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0160
51SWX20B DP27
57SWX20B DP27
65SWX20B DP27
57TWX20B DP27D
SERVICE MANUAL 65TWX20B DP27D
DP27 DP27D R/C: CLU-5722TSI
NTSC
Chassis CLU-121S

CONTENTS
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
SERVICING PRECAUTIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
TECHNICAL CAUTIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
SPECIFICATIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
CIRCUIT PROTECTION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
CAUTIONS WHEN CONNECTING/DISCONNECTING THE HV CONNECTOR . . . . . .12
GENERAL INFORMATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .13
REMOTE CONTROL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .14
CUSTOMIZED PICTURE AND SOUND ADJUSTMENTS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .15
REAR PANEL CONNECTION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .19
DISPLAY PICTURE FORMATS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .25
SERVICE ADJUSTMENTS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .29
TROUBLESHOOTING . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .60
WAVEFORMS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .63
DC VOLTAGE TABLES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .67
PROTECTION CIRCUIT BLOCK DIAGRAM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .83
CIRCUIT SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .85
PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARDS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .96
BLOCK DIAGRAM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .108
WIRING DIAGRAM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .109
FINAL WIRING DRAWING . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .110
TROUBLESHOOTING BLOCK DIAGRAMS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .112
EXPLODED VIEW . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .138
EXPLODED VIEW PARTS LIST . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .144
REPLACEMENT PARTS LIST . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .149
QUICK REFERENCE PARTS LIST . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .177
DISASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .178
DISASSEMBLY/ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS FOR 65” SPLIT PTV . . . . . . . . . . . . . .183
CAUTION: These servicing instructions are for use by qualified service personnel only. To reduce the risk of
electric shock do not perform any servicing other than that contained in the operating instructions
unless you are qualified to do so. Before servicing this chassis, it is important that the service
technician read the “IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS” in this service manual.
SAFETY NOTICE
USE ISOLATION TRANSFORMER WHEN SERVICING
Components having special safety characteristics are identified by a ! on the schematics and on the parts list in this
Service Data and its supplements and bulletins. Before servicing the chassis, it is important that the service technician
read and follow the “Important Safety Instructions” in this Service Manual.

SPECIFICATIONS AND PARTS ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE FOR IMPROVEMENT


PROJECTION COLOR TELEVISION
MAY 2002
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HHEA-MANUFACTURING DIVISION
DP27/27D
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
USE ISOLATION TRANSFORMER WHEN SERVICING

Components having special safety characteristics are identified by a ! on the schematics and on the parts list in this service
manual and its supplements and bulletins. Before servicing this chassis, it is important that the service technician read and
follow the “Important Safety Instructions” in this Service Manual.

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

This Service Manual is intended for qualified service technicians; it is not meant for the casual do-it-yourselfer. Qualified
technicians have the necessary test equipment and tools, and have been trained to properly and safely repair complex
products such as those covered by this manual.
Improperly performed repairs can adversely affect the safety and reliability of the product and may void warranty. If you
are not qualified to perform the repair of this product properly and safely, you should not risk trying to do so and refer the
repair to a qualified service technician.

WARNING
Lead in solder used in this product is listed by the California Health and Welfare agency as a known reproductive toxicant which
may cause birth defects or other reproductive harm (California Health and Safety Code, Section 25249.5).

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

This television receiver provides display of television closed captioning in accordance with section 15.119 of the FCC rules.

FEDERAL COMMUNICATIONS COMMISSION NOTICE


This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the
FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential
installation. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in
accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee
that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or
television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct
the interference by one or more of the following measures:

• Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.


• Increase the separation between the equipment and the receiver.
• Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected.
• Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/television technician for help.

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DP27/27D

IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTION

1. Before returning an instrument to the customer, always


make a safety check of the entire instrument, including
but not limited to the following items. (READING
a. Be sure that no built-in protective devices are SHOULD NOT
defective and/or have been deleted during servicing. LEAKAGE
CURRENT BE ABOVE 0.5mA)
(1) Protective shields are provided on this chassis to DEVICE TESTER
protect both the technician and the customer. UNDER
Correctly replace all missing protective shields, TEST
including any removed for servicing convenience. (2) TEST ALL
EXPOSED
When reinstalling the chassis and/or other assembly METAL SURFACES
in the cabinet, be sure to put back in place all EARTH
2-WIRE CORD
protective devices, including but not limited to, GROUND
nonmetallic control knobs, insulating fishpaper, ALSO TEST WITH PLUG
adjustment and compartment covers/shields, and REVERSED
isolation resistor/capacitor networks. Do not operate (USING AC ADAPTER
PLUS AS REQUIRED)
this instrument or permit it to be operated without
all protective devices correctly installed and AC Leakage Test
functioning. Servicers who defeat safety features
or fail to perform safety checks may be liable for ANY MEASUREMENTS NOT WITHIN THE LIMITS
any resulting damage. SPECIFIED HEREIN INDICATE A POTENTIAL
SHOCK HAZARD THAT MUST BE ELIMINATED
b. Be sure that there are no cabinet openings through BEFORE RETURNING THE INSTRUMENT TO THE
which an adult or child might be able to insert their CUSTOMER OR BEFORE CONNECTING THE
fingers and contact a hazardous voltage. Such ANTENNA OR ACCESSORIES.
openings include, but are not limited to (1) spacing
between the picture tube and cabinet mask, (2) e. High Voltage – This receiver is provided with a hold
excessively wide cabinet ventilation slots, and (3) an down circuit for clearly indicating that voltage has
improperly fitted and/or incorrectly secured cabinet increased in excess of a predetermined value.
back cover. Comply will all notes described in this Service Manual
regarding this hold down circuit when servicing, so
c. Antenna Cold Check – With the instrument AC plug that this hold down circuit may correctly be operated.
removed from any AC source, connect an electrical
jumper across the two AC plug prongs. Place the f. Service Warning – With maximum contrast, operating
instrument AC switch in the on position. Connect one high voltage in this receiver is lower than 30.5 kV. In
lead of an ohmmeter to the AC plug prongs tied case any component having influence on high voltage
together and touch the other ohmmeter lead in turn to is replaced, confirm that the high voltage with
each tuner antenna input, exposed terminal screw maximum contrast is lower than 30.5 kV.
and, if applicable, to the coaxial connector. If the To measure H.V. use a high impedance H.V. meter.
measured resistance is less than 1.0 megohms or Connect (-) to chassis earth and (+) to the CRT anode
greater than 5.2 megohms, an abnormality exists that button. (See the following connection diagram.)
must be corrected before the instrument is returned to
the customer. Repeat this test with the instrument AC Note: Turn power switch off without fail before the
switch in the off position. connection to the anode button is made.

d. Leakage Current Hot Check – With the instrument


completely reassembled, plug the AC line cord
directly into a 120V AC outlet. (Do not use an isolation
transformer during this test.) Use a leakage current
tester or a metering system that complies with
American National Standards Institute (ANSI) C101.0
Leakage Current for Appliances and Underwriters
Laboratories (UL) 1410, (50.7). With the instrument
AC switch first in the on position and then in the off Chassis
ground
position, measure from a known earth ground (metal
waterpipe, conduit, etc.) to all exposed metal parts of
the instrument (antennas, handle bracket, metal FBT
(TH01)
cabinet, screw heads, metallic overlays, control High Impedance
shafts, etc.), especially any exposed metal parts that H.V. meter High voltage
connector
offer an electrical return path to the chassis. Any
Deflection P.W.B.
current measured must not exceed 0.5 milliamps.
Reverse the instrument power cord plug in the outlet
and repeat test.

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DP27/27D

IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS


g. X-radiation – TUBE: The primary source of X- h. X-radiation Shield –
radiation in this receiver is the picture tube. The tube 1. This receiver is provided with X-ray shield plates
utilized for the above mentioned function in this for protection against X-radiation. Do not remove
chassis is specially constructed to limit X-radiation X-ray shield plates A, B, or C shown in Fig. 1
emissions. unnecessarily, when troubleshooting and/or
For continued X-radiation protection, the replacement making test measurements.
tube must be the same type as the original, Hitachi 2. To prevent X-radiation, after replacement of
approved type. picture tube and lens, confirm these components
When troubleshooting and making test measure- to be fixed correctly to bracket and cabinet, and
ments in a receiver with a problem of excessive high not to be taken off easily.
voltage, avoid being unnecessarily close to the pic-
ture tube and the high voltage component.
Do not operate the chassis longer than is necessary
to locate the cause of excessive voltage.

Shield Plate A

Glass Lens for Shielding

Shield Plate B

Shield Plate C
Shield Plate C

Shield Plate D

Detailing X-radiation shield


Fig. 1. Installation of shield lens, shield cover and shield plates (oblique view).
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DP27/27D
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
2. Read and comply with all caution and safety-related 7. Components, parts, and/or wiring that appear to have
notes on or inside the receiver cabinet, on the overheated or are otherwise damaged should be
receiver chassis, or on the picture tube. replaced with components, parts, or wiring that meet
original specifications. Additionally, determine the
cause of overheating and/or damage and, if
3. Design Alteration Warning – Do not alter or add to necessary, take corrective action to remove any
the mechanical or electrical design of this TV receiver. potential safety hazard.
Design alterations and additions including but not
limited to circuit modifications and the addition of 8. PRODUCT SAFETY NOTICE – Many TV electrical
items such as auxiliary audio and/or video output and mechanical parts have special safety-related
connectors, might alter the safety characteristics of characteristics some of which are often not evident
this receiver and create a hazard to the user. Any from visual inspection, nor can the protection they
design alterations or additions may void the give necessarily be obtained by replacing them with
manufacturer’s warranty and may make you, the components rated for higher voltage, wattage, etc.
servicer, responsible for personal injury or property Parts that have special safety characteristics are
damage resulting therefrom. identified in Hitachi service data by shading on
schematics and by a ! in the parts list. Use of
substitute replacement that does not have the same
4. Picture Tube Implosion Protection Warning – The
safety characteristics as the recommended replace-
picture tube in this receiver employs integral
ment part in Hitachi service data parts list might
implosion protection. For continued implosion
protection, replace the picture tube only with one of create shock, fire, and/or other hazards. Product
the same type number. Do not remove, install, or safety is under review continuously and new
otherwise handle the picture tube in any manner instructions are issued whenever appropriate. For the
without first putting on shatterproof goggles equipped latest information, always consult the appropriate
with side shields. People not so equipped must be current Hitachi service literature. A subscription to, or
kept safely away while picture tubes are handled. additional copies of service literature may be obtained
Keep the picture tube away from your body. Do not at a nominal charge from Hitachi.
handle the picture tube by its neck.

5. Hot Chassis Warning – a. Some TV receiver chassis


are electrically connected directly to one conductor of
the AC power cord and may be safely serviced
without an isolation transformer only if the AC power
plug is inserted so that the chassis is connected to the
ground side of the AC power source. Confirm that the
AC power plug is inserted correctly with an AC
voltmeter by measuring between the chassis and a
known earth ground. If a voltage reading in excess of
1.0V is obtained, remove and reinsert the AC power
plug in the opposite polarity and again measure the
voltage potential between the chassis and a known
earth ground. b. Some TV receiver chassis normally
have 85V AC (RMS) between chassis and earth
ground regardless of the AC plug polarity. These
chassis can be safely serviced only with an isolation
transformer inserted in the power line between the
receiver and the AC power source, for both personnel
and test equipment protection. c. Some TV receiver
chassis have a secondary ground system in addition
to the main chassis ground. This secondary ground
system is not isolated from the AC power line. The two
ground systems are electrically separated by
insulating material that must not be defeated or
altered.

6. Observe original lead dress. Take extra care to assure


correct lead dress in the following areas: a. near
sharp edges, b. near thermally hot parts – be sure
that leads and components do not touch thermally hot
parts, c. the AC supply, d. high voltage and e. antenna
wiring. Always inspect in all areas for pinched, out-of-
plate, or frayed wiring. Do not change spacing
between components and the printed circuit board.
Check AC power cord for damage.
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DP27/27D

SERVICING PRECAUTIONS
CAUTION: Before servicing instruments covered by this 7. Do not apply AC power to this instrument and/or any of its
service data and its supplements and addenda, read and electrical assemblies unless all solid-state device heat-
follow the “Important Safety Instructions” on page 3 of this sinks are correctly installed.
publication.
NOTE: If unforeseen circumstances create conflict between 8. Always connect the test instrument ground lead to the
the following servicing precautions and any of the safety appropriate instrument chassis ground before connecting
precautions on page 3 of this publication, always follow the the test instrument positive lead. Always remove the test
safety precautions. Remember: Safety First. instrument ground lead last.

General Servicing Guidelines 9. Use with this instrument only the test fixtures specified in
1. Always unplug the instrument AC power cord from the AC this service data.
power source before: CAUTION: Do not connect the test fixture ground strap
a. Removing or reinstalling any component, circuit to any heatsink in this instrument.
board, module, or any other instrument assembly.
Electrostatically Sensitive (ES) Devices
b. Disconnecting or reconnecting any instrument Some semiconductor (solid state) devices can be damaged
electrical plug or other electrical connection. easily by static electricity. Such components commonly are
called Electrostatically Sensitive (ES) Devices. Examples of
c. Connecting a test substitute in parallel with an typical ES devices are integrated circuits and some field-
electrolytic capacitor in the instrument. effect transistors and semiconductor “chip” components. The
CAUTION: A wrong part substitution or incorrect following techniques should be used to help reduce the
polarity installation of electrolytic incidence of component damage caused by static electricity.
capacitors may result in an explosion
hazard. 1. Immediately before handling any semiconductor
component or semiconductor-equipped assembly, drain
d. Discharging the picture tube anode. off any electrostatic charge on your body by touching a
known earth ground. Alternatively, obtain and wear a
2. Test high voltage only by measuring it with an appropriate commercially available discharging wrist strap device,
high voltage meter or other voltage measuring device which should be removed for potential shock reasons
(DVM, FETVOM, etc.) equipped with a suitable high prior to applying power to the unit under test.
voltage probe. Do not test high voltage by “drawing an
arc.” The H.V. Distribution Box has an internal 400MΩ 2. After removing an electrical assembly equipped with ES
resistor (bleeder resistor) connected from the high devices, place the assembly on a conductive surface
voltage to ground. After power is removed from the such as aluminum foil, to prevent electrostatic charge
instrument the high voltage will discharge through the buildup or exposure of the assembly.
high voltage bleeder resistor. If the tubes have high
voltage after power is removed, then the bleeder resistor 3. Use only a grounded-tip soldering iron to solder or
is defective or the bleeder ground is disconnected. desolder ES devices.

3. Discharge the picture tube’s anode at any of the R, G, or 4. Use only can anti-static type solder removal device.
B outputs on the H.V. Distribution Box only by (a) first Some solder removal devices not classified as “anti-
connecting one end of an insulated clip lead to the static” can generate electrical charges sufficient to
degaussing or kine aquadag grounding system shield at damage ES device.
the point where the picture tube socket ground lead is
connected, and then (b) touch the other end of the 5. Do not use freon-propelled chemicals. These can
insulated clip lead to the picture tube high voltage generate electrical charges sufficient to damage ES
distribution box R, G, or B output, using an insulated devices.
handle to avoid personal contact with high voltage.
6. Do not remove a replacement ES device from its
4. Do not spray chemicals on or near this instrument or any protective package until immediately before you are
of its assemblies. ready to install it. (Most replacement ES devices are
packaged with leads electrically shorted together by
5. Unless specified otherwise in these service data, clean conductive foam, aluminum foil or comparable conductive
electrical contracts by applying the following mixture to material.)
the contacts with a pipe cleaner, cotton-tipped stick or
comparable nonabrasive applicator: 10% (by volume) 7. Immediately before removing the protective material from
Acetone and 90% (by volume) isopropyl alcohol (90%- the leads of a replacement ES device, touch the
99% strength). protective material to the chassis or circuit assembly into
CAUTION: This is a flammable mixture. Unless which the device will be installed.
specified otherwise in these service data, CAUTION: Be sure no power is applied to the chassis or
lubrication of contacts is not required. circuit, and observe all other safety
precautions.
6. Do not defeat any plug/socket B+ voltage interlocks with
which instruments covered by this service data might be 8. Minimize bodily motions when handling unpackaged
equipped. replacement ES devices. (Otherwise harmless motion
such as the brushing together of your clothes fabric or the
lifting of your foot from a carpeted floor can generate
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DP27/27D
SERVICING PRECATIONS
General Soldering Guidelines Removal
1. Use a grounded-tip, low-wattage soldering iron and 1. Desolder and straighten each IC lead in one operation by
appropriate tip size and shape that will maintain tip gently prying up on the lead with the soldering iron tip as
temperature within the range 500°F to 600°F. the solder melts.

2. Use an appropriate gauge of resin-core solder composed 2. Draw away the melted solder with an anti-static suction-
of 60 parts tin/40 parts lead. type solder removal device (or with solder braid) before
removing the IC.
3. Keep the soldering iron tip clean and well-tinned.
Replacement
4. Thoroughly clean the surfaces to be soldered. Use a 1. Carefully insert the replacement IC in the circuit board.
small wire-bristle (0.5 inch or 1.25 cm) brush with a metal
handle. Do not use freon-propelled spray-on cleaners. 2. Carefully bend each IC lead against the circuit foil pad
and solder it.
5. Use the following desoldering technique.
a. Allow the soldering iron tip to reach normal 3. Clean the soldered areas with a small wire-bristle brush.
temperature (500°F to 600°F). (It is not necessary to reapply acrylic coating to areas.)

b. Heat the component lead until the solder melts. “Small-signal” Discrete Transistor Removal/Replacement
Quickly draw away the melted solder with an anti- 1. Remove the defective transistor by clipping its leads as
static, suction-type solder removal device or with close as possible to the component body.
solder braid.
CAUTION: Work quickly to avoid overheating the 2. Bend into a “U” shape the end of each of three leads
circuit board printed foil. remaining on the circuit board.

6. Use the following soldering technique. 3. Bend into a “U” shape the replacement transistor leads.
a. Allow the soldering iron tip to reach normal
temperature (500°F to 600°F). 4. Connect to replacement transistor leads to the
corresponding leads extending from the circuit board and
b. First, hold the soldering iron tip and solder strand crimp the “U” with long nose pliers to insure metal to
against the component lead until the solder melts. metal contact, then solder each connection.

c. Quickly move the soldering iron tip to the junction of Power Output Transistor Devices Removal/Replacements
the component lead and the printed circuit foil, and 1. Heat and remove all solder from around the transistor
hold it there only until the solder flows onto and leads.
around both the component lead and the foil.
CAUTION: Work quickly to avoid overheating the 2. Remove the heatsink mounting screw (if so equipped).
circuit board printed foil or components.
3. Carefully remove the transistor from the circuit board.
d. Closely inspect the solder area and remove any
excess or splashed solder with a small wire-bristle 4. Insert new transistor in circuit board.
brush.
5. Solder each transistor lead, and clip off excess lead.

6. Replace heatsink.

Diode Removal/Replacement
1. Remove defective diode by clipping its leads as close as
possible to diode body.

2. Bend the two remaining leads perpendicularly to the


circuit board.

Use Solding Iron to Pry Leads 3. Observing diode polarity, wrap each lead of the new
diode around the corresponding lead on the circuit board.

IC Removal/Replacement 4. Securely crimp each connection and solder it.


Some Hitachi unitized chassis circuit boards have slotted
holes (oblong) through which the IC leads are inserted and 5. Inspect (on the circuit board copper side) the solder joints
then bent flat against the circuit foil. When holes are the of the two “original leads”. If they are not shiny, reheat
slotted type, the following technique should be used to them and, if necessary, apply additional solder.
remove and replace the IC. When working with boards using
the familiar round hole, use the standard technique as
outlined in paragraphs 5 and 6 above.

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DP27/27D
SERVICING PRECATIONS
Fuses and Conventional Resistor Removal/Replacement At Other Connections
1. Clip each fuse or resistor lead at top of circuit board Use the following technique to repair defective copper
hollow stake. pattern at connections other than IC Pins. This technique
involves the installation of a jumper wire on the component
2. Securely crimp leads of replacement component around side of the circuit board.
stake 1/8 inch from top.

3. Solder the connections.


CAUTION: Maintain original spacing between the
replaced component and adjacent
components and the circuit board, to
prevent excessive component
temperatures. DEFECTIVE
COPPER
Circuit Board Foil Repair REMOVED
Excessive heat applied to the copper foil of any printed
circuit board will weaken the adhesive that bonds the foil to
the circuit board, causing the foil to separate from, or “lift-
off,” the board. The following guidelines and procedures
should be followed whenever this condition is encountered.

In Critical Copper Pattern Areas Insulated Jumper Wire


High component/copper pattern density and/or special
voltage/current characteristics make the spacing and 1. Remove the defective copper pattern with a sharp knife.
integrity of copper pattern in some circuit board areas more Remove at least 1/4 inch of copper, to ensure hazardous
critical than in others. The circuit foil in these areas is condition will not exist if the jumper wire opens.
designated as Critical Copper Pattern. Because Critical
Copper Pattern requires special soldering techniques to 2. Trace along the copper pattern from both wire sides of
ensure the maintenance of reliability and safety standards, the pattern break and locate the nearest component
contact your Hitachi personnel. directly connected to the affected copper pattern.

At IC Connections 3. Connect insulated 20-gauge jumper wire from the


To repair defective copper pattern at IC connections, use the nearest component on one side of the pattern break to
following procedure to install a jumper wire on the copper the lead of the nearest component on the other side.
pattern side of the circuit board. (Use this technique only on Carefully crimp and solder the connections.
IC connections.) CAUTION: Be sure the insulated jumper wire is
1. Carefully remove the damaged copper pattern with a dressed so that it does not touch
sharp knife. (Remove only as much copper as absolutely components or sharp edges.
necessary.)
Frequency Synthesis (FS) Tuning Systems
2. Carefully scratch away the solder resist and acrylic 1. Always unplug the instrument AC power cord before
coating (if used) from the end of the remaining copper disconnecting or reconnecting FS tuning system cables
pattern. and before removing or inserting FS tuning system
modules.

2. The FS tuner must never be disconnected from the FS


BARE JUMPER tuning control module while power is applied to the
WIRE instrument.

3. When troubleshooting intermittent problems that might be


caused by defective cable connection(s) to the FS tuning
CRIMP AND system, remove the instrument AC power as soon as the
SOLDER
defective connector is found and finish confirming the
bad connection with a continuity test. This procedure will
Install Jumper Wire and Solder reduce the probability of electrical overstress of the FS
system semi-conductor components.

3. Bend a small “U” in one end of a small-gauge jumper wire


and carefully crimp it around the IC pin. Solder the IC
connection.

4. Route the jumper wire along the path of the cut-away


copper pattern and let it overlap the previously scraped
end of the good copper pattern. Solder the overlapped
area, and clip off any excess jumper wire.

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SERVICING PRECATIONS DP27/27D
NOTE: These components are affixed with glue. Be careful not to break or damage any foil under the
component or at the pins of the ICs when removing. Usually applying heat to the component for a short
time while twisting with tweezers will break the component loose.

Leadless Chip Components How to Replace Flat-lC


(surface mount) —Required Tools—
Chip components must be replaced with identical • Soldering iron • iron wire or small awl
chips due to critical foil track spacing. There are no • De-solder braids • Magnifier
holes in the board to mount standard transistors or 1. Remove the solder from all of the pins of a Flat-lC
diodes. Some chip capacitor or resistor board solder by using a de-solder braid.
pads may have holes through the board, however the
hole diameter limits standard resistor replacement to De-Solder
1/8 watt. Standard capacitors may also be limited for Braid
the same reason. It is recommended that identical
chip components be used. . Soldering
Iron
Chip resistors have a three digit numerical resistance
code -1st and 2nd significant digits and a multiplier. 2. Put the iron wire under the pins of the Flat-lC and
Example: 162 = 1600 or 1.6KΩ resistor, 0 = 0Ω pull it in the direction indicated while heating the
(jumper). pins using a soldering iron. A small awl can be
Chip capacitors generally do not have the value used instead of the iron wire.
Iron
indicated on the capacitor. The color of the component Wire
indicates the general range of the capacitance. Awl
Chip transistors are identified by a two letter code. The
first letter indicates the type and the second letter, the
grade of transistor. Soldering
Chip diodes have a two letter identification code as Pull Soldering Iron
Iron
per the code chart and are a dual diode pack with
either 3. Remove the solder from all of the pads of the
common anode or common cathode. Check the parts Fiat-lC by using
list for correct diode number. a de-solder braid. Soldering
Iron
Component Removal
1. Use solder wick to remove solder from component De-Solder
end caps or terminals. Braid
2. Without pulling up, carefully twist the component
with tweezers to break the adhesive. Flat-IC
3. Do not reuse removed leadless or chip
components since they are subject to stress 4. Position the new Flat-lC in place (apply the pins of
fracture during removal . the Flat-lC to the soldering pads where the pins
Chip Component Installation need to be soldered). Properly Polarity Symbol
determine the positions of the
1. Put a small amount of solder on the board soldering pads and pins by
soldering pads. correctly aligning the polarity
2. Hold the chip component against the soldering symbol.
pads with tweezers or with a miniature alligator
clip and apply heat to the pad area with a 30 watt
iron until solder flows. Do not apply heat for more 5. Solder all pins to the soldering pads using a fine
than 3 seconds tipped soldering iron.
Chip Components
TYPE
C GRADE SOLDER
CAPS

B Soldering
TRANSISTOR CAPACITOR Iron
E
1ST DIGIT
6. Check with a magnifier for solder bridge between
2ND DIGIT
COMMON CATHODE the pins or for dry joint between pins and soldering
MULTIPLIER pads. To remove a solder bridge, use a de-solder
= 1600 = 1.6K braid as shown in the figure below.
De-Solder
ANODES SOLDER CAPS Braid
MH DIODE RESISTOR
Bridge Soldering
Solder Iron

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DP27/27D

TECHNICAL CAUTIONS

High Voltage limiter circuit operation check. 4. When the limiter circuit is operating properly, High
1. Turn off TV and connect jig as shown in Figure 2. Adjust Voltage will be less than 30.5 kV at 1.4mA when TV shuts
jig fully counter-clockwise for minimum resistance. down.

2. Set the AC input to 120V AC and turn on TV. 5. Turn off set immediately after checking circuit operation.

3. Confirm test pattern on CRT is a usable picture, then 6. Unplug set for one minute to reset shutdown circuit.
slowly adjust jig until the picture disappears and TV shuts Remove jig and voltmeter.
down.

(TH01)

AC CORD POLARITY
This check is based on the UL standard. Use the jigs specified by the production technology section. The GND side (wider
blade) of the AC power cord should be connected to K9Y1

R903
X901
C981
C901
R901

R980 KP01

PA
1 EF901 EF901
2
F901

WHITE side

GND side

TESTER

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DP27/27D

SPECIFICATIONS

Models: 65SWX20B 65TWX20B Intermediate Frequency: Picture l-F Carrier 45.75 MHz
57SWX20B 57TWX20B Sound l-F Carrier 41.25 MHz
51SWX20B Color Sub Carrier 42.17 MHz
Cathode-Ray Tube:
51SWX20B R=P16LXT00RFA01(U) Video Input: 1 Volt p-p, 75 Ohm
57SWX20B G=P16LXT00HHA01(U)
65SWX20B B=P16LXT00BMB01(U) Video Output: 1 Volt p-p, 75 ohm
57TWX20B R=P16LXT00RFA01(U)
65TWX20B G=P16LXT00HHA01(U) Audio Input: 470 mVrms, 47 k Ohm
B=P16LXT00BMB01(U)
Stereo Audio Output: 470 mVrms, 1 k Ohm
Power Input: 120 volts AC, 60 Hz
Audio Output Power:
Power Consumption: Front: 20 watts per channel at 10% distortion,
• Stand-By Power
51/57/65SWX20B . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1.3W 6 ohm Impedance. Max output – 40 watts.
57/65TWX20B . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1.3W
• Power Consumption (operating) Anode Voltage:
51/57/65SWX20B . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .197W
DP27/DP27D 30.2±0.3kv (1.20±0.2mA)
57/65TWX20B . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .197W
• Power Consumption (maximum)
51/57/65SWX20B . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .248W Brightness: 51” 57” 65”
57/65TWX20B . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .248W (white screen) 220cd/m2 180cd/m2 140cd/m2
Antenna Impedance: 75 Ohm Unbalanced
VHF / UHF / CATV Speakers: 2 Woofers - 5 inch (12 cm) round
Receiving Channel: BAND CH 2 Tweeters - 2 inch (5 cm) round
VHF 2~13 Dimension:
51” 57” 65”
UHF 14~69
Height (in.) 50 1/8 54 3/16 59 7/8
EXT. Mid (A-5)~(A-1), 4+
Width (in.) 44 1/2 54 1/64 61
CATV Mid. A~I
Depth (in.) 25 1/32 25 1/32 28
CATV Super J~W
Weight (Ibs.) 238 265 319
CATV Hyper (W+1)~(W+28)
CATV Ultra (W+29)~(W+84)
Circuit Board Assemblies:
C.P.T. (B) P.W.B. IR P.W.B.
C.P.T. (G) P.W.B. IR Sub P.W.B.
C.P.T. (R) P.W.B. Terminal P.W.B.
Power Supply P.W.B. Signal P.W.B.
Control P.W.B. Def/Convergence P.W.B.
Sensor Distribution P.W.B.

CIRCUIT PROTECTION
CAUTION: Below is an EXAMPLE only. See Replacement Parts List for details. The following symbol near the fuse
indicates fast operation fuse (to be replaced). Fuse ratings appear within the symbol.
Example:
125V
F
6A
6 A 125V
The rating of fuse F901 is 6A - 125V.
Replace with the same type fuse for continued protection
“RISK OF FIRE - REPLACE FUSE AS MARKED”
against fire.
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DP27/27D

CAUTIONS WHEN CONNECTING / DISCONNECTING THE HV CONNECTOR

Perform the following when the


HV connector (anode connector)
is removed or inserted for CPT
replacement, etc.

Anode
connector

Deflection P.W.B.
FBT

During Removal
1. Roll out silicon cover from FBT’s contact area slowly.
2. While turning the connector about 90 degrees
following the arrow (0 position), push the connector
PUSH slightly towards the case. (Fig. A)

PUSH

Fig. A

Silicon cover

3. Remove the connector slowly


by pulling it away from the
case. Wing
Wing

L Position
L Position

Fig. B

During Insertion
1. Please refer to direction for insertion as shown in Fig. B (L position). Insert connector until “CLICK” sound is heard.
2. Make sure the connector is pressed right in, so that it has a good contact with the spring.
3. Confirm the contact by pulling the connector slightly. (Don’t pull hard because it may damage the connector).
4. Cover the high voltage output by carefully pushing silicon cover onto it. (Don’t turn the connector).

(REMARK) Silicon Cover


1. Make sure the silicon cover is
covering the high voltage output.
less than 1mm

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DP27/27D

GENERAL INFORMATION

PULL

POWER

S-VIDEO -AUDIO-
VIDEO L/MONO R MAGIC FOCUS VOL- VOL+ CH- CH+ INPUT MENU
INPUT 5
    EXIT SELECT

FRONT CONTROL PANEL

   

ANT A

DVI-HDTV

PR PB Y

INPUT 1
TO R (MONO)/L
CONVERTER AUDIO

PR PB Y/VIDEO

ANT B INPUT 2
R (MONO)/L
AUDIO

R (MONO)/L VIDEO S-VIDEO


INPUT 3
AUDIO
TO HI-FI
R (MONO)/L VIDEO S-VIDEO
CENTER
IN INPUT 4

IR
BLASTER R L VIDEO S-VIDEO
L MONITOR
OUT
AUDIO
R

   
REAR PANEL JACKS
 Antenna Input/Output  S-VIDEO Inputs 3 and 4

 Audio/Video Inputs 1, 2, 3 and 4  Component Input Y-PBPR

 MONITOR OUT  IR BLASTER

 AUDIO TO HI-FI Output  DVI-HDTV Input (Input 1)

CENTER IN (Input)
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DP27/27D

REMOTE CONTROL

POWER

VCR CBL
TV STB
SOURCE WIZARD

CD TAPE
DVD AMP

1 2 3

4 5 6
A/V NET
CH +
7 8 9

VOL - VOL +
SLEEP 0 INFO
SELECT
C.C. A/V NET ASPECT
VIRT
ANT UAL
HD

MUTE FAV CH
CH -
EX
NU IT MENU ANT
ME
EXIT

SELECT
VOL CH
POWER

SV MUT CH
CS E LAST HD
SC
VCR
PLUS V
VID + GUIDE/T 5
1 VID

VID
2 VID 4
VID 3

PIP PIP CH FREEZE

PIP ACCESS
PIP MODE SWAP VIDEO

REC

CLU-5722TSI

CLU-5722TSI CLU-120S
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DP27/27D

CUSTOMIZED PICTURE AND SOUND ADJUSTMENTS

Video Select VIDEO to adjust picture settings and improve picture quality.

Video Video

Audio Picture Mode Sports

Ch. Manager Contrast 100%

THUMB THUMB Brightness 50%


Locks
STICK STICK Color 50%
Setup
Tint
MEN
U Move SEL Sel SELECT
Sharpness 50%
Vertical Position 0
Magic Focus
Color System

Advanced Settings
Move SEL Select

Use the THUMB STICK  or  to highlight the function to be adjusted.


Press the THUMB STICK  or  to adjust the function. Press down on THUMB STICK to select the function settings.
Press MENU to return to main menu or select PICTURE MODE to return to previous menu.
Press EXIT to quit menu.

Contrast Use this function to change the contrast between black and white levels in the picture. This adjustment
will only affect the picture when ADVANCED SETTINGS DIMMER is OFF.

Brightness Use this function to adjust overall picture brightness.

Color Use this function to adjust the level of color in the picture.

Tint Use this function to adjust flesh tones so they appear natural.

Sharpness Use this function to adjust the amount of fine detail in the picture.

Vertical Position This function allows you to select when aspect style is either 4:3 EXPANDED/ZOOM1/ZOOM2. Vertical
position can be changed with this mode. Adjustable range is -10 (video center is toward bottom of
screen) to +10 (video center is toward top of screen).

NOTES: 1. If CONTRAST is selected, you are adjusting CONTRAST. The additional menu items BRIGHTNESS, COLOR, TINT,
and SHARPNESS can be selected and adjusted in the same manner.
2. It may be necessary to adjust TINT to obtain optimum picture quality when using the COMPONENT VIDEO Y-PBPR
input jacks.
3. If you are using the COMPONENT VIDEO input jacks (Y-PBPR) and notice that the TINT and COLOR are abnormal,
check to make sure that VIDEO- Color System is set properly.

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CUSTOMIZED PICTURE AND SOUND ADJUSTMENTS
Magic Focus

Auto Digital Convergence Adjustment


Please turn ON your television for at least 20 minutes before using this feature.

The Magic Focus button will not work when Adjustment Mode is set to Manual (see page 17).

Your HITACHI Projection TV has three color projection tubes: one for red, one for green, one for blue. When mixed together in the
proper proportion, the output of these three color tubes can produce any color. To produce these colors, however, the beams must be
precisely aligned over each other so that the colors can be mixed. The process of aligning these picture beams is called “convergence”.

Over a period of time, the picture tubes can drift out of alignment due to normal bumps and vibrations or moving the TV. If you move
your TV, or if, after a time, you notice color rings or halos around objects in the picture, you may want to converge (align) the colors.

Properly converged, the lines appear white, which is actually a combination of the outputs of the three color tubes. The output of the
green tube is stationary. The outputs of the red and blue tubes can be adjusted. When properly aligned, the outputs of all three tubes
should be directly over each other to produce the white lines.

To simplify convergence, HITACHI incorporates a function called MAGIC FOCUS located on the front control panel, which allows the
TV to self-adjust. Press this MAGIC FOCUS button and the convergence self adjustment will start and this process will take
approximately 20 seconds. If this button is pressed during this process, no change in picture quality will occur. After this 20 second
self-adjust period, picture quality will be optimum. (Do not move the TV during self-adjust.)

MAGIC
FOCUS

MAGIC FOCUS

NOTES: Only a momentary press of the MAGIC FOCUS button is necessary to start AUTO DIGITAL CONVERGENCE. At any
time during this convergence correction process, you may press the MAGIC FOCUS button to exit the MAGIC FOCUS
mode. However, the convergence correction process needs to be completed to SAVE the new corrected convergence
data.

You may also select Magic Focus from the VIDEO menu.

Video Video
Audio Picture Mode Sports

Ch. Manager Contrast 100%

Locks THUMB THUMB Brightness 50%


STICK STICK
Color 50%
Setup
Tint
ME
NU Move SEL Sel SELECT

Sharpness 50%
Vertical Position
Magic Focus
Color System

Advanced Settings
Move SEL Select
THUMB
STICK

SELECT

Video
Magic Focus

Aligns the Red, Green, and Blue


colors to correct for Magnetic
Influences. THUMB THUMB
STICK STICK
Adjustment Mode
Auto SELECT
MAGIC FOCUS
Manual

If you want to adjust now Start

Move SEL Return

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CUSTOMIZED PICTURE AND SOUND ADJUSTMENTS
Manual Convergence Adjustment Mode
NOTES: 1. Please turn ON your television for at least 20 minutes before using this feature.
2. Auto Adjustment Mode is recommended. If convergence is still not acceptable, use the Manual Adjustment Mode.
DO NOT press MAGIC FOCUS or use Auto Adjustment Mode after using Manual Adjustment Mode.

Using the Remote Control, select VIDEO-MAGIC FOCUS-MANUAL ADJUSTMENT MODE-START to access convergence crosshatch
pattern. The adjustment point is indicated by the Adjustment Point Cursor.

To Move Adjustment Point


To move adjustment point, the Adjustment Cursor must be WHITE. Use the THUMB STICK to move the Adjustment Cursor. Another
way to move the Adjustment Point Cursor is to press the followiing buttons: [2] up, [4] left, [5] down, [6] right. If you use the number
buttons while the adjustment point is WHITE, it will change to RED.

To Change the Color of Adjustment Point


Press the SELECT button repeatedly (WHITE-RED-BLUE-WHITE...). Green color is fixed and cannot be adjusted.

To Adjust the Convergence


Move the Adjustment Cursor to the point to be adjusted. Use the THUMB STICK to match the RED and BLUE colors to GREEN
(reference color). Properly aligned, all three colors should appear white.

Video Video
Audio Picture Mode Sports

Ch. Manager Contrast 100%

Locks THUMB THUMB Brightness 50%


STICK STICK
Color 50%
Setup
Tint
ME
NU Move SEL Sel SELECT

Sharpness 50%
Vertical Position
Magic Focus
Color System

Advanced Settings
Move SEL Select
THUMB
STICK

SELECT

Video
Magic Focus

Aligns the Red, Green, and Blue


colors to correct for Magnetic
Influences. THUMB THUMB
STICK STICK
Adjustment Mode
Auto SELECT

Manual

If you want to adjust now Start

Move SEL Return

If convergence is acceptable after Manual Convergence adjustment, press EXIT button to access menu mode.

DONE : [1]
EXIT
CANCEL : [2]
INI. RESET : [3]
BACK : [4]

Press the [1] button on the remote control to SAVE adjusted data and return to main picture.
Press the [2] button on the remote control to CANCEL adjusted data and return to main picture.
Press the [3] button on the remote control to recall the factory pre-set convergence data.
Press the [4] button on the remote control to return to the manual convergence adjustment mode (crosshatch pattern).
Press the [9] button on the remote control to read the SAVED data.

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CUSTOMIZED PICTURE AND SOUND ADJUSTMENTS
Audio Select AUDIO to adjust the TV to your preference and to improve the sound quality.

Video Audio

Audio Treble 50%


Bass 50%
Ch. Manager
THUMB Balance L R
Locks THUMB
STICK STICK Sound Enhancement
Setup
Advanced Settings
ME
NU Move SEL Sel SELECT

Move SEL Return

THUMB
STICK

Audio
Treble 50%
Bass 50%

Balance L R THUMB
STICK
Sound Enhancement
Advanced Settings SELECT

Move SEL Select

Treble 50%

Next/Prev Change Value SEL Return

Use THUMB STICK to highlight functions.


Press down on THUMB STICK to select the function setting.
Press THUMB STICK  or  to adjust the function.
Press EXIT to quit MENU, or select Audio to return to the main menu.

NOTE: If TREBLE is selected you are adjusting treble. The additional menu items Bass and Balance can be selected
and adjusted in the same manner.

Treble This function controls the high frequency audio to all speakers.

Bass This function controls the low frequency audio to all speakers.

Balance This function will control the left to right balance of the TV internal speakers and the AUDIO TO HI-
FI output.

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DP27/27D
REAR PANEL CONNECTIONS
TYPICAL FULL-FEATURE SETUP

CONNECT TO (Provided)
IR BLASTER
IR
Sensor

DIGITAL
Outside antenna or
cable TV coaxial cable OUTPUT CAPABILITY
DIGITAL OUTPUT

DVD Player L R
2-Way signal splitter HDTV Set-Top Box OUTPUT
OUTPUT
Y PB/CB PR/CR L R
Y PB PR L R
OUTPUT

ANT A
VCR #1
DVI-HDTV OUTPUT
ANT
PR PB Y IN S-VIDEO V L R
INPUT 1
TO R (MONO)/L
CONVERTER AUDIO

PR PB Y/VIDEO

ANT B INPUT 2
R (MONO)/L
AUDIO

R (MONO)/L VIDEO S-VIDEO


INPUT 3
AUDIO
TO HI-FI
R (MONO)/L VIDEO S-VIDEO
CENTER
IN INPUT 4

IR
BLASTER R L VIDEO S-VIDEO
L MONITOR
OUT
AUDIO
R

INPUT OUTPUT

Cable TV Box

S-VIDEO V L R
C L R IR S-VIDEO V L R OUTPUT
INPUT Sensor INPUT

VCR #2 Laserdisc player, VCR,


camcorder, etc.

Stereo System Amplifier


CONNECT TO
IR BLASTER
(Provided)

NOTE: 1. Connect only 1 component to each input jack.


2. Follow connections that pertain to your personal entertainment system.
3. Standard video signal (composite video) can be input to all video inputs. (Video 1 ~ VIdeo 5).

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REAR PANEL CONNECTIONS


CONNECTING A STEREO SOURCE TO INPUT2~INPUT5
1. Connect the cable from the VIDEO OUT of the VCR or the laserdisc player to the INPUT (VIDEO) jack, as shown on the TV set
below.

2. Connect the cable from the AUDIO OUT R of the VCR or the laserdisc player to the INPUT (AUDIO/R) jack.

3. Connect the cable from the AUDIO OUT L of the VCR or the laserdisc player to the INPUT (AUDIO/L) jack.

4. Press the VID2~VID5 button to view the program from the VCR or laserdisc player. The VIDEO label disappears automatically
after approximately four seconds.

5. Press the ANT button to return to the previous channel.

ANT A

DVI-HDTV

PR PB Y

INPUT 1
TO R (MONO)/L
CONVERTER AUDIO

PR PB Y/VIDEO

ANT B INPUT 2
R (MONO)/L
AUDIO

R (MONO)/L VIDEO S-VIDEO


INPUT 3
AUDIO
TO HI-FI
R (MONO)/L VIDEO S-VIDEO
CENTER
IN INPUT 4

IR
BLASTER R L VIDEO S-VIDEO
L MONITOR
OUT
AUDIO
R

OUTPUT
R L V

VCR

NOTES: 1. Completely insert the connection cord plugs when connecting to rear panel jacks. The picture and sound that is
played back will be abnormal if the connection is loose.

2. A single VCR can be used for VCR #1 and VCR #2, but note that a VCR cannot record its own video or line
output. (INPUT: 3 in example on page 19) Refer to your VCR operating guide for more information on line
input-output connections.

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REAR PANEL CONNECTIONS


CONNECTING AN S-VIDEO SOURCE TO INPUT 3, 4 AND 5
1. Connect the cable from the S-VIDEO OUT of the VCR or the laserdisc player to the INPUT (S-VIDEO) jack, as shown on the TV
set below.

2. Connect the cable from the AUDIO OUT R of the VCR or the laserdisc player to the INPUT (AUDIO/R) jack.

3. Connect the cable from the AUDIO OUT L of the VCR or the laserdisc player to the INPUT (AUDIO/L) jack.

4. Press the VID3~VID5 button to view the program from the VCR or laserdisc player. The VIDEO label disappears automatically
after approximately four seconds.

5. Press the ANT button to return to the previous channel.

ANT A

DVI-HDTV

PR PB Y

INPUT 1
TO R (MONO)/L
CONVERTER AUDIO

PR PB Y/VIDEO

ANT B INPUT 2
R (MONO)/L
AUDIO

R (MONO)/L VIDEO S-VIDEO


INPUT 3
AUDIO
TO HI-FI
R (MONO)/L VIDEO S-VIDEO
CENTER
IN INPUT 4

IR
BLASTER R L VIDEO S-VIDEO
L MONITOR
OUT
AUDIO
R

OUTPUT
R L V
S-VIDEO

VCR

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REAR PANEL CONNECTIONS

CONNECTING A COMPONENT SOURCE WITH DVI-HDTV CAPABILITY TO INPUT 1

1. Connect the DVI connection cable from the output of the VCR or laserdisc player to the DIGITAL
OUTPUT CAPABILITY
DVI-HDTV input as shown on the TV set at right. DIGITAL OUTPUT

L R

2. Connect the cable from the AUDIO OUT R of the VCR or the laserdisc player to the OUTPUT

INPUT (AUDIO/R) jack.

3. Connect the cable from the AUDIO OUT L of the VCR or the laserdisc player to the
INPUT (AUDIO/L) jack. ANT A

DVI-HDTV

4. Press the VID1 button to view the program from the VCR or laserdisc player. The INPUT 1
PR PB Y

VIDEO label disappears automatically after approximately four seconds. TO


CONVERTER
R (MONO)/L
AUDIO

PR PB Y/VIDEO

5. Press the ANT button to return to the previous channel. ANT B INPUT 2
R (MONO)/L
AUDIO

R (MONO)/L VIDEO S-VIDEO


INPUT 3
AUDIO
TO HI-FI
R (MONO)/L VIDEO S-VIDEO
CENTER
IN INPUT 4

IR
BLASTER R L VIDEO S-VIDEO
L MONITOR
OUT
AUDIO
R

CONNECTING A COMPONENT SOURCE TO INPUT 1 OR 2: Y-PBPR.


1. Connect the cable from the Y OUT of the Laserdisc/DVD player or HDTV set top box
DVD Player
to the INPUT (Y) jack, as shown on the TV set at right. OUTPUT
PR PB Y L R

2. Connect the cable from the CB/PB OUT or B-Y OUT of the Laserdisc/DVD player or
HDTV set top box to the INPUT (PB) jack.

3. Connect the cable from the CR/PR OUT or R-Y OUT of the Laserdisc/DVD player or
HDTV set top box to the INPUT (PR) jack.
ANT A

DVI-HDTV

PR PB Y
4. Connect the cable from the AUDIO OUT R of the Laserdisc/DVD player or HDTV set INPUT 1
R (MONO)/L
top box to the INPUT (AUDIO/R) jack. TO
CONVERTER

PR PB Y/VIDEO

5. Connect the cable from the AUDIO OUT L of the Laserdisc/DVD player or HDTV set ANT B INPUT 2
R (MONO)/L
AUDIO
top box to the INPUT (AUDIO/L) jack.
R (MONO)/L VIDEO S-VIDEO
INPUT 3
AUDIO
TO HI-FI
6. Press the VID1~VID2 button, to view the program from the Laserdisc/DVD player or CENTER
IN INPUT 4
R (MONO)/L VIDEO S-VIDEO

HDTV set top box. The VIDEO label disappears automatically after approximately IR
BLASTER R L VIDEO S-VIDEO
four seconds. L MONITOR
OUT
AUDIO
R

7. Press the ANT button to return to the previous channel.

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DP27/27D

FEATURE INFORMATION
As the digital era dawns, Hitachi has models that provide the best possible images today...and tomorrow. Our HDTV Ready
model incorporates new Flex Converter technology to display a high quality 1080i (high definition scanning) or 540P
(progressive scanning) image; this same circuitry enables it to accept a full 1080i HDTV signal from a digital set-top box now
or in the future.

FLEX CONVERTER TECHNOLOGY


With current analog broadcasts, there is just one level of picture quality. In the new age of digital TV, there will be several levels.
The highest, called HDTV, can be as high as 1080i.The next level, called HDTV, can be 720P. The standard level, SDTV, can
be 480P or 480i. Hitachi has developed the Flex Converter, advanced circuitry that allows your UltraVision TWX and SWX
series television to produce true 1080i HDTV resolution with an HDTV set-top box. It converts analog 480i signals to the
higher-quality 540P signals with no scan lines or flicker. The TWX and SWX needs a set-top box to receive any Digital Signal.

COMPONENT VIDEO
Component Video inputs accept separate blue, red & B/W signals from a high resolution digital source as DVD or digital set-
top box to provide a higher resolution picture.

3DYC (DIGITAL 3DYC COMB FILTER)


The Digital 3DYC Comb Filter analyzes three lines of information from a single video frame as well as lines from adjacent
frames. This technology eliminates the flickering that a detailed pattern or scene would normally cause, for the cleanest,
neatest picture possible.

PROGRESSIVE SCANNING
A standard TV uses Interlaced Scanning where each frame of video is broken into two fields, each providing alternating scan
lines. This can leave noticeable scan lines and cause flickering. With Progressive Scanning, complete frames are displayed for
a smoother picture with no scan lines and no flicker. This allows you to get the optimal picture quality from today’s high
resolution digital sources such as DVD or a digital set-top box.

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ASPECT STYLE
ASPECT STYLE

Press the ASPECT button on the Remote Control to quickly change the ASPECT ratio.

Depending on the input signal, the picture format ratio allows you to adjust the images through the following options.

4:3 STANDARD Use this aspect mode to display conventional (4:3) images. Side panels (gray areas) are placed to the
left and right of the image to preserve the original aspect ratio of the source. Note: Use this mode for
only 15% of your total viewing time to prevent uneven aging of the phosphors. Phosphors in the lighted
area of the picture will age more rapidly than the gray areas.

4:3 EXPANDED Use this aspect mode to display conventional (4:3) sources by expanding the outer edges of the image
to fill the 16:9 screen. The center of the image remains unaltered.

4:3 Zoom1/Zoom2 Use these aspect modes to zoom in on conventional (4:3) sources.

16:9 STANDARD Use this aspect mode to display 16:9 sources like HDTV and DVD’s preserving the original 16:9 aspect
ratio.

16:9 Zoom Use this aspect to Zoom-in once while in 16:9 aspect.

V. POSITION
This function allows you to select when aspect style is either 4:3 EXPANDED/ZOOM1/ZOOM2. Vertical position can be changed with
this mode. Adjustable range is -10 (video center is toward bottom of screen) to +10 (video center is toward top of screen).

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ASPECT STYLE
PICTURE FORMATS Depending on the input signal, the picture format aspect ration allows you to adjust the image through the
following options.
(1) NTSC: 4x3 (15.734KHz) ➔ 1080i/540p (33.716KHz)
SDTV: 480i 4x3 (15.734KHz/15.75KHz) ➔ 1080i/540p (33.716KHz/33.75KHz)
SDTV: 480p 4x3 (31.468KHz/31.5KHz) ➔ 1080i/540p (33.716KHz/33.75KHz)

Picture Format: 16:9 Standard, 16:9 Zoom, 4:3 Standard, 4:3 Exploded, 4:3 Zoom1, 4:3 Zoom2.

16:9 Standard
1080i 1080 Lines (Interlace)
540p 540 Lines (Progressive)

Aspect Key

16:9 Zoom
1080i 1080 Lines (Interlace)
540p 540 Lines (Progressive)

Aspect Key
4x3
NTSC
4:3 Standard 4:3 Standard
fH:15.75kHz 1080i 1080i 1080 Lines (Interlace)
540p 540p 540 Lines (Progressive)

Black Side Panel: OFF Black Side Panel: ON


4x3 Aspect Key
480i

fH:15.75kHz
4:3 Expanded
1080i 1080 Lines (Interlace)
540p 540 Lines (Progressive)

4x3
480p Aspect Key

fH:15.75kHz

4:3 Zoom1
1080i 1080 Lines (Interlace)
540p 540 Lines (Progressive)

Aspect Key

4:3 Zoom2
1080i 1080 Lines (Interlace)
540p 540 Lines (Progressive)

Aspect Key

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ASPECT STYLE DP27/27D

(2) NTSC: Squeeze (15.734KHz) ➔ 1080i/540p (33.716KHz)


SDTV: 480i 16x9 (15.734KHz/15.75KHz) ➔ 1080i/540p (33.716KHz/33.75KHz)
SDTV: 480p 16x9 (31.468KHz/31.5KHz) ➔ 1080i/540p (33.716KHz/33.75KHz)

Picture Format: 16:9 Standard, 16:9 Zoom, 4:3 Standard, 4:3 Exploded, 4:3 Zoom1, 4:3 Zoom2.

16:9 Standard
1080i 1080 Lines (Interlace)
540p 540 Lines (Progressive)

Aspect Key

16:9 Zoom
1080i 1080 Lines (Interlace)
540p 540 Lines (Progressive)

Aspect Key

4:3 Standard 4:3 Standard


1080i 1080i 1080 Lines (Interlace)
NTSC 540p 540p 540 Lines (Progressive)
Squeeze

Black Side Panel: OFF Black Side Panel: ON


Aspect Key

480i 4:3 Expanded


1080i 1080 Lines (Interlace)
16x9 540p 540 Lines (Progressive)

Aspect Key

4:3 Zoom1
1080i 1080 Lines (Interlace)
540p 540 Lines (Progressive)

Aspect Key

4:3 Zoom2
1080i 1080 Lines (Interlace)
540p 540 Lines (Progressive)

Aspect Key

(3) HDTV: 720p 16x9 (44.995KHz/45KHz) ➔ 1080i/540p (33.716KHz/33.75KHz)


Picture Format: 16:9 Standard, 16:9 Zoom

16:9 Standard
1080i 540 (Progressive)
540p 1080 (Interlaced)

720p Aspect Key


16x9

16:9 Zoom
1080i 540 (Progressive)
540p 1080 (Interlaced)

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(4) HDTV: 1080i 16x9 (33.716KHz/33.75KHz) ➔ 1080i (33.716KHz/33.75KHz)


Picture Format: 16:9 Standard, 16:9 Zoom

16:9 Standard
1080i 1080 (Interlaced)

1080i Real Mode

1080i Aspect Key


16x9

16:9 Zoom 1080 (Interlaced)


1080i

(5) Virtual HD Operation (Scanning Format)


a. NTSC, SDTV: 480i/480p, HDTV: 720p

Virtual HD

1080i 540p

b. HDTV: 1080i

1080i Virtual HD

(6) Black Side Panel Operation


a. NTSC, SDTV: 480i/480p, HDTV: 720p
Menu Black Side Panel: OFF Menu Black Side Panel: ON

Gray Side Panel Black Side Panel

(7) Picture-in-Picture POP Mode


SUB 180
Lines
Main 540
Picture Lines
(Progressive)

Main
NTSC
480i

Main 180 540


Picture SUB Lines
Lines
(Progressive)
Sub
NTSC
480i

Main 540
Picture Lines
(Progressive)
SUB 180
Lines

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ASPECT STYLE DP27/27D

(8) Picture-In-Picture PIP Mode

Main 1080
Picture Lines
360 (Interlaced)
SUB
Lines

SUB 360
Lines
Main Main 1080
1080i Picture Lines
(Interlaced)

SUB 360
Lines
Sub Main 1080
NTSC Picture Lines
480i (Interlaced)

Main 1080
Picture Lines
360 (Interlaced)
SUB
Lines

(9) Picture-In-Picture SPLIT Mode

Main SPLIT
ALL

334 540
Main Sub Lines Lines
(Progressive)
Sub
ALL

(10) Picture-in-Picture SURF 11 Mode

167
Lines
ANT A/B 540
NTSC Lines
(Progressive)

(11) Picture-in-Picture SURF 3 Mode

Main
ANT A
SUB 180
Lines
Main SUB 180 540
Picture Lines Lines
(Progressive)
SUB 180
Sub Lines
ANT A

(12) Picture-in-Picture STROBE Mode


STROBE

SUB 180
Lines
NTSC Main SUB 180 540
480i Picture Lines Lines
(Progressive)
SUB 180
Lines

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DP27/27D

SERVICE ADJUSTMENTS
TO GO TO AN ADJUSTMENT, CLICK ON ITS HEADING BELOW

1. ASSEMBLED P.W.B ADJUSTMENT..................................................................................................................30


1-1. Service Menu Access (NTSC, SDTV and HDTV) ..................................................................................30
1-2. Comb Filter Operation Check ................................................................................................................35
1-3. Video Settings Check..............................................................................................................................35
1-3-1. Perfect Picture Check ..................................................................................................................35
1-3-2. Auto Color Check..........................................................................................................................35
1-3-3. Noise Reduction Check ................................................................................................................35
1-3-4. Color Temperature Check ............................................................................................................35
1-3-5. Velocity Modulation Check ............................................................................................................35
1-3-6. Black Level Expansion Check ......................................................................................................35
1-4. High Voltage Adjustment ........................................................................................................................36

2. FINAL ASSEMBLY ADJUSTMENT (Adjustment should be according to below order) ..............................36


2-1. Cut Off Adjustment..................................................................................................................................36
2-2. DCU Phase Data Setting ......................................................................................................................36
2-3. Horizontal Position Adjustment (Coarse) ................................................................................................37
2-4. Raster Tilt (Deflection Yoke) ....................................................................................................................37
2-5. Beam Alignment......................................................................................................................................37
2-6. Raster Position ........................................................................................................................................38
2-7. Vertical Size ..........................................................................................................................................38
2-8. Horizontal Size ......................................................................................................................................38
2-9. Beam Form ............................................................................................................................................39
2-10. Lens Focus..............................................................................................................................................39
2-11. Static Focus ............................................................................................................................................41
2-12. Digital Convergence ..............................................................................................................................41
2-12-1. Magic Focus Character Set Up ..................................................................................................42
2-12-2. Magic Focus Pattern Set Up ......................................................................................................43
2-12-3. Convergence Jig Screen Specification ......................................................................................44
2-12-4. Raster Position Adjsutment ........................................................................................................45
2-12-5. Convergence Point Adjustment ..................................................................................................45
2-13. Blue Defocus ..........................................................................................................................................47
2-14. White Balance ........................................................................................................................................47
2-15. Sub Brightness........................................................................................................................................48
2-16. Sub-Picture Signal Amplitude Adjustment ..............................................................................................50
2-17. Horizontal Position ................................................................................................................................51
2-18. Scanning Area Check ............................................................................................................................51
2-19. Raster Distortion Check ........................................................................................................................52

3. ADJUSTMENT POINT ........................................................................................................................................54


3-1. Signal Block Assembly............................................................................................................................55
3-2. Main Chassis Deflection P.W.B. ..............................................................................................................56
3-3. Power Supply P.W.B. ..............................................................................................................................57
3-4. CPT (R)(G)(B), Focus Pack ....................................................................................................................58
3-5. Control P.W.B. ........................................................................................................................................59
*IMPORTANT
For many of the above adjustments, it is necessary to have an HDTV (1080i or 720P) signal generator, SDTV (480P)
signal generator, as well as the usual NTSC (480i) signal generator.
Hitachi recognizes that few companies offer HDTV or SDTV signal generators and that the cost of these
generators is sometimes prohibitive. For this reason, we suggest the use of a set-top-box for HDTV and SDTV
adjustments. Usually, there is a switch on the set-top-box which enables it to output HDTV (1080i or 720P) or
SDTV (480P) signals even with no input. In this case, the sync is automatically detected by the TV (at the Y-PBPR
Inputs on the rear panel).

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1. ASSEMBLED P.W.B. ADJUSTMENT


1.1 Service Menu Access
Adjustment Procedure
(1) Press and hold INPUT key on Control Panel and then press POWER key on control panel to access I2C
adjustment mode.
(2) Receive signal on main picture. (NTSC, SDTV or HDTV).
Some menu pages have I2C adjustments for SDTV and HDTV. The set will automatically allow you to set
these items only when a SDTV or HDTV signal is input to the COMPONENT jacks on the back of the TV. ......
See table below.
(3) Check the OSD according to table on pages 31~34, using THUMB STICK ,  on Remote Control.
*: Adjustable Data
Others: Fixed Data (be careful not to change)
(4) Press EXIT key to exit I2C ADJUST mode.

NOTE: (1) If the TV I2C data is different from the I2C Parameter (pages 31~34) for fixed data, change the data.
(2) When exchanging microprocessor or EEPROM and TV is turned on for first time, it requires
initialization of Memory Initial of I2C adjustment menu.
(3) Use FACTORY RESET to set TV to out of factory shipping conditions: Do not use MEMORY
INITIALIZE.

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1.2 I2C Parameter List
(1) Adjust Mode OSD
Press INPUT + POWER
of control panel.

INPUT + POWER A CH U/D, INPUT CH U/D, INPUT

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ADJUST MODE XXXXXXXX ADJUST MODE
SERVICE SERVICE
MENU
SUB BRIGHT*

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Only adjust SUB BRT Only adjust
WHITE BALANCE in cool mode. WHITE BAL in cool mode.
G DRIVE (HIGH)* 3F G DRIVE (HIGH) 3F
R DRIVE (HIGH)* 3F CUT OFF ADJUST MODE
R DRIVE (HIGH) 3F Press   to adjust
R CUTOFF (HIGH)* 7F R CUTOFF (HIGH) 7F
G CUTOFF (HIGH)* 7F Select SERVICE Select SUB BRT BRIGHTNESS 80
G CUTOFF (HIGH) 7F
B CUTOFF (HIGH) 7F and press  key and press  key
B CUTOFF (HIGH) 7F
H POSITION* 3F H POSITION 3F (DEFAULT)
V POSITION* 3F V POSITION 3F Press EXIT key
Press EXIT key
FACT RESET FACT RESET

MENU

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SUB BRIGHT
CH U/D, INPUT ADJ. MODE

ADJUST MODE VIDEO SETTINGS


(1) CONTRAST : MIN
SERVICE (2) COLOR : MIN
SUB BRIGHT Only adjust
WHITE BALANCE in cool mode. Select SERVICE
G DRIVE (HIGH) 48 and press  key
R DRIVE (HIGH) 37
R CUTOFF (HIGH) 7F Press EXIT key
G CUTOFF (HIGH) 7F WHITE BALANCE
B CUTOFF (HIGH) 7F G DRV 3F
H POSITION 12 ADJ. MODE
V POSITION 00 R DRV 3F
FACT RESET
R CUT 7F VIDEO SETTINGS
(1) CONTRAST : MAX
G CUT 7F (2) COLOR,TINT,SHARP,BRIGHT:CENER
MENU   (3) COLOR TEMP : COOL
B CUT 7F ADJUST
(1) Press   to select the G DRV.,
R DRV., R CUT, G CUT, B CUT.
(Initial position G/B DRV). G/B
DRV, B/R DRV select by the DR R
and DR BG.
(2) Press   to adjust.
DP27/27D
1.2 I2C Parameter List Cont.

CH U/D, INPUT CH U/D, INPUT CH U/D, INPUT

ADJUST MODE ADJUST MODE ADJUST MODE WARM, NTSC, STD ADJ MODE
SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE 1. Press   to select the G DRV or R DRV.

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SUB BRIGHT* SUB BRIGHT* SUB BRIGHT* 2. Press select to change the COOLWARM
WHITE BALANCE* WHITE BALANCE* WHITE BALANCE* NTSCCOOL mode. Adjust on each mode,
G DRIVE (HIGH)* 3F G DRIVE (MEDUIM)* 50 G DRIVE (STD)* 59 but cannot adjust on the COOL mode.
R DRIVE (HIGH)* 3F R DRIVE (MEDUIM)* 55 R DRIVE (STD)* 62 3. WARM and NTSC mode data is offset data

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R CUTOFF (HIGH)* 7F SELECT R CUTOFF (HIGH)* 7F SELECT R CUTOFF (STD)* 7F based on the COOL mode data.
G CUTOFF (HIGH)* 7F G CUTOFF (HIGH)* 7F G CUTOFF (STD)* 7F
B CUTOFF (HIGH) 7F B CUTOFF (HIGH) 7F B CUTOFF (STD) 7F
H POSITION* 3F H POSITION* 3F H POSITION* 3F
V POSITION* 3F V POSITION* 3F V POSITION* 3F
FACT RESET FACT RESET FACT RESET

SELECT

MENU 

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CH U/D, INPUT CH U/D, INPUT CH U/D, INPUT CH U/D, INPUT

ADJUST MODE ADJUST MODE ADJUST MODE ADJUST MODE


SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE
SUB BRIGHT* SUB BRIGHT* SUB BRIGHT* SUB BRIGHT*
WHITE BALANCE* WHITE BALANCE* WHITE BALANCE* WHITE BALANCE*
G DRIVE (HIGH)* 3F G DRIVE (HIGH)* 3F G DRIVE (HIGH)* 3F G DRIVE (HIGH)* 3F
R DRIVE (HIGH)* 3F R DRIVE (HIGH)* 3F R DRIVE (HIGH)* 3F R DRIVE (HIGH)* 3F
R CUTOFF (HIGH)* 80 SELECT R CUTOFF (HIGH)* 80 R CUTOFF (HIGH)* 80 SELECT R CUTOFF (HIGH)* 80
G CUTOFF (HIGH)* 80 G CUTOFF (HIGH)* 80 G CUTOFF (HIGH)* 80 G CUTOFF (HIGH)* 80
B CUTOFF (HIGH) 80 B CUTOFF (HIGH) 80 B CUTOFF (HIGH) 80 B CUTOFF (HIGH) 80
H POSITION* 3F H POSITION* 3F H POSITION* 3F H POSITION* 3F
V POSITION* 3F V POSITION* 3F V POSITION* 3F V POSITION* 3F
FACT RESET FACT RESET FACT RESET FACT RESET

Other Mode 1080i through mode Other Mode 1080i through mode

VD Position Adj Mode H Position Adj Mode


Press   to adjust Press   to adjust
DP27/27D
DP27/27D

1.2 I C Parameter List Cont.


2

PIP PIP PIP


ON/OFF Mode Mode
POP/PIP SURF
NORMAL key key SPLIT key
mode mode
mode mode (ANT A only)
PIP Mode key
MENU 

ADJUST MODE

SUB CONT(TV-S) ** Press   to select.


OSD POSITION
AFC/CLOCK TEST
Press  to set to the
MEMORY INIT initial data of each
I2COPEN device.
IR BLASTER

CH U/D, INPUT


ADJUST MODE

SUB CONT(TV-S) ** H POSI **


OSD POSITION Select OSD POSI V POSI **
AFC/CLOCK TEST and press  key.
MEMORY INIT
I2COPEN
IR BLASTER Press EXIT key. Press   to select
the H POSI, V POSI
and press   to
adjust.



ADJUST MODE

SUB CONT(TV-S) **
OSD POSITION
AFC/CLOCK TEST
MEMORY INIT
I2COPEN
IR BLASTER

MENU 

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1.2 I2C Parameter List Cont.

MENU  CH U/D, INPUT

DEVICE ADJUST MODE


CH U/D, INPUT CH U/D, INPUT
UPD64083
TA1340F Select FLEX
TA1360N Select UPD64083 DEVICE ADJUST
DEVICE ADJUST and press  key.
AUDIO and press  key. No. DATA
No. DATA
FLEX SYNCDET 00 TVCINE 00
DIGITAL MODULE 4X3DET 01
V CHIP Press EXIT key. F-STD 00 UPD64083 Press EXIT key. FLEX
V-STD 00 SN-DETH 00
IR BLASTER
ISF MODE H-STD 00 SN-DETL 00
ADJ PUSH [SELECT] ADJ PUSH [SELECT]

MENU   CH U/D, INPUT MENU   CH U/D, INPUT



Select DIGITAL
Select TA1340F MODULE and
and press  key. DEVICE ADJUST DEVICE ADJUST
No. DATA press  key.
No. DATA
HSYNC-M 26 PSTRAT 05
VSYNC-M 23 PEND 00 DIGITAL
Press EXIT key. TA1340F Press EXIT key.
CSYNC-M 00 TEND 00 MODULE
HSYNC-S 23 BLCLN 01
ADJ PUSH [SELECT] ADJ PUSH [SELECT]

MENU   CH U/D, INPUT MENU   CH U/D, INPUT

Select TA1360N Select V CHIP


DEVICE ADJUST and press  key. DEVICE ADJUST
and press  key.
No. DATA No. DATA
RGBOUTO 00 SMPLING 00
Press EXIT key. SUB-BRT 7F TA1360N Press EXIT key. POLLING 0F V CHIP
G-DRV-H 3F START 02
G-DRV-M 50 TIMEOUT 05
ADJ PUSH [SELECT] ADJ PUSH [SELECT]

MENU   CH U/D, INPUT MENU   CH U/D, INPUT


Select IR
Select AUDIO BLASTER AND
and press  key. DEVICE ADJUST DEVICE ADJUST
No. DATA press  key.
No. DATA
BBE-LO 07 WAIT 03
BBE-HI 05 REPEAT 20 IR
Press EXIT key. AUDIO Press EXIT key.
AGC 01 HFRQ-N 03 BLASTER
SURR 00 SYNCDET 00
ADJ PUSH [SELECT] ADJ PUSH [SELECT]

MENU   MENU   CH U/D, INPUT

Select ISF MODE


and press  key. DEVICE ADJUST
No. DATA
RGBOUTO 00
Press EXIT key. SUB-BRT 7F ISF MODE
G-DRV-H 3F
G-DRV-M 50
ADJ PUSH [SELECT]

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DP27/27D

1.2 Comb filter operation check 1.3.4 Noise Reduction


Adjustment preparation (16) Select noise reduction mode using THUMBSTICK
(1) Receive the color bar signal at the regular tuning , and then press select button to set it ON and
point. check that the noise is reduced.
(2) Set the CONTRAST control to MAX and the other
controls to center. 1.3.5 Velocity Modulation
(3) Set the DIMMER to OFF. (17) Select Velocity Modulation using THUMBSTICK ,
and press select button to ON.
Adjustment procedure (18) When the mode is ON, definition level is up at edge
(1) Check that between the color bars there are line dots of vertical line of the circle pattern.
every second color bar as shown in the drawing.
1.3.6 Black Level Expansion
A A A (19) Select Black Level Expansion using THUMBSTICK
, and press select button to ON.
(20) When the mode is ON, Black level is sink at black
portion of picture.
B 1.3.7 Black Side Panel
(21) Select Black Side Panel using THUMBSTICK ,
and press select button to set it to ON.
(22) When the mode is ON, the side panel is sink to black.
Check A and B line dots.
Aspect: 4:3 Normal Mode
3D Y/C
Dots
A None
B None
1.3 Video Settings (Advanced Settings)

1.3.1 Color Temperature


(1) Receive the Circle pattern signal.
(2) Set Color Temperature using THUMBSTICK ,
and change mode using THUMBSTICK , and
then press select button. Side Panel
(3) Color Temperature is changed from Reddish to
medium and Standard from high.

1.3.2 Dimmer
(4) Receive the color bar signal.
(5) Select video mode by using THUMBSTICK ,.
(6) Press THUMBSTICK , to select advanced
settings then press THUMBSTICK .
(7) Select Dimmer using THUMBSTICK , and set it
ON by pressing SELECT.
(8) Check that display becomes dark when the front of
QM02 (light detect transistor on the control P.W.B.) is
covered with hands.
(9) Set Dimmer to OFF by pressing select button and
check that contrast of the display returns.

1.3.3 Auto Color


(10) Set the color control to MAX.
(11) Select Auto Color using THUMBSTICK , and
then press select button.
(12) Set the Auto Color to OFF by pressing select button
and check that the red part of color bar signal grows
deeper.
(13) Reset Auto Color to ON by pressing select button.
(14) Reset the color control to Center.
(15) Receive the color bar signal

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DP27/27D

Important: High Voltage adjustment should Adjustment procedure


! NOT be adjusted in field. This is (1) Press and hold INPUT key on control panel and
adjusted at factory using precise then POWER ON to access I2C adjustment
loads and should NOT be mode.
readjusted. (2) Choose “SERVICE” item from I2C adjustment
menu by pressing THUMB STICK .
1.4 High Voltage Adjustment (should NOT be (3) Screen VR should be turned clockwise gradually
readjusted in field). and set so that retrace line begins to appear.
(4) Return to “NORMAL” mode by THUMB STICK 
Adjustment preparation again.
(1) Connect High Voltage meter to FBT High Voltage (5) Adjust Focus VR’s so that focus is even all
output. Connect GND of High Voltage meter to CPT around screen.
GND or FBT GND.
(2) Check that High Voltage adjustment VR (RH17) is 2.2 DCU Phase Data Setting
set to mechanical center. (located behind FBT on Adjustment preparation
DEFLECTION PWB). (1) Cut off adjustment should be finished.
(2) Set video conditions to factory preset.
(3) Receive circle pattern signal.
(4) VIDEO control should be reset. Adjustment procedure
(1) Receive any NTSC signal.
Adjustment procedure (2) Push “SERVICE ONLY” SW on DEF./CONV.
(1) Adjust High Voltage to following spec. by turning VR PWB. (Enter to DCU ADJ. mode).
RH17 slowly. ADJ. SPEC = 30.2KV±0.3kV. (3) Push A/V NET key on R/C. (Green cross hatch is
(2) After adjustment, fix VR RH17 with Silicone glue displayed).
(KE40RTV). Then push EXIT key on R/C. (Character pattern
is displayed. This is the PHASE setting mode).
(4) Set PH-H phase data as shown below by using
High Voltage Adjustment VR. 4 and 6 key on R/C.
(5) Set PH-V phase data as shown below by using
2 and 5 key on R/C.
(FBT)

RH17
(6) Set CR-H phase data as shown below by using
CONV. THUMB STICK  and  key on R/C.
HEATSINK (7) Set CR-V phase data as shown below by using
THUMB STICK and  key on R/C.
TH01

(8) Push A/V NET key on R/C to exit from the


PHASE mode.
(9) Push PIP MODE key 2 times on R/C to write the
phase data to memory.
(10) When Green dots are displayed, push MUTE
DEFLECTION PWB. key to return to DCU ADJ. mode.
2. FINAL ASSEMBLY ADJUSTMENT (11)Push “SERVICE ONLY” SW to return to RF or
2.1 Cut Off Adjustment VIDEO mode.

Adjustment preparation
(1) Adjust screen VR’s on Focus Pack fully PHASE MODE
counterclockwise.
(2) Adjust Focus VR’s on Focus Pack fully PH-H :CD
clockwise. PH-V: 04
(3) Set video conditions to factory preset. CR-H: 35
(4) The vertical incident illumination on the screen CR-V: 0A
should be 20 lux or less (room should be dark).

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2.3 Horiontal Position Adjustment (Coarse) (4) Turn the deflection yoke of R or B and set so that the
inclination of R or B light with respect to the green
Adjustment preparation light is as shown below on the top and bottom sides.
(1) DCU PHASE DATA SETTING should be (5) After raster inclination adjustment, fixing screw of DY
finished. should be screwed with 12±2kg-cm torque.

1 ≤ ±2 mm
Adjustment procedure
(1) Receive circle pattern (03ch.)
(2) Push SERVICE ONLY switch to display DCU
crosshatch. Mark the DCU crosshatch center
position using your finger tip.
(3) Push SERVICE ONLY switch again to exit from
the DCU crosshatch.
(4) Go to I2C ADJ. mode.
(5) Choose H. POSI item by using R/C MENU (or
up/down cursor) key. Adjust horizontal position
to match the circle center to DCU crosshatch 2 CROSSHATCH (GREEN)
center (marked by your finger tip). , ≤±2mm
1 2
(6) Exit from I2C menu.
Notes: (1) If internal cross-hatch does not appear after
clearing RAM data, press service switch
DCU crosshatch Circle pattern again, on DEF./CONV. PWB.
(2) To restore old RAM data, turn TV off and on.
2.5 Beam alignment
Adjustment preparation
(1) Adjust at least 30 minutes after turning on power
switch.
(2) Raster tilt should be completed. Raster position,
horizontal and vertical size, and optical focus
DCU crosshatch center Circle center adjustment should be coarse adjusted.
(3) Set video conditions to factory preset.
(4) Receive cross-hatch signal.
2.4 Raster Tilt adjustment (Deflection yoke)
Adjustment preparation Adjustment procedure
(1) The set can face east or west. (1) Green (G) tube beam alignment adjustment.
(2) Input the single cross test signal. Short-circuit 2P subminiature connector plug
(3) Set CONTRAST to MAX, other controls to pins of Red (R) and Blue (B) on the CPT boards
CENTER. and project only Green (G) light or you may
(4) The lens focus and horizontal position cover the R and B lens.
adjustment should have been coarse adjusted. (2) Put Green (G) tube beam alignment magnet to
(5) The static focus should have been coarse the cancel state as shown below.
adjusted.
(6) The digital convergence RAM should be cleared
(uncorrected state). With the TV set off, press
and hold the “SERVICE ONLY” switch located on
the DEF./CONV. PWB and then press the power
button. (3) Turn the Green (G) static focus (Focus Pack)
(7) Start adjustment 20 minutes or more after TV is counterclockwise all the way and make sure of
turned on. position of cross-hatch center on screen. (Halo
Adjustment procedure state.)
(1) Short-circuit 2P (TS) sub-mini connectors on (4) Turn the Green (G) static focus (Focus Pack)
Red and Blue CPT P.W.B.s to project only the clockwise all the way. (Blooming state.)
Green beam. (5) Turn two magnets forming alignment magnet in
(2) Turn the G deflection yoke and adjust the vertical any desired direction and move cross-hatch
raster inclination. center to position found in (3).
(3) Then, remove the shorted wire on the 2P(TS) (6) If image position does not shift when Green (G)
sub-mini connectors on the R or B CPT PWB static focus (Focus Pack) is turned. Green (G)
and project red or blue light and green light beam alignment has been completed.
together on screen. (7) If image position shifts when Green (G) static
focus (Focus Pack) is turned, repeat (2)-(6).
(8) Conduct beam alignment for red (R) and
Blue (B) focus: Focus Pack UFPK.
(9) Upon completion of adjustment, fix beam
alignment magnets with white paint.
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2.6 Raster position adjustment


= NORMAL
Adjustment preparation MODE
(1) The set can face east or west. 51” 560
Units = millimeters
(2) Input the single cross test signal.
57” 625 25.4mm = 1in.
(3) Set video conditions to factory preset.
(4) The static focus should have been coarse 65” 710 The 5th line
from center
adjusted. Tolerance: ± 5mm
Between the
(5) The digital convergence RAM should be cleared horizontal lines
(uncorrected state). With the TV set off, press at the top and
and hold the service switch located on the bottom
DEF./CONV. PWB and then press the power
button.
(6) Start adjustment 20 minutes or more after TV is
turned on. Notes:(1) If internal cross-hatch does not
appear after clearing RAM data,
Adjustment procedure
press service switch again (on
(1) Turn the centering magnets for red, green, and
DEF./CONV. PWB).
blue to satisfy the condition below. The red and
(2) To restore old RAM data, turn TV
blue horizontal lines should match with green.
off and on.
(3) V-Size is only done in NORMAL
1 (RED) 2
(BLUE)
mode (NTSC).
51” 20 35

57” 20 35 2.8 Horizontal size adjustment


65” 20 35
Adjustment preparation
Tolerance: ± 2mm (1) The set can face east or west.
Units = millimeters (2) Set video conditions to factory preset.
25.4mm = 1in. (3) The Static Focus adjustment should have been
R B coarse adjusted.
(4) Convergence should not be corrected.
(5) Start adjustment 20 minutes or more after TV is
turned on.
Adjustment procedure
(1) Receive any NTSC signal.
Geometric
center of the
(2) Press the SERVICE ONLY SW on DEF./CONV.
screen PWB and POWER to display DCU uncorrected
converge data.
(3) Locate the horizontal size VR (R711 on
POWER/DEF PWB). Adjust horizontal size to
1 2 the table below.
= NORMAL
(2) Upon completion of adjustment, fix centering MODE
magnets with white paint. 51” 1020
Units = millimeters
NOTES: (1) If internal cross-hatch does not appear 57” 1140 25.4mm = 1in.
after clearing RAM data, press service 65” 1300
switch again. Tolerance: ± 5mm
(2) To restore old RAM data, turn TV off and
The 6th line
on. from center
2.7 Vertical size adjustment
Adjustment preparation
(1) The set can face east or west.
(2) Set video conditions to factory preset. Between the
vertical lines
(3) Convergence should not be corrected. at the left and
(4) Start adjustment 20 minutes or more after TV is right end.
turned on.
Adjustment procedure Notes: (1) Once Normal mode Horizontal size adj. is
(1) Receive any NTSC signal. done. To restore old RAM data, turn TV off
(2) Press the SERVICE ONLY SW on DEF./CONV. and on.
PWB and POWER to display DCU uncorrected (2) After adjustment, press SERVICE ONLY
convergence data. switch to exit DCU crosshatch.
(3) Locate the vertical size VR (R607) on (3) H. SIZE adjustment is only done in
DEFLECTION PWB. Adjust the vertical size NORMAL MODE (NTSC).
according to the following table.
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2.9 Beam form adjustment Adjustment procedure


(1) Loosen the fixing screw or wing nut on the lens
Adjustment preparation
cylinder so that the lens cylinder can be turned.
(1) The beam alignment should have been
(Be careful not to loosen too much). After
completed.
completing steps (4), (5), (6) below, tighten the
(2) The raster tilt, centering, horizontal/
fixing screws or wing nuts for each lens with a
vertical size, scanning area check, and raster
torque of 1.18N.m (12Kgf cm) ~ 1.67N.m (17Kgf
distortion should have been completed.
cm).
(3) Set video conditions to factory preset.
(4) Input the dot signal. (Be careful the lens cylinder does not turn after
(5) Set Aspect to 4:3 Standard Mode. having tightened the screw or wing nuts. If it is
Adjustment procedure tightened too much, lens may tilt or screw may
(1) Green PRT beam shape adjustment. Short- break.)
circuit 2P (TS) sub-mini connectors on Red and Lens Assy Lens Assy
Blue CPT P.W.B.s to project only the Green
beam.
(2) Turn the green static focus VR, on the Focus
Pack, fully clockwise. (Blooming)
(3) Make the dot at the screen center a true circle
using the 4-pole magnet as shown below. (NOTE 1) (NOTE 2)
(4) Also adjust the Red and Blue PRT beam shapes Fixing Screw Fixing Wing Nut
according to the steps (1) to (3). TYPE 1 TYPE 2
(5) After the adjustment has been completed,
(2) Apply covers to each color of R, G and B lenses.
return R, G and B static VRs to the just focus
And project a single color on the screen and
point.
adjust in sequence. (The adjustment order of G,
(6) After the BEAM FORM is completed, fix the
R and B is only an example.)
PRT SURFACE SIDE (3) If the lens adjustment knob is turned clockwise
viewed from the front, the color Aberration
change as follows.
4-POLE BEAM
SHAPE CORRECTION
MAGNET

ZERO FIELD 2-POLE BEAM


SPACER (NO ALIGNMENT
ADJUSTMENT) MAGNET

Cross-Hatch Color
TRUE CIRCLE SPECIFICATION
Aberration
Change of Color Aberration
b Short focus Long focus
RED LENS Orange Scarlet
GREEN LENS Blue Red
BLUE LENS Purple Green
TRUE CIRCLE DEGREE: a/b
a SPECIFICATION: 0.9-1.1 (4) In case of G lens. Set to the point where the
chromatic aberration switches from blue to red.
If the chromatic aberration appearing all over
2.10 LENS FOCUS ADJUSTMENT the screen is not the same, observe the vertical
Adjustment preparation bright line and adjust lens focus as specified in
(1) The orientation of PTV set is arbitrary, west, table below. When the red chromatic aberration
east, north and south. appearing at both sides of the bright line is not
(2) Centering DY inclination should have been equal, observe the side with larger chromatic
adjusted. aberration when adjusting.
(3) Static focus adjustment should have been
coarse adjusted. L1 L2
(4) Drive VR location adjustment should have been
completed. (Red : 12 O’clock, Green : 1~2
O’clock).
(5) Receive the cross-hatch pattern signal.
(6) Refer to setup below.
CONTRAST : HALF of full scale.
BRIGHTNESS : minimum

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OPTICAL FOCUSING ADJUSTMENT GREEN (5) In case of R lens. Set the position where the
chromatic aberration changes from red to
crimson. As shown below, observe the vertical
CHASSIS DP27D DP27
SCREEN SIZE 57” 65” 51” 57” 65”
bright line and adjust lens focus where the
L1 and L2 crimson or red chromatic aberration slightly
(PITCHES from CENTER) 1.0 3.0 1.0 1.0 3.0 appears inside, and crimson or red outside
BETWEEN
L1&L2 * ** * * *
(reference value : 1~3mm) at the point specified
COLOR * * * * * in table below. Change the signal and fine-
ABERRATION I 3.0mm MAX 3.5mm MAX 2.0mm MAX 3.0mm MAX 3.5mm MAX adjust the same way as the G lens.
* ** ** * **
O 3.0mm MAX 3.5mm MAX 2.0mm MAX 3.0mm MAX 3.5mm MAX
(NOTE) * Slightly reddish or no color L
** Slightly bluish or no color

Change the signal to the circle pattern and fine


adjust. Observe the corner part of the screen,
especially observe number in the small circle
when adjusting. If the focus performance at the
screen center exceeds the lower limit, it is
acceptable.
I O
NOTE: Setting the center between Red and crimson
is optimum.
OPTICAL FOCUSING ADJUSTMENT RED

CHASSIS DP27D DP27


SCREEN SIZE 57” 65” 51” 57” 65”
L1 and L2
(PITCHES from CENTER) 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0
BETWEEN
L1&L2 * * * * *
COLOR * * * * *
ABERRATION I 3.0mm MAX 3.5mm MAX 2.0mm MAX 3.0mm MAX 3.5mm MAX
* ** ** * **
O 3.0mm MAX 3.5mm MAX 2.0mm MAX 3.0mm MAX 3.5mm MAX
Small circle of circle pattern (NOTE) * Slightly reddish or no color
** Slightly crimson or no color
NOTES: 1. Since the G light is very important for
picture quality and performance, pay
special attention in its adjustment. (6) In case of B lens. Set the position where the
2. Be careful not to touch the lens with your chromatic aberration changes from purple to
fingers when adjusting. green. As shown below, observe the vertical
bright line and adjust lens focus where the
purple or green chromatic aberration slightly
appears inside and purple or green outside
(reference value : 1~3mm) at the point specified
in table below. Change the signal and fine-
adjust in the same way as the G lens.

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2.12 Digital convergence adjustment
L Note: 1. If replacing a PRT, DY, etc. perform auto-
digital convergence first. (Press front panel
MAGIC FOCUS switch). This can eliminate
the need for a complete digital convergence
alignment.
2. To enter digital convergence adjustment
mode without removing the front speaker
grill, please do the following:
I O
NOTE: Setting to the center between purple and 1) Press “Magic Focus” button on the front
crimson is optimum. panel.
OPTICAL FOCUSING ADJUSTMENT BLUE 2) While “Magic Focus” is running, press
CHASSIS DP27D DP27
Magic Focus button again to “Stop”.
SCREEN SIZE 57” 65” 51” 57” 65”
3) Press INFO button after “STOP” OSD
L1 and L2
(PITCHES from CENTER) 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 appears on the screen to enter digital
BETWEEN convergence mode.
L1&L2 * * * * *
COLOR * * * * * 4) Proceed with convergence adjustment
ABERRATION I 3.0mm MAX 3.5mm MAX 2.0mm MAX 3.0mm MAX 3.5mm MAX
and save the data.
* ** ** * *
O 3.0mm MAX 3.5mm MAX 2.0mm MAX 3.0mm MAX 3.5mm MAX 5) Do MAGIC FOCUS sensor initialization.
(NOTE) * Slightly reddish or no color
** Slightly greenish or no color 6) To exit, press POWER button on the front
(7) After all colors have been adjusted, display all panel.
colors with the cross-hatch pattern signal and
check the focus performance. Adjustment preparation
(8) Then, select the circle pattern signal and check (1) Receive an RF or video signal.
the focus performance of each color and all (2) Set controls to factory preset.
colors together. (3) Install jig screen on the set.
(9) If the focus performance is not acceptable re- (4) Note the center of the video pattern displayed.
adjust step (1) to (6). This is necessary to match dotted lines
(adjustment point viewed) and actual point that
2.11 STATIC FOCUS ADJUSTMENT is adjusted and displayed by the video signal.
(5) Press the service only switch (on DEF./CONV.
Adjustment preparation PWB). The pattern displayed is now the digital
(1) LENS FOCUS adjustment should be finished. convergence mode.
(2) Contrast : MAX (6) When performing a complete digital
Brightness : Center. convergence adjustment CLEAR DATA in RAM.
(3) Receive the circle pattern signal. (With the TV set off, press and hold the service
(4) Apply covers to the lens of the colors you are not switch located on the DEF./CONV. P.W.B. and
adjusting and project only one color on the then press the POWER button).
screen.
Adjustment procedure
(1) Red and blue static focus adjustment. Adjust
the static focus VR on Focus pack (UFPK) so
that the center of circle pattern is the most clear.
Check that the focus does not get conspicuously
worse at the edges of the circle pattern signal or
cross-hatch signal.
(2) Green static focus adjustment. Adjust the static
focus VR on Focus pack (UFPK) (for green) so
that the center of circle pattern is the most clear.
Check that the focus does not get conspicuously
worse at the checking point, the periphery of Adjustment Point
circle pattern cross-hatch signal.
NOTE: Checking point for the periphery of picture.

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2.12.1 MAGIC FOCUS Character Set-Up TABLE 1. - DCU PARAMETER


This instruction should be applied when a new DCU
is being replaced. Parameter Normal
Adjustment Preparation
ADJ. DISP 77
(1) Receive NTSC RF or video signal.
(2) With Power off, PRESS and HOLD the SERVICE DEMO WAIT 2F
ONLY button on DEF./CONV. PWB, then press the INT. START 03
Power On/Off, when picture appears release V. SQUEEZE F0
SERVICE ONLY switch. (Internal crosshatch is INT STEP 1 02
displayed without conv. correction data.) INT STEP 2 06
(3) Press the SWAP button 2 times for ROM READ INT BAR 28
operation. Picture will appear with convergence INT DELAY 01
correction data. MGF STEP 1 00
Adjustment Procedure MGF STEP 2 06
MGF BAR 1B
(1) Press FREEZE key on R/C. (One additional line
MGF DELAY 01
appears near the top and near the bottom.)
(2) Press PIPCH key, then ADJ. PARAMETER mode is SEL. STAT. 00
displayed as following. LINE WID 1F
ADD LINE 09
SENSOR CK 00
ADJ. PARAMETER PORT 0 07
ADJ. DISP.: 77
DEMO WAIT: 2F PORT 1 06
INT. START: 03 PORT 2 05
V. SQUEEZE: F0 PORT 3 04
PORT 4 03
PORT 5 02
PORT 6 01
(3) Press THUMBSTICK  or  to change the ADJ.
DISP. data. PORT 7 00
(4) Press THUMBSTICK  to access DCU parameter. AD LEVEL 03
Change the data as shown on Table 1, DCU CENT. BAL 00
Parameter. E. DISPLAY 00
(5) Press PIP MODE key 2 times to write changed data ADJ. TIMS 60
into EEPROM. (First press ADJ. PARAMETER/ROM AD LEVEL 05
WRITE? is displayed for alarm. 2nd press, writes AD NOISE 0A
data into EEPROM. Green dots appear after PHASE MOT 60
completion of operation.) H. BLK-RV 00
(6) Press MUTE key 3 times to exit from ADJ. H. BLK-GV 01
PARAMETER mode.
H. BLK-BV 00
H. BLK-H 00
PON DELAY 0C
IR-CODE 00
INITIAL 50 9E
MGF 50 96
CENTER 50 FE
STAT 50 FE
DYNA 50 9F

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2.12.2 MAGIC FOCUS Pattern Set-Up


NOTE: (1) This instruction should be applied when a new Pattern Position
DCU is being replaced.
0 1 2
(2) This instruction shows how to set up the pattern
position for MAGIC FOCUS.
Adjustment Procedure 7 3
(1) Receive NTSC RF or video signal.
(2) With Power off, PRESS and HOLD the SERVICE
ONLY button on DEF./CONV. PWB, then press the 6 5 4
Power On/Off, when picture appears release
SERVICE ONLY button. (Internal crosshatch is Normal Mode
displayed without conv. correction data.)
0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7
Adjustment Procedure RH 04 02 FC FE FC 02 02 02
(1) Press FREEZE key on R/C. (One addtional line RV 03 00 07 01 FB 01 FE 01
appears near the top and near the bottom.) GH 04 00 FE 00 FE 00 02 02
(2) Press A/V NET key, then MAGIC FOCUS PATTERN GV 04 00 06 01 FC 01 FE 01
mode is displayed as follows: BH 06 FE FC 00 FE FE 04 02
BV 06 00 04 01 FE 01 FB 01
0 1 2
(7) Press PIP MODE key 2 times to write the changed
data in EEPROM. (First press, ADJ. PATTERN/ROM
7 RH : 0A 3
RV : FF WRITE ? 2nd press, writes data into EEPROM.
Green dots appear after completion of operation.)
6 5 4 (8) Press MUTE key to exit from PATTERN mode.

(3) Use [6] key on remote control to rotate the arrow.


Arrow indicates each sensor position. (Upper left
corner, middle top, upper right corner, right middle, in
this order).
(4) Use the keys to switch color of pattern.
INFO : Green pattern
0 : Red pattern
ANT : Blue pattern
(5) Press THUMBSTICK  or  to change the data
value to the horizontal direction. Press
THUMBSTICK  or  to change the data value to
the vertical direction.
(6) Set the data as shown below:

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2.12.3 Convergence Jig Screen Specifications

51SWX20B (Part Number H312272)


19.7 90.8 90.8 90.8 90.8 90.8 90.8 90.8 90.8 90.8 90.8 90.8 90.8 19.7
30.5
41.0

82.0

82.0

82.0

635
82.0

82.0

82.0

41.0
30.5

1129

57SWX20B/57TWX20B (Part Number H312273)


22 101.5 101.5 101.5 101.5 101.5 101.5 101.5 101.5 101.5 101.5 101.5 101.5 22
34.1
45.8

91.7

91.7

91.7

710
91.7

91.7

91.7

45.8
34.1

1262

65SWX20B/65TWX20B (Part Number H312274)


25.3 115.7 115.7 115.7 115.7 115.7 115.7 115.7 115.7 115.7 115.7 115.7 115.7 25.3
38.6
52.1

104.6

104.6

104.6

809
104.6

104.6

104.6

52.1
38.6

1439

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Note: If only minor adjustments to convergence are
needed, the jig screen is not necessary. Use Adjustment procedure
digital data stored in memory and one color as a (1) Receive any NTSC signal.
reference (red, green, or blue). DO NOT CLEAR (2) Start adjustment at the center of the screen.
DATA and WRITE to ROM memory. (3) Continue adjustment at next closest position.
2.12.4 Raster position adjustment (4) Adjust center area first, ending with edge sections.
(5) Press INFO button to perform calculation operation.
Adjustment preparation This process will take about 1 second and no picture
(1) Position adjustment - This will move an entire will be seen at this time.
color. Use this adjustment to match colors at the (6) After interpolation, check convergence again and
center of the screen. (Active video center from repeat (1)-(5) if necessary.
external signal and physical screen center (7) When convergence is acceptable, press PIP MODE
should now match from phase adjustment). to write data to ROM memory. ROM WRITE? is
(2) Use the buttons below to switch color to adjust. displayed to alarm system that ROM will be
“INFO” - Green overwritten with new data. Press the PIP MODE
“0” - Red button again to write displayed data to ROM.
“ANT” - Blue (8) DATA WRITE TO ROM will take approximately 4
Adjustment procedure
seconds and no picture will be displayed.
(1) Press the FREEZE button. Extra horizontal lines
(9) Green dots will be displayed when operation is
appear to confirm raster position mode.
completed.
(2) Use the thumb stick to adjust position.
(10) Press MUTE to return to convergence pattern, then
(3) Press FREEZE again to exit raster position
confirm again convergence is acceptable.
mode.
(11) Press PIP MODE (ROM WRITE) mode, then press
Notes: (1) Other functions cannot be accessed when
PIP CH to initialize sensor data positions.
in raster position adjustment mode. Press
FREEZE and confirm extra horizontal lines
Notes: (1) Display only green for easier adjustment and
disappear to exit raster position mode.
match to jig screen. Press “MENU”, THEN
(2) Press MENU to remove all colors displayed.
PRESS “INFO”.
2.12.5 Convergence point adjustment (2) Perform interpolation and data write to ROM
after green adjustment. Once green has been
Adjustment preparation
confirmed to match jig screen, the jig screen can
(1) Select color to adjust.
be removed. Do not readjust the green color
“INFO” - Green
after jig screen has been removed. This is now
“0” - Red
your reference color.
“ANT” - Blue
(3) Display green and red only and match red to
(2) Use 4, 6, 2, and 5 to move the cursor position
green.
(dotted lines).
(4) Display all colors and match blue to green and
(3) Use thumb stick to move the convergence point.
red. Touch-up red color if necessary.
(4) Three adjustment modes are available:
(5) Existing DATA in ROM can be read by pressing
1. (3x3) Press “INFO” 5 times (only works
the SWAP button 2 times. This data can be used
when DCU is in uncorrected state)
after replacing a component (CRT, DY, etc.)
2. (7x5) Press “0” 5 times
Where complete convergence adjustment is not
3. (13x9) Press “ANT” 5 times
necessary, be careful not to overwrite this data.
For touch-up, only the (13x9) mode is necessary. DO NOT write cleared RAM data into ROM or a
This will adjust every cross-hatch intersection point complete convergence adjustment will be
on the screen. necessary. Remember to try MAGIC FOCUS
For complete adjustment, start with (3x3) mode. This before starting convergence adjustment to
will adjust center point and eight edge points only, minimize adjustment time.
but will greatly reduce adjustment time. Then use (6) To confirm and fine tune the convergence at the
(7x5) mode, and finally (13x9) mode to finish edge of the screen, press the PIP CH button on
convergence. the remote control while in the digital
convergence adjustment mode (DCAM) for
If “S” distortion appears between cross-hatch additional lines at the edge of the screen. Fine
lines repeat (7x5) mode to change calculation tune the edge convergence as necessary. To
process while adjusting to remove distortion, exit, press PIP CH again.
then return to (13x9) mode to finish touch-up
convergence.

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2.13.6 Magic Focus Initialize 2.13.1 Digital Convergence Remote Control


Adjustment Preparation
(1) Receive any NTSC signal.
(2) Digital convergence adjustment should have been
completed.
(3) Set is in DCU adjustment mode.
Adjustment Procedure
(1) Press “PIP MODE” and then “PIP CH” to initialize
POWER
Magic Focus. The initialize operation starts and
several windows appear during this operation. It
takes about 30 seconds or less. TV
VCR CBL
STB
(2) When green dots appear, initialize operation is SOURCE WIZARD

finished. CD TAPE
CURSOR UP
DVD AMP
(3) Turn power OFF on TV set.
1 2 3 CURSOR
RIGHT
CURSOR LEFT 4 5 6

*INITIAL:N* 7 8 9 CURSOR
DOWN
PHASE SLEEP 0 INFO GREEN
(3X3)
C.C. A/V NET ASPECT
ANT
VIRT
UAL
HD
RED (7 x 5)
Initialization Operation BLUE (13 x 9)

EX
NU IT
ME
REMARKS
REMOVE CROSSHATCH
Another way to start the initialize operation: COLOR VIDEO
(1) Press “SERVICE ONLY” Sw. on DEF./CONV. PWB to VOL
SELECT
CH
set DCU adj. mode.
(2) Press [PIP MODE] key on R/C. Then “ROM ADJUSTMENT
WRITE?” is displayed for alarm. Next, press [PIP SV MUT
E CH
CS LAST HD
CH] key on R/C to start initialization. When green VCR
PLUS
SC

+ TV
GUIDE/
dots appear, initalization operation is finished. VID
1 VID
5

VID RASTER
NOTE: If there is an error message, red dots or an error 2
VID 3
VID 4
POSITION
code, refer to page 53, CONVERGENCE PIP PIP CH FREEZE

ERRORS. CALCULATION PIP ACCESS


(R/C must be PIP MODE SWAP VIDEO
in VCR mode)
INITIALIZE
ROM WRITE

ROM READ REC

CLU-5722TSI

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2.13 Blue defocus adjustment (6) BLUE defocus ADJ. should be finished.
(7) The vertical incident illumination on the screen
Adjustment Preparation
should be 20 Lux. or less.
(1) Optical and electrical focus adjustment should
have been completed.
(8) Picture Format is 16:9 Standard Mode.
(2) The convergence adjustment should have been
(9) Go into I2C service mode.
completed.
Table 1: White Balance Adjustment Signal
(3) Set Video conditions to factory preset.
(4) Input the cross-hatch signal. Screen Size 51” 57” 65”
High light [IRE] 100
Adjustment procedure
[Vpp] 0.715
(1) Turn the B Focus VR (Focus Pack) fully
Low light [IRE] 17.5 20.0 25.0
clockwise.
[Vpp] 0.123 0.140 0.175
(2) Adjust sticking out level of blue to specification
shown in table below, by turning the (B) FOCUS Table 1 shows amplitude of White raster (without sync,
VR counter clockwise. termination impedence: 75ohm).

Table 2: White Balance Adjustment Specification


STICKING OUT OF BLUE Size Highlight Lowlight
51” 10800K-7MPCD 21000K-25MPCD
(x=0.278 ± 0.004, y=0.280 ± 0.004) (x=0.260 ± 0.010, y=0.245 ± 0.010)
57” 10800K-7MPCD 21000K-25MPCD
UNEVENNESS SPECIFICATION: ±1cd/m2 (x=0.278 ± 0.004, y=0.280 ± 0.004)
65” 10800K-7MPCD
(x=0.260 ± 0.010, y=0.245 ± 0.010)
OUT OF RANGE
(x=0.278 ± 0.004, y=0.280 ± 0.004) (x=0.255 ± 0.005, y=0.235 ± 0.005)
Defocus sticking out specification
Screen Size Blue sticking out Adjustment Procedure
A. High Light W/B adjustment
51” 1.0mm (1) Receive signal for High Light white balance ADJ.
57” 1.0mm (2) Adjust white balance at center of screen, using R
DRV/ G DRV with remote control (see Table 2).
65” 1.0mm
Condition: User controls are set to the initial set B. Low Light W/B adjustment
positions (for shipment) (1) Receive signal for Low Light white balance ADJ.
(2) Adjust white balance to center of screen, using R
Measuring point-Screen center. CUT OFF/G CUT OFF/B CUT OFF with remote
2.14 White balance adjustment control. Do not touch screen VRs (see Table 2).
(1) Screen adjustment (3) Take Green color as a reference color, then adjust
(2) High light white balance. Low Light W/B by increasing other two colors CUT
(3) Low light white balance. OFF data. Do not change GREEN CUT OFF data.
CA-100 Probe should be set to a direction as shown
I2C data for High light white balance below.
Green : G DRIVE (HIGH) 3F (initial data)(Adjustable) Repeat A & B two or three times, until no adjustment
Red : R DRIVE (HIGH) 3F (initial data)(Adjustable) is needed (white balance tracking-GOOD). If W/B
Blue : on FOCUS PACK UFPK tracking is not good, set all data (Both DRV and CUT
OFF) to inital data, and change reference color to
I2C data for Low light white balance different color.
Green : G CUT OFF (HIGH) 7F (initial) (Fixed data) Note: If Low Light adj. spec cannot be followed, apply
Red : R CUT OFF (HIGH) 7F (initial) (Adj. data) previous adj. spec. (adjust by eye.)
Blue : B CUT OFF (HIGH) 7F (initial) (Adj. data)
Screw Hole
Flat Face
Adjustment Preparation
(1) Adjustment should start 20 min. or more after the TV
power is turned ON.
(2) CUT OFF ADJ. should be finished.
(3) VIDEO control : Contrast is MAX., Others are center.
(4) Color temp. : HIGH Screen
(5) Signal: Set probe to above direction. Top view of
* Hight Light white Balance Adj. (Screw hole side should CA-100 Probe
White raster 0.715Vpp (w/o sync., termination be on the left side)
incidence : 75ohm.) 100IRE
* Low Light white balance ADJ.
White raster 0.180Vpp (w/o sync., termination
incidence : 75ohm.) 25 IRE (The brightness
equal to 20cd/m2 at screen center on 53” 4:3
model)
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2.15 Sub brightness adjustment


Adjustment preparation
(1) Start adjustment after the power is turned ON
for 20 minutes or more.
(2) Receive the color bar signal.
(3) The vertical incident illumination on the screen
should be 20 lux or less. (Room should be dark).
(4) Picture Formats is 16:9 Standard Mode.

W
75% Y CY G MG R BL
A7 A6 A5 A4 A3 A2 A1
B
C
D Should sink
to black
Should rise
Q I W 100% BLK
slightly from
black

Adjustment procedure
(1) Go to “Sub Brightness” adjustment in I2C
ADJUST mode (press Input and Power button
on Control panel at same time), using thumb
stick ,  and then thumb stick .
(2) Then adjust “Sub Brightness” using thumb stick
,  to increase or decrease the value,
according to figure. (Visually adjust).
(3) After adjustment, press MENU button to exit I2C
ADJUST mode. (Data is stored in memory).

Note: When selecting SUB-BRIGHTNESS mode the


microprocessor sets the CONTRAST and
COLOR to MIN. automatically, but make sure
that the other conditions are center.
Directly observe the screen by eye without using
a mirror.

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WHITE BALANCE ADJUSTMENT FLOW CHART

START

Cut Off Adj.

Blue defocus Adj.

Sub bright Adj.

Adj. High Light W/B

Repeat two or three times, until no


adjustment is needed
Adj. Low Light W/B

Sub bright Adj.

Check
Low Light W/B If NOT OK
High Light W/B

If OK

FINISH

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2.16 Sub Picture Signal Amplitude Adjustment


Adjustment preparation
(1) Sub-brightness adjustment should be finished.
(2) Start adjustment about 20 minutes after the power
switch is turned on.
(3) Condition should be as follows:
Contrast : Max
Brightness : Center
(4) Press PIP button on R/C unit. Select Split mode.
(5) Receive ANT A NTSC white signal (amplitude
1. OVp-p), main-picture and sub-picture. (Do not use
Video/S-Video/YPBPR/DVI.)
(6) Connect probe on the P852(CPT P.W.B.-Green) to
check sub-picture amplitude.

Adjustment procedure
(1) Go to “SUB CONT(TV-S)” adj. on the I2C service
mode.
(2) Press “PIP” button and “PIP Mode” button of R/C.
(3) Observe P852 on the CPT P.W.B. and change the
“SUB CONT(TV-S)” I2C data so that the amplitude of
the sub-picture is the same level as that of the main
picture.

DISPLAY
ADJUST MODE SPLIT
TA1270-M
SUB CONT(TV-S) **
OSD POSITION
AFC/CLOCK TEST MAIN SUB
MEMORY INIT Press “PIP” button ANT A ANT A
I2COPEN and “PIP Mode”
IR BLASTER button

Main Picture Main Picture

Wave form of P852 (Green Cathode)


1H

Main Picture Sub Picture

Adjustment specification: ±1V


Quality control specification: ±3V

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2.17 Horizontal position adjustment 2.18 Scanning area check

Adjustment preparation Checking condition


(1) The screen face of set should be turned to East (1) Digital convergence adjustment should have
or West. been completed.
(2) VIDEO control should be set to Factory Preset (2) Receive the circle pattern signal.
Condition. (3) Brightness/Contrast - standard condition
(3) DIGITAL CONVERGENCE adjustment should Contrast:max
be finished. Other controls:center position
(4) Check that the scanning area matches with the
Adjustment procedure following drawing.
NORMAL 16X9 STANDARD MODE
(1) Receive circle pattern. Top and bottom of the circle is between
(2) Picture Format is 16:9 Standard. outer edge and inner edge.
(3) Go to I2C Adj. mode by pressing INPUT and
POWER button on control panel at the same
time.
(4) Choose H. POSITION item using R/C Outer edge of the circle Inner edge of the circle
THUMBSTICK ,.
(5) Adjust HORIZONTAL POSITION as follows,
using R/C THUMBSTICK ,.

3 5 5 3

H size marker H size marker


Spec: Balance Left/Right side display position. 0.7~1.5 0.7~1.5
H. size marker 1.0~2.0.

Adjustment procedure
1080i 16:9 Standard Mode
(1) Input 1080i (fH=33.75KHz) component circle
pattern signal to component video terminal.
(2) Picture Format is 16:9 Standard.
(3) Go to I2C Adj. mode using R/C key.
(4) Choose H. POSITION item using R/C
THUMBSTICK ,.
(5) Adjust HORIZONTAL POSITION as follows,
using R/C THUMBSTICK ,.

Spec: Balance Left/Right side display position.

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2.19 Raster distortion check

Checking condition
(1) Digital convergence adjustment should have been completed.
(2) Receive the cross-hatch signal (internal signal of the set is acceptable).
(3) Brightness/Contrast --- standard condition
Contrast : max
Other controls : center position
(4) Check the raster distortion specification: Value shown in the table below or less.
A~D
---Measure the winding of the outside line.
I~L (unit: mm)
Item Symbol 51” 57” 65”
Top/Bottom pincushion distortion A,B ±6 ±6 ±6
Right/Left pincushion distortion C,D ±4 ±4 ±5
Center line Vertical line E 6 6 6
tilt Horizontal line F 6 6 6
Center line Vertical line G ±3 ±4 ±4
winding Horizontal line H ±3 ±4 ±4
Trapezoidal distortion Vertical line I,J 5 5 5
Skew distortion Horizontal line K,L 6 6 6

C D
F

B E

G H

I J

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5. Convergence Errors.

If an error message or code appears while performing MAGIC FOCUS or initialize (PIP MODE, PIP CH in DCU
service mode) follow this confirmation and repair method.

1. Turn on power and receive any signal.


2. Press service switch on DEF./CONV. board.
3. Press “SWAP” then “PIP CH” on remote control.
4. Error code will be displayed in bottom right corner of screen. If there is no error, an “INITIAL OK” message will
appear on screen.
Error message
Error code
ERROR!! CONNECT 1!
X No. 1 3
Sensor position
5. Follow repair table for errors.

DCU REPAIR TABLE


Error Application
Error
Code Display Magic
Countermeasure Initialize
Code Focus
1 VF Error Replace DCU X X
2 Connect 1 1. Darken Outside Light
*2 2. Placing of sensor
3. Is pattern hitting sensor
4. Check connection and solder bridge of sensor
5. Replace sensor X
6. Replace sensor P.W.B.
7. Sensor Connector check
8. Replace DCU
9. Adjustment check (H/V size, centering)
3*2 A/D Level Same as Error Code 2 X X
4 Over Flow 1. Check the placement of sensor X X
2. Adjustment check (H/V size, centering)
3. Conv. amp. gain check *1 (check resistor values only)
5 Convergence Same as Error Code 4 X X
7 Operation Same as Error Code 4 X
9 Connect 2 Same as Error Code 2 X X
10 Noise Input strong field signal
Check the wiring of connector between sensor and DCU X X
11 Sync Input strong field signal
Check the wiring of connetor between sensor and DCU X X

*1 -- RK 42, 46, 50, 54, 58, 62 check these resistors.


*2 Sensor Position

0 1 2

7 3 (View from front side)

6 5 4

8 Sensors

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3. ADJUSTMENT POINT
3.1 CRT, cabinet locations

1. CENTERING MAGNET FOR RED PRT


2. CENTERING MAGNET FOR GREEN PRT
3. CENTERING MAGNET FOR BLUE PRT
4. 4-POLE MAGNET FOR BEAM FORM ADJUSTMENT
5. BEAM ALIGNMENT MAGNET
6. FOCUS PACK (Top Adjustments for Screen, Bottom for Focus)

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SIGNAL BLOCK ASSEMBLY

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DEFLECTION P.W.B.

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POWER SUPPLY P.W.B.

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CPT P.W.B.

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CONTROL P.W.B.

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TROUBLE SHOOTING FLOWCHART

1. NO RASTER AND NO POWER (How to check LED’s Diagnosis)

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TROUBLE SHOOTING FLOWCHART

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TROUBLE SHOOTING FLOWCHART

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WAVEFORMS AT EACH SECTION
Numbers inside circle correspond to locations shown in the circuit diagram.

1 I001 Pin 13 2 I001 Pin 21 3 I001 Pin 22

4 I001 Pin 23 5 I001 Pin 28 6 I001 Pin 29

7 I001 Pin 30 8 I001 Pin 31 9 I001 Pin 32

10 I001 Pin 33 11 I001 Pin 34 12 I001 Pin 52

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WAVEFORMS AT EACH SECTION
Numbers inside circle correspond to locations shown in the circuit diagram.

13 I001 Pin 54 14 I001 Pin 62 15 I001 Pin 64

16 I401 Pin 24 17 I401 Pin 26 18 I401 Pin 27

19 I401 Pin 41 20 I401 Pin 42 21 I401 Pin 43

22 IZ02 Pin 3 23 IZ02 Pin 15 24 IZ02 Pin 26

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WAVEFORMS AT EACH SECTION
Numbers inside circle correspond to locations shown in the circuit diagram.

25 PPS2 Pin 6 26 PPS2 Pin 8 27 PPS2 Pin 10

28 PSC1 Pin 5 29 PSC1 Pin 7 30 PSC1 Pin 9

31 PFC1 Pin 14 32 PST1 Pin 1 33 PST1 Pin 2

34 PST2 Pin 28 35 PST2 Pin 29 36 Q709 Collector

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WAVEFORMS AT EACH SECTION
Numbers inside circle correspond to locations shown in the circuit diagram.

37 Q777 Collector (100% reduced) 38 QH01 Drain (100% reduced) 39 TH01 Pin 9 (100% reduced)

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DC VOLTAGES SIGNAL 1
Symbol Pin No. V(DC) Pin No. V(DC) Pin No. V(DC) Pin No. V(DC)
1 0.2 26 0.0 51 3.6 76 2.9
2 1.2 27 0.0 52 3.2 77 0.0
3 3.3 28 5.0 53 3.2 78 3.2
4 3.2 29 5.0 54 0.2 79 3.3
5 0.0 30 5.0 55 3.2 80 0.0
6 0.0 31 5.0 56 3.2 81 3.2
7 1.5 32 0.1 57 3.2 82 3.2
8 0.0 33 0.1 58 3.2 83 3.4
9 0.0 34 0.1 59 3.2 84 3.4
10 0.0 35 0.0 60 0.0 85 3.1
11 0.0 36 0.0 61 3.2 86 3.1
12 3.2 37 0.0 62 3.0 87 0.0
I001 13 1.6 38 0.0 63 0.0 88 0.0
14 0.0 39 0.0 64 3.5 89 0.0
15 1.6 40 0.0 65 0.0 90 0.0
16 3.2 41 0.0 66 0.0 91 1.4
17 0.0 42 0.0 67 0.0 92 1.0
18 3.2 43 0.0 68 0.0 93 1.0
19 0.0 44 3.2 69 0.0 94 3.2
20 0.0 45 3.1 70 0.0 95 0.0
21 0.0 46 0.0 71 0.0 96 0.0
22 0.0 47 0.0 72 0.0 97 1.1
23 3.0 48 0.0 73 3.2 98 0.0
24 0.0 49 0.0 74 3.2 99 5.0
25 0.0 50 0.0 75 3.2 100 2.0

Symbol Pin No. V(DC) Pin No. V(DC)


Symbol Pin No. V(DC) Pin No. V(DC) 1 3.3 23 0.0
1 4.4 9 9.4 2 3.3 24 0.1
2 5.9 10 9.4 3 0.0 25 0.0
3 5.4 11 0.0 4 0.1 26 0.1
I005 4 5.4 12 5.4 5 3.3 27 0.1
5 5.9 13 4.4 6 0.0 28 0.0
6 0.0 14 5.4 7 3.3 29 0.0
7 0.0 15 4.4 8 1.0 30 3.2
8 0.0 16 9.4 9 0.0 31 3.1
10 0.0 32 3.1
Symbol Pin No. V(DC) Pin No. V(DC) I009 11 0.0 33 3.1
1 0.2 11 5.0 12 3.3 34 3.1
2 4.8 12 0.0 13 0.1 35 3.1
3 0.0 13 0.0 14 0.1 36 3.1
4 0.2 14 4.5 15 0.0 37 3.3
I007 5 0.0 15 0.0 16 0.0 38 0.0
6 0.0 16 5.0 17 3.1 39 0.0
7 0.0 17 0.0 18 3.1 40 0.0
8 3.2 18 4.9 19 0.0 41 0.0
9 3.2 19 0.0 20 0.0 42 0.0
10 0.0 20 5.0 21 0.0 43 0.0
22 0.0 44 0.0

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DC VOLTAGES SIGNAL 1
Symbol Pin No. V(DC) Symbol Pin No. V(DC) Pin No. V(DC)
1 0.0 1 0.0 5 4.9
2 0.0 I003 2 0.0 6 4.9
I002 3 0.0 3 0.0 7 0.0
4 3.2 4 0.0 8 5.0
5 0.0

Symbol Pin No. V(DC) Pin No. V(DC) Symbol Pin No. V(DC) Pin No. V(DC)
1 0.0 6 0.4 PFH2 1 0.0 2 0.0
2 0.2 7 0.2
PFH1 3 0.0 8 0.0 Symbol Pin No. V(DC) Pin No. V(DC)
4 0.0 9 3.2 PRST 1 3.2 2 3.0
5 3.2 10 0.0
Symbol Pin No. V(DC) Pin No. V(DC)
Symbol Pin No. V(DC) Pin No. V(DC) 1 9.4 6 3.3
1 5.1 5 5.0 2 0.0 7 3.2
PJIG 2 4.9 6 4.9 PFS 3 5.0 8 3.3
3 4.8 7 3.2 4 2.0 9 3.2
4 0.0 -- 5 0.0 --

B 0.4 B 2.9 B 3.3


Q001 C 1.5 Q016 C 0.0 Q030 C 0.0
E 0.2 E 3.5 E 3.3
B 0.1 B 3.5 B 3.3
Q004 C 3.1 Q017 C 5.7 Q031 C 0.0
E 0.0 E 2.9 E 3.3
B 6.1 B 4.4 B 3.3
Q005 C 0.6 Q018 C 9.4 Q032 C 0.0
E 6.0 E 3.8 E 3.3
B 5.5 B 5.5 B 0.6
Q006 C 0.0 Q019 C 9.4 Q033 C 1.6
E 6.1 E 4.8 E 0.2
B 5.2 B 2.7
Q007 C 9.4 Q020 C 0.0
E 5.5 E 3.4
B 3.9 B 0.6
Q008 C 0.0 Q022 C 0.1
E 4.5 E 0.0
B 0.0 B 0.0
Q010 C 9.4 Q023 C 3.5
E 0.0 E 0.0
B 0.7 B 1.4
Q012 C 0.0 Q024 C 0.0
E 0.0 E 0.0
B 5.2 B 0.7
Q013 C 9.4 Q025 C 0.0
E 5.5 E 0.0
B 4.0 B 0.0
Q014 C 0.0 Q026 C 4.7
E 4.7 E 0.0
B 3.4
Q015 C 5.1
E 2.7

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DC VOLTAGES SIGNAL 2
Symbol Pin No. V(DC) Pin No. V(DC) Symbol Pin No. V(DC)
1 3.3 5 0.0 1 1.9
IP51 2 2.6 6 0.0 2 3.3
3 3.3 7 1.8 IP52 3 0.0
4 2.3 8 1.8 4 5.8
5 2.5

Symbol Pin No. V(DC) Pin No. V(DC)


1 2.2 15 0.6 Symbol Pin No. V(DC)
2 5.2 16 2.7 1 0.0
3 0.0 17 2.2 IP53 2 5.1
4 4.9 18 2.2 3 5.7
5 4.8 19 1.9
6 0.0 20 0.0
U301 7 5.0 21 0.7 Symbol Pin No. V(DC) Pin No. V(DC)
8 0.0 22 0.1 1 2.2 15 0.0
9 33.9 23 0.1 2 5.8 16 1.4
10 0.0 24 0.0 3 5.0 17 2.2
11 0.0 25 0.0 4 4.9 18 2.2
12 0.0 26 4.2 5 4.9 19 1.9
13 9.3 27 4.2 6 0.0 20 0.0
14 0.6 -- U302 7 5.0 21 0.0
8 0.0 22 N/C
9 33.7 23 N/C
Symbol Pin No. V(DC) Pin No. V(DC) 10 0.0 24 N/C
1 5.2 12 4.5 11 0.0 25 N/C
2 0.0 13 5.0 12 0.0 26 N/C
3 4.2 14 0.2 13 9.3 27 N/C
4 4.0 15 4.0 14 3.0 --
PFC1 5 3.8 16 0.0
(U303) 6 0.0 17 4.8
7 0.2 18 4.6 Symbol Pin No. V(DC) Pin No. V(DC)
8 4.0 19 4.5 1 1.8 12 0.6
9 0.0 20 0.0 2 1.8 13 0.0
10 4.9 21 3.3 3 0.0 14 0.0
11 4.8 22 3.3 4 0.0 15 0.0
PFC2 5 1.0 16 1.6
(U303) 6 3.2 17 0.0
B 0.7 7 3.1 18 1.8
Q301 C 0.0 8 0.2 19 0.0
E 0.0 9 0.0 20 1.8
B 0.7 10 0.0 21 5.0
Q302 C 0.0 11 0.2 22 5.0
E 0.0
B 0.1
Q303 C 3.4
E 0.0
B 0.6
Q304 C 0.0
E 0.0
B 0.0
Q305 C 0.0
E 0.0

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DC VOLTAGES SIGNAL 3
Symbol Pin No. V(DC) Pin No. V(DC) Symbol Pin No. V(DC) Pin No. V(DC)
1 0.0 29 2.1 1 1.2 9 0.5
2 5.3 30 4.9 2 1.0 10 0.5
3 5.3 31 4.9 3 1.2 11 0.5
4 5.1 32 0.0 I402 4 1.0 12 3.0
5 5.1 33 4.0 5 1.0 13 4.0
6 0.0 34 4.0 6 0.0 14 0.0
7 0.8 35 4.0 7 0.0 15 0.8
8 5.1 36 0.5 8 0.0 16 9.1
9 5.1 37 4.0
10 5.1 38 4.0 Symbol Pin No. V(DC) Pin No. V(DC)
11 6.2 39 4.0 1 4.7 16 0.0
12 7.7 40 9.1 2 0.0 17 0.0
13 0.0 41 2.7 3 0.0 18 4.9
14 2.1 42 2.8 4 4.7 19 0.0
15 3.2 43 2.5 5 4.7 20 0.0
I401 16 3.0 44 0.0 6 4.7 21 0.0
17 1.5 45 9.1 7 4.7 22 0.0
18 0.2 46 5.0 IA01 8 4.7 23 4.7
19 9.1 47 5.0 9 1.0 24 4.7
20 0.0 48 5.1 10 4.7 25 0.0
21 5.5 49 0.0 11 1.8 26 4.7
22 2.8 50 0.0 12 1.8 27 0.0
23 2.5 51 0.0 13 4.8 28 0.0
24 1.0 52 0.0 14 4.9 29 0.0
25 0.0 53 5.8 15 0.0 30 4.7
26 0.9 54 4.4
27 5.0 55 9.1 Symbol Pin No. V(DC) Pin No. V(DC)
28 0.5 56 5.5 1 0.0 13 0.0
2 4.7 14 0.0
Symbol Pin No. V(DC) Pin No. V(DC) 3 4.7 15 4.7
1 2.4 7 22.3 4 4.7 16 4.7
2 2.8 8 5.1 5 4.7 17 4.7
IA03 3 0.0 9 44.2 IA02 6 4.7 18 4.7
4 2.8 10 0.0 7 4.7 19 0.0
5 2.4 11 4.4 8 4.7 20 4.7
6 14.8 12 22.4 9 4.7 21 4.7
10 9.3 22 4.7
Symbol Pin No. V(DC) Pin No. V(DC) 11 0.0 23 4.7
1 4.6 13 0.0 12 4.6 24 4.7
2 4.7 14 4.7
3 4.7 15 4.7 Symbol Pin No. V(DC) Pin No. V(DC)
4 4.7 16 4.7 1 4.1 9 0.0
5 4.7 17 4.7 2 4.6 10 0.0
IA04 6 4.7 18 4.7 3 0.2 11 0.0
7 4.6 19 4.7 IA05 4 0.1 12 4.6
8 7.9 20 4.7 5 0.1 13 4.1
9 0.0 21 4.7 6 0.0 14 4.6
10 0.0 22 4.7 7 0.0 15 4.6
11 0.0 23 4.7 8 0.0 16 9.3
12 9.3 24 4.6

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DC VOLTAGES SIGNAL 3
Symbol Pin No. V(DC) Pin No. V(DC)
1 5.1 7 3.5
2 3.5 8 0.0
PSC 3 2.5 9 3.5
4 0.0 10 0.0
5 3.2 11 0.0
6 0.0 12 9.3

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DC VOLTAGES SIGNAL 3
B 1.8 B 0.0 B 3.9
Q401 C 0.0 Q420 C 0.0 Q447 C 9.1
E 2.4 E 0.6 E 3.7
B 1.8 B 0.0 B 4.3
Q402 C 0.0 Q421 C 0.0 Q448 C 7.7
E 2.4 E 0.7 E 3.7
B 1.6 B 0.0 B 1.6
Q403 C 0.0 Q422 C 0.0 Q450 C 8.4
E 2.3 E 0.7 E 1.0
B 6.8 B 8.4 B 2.2
Q404 C 9.1 Q426 C 4.5 QA03 C 8.6
E 6.1 E 9.1 E 1.6
B 6.8 B 2.6 B 2.2
Q405 C 9.1 Q428 C 0.0 QA04 C 8.6
E 6.2 E 6.2 E 1.6
B 6.9 B 7.4 B 8.6
Q406 C 9.1 Q429 C 3.2 QA05 C 5.7
E 6.3 E 8.0 E 9.3
B 0.2 B 4.5 B 8.6
Q407 C 9.2 Q431 C 0.0 QA06 C 0.0
E 0.4 E 5.2 E 9.1
B 9.1 B 2.8 B 0.0
Q408 C 0.9 Q433 C 0.0 QA07 C 0.0
E 9.2 E 3.5 E 0.0
B 0.9 B 7.4 B 0.0
Q409 C 9.2 Q434 C 3.5 QA08 C 0.0
E 0.9 E 8.0 E 0.0
B 0.9 B 2.8 B 0.1
Q410 C 0.0 Q438 C 0.0 QA09 C 0.0
E 1.5 E 3.5 E 0.0
B 0.2 B 7.4 B 0.1
Q411 C 9.2 Q439 C 3.5 QA10 C 0.0
E 1.1 E 8.0 E 0.0
B 1.1 B -0.3 B 0.0
Q412 C 9.2 Q440 C 9.3 QA11 C 4.4
E 0.5 E 0.0 E 0.0
B 7.3 B 9.1 B 0.0
Q413 C 0.0 Q441 C 0.2 QA12 C 14.8
E 6.7 E 9.2 E 0.0
B 0.0 B 0.1 B 0.0
Q414 C 9.1 Q442 C 9.0 QA13 C 8.6
E 0.0 E 0.0 E 0.0
B 0.0 B 8.6 B 0.7
Q415 C 9.1 Q443 C 0.0 QA14 C 0.0
E 0.0 E 8.5 E 0.0
B 0.1 B 1.2 B 4.7
Q417 C 0.0 Q444 C 9.2 QA15 C 9.3
E 0.8 E 8.6 E 4.1
B 0.1 B 2.7 B 0.7
Q418 C 0.0 Q445 C 0.1 QA16 C 0.0
E 0.7 E 2.7 E 0.0
B 0.1 B 2.0
Q419 C 0.0 Q446 C 3.7
E 0.8 E 1.4

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DP27/27D

DC VOLTAGES TERMINAL
Symbol Pin No. V(DC) Pin No. V(DC)
1 0.0 9 5.0
2 2.2 10 3.6
3 2.8 11 1.8
IV01 4 2.4 12 3.8
5 1.3 13 3.4
6 0.0 14 2.2
7 0.0 15 2.3
8 -5.0 16 0.0

Symbol Pin No. V(DC) Pin No. V(DC) Pin No. V(DC) Pin No. V(DC)
1 0.0 26 0.0 51 0.0 76 3.0
2 0.0 27 0.0 52 2.4 77 0.0
3 0.0 28 0.0 53 2.4 78 0.0
4 0.0 29 0.0 54 0.0 79 0.0
5 0.0 30 0.0 55 0.0 80 0.0
6 0.0 31 2.4 56 0.0 81 0.0
7 0.0 32 2.4 57 3.3 82 1.1
8 0.0 33 0.0 58 0.0 83 1.5
9 0.0 34 0.0 59 4.9 84 1.4
10 0.0 35 0.0 60 4.8 85 1.1
11 3.3 36 0.0 61 0.1 86 0.0
12 3.3 37 0.0 62 0.1 87 0.0
IW01 13 0.0 38 3.3 63 0.0 88 -1.0
14 0.0 39 0.0 64 2.4 89 1.6
15 0.0 40 0.0 65 0.0 90 0.8
16 0.0 41 0.0 66 0.0 91 1.3
17 0.0 42 0.0 67 0.0 92 2.4
18 0.0 43 0.0 68 0.0 93 2.4
19 0.0 44 0.0 69 0.0 94 0.0
20 0.0 45 2.4 70 0.0 95 0.0
21 0.0 46 2.4 71 0.0 96 1.1
22 0.0 47 1.1 72 0.0 97 0.0
23 0.0 48 1.2 73 0.0 98 0.0
24 0.0 49 0.0 74 0.0 99 0.0
25 0.0 50 1.5 75 0.0 100 -2.5

Symbol Pin No. V(DC) Pin No. V(DC) Symbol Pin No. V(DC) Pin No. V(DC)
1 9.2 16 2.5 1 9.2 16 2.5
2 2.4 17 4.7 2 2.5 17 4.7
3 4.3 18 0.0 3 4.3 18 0.0
4 2.6 19 2.5 4 2.5 19 2.5
5 0.0 20 0.0 5 0.0 20 0.0
6 2.0 21 4.0 6 2.0 21 4.1
7 0.0 22 3.8 7 0.0 22 3.8
IZ01 8 5.0 23 3.9 IZ02 8 5.1 23 3.9
9 6.5 24 4.1 9 6.5 24 4.1
10 5.3 25 5.0 10 5.3 25 0.0
11 0.0 26 3.0 11 0.0 26 0.0
12 9.2 27 0.0 12 0.0 27 0.0
13 4.8 28 2.3 13 4.8 28 2.3
14 4.9 29 2.3 14 4.9 29 2.3
15 0.2 30 2.0 15 0.2 30 2.0

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DP27/27D

DC VOLTAGES TERMINAL
Symbol Pin No. V(DC) Pin No. V(DC) Symbol Pin No. V(DC) Pin No. V(DC)
1 4.1 33 5.0 1 1.3 33 0.0
2 4.6 34 4.9 2 1.1 34 5.3
3 4.1 35 0.0 3 1.3 35 0.0
4 4.6 36 3.5 4 9.1 36 5.3
5 4.6 37 4.6 5 9.1 37 0.0
6 0.2 38 4.6 6 0.0 38 5.3
7 0.1 39 3.9 7 5.0 39 9.1
8 4.1 40 4.6 8 0.0 40 4.5
9 4.6 41 4.7 9 5.0 41 0.0
10 4.1 42 9.2 10 5.0 42 4.4
11 4.6 43 4.6 11 1.3 43 0.0
12 4.6 44 4.5 12 1.1 44 4.5
13 0.2 45 4.6 13 1.8 45 9.1
14 5.1 46 3.9 14 9.1 46 4.4
15 4.1 47 4.6 15 5.3 47 0.0
IX01 16 4.6 48 0.0 IX02 16 0.0 48 4.4
17 4.1 49 5.2 17 5.0 49 0.0
18 4.6 50 4.6 18 0.0 50 4.4
19 4.6 51 4.6 19 5.0 51 9.1
20 0.1 52 4.6 20 5.0 52 9.1
21 5.1 53 4.8 21 1.2 53 5.3
22 4.1 54 4.5 22 1.1 54 0.0
23 4.6 55 3.9 23 1.2 55 5.0
24 4.1 56 4.6 24 0.0 56 0.0
25 4.6 57 0.0 25 0.0 57 5.0
26 4.6 58 4.5 26 4.8 58 9.2
27 0.1 59 4.6 27 4.9 59 5.3
28 5.1 60 4.5 28 5.1 60 0.0
29 4.6 61 4.6 29 0.0 61 5.0
30 4.1 62 4.6 30 4.3 62 0.0
31 4.6 63 4.6 31 4.4 63 5.0
32 0.0 64 4.6 32 5.0 64 5.1

B 4.2 B 2.9
QV01 C 9.3 QV06 C 8.6
E 3.4 E 2.3
B 3.8 B 8.7
QV02 C 8.6 QV07 C 6.0
E 3.1 E 9.3
B 8.6 B 6.0
QV03 C 7.7 QV08 C 9.3
E 9.3 E 5.3
B 7.7 B 7.0
QV04 C 9.3 QV09 C 9.4
E 7.1 E 6.4
B 3.9 B 2.5
QV05 C 9.3 QV10 C 0.0
E 3.3 E 3.1

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DP27/27D

DC VOLTAGES TERMINAL
B 4.9 B 4.6 B 4.1
QW01 C 9.3 QX03 C 9.2 QZ01 C 0.0
E 4.2 E 4.0 E 4.8
B 1.8 B 3.9 B 3.9
QW02 C 0.0 QX04 C 9.2 QZ02 C 0.0
E 2.4 E 3.3 E 4.6
B 2.3 B 4.6 B 3.8
QW03 C 9.3 QX05 C 9.2 QZ03 C 0.0
E 2.3 E 3.9 E 4.5
B 2.3 B 2.6 B 6.6
QW04 C 0.0 QX09 C 0.0 QZ04 C 9.2
E 3.0 E 3.2 E 5.9
B 2.3 B 1.1 B 4.0
QW05 C 0.0 QX10 C 5.1 QZ05 C 9.2
E 3.0 E 0.6 E 3.4
B 2.3 B 0.6 B 0.1
QW06 C 3.2 QX11 C 2.9 QZ06 C 9.2
E 2.1 E 0.0 E 0.1
B 3.2 B 4.5 B 0.7
QW07 C 0.1 QX12 C 9.2 QZ07 C 0.0
E 3.3 E 3.9 E 0.0
B 0.1 B 4.5 B 3.8
QW08 C 3.0 QX13 C 9.2 QZ08 C 0.0
E 0.0 E 3.9 E 4.4
B 1.4 B 1.8 B 3.9
QW09 C 0.0 QX23 C 0.0 QZ09 C 0.0
E 2.1 E 2.5 E 4.6
B 1.9 B 1.8 B 4.1
QW10 C 8.7 QX24 C 0.0 QZ10 C 0.0
E 1.3 E 2.5 E 4.7
G 8.7 B 1.9 G 4.7
QW11 C 2.9 QX25 C 0.0 QZ14 C 5.0
E 9.3 E 2.5 E 4.0
B 2.9 B 0.2
QW12 C 9.3 QZ15 C 5.0
E 2.3 E 0.2
B 1.9 B 0.2
QW14 C 8.7 QZ18 C 5.0
E 1.3 E 0.2
B 8.7
QW15 C 6.6
E 9.3
B 1.6
QW16 C 0.0
E 2.2

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DP27/27D

DC VOLTAGES POWER SUPPLY


Symbol Pin No. V(DC) Symbol Pin No. V(DC) Symbol Pin No. V(DC)
1 143.6 1 4.0 1 7.5
2 0.1 2 2.1 I903 2 9.6
3 19.5 I902 3 167.5 3 1.9
I901 4 0.1 4 17.6 4 5.1
5 0.0 5 2.0
6 3.1
7 1.3 Symbol Pin No. V(DC)
1 12.0
I906 2 10.9
Symbol Pin No. V(DC) Symbol Pin No. V(DC) 3 5.3
1 0.0 1 5.7 4 17.4
I904 2 5.0 I905 2 4.9
3 0.1 3 0.1
4 2.7 4 19.5 Symbol Pin No. V(DC)
1 0.0
I909 2 5.1
Symbol Pin No. V(DC) Symbol Pin No. V(DC) 3 6.0
1 116.2 1 7.7
I907 2 10.9 I908 2 6.4
3 0.0 3 0.0 B 19.5
4 2.1 Q901 C 0.1
E 19.5
Symbol Pin No. V(DC) B 0.1
1 0.0 Symbol Pin No. V(DC) Q902 C 19.5
2 4.7 1 0.0 E 0.1
I910 3 9.4 2 4.7 B 0.0
4 9.0 I911 3 9.6 Q903 C 4.7
5 10.4 4 9.2 E 0.0
5 10.4 B 4.7
Q904 C 0.0
E 4.7
B 116.1
Q905 C 0.2
E 116.5
B 6.1
Q906 C 0.0
E 6.1
B 0.7
Q907 C 0.0
E 0.0
B 4.6
Q908 C 5.1
E 3.9
B 0.0
Q910 C 4.9
E 0.0
B 4.6
Q911 C 0.0
E 0.0
B 5.2
Q912 C 5.1
E 4.7

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DP27/27D

DC VOLTAGES DEFLECTION
Symbol Pin No. V(DC) B 0.0 B 0.0
1 15.4 Q603 C 0.1 QN01 C 0.0
2 27.1 E 0.0 E 0.0
3 4.9 B 5.2 B
4 6.7 Q604 C 0.3 QN02 C 0.0
5 4.5 E 5.2 E
I601 6 0.0 B 92.4 B 0.1
7 3.0 Q701 C 116.1 QN03 C
8 3.9 E 91.5 E 0.0
9 4.5 B 0.6 B 0.2
10 27.5 Q703 C 17.2 QN04 C
11 0.8 E 0.4 E 0.1
B 0.6 B 0.0
Q706 C 9.6 QN05 C 1.7
Symbol Pin No. V(DC) E 1.2 E 0.0
1 1.8 B 0.4 B 0.0
2 0.9 Q709 C 12.7 QN06 C 0.0
3 1.1 E 0.0 E 0.0
I701 4 0.0 B -0.1
5 1.0 Q710 C 0.0
6 1.0 E 0.2
7 0.9 B 0.0
8 1.8 Q777 C 89.4
E 0.0
B 1.7
Symbol Pin No. V(DC) QF01 C 110.7
1 1.3 E 1.6
2 2.2 S 0.3
3 0.1 QH01 D 246.1
4 0.5 G 1.6
5 0.3 B 0.1
6 0.0 QH02 C 0.3
7 0.0 E 0.0
IH01 8 0.0 B 0.1
9 1.0 QH03 C 14.7
10 1.0 E 0.0
11 1.0
12 1.0
13 0.6
14 0.4
15 1.0
16 0.0

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DP27/27D

DC VOLTAGES CONVERGENCE
Symbol Pin No. V(DC) Symbol Pin No. V(DC) B -6.9
1 7.6 1 5.1 QK01 C -5.2
IK01 2 0.0 2 0.2 E -7.5
3 5.0 3 0.2 B 0.0
4 0.3 QK02 C 0.0
5 0.2 E 0.6
Symbol Pin No. V(DC) 6 0.5 B 0.0
1 4.7 7 0.9 QK03 C -6.3
IK02 2 0.0 8 0.0 E 0.6
3 5.0 9 0.2 B 0.0
10 0.0 QK06 C 5.0
PBS 11 2.5 E 0.0
Symbol Pin No. V(DC) 12 0.0 B 0.0
1 0.0 13 0.0 QK07 C 5.0
2 0.0 14 0.0 E 0.0
3 -26.8 15 0.0 B 0.0
4 -28.0 16 0.0 QK08 C 5.0
5 27.7 17 0.3 E 0.0
6 0.4 18 0.0
7 0.4 19 0.0
8 -28.0 20 0.4
IK04 9 0.5 21 5.0
10 27.7 22 0.0
11 0.0
12 -28.0
13 0.0 Symbol Pin No. V(DC)
14 0.0 1 0.0
15 0.1 2 5.2
16 0.0 3 0.0
17 -28.0 4 5.0
18 0.0 5 0.4
6 0.0
7 5.0
Symbol Pin No. V(DC) 8 5.0
1 0.0 9 0.0
2 0.0 10 0.0
3 -26.7 PDG 11 0.0
4 -28.0 12 0.0
5 27.7 13 5.1
6 0.3 14 0.6
7 0.3 15 0.0
8 -28.0 16 0.2
IK05 9 0.3 17 0.0
10 27.7 18 5.0
11 0.2 19 0.0
12 -28.0 20 0.0
13 0.2 21 0.0
14 0.1 22 0.0
15 0.0
16 0.0
17 -28.0
18 0.0

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DP27/27D

DC VOLTAGES SENSOR
Symbol Pin No. V(DC) B 4.7
1 5.0 QL10 C 0.2
2 0.0 E 3.6
3 0.0 B 4.7
4 0.2 QL11 C 1.2
5 0.3 E 5.1
PDS1 6 0.3 B 4.7
7 0.3 QL12 C 0.9
8 0.6 E 5.0
9 0.9 B 4.7
10 1.2 QL13 C 0.6
11 0.2 E 5.0
12 0.2 B 4.7
QL14 C 0.3
E 5.0
Symbol Pin No. V(DC) B 4.7
1 0.0 QL15 C 0.3
2 5.0 E 5.1
3 3.7 B 4.7
4 0.0 QL16 C 0.3
PS1 5 5.0 E 4.9
6 5.1 B 4.7
7 0.0 QL17 C 0.2
8 5.0 E 5.0
9 5.0

Symbol Pin No. V(DC)


1 0.0
2 5.0
3 5.1
4 0.0
PS2 5 5.0
6 5.0
7 0.0
8 5.0
9 5.1
10 0.0

Symbol Pin No. V(DC)


1 0.0
2 5.0
PS3 3 4.8
4 0.0
5 5.0
6 5.0

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DP27/27D

DC VOLTAGES CPT VM

B 3.2 B 3.8 B 5.1


Q801 C 8.5 Q8A7 C 9.2 QEA1 C 9.2
E 2.7 E 3.1 E 4.5
B 8.6 B 0.0 B 4.5
Q802 C 9.2 Q8C1 C 9.8 QEA2 C 9.2
E 0.0 E 0.0 E 3.8
B 9.1 B 1.7 B 3.1
Q803 C 180.7 Q8C2 C 1.1 QEA3 C 0.0
E 8.6 E 1.0 E 3.7
B 180.6 B 5.1 B 195.6
Q804 C 1.0 QE01 C 9.2 QEA6 C 100.1
E 181.9 E 4.5 E 196.2
B 182.0 B 4.5 B 3.7
Q805 C 221.9 QE02 C 9.2 QEA7 C 99.7
E 181.8 E 3.8 E 0.0
B 1.6 B 3.1 B 199.2
Q812 C 1.0 QE03 C 0.0 QEA8 C 3.5
E 0.9 E 3.7 E 199.5
B 3.4 B 196.0
Q851 C 8.4 QE06 C 0.1
E 2.9 E 196.5
B 8.6 B 3.7
Q852 C 9.2 QE07 C 100.2
E 8.4 E 3.2
B 9.1 B 221.5
Q853 C 0.1 QE08 C 0.0
E 8.6 E 221.9
B 166.8 B 0.0
Q854 C 1.1 QE09 C 2.5
E 167.6 E 0.0
B 164.7 G 5.1
Q855 C 221.8 QE51 C 9.2
E 164.9 E 4.5
B 1.8 B 4.5
Q862 C 1.1 QE52 C 9.2
E 1.1 E 3.8
B 3.4 B 3.0
Q8A1 C 2.9 QE53 C 0.0
E 8.4 E 3.7
B 8.6 B 195.9
Q8A2 C 0.0 QE56 C 99.5
E 8.4 E 196.2
B 9.1 B 3.7
Q8A3 C 166.6 QE57 C 99.6
E 8.6 E 3.2
B 165.8
Q8A4 C 1.1
E 164.4
B 171.2
Q8A5 C 221.8
E 166.0
B 3.1
Q8A6 C 0.0
E 2.9
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DP27/27D

DC VOLTAGES CPT VM

Symbol Pin No. V(DC) Symbol Pin No. V(DC) Symbol Pin No. V(DC)
1 9.8 1 9.8 1 221.9
2 3.5 2 3.2 2 199.7
3 0.0 3 0.0 ERG2 3 0.1
4 3.2 ERG1 4 9.2 4 0.0
EGB1 5 0.0 5 0.0 5 6.2
6 9.2 6 2.5
7 0.0 7 5.1
8 2.5
9 5.1

Symbol Pin No. V(DC) Symbol Pin No. V(DC) Symbol Pin No. V(DC)
1 0.0 1 0.0 1 9.8
P801 2 0.0 P8A1 2 0.0 2 3.2
3 0.0 3 0.0 3 0.0
EGR1 4 9.2
5 0.0
6 2.5
7 5.1

Symbol Pin No. V(DC) Symbol Pin No. V(DC) Symbol Pin No. V(DC)
1 221.9 1 5.1 1 99.8
2 0.1 2 3.5 PVMB 2 99.7
PDC1 3 0.0 3 2.5 3 0.0
4 0.0 4 0.0 4 0.0
5 6.2 5 3.1
PSC 6 0.0
7 3.4 Symbol Pin No. V(DC)
8 0.0 1 100.1
9 3.3 PVMG 2 99.9
10 0.0 3 0.0
11 0.0 4 0.0
12 9.2

Symbol Pin No. V(DC)


1 99.9
PVMR 2 99.8
3 0.0
4 0.0

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DP27/27D

DC VOLTAGES CONTROL
Symbol Pin No. V(DC) 1 9.4
1 0.0 QM02 2 2.2
PFI 2 5.0 --
3 0.0 B 1.8
QM03 C 0.6
E 2.3
Symbol Pin No. V(DC) B 2.9
1 3.2 QM04 C 9.2
2 3.3 E 2.2
3 3.2
4 3.3
PFS 5 0.0
6 1.4
7 5.0
8 0.0
9 9.4

Symbol Pin No. V(DC)


1 9.3
2 0.0
3 0.0
4 2.0
5 2.1
PFT 6 0.0
7 0.0
8 0.0
9 0.0
10 0.0
11 5.0

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DP27/27D

DP2X Protection Circuit Block Diagram (Deflection Power Supply)

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DP27/27D

DP1X Protection Circuit Block Diagram (Signal Power Supply)

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DP27/D
PRODUCT SAFETY NOTE: Components marked with a and shaded have special characteristics important to BASIC CIRCUIT DIAGRAM SIGNAL 1 of 3
safety. Before replacing any of these components, read carefully the PRODUCT SAFETY NOTICE of this Service
Manual. Don’t degrade the safety of the receiver through improper servicing.

1 2 3 4 5 6

15
14 13
12

C
11
3 10
1 2 4
9
8

5
7
6

 All DC voltage to be measured with a tester (100k/V). Voltage taken on a complex color bar signal including a standard color bar signal.
 Since this is a basic circuit diagram, the value of the parts is subject to be altered for improvement.
SIGNAL 1 of 3

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DP27/D
PRODUCT SAFETY NOTE: Components marked with a and shaded have special characteristics important to BASIC CIRCUIT DIAGRAM SIGNAL 2 of 3
safety. Before replacing any of these components, read carefully the PRODUCT SAFETY NOTICE of this Service
Manual. Don’t degrade the safety of the receiver through improper servicing.

1 2 3 4 5 6

31

 All DC voltage to be measured with a tester (100k/V). Voltage taken on a complex color bar signal including a standard color bar signal.
 Since this is a basic circuit diagram, the value of the parts is subject to be altered for improvement.
SIGNAL 2 of 3

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DP27/D
PRODUCT SAFETY NOTE: Components marked with a and shaded have special characteristics important to BASIC CIRCUIT DIAGRAM SIGNAL 3 of 3
safety. Before replacing any of these components, read carefully the PRODUCT SAFETY NOTICE of this Service
Manual. Don’t degrade the safety of the receiver through improper servicing.

1 2 3 4 5 6

28

29

30
B
21

20 19

16

17 18

25
C
26

27

 All DC voltage to be measured with a tester (100k/V). Voltage taken on a complex color bar signal including a standard color bar signal.
 Since this is a basic circuit diagram, the value of the parts is subject to be altered for improvement.
SIGNAL 3 of 3

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DP27D
PRODUCT SAFETY NOTE: Components marked with a and shaded have special characteristics important to BASIC CIRCUIT DIAGRAM TERMINAL
safety. Before replacing any of these components, read carefully the PRODUCT SAFETY NOTICE of this Service
Manual. Don’t degrade the safety of the receiver through improper servicing.

1 2 3 4 5 6

22

24

B
23

32 35

33
34

 All DC voltage to be measured with a tester (100k/V). Voltage taken on a complex color bar signal including a standard color bar signal.
 Since this is a basic circuit diagram, the value of the parts is subject to be altered for improvement.
TERMINAL

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safety. Before replacing any of these components, read carefully the PRODUCT SAFETY NOTICE of this Service
Manual. Don’t degrade the safety of the receiver through improper servicing.
DP27/D
POWER SUPPLY

 All DC voltage to be measured with a tester (100k/V). Voltage taken on a complex color bar signal including a standard color bar signal.
 Since this is a basic circuit diagram, the value of the parts is subject to be altered for improvement.
POWER SUPPLY

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DP27/D
PRODUCT SAFETY NOTE: Components marked with a and shaded have special characteristics important to BASIC CIRCUIT DIAGRAM DEFLECTION
safety. Before replacing any of these components, read carefully the PRODUCT SAFETY NOTICE of this Service
Manual. Don’t degrade the safety of the receiver through improper servicing.

1 2 3 4 5 6

C
GF02 2.5K

GF03 2.5K

39

38
D 37

36

 All DC voltage to be measured with a tester (100k/V). Voltage taken on a complex color bar signal including a standard color bar signal.
 Since this is a basic circuit diagram, the value of the parts is subject to be altered for improvement.
DEFLECTION

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DP27/D
PRODUCT SAFETY NOTE: Components marked with a and shaded have special characteristics important to BASIC CIRCUIT DIAGRAM CONVERGENCE
safety. Before replacing any of these components, read carefully the PRODUCT SAFETY NOTICE of this Service
Manual. Don’t degrade the safety of the receiver through improper servicing.

1 2 3 4 5 6

 All DC voltage to be measured with a tester (100k/V). Voltage taken on a complex color bar signal including a standard color bar signal.
 Since this is a basic circuit diagram, the value of the parts is subject to be altered for improvement.
CONVERGENCE

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DP27/D
PRODUCT SAFETY NOTE: Components marked with a and shaded have special characteristics important to BASIC CIRCUIT DIAGRAM SENSOR
safety. Before replacing any of these components, read carefully the PRODUCT SAFETY NOTICE of this Service
Manual. Don’t degrade the safety of the receiver through improper servicing.

1 2 3 4 5 6

 All DC voltage to be measured with a tester (100k/V). Voltage taken on a complex color bar signal including a standard color bar signal.
 Since this is a basic circuit diagram, the value of the parts is subject to be altered for improvement.
SENSOR

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DP27/D
PRODUCT SAFETY NOTE: Components marked with a and shaded have special characteristics important to BASIC CIRCUIT DIAGRAM CPT/VM
safety. Before replacing any of these components, read carefully the PRODUCT SAFETY NOTICE of this Service
Manual. Don’t degrade the safety of the receiver through improper servicing.

1 2 3 4 5 6

 All DC voltage to be measured with a tester (100k/V). Voltage taken on a complex color bar signal including a standard color bar signal.
 Since this is a basic circuit diagram, the value of the parts is subject to be altered for improvement.
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PRODUCT SAFETY NOTE: Components marked with a and shaded have special characteristics important to BASIC CIRCUIT DIAGRAM CONTROL
safety. Before replacing any of these components, read carefully the PRODUCT SAFETY NOTICE of this Service
Manual. Don’t degrade the safety of the receiver through improper servicing.

1 2 3 4 5 6

 All DC voltage to be measured with a tester (100k/V). Voltage taken on a complex color bar signal including a standard color bar signal.
 Since this is a basic circuit diagram, the value of the parts is subject to be altered for improvement.
CONTROL

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DP27/D
PRODUCT SAFETY NOTE: Components marked with a and shaded have special characteristics important to BASIC CIRCUIT DIAGRAM DVI
safety. Before replacing any of these components, read carefully the PRODUCT SAFETY NOTICE of this Service
Manual. Don’t degrade the safety of the receiver through improper servicing.

1 2 3 4 5 6

 All DC voltage to be measured with a tester (100k/V). Voltage taken on a complex color bar signal including a standard color bar signal.
 Since this is a basic circuit diagram, the value of the parts is subject to be altered for improvement.
DVI

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DP27 DP27D

Tr oubleshooting B lock Diagrams


SECTION (1) POWER SUPPLY DIAGRAMS: PAGE
• +6V L o V oltage R egulation Circuit Diagram ------------------------------------------------------- 113
• Power On Relay Controls Circuit Diagram ---------------------------------------------------------- 114
• Lo w Vo ltage Shut Down Circuit Diagram ----------------------------------------------------------- 115
• SW +115V Hi V oltage R egulation Circuit Diagram ----------------------------------------------- 116
• Additional H i Vo ltage Shut Down Circuit Diagram ------------------------------------------------ 117
• Pr otect (Deflection) H i Vo lt Shut Down Circuit Diagram ---------------------------------------- 118
• LED s (Visual Trouble Shooting) Lo Voltage Power Supply Circuit Diagram ------------------ 119
SECTION (2) MICROPROCESSOR INFORMATION:
• Microprocessor DATA COM M UNICATION Explanation ---------------------------------------- 120
• Microprocessor Sync Input Circuit Diagram ------------------------------------------------------------ 121

SECTION (3) VIDEO CIRCUIT INFORMATION:


• Video NTSC Circuit Diagram ------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 122
• Rainfores t I C Puls e Explanation -------------------------------------------------------------------------- 123
• Video Co mponent, OSD & NTSC Circuit Diagram ----------------------------------------------- 124
• AB L Circuit Diagram------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 125
• AB L Sw itch (Black Side Bars) Circuit Diagram -------------------------------------------------------- 126
• DVI Input Circuit Diagram ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 127
• Audio Video M ute Circuit Diagram ----------------------------------------------------------------------- 128

SECTION (4) AUDIO CIRCUIT INFORMATION:


• Audio Main Terminal Circuit Diagram ------------------------------------------------------------------- 129

SECTION (5) DEFLECTION CIRCUIT:


• Horizontal Drive Circuit Diagram ------------------------------------------------------------------------- 130
• Sweep L oss Detection Circuit Diagram-------------------------------------------------------------------- 131
• Vertical Output Circuit Diagram -------------------------------------------------------------------------- 132
• Pincushion Circuit Diagram --------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 133

SECTION (6) DIGITAL CONVERGENCE CIRCUIT INFORMATION:


• Digital Convergence I nterconnect Circuit Diagram -------------------------------------------------- 134
• 51" Overl ay Dimensions ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 135
• 57" Overl ay Dimensions ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 136
• 65" Overl ay Dimensions ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 137

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DP27 DP27D

DP-2X CHASSIS POWER SUPPLY Sby +6V REGULATION


Lo Voltage Power Supply
T901
8
AC

9 R913

D904 Start Up Run


R906

D901 R907 D905


D910

16.3V

C911
3 Osc B+
150V D907 R911

F902 BD 7
1 D
2 I901 OCP R914 C916
5
Driver/
Output IC R912
6 D906
S 2 C914
6 FB/OLP
T901
C910A

ABS
4 R908
D906 R916 0.47
R909
Ohm
R910
C918 C917 C915
R917
Hot Ground fro m
negative leg of
Brid ge D901
FB
Floating Groun d
I90 4 R915 from pin 9 of T901
2 4
R958
D953
1 3 Cold Ground from
R957 pin 11 of T901
Regulator Photocoupler and pin 1 2 T902

C904

Control C969
PPS3
+6V
T901
D941 1.79A I90 9 0.0685A
10
3 +5V 2 2 Sby +5V
Reg
11 C964 C972 C986 C973
1

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DP-2X CHASSIS RELAY CONTROLS on the POWER SUPPLY
T901 S-902 AudioPower Sby 5V comes from I909
pin3
Supply Relay PPS5
+38V E911 D944 L922 GREEN L.E. D. 1.95A
14 1
C978 2 Audio + 83V
R985
15 C962 3
Sby +5V C957 R992
4 Audio Gnd
L921 D965 5 Audio Gnd

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6 Audio Gnd
S-905 SW +35V
+35V Supply Relay D943 L913 GREEN L.E. D. 7 Audio Gnd
13
PPS3
1.30A
D913 1 SW + 35V
SW 6V C961 C956 C918 3 Gnd
R933

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7 Gnd
D954 Q907 R960
2 Sby +5V
T901 Q908
R962 R963
11 R959 4 POWER _1 On
R961 Q903 Off
Off C957
ShortDet.
On See Power Supply Shut Downrcuit
Ci
S-903 SW +6V
Supply Relay Sby +5V

D941 PPS4
1.33A
10 7
SW + 6V
L923 6
Control S-901 Main
+6V C959 Power Relay
5 Gnd
4 Gnd
C954 AC to D902
High Voltage 3 Gnd
PowerSupply
AC
DP27 DP27D
DP27 DP27D

DP-2X SIGNAL POWER SUPPLY (Low Voltage) SHUT-DOWN CIRCUIT


T901
D904 R906 D905 D941
R907 16.97V 8 10 Control +6V
R913
C911 C955
D907 9 11
16.3V 3 Vin
D952
I901
Power IC
R956
R919 I905
AC 47 Ohm
C919
4 1
Q901
R920
3 2
Monitors R922
SW +5V Q902
SW +3.3V Q910
SW +2.5V
and D962
C920 HZS3C1
Stby +3.3V C969 R964
R921
for Short
D963

PPS3
R982
To R298 Protect _Sby
10
Monitors IP81 3.3V Reg
HZS4A1 Q911 D955 R965
To RP53 D961 D960 R967
Protect _Sw
Monitors IP52 11
+5V Reg
and IP53 R980 D957 R966
SW +35V 8
Sby +5V
S-905
D946 C970 SW +6V
S901 SW +35V SW +35V
Relay Supply Q912
Relay R969
C956
See Relay Control
Diagram for all R968
AC R963 D956
Q908 Relay Controls
220
To Hi Volt C971 +6V
Power R962
Supply Q907 1K
C957 R962 PPS3
D954 R960
4 Power _1 S-903 SW +6V
Supply Relay
R939 On Off
R959 C987
10K
HZS11B1 Q904 I909
See additional 2
Q903 Power Supply Shut
Sby +5V
D933 R940 Down Circuits
Protect _Def 6
4 from Deflection C944 R938 A
PPD3
See Deflection Shut
Down Circuits

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DP27 DP27D

DP-2X CHASSIS POWER SUPPLY SW +115V REGULATION


High Voltage Power Supply
T902
8
7.5P/P

9 SW + 115V
Start Up Run
R930
AC
R924 R925 D911 FB R937
From Relay S901 D914
16.3V
4 I90 6 1
R935
C923

D912 4 Osc B+
R931 3 2
D915 R932
OCP 1 Regulator Photocoupler
RED L.E.D.
I90 2

C926
R934 R929 D913
AC for D902 Driver/ Hot Ground from
Supplied from Output IC pin 9 of T902
Relay S901
3 D S 2
From Bridge D902
150V I90 7
T902 6 1 2
R926
1 R927
R928 R936
F903 2
0.22 D922
C925 Ohm

C942 C941
5
E906
6 0.5K 3

C933

T902 R941 3K PPD6


D915 Q905 E907 L914 0.69A
11 0.47 Ohm
9 SW +115V

C927 R943 R942 Deflection 10 SW +115V


12 B+ 115V
C945
R945
D924

D925 D927 Cold Ground from


X-Ray pin 12 of T902
Protect
D926
R946 C905

D928

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DP27 DP27D

DP-2X ADDITIONAL POWER SUPPLY SHUT DOWN DIAGRA M


C933
R941 3K
T902 D916 Q905 E907 Deflection B+ 115V
0.47 Ohm
11
R945
C927 R943 R942 Deflection B+ (115V)
12
C945 Excessive Voltage Det.
R946
D924 D927
Deflection B+ (115V)
D928
Excessive Current Det.

R944 C946 D925


Deflection B+ 115V
D926

See Power Supply Sh ut


Down Circuit Diagram A
for continua tion.

D936 PPD6

L914 0.69A
SW-28V Short or Loss Det. D937 9 SW +115V

10 SW +115V

D940
C934
R952 R951
10K
T902 E901 L912 L915 0.575A
D917
5 SW -28V
15 - -
C928
13 + +

D971 C949
3 Gnd
C935
10K 4 Gnd
T902 E902 D918 L913 L916 1.09A
1 SW +28V
14 + +
C929 C950 2 SW +28V
13 - -

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DP27 DP27D

DP-2X DEFLECTION PROTECT POWER SUPPLY SHUTDOWN DIAGRAM

RH32 allows ABL fluctuations to Flyback Hi Volt


manipulate the Trigger Point of Shut High Voltage H. Drive
Down as screen brightness varies. ABL TH01 Sensing Circuit
is inverse proportionate to brightness. ABL Voltage
Too High Det. RH23
This prevents false triggering. DH13 RH26 IH0 1
ABL 3 5 7 OVP
5OP LH06 DH14
Acti ve 4
RH32 Stops H. Drive
Norma l
PPD3
29.01V
PROTECT _DEF 6
DH15 RH24 CH17
See Power Supply Shut Down
Circuit Diagram for continuation.
Excessive Hi Any fluctuations in High Voltage will
Vertical Output Circuit Voltage Det. also be reflected by the 50P output P/P.
By monitoring the 50P (50 Pulse) rises
28V in High Voltage will be sensed. If High
I60 1
Voltage climbs too high, DH15 will fire
10 and trigger a shut down event.

R629 0.68 Ohm


Side Pincushion Circuit
Q604
D702 monitors the Side Pin
R631 Drive IC. If the voltage at I70 1
R630 pin 7 rises too high, D702
C610 will fire generating a Shut 7
Down high.
R717

D608 R632 D703 D702


Excessive Vertical HZS7C3 Side Pin Failure
Current Det. High Det.

Convergence Out Circuit


If the Vertical Output IC has a problem,
R629 will sense the current rise. The RK97
voltage drop will be reflected at the base -5V -5V Loss
of Q604 turning it on and producing a RK98 Detection
Shut Down high. DK90 +5V

A loss of the Negative 5V will cause the


positive 5V to be felt on the anode of
DK90 which forward biases the diode
and delivers a Shut Down high.

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DP27 DP27D

DP-2X CHASSIS L.E.D. (VISUAL TROUBLE DETECTION) DIODES SIGNAL POWER SUPPLY
(5 Total L.E.D. for visual trouble sensing observation, 4 Green and 1 Red)
S-902 AudioPower
Supply Relay D944 GREEN L.E.D. PPS5
T901 E911 1.55A L922 1.55A
14 1
2 Audio +38V
C962 R985 3
15 Sby+5V R992 C978
C957 4 AudioGnd
L921 D965 5 AudioGnd
On PPS3 6 AudioGnd
Off R990 7 AudioGnd
Power _1 4 2
I911
T901 E909
D942
1.92A
SW+9V GREEN L.E.D. L924 0.67A PPS4
Reg
12 5 3 1
SW + 9V
R979 2
1 4
11 R977 3 Gnd
C960 C976 C977
4 Gnd
R978 D954 5 Gnd

T902 D918 PPD6


1.13A L913 L916 1.09A
14 1 + 28V
+28V E902 GREEN L.E.D.
R952 See Shut 2 + 28V
13 C935 C929 C950 Down Circuit
D940
R951 D937 D936
- 28V

T902 +115V D916 R941 0.47 Ohm E907 L914 0.69A


11 9 SW + 115V
+115V R945
Q905 Over 10 SW + 115V
12 C933 Current
C927 R946
C945 6 Gnd

D928 GREEN L.E.D. 7 Gnd


SW + 115V

R930
From Pin 8 T902
Osc B+ Start Up Run D911 7.5P/P R937
AC
R924 R925 D914
16.3V
From 4 I90 6 1
Relay R935
S901 D912 4 R931
3 2
C923 R932
D915 I90 2 1 Regulator Photocoupler
Driver/Output IC
RED L.E.D.
R934
5 From I907 pin 2 of
Hot Ground from D913 Regulator IC
D922
pin 9 of T902

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DP-2X CHASSIS MICROPROCESSOR DATA COMMUNICATIONS CIRCUIT DIAGRA M

PST 2
SDA1 Termi nal P WB
5 34 SDA1 IX01
IOO 1 SCL1
4 33 SCL1 A/V Select
Pi P M ain

IW0 1 IZ01 Sub I Z02 Main IX02


IA01 14 V ideo/Chroma V ideo/Chroma Y Pr/Pb
3D-Y/C Y Pr/Pb SW Y Pr/Pb SW SE LECTOR
BBE Co ntrol
13
60 59 13 14 13 14 26 27
I40 1 31
SDA2
2
SDA2
Rain forest
SCL2 SCL2
Sweep Cont. 30 1

SDA1
SDA1 30 5 SDA1 I OO3
SCL1
SCL1 29 6 SCL1 E EPROM
120

SDA2
SDA2 31 5 SDA2 U301
SCL2 Tuner 1 Main
SCL2 28 4 SCL2

4 SCL2 U302
5 SDA2 Tuner PinP

PFC1 U303
FCData 51 15 5
Data / Key Out 2 52 4 I00 7 16 11 FCData F C04
F LEX
FCEnable 55 6 3.3V -> 5V 14 12 FC Enable &
Level Shift
Pi nP
Clock / Key Out 1 53 2 18 10 FC Clock
SIGNA L P WB

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DP-2X SERIES CHASSIS NTSC SYNC to MICROPROCESSOR SIGNAL PATH
PST2
Aux Input 5 Composite 5 PFT Lum/Audio Selector I C
QX12 Q008 I0 05 Q010
V3V Main 9
5V
Avx 5 I n
2 22 V4 IX01 44 12 3
Hi
Z Q005
V3Y Sub 4
7 24 Y4 Main Y 5 Lo Q006 Q004
S-5 I n V3C
9 26 C4 /Video 480i Hi 10
QX17 Q014 1 Y Q018
11 28 S4 Sub 15
S5 Det. VOut1 53 10 2 Lo Q012
480i Hi 11
Front Control P WB Sub Y 15 13 X1 Q019
Y In Main 14
/Video
Signal PWB 2 of 2 (480i) 12 Lo
PST1
U301 Main
PiP Video = Sub Video 16
18 23 63 Video
Main Tun er NTSC SW +9V
TV1V
U302 I0 01
TV2V For 480i Main CCD Sel 73
PinP TUNER ( Mono) 18 19 60 PinP
480i
Always Pin P Video Composite Sub CCD Sel 74
Only for CCD
121

SD Sel 24
& V Chip
Aux Input 3 Composite 3
V3 15
21 Main CCD In 100
Part of Jack S-Y1
S3 Det.
See Component Sync Separation

S-3 I n
17 Sub CCD In 97
S-C1
Aux Inputs

19 M/S Sync
Q024 23
Aux Input 4 Composite 4 Det
Circuit Diagram

V4 8 62 HBlk
S-Y1 59
Part of Jack 14 Q023
S4 Det. IX02 Sub CCD In for
S-4 I n
10 64 VBlk V. Chip Data
S-C1
12 Input 2 30 5 Q020 Q015
Composite
93 Main AFC
2 In
Input 2 Component 2 Y Composite 2 Q016 Q017 Main CCD Infor
CCD & V Chip
92 Sub AFC
QX33 QX34
Input 1 Component 1 Y Composite 2 Micro
480i Only Processor
Terminal P WB SIGNAL PWB 1 of 2

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DP-2X CHASSIS VIDEO SIGNAL PATH - NTSC

SIGNAL PST1 QV09 QV10


U301 V Out 1 53 4 V In
18 PWB 23 63 TV QV04 QV02 QV01 IV01 TERMINAL PWB
Main Tuner
Y In 1 49 9 XV01 18 15 Y Out 2Line Y/C
Separator
U302 18 19 60 V6 XV02 1
C In 1 51 3 13 C Out For PinP Only
Sub Tuner
QV08 QV06 QV05
Front Control PWB PFT Y Out 1 56 4 Y2 In SUB Video/Chroma
QX15 QX27 IZ01
SUB OUT Processor
Aux 5 Video V3V QX16 QX28
V5 2 22 V4 C Out 1 58 19 C2 In PST2
Aux 5 S-Y V3Y QZ03
7 24 Y4
S5 Aux 5 S-C V3C Sub Cr Out 22 26

See Component
9 26 C4 QZ02

Signal Path
S-5 Det. SEE DVI 2 Y1 In
11 28 S-4 Sub Cb Out 23 24
SIGNAL PATH
16 C1 In Sub Y Out 24 QZ01
DIAGRAM 23
See Component Signal Path for for DVI PATH
Component 1 Video 480i Y Cr/Cb IX01 PiP Video= Sub Video
IX02 A/V Select QZ10
V1 59 7
122

Y Pr/Pb Select QX12 QZ09


Component 1 Video See NTSC 5
Aux 2 Video (Component Y) Sync Path QZ08 -6db
V2 30 V5 MAIN 4
Pr No Input for Composite OUT IZ02 MAIN
Pr 7 S-1 QX13 QX95 PST1
V/Y Video/Chroma
Aux 3 Video 44 4 Y2 Processor
V3 15 V3 Out 2
Aux 1 S-Y 2 Y1
17 Y3 QX14 QX26 Main Cr Out 22
S3 C
Aux 1 S-C 47 19 C2
19 C3 Out 2
S-3 Det. Main Cb Out 23
21 S-3 16 C1
VIDEO LPF Main Y Out 24
Aux 4 Video QW01 QW02 QW04
V4 8 V2 QZ05
Aux 2 S-Y 10 Y2 88 V In IW01
S4 Aux 2 S-C 12 C2 3D Y/C
Chroma Tilt Y AMP Y LPF
S-4 Det.
14 Correction QW12 QW10 XW01 QW09 Separator
S-2
84 Y Out AYO
Monitor Out Video 41 V Out 3 MON QZ04
MON Monitor Out S-Y C AMP C LPF

DP27 DP27D
39 Y Out 3 OUT QW12 QW10 XW02 QW13
OUT Monitor Out S-C
37 C Out 3 83 C Out ACO
TERMINAL PWB

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DP27 DP27D

DP-2X RAINFOREST IC INFORMATION (I401)


YM/P-MUTE/
SCP IN FBP IN
Max 9V
BLK
6.2 ~ 9V Blanking
3.7 ~ 9V
CLAMP
2.4 ~ 5.8V P Mute

1.7 ~ 3.3V H-AFC 3.0V


Black Peak BLK 1.5V 0.9 ~ 2.1V Half Tone
0 ~ 0.5V Internal

Pin 17 Pin 24 Pin 52

Pin 17 = SCP.
Black Pe ak: This input is utilized for establishing the Black Peak level used in Black Peak expansion
circuit. Here the Black Peak is expanded towards Black to increase the contrast ratio.
CLAMP : The clamp pulse is utilized for DC restoration and blanking timing.

Pin 24 = FBP. Combination of the following.


Fly back pulse : 1.5V ~ 3.0V H-AFC: This input is received from the Horizontal Blanking (H. Blk)
signal generated in the Deflection circuit by Q706. This signal is used as a sample pulse in the
Horizontal AFC circuit, which synchronizes the Horizontal Drive signal with the incoming Video sync
signal input at pin 16. In Through Mode, pin 8.
Fly back puls e: 3.0V ~ 9.0V Max: This input is received from the Flex Converter and is a combination
of Horizontal and Vertical blanking signals.
H Blk from the Flex Converter Pin 12 through Q412
V Blk from the Flex Converter Pin 11 through Q411
Used within the Rainforest is for DC restoration, Pedestal level detection and Clamping signals, such as
Burst Gate Pulse.

Pin 52 = YM/P- MUTE/BLK. Combination of the following.


I NTERN AL : 0.0V ~ 0.5V Used internal within the Rainforest IC.
HALFTONE: 0.9V ~ 2.1V: This input is received from the Microprocessor and is used to establish the
Transparency effect of OSD. This also mutes the video in exact timing with On Screen Display pulses
(OSD). Half Tone from the Microprocessor Pin 22 through Q415.
P MUTE : 2.4V ~ 5.8V: Not Used.

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DP-2X Chassis Video Signal Path - NTSC,Component, OSD
SIGNAL PWB POWER PWB SIGNAL PWB Q422 RAINFOREST IC
UKDG PDG PPD1 PPS1 35 Analog R In
QK06 Q421 I401
Dig R Out 20 2 2 34 Analog G In RGB
QK07
Dig G Out 21 4 4 Q420 Processor
QK08 33 Analog B In
Dig B Out 22 5 5 Q419
39 OSD R In
Q418 R Out 43
Digital Conv. 38 To
OSD R 32 OSD G In
Unit G Out 42 CPT
I001 Q417 37 OSD B In
OSD G 33 Q404 PWBs
DEFLECTION PWB Micro- 10 Pr 2 In B Out 41
processor Q405
OSD B 34 9 Pb 2 In
Q406
See DVI Input 8 Y 2 In
Signal Diagram IX02 Pr 1 In Pb 1 In Y 1 In
Y/Pb/Pr NTSC MAIN Y In 2
PET IZ02 5 4 3
Selector S-In MAIN Y In 4 MAIN
Video/Chroma
DVI 3 57 DVI PR PFC1
124

QX22 Y Pr/Pb Switch


INPUT
7 55 DVI PB MAIN Pr-Out 2 40 28 Cr/Pr R In
From PST1
DVI MAIN QX23
5 53 DVI Y (G) 42 29 Cb/Pb B In QZ08 Q308
INPUT Pb-Out 2
PWB QX24 Main Cr/Pr Out 22 4 5 U303
12 64 DVI Det MAIN Y-Out 2 44 30 D-Sync 1/Y3/ G In
QZ09 Q307 FC4
Main Cb/Pb Out 23 5 4
63 COMP 1 (Cr/Pr) UNIT
V1 6 D-Sync 2 In QZ10 Q306
61 COMP 1 (Cb/Pb) Main Y Out 24 7 3 PFC2
Q401
59 COMP 1 (Y)
NTSC MAIN Y In 2 IZ01 MAIN Pr Out
SUB 20
9 COMP 2 (Cr/Pr) Sub MAIN Y In 4
V2 Video/Chroma Q402
7 COMP 2 (Cb/Pb) Y Pr/Pb Switch Pb Out
PST2 18
5 COMP 2 (Y) QX21
QZ03 SUB Q403
SUB Pr-Out 1 46 28 Cr/Pr R In Y Out
QX20 Sub CrPr Out 22 26 19 16
SUB Pb-Out 1 48 29 Cb/Pb B In QZ02
QX19 Sub Cb/Pb Out 23 24 18
SUB Y-Out 1 50 30 D-Sync 1/Y3/ G In QZ01
Sub Y Out 24 23 17

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6 D-Sync 2 In

TERMINAL PWB SIGNAL PWB

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DP-2X CHASSIS A.B.L. CIRCUIT DIAGRA M
Q413 HVcc +9V 19
ABL RA54 R453 I40 1 M icro
R450 D403 R449 ABL R ainforest I00 1
R452
53 IC
C426 C425 R483
D404 R451 SDA2 31 31 SDA2
C423
C424
DAC2 SCL2 30 28 SCL2
36 R484
ABL Switch
R462
ABL Sw
R461 55
8 1080i
Signal PWB
HVcc +9V 40 Y In Signal PWB
PPD6 Deflection PWB TH01
LH06
DH13
FBT 5
SW
+115V 9 9
RH23 CH17
10 1 Gnd
RH 27 To QH01 10 To
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Collector of High Voltage Stops


27K Anodes
ABL Switch Output Transistor H. Drive
PPS2 PPD2 RH 29
QH03 IH01
To Focus
ABL Switch 47K
2 2 ABL Pull-Up ABL OVP
Resistors 3
RH 30 7
RH 28 56K CH14 DH14
ABL SWITCH
Active When Side Bars RH26
Power [ Current Path ]
Supply are Black Only
PWB
DH16 RD30EB4
RH32 RH25 18K
Sw +9V
6.8K 180K RH09 CH10
Clamp
RH31
XRay Protect
3 3
RH24 DH15
As Brightness goes Up, ABL Voltage
goes Down. (Inverse Proportional) 43K

DP27 DP27D
CH18 HZ22-2L

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ABL SWITCH FOR BLACK SIDE BARS Mode Only

SW+9V PPS2 PPD2

I401 RG58 ABL Switch


DAC 2 36 ABL Switch
2 2
ABL Switch
RC84

Power
Supply 115V
RAINFOREST IC SIGNAL PWB PWB
126

ABL SWITCH
Active When Side Bars
are Black Only
RH29 RH27
47K 39K
QH03
R745 RH30

RH28
33K

ABL ABL From


3 Flyback

DP27 DP27D
To PPD2 pin 3
Pin 3

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DP-2X CHASSIS DVI SIGNAL PATH
All of these pins are ground
B+ IJ01 4 10 12 16 21 25
DVJ 1 2 2 1
SiI907B 28 33 35 43 45 50 PET
DVI CONN
DJ22 3 DJ21 3
18
DVIH
RX2- 1 49 RX2- HSync 9 DVIH
DVIV
RX2+ 2 48 RX2+ VSync 19 11 DVIV
GND2/4 3 B+ DVIR QJ01
1 2 2 1 IOR 23 3 DVIR
RX4+ 4 DVIG QJ02
IOG 26 5 DVIG
RX4- 5 DVIB QJ03
DJ24 3 DJ23 3 B+
SCL 6 1 2 2 1 IOB 31 7 DVIB
SDA 7 DVIDET QJ06
SCDT 40 12 DVIDET
VSYNC 8 DJ25 3 DJ26 3
RX1- 9 52 RX1- AVcc 1
RX1+ 10 51 RX1+ AVcc 7
B+
GND1/3 11 1 2 2 1 Vcc 13 2 GND
RX3+ 12 DJ27
DVcc 17 4 GND
DJ28
RX3- 13 3 3
Vcc 22 6 GND
5V 14
DACVccR 24
127

GND 15 8 GND
HTPIUG 16 DACVccG 27 10 GND
RX0- 17 3 RXO- DACVccB 32
13 GND
RX0+ 18 2 RXO+ DACVcc 37
GND0/5 19 QJ08
RX5+ 20 Vcc 38
RX5- 21 DVcc 41
GNDC 22 Vcc 46 LJ15
TXC+ 23 5 RXC+ 1
Reset 39 4 IJ04 5 3 IJ07 1 SW+5
TXC- 24 6 RXC-
C1 (R) 25 DJ29
15 14 Reset 3 2
14 NC
C2 (G) 26
C3 (B) 27 15 NC
C4 (H) 28 DJ05 DJ06 LJ17
8 2 5
C5 (GND) 29
1
C5 (GND) 30 IJ02 IJ0A
NDC7002N NDC7002N 3
DJ04DJ02 7 5 6 SCL 4 6 SDA

DP27 DP27D
Mode DJ01

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DP-2X Series Chassis AUDIO and VIDEO MUTE Circuit
Without DSP (See also Terminal Mute Circuit)
NOTE: FC H Blk FC V Blk
V MUTE 1 becomes V MUTE Q412 Q411
R441 D402
V MUTE 2 on Signal PWB 2 & 3 10V p/p
24 I401
Then V MUTE1 again on CRT PWB
D412 R439 Rainforest
Q445 HVcc 9V
PSC R442
AC Sig Q443 PPS2 PPD2
R557 8 8 H Blk
V MUTE 1 11
R560
R563

R561

Q444 R559

R555
CRT PWB
R556
R511 D416 D415
PST2 D417 C465
R562 C467 Deflection
V MUTE 2 9 C561 D414
C466 R558 PWB
Terminal PWB D413
HVcc 9V 4 4 Spot
R554
JA01 R551 D411
CA03 CA04
128

R Right Q441 C464 R553 "SPOT"


CA08 R550
L Left Horizontal Sweep LossDet.
QA07 DA01 DA03 Q440 Vertical Sweep Loss Det.
CA07 R510 (From DeflectionPWB)
Out To
Hi-Fi RA27 DA04
R548 Q442
RA28 RA02 V MUTE 2
QA08
Micro Processor
RA50 Mute= Lo
I001 QA11 11 Mute
SPK OFF DA09 RA48
Ft Spk Off 72 CA64 IA03
V MUTE 1 RA49
V MUTE 49 3 I007 17 CA63B
CA56 CA60
19 4 R In R Out 7
Level
DA08 IA04 Right CA57
Shift 6 2 L In L Out 12
A MUTE 71 7 13
Left QA10 CA59
A MUTE F. Spk Off DA07
RA45 FRONT L & R
DA05

DP27 DP27D
V Mute 2 Audio Ou
tput
A Mute DA06 QA09
RA44

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DP-2X Chassis Audio (Main-Terminal) Signal Path
SIGNAL PWB JA01
SIGNAL PWB PST1
SEL Center In
C
OUT I0 05
Hi 10
1 Y
TV Main R L 15 30 Left MODE 1 IA02 8 BBE
U301 27 20 64 Left Out 43 10 2 18 12 BBS/
Lo
TV Main L R Lo 11 SRS 11 Mach3
Main Tuner 26 21 62 Right Out 45 9 12 X1 MODE 2
14 1 Right 17 13 Pin 12 Pin 13
13 Hi MODE L OGIC
QA16 Mode1 Mode2
BBEout R 27 23 RIn SRS LOGIC (NJM2198) IA02
TV as Center
IX01 61 BYPASS (SRS OFF) L L/H
=L
QX30 A/V Select I0 01 SCL BBEout L 4 24 LIn SRS STEREO H L
Aux 1 Left
59 28 14 SRS MONAURAL H H

V1 Aux 1 Right
QX31 Micro SDA Tone R In 26 15 ROut BBE LOGIC (NJM2155) IA04

31 13 MODE L OGIC ON OFF


61 T
QA14 o
BBE (Pin 8) H L
Tone L In 5 16 LOut
Aux 2 Left Mach3 57 MACH3 (Pin 11) H L
29 QA13 I
V2 BBE 63
A
0 IA01 HiFi Out
129

Aux 2 Right QA03


31 2
Audio Control
Left R
Aux 3 Left 6 1 8 L Out
16
V3 IA04 Right
19 24 23 R Out QA04 QA05
Aux 3 Right
18 L

QA07
Aux 4 Left
9 QA06
V4 Aux 4 Right QA08
11 See AV Mute
Circuit Diagram PR
-
+ 7 2
PFT
4 FR (WO) Out
Aux 5 Left
4 23 CA81 4
V5 See AV Mute
QA09
Aux 5 Right
5 17
25
Circuit Diagram IA0 3 FR (TW) Out
PL
Front Control PWB FL (WO) Out
-
+ 12 2
Monitor Out Left 2 CA76
38 4
MON

DP27 DP27D
MON Monitor Out Right See AV Mute QA10
FL (TW) Out
40 OUT Circuit Diagram Front Audio Out
SIGNAL PWB TA8258H
TERMINAL PWB

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DP-2X SERIES CHASSIS HORIZONTAL DRIVE CIRCUIT
Power Power H. Def. Yoke R
To Micro. for OSD, Auto Prog, SD, AFC,
Supply PPS3 Supply
PWB HVcc 9.3V PWB H. Def. Yoke G
I401 VCC 19 9

SW HVcc
PPD2 PPS2
H. Def. Yoke B
8 8 24 FBP In HVCO 21 Osc. 3
H.Blk. X401 To Dynamic Focus QF01

Y2 In 8 1080i I9 10
6 6 26 H Out Through Mode
H. Sync In
2
H Out HD1 In 16 T701
From Flex Def.
Converter
Power H Pulse T70 1
Signal PW B Rainforest I C On/Off 7 Deflection
Q709 T702
8 T r ansformer
R735 2
8 4 1
R748
D709 D715 5 1 Q777
130

SW +28V R748
C725 Q701
SW + 15V
6 TH 01
Q706 Side Pin Modulator F lyback
PPD6 T r ansformer
H.Blk. 9 High
See Voltage and Waveform IH01 SW +115V 9
Horizontal Voltage
Chart on next page. 10
RH07 Gen Output
3 QH02
Drive QH01
PD G DH04 1
10
To Convergence
14 Com1
Circuit PPD3
RH01 RH02 Ref. V.
SW +9V 2 12 E
CN01 11 r
DH01 CN01 r
To H. Sweep Loss HV Sample
Det. Circuit QN01 10 o 9
r 12

DP27 DP27D
FB In DH05 RH22

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DP27 DP27D

DP-2X SWEEP LOSS DETECTION CIRCUIT

DN13
SW+9V
RN09
RN12 RN11
From Power
Vertical Blankin g DN08 Supply Circuit
From Pin 11 I601 QN0 5 QN0 4 Diagr am
RN13
V. Blk. CN03
DN06 SW+7V
CN04
RN14 DN07

DN14
24V P/P
RN18

RN02 RN08

CN02 RN03
QN0 2
DN03

RN10 High Voltage


Driver I C
Horizontal Blanki ng DN02
RN06
From Q706 Emitter IH01
QN0 1
DN01
H. Blk. QN0 3 14 Stops
Drive
CN01 RN04 RN15 DN09
RN05 RN01

11.6V P/P

PPS2 PPD2
DN11 DN10 RH08
Prevents CRT Burn Stops
SPOT 4 4 3 Osc
RN16
To Q442 DN12
Signal Stops High Voltage
3of 3 Drive Signals From
See A/V being produced
MUTE whenSweep Loss is
Circuit detected.
RN17
CUT OFF 5 5 QN0 6
Spot Inhibit
From I001 When Vertical Driv e
Micro is turned Off during
Pin 47 adjustment, I 2C.

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DP-2X SERIES CHASSIS VERTICAL OUTPUT CIRCU IT
PM B
X Ray Power V+
To Micro. for OSD Positioning Protect Supply PWB 2
R626
V-
I4 01 8
Main PPS3 28V 1
PPS2 PPD2 Y Direct
R632 V. Def. Yoke B
9.0 V
VCC 55 9 Q604
12 12 HVcc D608 PM G
V.Blk. V+
HVCO 21 2
Osc. R631 C610 R627
V Drive V-
1
10 10 27 VP Out V. Sync In
VD1 In 15 - + R629 V. Def. Yoke G
From Flex
Converter R630 0.68
Signal PW B
PMR
Power + V+
Supply I6 01 C604 R628 2
PWB 6 Gnd Vs 10 - L601 L602
V-
D603 1
R625 V. Def. YokeR
R622 C609
132

R602 V OUT 1
Trigger
3 Output D606
Input 2
D601 Stage Vs + D604 D605
C605
To Conv. -
Ramp Flyback
Circuit 7 Gen 11 D607
Gen
R605
To Vertical C603 Inverting
Input
9
Sweep Loss
Detection Circuit
5 NC R604 R617
V.Blk. Buffer
Out
8
C602 R616 R621
R606 To Side Pin
Cushion Circuit
R614 R611 V OUT +
C606
+
C607
+
To Dynamic
- - 2200/25 - C608
Focus Circuit
Hight
R613 Adj
4
Q603 R619 R620
1.2 ohm 1.2 ohm

DP27 DP27D
D Size

R607 V Size R608 R618 V.Blk.

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DP-2X SIDE PINCUSHION CIRCUIT DIAGRA M

SW +115V SW +9V
D702 D703
R706 R717
X-RAY Protect

R707 C701
Q701 V Parabolic
C701 C722 R709 C702

R721 R742
SW+11V
R708
R712 R710
D701
4.39V 5.17V 5.14V
R701 8.96V 8 7 6 5
Q703
R711
I7 01 -
H Size
133

R702 D714
R747 + Ad j
R704
+
R713
-
D713
R703
1 2 3 4
Sensor Initialize = Hi
Q710 Magic Focus = Hi
T70 1
R714 D SIZE Deflection Horizontal Driver To Q705
R715 6 7 H. Blk Generator
Q777
1 8

To H. Deflection Yokes

To H. Linearity off H. Yoke Returns

DP27 DP27D
L704, L705
C715 L703 R729

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DP-2X CHASSIS "DIGITAL CONVERGENCE" INTERCONNECTION CIRCUIT DIAGRAM
MAG SW In
I001 Rainforest I 401
45 Magic Sw In Q417 PSC
OSD B
OSD B 34 37 OSD B B Q428
11 9 56 Digicon OSD G Q418 41 5 B
OSD G 33 38
I 007 Adj
OSD R Q419
OSD G

To C RTs
OSD R 32 39 OSD R Q433
12 3.3V-5V 8 44 Magic Sw Out Dig OSD B Q420 42
G
7 G
33 Dig OSD B
42
Digicon Mai n Dig OSD G Q421
MAG SW Out

BUSY Busy In 34 Dig OSD G R Q438


IR In Up Dig OSD R Q422
35 Dig OSD R
43 9 R
80 IR
49 YS3 RGB
Signal PWB BUSY
PCB

To Blue Convergence Yokes


BUSY 5 ~ 11 Not Used PDS +28P 10 CYV+
1, 3 & 12 Gnd 18 1
PPS2 PPD2 5 BV
SK01 Service Only PDG BV + - CYV-
1 1 13 15 16 3

Magic Focus
Sw Adj
18 UKDG IK 05 11
CYH+
6
Dig Adj
1
PPS1 PPD1 13 HC217* BH
BH + - CYH-
SM09 BUSY BUSY 14 14 13 4
1 1 19
5 Dig R QK06 Dig R "DCAM"
F t. Control 2 2 20 Digital Convergence GH 9
PWB IR-In IR-In Adjustment
17 6
+ -
GH PCG
8 3 3 17
134

Mode 7
Dig G QK07 Dig G 6
7 4 4 21 11
QK08 N/C 17 8 12 4 CYH+

To Green Convergence Yokes


Dig B Dig B
5 5 22 Digital 10 4
PF S MAG SW 6 6 MAG SW
H Blk 14 Convergence 12 CYH-
PF I
7 7 D Size 15 Unit 22 Deflection -28P
1 2 3
Stby V Blk 16 "DCU " PWB
EF I
QM07 +5V
From QK01
Power -5V 2 3
QM06 Signal Supply From IK01 +5V 4 V Squeez PDK3 pin 1 CYV-
PWB PWB "Mounted on 18
Not in 16 X 9 Models
17 8 12 4
1 Deflection 18 1
1 2 GV
3 PW B " GV + -
CYV+
IR Out PDS1 12 16 15 16 PCR
HMO2 IK 04

To Red Convergence Yokes


3 Sensor +5V CYV+
IR Receiver PWB 1 +5V Digital PDS 11 1
MAG SW RV
2 From IK01 1 + - CYV-
PF R GND Gnd 19
RV
14 13 3
3 10
1 2 3
S7 4 S7 2 CYH+
EF R 9 4
S6 5 S6 3 RH
LED RH + - CYH-
1 2 S5 6 S5 4 20 6 7 6
S0 ~S7 S4 S4
IR Out 7 5 10 5
8 Total S3 S3
HMO3 3 Sensors 8 6 Normal "Lo"
IR Receiver S2 9 S2 7 Mute
IK 02
DP27 DP27D
S1 10 S1 8 21 3 1 +28V
S0 11 S0 9
RK23
2 RK24
S0 12 DK53

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DP27 DP27D

DIGITAL CONVERGENCE OVERLAY DIMENSIONS


NOTE: Aspect may not be correct but dimensions are correct.
51SWX20B OVERLAY DIMENSIONS NORMAL MODE

1129
19.7 90.8 90.8 90.8 90.8 90.8 H. SIZE 90.8 90.8 90.8 90.8 90.8 19.7
30.5
41

82

82

82 R B
635
82

82 Centering Offset

82 PART NUMBER H312272


41
30.5

V. SIZE RED OFFSET = 20mm VERTICAL SIZE = 560mm


BLUE OFFSET = 35mm HORIZONTAL SIZE = 1020mm

25.4mm = 1 Inch

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DP27 DP27D
DIGITAL CONVERGENCE OVERLAY DIMENSIONS
NOTE: Aspect may not be correct but dimensions are correct.
57SWX20B & 57TWX20B OVERLAY DIMENSIONS NORMAL MODE

1262
22 101.5 101.5 101.5 101.5 101.5 H. SIZE 101.5 101.5 101.5 101.5 101.5 22
34.1
45.8

91.7

91.7

91.7 R B
710
91.7

91.7 Centering Offset

91.7 PART NUMBER H312273


45.8
34.1

V. SIZE RED OFFSET = 20mm VERTICAL SIZE = 625mm


BLUE OFFSET = 35mm HORIZONTAL SIZE = 1140mm

25.4mm = 1 Inch

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DP27 DP27D

DIGITAL CONVERGENCE OVERLAY DIMENSIONS


NOTE: Aspect may not be correct but dimensions are correct.
65SWX20B & 65TWX20B OVERLAY DIMENSIONS
1439
25.3 115.7 115.7 115.7 115.7 115.7 H. SIZE 115.7 115.7 115.7 115.7 115.7 25.3
38.6
52.1

104.6

104.6

104.6 R B
809
104.6

104.6 Centering Offset

104.6 PART NUMBER H312274


52.1
38.6

V. SIZE RED OFFSET = 20mm VERTICAL SIZE = 710mm


BLUE OFFSET = 25mm HORIZONTAL SIZE = 1335mm

25.4mm = 1 Inch

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DP27/27D

EXPLODED VIEW
51/57SWX and 57TWXDrawing 1

02

03
06

04
15
05

06

07
14
01

08

11 13
10
14

09

12

11

NOTES: Some parts may appear different than those shown in the exploded view. When ordering, refer to the replacement parts
list for the correct part number. The circled numbers correspond to the parts list shown on pages 144, 145 and 147.

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DP27/27D

EXPLODED VIEW
51/57SWX and 57TWX Drawing 2

7
2

1
3
6
1

NOTES: Some parts may appear different than those shown in the exploded view. When ordering, refer to the replacement parts
list for the correct part number. The circled numbers correspond to the parts list shown on pages 144, 145 and 147.

139

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DP27/27D

EXPLODED VIEW
51/57SWX and 57TWX Drawing 3

19 20

18

21 22
23
24

23

30
25
26

27
29

28

31

NOTES: Some parts may appear different than those shown in the exploded view. When ordering, refer to the replacement parts
list for the correct part number. The circled numbers correspond to the parts list shown on pages 144, 145 and 147.

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DP27/27D

EXPLODED VIEW
65SWX and 65TWX Drawing 1

07

04

01

09
10
06 08
03 05
02

18

12

13 11 17
15
16
14

15

NOTES: Some parts may appear different than those shown in the exploded view. When ordering, refer to the replacement parts
list for the correct part number. The circled numbers correspond to the parts list shown on pages 146 and 148.

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DP27/27D

EXPLODED VIEW
65SWX and 65TWX Drawing 2

0
5

2
3
9
1

NOTES: Some parts may appear different than those shown in the exploded view. When ordering, refer to the replacement parts
list for the correct part number. The circled numbers correspond to the parts list shown on pages 146 and 148.

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DP27/27D

EXPLODED VIEW
65SWX and 65TWX Drawing 3

22 23

21

24 25
26
27

26

33
28
29

30
32

31

34

NOTES: Some parts may appear different than those shown in the exploded view. When ordering, refer to the replacement parts
list for the correct part number. The circled numbers correspond to the parts list shown on pages 146 and 148.

143

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DP27/27D

EXPLODED VIEW PARTS LIST

Model 51SWX20B
No Part No Description Qty
1 QD34241 SCREN FRAME 51SWX20B 1
2 KR02551 51SWX SCREEN ASSY 1
3 NA56291 SCREEN TOP METAL 51 2
4 KS04087 '02 51W MIRROR GLASS 1
5 NA56321 SCREEN TOP SUPP.MTL 4
6 NA56311 SCREEN SIDE METAL 51 2
7 NA56332 SCREEN LOW SUPPORT METAL 2
8 PH31546 DECO PANEL LEFT 51SWX 1
9 PH31545 DECO PANEL RIGHT 51SWX 1
10 Not Avail. DP2X CONTROL PANEL ASSY 1
11 PH31491 POST 51SWX20B 2
12 PH31661 SP GRILLE ASSY 51SWX20B 1
13 55010267 FRONT BOARD 2002 1
14 NA57501 POST FIX MTL 2002 2
15 Not Avail. 51SWX20B CABINET ASSY 1
16 Not Avail. 51SWX CORE BLOCK ASSY 1
17 H512307 LOWER REAR BOARD 1
18 UE20461 PRT ASSY (RED) 1
19 UE20462 PRT ASSY (GREEN) 1
20 UE20463 PRT ASSY (BLUE) 1
21 Not Avail. FRONT COVER 1
22 Not Avail. IR PWB FIX MTL DP2X 1
23 Not Avail. LC METAL 2002-51 SIDE 2
24 Not Avail. DP2X FOCUS FIX MTL 1
25 Not Avail. LC METAL 2002-25 FRONT 1
26 Not Avail. LC METAL 2002-25 REAR 1
27 Not Avail. CHASSIS SUPPORT 2002 1
28 Not Avail. SIDE METAL 2002-25 R 1
29 Not Avail. DRIPPING HOLDER DP2X 1
30 Not Avail. SIDE METAL 2002-25 L 1
31 Not Avail. DP27C CHASSIS ASY 1
32 33020091 BARRIER BOARD ASSY 1

NOTES: The PRT Assembly (Item 18, 19, 20) comes with the Yoke Assembly but does not include the CPT board and the LENS
assembly.

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DP27/27D

EXPLODED VIEW PARTS LIST

Model 57SWX20B
No Part No Description Qty
1 QD34353 SCREEN FRAME 57SWX20B 1
2 KR02552 DP2X SCREEN ASSY 57SWX 1
3 NA56292 SCREEN TOP/LOW METAL 57 2
4 KS04085 '02 57W" MIRROR GLASS 1
5 NA56321 SCREEN TOP SUPP.MTL 4
6 NA56312 SCREEN SIDE METAL 57 2
7 NA56332 SCREEN LOW SUPPORT METAL 2
8 PH31556 DECO PANEL LEFT 57SWX 1
9 PH31555 DECO PANEL RIGHT 57SWX 1
10 Not Avail. DP2X CONTROL PANEL ASSY 1
11 PH31502 POST 57SWX20B 2
12 PH31671 SP GRILL SASY 57SWX20B 1
13 55010267 FRONT BOARD 2002 1
14 NA57501 POST FIX MTL 2002 2
15 Not Avail. 57SWX20B CABINET ASSY 1
16 Not Avail. 57SWX20B CORE BLOCK ASSY 1
17 H512307 LOWER REAR BOARD 1
18 UE20464 PRT ASSY (RED) 1
19 UE20465 PRT ASSY (GREEN) 1
20 UE20466 PRT ASSY (BLUE) 1
21 Not Avail. FRONT COVER ASSY 2002 1
22 Not Avail. IR PWB FIX MTL DP2X 1
23 Not Avail. LC METAL 2002-57 SIDE 2
24 Not Avail. DP2X FOCUS FIX MTL 1
25 Not Avail. LC METAL 2002-25 FRONT 1
26 Not Avail. LC METAL 2002-25 REAR 1
27 Not Avail. CHASSIS SUPPORT 2002 1
28 Not Avail. SIDE METAL 2002-25 R 1
29 Not Avail. DRIPPING HOLDER DP2X 1
30 Not Avail. SIDE METAL 2002-25 L 1
31 Not Avail. DP27C CHASSIS ASY 1
32 33020094 BARRIER BOARD ASSY 57" 1

NOTES: The PRT Assembly (Item 18, 19, 20) comes with the Yoke Assembly but does not include the CPT board and the LENS
assembly.

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DP27/27D

EXPLODED VIEW PARTS LIST

Model 65SWX20B
No Part No Description Qty
1 QD34273 65" TOP FRAME PAINT (U) 1
2 QD34274 65" BOTTOM FRAME PAINT (U) 1
3 QD34291 65" VERTICAL FRAME (U) 2
4 NJ06441 65" SCREEN HOLDER (TOP) 1
5 NJ06451 65" SCREEN HOLDER (BOTTOM) 1
6 35300042 UPPER MIRROR CLEAT [G252BE800] 1
7 KR02553 DP2X 65SWX SCREEN ASSY 2
8 KS04086 '02 65" MIRROR GLASS 1
9 NA56242 65 SPRING SUPPORT METAL 6
10 NA56261 65 FRAME HOOK METAL 2
11 55010267 FRONT BOARD 2002 1
12 PH31566 DECO PANEL LEFT 65SWX 1
13 Not Avail. DP2X CONTROL PANEL ASSY 1
14 PH31565 DECO PANEL RIGHT 65SWX 1
15 PH31512 POST 65SWX20B 2
16 PH31681 SP GRILL SASY 65SWX20B 1
17 NA57501 POST FIX MTL 2002 2
18 Not Avail. 65SWX20B CABINET ASSY 1
19 Not Avail. 65SWX20B CORE BLOCK ASSY 1
20 H512309 LOWER REAR BOARD 1
21 UE20464 PRT ASSY (RED) 1
22 UE20465 PRT ASSY (GREEN) 1
23 UE20466 PRT ASSY (BLUE) 1
24 Not Avail. FRONT COVER ASSY 2002 1
25 Not Avail. IR PWB FIX MTL DP2X 1
26 Not Avail. LC METAL 2002-57 SIDE 2
27 Not Avail. DP2X FOCUS FIX MTL 1
28 Not Avail. LC METAL 2002-25 FRONT 1
29 Not Avail. LC METAL 2002-25 REAR 1
30 Not Avail. CHASSIS SUPPORT 2002 1
31 Not Avail. SIDE METAL 2002-25 R 1
32 Not Avail. DRIPPING HOLDER DP2X 1
33 Not Avail. SIDE METAL 2002-25 L 1
34 Not Avail. DP27C CHASSIS ASY 1
35 33020091 BARRIER BOARD ASSY 2002 1

NOTES: The PRT Assembly (Item 21, 22, 23) comes with the Yoke Assembly but does not include the CPT board and the LENS
assembly.

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DP27/27D

EXPLODED VIEW PARTS LIST

Model 57TWX20B
No Part No Description Qty
1 QD34353 SCREEN FRAME 57SWX20B 1
2 KR02554 DP2X SCREEN ASSY 57TWX 1
3 NA56292 SCREEN TOP/LOW METAL 57 2
4 KS04085 '02 57W" MIRROR GLASS 1
5 NA56321 SCREEN TOP SUPP.MTL 4
6 NA56312 SCREEN SIDE METAL 57 2
7 NA56332 SCREEN LOW SUPPORT METAL 2
8 PH31556 DECO PANEL LEFT 57SWX 1
9 PH31555 DECO PANEL RIGHT 57SWX 1
10 Not Avail. DP27D CONTROL PANEL ASSY 1
11 PH31501 POST 57TWX20B 2
12 PH31671 SP GRILL SASY 57SWX20B 1
13 55010267 FRONT BOARD 2002 1
14 NA57501 POST FIX MTL 2002 2
15 Not Avail. 57SWX20B CABINET ASSY 1
16 Not Avail. 57TWX20B CORE BLOCK ASSY 1
17 H512307 LOWER REAR BOARD 1
18 UE20464 PRT ASSY (RED) 1
19 UE20465 PRT ASSY (GREEN) 1
20 UE20466 PRT ASSY (BLUE) 1
21 Not Avail. FRONT COVER ASSY 2002 1
22 Not Avail. IR PWB FIX MTL DP2X 1
23 Not Avail. LC METAL 2002-57 SIDE 2
24 Not Avail. DP2X FOCUS FIX MTL 1
25 Not Avail. LC METAL 2002-25 FRONT 1
26 Not Avail. LC METAL 2002-25 REAR 1
27 Not Avail. CHASSIS SUPPORT 2002 1
28 Not Avail. SIDE METAL 2002-25 R 1
29 Not Avail. DRIPPING HOLDER DP2X 1
30 Not Avail. SIDE METAL 2002-25 L 1
31 Not Avail. DP27D CHASSIS ASY 1
32 33020094 BARRIER BOARD ASSY 57" 1

NOTES: The PRT Assembly (Item 18, 19, 20) comes with the Yoke Assembly but does not include the CPT board and the LENS
assembly.

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EXPLODED VIEW PARTS LIST

Model 65TWX20B
No Part No Description Qty
1 QD34273 65" TOP FRAME PAINT (U) 1
2 QD34274 65" BOTTOM FRAME PAINT (U) 1
3 QD34291 65" VERTICAL FRAME (U) 2
4 NJ06441 65" SCREEN HOLDER (TOP) 1
5 NJ06451 65" SCREEN HOLDER (BOTTOM) 1
6 35300042 UPPER MIRROR CLEAT [G252BE800] 1
7 KR02555 DP2X 65TWX SCREEN ASSY 1
8 KS04086 '02 65" MIRROR GLASS 1
9 NA56242 65 SPRING SUPPORT METAL 6
10 NA56261 65 FRAME HOOK METAL 2
11 55010267 FRONT BOARD 2002 1
12 PH31566 DECO PANEL LEFT 65SWX 1
13 Not Avail. DP27D CONTROL PANEL ASSY 1
14 PH31565 DECO PANEL RIGHT 65SWX 1
15 PH31511 POST 65TWX20B 2
16 PH31681 SP GRILL SASY 65SWX20B 1
17 NA57501 POST FIX MTL 2002 2
18 Not Avail. 65SWX20B CABINET ASSY 1
19 Not Avail. 57TWX20B CORE BLOCK ASSY 1
20 H512309 LOWER REAR BOARD 1
21 UE20464 PRT ASSY (RED) 1
22 UE20465 PRT ASSY (GREEN) 1
23 UE20466 PRT ASSY (BLUE) 1
24 Not Avail. FRONT COVER ASSY 2002 1
25 Not Avail. IR PWB FIX MTL DP2X 1
26 Not Avail. LC METAL 2002-57 SIDE 2
27 Not Avail. DP2X FOCUS FIX MTL 1
28 Not Avail. LC METAL 2002-25 FRONT 1
29 Not Avail. LC METAL 2002-25 REAR 1
30 Not Avail. CHASSIS SUPPORT 2002 1
31 Not Avail. SIDE METAL 2002-25 R 1
32 Not Avail. DRIPPING HOLDER DP2X 1
33 Not Avail. SIDE METAL 2002-25 L 1
34 Not Avail. DP27D CHASSIS ASY 1
35 33020091 BARRIER BOARD ASSY 2002 1

NOTES: The PRT Assembly (Item 21, 22, 23) comes with the Yoke Assembly but does not include the CPT board and the LENS
assembly.

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REPLACEMENT PARTS LIST
PRODUCT SERVICE NOTE: Components marked with a ! have special characteristics important to safety. Before replacing
any of these components, read carefully, the PRODUCT SAFETY NOTICE of this Service Manual. Don’t degrade the safety of the
receiver through improper servicing.

ABBREVIATIONS
Capacitors: Resistors: Semiconductors:
AL: Aluminum Electrolytic CF: Carbon Film TR: Transistor
CD: Ceramic Disc CC: Carbon Composition DI: Diode
EL: Electrolitic MF: Metal Oxide ZD: Zener Diode
PF: Polyester Film VR: Variable Resistor VA: Varistor
PP: Polypropylene WW: Wire Wound TH: Termistor
PL: Plastic FR: Fuse Resistor IC: Integrated Circuit
TA: Tantalum MG: Metal Grazed
PR: Paper
TM: Trimmer
MC: Mylar

SYMBOL PART PART SYMBOL PART PART


NO. NO. DESCRIPTION NO. NO. DESCRIPTION
C045 0893239R CAP 1608CHIP 10000PFZF 50V TAPE
CAPACITORS C046 0893239R CAP 1608CHIP 10000PFZF 50V TAPE
C001 0800326R CAP.-ELECTRO. 100UF-M 16V C047 0893232R CAP 1608CHIP 100000PFZF25V TAPE
C002 0893232R CAP 1608CHIP 100000PFZF25V TAPE C048 0800326R CAP.-ELECTRO. 100UF-M 16V
C003 0893208R CAP 1608CHIP 1000PFKB 50V TAPE C049 0893205R CAP 1608CHIP 560PFKB 50V TAPE
C004 0800279R CAP.-ELECTORO. 1.0UF-M(SMG) 50V C051 0800279R CAP.-ELECTORO. 1.0UF-M(SMG) 50V
C005 0893131R CAP 1608CHIP 220PFJCH 50V TAPE C052 0893205R CAP 1608CHIP 560PFKB 50V TAPE
C008 0893104R CAP 1608CHIP 2PFCCK 50V TAPE C054 0800279R CAP.-ELECTORO. 1.0UF-M(SMG) 50V
C009 0893182R CERAMIC CAPACITOR(15000PF 16V) C055 0893232R CAP 1608CHIP 100000PFZF25V TAPE
C013 0893239R CAP 1608CHIP 10000PFZF 50V TAPE C056 0800294R CAP.-ELECTRO. 10UF-M(SMG) 50V
C014 0893208R CAP 1608CHIP 1000PFKB 50V TAPE C062 0893205R CAP 1608CHIP 560PFKB 50V TAPE
C015 0893131R CAP 1608CHIP 220PFJCH 50V TAPE C063 0893239R CAP 1608CHIP 10000PFZF 50V TAPE
C016 0800279R CAP.-ELECTORO. 1.0UF-M(SMG) 50V C064 0893128R CAP 1608CHIP 150PFJCH 50V TAPE
C017 0893209R CAP 1608CHIP 1200PFKB 50V TAPE C065 0893126R CAP 1608CHIP 100PFJCH 50V TAPE
C018 0893209R CAP 1608CHIP 1200PFKB 50V TAPE C066 0800326R CAP.-ELECTRO. 100UF-M 16V
C019 0893213R CAP1608CHIP 2200PFKB 50V TAPE C067 0893232R CAP 1608CHIP 100000PFZF25V TAPE
C020 0800294R CAP.-ELECTRO. 10UF-M(SMG) 50V C068 0800326R CAP.-ELECTRO. 100UF-M 16V
C021 0893232R CAP 1608CHIP 100000PFZF25V TAPE C069 0893232R CAP 1608CHIP 100000PFZF25V TAPE
C022 0800326R CAP.-ELECTRO. 100UF-M 16V C070 0800326R CAP.-ELECTRO. 100UF-M 16V
C024 0800303R CAP.-ELECTRO. 22UF-M 50V C071 0800326R CAP.-ELECTRO. 100UF-M 16V
C025 0893208R CAP 1608CHIP 1000PFKB 50V TAPE C072 0893232R CAP 1608CHIP 100000PFZF25V TAPE
C026 AA01101R CERAMIC CAPACITOR(1UF 10V-F) C077 0800294R CAP.-ELECTRO. 10UF-M(SMG) 50V
C027 AA01111R CERAMIC CAPACITOR(1.0UF 6.3V) C078 0880194R CAP.-POLYESTER 0.1UF-J 50V
C028 0893232R CAP 1608CHIP 100000PFZF25V TAPE C079 0800294R CAP.-ELECTRO. 10UF-M(SMG) 50V
C031 0893232R CAP 1608CHIP 100000PFZF25V TAPE C080 AA01101R CERAMIC CAPACITOR(1UF 10V-F)
C032 0893179R CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 100000PF 16V TAPE C081 AA01111R CERAMIC CAPACITOR(1.0UF 6.3V)
C033 0893179R CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 100000PF 16V TAPE C082 0800326R CAP.-ELECTRO. 100UF-M 16V
C039 0800326R CAP.-ELECTRO. 100UF-M 16V C083 0893232R CAP 1608CHIP 100000PFZF25V TAPE
C040 0893232R CAP 1608CHIP 100000PFZF25V TAPE C084 0893232R CAP 1608CHIP 100000PFZF25V TAPE
C041 0800326R CAP.-ELECTRO. 100UF-M 16V C301 0800352R CAP.-ELECTRO.470UF 10V
C042 0893232R CAP 1608CHIP 100000PFZF25V TAPE C302 0893239R CAP 1608CHIP 10000PFZF 50V TAPE
C043 0800326R CAP.-ELECTRO. 100UF-M 16V C305 0893239R CAP 1608CHIP 10000PFZF 50V TAPE
C044 0800279R CAP.-ELECTORO. 1.0UF-M(SMG) 50V C307 0893239R CAP 1608CHIP 10000PFZF 50V TAPE

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PRODUCT SERVICE NOTE: Components marked with a ! have special characteristics important to sefety. Before replacing
any of these components, read carefully, the PRODUCT SAFETY NOTICE of this Service Manual. Don’t degrade the safety of the
receiver through improper servicing.

SYMBOL PART PART SYMBOL PART PART


NO. NO. DESCRIPTION NO. NO. DESCRIPTION
C308 0800352R CAP.-ELECTRO.470UF 10V C439 0893179R CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 100000PF 16V TAPE
C309 0893239R CAP 1608CHIP 10000PFZF 50V TAPE C441 0893239R CAP 1608CHIP 10000PFZF 50V TAPE
C310 0800352R CAP.-ELECTRO.470UF 10V C443 0893126R CAP 1608CHIP 100PFJCH 50V TAPE
C311 0893239R CAP 1608CHIP 10000PFZF 50V TAPE C444 0800326R CAP.-ELECTRO. 100UF-M 16V
C314 0893239R CAP 1608CHIP 10000PFZF 50V TAPE C445 0893232R CAP 1608CHIP 100000PFZF25V TAPE
C316 0893239R CAP 1608CHIP 10000PFZF 50V TAPE C448 AA01101R CERAMIC CAPACITOR(1UF 10V-F)
C317 0800352R CAP.-ELECTRO.470UF 10V C450 0893222R CAP 1608CHIP10000PFKB 50V TAPE
C318 0893239R CAP 1608CHIP 10000PFZF 50V TAPE C453 0893232R CAP 1608CHIP 100000PFZF25V TAPE
C319 0800326R CAP.-ELECTRO. 100UF-M 16V C454 0893232R CAP 1608CHIP 100000PFZF25V TAPE
C320 0893232R CAP 1608CHIP 100000PFZF25V TAPE C457 0893232R CAP 1608CHIP 100000PFZF25V TAPE
C321 0893232R CAP 1608CHIP 100000PFZF25V TAPE C458 0893232R CAP 1608CHIP 100000PFZF25V TAPE
C322 0800352R CAP.-ELECTRO.470UF 10V C462 0893232R CAP 1608CHIP 100000PFZF25V TAPE
C323 0893232R CAP 1608CHIP 100000PFZF25V TAPE C463 0893232R CAP 1608CHIP 100000PFZF25V TAPE
C324 0800352R CAP.-ELECTRO.470UF 10V C464 0800326R CAP.-ELECTRO. 100UF-M 16V
C325 0893232R CAP 1608CHIP 100000PFZF25V TAPE C465 0800326R CAP.-ELECTRO. 100UF-M 16V
C326 0800326R CAP.-ELECTRO. 100UF-M 16V C466 0800294R CAP.-ELECTRO. 10UF-M(SMG) 50V
C335 0893205R CAP 1608CHIP 560PFKB 50V TAPE C467 0800326R CAP.-ELECTRO. 100UF-M 16V
C336 0893205R CAP 1608CHIP 560PFKB 50V TAPE C468 0800294R CAP.-ELECTRO. 10UF-M(SMG) 50V
C401 0893232R CAP 1608CHIP 100000PFZF25V TAPE C469 0800326R CAP.-ELECTRO. 100UF-M 16V
C402 0893232R CAP 1608CHIP 100000PFZF25V TAPE C471 0893232R CAP 1608CHIP 100000PFZF25V TAPE
C403 0800326R CAP.-ELECTRO. 100UF-M 16V C473 0893239R CAP 1608CHIP 10000PFZF 50V TAPE
C404 0800277R CAP.-ELECTORO. 0.47UF-M 50V C474 0800294R CAP.-ELECTRO. 10UF-M(SMG) 50V
C405 0800282R CAP.-ELECTORO. 2.2UF-M(SMG) 50V C475 0893113R CAP 1608CHIP 10PFCCH 50V TAPE
C406 0893179R CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 100000PF 16V TAPE C477 0893232R CAP 1608CHIP 100000PFZF25V TAPE
C407 0893179R CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 100000PF 16V TAPE C478 0800321R CAP.-ELECTRO. 47UF-M 50V
C408 0893179R CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 100000PF 16V TAPE C479 0800279R CAP.-ELECTORO. 1.0UF-M(SMG) 50V
C409 0800277R CAP.-ELECTORO. 0.47UF-M 50V C602 0880194R CAP.-POLYESTER 0.1UF-J 50V
C410 0893179R CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 100000PF 16V TAPE C603 0880194R CAP.-POLYESTER 0.1UF-J 50V
C411 0893179R CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 100000PF 16V TAPE C604 0800347N CAP.-ELECTRO. 330UF-M(SMG) 50V
C412 0893179R CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 100000PF 16V TAPE C605 0800329R CAP.-ELECTRO. 100UF-M(SMG) 50V
C413 0800282R CAP.-ELECTORO. 2.2UF-M(SMG) 50V C606 AL01162R CAP.ELECTRO 10UF-M(YXF)50V
C414 0800361N CAP.-ELECTRO 1000UF 16V C607 AL01143S CAP.ELECTROLYTIC 2200UF-M(YXF)25V
C415 0893232R CAP 1608CHIP 100000PFZF25V TAPE C608 AL01162R CAP.ELECTRO 10UF-M(YXF)50V
C416 0800361N CAP.-ELECTRO 1000UF 16V C609 0279692R CAP.-POLYESTER 0.068UF 100V
C417 0893232R CAP 1608CHIP 100000PFZF25V TAPE C610 0800318R CAP.-ELECTRO. 47UF-M 25V
C418 0800294R CAP.-ELECTRO. 10UF-M(SMG) 50V C701 0800353R CAP.-ELECTRO.470UF-M 16V
C419 0893219R CAP 1608CHIP 6800PFKB 50V TAPE C702 0880203R CAP.-POLYESTER 0.47UF-J 50V
C420 0893239R CAP 1608CHIP 10000PFZF 50V TAPE C707 0244505R CAP-CERAMIC 0.0022UF-K 500V
C421 0800294R CAP.-ELECTRO. 10UF-M(SMG) 50V C708 0243509R CAP.-CERAMIC 470PF-K 500V
C422 0893232R CAP 1608CHIP 100000PFZF25V TAPE C709 0890081R CAP.-CERAMIC 330PF 50V
C423 0893239R CAP 1608CHIP 10000PFZF 50V TAPE ! C710 AN01648F 4700PF 1500V METALLIZ POLYPROPYLENE FILM CAPA
C424 0284634R CAP.-ELECTRO 4.7UF-SME(BP) 50V ! C711 AN01648F 4700PF 1500V METALLIZ POLYPROPYLENE FILM CAPA
C425 0800294R CAP.-ELECTRO. 10UF-M(SMG) 50V C713 AN01176F CAPACITOR 0.39UF 250V METALLIZ POLYPROPYLENE
C426 0800294R CAP.-ELECTRO. 10UF-M(SMG) 50V C714 AN01176F CAPACITOR 0.39UF 250V METALLIZ POLYPROPYLENE
C427 0893232R CAP 1608CHIP 100000PFZF25V TAPE C715 0284634R CAP.-ELECTRO 4.7UF-SME(BP) 50V
C428 0800326R CAP.-ELECTRO. 100UF-M 16V C717 AN01631F 1000PF1500VMETALLIZ POLYPROPYLENE FILM CAPA
C429 0893222R CAP 1608CHIP10000PFKB 50V TAPE C718 0244505R CAP-CERAMIC 0.0022UF-K 500V
C430 0893222R CAP 1608CHIP10000PFKB 50V TAPE C719 0244505R CAP-CERAMIC 0.0022UF-K 500V
C431 0893222R CAP 1608CHIP10000PFKB 50V TAPE C720 0880194R CAP.-POLYESTER 0.1UF-J 50V
C432 0893232R CAP 1608CHIP 100000PFZF25V TAPE C721 0800326R CAP.-ELECTRO. 100UF-M 16V
C433 0800326R CAP.-ELECTRO. 100UF-M 16V C722 0890085R CAP.-CERAMIC 680PF-K 50V
C434 0893179R CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 100000PF 16V TAPE C723 AN01181F CAPACITOR 0.56UF 250V METALLIZ POLYPROPYLENE
C435 0893179R CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 100000PF 16V TAPE C724 AN01181F CAPACITOR 0.56UF 250V METALLIZ POLYPROPYLENE
C436 0893179R CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 100000PF 16V TAPE C725 0800347N CAP.-ELECTRO. 330UF-M(SMG) 50V
C437 0893179R CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 100000PF 16V TAPE C801 0890078R CAP.-CERAMIC 220PF-K 50V
C438 0893179R CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 100000PF 16V TAPE C802 0880044R CAP.-POLYESTER 0.01UF-KEB 50V

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any of these components, read carefully, the PRODUCT SAFETY NOTICE of this Service Manual. Don’t degrade the safety of the
receiver through improper servicing.

SYMBOL PART PART SYMBOL PART PART


NO. NO. DESCRIPTION NO. NO. DESCRIPTION
C803 0800279R CAP.-ELECTORO. 1.0UF-M(SMG) 50V C929 AL01153S CAP.ELECTR. 1000UF-M 35V
C804 0299622F CAPACITOR-POLYPROPYLENE FILM 0.01UF-J 630V C930 AL01128R CAP.ELECTR.470UF-M(YXF)16V
C805 AL00031R CAP.-ELECTORO. 33UF-M 250V C931 AL01129S CAP.ELECTROLYTIC 1000UF-M(YXF)16V
C807 0800352R CAP.-ELECTRO.470UF 10V C932 AL02323 CE-101M251EW(KMX)D16
C812 AJ00559F CC-222K202YBDF10 C933 0244202R CAP. CERAMIC DE0907R471K2K
C813 AL00025R CAP.ALMI 2.2UF250V C934 0243511R CAP.-CERAMIC 680PF-K 500V TAPE
C814 0800326R CAP.-ELECTRO. 100UF-M 16V C935 0243511R CAP.-CERAMIC 680PF-K 500V TAPE
C816 0890087R CAP.-CERAMIC 1000PF-K 50V C936 0243511R CAP.-CERAMIC 680PF-K 500V TAPE
C817 0800326R CAP.-ELECTRO. 100UF-M 16V C937 0243511R CAP.-CERAMIC 680PF-K 500V TAPE
C851 0890078R CAP.-CERAMIC 220PF-K 50V C938 0244202R CAP. CERAMIC DE0907R471K2K
C852 0880044R CAP.-POLYESTER 0.01UF-KEB 50V C940 0299610F CAP.-POLYPRO.FILM 0.001UF 630V
C853 0800279R CAP.-ELECTORO. 1.0UF-M(SMG) 50V C941 0880194R CAP.-POLYESTER 0.1UF-J 50V
C854 AL00031R CAP.-ELECTORO. 33UF-M 250V C942 0880198R CAP.-PLOY. 0.22UF-J 50V
C857 0800352R CAP.-ELECTRO.470UF 10V C943 0800303R CAP.-ELECTRO. 22UF-M 50V
C862 AJ00559F CC-222K202YBDF10 C944 0800319R CAP.-ELECTRO. 47UF-M 35V
C863 AL00025R CAP.ALMI 2.2UF250V C945 0800319R CAP.-ELECTRO. 47UF-M 35V
C866 0890087R CAP.-CERAMIC 1000PF-K 50V C946 0284647R CAP.-ELECTRO.22UF-SME(BP) 16V
C871 0800326R CAP.-ELECTRO. 100UF-M 16V C947 0800334R CAP.-ELECTRO. 220UF 10V
C872 0800326R CAP.-ELECTRO. 100UF-M 16V C948 0800326R CAP.-ELECTRO. 100UF-M 16V
C8A1 0890078R CAP.-CERAMIC 220PF-K 50V C949 0800355N CAP.ELECTRO. 470UF-M 35V
C8A2 0880044R CAP.-POLYESTER 0.01UF-KEB 50V C950 0800355N CAP.ELECTRO. 470UF-M 35V
C8A3 0800279R CAP.-ELECTORO. 1.0UF-M(SMG) 50V C951 0880194R CAP.-POLYESTER 0.1UF-J 50V
C8A4 AL00031R CAP.-ELECTORO. 33UF-M 250V C952 0800352R CAP.-ELECTRO.470UF 10V
C8A7 0800352R CAP.-ELECTRO.470UF 10V C953 0880194R CAP.-POLYESTER 0.1UF-J 50V
C8C0 0880194R CAP.-POLYESTER 0.1UF-J 50V C954 AL01852F 3300UF 16V ALUMINIUM ELECTROLYTIC CAPACITOR
C8C1 0800279R CAP.-ELECTORO. 1.0UF-M(SMG) 50V C955 AL01851R 2200UF 16V ALUMINIUM ELECTROLYTIC CAPACITOR
C8C2 AJ00559F CC-222K202YBDF10 C956 0800338R CAP.ELECTRO.220UF-M 50V(SMG)
C8C3 AL00025R CAP.ALMI 2.2UF250V C957 AL01171S CAP.ELECTR.1000UF-M(YXF)50V
C8C4 0890087R CAP.-CERAMIC 1000PF-K 50V C959 0243511R CAP.-CERAMIC 680PF-K 500V TAPE
C8C5 0800326R CAP.-ELECTRO. 100UF-M 16V C960 0243511R CAP.-CERAMIC 680PF-K 500V TAPE
! C901 AN01302F METALLIZ POLYESTER FILM CAPACITOR(0.22UF250V C961 0243511R CAP.-CERAMIC 680PF-K 500V TAPE
! C902 AN01301F METALLIZ POLYESTER FILM CAPACITOR(0.1UF250V ) C962 0243511R CAP.-CERAMIC 680PF-K 500V TAPE
! C904 AJ00182F CAP. CERAMIC CD85-E2GA102MYNS C964 0244105R CAP.-CERAMIC 2200PF-K 50V TAPE
! C905 AJ00182F CAP. CERAMIC CD85-E2GA102MYNS C965 0880044R CAP.-POLYESTER 0.01UF-KEB 50V
C906 AJ00195F CAP. CERAMIC CK45-F2EA472ZYNN C967 0880194R CAP.-POLYESTER 0.1UF-J 50V
! C907 AJ00195F CAP. CERAMIC CK45-F2EA472ZYNN C969 0800319R CAP.-ELECTRO. 47UF-M 35V
! C908 AJ00195F CAP. CERAMIC CK45-F2EA472ZYNN C970 0800294R CAP.-ELECTRO. 10UF-M(SMG) 50V
! C909 AJ00195F CAP. CERAMIC CK45-F2EA472ZYNN C971 0800319R CAP.-ELECTRO. 47UF-M 35V
C910 AL01735 CAP.ALUMI.200V 470UF KMH(M) C972 0880194R CAP.-POLYESTER 0.1UF-J 50V
C911 0800303R CAP.-ELECTRO. 22UF-M 50V C973 0800366N CAP.-ELECTORO. 2200UF-10V SMG
C913 0299617F CAP.-POLY.FLM 0.0039UF 630V C974 0880194R CAP.-POLYESTER 0.1UF-J 50V
C914 0890083R CAP.-CERAMIC 470PF-K 50V C975 0800353R CAP.-ELECTRO.470UF-M 16V
C915 0880051R CAP.-POLYESTER 0.033UF-KEB 50V C976 0800361N CAP.-ELECTRO 1000UF 16V
C916 0890076R CAP.CERAMIC 150PF-K 50V C977 AL01129S CAP.ELECTROLYTIC 1000UF-M(YXF)16V
C917 0880198R CAP.-PLOY. 0.22UF-J 50V C978 0279693R CAP.-POLYESTER FLM 0.1UF
C918 0800318R CAP.-ELECTRO. 47UF-M 25V C979 0800318R CAP.-ELECTRO. 47UF-M 25V
C919 0880194R CAP.-POLYESTER 0.1UF-J 50V ! C980 AJ00182F CAP. CERAMIC CD85-E2GA102MYNS
C920 0800294R CAP.-ELECTRO. 10UF-M(SMG) 50V ! C981 AJ00182F CAP. CERAMIC CD85-E2GA102MYNS
C921 AL01679 ALUMINIUM ELEC.200V 680UF GU22*45 C985 0800361N CAP.-ELECTRO 1000UF 16V
C922 AL01679 ALUMINIUM ELEC.200V 680UF GU22*45 C986 0880194R CAP.-POLYESTER 0.1UF-J 50V
C923 0800337R CAP.-ELECTRO 220UF 35V (SMG TY PE) C987 0890087R CAP.-CERAMIC 1000PF-K 50V
C924 0880194R CAP.-POLYESTER 0.1UF-J 50V CA03 0800294R CAP.-ELECTRO. 10UF-M(SMG) 50V
C925 0299616F CAPACITOR-POLYPROPYLENE FILM 0.0033UF-J 630V CA04 0800294R CAP.-ELECTRO. 10UF-M(SMG) 50V
C926 0890085R CAP.-CERAMIC 680PF-K 50V CA05 0800326R CAP.-ELECTRO. 100UF-M 16V
C927 AL01663 ALUMINIUM ELEC. 160V 330UF CA06 0284638R CAP.-ELECTRO. 10UF-SME(BP) 16V
C928 AL01153S CAP.ELECTR. 1000UF-M 35V CA07 0800294R CAP.-ELECTRO. 10UF-M(SMG) 50V

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any of these components, read carefully, the PRODUCT SAFETY NOTICE of this Service Manual. Don’t degrade the safety of the
receiver through improper servicing.

SYMBOL PART PART SYMBOL PART PART


NO. NO. DESCRIPTION NO. NO. DESCRIPTION
CA08 0800294R CAP.-ELECTRO. 10UF-M(SMG) 50V CA71 0800318R CAP.-ELECTRO. 47UF-M 25V
CA09 0284638R CAP.-ELECTRO. 10UF-SME(BP) 16V CA72 0284827F CAP.-ELECTRO.2200UF-M 50V
CA10 0284638R CAP.-ELECTRO. 10UF-SME(BP) 16V CA73 AA00981R CERAMIC CAPACITOR(0.22UF 25V-B)
CA13 0800294R CAP.-ELECTRO. 10UF-M(SMG) 50V CA74 AA00981R CERAMIC CAPACITOR(0.22UF 25V-B)
CA14 0800294R CAP.-ELECTRO. 10UF-M(SMG) 50V CA75 0880194R CAP.-POLYESTER 0.1UF-J 50V
CA15 0893217R CAP 1608CHIP 4700PFKB 50V TAPE CA76 0880207R CAP.-POLYESTER 1.0UF-J 50V
CA16 0893232R CAP 1608CHIP 100000PFZF25V TAPE CA77 0284827F CAP.-ELECTRO.2200UF-M 50V
CA17 0893232R CAP 1608CHIP 100000PFZF25V TAPE CA78 AA00981R CERAMIC CAPACITOR(0.22UF 25V-B)
CA18 0284638R CAP.-ELECTRO. 10UF-SME(BP) 16V CA79 AA00981R CERAMIC CAPACITOR(0.22UF 25V-B)
CA19 0800288R CAP.-ELECTRO. 4.7UF-M(SMG) 50V CA80 0880194R CAP.-POLYESTER 0.1UF-J 50V
CA20 0800288R CAP.-ELECTRO. 4.7UF-M(SMG) 50V CA81 0880207R CAP.-POLYESTER 1.0UF-J 50V
CA21 0800288R CAP.-ELECTRO. 4.7UF-M(SMG) 50V CA82 0284638R CAP.-ELECTRO. 10UF-SME(BP) 16V
CA22 0800326R CAP.-ELECTRO. 100UF-M 16V CA83 0800288R CAP.-ELECTRO. 4.7UF-M(SMG) 50V
CA23 0893232R CAP 1608CHIP 100000PFZF25V TAPE CA84 0893215R CAP 1608CHIP 3300PFKB 50V TAPE
CA24 0284638R CAP.-ELECTRO. 10UF-SME(BP) 16V CA85 0893186R CERAMIC CAPACITOR(33000PF 16V)
CA27 0800294R CAP.-ELECTRO. 10UF-M(SMG) 50V CA86 0800288R CAP.-ELECTRO. 4.7UF-M(SMG) 50V
CA28 0800294R CAP.-ELECTRO. 10UF-M(SMG) 50V CA87 0800294R CAP.-ELECTRO. 10UF-M(SMG) 50V
CA29 0893217R CAP 1608CHIP 4700PFKB 50V TAPE CA88 0800294R CAP.-ELECTRO. 10UF-M(SMG) 50V
CA30 0893232R CAP 1608CHIP 100000PFZF25V TAPE CA89 0800294R CAP.-ELECTRO. 10UF-M(SMG) 50V
CA31 AA01101R CERAMIC CAPACITOR(1UF 10V-F) CA90 0800326R CAP.-ELECTRO. 100UF-M 16V
CA32 0893232R CAP 1608CHIP 100000PFZF25V TAPE CA91 0893179R CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 100000PF 16V TAPE
CA33 0800288R CAP.-ELECTRO. 4.7UF-M(SMG) 50V CA92 0893227R CERAMIC CAPACITOR(220000PF 16V)
CA34 0800288R CAP.-ELECTRO. 4.7UF-M(SMG) 50V CA93 0893227R CERAMIC CAPACITOR(220000PF 16V)
CA37 0800294R CAP.-ELECTRO. 10UF-M(SMG) 50V CA94 0893179R CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 100000PF 16V TAPE
CA38 0800294R CAP.-ELECTRO. 10UF-M(SMG) 50V CA95 0800288R CAP.-ELECTRO. 4.7UF-M(SMG) 50V
CA39 0893186R CERAMIC CAPACITOR(33000PF 16V) CA96 0893186R CERAMIC CAPACITOR(33000PF 16V)
CA40 0893222R CAP 1608CHIP10000PFKB 50V TAPE CA97 0893215R CAP 1608CHIP 3300PFKB 50V TAPE
CA41 0893248R CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 330000PF 16V TAPE CA98 0800288R CAP.-ELECTRO. 4.7UF-M(SMG) 50V
CA42 AA01121R CERAMIC CAPACITOR(0.47UF 10V) CA99 0893232R CAP 1608CHIP 100000PFZF25V TAPE
CA43 0800294R CAP.-ELECTRO. 10UF-M(SMG) 50V CAA1 0800294R CAP.-ELECTRO. 10UF-M(SMG) 50V
CA44 0800294R CAP.-ELECTRO. 10UF-M(SMG) 50V CAA2 0800294R CAP.-ELECTRO. 10UF-M(SMG) 50V
CA45 0800294R CAP.-ELECTRO. 10UF-M(SMG) 50V CE01 0800294R CAP.-ELECTRO. 10UF-M(SMG) 50V
CA46 0893232R CAP 1608CHIP 100000PFZF25V TAPE CE03 0244541F CAPACITOR-CERAMIC 0.01MF-K B 500V
CA47 0893239R CAP 1608CHIP 10000PFZF 50V TAPE CE04 0244541F CAPACITOR-CERAMIC 0.01MF-K B 500V
CA48 0893227R CERAMIC CAPACITOR(220000PF 16V) CE06 0244509R CAP.-CERAMIC 4700PF-KB B 500V
CA49 0893217R CAP 1608CHIP 4700PFKB 50V TAPE CE07 0800329R CAP.-ELECTRO. 100UF-M(SMG) 50V
CA50 0893232R CAP 1608CHIP 100000PFZF25V TAPE CE08 0800329R CAP.-ELECTRO. 100UF-M(SMG) 50V
CA51 0800279R CAP.-ELECTORO. 1.0UF-M(SMG) 50V CE09 AL00027R CAP.-ELECTORO. 4.7UF-M 250V
CA52 0800326R CAP.-ELECTRO. 100UF-M 16V CE10 0800326R CAP.-ELECTRO. 100UF-M 16V
CA53 0800326R CAP.-ELECTRO. 100UF-M 16V CE11 0800318R CAP.-ELECTRO. 47UF-M 25V
CA54 0893232R CAP 1608CHIP 100000PFZF25V TAPE CE12 AL00032R CAP.-ELECTORO. 47UF-M 250V
CA55 0800294R CAP.-ELECTRO. 10UF-M(SMG) 50V CE13 0244541F CAPACITOR-CERAMIC 0.01MF-K B 500V
CA56 0800279R CAP.-ELECTORO. 1.0UF-M(SMG) 50V CE14 0246836R CAP.CERAMIC 18PF 500V TAPE
CA57 0800279R CAP.-ELECTORO. 1.0UF-M(SMG) 50V CE51 0800294R CAP.-ELECTRO. 10UF-M(SMG) 50V
CA59 0800279R CAP.-ELECTORO. 1.0UF-M(SMG) 50V CE53 0244541F CAPACITOR-CERAMIC 0.01MF-K B 500V
CA60 0800279R CAP.-ELECTORO. 1.0UF-M(SMG) 50V CE54 0244541F CAPACITOR-CERAMIC 0.01MF-K B 500V
CA61 0893208R CAP 1608CHIP 1000PFKB 50V TAPE CE56 0244509R CAP.-CERAMIC 4700PF-KB B 500V
CA62 0893208R CAP 1608CHIP 1000PFKB 50V TAPE CE57 0800329R CAP.-ELECTRO. 100UF-M(SMG) 50V
CA63 AA01111R CERAMIC CAPACITOR(1.0UF 6.3V) CE58 0800329R CAP.-ELECTRO. 100UF-M(SMG) 50V
CA64 AA01111R CERAMIC CAPACITOR(1.0UF 6.3V) CE60 AL00032R CAP.-ELECTORO. 47UF-M 250V
CA65 0800318R CAP.-ELECTRO. 47UF-M 25V CE61 0244541F CAPACITOR-CERAMIC 0.01MF-K B 500V
CA66 0800318R CAP.-ELECTRO. 47UF-M 25V CE62 0246836R CAP.CERAMIC 18PF 500V TAPE
CA67 0880194R CAP.-POLYESTER 0.1UF-J 50V CE63 AL00027R CAP.-ELECTORO. 4.7UF-M 250V
CA68 0284827F CAP.-ELECTRO.2200UF-M 50V CEA1 0800294R CAP.-ELECTRO. 10UF-M(SMG) 50V
CA69 0800328R CAP. ELECTRO. 100UF-M 35V CEA3 0244541F CAPACITOR-CERAMIC 0.01MF-K B 500V
CA70 0800328R CAP. ELECTRO. 100UF-M 35V CEA4 0244541F CAPACITOR-CERAMIC 0.01MF-K B 500V

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any of these components, read carefully, the PRODUCT SAFETY NOTICE of this Service Manual. Don’t degrade the safety of the
receiver through improper servicing.

SYMBOL PART PART SYMBOL PART PART


NO. NO. DESCRIPTION NO. NO. DESCRIPTION
CEA6 0244509R CAP.-CERAMIC 4700PF-KB B 500V CJ26 0893232R CAP 1608CHIP 100000PFZF25V TAPE
CEA7 0800329R CAP.-ELECTRO. 100UF-M(SMG) 50V CJ27 0893232R CAP 1608CHIP 100000PFZF25V TAPE
CEA8 0800329R CAP.-ELECTRO. 100UF-M(SMG) 50V CJ28 0893232R CAP 1608CHIP 100000PFZF25V TAPE
CEC1 0800294R CAP.-ELECTRO. 10UF-M(SMG) 50V CJ29 0800294R CAP.-ELECTRO. 10UF-M(SMG) 50V
CEC2 AL00032R CAP.-ELECTORO. 47UF-M 250V CJ30 0893232R CAP 1608CHIP 100000PFZF25V TAPE
CEC3 0244541F CAPACITOR-CERAMIC 0.01MF-K B 500V CJ31 0893232R CAP 1608CHIP 100000PFZF25V TAPE
CEC4 0246836R CAP.CERAMIC 18PF 500V TAPE CJ32 0893232R CAP 1608CHIP 100000PFZF25V TAPE
CEC5 AL00027R CAP.-ELECTORO. 4.7UF-M 250V CJ33 0893232R CAP 1608CHIP 100000PFZF25V TAPE
CF01 AN01163F CAPACITOR 0.12UF 250V METALLIZ POLYPROPYLENE CJ36 0893232R CAP 1608CHIP 100000PFZF25V TAPE
CF02 0800294R CAP.-ELECTRO. 10UF-M(SMG) 50V CJ37 0800326R CAP.-ELECTRO. 100UF-M 16V
CF03 AJ00138R CAP. CERAMIC CK45-R3DD222K-VR CJ38 0800352R CAP.-ELECTRO.470UF 10V
CF04 0800294R CAP.-ELECTRO. 10UF-M(SMG) 50V CJ39 0893232R CAP 1608CHIP 100000PFZF25V TAPE
CH01 0800326R CAP.-ELECTRO. 100UF-M 16V CJ40 0893232R CAP 1608CHIP 100000PFZF25V TAPE
CH02 0890078R CAP.-CERAMIC 220PF-K 50V CJ41 0800358R CAP.-ELECTRO. 1000UF-M 6.3V
CH03 0880044R CAP.-POLYESTER 0.01UF-KEB 50V CJ52 0893232R CAP 1608CHIP 100000PFZF25V TAPE
CH05 0800294R CAP.-ELECTRO. 10UF-M(SMG) 50V CJ53 0800326R CAP.-ELECTRO. 100UF-M 16V
CH06 0800279R CAP.-ELECTORO. 1.0UF-M(SMG) 50V CJ75 AA01111R CERAMIC CAPACITOR(1.0UF 6.3V)
CH07 0880033R CAP.-POLYESTER 0.0015UF-KEB50V CJ77 0800326R CAP.-ELECTRO. 100UF-M 16V
CH08 0800326R CAP.-ELECTRO. 100UF-M 16V CJ79 0800318R CAP.-ELECTRO. 47UF-M 25V
CH09 0880198R CAP.-PLOY. 0.22UF-J 50V CK03 0800326R CAP.-ELECTRO. 100UF-M 16V
CH10 0880194R CAP.-POLYESTER 0.1UF-J 50V CK04 0880194R CAP.-POLYESTER 0.1UF-J 50V
! CH13 AN01113F 1200PF 1800V METALLIZ POLYPROPYLENE FILM CAPA CK05 0800326R CAP.-ELECTRO. 100UF-M 16V
CH14 0279693R CAP.-POLYESTER FLM 0.1UF CK06 0880194R CAP.-POLYESTER 0.1UF-J 50V
CH15 0880038R CAP.-POLYESTER 0.0039UF-KEB50V CK07 0800326R CAP.-ELECTRO. 100UF-M 16V
CH16 AL01724 CAP.ALUMI.160V 390UF KMH(M) CK08 0880194R CAP.-POLYESTER 0.1UF-J 50V
! CH17 0284623R CAP.-ELECTRO. 1UF-SME(BP) 50V CK09 0880194R CAP.-POLYESTER 0.1UF-J 50V
CH18 0880198R CAP.-PLOY. 0.22UF-J 50V CK10 0800326R CAP.-ELECTRO. 100UF-M 16V
CH19 0890082R CAP.-CERAMIC 390PF-K 50V CK11 0880035R CAP.-POLY 2200PF-50V
! CH20 AN01113F 1200PF 1800V METALLIZ POLYPROPYLENE FILM CAPA CK18 0880044R CAP.-POLYESTER 0.01UF-KEB 50V
CH22 0880203R CAP.-POLYESTER 0.47UF-J 50V CK19 0880044R CAP.-POLYESTER 0.01UF-KEB 50V
CH99 0880203R CAP.-POLYESTER 0.47UF-J 50V CK20 0890076R CAP.CERAMIC 150PF-K 50V
CJ01 0893232R CAP 1608CHIP 100000PFZF25V TAPE CK21 0890076R CAP.CERAMIC 150PF-K 50V
CJ02 0800294R CAP.-ELECTRO. 10UF-M(SMG) 50V CK22 0890076R CAP.CERAMIC 150PF-K 50V
CJ03 0893232R CAP 1608CHIP 100000PFZF25V TAPE CK23 0890076R CAP.CERAMIC 150PF-K 50V
CJ04 0800326R CAP.-ELECTRO. 100UF-M 16V CK24 0890076R CAP.CERAMIC 150PF-K 50V
CJ05 0893232R CAP 1608CHIP 100000PFZF25V TAPE CK25 0890076R CAP.CERAMIC 150PF-K 50V
CJ06 0893232R CAP 1608CHIP 100000PFZF25V TAPE CK27 0800355N CAP.ELECTRO. 470UF-M 35V
CJ07 0893232R CAP 1608CHIP 100000PFZF25V TAPE CK28 0800355N CAP.ELECTRO. 470UF-M 35V
CJ08 0800294R CAP.-ELECTRO. 10UF-M(SMG) 50V CK29 0890024M CAP.-CERAMIC 150PF-K B 50V CYLINDORICAL
CJ09 0893232R CAP 1608CHIP 100000PFZF25V TAPE CK30 0890024M CAP.-CERAMIC 150PF-K B 50V CYLINDORICAL
CJ10 0800294R CAP.-ELECTRO. 10UF-M(SMG) 50V CK31 0890024M CAP.-CERAMIC 150PF-K B 50V CYLINDORICAL
CJ11 0893232R CAP 1608CHIP 100000PFZF25V TAPE CK32 0890024M CAP.-CERAMIC 150PF-K B 50V CYLINDORICAL
CJ12 0893232R CAP 1608CHIP 100000PFZF25V TAPE CK33 0890024M CAP.-CERAMIC 150PF-K B 50V CYLINDORICAL
CJ13 0800294R CAP.-ELECTRO. 10UF-M(SMG) 50V CK34 0890024M CAP.-CERAMIC 150PF-K B 50V CYLINDORICAL
CJ14 0893232R CAP 1608CHIP 100000PFZF25V TAPE CK36 0800355N CAP.ELECTRO. 470UF-M 35V
CJ15 0800294R CAP.-ELECTRO. 10UF-M(SMG) 50V CK37 0800355N CAP.ELECTRO. 470UF-M 35V
CJ16 0893222R CAP 1608CHIP10000PFKB 50V TAPE CK43 0880044R CAP.-POLYESTER 0.01UF-KEB 50V
CJ17 0893126R CAP 1608CHIP 100PFJCH 50V TAPE CK51 0890076R CAP.CERAMIC 150PF-K 50V
CJ18 0800294R CAP.-ELECTRO. 10UF-M(SMG) 50V CL01 0880053R CAP.-POLYESTER 0.047UF-KEB 50V
CJ19 0893232R CAP 1608CHIP 100000PFZF25V TAPE CL02 0880053R CAP.-POLYESTER 0.047UF-KEB 50V
CJ20 0893126R CAP 1608CHIP 100PFJCH 50V TAPE CL03 0880053R CAP.-POLYESTER 0.047UF-KEB 50V
CJ21 0800294R CAP.-ELECTRO. 10UF-M(SMG) 50V CL04 0880053R CAP.-POLYESTER 0.047UF-KEB 50V
CJ22 0893232R CAP 1608CHIP 100000PFZF25V TAPE CL05 0880053R CAP.-POLYESTER 0.047UF-KEB 50V
CJ23 0893126R CAP 1608CHIP 100PFJCH 50V TAPE CL06 0880053R CAP.-POLYESTER 0.047UF-KEB 50V
CJ24 0800294R CAP.-ELECTRO. 10UF-M(SMG) 50V CL07 0880053R CAP.-POLYESTER 0.047UF-KEB 50V
CJ25 0893232R CAP 1608CHIP 100000PFZF25V TAPE CL08 0880053R CAP.-POLYESTER 0.047UF-KEB 50V

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any of these components, read carefully, the PRODUCT SAFETY NOTICE of this Service Manual. Don’t degrade the safety of the
receiver through improper servicing.

SYMBOL PART PART SYMBOL PART PART


NO. NO. DESCRIPTION NO. NO. DESCRIPTION
CL09 0800326R CAP.-ELECTRO. 100UF-M 16V CV22 AA01121R CERAMIC CAPACITOR(0.47UF 10V)
CL10 0880194R CAP.-POLYESTER 0.1UF-J 50V CV23 0800318R CAP.-ELECTRO. 47UF-M 25V
CM01 0800303R CAP.-ELECTRO. 22UF-M 50V CV24 0893118R CAP 1608CHIP 27PFJCH 50V TAPE
CM03 0800279R CAP.-ELECTORO. 1.0UF-M(SMG) 50V CV25 0893115R CAP 1608CHIP 15PFJCH 50V TAPE
CM05 0880044R CAP.-POLYESTER 0.01UF-KEB 50V CV26 0893111R CAP 1608CHIP 8PFCCH 50V TAPE
CM06 0880194R CAP.-POLYESTER 0.1UF-J 50V CV27 0893232R CAP 1608CHIP 100000PFZF25V TAPE
CM09 0880044R CAP.-POLYESTER 0.01UF-KEB 50V CV28 0800326R CAP.-ELECTRO. 100UF-M 16V
CM10 0800294R CAP.-ELECTRO. 10UF-M(SMG) 50V CW01 0800294R CAP.-ELECTRO. 10UF-M(SMG) 50V
CM11 0800294R CAP.-ELECTRO. 10UF-M(SMG) 50V CW02 AA01101R CERAMIC CAPACITOR(1UF 10V-F)
CM12 0800318R CAP.-ELECTRO. 47UF-M 25V CW03 0893114R CAP 1608CHIP 12PFJCH 50V TAPE
CM14 0880194R CAP.-POLYESTER 0.1UF-J 50V CW04 0893121R CAP 1608CHIP 39PFJCH 50V TAPE
CM16 0880194R CAP.-POLYESTER 0.1UF-J 50V CW05 0893114R CAP 1608CHIP 12PFJCH 50V TAPE
CM18 0880044R CAP.-POLYESTER 0.01UF-KEB 50V CW06 0800282R CAP.-ELECTORO. 2.2UF-M(SMG) 50V
CM19 0880194R CAP.-POLYESTER 0.1UF-J 50V CW07 0800282R CAP.-ELECTORO. 2.2UF-M(SMG) 50V
CM20 0800325R CAP.-ELECTRO. 100UF-M 10V CW08 0800294R CAP.-ELECTRO. 10UF-M(SMG) 50V
CM21 0880044R CAP.-POLYESTER 0.01UF-KEB 50V CW09 0893239R CAP 1608CHIP 10000PFZF 50V TAPE
CM22 0880194R CAP.-POLYESTER 0.1UF-J 50V CW10 0800326R CAP.-ELECTRO. 100UF-M 16V
CM23 0880044R CAP.-POLYESTER 0.01UF-KEB 50V CW11 0893239R CAP 1608CHIP 10000PFZF 50V TAPE
CM24 0800325R CAP.-ELECTRO. 100UF-M 10V CW12 0800279R CAP.-ELECTORO. 1.0UF-M(SMG) 50V
CN01 0890084R CAP.-CERAMIC 560PF-K 50V CW13 0893135R CAP 1608CHIP 470PFJCH 50V TAPE
CN02 0880051R CAP.-POLYESTER 0.033UF-KEB 50V CW14 0800294R CAP.-ELECTRO. 10UF-M(SMG) 50V
CN03 0800288R CAP.-ELECTRO. 4.7UF-M(SMG) 50V CW15 AA01101R CERAMIC CAPACITOR(1UF 10V-F)
CN04 0800279R CAP.-ELECTORO. 1.0UF-M(SMG) 50V CW16 0893179R CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 100000PF 16V TAPE
CN05 0880035R CAP.-POLY 2200PF-50V CW17 0893179R CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 100000PF 16V TAPE
CN06 0800326R CAP.-ELECTRO. 100UF-M 16V CW18 AA01101R CERAMIC CAPACITOR(1UF 10V-F)
CP51 0800358R CAP.-ELECTRO. 1000UF-M 6.3V CW19 0893179R CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 100000PF 16V TAPE
CP52 0893232R CAP 1608CHIP 100000PFZF25V TAPE CW20 0893179R CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 100000PF 16V TAPE
CP60 0800326R CAP.-ELECTRO. 100UF-M 16V CW21 0800294R CAP.-ELECTRO. 10UF-M(SMG) 50V
CP61 0800326R CAP.-ELECTRO. 100UF-M 16V CW22 0893179R CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 100000PF 16V TAPE
CP62 0893232R CAP 1608CHIP 100000PFZF25V TAPE CW23 0893179R CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 100000PF 16V TAPE
CP63 0800326R CAP.-ELECTRO. 100UF-M 16V CW24 0893232R CAP 1608CHIP 100000PFZF25V TAPE
CP64 0800326R CAP.-ELECTRO. 100UF-M 16V CW25 0800326R CAP.-ELECTRO. 100UF-M 16V
CP65 0893232R CAP 1608CHIP 100000PFZF25V TAPE CW26 0893239R CAP 1608CHIP 10000PFZF 50V TAPE
CP66 0800326R CAP.-ELECTRO. 100UF-M 16V CW27 0800294R CAP.-ELECTRO. 10UF-M(SMG) 50V
CP81 0800326R CAP.-ELECTRO. 100UF-M 16V CW29 0800326R CAP.-ELECTRO. 100UF-M 16V
CP82 0893232R CAP 1608CHIP 100000PFZF25V TAPE CW30 0893111R CAP 1608CHIP 8PFCCH 50V TAPE
CP83 0893232R CAP 1608CHIP 100000PFZF25V TAPE CW31 0893239R CAP 1608CHIP 10000PFZF 50V TAPE
CV01 0893239R CAP 1608CHIP 10000PFZF 50V TAPE CW32 0893179R CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 100000PF 16V TAPE
CV02 0800326R CAP.-ELECTRO. 100UF-M 16V CW34 0800326R CAP.-ELECTRO. 100UF-M 16V
CV03 0800294R CAP.-ELECTRO. 10UF-M(SMG) 50V CW37 0893117R CAP 1608CHIP 22PFJCH 50V TAPE
CV05 0893111R CAP 1608CHIP 8PFCCH 50V TAPE CW38 0893117R CAP 1608CHIP 22PFJCH 50V TAPE
CV06 0893239R CAP 1608CHIP 10000PFZF 50V TAPE CW39 AA01101R CERAMIC CAPACITOR(1UF 10V-F)
CV08 0893239R CAP 1608CHIP 10000PFZF 50V TAPE CW40 0800282R CAP.-ELECTORO. 2.2UF-M(SMG) 50V
CV09 0800326R CAP.-ELECTRO. 100UF-M 16V CW41 0893179R CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 100000PF 16V TAPE
CV10 0893239R CAP 1608CHIP 10000PFZF 50V TAPE CW42 0800294R CAP.-ELECTRO. 10UF-M(SMG) 50V
CV11 0893239R CAP 1608CHIP 10000PFZF 50V TAPE CW43 0893179R CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 100000PF 16V TAPE
CV12 0893239R CAP 1608CHIP 10000PFZF 50V TAPE CW44 0800294R CAP.-ELECTRO. 10UF-M(SMG) 50V
CV13 0800326R CAP.-ELECTRO. 100UF-M 16V CW45 0893179R CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 100000PF 16V TAPE
CV14 0893239R CAP 1608CHIP 10000PFZF 50V TAPE CW46 0893179R CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 100000PF 16V TAPE
CV15 0893239R CAP 1608CHIP 10000PFZF 50V TAPE CW47 0893134R CAP 1608CHIP 390PFJCH 50V TAPE
CV16 0893239R CAP 1608CHIP 10000PFZF 50V TAPE CW48 0893179R CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 100000PF 16V TAPE
CV17 0893232R CAP 1608CHIP 100000PFZF25V TAPE CW49 0800294R CAP.-ELECTRO. 10UF-M(SMG) 50V
CV18 0800352R CAP.-ELECTRO.470UF 10V CW50 0893179R CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 100000PF 16V TAPE
CV19 0893129R CAP 1608CHIP 180PFJCH 50V TAPE CX01 AA01101R CERAMIC CAPACITOR(1UF 10V-F)
CV20 0893239R CAP 1608CHIP 10000PFZF 50V TAPE CX02 AA01101R CERAMIC CAPACITOR(1UF 10V-F)
CV21 0893127R CAP 1608CHIP 120PFJCH 50V TAPE CX03 AA01101R CERAMIC CAPACITOR(1UF 10V-F)

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any of these components, read carefully, the PRODUCT SAFETY NOTICE of this Service Manual. Don’t degrade the safety of the
receiver through improper servicing.

SYMBOL PART PART SYMBOL PART PART


NO. NO. DESCRIPTION NO. NO. DESCRIPTION
CX04 AA01101R CERAMIC CAPACITOR(1UF 10V-F) CX74 0893232R CAP 1608CHIP 100000PFZF25V TAPE
CX05 AA01111R CERAMIC CAPACITOR(1.0UF 6.3V) CX75 0893232R CAP 1608CHIP 100000PFZF25V TAPE
CX06 AA01101R CERAMIC CAPACITOR(1UF 10V-F) CX76 0893232R CAP 1608CHIP 100000PFZF25V TAPE
CX07 AA01101R CERAMIC CAPACITOR(1UF 10V-F) CX77 0893232R CAP 1608CHIP 100000PFZF25V TAPE
CX08 AA01111R CERAMIC CAPACITOR(1.0UF 6.3V) CX78 0800326R CAP.-ELECTRO. 100UF-M 16V
CX09 0893232R CAP 1608CHIP 100000PFZF25V TAPE CX84 AA01101R CERAMIC CAPACITOR(1UF 10V-F)
CX10 AA01111R CERAMIC CAPACITOR(1.0UF 6.3V) CX85 AA01101R CERAMIC CAPACITOR(1UF 10V-F)
CX11 AA01101R CERAMIC CAPACITOR(1UF 10V-F) CX92 AA01111R CERAMIC CAPACITOR(1.0UF 6.3V)
CX12 AA01101R CERAMIC CAPACITOR(1UF 10V-F) CX93 AA01111R CERAMIC CAPACITOR(1.0UF 6.3V)
CX13 AA01111R CERAMIC CAPACITOR(1.0UF 6.3V) CX94 AA01101R CERAMIC CAPACITOR(1UF 10V-F)
CX14 0893232R CAP 1608CHIP 100000PFZF25V TAPE CX95 0800326R CAP.-ELECTRO. 100UF-M 16V
CX15 0800294R CAP.-ELECTRO. 10UF-M(SMG) 50V CZ01 AL01842R 1000UF 10V ALUMINIUM ELECTROLYTIC CAPACITOR
CX16 0800294R CAP.-ELECTRO. 10UF-M(SMG) 50V CZ02 0893232R CAP 1608CHIP 100000PFZF25V TAPE
CX17 0800294R CAP.-ELECTRO. 10UF-M(SMG) 50V CZ03 0893179R CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 100000PF 16V TAPE
CX18 0800294R CAP.-ELECTRO. 10UF-M(SMG) 50V CZ04 0893179R CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 100000PF 16V TAPE
CX19 0800326R CAP.-ELECTRO. 100UF-M 16V CZ05 0893179R CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 100000PF 16V TAPE
CX20 0893232R CAP 1608CHIP 100000PFZF25V TAPE CZ06 0800279R CAP.-ELECTORO. 1.0UF-M(SMG) 50V
CX21 0800352R CAP.-ELECTRO.470UF 10V CZ07 0893222R CAP 1608CHIP10000PFKB 50V TAPE
CX22 0800352R CAP.-ELECTRO.470UF 10V CZ10 0893232R CAP 1608CHIP 100000PFZF25V TAPE
CX23 0893239R CAP 1608CHIP 10000PFZF 50V TAPE CZ12 0893179R CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 100000PF 16V TAPE
CX28 AA01111R CERAMIC CAPACITOR(1.0UF 6.3V) CZ13 0893179R CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 100000PF 16V TAPE
CX29 0893232R CAP 1608CHIP 100000PFZF25V TAPE CZ14 0893179R CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 100000PF 16V TAPE
CX30 0893232R CAP 1608CHIP 100000PFZF25V TAPE CZ15 0893239R CAP 1608CHIP 10000PFZF 50V TAPE
CX31 AA01111R CERAMIC CAPACITOR(1.0UF 6.3V) CZ16 0800326R CAP.-ELECTRO. 100UF-M 16V
CX32 0800294R CAP.-ELECTRO. 10UF-M(SMG) 50V CZ17 0893179R CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 100000PF 16V TAPE
CX35 AA01101R CERAMIC CAPACITOR(1UF 10V-F) CZ18 0800282R CAP.-ELECTORO. 2.2UF-M(SMG) 50V
CX36 0800326R CAP.-ELECTRO. 100UF-M 16V CZ19 0893213R CAP1608CHIP 2200PFKB 50V TAPE
CX37 AA01111R CERAMIC CAPACITOR(1.0UF 6.3V) CZ20 0893114R CAP 1608CHIP 12PFJCH 50V TAPE
CX38 AA01111R CERAMIC CAPACITOR(1.0UF 6.3V) CZ21 0893179R CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 100000PF 16V TAPE
CX39 AA01101R CERAMIC CAPACITOR(1UF 10V-F) CZ22 AL01842R 1000UF 10V ALUMINIUM ELECTROLYTIC CAPACITOR
CX40 AA01101R CERAMIC CAPACITOR(1UF 10V-F) CZ23 0893232R CAP 1608CHIP 100000PFZF25V TAPE
CX42 0893232R CAP 1608CHIP 100000PFZF25V TAPE CZ24 0893179R CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 100000PF 16V TAPE
CX43 AA01111R CERAMIC CAPACITOR(1.0UF 6.3V) CZ25 0893179R CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 100000PF 16V TAPE
CX44 AA01101R CERAMIC CAPACITOR(1UF 10V-F) CZ26 0893179R CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 100000PF 16V TAPE
CX45 AA01101R CERAMIC CAPACITOR(1UF 10V-F) CZ27 0800279R CAP.-ELECTORO. 1.0UF-M(SMG) 50V
CX46 AA01111R CERAMIC CAPACITOR(1.0UF 6.3V) CZ28 0893222R CAP 1608CHIP10000PFKB 50V TAPE
CX47 0893232R CAP 1608CHIP 100000PFZF25V TAPE CZ31 0893179R CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 100000PF 16V TAPE
CX48 0800326R CAP.-ELECTRO. 100UF-M 16V CZ32 0893179R CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 100000PF 16V TAPE
CX49 AA01111R CERAMIC CAPACITOR(1.0UF 6.3V) CZ33 0893179R CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 100000PF 16V TAPE
CX52 0893232R CAP 1608CHIP 100000PFZF25V TAPE CZ34 AA01101R CERAMIC CAPACITOR(1UF 10V-F)
CX53 0800326R CAP.-ELECTRO. 100UF-M 16V CZ35 0800334R CAP.-ELECTRO. 220UF 10V
CX54 AA01111R CERAMIC CAPACITOR(1.0UF 6.3V) CZ36 0800282R CAP.-ELECTORO. 2.2UF-M(SMG) 50V
CX55 0893232R CAP 1608CHIP 100000PFZF25V TAPE CZ37 0893213R CAP1608CHIP 2200PFKB 50V TAPE
CX56 0893232R CAP 1608CHIP 100000PFZF25V TAPE CZ38 0893114R CAP 1608CHIP 12PFJCH 50V TAPE
CX57 AA01101R CERAMIC CAPACITOR(1UF 10V-F) CZ39 0893179R CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 100000PF 16V TAPE
CX58 AA01111R CERAMIC CAPACITOR(1.0UF 6.3V) CZ40 0893179R CAP.CHIP-CERAMIC 100000PF 16V TAPE
CX59 AA01111R CERAMIC CAPACITOR(1.0UF 6.3V) CZ41 0893239R CAP 1608CHIP 10000PFZF 50V TAPE
CX60 AA01111R CERAMIC CAPACITOR(1.0UF 6.3V) CZ42 0893121R CAP 1608CHIP 39PFJCH 50V TAPE
CX61 AA01111R CERAMIC CAPACITOR(1.0UF 6.3V) CZ43 0893232R CAP 1608CHIP 100000PFZF25V TAPE
CX62 AA01111R CERAMIC CAPACITOR(1.0UF 6.3V) CZ44 0893239R CAP 1608CHIP 10000PFZF 50V TAPE
CX63 AA01111R CERAMIC CAPACITOR(1.0UF 6.3V) CZ45 0800326R CAP.-ELECTRO. 100UF-M 16V
CX64 AA01111R CERAMIC CAPACITOR(1.0UF 6.3V) CZ46 0893232R CAP 1608CHIP 100000PFZF25V TAPE
CX65 AA01111R CERAMIC CAPACITOR(1.0UF 6.3V) CZ47 0893232R CAP 1608CHIP 100000PFZF25V TAPE
CX66 AA01111R CERAMIC CAPACITOR(1.0UF 6.3V) CZ48 0893232R CAP 1608CHIP 100000PFZF25V TAPE
CX70 0800326R CAP.-ELECTRO. 100UF-M 16V
CX71 0893232R CAP 1608CHIP 100000PFZF25V TAPE

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any of these components, read carefully, the PRODUCT SAFETY NOTICE of this Service Manual. Don’t degrade the safety of the
receiver through improper servicing.

SYMBOL PART PART SYMBOL PART PART


NO. NO. DESCRIPTION NO. NO. DESCRIPTION
D814 CH02001M DIODE 1SR139-400
DIODES D815 CH02001M DIODE 1SR139-400
D003 2344041M DIODE 1SS254TA/1SS270TA D816 CH02001M DIODE 1SR139-400
D004 2344041M DIODE 1SS254TA/1SS270TA D851 2331849M ZENER HZ12C3 (TA) SI 500MW
D008 2331849M ZENER HZ12C3 (TA) SI 500MW D852 2344041M DIODE 1SS254TA/1SS270TA
D009 2331849M ZENER HZ12C3 (TA) SI 500MW D853 2344041M DIODE 1SS254TA/1SS270TA
D010 2331849M ZENER HZ12C3 (TA) SI 500MW D854 2344041M DIODE 1SS254TA/1SS270TA
D011 2331849M ZENER HZ12C3 (TA) SI 500MW D856 2344041M DIODE 1SS254TA/1SS270TA
D012 2331849M ZENER HZ12C3 (TA) SI 500MW D858 2344041M DIODE 1SS254TA/1SS270TA
D013 2344041M DIODE 1SS254TA/1SS270TA D863 CH02001M DIODE 1SR139-400
D015 2344041M DIODE 1SS254TA/1SS270TA D864 CH02001M DIODE 1SR139-400
D017 2331827M ZENER DIODE HZ-9 TAPE (C1) SI 500MW 9.3V D865 CH02001M DIODE 1SR139-400
D018 2331827M ZENER DIODE HZ-9 TAPE (C1) SI 500MW 9.3V D866 CH02001M DIODE 1SR139-400
D019 2331809M ZENER DIODE HZ-6 TAPE (C3) SI 500MW D8A1 2331849M ZENER HZ12C3 (TA) SI 500MW
D301 2339971M ZENER HZS33-1 TA D8A2 2344041M DIODE 1SS254TA/1SS270TA
D302 2339971M ZENER HZS33-1 TA D8A3 2344041M DIODE 1SS254TA/1SS270TA
D303 2331849M ZENER HZ12C3 (TA) SI 500MW D8A4 2344041M DIODE 1SS254TA/1SS270TA
D402 2344041M DIODE 1SS254TA/1SS270TA D8A5 2344041M DIODE 1SS254TA/1SS270TA
D403 2344041M DIODE 1SS254TA/1SS270TA D8A6 2344041M DIODE 1SS254TA/1SS270TA
D404 2344041M DIODE 1SS254TA/1SS270TA D8C3 CH02001M DIODE 1SR139-400
D405 2339801M ZENER HZS-2 TAPE (B1) SI 400MW 2.0V D8C4 CH02001M DIODE 1SR139-400
D408 2331849M ZENER HZ12C3 (TA) SI 500MW D8C5 CH02001M DIODE 1SR139-400
D409 2331849M ZENER HZ12C3 (TA) SI 500MW D8C6 CH02001M DIODE 1SR139-400
D410 2331849M ZENER HZ12C3 (TA) SI 500MW D8C7 2331849M ZENER HZ12C3 (TA) SI 500MW
D411 2344041M DIODE 1SS254TA/1SS270TA ! D901 2338313 DIODE RBV-406M (60V) SI 0.1USEC
D412 2344041M DIODE 1SS254TA/1SS270TA ! D902 2342061 DIODE D3SB(A)60.
D413 2344041M DIODE 1SS254TA/1SS270TA D903 CH02001M DIODE 1SR139-400
D414 2344041M DIODE 1SS254TA/1SS270TA D904 CH02001M DIODE 1SR139-400
D415 2344041M DIODE 1SS254TA/1SS270TA D905 CH02011M DIODE 1SR153-400
D416 2344041M DIODE 1SS254TA/1SS270TA D906 2331844M ZENER HZ12-B1
D417 2331849M ZENER HZ12C3 (TA) SI 500MW D907 2334304M ZENER RD30E (B3 T2/TP/TA) SI 5MA 30.51V
D418 2331849M ZENER HZ12C3 (TA) SI 500MW D908 2339843M ZENER HZS-6 A3 (SI 200MA)
D601 2331154M ZENER HZ-12 (A1-3 B1-3.TA) SI 200MA 14.3V D910 CH02011M DIODE 1SR153-400
D603 CH02001M DIODE 1SR139-400 D911 CH02011M DIODE 1SR153-400
D604 CH02001M DIODE 1SR139-400 D912 2334324M ZENER DIODE RD36E TAPE (B3) SI 500MW 36V
D605 CH02011M DIODE 1SR153-400 D913 2331844M ZENER HZ12-B1
D606 2334305M ZENER RD30E (B4 T2/TP/TA) SI 5MA 30.51V D914 CH02011M DIODE 1SR153-400
D607 CH02001M DIODE 1SR139-400 D915 CH00183R LIGHT EMITTING DIODE (SLZ-981C-06-T1)
D608 2344041M DIODE 1SS254TA/1SS270TA D916 CH01061F DIODE RU4AM(600V)
D701 CH02001M DIODE 1SR139-400 D917 2337951S DIODE RU4Z(LF015-302)
D702 2339859M ZENER HZS7C3 TA D918 2337951S DIODE RU4Z(LF015-302)
D703 2344041M DIODE 1SS254TA/1SS270TA D919 2338532M DIODE EG01A (V1)
D706 2339882M ZENER DIODE HZS-12(A2) TAPE D920 2337951S DIODE RU4Z(LF015-302)
! D708 CH02161 DIODE FMQ-G2FLS (1500V) D921 2359314G DIODE RU-3C P12.5
D709 2344041M DIODE 1SS254TA/1SS270TA D922 2334304M ZENER RD30E (B3 T2/TP/TA) SI 5MA 30.51V
D712 CH00041M DIODE ES1FV1 (1500V) D923 2339881M ZENER HZS12A1 TA
D713 2339802M ZENER DIODE HZS2B2 TAPE D924 2339961M ZENER HZS30-1 TA
D714 2339849M ZENER HZS6C3 TA D925 2344041M DIODE 1SS254TA/1SS270TA
D715 CH02001M DIODE 1SR139-400 D926 2344041M DIODE 1SS254TA/1SS270TA
D801 2331849M ZENER HZ12C3 (TA) SI 500MW D927 2339857M ZENER HZS7C1 SI
D802 2344041M DIODE 1SS254TA/1SS270TA D928 CH00182R LIGHT EMITTING DIODE (SLZ-381C-06-T1)
D803 2344041M DIODE 1SS254TA/1SS270TA D929 2344041M DIODE 1SS254TA/1SS270TA
D804 2344041M DIODE 1SS254TA/1SS270TA D930 2344041M DIODE 1SS254TA/1SS270TA
D806 2344041M DIODE 1SS254TA/1SS270TA D931 CH02001M DIODE 1SR139-400
D808 2344041M DIODE 1SS254TA/1SS270TA D932 CH02001M DIODE 1SR139-400
D813 CH02001M DIODE 1SR139-400 D933 2344041M DIODE 1SS254TA/1SS270TA

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any of these components, read carefully, the PRODUCT SAFETY NOTICE of this Service Manual. Don’t degrade the safety of the
receiver through improper servicing.

SYMBOL PART PART SYMBOL PART PART


NO. NO. DESCRIPTION NO. NO. DESCRIPTION
D936 2344041M DIODE 1SS254TA/1SS270TA DEA2 2344041M DIODE 1SS254TA/1SS270TA
D937 2339827M ZENER HZS4C1 TA DEA5 CH02001M DIODE 1SR139-400
D938 2344041M DIODE 1SS254TA/1SS270TA DEA6 CH02001M DIODE 1SR139-400
D939 2339816M ZENER HZS3B3 TAPE DEA7 CH02001M DIODE 1SR139-400
D940 CH00182R LIGHT EMITTING DIODE (SLZ-381C-06-T1) DEA8 CH02001M DIODE 1SR139-400
D941 2337951S DIODE RU4Z(LF015-302) DEA9 2331849M ZENER HZ12C3 (TA) SI 500MW
D942 2337951S DIODE RU4Z(LF015-302) DF01 2344041M DIODE 1SS254TA/1SS270TA
D943 CH01091M DIODE EL1 (350V) ! DH01 2339837M ZENER HZS-5C1 TAPE
D944 2337951S DIODE RU4Z(LF015-302) DH04 2339832M ZENER HZS5A2 TA
D952 CH02001M DIODE 1SR139-400 DH05 2339882M ZENER DIODE HZS-12(A2) TAPE
D953 2339836M ZENER HZS-5 B3 DH06 2344041M DIODE 1SS254TA/1SS270TA
D954 2331844M ZENER HZ12-B1 ! DH07 2359312S DIODE RU3C LF-C4 (1000V 1.5A )
D955 2344041M DIODE 1SS254TA/1SS270TA DH08 2334243M ZENER RD16E (B2 T2/TP/TA) SI 10MA 16.51V
D956 2344041M DIODE 1SS254TA/1SS270TA ! DH09 CH00041M DIODE ES1FV1 (1500V)
D957 2344041M DIODE 1SS254TA/1SS270TA DH10 CH02001M DIODE 1SR139-400
D960 2339821M ZENER HZS4A1 TA DH11 CH02001M DIODE 1SR139-400
D961 2344041M DIODE 1SS254TA/1SS270TA ! DH13 CH00031M DIODE AU02V1(280V)
D962 2339817M ZENER HZS3C1 TA DH14 2334324M ZENER DIODE RD36E TAPE (B3) SI 500MW 36V
D963 2344041M DIODE 1SS254TA/1SS270TA ! DH15 2335042M ZENER HZ-22 (2L TP) SI 200MA 400MW
D964 CH00182R LIGHT EMITTING DIODE (SLZ-381C-06-T1) DH16 2334305M ZENER RD30E (B4 T2/TP/TA) SI 5MA 30.51V
D965 CH00182R LIGHT EMITTING DIODE (SLZ-381C-06-T1) DH17 2344041M DIODE 1SS254TA/1SS270TA
D966 2339847M ZENER HZS6C1 TA DH18 2344041M DIODE 1SS254TA/1SS270TA
D967 2344041M DIODE 1SS254TA/1SS270TA DJ01 2331849M ZENER HZ12C3 (TA) SI 500MW
D968 2344041M DIODE 1SS254TA/1SS270TA DJ02 2331849M ZENER HZ12C3 (TA) SI 500MW
D971 2334324M ZENER DIODE RD36E TAPE (B3) SI 500MW 36V DJ04 2331849M ZENER HZ12C3 (TA) SI 500MW
D972 2344041M DIODE 1SS254TA/1SS270TA DJ05 2344041M DIODE 1SS254TA/1SS270TA
DA01 2331771M ZENER HZ-3A1 TAPE DJ06 2344041M DIODE 1SS254TA/1SS270TA
DA02 2331771M ZENER HZ-3A1 TAPE DJ21 CC10721R DIODE CHIP DA204K-TPTX
DA03 2344041M DIODE 1SS254TA/1SS270TA DJ22 CC10721R DIODE CHIP DA204K-TPTX
DA04 2344041M DIODE 1SS254TA/1SS270TA DJ23 CC10721R DIODE CHIP DA204K-TPTX
DA05 2344041M DIODE 1SS254TA/1SS270TA DJ24 CC10721R DIODE CHIP DA204K-TPTX
DA06 2344041M DIODE 1SS254TA/1SS270TA DJ25 CC10721R DIODE CHIP DA204K-TPTX
DA07 2344041M DIODE 1SS254TA/1SS270TA DJ26 CC10721R DIODE CHIP DA204K-TPTX
DA08 2344041M DIODE 1SS254TA/1SS270TA DJ27 CC10721R DIODE CHIP DA204K-TPTX
DA09 2344041M DIODE 1SS254TA/1SS270TA DJ28 CC10721R DIODE CHIP DA204K-TPTX
DA12 2337341M DIODE 1SS270A (TP) DJ29 2344041M DIODE 1SS254TA/1SS270TA
DA13 2344041M DIODE 1SS254TA/1SS270TA DJ30 CC00003R DIODE.CHIP 1SS355
DA14 2344041M DIODE 1SS254TA/1SS270TA DJ31 2331849M ZENER HZ12C3 (TA) SI 500MW
DA15 2337341M DIODE 1SS270A (TP) DK16 2334324M ZENER DIODE RD36E TAPE (B3) SI 500MW 36V
DA16 2337341M DIODE 1SS270A (TP) DK17 2334324M ZENER DIODE RD36E TAPE (B3) SI 500MW 36V
DA17 2337341M DIODE 1SS270A (TP) DK18 2334324M ZENER DIODE RD36E TAPE (B3) SI 500MW 36V
DA20 2331849M ZENER HZ12C3 (TA) SI 500MW DK19 2334324M ZENER DIODE RD36E TAPE (B3) SI 500MW 36V
DA21 2331849M ZENER HZ12C3 (TA) SI 500MW DK20 2334324M ZENER DIODE RD36E TAPE (B3) SI 500MW 36V
DE01 2344041M DIODE 1SS254TA/1SS270TA DK21 2334324M ZENER DIODE RD36E TAPE (B3) SI 500MW 36V
DE02 2344041M DIODE 1SS254TA/1SS270TA DK22 2334324M ZENER DIODE RD36E TAPE (B3) SI 500MW 36V
DE05 CH02001M DIODE 1SR139-400 DK23 2334324M ZENER DIODE RD36E TAPE (B3) SI 500MW 36V
DE06 CH02001M DIODE 1SR139-400 DK24 2334324M ZENER DIODE RD36E TAPE (B3) SI 500MW 36V
DE07 CH02001M DIODE 1SR139-400 DK25 2334324M ZENER DIODE RD36E TAPE (B3) SI 500MW 36V
DE08 CH02001M DIODE 1SR139-400 DK26 2334324M ZENER DIODE RD36E TAPE (B3) SI 500MW 36V
DE51 2344041M DIODE 1SS254TA/1SS270TA DK27 2334324M ZENER DIODE RD36E TAPE (B3) SI 500MW 36V
DE52 2344041M DIODE 1SS254TA/1SS270TA DK30 2331815M ZENER HZ7-B2
DE55 CH02001M DIODE 1SR139-400 DK31 2331815M ZENER HZ7-B2
DE56 CH02001M DIODE 1SR139-400 DK32 2331815M ZENER HZ7-B2
DE57 CH02001M DIODE 1SR139-400 DK33 2331815M ZENER HZ7-B2
DE58 CH02001M DIODE 1SR139-400 DK34 2331815M ZENER HZ7-B2
DEA1 2344041M DIODE 1SS254TA/1SS270TA DK35 2331815M ZENER HZ7-B2

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any of these components, read carefully, the PRODUCT SAFETY NOTICE of this Service Manual. Don’t degrade the safety of the
receiver through improper servicing.

SYMBOL PART PART SYMBOL PART PART


NO. NO. DESCRIPTION NO. NO. DESCRIPTION
DK36 2331815M ZENER HZ7-B2 DM13 2331849M ZENER HZ12C3 (TA) SI 500MW
DK37 2331815M ZENER HZ7-B2 DN01 2344041M DIODE 1SS254TA/1SS270TA
DK39 2344041M DIODE 1SS254TA/1SS270TA DN02 2339802M ZENER DIODE HZS2B2 TAPE
DK45 2331815M ZENER HZ7-B2 DN03 2344041M DIODE 1SS254TA/1SS270TA
DK46 2331815M ZENER HZ7-B2 DN06 2344041M DIODE 1SS254TA/1SS270TA
DK47 2331815M ZENER HZ7-B2 DN07 2344041M DIODE 1SS254TA/1SS270TA
DK48 2331815M ZENER HZ7-B2 DN08 2344041M DIODE 1SS254TA/1SS270TA
DK49 2331815M ZENER HZ7-B2 DN09 2344041M DIODE 1SS254TA/1SS270TA
DK50 2331815M ZENER HZ7-B2 DN10 2344041M DIODE 1SS254TA/1SS270TA
DK51 2331815M ZENER HZ7-B2 DN11 2344041M DIODE 1SS254TA/1SS270TA
DK53 2331815M ZENER HZ7-B2 DN12 2331849M ZENER HZ12C3 (TA) SI 500MW
DK90 2344041M DIODE 1SS254TA/1SS270TA DN13 2344041M DIODE 1SS254TA/1SS270TA
DL01 2331815M ZENER HZ7-B2 DN14 2339827M ZENER HZS4C1 TA
DL02 2331815M ZENER HZ7-B2 DN15 2344041M DIODE 1SS254TA/1SS270TA
DL03 2331815M ZENER HZ7-B2 DP53 CH02001M DIODE 1SR139-400
DL04 2331815M ZENER HZ7-B2 DP54 CH02001M DIODE 1SR139-400
DL05 2331815M ZENER HZ7-B2 DX01 2331771M ZENER HZ-3A1 TAPE
DL06 2331815M ZENER HZ7-B2 DX02 2331771M ZENER HZ-3A1 TAPE
DL07 2331815M ZENER HZ7-B2 DX03 2344041M DIODE 1SS254TA/1SS270TA
DL08 2331815M ZENER HZ7-B2 DZ01 2344041M DIODE 1SS254TA/1SS270TA
DL10 2344041M DIODE 1SS254TA/1SS270TA DZ02 2344041M DIODE 1SS254TA/1SS270TA
DL11 2344041M DIODE 1SS254TA/1SS270TA
DL12 2344041M DIODE 1SS254TA/1SS270TA FUSES, PROTECTORS
DL13 2344041M DIODE 1SS254TA/1SS270TA ! E901 AZ00421M PROTECTOR 491010T52 10 AMP
DL14 2344041M DIODE 1SS254TA/1SS270TA ! E902 AZ00421M PROTECTOR 491010T52 10 AMP
DL15 2344041M DIODE 1SS254TA/1SS270TA ! E903 AZ00106M PROTECTOR CRXT491003 3 AMP
DL16 2344041M DIODE 1SS254TA/1SS270TA ! E904 AZ00108M PROTECTOR(CRXT491005) 5 AMP
DL17 2344041M DIODE 1SS254TA/1SS270TA ! E905 AZ00107M PROTECTOR CRXT491004 4 AMP
DL20 2331815M ZENER HZ7-B2 ! E906 AZ00101M PROTECTOR(CRXT491.500) 0.5 AMP
DL21 2331815M ZENER HZ7-B2 ! E907 AZ00106M PROTECTOR CRXT491003 3 AMP
DL22 2331815M ZENER HZ7-B2 ! E909 AZ00109M PROTECTOR CRXT491007 7 AMP
DL23 2331815M ZENER HZ7-B2 ! E911 AZ00109M PROTECTOR CRXT491007 7 AMP
DL24 2331815M ZENER HZ7-B2 ! F901 FN00374 FUSE 51MS 060 L 125V 6A
DL25 2331815M ZENER HZ7-B2 ! F902 FN00373 FUSE 51MS 050 L 125V 5A
DL26 2331815M ZENER HZ7-B2 ! F903 FN00373 FUSE 51MS 050 L 125V 5A
DL27 2331815M ZENER HZ7-B2
DL28 2331824M ZENER HZ9B1 TA SPARK GAPS
DL30 2331824M ZENER HZ9B1 TA ! G801 CJ00071R SPARK GAP 1.5KV
DL31 2331824M ZENER HZ9B1 TA ! G802 CJ00071R SPARK GAP 1.5KV
DL32 2331824M ZENER HZ9B1 TA ! G851 CJ00071R SPARK GAP 1.5KV
DL33 2331824M ZENER HZ9B1 TA ! G852 CJ00071R SPARK GAP 1.5KV
DL34 2331824M ZENER HZ9B1 TA ! G8A1 CJ00071R SPARK GAP 1.5KV
DL35 2331824M ZENER HZ9B1 TA ! G8A2 CJ00071R SPARK GAP 1.5KV
DL36 2331824M ZENER HZ9B1 TA ! GF01 CJ00072R SPARK GAP 2.5KV
DL37 2331824M ZENER HZ9B1 TA ! GF02 CJ00072R SPARK GAP 2.5KV
DM01 2344041M DIODE 1SS254TA/1SS270TA ! GF03 CJ00072R SPARK GAP 2.5KV
DM02 2344041M DIODE 1SS254TA/1SS270TA
DM03 2483392 LIGHT EMITTING DIODE (SLR-37) COMPOUND COMPONENTS
DM04 2331849M ZENER HZ12C3 (TA) SI 500MW EANT HP00771 ANTENNA SWITCH
DM05 2331849M ZENER HZ12C3 (TA) SI 500MW HM02 CZ00641 GP1U281Q REMOTE CONTROL RECEIVER
DM07 2331849M ZENER HZ12C3 (TA) SI 500MW HM03 CZ00641 GP1U281Q REMOTE CONTROL RECEIVER
DM08 2331849M ZENER HZ12C3 (TA) SI 500MW ! U301 HC00512 F/E ENGE6106DR MAIN TUNER
DM09 2331849M ZENER HZ12C3 (TA) SI 500MW ! U302 HC00463 F/E ENG36614GR PIP TUNER
DM10 2331849M ZENER HZ12C3 (TA) SI 500MW U303 CS00641 FLEX CONVERTER (HC5621T) PIP UNIT
DM11 2331849M ZENER HZ12C3 (TA) SI 500MW ! UFPK AZ00007 FOCUS PACK
DM12 2331815M ZENER HZ7-B2 UKDG CS00591

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SYMBOL PART PART SYMBOL PART PART


NO. NO. DESCRIPTION NO. NO. DESCRIPTION
L010 BH00697R FILTER COIL 100UH
INTEGRATED CIRCUITS L011 BH00697R FILTER COIL 100UH
I001 CK37371U M306V3MG-XXXFP L014 BH00697R FILTER COIL 100UH
I002 CK37051R ANALOG MONOLITHIC IC(BD4729G) L015 BH00697R FILTER COIL 100UH
I003 CK35894R IC CAT24WC32J1 L301 2123781R FILTER COIL 100UH(EL0607)
I005 CK31992R IC BU4053BCF L302 2123781R FILTER COIL 100UH(EL0607)
I007 CK09541R IC HD74HCT245T L303 2123781R FILTER COIL 100UH(EL0607)
I009 CK37411U IR BLASTER MASK S3C80F7 L304 2123781R FILTER COIL 100UH(EL0607)
I010 CK37184R MONO IC SI-3033LUS L305 2123781R FILTER COIL 100UH(EL0607)
I401 CP08191U ANALOG MONOLITHIC IC TA1360N L306 BH00697R FILTER COIL 100UH
I402 CK31992R IC BU4053BCF L307 2123781R FILTER COIL 100UH(EL0607)
I601 CP06891 IC TDA8174A L308 BH00697R FILTER COIL 100UH
I701 2362606 IC NJM4558D L401 BH00697R FILTER COIL 100UH
! I901 CP08101U MONO IC STR-X6456(LF1901) L402 BH00697R FILTER COIL 100UH
! I902 CZ01082 IC STR-F6628(LF1359)) L403 BH00697R FILTER COIL 100UH
! I903 CP07851 MONO IC TLP421 L404 BH00697R FILTER COIL 100UH
! I904 CP07851 MONO IC TLP421 L601 2125803N FILT.COIL(LHL08 27UH)
! I905 CP07851 MONO IC TLP421 L602 2125803N FILT.COIL(LHL08 27UH)
! I906 CP07851 MONO IC TLP421 L703 BH00228R COIL 332K-1T7608A
! I907 2381343 IC (SE115N) L704 BZ04612 HORIZONTAL LINEARITY COIL 13UH
I908 CP05141 ANALOG MONOLITHIC IC (PQ6RD083) L705 BZ04611 HORIZONTAL LINEARITY COIL 6UH
I909 CP06081 ANALOG MONOLITHIC IC (SI-3050N) L801 BH00679R COIL 4.7UH
I910 CP05163F IC SI-3090F L803 BH00685R COIL 12UH
I911 CP06543F IC REG.(SI-3090C) L804 BH00683R COIL 8.2UH(FLR50)
IA01 CK36481R IC NJW1138M L805 BH00671R COIL 1.0UH
IA02 CK35451R IC NJM2198M L806 BH00697R FILTER COIL 100UH
IA03 CP08091 ANALOG MONOLITHIC IC (TA8258H) L851 BH00677R COIL 3.3UH
IA04 CK37291R IC NJM2155M L853 BH00685R COIL 12UH
IA05 CK31992R IC BU4053BCF L854 BH00683R COIL 8.2UH(FLR50)
! IH01 CP07091 IC M62501P L855 BH00673R COIL 1.5UH
IJ01 CK35163R IC SII907BCQ52 L856 BH00697R FILTER COIL 100UH
IJ02 CP05273U IC M24C02-BN6 L8A1 BH00677R COIL 3.3UH
IJ04 CK37051R ANALOG MONOLITHIC IC(BD4729G) L8A3 BH00685R COIL 12UH
IJ07 CZ00671R ANALOG MONOLITHIC IC (BA033FP-E2) L8A4 BH00683R COIL 8.2UH(FLR50)
IJ0A CA01301R TRS.CHIP NDC7002N L8A5 BH00673R COIL 1.5UH
IK01 CP02411 ANALOG MONOLITHIC IC KIA7805PI L8A6 BH00697R FILTER COIL 100UH
IK02 CP05011R IC PST994D-T ! L901 BZ05201 LINE FILTER 4.7MH 4A
IK04 CZ00431 HYBRID IC (STK392-110) ! L903 BZ05191 LINE FILTER 1.5MH 4A
IK05 CZ00431 HYBRID IC (STK392-110) L904 BH01342M COIL FERRITE BEADS 2.3UH
IP51 CK37191R MONO IC SI-3018LSA-TL L906 BH01341M COIL FERRITE BEADS 0.8UH
IP52 CP08121R MONO IC SI-3002KWF L907 BH01341M COIL FERRITE BEADS 0.8UH
IP53 CP06081 ANALOG MONOLITHIC IC (SI-3050N) L908 BH01342M COIL FERRITE BEADS 2.3UH
IP81 CK37184R MONO IC SI-3033LUS L909 BH01342M COIL FERRITE BEADS 2.3UH
IV01 CK07631R DIGITAL MONOLITHIC IC (TC90A45F) L910 BH01341M COIL FERRITE BEADS 0.8UH
IW01 CK36951U 3D Y/C SEP IC UPD64083GF-3BA L911 BH01341M COIL FERRITE BEADS 0.8UH
IW02 CK06097R ANALOG MONOLITHIC IC(PST9127NR) L912 2125806N FILT.COIL(LHL08 47UH)
IX01 CK30941U IC CXA2069Q L913 2125803N FILT.COIL(LHL08 27UH)
IX02 CK34811U IC MM1519XQ L914 2125808N FILT.COIL(LHL08 68UH)
IZ01 CK36961R IC TA1340F L915 2125806N FILT.COIL(LHL08 47UH)
IZ02 CK36961R IC TA1340F L916 2125803N FILT.COIL(LHL08 27UH)
L917 2125808N FILT.COIL(LHL08 68UH)
COILS L918 2125808N FILT.COIL(LHL08 68UH)
L001 BH00697R FILTER COIL 100UH L919 2125811N FILT.COIL(LHL08 100UH)
L006 BH00697R FILTER COIL 100UH L920 BH01342M COIL FERRITE BEADS 2.3UH
L007 BH00697R FILTER COIL 100UH L921 2125797N FILT.COIL(LHL08 10UH)
L009 BH00697R FILTER COIL 100UH L922 2125797N FILT.COIL(LHL08 10UH)

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SYMBOL PART PART SYMBOL PART PART


NO. NO. DESCRIPTION NO. NO. DESCRIPTION
L923 2125797N FILT.COIL(LHL08 10UH) LZ03 BH00697R FILTER COIL 100UH
L924 2125803N FILT.COIL(LHL08 27UH) LZ04 2123107M LAL02 AXIAL COIL 22UH-K
LA02 BH00697R FILTER COIL 100UH LZ05 BH00697R FILTER COIL 100UH
LA03 BH00697R FILTER COIL 100UH
LA04 BH00697R FILTER COIL 100UH TRANSISTORS
LA06 BH01341M COIL FERRITE BEADS 0.8UH Q001 CA01271R TRS.CHIP 2SC5343S
LA07 BH01341M COIL FERRITE BEADS 0.8UH Q004 CA01271R TRS.CHIP 2SC5343S
LA08 BH00697R FILTER COIL 100UH Q005 CA01261R TRS.CHIP 2SA1980S
LE04 BH01341M COIL FERRITE BEADS 0.8UH Q006 CA01261R TRS.CHIP 2SA1980S
LE07 BH00697R FILTER COIL 100UH Q007 CA01271R TRS.CHIP 2SC5343S
LE54 BH01341M COIL FERRITE BEADS 0.8UH Q008 CA01261R TRS.CHIP 2SA1980S
LE57 BH00697R FILTER COIL 100UH Q010 CA01271R TRS.CHIP 2SC5343S
LEA4 BH01341M COIL FERRITE BEADS 0.8UH Q011 CA01271R TRS.CHIP 2SC5343S
LEA7 BH00697R FILTER COIL 100UH Q012 CA01271R TRS.CHIP 2SC5343S
LH03 BH01342M COIL FERRITE BEADS 2.3UH Q013 CA01271R TRS.CHIP 2SC5343S
LH04 BH01341M COIL FERRITE BEADS 0.8UH Q014 CA01261R TRS.CHIP 2SA1980S
! LH05 BH01342M COIL FERRITE BEADS 2.3UH Q015 CA01271R TRS.CHIP 2SC5343S
LH06 2125824N FILT.COIL(LHL08 1000UH) Q016 CA01261R TRS.CHIP 2SA1980S
LJ01 BM00289R FILTER BLM18BD471SN1D Q017 CA01271R TRS.CHIP 2SC5343S
LJ02 BM00289R FILTER BLM18BD471SN1D Q018 CA01271R TRS.CHIP 2SC5343S
LJ03 BM00289R FILTER BLM18BD471SN1D Q019 CA01271R TRS.CHIP 2SC5343S
LJ04 BM00289R FILTER BLM18BD471SN1D Q020 CA01261R TRS.CHIP 2SA1980S
LJ05 BM00289R FILTER BLM18BD471SN1D Q022 CA01271R TRS.CHIP 2SC5343S
LJ06 BM00289R FILTER BLM18BD471SN1D Q023 CA01271R TRS.CHIP 2SC5343S
LJ07 BM00289R FILTER BLM18BD471SN1D Q024 CA01271R TRS.CHIP 2SC5343S
LJ08 BM00289R FILTER BLM18BD471SN1D Q025 CA01271R TRS.CHIP 2SC5343S
LJ15 BH00684R COIL 10UH Q026 CA01271R TRS.CHIP 2SC5343S
LJ16 BH00697R FILTER COIL 100UH Q029 CA01271R TRS.CHIP 2SC5343S
LJ17 BH00697R FILTER COIL 100UH Q030 CA01261R TRS.CHIP 2SA1980S
LJ20 BM00289R FILTER BLM18BD471SN1D Q031 CF02771R TRS. KTA1270
LK07 BH01341M COIL FERRITE BEADS 0.8UH Q032 CF02771R TRS. KTA1270
LK08 BH01341M COIL FERRITE BEADS 0.8UH Q033 CA01271R TRS.CHIP 2SC5343S
LL01 2125811N FILT.COIL(LHL08 100UH) Q301 CA01271R TRS.CHIP 2SC5343S
LV01 BH00697R FILTER COIL 100UH Q302 CA01271R TRS.CHIP 2SC5343S
LV02 BH00697R FILTER COIL 100UH Q303 CA01271R TRS.CHIP 2SC5343S
LV03 BH00697R FILTER COIL 100UH Q304 CA01271R TRS.CHIP 2SC5343S
LV04 BH00697R FILTER COIL 100UH Q305 CF02781R TRS. KTC200YAT
LV05 BH00697R FILTER COIL 100UH Q306 CA01271R TRS.CHIP 2SC5343S
LV06 BH00686R COIL 15UH Q307 CA01271R TRS.CHIP 2SC5343S
LW01 BH00691R COIL 33UH Q308 CA01271R TRS.CHIP 2SC5343S
LW02 BH00691R COIL 33UH Q401 CA01261R TRS.CHIP 2SA1980S
LW03 BH00697R FILTER COIL 100UH Q402 CA01261R TRS.CHIP 2SA1980S
LW04 BH00697R FILTER COIL 100UH Q403 CA01261R TRS.CHIP 2SA1980S
LW05 BH00697R FILTER COIL 100UH Q404 CA01271R TRS.CHIP 2SC5343S
LW06 BH00697R FILTER COIL 100UH Q405 CA01271R TRS.CHIP 2SC5343S
LW07 BH00697R FILTER COIL 100UH Q406 CA01271R TRS.CHIP 2SC5343S
LW08 BH00697R FILTER COIL 100UH Q407 CA01271R TRS.CHIP 2SC5343S
LW09 BH00679R COIL 4.7UH Q408 CA01261R TRS.CHIP 2SA1980S
LW10 BH00697R FILTER COIL 100UH Q409 CA01271R TRS.CHIP 2SC5343S
LX01 BH00697R FILTER COIL 100UH Q410 CA01261R TRS.CHIP 2SA1980S
LX02 BH00697R FILTER COIL 100UH Q411 CA01271R TRS.CHIP 2SC5343S
LX03 BH00697R FILTER COIL 100UH Q412 CA01271R TRS.CHIP 2SC5343S
LX04 BH00697R FILTER COIL 100UH Q413 CA01271R TRS.CHIP 2SC5343S
LX05 BH00697R FILTER COIL 100UH Q414 CA01271R TRS.CHIP 2SC5343S
LZ01 BH00697R FILTER COIL 100UH Q415 CA01271R TRS.CHIP 2SC5343S
LZ02 BH00697R FILTER COIL 100UH Q417 CA01261R TRS.CHIP 2SA1980S

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receiver through improper servicing.

SYMBOL PART PART SYMBOL PART PART


NO. NO. DESCRIPTION NO. NO. DESCRIPTION
Q418 CA01261R TRS.CHIP 2SA1980S Q905 CF02281R TRS. 2SA821S
Q419 CA01261R TRS.CHIP 2SA1980S Q906 CF02771R TRS. KTA1270
Q420 CA01261R TRS.CHIP 2SA1980S Q907 2312171 TRS. 2SC3852
Q421 CA01261R TRS.CHIP 2SA1980S Q910 CF01421R TRS. KTC3198 (GR) TAPE
Q422 CA01261R TRS.CHIP 2SA1980S Q911 CF02771R TRS. KTA1270
Q426 CA01261R TRS.CHIP 2SA1980S Q912 CF01421R TRS. KTC3198 (GR) TAPE
Q428 CF02771R TRS. KTA1270 QA03 CA01261R TRS.CHIP 2SA1980S
Q429 CA01261R TRS.CHIP 2SA1980S QA04 CA01271R TRS.CHIP 2SC5343S
Q431 CF02771R TRS. KTA1270 QA05 CA01261R TRS.CHIP 2SA1980S
Q433 CF02771R TRS. KTA1270 QA06 CA01271R TRS.CHIP 2SC5343S
Q434 CA01261R TRS.CHIP 2SA1980S QA07 CA01271R TRS.CHIP 2SC5343S
Q438 CF02771R TRS. KTA1270 QA08 CA01271R TRS.CHIP 2SC5343S
Q439 CA01261R TRS.CHIP 2SA1980S QA09 CA00461R TRS.CHIP 2SD2114K 20V TAPE
Q440 CA01271R TRS.CHIP 2SC5343S QA10 CA00461R TRS.CHIP 2SD2114K 20V TAPE
Q441 CA01261R TRS.CHIP 2SA1980S QA11 CA01271R TRS.CHIP 2SC5343S
Q442 CA01271R TRS.CHIP 2SC5343S QA12 CA01271R TRS.CHIP 2SC5343S
Q443 CA01261R TRS.CHIP 2SA1980S QA13 CA01271R TRS.CHIP 2SC5343S
Q444 CA01271R TRS.CHIP 2SC5343S QA14 CA01271R TRS.CHIP 2SC5343S
Q445 CA01261R TRS.CHIP 2SA1980S QA15 CA01271R TRS.CHIP 2SC5343S
Q446 CA01271R TRS.CHIP 2SC5343S QA16 CA01271R TRS.CHIP 2SC5343S
Q447 CA01271R TRS.CHIP 2SC5343S QE01 CF01421R TRS. KTC3198 (GR) TAPE
Q448 CA01271R TRS.CHIP 2SC5343S QE02 CF01421R TRS. KTC3198 (GR) TAPE
Q450 CA01271R TRS.CHIP 2SC5343S QE03 CF02771R TRS. KTA1270
Q603 CF01421R TRS. KTC3198 (GR) TAPE QE06 2315381 TRS. 2SA1837
Q604 CF02771R TRS. KTA1270 QE07 2315391 TRS. 2SC4793
Q701 2328102 TRS.FN-521 QE08 2326821R TRANSISTOR 2SA1371 (E/F)
Q703 2324321M TRANSISTOR 2SC2610-05 QE09 CF01421R TRS. KTC3198 (GR) TAPE
Q706 CF01421R TRS. KTC3198 (GR) TAPE QE51 CF01421R TRS. KTC3198 (GR) TAPE
Q709 2326216 TRS. 2SC3116 (S/T) QE52 CF01421R TRS. KTC3198 (GR) TAPE
Q710 CF01421R TRS. KTC3198 (GR) TAPE QE53 CF02771R TRS. KTA1270
! Q777 CF02731F TRS. 2SC5681 QE56 2315381 TRS. 2SA1837
Q801 2327471F TRS.2SC3950 (HIT D/E) QE57 2315391 TRS. 2SC4793
Q802 CF01421R TRS. KTC3198 (GR) TAPE QEA1 CF01421R TRS. KTC3198 (GR) TAPE
Q803 2312372F TRS-2SC3942 QEA2 CF01421R TRS. KTC3198 (GR) TAPE
Q804 2312773F TRS-2SA1546(2)M/L QEA3 CF02771R TRS. KTA1270
Q805 2312372F TRS-2SC3942 QEA6 2315381 TRS. 2SA1837
Q812 2312372F TRS-2SC3942 QEA7 2315391 TRS. 2SC4793
Q851 2327471F TRS.2SC3950 (HIT D/E) QEA8 2326821R TRANSISTOR 2SA1371 (E/F)
Q852 CF01421R TRS. KTC3198 (GR) TAPE QF01 CF00821F TRS. 2SC4686A 1200V
Q853 2312372F TRS-2SC3942 ! QH01 CF01583F TRS. 2SK2771-01R-F168R
Q854 2312773F TRS-2SA1546(2)M/L QH02 CF02781R TRS. KTC200YAT
Q855 2312372F TRS-2SC3942 QH03 2326811R TRANSISTOR 2SC3468 (E/F)
Q862 2312372F TRS-2SC3942 QJ01 CA01261R TRS.CHIP 2SA1980S
Q8A1 2327471F TRS.2SC3950 (HIT D/E) QJ02 CA01261R TRS.CHIP 2SA1980S
Q8A2 CF01421R TRS. KTC3198 (GR) TAPE QJ03 CA01261R TRS.CHIP 2SA1980S
Q8A3 2312372F TRS-2SC3942 QJ06 CA01271R TRS.CHIP 2SC5343S
Q8A4 2312773F TRS-2SA1546(2)M/L QJ08 CA01271R TRS.CHIP 2SC5343S
Q8A5 2312372F TRS-2SC3942 QK01 2312171 TRS. 2SC3852
Q8A6 CF02771R TRS. KTA1270 QK02 CF02771R TRS. KTA1270
Q8A7 CF01421R TRS. KTC3198 (GR) TAPE QK03 CF02771R TRS. KTA1270
Q8C1 CF01421R TRS. KTC3198 (GR) TAPE QK06 CF01421R TRS. KTC3198 (GR) TAPE
Q8C2 2312372F TRS-2SC3942 QK07 CF01421R TRS. KTC3198 (GR) TAPE
Q901 CF02771R TRS. KTA1270 QK08 CF01421R TRS. KTC3198 (GR) TAPE
Q902 CF01421R TRS. KTC3198 (GR) TAPE QL10 CF02771R TRS. KTA1270
! Q903 CF01421R TRS. KTC3198 (GR) TAPE QL11 CF02771R TRS. KTA1270
Q904 CF02771R TRS. KTA1270 QL12 CF02771R TRS. KTA1270

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receiver through improper servicing.

SYMBOL PART PART SYMBOL PART PART


NO. NO. DESCRIPTION NO. NO. DESCRIPTION
QL13 CF02771R TRS. KTA1270 QX18 CA01271R TRS.CHIP 2SC5343S
QL14 CF02771R TRS. KTA1270 QX19 CA01261R TRS.CHIP 2SA1980S
QL15 CF02771R TRS. KTA1270 QX20 CA01261R TRS.CHIP 2SA1980S
QL16 CF02771R TRS. KTA1270 QX21 CA01261R TRS.CHIP 2SA1980S
QL17 CF02771R TRS. KTA1270 QX22 CA01261R TRS.CHIP 2SA1980S
QM02 2312992 PHOTO TRS. RPT-38PT3F (M) QX23 CA01261R TRS.CHIP 2SA1980S
QM03 CF01421R TRS. KTC3198 (GR) TAPE QX24 CA01261R TRS.CHIP 2SA1980S
QM04 CF01421R TRS. KTC3198 (GR) TAPE QX25 CA01261R TRS.CHIP 2SA1980S
QM06 CF01421R TRS. KTC3198 (GR) TAPE QX26 CA01261R TRS.CHIP 2SA1980S
QM07 CF01421R TRS. KTC3198 (GR) TAPE QX27 CA01261R TRS.CHIP 2SA1980S
QN01 CF01421R TRS. KTC3198 (GR) TAPE QX28 CA01261R TRS.CHIP 2SA1980S
QN02 CF02771R TRS. KTA1270 QX29 CA01261R TRS.CHIP 2SA1980S
QN03 CF01421R TRS. KTC3198 (GR) TAPE QX30 CA01271R TRS.CHIP 2SC5343S
QN04 CF01421R TRS. KTC3198 (GR) TAPE QX31 CA01271R TRS.CHIP 2SC5343S
QN05 CF01421R TRS. KTC3198 (GR) TAPE QX33 CA01271R TRS.CHIP 2SC5343S
QN06 CF01421R TRS. KTC3198 (GR) TAPE QX34 CA01261R TRS.CHIP 2SA1980S
QV01 CA01271R TRS.CHIP 2SC5343S QZ01 CA01261R TRS.CHIP 2SA1980S
QV02 CA01271R TRS.CHIP 2SC5343S QZ02 CA01261R TRS.CHIP 2SA1980S
QV03 CA01261R TRS.CHIP 2SA1980S QZ03 CA01261R TRS.CHIP 2SA1980S
QV04 CA01271R TRS.CHIP 2SC5343S QZ04 CA01271R TRS.CHIP 2SC5343S
QV05 CA01271R TRS.CHIP 2SC5343S QZ05 CA01271R TRS.CHIP 2SC5343S
QV06 CA01271R TRS.CHIP 2SC5343S QZ06 CA01271R TRS.CHIP 2SC5343S
QV07 CA01261R TRS.CHIP 2SA1980S QZ07 CA01271R TRS.CHIP 2SC5343S
QV08 CA01271R TRS.CHIP 2SC5343S QZ08 CA01261R TRS.CHIP 2SA1980S
QV09 CA01271R TRS.CHIP 2SC5343S QZ09 CA01261R TRS.CHIP 2SA1980S
QV10 CA01261R TRS.CHIP 2SA1980S QZ10 CA01261R TRS.CHIP 2SA1980S
QW01 CA01271R TRS.CHIP 2SC5343S QZ11 CA01261R TRS.CHIP 2SA1980S
QW02 CA01261R TRS.CHIP 2SA1980S QZ13 CA01271R TRS.CHIP 2SC5343S
QW03 CA01271R TRS.CHIP 2SC5343S QZ14 CA01271R TRS.CHIP 2SC5343S
QW04 CA01261R TRS.CHIP 2SA1980S QZ15 CA01271R TRS.CHIP 2SC5343S
QW05 CA01261R TRS.CHIP 2SA1980S QZ18 CA01271R TRS.CHIP 2SC5343S
QW06 CA01271R TRS.CHIP 2SC5343S
QW07 CA01261R TRS.CHIP 2SA1980S RESISTORS
QW08 CA01271R TRS.CHIP 2SC5343S R001 0790037R RES.CHIP 1/16W 1.0K OHM
QW09 CA01261R TRS.CHIP 2SA1980S R002 0790059R RES.CHIP 1/16W 47K OHM
QW10 CA01271R TRS.CHIP 2SC5343S R003 0790024R RES.CHIP 1/16W 100 OHM
QW11 CA01261R TRS.CHIP 2SA1980S R004 0790059R RES.CHIP 1/16W 47K OHM
QW12 CA01271R TRS.CHIP 2SC5343S R005 0790024R RES.CHIP 1/16W 100 OHM
QW13 CA01261R TRS.CHIP 2SA1980S R006 0790024R RES.CHIP 1/16W 100 OHM
QW14 CA01271R TRS.CHIP 2SC5343S R007 0790001R CHIP RESISTOR RECJUMPER-1-16C16T1608
QW15 CA01261R TRS.CHIP 2SA1980S R008 0790024R RES.CHIP 1/16W 100 OHM
QW16 CA01261R TRS.CHIP 2SA1980S R009 0790051R RES.CHIP 1/16W 10K OHM
QX01 CA01271R TRS.CHIP 2SC5343S R010 0790024R RES.CHIP 1/16W 100 OHM
QX02 CA01271R TRS.CHIP 2SC5343S R011 0790001R CHIP RESISTOR RECJUMPER-1-16C16T1608
QX03 CF02781R TRS. KTC200YAT R012 0790037R RES.CHIP 1/16W 1.0K OHM
QX04 CF02781R TRS. KTC200YAT R014 0790037R RES.CHIP 1/16W 1.0K OHM
QX05 CF02781R TRS. KTC200YAT R015 0790037R RES.CHIP 1/16W 1.0K OHM
QX09 CA01261R TRS.CHIP 2SA1980S R016 0790024R RES.CHIP 1/16W 100 OHM
QX10 CA01271R TRS.CHIP 2SC5343S R018 0790051R RES.CHIP 1/16W 10K OHM
QX11 CA01271R TRS.CHIP 2SC5343S R019 0790051R RES.CHIP 1/16W 10K OHM
QX12 CA01271R TRS.CHIP 2SC5343S R020 0790051R RES.CHIP 1/16W 10K OHM
QX13 CA01271R TRS.CHIP 2SC5343S R021 0790051R RES.CHIP 1/16W 10K OHM
QX14 CA01271R TRS.CHIP 2SC5343S R022 0790024R RES.CHIP 1/16W 100 OHM
QX15 CA01271R TRS.CHIP 2SC5343S R023 0790024R RES.CHIP 1/16W 100 OHM
QX16 CA01271R TRS.CHIP 2SC5343S R024 0790024R RES.CHIP 1/16W 100 OHM
QX17 CA01271R TRS.CHIP 2SC5343S R025 0790024R RES.CHIP 1/16W 100 OHM

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any of these components, read carefully, the PRODUCT SAFETY NOTICE of this Service Manual. Don’t degrade the safety of the
receiver through improper servicing.

SYMBOL PART PART SYMBOL PART PART


NO. NO. DESCRIPTION NO. NO. DESCRIPTION
R026 0790033R RES.CHIP 1/16W 470 OHM R092 0790077R RES.CHIP 1/16W 1.0M OHM
R027 0790033R RES.CHIP 1/16W 470 OHM R093 0790033R RES.CHIP 1/16W 470 OHM
R028 0790033R RES.CHIP 1/16W 470 OHM R094 0790077R RES.CHIP 1/16W 1.0M OHM
R029 0790037R RES.CHIP 1/16W 1.0K OHM R095 0790055R RES.CHIP 1/16W 22K OHM
R030 0790037R RES.CHIP 1/16W 1.0K OHM R096 0790064R RES.CHIP 1/16W 100K OHM
R031 0790037R RES.CHIP 1/16W 1.0K OHM R097 0790037R RES.CHIP 1/16W 1.0K OHM
R032 0790037R RES.CHIP 1/16W 1.0K OHM R098 0790046R RES.CHIP 1/16W 4.7K OHM
R037 0790051R RES.CHIP 1/16W 10K OHM R099 0790037R RES.CHIP 1/16W 1.0K OHM
R038 0790051R RES.CHIP 1/16W 10K OHM R100 0790037R RES.CHIP 1/16W 1.0K OHM
R039 0790037R RES.CHIP 1/16W 1.0K OHM R101 0790055R RES.CHIP 1/16W 22K OHM
R042 0790037R RES.CHIP 1/16W 1.0K OHM R102 0790051R RES.CHIP 1/16W 10K OHM
R043 0790037R RES.CHIP 1/16W 1.0K OHM R103 0790037R RES.CHIP 1/16W 1.0K OHM
R044 0790051R RES.CHIP 1/16W 10K OHM R104 0790001R CHIP RESISTOR RECJUMPER-1-16C16T1608
R045 0790037R RES.CHIP 1/16W 1.0K OHM R105 0790001R CHIP RESISTOR RECJUMPER-1-16C16T1608
R046 0790037R RES.CHIP 1/16W 1.0K OHM R106 0790024R RES.CHIP 1/16W 100 OHM
R047 0790037R RES.CHIP 1/16W 1.0K OHM R107 0790024R RES.CHIP 1/16W 100 OHM
R048 0790037R RES.CHIP 1/16W 1.0K OHM R108 0790044R RES.CHIP 1/16W 3.3K OHM
R049 0790024R RES.CHIP 1/16W 100 OHM R109 0790047R RES.CHIP 1/16W 5.6K OHM
R050 0790028R RES.CHIP 1/16W 220 OHM R110 0790059R RES.CHIP 1/16W 47K OHM
R051 0790024R RES.CHIP 1/16W 100 OHM R111 0790051R RES.CHIP 1/16W 10K OHM
R052 0790037R RES.CHIP 1/16W 1.0K OHM R112 0790001R CHIP RESISTOR RECJUMPER-1-16C16T1608
R053 0790024R RES.CHIP 1/16W 100 OHM R113 0790057R RES.CHIP 1/16W 33K OHM
R054 0790037R RES.CHIP 1/16W 1.0K OHM R114 0790051R RES.CHIP 1/16W 10K OHM
R055 0790047R RES.CHIP 1/16W 5.6K OHM R115 0790037R RES.CHIP 1/16W 1.0K OHM
R056 0790037R RES.CHIP 1/16W 1.0K OHM R116 0790044R RES.CHIP 1/16W 3.3K OHM
R057 0790037R RES.CHIP 1/16W 1.0K OHM R117 0790024R RES.CHIP 1/16W 100 OHM
R058 0790024R RES.CHIP 1/16W 100 OHM R118 0790059R RES.CHIP 1/16W 47K OHM
R060 0790028R RES.CHIP 1/16W 220 OHM R119 0790058R RES.CHIP 1/16W 39K OHM
R061 0790037R RES.CHIP 1/16W 1.0K OHM R120 0790059R RES.CHIP 1/16W 47K OHM
R062 0790051R RES.CHIP 1/16W 10K OHM R121 0790046R RES.CHIP 1/16W 4.7K OHM
R063 0790051R RES.CHIP 1/16W 10K OHM R122 0790024R RES.CHIP 1/16W 100 OHM
R064 0790037R RES.CHIP 1/16W 1.0K OHM R123 0790001R CHIP RESISTOR RECJUMPER-1-16C16T1608
R065 0790037R RES.CHIP 1/16W 1.0K OHM R128 0790051R RES.CHIP 1/16W 10K OHM
R066 0790024R RES.CHIP 1/16W 100 OHM R129 0790042R RES.CHIP 1/16W 2.2K OHM
R067 0790037R RES.CHIP 1/16W 1.0K OHM R130 0790042R RES.CHIP 1/16W 2.2K OHM
R068 0790059R RES.CHIP 1/16W 47K OHM R131 0790042R RES.CHIP 1/16W 2.2K OHM
R069 0790037R RES.CHIP 1/16W 1.0K OHM R132 0790059R RES.CHIP 1/16W 47K OHM
R070 0790051R RES.CHIP 1/16W 10K OHM R133 0790051R RES.CHIP 1/16W 10K OHM
R071 0790037R RES.CHIP 1/16W 1.0K OHM R134 0790059R RES.CHIP 1/16W 47K OHM
R072 0790028R RES.CHIP 1/16W 220 OHM R135 0790058R RES.CHIP 1/16W 39K OHM
R073 0790024R RES.CHIP 1/16W 100 OHM R136 0790059R RES.CHIP 1/16W 47K OHM
R074 0790051R RES.CHIP 1/16W 10K OHM R137 0790046R RES.CHIP 1/16W 4.7K OHM
R075 0790024R RES.CHIP 1/16W 100 OHM R138 0790024R RES.CHIP 1/16W 100 OHM
R076 0790051R RES.CHIP 1/16W 10K OHM R139 0790037R RES.CHIP 1/16W 1.0K OHM
R077 0790037R RES.CHIP 1/16W 1.0K OHM R140 0790024R RES.CHIP 1/16W 100 OHM
R078 0790037R RES.CHIP 1/16W 1.0K OHM R141 0790051R RES.CHIP 1/16W 10K OHM
R079 0790037R RES.CHIP 1/16W 1.0K OHM R142 0790037R RES.CHIP 1/16W 1.0K OHM
R080 0790037R RES.CHIP 1/16W 1.0K OHM R143 0790042R RES.CHIP 1/16W 2.2K OHM
R083 0790024R RES.CHIP 1/16W 100 OHM R144 0790024R RES.CHIP 1/16W 100 OHM
R085 0790037R RES.CHIP 1/16W 1.0K OHM R145 0790051R RES.CHIP 1/16W 10K OHM
R086 0790024R RES.CHIP 1/16W 100 OHM R146 0790037R RES.CHIP 1/16W 1.0K OHM
R087 0790024R RES.CHIP 1/16W 100 OHM R147 0790042R RES.CHIP 1/16W 2.2K OHM
R088 0790047R RES.CHIP 1/16W 5.6K OHM R148 0790024R RES.CHIP 1/16W 100 OHM
R089 0790038R RES.CHIP 1/16W 1.2K OHM R149 0790024R RES.CHIP 1/16W 100 OHM
R090 0790037R RES.CHIP 1/16W 1.0K OHM R150 0790024R RES.CHIP 1/16W 100 OHM
R091 0790033R RES.CHIP 1/16W 470 OHM R151 0790024R RES.CHIP 1/16W 100 OHM

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any of these components, read carefully, the PRODUCT SAFETY NOTICE of this Service Manual. Don’t degrade the safety of the
receiver through improper servicing.

SYMBOL PART PART SYMBOL PART PART


NO. NO. DESCRIPTION NO. NO. DESCRIPTION
R152 0790024R RES.CHIP 1/16W 100 OHM R225 0790031R RES.CHIP 1/16W 330 OHM
R153 0790024R RES.CHIP 1/16W 100 OHM R227 0790001R CHIP RESISTOR RECJUMPER-1-16C16T1608
R154 0790051R RES.CHIP 1/16W 10K OHM R228 0790001R CHIP RESISTOR RECJUMPER-1-16C16T1608
R155 0790059R RES.CHIP 1/16W 47K OHM R229 0790001R CHIP RESISTOR RECJUMPER-1-16C16T1608
R156 0790051R RES.CHIP 1/16W 10K OHM R230 0790001R CHIP RESISTOR RECJUMPER-1-16C16T1608
R157 0790051R RES.CHIP 1/16W 10K OHM R231 0790001R CHIP RESISTOR RECJUMPER-1-16C16T1608
R158 0790059R RES.CHIP 1/16W 47K OHM R232 0790001R CHIP RESISTOR RECJUMPER-1-16C16T1608
R159 07900