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FILE NO.

810-200653GR

SERVICE MANUAL

COLOR TELEVISION/ DVD VIDEO PLAYER

MD24F52

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

DOCUMENT CREATED IN JAPAN, April, 2006 GREEN

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GREEN PRODUCT PROCUREMENT

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

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LEAD-FREE SOLDER

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

WARNING
This product is manufactured using lead free solder.

DO NOT USE LEAD BASED SOLDER TO REPAIR THIS PRODUCT !


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

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CAUTION
THIS DIGITAL VIDEO PLAYER EMPLOYS A LASER SYSTEM. TO ENSURE PROPER USE OF THIS PRODUCT, PLEASE READ THIS SERVICE MANUAL CAREFULLY AND RETAIN FOR FUTURE REFERENCE. SHOULD THE UNIT REQUIRE MAINTENANCE, CONTACT AN AUTHORIZED SERVICE LOCATION-SEE SERVICE PROCEDURE. USE OF CONTROLS, ADJUSTMENTS OR THE PERFORMANCE OF PROCEDURES OTHER THAN THOSE SPECIFIED HEREIN MAY RESULT IN HAZARDOUS RADIATION EXPOSURE. TO PREVENT DIRECT EXPOSURE TO LASER BEAM, DO NOT TRY TO OPEN THE ENCLOSURE. VISIBLE LASER RADIATION MAY BE PRESENT WHEN THE ENCLOSURE IS OPENED. DO NOT STARE INTO BEAM. Location of the required Marking The rating sheet and the safety caution are on the rear of the unit.

CERTIFICATION: COMPLIES WITH FDA RADIATION PERFORMANCE STANDARDS, 21 CFR SUBCHAPTER J.

PREPARATION OF SERVICING

The laser diode used for a pickup head may be destroyed with external static electricity. Moreover, even if it is operating normally after repair, when static electricity discharge is received at the time of repair, the life of the product may be shortened. Please perform the following measure against static electricity, be careful of destruction of a laser diode at the time of repair. Place the unit on a workstation equipped to protect against static electricity, such as conductive mat. Soldering iron with ground wire or ceramic type is used. A worker needs to use a ground conductive wrist strap for body.

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SERVICING NOTICES ON CHECKING


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

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

2. AVOID AN ELECTRIC SHOCK


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

3. USE THE DESIGNATED PARTS


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

7. PERFORM A SAFETY CHECK AFTER SERVICING


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

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

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


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

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

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

External exposure metal: Antenna terminal

HOW TO ORDER PARTS


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

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IMPORTANT SAFEGUARDS
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. READ INSTRUCTIONS All the safety and operating instructions should be read before the unit is operated. RETAIN INSTRUCTIONS The safety and operating instructions should be retained for future reference. HEED WARNINGS All warnings on the unit and in the operating instructions should be adhered to. FOLLOW INSTRUCTIONS All operating and use instructions should be followed. CLEANING Unplug this unit from the wall outlet before cleaning. Do not use liquid cleaners or aerosol cleaners. Use a damp cloth for cleaning. ATTACHMENTS Do not use attachments not recommended by the units manufacturer as they may cause hazards. WATER AND MOISTURE Do not use this unit near water. For example, near a bathtub, washbowl, kitchen sink, or laundry tub, in a wet basement, or near a swimming pool. PORTABLE CART WARNING ACCESSORIES (symbol provided by RETAC) Do not place this unit on an unstable cart, stand, tripod, bracket, or table. The unit may fall, causing serious injury, and serious damage to the unit. Use only with a cart, stand, tripod, bracket, or table recommended by the manufacturer. An appliance and cart combination should be moved with care. Quick stops, excessive force, and uneven surfaces may cause the appliance and cart combination to overturn. S3126A VENTILATION Slots and openings in the cabinet and in the back or bottom are provided for ventilation, to ensure reliable operation of the unit, and to protect it from overheating. These openings must not be blocked or covered. The openings should never be blocked by placing the unit on a bed, sofa, rug, or other similar surface. This unit should never be placed near or over a radiator or heat source. This unit should not be placed in a built-in installation such as a bookcase or rack unless proper ventilation is provided or the manufacturers instructions have been adhered to. POWER SOURCES This unit should be operated only from the type of power source indicated on the rating plate. If you are not sure of the type of power supply to your home, consult your appliance dealer or local power company. For units intended to operate from battery power, or other sources, refer to the operating instructions. GROUNDING OR POLARIZATION This unit is equipped with a polarized alternating-current line plug (a plug having one blade wider than the other). This plug will fit into the power outlet only one way. This is a safety feature. If you are unable to insert the plug fully into the outlet, try reversing the plug. If the plug should still fail to fit, contact your electrician to replace your obsolete outlet. Do not defeat the safety purpose of the polarized plug. If your unit is equipped with a 3-wire grounding-type plug, a plug having a third (grounding) pin, this plug will only fit into a grounding-type power outlet. This too, is a safety feature. If you are unable to insert the plug into the outlet, contact your electrician to replace your obsolete outlet. Do not defeat the safety purpose of the grounding-type plug. POWER-CORD PROTECTION Power-supply cords should be routed so that they are not likely to be walked on or pinched by items placed upon or against them, paying particular attention to cords at plugs, convenience receptacles, and the point where they exit from the appliance. LIGHTNING To protect your unit from a lightning storm, or when it is left unattended and unused for long periods of time, unplug it from the wall outlet and disconnect the antenna or cable system. This will prevent damage to the unit due to lightning and power line surges. POWER LINES An outside antenna system should not be located in the vicinity of overhead power lines or other electric light or power circuits, or where it can fall into such power lines or circuits. When installing an outside antenna system, extreme care should be taken to keep from touching such power lines or circuits, as contact with them might be fatal. OVERLOADING Do not overload wall outlets and extension cords, as this can result in a risk of fire or electric shock. OBJECT AND LIQUID ENTRY Do not push objects through any openings in this unit, as they may touch dangerous voltage points or short out parts that could result in fire or electric shock. Never spill or spray any type of liquid into the unit. A1-4

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17. OUTDOOR ANTENNA GROUNDING If an outside antenna or cable system is connected to the unit, be sure the antenna or cable system is grounded so as to provide some protection against voltage surges and built-up static charges. Section 810 of the National Electrical Code, ANSI/NFPA 70, provides information with respect to proper grounding of the mast and supporting structure, grounding of the lead-in wire to an antenna discharge unit, size of grounding conductors, location of antenna discharge unit, connection to grounding electrodes, and requirements for the grounding electrode. 18. SERVICING Do not attempt to service this unit yourself as opening or removing covers may expose you to dangerous voltage or other hazards. Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel. 19. DAMAGE REQUIRING SERVICE Unplug this unit from the wall outlet and refer servicing to qualified service personnel under the following conditions: a. When the power-supply cord or plug is damaged. b. If liquid has been spilled, or objects have fallen into the unit. c. If the unit has been exposed to rain or water. d. If the unit does not operate normally by following the operating instructions. Adjust only those controls that are covered by the operating instructions, as an improper adjustment of other controls may result in damage and will often require extensive work by a qualified technician to restore the unit to its normal operation. e. If the unit has been dropped or the cabinet has been damaged. f. When the unit exhibits a distinct change in performance, this indicates a need for service. 20. REPLACEMENT PARTS When replacement parts are required, be sure the service technician uses replacement parts specified by the manufacturer or those that have the same characteristics as the original parts. Unauthorized substitutions may result in fire, electric shock or other hazards. 21. SAFETY CHECK Upon completion of any service or repairs to this unit, ask the service technician to perform safety checks to determine that the unit is in proper operating condition. 22. WALL OR CEILING MOUNTING The product should be mounted to a wall or ceiling only as recommended by the manufacturer. 23. HEAT The product should be situated away from heat sources such as radiators, heat registers, stoves, or other products (including amplifiers) that produce heat. 24. DISC TRAY Keep your fingers well clear of the disc tray as it is closing. It may cause serious personal injury. 25. CONNECTING When you connect the product to other equipment, turn off the power and unplug all of the equipment from the wall outlet. Failure to do so may cause an electric shock and serious personal injury. Read the owner's manual of the other equipment carefully and follow the instructions when making any connections. 26. SOUND VOLUME Reduce the volume to the minimum level before you turn on the product. Otherwise, sudden high volume sound may cause hearing or speaker damage. 27. SOUND DISTORTION Do not allow the product output distorted sound for a longtime. It may cause speaker overheating and fire. 28. HEADPHONES When you use the headphones, keep the volume at a moderate level. If you use the headphones continuously with high volume sound, it may cause hearing damage. 29. LASER BEAM Do not look into the opening of the disc tray or ventilation opening of the product to see the source of the laser beam. It may cause sight damage. 30. DISC Do not use a cracked, deformed, or repaired disc. These discs are easily broken and may cause serious personal injury and product malfunction. 31. NOTE TO CATV SYSTEM INSTALLER This reminder is provided to call the CATV system installers attention to Article 820-40 of the NEC that provides guidelines for proper grounding and, in particular, specifies that the cable ground shall be connected to the grounding system of the building, as close to the point of cable entry as practical.

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IMPORTANT SAFEGUARDS

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EXAMPLE OF ANTENNA GROUNDING AS PER THE NATIONAL ELECTRICAL CODE

ANTENNA LEAD IN WIRE

GROUND CLAMP ANTENNA DISCHARGE UNIT (NEC SECTION 810-20) ELECTRIC SERVICE EQUIPMENT

GROUNDING CONDUCTORS (NEC SECTION 810-21) GROUND CLAMPS POWER SERVICE GROUNDING ELECTRODE SYSTEM (NEC ART 250, PART H)

NEC-NATIONAL ELECTRICAL CODE S2898A

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WHEN REPLACING DVD DECK


[ When removing the DVD Deck ] Before removing Pick Up PCB and DVD MT PCB connector, the short circuit the position shown in Fig. 1 using a soldering iron. If you remove the DVD Deck with no soldering, the Laser may be damaged.

[ When installing the DVD Deck ] Remove all the soldering on the short circuit position after the connection of Pick Up PCB and DVD MT PCB connector. NOTE Before your operation, please read PREPARATION OF SERVICING. Use the Lead Free solder. Manual soldering conditions Soldering temperature: 350 5C Soldering time: Within 2 seconds Soldering combination: Sn-3.0Ag-0.5Cu When Soldering/Removing of solder, use the draw in equipment over the Pick Up Unit to keep the Flux smoke away from it.
Pick Up PCB

Short circuit using a soldering iron.

Fig. 1

DISC REMOVAL METHOD AT NO POWER SUPPLY


1. Remove the Back Cabinet and AV PCB/DVD Block. (Refer to item 1 of the DISASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS.) 2. Rotate the Main Gear in the direction of the arrow by hand. (Refer to Fig. 1) 3. Manually open the Tray.
Main Gear Deck CD

Fig. 1

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PARENTAL CONTROL - RATING LEVEL


4 DIGIT PASSWORD CANCELLATION
If the stored 4 digit password in the Rating Level menu needs to be cancelled, please follow the steps below. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. Turn Unit ON. Set the DVD Mode. Confirm that the 'No Disc' will be appeared on the screen. Press and hold the '7' key on the remote control unit. Simultaneously press and hold the 'STOP' key on the front panel. Hold both keys for more than 3 seconds. The On Screen Display message 'PASSWORD CLEAR' will appear. The 4 digit password has now been cleared

TRAY LOCK
Tray cannot be opened by setting the Tray Lock, please follow the steps below. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Turn Unit ON. Set the DVD to the Stop Mode. Press it in order of 'SETUP', 'SUBTITLE', '3', 'AUDIO SELECT' and '0' key of a remote control unit. The On Screen Display message ' ' will appear. The Tray Lock has now been set up.

To unlock the Tray Lock, please follow the steps below. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Turn Unit ON. Set the DVD to the Stop Mode. Press it in order of 'SETUP', 'SUBTITLE', '3', 'AUDIO SELECT' and '0' key of a remote control unit. The On Screen Display message ' ' will appear. The Tray Lock has now been cleared.

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TABLE OF CONTENTS
GREEN PRODUCT PROCUREMENT ....................................................................................... LEAD-FREE SOLDER ................................................................................................................ CAUTION .................................................................................................................................... SERVICING NOTICES ON CHECKING ..................................................................................... HOW TO ORDER PARTS .......................................................................................................... IMPORTANT SAFEGUARDS ..................................................................................................... WHEN REPLACING DVD DECK ............................................................................................... DISC REMOVAL METHOD AT NO POWER SUPPLY ............................................................. PARENTAL CONTROL-RATING LEVEL .................................................................................. TRAY LOCK ................................................................................................................................ TABLE OF CONTENTS .............................................................................................................. GENERAL SPECIFICATIONS ................................................................................................... DISASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS 1. REMOVAL OF MECHANICAL PARTS AND P. C. BOARDS ............................................ 2. REMOVAL OF DVD DECK PARTS ................................................................................... 3. REMOVAL OF ANODE CAP .............................................................................................. 4. REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION OF FLAT PACKAGE IC ............................................... SERVICE MODE LIST ................................................................................................................ WHEN REPLACING EEPROM (MEMORY) IC .......................................................................... ELECTRICAL ADJUSTMENTS .................................................................................................. BLOCK DIAGRAMS DVD .......................................................................................................................................... TV ............................................................................................................................................ POWER .................................................................................................................................. PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARDS DVD MT ................................................................................................................................... AV/CRT .................................................................................................................................... LOADING MOTOR/SW ........................................................................................................... SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS MPEG/MICON/DSP ................................................................................................................. MEMORY ................................................................................................................................. MOTOR DRIVE ....................................................................................................................... AUDIO/VIDEO ......................................................................................................................... REGULATOR 1 ....................................................................................................................... MICON/TUNER ....................................................................................................................... CHROMA/IF ............................................................................................................................. DIGITAL COMB FILTER ......................................................................................................... SOUND AMP ........................................................................................................................... IN/OUT ..................................................................................................................................... STEREO .................................................................................................................................. DEFLECTION .......................................................................................................................... CRT .......................................................................................................................................... POWER ................................................................................................................................... LOADING MOTOR/SW ........................................................................................................... INTERCONNECTION DIAGRAM ............................................................................................... WAVEFORMS ............................................................................................................................. MECHANICAL EXPLODED VIEWS ........................................................................................... DVD DECK EXPLODED VIEW ................................................................................................... A1-1 A1-1 A1-2 A1-3 A1-3 A1-4~A1-6 A1-7 A1-7 A1-8 A1-8 A2-1 A3-1~A3-6 B1-1, B1-2 B2-1~B2-4 B3-1 B4-1, B4-2 C-1 C-1, C-2 D-1~D-7 E-1, E-2 E-3, E-4 E-5, E-6 F-1, F-2 F-3~F-6 F-7, F-8 G-1, G-2 G-3, G-4 G-5, G-6 G-7, G-8 G-9, G-10 G-11, G-12 G-13, G-14 G-15, G-16 G-17, G-18 G-19, G-20

G-21, G-22 G-23, G-24 G-25, G-26 G-27, G-28 G-29, G-30 G-31, G-32 H-1~H-3 I1-1~I1-3 I2-1 MECHANICAL REPLACEMENT PARTS LIST ......................................................................... J1-1 DVD DECK REPLACEMENT PARTS LIST ............................................................................... J2-1 ELECTRICAL REPLACEMENT PARTS LIST ........................................................................... J3-1~J3-5

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GENERAL SPECIFICATIONS
G-1 TV System CRT CRT Size / Visual Size CRT Type Magnetic Field BV/BH 24 inch / 600mmV Flat +0.45G / 0.18G NTSC 2 Speaker Front 1.8 x 3.9 inch 8 ohm 2.5W + 2.5W __ NTSC DVD, CD-DA, CD-R/RW, Video CD DVD-R/RW (Video Format Only) 120 mm , 80 mm DM3SA 4 step 2-120 times(DVD, VIDEO CD) 4-40 times (CD) 4 step 2-120 times(DVD, VIDEO CD) 4-40 times (CD) Fwd 1/7 - 1/2 times -Rev --US System M 1Tuner US(w/CABLE) 2~69, 4A, A-5~A-1, A~I, J~W, W+1~W+84 45.75MHz 41.25MHz 4.50MHz No US-Stereo Yes 1 V p-p/75 ohm ------8.0dBm/50k ohm -0.5 V p-p/75 ohm ------120V, 60Hz -135W at 120V 60Hz -4W at 120V 60Hz -- kWh/Year Yes Yes No No

Color System Speaker Position Size Impedance Max 10%(Typical)

Sound Output G-2 DVD System Color System Disc Disc Diameter Drive Search speed

Fwd Actual Rev Actual

Slow speed Actual Actual G-3 Tuning System Broadcasting System Tuner and Receive CH Intermediate Frequency Preset CH Stereo/Dual TV Sound Tuner Sound Muting Video Signal System Destination CH Coverage Picture(FP) Sound(FS) FP-FS

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Signal

Input Level Output Level S/N Ratio (Weighted) Horizontal Resolution at DVD Mode Output Level Input Level Output Level Digital Output Level S/N Ratio at DVD (Weighted) Harmonic Distortion Frequency Response : at DVD at Video CD at SVCD at CD AC DC at AC at DC Stand by (at AC) Per Year Power Fuse Safety Circuit IC Protector(Micro Fuse) Dew Sensor

RGB Signal Audio Signal

G-5

Power

Power Source Power Consumption

Protector

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GENERAL SPECIFICATIONS
G-6 Regulation Safety Radiation X-Radiation Laser Operation Storage UL FCC DHHS DHHS +5oC ~ +40oC -20oC ~ +60oC Less than 80% RH Yes Icon Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No Yes Yes

G-7 G-8 G-9

Temperature Operating Humidity On Screen Menu(TV) Display

Menu Type TV Setup Picture Audio Picture Preference Channel Setup TV/CABLE Auto CH Memory Add/ Delete V-chip Setup Language

Sleep Timer CH / AV(LINE) / DVD Stereo/Audio Output Bilingual SAP Control Level Volume Brightness / Contrast / Sharpness / Color Tint Bass/Treble/Balance

Caption / Text Auto Search/Position Game Mute

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GENERAL SPECIFICATIONS
G-10 On Screen Display Menu (DVD) Menu Type Language Menu Subtitle Audio OSD Language(Set up Language) Video E.B.L. (Enhanced Black Level) TV Screen Size(4:3) OSD Display On/Off Picture Mode (Video/Film/Auto) JPEG Interval Screen Saver Audio DRC (Dynamic Range Control) Dialogue (On DRC[TV] / Off DRC[Std]) Surround System Disc/Card Slot Password Lock/ Un Lock Parental Select Files HDMI (480p/1080i/720p) Output Open Close No disc Reading Play Still/Pause Stop Prohibit Mark PBC Step Skip(>>|) Skip(|<<) Random Repeat Slow+ SlowSearch+ SearchJump Resume Title No. Chapter No. Track No. Time Sub Title No. Angle No. Vocal On/Off Audio No. Audio Stereo L/R Zoom Marker No. Program Play Back Surround On/Off Screen Saver MP3, WMA, JPEG Yes Icon Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No Yes Yes Yes Yes No Yes Yes No No Yes No Yes Yes Yes No No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes (CD, VIDEO CD, JPEG, MP3, WMA) Yes Yes No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No Yes Yes (Video CD) Yes Yes Yes (CD, VIDEO CD, JPEG, MP3, WMA ) No No Yes Yes Yes Yes (MP3, WMA Only) Yes English, French, Spanish English, French, Spanish 120 Min 10 Min No No -Min Sec

Folder Name File Name File No Time Track No

G-11 G-12

OSD Language Clock and Timer

(TV) (DVD) Sleep Timer

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

Max Time Step Program(On Timer / Off Timer) more than

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GENERAL SPECIFICATIONS
G-13 Remote Control Unit Glow in Dark Remocon Remocon Format Format Custom Code Power Source Total Keys Keys RC-MG No TOSHIBA TOSHIBA 40-BF H, 44-BB H, 45-BA H, 45-BC H 3V UM-4 x 2 pcs 47 Key Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes

Voltage(D.C) UM size x pcs Power 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 0 Play Stop Search+ SearchClosed Caption/Skip+ Quick View(CH RTN)/SkipSlow+ SlowPause/Still/Step DISPLAY TV/DVD Cancel Audio Select Angle Subtitle Top Menu Menu DVD Menu Return CH Up CH Down Vol Down Vol Up Up/ Set+ Down/ SetLeft/SelectRight/Select+ Enter Play Mode Input Select/Zoom Repeat A-B Mute Open/Close Sleep Marker Jump Game

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GENERAL SPECIFICATIONS
G-14 Features (TV) CABLE Auto Shut Off Auto Setup Auto CH Memory V-Chip Auto Search SAP Game Position FM Transmitter Energy Star Closed Caption Comb Filter (2lines) Protect of FBT Leak Circuit Picture Preference Choke Coil Power On Memory Tray Lock Video CD Playback SVCD Playback MP3 Playback WMA Playback JPEG Playback Digital Out Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No No Yes Yes No No Yes Yes Yes Yes No No Yes Yes No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No No No No 192kHz / 24bit English Yes Yes Yes UM-4 x 2 pcs No No No -No -No Yes No No Yes No No No No No Yes No

USA V-chip CANADA V-chip

Features (DVD)

Down Mix Out 3D Surround Screen Saver Closed Caption Audio DAC Owner's Manual Remote Control Unit Battery

(Dolby Digital) (MPEG) (PCM) (DTS) (Dolby Digital) (DTS)

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Accessories

Language w/Guarantee Card

UM size x pcs OEM Brand Rod Antenna Poles Terminal Loop Antenna Terminal U/V Mixer 300 ohm to 75 ohm Antenna Adapter Antenna Change Plug Guarantee Card Registration Card Warranty Card ESP Card Service Station List DC Car Cord (Center+) Columbia Offer Sheet Information Sheet (Return) Netflix Card

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GENERAL SPECIFICATIONS
G-16 Interface Switch Front Power (Tact) Channel Up Channel Down Volume Up Volume Down Play Open/Close Skip+ /Search+ Skip- /SearchStill/Pause Stop Main Power SW Main Power SW Power Stand-by On Timer Video Input Audio Input Other Terminal Video Input Audio Input Video Output Audio Output Digital Audio Output Diversity DC Jack 12V(Center +) VHF/UHF Antenna Input Approx. W x D x H (mm) Net (Approx.) Gross (Approx.) Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No Yes No No Yes (Red) No No RCA x 1 RCA x 2(L/MONO, R) Head Phone RCA x 1 RCA x 2(L/MONO, R) No No Coaxial (DVD Only) No No F Type 655x472.5x560 33.0kg 37.0kg No --- Sets --- / ------Double/Brown No 766 x 590 x 683 Yes 1 Corner / 2 Edges / 4 Surfaces 60 (ORION SPEC:31) 180 Sets PS 94V0 DECABROM PS 94V0 DECABROM No Yes Green procurement of TOSHIBA Phase3(Phase3A) Yes

Rear Indicator

Terminals

Front

Rear

G-17 G-18 G-19

Set Size Weight Carton Master Carton

G-20

Material

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Environment

Content Material Dimensions W x D x H(mm) Description of Origin Gift Box Material W/Color Photo Label Dimensions W x D x H(mm) Description of Origin Drop Test Natural Dropping At Height (cm) Container Stuffing (40' container) Cabinet Front Rear Jack Panel PCB Non-Halogen Demand Eyelet Demand Environmental standard requirement Pb-free Measures for Whisker

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DISASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS
1. REMOVAL OF MECHANICAL PARTS AND P.C. BOARDS
1-1: BACK CABINET (Refer to Fig. 1-1) 1. Remove the 6 screws 1. 2. Remove the 2 screws 2 which are used for holding the Back Cabinet. 3. Remove the Back Cabinet in the direction of arrow.
Front Cabinet

1-3: AV PCB/DVD BLOCK (Refer to Fig. 1-3) Unlock the support 1. Remove the Plate Bottom Holder. Remove the screw 2. Disconnect the following connectors: (CP303, CP404 and CP3800). 5. Remove the AV PCB/DVD Block in the direction of arrow. 1. 2. 3. 4.
Front Cabinet Plate Bottom Holder

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CP3800

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CP303 AV PCB/DVD Block

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Back Cabinet

Fig. 1-3 1-4: DVD BLOCK (Refer to Fig. 1-4) 1. Disconnect the following connectors: (CP8001 and CP8002). 2. Remove the 4 screws 1. 3. Remove the DVD Block in the direction of arrow.
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DVD Block

Fig. 1-1

1-2: CRT PCB (Refer to Fig. 1-2) CAUTION: BEFORE REMOVING THE ANODE CAP, DISCHARGE ELECTRICITY BECAUSE IT CONTAINS HIGH VOLTAGE. BEFORE ATTEMPTING TO REMOVE OR REPAIR ANY PCB, UNPLUG THE POWER CORD FROM THE AC SOURCE. 1. Remove the Anode Cap. (Refer to REMOVAL OF ANODE CAP) 2. Disconnect the following connector: (CP801). 3. Remove the CRT PCB in the direction of arrow.

CP8002 Front Cabinet CP8001

CP801

CRT PCB

AV PCB

Fig. 1-4

Fig. 1-2

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DISASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS
1-5: DVD MT PCB/DVD DECK (Refer to Fig. 1-5) 1. Short circuit the position shown in Fig. 1-5 using a soldering iron. If you remove the DVD Deck with no soldering, the Laser may be damaged. 2. Remove the 4 screws 1. 3. Remove the DVD Top in the direction of arrow (A). 4. Disconnect the following connectors: (CP2301, CP2302 and CP2303). 5. Remove the 2 screws 2. 6. Remove the DVD MT PCB in the direction of arrow (B). 7. Remove the 4 screws 3. 8. Remove the DVD Deck in the direction of arrow (C).
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DVD Top

1-6: AV PCB (Refer to Fig. 1-6) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Remove the screw 1. Remove the 2 screws 2. Remove the 4 screws 3. Remove the Jack Shield. Remove the AV PCB in the direction of arrow.
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AV PCB

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Jack Shield

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Bottom Plate

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DVD MT PCB CP2301 CP2302 CP2303 (B) Pick Up PCB

Fig. 1-6

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DVD Deck

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Short circuit using a soldering iron.

(C)

Deck Angle

Fig. 1-5 NOTE 1. Before your operation, please read PREPARATION OF SERVICING. 2. Use the Lead Free solder. 3. Manual soldering conditions Soldering temperature: 350 5C Soldering time: Within 2 seconds Soldering combination: Sn-3.0Ag-0.5Cu 4. When Soldering/Removing of solder, use the drawing equipment over the Pick Up Unit to keep the Flux smoke away from it. 5. When installing the DVD Deck, remove all the soldering on the short circuit position after the connection of Pick Up PCB and DVD MT PCB connector.

B1-2

DISASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS
2. REMOVAL OF DVD DECK PARTS
NOTE 1. Do not disassemble the DVD DECK PARTS except listed parts here. Minute adjustments are needed if the disassemble is done. If the repair is needed except listed parts, replace the DVD MECHA ASS'Y. 2-1: TRAY (Refer to Fig. 2-1-A) 1. Set the Tray opened. (Refer to the DISC REMOVAL METHOD AT NO POWER SUPPLY) 2. Unlock the 2 supports 1 and remove the Tray.
Main Frame Ass'y Main Chassis Ass'y Main Frame Ass'y

1 2 2

Insulator (R)

Screw Torque: 2.0 0.5kgfcm

Fig. 2-2-A

NOTE 1. In case of the Main Chassis Ass'y, install it from (1) to (4) in order. (Refer to Fig. 2-2-B) 2. In case of the Main Chassis Ass'y installation, hook the wire on the Main Frame Ass'y as shown Fig. 2-2-C.
1
Main Frame Ass'y (Bottom Side)

1
Tray

Fig. 2-1-A NOTE 1. In case of the Tray installation, install them as the circled section of Fig. 2-1-B so that the each markers are met.
Main Frame Ass'y (2)

(3) Rack Loading (3) (3) Traverse Holder

(1) Main Chassis Ass'y

(4)

(4)

Check Lock

Fig. 2-2-B

Tray

Fig. 2-1-B 2-2: MAIN CHASSIS ASS'Y (Refer to Fig. 2-2-A) 1. 2. 3. 4. Remove the screw 1. Unlock the 2 supports 2. Remove the Insulator (R) from the Main Frame Ass'y. Remove the Main Chassis Ass'y.

Main Frame Ass'y

Check Hook

Fig. 2-2-C

B2-1

DISASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS
2-3: LOADING MOTOR PCB ASS'Y/ LOADING BELT (Refer to Fig. 2-3-A) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Remove the Loading Belt. Remove the screw 1. Remove the 2 screws 2. Remove the Loading Motor PCB Ass'y. Remove the Pulley Gear.
Loading Belt Pulley Gear Main Gear Rack Loading

Main Frame Assy

2 2

Fig. 2-4-A

NOTE
Main Frame Assy

1. In case of the Rack Loading installation, do not mesh it to the Main Gear as shown the Fig. 2-4-B.
Rack Loading Check Hook

Pulley Gear

Loading Motor PCB Assy

Screw Torque: 2.5 0.3kgfcm (Screw 1) Screw Torque: 1.0 0.3kgfcm (Screw 2)

Fig. 2-3-A
Main Gear

NOTE 1. In case of the Pulley Motor installation, check if the value of the Fig. 2-3-B is correct. 2. When installing the Loading Motor PCB Ass'y, install it correctly as Fig. 2-3-C. 3. In case of the Loading Motor PCB Ass'y installation, hook the wire on the Main Frame Ass'y as shown Fig. 2-3-C. Fig. 2-4-B

2-5: CLAMPER ASS'Y (Refer to Fig. 2-5-A) 1. Press the Clamper and rotate the Clamper Plate clockwise, then unlock the 3 supports 1. 2. Remove the Clamper Plate, Clamper Magnet and Clamper.
Clamper Plate Clamper Magnet

Pulley Motor

7.0 0.1mm

Loading Motor

Main Frame Safety surface for pressing of the insert.

Fig. 2-3-B
1 1 1
Clamper

The Lever should be position between A and B. Rack Loading A B

Fig. 2-5-A

NOTE 1. In case of the Clamper Ass'y installation, install correctly as Fig. 2-5-B.

Clamper Plate Check Hook Loading Motor PCB Assy

Fig. 2-3-C

Clamper

No gap

2-4: RACK LOADING/MAIN GEAR/PULLEY GEAR (Refer to Fig. 2-4-A) 1. Press down the catcher 1 and slide the Rack Loading. 2. Unlock the support 2 and remove the Pulley Gear. 3. Remove the Main Gear. B2-2

Fig. 2-5-B

DISASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS
2-6: TRAVERSE HOLDER/INSULATOR (F)/INSULATOR (R) (Refer to Fig. 2-6-A) 1. Remove the Traverse Holder. 2. Remove the 2 Insulator (F). 3. Remove the Insulator (R).
Main Chassis Ass'y Insulator (R)

NOTE 1. When pushing the Rack Feed in the direction of the arrow, it should be restored to the original position by the spring force. (Refer to Fig. 2-7-B) 2. In case of the Motor Gear installation, check if the value of the Fig. 2-7-C is correct. 3. When installing the wire of the Switch PCB Ass'y, install it correctly as Fig. 2-7-D. 4. After the assembly of the Main Chassis Ass'y, hook the wire on the Main Chassis Ass'y as shown Fig. 2-7-E.

Insulator (F) Traverse Holder

Insulator (F)

Fig. 2-6-A NOTE 1. In case of the Insulator (F) installation, install correctly as Fig. 2-6-B. 2. In case of the Insulator (R) installation, install correctly as Fig. 2-6-C.
Insulator (F)

Push Rack Feed Ass'y

Fig. 2-7-B

Motor Gear

6.0 0.2mm

Feed Motor Traverse Holder Safety surface for pressing of the insert.

Fig. 2-6-B
Insulator (R) Main Chassis Ass'y (Top Side)

Fig. 2-7-C

~ FEED MOTOR ~ BLUE (4) ORANGE (3)

Fig. 2-6-C 2-7: RACK FEED ASS'Y/SWITCH PCB ASS'Y/FEED MOTOR (Refer to Fig. 2-7-A) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. Remove the screw 1. Remove the Rack Feed Ass'y. Remove the screw 2. Remove the Switch PCB Ass'y. Remove the 2 screw 3. Remove the Feed Motor. Remove the Motor Gear.
1 2
Rack Feed Ass'y

Switch PCB Ass'y

~ SPINDLE MOTOR ~ BLACK (2) RED (1)


Install wire from (1) to (4) in order.

Fig. 2-7-D
Main Chassis Ass'y (Bottom Side) Check Hook Check Hook Check Hook

Switch PCB Ass'y

Check Hook Motor Gear Loosen the wire in the direction of the arrow. Main Chassis Ass'y Screw Torque: 5.0 0.3kgfcm (Screw 1) Screw Torque: 3.0 0.3kgfcm (Screw 2) Screw Torque: 1.0 0.3kgfcm (Screw 3) Feed Motor

Fig. 2-7-E

Fig. 2-7-A B2-3

DISASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS
2-8: FFC WIRE HANDLING 1. When installing the FFC, fold it correctly and install it as shown from Fig. 2-8-A to Fig. 2-8-C. NOTE 1. Do not make the folding lines except the specified positions for the FFC. [ 24 pin FFC ]
Pick Up Side
Printing Surface

54 1mm

Fold it by 90

Fold
Printing Surface

43 1mm

Fig. 2-8-A [ 6 pin FFC ]


(1)
Reinforcement Plate

(3)

Reinforcement Plate

59 1mm Printing Surface Fold

10 1mm Printing Surface Fold Reinforcement Plate

(4) (2)
Fold Printing Surface 10 1mm Printing Surface Fold

Printing Surface 44 1mm

Proceed the steps (1) through (4).

Fig. 2-8-B

[ 5 pin FFC ]
(1)
Reinforcement Plate

(3)

Reinforcement Plate

55 1mm Printing Surface Fold

10 1mm Printing Surface Fold Reinforcement Plate

(4) (2)
Fold

Printing Surface

10 1mm Printing Surface

Fold Printing Surface 60 1mm

Proceed the steps (1) through (4).

Fig. 2-8-C

B2-4

DISASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS
3. REMOVAL OF ANODE CAP
Read the following NOTED items before starting work. * After turning the power off there might still be a potential voltage that is very dangerous. When removing the Anode Cap, make sure to discharge the Anode Cap's potential voltage. * Do not use pliers to loosen or tighten the Anode Cap terminal, this may cause the spring to be damaged. REMOVAL 1. Follow the steps as follows to discharge the Anode Cap. (Refer to Fig. 3-1.) Connect one end of an Alligator Clip to the metal part of a flat-blade screwdriver and the other end to ground. While holding the plastic part of the insulated Screwdriver, touch the support of the Anode with the tip of the Screwdriver. A cracking noise will be heard as the voltage is discharged. 3. After one side is removed, pull in the opposite direction to remove the other. NOTE Take care not to damage the Rubber Cap. INSTALLATION 1. Clean the spot where the cap was located with a small amount of alcohol. (Refer to Fig. 3-3.) NOTE Confirm that there is no dirt, dust, etc. at the spot where the cap was located.

Location of Anode Cap

GND on the CRT

Fig. 3-3 2. Arrange the wire of the Anode Cap and make sure the wire is not twisted. 3. Turn over the Rubber Cap. (Refer to Fig. 3-4.)

Screwdriver

CRT Support Alligator Clip

GND on the CRT

Fig. 3-1

Fig. 3-4 4. Insert one end of the Anode Support into the anode button, then the other as shown in Fig. 3-5.

2. Flip up the sides of the Rubber Cap in the direction of the arrow and remove one side of the support. (Refer to Fig. 3-2.) Rubber Cap

CRT Support Fig. 3-2 B3-1

CRT

Support Fig. 3-5

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

DISASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS
4. REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION OF FLAT PACKAGE IC
REMOVAL 1. Put Masking Tape (cotton tape) around the Flat Package IC to protect other parts from any damage. (Refer to Fig. 4-1.) NOTE Masking is carried out on all the parts located within 10 mm distance from IC leads.
IC Masking Tape (Cotton Tape) Blower type IC desoldering machine

3. When IC starts moving back and forth easily after desoldering completely, pickup the corner of the IC using a tweezers and remove the IC by moving with the IC desoldering machine. (Refer to Fig. 4-3.) NOTE Some ICs on the PCB are affixed with glue, so be careful not to break or damage the foil of each IC leads or solder lands under the IC when removing it.

Tweezers

Fig. 4-1 2. Heat the IC leads using a blower type IC desoldering machine. (Refer to Fig. 4-2.) NOTE Do not rotate or move the IC back and forth , until IC can move back and forth easily after desoldering the leads completely.

IC

Fig. 4-3 4. Peel off the Masking Tape. 5. Absorb the solder left on the pattern using the Braided Shield Wire. (Refer to Fig. 4-4.) NOTE
Blower type IC desoldering machine

Do not move the Braided Shield Wire in the vertical direction towards the IC pattern.

Braided Shield Wire Soldering Iron

IC

Fig. 4-2

IC pattern

Fig. 4-4

B4-1

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

Soldering Iron

Fig. 4-8 5. Finally, confirm the soldering status on four sides of the IC using a magnifying glass. Confirm that no abnormality is found on the soldering position and installation position of the parts around the IC. If some abnormality is found, correct by resoldering. NOTE When the IC leads are bent during soldering and/or repairing, do not repair the bending of leads. If the bending of leads are repaired, the pattern may be damaged. So, always be sure to replace the IC in this case.

Solder temporarily

Solder temporarily

Fig. 4-5 2. Supply the solder from the upper position of IC leads sliding to the lower position of the IC leads. (Refer to Fig. 4-6.)

Solder

Soldering Iron

IC

Supply soldering from upper position to lower position

Fig. 4-6 3. Absorb the solder left on the lead using the Braided Shield Wire. (Refer to Fig. 4-7.) NOTE Do not absorb the solder to excess.

Soldering Iron IC

Braided Shield Wire

Fig. 4-7

B4-2

SERVICE MODE LIST


This unit is provided with the following SERVICE MODES so you can repair, examine and adjust easily. To enter to the SERVICE MODE function, press and hold both buttons simultaneously on the main unit and on the remote control for more than the standard time (second). Set Condition TV mode Set Key VOL. DOWN (Minimum) Remocon Key 0 Standard Time 2 sec. Operations Releasing of V-CHIP PASSWORD. Initialization of factory TV data. NOTE: Do not use this for normal servicing. If you set factory initialization, the memories are reset such as the channel setting, and the POWER ON total hours. Initialization of factory DVD data. NOTE: Do not use this for normal servicing. POWER ON total hours are displayed on the screen. Refer to the "PREVENTIVE CHECKS AND SERVICE INTERVALS" (CONFIRMATION OF HOURS USED). Can check the INITIAL DATA of MEMORY IC. Refer to the "WHEN REPLACING EEPROM (MEMORY) IC". VOL. DOWN (Minimum) Display of the Adjustment MENU on the screen. Refer to the "ELECTRICAL ADJUSTMENT" (On-Screen Display Adjustment). Releasing of PARENTAL LOCK. Refer to the PARENTAL CONTROL - RATING LEVEL.

TV mode

VOL. DOWN (Minimum)

2 sec.

DVD mode (No disc)

VOL. DOWN (Minimum)

2 sec.

TV mode

VOL. DOWN (Minimum)

2 sec.

ALL mode

2 sec.

DVD mode (No disc)

STOP

3 sec.

Method Press the following remocon keys continuously. SETUP SUBTITLE 3 AUDIO SELECT 0 Tray cannot be opened. Refer to the TRAY LOCK.

Operations

WHEN REPLACING EEPROM (MEMORY) IC


CONFIRMATION OF HOURS USED
POWER ON total hours can be checked on the screen. Total hours are displayed in 16 system of notation. NOTE: If you set a factory initialization, the total hours is reset to "0". 1. Turn on the POWER, and set to the TV mode. 2. Set the VOLUME to minimum. 3. Press both VOL. DOWN button on the set and Channel button (6) on the remote control for more than 2 seconds. 4. After the confirmation of using hours, turn off the power.
ADDRESS DATA

INIT 00 26 CRT ON 0000

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


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

FIG. 1

C-1

WHEN REPLACING EEPROM (MEMORY) IC


CONFIRMATION OF INITIAL DATA
If a service repair is undertaken where it has been required to change the MEMORY IC, the following steps should be taken to ensure correct data settings while making reference to TABLE 1. NOTE: No need to set data for after position INI 67. INI 00 10 20 30 40 50 60 +0 26 60 80 1A 21 26 36 +1 3F 50 88 1B 21 27 37 +2 5A 50 83 1C 21 27 38 +3 05 65 88 1C 22 28 38 +4 D1 45 89 1C 22 28 39 +5 02 7B 88 1D 22 29 3B +6 30 E3 FD 1D 23 29 3C +7 25 50 00 1D 23 2A 3F Table 1 1. Turn on the POWER, and set to the TV mode. 2. Enter DATA SET mode by setting VOLUME to minimum. 3. Press both VOL. DOWN button on the set and Channel button (6) on the remote control for more than 2 seconds. ADDRESS and DATA should appear as FIG 1.
ADDRESS DATA

+8 12 50 05 1E 23 2A ---

+9 57 78 09 1E 24 2B ---

+A 23 55 0C 1E 24 2C ---

+B 00 3A 0F 1F 24 2C ---

+C D9 A0 11 1F 25 2D ---

+D 40 11 15 1F 25 2F ---

+E 0F 00 18 20 25 31 ---

+F 4F 00 19 20 26 35 ---

INIT 00 26 CRT ON 0000

FIG. 1 4. ADDRESS is now selected and should "blink". Using the VOL. UP/DOWN button on the remote, step through the ADDRESS until required ADDRESS to be changed is reached. 5. Press ENTER to select DATA. When DATA is selected, it will "blink". 6. Again, step through the DATA using VOL. UP/DOWN button until required DATA value has been selected. 7. Pressing ENTER will take you back to ADDRESS for further selection if necessary. 8. Repeat steps 4 to 7 until all data has been checked. 9. When satisfied correct DATA has been entered, turn POWER off (return to STANDBY MODE) to finish DATA input. After the data input, set to the initializing of shipping. 10. Turn on the POWER, and set to the TV mode. 11. Press both VOL. DOWN button on the set and Channel button (1) on the remote control for more than 2 seconds. 12. After the finishing of the initializing of shipping, the unit will turn off automatically. The unit will now have the correct DATA for the new MEMORY IC.

C-2

ELECTRICAL ADJUSTMENTS
1. BEFORE MAKING ELECTRICAL ADJUSTMENTS
Read and perform these adjustments when repairing the circuits or replacing electrical parts or PCB assemblies. CAUTION Use an isolation transformer when performing any service on this chassis. Before removing the anode cap, discharge electricity because it contains high voltage. When removing a PCB or related component, after unfastening or changing a wire, be sure to put the wire back in its original position. When you exchange IC and Transistor with a heat sink, apply silicon grease on the contact section of the heat sink. Before applying new silicon grease, remove all the old silicon grease. (Old grease may cause damages to the IC and Transistor). Prepare the following measurement tools for electrical adjustments. 1. Oscilloscope 2. Digital Voltmeter 3. AC Voltmeter 4. Pattern Generator 5. Multi-Sound Signal Generator On-Screen Display Adjustment 1. Set the VOLUME to minimum. 2. Press the VOL. DOWN button on the set and the Channel button (9) on the remote control for more than 2 seconds to appear the adjustment mode on the screen as shown in Fig. 1-1.
NO. FUNCTION
01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 OSD OSDC CUT OFF HPOSI HBLKL HBLKR VSIZE VPOSI VLIN VSC VCOMP RCUT GCUT BCUT RDRV GDRV BDRV BRTC BRTX BRTN CNTC CNTX CTN COLC COLX COLN TNTC SHRP SBIAS BRTCA BRTXA BRTNA CNTCA CNTXA CNTNA COLCA COLXA

NO. FUNCTION
38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 COLNA TNTCA SHRPA SBIASA BRTCD BRTXD BRTND CNTCD CNTXD CNTND COLCD COLXD COLND TNTCD SHRPD SBIASD BRTCG BRTXG BRTNG CNTCG CNTXG CNTNG SBIASG TVM PVM LVL SEPAL SEPAH HFREQ E/WDC E/WAMP E/WTILT CORTOP CORBTM HCOMP HBLKLA HBLKRA

Fig. 1-2

2. BASIC ADJUSTMENTS
2-1: CONSTANT VOLTAGE 1. Place the set in AV MODE without signal. 2. Using the remote control, set the brightness and contrast to normal position. 3. Connect the digital voltmeter to TP401. 4. Adjust the VR3800 until the digital voltmeter is 117 0.5V. 2-2: FOCUS 1. Receive the monoscope pattern. 2. Turn the Focus Volume fully counterclockwise once. 3. Adjust the Focus Volume until picture is distinct.

Function Step No.

01 OSD 18

Fig. 1-1 3. Use the Channel UP/DOWN button or Channel button (10) on the remote control to select the options shown in Fig. 1-2. 4. Press the MENU button on the remote control to end the adjustments.

2-3: CUT OFF 1. Adjust the unit to the following settings. R CUT OFF=7F, G CUT OFF=7F, B CUT OFF=7F, R DRIVE=3F, G DRIVE=07, B DRIVE=3F 2. Place the set with Aging Test for more than 15 minutes. 3. Set condition is AV MODE without signal. 4. Using the remote control, set the brightness and contrast to normal position. 5. Activate the adjustment mode display of Fig. 1-1 and press the channel button (03) on the remote control to select "CUT OFF". 6. Adjust the Screen Volume until a dim raster is obtained.

D-1

ELECTRICAL ADJUSTMENTS
2-4: WHITE BALANCE NOTE: Adjust after performing CUT OFF adjustment. 1. Place the set with Aging Test for more than 15 minutes. 2. Receive the gray scale pattern from the Pattern Generator. 3. Using the remote control, set the brightness and contrast to normal position. 4. Activate the adjustment mode display of Fig. 1-1 and press the channel button (16) on the remote control to select "G DRIVE". 5. Press the RIGHT/LEFT button on the remote control to select the "R CUT OFF", "G CUT OFF", "B CUT OFF", "R DRIVE" or "B DRIVE". 6. Adjust the CH. UP/DOWN button on the remote control to whiten the R CUT OFF, G CUT OFF, B CUT OFF, R DRIVE, and B DRIVE at each step tone sections equally. 7. Perform the above adjustments 5 and 6 until the white color is achieved. 2-5: HORIZONTAL POSITION 1. Receive the monoscope pattern. 2. Using the remote control, set the brightness and contrast to normal position. 3. Activate the adjustment mode display of Fig. 1-1 and press the channel button (04) on the remote control to select "HPOSI". 4. Press the RIGHT/LEFT button on the remote control until the SHIFT quantity of the OVER SCAN on right and left becomes minimum. 2-6: HORIZONTAL SIZE 1. Receive the monoscope pattern. 2. Using the remote control, set the brightness and contrast to normal position. 3. Activate the adjustment mode display of Fig. 1-1 and press the channel button (69) on the remote control to select "E/WDC". 4. Press the RIGHT/LEFT button on the remote control until the SHIFT quantity of the OVER SCAN on right and left becomes 12 2%. 2-7: VERTICAL POSITION 1. Receive the monoscope pattern. 2. Using the remote control, set the brightness and contrast to normal position. 3. Activate the adjustment mode display of Fig. 1-1 and press the channel button (08) on the remote control to select "VPOSI". 4. Check if the step No. V POSI is "02". 5. Adjust the VR404 until the horizontal line becomes fit to notch of the shadow mask. horizontal line

Notch

Shadow mask Fig. 2-1 2-8: VERTICAL SIZE 1. Receive the monoscope pattern. 2. Using the remote control, set the brightness and contrast to normal position. 3. Activate the adjustment mode display of Fig. 1-1 and press the channel button (07) on the remote control to select "VSIZE". 4. Press the RIGHT/LEFT button on the remote control until the SHIFT quantity of the OVER SCAN on upside and downside becomes 10 2%. 5. Receive a broadcast and check if the picture is normal. 2-9: VERTICAL LINEARITY NOTE: Adjust after performing adjustments in section 2-7. After the adjustment of Vertical Linearity, reconfirm the Vertical Position and Vertical Size adjustments. 1. Receive the monoscope pattern. 2. Using the remote control, set the brightness and contrast to normal position. 3. Activate the adjustment mode display of Fig. 1-1 and press the channel button (09) on the remote control to select "VLIN". 4. Press the RIGHT/LEFT button on the remote control until the SHIFT quantity of the OVER SCAN on upside and downside becomes minimum. 2-10: TRAPEZIUM 1. Receive the crosshatch signal from the Pattern Generator. 2. Using the remote control, set the brightness and contrast to normal position. 3. Activate the adjustment mode display of Fig. 1-1 and press the channel button (71) on the remote control to select "E/WTILT". 4. Press the RIGHT/LEFT button on the remote control until the both vertical lines of the screen become parallel. 2-11: PARABOLA 1. Receive the crosshatch signal from the Pattern Generator. 2. Using the remote control, set the brightness and contrast to normal position. 3. Activate the adjustment mode display of Fig. 1-1 and press the channel button (70) on the remote control to select "E/WAMP". 4. Press the RIGHT/LEFT button on the remote control until the right and left vertical lines are straight. D-2

ELECTRICAL ADJUSTMENTS
2-12: SEPARATION L,H 1. Set the multi-sound signal generator L-ch=1KHz, R-ch =Non input and receive the RF signal. 2. Connect the oscilloscope to the SP351 code. 3. Press the AUDIO SELECT button on the remote control to set to the stereo mode. 4. Activate the adjustment mode display of Fig. 1-1 and press the channel button (64) on the remote control to select "SEPAL". 5. Press the RIGHT/LEFT button on the remote control to adjust it until the R-ch output becomes minimum. 6. Press the CH UP button 1 time to set to "SEPAH" mode. 7. Press the RIGHT/LEFT button on the remote control to adjust it until the R-ch output becomes minimum. 8. Set the multi-sound signal generator L-ch=Non input, R-ch=1KHz and receive the RF signal. 9. Connect the oscilloscope to the SP352 code. Then perform the above adjustments 3~7. 2-13: OSD POSITION 1. Activate the adjustment mode display of Fig. 1-1. 2. Press the RIGHT/LEFT button on the remote control until the difference of A and B becomes minimum. (Refer to Fig. 2-2) 2-14: LEVEL 1. Receive the VHF HIGH (70dB). 2. Connect the AC voltmeter to pin 6 and pin 1 of CP101. 3. Activate the adjustment mode display of Fig. 1-1 and press the channel button (63) on the remote control to select "LVL". 4. Press the RIGHT/LEFT button on the remote control until the AC voltmeter is 70 2mV. 2-15: BRIGHT CENTER 1. Receive the monoscope pattern. (RF Input) 2. Using the remote control, set the brightness and contrast to normal position. 3. Activate the adjustment mode display of Fig. 1-1 and press the channel button (18) on the remote control to select "BRTC". 4. Press the RIGHT/LEFT button on the remote control until the white 10% is starting to be visible 5. Receive the monoscope pattern. (Audio Video Input) 6. Press the INPUT SELECT button on the remote control to set to the AV mode. 7. Using the remote control, set the brightness and contrast to normal position. 8. Activate the adjustment mode display of Fig. 1-1 and press the channel button (30) on the remote control to select "BRTCA". 9. Press the RIGHT/LEFT button on the remote control until the white 10% is starting to be visible 10. Press the TV/DVD button on the remote control to set to the DVD mode. 11. Activate the adjustment mode display of Fig. 1-1 and press the channel button (42) on the remote control to select "BRTCD". 12. Press the RIGHT/LEFT button on the remote control to set the same step numbers as the AV. 13. Press the GAME button on the remote control to set to the GAME mode. 14. Activate the adjustment mode display of Fig. 1-1 and press the channel button (54) on the remote control to select "BRTCG". 15. Press the RIGHT/LEFT button on the remote control to set the same step numbers as the AV.

01 OSD 18

Fig. 2-2

D-3

ELECTRICAL ADJUSTMENTS
2-16: TINT 1. Receive the color bar pattern. (RF Input) 2. Using the remote control, set the brightness, contrast, color and tint to normal position. 3. Connect the oscilloscope to TP022. 4. Activate the adjustment mode display of Fig. 1-1 and press the channel button (27) on the remote control to select "TNTC". 5. Press the RIGHT/LEFT button on the remote control until the section "A" becomes a straight line. (Refer to Fig. 2-3) 6. Receive the color bar pattern. (Audio Video Input) 7. Press the INPUT button on the remote control to set to the AV mode. 8. Using the remote control, set the brightness, contrast, color and tint to normal position. 9. Activate the adjustment mode display of Fig. 1-1 and press the channel button (39) on the remote control to select "TNTCA". 10. Press the RIGHT/LEFT button on the remote control until the section "A" becomes a straight line. (Refer to Fig. 2-3) 11. Press the TV/DVD button on the remote control to set to the DVD mode. 12. Activate the adjustment mode display of Fig. 1-1 and press the channel button (51) on the remote control to select "TNTCD". 13. Press the RIGHT/LEFTbutton on the remote control until the tint step No. becomes "3F". 2-17: COLOR CENTER 1. Receive the color bar pattern. (RF Input) 2. Using the remote control, set the brightness, contrast, color and tint to normal position. 3. Connect the oscilloscope to TP024. 4. Activate the adjustment mode display of Fig. 1-1 and press the channel button (24) on the remote control to select "COLC". 5. Adjust the VOLTS RANGE VARIABLE knob of the oscilloscope until the range between white 100% and 0% is set to 4 scales on the screen of the oscilloscope. 6. Press the RIGHT/LEFT button on the remote control until the red color level is adjusted to 110 5% of the white level. (Refer to Fig. 2-4) 7. Receive the color bar pattern. (Audio Video Input) 8. Press the INPUT button on the remote control to set to the AV mode. 9. Using the remote control, set the brightness, contrast, color and tint to normal position. 10. Activate the adjustment mode display of Fig. 1-1 and press the channel button (36) on the remote control to select "COLCA". 11. Adjust the VOLTS RANGE VARIABLE knob of the oscilloscope until the range between white 100% and 0% is set to 4 scales on the screen of the oscilloscope. 12. Press the RIGHT/LEFT button on the remote control until the red color level is adjusted to 110 5% of the white level. (Refer to Fig. 2-4) 13. Press the TV/DVD button on the remote control to set to the DVD mode. 14. Activate the adjustment mode display of Fig. 1-1 and press the channel button (48) on the remote control to select "COLCD". 15. Press the RIGHT/LEFT button on the remote control until the color step No. becomes "37". White 0% A Fig. 2-3 100%

White 110% Fig. 2-4

D-4

ELECTRICAL ADJUSTMENTS
2-18: CONTRAST MAX 1. Activate the adjustment mode display of Fig. 1-1 and press the channel button (22) on the remote control to select "CNTX". 2. Press the RIGHT/LEFT button on the remote control until the contrast step No. becomes "61" 3. Receive a broadcast and check if the picture is normal. 4. Press the INPUT button on the remote control to set to the AV mode. 5. Activate the adjustment mode display of Fig. 1-1 and press the channel button (34) on the remote control to select "CNTXA". 6. Press the RIGHT/LEFT button on the remote control to set the same step numbers as the TV. 7. Receive a broadcast and check if the picture is normal. 8. Press the TV/DVD button on the remote control to set to the DVD mode. 9. Activate the adjustment mode display of Fig. 1-1 and press the channel button (46) on the remote control to select "CNTXD". 10. Press the RIGHT/LEFT button on the remote control to set the same step numbers as the AV. 11. Press the GAME button on the remote control to set to the GAME mode. 12. Activate the adjustment mode display of Fig. 1-1 and press the channel button (58) on the remote control to select "CNTXG". 13. Press the RIGHT/LEFT button on the remote control to set the same step numbers as the AV. 2-19: Confirmation of Fixed Value (Step No.) Please check if the fixed values of the each adjustment items are set correctly referring below.
NO. FUNCTION
02 05 06 10 11 16 19 20 21 23 25 26 28 29 31 32 33 35 37 38 40 41 OSD CONTRAST H.BLK L H.BLK R V S CORRECTION V.COMP G DRIVE BRIGHTNESS(MAX) BRIGHTNESS(MIN) CONTRAST(CENT.) CONTRAST(MIN) COLOR(MAX) COLOR(MIN) SHARPNESS SUB BIAS BRI. AV(MAX) BRI. AV(MIN) CONT. AV(CENT.) CONT. AV(MIN) COL. AV(MAX) COL. AV(MIN) SHARPNESS AV SUB BIAS

STEP NO. NO. FUNCTION


02 05 02 09 02 07 4A 15 30 15 7F 07 20 50 4A 15 30 15 7F 07 20 50 43 44 45 47 49 50 52 53 55 56 57 59 60 61 62 68 72 73 74 75 76

STEP NO.
4A 15 30 15 7F 07 1A 50 4A 15 30 15 50 00 40 20 09 0A 02 05 02

BRI. DVD(MAX) BRI. DVD(MIN) CONT. DVD(CENT.) CONT. DVD(MIN) COL. DVD(MAX) COL. DVD(MIN) SHARPNESS DVD SUB BIAS BRI. GAME(MAX) BRI. GAME(MIN) CONT. GAME(CENT.) CONT. GAME(MIN) SUB BIAS TUNING V MUTE POWER ON V MUTE H.FREQ EAST/WEST COR.TOP EAST/WEST COR.BOP H.SIZE COMP H.BLK L AV H.BLK R AV

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

R G B

R G B RIGHT/LEFT SLANT

UPWARD/DOWNWARD SLANT Fig. 3-2-a

WEDGE

WEDGE

WEDGE WEDGE POSITION Fig. 3-2-b

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

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ELECTRICAL ADJUSTMENTS
4. ELECTRICAL ADJUSTMENT PARTS LOCATION GUIDE (WIRING CONNECTION)
CRT PCB
CP804 TP022 TP024 J801 TP023 CP802B CD801 CRT CD802 CP801 CP803B CD803

CP803A J4201 J4203 VR3800 FB401 TU001

AC IN CD3800

CP101 TP401 S3801 S3802 CP802A CP3800 CRT R423 CP404 CRT

CP8002 VR404

CD303 CP8001 CP303

CD8101
J2202 J2203 OS2202

SPEAKER J2204 J301

AV PCB

DVD DECK
CP2303 CP8101 CP2302

CD4002

CP2301

DVD PCB
CD2001 CD2301 CD2302

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MECHANICAL EXPLODED VIEW


202 202
116

202

102B 202

206 202 102B 102B


118

206

202

201
118

114

102A

102

201

201 PCB110 (CRT PCB ASS'Y)

106
201
121

121

209 209 209 209


124

209 120 209 117 208

101K 101J 101B 207 101K

119

101I 101K 101A 101G 101L 101 101F 101E A 101H 208 101D 208 101C

209

124

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113 206 115 206 112 206 206 115

109 206 210 110

206

210 110

PCB130 (DVD MT PCB ASS'Y)


206 206 206 206 206 206 206 206 125 206 123 111 115 103

123

212

206

206 104 206 108 206 206

203

204 206 211 204 204

122 204 205 205 205 211 206 205 105

PCBD20 (AV PCB ASS'Y)

107

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MECHANICAL EXPLODED VIEW (PACKING DIAGRAM)

131 132, 133, 134, BL001, TM101

127 130

135

127

126 136

129

128

136

128

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611 600 608 AA 704 610

612
Cannot supply by a unit.

614

AA
AA AA AA AA

AA

AA 613 602 609 AA 619

AA

M2603

607

615

AA

SW1

705 617 CD2301 705 SW2 PCB640 (SW PCB ASS'Y) 618 702 CD2001 703 606 605 616 701 604

PCB610 (LOADING MOTOR PCB ASS'Y)

CD2302

Do not replace the parts. Because, minute adjustments are needed if this condition is disassembled further more. If the repair is needed, replace the DVD MECHA ASS'Y.

603 M2602 605 601

CLASS GREASE

MARK AA

NOTE: Applying positions AA for the grease are displayed for this section. Check if the correct grease is applied for each position. I2-1

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Location No.
101 101A 101B 101C 101D 101E 101F 101G 101H 101I 101J 101K 101L 102 102A 102B 103 104 105 106 107 108 109 110 111 112 113 114 115 116 117 118 119 120 121 122 123 124 125 126 127 128 129 130 131 132 133 134 135 136 201 202 203 204 205 206 207 208 209 210 211 212

TSB P/N
72781149 72799317 72799459 72795680 75002958 75002959 75002960 72781985 72799761 75002961 72798626 72795625 72799424 72781189 72799354 72781222 75002962 72795676 75002963 72795687 72795690 72799877 72798645 72798654 72799958 72795697 72798688 72783403 72795699 75002964 72799615 72798684 72799873 75002965 72799963 72794734 72781938 72781202 72781978 72794741 75002966 75002967 75002968 75002969 72781635 72781605 75002970 72781569 72782503 75002971 72798796 72798795 72798794 72798789 72781251 72798787 72798793 72798791 72798790 72795782 72798786 72798785

Reference No.
7A701A353A 701WPJC963 712WPJC136 8995034000 713WPA0321 713WPA0322 7230007779 7235490036 735WPBB354 738WPA0101 742WKA0002 800WQ0A041 712WPBA127 7A702A101A 702WPAA824 800WQ0A092 7230007757 752WSA0290 761WPA0318 741WUA0021 752WSA0292 752WSAA114 752WSA0389 753WUA0065 761WSAA034 774WPA0002 774WPA0006 726000A131 899EFBA002 722549A598 723000C727 762WPA0011 752WSAA084 761WPA0317 769WSAA008 899HV3T000 800WB0A008 800WF0A007 8965TS1017 791WHAA116 792WHA0533 792WHA0534 793WCDD136 A5W401F975 JB5ND300 J5S10229A J5W40101A J3N51617A 791WHAA138 723000D314 8141H60C5U 8117540B0U 811754080U 8109I30A0U 810963080Q 810923080U 8110E3080U 8110630A0U 811063080U 811022680U 810763080U 810723040U

Description
FRONT CABI ASS'Y CABINET,FRONT FLAP,DVD CORD CLIP UL CO. GLASS,LED GUIDE,REMOCON AV,LABEL BADGE,BRAND BUTTON,FRAME STOPPER,BUTTON SPRING,DVD-FLAP FELT SHEET DOOR BACK CABI ASS'Y CABINET,BACK FELT SHEET SHEET,JACK SHIELD COMPO HOLDER,FBT SPRING EARTH SHIELD AV JACK PLATE BOTTOM DVD,TOP SPRING EARTH ANGLE DECK HOLDER WIRE HOLDER WIRE SHEET CRT SERVICEMAN WIRING-CLIP SHEET RATING SHEET CAUTION HOLDER CRT WIRE ANGLE,FRONT HOLDER,PLATE BOTTOM WASHER,CRT T=0.5 HOLDER ANODE WIRE FIBER WASHER CUSHION CUSHION 65TS10-10(17.5*20*14) FILM,BAG PACKAGE,TOP PACKAGE,BOTTOM GIFT BOX INSTRUCTION BOOK KIT POLYBAG INSTRUCTION(RED CAUTION) INFORMATION SHEET(RETURN)USA INSTRUCTION BOOK REGISTRATION CARD LIGHTRON SHEET SHEET BAR CODE SCREW,TAP TITE(P) GW20 6*35 CH HEXAGON SCREW,TAPPING(B0) TRUSS 4*20 CH SCREW,TAPPING(B0) TRUSS 4*8 CH SCREW TAP TITE(B) WH7 3*10 CH SCREW TAP TITE(B) BRAZIER 3*8 STAINLESS SCREW TAP TITE(B) BIND 3*8 CH SCREW TAP TITE(P) WH10 3*8 CH SCREW TAP TITE(P) BRAZIER 3*10 CH SCREW TAP TITE(P) BRAZIER 3*8 CH SCREW TAP TITE(P) BIND 2.6*8 CH SCREW TAP TITE(S) BRAZIER 3*8 CH SCREW TAP TITE(S) BIND 3*4 CH

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Location No.
! 600 601 602 603 604 605 606 607 608 609 610 611 612 613 614 615 616 617 618 619 701 702 703 704 705 CD2001 CD2301 CD2302 ! M2602 ! M2603 PCB610 PCB640 SW1 SW2

TSB P/N
72783201 72795767 72795768 72795769 72798813 72795771 72795772 72781331 72795774 72795775 72795776 72781328 72795778 72795779 72795780 72798838 72798836 72798837 72798849 72795888 72795782 72795783 72795784 72795785 72796070 72783183 72795869 72795870 72795947 72795948 72783202 72783203 72796050 72796052

Reference No.
A2I301H650 92P100109A 92P100094A 92P100088A 92AAA0013A 92P200013A 92P200014A 92SBB0029A 92P100095A 92P100097A 92P100096A 92P200015A 92P000014A 92P100093A 92P100091A 92P100092A 92P100089A 92P100090A 92P300020A 800WFAA008 811022680U 814011723U 816112080U 814011730U 811022080U 122J4O1903 122H062102 122H052601 1515S98003 1596S18003 A5M4016610 A5N813W640 0515S32002 0500101037

Description
DVD MECHA ASS'Y A2I301H650 HOLDER,TRAVERSE CLAMPER GEAR,MOTOR FEED RACK ASS'Y INSULATOR(F) INSULATOR(R) LOADER SUB ASS'Y GEAR,PULLEY PULLEY,MOTOR GEAR,MAIN BELT,LOADING PLATE,CLAMPER RACK,LOADING FRAME,MAIN TRAY RACK,FEED 1 RACK,FEED 2 SPRING,RACK FEED CUSHION C SCREW TAP TITE(P) BIND 2.6*8 CH SCREW,PAN M1.7*2.3 P3 CH SEMS.TAP TITE(P) PAN W10 2*8 CH SCREW,PAN M1.7*3 P3 CH SCREW,TAP TITE(P) BIND 2*8 CH CORD JUMPER 127000-2928 CORD JUMPER 2H062102 CORD JUMPER 2H052601 FEED MOTOR BCZ3B03B MOTOR,LOADING BCZ3B52B LOADING MOTOR PCB ASS'Y DED003A SW PCB ASS'Y DED002B SWITCH SSS-13-2 PUSH SWITCH ESE22MH24

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Location No.
! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! R401 R403 R405 R406 R412 R417 R423 R429 R430 R434 R435 R436 R440 R441 R445 R454 R803 R805 R807 R3010 R3014 R3023 R3800 R3803 R3806 R3812 R3817 R3821 R3828 C130 C357 C403 C408 C409 C412 C417 C418 C429 C430 C434 C435 C446 C449 C802 C3801 C3810 C3811 C3812 C3815 C3816 C3818 C3822 C3823 C3824 C3826 C3827 D101 D102 D105 D106 D301 D401 D402 D403 D404 D405 D406 D407 D408 D410 D411 D412 D413

TSB P/N
72795515 72794594 72795516 72795508 72781738 72796443 72794624 72794597 72797994 72797785 72795518 72796461 72795519 75002952 72798015 72796031 72794659 72794659 72794659 72797880 72797927 72797776 72796095 72795500 72794631 72797851 72797976 72797865 72794633 72797465 72797426 72794396 72783562 72794380 72795564 72797681 72797719 72795097 72794381 72795831 72797509 72794394 72794399 72794440 72795566 72795629 72795073 72795629 72797461 72795579 72797478 72797483 72794410 72794399 72796328 72794381 72794491 72794489 72794491 72794491 72794491 72794491 72794472 72794488 72794488 72797302 72796383 72794472 72794489 72794488 72794489 72794472 72794471

Reference No.
R4X5T6472F R4X5T6183F R4X5T6153F R3X18A151J R63881330J R3X28A221J R3X18AR68J R002T22R2J R5X34F5R6J R002T21R5J R655822R2J R3X181101J R65581010J R00202104J R655811R8J R3K181102J R3X18A123J R3X18A123J R3X18A123J R3X18A330J R3X28B3R3J R00204750J R4X5T6332F R002T2155J R0G3K2275K R3X181331J R5X2CE010J R3X181R22J R63881R22J E52H02100M E0ELF4102M E02LU8220M P4N8FK472H E02LU4101M P4J7F3434J P3N1F5333J P4N8FK133H E5EZU4101M E5EZF3222M E5EZF4102M E62DFD100M E5EZFD220M C0PLRR713K C0JBB07H3K P2122B224M C0JTB0513K C0PLRR7G3K C0JTB0513K E52DHC681M CD39E0MQ3M E5EZF2332M E5EZT2102M E5EZF3102M C0PLRR713K E61SFC221M E5EZF3222M D1VT001330 D97U05R61B D1VT001330 D1VT001330 D1VT001330 D1VT001330 D2WTAU02A0 D2WT011E10 D2WT011E10 D2BFRS4FS0 D2BFRU4AM0 D2WTAU02A0 D97U05R61B D2WT011E10 D97U05R61B D2WTAU02A0 D97U03001B

Description RESISTORS
R,METAL R,METAL R,METAL R,METAL OXIDE R,FUSE R,METAL OXIDE R,METAL OXIDE RC R,CEMENT RC R,FUSE R,METAL OXIDE R,FUSE RC R,FUSE R,METAL OXIDE R,METAL OXIDE R,METAL OXIDE R,METAL OXIDE R,METAL OXIDE R,METAL OXIDE RC R,METAL RC RC R,METAL OXIDE R,CEMENT R,METAL OXIDE R,FUSE 4.7K OHM 1/6W 18K OHM 1/6W 15K OHM 1/6W 150 OHM 2W 33 OHM 1W 220 OHM 2W 0.68 OHM 2W 2.2 OHM 1/2W 5.6 OHM 10W 1.5 OHM 1/2W 2.2 OHM 1/2W 100 OHM 1W 1 OHM 1W 100K OHM 1/2W 1.8 OHM 1W 1K OHM 1W 12K OHM 2W 12K OHM 2W 12K OHM 2W 33 OHM 2W 3.3 OHM 3W 75 OHM 1/4W 3.3K OHM 1/6W 1.5M OHM 1/2W 2.7M OHM 1/2W 330 OHM 1W 1 OHM 7W 0.22 OHM 1W 0.22 OHM 1W 10 UF 16V 1000 UF 35V 22 UF 100V 0.0047UF 1.5KV 100 UF 35V 0.43 UF 250V PMS 0.033 UF 630V 0.013 UF 1.5KV 100 UF 35V 2200 UF 25V 1000 UF 35V 10 UF 250V 22 UF 250V 0.001 UF 2KV R 0.0022UF 2KV B 0.22 UF 275V ECQUL 0.001 UF 500V B 0.0018 UF 2KV R 0.001 UF 500V B 5 680 UF 200V 0.0047UF 250V 3300 UF 16V 1000 UF 16V 1000 UF 25V 0.001 UF 2KV R 220 UF 200V 2200 UF 25V

CAPACITORS
! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! CE CE CE CMPP CE CMPP CPP CMPP CE CE CE CE CE CC CC CMP CC CC CC CE CC CE CE CE CC CE CE

DIODES
DIODE,SILICON DIODE,ZENER DIODE,SILICON DIODE,SILICON DIODE,SILICON DIODE,SILICON DIODE,SILICON DIODE,SILICON DIODE,SILICON DIODE,SILICON DIODE,SILICON DIODE,SILICON DIODE,ZENER DIODE,SILICON DIODE,ZENER DIODE,SILICON DIODE,ZENER 1SS133T-77 MTZJ5.6B T-77 1SS133T-77 1SS133T-77 1SS133T-77 1SS133T-77 AU02A-EIC 11E1-EIC 11E1-EIC RS-4FS RU-4AM AU02A-EIC MTZJ5.6B T-77 11E1-EIC MTZJ5.6B T-77 AU02A-EIC MTZJ30B T-77

! ! ! !

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Location No.
D414 ! D415 D416 D417 D418 D419 D420 D601 D602 D603 D604 D801 D802 D803 D804 D805 D806 D900 D2201 D2303 D2304 D3002 D3801 D3802 D3803 D3804 D3805 D3806 D3807 ! D3808 ! D3809 D3810 D3811 D3812 D3813 ! D3814 ! D3815 ! D3816 ! D3817 ! D3818 ! D3819 ! D3820 ! D3821 D3822 ! D3823 ! D3824 D3825 D3826 D3827 D3828 ! D3829 ! D3830 D3831 ! D3832 D4001 D4002 D4003 D4004 D4005 D8111 D8112 IC101 IC103 ! IC199 IC302 ! IC351 ! IC401 IC601 IC602 IC902 IC905 IC906 IC1501 IC1502

TSB P/N
72794471 72794472 72795626 72794478 72794465 72794491 72794491 72794487 72794487 72794487 72796387 72794491 72794491 72794491 72794491 72794491 72794491 72794491 72796482 72795897 72795897 72794489 72794489 72794488 72794491 72795541 72794491 72794491 72794483 72795626 72795626 72795541 72794491 72794491 72794465 72795626 72795626 72795626 72795892 72794483 72794480 72794480 72797312 72794491 72794474 72795626 72794487 72794491 72794491 72794468 72795626 72795626 72795542 72794480 72795897 72795897 72795897 72795897 72795897 72795897 72795897 72781475 72796084 75002953 72794498 72797560 72794507 72795919 72797598 72795535 72794502 72794502 72794500 72795918

Reference No.
D97U03001B D2WTAU02A0 D2WXN40050 D97U06R81B D97U03301B D1VT001330 D1VT001330 D97U01201B D97U01201B D97U01201B D97U01301B D1VT001330 D1VT001330 D1VT001330 D1VT001330 D1VT001330 D1VT001330 D1VT001330 0021E2Q140 DD7R0S3550 DD7R0S3550 D97U05R61B D97U05R61B D2WT011E10 D1VT001330 D97U01801B D1VT001330 D1VT001330 D2WXN49370 D2WXN40050 D2WXN40050 D97U01801B D1VT001330 D1VT001330 D97U03301B D2WXN40050 D2WXN40050 D2WXN40050 D28F31DQ06 D2WXN49370 D28T21DQN9 D28T21DQN9 D2WXRU3AM0 D1VT001330 D28F0PRA60 D2WXN40050 D97U01201B D1VT001330 D1VT001330 D97U02R21B D2WXN40050 D2WXN40050 D97U03R91B D28T21DQN9 DD7R0S3550 DD7R0S3550 DD7R0S3550 DD7R0S3550 DD7R0S3550 DD7R0S3550 DD7R0S3550 I55D06084A I9UF032310 S5W401FE01 I01FF58910 I0FSP52760 I03TD80410 I03FC324N0 I1KF98L100 I01FF58290 I0UF015010 I0UF015010 I05FEA45FG I0QF02534V

Description DIODES
DIODE,ZENER DIODE,SILICON DIODE,SILICON DIODE,ZENER DIODE,ZENER DIODE,SILICON DIODE,SILICON DIODE,ZENER DIODE,ZENER DIODE,ZENER DIODE,ZENER DIODE,SILICON DIODE,SILICON DIODE,SILICON DIODE,SILICON DIODE,SILICON DIODE,SILICON DIODE,SILICON LED DIODE,SILICON DIODE,SILICON DIODE,ZENER DIODE,ZENER DIODE,SILICON DIODE,SILICON DIODE,ZENER DIODE,SILICON DIODE,SILICON DIODE,SILICON DIODE,SILICON DIODE,SILICON DIODE,ZENER DIODE,SILICON DIODE,SILICON DIODE,ZENER DIODE,SILICON DIODE,SILICON DIODE,SILICON DIODE,SILICON DIODE,SILICON DIODE,SCHOTTKY DIODE,SCHOTTKY DIODE,SILICON DIODE,SILICON DIODE,RECTIFIER DIODE,SILICON DIODE,ZENER DIODE,SILICON DIODE,SILICON DIODE,ZENER DIODE,SILICON DIODE,SILICON DIODE,ZENER DIODE,SCHOTTKY DIODE,SILICON DIODE,SILICON DIODE,SILICON DIODE,SILICON DIODE,SILICON DIODE,SILICON DIODE,SILICON MTZJ30B T-77 AU02A-EIC 1N4005-EIC MTZJ6.8B T-77 MTZJ33B T-77 1SS133T-77 1SS133T-77 MTZJ12B T-77 MTZJ12B T-77 MTZJ12B T-77 MTZJ13B T-77 1SS133T-77 1SS133T-77 1SS133T-77 1SS133T-77 1SS133T-77 1SS133T-77 1SS133T-77 LTL-1CHEE-002A 1SS355 TE-17 1SS355 TE-17 MTZJ5.6B T-77 MTZJ5.6B T-77 11E1-EIC 1SS133T-77 MTZJ18B T-77 1SS133T-77 1SS133T-77 1N4937 1N4005-EIC 1N4005-EIC MTZJ18B T-77 1SS133T-77 1SS133T-77 MTZJ33B T-77 1N4005-EIC 1N4005-EIC 1N4005-EIC 31DQ06-FC 1N4937 21DQ09N-TA2B1 21DQ09N-TA2B1 RU3AM-EIC 1SS133T-77 30PRA60-FC 1N4005-EIC MTZJ12B T-77 1SS133T-77 1SS133T-77 MTZJ2.2B T-77 1N4005-EIC 1N4005-EIC MTZJ3.9B T-77 21DQ09N-TA2B1 1SS355 TE-17 1SS355 TE-17 1SS355 TE-17 1SS355 TE-17 1SS355 TE-17 1SS355 TE-17 1SS355 TE-17 OEC6084A PST3231NR BR24L04F-WE2 AN5891SA-E1V AN5276 LA78041 LA76324NM-MPB-E KIA78L10F-RTF AN5829S-E1V MM1501XNRE MM1501XNRE TC90A45FG NJM2534V(TE2)

ICS
IC IC MEMORY DATA IC IC IC IC IC IC IC IC IC IC

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Location No.
IC1503 IC2301 IC3001 IC3003 IC3004 IC3800 IC4001 ! IC4003 IC4007 IC4009 IC4201 IC8102 ! ! ! ! ! Q104 Q105 Q301 Q401 Q402 Q403 Q404 Q405 Q406 Q410 Q601 Q602 Q605 Q801 Q802 Q803 Q804 Q805 Q806 Q1501 Q1502 Q1503 Q2201 Q2301 Q2302 Q2303 Q2304 Q2305 Q3002 Q3005 Q3007 Q3008 Q3800 Q3801 Q3802 Q3803 Q4004 Q4201 Q4203 Q4209 Q4210 Q4211 Q4212

TSB P/N
72794502 72783216 72795906 72795906 72797593 72794512 72783220 72795912 75002954 72781498 72795921 72795922 72794566 72794571 72794566 72794561 72794563 72794562 72794578 72794578 72794569 72794577 72794571 72794571 72795963 72794573 72794573 72794573 72795971 72795971 72795971 72794571 72794571 72794571 72794567 72795964 72795965 72795479 72795479 72795479 72796092 72794570 72795962 72795476 72794577 72794577 72795476 72795968 72795479 72794571 72794558 72794567 72798366 72794571 72794571 72796502 72796582 72796502 72796647 72794528 72795560 72794540 72796519 72794539 72794540 72794540 72795932 72795932 72794540 72796514 72796564 72794540 72794540

Reference No.
I0UF015010 I03FV65650 I1KA78R050 I1KA78R050 I1KA98R060 000220002W ICQK068621 I07F9E00W0 S5W401FF01 ICLJ0610EX I0QJ045800 I17F017530 TAAA1504SY TCAA3875SY TAAA1504SY TCAT03227Y TC30041590 TD50026380 TAATA12660 TAATA12660 TA3T016240 TCATC31980 TCAA3875SY TCAA3875SY TPAAB05001 TCATC3199Y TCATC3199Y TCATC3199Y TC3F042170 TC3F042170 TC3F042170 TCAA3875SY TCAA3875SY TCAA3875SY TNAAC05002 T67J1036K0 T67J048TL0 T8RA030520 T8RA030520 T8RA030520 TAAT01281Y TCAT03209Y TNAAB05003 TCAT032034 TCATC31980 TCATC31980 TCAT032034 T250035680 T8RA030520 TCAA3875SY TNAAD05001 TNAAC05002 TPAAA05001 TCAA3875SY TCAA3875SY 02167B101K 021LA6560K 02167B101K 02D1000001 022100027A 021L75472J 02167F101J 02167F680J 02167D151K 02167F101J 02167F101J 02167F150J 02167F150J 02167F101J 02167F151J 021LA61R0M 02167F101J 02167F101J

Description ICS
IC IC IC IC IC PHOTO COUPLER IC IC MEMORY DATA IC IC IC MM1501XNRE LA6565VR-TLM-E KIA278R05PI KIA278R05PI KIA278R06PI PS2561AL1-1-V(W) ZR36862PQCG-B BA33E00WHFP-TR SST39VF1601-70-4C-EKE HY57V161610ETP-7 NJM4580M(TE1) PCM1753DBQR KTA1504S_Y_RTK KTC3875S_Y_RTK KTA1504S_Y_RTK KTC3227_Y-AT 2SC4159(D,E) 2SD2638(OEC) KTA1266-AT(Y,GR) KTA1266-AT(Y,GR) 2SA1624-AA KTC3198-AT(Y,GR) KTC3875S_Y_RTK KTC3875S_Y_RTK KRA102SRTK KTC3199_Y-AT KTC3199_Y-AT KTC3199_Y-AT 2SC4217(D,E)-RAC 2SC4217(D,E)-RAC 2SC4217(D,E)-RAC KTC3875S_Y_RTK KTC3875S_Y_RTK KTC3875S_Y_RTK KRC103SRTK 2SA1036KT146 2SA2048TL 2SC3052-T1 2SC3052-T1 2SC3052-T1 KTA1281_Y KTC3209_Y-AT KRC102SRTK KTC3203_Y-AT KTC3198-AT(Y,GR) KTC3198-AT(Y,GR) KTC3203_Y-AT 2SK3568(ORION_Q) 2SC3052-T1 KTC3875S_Y_RTK KRC104SRTK KRC103SRTK KRA101SRTK KTC3875S_Y_RTK KTC3875S_Y_RTK 100 UH 56 UH 100 UH ELC16B501EN ELH5L4113 4.7 MH 100 UH 68 UH 150 UH 100 UH 100 UH 15 UH 15 UH 100 UH 150 UH 1 UH 100 UH 100 UH

TRANSISTORS
TRANSISTOR,SILICON TRANSISTOR,SILICON TRANSISTOR,SILICON TRANSISTOR,SILICON TRANSISTOR,SILICON TRANSISTOR,SILICON TRANSISTOR,SILICON TRANSISTOR,SILICON TRANSISTOR,SILICON TRANSISTOR,SILICON TRANSISTOR,SILICON TRANSISTOR,SILICON COMPOUND TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR,SILICON TRANSISTOR,SILICON TRANSISTOR,SILICON TRANSISTOR,SILICON TRANSISTOR,SILICON TRANSISTOR,SILICON TRANSISTOR,SILICON TRANSISTOR,SILICON TRANSISTOR,SILICON COMPOUND TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR,SILICON TRANSISTOR,SILICON TRANSISTOR,SILICON TRANSISTOR,SILICON TRANSISTOR,SILICON TRANSISTOR,SILICON TRANSISTOR,SILICON COMPOUND TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR,SILICON TRANSISTOR,SILICON TRANSISTOR,SILICON TRANSISTOR,SILICON FET TRANSISTOR,SILICON TRANSISTOR,SILICON COMPOUND TRANSISTOR COMPOUND TRANSISTOR COMPOUND TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR,SILICON TRANSISTOR,SILICON

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COILS &TRANSFORMERS
L001 L101 L301 L401 ! L402 L403 L601 L602 L801 L902 L904 L1501 L1502 L1503 L1504 L1505 L1506 L1507 COIL COIL COIL COIL COIL,LINEARITY COIL COIL COIL COIL COIL COIL COIL COIL COIL COIL COIL COIL COIL

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ELECTRICAL REPLACEMENT PARTS LIST


Location No.
! L3800 ! L3801 ! L3802 L3803 L4001 L4002 L4201 L4202 L8102 L8103 L8104 T401 ! T3800 ! J301 ! J801 J2202 J2203 J2204 J4201 J4203 SW2213 SW2214 SW2215 SW2216 SW2217 SW2218 SW2219 SW2220 SW2221 SW2223 VR404 VR3800 PCB110 PCB130 PCBD20 B401 B403 B601 B1501 B2301 B2302 B2303 B2304 B2305 B3001 B3800 B3801 B4001 B4002 B4003 B4005 B4006 B4007 B4008 B4009 B4010 B4011 B4012 B4013 B4014 B4016 B4018 B4201 B8103 BL001 BT001 BT002 CD303 CD801 CD802

TSB P/N
72783671 72796632 72796632 72796644 72795936 72796088 72794540 72794540 72795943 72795943 72795943 72794690 72796702 72794516 72794523 72795924 72795925 72795926 72796734 72794518 72794688 72794688 72794688 72794688 72794688 72794688 72794688 72794688 72794688 72794688 72795471 72796061 75002955 75002956 75002957 72794357 72794357 72794357 72794357 72795787 72795787 72795787 72795787 72795787 72794357 72794355 72794355 72795787 72795787 72795787 72795787 72795787 72795787 72795787 72795787 72795787 72795787 72795787 72795787 72795787 72795787 72795787 72794357 72795787 72782870 72799278 72799278 72796877 72794460 72798424

Reference No. Description COILS &TRANSFORMERS


028T250021 029T000105 029T000105 02A6B2E0A1 02167F2R2J 02AHB9A972 02167F101J 02167F101J 02167F1R0K 02167F1R0K 02167F1R0K 0450190171 0481390384 060J131016 066F130021 060J421036 060J421037 060J421030 060J401102 060J431020 0504101T34 0504101T34 0504101T34 0504101T34 0504101T34 0504101T34 0504101T34 0504101T34 0504101T34 0504101T34 V1K63H3BTE V1K63Q2BTE A5W401F110 A5W401F130 A5W401FD20 024HT03553 024HT03553 024HT03553 024HT03553 0246C51024 0246C51024 0246C51024 0246C51024 0246C51024 024HT03553 024HT03563 024HT03563 0246C51024 0246C51024 0246C51024 0246C51024 0246C51024 0246C51024 0246C51024 0246C51024 0246C51024 0246C51024 0246C51024 0246C51024 0246C51024 0246C51024 0246C51024 024HT03553 0246C51024 023C00022A 141R004016 141R004016 06CU14A001 06CH823004 WEL6844038 COIL,DEGAUSS COIL,LINE FILTER COIL,LINE FILTER CORE,FERRITE COIL CORE,FERRITE COIL COIL COIL COIL COIL TRANS,HORIZONTAL DRIVE TRANSFORMER,SWITCHING T028R25021 2R2A752F28 2R2A752F28 HF70T22*10*14 2.2 UH W5T29X7.5X19 100 UH 100 UH 1 UH 1 UH 1 UH ETH19Y206AY 81390384 MSJ-2000_AG ISHS62S MTJ-032-05A-30-FE MTJ-032-05A-32-FE MTJ-032-05A-31-FE MSP-251V-05NI-FE-LF MSP-213V2-432_NI_LF EVQ21505R EVQ21505R EVQ21505R EVQ21505R EVQ21505R EVQ21505R EVQ21505R EVQ21505R EVQ21505R EVQ21505R NVG6TLTAB222 NVG6TLTAB471 CCE013A DME060A CME013A W5RH3.5X5X1.0 W5RH3.5X5X1.0 W5RH3.5X5X1.0 W5RH3.5X5X1.0 MMZ1608R102CT MMZ1608R102CT MMZ1608R102CT MMZ1608R102CT MMZ1608R102CT W5RH3.5X5X1.0 W4BRH3.5X6X1.0X2 W4BRH3.5X6X1.0X2 MMZ1608R102CT MMZ1608R102CT MMZ1608R102CT MMZ1608R102CT MMZ1608R102CT MMZ1608R102CT MMZ1608R102CT MMZ1608R102CT MMZ1608R102CT MMZ1608R102CT MMZ1608R102CT MMZ1608R102CT MMZ1608R102CT MMZ1608R102CT MMZ1608R102CT W5RH3.5X5X1.0 MMZ1608R102CT HPN-01 GR03X-SP2 GR03X-SP2 CU14A001 CH823004 WG26 7C GRAY 440MM

JACKS
HEADPHONE JACK SOCKET,CATHODE RAY,TUBE RCA JACK RCA JACK RCA JACK RCA JACK RCA JACK

SWITCHES
SWITCH,TACT SWITCH,TACT SWITCH,TACT SWITCH,TACT SWITCH,TACT SWITCH,TACT SWITCH,TACT SWITCH,TACT SWITCH,TACT SWITCH,TACT

VARIABLE RESISTORS
VOLUME,SEMI FIXED VOLUME,SEMI FIXED

P.C.BOARD ASSEMBLIES
CRT PCB ASS'Y DVD MT PCB ASS'Y AV PCB ASS'Y

MISCELLANEOUS
CORE,BEADS CORE,BEADS CORE,BEADS CORE,BEADS CORE,BEADS CORE,BEADS CORE,BEADS CORE,BEADS CORE,BEADS CORE,BEADS CORE,BEADS CORE,BEADS CORE,BEADS CORE,BEADS CORE,BEADS CORE,BEADS CORE,BEADS CORE,BEADS CORE,BEADS CORE,BEADS CORE,BEADS CORE,BEADS CORE,BEADS CORE,BEADS CORE,BEADS CORE,BEADS CORE,BEADS CORE,BEADS CORE,BEADS COIL,BALUN BATTERY,MANGAN BATTERY,MANGAN CORD,CONNECTOR CORD,CONNECTOR FLAT CABLE AWM2468 A

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ELECTRICAL REPLACEMENT PARTS LIST


Location No.
CD803 CP101 CP303 CP404 CP801 CP804 CD3800 CD4002 CD8101 CP2301 CP2302 CP2303 CP3800 CP8001 CP8002 CP802A CP802B CP803A CP803B CP8101 ELD201 ELD202 F3800 FB401 FH3800 FH3801 OS2202 PH3800 PH3801 RY3800 SP351 SP352 TM101 TU001 TH3800 V801 X101 X601 X4001

TSB P/N
72794461 72796805 72796793 72795550 72796816 72796824 72795554 72796899 72795885 72783177 72799012 72799013 72796821 72796808 72799040 72796753 72796753 72796751 72796751 72799040 72797069 72797070 72796948 72796671 72794496 72794496 72796410 72796825 72796825 72796047 72783225 72783225 72783179 72795492 72794693 72783422 72796990 72797006 72796063

Reference No.
WCL6840038 069S290639 069S140419 069S460089 069S320010 069W010010 1209414909 06CU2B2201 122H0C2204 069KYOT159 069EV53030 069EV63030 069S420110 069S2B0639 069J7C0589 067U007029 067U007029 067U005049 067U005049 069J7C0589 124116281A 124120301A 081PC05005 043224007F 06710T0009 06710T0009 077Q004017 069W01001A 069W01001A 0560V20115 070W546008 070W546008 076D0MG010 0163300018 D8EE0B1400 098W250404 1002T01606 100CT3R532 100BT02701

Description MISCELLANEOUS
FLAT CABLE AWM2468 A CONNECTOR PCB SIDE CONNECTOR PCB SIDE CORD,UX CONNECTOR CONNECTOR PCB SIDE CONNECTOR PCB SIDE CORD,AC BUSH CORD,CONNECTOR CORD,JUMPER CONNECTOR PCB SIDE CONNECTOR PCB SIDE CONNECTOR PCB SIDE CONNECTOR PCB SIDE CONNECTOR PCB SIDE CONNECTOR PCB SIDE WIRE HOLDER WIRE HOLDER WIRE HOLDER WIRE HOLDER CONNECTOR PCB SIDE EYE LET EYE LET FUSE TRANSFORMER,FLYBACK HOLDER,FUSE HOLDER,FUSE REMOTE RECEIVER CONNECTOR PCB SIDE CONNECTOR PCB SIDE RELAY SPEAKER SPEAKER TRANSMITTER RF UNIT DEGAUSS ELEMENT CRT W/DY CERAMIC OSCILLATOR CRYSTAL CRYSTAL WG26 5C GRAY 400MM A2001WR2-9P A2502WV2-4P A1561WV2-A6P A2361WV2-2P 005P-2100 9414909 CU2B2201 2H0C2204 LD07T2-24ND-03 00_6232_005_006_800+ 00_6232_006_006_800+ A1561WV2-2P A2001WR2-11P IMSA-9604S-12F B2013H02-7P B2013H02-7P B2013H02-5P B2013H02-5P IMSA-9604S-12F XRY16X28BD XRY20X30BD 51MS050L FSU24A001_M EYF-52BCY EYF-52BCY PIC-37243SR 003P-2100 003P-2100 ALKS321 MSF-18D5SB05 MSF-18D5SB05 ORT204N7405860-Z 115-V-KA35ARB B59203-S1060-B14 A60MAU095X80 CSTLS16M0X53-A0 HC-49/U-S HC-49U/S

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

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