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CRT COLOR TV SET
21CTU93BC
SERVICE MANUAL
AKAI 21CTU93BC
This manual is the latest at the time of printing, and does not
include the modification which may be made after the printing, by
the constant improvement of product
- Content ......................................................................................................................... 2
- Bill of Materials ............................................................................................................. 3
- Safety Precautions ....................................................................................................... 7
- TV Block Diagram ......................................................................................................... 8
- Replacement Of Memory IC ......................................................................................... 10
- Service Adjustment ...................................................................................................... 10
- ICs Functional Description .......................................................................................... 18
- Test point Waveforms .................................................................................................. 22
- Purity / Convergence Adjustment ............................................................................... 23
- Explore View Diagram .................................................................................................. 25
SER DESCRIPTION
CABLE & SOCKET
1
AV6-14
2
CH5B-2.5-2DY
3
CH5B-2.5-4DY
4
CH5B-2.5-5DY
5
CH7-10-1DY
6
CH7-10-2DY
7
CH7-8-10-4DY
8
CH9-2.5-2DY-400-CH5B-W (卧式)
9
CH9-2.5-4DY-400-CH5B-4W(卧式)(带屏蔽)
10
CH9-2.5-4DY-450-CH5B
11
CH9-2.5-4DY-550-CH5B
12
CH9-2.5-5DY-500-CH5B
13
H03VVH2-F0.75mmX2C (250MM) short power cord
14
Power cord (2200mm )
15
RCA-106A (red)
16
RCA-106A (white)
17
RCA-106A (yellow)
CARBON RESISTOR
18
RT-1/2W-1KΩ-J
19
RT-1/2W-220KΩ-J
20
RT-1/2W-220Ω-J
21
RT-1/2W-22KΩ-J
22
RT-1/4W-1.8KΩ-J
23
RT-1/4W-150Ω-J
24
RT-1/4W-1KΩ-J
25
RT-1/4W-1Ω-J
26
RT-1/4W-2.2Ω-J
27
RT-1/4W-2.7KΩ-J
28
RT-1/4W-220KΩ-J
29
RT-1/4W-27Ω-J
30
RT-1/4W-33Ω-J
31
RT-1/4W-8.2Ω-J
32
RT-1/4W-82Ω-J
33
RT-1/6W-1.2KΩ-J
34
RT-1/6W-1.5KΩ-J
35
RT-1/6W-1.8KΩ-J
36
RT-1/6W-100KΩ-J
QTY PCB NO.
1
3
4
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
XS801
XS601
XS403
XS201
K9N
XS501
XS402
XS701
XS702
XP902
PA102
XP901
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
2
5
XS602
XS703
XS702
XS704
XS804
R303
R554
R111
R714
R211
R815
R716
R208
R715
R576
R817
R802
R209
R823
R602
R821
R837
R210
R824
R611
R836
R212
R825
R612
R912
R306
R826
R614
R922
R307
R838
R702
R932A
R710
R711
R723
R811
R700
R609
R558
R820
R610
R565
R822
R566
R573
R713
R730
R803
R805
R816
R806
R913
R923
R933
R718
R719
R721
R727
C613
C701
C711
XS502
AV3
AV2
AV1
37
RT-1/6W-100Ω-J
18
38
RT-1/6W-10KΩ-J
18
39
40
41
RT-1/6W-12KΩ-J
RT-1/6W-150KΩ-J
RT-1/6W-15KΩ-J
1
2
3
42
RT-1/6W-1KΩ-J
13
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
RT-1/6W-2.7KΩ-J
RT-1/6W-220KΩ-J
RT-1/6W-220Ω-J
RT-1/6W-22KΩ-J
RT-1/6W-27KΩ-J
RT-1/6W-3.3KΩ-J
RT-1/6W-3.9KΩ-J
RT-1/6W-330Ω-J
RT-1/6W-33KΩ-J
RT-1/6W-390Ω-J
RT-1/6W-39KΩ-J
RT-1/6W-39Ω-J
RT-1/6W-3KΩ-J
1
2
6
2
2
3
1
3
2
1
4
1
1
56
RT-1/6W-4.7KΩ-J
13
57
RT-1/6W-4.7Ω-J
58
RT-1/6W-470Ω-J
59
RT-1/6W-47KΩ-J
60
RT-1/6W-47Ω-J
61
RT-1/6W-5.1KΩ-J
62
RT-1/6W-680Ω-J
63
RT-1/6W-8.2KΩ-J
CERAMIC CAPACITOR
64
CT-1KV-1000pF-K(湿封装)
65
CT-2KV-1000pF-K
66
CT-2KV-471pF-K
67
CT-2KV-680pF-K
68
CT-500V-1000pF-K
69
CT-500V-3900pF-K
70
CT-63V-0.01uF-Z
71
CT-63V-0.1uF-K
72
CT-63V-1000pF-J
73
CT-63V-220pF-J
74
CT-63V-390pF-J
75
CT-63V-560pF-J
76
CT7-2E4-400VAC-3300pF-M
1
6
3
6
1
3
1
R403
R501
R564
R487
R507
R575
R406
R302
R304A
R508
R401
R720
L201
R511
R562
R105
R706
R301
R313
R110
R712
R109
R812
R207
R605
R725
R553
R818
R705
R407
R101
R706
R402
R613
R704
R916A
R205
R201
R204
R103
R559
R104
R728
R217
R102
R106
R911
R414
R202
R702
2
1
1
2
1
2
9
5
6
3
3
1
1
C504
C943
C553
C513
C452
C451
C104
C220
C202
C313
C921
C225
C517
R457
R940
R226
R309
R221
R701
R703
R704
R926
R705
R936
R222
R604
R603
R108
R703
R213
R719A
R311
R707
R709
R218
R726
R914
R219
R606
R916
R220
R312
R807
R924
R932
R934
R707
R719B
C216
C707
C206
C569
C713
C213
C612
C505
C511
C510
C105
C222
C203
C702
C931
C106
C223
C205
C703
C911
C214
SER DESCRIPTION
COIL, IN,LF,TFM
77
130-208-0011
78
3.0mH
79
BCK-42-09936
80
JBC-184-EI19/YDD-EI19
81
JLC/YDD-600µH
82
JLC-128-23µH
83
LG0307-1.2UH-K
84
LG0307-10UH-K
85
YDD-UF16/JLF-98-UF16
DIODE
86
BAV21
87
FR107
88
FR154
89
FR157
90
FR305/RU4C
91
FR309/RU4DS
92
HER154/HER204
93
HER204
94
IN4148
95
IN5399/RL207
96
RU4A /RU4AM
ELECTROLYTE CAPACITOR
97
CD110-160V-100UF-M
98
CD110-16V-100UF-M
99
CD110-16V-10UF-M
100
CD110-16V-220UF-M
101
CD110-16V-470UF-M
102
CD110-16V-47UF-M
103
CD110-250V-10UF-M
104
CD110-25V-470UF-M
105
CD110-35V-100UF-M
106
CD110-35V-470UF-M
107
CD110-35V-47UF-M
108
CD110-50V-0.22UF-M
109
CD110-50V-1UF-M
110
CD110-50V-4.7UF-M
111
CD288H-250V-10UF-M
112
CD293-400V-150UF-M
113
CD71-50V-10µF-M
FBT
114
BSC25-0226Q
GLASS ENAMEL RESISTOR
115
RI-1/2W-12MΩ-K
HEATSINK
116
HS-EW04-60
117
HS-PH01-50
118
HS-PW01-50
119
HS-VS02-70
120
HS-WS03-40
INTEGRATE CIRCUIT
121
5Q0765RF
122
AT24C08/ATMEL24C08
123
PC817B/LTV-817/817B
124
STV9325/STV8172A
125
TC4052/HEF4052BP
126
TDA11136
127
TDA7266SA
128
TL431
129
UPC574/KA33V
JUMPERS
QTY PCB NO.
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
6
1
L405
L404
T501
T451
L311
L441
L101
L202
L501
3
3
2
1
2
1
1
3
8
4
1
D912
D301
D510
D462
D452
D451
D553
D552
D404
D501
D551
2
5
1
4
6
1
5
1
1
2
2
5
1
1
1
1
C403
C208
C101
C802
C816
C211
C566
C563
C459
C314
C304
C305
C401
C607
C218
C561
C402
C507
C312
1
T401
1
R514
1
1
1
1
1
V303
V451
N502
N301
N601
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
N502
N701
N501
N301
N801
N201
N601
V551
N561
21
W214
W701
L901
W502
W551
W406
W104
W101
W210
W603
D931
130
10MM
21
131
132
133
134
12.5MM
15MM
17.5MM
5MM
10
3
2
4
135
7.5MM
31
LED(red)
1
LED4
BXGJ-1
GZS10-108C
KDVF38.9H/F38.9H/LBN38.9H
PG-238 (INFRARED RECEIVER)
T3.15A250V-AC
X24.576M/T24.576M
2
1
1
1
1
1
F501
XS902
Z101
RE
F501
G701
LED
136
OTHER
137
138
139
140
141
142
L203
L701
D922
D302
D513
D932
D401
L702
L703
L704
D559
D554
D461
D502
D555
D516
D503
D558
D504
D565
D566
D601
D701
C551
C219
C108
C804
C221
C102
C805
C224
C103
C806
C568
C204
C807
C217
C808
C708
C809
C603
C813
C710
C814
C801
C815
C567
C564
C609
C565
C803
C709
C712
C701
C315
C555
C556
C601
C508
C608
C611
C605
C810
C811
W216
W702
W402
W704
W504
W712
W505
W801
W509
W802
W510
W803
W563
W804
W591
W805
W602
W806
W205
R513
W405
W215
W102
W211
W604
W204
R568
W561
W593
W606
W709
W714
L301
L403
C453
W103
W212
W605
W807
W201
W403
W708
W202
W503
W710
W203
W506
W713
W206
W512
D557
W207
W513
R319
W208
W552
D911
W209
W601
D921
SER DESCRIPTION
143
贴于场IC
144
贴于电源管
OXIDE FILM RESISTOR
145
RF-2W-1.5Ω-J
146
RY-1/2W-120KΩ-J
147
RY-1/2W-2.7KΩ-J
148
RY-1/6W-39K-G
149
RY-1W-180Ω-J
150
RY-1W-1KΩ-J
151
RY-1W-1Ω-J
152
RY-2W-0.47Ω-J
153
RY-2W-12KΩ-J
154
RY-2W-15KΩ-J
155
RY-2W-2.2Ω-J
156
RY-2W-270Ω-J
157
RY-2W-4.7Ω-J
158
RY-2W-47KΩ-J
159
RY-2W-5.6Ω-J
160
RY-2W-8.2Ω-J
PCB
161
IU-2103KY-001
162
IU-2103RE-001
163
IVPH-002/21 ver1.1
164
JS02-3AV-14 VER1.2
POLYESTER CAPACITOR
165
CL11-100V-0.0047uF-K
166
CL11-100V-0.0068uF-K
167
CL11-100V-0.015uF-K
168
CL11-100V-0.033uF-K
169
CL11-100V-0.047uF-K
170
CL11-100V-0.1uF-K
POLYPROPYLENE CAPACITOR
171
CBB21-250V-0.22uF-J
172
CBB21-400V-0.3uF-K
173
CBB21-630V-0.027uF-K
174
CBB21-630V-0.068uF-J
175
CBB23A-250VAC-0.1µF-M
176
CBB81-1.6KV-2200PF-K
177
CBB81-1.6KV-8200pF-K
178
CBB81-1.6KV-9100PF-K
179
CL21X-63V-0.15uF-K
POWER SWITCH
180
KDC-A04-001S
PTC & NTC THERMISTOR
181
8D-11
182
MZ73-9Ω(3脚)
SCREWS
183
2.0 X 3.5MM
184
2.3 X 3.5MM
185
TR 3×10 (with pad)
186
TR 3×10 (without pad)
TACT SWITCH
187
KFC-A06-P5
TRIODE
188
2SA1015-Y
189
2SC1674
190
2SC1815-Y
191
2SC2383
192
2SC2482
193
2SC5296
194
A940
195
BF421/BF423
TUNER
196
EWE-5053-V8/ET-5K1E-EV100K
VARIABLE RESISTOR
197
W206-2AL20KΩ-K
ZENER DIODE
198
MTZJ3V3/3C2
199
MTZJ3V6/4A2
200
MTZJ5V1/5C2
201
MTZJ5V6/6B1
202
MTZJ8V2
203
MTZJ8V2/9A2
204
MTZJ8V7/9B2
CE STANDARD COMPONENT
SER DESCRIPTION
CERAMIC CAPACITOR
1
CT-1KV-1000pF-K(湿封装)
2
CT7-2E4-400VAC-2200pF-M
3
CT7-2E4-400VAC-3300pF-M
COIL, IN,LF,TFM
QTY PCB NO.
1
1
1
3
3
1
1
1
1
1
3
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
R451
R503
R918
R206
R305
R404
R304
R601
R915
R569
R561
R454
R567
R512
R317
R571
R504
R928
R555
R938
R925
R935
C519
C310
C209
C559
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
3
2
8
C522
C215
C301
C404
C302
C201
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
C461
C460
C457
C462
C501
C454
C456
C455
C207
C303
C458
C704
C705
SW4
SW5
SW6
V311
V565
V562
V602
C706
C520
V702
V801
1
1
1
R502
RT501
9
2
3
3
L441(短孔 T501(4)
C507(2)
V303
N601(2)
N301
N502
V451
6
SW1
SW2
SW3
3
1
9
4
3
1
1
3
V563
V101
V201
V401
V911
V451
V303
V913
V601
V803
V202
V561
V921
V203
V564
V931
V923
V933
1
A101
1
RP551
1
1
2
2
1
1
1
D703
D509
D801
D567
D941
D402
D561
D802
D564
QTY PCB NO.
+2
+2
-1
C503
C515
C517
C506
C516
T401(3)
V802
SER DESCRIPTION
4
F22-22R0-031000/JLF-148-ET24
5
YDD-UF16/JLF-98-UF16
JUMPERS
6
10MM
POLYPROPYLENE CAPACITOR
7
CBB23A-250VAC-0.1µF-M
8
CBB23A-250VAC-0.1µF-M
9
CBB23A-250VAC-0.22µF-M
QTY PCB NO.
+2 L501
L502
-1
L501
-2
W509
W510
-1
+1
+2
C501
C512
C501
C502
.
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
1.
The design of this product contains special hardware, many
circuits and components specially for safety purposes. For
continued protection, no changes should be made to the
original design unless authorized in writing by the
manufacturer. Replacement parts must be identical to those
used in the original circuits. Service should be performed by
qualified personnel only.
2.
Alterations of the design or circuitry of the products should
not be made. Any design alterations or additions will void
the manufacturer’s warranty and will further relieve the
manufacturer of responsibility for personal injury or property
damage resulting therefrom.
3.
Many electrical and mechanical parts in the products have
special safety-related characteristics. These characteristics
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 the parts list of
Service manual. Electrical components having such
features are identified by shading on the schematics
and by ( ! ) on the parts list in Service manual. The use
of a substitute replacement which does not have the same
safety characteristics as the recommended replacement
part shown in the parts list of Service manual may cause
shock, fire, or other hazards
4.
Don’t short between the LIVE side ground and
ISOLATED (NEUTRAL) side ground or EARTH side
ground when repairing. Some model’s power circuit is
partly different in the GND. The difference of the GND is
shown by the LIVE: ( ) side GND, ISOLATED (NEUTRAL) :
( ) side GND and EARTH : (
) side GND. Don’t short
between the LIVE side GND and ISOLATED (NEUTRAL)
side GND or EARTH side GND and never measure with a
measuring apparatus (oscilloscope etc.) the LIVE side GND
and ISOLATED (NEUTRAL) side GND or EARTH side GND
at the same time. If above note will not be kept, a fuse or
any parts will be broken.
5.
If any repair has been made to the chassis, it is
recommended that the B1 setting should be checked or
adjusted (See ADJUSTMENT OF B1 POWER SUPPLY).
6.
The high voltage applied to the picture tube must conform
with that specified in Service manual. Excessive high
voltage can cause an increase in X-Ray emission, arcing
and possible component damage, therefore operation under
excessive high voltage conditions should be kept to a
minimum, or should be prevented. If severe arcing occurs,
remove the AC power immediately and determine the cause
by visual inspection (incorrect installation, cracked or melted
high voltage harness, poor soldering, etc.). To maintain the
proper minimum level of soft X-Ray emission, components
in the high voltage circuitry including the picture tube must
be the exact replacements or alternatives approved by the
manufacturer of the complete product.
7.
Do not check high voltage by drawing an arc. Use a high
voltage meter or a high voltage probe with a VTVM.
Discharge the picture tube before attempting meter
connection, by connecting a clip lead to the ground frame
and connecting the other end of the lead through a 10kΩ
2W resitor to the anode button.
8.
When service is required, observe the original lead dress.
Extra precaution should be given to assure correct lead
dress in the high voltage circuit area. Where a short circuit
has occurred, those components that indicate evidence of
overheating should be replaced. Always use the
manufacturer’s replacement components.
9.
10. Isolation Check
(Safety for Electrical Shock Hazard)
After re-assembling the product, always perform an isolation
check on the exposed metal parts of the cabinet (antenna
terminals, video/audio input and output terminals, Control
knobs, metal cabinet, screwheads, earphone jack, control
shafts, etc.) to be sure the product is safe to operate without
danger of electrical shock.
11. The surface of the TV screen is coated with a thin film which
can easily be damaged. Be very careful with it when handle
the TV. Should the TV screen become soiled, wipe it with a
soft dry cloth. Never rub it forcefully. Never use any cleaner
or detergent on it.
(1)
(2)
7
Dielectric Strength Test
The isolation between the AC primary circuit and all metal
parts exposed to the user, particularly any exposed metal
part having a return path to the chassis should withstand a
voltage of 3000V AC (r.m.s.) for a period of one second.
(…Withstand a voltage of 1100V AC (r.m.s.) to an appliance
rated up to 120V, and 3000V AC (r.m.s.) to an appliance
rated 200V or more, for a periode of one second.)
This method of test requires a test equipment not generally
found in the service trade.
Leakage Current Check
Plug the AC line cord directly into the AC outlet (do not use
a line isolation transformer during this check.). Using a
“Leakage Current Tester”, measure the leakage current
from each exposed metal part of the cabinet, particularly
any exposed metal part having a return path to the chassis,
to a known good earth ground (water pipe, etc.). Any
leakage current must not exceed 0.5mA AC (r.m.s.).
However, in tropical area, this must not exceed 0.2mA AC
(r.m.s.).
●Alternate Check Method
Plug the AC line cord directly into the AC outlet ( do not use
a line isolation transformer during this check.). Use an AC
voltmeter having 1000 ohms per volt or more sensitivity in
the following manner. Connect a 1500 Ω 10W resistor
paralleled by a 0.15 μ F AC-type capacitor between an
exposed metal part and a known good earth ground (water
pipe, etc.). Measure the AC voltage across the resistor with
the AC voltmeter. Move the resistor connection to each
exposed metal part, particularly any exposed metal part
having a return path to the chassis, and measure the AC
voltage across the resistor. Now, reverse the plug in the AC
outlet and repeat each measurement. Any voltage
measured must not exceed 0.75V AC (r.m.s.). This
corresponds to 0.5mA AC (r.m.s.).
However, in tropical area, this must not exceed 0.3V AC
(r.m.s.).
This corresponds to 0.2mA AC (r.m.s.)
.
TV Block diagram
TDA11105-XXXX
Vo
video
TUNER
SAW
IF IN
R IN
R
RF AGC
GIN
G
B IN
B
C
video
video
CHROMA
AR i1
4052
VIDEO
CVBS/Y IN
ALi 1
Video IN
CVBS1 IN
CVBS2 IN
24C08
bus
SDA
SCL
MAOUTR
MAOUTL
ARo
ALo
ARi 2
MA IN L
MA IN R
ALi 2
RGB OUT
H OUT
V OUT
video
V2i
ALi2
audio
audio
ALi1
8V
AN17821
130V
24V
POWER
UNIT
+13V
audio
V IN
H IN
TDA8177
H OUT
V OUT
H OUT
-13V
8V
200V
CRT PCB
CRT
SCREEN
FOCUS
5V
3.3V
DY
8
Vi1
OUT1OUT1+
Vi2
OUT2OUT2+
.
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REPLACEMENT OF MEMORY IC
1. MEMORY IC.
This TV uses memory IC. In the memory IC are memorized data for correctly operating the video and
deflection circuits.
When replacing memory IC, be sure to use IC written with the initial value of data.
2. PROCEDURE FOR REPLACING MEMORY IC
(1) Power off
Switch the power off and unplug the power cord from AC outlet.
(2) Replace IC
Be sure to use memory IC written with the initial data values.
(3) Power On
Plug the power cord into the AC outlet and switch the power On.
(4) Check and set SYSTEM default value:
3. Note: enter a factory mode method
1) Factory remote control: Press the factory remote control up [PRESET], press again[TEST]key,
appear on the television screen 'M'.
2) Customer remote control
3)
Press [menu] key, appear the picture menu, press few character keys 6483, the screen
appears M.
4) Press [standby] key, withdraw factory mode.
5) The “TEST” will be displayed on the screen.
6) Check the setting value of the SYSTEM default value of Table below. If the value is different,
select items by [CH+]/[CH-] keys and set value by [VOL+]/[VOL-] keys.
7) Press “STANDBY” key again and return to the normal screen.
SERVICE ADJUSTMENT
B1 POWER SUPPLY
1. Receive normal colour bar signal.
2. Connect DC voltmeter to VD541- and isolated ground.
3. Adjust potentiometer in power unit to get the voltage as 110V ±1.0V for 21 inch hereinafter,
130 ±1.0V for 25 inch upwards.
FOCUS ADJUSTMENT
1. Receive a crosshatch signal.
2. While watching the screen, adjust the FOCUS VR to make the vertical and horizontal lines as fine and
sharp as possible.
BUS CONTROL ADJUSTMENT
To enter BUS control mode, Press “TEST” key on the Remote control unit of factory. (Customer remote
control press "MENU" key behind in a row press"6""4""8""3")
Choose a "SETUP SELECT" options in"M2" menu, one by one in order press the numerical key"6, 4, 8 and 3",
press "MUTE" key again can depend on this get into "M3"~"M9" of design menu, general factory the
10
production doesn't need to carry on M 3~ adjustments of M9.
In "M0"~under"M9" appearance press” CALL” the key can get into "M" appearance.
At “M”under the appearance press “-/-“ the key can get into “BUS OPEN” appearance, at “BUS OPEN under,
press “-/-“ the key recover factory appearance.
Remote Hand Unit keys
[M1]
[M2]
[M3]
c
d
e
f
i
g
j
[M0]
b
h
k
Horizontal line
Shado
[M1] menu
MENU0 Geometrical adjustment
Receive PAL standard Complete pattern signal.
Adjustment steps:
a) Adjust V. SLOPE, to the center horizontal line just appeare from half bottom shadow.
b) Adjust V. SIZE, to get 90% of vertical picture contents would be displayed on CRT.
c) Adjust V. SHIFT, the center horizontal line correspond to CRT vertical center.
d) Adjust H.SHIFT, to get the picture horizontal center correspond to CRT horizontal center.
Receive NTSC signal and repeat above [M0] and [M1] adjustment.
[M2] Menu
AGC Adjustment.
Receive 60dBμ(1mV)VH colour bar pattern signal,adjust AGC value(voltage from high to low),to noise
reduce gradually and just disappeared point.
Select “shipping”, push [V+] [V-]key to be shipped.
[M3] Menu
CRTcut off and white balance adjustment.
Receive white signal.
a) CRT cut off adjustment.
1. Select “SC”, then automatically vertical scan will be stopped.
2. Adjust SCREEN control on Flyback transformer to get the darkest single horizontal line (red,
green, or blue, sometimes shows more yellow, more purple or more white).
b) White balance adjustment.
1. Select RD/BD menu.
2. Adjust RD/BD to get colour temperature as x=281, y=311
c) Sub-Brightness adjustment. (Use stair case signal)
1. Select SB menu.
2. Adjust SB to get the darkest step being cutoff.
11
a
I2C standard UOC for export bus control adjustment item default setting
MI
Items
M0
Variable
50HZ
60HZ
V. LOPE
63
+/-32
V. SIZE
63
V. SC
2007-12-05
Preset
recommendation
50HZ
60HZ
Picture vertical center adjustment
35
-01
+/-32
Vertical amplitude adjustment
20
+02
63
+/-32
Vertical S Correction Adjustment
25
-01
V.LINE
63
+/-32
Vertical positions adjustment
18
+02
V.SCR
63
+/-32
Vertical S Correction R
32
-01
+/-32
Horizontal position adjustment
40
0
H.PSASE
15
EW.W
63
+/-32
Horizontal amplitude adjustment
55
0
EW.PW
63
+/-32
E/W amplitude adjustment
29
0
EW.TC
63
+/-32
Picture trapezoid adjustment
31
0
EW.UCP
63
+/-32
Picture top Cape adjustment
48
0
EW.LCP
63
+/-32
Picture bottom Cape adjustment
45
0
H.BOW
63
+/-32
Picture bow form adjustment
30
0
H.PAR
63
+/-32
Picture parallelogram adjustment
31
0
H.BLK.SW
M1
ON/OFF
Horizontal blank switch
ON
TV /DVD
CL
0~15
Contrast level offset
13
BLOC
0~15
Black level offset course
6
R.BIA
0~63
R OUT Amplitude Adjustment
32
G.BIA
0~63
32
G OUT Amplitude Adjustment
32
-6
B.BIA
0~63
B OUT Amplitude Adjustment
32
R.DRV
0~63
R OUT Amplitude Adjustment
32
G.DRV
0~63
G OUT Amplitude Adjustment
32
B.DRV
0~63
B OUT Amplitude Adjustment
32
SUB BRT
0~63
Brightness of screen line
32
VSD
0~1
Vertical Ramp Out Stop Selection
TEST.S
0~5
M2
50HZ
RF AGC
OSD.V.POS
60HZ
0~63
0~63
0~63
32 Tuner AGC Takeover Point Adjustment
Vertical position of OSD
13
13
OSD.H.POS
0~63
Horizital position of OSD
13
OSD BRT
0~15
OSD brightness
15
SETUP SELECT
0~1
Select 1, press the MUTE key to M 3~ M9
SUB CONT
0~63
Sub contrast
63
SUB COLOR
0~63
Sub colour
63
SUB SHARP
0~63
Sub sharpness
63
SUB TINT
0~63
Sub tint
32
SHIPPING
M3
12
BTC
0~63
COF
0~1
32
Cut-off control range
1
0:normal control range 1:extended control range
M4
CHINESE
ON/OFF
OSD language selection
ON
THAI
ON/OFF
OSD language selection
ON
VIETNAM
ON/OFF
OSD language selection
ON
INDONESIA
ON/OFF
OSD language selection
ON
ARABIC
ON/OFF
OSD language selection
ON
VA
0~3
Vercital amplitude
0
VAI
0~1
System I output signal amplitude correction 0:no
1
correction 1:amplitude + 12%
CBS
0~1
Control sequence of beam current limiting 0:normal
operation(contrast—brightness)
1:control
1
on
contrast and brightness in parallel
COR
0~1
Video dependent coring(peaking)
0
0:off 1:coring active between 0 and 20 IRE
RPA
0~3
Ratio pre-and aftershoot
2
RPO
0~3
Ratio of positive and negative peaks
2
TCI2X
0~1
Top sync clamp current of the CVBS/Y input clamp
0
0: clamp current about 80 uA 1: clamp current
about 160 uA
BKS
ON/OFF
Baack stretch
ON
BSD
0~1
Black stretch Depth 0:15IRE 1:30 IRE
0
AAS
0~3
Black area to switch off the black stretch
0
PWL
0~1
Peak white limiting 0:peak white limiting circuit not
active 1:peak white limiting circuit active
SOC
0~1
Soft clip adjust
0
PWLDAC
0~15
Peak white adjust
2
CHSE
0~15
Color degree identifies an intelligent degree
2
TFR
0~1
Transfer ratio
0
0:no black level shift due to video content
1:black level shift 10 IRE for a white picture
M5
DSK
0~1
Dynamic skin control on/off
0:off 1:on
0
DSA
0~1
Dynamic skin tone angle
0:123 1:117
0
WS
0~1
BLS
0~1
S.IDENT
ON/OFF
IF
0
Blue stretch mode
0:off 1:on
S-VIDEO Identify switch
Vision IF of RF (38/38.9/45.75/58.75) MHZ
0
ON
38.9MHZ
OIF
0~15
IF compensate
8
FFI
0~1
Fast filter IF -PLL
0
AGCS
0~3
AGC speed
1
13
DCXO
0~3
Crystal load electric capacity compensate
2
FSL
0~1
Forced slicing level for vertical sync
0
SSL
0~1
Slicing level for horizontal sync separator 0:50%
0
1:30%,direction top sync
GD
0~1
Group delay on CVBSI signal 0:no group delay
0
correction 1: group delay correction switched on
HP2
0~1
AKB
ON/OFF
DFL
0~1
Sync hronization of OSD/TEXT display
0
Black current stabilization
OFF
Disable flash protection from deflection timer
0
0:restart horizontal output,after flash protection,via
slow start 1: restart horizontal output,after flash
protection,with typical duty-cycle
XDT
0~1
x-ray detection on/off
0
FBC
0~1
Fixed beam current switch off
0
ODT
0~1
FBC1
0~1
0
0
Fixed beam curuent during switch off
0:fixed beam current is 1 mA
1:fixed beam current is 2 mA
FSPS
0~1
Selection of left or right hand side in split-Screen
0
mode
FSPB
0~1
Blanking in split-screen mode
0
FSPE
0~1
Enable split-screen mode for demonstration of
0
features
HCO
0~1
EHT tracking mode
0
OSVE
0~1
Black current measuring lines in overscan(for
0
vertical zoom setting<1)
M6
EVB
0~1
Extended vertical blanking
0
IFS.RED
0~1
IF Intelligent degree
1
PWM.VOL
ON/OFF
CLF
0~1
OFF
Selection internal clamp speed 0:clamp slow
0
1:clamp 6 times faster
BPB
0~1
Enable bypass of sound bandpass filter at mono
mode
0:sound
bandpass
active
for
0
mono
demodulator 1:sound bandpass filter bypassed
BPB2
0~1
Bypass
sound
bandpass
filter
section
2
0
0:bandpass filter active 1:bandpass filter bypassed
FMWS
0~3
Window select for FM demodulator
0
AGN
0~1
Gain FM demodulator 0:normal operation 1:gain +6
1
dB
AGNE
0~3
AVL
ON/OFF
AVLE
0~1
FM sound demodulator outopt signal amplitude
Auto volume levelling
AVL function on East-West output pin
14
1
OFF
0
DSGLS
0~1
Extra gain selection loudspeaker outputs 0:+0 Db
0
1:+6 Db
M7
NRR
0~1
No red reduction during blue stretch
0
AMLOW
0~1
Audio output signal for AM sound
0
GSSIF
0~1
Extra gain-range SSIF for AM demodulation
0
V.P1
0~100
V.P1 volume of VALUE
10
V.P25
0~100
V.P25 volume of VALUE
45
V.P50
0~100
V.P50 volume of VALUE
70
V.P75
0~100
V.P75 volume of VALUE
85
ON DL
0~16
On delay time
3
OFF DL
0~7
Off delay time
1
ON/OFF MODE
0~1
NAT
0
N-USA/PAL N-JPN/PAL N-USA/PAL PAL MAT
ACL
0~1
Automatic color limiting 0:not active 1:active
0
CB
0~1
Chroma bandpass center frequency
0
SBO
0~1
SECAM B-Y blank level offset adjustment
0
BPS
0~1
Bypass of chroma base-band delay line 0:active
0
1:bypassed
FCO
0~1
Forced Color-on 0:on 1:off
0
DTR
0~1
Chroma trap mode
0
0:single chroma trap
1:dual chroma trap,more suppression but less
bandwidth
Y.P
0~15
Y-delay adjustment for PAL signal
8
Y.N
0~15
Y-delay adjustment for NTSC signal
8
Y.AV
0~15
Y-delay adjustment for PAL signal in AV mode
8
Y.SVHS
0~15
Y-delay adjustment for PAL signal in S-video mode
8
PF.P
0~3
PAL Center frequency with postpone adjust
0
PF.N
0~3
NTSC Center frequency with postpone adjust
0
PF.AV
0~3
AV Center frequency with postpone adjust
0
C.PHI.1
M8
S.BRT
0~100
Standard Brightness in pp mode
50
S.CONT
0~100
Standard Contrast in pp mode
75
S.COLOR
0~100
Standard Color in pp mode
50
S.SHARP
0~100
StandardSharpness in pp mode
50
D.BRT
0~100
dynamic Brightness in pp mode
75
D.CONT
0~100
dynamic Contrast in pp mode
100
D.COLOR
0~100
dynamic Color in pp mode
75
D.SHARP
0~100
dynamicSharpness in pp mode
75
M.BRT
0~100
mild Brightness in pp mode
40
M.CONT
0~100
mild Contrast in pp mode
40
15
M9
M.COLOR
0~100
mild Color in pp mode
40
M.SHARP
0~100
mildSharpness in pp mode
40
W.BRT
0~100
factory adjusts Brightness
50
W.CONT
0~100
factory adjusts Contrast
75
W.COLOR
0~100
factory adjusts Color
0
SC BRT
0~100
Subsidiary Bright Adjustment
50
COOL
0~63
Cool color adjustment
8
WARM
0~63
Warm color adjustment
8
AV2
ON/OFF
AV2 selection
ON
SVHS
ON/OFF
S-VIDEO selection
ON
DVD
ON/OFF
DVD(Y U V) selection
ON
AUTO SOUND
ON/OFF
Auto sound system as auto search
ON
BG
ON/OFF
Sound system of 6.0M selecting
ON
I
ON/OFF
Sound system of 5.5M selecting
ON
M
ON/OFF
Sound system of 4.5M selecting
ON
DK
ON/OFF
Sound system of 6.5M selecting
ON
SIF PRI
ON/OFF
Force sound system as auto search
ON
POWER REST
0~3
BANLANCE
ON/OFF
AV stereo selection (ON:AV STEREO OFF:MONO)
OFF
HALFTONE
ON/OFF
Half tone select
OFF
MENU BG
ON/OFF
Menu background selection
OFF
IR OPT
SANYO/NEC
Remote control selection
SANYO
KEY OPT
SANYO/MEK
KEY BOARD selection
SANYO
CURTAIN
0~2
LOGO
ON/OFF
Logo selection
OFF
TILT
ON/OFF
TILT selection
ON
ASM OPT
0~1
V.MUTE P.OFF
ON/0~7
1
AC power on start selection
CURTAIN selection
2
Search speed selection
1
Select whether cutoff RGB ouput from solution
ON
whlie power off
KEY BOARD: multiple-choice test(0/1)
0: Control keys input (Max. Limit voltage) ---(MEK KEY BOARD)
Function
POWER
MENU
TV/AV
V-
V+
P-
P+
Voltage
0
0.4125
0.825
1.2375
1.65
2.0625
2.475
1: Control keys input (Max. Limit voltage) –(SANYO KEY BOARD)
Function
Voltage
POWER
MENU
TV/AV
V-
V+
P-
P+
2.2
1.75
0.85
1.3
0.4
0.0
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4 , LOGO EDIT
This software LOGO is a pair of pleased words and customer to edit 2 kinds, at the M_MODE, long
press[P.P]the key can get into a pair of pleased words editor appearance.
( Operate
Press[1]/[2] keys: The LOGO perpendicular position adjust, [1] adjusts upward, [2] get down
adjustment;
Press[3]/[4] keys: The LOGO level position adjust, [3] is to the left adjustment, [4] rightwards adjusts;
Press[REVIEW]key: Withdraw LOGO editor appearance, the LOGO information remembers EEPROM and
return to M_MODE;
Press again[MENU]the key can get into and can edit LOGO appearance.
( Operate
Press[1]/[2] keys: The LOGO perpendicular position adjust, [1] adjusts upward, [2] get down
adjustment;
Press[3]/[4] keys: The LOGO level position adjust, [3] is to the left adjustment, [4] rightwards adjusts;
Press[5]/[6] keys: The color choice of the LOGO character list, [5] regulate the first color, [6] regulate the
second color;
Press[7]/[8] keys: The LOGO character list size adjust, [7] regulate the first size, [8] regulate the second size;
Press[0] keys:Delete the letter of alphabet of importation
Press[(]/[(]key: The LOGO character list choose(0~9;A~Z;a~z; ":.+-*/@", SPACE);
Press[(]/[(]key: Move cursor;
Press[REVIEW]key: Withdraw LOGO editor appearance, the LOGO information remembers EEPROM and
return to M_MODE;
5. The ZOOM adjust.
At the M_MODE, press[ZOOM]key: Press when screen showed "ZOOM" or"16:9"[VOL+]/[VOL-]the key
regulated ZOOM/16:9 of field.
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ICs functional description
UOC TDA11105-XXXX/TDA11106-XXXX
SYMBOL
PIN
DESCRIPTION
IF VO
1
IF video output / selected CVBS output
VP2
2
2ND Supply voltage TV processor(+5v)
VCC AUDIO
3
8 volt supply for audio switches(+5V~8V)
PLL IF
4
IF-PLL loop filter
GND2
5
Gaound 2 for TV processor
DECSDEM
6
decoupling sound demodulator or SIF input 2
FMDEMOUT
7
audio output /AM audio output (volume controlled)
EHTO
8
EHT/overvoltage protection input
AGC
9
Tuner AGC output
IREF
10
Reference current input
VSC
11
Vertical sawtooth capacitor
IF IN2
12
IF input 1
IF IN1
13
IF input 2
VDRA
14
Vertical drive A output
VDRB
15
Vertical drive B output
AVL/EW
16
Automatic volume leveling /EAST-WEST drive output
DECBG
17
Band gap decoupling
SECPLL
18
SECAM PLL decoupling
GND1
19
Ground 1 for TV-processor
PH1LF
20
Phase-1 filter
PH2LF
21
Phase-2 filter
VP1
22
1st supply voltage TV-processor(+5V)
DECDIG
23
decoupling digital supply of TV-processor
XTALOUT
24
crystal oscillator output
XTALIN
25
crystal oscillator input
IR
26
Remote control signal input.
MUTE
27
Sound mute output
TILT/UHF
28
KEY
29
Control keys input *3
BAND2
30
Tuner Band selection output
BAND1
31
Tuner Band selection output
TUNING
32
tuning Voltage (Vt) PWM output
VDDP
33
Supply to periphery-3.3V)
SDA
34
I2C-bus data line
SCL
35
I2C-bus clock line
AV1
36
TV/AV (AV1) / AV2 mode Control Output.
AV2
37
TV/AV (AV1) / AV2 mode Control Output.
STANDBY
38
In STAND BY mode, high level (Power OFF).For Power ON this pin will
be reduced to low.
50/60
39
18
VDDC
40
Supply(3.3V)
GND5
41
Ground 5
VPE
42
OPT programming Voltage
VDDA
43
Supply voltage(3.3V)
BOUT
44
Blue output
GOUT
45
Green output
ROUT
46
Red output
BLKIN
47
black current input / V-guard input
BCL IN
48
beam current limiter input
PB
49
B input / U (B-Y) input / PB input
Y3/CVBS3
50
G input / Y input
PR/C3
51
R input / V (R-Y) input / PR input
YOUT
52
Y-output(for YUV interface)
Y SYNC
53
Y-input for sync separator
VP3
54
Supply voltage(5V)
GND3
55
Ground connection
HOUT
56
Horizontal output
FBISO
57
Flyback input/sandcastle output
LSR
58
Audio output R
LSL
59
Audio output L
C2/C3/C4/AIN5R
60
S-VIDEO C IN
AIN3/IN1R
61
R AUDIO IN
CVBS2/Y2
62
AV2 VIDEO IN
AIN2/1INL
63
L AUDIO IN
CVBS/Y4/AIN5L
64
AV1 VIDEO IN
TDA7266SA
7W+7W DUAL BRIDGE AMPLIFIER
WIDE SUPPLY VOLTAGE RANGE (3.5-18V)
MINIMUM EXTERNAL COMPONENTS
– NO SWR CAPACITOR
TECHNOLOGY BI20II
– NO BOOTSTRAP
– NO BOUCHEROT CELLS
– INTERNALLY FIXED GAIN
STAND-BY & MUTE FUNCTIONS
SHORT CIRCUIT PROTECTION
CLIPWATT15
ORDERING NUMBER: TDA7266SA
THERMAL OVERLOAD PROTECTION
DESCRIPTION
The TDA7266SA is a dual bridge amplifier specially
designed for LCD Monitor, PC Motherboard, TV and
Portable Radio applications.
Pin to pin compatible with: TDA7266S, TDA7266,
TDA7266M, TDA7266MA, TDA7266B, TDA7297SA
& TDA7297.
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BLOCK AND APPLICATION DIAGRAM TDA7266SA
VCC
3
0.22µF
4
IN1
+
470µF
13
1
OUT1+
2
OUT1-
15
OUT2+
14
OUT2-
100nF
ST-BY
7
S-GND
0.22µF
IN2
9
-
Vref
+
12
+
-
MUTE
6
PW-GND
8
+
D94AU175B
ABSOLUTE MAXIMUM RATINGS
Symbol
Value
Unit
Vs
Supply Voltage
Parameter
20
V
IO
Output Peak Current (internally limited)
2
A
Ptot
Total Power Dissipation (Tamb = 70°C)
Top
Operating Temperature
Tstg, Tj
20
W
0 to 70
°C
-40 to 150
°C
Value
Unit
Typ = 1.8; Max. = 2.5
°C/W
48
°C/W
Storage and Junction Temperature
THERMAL DATA
Symbol
Parameter
Rth j-case
Thermal Resistance Junction-case
Rth j-amb
Thermal Resistance Junction-ambient
ELECTRICAL CHARACTERISTCS
(VCC = 11V, RL = 8Ω, f = 1KHz, Tamb = 25°C unless otherwise specified)
Symbol
VCC
Iq
Parameter
Test Condition
Supply Range
Typ.
Ma x.
Unit
3
11
18
V
50
65
mA
120
mV
Total Quiescent Current
VOS
Output Offset Voltage
PO
Output Power
THD 10%
Total Harmonic Distortion
P O = 1W
THD
Min.
6.3
7
0.05
PO = 0.1W to 2W
f = 100Hz to 15KHz
SVR
CT
AMUTE
Supply Voltage Rejection
%
1
%
40
56
dB
46
60
dB
Mute Attenuation
60
80
dB
150
°C
Thermal Threshold
GV
Closed Loop Voltage Gain
∆GV
0.2
Crosstalk
Tw
f = 100Hz, VR =0.5V
W
25
Voltage Gain Matching
20
26
27
dB
0.5
dB
Symbol
Parameter
Ri
Input Resistance
VTMUTE
Mute Threshold
VTST-BY
IST-BY
eN
Test Condition
Min.
Typ.
25
30
Max.
KΩ
for VCC > 6.4V; Vo = -30dB
2.3
2.9
4.1
V
for VCC < 6.4V; Vo = -30dB
VCC/2
-1
VCC/2
-075
VCC/2
-0.5
V
0.8
1.3
1.8
V
100
µA
St-by Threshold
St-by Current V6 = GND
Total Output Voltage
Unit
A Curve; f = 20Hzto 20KHz
Distortion vs Frequenc
µV
150
Gain vs Frequency
Le vel(dB r)
THD(%)
5.0000
10
4.0000
1
Vcc = 11V
Rl = 8 oh m
Po ut = 1W
3.0000
V cc = 11 V
Rl = 8 o h m
2.0000
1.0000
0.0
-1.000
P o u t = 100 m W
0.1
-2.000
-3.000
P o u t = 2W
0.0 10
100
-4.000
1k
10k
-5.000
20k
10
100
1k
Mute Attenuation vs Vpin.8
10
100k
Quiescent Current vs Supply Voltage
Attenua tion (dB)
70
0
Iq (mA)
65
-10
-20
60
-30
55
-40
50
-50
-60
45
-70
40
-80
35
-90
-100
10k
fr equenc y (Hz)
fr eq ue nc y (Hz)
1
1.5
2
2.5
3
3.5
4
4.5
30
5
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Stand-By attenuation vs Vpin 9
10
0
-10
-20
-30
-40
-50
-60
-70
-80
-90
-100
-110
-120
Attenuation (dB)
0
10
11
12
Vsupply(V)
Vpin .6(V)
0.2
0.4
0.6
0.8
1
1.2
1.4
Vpin.7 (V)
21
1.6
1.8
2
2.2
2.4
13
14
15
16
17
18
LA9302A/8177/LA78041/LA78040
Symbol
PIN
Function : vertical output
Function
Symbol
PIN
Function
INV IN
1
Input
V OUT
5
Vertical output
VCC1
2
Power
VCC2
6
Output power supply
PUMP UP
3
Pump up power
NON INV IN
7
Negative feedback
GND
4
Ground
Test point Waveforms
1.2Vpp
2.6Vpp
H
H
TDA11105 PIN1
TDA11105 PIN52
95Vpp
3.8Vpp
H
H
TDA11105 PIN45 TDA11105 PIN44
95Vpp
H
1Vpp
V
0.9Vpp
95Vpp
H
CRT KG
0.8Vpp
CRT KR
2.5Vpp
H
TDA11105 PIN56
H
CRT KB
1.3Vpp
2.7Vpp
V
TDA11105 PIN14
TDA11105 PIN15
22Vpp
300Vpp
H
HEATER
H
T511 PIN7
TDA11105 PIN24
TDA8177 / ST9302/ LA78040 or LA78041
PIN
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
V
0.7
15
-12
-15
0.3
15.9
-0.07
22
H
V451 B
2.5Vpp
H
TDA11105 PIN46
5Vpp
H
TDA11105 PIN57
1000Vpp
H
V451 C
PURITY / CONVERGENCE ADJUSTMENT
PURITY ADJUSTMENT
WEDGE
1.
Demagnetize CRT with the demagnetizer.
2.
Loosen the retainer screw of the deflection yoke.
3.
Remove the wedges.
4.
Input a green raster signal from the signal generator,
and turn the screen to green raster.
DEFLECTION YOKE
P
CRT
5.
Move the deflection yoke backward.
6.
Bring the long lug of the purity magnets on the short
lug and position them horizontally. (Fig2)
4 6
P/C MAGNETS
7.
Adjust the gap between two lugs so that the GREEN
RASTER will come into the center of the screen.
(Fig. 3)
8.
Move the deflection yoke forward, and fix the position
of the deflection yoke so that the whole screen will
become green.
9.
Insert the wedge to the top side of the deflection
yoke so that it will not move.
P: PURITY MAGNET
4: 4-POLES (convergence magnets)
6: 6-POLES (convergence magnets)
Fig. 1
PURITY MAGNETS
Long lug
10. Imput a crosshatch signal.
11. Verify that the screen is horizontal.
12. Input red and blue raster signals, and make sure that
purity is properly adjusted.
Short lug
Bring the long lug over the short lug
and position them horizontally.
Fig. 2
(FRONT VIEW)
GREEN RASTER
CENTER
Fig. 3
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STATIC CONVERGENCE ADJUSTMENT
1. Input a crosshatch signal.
2. Using 4-pole convergence magnets, overlap the red
and blue lines in the center of the screen (Fig. 1) and
turn them to magenta (red/blue).
3. Using 6-pole convergence magnets, overlap the
magenta (red/blue) and green lines in the center of the
screen and turn them to white.
(FRONT VIEW)
4. Repeat 2 and 3 above, and make the best
convergence.
Fig. 1
(FRONT VIEW)
DYNAMIC CONVERGENCE ADJUSTMENT
RED
1. Move the deflection yoke up and down and overlap
lines in the periphery. (Fig. 2)
2. Move the deflection yoke left to right and overlap the
lines in the periphery. (Fig. 3)
3. Repeat 1 and 2 above, and make the best
convergence.
GREEN BLUE
BLUE
RED
GREEN
GREEN
RED
BLUE
BLUE GREEN RED
Fig.2
(FRONT VIEW)
After adjustment, fix the wedge at the original position.
Fasten the retainer screw of the deflection yoke.
Fix the 6 magnets with glue.
RED GREEN BLUE
BLUE GREEN RED
RED
GREEN
BLUE
BLUE
GREEN
RED
Fig. 3
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