Magnavox 27TP83 C101 Service manual

Philips Consumer Electronics
Manual 7583
Model no.: 26LL590121
First Publish: 10-9-2000
Rev. Date: 08-02-2004
Print Date: 10/07/2006
Technical Service Data
Service and Quality
Service Publications Dept.
One Philips Drive
P.O. Box 14810
Knoxville, TN 37914
Pg. SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS AND PC BOARDS
11. BTSC DECODER - SECT. A9
12. NICAM-2CS DECODER - SECT. A10
13. SMART SOUND - SECT. A11
14. AUDIO AMPLIFIER - SECT. A12
15. HEADPHONE - SECT. A13
16. REAR I/O CINCH - SECT. A14
17. CRT PANEL - SECT. B
18. MAIN CHASSIC & CRT (TOP VIEW)
19. MAIN CHASSIS & CRT (BOTTOM VIEW)
1. F8 Wiring Diagram
2. OVERALL FUNCTION
3. POWER SUPPLY - SECT. A1
4. HORIZONTAL DEFLECTION - SECT. A2
5. VERTICAL DEFLECTION - SECT. A3
6. SYNCRONIZATION - SECT. A4
7. TUNER/VIDEO IF - SECT. A5
8. VIDEO PROCESSING - SECT. A6
9. CONTROL PROCESSOR - SECT. A7
10. CUSTOME CONTROL - SECT. A8
REFER TO SAFETY GUIDELINES
SAFETY NOTICE: ANY PERSON ATTEMPTING TO SERVICE THIS CHASSIS MUST FAMILIARIZE
HIMSELF WITH THE CHASSIS AND BE AWARE OF THE NECESSARY SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
TO BE USED WHEN SERVICING ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT CONTAINING HIGH VOLTAGES.
CAUTION: USE A SEPARATE ISOLATION TRANSFORMER FOR THIS UNIT WHEN SERVICING
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Philips Consumer Electronics
Manual 7583
Model no.: 26LL590121
First Publish: 10-9-2000
Rev. Date: 08-02-2004
Print Date: 10/07/2006
Technical Service Data
Service and Quality
Service Publications Dept.
One Philips Drive
P.O. Box 14810
Knoxville, TN 37914
Mechanical Assembly
REFER TO SAFETY GUIDELINES
SAFETY NOTICE: ANY PERSON ATTEMPTING TO SERVICE THIS CHASSIS MUST FAMILIARIZE
HIMSELF WITH THE CHASSIS AND BE AWARE OF THE NECESSARY SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
TO BE USED WHEN SERVICING ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT CONTAINING HIGH VOLTAGES.
CAUTION: USE A SEPARATE ISOLATION TRANSFORMER FOR THIS UNIT WHEN SERVICING
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DISASSEMBLY INTRODUCTIONS
(Display Cabinet Back Removal Illustration)
(Display Main Chassis Removal Illustration)
(Display Service Position Illustration)
(Display Cabinet Back Removal Illustration)
(Display Main Chassis Removal Illustration)
(Display Service Position Illustration)
Philips Consumer Electronics
Manual 7583
Model no.: 26LL590121
First Publish: 10-9-2000
Rev. Date: 08-02-2004
Print Date: 10/07/2006
Technical Service Data
Service and Quality
Service Publications Dept.
One Philips Drive
P.O. Box 14810
Knoxville, TN 37914
Mechanical Diagrams
REFER TO SAFETY GUIDELINES
SAFETY NOTICE: ANY PERSON ATTEMPTING TO SERVICE THIS CHASSIS MUST FAMILIARIZE
HIMSELF WITH THE CHASSIS AND BE AWARE OF THE NECESSARY SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
TO BE USED WHEN SERVICING ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT CONTAINING HIGH VOLTAGES.
CAUTION: USE A SEPARATE ISOLATION TRANSFORMER FOR THIS UNIT WHEN SERVICING
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Philips Consumer Electronics
Manual 7583
Model no.: 26LL590121
First Publish: 10-9-2000
Rev. Date: 08-02-2004
Print Date: 10/07/2006
Technical Service Data
Service and Quality
Service Publications Dept.
One Philips Drive
P.O. Box 14810
Knoxville, TN 37914
Troubleshooting
REFER TO SAFETY GUIDELINES
SAFETY NOTICE: ANY PERSON ATTEMPTING TO SERVICE THIS CHASSIS MUST FAMILIARIZE
HIMSELF WITH THE CHASSIS AND BE AWARE OF THE NECESSARY SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
TO BE USED WHEN SERVICING ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT CONTAINING HIGH VOLTAGES.
CAUTION: USE A SEPARATE ISOLATION TRANSFORMER FOR THIS UNIT WHEN SERVICING
© Philips Electronics North America Corporation
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Philips Consumer Electronics
Manual 7583
Model no.: 26LL590121
First Publish: 10-9-2000
Rev. Date: 08-02-2004
Print Date: 10/07/2006
Technical Service Data
Service and Quality
Service Publications Dept.
One Philips Drive
P.O. Box 14810
Knoxville, TN 37914
General Information
REFER TO SAFETY GUIDELINES
SAFETY NOTICE: ANY PERSON ATTEMPTING TO SERVICE THIS CHASSIS MUST FAMILIARIZE
HIMSELF WITH THE CHASSIS AND BE AWARE OF THE NECESSARY SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
TO BE USED WHEN SERVICING ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT CONTAINING HIGH VOLTAGES.
CAUTION: USE A SEPARATE ISOLATION TRANSFORMER FOR THIS UNIT WHEN SERVICING
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F8 CHASSIS INTRODUCTION
The F8 chassis is a leader TV chassis produced by Philips Consumer Electronics
Company for the 1999 model year. The F8 chassis is used in sets with 25“ and
27“ screen sizes. The F8 chassis is a global design and is oriented front to rear, or
”north to south“, as it has been called. The F8 chassis tuning system features 181
channels with on-screen display (OSD). The main tuning system uses a tuner, a
microcomputer IC, and a memory IC mounted on the main chassis. The
microcomputer communicates with the memory IC, the customer keyboard,
remote receiver, U/V tuner, signal processor IC and the audio output IC via the
I2C bus. The memory IC retains the settings for favorite stations,
customer-preferred settings, and service/factory data.
The F8 chassis uses a Very Large Scale (VLSI) Integrated Circuit for signal
processing. This IC performs video IF, sound IF processing, AGC control, horizontal
and vertical drive and synchronization, also luminance/chrominance processing. The
on-screen graphics and closed caption decoding are done within the microprocessor,
and then sent to the signal processor IC to be added to the main signal.
The F8 chassis utilizes a switch mode power supply for the main voltage source.
The chassis has a hot chassis ground reference on the primary side of the power
supply, and a cold ground reference on the secondary side of the power supply
and the rest of the chassis. ALWAYS USE AN ISOLATION TRANSFORMER
WHEN SERVICING THIS CHASSIS FOR YOUR SAFETY.
MODEL TO MODULE LIST
The model to Module list shown below identifies all electrical panels, modules
and assemblies used in each model produced with the F8 chassis. This
information was current at time of printing.
Information concerning cabinet parts and cabinet mounted parts (CRT/Yoke/etc.)
is shown in the Cabinet Replacement Parts List.
Replacement part numbers for each module are provided in the Chassis Panel
Replacement Parts List.
If you are attempting to service a model equipped with the F8 chassis, the
necessary electrical information should be covered in this service manual, even if
the corresponding model number is not listed.
Model
Panel Number
Size
Description
25PT10-C121
00EMF803-A002
25”
PHILIPS – MAGNAVOX
Main Chassis
25PT15-C121
00EMF806 A002
25”
PHILIPS – MAGNAVOX
Main Chassis
25TR19-C121
00EMF803-A001
25“
PHILIPS – MAGNAVOX
Main Chassis
25TS56-C121
00EMF806-A001
25“
PHILIPS – MAGNAVOX
Main Chassis
26LL59-0121
00EMF820-A001, A002
25“
PHILIPS - LATIN AMERICA
Main Chassis
26LL59-1121
00EMF821-A001
25“
PHILIPS - LATIN AMERICA
Main Chassis
26LW59-2221
00EMF822-A001, A002
25“
PHILIPS - LATIN AMERICA
Main Chassis
26LW59-3221
00EMF823-A001
25“
PHILIPS - LATIN AMERICA
Main Chassis
27TS57-C101
00EMF832-A101, A102
27“
PHILIPS – MAGNAVOX
Main Chassis
27TS57-C121
00EMF832-A102
27”
PHILIPS – MAGNAVOX
Main Chassis
29LL69-0121
00EMF850-A001, A002
27“
PHILIPS - LATIN AMERICA
Main Chassis
29LL69-1121
00EMF851-A001
27“
PHILIPS - LATIN AMERICA
Main Chassis
CH1927-C101
00EMF893-A102
00A10680-B002
00A10777-A001
27”
PHILIPS – INDUSTRIAL TELEVISION - SMARTPORT
Main Chassis
Channel One Card
Interface Module
HD2511-C121
00EMF801-A001
25“
PHILIPS – MAGNAVOX
Main Chassis
HD2530-C121
00EMF804-A001
25“
PHILIPS – MAGNAVOX
Main Chassis
HD2720-C101
00EMF830-A101
or
00EMF831-A102
27“
PHILIPS – MAGNAVOX
Main Chassis
LL9125-C121
25”
PHILIPS – INDUSTRIAL TELEVISION - SMARTPORT
00EMF899-A002
Main Chassis
MS2530C221
313917808991
25"
PHILIPS – MAGNAVOX
Main Chassis
MS2530C225
313917808991
25"
PHILIPS – MAGNAVOX
Main Chassis
MS2730C221
313917868471
27"
PHILIPS – MAGNAVOX
Main Chassis
OCC925-C121
00EMF891 A001
00A10777-A001
25“
PHILIPS – MAGNAVOX
Main Chassis
Interface Module
OCC927-C101
00EMF893 A001, A102
00A10777-A001
27“
PHILIPS – MAGNAVOX
Main Chassis
Interface Module
PA9027-C101
00EMF894 A102
00AVJ250 A001
00A10757 A001
00A10778 A001
00A10791 A001
00A10808 A001
27”
PHILIPS – INDUSTRIAL TELEVISION - SMARTPORT
Main Chassis
Pro video Card Assembly
L9 Audio Jack Panel
L9 ITV Front A-V
Comb Filter Panel
Pro Plus Interface
PA9032-C101
00EMF895 A102
00AVJ250 A001
00A10757 A001
00A10791 A001
00A10808 A001
32”
PHILIPS – INDUSTRIAL TELEVISION - SMARTPORT
Main Chassis
Pro video Card Assembly
L9 Audio Jack Panel
Comb Filter Panel
Pro Plus Interface
PC9225-C121
00EMF891-A001, A102
00A10777-A001
25“
PHILIPS – MAGNAVOX
Main Chassis
Interface Module
PC9227-C101
00EMF893-A101, A102
00A10777-A001
27“
PHILIPS INDUSTRIAL TELEVISION - CARD SET
Main Chassis
Interface Module
PL9125-C121
00EMF890-A001, A002
25“
PHILIPS – INDUSTRIAL TELEVISION - SMARTPORT
Main Chassis
PL9127-C101
00EMF892-A101, A102
27“
PHILIPS – INDUSTRIAL TELEVISION - SMARTPORT
Main Chassis
PPC927-C101
00EMF894 A102
00A10791 A001
00A10757 A001
00A10778 A001
00A10808 A001
27”
PHILIPS – INDUSTRIAL TELEVISION - SMARTPORT
Main Chassis
Comb Filter Panel
L9 Audio Jack Panel
L9 ITV Front A/V
Pro Plus Interface
PPC932-C101
32”
PHILIPS – INDUSTRIAL TELEVISION - SMARTPORT
00EMF895 A102
00A10757 A001
00A10791 A001
00A10808 A001
SC2932C121
313501700770
00A10808 A001
00A10757 A001
00AVJ222 A001
00A10654 A001
00EMF895 A002
00A10791 A001
SCN927-C101
00EMF894 A102
00A10757 A001
00A10777 A001
00A10778 A001
00A10791 A001
Main Chassis
L9 Audio Jack Panel
Comb Filter Panel
Pro Plus Interface
32"
27”
PHILIPS INDUSTRIAL TELEVISION - CARD SET
Scan Card
Pro Plus Interface
Audio Jack Panel
Scan Converter Card
Scan Converter Jack Panel
Main Chassis
Comb Filter Panel
PHILIPS – INDUSTRIAL TELEVISION - SMARTPORT
Main Chassis
L9 Audio Jack Panel
Interface Module
L9 ITV Front A/V
Comb Filter Panel
SCN932C101
00EMF895 A102
00A10757 A001
00A10777 A001
00A10791 A001
32”
PHILIPS – INDUSTRIAL TELEVISION - SMARTPORT
Main Chassis
L9 Audio Jack Panel
Interface Module
Comb Filter Panel
TC9225-C121
00EMF891-A001, A002
00A10777-A001
25“
PHILIPS – MAGNAVOX
Main Chassis
Interface Module
TL9125-C121
00EMF890-A001, A002
25“
PHILIPS – INDUSTRIAL TELEVISION - SMARTPORT
Main Chassis
TL9127-C101
00EMF892-A101, A102
27“
PHILIPS – INDUSTRIAL TELEVISION - SMARTPORT
Main Chassis
TR2503-C121
00EMF801-A001
25“
PHILIPS – MAGNAVOX
Main Chassis
TR2519-C121
00EMF803-A001
25“
PHILIPS – MAGNAVOX
Main Chassis
TS2546-C121
00EMF804-A001, A002
25“
PHILIPS – MAGNAVOX
Main Chassis
TS2556-C121
00EMF806-A001, A002
25“
PHILIPS – MAGNAVOX
Main Chassis
TS2575-C121
00EMF807-A001, A002
25“
PHILIPS – MAGNAVOX
Main Chassis
TS2746-C101
00EMF830-A101, A102
27“
PHILIPS – MAGNAVOX
Main Chassis
TS2746-C121
00EMF830-A102
27“
PHILIPS – MAGNAVOX
Main Chassis
TS2757-C101
00EMF832-A101
27“
PHILIPS – MAGNAVOX
Main Chassis
TS2774-C101
00EMF833-A101, A102
27“
PHILIPS – MAGNAVOX
Main Chassis
TS2774-C121
00EMF833-A102
27“
PHILIPS – MAGNAVOX
Main Chassis
TS3256-C101
00EMF880-A102
32”
PHILIPS – MAGNAVOX
Main Chassis
TS3256-C121
00EMF880-A002
32”
PHILIPS – MAGNAVOX
Main Chassis
XR2503-C121
00EMF801-A001, A002
25“
PHILIPS – MAGNAVOX
Main Chassis
XS2556-C121
25“
PHILIPS – MAGNAVOX
00EMF806-A001, A002
XS2757-C101
00EMF832-A101, A102
Main Chassis
27“
PHILIPS – MAGNAVOX
Main Chassis
Remote
Replacement
RC0702/04 RCO705/00 RC282901/01 RC282901/04 RC2524/04
3139 148
3139 228
3139 228
3139 228
3139 228
54201
80571
81441
81451
81591
Philips
PH/MX
RC0705
------------Remote Drawing
RC0702
RCL9UB
RCL9UB
RCU82C
TR2503-C121
X
25TR19-C121
X
25TS56-C121
X
26LL59-0121
X
26LL59-1121
X
26LW59-2221
X
26LW59-3221
X
27TS57-C101
X
29LL69-0121
X
29LL69-1121
X
HD2511-C121
X
HD2530-C121
X
HD2720-C101
TL9125-C121
X
TL9127-C101
X
TR2519-C121
X
TS2546-C121
X
TS2556-C121
X
TS2575-C121
X
TS2746-C101
X
TS2757-C101
X
TS2774-C101
X
XR2503-C121
X
XS2556-C121
X
XS2757-C101
X
No Remote
OCC925-C121
No Remote
OCC927-C101
No Remote
PC9225-C121
No Remote
PC9227-C101
No Remote
PL9125-C121
No Remote
PL9127-C101
No Remote
TC9225-C121
Display Quick-Use Guide for RC0702 Transmitter
Display Quick-Use Guide for RCU82C Transmitter
RC2528/04
3139 228
82051
RCU82D
-------------
X
MODEL TO REMOTE CROSS-REFERENCE
Remote
Replacement
RC0702/04 RCO705/00 RC282901/01 RC282901/04 RC2524/04
3139 148
3139 228
3139 228
3139 228
3139 228
54201
80571
81441
81451
81591
Philips
PH/MX
RC0705
------------Remote Drawing
RC0702
RCL9UB
RCL9UB
RCU82C
TR2503-C121
X
25TR19-C121
X
25TS56-C121
X
26LL59-0121
X
26LL59-1121
X
26LW59-2221
X
26LW59-3221
X
27TS57-C101
X
29LL69-0121
X
29LL69-1121
X
HD2511-C121
X
HD2530-C121
X
HD2720-C101
TL9125-C121
X
TL9127-C101
X
TR2519-C121
X
TS2546-C121
X
TS2556-C121
X
TS2575-C121
X
TS2746-C101
X
TS2757-C101
X
TS2774-C101
X
XR2503-C121
X
XS2556-C121
X
XS2757-C101
X
No Remote
OCC925-C121
No Remote
OCC927-C101
No Remote
PC9225-C121
No Remote
PC9227-C101
No Remote
PL9125-C121
No Remote
PL9127-C101
No Remote
TC9225-C121
Display Quick-Use Guide for RC0702 Transmitter
Display Quick-Use Guide for RCU82C Transmitter
Display Quick-Use Guide for RCL9UB Transmitter
RC2528/04
3139 228
82051
RCU82D
-------------
X
MODEL TO JACKPANEL CROSS-REFERENCE
Display JP9000 Jack Panel
Display JP9103 Jack Panel
Display JP9106 Jack Panel
Models
TR2503-C121
25TR19-C121
25TS56-C121
26LL59-0121
26LL59-1121
26LW59-2221
26LW59-3221
27TS57-C101
29LL69-0121
29LL69-1121
HD2511-C121
HD2530-C121
HD2720-C101
TR2503-C121
TR2519-C121
TS2546-C121
TS2556-C121
TS2575-C121
TS2746-C101
TS2757-C101
TS2774-C101
XR2503-C121
XS2556-C121
XS2757-C101
TL9125-C121
TL9127-C101
OCC925-C121
OCC927-C101
PC9225-C121
PC9227-C101
PL9125-C121
PL9127-C101
TC9225-C121
Jack Panels
JP9000 JP9103 JP9106
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
No Jack Panel
No Jack Panel
No Jack Panel
No Jack Panel
No Jack Panel
No Jack Panel
No Jack Panel
No Jack Panel
No Jack Panel
GLOSSARY OF TERMS, ACRONYMS, AND ABBREVIATIONS
2CS
AFC
AFT
AP
ATS
AV
AVL
BTSC
CBA
CC
CSM
CVBS
DNR
EEPROM
Error Buffer
Error Code
EU
EXT
FM
I²C
ID
IDENT
IF
IN
IT
LATAM
LED
Local Keyboard
MA
NR
NTSC
NVM
OB
OSD
PCB
PIP
PLL
PP
RAM
RC
RC-5
RGB
ROM
SAM
SAP
SCL
SDA
SDM
SVHS
Top Level Menu
V-Chip
Two Channel Stereo
Automatic Frequency Control
Automatic Fine Tuning
Asia Pacific
Automatic Tuning System
External Audio/Video
Automatic Volume Level control
Broadcast Television Standard Committee (TV Stereo)
Circuit Board Assembly (PCB)
Closed Captioning
Customer Service Mode
Color Video Blanking Sync
Dynamic Noise Reduction
Electrical Erasable Programmable Read-Only Memory
Register that keeps track of errors that occur and stores error codes
A numerical value used to indicate a failure in the television
Europe
External audio/video input
Frequency Modulation
Inter IC bus, 2-wire bi-directional (SCL/SDA)
Identification
Horizontal coincidence signal, transmitter identification
Intermediate Frequency
ITT sound IC with NICAM function
ITT sound IC without NICAM function
Latin America
Light Emitting Diode
The buttons (usually volume up, volume down, channel up, and channel down)
located on the front of the television set
Mono All; single mono carrier receiver
Noise Reduction
National Television Systems Committee (video)
Non Volatile Memory
Option Byte (Feature Byte)
On Screen Display
Printed Circuit Board (CBA)
Picture In Picture
Phase Locked Loop
Personal Preference
Random Access Memory
Remote Control
Remote Control system 5
Red Green Blue
Read Only Memory
Service Alignment Mode
Second Audio Program
Serial Clock
Serial Data
Service Default Mode
Super Video Home System
This refers to the main menu (as opposed to sub menus) in SAM
Violence-Chip
VCR
Y/C
Video Cassette Recorder
Luminance/Chrominance (video)
SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS FOR REPAIRS
1. Safety regulations require that during a repair:
•
•
•
the set should be connected to the mains via an isolating transformer
safety components, indicated by the symbol s , should be replaced by components
identical to the original ones
when replacing the CRT, safety goggles must be worn
2. Safety regulations require that after a repair the set must be returned in its original
condition. In particular, attention should be paid to the following points:
Note:
This resoldering is advised to prevent bad connections due to metal fatigue in solder
joints, and is therefore only necessary for television sets older than 2 years.
• As a strict precaution, we advise you to resolder the solder joints through which the
horizontal deflection current is flowing, in particular:
- All pins of the line output transformer (LOT)
- flyback capacitor(s)
- S-correction capacitor(s)
- line output transistor
- pins of the connector with wires to the deflection coil
- other components through which the deflection current flows
• Resolder points are marked by a white circle on the bottom of the CBA.
• The wire trees and EHT cable should be routed correctly and fixed with the
mounted cable clamps.
• The insulation of the mains lead should be checked for external damage.
• The mains lead strain relief should be checked for its function in order to avoid
touching the CRT, hot components or heat sinks.
• The electrical DC resistance between the mains plug and the secondary side
should be checked (only for sets which have a mains isolated power supply).
This check can be done as follows:
- unplug the mains cord and connect a wire between the two pins of the mains
plug
- set the mains switch to the on position (keep the mains cord unplugged!)
- measure the resistance value between the pins of the mains plug and the
metal shielding of the tuner or the aerial connection on the set. The reading
should be between 4.5 Megohm and 12 Megohm.
- switch off the TV and remove the wire between the two pins of the mains plug
• The cabinet should be checked for defects to avoid touching of any inner parts by
the customer.
JP9000 JP9103 JP9106 JP9202 JP9204 JP9403 JP9406 JP9410 JP9411 JP9519
RF Input/ 75 ohm 75 ohm 75 ohm 75 ohm 75 ohm 75 ohm 75 ohm 75 ohm 75 ohm 2 x 75
Antenna
ohm
Jacks
0
3
6
2
4
3
7
10
11
19
Quantity
Video
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
3
Input
JP9523
2 x 75
ohm
23
3
JACK PANEL DEFINITIONS
JP9000 JP9103 JP9106 JP9202 JP9204 JP9403 JP9406 JP9410 JP9411 JP9519 JP9523
RF Input/ 75 ohm 75 ohm 75 ohm 75 ohm 75 ohm 75 ohm 75 ohm 75 ohm 75 ohm 2 x 75
2 x 75
Antenna
ohm
ohm
Jacks
0
3
6
2
4
3
7
10
11
19
23
Quantity
Video
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
3
3
Input
Audio
L-R
L-R
1
L-R
1
L-R
2 (L-R) 2 (L-R) "3(L-R) "3(L-R)
Input
2-Rear, 2-Rear,
1-Side" 1-Side"
SVHS
1
2
2
Input
(1-Rear/ (1-Rear/
1-Side) 1-Side)
ead-phon
Front
Front
Front
Front
Side
Side
Surround
4
Sound
Speaker
Out
Video Out
1
1
1
1
1
1
Audio
L-R
L-R
L-R
L-R
L-R*
L-R*
Output
(Fixed)
(Fixed) (Fixed) (Fixed)
Smart
Plug
CH. 1
Demod.
Theft
Control
Pillow
Control
Guide +
1
1
Gold
YUV
3
3
Comp. In
"* Only one set of audio output jacks, menu selectable, switchable between fixed and variable output"
MAIN CHASSIS SCHEMATIC NOTES:
UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED:
1. ALL VOLTAGES AND WAVEFORMS WERE TAKEN UNDER THE FOLLOWING
CONDITIONS:
- LINE VOLTAGE MAINTAINED AT 120VAC, 60Hz VIA AN ISOLATION
TRANSFORMER.
- SET IN SDM (SERVICE DISPLAY MODE). To enter SDM, press 0-6-2-5-9-6-Menu
on the remote control.
- ALL VOLTAGES WERE TAKEN FROM MODEL TS2774C101.
2. ALL WAVEFORMS WERE TAKEN WITH AN NTSC SIGNAL GENERATOR
DELIVERING 10mVp-p AT THE ANTENNA INPUT.
3. ON VOLTAGE CHARTS:
- VOLTAGES IN THE "Signal" COLUMN WERE TAKEN WITH AN NTSC SIGNAL
GENERATOR DELIVERING 10mVp-p AT THE ANTENNA INPUT.
- VOLTAGES IN THE "No Signal" COLUMN WERE TAKEN WITH NO SIGNAL
APPLIED.
- VOLTAGES IN THE "Standby" COLUMN WERE TAKEN WITH THE SET IN
STANDBY MODE (Power supplied to the chassis, set turned off).
4. ALL VOLTAGES ARE POSITIVE DC WITH RESPECT TO GROUND IN THAT
SECTION OF THE CHASSIS, AND MAY VARY DUE TO NORMAL PRODUCTION
TOLERANCES.
5. COMPONENT AND SPECIAL SYMBOLS:
* INDICATES A COMPONENT WHICH WILL VARY DEPENDING ON SCREEN
SIZE, PRODUCTION DATES, AND OPTION FEATURES INSTALLED. PLEASE
SEE THE REPLACEMENT PARTS LIST FOR SPECIFIC PART INFORMATION.
• INDICATES A COMPONENT IS AN SMD ”CHIP“ TYPE COMPONENT, AND AS
SUCH WILL BE LOCATED ON THE BOTTOM Side OF THE CBA.
6. A HIGH VOLTAGE OSCILLOSCOPE PROBE (100:1) IS NEEDED TO MEASURE THE
WAVEFORM AT THE HORIZONTAL OUTPUT TRANSISTOR (PART # 7620).
7. SPARK GAPS SHOWN ON THE CRT SCHEMATIC ARE INTERNAL TO THE CRT
SOCKET.
8. THE NUMBERS 1a THROUGH 38b, SHOWN IN ENCLOSED BOXES,
CORRESPOND TO THE WAVEFORM PHOTOGRAPHS.
9. FOR VOLTAGE, WATTAGE, AND TOLERANCE RATINGS OF RESISTORS AND
CAPACITORS, PLEASE SEE THE ELECTRICAL REPLACEMENT PARTS LIST.
10.
INDICATES PCE REPLACEMENT PART NUMBER ONLY.
MAIN CHASSIS WAVEFORM NOTES:
UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED:
ALL WAVEFORMS WERE TAKEN UNDER THE FOLLOWING CONDITIONS:
- LINE VOLTAGE MAINTAINED AT 120VAC, 60Hz VIA AN ISOLATION
TRANSFORMER.
- SET IN SDM (SERVICE DISPLAY MODE). TO ENTER SDM, PRESS
0-6-2-5-9-6-MENU ON THE REMOTE CONTROL.
- ALL WAVEFORMS WERE TAKEN FROM MODEL TS2774-C101.
- ALL WAVEFORMS WERE TAKEN WITH AN NTSC SIGNAL GENERATOR
DELIVERING 10mVp-p AT THE ANTENNA INPUT.
- SWEEP TIME/CM SETTINGS ARE SHOWN WITH THE FIGURES IN THE
CALIBRATED POSITION.
- THE ACTUAL SWEEP TIMES AND VOLTAGES PRESENT ARE SHOWN
WHEREVER POSSIBLE.
-
COMPOSITE VIDEO SIGNALS ARE SHOWN WITHOUT SWEEP TIME AND
VOLTAGES PRESENT BECAUSE THESE SIGNALS HAVE VARIABLE SWEEP
TIMES AND VOLTAGES.
A HIGH VOLTAGE OSCILLOSCOPE PROBE (100:1) IS NEEDED TO MEASURE
THE WAVEFORM AT THE HORIZONTAL OUTPUT TRANSISTOR (PART #
7460).
THE DESIGNATORS A1a THROUGH V6c, SHOWN IN ENCLOSED BOXES,
CORRESPOND TO THE WAVEFORM PHOTOGRAPHS.
AUDIO WAVEFORM NOTES:
THESE NOTES APPLY ONLY TO THE AUDIO WAVEFORMS (A1a THROUGH A3d).
AUDIO WAVEFORMS WERE TAKEN UNDER THE FOLLOWING CONDITIONS:
- ALL WAVEFORMS WERE TAKEN WITH A LEADER LMS-238 SOUND
GENERATOR CONNECTED AT THE ANTENNA INPUT, WITH THE FOLLOWING
SETTINGS:
- INT FREQUENCY SET TO 1kHz
- STEREO (L+R), PILOT ON
- VIF/RF OUTPUT AT CHANNEL 3
- ALL WAVEFORMS WERE TAKEN FROM MODEL TS2774C101.
- TELEVISION SET TO CHANNEL 3 IN NORMAL MODE.
- DO NOT MUTE THE SET.
- SET THE TELEVISION VOLUME AT 40.
- THE SPEAKERS MAY BE DISCONNECTED AT CONNECTOR #0234 (BOARD
LOCATION B-1) IF THE AUDIO OUTPUT CAUSES A DISTRACTION TO THE
SERVICER.
OPTION BYTES & FEATURE LISTING
USA/CANADIAN CHASSIS LISTINGS
LATIN AMERICAN CHASSIS LISTINGS
INDUSTRIAL CHASSIS LISTINGS
Display Quick-Use Guide for RC0702 Transmitter
Display Quick-Use Guide for RCU82C Transmitter
Display Quick-Use Guide for RCL9UB Transmitter
Display JP9000 Jack Panel
Display JP9103 Jack Panel
Display JP9106 Jack Panel
USA/CANADIAN CHASSIS LISTINGS
Philips Consumer Electronics
Manual 7583
Model no.: 26LL590121
First Publish: 10-9-2000
Rev. Date: 08-02-2004
Print Date: 10/07/2006
Technical Service Data
Service and Quality
Service Publications Dept.
One Philips Drive
P.O. Box 14810
Knoxville, TN 37914
Electrical Adjustments
REFER TO SAFETY GUIDELINES
SAFETY NOTICE: ANY PERSON ATTEMPTING TO SERVICE THIS CHASSIS MUST FAMILIARIZE
HIMSELF WITH THE CHASSIS AND BE AWARE OF THE NECESSARY SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
TO BE USED WHEN SERVICING ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT CONTAINING HIGH VOLTAGES.
CAUTION: USE A SEPARATE ISOLATION TRANSFORMER FOR THIS UNIT WHEN SERVICING
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SERVICE ADJUSTMENTS
Required Tools For Servicing:
Isolation Transformer
Multimeter
Oscilloscope
High Voltage (100:1) Oscilloscope Probe
Sencore VG91 Universal Video Generator
Service Adjustment Notes:
Unless Otherwise Specified:
1. All service adjustments are ”hot“ voltagewise. For maximum safety, ensure the
use of properly insulated tools.
2. Refer to the F8 Main Chassis Printed Circuit Board for location of test points and
adjustable components.
3. Grid Locations (Ex.: D-2) next to the reference numbers for components refer to
the Main Chassis Printed Circuit Board.
Caution: The F8 chassis incorporates a ”hot“ ground system. Always use a
separate isolation transformer when applying power to the exposed
chassis.
Focus Adjustment
1. Tune the set to a local or cable station.
2. Adjust the Focus Control (located on the upper part of the flyback transformer) for
best picture details at high light conditions.
Degaussing the Television
1. Position the television so that the screen faces the direction it will be facing when
in use.
2. Ensure the set is turned off.
3. Move a degaussing coil in a circular motion slowly around the sides and front of
the set.
4. Withdraw the degaussing coil at least six feet from the television before
disconnecting it from its power source.
Service Modes:
Introduction
1. There are three service modes used in the F8 chassis. They are:
a. SDM - Service Default Mode
b. SAM - Service Alignment Mode
c. CSM - Customer Service Mode
2. The Service Default Mode (SDM) is a technical aid for the service technician. It is
used for setting of options, reading error codes, and erasing error codes. This
mode displays the Run Timer, Software Version, and current option settings.
Service Default Mode (SDM) also establishes a fixed, repeatable setting of
controls to allow measurements to be made. On screen display is kept at a
minimum to reduce the cluttering of waveforms with unwanted information.
3. The Service Alignment Mode (SAM) is used to make tuning adjustments, align
the white tone, adjust the picture geometry, and make sound adjustments.
4. The Customer Service Mode shows error codes and information on the TV
operation settings. The servicer can instruct the customer to enter CSM by
telephone and read off the information displayed. This helps the servicer to
diagnose problems and failures in the TV set before making a service call.
5. When in a service mode, "SDM" (for Service Default Mode) or ”SAM“ (for Service
Alignment Mode) or ”CSM“ (for Customer Service Mode) will be displayed (in
green) in the top right corner of the screen. All other On Screen Display (except
highlighted items in SDM or SAM) will be in red.
6. It will be memorized in the EEPROM that the TV set is in SDM or SAM. This is
necessary because the TV must show up in SDM or SAM again after an AC
power interrupt.
7. When the television is in SAM or SDM, all normal features (such as volume
control and direct channel access) are available.
EEPROM Replacement or Defective EEPROM
After replacing a EEPROM (or with a defective/no EEPROM) default settings will be
used that enable the set to start up and that allow access to the Service Default Mode
and Service Alignment Mode.
Service unfriendly modes
In the service modes, a number of modes/features are ignored since they interfere
with diagnosing or repairing a set. These are ”service unfriendly modes.“
”Ignoring“ means that the event that is triggered is not executed; the setting remains
unchanged (Example: Timer OFF: 8:00 PM; the set will not switch OFF in service
mode at 8:00PM, but the setting will remain).
The service unfriendly modes are:
• (Sleep) timer
• Blue mute
• Auto switch off (when there is no video signal identified)
• Hotel or hospital mode
• Smart lock or blocking by V-chip
• Skipping and/or blanking of ”Not Favorite“ channels
• Automatic storing of Personal Preset settings
• Automatic user menu time-out (menu switches back or OFF automatically)
Service Default Mode (SDM)
1. The Service Default Mode (SDM), sets the option codes and bytes of the set, and
displays the error codes (the Power LED begins blinking procedure for error code
display, if errors are detected). SDM also overrides software protections.
The Service Default Mode (SDM) must be used when taking voltages and
waveforms.
2. To enter the Service Default Mode, press the following key sequence on the
remote control transmitter:
0-6-2-5-9-6-Menu
Do not allow the display to time out between entries while keying the sequence.
SDM can also be entered by pressing the Channel Down and Volume Down keys
on the local keyboard simultaneously while in SAM mode.
When Service Default Mode is entered, the text "SDM" will be displayed in the
upper right corner of the screen.
3. When Service Default Mode is entered, the Power LED will begin blinking to
display any detected error codes, the set automatically tunes to Channel 3
(61.25 MHz), and service unfriendly modes are disabled. All customer controls
are set to predetermined values.
4. When the unit is operating in Service Default Mode, all normal on-screen displays
are suppressed and replaced by a special service display. A sample SDM display
is shown below.
5. To select an option code or option byte in SDM, use the Menu Up or Menu Down
keys on the remote control.
6. To change the value of an option code, use the Menu Left or Menu Right keys.
7. To change the value of an option byte, enter the new value using the numeric
keys on the remote control.
8. Press the Status button on the remote control to toggle the OSD (except ”SDM“)
ON and OFF to prevent the OSD from interfering with measurements and
oscilloscope waveforms.
9. Press the Menu button on the remote control while in SDM to switch the software
to a Virtual Customer Mode; the text "SDM" will still be displayed in the upper
right corner of the screen. In this mode, all customer menu adjustments to the set
can be made. From the Virtual Customer Mode, press the Menu button to return
to the SDM display.
10. To exit the Service Default Mode and erase the error codes, turn the unit off with
the Power button on the remote control then unplug the AC cord.
11. To exit the Service Default Mode and save the error codes, unplug the AC cord to
turn off the set. When the set is turned on again, the Service Default Mode will
still be active.
Explanation of Display:
Run Timer
The run timer counts the normal operation hours, not the standby hours. The actual
value of the run timer is displayed in SDM and CSM. The run timer displays hours in
hexadecimal format. This display will increment based on the amount of time the
set has been on. The timer will also be incremented one hour each time the set is
turned on.
Software Identification, Cluster, and Version
The software identification, cluster, and version will be shown in the service main
menu display.
These numbers consist of the last part of the customer identification printed on the IC
package; the screen will show ”AAABBC-X.Y“. (Example: L90US11 1.0)
− AAA is the engineering project name (Ex: L90 = L9.0).
− BB is a function specification indicating specific functionality or a region (Ex: US).
Processors with the same engineering project name and function name are
interchangeable, except for the languages they support.
− C is the language cluster number within the ”BB“ software version
(Ex: 11 = English/Spanish/French)
− X is the main version number (Ex: 1)
− Y is the sub version number (Ex: 0)
− the main version number is updated with a major change of specification
(incompatible with the previous software version)
− the sub version number is updated with a minor change (backwards compatible
with the previous versions)
− if the main version number changes, the new version number is written in the
EEPROM
− if the main version number changes, the default settings are loaded
− if the sub version number changes, the new version number is written in the
EEPROM
− if the EEPROM is fresh, the software identification, version and cluster will be
written to EEPROM
− Note: a new micro controller is considered to be compatible if it works instead of
the old software and the functionality is not significantly changed.
Error Buffer
Error codes are required to indicate failures in the television. For intermittent
complaints, always check the error buffer. A unique error code is available for:
• activated protection (error codes 1, 2, and 3)
• failing I2C device
• general I2C error
• RAM failure (e.g. internal RAM of microprocessor (IC 7600)
Other error codes are:
• Signal processor (IC 7250) start-up error
• EEPROM check-sum error
The last five errors, remembered in the EEPROM, are shown in the service menu.
This is called the error buffer. The error that is found last is displayed on the left,
except when protection (1 to 3) is active. Errors 1, 2, and 3 are often shown at the
right of the error buffer display whenever they are detected.
Example 1:
Suppose the display shows: 8 – 11 – 2– 0 – 0
With 2 displayed at the right of the error buffer, high beam current protection is active.
Example 2:
Suppose the display shows: 11 – 4 – 5– 3 – 0
With 3 displayed at the right of the error buffer, vertical protection is active.
The following error codes have been defined:
Error Code Table:
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
= No error
= X-Ray / overvoltage protection active
= High beam current (BCI) protection active
= Vertical protection active
= I²C error while communicating with the sound processor (IC 7833)
= Signal processor (IC 7250) start-up error
= I²C error while communicating with the signal processor IC (IC 7250)
= General I²C error *
= Internal RAM error micro controller
= EEPROM Configuration error (Checksum error)
10 = I²C error, EEPROM error
11 = I²C error, PLL tuner
Note: I²C = (SCL/SDA)
*
General I²C error means: no I²C device is responding to the particular I²C
bus. Possible causes: SCL short circuit to GND, SDA short circuit to GND,
SCL short circuit to SDA, SDA open circuit (at IC 7600), SCL open circuit
(at IC 7600)
Reading Error Codes
Error codes are displayed in the following ways:
1. By SDM display or CSM display
2. By blinking Power LED
1. If the on screen display is working, enter SDM or CSM and read the error buffer
display.
2. If the on screen display is not working, do the following:
a. Remove AC power
b. Use a jumper to connect pin M24 to pin M25 at IC 7601 (D-3)
c. Apply AC power; read the error codes (see LED Sequence List below)
d. If there is no LED indication, take the following steps as needed:
Power on
Press 0–6–2–5–9–6–Menu on the remote control
Note: Some indications take 30 seconds or longer to appear on the LED.
3. LED Sequence List:
a. Wait for long LED on (1.5 seconds)
b. Count the following on flashes (individual errors are separated by 1.5
seconds LED off)
Example:
4. Displayed error codes are saved by removing the AC power. Displayed error
codes are erased by pressing the power button on the remote control or local
keyboard.
Option Code and Status Table
The following options in SDM can be identified:
Note: All options may not be available in some sets.
OPTION
System
Option Byte 1
Option Byte 2
Option Byte 3
Option Byte 4
Option Byte 5
Option Byte 6
Option Byte 7
OP
SY
OB1
OB2
OB3
OB4
OB5
OB6
OB7
Slider Bar Value Display
Animated Menu
Hospital Mode
Hotel Mode
DP
AM
HS
HT
VALUES
SS (This option is not used in US models)
Option Bytes 1 through 7 are used to set 8 options
simultaneously with one byte (value can be keyed in
with numerical buttons on remote control when the
byte is highlighted).
Values = 0 – 255
See the Chassis Feature Listing to see the values for
Option Bytes 1 through 7. These values can be used
to set the option package for a particular model.
OFF/ON
OFF/ON
OFF/ON
OFF/ON
Demo Mode
Games Mode
Clock (Volatile)
Child Lock
V-Chip
V-Chip Block Unrated
Block No Rating (V-Chip)
Smart Sound
Smart Picture
Remote Control Type
Channel Select Time Window
Surf
Video Mute (Channel Change)
Tuner Type
Fine Tuning
AV1
AV2
Auto Cable Detect
Blue Mute
No Ident (Auto Standby)
Noise Reduction
Contrast Plus
Color Temperature
East-West Functions
Video Processor Standby
Video Processor Auto Startup
Bass/Treble Control/Boost
Incredible Surround
Volume Limiter
Ultra Bass
Automatic Volume Leveller
(AVL)
SAP - Mono/Stereo
Audio Out (Fixed/Variable)
Sound Type
Sound Board
DM
GM
CK
CL
VC
VU
VN
SS
SP
RC
OFF/ON
OFF/ON
OFF/ON
OFF/ON
OFF/ON
OFF/ON
OFF/ON
OFF/ON
OFF/ON
OFF = RC0702/04 remote control / ON =
All other remote controls
TW OFF = 2-second time window / ON =
5-second time window
SF OFF/ON
VM OFF/ON
TN OFF = Philips tuner / ON= ALPS tuner
FT OFF/ON
XT OFF/ON
2X OFF/ON
CD OFF/ON
BM OFF/ON
NI OFF/ON
NR OFF/ON
CP OFF/ON
CT OFF/ON
EW OFF/ON (This option is not used in US models)
BS OFF/ON
AS OFF/ON
BT OFF/ON
IS OFF/ON
VL OFF/ON
UB OFF/ON
LV OFF/ON
DU
AO
ST
SB
OFF/ON
OFF/ON
BG/I/DK/M (Should remain on M)
DB = DBX/SAP (BTSC)
EC = BTSC stereo (No SAP)
MA = Mono All
MS = Bi Sonic (Mono by tuner, stereo by A/V jacks)
Option SY : System
Function: Set the multi system hardware configuration
Values:
SS (This option is not used in US models)
OB 1 – OB 7 : Option Byte 1 – Option Byte 7
Function: Set 8 options simultaneously with one byte
(value can be keyed in with numerical buttons on remote control)
Values:
0 – 255
Option DP : Slider Bar Value Display
Function: Enable/disable slider bar value display in customer menu
Values:
OFF = Disable slider bar value display
ON = Enable slider bar value display
Option AM : Animated Menu
Function: Enable/disable animated menu
Values:
OFF = Disable animated menu display
ON = Enable animated menu display
Option HS : Hospital Mode
Function: Enable/disable the possibility to enter hospital mode
Values:
OFF = Disabled, hospital mode cannot be entered
ON = Enabled, hospital mode can be entered
Option HT : Hotel Mode
Function: Enable/disable the possibility to enter hotel mode
Values:
OFF = Disabled, hotel mode cannot be entered
ON = Enabled, hotel mode can be entered
Option DM : Demo Mode
Function: Enable/disable the possibility to enter demo mode
Values:
OFF = Disabled, demo mode is not active
ON = Enabled, demo mode is active
Option GM : Games Mode
Function: Enable/disable games function
Values:
OFF = Disabled, games command is ignored
ON = Enabled, games command is processed
Option CK : Clock (Volatile)
Function: Enable/disable clock function
Values:
OFF = Disabled, clock menu not available
ON = Enabled, clock menu available
Option CL : Child Lock
Function: Enable/disable child lock function
Values:
OFF = Disabled, child lock menu not available
ON = Enabled, child lock menu available
Option VC : V-Chip
Function: Enable/disable v-chip function (customer menu item Smartlock)
Values:
OFF = Disabled, v-chip menu (customer menu item Smartlock)
Not available
ON = Enabled, v-chip menu (customer menu item Smartlock)
available
Option VU : V-Chip Block Unrated
Function: Enable/disable V-Chip block unrated (in Smartlock menu)
Values:
OFF = Disabled, V-Chip block unrated (in Smartlock menu) not
available
ON = Enabled, V-Chip block unrated (in Smartlock menu) available
Option VN : Block No Rating (V-Chip)
Function: Enable/disable block no rating V-Chip (in Smartlock menu)
Values:
OFF = Disabled, block no rating V-Chip (in Smartlock menu) not
available
ON = Enabled, block no rating V-Chip (in Smartlock menu) available
Option SS : Smart Sound
Function: Enable/disable smart sound function
Values:
OFF = Disabled, Smart Sound command is ignored
ON = Enabled, Smart Sound command is processed
Option SP : Smart Picture
Function: Enable/disable smart picture function
Values:
OFF = Disabled, Smart Picture command is ignored
ON = Enabled, Smart Picture command is processed
Option RC : Remote Control Type
Function: Choose the type of remote control to be used
Values:
OFF = RC0702/04 remote control
ON = All other remote controls
Note: If changed, this option can only be returned to the original setting by option
byte correction.
Option TW : Channel Select Time Window
Function: Select time window for channel selection
Values:
OFF = 2-second time window for channel selection
ON = 5-second time window for channel selection
Option SF : Surf
Function: Enable/disable the possibility to enter surf mode
Values:
OFF = Disabled, customer menu item Surf not available and A/CH
command alternates channels
ON = Enabled, customer menu item Surf available and A/CH
command surfs or alternates channels
Option VM : Video Mute (Channel Change)
Function: Enable/disable video mute during channel change
Values:
OFF = Disabled, no video mute during channel change
ON = Enabled, video muted during channel change
Option TN : Tuner Type
Function: Choose the tuner type that is configured in the hardware
Values:
OFF = Philips tuner (A Philips tuner will have the Philips name
embossed on the side)
ON = ALPS tuner (An ALPS tuner will not have the Philips name
embossed on the side)
Option FT : Fine Tuning
Function: Enable/disable fine tuning
Values:
OFF = Customer menu item fine tuning disabled
ON = Customer menu item fine tuning enabled
Option XT : AV1
Function: Enable/disable external input source 1 (Ext 1)
Values:
OFF = Disabled, external input source 1 (Ext 1) not available
ON = Enabled, external input source 1 (Ext 1) available
Option 2X : AV2
Function: Enable/disable external input source 2 (Ext 2)
Values:
OFF = Disabled, external input source 2 (Ext 2) not available
ON = Enabled, external input source 2 (Ext 2) available
Option CD : Auto Cable Detect
Function: Enable/disable automatic detection of Cable/Broadcast during autostore.
Values:
OFF = Disabled, autostore uses the selected Cable/Broadcast setting
ON = Enabled, autostore will detect and set Cable/Broadcast mode
Option BM : Blue Mute
Function: Enable/disable blue mute when no television station signal is present
Values:
OFF = Disabled, no blue mute when no television station signal is present
ON = Enabled, blue mute active when no television station signal is
present
Option NI : No Ident (Auto Standby)
Function: Enable/disable automatic switch to standby after 10 minutes when no
television station signal is present
Values:
OFF = Disabled, no automatic switch to standby
ON = Enabled, set switches to standby after 10 minutes when no
television station signal is present
Option NR : Noise Reduction
Function: Enable/disable noise reduction function
Values:
OFF = Disabled, customer menu item Noise Reduction not available
ON = Enabled, customer menu item Noise Reduction available
Option CP : Contrast Plus
Function: Enable/disable contrast plus function
Values:
OFF = Disabled, customer menu item Contrast Plus not available
ON = Enabled, customer menu item Contrast Plus available
Option CT : Color Temperature
Function: Enable/disable color temperature function
Values:
OFF = Disabled, customer menu item Color Temperature not available
ON = Enabled, customer menu item Color Temperature available
Option EW : East-West Functions
Function: Enable/disable east-west control function
Values:
OFF = Disabled, east-west alignment not available in SAM (EWW,
EWP, EWC, EWT)
ON = Enabled, east-west alignment available in SAM (EWW, EWP, EWC, EWT)
Option BS : Video Processor Standby
Function: Enable/disable video processor standby
Values:
OFF = Disabled, video processor standby is not active
ON = Enabled, video processor standby is active
Option AS : Video Processor Auto Startup
Function: Enable/disable video processor auto-startup
Values:
OFF = Enabled, video processor is in auto-startup mode
ON = Disabled, video processor is switched on under control of
microcontroller
Option BT : Bass/Treble Control/Boost
Function: Enable/disable bass and treble function
Values:
OFF = Disabled, customer menu items Bass and Treble not available
ON = Enabled, customer menu items Bass and Treble available
Option IS : Incredible Surround
Function: Enable/disable incredible surround function
Values:
OFF = Disabled, incredible surround function not available
ON = Enabled, incredible surround function available
Option VL : Volume limiter
Function: Enable/disable volume limiter
Values:
OFF = Disabled, customer menu item Volume Limiter not available
ON = Enabled, customer menu item Volume Limiter available
Option UB : Ultra Bass
Function: Enable/disable ultra bass function
Values:
OFF = Disabled, ultra bass function not available
ON = Enabled, ultra bass function available
Option LV : Automatic Volume Leveller (AVL)
Function: Enable/disable automatic volume leveller function
Values:
OFF = Disabled, customer menu item AVL not available
ON = Enabled, customer menu item AVL available
Option DU : SAP
Function: Set SAP configuration (sets with DBX stereo system only)
Values:
OFF = Disabled, stereo/SAP not available
ON = Enabled, stereo/SAP available
Option AO : Audio Out (Fixed/Variable)
Function: Set audio output type (where present)
Values:
OFF = Fixed audio out
ON = Variable audio out (always on)
Option ST : Sound Type
Function: Set the sound type
Values:
BG PAL system
I
PAL system
DK PAL system
M Default for USA
Option SB : Sound Board
Function: Set the sound board configuration
Values:
DB = DBX/SAP (BTSC)
EC = BTSC stereo (No SAP)
MA = Mono All
MS = BiSonic (Mono from tuner, Stereo from A/V jacks)
Service Alignment Mode (SAM)
1. The Service Alignment Mode (SAM) is used to make tuning adjustments, align
the white tone, adjust the picture geometry, and make sound adjustments.
2. To enter the Service Alignment Mode (SAM), press the following key sequence
on the remote control transmitter:
0-6-2-5-9-6-Status
Do not allow the display to time out between entries while keying the sequence.
SAM can also be entered by pressing the Channel Down and Volume Down keys
on the local keyboard simultaneously while in SDM mode.
When Service Alignment Mode is entered, the text "SAM" will be displayed in the
top right corner of the screen.
3. When Service Alignment Mode is entered, service unfriendly modes are disabled.
The following volatile SAM item values are set:
♦ AKB
=0
♦ VSD
=0
♦ AFW = 275 kHz
♦ SBL
=0
4. When the unit is operating in Service Alignment Mode, all normal on-screen
displays are suppressed and replaced by a special service display. The first
screen seen upon entering SAM is the ”top level SAM menu.“ The service
technician must return to the top level SAM menu before exiting with a power-off
command.
A sample SAM top level menu display is shown below.
Explanation of top level SAM menu display:
The Software Identification, Cluster, and Version are explained in the Service Default
Mode section under ”Explanation of Display.“
The Menu Items and Sub Menus are explained below.
Note: The ”Audio“ sub menu will not be seen on screen when Service Alignment
Mode is first entered. Use the Menu Up and Menu Down buttons on the
remote control to view all menu items and sub menu choices.
5. To select a menu item or a sub menu in SAM, use the Menu Up or Menu Down
keys on the remote control to highlight the item or menu you wish to adjust.
6. To change the value of a highlighted SAM menu item (AKB or VSD), use the
Menu Left or Menu Right keys on the remote control.
7. To enter a highlighted SAM sub menu, use the Menu Left or Menu Right keys.
After entering the sub menu, use the Menu Up or Menu Down to select an item
within the sub menu.
Use the Menu Left or Menu Right keys to change the value of the selected item.
Press the Menu button to return to the top level SAM menu.
8. Press the Menu button on the remote control while in SAM to switch the software
to a Virtual Customer Mode; the text "SAM" will still be displayed in the upper right
corner of the screen. In this mode, all customer menu adjustments to the set can
be made. From the Virtual Customer Mode, press the Menu button to return to
the SAM Menu.
9. Press the Status button on the remote control to toggle the OSD (except ”SAM“)
ON and OFF.
10. To exit the Service Alignment Mode, turn the set off with the Power button on the
remote control. To turn off the set without exiting SAM (or erasing any stored
error codes), unplug the AC cord. When the set is powered on again, the Service
Alignment Mode will still be active.
Note: When SAM is exited or a power interrupt occurs, the volatile SAM items
AKB, VSD, AFW, and SBL will be reset to their original values.
Main Menu
The SAM main menu contains the following items:
− AKB
− VSD
− Tuner sub menu
− White Tone sub menu
− Geometry sub menu
− Audio sub menu
Menu: MAIN
AKB
VSD
Black current loop
(Auto Kine Bias)
Vertical scan
disable
TUNER
WHITE TONE
GEOMETRY
AUDIO
Values
OFF/ON (0/1)
Remarks
OFF/ON (0/1)
>
>
>
>
Tuner sub menu
The tuner sub menu contains the following items:
− IF-PLL
− AFW
− AGC
− YD
− CL
− AFA and AFB
The items AFA and AFB cannot be selected; they are for monitoring purposes only.
The item values are stored in EEPROM if this sub menu is left.
A sample display of the Tuner sub menu is shown below.
Sub Menu: TUNER
IF-PLL
IF-PLL alignment
Values
0 – 127
AFW
AFC window
AGC
AGC takeover
point
Y-delay
adjustment
Cathode drive
level
125/275
kHz
0 – 63
YD
CL
AFA
AFB
Remarks
This adjustment is auto-aligned
(no action required)
Always set to 275 kHz
See below
0 – 15
Always set to 12 (no effect)
0–7
Always set to 4
0/1
0/1
read only, not accessible
read only, not accessible
Tuner Adjustment:
AGC Takeover Point (AGC):
1. Enter the Service Alignment Mode (SAM) by pressing the following key sequence
on the remote control transmitter:
0-6-2-5-9-6-Status
Do not allow the display to time out between entries while keying the sequence.
2. From the top level SAM menu, use the Menu Up/Down keys to highlight the
Tuner sub menu.
3. Use the menu left/right keys to enter the Tuner sub menu.
4. In the Tuner sub menu, use the Menu Up/Down keys to highlight AGC.
5. Use the Menu Right key to raise the value of AGC until snow appears in the
picture.
6. Then use the Menu Left/Right keys to reduce AGC value until the snow
disappears.
a. AGC values between 10 and 20 are nominal.
b. Single digit AGC values may cause overload.
7. Upon completion of Tuner adjustment, press the Menu button to return to the top
level SAM menu.
White Tone sub menu
The white tone sub menu contains the following items:
− Normal Red
− Normal Green
− Normal Blue
− Delta Cool Red
− Delta Cool Green
− Delta Cool Blue
− Delta Warm Red
− Delta Warm Green
− Delta Warm Blue
Note: Delta values are only used in models with the item ”Color Temperature“ in the
customer menu.
OSD is kept to a minimum in this menu, in order to make white tone alignment
possible.
The item values are stored in EEPROM if this sub menu is left.
The Contrast Plus feature (black stretch) is set to OFF when the White Tone sub
menu is entered.
A sample display of the White Tone sub menu is shown below.
Sub Menu: WHITE TONE
Value
Range
NORMAL
NORMAL RED
NORMAL GREEN
NORMAL BLUE
COOL
DELTA COOL RED
0 – 63
0 – 63
0 – 63
Default
Value
–2
Remarks
Starting Values:
45
32
39
Delta values are a change of the
normal values. These start at
the default values, and are set to
DELTA COOL RED
–2
DELTA COOL GREEN
DELTA COOL BLUE
0
+6
DELTA WARM RED
DELTA WARM GREEN
DELTA WARM BLUE
+2
0
–7
Delta values are a change of the
normal values. These start at
the default values, and are set to
achieve cool and warm steps of
color temperature in the
customer menu.
Standard factory settings are
given as the default values.
WARM
White Tone Adjustments:
Note: The following procedure was performed with a Sencore VG91 Universal Video
Generator providing grey scale bars.
1. Enter the Service Alignment Mode (SAM) by pressing the following key sequence
on the remote control transmitter:
0-6-2-5-9-6-Status
Do not allow the display to time out between entries while keying the sequence.
2. From the top level SAM menu, use the Menu Up/Down keys to highlight the
White Tone sub menu.
3. Use the Menu Left/Right keys to enter the White Tone sub menu.
4. Set the VG91 Generator as follows: STD TV Ch. 3, RF-IF Range set to HI, RF-IF
Level set to NORMAL (1), Video Pattern = Raster, R-G-B raster controls OFF.
5. Connect the RF output of the generator to the Television Antenna Input, and
adjust the VG91 level to remove any snow from the raster.
6. Turn off chroma at generator and leave grey scale bars.
7. From the White Tone sub-menu, use the Menu Up/Down keys to select Normal
Red, Normal Green, or Normal Blue. Then use the Menu Left/Right keys to adjust
the values to obtain the best white balance.
8. A reasonable starting point for NORMAL is:
Normal Red=45, Normal Green=32, Normal Blue=39
9. After NORMAL is set, use the same method to set DELTA COOL and DELTA
WARM as offsets.
A reasonable starting point for DELTA COOL is:
Delta Cool Red=(–2), Delta Cool Green=0, Delta Cool Blue=+6
A reasonable starting point for DELTA WARM is:
Delta Warm Red=+2, Delta Warm Green=0, Delta Warm Blue=(-7)
10. After the values are set, or if no changes are required, press Menu to return to
the top level SAM menu.
Geometry sub menu
OSD is kept to a minimum in this sub menu in order to make picture geometry
adjustments possible.
The item values are stored in EEPROM if this sub menu is left.
The value of item Service Blanking (SBL) is not stored in EEPROM, and it is set to
OFF when the geometry sub menu is exited.
A sample display of the Geometry sub menu is shown below.
The picture geometry sub menu contains the following items:
Sub
Menu:
VAM
VSL
SBL
HSH
EWW
EWP
EWT
EWC
H60
V60
VSC
VSH
GEOMETRY
Values
Remarks
Vertical amplitude
Vertical slope
Service blanking
Horizontal shift
E-W width
0 – 63
0 – 63
ON/OFF
0 – 63
0 – 63
Only available in models with an
East-West Panel (Diode Modulator)
E-W parabola/width 0 – 63
Only available in models with an
East-West Panel (Diode Modulator)
E-W trapezium
0 – 63
Only available in models with an
East-West Panel (Diode Modulator)
E-W corner parabola 0 – 63
Only available in models with an
East-West Panel (Diode Modulator)
Delta HSH for 60 Hz 0 – 15
Not used
Delta VAM for 60 Hz 0 – 15
Not used
Vertical S-Correction 0 – 63
Vertical shift
0 – 63
Geometry Adjustments:
Notes:
1. The following Geometry adjustments were performed with a Sencore VG91
Universal Video Generator.
2. Set the VG91 Generator as follows: STD TV Ch. 3, RF-IF Range set to HI, RF-IF
Level set to NORMAL (1), Video Pattern = Raster, R-G-B raster controls OFF,
crosshatch or center cross pattern as required.
3. Connect the RF output of the generator to the Television Antenna Input, and
adjust the VG91 level to remove any snow from the raster.
Vertical Shift (VSH):
1. Enter the Service Alignment Mode (SAM) by pressing the following key sequence
on the remote control transmitter:
0-6-2-5-9-6-Status
Do not allow the display to time out between entries while keying the sequence.
2. From the top level SAM menu, use the Menu Up/Down keys to highlight the
Geometry sub menu.
3. Use the Menu Left/Right keys to enter the Geometry sub menu.
4. In the Geometry sub-menu, use the Menu Up/Down keys to select VAM.
5. Input a center cross pattern to the antenna/cable input terminal.
6. Using the Menu Left/Right keys, adjust VSH so that the horizontal bar is properly
centered, top to bottom.
7. If other Geometry adjustments are needed, proceed to the necessary adjustment
using the Menu Up/Down buttons.
8. Upon completion of Geometry adjustments, press the Menu button to return to
the top level SAM menu.
Vertical Amplitude (VAM):
1. Enter the Service Alignment Mode (SAM) by pressing the following key sequence
on the remote control transmitter:
0-6-2-5-9-6-Status
Do not allow the display to time out between entries while keying the sequence.
2. From the top level SAM menu, use the Menu Up/Down keys to highlight the
Geometry sub menu.
3. Use the Menu Left/Right keys to enter the Geometry sub menu.
4. In the Geometry sub-menu, use the Menu Up/Down keys to select VAM.
5. Input a crosshatch pattern to the antenna/cable input terminal.
6. Using the Menu Left button, reduce the value so that the picture does not fill the
entire screen.
7. Use the Menu Up/Down keys to select VSH (Vertical Shift) from the Geometry
sub-menu and, using the Menu Left/Right keys, center the picture on the screen,
top to bottom.
8. Using the cursor up/down keys, select VAM from the Geometry sub-menu, and
use the Menu Right key to increase the value to obtain a slight overscan.
9. If other Geometry adjustments are needed, proceed to the necessary adjustment
using the Menu Up/Down buttons.
10. Upon completion of Geometry adjustments, press the Menu button to return to
the top level SAM menu.
Horizontal Shift (HSH):
Note: This adjustment centers the video on the raster. It does not move the raster.
1. Enter the Service Alignment Mode (SAM) by pressing the following key sequence
on the remote control transmitter:
0-6-2-5-9-6-Status
Do not allow the display to time out between entries while keying the sequence.
2. From the top level SAM menu, use the Menu Up/Down keys to highlight the
Geometry sub menu.
3. Use the Menu Left/Right keys to enter the Geometry sub menu.
4. In the Geometry sub-menu, use the Menu Up/Down keys to select HSH.
5. Input a center cross pattern to the antenna/cable input terminal.
6. Using the Menu Left/Right keys, adjust HSH so that the vertical bar is properly
centered, left to right.
7. If other Geometry adjustments are needed, proceed to the necessary adjustment
using the Menu Up/Down keys.
8. Upon completion of Geometry adjustments, press the Menu button to return to
the top level SAM menu.
Vertical Slope (VSL):
1. Enter the Service Alignment Mode (SAM) by pressing the following key sequence
on the remote control transmitter:
0-6-2-5-9-6-Status
Do not allow the display to time out between entries while keying the sequence.
2. From the top level SAM menu, use the Menu Up/Down keys to highlight the
Geometry sub menu.
3. Use the Menu Left/Right keys to enter the Geometry sub menu.
4. In the Geometry sub-menu, use the Menu Up/Down keys to select VSL.
5. Input a crosshatch pattern to the antenna/cable input terminal.
6. Using the Menu Left/Right keys, adjust VSL so that the squares at the bottom of
the screen are equal in size to the squares at the top of the screen.
7. If other Geometry adjustments are needed, proceed to the necessary adjustment
using the Menu Up/Down keys.
8. Upon completion of Geometry adjustments, press the Menu button to return to
the top level SAM menu.
Vertical S-Correction (VSC):
1. Enter the Service Alignment Mode (SAM) by pressing the following key sequence
on the remote control transmitter:
0-6-2-5-9-6-Status
Do not allow the display to time out between entries while keying the sequence.
2. From the top level SAM menu, use the Menu Up/Down keys to highlight the
Geometry sub menu.
3. Use the Menu Left/Right keys to enter the Geometry sub menu.
4. In the Geometry sub-menu, use the Menu Up/Down keys to select VSC.
5. Input a crosshatch pattern to the antenna/cable input terminal.
6. Using the Menu Left/Right keys, adjust VSC so that the squares at the center of
the screen are equal in size to the squares at the top and bottom of the screen.
7. If other Geometry adjustments are needed, proceed to the necessary adjustment
using the Menu Up/Down keys.
8. Upon completion of Geometry adjustments, press the Menu button to return to
the top level SAM menu.
Service Blanking (SBL):
Service Blanking provides a straight cutoff line in the center of the raster. It is useful
when centering the raster. It can also be used in adjusting the yoke and setting
vertical size and linearity.
1. Enter the Service Alignment Mode (SAM) by pressing the following key sequence
on the remote control transmitter:
0-6-2-5-9-6-Status
Do not allow the display to time out between entries while keying the sequence.
2. From the top level SAM menu, use the Menu Up/Down keys to highlight the
Geometry sub menu.
3. Use the Menu Left/Right keys to enter the Geometry sub menu.
4. In the Geometry sub-menu, use the Menu Up/Down keys to select SBL.
5. Use the Menu Left/Right keys to toggle SBL ON or OFF.
6. With SBL on, VSH can be used to center the raster on the fiduciary marks (the
small notches in the phosphor on the right and left edge of the CRT). These are
absolute center.
7. If other Geometry adjustments are needed, proceed to the necessary adjustment
using the Menu Up/Down keys.
8. Upon completion of Geometry adjustments, press the Menu button to return to
the top level SAM menu.
Delta HSH for 60Hz (H60):
Note: This adjustment should not be changed from the factory preset value (10).
Delta VAM for 60Hz (V60):
Note: This adjustment should not be changed from the factory preset value (5).
Note: The following GEOMETRY adjustments can only be performed on models
containing an East-West Panel (Diode Modulator).
East-West Width (EWW):
1. Enter the Service Alignment Mode (SAM) by pressing the following key sequence
on the remote control transmitter:
0-6-2-5-9-6-Status
Do not allow the display to time out between entries while keying the sequence.
2. From the top level SAM menu, use the Menu Up/Down keys to highlight the
Geometry sub menu.
3. Use the Menu Left/Right keys to enter the Geometry sub menu.
4. In the Geometry sub menu, use the Menu Up/Down keys to select EWW.
5. Input a crosshatch pattern to the antenna/cable input terminal.
6. Use the Menu Left key to reduce the value of EWW so that the picture does not fill
the entire screen.
7. Use the Menu Up/Down keys to select HSH (Horizontal Shift) from the Geometry
sub menu and, using the Menu Left/Right keys, center the picture on the screen.
8. Use the Menu Up/Down keys to select EWW from the Geometry sub menu, and
use the Menu Right key to increase the value to obtain a slight overscan.
Note: Remember, adjusting EWW will affect other horizontal adjustments.
9. If other Geometry adjustments are needed, proceed to the necessary adjustment
using the Menu Up/Down keys.
10. Upon completion of Geometry adjustments, press the Menu button to return to
the top level SAM menu.
East-West Parabola/Width (EWP):
1. Enter the Service Alignment Mode (SAM) by pressing the following key sequence
on the remote control transmitter:
0-6-2-5-9-6-Status
Do not allow the display to time out between entries while keying the sequence.
2. From the top level SAM menu, use the Menu Up/Down keys to highlight the
Geometry sub menu.
3. Use the Menu Left/Right keys to enter the Geometry sub menu.
4. In the Geometry sub menu, use the Menu Up/Down keys to select EWP.
5. Input a crosshatch pattern to the antenna/cable input terminal.
6. Use the Menu Left/Right keys to adjust the value of EWP.
7. This adjusts the top and bottom of the right and left side of the raster, adjusting the
raster by “bending” it out or in.
8. This adjustment should be set so that the screen appears to be straight and “flat.”
9. If other Geometry adjustments are needed, proceed to the necessary adjustment
using the Menu Up/Down keys.
10. Upon completion of Geometry adjustments, press the Menu button to return to
the top level SAM menu.
East-West Trapezium (EWT):
1. Enter the Service Alignment Mode (SAM) by pressing the following key sequence
on the remote control transmitter:
0-6-2-5-9-6-Status
Do not allow the display to time out between entries while keying the sequence.
2. From the top level SAM menu, use the Menu Up/Down keys to highlight the
Geometry sub menu.
3. Use the Menu Left/Right keys to enter the Geometry sub menu.
4. In the Geometry sub menu, use the Menu Up/Down keys to select EWT.
5. Input a crosshatch pattern to the antenna/cable input terminal.
6. Use the Menu Left/Right keys to adjust the value of EWT.
7. This balances the width at the top of the screen to the width at the bottom of the
screen.
8. This adjustment should be set so the top and bottom of the screen are of equal
width.
9. If other Geometry adjustments are needed, proceed to the necessary adjustment
using the Menu Up/Down keys.
10. Upon completion of Geometry adjustments, press the Menu button to return to
the top level SAM menu.
East-West Corner Parabola (EWC):
1. Enter the Service Alignment Mode (SAM) by pressing the following key sequence
on the remote control transmitter:
0-6-2-5-9-6-Status
Do not allow the display to time out between entries while keying the sequence.
2. From the top level SAM menu, use the Menu Up/Down keys to highlight the
Geometry sub menu.
3. Use the Menu Left/Right keys to enter the Geometry sub menu.
4. In the Geometry sub menu, use the Menu Up/Down keys to select EWC.
5. Input a crosshatch pattern to the antenna/cable input terminal.
6. Use the Menu Left/Right keys to adjust the value of EW CORNER.
7. This adjustment affects the very corner sections of the raster, and acts as a
“touch-up” of the EWP (East-West Parabola/Width) adjustment.
8. This adjustment should be set so the corners of the screen are straight and equal
in size.
9. If other Geometry adjustments are needed, proceed to the necessary adjustment
using the Menu Up/Down keys.
10. Upon completion of Geometry adjustments, press the Menu button to return to
the top level SAM menu.
Audio sub menu
The audio sub menu item values are stored in EEPROM if this sub menu is left.
A sample display of the Audio sub menu is shown below.
The Audio sub menu contains the following item on stereo chassis:
Sub Menu: AUDIO
AT Attack time at AVL
Values Remarks
1 – 4 Normal setting is
4.
Audio Adjustment:
Attack Time at AVL (AT):
1. Enter the Service Alignment Mode (SAM) by pressing the following key sequence
on the remote control transmitter:
0-6-2-5-9-6-Status
Do not allow the display to time out between entries while keying the sequence.
2. From the top level SAM menu, use the Menu Up/Down keys to highlight the Audio
sub menu.
3. Use the Menu Left/Right keys to enter the Audio sub menu.
4. Use the Menu Left/Right keys to adjust the value of AT.
5. Set the volume of AT to 4.
6. Upon completion of Audio adjustment, press the Menu button to return to the top
level SAM menu.
Convergence and Purity Adjustments
Notes:
1. The following adjustments were performed with a Sencore VG91 Universal Video
Generator.
2. Set the VG91 Generator as follows: STD TV Ch. 3, RF-IF Range set to HI, RF-IF
Level set to NORMAL (1), Video Pattern = Raster, R-G-B raster controls OFF,
Mode Switch set to L+R, Audio Frequency set to 300Hz, and 0 Pilot (max. CCW).
3. Connect the RF output of the generator to the Television Antenna Input, and
adjust the VG91 level to remove any snow from the raster.
Pre-Convergence Procedure
Note: The degaussing procedure should be performed prior to this adjustment.
1. Place the multi-pole Purity and Convergence Assembly with the 2-Y pole purity
rings directly in the gap between the G2 and G3 (focus) grids as shown in the
"Convergence and Purity Assembly" graphic.
2. Enter Service Alignment Mode (refer to Service Alignment Mode section).
3. Apply a center cross or crosshatch pattern to the antenna/cable input terminal.
4. Select the White Tone sub-menu by pressing the Menu Up/Down keys on the
remote control so that White Tone is highlighted.
5. Use the Menu Left/Right keys to enter the White Tone sub-menu.
6. Use Menu Up/Down keys to toggle between the options. Be sure to record the
values of all options (Normal Red/Green/Blue, Delta Cool Red/Green/Blue, and
Delta Warm Red/Green/Blue).
7. Use the Menu Up/Down keys to select Normal Green, and use the Menu Left key
to set Normal Green to minimum.
8. Loosen the yoke clamp screw, pull the yoke back, and remove the three yoke
wedges.
9. Slide the yoke all the way forward so that it rests against the bell of the CRT.
10 Tighten the yoke clamp screw so that the yoke does not drop away from the bell
of the CRT.
11. Slowly spread, and if necessary, rotate the 2-Y pole purity rings so that the red
and blue lines are at least parallel and preferably coincide at the 6:00 and 12:00
positions as shown in the "2Y Spread and 2Y Rotate" graphic.
12. Proceed to the Color Purity Adjustment.
Color Purity Adjustment
1. Connect a solid white pattern signal to the antenna/cable input terminal.
2. Use the Menu Up/Down keys to select Normal Blue, and use the Menu Left key to
set Normal Blue to minimum.
3. Use the Menu Up/Down keys to select Normal Red, and use the Menu Right key
to set Normal Red to maximum.
4. Slowly spread the 2-X pole purity rings to center the red portion of the screen,
leaving the same amount of green on one side of the screen as blue on the other
side.
5. Tighten the yoke clamp screw slightly so that the yoke may be moved with some
friction.
6. Proceed to the Static Center Convergence Adjustment.
Static Center Convergence Adjustment
1. Apply a center cross or crosshatch pattern to the antenna/cable input terminal
and observe the screen to ensure that the yoke is not tilted. If necessary, rotate
the yoke to obtain a level raster.
2. Use the Menu Up/Down keys to select Normal Blue, and use the Menu Right key
to set Normal Blue to maximum.
3. Slowly spread, and if necessary, rotate the 4-pole magnetic rings to converge red
and blue lines at the center of the screen.
4. Use the Menu Up/Down keys to select Normal Green, and use the Menu Right
key to set Normal Green to maximum.
5. Slowly spread, and if necessary, rotate the 6-pole magnetic rings to converge
red/blue on green lines at the center of the screen.
6. Repeat steps three and five for optimum performance.
7. Proceed to the Dynamic Edge Convergence Adjustment.
(Display Convergence and Purity Assembly)
Dynamic Edge Convergence Adjustment
Note: To secure the correct position of the deflection yoke, three rubber wedges are
used. They are ultimately to be placed as shown in Figure 3c or Figure 4c.
1. Apply a crosshatch pattern to the antenna/cable input terminal.
2. Use the Menu Up/Down keys to select Normal Green, and use the Menu Left key
to set Normal Green to minimum.
3. Tilt the yoke up and down to converge the red and blue vertical lines at the 6:00
and 12:00 positions and the red and blue horizontal lines at the 3:00 and 9:00
positions (refer to Figure 5 ). When the correct position has been found, place a
rubber wedge between the yoke and the CRT. If the yoke is tilted up, place
wedge one as shown in Figure 3a; if it is tilted down, place wedge one as shown
in Figure 4a.
4. Tilt the yoke to the left and right to find the point of best possible convergence of
the red and blue lines at the edges, top and bottom of the screen as shown in
Figure 6. When the correct position is located, place wedges two and three as
shown in Figure 3b or Figure 4b.
5. Remove wedge one and place it in the final position as shown in Figure 3c or
Figure 4c.
6. Use the Menu Up/Down keys to select Normal Green, and use the Menu Right
key to set Normal Green to maximum.
7. Proceed to the White Balance Setup.
(Display Figures 3a, 3b, 3c, 4a, 4b, & 4c of Wedge Placement
Display)
(Display Figures 5 & 6 of Yoke Tilt Display)
Master Screen (VG2)/ White Balance Setup:
1. With the set OFF, rotate VG2 (located on the lower part of the flyback
transformer) counterclockwise.
2. Use the Power Button (on the remote control or the local keyboard) to turn the set
ON, without a signal, and rotate VG2 clockwise until snow is visible.
3. Enter Service Alignment Mode (refer to Service Alignment Mode section).
4. Enter the Virtual Customer Menu by pressing the Menu button on the remote and
set brightness and picture to 31 and color to 0.
5. Apply an NTSC color bar signal to the antenna/cable input terminal and tune to
the active channel.
6. Connect an oscilloscope, 20V per division and 10 uSec time base, to pin 6 of the
CRT Socket. Observe the stairstep pattern while adjusting VG2.
Hint: Counterclockwise adjustment will compress bottom of stairstep pattern.
Clockwise adjustment will compress top of stairstep pattern.
7. Adjust VG2 midway between top and bottom compression.
8. Proceed to White-Tone Adjustments under White Tone sub-menu in the Service
Alignment Mode section to complete White Balance Setup.
Customer Service Mode (CSM)
1. The Customer Service Mode (CSM) is used to retrieve data on the TV operation
settings and stored error codes.
2. To enter the Customer Service Mode, press and hold the Mute button on the
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
remote control and any key on the local keyboard (except ”Power“) for more than 4
seconds. When the set is in Customer Service Mode, the text "CSM" is displayed
in the top right corner of the screen.
To use this system, the customer is instructed by phone to enter CSM and read off
the display that appears. This information is useful to gain insights into failures
before traveling to the customer's home.
This information can also be used to avoid nuisance trips to the home when the
problem is an operational error (example: Closed Caption is on or set is in Hospital
Mode).
When entering CSM, all disruptive functions are turned off, and service unfriendly
modes are ignored. While CSM is active, no changes can be made in settings or
functions. When CSM is exited, the TV returns to all prior operational settings.
To exit CSM, press any key (on the remote control or local keyboard) except
”Channel Up“ or ”Channel Down.“
To exit CSM and return the set to normal operation mode, press any key on the
local keyboard or the remote control except Channel Up, Channel Down, or
Power.
To exit CSM and turn the set off, press the Power button on either the TV set or
the remote control.
A sample CSM display is shown below.
CSM
1
002A
L90US11 1.0
2
CODES
3
OP 202 255 135 228 59 206 208
4
SYS:
5
NOT TUNED
0 0 0 0 0
6
7
8
9
VOL LIM
255
Explanation of CSM Display Screen
The following information is displayed on screen:
• Text ”CSM“ on the first line
• Line number for every line (to make CSM language independent)
• To view multiple CSM pages (such as lines 8 and 9), use the Channel Up or
Channel Down keys
• For more information on lines 1, 2, and 3, see SDM section ”Explanation of
Display“
• Line 1 displays the run timer and the software identification, cluster, and version
• Line 2 displays the error buffer contents (the word ”error“ is not used on this
screen, instead ”codes“ is used)
Line 3 displays the option code information
Line 4 displays SYS: (This is not used)
Lines 5 through 8 display information on active service unfriendly modes
Line 5 displays the text ”NOT TUNED“ if no television station is tuned
Line 6 displays the text ”TIMER“ if the sleep timer or ”on“ timer is active
Line 7 displays the text ”LOCKED“ if one or more channels or presets is locked via
child lock
• Line 8 displays the text ”HOSPITAL“ if hospital mode is active, or ”HOTEL“ if hotel
mode is active
• If the volume limiter is active, line 9 displays the text ”VOL LIM“ and the set value
of the volume limiter. If the volume limiter is inactive, the displayed value will be
255 (the maximum volume allowed).
•
•
•
•
•
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CSM Flow Chart
Normal operation mode
Press "MUTE" button (RC) and
any key on the local keyboard
(except "POWER") for more than 4 seconds
Store current picture, sound and
feature settings (for later retrieval)
Set pre-defined picture, sound and
feature settings
Ignore service unfriendly options
Display CSM information screen
"Channel up"
(RC or local
keyboard)
"Channel down"
(RC or local
keyboard)
To previous CSM page
To next CSM page
Other key
“POWER”
(RC or local
keyboard)
Exit CSM
Restore picture, sound and
feature settings (that were
stored during entry)
F8 CHASSIS OPTION BYTES & FEATURE LISTINGS
USA/CANADIAN CHASSIS LISTINGS
LATIN AMERICAN CHASSIS LISTINGS
INDUSTRIAL CHASSIS LISTINGS
Off (Exit CSM):
when the set is switched on,
picture, sound and feature
settings (that were stored
during entry) are restored
Convergence and Purity Assembly - (Display Convergence and Purity Assembly)
2Y Spread and 2Y Rotate
(Display Figures 3a, 3b, 3c, 4a, 4b, & 4c of Wedge Placement Display)
(Display Figures 5 & 6 of Yoke Tilt Display)
USA/CANADIAN CHASSIS LISTINGS
Philips Consumer Electronics
Manual 7583
Model no.: 26LL590121
First Publish: 10-9-2000
Rev. Date: 08-02-2004
Print Date: 10/07/2006
Technical Service Data
Service and Quality
Service Publications Dept.
One Philips Drive
P.O. Box 14810
Knoxville, TN 37914
Training Information
REFER TO SAFETY GUIDELINES
SAFETY NOTICE: ANY PERSON ATTEMPTING TO SERVICE THIS CHASSIS MUST FAMILIARIZE
HIMSELF WITH THE CHASSIS AND BE AWARE OF THE NECESSARY SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
TO BE USED WHEN SERVICING ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT CONTAINING HIGH VOLTAGES.
CAUTION: USE A SEPARATE ISOLATION TRANSFORMER FOR THIS UNIT WHEN SERVICING
© Philips Electronics North America Corporation
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F8 CHASSIS INTRODUCTION
The F8 chassis is a leader TV chassis produced by Philips Consumer Electronics Company for the
1999 model year. The F8 chassis is used in sets with 25“ and 27“ screen sizes. The F8 chassis is a
global design and is oriented front to rear, or ”north to south“, as it has been called. The F8 chassis
tuning system features 181 channels with on-screen display (OSD). The main tuning system uses a
tuner, a microcomputer IC, and a memory IC mounted on the main chassis. The microcomputer
communicates with the memory IC, the customer keyboard, remote receiver, U/V tuner, signal
processor IC and the audio output IC via the I2C bus. The memory IC retains the settings for favorite
stations, customer-preferred settings, and service/factory data.
The F8 chassis uses a Very Large Scale (VLSI) Integrated Circuit for signal processing. This IC
performs video IF, sound IF processing, AGC control, horizontal and vertical drive and synchronization,
also luminance/chrominance processing. The on-screen graphics and closed caption decoding are
done within the microprocessor, and then sent to the signal processor IC to be added to the main
signal.
The F8 chassis utilizes a switch mode power supply for the main voltage source. The chassis has a hot
chassis ground reference on the primary side of the power supply, and a cold ground reference on the
secondary side of the power supply and the rest of the chassis. ALWAYS USE AN ISOLATION
TRANSFORMER WHEN SERVICING THIS CHASSIS FOR YOUR SAFETY.
SIGNAL FLOW DESCRIPTION
(Display Signal Flow Block Diagram)
The incoming RF signal is applied to the U/V tuner where the 45.75 MHz IF signal is developed and
amplified. The IF signal then exits the tuner from pin11to pass through the SAW filter, (1003). The
shaped signal is then applied to IC 7250, the IF processor. The automatic gain control (AGC) is
performed in IC 7250 and applied to the U/V tuner at pin1. An automatic fine tuning signal (AFT) is also
generated in the IC and then routed to the tuning system via the I2C bus, to provide frequency
correction as needed.
The IF signal exits IC 7250 at pin 6, the audio and video signals are separated and each processed
accordingly. The sound IF signal enters IC 7250 at pin 1, while the video re-enters at pin 13. The audio
signal passes through the pre-amp, volume control and volume limiting circuits before application to the
final audio stages.
The video signal entering at pin 13, is separated into its luminance and chrominance components, and
exits at pins 21, 20, and 19 as R, G, and B respectively. The R G B signals are sent to the CRT DRIVE
board, amplified and applied to the CRT pins as drive. Drive and cutoff controls for the CRT are also
located on this board.
Brightness, Picture, Sharpness, Color and Tint control voltages are varied by the microprocessor, IC
7600 through individual control lines. IC 7600 also controls selected inputs, as selected by the
consumer.
Video and audio muting are an internal function of IC 7250. Automatic volume limiting also takes place
inside this IC.
Vertical and Horizontal drive signals are also developed inside IC 7250. Vertical drive exits the IC from
pin 47, while Horizontal drive exits at pin 40. These signals are a product of a Voltage Controlled
Oscillator Circuit (VCO) and divider network located inside the chip. Vertical drive is applied to pin 1 of
IC 7401, amplified, shaped, and output from pin 5 where it is applied to the vertical winding of the yoke.
A feedback signal is returned to pin 46 of IC 7250. The vertical sync pulse is also applied to the
microprocessor, IC 7600, to pin 37 for On-Screen Display and Closed-Captioning synchronization. The
horizontal drive signal exits IC 7250 from pin 40 and is applied to Q 7461, the horizontal driver
transistor. The signal is amplified and coupled to the base circuit of Q 7460, the horizontal output
transistor. The H.O.T. drives the Integrated Flyback Transformer, which provides high voltage, screen
voltage, focus, G-2, and filament voltages for the CRT. A scan-derived power supply is also provided by
the IFT. It supplies -13 volts, +13 volts, +50 volts, a secondary +5 volt supply, and a +200 volt source for
video drive. The secondary of the IFT is monitored by safety circuits and is tied back to the
microprocessor and signal-processing IC’s to turn the set off if a problem should occur.
POWER SUPPLY DESCRIPTION
(Display Power Supply Block Diagram)
The F8 chassis family uses a free-running switch-mode power supply with a single controller IC. As AC
power is applied to the set, approximately 160volts DC is developed by the bridge rectifiers and fed to
the primary winding of the power transformer, then to the FET switch. The start voltage for the power
supply is taken from the hot leg of the AC input. This voltage goes to controller IC 7520. A separate
operating voltage is developed from the power transformer, rectified, and applied to IC 7520. The power
supply is on all the time; there is no standby mode. The set is turned on and off by the microprocessor
switching the +8 volt regulator on and off. The +8 volt is the supply voltage for the signal processor.
IC7520 is regulated by means of a feedback circuit, monitoring the +11 volt secondary line. Any voltage
variations are reflected back to the controller IC 7520 through an Opto-Coupler IC and change the
operating frequency of the power supply as needed. REMEMBER TO USE AN ISOLATION
TRANSFORMER WHEN SERVICING THIS CHASSIS.
Complete Circuit Description
When AC is applied, current flow through the Bridge Rectifier circuit causes two simultaneous
events to occur:
1. Capacitor 2508 begins to charge to 160 volts DC.
2. Capacitor 2540 begins to charge to 14.5 volts DC.
When capacitor 2508 is fully charged, 160 volts is applied to the drain of 7518, through
transformer 5545. When capacitor 2540 is fully charged, 14.5 volts is applied to pin 1 of
7520. This voltage will cause 7520 to begin oscillating and putting out a pulse train on
pin 3. These pulses will cause 7518 to conduct which will cause a field to build up in the
primary winding of transformer 5545. When this field collapses, a field will be induced
in the secondary windings. Pins 8 and 9 of 5545 will output to diode 6540, which will
rectify the pulses. Capacitor 2540 will filter the pulses and provide approximately 12.5
volts to pin 1 of 7520. This now becomes the RUN voltage for 7520.
Feedback control is accomplished by monitoring the 140 volt line. The 140 volt,
+VBATT supply is sent through resistor 3571 to pin 3 of the Programmable Regulator
IC, 7570. This regulator will turn on at 2.5 volts DC. Current will then begin to flow
through the diode portion of the Opto-Isolator IC, 7581. The intensity of light caused by
this current flow will then control the conduction of the transistor portion of 7581. The
voltage appearing on pin 4 of 7581 is then monitored by pin 14 of 7520 where it is
compared to a 2.5 volt reference voltage. Changes felt on pin 14 will control the width of
the pulses coming out of pin 3. These pulse changes will determine the “on” time of
7518.
Video Signal Paths
Tuner Video
RF signals are received at the RF input connector on the tuner. From there they are
amplified and sent to the IF circuits within the tuner. The IF signal is amplified and
output on pin 11 and sent to the SAW filter, 1003, for shaping prior to being input to
pins 48 and 49 of the Signal Processor IC,
7250.
AGC voltage is generated in 7250 along with AFT information. The AGC is output on
pin 54 and enters the tuner on pin 1. The AFT information is sent to the micro via the
IIC bus. AFT and Tuning information are then sent from the micro to the tuner where
they enter at pins 4 and 5.
After processing, Composite Video exits 7250 at pin 6 and is buffered by transistor
7266. It is then sent through filter 1201 to remove any audio component. From there, it
re-enters 7250 on pin 13.
Once inside 7250, the signal is split in two directions. It is demodulated, processed and
output as Luminance, R-Y and B-Y on pins 28, 29 and 30.
From there it re-enters 7250 on pins 27, 31 and 32. It is also directly passed through
from pin 13 to pin 38 where it is output and split, once again, in two directions. WE
WILL RETURN TO THIS PATH LATER.
After entering at pins 27, 31 and 32 they are mixed with the signals for OSD or Closed
Captioning coming from the micro, into pins 23, 24, 25 and 26.
After being processed by the matrix circuit they are output to the CRT Panel
on pins 18, 19, 20 and 21.
The signals then enter IC7330 for amplification, output on pins 7, 8 and 9 to the CRT
socket and then to the CRT.
Now, back to where our Video exited 7250 at pin 38 and split in two directions. The first
path is from pin 38 through buffer transistor 7134 to 0223, the Video Output Jack. The
second path is from pin 38 through buffer transistor 7258 to pin 23 of the
microprocessor. This video is used for OSD and Graphics.
External Video
External Video enters at 0223F, the Video Input Jack. From there it is routed to pin 17
of 7250. At this point it is treated the same as Tuner Video.
SVHS
SVHS enters the Jack Panel at S_VHS connector, 1071-A and the Y and C signals are
sent to IC7250, pins 10 and 11. Once the Y and C components enter 7250 they are
processed the same as any other video/chroma.
Audio Signal Paths
The composite signal coming out of pin 6 of IC7250 is buffered by 7266 and sent
through Jumper 4214. Then it goes through a video stripping network consisting of
capacitor 2850, resistor 3850, inductor 5833, and capacitor 2887. Here, the video
component is stripped and only the audio IF is allowed to be applied to pin 58 of the
Audio Decoder IC, 7833. After processing, the left and right audio signals are output on
pins 28 and 29 and sent to the Audio Output IC, 7950.
IC7950 amplifies the left and right audio, outputs them on pins 8 & 10 and 11 & 13 and
sends them to the Headphone/Speaker circuit. This circuit determines which output
medium will be used. If there is not a set of headphones plugged into the Headphone
Jack (0232), the left and right audio are sent to the speaker connector, 0234. If there is
a set of headphones connected, the audio will be sent through the headphones only.
In Mono versions, the Audio IF is taken from pin 6 of 7250, buffered by 7266 and sent
to transistor 7000 for amplification. It then passes through the bandpass filter, 1001,
and enters IC7250 on pin 1. The signal is processed and exits on pin 15. From there it
is sent to pin 55 of IC 7833, processed and output on pin 29. From there it goes to pin 3
of IC7950 where it is amplified and output on pins 11 and 13. This Mono signal is then
applied to the Headphone/Speaker circuit on the L+ and L- lines. If there is no
headphone
connected, the output will be to connector 0215.
External audio is applied to the Jack Panel and sent to pins 49 and 50 of IC7833 where
it is processed and output on pins 28 and 29 and from there on, treated the same as
any other audio.
Volume control and muting is accomplished from pin 2 of the microprocessor to pin 7 of
the audio output IC.
Sweep Circuits
Horizontal Circuit
The horizontal drive pulse is internally generated in IC7250 and is output on pin 40.
This pulse is amplified by transistor 7461 and transformer coupled by 5461 to the base
of the Horizontal Output, 7460, where it is amplified.
Shaping takes place in the collector circuit (C2463 and C2465), which results in a
perfectly timed 825 volt peak-to-peak pulse to drive the deflection yoke and the flyback
transformer.
The Flyback Transformer secondary windings produce 10 working voltages:
VlotAux-11V, VlotAux+11V and VlotAux+50V all supply power to the vertical output IC,
7401.
The 187 volt VideoSupply, the filament voltage, Screen voltage (VG2) and Focus
voltage all go to the CRT board.
The EHT voltage goes to the anode connection on the CRT.
The VT_Supply and the VlotAux+5V Supply both go to the Tuner. The VT_Supply is
zenered down to 33 volts for tuning voltage and the VlotAux+5V supply acts as B+ for
the Tuner and also becomes the +5 volt supply. The VlotAux+5V supply also provides
voltage to the Audio Circuits.
Vertical Circuit
The vertical drive signals are internally generated in IC7250 and are output on pins 46
and 47. From there they are sent to the Vertical Output IC, 7401, pins 1 and 7.
Inside the IC, the waveforms are amplified, shaped and output on pins 5 and 6. The
output on pin 5 is the waveform that drives the yoke and provides feedback to the IC.
The output on pin 6 is the Vertical Synchronization pulse that is sent to pin 37 of the
microprocessor.
Microprocessor
The Microprocessor IC, 7600, is powered by a 3.3 volt source (3V3). This voltage is
derived from the Regulator transistor, 7603. Transistor 7603 is fed from the Vaux, 11
volt supply in the power supply.
The microprocessor communicates with the memory IC, 7601, the Signal Processor IC,
7250, the IR receiver, 7680, the Audio Decoder IC, 7833, the Audio Output IC, 7950,
the U/V tuner and the customer keyboard.
Reset is accomplished shortly after AC is applied. Transistor 7604 is delayed in turning
on by the network consisting of Zener Diode, 6607, and Resistors 3635 and 3636. This
delay is enough to allow the 3.3 volt B+ to the microprocessor come up and through
resistor 3634, place a high on pin 43 (Reset). After the delay, transistor 7604 is turned
on causing pin 43 to go low.
Closed Captioning and On Screen Graphics are generated inside the microprocessor
and sent to the Signal Processor to be added to the main signal. Synchronization for
these processes is provided by feeding Horizontal and Vertical pulses into the micro on
pins 36 and 37.
Protection circuits on the main board all tie into the base of Transistor 7605. When any
one of the protection circuits output a high, it is felt on the base of 7605. When 7605 is
turned on, pin 16 of 7600 is brought low which tells the micro to shut the set down.
Shutdown Circuits
Three of the shutdown protection circuits are derived from pins 7 and 10 of the Flyback
Transformer.
If the voltage on the filament line (pin 7) goes too low, transistor 7482 will turn on and
apply a positive voltage to the P9StbyOn+Protn line.
If the voltage on the filament line (pin 7) goes too high, transistor 7462 will turn on
causing transistor 7463 to turn on and apply a positive voltage to the HEW_Protn line.
If the beam current (pin 10) becomes excessive, the voltage on the EHT line will go
toward the negative direction. This action will cause transistor 7481 to turn on and place
a positive voltage on the P9StbyOn+Protn line.
For sets having East West correction circuitry, pin 10 of 5545 is being monitored by
transistor 7470. Transistors 7470, 7481 and 7482 all control transistor 7605. In the
event of a problem, 7605 will bring pin 16 of the Microprocessor, 7600 low, shutting the
set down.
How to Check an Opto-Isolator
Procedure
Using a basic diagram taken from the F8 schematic, we are going to determine whether
or not IC7581 is functioning properly.
Step #1
Apply the positive lead of a variable DC power supply to the positive terminal of
capacitor 2561. Connect the negative lead of the power supply to pin 1 of IC7570. By
connecting them this way we are able to use resistors 3685 and 3575 as protection for
IC7570.
Step #2
Apply the positive lead of an ohm meter to pin 5 and the negative lead to pin 4 of 7581.
Set the ohmmeter to the 2K scale or greater.
Step #3
Slowly increase the DC voltage from 0 to 5 volts. If the IC is good, you will see the
reading on the ohmmeter start decreasing as the voltage approaches 5 volts.
CAUTION: Do not exceed 5 volts DC.
How to Check a Programmable Regulator IC
Procedure
Using a basic diagram taken from the F8 schematic, we are going to determine whether
or not IC7570 is functioning properly.
Step #1
Apply the positive lead of a variable DC power supply to pin 3 of IC7570 and the
negative lead to cold (chassis) ground.
Step #2
Apply the positive lead of your DVM to pin 1 of IC7570 and the negative lead to cold
ground.
Step #3
Slowly increase the DC voltage from 0 to 2.5 volts. If the IC is good, you will begin to
see a DC voltage reading on your DVM as soon as the applied DC voltage is 2.5 volts.
(Display Signal Flow Block Diagram)
(Display Power Supply Block Diagram)
Philips Consumer Electronics
Manual 7583
Model no.: 26LL590121
First Publish: 10-9-2000
Rev. Date: 08-02-2004
Print Date: 10/07/2006
Technical Service Data
Service and Quality
Service Publications Dept.
One Philips Drive
P.O. Box 14810
Knoxville, TN 37914
Parts List
REFER TO SAFETY GUIDELINES
SAFETY NOTICE: ANY PERSON ATTEMPTING TO SERVICE THIS CHASSIS MUST FAMILIARIZE
HIMSELF WITH THE CHASSIS AND BE AWARE OF THE NECESSARY SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
TO BE USED WHEN SERVICING ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT CONTAINING HIGH VOLTAGES.
CAUTION: USE A SEPARATE ISOLATION TRANSFORMER FOR THIS UNIT WHEN SERVICING
© Philips Electronics North America Corporation
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26LL590121 - Manual no. 7583
Main Chassis Parts
Main Chassis Parts
S 0127
3.15 Amp Fuse, . . . . . . . . . . . .
0138
Clip for 7401. . . . . . . . . . . . .
0140
Clip for 7460. . . . . . . . . . . . .
0152
Cable, DIP, 6 Pin, 400mm . . . . . . .
0153
4 Pin Cable. . . . . . . . . . . . . .
0212
Connector, 2 Pin . . . . . . . . . . .
0220
4 Pin Board Connector. . . . . . . . .
0223
3 Pin Board Connector. . . . . . . . .
0224
1 Pin Board Connector. . . . . . . . .
0228
1 Pin Board Connector. . . . . . . . .
0234
Connector, 4 Pin . . . . . . . . . . .
S 0243
Connector, 6 Pin . . . . . . . . . . .
0244
4 Pin Board Connector. . . . . . . . .
S 0245
Connector, 6 Pin . . . . . . . . . . .
S 0254
CRT Socket (9 Pin) . . . . . . . . . .
0267
Connector, 3 Pin . . . . . . . . . . .
1000
Tuner. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1001
Filter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1003
45 MHz SAW, Filter,. . . . . . . . . .
1200
Filter, Ceramic, 4.5MHz. . . . . . . .
1208
Crystal Resonator. . . . . . . . . . .
S 1500
Fuse, 4A, 250V, IEC. . . . . . . . . .
S 1572
1 Amp, Radial Fuse,. . . . . . . . . .
S 1573
2.5 Amp Fuse, Radial,. . . . . . . . .
S 1580
Relay, 12V . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1600
Switch, Tactile. . . . . . . . . . . .
1601
Switch, Tactile. . . . . . . . . . . .
1602
Switch, Tactile. . . . . . . . . . . .
1603
Switch, Tactile. . . . . . . . . . . .
1606
Switch, Tactile. . . . . . . . . . . .
1660
Crystal, Resonator, 12MHz, 20 Pin. . .
1822
Crystal Resonator, 18MHz432, 12 Pin, HC
49/U A . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2001
Cap, 47n, 10%, 25V, Ceramic. . . . . .
2002
Cap, 100u, 20%, 50V, Electrolytic. . .
2003
Cap, 470u, 20%, 16V, Electrolytic. . .
2004
Cap, 22n, 10%, 50V, Ceramic. . . . . .
2005
Cap, 330p, 5%, 50V, Ceramic. . . . . .
2006
Cap, 82p, 5%, 50V, Ceramic . . . . . .
2011
Cap, 10u, 20%, 50V, Electrolytic . . .
2013
Cap, 100n, +80/-20%, 25V, Ceramic. . .
2102
Cap, 330p, 5%, 50V, Ceramic. . . . . .
2103
Cap, 330p, 5%, 50V, Ceramic. . . . . .
2104
Cap, 330p, 5%, 50V, Ceramic. . . . . .
2201
Cap, 220n, 10%, 50V, Polyester . . . .
2202
Cap, 4n7, 10%, 50V, Ceramic. . . . . .
2203
Cap, 10u, 20%, 50V, Electrolytic . . .
2204
Cap, 100p, 5%, 50V, Ceramic. . . . . .
2205
Cap, 100n, +80/-20%, 25V, Ceramic. . .
2206
Cap, 100n, +80/-20%, 25V, Ceramic. . .
2207
Cap, 100u, 20%, 25V, Electrolytic. . .
2208
Cap, 100u, 20%, 25V, Electrolytic. . .
2209
Cap, 470n, +80/-20%, 16V, Ceramic. . .
2211
Cap, 470n, +80/-20%, 16V, Ceramic. . .
2212
Cap, 470n, +80/-20%, 16V, Ceramic. . .
2213
Cap, 470n, +80/-20%, 16V, Ceramic. . .
2214
Cap, 22n, 10%, 50V, Ceramic. . . . . .
2215
Cap, 2u2, 20%, 50V, Electrolytic . . .
2216
Cap, 220n, 10%, 16V, Ceramic . . . . .
2220
Cap, 15p, 5%, 50V, Ceramic . . . . . .
2221
Cap, 1n, 5%, 50V, Ceramic. . . . . . .
2222
Cap, 100n, +80/-20%, 25V, Ceramic. . .
2226
Cap, 33u, 20%, 25V, Electrolytic . . .
2227
Cap, 1u, 20%, 50V, Electrolytic. . . .
2247
Cap, 47n, 10%, 25V, Ceramic. . . . . .
2248
Cap, 47n, 10%, 25V, Ceramic. . . . . .
2249
Cap, 47n, 10%, 25V, Ceramic. . . . . .
2330
Cap, 100n, 10%, 250V, Metalized Polyest
er. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2340
Cap, 10u, 20%, 250V, Electrolytic. . .
2341
Cap, 3n3, 10%, 500V, Ceramic . . . . .
S 2343
Cap, 3n3, 10%, 2KV, Ceramic. . . . . .
2345
Cap, 1n, 10%, 500V, Ceramic. . . . . .
2401
Cap, 100n, 10%, 50V, Polyester . . . .
2402
Cap, 100n, 10%, 50V, Polyester . . . .
2404
Cap, 220n, 10%, 50V, Polyester . . . .
2405
Cap, 470p, 5%, 50V, Ceramic. . . . . .
2407
Cap, 470p, 5%, 50V, Ceramic. . . . . .
2409
Cap, 220n, 10%, 50V, Polyester . . . .
2420
Cap, 4n7, 10%, 50V, Ceramic. . . . . .
2426
Cap, 100n, 10%, 63V, Metalized Polyeste
2428
Cap, 2n2, 10%, 50V, Ceramic. . . . . .
2429
Cap, 1u, 20%, 50V, Electrolytic. . . .
2430
Cap, 10u, 20%, 50V, Electrolytic . . .
2431
Cap, 100n, +80/-20%, 25V, Ceramic. . .
2437
Cap, 100n, +80/-20%, 25V, Ceramic. . .
2438
Cap, 1u, +80/-20%, 16V, Ceramic. . . .
2440
Cap, 1n, 5%, 50V, Ceramic. . . . . . .
2441
Cap, 1n, 5%, 50V, Ceramic. . . . . . .
2448
Cap, 220p, 10%, 500V, Ceramic. . . . .
S = Safety Part
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019
558
019
014
014
014
016
016
014
017
370
017
025
025
023
023
017
016
016
019
90177
93495
43320
90529
41020
01040
01040
02240
04710
04710
02240
04720
75104
02220
51080
51090
21040
21040
21050
01020
01020
42210
2450
2451
2451
2456
2457
S
S
S
S
Be sure to use exact replacement part.
S
S
S
2458
2459
2461
2462
2463
2465
2469
2473
2481
2482
2484
2485
2486
2487
2488
2489
2490
2491
2492
2500
2502
2504
2505
2507
2508
2511
2517
2518
2520
2521
2522
2524
2529
2530
2531
2532
2533
2540
2545
2550
2551
2561
2562
2564
2565
2571
2572
2573
2575
2576
2586
2604
2609
2613
2615
2616
2617
2618
2619
2620
2621
2622
2623
2624
2625
2626
2627
2628
2629
2630
2631
2633
2679
2681
2697
2843
2851
2852
2853
2854
2855
2856
2857
2858
2860
2861
Cap, 47u, 20%, 160v, Electrolytic. . .
Cap, 15n, 10%, 50V, Polyester. . . . .
0.01uF., 10%, 50V, Polyester, only 27.
Cap, 47n, 10%, 250V, Metalized Polyeste
Cap, 390n, 5%, 250V, Metalized Polyprop
ylene. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Cap, 2u2, 20%, 100V, Electrolytic. . .
Cap, 680p, 10%, 500V, Ceramic. . . . .
Cap, 1n, 10%, 500V, Ceramic. . . . . .
Cap, 47n, 10%, 250V, Metalized Polyeste
470pF., 10%, 2KV, Ceramic. . . . . . .
Cap, 10n, 5%, 1600V, Polypropylene . .
Cap, 1u, 10%, 50V, Polyester . . . . .
Cap, 47u, 20%, 50V, Electrolytic . . .
Cap, 470n, 10%, 50V, Polyester . . . .
Cap, 68n, 10%, 250V, Polyester . . . .
Cap, 100n, 10%, 50V, Polyester . . . .
Cap, 4u7, 20%, 250V, Electrolytic. . .
Cap, 470u, 20%, 16V, Electrolytic. . .
Cap, 100u, 20%, 50V, Electrolytic. . .
Cap, 470u, 20%, 16V, Electrolytic. . .
Cap, 470u, 20%, 16V, Electrolytic. . .
Cap, 470p, 10%, 500V, Ceramic. . . . .
Cap, 470p, 10%, 500V, Ceramic. . . . .
Cap, 180p, 5%, 50V, Ceramic. . . . . .
0.47uF., 250V, Polyester . . . . . . .
Cap, 2n2, 10%, 1KV, Ceramic. . . . . .
Cap, 2n2, 10%, 1KV, Ceramic. . . . . .
Cap, 2n2, 10%, 1KV, Ceramic. . . . . .
Cap, 1n5, 10%, 1KV, Ceramic. . . . . .
Cap, 470u, 20%, 200V, Electrolytic . .
Cap, 470p, 10%, 1KV, Ceramic . . . . .
Cap, 1n, 10%, 50V, Ceramic . . . . . .
Cap, 470p, 10%, 1KV, Ceramic . . . . .
Cap, 82p, 5%, 50V, Ceramic . . . . . .
Cap, 3n3, 10%, 50V, Ceramic. . . . . .
Cap, 3n3, 10%, 50V, Ceramic. . . . . .
Cap, 330p, 5%, 50V, Ceramic. . . . . .
Cap, 100n, +80/-20%, 25V, Ceramic. . .
Cap, 1u, 20%, 50V, Electrolytic. . . .
Cap, 1n, 2%, 50V, Polypropylene. . . .
Cap, 470p, 5%, 50V, Ceramic. . . . . .
Cap, 2n2, 10%, 50V, Ceramic. . . . . .
Cap, 100u, 20%, 25V, Electrolytic. . .
1500pF., 250VAC, Ceramic . . . . . . .
Cap, 470p, 10%, 1KV, Ceramic . . . . .
Cap, 47u, 20%, 160v, Electrolytic. . .
Cap, 1000u, 20%, 16V, Electrolytic . .
Cap, 220p, 10%, 1KV, Ceramic . . . . .
Cap, 1n, 10%, 50V, Ceramic . . . . . .
Cap, 1n, 10%, 50V, Ceramic . . . . . .
Cap, 2u2, 20%, 25V, Electrolytic . . .
Cap, 330p, 5%, 50V, Ceramic. . . . . .
Cap, 33n, 10%, 50V, Ceramic. . . . . .
Cap, 100n, +80/-20%, 25V, Ceramic. . .
Cap, 6n8, 10%, 50V, Ceramic. . . . . .
Cap, 220u, 20%, 25V, Electrolytic. . .
Cap, 22u, 20%, 50V, Electrolytic . . .
Cap, 1n, 5%, 50V, Ceramic. . . . . . .
Cap, 100n, 10%, 50V, Polyester . . . .
Cap, 100n, +80/-20%, 25V, Ceramic. . .
Cap, 22p, 5%, 50V, Ceramic . . . . . .
Cap, 22p, 5%, 50V, Ceramic . . . . . .
Cap, 100p, 5%, 50V, Ceramic. . . . . .
Cap, 1u, 20%, 50V, Electrolytic. . . .
Cap, 22p, 5%, 50V, Ceramic . . . . . .
Cap, 22p, 5%, 50V, Ceramic . . . . . .
Cap, 220u, 20%, 25V, Electrolytic. . .
Cap, 10n, 10%, 50V, Ceramic. . . . . .
Cap, 68p, 5%, 50V, Ceramic . . . . . .
Cap, 390p, 5%, 50V, Ceramic. . . . . .
Cap, 390p, 5%, 50V, Ceramic. . . . . .
Cap, 390p, 5%, 50V, Ceramic. . . . . .
Cap, 390p, 5%, 50V, Ceramic. . . . . .
Cap, 22n, +80/-20%, 50V, Ceramic . . .
Cap, 100n, +80/-20%, 25V, Ceramic. . .
Cap, 1u, +80/-20%, 16V, Ceramic. . . .
Cap, 10n, 10%, 50V, Ceramic. . . . . .
Cap, 100n, +80/-20%, 25V, Ceramic. . .
Cap, 220u, 20%, 25V, Electrolytic. . .
Cap, 1n, 5%, 50V, Ceramic. . . . . . .
Cap, 100u, 20%, 25V, Electrolytic. . .
Cap, 1n, 5%, 50V, Ceramic. . . . . . .
Cap, 1n, 5%, 50V, Ceramic. . . . . . .
Cap, 1n, 5%, 50V, Ceramic. . . . . . .
Cap, 1n, 5%, 50V, Ceramic. . . . . . .
Cap, 3p3, 8%, 50V, Ceramic . . . . . .
Cap, 3p3, 8%, 50V, Ceramic . . . . . .
Cap, 1u, +80/-20%, 16V, Ceramic. . . .
Cap, 47p, 5%, 50V, Ceramic . . . . . .
Cap, 10u, 20%, 50V, Electrolytic . . .
Cap, 100n, +80/-20%, 25V, Ceramic. . .
2020
2020
3198
2222
021
300
138
368
91139
90575
20941
90176
2222
2020
3198
3198
2222
4835
2222
3198
3198
3198
2222
3198
2020
3198
3198
3198
3198
3198
3198
3198
4835
3198
3198
3198
2020
2020
2020
3198
2020
3198
3198
3198
3198
3198
2020
2020
3198
3198
2020
4835
2020
2020
3198
2020
3198
3198
2020
3198
3198
3198
3198
3198
3198
3198
3198
3198
3198
3198
3198
3198
3198
3198
3198
3198
3198
3198
3198
3198
3198
3198
3198
3198
3198
3198
3198
3198
3198
3198
3198
3198
3198
3198
3198
3198
3198
3198
3198
479
021
019
019
368
122
375
014
025
014
347
014
012
025
025
025
025
019
019
016
121
019
019
019
558
024
558
019
558
016
017
017
016
023
021
310
016
017
021
122
558
021
026
558
017
017
021
016
017
023
017
025
025
016
014
023
016
016
016
025
016
016
025
017
016
016
016
016
016
019
023
017
017
023
025
016
025
016
016
016
016
016
016
017
016
025
023
90021
91331
46810
41020
90176
47638
90154
01050
54790
04740
90234
01040
93293
24710
51010
24710
24710
44710
44710
01810
47569
52220
52220
52220
90443
90647
90471
11020
90471
08290
03320
03320
03310
21040
91147
90049
04710
02220
90547
47621
90471
91358
21020
90424
01020
01020
91353
03310
03330
21040
06820
32210
52290
01020
01040
21040
02290
02290
01010
51080
02290
02290
32210
01030
06890
03910
03910
03910
03910
22230
21040
21050
01030
21040
32210
01020
31010
01020
01020
01020
01020
03380
03380
21050
04790
51090
21040
26LL590121 (continued)
S
S
S
S
2862
2863
2864
2865
2866
2867
2868
2869
2870
2871
2874
2875
2877
2882
2883
2884
2888
2889
2950
2952
2954
2955
2956
2958
2959
2960
2961
2962
2963
3000
3001
3010
3013
3014
3015
3016
3021
3103
3104
3108
3109
3123
3200
3201
3203
3204
3205
3206
3208
3209
3212
3213
3215
3216
3217
3218
3219
3220
3225
3228
3231
3232
3233
3243
3246
3247
3248
3249
3250
3251
3252
3253
3257
3258
3259
3331
3332
3333
3334
3335
3336
3340
3341
3342
3343
3344
3345
3346
3401
3402
3403
3405
Cap, 100n, +80/-20%, 25V, Ceramic. .
Cap, 10u, 20%, 50V, Electrolytic . .
Cap, 220n, +80/-20%, 25V, Ceramic. .
Cap, 220n, +80/-20%, 25V, Ceramic. .
Cap, 220n, +80/-20%, 25V, Ceramic. .
Cap, 220n, +80/-20%, 25V, Ceramic. .
Cap, 4u7, 20%, 50V, Electrolytic . .
Cap, 100n, +80/-20%, 25V, Ceramic. .
Cap, 100n, +80/-20%, 25V, Ceramic. .
Cap, 10u, 20%, 50V, Electrolytic . .
Cap, 47p, 5%, 50V, Ceramic . . . . .
Cap, 47p, 5%, 50V, Ceramic . . . . .
Cap, 100n, +80/-20%, 25V, Ceramic. .
Cap, 1n, 5%, 50V, Ceramic. . . . . .
Cap, 10u, 20%, 50V, Electrolytic . .
Cap, 1n, 5%, 50V, Ceramic. . . . . .
Cap, 100u, 20%, 25V, Electrolytic. .
Cap, 100n, +80/-20%, 25V, Ceramic. .
Cap, 100u, 20%, 25V, Electrolytic. .
Cap, 1u, +80/-20%, 16V, Ceramic. . .
Cap, 470n, +80/-20%, 16V, Ceramic. .
Cap, 10n, 10%, 50V, Ceramic. . . . .
Cap, 1u, +80/-20%, 16V, Ceramic. . .
Cap, 470n, +80/-20%, 16V, Ceramic. .
Cap, 10n, 10%, 50V, Ceramic. . . . .
Cap, 2u2, 20%, 25V, Electrolytic . .
Cap, 10u, 20%, 16V, Electrolytic . .
Cap, 10p, 5%, 50V, Ceramic . . . . .
Cap, 10p, 5%, 50V, Ceramic . . . . .
Res, 100 ohm, 5%, 1/6W, Carbon Film.
Res, 100 ohm, 5%, 1/6W, Carbon Film.
Res, 560 ohm, 5%, 1/6W, Carbon Film.
Zero ohm,. . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4.7k, 5%, 1/10W, Metal Film. . . . .
22k, 5%, 1/10W, Metal Film . . . . .
Res, 680 ohm, 5%, 1/6W, Carbon Film.
Res, 1K, 2%, 0,25W . . . . . . . . .
Res, 8K2, 5%, 1/6W, Carbon Film. . .
10k, 5%, 1/10W, Metal Film . . . . .
Res, 8K2, 5%, 1/6W, Carbon Film. . .
10k, 5%, 1/10W, Metal Film . . . . .
75 ohm, 5%, 1/10W, Metal Film. . . .
560 ohm, 5%, 1/10W, Metal Film . . .
390 ohm, 5%, 1/10W, Metal Film . . .
330 ohm, 5%, 1/10W, Metal Film . . .
Res, 1K8, 5%, 1/6W, Carbon Film. . .
Res, 1K, 2%, 0,25W . . . . . . . . .
560 ohm, 5%, 1/10W, Metal Film . . .
Res, 100 ohm, 5%, 1/6W, Carbon Film.
22k, 5%, 1/10W, Metal Film . . . . .
390 ohm, 5%, 1/10W, Metal Film . . .
560 ohm, 5%, 1/10W, Metal Film . . .
22k, 5%, 1/10W, Metal Film . . . . .
Zero ohm,. . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Res, 1M5, 5%, 1/8W, Metalized Glass.
100 ohm, 5%, 1/10W, Metal Film . . .
560 ohm, 5%, 1/10W, Metal Film . . .
100 ohm, 5%, 1/10W, Metal Film . . .
100k, 5%, 1/10W, Metal Film. . . . .
100 ohm, 5%, 1/10W, Metal Film . . .
Zero ohm,. . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Zero ohm,. . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Zero ohm,. . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4.7k, 5%, 1/10W, Metal Film. . . . .
82k, 5%, 1/10W, Metal Film . . . . .
Res, 100 ohm, 5%, 1/6W, Carbon Film.
Res, 100 ohm, 5%, 1/6W, Carbon Film.
Res, 330K, 5%, 1/10W, Glass. . . . .
Zero ohm,. . . . . . . . . . . . . .
100k, 5%, 1/10W, Metal Film. . . . .
2.2k, 5%, 1/10W, Metal Film. . . . .
2.2k, 5%, 1/10W, Metal Film. . . . .
100 ohm, 5%, 1/10W, Metal Film . . .
100 ohm, 5%, 1/10W, Metal Film . . .
100 ohm, 5%, 1/10W, Metal Film . . .
Res, 100 ohm, 5%, 1/6W, Carbon Film.
Res, 1K, 20%, 1/2W, Carbon Film. . .
Res, 100 ohm, 5%, 1/6W, Carbon Film.
Res, 1K, 20%, 1/2W, Carbon Film. . .
Res, 100 ohm, 5%, 1/6W, Carbon Film.
Res, 1K, 20%, 1/2W, Carbon Film. . .
Res, 10 ohm, 5%, 1/3W, Metal Film. .
1 ohm, 5%, 1/3W, Metal Film. . . . .
1 ohm, 5%, 1/3W, Metal Film. . . . .
1.5k, 20%, 1/2W, Carbon Composition.
Res, 22 ohm, 5%, 1/6W, Carbon Film .
VDR, DC, 1mA, 50V, MAX 115V . . . .
Res, 22 ohm, 5%, 1/6W, Carbon Film .
3.3 ohm, 5%, 1/4W, Carbon Film . . .
3.3 ohm, 5%, 1/4W, Carbon Film . . .
3.3 ohm, 5%, 1/4W, Carbon Film . . .
Res, 2K, 1%, 3/5W, Metal Film. . . .
S = Safety Part
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4835
4835
4835
3198
4822
3198
4835
3198
4835
4835
4835
4835
4835
3198
4822
4835
3198
4835
4835
4835
4835
4835
2322
4835
4835
4835
4835
4835
4835
4835
4835
4835
4835
3198
3198
3198
4835
4835
4835
4835
4835
4835
4835
3198
2120
3198
2120
3198
2120
2306
4822
4822
4835
3198
2322
3198
3198
3198
3198
2322
023
025
023
023
023
023
025
023
023
025
016
016
023
016
025
016
025
023
025
017
017
017
017
017
017
026
028
016
016
011
011
011
111
111
111
011
051
011
111
011
111
111
111
111
111
011
051
111
011
111
111
111
111
111
730
111
111
111
111
111
111
111
111
111
111
011
011
021
111
111
111
111
111
111
111
011
103
011
103
011
103
204
111
111
110
011
593
011
011
011
011
156
21040
51090
22240
22240
22240
22240
54780
21040
21040
51090
04790
04790
21040
01020
51090
01020
31010
21040
31010
21050
24740
01030
21050
24740
01030
32220
21090
01090
01090
01010
01010
05610
27056
27052
37441
06810
10102
08220
37216
08220
37216
37276
27054
37253
37443
01820
10102
27054
01010
37441
37253
27054
37441
27056
61155
37432
27054
37432
37434
37432
27056
27056
27056
27052
37277
01010
01010
53340
27056
37434
37234
37234
37432
37432
37432
01010
90046
01010
90046
01010
90046
03109
30483
30483
47034
02290
13507
02290
03380
03380
03380
22002
Be sure to use exact replacement part.
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
3406
3407
3408
3409
3410
3411
3420
3421
3422
3423
3424
3425
3426
3428
3429
3431
3432
3436
3437
3438
3442
3447
3448
3449
3452
3453
3454
3458
3461
3462
3463
3464
3465
3466
3467
3467
3468
3469
3478
3480
3481
3482
3483
3484
3485
3486
3487
3488
3490
3491
3492
3495
3496
3497
3501
3502
3503
S
S
S
S
3505
3508
3510
3511
3512
3513
3514
S 3515
3516
3517
S 3518
3520
3521
S 3525
3528
3529
3530
3532
3534
3536
3537
S 3542
3570
3571
3573
3574
3575
3577
3578
3579
3585
3592
3594
Res, 1K, 5%, 1/6W, Carbon Film . . . .
Res, 2K, 1%, 3/5W, Metal Film. . . . .
Res, 1K, 5%, 1/6W, Carbon Film . . . .
1.5 ohm, 5%, 1/3W, Metal Film. . . . .
Res, 220 ohm, 5%, 1/6W, Carbon Film. .
Res, 220 ohm, 5%, 1/6W, Carbon Film. .
470k, 5%, 1/10W, Metal Film. . . . . .
Res, 2K2, 5%, 1/6W, Carbon Film. . . .
Res, 2K2, 5%, 1/6W, Carbon Film. . . .
Res, 680K, 5%, 1/10W, Metalized Glass.
Res, 10M, 10%, 1/10W, Metalized Glass.
150k, 5%, 1/10W, Metal Film. . . . . .
39k, 5%, 1/10W, Metal Film . . . . . .
22k, 5%, 1/10W, Metal Film . . . . . .
27k, 5%, 1/10W, Metal Film . . . . . .
3.3k, 5%, 1/10W, Metal Film. . . . . .
100 ohm, 5%, 1/10W, Metal Film . . . .
Res, 1K, 2%, 0,25W . . . . . . . . . .
10k, 5%, 1/10W, Metal Film . . . . . .
33k, 1/4W, Carbon Film . . . . . . . .
Res, 3K9, 5%, 1/6W, Carbon Film. . . .
10k, 5%, 1/10W, Metal Film . . . . . .
Res, 8K2, 5%, 1/6W, Carbon Film. . . .
Res, 3K3, 5%, 1/6W, Carbon Film. . . .
Res, 22 ohm, 5%, 2 1/2W, Metal Film. .
Res, 4R7, 5%, 5W, Wire Wound . . . . .
Res, 33K, 5%, 1 1/3W, Metal Film . . .
Res, 1K, 5%, 1/6W, Carbon Film . . . .
Res, 4K7, 5%, 1/6W, Carbon Film. . . .
Res, 6K8, 5%, 5W, Metal Film . . . . .
Res, 47 ohm, 5%, 1/6W, Carbon Film . .
Res, 1K, 2%, 0,25W . . . . . . . . . .
Res, 10 ohm, 5%, 1/3W, Metal Film. . .
Res, 39K, 1%, 3/5W, Metal Film . . . .
Res, 14K, 1%, 3/5W, Metal Film . . . .
Res, 15K, 1%, 3/5W, Metal Film . . . .
Res, 1K, 5%, 1/6W, Carbon Film . . . .
3.3k, 5%, 1/10W, Metal Film. . . . . .
Res, 220K, 5%, 1/6W, Carbon Film . . .
Res, 27K, 1%, 3/5W, Metal Film . . . .
Res, 100K, 1%, 3/5W, Metal Film. . . .
Res, 32K4, 1%, 3/5W, Metal Film. . . .
Res, 22K, 5%, 1/6W, Carbon Film. . . .
Res, 10K, 5%, 1/6W, Carbon Film. . . .
4.7 ohm, 5%, 1/2W, Metal Film. . . . .
1 ohm, 5%, 1/2W, Metal Film. . . . . .
1 ohm, 5%, 1/2W, Metal Film. . . . . .
4.7 ohm, 5%, 1/2W, Metal Film. . . . .
1 ohm, 5%, 1/2W, Metal Film. . . . . .
1 ohm, 5%, 1/2W, Metal Film. . . . . .
1 ohm, 5%, 1/2W, Metal Film. . . . . .
6.8k, 5%, 1/10W, Metal Film. . . . . .
10k, 5%, 1/10W, Metal Film . . . . . .
10k, 5%, 1/10W, Metal Film . . . . . .
Res, 470 ohm, 20%, 1/2W, Carbon Film .
Res, 2M2, 5%, 1/2W, Metalized Glass. .
10ohm, 120VAC, Positive Temperature Coe
fficient . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Surge Protector. . . . . . . . . . . .
Res, 22K, 5%, 2 1/2W, Metal Film . . .
Res, 33K, 5%, 2 1/2W, Metal Film . . .
Res, 1K, 10%, 7W, Metal Film . . . . .
15k, 5%, 1/10W, Metal Film . . . . . .
Res, 180K, 5%, 1/4W, Carbon Film . . .
Res, 820K, 1%, 3/5W, Metal Film. . . .
2.5 ohm, 20%, 3.6W, Negative Temperatur
e Coefficient. . . . . . . . . . . . .
Res, 1K, 2%, 0,25W . . . . . . . . . .
Res, 1K, 5%, 1/6W, Carbon Film . . . .
Res, 0R22, 5%, 3W, Metal Film. . . . .
Res, 82K, 5%, 1/6W, Carbon Film. . . .
330 ohm, 5%, 1/10W, Metal Film . . . .
33 ohm, 5%, 1/3W, Metal Film . . . . .
Res, 100 ohm, 5%, 1/6W, Carbon Film. .
Res, 68 ohm, 5%, 1/6W, Carbon Film . .
Res, 3K3, 5%, 1/6W, Carbon Film. . . .
Res, 6K8, 5%, 1/6W, Carbon Film. . . .
15k, 5%, 1/10W, Metal Film . . . . . .
Res, 18K, 5%, 1/6W, Carbon Film. . . .
Res, 10K, 5%, 1/6W, Carbon Film. . . .
4.7 Megohm, 5%, 1/2W, Metal Film . . .
15k, 5%, 1/10W, Metal Film . . . . . .
Res, 150K, 1%, 3/5W, Metal Film. . . .
Res, 2K, 1%, 1/10W, Metalized Glass. .
33k, 5%, 1/10W, Metal Film . . . . . .
Res, 100 ohm, 5%, 1/6W, Carbon Film. .
Res, 10K, 5%, 1/6W, Carbon Film. . . .
Res, 1K, 2%, 0,25W . . . . . . . . . .
Res, 1K, 1%, 1/10W, Metalized Glass. .
Res, 100 ohm, 5%, 1/6W, Carbon Film. .
10k, 5%, 1/10W, Metal Film . . . . . .
22k, 5%, 1/10W, Metal Film . . . . . .
3198
2322
3198
4835
3198
3198
4835
3198
3198
3198
2120
4835
4835
4835
4835
4835
4835
4822
4835
4835
3198
4835
3198
3198
2322
2322
2322
3198
3198
2322
3198
4822
2306
2322
2322
2322
3198
4835
3198
2322
2322
2322
3198
3198
4835
4835
4835
4835
4835
4835
4835
4835
4835
4835
2120
2322
011
156
011
116
011
011
111
011
011
021
108
111
111
111
111
111
111
051
111
110
011
111
011
011
195
251
194
011
011
257
011
051
204
156
156
156
011
111
011
156
156
156
011
011
110
110
110
110
110
110
110
111
111
111
103
242
01020
22002
01020
57664
02210
02210
37407
02220
02220
56840
90606
27045
27051
37441
37442
37247
37432
10102
37216
57375
03920
37216
08220
03320
63229
41478
63333
01020
04720
41682
04790
10102
03109
23903
21403
21503
01020
37247
02240
22703
21004
23243
02230
01030
47023
27012
27012
47023
27012
27012
27012
37272
37216
37216
90019
13225
4835
2422
2322
2322
2322
4835
2120
2322
116
549
195
195
258
111
101
156
47001
43073
63223
63333
41102
37458
74184
28204
2122
4822
3198
2120
3198
4835
4835
3198
3198
3198
3198
4835
3198
3198
4835
4835
2322
2120
4835
3198
3198
4822
2120
3198
4835
4835
612
051
011
106
011
111
116
011
011
011
011
111
011
011
116
111
156
108
111
011
011
051
108
011
111
111
00023
10102
01020
90548
08230
37443
57665
01010
06890
03320
06820
37458
01830
01030
57009
37458
21504
92657
37248
01010
01030
10102
91451
01010
37216
37441
26LL590121 (continued)
3595
3596
3597
3598
3599
3607
3608
3609
3611
3612
3613
3615
3617
3618
3619
3629
3630
3631
S 3632
3633
3634
3635
3636
3637
3651
3652
3653
3654
3655
3657
3661
3662
3663
3664
3665
3666
3667
3672
3673
3674
3675
3676
3677
3680
3681
3682
3683
3684
3841
3842
3843
3844
3845
3950
3951
3952
3953
3954
3955
3956
3957
4001
4002
4004
4007
4009
4010
4011
4012
4013
4020
4051
4100
4101
4102
4103
4143
4144
4203
4207
4212
4214
4215
4216
4501
4602
4650
4651
4652
4654
4655
4684
68k, 5%, 1/6W, Carbon Film . . . . . .
Res, 10K, 5%, 1/6W, Carbon Film. . . .
100 ohm, 5%, 1/10W, Metal Film . . . .
10k, 5%, 1/10W, Metal Film . . . . . .
22k, 5%, 1/10W, Metal Film . . . . . .
8.2k, 5%, 1/8W, Inline Package . . . .
2.2k, 5%, 1/8W, Inline Package . . . .
2.2k, 5%, Resistor Network . . . . . .
Res, 1K, 2%, 0,25W . . . . . . . . . .
10k, 5%, 1/10W, Metal Film . . . . . .
10k, 5%, 1/10W, Metal Film . . . . . .
10k, 5%, 1/10W, Metal Film . . . . . .
8.2k, 5%, 1/10W, Metal Film. . . . . .
Res, 100 ohm, 5%, 1/6W, Carbon Film. .
4.7k, 5%, 1/10W, Metal Film. . . . . .
470 ohm, 5%, 1/10W, Metal Film . . . .
Res, 470 ohm, 5%, 1/6W, Carbon Film. .
27k, 5%, 1/10W, Metal Film . . . . . .
Res, 47 ohm, 5%, 2 1/2W, Metal Film. .
Res, 820 ohm, 5%, 1/6W, Carbon Film. .
2.2k, 5%, 1/10W, Metal Film. . . . . .
22k, 5%, 1/10W, Metal Film . . . . . .
22k, 5%, 1/10W, Metal Film . . . . . .
2.2k, 5%, 1/10W, Metal Film. . . . . .
Res, 100 ohm, 5%, 1/6W, Carbon Film. .
Res, 100 ohm, 5%, 1/6W, Carbon Film. .
Res, 10K, 5%, 1/6W, Carbon Film. . . .
100 ohm, 5%, 1/10W, Metal Film . . . .
100 ohm, 5%, 1/10W, Metal Film . . . .
Res, 270 ohm, 5%, 1/6W, Carbon Film. .
Res, 100 ohm, 5%, 1/6W, Carbon Film. .
4.7k, 5%, 1/10W, Metal Film. . . . . .
8.2k, 5%, 1/10W, Metal Film. . . . . .
8.2k, 5%, 1/10W, Metal Film. . . . . .
4.7k, 5%, 1/10W, Metal Film. . . . . .
5.6k, 5%, 1/10W, Metal Film. . . . . .
27k, 5%, 1/10W, Metal Film . . . . . .
4.7k, 5%, 1/10W, Metal Film. . . . . .
10k, 5%, 1/10W, Metal Film . . . . . .
1.8k, 5%, 1/10W, Metal Film. . . . . .
Res, 150 ohm, 5%, 1/10W, Metalized Glas
Res, 150 ohm, 5%, 1/10W, Metalized Glas
Res, 150 ohm, 5%, 1/10W, Metalized Glas
680 ohm, 5%, 1/10W, Metal Film . . . .
4.7k, 5%, 1/10W, Metal Film. . . . . .
8.2k, 5%, 1/10W, Metal Film. . . . . .
100 ohm, 5%, 1/10W, Metal Film . . . .
3.3k, 5%, 1/10W, Metal Film. . . . . .
Res, 100 ohm, 5%, 1/6W, Carbon Film. .
Res, 100 ohm, 5%, 1/6W, Carbon Film. .
47k, 5%, 1/10W, Metal Film . . . . . .
470 ohm, 5%, 1/10W, Metal Film . . . .
470 ohm, 5%, 1/10W, Metal Film . . . .
Res, 680 ohm, 5%, 1/6W, Carbon Film. .
3.3k, 5%, 1/10W, Metal Film. . . . . .
Res, 100 ohm, 5%, 1/6W, Carbon Film. .
6.8k, 5%, 1/10W, Metal Film. . . . . .
1.5k, 5%, 1/10W, Metal Film. . . . . .
Res, 4K7, 5%, 1/6W, Carbon Film. . . .
1.5k, 5%, 1/10W, Metal Film. . . . . .
Res, 4K7, 5%, 1/6W, Carbon Film. . . .
Zero ohm,. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Zero ohm,. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Zero ohm,. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Zero ohm,. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Zero ohm,. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Zero ohm,. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Zero ohm,. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Zero ohm,. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Zero ohm,. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Zero ohm,. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Zero ohm,. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Zero ohm,. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Zero ohm,. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Zero ohm,. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Zero ohm,. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Zero ohm,. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Zero ohm,. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Zero ohm,. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Zero ohm,. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Zero ohm,. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Zero ohm,. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Zero ohm,. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Zero ohm,. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Zero ohm,. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Zero ohm,. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Zero ohm,. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Zero ohm,. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Zero ohm,. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Zero ohm,. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Zero ohm,. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Zero ohm,. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
S = Safety Part
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3198
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2322
3198
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3198
3198
3198
4835
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3198
4835
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4835
4835
4835
4835
4835
4835
4835
4835
111
011
111
111
111
111
111
108
051
111
111
111
111
011
111
111
011
111
195
011
111
111
111
111
011
011
011
111
111
011
011
111
111
111
111
111
111
111
111
111
021
021
021
111
111
111
111
111
011
011
111
111
111
011
111
011
111
111
011
111
011
111
111
111
111
111
111
111
111
111
111
111
111
111
111
111
111
111
111
111
111
111
111
111
111
111
111
111
111
111
111
111
37205
01030
37432
37216
37441
97046
97049
93868
10102
37216
37216
37216
37448
01010
27052
37259
04710
37442
63479
08210
37234
37441
37441
37234
01010
01010
01030
37432
37432
02710
01010
27052
37448
37448
27052
37376
37442
27052
37216
37231
51510
51510
51510
37271
27052
37448
37432
37247
01010
01010
37445
37259
37259
06810
37247
01010
37272
37437
04720
37437
04720
27056
27056
27056
27056
27056
27056
27056
27056
27056
27056
27056
27056
27056
27056
27056
27056
27056
27056
27056
27056
27056
27056
27056
27056
27056
27056
27056
27056
27056
27056
27056
Be sure to use exact replacement part.
4687
4831
4832
4833
4902
4903
4904
4905
4909
4911
4912
4914
4957
4999
5000
5004
5201
5202
5342
S 5445
S 5445
5451
5457
5461
5480
5480
5480
S 5500
5516
5518
5521
5540
S 5545
5551
5552
5572
5573
5575
5576
5577
5600
5601
5620
5821
5831
5832
6008
6113
6211
6212
6213
6331
6333
6335
6401
6402
6403
6404
6449
6450
6460
6463
6465
6466
6480
6481
6485
6486
6487
6488
6490
6505
6507
6508
6510
6511
6512
6513
6514
6540
6550
6560
6570
6582
6584
6585
6590
6591
6601
6606
Zero ohm,. . . . . . . . . . . . .
Zero ohm,. . . . . . . . . . . . .
Zero ohm,. . . . . . . . . . . . .
Zero ohm,. . . . . . . . . . . . .
Zero ohm,. . . . . . . . . . . . .
Zero ohm,. . . . . . . . . . . . .
Zero ohm,. . . . . . . . . . . . .
Zero ohm,. . . . . . . . . . . . .
Zero ohm,. . . . . . . . . . . . .
Zero ohm,. . . . . . . . . . . . .
Zero ohm,. . . . . . . . . . . . .
Zero ohm,. . . . . . . . . . . . .
Zero ohm,. . . . . . . . . . . . .
Zero ohm,. . . . . . . . . . . . .
Coil, 5u6. . . . . . . . . . . . .
Coil, 820n . . . . . . . . . . . .
Coil, 22u. . . . . . . . . . . . .
Coil, 6u8. . . . . . . . . . . . .
22uH., 10%, Coil, Peaking. . . . .
Transformer, L.O.T., models ending
101, C121, and C125. . . . . . . .
Transformer, L.O.T., models ending
221 and C225 . . . . . . . . . . .
Coil, 27u. . . . . . . . . . . . .
Coil, Linear Correction. . . . . .
Transformer. . . . . . . . . . . .
Coil, 27u. . . . . . . . . . . . .
Coil, 39u. . . . . . . . . . . . .
33uH., Peaking Coil, only in 25. .
Filter, Mains, 5mH, 2A . . . . . .
100uH., Coil . . . . . . . . . . .
Fixed, Inductor, 100MHz, 50R. . .
Coil, 2u2. . . . . . . . . . . . .
Coil, 4u7. . . . . . . . . . . . .
Transfomer,. . . . . . . . . . . .
27uH., 5%, Coil, Peaking . . . . .
Fixed, Inductor, 100MHz, 50R. . .
100uH., Coil . . . . . . . . . . .
100uH., Coil . . . . . . . . . . .
100uH., Coil . . . . . . . . . . .
100uH., Coil . . . . . . . . . . .
Fixed, Inductor, 100MHz, 50R. . .
Coil, 8u2. . . . . . . . . . . . .
Coil, 8u2. . . . . . . . . . . . .
Coil, 6u8. . . . . . . . . . . . .
Coil, 100u . . . . . . . . . . . .
Coil, 12u. . . . . . . . . . . . .
Coil, 12u. . . . . . . . . . . . .
Zener, 33 Volt BZX79-C33 . . . . .
Zener Diode, 6.8 volt. . . . . . .
Diode, 1N4148. . . . . . . . . . .
Diode, 1N4148. . . . . . . . . . .
Diode, 1N4148. . . . . . . . . . .
Diode. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Diode. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Diode. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Diode. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Zener, 33 Volt, BZX79-C33. . . . .
Diode. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Diode. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Diode, 1N4148. . . . . . . . . . .
Diode, 1N4148. . . . . . . . . . .
Diode, Rect, BY228/20 . . . . . .
Diode, 1N4148. . . . . . . . . . .
Diode, BYD33J. . . . . . . . . . .
Diode, BYD33J. . . . . . . . . . .
Diode, Zener . . . . . . . . . . .
Diode, 1N4148. . . . . . . . . . .
Diode, BYD33J. . . . . . . . . . .
Diode, EGP20DL-530 . . . . . . . .
Diode. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Diode, Rect, BYV27-200. . . . . .
Diode, Rect, BYV27-200. . . . . .
Diode, Bridge Rect, GBU6JL-7002 .
Diode, BYD33J. . . . . . . . . . .
Diode, BYD33J. . . . . . . . . . .
Zener Diode, 20 volt . . . . . . .
Diode, BYV95C. . . . . . . . . . .
Diode, Rect, BY228/20 . . . . . .
Diode, Rect, BY228/20 . . . . . .
Zener, 18 Volt, BZX79-C18. . . . .
Diode. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Diode, Rect, BY229X-800 . . . . .
Diode, EGP20DL-530 . . . . . . . .
Diode, EGP20DL-530 . . . . . . . .
Diode, EGP20DL-530 . . . . . . . .
Diode, 1N4148. . . . . . . . . . .
Diode, 1N4148. . . . . . . . . . .
Diode, EGP20DL-530 . . . . . . . .
Diode, BAS216. . . . . . . . . . .
Diode, Zener . . . . . . . . . . .
Zener, 4.7 Volt, BZX79-C4V7. . . .
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4835
111
111
111
111
111
111
111
111
111
111
111
111
111
111
018
535
018
018
157
27056
27056
27056
27056
27056
27056
27056
27056
27056
27056
27056
27056
27056
27056
25680
97314
22290
16880
67069
2422 531 02327
3128
2422
3128
3128
2422
2422
4835
2422
4835
3198
3198
3198
2422
4835
3198
4835
4835
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3198
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3198
3198
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3198
3198
4835
9340
4835
4835
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4835
4835
4835
4835
9336
4835
4835
4835
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9322
9322
9322
4835
4835
9331
4835
4822
4822
4835
4835
9340
4835
4835
4835
4835
4835
4835
4835
4835
4835
138
535
138
138
535
535
157
549
157
018
018
018
531
157
018
157
157
157
157
018
018
018
018
018
018
018
130
386
130
130
130
130
130
130
130
130
130
130
130
130
215
130
130
130
130
130
130
130
130
126
126
138
130
130
178
130
130
130
130
130
380
130
130
130
130
130
130
130
130
130
20941
96614
53241
33811
97334
97336
58205
43432
67078
90010
12280
14780
02314
67052
90010
67078
67078
67078
67078
90010
18280
18280
16880
21010
21290
21290
37904
40115
37048
37048
37048
37294
37294
37294
37094
37904
37094
37094
37048
37048
80112
37048
37094
37094
37947
37048
37094
37919
37094
72673
72673
08667
37094
37094
60133
37052
41275
41275
37908
37294
30127
37919
37919
37919
37048
37048
37919
37905
37684
37005
26LL590121 (continued)
6607
6690
6831
6951
6961
7250
7251
7254
7256
7258
7263
7266
7330
7401
7460
7461
7462
7463
7480
7481
7482
7518
7518
7520
7570
S 7581
7590
7591
7592
7600
7601
7603
7604
7605
7608
7609
7680
7833
7950
9423
CBA
Zener, 6.8 Volt, BZX79-C6V8. . . . .
LED, LTL-307P. . . . . . . . . . . .
Diode, BAS216. . . . . . . . . . . .
Diode, BAS216. . . . . . . . . . . .
Diode, BAS216. . . . . . . . . . . .
IC,. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
IC, LM317T . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Transistor, NPN, BC847B. . . . . . .
Transistor, NPN, BC847B. . . . . . .
Transistor, NPN, BC847B. . . . . . .
Transistor, PNP, BC857B. . . . . . .
Transistor, NPN, BC847B. . . . . . .
IC,. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
IC,. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Transistor, NPN, BU1508DX. . . . . .
Transistor, NPN, BF819 . . . . . . .
Transistor, BC547B . . . . . . . . .
Transistor, BC557B . . . . . . . . .
IC,. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Transistor, BC557B . . . . . . . . .
Transistor, PNP, BC857B. . . . . . .
STH8NA60FI SMPS FET . . . . . . . .
STH10NC60FI SMPS FET. . . . . . . .
IC, MC44603A . . . . . . . . . . . .
IC,. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Coupler, TCDT1101G . . . . . . . . .
Transistor, NPN, BC847B. . . . . . .
Transistor, NPN, BC847B. . . . . . .
Transistor, NPN, BC847B. . . . . . .
IC, SAA5543PS/M4/1046 L90US1-1.4 . .
IC, ST24W04B6. . . . . . . . . . . .
Transistor, NPN, BC337 . . . . . . .
Transistor, NPN, BC847B. . . . . . .
Transistor, NPN, BC847B. . . . . . .
Transistor, NPN, BC847B. . . . . . .
Transistor, NPN, BC847B. . . . . . .
IR Receiver. . . . . . . . . . . . .
IC,. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
IC,. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Res, 10K, 5%, 1/6W, Carbon Film. . .
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Cabinet & Accessory Parts
Cabinet & Accessory Parts
S AC01
Power Cord . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
S AC02
Anode Clip . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
AC03
Cabinet Back . . . . . . . . . . . . .
AC04
Cabinet Front. . . . . . . . . . . . .
AC05
Chassis Guide. . . . . . . . . . . . .
AC06
Control Buttons. . . . . . . . . . . .
S AC07
Convergence and Purity Assembly. . . .
S AC08
CRT A63AFW86X (26LL59 1121). . . . . .
S AC08
CRT A63AFW36X (C121 Version) . . . . .
S AC09
Coil, Degaussing . . . . . . . . . . .
S AC09
Coil, Degaussing . . . . . . . . . . .
AC11
Light Guide. . . . . . . . . . . . . .
AC12
Nameplate. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
AC13
Owner's Manual, English & Spanish (26LL
59 0121) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
AC13
Owner's Manual, Spanish (26LL59 1121).
AC14
Power Button . . . . . . . . . . . . .
REMOTE Remote Transmitter, RC282901/01. . . .
AC16
Speaker, 5W, 16 ohm (2 Used) . . . . .
S AC18
Yoke . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
AC19
Yoke Wedge (3 Used). . . . . . . . . .
S AC20
AC Adapt, UL - IEC (26LL59 1121) . . .
AC21
Battery, 1.5V AA, 2-Pack, (Not Shown .
AC24
Spring . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
S = Safety Part
4835
4835
4835
4835
4835
9352
9337
4822
4822
4822
5322
4822
9352
9322
9340
9335
4835
4835
9322
4835
5322
9322
9322
4835
9337
9338
4822
4822
4822
4835
9322
9331
4822
4822
4822
4822
9322
9322
4835
3198
00EM
130
130
130
130
130
620
220
130
130
130
130
130
184
121
170
354
130
130
028
130
130
068
155
209
711
431
130
130
130
310
097
796
130
130
130
130
127
135
209
011
F82
37945
97096
37905
37905
37905
26112
80682
60511
60511
60511
60508
60511
10112
47687
50127
50127
47055
47409
93682
47409
60508
92687
66687
88537
00676
30682
60511
60511
60511
57477
23682
00126
60511
60511
60511
60511
53667
49682
88543
01030
0A002
3135
4835
3139
3139
3139
3139
2422
9301
9301
3121
3121
3139
4835
010
256
124
137
124
124
549
734
763
218
218
124
459
04731
97264
27731
52851
31381
27351
43385
20443
20443
62961
62971
26461
17546
3135
3135
3139
3139
2422
3313
4835
3135
9299
3139
015
015
124
228
264
203
535
010
000
121
10711
10721
26444
81441
00333
00121
27001
03071
10137
26231
Be sure to use exact replacement part.