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Sim2 SVD800 Teatro Service manual
SERVICE MANUAL
SVD800 HD
SVD800 HD Millennium
SVD800 Teatro
CRT VIDEO PROJECTOR
1° Edition April 2001
SVD800HD
SERVICE GUIDE
WHITE PAGE
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SERVICE GUIDE
SAFETY AND REGULATIONS ............................................................................................................................................4
INTRODUCTION ...................................................................................................................................................................................4
IMPORTANT NOTES..............................................................................................................................................................................4
A BOUT THIS MANUAL ........................................................................................................................................................................4
SAFETY INFORMATION .......................................................................................................................................................................4
2.
GENERAL INFORMATION ..................................................................................................................................................5
3.
SERVICE ADJUSTMENT .......................................................................................................................................................6
PC028 MODULE: HORIZONTAL DEFLECTION ..............................................................................................................................6
PC132 MODULE: EHT AND DYNAMIC FOCUS.............................................................................................................................7
PC121 SHIFT BOARD.....................................................................................................................................................................9
PC226 MODULE: SYNC PROCESSOR ............................................................................................................................................10
PC131 MODULE: VIDEO PROCESSOR ..........................................................................................................................................11
M459X POWER SUPPLY.............................................................................................................................................................12
PC097 MICRO BOARD.................................................................................................................................................................13
4.
WAVEFORM PC339.0 ........................................................................................................................................................... 14
5.
PROTECTION CIRCUITERY............................................................................................................................................ 19
EHT PROTECTION CIRCUIT ( PC132 BOARD): .............................................................................................................................19
FLY-BACK VOLTAGE PROTECTION CIRCUIT ( PC132 BOARD ): ................................................................................................19
A UTOMATIC BEAM CURRENT LIMIT PROTECTION CIRCUIT ( PC132 BOARD ): ......................................................................19
6.
SERVICE ADJUSTMENTS.................................................................................................................................................. 21
2/4 POLE ADJUSTMENT.............................................................................................................................................................21
SERVICE SETTING.......................................................................................................................................................................23
WHITE MENU.................................................................................................................................................................................24
SERVICE MENU.............................................................................................................................................................................29
7.
SDG UPC2000 INSTALLATION PROCEDURE........................................................................................................... 32
8.
SPARE PARTS LIST.............................................................................................................................................................. 33
9.
SVD800HD SPARE PART LIST......................................................................................................................................... 34
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1. Safety and regulations
Introduction
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The instruction given in this manual are meant for service engineers only. A good knowledge of electronics and
mechanical engineering is absolutely necessary to repair and maintain the SVD800HD projector.
Important notes
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Should any question after reading this manual arise, please contact your local SIM2 distributor, who will be glad to
help you.
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In the interest of our customers we keep on improving the product. Therefore SIM2 reserves the right to change all
technical specifications and further information provided in this manual at any time without prior notice.
About this manual
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This manual is intended for those who are doing repairing work and maintenance on the SVD800HD.
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This manual has the following goals: to enable technicians to perform the necessary maintenance and repair work to
keep the unit in good operating condition.
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In case of relevant changes, the information provided in this manual could be updated with the issue of technical
notes.
Safety information
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This projector has been made in compliance with EN 60950 standard relative to the safety of information technology
equipment.
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This projector has been made in compliance with EN 50082-1 (Generic immunity law), EN61000-3-2 (Limits for
Harmonic current emission), EN55022 (Limits and measuring methods of radio disturbance produced by information
technology equipment), EN6100-3-3 (Limits- section 3 Limitation of Voltage Fluctuation and Flicker in low voltage
supply system for equipment with rated current SYMBOL 163\f “Symbol” 16A).
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The accessible metal parts are connected to the power socket round terminal. When installing make sure the ground
cable is properly connected and use only the power cable and extension leads supplied with the unit. The unit must
be grounded. Interruption of the protective conductors inside or outside the unit, or disconnecting protective earthing
may cause possible danger and malfunction of the unit.
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SVD800HD may only be maintained and serviced by qualified persons who are familiar with the machine.
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Always disconnect the cable plug from the mains socket for those service operations that need complete cut off of the
machine.
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To avoid damage, fire or electrical shock, do not expose the unit to rain or damp.
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Do not lead any kind of liquid spill inside the unit.
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Do not let any kind of objects through the ventilation slits in the cabinet of the projector as they could touch the high
voltage components and cause a short circuit that could, in turn, cause fire or electrical shock hazards.
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If any object or liquid does get inside the projector take the power cable out of the socket immediately.
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Observe instruction, regulation and notes provided in this service instruction.
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It is distributor’s responsibility to ensure proper qualification of personnel working with the machine.
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Observe all CAUTION notes applied out or inside the unit. Keep them clean and in readable condition.
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Observe all local safety regulation regarding the handling of electric/electronic equipment.
2. General information
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For all information/instruction concerning the installation and the adjustment of the unit, please refer to the “User’s
and installation manual”, provided with each unit.
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Model and Serial number indications are located on the projector rear side label. Record the Serial Number in the
space below and refer to it for future Information/Service request to SIM2 customer service.
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Any part should be replaced using only original SIM2 spare parts. Failure to follows this advice can lead to a
deterioration of the unit’s performances, electrical damage, fire and electrical shock hazards and will also invalidate
the guarantee.
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3. SERVICE ADJUSTMENT
Factory conditions:
- ceiling-front installation
- screen 90"
- Signal: unless otherwise specified use internal HATCH COARSE FINE (without any signal applied to the
inputs slots)
PC028 MODULE: horizontal deflection
A section includes the adjustments pre-set in the Factory.
B section includes the adjustments to be performed in service when the unit is replaced.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
1.
2.
3.
A section (Factory adjustments)
Switch-off the EHT pulling out the CN12 connector, placed on the mother board under the Red CRT.
Adjust P1 fully clockwise and P2 fully anticlockwise.
Connect a digital voltmeter on TP9 and adjust P2 for a voltage of 1050 Vd.c., than disconnect the voltmeter.
Adjust slowly P1 till to alight DL1 (the horizontal deflections will be switched-off: no signal at the anode of D2,
D3 and D4).
Adjust P2 fully anticlockwise.
Switch-off and switch-on the projector
Adjust P2 and P3 as described on B section.
B section (service adjustments)
Project the Pattern signal test on the screen
Adjust by the full function remote control the horizontal SIZE for: H 80
Adjust P2 for a correct horizontal amplitude: looking throw the lenses the top part of the raster must come out a
little the screen (see following picture).
view through the lenses
4.
Adjust P3 for a correct keystone.
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PC132 MODULE: EHT and dynamic focus
A section includes the adjustments pre-set in the Factory.
B section includes the adjustments to be performed in service when the unit is replaced.
A section (Factory adjustments)
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2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
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The adjustments have to be executed, step by step, in the same sequence described below:
Adjusting and Testing of the EHT Generator Circuit:
Connect a Digital Multimeter with High Voltage Probe to the EHT splitter (removing one EHT cable)
Rotate the trimmers:
P1 fully clockwise (average beam current protection on the three tubes)
P4 fully counter clockwise (EHT protection n.1 – fly-back)
P5 fully clockwise (EHT protection n.2)
Switch the mains ON.
Select a black-page pattern 0,7 Vpp RGB signal.
Adjust Contrast to 100 and Brightness to 50 and memorise these values.
Select a white-page pattern 0,7 Vpp RGB signal.
Select the 6500 °K colour temperature.
Wait 20’ (warm-up time).
Switch the three CRTs OFF using the key “MUTE” on the remote control.
Adjust P3 for 33,5 ± 0,1 kV
Seal P3 with LOCTITE 454 adhesive.
Switch the three CRTs ON.
Verify that the EHT voltage is 33,5 ± 0,1 kV.
Switch the mains OFF.
Remove the High Voltage Probe from the EHT splitter and insert the EHT cable.
Adjusting and Testing of the EHT Protection Circuit:
1. Rotate P4 slowly clockwise until the protection circuit will be activated (EHT OFF and DL1 ON, after 10 seconds
the projector goes to stand-by mode).
2. Rotate P4 fully counter clockwise.
3. Connect the Digital Multimeter between GND2 and TP12.
4. Switch the projector ON by remote control.
5. Measure the voltage and write the value down.
6. Connect the Digital Multimeter between GND2 and TP5.
7. Adjust P4 for a voltage 0,1 ± 0,01 V less than the value reed on step 2.5 (this operation is equivalent to set the EHT
protection N.2 threshold to 37,5 ± 0,5 kV).
8. Seal P4 with LOCTITE 454 adhesive.
9. Check that the voltage on TP5 is not changed after P4 sealing.
10. Rotate P1 slowly counter clockwise until the protection circuit will be activated (EHT OFF and DL1 ON, after 10
seconds the projector goes to stand-by mode).
11. Rotate P1 fully clockwise.
12. Connect the Digital Multimeter between GND2 and TP4.
13. Switch the projector ON by remote control.
14. Adjust P1 for a voltage of 4,5 ± 0,1 V (this operation is equivalent to set the EHT protection N.1 threshold to 37,5 ±
0,5 kV).
15. Seal P1 with LOCTITE 454 adhesive.
16. Check that the voltage on TP4 is not changed after P1 sealing.
17. Connect the Digital Multimeter between GND1 and TP7.
18. Adjust P5 for a voltage of 0,9 ± 0,01 V (this operation is equivalent to set the Average Beam Current Protection to
4,0 ± 0,2 mA).
19. Connect the Digital Multimeter between GND1 and TP8.
20. Set contrast to 0 by remote control.
21. Connect R64 (reference side) to ground with a wire.
22. Increase the contrast value slowly and check that the protection circuit is activated when the voltage reaches the
value of -17,0 ± 0,5 V (EHT OFF and DL1 ON, after 10 seconds the projector goes to stand-by mode).
23. Remove the ground-wiring from R64.
24. Seal P5 with LOCTITE 454 adhesive.
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25. Connect the Digital Multimeter between GND1 and TP7.
26. Switch the projector ON by remote control.
27. Check that the voltage on TP7 ( 0,9 ± 0,01 V ) is not changed after P5 sealing.
B section (service adjustments)
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
Use white signal 100% of the screen area
Connect a high voltmeter to the EHT splitter (disconnecting one EHT cable)
Switch-off the RGB (black screen)
Adjust P3 for 33.5±0.1 KV
Inject silicon rubber into P3, sealing it.
Switch-on the three CRT's.
Adjust P5 for 0.9 Vd.c. on TP7.
Inject silicon rubber into P5, sealing it.
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PC121 SHIFT BOARD
A section includes the adjustments pre-set in the Factory.
B section includes the adjustments to be performed in service when the unit is replaced.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
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12.
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15.
A section (Factory adjustments)
Turn anticlockwise the cores of L1 and L5 till come out for about 1.5 cm.
Turn anticlockwise the core of L3 till come out for about 1 cm.
Select CROSS pattern.
Reset convergence values, using RESET ZONE (see user manual)
Select ZONE
Centre the Green raster looking through the lenses, using SHIFT control.
Centre the Red raster looking through the lenses, using SHIFT control.
Centre the Blue raster looking through the lenses, using SHIFT control.
Select HATCH COARSE pattern.
Move horizontally the Blue and Red tubes to superimpose the vertical central lines.
Select HATCH FINE pattern.
Switch-off B tube.
Adjust L1 to have a symmetrical convergence error of the RED at the sides (see following figure)
Switch-off R tube and switch-on the B tube.
Adjust L5 to have a symmetrical convergence error of the BLUE at the sides (see following figure)
B GR
BGR
B section: service adjustments are not requested.
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PC226 MODULE: sync processor
A section includes the adjustments pre-set in the Factory.
B section includes the adjustments to be performed in service when the unit is replaced.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
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15.
A section (Factory adjustments)
Short circuit jumper J3.
Connect a frequency counter to TP8 HDRIVE.
Switch-on the video projector.
Select RGB slot without any signal applied to it.
Adjust P2 for the horizontal frequency into 14.8 KHz and 14.9 KHz range.
Connect a frequency counter to pin 37 of C.I.21.
Adjust P1 for the vertical frequency into 36 Hz and 37 Hz range.
Switch-off the projector
Remove jumper J3.
Short circuit jumper J4.
Connect a frequency counter to TP8 HDRIVE.
Switch-on the projector.
Select RGB slot without any signal applied to it.
Adjust P3 for the horizontal frequency into 105.7 KHz and 106.5 KHz range.
Remove jumper J4.
Check the correct PATTERN PHASE (see service menu)
B section: service adjustments are not requested.
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PC131 MODULE: video processor
A section includes the adjustments pre-set in the Factory.
B section includes the adjustments to be performed in service when the unit is replaced.
1.
1.1
1.2
1.3
1.4
1.5
1.6
1.7
1.8
1.9
1.10
2.
2.1
2.2
2.3
2.4
2.5
2.6
2.7
2.8
1.
1.1
1.2
1.3
1.4
1.5
1.6
1.7
1.8
1.9
1.10
2.
2.1
2.2
2.3
2.4
2.5
2.6
2.7
2.8
A section (Factory adjustments)
Adjusting and Testing of the total (three CRTs active) Average Beam Current Limitation Circuit
Switch the mains ON.
Adjust P1 and P2 fully anticlockwise.
Select a white-page pattern 0,7Vpp RGB signal.
Adjust Contrast to 100 and Brightness to 50 and memorise these values.
Connect a Digital Multimeter between GND1 and TP8 (PC132 board).
Adjust P1 (PC131) for – 13,0 ± 0,1 V (this operation is equivalent to set the average beam current limitation
circuit of three tubes to 3,0 ± 0,1 mA).
Switch the projector OFF by remote control.
Seal P1 with LOCTITE 454 adhesive.
Switch the projector ON by remote control.
Check that the voltage on TP8 is not changed after P1 sealing.
Adjusting and Testing of the single CRT Average Beam Current Limitation Circuit
Connect the Digital Multimeter between GND1 and TP8 (PC132).
Switch the Red and the Blu CRTs OFF using the keys R and B of the remote control.
Adjust P2 (PC131) for – 8,0 ± 0,1 V (this operation is equivalent to set the average beam current limitation
circuit of a single tube to 2,1 ± 0,1 mA).
Switch the projector OFF by remote control.
Seal P2 with LOCTITE 454 adhesive.
Switch the projector ON by remote control.
Check that the voltage on TP8 is not changed after P2 sealing.
Remove the Digital Multimeter probes.
A section (service adjustments)
Adjusting and Testing of the total (three CRTs active) Average Beam Current Limitation Circuit
Switch the mains ON.
Adjust P1 and P2 fully anticlockwise.
Select a white-page pattern 0,7Vpp RGB signal.
Adjust Contrast to 100 and Brightness to 50 and memorise these values.
Connect a Digital Multimeter between GND1 and TP8 (PC132 board).
Adjust P1 (PC131) for – 13,0 ± 0,1 V (this operation is equivalent to set the average beam current limitation
circuit of three tubes to 3,0 ± 0,1 mA).
Switch the projector OFF by remote control.
Seal P1 with LOCTITE 454 adhesive.
Switch the projector ON by remote control.
Check that the voltage on TP8 is not changed after P1 sealing.
Adjusting and Testing of the single CRT Average Beam Current Limitation Circuit
Connect the Digital Multimeter between GND1 and TP8 (PC132).
Switch the Red and the Blu CRTs OFF using the keys R and B of the remote control.
Adjust P2 (PC131) for – 8,0 ± 0,1 V (this operation is equivalent to set the average beam current limitation
circuit of a single tube to 2,1 ± 0,1 mA).
Switch the projector OFF by remote control.
Seal P2 with LOCTITE 454 adhesive.
Switch the projector ON by remote control.
Check that the voltage on TP8 is not changed after P2 sealing.
Remove the Digital Multimeter probes.
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M459X POWER SUPPLY
A section includes the adjustments pre-set in the Factory.
B section includes the adjustments to be performed in service when the unit is replaced.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
A section (Factory adjustments)
Switch-on the projector.
Switch-off the RGB tubes.
(*) Adjust RV1 on main power supply board for +6.25 Vd.c.±50mV between pins 6-7 of a CRT socket (PC029)
Adjust RV2 on B410.4 module, positioned vertically on main power supply board for +15.5 Vd.c.± 200mV on
pin 1 of the CN20 connector placed on the mother board.
Adjust RV1 on B410.4 module, positioned vertically on main power supply board for + 70 ±1Vd.c. to the anode
of D3, placed on PC132 (EHT & dynamic focus module).
(*) Note. The heater lines have a voltage of about 100 V higher than the ground.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
B section (service adjustments)
Switch-on the projector.
Switch-off the RGB tubes.
(*) Adjust RV1 on main power supply board for +6.25 Vd.c.±50mV between pins 6-7 of a CRT socket (PC029)
Adjust RV2 on B410.4 module, positioned vertically on main power supply board for +15.5 Vd.c.± 200mV on
pin 1 of the CN20 connector placed on the mother board.
Adjust RV1 on B410.4 module, positioned vertically on main power supply board for + 70 ±1Vd.c. to the anode
of D3, placed on PC132 (EHT & dynamic focus module).
Check the following line:
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+ 210 ± 5Vd.c.at the pin 3 of CN17 mother board connector.
(*) Note. The heater lines have a voltage of about 100 V higher than the ground.
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PC097 MICRO BOARD
1.
When replace the micro board pay attention to use the EEPROM C.I.20 of the old board into the new one,
otherwise it's necessary to do again all type of adjustments, such as white & black, convergence and so on.
2.
Positions of the DIP switch SW02:
Original setting
With Eprom (C.I.29) version <1.31
1-OFF = user mode.
1-ON = factory service mode
2-OFF = fan protection enabled
2-ON = fan protection disabled
3-not used in service (it must be set in OFF position)
4-not used in service (it must be set in OFF position)
3.
Adjust the potentiometer placed on R126 position to centre the OSD: use MEMORY MANAGER the largest
menu and horizontal frequency towards the maximum of range.
Note. Usually in service no adjustments are requested. If introducing a new microprocessor board the OSD will appear
not correctly centred carry out the adjustment as at the step 3.
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4. Waveform PC339.0
VGA input signal 32K 50Hz
Install the board on t the extension card and power on the unit.
If DL1 on Convergence amplifier board PC324 lights, power off the unit, remove CN102 and CN103 on convergence
board and power on the unit.
Adjust H size and V size to maximum value.
Using a scope with 1/10 probe verify the following wave forms.
NOTE: All wave forms H have a time base of 32 us
All wave forms V have a time base of 20 ms
TP110
N1
from 2.2 to 2.5 Vpp
Ramp HS+
TP110
N2
fro m 5.5 to 6.2 Vpp
Ramp H-saw
TP103
N3
from 2.2 to 2.5 Vpp
Ramp HS-
TP103
N4
from 2.2 to 2.5 Vpp
Ramp VS+
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TP112
N2
from 5.5 to 6. 3 Vpp
Ramp V-saw
TP103
N1
from 2.5 to 2.7 Vpp
Parabola H-par
TP103 N2
from 2.3 to 2.8 Vpp
Parabola V-par
TP104 N1
from 5. 5 to 7 Vpp
V pin
TP104 N2
from 5.5 to 6.5 Vpp
V key
TP104 N2 from 5. 5 to 6.7 Vpp
H-pin
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TP111 N1
from +4Vpp to -0.7Vpp
TP111 N2
from +4Vpp to -0.7Vpp
TP106 N1
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H/2
V/2
Ramp H+ H-saw L
Width from 2. 5 to 3.2 Vpp
From 0 to peak max 200mv
TP106 N2
Ramp HH-saw R
Width from 2.5 to 3.2 Vpp
From 0 to peak max 200mv
TP107 N1
Ramp V+
V-saw L
Width from 2.5 to 3.2 Vpp
From 0 to peak max 100mv
TP107 N2
Ramp VVsawR
Width from 2.5 to 3.2 Vpp
From 0 to peak max 100mv
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TP105 N1
from 2 to 2.5 Vpp
Parabola H+
TP105 N2
from 2 to 2.5 Vpp
Parabola V+
TP108 N1
from 2 to 2.5 Vpp
Corners
From 0 to peak Max 200 mv
TP108 N2
from 2 to 2.5 Vpp
From 0 to peak
Max 200 mv
Corners
TP108 N3
From 2 a 2.5 Vpp
From 0 to peak
Max 200 mv
Corners
TP108 N4
from 2 to 2.5 Vpp
From 0 to peak
Max 200 mv
Corners
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TP109 N1
from 2 a 2.5 Vpp
H pc L
TP109 N2
from 2 to 2.5 Vpp
H pc R
TP109 N3 from 2 to 2.5 Vpp
V pc L
TP109 N4 from 2 to 2.5 Vpp
V pc R
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5. PROTECTION CIRCUITERY
EHT Protection Circuit ( PC132 board):
This protection circuit is designed against the increasing of EHT caused by electronic components faults.
The EHT Splitter in conjunction to the resistor R37 divide the EHT and the resulting voltage is buffered by IC5B,
divided by R58, P4, R66 and it is applied to the positive input of the IC6A-pin7 Integrated Circuit (Test Point TP5),
which works as voltage comparator.
On the negative input of IC6A-pin6 (TP12), it’s applied a voltage of 0,89 V, available from the resistive divider R55
and R56.
If the EHT value increases and the voltage on IC6A-pin7 comparator exceeds the voltage on pin6, the output of IC6Apin1 is commuted to +12 V, the voltage on IC6B-pin5 increases over the reference voltage threshold of 5,1 V applied
on IC6B-pin4 from DZ1, the output of IC6B-pin2 goes to +12V and the protection circuit is activated, the protection
circuit sequence of operations is described here below:
When the voltage on IC6B-pin5 exceeds the voltage on it’s negative input, the IC6B-pin2 output goes to +12 V, the
protection is activated and the voltage comparator latches itself through D20.
The output voltage of IC6B-pin2 is applied to the transistor T7-base by D15, and T7 goes to ON state and DL1 is
switched ON.
The T7-emitter voltage is applied to the T2-base and it goes to ON state therefore the EHT driver signal is switched
OFF and the EHT is latched to zero.
The voltage on IC6B-pin2 through the R83-R84 divider is reduced to +5V and applied to the Microprocessor, and, after
about 10 seconds, it switches the projector to Stand-By mode.
Fly-back Voltage Protection Circuit ( PC132 board ):
This circuit is designed to protect the EHT circuitry against excessive fly-back voltage, it is a second protection circuit
in case of faults on the precedent circuit.
The fly-back voltage of the EHT circuit is rectified by D7, filtered by C17,R17, C16 and divided by R42, R43 and P1,
then it’a applied to the positive input of IC 6C-pin9, which is operating as voltage comparator.
On the negative input of the same IC6C-pin8, it’s applied a reference voltage of +5,1 V by DZ1.
If the fly-back voltage increases and the voltage on pin9 exceeds the voltage on pin8, the voltage output of IC6C-pin14
goes to +12 V and the protection circuit is activated:
Through R46 and D18 the voltage output on IC6C-pin14 is OR connected to IC6B-pin5 input which is operating as a
voltage comparator.
Automatic Beam Current Limit Protection Circuit ( PC132 board ):
This protection circuit is designed against the CRTs excessive beam currents that may happen in case of
faults on the video amplifiers or in the beam current sensing / limitation circuits of the video board PC131.
The resistors R63 and R100 are operating as current to voltage converters on the secondary circuits of the
fly-back transformers, if the converted voltage, available on TP8, exceeds the threshold voltage value of 17,0 V, the protection is activated:
The voltage detected on TP8 is divided by R62 – P5 and then it’s applied to the transistor T9-base, this
transistor is ON on the normal operating state.
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An increasing of the beam current is converted in an increasing of the negative voltage, which drives T9 to
the OFF state, and it collector goes to the level of +12 V. This voltage, through R59 and D22 is OR
connected to IC6B-pin5 input, activating this voltage comparator.
The protection circuit sequence of operation is the same as reported on points 1.1 – 1.4.
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6. SERVICE ADJUSTMENTS
These adjustments are performed when particular components (CRT, yoke, etc.) have been replaced.
2/4 POLE ADJUSTMENT
Non-pole
50 mm
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
figure).
Select VGA or RGB slot, without any signal applied.
Select the HATCH COARSE test pattern, using the TEST button on the full function remote control.
Project the pattern on the replaced CRT, using R, G and B buttons.
Align the centre of the CRT raster with the centre of the screen by SHIFT control (see User Manual).
Adjust the focus potentiometer of the corresponding CRT completely in anti-clockwise.
Adjust the 2 pole magnet till the flare is equal on both sides of the vertical and horizontal lines (see following
not correct
correct
7.
Select the DOT COARSE test pattern, using the TEST button on the full function remote control.
8.
Adjust the focus potentiometer of the replaced CRT slightly clockwise.
9.
Adjust the 4-pole magnet till the dots have the best circular shape in the centre of the screen (see following
figure).
not correct
correct
Note. Repeat the 2-pole and 4-pole magnets alignments if necessary, because they influence each other.
10.
Select the HATCH COARSE test pattern, using the TEST button on the full function remote control.
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Adjust the focus till the flare disappear from the lines.
How to adjust the 2/4 pole
X
Y
X: adjusts the power of magnetic force
Y: adjusts the direction of the magnetic force
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SERVICE SETTING
Conditions:
Signal generator at 32 KHz horizontal frequency.
White window 50% of the screen.
Set the DIP switch SW02 on the micro board (with projector switched-off): switch no. 1 in ON position. The projector
will work in SERVICE MODE., .
To exit from SERVICE MODE: switch-off the projector and restore the DIP switch SW02 on the micro board:
1:
OFF
2:
OFF
3:
OFF
4:
OFF
Note: for a complete description of SW02 see paragraph regarding the PC097 micro board.
Use a signal window WHITE TEST PATTERN 100% modulated.
Press VID.S button, the following MENU will appear:
- VIDEO MENU -
- QSD MANAGER
- UPC MANAGER
- INPUT SETINGS
- BLANKINGS
- EHT NOISE RED.
- WHITE MENU
1
To exit from this MENU, press the EXIT button, or press the ESC button. The projector will return to the
external video signal.
Use the ↑ or ↓ cursor button to select WHITE MENU.
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WHITE MENU
This menu permits to change the three color temperature sets, presetted in Factory, at 3200°K, 6500°K and 9300°K.
- WHITE MENU -
- SET TO 3200° K
- SET TO 6500° K
- SET TO 9300° K
- SET TO USER° K
- SET TO BANK
- EDIT PRESET
- RESTORE PRESET
- CUT-OFF TIMING
1.
Use the ↑ or ↓ cursor button to select 6500 °K of colour temperature and then press ENTER.
2.
Use the ↑ or ↓ cursor button to select EDIT PRESET, pressing ENTER will be displayed
- G1 G2 PRESET 6500° K
R
3.
4.
5.
G
B
TARGET
23 23 23
DAC
77 77 77
ADC
23 23 23
Connect an oscilloscope probe to G1 of the green tube, TPG1 test point (use 100:1 probe).
Select green tube pressing Gsel button.
Using ↑ or ↓ cursor button adjust the cut-off level to 25 V.
↓ cut-off: 25 V.
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0 Vd.c.
6.
7.
8.
SERVICE GUIDE
→
Repeat the previous operations 3, 4 and 5 for the Red and for the Blue.
Adjust sequentially the three G2 potentiometers to obtain 23 ±5 value for each ADC relative to the R, G and B.
Press ENTER, will be displayed
- WHITE BALANCE 6500° K
BLACK
WHITE
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
17.
R
G B
53 30 56
67 76 61
Use a signal WINDOW WHITE TEST PATTERN 100% modulated (50% of the screen area).
Adjust the contrast to 100 and brightness to 0.
Connect an oscilloscope probe to the cathode of the GREEN tube, TPK test point (use 100:1 probe): adjust the
WHITE of the green for 150Vpp.
Disconnect the oscilloscope probe from the cathode of the green CRT.
Use a signal WINDOW WHITE TEST PATTERN 20% modulated (50% of the screen area).
Adjust contrast to 80 and brightness to 50.
Select colour temperature 6500° K on the COLOR ANALYSER
Press B button and with ↑ or ↓ cursor button adjust for the correct BLACK value (looking on the COLOR
ANALYZER).
Press R button and with ↑ or ↓ cursor button adjust for the correct R BLACK value (looking on the COLOR
ANALYZER).
Note. Don't adjust G value.
18.
19.
20.
Use a signal window WHITE TEST PATTERN 60% modulated (50% of the screen area).
Press Bsel button and with ↑ or ↓ cursor button adjust for the correct B WHITE value (looking on the COLOR
ANALYZER).
Press Rsel button and with ↑ or ↓ cursor button adjust for the correct R WHITE value (looking on the COLOR
ANALYZER).
Note. Don't adjust G value.
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SERVICE GUIDE
Repeat the operations from 16 to 20 till the BLA CK and WHITE values don't change.
Note. Adjusting the WHITE values could change the BLACK values and vice versa..
22.
23.
5.
Select a signal window WHITE TEST PATTERN 20% modulated.
Adjust the brightness to 80, then press EXIT.
Press INFO and successively RGB buttons to display the gains of the RGB channels, that will appear to left
side of the black and white values.
- WHITE BALANCE 6500° K
92
100
BLACK
WHITE
R
G B
53 50 53
65 90 65
84
25.
6.
Press B button to select B channel and with ↑ or ↓ cursor buttons adjust the gain for the correct BLACK value
(looking on the COLOR ANALYZER).
Press R button to select R channel and with ↑ or ↓ cursor button adjust the gain for the correct B BLACK
value (looking on the COLOR ANALYZER).
Note. Don't adjust G value.
27.
Press EXIT. To memorise immediately press MEMO, will appear:
COLOR TEMPERATURE MEMORIZED!
or pressing EXIT will appear:
INIT ALL BANKS TO6500?
press ENTER to memorise or EXIT to return to WHITE BALANCE menu without to store.
Note: pressing ENTER will be stored 6500°K into all banks from 00 till 29.
30.
For 3200°K (select like items 1 and 2) repeat the same operations from 8 to 29, taking the Red CRT as
reference: 150 Vpp on Red cathode and adjust only Green and Blue values to obtain the correct Black and White levels.
31.
For 9300°K (select like items 1 and 2) repeat the same operations from 8 to 29, taking the Green CRT as
reference: 150 Vpp on Green cathode and adjust only Blue and Red values to obtain the correct Black and White levels.
Note. The bank SET TO USER °K is charged in Factory at 6500°K.
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RESTORE PRESET
This function is useful to restore the colour temperature of the three sets adjusted in Factory at 3200°K, 6500°K and
9300°K when have been changed in User mode.
Note. When change the colour temperature set into WHITE MENU will change the Factory setting.
From the WHITE BALANCE menu select RESTORE PRESET, using the ↑ or ↓ cursor button, and press the ENTER
button. The following indication will appear.
WARNING !
RESTORE OLD XXXX°K TEMP ?
Press ENTER to confirm, will appear:
OLD DATA RESTORED !
CUT-OFF TIMING
This menu permits to determine the condition of the automatic cut-off.
From the WHITE BALANCE menu select CUT-OFF TIMING using the ↑ or ↓ cursor button and press the ENTER
button. The following menu will appear.
- CUT-OFF TIMING
FIRST CUT-OFF AFTER
20
SECOND CUT-OFF AFTER
40
CUT-OFF EVERY
10
NUM CYCLES
100
CUT-OFF ENABLE
NO
CUT-OFF WINDOW
OFF
Use the ↑ or ↓ cursor button to select the item
and ← or → button to change the value of the selected item.
•
•
•
•
•
•
FIRST CUT-OFF AFTER: may be changed from 02 to 30 min.
SECOND CUT-OFF AFTER: may be changed from 02 to 30 min.
CUT-OFF EVERY: may be changed from 02 to 30 min.
NUM CYCLES: may be changed from 050 (~2 sec.) - 100 -150 - 200 till 250 (~ 10 sec.).
CUT-OFF ENABLE: ON or OFF (when ON permits all cycles)
CUT-OFF WINDOW: ON or OFF
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Note. When the CUT-OFF WINDOW is selected ON permits, pressing RESET button, to see if all "cut-off circuits" are
working correctly (with video projector out any menu), looking at the following window that will appear on the screen:
DAC
ADC
97
23
78
23
69
23
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SERVICE MENU
Press the
button for a long time to enter into MAIN MENU, the following menu will appear.
- MAIN MENU
- VIDEO MENU
- OPTIONS
- INSTALL MENU
- SERVICE MENU
Use the ↑ or ↓ cursor to select SERVICE MENU then press ENTER, the following menu will appear.
- SERVICE MENU
- PATTERN PHASE
- WAVEFORM TEST
This menu permits to adjust the horizontal phase of the internal Pattern Signal and to check the automatic waveform
test.
PATTERN PHASE
Select the RGB input without any signal applied to it.
Use the ← or → cursor button to adjust the horizontal phase from 00 till 99.
The pattern have to be centred on the tubes, looking through the lenses.
PATTERN PHASE
CRT: RGB
H. VALUE: XX
Escaping from this menu, if any changes are made on settings, the projector will ask if the changes have to be
memorised, with the following message:
MEMORIZE PATTERN PHASE?
Press ENTER to memorize the new adjustment or EXIT to maintain the previous value.
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WAVEFORM TEST
This menu is used as test only; it shows automatically all adjustments that can be performed by the full remote control.
From the SERVICE MENU select the WAVE FORM BOARD item using the ↑ or ↓ cursor button and then press the
ENTER button. The following menu will appear:
- WAVE FORM BOARD -
-ZONE WAVETEST
- REGISTRATIONS WT
- FOCUS WAVETEST
- PICTURE WAVETEST
ZONE WAVETEST
It shows the convergence adjustments (see ZONE in the User manual): after three adjustments it stops, press → cursor
button to continue or ← cursor button to repeat the last three adjustments.
REGISTRATIONS WT
It shows the Registrations relative to geometry adjustments (see ZONE in the User manual); after three adjustments it
stops, press → cursor button to continue or ← cursor button to repeat the last three adjustments.
FOCUS WAVETEST
It shows the adjustments relative to dynamic focus and focus phase); press → cursor button to continue or ← cursor
button to repeat the last three adjustments.
PICTURE WAVETEST
It shows the black/white adjustments for the three CRT's and contrast, brightness, saturation and hue adjustments; after
three adjustments it stops, press → cursor button to continue or ← cursor button to repeat the last three adjustments.
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PICTURE WAVETEST
To reach this menu select OPTION, pressing OPT button, then MISCELLANEUS, at the end WORKING TIME.
This menu permits to know how long the projector and each CRT worked. In Service when replace one CRT reset the
relative time, as follow:
- with ↑ or ↓ button select the CRT replaced
- press RESET button, will appear
WARNING!
RESET XXX WORKING TIME?
Pressing ENTER the selected CRT will be reset to 0000.
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7. SDG UPC2000 INSTALLATION PROCEDURE
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Check the projector EEprom release : press the INFO key on the remote control and read the “SOFTWARE REL.”
on page 2/2. If SOFTWARE REL. is 6.04 or lower, replace the EEprom using the one supplied in the kit,
otherwise nothing has to be done.
Switch off the projector and remove the power cable
Remove the top plastic cover (see: par. 4.2.1 page 16 of the Instruction Manual).
Remove the top aluminum cover (A) by unscrewing 8 screws (B).
Remove the bottom aluminum cover (C) by unscrewing 6 screws (D).
Unscrew the 2 screws (E) at the side of the convergence heat sink and lift it.
Unscrew the screws (F) on the top of the UPC holder.
Insert UPC in the channels (G) and press it down.
Replace EEprom if necessary : unscrew the screws and remove the aluminum cover of microprocessor board
PC328 (the board is vertically mounted near the UPC board), extract the board, find out the integrated circuit
labeled IC29, replace IC29 with the other one provided in the up-converter kit.
Remount the microprocessor board
Reposition all the aluminum cover and the screws.
NOTE: When repositioning the bottom aluminum cover be careful to insert correctly the two LED 21 e 22 in the
holes (see page 6 pict. 3 of the Instruction Manual).
Close the top plastic cover and the two screws.
In order to use the UPC converter with the RC3100 remote see par. 3 page 8 and par. 3.14 page 11 of the
Instruction Manual, and with the RC3000 remote, see par.5 page 25 of the Instruct. Manual.
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8. SPARE PARTS LIST
How to find the correct part number
Choice the desired
ITEM number and
matches it with the
Technical Code
column; the technical
code is printed on to
the back panel label.
Example 1
Example 2
ITEM 1with
TC850136003
ITEM 1 with
TC850136019
Part number
800186000
Part number
800186200
SPARE PART LIST table 3/3 "CRT tubes"
ITEM
DESCRIPTION
TC
TC
TC
TC
TC
TC
TC
850136000 850136003 850136005 850136007 850136009 850136011 850136013
1
CRT video board
800186000 800186000 800186000 800186000 800186000 800186100 800186100
2
Astig. magnet assembly
722044000 722044000 722044000 722044000 722044000 722044000 722044000
3
Yokes assembly
702024000 702024000 702024000 702024000 702024000 702024000 702024000
Red CRT tube
710111000 710111000 710111000 710111000 710111000 710111000 710111000
4 RED
4 GREEN Green CRT tube
710112000 710112000 710112000 710112000 710112000 710112000 710112000
4 BLUE Blue CRT tube
710113000 710113000 710113000 710113000 710113000 710113000 710113000
5
ITEM
Proj. lens (front cover incl.)
DESCRIPTION
782089000 782089000 782089000 782089000 782089000 782089000 782089000
TC
TC
TC
TC
TC
TC
TC
850136014 850136015 850136017 850136019 850136021 850123023 850123025
1
CRT video board
800186200 800186200 800186200 800186200 800186200 800186200 800186200
2
Astigmatism magnet
assembly
Yokes assembly
722044000 722044000 722044000 722044000 722044000 722044000 722044000
Red CRT tube
710111000 710111000 710111000 710111000 710111000 710111000 710111000
3
4 RED
702024000 702024000 702024000 702024000 702024000 702024000 702024000
4 GREEN Green CRT tube
710112000 710112000 710112000 710112000 710112000 710112000 710112000
4 BLUE Blue CRT tube
710113000 710113000 710113000 710113000 710113000 710113000 710113000
5
Projection lens (front cover
included)
782089000 782089000 782089000 782089000 782089000 782089000 782089000
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1
2
3
4
9
5
8
6
7
1
2
3
4
5
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
10
11
12
13
2
14
1
15
16
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9. SVD800HD SPARE PART LIST
SVD800HD spare part list table 1/3 "Estetics"
ITEM
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
ITEM
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
DESCRIPTION
TC
TC
TC
TC
TC
TC
TC
850136000 850136003 850136005 850136007 850136009 850136011 850136013
Top cover
412663100 412663100 412663100 412663100 412663100 412663100 412663100
Back cover
480137000 480137000 480137000 480137000 480137000 480137000 480137000
Cooling fan
840179000 840179100 840179100 840179100 840179100 840179100 840179100
Right top cover
412669000 412669000 412669000 412669000 412669000 412669000 412669000
Right bottom cover
410113000 410113000 410113000 410113000 410113000 410113000 410113000
Back methallic panel
490228000 490228100 490228100 490228100 490228100 490228100 490228100
Left bottom cover
410112000 410112000 410112000 410112000 410112000 410112000 410112000
Left top cover
412672000 412672000 412672000 412672000 412672000 412672000 412672000
Front cover
423899000 423899000 423899001 423899001 423899001 423899001 423899001
Front bottom cover
420111000 420111000 420111000 420111000 420111000 420111000 420111000
DESCRIPTION
TC
TC
TC
TC
TC
TC
TC
850136014 850136015 850136017 850136019 850136021 850123023 850123025
Top cover
412663100 412663100 412663100 412663100 412663100 412663100 412663100
Back cover
480137000 480137000 480137000 480137000 480137000 480137000 480137000
Cooling fan
840179100 840179100 840179100 840179100 840179100 840179100 840179100
Right top cover
412669000 412669000 412669000 412669000 412669000 412669000 412669000
Right bottom cover
410113000 410113000 410113000 410113000 410113000 410113000 410113000
Back methallic panel
490228100 490228100 490228100 490228100 490228100 490228100 490228100
Left bottom cover
410112000 410112000 410112000 410112000 410112000 410112000 410112000
Left top cover
412672000 412672000 412672000 412672000 412672000 412672000 412672000
Front cover
423899001 423899001 423899001 423899001 423899001 423899001 423899001
Front bottom cover
420111000 420111000 420111000 420111000 420111000 420111000 420111000
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SVD800HD spare part list table 2/3 "Electronic boards"
ITEM
DESCRIPTION
TC
TC
TC
TC
TC
TC
TC
850136000 850136003 850136005 850136007 850136009 850136011 850136013
1
2
3
4
5
5a
Power supply
EHT & Dyn Focus PC132
Power convergence PC324
UPC PC122
Microprocessor PC328
EPROM with software
790117000 790117100 790117100 790117100 790119200 790119200 790119200
5b
6
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
EEPROM with factory datas
Waveform PC116
Waveform PC339
Video processor PC131
Sync processor PC226
Input PC322
Vertical deflection PC098
Horizontal deflection PC028
Mther board PC323
Hor. Shift & Prot PC121
EHT distributor
Potentiometer block
FBT PC326
931590525 931590525 931590525 931590525 931590525 931590525 931590525
805073102 805073102 800195000 800195000 800195000 -------------------------
ITEM
DESCRIPTION
800187000 800187100 800187100 800187100 800187100 800187100 800187100
800182000 800182000 800182000 800182000 800182000 800182000 800182000
800189100 800189100 800189100 800189100 800189100 800189100 800189100
931590524 931590524 931590524 931590524 931590530 931590531 931590531
(vers. 603) (vers. 603) (vers. 603) (vers. 603) (vers. 6.04) (vers. 6.05) (vers. 6.05)
------------------------------------------------------------- 800004000 800004010
805157203 800196000 800196000 800196000 800196000 800196000 800196000
800190000 800190100 800190100 800190100 800190100 800190200 800190200
800169000 800169100 800169100 800169100 800169100 800169100 800169200
805063100 800193000 800193000 800193000 800193000 800193100 800193110
805064101 800194000 800194000 800194000 800194000 800194000 800194000
800181000 800181100 800181100 800181100 800181100 800181100 800181100
805083100 805083100 805083100 805083100 805083200 805083200 805083200
540161000 540161000 540161000 540161000 540161000 540161000 540161000
550107000 550107000 550107000 550107000 550107000 550107000 550107000
800185000 800185000 800185000 800185000 800185000 800185100 800185100
TC
TC
TC
TC
TC
TC
TC
850136014 850136015 850136017 850136019 850136021 850123023 850123025
Power supply
EHT & Dyn Focus PC132
Power convergence PC324
UPC PC122
790119200 790119200 790119200 790119200 790119200 790119200 790119200
800187100 800187100 800187100 800187100 800187100 800187100 800187100
5
5a
Microprocessor PC328
EPROM with software
800189100 800189100 800189100 800189100 800189100 800189100 800189100
931590531 931590531 931590531 931590531 931590531 931590531 931590531
(vers. 6.05) (vers. 6.05) (vers. 6.05) (vers. 6.05) (vers. 6.05) (vers. 6.05) (vers. 6.05)
5b
6
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
EEPROM with factory datas
Waveform PC116
Waveform PC339
Video processor PC131
Sync processor PC226
Input PC322
Vertical deflection PC098
Horizontal deflection PC028
Mther board PC323
Hor. Shift & Prot PC121
EHT distributor
Potentiometer block
FBT PC326
931590525 931590525 931590525 931590525 931590525 931590525 931590525
1
2
3
4
800182000 800182000 800182000 800182000 800182000 800182000 800182000
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------800004010 800004010 800004010 800004010 800004010 800004010 800004010
800196200 800196200 800196200 800196200 800196200 800196210 800196210
800190200 800190200 800190300 800190300 800190300 800190300 800190300
800169200 800169210 800169210 800169210 800169210 800169210 800169210
800193110 800193110 800193110 800193110 800193110 800193110 800193110
800194000 800194000 800194000 800194000 800194000 800194000 800194000
800181100 800181100 800181200 800181200 800181200 800181200 800181200
805083200 805083200 805083200 805083200 805083200 800037000 800037000
540161000 540161000 540161000 540161000 540161000 540161000 540161000
550107000 550107000 550107000 550107000 550107000 550107000 550107000
800185200 800185200 800185200 800185200 800185200 800185200 800185200
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SVD800HD spare part list table 3/3 "CRT tubes"
ITEM
1
2
3
4R
4G
4B
5
ITEM
1
2
3
4R
4G
4B
5
DESCRIPTION
CRT video board
Astigmatism magnet assy
Yokes assembly
Red CRT tube
Green CRT tube
Blue CRT tube
Projection lens
(front cover included)
DESCRIPTION
CRT video board
Astigmatism magnet assy
Yokes assembly
Red CRT tube
Green CRT tube
Blue CRT tube
Projection lens
(front cover included)
TC
TC
TC
TC
TC
TC
TC
850136000 850136003 850136005 850136007 850136009 850136011 850136013
800186000 800186000 800186000 800186000 800186000 800186100 800186100
722044000 722044000 722044000 722044000 722044000 722044000 722044000
702024000 702024000 702024000 702024000 702024000 702024000 702024000
710111000 710111000 710111000 710111000 710111000 710111000 710111000
710112000 710112000 710112000 710112000 710112000 710112000 710112000
710113000 710113000 710113000 710113000 710113000 710113000 710113000
782089000 782089000 782089000 782089000 782089000 782089000 782089000
TC
TC
TC
TC
TC
TC
TC
850136014 850136015 850136017 850136019 850136021 850123023 850123025
800186200 800186200 800186200 800186200 800186200 800186200 800186200
722044000 722044000 722044000 722044000 722044000 722044000 722044000
702024000 702024000 702024000 702024000 702024000 702024000 702024000
710111000 710111000 710111000 710111000 710111000 710111000 710111000
710112000 710112000 710112000 710112000 710112000 710112000 710112000
710113000 710113000 710113000 710113000 710113000 710113000 710113000
782089000 782089000 782089000 782089000 782089000 782089000 782089000
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SVD800 Millennium spare part list table 1/3 "Estetics"
ITEM
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
DESCRIPTION
Top cover
Back cover
Cooling fan
Right top cover
Right bottom cover
Back methallic panel
Left bottom cover
Left top cover
Front cover
Front bottom cover
TC
TC
TC
TC
TC
TC
TC
TC
850009000 850009002 850009004 850009006 850009008 850009010 850009012 850009014
410007000 410007000 410007000 410007000 410007000 410007000 410007000 410007000
480013000 480013000 480013000 480013000 480013000 480013000 480013000 480013000
840179100 840179100 840179100 840179100 840179100 840179100 840179100 840179100
410002000 410002000 410002000 410002000 410002000 410002000 410002000 410002000
150003000 150003000 150003000 150003000 150003000 150003000 150003000 150003000
490228100 490228100 490228100 490228100 490228100 490228100 490228100 490228100
150002000 150002000 150002000 150002000 150002000 150002000 150002000 150002000
410003000 410003000 410003000 410003000 410003000 410003000 410003000 410003000
420001000 420001000 420001000 420001000 420001000 420001000 420001000 420001000
150001000 150001000 150001000 150001000 150001000 150001000 150001000 150001000
SVD800HD spare part list table 2/3 "Electronic boards"
ITEM
DESCRIPTION
TC
TC
TC
TC
TC
TC
TC
TC
850009000 850009002 850009004 850009006 850009008 850009010 850009012 850009014
1
2
3
4
5
5a
Power supply
EHT/Dyn Focus PC132
Power conv. PC324
UPC PC122
Microprocessor PC328
EPROM with software
6.05
EEPROM with factory
datas
Waveform PC116
Waveform PC339
Video proc. PC131
Sync proc. PC226
Input PC322
Vert. deflection PC098
Hor. deflection PC028
Mother board PC323
Hor.Shift/Prot PC121
EHT distributor
Potentiometer block
FBT PC326
790117200 790117200 790117200 790117200 790117200 790117200 790117200 790117200
5b
6
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
800187100 800187100 800187100 800187100 800187100 800187100 800187100 800187100
800182000 800182000 800182000 800182000 800182000 800182000 800182000 800182000
800189100 800189100 800189100 800189100 800189100 800189100 800189100 800189100
931590531 931590531 931590531 931590531 931590531 931590531 931590531 931590531
931590525 931590525 931590525 931590525 931590525 931590525 931590525 931590525
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800004010 800004010 800004010 800004010 800004010 800004010 800004010 800004010
800196200 800196200 800196200 800196200 800196200 800196200 800196210 800196210
800190200 800190200 800190300 800190300 800190300 800190300 800190300 800190300
800014000 800014010 800014010 800014010 800014010 800014010 800014010 800014010
800193110 800193110 800193110 800193110 800193110 800193110 800193110 800193110
800194000 800194000 800194000 800194000 800194000 800194000 800194000 800194000
800181100 800181100 800181200 800181200 800181200 800181200 800181200 800181200
805083200 805083200 805083100 805083100 805083200 805083200 800037000 800037000
540161000 540161000 540161000 540161000 540161000 540161000 540161000 540161000
550107000 550107000 550107000 550107000 550107000 550107000 550107000 550107000
800185000 800185000 800185000 800185000 800185000 800185000 800185000 800185000
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SVD800HD
SERVICE GUIDE
SVD800 Millennium spare part list table 3/3 "CRT tubes"
ITEM
1
2
3
4R
4G
4B
5
DESCRIPTION
CRT video board
Astig. magnet assy
Yokes assembly
Red CRT tube
Green CRT tube
Blue CRT tube
Projection lens
TC
TC
TC
TC
TC
TC
TC
TC
850009000 850009002 850009004 850009006 850009008 850009010 850009012 850009014
800186200 800186200 800186200 800186200 800186200 800186200 800186200 800186200
722044000 722044000 722044000 722044000 722044000 722044000 722044000 722044000
702024000 702024000 702024000 702024000 702024000 702024000 702024000 702024000
710111000 710111000 710111000 710111000 710111000 710111000 710111000 710111000
710112000 710112000 710112000 710112000 710112000 710112000 710112000 710112000
710113000 710113000 710113000 710113000 710113000 710113000 710113000 710113000
782089000 782089000 782089000 782089000 782089000 782089000 782089000 782089000
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SVD800HD
SERVICE GUIDE
SVD800HD Teatro spare part list table 1/3 "Estetics"
ITEM
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
TC 850063000
TC 850063002
Top cover
412663200
412663200
Back cover
480137000
480137000
Cooling fan
840179100
840179100
Right top cover
412669000
412669000
Right bottom cover
410113000
410113000
Back methallic panel
490228100
490228100
Left bottom cover
410112000
410112000
Left top cover
412672000
412672000
Front cover
423899001
423899001
Front bottom cover
420111000
420111000
DESCRIPTION
SVD800HD Teatro spare part list table 2/3 "Electronic boards"
ITEM
1
2
3
4
5
5a
5b
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
DESCRIPTION
TC 850062000
TC 850062000
Power supply
EHT & Dyn Focus PC132
Power convergence
PC324
UPC PC122
Microprocessor PC328
EPROM with software 6.03
790117200
790117200
800187100
800187100
800182000
800182000
800189100
800189100
931590524
931590524
EEPROM with factory
datas
Waveform PC339
Video processor PC131
Sync processor PC226
Input PC322
Vertical deflection PC098
Horizontal deflection
PC028
Mother board PC323
Hor. Shift & Prot PC121
EHT distributor
Potentiometer block
FBT PC326
931590525
931590525
800004010
800004010
800196210
800196210
800190300
800190300
800014010
800014010
800193110
800193110
800194000
800194000
800182000
800182000
800037000
800037000
540161000
540161000
550107000
550107000
800185000
800185000
SVD800HD Teatro spare part list table 3/3 "CRT tubes"
ITEM
1
2
3
4R
4G
4B
5
DESCRIPTION
CRT video board
Astigmatism magnet assy
Yokes assembly
Red CRT tube
Green CRT tube
Blue CRT tube
Projection lens
TC 850062000
TC 850062002
800186200
800186200
722044000
722044000
702024000
702024000
710111000
710111000
710112000
710112000
710113000
710113000
782089000
782089000
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SVD800HD
SERVICE GUIDE
SVD800HDB Teatro spare part list table 1/3 “estetics"
ITEM
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
TC 850064000
DESCRIPTION
TC 850064002
Top cover
41001000
41001000
Back cover
480009100
480009100
Cooling fan
840179100
840179100
Right top cover
410002000
410002000
Right bottom cover
410005000
410005000
Back methallic panel
490228100
490228100
Left bottom cover
410003000
410003000
Left top cover
410002000
410002000
Front cover
420002000
420002000
Front bottom cover
420001000
420001000
SVD800HDB Teatro spare part list table 2/3 "Electronic boards"
ITEM
1
2
3
4
5
5a
5b
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
DESCRIPTION
TC 850064000
TC 850064002
Power supply
EHT & Dyn Focus PC132
Power convergence
PC324
UPC PC122
Microprocessor PC328
EPROM with software 6.03
790117200
790117200
800187100
800187100
800182000
800182000
800189100
800189100
931590524
931590524
EEPROM with factory
datas
Waveform PC339
Video processor PC131
Sync processor PC226
Input PC322
Vertical deflection PC098
Horizontal deflection
PC028
Mother board PC323
Hor. Shift & Prot PC121
EHT distributor
Potentiometer block
FBT PC326
931590525
931590525
800004010
800004010
800196210
800196210
800190300
800190300
800169210
800169210
800193110
800193110
800194000
800194000
800182000
800182000
800037000
800037000
540161000
540161000
550107000
550107000
800185000
800185000
SVD800HDB Teatro spare part list table 3/3 "CRT tubes"
ITEM
1
2
3
4R
4G
4B
5
DESCRIPTION
CRT video board
Astigmatism magnet assy
Yokes assembly
Red CRT tube
Green CRT tube
Blue CRT tube
Projection lens
TC 850064000
TC 850064002
800186200
800186200
722044000
722044000
702024000
702024000
710111000
710111000
710112000
710112000
710113000
710113000
782089000
782089000
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