Emerson EWF2006 Service manual

SERVICE MANUAL
20″ PURE FLAT
COLOR TELEVISION
EWF2006
IMPORTANT SAFETY NOTICE
Proper service and repair is important to the safe, reliable operation of all
Funai Equipment. The service procedures recommended by Funai and
described in this service manual are effective methods of performing
service operations. Some of these service special tools should be used
when and as recommended.
It is important to note that this service manual contains various CAUTIONS
and NOTICES which should be carefully read in order to minimize the risk
of personal injury to service personnel. The possibility exists that improper
service methods may damage the equipment. It also is important to
understand that these CAUTIONS and NOTICES ARE NOT EXHAUSTIVE.
Funai could not possibly know, evaluate and advice the service trade of all
conceivable ways in which service might be done or of the possible
hazardous consequences of each way. Consequently, Funai has not
undertaken any such broad evaluation. Accordingly, a servicer who uses a
service procedure or tool which is not recommended by Funai must first
use all precautions thoroughly so that neither his safety nor the safe
operation of the equipment will be jeopardized by the service method
selected.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-1
Important Safety Precautions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-1
Standard Notes for Servicing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-1
Cabinet Disassembly Instructions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-1
Electrical Adjustment Instructions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-1
How to initialize the Televition . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-1
Block Diagrams . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-1
Schematic Diagrams / CBA’s and Test Points. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-1
Waveforms . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9-1
Wiring Diagram . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10-1
IC Pin Function Descriptions. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11-1
Exploded Views. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12-1
Mechanical Parts List . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13-1
Electrical Parts List . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14-1
SPECIFICATIONS
< TUNER >
ANT. Input ---------------------- 75 ohm Unbal., F type
Reference Level--------------- 20 Vp-p (CRT Green Cathode)
Test Input Signal -------------- 400 Hz 30% modulation
Description
Condition
Unit
Nominal
Limit
1. Intermediate Freq.
Picture
Sound
MHz
MHz
45.75
41.25
-----
2. Peak Picture Sens
VHF
CATV
UHF
dBµV
dBµV
dBµV
15
15
15
30
30
30
---
MHz
±2.0
±0.7
Condition
Unit
Nominal
Limit
1. Deflection Freq.
Horizontal
Vertical
kHz
Hz
15.734
60
-----
2. Linearity
Horizontal
Vertical
%
%
-----
±15
±10
3. Over Scan
---
%
10
---
4. High Voltage
---
kV
29
---
Condition
Unit
Nominal
Limit
Center
Side
Corner
mm
mm
mm
-------
0.4
1.5
2.1
APL 100%
Ft-L
30
25
---
°K
9200
---
Horizontal
Vertical
Line
Line
250
300
-----
3. AFT Pull In Range (10 mV input)
< DEFLECTION >
Description
< VIDEO & CHROMA >
Description
1. Misconvergence
2. Brightness
3. Color Temperature
4. Resolution
< AUDIO >
All items are measured across 8 Ω load at speaker output terminal.
Description
1. Audio Output Power
2. Audio Distortion (w/LPF)
3. Audio Freq. Response
Condition
Unit
Nominal
Limit
10% THD
W
1
0.8
500 mW
%
2
7
-3 dB
Hz
70 ~ 11 k
---
Note: Nominal specifications represent the design specifications. All units should be able to approximate these.
Some will exceed and some may drop slightly below these specifications. Limit specifications represent
the absolute worst condition that still might be considered acceptable. In no case should a unit fail to meet
limit specifications.
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IMPORTANT SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
Prior to shipment from the factory, our products are strictly inspected for recognized product safety and electrical
codes of the countries in which they are to be sold. However, in order to maintain such compliance, it is equally
important to implement the following precautions when a set is being serviced.
Safety Precautions for TV Circuit
AC line cord directly into a 120 V AC outlet. (Do
not use an isolation transformer during this
test.) Use a leakage current tester or a
metering system that complies with American
National Standards Institute (ANSI) C101.1
Leakage Current for Appliances and
Underwriters Laboratories (UL) 1410, (50.7).
With the instrument AC switch first in the on
position and then in the off position, measure
from a known earth ground (metal water pipe,
conduit, etc.) to all exposed metal parts of the
instrument (antennas, handle brackets, metal
cabinet, screw heads, metallic overlays, control
shafts, etc.), especially any exposed metal
parts that offer an electrical return path to the
chassis. Any current measured must not
exceed 0.5 milli-ampere. Reverse the
instrument power cord plug in the outlet and
repeat the test.
1. Before returning an instrument to the
customer, always make a safety check of the
entire instrument, including, but not limited to, the
following items:
a. Be sure that no built-in protective devices are
defective and have been defeated during
servicing. (1) Protective shields are provided
on this chassis to protect both the technician
and the customer. Correctly replace all missing
protective shields, including any removed for
servicing convenience. (2) When reinstalling
the chassis and/or other assembly in the
cabinet, be sure to put back in place all
protective devices, including but not limited to,
nonmetallic control knobs, insulating
fishpapers, adjustment and compartment
covers/shields, and isolation resistor/capacitor
networks. Do not operate this instrument or
permit it to be operated without all
protective devices correctly installed and
functioning. Servicers who defeat safety
features or fail to perform safety checks
may be liable for any resulting damage.
READING SHOULD
NOT BE ABOVE 0.5 mA
DEVICE
BEING
TESTED
b. Be sure that there are no cabinet openings
through which an adult or child might be able to
insert their fingers and contact a hazardous
voltage. Such openings include, but are not
limited to, (1) spacing between the picture tube
and the cabinet mask, (2) excessively wide
cabinet ventilation slots, and (3) an improperly
fitted and/or incorrectly secured cabinet back
cover.
LEAKAGE
CURRENT
TESTER
_
+
TEST ALL EXPOSED
METAL SURFACES
ALSO TEST WITH
PLUG REVERSED
USING AC
ADAPTER PLUG
AS REQUIRED
c. Antenna Cold Check - With the instrument AC
plug removed from any AC source, connect an
electrical jumper across the two AC plug
prongs. Place the instrument AC switch in the
on position. Connect one lead of an ohmmeter
to the AC plug prongs tied together and touch
the other ohmmeter lead in turn to each tuner
antenna input exposed terminal screw and, if
applicable, to the coaxial connector. If the
measured resistance is less than 1.0 megohm
or greater than 5.2 megohm, an abnormality
exists that must be corrected before the
instrument is returned to the customer. Repeat
this test with the instrument AC switch in the off
position.
EARTH
GROUND
ANY MEASUREMENTS NOT WITHIN THE
LIMITS SPECIFIED HEREIN INDICATE A
POTENTIAL SHOCK HAZARD THAT MUST
BE ELIMINATED BEFORE RETURNING THE
INSTRUMENT TO THE CUSTOMER OR
BEFORE CONNECTING THE ANTENNA OR
ACCESSORIES.
e. X-Radiation and High Voltage Limits Because the picture tube is the primary
potential source of X-radiation in solid-state TV
receivers, it is specially constructed to prohibit
X-radiation emissions. For continued Xradiation protection, the replacement picture
tube must be the same type as the original.
d. Leakage Current Hot Check - With the
instrument completely reassembled, plug the
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an isolation transformer only if the AC power
plug is inserted so that the chassis is
connected to the ground side of the AC power
source. To confirm that the AC power plug is
inserted correctly, with an AC voltmeter,
measure between the chassis and a known
earth ground. If a voltage reading in excess of
1.0V is obtained, remove and reinsert the AC
power plug in the opposite polarity and again
measure the voltage potential between the
chassis and a known earth ground.
Also, because the picture tube shields and
mounting hardware perform an X-radiation
protection function, they must be correctly in
place. High voltage must be measured each
time servicing is performed that involves B+,
horizontal deflection or high voltage. Correct
operation of the X-radiation protection circuits
also must be reconfirmed each time they are
serviced. (X-radiation protection circuits also
may be called “horizontal disable” or “hold
down.”) Read and apply the high voltage limits
and, if the chassis is so equipped, the Xradiation protection circuit specifications given
on instrument labels and in the Product Safety
& X-Radiation Warning note on the service
data chassis schematic. High voltage is
maintained within specified limits by close
tolerance safety-related components/
adjustments in the high-voltage circuit. If high
voltage exceeds specified limits, check each
component specified on the chassis schematic
and take corrective action.
b. Some TV receiver chassis normally have 85V
AC(RMS) between chassis and earth ground
regardless of the AC plug polarity. This chassis
can be safety-serviced only with an isolation
transformer inserted in the power line between
the receiver and the AC power source, for both
personnel and test equipment protection.
c. Some TV receiver chassis have a secondary
ground system in addition to the main chassis
ground. This secondary ground system is not
isolated from the AC power line. The two
ground systems are electrically separated by
insulation material that must not be defeated or
altered.
2. Read and comply with all caution and safetyrelated notes on or inside the receiver cabinet, on
the receiver chassis, or on the picture tube.
3. Design Alteration Warning - Do not alter or add
to the mechanical or electrical design of this TV
receiver. Design alterations and additions,
including, but not limited to circuit modifications
and the addition of items such as auxiliary audio
and/or video output connections, might alter the
safety characteristics of this receiver and create a
hazard to the user. Any design alterations or
additions will void the manufacturer's warranty and
may make you, the servicer, responsible for
personal injury or property damage resulting
therefrom.
6. Observe original lead dress. Take extra care to
assure correct lead dress in the following areas: a.
near sharp edges, b. near thermally hot parts-be
sure that leads and components do not touch
thermally hot parts, c. the AC supply, d. high
voltage, and, e. antenna wiring. Always inspect in
all areas for pinched, out of place, or frayed wiring.
Check AC power cord for damage.
7. Components, parts, and/or wiring that appear to
have overheated or are otherwise damaged
should be replaced with components, parts, or
wiring that meet original specifications.
Additionally, determine the cause of overheating
and/or damage and, if necessary, take corrective
action to remove any potential safety hazard.
4. Picture Tube Implosion Protection Warning The picture tube in this receiver employs integral
implosion protection. For continued implosion
protection, replace the picture tube only with one
of the same type number. Do not remove, install,
or otherwise handle the picture tube in any
manner without first putting on shatterproof
goggles equipped with side shields. People not so
equipped must be kept safely away while picture
tubes are handled. Keep the picture tube away
from your body. Do not handle the picture tube by
its neck. Some “in-line” picture tubes are equipped
with a permanently attached deflection yoke;
because of potential hazard, do not try to remove
such “permanently attached” yokes from the
picture tube.
8. Product Safety Notice - Some electrical and
mechanical parts have special safety-related
characteristics which are often not evident from
visual inspection, nor can the protection they give
necessarily be obtained by replacing them with
components rated for higher voltage, wattage, etc.
Parts that have special safety characteristics are
identified by a # on schematics and in parts lists.
Use of a substitute replacement that does not
have the same safety characteristics as the
recommended replacement part might create
shock, fire, and/or other hazards. The product's
safety is under review continuously and new
instructions are issued whenever appropriate.
Prior to shipment from the factory, our products
are strictly inspected to confirm they comply with
the recognized product safety and electrical codes
5. Hot Chassis Warning a. Some TV receiver chassis are electrically
connected directly to one conductor of the AC
power cord and maybe safety-serviced without
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3) Align the lengths of the wires to be connected.
Insert the wires fully into the connector.
of the countries in which they are to be sold.
However, in order to maintain such compliance, it
is equally important to implement the following
precautions when a set is being serviced.
4) Use the crimping tool to crimp the metal sleeve
at the center position. Be sure to crimp fully to
the complete closure of the tool.
Precautions during Servicing
L. When connecting or disconnecting the internal
connectors, first, disconnect the AC plug from the
AC supply outlet.
A. Parts identified by the # symbol are critical for
safety.
Replace only with part number specified.
B. In addition to safety, other parts and assemblies
are specified for conformance with regulations
applying to spurious radiation. These must also be
replaced only with specified replacements.
Examples: RF converters, RF cables, noise
blocking capacitors, and noise blocking filters, etc.
C. Use specified internal wiring. Note especially:
1) Wires covered with PVC tubing
2) Double insulated wires
3) High voltage leads
D. Use specified insulating materials for hazardous
live parts. Note especially:
1) Insulation Tape
2) PVC tubing
3) Spacers
4) Insulators for transistors.
E. When replacing AC primary side components
(transformers, power cord, etc.), wrap ends of
wires securely about the terminals before
soldering.
F. Observe that the wires do not contact heat
producing parts (heat sinks, oxide metal film
resistors, fusible resistors, etc.)
G. Check that replaced wires do not contact sharp
edged or pointed parts.
H. When a power cord has been replaced, check that
5~6 kg of force in any direction will not loosen it.
I.
Also check areas surrounding repaired locations.
J. Use care that foreign objects (screws, solder
droplets, etc.) do not remain inside the set.
K. Crimp type wire connector
The power transformer uses crimp type
connectors which connect the power cord and the
primary side of the transformer. When replacing
the transformer, follow these steps carefully and
precisely to prevent shock hazards.
Replacement procedure
1) Remove the old connector by cutting the wires
at a point close to the connector.
Important: Do not re-use a connector (discard
it).
2) Strip about 15 mm of the insulation from the
ends of the wires. If the wires are stranded,
twist the strands to avoid frayed conductors.
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Safety Check after Servicing
Examine the area surrounding the repaired location for damage or deterioration. Observe that screws, parts and
wires have been returned to original positions. Afterwards, perform the following tests and confirm the specified
values in order to verify compliance with safety standards.
1. Clearance Distance
When replacing primary circuit components, confirm
specified clearance distance (d) and (d') between
soldered terminals, and between terminals and
surrounding metallic parts. (See Fig. 1)
Chassis or Secondary Conductor
Primary Circuit
Table 1: Ratings for selected area
AC Line Voltage
Region
Clearance
Distance (d), (d’)
110 to 130 V
U.S.A. or
Canada
≥ 3.2 mm
(0.126 inches)
d'
d
Note: This table is unofficial and for reference only. Be
sure to confirm the precise values.
Fig. 1
2. Leakage Current Test
Confirm the specified (or lower) leakage current
between B (earth ground, power cord plug prongs) and
externally exposed accessible parts (RF terminals,
antenna terminals, video and audio input and output
terminals, microphone jacks, earphone jacks, etc.) is
lower than or equal to the specified value in the table
below.
Exposed Accessible Part
Z
AC Voltmeter
(High Impedance)
Measuring Method: (Power ON)
Insert load Z between B (earth ground, power cord plug
prongs) and exposed accessible parts. Use an AC
voltmeter to measure across both terminals of load Z.
See Fig. 2 and following table.
B
Earth Ground
Power Cord Plug Prongs
Fig. 2
Table 2: Leakage current ratings for selected areas
AC Line Voltage
Region
Load Z
Leakage Current (i)
Earth Ground (B) to:
110 to 130 V
U.S.A. or
Canada
0.15 µF CAP. & 1.5 kΩ
RES. Connected in parallel
i ≤ 0.5 mA rms
Exposed accessible
parts
Note: This table is unofficial and for reference only. Be sure to confirm the precise values.
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STANDARD NOTES FOR SERVICING
Circuit Board Indications
How to Remove / Install Flat Pack-IC
1. The output pin of the 3 pin Regulator ICs is
indicated as shown.
1. Removal
With Hot-Air Flat Pack-IC Desoldering Machine:
Top View
Out
1. Prepare the hot-air flat pack-IC desoldering
machine, then apply hot air to the Flat Pack-IC
(about 5 to 6 seconds). (Fig. S-1-1)
Bottom View
In
Input
2. For other ICs, pin 1 and every fifth pin are
indicated as shown.
5
Pin 1
10
3. The 1st pin of every male connector is indicated as
shown.
Fig. S-1-1
2. Remove the flat pack-IC with tweezers while
applying the hot air.
Pin 1
3. Bottom of the flat pack-IC is fixed with glue to the
CBA; when removing entire flat pack-IC, first apply
soldering iron to center of the flat pack-IC and heat
up. Then remove (glue will be melted). (Fig. S-1-6)
Pb (Lead) Free Solder
4. Release the flat pack-IC from the CBA using
tweezers. (Fig. S-1-6)
Pb free mark will be found on PCBs which use Pb
free solder. (Refer to figure.) For PCBs with Pb free
mark, be sure to use Pb free solder. For PCBs
without Pb free mark, use standard solder.
CAUTION:
1. The Flat Pack-IC shape may differ by models. Use
an appropriate hot-air flat pack-IC desoldering
machine, whose shape matches that of the Flat
Pack-IC.
2. Do not supply hot air to the chip parts around the
flat pack-IC for over 6 seconds because damage
to the chip parts may occur. Put masking tape
around the flat pack-IC to protect other parts from
damage. (Fig. S-1-2)
Pb free mark
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With Soldering Iron:
3. The flat pack-IC on the CBA is affixed with glue, so
be careful not to break or damage the foil of each
pin or the solder lands under the IC when
removing it.
CBA
1. Using desoldering braid, remove the solder from
all pins of the flat pack-IC. When you use solder
flux which is applied to all pins of the flat pack-IC,
you can remove it easily. (Fig. S-1-3)
Hot-air
Flat Pack-IC
Desoldering
Machine
Flat Pack-IC
Desoldering Braid
Soldering Iron
Masking
Tape
Tweezers
Flat Pack-IC
Fig. S-1-3
2. Lift each lead of the flat pack-IC upward one by
one, using a sharp pin or wire to which solder will
not adhere (iron wire). When heating the pins, use
a fine tip soldering iron or a hot air desoldering
machine. (Fig. S-1-4)
Fig. S-1-2
Sharp
Pin
Fine Tip
Soldering Iron
Fig. S-1-4
3. Bottom of the flat pack-IC is fixed with glue to the
CBA; when removing entire flat pack-IC, first apply
soldering iron to center of the flat pack-IC and heat
up. Then remove (glue will be melted). (Fig. S-1-6)
4. Release the flat pack-IC from the CBA using
tweezers. (Fig. S-1-6)
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With Iron Wire:
2. Installation
1. Using desoldering braid, remove the solder from
all pins of the flat pack-IC. When you use solder
flux which is applied to all pins of the flat pack-IC,
you can remove it easily. (Fig. S-1-3)
1. Using desoldering braid, remove the solder from
the foil of each pin of the flat pack-IC on the CBA
so you can install a replacement flat pack-IC more
easily.
2. Affix the wire to a workbench or solid mounting
point, as shown in Fig. S-1-5.
2. The “●” mark on the flat pack-IC indicates pin 1.
(See Fig. S-1-7.) Be sure this mark matches the 1
on the PCB when positioning for installation. Then
presolder the four corners of the flat pack-IC. (See
Fig. S-1-8.)
3. While heating the pins using a fine tip soldering
iron or hot air blower, pull up the wire as the solder
melts so as to lift the IC leads from the CBA
contact pads as shown in Fig. S-1-5.
3. Solder all pins of the flat pack-IC. Be sure that
none of the pins have solder bridges.
4. Bottom of the flat pack-IC is fixed with glue to the
CBA; when removing entire flat pack-IC, first apply
soldering iron to center of the flat pack-IC and heat
up. Then remove (glue will be melted). (Fig. S-1-6)
Example :
5. Release the flat pack-IC from the CBA using
tweezers. (Fig. S-1-6)
Note: When using a soldering iron, care must be
taken to ensure that the flat pack-IC is not
being held by glue. When the flat pack-IC is
removed from the CBA, handle it gently
because it may be damaged if force is applied.
Pin 1 of the Flat Pack-IC
is indicated by a " " mark.
Hot Air Blower
or
Fig. S-1-7
Presolder
Iron Wire
Soldering Iron
To Solid
Mounting Point
Fig. S-1-5
Flat Pack-IC
CBA
CBA
Fig. S-1-8
Fine Tip
Soldering Iron
Flat Pack-IC
Tweezers
Fig. S-1-6
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Instructions for Handling Semiconductors
Electrostatic breakdown of the semi-conductors may
occur due to a potential difference caused by
electrostatic charge during unpacking or repair work.
1. Ground for Human Body
Be sure to wear a grounding band (1 MΩ) that is
properly grounded to remove any static electricity that
may be charged on the body.
2. Ground for Workbench
Be sure to place a conductive sheet or copper plate
with proper grounding (1 MΩ) on the workbench or
other surface, where the semi-conductors are to be
placed. Because the static electricity charge on
clothing will not escape through the body grounding
band, be careful to avoid contacting semi-conductors
with your clothing.
<Incorrect>
CBA
<Correct>
Grounding Band
1MΩ
CBA
1MΩ
Conductive Sheet or
Copper Plate
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CABINET DISASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS
1. Disassembly Flowchart
Note:
(1) Order of steps in procedure. When reassembling,
follow the steps in reverse order. These numbers
are also used as the Identification (location) No. of
parts in figures.
This flowchart indicates the disassembly steps for the
cabinet parts, and the CBA in order to gain access to
item(s) to be serviced. When reassembling, follow the
steps in reverse order. Bend, route and dress the
cables as they were.
(2) Parts to be removed or installed.
(3) Fig. No. showing procedure of part location
CAUTION!
(4) Identification of parts to be removed, unhooked,
unlocked, released, unplugged, unclamped, or
desoldered.
P = Spring, L = Locking Tab, S = Screw,
CN = Connector
* = Unhook, Unlock, Release, Unplug, or Desolder
e.g. 2(S-2) = two Screws (S-2),
2(L-2) = two Locking Tabs (L-2)
When removing the CRT, be sure to discharge the
Anode Lead of the CRT with the CRT Ground Wire
before removing the Anode Cap.
[1] Rear Cabinet
(5) Refer to the following "Reference Notes in the
Table."
[2] CRT CBA
Reference Notes in the Table
[3] Main CBA
1. Removal of the Rear Cabinet: Remove screws
7(S-1), 2(S-2) and (S-4) then slide the Rear
Cabinet backward.
[4] CRT
2. Removal of the CRT CBA: Disconnect CN1501
then pull the CRT CBA backward.
2. Disassembly Method
3. Removal of the Main CBA: Disconnect CN571 on
the Main CBA then slide the Main CBA backward.
Removal
Step/
Loc.
No.
Part
Fig.
No.
Remove/*Unhook/
Unlock/Release/
Unplug/Unclamp/
Desolder
Note
[1]
Rear
Cabinet
D1 7(S-1), 2(S-2),
D2 (S-4)
1
[2]
CRT CBA
D4
CN1501
D5
2
[3]
Main CBA
D3
CN571
D5
3
[4]
CRT
D4 4(S-3), Anode Cap
4
↓
(1)
↓
(2)
↓
(3)
↓
(4)
4. CAUTION: Discharge the Anode Lead of the CRT
with the CRT Ground Wire before removing the
Anode Cap.
Removal of the CRT: Remove screws 4(S-3) and
Anode Cap. then slide the CRT backward.
↓
(5)
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(S-1)
(S-1)
(S-1)
[3] Main CBA
(S-1)
(S-4)
(S-2)
[1] Rear Cabinet
Fig. D1
Fig. D3
[2] CRT CBA
(S-1)
(S-1)
(S-3)
Anode Cap
(S-2)
(S-3)
(S-4)
(S-1)
(S-3)
(S-1)
(S-1)
[1] Rear Cabinet
(S-3)
[4] CRT
Fig. D2
Fig. D4
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TV Cable Wiring Diagram
DG691
DEGAUSSING COIL
SP802
SP801
MAIN CBA
CLN802
CLN801
CN802
CN801
CN691
WH301A
TU11
TUNER
FLYBACK
TRANSFORMER
CN571
T571
WH501A
TO CRT GROUND
AC601
AC CORD
WH501B
CN1501
FOCUS
SCREEN
JK1501
WH301B
ANODE
Fig. D5
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ELECTRICAL ADJUSTMENT INSTRUCTIONS
How to enter the service mode:
General Note: “CBA” is abbreviation for
“Circuit Board Assembly.”
Service mode:
Note: Electrical adjustments are required after
replacing circuit components and certain
mechanical parts. It is important to perform
these adjustments only after all repairs and
replacements have been completed.
Also, do not attempt these adjustments unless
the proper equipment is available.
1. Use the service remote control unit.
2. Turn the power on. (Use main power on the TV
unit.)
3. Press [SLEEP] button on the service remote
control unit. Version of micro computer will display
on the CRT. (Ex: 058-0.06)
4. Check the display on the lower left is “3641” and if
it is not “3641,” set it at “3641” according to "Initial
Setting" on page 5-2.
Test Equipment Required
1. NTSC Pattern Generator (Color Bar W/White
Window, Red Color, Dot Pattern, Gray Scale,
Monoscope, Multi-Burst)
1. +B Adjustment
2. DC Voltmeter
Purpose: To obtain correct operation.
3. Oscilloscope: Dual-trace with 10:1 probe,
V-Range: 0.001~50 V/Div,
F-Range: DC~AC-60 MHz
Symptom of Misadjustment: The picture is dark and
the unit does not operate correctly.
4. Plastic Tip Driver
5. Remote control unit: Part No. NE116UE
6. DC power supply 13.2V/5A
How to make Service remote
control unit:
1. Prepare normal remote control unit. (Part No.
NE116UE)
Remove 3 Screws from the back lid. (Fig. 1-1)
Test Point
Adj. Point
Mode
Input
TP601(+B)
TP300(GND)
VR661
---
---
Tape
M. EQ.
Spec.
---
DC Voltmeter
+114±0.5 V DC.
Note: TP601, TP300(GND), VR661 --- Main CBA
1. Connect DC Volt Meter to TP601 and
TP300(GND).
2. Adjust VR661 so that the voltage of TP601
becomes +114±0.5 V DC.
Screws
Remote control unit (bottom)
Fig. 1-1
J1
2. Add J1 (Jumper Wire) to the remote control CBA.
(Fig. 1-2)
Remote Control CBA
Fig. 1-2
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2. Initial Setting
CLR
General
1. Press [MENU] button on the service remote
control unit. Then select “COLOR” (CLR) display.
1. Enter the Service mode. (See page 5-1.)
2. Press [CH o / p] buttons on the service remote
control unit so that the value of “COLOR” (CLR)
becomes 58.
2. Press [VOL p] button on the service remote
control unit. Display changes “C/D,” “7F,”
“LANGUAGE,” “ACCESS CODE,” “SOUND TYPE,”
“VIDEO TONE,” “FM-MODE,” “V-OUT,” “VIDEO,”
“AV MEMO,” “STABLE SOUND,” “FILTER,” “1000,”
“YUV MEMORY,” “NO SIG BRT,” “A-MUTE POL,”
and “V-MENU” cyclically when [VOL p] button is
pressed.
S-CLR
1. Press [MENU] button on the service remote
control unit. Then select “S-COLOR” (S-CLR)
display.
2. Press [CH o / p] buttons on the service remote
control unit so that the value of “S-COLOR” (SCLR) becomes 58.
3. To set the following each data value, press [CH o /
p] buttons on the service remote control unit.
7F --- Set to “FF.”
TNT
LANGUAGE --- Set to “SPA/FRA.”
1. Press [MENU] button on the service remote
control unit. Then select “TINT” (TNT) display.
ACCESS CODE --- Set to “ON.”
2. Press [CH o / p] buttons on the service remote
control unit so that the value of “TINT” (TNT)
becomes 60.
SOUND TYPE --- Set to “MTS.”
VIDEO TONE --- Set to “ON.”
FM-MODE --- Set to “OFF.”
V-TNT
V-OUT --- Set to “OFF.”
1. Press [MENU] button on the service remote
control unit. Then select “V-TINT” (V-TNT) display.
VIDEO --- Set to “V1/V2.”
AV MEMO --- Set to “OFF.”
FILTER --- Set to “OFF.”
2. Press [CH o / p] buttons on the service remote
control unit so that the value of “V-TINT” (V-TNT)
becomes 60.
Adjusting the monitoring time --- Set to “1000.”
S-TNT
YUV MEMORY --- Set to “OFF.”
1. Press [MENU] button on the service remote
control unit. Then select “S-TINT” (S-TNT) display.
STABLE SOUND --- Set to “OFF.”
NO SIG BRT --- Set to “0.”
A-MUTE POL --- Set to “H.”
2. Press [CH o / p] buttons on the service remote
control unit so that the value of “S-TINT” (S-TNT)
becomes 60.
V-MENU --- Set to “OFF.”
3. Setting for BRIGHT, CONTRAST,
COLOR, S-COLOR, TINT, V-TINT,
S-TINT, SHARP, and S-SHARP
Data Values
SHARP
1. Press [MENU] button on the service remote
control unit. Then select “SHARP” (SHARP)
display.
General
2. Press [CH o / p] buttons on the service remote
control unit and select “43.”
1. Enter the Service mode. (See page 5-1.)
S-SRP
2. Press [MENU] button on the service remote
control unit. Display changes “BRT,” “CNT,” “CLR,”
“S-CLR,” “TNT,” “V-TNT,” “S-TNT,” “SHARP,” and
“S-SRP,” cyclically when [MENU] button is
pressed.
1. Press [MENU] button on the service remote
control unit. Then select “S-SHARP” (S-SRP)
display.
CNT
Note: BRIGHT data value does not need to be
adjusted at this moment.
2. Press [CH o / p] buttons on the service remote
control unit and select “43.”
1. Press [MENU] button on the service remote
control unit. Then select “CONTRAST” (CNT)
display.
2. Press [CH o / p] buttons on the service remote
control unit so that the value of “CONTRAST”
(CNT) becomes 84.
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4. H f0 Adjustment
7. SD Check Mode
Purpose: To get correct horizontal frequency.
1. Enter the Service mode. (See page 5-1.)
Note: Use service remote control unit.
2. Press [1] button on the remote control unit. The
unit enter the SD-Check mode.
1. Press [2] button on the service remote control unit
and select H-ADJ mode. (By pressing [2] button
the display will change from TV AGC to H-ADJ.)
3. The unit starts selecting the added channel from
first channel according to the memorized CH ADD/
DELL data and CATV/TV data in RAM.
2. Press [CH o / p] buttons on the service remote
control unit so that display will change “0” ~ “7”. At
this moment, Choose “4”.
SD Check mode (Factory mode)
Press [1] buton.
3. Turn the power off and on again. (Main Power
button on the TV unit.)
5. Black Stretch Control Adjustment
7
Please wait
Purpose: To show the fine black color.
OSD color:
Magenta
Symptom of Misadjustment: Black color will not
appear correctly.
There is no SD after
selecting channel.
Note: Use service remote control unit.
1. Enter the Service mode. (See page 5-1.)
13
Please wait
2. Press [6] button on the service remote control unit.
“B-S” is indicated.
There are SD
in all channel.
3. Press [CH o / p] buttons on the service remote
control unit so that display will change “OFF,” “0,”
and “1.” Then choose “B-S OFF.”
4. Press [6] button on the service remote control unit.
“B-S2” is indicated.
OSD color:
Magenta
26
OK
5. Press [CH o / p] buttons on the service remote
control unit so that display will change “0” and “1.”
Then choose “B-S2 0.”
30
NG
OSD color:
Magenta
6. Turn the power off and on again, using the main
power button on the TV unit.
OSD color:
Magenta
When SD-Check starting,
there is no ADD channel.
6. Purity Check
1. Enter the Service mode. (See page 5-1.)
ADD nothing
2. Press [7] button on the remote control unit. Each
time pressing [7] button on the service remote
control unit, display changes Red mode, Green
mode, Blue mode, and White mode cyclically.
OSD color:
Magenta
3. Select White mode.
4. Turn the power off and on again. (Main power
button on the TV unit.)
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8. H. Position Adjustment
10. V. Position Adjustment
Purpose: To obtain correct horizontal position of
screen image.
Purpose: To obtain correct vertical width of screen
image.
Symptom of Misadjustment: If H. Position is
incorrect, horizontal position of image on the screen
may not be properly displayed.
Symptom of misadjustment: If V. Position is
incorrect, vertical height of image on the screen may
not be properly displayed.
Test Point
Adj. Point
Mode
Input
Test Point
Adj. Point
Mode
Input
---
[CH o / p]
buttons
RF
Monoscope
---
[CH o / p]
buttons
RF
Monoscope
Tape
M. EQ.
Spec.
Tape
M. EQ.
Spec.
---
Monoscope
90±5%
---
Monoscope
See below.
Note: Use service remote control unit
Note: Use service remote control unit
1. Operate the unit for at least 20 minutes.
1. Operate the unit for at least 20 minutes.
2. Enter the Service mode. (See page 5-1.)
2. Enter the Service mode. (See page 5-1.)
3. Receive the monoscope pattern.
3. Receive the monoscope pattern.
4. Press [8] button on the remote control unit. “H-P”
is indicated.
4. Press [9] button on the service remote control unit
and select “V-P” mode. (Display change “V-S” and
“V-P” cyclically when [9] button is pressed).
5. Press [CH o / p] buttons on the service remote
control unit so that the monoscope pattern will be
90±5% of display size and the circle is round.
5. Press [CH o / p] buttons on the service remote
control unit so that the top and bottom of the
monoscope pattern will be equal of each other.
6. Turn the power off and on again. (Main power
button on the TV unit.)
6. Turn the power off and on again. (Main power
button on the TV unit.)
9. V. Size Adjustment
11. Software Reset
Purpose: To obtain correct vertical width of screen
image.
To reset software, press [5] button on the remote
control unit for at least 5 seconds after pressing [CH
RETURN] button on the remote control unit.
Symptom of Misadjustment: If V. Size is incorrect,
vertical size of image on the screen may not be
properly displayed.
Test Point
Adj. Point
Mode
Input
---
[CH o / p]
buttons
RF
Monoscope
Tape
M. EQ.
Spec.
---
Monoscope
90±5%
Note: Use service remote control unit.
1. Operate the unit for at least 20 minutes.
2. Enter the Service mode. (See page 5-1.)
3. Receive the monoscope pattern.
4. Press [9] button on the service remote control unit
and select “V-S” mode. (Display changes “V-S”
and “V-P” cyclically when [9] button is pressed).
5. Press [CH o / p] buttons on the service remote
control unit so that the monoscope pattern will be
90±5% of display size and the circle is round.
6. Turn the power off and on again. (Main power
button on the TV unit.)
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12. Cut-off Adjustment
Cut off by pressing [CH o / p] buttons. Proceed to
step 6 when the Green Cut off adjustment is done.
Purpose: To adjust the beam current of R, G, B, and
screen voltage.
6. Press [3] button. The display will momentarily
show “CUT OFF B” (B = Blue). Adjust the Blue cut
off by pressing [CH o / p] buttons. When done
with steps 4, 5 and 6 the horizontal line should be
pure white if not, then attempt the Cut off
adjustment again.
Symptom of Misadjustment: White color may be
reddish, greenish or bluish.
Test Point
Adj. Point
Mode
Input
---
Screen-Control
[CH o / p]
buttons
RF
Black
Raster
13. White Balance Adjustment
Tape
M. EQ.
Spec.
Purpose: To mix red, green and blue beams correctly
for pure white.
---
Pattern
Generator
See Reference
Notes below.
Symptom of Misadjustment: White becomes bluish
or reddish.
Figure
Test Point
Adj. Point
Screen
[CH o / p]
buttons
Tape
M. EQ.
Spec.
---
Pattern
Generator,
Color analyzer
See below
Pattern Generator
Mode
Input
RF
White
Raster
(APL
100%)
Figure
Ext. Input
Fig. 2
Note: Screen Control FBT --- Main CBA
FBT = Fly Back Transformer
Use service remote control unit
1. Degauss the CRT and allow CRT to operate for 20
minutes before starting the alignment.
Color Analyzer
2. Input the Black Raster Signal from RF Input.
Fig. 3
3. Enter the Service mode. (See page 5-1.)
Note: Use service remote control unit
4. Press [VOL p] button on the service remote
control unit and select “C/D” mode. (Display
changes “C/D,” “7F,” “LANGUAGE,” “ACCESS
CODE,” “SOUND TYPE,” “VIDEO TONE,” “FMMODE,” “V-OUT,” “VIDEO,” “AV MEMO,” “STABLE
SOUND,” “FILTER,” “1000,” “YUV MEMORY,” “NO
SIG BRT,” “A-MUTE POL,” and “V-MENU”
cyclically when [VOL p] button is pressed.) then
press “1.” The display will momentarily show “CUT
OFF R” (R= Red). Now there should be a
horizontal line across the center of the picture
tube. If needed gradually turn the screen control
on the flyback, clockwise until the horizontal line
appears. Adjust the Red Cut off by pressing [CH o
/ p] buttons. Proceed to Step 5 when the Red Cut
off adjustment is done.
1. Operate the unit more than 20 minutes.
2. Face the unit to east. Degauss the CRT using
Degaussing Coil.
3. Input the White Raster (APL 100%).
4. Set the color analyzer to the CHROMA mode and
after zero point calibration, bring the optical
receptor to the center on the tube surface (CRT).
5. Enter the Service mode. (See page 5-1.) Press
[VOL p] button on the service remote control unit
and select “C/D” mode. (Display changes “C/D,”
“7F,” “LANGUAGE,” “ACCESS CODE,” “SOUND
TYPE,” “VIDEO TONE,” “FM-MODE,” “V-OUT,”
“VIDEO,” “AV MEMO,” “STABLE SOUND,”
“FILTER,” “1000,” “YUV MEMORY,” “NO SIG BRT,”
“A-MUTE POL,” and “V-MENU” cyclically when
[VOL p] button is pressed.) then Press [8] button
on the service remote control Unit.
5. Press [2] button. The display will momentarily
show “CUT OFF G” (G = Green). Adjust the Green
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3. Turn the power off and on again. (Main power
button on the TV unit.)
6. Press [4] button on the service remote control unit
for Red adjustment. Press [5] button on the
service remote control unit for Blue adjustment.
15. Focus Adjustment
7. In each color mode, Press [CH o / p] buttons to
adjust the values of color.
Purpose: Set the optimum Focus.
8. Adjusting Red and Blue color so that the
temperature becomes 9200K (x: 286 / y: 294)±3%.
Symptom of Misadjustment: If Focus Adjustment is
incorrect, blurred images are shown on the display.
9. At this time, Re-check that Horizontal line is white.
If not, Re-adjust Cut-off Adjustment until the
Horizontal Line becomes pure white.
10. Turn off and on again to return to normal mode.
Receive APL 100% white signal and Check
Chroma temperatures become 9200K (x: 286 / y:
294)±3%.
Note: Confirm that Cut Off Adj. is correct after this
adjustment, and attempt Cut Off Adj. if
needed.
Input
---
[CH o / p]
buttons
RF
IQW
Tape
M. EQ.
Spec.
---
Pattern
Generator
See below
Input
---
Focus Control
---
Monoscope
Tape
M. EQ.
Spec.
---
Pattern
Generator
See below
2. Face the unit to the East and Degauss the CRT
using Degaussing Coil.
3. Input the Monoscope Pattern.
Symptom of Misadjustment: If Sub-Brightness is
incorrect, proper brightness cannot be obtained by
adjusting the Brightness Control.
Mode
Mode
1. Operate the unit more than 30 minutes.
Purpose: To get proper brightness.
Adj. Point
Adj. Point
Note: Focus VR (FBT) --- Main CBA,
FBT = Fly Back Transformer
14. Sub-Brightness Adjustment
Test Point
Test Point
4. Adjust the Focus Control on the FBT to obtain
clear picture.
The following adjustments normally are not
attempted in the field. Only when replacing the
CRT then adjust as a preparation.
16. Purity Adjustment
Purpose: To obtain pure color.
Symptom of Misadjustment: If Color Purity
Adjustment is incorrect, large areas of color may not
be properly displayed.
Figure
White
Test Point
Adj. Point
Mode
Input
Black
---
Deflection Yoke
Purity Magnet
---
Red Color
This bar
just
visible
Tape
M. EQ.
Spec.
---
Pattern
Generator
See below
Fig. 4
Figure
Note: IQW Setup level --- 7.5 IRE
Use service remote control unit
1. Enter the Service mode. (See page 5-1.) Then
input IQW signal from RF Input.
GREEN
2. Press [MENU] button on the service remote
control unit and Select “BRT” mode. (Display
changes “BRT,” “CNT,” “CLR,” “S-CLR,” “TNT,” “VTNT,” “S-TNT,” “SHARP,” and “S-SRP,” cyclically
when [MENU] button is pressed). Press [CH o /
p] buttons so that the bar is just visible (See
above figure).
RED
BLUE
Fig. 5
1. Set the unit facing east.
2. Operate the unit for over 30 minutes before
adjusting.
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3. Fully degauss the unit using an external
degaussing coil.
Figure
4. Loosen the screw on the Deflection Yoke Clamper
and pull the Deflection Yoke back away from the
screen. (See Fig. 6)
CRT
COIL SCREW PURITY RB
RB-G
RING LOCK
5. Loosen the Ring Lock and adjust the Purity
Magnets so that a red field is obtained at the
center of the screen. Tighten Ring Lock. (See Fig.
5,6)
SCREW
DY WEDGE
6. Slowly push the Deflection Yoke toward bell of
CRT and set it where a uniform red field is
obtained.
C.P. MAGNET CLAMPER
C.P. MAGNET
COIL CLAMPER
DEFLECTION YOKE
7. Tighten the clamp screw on the Deflection Yoke.
Fig. 6
17. Convergence Adjustment
C.P. MAGNET (RB)
Purpose: To obtain proper convergence of red, green
and blue beams.
Symptom of Misadjustment: If Convergence
Adjustment is incorrect, the edge of white letters may
have color edges.
Test Point
Adj. Point
Mode
Input
---
C.P. Magnet (RB)
C.P. Magnet (RB-G)
Deflection Yoke
---
Dot Pattern
or
Crosshatch
Tape
M. EQ.
Spec.
---
Pattern Generator
See below
R
R
G
G
B
B
Fig. 7
C.B. MAGNET (RB-G)
RB
RB
G
G
Fig. 8
1. Loosen the Ring Lock and align red with blue dots
or Crosshatch at the center of the screen by
rotating (RB) C.P. Magnets. (See Fig. 7)
2. Align red / blue with green dots at the center of the
screen by rotating (RB-G) C.P. Magnet. (See Fig.
8)
3. Paintlock the C.P. Magnets after adjustment.
4. Remove the DY Wedges and slightly tilt the
Deflection Yoke horizontally and vertically to
obtain the best overall convergence.
5. Fix the Deflection Yoke by carefully inserting the
DY Wedges between CRT and Deflection Yoke.
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HOW TO INITIALIZE THE TELEVISION
To put the program back at the factory-default,
initialize the television as the following procedure.
1. Use the service remote control unit.
2. Turn the power on. (Use main power on the TV
unit.)
3. Press [SLEEP] button on the service remote
control unit to enter the Service mode. (Refer to
“How to enter the Service mode” on page 5-1.)
4. Press [VOL p] button on the service remote
control unit twice, and confirm that OSD indication
is “7F = FF.” If needed, set it to become “7F = FF”
by pressing [CH o / p] buttons on the service
remote control unit.
5. Confirm that OSD indication on the four corners
on TV screen changes from on and off light
indication to red by pressing a [DISPLAY] button.
(It takes one or two seconds.)
6. Turn the power off by pressing main power button
on the TV unit, and unplug the AC cord from the
AC outlet.
6-1
L3300INT
7-1
AFT-IN
AGC
SCL
SDA
MAIN CBA
TO
IF/VIDEO BLOCK
TO
AUDIO BLOCK
CS 7
SCL 6
SDA 5
IC151
(MEMORY)
73 AFT-IN
75 AGC
72 I2C-OPEN
58 SCL
56 SDA
IC111
TV MICON/VIDEO
/AUDIO/CHROMA
/DEFLECTION
KEY
SWITCH
KEY-IN1 66
KEY-IN2 69
74
28
18
40
79
68
67
76
DG-ON-H
+5V-CTRL
+5V-CTRL2
+8V-CTRL
P-ON-H
PROTECT-1
PROTECT-2
PROTECT-3
VOLUME 62
A-MUTE 57
INPUT1 80
INPUT0 63
REMOTE
SENSOR
RCV101
RCV-IN 70
Q131
Q161
DG-ON-H
+5V-CTRL
+5V-CTRL2
+8V-CTRL
PROTECT-1
PROTECT-2
P-ON-H
PROTECT-1
PROTECT-2
PROTECT-3
INPUT0
INPUT1
VOLUME
A-MUTE
TO
CRT/H.V. BLOCK
TO
POWER SUPPLY
BLOCK
TO
AUDIO BLOCK
System Control Block Diagram
BLOCK DIAGRAMS
L3314BLS
JK701
VIDEO-IN
(FRONT)
1
2
3
5
IF 7
AGC
SCL
SDA
XTAL-IN
TU11
WF16
C
7-2
Y
JK721
S-VIDEO-IN
SAW
FILTER
SF11
RF/IF SIGNAL
WF1
14
16
17
61 S-SW
30
29
24
26
AFT
VCO
VIDEO
DET
IC111
TV MICON/VIDEO
/AUDIO/CHROMA
/DEFLECTION
11
AMP
RF
AGC
VIF
AMP
OSD
11
4
14
LPF
WF2
IF AGC DET
AUDIO SIGNAL
(IF SIGNAL PROCESS)
58 SCL
56 SDA
32
IC31
VIDEO SIGNAL
V-SYNC
PROCESS
CIRCUIT
H-SYNC
PROCESS
CIRCUIT
CHROMA COMB
/BASEBAND TINT
CHROMINANCE
PROCESS
CIRCUIT
LUMINANCE
PROCESS
CIRCUIT
4.5MHz
FILTER
CF32
VCXO
SIF
TRAP
7
RGB MATRIX
/COLOR CONT
EQ
AMP
SIF
AMP
OSD SW
/CONTRAST
/BRIGHTNESS
18
13
1
8
RGB DRIVE
/CUT OFF
/H.V. BLK
MAIN CBA
53
46
45
38
37
52
51
50
16
TO
CRT/H.V. BLOCK
TO
CRT/H.V. BLOCK
WH301B
TO
SYSTEM
CONTROL
BLOCK
TO
AUDIO BLOCK
ACL
H-DRIVE
FBP-IN
RAMP-OUT
V-RAMP-F/B
WH301A
5 BLUE
4 GREEN
3 RED
X301
3.58MHz
AGC
AFT-IN
SIF
IF/Video Block Diagram
L3314BLIF
7-3
JK703
AUDIO(R)-IN
(FRONT)
JK702
AUDIO(L)-IN
(FRONT)
JK711
AUDIO(R)-IN
(REAR)
JK711
AUDIO(L)-IN
(REAR)
TO
IF/VIDEO BLOCK
MAIN CBA
SIF
24
27
21
SAP
FILTER
STEREO
FILTER
9
10
SW CTL
(R-CH)
(L-CH)
TUNER
REAR
FRONT
TUNER
4
REAR
2
FRONT
1
11
15
12
SAP
DEMOD
OFFSET
CANCEL
3
13
IC771 (INPUT SELECT)
I2C
DECORDER
VCA
IC431 (MTS/SAP AUDIO SIGNAL PROCESS)
SAP OUT
FILTER
L-R
FILTER
L+R
FILTER
WF6
8
3
(R-CH)
(L-CH)
IC801 (AUDIO AMP)
(L-R)/SAP
SW
75uS
DE-EMPH
+5V
2
MUTE
/STANDBY
CONTROL
SPECTRAL
FILTER
dBX
DE-EMPH
WIDE BAND
FILTER
7
5
11
14
SP802
SPEAKER
R-CH
JK801
HEADPHONE
JACK
TO
SYSTEM
CONTROL
BLOCK
CLN802
CN802
SP-R 1
SP-GND 2
A-MUTE
VOLUME
INPUT0
INPUT1
SCL
SDA
R-CH
L-CH
SP801
SPEAKER
L-CH
AGC
CN801
CLN801
SP-L 1
SP-GND 2
TO
POWER
SUPPLY
BLOCK
OFFSET
CANCEL
MATRIX
RF
WIDE BAND
EXPAND
Q801
RF
Q811
AMP
VOLUME
AMP
SPECTRAL
RMS DET
SPECTRAL
EXPAND
WIDE BAND
RMS DET
OFFSET
CANCEL
29
30
AUDIO SIGNAL
Audio Block Diagram
L3314BLA
7-4
TO
IF/VIDEO BLOCK
WH301A
WF7
Q572
H.DRIVE
WH301B
RED 3
GREEN 4
BLUE 5
FBP-IN
ACL
PROTECT-1
PROTECT-2
PROTECT-3
TO
SYSTEM CONTROL
BLOCK
TO
IF/VIDEO BLOCK
PROTECT-4
DEF+B
+B
H-DRIVE
TO POWER
SUPPLY BLOCK
TO
IF/VIDEO BLOCK
V-RAMP-F/B
RAMP-OUT
T572
WF8
H.OUTPUT
Q571
MAIN CBA
VIDEO SIGNAL
4
5
3
1
WF3
6
9
7
10
8
1
7
Q1511
RED AMP
T571 F.B.T.
WF11
11
S
F
HV
3
PULSE
UP
CRT CBA
WF4
SCREEN VR
FOCUS VR
WF15
6
AMP
THERMAL
PROTECTION
FOCUS
SCREEN
ANODE
WF14
WF5
WF10 WH501A
3 HEATER
1 +200V
GREEN AMP
Q1521
5
IC551 (V-DEFLECTION CONTROL)
BLUE AMP
Q1531
WH501B
3
1
WF13
1
3
4
5
CN1501
7
4
8
6
11
10
9
JK1501
CN571
WF9
WF12
V501
CRT
GND
HEATER
R
G
B
FOCUS
SCREEN
GND
ANODE
HDRIVE
VDRIVE
DY551 D.Y.
CRT/H.V. Block Diagram
L3314BLCRT
DG691
DEGAUSSING
COIL
AC601
AC CORD
PS691
CN691
F601
4A/125V
4A/125V
7-5
BRIDGE
RECTIFIER
D605 - D608
Q602
LIMITER
Q601
SWITCHING
LINE
FILTER
L601
HOT CIRCUIT. BE CAREFUL.
IC601
ERROR
VOLTAGE DET
HOT
1
2
4
6
RL601
3
4
T601
CAUTION !
Fixed voltage (or Auto voltage selectable) power supply circuit is used in this unit.
If Main Fuse (F601) is blown , check to see that all components in the power supply
circuit are not defective before you connect the AC plug to the AC power supply.
Otherwise it may cause some components in the power supply circuit to fail.
2
1
11
9
12
8
10
7
Q631
OVER
VOLTAGE
PROTECT
Q696
SWITCHING
DG-ON-ON
Q652
FEED
BACK
COLD
4A/125V
Q673
SWITCHING
CONTROL
Q672
SWITCHING
+B ADJ
VR661
Q674
SWITCHING
P-ON-ON
TP601
+B
Q682
+5V
SWITCHING
Q681
+8V
SWITCHING
Q321
+9V
SWITCHING
Q111
+5V
SWITCHING
MAIN CBA
CAUTION ! : For continued protection against risk of fire,
replace only with same type 4 A, 125V fuse.
ATTENTION : Utiliser un fusible de rechange de même type de 4A, 125V.
TO
AUDIO
BLOCK
TO
CRT/H.V.
BLOCK
DG-ON-H
(TO PIN74 OF IC111)
P-ON-H
(TO PIN79 OF IC111)
RF
PROTECT-4
PROTECT-1
(TO PIN68 OF IC111)
+5V-CTRL
(TO PIN28 OF IC111)
P-ON+5V
+8V-CTRL
(TO PIN40 OF IC111)
P-ON+8V
AL+12V
AL+9V
+5V-CTRL2
(TO PIN 18 OF IC111)
P-ON+5V
BACK-UP
AL+33V
PROTECT-2
(TO PIN 67 OF IC111)
+B
DEF +B
NOTE:
The voltage for parts in hot circuit is measured using
hot GND as a common terminal.
Power Supply Block Diagram
L3314BLP
SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS / CBA'S AND TEST POINTS
Standard Notes
Many electrical and mechanical parts in this chassis have special characteristics. These characteristics often
pass unnoticed and the protection afforded by them cannot necessarily be obtained by using replacement
components rated for higher voltage, wattage, etc. Replacement parts that have these special safety
characteristics are identified in this manual and its supplements; electrical components having such features are
identified by the mark “#” in the schematic diagram and the parts list. Before replacing any of these components,
read the parts list in this manual carefully. The use of substitute replacement parts that do not have the same
safety characteristics as specified in the parts list may create shock, fire, or other hazards.
Notes:
1. Do not use the part number shown on these drawings for ordering. The correct part number is shown in the
parts list, and may be slightly different or amended since these drawings were prepared.
2. All resistance values are indicated in ohms (K = 103, M = 106).
3. Resistor wattages are 1/4W or 1/6W unless otherwise specified.
4. All capacitance values are indicated in µF (P = 10-6 µF).
5. All voltages are DC voltages unless otherwise specified.
Note of Capacitors:
ML --- Mylar Cap.
PP --- Metallized Film Cap.
SC --- Semiconductor Cap.
L --- Low Leakage type
Temperature Characteristics of Capacitors are noted with the following:
B --- ±10%
CH --- 0±60 ppm/°C
CSL --- +350~-1000 ppm/°C
Tolerance of Capacitors are noted with the following:
Z --- +80~-20%
Note of Resistors:
CEM --- Cement Res.
MTL --- Metal Res.
F --- Fuse Res.
Capacitors and transistors are represented by the following symbols.
CBA Symbols
Schematic Diagram Symbols
(Top View) (Bottom View)
+
Electrolytic Capacitor
Digital Transistor
(Bottom View)
Transistor or Digital Transistor
E
C
B
(Top View)
(Top View)
NPN Transistor
PNP Transistor
ECB
ECB
(Top View)
(Top View)
PNP Digital Transistor
NPN Digital Transistor
ECB
ECB
8-1
L15N_SC
LIST OF CAUTION, NOTES, AND SYMBOLS USED IN THE SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS ON
THE FOLLOWING PAGES:
1. CAUTION:
CAUTION: FOR CONTINUED PROTECTION AGAINST RISK OF FIRE, REPLACE ONLY WITH SAME
TYPE_A,_V FUSE.
ATTENTION: UTILISER UN FUSIBLE DE RECHANGE DE MÊME TYPE DE_A,_V.
2. CAUTION:
Fixed Voltage (or Auto voltage selectable) power supply circuit is used in this unit.
If Main Fuse (F601) is blown, first check to see that all components in the power supply circuit are not
defective before you connect the AC plug to the AC power supply. Otherwise it may cause some components
in the power supply circuit to fail.
3. Note:
1. Do not use the part number shown on the drawings for ordering. The correct part number is shown in the
parts list, and may be slightly different or amended since the drawings were prepared.
2. To maintain original function and reliability of repaired units, use only original replacement parts which are
listed with their part numbers in the parts list section of the service manual.
4. Voltage indications on the schematics are as shown below:
Plug the TV power cord into a standard AC outlet.:
1
(Unit: Volt)
2
3
5.0
(3.0)
Voltage
5.0
(3.0)
Power on mode
Power off mode
Indicates that the voltage
is not consistent here.
5. How to read converged lines
1-D3
3
Distinction Area
Line Number
(1 to 3 digits)
AREA D3
2
Examples:
1. "1-D3" means that line number "1" goes to the line number
1
"1" of the area "D3".
2. "1-B1" means that line number "1" goes to the line number
"1" of the area "B1".
1-B1
AREA B1
1-D3
A
B
C
D
6. Test Point Information
: Indicates a test point with a jumper wire across a hole in the PCB.
: Used to indicate a test point with a component lead on foil side.
: Used to indicate a test point with no test pin.
: Used to indicate a test point with a test pin.
8-2
L15N_SC
Main 1/4 Schematic Diagram
8-3
L3314SCM1
Main 2/4 Schematic Diagram
8-4
L3314SCM2
Main 3/4 Schematic Diagram
CAUTION !
Fixed voltage (or Auto voltage selectable) power supply circuit is used in this unit.
If Main Fuse (F601) is blown , check to see that all components in the power supply
circuit are not defective before you connect the AC plug to the AC power supply.
Otherwise it may cause some components in the power supply circuit to fail.
4A/125V
CAUTION ! : For continued protection against risk of fire,
replace only with same type 4 A, 125V fuse.
ATTENTION : Utiliser un fusible de rechange de même type de 4A, 125V.
NOTE:
The voltage for parts in hot circuit is measured using
hot GND as a common terminal.
1 NOTE:
*These
components (C643, C642, JS642)
can be used in any models.
However, you cannot mix components under
Group A with the ones under Group B.
You can choose either Group. The difference
between Group A and Group B is shown below.
Group A
Group B
8-5
C643
0.01/250V
4700P/250V
C642
0.01/250V
Not Used
JS642
Not Used
WIRE
L3314SCM3
Main 4/4 & CRT Schematic Diagram
8-6
L3314SCM4
Main CBA Top View
CAUTION !
Fixed voltage (or Auto voltage selectable) power supply circuit is used in this unit.
If Main Fuse (F601) is blown , check to see that all components in the power supply
circuit are not defective before you connect the AC plug to the AC power supply.
Otherwise it may cause some components in the power supply circuit to fail.
4A/125V
CAUTION ! : For continued protection against risk of fire,
replace only with same type 4 A, 125V fuse.
ATTENTION : Utiliser un fusible de rechange de même type de 4A, 125V.
NOTE:
The voltage for parts in hot circuit is measured using
hot GND as a common terminal.
Because a hot chassis ground is present in the power
supply circuit, an isolation transformer must be used.
Also, in order to have the ability to increase the input
slowly,when troubleshooting this type power supply
circuit, a variable isolation transformer is required.
TP601
+B
FOCUS-VR
(UPPER SIDE)
SCREEN-VR
(LOWER SIDE)
TP300
GND
VR661
+B ADJ
8-7
BL3700F01013-1
Main CBA Bottom View
CAUTION !
Fixed voltage (or Auto voltage selectable) power supply circuit is used in this unit.
If Main Fuse (F601) is blown , check to see that all components in the power supply
circuit are not defective before you connect the AC plug to the AC power supply.
Otherwise it may cause some components in the power supply circuit to fail.
4A/125V
CAUTION ! : For continued protection against risk of fire,
replace only with same type 4 A, 125V fuse.
ATTENTION : Utiliser un fusible de rechange de même type de 4A, 125V.
NOTE:
The voltage for parts in hot circuit is measured using
hot GND as a common terminal.
Because a hot chassis ground is present in the power
supply circuit, an isolation transformer must be used.
Also, in order to have the ability to increase the input
slowly,when troubleshooting this type power supply
circuit, a variable isolation transformer is required.
WF6
WF8
Q571
Base
PIN 3
OF IC801
WF10
PIN 3
OF WH501A
WF9
PIN 1
OF CN571
WF12
PIN 4
OF CN571
WF7
Q572
Collector
WF11
PIN 7
OF IC551
WF1
PIN 26
OF IC111
WF16
PIN 5
OF TU11
WF2
PIN 14
OF IC111
8-8
BL3700F01013-1
CRT CBA Top View
CRT CBA Bottom View
WF14
Q1521
Collector
WF4
Q1521
Base
WF15
WF3
Q1511
Q1511
Collector Base
WF5
Q1531
Base
WF13
Q1531
Collector
8-9
BL3700F01013-2
WAVEFORMS
WF1 ~ WF16 = Waveforms to be observed at
Waveform check points.
(Shown in Schematic Diagram.)
Input:
NTSC Color Bar Signal (with 1kHz Audio Signal)
INITIAL POSITION: Unplug unit from AC outlet for at least 5 minutes.
reconnect to AC outlet and then turn power on.
(Brightness---Center Color---Center Tint --- Center Contrast---Approx 70%)
GND
GND
WF1
1DIV: 0.5V 20µs
IC 111 Pin 26
WF5
1DIV: 2V 20µs
Q 1531 Base
WF2
1DIV: 0.5V 20µs
IC 111 Pin 14
WF6
1DIV: 0.2V 20ms
IC 801 Pin 3
GND
GND
WF3
WF7
1DIV: 2V 20µs
Q1511 Base
1DIV: 10V 20µs
Q 572 Collector
GND
WF4
1DIV: 2V 20µs
Q 1521 Base
WF8
9-1
1DIV: 5V 20µs
Q 571 Base
L15WF
WF1 ~ WF16 = Waveforms to be observed at
Waveform check points.
(Shown in Schematic Diagram.)
Input:
NTSC Color Bar Signal (with 1kHz Audio Signal)
INITIAL POSITION: Unplug unit from AC outlet for at least 5 minutes.
reconnect to AC outlet and then turn power on.
(Brightness---Center Color---Center Tint --- Center Contrast---Approx 70%)
GND
WF9
1DIV: 200V 20µs
CN 571 Pin 1
WF13 1DIV: 20V 20µs
Q 1531 Collector
GND
WF10 1DIV: 5V 20µs
WH501A Pin 3
WF14 1DIV: 20V 20µs
Q 1521 Collector
GND
WF11 1DIV: 1V 5ms
IC 551 Pin 7
WF15 1DIV: 20V 20µs
Q 1511 Collector
WF12 1DIV: 10V 5ms
CN 571 Pin 4
WF16 1DIV: 0.2V 20µs
TU 11 Pin 5
9-2
L15WF
WIRING DIAGRAM
CLN801
SP801
SPEAKER
L-CH
CLN802
SP802
SPEAKER
R-CH
CN801
1 SP-L
2 SP-GND
CN802
1 SP-R
2 SP-GND
ANODE
TU11 TUNER UNIT
V501
CRT
MAIN CBA
CN691
1
2
GND
CN1501
FOCUS
T571
FBT
SCREEN
WH301B
BLUE
GREEN
RED
GND
+8V
CRT CBA
5
4
3
2
1
WH501B
HEATER 3
GND 2
+200V 1
CLN301
CLN501
DY551
D.Y.
HD
VD
5
4
3
2
1
WH301A
BLUE
GREEN
RED
GND
+8V
WH501A
3 HEATER
2 GND
1 +200V
CN571
1
2
3
4
5
AC601
10-1
L3314WI
IC PIN FUNCTION DESCRIPTIONS
IC111 (TV Micro Controller)
Pin
Signal Name
No.
Pin
Signal Name
No.
Function
Function
38 V RAMP OUT Vertical Ramp Output
1
CNVSS
GND
39 V RAMP CAP Vertical Ramp OSC Capacitor
2
NU
Not Used
40
3
NU
Not Used
4
NU
Not Used
5
GND
GND
6
VCC
ALL +5V
7
NU
(GND)
8
FILT
Filter
9
HLF
Horizontal Filter
10 VHOLD
Vertical Hold
11 CVIN
Composite Video Signal Input
12 RESET
Reset
8.7 VREG
OUT
DC 8.7V Output
41 NU
Not Used
42 H VCO F/B
Horizontal Vco Feed Back
43 AFC FILT
Horizontal AFC Filter
44 GND
GND
45 FBP IN
Flyback Pulse Input
46 H-OUT
Horizontal Pulse Output
47 VCC
Vcc
48 VCC
Vcc
49 VCC
Vcc
50 R OUT
Red Signal Output
Reset Signal Output
51 G OUT
Green Signal Output
14 Y-SW OUT
Composite Video Signal Output
52 B OUT
Blue Signal Output
15 GND
GND
53 ACL
Automatic Contrast Limiter
16 3.58 X'TAL
Crystal Oscillation (3.58MHz)
54 NU
Not Used
17 C-APC
Chrominance APC
55 NU
Not Used
56 SDA
Serial Data
13
18
MCU RESET
OUT
MCU 5.7REG +5.7V Regulator Control Signal
OUT
Output
57 A-MUTE
Audio Mute Signal Output
19 NU
Not Used
58 SCL
Serial Clock
20 NU
Not Used
59 NU
(GND)
21 NU
Not Used
60 NU
Not Used
22 VCC
Vcc
61 S-SW
23 NU
(GND)
Detecting S-VIDEO Jack
Connection
24 CVBS IN2
Composite Video Signal 2 Input
62 VOLUME
Volume Control Signal Output
25 NU
Not Used
63 INPUT0
Input Select 0 Signal Output
26 CVBS IN1
Composite Video Signal 1 Input
64 NU
Not Used
27 NU
Not Used
65 NU
Not Used
+5.7V Regulator Control Signal
Output
66 KEY-IN 1
Key Input 1 (Main)
67 PROTECT-2
Power Supply Protection 2
29 C(Y/C) IN
Chrominance Signal Input
68 PROTECT-1
Power Supply Protection 1
30 Y(Y/C) IN
Luminance Signal Input
69 KEY-IN 2
Key Input 2 (Main)
31 V REG VCC
DC 8.7V Input
70 RCV-IN
Remote Control Signal Input
32 FSC OUT
Clock Output
71 P-ON-L
Power On Signal at Low
33 NU
Not Used
72 I2C OPEN
Chip Select
34 NU
Not Used
73 AFT-IN
AFT Voltage Input
35 NU
Not Used
74 DG-ON-H
Degaussing Coil Control
36 NU
Not Used
75 AGC
Auto Gain Control
37 V RAMP F/B
Vertical Ramp Feed Back
76 PROTECT 3
Power Supply Protection 3
28
+5.7V REG
OUT
11-1
L3300PIN
Pin
Signal Name
No.
Function
77 NU
Not Used
78 NU
Not Used
79 P-ON-H
Power On Signal at High
80 INPUT-1
Input Select 1 Signal Output
11-2
L3300PIN
EXPLODED VIEWS
Cabinet
SHINWHA
TAPE SGT-730
(BLACK)
V501-1
L-8
V501-2
Details for DY551
and surrounding parts
L-8
SHINWHA
TAPE SGT-730
(WHITE)
A-4
L-8
DY551
L-10
Scotch Tape #880
L-9
B-5
B-11
B-2
L-8
L-8
CLN801
CLN551
DY551
L-8
L-13
B-6
SP801
B-2
A-2
CRT CBA
B-11
B-2
B-5
L-8
DG691
A-1
B-3
L1
B-5
B2
Scotch
B-1 Tape #880
B-2
V501
L1
PB4
PB6
PB6
AC601
CLN802
B-5
L-13
B-6
MAIN CBA
SP802
A-3
12-1
L3314CEX
Packing
S-2
S-4
X-1
X-2
S-6
X-3
S-3
Tape
X-5
S-1
FR
ON
T
S-5
Packing tape
12-2
L3314PEX
MECHANICAL PARTS LIST
PRODUCT SAFETY NOTE: Products marked with a
# have special characteristics important to safety.
Before replacing any of these components, read
carefully the product safety notice in this service
manual. Don't degrade the safety of the product
through improper servicing.
NOTE: Parts that are not assigned part numbers
(---------) are not available.
Ref. No.
Description
Part No.
A-1
FRONT CABINET L3314WQ
1EM121215
A-2
REAR CABINET L2404UE
0EM000858
A-3
CONTROL PLATE L3314WQ
1EM321608
A-4#
RATING LABEL L3314WQ
----------
B-1
SPRING TENSION B0080B0 EM40808
26WH006
B-2
SCREW L1500UA
0EM406142A
B-5#
DEGAUSS HOLDER L2401UB
1EM420205
B-6
SPEAKER HOLDER L2404UE
1EM420493
B-11
CLOTH L9800UA 95X15XT 0 0.5
0EM405041
CLN551
CRT GND WIRE
WX1L7820-003
CLN801
WIRE ASSEMBLY
WX1L9200-001
CLN802
WIRE ASSEMBLY SPEAKER WIRE(180MM)
WX1L1131-001
DG691#
DEGAUSSING COIL F-054
LLBH00ZTM054
DY551#
DEFLECTION YOKE LLBY00ZSY010
LLBY00ZSY010
L-8
SCREW P-TIGHT 4X18 BIND HEAD +
GBJP4180
L-9
SCREW TAPPING M4X14
DBT14140
L-10
SCREW P-TIGHT 3X12 BIND HEAD+ BLK
GBHP3120
L-13
SCREW P-TIGHT 3X14 BIND HEAD +
GBJP3140
PB4#
CHASSIS NO. LABEL L1520P1
----------
PB6
CLOTH 10X65XT0.3
1EM420328
SP801
SPEAKER S08N04
DSD0808XQ013
SP802
SPEAKER S08N04
DSD0808XQ013
V501#
CRT A51MAJ196X
TCRT190PTD02
V501-1
C.P.MAGNET JH225-FN-00
XM04000BV003
V501-2
WEDGE FT-00110W
XV10000T4001
S-1
CARTON L3314WQ
1EM422648
S-2
STYROFOAM TOP ASSEMBLY L2404UE
0EM409269
S-3
STYROFOAM BOTTOM ASSEMBLY L2404UE
0EM409270
S-4
SET SHEET B7500UA 1000X1700
0EM402178
S-5
SERIAL NO. LABEL L3314WQ
----------
S-6
HOLD PAD L1400UA
0EM406207
PACKING
ACCESSORIES
X-1
REMOTE CONTROL NE116UE
NE116UE
X-2
DRY BATTERY R6P/2S
XB0M451T0001
X-3#
OWNERS MANUAL L3314WQ
1EMN21393
X-5
BAG POLYETHYLENE 235X365XT0.03
0EM408420A
20060322
13-1
L3314CA
ELECTRICAL PARTS LIST
PRODUCT SAFETY NOTE: Products marked with a
# have special characteristics important to safety.
Before replacing any of these components, read
carefully the product safety notice in this service
manual. Don't degrade the safety of the product
through improper servicing.
Ref. No.
C117
NOTES:
1. Parts that are not assigned part numbers (---------)
are not available.
2. Tolerance of Capacitors and Resistors are noted
with the following symbols.
C.....±0.25%
D.....±0.5%
F.....±1%
Description
Part No.
CERAMIC CAP.(AX) Y K 0.01µF/16V
CCA1CKT0Y103
C122
ELECTROLYTIC CAP. 100µF/10V M
CE1AMASDL101
C132
CERAMIC CAP.(AX) F 0.1µF/50V
CCK1JZT0F104
C133
CERAMIC CAP.(AX) F Z 0.01µF/25V
CCA1EZTFZ103
C150
CHIP CERAMIC CAP. F Z 0.1µF/25V
CHD1EZB0F104
C151
CERAMIC CAP.(AX) B K 220pF/50V
CCA1JKT0B221
C152
CERAMIC CAP.(AX) B K 220pF/50V
CCA1JKT0B221
C301
CHIP CERAMIC CAP. CH J 120pF/50V
CHD1JJBCH121
C302
ELECTROLYTIC CAP. 1µF/50V M
CE1JMASDL1R0
C303
CERAMIC CAP.(AX) B 0.015µF/50V
CCK1JKT0B153
C306
ELECTROLYTIC CAP. 100µF/10V M
CE1AMASDL101
C309
ELECTROLYTIC CAP. 0.1µF/50V M
CE1JMASDL0R1
C322
ELECTROLYTIC CAP. 0.47µF/50V M
CE1JMASDLR47
C324
ELECTROLYTIC CAP. 10µF/50V M
CE1JMASDL100
CERAMIC CAP.(AX) SL J 12pF/50V
CCA1JJTSL120
G.....±2%
J......±5%
K.....±10%
C325
C328
ELECTROLYTIC CAP. 10µF/50V M
CE1JMASDL100
M.....±20%
N.....±30%
Z.....+80/-20%
C329
CERAMIC CAP.(AX) F Z 0.01µF/25V
CCA1EZTFZ103
MMA CBA
Ref. No.
Description
Part No.
MMA CBA
Consists of the following:
1ESA10468
MAIN CBA
CRT CBA
-------------------
MAIN CBA
Ref. No.
Description
MAIN CBA
Consists of the following:
Part No.
----------
CAPACITORS
C330
STACKED FILM CAP. 0.47µF/50V J
CMA1JJS00474
C331
CERAMIC CAP.(AX) B K 1000pF/50V
CCA1JKT0B102
C332
ELECTROLYTIC CAP. 10µF/50V M
CE1JMASDL100
C341
CHIP CERAMIC CAP. B K 0.01µF/50V
CHD1JKB0B103
C342
ELECTROLYTIC CAP. 1µF/50V M
CE1JMASDL1R0
C343
CHIP CERAMIC CAP. B K 0.01µF/50V
CHD1JKB0B103
C345
ELECTROLYTIC CAP. 1000µF/10V M
CE1AMASDL102
C351
CERAMIC CAP.(AX) B K 100pF/50V
CCA1JKT0B101
C352
CERAMIC CAP.(AX) B K 100pF/50V
CCA1JKT0B101
C353
ELECTROLYTIC CAP. 1µF/50V M
CE1JMASDL1R0
C401
ELECTROLYTIC CAP. 3.3µF/50V M
CE1JMASDL3R3
C402
ELECTROLYTIC CAP. 3.3µF/50V M
CE1JMASDL3R3
C403
CERAMIC CAP.(AX) F 0.1µF/50V
CCK1JZT0F104
C404
CERAMIC CAP.(AX) B 0.022µF/50V
CCK1JKT0B223
C11
CERAMIC CAP.(AX) F Z 0.01µF/25V
CCA1EZTFZ103
C405
CHIP CERAMIC CAP. F Z 0.1µF/25V
CHD1EZB0F104
C12
ELECTROLYTIC CAP. 100µF/10V M
CE1AMASDL101
C406
CHIP CERAMIC CAP. B K 0.033µF/25V
CHD1EKB0B333
C13
ELECTROLYTIC CAP. 4.7µF/50V M
CE1JMASDL4R7
C411
ELECTROLYTIC CAP. 4.7µF/50V M
CE1JMASDL4R7
C14
CERAMIC CAP.(AX) B 0.01µF/50V
CCK1JKT0B103
C413
ELECTROLYTIC CAP. 100µF/10V M
CE1AMASDL101
C31
ELECTROLYTIC CAP. 100µF/10V M
CE1AMASDL101
C414
ELECTROLYTIC CAP. 2.2µF/50V M
CE1JMASDL2R2
C34
ELECTROLYTIC CAP. 0.47µF/50V M
CE1JMASDLR47
C415
CHIP CERAMIC CAP. CH J 150pF/50V
CHD1JJBCH151
C35
CERAMIC CAP.(AX) SL J 47pF/50V
CCA1JJTSL470
C416
CHIP CERAMIC CAP. CH J 150pF/50V
CHD1JJBCH151
C36
CERAMIC CAP.(AX) B K 1000pF/50V
CCA1JKT0B102
C417
ELECTROLYTIC CAP. 2.2µF/50V M
CE1JMASDL2R2
C37
ELECTROLYTIC CAP. 1µF/50V M
CE1JMASDL1R0
C421
ELECTROLYTIC CAP. 4.7µF/50V M
CE1JMASDL4R7
C38
CERAMIC CAP.(AX) SL J 47pF/50V
CCA1JJTSL470
C422
ELECTROLYTIC CAP. 0.47µF/50V M H7
CE1JMASSLR47
C49
ELECTROLYTIC CAP. 4.7µF/50V M
CE1JMASDL4R7
C423
CHIP CERAMIC CAP. B K 5600pF/50V
CHD1JKB0B562
C50
CERAMIC CAP.(AX) CH K 3.3pF/50V
CCA1JKTCH3R3
C426
ELECTROLYTIC CAP. 4.7µF/50V M
CE1JMASDL4R7
C51
CERAMIC CAP.(AX) B K 1000pF/50V
CCA1JKT0B102
C427
ELECTROLYTIC CAP. 0.47µF/50V M H7
CE1JMASSLR47
C52
CHIP CERAMIC CAP. B K 0.01µF/50V
CHD1JKB0B103
C428
CERAMIC CAP.(AX) X K 5600pF/16V
CCA1CKT0X562
C53
ELECTROLYTIC CAP. 100µF/10V M
CE1AMASDL101
C441
ELECTROLYTIC CAP. 10µF/50V M
CE1JMASDL100
C54
CERAMIC CAP.(AX) B K 1000pF/50V
CCA1JKT0B102
C442
ELECTROLYTIC CAP. 2.2µF/50V M
CE1JMASDL2R2
C55
CERAMIC CAP.(AX) F Z 0.01µF/25V
CCA1EZTFZ103
C444
ELECTROLYTIC CAP. 0.33µF/50V M
CE1JMASDLR33
C56
PCB JUMPER D0.6-P5.0
JW5.0T
C445
FILM CAP.(P) 0.1µF/50V J
CMA1JJS00104
C57
FILM CAP.(P) 0.047µF/50V J
CMA1JJS00473
C446
FILM CAP.(P) 0.1µF/50V J
CMA1JJS00104
C58
FILM CAP.(P) 0.033µF/50V J
CMA1JJS00333
C448
ELECTROLYTIC CAP. 2.2µF/50V M
CE1JMASDL2R2
C59
CERAMIC CAP.(AX) CH K 2.7pF/50V
CCA1JKTCH2R7
C501
FILM CAP.(P) 0.1µF/50V J
CMA1JJS00104
C60
CERAMIC CAP.(AX) CH K 5.6pF/50V
CCA1JKTCH5R6
C503
ELECTROLYTIC CAP. 47µF/35V M
CE1GMASDL470
CE1JMASLH1R0
C104
ELECTROLYTIC CAP. 10µF/50V M
CE1JMASDL100
C504
ELECTROLYTIC CAP. 1µF/50V LL
C111
ELECTROLYTIC CAP. 47µF/16V M
CE1CMASDL470
C505
C112
ELECTROLYTIC CAP. 4.7µF/50V M
CE1JMASDL4R7
ALUMINUM ELECTROLYTIC CAP 1000µF/25V CE1EMZNTM102
M
C113
CHIP CERAMIC CAP. F Z 0.1µF/25V
CHD1EZB0F104
C506
ALUMINUM ELECTROLYTIC CAP 470µF/35V
M
C114
FILM CAP.(P) 0.001µF/50V J
CMA1JJS00102
C507
FILM CAP.(P) 0.047µF/50V J
CMA1JJS00473
C115
ELECTROLYTIC CAP. 0.1µF/50V M
CE1JMASDL0R1
C520
ELECTROLYTIC CAP. 4.7µF/50V M
CE1JMASDL4R7
C116
CERAMIC CAP.(AX) B K 220pF/50V
CCA1JKT0B221
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Description
CCD3DKA0B122
Part No.
C566#
CERAMIC CAP. BN 1200pF/2KV
C571#
PP CAP. 0.27µF/250V J
CT2E274MS041
CN571#
C574#
ELECTROLYTIC CAP. 4.7µF/250V M
CE2EMASDL4R7
CN691#
CONNECTOR PRINT OSU 2P RTB-1.5-2P (LF) J3RTC02JG002
C577
ELECTROLYTIC CAP. 47µF/35V M
CE1GMASDL470
CN801
J383C02UG004
C578
FILM CAP.(P) 0.01µF/50V J
CMA1JJS00103
CONNECTOR PRINT OSU
008283021200000S+
C580#
P.P. CAP 0.0082µF/1.6K J
CA3C822VC010
CN802
CONNECTOR PRINT OSU
008283021200000S+
J383C02UG004
C582#
PCB JUMPER D0.6-P10.0
JW10.0T
C584#
ELECTROLYTIC CAP. 1µF/160V M
CE2CMASDL1R0
C588#
ALUMINUM ELECTROLYTIC CAP 47µF/160V
M
CE2CMZPTM470
D101
SWITCHING DIODE 1SS133(T-77)
QDTZ001SS133
D102
SWITCHING DIODE 1SS133(T-77)
QDTZ001SS133
C594#
ELECTROLYTIC CAP. 10µF/50V M
CE1JMASDL100
D131
ZENER DIODE MTZJT-775.1B
QDTB0MTZJ5R1
SWITCHING DIODE 1SS133(T-77)
QDTZ001SS133
QDTZ001SS133
CONNECTORS
CONNECTOR PRINT OSU 5P RTB-1.5-5P (LF) J3RTC05JG002
DIODES
C601#
METALIZED FILM CAP. 0.22µF/250V
CT2E224MS037
D171
C605
CERAMIC CAP. F Z 0.01µF/500V
CCD2JZP0F103
D322
SWITCHING DIODE 1SS133(T-77)
C606
CERAMIC CAP. F Z 0.01µF/500V
CCD2JZP0F103
D323
ZENER DIODE MTZJT-779.1B
QDTB0MTZJ9R1
C609
CERAMIC CAP. BN 680pF/2KV
CCD3DKA0B681
D326
SWITCHING DIODE 1SS133(T-77)
QDTZ001SS133
C610
ELECTROLYTIC CAP. 220µF/200V SL X
CA2D221S6003
D351
SWITCHING DIODE 1SS133(T-77)
QDTZ001SS133
C611
FILM CAP.(P) 0.068µF/50V J
CMA1JJS00683
D352
SWITCHING DIODE 1SS133(T-77)
QDTZ001SS133
C614
FILM CAP.(P) 0.0027µF/50V J
CMA1JJS00272
D353
SWITCHING DIODE 1SS133(T-77)
QDTZ001SS133
C616
FILM CAP.(P) 0.068µF/50V J
CMA1JJS00683
D501
DIODE 1N5399-B/P
NDLZ001N5399
D502#
ZENER DIODE MTZJT-7718B
QDTB00MTZJ18
C642#
SAFETY CAP. 10000pF/250V
CCG2EMA0F103
D503#
SWITCHING DIODE 1SS133(T-77)
QDTZ001SS133
C643#
SAFETY CAP. 10000pF/250V
CCG2EMA0F103
D571
DIODE FR104-B
NDLZ000FR104
D572
FAST RECOVERY DIODE ERA22-04
QDPZ0ERA2204
If C642 is 0.01µF, then C643 is 0.01µF.
If C643 is 4700pF, then JS642 (PCB JUMPER) is used.
C643#
SAFETY CAP. 4700pF/250V KX
CA2E472MR050
D583
SWITCHING DIODE 1SS133(T-77)
QDTZ001SS133
JS642
PCB JUMPER D0.6-P10.0
JW10.0T
D584#
SWITCHING DIODE 1SS133(T-77)
QDTZ001SS133
C651
CERAMIC CAP. BN 560pF/2KV
CCD3DKA0B561
D585
SWITCHING DIODE 1SS133(T-77)
QDTZ001SS133
C652
CERAMIC CAP. B K 2200pF/500V
CCD2JKS0B222
D591#
ZENER DIODE MTZJT-7736B
QDTB00MTZJ36
CE1JMASDL1R0
D595#
SWITCHING DIODE 1SS133(T-77)
QDTZ001SS133
C654#
ELECTROLYTIC CAP. 1µF/50V M
C656#
ALUMINUM ELECTROLYTIC CAP 100µF/160V CE2CMZPTM101
M
D597
ZENER DIODE MTZJT-776.8B
QDTB0MTZJ6R8
D605#
DIODE 1N5399-B/P
NDLZ001N5399
ALUMINUM ELECTROLYTIC CAP 470µF/35V
M
D606#
DIODE 1N5399-B/P
NDLZ001N5399
D607#
DIODE 1N5399-B/P
NDLZ001N5399
D608#
DIODE 1N5399-B/P
NDLZ001N5399
C657#
CE1GMZNTM471
C658#
ALUMINUM ELECTROLYTIC CAP 1000µF/16V CE1CMZNTM102
M
C662#
ALUMINUM ELECTROLYTIC CAP 1000µF/16V CE1CMZNTM102
M
D611#
ZENER DIODE MTZJT-7724C
QDTC00MTZJ24
D612#
ZENER DIODE MTZJT-7736B
QDTB00MTZJ36
C663
CHIP CERAMIC CAP. B K 1000pF/50V
CHD1JKB0B102
D613
ZENER DIODE MTZJT-775.6B
QDTB0MTZJ5R6
C667
ELECTROLYTIC CAP. 1µF/50V M
CE1JMASDL1R0
D614
SWITCHING DIODE 1SS133(T-77)
QDTZ001SS133
C673
ELECTROLYTIC CAP. 10µF/50V M
CE1JMASDL100
D615#
SWITCHING DIODE 1N4148 T-77
QDTZ001N4148
C681
ELECTROLYTIC CAP. 1µF/50V M
CE1JMASDL1R0
D623
PCB JUMPER D0.6-P5.0
JW5.0T
C682
ELECTROLYTIC CAP. 100µF/10V M
CE1AMASDL101
D631
SWITCHING DIODE 1SS133(T-77)
QDTZ001SS133
C684
ELECTROLYTIC CAP. 100µF/10V M
CE1AMASDL101
D632
SWITCHING DIODE 1SS133(T-77)
QDTZ001SS133
C685
ELECTROLYTIC CAP. 100µF/10V M
CE1AMASDL101
D633
SWITCHING DIODE 1SS133(T-77)
QDTZ001SS133
C705
CERAMIC CAP.(AX) X K 3900pF/16V
CCA1CKT0X392
D651#
FAST RECOVERY DIODE CA201-4
QDWZ00CA2014
C706
ELECTROLYTIC CAP. 0.47µF/50V M
CE1JMASDLR47
D652#
DIODE FR154
NDLZ000FR154
C708
CHIP CERAMIC CAP. B K 3900pF/50V
CHD1JKB0B392
D653#
DIODE FR154
NDLZ000FR154
C709
ELECTROLYTIC CAP. 0.47µF/50V M
CE1JMASDLR47
D654
SWITCHING DIODE 1SS133(T-77)
QDTZ001SS133
QDLZ01ZB180Q
C713
PCB JUMPER D0.6-P5.0
JW5.0T
D655#
DIODE ZENER 1ZB180(Q)
C718
CERAMIC CAP.(AX) B K 1000pF/50V
CCA1JKT0B102
D656#
ZENER DIODE MTZJT-777.5B
QDTB0MTZJ7R5
C725
CHIP CERAMIC CAP. B K 3900pF/50V
CHD1JKB0B392
D657#
DIODE FR154
NDLZ000FR154
C726
ELECTROLYTIC CAP. 0.47µF/50V M
CE1JMASDLR47
D660
SWITCHING DIODE 1SS133(T-77)
QDTZ001SS133
C728
CHIP CERAMIC CAP. B K 3900pF/50V
CHD1JKB0B392
D661#
SWITCHING DIODE 1SS133(T-77)
QDTZ001SS133
C729
ELECTROLYTIC CAP. 0.47µF/50V M
CE1JMASDLR47
D666
ZENER DIODE MTZJT-7736B
QDTB00MTZJ36
C773
ELECTROLYTIC CAP. 100µF/10V M
CE1AMASDL101
D671
SWITCHING DIODE 1SS133(T-77)
QDTZ001SS133
C801
ELECTROLYTIC CAP. 220µF/16V M
CE1CMASDL221
D672
SWITCHING DIODE 1SS133(T-77)
QDTZ001SS133
C802
ELECTROLYTIC CAP. 220µF/16V M
CE1CMASDL221
D675
SWITCHING DIODE 1SS133(T-77)
QDTZ001SS133
C803
FILM CAP.(P) 0.1µF/50V J
CMA1JJS00104
D685#
SWITCHING DIODE 1SS133(T-77)
QDTZ001SS133
C804
FILM CAP.(P) 0.1µF/50V J
CMA1JJS00104
D686
SWITCHING DIODE 1SS133(T-77)
QDTZ001SS133
C807
ELECTROLYTIC CAP. 4.7µF/50V M
CE1JMASDL4R7
D696#
SWITCHING DIODE 1SS133(T-77)
QDTZ001SS133
C808
ELECTROLYTIC CAP. 1µF/50V M
CE1JMASDL1R0
D801
ZENER DIODE MTZJT-773.0B
QDTB0MTZJ3R0
C809
ELECTROLYTIC CAP. 1µF/50V M
CE1JMASDL1R0
D841#
SWITCHING DIODE 1SS133(T-77)
QDTZ001SS133
C811
ELECTROLYTIC CAP. 470µF/16V M
CE1CMASDL471
D842#
ZENER DIODE MTZJT-775.1B
QDTB0MTZJ5R1
C833
ELECTROLYTIC CAP. 47µF/16V M
CE1CMASDL470
ICS
IC31
20060322
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IC VIF/SIF M61116FP TF0G
QSZBA0SHT034
L3314EL
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Description
Part No.
IC111
IC MICRO COMPUTER/VCD(PB FREE)
M61271M8-076FP RF4T
QSZAC0RHT085
IC151
IC CAT24WC02WI-TE13
NSZBA0TBG007
IC431
IC MTS DECORDER AN5832SA-E1V
QSZBA0TMS003
IC551
VERTICAL OUTPUT IC LA78040A
QSBBA0SSY003
IC601#
PHOTOCOUPLER LTV-817C-F
NPEC0LTV817F
IC771
IC SWITCHING TC4052BF(ELNF)
QSZBA0TTS162
IC801
IC AN17812A
QSZBA0SMS017
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COILS
Description
Part No.
R122
CARBON RES. 1/4W J 100 Ω
RCX4JATZ0101
R123
CHIP RES. 1/10W J 1k Ω
RRXAJB5Z0102
R131
CHIP RES. 1/10W J 470 Ω
RRXAJB5Z0471
R133
CHIP RES. 1/10W J 0 Ω
RRXAJB5Z0000
R134
CHIP RES. 1/10W J 4.7k Ω
RRXAJB5Z0472
R135
CHIP RES. 1/10W J 2.2k Ω
RRXAJB5Z0222
R136
CHIP RES. 1/10W J 100k Ω
RRXAJB5Z0104
R137
CHIP RES. 1/10W J 100 Ω
RRXAJB5Z0101
R138
CHIP RES. 1/10W J 220k Ω
RRXAJB5Z0224
L12
INDUCTOR 22µH-K-5FT
LLARKBSTU220
R139
CARBON RES. 1/4W J 22k Ω
RCX4JATZ0223
L34
INDUCTOR 18µH-J-26T
LLAXJATTU180
R140
CHIP RES. 1/10W J 1k Ω
RRXAJB5Z0102
L50
INDUCTOR 150µH-J-26T
LLAXJATTU151
R141
CHIP RES. 1/10W J 0 Ω
RRXAJB5Z0000
L51
INDUCTOR 100µH-J-5FT
LLARJCSTU101
R150
CHIP RES. 1/10W J 0 Ω
RRXAJB5Z0000
L112
PCB JUMPER D0.6-P5.0
JW5.0T
R153
CARBON RES. 1/4W J 100 Ω
RCX4JATZ0101
L301
PCB JUMPER D0.6-P5.0
JW5.0T
R154
CARBON RES. 1/4W J 100 Ω
RCX4JATZ0101
L551
PCB JUMPER D0.6-P10.0
JW10.0T
R161
CHIP RES. 1/10W J 470 Ω
RRXAJB5Z0471
L588
CHOKE COIL 47µH
LLBD00PKV022
R162
CHIP RES. 1/10W J 22k Ω
RRXAJB5Z0223
L601#
LINE FILTER TLF12UA302W1R0
LLBG00ZTU025
R163
CHIP RES. 1/10W J 470 Ω
RRXAJB5Z0471
R164
CHIP RES. 1/10W J 10k Ω
RRXAJB5Z0103
TRANSISTORS
Q111#
TRANSISTOR 2SC2785(F)
QQSF02SC2785
R165
CHIP RES. 1/10W J 4.7k Ω
RRXAJB5Z0472
Q131
RES. BUILT-IN TRANSISTOR BA1F4M-T
QQSZ00BA1F4M
R167
CHIP RES. 1/10W J 2.7k Ω
RRXAJB5Z0272
Q161
RES. BUILT-IN TRANSISTOR BA1F4M-T
QQSZ00BA1F4M
R168
CHIP RES. 1/10W J 4.7k Ω
RRXAJB5Z0472
Q321
TRANSISTOR 2SC2785(F)
QQSF02SC2785
R170
CHIP RES. 1/10W J 10k Ω
RRXAJB5Z0103
Q361
TRANSISTOR 2SC2785(F)
QQSF02SC2785
R171
CHIP RES. 1/10W J 560 Ω
RRXAJB5Z0561
Q571
TRANSISTOR TT2140LS-YB11
QQZZ00TT2140
R172
CHIP RES. 1/10W J 0 Ω
RRXAJB5Z0000
Q572
NPN TRANSISTOR 2SC1627-Y (TE2.F.T)
QQSY2SC1627F
R173
CHIP RES. 1/10W J 22k Ω
RRXAJB5Z0223
Q601#
MOS FET 2SK3563
QFWZ02SK3563
R174
CHIP RES. 1/10W J 10k Ω
RRXAJB5Z0103
Q602#
TRANSISTOR 2SC2120-O(TE2 F T)
QQS02SC2120F
R176
CHIP RES. 1/10W J 100 Ω
RRXAJB5Z0101
Q631
TRANSISTOR 2SA1175(F)
QQSF02SA1175
R177
CHIP RES. 1/10W J 100 Ω
RRXAJB5Z0101
Q652#
TRANSISTOR 2SC2785(F)
QQSF02SC2785
R178
CHIP RES. 1/10W J 470 Ω
RRXAJB5Z0471
Q672#
TRANSISTOR 2SA1175(F)
QQSF02SA1175
R301
CHIP RES. 1/10W J 6.8k Ω
RRXAJB5Z0682
Q673
TRANSISTOR 2SC2785(F)
QQSF02SC2785
R302
CHIP RES. 1/10W J 100 Ω
RRXAJB5Z0101
Q674
TRANSISTOR 2SC2785(F)
QQSF02SC2785
R303
CHIP RES. 1/10W J 470 Ω
RRXAJB5Z0471
Q681#
TRANSISTOR KTC3199-GR-AT/P
NQS4KTC3199P
R320
CHIP RES. 1/10W J 10k Ω
RRXAJB5Z0103
Q682#
TRANSISTOR 2SD400(E)
QQUE002SD400
R323
CARBON RES. 1/4W J 2.2k Ω
RCX4JATZ0222
Q696
NPN TRANSISTOR KRC105M-AT/P
NQSZKRC105MP
R326
CHIP RES. 1/10W J 100 Ω
RRXAJB5Z0101
Q801
TRANSISTOR 2SC2785(F)
QQSF02SC2785
R327
CHIP RES. 1/10W J 0 Ω
RRXAJB5Z0000
Q811
TRANSISTOR 2SC2785(F)
QQSF02SC2785
R328
CHIP RES. 1/10W J 47k Ω
RRXAJB5Z0473
R329
CHIP RES. 1/10W J 47k Ω
RRXAJB5Z0473
RESISTORS
R12
PCB JUMPER D0.6-P5.0
JW5.0T
R330
CHIP RES. 1/10W J 1k Ω
RRXAJB5Z0102
R31
CARBON RES. 1/4W J 2.2k Ω
RCX4JATZ0222
R332
CHIP RES. 1/10W J 75 Ω
RRXAJB5Z0750
R32
CARBON RES. 1/4W J 390 Ω
RCX4JATZ0391
R342
CHIP RES. 1/10W J 0 Ω
RRXAJB5Z0000
R35
CARBON RES. 1/4W J 1k Ω
RCX4JATZ0102
R344
CHIP RES. 1/10W J 6.8k Ω
RRXAJB5Z0682
R37
CHIP RES. 1/10W J 220 Ω
RRXAJB5Z0221
R345
CHIP RES. 1/10W J 10k Ω
RRXAJB5Z0103
R38
CHIP RES. 1/10W J 15k Ω
RRXAJB5Z0153
R346
CHIP RES. 1/10W J 2.7k Ω
RRXAJB5Z0272
R39
CHIP RES. 1/10W J 15k Ω
RRXAJB5Z0153
R348
CARBON RES. 1/4W J 27k Ω
RCX4JATZ0273
R44
CHIP RES. 1/10W J 100 Ω
RRXAJB5Z0101
R349
CHIP RES. 1/10W J 3.3k Ω
RRXAJB5Z0332
R50
CARBON RES. 1/4W J 2.2k Ω
RCX4JATZ0222
R355
CHIP RES. 1/10W J 39k Ω
RRXAJB5Z0393
R54
CARBON RES. 1/4W J 22k Ω
RCX4JATZ0223
R356
CHIP RES. 1/10W J 100 Ω
RRXAJB5Z0101
R101
CARBON RES. 1/4W J 100 Ω
RCX4JATZ0101
R357
CHIP RES. 1/10W J 100 Ω
RRXAJB5Z0101
R102
CHIP RES. 1/10W J 1.5k Ω
RRXAJB5Z0152
R358
CHIP RES. 1/10W J 100 Ω
RRXAJB5Z0101
R103
CHIP RES. 1/10W J 2.2k Ω
RRXAJB5Z0222
R361
CHIP RES. 1/10W J 10k Ω
RRXAJB5Z0103
R104
CHIP RES. 1/10W J 2.7k Ω
RRXAJB5Z0272
R362
CARBON RES. 1/4W J 100 Ω
RCX4JATZ0101
R105
CHIP RES. 1/10W J 4.7k Ω
RRXAJB5Z0472
R363
CHIP RES. 1/10W J 47k Ω
RRXAJB5Z0473
R106
CHIP RES. 1/10W J 8.2k Ω
RRXAJB5Z0822
R417
CHIP RES. 1/10W J 180k Ω
RRXAJB5Z0184
R108
CHIP RES. 1/10W J 10k Ω
RRXAJB5Z0103
R422
CHIP RES. 1/10W J 8.2k Ω
RRXAJB5Z0822
R109
CHIP RES. 1/10W J 10k Ω
RRXAJB5Z0103
R423
CHIP RES. 1/10W J 4.7k Ω
RRXAJB5Z0472
R111
CARBON RES. 1/4W J 100 Ω
RCX4JATZ0101
R427
CHIP RES. 1/10W J 8.2k Ω
RRXAJB5Z0822
R112
CHIP RES. 1/10W J 10k Ω
RRXAJB5Z0103
R428
CHIP RES. 1/10W J 4.7k Ω
RRXAJB5Z0472
R113
CHIP RES. 1/10W J 270k Ω
RRXAJB5Z0274
R445
CHIP RES. 1/10W J 3.3k Ω
RRXAJB5Z0332
R114
CHIP RES. 1/10W J 1k Ω
RRXAJB5Z0102
R503
CARBON RES. 1/4W J 56k Ω
RCX4JATZ0563
R116
CHIP RES. 1/10W J 0 Ω
RRXAJB5Z0000
R504
CARBON RES. 1/4W J 4.7 Ω
RCX4JATZ04R7
R121
CARBON RES. 1/4W J 100 Ω
RCX4JATZ0101
R505
CARBON RES. 1/4W J 1.5k Ω
RCX4JATZ0152
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Description
CARBON RES. 1/4W J 3.3 Ω
RCX4JATZ03R3
R507
CARBON RES. 1/4W J 3.3 Ω
RCX4JATZ03R3
R664
CARBON RES. 1/4W J 1.2k Ω
RCX4JATZ0122
R513#
METAL OXIDE FILM RES. 2W J 15 Ω
RN02150ZU001
R665
CARBON RES. 1/4W J 5.6k Ω
RCX4JATZ0562
R663#
CARBON RES. 1/4W J 10k Ω
Part No.
R506
RCX4JATZ0103
R514
CARBON RES. 1/4W J 5.6k Ω
RCX4JATZ0562
R667#
CARBON RES. 1/4W J 8.2k Ω
RCX4JATZ0822
R520
CHIP RES. 1/10W J 3.3k Ω
RRXAJB5Z0332
R668#
CARBON RES. 1/4W J 8.2k Ω
RCX4JATZ0822
R522
CARBON RES. 1/4W J 22k Ω
RCX4JATZ0223
R669#
CARBON RES. 1/4W J 8.2k Ω
RCX4JATZ0822
R535
CARBON RES. 1/4W J 470 Ω
RCX4JATZ0471
R670
CARBON RES. 1/4W J 47k Ω
RCX4JATZ0473
R541
CARBON RES. 1/4W J 820 Ω
RCX4JATZ0821
R671
CARBON RES. 1/4W J 3.3k Ω
RCX4JATZ0332
R542
CARBON RES. 1/4W J 820 Ω
RCX4JATZ0821
R672
CARBON RES. 1/4W J 3.3k Ω
RCX4JATZ0332
R544
CARBON RES. 1/4W J 1.5k Ω
RCX4JATZ0152
R673
CARBON RES. 1/4W J 100k Ω
RCX4JATZ0104
R571#
METAL OXIDE FILM RES. 2W J 1k Ω
RN02102ZU001
R674
CHIP RES. 1/10W J 22k Ω
RRXAJB5Z0223
R572#
METAL OXIDE FILM RES. 2W J 1k Ω
RN02102ZU001
R675
CARBON RES. 1/4W J 15k Ω
RCX4JATZ0153
R574
CARBON RES. 1/4W J 180 Ω
RCX4JATZ0181
R676
CHIP RES. 1/10W J 10k Ω
RRXAJB5Z0103
R575#
CARBON RES. 1/4W J 15 Ω
RCX4JATZ0150
R677
CARBON RES. 1/4W J 22k Ω
RCX4JATZ0223
R576
CHIP RES. 1/10W J 1k Ω
RRXAJB5Z0102
R678
CHIP RES. 1/10W J 22k Ω
RRXAJB5Z0223
R577
CARBON RES. 1/4W J 220 Ω
RCX4JATZ0221
R680
CHIP RES. 1/10W J 10k Ω
RRXAJB5Z0103
R578#
CARBON RES. 1/4W J 15 Ω
RCX4JATZ0150
R681
CARBON RES. 1/4W J 18 Ω
RCX4JATZ0180
R579#
CARBON RES. 1/4W J 15 Ω
RCX4JATZ0150
R682
METAL OXIDE FILM RES. 2W J 8.2 Ω
RN028R2ZU001
R581
PCB JUMPER D0.6-P5.0
JW5.0T
R684#
CARBON RES. 1/4W J 1.8 Ω
RCX4JATZ01R8
R583#
METAL OXIDE FILM RES. 2W J 2.7 Ω
RN02JZLZ02R7
R685#
CARBON RES. 1/4W J 1.8 Ω
RCX4JATZ01R8
R584#
CARBON RES. 1/4W J 1k Ω
RCX4JATZ0102
R686
CARBON RES. 1/4W J 47 Ω
RCX4JATZ0470
R587
PCB JUMPER D0.6-P5.0
JW5.0T
R687
CARBON RES. 1/4W J 10 Ω
RCX4JATZ0100
R588#
CARBON RES. 1/4W J 100k Ω
RCX4JATZ0104
R688#
CARBON RES. 1/4W J 1.8 Ω
RCX4JATZ01R8
R589
CARBON RES. 1/4W J 100k Ω
RCX4JATZ0104
R689
PCB JUMPER D0.6-P12.5
JW12.5T
R590
CARBON RES. 1/4W J 270k Ω
RCX4JATZ0274
R694
PCB JUMPER D0.6-P5.0
JW5.0T
R591#
CARBON RES. 1/4W J 180k Ω
RCX4JATZ0184
R696
CARBON RES. 1/4W J 10 Ω
RCX4JATZ0100
R592#
CARBON RES. 1/4W J 150k Ω
RCX4JATZ0154
R704
CHIP RES. 1/10W J 47k Ω
RRXAJB5Z0473
R593#
CARBON RES. 1/4W J 68k Ω
RCX4JATZ0683
R705
CHIP RES. 1/10W J 15k Ω
RRXAJB5Z0153
R594#
CARBON RES. 1/4W J 100k Ω
RCX4JATZ0104
R706
CHIP RES. 1/10W J 12k Ω
RRXAJB5Z0123
R595
PCB JUMPER D0.6-P5.0
JW5.0T
R707
CHIP RES. 1/10W J 47k Ω
RRXAJB5Z0473
R597
CARBON RES. 1/4W J 8.2k Ω
RCX4JATZ0822
R708
CHIP RES. 1/10W J 15k Ω
RRXAJB5Z0153
R598#
CARBON RES. 1/4W J 47k Ω
RCX4JATZ0473
R709
CHIP RES. 1/10W J 12k Ω
RRXAJB5Z0123
R599#
CARBON RES. 1/4W J 22k Ω
RCX4JATZ0223
R713
CHIP RES. 1/10W J 0 Ω
RRXAJB5Z0000
R601#
CEMENT RES 5W K 1.2 Ω
RW051R2PG002
R716
CHIP RES. 1/10W J 75 Ω
RRXAJB5Z0750
R602#
CARBON RES. 1/4W J 820k Ω
RCX4JATZ0824
R717
CHIP RES. 1/10W J 10k Ω
RRXAJB5Z0103
R603
CARBON RES. 1/4W J 820k Ω
RCX4JATZ0824
R718
CHIP RES. 1/10W J 330 Ω
RRXAJB5Z0331
R604
CARBON RES. 1/4W J 820k Ω
RCX4JATZ0824
R721
CHIP RES. 1/10W J 75 Ω
RRXAJB5Z0750
R605
PCB JUMPER D0.6-P5.0
JW5.0T
R724
CHIP RES. 1/10W J 47k Ω
RRXAJB5Z0473
R607
CARBON RES. 1/4W J 270 Ω
RCX4JATZ0271
R725
CHIP RES. 1/10W J 15k Ω
RRXAJB5Z0153
R608
CARBON RES. 1/4W J 270 Ω
RCX4JATZ0271
R726
CHIP RES. 1/10W J 12k Ω
RRXAJB5Z0123
R609
PCB JUMPER D0.6-P5.0
JW5.0T
R727
CHIP RES. 1/10W J 47k Ω
RRXAJB5Z0473
R613#
METAL OXIDE FILM RES. 2W J 0.33 Ω
RN02JZLZ0R33
R728
CHIP RES. 1/10W J 15k Ω
RRXAJB5Z0153
R614
PCB JUMPER D0.6-P5.0
JW5.0T
R729
CHIP RES. 1/10W J 12k Ω
RRXAJB5Z0123
R615
CARBON RES. 1/4W J 180k Ω
RCX4JATZ0184
R751
CHIP RES. 1/10W J 22k Ω
RRXAJB5Z0223
R616
CARBON RES. 1/4W J 1.5k Ω
RCX4JATZ0152
R752
CARBON RES. 1/4W J 27k Ω
RCX4JATZ0273
R618
CARBON RES. 1/4W J 180 Ω
RCX4JATZ0181
R761
CHIP RES. 1/10W J 22k Ω
RRXAJB5Z0223
R621
CARBON RES. 1/4W J 1k Ω
RCX4JATZ0102
R762
CHIP RES. 1/10W J 27k Ω
RRXAJB5Z0273
R630
CHIP RES. 1/10W J 120k Ω
RRXAJB5Z0124
R771
CHIP RES. 1/10W J 4.7k Ω
RRXAJB5Z0472
R631
CARBON RES. 1/4W J 22k Ω
RCX4JATZ0223
R772
CHIP RES. 1/10W J 10k Ω
RRXAJB5Z0103
R632
CHIP RES. 1/10W J 10k Ω
RRXAJB5Z0103
R801
CARBON RES. 1/2W J 100 Ω
RCX2JZQZ0101
R641
PCB JUMPER D0.6-P5.0
JW5.0T
R802
CARBON RES. 1/2W J 100 Ω
RCX2JZQZ0101
R650#
PCB JUMPER D0.6-P5.0
JW5.0T
R803
CARBON RES. 1/4W J 100 Ω
RCX4JATZ0101
R651
METAL OXIDE FILM RES. 2W J 12k Ω
RN02123ZU001
R804
CARBON RES. 1/4W J 100 Ω
RCX4JATZ0101
R652
CARBON RES. 1/4W J 10k Ω
RCX4JATZ0103
R811
CHIP RES. 1/10W J 10k Ω
RRXAJB5Z0103
R653
CARBON RES. 1/4W J 15k Ω
RCX4JATZ0153
R812
CHIP RES. 1/10W J 82k Ω
RRXAJB5Z0823
R654
CARBON RES. 1/4W J 2.2k Ω
RCX4JATZ0222
R813
CHIP RES. 1/10W J 1k Ω
RRXAJB5Z0102
R655
CARBON RES. 1/4W J 180 Ω
RCX4JATZ0181
R814
CHIP RES. 1/10W J 4.7k Ω
RRXAJB5Z0472
R656
CHIP RES. 1/10W J 15k Ω
RRXAJB5Z0153
R841
METAL OXIDE FILM RES. 2W J 6.8 Ω
RN026R8ZU001
R657
CHIP RES. 1/10W J 15k Ω
RRXAJB5Z0153
R842
PCB JUMPER D0.6-P5.0
JW5.0T
R659
CHIP RES. 1/10W J 0 Ω
RRXAJB5Z0000
R843
CHIP RES. 1/10W J 2.2k Ω
RRXAJB5Z0222
R660
CARBON RES. 1/4W J 1k Ω
RCX4JATZ0102
R862
CHIP RES. 1/10W J 0 Ω
RRXAJB5Z0000
R661
CARBON RES. 1/4W J 39k Ω
RCX4JATZ0393
R863
CHIP RES. 1/10W J 10k Ω
RRXAJB5Z0103
R662
CARBON RES. 1/4W J 1.8k Ω
RCX4JATZ0182
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SWITCHES
Description
Part No.
CONNECTOR
SW101
TACT SWITCH SKQSAB
SST0101AL038
SW102
TACT SWITCH SKQSAB
SST0101AL038
CN1501
CONNECTOR PIN 1P RT-01N-2.3A
1730688
SW103
TACT SWITCH SKQSAB
SST0101AL038
D1502
RECTIFIER DIODE ERA15-02
AERA1502****
SW104
TACT SWITCH SKQSAB
SST0101AL038
D1511
SWITCHING DIODE 1SS133(T-77)
QDTZ001SS133
SW105
TACT SWITCH SKQSAB
SST0101AL038
D1521
SWITCHING DIODE 1SS133(T-77)
QDTZ001SS133
SW106
TACT SWITCH SKQSAB
SST0101AL038
D1531
SWITCHING DIODE 1SS133(T-77)
QDTZ001SS133
DIODES
MISCELLANEOUS
COIL
AC601#
AC CORD (PB FREE) PB8K9F4110AC057
WAC0172LW019
B2
HEAT SINK L3300UZ
1EM420611
L1501
INDUCTOR 150µH-J-5FT
LLARJCSTU151
TRANSISTORS
B-3
HEAT SINK(PIH)ASSEMBLY L2405µF
0EM408978
Q1511
NPN TRANSISTOR 2SC2482(T6FUNAIF M
QRSZ2SC2482F
BC11
BEAD INDUCTORS FBR07HA121TB-00
LLBF00ZTU021
Q1521
NPN TRANSISTOR 2SC2482(T6FUNAIF M
QRSZ2SC2482F
BC571
BEAD INDUCTORS FBA04HA600VB-00
LLBF00STU026
Q1531
NPN TRANSISTOR 2SC2482(T6FUNAIF M
QRSZ2SC2482F
BC572
PCB JUMPER D0.6-P5.0
JW5.0T
BC603
BEAD INDUCTORS FBR07HA121TB-00
LLBF00ZTU021
R1501
PCB JUMPER D0.6-P5.0
BC652
PCB JUMPER D0.6-P5.0
JW5.0T
R1502
CHIP RES. 1/10W J 0 Ω
RRXAJB5Z0000
BC653
BEAD INDUCTORS FBR07HA121TB-00
LLBF00ZTU021
R1503
PCB JUMPER D0.6-P5.0
JW5.0T
BC654
BEAD INDUCTORS FBR07HA121TB-00
LLBF00ZTU021
R1510#
METAL OXIDE FILM RES. 1W J 15k Ω
RN01153ZU001
BC655
BEAD INDUCTORS FBR07HA121TB-00
LLBF00ZTU021
R1511
CARBON RES. 1/4W J 1.5k Ω
RCX4JATZ0152
RESISTORS
JW5.0T
BC657
PCB JUMPER D0.6-P5.0
JW5.0T
R1513
CARBON RES. 1/4W J 1.5k Ω
RCX4JATZ0152
BC691
BEAD INDUCTORS FBR07HA121TB-00
LLBF00ZTU021
R1515
CARBON RES. 1/4W J 5.6k Ω
RCX4JATZ0562
CF32
CERAMIC FILTER SFSRA4M50CF00-B0
FBB455PMR004
R1518
CARBON RES. 1/4W J 560 Ω
RCX4JATZ0561
CLN301
WIRE ASSEMBLY L=410 5P
WX1L1040-101
R1519
CHIP RES. 1/10W J 33 Ω
RRXAJB5Z0330
CLN501
PARALLEL WIRE 3P
WX1L1114-101
R1520#
METAL OXIDE FILM RES. 1W J 15k Ω
RN01153ZU001
F601#
FUSE 4.00A/125V
PAGG20CNG402
R1521
CARBON RES. 1/4W J 1.5k Ω
RCX4JATZ0152
FH601
FUSE HOLDER MSF-015 LF (B110)
XH01Z00LY002
R1523
CARBON RES. 1/4W J 1.5k Ω
RCX4JATZ0152
FH602
FUSE HOLDER MSF-015 LF (B110)
XH01Z00LY002
R1525
CARBON RES. 1/4W J 5.6k Ω
RCX4JATZ0562
GP642#
GAP. FNR-G3.10D
FAZ000LD6005
CARBON RES. 1/4W J 560 Ω
RCX4JATZ0561
JC703
CHIP RES. 1/10W J 0 Ω
R1528
RRXAJB5Z0000
CHIP RES. 1/10W J 33 Ω
RRXAJB5Z0330
JC704
CHIP RES. 1/10W J 0 Ω
R1529
RRXAJB5Z0000
R1530#
METAL OXIDE FILM RES. 1W J 15k Ω
RN01153ZU001
JK701
JACK RCA PCB L AV1-09-023
JXRL010RP047
R1531
CARBON RES. 1/4W J 1.5k Ω
RCX4JATZ0152
JK702
JACK RCA PCB L AV1-09-024
JXRL010RP048
R1532
CARBON RES. 1/4W J 1.5k Ω
RCX4JATZ0152
JK703
JACK SW RCA PCB L AV1-09-032
JYRL010RP023
R1535
CARBON RES. 1/4W J 5.6k Ω
RCX4JATZ0562
JK711
JACK SW RCA PCB L AV2-20-022
JYRL020RP027
R1538
CARBON RES. 1/4W J 560 Ω
RCX4JATZ0561
JK721
Y/C JACK 1P(SW) DMDC1-01-021
JYEL040RP001
R1539
CHIP RES. 1/10W J 33 Ω
RRXAJB5Z0330
JK801
JACK SW HPEP SML PCB L PJ-323-7
JYSL020YUQ02
JS573
PCB JUMPER D0.6-P7.5
JW7.5T
L1
SCREW B-TIGHT D3X8 BIND HEAD+
GBJB3080
PS691#
THERMISTOR ZPB45BL3R0A
QNBZ45BL3R0A
RCV101
SENSOR REMOTE RECEIVER KSM-602SR2S USESJRSKK049
RL601#
POWER RELAY SDT-S-112LMR
SA601#
SURGE ABSORBER PVR-07D471KB
NVQZ07D471KB
SF11
SAW FILTER SAFHM45M7VAJZ01B03
FBB456PMR012
T571#
TRANS FBT JF0501-3201-G
LTF00CPXB049
T572
H0RIZONTAL DRIVE TRANS LP2-004
LTH00CPA5004
T601#
SWITCHING TRANSFOMER 5704
LTT00CPKT164
TP300
PCB JUMPER D0.6-P10.0
JW10.0T
MISCELLANEOUS
JK1501# CRT SOCKET ISMS02S
JSCC220PK003
JS1511
PCB JUMPER D0.6-P5.0
JW5.0T
JS1521
PCB JUMPER D0.6-P5.0
JW5.0T
JS1531
PCB JUMPER D0.6-P5.0
JW5.0T
MRNDC12QN014
TP601
PCB JUMPER D0.6-P20.0
JW20.0T
TU11
TUNER UNIT TEFH9-001A 5M
UTUNNTUAL050
VR661#
CARBON P.O.T. VZ067TL1 B103 PB(F)
VRCB103HH014
X301
XTAL 3.579545 MHz
FXD355LLN003
CRT CBA
Ref. No.
Description
CRT CBA
Consists of the following:
Part No.
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CAPACITORS
C1502
ELECTROLYTIC CAP. 47µF/16V M
CE1CMASDL470
C1510
CERAMIC CAP. B K 1000pF/2KV
CCD3DKD0B102
C1511
CERAMIC CAP.(AX) B K 330pF/50V
CCA1JKT0B331
C1521
CERAMIC CAP.(AX) B K 270pF/50V
CCA1JKT0B271
C1531
CERAMIC CAP.(AX) B K 330pF/50V
CCA1JKT0B331
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L3314WQ
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