Hitachi 27UX01B-511, 27UX01B-501 User manual

Hitachi 27UX01B-511, 27UX01B-501 User manual

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SERVICE MANUAL

NTSC NA8 CHASSIS

PA No. 0139

27UX01B-501

27UX01B-511

R/C:

CLU-432UG

CAUTION:

Before servicing this chassis, it is important that the service technician read the “Safety

Precaution” and “Product Safety Notices” in this Service Manual.

This television will display television Closed

Captioning (

CC

or ) in accordance with paragraph 15.119 of the FCC rules.

CONTENTS

SAFETY PRECAUTIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2

PRODUCT SAFETY NOTICE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4

POWER SOURCE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4

SERVICE NOTES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5

SPECIFICATIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6

OPERATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7

SERVICE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15

CIRCUITS AND BLOCK DIAGRAMS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34

PARTS IDENTIFICATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38

PARTS LIST . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41

SPECIFICATIONS AND PARTS ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE FOR IMPROVEMENT

JUNE 2000

SOLID STATE COLOR TELEVISION

HHEA-MANUFACTURING DIVISION

SAFETY PRECAUTIONS

NOTICE: Comply with all cautions and safety-related notes located on or inside the cabinet and on the chasis or picture tube.

WARNING: Since the chasis of this receiver is connected to one side of the AC power supply during operation, whenever the receiver is plugged in, service should not be attempted by anyone unfamiliar with the precautions necessary when working on this type of receiver.

The following precautions should be observed:

1. Do not install, remove, or handle the picture tube in any manner unless shatterproof goggles are worn. People not so equipped should be kept away from the picture tube while handling.

2. When service is required, an isolation transformer should be inserted between power line and the receiver before any service is performed on a “HOT” chassis receiver.

3. When replacing a chassis in the receiver, all protective devices must be put back in place, such as barriers, nonmetallic knobs, adjustment and compartment covershields, isolation resistors, capacitors, etc.

4. When service is required, observe the original lead dress in the high voltage circuitry area.

5. Always use the manufacturer’s replacement components. Critical components as indicated on the circuit diagram should not be replaced by another manufacturer’s. Furthermore, where a short circuit has occurred, replace those components that indicate evidence of overheating.

6. Before returning a serviced receiver to the customer, the service technician must thoroughly test the unit to be certain that it is completely safe to operate without danger of electrical shock, and be sure that no protective device built into the receiver has become defective, or inadvertently defeated during servicing.

Therefore, the following checks should be performed for the continued protection of the customer and service technician.

Leakage Current Cold Check

With the AC plug removed from the 120V AC 60Hz source, place a jumper across the two plug prongs. Turn the AC power switch ON. Using an insulation tester (DC500V), connect one lead to the jumpered AC plug and touch the other lead to each exposed metal part (antennas, screwheads, metal overlays, control shafts, etc.), particularly any exposed metal part having a return path to the chassis should have a minimum resistor reading of

0.24M

and a maximum resistor reading of 12M

. Any resistance value below or above this range indicates an abnormality which requires corrective action. An exposed metal part not having a return path to the chassis will indicate an open circuit.

Leakage Current Hot Check

Plug the AC cord directly into a 120V AC 60Hz outlet (do not use an isolated transformer for this check). Turn the

AC power ON. Using a Leakage Current Tester

(Simpson’s Model 229 or equivalent), measure for current from all exposed metal parts of the cabinet (antennas, screwheads, overlays, control shafts, etc.). Any current measured must not exceed 0.5 milliamps.

DEVICE

UNDER

TEST

2-WIRE CORD

TEST ALL

EXPOSED METAL

SURFACES

ALSO TEST WITH

PLUG REVERSED

(USING AC ADAPTER

PLUG AS REQUIRED)

AC LEAKAGE TEST

(READING

SHOULD NOT BE

ABOVE 0.5mA)

LEAKAGE

CURRENT

TESTER

+ -

ANY MEASUREMENTS NOT WITHIN THE LIMITS

OUTLINED ABOVE ARE INDICATIVE OF A

POTENTIAL SHOCK HAZARD AND MUST BE

CORRECTED BEFORE RETURNING THE

RECEIVER TO THE CUSTOMER.

High voltage

This receiver is provided with a hold down circuit for clearly indicating that voltage has increased in excess of a predetermined value. Comply with all notes described in this service manual regarding this hold down circuit when servicing, so that this hold down circuit is operated correctly.

Serviceman Warning

With minimum BRIGHTNESS, CONTRAST,

SHARPNESS, and COLOR, the operating high voltage in this receiver is lower than 28.30kV ±1.25kV. In case any component having influence on the high voltage is replaced, confirm that high voltage with minimum

BRIGHTNESS, CONTRAST, SHARPNESS, and COLOR is lower than 28.30kV ±1.25kV. To measure high voltage use a High Impedance High Voltage meter. Connect (-) to chassis earth and (+) to the CRT ANODE button. (See the connection diagram on page 4.)

Note: Turn power switch OFF without fail before the connection to the Anode Button

EARTH

GROUND

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Important Safety Notice . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2

Safety Precautions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2

Product Safety Notice . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4

Horizontal Oscillator Disable Circuit . . . . 5

Receiver Feature Table . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6

Location of Controls (Receiver)

Receiver Front Control Panel . . . . . . . . . 7

Location of Controls (Remote). . . . . . . . . . . . . 8

Disassembly for Service . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15

Disassembly for CRT Replacement . . . . . . . . 15

Chassis Service Adjustment Procedures . . . 16

131.0V B+ Voltage Confirmation . . . . . 16

Source Voltage Chart . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16

B+ 5V Source Voltages. . . . . . . . . . . . . 16

MPU 5V . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16

Stand-by 5V . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16

B+ 9V Source Voltage . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16

B+ 12V (Stand-by) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16

High Voltage Check . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16

Purity and Convergence Procedures . . . . . . 17

Serviceman Mode (Electronic Controls) . . . . 20

Entering Serviceman Mode . . . . . . . . . 20

Toggle between Modes. . . . . . . . . . . . . 20

Exiting the Serviceman Mode . . . . . . . . 20

Sub-Data Adjustment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21

Cut-Off Adjustment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21

Pin Cushion Adjustment . . . . . . . . . . . . 22

MTS Adjustment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22

PIP Adjustment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23

Options Adjustment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24

Comb Filter Adustment . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25

To Check Purity . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26

Helpful Hints . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26

Instructional Flow Chart for Serviceman Mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27

Service Adjustments

(Electronic Control). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30

Sub-Brightness . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30

Sub-Contrast. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30

Tint/Color Adjustment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30

Color Temperature Adjustment . . . . . . . 31

Horizontal Centering . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32

MTS Circuit Adjustment . . . . . . . . . . . . 32

Clock Adjustment (S7) . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33

Vertical Size . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33

Service Adjustments

(Mechanical Controls). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33

Focus (Part of T551). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33

Audio Signal Path Block Diagram . . . . . . . . . 34

Video-Chroma Signal Path

Block Diagrams . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35

IC101 VCJ IN/OUT Pins and Functions . . . . . 36

IC001 MPU IN/OUT Pins and Functions. . . . . 37

Component Identification . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38

Parts List . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41

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PRODUCT SAFETY NOTICE

Many electrical and mechanical parts in HITACHI television receivers have special safety-related characteristics. These are often not evident from visual inspection nor can the protection afforded by them necessarily be obtained by using replacement components rated for higher voltage, wattage, etc. Replacement parts which have these special safety characteristics are identified in this Service manual.

Electrical components having such features are identified with a

!

mark in the schematics and parts list in this

Service Manual.

The use of a substitute replacement component which does not have the same safety characteristics as the

HITACHI recommended replacement component, shown in the parts list in this Service Manual, may create shock, fire, X-radiation, or other hazards.

Production safety is continuously under review and new instructions are issued from time to time. For the latest information, always consult the current HITACHI Service

Manual. [A subscription to, or additional copies of

HITACHI Service Manuals may be obtained at a nominal charge from HITACHI Sales Corporation.]

This Service Manual is intended for qualified service technicians; it is not meant for the casual do-it-yourselfer.

Qualified technicians have the necessary test equipment and tools, and have been trained to properly and safely repair complex products such as those covered by this manual. Improperly performed repairs can adversely affect the safety and reliability of the product and may void warranty. Consumers should not risk trying to do the necessary repairs and should refer to a qualified service technician.

WARNING

Lead in solder used in this product is listed by the California

Health and Welfare agency as a known reproductive toxicant which may cause birth defects or other reproductive harm (California Health and Safety Code,

Section 25249.5).

When servicing or handling circuit boards and other components which contain lead in solder, avoid unprotected skin contact with solder. Also, when soldering do not inhale any smoke or fumes produced.

SAFETY NOTICE

USE ISOLATION TRANSFORMER

WHEN SERVICING

CRT ANODE

CRT

CHASSIS

GROUND

HIGH

IMPEDANCE

H.V. METER

+ -

X-Radiation

TUBE: The primary source of X-Radiation in this receiver is the picture tube. The tube utilized in this chassis is specially constructed to limit X-Radiation emissions. For continued X-Radiation protection, the replacement tube must be the same type as the original HITACHI-approved type.

When troubleshooting and making test measurements in a receiver with excessive high voltage problem, avoid being unnecessarily close to the picture tube and high voltage components.

Do not operate the chassis longer than is necessary to locate the cause of excessive voltage.

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Components having special safety characteristics identified by

!

on the parts list in this service manual and its supplements and bulletins. Before servicing this product, it is important that the service technician read and follow the “Safety Precautions” and the “Product Safety

Notices” in this Service Manual.

For continued X-Radiation protection, replace picture tube with original type or HITACHI equivalent type.

POWER SOURCE

This television receiver is designed to operate on 120Volt/

60Hz, AC house current. Insert the power cord into a

120Volts/60Hz outlet.

NEVER CONNECT THE TV TO OTHER THAN THE

SPECIFIED VOLTAGE OR TO DIRECT CURRENT.

Service Notes

Equipment needed to check the disabled circuit: IMPORTANT: To protect against possible damage to the solid state devices due to arcing or static discharge, make certain that all ground wires and CRT

DAG wire are securely connected.

1. Voltmeter (0 - 200V scale)

2. High Voltage Meter (0- 50kV)

CAUTION: The power supply circuit is above earth ground and the chassis cannot be polarized. Use an isolation transformer when servicing the Receiver to avoid damage to the test equipment or to the chassis.

Connect the test equipment to the proper ground ( ) or

( ) when servicing, or incorrect voltages will be measured.

WARNING: This Receiver has been designed to meet or exceed applicable safety and X-ray radiation protection as specified by government agencies and independent testing laboratories.

To maintain original product safety design standards relative to X-ray radiation and shock and fire hazard, parts indicated with the symbol

!

on the schematic must be replaced with identical parts. Order parts from the manufacturer’s parts center using the parts numbers shown in this service manual, or provide the chassis number and the part reference number.

For optimum performance and reliability, all other parts should be replaced with components of identical specification.

Horizontal Oscillator Disable Circuit

This chassis employs a special circuit to protect against excessive high voltage and beam current. If, for any reason, the high voltage and beam current exceed a predetermined level this protective circuit activates and detunes the horizontal oscillator that limits the high voltage. The over-voltage protection circuit is not adjustable. However, if components indicated by the symbol

!

on the schematic in either the horizontal sweep system or the over-voltage protection circuit itself are changed, the operation of the circuit should be checked using the following procedure:

3. Variac or Isolation Transformer

Procedure:

1.

Tune in a station to verify that the horizontal is in sync.

2.

Obtain a Monoscope pattern or a signal generator crosshatch pattern

3.

Turn the Receiver OFF. Connect a jumper across

IC803 pin 3 and pin 4. Apply +9V DC to cathode of

D001.

4.

Reduce the AC supply voltage to approximately

45V. Connect the high voltage meter to the CRT anode. (H.V. button).

Note: Use the Dag Ground (C10 on the CRT Board)

to connect the (-) lead of the meter.

5.

Turn the Receiver ON. Slowly increase the AC supply voltage and verify that the high voltages does not exceed 37.1kV, when horizontal just begins to pull out of sync. If the high voltage is not within the specified limit, the cause must be determined and corrected before the Receiver is returned to the customer.

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Receiver Feature Table

Chassis

Tuning system

# of channels

Menu language

Closed Caption

V-Chip

75

input

Picture in Picture

Remote Model #

Picture tube

V/A norm (X=both)

MTS/SAP/DBX

Volume Correction

Built-in audio power

# of speakers

A/V in (rear/front)

Dimensions

(HxWxD)

Weight (kg/lbs) mm in

Power source (V/Hz)

Anode voltage

Video input jack

Audio input jack

A-Board TNP2AH017

C-Board TNP2AA047

S-Board TNPA0190

Y-Board TNPA1059

FEATURE\MODEL

27UX01B-501

27UX01B-511

NA8

96K

181

Eng/Span/Fr

X

X

X

2T

HL01423

M68LGLO61X

X

X

X

5Wx2 (10%)

2

3(2/1)

594.8x665.2x544.5

23.4x26.1x21.4

38/83.6

120/60

28.30kV ±1.25kV

1V p-p

75

, phono jack

500mV RMS 47k

AE

AP

AL

BC

Table 1. Receiver Features

Specifications are subject to change without notice or obligation.

Dimensions and weights are approximate.

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Location of Controls (Receiver)

1 2 3 4 5 6

1

2

3

4

5

Figure 1. Location of Controls Receiver

Quick Reference Control Operation

Quick Reference

Control Operation

Power Button - Press to turn ON or OFF.

Volume Buttons - Press to adjust Audio Level, or to adjust Audio Menus, Video

Menus, and select operating features when menus are displayed

Channel Buttons - Press to select programmed channels. Press to highlight desired features when menus are displayed.

Menu Button - Press to display Main Menu and access On Screen feature and

Adjustment Menus.

Input Button - Press to select TV or one of two Video Inputs.

6

AV Input - AV and earphone jacks.

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Power Button

Press to turn ON or OFF.

PIP Buttons

Press to control PIP features.

PIP CH Buttons

Press to select PIP channels.

Menu Button

Press to display main menu and access or exit onscreen features and adjustment menus.

Mute Button

Press to mute audio (Closed Caption appears, if available). A second press resumes audio (Closed Caption will not be displayed).

Volume Buttons

Press to adjust TV audio level.

Keypad Buttons

Press desired channel number to randomly access any channel.

Input Button

Press to select TV or video input.

Location of Controls (Remote)

Mode Buttons

Set remote to control your TV, cable box, satellite dish, DVD or

VCR.

TV/VCR Button

When controlling the TV or VCR, this switches TV/VCR. When controlling cable, this switches between A and B.

Cursor Button

Press to adjust audio menus, video menus and select operating features.

Exit Button

Press to exit selection and adjusting menus.

Lst-Ch (Last Channel) Button

Press to switch to the previous channel.

Channel Button

Press to select channels.

Sleep Button

Press to turn TV off in 30, 60 or 90 minutes.

Precoded VCR/DVD Buttons

These buttons transmit the chosen precoded VCR/DVD codes.

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Figure 2. Location of Controls (Remote)

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Remote Control Quick Reference Functional Key Chart

Key Operates Function

POWER

TV

VCR

DVD

CABLE

SATELLITE

Turns On and Off selected components

TV

TV TV mode selection for remote control

CBL/SAT

VCR/DVD

CABLE

SATELLITE

Cable mode selection for remote control

Satellite mode selection for remote control

VCR

DVD

VCR mode selection for remote control

DVD mode selection for remote control

PIP

TV

Displays the PIP frame, press button once more, and PIP frame becomes smaller

SWAP

TV Switches PIP and Main picture source

MOVE

FREEZE

TV

TV

Moves the PIP frame to one of four corners of Main picture

Freezes the PIP picture

PIP CH

TV/VCR

TV

TV

VCR

CABLE

Selects channels for the PIP frame

Selects TV or VCR mode

Selects TV or VCR mode

Selects A/B

Menu navigation

TV

MENU

EXIT

LST-CH

MUTE

TV

TV

TV

TV

TV

Access and Exits menus

Exits selection and adjusting menus

Returns to previous channel

Mutes TV Audio

Volume up/down

VOL

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Key

CH

KEYPAD BUTTONS

1

4

7

2

5

8

0

3

6

9

INPUT

Operates Function (Continued)

TV

CABLE/

SATELLITE

Channel up/down for main picture

Channel up/down

TV

Selects channel

VCR

DVD

CABLE/

SATELLITE

Selects channel

Selects channel

TV Selects input mode

SLEEP

TV Selects SLEEP timer menu

REC

CS

RECALL

VCR

DVD

VCR

DVD

VCR

DVD

VCR

DVD

VCR

DVD

VCR

DVD

VCR

DVD

VCR

DVD

Rewind

Play

Fast forward

Record

Stop

Pause

Not used for this model

Displays channel, time, channel I.D. and audio mode

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Programming the Remote

VCR Functions

This remote is designed to operate different brands of VCRs. You must first program the remote to match the remote system of your VCR.

Procedure

1. Turn ON your VCR.

2. Aim the remote control at the front of your VCR.

3. While holding down the VCR button on the remote, enter the 2-digit preset code that matches your VCR.

(See “Component Codes” on page 12~ page 14.) The remote will turn off your VCR when the correct 2 digit preset code is entered. When this occurs, the remote control is programmed for your VCR. If the VCR does not turn off after 25 seconds, try a different code, if available.

4. The remote will now control your VCR.

Notes

If your VCR will not operate remotely after performing the above procedures, this means that your

VCR’s code has not been coded into the remote. Please consult your VCR’s operating guide.

The remote control will remember the codes you have programmed in until the batteries are removed from the remote control. After replacing the batteries repeat the programming procedure stated above.

If your VCR does not have a remote power function, the remote will issue the CHANNEL UP function.

The MENU button will act as the VCR MENU button for HITACHI VCRs.

The INPUT button will act as your VCR +100 button, if required.

Cable/Satellite Box Functions

This remote is designed to operate different brands of cable boxes and Satellite boxes. You must first program the remote to match the remote system in your cable/satellite box.

Procedure

1. Turn ON your cable/satellite box.

2. Aim the remote control at the front of your cable/satellite box.

3. While holding down the CABLE button on the remote, enter the 2 digit preset code (See “Component

Codes” on page 12 ~ page 14) that matches your cable/satellite box. The remote will turn off your cable/ satellite box when the correct 2 digit code is entered. When this occurs, the remote control is programmed for your cable/satellite box. If the cable/satellite box does not turn off after 5 seconds, try another 2 digit preset code, if available.

4. The remote will now control your cable/satellite box.

Notes

If your cable/satellite box will not operate remotely after performing the above procedures, this means that your cable/satellite box code has not been coded into the remote. Please consult your cable/ satellite box operating guide.

The remote control will remember the codes you have programmed in until the batteries are removed from the remote control. After replacing the batteries, repeat the entire programming procedure stated above.

If your cable/satellite box does not have a remote power function, the remote will issue the CHANNEL

UP function.

Write the code numbers from tables in this space. This will serve as a reference if you need to program your remote control.

CABLE/SATELLITE BOX VCR

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Component Codes

The remote control is capable of operating many brands of VCRs and cable/satellite boxes. You must first program the remote control to match the remote system in your VCR or cable/satellite box.

Some models of VCRs or cable/satellite boxes may not remotely operate because the codes are not available due to limited memory. The remote control is not designed to control all features that are available in all models.

VCR

Brand Code

Adventura

Aiko

Aiwa

Akai

American High

Asha

Audiovox

Beaumark

Bell & Howell

Brandt

Broksonic

Calix

Canon

Capehart

Carver

CCE

Citizen

Colt

Craig

Curtis Mathes

Cybernex

Daewoo

Dayton

Dynatech

Electrohome

Electrophonic

Emerex

Emerson

Fisher

Fuji

Funai

Garrard

19, 21, 25, 30

07, 09

00

00

GE

Goldstar

09, 22, 24, 39

04, 10, 11

Gradiente 00

Harley Davidson 00

Harmon/Kardon 11

Harwood 27

Headquarter

HI-Q

18

19

Hitachi

Jensen

14, 15, 24, 31

14

09

48

10

48

00

50

00

14, 23, 49

30

38

33, 37, 43, 51, 52

10

09

05

28

27, 50

10, 50

27

10, 19, 27, 48

09, 14, 22

48

03, 05, 17, 29, 50

05

00

10

10

06

00, 01, 10, 16, 23, 33, 37, 40, 41, 43, 44,

50, 51, 52,

Brand Code

JVC

KEC

Kenwood

KLH

Kodak

Lloyd

Lloyd’s

Logik

LXI

Magnavox

Magnin

Marantz

Marta

Matsushita

MEI

Memorex

02, 14, 26

10, 50

11, 14, 26

27

9, 10

00

40

27

10

09, 12, 28, 32, 34

48

09, 28

10

09

09

00, 09, 10, 12, 18, 19, 20, 30, 48

MGA 16, 23

MGN Technology 48

Minolta

Mitsubishi

15, 23

16, 23, 26, 36, 49

Motorola

MTC

Multitech

NEC

09, 20

00, 48

00, 27

11, 13, 14, 26, 30

Nikko

Noblex

Olympus

Optimus

Orion

Panasonic

J.C. Penney

Pentax

10

48

09, 47

10, 20, 30

51

09, 35, 46, 47, 53

09, 10, 11, 13, 15, 21, 48

15, 24, 31

Philco

Philips

Pilot

Pioneer

Portland

Portec

Pulsar

Quarter

Quartz

Quasar

Radio Shack

05

27

12

18

09

09, 28, 32

10

26

18

09

00, 10

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Brand

Sansui

Sanyo

Scott

Sears

Sharp

Shintom

Shogun

Singer

Radix

Randex

RCA

Realistic

Ricoh

Runco

Samsung

Sanky

Sony

STS

Sylvania

Code

10

10

15, 22, 24, 31, 34, 39

00, 09, 10, 18, 19, 20, 25, 30, 48

08

12

17, 48

12, 20

20

27

48

27

14, 26

18, 19, 30, 48

16, 17, 33, 37, 43, 44

09, 10, 15, 18, 19, 21, 25, 30, 31

06, 07, 08, 09

15

00, 09, 16, 28, 32

Brand Code

Symphonic

Tatung

Teac

Technics

Teknika

Telefunken

TMK

Toshiba

00

14

00, 14

09, 35

09, 35

00, 09,10

38

40, 48

Totevision

Unitech

16, 17, 25, 44

10, 48

Vector 48

Vector Research 17

Video Concepts 11, 13

Videosonic 13, 17, 23

Wards

XR-1000

00, 09, 15, 19, 20, 22, 27, 34, 44, 48

27, 34, 44, 48

Yamaha

Zenith

11

07, 08, 12

Brand

ABC

Antronix

Archer

Belcor

Cable Star

Century

Citizen

Colour Voice

Comtronics

Contec

Brand

General

Instrument

Jerrold

Primestar

RCA

Sony

61

61, 62

61, 62

60

63

SATELLITE

Code

TV

Brand

Hitachi

Megatron

Code

00

00

CABLE BOX

Code

01, 03, 05, 06, 09, 11, 12, 14, 30

44

28, 40, 44

31

31

40

40

19, 25

29, 34

15

Brand

Dae Ryung

Eastern

Electricord

Everquest

06

02

37

13

Focus

Garrard

57

40

GC Electronics 31, 44

Gemini 13, 32, 36, 46

General

Instrument/

09, 51

Code

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Brand

Goldstar

Hamlin

Hitachi

Hytex

Jasco

Jerrold

Macom

Magnavox

Memorex

Movie Time

NSC

Oak

Panasonic

Paragon

Philips

Pioneer

Popular

Mechanics

Pulsar

RCA

Realistic

Recoton

Regal

Regency

Rembrandt

Runco

Code

29, 39

08, 16, 27, 49, 50

09

05

40

03, 09, 10, 12, 13, 30, 51

26

21

00

35, 37, 42

35, 36, 42

05, 15, 47

00,17, 38

00

19, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 40, 46, 54

18, 39, 65

57

00

17

44

57

16, 49, 50, 53

02

09, 36

00

Brand Code

Samsung 29, 39

Scientific Atlanta 04, 06, 14, 52

Signal

Signature

13, 29

09

SL Marx

Sprucer

Starcom

Stargate

29

17, 55

03, 13, 30

13, 29

Starquest

Starsight

Sylvania

Teleview

Texscan

Tocom

Toshiba

Tusa

13

58, 59

01

29

01

10, 11, 33

00

13

TV86

Unika

United Artists

United Cable

Universal

Videoway

Viewstar

Zenith

Zentek

35

40, 44

05

03

28, 31, 37, 40, 43, 44

48

21, 34, 35, 45

00, 64

57

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Disassembly for Service

Back Cover

Remove all the screws marked with an arrow( ) from the back of the Receiver.

Note: Screw configuration, type, and number of

screws vary depending on the model of the

Receiver serviced and the application; various models are covered in this Manual. Use same hardware when reassembling the receiver.

• 3 screws at the top edge of the Receiver.

• 1 screw at each lower corner of the Receiver.

• 1 screw by the retainer plate of the AC power cord.

• 1 screw by the Flyback assembly.

• 1 screw by the A/V jacks.

• 1 screw by the VAO OUT jacks.

A-Board - Main Chassis

1.

Slide the chassis completely out of the guide rails.

2.

Stand the Receiver on its edge. The underside of the board is completely accessible for component replacement.

Note: Some tie-wraps that secure the wire dressings

may need to be unfastened for chassis removal.

C-Board - CRT Output

Plugs into the socket on the CRT neck.

Y-Board - PIP Processing

Plugs into the A-Board.

S-Board - Second Tuner

Slides into left side of chassis.

Speakers

Each speaker is secured to the cabinet’s front with

4 screws.

Keyboard Push Button Assembly

Fastened to the inside of the cabinet front with up to 3 screws.

Disassembly for CRT

Replacement

1.

Discharge the CRT as instructed in the Safety

Precautions (see page 2).

2.

Disconnect the yoke (DY) plug, degaussing coil

(DEG) plug and the CRT 2nd anode button from the main board.

3.

Remove the C-Board from the CRT base and unplug the black wire (CRT dag ground) C10.

4.

Disconnect the A11, A12, and Speakers plugs from the A-Board.

5.

Lift the Main Chassis (A-Board) and all mounted boards completely out with the CRT Board attached.

CRT Replacement

1.

Perform Disassembly for CRT Replacement procedure.

2.

Insure that the CRT H.V. Anode button is discharged before handling the CRT. Read the

Safety Precautions (see page 2) on handling the picture tube.

3.

Remove the components from the CRT neck and place the cabinet face down on a soft pad.

4.

Note the original order for the CRT mounting hardware as they are removed from the CRT mounting brackets at each corner of the CRT.

5.

Remove the CRT with the degaussing coil and the dag ground braid attached.

6.

Note the original locations and mounting of the degaussing coil and the dag ground assembly to insure proper reinstallation on the replacement

CRT.

To remove and re-mount the degaussing coil:

The degaussing coil is held in place by clampers fastened to the CRT corner ears. These clampers must be installed onto the replacement CRT prior to mounting the degaussing coil.

To remove and re-mount the dag ground braid:

a. Unhook the coil spring from the bottom corners of the CRT ears.

b. Release the braid loop from the upper corners of the CRT ears.

7.

Mount the dag ground braid on the replacement

CRT. Position the degaussing coil with new ties.

Dress coil as was on the original CRT.

8.

Replace the components on CRT neck and re-install into cabinet. Verify that all ground wires and circuit board plugs get connected.

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Chassis Service Adjustment Procedures

All service adjustments are factory preset and should not require adjustment unless controls and/or associated components are replaced.

Note: Connect the (-) lead of the voltmeter to the appropriate ground. Use IC803’s heat sink when the HOT ground

symbol ( ) is used. Otherwise, use COLD ground ( ) — Tuner shield, IC451’s heat sink or FA2.

A-BOARD

IC 6501

SP

IC 451

A7

1

IC 001

64

IC 551

IC 552

COLD ( )

Q501

A8

HOT ( )

IC 002

A31

A32

32 33

T

U

N

E

R

A11

1

IC 101

52

Figure 3. A-Board

Main Components and Test Points

IC 4402

26 27

A61

FA1 CLK

DATA TP15 FA2

TP

IC 2302

IC 2321

RL801

IC 803

F801

C552

TPD9

TPD8

C809

Q551

D554

FOCUS SCREEN

Viewed from the trace side (bottom of the circuit board)

MOMENTARILY CONNECT A JUMPER FOR ENTERING SERVICE MODE (FA1 to FA2 )

131.0V B+ Voltage Confirmation

1.

Set the Bright and the Picture to Minimum by using the Picture Menu.

2.

Connect the DVM between C809(+ side) and cold ground ( ).

3.

Confirm that B+ voltage is 131.0V ± 2.5V. This voltage supplies B+ to the Horizontal Output &

Flyback circuits.

MPU 5V:

Emitter Q002 = IC001 (V

DD

, AV

DD

).

Stand-by 5V:

IC001 (key in 1), I

2

C EEPROM (IC002), Remote

Receiver.

B+ 9V Source Voltage

IC551 pin 3 = IC101 (IF 9V), Tuner (BM).

Source Voltage Chart

120V AC line input. Set the Bright and the Picture to

Minimum by using the Picture Menu. Use cold ground

B+ 12V (Stand- by)

Note: +16V when power is on

Cathode D001 = RL801 (on-off relay), Q002 (+5V

Reg).

( ) for the (-) lead of the DVM.

C572 (+)

TPD9

C552(+)

TPD8

IC551 pin3

Cathode of D554

+5.0V ± 0.25V

+13.0V ± 2V

+8.0V ± 1V

+27.4V ± 2V

+9.0V ± 0.5V

+220.0V ± 5V

Adjust Picture Menu for normalized video adjustments.

High Voltage Check

1.

Select an active TV channel and confirm that horizontal is in sync.

2.

Adjust Brightness and Picture using Picture Icon menu so video just disappears.

3.

Confirm B+ 131V is within limit.

4.

Using a high voltage meter confirm that the High

Voltage is 28.30kV ±1.25kV .

B+ 5V Source Voltages

Volatile 5V:

C572, + side = IC552 pin 3, Tuner BP, IC101 (IF 5V).

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Purity and Convergence Procedure

Adjustment is necessary only if the CRT or the deflection yoke is replaced or if the setting was disturbed. The complete procedure consists of:

1.

Vertical Raster Shift Adjustment. (Only for Models

with Purity/Convergence Assembly with 4 Pairs

of Rings).

2.

Initial static convergence.

3.

Setting the purity.

4.

Final static convergence.

When the CRT or the Yoke is Replaced

Place the yoke on the CRT neck (do not tighten the clamp).

For a 2-piece assembly (see Fig. 4):

Position purity/convergence assembly as shown and tighten clamp snugly. Remove the hot-melt glue seal on assembly and position like tabs of purity device together at 12 o’clock to reduce its magnetic field effect.

For a 1-piece assembly (see Fig. 7):

Position like tabs of purity devices together at 12 o’clock to reduce any magnetic field effect. (For better results, note part number and look for specifications at

Service Center)

For either assemblies:

Turn the Receiver ON. Operate the Receiver for 60 minutes using the first Purity Check field (white screen) to stabilize the CRT.

R&B Convergence Rings

R&B&G Convergence Rings

Purity Rings Centered

Over G3/G4 Gap

Figure 7. Positioning of Purity/Convergence

Assembly (1-piece assembly)

Fully degauss the Receiver by using an external degaussing coil.

G3 G4

Slide the deflection yoke back and forth on the neck of the CRT until it produces a near white, uniform raster.

Figure 4.

Positioning of Purity/Convergence Assembly

(2-piece assembly)

For models using 4 pairs of rings, place the vertical raster shift tabs at 3 o’clock (90 o

from the purity and convergence tabs, see Fig. 5 and Fig. 6)

R&B Convergence Rings

R&B&G Convergence Rings

Purity Rings Centered

Over G3/G4 Gap

G3 G4

Vertical Raster Shift Ring

Figure 5.

Positioning of Purity/Convergence Assembly

(4 Pairs of Rings)

Vertical Raster Shift Adjustment

(Only for

Models with Purity/Convergence Assembly with 4

Pairs of Rings).

Apply a green pattern with a horizontal line, adjust the

Deflection Yoke so that has no tilt, then secure it.

Adjust center line of the pattern with the mechanical center of the CRT, this center is determined by two marks at the side edges of the screen. To adjust the line, once the vertical raster shift tabs are place at 3 o’clock to reduce its magnetic field effect (see Fig. 5 and Fig. 6) open the tabs the same angle from the center, until the center line of the pattern becomes a straight line, centered with the marks of the CRT. (see

Fig. 8)

Center line from pattern

Open the same angle from center

R&B&G Convergence Rings

R&B Convergence Rings

90 o

Mechanical

Center Marks

Vertical Raster Shift tabs

Vertical Raster

Shift Rings

Figure 8.

Vertical Raster Shift Adjustment

(4 pairs of rings assembly)

Purity Rings

Figure 6.

Positioning of Purity/Convergence Assembly

(4 Pairs of Rings)

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Initial Center Static Convergence

Connect a dot/cross hatch generator to the Receiver and tune in a signal. Observe misconvergence at center of the screen only.

Adjust the R&B pole magnets; by separating tabs and rotating to converge blue with red.

Adjust the R&B and R&B&G pole magnets: by separating tabs and rotating to converge blue and red

(magenta) with green.

Note: Precise convergence at this point is

not important.

Purity Adjustment

When the Receiver is in the Serviceman Mode for making electronic adjustments, press the Recall button on the Remote Control to enter Purity Check. (See the

Service Adjustments Electronic Controls

procedure).

Operate the Receiver for 60 minutes using the first

Purity Check field (white screen) to stabilize the CRT.

Fully degauss the Receiver by using an external degaussing coil.

Press the Recall button on the Remote Control again until the Purity Check (green screen) appears.

For a 2-piece assembly (see Fig. 4):

Loosen the deflection yoke clamp screw and move the deflection yoke back as close to the purity magnet as possible.

Adjust the Purity rings to set the vertical green raster precisely at the center of the screen (see Fig. 9).

Final Convergence Procedure

(see Fig. 10 through Fig. 12):

Note: Vertical size and focus adjustments must be

completed prior to performing the convergence adjustment. Connect a dot pattern generator to the

Receiver. The Brightness level should not be higher than necessary to obtain a clear pattern.

Converge the red and the blue dots at the center of the screen by rotating the R&B pole Static Convergence

Magnets.

Align The converged red/blue dots with the green dots at the center of the screen by rotating the R&B&G pole

Static Convergence Magnets. Melt wax with soldering iron to reseal the magnets.

Slightly tilt vertically and horizontally (do not rotate) the deflection yoke to obtain a good overall convergence.

If convergence is not reached at the edges, insert permalloy (see following section) from the DY corners to achieve proper convergence. Recheck for purity and readjust if necessary.

After vertical adjustment of the yoke, insert wedge at

11 o’clock position, then make the horizontal tilt adjustment.

Secure the deflection yoke by inserting two side wedges at 3 and 7 o’clock positions.

Apply adhesive between tab (thin portion) of wedge and CRT and place tape over the tab to secure to the CRT.

NOTES:

1. CRT warm up with white screen

(three guns activated) is needed to stabilize the shadow mask expansion.

2. Initial center static convergence

(roughly centers three gun beams) is required in order to perform purity adjustment.

Figure 9. Green Raster Adjustment

Green Raster

Slowly move the deflection yoke forward until the best overall green screen is displayed.

For a 1-piece assembly (see Fig. 7):

Slowly move the deflection yoke and purity rings assembly toward the CRT board and adjust the purity magnet rings to set vertical green raster at center of screen (see Fig. 9).

Gradually move the deflection yoke & purity rings forward and adjust for best overall green screen.

Continue from here for either assemblies:

Tighten the deflection yoke clamp screw.

Press the Recall button on the Remote Control again until the purity check (blue screen) and (red screen) appear and observe that good purity is obtained on each respective field.

Press the Recall button on the Remote Control again until Purity check (white screen) appears. Observe the screen for uniform white. If purity has not been achieved, repeat the above procedure.

Permalloy Convergence Corrector Strip

(Part No. 0FMK014ZZ)

This strip is used in some sets to match the yoke and

CRT for optimum convergence. If the yoke or CRT is replaced, the strip may not be required.

First converge the set without the strip and observe the corners.

If correction is needed:

1.

Place strip between CRT and yoke, in quadrant needing correction. Slowly move it around for desired results.

2.

Press adhesive tightly to the CRT and secure with tape.

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R

G

B

As the yoke is tilted vertically, the rasters produced by the outside guns rotate in opposite directions.

Figure 10. Vertical Yoke Movement

Raster produced from one of the outside electron beams

R G B

Raster from the other side electron beam

Static convergence magnets are set for center convergence

As the yoke is tilted horizontally, one raster gets larger while the other gets smaller

Figure 11. Horizontal Yoke Movement

Static Convergence Magnets

Converges

R/B with G

Converges

R with B

11 o’clock Position

Double sided adhesive tape

Purity/Convergence

Assembly Clamp

3 o’clock Position

Purity Rings Adj. on

Green Raster

Yoke Positioning Wedges for Dynamic Convergence

7 o’clock Position

Figure 12. Convergence Magnets and Wedges Location

Note: For models using 4 pairs of rings

assemblies see Fig. 5 for details

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Serviceman Mode (Electronic Controls)

This Receiver has electronic technology using the I²C Bus Concept. It performs as a control function and it replaces many mechanical controls. Instead of adjusting mechanical controls individually, many of the control functions are now performed by using “On Screen Display Menu”. (The Serviceman Adjustment Mode.)

Note: It is suggested that the technician reads all the way through and understand the following procedure for

Entering/Exiting the Serviceman Adjustment Mode; then proceed with the instructions working with the

Receiver. When becoming familiar with the procedure, the Flow Chart for Serviceman Mode may be used as a quick guide.

Quick Entry to Serviceman Mode:

At times when minor adjustments need to be done to the electronic controls, the method of Entering the serviceman Mode without removal of the cabinet back is as follows using the Remote Control:

1.

Select SET-UP icon and select CABLE mode.

2.

Select CLOCK icon and set SLEEP time for 30 Min.

3.

Press MENU button twice to exit menus.

4.

Tune to the Channel 124.

5.

Adjust VOLUME to minimum (0).

6.

Press the VOL button (decrease) on Receiver. Red “CHK” appears in upper corner.

To toggle between Aging and Serviceman modes:

While the “CHK” is displayed on the left top corner of the CRT, pressing the Action and the Volume Up buttons on the Receiver simultaneously will toggle between the modes. Red “CHK” for Serviceman and yellow “CHK” for

Aging.

7.

Press the Power Button on the Remote Control to select one of seven Serviceman Adjustment Modes.

1) B= Serviceman VCJ SUB-DATA ADJUSTEMENT.

2) C= Serviceman VCJ CUT-OFF ADJUSTMENT.

3) D= Serviceman PIN CUSHION ADJUSTMENT.

4) M= Serviceman MTS ADJUSTMENTS.

5) P= Serviceman PIP ADJUSTMENT. (Models with PIP only)

6) S= Serviceman OPTIONS ADJUSTMENTS.

7) X = Serviceman COMB FILTER ADJUSTMENT.

8) “CHK” = Normal operation of CHANNEL and VOLUME .

Note: Only the applicable settings for

the Receiver serviced will be available (See

a

in Fig. 13).

b

32 B 0 a b

2 215 C 0 a

An address Menu appears in the right hand corner of the screen

Figure 13. Serviceman Mode Menu Adjustments.

Exiting the Serviceman Mode:

Press the Menu and the Power buttons on the Receiver simultaneously for at least 2 seconds.

THE RECEIVER EXITS SERVICEMAN MODE.

The Receiver momentarily shuts off; then comes back on tuned to channel 3 with a preset level of sound.

Any programmed channels, channels caption data and some others user defined settings will be erased.

IMPORTANT NOTE:

Always Exit the Serviceman Mode

Following Adjustments.

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Press the Power Button on the Remote Control to select the Serviceman Adjustment .

For Adjustments:

1.Press Channel Up/Down on the

Remote Control to select one of the available Service Adjustments

(a in Fig. 13).

Note: Write Down the original

value set (b in Fig. 13 ) for each address before modifying anything. It is easy to erroneously adjust the wrong item.

2.Press Volume Up/Down on the

Remote Control to adjust the level of the selected Service

Adjustment (b in Fig. 13).

CH

Sub-Data Adjustment

B3

B4

B5

B0

B1

B2

SUB-COLOR

SUB-TINT

SUB-BRIGHTNESS

SUB-CONTRAST

SUB-TINT VIDEO

SUB-COLOR VIDEO

B6

B7

B8

SUB-TINT COMP

SUB-COLOR COMP

SUB SHARP TV/VIDEO

B9 SUB SHARP S-VHS/COMP

BA SUB-CONTRAST FIXED

Default

Level

31

31

31

16

16

16

63

31

10

31

15

CH

CH

CH

IMPORTANT NOTE:

Always Exit the Serviceman

Mode Following Adjustments.

C0

C1

C2

C3

C4

C5

C6

C7

Cut-Off Adjustment

CUT-OFF R

CUT-OFF G

CUT-OFF B

USER BRIGHTNESS

G DRIVE

B DRIVE

DRIVE C TEMP

CONTRAST C TEMP

Default

Level

128

128

128

31

64

64

8

5

PW

PW

To D Items.

Note: Some adjustments modes may not be available in some models depending on available options.

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Press the Power Button on the Remote Control to select the Serviceman Adjustment

For Adjustments:

1.Press Channel Up/Down on the

Remote Control to select one of the available Service Adjustments

(a in Fig. 13).

Note: Write Down the original

value set (b in Fig. 13 ) for each address before modifying anything. It is easy to erroneously adjust the wrong item.

2.Press Volume Up/Down on the

Remote Control to adjust the level of the selected Service

Adjustment (b in Fig. 13).

CH

CH

D3

D4

D5

D0

D1

D2

D6

D7

D8

D9

DA

Pin Cushion Adjustment

H POSITION

V SIZE

V S CORRECTION

V LIN CORRECTION

E/W TRAPEZIUM

V AGC

V POSITION

V CENTERING

V CENTERING DAC SW

V-BLK START PHASE

V-BLK STOP PHASE

Default

Level

16

31

4

14

8

1

1

63

0

12

14

MTS Adjustment

M0 INPUT LEVEL

M1 LOW-LEVEL SEPARATION

Default

Level

33

6

25

PW

CH

CH

PW

To P Items.

Note: Some adjustments modes may not be available in some models depending on available options.

IMPORTANT NOTE:

Always Exit the Serviceman

Mode Following Adjustments.

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Press the Power Button on the Remote Control to select the Serviceman Adjustment

For Adjustments:

1.Press Channel Up/Down on the

Remote Control to select one of the available Service Adjustments

(a in Fig. 13).

Note: Write Down the original

value set (b in

Fig. 13

) for each address before modifying anything. It is easy to erroneously adjust the wrong item.

2.Press Volume Up/Down on the

Remote Control to adjust the level of the selected Service

Adjustment (b in Fig. 13).

CH

PB

PC

PD

P7

P8

P9

PA

P3

P4

P5

P6

P0

P1

P2

PIP Adjustment

PIP COLOR

PIP TINT

PIP BRIGHTNESS

PIP CONTRAST

UP 1/9

DOWN 1/9

LEFT 1/9

RIGHT 1/9

UP 1/16

DOWN 1/16

LEFT 1/16

RIGHT 1/16

PIP FREERUN

PIP YDL

160

10

116

N/A

4

143

10

101

26

Default

Level

92

54

22

80

26

To S Items.

CH

CH

PW

Note: Some adjustments modes may not be available in some models depending on available options.

IMPORTANT NOTE:

Always Exit the Serviceman

Mode Following Adjustments.

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Press the Power Button on the Remote Control to select the Serviceman Adjustment

For

Adjustments:

1.Press Channel Up/Down on the

Remote Control to select one of the available Service Adjustments

(a in Fig. 13).

Note: Write Down the original

value set (b in Fig. 13 ) for each address before modifying anything. It is easy to erroneously adjust the wrong item.

2.Press Volume Up/Down on the

Remote Control to adjust the level of the selected Service

Adjustment (b in Fig. 13).

CH

S4

S5

S6

S7

S8

S9

SA

SB

SC

S0

S1

S2

S3

OPTIONS Adjustment

ABL GAIN

ABL POINT

RGB BRIGHTNESS

RGB GAMMA

COLOR GAMMA

VSM-G

BS POINT

CLOCK ADJUST

LOUD COMP

CAPTION DIG FILTER SW

CAPTION SCROLL

RGB MATRIX

RGB MATRIX COMP

1

0

7

128

31

0

Default

Level

3

3

8

1

1

6

5

To X Items.

Note: Some adjustments modes may not be available in some models depending on available options.

IMPORTANT NOTE:

Always Exit the Serviceman

Mode Following Adjustments.

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CH

CH

PW

Press the Power Button on the Remote Control to select the Serviceman Adjustment

For Adjustments:

1.Press Channel Up/Down on the

Remote Control to select one of the available Service Adjustments

(a in Fig. 13).

Note: Write Down the original

value set (b in Fig. 13 ) for each address before modifying anything. It is easy to erroneously adjust the wrong item.

2.Press Volume Up/Down on the

Remote Control to adjust the level of the selected Service

Adjustment (b in Fig. 13).

CH

XB

XC

XD

XE

X7

X8

X9

XA

XF

X10

X11

X12

X3

X4

X5

X6

X0

X1

X2

Comb Filter Adjustment

CLIP LEVEL

CSOK

COMB LIMIT

COMB CORE

COMB RF DELAY

COMB VIDEO DELAY

COMB VMLM

COMB VMCO

COMB SHARP

COMB VM LEVEL

COMB VMPKF

H LOCK MODE

H LOCK

H SEP 1

H SEP 2

SUB H LOCK MODE

SUB H LOCK

SUB H SEP1

SUB H SEP2

255

1

1

70

18

90

24

123

Default

Level

152

12

24

41

20

313

266

0

70

313

266

CH

CH

PW

To B Items.

Note: Some adjustments modes may not be available in some models depending on available options.

IMPORTANT NOTE:

Always Exit the Serviceman

Mode Following Adjustments.

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To Check Purity:

Press the Recall Button on the Remote Control when in Serviceman Mode (red “CHK” is displayed) to enter the

Purity Field Check Mode.

NORMAL

SCREEN

Press Recall again to select desired field.

BLUE

SCREEN

GRN.

SCREEN

RED

SCREEN

WHITE

SCREEN

Figure 14. Purity Check Field Mode.

Helpful Hints

Entering Serviceman Mode (Back-Open Method)

1.

While the Receiver is ON and operating in Normal Mode, momentarily short test point FA1 (TP8) to Cold Ground ( ) FA2 (TP3) A-Board.

The Receiver enters the Aging Mode

.

Yellow letters “CHK” appear in the upper left corner of the CRT.

(The Volume Up/Down will adjust rapidly).

2.

Simultaneously press the Menu and the Volume Up buttons on the

Receiver Control Panel.

The Receiver enters the Serviceman Mode.

The letter in “CHK” turn red.

(The Volume Up/Down will adjust normally).

(All customer controls are set to nominal level).

IMPORTANT NOTE:

Always Exit the Serviceman

Mode Following Adjustments.

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Instructional Flow Chart for Serviceman Mode

NORMAL MODE

WHITE

SCREEN

Momentarily short FA1 to FA2 ( ).

AGING MODE

• Yellow “CHK” appears in upper left corner of screen.

• Volume Up/Down operate rapidly.

• Custumer Controls are set to nominal level.

RECALL

(ON REMOTE)

EXIT

N

Adj. needed?

QUICK ENTRY TO SERVICEMAN MODE

Select CABLE Mode.

Set SLEEP time for 30 Min.

Tune to Channel 124.

Adjust Volume to minimum.

Press VOL DOWN. On Receiver.

Y

Press Menu + Volume Up Simultaneously (ON Receiver)

GRN.

SCREEN

BLUE

SCREEN

RED

SCREEN

WHITE

SCREEN

SERVICEMAN MODE

• “CHK” turns red.

• Volume Up/Down operate normally.

• Costumer Controls are set to nominal level.

RECALL

(ON REMOTE)

C

Adj. needed?

N

Y

EXIT

Press Menu and Power on the Receiver simultaneously for at least 2 seconds.

POWER

(ON REMOTE)

ON REMOTE CONTROL TO

VOL VOL

ON REMOTE TO ADJUST

THE LEVEL

SUB-DATA ADJUSTMENTS.

B ITEMS.

POWER

(ON REMOTE)

Note: Some adjustments modes may not be available in some models depending on available options.

A

IMPORTANT NOTE:

Always Exit the Serviceman

Mode Following Adjustments.

Figure 15. Flow Chart for Serviceman Mode.

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Instructional Flow Chart for Serviceman Mode - Continued

A

CUT-OFF ADJUSTMENTS.

C ITEMS.

ON REMOTE CONTROL TO

VOL VOL

ON REMOTE TO ADJUST

THE LEVEL

Y

Adj. needed?

N

POWER

(ON REMOTE)

PINCUSHION ADJUSTMENTS.

D ITEMS.

ON REMOTE CONTROL TO

VOL VOL

ON REMOTE TO ADJUST

THE LEVEL

Y

Adj. needed?

N

POWER

(ON REMOTE)

MTS ADJUSTMENTS.

M ITEMS.

IMPORTANT NOTE:

Always Exit the Serviceman

Mode Following Adjustments.

ON REMOTE CONTROL TO

VOL VOL

ON REMOTE TO ADJUST

THE LEVEL

Y

Adj. needed?

N

POWER

(ON REMOTE)

Note: Some adjustments modes may not be available in some models depending on available options.

B

Figure 16. Flow Chart for Serviceman Mode (cont).

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Instructional Flow Chart for Serviceman Mode - Continued

B

PIP ADJUSTMENTS.

P ITEMS.

ON REMOTE CONTROL TO

VOL VOL

ON REMOTE TO ADJUST

THE LEVEL

Y

Adj. needed?

N

ON REMOTE CONTROL TO

VOL VOL

ON REMOTE TO ADJUST

THE LEVEL

POWER

(ON REMOTE)

OPTIONS ADJUSTMENTS.

S ITEMS.

Y

Adj. needed?

N

POWER

(ON REMOTE)

COMB-FILTER ADJUSTMENTS.

X ITEMS.

ON REMOTE CONTROL TO

VOL VOL

ON REMOTE TO ADJUST

THE LEVEL

Y

Adj. needed?

N

N

POWER

(ON REMOTE)

EXIT

Press Menu and Power on the Receiver simultaneously for at least 2 seconds.

C

Figure 17. Flow Chart for Serviceman Mode (cont).

Note: Some adjustments modes may not be available in some models depending on available options.

IMPORTANT NOTE:

Always Exit the Serviceman Mode

Following Adjustments.

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Service Adjustments (Electronic Controls)

Sub-Brightness

Serviceman DAC Adjustment (B2)

Adjustment of this control is important for setting proper operation of customer brightness and contrast controls.

This adjustment must be made after Sub-Contrast or

Color Temperature adjustments are made. Do not

adjust SCREEN after the Sub-Brightness is set.

Preparation:

Apply a color bar signal with 100 IRE white and 7.5

IRE black. (Switch Color to “OFF” on the signal generator.) Operate the Receiver for a minimum of

10 minutes prior to performing this adjustment.

Procedure:

In the Serviceman Mode for making electronic adjustments, select the DAC adjustment (B2) and adjust until the black starts to look gray. Then decrease the level to the point where gray turns to black.

Note: You may set the accurate value following the

Preparation steps and the Procedure step No.

2 of the Sub-Contrast adjustment described below.

Procedure:

1.

In the Serviceman Mode, select DAC Sub-

Brightness Adjustment (B2) and adjust for 1.5-

1.9Vp-p between blanking and 7.5 IRE level. (See video waveforms detail, Fig. 18)

2.

In the Serviceman Mode for electronic adjustments, select DAC Sub-Contrast Adjustment

(B3) and adjust for 2.0Vp-p ±0.1V white level to black level on video waveform (see video waveforms detail, Fig. 18).

3.

Remove the jumper (Preparation step 4).

Tint/Color Adjustment

Serviceman DAC Adjustment (B1) (B0)

Preparation:

1.

Apply a rainbow color bar signal.

2.

Preset the following controls:

• Brightness . . . . . . . Min.

• Color . . . . . . . . . . . . Center.

• Tint . . . . . . . . . . . . . Center.

• Contrast . . . . . . . . . Max.

• Sharpness . . . . . . . Min.

3.

Connect the oscilloscope to TP47B (A-Board).

4.

Connect a jumper from TPD2 to GND ( ).

5.

Connect a jumper from IC101 pin 28 to GND ( ).

Procedure:

1.

In the Serviceman Mode for making electronic adjustments, select DAC Sub-Tint Adjustment

(B1). Adjust until the waveform measured is as the one shown in Fig. 19.

Sub-Contrast

Serviceman DAC Adjustment (B3)

This adjustment is factory set. Do not adjust unless repairs are made to associated circuit, the CRT Board or when the CRT is replaced.

Preparation:

1.

Apply a color bar signal pattern with 87.5% modulation, 70% saturated color bar with a 100

IRE white and 7.5 black.

Note:

The pattern used in this procedure is an EIA color bar pattern with 87.5% modulation with 100 IRE white and 7.5 black. Correlate the information in this procedure to the pattern used if another signal is used.

2.

Preset the following controls:

• Brightness . . . . . . . Center.

• Color. . . . . . . . . . . . Min.

• Contrast . . . . . . . . . Max.

• Sharpness . . . . . . . Center.

3.

Connect the oscilloscope to TP47R. Set the scope time base to 20

µ s (horizontal).

.

4.

Connect a jumper from TPD2 to ground ( ).

TP47B (A-Board)

A to B = 1 unit

B to C = 2 units

C

A

1 2 3 10

4 5 6 7 8 9

Figure 19. TP47B waveform

2.

Connect the oscilloscope to TP47G (A-Board).

3.

Select DAC Sub-Color Adjustment (B0) and adjust for peak to peak amplitude to be 0.65Vp-p ±0.05V for 27” models as shown in Fig. 20.

TP47G (A-Board)

B

1 2 3 4 5 6

2.0V

p-p

±0.1V

White

Yellow

Cyan

Green

Magenta

Red

Blue

7 8 9 10

0.65Vp-p±0.05V

Figure 20. TP47G waveform

Black

4.

Remove the jumpers (Preparation steps 4 & 5).

SYNC

TIP

1.5V - 1.9V p-p

Figure 18. TP47G waveform

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Color Temperature Adjustment

(B/W Tracking)

Serviceman DAC Adjust. (C0) (C1) (C2) (C4) (C5)

Minor Touch-Up Method

OBSERVE low and high brightness areas of a B/W picture for proper tracking. Adjust only as required for

“good gray scale and warm highlights”.

1.

LOW LIGHT areas – In Serviceman Mode for making electronic adjustments, select Cutoff (C0)

RED, (C1) GRN, (C2) BLU and adjust the picture for gray.

2.

HIGH LIGHT areas – In Serviceman Mode for making electronic adjustments, select Drive (C4)

GRN, (C5) BLU and adjust the picture for warm whites.

Complete Adjustment

Preparation:

1.

Turn the Receiver “ON” and allow 10 minutes warm up at high brightness.

2.

Apply a color bar signal with color “OFF”.

3.

Turn the SCREEN control (part of FBT T551) fully counterclockwise.

Procedure:

Preset the following Serviceman DACs for best results:

• C0 . . . . . . . . . . . . . .128

• C1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . 128

• C2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . .128

• C4 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 64

• C5 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 64

1.

Connect the oscilloscope to C1-2 (CRT-Board).

2.

In Serviceman Mode for making electronic adjustment, select the Sub-Bright DAC (B2).

3.

Press the LST-CH key on the remote.

4.

Observe the oscilloscope waveform at Horizontal rate and adjust the Serviceman Mode Sub-Bright

DAC (B2) level until a scanning period of 2.5V above DC ground is measured, as indicated in

Fig. 21.

2.5V DC

0V DC

Figure 21. TP35 Waveform

5.

Connect the scope to RED Cathode (KR) on the

CRT-Board.

6.

In the Serviceman Mode for making electronic adjustments, select the RED CUTOFF DAC (C0).

7.

Press the LST-CH key on the remote.

8.

View scope trace at Horizontal rate and adjust the

Serviceman Mode DAC (C0) level until a scanning period of 195V above DC ground is measured, as indicated in Fig. 22.

9.

Connect the scope to the GRN Cathode (KG).

10. In Serviceman Mode for making electronic adjustments, select the GRN CUTOFF DAC (C1).

11. Press the LST-CH key on the Remote

195V DC

0V DC

(Ground)

Figure 22. Cathode Waveform, Adjustment

Waveform Detail

12. View the scope trace and adjust the Serviceman

Mode DAC (C1) for the scanning period to be 195V above DC ground. (See Fig. 22)

13. Connect the scope to the BLU Cathode (KB).

14. In Serviceman Mode for making electronic adjustments, select the BLU CUTOFF (C2).

15. Press the LST-CH key on the Remote.

16. View the scope trace and adjust the Serviceman

Mode DAC (C2) for the scanning period to be 195V above DC ground. (See Fig. 22)

17. Turn the Screen Control (part of FBT) slowly clockwise until a color horizontal line appears.

18. With the other two colors Serviceman Mode DAC

CUTOFF adjustments (C0) RED, (C2) BLU; increase the colors to create a white horizontal line.

19. Confirm that a good gray scale is established by viewing B/W color bar pattern.

20. In the Serviceman Mode for making electronic adjustments select the DAC DRIVE adjustments

(C4) GRN, (C5) BLUE and adjust for warm white in a white color bar pattern.

21. EXIT the Serviceman Mode.

22. Adjust the Picture Menu Video Adjustments

Brightness and Contrast from low scale to high scale and check Black and White tracking.

23. If correction is needed: Re-Enter the Serviceman

Mode and perform the Minor Touch – Up Method.

24. Perform Sub-Brightness Adjustment procedure if needed.

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Service Adjustments (Electronic Controls, cont.)

Horizontal Centering

Serviceman DAC Adjustment (D0)

Preparation:

Connect a crosshatch generator.

Procedure:

1.

In the Serviceman Mode for making electronic adjustments. Select the Horizontal Centering

Adjustment DAC (D0) and adjust until the center of the crosshatch pattern is centered on CRT.

2.

EXIT the Serviceman Adjustment Mode.

MTS Circuit Adjustments

The MTS Circuit Adjustments require two steps:

1.

Input Level Adjustment.

2.

Stereo Separation Adjustment.

Input Level Adjustment (M0)

Preparation:

1.

Connect an RMS meter with filter jig as shown in

Fig. 23.

TPE11

RMS

METER

10k

4700p

Figure 23. Filter Jig

2.

Connect an RF signal generator to the RF antenna input.

Procedure:

1.

Apply the following signal from the RF signal generator:

Video: 100 IRE flat field, 30% modulation.

Audio: 300Hz, 100% modulation, monaural

(70 ±5dB, 75

OPEN, P/S 10dB).

2.

Adjust the MTS Input Level Adjustment (M0) until the voltage measured is 106 ± 6.0mV rms.

Stereo Separation Adjustment (M1 & M2)

Preparation:

1. Connect an RF signal generator to the RF antenna input.

2.

Connect a scope to TPE10.

Procedure:

1.

Select Stereo Mode in Audio menu

2.

Apply the following signal from the RF signal generator:

Video: 100 IRE flat field, 30% modulation.

Audio: 300Hz, 100% modulation, stereo (left only)

(70 ±5dB, 75

OPEN, P/S 10dB).

3.

Adjust the MTS Low-Level Separation Adjustment

(M1) until the amplitude displayed on the scope is minimum.

4.

Apply the following signal from the RF signal generator:

Video: 100 IRE flat field, 30% modulation.

Audio: 3KHz, 100% modulation, stereo (left only)

(70 ±5dB, 75

OPEN, P/S 10dB).

5.

Adjust the MTS High-Level Separation Adjustment

(M2) until the amplitude displayed on the scope is minimum.

6.

Repeat above steps 2 through 5 until the amplitude is at minimum for both signals.

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Service Adjustments (Electronic Controls, cont.)

Clock Adjustment (S7)

Preparation:

Connect the frequency counter from TPS1 (IC001

Pin 13) to cold ground ( ).

Note: Frequency Counter probe capacitance should

be 8pF or less.

Procedure:

1.

Turn the Receiver “OFF” with the AC power applied.

2.

Measure TPS1 (IC001 pin 13) for the frequency of the waveform and record the reading.

Note: Pin 13 measurement must have at least four

digits of resolution following the decimal point.

Example: 000.0000

3.

Turn the Receiver back “ON”.

4.

Place the Receiver into Serviceman Mode for making electronic adjustment, select the Clock

Adjustment DAC (S7).

5.

Calculate and set S7 based on the following formula:

S

7

= 128 + 0.901

×

10

6

{

– pin 13 Hz

] }

244.1406

Note: Pin 13 measurement will not change

regardless of the value stored in S7.

Vertical Size (D1)

1.

Adjust the VERTICAL SIZE DAC control, D1, until the top and the bottom edges of the raster are visible.

2.

Adjust the VERTICAL SIZE control, D1, until the top and the bottom of the raster touch the bezel edge. Then advance SIZE control to obtain an approximately 10% overscan. Linearity adjustment is done automatically when the size is being adjusted. (Best results can de obtained with a round test patter.)

Service Adjustments (Mechanical Controls)

Focus (part of T551)

Preparation:

Connect a Signal generator and select a dot pattern.

Procedure:

Adjust the FOCUS control to obtain the sharpest and clearest dot pattern.

a. Adjust for best center.

b. Adjust for best area between the center and top

right corner.

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Front

A/V

Input

V

L

R

JK3002

A/V

Input 1

JK3001

L

R

A/V

Input 2

V2

L2

R2

Variable

Audio

Out

L

R

JK3004

A

Tuner

IC3001

A/V SW

M52790SP

13

LAV3 LRF1

35

15

RAV3

3

L-AV1

RRF1

33

5

R-AV1

8

L-AV2 R1 Out

28

10

R-AV2

L1 Out

30

IC2201

MTS

AN5849S-E1V

14

MPX In

L Out

21

R Out

22

IC2351

Bass/Tre/Bal

Surround

CXA2021S

22

L In

1

R In

L Out

R Out

14

9

L OUT

R OUT

IC2302

Audio Out

AN5272

5

2

L In

R In

VAO L

4

L Out

VAO R

Q2409

1

7

R Out

12

IC001

MPU

MN101C46FTA

D2343

17

S-Defeat

5

1

6

2

3

4

7

JK3002

Headphone

Jack

Q2410

A

Video

Input

JK3001

Y/V1

PB

PR

V2

Front A/V

Input

V

L

R

JK3002

S-Video

JK3003

Y

C

Y

S

Tuner 1

IF

AFT

A4-2 S6-2

Tuner 2

Q2101

5V

IF

6

IF In

7

17

IF In

IC2101

Video Out

VIF/AFC DET

AN5170K

AFT Out

12

S8-1

A61-1

36

RF1

2 Video1

16

RF2

V1 Out

31

C6529

+

Luma In Filter

Q6504

Q6509

Q6516

6

Y-YUV

7

Video2

Y In

32

C3019

+

Luma Out Filter

Q6510

Q6502

Q6506

12

Video3

IC3001

A/V SW

C In

M52790SP

34

Chroma Out Filter

Q6505

Q6501

Q6519

Q6511

Q6514

5V

11

Y-AV2

Y1 Out

27

Q303

Q6508

Q6513

9

C-AV2

A31-4

Y1-4

C1 Out V2 Out

29

A31-5

Y1-5

26

A31-8

C315

Q302

4 5

5V

25

AFC

CVBS0

AFC2

YM

33

D014

C314

– +

24

CVBS1

YS

R

G

31

IC001

MPU

B

MN101C46FTB

30

29

D015

– +

32

– +

– +

Y1-8

18

Y In

IC6501

Comb Filter

MN82840

22

Y Out

24

16

6

3

C Out

TV/Video

A11-1 C1-1

R Out

YM/YS In

13

A11-2 C1-2

R In

G Out

14

4

G In

5

B Out

B In

IC101

VCJ

TA1310BN

15

B-Y In

53

R-Y In

52

NP

C225

NP

C226

A11-3 C1-3

C

Q351

Q352

Q353

CRT

PC In

51

PY In

IC1801

PIP

C Video In

M65617SP

49

13

Q4309

Q4310

IC101 IN/OUT Pins and Functions (VCJ)

IC101

TA1310BN

Velocity Scanning

Modulation

Ground

Red Input

Green Input

Blue Input

RGB/Half Tone In

HD Reference

Hold Down

V Reg

Ground

Brightness Control

NC

Red Output

Green Output

Blue Output

V

CC

9V

Red Cutoff

Green Cutoff

Blue Cutoff

Noise filter

NC

NC

NC

Vertical Output

Vertical Feedback

Automatic Gain

Vertical Ramp

Vertical EHT Input

11

ABL In

12

VK Out

13

R Out

14

G Out

15

B Out

16

V

CC

9V

17

R Filter

18

G Filter

19

B Filter

1

VSM Out

2

GND

3

4

R In

G In

DC RC 56

BP DET 55

5

B In

6

YS / YM In

R-Y In 52

VCJ 51

7

Hold Down Reference

CW Out 50

8

Hold Down

9

V Reg

10

RGB Mute

Y In 54

B-Y In

53

X-tal 49

R-Y Out

48

B-Y Out 47

APC 46

Chroma In 45

GND

DL Out

44

43

Bend Correction 42

32 fh VCO 41

AFC1 40

V Sep 39

Y/Sync In 38

DEF V

CC

37

Sync Out 36

20

Noise Filter

21

V Centering

22

EW FB

23

EW Out

24

V Out

25

V NFB

26

V AGC

27

V Ramp

28

EHT V

H Out 35

FBP In 34

VD Out 33

HD Out 32

GND 31

SDA 30

SCL 29

DC Restoration Correction

Black Peak Detection

Luminance Signal Input

R-Y Input

B-Y Input

VCC 5V

3.58MHz Clock Output

3.58MHz X-tal

NC

NC

APC Filter

Chroma Input

Ground

Delayed Y Signal

Horizontal Correction

Horizontal Oscillation

AFC1 detection

Vertical Separation

Video Sync

9V

NC

Horizontal Output

Flyback Pulse

Vertical Drive Pulse

NC

Ground

I

2

C SDA I/0

I

2

C SCL Input

Figure 26. VCJ IN/OUT Pins and Functions.

- 36 -

IC001 IN/OUT Pins and Functions (MPU)

Remote signal in

SDA1

SCL1

AFC1

System Clock Out

Volume

RFAGC

TV / Video

Sound Defeat

Power

Speaker On / Off

+3.3V

Closed Caption

AFC2

Key Scan 1

Action

S-VHS

Version

FA1

YUV SW

+3.3V

IC001

MN101C46FTB

9

ADIN5

10

ADIN6

11

P12

12

MMOD

13

SYSCLK

14

PWM0

15

PWM1

16

P16

17

P17

18

P20

19

PWM5

20

VDD

21

CLL

1

RMIN

2

P01

3

P02

4

ADIN0

5

ADIN1

6

ADIN2

7

ADIN3

8

P07

VSS 42

OSC1 41

OSC2 40

VDD (VPP) 39

P42 38

P41

37

P40

36

VSYNC 35

NRST 34

YM 33

ROUT 32

GOUT 31

BOUT 30

YS 29

FLASH 28

HSYNC 27

VREFH0 26

CVBS0 25

CVBS1 24

VREF1 23

CLH 22

Figure 27. MPU IN/OUT Pins and Functions.

- 37 -

GND

14.32MHz X-tal

14.32MHz X-tal

+3.3V

SCL0

SDA0

Not used/open

V-Sync

NRST

YM

R Out

G Out

B Out

YS

GND

H-Sync

Closed Caption 0

Closed Caption 0

Closed Caption 1

Closed Caption 1

Closed Caption

Component Identification

3 screws at the top edge of the receiver

1 screw at the lower edge of the receiver

1 screw by audio out jacks

1 screw by the

A/V jacks

1 screw on the retainer plate for the AC power cord

1 screw at the lower edge of the receiver

1 screw by the flyback assembly

Figure 28. Back Cover Removal

- 38 -

Yoke

Component Identification

CRT (secured to cabinet by 4 screws on corners of CRT)

Anode (high voltage)

Degaussing coil

C board

DAG ground

Speaker (4 screws)

Tuner

A/V jacks

Flyback (T551)

Speaker (4 screws)

Note:

After servicing the receiver, b d h bl h

Figure 29. Rear View

- 39 -

7

3

18

2

1

4

Component Identification

8

9

13

14

17

MTS processor IC2201 is located on the other side of the board.

12 5 11 6

NO.

5

6

7

3

4

1

2

INTEGRATED CIRCUITS

IC 001 MPU

IC 002 EEPROM

IC 101 VCJ

IC 2302 AUDIO

IC 2351 BASS/TRE/BAL

IC 3001 A/V SWITCH

IC 6501 COMB FILTER

10

16

15

10

11

12

8

9

LOCATION OF COMPONENTS

CONNECTORS TRANSISTORS

FRONT AV IN

FRONT KEYPAD

13

14

Q501 H. DRIVE

Q551 H. OUT

REAR AV IN

S-VIDEO IN

VAO OUT

15

16

17

18

VARIOUS

T551 (FLYBACK)

FUSE

TUNER

Y-BOARD

Figure 30. View of Main Board Assemblies

- 40 -

REPLACEMENT PARTS LIST

Models: 27UX01B-501 & 27UX01B-511

Important Safety Notice: Components printed in BOLD TYPE have special characteristics important

for safety. When replacing any of these components use only manufacturer’s specified parts.

REF NO.

PART NO.

DESCRIPTION

CRA801 TP00842-51

CRA802 TP00842-51

C048

C201

C224

C225

C226

C301

C302

C303

C025

C026

C032

C033

C034

C043

C044

C047

C013

C016

C017

C018

C020

C021

C022

C024

C001

C002

C003

C005

C006

C008

C010

C323

C324

C330

C331

C337

C342

C351

C352

C307

C309

C310

C314

C315

C320

C321

C322

CAPRISTORS

TAPING GAP TERMINAL

TAPING GAP TERMINAL

ECA1CM470

CAPACITORS

CAP,E 47UF/16V

ECJ2VF1H103Z CAP,C .01UF-Z-50V

ECA1HM4R7 CAP,E 4.7UF/50V

ECA1CM470 CAP,E 47UF/16V

ECJ2VF1H103Z CAP,C .01UF-Z-50V

ECJ2VF1H103Z CAP,C .01UF-Z-50V

ECJ2VF1H103Z CAP,C .01UF-Z-50V

ECA0JM101 CAP,E 100UF/6.3V

ECJ2VC1H101J CAP,C 100PF-J-50V

ECJ2VC1H270J CAP,C 27PF-J-50V

ECJ2VC1H270J CAP,C 27PF-J-50V

ECA0JM331 CAP,E 330UF/6.3V

ECJ2VF1H103Z CAP,C .01UF-Z-50V

ECA1EM471

ECA1HM4R7

CAP,E 470UF/25V

CAP,E 4.7UF/50V

ECA1HM010

ECA1HM010

CAP,E 1.0UF/50V

CAP,E 1.0UF/50V

ECA1CM331 CAP,E 330UF/16V

ECJ2VC1H680J CAP,C 68PF-J-50V

ECJ2VC1H680J CAP,C 68PF-J-50V

ECA1HM2R2 CAP,E 2.2UF/50V

ECJ2VF1H103Z CAP,C .01UF-Z-50V

ECA0JM102 CAP,E 1000UF/6.3V

ECJ2VF1H103Z CAP,C .01UF-Z-50V

ECJ2VB1C104K CAP,C .1UF-I-16V

ECJ2VB1C104K CAP,C .1UF-I-16V

ECJ2VB1C104K CAP,C .1UF-I-16V

ECJ2VB1C104K CAP,C .1UF-I-16V

ECJ2VB1C104K CAP,C .1UF-I-16V

ECJ2VB1C104K CAP,C .1UF-I-16V

ECJ2VB1C104K CAP,C .1UF-I-16V

ECA1HM0R1 CAP,E 0.1UF/50V

ECJ2VC1H390J CAP,C 39PF-J-50V

ECJ2VC1H390J CAP,C 39PF-J-50V

EEANA1E1R0B CAP,E 1.0UF-25V

EEANA1E1R0B CAP,E 1.0UF-25V

ECJ2VF1H104Z CAP,C .1UF-Z-50V

ECJ2VB1H103K CAP,C .01UF-K-50V

ECJ2VB1H103K CAP,C .01UF-K-50V

ECJ2VB1H103K CAP,C .01UF-K-50V

ECJ2VF1H104Z CAP,C .1UF-Z-50V

ECA1AM101 CAP,E 100UF/10V

ECJ2VF1H103Z CAP,C .01UF-Z-50V

ECA1HM2R2

ECA1HM010

CAP,E 2.2UF/50V

CAP,E 1.0UF/50V

TACCW331T50V CAP,C 330PF/50V

TACCW331T50V CAP,C 330PF/50V

154-00

REF NO.

C506

C507

C508

C510

C511

C512

C514

C515

C456

C457

C458

C459

C502

C503

C504

C505

C407

C409

C415

C451

C452

C453

C454

C455

C353

C354

C357

C401

C403

C404

C405

C554

C555

C556

C557

C558

C560

C561

C562

C516

C517

C518

C519

C531

C551

C552

C553

C563

C564

C565

C566

- 41 -

PART NO.

DESCRIPTION

TACCW331T50V CAP,C 330PF/50V

ECKD3D102KB CAP,C .001UF-K-2KV

EEANA1E1R0B CAP,E 1.0UF-25V

ECJ2VB1C104K CAP,C .1UF-I-16V

ECA1HM010 CAP,E 1.0UF/50V

ECA1HM010

ECSF1EE105

CAP,E 1.0UF/50V

CAP,T 1.0UF/25V

ECA1CM100 CAP,E 10UF/16V

ECJ2VC1H101J CAP,C 100PF-J-50V

ECJ2VF1H104Z CAP,C .1UF-Z-50V

ECA1HM2R2 CAP,E 2.2UF/50V

ECQB1H473JM CAP,P .047UF-J-50V

ECA1VM471 CAP,E 470UF/35V

ECA1VM221

ECA1EM222

CAP,E 220UF/35V

CAP,E 2200UF-25V

ECCF1H020CC CAP,C 2PF-C-50V

ECJ2VB1C104K CAP,C .1UF-I-16V

ECA1CM101

ECQM1104JZ

CAP,E 100UF/16V

CAP,P .1UF-J-100V

ECA1CM221 CAP,E 220UF/16V

ECJ2VC1H221J CAP,C 220PF-J-50V

ECQB1H222JM CAP,P 2200PF-J-50V

ECJ2VC1H180J CAP,C 18PF-J-50V

ECA1CM471 CAP,E 470UF/16V

ECJ2VF1H103Z CAP,C .01UF-Z-50V

ECJ2VC1H102J CAP,C .001UF-J-50V

ECCD2H100D CAP,C 10PF-D-500V

ECKD2H821KB CAP,C 820PF-K-500V

ECKD2H101KB CAP,C 100PF-K-500V

ECA1HMR22 CAP,E .22UF/50V

ECJ2VC1H222J CAP,C .0022UF-J-50V

ECJ2VC1H391J CAP,C 390PF-J-50V

ECJ2VC1H221J CAP,C 220PF-J-50V

ECJ2VC1H151J CAP,C 150PF-J-50V

ECJ2VF1H104Z CAP,C .1UF-Z-50V

ECA1EM220

ECA1VM331

ECA1CM331

ECA1CM331

CAP,E 22UF/25V

CAP,E 330UF/35V

CAP,E 330UF/16V

CAP,E 330UF/16V

ECKD2H561KB CAP,C 560PF-K-500V

ECA2EM220 CAP,E 22UF-250V

ECA1CM102 CAP,E 1000UF/16V

ECKD2H102KB CAP,C .001UF-K-500V

ECA1CM221 CAP,E 220UF/16V

ECEA1HN2R2U CAP,E 2.2UF/50V

ECKD2H561KB CAP,C 560PF-K-500V

ECKD2H561KB CAP,C 560PF-K-500V

ECWH12H822JS CAP,P .0082UF-J-1.2KV

ECWH12H272JS CAP,P .0027UF-J-1.2KV

ECKD3D122JB CAP,C .0012UF-J-2KV

ECKD3D181JB CAP,C 180PF-J-2KV

Parts List

REPLACEMENT PARTS LIST

Models: 27UX01B-501 & 27UX01B-511

Important Safety Notice: Components printed in BOLD TYPE have special characteristics important

for safety. When replacing any of these components use only manufacturer’s specified parts.

REF NO.

PART NO.

DESCRIPTION REF NO.

PART NO.

DESCRIPTION

C818

C820

C821

C822

C823

C824

C825

C1801

C807

C808

C809

C810

C811

C812

C814

C815

C616

C641

C801

C802

C803

C804

C805

C806

C568

C569

C571

C572

C573

C601

C603

C1810

C1811

C1812

C1813

C1814

C1815

C1816

C1817

C1802

C1803

C1804

C1805

C1806

C1807

C1808

C1809

C1818

C1819

C1820

C1821

ECQM2274JZ

TACFV2E474J

ECA1CM471

CAP,P .27UF-J-200V

CAP,M .47UF-J-200V

CAP,E 470UF/16V

ECA1CM100

ECA1CM101

CAP,E 10UF/16V

CAP,E 100UF/16V

ECJ2VF1H103Z CAP,C .01UF-Z-50V

ECQB1H223JM CAP,P .022UF-J-50V

ECJ2VB1C104K CAP,C .1UF-I-16V

ECA1HM100 CAP,E 10UF/50V

ECKDAE472ZED CAP,C .4700PF-Z-250VAC

ECKDAE472ZED CAP,C .4700PF-Z-250VAC

ECKDAE472ZED CAP,C .4700PF-Z-250VAC

ECKDAE472ZED CAP,C .4700PF-Z-250VAC

EC0S2DA221BB CAP,E 220UF/200V

EC0S2DA221BB CAP,E 220UF/200V

ECA1HM2R2

ECA1CM101

CAP,E 2.2UF/50V

CAP,E 100UF/16V

EC0S2DG151DG CAP,E 151UF/200V

ECQU2A153MV CAP,P .015UF-M-250V

ECQU2A153MV CAP,P .015UF-M-250V

ECQU2A224MV CAP,P .22UF-M-250VAC

ECQB1H823JM CAP,P .082UF-J-50V

ECA1EHG101B CAP,E 100UF-25V

ECKD3A821KB CAP,C 820PF-K-1KVDC

ECA1JHG100B CAP,E 10UF-63V

ECKD2H561KB CAP,C 560PF-K-500V

ECA1EM221 CAP,E 220UF/25V

ECA160V33UE CAP,E 33UF/160V

ECKD3A331KB CAP,C 330PF-K-1KV

ECKD3A471KB CAP,C 470PF-K-1KV

ECJ2VF1H103Z CAP,C .01UF-Z-50V

ECQV1H154JM CAP,P .15UF-J-50V

ECA1HMR22 CAP,E .22UF/50V

ECEA1HKAR22 CAP,E .22UF/50V

ECJ2VF1H333Z CAP,C .033UF-Z-50V

ECJ2VF1H103Z CAP,C .01UF-Z-50V

ECA1CM470 CAP,E 47UF/16V

ECJ2VF1H103Z CAP,C .01UF-Z-50V

ECA1CM470 CAP,E 47UF/16V

ECJ2VF1H104Z CAP,C .1UF-Z-50V

ECJ2VF1H103Z CAP,C .01UF-Z-50V

ECJ2VF1H103Z CAP,C .01UF-Z-50V

ECJ2VF1H103Z CAP,C .01UF-Z-50V

ECA1CM470 CAP,E 47UF/16V

ECJ2VF1H104Z CAP,C .1UF-Z-50V

ECJ2VF1H103Z CAP,C .01UF-Z-50V

ECJ2VF1H103Z CAP,C .01UF-Z-50V

ECA1CM100 CAP,E 10UF/16V

ECJ2VF1H104Z CAP,C .1UF-Z-50V

ECA1CM470 CAP,E 47UF/16V

ECJ2VC1H150J CAP,C 15PF-J-50V

C2118

C2119

C2120

C2121

C2123

C2124

C2125

C2126

C2105

C2106

C2108

C2109

C2111

C2114

C2115

C2116

C1831

C1832

C1833

C1835

C1836

C1837

C1839

C1840

C1822

C1823

C1826

C1827

C1828

C1829

C1830

C2210

C2211

C2212

C2215

C2218

C2301

C2302

C2305

C2202

C2203

C2204

C2205

C2206

C2207

C2208

C2209

C2306

C2307

C2309

C2311

ECJ2VC1H120J CAP,C 12PF-J-50V

ECJ2VC1H680J CAP,C 68PF-J-50V

ECJ2VF1H103Z CAP,C .01UF-Z-50V

ECJ2VF1H103Z CAP,C .01UF-Z-50V

ECJ2VF1H103Z CAP,C .01UF-Z-50V

ECJ2VF1H104Z CAP,C .1UF-Z-50V

ECJ2VC1H560J CAP,C 56PF-J-50V

ECJ2VF1H104Z CAP,C .1UF-Z-50V

ECJ2VF1H104Z CAP,C .1UF-Z-50V

ECJ2VF1H104Z CAP,C .1UF-Z-50V

ECA1CM100 CAP,E 10UF/16V

ECJ2VC1H680J CAP,C 68PF-J-50V

ECJ2VF1H104Z CAP,C .1UF-Z-50V

ECJ2VC1H680J CAP,C 68PF-J-50V

ECJ2VC1H680J CAP,C 68PF-J-50V

ECA0JM101

ECA1HMR47

CAP,E 100UF/6.3V

CAP,E .47UF/50V

ECA1CM330 CAP,E 33UF/16V

ECJ2VF1H103Z CAP,C .01UF-Z-50V

ECEA1HFSR22 CAP,E .22UF/50V

ECJ2VF1H103Z CAP,C .01UF-Z-50V

ECA1HM100 CAP,E 10UF/50V

ECJ2VF1H103Z CAP,C .01UF-Z-50V

ECJ2VC1H270J CAP,C 27PF-J-50V

ECJ2VF1H103Z CAP,C .01UF-Z-50V

ECEA1HFSR47 CAP,E .47UF/50V

ECJ2VF1H103Z CAP,C .01UF-Z-50V

ECJ2VC1H270J CAP,C 27PF-J-50V

ECJ2VF1H103Z CAP,C .01UF-Z-50V

ECA1CM100

ECA1HMR22

CAP,E 10UF/16V

CAP,E .22UF/50V

ECA1HM2R2

ECA1HM4R7

CAP,E 2.2UF/50V

CAP,E 4.7UF/50V

AP106K016CAE CAP,T 10UF/16V

ECA1HM010 CAP,E 1.0UF/50V

ECQB1H223JM CAP,P .022UF-J-50V

AP335K016CAE CAP,T 3.3UF/16V

ECJ2VB1C104K CAP,C .1UF-I-16V

ECJ2VB1C104K CAP,C .1UF-I-16V

ECJ2VB1C104K CAP,C .1UF-I-16V

ECA1CM100 CAP,E 10UF/16V

ECQB1H473JM CAP,P .047UF-J-50V

ECA0JM101 CAP,E 100UF/6.3V

ECA1HMR47

ECA1VM102

ECA1HM010

ECA1HM010

CAP,E .47UF/50V

CAP,E 1000UF/35V

CAP,E 1.0UF/50V

CAP,E 1.0UF/50V

ECJ2VF1H103Z CAP,C .01UF-Z-50V

ECA1CM102 CAP,E 1000UF/16V

ECQB1H473JM CAP,P .047UF-J-50V

ECA1HM3R3 CAP,E 3.3UF/50V

Parts List

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154-00

REPLACEMENT PARTS LIST

Models: 27UX01B-501 & 27UX01B-511

Important Safety Notice: Components printed in BOLD TYPE have special characteristics important

for safety. When replacing any of these components use only manufacturer’s specified parts.

REF NO.

C2358

C2359

C2360

C2361

C2362

C2363

C2364

C2365

C2350

C2351

C2352

C2353

C2354

C2355

C2356

C2357

C2327

C2328

C2329

C2331

C2333

C2339

C2340

C2342

C2313

C2314

C2315

C2321

C2324

C2325

C2326

C3009

C3010

C3011

C3012

C3013

C3014

C3016

C3018

C2366

C3001

C3002

C3003

C3004

C3006

C3007

C3008

C3019

C3020

C3021

C3022

PART NO.

DESCRIPTION

ECA1EM101 CAP,E 100UF/25V

ECQB1H473JM CAP,P .047UF-J-50V

ECA1EM100 CAP,E 10UF/25V

ECA1EM100

ECA1EM100

CAP,E 10UF/25V

CAP,E 10UF/25V

ECA1CM102 CAP,E 1000UF/16V

ECJ2VB1H223K CAP,C .022UF-K-50V

ECJ2VB1H223K CAP,C .022UF-K-50V

ECJ2VB1H223K CAP,C .022UF-K-50V

ECJ2VB1H223K CAP,C .022UF-K-50V

ECA1HM010 CAP,E 1.0UF/50V

ECA1HM010

ECA1HM010

ECA1HM010

ECA1AM470

CAP,E 1.0UF/50V

CAP,E 1.0UF/50V

CAP,E 1.0UF/50V

CAP,E 47UF/10V

EEANA1E100B CAP,E 10UF-25V

ECJ2VB1C104K CAP,C .1UF-I-16V

ECJ2VB1H472K CAP,C .0047UF-K-50V

ECA1HM4R7 CAP,E 4.7UF/50V

ECA1HM4R7

ECA1HM4R7

ECA1HMR47

ECA1CM100

CAP,E 4.7UF/50V

CAP,E 4.7UF/50V

CAP,E .47UF/50V

CAP,E 10UF/16V

EEANA1E100B CAP,E 10UF-25V

ECJ2VB1C104K CAP,C .1UF-I-16V

ECJ2VB1H472K CAP,C .0047UF-K-50V

ECA1AM470 CAP,E 47UF/10V

ECQB1H104JM CAP,P .1UF-J-50V

ECJ2VB1C104K CAP,C .1UF-I-16V

ECA1HM4R7

ECA1AM470

CAP,E 4.7UF/50V

CAP,E 47UF/10V

ECJ2VF1H103Z CAP,C .01UF-Z-50V

ECJ2VF1H103Z CAP,C .01UF-Z-50V

ECA1AM101

ECA1CM100

CAP,E 100UF/10V

CAP,E 10UF/16V

ECA1HM010

ECA1HM010

ECA1CM100

ECA1CM100

CAP,E 1.0UF/50V

CAP,E 1.0UF/50V

CAP,E 10UF/16V

CAP,E 10UF/16V

ECA1HM010 CAP,E 1.0UF/50V

ECJ2VF1H103Z CAP,C .01UF-Z-50V

ECA1HM010

ECA1CM100

CAP,E 1.0UF/50V

CAP,E 10UF/16V

ECA1CM100

ECA1HM010

ECA1HM010

ECA1CM100

CAP,E 10UF/16V

CAP,E 1.0UF/50V

CAP,E 1.0UF/50V

CAP,E 10UF/16V

ECA1CM100

ECA1HM010

CAP,E 10UF/16V

CAP,E 1.0UF/50V

ECJ2VF1H103Z CAP,C .01UF-Z-50V

ECA1HM010 CAP,E 1.0UF/50V

154-00

D014

D015

D018

D451

D502

D530

D531

D532

D001

D002

D003

D006

D007

D008

D009

D011

REF NO.

C6521

C6522

C6523

C6524

C6525

C6526

C6527

C6528

C6510

C6511

C6512

C6513

C6516

C6517

C6518

C6520

C6529

C6531

C6532

C4316

C4317

C4319

C4320

C6501

C6502

C6504

C6507

C3023

C4301

C4304

C4307

C4313

C4314

C4315

PART NO.

DESCRIPTION

ECA1CM100 CAP,E 10UF/16V

ECA0JM331 CAP,E 330UF/6.3V

ECEA1CKA100 CAP,E 10UF/16V

ECEA1CKN100 CAP,E 10UF/16V

ECJ2VB1H561K CAP,C 560PF-K-50V

ECA1HMR47 CAP,E .47UF/50V

ECJ2VB1H152K CAP,C .0015UF-K-50V

ECA0JM331 CAP,E 330UF/6.3V

ECJ2VF1H103Z CAP,C .01UF-Z-50V

ECJ2VC1H391J CAP,C 390PF-J-50V

ECJ2VB1H681K CAP,C 680PF-K-50V

ECA0JM101 CAP,E 100UF/6.3V

ECJ2VF1H103Z CAP,C .01UF-Z-50V

ECJ2VC1H270J CAP,C 27PF-J-50V

ECJ2VC1H120J CAP,C 12PF-J-50V

ECJ2VC1H120J CAP,C 12PF-J-50V

ECA1HM010 CAP,E 1.0UF/50V

ECJ2VF1H103Z CAP,C .01UF-Z-50V

ECJ2VC1H270J CAP,C 27PF-J-50V

ECJ2VF1H103Z CAP,C .01UF-Z-50V

ECEA1HN010U CAP,E 1UF/50V

ECJ2VF1H103Z CAP,C .01UF-Z-50V

ECA1CM100 CAP,E 10UF/16V

ECA1AM470 CAP,E 47UF/10V

ECJ2VC1H221J CAP,C 220PF-J-50V

ECJ2VF1H104Z CAP,C .1UF-Z-50V

ECA1HM010 CAP,E 1.0UF/50V

ECJ2VF1H103Z CAP,C .01UF-Z-50V

ECA1CM100 CAP,E 10UF/16V

ECJ2VF1H104Z CAP,C .1UF-Z-50V

ECA1AM470 CAP,E 47UF/10V

ECA1CM100 CAP,E 10UF/16V

ECJ2VF1H103Z CAP,C .01UF-Z-50V

ECJ2VF1H103Z CAP,C .01UF-Z-50V

DIODES

ERA15-01

MA165

MA4056M

MA4330H

ERA15-01

ERA15-01

ERA15-01

MA165

MA165

MA165

MA165

ERA15-01

MA4062L

MA4082L

AS01

MA4091M

DIODE

DIODE

DIODE

DIODE

DIODE

DIODE

DIODE

DIODE

DIODE

DIODE

DIODE

DIODE

DIODE

DIODE

DIODE

DIODE, ZENER

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Parts List

REPLACEMENT PARTS LIST

Models: 27UX01B-501 & 27UX01B-511

Important Safety Notice: Components printed in BOLD TYPE have special characteristics important

for safety. When replacing any of these components use only manufacturer’s specified parts.

REF NO.

PART NO.

DESCRIPTION REF NO.

PART NO.

DESCRIPTION

D830

D2101

D2301

D2305

D2306

D2307

D2308

D2315

D820

D821

D822

D823

D824

D825

D826

D829

D559

D561

D801

D802

D805

D806

D807

D809

D533

D551

D554

D555

D556

D557

D558

D3007

D3008

D3009

D3010

D3015

D3016

D3017

D3018

D2342

D2343

D3001

D3002

D3003

D3004

D3005

D3006

D3019

D3020

D3021

D3022

EU02V1

EU02V1

EU02V1

RL30A

EU02V1

TVSSR2KL

EU02V1

MA165

MA4270M

MA3330M

MA165

MA4110M

MA4110M

MA4110M

MA4110M

MA165

MA4091M

TVSRU2N

BYD33G-163

MA165

MA4360H

TVSRU2N

RS3FS

BYD33G-113

BYD33G-163

GP15KL-042

GP15KL-042

TAP111M003

MA4047M

MA165

RU3YX-M

MA165

MA165

MA4110M

MA4110M

MA4110M

MA4110M

MA4110M

MA4110M

MA4110M

MA4110M

MA4110M

MA4110M

MA4110M

MA4110M

MA4110M

MA4110M

MA4110M

MA4110M

MA4110M

MA4110M

DIODE

DIODE

DIODE, ZENER

DIODE, ZENER

DIODE, ZENER

DIODE, ZENER

DIODE, ZENER

DIODE, ZENER

DIODE, ZENER

DIODE, ZENER

DIODE, ZENER

DIODE, ZENER

DIODE, ZENER

DIODE, ZENER

DIODE, ZENER

DIODE, ZENER

DIODE, ZENER

DIODE, ZENER

DIODE, ZENER

DIODE, ZENER

DIODE, ZENER

DIODE

DIODE

DIODE

DIODE, ZENER

DIODE

DIODE

DIODE

DIODE

DIODE

DIODE

DIODE

DIODE, ZENER

DIODE

DIODE

DIODE

DIODE

DIODE

DIODE

DIODE

DIODE, PROTECTION

DIODE

DIODE

DIODE

DIODE

DIODE

DIODE, ZENER

DIODE, ZENER

DIODE, ZENER

DIODE, ZENER

DIODE

L010

L011

L012

L013

L106

L218

L319

L351

L001

L002

L003

L004

L005

L006

L008

L501

L515

L518

L541

L551

L554

L555

L556

L801

L803

EXCELSA35

TLTABT2R2K

TLTABT2R2K

TLTABT2R2K

ELESN330KA

EXCELSA24T

TLTABT470K

TLTABT2R2K

TLTABT2R2K

TLTABT2R2K

TLTABT2R2K

EXCELSA35T

EXCELSA35T

TLTABT101K

TLTABT101K

ELESN3R3KA

TLTABT101K

TLTABT120K

EXCELDR35

ELH5L7103

EXCELSA24T

EXCELSA24T

EXCELSA24T

ELF20N020A

ELF17N007A

D4301 MA3036H

F801 XBA2A00101

F801-1 TP00351-51

F801-2 TP00351-51

DIODE

FUSES

FUSE 6.3A 125V

FUSE CLIP

FUSE CLIP

IC001

IC002

IC003

IC005

IC006

IC101

IC451

IC551

IC552

IC801

IC803

INTEGRATED CIRCUITS

MN101C46FTB INT CKT

M24C08-WBN6 INT CKT

PIC-26042SR INT CKT

PQ1R33

PST9229NR

TA1310BN

LA7845N

AN78M09

AN7805

PC817X2

STR58041A

IC1801 M65617SP

IC2101 AN5170K

INT CKT

INT CKT (RESET)

INT CKT

INT CKT

PLUS 9V AVR

INT CKT

INT CKT

INT CKT

INT CKT

INT CKT

IC2201 AN5849S-E1V

IC2302 AN5272

IC2351 CXA2021S

IC3001 M52790SP

IC6501 MN82840

IC6502 PST9142NR

INT CKT

INT CKT

INT CKT

INT CKT A/V SWITCH

INT CKT

INT CKT

COILS

FERRITE BEAD

COIL, PEAKING 2.2UH

COIL, PEAKING 2.2UH

COIL, PEAKING 2.2UH

COIL, PEAKING 33UH

FERRITE BEAD

COIL, PEAKING 47UH

COIL, PEAKING 2.2UH

COIL, PEAKING 2.2UH

COIL, PEAKING 2.2UH

COIL, PEAKING 2.2UH

FERRITE BEAD

FERRITE BEAD

COIL, PEAKING

COIL, PEAKING

COIL, PEAKING 3.3UH

COIL, PEAKING

COIL, PEAKING 12UH

FERRITE BEAD

COIL

FERRITE BEAD

FERRITE BEAD

FERRITE BEAD

COIL, 2UH

LINE FILTER

Parts List

- 44 -

154-00

REPLACEMENT PARTS LIST

Models: 27UX01B-501 & 27UX01B-511

Important Safety Notice: Components printed in BOLD TYPE have special characteristics important

for safety. When replacing any of these components use only manufacturer’s specified parts.

Q1805

Q2101

Q2302

Q2303

Q2342

Q2343

Q2344

Q2409

Q2410

Q4309

Q551

Q603

Q801

Q802

Q1801

Q1802

Q1803

Q1804

Q351

Q352

Q353

Q401

Q402

Q501

Q509

Q515

Q001

Q002

Q003

Q004

Q005

Q201

Q302

Q303

REF NO.

L2103

L2106

L2109

L2310

L4301

L6502

L6505

L6507

L6508

L804

L1801

L1803

L1804

L1806

L1807

L1808

PART NO.

EXCELSA39

ELESN1R5KA

ELESN2R2KA

ELESN150JA

ELESN1R0KA

ELESN1R0KA

EXCELDR25

ELESN150KA

ELESN560KA

EIV7EN053B

TLTABT2R2K

ELESN3R9KA

ELESN330JA

ELESN330JA

ELESN150KA

EXCELSA35T

2SD2539MA1

2SD601ARTX

2SC1685RSTA

2SC1384RS

2SD601ARTX

2SD601ARTX

2SD601ARTX

2SB709ARTX

2SB709ARTX

2SD601ARTX

2SB709ARTX

2SD601ARTX

2SB709ARTX

2SD601ARTX

2SD601ARTX

2SD601ARTX

2SD601ARTX

2SB709ARTX

2SD601ARTX

2SC1685QRS

2SD601ARTX

2SC1685QRS

2SD601ARTX

2SD601ARTX

2SD601ARTX

2SD601ARTX

2SC3063

2SC3063

2SC3063

2SD601ARTX

2SD601ARTX

2SC4212H

2SD601ARTX

2SD601ARTX

DESCRIPTION

TRANSISTOR

TRANSISTOR

TRANSISTOR

TRANSISTOR

TRANSISTOR

TRANSISTOR

TRANSISTOR

TRANSISTOR

TRANSISTOR

TRANSISTOR

TRANSISTOR

TRANSISTOR

TRANSISTOR

TRANSISTOR

TRANSISTOR

TRANSISTOR

TRANSISTOR

TRANSISTOR

TRANSISTOR

TRANSISTOR

TRANSISTOR

TRANSISTOR

TRANSISTOR

TRANSISTOR

TRANSISTOR

TRANSISTOR

TRANSISTOR

TRANSISTOR

TRANSISTOR

TRANSISTOR

TRANSISTOR

TRANSISTOR

TRANSISTOR

TRANSISTOR

FERRITE BEAD

COIL, PEAKING 1.5UH

COIL, PEAKING 2.2UH

COIL, PEAKING 15UH

COIL, PEAKING 1.0UH

COIL, PEAKING 1.0UH

FERRITE BEAD

COIL, PEAKING 15UH

COIL, PEAKING 56UH

COIL, VCO

COIL, PEAKING 2.2UH

COIL, PEAKING 3.9UH

COIL, PEAKING 33UH

COIL, PEAKING 33UH

COIL, PEAKING 15UH

FERRITE BEAD

TRANSISTORS

ERJ6GEYJ101

ERJ6GEYJ101

ERJ6GEYJ102

ERJ6GEYJ221

ERJ6GEYJ223

ERJ6GEYJ183

ERJ6GEYJ223

ERJ6GEYJ223

ERJ6GEYJ103

ERJ6GEYJ102

ERJ6ENF1002

ERJ6GEYJ272

ERJ6GEYJ222

ERJ6GEYJ362

ERJ6GEYJ562

ERJ6GEYJ103

ERJ6GEYJ182

ERJ6GEYJ562

ERDS1TJ122

ERDS2TJ101

ERDS1TJ181

ERJ6GEYJ103

ERJ6GEYJ103

ERJ6GEYJ221

ERJ6GEYJ103

ERJ6GEYJ102

ERJ6GEYJ223

ERJ6GEYJ472

ERJ6GEYJ472

ERJ6GEYJ472

ERJ6GEYJ472

ERJ6GEYJ682

R029

R030

R032

R033

R034

R035

R036

R037

R021

R022

R023

R024

R025

R026

R027

R028

R010

R012

R013

R014

R015

R016

R017

R020

R002

R003

R004

R005

R006

R007

R008

R009

REF NO.

Q6504

Q6505

Q6506

Q6509

Q6510

Q6514

Q6516

Q6517

Q6519

Q4310

Q4311

Q4312

Q4313

Q4315

Q6501

Q6502

PART NO.

2SD601ARTX

2SB709ARTX

2SD601ARTX

2SD601ARTX

2SC1384QR

2SD601ARTX

2SD601ARTX

2SD601ARTX

2SD601ARTX

2SD601ARTX

2SD601ARTX

2SB709ARTX

2SB709ARTX

2SB709ARTX

2SD601ARTX

2SD601ARTX

RL801 TSEH8007

154-00

- 45 -

DESCRIPTION

TRANSISTOR

TRANSISTOR

TRANSISTOR

TRANSISTOR

TRANSISTOR

TRANSISTOR

TRANSISTOR

TRANSISTOR

TRANSISTOR

TRANSISTOR

TRANSISTOR

TRANSISTOR

TRANSISTOR

TRANSISTOR

TRANSISTOR

TRANSISTOR

RELAYS

RELAY

RESISTORS

RES,M 1.8K-J-1/10

RES,M 5.6K-J-1/10

RES,C 1.2K-J-1/2

RES,C 100-J-1/4

RES,C 180-J-1/2

RES,M 10K-J-1/10

RES,M 10K-J-1/10

RES,M 220-J-1/10

RES,M 10K-J-1/10

RES,M 1K-J-1/10

RES,M 22K-J-1/10

RES,M 4.7K-J-1/10

RES,M 4.7K-J-1/10

RES,M 4.7K-J-1/10

RES,M 4.7K-J-1/10

RES,M 6.8K-J-1/10

RES,M 100-J-1/10

RES,M 100-J-1/10

RES,M 1K-J-1/10

RES,M 220-J-1/10

RES,M 22K-J-1/10

RES,M 18K-J-1/10

RES,M 22K-J-1/10

RES,M 22K-J-1/10

RES,M 10K-J-1/10

RES,M 1K-J-1/10

RES,M 10K-F-1/10

RES,M 2.7K-J-1/10

RES,M 2.2K-J-1/10

RES,M 3.6K-J-1/10

RES,M 5.6K-J-1/10

RES,M 10K-J-1/10

Parts List

REPLACEMENT PARTS LIST

Models: 27UX01B-501 & 27UX01B-511

Important Safety Notice: Components printed in BOLD TYPE have special characteristics important

for safety. When replacing any of these components use only manufacturer’s specified parts.

REF NO.

PART NO.

DESCRIPTION REF NO.

PART NO.

DESCRIPTION

R079

R201

R223

R225

R226

R245

R301

R302

R068

R072

R073

R074

R075

R076

R077

R078

R045

R046

R047

R049

R060

R065

R066

R067

R038

R039

R040

R041

R042

R043

R044

R351

R352

R353

R354

R355

R356

R357

R358

R303

R305

R306

R309

R310

R312

R328

R341

R359

R360

R361

R362

ERJ6GEYJ103

ERJ6GEYJ562

ERJ6GEYJ562

ERJ6GEYJ562

ERJ6GEYJ102

ERJ6GEYJ102

ERJ6GEYJ102

ERJ6GEYJ101

ERJ6GEYJ101

ERJ6GEYJ331

ERJ6GEYJ561

ERJ6GEYJ331

ERJ6GEYJ331

ERJ6GEYJ224

ERJ6GEYJ331

ERJ6GEYJ331

ERJ6GEYJ223

ERJ6GEYJ102

ERJ6GEYJ472

ERJ6GEYJ472

ERJ6GEYJ102

ERJ6GEYJ203

ERJ6GEYJ222

ERJ6GEYJ223

ERJ6GEYJ333

ERJ6GEYJ562

ERJ6GEYJ101

ERJ6GEYJ471

ERJ6GEYJ101

ERJ6GEYJ103

ERJ6GEYJ103

ERJ6GEYJ331

ERJ6GEYJ682

ERJ6GEYJ103

ERJ6GEYJ332

ERJ6GEYJ332

ERJ6GEYJ393

ERJ6GEYJ105

ERJ6GEYJ474

ERG2FJ123H

ERG2FJ123H

ERG2FJ123H

ERDS1TJ272

ERDS1TJ272

ERDS1TJ272

ERDS2TJ181

ERDS2TJ181

ERDS2TJ181

ERDS2TJ821

ERDS2TJ821

ERDS2TJ821

RES,M 22K-J-1/10

RES,M 1K-J-1/10

RES,M 4.7K-J-1/10

RES,M 4.7K-J-1/10

RES,M 1K-J-1/10

RES,M 20K-J-1/10

RES,M 2.2K-J-1/10

RES,M 22K-J-1/10

RES,M 33K-J-1/10

RES,M 5.6K-J-1/10

RES,M 100-J-1/10

RES,M 470-J-1/10

RES,M 100-J-1/10

RES,M 10K-J-1/10

RES,M 10K-J-1/10

RES,M 10K-J-1/10

RES,M 5.6K-J-1/10

RES,M 5.6K-J-1/10

RES,M 5.6K-J-1/10

RES,M 1K-J-1/10

RES,M 1K-J-1/10

RES,M 1K-J-1/10

RES,M 100-J-1/10

RES,M 100-J-1/10

RES,M 330-J-1/10

RES,M 560-J-1/10

RES,M 330-J-1/10

RES,M 330-J-1/10

RES,M 220K-J-1/10

RES,M 330-J-1/10

RES,M 330-J-1/10

RES,M 330-J-1/10

RES,M 6.8K-J-1/10

RES,M 10K-J-1/10

RES,M 3.3K-J-1/10

RES,M 3.3K-J-1/10

RES,M 39K-J-1/10

RES,M 1.0MEG-J-1/10

RES,M 470K-J-1/10

RES,M 12K-J-2W

RES,M 12K-J-2W

RES,M 12K-J-2W

RES,C 2.7K-J-1/2

RES,C 2.7K-J-1/2

RES,C 2.7K-J-1/2

RES,C 180-J-1/4

RES,C 180-J-1/4

RES,C 180-J-1/4

RES,C 820-J-1/4

RES,C 820-J-1/4

RES,C 820-J-1/4

R469

R470

R501

R502

R504

R505

R506

R507

R455

R456

R457

R458

R460

R461

R465

R468

R408

R409

R410

R411

R412

R452

R453

R454

R363

R364

R365

R401

R402

R403

R405

R516

R517

R531

R532

R533

R550

R551

R552

R508

R509

R510

R511

R512

R513

R514

R515

R553

R556

R557

R558

ERJ6GEYJ471

ERJ6GEYJ221

ERG3FJ362H

ERG3FJ362H

ERG2FJ392H

ERJ6GEYJ471

ERJ6GEYJ152

ERJ6GEYJ562

ERJ6GEYJ272

ERJ6GEYJ181

ERD25FJ470

ERJ6ENF5602

ERJ6ENF2102

ERDS1FJ1R0

ERDS1FJ1R0

ERDS1FJ1R0

ERG3FJ270H

ERJ6GEYJ272

ERJ6GEYJ103

ERQ1CKPR22

ERDS2TJ101

ERDS2TJ101

ERDS2TJ101

ERJ6GEYJ102

ERJ6GEYJ471

ERJ6GEYJ622

ERJ6GEYJ102

ERJ6GEYJ331

ERJ6GEYJ271

ERJ6ENF1272

ERJ6ENF6801

ERDS2TJ123

ERDS1FJ1R8

ERJ6GEYJ123

ERJ6GEYJ473

RES,C 100-J-1/4

RES,C 100-J-1/4

RES,C 100-J-1/4

RES,M 1K-J-1/10

RES,M 470-J-1/10

RES,M 6.2K-J-1/10

RES,M 1K-J-1/10

RES,M 330-J-1/10

RES,M 270-J-1/10

RES,M 12.7K-F-1/10W

RES,M 6.8K-F-1/10

RES,C 12K-J-1/4

RES,C 1.8-J-1/2

RES,M 12K-J-1/10

RES,M 47K-J-1/10

ERJ6GEYJ103

ERG3FJ151H

ERDS1FJ1R5

ERDS1FJ2R7

RES,M 10K-J-1/10

RES,M 150-J-3W

RES,C 1.5-J-1/2

RES,C 2.7-J-1/2

ERJ6GEYJ103

ERJ6GEYJ223

RES,M 10K-J-1/10

RES,M 22K-J-1/10

ERJ6GEYJ104 RES,M 100K-J-1/10

ER0S2CKF4321 RES,M 4.32K-F-1/4

ER0S2CKF1471 RES,M 1.47K-F-1/4

ERDS2TJ102 RES,C 1K-J-1/4

ERJ6GEYJ301

ERJ6GEYJ562

RES,M 300-J-1/10

RES,M 5.6K-J-1/10

ERJ6GEYJ333

ERDS1TJ181

ERJ6GEYJ682

ERJ6GEYJ561

RES,M 33K-J-1/10

RES,C 180-J-1/2

RES,M 6.8K-J-1/10

RES,M 560-J-1/10

RES,M 470-J-1/10

RES,M 220-J-1/10

RES,M 3.6K-J-3W

RES,M 3.6K-J-3W

RES,M 3.9K-J-2W

RES,M 470-J-1/10

RES,M 1.5K-J-1/10

RES,M 5.6K-J-1/10

RES,M 2.7K-J-1/10

RES,M 180-J-1/10

RES,C 47-J-1/4

RES,M 56K-F-1/10

RES,M 21K-F-1/10

RES,C 1.0-J-1/2

RES,C 1.0-J-1/2

RES,C 1.0-J-1/2

RES,M 27-J-3W

RES,M 2.7K-J-1/10

RES,M 10K-J-1/10

RES,F .22-K-1W

Parts List

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154-00

REPLACEMENT PARTS LIST

Models: 27UX01B-501 & 27UX01B-511

Important Safety Notice: Components printed in BOLD TYPE have special characteristics important

for safety. When replacing any of these components use only manufacturer’s specified parts.

REF NO.

R820

R821

R822

R823

R824

R825

R826

R827

R806

R808

R809

R810

R812

R813

R815

R818

R574

R601

R618

R619

R620

R801

R804

R805

R559

R560

R561

R563

R564

R566

R569

R1808

R1809

R1810

R1811

R1812

R1813

R1814

R1815

R828

R829

R1801

R1802

R1803

R1804

R1805

R1807

R1818

R1819

R1822

R1823

PART NO.

DESCRIPTION

ERG3FJ470

ERQ14AJ6R8

ERJ6GEYJ301

ERJ6GEYJ104

ERJ6GEYJ474

ERJ6GEYJ202

ERJ6GEYJ102

ERJ6GEYJ103

ERJ6GEYJ103

ERJ6GEYJ473

ERJ6GEYJ103

ERJ6GEYJ682

ERJ6GEYJ153

ERJ6GEYJ153

ERJ6GEYJ271

ERJ6GEYJ361

ERJ6GEYJ101

ERJ6GEYJ101

ERJ6GEYJ682

ERJ6GEYJ473

ERG2FJ683H

TLTABT101K

ERG2FJ102H

ERDS2TJ683

ERDS2TJ823

ERDS1FJ1R0

ERG2FJ683H

ERG2FJ220H

ERJ6GEYJ391

ERJ6GEYJ474

ERJ6GEYJ563

ERJ6GEYJ153

ERF7ZK1R5

ERW12PK1R8

ERDS2TJ274

RES,M 12K-J-2W

COIL, PEAKING

RES,M 1K-J-2W

RES,C 68K-J-1/4

RES,C 82K-J-1/4

RES,C 1.0-J-1/2

RES,M 12K-J-2W

RES,M 22-J-2W

RES,M 390-J-1/10

RES,M 470K-J-1/10

RES,M 56K-J-1/10

RES,M 15K-J-1/10

RES,W 1.5-K-7W

RES,W 1.8-K-1/2W

RES,C 270K-J-1/4

ERDS2TJ274

ERDS1FJ1R0

ERDS1FJ1R0

ERDS1FJ272

RES,C 270K-J-1/4

RES,C 1.0-J-1/2

RES,C 1.0-J-1/2

RES,C 2.7K-J-1/2

ERDS1TJ183

ERJ6GEYJ562

RES,C 18K-J-1/2

RES,M 5.6K-J-1/10

ERC12ZGM825 RES,S 8.2MEG-M-1/2

ERQ12HJR56 RES,F .56-J-1/2

ERJ6GEYJ273

ERJ6GEYJ392

ERD50FJ474

ERDS2TJ222

ERG3FJ390H

ERDS2TJ102

ERF2AKR22

ERDS1FJ561

RES,M 27K-J-1/10

RES,M 3.9K-J-1/10

RES,C 470K-J-1/2W

RES,C 2.2K-J-1/4

RES,M 39-J-3W

RES,C 1K-J-1/4

RES,W .22-K-2W

RES,C 560-J-1/2

RES,M 47-J-3W

RES,F 6.8-J-1/4

RES,M 300-J-1/10

RES,M 100K-J-1/10

RES,M 470K-J-1/10

RES,M 2K-J-1/10

RES,M 1K-J-1/10

RES,M 10K-J-1/10

RES,M 10K-J-1/10

RES,M 47K-J-1/10

RES,M 10K-J-1/10

RES,M 6.8K-J-1/10

RES,M 15K-J-1/10

RES,M 15K-J-1/10

RES,M 270-J-1/10

RES,M 360-J-1/10

RES,M 100-J-1/10

RES,M 100-J-1/10

RES,M 6.8K-J-1/10

RES,M 47K-J-1/10

154-00

REF NO.

R2207

R2221

R2301

R2305

R2306

R2307

R2308

R2311

R2119

R2121

R2122

R2123

R2124

R2127

R2203

R2206

R2110

R2111

R2112

R2113

R2114

R2116

R2117

R2118

R1825

R1827

R1828

R1830

R1856

R2106

R2109

R2329

R2330

R2332

R2333

R2334

R2336

R2337

R2338

R2312

R2313

R2318

R2319

R2321

R2322

R2323

R2325

R2339

R2340

R2341

R2342

PART NO.

DESCRIPTION

ERJ6GEYJ752

ERJ6GEYJ332

ERJ6GEYJ682

ERJ6GEYJ223

ERDS2TJ181

ERDS2TJ181

ERJ6GEYJ822

ERJ6GEYJ103

ERJ6GEYJ751

ERJ6GEYJ183

ERJ6GEYJ751

ERJ6GEYJ183

ERJ6GEYJ472

ERJ6GEYJ472

ERJ6GEYJ221

ERJ6GEYJ103

ERJ6GEYJ221

ERJ6GEYJ223

ERJ6GEYJ152

ERJ6GEYJ223

ERJ6GEYJ392

ERJ6GEYJ221

ERJ6GEYJ473

ERJ6GEYJ473

ERJ6GEYJ332

ERJ6GEYJ101

ERJ6GEYJ751

ERJ6GEYJ102

ERJ6GEYJ102

ERJ6GEYJ101

ERQ2CJP1R0

ERD25FJ180

ERD25FJ180

ERJ6GEYJ221

ERJ6GEYJ221

ERJ6GEYJ562

ERJ6GEYJ471

ERJ6GEYJ102

ERJ6GEYJ471

ERJ6GEYJ102

ERJ6GEYJ153

ERJ6GEYJ183

ERJ6GEYJ683

RES,M 470-J-1/10

RES,M 1K-J-1/10

RES,M 470-J-1/10

RES,M 1K-J-1/10

RES,M 15K-J-1/10

RES,M 18K-J-1/10

RES,M 68K-J-1/10

ERJ6GEYJ331

ERJ6GEYJ152

ERJ6GEYJ331

ERJ6GEYJ102

RES,M 330-J-1/10

RES,M 1.5K-J-1/10

RES,M 330-J-1/10

RES,M 1K-J-1/10

ERJ6GEYJ681

ERJ6GEYJ102

RES,M 680-J-1/10

RES,M 1K-J-1/10

ERJ6GEYJ121 RES,M 120-J-1/10

EVND8AA03B14 CONTROL 10K

RES,M 3.9K-J-1/10

RES,M 220-J-1/10

RES,M 47K-J-1/10

RES,M 47K-J-1/10

RES,M 3.3K-J-1/10

RES,M 100-J-1/10

RES,M 750-J-1/10

RES,M 1K-J-1/10

RES,M 1K-J-1/10

RES,M 100-J-1/10

RES,F 1.0-J-2W

RES,C 18-J-1/4

RES,C 18-J-1/4

RES,M 220-J-1/10

RES,M 220-J-1/10

RES,M 5.6K-J-1/10

RES,M 7.5K-J-1/10

RES,M 3.3K-J-1/10

RES,M 6.8K-J-1/10

RES,M 22K-J-1/10

RES,C 180-J-1/4

RES,C 180-J-1/4

RES,M 8.2K-J-1/10

RES,M 10K-J-1/10

RES,M 750-J-1/10

RES,M 18K-J-1/10

RES,M 750-J-1/10

RES,M 18K-J-1/10

RES,M 4.7K-J-1/10

RES,M 4.7K-J-1/10

RES,M 220-J-1/10

RES,M 10K-J-1/10

RES,M 220-J-1/10

RES,M 22K-J-1/10

RES,M 1.5K-J-1/10

RES,M 22K-J-1/10

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Parts List

REPLACEMENT PARTS LIST

Models: 27UX01B-501 & 27UX01B-511

Important Safety Notice: Components printed in BOLD TYPE have special characteristics important

for safety. When replacing any of these components use only manufacturer’s specified parts.

REF NO.

PART NO.

DESCRIPTION REF NO.

PART NO.

DESCRIPTION

R3012

R3013

R3014

R3015

R3016

R3017

R3018

R3019

R3004

R3005

R3006

R3007

R3008

R3009

R3010

R3011

R2353

R2355

R2366

R2367

R2418

R2419

R3001

R3003

R2343

R2344

R2345

R2346

R2350

R2351

R2352

R4331

R4332

R4333

R4334

R4336

R4338

R4339

R4340

R3020

R4310

R4311

R4326

R4327

R4328

R4329

R4330

R4341

R4342

R4344

R4345

ERJ6GEYJ102

ERJ6GEYJ330

ERJ6GEYJ750

ERJ6GEYJ750

ERJ6GEYJ750

ERJ6GEYJ750

ERJ6GEYJ750

ERJ6GEYJ750

ERJ6GEYJ750

ERDS2TJ331

ERJ6GEYJ330

ERDS2TJ102

ERJ6GEYJ102

ERJ6GEYJ330

ERJ6GEYJ102

ERDS2TJ102

ERJ6GEYJ152

ERJ6GEYJ471

ERJ6GEYJ223

ERJ6GEYJ471

ERJ6GEYJ682

ERJ6GEYJ105

ERJ6GEYJ105

ERJ6GEYJ101

ERJ6GEYJ682

ERJ6GEYJ222

ERJ6GEYJ222

ERJ6GEYJ471

ERJ6GEYJ471

ERJ6GEYJ101

ERJ6GEYJ102

ERJ6GEYJ330

ERJ6GEYJ472

ERJ6GEYJ472

ERD25TJ221

ERJ6GEYJ331

ERJ6GEYJ560

ERJ6GEYJ182

ERJ6GEYJ561

ERJ6GEYJ391

ERJ6GEYJ393

ERJ6GEYJ304

ERJ6GEYJ152

ERJ6GEYJ680

ERJ6GEYJ222

ERJ6GEYJ102

ERJ6GEYJ682

ERJ6GEYJ222

ERJ6GEYJ223

ERJ6GEYJ682

ERJ6GEYJ103

RES,M 33-J-1/10

RES,M 4.7K-J-1/10

RES,M 4.7K-J-1/10

RES,C 220-J-1/4

RES,M 330-J-1/10

RES,M 56-J-1/10

RES,M 1.8K-J-1/10

RES,M 560-J-1/10

RES,M 390-J-1/10

RES,M 39K-J-1/10

RES,M 300K-J-1/10

RES,M 1.5K-J-1/10

RES,M 68-J-1/10

RES,M 2.2K-J-1/10

RES,M 1K-J-1/10

RES,M 6.8K-J-1/10

RES,M 2.2K-J-1/10

RES,M 22K-J-1/10

RES,M 6.8K-J-1/10

RES,M 10K-J-1/10

RES,M 1.5K-J-1/10

RES,M 470-J-1/10

RES,M 22K-J-1/10

RES,M 470-J-1/10

RES,M 6.8K-J-1/10

RES,M 1.0MEG-J-1/10

RES,M 1.0MEG-J-1/10

RES,M 100-J-1/10

RES,M 6.8K-J-1/10

RES,M 2.2K-J-1/10

RES,M 2.2K-J-1/10

RES,M 470-J-1/10

RES,M 470-J-1/10

RES,M 100-J-1/10

RES,M 1K-J-1/10

RES,M 1K-J-1/10

RES,M 33-J-1/10

RES,M 75-J-1/10

RES,M 75-J-1/10

RES,M 75-J-1/10

RES,M 75-J-1/10

RES,M 75-J-1/10

RES,M 75-J-1/10

RES,M 75-J-1/10

RES,C 330-J-1/4

RES,M 33-J-1/10

RES,C 1K-J-1/4

RES,M 1K-J-1/10

RES,M 33-J-1/10

RES,M 1K-J-1/10

RES,C 1K-J-1/4

S001

S002

S003

S004

S005

S008

S009

R6543

R6544

R6545

R6548

R6549

R6553

R6554

R6555

R6523

R6524

R6526

R6535

R6537

R6538

R6540

R6542

R6556

R6557

R6558

R6559

R6560

R6565

R6566

R6567

R6568

R6512

R6513

R6515

R6516

R6518

R6519

R6520

R6522

R6501

R6502

R6503

R6505

R6509

R6510

R6511

T001

ERJ6GEYJ562

ERJ6GEYJ471

ERJ6GEYJ102

ERJ6GEYJ181

ERJ6GEYJ392

ERJ6GEYJ122

ERJ6GEYJ151

ERJ6GEYJ680

ERJ6GEYJ122

ERJ6GEYJ102

ERJ6GEYJ221

ERJ6GEYJ471

ERJ6GEYJ222

ERJ6GEYJ101

ERJ6GEYJ472

ERJ6GEYJ153

ERJ6GEYJ471

ERJ6GEYJ471

ERJ6GEYJ471

ERJ6GEYJ471

ERJ6GEYJ471

ERJ6GEYJ102

ERJ6GEYJ123

ERJ6GEYJ102

ERJ6GEYJ152

ERJ6GEYJ102

ERJ6GEYJ103

ERJ6GEYJ333

ERJ6GEYJ333

ERJ6GEYJ102

ERJ6GEYJ102

ERJ6GEYJ333

ERJ6GEYJ123

ERJ6GEYJ103

ERJ6GEYJ272

ERJ6GEYJ124

ERJ6GEYJ102

ERJ6GEYJ681

ERJ6GEYJ222

ERJ6GEYJ471

TSE2AD001

TSE2AD001

TSE2AD001

TSE2AD001

TSE2AD001

TSE2AD001

TSE2AD001

TLP16297

RES,M 470-J-1/10

RES,M 470-J-1/10

RES,M 470-J-1/10

RES,M 470-J-1/10

RES,M 470-J-1/10

RES,M 1K-J-1/10

RES,M 12K-J-1/10

RES,M 1K-J-1/10

RES,M 1.5K-J-1/10

RES,M 1K-J-1/10

RES,M 10K-J-1/10

RES,M 33K-J-1/10

RES,M 33K-J-1/10

RES,M 1K-J-1/10

RES,M 1K-J-1/10

RES,M 5.6K-J-1/10

RES,M 470-J-1/10

RES,M 1K-J-1/10

RES,M 180-J-1/10

RES,M 3.9K-J-1/10

RES,M 1.2K-J-1/10

RES,M 150-J-1/10

RES,M 68-J-1/10

RES,M 1.2K-J-1/10

RES,M 1K-J-1/10

RES,M 220-J-1/10

RES,M 470-J-1/10

RES,M 2.2K-J-1/10

RES,M 100-J-1/10

RES,M 4.7K-J-1/10

RES,M 15K-J-1/10

RES,M 33K-J-1/10

RES,M 12K-J-1/10

RES,M 10K-J-1/10

RES,M 2.7K-J-1/10

RES,M 120K-J-1/10

RES,M 1K-J-1/10

RES,M 680-J-1/10

RES,M 2.2K-J-1/10

RES,M 470-J-1/10

SWITCHES

SWITCH

SWITCH

SWITCH

SWITCH

SWITCH

SWITCH

SWITCH

TRANSFORMERS

TRANSFORMER, POWER SUPPLY

Parts List

- 48 -

154-00

REPLACEMENT PARTS LIST

Models: 27UX01B-501 & 27UX01B-511

Important Safety Notice: Components printed in BOLD TYPE have special characteristics important

for safety. When replacing any of these components use only manufacturer’s specified parts.

REF NO.

PART NO.

DESCRIPTION

T501

T502

T551

T801

TLH15452

ETE19Z30AY

TRANSFORMER, HORIZONTAL

DRIVER

TRANSFORMER, HORIZONTAL

COUPLING

TRANSFORMER, FLYBACK TLF2AA002

ETS29AK3L5NC TRANSFORMER, SWITCHING

CRYSTALS/FILTERS

X001

X501

X601

X1801

X2102

X2103

TSSA092

TSS2AA001

CRYSTAL OSCILLATOR

CRYSTAL, 3.58MHZ

TAFCSB503F30 CRYSTAL

TSSA092 CRYSTAL OSCILLATOR

EFCS4R5MW5BA FILTER, BANDPASS

M1972M FILTER

OTHERS

YOKE, CONVERGENCE M001 ETC33X82NA

TNR001 ENGF6101G

TNR002 ENV56D61G3

M002

M003

M004

M005

M006

HL01423

H462271

H462472

M68LGL061X

TAS2AA0015

TUNER

TUNER

TRANSMITTER, REMOTE CONTROL

WARRANTY CARD 27UX01B-501

WARRANTY CARD

CRT 27”

SPEAKER 8-OHM 5W

27UX01B-511

REF NO.

PART NO.

DESCRIPTION

M013

M014

M015

M016

M017

M018

M019

M020

M007

M008

M009

DY

M010

M011

M012

TBM2AA0031

TJS2AC00301

TKX2AA00401

TLY2AA006

TMM2A30702

TQB2AA0347

TQB2AA0348

DEG

M021

0LK19045A

2784243

JK3001 TJB2AA0221

JK3002 TJB2AA0045

JK3003 TJB2AA0171

JK3004 TJB2AA0211

BADGE, HITACHI

CRT SOCKET

GUIDE, IR

DEFLECTION YOKE

WEDGE, YOKE

MANUAL, OWNERS

MANUAL, OWNERS

TQB2AA7077

TSX2AA0111

V-CHIP HITACHI NA8

AC LINE CORD

TXFBX05BSER ASSY, 7-KEY BUTTON

TXFKU43BSER ASSY, CABINET BACK

COIL, DEGAUSSING 27”

BATTERY

TERMINAL, A/V 8P

TERMINAL, FRONT A/V

TERMINAL, A/V

TERMINAL, A/V 2P

27UX01B-501

27UX01B-511

27UX01B-501

TXFKU44BSER ASSY, CABINET BACK

TXFKY22BSER ASSY, CABINET FRONT

TXF3A01ZER

0FMK014ZZ

ASSY. DAG GROUND

27UX01B-511

CONVERGENCE CORRECTOR STRIP

154-00

- 49 -

Parts List

DESCRIPTION OF ABBREVIATIONS GUIDE

C

F

M

S

W

RESISTOR

TYPE

Carbon F

TOLERANCE

+/- 1%

Fuse

Metal Oxide

Solid

Wire Wound

M

G

J

K

+/- 5%

+/- 10%

+/- 20%

+/- 2%

RES, C 270-J-1/4

C

E

P

S

T

CAPACITOR

TYPE

Ceramic C

TOLERANCE

+/- 0.25pF

Electrolytic

Polyester

Styrol

Tantalum

P

Z

L

M

J

K

D

F

+/- 0.5pF

+/- 1pF

+/- 5%

+/- 10%

+/- 15%

+/- 20%

+10% -0%

+80% -20%

CAP, P .068UF-K-50V

- 50 -

- 51 -

NOTES

+,7$&+,

Printed in USA

V00062000ME0609

2

3

1

A B C D E

A-Board Schematic (Left Portion)

F G H

4

5

Boards Designation

• A-Board - Main Chassis

• C-Board - CRT Drive

• S-Board - 2nd Tuner Board

• Y-Board - PIP Controller

1. Voltage measurement:

-

-

Voltage Measurements

-

AC input to the Receiver is 120V.

NTSC (HD, 1125i & 525P when applicable) signal generator is connected to the antenna of the

Receiver. (Color bar pattern of

100 IRE white and 7.5 IRE black.)

All Picture and Audio adjustments are set to Normalize.

TV ANT/CABLE - (Set-Up Menu) in TV/ANT Mode

Volume - Min

TV/Video SW - TV position

Audio Mode - Stereo

-

Voltage readings are nominal and may vary ±10% on active devices. Some voltage reading will vary with signal strength and picture content.

Supply voltages are nominal.

2. Ground symbol indicates ground lead connection of meter.

Incorrect ground connection will result in erroneous readings.

CAUTION:

Incorrect ground connection of the test equipment will result in erroneous readings.

Schematic Notes

1. Resistors are carbon 1/4W unless noted otherwise.

2. Capacitors are ceramic 50V unless noted otherwise.

3. Coil value notes is inductance in

µ

H.

4. Test point indicated by ; Test point but no pin .

5. Components indicated with are critical parts and replacement should be made with manufacture specified replacement parts only.

6.

(BOLD LINE) indicates the route of B+ supply.

7. The schematic diagrams are current at the time of printing and are subject to change without notice.

8. Ground symbol indicates HOT

GROUND CONNECTION; indicates COLD GROUND.

NOTE: All other component symbols are used for engineering design purposes.

1.

Waveform Measurements

3

indicates waveform measurement.

(Measurement can be taken at the

5. Ground symbol shown on waveform number indicates (Hot) ground lead connection of the

Oscilloscope.

best accessible location in common to the indicated point.)

2. Taken with an NTSC signal generator connected to the antenna terminal.

(NTSC color bar pattern of 8 bars of

EIA colors, 100 IRE white and 7.5

IRE black.)

3. Customer Controls (Picture/Audio

Menu) are set to Normalize. Volume is set to “MIN”.

4. All video and color waveforms are taken with a wideband scope and a probe with low capacitance (10 to 1).

Shape and peak altitudes may vary depending on the type of

Oscilloscope used and its settings.

CAUTION: Incorrect ground connection of the test equipment will result in erroneous readings.

IMPORTANT SAFETY NOTICE

THIS SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM INCORPORATES SPECIAL FEATURES

THAT ARE IMPORTANT FOR PROTECTION FROM X-RADIATION, FIRE

AND ELECTRICAL SHOCK HAZARDS. WHEN SERVICING IT IS

ESSENTIAL THAT ONLY MANUFACTURERS SPECIFIED PARTS BE

USED FOR THE CRITICAL COMPONENTS DESIGNATED WITH A IN

THE SCHEMATIC.

N ote:

Obtain voltages using a digital multimeter.

4

5

2

3

1

A B C

A-Board Layout - TNP2AH017

D E F G H

1.

Waveform Measurements

3

indicates waveform measurement.

(Measurement can be taken at the

5. Ground symbol shown on waveform number indicates (Hot) ground lead connection of the

Oscilloscope.

best accessible location in common to the indicated point.)

2. Taken with an NTSC signal generator connected to the antenna terminal.

(NTSC color bar pattern of 8 bars of

EIA colors, 100 IRE white and 7.5

IRE black.)

3. Customer Controls (Picture/Audio

Menu) are set to Normalize. Volume is set to “MIN”.

4. All video and color waveforms are taken with a wideband scope and a probe with low capacitance (10 to 1).

Shape and peak altitudes may vary depending on the type of

Oscilloscope used and its settings.

CAUTION: Incorrect ground connection of the test equipment will result in erroneous readings.

IMPORTANT SAFETY NOTICE

THIS SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM INCORPORATES SPECIAL FEATURES

THAT ARE IMPORTANT FOR PROTECTION FROM X-RADIATION, FIRE

AND ELECTRICAL SHOCK HAZARDS. WHEN SERVICING IT IS

ESSENTIAL THAT ONLY MANUFACTURERS SPECIFIED PARTS BE

USED FOR THE CRITICAL COMPONENTS DESIGNATED WITH A IN

THE SCHEMATIC.

1. Voltage measurement:

-

-

Voltage Measurements

-

AC input to the Receiver is 120V.

NTSC (HD, 1125i & 525P when applicable) signal generator is connected to the antenna of the

Receiver. (Color bar pattern of

100 IRE white and 7.5 IRE black.)

All Picture and Audio adjustments are set to Normalize.

TV ANT/CABLE - (Set-Up Menu) in TV/ANT Mode

Volume - Min

TV/Video SW - TV position

Audio Mode - Stereo

-

Voltage readings are nominal and may vary ±10% on active devices. Some voltage reading will vary with signal strength and picture content.

Supply voltages are nominal.

2. Ground symbol indicates ground lead connection of meter.

Incorrect ground connection will result in erroneous readings.

CAUTION:

Incorrect ground connection of the test equipment will result in erroneous readings.

Schematic Notes

1. Resistors are carbon 1/4W unless noted otherwise.

2. Capacitors are ceramic 50V unless noted otherwise.

3. Coil value notes is inductance in

µ

H.

4. Test point indicated by ; Test point but no pin .

5. Components indicated with are critical parts and replacement should be made with manufacture specified replacement parts only.

6.

(BOLD LINE) indicates the route of B+ supply.

7. The schematic diagrams are current at the time of printing and are subject to change without notice.

8. Ground symbol indicates HOT

GROUND CONNECTION; indicates COLD GROUND.

NOTE: All other component symbols are used for engineering design purposes.

CHIP TRANSISTOR

LEAD DESIGNATION

1

1.1V p-p [20

µ

s]

IC3001 PIN 36 (VIDEO)

2

1.0V p-p [20

µ

s]

IC3001 PIN 32 (Y IN)

5

3.3V p-p [20

µ

s]

(R OUT)

TP47R

6

3.1V p-p [20

µ

s]

(G OUT)

TP47G

Notes:

The board layout was modified to enhance and display traces otherwise hidden by a mask.

Check Parts List for most recent component values and part numbers.

Obtain voltages with a digital multimeter.

Waveforms - A-Board

N/A

9

4.1V p-p [5ms]

IC101 PIN 33 (VD OUT)

13

10

1.5V p-p [5ms]

IC101 PIN 25 (V NFB)

503KHz X’tal

14

IC101 PIN 41

H OSC

OSC

17

180.0V p-p [20

µ

s]

Q501 Collector (H DRIVE)

21

350.0V p-p [5

µ

s]

Q802 Collector

18

274.0V p-p [20

µ

s]

T551 PIN 1

3

0.7 p-p [20

µ

s]

IC3001 PIN 34 (C IN)

3.58MHz X’tal

4

IC101 PIN 49

3.58VCO

OSC

7

3.3V p-p [20

µ

s]

(B OUT)

TP47B

8

1.0V p-p [20

µ

s]

IC101 PIN 38 (SYNC IN)

11

52.0V p-p [5ms]

IC451 PIN 2 (VERT OUT)

15

6.2V p-p [20

µ

s]

IC101 PIN 35 (H OUT)

19

26.0V p-p [20

µ

s]

T551 PIN 6

12

29.6V p-p [5ms]

IC451 PIN 3

16

8.2V p-p [20

µ

s]

IC101 PIN 34 (FBP IN)

20

334.0V p-p [5

µ

s]

IC803 PIN 2

1

2

3

4

5

A

CHIP TRANSISTOR

LEAD DESIGNATION

B C

Boards Designation

• A-Board - Main Chassis

• C-Board - CRT Drive

• S-Board - 2nd Tuner Board

• Y-Board - PIP Controller

D

A-Board Schematic (Right Portion)

1. Voltage measurement:

-

-

Voltage Measurements

-

AC input to the Receiver is 120V.

NTSC (HD, 1125i & 525P when applicable) signal generator is connected to the antenna of the

Receiver. (Color bar pattern of

100 IRE white and 7.5 IRE black.)

All Picture and Audio adjustments are set to Normalize.

TV ANT/CABLE - (Set-Up Menu) in TV/ANT Mode

Volume - Min

TV/Video SW - TV position

Audio Mode - Stereo

-

Voltage readings are nominal and may vary ±10% on active devices. Some voltage reading will vary with signal strength and picture content.

Supply voltages are nominal.

2. Ground symbol indicates ground lead connection of meter.

Incorrect ground connection will result in erroneous readings.

CAUTION:

Incorrect ground connection of the test equipment will result in erroneous readings.

N ote:

Obtain voltages using a digital multimeter.

E

Schematic Notes

1. Resistors are carbon 1/4W unless noted otherwise.

2. Capacitors are ceramic 50V unless noted otherwise.

3. Coil value notes is inductance in

µ

H.

4. Test point indicated by ; Test point but no pin .

5. Components indicated with are critical parts and replacement should be made with manufacture specified replacement parts only.

6.

(BOLD LINE) indicates the route of B+ supply.

7. The schematic diagrams are current at the time of printing and are subject to change without notice.

8. Ground symbol indicates HOT

GROUND CONNECTION; indicates COLD GROUND.

NOTE: All other component symbols are used for engineering design purposes.

IMPORTANT SAFETY NOTICE

THIS SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM INCORPORATES SPECIAL FEATURES

THAT ARE IMPORTANT FOR PROTECTION FROM X-RADIATION, FIRE

AND ELECTRICAL SHOCK HAZARDS. WHEN SERVICING IT IS

ESSENTIAL THAT ONLY MANUFACTURERS SPECIFIED PARTS BE

USED FOR THE CRITICAL COMPONENTS DESIGNATED WITH A IN

THE SCHEMATIC.

F G

1.

Waveform Measurements

3

indicates waveform measurement.

(Measurement can be taken at the

5. Ground symbol shown on waveform number indicates (Hot) ground lead connection of the

Oscilloscope.

best accessible location in common to the indicated point.)

2. Taken with an NTSC signal generator connected to the antenna terminal.

(NTSC color bar pattern of 8 bars of

EIA colors, 100 IRE white and 7.5

IRE black.)

3. Customer Controls (Picture/Audio

Menu) are set to Normalize. Volume is set to “MIN”.

4. All video and color waveforms are taken with a wideband scope and a probe with low capacitance (10 to 1).

Shape and peak altitudes may vary depending on the type of

Oscilloscope used and its settings.

CAUTION: Incorrect ground connection of the test equipment will result in erroneous readings.

IC803

3

4

1

2

5

. . . . 71.80

. . . 115.40

. . . 299.70

. . . 115.70

. . . 129.60

IC2201

. . . . . n.c

. . . . . n.c

. . . . . n.c

. . . . . 2.22

. . . . . 2.18

. . . . . 0.29

. . . . . 4.61

. . . . . 2.39

. . . . . 2.39

. . . . . 0.40

. . . . . 2.23

. . . . . 2.90

. . . . . 3.07

. . . . . 2.18

. . . . . 3.06

. . . . . 3.15

. . . . . GND

. . . . . 3.48

. . . . . 3.49

. . . . . n.c

. . . . . 2.19

. . . . . 2.19

. . . . . n.c

. . . . . n.c

13

14

15

16

9

10

11

12

7

8

5

6

3

4

1

2

21

22

23

24

17

18

19

20

IC2302

8

9

10

11

12

5

6

7

1

2

3

4

. . . . . 6.14

. . . . . 6.76

. . . . . 0.10

. . . . . 6.12

. . . . . 6.77

. . . . 18.42

. . . . 11.15

. . . . 11.37

. . . . . GND

. . . . 24.10

. . . . 11.40

. . . . 11.16

H

A-Board Voltage Measurements

(ICs and Transistors)

IC001 IC002

13

14

15

16

17

18

19

20

21

10

11

12

7

8

9

4

5

6

1

2

3

. . . . . 0.04

. . . . . 4.73

. . . . . 4.80

. . . . . 1.79

. . . . . 1.73

. . . . . 3.30

. . . . . 1.68

. . . . . 3.29

. . . . . 1.81

. . . . . 3.29

. . . . . 0.00

. . . . . 3.30

. . . . . 1.67

. . . . . 0.10

. . . . . 0.10

. . . . . n.c

. . . . . 0.08

. . . . . 3.20

. . . . . 0.09

. . . . . 3.30

. . . . . 1.54

34

35

36

37

38

39

40

41

42

28

29

30

31

32

33

22

23

24

25

26

27

. . . . . . 2.09

. . . . . . 2.44

. . . . . . 1.36

. . . . . . 1.37

. . . . . . 2.43

. . . . . . 2.92

. . . . . . GND

. . . . . . 0.07

. . . . . . 0.11

. . . . . . 0.11

. . . . . . 0.10

. . . . . . 0.06

. . . . . . 3.30

. . . . . . 3.69

. . . . . . n.c

. . . . . . 3.53

. . . . . . 3.50

. . . . . . 3.30

. . . . . . 1.68

. . . . . . 1.70

. . . . . . GND

4

5

6

7

8

1

2

3

. . . . . GND

. . . . . GND

. . . . . GND

. . . . . GND

. . . . . .3.56

. . . . . .3.45

. . . . . GND

. . . . . .4.96

IC003

1

2

3

. . . . . .2.70

. . . . . .0.00

. . . . . .4.91

IC005

3

4

1

2

5

6

. . . . . .4.95

. . . . . GND

. . . . . n.c

. . . . . .3.30

. . . . . GND

. . . . . .4.95

. . . . . n.c

. . . . . GND

. . . . . 3.37

. . . . . 3.36

. . . . . 3.36

. . . . . 0.00

. . . . . 6.15

. . . . . 5.47

. . . . . 5.18

. . . . . GND

. . . . . 6.50

. . . . . n.c

. . . . . 2.26

. . . . . 2.20

. . . . . 2.22

. . . . . 8.93

. . . . . 4.92

. . . . . 4.72

. . . . . 4.72

. . . . . 2.36

. . . . . n.c

. . . . . n.c

. . . . . n.c

. . . . . 0.63

. . . . . 5.11

. . . . . 1.93

. . . . . 4.32

. . . . . 6.07

21

22

23

24

17

18

19

20

25

26

27

28

13

14

15

16

9

10

11

12

7

8

5

6

3

4

1

2

IC101

. . . . . . 3.52

. . . . . . n.c

. . . . . . GND

. . . . . . n.c

. . . . . . 3.85

. . . . . . 1.01

. . . . . . 1.79

. . . . . . n.c

. . . . . . 9.67

. . . . . . 3.10

. . . . . . 6.94

. . . . . . 8.22

. . . . . . 6.67

. . . . . . 4.64

. . . . . . 1.15

. . . . . . GND

. . . . . . 1.63

. . . . . . 1.41

. . . . . . n.c

. . . . . . n.c

. . . . . . 3.66

. . . . . . 3.17

. . . . . . 4.65

. . . . . . 2.78

. . . . . . 2.81

. . . . . . 3.60

. . . . . . 2.97

. . . . . . n.c

49

50

51

52

45

46

47

48

53

54

55

56

41

42

43

44

37

38

39

40

33

34

35

36

29

30

31

32

IC006

1

2

3

4

5

. . . . . n.c

. . . . . GND

. . . . . GND

. . . . . .3.30

. . . . . .3.30

IC451

4

5

6

1

2

3

7

. . . . . GND

. . . . .13.17

. . . . .27.70

. . . . . .2.28

. . . . . .2.27

. . . . .26.90

. . . . . .3.22

IC551

1

2

3

. . . . .13.29

. . . . . GND

. . . . . .9.00

IC552

1

2

3

. . . . . .8.22

. . . . . GND

. . . . . .4.82

IC801

1

2

3

4

. . . 0.61

. . . 0.00

. . . 0.00

. . 12.12

9

10

11

6

7

8

3

4

5

1

2

12

13

14

15

16

17

18

. . . . . 8.99

. . . . . 3.56

. . . . . 4.60

. . . . . n.c

. . . . . 4.60

. . . . . 3.56

. . . . . 3.56

. . . . . 4.60

. . . . . 4.61

. . . . . 4.60

. . . . . 3.56

. . . . . 3.56

. . . . . 4.60

. . . . . n.c

. . . . . 4.60

. . . . . 3.72

. . . . . 4.81

. . . . . n.c

IC3001

24

25

26

27

28

29

19

20

21

22

23

30

31

32

33

34

35

36

. . . . . . GND

. . . . . . GND

. . . . . . 4.12

. . . . . . n.c

. . . . . . n.c

. . . . . . n.c

. . . . . . n.c

. . . . . . 3.36

. . . . . . 3.36

. . . . . . 3.97

. . . . . . 3.98

. . . . . . 3.97

. . . . . . 3.74

. . . . . . 4.00

. . . . . . 4.60

. . . . . . 4.61

. . . . . . 4.60

. . . . . . 4.00

9

10

11

7

8

5

6

3

4

1

2

. . . . . 4.41

. . . . . GND

. . . . . 4.45

. . . . . 4.44

. . . . . 4.45

. . . . . 4.41

. . . . . 4.50

. . . . . 5.51

. . . . . 4.39

. . . . . 1.49

. . . . . 4.80

IC2351

16

17

18

19

12

13

14

15

20

21

22

. . . . . . 4.75

. . . . . . 5.70

. . . . . . 4.43

. . . . . . 4.43

. . . . . . 4.40

. . . . . . 4.42

. . . . . . 4.42

. . . . . . 4.44

. . . . . . 4.50

. . . . . . 8.93

. . . . . . 4.41

9

10

11

12

13

14

7

8

5

6

3

4

1

2

. . . . . GND

. . . . . 4.61

. . . . . GND

. . . . . GND

. . . . . GND

. . . . . n.c

. . . . . n.c

. . . . . 4.58

. . . . . 4.82

. . . . . n.c

. . . . . GND

. . . . . 2.27

. . . . . GND

. . . . . 2.06

IC6501

23

24

25

26

27

28

19

20

21

22

15

16

17

18

. . . . . . 2.46

. . . . . . 3.24

. . . . . . 3.24

. . . . . . 2.22

. . . . . . GND

. . . . . . n.c

. . . . . . 1.37

. . . . . . 0.42

. . . . . . 4.64

. . . . . . 0.36

. . . . . . 1.08

. . . . . . 1.09

. . . . . . 3.34

. . . . . . 0.54

B

C

E

B

C

E

B

C

E

B

C

E

B

C

E

B

C

E

Q2410

0.10

0.00

GND

Q6509

2.06

4.63

1.45

Q515

0.00

2.92

GND

Q2302

24.00

GND

18.43

Q001

0.70

0.14

GND

Q302

3.33

4.78

2.71

Q551

0.00

128.90

GND

Q2303

0.10

24.10

GND

Q6501

3.21

4.64

2.55

Q6510

0.43

GND

1.09

Q002

5.66

6.89

4.95

Q303

3.34

4.78

2.71

Q801

129.60

130.00

130.60

Q2343

0.10

0.10

GND

Q6504

3.07

4.64

2.43

Q6516

1.61

GND

2.23

Q004

10.40

12.44

9.72

Q402

0.63

3.30

GND

Q6502

3.96

4.64

3.29

Q6514

0.37

GND

1.03

Q603

0.98

4.66

0.94

Q2342

12.42

0.12

12.43

Q003

0.10

10.40

GND

Q401

3.30

5.74

2.65

Q005

0.64

0.05

GND

Q501

0.00

79.60

GND

Q802

130.70

131.00

130.80

Q2344

0.12

24.10

GND

Q6505

3.21

4.63

2.55

Q6517

1.37

4.63

1.62

Q804

130.20

0.50

130.50

Q2409

0.10

0.00

GND

Q6508

2.11

3.97

1.52

Q6519

1.59

3.23

0.96

Q201

1.71

4.66

1.09

Q509

3.12

4.59

2.45

A B C

1

1.

Waveform Measurements

3

indicates waveform measurement.

(Measurement can be taken at the

5. Ground symbol shown on waveform number indicates (Hot) ground lead connection of the

Oscilloscope.

best accessible location in common to the indicated point.)

2. Taken with an NTSC signal generator connected to the antenna terminal.

(NTSC color bar pattern of 8 bars of

EIA colors, 100 IRE white and 7.5

IRE black.)

3. Customer Controls (Picture/Audio

Menu) are set to Normalize. Volume is set to “MIN”.

4. All video and color waveforms are taken with a wideband scope and a probe with low capacitance (10 to 1).

Shape and peak altitudes may vary depending on the type of

Oscilloscope used and its settings.

CAUTION: Incorrect ground connection of the test equipment will result in erroneous readings.

IMPORTANT SAFETY NOTICE

THIS SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM INCORPORATES SPECIAL FEATURES

THAT ARE IMPORTANT FOR PROTECTION FROM X-RADIATION, FIRE

AND ELECTRICAL SHOCK HAZARDS. WHEN SERVICING IT IS

ESSENTIAL THAT ONLY MANUFACTURERS SPECIFIED PARTS BE

USED FOR THE CRITICAL COMPONENTS DESIGNATED WITH A IN

THE SCHEMATIC.

1. Voltage measurement:

-

-

Voltage Measurements

-

AC input to the Receiver is 120V.

NTSC (HD, 1125i & 525P when applicable) signal generator is connected to the antenna of the

Receiver. (Color bar pattern of

100 IRE white and 7.5 IRE black.)

All Picture and Audio adjustments are set to Normalize.

TV ANT/CABLE - (Set-Up Menu) in TV/ANT Mode

Volume - Min

TV/Video SW - TV position

Audio Mode - Stereo

-

Voltage readings are nominal and may vary ±10% on active devices. Some voltage reading will vary with signal strength and picture content.

Supply voltages are nominal.

2. Ground symbol indicates ground lead connection of meter.

Incorrect ground connection will result in erroneous readings.

CAUTION:

Incorrect ground connection of the test equipment will result in erroneous readings.

Schematic Notes

1. Resistors are carbon 1/4W unless noted otherwise.

2. Capacitors are ceramic 50V unless noted otherwise.

3. Coil value notes is inductance in

µ

H.

4. Test point indicated by ; Test point but no pin .

5. Components indicated with are critical parts and replacement should be made with manufacture specified replacement parts only.

6.

(BOLD LINE) indicates the route of B+ supply.

7. The schematic diagrams are current at the time of printing and are subject to change without notice.

8. Ground symbol indicates HOT

GROUND CONNECTION; indicates COLD GROUND.

NOTE: All other component symbols are used for engineering design purposes.

2

3

Y-Board Voltage Measurements (ICs & Transistors)

IC1801

. . . . . GND

. . . . . 1.45

. . . . . 1.59

. . . . . 1.59

. . . . . 1.60

. . . . . 3.24

. . . . . 3.24

. . . . . 1.00

. . . . . 1.48

. . . . . 0.50

. . . . . GND

. . . . . 3.24

. . . . . 0.88

. . . . . 1.49

. . . . . 0.49

. . . . . GND

. . . . . 3.23

. . . . . GND

. . . . . 3.24

. . . . . n.c

. . . . . 0.00

. . . . . 0.23

. . . . . 0.06

. . . . . 2.48

. . . . . 2.47

. . . . . GND

13

14

15

16

9

10

11

12

7

8

5

6

3

4

1

2

21

22

23

24

17

18

19

20

25

26

. . . . . . 3.23

. . . . . . n.c

. . . . . . 0.03

. . . . . GND

. . . . . . n.c

. . . . . . 0.59

. . . . . . 0.15

. . . . . . 3.21

. . . . . . 3.24

. . . . . GND

. . . . . . 2.09

. . . . . . 1.50

. . . . . . 2.78

. . . . . . 1.29

. . . . . . 1.04

. . . . . GND

. . . . . . 1.00

. . . . . . 3.24

. . . . . . 1.00

. . . . . . 3.22

. . . . . . 1.04

. . . . . GND

. . . . . . 1.05

. . . . . GND

. . . . . . 1.00

. . . . . GND

39

40

41

42

35

36

37

38

31

32

33

34

27

28

29

30

47

48

49

50

43

44

45

46

51

52

B

C

E

B

C

E

B

C

E

Q1801

0.03

3.51

GND

Q1805

1.05

GND

1.72

Q4312

0.09

3.24

0.57

Q1802

3.01

2.46

3.52

Q4309

2.38

GND

3.03

Q4313

0.64

0.15

GND

Q1803

3.07

2.51

3.50

Q4310

2.36

4.61

1.71

Q4315

3.94

4.61

3.24

Q1804

1.00

GND

1.67

Q4311

4.32

0.39

4.61

Y-Board Layout - TNPA1059

Y-Board Schematic

4

5

D E

C-Board Layout - TNP2AA047

F

C-Board Voltage Measurements

B

C

E

C-Board Schematic

(Transistors)

Q351 Q352 Q353

2.25

190.20

2.12

2.19

194.20

2.03

2.23

192.30

2.07

CHIP TRANSISTOR

LEAD DESIGNATION

N ote:

Obtain voltages using a digital multimeter.

Note:

The board layouts were modified to enhance and display traces otherwise hidden by a mask.

Boards Designation

• A-Board - Main Chassis

• C-Board - CRT Drive

• S-Board - 2nd Tuner Board

• Y-Board - PIP Controller

G

S-Board Layout - TNPA0190

S-Board Schematic

S-Board Voltage Measurements

(ICs & Transistors)

IC2101 Q2101

7

8

5

6

3

4

1

2

9

10

11

12

. . . . . . n.c

. . . . . . n.c

. . . . . . n.c

. . . . . . 1.77

. . . . . . 2.32

. . . . . . 2.45

. . . . . . 2.45

. . . . . . GND

. . . . . . 2.45

. . . . . . 1.22

. . . . . . n.c

. . . . . . 2.57

17

18

19

20

13

14

15

16

21

22

23

24

. . . . . . 3.25

. . . . . . 3.26

. . . . . . 2.79

. . . . . . 4.61

. . . . . . 1.76

. . . . . . 1.81

. . . . . . 1.66

. . . . . . 4.61

. . . . . . 1.65

. . . . . .n.c

. . . . . . 2.31

. . . . . .n.c

B

C

E

1.75

4.64

1.50

H

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