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FILE NO.

050-200704GR (MFR'S VERSION A)

SERVICE MANUAL

COLOR TELEVISION

13A26

The above model is classified as a green product (*1), as indicated by the underlined serial number. This Service Manual describes replacement parts for the green product. When repairing this green product, use the part(s) described in this manual and lead-free solder (*2). For (*1) and (*2), see the next page.
DOCUMENT CREATED IN JAPAN, April, 2007 GREEN

(*1)

GREEN PRODUCT PROCUREMENT

The EC is actively promoting the WEEE & RoHS Directives that define standards for recycling and reuse of Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment and for the Restriction of the use of certain Hazardous Substances. From July 1, 2006, the RoHS Directive will prohibit any marketing of new products containing the restricted substances. Increasing attention is given to issues related to the global environmental. Toshiba Corporation recognizes environmental protection as a key management tasks, and is doing its utmost to enhance and improve the quality and scope of its environmental activities. In line with this, Toshiba proactively promotes Green Procurement, and seeks to purchase and use products, parts and materials that have low environmental impacts. Green procurement of parts is not only confined to manufacture. The same green parts used in manufacture must also be used as replacement parts.

(*2)

LEAD-FREE SOLDER

This product is manufactured using lead-free solder as a part of a movement within the consumer products industry at large to be environmentally responsible. Lead-free solder must be used in the servicing and repair of this product.

WARNING
This product is manufactured using lead free solder.

DO NOT USE LEAD BASED SOLDER TO REPAIR THIS PRODUCT !


The melting temperature of lead-free solder is higher than that of leaded solder by 86F to 104F (30C to 40C). Use of a soldering iron designed for lead-based solders to repair product made with lead-free solder may result in damage to the component and or PCB being soldered. Great care should be made to ensure high-quality soldering when servicing this product especially when soldering large components, through-hole pins, and on PCBs as the level of heat required to melt lead-free solder is high.

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SERVICING NOTICES ON CHECKING


1. KEEP THE NOTICES
As for the places which need special attentions, they are indicated with the labels or seals on the cabinet, chassis and parts. Make sure to keep the indications and notices in the operation manual.

6. AVOID AN X-RAY
Safety is secured against an X-ray by considering about the cathode-ray tube and the high voltage peripheral circuit, etc. Therefore, when repairing the high voltage peripheral circuit, use the designated parts and make sure not modify the circuit. Repairing except indicates causes rising of high voltage, and it emits an X-ray from the cathoderay tube.

2. AVOID AN ELECTRIC SHOCK


There is a high voltage part inside. Avoid an electric shock while the electric current is flowing.

3. USE THE DESIGNATED PARTS


The parts in this equipment have the specific characters of incombustibility and withstand voltage for safety. Therefore, the part which is replaced should be used the part which has the same character. Especially as to the important parts for safety which is indicated in the circuit diagram or the table of parts as a mark, the designated parts must be used.

7. PERFORM A SAFETY CHECK AFTER SERVICING


Confirm that the screws, parts and wiring which were removed in order to service are put in the original positions, or whether there are the portions which are deteriorated around the serviced places serviced or not. Check the insulation between the antenna terminal or external metal and the AC cord plug blades. And be sure the safety of that.
(INSULATION CHECK PROCEDURE)

4. PUT PARTS AND WIRES IN THE ORIGINAL POSITION AFTER ASSEMBLING OR WIRING
There are parts which use the insulation material such as a tube or tape for safety, or which are assembled in the condition that these do not contact with the printed board. The inside wiring is designed not to get closer to the pyrogenic parts and high voltage parts. Therefore, put these parts in the original positions.

5. TAKE CARE TO DEAL WITH THE CATHODE-RAY TUBE


In the condition that an explosion-proof cathoderay tube is set in this equipment, safety is secured against implosion. However, when removing it or serving from backward, it is dangerous to give a shock. Take enough care to deal with it.

1. Unplug the plug from the AC outlet. 2. Remove the antenna terminal on TV and turn on the TV. 3. Insulation resistance between the cord plug terminals and the eternal exposure metal [Note 2] should be more than 1M ohm by using the 500V insulation resistance meter [Note 1]. 4. If the insulation resistance is less than 1M ohm, the inspection repair should be required.
[Note 1]

If you have not the 500V insulation resistance meter, use a Tester.
[Note 2]

External exposure metal: Antenna terminal Headphone jack

HOW TO ORDER PARTS


Please include the following informations when you order parts. (Particularly the VERSION LETTER.) 1. MODEL NUMBER and VERSION LETTER The MODEL NUMBER can be found on the back of each product and the VERSION LETTER can be found at the end of the SERIAL NUMBER. 2. PART NO. and DESCRIPTION You can find it in your SERVICE MANUAL.

IMPORTANT
When you exchange IC and Transistor with a heat sink, apply silicon grease on the contact section of the heat sink. Befor applying new silicon grease, remove all the old silicon grease. (Old grease may cause damages to the IC and Transistor.)

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TABLE OF CONTENTS
GREEN PRODUCT PROCUREMENT .......................................................................................... LEAD-FREE SOLDER .................................................................................................................. SERVICING NOTICES ON CHECKING ...................................................................................... HOW TO ORDER PARTS ............................................................................................................ IMPORTANT ................................................................................................................................. TABLE OF CONTENTS ............................................................................................................... GENERAL SPECIFICATIONS ..................................................................................................... DISASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS 1. REMOVAL OF ANODE CAP ................................................................................................ 2. REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION OF FLAT PACKAGE IC ................................................. SERVICE MODE LIST ................................................................................................................. CONFIRMATION OF HOURS USED .......................................................................................... WHEN REPLACING EEPROM (MEMORY) IC ........................................................................... ELECTRICAL ADJUSTMENTS ................................................................................................... BLOCK DIAGRAMS ..................................................................................................................... PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARDS TV MT/CRT ............................................................................................................................... TV MT ........................................................................................................................................ SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS MICON/CHROMA/TUNER ........................................................................................................ TV POWER ............................................................................................................................... DEFLECTION/CRT ................................................................................................................... SOUND/AV ................................................................................................................................ WAVEFORMS ............................................................................................................................... MECHANICAL EXPLODED VIEWS ............................................................................................ MECHANICAL REPLACEMENT PARTS LIST ........................................................................... ELECTRICAL REPLACEMENT PARTS LIST ............................................................................ A1-1 A1-1 A1-2 A1-2 A1-2 A2-1 A3-1~A3-5 B1-1 B2-1, B2-2 C-1 C-3 C-3 D-1~D-4 E-1, E-2 F-1, F-2 F-3, F-4 G-1, G-2 G-3, G-4 G-5, G-6 G-7, G-8 H-1, H-2 I-1, I-2 J1-1 J2-1~J2-3

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GENERAL SPECIFICATIONS
G-1 TV System CRT CRT Size / Visual Size CRT Type Deflection Magnetic Field BV/BH 13 inch / 335.4mmV Normal 90 +0.45G/0.18G NTSC 1Speaker Bottom 3 Inch 8 1.0 --degree

Color System Speaker Position Size Impedance Sound Output MAX 10%(Typical) NTSC3.58+4.43 /PAL60Hz Broadcasting System Tuner and System Receive CH Destination Tuning System Input Impedance CH Coverage Picture(FP) Sound(FS) FP-FS

ohm W W No

G-2

Tuning System

Intermediate Frequency

G-3

Power

Preset CH Stereo/Dual TV Sound Tuner Sound Muting Power Source AC DC Power Consumption Stand by (at AC) Per Year Power Fuse Safety Radiation X-Radiation Operation Storage

US System M 1Tuner USA(W/ CATV) F-Synth VHF/UHF 75 ohm 2 - 69, 4A, A-5 - A-1, A - I, J - W, W+1 - W+84 45.75MHz 41.25MHz 4.50MHz No No Yes 120V AC 60Hz at AC 54 W at AC 120 V 60 Hz 3 W at AC 120 V 60 Hz -kWh/Year Yes UL(UL1492) --DHHS +5oC ~ +40oC -20oC ~ +60oC Less than 80% RH

Protector G-4 Regulation

G-5 G-6

Temperature Operating Humidity

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GENERAL SPECIFICATIONS
G-7 On Screen Display Menu Menu Type Picture Contrast Brightness Color Tint Sharpness Audio Bass Treble Balance BBE On/Off Stable Sound On/Off CH Set Up TV/CABLE(CATV) Auto CH Memory Add/ Delete Language V-chip Lock On Timer CH Label Favorite CH Color Stream DVD/DTV Control Level Volume Brightness Contrast Color Tint Sharpness Tuning Bass Treble Balance Back Light Stereo,Audio Output,SAP Video Color Stream Channel(TV/Cable) CH Label Game Timer Sleep Timer Sound Mute V-chip Rating G-8 G-9 OSD Language Clock and Timer Sleep Timer Max Time Step Program(On Timer ) more than Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No No No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No No No No No No Yes No Yes No Yes Yes Yes Yes English Yes Character Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No No No No No No

French

Spanish

On Timer Wake Up Timer Timer Back-up (at Power Off Mode)

120 Min 10 Min Yes -Min No Sec

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GENERAL SPECIFICATIONS
G-10 Remote Control Unit Glow in Dark Remocon Format Custom Code Power Source Voltage(D.C) UM size x pcs Total Keys Keys Power 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 0 100 CH Up CH Down Volume Up Volume Down TV/Caption/Text CH1/CH2 TV/Video(TV/AV) CH RTN/CH ENT(Quick View) Sleep RE Call(Call) Reset Menu Enter Mute Exit MTS(Audio Select) Set + Set Multi Brand Keys CH Up(VCR) CH Down(VCR) Pause/Still TV/VCR(VCR) Code FF Rew Rec Play Stop TV VCR Cable RC-EH Yes Toshiba 40-BF h 3V UM-4 x 2 pcs 27 Keys Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No No Yes Yes No No No No No No No No No No No No No

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GENERAL SPECIFICATIONS
G-11 Features Auto Degauss Auto Shut Off Canal+ CATV Anti-theft Rental Memory(Last CH) Memory(Last Volume) V-Chip Type BBE Auto Search CH Allocation SAP Channel Lock Just Clock Function Game Position CH Label VM Circuit Full OSD Premiere Comb Filter Lines Auto CH Memory Hotel Lock Closed Caption FBT Leak Test Protect CH Lock Video Lock Game Timer (Max Time:120 Min) Stable Sound Energy Star Power On Memory Favorite CH Owner's Manual Language w/Guarantee Card Remote Control Unit Rod Antenna Poles Terminal Loop Antenna Terminal U/V Mixer DC Car Cord (Center+) Guarantee Card Warning Sheet Circuit Diagram Antenna Change Plug Service Facility List Important Safeguard Dew/AHC Caution Sheet AC Plug Adapter Quick Set-up Sheet Battery UM size x pcs OEM Brand AC Cord AV Cord (2Pin-1Pin) Registration Card (NDL Card) ESP Card 300 ohm to 75 ohm Antenna Adapter Yes No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No No Yes No English/Spanish No Yes No Yes Yes No Yes No No Yes Yes Yes USA,ORION Type No No No No No No No No No No No No

G-12

Accessories

No No No Yes No No No No No No No No Yes UM-4 x 2 pcs No No No No No No

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GENERAL SPECIFICATIONS
G-13 Interface Power System Select Main Power SW Sub Power Channel Up/Reset Channel Down/Enter Volume Up/Set Up Volume Down/Set Down MENU=Volume Up+Volume Down Rear AC/DC TV/CATV Selector Degauss Main Power SW Indicator Power Stand-by On Timer Terminals Front Video Input Audio Input Other Terminal Rear Video Input(Rear1) Video Input(Rear2) Audio Input(Rear1) Audio Input(Rear2) Video Output Audio Output Euro Scart Color Stream Diversity Ext Speaker DC Jack 12V(Center +) VHF/UHF Antenna Input AC Outlet Approx. W x D x H (mm) Net (Approx.) Gross (Approx.) Master Carton Content Material Dimensions W x D x H(mm) Description of Origin Gift Box Material Dimensions W x D x H(mm) Description of Origin Drop Test Height (cm) Container Stuffing Cabinet Cabinet Front Cabinet Rear PCB Non-Halogen Demand Eyelet Demand Environmental standard requirement Pb-free Switch Front Yes No No No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No No No No Yes No No RCA RCA x 1 Ear Phone No No No No No No No No No No No F Type No x 320.5 ( 20.9 lbs) ( 24.4lbs) No ---Sets -/--- x -- x -No Double/Brown 440 x 408 x 380 Yes 362 x 360 9.5 kg 11.0kg Natural Dropping At 1 Corner / 3 Edges / 6 Surfaces 62 Sets/40' container 866 PS 94V0 DECABROM PS 94V0 DECABROM No Yes Green procurement of TOSHIBA Phase3(Phase3A)

G-14 G-15 G-16

Set Size Weight Carton

G-17

Cabinet Material

G-18

Environment

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DISASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS
1. REMOVAL OF ANODE CAP
Read the following NOTED items before starting work. * After turning the power off there might still be a potential voltage that is very dangerous. When removing the Anode Cap, make sure to discharge the Anode Cap's potential voltage. * Do not use pliers to loosen or tighten the Anode Cap terminal, this may cause the spring to be damaged. REMOVAL 1. Follow the steps as follows to discharge the Anode Cap. (Refer to Fig. 1-1.) Connect one end of an Alligator Clip to the metal part of a flat-blade screwdriver and the other end to ground. While holding the plastic part of the insulated Screwdriver, touch the support of the Anode with the tip of the Screwdriver. A cracking noise will be heard as the voltage is discharged. Location of Anode Cap 3. After one side is removed, pull in the opposite direction to remove the other. NOTE Take care not to damage the Rubber Cap. INSTALLATION 1. Clean the spot where the cap was located with a small amount of alcohol. (Refer to Fig. 1-3.)

Fig. 1-3 GND on the CRT NOTE Confirm that there is no dirt, dust, etc. at the spot where the cap was located. 2. Arrange the wire of the Anode Cap and make sure the wire is not twisted. 3. Turn over the Rubber Cap. (Refer to Fig. 1-4.)

Screwdriver

CRT Support Alligator Clip Fig. 1-4

GND on the CRT

Fig. 1-1 4. Insert one end of the Anode Support into the anode button, then the other as shown in Fig. 1-5.

2. Flip up the sides of the Rubber Cap in the direction of the arrow and remove one side of the support. (Refer to Fig. 1-2.) Rubber Cap

CRT CRT Support Fig. 1-2

Support Fig. 1-5

5. Confirm that the Support is securely connected. 6. Put on the Rubber Cap without moving any parts. B1-1

DISASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS
2. REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION OF FLAT PACKAGE IC
REMOVAL 1. Put the Masking Tape (cotton tape) around the Flat Package IC to protect other parts from any damage. (Refer to Fig. 2-1.) NOTE Masking is carried out on all the parts located within 10 mm distance from IC leads.
Blower type IC desoldering machine

3. When IC starts moving back and forth easily after desoldering completely, pickup the corner of the IC using a tweezers and remove the IC by moving with the IC desoldering machine. (Refer to Fig. 2-3.) NOTE Some ICs on the PCB are affixed with glue, so be careful not to break or damage the foil of each IC leads or solder lands under the IC when removing it.

Masking Tape (Cotton Tape)

IC

Tweezers

Fig. 2-1
IC

2. Heat the IC leads using a blower type IC desoldering machine. (Refer to Fig. 2-2.) NOTE Do not add the rotating and the back and forth directions force on the IC, until IC can move back and forth easily after desoldering the IC leads completely. 4. Peel off the Masking Tape.

Fig. 2-3

5. Absorb the solder left on the pattern using the Braided Shield Wire. (Refer to Fig. 2-4.) NOTE Do not move the Braided Shield Wire in the vertical direction towards the IC pattern.

Blower type IC desoldering machine

Braided Shield Wire

Soldering Iron

IC

Fig. 2-2

IC pattern

Fig. 2-4

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DISASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS
INSTALLATION 1. Take care of the polarity of new IC and then install the new IC fitting on the printed circuit pattern. Then solder each lead on the diagonal positions of IC temporarily. (Refer to Fig. 2-5.) 4. When bridge-soldering between terminals and/or the soldering amount are not enough, resolder using a Thin-tip Soldering Iron. (Refer to Fig. 2-8.)

Thin-tip Soldering Iron

IC

Soldering Iron

Fig. 2-8 5. Finally, confirm the soldering status on four sides of the IC using a magnifying glass. Confirm that no abnormality is found on the soldering position and installation position of the parts around the IC. If some abnormality is found, correct by resoldering. NOTE When the IC leads are bent during soldering and/or repairing, do not repair the bending of leads. If the bending of leads are repaired, the pattern may be damaged. So, always be sure to replace the IC in this case.

Solder temporarily

Solder temporarily

Fig. 2-5 2. Supply the solder from the upper position of IC leads sliding to the lower position of the IC leads. (Refer to Fig. 2-6.)

Solder

Soldering Iron

IC

Supply soldering from upper position to lower position

Fig. 2-6 3. Absorb the solder left on the lead using the Braided Shield Wire. (Refer to Fig. 2-7.) NOTE Do not absorb the solder to excess.

Soldering Iron IC

Braided Shield Wire

Fig. 2-7 B2-2

SERVICE MODE LIST


This unit is provided with the following SERVICE MODES so you can repair, examine and adjust easily. To enter the Service Mode, press both set key and remote control key for more than 2 seconds. Set Key VOL. (-) MIN VOL. (-) MIN Remocon Key 0 1 Releasing of V-CHIP PASSWORD. Initialization of factory data. NOTE: Do not use this for normal servicing. If you set factory initialization, the memories are reset such as the clock setting, the channel setting, the POWER ON total hours. POWER ON total hours is displayed on the screen. Refer to the "CONFIRMATION OF HOURS USED". VOL. (-) MIN 6 Can be checked of the INITIAL DATA of MEMORY IC. Refer to the "WHEN REPLACING EEPROM (MEMORY) IC". VOL. (-) MIN 9 Display of the Adjustment MENU on the screen. Refer to the "ELECTRICAL ADJUSTMENT" (On-Screen Display Adjustment). Operations

CONFIRMATION OF HOURS USED


POWER ON total hours can be checked on the screen. Total hours are displayed in 16 system of notation. NOTE: If you set factory initialization, the total hours is reset to "0". 1. Set the VOLUME to minimum. 2. Press both VOL. DOWN button on the set and Channel button (6) on the remote control for more than 2 seconds. 3. After the confirmation of using hours, turn off the power. NOTE: The each item value might be different according to each set.
ADDRESS DATA

INIT

00

D0

Initial setting content of MEMORY IC. POWER ON total hours.


= (16 x 16 x 16 x thousands digit value) + (16 x 16 x hundreds digit value) + (16 x tens digit value) + (ones digit value)

CRT ON 0010

FIG. 1

WHEN REPLACING EEPROM (MEMORY) IC


If a service repair is undertaken where it has been required to change the MEMORY IC, the following steps should be taken to ensure correct data settings while making reference to TABLE 1.
INI 00 +0 D0 +1 04 +2 EB +3 4E +4 47 +5 B3 +6 24 +7 69 +8 39 +9 00 +A 00 +B 05 +C 90 +D D4 +E 00 +F 07

Table 1 1. Enter DATA SET mode by setting VOLUME to minimum. 2. While holding down VOLUME button on front cabinet, press key (6) on remote control for more than 2 seconds. ADDRESS and DATA should appear as FIG 1. 3. ADDRESS is now selected and should "blink". Using the VOL. +/- button on the remote, step through the ADDRESS until required ADDRESS to be changed is reached. 4. Press ENTER to select DATA. When DATA is selected, it will "blink". 5. Again, step through the DATA using VOL. +/- button until required DATA value has been selected. 6. Pressing ENTER will take you back to ADDRESS for further selection if necessary. 7. Repeat steps 3 to 6 until all data has been checked. 8. When satisfied correct DATA has been entered, turn POWER off (return to STANDBY MODE) to finish DATA input. After the data input, set to the initializing of shipping. 9. Turn on the POWER. 10. Set the VOLUME to minimum. 11. While holding down VOLUME button on front cabinet, press key (1) on remote control for more than 2 seconds. 12. After the finishing of the initializing of shipping, the unit will turn off automatically. The unit will now have the correct DATA for the new MEMORY IC.

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ELECTRICAL ADJUSTMENTS
1. BEFORE MAKING ELECTRICAL ADJUSTMENTS
Read and perform these adjustments when repairing the circuits or replacing electrical parts or PCB assemblies. CAUTION Use an isolation transformer when performing any service on this chassis. Before removing the anode cap, discharge electricity because it contains high voltage. When removing a PCB or related component, after unfastening or changing a wire, be sure to put the wire back in its original position. When you exchange IC and Transistor for a heat sink, apply the silicon grease on the contract section of the heat sink, Before applying new silicon grease, remove all the old silicon grease. (Old grease may cause damages to the IC and Transistor.) Prepare the following measurement tools for electrical adjustments. 1. Synchro Scope 2. Digital Voltmeter On-Screen Display Adjustment 1. In the condition of NO indication on the screen. Press the VOL. DOWN button on the set and the Channel button (9) on the remote control for more than 1 second to appear the adjustment mode on the screen as shown in Fig. 1-1.

2. BASIC ADJUSTMENTS
2-1: CUT OFF 1. Adjust the unit to the following settings. R.DRIVE=10, B.DRIVE=10, R.BIAS=64, G.BIAS=64, B.BIAS=64, BRI.CENT=120, CONT.MAX=40. 2. Place the set with Aging Test for more than 15 minutes. 3. Activate the adjustment mode display of Fig. 1-1 and press the channel button (01) on the remote control to select "CUT OFF". 4. Adjust the Screen Volume until a dim raster is obtained. 2-2: FOCUS 1. Receive the monoscope pattern. 2. Turn the Focus Volume fully counterclockwise once. 3. Adjust the Focus Volume until picture is distinct. 2-3: WHITE BALANCE NOTE: Adjust after performing CUT OFF adjustment. 1. Place the set with Aging Test for more than 10 minutes. 2. Receive the white 100% signal from the Pattern Generator. 3. Using the adjustment control, set the brightness and contrast to normal position. 4. Activate the adjustment mode display of Fig. 1-1 and press the channel button (10) on the remote control to select "R.BIAS". 5. Using the VOL. UP/DOWN button on the remote control, adjust the R.BIAS. 6. Press the CH. UP/DOWN button on the remote control to select the "R.DRIVE", "B.DRIVE", "G.BIAS" or "B.BIAS". 7. Using the VOL. UP/DOWN button on the remote control, adjust the R.DRIVE, B.DRIVE, G.BIAS or B.BIAS. 8. Perform the above adjustments 6 and 7 until the white color is achieved. 2-4: SUB TINT/SUB COLOR 1. Receive the color bar pattern. (RF Input) 2. Connect the oscilloscope to TP023. 3. Activate the adjustment mode display of Fig. 1-1 and press the channel button (22) on the remote control to select "TINT". 4. Press the VOL. UP/DOWN button on the remote control until the section "A" becomes as straight line. (Refer to Fig. 2-1) 5. Connect the oscilloscope to TP022. 6. Activate the adjustment mode display of Fig. 1-1 and press the channel button (19) on the remote control to select "COL.CENT". 7. Press the VOL. UP/DOWN button on the remote control until the red color level is adjusted to 110 10% of the white level. (Refer to Fig. 2-2) 8. Receive the color bar pattern. (Audio Video Input) 9. Press the TV/VIDEO button on the remote control to set to the AV mode. Then perform the above adjustments 2~7.

TV

00 OSD

23 Fig. 1-1

2. Use the Channel UP/DOWN button or Channel button (0-9) on the remote control to select the options shown in Fig. 1-2. 3. Press the MENU button on the remote control to end the adjustments.
NO. 00 01 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 13 14 15 FUNCTION OSD H CUT OFF H.VCO H.PHASE V.SIZE V.SHIFT R.DRIVE B.DRIVE R.BIAS G.BIAS B.BIAS BRIGHT CENT BRIGHT MAX BRIGHT MIN NO. 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 27 28 29 FUNCTION CONTRAST CENT CONTRAST MAX CONTRAST MIN COLOR CENT COLOR MAX COLOR MIN TINT SHARPNESS FM LEVEL SEPARATION TEST MONO TEST STEREO

Fig. 1-2 D-1

ELECTRICAL ADJUSTMENTS
2-8: OSD HORIZONTAL 1. Activate the adjustment mode display of Fig. 1-1. 2. Press the VOL. UP/DOWN button on the remote control until the difference of A and B becomes minimum. (Refer to Fig. 2-3)

"A"

TV

Fig. 2-1 00 OSD A 23 B

Fig. 2-3

2-9: BRIGHT MANUAL 1. Receive the monoscope pattern.(RF Input) 2. Using the adjustment control, set the brightness and contrast to normal position. 3. Activate the adjustment mode display of Fig. 1-1 and press the channel button (13) on the remote control to select "BRI.CENT". 4. Press the VOL.UP/DOWN button on the remote control until the screen begin to shine. 5. Press the TV/VIDEO button on the remote to set to the AV mode. Then perform the above adjustment 2~4. 2-10: SUB CONTRAST 1. Receive an 70dB the color bar pattern. 2. Activate the adjustment mode display of Fig. 1-1 press the channel button (17) on the remote control to select "CONT.MAX". 3. Press the VOL. UP/DOWN button on the remote control until the contrast step No. becomes "43". 4. Press the TV/VIDEO button on the remote control to set to the AV mode. 5. Activate the adiustment mode display of Fig 1-1 paess the channel button (17) on the remote control to select"CONT.MAX". 6. Press the VOL.UP/DOWN button on the remote control unitil the contrast step No. becomes "52". 7. Receive a broadcast and check if the picture is normal. 2-11: Confirmation of Fixed Value (step No.) Please check if the fixed values of each adjustment item is set correctly referring below. (RF/AV) NO. 04 14 15 16 18 20 FUNCTION STEP NO. 04 H VCO 140 BRIGHT MAX 50 BRIGHT MIN 25 CONT CENT 12 CONT MIN 74 COLOR MAX NO. 21 23 24 27 28 29 FUNCTION STEP NO. COLOR MIN 00 53 SHARPNESS FM LEVEL 00 00 SEPARATION TEST MONO 00 TEST STEREO 00

White 100% Red 110%

Fig. 2-2

2-5: HORIZONTAL PHASE 1. Receive the monoscope pattern. 2. Using the adjustment control, set the brightness and contrast to normal position. 3. Activate the adjustment mode display of Fig. 1-1 and press the channel button (05) on the remote control to select "H.PHAS". 4. Press the VOL. UP/DOWN button on the remote control until the SHIFT quantity of the OVER SCAN on right and left becomes minimum. 2-6: VERTICAL SIZE 1. Receive the monoscope Pattern. 2. Using the adjustment control, set the brightness and contrast to normal position. 3. Activate the adjustment mode display of Fig. 1-1 and press the channel button (06) on the remote control to select "V.SIZE". 4. Press the VOL. UP/DOWN button on the remote control until the SHIFT quantity of the OVER SCAN on upside and downside becomes 10 2%. 2-7: VERTICAL SHIFT 1. Receive the monoscope Pattern. 2. Using the adjustment control, set the brightness and contrast to normal position. 3. Activate the adjustment mode display of Fig. 1-1 and press the channel button (07) on the remote control to select "V.SFT". 4. Press the VOL. UP/DOWN button on the remote control until the horizontal line becomes fit to the notch of the shadow mask.

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ELECTRICAL ADJUSTMENTS
3. PURITY AND CONVERGENCE ADJUSTMENTS
NOTE 1. Turn the unit on and let it warm up for at least 30 minutes before performing the following adjustments. 2. Place the CRT surface facing east or west to reduce the terrestrial magnetism. 3. Turn ON the unit and demagnetize with a Degauss Coil. 3-1: STATIC CONVERGENCE (ROUGH ADJUSTMENT) 1. Tighten the screw for the magnet. Refer to the adjusted CRT for the position. (Refer to Fig. 3-1) If the deflection yoke and magnet are in one body, untighten the screw for the body. 2. Receive the green raster pattern from the color bar generator. 3. Slide the deflection yoke until it touches the funnel side of the CRT. 4. Adjust center of screen to green, with red and blue on the sides, using the pair of purity magnets. 5. Switch the color bar generator from the green raster pattern to the crosshatch pattern. 6. Combine red and blue of the 3 color crosshatch pattern on the center of the screen by adjusting the pair of 4 pole magnets. 7. Combine red/blue (magenta) and green by adjusting the pair of 6 pole magnets. 8. Adjust the crosshatch pattern to change to white by repeating steps 6 and 7. 3-2: PURITY NOTE Adjust after performing adjustments in section 3-1. 1. Receive the green raster pattern from color bar generator. 2. Adjust the pair of purity magnets to center the color on the screen. Adjust the pair of purity magnets so the color at the ends are equally wide. 3. Move the deflection yoke backward (to neck side) slowly, and stop it at the position when the whole screen is green. 4. Confirm red and blue color. 5. Adjust the slant of the deflection yoke while watching the screen, then tighten the fixing screw. DEFLECTION YOKE DEFLECTION YOKE SCREW MAGNET SCREW 3-3: STATIC CONVERGENCE NOTE Adjust after performing adjustments in section 3-2. 1. Receive the crosshatch pattern from the color bar generator. 2. Combine red and blue of the 3 color crosshatch pattern on the center of the screen by adjusting the pair of 4 pole magnets. 3. Combine red/blue (magenta) and green by adjusting the pair of 6 pole magnets. 3-4: DYNAMIC CONVERGENCE NOTE Adjust after performing adjustments in section 3-3. 1. Adjust the differences around the screen by moving the deflection yoke upward/downward and right/left. (Refer to Fig. 3-2-a) 2. Insert three wedges between the deflection yoke and CRT funnel to fix the deflection yoke. (Refer to Fig. 3-2-b) RGB RGB

R G B UPWARD/DOWNWARD SLANT RIGHT/LEFT SLANT Fig. 3-2-a

R G B

WEDGE

WEDGE

WEDGE WEDGE POSITION Fig. 3-2-b

PURITY MAGNETS 6 POLE MAGNETS 4 POLE MAGNETS Fig. 3-1

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ELECTRICAL ADJUSTMENTS
4. ELECTRICAL ADJUSTMENT PARTS LOCATION GUIDE (WIRING CONNECTION)

CRT PCB
CP806
R8

C P8 03 B

03
TP022 TP023

R8 07

FB401

CP803A

TU001

J8 0

1 40 CP

CP802B CP801

CD801

CR T DY

GND CRT

DEGAUSS COIL

L503

CP502

CP802A

CD501 AC IN

S501B

S501A CD101A CD101B SPEAKER

TV MT PCB

D-4

BLOCK DIAGRAM
J702 CH. DOWN VOL. DOWN CH. UP VOL. UP 73 POWER 67 68
I/O IIC TIM INT PWM AD MICON/CHROMA IC IC101 OEC7091C

J703

2 IC1001 AN7511

3 1

EAR PHONE JACK J1001

20

26

21

27
ATT

34

6 SOUND AMP IC 2 8 4 Q801

SPEAKER SP1001

RGB Proc.2 OSD SW CONTRAST BRIGHTNESS Chroma Proc. ACC/C-BPF APC/KILLER TINT/DEMO

OS101
Q105 SW D106

69 70

RGB OUTPUT Stage DRIVE CUT OFF HV BLK

50 51 52

RED OUT
Q802 GREEN OUT

76
78

RGB Proc.1 RGB MATRIX COLOR CONT

MCU CLK

Q607
H.CTL

Q803 BLUE OUT

OSD

66 TU001
17 13 12
ROM RAM

Ver.Proc. Ver SYNC SEP Ver.COUNT DOWN V RAMP

Hor.Proc. SYNC SEPA/Hor. VCO Hor.COUNT DOWN AFC-1/H COINCIDENT AFC-2 H PHASE
46 45 Q402 H. DRIVE Q401
VCXO

H. OUTPUT

11
62 10

56 58

57

37 38

16
X601 3.579545MHz

3
B Heater

9
G

7
R

CRT V801

Q506 RELAY DRIVE D501~D504 RECTIFIER RY501


RELAY TH501

T501
16

IC501 PS2561AL1-1-V(W) 4

V-OUT IC IC401 STV9302B


Q507 FEED BACK SW 5 6 PUMP UP AMP + 7 1 VCC 6 2 5 FB401 9 1 2 F S HV DY

FEED BACK
Q502

SDA SCL
MEMORY IC IC199 BR24L02F-WE2

13
6

POWER CTL
Q501 SWITCHING

L503 DEGAUSS COIL

F501

10 3

AC IN

E-1

E-2

PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARDS TV MT/CRT (INSERTED PARTS)


SOLDER SIDE

D408 D404 R429_2

CP601

C406 R403 C435

CRITIQUE, VOIR AUVERSO. INFORMATIONPOURSERVICE DESPIECE

ATTENTION
HEATER

CAUTION

COMPONENTS, SEE INSIDE BACK COVER. FORSERVICE INFORMATIONABOUT CRITICAL

TU001 D411 R410 W009 W008 C434 C007_1 D412 R408 W015 R409_1 R401 S802X R413_1 R405 W013 C422 C414 C440 D001 Q402 D409 R446 R448 R449

W004 CP803A D410 180V C403 D405 ABL GND AFC

W010 8V C448_1 T401 12V

CP 401
C401
C4 37

25V

COL

FB401 L401 W001 R542 R503 D512 R402

+B

R421

C4 43

40 HS

Q401

D509

D518

C446

R539 R506 Q501 R522 HS501

D506

R427 W005

D406

HS402

R508

W827

4 IC

01

C516 R504

C410_1 C511

C514_1

W819

Q502 R510

W011 R417 R424 R418

47 R4

D516 D508 B501 T502 R509

C509

C526_1

D513 C417 C418 C521_1

W048

W047 C427 R416

R501

R514
B504 W018 IC501

D502

R415

W045 W046

D501

W044 Q602

R422 D403 W834

C515

R002

C517_1 D510 D505 W007 C508 D528 R518_1 D503 RY501 C503

W043 W062 W061 W060 W059 W058 R608 R602 C601 C106 W833 C103 X601 C605 D602 W070 W069 W816 W067 W066 C610_1 W065 R606 R621 CP802A W808 W811 W073 R614 R613 R615 C624 C622 W063 W064 R601 W068 C602 R604 CD101A C118 R704_1 W072 D606 R423 W041 C617 C606

D504

R001 R445 L001 Q603 Q503

R527

C507

C502

W006 R523 W017 R515

C518

R6 29

CP502

W002

W042

D515

W817 R603 R505 Q606

TP401 W016
R52 5

R507 W810 R502 D511 R513 W830 R512 TH501_1

D521 W809 W052

R5 17_ 1

Q601 W039

R537_1

W040 C447 W049

W071

W026
24

R8 0

5_

W027 R130 R119

C623 D522

R519

R8 03 _1

W028

L501

CP503 L801_1

D517

C519 D514 Q507

RISK OF FIRE - REPLACE

W050 W051

FH502 CP806
1 C8

CMF081B

R8 07 _1

S802Y

W025 W023 R605 W021

W024

TP 0

R804

R538 F501
B

8 CP

W832

03

9_

Q802

TP022 Q801 R802

W003

C505

C620_1 C621 W019

D611

FH501

W020

S501B

W803

IC1001 C809_1 R815 R811 C1005 C808_1 R813_1 R809 C1008 D604

TP023 R816 C810_1 R814_1 R806 Q803

C628 W080 W037 R607 R620 W054 W036 W035 W034 W032 R611 W057 W056 R617 W055 C630

S501A

W038 D603

C1003

CD501

AS MARKED .

R1001 Q105

00 R5

CCF073B

W033

W813

C633

CP802B

CP801

W812 R1007 R121 D106_1 OS101

R616

01 J8

W031

R112

R113

W030 W029

R110

R109

C123_1 W053

CD101B J703

J1001

J702 SW101 SW102 SW103 SW104 SW105

F-1

F-2

F-3
CCF073B
C501 C510 R101 C513_1 R1005 C1004 R419 R420 R1008 C1001 R1004

SOLDER SIDE

C001

C004_1

R1003 R116_1 R143_1 R115

R126

R004 R003 R531 R128 Q506 R532 R106_1 R124 R125 R127 R129 64 R134_1 R516_1 Q505 R103 25 C105 R102 C107 C108_1 C603 R104 C604 C615 C616 C609 Q607 R701 C612 C101 C104 C629 R108 R627 R105_1 R107

PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARDS TV MT (CHIP MOUNTED PARTS)

R618 C112

R609

C102 IC199

IC 10

C627 C626 41

R610

R702 C614

R703

CMF081B

F-4

MICON/CHROMA/TUNER SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM


8
MEMORY IC IC199 BR24L02F-WE2 0 1 E0 2 E1 0 3 E2 0 4 VSS 50V 10 YK C633 H.CTL Q607 KTC3875S-GR-RTK/P 0

(TV MT PCB)
R621 1K 1/2W 220 1/4W 5.6 W808 P.CON+5V R620 4.9 5

MODE

VCC

SDA

SCL

8 4.9 C118

7 0

6 4.9

5 4.9 P.CON+5V R618 22K

47K 1/4W

R617

H_OUT

3 PROTECT 11E1-EIC ABCL H_SYNC

H_CTL

FROM/TO DEFLECTION/CRT R608 CLAMP 680 1/4W P.CON+B V_OUT GND

DEGAUSS_H

6.3V 470 YK

H_CTL

G.OUT

7
C101 0.01 B AT+5V R124 R105_1 4.7K 10K S802Y

100 1/4W B.OUT

R.OUT

R110 10K 1/4W 100P CH C112 R109 10K 1/4W

100 1/4W

100 1/4W

R610

C627 12K

D606

C630 R611 10V 470 YK R609 120K C629 0.01 B R627 10K 10K 1/4W

V_FEEDBACK B ABCL TF C624 H_OUT X-RAY R.OUT G.OUT C623 7.9 50V 2.2 KA 8.8 R607 8.5 11.3 100 1/4W 4 V_OUT POWER_FAIL R606 V_FEEDBACK UNREG+12V X-RAY GND C621 16V 47 YK C620_1 0.01 B D603 1SS133 P.CON+5V TUNER+5V 5V REG Q602 KTC3203_Y 5.5 C617 10V 100 YK 5.5
19

R615

R614

R613

0.01

50V 1 KA

1K 1/4W

R107

R108

100

4.7K

SCL

R106_1

100

R130 10K 1/4W 0 64 63 4.9 65 2.4 66 4.9 67 4.9 68 4.9 69 4.9 70 0 71 I/O ROM RAM 0 62 0 61 0 60 0 59

0.01 B

R616

C628

C626

SDA

4.9 58

0.3 57

4.9 56

6
AFT R112 R113 2.2K 1/4W KEY1 2.2K 1/4W KEY2 POWER_ON REMOCON R116_1 2.2K R115 22K

NC 0 4.6 NC2.3 3.2 3.2 3.5 8.0 0 8.0 4.6 4.9 0 3.4 3.7 0 NC 55 54 53 52 51 50 49 48 47 46 45 44 43 42 41 40 4.6 39 Ver.Proc. IIC BUS
DECODER

B.OUT H_SYNC 8V REG Q606 KTC3203_Y UNREG+12V FROM/TO TV POWER

R119 22K 1/4W

MCU GND PGB OUTPUT Stage DRIVE CUT-OFF HV BLK Hor.Proc. SYNC SEPA/Hor.VCO Hor.COUNT DOWN AFC-1/H COINCIDENT AFC-2 H PHASE Ver SYNC SEP Ver.COUNT DOWN V RAMP

4.5 38 2.6 37 0 22K 1/4W 36 3.3 35 4.0 C622

SDA/SCL OSD

DEGAUSS_H AT+5V

72

33

5
AUDIO_MUTE R125 47K X-RAY IIC_OFF ON_TIMER R127 1K

NC 4.9 NC 4.9 2.9

73

32

IIC TIM CCD

P-ON CONT

Power Manage. MCU RESET

RGB Proc.2 OSD SW CONTRAST BRIGHTNESS

RGB Proc.1 RGB MATRIX COLOR CONT

34

50V 1 KA AUDIO_OUT 1

4.6 NC 3.1 NC 8.8 2.0 NC 2.3 NC 5.7 C614 1

5
D604 MTZJ8.2B R605 220 1/2W S802X 4.9 7.2 7.2 4.9 FROM/TO SOUND/AV AUDIO_MUTE VIDEO_IN AUDIO_IN AUDIO_OUT P.CON+5V R629 22 3W GND

74

INT PWM AD CPU core

4.9 0 0 77 NC 4.9 78 R129 0 79 4.9 80 NC XO VCO 76 75 CLK CONT MCU CLK

Vldeo Proc. C-TRAP/YDELAY SHARPNESS BLACK STRETCH Y MUTE


LPF 6bB AMP

Chroma Proc. ACC/C-BPF APC/KILLER TINT/DEMO

29

30

31

R604 100 1/4W AUDIO_IN B C612 VIDEO_IN 1 B

4
R134_1 4.7K

26

27 2.0 VCXO 2.2 25 NC

POWER_FAIL

ATT

28 2.3

47K

4
1 2 3
18

1 MICON/CHROMA IC IC101 OEC7091C 0

470P B 1K 0.01 B 1K C106 220P B 50V 1 KA

5 3 4 0 NC 5.0 5.0 0 C102

6 4.9

7 0 R102 C104

8 1.2

9 2.0 C108_1

10 0.8 0.001 B

11 3.4

12 4.9

13 5.0 C602

14 3.4 F

15 0 X601

16 3.4

17 2.9 R602 22P CH 100BT3R537 3.579545MHz

0.1

AT+5V

100 1/4W

19 20 21 22 23 24 18 5.6 0 2.9 2.8 5.0 0 NC 2.0 NC

5V REG Q603 KTC3203_Y

NC NC 4.94 C001 0.01 F L001 TUNER+5V 3.3uH 0305

W809

W833

0.01 B 6.3V 470 YK

10V 100 YK

50V 1 KA

4 C615 C609 0.01 B 1 B D602 6 C616 MTZJ9.1B 1 C610_1 16V 47 YK D611 MTZJ12B B 7 8 9 10 TU_AUDIO TU_VIDEO 5

NC NC NC

C601

C103

C604 0.022 F

R104

C105

R103 C107

1M

C603

3
5.1 0 4.8 SWITCHING Q105 KRA102MAT ON_TIMER REMOCON

8.2K 1/4W 50V 1 KA

C605

C606

3
NC NC NC 4.93 R004 R003 100 AFT IIC_OFF TU_AUDIO C007_1 0.022 F NC 32 C004_1 NC 2.9
21

W816

R601

POWER_ON

SCL SDA NC NC

TEST POINT CP601 A2001WR2-6P 6 5 IIC_OFF SDA SCL GND 4 3 2 1

KEY2

KEY1

AT+5V

4.95 11 3.3 12

100

1/4W

R143_1 50V 10 YK 10 C123_1 13

R121

SDA SCL

270

R128
560 R126 OS101 KSM-713SY SW101 EVQ21505R CH DOWN SW103 EVQ21505R VOL DOWN 2.7K SW102 EVQ21505R VOL UP CH UP 4.8 4.9 4.9 5V REG 5.5 Q601 KTC3203_Y 8.8 R603 120 1/2W TU001 115-V-KA35ARH
20

14 15 16 17

R002 15K 1/2W

POWER ON/ON TIMER D106_1

SLR-342VCT32

560 SW104 EVQ21505R SW105 EVQ21505R POWER

0.022 B

R101

P.CON+B 15K 1/2W

R001

TU_VIDEO MTZJ33B

GND 3

B+ 2

Vout

D001

PCB070 CMF081

CAUTION: DIGITAL TRANSISTOR

NOTE:THIS SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM IS THE LATEST AT THE TIME OF PRINTING AND SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE

NOTE:THE DC VOLTAGE AT EACH PART WAS MEASURED WITH THE DIGITAL TESTER WHEN THE COLOR BROADCAST WAS RECEIVED IN GOOD CONDITION AND PICTURE IS NORMAL.

:SINCE THESE CAUTIONCRITICAL FORPARTS MARKED BY SAFETY,USE ONES DESCRIBED IN PARTS LIST ONLY

ARE

:LES PIECES REPAREES PAR ETANT ATTENTIONDANGEREUSES AN POINT DEUN SECURITE VUE NUTILISER QUE CELLS DECRITES DANS LA NOMENCLATURE DES PIECES

G-1

G-2

TV POWER SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM


8

(TV MT PCB)

TO SOUND/AV 10.3 RELAY DRIVE Q506 KTC3875S-GR-RTK/P W832 0 0 R531 10K R532 10K D505 21DQ09N C518 D517 1SS133 1 4 CP502 A1561WV2-2P 1 C517_1 R501 1N4005-EIC 3.3 5W C R514 1.2M 1/2W 0.22 1W R510 C521_1 TH501_1 B59203-S1060-B14 1N4005-EIC CP503 003P-2100 D501 D502 2KV 820P RR 200V 220 YXF 100V 10 MHE 2 C507 2 RY501 DEGAUSS COIL L503 DYD1-3020-80 1 2.7M 1/2W +-10% 3 ALKS321 R500 D510 RU2AM-EIC PROTECT DRIVE Q503 2SA1624 135.0 0 135.0 +B UNREG+12V W834 P.CON+B 500V 470P B R517_1 SOUND+B 16V 1000 YK 1 1W C519 GND

SOUND_GND FROM/TO DEFLECTION/CRT

R523 47K 1/4W

R527 5.6K 1/4W R525 1.5 2W GND

200V 220 YK

C526_1

275V 0.1 ECQUL

1N4005-EIC

1N4005-EIC

500V 0.001 B

1.5M 1/2W

500V 0.001 B

C503

1.2M 1/2W

R522

C505

R538

D504

C502

MTZJ18B

D509

D503

FROM/TO MICON/CHROMA/TUNER T502 81291084 P.FAIL Q505 KTA1504S-GR-RTK/P 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 132.3 0 0 11.3 NC B504 W5RH3.5X5X1.0 D513 21DQ09N C515 16V 1000 YK 10.0 0 7 6 5 4 3 2 D516 1N4937 R504 50V 1 YK 100 1/4W C516 R505 1.2K 1/4W D521 MTZJ12B R516_1 4.8 10K 4.9 0 R537_1 22K 1/2W

4A125V F501 4A125V

5
POWER_FAIL DEGAUSS_H X-RAY

FH501 EYF-52BCY

FH502 EYF-52BCY

COIL,LINE FILTER L501 ELF15N010AP

1.7 NC 144.0 B501

4A 125V AC120V_60Hz CD501 P201-2469-2 BLACK BLADE WIDE WHITE S501A

W5RH3.5X5X1.0

UNREG+12V AT+5V GND

NC 10.3 POWER AMP Q501 2SK3563(ORION_Q) 6.6 10.3 1SS133 R508 220 1/2W C509 D512 0.047 M W827

S501B

2KV 820P RR

C514_1

144.0

W819 D G 4.8 S 0.1

18 NC 1SS133 D515 W810

1SS133

D508

R503 C511 50V 1 KA

R506

1/4W

R539

1/4W

1/4W

10

100

1/4W

R509

1SS133

MTZJ18B

1W

R542

D518

220

D506

1K 1/4W

C513_1

R515

3
0.68

POWER CTL Q502 KTC3198 4.8 0

120K 1/2W

3
1SS133 1SS133

1K

R502

D514

0.0082

HS501 763WSAA029 C508 250V 0.0047 KX

C501

9.5 W830 1/4W C510 0.1 B FEED BACK IC501 PS2561AL1-1-V(W) 11.5 4 D511 5.5

6.0 FEED BACK SWITCHING Q507 KTC3198 R519 1.2K 1/4W 27 1/4W R507

R513

1SS133

2.2K

0.001

0.1 B

D522

10.5 1

R512 680 1/4W

0.1

2 9.5

5.6K +-1%

MTZJ5.6B

R518_1

D528

PCB070 CMF081

1
4A 125V

PROTECTION AGAINST CAUTION:FOR CONTINUEDWITH THE SAME TYPE 4AFIRE HAZARD, REPLACE ONLY 125V (F501) FUSE. PROTECTION RISQUES ATTENTION:POUR UNENUTILISER QUECONTINUE LESDE MEME DINCEIE DES FUSIBLE TYPE 4A 125V (F501).

NOTE:THIS SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM IS THE LATEST AT THE TIME OF PRINTING AND SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE

NOTE:THE RESISTOR MARKED F IS FUSE RESISTOR. THE ALUMI ELECTROLYTIC CAPACITOR MARKED NP IS NON POLAR ONE. C D

NOTE:THE DC VOLTAGE AT EACH PART WAS MEASURED WITH THE DIGITAL TESTER WHEN THE COLOR BROADCAST WAS RECEIVED IN GOOD CONDITION AND PICTURE IS NORMAL.

:LES PIECES REPAREES PAR ETANT ATTENTIONDANGEREUSES AN POINT DEUN SECURITE VUE NUTILISER QUE CELLS DECRITES DANS LA NOMENCLATURE DES PIECES

:SINCE THESE CAUTIONCRITICAL FORPARTS MARKED BY SAFETY,USE ONES DESCRIBED IN PARTS LIST ONLY

ARE

G-3

G-4

A
FROM MICON/CHROMA/TUNER CLAMP

D
GND CLAMP G.OUT R.OUT B.OUT GND CLAMP G.OUT R.OUT B.OUT

E
CP802A B2013H02-5P 1 2 3 4 5 1 2 3 4 5 1 2 3 4 CP802B B2013H02-5P GND CLAMP G.OUT R.OUT B.OUT CP803B HEATER GND NC 180V GND CLAMP G.OUT R.OUT B.OUT

DEFLECTION/CRT SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM(TV MT PCB)


V-OUT IC IC401 STV9302B
THERMAL PROTECTION PUMP UP AMP

G.OUT R.OUT B.OUT

CP803A B2013H02-4P HEATER HEATER 1 GND GND 2 NC 180V 7 25.0 3.5 NC 180V 3 4

B2013H02-4P HEATER GND NC 180V 1/4W 1/4W CP801 131001101K1 1 100uH 0606 L801_1 RED OUT Q801 2SC1473A 3.2 R809 GREEN OUT Q802 2SC1473A 3.2 R811 BLUE OUT Q803 2SC1473A 3.2 R814_1 1/4W 2.7K

1 3.5

2 25.0 C414

3 2.0 35V 100 YK

4 0

5 12.0

100.6 2.7

2.7K

98.4 2.7

2.7K

95.4 2.7

R423 12 100 1/4W D403 13 11E1-EIC 330 1/2W

V801 A34AGT13X98(DL) 9 10 8 6 11

100V 0.15 MKT

C422

270 1/4W

270 1/4W

470P CH

C809_1

25V 470 YK

10K 1/4W

50V 22 YK

1 1/2W

470 1/4W R417

22K 1/4W

2.7K C418

R415 1.8K 1/2W 50V 10 YK

R416

5 7 1

C417

2.2 1/2W

2.2K 1/2W

R413_1

C427

R422

HS401 763WSAA029

TO DY

270 1/4W

470P CH

470P CH

C808_1

R813_1

C810_1

R424

R418 R419 470

R420

R410

R815

R G B

R816

6
5 CP401 A1561WV2-A5P 4 3 14 15 16

10K +-1%

100V 22 YK

TP022

TP024

TP023

C434

R408

R429_2 4.7 3W

NC

2 1

MTZJ5.1B

50V 1 YK

C447

D412

D411 2.7K 1/4W


2.7K 1/4W

FROM/TO MICON//CHROMA/TUNER

R401 X-RAY 27K M+-1% P.CON+B

R409_1 27K 1/4W +-1% 250V 1 MHE

2.7K 1/4W

15K 1W

15K 1W R802

R803_1

R805_1

AU02A-EIC

15K 1W R806

R804

R807_1

C437

4 6 10

GND

470 1/2W

R446

NC 2 1

50V 22 YK

R402

V_FEEDBACK V_OUT ABCL H_OUT H_SYNC R405

C446

H.DRIVE Q402 2SC1627_Y 27.0

1/2W

4.7mH

T401 STP-03Q24

250V 0.47 PMS

L401

C401

4
FB401 FNI14B002_M 130.0 1 COL HV FOCUS CP806 132.5 132.5 48.0 6 2 9 VIDEO B+ F S GND 0 11 ABL 7 4.3 FOCUS SCREEN SCREEN 2KV 0.001 B C819_1

11

0.3
1K 1/4W

100V 0.01 MMTS

0 C440

0.001 CH

C410_1

130.0
100 1/4W

0 0

GND TP401 +B W817

R427

FROM/TO TV POWER

H.OUTPUT Q401 2SC5885

HS402 763WSA0043

1.25KV 0.0091 PHE

C443

68

10K 1/4W P.CON+B R447 UNREG+12V 150 2W 11E1-EIC D406 C406 500V 220P B

E12 NC 4 25.0 E25 3

GND 0 8 E8 5 NC

101.6 0
4 3 6 5

R403

GND

AFC HEA 7.0 10 TER

96.4
J801 ISMP01S

3
1 0 F

6.4

99.6

AU02A-EIC

MTZJ6.2B

AU02A-EIC

D410

11E1-EIC

D409

D404

PCB110 CCF073

D405

R449 560 1/2W R448 560 1/2W 35V 470 YK

NOTE:THIS SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM IS THE LATEST AT THE TIME OF PRINTING AND SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE NOTE:THE DC VOLTAGE AT EACH PART WAS MEASURED WITH THE DIGITAL TESTER WHEN THE COLOR BROADCAST WAS RECEIVED IN GOOD CONDITION AND PICTURE IS NORMAL.
220K 1/4W 11E1-EIC

:LES PIECES REPAREES PAR ETANT ATTENTIONDANGEREUSES AN POINT DEUN SECURITE VUE NUTILISER QUE CELLS DECRITES DANS LA NOMENCLATURE DES PIECES

R445 C448_1
100V 0.1 MHE 250V 22 YK C403 C435 R421 D408

CAUTION

180K 1/4W

NOTE:THE RESISTOR MARKED F IS FUSE RESISTOR. THE ALUMI ELECTROLYTIC CAPACITOR MARKED NP IS NON POLAR ONE.

:SINCE THESE PARTS MARKED BY CRITICAL FOR SAFETY,USE ONES DESCRIBED IN PARTS LIST ONLY

ARE

PCB070 CMF081

G-5

G-6

SOUND/AV SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM


8

(TV MT PCB)

ACCESSORY UM-4 BT001 MNAAA(R03) UM-4 BT002 TM101 RC-EH050(CT-859) MNAAA(R03)

TO MICON/CHROMA/TUNER 19 AUDIO_IN AUDIO 2 20 VIDEO_IN VIDEO 2 R701 R702 47K 68 W811 R703 820 R704_1 10 1/4W

RCA JACK WHITE J703 AV1-09AD-4 H 2 1 1 E E

6
GND

RCA JACK YELLOW J702 AV1-09AD-3

6
EAR PHONE_JACK J1001 MSJ-035-12A_PC 2 R1007 68 1/2W 3 1

W812

18 FROM TV POWER SOUND_GND SOUND+B CD101B CH012007 GND 8.2 5 6 3.5 7 0 8 3.4 SOUND AMP IC IC1001 AN7511 CD101A CH012006 SPEAKER 1 2 1 2 SP1001 S08F77 8 OHM

C1008

16V 47 YK

+
FROM MICON/CHROMA/TUNER 4 R1001 AUDIO_MUTE 47K 1/4W R1003 P.CON+5V 68K 5.1 3 0 2 0.3

1 3.9 W813

C1004

C1001 AUDIO_OUT 0.1 B

17

68K

GND

R1008

0.0015

50V 10 YK

3
50V 1 KA W803 R1004 C1003 R1005 270K C1005 100K B

NOTE:THIS SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM IS THE LATEST AT THE TIME OF PRINTING AND SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE

NOTE:THE DC VOLTAGE AT EACH PART WAS MEASURED WITH THE DIGITAL TESTER WHEN THE COLOR BROADCAST WAS RECEIVED IN GOOD CONDITION AND PICTURE IS NORMAL.

:LES PIECES REPAREES PAR ETANT ATTENTIONDANGEREUSES AN POINT DEUN SECURITE VUE NUTILISER QUE CELLS DECRITES DANS LA NOMENCLATURE DES PIECES

:SINCE THESE CAUTIONCRITICAL FORPARTS MARKED BY SAFETY,USE ONES DESCRIBED IN PARTS LIST ONLY

ARE

PCB070 CMF081

G-7

G-8

WAVEFORMS
MICON/CHROMA/TUNER

1 0.5V 2ms/div

6 1V 20s/div

11 200V 20s/div

20V 20s/div

7 1V 20s/div

12 10V 5ms/div

DEFLECTION/CRT

200mV 20s/div

8 0.5V 5ms/div

13 10V 5ms/div

0.5V 5ms/div

20V 20s/div

14 50V 20s/div

5 1V 20s/div

10 2V 20s/div

15 50V 20s/div

NOTE: The following waveforms were measured at the point of the corresponding balloon number in the schematic diagram.

H-1

WAVEFORMS

16 50V 20s/div

SOUND/AV

17 0.5V 1ms/div

18 1V 1ms/div

19 200mV 500s/div

20 500mV 20s/div
NOTE: The following waveforms were measured at the point of the corresponding balloon number in the schematic diagram.

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MECHANICAL EXPLODED VIEW


202 107

202

202

202

201 105 119


104 102

202

108 201

105

201

PCB110 (CRT PCB ASS'Y)

103

119
205

105 201 106


205 203

105

106

106

101D 101B 204 101C

PCB070 (TV MT PCB ASS'Y)

206
109

101A

101

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113 113

116, 117, 118, TM101


113

112

111

110

115

114

114

110

114

110

114

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Location No.
101 101A 101B 101C 101D 102 103 104 105 106 107 108 109 110 111 112 113 114 115 116 117 118 119 201 202 203 204 205 206

TSB P/N
72781144 72799312 72799477 72799476 72799757 75007550 72794734 72799717 72796255 72798769 75007551 72795687 72799738 72783505 72799981 72782852 72798721 72782855 75007552 72783478 75004935 75007553 72799965 72781281 72781279 72798786 72798790 72781255 72798791

Reference No.
7A701A312A 701WPJC918 713WPAA203 713WPAA202 735WPBB315 702WPAA852 899HV3T000 726000A091 800WR0A011 800WQ0A024 722549A709 741WUA0021 735WPAA837 723000D248 791WHAA122 791WHAA137 792WHAA052 792WHAA179 793WCDD496 JB5ND200 J3X30302B J3X00321A 769WSAA011 8121J50B5U 8117540A6U 810763080U 811063080U 8109I3080U 8110630A0U FRONT CABI ASS'Y CABINET FRONT GLASS LED GUIDE REMOCON BUTTON FRAME

Description

CABINET BACK HOLDER ANODE WIRE SHEET CRT SERVICEMAN SHEET CRT SUPPORT (D) FELT SHEET SHEET RATING SPRING EARTH SPEAKER HOLDER SHEET BARCODE FILM BAG LIGHTRON SHEET PACKAGE TOP PACKAGE BOTTOM GIFT BOX POLYBAG INSTRUCTION(RED CAUTION) GUARANTEE CARD INSTRUCTION BOOK(E/S) WASHER CRT T=1 SCREW TAP TITE(P) GW20 5*28 CH HEXAGON SCREW TAPPING(B0) TRUSS 4*16 CH SCREW TAP TITE(S) BRAZIER 3*8 CH SCREW TAP TITE(P) BRAZIER 3*8 CH SCREW TAP TITE(B) WH7 3*8 CH SCREW TAP TITE(P) BRAZIER 3*10 CH

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Location No.
! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! R401 R408 R409 R429 R447 R500 R501 R514 R517 R518 R525 R538 R542 R629 R803 R805 R807

TSB P/N
72794595 72796016 72781720 72781702 72781689 72794631 72795522 72794633 72781671 72795514 72781692 72795500 72781685 72781701 72781674 72781674 72781674 72795628 72794396 72795104 72783441 72794416 72796351 72795629 72795629 72795567 72795579 72795580 72794425 72795580 72796329 72794425 72794411 72797379 72795578 72794465 72795529 72794488 72794490 72794472 72794488 72794488 72794488 72794472 72794472 72794469 72795626 72795626 72795626 72795626 72794480 72795541 72794491 72795541 72795545 72794491 72794491 72794480 72794491 72794491 72794483 72794491 72794491 72794487 72794491 72794489 72794481 72794491 72794486 72794488 72794487 72795532 75007546 72783444 72794512 72795537 72795555

Reference No.
R4X5T6273F R4X5T6103F R4K1T4273F R3K58B4R7J R3K58A151J R0G3K2275K R5X2CD3R3J R63881R22J R3K581010J R4X5T6562F R3K58A1R5J R002T2155J R3K581R68J R3K58B220J R3K581153J R3K581153J R3K581153J E02LT3471M E02LU8220M P4J7F3474J P4G8FJ912H E02LU5010M E02LTD220M C0JTB0513K C0JTB0513K P2122B104M CD39E0MQ3M C0PLRR7W2K E02LT2102M C0PLRR7W2K C0JTB05Q2K E02LT2102M E62NFC221M E02LFC221M C0JBB0713K D97U03301B 0021721150 D2WT011E10 D97U06R21B D2WTAU02A0 D2WT011E10 D2WT011E10 D2WT011E10 D2WTAU02A0 D2WTAU02A0 D97U05R11B D2WXN40050 D2WXN40050 D2WXN40050 D2WXN40050 D28T21DQN9 D97U01801B D1VT001330 D97U01801B D2WXRU2AM0 D1VT001330 D1VT001330 D28T21DQN9 D1VT001330 D1VT001330 D2WXN49370 D1VT001330 D1VT001330 D97U01201B D1VT001330 D97U05R61B D97U09R11B D1VT001330 D97U08R21B D2WT011E10 D97U01201B I56F07091C S3X001VE03 I0WTD9302B 000220002W I01DP75110 TPATB03003

R,METAL R,METAL R,METAL R,METAL OXIDE R,METAL OXIDE RC R,CEMENT R,FUSE R,METAL OXIDE R,METAL R,METAL OXIDE RC R,METAL OXIDE R,METAL OXIDE R,METAL OXIDE R,METAL OXIDE R,METAL OXIDE CE CE CMPP CMPP CE CE CC CC CMP CC CC CE CC CC CE CE CE CC

Description RESISTORS

27K OHM 1/6W 10K OHM 1/6W 27K OHM 1/4W 4.7 OHM 3W 150 OHM 2W 2.7M OHM 1/2W 3.3 OHM 5W 0.22 OHM 1W 1 OHM 1W 5.6K OHM 1/6W 1.5 OHM 2W 1.5M OHM 1/2W 0.68 OHM 1W 22 OHM 3W 15K OHM 1W 15K OHM 1W 15K OHM 1W 470 UF 25V 22 UF 100V 0.47 UF 250V PMS 0.0091UF 1.25KV PHE 1 UF 50V 22 UF 250V 0.001 UF 500V B 0.001 UF 500V B 0.1 UF 275V ECQUL 0.0047UF 250V 820 PF 2KV RR 1000 UF 16V 820 PF 2KV RR 470 PF 500V B 1000 UF 16V 220 UF 200V 220 UF 200V 0.001 UF 2KV B MTZJ33B T-77 SLR-342VCT32 11E1-EIC MTZJ6.2B T-77 AU02A-EIC 11E1-EIC 11E1-EIC 11E1-EIC AU02A-EIC AU02A-EIC MTZJ5.1B T-77 1N4005-EIC 1N4005-EIC 1N4005-EIC 1N4005-EIC 21DQ09N-TA2B1 MTZJ18B T-77 1SS133T-77 MTZJ18B T-77 RU2AM-EIC 1SS133T-77 1SS133T-77 21DQ09N-TA2B1 1SS133T-77 1SS133T-77 1N4937 1SS133T-77 1SS133T-77 MTZJ12B T-77 1SS133T-77 MTZJ5.6B T-77 MTZJ9.1B T-77 1SS133T-77 MTZJ8.2B T-77 11E1-EIC MTZJ12B T-77 OEC7091C BR24L02F-WE2 STV9302B PS2561AL1-1-V(W) AN7511 KRA102MAT

! C418 ! C434 C437 ! C443 ! C447 C448 ! C502 ! C503 ! C505 ! C508 ! C514 ! C515 ! C517 ! C518 ! C519 ! C521 ! C526 C819 D001 D106 D403 D404 D405 D406 D408 D409 D410 D411 D412 D501 D502 D503 D504 D505 D506 D508 D509 D510 D511 D512 D513 D514 D515 D516 D517 D518 D521 D522 D528 D602 D603 D604 D606 D611

CAPACITORS

! ! ! ! ! ! ! !

! ! ! !

DIODE,ZENER LED DIODE SILICON DIODE,ZENER DIODE SILICON DIODE SILICON DIODE SILICON DIODE SILICON DIODE SILICON DIODE SILICON DIODE,ZENER DIODE SILICON DIODE SILICON DIODE SILICON DIODE SILICON DIODE SCHOTTKY DIODE,ZENER DIODE,SILICON DIODE,ZENER DIODE SILICON DIODE,SILICON DIODE,SILICON DIODE SCHOTTKY DIODE,SILICON DIODE,SILICON DIODE SILICON DIODE,SILICON DIODE,SILICON DIODE,ZENER DIODE,SILICON DIODE,ZENER DIODE,ZENER DIODE,SILICON DIODE,ZENER DIODE SILICON DIODE,ZENER IC MEMORY DATA IC PHOTO COUPLER IC COMPOUND TRANSISTOR

DIODES

IC101 IC199 ! IC401 ! IC501 ! IC1001 Q105

ICS

TRANSISTORS

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Location No.
! ! ! ! ! Q401 Q402 Q501 Q502 Q503 Q505 Q506 Q507 Q601 Q602 Q603 Q606 Q607 ! Q801 ! Q802 ! Q803 L001 L401 ! L501 ! L503 L801 T401 ! T502 J702 J703 ! J801 ! J1001 SW101 SW102 SW103 SW104 SW105 PCB070 PCB110 B501 B504 BT001 BT002 CD501 CP401 CP502 CP503 CP601 CP801 CD101A CD101B CP802A CP802B CP803A CP803B EL001 EL002 F501 FB401 FH501 FH502 OS101 RY501 S101 S102 SP1001 TH501 TM101 TU001 V801 X601

TSB P/N
72795478 72795480 72795539 72794577 72794569 75007547 75007548 72794577 72795476 72795476 72795476 72795476 75007548 72798340 72798340 72798340 72796518 72795560 72798941 72798932 72795941 72796466 72796474 72795495 72795494 72783271 72796730 72794688 72794688 72794688 72794688 72794688 75007549 72783447 72794357 72794357 72783174 72783174 75005151 72796822 72796821 72796825 72799047 72799048 72783129 72783128 72796751 72796751 72796750 72796750 72797070 72797069 72795538 72796666 72794496 72794496 72783448 72796047 72798395 72798400 75005271 72794693 72795473 72783421 72796972 72783450

Reference No.
TC1G058850 TC5T01627Y T25F035630 TCATC31980 TA3T016240 T6AJ1504S0 T8AJ3875S0 TCATC31980 TCAT032034 TCAT032034 TCAT032034 TCAT032034 T8AJ3875S0 TCKT1473A0 TCKT1473A0 TCKT1473A0 02167F3R3J 021L75472J 0293000130 028B140033 021673101K 045011001L 0481291084

TRANSISTOR SILICON TRANSISTOR SILICON FET TRANSISTOR,SILICON TRANSISTOR,SILICON TRANSISTOR SILICON TRANSISTOR SILICON TRANSISTOR,SILICON TRANSISTOR, SILICON TRANSISTOR, SILICON TRANSISTOR, SILICON TRANSISTOR, SILICON TRANSISTOR SILICON TRANSISTOR SILICON TRANSISTOR SILICON TRANSISTOR SILICON

Description TRANSISTORS

2SC5885 2SC1627_Y(TPE2) 2SK3563(ORION_Q) KTC3198-AT(Y,GR) 2SA1624-AA KTA1504S-GR-RTK/P KTC3875S-GR-RTK/P KTC3198-AT(Y,GR) KTC3203_Y-AT KTC3203_Y-AT KTC3203_Y-AT KTC3203_Y-AT KTC3875S-GR-RTK/P 2SC1473A-TA-(RQ) 2SC1473A-TA-(RQ) 2SC1473A-TA-(RQ) 3.3 UH 4.7 MH ELF15N010AP DYD1-3020-80 100 UH STP-03Q24 81291084 AV1-09AD-3 AV1-09AD-4 ISMP01S MSJ-035-12A_PC EVQ21505R EVQ21505R EVQ21505R EVQ21505R EVQ21505R CMF081B CCF073B W5RH3.5X5X1.0 W5RH3.5X5X1.0 MNAAA(R03) MNAAA(R03) P201-2469-2 A1561WV2-A5P A1561WV2-2P 003P-2100 A2001WR2-6P 131001101K1 CH012006 CH012007 B2013H02-5P B2013H02-5P B2013H02-4P B2013H02-4P XRY20X30BD XRY16X28BD 51MS040L FNI14B002_M EYF-52BCY EYF-52BCY KSM-713SY ALKS321 AWG26 4C BLACK 260MM AWG26 5C GRAY 340MM S08F77 B59203-S1060-B14 RC-EH050(CT-859) 115-V-KA35ARH A34AGT13X98(DL) HC-49U

COILS &TRANSFORMERS

COIL COIL COIL,LINE FILTER COIL,DEGAUSS COIL TRANS,HORIZONTAL DRIVE TRANSFORMER,SWITCHING RCA JACK RCA JACK SOCKET,CATHODE RAY TUBE JACK,RCA,3.5 SWITCH,TACT SWITCH,TACT SWITCH,TACT SWITCH,TACT SWITCH,TACT

060Q401112 060Q401111 066F120020 060J121014 0504101T34 0504101T34 0504101T34 0504101T34 0504101T34 A3X003V070L A3X001V110L 024HT03553 024HT03553 141U004016 141U004016 120Q414913 069S450089 069S420110 069W01001A 069S260639 069W010340 06CH012006 06CH012007 067U005049 067U005049 067U004029 067U004029 124120301A 124116281A 081PC04005 043214050F 06710T0009 06710T0009 077Q000025 0560V20115 WBL6026038 WCL6834038 070Y132031 D8EE0B1400 076N0EH050 0163300022 098Q1404D1 100BT3R537

JACKS

SWITCHES

P.C.BOARD ASSEMBLIES
TV MT PCB ASS'Y CRT PCB ASS'Y

! ! !

! !

! ! ! !

CORE,BEADS CORE,BEADS BATTERY,MANGAN BATTERY,MANGAN CORD AC BUSH CONNECTOR PCB SIDE CONNECTOR PCB SIDE CONNECTOR PCB SIDE CONNECTOR PCB SIDE CONNECTOR PCB SIDE CORD CONNECTOR CORD CONNECTOR WIRE HOLDER WIRE HOLDER WIRE HOLDER WIRE HOLDER EYE LET EYE LET FUSE TRANSFORMER,FLYBACK HOLDER,FUSE HOLDER,FUSE REMOTE RECEIVER RELAY FLAT CABLE AWM2468 FLAT CABLE AWM2468 SPEAKER DEGAUSS ELEMENT TRANSMITTER RF UNIT CRT W/DY CRYSTAL

MISCELLANEOUS

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RESISTOR RC................... CARBON RESISTOR CAPACITORS CC..................CERAMIC CAPACITOR CE.................. ALUMI ELECTROLYTIC CAPACITOR CP.................. POLYESTER CAPACITOR CPP................POLYPROPYLENE CAPACITOR CPL................ PLASTIC CAPACITOR CMP................METAL POLYESTER CAPACITOR CMPL................ METAL PLASTIC CAPACITOR CMPP................ METAL POLYPROPYLENE CAPACITOR

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