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SAT-A55 RM-Y802
SAT-B55 RM-Y139
SAN-18D3
SERVICE MANUAL
RM-Y802
U.S. Model
SAN-18D3
SAT-A55
DIGITAL SATELLITE RECEIVER/SATELLITE ANTENNA
1. SAT A55 B55 front.p65
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1/14/00, 11:36 AM
SAT-A55/B55
SPECIFICATIONS
FOR DIGITAL SATELLITE RECEIVER:
Input Jacks
UHF/VHF 75 ohm F-type
Satellite Antenna 75 ohm F-type
RF Remote Antenna (SAT-A55 only)
AC Power (120V, 60 Hz)
Output Jacks
S-VIDEO OUT 4-pin mini DIN
VIDEO (RCA jacks) (2)
AUDIO R/L (RCA jacks) (2)
VHF (SAT)/UHF 75 ohms F-Type
Low Speed Data, 9-pin D-Sub Female
Telephone Line (RJ11)
VCR control (1) VCR Controller (or monoaural cable for Sony SmartFile VCRs)
Optical output (1) (SAT-A55 only)
Input Frequency
950 - 1450 Mhz / 950-2150 Mhz
Power Requirements
120V AC, 60 Hz
Power Consumption
20 W max.
Dimensions (w/h/d)
11 x 25/8 x 9 inches
280 x 66.5 x 228.5 mm
Weight
SAT-A55
Set: 6.0 lb (2.7 kg)
Unit: 3.6 lb (1.6 kg)
Supplied Accessories
Remote Commander RM-Y802 (SAT-A55)
Remote Commander RM-Y139 (SAT-B55)
Size AA Batteries (2)
Access Card (1)
Audio/Video Cable (1)
S-VIDEO Cable (1) (SAT-A55 only)
Coaxial RF Cable (1)
RF Remote Antenna (1) (SAT-A55 only)
VCR Controller (1)
Telephone Cable (1)
AC Power Cord (1)
SAT-B55
Set: 5.4 lb (2.5 kg)
Unit: 3.4 lb (1.5 kg)
Optional Sony-brand DSS Accessories
Local TV Antenna ANJ-AA1
Installation Kit ANJ-DS2
Amplifier EAC-DA1
Diplexer EAC-DD1
Voltage Switch ECA-DV2
RF Universal Remote Commander
Remote Control RM-Y802
Design and specifications subject to change without notice.
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SAT-A55/B55
FOR SATELLITE ANTENNAS:
Input Frequency
12.2 - 12.7 GHz
Output Frequency
950 - 1450 MHz
Output Connector
F-Type Female
Supplied
Accessories
Weatherboot 2pcs
Signal Seeker 1pc
Snap-in Clip (dual type) 1pc
Bolt for Ground Terminal 1pc
Bolt for LNB Support Arm 2pcs
Optional
Accessories
Installation Kit ANJ-DS2
Amplifier EAC-DA1
Diplexer EAC-DD1
Voltage Switch ECA-DV2
Multi-Room A/V
Distribution System MDR-D1
Coaxial Cable 25' SAK-C25
Coaxial Cable 75' SAK-C75
Flat Cable SAK-F1
Power Consumption 3.0 W max.
Supply Voltage
DC + 10.5 - 14.0 V for RHCP
DC + 15.5 - 21.0 V for LHCP
Dimensions (w/h/d) 185/8 x 31 x 185/16 inches
473 x 787 x 643 mm
Weight
8 lbs 6 oz (3.8 kg)
SAFETY CHECK-OUT
1. Check the area of your repair for unsoldered or poorlysoldered connections. Check the entire board surface for
solder splashes and bridges.
5. Look for parts which, though functioning, show obvious
signs of deterioration. Point them out to the customer and
recommend their replacement.
2. Check the interboard wiring to ensure that no wires
are
SAFETY
CHECK-OUT
6. Check the line cords for cracks and abrasion. Recom“pinched” or contact high-wattage resistors.
mend the replacement of any such line cord to the
customer.
3. Check that all control knobs, shields, covers, ground
straps, and mounting hardware have been replaced. Be
7. Check the B+ and HV to see if they are specified
absolutely certain that you have replaced all the insulators.
values. Make sure your instruments are accurate; be
suspicious of your HV meter if sets always have low HV.
4. Look for unauthorized replacement parts, particularly
transistors, that were installed during a previous repair.
Point them out to the customer and recommend their
8. Check the antenna terminals, metal trim, “metallized”
replacement.
knobs, screws, and all other exposed metal parts for AC
leakage using one of the methods listed.
LEAKAGE TEST
The AC leakage from any exposed metal part to earth
ground and from all exposed metal parts to any exposed
metal part having a return to chassis, must not exceed 0.5
mA (500 microamperes). Leakage current can be measured by any one of three methods.
1. A commercial leakage tester, such as the Simpson 229
or RCA WT-540A. Follow the manufacturers’ instructions
to use these instruments.
2. A battery-operated AC milliammeter. The Data
Precision 245 digital multimeter is suitable for this job.
3. Measuring the voltage drop across a resistor by means
of a VOM or battery-operated AC voltmeter. The “limit”
indication is 0.75 V, so analog meters must have an
accurate low-voltage scale. The Simpson 250 and Sanwa
SH-63Trd are examples of passive VOMs that are
suitable. Nearly all battery operated digital multimeters
that have a 2 VAC range are suitable. (See Figure 1)
Figure 1. Using an AC voltmeter to check AC leakage.
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SAT-A55/B55
TABLE OF CONENTS
Section
Title
1.
General
2.
Disassembly
Page
--------------------------------------------------------------------------- 5
2-1.
Upper Case Removal ---------------------------------------------------- 12
2-2.
H Board Removal --------------------------------------------------------- 12
2-3.
A, SC Board Removal --------------------------------------------------- 12
3.
Service Test
4.
Diagrams
---------------------------------------------------------------------- 12
4-1.
Block Diagram -------------------------------------------------------------- 15
4-2.
Circuit Boards Location --------------------------------------------------- 18
4-3.
Schematic Diagrams and Printed Wiring Boards ----------------- 18
Schematic Diagrams of SC Board ------------------------------ 19
Schematic Diagrams of HB Board ------------------------------ 20
Schematic Diagram of A Board (1/4) -------------------------- 21
Schematic Diagram of A Board (2/4) -------------------------- 24
Schematic Diagram of A Board (3/4) -------------------------- 27
Schematic Diagram of A Board (4/4) -------------------------- 30
A Board PCB and Components Location --------------------- 33
4-4.
5.
6.
Semiconductors ------------------------------------------------------------ 37
Exploded Views
5-1.
SAT-A55/B55 Chassis ---------------------------------------------------- 38
5-2.
SAN-18D3 -------------------------------------------------------------------- 39
Electrical Parts List --------------------------------------------------------------- 40
SAFETY-RELATED COMPONENT WARNING !!
Components identified by shading and the critical mark
on the schematic diagrams, exploded views, and in the
parts list are critical for safe operation. Replace these
with Sony parts whose part numbers appear as shown
in this manual or in supplements published by Sony.
Circuit adjustments that are critical for safe operation
are identified in this manual. Follow these procedures
whenever critical components are replaced or improper
operation is suspected.
!
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SECTION 1
GENERAL
Step 2: Connecting the Satellite Dish Antenna
and Telephone Line
The operating instructions mentioned here are partial abstracts from the
Operating Manual. The page numbers referenced here reflect those of the
Operating Instruction Manual.
Step 3: Connecting Your TV
PLUS™ Digital Satellite Receiver
The SATELLITE IN jack sends power to, and receives satellite signals
from, the Satellite Dish Antenna. The telephone line connection
periodically sends information about your receiver and Access Card to
your service provider.
Connect your TV to the Digital Satellite Receiver as shown below. Refer
to your TV’s instruction manual for more information.
1 If you have a local TV antenna or cable
company service
Connect it to the VHF/UHF IN jack on your Digital
Satellite Receiver using a coaxial cable or RF
adapter (not supplied).
You can view local stations using your TV controls.
Connections are shown using the SAT-A55 model. Any differences in connecting the SAT-B55
model are noted in the text.
Note
You must use the VHF(SAT)/UHF OUT jack to
connect to your TV or VCR when a local TV antenna
or cable company service is connected to the
VHF/UHF IN jack (see “2c” below and on page 10).
Digital Satellite Receiver
ACCESS CARD
—5—
VIDEO
VHF/UHF IN
1
DIGITAL
OUT
(OPTICAL)
CH3
CH4
RF REMOTE
AUDIO
SATELLITE IN
Coaxial
Cable
S VIDEO
LOW SPEED DATA
2
R
VCR CONTROL
1 Connect the SATELLITE IN
L(MONO)
VIDEO OUT
1
VHF(SAT)/UHF
OUT
TEL LINE
2
jack to your Satellite Dish
Antenna using RG-6
coaxial cable.
RG-6 Coaxial Cable from
Satellite Dish Antenna
Telephone Cord
1
AC IN~
Digital Satellite Receiver
ACCESS CARD
2 Connect the TEL LINE
jack to a telephone
line wall jack using
the supplied
telephone cord.
(OPTICAL)
VHF(SAT)/UHF
OUT
TEL LINE
L(MONO)
VIDEO OUT
R
2a
2a If your TV has A/V input
2b
VIDEO
(yellow)
OR
S-Video
A/V Cable
jacks
Connect the VIDEO OUT
jacks on your Digital
Satellite Receiver to the
A/V input jacks on your TV
using the supplied A/V
cable. (Be sure to match the
colors on the jacks with the
colored plugs on the A/V
cable.)
2b If your TV has an S-Video
input
Use an S-Video cable
instead of the yellow video
connection. S-Video cable is
supplied with the SAT-A55
model and is an optional
accessory with the SAT-B55
model.
If your TV has only one
audio input, connect it to
the L(MONO) jack on the
receiver.
IN
S VIDEO
L(MONO)
-AUDIOR
2c If your TV does not have
Coaxial
Cable
VHF/UHF
VIDEO
2c
S-Video
Cable
TV
AC IN~
A/V jacks
Connect the VHF(SAT)/UHF
OUT jack to the VHF/UHF
input jack on your TV using
coaxial cable.
Set the CH3/CH4 switch to the
channel that does not carry offair broadcasts in your area.
Note
With this connection, your
input source is channel 3 or
channel 4 depending on how
you set the CH3/CH4 switch
on the receiver.
9
SAT-A55/B55
8
VHF/UHF IN
S VIDEO
LOW SPEED DATA
2
• Your Satellite Dish Antenna
Installation Instructions
provides detailed instructions
on how to install RG-6 coaxial
cable from your Satellite Dish
Antenna.
Only connect your authorized
Satellite Dish Antenna to the
SATELLITE IN jack as described
in the Installation Instructions.
Connecting any other equipment
to this jack could result in damage
to the equipment and/or receiver.
VIDEO
1
VCR CONTROL
Note
CAUTION
CH3
CH4
RF REMOTE
AUDIO
SATELLITE IN
DIGITAL
OUT
SAT-A55/B55
Step 4: Adding a VCR and Audio System
Step 5: Connecting the VCR Controller
Connect the VCR Controller to allow the Timer & Rec feature to
automatically operate your VCR.
See “Setting Up the VCR Control Feature” on page 26 for information
about setting up the Digital Satellite Receiver to work with your VCR.
Audio Receiver
1a If you have a
digital or Dolby
Digital audio
system (SAT-A55
only)
Connect the
DIGITAL OUT
(OPTICAL) of the
Digital Satellite
Receiver to the
optical digital
input of your audio
system.
Digital Satellite Receiver
1b If you have a stereo
OPTICAL
IN
LINE
OUT
or Dolby® Pro Logic®
audio system
AUDIO
LINE
IN
Connect the upper
AUDIO R and L(MONO)
jacks on the Digital
Satellite Receiver to the
audio inputs of your
stereo amplifier.
1a
1b
Optical Cable
(SAT-A55 only)
(optional Sony
accessory POC-15A)
AUDIO
SATELLITE IN
VHF/UHF IN
1
S VIDEO
2
R
VCR CONTROL
VHF(SAT)/UHF
OUT
TEL LINE
L(MONO)
VIDEO OUT
AC IN~
1a
VCR Controller
(OPTICAL)
—6—
Place the VCR Controller under and in
front of the VCR.
The VCR Controller must extend just
in front of the infrared sensor of the
VCR.
2
R
VCR CONTROL
VHF(SAT)/UHF
OUT
TEL LINE
L(MONO)
VIDEO OUT
2a
z Tip
Coaxial
Cable
VIDEO
(yellow)
OR
S-Video
2c If your TV and VCR do
2b
VCR
LINE
IN
IN
LINE
OUT
OUT
VIDEO S VIDEO
2c
2b
A/V Cable
Coaxial
Cable
TV
IN
VHF/UHF
S VIDEO
Connect the VHF(SAT)/
UHF OUT jack on the
Digital Satellite Receiver to
the VHF/UHF input jack
on your VCR using coaxial
cable.
Then, connect the VHF/
UHF output jack on your
VCR to the VHF/UHF
input jack on your TV using
coaxial cable.
Set the CH3/CH4 switch to
the channel that does not
carry off-air broadcasts in
your area.
Note
S-Video
Cable
VIDEO
(yellow)
OR
S-Video
If the infrared sensor is not marked
on your VCR, shine a flashlight into
the front panel of the VCR to locate
the sensor.
VCR (side view)
1 2"
/
to 1"
not have A/V jacks
S-Video
Cable
AUDIO
AC IN~
2c
A/V Cable
VCR (front view)
In front of the VCR
2b If your TV and VCR have
10
VIDEO
LOW SPEED DATA
IR Sensor
VHF/UHF IN
1
S VIDEO
LOW SPEED DATA
2a
To allow your Digital Satellite
Receiver to control the recording
functions of your VCR, see “Step
5: Connecting the VCR
Controller” on page 11.
(OPTICAL)
CH3
CH4
RF REMOTE
AUDIO
SATELLITE IN
DIGITAL
OUT
Connect the VCR Controller
to the VCR CONTROL jack
on the receiver.
CH3
CH4
VIDEO
DIGITAL
OUT
Connect the VIDEO OUT jacks of
your Digital Satellite Receiver to
the A/V input jacks of your VCR
using the supplied A/V cable.
Then, connect the A/V output
jacks of your VCR to the A/V
input jacks of your TV using an
A/V cable. (Be sure to match the
colors on the jacks with the
colored plugs on the A/V cable.)
z Tip
Satellite Receiver to
control your VCR
VCR Controller
Cable
RF REMOTE
jacks
Use an S-Video cable instead of
the yellow video connection.
S-Video cable is supplied with
the SAT-A55 model and is an
optional accessory with the
SAT-B55 model.
ACCESS CARD
Digital Satellite Receiver
ACCESS CARD
2a If your TV and VCR have A/V
S-Video jacks
1a To allow the Digital
Stereo
Cable
z Tip
If you connect your
Digital Satellite
Receiver to a Dolby
Digital receiver, set
the Dolby Digital
option of the Audio
display to Auto
Select. See “Setting
Audio Options
(AUDIO)” on page
64 for more
information.
PLUS™ Digital Satellite Receiver
You can record programs by adding a VCR. You can also connect your
Digital Satellite Receiver to an audio system for enhanced sound
enjoyment.
With this connection,
your input source is
channel 3 or channel 4
depending on how you
set the CH3/CH4 switch
on your VCR.
VCR
Controller
Connecting a Sony SmartFile™ VCR
Digital Satellite Receiver
1b If you are using a Sony
SmartFile VCR to take
advantage of the Program Data
Download feature
Use this connection instead of the
VCR Controller connection. For
information about setting up the
VCR Control feature, see page 26.
For details about the Program Data
Download feature, refer to your
SmartFile VCR Operating
Instructions.
ACCESS CARD
RF REMOTE
AUDIO
SATELLITE IN
VIDEO
VHF/UHF IN
1
DIGITAL
OUT
(OPTICAL)
CH3
CH4
S VIDEO
LOW SPEED DATA
2
R
VCR CONTROL
1b
VHF(SAT)/UHF
OUT
TEL LINE
L(MONO)
VIDEO OUT
AC IN~
Monaural Cable (supplied with
SmartFile VCR)
Sony SmartFile VCR
VIDEO
L(MONO)
-AUDIOR
LINE
IN
AUDIO
CPD IN
IN
VIDEO S VIDEO
LINE
OUT
OUT
11
Step 6: Connecting the RF Antenna
(SAT-A55 only)
Step 7: Connecting the AC Power Cord
With the SAT-A55 model you can connect the RF Antenna and operate
the Digital Satellite Receiver when installed in a cabinet or from another
room in your house using the remote control. See page 32 for information
about how to set up the Digital Satellite Receiver to use the RF feature.
After all other connections are complete, connect the AC Power Cord to
the Digital Satellite Receiver. Then connect the AC Power Cord to a
power outlet.
Digital Satellite Receiver
ACCESS CARD
1 If you want to use the RF
VIDEO
feature
RF Antenna
Connect the RF Antenna to
the RF REMOTE jack of the
Digital Satellite Receiver.
VHF/UHF IN
1
DIGITAL
OUT
(OPTICAL)
CH3
CH4
RF REMOTE
AUDIO
SATELLITE IN
S VIDEO
LOW SPEED DATA
2
R
VCR CONTROL
VHF(SAT)/UHF
OUT
TEL LINE
L(MONO)
VIDEO OUT
AC IN~
Then, place the RF Antenna
in a convenient location.
AC Power Cord
1
Digital Satellite Receiver
ACCESS CARD
—7—
VIDEO
VHF/UHF IN
to power outlet
1
DIGITAL
OUT
(OPTICAL)
CH3
CH4
RF REMOTE
AUDIO
SATELLITE IN
S VIDEO
LOW SPEED DATA
2
VCR CONTROL
R
L(MONO)
VIDEO OUT
VHF(SAT)/UHF
OUT
TEL LINE
AC IN~
Step 8: Inserting the Access Card
Notes
• Do not place the RF Antenna
directly on top of the Digital
Satellite Receiver or any other
metal object. For best results,
place the RF Antenna in a visible
location.
• The operating range of the
remote control is about 100 feet
when using the RF feature. This
may decrease due to ambient
reception conditions, weak
batteries, etc.
After you insert the Access Card and your Satellite Dish Antenna is
installed, you are ready to begin enjoying digital satellite programming.
Call DIRECTV at 1-800-DIRECTV (347-3288) to begin service.
Digital Satellite Receiver
ACCESS CARD
VIDEO
VHF/UHF IN
1
DIGITAL
OUT
(OPTICAL)
CH3
CH4
RF REMOTE
AUDIO
SATELLITE IN
S VIDEO
LOW SPEED DATA
2
VCR CONTROL
Access Card
L(MONO)
VIDEO OUT
VHF(SAT)/UHF
OUT
TEL LINE
AC IN~
13
SAT-A55/B55
12
R
SAT-A55/B55
Viewing Pictures From Your DIRECTV PLUS™ Digital Satellite Receiver
Using Your Remote Control
RM-Y802 Remote Control (SAT-A55 model)
POWER
MUTING
CABLE
1
TV
SAT
AUDIO
VOLUME
+
2
3
CABLE
FUNCTION
TV
SLEEP
1
SAT
TV/SAT TV/VIDEO
2
4
5
7
8
3
6
qa
qs
qd
qf
2 AUDIO VOLUME buttons
Adjust the volume of your audio receiver. To
operate your audio receiver, you must first set up
the remote control (see page 65).
qg
3 SLEEP button
Sets the TV to turn off automatically after a
certain amount of time (if your TV has the Sleep
feature). To operate your TV, you must first set
up the remote control (see page 65).
9
DISPLAY
ENTER
0
4
ALT AUDIO JUMP
qh
5
1 MUTING button
Mutes the volume. Press again to restore the
volume. To operate your TV, you must first set
up the remote control (see page 65).
FAVORITE INDEX CATEGORY GUIDE
6
7
VOL
CH
MENU
8
EXIT
—8—
9
wa
VTR3 2 DVD AMP
CODE SET
qj
qk
ql
w;
4 DISPLAY button
Opens the program information display for the
current program.
5 ALT AUDIO button
Switches among the available audio broadcasts.
RM-Y802
ws
0
6 FAVORITE button
Opens the Favorite Stations guide.
7 INDEX button
Opens the Station Index.
SATELLITE
RECEIVER
8 VOL buttons
Adjust the volume. To operate your TV, you
must first set up the remote control (see page 65).
POWER
MUTING
CABLE
TV
SAT
wd
TV/VTR
FUNCTION
CABLE
TV
SAT
POWER
wh
wj
wf
+
POSITION
wg
CH
wk
-
SWAP
PIP
AUDIO
OFF
9 Joystick
Moving the joystick up, down, left, and right
moves the highlight in on-screen displays. Press
the joystick to select the highlighted item.
+
CH
q; CODE SET button
Lets you program the remote control to operate
your TV and other audio/video equipment (see
page 65).
qa POWER buttons
Turn on and off the Digital Satellite Receiver and
other audio/video equipment. To operate your
TV and other audio/video equipment, you must
first set up the remote control (see page 65).
qs FUNCTION buttons
Select the equipment (CABLE, TV or SAT) that
you want to operate. The indicators light up to
show which device the remote control is
operating. To operate your TV or cable box, you
must first set up the remote control (see page 65).
qd TV/VIDEO button
Switches between the various inputs of your TV.
To operate your TV, you must first set up the
remote control (see page 65).
qf TV/SAT button
Switches the output of your Digital Satellite
Receiver between regular TV and satellite
broadcasts. To receive regular TV broadcasts,
you must have a local TV antenna or cable
company connection (see page 9).
qg 0–9 and ENTER buttons
Change channels directly, and enter numerical
values in on-screen displays.
qh JUMP button
Changes channels to the previously tuned
channel.
qj GUIDE button
Opens the Program Guide.
qk CATEGORY button
Opens the Category Guide.
ql MENU button
Opens the Main Menu.
wa EXIT button
Closes all on-screen displays including program
guides and menus.
ws VTR3/2/DVD/AMP switch
Sets the remote to operate other devices in your
A/V system. To operate these other devices, you
must first set up the remote control (see page 65).
wd TV/VTR button
Switches between the TV and VTR (VCR) inputs
of your TV. To operate your TV, you must first
set up the remote control (see page 65).
wf VCR Control buttons
Operate VCR features such as play, record,
pause, stop, and fast wind. To operate your VCR,
you must first set up the remote control (see page
65).
wg PIP control buttons
Operate the Picture-in-picture features of your
TV (if your TV has PIP). To operate your TV, you
must first set up the remote control (see page 65).
wh FUNCTION buttons
Select the equipment (CABLE, TV or SAT) that
you want to operate. The indicators light up to
show which device the remote control is
operating. To operate your TV or cable box, you
must first set up the remote control (see page 65).
wj POWER button
Turns on or off the equipment selected with the
VTR3/2/DVD/AMP switch.
wk CH +/– buttons
Change channels in numerical order on the
equipment selected with the VTR3/2/DVD/
AMP switch.
w; CH buttons
Change channels. When a program guide is
open, pressing the CH buttons pages through the
guide.
-
Note
You may need to set up the remote control to operate your
other audio/video equipment. See “Setting Up the Remote
Control” on page 65 for details.
14
15
Using Your Remote Control (continued)
RM-Y139 Remote Control (SAT-B55 model)
POWER
MUTING
VTR
1
TV
SAT
qa
1 MUTING button
Mutes the volume. Press again to restore the
volume. To operate your TV, you must first set
up the remote control (see page 65).
FUNCTION
TV/VIDEO
VTR
TV
SAT
2
qs
TV/VTR
3
qd
TV/SAT
4
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
DISPLAY
qf
9
ENTER
0
5
—9—
INDEX
CATEGORY
qh
qj
JUMP
EXIT
VOL
MENU FAVORITE
qk
ql
CH
9
0
3 TV/VTR button
Switches between the inputs of your VCR. To
operate your VCR, you must first set up the
remote control (see page 65).
qg
GUIDE
6
7
8
2 TV/VIDEO button
Switches between the inputs of your TV. To
operate your TV, you must first set up the remote
control (see page 65).
PAGE
w;
CODE SET
RM-Y139
SATELLITE
RECEIVER
4 TV/SAT button
Switches the output of your Digital Satellite
Receiver between regular TV and satellite
broadcasts. To receive regular TV broadcasts,
you must have a local TV antenna or cable
company connection (see page 9).
5 DISPLAY button
Opens the program information display for the
current program.
6 INDEX button
Opens the Station Index.
9 VOL buttons
Adjust the volume. To operate your TV, you
must first set up the remote control (see page 65).
q; CODE SET button
Lets you program the remote control to operate
your TV and other audio/video equipment (see
page 65).
qa POWER buttons
Turn on and off the Digital Satellite Receiver, TV
and VTR (VCR). To operate your TV or VTR
(VCR), you must first set up the remote control
(see page 65).
qs FUNCTION buttons
Select the equipment (SAT, TV, VTR) that you
want to operate. The indicators light up to show
which device the remote control is operating. To
operate your TV or VTR (VCR), you must first set
up the remote control (see page 65).
qg GUIDE button
Opens the Program Guide.
qh CATEGORY button
Opens the Category Guide.
qj Arrow and
buttons
The arrow buttons move the highlight in
on-screen displays. The button selects the
highlighted item.
qk FAVORITE button
Opens the Favorite Stations guide.
ql MENU button
Opens the Main Menu.
w; CH/PAGE buttons
Change channels. When a program guide is
open, these buttons page through the guide.
qd VCR Control buttons
Operate VCR features such as play, record,
pause, stop, and fast wind. To operate your VTR
(VCR), you must first set up the remote control
(see page 65).
qf 0–9 and ENTER buttons
Change channels directly and enter numerical
values in on-screen displays.
7 JUMP button
Changes channels to the previously tuned
channel.
8 EXIT button
Closes all on-screen displays including program
guides and menus.
Note
You may need to set up the remote control to operate your
other audio/video equipment. See “Setting Up the Remote
Control” on page 65 for details.
17
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16
72
• If you are receiving only a few stations, (only 2 or 3 channels for
example), call your service provider to have your programming
activated.
• Some pay per view programs may be protected by Macrovision®
copy protection at the discretion of the copyright owner. You
may want to connect the Digital Satellite Receiver directly to
your TV.
Poor picture quality or no picture
— 10 —
• Heavy rain or snow may degrade the strength of the signal
coming from the satellite to your Satellite Dish Antenna. To limit
any negative effects during degraded conditions, make sure that
your professional installer has aimed your Satellite Dish Antenna
so that you are receiving a high signal strength level (see page 23,
or refer to your Satellite Dish Antenna Installation Instructions).
• Make sure that the AC Power Cord is plugged in (see page 13).
• If the AC Power Cord is plugged in, unplug the AC Power Cord,
wait a few minutes, then plug in the AC Power Cord again.
• Make sure you subscribe to the station you are trying to access.
Your service provider can tell you to which stations you
subscribe.
• Make sure the station you are trying to access is not set to be
skipped (see pages 50–51).
• Make sure the system is not locked (see page 58).
• Use the Program Guide to access the station (see page 37).
• Press the SAT FUNCTION button on the remote control before
you select a channel (see page 20).
Poor picture quality or no picture when
it rains or snows
You cannot turn on the unit
You cannot access a program
• Make sure your Access Card is inserted correctly (see page 13).
• Move any antenna cables that may be directly above your Digital
Satellite Receiver.
• Change the setting of the CH3/CH4 switch on the back of the
Digital Satellite Receiver. This could improve picture quality only
if you are using the UHF/VHF IN jack of the Digital Satellite
Receiver to connect a local TV antenna or cable company service.
• Check the Satellite Dish Antenna’s signal strength (see page 23).
• Make sure the RG-6 coaxial cable is properly connected to the
Satellite Dish Antenna.
• If the cable distance between the Satellite Dish Antenna and the
Digital Satellite Receiver is more than 100 feet, you must use the
Sony Amplifier EAC-DA1.
• Check the connections to your TV and other equipment
(see pages 7–13).
• Make sure that your TV and other equipment are set to the input
source to which you connected your Digital Satellite Receiver, for
example, channel 3 or 4, Video 1 or 2 (see pages 9–10).
What you can do
Problem
Troubleshooting
• Make sure your Digital Satellite Receiver is connected to a
telephone line (see page 8).
• Make sure the system is not locked (see page 58).
• Use the Program Guide to access the station (see page 37).
• If the message “Purchase information not available” appears,
you must contact your service provider to order the program.
• Your Access Card may be full. If so, contact your service
provider.
• It may be too late to order the program you want. If so, check for
other show times (see page 45).
• See “Checking Pay Per View Purchases” on page 59 to get
information (station, start time, etc.) about programs that you
have ordered.
• You cannot cancel pay per view orders that you have watched.
Contact your service provider for details.
• Highlight and select the program. Although the program you
highlight appears in the Media Window display, you must press
the
button to complete your selection (see page 37).
• Set up your personal Favorite Titles before you try to use the
Favorite Stations guide (see page 41).
• Make sure that the Spending, Rating, Pay Per View, and Stations
Blocked are set as you want them (see pages 53–56). Then, make
sure that the system is locked (see page 57).
• The system must be unlocked before you can make changes to
the Locks & Limits (see page 58).
• Make sure that you entered the passcode correctly. If you have
lost or forgotten your passcode, contact your service provider.
• Check the default language setting. The program provider may
not broadcast all of the languages in the Default Audio pop-up
(see page 64).
• Some programs may not offer audio tracks.
You cannot order a pay per view program
You cannot find the station of the pay per
view program that you ordered
You cannot cancel a pay per view order
The program highlighted in the Program
Guide does not appear
You cannot see any Favorite Stations
Locks & Limits feature not working properly
You cannot access the Locks & Limits screens
You cannot unlock the system
Language of audio track is incorrect or audio
track is not available
continued
What you can do
Problem
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SAT-A55/B55
Troubleshooting
(continued)
— 11 —
Problem
What you can do
You cannot record programs with your VCR
• Make sure that your VCR is connected correctly (see page 10).
• If you want to use the VCR Control feature, make sure that the
VCR Controller is connected correctly (see page 11). Also make
sure that you have selected the correct VCR Manufacturer Code
(see page 27).
• If you are using the VCR Control feature to record a future
program, make sure that your VCR is turned off before the
program begins. The VCR Control feature will turn on the VCR
and start recording.
• Make sure that the program you are trying to record doesn't
conflict with any Locks & Limits you have set.
• If you are trying to record a pay per view program, you must first
order the program (see page 45).
• Some pay per view programs may be protected by Macrovision
copy protection at the discretion of the copyright owner. If so, it
may not be possible to record these programs.
Access Card problems
• Make sure your Access Card is inserted correctly (see page 13).
• Contact your service provider with any other Access Card
problems.
Remote control does not work
• Make sure that the batteries are inserted correctly and that the
batteries are not weak (see page 7).
• Remove and then reinsert the batteries without pressing any
buttons on the remote control.
• To operate your TV or other equipment, make sure that the
remote control is set up to operate that equipment (see page 65).
If the batteries are removed or become weak, you may need to set
up the remote control to operate other equipment again.
• Press the FUNCTION button on the remote control of the
equipment you want to operate (SAT, TV, VTR, and/or CABLE).
These buttons will flash to show which equipment the remote
control is set to operate.
• SAT-A55 model only: If there is a problem when using the RF
function, check that the RF Antenna is connected correctly
(see page 12).
• SAT-A55 model only: Make sure that the remote control and the
Digital Satellite Receiver are both using the same security code
(see page 33–34).
Audio noise
• SAT-A55 model only: If you connect the DIGITAL OUT jack to
equipment that is not Dolby Digital compatible, set the Dolby
Digital option to “off” (see page 64). Not all optical jacks on
audio systems are Dolby Digital compatible.
“Frozen” picture or display
• Press both the GUIDE and ARROW DOWN buttons at the same
time on the front panel of the Digital Satellite Receiver to reset
the receiver.
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If you are unable to resolve problems with your system, see “Customer Support” inside the front cover.
SAT-A55/B55
SECTION 2
DISASSEMBLY
2-1. UPPER CASE REMOVAL
Upper Case
2-3. A, SC BOARD REMOVAL
Three Screws
(BVTT 3 x 8)
SC Board
One Screw
(BVTT 3 x 6)
A Board
Six Screws
(BVTT 3 x 6)
Washer Hexagon Nut
One Screw
(BVTT 3 x 6)
2-2. HB BOARD REMOVAL
Two Screws
(BVTT 3 x 6)
Power Button
Two Screws
(BVTT 3 x 8)
Front Panel
Two Hexagon Screws
One Screw
(BVTT 3 x 6)
Two Screws
(BVTT 3 x 6)
Control Button
Four Claws
HB Board
SECTION 3
SERVICE TEST
Use the following procedure to run the service test:
1. Turn power on.
2. Enter Service Test screen by simultaneously pressing the menu button and the down arrow button on the front panel of the unit.
3. Select the TEST button on the Service Test screen. The test will diagnose and identify the following:
IRD
DEMOD TYPE
DEMOD SIGNAL
AV7100
RAM TEST
ROM
TELCO
VERIFIER, CAM
ACCESS CARD
CHECKSUM
EEPROM
4. To reset the unit, simultaneously press the guide button and the down arrow down button on the front panel of the unit.
— 12 —
SAT-A55/B55
NOTES:
— 13 —
SAT-A55/B55
NOTES:
— 14 —
SAT-A55/B55
SECTION 4
DIAGRAMS
4-1. BLOCK DIAGRAM
— 15 —
0. SATA50 BlkDiagram.p65
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1/13/00, 1:54 PM
— 17 —
SAT-A55/B55
SC BOARD SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM
HB BOARD SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM
SC
HB
4-2. CIRCUIT BOARDS LOCATION
A
SC
HB
4-3. SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS AND PRINTED WIRING BOARDS
•
All capacitors are in µF unless otherwise noted.
pF: µµF 50 WV or less are not indicated except for electrolytic and
tantalums.
•
All electrolytics are 50V unless otherwise specified.
•
Indication of resistance, which does not have one for
rating electrical power, is as follows:
Pitch: 5mm
Rating electrical power 1/4W (CHIP: 1/10W)
•
•
: earth-chassis
•
• All voltages are in Volts
•
Readings are taken with a 10M ohm digital multimeter.
•
Readings are taken with a color-bar signal input.
•
Voltage variations may be noted due to normal
production tolerance.
•
MΩ = 1000KΩ
*
•
•
: nonflammable resistor
•
: fusible resistor
•
: internal component
•
: panel designation and adjustment for repair
•
: earth-ground
•
•
— 18 —
1. SATA50 SC H bd.p65
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[FRONT PANEL]
All variable and adjustable resistors have characteristic
curve B, unless otherwise noted.
All resistors are in ohms.
KΩ = 1000Ω
[SMART CARD]
: cannot be measured
: B + Line
-----
: B − Line
: Signal path
— 19 —
— 20 —
1/12/00, 3:46 PM
SAT-A55/B55
Schematic Diagram of A Board (1/4)
A BOARD (*) MARK LIST (1/4)
CN120
D101
RB191
SAT-A55
3P
RB751V-40TE-17
#
SAT-B55
#
#
47
# = NOT MOUNTED
— 21 —
2. SATA50 A Board1.p65
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— 22 —
1/13/00, 10:47 AM
— 23 —
SAT-A55/B55
Schematic Diagram of A Board (2/4)
A BOARD TRANSISTOR
VOLTAGE LIST (2/4)
B
Q201
2.0
Q202
5.0
Q203
0.0
Q204
^13.7/18.8
Q240
0.5
Q241
0.1
Q290
0.7
Q301
0.3
Q302
-0.3
Q630
32.3
Q631
11.8
Q632
15.0
Q650
17.8
Q651
5.0
Q652
4.5
Q653
5.1
Q654
0.0
Q655
6.0
Q800
0.0
Q801
-5.0
Q802
-5.0
C
5.0
0.0
29.0
1.2
5.0
-0.5
36.6
7.2
7.8
50.0
42.2
42.4
1.6
11.8
5.8
11.8
5.8
12.0
5.0
0.0
0.0
E
2.0
0.0
0.0
^13.7/18.8
0.0
0.0
^14.2/19.3
0.0
-0.9
32.0
15.0
14.6
11.8
4.5
5.2
5.1
0.0
5.0
0.0
GND
GND
All Voltages are in V
^ Voltages will switch between these two values (#/#)
approximately every 5 seconds.
A BOARD IC VOLTAGE LIST (2/4)
IC206
5
0.0
pin
volt
6
0.0
1
0.0
7
0.0
2
1.6
8
5.0
IC301
3
0.0
4
GND
pin
volt
5
5.6
1
0.6
6
1.2
2
0.3
7
5.1
3
0.3
8
5.1
4
-5.0
IC290
5
0.3
pin
volt
6
0.3
1
^33.9/34.5
7
0.3
2
^14.2/19.3
8
5.0
IC622
3
0.8
4
GND
pin
volt
5
1.3
I
-8.0
6
^34.6/35.1
O
-5.0
7
^34.5/35.1
G
0.0
IC623
8
^34.5/35.1
IC240
pin
volt
pin
volt
1
4.8
1
0.6
2
3.6
2
0.0
3
-72.5
3
GND
4
-65.0
IC624
4
-5.0
5
GND
pin
volt
6
0.0
I
2.5
7
0.0
O
0.0
8
5.0
G
3.7
IC300
IC640
pin
volt
pin
volt
1
0.6
I
16.6
2
0.4
O
11.85
3
0.4
G
0.0
4
-5.0
IC700
volt
-57.8
-62.5
*
IC800
pin
volt
1
0.0
2
0.0
3
1.6
4
1.1
5
2.2
6
GND
7
5.0
8
2.2
IC801
pin
volt
1
0.0
2
0.0
3
0.0
4
-5.0
5
0.0
6
0.0
7
0.0
8
5.0
IC802
pin
volt
1
0.0
2
0.0
3
0.0
4
-5.0
5
0.0
6
0.0
7
0.0
8
5.0
pin
1
2
3
All Voltages are in V
^ Voltages will switch between these two values (#/#)
approximately every 5 seconds.
A BOARD (*) MARK LIST (2/4)
Q801
Q802
R800
R801
SAT-A55
2SD601A-Q
2SD601A-Q
10K
1K
R802
1K
SAT-B55
#
#
#
#
#
# = NOT MOUNTED
— 24 —
3. SATA50 A Board2.p65
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— 25 —
—26 —
1/14/00, 10:50 AM
SAT-A55/B55
Schematic Diagram of A Board (3/4)
A BOARD (*) MARK LIST (3/4)
Q160
SAT-A55
DTA114EKA-T146
SAT-B55
#
# = NOT MOUNTED
— 27 —
4. SATA50 A Board3.p65
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— 28 —
—29 —
1/14/00, 7:57 AM
SAT-A55/B55
Schematic Diagram of A Board (4/4)
A BOARD (*) MARK LIST (4/4)
SAT-A55
100µF
0.1µF
1µF
0.1µF
1µF
0.1µF
47µF
0.1µF
1µF
0.1µF
0.22µF
2.2µF
0.01µF
IC GP1F32T
C901
C910
C911
C912
C913
C914
C915
C916
C917
C919
C920
C921
C922
CN920
SAT-B55
#
#
#
#
#
#
#
#
#
#
#
#
#
#
— 30 —
5. SATA50 A Board4.p65
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FB900
IC910
R901
R902
R903
R904
R905
R906
R912
R918
R919
RB910
SAT-A55
0 µH
IC CS492CL
10K
10K
0
10K
4.7K
0
10K
10K
4.7K
47
SAT-B55
#
#
#
#
#
#
#
#
#
#
#
#
# = NOT MOUNTED
— 31 —
—32 —
1/13/00, 10:48 AM
SAT-A55/B55
A
[POWER SUPPLY, TUNER TRANSPORT, MODEM, MICROCONTROLLER/ASIC, MPEG AV/NTSC]
A BOARD Component Location
Component Side
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
NOTE:
Portions of the circuit marked as shown are live
voltage areas. Use care to prevent electric shocks
during inspection or repair.
— 33 —
6. SATA50 A pwbs.p65
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9
DIODE
D010
H-6
D011
H-5
D012
H-4
D109
E-6
D190
D191
D-6
D204
B-8
D210
D270
D290
D307
B-3
D308
B-5
D330
B-5
D331
B-5
D500
C-3
D501
D502
D503
D504
D505
D506
B-2
D520
C-8
D531
D-9
D532
C-8
D550
D551
B-5
D552
D553
B-7
D554
B-7
D555
B-8
D601
C-2
D620
E-3
D621
E-2
D623
E-1
D624
G-2
D630
B-7
D640
E-1
D700
D-2
D701
D-3
D705
D-1
D706
D-2
D800
B-6
D801
B-6
D802
B-6
D803
B-6
D850
E-6
D851
E-6
— 34 —
1/14/00, 8:03 AM
IC
IC001
IC100
IC101
IC104
IC110
IC120
IC150
IC160
IC170
IC206
IC240
IC260
IC290
IC300
IC301
IC500
IC501
IC520
IC622
IC623
IC624
IC640
IC700
IC800
IC801
IC802
IC850
IC910
G-7
G-7
E-5
F-7
D-4
C-4
F-4
G-5
E-6
B-9
C-8
B-6
B-8
B-4
B-4
F-4
C-3
C-8
F-2
E-1
E-1
G-3
D-2
E-8
B-5
G-9
D-6
D-8
TRANSISTOR
Q101
G-3
Q160
D-6
Q190
E-6
Q199
C-7
Q201
B-8
Q202
B-8
Q203
B-8
Q204
Q241
C-8
Q290
B-9
Q301
B-5
Q302
B-4
Q303
B-4
Q304
B-4
Q520
D-9
Q521
C-9
Q522
C-8
Q550
A-8
Q551
B-8
Q630
B-8
Q631
B-8
Q632
B-8
Q650
C-8
Q651
C-8
Q652
C-8
Q653
D-9
Q654
B-8
Q655
B-9
Q690
G-3
Q691
G-3
Q692
G-3
Q693
G-3
Q800
B-5
Q801
Q802
CRYSTAL
X190
D-7
X500
D-7
X520
C-8
X850
E-6
SAT-A55/B55
A
[POWER SUPPLY, TUNER TRANSPORT, MODEM, MICROCONTROLLER/ASIC, MPEG AV/NTSC]
A BOARD Conductor Location
Conductor Side
2
1
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
NOTE:
Portions of the circuit marked as shown are live
voltage areas. Use care to prevent electric shocks
during inspection or repair.
— 35 —
6. SATA50 A pwbs.p65
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DIODE
D010
H-4
D011
G-5
D012
G-6
D109
D190
D191
D204
D210
B-2
D270
B-2
D290
B-2
D307
D308
D330
D331
D500
D501
F-8
D502
F-7
D503
F-8
D504
F-7
D505
F-7
D506
D520
C-2
D531
D532
D550
F-7
D551
B-3
D552
B-3
D553
D554
D555
D601
D-8
D620
F-8
D621
F-8
D623
F-9
D624
G-9
D630
D640
F-9
D700
E-8
D701
D-8
D705
D-9
D706
D-9
D800
D801
D802
D803
D850
D851
—36 —
1/14/00, 8:04 AM
IC
IC001
G-4
IC100
IC101
IC104
IC110
IC120
IC150
IC160
IC170
IC206
IC240
IC260
B-5
IC290
B-2
IC300
IC301
IC500
IC501
IC520
IC622
G-8
IC623
E-10
IC624
E-10
IC640
F-8
IC700
F-8
IC800
IC801
IC802
IC850
IC910
TRANSISTOR
Q101
Q160
G-6
Q190
Q199
Q201
Q202
Q203
Q204
B-2
Q240
C-3
Q241
Q290
B-2
Q301
Q302
Q303
Q304
Q520
Q521
Q522
Q550
Q551
Q630
Q631
Q632
Q650
Q651
Q652
Q653
C-1
Q654
Q655
C-1
Q690
G-8
Q691
Q692
Q693
Q800
Q801
B-5
Q802
B-5
CRYSTAL
X190
E-4
X500
G-7
X520
C-1
X850
E-4
SAT-A55/B55
4-4. SEMICONDUCTORS
MN4SV17165BT-12
MC34063ABN
DAN202K
26
50
2SD774-34
3
8
SLR-325MCT31
SLR-325DCA47
SLR-325VRT31
TA7805S
7
2
1
1
1
1
(TOP VIEW)
6
2
3
3
5
13
4
2
25
E C
B
1
TOP VIEW
2SA1162-G0
2SD601A-Q
DTC144EK-T164
MN150414SA1
S2LA20F
2SD2394-EF
CATHODE
ANODE
UDZ-TE-17-6.8B
2
PIN 1.IN
3.GND
2.OUT
NJM78M05FA
15
28
2
C
CATHODE
B
E
1
1
1
ANODE
AT24C64N-10SC
BA10393F-E1
MC14577CF
8 7 6 5
PST575DMT-T1
1 2 3 4
4
3
1
2
(TOP VIEW)
B
14
31 3
12
2
CATHODE
3
S1WB60B
RD6.2MW-T1B
DTA114WSA-TP
3
| SIW
‘
{
B ‘
8
2
1
3
|
7
(TOP VIEW)
1
{
‘
‘
MC7905CT
TOP224Y-B
3
2
3
NJM2129M-TE2
SN74HCU04ANS-E20
TC74AC04F-EL
1
D5SC4M
ANODE
1
(TOP VIEW)
(TOP VIEW)
14
22
1
PIN 1.OUT
2.COMMON
3.IN
1
C E
HVU359TRF
MA111
TL431CLP-Z
2
2
E
1
— 37 —
C
B
PIN 1.GND
2.IN
3.OUT
1
1 23 2
3
SAT-A55/B55
SECTION 5
EXPLODED VIEWS
NOTE:
• Items with no part number and no description are not stocked because they
are seldom required for routine service.
• The component parts of an assembly are indicated by the reference numbers
in the remarks column.
• Items marked * are not stocked since they are seldom required for routine
service. Some delay should be anticipated when ordering these items.
The components identified by shading
and
mark are critical for safety.
Replace only with part number specified.
5-1. SAT-A55/B55 CHASSIS
7-685-871-01 SCREW 3X6 +BVTT
7-685-646-79 SCREW 3X8 +BV
7-682-547-09 SCREW 3X6 +BTT
▼
13
14
12
16
8
17
15
11
4
2
5
1
10
8
7
9
6
3
REF. NO
PART NO.
DESCRIPTION
REMARK
1
2
2
3
4-062-173-01
X-4036-848-3
X-4036-848-4
4-071-127-11
EMBLEM, SONY (4-A)
PANEL ASSY, FRONT (SAT-B55)
PANEL ASSY, FRONT (SAT-A55)
PANEL, INDICATOR
4
5
6
7
8
4-060-001-02
4-060-004-01
4-060-002-01
* A-1372-783-A
* 1-900-801-89
REF. NO
PART NO.
DESCRIPTION
REMARK
9
4-048-281-01 FOOT
10 * 4-074-791-01 CASE, LOWER
11 * A-1299-170-A A COMPLETE PC BOARD (SAT-B55)
11 * A-1299-166-A A COMPLETE PC BOARD (SAT-A55)
12
8-598-363-00 RF REMOCON RECEIVER RFR-RA101
(SAT-A55)
13 * 4-060-760-11 CASE, UPPER
14
3-682-691-00 NUT, WASHER HEXAGON
15 * A-1391-023-A SC MOUNTED PC BOARD
16
1-473-156-11 MODULATOR, RF
17
8-598-524-00 INTERFACE MODULE DQS-DA101F
BUTTON, POWER
GUIDE, LED
BUTTON, MULTI
HB MOUNTED PC BOARD
CONNECTOR, FFC 9P
— 38 —
SAT-A55/B55
5-2. SAN-18D3
4-061-591-01 BOLT, 1/4-20 UNC X 1/2
4-061-581-01 BOLT, 1/4-20 UNC X 1/2 FORMING
3
2
7
5
8
4
6
9
11
15
10
12
14
13
REF. NO
PART NO.
DESCRIPTION
2
3
4
5 *
X-4035-039-2
4-061-583-01
4-061-584-01
4-061-576-11
MOUNT ASSY, REFLECTOR
REFLECTOR
REFLECTOR, MOUNTING BASE
LABEL, MODEL NUMBER
6
7
8 *
9 *
10*
4-061-587-01
X-4035-030-1
4-061-588-01
4-061-589-01
X-4035-040-1
BOLT, 1/4-20 UNC X 7/8
MOUNT ASSY, UNIVERSAL
MAST, UNIVERSAL MOUNT
FOOT, UNIVERSAL MOUNT
ARM ASSY, LNB
16
REMARK
3-6
8-9
11-13
— 39 —
REF. NO
PART NO.
11
12 *
13
14
15
16
8-598-326-02
4-061-590-01
4-061-592-01
4-049-203-01
4-049-478-01
1-251-841-11
DESCRIPTION
REMARK
CONVERTER, BS SAC-DA201
ARM, LNB SUPPORT
SCREW, ROUND SEMS (2)
COVER, WATERPROOF
CLIP (L)
SIGNAL SEEKER
SAT-A55/B55
SECTION
6
The components
identified by shading and
mark are
critical
for safety.
Replace only with part no. specified.
ELECTRICAL PARTS
LIST
AA
RESISTORS:
REMARK
REF. NO.
PART NO.
• All resistors are in ohms.
• F: nonflammable.
• Items marked
* are not stocked since they
are seldom required for routine service.
When indicating parts by reference number,
Some delay should be anticipated when
please include the board name.
ordering these items.
DESCRIPTION
REMARK
• All variable and adjustable
resistors have characteristic
curve B, unless otherwise noted.
REF. NO.
DESCRIPTION
REF.The
NO.components
PART NO.
identifiedDESCRIPTION
by shading
and
mark are critical for safety.
Replace only with part no. specified.
PART NO.
DESCRIPTION
REMARK
A
PART NO.
REMARK
C134
C135
C136
C137
C138
1-104-665-11
1-131-379-00
1-164-156-11
1-164-156-11
1-164-156-11
ELECT
TANTALUM
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
100µF
22µF
0.1µF
0.1µF
0.1µF
20%
10%
10V
6.3V
25V
25V
25V
C140
C150
C151
C152
C153
1-104-665-11
1-164-156-11
1-164-156-11
1-164-156-11
1-164-156-11
ELECT
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
100µF
0.1µF
0.1µF
0.1µF
0.1µF
20%
10V
25V
25V
25V
25V
10V
25V
25V
25V
25V
C154
C156
C157
C158
C159
1-164-156-11
1-162-927-11
1-162-927-11
1-162-927-11
1-162-927-11
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
0.1µF
100pF
100pF
100pF
100pF
5%
5%
5%
5%
25V
50V
50V
50V
50V
* A-1299-166-A A BOARD, COMPLETE (SAT-A55 ONLY)
* A-1299-170-A A BOARD, COMPLETE (SAT-B55 ONLY)
1-533-223-11 HOLDER, FUSE
4-382-854-11 SCREW (M3X10), P, SW (+)
CAPACITOR
20%
REF. NO.
C010
C100
C101
C102
C103
1-104-665-11
1-164-156-11
1-164-156-11
1-164-156-11
1-164-156-11
ELECT
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
100µF
0.1µF
0.1µF
0.1µF
0.1µF
C104
C105
C106
C107
C108
1-164-156-11
1-164-156-11
1-164-156-11
1-164-156-11
1-164-156-11
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
0.1µF
0.1µF
0.1µF
0.1µF
0.1µF
25V
25V
25V
25V
25V
C160
C161
C162
C163
C164
1-126-916-11
1-162-927-11
1-162-927-11
1-162-927-11
1-162-927-11
ELECT
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
1000µF
100pF
100pF
100pF
100pF
20%
5%
5%
5%
5%
6.3V
50V
50V
50V
50V
C109
C110
C111
C112
C113
1-164-156-11
1-164-156-11
1-164-156-11
1-164-156-11
1-164-156-11
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
0.1µF
0.1µF
0.1µF
0.1µF
0.1µF
25V
25V
25V
25V
25V
C165
C166
C167
C171
C181
1-162-927-11
1-162-927-11
1-164-156-11
1-113-619-11
1-164-156-11
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
100pF
100pF
0.1µF
0.47µF
0.1µF
5%
5%
50V
50V
25V
10V
25V
C114
C115
C116
C117
C118
1-164-156-11
1-164-156-11
1-164-156-11
1-164-156-11
1-164-156-11
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
0.1µF
0.1µF
0.1µF
0.1µF
0.1µF
25V
25V
25V
25V
25V
C192
C193
C194
C195
C196
C238
1-216-864-11
1-162-927-11
1-164-156-11
1-162-927-11
1-104-665-11
1-164-156-11
SHORT
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
ELECT
CERAMIC CHIP
0
100pF
0.1µF
100pF
100µF
0.1µF
5%
50V
25V
50V
10V
25V
C119
C120
C121
C122
C123
1-164-156-11
1-164-156-11
1-164-156-11
1-164-156-11
1-164-156-11
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
0.1µF
0.1µF
0.1µF
0.1µF
0.1µF
25V
25V
25V
25V
25V
C239
C240
C241
C242
C245
1-164-156-11
1-164-156-11
1-126-960-11
1-165-112-11
1-162-964-11
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
ELECT
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
0.1µF
0.1µF
1µF
0.33µF
0.001µF
C124
C125
C126
C127
C128
1-164-156-11
1-164-156-11
1-164-156-11
1-164-156-11
1-164-156-11
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
0.1µF
0.1µF
0.1µF
0.1µF
0.1µF
25V
25V
25V
25V
25V
C248
C249
C250
C260
C269
1-126-964-11
1-126-964-11
1-126-959-11
1-164-156-11
1-126-934-11
ELECT
ELECT
ELECT
CERAMIC CHIP
ELECT
10µF
10µF
0.47µF
0.1µF
220µF
20%
20%
20%
C129
C130
C131
C132
C133
1-164-156-11
1-164-156-11
1-164-156-11
1-164-156-11
1-164-156-11
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
0.1µF
0.1µF
0.1µF
0.1µF
0.1µF
25V
25V
25V
25V
25V
C270
C271
C272
C273
1-104-665-11
1-164-156-11
1-104-665-11
1-104-665-11
ELECT
CERAMIC CHIP
ELECT
ELECT
100µF
0.1µF
100µF
100µF
20%
— 40 —
5%
20%
20%
10%
20%
20%
20%
25V
25V
50V
16V
50V
50V
50V
50V
25V
10V
10V
25V
10V
10V
SAT-A55/B55
The components identified by shading and
mark are
critical for safety. Replace only with part no. specified.
REF. NO.
PART NO.
DESCRIPTION
REMARK
C274
C275
C276
C277
C290
1-164-156-11
1-164-156-11
1-164-156-11
1-164-156-11
1-162-964-11
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
0.1µF
0.1µF
0.1µF
0.1µF
0.001µF
C292
C293
C300
C301
C302
1-135-909-71
1-126-971-11
1-162-923-11
1-162-923-11
1-162-915-11
CAP,ELECT
ELECT
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
220µF
470µF
47pF
47pF
10pF
20%
5%
5%
0.50pF
50V
50V
50V
50V
C303
C304
C305
C306
C307
1-162-915-11
1-162-928-11
1-162-928-11
1-162-915-11
1-162-923-11
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
10pF
120pF
120pF
10pF
47pF
0.50pF
5%
5%
0.50pF
5%
50V
50V
50V
50V
50V
C308
C309
C310
C311
C312
1-162-923-11
1-164-156-11
1-164-156-11
1-162-920-11
1-162-916-11
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
47pF
0.1µF
0.1µF
27pF
12pF
5%
50V
25V
25V
50V
50V
C313
C314
C315
C316
C317
1-104-665-11
1-164-156-11
1-104-665-11
1-164-156-11
1-164-156-11
ELECT
CERAMIC CHIP
ELECT
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
100µF
0.1µF
100µF
0.1µF
0.1µF
20%
C320
C321
C322
C323
C325
1-104-665-11
1-164-156-11
1-164-156-11
1-104-665-11
1-164-156-11
ELECT
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
ELECT
CERAMIC CHIP
100µF
0.1µF
0.1µF
100µF
0.1µF
20%
C326
C327
C328
C331
C332
1-162-926-11
1-104-665-11
1-162-928-11
1-162-915-11
1-162-915-11
CERAMIC CHIP
ELECT
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
82pF
100µF
120pF
10pF
10pF
5%
20%
5%
0.50pF
0.50pF
50V
25V
50V
50V
50V
C344
C345
C500
C501
C502
1-162-923-11
1-162-923-11
1-162-922-11
1-162-922-11
1-164-156-11
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
47pF
47pF
39pF
39pF
0.1µF
5%
5%
5%
5%
50V
50V
50V
50V
25V
C503
C506
C507
C508
C509
1-164-156-11
1-162-114-00
1-162-134-11
1-162-134-11
1-164-156-11
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
0.1µF
0.0047µF
470pF
10%
470pF
10%
0.1µF
1-164-227-11
1-164-156-11
1-164-156-11
1-162-927-11
1-162-927-11
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
0.022µF
0.1µF
0.1µF
100pF
100pF
C515
C522
C523
C524
C540
!
!
!
10%
5%
5%
20%
20%
10%
5%
5%
25V
25V
25V
25V
50V
A
REF. NO.
DESCRIPTION
REMARK
1-162-964-11
1-162-927-11
1-136-345-21
1-136-345-21
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
MYLAR
MYLAR
0.001µF
100pF
0.1µF
0.1µF
10%
5%
20%
20%
50V
50V
125V
125V
1-102-050-00
1-102-050-00
1-113-903-11
1-113-903-11
1-113-610-11
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
ELECT(BLOCK)
0.01µF
0.01µF
0.001µF
0.001µF
220µF
20%
20%
20%
20%
20%
500V
500V
250V
250V
250V
1-113-903-11
1-113-903-11
1-102-244-00
1-102-244-00
1-102-244-00
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
0.001µF
0.001µF
220pF
220pF
220pF
20%
20%
10%
10%
10%
250V
250V
500V
500V
500V
C624
C625
C626
C628
C630
1-102-244-00
1-128-582-11
1-126-971-11
1-104-666-11
1-126-944-11
CERAMIC CHIP
ELECT
ELECT
ELECT
ELECT
220pF
10µF
470µF
220µF
3300µF
10%
20%
20%
20%
20%
500V
63V
50V
25V
25V
C632
C635
C636
C638
C639
1-126-964-11
1-104-665-11
1-104-665-11
1-164-156-11
1-126-951-11
ELECT
ELECT
ELECT
CERAMIC CHIP
ELECT
10µF
100µF
100µF
0.1µF
470µF
20%
20%
20%
50V
10V
10V
25V
35V
C640
C641
C650
C651
C652
1-102-244-00
1-104-665-11
1-126-960-11
1-162-964-11
1-164-156-11
CERAMIC CHIP
ELECT
ELECT
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
220pF
100µF
1µF
0.001µF
0.1µF
10%
20%
20%
10%
500V
25V
50V
50V
25V
C653
C654
C655
C656
C691
1-126-961-11
1-164-156-11
1-164-156-11
1-104-665-11
1-131-388-00
ELECT
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
ELECT
TANTALUM
2.2µF
0.1µF
0.1µF
100µF
68µF
20%
20%
10%
50V
25V
25V
10V
6.3V
C692
C699
C702
C703
C704
1-164-156-11
1-104-665-11
1-107-601-11
1-126-951-11
1-126-964-11
CERAMIC CHIP
ELECT
CERAMIC CHIP
ELECT
ELECT
0.1µF
100µF
33pF
470µF
10µF
20%
5%
20%
20%
25V
10V
500V
35V
50V
C705
C801
C802
C808
C809
C812
1-126-964-11
1-164-156-11
1-164-156-11
1-164-156-11
1-162-923-11
1-162-923-11
ELECT
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
10µF
0.1µF
0.1µF
0.1µF
47pF
47pF
20%
25V
2KV
2KV
2KV
25V
25V
25V
25V
50V
50V
C813
C814
C815
C816
C817
1-162-923-11
1-162-923-11
1-162-923-11
1-126-964-11
1-164-156-11
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
ELECT
CERAMIC CHIP
47pF
47pF
47pF
10µF
0.1µF
5%
5%
5%
20%
25V
10V
25V
10V
25V
25V
10V
25V
25V
10V
25V
C541
C550
C601
C602
PART NO.
C603
C604
C605
C606
C607
C608
C609
C620
C621
C623
— 41 —
!
!
!
!
!
!
20%
5%
5%
50V
25V
25V
25V
50V
50V
50V
50V
50V
50V
SAT-A55/B55
The components identified by shading and
mark are
critical for safety. Replace only with part no. specified.
A
REF. NO.
PART NO.
DESCRIPTION
REMARK
C818
C820
C821
C822
C823
1-162-923-11
1-126-964-11
1-126-964-11
1-162-964-11
1-162-964-11
CERAMIC CHIP
ELECT
ELECT
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
47pF
10µF
10µF
0.001µF
0.001µF
5%
20%
20%
10%
10%
50V
50V
50V
50V
50V
C824
C825
C826
C827
C828
1-162-922-11
1-162-922-11
1-164-156-11
1-164-156-11
1-104-665-11
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
ELECT
39pF
39pF
0.1µF
0.1µF
100µF
5%
5%
50V
50V
25V
25V
10V
C829
C850
C851
C852
C853
1-104-665-11
1-126-960-11
1-164-156-11
1-216-864-11
1-162-959-11
ELECT
ELECT
CERAMIC CHIP
SHORT
CERAMIC CHIP
100µF
1µF
0.1µF
0
330pF
20%
20%
10V
50V
25V
5%
50V
C854
C855
C901
1-164-156-11 CERAMIC CHIP
1-164-156-11 CERAMIC CHIP
1-104-665-11 ELECT
(SAT-A55 ONLY)
1-164-156-11 CERAMIC CHIP
(SAT-A55 ONLY)
1-126-960-11 ELECT
(SAT-A55 ONLY)
0.1µF
0.1µF
100µF
20%
25V
25V
10V
C910
C911
C912
C913
C914
C915
C916
C917
C919
C920
C921
C922
C971
1-164-156-11 CERAMIC CHIP
(SAT-A55 ONLY)
1-126-960-11 ELECT
(SAT-A55 ONLY)
1-164-156-11 CERAMIC CHIP
(SAT-A55 ONLY)
1-126-967-11 ELECT
(SAT-A55 ONLY)
1-164-156-11 CERAMIC CHIP
(SAT-A55 ONLY)
1-126-960-11 ELECT
(SAT-A55 ONLY)
1-164-156-11 CERAMIC CHIP
(SAT-A55 ONLY)
1-115-467-11 CERAMIC CHIP
(SAT-A55 ONLY)
1-126-961-11 ELECT
(SAT-A55 ONLY)
1-162-974-11 CERAMIC CHIP
(SAT-A55 ONLY)
CF300
0.1µF
1µF
1-409-332-00 CERAMIC TRAP
25V
20%
0.1µF
1µF
47µF
20%
50V
25V
20%
0.1µF
1µF
50V
25V
0.1µF
50V
25V
20%
0.1µF
50V
25V
0.22µF
10%
10V
2.2µF
20%
50V
0.01µF
1-162-917-11 CERAMIC CHIP 15pF
FILTER
20%
50V
5%
50V
REF. NO.
PART NO.
DESCRIPTION
REMARK
CONNECTOR
CN120 *1-564-506-11 PLUG, CONNECTOR
(SAT-A55 ONLY)
CN150 * 1-568-828-11 PIN, CONNECTOR (PC BOARD)
CN151 * 1-568-828-11 PIN, CONNECTOR (PC BOARD)
CN300 1-694-135-11 TERMINAL, S VIDEO
CN550 1-774-279-11 CONNECTOR, D-SUB (FEMALE)
3P
9P
9P
CN601 ! 1-251-135-11 INLET, AC
CN920 8-749-921-12 IC GP1F32T (SAT-A55 ONLY)
DIODE
D010
D011
D012
D101
D109
8-719-050-05 DIODE SLR-325VRT31
8-719-048-77 DIODE SLR-325DCA47
8-719-060-27 DIODE SLR-325MCT31
8-719-060-48 DIODE RB751V-40TE-17
(SAT-A55 ONLY)
8-719-045-67 DIODE RB731U-T108
D152
D190
D191
D204
D240
8-719-045-67
1-163-233-11
8-719-031-68
8-719-063-73
8-719-073-01
DIODE RB731U-T108
CERAMIC CHIP 18pF
DIODE HVU359TRF
DIODE D1NL20U-TR
DIODE MA111-TX
D241
D270
D290
D307
D308
8-719-073-01
8-719-063-73
8-719-063-73
8-719-067-40
8-719-067-40
DIODE MA111-TX
DIODE D1NL20U-TR
DIODE D1NL20U-TR
DIODE STZ6.8N-T146
DIODE STZ6.8N-T146
D330
D331
D502
D503
8-719-067-40
8-719-067-40
8-719-073-01
8-719-073-01
DIODE STZ6.8N-T146
DIODE STZ6.8N-T146
DIODE MA111-TX
DIODE MA111-TX
D504
D505
D506
D507
D520
8-719-073-01
8-719-073-01
8-719-064-74
8-719-067-40
8-719-073-01
DIODE MA111-TX
DIODE MA111-TX
DIODE P3100SB
DIODE STZ6.8N-T146
DIODE MA111-TX
D531
D532
D550
D551
D552
8-719-067-40
8-719-045-67
8-719-069-57
8-719-914-43
8-719-914-43
DIODE STZ6.8N-T146
DIODE RB731U-T108
DIODE UDZS-TE17-6.8B
DIODE DAN202K-T-146
DIODE DAN202K-T-146
D553
D554
D555
D601
D620
8-719-073-01
8-719-073-01
8-719-073-01
8-719-510-43
8-719-063-73
DIODE MA111-TX
DIODE MA111-TX
DIODE MA111-TX
DIODE S1WB60B
DIODE D1NL20U-TR
D621
D623
8-719-063-73 DIODE D1NL20U-TR
8-719-063-73 DIODE D1NL20U-TR
— 42 —
!
5%
50V
SAT-A55/B55
The components identified by shading and
mark are
critical for safety. Replace only with part no. specified.
REF. NO.
PART NO.
DESCRIPTION
REMARK
A
REF. NO.
D624
D630
D640
D700
D701
8-719-031-79
8-719-073-01
8-719-063-73
8-719-063-73
8-719-059-24
DIODE D5SC4M
DIODE MA111-TX
DIODE D1NL20U-TR
DIODE D1NL20U-TR
DIODE P6KE200A
IC150
IC160
IC171
IC206
IC240
D705
D706
D800
D801
D802
8-719-063-73
8-719-063-73
8-719-067-40
8-719-067-40
8-719-067-40
DIODE D1NL20U-TR
DIODE D1NL20U-TR
DIODE STZ6.8N-T146
DIODE STZ6.8N-T146
DIODE STZ6.8N-T146
IC260
IC290
IC300
IC301
IC500
D803
D850
D851
8-719-067-40 DIODE STZ6.8N-T146
1-163-224-11 CERAMIC CHIP 7pF
8-719-031-68 DIODE HVU359TRF
0.25pF 50V
IC501
IC520
IC622
IC623
IC624
!
!
!
PART NO.
DESCRIPTION
8-759-471-57
8-759-675-91
8-759-663-27
8-759-510-72
8-759-100-96
IC AT82002159-0T1T
IC ISPLSI2032VE-135LJ44-10503
IC LP3470M5X-4.38
IC LM393DR
IC NJM4558M-TE2
8-759-231-53
8-759-641-88
8-759-640-14
8-759-640-14
8-759-469-41
IC L7805CV
IC MC34063ABN
IC TK15420MTL
IC TK15420MTL
IC 73K222BL-IH
8-749-017-37
8-759-553-77
8-759-663-02
8-719-936-96
8-759-198-31
IC CPC1035NTR
IC MN150414SA1
IC L7905CV
PHOTO COUPLER PC817-B
IC TL431CLP-Z
8-759-231-58
8-759-490-02
8-759-594-77
8-759-636-55
8-759-636-55
IC L7812CV
IC TOP224Y-BB
IC CS4388KS
IC M5218AFP-T1
IC M5218AFP-T1
FUSE
F500
F501
F601
F620
!
!
!
!
1-576-393-11
1-576-393-11
1-532-745-11
1-532-745-11
FUSE
FUSE
FUSE, GLASS TUBE
FUSE, GLASS TUBE
3.15A/125V
3.15A/125V
FB302
FB304
FB500
FB501
FB520
FB601
FB602
FB603
FB604
FB801
FB850
FB900
FB970
1-412-911-11
1-412-911-11
1-412-911-11
1-412-911-11
1-412-911-11
!
!
!
!
FERRITE
FERRITE
FERRITE
FERRITE
FERRITE
1-412-911-11
1-412-911-11
1-412-911-11
1-412-911-11
1-412-911-11
FERRITE
FERRITE
FERRITE
FERRITE
FERRITE
1-412-911-11
1-412-911-11
1-500-284-21
1-500-284-21
1-412-911-11
FERRITE
FERRITE
INDUCTOR CHIP
INDUCTOR CHIP
FERRITE
1-414-231-22 INDUCTOR CHIP
1-414-231-22 INDUCTOR CHIP
(SAT-A55 ONLY)
1-414-231-22 INDUCTOR CHIP
IC
IC001
IC100
IC101
IC104
IC110
8-742-205-30
8-759-667-22
8-759-669-19
8-759-427-46
8-759-663-50
HYB IC SBX3081-01(30)
IC TC58FVB160FT-SV10503
IC IS41C16257-35T
IC AT24C64N-10SC
IC TMS320AV7100-2.7
IC120
8-759-641-60 IC MT48LC1M16A1TG-7S
!
IC850
IC910
FERRITE BEAD
FB105
FB152
FB270
FB300
FB301
IC640
IC700
IC800
IC801
IC802
8-759-073-52 IC TC74AC04F-EL
8-759-594-68 IC CS4924CL
(SAT-A55 ONLY)
JACK
J151
J500
J800
!
1-568-267-21 JACK
1-770-671-11 JACK, MODULAR
1-770-546-21 JACK, PIN
6P
COIL
0UH
L110
L111
L112
L210
L290
1-408-608-31
1-408-608-31
1-408-608-31
1-406-669-11
1-406-669-11
INDUCTOR
INDUCTOR
INDUCTOR
INDUCTOR
INDUCTOR
27µH
27µH
27µH
470µH
470µH
L300
L301
L302
L303
L304
1-408-605-31
1-408-605-31
1-408-613-31
1-408-608-31
1-410-471-11
INDUCTOR
INDUCTOR
INDUCTOR
INDUCTOR
INDUCTOR
15µH
15µH
68µH
27µH
12µH
L625
L800
L805
L850
1-406-659-11
1-408-608-31
1-408-608-31
1-414-108-11
INDUCTOR
INDUCTOR
INDUCTOR
INDUCTOR
10µH
27µH
27µH
0.68µH
IC LINK
PS260
— 43 —
1-532-605-00 LINK, IC
0.4A/150V
REMARK
SAT-A55/B55
The components identified by shading and
mark are
critical for safety. Replace only with part no. specified.
A
REF. NO.
PART NO.
DESCRIPTION
REMARK
TRANSISTOR
Q101
Q160
Q190
Q199
Q202
8-729-422-27 TRANSISTOR 2SD601A-QRS-TX
8-729-027-23 TRANSISTOR DTA114EKA-T146
(SAT-A55 ONLY)
8-729-422-27 TRANSISTOR 2SD601A-QRS-TX
8-729-422-27 TRANSISTOR 2SD601A-QRS-TX
1-801-806-11 TRANSISTOR DTC144EKA-T146
Q203
Q204
Q240
Q241
Q290
1-801-806-11
8-729-216-22
8-729-422-27
8-729-216-22
8-729-019-01
TRANSISTOR DTC144EKA-T146
TRANSISTOR 2SB709A-QRS-TX
TRANSISTOR 2SD601A-QRS-TX
TRANSISTOR 2SB709A-QRS-TX
TRANSISTOR 2SD2394-EF
Q301
Q302
Q303
Q304
Q520
8-729-422-27
8-729-422-27
8-729-216-22
8-729-422-27
8-729-216-22
TRANSISTOR 2SD601A-QRS-TX
TRANSISTOR 2SD601A-QRS-TX
TRANSISTOR 2SB709A-QRS-TX
TRANSISTOR 2SD601A-QRS-TX
TRANSISTOR 2SB709A-QRS-TX
Q521
Q522
Q550
Q551
Q630
8-729-422-27
8-729-422-27
8-729-422-27
8-729-216-22
8-729-422-27
TRANSISTOR 2SD601A-QRS-TX
TRANSISTOR 2SD601A-QRS-TX
TRANSISTOR 2SD601A-QRS-TX
TRANSISTOR 2SB709A-QRS-TX
TRANSISTOR 2SD601A-QRS-TX
Q631
Q632
Q650
Q651
Q652
8-729-422-27
8-729-422-27
8-729-216-22
8-729-422-27
8-729-422-27
TRANSISTOR 2SD601A-QRS-TX
TRANSISTOR 2SD601A-QRS-TX
TRANSISTOR 2SB709A-QRS-TX
TRANSISTOR 2SD601A-QRS-TX
TRANSISTOR 2SD601A-QRS-TX
Q653
Q654
Q655
Q690
Q691
8-729-019-01
8-729-422-27
8-729-140-96
8-729-019-01
8-729-422-27
TRANSISTOR 2SD2394-EF
TRANSISTOR 2SD601A-QRS-TX
TRANSISTOR 2SD774-T-4
TRANSISTOR 2SD2394-EF
TRANSISTOR 2SD601A-QRS-TX
Q692
Q693
Q800
Q801
8-729-422-27 TRANSISTOR 2SD601A-QRS-TX
8-729-422-27 TRANSISTOR 2SD601A-QRS-TX
8-729-422-27 TRANSISTOR 2SD601A-QRS-TX
8-729-422-27 TRANSISTOR 2SD601A-QRS-TX
(SAT-A55 ONLY)
8-729-422-27 TRANSISTOR 2SD601A-QRS-TX
(SAT-A55 ONLY)
Q802
RESISTOR
R010
R011
R012
R013
R100
1-216-813-11
1-216-813-11
1-216-813-11
1-216-817-11
1-216-833-91
RES, CHIP
RES, CHIP
RES, CHIP
RES, CHIP
RES, CHIP
220
220
220
470
10K
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
R101
R102
R103
1-216-821-11 RES, CHIP
1-216-817-11 RES, CHIP
1-216-817-11 RES, CHIP
1K
470
470
5%
5%
5%
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
REF. NO.
PART NO.
DESCRIPTION
REMARK
R104
R105
R106
R107
R108
1-216-817-11
1-216-818-11
1-216-818-11
1-216-818-11
1-216-686-11
RES, CHIP
RES, CHIP
RES, CHIP
RES, CHIP
METALCHIP
470
560
560
560
30K
5%
5%
5%
5%
0.50%
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/10W
R109
R110
R111
R112
R115
1-216-833-91
1-216-833-91
1-216-833-91
1-216-833-91
1-216-833-91
RES, CHIP
RES, CHIP
RES, CHIP
RES, CHIP
RES, CHIP
10K
10K
10K
10K
10K
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
R123
R137
R138
R139
R150
1-216-864-11
1-216-833-91
1-216-833-91
1-216-801-11
1-216-833-91
SHORT
RES, CHIP
RES, CHIP
RES, CHIP
RES, CHIP
0
10K
10K
22
10K
5%
5%
5%
5%
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
R152
R154
R160
R161
R162
1-216-833-91
1-216-829-11
1-216-829-11
1-216-864-11
1-216-864-11
RES, CHIP
RES, CHIP
RES, CHIP
SHORT
SHORT
10K
4.7K
4.7K
0
0
5%
5%
5%
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
R164
R165
R170
R172
R188
1-216-825-11
1-216-825-11
1-216-829-11
1-216-833-91
1-216-833-91
RES, CHIP
RES, CHIP
RES, CHIP
RES, CHIP
RES, CHIP
2.2K
2.2K
4.7K
10K
10K
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
R190
R191
R192
R193
R194
1-216-825-11
1-216-845-11
1-216-845-11
1-216-845-11
1-216-809-11
RES, CHIP
RES, CHIP
RES, CHIP
RES, CHIP
RES, CHIP
2.2K
100K
100K
100K
100
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
R195
R196
R197
R198
R212
1-216-857-11
1-216-809-11
1-216-809-11
1-216-837-11
1-216-833-91
RES, CHIP
RES, CHIP
RES, CHIP
RES, CHIP
RES, CHIP
1M
100
100
22K
10K
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
R213
R214
R218
R219
R220
1-216-837-11
1-216-835-11
1-216-061-00
1-216-049-91
1-216-827-11
RES, CHIP
RES, CHIP
RES, CHIP
RES, CHIP
RES, CHIP
22K
15K
3.3K
1K
3.3K
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
1/16W
1/16W
1/10W
1/10W
1/16W
R224
R242
R243
R244
R245
1-216-833-91
1-216-838-11
1-216-824-11
1-216-820-11
1-216-833-91
RES, CHIP
RES, CHIP
RES, CHIP
RES, CHIP
RES, CHIP
10K
27K
1.8K
820
10K
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
R246
R248
R249
R252
R260
1-216-809-11
1-216-833-91
1-216-833-91
1-216-825-11
1-215-881-11
RES, CHIP
RES, CHIP
RES, CHIP
RES, CHIP
METAL OXIDE
100
10K
10K
2.2K
15
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
2W
— 44 —
SAT-A55/B55
The components identified by shading and
mark are
critical for safety. Replace only with part no. specified.
REF. NO.
PART NO.
DESCRIPTION
REMARK
A
REF. NO.
PART NO.
DESCRIPTION
REMARK
R290
1-216-821-11
R291
1-249-401-11
R292 ! 1-260-292-11
R294 1-216-821-11
R295 1-216-837-11
RES, CHIP
CARBON
CARBON
RES, CHIP
RES, CHIP
1K
47
1
1K
22K
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
1/16W
1/4W
1/2W
1/16W
1/16W
R513
R520
R521
R522
R525
1-216-033-00
1-216-833-91
1-216-833-91
1-216-825-11
1-216-837-11
RES, CHIP
RES, CHIP
RES, CHIP
RES, CHIP
RES, CHIP
220
10K
10K
2.2K
22K
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
1/10W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
R300
R301
R302
R303
R304
RES, CHIP
RES, CHIP
RES, CHIP
RES, CHIP
RES, CHIP
75
75
270
270
1.5K
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
R526
R540
R543
R545
R546
1-216-833-91
1-216-833-91
1-249-398-11
1-216-821-11
1-216-821-11
RES, CHIP
RES, CHIP
CARBON
RES, CHIP
RES, CHIP
10K
10K
27
1K
1K
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
1/16W
1/16W
1/4W
1/16W
1/16W
1-218-285-11
1-218-285-11
1-216-814-11
1-216-814-11
1-216-823-11
R305
R306
R307
R308
R309
1-216-823-11
1-216-821-11
1-216-819-11
1-216-831-11
1-216-830-11
RES, CHIP
RES, CHIP
RES, CHIP
RES, CHIP
RES, CHIP
1.5K
1K
680
6.8K
5.6K
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
R547
R548
R550
R551
R552
1-216-821-11
1-216-821-11
1-216-821-11
1-216-833-91
1-216-829-11
RES, CHIP
RES, CHIP
RES, CHIP
RES, CHIP
RES, CHIP
1K
1K
1K
10K
4.7K
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
R310
R311
R312
R313
R314
1-216-817-11
1-216-817-11
1-216-818-11
1-216-817-11
1-218-285-11
RES, CHIP
RES, CHIP
RES, CHIP
RES, CHIP
RES, CHIP
470
470
560
470
75
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
R553
R554
R555
R556
R600
1-216-809-11
1-216-821-11
1-216-833-91
1-216-833-91
1-202-723-00
RES, CHIP
RES, CHIP
RES, CHIP
RES, CHIP
SOLID
100
1K
10K
10K
2.2M
5%
5%
5%
5%
20%
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/2W
R315
R317
R318
R319
R320
1-218-285-11
1-216-809-11
1-216-818-11
1-216-822-11
1-216-818-11
RES, CHIP
RES, CHIP
RES, CHIP
RES, CHIP
RES, CHIP
75
100
560
1.2K
560
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
R601
R602
R603
R624
R625
1-217-253-11
1-216-113-00
1-216-113-00
1-216-864-11
1-216-821-11
WIREWOUND
RES, CHIP
RES, CHIP
SHORT
RES, CHIP
2.2
470K
470K
0
1K
10%
5%
5%
3W
1/10W
1/10W
5%
1/16W
R321
R322
R323
R324
R325
1-216-809-11
1-216-864-11
1-216-818-11
1-216-817-11
1-216-831-11
RES, CHIP
SHORT
RES, CHIP
RES, CHIP
RES, CHIP
100
0
560
470
6.8K
5%
1/16W
5%
5%
5%
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
R626
R627
R628
R629
R630
1-260-332-51
1-218-287-11
1-208-790-11
1-216-839-11
1-216-821-11
CARBON
RES, CHIP
METALCHIP
RES, CHIP
RES, CHIP
2.2K
200
2.2K
33K
1K
5%
1/2W
5%
1/16W
0.50% 1/10W
5%
1/16W
5%
1/16W
R326
R327
R328
R330
R331
1-216-829-11
1-216-809-11
1-216-821-11
1-216-815-11
1-216-825-11
RES, CHIP
RES, CHIP
RES, CHIP
RES, CHIP
RES, CHIP
4.7K
100
1K
330
2.2K
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
R631
R632
R633
R635
R636
1-216-833-91
1-216-834-11
1-216-833-91
1-216-833-91
1-208-790-11
RES, CHIP
RES, CHIP
RES, CHIP
RES, CHIP
METALCHIP
10K
12K
10K
10K
2.2K
5%
5%
5%
5%
0.50%
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/10W
R332
R333
R335
R342
R347
1-216-809-11
1-216-833-91
1-216-833-91
1-216-805-11
1-218-285-11
RES, CHIP
RES, CHIP
RES, CHIP
RES, CHIP
RES, CHIP
100
10K
10K
47
75
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
R637
R650
R651
R652
R653
1-216-809-11
1-249-389-11
1-216-821-11
1-216-825-11
1-216-821-11
RES, CHIP
CARBON
RES, CHIP
RES, CHIP
RES, CHIP
100
4.7
1K
2.2K
1K
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
1/16W
1/4W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
R348
R500
R501
R502
R504
1-218-285-11
1-216-814-11
1-216-815-11
1-219-570-11
1-215-388-00
RES, CHIP
RES, CHIP
RES, CHIP
RES, CHIP
METAL
75
270
330
10M
43
5%
5%
5%
5%
1%
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/4W
R655
R656
R657
R658
R659
1-216-821-11
1-216-821-11
1-216-821-11
1-216-827-11
1-216-821-11
RES, CHIP
RES, CHIP
RES, CHIP
RES, CHIP
RES, CHIP
1K
1K
1K
3.3K
1K
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
R505
R506
R507
R508
R509
1-216-797-11
1-216-857-11
1-216-857-11
1-249-414-11
1-216-864-11
RES, CHIP
RES, CHIP
RES, CHIP
CARBON
SHORT
10
1M
1M
560
0
5%
5%
5%
5%
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/4W
R660
R661
R662
R663
R664
1-249-389-11
1-216-825-11
1-216-829-11
1-216-833-91
1-216-829-11
CARBON
RES, CHIP
RES, CHIP
RES, CHIP
RES, CHIP
4.7
2.2K
4.7K
10K
4.7K
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
1/4W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
!
— 45 —
!
SAT-A55/B55
The components identified by shading and
mark are
critical for safety. Replace only with part no. specified.
A
REF. NO.
PART NO.
DESCRIPTION
REMARK
REF. NO.
PART NO.
DESCRIPTION
REMARK
R670
R671
R672
R673
R690
1-216-833-91
1-216-833-91
1-216-837-11
1-216-833-91
1-216-837-11
RES, CHIP
RES, CHIP
RES, CHIP
RES, CHIP
RES, CHIP
10K
10K
22K
10K
22K
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
R912
R691
R692
R693
R694
R700
1-216-833-91
1-216-836-11
1-216-829-11
1-216-821-11
1-216-313-00
RES, CHIP
RES, CHIP
RES, CHIP
RES, CHIP
RES, CHIP
10K
18K
4.7K
1K
8.2
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/10W
R970
R975
R800
10K
5%
1/16W
1K
5%
1/16W
1K
5%
1/16W
RB100
RB101
RB102
RB103
RB104
1-239-409-11
1-239-409-11
1-239-409-11
1-239-409-11
1-239-409-11
RES, CHIP NETWORK
RES, CHIP NETWORK
RES, CHIP NETWORK
RES, CHIP NETWORK
RES, CHIP NETWORK
47
47
47
47
47
R809
R810
1-216-833-91 RES, CHIP
(SAT-A55 ONLY)
1-216-821-11 RES, CHIP
(SAT-A55 ONLY)
1-216-821-11 RES, CHIP
(SAT-A55 ONLY)
1-216-845-11 RES, CHIP
1-216-845-11 RES, CHIP
100K
100K
5%
5%
1/16W
1/16W
R811
R815
R820
R821
R822
1-216-825-11
1-216-813-11
1-216-842-11
1-216-842-11
1-216-826-11
RES, CHIP
RES, CHIP
RES, CHIP
RES, CHIP
RES, CHIP
2.2K
220
56K
56K
2.7K
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
RB105
RB106
RB107
RB108
RB110
1-239-409-11
1-239-409-11
1-239-409-11
1-239-409-11
1-236-908-11
RES, CHIP NETWORK
RES, CHIPNETWORK
RES, CHIP NETWORK
RES, CHIP NETWORK
RES, CHIP NETWORK
47
47
47
47
10K
R823
R826
R827
R828
R829
1-216-826-11
1-216-835-11
1-216-835-11
1-218-725-11
1-218-725-11
RES, CHIP
RES, CHIP
RES, CHIP
RES, CHIP
RES, CHIP
2.7K
15K
15K
24K
24K
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
RB120
RB121
RB151
RB152
RB190
1-236-908-11
1-236-908-11
1-239-409-11
1-239-409-11
1-236-908-11
RES, CHIP NETWORK
RES, CHIP NETWORK
RES, CHIP NETWORK
RES, CHIP NETWORK
RES, CHIP NETWORK
10K
10K
47
47
10K
RB191
R850
R851
R853
R854
R855
1-216-845-11
1-216-835-11
1-216-845-11
1-216-813-11
1-216-833-91
RES, CHIP
RES, CHIP
RES, CHIP
RES, CHIP
RES, CHIP
100K
15K
100K
220
10K
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1-239-409-11 RES, CHIP NETWORK
(SAT-B55 ONLY)
1-236-908-11 RES, CHIP NETWORK
1-216-182-00 RES, CHIP NETWORK
R856
R857
R858
R901
1-216-864-11 SHORT
1-216-809-11 RES, CHIP
1-216-809-11 RES, CHIP
1-216-833-91 RES, CHIP
(SAT-A55 ONLY)
0
100
100
10K
5%
5%
5%
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
R902
1-216-833-91 RES, CHIP
(SAT-A55 ONLY)
1-216-864-11 SHORT
(SAT-A55 ONLY)
1-216-833-91 RES, CHIP
(SAT-A55 ONLY)
1-216-829-11 RES, CHIP
(SAT-A55 ONLY)
1-216-864-11 SHORT
(SAT-A55 ONLY)
10K
5%
1/16W
R801
R802
R903
R904
R905
R906
R918
R919
10K
5%
1/16W
10K
5%
1/16W
4.7K
5%
1/16W
0
0
CHIP, NETWORK
RB550
RB800
RB910
1-239-409-11 RES, CHIP NETWORK
(SAT-A55 ONLY)
47
10K
220
47
MODULATOR
RF300
10K
5%
1/16W
4.7K
5%
1/16W
1-473-156-11 MODULATOR, RF
SWITCH
S600
0
0
1-216-833-91 RES, CHIP
(SAT-A55 ONLY)
1-216-833-91 RES, CHIP
(SAT-A55 ONLY)
1-216-829-11 RES, CHIP
(SAT-A55 ONLY)
1-216-864-11 SHORT
1-216-864-11 SHORT
1-692-431-21 SWITCH, TACTILE
TRANSFORMER
T510
T601
T620
— 46 —
!
!
!
1-427-947-11 TRANSFORMER, MODEM
1-411-672-11 FILTER, LINE
1-431-646-21 TRANSFORMER, CONVERTER (SRT)
SAT-A55/B55
The components identified by shading and
mark are
critical for safety. Replace only with part no. specified.
REF. NO.
PART NO.
DESCRIPTION
REMARK
A HB A
SC
REF. NO.
TUNER
TU201
CN950
CN951
VARISTOR
VDR601
!
1-801-074-41 VARISTOR ERZV10D271
1-760-626-11
1-760-624-11
1-577-082-11
1-767-911-21
REMARK
1-785-558-11 CONNECTOR, SMART CARD
1-568-852-11 PIN,CONNECTOR (PC BOARD)
9P
IC
IC950
CRYSTAL
X190
X500
X520
X850
DESCRIPTION
CONNECTOR
8-598-524-00 MODULE, INTERFACE DQS-DA101F
!
PART NO.
8-759-525-10 IC TC7SET08F(TE85L)
CHIP CONDUCTOR
VIBRATOR, CRYSTAL
VIBRATOR, CRYSTAL
VIBRATOR, CERAMIC CHIP
CRYSTAL VIBRATOR
JR951
JR952
1-216-296-91 SHORT
1-216-296-91 SHORT
0
0
RESISTOR
HB
* A-1372-783-A HB BOARD, COMPLETE
CONNECTOR
CN001 1-568-852-11 PIN, CONNECTOR (PC BOARD)
9P
R680
R682
R950
R952
R954
1-216-067-00
1-216-073-00
1-216-027-00
1-216-029-00
1-216-073-00
RES, CHIP
RES, CHIP
RES, CHIP
RES, CHIP
RES, CHIP
R956
R958
R959
1-216-033-00 RES, CHIP
1-216-295-91 SHORT
1-216-295-91 SHORT
5.6K
10K
120
150
10K
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
1/10W
1/10W
1/10W
1/10W
1/10W
220
0
0
5%
1/10W
SWITCH
ACCESSORIES AND PACKING MATERIALS
S001
S002
S003
S004
S005
1-572-198-11
1-572-198-11
1-572-198-11
1-572-198-11
1-572-198-11
SWITCH, KEYBOARD
SWITCH, KEYBOARD
SWITCH, KEYBOARD
SWITCH, KEYBOARD
SWITCH, KEYBOARD
S006
S007
1-572-198-11 SWITCH, KEYBOARD
1-572-198-11 SWITCH, KEYBOARD
* 4-060-766-01 CUSHION, LEFT
* 4-060-767-02 CUSHION, RIGHT
* 4-075-056-01 CARTON, INDIVIDUAL
1-790-131-11
1-558-226-11
1-751-271-12
1-769-758-11
1-782-576-11
SC
* A-1391-023-A
* 1-575-335-21
1-751-498-21
1-754-022-11
1-790-953-11
4-075-080-21
SC BOARD, COMPLETE
CORD SET, POWER SUPPLY
CORD, CONNECTION (COAXIAL)
CORD, CONNECTION (AV)
CABLE, MODULAR (WITH PLUG)
CORD, CONNECTION (S-VIDEO) (SAT-A55 only)
CORD, CONNECTION
CORD, CONNECTION (SAT-A55 only)
ANTENNA, RF REMOTE (SAT-A55 only)
IR BLASTER (VCR CONTROLLER)
MANUAL, INSTRUCTION
CAPACITOR
REMOTE COMMANDER
C950
C951
C952
C953
C954
1-163-038-91
1-164-005-11
1-163-231-11
1-164-005-11
1-164-005-11
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
CERAMIC CHIP
0.1µF
0.47µF
15pF
0.47µF
0.47µF
5%
25V
25V
50V
25V
25V
SAT-A55 ONLY
1-418-609-11 REMOTE COMMANDER (RM-Y802)
4-978-977-01 BATTERY COVER FOR RM-Y802
SAT-B55 ONLY
1-475-342-11 REMOTE COMMANDER (RM-Y139)
9-973-375-01 BATTERY COVER FOR RM-Y139
— 47 —
SAT-A55/B55
NOTES:
— 48 —
SAT-A55/B55
— 49 —
Sony Corporation
9-965-880-01
Sony Technology Center
Product Quality Division
Service Promotion Department
English
2000AJ74032-1
Printed in U.S.A.
2000.1
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