TV screen,
then press .
3
If the sound of the desired channel is abnormal, select the appropriate TV
system.
(1) Press V or v to select “TV System”, then press
.
(2) Press V or v until the sound becomes normal, then press
4
.
If you are not satisfied with the picture and sound quality, you may be able
to improve them by using the “Fine” tuning feature.
(1) Press V or v to select “Fine”, then press
.
(2) Press V or v to select “Manual”, then press
.
(3) Press V,v,B or b until the picture and sound quality are optimal, then press
.
The + or – icon on the menu flashes while tuning.
5
If you want to skip this program number when using PROG +/–, you can
select the “Skip” feature.
(1) Press V or v to select “Skip”, then press
(2) Press V or v to select “On”, then press
To cancel, select “Off”, then press
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.
.
.
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x Changing the “Setup” setting
The “Setup” menu allows you to change the menu language, change the picture
size, label the connected equipment, select the color system and enjoy audio
equipment sound.
1
2
Press MENU.
Press V or v to select the “Setup” icon
( ), then press .
Setup
Language:
Wide Mode:
Video Label
Color System:
Portable Audio Mode:
Select
3
To
“Language”
change the menu language.
Press V or v to select either “English” or “
.
Auto
Off
End
Confirm
Press V or v to select the desired item (e.g., “Language”), then press
Select
English
Off
.
” (Arabic), then press
“Wide Mode”
choose either “On” or “Off” (see page 9).
“Video Label”
label the connected equipment.
.
(1) Select “Video Input” and press
Press V or v to select the input you want to label, then press
.
(2) Select “Label” and press
, then press V or v to select the label
options: ”Video 1/Video 2/DVD”, “VCR”, “SAT”, “Game” or
“Edit”*.
* You may edit the video label. Press V o r v to select
alphanumeric characters for the label, then press
.
“Color System”
select the color system.
Press V or v to select either “Auto”, “PAL”, “SECAM”, “NTSC3.58”
or “NTSC4.43”, then press
. Normally, set this to “Auto”.
“Portable Audio
Mode”
enjoy the sound of audio equipment through the TV speakers, while
viewing picture from other inputs.
Press V or v to select the input connected to your audio equipment:
. You may change the picture
“Video1” or “Video2”, then press
while listening to the fixed audio input.
To cancel Portable Audio Mode, select “Off” or turn off the TV.
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x Connecting optional components
Connecting to the video input terminal ( t )
Audio/Video cable
(not supplied)
TV front panel
2
Camcorder
L (MONO)
R
Video game
equipment
Audio cable
(not supplied)
Walkman
TV rear panel
Radio
1
Y
CB
(MONO) L
L (MONO)
CR
R
R
Antenna cable
(not supplied)
Audio/Video cable
(not supplied)
S Video cable
(not supplied)
VCR
Notes
• If you connect a VCR to 8 (antenna input), preset the signal output from the VCR to the
program number 0 on the TV (see page 20).
(S video) and
(video) for t 1 are connected at the same time,
• When both
(S video) is automatically selected. To view
(video), disconnect the S video cable.
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Connecting to the monitor output terminal ( T )
TV rear panel
1
Y
Audio system
CB
(MONO) L
L (MONO)
Audio/Video
cable
(not supplied)
CR
R
R
VCR
Connecting to the component video input terminal (
)
TV rear panel
Component video
cable
(not supplied)
1
Y
CB
L (MONO)
(MONO) L
CR
R
DVD player
R
Audio cable
(not supplied)
Notes
• If your DVD player can output interlace and progressive mode signals, select the interlace
output when connecting to
(component video input) on your TV. Your TV can receive
either 525i/60Hz or 625i/50Hz interlace signals.
• Some DVD player terminals may be labeled differently:
Connect
To (on the DVD player)
Y (green)
Y
CB (blue)
CB, PB, Cb or B-Y
CR (red)
CR, PR, Cr or R-Y
• If you select “DVD” on your TV screen, the signal from the T (monitor output) jacks will not
be output properly. This does not indicate a malfunction.
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x Troubleshooting
If you find any problem while viewing your TV, please check the following
guide. If any problem persists, contact your Sony dealer.
Troubleshooting guide
Symptom
Snowy picture
Noisy sound
Possible cause
Solutions
• The connection is loose • Check the antenna cable and connection
on the TV, VCR and at the wall.
or the cable is
damaged.
Page
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• The antenna setup is
inappropriate.
• Check the antenna setup.
Contact a Sony dealer for advice.
–
• Channel presetting is
inappropriate or
incomplete.
• Display the “Channel Setup” menu and
select “Manual Program” to preset the
channel again.
20
• Signal transmission is
low.
• Try using a booster.
–
• Turn off or disconnect the booster if it is in
use.
–
Distorted picture • Broadcast signals are
too strong.
Noisy sound
Good picture
• The TV system setting • Display the “Channel Setup” menu and
select the appropriate “TV System”.
is inappropriate.
20
Noisy sound
No picture
• The power cord,
antenna or VCR is not
connected.
• Check the power cord, antenna and VCR
connections.
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• The TV is not turned
on.
• Press ?/1 (power).
9
• Press ! (main power) on the TV to turn
off the TV for about five seconds, then
turn it on again.
8
No sound
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Symptom
Good picture
Possible cause
Solutions
Page
• The volume level is too • Press 2 + to increase the volume level.
low.
• The sound is muted.
• Press
No sound or
inappropriate
sound
• The Portable Audio
Mode is functioning.
• Display the “Setup” menu and set the
“Portable Audio Mode” to “Off”.
Dotted lines or
stripes
• There is local
• Do not use a hair dryer or other
interference from cars,
equipment near the TV.
neon signs, hair dryers,
power generators, etc. • Check the antenna setup. Contact a Sony
dealer for advice.
9
to cancel the muting.
9
No sound
Good mo
rning!
–
–
• Use the fine tuning (“Fine”) function.
20
• The antenna setup is
inappropriate.
• Check the antenna setup. Contact a Sony
dealer for advice.
–
• Use of a booster is
inappropriate.
• Turn off or disconnect the booster if it is in
use.
–
• The color level setting
is too low.
• Display the “Picture” menu and select
“Personal” of “Mode”, then adjust the
“Color” level in “Picture Adjustment”.
15
• The color system
setting is
inappropriate.
• Display the “Setup” menu and check the
“Color System” setting (usually set this to
“Auto”).
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• The antenna setup is
inappropriate.
• Check the antenna setup. Contact a Sony
dealer for advice.
–
• The magnetic
disturbance from
external speakers or
other equipment, or
the direction of the
earth’s magnetic field
may affect the TV.
• Keep external speakers or other electrical
equipment away from the TV.
–
mountains or
buildings.
Picture slant
–
• Use a highly directional antenna.
Double images or • Broadcast signals are
“ghosts”
reflected by nearby
No color
21
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Symptom
Solutions
Abnormal color
patches
• The magnetic
• Keep external speakers or other
disturbance from
equipment away from the TV. Do not
external speakers or
move the TV while the TV is turned on.
other equipment, or the
Press ! (main power) on the TV to turn
direction of the earth’s
off the TV for about 15 minutes, then turn
magnetic field may
it on again to demagnetize the TV.
affect the TV.
The 1 (standby)
indicator on
your TV flashes
red several
times after
every three
seconds.
• Your TV’s selfdiagnosis function
indicates the possible
problems.
TV cabinet
creaks.
A small “boom”
sound is heard
when the TV is
turned on.
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Possible cause
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–
• Count the number of times the 1
(standby) indicator flashes. Press !
(main power) to turn off your TV.
Contact your nearest Sony service center.
–
• Changes in room
temperature sometimes
make the TV cabinet
expand or contract,
causing a noise. This
does not indicate a
malfunction.
—
–
• The TV’s demagnetizing
function is working.
This does not indicate a
malfunction.
—
–
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x Specifications
KV-AR21M83
110-240 V AC, 50/60 Hz
Power consumption (W)
Indicated on the rear of the TV
Television system
B/G, I, D/K, M
Color system
PAL, PAL 60, SECAM, NTSC3.58, NTSC4.43
Channel coverage
B/G
Note
KV-AR14M80
Power requirements
VHF : E2 to E12
UHF : E21 to E69
CATV : S01 to S03, S1 to S41
I
UHF : B21 to B68
CATV : S01 to S03, S1 to S41
D/K
VHF : C1 to C12, R1 to R12
UHF : C13 to C57, R21 to R60
CATV : S01 to S03, S1 to S41, Z1 to Z39
M
VHF : A2 to A13
UHF : A14 to A79
CATV : A-8 to A-2, A to W+4, W+6 to W+84
8 (Antenna)
75-ohm external terminal
Audio output (Speaker)
10 W + 10 W
Number of terminal
(Video)
Input: 2
Output: 1
(Audio)
Input: 2
Output: 1
(S Video)
(Component
Video)
i (Headphone)
3W+3W
Phono jacks; 1 Vp-p, 75 ohms
Phono jacks; 500 mVrms
Input: 1
Y: 1 Vp-p, 75 ohms,
unbalanced, sync negative
C: 0.286 Vp-p, 75 ohms
Input: 1
Phono jacks;
Y: 1 Vp-p, 75 ohms,
sync negative
CB: 0.7 Vp-p, 75 ohms
CR: 0.7 Vp-p, 75 ohms
Audio: 500 mVrms
Output: 1
Picture tube
Stereo minijack
21 in.
14 in.
Tube size (cm)
54
37
Measured diagonally
Screen size (cm)
51
34
Measured diagonally
Dimensions (w/h/d, mm)
589 × 463 × 479
414 × 352 × 410
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13
Mass (kg)
Design and specifications are subject to change without notice.
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