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AV-21F1P

SERVICE MANUAL
COLOR TELEVISION
BASIC CHASSIS

GA2

AV-21F1P(PH)

CONTENTS
I SPECIFICATIONS ........................................................................................................................... 2 I SAFETY PRECAUTIONS ................................................................................................................ 3 I FEATURES ...................................................................................................................................... 4 # OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS (APPENDED) .............................................................................. 1-1 I SPECIFIC SERVICE INSTRUCTIONS ............................................................................................ 4 I SERVICE ADJUSTMENTS ............................................................................................................ 10 # STANDARD CIRCUIT DIAGRAM (APPENDED) ......................................................................... 2-1 I PARTS LIST ................................................................................................................................... 27

No. 56033 COPYRIGHT 2000 VICTOR COMPANY OF JAPAN, LTD.

No. 56033 1 Jul. 2000

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SPECIFICATIONS
Item Dimensions (W H D) Mass TV RF System Color System TV Receiving Channel and Frequency VHF (VL) Band VHF (VH) Band UHF Band CATV Receiving Channel and Frequency Low Band High Band Mid Band Super Band Hyper Band Ultra Band Sub Mid Band TV/CATV Total Channel Intermediate Frequency VIF Carrier SIF Carrier Color Sub Carrier Frequency 45.75MHz 41.25MHz (4.5MHz) NTSC: PAL-M: PAL-N: Aerial Input Terminal Power Input Power Consumption Picture Tube High Voltage Speaker Audio Output Input Video Audio Output Video Audio Headphone Jack Remote Control Unit 3.579545MHz 3.57561149MHz 3.58205625MHz (02 ~ 06) (07 ~ 13) (14 ~ 22) (23 ~ 36) (37 ~ 64) (65 ~ 94, 100 ~ 125) (01, 96 ~ 99) 180 Channels (54MHz ~ 804MHz) (02 ~ 06) 54MHz ~ 88MHz (07 ~ 13) 174MHz ~ 216MHz (14 ~ 69) 470MHz ~ 806MHz 619mm 458mm 486.5mm 22kg CCIR (M) & (N) NTSC / PAL-M / PAL-N Content

75 Unbalanced Rating: AC110 ~ 240V, 50/60Hz 66W Visible size : 51cm measured diagonally 26.5kV 1kV (at zero beam current) 6cm 12 cm Oval type 2 2W (Monaural) 1Vp-p, 75 500mVrms (4dBs), High impedance 1Vp-p, 75 500mVrms (4dBs), Low impedance Stereo mini jack (3.5) RM-C372-1H (Battery size : AA/R06/UM-3 2) Operating: AC90 ~ 260V, 50/60Hz

Design & specifications are subject to change without notice.

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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, the 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 XRay 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 10k 2W resistor 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. 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, screw heads, earphone jack, control shafts, etc.) to be sure the product is safe to operate without danger of electrical shock. (1) 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 period of one second.) This method of test requires a test equipment not generally found in the service trade. (2) 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.). G 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 10W resistor paralleled by a 0.15F 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.).
AC VOLTMETER (HAVING 1000/V, OR MORE SENSITIVITY)

0.15F AC-TYPE PLACE THIS PROBE ON EACH EXPOSED METAL PART

1500 10W GOOD EARTH GROUND

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FEATURES
G G G G G G G New chassis design enables use of an interactive on-screen control. Wide range voltage for AC power input. With AUDIO / VIDEO INPUT & OUTPUT terminals. MUTING button can reduce the audio level to zero instantly. Functional remote control to operate TV set (for channel select, volume control, power ON/OFF, etc.) from a distance. I2C bus is used to control V/C & DEF 1 chip IC, tuner, etc. By means of AUTO PROGRAM, the TV stations can be selected automatically and the TV channels can also be rearranged automatically. G Built-in RETURN +. G Built-in RTC (real-time clock) enables ON/OFF timer settings.

SPECIFIC SERVICE INSTRUCTIONS


DISASSEMBLY PROCEDURE
REMOVING THE REAR COVER
1. Unplug the AC power cord. 2. Remove the 6 screws marked "A" and 2 screws marked "B". 3. Withdraw the rear cover backward.

REMOVING THE MAIN PW BOARD


G After removing the rear cover. 1. Slightly raise both sides of the Main PW Board by hand and withdraw it backward. (If necessary, take off the wire clamp, connectors etc.)

REMOVING THE SPEAKER


G After removing the rear cover. 1. Remove the 2 screws marked "C". 2. Follow the same step for removing the other hand speaker.

CHECKING THE MAIN PW BOARD


To check the back side of the Main PW Board, follow the next steps. 1. Pull out the Main PW Board. (Refer to "REMOVING THE MAIN PW BOARD".) 2. Erect the Main PW Board vertically so that you can easily check its back side. CAUTION: G When erecting the Main PW Board, be careful so that there will be no contacting with other PW Board. G Before turning on power, make sure that all connectors are properly connected.

WIRE CLAMPING AND CABLE TYING


1. Be sure to clamp the wire. 2. Never remove the cable tie used for tying the wires together. Should it be inadvertently removed, be sure to tie the wires with a new cable tie.

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FRONT CABINET

SPEAKER

C (2) 19
CRT SOCKET PWB (Within MAIN PWB)

DY01 18
MAIN PWB

SPEAKER

C
(2)

REAR COVER

(2)

A (6)

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REPLACEMENT OF MEMORY IC
1. MEMORY IC
This TV uses the following memory IC. Memory IC: IC1704 on MAIN PW Board The memory IC memorizes data for correctly operating the video and deflection circuits. When replacing the memory IC, be sure to use the same type IC written with the initial values of data. In other words, use the specific IC listed in "PRINTED WIRING BOARD PARTS LIST". For its mounting location, refer to "ADJUSTMENT LOCATIONS". (5) Receive channel setting Refer to the OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS and set the receive channels (channels preset). (6) User settings Check the user setting items in Tables 2-1 and 2-2, and if setting value is different, set the correct value. For setting, refer to the OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS. (7) Setting of SERVICE MENU Verify the setting for each setting item in the SERVICE MENU. (See Table 3.) If readjustment is necessary, perform adjustment referring to "SERVICE ADJUSTMENTS".

2.

PROCEDURE FOR REPLACING MEMORY IC


(1) Power off Switch the power off and unplug the power cord from the wall outlet. (2) Replacing the memory IC Replace the memory IC with new one. Be sure to use the memory IC written with the initial data values.

SERVICE MENU

(3) Power on Plug the power cord into the wall outlet and switch the power on. (4) Check and setting of SYSTEM CONSTANT SET: 1) Press the DISPLAY key and the VIDEO STATU key on the remote control unit simultaneously. The SERVICE MENU screen will be displayed. (See Fig. 1.) 2) In the SERVICE MENU, again press the DISPLAY key and the VIDEO STATU key simultaneously. Then, the SYSTEM CONSTANT SET screen will be displayed. (See Fig. 2.) 3) Check whether the setting values of the SYSTEM CONSTANT SET are the same as those indicated in Table 1. If the value is different, select the setting item with the MENU 1/4 key, and set the correct value with the MENU 2/3 key. (The selected value will be stored in memory when the MENU 2/3 key is released.) 4) Press the EXIT key twice to return to the normal screen. NAME OF REMOTE CONTROL KEYS

PICTURE VIDEO STATUS LOW LIGHT RF AFC CHK VCO (CW) SELECT BY OPERATE BY

OTHERS HIGH LIGHT I2C BUS CTRL EXIT BY


EXIT IT

Fig. 1

SYSTEM CONSTANT-I

SYSTEM CONSTANT VIDEO AUDIO VARI. OUT GAME CINEMA SELECT BY OPERATE BY : : : : : 1 MONO NO YES YES EXIT BY
EXIT IT

SYSTEM CONSTANT-II
DISPLAY TV/VIDEO

POWER

DISPLAY
PICTURE BOOSTER CLOSED CAPTION SLEEP TIMER VIDEO STATUS

SYSTEM CONSTANT CCD RETURN+ SURROUND : : : YES YES NO

88888888 88888

SELECT BY OPERATE BY

EXIT BY
EXIT IT

VIDEO STATUS
COLOUR SYSTEM

100+

RETURN+

EXIT

MENU MENU
MENU

Fig. 2

EXIT

MENU
CHANNEL

MUTING

MENU

VOLUME

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SETTING OF SYSTEM CONSTANT SET Table 1 Setting item VIDEO AUDIO VARI. OUT GAME CINEMA CCD RETURN+ SURROUND 1 MONO YES YES YES YES YES YES 2 PH. MONO NO NO NO NO NO NO MTS Setting contents Setting value 1 MONO NO YES YES YES YES NO

USER SETTING VALUES G Setting of Function Table 2-1 Setting item MAIN POWER SUB POWER CHANNEL CHANNEL PRESET VOLUME TV/VIDEO OFF ON CH 02
Refer to OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS

Setting value

Setting item DISPLAY SLEEP TIMER VIDEO STATUS CLOSED CAPTION COLOR SYSTEM PICTURE BOOSTER OFF 0

Setting value

STANDARD OFF (CC1/T1) AUTO OFF

10 TV

G Setting of Menu Table 2-2 Setting item TINT COLOR PICTURE BRIGHT DETAIL SET CLOCK ON/OFF TIMER CHANNEL SUMMARY CENTER CENTER CENTER CENTER CENTER Unnecessary to set NO Unnecessary to set Setting value Setting item SET LOCK CODE CHILD LOCK AUTO TUNER SETUP NOISE MUTING BACKGROUND CLOSED CAPTION LANGUAGE Setting value Unnecessary to set OFF AIR OFF BLACK CC1 / T1 ENG.

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SERVICE MENU SETTING ITEMS Table 3 Service menu PICTURE Setting item 1. PICTURE 2. BRIGHT 3. COL. PALM 4. COL. PALN 5. COL. NTSC 6. TINT 7. TV DTL 8. EXT PIC. 9. EXT BRI. 10. EXT COL. 11. EXT TINT 12. EXT DTL 13. P/N KILL 14. Y S CONT 15. TV Y-DL 16. EXT Y-DL 17. WPL SW 18. Y GAMMA 19. P/N G P. 20. COL. L SW 21. COL. LMT. 22. PN C. ATT 23. OFST. SW 24. OFST. B-Y 25. OFST. R-Y 26. C-TOF SW 27. TV T FO 28. TV T Q 29. EXT T FO 30. EXT T Q 31. C-TRAP 32. C-TR. FO 33. C-TRAP Q 34. FIX B/W 35. APA P. FO 36. DC TRAN. 37. B. ST. SW 38. B. ST. PO. 39. ABL GAIN 40. ABL PO. 41. HALF T. 42. DRV G SW 43. NT. COMB 44. COIN DET 45. NOISE L. 46. VCD MODE 47. V AGC SP 48. H POS. 50 49. H BLK. 50 50. V POS. 50 51. V SIZE50 52. V S CR50 53. V LIN. 50 Service menu Setting item 54. H POS. 60 55. H BLK. 60 56. V POS. 60 57. V SIZE60 58. V S CR60 59. V LIN. 60 60. RF AGC VIDEO STATUS TINT COLOR PICTURE BRIGHT DETAIL G DRIVE B DRIVE R CUT. G CUT. B CUT. OTHERS 1. OSD HP 2. OSD VP 3. H-CK SW R CUTOFF G CUTOFF B CUTOFF G DRIVE B DRIVE RF AFC CHK RF AFC FINE Do not adjust.

Do not adjust.

Do not adjust.

Do not adjust.

LOW LIGHT Do not adjust. HIGH LIGHT

VCO (CW)

IF VCO (CW) adjustment mode

I2C BUS CTRL

I2C BUS (Fixed to ON state.)

Do not adjust.

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REPLACEMENT OF CHIP COMPONENT


I CAUTIONS
1. 2. 3. 4. Avoid heating for more than 3 seconds. Do not rub the electrodes and the resist parts of the pattern. When removing a chip part, melt the solder adequately. Do not reuse a chip part after removing it.

I SOLDERING IRON
1. Use a high insulation soldering iron with a thin pointed end of it. 2. A 30W soldering iron is recommended for easily removing parts.

I REPLACEMENT STEPS 1. How to remove Chip parts


G Resistors, capacitors, etc. (1) As shown in the figure, while pushing the chip part with tweezers, alternately melt the solder at its each end.

2. How to install Chip parts


G Resistors, capacitors, etc. (1) Apply solder to the pattern as indicated in the figure.

(2) Grasp the chip part with tweezers and place it on the solder. Then heat and melt the solder at both ends of the chip part. (2) Shift the chip part with tweezers and remove it.

G Transistors, diodes, variable resistors, etc. (1) Apply extra solder to each lead.

G Transistors, diodes, variable resistors, etc. (1) Apply solder to the pattern as indicated in the figure. (2) Grasp the chip part with tweezers and place it on the solder. (3) First solder lead A as indicated in the figure.

SOLDER

SOLDER

A (2) As shown in the figure, while pushing the chip part with tweezers, alternately melt the solder at its each lead. Then, shift and remove the chip part. B C (4) Then solder leads B and C. A B C

Note : After removing the part, remove remaining solder from the pattern.

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SERVICE ADJUSTMENTS
BEFORE STARTING SERVICE ADJUSTMENT
1. There are 2 ways for adjusting this TV: One is with the REMOTE CONTROL UNIT and the other is the conventional method using adjustment parts and components. 2. The setting (adjustment) using the REMOTE CONTROL UNIT is made on the basis of the initial setting values. The setting values which adjust the screen to the optimum condition can be different from the initial setting values. 3. Make sure that connection is correctly made to AC power source. 4. Turn on the power of the TV and measuring instrument for warming up for at least 30 minutes before starting adjustment. 5. If the receive or input signal is not specified, use the most appropriate signal for adjustment. 6. Never touch parts (such as variable resistors, transformers and capacitors) not shown in the adjustment items of this service adjustment. 7. Preparation for adjustment (presetting): Unless otherwise specified in the adjustment items, preset the following functions with the remote control unit.

Function VIDEO STATUS TINT, COLOR, PICTURE, BRIGHT DETAIL

Setting value STANDARD CENTER

MEASURING INSTRUMENT AND FIXTURES


1. DC voltmeter (or Digital voltmeter) 2. Oscilloscope 3. Signal generator (Pattern generator) [PAL / SECAM / NTSC] 4. Remote control unit 5. TV audio multiplex signal generator 6. Frequency counter

ADJUSTMENT/CHECK ITEMS
Adjustment/Check item B1 POWER SUPPLY Check IF VCO Adjustment RF AGC Adjustment FOCUS Adjustment DEFLECTION CIRCUIT Adjustment VIDEO/CHROMA CIRCUIT Adjustment VIDEO STATUS Adjustment X-RAY PROTECTION Check PURITY, CONVERGENCE Adjustment Page 16 16 16 16 17 18 21 22 23

BASIC OPERATION IN SERVICE MENU


1. TOOL OF SERVICE MENU OPERATION Operate the SERVICE MENU with the remote control unit. 2. SERVICE MENU ITEMS With the SERVICE MENU, various settings (adjustments) can be made, and they are broadly classified in the following items of settings: G PICTURE ..................... For entering/adjusting the setting values (adjustment values) of the VIDEO/CHROMA and DEFLECTION circuits. G VIDEO STATUS .......... For setting the values for CINEMA and GAME. G OTHERS ...................... For setting the values of other items. G LOW LIGHT ................. For setting the values of WHITE BALANCE circuit. G HIGH LIGHT ................ For setting the values of WHITE BALANCE circuit . G RF AFC CHK ............... For checking the RF AFC circuit. (Do not adjust.) G VCO (CW) ................... For adjusting the IF circuit. G I2C BUS CTRL ............. I2C BUS ON/OFF CONTROL. (Fixed to ON.)

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3. BASIC OPERATION IN SERVICE MENU NOTE: In each menu screen, key operation guide will appear at the bottom, which will help your menu operation.

SERVICE MENU

SERVICE MENU

(1) How to enter SERVICE MENU Press the DISPLAY key and the VIDEO STATUS key on the remote control unit simultaneously. The SERVICE MENU screen will be displayed. (See Fig. 1.) To return to the previous screen, press the EXIT key on the remote control unit. (2) Selection of Sub Menu Screen See Fig. 3, menu diagram, on the next page. 1) Press the MENU 1/4 key on the remote control unit to select an item in the SERVICE MENU screen. 2) Enter the Sub Menu as follows: G Entering "PICTURE" and "OTHERS" Sub Menus Press the MENU 2/3 key in the SERVICE MENU screen. Then, the Screen A shown in Fig. 3 on the next page will appear. In the Screen A, press the MENU 1/4 key to enter the Sub Menu screen. G Entering other than above Sub Menus Press the MENU 2/3 key in the SERVICE MENU screen. Then, the Sub Menu screen will directly appear. To return to the previous screen, press the EXIT key on the remote control unit.

PICTURE VIDEO STATUS LOW LIGHT RF AFC CHK VCO (CW) SELECT BY OPERATE BY

OTHERS HIGH LIGHT I2C BUS CTRL EXIT BY


EXIT IT

SERVICE MENU items

Key Operation Guide 1/4 key: Press to select an item. 2/3 key: Press to enter the SUB MENU screen of the selected item. EXIT key: Press to return to the previous screen. Fig. 1 SERVICE MENU

SERVICE MENU SUB MENU PICTURE VIDEO STATUS LOW LIGHT RF AFC CHK VCO (CW)

OTHERS HIGH LIGHT I2C BUS CTRL

(3) Method of Setting in the Sub Menu Screen * Once the setting values are set, they are automatically memorized. 1) PICTURE, VIDEO STATUS, OTHERS 1/4 key: Press to select an item in the Sub Menu. 2/3 key: Press to select the value of the selected item. EXIT key: Press to return to the previous screen. VIDEO STATUS key: In the VIDEO STATUS sub menu screen, press to switch between VIDEO STATUS-GAME and VIDEO STATUS-CINEMA. 2) LOW LIGHT, HIGH LIGHT Setting will be done by using the numeral key on the remote control unit. 3) RF AFC CHK Do not adjust. 4) VCO (CW) Setting will be done by adjusting the CW TRANSF. (T111) on the Main PWB. 5) I2C BUS CTRL Do not adjust. This item should always be fixed to ON to normally operate the TV set.

SUB MENU: PICTURE

1. PICTURE
88888

888 8888

SELECT BY OPERATE BY

EXIT BY
EXIT IT

SUB MENU item Setting Value 1/4 key: Press to select an item. 2/3 key: Press to set the value. EXIT key: Press to return to the previous screen. Fig. 2 SUB MENU example (PICTURE)

(4) Release of SERVICE MENU After completing the setting, repeatedly press the EXIT key until the screen returns to the normal screen.

Fig. 2

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SERVICE MENU AND SUB MENU SCREENS


SERVICE MENU (MAIN MENU) SCREEN A SUB MENU: PICTURE

SERVICE MENU PICTURE VIDEO STATUS LOW LIGHT RF AFC CHK VCO (CW) SELECT BY OPERATE BY OTHERS HIGH LIGHT I2C BUS CTRL EXIT BY
EXIT IT

1. PICTURE
88888

888 8888

SELECT

BY

EXIT BY
EXIT IT

SELECT BY OPERATE BY

EXIT BY
EXIT IT

SUB MENU: HIGH LIGHT

SUB MENU: OTHERS

HIGH LIGHT
888 888

1. OSD HP SELECT BY OPERATE BY

888

EXIT BY
EXIT IT

EXIT BY
EXIT IT

SUB MENU: RF AFC CHK

RF AFC FINE SELECT BY OPERATE BY

ON
888

EXIT BY
EXIT IT

Do not adjust. SUB MENU: VIDEO STATUS SUB MENU: VCO (CW) CINEMA GAME

CINEMA TOO HIGH ABOVE REFERENCE BELOW REFERENCE TOO LOW SYNC : YES EXIT BY
EXIT IT

GAME
888 888 888 888 888

TINT COLOR PICTURE BRIGHT DETAIL

G B R G B

DRIVE DRIVE CUT. CUT. CUT.

888 888 888 888 888

SELECT BY OPERATE BY

EXIT BY
EXIT IT

Press VIDEO STATUS Key.

TINT COLOR PICTURE BRIGHT DETAIL

888 888 888 888 888

G B R G B

DRIVE DRIVE CUT. CUT. CUT.

888 888 888 888 888

SELECT BY OPERATE BY

EXIT BY
EXIT IT

SUB MENU: I 2 C BUS CTRL

SUB MENU: LOW LIGHT

BRIGHT I2C BUS OPERATE BY ON EXIT BY


EXIT IT

888

888 888

888

EXIT BY BRIGHT
EXIT IT

Fixed to ON state.

Fig. 3

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ADJUSTMENT LOCATIONS
MAIN PWB
ON TIMER POWER FRONT VOL + CH + MENU

PW

REMOCON RECEIVER

IC701 IC704
MEMORY IC S

F901 S901
POWER SW

DEG

IC201

VCO

T111 TU001
X 3 U C 3 1 B1 1

HV

HVT

1 Pin TP-91(B1) 2 Pin NC 3 Pin TP-E (")

UPPER : FOCUS LOWER : SCREEN

CRT SOCKET PWB (SOLDER SIDE)


TP-47B

TOP

T U CRT EARTH (BRAIDED ASS'Y)

E1 TP-E

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INITIAL SETTING VALUE OF SERVICE MENU


The setting (adjustment) using the remote control unit is made on the basis of the initial setting values. The setting values which adjust the screen to the optimum condition can be different from the initial setting values. G Do not change the initial setting values of the setting (adjustment) items not listed in "ADJUSTMENTS".

G PICTURE
# The following four setting items in the video mode and TV mode are linked each other. Video mode: 8. EXT PIC., 9. EXT BRI., 10. EXT COL. and 11. EXT TINT TV mode: 1. PICTURE, 2 . BRIGHT, 5. COL. NTSC and 6. TINT When the setting items in the TV mode are adjusted, the same values will be set to the linking items in the video mode. For example, if the value of 1. PICTURE is changed, the value of 8. EXT PIC. will also be changed accordingly. (The initial setting values given in ( ) are offset values against the TV mode.) # When the four items (Nos. 8, 9, 10 and 11) are adjusted in the video mode, the setting values will be changed independently from those in the TV mode. Setting item 1. PICTURE 2. BRIGHT 3. COL. PALM 4. COL. PALN 5. COL. NTSC 6. TINT 7. TV DTL 8. EXT PIC. 9. EXT BRI. 10. EXT COL. 11. EXT TINT 12. EXT DTL 13. P/N KILL 14. Y S CONT 15. TV Y-DL 16. EXT Y-DL 17. WPL SW 18. Y GAMMA 19. P/N G P. 20. COL. L SW 21. COL. LMT. 22. PN C. ATT 23. OFST. SW 24. OFST. B-Y 25. OFST. R-Y 26. C-TOF SW 27. TV T FO 28. TV T Q 29. EXT T FO 30. EXT T Q : Do not adjust. Variable range Initial setting value 000 ~ 127 000 ~ 127 000 ~ 127 000 ~ 127 000 ~ 127 000 ~ 127 000 ~ 063 025 025 025 025 000 ~ 063 000 / 001 000 ~ 031 000 ~ 007 000 ~ 007 000 / 001 000 / 001 000 / 001 000 / 001 000 ~ 003 000 ~ 003 000 / 001 000 ~ 015 000 ~ 015 000 / 001 000 ~ 003 000 ~ 003 000 ~ 003 000 ~ 003 070 064 070 070 072 065 033 (000) (+005) (000) (+001) 035 001 031 001 002 000 000 000 001 001 001 000 008 008 001 001 000 000 000 Settingitem 31. C-TRAP 32. C-TR. FO 33. C-TRAP Q 34. FIX B/W 35. APA P. FO 36. DC TRAN. 37. B. ST. SW 38. B. ST. PO. 39. ABL GAIN 40. ABL PO. 41. HALF T. 42. DRV G SW 43. NT. COMB 44. COIN DET 45. NOISE L. 46. VCD MODE 47. V AGC SP 48. H POS. 50 49. H BLK. 50 50. V POS. 50 51. V SIZE50 52. V S CR50 53. V LIN. 50 54. H POS. 60 55. H BLK. 60 56. V POS. 60 57. V SIZE60 58. V S CR60 59. V LIN. 60 60. RF AGC Variable range Initial setting value 000 / 001 000 ~ 003 000 ~ 003 000 / 001 000 ~ 003 000 ~ 007 000 / 001 000 ~ 007 000 ~ 007 000 ~ 007 000 ~ 002 000 / 001 000 / 001 000 ~ 003 000 ~ 003 000 / 001 000 / 001 000 ~ 031 000 ~ 007 000 ~ 007 000 ~ 127 000 ~ 127 000 ~ 031 000 ~ 031 000 ~ 007 000 ~ 007 000 ~ 127 000 ~ 127 000 ~ 031 000 ~ 255 000 002 000 000 001 007 000 000 004 000 001 000 001 001 003 000 000 007 000 000 087 028 004 012 000 000 088 048 004 160

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G VIDEO STATUS
Initial setting value Setting item TINT COLOR PICTURE BRIGHT DETAIL G DRIVE B DRIVE R CUT. G CUT. B CUT. : Do not adjust. Variable range CINEMA 20 20 20 20 15 99 ~ +50 99 ~ +50 10 10 10 0 3 10 0 0 22 54 0 0 0 GAME 0 3 10 0 5 0 0 0 0 0

G OTHERS
Setting item 1. OSD HP 2. OSD VP 3. H-CK SW : Do not adjust. Variable range Initial setting value 000 ~ 063 000 ~ 015 000 / 001 023 012 000

G RF AFC CHK
Setting item RF AFC FINE : Do not adjust. Variable range Initial setting value ON / OFF 77 ~ +77 ON xx

G LOW LIGHT
Setting item R CUTOFF G CUTOFF B CUTOFF Variable range Initial setting value 000 ~ 255 000 ~ 255 000 ~ 255 020 020 020

G I2C BUS CTRL


Setting item I2C BUS : Do not adjust. Variable range Initial setting value ON / OFF ON (Fixed to ON)

G HIGH LIGHT
Setting item G DRIVE B DRIVE Variable range Initial setting value 000 ~ 255 000 ~ 255 128 128

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ADJUSTMENTS
B1 POWER SUPPLY CHECK
Item Measuring instrument G Signal Generator G DC voltmeter Test point Adjustment part Description

Check of B1 POWER SUPPLY

B1 (TP-91) TP-E (" ) [B1 connector]

1. Receive a black and white signal (color off). (NTSC) 2. Connect a DC voltmeter between B1 (TP-91) and TP-E (") (between pins 1 and 3 of the connector B1). 3. Make sure that the voltage is DC134.5 2.0V.

IF VCO ADJUSTMENT
Item Measuring instrument G Signal Generator G Remote control unit
SUB MENU: VCO (CW)

Test point

Adjustment part

Description

Adjustment VCO (CW)

CW TRANSF. (T111) [MAIN PWB]

TOO HIGH ABOVE REFERENCE BELOW REFERENCE TOO LOW SYNC : YES EXIT BY
EXIT IT

YELLOW

G Under normal conditions, no adjustment is required. 1. Receive any broadcast. (Use a channel without offset frequency.) 2. Select the sub menu screen VCO (CW) from the SERVICE MENU. (More specifically, in the SERVICE MENU, press the MENU 1/4 key to select VCO (CW) and then press the MENU 2/3 key to enter the sub menu screen VCO (CW) .) 3. Confirm that the color of "TOO HIGH" and "TOO LOW" changes in yellow as you turn the CW TRANSF. At this time, check that "SYNC: YES" appears on the screen. 4. Slowly turn the CW TRANSF. until "BELOW REFERENCE" changes to yellow. Also, at this time, check that "SYNC: YES" appears on the screen. 5. Press the EXIT key to return to the normal screen.

RF AGC ADJUSTMENT
Item Measuring instrument Remote control unit Test point Adjustment part Description

Adjustment of RF AGC

60. RF AGC

1. Receive any broadcast. 2. Select the sub menu screen PICTURE from the SERVICE MENU. 3. Select 60. RF AGC with the MENU 1/4 key. 4. Press the MUTING key to turn off the color. 5. Press the MENU 2 key to get noise on the screen picture. (The setting value will be decreased.) 6. Press the MENU 3 key until noise disappears from the screen. 7. Change to other channels and make sure that there is no irregularity on the screen picture. 8. Press the MUTING key to turn on the color.

FOCUS ADJUSTMENT
Item Measuring instrument Signal generator Test point Adjustment part Description

Adjustment of FOCUS

FOCUS VR [In HVT]

1. Receive a cross-hatch signal. 2. While watching the screen, adjust the FOCUS VR to make the vertical and horizontal lines as fine and sharp as possible. 3. Make sure that, when the screen is darkened, the lines remain in good focus.

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DEFLECTION CIRCUIT ADJUSTMENT


The setting (adjustment) using the remote control unit is made on the basis of the initial setting values shown on page 14. The setting values which adjust the screen to the optimum condition can be different from the initial setting values. G Do not change the initial setting values of the setting (adjustment) items not listed herein.

Item

Measuring instrument

Test point

Adjustment part

Description

Adjustment G Signal of generator V. HEIGHT V. POSITION G Remote V. LIN. control V. S CR unit

56. V POS. 60 57. V SIZE60 58. V S CR60 59. V. LIN. 60

(60Hz) 1. Receive a cross-hatch signal. (NTSC or PAL-M) 2. Select the sub menu screen PICTURE from the SERVICE MENU. 3. Select 56. V POS. 60 with the MENU 1/4 key, and confirm that the setting value is 0. NOTE: The value of 56. V POS. 60 should be fixed to 0. 4. Confirm the initial setting value of 57. V SIZE60, 58. V S CR60, and 59. V. LIN. 60. 5. Adjust 57. V SIZE60 and make the vertical screen size 92% of the picture size, with the MENU 2/3 key. 6. Adjust 59. V. LIN. 60 and 58. V S CR60 to get the best vertical linearity, with the MENU 2/3 key. (50Hz) 1. Receive a cross-hatch signal. (PAL-N) 2. In the sub menu screen PICTURE, select 50. V POS. 50, 51. V SIZE50, 52. V S CR50, and 53. V. LIN. 50 with the MENU 1/4 key, and confirm their initial setting values. 3. Adjust 51. V SIZE 50 and make the vertical screen size 92% of the picture size, with the MENU 2/3 key. 4. Adjust 53. V. LIN. 50 and 52.V S CR50 to get the best vertical linearity, with the MENU 2/3 key. 5. Adjust 50. V POS. 50 so that the vertical center line comes close to the CRT vertical center as much as possible, with the MENU 2/3 key. G Readjust V SIZE, V. LIN, V S CR if necessary.

50. V POS. 50 51. V SIZE50 52. V S CR50 53. V. LIN. 50


Screen size

Screen size 92%

Picture size 100%

Picture size 100%

Adjustment G Signal of generator H. POSITION G Remote control unit

54. H POS.60

(60Hz) 1. Receive a cross-hatch signal. (NTSC or PAL-M) 2. Select the sub menu screen PICTURE from the SERVICE MENU. 3. Select 54. H POS.60 with the MENU 1/4 key. 4. Confirm the initial setting value of 54. H POS.60. 5. Adjust 54. H POS.60 so that the screen will be horizontally centered, with the MENU 2/3 key. (50Hz) 1. Receive a cross-hatch signal. (PAL-N) 2. In the sub menu screen PICTURE, select 48. H POS.50 with the MENU 1/4 key. 3. Confirm the initial setting value of 48. H POS.50. 4. Adjust 48. H POS.50 so that the screen will be horizontally centered, with the MENU 2/3 key.

48. H POS.50

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VIDEO/CHROMA CIRCUIT ADJUSTMENT


The setting (adjustment) using the remote control unit is made on the basis of the initial setting values shown on pages 14 and 15. The setting values which adjust the screen to the optimum condition can be different from the initial setting values. G Do not change the initial setting values of the setting (adjustment) items not listed herein.

Item

Measuring instrument G Signal generator G Remote control unit

Test point

Adjustment part

Description

Adjustment of WHITE BALANCE (Low light)

BRIGHT R CUTOFF G CUTOFF B CUTOFF SCREEN VR (In HVT)

REMOTE CONTROL UNIT


H.LINE OFF 1 H.LINE ON G. CUTOFF ( 4 R. CUTOFF ( ) 7 R. CUTOFF ( ) 8 9 B. CUTOFF ( G. CUTOFF ( ) ) 5 6 B. CUTOFF ( ) ) 2 3

1. Receive a black and white signal (color off). 2. Select the sub menu screen LOW LIGHT from the SERVICE MENU. 3. Confirm that the value of BRIGHT, R CUTOFF, G CUTOFF, and B CUTOFF is set to the initial setting value. 4. Press the 1 key on the remote control unit to produce a single horizontal line. 5. Turn the SCREEN VR fully counterclockwise, then slowly turn it clockwise to where a red, blue, or green color is faintly visible. 6. Use keys 4 ~ 9 on the remote control unit and adjust the other 2 colors to where the single horizontal line becomes white. 7. Turn the SCREEN VR to where the single horizontal line glows faintly. 8. Press the 2 key to stop producing a single horizontal line. NOTE: The key 3 acts in the same way as the EXIT key.
SUB MENU: LOW LIGHT

R CUTOFF BRIGHT
BRIGHT
888 888 888

G CUTOFF
888

B CUTOFF
EXIT IT

EXIT BY BRIGHT

Adjustment of WHITE BALANCE (High light)

G Signal generator G Remote control unit


REMOTE CONTROL UNIT

G DRIVE B DRIVE

1. Receive a black and white signal (color off). 2. Select the sub menu screen HIGH LIGHT from the SERVICE MENU. 3. Confirm that the value of G DRIVE and B DRIVE is set to the initial setting value. 4. Use the keys 5 and 8 or 6 and 9 to produce a white screen. NOTE: The key 3 acts in the same way as the EXIT key.
SUB MENU: HIGH LIGHT

R. DRIVE (

) 4 5 6 B. DRIVE ( )
HIGH LIGHT
888 888

G DRIVE B DRIVE
EXIT IT

R. DRIVE (

9 B. DRIVE ( )

EXIT BY

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Item

Measuring instrument Remote control unit

Test point

Adjustment part

Description

Adjustment of SUB BRIGHT

2. BRIGHT

1. Receive any broadcast. 2. Select the sub menu screen PICTURE from the SERVICE MENU. 3. Select 2. BRIGHT with the MENU 1/4 key, and confirm its initial setting value. 4. If the brightness is not the best with the initial set value, make fine adjustment until you get the best brightness, with the MENU 2/3 key. 1. Receive any broadcast. 2. Select the sub menu screen PICTURE from the SERVICE MENU. 3. Select 1. PICTURE with the MENU 1/4 key, and confirm its initial setting value. 4. If the contrast is not the best with the initial set value, make fine adjustment until you get the best contrast, with the MENU 2/3 key. [Method of adjustment without measuring instrument]

Adjustment of SUB CONT.

Remote control unit

1. PICTURE

Adjustment of SUB COLOR -I

Remote control unit 3. COL. PALM

(PAL-M COLOR) 1. Receive a PAL-M broadcast. 2. Select the sub menu screen PICTURE from the SERVICE MENU. 3. Select 3. COL. PALM with the MENU 1/4 key, and confirm its initial setting value. 4. If the color is not the best with the initial set value, make fine adjustment until you get the best color, with the MENU 2/3 key. (PAL-N COLOR) 1. Receive a PAL-N broadcast. 2. In the sub menu screen PICTURE, select 4. COL. PALN with the MENU 1/4 key, and confirm its initial setting value. 3. If the color is not the best with the initial set value, make fine adjustment until you get the best color, with the MENU 2/3 key. (NTSC COLOR) 1. Receive a NTSC broadcast. 2. In the sub menu screen PICTURE, select 5. COL. NTSC with the MENU 1/4 key, and confirm its initial setting value. 3. If the color is not the best with the initial set value, make fine adjustment until you get the best color, with the MENU 2/3 key.

4. COL. PALN

5. COL. NTSC

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Item

Measuring instrument G Signal generator G Oscilloscope G Remote control unit

Test point

Adjustment part

Description

Adjustment of SUB COLOR-II

TP-47B TP-E (" ) [CRT SOCKET PWB] 3. COL. PALM

[Method of adjustment using measuring instrument]

(PAL-M COLOR) 1. Receive a PAL-M full field color bar signal (75% white). 2. Select the sub menu screen PICTURE from the SERVICE MENU. 3. Select 3. COL. PALM with the MENU 1/4 key, and confirm its initial setting value. 4. Connect the oscilloscope between TP-47B and TP-E. 5. Adjust 3. COL. PALM to set the value (A) in the figure to +11V (W & B), with the MENU 2/3 key.

Y G R () 0V (+)

W
Cy Mg

4. COL. PALN

(A) B

(PAL-N COLOR) 1. Receive a PAL-N full field color bar signal (75% white). 2. In the sub menu screen PICTURE, select 4. COL. PALN with the MENU 1/4 key, and confirm its initial setting value. 3. Connect the oscilloscope between TP-47B and TP-E. 4. Adjust 4. COL. PALN to set the value (A) in the figure to +10V (W & B), with the MENU 2/3 key.

5. COL. NTSC

(NTSC COLOR) 1. Receive a NTSC full field color bar signal (75% white). 2. In the sub menu screen PICTURE, select 5. COL. NTSC with the MENU 1/4 key, and confirm its initial setting value. 3. Connect the oscilloscope between TP-47B and TP-E. 4. Adjust 5. COL. NTSC to set the value (A) in the figure to +10V (W & B), with the MENU 2/3 key.

Adjustment of SUB TINT-I

G Signal Generator G Remote control unit

6. TINT

[Method of adjustment without measuring instrument]

1. Receive a NTSC color bar signal. 2. Select the sub menu screen PICTURE from the SERVICE MENU. 3. Select 6. TINT with the MENU 1/4 key, and confirm its initial setting value. 4. If the tint is not the best with the initial set value, make fine adjustment until you get the best tint, with the MENU 2/3 key.

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Item

Measuring instrument G Signal generator G Oscilloscope G Remote control unit

Test point

Adjustment part

Description

Adjustment of SUB TINT-II

TP-47B TP-E (") [CRT SOCKET PWB]

6. TINT

[Method of adjustment using measuring instrument]

Y G R () 0V (+)

1. Receive a NTSC 3.58 color bar signal (full field color bar 75% white). 2. Select the sub menu screen PICTURE from the SERVICE MENU. 3. Select 6. TINT with the MENU 1/4 key, and confirm its initial setting value. 4. Connect the oscilloscope between TP-47B and TP-E. 5. Adjust 6. TINT to set the value (B) in the figure to +14V (W & Mg), with the MENU 2/3 key.

W
Cy

(B) Mg
B

VIDEO STATUS ADJUSTMENT


Item Measuring instrument Remote control unit Test point Adjustment part Description

Setting of VIDEO STATUS

TINT COLOR PICTURE BRIGHT DETAIL G DRIVE B DRIVE R CUT. G CUT. B CUT.

NOTE: Do not adjust. Each value should be set to the initial value. 1. Select the sub menu screen VIDEO STATUS-CINEMA from the SERVICE MENU. 2. Select TINT ~ B CUT. with the MENU 1/4 key, and reset each value to the initial setting value on page 15, with the MENU 2/3 key. 3. Press the VIDEO STATUS key on the remote control unit to select VIDEO STATUS-GAME. (Each time you press the VIDEO STATUS key, CINEMA and GAME alternates.) 4. Make similar settings as in 2 above.

SUB MENU: VIDEO STATUS

CINEMA TINT COLOR PICTURE BRIGHT DETAIL


888 888 888 888 888

G B R G B

DRIVE DRIVE CUT. CUT. CUT.

888 888 888 888 888

SELECT BY OPERATE BY

EXIT BY
EXIT IT

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I X-RAY PROTECTION CHECK


Item Measuring instrument Test point Adjustment part Description

Check of X-RAY PROTECTION

Pins 1 and 3 [X Connector on MAIN PWB]

X-RAY PROTECTOR D562 A R562 FR561 D561 TO HVT


+

G Prepare the following resistor. 17.2k 1% 1/4W 1. Turn on the power and receive any signal. 2. Connect the resistor between pins 1 and 3 of the X connector on the Main PW Board. 3. Make sure that the picture disappears. 4. Unplug the AC power cord. 5. Disconnect the resistor from the X connector. 6. Plug the AC power cord and make sure that the picture appears normally. X-Ray Protector Operation: Normally the voltage at point "A" does not exceed the Zener voltage of D562. (The voltage at point "A" will be determined by dividing the voltage from HVT (FBT) by R562 and R563.) When you connect a resistor of 17.2k or less in parallel with R562, the voltage at point "A" is increased, D562 turns ON, and the X-ray protection circuit is activated. Once it is activated, you need to unplug the AC power cord to restore the X-ray protection circuit.

R563

C561

MAIN PWB 3 2 1 X

17.2k 1% 1/4W

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PURITY, CONVERGENCE ADJUSTMENT

PURITY ADJUSTMENT
1. Demagnetize CRT with the demagnetizer.
WEDGE DEFLECTION YOKE

2. Loosen the retainer screw of the deflection yoke.


P

3. Remove the wedges. (Fig. 1.)

CRT
4 6

4. Input a green raster signal from the signal generator, and turn the screen to green raster.

P/C MAGNETS P/C MAGNETS P : PURITY MAGNET 4 : 4 POLES (convergence magnets) 6 : 6 POLES (convergence magnets)

5. Move the deflection yoke backward.

6. Bring the long lug of the purity magnets on the short lug and position them horizontally. (Fig. 2)

Fig. 1 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.
Long lug

PURITY MAGNETS

9. Insert the wedge to the top side of the deflection yoke so that it will not move.

10. Input a cross-hatch signal.

Short lug Bring the long lug over the short lug and position them horizontally.

11. Verify that the screen is horizontal.

Fig. 2 12. Input red and blue raster signals, and make sure that purity is properly adjusted.

(FRONT VIEW) GREEN RASTER

CENTER

Fig. 3

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STATIC CONVERGENCE ADJUSTMENT


1. Input a cross-hatch signal.

2. Using 4-pole convergence magnets, overlap the red and blue lines in the center of the screen (Fig. 1) to turn them to magenta (red/blue).

(FRONT VIEW)

3. Using 6-pole convergence magnets, overlap the magenta (red/ blue) and green lines in the center of the screen to turn them to white.

4. Repeat 2 and 3 above, and make best convergence.

Fig. 1

DYNAMIC CONVERGENCE ADJUSTMENT


1. Move the deflection yoke up and down and overlap the lines in the periphery. (Fig. 2)

(FRONT VIEW) RED GREEN BLUE

BLUE

RED GREEN BLUE

2. Move the deflection yoke left to right and overlap the lines in the periphery. (Fig. 3)

GREEN RED

3. Repeat 1 and 2 above, and make best convergence.


BLUE GREEN RED

Fig. 2

G After adjustment, fix the wedge at the original position. Fasten the retainer screw of the deflection yoke. Fix the 6 magnets with glue.

(FRONT VIEW) GREEN BLUE RED GREEN BLUE RED RED GREEN BLUE

BLUE GREEN RED

Fig. 3

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SELF-CHECK FUNCTIONS
1. Outline This model has self-check functions given below. When an abnormality has been detected, the SUB POWER is turned off and the ON TIMER LED flashes to inform of the failure. An abnormality is detected by the signal input state of the control line connected to the microcomputer.

2. Self-check items Check item Over-current protection Details of detection An over-current on the low B line is detected. Also, an over-current for speaker drive is detected. Method of detection The microcomputer detects the possible abnormality at 1-sec. intervals. If NG state is detected for more than 1 ms, the microcomputer judges that there is an abnormality. State of abnormality When an abnormality has been detected, the SUB-POWER is turned off. While the SUBPOWER is being turned off, the POWER key on the remote control unit is not operational until the power cord is taken out and put in again. DITTO

CRT NECK protection

Operation of CRT NECK protection circuit Operation of X-ray protection circuit.

DITTO

X-ray protection

DITTO

DITTO

3. Self-check indicating function When an abnormality has been detected at about 5 seconds after the power is turned on, the SUB POWER is turned off immediately and the ON TIMER LED flashes.
Power on

After about 5 seconds

Detection of an abnormality

Start of detection

Flashing ON TIMER LED

SUB-POWER OFF

[ Indication by the LED ] Item Over-current protection/X-ray protection CRT NECK protection LED flashing intervals At 0.5-second intervals At 1-second intervals Priority of detection 1 2

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STANDARD CIRCUIT DIAGRAM


I NOTE ON USING CIRCUIT DIAGRAMS
1. SAFETY
The components identified by the ! symbol and shading are critical for safety. For continued safety replace safety critical components only with manufactures recommended parts. G Type No indication MY MM PP MPP MF TF BP TAN (3) Coils No unit Others (4) Power Supply : Ceramic capacitor : Mylar capacitor : Metalized mylar capacitor : Polypropylene capacitor : Metalized polypropylene capacitor : Metalized film capacitor : Thin film capacitor : Bipolar electrolytic capacitor : Tantalum capacitor : [H] : As specified

2. SPECIFIED VOLTAGE AND WAVEFORM VALUES


The voltage and waveform values have been measured under the following conditions. (1) Input signal : Color bar signal (2) Setting positions of each knob/button and variable resistor : Original setting position when shipped (3) Internal resistance of tester : DC 20k/V (4) Oscilloscope sweeping time : H 20S/div :V 5mS/div : Others Sweeping time is specified. (5) Voltage values : All DC voltage values * Since the voltage values of signal circuit vary to some extent according to adjustments, use them as reference values.

: B1 : 12V : 9V : 5V * Respective voltage values are indicated. (5) Test point : Test point : Only test point display (6) Connecting method : Connector : Wrapping or soldering : Receptacle (7) Ground symbol # : LIVE side ground " : ISOLATED (NEUTRAL) side ground : EARTH ground : DIGITAL ground

3. INDICATION OF PARTS SYMBOL [EXAMPLE]


G In the PW board : R1209 R209

4. INDICATIONS ON THE CIRCUIT DIAGRAM


(1) Resistors G Resistance value No unit : [ ] K : [K] M : [M] G Rated allowable power No indication : 1/4 [W] Others : As specified G Type No indication : Carbon resistor OMR : Oxide metal film resistor MFR : Metal film resistor MPR : Metal plate resistor UNFR : Non-flammable resistor FR : Fusible resistor * Composition resistor 1/2 [W] is specified as 1/2S or Comp. (2) Capacitors G Capacitance value 1 or higher : [pF] less than 1 : [F] G Withstand voltage No indication : DC50 [V] AC indicated : AC withstand voltage [V] Others : DC withstand voltage [V] * Electrolytic Capacitors 47/50 [Example]: Capacitance value [F]/withstand voltage [V]

5. NOTE FOR REPAIRING SERVICE


This models power circuit is partly different in the GND. The difference of the GND is shown by the LIVE : (#) side GND and the ISOLATED (NEUTRAL) : (") side GND. Therefore, care must be taken for the following points. (1) Do not touch the LIVE side GND or the LIVE side GND and the ISOLATED (NEUTRAL) side GND simultaneously. If the above caution is not respected, an electric shock may be caused. Therefore, make sure that the power cord is surely removed from the receptacle when, for example, the chassis is pulled out. (2) Do not short between the LIVE side GND and ISOLATED (NEUTRAL) side GND or never measure with a measuring apparatus (oscilloscope, etc.) the LIVE side GND and ISOLATED (NEUTRAL) side GND at the same time. If the above precaution is not respected , a fuse or any parts will be broken. G Since the circuit diagram is a standard one, the circuit and circuit constants may be subject to change for improvement without any notice.

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CONTENTS
SEMICONDUCTOR SHAPES ........................................................... 2-4 BLOCK DIAGRAM ............................................................................ 2-5 CIRCUIT DIAGRAMS
MAIN PWB CIRCUIT DIAGRAM (Including CRT SOCKET PWB) ......................................... 2-7

PATTERN DIAGRAMS
MAIN PWB PATTERN ............................................................................................................. 2-11 CRT SOCKET PWB PATTERN ............................................................................................... 2-13

SEMICONDUCTOR SHAPES
TRANSISTOR
BOTTOM VIEW FRONT VIEW TOP VIEW CHIP TR
C

E C B ECB
B C E (G)(D)(S)

ECB

E C B

IC
BOTTOM VIEW FRONT VIEW TOP VIEW

1 OUT E IN IN E OUT 1 N 1 N

CHIP IC
TOP VIEW
N N 1

1 N

2-4

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BLOCK DIAGRAM
MAIN PWB
TUNER
IF

Q101
IF AMP

SF101
SAW FILTER

4 VIF IN SIF OUT 13 5 VIF IN 3 RF AGC OUT SIF IN 11

CF161
4.5MHz FILTER

Q161
SIF AMP 3 EXT

SP01

IC601 AUDIO AMP

OUT 2

SP01

TV.V

Q131
BUFFER

CF131
4.5MHz TRAP TV.M

18 V OUT

VCO 16

HEADPHONE

T111
VCO (CW)

10 FM OUT

VCO 15

IC101 IF
REMOCON RECEIVER AFT OUT 2

KEY 30 RF AFC 25 OSD

STB 12V

IC702
5V REG & RESET

RESET

IC704
MEMORY

SCL SDA

IC701 MICRO COMPUTER


SEL1 32

SCL,SDA H. OUT 4

IC201 V/C DEF. PROCESSOR


V. OUT 53 R G B 14 13 12

LED

POWER SW AC IN

REAR IN VIDEO AUDIO

FRONT IN VIDEO IN AUDIO IN VIDEO AUDIO

IC251 VIDEO SW
REAR OUT VIDEO AUDIO 3 8 1 4

TV.V

IC292
A.VCC SEL1 9V REG

9V

B G R V.OUT 4

Q351~Q353
R.G.B. OUT

IC401
VERT.OUT

V.OUT

V01 CRT

D901
RECT

F901
3 L 4 H 7 2 TV.M

T921
SW TRANSF.

Q941
LOW-B SW STB 12V

IC293
5V REG

H.OUT 5V

Q522
H.OUT

H.OUT

CRT SOCKET PWB

TP-91(B1)

IC651 AUDIO SW

IC941
ERROR AMP 5V

9V

IC291
5V REG

IC541
9V REG

T522 HVT (FBT)

ANODE FOCUS SCREEN H. DY V. DY

IC921
POWER REG

PC921
VOLTAGE FEEDBACK 5V

IC001
5V REG

No. 56033

2-5

2-6

No. 56033

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AV-21F1P

CIRCUIT DIAGRAMS

MAIN PWB CIRCUIT DIAGRAM (1/2)

SGA-1047A-H2 (AV-21F1P-PH)

No. 56033

2-7

2-8

No. 56033

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AV-21F1P

MAIN PWB CIRCUIT DIAGRAM (2/2)

(WITHIN MAIN PWB)

SGA-1047A-H2 (AV-21F1P-PH)

No. 56033

2-5 2-9

2-6 2-10

No. 56033

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PARTS LIST
CAUTION
I The parts identified by the ! symbol are important for the safety. Whenever replacing these parts, be sure to use specified ones to secure the safety. I The parts not indicated in this Parts List and those which are filled with lines in the Parts No. columns will not be supplied. I P. W. Board Ass'y will not be supplied, but those which are filled with the Parts No. in the Parts No. columns will be supplied. ABBREVIATIONS OF RESISTORS, CAPACITORS AND TOLERANCES RESISTORS
CR FR PR VR HV R MF R MG R MP R OM R CMF R UNF R CH V R CH MG R COMP. R LPTC R Carbon Resistor Fusible Resistor Plate Resistor Variable Resistor High Voltage Resistor Metal Film Resistor Metal Glazed Resistor Metal Plate Resistor Metal Oxide Film Resistor Coating Metal Film Resistor Non-Flammable Resistor Chip Variable Resistor Chip Metal Glazed Resistor Composition Resistor Linear Positive Temperature Coefficient Resistor Network Resistor C CAP. E CAP. M CAP. HV CAP. MF CAP. MM CAP. MP CAP. PP CAP. PS CAP. TF CAP. MPP CAP. TAN. CAP. CH C CAP. BP E CAP. CH AL E CAP.

CAPACITORS
Ceramic Capacitor Electrolytic Capacitor Mylar Capacitor High Voltage Capacitor Metalized Film Capacitor Metalized Mylar Capacitor Metalized Polystyrol Capacitor Polypropylene Capacitor Polystyrol Capacitor Thin Film Capacitor Metalized Polypropylene Capacitor Tantalum Capacitor Chip Ceramic Capacitor Bi-Polar Electrolytic Capacitor Chip Aluminum Electrolytic Capacitor

NETW R

CH AL BP CAP. CH TAN. E CAP.

Chip Aluminum Bi-Polar Capacitor Chip Tantalum Electrolytic Capacitor

TOLERANCES
F 1% G 2% J 5% K 10% M 20% N 30% R +30% 10% H +50% 10% Z +80% 20% P +100% 0%

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CONTENTS
I P.W. BOARDS ................................................................................................................................................... 28 I EXPLODED VIEW PARTS LIST ....................................................................................................................... 28 I EXPLODED VIEW ............................................................................................................................................ 29 I PRINTED WIRING BOARD PARTS LIST
G MAIN PW BOARD ASS'Y ................................................................................................................................................ 30

I PACKING / PACKING PARTS LIST .................................................................................................................. 35 I REMOTE CONTROL UNIT PARTS LIST .......................................................................................................... 35

P.W. BOARDS
P.W.B. ASS'Y MAIN P.W.B. PART NO. SGA-1047A-H2

EXPLODED VIEW PARTS LIST


! Ref.No. ! V01 ! L01 DY01 ! T1522 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 ! 12 ! 13 ! 14 ! 15 16 17 18 19 Part No. A51LEC065X QQW0006-001 QQD0018-001 QQH0030-002 LC10394-031A-HK CM48006-007-C LC30617-001C-H LC30616-004A-H CM35235-006-H LC20292-004A-H LC30618-001A-H A48457-4-S CHGB0016-0B-GS CM36623-B01-H QAS0036-001 CM47005-A01-H QMPR010-200-E2 LC10448-003A-HK GG20003-006A-H QYSBSF3010Z QYSBSFG4016Z A75034-B CE40764-00A Part Name PICTURE TUBE DEG COIL DEFLECTION YOKE H.V. TRANSF. FRONT CABINET JVC MARK E.E. WINDOW POWER KNOB SPRING CONTROL KNOB LED LENS SPRING BRAIDED ASSY CHASSIS RAIL SPEAKER CORD CLAMP POWER CORD REAR COVER RATING LABEL TAPPING SCREW TAPPING SCREW PC MAGNET WEDGE ASSY Description Local

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PRINTED WIRING BOARD PARTS Local LIST ! Symbol No. Part No. Part Name Description
MAIN P.W. BOARD ASS'Y (SGA-1047A-H2)
! Symbol No. R1001 R1003 R1004 R1005 R1006 R1101 R1102 R1103 R1104 R1105 R1111 R1112 R1113 R1116 R1131 R1132 R1133 R1134 R1135 R1161 R1162 R1163 R1164 R1165 R1166 R1167 R1168 R1169 R1170 R1171 R1201 R1202 R1203 R1204 R1205 R1213 R1215 R1216 R1217 R1220 R1251 R1253 R1254 R1255 R1301 R1303 R1304 R1307 R1308 R1309 R1311 R1312 R1314 R1341 R1342 R1343 R1351 R1352 R1353 R1354 R1355 R1356 R1357 R1358 R1359 R1360 R1361 R1362 R1363 R1364 R1365 R1366 R1367 Part No. Part Name Description 56k 0.0 0.0 4.7 82 5.6k 1.8k 100 10 27 390k 330k 100 150 1k 330 1k 270 470 1.8k 3.3k 10k 1k 27k 10k 1k 100 560 12k 15k 820 1k 820 680 1.5k 390 820k 0.0 680k 0.0 75 68 100 100 1k 22k 22k 10k 4.7k 10k 27k 0.0 0.0 120 33k 33k 150 150 150 330 330 330 100 100 Local RESISTOR NRSA02J-563X NRSA02J-0R0X NRSA02J-0R0X QRT029J-4R7 NRSA02J-820X NRSA02J-562X NRSA02J-182X QRE121J-101Y NRSA02J-100X NRSA02J-270X NRSA02J-394X NRSA02J-334X NRSA02J-101X NRSA02J-151X NRSA02J-102X NRSA02J-331X NRSA02J-102X NRSA02J-271X NRSA02J-471X NRSA02J-182X NRSA02J-332X NRSA02J-103X NRSA02J-102X NRSA02J-273X NRSA02J-103X NRSA02J-102X NRSA02J-101X NRSA02J-561X NRSA02J-123X NRSA02J-153X NRSA02J-821X NRSA02J-102X NRSA02J-821X NRSA02J-681X NRSA02J-152X NRSA02J-391X NRSA02J-824X NRSA02J-0R0X NRSA02J-684X NRSA02J-0R0X NRSA02J-750X NRSA02J-680X QRE121J-101Y NRSA02J-101X NRSA02J-102X NRSA02J-223X NRSA02J-223X NRSA02J-103X NRSA02J-472X NRSA02J-103X NRSA02J-273X NRSA02J-0R0X NRSA02J-0R0X NRSA02J-121X NRSA02J-333X NRSA02J-333X NRSA02J-151X NRSA02J-151X NRSA02J-151X NRSA02J-331X NRSA02J-331X NRSA02J-331X NRSA02J-101X NRSA02J-101X NRSA02J-101X QRZ0107-152Z QRZ0107-152Z QRZ0107-152Z QRL029J-123 QRL029J-123 QRL029J-123 NRSA02J-272X NRSA02J-272X CH MG CH MG CH MG MF R CH MG CH MG CH MG C R CH CH CH CH CH CH CH CH CH CH CH CH CH CH CH CH CH CH CH CH CH CH CH CH CH CH CH CH CH CH CH CH MG MG MG MG MG MG MG MG MG MG MG MG MG MG MG MG MG MG MG MG MG MG MG MG MG MG MG MG MG MG MG MG R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 2W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/2W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/2W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J K K K J J J J J

! Symbol No. ! Symbol No. R1368 R1401 R1402 R1403 R1404 R1405 R1406 R1407 R1408 R1410 R1413 R1414 R1416 R1418 R1419 R1421 R1422 R1423 R1501 R1503 R1504 R1505 R1506 R1510 R1512 R1513 R1514 R1521 R1523 R1524 R1526 R1529 R1532 R1533 R1543 R1544 R1562 R1563 R1581 R1582 R1584 R1601 R1605 R1606 R1607 R1608 R1609 R1610 R1613 R1614 R1615 R1616 R1617 R1618 R1619 R1651 R1653 R1654 R1655 R1656 R1701 R1702 R1703 R1704 R1705 R1706 R1707 R1708 R1709 R1710 R1711 R1712 R1713

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Description Description 2.7k 10k 6.8k 0.0 1k 220 4.7k 4.7k 4.7k 0.0 390 1.2 56k 56k 22k 0.0 0.0 10k 0.0 10k 100k 8.2k 1k 0.0 10k 0.0 33k 5.6k 2.2k 10k 1.5k 620 4.7k 22 0.47 22k 6.8k 3.74k 27k 39K 22k 1.0k 47k 10k 470 5.6k 270 270 1.5k 3.3k 10k 10k 10k 10k 220 1k 180 820 4.7k 1k 56k 22k 0.0 10k 1k 82k 10k 0.0 10k 1k 10k 0.0

Local Local

RESISTOR NRSA02J-272X NRSA02J-103X NRSA02J-682X NRSA02J-0R0X NRSA02J-102X NRSA02J-221X NRSA02J-472X NRSA02J-472X NRSA02J-472X NRSA02J-0R0X QRE121J-391Y QRX01GJ-1R2 NRSA02J-563X NRSA02J-563X NRSA02J-223X NRSA02J-0R0X NRSA02J-0R0X NRSA02J-103X NRSA02J-0R0X NRSA02J-103X NRSA02J-104X NRSA02J-822X NRSA02J-102X NRSA02J-0R0X NRSA02J-103X NRSA02J-0R0X NRSA02J-333X QRL039J-562 NRSA02J-222X QRE121J-103Y QRL029J-152 NRSA02J-621X QRL039J-472 QRE121J-220Y QRT039J-R47 QRL039J-223 QRA14CF-6801Y QRA14CF-3741Y QRE121J-273Y QRE121J-393Y QRE121J-223Y QRE121J-1R0Y NRSA02J-473X NRSA02J-103X NRSA02J-471X NRSA02J-562X QRE121J-271Y QRE121J-271Y QRE121J-152Y QRE121J-332Y NRSA02J-103X NRSA02J-103X NRSA02J-103X NRSA02J-103X NRSA02J-221X NRSA02J-102X QRE121J-181Y NRSA02J-821X NRSA02J-472X NRSA02J-102X NRSA02J-563X NRSA02J-223X NRSA02J-0R0X NRSA02J-103X NRSA02J-102X NRSA02J-823X NRSA02J-103X NRSA02J-0R0X NRSA02J-103X NRSA02J-102X NRSA02J-103X NRSA02J-0R0X NRSA02J-103X CH CH CH CH CH CH CH CH MG MG MG MG MG MG MG MG R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/2W 1W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 3W 1/10W 1/2W 2W 1/10W 3W 1/2W 3W 3W 1/4W 1/4W 1/2W 1/2W 1/2W 1/2W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/2W 1/2W 1/2W 1/2W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/2W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J F F J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J

CH MG CH MG C R MF R CH MG CH MG CH MG CH MG CH CH CH CH CH CH CH CH MG MG MG MG MG MG MG MG

CH MG CH MG CH MG OM R CH MG C R OM R CH MG OM R C R MF R OM R MF R MF R C R C R C R C R CH MG CH MG CH MG CH MG C R C R C R C R CH MG CH MG CH MG CH MG CH MG CH MG C R CH MG CH MG CH MG CH MG CH MG CH MG CH MG CH CH CH CH CH CH CH CH MG MG MG MG MG MG MG MG

CH MG CH MG C R CH MG CH MG CH MG CH MG CH MG CH CH CH CH CH CH CH CH CH CH CH CH CH CH CH CH MG MG MG MG MG MG MG MG MG MG MG MG MG MG MG MG

R R R R

R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R

CH MG R C R C R C R OM R OM R OM R CH MG R CH MG R

100 1/10W 1.5k 1/2W 1.5k 1/2W 1.5k 1/2W 12k 2W 12k 2W 12k 2W 2.7k 1/10W 2.7k 1/10W

CH MG R

10k 1/10W

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RESISTOR R1714 R1715 R1716 R1717 R1718 R1719 R1720 R1721 R1722 R1723 R1724 R1725 R1726 R1727 R1728 R1729 R1732 R1733 R1734 R1735 R1736 R1737 R1738 R1740 R1741 R1742 R1743 R1744 R1745 R1746 R1747 R1748 R1749 R1750 R1751 R1752 R1753 R1754 R1755 R1756 R1757 R1758 R1759 R1765 R1766 R1771 R1772 R1781 R1782 R1783 R1784 R1801 R1802 R1803 R1811 R1812 R1813 R1815 R1816 R1901 R1902 R1910 R1911 R1921 R1922 R1923 R1924 R1925 R1926 R1929 R1932 R1942 R1943 R1944 R1945 NRSA02J-0R0X NRSA02J-472X NRSA02J-0R0X NRSA02J-472X NRSA02J-0R0X NRSA02J-473X NRSA02J-683X NRSA02J-473X NRSA02J-103X NRSA02J-183X NRSA02J-103X NRSA02J-102X NRSA02J-0R0X NRSA02J-103X NRSA02J-102X NRSA02J-105X NRSA02J-102X NRSA02J-333X NRSA02J-102X NRSA02J-102X NRSA02J-124X NRSA02J-184X NRSA02J-102X NRSA02J-472X NRSA02J-102X NRSA02J-472X NRSA02J-223X NRSA02J-103X NRSA02J-153X NRSA02J-103X NRSA02J-153X NRSA02J-103X NRSA02J-153X NRSA02J-561X NRSA02J-561X NRSA02J-103X NRSA02J-103X NRSA02J-562X NRSA02J-103X NRSA02J-103X NRSA02J-562X NRSA02J-223X NRSA02J-103X NRSA02J-122X NRSA02J-102X NRSA02J-221X NRSA02J-221X NRSA02J-681X NRSA02J-681X NRSA02J-221X NRSA02J-221X NRSA02J-221X NRSA02J-221X NRSA02J-221X NRSA02J-0R0X NRSA02J-0R0X NRSA02J-0R0X NRSA02J-0R0X NRSA02J-103X QRF104K-3R9 QRL039J-393 QRE121J-564Y QRE121J-183Y QRE121J-681Y QRM059J-R22 QRT029J-R39 QRE121J-103Y QRE121J-102Y QRE121J-152Y QRE121J-332Y QRE121J-4R7Y NRSA02J-223X QRE121J-152Y NRSA02J-103X NRSA02J-332X CH CH CH CH CH CH CH CH CH CH CH CH CH CH CH CH CH CH CH CH CH CH CH CH CH CH CH CH CH CH CH CH CH CH CH CH CH CH CH CH CH CH CH CH CH CH CH CH CH CH CH CH CH CH CH CH MG MG MG MG MG MG MG MG MG MG MG MG MG MG MG MG MG MG MG MG MG MG MG MG MG MG MG MG MG MG MG MG MG MG MG MG MG MG MG MG MG MG MG MG MG MG MG MG MG MG MG MG MG MG MG MG R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R 0.0 4.7k 0.0 4.7k 0.0 47k 68k 47k 10k 18k 10k 1k 0.0 10k 1k 1M 1k 33k 1k 1k 120k 180k 1k 4.7k 1k 4.7k 22k 10k 15k 10k 15k 10k 15k 560 560 10k 10k 5.6k 10k 10k 5.6k 22k 10k 1.2k 1k 220 220 680 680 220 220 220 220 220 0.0 0.0 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J K J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J

RESISTOR R1946 R1947 R1948 R1949 R1950 R1951 R1952 R1959 R1961 R1962 R1964 R1965 R1966 ! R1981 NRSA02J-123X QRE121J-470Y NRSA02J-152X NRSA02J-153X NRSA02J-103X NRSA02J-332X NRSA02J-472X NRSA02J-0R0X QRT029J-1R8 QRT029J-1R8 QRE121J-272Y QRE121J-473Y NRSA02J-223X QRZ0057-825 CH MG C R CH MG CH MG CH MG CH MG CH MG CH MG R R R R R R R 12k 47 1.5k 15k 10k 3.3k 4.7k 0.0 1/10W 1/2W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W J J J J J J J J J J J J J J

MF R MF R C R C R CH MG R C R

1.8 2W 1.8 2W 2.7k 1/2W 47k 1/2W 22k 1/10W 8.2M 1W

CAPACITOR C1001 C1007 C1008 C1009 C1011 C1101 C1102 C1103 C1104 C1105 C1111 C1112 C1113 C1114 C1116 C1117 C1118 C1119 C1120 C1123 C1124 C1161 C1162 C1163 C1164 C1165 C1166 C1202 C1207 C1208 C1209 C1210 C1211 C1212 C1213 C1214 C1215 C1251 C1252 C1254 C1256 C1258 C1291 C1292 C1294 C1296 C1301 C1302 C1303 C1304 C1305 C1306 C1307 C1308 C1309 C1311 C1312 C1313 QETN1HM-106Z QETN1CM-477Z QETN1EM-476Z QETN1EM-476Z NCB21HK-103X NCB21HK-103X NCB21HK-103X NDC21HJ-680X NCB21HK-103X NCB21HK-103X QETN1EM-476Z NCB21HK-103X NCB21HK-103X NCB21HK-103X QFV71HJ-224Z QETN1EM-476Z NCB21HK-103X NDC21HJ-681X QETN1HM-225Z NCB21HK-103X NCB21HK-103X QETN1HM-106Z NCB21HK-333X NDC21HJ-470X NDC21HJ-470X NCB21HK-103X NCB21HK-103X QETN1CM-107Z NCB21HK-104X QETN1HM-475Z QETN1CM-227Z NCB21HK-103X NDC21HJ-681X NCB21HK-104X QETN1HM-105Z NCB21HK-104X QETN1HM-106Z QETN1HM-106Z QETN1HM-106Z QETN1CM-477Z QETN1CM-107Z QETN1CM-227Z QETN1CM-107Z QETN1CM-107Z QETN1CM-107Z QETN1CM-107Z NDC21HJ-150X NDC21HJ-150X NDC21HJ-120X NCB21HK-103X NDC21HJ-120X QETN1EM-476Z NCB21HK-103X NCB21HK-104X NCB21HK-104X QETN1HM-225Z NCB21HK-103X QETN1HM-475Z E CAP. E CAP. E CAP. E CAP. CH C CAP. CH C CAP. CH C CAP. CH C CAP. CH C CAP. CH C CAP. E CAP. CH C CAP. CH C CAP. CH C CAP. TF CAP. E CAP. CH C CAP. CH C CAP. E CAP. CH C CAP. CH C CAP. E CAP. CH C CAP. CH C CAP. CH C CAP. CH C CAP. CH C CAP. E CAP. CH C CAP. E CAP. E CAP. CH C CAP. CH C CAP. CH C CAP. E CAP. CH C CAP. E CAP. E CAP. E CAP. E CAP. E CAP. E CAP. E CAP. E CAP. E CAP. E CAP. CH C CAP. CH C CAP. CH C CAP. CH C CAP. CH C CAP. E CAP. CH C CAP. CH C CAP. CH C CAP. E CAP. CH C CAP. E CAP. 10 F 470 F 47 F 47 F 0.01 F 0.01 F 0.01 F 68pF 0.01 F 0.01 F 47 F 0.01 F 0.01 F 0.01 F 0.22 F 47 F 0.01 F 680pF 2.2 F 0.01 F 0.01 F 10 F 0.033 F 47pF 47pF 0.01 F 0.01 F 100 F 0.1 F 4.7 F 220 F 0.01 F 680pF 0.1 F 1 F 0.1 F 10 F 10 F 10 F 470 F 100 F 220 F 100 F 100 F 100 F 100 F 15pF 15pF 12pF 0.01 F 12pF 47 F 0.01 F 0.1 F 0.1 F 2.2 F 0.01 F 4.7 F 50V 16V 25V 25V 50V 50V 50V 50V 50V 50V 25V 50V 50V 50V 50V 25V 50V 50V 50V 50V 50V 50V 50V 50V 50V 50V 50V 16V 50V 50V 16V 50V 50V 50V 50V 50V 50V 50V 50V 16V 16V 16V 16V 16V 16V 16V 50V 50V 50V 50V 50V 25V 50V 50V 50V 50V 50V 50V M M M M K K K J K K M K K K J M K J M K K M K J J K K M K M M K J K M K M M M M M M M M M M J J J K J M K K K M K M

CH MG R CH MG R CH MG R UNF R OM R C R C R C R MP R MF R C R C R C R C R C R CH MG R C R CH MG R CH MG R

0.0 1/10W 0.0 1/10W 10k 1/10W 3.9 10W 39k 3W 560K 1/2W 18k 1/2W 680 1/2W 0.22 5W 039 2W 10k 1/2W 1k 1/2W 1.5k 1/2W 3.3k 1/2W 4.7 1/2W 22k 1/10W 1.5k 1/2W 10k 1/10W 3.3k 1/10W

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CAPACITOR C1342 C1354 C1355 C1356 C1357 C1382 C1401 C1402 C1403 C1405 C1406 C1410 C1411 C1412 C1413 C1414 C1415 C1416 C1501 C1503 C1505 C1506 C1507 C1511 C1521 C1522 C1523 C1524 C1525 C1526 C1541 C1543 C1546 C1547 C1561 C1581 C1583 C1584 C1601 C1603 C1604 C1605 C1606 C1607 C1608 C1609 C1610 C1611 C1612 C1613 C1614 C1615 C1651 C1652 C1653 C1654 C1655 C1656 C1657 C1701 C1703 C1704 C1706 C1707 C1708 C1709 C1711 C1712 C1713 C1714 C1715 C1716 C1717 C1718 C1719 QETN1HM-335Z NDC21HJ-271X NDC21HJ-271X NDC21HJ-331X QETN1CM-107Z QCZ0121-102 QETN1HM-105Z QETN1HM-105Z QEM61EK-225Z QFV71HJ-104Z QFLC1HJ-472Z QETN1VM-107Z QETN1VM-477Z QFLB2AK-154 QETN1EM-108Z QETN1HM-105Z QFLC1HJ-152Z NDC21HJ-681X QETN1CM-107Z NCB21HK-103X NCB21HK-103X NCB21HK-103X QETN1HM-105Z QETN1HM-106Z QCB32HK-151Z QCB32HK-331Z QETN2CM-105Z QFZ0198-782 QFZ0119-434 QEZ0203-476 QETN2EM-106Z QETN1VM-477Z QETN1CM-227Z QETN1CM-227Z QETN1VM-107Z QFLC1HJ-473Z QFV71HJ-104Z QFLC2AJ-103Z QENC1HM-105Z QETN1HM-106Z QETN1HM-106Z QETN1EM-477Z NCB21EK-224X QETM1EM-228 QETN1EM-476Z QETN1HM-106Z QETN1HM-106Z NCB21EK-224X QETN1HM-105Z QETN1EM-107Z QETN1HM-106Z QETN1HM-226Z NCB21HK-332X QENC1CM-106Z QETN1HM-105Z QETN1HM-106Z QETN1CM-107Z NCB21HK-332X QETN1HM-106Z NRSA02J-0R0X NRSA02J-0R0X NCB21HK-102X QETN1AM-227Z NCB21HK-103X QETN1HM-106Z QETN1HM-106Z NDC21HJ-151X NCB21HK-104X QETN1HM-105Z NDC21HJ-221X NCB21HK-102X QENC1HM-474Z NDC21HJ-180X NDC21HJ-220X QETN1CM-107Z E CAP. CH C CAP. CH C CAP. CH C CAP. E CAP. C CAP. E CAP. E CAP. E CAP. TF CAP. M CAP. E CAP. E CAP. M CAP. E CAP. E CAP. M CAP. CH C CAP. E CAP. CH C CAP. CH C CAP. CH C CAP. E CAP. E CAP. C CAP. C CAP. E. CAP MPP CAP. MPP CAP. E CAP. E CAP. E CAP. E CAP. E CAP. E CAP. M CAP. TF CAP. M CAP. BP E CAP. E CAP. E CAP. E CAP. CH C CAP. E CAP. E CAP. E CAP. E CAP. CH C CAP. E CAP. E CAP. E CAP. E CAP. CH C CAP. BP E CAP. E CAP. E CAP. E CAP. CH C CAP. E CAP. CH MG R CH MG R CH C CAP. E CAP. CH C CAP. E CAP. E CAP. CH C CAP. CH C CAP. E CAP. CH C CAP. CH C CAP. BP E CAP. CH C CAP. CH C CAP. E CAP. 3.3 F 270pF 270pF 330pF 100 F 1000pF 1F 1F 2.2 F 0.1F 4700pF 100 F 470 F 0.47F 1000F 1F 1500pF 680pF 100 F 0.01F 0.01F 0.01F 1F 10F 50V 50V 50V 50V 16V 3kV 50V 50V 25V 50V 50V 35V 35V 100V 25V 50V 50V 50V 16V 50V 50V 50V 50V 50V M J J J M Z M M K J J M M K M M J J M K K K M M

CAPACITOR C1720 C1723 C1724 C1725 C1727 C1733 C1734 C1735 C1736 C1738 C1742 C1765 C1771 C1772 C1805 C1806 C1811 C1812 C1813 ! C1901 ! C1902 C1903 C1904 C1905 C1906 C1921 C1922 C1924 C1925 C1926 C1928 C1931 C1941 C1942 C1943 C1944 C1945 C1946 C1947 C1952 C1953 C1957 C1961 C1962 ! C1981 ! C1982 ! C1983 C1984 NCB21HK-104X NDC21HJ-151X QETN1HM-105Z NDC21HJ-151X NCB21HK-103X QETN1EM-476Z NCB21HK-104X NCB21HK-103X QETN1CM-107Z QETN1EM-476Z QETN1HM-225Z NDC21HJ-101X QETN1EM-476Z NCB21HK-103X QETN1CM-227Z NCB21HK-103X NCB21HK-103X NCB21HK-103X NCB21HK-103X QFZ9040-104 QFZ9040-104 QCZ9086-472 QCZ9086-472 QCZ9086-472 QEZ0199-127 QCZ0325-102 QCS31HJ-471Z QETN1VM-107Z QFLC1HJ-102Z QFLC1HJ-182Z QFV71HJ-104Z QCZ0122-391 QCZ0122-471 QEZ0203-107 QCB32HK-471Z QETN1EM-108Z QETN1EM-227Z QETN1EM-107Z QETN1HM-106Z QETM1EM-228 QCZ0122-471 NDC21HJ-471X QETN1CM-107Z QETN1EM-476Z QCZ9079-471 QCZ9079-102 QCZ9079-471 QETN1VM-337Z CH C CAP. CH C CAP. E CAP. CH C CAP. CH C CAP. E CAP. CH C CAP. CH C CAP. E CAP. E CAP. E CAP. CH C CAP. E CAP. CH C CAP. E CAP. CH C CAP. CH C CAP. CH C CAP. CH C CAP. MF CAP. MF CAP. C CAP. C CAP. C CAP. E CAP. C CAP. C CAP. E CAP. M CAP. M CAP. TF CAP. C CAP. C E C E E E E E CAP. CAP. CAP. CAP. CAP. CAP. CAP. CAP. 0.1 F 150pF 1 F 150pF 0.01 F 47 F 0.1 F 0.01 F 100 F 47 F 2.2 F 100pF 47 F 0.01 F 220 F 0.01 F 0.01 F 0.01 F 0.01 F 0.1 F 0.1 F 4700pF 4700pF 4700pF 120 F 1000pF 470pF 100 F 1000pF 1800pF 0.1 F 390pF 470pF 100 F 470pF 1000 F 220 F 100 F 10 F 2200 F 50V 50V 50V 50V 50V 25V 50V 50V 16V 25V 50V 50V 25V 50V 16V 50V 50V 50V 50V AC275V AC275V AC400V AC400V AC400V 400V 2kV 50V 35V 50V 50V 50V 2kV 2kV 160V 500V 25V 25V 25V 50V 25V K J M J K M K K M M M J M K M K K K K M M P P P M K J M J J J K K M K M M M M M K J M M K K K M

150pF 500V K 330pF 500V K 1F 160V M 7800pF 1.5kVH 3% 0.43F 200V 3% 47F 160V M 10F 250V M 470 F 35V M 220 F 220 F 100 F 0.047 F 0.1F 0.01F 1F 10F 10F 470 F 0.22F 2200F 47F 10F 10F 0.22F 1F 100 F 10F 22F 3300pF 10F 1F 10F 16V 16V 35V 50V 50V 100V 50V 50V 50V 25V 25V 25V 25V 50V 50V 25V 50V 25V 50V 50V 50V 16V 50V 50V M M M J J J M M M M K M M M M K M M M M K M M M M K M J J K M K M M J K M J K M J J M

C CAP. CH C CAP. E CAP. E CAP. C CAP. C CAP. C CAP. E CAP.

470pF 2kV 470pF 50V 100 F 16V 47 F 25V 470pF AC250V 1000pF AC250V 470pF AC250V 330 F 35V

TRANSFORMER T1111 T1521 ! T1921 CELT001-209J3 CE42034-001 CETS109-001JK CW TRANSF. HOR DRIVE TRANSF. SW TRANSF.

100 F 16V 3300pF 50V 10F 50V 0.0 1/10W 0.0 1/10W 1000pF 50V 220 F 10V 0.01F 50V 10F 10F 150pF 0.1F 1F 220pF 1000pF 0.47F 18pF 22pF 100 F 50V 50V 50V 50V 50V 50V 50V 50V 50V 50V 16V

COIL L1001 L1003 L1101 L1131 L1161 L1205 L1301 L1381 L1501 L1701 L1702 L1708 L1771 L1941 L1942 QQL03BJ-150Z QQL03BJ-4R7Z QQLZ014-R22 QQL03BJ-150Z QQL03BJ-220Z QQL03BJ-4R7Z QQL03BJ-390Z QQL03BJ-390Z QQL03BJ-4R7Z QQL03BJ-4R7Z QQL03BJ-4R7Z QQL03BJ-560Z QQL03BJ-4R7Z QQL26AK-820Z QQL26AK-820Z COIL COIL COIL COIL COIL COIL COIL COIL COIL COIL COIL COIL COIL CHOKE COIL CHOKE COIL 15 H 4.7 H 0.22 H 15 H 22 H 4.7 H 39 H 39 H 4.7 H 4.7 H 4.7 H 56 H 4.7 H 82 H 82 H J J J J J J J J J J J J K K

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DIODE D1001 D1201 D1202 D1253 D1254 D1255 D1256 D1341 D1401 D1402 D1510 D1541 D1542 D1543 D1544 D1561 D1562 D1581 D1582 D1601 D1602 D1604 D1605 D1651 D1652 D1657 D1701 D1702 D1703 D1704 D1705 D1706 D1707 D1771 D1772 D1801 D1802 D1803 D1805 D1901 D1903 D1905 D1921 D1922 D1923 D1924 D1927 D1928 D1929 D1941 D1942 D1943 D1945 D1948 D1961 D1962 MTZJ33A-T2 1SS133-T2 MTZJ7.5B-T2 MTZJ5.6A-T2 MTZJ5.6A-T2 MTZJ5.6A-T2 MTZJ5.6A-T2 1SS133-T2 1N4003-T2 MTZJ75-T2 1SS133-T2 RH1S-T3 RGP10J-5025-T3 RGP10J-5025-T3 RH1S-T3 1SS81-T2 MTZJ7.5S-T2 RGP10J-5025-T3 MTZJ9.1B-T2 1SS133-T2 1SS133-T2 MTZJ7.5B-T2 1SS133-T2 MTZJ5.6A-T2 MTZJ5.6A-T2 MTZJ9.1C-T2 1SS133-T2 1SS133-T2 1SS133-T2 1SS133-T2 MTZJ5.6A-T2 SLR-342VR-T16 SLR-342DU-T16 MTZJ6.2B-T2 MTZJ6.2B-T2 MTZJ15B-T2 MTZJ15B-T2 MTZJ15B-T2 MTZJ15B-T2 D2SBA60 RGP10J-5025-T3 MTZJ6.8A-T2 RGP10J-5025-T3 RGP10J-5025-T3 MTZJ15A-T2 1SS133-T2 1SS133-T2 1SS133-T2 MTZJ15A-T2 RU3AM-LFC4 RGP10J-5025-T3 1SS133-T2 MTZJ5.6B-T2 RGP10J-5025-T3 MTZJ7.5S-T2 1SS133-T2 ZENER DIODE SI DIODE ZENER DIODE ZENER DIODE ZENER DIODE ZENER DIODE ZENER DIODE SI DIODE SI DIODE ZENER DIODE SI DIODE SI DIODE SI DIODE SI DIODE SI DIODE SI DIODE ZENER DIODE SI DIODE ZENER DIODE SI DIODE SI DIODE ZENER DIODE SI DIODE ZENER DIODE ZENER DIODE ZENER DIODE SI DIODE SI DIODE SI DIODE SI DIODE ZENER DIODE LED (RED) LED (ORG) ZENER DIODE ZENER DIODE ZENER DIODE ZENER DIODE ZENER DIODE ZENER DIODE BRIDGE DIODE SI DIODE ZENER DIODE SI DIODE SI DIODE ZENER DIODE SI DIODE SI DIODE SI DIODE ZENER DIODE SI DIODE SI DIODE SI DIODE ZENER DIODE SI DIODE ZENER DIODE SI DIODE

TRANSISTOR Q1521 Q1522 Q1602 Q1603 Q1606 Q1607 Q1608 Q1651 Q1701 Q1702 Q1703 Q1705 Q1761 Q1921 Q1941 Q1942 Q1943 Q1944 Q1961 BSN304-T 2SD1878-YD DTC323TK-X 2SA1037AK/QR/-X 2SA1037AK/QR/-X 2SC2412K/QR/-X 2SC2412K/QR/-X DTC363TK-X 2SC2412K/QR/-X 2SC2412K/QR/-X DTC124EKA-X DTC124EKA-X 2SC2412K/QR/-X 2SA933AS/QR/-T 2SA966/OY/-T 2SC2412K/QR/-X 2SC2412K/QR/-X 2SC2412K/QR/-X 2SA949/Y/Z1-T TRANSISTOR PW TRANSISTOR DIGI TRANSISTOR SI TRANSISTOR SI TRANSISTOR CHIP TRANSISTOR CHIP TRANSISTOR DIGI TRANSISTOR CHIP TRANSISTOR CHIP TRANSISTOR DIGI TRANSISTOR DIGI TRANSISTOR CHIP TRANSISTOR SI TRANSISTOR SI TRANSISTOR CHIP TRANSISTOR CHIP TRANSISTOR CHIP TRANSISTOR SI TRANSISTOR H.OUT

IC IC1001 IC1101 IC1201 IC1251 IC1291 IC1292 IC1293 IC1401 IC1541 IC1601 IC1602 IC1651 IC1701 IC1702 IC1703 IC1704 IC1921 IC1941 AN78L05-T M52342SP TB1230AN BA7612N AN78N05 AN78L09-T KIA78L05BP-T LA7840 AN7809F LA4285 SI-5001X-X LA7016 M37272MA-054SP L78LR05E-MA GP1U281Q AT24C02-21F3PX STR-F6654 SE135N IC (5V REG) IC IC IC IC (5V REG) IC (9V REG) IC IC IC IC IC IC IC IC IC IC (9V REG)

(MICROCOMPUTER) (5V REG/RESET) (MEMORY) (Service)

SW REG IC IC

OTHERS CF1001 CF1131 CF1161 CN100X CN10B1 ! CP1941 ! CP1942 EF1301 ! F1901 FC1901 FC1902 ! FR1542 ! FR1561 ! FR1585 FR1586 ! FR1602 ! FR1720 J1001 J1002 J1003 J1004 J1006 K1401 K1921 K1923 K1941 K1942 K1943 ! LF1901 ! PC1921 LC30114-001C-H FTP47.25MF QAX0339-001 SFSH4.5MCB CH41169-R03Y CH41169-R03Y ICP-N75-Y ICP-N50-Y CE42142-222Z QMF51E2-3R15J4 CEMG002-001Z CEMG002-001Z QRZ9023-1R0 QRZ9017-4R7 QRZ9021-1R5 QRE121J-332Y QRZ9023-3R3 QRZ9017-270 QNN0348-002 QNN0348-002 CEMN065-001 CEMN065-002 QMS3007-C01 QQR0621-001Z QQR0621-001Z QQR0582-001Z QQR0621-001Z QQR0582-001Z QQR0621-001Z QQR0673-002 TLP621(GR)-LF2 LED HOLDER CERAMIC TRAP CERAMIC TRAP CERAMIC FILTER EH POST HEADER EH POST HEADER IC PROTECTOR IC PROTECTOR EMI FILTER FUSE 3.15A FUSE CLIP FUSE CLIP FUSIBLE RESISTOR F R 4.7 F R 1.5 C R 3.3k FUSIBLE RESISTOR FUSIBLE RESISTOR PIN JACK PIN JACK PIN JACK PIN JACK 3.5 JACK BEADS CORE BEADS CORE BEADS CORE BEADS CORE BEADS CORE BEADS CORE LINE FILTER IC (PHOTO COUPLER)

TRANSISTOR Q1101 Q1111 Q1131 Q1161 Q1201 Q1202 Q1251 Q1301 Q1302 Q1341 Q1342 Q1351 Q1352 Q1353 Q1401 Q1511 2SC5083/L-P/-T DTC124EKA-X 2SC2412K/QR/-X 2SC2412K/QR/-X 2SC2412K/QR/-X 2SC2412K/QR/-X 2SC1740S/QR/-T 2SC2412K/QR/-X 2SC2412K/QR/-X 2SC2412K/QR/-X 2SC2412K/QR/-X 2SC4544-LB 2SC4544-LB 2SC4544-LB 2SC2412K/QR/-X 2SC2785/JH/-T SI TRANSISTOR DIGI TRANSISTOR CHIP TRANSISTOR CHIP TRANSISTOR CHIP TRANSISTOR CHIP TRANSISTOR SI TRANSISTOR CHIP TRANSISTOR CHIP TRANSISTOR CHIP TRANSISTOR CHIP TRANSISTOR POWER TRANSISTOR POWER TRANSISTOR POWER TRANSISTOR CHIP TRANSISTOR SI TRANSISTOR

1/4W 1W 1/2W

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OTHERS S1701 S1702 S1703 S1704 S1705 ! S1901 SF1101 ! SK1351 TH1901 TU1001 ! VA1901 X1301 X1701 QSW0619-003Z QSW0619-003Z QSW0619-003Z QSW0619-003Z QSW0619-003Z QSP4K21-C01 QAX0324-002 CE42535-001J1 QAD0101-9R0 QAU0190-001 ERZV10V621CS QAX0305-001Z QAX0468-001Z PUSH SWITCH PUSH SWITCH PUSH SWITCH PUSH SWITCH PUSH SWITCH PUSH SWITCH SAW FILTER CRT SOCKET P THERMISTOR TUNER VARISTOR X TAL X TAL VOL+ VOLCH+ CHMENU POWER

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REMOTE CONTROL UNIT PARTS LIST (RM-C372-1H)


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