Philips 13MT143S Specifications

Colour Television
Chassis
L03.2U
AA
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Contents
1. Technical Specifications, Connections,
and Chassis Overview
2. Safety Instructions, Warnings, and Notes
3. Directions for Use
4. Mechanical Instructions
5. Service Modes, Error Codes, and Faultfinding
6. Block Diagrams, Testpoint Overview, and
Waveforms
Block Diagram
I2C and Supply Voltage Overview
Testpoint Overview Mono Carrier & CRT Panel
7. Circuit Diagrams and PWB Layouts
Power Supply
(Diagram A1)
Deflection
(Diagram A2)
Tuner IF
(Diagram A3)
IF, Video Proc., Control, and Sync(Diagram A4)
Audio - BTSC Stereo Decoder
(Diagram A5)
Audio Amp.+ Mono Sound Proc. (Diagram A6)
Front I/O + Control + Headphone (Diagram A7)
CRT Panel
(Diagram B1)
8. Alignments
9. Circuit Descriptions
Abbreviation List
IC Data Sheets
10 Spare Parts List
11 Revision List
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Diagram
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PWB
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EN 3122 785 14560
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1.
Technical Specifications, Connections, and Chassis Overview
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1. Technical Specifications, Connections, and Chassis Overview
1.1
Technical Specifications
1.1.1
Reception
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Tuning system
Colour systems
Sound systems
PLL
NTSC M
Mono, or
BTSC with SAP
NTSC M
181 Presets/
Channels
: Full-Cable
: 45.75 MHz
: 75 ohm (F type), Coax
A/V connections
Channel selections
IF frequency
Aerial input
1.1.2
1.2.2
Rear Connections
75 Ohm ANT.
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Miscellaneous
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Audio output
Mains voltage
Mains frequency
Ambient temperature
Minimum air pressure
Maximum humidity
Power consumption
Standby Power consumption
1.2
Connections
1.2.1
Front Connections
Mono: 1 W rms
Stereo: 2 x 1 W rms
105 - 132 V (± 10 %)
50 / 60 Hz (± 5 %)
+ 5 to + 45 deg. C
60 kPa (=600 mBar)
90 %
36 W (13”) to
50 W (20”)
<3W
INSTALL/MENU
INSTALL MENU
- VOLUME +
VIDEO
AUDIO L
AUDIO R
POWER
CHANNEL
CHANNEL
- VOLUME +
IR LED
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Figure 1-1 Front Connections
Headphone
Bk - Headphone,
3.5 mm
8 - 600 Ω / 4 mW
rt
Audio / Video In
Ye - Video
1 Vpp / 75 ohm
Wh - Audio L
0.2 V rms / 10 kohm
Rd - Audio R
0.2 V rms / 10 kohm
jq
jq
jq
Figure 1-2 Rear Connections
FM Ant
1 - F type
75 ohm, coax
D
Technical Specifications, Connections, and Chassis Overview
1.3
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Chassis Overview
B1
CRT PANEL
MONO
CARRIER
POWER SUPPLY
A1
DEFLECTION
A2
TUNER IF
A3
IF, VIDEO PROCESSING, CONTROL,
AND SYNC.
A4
AUDIO BTSC STEREO DECODER
A5
AUDIO AMP + MONO SOUND PROC.
A6
FRONT I/O + FRONT CONTROL
+ HEADPHONE
A7
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Figure 1-3 Chassis overview
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EN 4
2.
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Safety and Maintenance Instructions, Warnings, and Notes
2. Safety and Maintenance Instructions, Warnings, and Notes
Index of this chapter:
1. Safety Instructions for Repairs
2. Maintenance Instructions
3. Warnings
4. Notes
2.1
2.2
It is recommended to have a maintenance inspection carried
out by qualified service personnel. The interval depends on the
usage conditions:
• When the set is used under normal circumstances, for
example in a living room, the recommended interval is
three to five years.
• When the set is used in an environment with higher dust,
grease or moisture levels, for example in a kitchen, the
recommended interval is one year.
• The maintenance inspection includes the following actions:
1. Perform the 'general repair instruction' noted above.
2. Clean the power supply and deflection circuitry on the
chassis.
3. Clean the picture tube panel and the neck of the picture
tube.
Safety Instructions for Repairs
Safety regulations require that during a repair:
• Due to the 'hot' parts of this chassis, the set must be
connected to the AC power via an isolation transformer.
• Safety components, indicated by the symbol h, should be
replaced by components identical to the original ones.
• When replacing the CRT, safety goggles must be worn.
Safety regulations require that after a repair, the set must be
returned in its original condition. Pay particular attention to the
following points:
• General repair instruction: as a strict precaution, we advise
you to resolder the solder connections through which the
horizontal deflection current is flowing, in particular:
– all pins of the line output transformer (LOT)
– fly-back 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.
Note: This resoldering is advised to prevent bad connections
due to metal fatigue in solder connections and is therefore only
necessary for television sets more than two years old.
• Route the wire trees and EHT cable correctly and secure
them with the mounted cable clamps.
• Check the insulation of the AC power cord for external
damage.
• Check the strain relief of the AC power cord for proper
function, to prevent the cord from touching the CRT, hot
components, or heat sinks.
• Check the electrical DC resistance between the AC plug
and the secondary side (only for sets that have an isolated
power supply). Do this as follows:
1. Unplug the AC power cord and connect a wire between
the two pins of the AC plug.
2. Turn on the main power switch (keep the AC power
cord unplugged!).
3. Measure the resistance value between the pins of the
AC plug and the metal shielding of the tuner or the
aerial connection of the set. The reading should be
between 4.5 MOhm and 12 MOhm.
4. Switch the TV 'off' and remove the wire between the
two pins of the AC plug.
• Check the cabinet for defects, to prevent the possibility of
the customer touching any internal parts.
Maintenance Instructions
2.3
Warnings
•
In order to prevent damage to ICs and transistors, avoid all
high voltage flashovers. In order to prevent damage to the
picture tube, use the method shown in Fig. 2-1, to
discharge the picture tube. Use a high voltage probe and a
multi-meter (position Vdc). Discharge until the meter
reading is 0 V (after approx. 30 s).
V
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Figure 2-1 Discharge picture tube
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All ICs and many other semiconductors are susceptible to
electrostatic discharges (ESD w). Careless handling
during repair can reduce life drastically. When repairing,
make sure that you are connected with the same potential
as the mass of the set by a wristband with resistance. Keep
components and tools also at this potential.
Available ESD protection equipment:
– Complete kit ESD3 (small tablemat, wristband,
connection box, extension cable, and ground cable)
4822 310 10671.
– Wristband tester 4822 344 13999.
Together with the deflection unit and any multi-pole unit,
flat square picture tubes form an integrated unit. The
deflection and the multi-pole units are set optimally at the
factory. Adjustment of this unit during repair is therefore not
recommended.
Be careful during measurements in the high voltage
section and on the picture tube.
Never replace modules or other components while the unit
is switched 'on'.
When you align the set, use plastic rather than metal tools.
This will prevent any short circuits and the danger of a
circuit becoming unstable.
Safety and Maintenance Instructions, Warnings, and Notes
2.4
Notes
2.4.1
General
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2.4.2
Schematic Notes
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2.4.3
Measure the voltages and waveforms with regard to the
chassis (= tuner) ground (H), or hot ground (I), depending
on the area of circuitry being tested.
The voltages and waveforms shown in the diagrams are
indicative. Measure them in the Service Default Mode (see
“Service Modes, Error Codes, and Faultfinding” section)
with a color bar signal and stereo sound (L: 3 kHz, R: 1 kHz
unless stated otherwise) and picture carrier at 61.25 MHz
(NTSC, channel 3).
Where necessary, measure the waveforms and voltages
with (D) and without (E) aerial signal. Measure the
voltages in the power supply section both in normal
operation (G) and in standby (F). These values are
indicated by means of the appropriate symbols.
The picture tube panel has printed spark gaps. Each spark
gap is connected between an electrode of the picture tube
and the Aquadag coating.
The semiconductors indicated in the circuit diagram and in
the parts lists are completely interchangeable per position
with the semiconductors in the unit, irrespective of the type
indication on these semiconductors.
All Resistor values are in ohms and the value multiplier is
often used to indicate the decimal point location (e.g. 2K2
indicates 2.2 kOhm).
Resistor values with no multiplier may be indicated with
either an 'E' or an 'R' (e.g. 220E or 220R indicates 220
Ohm).
All Capacitor values are expressed in Micro-Farads (µ =
x10-6), Nano-Farads (n = x10-9), or Pico-Farads
(p = x10-12).
Capacitor values may also use the value multiplier as the
decimal point indication (e.g. 2p2 indicates 2.2 pF).
An 'asterisk' (*) indicates component usage varies. Refer to
the diversity tables for the correct values.
The correct component values are listed in the Electrical
Replacement Parts List. Therefore, always check this list
when there is any doubt.
Practical Service Precautions
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It makes sense to avoid exposure to electrical shock.
While some sources are expected to have a possible
dangerous impact, others of quite high potential are of
limited current and are sometimes held in less regard.
Always respect voltages. While some may not be
dangerous in themselves, they can cause unexpected
reactions - reactions that are best avoided. Before reaching
into a powered TV set, it is best to test the high voltage
insulation. It is easy to do, and is a good service precaution.
Before powering up the TV set with the back cover off
(or on a test fixture), attach a clip lead to the CRT DAG
ground and to a screwdriver blade that has a well insulated
handle. After the TV is powered on and high voltage has
developed, probe the anode lead with the blade, starting at
the case of the High Voltage Transformer (flyback - IFT).
Move the blade to within two inches of the connector of the
CRT. If there is an arc, you found it the easy way,
without getting a shock! If there is an arc to the
screwdriver blade, replace the part which is causing the
problem; the High Voltage Transformer or the lead (if it is
removable).
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Helpful Hints
Connect the Cable TV cable
directly to the 751 jack on the
TV.
Use Auto Program as described on
panel 9 to set up channels that are
available in your area. Use the CH +/–
buttons to scan available channels.
If no Video Signal is present, the TV
will display a “BLUE” screen and shut
itself off in about 5 minutes. If the TV
is tuned to the AV channel and there
is no Video Signal present, the screen
will remain black and the TV will shut
itself off in about 5 minutes.
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Cable TV signal into your home is a
cable (75 ohm) the connection
Itofsingle
the TV is easy.
751
RF Coaxial
Cable 751
Cable TV Signal
751
751
Rear of TV
Round Cable 751
Basic Cable TV Connection
Twin Lead
Wire
Rear of TV
751
If no Video Signal is present, the TV
will display a “BLUE” screen and shut
itself off in about 5 minutes. If the TV
is tuned to the AV channel and there
is no Video Signal present, the screen
will remain black and the TV will shut
itself off in about 5 minutes.
Helpful Hints
TO
TV/VCR
CABLE
IN
751
IR
USB
1
Round 751
Coaxial Cable
3
2
AUDIO IN
L
Y
SPDIF
Pb
IN
Pr
VIDEO
OUT
S-VIDEO
OPTICAL
SPDIF
Jack Panel Back of TV
751
Jack Panel Back of Cable Box
AUDIO OUT
R
TV
PASSCARD
DVD-D OUT
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1
2
3
Cable Box (w/RF In/Outputs):
This connection will be mono.
Connect the Cable Company
supplied cable to the signal
IN(put) plug on the back of the
Cable Box.
Using a separate round coaxial
cable, connect one end to the
OUT(put) (TO TV) plug on
the back of the Cable Box.
Connect the other end of the
round coaxial cable to the 751
input on the back of the television.
Screw it down finger tight.
NOTE: If applicable, set the OUTPUT
CHANNEL SWITCH on the back of the
cable box to CH 3 or 4. Tune the TV to
the same channel and change channels
at the cable box. In some cases, the
cable box will automatically tune to
either channel 3 or 4, change channels
until the picture appears.
Cable Signal IN
from the Cable
Company
Cable Box Connections
f you cable signal uses a cable box or
decoder, follow the easy steps below to
complete the connection.
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3.
since there is only one 751 (ohm)
antenna plug on the back of your TV and that’s where the antenna goes.
If your antenna has a round
cable (75 ohm) on the end, then
you're ready to connect it to the
TV. Go to step 2.
If your antenna has flat twinlead wire (300 ohm), you first
need to attach the antenna wires
to the screws on a 300 to 75
ohm adapter (not supplied with
TV).
Push the round end of the
adapter or antenna cable onto
the 751 jack on the rear of the
TV. If the round end of the
antenna cable is threaded, screw
it down tight.
Combination
VHF/UHF Antenna
(Outdoor or Indoor)
Basic Antenna Connection
combination antenna receives normal
A
broadcast channels (VHF 2-13 and
UHF 14-69). Your connection is easy
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EN 6
Directions for Use
3. Directions for Use
5
3
4
For Mono Devices: Connect
one end of the audio cable from
the Audio Out jack on the device
to the Audio In (white) jack on
the FRONT of the television.
2
Press the PLAY button on
the accessory device to view
playback, or to access the accessory device (camera, gaming unit,
etc.).
Press the CH+ or CH- button on the remote control to
tune the TV to the front input
jacks. “Front” will appear on the
TV screen.
Turn the TV and the accessory
device ON.
For Stereo Devices: Connect
one end of the audio cables from
the Audio Out jacks on the
device to the Audio In (red and
white) jacks on the FRONT of
the television.
Connect the video (yellow)
cable from the Video output on
the Camera (or accessory device)
to the Video (yellow) Input located on the FRONT of the TV.
1
A
ANTENNA
OUT
ANTENNA
IN
1
OUT
AUDIO
IN
OUT
VIDEO
IN
Yellow
Video
cable
1
VIDEO
IN
OUT
R AUDIO
IN
L
OUT
ANTENNA
OUT
ANTENNA
IN
MENU
— VOLUME +
2
MENU
— VOLUME +
CHANNEL
POWER
POWER
3
— VOLUME +
MENU
CHANNEL
3
5
3
VCR,
Camcorder,
DVD
Player, etc.
with
Audio and
Video Out jacks
POWER
VCR, Camcorder,
DVD
Player, etc. with
Audio and
Video Out jacks
CHANNEL
AUDIO
Red and White
Audio cables
3
5
White
Audio cable
2
AUDIO
Front Jack panel of TV
Stereo Devices:
Yellow
Video
cable
VIDEO
Front Jack panel of TV
VIDEO
Front AV (Audio/Video) Input Connections
udio and Video Front Inputs are avail- Mono Devices
able for a quick connection of a VCR,
to playback video from a camera, or
attach a gaming device. Use the AV button on the remote control to tune these
inputs.
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Point the remote control toward
the remote sensor on the front of
the TV when operating the TV.
Remote Control
Press POWER to turn on the
TV.
Press VOLUME + to increase
the sound level. Press VOLUME
– to lower the sound level.
Press both buttons at the
same time to display the TV’s
on-screen menu. Once in the
menu, use these buttons to make
menu adjustments or selections.
Press CHANNEL ;8 or 9 to
select TV channels.
Television
Helpful Hints
Battery Installation
1
4
2
7
5
3
Stereo models (red and
white AUDIO IN jacks)
AUDIO
MENU
— VOLUME +
POWER
— VOLUME +
MENU
CHANNEL
CHANNEL
A/CH
8
6
ER
POW
US
STAT
0
9
CH+
EXIT
CC
CH–
VOL–
P
SLEE
MENU
VOL+
Remote
Sensors
(point
remote
here)
POWER
SURF
E
MUT
PICTU
RE
T
SMAR
SOUN
D
Remote sensor on
remote control
Connect an accessory device to the
AUDIO/VIDEO IN
jacks.
AUDIO
VIDEO
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Press STATUS/EXIT to see the current channel number.
The current channel number will
appear briefly when you first turn on
the TV or when you change channels.
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1
2
To load the supplied batteries into
the remote:
Remove the battery compartment lid on the back of the
remote.
Place the batteries (two AA)
in the remote. Be sure the (+)
and (-) ends of the batteries line up
correctly (as marked inside the
remote).
Reattach the battery lid.
VIDEO
Non-Stereo
models (white
AUDIO IN jack)
Connect
headphones
(not supplied) to the
; jack.
Basic TV and Remote Control Illustrations
Battery Installation
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3
1
2
4
Directions for Use
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Continued on Next Panel
SmartSurf
If your TV model has SmartSurf, press this
button to move through the channels you
have set. Details are on panel 26.
SLEEP Button
Press to set the TV to turn itself off within a certain time. Details are on panel 24.
CC Button
Press to activate Closed Captioning.
Details are on panel 24.
STATUS/EXIT Button
Press to see the current channel number.
Press to remove a menu.
SLEEP
EXIT
MUTE
VOL
VOL
CH
PICTURE
SOUND
SMART
MAGNAVOX
SURF
MENU
CC
9
CH
6
SLEEP
EXIT
STATUS
A/CH
7
4
1
MUTE
VOL
VOL
CH
CH
POWER
SOUND
SMART
PICTURE
MENU
CC
9
6
3
MAGNAVOX
SURF
0
8
5
2
SMART PICTURE Button
Press to choose a picture setting.
Details are on panel 25.
SMART SOUND Button
Press to choose a sound setting.
Details are on panel 25.
MUTE Button
Press to eliminate or restore the TV
sound. MUTE will appear on the TV
when the sound is muted.
Arrow 2 3 5 ▼ Buttons
Press to select or adjust items in
the menu.
MENU Button
Press to see the menu. Press
repeatedly to return to previous
menus or remove the menus.
VOL(ume) +/– Buttons
Press to increase or decrease the
sound.
CH(annel) +/– Buttons
Press to scan memorized channels.
POWER button
Press to turn the TV on or off.
Description of Remote Control Buttons (Cont’d)
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STATUS
0
8
7
A/CH
5
4
POWER
3
6
3.
A/CH Button
(Alternate Channel)
Press to switch between the last channel
and the present channel.
Details are on panel 26.
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1
Description of Remote Control Buttons
NUMBER Buttons
Press the Number buttons to select TV
channels or to enter values in the menu.
For single-digit channels, press the
Number button for the channel you
want. The TV will pause briefly before
going to the chosen channel.
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EN 8
Directions for Use
HELPFUL HINT
2
4
6
8
7
SLEEP
EXIT
STATUS
MUTE
VOL
VOL
SOUND
SMART
PICTURE
MENU
CC
CH
CH
6
9
POWER
3
MAGNAVOX
SURF
0
5
4
A/CH
2
1
Brightness
Color
Picture
Sharpness
Tint
More...
3
5
1
Instalar
Idioma
Sintonia
Auto Programa
Editar Canal
OR
Install
Language
Tuner Mode
Auto Program
Channel Edit
Main
Picture
Sound
Features
Install
English
Language
Tuner Mode
Auto Program
Channel Edit
6
5
3
4
1
2
T
2
4
6
SLEEP
EXIT
STATUS
A/CH
7
4
1
Main
Picture
Sound
Features
Install
POWER
MUTE
VOL
VOL
CH
CH
SOUND
SMART
PICTURE
MENU
CC
9
6
3
MAGNAVOX
SURF
0
8
5
2
Brightness
Color
Picture
Sharpness
Tint
More...
3
5
1
Install
Language
Tuner Mode
Auto Program
Channel Edit
OR
Install
Language
Tuner Mode
Auto Program
Channel Edit
OR
Install
Language
Tuner Mode
Auto Program
Channel Edit
Main
Picture
Sound
Features
Install
English
Auto
English
Cable
English
Antenna
Language
Tuner Mode
Auto Program
Channel Edit
HOW TO USE THE TUNER MODE CONTROL
he TUNER MODE control allows you
to change the TV’s signal input to
either ANTENNA, CABLE, or AUTO
mode. It’s important for the TV to know
what type of signal that is connected.
(From a Cable TV signal or a normal
Antenna signal.) In the AUTO mode,
when the AUTO PROGRAM feature is
activated, the TV will automatically
choose the correct mode.
Press the MENU button on
the remote to show the onscreen menu.
Press the CURSOR UP ▲ or
DOWN ▼ buttons to scroll
through the on-screen menu until
the word INSTALL is highlighted.
Press the CURSOR RIGHT
button to display the
INSTALL menu features.
Press CURSOR UP ▲ or
DOWN ▼ buttons to scroll
the Install features until the
words TUNER MODE is highlighted.
Press the CURSOR RIGHT
button to select either
ANTENNA, CABLE, or
AUTO mode.
When finished, press the
STATUS /EXIT button to
remove the on-screen menu
from the TV’s screen.
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It does not change the other onscreen text features such as Closed
Caption (CC) TV shows.
The Language control only makes
the TV’s on-screen MENU items
appear in English or Spanish text.
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5
3
4
1
2
F
Main
Picture
Sound
Features
Install
How to Use the Language Control
or our Spanish speaking TV owners
an on-screen LANGUAGE option is
present. With the LANGUAGE control
you can set the TV’s on-screen menu to
be shown in either English or Spanish.
Press the MENU button on
the remote to show the onscreen menu.
Press the CURSOR UP ▲
or DOWN ▼ buttons to
scroll through the on-screen
menu until the word
INSTALL is highlighted.
Press the CURSOR RIGHT
button to display the
INSTALL menu features.
Press CURSOR UP ▲ or
DOWN ▼ buttons to scroll
the Install features until the
word LANGUAGE is highlighted.
Press the CURSOR RIGHT
button repeatedly to
select ENGLISH or
ESPAÑOL (Spanish).
When finished, press the
STATUS /EXIT button to
remove the menu from the
TV’s screen.
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Directions for Use
3.
EN 9
6
5
4
2
4
6
SLEEP
EXIT
STATUS
MENU
MUTE
VOL
VOL
SOUND
Auto Program
Channel
Auto Program
Channel
Auto Program
Channel
HELPFUL HINT
3
5
1
Install
Language
Tuner Mode
Auto Program
Channel Edit
14
13
12
Language
Tuner Mode
Auto Program
Channel Edit
When CABLE is selected, channels
1-125 are available.
When ANTENNA is selected,
channels 2-69 are available.
When AUTO is selected, the TV
will automatically set itself to the
correct mode based on the type of
signal it detects when the AUTO
PROGRAM feature is activated.
PICTURE
SMART
MAGNAVOX
SURF
8
0
7
A/CH
CH
9
CC
5
4
Main
Picture
Sound
Features
Install
9
7
8
1
2
3
4
5
6
When finished, press the STATUS /EXIT button to remove the
menu from the TV’s screen.
Now use the CURSOR RIGHT 3
button to toggle between ON or
OFF.
If ON is selected the channel is
skipped when scrolling channels
with the CH + or – buttons. If
OFF is selected the channel is not
skipped when scrolling channels
with the CH + or – buttons.
Using the CURSOR DOWN ▼
button, scroll the menu to highlight
the word SKIPPED.
With the CHANNEL EDIT
options displayed, and CHANNEL
NO. highlighted; you can use the cursor buttons to scroll through all available channels that you wish to add
(Skipped OFF), or delete (Skipped
ON) from the TV’s memory. You can
also use the NUMBERED buttons
to go directly to a specific numbered channel that you wish to
add or skip. Or, you can also use the
CH + or CH - to quickly scan the
channels that have not been skipped.
Press the CURSOR RIGHT 3
button to display the CHANNEL
EDIT options.
Press the CURSOR UP ▲ or
DOWN ▼ buttons to scroll the
Install features until the words
CHANNEL EDIT are highlighted.
Press the CURSOR RIGHT 3
button to display the INSTALL menu
features.
Press the CURSOR UP ▲ or
DOWN ▼ buttons to scroll
through the on-screen menu until the
word INSTALL is highlighted.
Press the MENU button on the
remote to show the on-screen menu.
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Skipped
Language
Tuner Mode
Auto Program
Channel Edit
An “X” appearing in front of any channel
will indicate that channel has skip on. When
the CH + or CH - buttons are used, those
channels will be skipped.
In order to get to the external input channel AV, you must use the CURSOR Right 3
or CURSOR LEFT 2 buttons.
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HOW TO ADD OR DELETE CHANNELS
hannel Edit makes it easy for you to ADD
or DELETE channels from the list of chanC
nels stored in the TV’s memory.
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Note: Make sure the antenna or
cable signal connection has been
completed before AUTO PROGRAM
is activated.
Press the MENU button
on the remote to show the
on-screen menu.
Press the CURSOR UP ▲
or DOWN ▼ buttons to
scroll through the on-screen
menu until the word
INSTALL is highlighted.
Press the CURSOR
RIGHT button to display the INSTALL menu
features.
Press CURSOR UP ▲ or
DOWN ▼ buttons to
scroll the Install features until
the words AUTO PROGRAM are highlighted.
Press the CURSOR
RIGHT button to start
the Auto Program scanning
of channels. Auto
Programming will store all
available channels in the TV’s
memory then tune to the
lowest available channel
when done.
When finished, press the
STATUS/EXIT button to
remove the menu from the
TV’s screen.
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HOW TO AUTOMATICALLY PROGRAM TV
our TV can automatically set itself
for local area (or Cable TV) channels. This makes it easy for you to
select only the TV stations in your
area when the CHANNEL (+) or (–)
buttons are pressed.
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Color: Press the CURSOR
RIGHT 3 or LEFT 2 buttons
to add or eliminate color.
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Contrast +: Press the CURSOR
RIGHT 3 or LEFT 2 buttons to
toggle the control On or OFF. The
Contrast + control helps to “sharpen” the picture quality. The black
portions of the picture become richer in darkness and the whites
become brighter.
Color Temp: Press the CURSOR
RIGHT 3 or LEFT 2 buttons
to select NORMAL, COOL, or
WARM picture preferences. (NORMAL will keep the whites, white;
COOL will make the whites, bluish;
and WARM will make the whites,
reddish.)
Tint: Press the CURSOR RIGHT
3 or LEFT 2 buttons to obtain
natural skin tones.
Sharpness: Press the CURSOR
RIGHT 3 or LEFT 2 buttons to
improve detail in the picture.
Picture: Press the CURSOR
RIGHT 3 or LEFT 2 buttons
until lightest parts of the picture
show good detail.
Brightness: Press the CURSOR
RIGHT 3 or LEFT 2 buttons
until the darkest parts of the picture
are as bright as you prefer.
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o adjust your TV picture controls, select a
channel and use the Picture Menu Controls
listed below:
Contrast +
Color Temp.
Off
On
Normal
Warm
or
Cool
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Picture
50
50
Color
Sharpness
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50
Brightness
Picture
Brightness
Color
Picture
Sharpness
Tint
Color Temp.
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NOTE: These sound options are
only available in model 20MS233S.
They are not available in 13MT143S
or 20MT133S.
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Sound: Press the or buttons
to select between Stereo or Mono
settings. Note: If Stereo is not present on a selected show and the TV is
placed in the Stereo mode, the
sound coming from the TV will
remain in the Mono mode.
AVL: (Auto Volume Leveler) Press
the or buttons to turn the
control On or Off. When On, AVL
will level out the sound being heard
when sudden changes in volume
occur during commercial breaks or
channel changes.
Balance: Press the or buttons to adjust the level of sound coming from the left and right speakers.
Bass Boost: Press the or buttons to turn the control On or
Off. When On, the control will
enhance the low frequency sounds.
Treble Boost: Press the or buttons to turn the control On or
Off. When On, the control will
enhance the high frequency sounds.
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AVL
Balance
Bass Boost
Treble Boost
Sound
Treble Boost
Bass Boost
Balance
AVL
Sound
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On
or Off
On
or Off
On
or Off
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Mono
or Stereo
On
USE THE SOUND CONTROLS (20MS233S ONLY)
o adjust your TV sound, select and use the
Sound Menu Controls listed below.
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Some models refer to SmartLock as
AutoLock in the on-screen menu.
These features are the same.
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SMART
PICTURE
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4:3
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Format
Expand 4:3
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Features
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MOVIE RATINGS
G: General Audience - All ages admitted.
Most parents would find this program suitable for all ages.
PG: Parental Guidance Suggested - This
programming contains material that parents
may find unsuitable for younger children.
PG-13: Parents Strongly Cautioned - This
programming contains material that parents
may find unsuitable for children under the age
of 13.
TV-MA -- This program is specifically
designed to be viewed by adults and therefore
may be unsuitable for children under 17. This
type of programming contains one or more of
the following: graphic violence (V), explicit sexual situations (S), or crude indecent language
(L).
TV-14 -- This program contains some material that many parents would find unsuitable for
children under 14 years of age. This type of
programming contains one or more of the following: intense violence (V), intense sexual situations (S), strong coarse language (L), or
intensely suggestive dialogue (D).
TV RATINGS
TV-Y -- Designed for a very young audience,
including children ages 2-6.
TV-Y7 -- It may be appropriate for children
age 7 and above who have acquired the development skills needed to distinguish between
make-believe and reality.
TV-G -- Suitable for most audiences, this type
of programming contains little or no violence,
no strong language, and little or no sexual dialogue or situations.
TV-PG -- This program contains material
that parents may find unsuitable for younger
children. Could contain Moderate violence (V),
some sexual situations (S), infrequent coarse
language (L), or some suggestive dialogue (D).
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R: Restricted - This is programming is specifically designed for adults. Anyone under the
age of 17 should only view this programming
with an accompanying parent or adult guardian.
NC-17: No one under the age of 17 will
be admitted. - This type of programming
should be viewed by adults only.
X: Adults Only - This type of programming
contains one or more of the following: very
graphic violence, very graphic and explicit or
indecent sexual acts, very coarse and intensely
suggestive language.
UNDERSTANDING THE SMARTLOCK™ CONTROLS
he SmartLock™ feature is an integrated circuit that receives and processes data sent by
broadcasters, or other program providers, that
contain program content advisories. When programmed by the viewer, a TV with SmartLock™
can respond to the content advisories and block
program content that may be found objectionable (such as offensive language, violence, sexual
situations, etc.). This is a great feature to censor
the type of viewing children may watch.
SmartLock™ offers various BLOCKING controls from which to choose:
Access Code - An Access Code must be
set to prevent children from unblocking
questionable or censored programming set
by their parents.
Channel Block - After an access code has
been programmed, you can block individual
channels including the A/V inputs.
Clear All - Allows you clear all channels
being blocked from your viewing set with
the Channel Block Control.
Block All - Allows you to block ALL channels and A/V inputs at one time.
Movie Ratings - Certain blocking options
exist which will block programming based on
ratings patterned by the Motion Pictures
Association of America.
TV Ratings - Just like the Movie Ratings,
programs can be blocked from viewing using
standard TV ratings set by TV broadcasters.
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HOW TO USE THE FORMAT CONTROL (EXPAND 4:3)
any times while watching movies from
a DVD player the image is shown in
“letter box” format. This is the format that is
shown in movie theaters. When shown on a
TV screen, the image will have areas of
black on top and bottom of the screen.
Press the MENU button on the
remote to display the on-screen
menu.
Press the CURSOR DOWN ▼
button until the word FEATURES is highlighted.
Press the CURSOR RIGHT button to display the FEATURES
menu options (SmartLock or
Format).
Press the CURSOR DOWN ▼
button until the word FORMAT
is highlighted.
Press the CURSOR RIGHT or CURSOR LEFT buttons
to select one of the two options 4:3
or Expand 4:3.
4:3 - Standard format for the TV.
Expand 4:3 - Enlarges the picture
to fill out the entire screen area,
eliminating the “letter box” effect.
When finished, press the STATUS/EXIT button to remove the
menu from the TV’s screen.
Note: The Expand 4:3 format can also
be activated using the CURSOR UP ▲
or DOWN ▼ buttons when the
onscreen menu is not being displayed.
Pressing these buttons will toggle the
standard 4:3 format and the Expand 4:3
format.
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Directions for Use
Features
SmartLock
Format
Features
SmartLock
Format
Features
SmartLock
Format
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OffStop Time
Channel
Activate
Display
New Code
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Features
SmartLock
Format
SmartLock
Block Channel
Setup Code
Clear All
Block All
Movie Rating
TV Rating
Access Code
XXXX
Timer
Start Time
Stop Time
Channel
Activate
Display
Features
SmartLock
Format
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Confirm Code
XXXX
Access Code
XXXX
Incorrect
Access Code
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SmartLock
Format
Features
SmartLock
Format
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Some models refer to SmartLock as
AutoLock in the on-screen menu.
These features are the same.
NOTE: If you ever forget your code,
the 0, 7, 1, 1 code is the factory default
and can be used to enter and create a
new access code.
When finished, press the STATUS/EXIT button to remove the
menu from the screen.
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Press the CURSOR RIGHT 3
button to turn blocking ON or
OFF for that channel. When ON is
selected the channel will be
blocked.
Press the CURSOR UP 5or
DOWN ▼ buttons until the
words BLOCK CHANNELS are
highlighted.
Press the CH + or CH – button
to select other channels you wish
to block. Repeat step 9 to block
the new channel.
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Enter your
Access Code to
view a tuned
channel that is
blocked with
Block Channel.
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Blocked By SmartLock
Channel Blocking
Access Code
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Block Channel
SmartLock
Block Channel
Setup Code
Clear All
Block All
Movie Rating
TV Rating
HOW TO BLOCK CHANNELS
fter your personal access code has been
set (see previous page), you are now
ready to select the channels or the A/V
Inputs you want to block out or censor.
Once you’ve entered your access code and
the SmartLock™ features are displayed on
the screen:
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These features are the same.
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programming.
First, let’s start by learning how to set a personal access code:
Press the MENU button on the
remote to show the on-screen
menu.
Press the CURSOR UP 5 or
DOWN ▼ buttons until the word
FEATURES is highlighted.
Press the CURSOR RIGHT 3
button to display the FEATURES
menu options.
Press the CURSOR UP 5 or
DOWN ▼ buttons until the
words SmartLock™ are highlighted.
Press the CURSOR RIGHT 3
button. The screen will read,
“ACCESS CODE - - - - .”
Using the NUMBERED buttons,
enter 0, 7, 1, 1. “XXXX”
appears on the Access Code screen
as you press the numbered buttons.
“INCORRECT CODE” will
appear on the screen, and you will
need to enter 0, 7, 1, 1 again.
The screen will ask you to enter a
“New Code.” Enter a “new” 4
digit code using the NUMBERED buttons. The screen will
then ask you to CONFIRM the code
you just entered. Enter your new
code again. “XXXX” will appear
when you enter your new code and
then display the SmartLock™ menu
options.
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SETTING UP A SMARTLOCK™ ACCESS CODE
ver the next few panels you’ll learn how
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to block channels and get a better
understanding of the rating terms for certain
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When finished, press the STATUS/EXIT button to remove the
menu from the screen.
If BLOCK ALL is selected,
press the CURSOR RIGHT 3
button to turn the control ON or
OFF. When ON is selected, ALL
available channels will be blocked
from viewing.
Some models refer to SmartLock as
AutoLock in the on-screen menu.
These features are the same.
NOTE: If you ever forget your code,
the 0, 7, 1, 1 code is the factory default
and can be used to enter and create a
new access code.
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SLEEP
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Off
Cleared
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STATUS
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Block All
SmartLock
Block Channel
Setup Code
Clear All
Block All
Movie Rating
TV Rating
Clear All
Use the CURSOR RIGHT 3 button on the remote to turn the rating
option ON or OFF.
Press the CURSOR UP 5 or
DOWN ▼ buttons to highlight any
of the Movie Rating options. When
highlighted, all these options can be
turned ON (which will allow blocking)
or OFF (which will allow viewing).
Press the CURSOR RIGHT 3
button to display the MOVIE RATING options (G, PG, PG-13, R,
NC17, or X).
Press the CURSOR UP 5 or
DOWN ▼ buttons to highlight the
words MOVIE RATING.
Some models refer to SmartLock as
AutoLock in the on-screen menu.
These features are the same.
NOTE: If you ever forget your code, the
0, 7, 1, 1 code is the factory default and
can be used to enter and create a new
access code.
When a rating level is chosen to be
blocked, any higher level rating will also be
blocked from viewing. (i.e.: If “R” is selected to be blocked, NC-17 and X will automatically be blocked.)
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PG
PG-13
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NC-17
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press the CURSOR RIGHT 3
button to clear all blocked channels. All channels will be viewable.
Press the CURSOR UP 5or
DOWN ▼ buttons to select
either CLEAR ALL or BLOCK ALL.
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Activate
Display
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SmartLock
Block Channel
Setup Code
Clear All
Block All
Movie Rating
TV Rating
BLOCKING PROGRAMS BASED ON MOVIE RATINGS
he SmartLock™ feature can block programming based on the Movie Industry ratings.
Once you’ve entered your access code and the
SmartLock™ features are displayed on the
screen:
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Block Channel
Setup Code
Clear All
Block All
Movie Rating
TV Rating
BLOCKING OR CLEARING ALL CHANNELS AT THE SAME TIME
fter blocking specific channels there
may come a time when you want to
block or clear all the channels at the same
time.
Once you’ve entered your access code and
the SmartLock™ features are displayed on
the screen:
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Block All, V, S, L
TV-MA
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Block All, V, S, L, D
TV-14
MENU
Block All, V, S, L, D
TV-PG
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TV-G
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Block All, FV
On
TV-Y7
TV-Y
Off
Press the CURSOR RIGHT 3
button to display the Blocking
Options (BLOCKING, UNRATED, or NO RATING) menu.
Press the CURSOR UP 5 or
DOWN ▼ buttons until the
words BLOCKING OPTIONS
are highlighted.
When highlighted, each feature can
be turned ON or OFF using the
CURSOR RIGHT 3 or LEFT
2 buttons on the remote.
Some models refer to SmartLock as
AutoLock in the on-screen menu.
These features are the same.
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Press the CURSOR UP 5 or
DOWN ▼ buttons to highlight
the desired feature.
NO RATING: ALL programming with
NO content advisory data can be
blocked if set to ON and the BLOCKING feature is set to OFF.
UNRATED: ALL unrated programs
based on the Movie Ratings or Parental
(TV) Guidelines can be blocked if this feature is set to ON and the BLOCKING
feature is set to OFF.
BLOCKING: Might be called the “master switch” for SmartLock™. When ON,
ALL blocking/censoring will take place.
When OFF, ALL blocking is disabled.
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EXIT
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POWER
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On
On
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No Rating
Unrated
Blocking
SmartLock
Setup Code
Clear All
Block All
Movie Rating
TV Rating
Block Options
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OTHER SMARTLOCK™ BLOCKING OPTIONS
martLock™ offers the viewer other
blocking features as well. With these
Blocking Options, the censoring can be
turned ON or OFF.
Once you’ve entered your access code and
the SmartLock™ features are displayed on
the screen:
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TV Rating
TV-Y
TV-Y7
TV-G
TV-PG
TV-14
TV-MA
BLOCKING PROGRAMS BASED ON TV RATINGS
he SmartLock™ feature can block programming based on the TV Industry ratings.
Once you’ve entered your access code and the
SmartLock™ features are displayed on the
screen:
Press the CURSOR UP 5 or
DOWN ▼ buttons to highlight the
words TV RATING.
Press the CURSOR RIGHT 3
button to display the TV RATING
options (TV-Y, TV-Y7, TV-G, TVPG, TV-14, or TV-MA).
Press the CURSOR UP 5 or
DOWN ▼ buttons to highlight any
of the TV Rating options. When highlighted, all these options can be turned
ON (which will allow blocking) or OFF
(which will allow viewing).
NOTE: Some TV RATING options also
have sub-ratings. The ratings of TV-Y7, TVPG, TV-14, TV-MA can be customized to
block V (violence), FV (fantasy violence), S
(sexual situations), L (coarse language), or D
(suggestive dialogue).
Press the CURSOR RIGHT 3
button on the remote to turn the TVY or TV-G rating ON or OFF. Or,
press the CURSOR RIGHT 3
button to enter the sub-menus for the
TV-Y7, TV-PG, TV-14 or TV-MA ratings.
If the TV-Y7, TV-PG, TV-14 or TV-MA
sub-menu is accessed, press the
CURSOR UP 5 or DOWN ▼
buttons to select one of the options
(Block All, V, S, L, D, or FV).
Press the CURSOR RIGHT 3
button on the remote to turn the
option ON or OFF.
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HELPFUL HINT
Not all TV programs and product commercials are made with
Closed Caption (CC) information
included. Neither are all Closed
Caption modes (CC1, or CC2) necessarily being used during the transmission of a closed caption program.
Refer to your area's TV program listings for the stations and times of
Closed Caption shows.
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When finished, press the STATUS /EXIT button to remove the
menu from the TV’s screen.
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SLEEP
EXIT
STATUS
MENU
MUTE
VOL
VOL
PICTURE
SOUND
SMART
MAGNAVOX
SURF
CC
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CH
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2
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2
CC Mute
CC2
CC1
CC Off
During the last minute
of a Sleeptimer setting,
an on-screen count
down will be displayed.
Pressing any button during the last minute will
cancel the Sleeptimer.
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Press the SLEEP button repeatedly to pick the amount of time
(15, 30, 45, 60, 90, 120, 180, or 240
minutes) before the TV will turn
itself off.
NOTE: An on-screen count down will
appear during the last minute before the
TV shuts itself off. If any button is
pressed during the last minute of the
countdown, the Sleeptimer setting will
be cancelled.
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Press the SLEEP button on the
remote control and the SLEEP
timer display will appear on the
screen.
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SLEEP
EXIT
STATUS
A/CH
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4
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POWER
MUTE
VOL
VOL
CH
CH
SOUND
SMART
PICTURE
MENU
CC
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Sleep 15
Good Bye
9 Sec
During the last 10
seconds of a
Sleeptimer setting,
an on-screen display will read
GOOD BYE.
Sleep off
Sleep 240
Sleep 180
Sleep 120
Sleep 90
Sleep 60
Sleep 45
Sleep 30
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Press the CC button repeatedly
to choose from the four Closed
Caption options (CC Off, CC1,
CC2, or CC Mute). CC Mute will
activate Closed Captioning when the
MUTE button is pressed.
Press the CC button on the
remote to display the current Closed
Caption setting.
SETTING THE SLEEPTIMER CONTROL
our TV can be set to automatically turn
itself off at a given amount of time.
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CC Off
HOW TO USE THE CLOSED CAPTION CONTROLS
losed Captioning (CC) allows you to
read the voice content of television programs on the TV screen. Designed to help
the hearing impaired, this feature uses onscreen “text boxes” to show dialogue and
conversations while the TV program is in
progress.
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Directions for Use
Press the SMART PICTURE
button repeatedly to select either
PERSONAL, MOVIES, SPORTS,
WEAK SIGNAL, or MULTIMEDIA
picture settings.
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NOTE: The way you choose to set the
Picture Menu Controls will become your
PERSONAL setting.
Press the SMART PICTURE
button on the remote control. The
current Smart Picture setting will be
displayed on the screen.
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EXIT
STATUS
MENU
MUTE
VOL
VOL
PICTURE
SOUND
SMART
MAGNAVOX
SURF
CC
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CH
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Personal
MOVIES - Preset picture
options for watching
Video Tapes, or DVDs.
SPORTS - Preset picture options for watching
sporting events.
WEAK SIGNAL Preset picture options for
watching programs where
the reception is not at its
best.
MULTIMEDIA - Preset
picture options for use
with video gaming.
Multimedia
Weak Signal
Sports
Movies
USING THE SMARTPICTURE™ CONTROL
hether you’re watching a movie or a
sporting event, your TV has automatic video control settings matched for your
current program source or content.
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Press the SMART SOUND button repeatedly to toggle between
the four settings. (PERSONAL,
VOICE, MUSIC, or THEATRE)
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NOTE: The way you choose to set the
Sound Menu Controls will become your
PERSONAL setting.
Press the SMART SOUND button on the remote control. The current Smart Sound setting will appear
in the middle of the screen.
1
SLEEP
EXIT
STATUS
A/CH
7
4
1
MUTE
VOL
VOL
CH
CH
POWER
SOUND
SMART
PICTURE
MENU
CC
9
6
3
MAGNAVOX
SURF
0
8
5
2
Personal
THEATRE - Preset
sound options for watching movies.
MUSIC - Preset sound
options for musical programming where there is
little or no dialogue.
VOICE - Preset sound
options for programming
where heavy dialogue is
present.
1
2
Voice
Music
Theatre
USING THE SMARTSOUND™ CONTROL
he Smart Sound feature allows the listener to select between four different
factory set sound options.
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Directions for Use
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1
2
3
S
A/CH
MENU
MUTE
VOL
VOL
PICTURE
SOUND
SMART
MAGNAVOX
SURF
CC
0
Press SURF repeatedly
during TV viewing to scan
through the channels in
the SURF list.
SLEEP
EXIT
STATUS
CH
CH
6
9
POWER
3
8
5
4
7
2
1
Press the A/CH button on the
remote control. The channels will
toggle between the current channel
and the last viewed channel.
For instance, if you are watching two games
on TV, you can enter the channel numbers
once and flip between the two channels
with the touch of only one button.
After entering the two channels numbers,
so that one is the last viewed channel and
the other is the current channel, follow the
step below.
SLEEP
EXIT
STATUS
MENU
CH
MUTE
VOL
VOL
PICTURE
SOUND
SMART
MAGNAVOX
SURF
9
CC
8
6
0
POWER
CH
3
7
5
4
A/CH
2
1
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Press 3 or 2 to add the channel to the SURF list or delete
it from the list. An on-screen
message will indicate whether you
are adding or deleting the channel.
Repeat steps 1 through 3 to add
additional channels (up to eight) to
the SURF list.
Press SURF while the channel
number appears.
Press CH +/– or the Number
buttons to select a channel to add
to the SURF list.
ALTERNATE CHANNEL
our remote control has an Alternate
Ybetween
Channel button that allows you to toggle
the current and previous button.
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3.
1
USING THE SMARTSURF™ CONTROL
martSurf lets you set up to eight channels in a quick viewing list. Then, you
can use the SURF button on the remote
control to switch between different TV programs that currently interest you.
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Directions for Use
Mechanical Instructions
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4.
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4. Mechanical Instructions
4.3
Index:
1. Rear cover removal.
2. Service Position Main panel.
3. Rear cover mounting.
4.1
Rear Cover Removal
1. Remove all fixation screws of the rear cover.
2. Now pull the rear cover in backward direction to remove it.
4.2
Service Position Main Panel
1. Disconnect the strain relief of the AC power cord.
2. Remove the main panel, by pushing the two center clips
outward [1]. At the same time pull the panel away from the
CRT [2].
3. If necessary, disconnect the degaussing coil by removing
the cable from the (red) connector 0212.
4. Move the panel somewhat to the left and flip it 90 degrees
[3], with the components towards the CRT.
1
1
2
A
3
B
Figure 4-1 Service Position
CL 16532016_006.eps
220501
Rear Cover Mounting
Before you mount the rear cover, perform the following checks:
1. Check whether the mains cord is mounted correctly in its
guiding brackets.
2. Re-place the strain relief of the AC power cord into the
cabinet.
3. Check whether all cables are replaced in their original
position
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5.
Service Modes, Error Codes, and Fault Finding
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5. Service Modes, Error Codes, and Fault Finding
5.2.1
Index:
1. Test points.
2. Service Modes.
3. Problems and Solving Tips.
4. ComPair
5. Error Codes.
6. The Blinking LED Procedure.
7. Protections.
8. Repair Tips.
5.1
Purpose
• To change option settings.
• To create a predefined setting to get the same
measurement results as given in this manual.
• To display / clear the error code buffer.
• To override SW protections.
• To perform alignments.
• To start the blinking LED procedure.
Test Points
This chassis is equipped with test points in the service printing.
In the schematics test points are identified with a rectangle box
around Fxxx or Ixxx. On the PCB, test points are specifically
mentioned in the service manual as “half moons” with a dot in
the center.
Table 5-1 Test Point Overview
TEST POINT
CIRCUIT
P1,P2,P3,P4,P5
POWER SUPPLY
DIAGRAM
D1,D2,D3,D4,D5,D6,D Deflection
7,D8,D9,D10
T1
A1
A2
TUNER & IF
A3
V1,V2,V3,V4,V5,V6,V7, VIDEO PROCESSING
V8,V9,V10,V11
A4
A1,A2,A3,A4,A5
AUDIO PROCESSING
A5
A7,A8,A9,A10,A11
AUDIO AMPLIFIER +
MONO SOUND
PROCESSING
A6
F1
FRONT IO +
FRONT CONTROL +
HEADPHONE
A7
V12,V13,V14,V15,V16, CRT PANEL
V17
B1
Perform measurements under the following conditions:
• Service Default Alignment Mode.
• Video: color bar signal.
• Audio: 3 kHz left, 1 kHz right.
5.2
Service Modes
Service Default Alignment Mode (SDAM) offers several
features for the service technician.
There is also the option of using ComPair, a hardware interface
between a computer (see requirements) and the TV chassis. It
offers the ability of structured trouble shooting, error code
reading and software version readout for all chassis.
Requirements: To run ComPair on a computer (laptop or
desktop) requires, as a minimum, a 486 processor, Windows
3.1 and a CD-ROM drive. A Pentium Processor and Windows
95/98 are however preferred (see also paragraph 5.4).
Table 5-2 SW Cluster
UOC type
SW
Cluster
Software
name
L3SUM1
L03UM1 x.y TDA9377
55K
Mono
ROM Size
L3SUN1
L03UN1 x.y
55K
Stereo
ROM Size (non DBX)
TDA9377
Abbreviations in Software name:
U = Nafta, M = Mono, N = Stereo.
Service Default Alignment Mode (SDAM)
Specifications
• Tuning frequency: 61.25 MHz (channel 3) for NTSC-sets
(Nafta).
• Color system: NTSC-M.
• All picture settings at 50 % (brightness, color contrast,
hue).
• Bass, treble and balance at 50 %; volume at 25 %.
• All service-unfriendly modes (if present) are disabled, like:
– (Sleep) timer,
– Child/parental lock,
– Blue mute,
– Hotel/hospitality mode
– Auto switch-off (when no “IDENT” video signal is
received for 15 minutes),
– Skip / blank of non-favorite presets / channels,
– Auto store of personal presets,
– Auto user menu time-out.
• Operation hours counter.
• Software version.
• Option settings.
• Error buffer reading and erasing.
• Software alignments.
How to enter SDAM
Use one of the following methods:
• Use a standard customer RC-transmitter and key in the
code 062596 directly followed by the “M” (menu) button or
• Short jumper wires 9257 and pin 4 of 7200 on the mono
carrier (see Fig. 8-1) and apply AC power. Then press the
power button (remove the short after start-up).
• Caution: Entering SDAM by shorten wires 9257 and pin 4
of 7200 will override the +8V-protection. Do this only for a
short period. When doing this, the service-technician must
know exactly what he is doing, as it could lead to damaging
the set.
• Or via ComPair.
After entering SDAM, the following screen is visible, with S at
the upper right side for recognition.
UOC
Special
Diversity Features
CL 36532044_033.eps
130603
Figure 5-1 SDAM Menu
Service Modes, Error Codes, and Fault Finding
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
5.3
Problems and Solving Tips
5.3.1
Picture Problems
Note: Below described problems are all related to the TV
settings. The procedures to change the value (or status) of the
different settings are described.
No colors / noise in picture
1. Press the MENU button on the remote control.
2. Select the INSTALLATION sub menu.
3. Select and change the SYSTEM setting until picture and
sound are correct.
4. Select the STORE menu item.
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Picture too dark or too bright
Increase / decrease the BRIGHTNESS and / or the
CONTRAST value when:
• The picture improves after you have pressed the “Smart
Picture” button on the remote control.
• The picture improves after you have switched on the
Customer Service Mode
The new “Personal” preference value is automatically stored.
White line around picture elements and text
Decrease the SHARPNESS value when:
• The picture improves after you have pressed the “Smart
Picture” button on the remote control.
The new “Personal” preference value is automatically stored.
Snowy picture
• No or bad antenna signal. Connect a proper antenna
signal.
• Antenna not connected. Connect the antenna.
• No channel / pre-set is stored at this program number. Go
to the INSTALL menu and store a proper channel at this
program number.
• The tuner is faulty (in this case the CODES line will contain
error number 10). Check the tuner and replace / repair if
necessary.
How to navigate
• In SDAM, select menu items with the CURSOR UP/DOWN
key on the remote control transmitter. The selected item
will be highlighted. When not all menu items fit on the
screen, move the CURSOR UP/DOWN key to display the
next / previous menu items.
• With the CURSOR LEFT/RIGHT keys, it is possible to:
– Activate the selected menu item.
– Change the value of the selected menu item.
– Activate the selected submenu.
• When you press the MENU button twice, the set will switch
to the normal user menus (with the SDAM mode still active
in the background). To return to the SDAM menu press the
OSD / STATUS button.
• When you press the MENU key in a submenu, you will
return to the previous menu.
How to exit
Switch the set to STANDBY by pressing the power button on
the remote control (if you switch the set 'off' by removing the AC
power, the set will return in SDAM when AC power is reapplied). The error buffer is not cleared.
5.
Colors not correct / unstable picture
1. Press the MENU button on the remote control.
2. Select the INSTALLATION sub menu.
3. Select and change the SYSTEM setting until picture and
sound are correct.
4. Select the STORE menu item.
LLLL. This is the operation hours counter. It counts the
normal operation hours, not the standby hours.
AAABCD-X.Y. This is the software identification of the
main micro controller:
– A = the project name (L03).
– B = the region: E= Europe, A= Asia Pacific, U= NAFTA,
L= LATAM.
– C = the feature of software diversity: N = stereo nonDBX, S = stereo dBx, M = mono, D = DVD
– D = the language cluster number:
– X = the main software version number.
– Y = the sub software version number.
S. Indication of the actual mode. S= SDAM= Service
Default Alignment mode.
Error buffers. Five errors possible.
Option bytes. Seven codes possible.
Clear. Erase the contents of the error buffer. Select the
CLEAR menu item and press the CURSOR RIGHT key.
The content of the error buffer is cleared.
Options. To set the Option Bytes. See chapter 8.3.1 for a
detailed description.
AKB. Disable (0) or enable (1) the “black current loop”
(AKB = Auto Kine Bias).
Tuner. To align the Tuner. See chapter 8.3.2 for a detailed
description.
White Tone. To align the White Tone. See chapter 8.3.3
for a detailed description.
Geometry. To align the set geometry. See chapter 8.3.4
for a detailed description.
Audio. Use default value (Stereo set only), align when
necessary. See chapter 8.3.x for a detailed description.
How to store settings
To store settings, leave the SDAM mode with the Standby
button on the remote.
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Snowy picture and/or unstable picture
• A scrambled or decoded signal is received.
Black and white picture
Increase the COLOR value when:
• The picture improves after you have pressed the “Smart
Picture” button on the remote control.
The new “Personal” preference value is automatically stored.
Menu text not sharp enough
Decrease the CONTRAST value when:
The picture improves after you have pressed the “Smart
Picture” button on the remote control.
The new “Personal” preference value is automatically stored.
5.3.2
Sound Problems
No sound or sound too loud (after channel change /
switching on)
Increase / decrease the VOLUME level.
Press the Smart Sound button repeatedly to access 4 different
types of sound settings and choose your desired setting.
5.4
ComPair
5.4.1
Introduction
ComPair (Computer Aided Repair) is a service tool for Philips
Consumer Electronics products. ComPair is a further
development on the European DST (service remote control),
which allows faster and more accurate diagnostics. ComPair
has three big advantages:
• ComPair helps you to quickly get an understanding on how
to repair the chassis in a short time by guiding you
systematically through the repair procedures.
• ComPair allows very detailed diagnostics (on I2C level)
and is therefore capable of accurately indicating problem
areas. You do not have to know anything about I2C
commands yourself because ComPair takes care of this.
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5.4.2
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Service Modes, Error Codes, and Fault Finding
mono carrier (see figure "Top view Mono Carrier".in
chapter 8 "Alignments").
7. Plug the AC power adapter in the AC power outlet and
switch on the interface. The green and red LEDs light up
together. The red LED extinguishes after approx. 1 second
while the green LED remains lit.
8. Start the ComPair program and read the “introduction”
chapter.
ComPair speeds up the repair time since it can
automatically communicate with the chassis (when the
microprocessor is working) and all repair information is
directly available. When ComPair is installed together with
the SearchMan electronic manual of the defective chassis,
schematics and PWBs are only a mouse click away.
Specifications
ComPair consists of a Windows based faultfinding program
and an interface box between PC and the (defective) product.
The ComPair interface box is connected to the PC via a serial
or RS232 cable.
In case of the L01 chassis, the ComPair interface box and the
TV communicate via a bi-directional service cable via the
service connector (located on the Main panel, (see figure "Top
view Mono Carrier".in chapter 8 "Alignments").
The ComPair faultfinding program is able to determine the
problem of the defective television. ComPair can gather
diagnostic information in two ways:
• Automatic (by communication with the television):
ComPair can automatically read out the contents of the
entire error buffer. Diagnosis is done on I2C level. ComPair
can access the I2C bus of the television. ComPair can
send and receive I2C commands to the micro controller of
the television. In this way, it is possible for ComPair to
communicate (read and write) to devices on the I2C
busses of the TV-set.
• Manually (by asking questions to you): Automatic
diagnosis is only possible if the micro controller of the
television is working correctly and only to a certain extends.
When this is not the case, ComPair will guide you through
the faultfinding tree by asking you questions (e.g. Does the
screen give a picture? Click on the correct answer: YES /
NO) and showing you examples (e.g. Measure test-point I7
and click on the correct oscillogram you see on the
oscilloscope). You can answer by clicking on a link (e.g.
text or a waveform picture) that will bring you to the next
step in the faultfinding process.
By a combination of automatic diagnostics and an interactive
question / answer procedure, ComPair will enable you to find
most problems in a fast and effective way.
Beside fault finding, ComPair provides some additional
features like:
• Up- or downloading of pre-sets.
• Managing of pre-set lists.
• Emulation of the Dealer Service Tool (DST).
• If both ComPair and SearchMan (Electronic Service
Manual) are installed, all the schematics and the PWBs of
the set are available by clicking on the appropriate
hyperlink.
Example: Measure the DC-voltage on capacitor C2568
(Schematic/Panel) at the Mono-carrier.
– Click on the 'Panel' hyperlink to automatically show the
PWB with a highlighted capacitor C2568.
– Click on the 'Schematic' hyperlink to automatically
show the position of the highlighted capacitor.
5.4.3
How To Connect ComPair
1. First, install the ComPair Browser software (see the Quick
Reference Card for installation instructions).
2. Connect the RS232 interface cable between a free serial
(COM) port of your PC and the PC connector (marked with
“PC”) of the ComPair interface.
3. Connect the AC power adapter to the supply connector
(marked with “POWER 9V DC”) on the ComPair interface.
4. Switch the ComPair interface OFF.
5. Switch the television set OFF (remove the AC power).
6. Connect the ComPair interface cable between the
connector on the rear side of the ComPair interface
(marked with “I2C”) and the ComPair connector on the
TO SERVICE
CONNECTOR
PC
VCR
Power
9V DC
I2C
E_06532_008.eps
190204
Figure 5-2 ComPair connection
5.4.4
How To Order
ComPair order codes:
• ComPair Software: ST4191.
• ComPair Interface Box: 4822 727 21631.
• AC Adapter: T405-ND.
• ComPair Quick Start Guide: ST4190.
Note: If you encounter any problems, contact your local
support desk.
5.4.5
Error Buffer
The error code buffer contains all detected errors since the last
time the buffer was erased. The buffer is written from left to
right. When an error occurs that is not yet in the error code
buffer, it is written at the left side and all other errors shift one
position to the right.
5.4.6
How To Read The Error Buffer
You can read the error buffer in 3 ways:
• On screen via the SDAM (only if you have a picture).
Examples:
– ERROR: 0 0 0 0 0: No errors detected
– ERROR: 6 0 0 0 0: Error code 6 is the last and only
detected error
– ERROR: 9 6 0 0 0: Error code 6 was first detected and
error code 9 is the last detected (newest) error
• Via the blinking LED procedure (when you have no
picture). See next paragraph.
• Via ComPair.
5.4.7
How To Clear The Error Buffer
The error code buffer is cleared in the following cases:
• By activation of the CLEAR command in the SDAM menu:
• If the content of the error buffer has not changed for 50
hours, it resets automatically.
Note:
When leaving SDAM by disconnecting the set from AC power,
the error buffer is not reset.
Service Modes, Error Codes, and Fault Finding
5.5
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Error Codes
In case of non-intermittent faults, clear the error buffer before
you begin the repair. These to ensure that old error codes are
no longer present.
If possible, check the entire contents of the error buffer. In
some situations, an error code is only the result of another error
code and not the actual cause (e.g., a fault in the protection
detection circuitry can also lead to a protection).
Table 5-3 Error Code Table
5.6
ERROR Device
Error description
Check item
Diagram
0
Not applicable
No Error
-
-
1
Not applicable
X-Ray Protection (USA)
7421, 2423, 6421, 6422
A2
2
Not applicable
Horizontal Protection
7421, 7422, 7423
A2
3
Not applicable
Vertical Protection
7461, 7462, 7463, 7464, 7465, 7466
A2
4
TDA9853H
Tone control & Audio processor I2C
identification error
7861 (Stereo/Sap)
A5
5
TDA93XX
POR 3.3V / 8V Protection
7200, 7541, 7491, 7493, 7496
A4, A1
6
I2C bus
General I2C bus error
7200, 3604, 3605
A4
7
Not applicable
-
-
-
8
Not applicable
E/W Protection (Large Screen)
-
-
9
M24C16
NVM I2C identification error
7641, 3641, 3642, 3643
A4
10
Tuner
Tuner I2C identification error
1000, 3003, 3004
A3
11
Not applicable
Black current loop protection
3313, 7307, 7308, 7309, 7310, 7311, 7312, 7313, B1
7314, 7315, 7316, 7317, 7318, CRT
12
Not applicable
MAP I2C identification error (USA)
-
13
Not applicable
VC I2C identification error (Eu)
-
-
14
Not applicable
DVD I2C identification error
-
-
The Blinking LED Procedure
Via this procedure, you can make the contents of the error
buffer visible via the front LED. This is especially useful when
there is no picture.
When the SDAM is entered, the LED will blink the contents of
the error-buffer.
• n short blinks (n = 1 - 14),
• When all the error-codes are displayed, the sequence
finishes with a LED blink of 3 s,
• The sequence starts again.
Example of error buffer: 12 9 6 0 0
After entering SDAM:
• 12 short blinks followed by a pause of 3 s,
• 9 short blinks followed by a pause of 3 s,
• 6 short blinks followed by a pause of 3 s,
• 1 long blink of 3 s to finish the sequence,
• the sequence starts again.
5.7
Protections
If a fault situation is detected an error code will be generated
and if necessary the set will be put in the protection mode.
Blinking of the red LED at a frequency of 3 Hz indicates the
protection mode. In some error cases, the microprocessor
does not put the set in the protection mode. The error codes of
the error buffer can be read via the service menu (SDAM), the
blinking LED procedure or via ComPair.
To get a quick diagnosis the chassis has one service modes
implemented:
• The Service Default Alignment Mode (SDAM). Start-up of
the set in a predefined way and adjustment of the set via a
menu and with the help of test patterns.
5.8
-
Repair Tips
Below some failure symptoms are given, followed by a repair
tip.
• Set is dead and makes hiccupping sound. “Main
Supply” is available. Hiccupping stops when de-soldering
L5563, meaning that problem is in the “Main Supply” line.
No output voltages at LOT, no horizontal deflection.
Reason: line transistor 7421 is defective.
• Set is dead, and makes no sound. Check power supply
IC 7520. Result: voltage at pins 2, 6, 7, 9 and 11 are about
180 V and pin 14 is 0 V. The reason why the voltage on
these pins is so high is because the output driver (pin 11)
has an open load. That is why MOSFET 7521 is not able to
switch. Reason: feedback resistor 3523 is defective.
Caution: be careful measuring on the gate of 7521;
circuitry is very high ohmic and can easily be damaged!
• Set is in hiccup mode and shuts down after 8 s. Blinking
LED (set in SDM mode) indicates error 5. As it is unlikely
that the “POR” and “+8V protection” happen at the same
time, measure the “+8V”. If this voltage is missing, check
transistor 7491 & 7496.
• Set is non-stop in hiccup mode. Set is in over current
mode; check the secondary sensing (opto coupler 7515)
and the “Main Supply” voltage. Signal “Stdby_con” must be
logic low under normal operation conditions and goes to
high (3.3 V) under standby and fault conditions.
• Set turns on, but without picture and sound. The screen
shows snow, but OSD and other menus are okay. Blinking
LED procedure indicates error 11, so problem is expected
in the tuner (pos. 1000). Check presence of supply
voltages. As “Vlotaux+5V” at pin 5 and 7 are okay,
“VT_supply” at pin 9 is missing. Conclusion: resistor 3449
& 3450 are defective
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E_06532_012.eps
130204
Block Diagrams, Testpoint Overviews, and Waveforms
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6. Block Diagrams, Testpoint Overviews, and Waveforms
Block Diagram
A7
A5
FRONT I/O
MONO
SY_CVBS_IN
7901 AN7522N (STEREO)
7902 AN7523N (MONO)
1
7861
TDA9853H
V
V
A7
A6 AUDIO AMPLIFIER
AUDIO PROCESSING (BTSC STEREO DECODER)
STEREO
5
L1_IN
L
A5
L1_IN
INPUT
SELECT
A8
R1_IN
R1_IN
R
6
1900
L+ 4
2
4
8
L-
5
R-
1
F1
IR
IR
+3V3
62
9
L
A4
10
IIC
BUS
A11
1
6909
KEYBOARD
R+ 2
12
LOCAL
KEYBOARD
R
8
FILAMENT
A3
A1
BTSC STEREO
+
DECODER
4
SCL
3866
18
A7
SDA
3865
A2
ERR
4
ROM
RAM
HEADPHONE
L+
L+
L-
L-
R-
R-
R+
R+
4
TELE
TEXT/CC
+
OSD
VOLUME A6
SDAM
9625
CVBS SYNC
57
A4 IF, VIDEO PROCESSING
B1 CRT
6001
BZX79-C33
AM_FM_MONO
1621
12MHz
58
+170V0
IF
1001
23
VIF_1
VIDEO
IF
AGC
11
VIF_2
24
ERR
10
VIDEO
PLL
DEMOD.
VIDEO
AMPLIFIER
38
7201
5
4
3003
AGC
1
3004
SOUND
FM-DEMOD.
DE-EMPH.
TUNER_AGC
A4 SDA
1201
40
4.5MHz
AUDIO
SWITCH
V1
SOUND
AMPL.
+ AVL
+8V
N.C.
VIDEO
FILTERS
43
42
A5 L1_IN
A7
VIDEO
IDENT
SY_CVBS_IN
7202
A4 SCL
Y
Y-DELAY
44
35
1003
1 SDA
RGB
MATRIX
I/O
SWITCHING
PAL/NTSC
DECODER
R-Y
BASE
BAND
DELAY
B-Y
U
V
3203
3
N.C.
A1 POWER SUPPLY
1512
4
1515
R_SC1_IN_V_IN
G_SC1_IN_Y_IN
B_SC1_IN_U_IN
FBL_SC1_IN
OSD/TEXT/CC
INSERT
53
BLACK
STRETCH
BLUE
STRETCH
49
WHITE
STRETCH
WHITE-P.
ADJ
B
3620
V10
1622
1
RED
3621 V11
1
t
1300
1
GREEN
2
2
BLUE
3
3
V13
V14
3305
G
3309
7312
7317
7318
V15
V16
V17
0165
BEAM-LIMIT A2
BLK_IN
3624
4
4
5
5
AQUADAG
R
7
G
9
R
B
3
G
CRT
(9P)
B
4
B
5
6 8
3319
VG2
6
50
FRAME_OUT
7
A2
FOCUS
25kV
EHT
3318
6318
+170V0
FILAMENT
8
A2 DEFLECTION
LINE
Hflybk
RESERVED
7580
ENERGIZING
CIRCUIT
(optional)
3503
2
RGB
INSERT
51
52
46 47 48 45
A4 SYNC.
Degaussing
Coil
G
V9
(MONO)
2 SCL
3
RGB
CONTROL
R
3619
3301
7310
7315
7316
OSD
3205
27
3313
R
7200-D
TDA93XX
-12V
5441
34
EHT
1
3424
-12V
EHT
FOCUS
D3
VIDEO
INTERNAL
5421
7421
BUT11APX
7
2423
TV TUNER
T1
7308
7313
7314
7200-C
TDA93XX
AUDIO CARRIER
FILTER
5201
7200-A
TDA93XX
6422
9
VT
2
V12
+8VD
1000
UV1336
6, 7
VG2
7423
90VAC-130VAC
low range
1511
Std_Con A1
VT_SUPPLY_A A2
+5V
ComPair
CONN.
A3
A5
SCL
1
CPU
VT_SUPPLY
SCL
1/10
PAGES
MEMORY
SPEAKER
2 X 5W
16 Ohm
2 X 3W
8 Ohm
2 X 1W
8 Ohm
A3 TUNER IF
3642
SDA
V7
VST
PWMDAC
POWER (USA only)
38
3604
2
3643
3601
SDA
V8
CHANNEL + / VOLUME + / -
3911
3602
3605
3
I/O
PORTS
+3.3V
EEPROM 8
(NVM)
7
6
ERR
5
9
WP
11
1
A10
VOLUME
A4
+5V
7641
M24C04
5601 5603 5602
7200-B
TDA93XX 54
61
56
6692
TSOP1836
A9
2906
+3.3V
Vaudio
3901
A8
2904
A7
Main_OutR
Main_OutR
18
26
A6
Main_OutL
Main_OutL
1
8
L
A4 CONTROL
FRONT CONTROL
2
7422
5502
H
H/V SYNC
SEPERATOR
V
H-OSC
+PLL
1500
6500
6501
5520
P1
1
T4E
6502
2504
6503
2
6562
11
7520
TEA1506
3506
DRIVER
P4
2
Vcc
SENSE
9
3525
S
6520
8
P5
3423
DEMAG
3528
CONTROL
IC
2406
9
5401
3549
3543
FRAME
V-DRVE
+
GEOMETRY
3522
21
V-DRIVE -
3581
EHT0
7540, 6540
6522
4
REFERENCE
CIRCUIT
1
7515
TCET1103
3
2
+3V3A
COLD GROUND
3544
EHT
A2
7451
7541
STANDBY
CIRCUIT
HOT GROUND
A2
Std_Con
A4
7464
5
D7
3463
7461
A4
1400
1
+160VD
D8
+160VD
2
3
6446
D9
3445
VT SUPPLY A3
FILAMENT
-12V
3443
6448
3444
6444
D10
FILAMENT A6
A2
6461
7466
4
3470
7462
7465
36
A4
BEAMLIMIT
3459
D4
V-DRIVE +
6452
3448
3402
8
6
6447
A1
6451
2455
HOR.
DEFL.
COIL
EHT
EHT 0
3410
3451
4
6423
22
CTRL
3403
A1
7523
7
MAINSUPPLY
Vaudio
7
6
0221
1
P3
6560
VG2
3447
Vaudio
A2
5560
5
3526
2521
3425
FILAMENT
3
G
P6
FOCUS
10
D1
2428
MAIN SUPPLY
D
3523
D2
V2
10
7521
11
H-DRIVE
5563
6561
14
DRAIN
33
P2
5562
3527
H-DRIVE
2nd LOOP
H-SHIFT
3446
2460
6463
6462
7463
EW
+
GEOMETRY
2465
1402
1
D5
20
3465
3464
2490
-12V
3474
2
3475
VERT.
DEFL.
COIL
FRAME OUT A4
E_14560_017.eps
240304
Block Diagrams, Testpoint Overviews, and Waveforms
L03.2U AA
6.
26
I2C and Supply Voltage Overview
A1 POWER SUPPLY
A2 DEFLECTION
Degaussing
Coil
4
1515
ENERGIZING
CIRCUIT
(optional)
3503
2
t
RESERVED
7580
1
-12V
H-DRIVE
FOCUS
7
VG2
VG2
2
7422
1500
6501
6502
6503
5520
2504
2
6562
5563
2
Vcc
SENSE
9
MAINSUPPLY
3403
MAINSUPPLY
3
G
6560
5560
8
S
3525
1x
2x
Vaudio
5
HOR.
DEFL.
COIL
6
6520
3549
7
CTRL DEMAG
7
+160VD
3463
3528
3581
CONTROL
IC
7461
7515
TCET1103
4
3470
3444
6444
3446
2460
7465
6463
EHT
A2
7451
2
3
3x
FILAMENT A6
FILAMENT
2x
6462
7463
3544
1
-12V
6448
6461
7462
REFERENCE
CIRCUIT
4
1x
A3
-12V
3443
7466
V-DRIVE+
7540, 6540
6522
VT SUPPLY
3445
6446
5
3522
FILAMENT
3448
VT SUPPLY
7464
To VIDEO
OUTPUTS
FILAMENT
3402
V-DRIVE6
A4
8
3459
5401
FRAME
7523
EHT 0
3
3313
BEAM- A4
LIMIT
6452
6423
FILAMENT
3543
A1
7
6451
6447
9
8
3526
2521
2406
3423
D
3523
3451
2455
10
7521
EHT
2
3410
4
6561
3527
7520
TEA1506
14
DRAIN
11
DRIVER
3447
0221
1
5562
11
3506
3425
Vaudio
+160VD
10
2428
1
T4E
VG2
170 V0
1300
1400
FOCUS
6500
EHT
EHT
FOCUS
7421
BUT11APX
7423
5502
EHT
1
3424
-12V
5421
90VAC-130VAC
low range
1511
CRT
5441
-12V
2423
3
6422
1512
B1
3464
+3V3A
+3V3A
2465
1402
1
3465
2
3475
FRAME OUT A4
VERT.
DEFL.
COIL
3474
7541
Std_Con
STANDBY
CIRCUIT
A4
-12V
HOT GROUND
COLD GROUND
A4
B1
I2C BUS INTERCONNECTION DIAGRAM
Vaudio
A4 VIDEO PROCESSING
A3
PART OF
VIDEOPROCESSOR
TDA93XX
+3.3V
5
3644
11
WP
6
SCL
SCL
M24C04
7 EEPROM
(NVM)
+3V3A
In
1x
2x
40
TDA9853H
AUDIO
PROC.
ERR
10
VT Supply-A
A1
7861
TUNER
UV1336
ERR
9
4491
6491
38
5 4
1000
7641
VT supply
+3V3
6001
-/C33
3866
3604
3642
SCL
SDA
3003
2
VT supply
3
1
+5V
Vaudio
SDA
3865
3601
3605
3643
SET
PROCESSOR
SDA
ERR
6
TUNER IF
+5V
3494
7493
DECODER
(economic)
+3.3V
3602
3
A5 AUDIO BTSC STEREO
TUNER IF
3004
+3.3V
7200-B
A3
VIDEO PROCESSING
A2
FILAMENT
AUDIO PROCESSING
5861
+ 8V
3495
7494
A5
+5V
ERR
4
41 - 7861
1x
1x
A6
AUDIO AMPLIFIER
1 - 7901
or
1 - 7902
Vaudio
3496
ERROR CODE LIST
Error
0
1
2
Device
Not applicable
Not applicable
Not applicable
Error description
No Error
X-Ray Protection (USA)
Horizontal Protection
3
Not applicable
4
TDA9853H
Vertical Protection
Tone control & Audio processor I2C
identification error
Check item
7421, 2423, 6421, 6422
7421, 7422, 7423
7461, 7462, 7463, 7464, 7465,
7466
Diagram
A2
A2
7861 (Stereo/Sap)
A5
A2
3497
1003
1
+ 5V
FOR
COMPAIR
ONLY
3
6492
FILAMENT
FILAMENT
+8V
A7
4379
7496
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
TDA93XX
I2C bus
Not applicable
Not applicable
M24C16
Tuner
Not applicable
Not applicable
Not applicable
Not applicable
POR 3.3V / 8V Protection
General I2C bus error
E/W Protection (Large Screen)
NVM I2C identification error
Tuner I2C identification error
Black current loop protection
MAP I2C identification error (USA)
VC I2C identification error (Eu)
DVD I2C identification error
7200, 7541, 7491, 7493, 7496
7200, 3604, 3605
7641, 3641, 3642, 3643
1000, 3003, 3004
3313, 7307, 7308, 7309, 7310,
7311, 7312, 7313, 7314, 7315,
7316, 7317, 7318, CRT
-
A4, A1
A4
A4
A3
+8V
3493
7491
1x
AUDIO FRONT I/O
+ 3V3A
+3V3A
5482
+8VD
VTSupply-A
B1
-
+ 5V
2
3491
3492
E_14560_020.eps
240304
Block Diagrams, Testpoint Overviews, and Waveforms
L03.2U AA
6.
27
Testpoint Overview Mono Carrier and CRT Panel
MONO CARRIER TRACK SIDE VIEW
CRT TRACK SIDE VIEW
7521
D
V16
6461
7520
D9
S
V15
G
2
P6
8
3
P4
LOT
2
9
7
D1
10
11
6
8
5441
3
5
V17
4
9
1302
1
6
P1
1
10
1300
6447
3 2 1
D8
1
V14
8
5520
6692
3
T et
CR ock
S
V13
F1
6560
11
V12
7
P3
V12
V13
6561
P2
HOT
1V / div DC
20µs / div.
COLD
V14
1V / div DC
20µs / div.
V15
7421
D2
B
D3
E
C
V8
1V / div DC
20µs / div.
3643
V7
3642
V2
V16
1000
3602
3601
AUDIO
PROC.
33
34
50V / div DC
20µs / div.
23
1
A4
V11
V10
V9
1622
5
4
3
2
1
E B C
7464
D6
B
7200
E
D7
C
VIDEO
PROC.
V2
21
D5
22
D4
0,5V / div DC
20µs / div.
1000
11
64
1
TUNER
D2
A5
D3
D4
D5
V9
32
D6
D7
D8
D9
D10
F1
0.5V / div DC
1ms / div.
0.5V / div DC
20µs / div.
V10
1V / div DC
20µs / div.
P1
V8
0,5V / div DC
20µs / div.
V11
1V / div DC
20µs / div.
P5
P6
T1
P2 97V DC
P3 13V5 DC
P4 17V8 DC
D1 97V DC
0.5V / div DC
1ms / div.
V7
T1
1V / div DC
20µs / div.
A4
50V / div DC
20µs / div.
7463
18
12
V17
3 D10
2
1
1
7861
A5
50V / div DC
20µs / div.
5V / div AC
20µs / div.
100V / div DC
20µs/div.
0.5V / div DC
5ms / div.
0.5V / div DC
5ms / div.
1V / div AC
5ms / div.
20V / div DC
5ms / div.
50V / div DC
20µs / div.
10V / div DC
20µs / div.
2V / div DC
20µs / div.
1V / div AC
2ms / div.
50V / div DC
5µs / div.
100V / div DC
5µs / div.
2V / div DC
5µs / div.
200mV / div AC
20µs / div.
E_14560_019.eps
180304
Circuit Diagrams and PWB Layouts
L03.2U AA
7.
28
7. Circuit Diagrams and PWB Layouts
Mono Carrier: Power Supply
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
POWER SUPPLY
RES
A
For Relay Cct.
-12V
1515
9502 RES
6
1N5062 (COL)
1N4148
47K
6580
1
2
2n2
47u
2580
2515
4
1 C914
3
t
50V / div DC
5µs / div.
1K0
OVER
POWER
PROTECTION
2561
2m2 16V
470p
6540
470p
MAXIMUM
ON-TIME
PROTECTION
BURST
DETECTOR
P6
3523
RES
2525
1n0
2527 0V0
3581
56p
56R
7515
TCET1103(G)
16V5 4
* 6522
3582
330K
47u
2564
*
7451
6V3
6V9
3549
7540
7V4 BC547B
1 9V1
BYV95A
2540
2452
BC857B
8V8
F
82n
3452
EHT
10K
2543
2K2
100K
2453
3456
4n7
47K
10K
PDTC114ET
8V1
3V3
COLD
+3V3A
3V3
10n
2542
HOT
7541
3545
9V1
3453
3454
470R
22u 50V
2528
10n
1K2
2520
3541
4V6
3K3
3520
2 8V0
A2
820K
15n
3
1n0
3519
2541
BYV95A
2526
Ctrl
11
4V7
470n
3521
5V2
1V2 6
3V8
Driver
RES
7523
BC857B
OUTPUT
DRIVER
POWER-ON
RESET
*
* 6520
2524
INPUT
CONTROL
CIRCUIT
2522
E
82K
3525
RES
6K8
3547
9
0V0
15K
3544
CURRENT
SENSING
3548
Sense
CIRCUIT
AudioSupplyGnd
3543
3524
LOGIC
CONTROL
AudioSupplyGnd_A
BZX79-C9V1
330K
6541
4501
D
S
0V0
4V7
G
1K5
3522
3542
CURRENT SOURCE
7
0V0
BZX79-B6V8
Demag
5509
7521
1n8
START-UP
AudioSupplyGnd_A
9509
AudioSupplyGnd_A
112V6
STP5NK50ZFP
D
220R
5521
2K2
Vaudio
1521
*
22u
2521
VOLTAGE
CONTRLLED
OSCILLATOR
OVER
TEMPERATURE
PROTECTIOM
7
6
3527
14
114V3
8
10
VALLEY
E
Drain
CURRENT SOURCE
Gnd
FREQUENCY
CONTROL
MainSupply
2n2
SB340
2560
2n2
START-UP
SUPPLY
MANAGEMENT
6560
5560
8
5
P5
330K
Vcc
12V6
3
3506
2523
DSP
3526
16V2 2
* 2562 *
P3
7520
TEA1506
RES
10
0R15
3M3
1520
5563
27u
3510
3507 33K
P2
BYW76
6561
11
3
9505
6562
5562
BZX384-C22
D
P4
*5520
1
130V0
220p
2
220R
3509
6505
2V / div DC
5µs / div.
100V / div DC
5µs / div.
C
2584
L_GND
3501
5502
B
P6
P5
1n5
3M3
3500
MAINS
90VAC-130VAC
LOW RANGE
3528
*
P1
V
220n
2500
3505
T4E.250V
1
A
P2 97V DC
P3 13V5 DC
P4 17V8 DC
3502
2
G
3580
9503
1N5062 (COL)
1M5
1511
F
1N5
1N5
SS28032-02A
RGP15D
RGP15D
*
P1
"$"
6503
2504
1501
PFC5000
0V0
1N5062 (COL)
6502
2502
1500
PFC5000
6501
1N5062 (COL)
* 3508
*
C
2n2
2501
2n2
2505
2
*
14RF
1N8
2N2
SS28011-04
BYV95A
BYV95A
-12V0
6500
1
B
*
BC847B
13V/19V
2523
2562
5520
6520
6522
RES
1512
7580
-12V4
2507
*
*
150u 400V
DEGAUSSING COIL
+t
10R - PTC
3503
4
3
* G5P
Item
Std_Con
FOR MAINS 120V AC 170V (177V)
220V AC 309V (317V)
..V.. Normal Operation in " SERVICE MODE "
(..V..) Standy Mode
"$"
A4
HOT GROUND
COLD GROUND
E_14560_003.eps
150304
3139 123 5802.1
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
G
1500 B2
1501 B3
1511 C1
1512 B1
1515 A7
1520 D1
1521 D9
2452 F11
2453 F10
2500 C3
2501 B5
2502 B5
2504 B6
2505 B2
2507 B6
2515 C7
2520 G2
2521 E2
2522 D6
2523 E6
2524 E5
2525 F5
2526 E2
2527 F1
2528 G6
2540 F9
2541 G9
2542 G7
2543 F6
2560 D8
2561 D9
2562 D9
2564 D10
2580 B7
2584 C6
3452 F11
3453 F10
3454 F9
3456 F11
3500 C2
3501 D2
3502 C4
3503 B4
3505 C3
3506 D4
3507 D2
3508 B4
3509 D3
3510 D3
3519 F6
3520 G2
3521 F2
3522 E5
3523 E5
3524 E5
3525 E5
3526 E6
3527 D5
3528 F1
3541 F8
3542 E9
3543 E10
3544 F9
3545 G8
3547 F10
3548 F9
3549 E9
3580 A7
3581 F6
3582 D10
4501 E5
5502 C4
5509 E8
5520 C7
5521 D6
5560 D8
5562 C9
5563 D10
6500 B5
6501 B6
6502 B5
6503 B6
6505 D2
6520 E2
6522 F6
6540 F8
6541 E9
6560 D8
6561 D9
6562 C9
6580 A8
7451 F10
7515 F7
7520 D2
7521 E6
7523 F1
7540 F9
7541 G8
7580 A7
9502 C4
9503 A6
9505 D2
9509 D8
Circuit Diagrams and PWB Layouts
L03.2U AA
7.
29
Mono Carrier: Deflection
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
DEFLECTION
Line Deflection
3422
0V0
D2
12n
2408
5
*
*
*
470n
2406
3403
4R7
3R9
3R9
220K
680R
470R
3R9
4R7
1R
100K
680R
470R
3460
5441
47K
JF0501-19276
100K
JF0501-19255
100K
JF0501-19255
*
33K
3439
2M23440
150K
6453
BZX79-C33 3457
6444
1R
3444
BAS316
EHT
6451
140V0
6452
EHTO
68K
*
*
120K
3459
6448
3410
*
BAS316
Beam_Limit
3455
A4
2K2
MainSupplyGND
*
3460
D10
100K
FILAMENT
3448
160VD
1R
2446
1R
3446
33u
DC12
5401
2457
-12V
470u
*
*
3445
2444
6446
RGP10D
6447
RGP10D
5402
9402 RES
1R
D8
DIPMATE
7464
23V8
BAS316
6464
100u 50V
BAS316
2463
1n
6460
2462
2K2
3463
1n
2461
6462
2460
RGP10D
56n
6461
10u
2465
0V0
330R
A4
160V
BD135
3468
-0V5
TO 1300
OF CRT PANEL
0V9
VERTICAL
DEFLECTION
COIL
15n
2470
3471
2
BC546B
-12V5
-12V
1
1R0
7463
1402
3478
1K
7465
BD136
0V0
-12V0
3472
1K
D7
0V0
220R
3466
2R2
8K2
2464
-11V9
3465
F
A4
10K
3476
0V0
470p
1M
3462
D6
220R
-12V
0V0
0V8
-12V6
Frame_OUT
3475
7466
BC847B
7462
3470
2K2
3461
1V4
3
RGP10D
BC857B
7461
BC857B
E
1464
2
FILAMENT
G
1400
1
1463
RGP10D
A2
-12V5
Frame_FB
D2
D3
D5
D4
D1 97V DC
G
VH
VDrive+
5V / div AC
20µs / div.
3464
A4
100V / div DC
20µs/div.
0.5V / div DC
5ms / div.
D8
D9
0.5V / div DC
5ms / div.
2K2
D10
3R3
D7
*
*
3473
3474
D6
D5
3R3
F
D
A4
10u
2K2
3402
1R
Frame Deflection
D4
C
A1
EGP20DL
6463
VDrive-
A4
2441 33n
470p
E
B
D9
47u
2405
1K
3443
2447
MainSupply
47K
150K
3R9
3R9
1R
150K
8K2
2K2
A
VTSupply
*
*
D1
D
3447
7440
BF423 3V5
RES
137V0
120K
4
47u
2428
7
2
6V0
3441
3442
3443
3444
3445
3447
3451
3455
8K2
3
3442 BAS316 3441
5V6
33N
100N
NO
2K2
33K
100K
PSD10-204B
1K0
1R
*
10
5
1
2441
2452
2494
3402
3440
3R3
3R3
360N
NO
12N
680P
15N
22N
47U
2K2
33K
10K
150K
33K
3451
1K
4
BC807-25
-7V0
330R
33K
2455
7423
14RF
3450
3449
9
1
10u 16V
6
13V
4R7
4R7
NO
560N
13N
470P
22N
22N
NO
NO
36K
47K
100K
6
1
3R3
5421
8
HORIZONTAL
DEFLECTION
1401
COIL
VH
19V
3R3
3R3
NO
560N
15N15N
1N
470u
3
TO CRT PANEL
*
BAS316
Vaudio
3425
3430
VG2
68R
6426
BAS316
3428
220n
0V0
3423
47R
D3
7422
BC817-25
3432
A2
6423
FOCUS
0V0
100n
FILAMENT
3426
100n
3V4
C
TO PICTURE TUBE
470p
6445
A4
EHT
2421
100n
1n
2429
2426
RES
2471
2420
2427
HDRIVE
5441
1142
BUT11APX
3424
22R
B
*
7421
2473
-12V
LOT
820p
6422
0V3
BYD33M
330K
10n
2424
A4
46V4
2423
Hflybk
*
*
A
Item
3473
3474
2406
2408
2423
2424
1V / div AC
5ms / div.
H
20V / div DC
5ms / div.
50V / div DC
20µs / div.
10V / div DC
20µs / div.
2V / div DC
20µs / div.
H
E_14560_004.eps
150304
3139 123 5802.1
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
1400 E10
1401 C4
1402 G6
1463 E8
1464 E11
2405 D3
2406 D4
2408 D5
2420 B2
2421 B3
2423 A4
2424 A4
2426 B2
2427 B1
2428 D2
2429 B2
2441 C9
2444 E8
2446 E8
2447 E8
2455 D9
2457 E7
2460 E6
2461 F2
2462 F3
2463 F3
2464 F3
2465 F5
2470 F5
2471 B1
2473 C7
3402 D5
3403 D4
3410 C9
3422 A3
3423 C2
3424 B1
3425 C1
3426 B3
3428 B3
3430 C2
3432 C2
3439 D8
3440 D8
3441 C8
3442 D8
3443 D7
3444 D7
3445 D7
3446 E6
3447 C8
3448 D8
3449 C8
3450 C9
3451 C9
3455 C9
3457 C8
3459 D8
3460 D9
3461 F1
3462 G2
3463 F2
3464 G3
3465 G2
3466 G3
3468 E4
3470 F4
3471 F5
3472 G5
3473 H5
3474 H5
3475 F6
3476 F6
3478 G5
5401 E5
5402 E4
5421 C3
5441 B5
6422 A4
6423 C1
6426 B2
6444 D7
6445 C7
6446 D7
6447 D7
6448 D7
6451 C9
6452 D9
6453 D8
6460 F3
6461 F6
6462 E5
6463 E6
6464 F4
7421 B3
7422 B2
7423 C2
7440 C8
7461 F2
7462 F3
7463 G4
7464 E4
7465 G5
7466 F4
9402 E4
Circuit Diagrams and PWB Layouts
L03.2U AA
7.
30
Mono Carrier: Tuner IF
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
TUNER IF
A
A
B
B
RES
100R
T1
100u
2002
22K
2
3
4
SDA
1003
3003
1
5
A4
3004
3
100R
6001
10u
200mV / div AC
20µs / div.
1001
OFWG1984M
T1
TUNER
IF
SCL
11
1
VIF_2
4
A4
D
SDA
10
12
13
NC
14
15
6
2
VIF_1
5
A4
8
3
22p
22p
2004
EH-B
220n
9
VTS
TU
AS
GND
SCL
2005
7
VS
100R
2003
A4
2
1
AGC
5001
3002
10n
2001
2006
470u 10V
1000
UV1336
BZX79-C33
2007
3001
4K7
D
C
VTSupply_A
+5V
820n
C
VTSupply
5003
3005
A4
RES
TUNER_AGC
5002
+5V
5004
1004
1
E
E
E_14560_005.eps
150304
3139 123 5802.1
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
1000 C5
1001 D7
1003 D3
1004 E6
2001 C3
2002 C4
2003 D4
2004 D4
2005 C6
2006 C3
2007 C7
3001 C3
3002 C3
3003 D4
3004 D4
3005 C3
5001 D7
5002 C5
5003 C6
5004 E6
6001 C7
Circuit Diagrams and PWB Layouts
L03.2U AA
7.
31
Mono Carrier: IF, Video Processing, Control, and Sync.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
VIF_2
1V8 23
VISION-IF
DEEMPHASIS
1V8 24
ALIGNMT-FREE
PLL DEMOD
AGC/AFC
AUDIO SWITCH
100R
4K7
3641
WC_
2641
1n
SCL
5 3V3
V7
VSS
4
SDA
A4
1n0
3642
1K0
3634
56
3V3
54
3V3
12
3497 390R
SDA
3643
NVM
E2
100n
I2C-BUS
VST PWM-DAC
CPU
VOL CONTR
A4
1/10 PAGE
0V4
MEMORY
I/O PORTS
8V3
3645
D
VIDEO FILTERS
TELETEXT
TXT/OSD
ACQUISITION
DISPLAY
6625
ROM/RAM
1K0
4661
7601
PDTA114ET
BZX79-C8V2
1V5 43
8V3
AGC CIRCUIT
NARROW BAND
PLL
DEMODULATOR
220u 16V
VIDEO IDENT.
BAS316
2612
3V3 42
220n
C
SCL
100R
61
BAS316
6628
100R
470u 10V
22u 25V
2492
100n
BAS316
6627
75R
3211
A7
VIDEO SWITCH
2210
3210
7
E1
220n
3v9 40
SY_CVBS_IN
6
3V3
6626
470R
3209
470R
3
3V3
VCC
NC
100R
10R
10R
3479
3493
220u 25V
5603
6491
3V3 BAV70
VIDEO AMP
D
33R
2493
4491
56K
3492
3K3
2494
5u6
5u6
5u6
5602
5601
9
3V3
1 62 63 64
0V
3V3
5 6 7 8
4
0V
3
3V4
3V4
0V2
0V2
2
2
3644
VTSupply_A
IR
Std_Con
2607
0V8
10 11
57
2
1N
B
3V4
8
2642
3V3
58
3V3
59
0V
55
1V6
60
1V6
0V
44
2V3
35
3V3
28
3V8
29
3V2
31
2V3
38
2V4
2V4
37
7641
M24C04
V8
2209
3208
27
2V9
4V2
100n
2208
7200
TDA93XX
VIF_1
A3
2606
390R
100n
A3
A3
3607
100R
SDAM
9625
3604
33p
TUNER_AGC
4V1
A2
7493
L78L33
1
3
IN GND OUT
10R
6492
BZX384-C5V6
1
2605 100n
100R
3605
12M
1621
470n
2601
2206 4n7
1K
3207
11V5
2608
100R
2207
2603
*
C
3206
G 2
3V3
680R
33p
1u0
2205
O
3205
I
10u
75R
3
3496
5V0
7494
BC337-25
3494
9V0
9V6
1u
2602
270R
1201
TPS
4M5
V1
2V7
470u 10V
9476
6V5
V6
A1
2123
4u7
1
7491
BC847B
+3V3
2K2
BC847B
3204
KEYBOARD
2K2
3618
7201
5201
V5
V4
3495
3V3
1K0
9200
3V3
3203
100n
2203
B
2K2
3603
8V3
5V6
3491
4606
RES
7V0
100R
7202
BC847B
7496
BD135
A
2495
9V8
10u 16V
2K2
3602
3202
+8VD
VOLUME
SCL
3601
2604
2V7
3606 10K
820p
2202
2204
10V 470u
8V3
*
4n7
2201
2K7
SDA
3201
AM_FM_MONO
L1_IN
V3
*
+3V3
+8V
FILAMENT
+5V
+3V3
+3V3A
+8V
Vaudio
A7
A1
A7
A6
A3,A5
A3,A5
+3V3
+8V
A
A5
A5/A7
VIDEO PROCESSING
V9
REFO
PAL/SEC/NTSC
DECODER
LUMA DELAY
BASE-BAND
OSD/TXT INSERT
PEAKING
DELAY LINE
CCC
BLACK STRETCH
BLUE 3
1203
H-DRIVE
EW GEOMETRY
2nd LOOP
H-OSC + PLL
RGB/YUV INSERT
RGB/YUV MATRIX
SATURATION
V-DRIVE +
GEOMETRY
H-SHIFT
3624
4
E
To 1300
of CRT PANEL
5
BLK_IN
1K0
6624
Frame_OUT
A2
BAS316
Beam_Limit
+5V
A2
YUV/RGB/MATRIX
F
47
48
0V0
46
2V7
20
2V7
36
2V6
0V
21
2V0
22
1V3
1V3
26
45
+8V
4u7
2490
1K0
5604
3231
560R
100n
2489
3232
100n
3480 39K
1M
3483
2n2
2487
4n7
2486
1u
2485
25
3V8
33
2488
3V9
16
1V0
34
3V0
17
18K
2484 100n
2498 2u2
2483 4u7
2643 220p
3646 1M0
3481
0V8
3V8
2482 1u0
2491
470u 10V
F
H/V SYNC SEP.
4V0 19
5V0 15
10u
GREEN 2
V11
2615
8v2 39
8v3 14
+8V
470R
50 5v3
0V 30
0V 41
0V 18
5482
3620
53 2v6 3621
49 3v4 470R
WHITE-P ADJ
+8VD
52 2v5 470R
BAS316
5v0 32
6681
2V3 13
220n
2616
2212
RED 1
10u 16V
1202
1n0
E
CONTR/BRIGHTN
1622
V10
51 2v8 3619
10K
33K
3489
3487
9410
1K0
3486
1n0
3485 1K0
1n0
2497
2496
3K3
3490
10K
3498
BAS316
6481
27K
100R
100p
3499
3488
2481
G
V7
STEREO
820P
4N7
2K7
NO
JUMP
NO
NO
330P
33P
3K9
3K3
NO
FIXD 10U
100K
V10
V9
V11
0.5V / div DC
5ms / div.
0.5V / div DC
20µs / div.
0,5V / div DC
20µs / div.
1V / div DC
20µs / div.
1V / div DC
20µs / div.
1V / div DC
20µs / div.
E_14560_006.eps
150304
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1
G
+8VD
V8
MONO
H
A2
EHTO
A2
A2 VDrive+
VDrive-
V2
+3V3
A2
A2
H
HDRIVE
Hflybk
+8V
V2
Item
2202
2206
3201
3867
4865
5861
3861
5u6
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
1201 C2
1202 E1
1203 E9
1621 C4
1622 E10
2123 C4
2201 B2
2202 B3
2203 B2
2204 A4
2205 C3
2206 C4
2207 C2
2208 C2
2209 D2
2210 D2
2212 E2
2481 G3
2482 F2
2483 G2
2484 G3
2485 G3
2486 G3
2487 G4
2488 G5
2489 G5
2490 G6
2491 F1
2492 C9
2493 B9
2494 C8
2495 A10
2496 G4
2497 G5
2498 G2
2601 C4
2602 B5
2603 C5
2604 B6
2605 C7
2606 C7
2607 C7
2608 B7
2612 D8
2615 F7
2616 F8
2641 B11
2642 C10
2643 G2
3201 A3
3202 B3
3203 B4
3204 B2
3205 C3
3206 C3
3207 C3
3208 D2
3209 D2
3210 D2
3211 E1
3231 G7
3232 F7
3479 B8
3480 G5
3481 F3
3483 G4
3485 G5
3486 G5
3487 G6
3488 G4
3489 G6
3490 G4
3491 B7
3492 C7
3493 B8
3494 B9
3495 B9
3496 A10
3497 A10
3498 G3
3499 G3
3601 A5
3602 B5
3603 B5
3604 C5
3605 C5
3606 B5
3607 B6
3618 B5
3619 E7
3620 E8
3621 E7
3624 E9
3634 C8
3641 B11
3642 C10
3643 C11
3644 B11
3645 D9
3646 G2
4491 B9
4606 B4
4661 D9
5201 B2
5482 F2
5601 C7
5602 C7
5603 C7
5604 G9
6481 G3
6491 B9
6492 B10
6624 F9
6625 D10
6626 D8
6627 D8
6628 D8
6681 F8
7200 C3
7201 B3
7202 B4
7491 B7
7493 B9
7494 B10
7496 A8
7601 D9
7641 B10
9200 B4
9410 G5
9476 A10
Circuit Diagrams and PWB Layouts
L03.2U AA
7.
32
Mono Carrier: Audio - BTSC Stereo Decoder (Economic)
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
AUDIO - BTSC STEREO DECODER (ECONOMIC)
A
A
2891
R1_IN
A7
100n
4863
2884
COMP
3862
2871 150p
2u2
2872 3n3
2873
4u7
2876
2u2
2u2
2865
AUTOMATIC
VOLUME AND
LEVEL CONTROL
INPUT
SELECT
21
20
47n
BCR 4V1
24
TC2R 4V1
23
TC1R 4V1
44
VIR 4V1
0V0
34
VAR 4V1
29
0V0
22
NC
0V0
17
CAV 6V7
0V0
12
0V0
26
NC
25
LIR 4V
6
LOR 4V1
CSS 4V1
0V
NC
CP1 4V1
1
DEMATRIX
+ MODE
SELECT
VOLUME
RIGHT
CTRL
TONE
RIGHT
CTRL
VOLUME
LEFT
CTRL
TONE
LEFT
CTRL
19
A4
Main_OutR
OUTR 18 4V1
13
14
4V1 BCL
4V1 TC1L
10
4V1 TC2L
11
4V1 VIL
37
4V1 VAL
38
0V0 DGND
39
3V3 SDA
40
0V0 MAD
3V3 SCL
7
Main_OutL
OUTL 16 4V1
A6
15
2869
A5
A4
D
4852
RES
2868 150p
2867 3n3
2u2
2866
RES
2881
RES
2882
47n
100K
8
1V1 RFR
4V1 LIL
9
3861
36
4V1 LOL
27
0V0 AGND
4V1 VREF
100u
2874
8V1 VCAP
28
100u
41
2875
8V2 VCC
4V1 TW
30
LOGIC
I2C
TRANSC
FIL
AND
REF
SUPPLY
10u
31
C
A6
A5
2877
4V1 BPU
1K2
2879 4n7
32
4V1 CW
DET AND
VOLTAGE
CTRL AMP
FDO
100R
3863
5
FDI
22n
3864
L+R
L-R
4V1 33
2880
43
STEREO DECODER
4V1 35
15K
D
42
1u
2863
2u2
3
B
2870
2878
A4
RES
C
4V1 4
2
CPH 4V1
A1
2862
AM_FM_MONO
CP2 4V1
220n
7861
TDA9853H
CSB 514K5
2864
2861
CMO 4V1
220n
RES
3K3
2885
1861
2u2
CER 6V6
B
3867
0.5V / div DC
1ms / div.
0.5V / div DC
1ms / div.
5861
RES
4865
E
4861
470u
10u
2883
+8V
1883
1
2886
L1_IN
A7
100n
E
A2
3866
SCL
A4
100R
5862
A3
10u
3865
SDA
A4
100R
F
F
G
G
E_14560_007.eps
150304
3139 123 5802.1
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
1861 B5
1883 E4
2861 B4
2862 C2
2863 C3
2864 B5
2865 B5
2866 D7
2867 D7
2868 D7
2869 D8
2870 B8
2871 B7
2872 B7
2873 B7
2874 D5
2875 D5
2876 B6
2877 D5
2878 D5
2879 D4
2880 D3
2881 D7
2882 D6
2883 E4
2884 B4
2885 B4
2886 E2
2891 B2
3861 D6
3862 C4
3863 D3
3864 D3
3865 F4
3866 E4
3867 B5
4852 D8
4861 E8
4863 B8
4865 E8
5861 E4
5862 F9
7861 C4
Circuit Diagrams and PWB Layouts
L03.2U AA
7.
33
Mono Carrier: Audio Amplifier + Mono Sound Processing
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
AUDIO_AMPLIFIER + MONO_SOUND_PROCESSING
A
A
AmpOutR+
3901
*
2904
5
1
A8
2 5V1
A11
CH1+
AmpOutL_Neg
1u
820p
2905
GNDCH2
1
C
100p
100p
2950
11
100p
2949
A10
2947
GNDINP
2
AmpOutR_Neg
CH2+ 12 5V1
STEREO OUTPUT
820p
2907
3906
3
6909
7902
AN7523N
13V5
*
3V8
3911
100K
4922
5
STB
1N4148
10u 16V
2908
6908
BZX384-C2V7
D
*
7
3
1u
15K
FILAMENT
2906
2952
A5
A4
*
3905
1n
Main_OutR
GNDCH1
4925
RES
A7
C
4
4928 RES
AmpOutR_Pos
0V4 9 VOL
B
1900
AmpOutL_Pos
A9
CH2- 10 5V1
*
5
4927
RES
100p
2948
3909
4 5V1
CH11V4 8 CH2-IN
680K
* 3904
15K
A7
A7
1V4 6 CH1-IN
2951
A5
3903
1n
*
Main_OutL
VCC 11V4
7901
AN7522N
STB 3V0
1u
3K3
2903
*
4923
RES
10K
B
3902
AmpOutR_Pos
1K
A6
A7
AmpOutL_Pos
4924
+5V
A7
AmpOutL+
RES
2901
RES
4921
Vaudio
1
VCC
D
9865
2 5V1
1V4 6 CH1-IN
VOLUME
9872
CH1+
0V4 9 VOL
4 5V1
GNDINP
10u
2909
3K3
3907
CH1-
7
NC
8
GNDCH1
3
MONO OUTPUT
E
E
F
F
G
Item
1x1W
1900
2904
2906
3903
3904
7901
7902
3PIN
1U
NO
4K7
2K7
NO
AN7523
2x1W
5PIN
470N
470N
3K3
10K
AN7522
NO
2x3W
5PIN
47N
47N
3K3
10K
AN7522
NO
G
H
H
E_14560_008.eps
180204
3139 123 5802.1
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
1900 B10
2901 A7
2903 B5
2904 B4
2905 B5
2906 C4
2907 C5
2908 D3
2909 E4
2947 C9
2948 C9
2949 C9
2950 C9
2951 B5
2952 C5
3901 B4
3902 B5
3903 B3
3904 B4
3905 C3
3906 C4
3907 E4
3909 C3
3911 D3
4921 A4
4922 C8
4923 B3
4924 B3
4925 C3
4927 B9
4928 C9
6908 D3
6909 D3
7901 B6
7902 D6
9865 D8
9872 D8
Circuit Diagrams and PWB Layouts
L03.2U AA
7.
34
Mono Carrier: Front I/O + Front Control + Headphone
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
FRONT IO + FRONT CONTROL + HEADPHONE
A
A
FRONT CINCH
FRONT CONTROL
KEYBOARD
SY_CVBS_IN
3182
1K0
3681
2K2
3687
3688
3686
430R
3685
200R
1602
9181
47K
3184
330p
TS
USA
volume+
volume1600
1601
* 1101-B
C
*3185
R1_IN
A5
*
47K
3186
330p
*
2183
RES
1183
2186
150R
R
0R
1603
3682
channel+
1606
200R
POWER
A5,A4
2182
RES
2185
1182
RES
L1_IN
150R
L
C
120R
4182
22p
6181
2181
3183
* 1100-B
channel-
B
1101-A
3689
*
BZX79-C6V8
* 1100-A
75R
B
100R
3181
1181
V
A4
A4
3683
MONO SET
1101-C
+3V3A
F1
D
4K7
3694
3693
1V / div AC
2ms / div.
220R
D
AmpOutL_Pos
IR
A6
E
9694
1
A4
2
HEADPHONE
SOCKET
4981
RES
4982
RES
1
VS
OUT
100u
HEADPHONE
3
2691
6692
TSOP1836
F1
E
GND
1901
6
120R
5
4
1981
3981
100u
470p
2981
2982
AmpOutL+
A6
9982
RES
2
F
F
3
7
9
1982
8
120R
470p
3982
100u
2984
4983
RES
2983
4984
RES
AmpOutR+
A6
For Engg Purpose Only
AmpOutR_Pos
4694
A6
G
G
H
Item
Stereo
Mono
1100
2123
2183
3185
3186
3PIN
NO
33P
150R
47R
2PIN
1U
NO
NO
NO
H
E_14560_009.eps
150304
3139 123 5802.1
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
1100-A B1
1100-B C1
1101-A B2
1101-B C2
1101-C D2
1181 B3
1182 C3
1183 C3
1600 C10
1601 C9
1602 B9
1603 B9
1606 B8
1901 E5
1981 F4
1982 F4
2181 B3
2182 C3
2183 C3
2185 C3
2186 C3
2691 E10
2981 F2
2982 F3
2983 F2
2984 F3
3181 B3
3182 B3
3183 B3
3184 C4
3185 C3
3186 C4
3681 B10
3682 B10
3683 B8
3685 B8
3686 B9
3687 B9
3688 B9
3689 B7
3693 D10
3694 D9
3981 F3
3982 F3
4182 B7
4694 G7
4981 E2
4982 E3
4983 G2
4984 G3
6181 B4
6692 E9
9181 C4
9694 E8
9982 F2
Circuit Diagrams and PWB Layouts
L03.2U AA
7.
35
Layout Mono Carrier (Top Side)
3139 123 5802.1
E_14560_001.eps
190204
1000
1001
1003
1004
1100
1101
1201
1202
1203
1400
1401
1402
1463
1464
1500
1501
1511
1512
1515
1520
1521
1600
1601
1602
1603
1606
1621
1622
1861
1883
1900
1901
2002
2006
2007
2204
2205
2405
2406
2408
2423
2424
2428
2441
2444
2446
2447
2455
2457
2460
2463
2465
2470
2488
2491
2492
2493
2494
2495
2498
2500
2501
2502
2504
2505
2507
2515
2521
2523
2528
2560
2561
2562
2564
2580
2584
2604
2612
2616
2691
2864
2865
2869
2870
2874
2875
2876
2877
2878
2883
2884
2885
2903
2908
2909
2981
2983
3005
3181
3182
3183
3185
3204
3205
D4
C4
D4
C4
A4
A4
B4
C4
A3
C3
D2
D3
D3
C3
A1
A1
A1
A2
A2
A2
B2
A3
A3
A2
A2
A1
B3
B4
A3
A3
A4
A4
D4
D4
D4
B4
C4
C2
D2
D2
D3
C2
D3
D2
D2
D3
C3
C3
D2
C1
D3
D3
D4
C4
C3
B3
A4
B3
A4
C4
A1
A1
A1
B1
A2
B1
B2
C1
B1
C1
A2
A2
B2
B2
A2
B1
A3
A3
B4
A2
A4
A4
A4
A4
A3
A3
A3
A3
A3
A3
A3
A3
A4
A4
A4
A4
A4
C4
A4
A4
A3
A3
B4
B4
3208
3210
3402
3403
3422
3423
3424
3425
3426
3428
3439
3442
3443
3444
3445
3446
3448
3449
3450
3452
3459
3464
3468
3470
3471
3472
3473
3474
3475
3478
3479
3483
3485
3486
3488
3491
3493
3494
3495
3496
3497
3498
3500
3501
3502
3503
3505
3506
3507
3508
3509
3510
3519
3521
3523
3526
3527
3543
3544
3549
3582
3603
3604
3605
3606
3618
3619
3620
3621
3624
3634
3641
3693
3865
3866
3901
3982
5001
5002
5003
5004
5201
5401
5402
5421
5441
5482
5502
5509
5520
5521
5560
5562
5563
5601
5602
5603
5604
5861
5862
6001
6181
6422
6444
B4
B4
D2
D2
C2
D3
D3
B2
C2
D3
C2
C3
D3
D3
D2
C1
C3
C3
C3
C2
C3
D3
D3
D3
D3
D3
D3
D3
C3
D4
B3
C4
C4
C4
B4
C4
A3
A3
A4
B4
B4
B4
A2
A2
A1
A2
A1
A1
B2
A2
A1
A1
C1
C1
B1
B1
C1
C2
C2
B2
B2
B3
B3
B3
B3
B3
B4
B3
B3
B4
A3
B3
A2
A3
A3
A4
A4
C4
D4
C4
C4
B4
D2
D2
D3
D1
B4
A1
A2
C2
B1
B2
B2
C2
B3
B3
B3
B2
A3
A3
D4
A4
D3
D3
6446
6447
6448
6453
6461
6462
6463
6500
6501
6502
6503
6520
6522
6540
6541
6560
6561
6562
6580
6625
6692
6909
7200
7421
7440
7463
7464
7465
7493
7494
7496
7515
7521
7540
7641
7901
7902
9001
9002
9181
9200
9201
9202
9203
9205
9402
9403
9405
9406
9407
9408
9410
9411
9412
9413
9421
9422
9424
9441
9444
9445
9446
9448
9449
9450
9452
9463
9465
9471
9473
9475
9476
9478
9479
9481
9490
9492
9494
9495
9496
9497
9498
9499
9501
9502
9503
9505
9509
9515
9520
9521
9523
9539
9560
9561
9562
9563
9564
9582
9604
9605
9606
9607
9608
D1
D2
D3
C3
D1
D1
D1
A1
A1
A1
B1
C1
C1
C2
C2
B2
A2
B2
A2
B3
A2
A4
B4
C3
C3
C3
D4
D4
A3
B4
B3
C1
B1
C2
B3
A4
A4
D4
C4
A3
B4
B4
A4
A4
B4
D2
C4
C2
C2
C3
C3
C3
C3
C3
B3
D2
C2
D2
C2
D2
D2
D3
C3
C3
C3
C3
C3
A3
D3
D3
C3
B4
D4
D4
B4
A3
B3
A3
A4
A4
A3
A3
A3
A1
A1
A2
B2
A2
B2
C2
A1
B1
C3
B2
A2
A2
C2
B2
B2
B3
B3
B2
A4
B2
9612
9617
9618
9624
9625
9629
9641
9642
9643
9681
9682
9693
9694
9695
9698
9862
9865
9872
9883
9901
9902
9903
9904
9905
9906
9907
9982
9983
A3
B3
B3
B3
B3
B2
B3
B3
B3
B4
A3
A2
A2
A3
B3
A3
A4
A3
A3
A4
A4
A4
A4
A4
A3
A3
A4
A3
Circuit Diagrams and PWB Layouts
L03.2U AA
7.
36
Layout Mono Carrier (Overview Bottom Side)
Part 1
E_14560_002a.eps
Part 2
E_14560_002b.eps
3139 123 5802.1
E_14560_002.eps
190204
2001
2003
2004
2005
2123
2181
2182
2183
2185
2186
2201
2202
2203
2206
2207
2208
2209
2210
2212
2420
2421
2426
2427
2429
2452
2453
2461
2462
2464
2471
2473
2481
2482
2483
2484
2485
2486
2487
2489
2490
2496
2497
2520
2522
2524
2525
2526
2527
2540
2541
2542
2543
2601
2602
2603
2605
2606
2607
2608
2615
2641
2642
2643
2861
2862
2863
2866
2867
2868
2871
2872
2873
2879
2880
2881
2882
2886
2891
2901
2904
2905
2906
2907
2947
2948
2949
2950
2951
2952
2982
2984
3001
3002
3003
3004
3184
3186
3201
3202
3203
3206
3207
3209
3211
D1
D1
D1
C1
B1
A1
A2
A2
A1
A2
B1
B1
B1
B1
B1
B1
B1
B1
B2
D2
D2
D3
D3
D2
C3
C3
D2
D2
C2
D3
D3
B1
B1
C1
B2
B1
B1
B1
B1
B1
B1
B1
C4
C4
B4
B4
C4
C4
C3
C3
C3
C4
B2
B2
B2
B2
B2
B2
B2
B1
B2
B2
C2
A2
A2
A1
A1
A1
A1
A1
A2
A2
A2
A2
A2
A2
A1
A2
A1
A1
A1
A1
A1
A1
A1
A1
A1
A1
A1
A1
A1
D1
D1
D1
D1
A2
A2
B1
B1
B1
B1
B1
B1
B1
3231
3232
3410
3430
3432
3440
3441
3447
3451
3453
3454
3455
3456
3457
3460
3461
3462
3463
3465
3466
3476
3480
3481
3487
3489
3490
3492
3499
3520
3522
3524
3525
3528
3541
3542
3545
3547
3548
3580
3581
3601
3602
3607
3642
3643
3644
3645
3646
3681
3682
3683
3685
3686
3687
3688
3689
3694
3861
3862
3863
3864
3867
3902
3903
3904
3905
3906
3907
3909
3911
3981
4182
4405
4410
4411
4412
4413
4414
4423
4444
4447
4461
4465
4490
4491
4492
4494
4495
4496
4498
4499
4501
4606
4619
4634
4640
4661
4852
4861
4862
4863
4865
4921
4922
B1
B1
C2
D2
D2
C3
C2
C2
C2
C3
C3
B3
C3
C3
C2
D2
C2
D2
C2
C2
C2
B1
B1
B1
B1
B1
B2
B1
C4
C4
B4
B4
C4
C3
C3
C3
C3
C3
A3
C4
B2
B2
B2
B2
B2
B2
B2
C1
A2
A2
A3
A3
A3
A3
A2
A2
A3
A1
A2
A2
A2
A2
A1
A1
A1
A1
A1
A1
A1
A1
A1
A3
C3
C2
C2
C2
C2
C2
C2
D3
C3
A3
D1
B2
A2
B2
B1
B2
A2
B2
B2
B4
B1
B2
A2
B2
B2
A1
A1
A2
A2
A1
A1
A1
4923
4924
4925
4927
4928
4981
4982
4983
4984
6423
6426
6445
6451
6452
6460
6464
6481
6491
6492
6505
6624
6626
6627
6628
6681
6908
7201
7202
7422
7423
7451
7461
7462
7466
7491
7520
7523
7541
7580
7601
7861
A1
A1
A1
A1
A1
A1
A1
A1
A1
D2
D3
D3
C2
C2
D2
D2
B1
A2
A1
B3
B2
A1
A1
A2
B1
A1
B1
B1
D2
D2
C3
C2
C2
C2
B2
C4
C4
C3
A3
B2
A2
Circuit Diagrams and PWB Layouts
L03.2U AA
7.
37
Layout Mono Carrier (Part 1 Bottom Side)
Part 1
E_14560_002a.eps
190204
Circuit Diagrams and PWB Layouts
L03.2U AA
7.
38
Layout Mono Carrier (Part 2 Bottom Side)
Part 2
E_14560_002b.eps
190204
Circuit Diagrams and PWB Layouts
L03.2U AA
7.
39
CRT Panel
1
2
3
4
5
CRT PANEL
6
7
8
9
10
11
170V0
A
1303
RES
1304
Aquadag
168V8
7313
BF422
33K
3300
BLUE
GREEN
68R
3313
170V0
A
RED
109V0
1301-1
6313
107V6
3
BAS321
V12
5
7314
BF423
7V7
6
7315
BF422
33K
180p
3304
7307
RES
3V0
168V7
7
8
6V3
R
V14
GND_CRT
6
6316
104V0
7310
BF422
3306
7
GND_CRT1
BAS321
1
P5
P6
Blue
2V6
4301
P8
P9
Green
180p
3308
6V3
3305
7317
BF422
168V7
6317
3V3
GND_CRT
1
5
6
11
180p
220R
3318
12
170V0
1n
6318
2318
4307 RES
3319
6301
BAS316
10
BZX284-C8V2
6307
BAS316
8
9
*
220R
3311
2302
7V7
6V3
G1
Heater
CG
G2
2V7
7311
RES
Ground
G3
7
418V0
3V0
GND_CRT
123V0
V17
7318
BF423
4302
3V0
D
Heater
H1
CRT
9 Pin
12 Pin
H2
GND
Pin 1
Pin 1 & 12
CB
VG1
Pin 6
Pin 5
Green
Pin 9
Pin 6
VG2
Pin 8
Pin 7
Red
Pin 7
Pin 8
Heater
Pin 5
Pin 9
Heater
Pin 4
Pin 10
Blue
Pin 3
Pin 11
GND
GND_CRT1
VG1 VG2
TO CRT SOCKET
E
GND_CRT GND_CRT
FOCUS
680p
EHT
VG2
GND_CRT1
47n
2304
D
CR
GND_CRT1
2303
C
1302-A
1K5
7312
BF422
Red
B
3309
109V0
BAS321
3310
Red
1K5
V16
108V0
220R
120V0
1K5
C
3V0
220R
3V0
7309
RES
EH-B
G
7V7
B
Green
P1
V15
170V0
2301
Filament
CRT
Blue
P7
220R
GND_CRT
E
9
122V0
P3
P4
1K5
7316
BF423
3V2
3307
8
3301
106V0
33K
5
TO 1622 OF
170V0
3V0
V13
4
4
2V6
4300
2300
3 B
GND_CRT
3303
2 G
AND 1400 OF
B
220R
4303
*4304
* 4305
** 4306
1 R
7308
BF422
220R
1300
3V1
TO CRT SOCKET
3302
V13
V12
FROM MAIN CHASSIS TO LOT
GND_CRT
F
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EN 41
8. Alignments
Index of this chapter:
1. General Alignment Conditions
2. Hardware Alignments
3. Software Alignments and Settings
Note: The Service Default Alignment Mode (SDAM) is
described in the "Service Modes, Error Codes and Fault
Finding" section. SDAM menu navigation is performed by using
the MENU UP, MENU DOWN, MENU LEFT, and MENU
RIGHT keys of the remote control transmitter.
8.1
General Alignment Conditions
Perform all electrical adjustments under the following
conditions:
• AC voltage and frequency: according to country's
standard.
• Connect the television set to the AC power via an isolation
transformer.
• Allow the television set to warm up for approximately 20
minutes.
• Measure the voltages and waveforms in relation to chassis
ground (with the exception of the voltages on the primary
side of the power supply). Never use heatsinks as ground.
• Test probe: Ri > 10 M ohm; Ci < 2.5 pF.
• Use an isolated trimmer/screwdriver to perform the
alignments.
8.2
Hardware Alignments
0231
C
0212
5500
2503
7641
A SDAM
5520
9527
7200
3606
5441
B
1000 (TUNER)
LOT
Focus
Screen
VG2
ComPair
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Figure 8-1 Top view Mono Carrier
8.2.1
Vg2 Adjustment
1. Activate SDAM by pressing the following key sequence on
the remote control transmitter: 0 6 2 5 9 6 directly followed
by the MENU button (do not allow the display to time out
between entries while keying the sequence).
2. Use the MENU UP/DOWN keys to highlight the WHITE
TONE sub menu.
3. Press the MENU LEFT/RIGHT key to enter the WHITE
TONE sub menu.
4. In the WHITE TONE sub menu, press the MENU UP/
DOWN keys to select NORMAL RED, NORMAL GREEN,
or NORMAL BLUE.
5. Use the MENU LEFT/RIGHT keys to set the values of
NORMAL RED, NORMAL GREEN and NORMAL BLUE to
'40'.
6. Press the MENU button twice to enter the normal user
menu.
7. In the normal user menu, use the MENU UP/DOWN keys
to highlight the PICTURE sub menu (if necessary).
8. Press the MENU LEFT/RIGHT keys to enter the PICTURE
sub menu.
9. Use the MENU UP/DOWN keys to select CONTRAST. Be
sure to record the current value of CONTRAST.
10. Use the MENU LEFT/RIGHT keys to set the value of
CONTRAST to '0'.
11. Use the MENU UP/DOWN keys to select BRIGHTNESS.
Be sure to record the current value of BRIGHTNESS.
12. Use the MENU LEFT/RIGHT keys to set the value of
BRIGHTNESS to minimum (OSD just visible in a dark
room).
13. Press the MENU button twice to return to the top level
SDAM menu.
14. Press the OSD/STATUS button to hide the SDAM
onscreen display ("S" indication remains visible). This, to
avoid interferences during the waveform measurements
15. Connect the RF output of a video pattern generator to the
antenna input, and input a 'black picture' test pattern to the
television set.
16. Set the oscilloscope to 50 V/div and the time base to 0.2
milliseconds (external triggering on the positive vertical
pulse with a 10:1 probe).
17. Ground the scope at the CRT panel and connect a 100:1
probe to one of the cathodes of the picture tube socket (pin
7= Red, pin 9= Green, and pin 3= Blue, see also schematic
diagram B1). Measure the level of the black current
measuring pulses. These are the second line (Red), third
line (Green), and fourth line (Blue) directly after the frame
blanking (see figure "V_cut-off"). Remark: This chassis is
using a TDA93XX UOC series. These use two different
measuring pulses at each of the R, G, and B outputs. The
above-mentioned level applies to the pulse with the lowest
level of each gun.
18. Select the cathode with the highest V_dc value for the
alignment. Adjust the V_cut-off of this gun with the
SCREEN potentiometer (see figure "Top view family
board") on the LOT to the correct value (see table "Vg2
alignment values").
19. Press the OSD/STATUS button to display the SDAM
onscreen display.
20. Press the MENU button to enter the normal user menu.
21. In the normal user menu, use the MENU UP/DOWN keys
to highlight the PICTURE sub menu (if necessary).
22. Press the MENU LEFT/RIGHT keys to enter the PICTURE
sub menu.
23. Use the MENU UP/DOWN keys to select CONTRAST.
24. Use the MENU LEFT/RIGHT keys to reset the value of
CONTRAST to the original value.
25. Use the MENU UP/DOWN keys to select BRIGHTNESS.
26. Use the MENU LEFT/RIGHT keys to reset the value of
BRIGHTNESS to the original value.
27. Press the MENU button twice to return to the top level
SDAM menu.
28. Use the POWER button on the remote control transmitter
or the POWER button on the television set to turn off the
television set. This will save the changes made in SDAM.
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VCUTOFF [VDC]
0V Ref.
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Figure 8-2 V_cutoff
Table 8-1 Vg2 alignment values
8.2.2
Screen Size
Cut-off point (V)
13V
+135 V ± 4 V
14RF
+135 V ± 4 V
20V
+140 V ± 4 V
20RF
+140 V ± 4 V
Focusing
1. Connect the RF output of a video pattern generator to the
antenna input.
2. Input a circle or crosshatch test pattern to the television set.
3. Press the SMART PICTURE button on the remote control
transmitter repeatedly to choose NATURAL (or MOVIES)
picture mode.
4. Adjust the FOCUS potentiometer (see figure "Top view
family board") until the vertical lines near the left and right
sides of the screen, and near the horizontal center of the
screen, are at minimum width without visible haze.
8.3
Software Alignments and Settings
The following options are performed in the Service Default
Alignment Mode (SDAM). SDAM is described in the "Service
Modes, Error Codes and Fault Finding" section.
The following alignments are explained:
1. OPTIONS
2. TUNER
3. WHITE TONE
4. GEOMETRY
5. AUDIO
3. Press the MENU LEFT or MENU RIGHT key to enter the
OPTIONS sub menu.
4. In the OPTIONS sub menu, press the MENU UP/DOWN
keys to select 'OP 1' through 'OP 7'.
5. Use the number keys on the remote control transmitter to
enter a new value for the selected option byte. The value
must be entered as a three-digit value (for example, '4'
would be entered as '0 0 4').
6. The selected value must be between '0' and '255'.
7. When all desired changes to the option bytes are made,
press the MENU button to return to the top level SDAM
menu. This will save changes to the option byte settings.
8. To ensure the option byte changes take effect:
– Turn the television set 'off' by using the 'POWER'
button on the remote control transmitter or the local
keyboard.
– Disconnect the television set from AC power for at
least ten seconds.
– Reconnect the television set to AC power.
– Turn the television set 'on' by using the 'POWER'
button on the remote control transmitter or the local
keyboard.
Leaving the OPTION submenu saves the changes in the
Option Byte settings. Some changes will only take effect after
the set has been switched OFF and ON with the mains switch
(cold start).
How to Calculate the Value of an Option Byte
Calculate an Option Byte value (OP 1 .. OP 7) in the following
way:
1. Check the status of the single option bits (OB): are they
enabled (1) or disabled (0).
2. When an option bit is enabled (1), it represents a certain
value (see first column "value between brackets" in table
below). When an option bit is disabled, its value is 0.
3. The total value of an Option Byte is formed by the sum of
its eight option bits. See second table below for the correct
Option Bytes per type number.
Bi t
(val ue)
0 (1)
1 (2)
2 (4)
3 (8)
4 (16)
5 (32)
6 (64)
7 (128)
Total:
OP1
OP2
OP3
OP4
OP5
OP6
OP7
OB10
OB11
OB12
OB13
OB14
OB15
OB16
OB17
Sum
OB20
OB21
OB22
OB23
OB24
OB25
OB26
OB27
Sum
OB30
OB31
OB32
OB33
OB34
OB35
OB36
OB37
Sum
OB40
OB41
OB42
OB43
OB44
OB45
OB46
OB47
Sum
OB50
OB51
OB52
OB53
OB54
OB55
OB56
OB57
Sum
OB60
OB61
OB62
OB63
OB64
OB65
OB66
OB67
Sum
OB70
OB71
OB72
OB73
OB74
OB75
OB76
OB77
Sum
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8.3.1
OPTIONS
Figure 8-3 Option Byte calculation
Options are used to control the presence or absence of certain
features and hardware.
Note: Each option byte controls several features of the
television set; therefore, before changing option byte
information, it is important to record the current option byte
values. This ensures that the television features can be
restored to the original settings, if necessary.
How to Change an Option Byte
An Option Byte represents a number of different options.
Changing these bytes directly makes it possible to set all
options very fast. All options are controlled via seven option
bytes. Select the option byte (OP 1.. OP 7) with the MENU UP/
DOWN keys, and enter the new value.
1. Activate SDAM by pressing the following key sequence on
the remote control transmitter: 0 6 2 5 9 6 directly followed
by the MENU button (do not allow the display to time out
between entries while keying the sequence).
2. Use the MENU UP/DOWN keys to highlight the OPTIONS
sub menu.
Table 8-2 Options settings
Typenumber
OP1 OP2 OP3 OP4 OP5 OP6 OP7
13MT1431/17
01
215 67
20MT1331/17
01
215 67
160 192 201 64
14MS2331/17
01
215 67
161 192 201 64
20MS2331/17
01
215 67
161 192 201 64
160 192 201 64
Option Bit Assignment
Following are the option bit assignments for all L03 software
clusters.
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EN 43
Option bit description:
Option Byte
OP #
1
2
3
4
Option Bit Definition
Assignment
Bit = [0]
OBx0
CHINA or NTSC_ONLY
Tuning is not for China set or NTSC only set, or this Tuning is for China set or NTSC only set
option bit is not applicable
Bit = [1]
Default setting
OBx1
VIRGIN_MODE
Virgin mode is disabled or not applicable
OBx2
UK_PNP
UK's default Plug and Play setting is not available or UK's default Plug and Play setting is available. When LATAM & NAFTA: 0
not applicable
UK_PNP and VIRGIN_MODE are set to 1 at the
initial setup, LANGUAGE = ENGLISH, COUNTRY =
GREAT BRITAIN and after exiting from menu,
VIRGIN_MODE will be set automatically to 0 while
UK_PNP remains 1
OBx3
ACI
ACI feature is disabled or not applicable
ACI feature is enabled
LATAM & NAFTA: 0.
OBx4
ATS (EU), or
Feature is disabled or not applicable
FINE_TUNING (NAFTA), or
LANGUAGE_MALAY (AP)
Feature is enabled
LATAM & NAFTA: 0
OBx5
LNA
Auto Picture Booster is not available or not
applicable
Auto Picture Booster is available
LATAM & NAFTA: 0
OBx6
FM_RADIO
FM radio feature is disabled or not applicable
FM radio feature is enabled
LATAM & NAFTA: 0
OBx7
PHILIPS_TUNER
ALPS / MASCO compatible tuner is in use
Philips compatible tuner is in use
LATAM & NAFTA: 0
OBx0
HUE
Hue/Tint Level is disabled or not applicable
Hue/Tint Level is enabled
LATAM & NAFTA: 0
OBx1
COLOR_TEMP
Color Temperature is disabled or not applicable
Color Temperature is enabled
LATAM & NAFTA: 0
OBx2
CONTRAST_PLUS
Contrast+ is disabled or not applicable
Contrast+ is enabled
LATAM & NAFTA: 0
OBx3
TILT
Rotate Picture is disabled or not applicable
Rotate Picture is enabled
LATAM & NAFTA: 0
LATAM & NAFTA: 0 for
other sets, 1
Virgin mode is enabled. Plug and Play menu item will LATAM & NAFTA: 0
be displayed to perform installation at the initial
startup of the TV when VIRGIN_MODE is set to 1.
After installation is finished, this option bit will be
automatically set to 0
OBx4
NOISE_REDUCTION
Noise Reduction (NR) is disabled or not applicable
Noise Reduction (NR) is enabled
LATAM & NAFTA: 0
OBx5
CHANNEL_NAMING
Name FM Channel is disabled or not applicable
Name FM Channel is enabled
LATAM & NAFTA: 0.
(Note: Name FM
channel can be enabled
only when FM_RADIO=
1)
OBx6
SMART_PICTURE
Smart Picture is disabled or not applicable
Smart Picture is enabled
LATAM & NAFTA: 1
OBx7
SMART_SOUND
Smart Sound is disabled or not applicable
Smart Sound is enabled
LATAM & NAFTA: 0 for
mono sets, 1 for stereo
sets.
OBx0
AVL
AVL is disabled or not applicable
AVL is enabled
LATAM & NAFTA: 0
OBx1
WSSB or HOME_CINEMA
WSSB is disabled or not applicable
WSSB is enabled
LATAM & NAFTA: 0.
(Note: This option bit
can be set to 1 only
when WIDE_SCREEN=
1)
OBx2
WIDE_SCREEN
Software is used for 4:3 set or not applicable
Software is used for 16:9 set
LATAM & NAFTA: 0
OBx3
Virtual Dolby
OBx4
MSP34X5_VOL_CTRL
Not applicable
applicable
LATAM & NAFTA: 1
OBx5
COMPRESS_16_9
COMPRESS 16:9 selection is not applicable. Item
should not be in the FORMAT menu list
COMPRESS 16:9 selection is applicable. Item
should not be in the FORMAT menu list
LATAM & NAFTA: 0
OBx6
EXPAND_4_3
Expand 4:3 selection is not applicable. Item should
not be in the FORMAT menu list,
Expand 4:3 selection is applicable. Item should be in LATAM & NAFTA: 0
the FORMAT menu list
OBx7
EW_FUNCTION
EW function is disabled. In this case, only Expand
4:3 is allowed, Compress 16:9 is not applicable
EW function is enabled. In this case, both Expand
4:3 and Compress 16:9 are applicable.
LATAM & NAFTA: 0
OBx0
STEREO_NON_DBX
For AP_NTSC, chip TDA 9853 is not present
For AP_NTSC, chip TDA 9853 is present
LATAM & NAFTA: 0 for
mono sets, 1 for stereo
sets.
LATAM & NAFTA: 1
OBx1
STEREO_DBX
For AP_NTSC, chip MSP 3445 is not present
For AP_NTSC, chip MSP 3445 is present
LATAM & NAFTA: 0
OBx2
STEREO_PB or
KOREAN_2CS
For AP_PAL, chip MSP3465 is not present
For AP_PAL, chip MSP3465 is present
LATAM & NAFTA: 0
OBx3
STEREO_NICAM_2CS
For EU and AP_PAL, chip MSP 3415 is not present For EU and AP_PAL, chip MSP 3415 is present
LATAM & NAFTA: 0
OBx4
DELTA_VOLUME
Delta Volume Level is disabled or not applicable
Delta Volume Level is enabled
LATAM & NAFTA: 0
OBx5
ULTRA_BASS
Ultra Bass is disabled or not applicable
Ultra Bass is enabled
LATAM & NAFTA: 0 for
mono sets, 1 for stereo
sets
OBx6
VOLUME_LIMITER
Volume Limiter Level is disabled or not applicable
Volume Limiter Level is enabled
LATAM & NAFTA: 0
OBx7
INCR_SUR
Incredible Surround feature is disabled
Incredible Surround feature is enabled
LATAM & NAFTA: 0 for
mono sets, 1 for stereo
sets.
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Option Byte
OP #
5
6
7
Alignments
Option Bit Definition
Assignment
Bit = [0]
Bit = [1]
Default setting
OBx0
PIP or CLOCK
Feature is disabled or not applicable
Feature is enabled
LATAM & NAFTA: 0
OBx1
HOTEL_MODE
Hotel mode is disabled or not applicable
Hotel mode is enabled
LATAM & NAFTA: 0 for
stereo sets, 1 for mono
sets.
OBx2
SVHS
SVHS source is not available
SVHS source is available
LATAM & NAFTA: 0.
(Note: This option bit is
not applicable for EU)
OBx3
CVI
CVI source is not available
CVI source is available
OBx4
AV3
Side/Front AV3 source is not present
Side/Front AV3 source is present
LATAM & NAFTA: 0.
OBx5
AV2
AV2 source is not present
AV2 source is present
LATAM & NAFTA: 0.
(Note: For EU, when
AV2=1, both EXT2 and
SVHS2 should be
included in the OSD
loop)
OBx6
AV1
AV1 source is not present
AV1 source is present
LATAM & NAFTA: 0
OBx7
NTSC_PLAYBACK
NTSC playback feature is not available
NTSC playback feature is available
LATAM & NAFTA: 0
OBx0
BASS_TREBLE
Feature is not available
Feature is available
LATAM & NAFTA: 0 for
mono sets, 1 for stereo
sets
OBx1
SMART_TEXT
Smart Text Mode and Favorite Page are disabled or Smart Text Mode and Favorite Page are enabled
not applicable
LATAM & NAFTA: 1
OBx2
SMART_LOCK
Child Lock and Lock Channel are disabled or not
applicable for EU
Child Lock and Lock Channel are enabled for EU
LATAM & NAFTA: 1
OBx3
VCHIP (LATAM & NAFTA & Feature is disabled
NAFTA) / TXT_1PG (EU)
Feature is enabled
LATAM & NAFTA: 1
OBx4
WAKEUP_CLOCK
Wake up clock feature is disabled or not applicable
Wake up clock feature is enabled
LATAM & NAFTA: 1
OBx5
SMART_CLOCK
Smart Clock Using Teletext and Smart Clock Using
PBS is disabled or not applicable
Smart Clock Using Teletext and Smart Clock Using
PBS is enabled. For NAFTA, menu item
AUTOCHRON is present in the INSTALL submenu
LATAM & NAFTA: 0
OBx6
SMART_SURF
Smart Surf feature is disabled or not applicable
Smart Surf feature is enabled
LATAM & NAFTA: 1
OBx7
PERSONAL_ZAPPING
Personal Zapping feature is disabled or not
applicable
Personal Zapping feature is enabled
LATAM & NAFTA: 0
OBx0
SYSTEM_LT_1 and
SYSTEM_LT_2
These two option bits are allocated for LATAM
system selection.
(00: NTSC-M ; 01: NTSC-M, PAL-M ; 10: NTSC-M,
PAL-M, and PAL-N ; 11: NTSC-M, PAL-M, PAL-N,
and PAL-BG)
LATAM & NAFTA: 0
OBx2
SOUND_SYSTEM_AP
OB70,OB71,OB72;These three option bits are
allocated for AP_PAL sound system selection.
(000: BG ; 001: BG / DK ; 010: I / DK ; 011: BG / I /
DK ; 100: BG / I / DK / M)
LATAM & NAFTA: 0
OBx3
COLOR_SYSTEM_AP
(This option bit is allocated
for AP-PAL color system
selection)
Auto, PAL 4.43, NTSC 4.43, and NTSC 3.58
Auto, PAL 4.43, NTSC 4.43, NTSC 3.58, and
SECAM
OBx4
SIGNAL_STRENGTH /
DVD WAKEUP TIMER
(DVD COMBI),
3D_COMBFILTER
(NAFTA)
LATAM & NAFTA: 1
OBx5
LNA_PP (for L01 AP
cluster), VOICE_CONTROL
LATAM & NAFTA: 0
OBx6
ACTIVE_CONTROL
OBx7
TIME_WIN1
The time window is set t 1.2 s.
OBx0
MALAY_TEXT
disable
enable
LATAM & NAFTA: 1
OBx1
HINDI
disable
enable
LATAM & NAFTA: 1
OBx2
HANGUL
disable
enable
LATAM & NAFTA: 0
OBx3
THAI
disable
enable
LATAM & NAFTA: 0
OBx4
AENGLISH
disable
enable
LATAM & NAFTA: 0
OBx1
8
LATAM & NAFTA: 0
LATAM & NAFTA: 0
LATAM & NAFTA: 1
The time window is set to 2 s
LATAM & NAFTA: 0
(Note: The time-out for
all digit entries depends
on this setting)
OBx5
ARABIC
disable
enable
LATAM & NAFTA: 0
OBx6
CHINESE_TRAD
disable
enable
LATAM & NAFTA: 0
OBx7
CHINESE_SIMP_TEXT
disable
enable
LATAM & NAFTA: 0
Alignments
8.3.2
IFPLL
This adjustment is auto-aligned. Therefore, no action is
required (default= "30").
AGC (AGC take over point)
1. Connect the RF output of a video pattern generator to the
antenna input.
2. Input a color bar test pattern to the television set.
3. Set the amplitude of the video pattern generator to 10 mV
and set the frequency to 475.25 MHz (PAL/SECAM) or
61.25 MHz (NTSC).
4. Connect a DC multimeter to pin 1 of the tuner (item 1000
on the main chassis).
5. Activate SDAM by pressing the following key sequence on
the remote control transmitter: 0 6 2 5 9 6 directly followed
by the MENU button (do not allow the display to time out
between entries while keying the sequence).
6. Use the MENU UP/DOWN keys to highlight the TUNER
sub menu.
7. Press the MENU LEFT/RIGHT keys to enter the TUNER
sub menu.
8. Use the MENU UP/DOWN keys to select AGC.
9. Use the MENU LEFT/RIGHT keys to adjust the AGC value
(default value is "32") until the DC-voltage at pin 1 of the
tuner lies is 3.3 V.
10. Press the MENU button to return to the top level SDAM
menu.
11. To ensure the AGC change takes effect:
– Turn the television set 'off' by using the 'POWER'
button on the remote control transmitter or the local
keyboard.
– Disconnect the television set from AC power for at
least ten seconds.
– Reconnect the television set to AC power.
– Turn the television set 'on' by using the 'POWER'
button on the remote control transmitter or the local
keyboard.
SL (Slicing Level)
This adjustment sets the sync slicing level for non-standard
signals. You must turn it 'on' to have no picture instability in
premium decoded cable channels.
• OFF: slicing level dependent on noise level.
• ON: fixed slicing level of 70 %.
To adjust SL:
1. Activate SDAM by pressing the following key sequence on
the remote control transmitter: 0 6 2 5 9 6 directly followed
by the MENU button (do not allow the display to time out
between entries while keying the sequence).
2. Use the MENU UP/DOWN keys to highlight the TUNER
sub menu.
3. Press the MENU LEFT/RIGHT keys to enter the TUNER
sub menu.
4. Use the MENU UP/DOWN keys to select SL.
5. Use the MENU LEFT/RIGHT keys to toggle SL 'Off' and
'On'.
6. Press the MENU button to return to the top level SDAM
menu.
7. To ensure the SL setting is saved:
– Turn the television set 'off' by using the 'POWER'
button on the remote control transmitter or the local
keyboard.
– Disconnect the television set from AC power for at
least ten seconds.
– Reconnect the television set to AC power.
– Turn the television set 'on' by using the 'POWER'
button on the remote control transmitter or the local
keyboard.
8.
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CL (Cathode Drive Level)
Fixed value is "7".
TUNER
Note: Described alignments are only necessary when the NVM
(part reference number 7641) is replaced.
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8.3.3
WHITE TONE
The values of the 'black cut-off level' can be adjusted in the
'WHITE TONE' sub menu.
Normally, no alignment is needed for 'WHITE TONE', and the
given default values are used.
Default settings for NORMAL (color temperature= 11500 K):
NORMAL RED = 22
NORMAL GREEN = 21
NORMAL BLUE = 26
To adjust NORMAL RED, NORMAL GREEN, and NORMAL
BLUE:
1. Connect the RF output of a video pattern generator (e.g.
PM5418) to the antenna input.
2. Set the amplitude of the video pattern generator to at least
1 mV and set the frequency to 475.25 MHz (PAL/SECAM)
or 61.25 MHz (NTSC).
3. Input a "100 IRE white" pattern to the television set.
4. Activate SDAM by pressing the following key sequence on
the remote control transmitter: 0 6 2 5 9 6 directly followed
by the MENU button (do not allow the display to time out
between entries while keying the sequence).
5. Use the MENU UP/DOWN keys to highlight the WHITE
TONE sub menu.
6. Press the MENU LEFT/RIGHT keys to enter the WHITE
TONE sub menu.
7. Use the MENU UP/DOWN keys to select NORMAL RED,
NORMAL GREEN, or NORMAL BLUE.
8. Set the Minolta CA100 color analyzer (or equivalent) in
RGB mode, and set all color temperature settings to their
default values.
9. Place the color sensor of the meter in the middle of the
screen.
10. Set the meter in "T-dUV-Y" mode, and set CONTRAST to
make the light output "Y" on the meter 90 nit ± 15%
11. Use the MENU LEFT/RIGHT keys to adjust the value of
NORMAL GREEN and/or NORMAL BLUE.
12. When all desired changes to the WHITE TONE sub menu
values are made, press the MENU button to return to the
top level SDAM menu.
13. To ensure the WHITE TONE settings are saved:
– Turn the television set 'off' by using the 'POWER'
button on the remote control transmitter or the local
keyboard.
– Disconnect the television set from AC power for at
least ten seconds.
– Reconnect the television set to AC power.
– Turn the television set 'on' by using the 'POWER'
button on the remote control transmitter or the local
keyboard.
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8.3.4
8.
L03.2U AA
Alignments
GEOMETRY
Introduction
The geometry alignment menu contains several items for
correct picture geometry alignment.
1
VERT. SLOPE
2
VERT. SHIFT
3
VERT. AMPLITUDE
4
V.S-CORRECTION
5
HOR. SHIFT
6
HOR. AMPLITUDE
7
E/W PARABOLE
8
UPPER E/W CORNER
9
LOWER E/W CORNER
10
E/W TRAPEZIUM
11
HOR. PARALLELOGRAM
12
HOR. BOW
CL 16532044_022.eps
140501
Figure 8-4 Geometry alignments
1. Connect the RF output of a video pattern generator to the
antenna input.
2. Input a crosshatch test pattern to the television set.
3. Set the amplitude of the video pattern generator to at least
1 mV and set the frequency to 475.25 MHz (PAL/SECAM)
or 61.25 MHz (NTSC).
4. Press the SMART PICTURE button on the remote control
transmitter repeatedly to choose PERSONAL or MOVIES
picture mode.
5. Activate SDAM by pressing the following key sequence on
the remote control transmitter: 0 6 2 5 9 6 directly followed
by the MENU button (do not allow the display to time out
between entries while keying the sequence).
6. Use the MENU UP/DOWN keys to highlight the
GEOMETRY sub menu.
7. Press the MENU LEFT/RIGHT keys to enter the
GEOMETRY sub menu.
8. Use the MENU UP/DOWN keys to highlight either the
HORIZONTAL sub menu or the VERTICAL sub menu.
9. Press the MENU LEFT/RIGHT keys to enter either the
HORIZONTAL sub menu or the VERTICAL sub menu.
10. Use the MENU UP/DOWN keys to select items in the
HORIZONTAL sub menu or the VERTICAL sub menu.
11. Use the MENU LEFT/RIGHT keys to adjust the values of
items in the HORIZONTAL and VERTICAL sub menus.
12. When all desired changes to the HORIZONTAL and
VERTICAL sub menu values are made, press the MENU
button twice to return to the top level SDAM menu.
13. To ensure the GEOMETRY settings are saved:
– Turn the television set 'off' by using the 'POWER'
button on the remote control transmitter or the local
keyboard.
– Disconnect the television set from AC power for at
least ten seconds.
– Reconnect the television set to AC power.
– Turn the television set 'on' by using the 'POWER'
button on the remote control transmitter or the local
keyboard.
The following alignments can be performed in the GEOMETRY
sub menu:
Horizontal Alignments:
• Horizontal Shift (HSH). Select Horizontal Shift to canter the
picture on the screen.
• Picture Width (PW). Aligns the width of the picture.
Vertical Alignments:
• Vertical slope (VSL). Aligns the picture so the proportions
are the same at the top and bottom of the screen. This
alignment must be performed first, before all other vertical
alignments. Turning SBL, 'on' will assist in performing this
alignment.
• Vertical Amplitude (VAM). Aligns the height of the picture
(other vertical alignments are NOT compensated).
• Vertical S-Correction (VSC). Aligns the vertical linearity, so
that the vertical intervals of the grid-patterns are the same
over the entire height of the screen.
• Vertical Shift (VSH). Aligns the vertical center of the picture
to the vertical center of the CRT. After performing this
alignment, it may be necessary to perform the VAM
alignment again.
• Service blanking (SBL). Turns the blanking of the lower half
of the screen 'on' or 'off' (to be used in combination with the
vertical slope alignment).
Methods of Adjustment
Vertical Amplitude and Position
1. Select SERVICE BLANKING (SBL) and set it to 1. The
lower half of the picture will be blanked.
2. Press the MENU UP/DOWN buttons to select VERTICAL
SLOPE (VSL).
3. Align VSL to start the blanking exactly at the horizontal
white line at the canter of the test circle (align the bottom of
the screen so that castellations just disappear).
4. Press the MENU UP/DOWN buttons to select SBL and set
it back to 0. The full picture reappears.
5. Select VERTICAL AMPLITUDE (VAM) and align the
picture height to approximately 13.0 - 13.1 blocks (align the
top of the screen so that castellations just disappear).
6. Select VERTICAL SHIFT (VSH) and align for vertical
centering of the picture on the screen.
7. Repeat the last two steps if necessary.
Horizontal Phase
1. Set PW to "0".
2. Select Horizontal Shift (HSH) to center the picture on the
screen.
Horizontal and Vertical Shift Offset for NTSC (TRINOMA and
PAL chassis)
1. Align the set for VSH and HSH (according to above
mentioned procedures) with a PAL system signal.
2. Change the signal to NTSC system and adjust
HORIZONTAL SHIFT OFFSET (H60) and VERTICAL
SHIFT OFFSET (V60) to center the picture on the screen.
3. Repeat if necessary.
Alignments
8.3.5
The table below lists the default GEOMETRY values for the
different television sets.
–
Table 8-3 Default geometry values
–
Alignment Description
13V
14RF 20V
20RF
PW 31
Picture Width
-
-
-
-
HSH
Horizontal Shift
35
35
35
35
VSL
Vertical Slope
35
35
35
35
VAM
Vertical Amplitude 26
26
26
26
VSC
Vertical S orrection 23
23
23
23
VSH
Vertical Shift
35
35
35
35
AUDIO
Necessary measuring equipment:
• MTS (Multi-channel Television Sound) generator (e.g.
Fluke 54200).
• AC millivolt meter.
ILA (Input Level Alignment)
1. Activate SDAM by pressing the following key sequence on
the remote control transmitter: 0 6 2 5 9 6 directly followed
by the MENU button (do not allow the display to time out
between entries while keying the sequence).
2. Use the MENU UP/DOWN keys to highlight the AUDIO sub
menu.
3. Press the MENU LEFT/RIGHT keys to enter the AUDIO
sub menu.
4. Use the MENU UP/DOWN keys to select ILA.
5. Apply a BTSC sound signal with a signal strength of 60
dBuV (1 mV_rms) to the aerial input. Measure the output
on pin 16 (Main_outL) of IC7861 with an AC millivoltmeter
via a Low Pass Filter (R= 10 kohm, C= 1.5 nF, measure on
the capacitor).
6. Use the MENU LEFT/RIGHT keys to adjust the meter
reading to 106 mV_rms ± 2 mV_rms (default ILA value is
"31").
7. Press the MENU button to return to the top level SDAM
menu.
8. To ensure the ILA setting is saved:
– Turn the television set 'off' by using the 'POWER'
button on the remote control transmitter or the local
keyboard.
– Disconnect the television set from AC power for at
least ten seconds.
– Reconnect the television set to AC power.
– Turn the television set 'on' by using the 'POWER'
button on the remote control transmitter or the local
keyboard.
LSA (Low Separation Alignment)
1. Activate SDAM by pressing the following key sequence on
the remote control transmitter: 0 6 2 5 9 6 directly followed
by the MENU button (do not allow the display to time out
between entries while keying the sequence).
2. Use the MENU UP/DOWN keys to highlight the AUDIO sub
menu.
3. Press the MENU LEFT/RIGHT keys to enter the AUDIO
sub menu.
4. Use the MENU UP/DOWN keys to select LSA.
5. Apply a 300 Hz BTSC sound signal with a signal strength
of 60 dBuV (1 mV_rms) to the aerial input (only the left
channel of the stereo signal). Measure the output on pin 22
(R_OUT) of IC7841 with an AC millivoltmeter.
6. Use the MENU LEFT/RIGHT keys to adjust the meter
reading to a minimum value (default LSA value is "7" for
stereo sets, and "0" for mono sets).
7. Press the MENU button to return to the top level SDAM
menu.
8. To ensure the LSA setting is saved:
–
–
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Turn the television set 'off' by using the 'POWER'
button on the remote control transmitter or the local
keyboard.
Disconnect the television set from AC power for at
least ten seconds.
Reconnect the television set to AC power.
Turn the television set 'on' by using the 'POWER'
button on the remote control transmitter or the local
keyboard.
HSA (High Separation Alignment)
1. Activate SDAM by pressing the following key sequence on
the remote control transmitter: 0 6 2 5 9 6 directly followed
by the MENU button (do not allow the display to time out
between entries while keying the sequence).
2. Use the MENU UP/DOWN keys to highlight the AUDIO sub
menu.
3. Press the MENU LEFT/RIGHT keys to enter the AUDIO
sub menu.
4. Use the MENU UP/DOWN keys to select HSA.
5. Apply a 3 kHz BTSC sound signal with a signal strength of
60 dBuV (1 mV_rms) to the aerial input (only the left
channel of the stereo signal). Measure the output on pin 22
(R_OUT) of IC7841 with an AC millivoltmeter.
6. Use the MENU LEFT/RIGHT keys to adjust the meter
reading to a minimum value (default HSA value is "31").
7. Press the MENU button to return to the top level SDAM
menu.
8. To ensure the HSA setting is saved:
– Turn the television set 'off' by using the 'POWER'
button on the remote control transmitter or the local
keyboard.
– Disconnect the television set from AC power for at
least ten seconds.
– Reconnect the television set to AC power.
– Turn the television set 'on' by using the 'POWER'
button on the remote control transmitter or the local
keyboard.
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9.
L03.2U AA
Circuit Descriptions, List of Abbreviations, and IC Data Sheets
9. Circuit Descriptions, List of Abbreviations, and IC Data Sheets
Index of this chapter:
1. Introduction.
2. Source Selection.
3. Audio.
4. Video.
5. Synchronization.
6. Deflection.
7. Power Supply.
8. Control.
9. Abbreviations.
10. IC Data Sheets.
Notes:
• Only new circuits (compared to the L01.2 chassis) are
described in this chapter. For the other circuit descriptions,
see the manual of the L01.2L AA. This manual is available
in different languages:
– 3122 785 11800 = Spanish.
– 3122 785 11820 = Portuguese.
• Figures can deviate slightly from the actual situation, due
to different set executions.
• For a good understanding of the following circuit
descriptions, please use the block diagram in chapter 6,
and/or the electrical diagrams in chapter 7. Where
necessary, you will find a separate drawing for clarification.
9.1
9.2
The Source Select is divided mainly into two types, the "Mono
Source Select" and the "Stereo Source Select".
• The Mono Source Select, both audio and video, will be
done entirely by the UOC and will only be able to select one
external audio source.
• As for the Stereo Source Select, the Panasonic IC, which
is for BTSC decoding also, has 2 audio source inputs used
for source selection, whereas the UOC will take care of the
video selection.
9.2.1
9.2.2
Video Source Selection
The video switching is similar to the section above.
Audio Source Selection
The audio input (L1_IN) is connected to pin 35 of the UOC.
9.3
The chassis uses a Switching Mode Power Supply (SMPS) for
the main voltage source. The chassis has a 'hot' ground
reference on the primary side and a cold ground reference on
the secondary side of the power supply and the rest of the
chassis.
Audio
This chassis is targeted for the NAFTA market with Mono,
Stereo, or SAP sound system.
For the "basic" Mono and Stereo sets, sound processing
includes Volume control and AVL.
For stereo sets, IC TDA9853H is the BTSC audio signal
decoder and audio processing..
9.3.1
Processing
This chassis uses the Intercarrier demodulation concept (one
SAW filter for both video and audio). The base band (full
bandwidth) BTSC audio signal from the UOC is fed to pin 14 of
the stereo decoder. The Pilot detection and SAP detection
registers indicate the type of transmitted audio signal such as
Mono, Stereo, and/or SAP. Based on this indication, the
software controls will help to output the appropriate audio
signal at pins 21 and 22. The controls are done by the I2C bus
connected to pins 18 and 19.
Internal or External audio (pins 2, 3, 23, and 24) can also be
selected by the source selection register. For the selected
audio source, the AGC function can be applied. The output is a
fixed level output. The volume control function is available via
the power amplifier (AN7522/23).
The L03 can be divided into two basic systems, i.e. mono and
stereo sound. While the audio processing for the mono sound
is done in the audio block of the UOC, external audio
processing ICs are used for stereo sets.
The tuning system features 181 channels with on-screen
display. The main tuning system uses a tuner, a
microcomputer, and a memory IC mounted on the main panel.
The microcomputer communicates with the memory IC, the
customer keyboard, remote receiver, 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 on-screen graphics and closed caption decoding are done
within the microprocessor where they are added to the main
signal.
Switching Function for Mono I/O
For the Mono configuration, only one input pin is available for
the UOC.
The standard architecture consists of a Main panel (called
"family board") and a Picture Tube panel. The Main panel
consists primarily of conventional components with some
surface mounted devices in the audio and video processing
part.
The functions for video processing, microprocessor (P), and
CC/Teletext (TXT) decoder are combined in one IC (TDA937x),
the so-called Ultimate One Chip (UOC). This chip is mounted
on the component side of the main panel.
Switching Function for Stereo I/O
Audio / Video Source Selection
The video source selection is done by the UOC. The video
setting for LATAM / NAFTA is rather straightforward: a socalled "WYSIWYG" (what you see on the screen, is what you
get from the video ouput).
There is only a front input available therefore the source
selection is basically limited to the UOC.
Introduction
The "L03"' chassis is a global TV chassis for the model year
2003 and is used for TV sets with screen sizes from 14 inch to
21 inch, in Super Flat and Real Flat executions. In comparison
to its predecessor (the "L01"), this chassis is further simplified:
it contains economized executions of the power supply, the
video processing (microprocessor), and the audio processing.
Due to a cost down action this chassis has some more
simplified circuitry like the audio processing and some parts are
fully omitted like top-control.
Source Selection
9.3.2
Amplifier
The output is fed to the audio amplifier (IC7901 for stereo sets
or IC7902 for mono sets). This is a BTL amplifier (Bridge Tied
Load), which is actually a class AB amplifier with four
transistors for each channel. The advantage of BTL over the
standard Class AB amplifier is that it requires a lower supply
voltage to deliver a higher output.
Circuit Descriptions, List of Abbreviations, and IC Data Sheets
9.6
AVL (Automatic Volume Limiting)
The "Stereo AVL" function operates via the AGC control of IC
TDA9853H. During channel change and source selection, the
AGC function is to be switched "off" and then can resume to the
previous state ("on/off") as shown in timing diagram below.
Volume Ctrl Voltage
9.7
50 msecs
Mono: AVL_ On/Off
Stereo: AGC_On/Off
channel / source
change active
CL 36532044_038.eps
170603
Figure 9-1 AVL timing diagram
9.7.1
Note:
1. MUTE mentioned above applies for the audio amplifier
mute (= PWM volume control mute).
2. The first condition does not apply for the UOC, IC
TDA9853H.
3. Above conditions refers to both mono and stereo sets.
Video
For a detailed circuit description of this part, we refer to the
L01.2L AA manual (see the beginning of this chapter for the
ordering codes). Please note that there can be minor
differences in the text (e.g. other item numbers), but the
described circuit principle is comparable.
This chassis uses the TDA937x family Ultimate One Chip TV
processor (UOC), which is mounted in an SDIP 64 envelope.
The various versions of the UOC series combine the function
of a video processor together with a microcontroller and US
Closed Caption/TXT decoder.
9.5
Synchronization
Inside IC7200 (part D) the vertical and horizontal sync pulses
are separated. These "H" and "V" signals are synchronized
Introduction
The supply is a Switching Mode Power Supply (SMPS). The
frequency of operation varies with the circuit load. This 'QuasiResonant Flyback' behavior has some important benefits
compared to a 'hard switching' fixed frequency Flyback
converter. The efficiency can be improved up to 90%, which
results in lower power consumption. Moreover, the supply runs
cooler and safety is enhanced.
The control IC in this power supply is the TEA1506 (L01=
TEA1507). Unlike the TEA1507 control IC, the TEA1506 has
no internal high voltage start-up source, and therefore needs to
be started by means of an external bleeder resistor (R3506 and
R3507). The operating voltage for the driver circuit is also taken
from the 'hot' side of this transformer.
The switching regulator IC 7520 starts switching the FET 'on'
and 'off', to control the current flow through the primary winding
of transformer 5520. The energy stored in the primary winding
during the 'on' time is delivered to the secondary windings
during the 'off' time.
The "MainSupply" line is the reference voltage for the power
supply. It is sampled by resistors 3543 and 3544 and fed to the
input of the regulator 7540 / 6540. This regulator drives the
feedback optocoupler 7515 to set the feedback control voltage
on pin 6 of 7520.
The power supply in the set is "on" any time AC power is
connected to the set.
Mute
The TV set must mute:
• Whenever a "User Mute" is activated.
• Whenever there is a channel change, RF to RF, RF to AV,
AV to RF, and AV to AV (if any). In channel change, MUTE
must be activated first before any other activity and unMUTE must be done after every other activity has been
completed.
• Whenever there is a loss in the signal.
• During cold or warm start, MUTE must be activated until all
initialization processes are finished.
• When the set is going to STANDBY, MUTE must be
activated first before any other activities.
9.4
Power Supply
For a detailed circuit description of this part, we refer to the
L01.2L AA manual (see the beginning of this chapter for the
ordering codes). Please note that there can be minor
differences in the text (e.g. other item numbers), but the
described circuit principle is comparable.
150 msecs
50 msecs
9.3.4
Deflection
The L03 range consists of TV sets spanning from 14 to 21 inch
using the same chassis architecture. For the chassis
architecture, the CRTs used do not need East/West Correction.
Therefore the geometry correction needed is horizontal shift,
vertical slope, vertical amplitude, vertical S-correction, vertical
shift and vertical zoom for geometry corrections (with the
appropriate offsets required for NTSC channels on PAL sets).
user press
Ch+ / Ch- or
change
source
200 msecs
EN 49
For a detailed circuit description of this part, we refer to the
L01.2L AA manual (see the beginning of this chapter for the
ordering codes). Please note that there can be minor
differences in the text (e.g. other item numbers), but the
described circuit principle is comparable.
The "Mono AVL" function operates via the UOC. During
channel change and source selection, the AVL bit is to be
switched "off" and then can resume to the previous state ("on/
off") as shown in the timing diagram below.
Mu te/Volume
9.
with the incoming CVBS signal. They are then fed to the H- and
V-drive circuits and to the OSD/TXT circuit for synchronization
of the On Screen Display and Teletext (CC) information.
The volume level is controlled at this IC (pin 9) by the
"VOLUME" control line coming from the microprocessor. After
amplification, the audio signal is send to the speaker /
headphone output connector.
9.3.3
L03.2U AA
9.7.2
Derived Voltages
The voltages supplied by the secondary windings of T5520 are:
• "MainSupply" for the horizontal output.
• "V_aux/V_audio" for the audio circuit.
• An optional "DVD_Supply" for future extensions.
Other voltages are provided by the LOT. It supplies -12 V, the
tuner voltage, the filament voltage, and the +160 V source for
the video drive. These secondary voltages of the LOT are
monitored by the "EHT" lines.
EN 50
9.8
9.
L03.2U AA
Circuit Descriptions, List of Abbreviations, and IC Data Sheets
Control
This is of logic "high" (3.3 V) under normal operation of the TV.
When the TV set is in Standby (or fault) condition, this signal is
a continuous pulse of 5 ms "low" (0 V) and 5 ms "high".
Note: In the L01 chassis this was inverted.
The microprocessor part of the UOC has the complete control
and CC/Teletext processing on board. The User menu's and
Service Default / Alignment Mode's are generated by the uP.
Communication to other ICs is done via the I2C-bus.
9.8.1
+3V3
I2C-Bus
AC INPUT
The main control system, which consists of the microprocessor
part of the UOC (7200), is linked to the external devices (Tuner,
NVM, Audio ICs, etc) by means of the I2C-bus. An internal I2Cbus is used to control other signal processing functions, like
video processing, sound IF, vision IF, synchronization, etc.
POWER SUPPLY
BLOCK WITH
TEA 1506
CONTROL IC
Std_Con
UOC
PW_ADJ
CL 36532044_039.eps
180603
Figure 9-2 Block diagram of power supply interface with UOC
9.8.2
User Interface
The chassis uses a remote control with RC5 protocol. The
incoming signal is connected to pin 67 of the UOC.
The keyboard, connected to UOC pin 8, can also control the
set. Button recognition is done via a voltage divider.
The front LED (6691) is connected to an output control line of
the microprocessor (pin 11). It is activated to provide the user
information about whether or not the set is working correctly
(e.g., responding to the remote control, normal operation (USA
only) or fault condition)
9.8.3
I/O Selection
For the control of the input and output selections, there are
three lines:
STATUS1
This signal provides information to the microprocessor on
whether a video signal is available on the SCART1 AV input
and output port (only for Europe). This signal is not connected
in LATAM/NAFTA sets.
STATUS2
This signal provides information to the microprocessor on
whether a video signal is available on the SCART2 AV input
and output port (only for Europe).
For sets with an SVHS input it provides the additional
information if a Y/C or CVBS source is present.
The presence of an external Y/C source makes this line 'high'
while a CVBS source makes the line 'low'.
SEL_AV1_AV2
This is the source select control signal from the
microprocessor. This control line is under user control or can
be activated by the other two control lines.
9.8.4
Power Supply Control
The Power Supply is interfaced with the microcontroller (UOC)
to provide the power supply with the control signals required for
burst mode operation in standby and to vary the picture width
by adjusting V_BAT.
The microprocessor part is supplied with 3.3 V and 8 V. The 3.3
V is derived from the "V_aux/V_audio" voltage via a 3V3
stabilizer (7493). The 8 V is derived from the 33V tuner voltage
via TS7491 and TS7496.
Two signals are used to control the power supply: STD_CON
and PW_ADJ.
STD_CON
This signal is generated by the microprocessor when overcurrent takes place at the "Main" line. This is done to enable the
power supply into standby burst mode, and to enable this mode
during a protection.
PW_ADJ
This signal is generated by the UOC through a PWM port. This
PWM port is configured in Push Pull mode to generate a square
wave signal of 0 to 100% duty cycle with a default value of 50%
duty cycle.
PW_ADJ will eliminate tolerance and can adjust the picture
wide slightly.
9.8.5
Protection Events
Several protection events are controlled by the UOC. In case
one of these protections is activated, the set will go to
"Standby" mode.
Deflection protections
The main protections for deflection are X-ray protection, frame
amplifier failure detection, black current loop stability
protection, and +8V auxiliary supply protection. For X-ray
protection, the X-ray detection bit, XDT, must always be set to
"1" (detection mode). High EHT protection must be triggered
via software upon detection of the XPR bit switching to "1".
A suitable number of checks are done before putting the set
into protection mode in order to prevent false triggering.
For service requirements, the Enable Vertical Guard (RGB
blanking), EVG, can be disabled (set to "0") although this is not
necessary.
The following bits are monitored:
• SUP (Supply voltage indication)
• XPR (X-ray protection)
• EVG (Enable Vertical Guard)
• NDF (Output Vertical Guard)
• BCF (Black Current Failure)
I2C protection
To check whether all I2C IC's are functioning.
Circuit Descriptions, List of Abbreviations, and IC Data Sheets
9.9
Abbreviation list
2CS
ACI
ADC
AFC
AFT
AGC
AM
AP
AR
ATS
AV
AVL
BCL
B/G
BTSC
CC
ComPair
CRT
CSM
CTI
CVBS
CVI
DAC
DBX
D/K
DFU
DNR
DSP
DST
DVD
EEPROM
EHT
EHT-INFO
EPG
EU
EW
EXT
FBL
FILAMENT
FM
H
HP
I
I2C
IF
IIC
ITV
LATAM
2 Carrier (or Channel) Stereo
Automatic Channel Installation:
algorithm that installs TV sets directly
from cable network by means of a
predefined TXT page
Analogue to Digital Converter
Automatic Frequency Control: control
signal used to tune to the correct
frequency
Automatic Fine Tuning
Automatic Gain Control: algorithm that
controls the video input of the feature
box
Amplitude Modulation
Asia Pacific
Aspect Ratio: 4 by 3 or 16 by 9
Automatic Tuning System
External Audio Video
Automatic Volume Leveler
Beam Current Limitation
Monochrome TV system. Sound
carrier distance is 5.5 MHz
Broadcast Television Standard
Committee. Multiplex FM stereo sound
system, originating from the USA and
used e.g. in LATAM and AP-NTSC
countries
Closed Caption
Computer aided rePair
Cathode Ray Tube or picture tube
Customer Service Mode
Color Transient Improvement:
manipulates steepness of chroma
transients
Composite Video Blanking and
Synchronization
Component Video Input
Digital to Analogue Converter
Dynamic Bass Expander or noise
reduction system in BTSC
Monochrome TV system. Sound
carrier distance is 6.5 MHz
Direction For Use: description for the
end user
Dynamic Noise Reduction
Digital Signal Processing
Dealer Service Tool: special remote
control designed for dealers to enter
e.g. service mode
Digital Versatile Disc
Electrically Erasable and
Programmable Read Only Memory
Extra High Tension
Extra High Tension information
Electronic Programming Guide
Europe
East West, related to horizontal
deflection of the set
External (source), entering the set via
SCART or Cinch
Fast Blanking: DC signal
accompanying RGB signals
Filament of CRT
Field Memory or Frequency
Modulation
Horizontal sync signal
Headphone
Monochrome TV system. Sound
carrier distance is 6.0 MHz
Integrated IC bus
Intermediate Frequency
Integrated IC bus
LED
L/L'
LS
M/N
NC
NICAM
NTSC
NVM
OB
OC
OP
OSD
PAL
PCB
PLL
POR
PTP
RAM
RC
RGB
ROM
SDAM
SAP
SC
S/C
SCL
SDA
SECAM
SIF
SS
STBY
SVHS
SW
THD
TXT
uP
UOC
V
V_BAT
V-chip
VCR
WYSIWYR
XTAL
YC
L03.2U AA
9.
EN 51
Institutional TV
Latin American countries like Brazil,
Argentina, etc.
Light Emitting Diode
Monochrome TV system. Sound
carrier distance is 6.5 MHz. L' is Band
I, L is all bands except for Band I
Large Screen or Loudspeaker
Monochrome TV system. Sound
carrier distance is 4.5 MHz
Not Connected
Near Instantaneous Compounded
Audio Multiplexing. This is a digital
sound system, mainly used in Europe.
National Television Standard
Committee. Color system mainly used
in North America and Japan. Color
carrier NTSC M/N = 3.579545 MHz,
NTSC 4.43 = 4.433619 MHz (this is a
VCR norm, it is not transmitted off-air)
Non Volatile Memory: IC containing
TV related data e.g. alignments
Option Bit
Open Circuit
Option Byte
On Screen Display
Phase Alternating Line. Color system
mainly used in West Europe (color
carrier = 4.433619 MHz) and South
America (color carrier PAL M =
3.575612 MHz and PAL N = 3.582056
MHz)
Printed Circuit board
Phase Locked Loop. Used for e.g.
FST tuning systems. The customer
can give directly the desired frequency
Power-On Reset
Picture Tube Panel (or CRT-panel)
Random Access Memory
Remote Control handset
Red, Green, and Blue video signals
Read Only Memory
Service Default / Alignment Mode
Second Audio Program
Sandcastle: pulse derived from sync
signals
Short Circuit
Serial Clock
Serial Data
SEequence Couleur Avec Memoire.
Color system mainly used in France
and East Europe. Color carriers =
4.406250 MHz and 4.250000 MHz
Sound Intermediate Frequency
Small Screen
Standby
Super Video Home System
Software
Total Harmonic Distortion
Teletext
Microprocessor
Ultimate One Chip
Vertical sync signal
Main supply voltage for the deflection
stage (mostly 141 V)
Violence Chip
Video Cassette Recorder
What You See Is What You Record:
record selection that follows main
picture and sound
Quartz crystal
Luminance (Y) and Chrominance (C)
signal
EN 52
9.
Circuit Descriptions, List of Abbreviations, and IC Data Sheets
L03.2U AA
9.10 IC Data Sheets
This section shows the internal block diagrams and pin layouts
of ICs that are drawn as "black boxes" in the electrical diagrams
(with the exception of "memory" and "logic" ICs).
9.10.1 Diagram A5, AN5829S (IC7841)
Block Diagram
7
17
16
15
4
21
22
1
Vcc GND
L+R
Filter
L+R
Demod
OUT SW
20
I 2C
Decoder
18
DAC
24
23
Matrix
Pilot
Cancel
St. PLL
Stereo
Filter
SAP
Filter
14
Input
VCA
2
3
Offset
Cancel
L-R
Demod
L-R
Filter
SAP
Demod
SAP Out
Filter
5
Wide Band
RMS Det
Wide Band
Expand
Wide Band
Filter
8
Spectral
RMS Det
Spectral
Expand
Spectral
Filter
SAP
Det
10
9
f H, 2fH
Trap Filter
12
0.45
13
dbx
De-Emph
(L-R)/SAP
Switch
Noise
Det
24
1.27
15.27
0.4
1
13
12
Unit : mm
2.0
0.4
0.1
0.9
7.2
9.3
24-Lead PANAFLAT Package (SO-24D)
Test Circuit
Rout
Lout
H
G
2.2k
D
2.2k
+
4.7m
I
4.7m
J
PILOT
DET
MPX
IN
SAP
DET
SPEC
DET
NOISE
DET
13
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
AN5829S
+
2.2m
14
SPEC
TIME
PE
5
+
15
PLL
Lout
4
16
SPEC
FIL
Rout
3
17
WB
DET
AUXR2
2
18
SCL
AUXL2
1
19
0.1m
4.7m
+
VCC
20
SDA
21
OFFCAN2
22
OFFCAN1
23
AUXR1
24
AUXL1
+
AGC
+
180k
0.047m
0.1m
+
+
F
C
4.7m
+
+
4.7m
4.7m
4.7m
WB
TIME
4.7m
GND
L
6
11
Noise
Filter
K
19
AGC
Offset
Cancel
75ms
De-Emph
Pilot Det
ZAP
4.7m
+ 10m
(Ta) a
Vcc
5V
SW1
b
+
0.33m
0.022m
+ 3.3m
(Ta)
0.1m
0.1m
A
B
* (Ta) tantalum capacitor
CL 36532044_040.eps
171203
Figure 9-3 Internal Block Diagram and Pin Configuration
Spare Parts List
L03.2U AA
10.
EN 53
10. Spare Parts List
Mono Carrier [A]
Various
1001
1003
1100
9965 000 23771
9965 000 23800
9965 000 23794
9965 000 22823
9965 000 17469
1101
1201
1401
1402
1500
1501
1504
1511
1512
1515
9965 000 17623
9965 000 23325
9965 000 17628
9965 000 14086
9965 000 23784
9965 000 23784
9965 000 23327
9965 000 17635
9965 000 17635
9965 000 23783
1600
1601
1602
1603
1606
1621
1622
1861
1900
1900
1901
9965 000 17540
9965 000 17540
9965 000 17540
9965 000 17540
9965 000 17540
9965 000 23770
9965 000 23771
9965 000 17688
9965 000 15144
9965 000 15150
9965 000 17468
Cable 8p 450mm
Battery spring
SAW M1971M
Connector 3p
Soc. RCA AV-3.2-2WKN1
Sock. RCA AV
Xtal 4.5MB
Connector 4p
Connector 4p
Fuse holder
Fuse holder
Fuse 74AL/250V
Connector 3p
Connector 3p
Relay 12V SMIT-SS112DM
Switch tact
Switch tact
Switch tact
Switch tact
Switch tact
Xtal 12MHZ
Cable 8p 450mm
Resonator 514.5kHz
Connector 2p TJC3-2A
Connector 5p TJC3-5A
Soc. EARPHONE CK33.5-9WK-E
g
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005
2006
2007
2123
2181
2182
2183
2201
2202
2202
2203
2205
2206
2206
2207
2208
2209
2210
2212
2405
2408
2420
2421
2423
2423
2424
2424
2426
2427
2428
2429
2441
2441
2444
2446
2447
2452
2452
2455
2457
2460
2461
2462
2463
2464
2465
2470
2473
9965 000 23749
9965 000 14069
9965 000 17525
9965 000 17525
9965 000 23792
9965 000 17508
9965 000 14075
9965 000 17528
9965 000 17525
9965 000 17527
9965 000 17527
9965 000 17687
9965 000 17527
9965 000 23739
9965 000 17529
9965 000 14075
9965 000 17687
9965 000 23837
9965 000 23749
9965 000 23749
9965 000 23749
9965 000 23742
9965 000 23742
9965 000 17512
9965 000 17516
9965 000 23749
9965 000 23749
9965 000 17652
9965 000 23824
9965 000 17514
9965 000 22813
9965 000 17522
9965 000 23749
9965 000 23748
9965 000 23742
9965 000 14080
9965 000 17521
9965 000 14599
9965 000 14599
9965 000 14921
9965 000 17686
9965 000 23749
9965 000 14579
9965 000 17562
9965 000 23798
9965 000 23799
9965 000 23799
9965 000 14076
9965 000 23743
9965 000 23797
9965 000 14080
9965 000 23743
100nF 10% 16V 0805
100µF 20% 16V
22pF 5% 50V
22pF 5% 50V
47nF 10% 16V 08
470µF 20% 10V
10µF 20% 50V
1µF +80/-20% 16V 0805
22pF 5% 50V
330pF 5% 50V
330pF 5% 50V
4.7nF 10% 50V
330pF 5% 50V
820pF 5% 50V 0805
470nF 10% 16V 0805
10µF 20% 50V
4.7nF 10% 50V
33pF 50V 0805
100nF 10% 16V 0805
100nF 10% 16V 0805
100nF 10% 16V 0805
220nF 10% 16V 0805
220nF 10% 16V 0805
47µF 20% 160V
0.56µF 5% 250V
100nF 10% 16V 0805
100nF 10% 16V 0805
13nF 5% k
15nF 5% 1.6kV
470pF 10% 2kV
10nF 10% 2kV
1nF 50V 0805
100nF 10% 16V 0805
47µF 20% 16V
220nF 10% 16V 0805
33nF 5% 50V
22nF 5% 63V
470µF 20% 16V
470µF 20% 16V
10µF 20% 250V
22nF +80%-20% 50V
100nF 10% 16V 0805
10µF 20% 16V
470pF 10% 500V
0.068µF 5% 100V
10nF 5% 50V
10nF 5% 50V
47µF 20% 50V
470pF 50V 0805
10µF 20% 160V
33nF 5% 50V
470pF 50V 0805
2481
2482
2483
2484
2485
2486
2487
2488
2489
2490
2491
2492
2493
2494
2496
2497
2500
2501
2502
2504
2515
2520
2521
2522
2523
2525
2527
2528
2540
2541
2542
2543
2560
2561
2562
2564
2580
2584
2602
2603
2604
2605
2607
2608
2612
2615
2616
2641
2642
2643
2691
2861
2862
2864
2865
2866
2867
2868
2869
2870
2871
2872
2873
2874
2875
2876
2877
2878
2879
2880
2883
2884
2885
2886
2891
2903
2904
2904
2906
2908
2909
2950
2951
2952
2981
2982
2983
2984
4822 126 13221
9965 000 17528
9965 000 23767
9965 000 23749
9965 000 17528
9965 000 17687
9965 000 23765
9965 000 22940
9965 000 17522
9965 000 23767
9965 000 17508
9965 000 23763
9965 000 17508
9965 000 13961
9965 000 17522
9965 000 17522
9965 000 17565
9965 000 17563
9965 000 17563
9965 000 15785
9965 000 23777
9965 000 17523
9965 000 14038
9965 000 17522
9965 000 14922
9965 000 23779
9965 000 23778
9965 000 14038
9965 000 17653
9965 000 17687
9965 000 17530
9965 000 17522
9965 000 15104
4822 124 40196
9965 000 23787
9965 000 23789
9965 000 15182
9965 000 23786
9965 000 23766
9965 000 23766
9965 000 14579
9965 000 23749
9965 000 23764
9965 000 17528
9965 000 14070
9965 000 23739
9965 000 14579
9965 000 17522
9965 000 17522
9965 000 17526
9965 000 15805
9965 000 17644
9965 000 23838
9965 000 15087
9965 000 15087
9965 000 23838
9965 000 23839
9965 000 23836
9965 000 17541
9965 000 17541
9965 000 23836
9965 000 23839
9965 000 23838
9965 000 14036
9965 000 14036
9965 000 14039
9965 000 14075
9965 000 14037
9965 000 17687
9965 000 22456
9965 000 14599
9965 000 15087
9965 000 15113
9965 000 23749
9965 000 23749
9965 000 14037
9965 000 17528
9965 000 17530
9965 000 17530
9965 000 14039
9965 000 14075
9965 000 17567
9965 000 23739
9965 000 23739
9965 000 14075
9965 000 23743
9965 000 14075
9965 000 23743
100pF 2% 63V
1µF +80/-20% 16V 0805
4.7µF +80/-20% 16V
100nF 10% 16V 0805
1µF +80/-20% 16V 0805
4.7nF 10% 50V
22nF 10% 50V
100nF 5% 100V
1nF 50V 0805
4.7µF +80/-20% 16V
470µF 20% 10V
22µF 20% 50V
470µF 20% 10V
47µF 20% 16V
1nF 50V 0805
1nF 50V 0805
220nF 20% 275V
2.2nF 10% 1kV
2.2nF 10% 1kV
220µF 20% 200v
1.5pF 20% 250V
10nF +80%-20% 50V
22µF 20% 50V
1nF 50V 0805
1.8nF 10% 2kV
680pF 5% 50V 0805
56pF 5% 50V
22µF 20% 50V
15nF 10% 50V 0805
4.7nF 10% 50V
470nF +80/-20% 16V
1nF 50V 0805
2.2nF 10% 50V
220µF 20% 16V
2.2nF 10%
47µF 20 %160V
47µF 20% 25V
220pF 10% 1kV
33pF 50V 0805
33pF 50V 0805
10µF 20% 16V
100nF 10% 16V 0805
0.1µF 10% 50V 0805
1µF +80/-20% 16V 0805
220µF 20% 16V
820pF 5% 50V 0805
10µF 20% 16V
1nF 50V 0805
1nF 50V 0805
220pF 5% 50V
100µF 20% 10V
220nF +80/-20% 25V
2.2µF 20% 16V
2.2µF 20% 50V
2.2µF 20% 50V
2.2µF 20% 16V
1.8nF 10% 50V
150pF 5% 50V
0.068µF 5% 63V
0.068µF 5% 63V
150pF 5% 50V
1.8nF 10% 50V
2.2µF 20% 16V
100µF 20% 25V
100µF 20% 25V
4.7µF 20% 50V
10µF 20% 50V
1µF 20% 50V
4.7nF 10% 50V
22nF 10% 50V
470µF 20% 16V
2.2µF 20% 50V
220nF 5% 50V
100nF 10% 16V 0805
100nF 10% 16V 0805
1µF 20% 50V
1µF +80/-20% 16V 0805
470nF +80/-20% 16V
470nF +80/-20% 16V
4.7µF 20% 50V
10µF 20% 50V
1.5nF 10% 50V
820pF 5% 50V 0805
820pF 5% 50V 0805
10µF 20% 50V
470pF 50V 0805
10µF 20% 50V
470pF 50V 0805
f
3001
3002
3003
3004
3005
3181
3182
3183
3184
3185
3186
3201
3201
3202
3203
3204
3205
3206
3207
3208
3209
3210
3231
3403
3410
3422
3423
3424
3425
3426
3428
3430
3432
3439
3440
3440
3441
3442
3442
3443
3443
3444
3444
3445
3446
3447
3447
3448
3449
3450
3451
3451
3452
3453
3454
3455
3455
3457
3459
3460
3460
3461
3462
3463
3464
3465
3466
3468
3470
3471
3472
3473
3473
3474
3474
3475
3476
3478
3479
3480
3481
3483
3485
3486
3487
3488
4822 117 11139
9965 000 17481
4822 117 11373
4822 117 11373
9965 000 14049
4822 111 31025
9965 000 14049
9965 000 12485
9965 000 13180
9965 000 12485
9965 000 13180
4822 051 20392
4822 117 12955
4822 117 11373
4822 051 20102
9965 000 12623
9965 000 15050
4822 051 20102
4822 051 20391
4822 053 10561
9965 000 17480
9965 000 14049
4822 051 20561
9965 000 23755
4822 051 20683
9965 000 23746
9965 000 23752
4822 053 12339
9965 000 15442
9965 000 12593
9965 000 13958
4822 051 20102
9965 000 17480
9965 000 23745
9965 000 23753
9965 000 23822
9965 000 13180
9965 000 15041
9965 000 23744
9965 000 23756
9965 000 23825
9965 000 23757
9965 000 23825
9965 000 23759
9965 000 23754
4822 051 20154
9965 000 23747
9965 000 23754
9965 000 17647
9965 000 17647
4822 051 20684
9965 000 17481
9965 000 12626
4822 117 10837
9965 000 17505
4822 117 11449
9965 000 17480
9965 000 23758
9965 000 23744
4822 117 10837
9965 000 13180
4822 117 11449
4822 117 11948
4822 117 11449
9965 000 12515
4822 051 20102
4822 051 20102
9965 000 12592
9965 000 23754
9965 000 12549
9965 000 12549
9965 000 23796
9965 000 23827
9965 000 23796
9965 000 23826
9965 000 14050
9965 000 17481
4822 116 82805
9965 000 23740
4822 051 20393
4822 117 10965
9965 000 12626
9965 000 12519
9965 000 12519
4822 051 20333
9965 000 15044
1.5kΩ 1% 0.1W
8.2kΩ 5% 0.1W
100Ω 1% 0805
100Ω 1% 0805
100Ω 5% 0.16W
75Ω 5% 0.16W
100Ω 5% 0.16W
150Ω 5% 0.16W
47kΩ 5% 0.1W
150Ω 5% 0.16W
47kΩ 5% 0.1W
2.9kΩ 5% 0.1W
2.7kΩ 1% 0.1W 0805
100Ω 1% 0805
1kΩ 5% 0,1W
82Ω 5% 0.16W
270Ω 5% 0.16W
1kΩ 5% 0,1W
390Ω 5% 0.1W
560Ω 5% 1W
470Ω 5% 0.1W
100Ω 5% 0.16W
560Ω 5% 0.1W
470Ω 5% 0.33W
68kΩ 5% 0.1W
330kΩ 0.25W
33Ω 5% 0.5W
33Ω 5% 3W
330Ω 5% 1W
47Ω 5% 0.16W
68Ω 5% 0.17W
1kΩ 5% 0,1W
470Ω 5% 0.1W
150kΩ 1% 0.5W
36kΩ 1% 0.1W
33kΩ 1% 0.1W
47kΩ 5% 0.1W
100k 5% 0.16W
150kΩ 5% 0.17W
4.7Ω 5% 0.33W
1.8Ω 5% 0.33W
3.9Ω 5% 0.33W
1.8Ω 5% 0.33W
1.8Ω 5% 0.5W
1Ω 5% 0.33W
150kΩ 5% 0.1W
220kΩ 5% 0.1W
1Ω 5% 0.33W
27k 5% 0.16W
27k 5% 0.16W
680kΩ 5% 0.1W
8.2kΩ 5% 0.1W
1.0MΩ 5% 0.17W
100kΩ 1% 0.1W
10kΩ 5% 0.1W
2.2kΩ 5% 0.1W 0805
470Ω 5% 0.1W
2.2mΩ 1% 0.1W
150kΩ 5% 0.17W
100kΩ 1% 0.1W
47kΩ 5% 0.1W
2.2kΩ 5% 0.1W 0805
1MΩ 1% 0.1W
2.2kΩ 5% 0.1W 0805
2.2k 5% 0.16W
1kΩ 5% 0,1W
1kΩ 5% 0,1W
330Ω 5% 0.16W
1Ω 5% 0.33W
220Ω 55 0.16W
220Ω 55 0.16W
4.7Ω 1% 0.5W
2.7Ω 1% 0.5W
4.7Ω 1% 0.5W
3.3Ω 1% 0.5W
10k 5% 0.16W
8.2kΩ 5% 0.1W
1Ω 5% 0.17W
18Ω 5% 0.33W
39kΩ 5% 0.1W
18kΩ 1% 0.1W
1.0MΩ 5% 0.17W
1k 5% 0.16W
1k 5% 0.16W
33kΩ 5% 0.1W
1.5k 5% 0.16W
EN 54
10.
L03.2U AA
3489
3490
3491
3492
3493
3495
3497
3498
3499
3500
3501
3502
3503
3506
3508
3509
3510
9965 000 17505
4822 051 20332
4822 111 31023
4822 117 10965
9965 000 23740
9965 000 17636
9965 000 14056
4822 111 31023
4822 051 20273
9965 000 23775
9965 000 23775
9965 000 15782
9965 000 23776
9965 000 23746
9965 000 23774
9965 000 17550
9965 000 23313
3519
3520
3522
3523
3525
3526
3527
3528
3541
3542
3543
3544
3545
3547
3548
3549
3580
3581
3601
3602
3603
3604
3605
3606
3607
3618
3619
3620
3621
3624
3634
3641
3642
3643
3644
3645
3646
3681
3682
3683
3685
3686
3687
3688
3693
3694
3861
3862
3863
3864
3865
3866
3867
3901
3902
3903
3903
3904
3904
3905
3906
3907
3911
3981
3982
4xxx
4822 111 31036
4822 051 20122
4822 051 20334
9965 000 23788
4822 051 20102
9965 000 23785
9965 000 23788
9965 000 17505
9965 000 17480
4822 117 11139
9965 000 23773
9965 000 23772
4822 117 11449
4822 117 10837
4822 116 83933
9965 000 12549
9965 000 13180
4822 051 20569
4822 117 11449
4822 117 11449
9965 000 12515
9965 000 14049
9965 000 14049
9965 000 14050
4822 117 11373
9965 000 12519
9965 000 14049
9965 000 14049
9965 000 14049
9965 000 14050
9965 000 12519
9965 000 14049
4822 117 11373
4822 117 11373
4822 051 20472
4822 117 11373
4822 051 20105
4822 117 11454
4822 117 13629
4822 051 20121
4822 117 13528
4822 117 11452
4822 117 11449
4822 117 13528
9965 000 12549
4822 117 11145
4822 117 10837
4822 116 83933
4822 051 20122
4822 117 11373
9965 000 14049
9965 000 14049
4822 051 20332
9965 000 12519
4822 051 20332
4822 051 20332
4822 051 20472
4822 117 12955
9965 000 17505
4822 051 20332
9965 000 17505
9965 000 17481
4822 117 10837
4822 117 11504
9965 000 15050
9965 000 17478
10kΩ 5% 0.1W
2.3kΩ 5% 0.1W
47k 5% 0.16W
18kΩ 1% 0.1W
18Ω 5% 0.33W
33Ω 5% 0.17W
390Ω 5% 0.17W
47k 5% 0.16W
27kΩ 5% 0.1W
3.3mΩ 0.5W
3.3mΩ 0.5W
NTC 4.7Ω 18%
10Ω 30%
330kΩ 0.25W
1.5mΩ 0.5W
220Ω 10% 0.5W
Surge absorber DSP301N
3.3k 5% 0.16W
1.2kΩ 5% 0.1W
330kΩ 5% 0.1W
100Ω 5% 0.33W
1kΩ 5% 0,1W
0.15Ω 5% 1W
100Ω 5% 0.33W
10kΩ 5% 0.1W
470Ω 5% 0.1W
1.5kΩ 1% 0.1W
82kΩ 1% 0.5W
6.8kΩ 1% 0.5W
2.2kΩ 5% 0.1W 0805
100kΩ 1% 0.1W
15kΩ 1% 0.1W
220Ω 55 0.16W
47kΩ 5% 0.1W
56Ω 5% 0,1W
2.2kΩ 5% 0.1W 0805
2.2kΩ 5% 0.1W 0805
2.2k 5% 0.16W
100Ω 5% 0.16W
100Ω 5% 0.16W
10k 5% 0.16W
100Ω 1% 0805
1k 5% 0.16W
100Ω 5% 0.16W
100Ω 5% 0.16W
100Ω 5% 0.16W
10k 5% 0.16W
1k 5% 0.16W
100Ω 5% 0.16W
100Ω 1% 0805
100Ω 1% 0805
4.7kΩ 5% 0.1W
100Ω 1% 0805
1MΩ 5% 0.1W
820Ω 1% 0.1W
120Ω 1% 0.1W 0805
120Ω 5% 0.1W
200Ω 1% 0.125W 0805
430Ω 1% 0.1W
2.2kΩ 5% 0.1W 0805
200Ω 1% 0.125W 0805
220Ω 55 0.16W
4.7kΩ 1% 0.1W
100kΩ 1% 0.1W
15kΩ 1% 0.1W
1.2kΩ 5% 0.1W
100Ω 1% 0805
100Ω 5% 0.16W
100Ω 5% 0.16W
2.3kΩ 5% 0.1W
1k 5% 0.16W
2.3kΩ 5% 0.1W
2.3kΩ 5% 0.1W
4.7kΩ 5% 0.1W
2.7kΩ 1% 0.1W 0805
10kΩ 5% 0.1W
2.3kΩ 5% 0.1W
10kΩ 5% 0.1W
8.2kΩ 5% 0.1W
100kΩ 1% 0.1W
270Ω 1% 0.1W
270Ω 5% 0.16W
0Ω 5% 0.1W
9965 000 23780
9965 000 23793
9965 000 23760
9965 000 23768
9965 000 23750
Choke coil 27µH 270kΩ
Choke coil 0.22 µH 10%
Bead LB3.5X1X9
Choke coil 4.7uH 10%
Transf. hor. drive
b
5002
5003
5004
5201
5421
Spare Parts List
5441
5441
5482
5502
5509
5520
5521
5560
5561
5562
5563
5601
5602
5603
5604
5861
5862
9965 000 23751 Transf.JF0501-19255R
line outp
9965 000 23823 Transf.JF0501-19276R
line outp
9965 000 14082 Coil choke 10% 10uH
9965 000 23781 Line filter
9965 000 17576 Bead cord inductor
9965 000 23782 Transf. conv. BCK-280414
9965 000 17576 Bead cord inductor
9965 000 17576 Bead cord inductor
9965 000 23760 Bead LB3.5X1X9
9965 000 23760 Bead LB3.5X1X9
9965 000 23780 Choke coil 27µH 270kΩ
9965 000 23769 Choke coil 5.6uH 10%
9965 000 23769 Choke coil 5.6uH 10%
9965 000 23769 Choke coil 5.6uH 10%
9965 000 17576 Bead cord inductor
9965 000 14082 Coil choke 10% 10uH
9965 000 17576 Bead cord inductor
7523
7540
7541
7580
7601
7641
7861
7901
7902
4822 130 60373
4822 130 40959
4822 130 11155
5322 130 60159
3198 010 44010
9965 000 22895
9965 000 23835
9322 181 41682
9322 181 42682
BC856B
BC547B
PDTC114ET
BC846B
PDTA114ET
M24C16
TDA9853H
AN7522N
AN7523N
CRT panel [B]
Various
1300
1301
1302
9965 000 17689 Connector
9965 000 23804 Soc. CRT
9965 000 23828 Soc. CRT
g
d
6001
6181
6422
6423
6426
6444
6444
6445
6446
6447
6451
6452
6453
6460
6461
6462
6463
6464
6481
6491
6492
6500
6501
6502
6503
6520
6522
6540
6541
6560
6561
6562
6580
6624
6625
6625
6626
6627
6628
6681
6692
6908
6909
9965 000 15716 Zener diode 33V 5%
0.5W
4822 130 34278 BZX79-B6V8
9335 214 80133 BYV97G
9340 255 30135 BAS216
9340 255 30135 BAS216
4822 130 80931 EGP20D
9965 000 09663 SR360 3A 60V
9340 255 30135 BAS216
3141 018 51230 FR104
3141 018 51230 FR104
9340 255 30135 BAS216
9340 255 30135 BAS216
4822 130 34142 BZX79-B33
9340 255 30135 BAS216
3141 018 51230 FR104
3141 018 51230 FR104
3141 018 51230 FR104
9340 255 30135 BAS216
9340 255 30135 BAS216
9965 000 23761 BAV70LT1
3198 020 55680 BZX384-C5V6
9965 000 15164 RL255
9965 000 15164 RL255
9965 000 15164 RL255
9965 000 15164 RL255
4822 130 41601 BYV95A
4822 130 41601 BYV95A
4822 130 34167 BZX79-B6V2
4822 130 30862 BZX79-B9V1
9965 000 09663 SR360 3A 60V
9322 192 67682 BYW76-PK1
9322 192 67682 BYW76-PK1
4822 130 30621 1N4148
9340 255 30135 BAS216
4822 130 34382 BZX79-B8V2
4822 130 61219 BZX79-B10
9340 255 30135 BAS216
9340 255 30135 BAS216
9340 255 30135 BAS216
9340 255 30135 BAS216
9965 000 23741 ISOP348VI1B
9965 000 23738 BZX384-C2V7
4822 130 30621 1N4148
ce
7200
7200
7201
7202
7421
7422
7423
7440
7451
7461
7462
7463
7464
7465
7466
7491
7493
7494
7496
7515
7520
7521
9352 758 58112
9352 758 57112
5322 130 60159
5322 130 60159
9322 183 16687
4822 130 42804
5322 130 60845
9965 000 22888
4822 130 60373
4822 130 60373
4822 130 60373
4822 130 44461
4822 130 41109
9965 000 23795
5322 130 60159
5322 130 60159
4822 209 16978
4822 130 40981
4822 130 41109
9965 000 22899
9352 720 43118
9322 194 20687
L03SUM1-1.1 (Mono)
L03SUN1-1.1 (Stereo)
BC846B
BC846B
BUL312FP
BC817-25
BC807-25
BF423
BC856B
BC856B
BC856B
BC546B
BD135-16
BD136
BC846B
BC846B
LF33CV
BC337-25
BD135-16
PS2561L1-1-V(WF)
TEA1506T/N1
STP5NK50ZFP
2300
2301
2302
2303
2304
9965 000 17527
9965 000 23806
9965 000 23806
9965 000 22813
9965 000 23805
330pF 5% 50V
390pF 5% 50V
390pF 5% 50V
10nF 10% 2kV
220nF5% 250V
9965 000 23309
9965 000 17470
4822 117 13577
9965 000 23309
9965 000 17470
4822 117 13577
9965 000 23309
9965 000 17470
4822 051 20391
4822 117 13577
9965 000 23803
9965 000 23802
9965 000 17470
9965 000 17478
9965 000 17478
9965 000 17478
9965 000 17478
9965 000 17478
9965 000 17478
9965 000 17478
18kΩ 5% 3W
1.5kΩ 10% 0.5W
330Ω 1% 1.25W 0805
18kΩ 5% 3W
1.5kΩ 10% 0.5W
330Ω 1% 1.25W 0805
18kΩ 5% 3W
1.5kΩ 10% 0.5W
390Ω 5% 0.1W
330Ω 1% 1.25W 0805
68Ω 5% 0.33W
220Ω 5% 0.33W
1.5kΩ 10% 0.5W
0Ω 5% 0.1W
0Ω 5% 0.1W
0Ω 5% 0.1W
0Ω 5% 0.1W
0Ω 5% 0.1W
0Ω 5% 0.1W
0Ω 5% 0.1W
f
3300
3301
3303
3304
3305
3307
3308
3309
3311
3311
3313
3318
3319
4300
4301
4302
4303
4304
4305
4306
d
6301
6307
6318
9340 255 30135 BAS216
9340 255 30135 BAS216
4822 130 10837 UDZS8.2B
ce
7308
7310
7312
7313
7314
7315
7316
7317
7318
4822 130 41782
4822 130 41782
4822 130 41782
4822 130 41782
9965 000 22888
4822 130 41782
9965 000 22888
4822 130 41782
9965 000 22888
BF422
BF422
BF422
BF422
BF423
BF422
BF423
BF422
BF423
Revision List
11. Revision List
First release.
L03.2U AA
11.
EN 55