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SERVICE MANUAL

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CONTENTS

1.Safety Instructions
2. General Alignment
3. IC BLOCK DIAGRAM
4. TROUBLE SHOOTING
5. BLOCK DIAGRAM
6. CIRCUIT DIAGRAM

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* * * WARNING * * *
In order to prevent electric shock, do not remove cover.
No user-serviceable parts inside, Refer servicing to qualified service personal.

1.

SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS

PRECAUTIONS DURING SERVICING


1.

In addition to safety, other parts and assemblies are specified for conformance with such
regulations as those applying to spurious radiation. These must also be replaced only with
specified replacements.
Examples : RF converters, tuner units, antenna selection switches, RF cables, noise-blocking
capacitors, noise-blocking filters, etc.

2.

Use specified internal Wiring. Note especially:


1) Wires covered with PVC tubing
2) Double insulated wires

3.

3) High voltage leags


Use specified insulating materials for hazardous live parts. Note especially:
1) Insulation Tape
2) PVC tubing
3) Spacers (Insulation barriers)
4) Insulation sheets for transistors
5) Plastic screws for fixing micro switches

4.

When replacing AC primary side components (transformers, power cords, noise blocking
capacitors etc), wrap ends of wires securely about the terminals before soldering.

5.

Make sure that wires do not contact heat-generating parts (heat sinks, oxide metal film resistors,
fusible resistors, etc.)

6.

Check if replaced wires do not contact sharply edged or pointed parts.

7.

Make sure that foreign objects (screws, solder droplets, etc.) do not remain inside the set.

MAKE YOUR CONTRIBUTION TO PROTECT THE ENVIRONMENT


Used batteries with the ISO symbol for recycling as well as small accumulators (rechargeable
batteries), mini-batteries (cells) and starter batteries should not be thrown into garbage can. Please
leave them at an appropriate depot.

WARNING

Before servicing this TV receiver, read the X-RAY RADIATION PRECAUTION, SAFETY
INSTRUTION and PRODUCT SAFETY NOTICE.

X-RAY RADIATION PRECAUTION


1.

Excessively high voltage can produce potentially hazardous X-RAY RADIATION. To avoid
such hazards, the high voltage must not exceed the specified limit. The normal value of the high
voltage of this TV receiver is 26 kV at zero beam current (minimum brightness).
The high voltage must not exceed 29 kV under an circumstances : Each time when a receiver
require servicing, the high voltage should be checked. The reading of the high voltage is
recommended to be recorded as a part of the service record. It is important to use an accurate
and reliable high voltage meter.

2.

The only source of X-RAY RADIATION in this TV receiver is the picture tube. For continued
X-RAY RADIATION protection, the replacement tube must be exactly the same type as
specified in the parts list.

3.

Some parts in this TV receiver have special safety related characteristics for X-RAY
RADIATION protection. For continued safety, the parts replacement should be under taken only
after referring the PRODUCUT SAFETY NOTICE.

SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
The service should not be attempted by anyone unfamiliar with the necessary instructions on this
TV receiver. The following are the necessary instructions to be observed before servicing.
1.

An isolation transformer should be connected in the power line between the receiver and the AC
line when a service is performed on the primary of the converter transformer of the set.

2.

Comply with all caution and safety related provided on the back of the cabinet, inside the
cabinet, on the chassis or picture tube.

3.

To avoid a shock hazard, always discharge the picture tubes anode to the chassis ground before
removing the anode cap.

4.

Completely discharge the high potential voltage of the picture tube before handling. The picture
tube is a vacuum and if broken, the glass will explode.

5.

When replacing a MAIN PCB in the cabinet, always be certain that all protective are installed
properly such as control knobs, adjustment covers or shields, barriers isolation resistor networks
etc.

6.

When servicing is required, observe the original lead dressing. Extra precaution should be given
to assure correct lead dressing in the high voltage area.

7.

Keep wires away from high voltage or high temperature components.

8.

Before returning the set to the customer, always perform an AC leakage current check on the
exposed metallic parts of the cabinet, such as antennas, terminals, screw heads, metal overlays,
control shafts etc., to be sure the set is safe to operate without danger of electrical shock. Plug
the AC line cord directly to the AC outlet (do not use a line isolation transformer during this
check). Use an AC voltmeter having 5k ohms per volt sensitivity or more in the following
manner. Connect a 1.5k ohm 10 watt resistor paralleled by a 0.15uF AC type capacitor, between
a good earth ground (water pipe, conductor etc.) and the exposed metallic parts, one at a time.
Measure the AC voltage across the combination of 1.5k ohms resistor and 0.15uF capacitor.
Reverse the AC plug at the AC outlet and repeat AC voltage measurements for each exposed
metallic part. The measured Voltage must not exceed 0.3V RMS. This corresponds to 0.5mA AC.
Any value exceeding this limit constitutes a potential shock hazard and must be corrected
immediately.

The resistance measurement should be done


between accessible exposed metal parts and
power cord plug prongs with the power
switch ON. The resistance should be more
than 6M ohms.

PROODUCT SAFETY NOTICE


Many electrical and mechanical parts in this TV receiver have special safety-related
characteristics. These characteristics are often passed unnoticed by a visual inspection and the
protection afforded by them cannot necessarily be obtained by using replacement components
rated for higher voltage, wattage, etc.

Replacement part which have these special safety

characteristics are identified in this manual and its.


Supplements : Electrical components having such features are identified by shading on the
schematic diagram and the part list. Before replacing any of these components, read the parts
list in this manual carefully. The use of substitute replacement parts which do not have same
safety characteristics as specified in the parts list may create shock, fire or other hazards.

2.

GENERAL ALIGNMENT
CPT MAGNET ADJUSTMENT

CONVERGENCE MAGNET ASSEMBLY POSITIONING


Convergence magnet assembly and rubber wedges need mechanical positioning following figure 1.

FIG 1 Rubber Wedges Location


COLOR-PURITY-ADJUSTMENT
NOTE : Before attempting any purity adjustments, the receiver should be operated for at least 15
minutes.
1. Demagnetize the picture tube and cabinet using a degaussing coil.
2. Turn the CONTRAST and BRIGHTNESS controls to maximum.
3. Adjust RED and BLUE Bias controls to provide only a green rather.
4. Loosen the clamp screw holding the yoke, and slide the yoke backward to provide vertical green
belt(zone) in the picture screen.
5. Remote the Rubber Wedges.
6. Rotate and spread the tabs of the purity magnet(See figure 2) around the neck of the picture tube
until the green belt is in the center of the screen. At the same time, center the raster vertically.
7. Move, the yoke slowly forward until a uniform green screen is obtained. Tighten the clamp screw
of the yoke temporarily.
8. Check the purity of the red and blue raster by adjusting the BIAS controls.
9. Obtain a white raster, referring to "CTR GRAY SCAL ADJUSTMENT".
10. Proceed with convergence adjustment

FIG 2
CONVERGENCE ADJUSTMENTS
NOTE : Before attempting any convergence adjustments, the receiver should be operate for at least
15 minutes.

CENTER CONVERGENCE ADJUSTMENT


1. Receiver crosshatch pattern with a color bar signal generator.
2. Adjust the BRIGHTNESS and CONTRAST Controls for well defined pattern.
3. Adjust two tabs of the 4-Pole Magnets to change the angle between them (See figure 3) and
superimpose red and blue vertical lines in the center area of the picture screen.
4. Turn both tabs at the same time keep in their angles constant to superimpose red and blue
horizontal lines at the center of the screen. (See figure 4.)
5. Adjust two tabs of 6-Pole Magnets to superimpose red/blue line with green one. Adjusting the
angle affects the vertical lines and rotating both magnets affects the horizontal lines
6. Repeat adjustment 3, 4, 5 Keeping in mind red, green and blue moment, because 4-Pole Magnets
and 6-Pole Magnets interact and make dot movement complex.

FIG 3

FIG 4

CIRCUMFERENCE CONVERGENCE ADJUSTMENT


NOTE : This adjustment requires Rubber Wedge Kit.
1. Loosen the clamping screw of deflection yoke to allow the yoke to tilt.
2. Place a wedge as shown in figure (1) temporarily.
(Do not remove cover paper on adhesive part of the wedge.)
3. Tilt front of the deflection yoke up or down to obtain better convergence in circumference.(See
figure 4) Push the mounted wedge into the space between picture tube and the yoke to hold the
yoke temporarily.
4. Place other wedge into bottom space and remove the cover paper to stick.
5. Tilt front of the yoke right or left to obtain better convergence in circumference.(See figure 4).
6. Hold the yoke position and put another wedge in either upper space. Remove

cover paper and

stick the wedges, recheck overall convergence.


7. Detach the temporarily mounted wedge and put it in another upper space. Stick it on picture tube
to fix the yoke.
8. After placing three wedges, recheck overall convergence. Tighten the screw firmly to hold the
yoke tightly in place.
9. Stick 3 adhesive tapes on wedges as shown in figure 1.

CHASSIS ADJUSTMENT MANUAL


How to enter the service the service mode using the user remote control
Push buttons of remote control in sequences as follows
DISPLAY-MUTE-SLEEP-FUSSY

1.HEAT RUN(AUTO POWER ON MODE) : F4


- It need in assembly line during heat run that protect to auto power off after no
signal 15 minutes and
auto power on for input power of sets on/off by line condition which
sometimes line power connection of palette with main power line would be
badly contacted by shaking during the sets through on assembly lines.
- Heat run function is operated by pressing the F4 key.
- To cancel this function press the F4 key one more or power on/off.
- It must be canceled before final output.

1.HEAT RUN(AUTO POWER ON MODE) : F4


- It need in assembly line during heat run that protect to auto power off after no signal 15 minutes and auto power on for input
power of sets on/off by line condition which sometimes line power connection of palette with main power line would be badly
contacted by shaking during the sets through on assembly lines.
- Heat run function is operated by pressing the F4 key.
- To cancel this function press the F4 key one more or power on/off.
-

It must be canceled before final output.

2. GEOMETRY

ADJUSTMENT (F2)

If press F2key,

The 2 adjustment modes

are toggled

that

GEOMETRY and

PINCUSHIONmode.

2-1. V-SIZE
- Select the V-SIZE by pressing CH UP/DOWN key
- Adjust the V-SIZE by pressing VOL UP/DOWN key for approximately one-half inch over scan at top and bottom
of picture screen.

2-2. V-CENTER
-.For receive PAL-N (50Hz) RETMA pattern, press the CH key on the remote control
- Select the V-CENTER by pressing CH UP/DOWN key.
- Adjust V-CENTER so that the circle of Retma signal

may be centered in the verical direction..

2-3.V-OFFSET
-.For receive

NTSC-M

- Select the V-OFFSET

or PAL-M (60Hz) RETMA pattern, press the CH key on the remote control
by pressing CH UP/DOWN key.

- Adjust V-OFFSET so that the circle of Retma signal

may be centered in the verical direction..

-.By this adjustment, we can compensate the difference of

vertical center

according to reception signal which is

50Hz or 60Hz.

2-4. H-CENTER
- Select the H-CENTER by pressing CH UP/DOWN key.
- Adjust the H-CENTER by pressing VOL UP/DOWN key to be coincident with screen center and mechanical center.

2-5. V-LIN.
-.Adjust vertical linearity by pressing VOL UP/DOWN key.

3.PIN CUSHION
3-1.

ADJUSTMENT(F2)

H.WIDTH

- For receive RETMA pattern, press the CH key on the remote control.
- Select the H-WIDTH

by pressing CH UP/DOWN key.

- Adjust the H-WIDTH by pressing VOL UP/DOWN key so that the left and right side of picture may position an
interval of 4-BAR and 5 BAR.
3-2. PINCUSHION
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- For receive CROSS HATCH pattern,press the CHkey on the remocon.


- Select the

PINSHION by pressing CH UP/DOWN key.

-. When the vertical lines of the left and right side are distorted, adjust the PINSHION by pressing VOL UP/DOWN key.
so hat the vertical lines may be straight.

3-3. PIN. TILT


- For receive CROSS HATCH pattern,press the CHkey on the remocon.
- Select the

PIN.TILT by pressing CH UP/DOWN key.

-.When the screen shape is not rectangular but


to correct the unbalanced

3-4.PIN.TOP

trapezoid, adjust the

PIN.TILT by pressing VOL UP/DOWN key.

shape.

& PIN.BOT.

- For receive CROSS HATCH pattern,press the CHkey on the remocon.


- Select the

PIN.TOP or

PIN.BOT by pressing CH UP/DOWN key.

-. When the vertical lines of

theTOP or BOTTOM side are not straight but distorted, adjust PIN.TOP &PIN.BOT.

by pressing VOL UP/DOWN key to correct the unbalanced

TOP or BOTTOM vertical lines.

.
3-5.PIN.COR.SW.
-.It is no need to adjust, set this data 1
-.Check if

the top and bottom side of the vertical lines are straight .

3-6.H.WIDTH COMP.
-.It is no need to adjust, set this data 6
-.Check if the H.Width

is the same

according to the reception of

low beam and High beam signal.

4.. SCREEN ADJUSTMENT(F3)


- Receive the video no signal.
- Select the SERVICE mode by pressing CH UP/DOWN key.
- Make the horizontal line by pressing VOL UP/DOWN key.
- Adjust the SCREEN , till horizontal line is just disappeared.

5. WHITE BALANCE ADJUSTMENT.(F3)


- Receive a black and white pattern or white balance adjusting pattern.
- Before attempting white balance adjustment, the receiver should be operate for at least 15minites.
- Check the all of position to the reference value (nominal center)
- The reference color of the measurement equipment set to G.
- Adjust the R DC,G DC, G DC at bias mode.
- Adjust the R DRV,B DRV at drive mode.

5-1. WHITE BALANCE ADJUSTMENT FOR DVD MODE .(F1)

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-.This procedure is need to compensate

the W/Balance difference between

TV/VIDEO/S-VHSmode

and

DVD mode.
1) Input

the GREY SCALE PATTERN signal

2) Select DVD input

mode

to

both VIDEO1 or 2

and

DVD input jack

by pressing TV/VIDEO button.

3) Select the B-Y DC LEVEL or R-Y DC LEVEL mode by pressing CH UP/DOWN key in FACTORY1 mode.
4) Change
Of

both

B-Y DC LEVEL and

R-Y DC LEVEL data in order to get the same W/Balance value as that

VIDEO mode.

6 . SUB BRIGHT ADJUSTMENT.


6-1 METHOD 1
- Receive the RETMA PATTERN.
- Select the NORMAL mode in the fuzzy.
- Select the SUB BRIGHT mode by pressing CH UP/DOWN key in FACTORY1 mode.
- Adjust the SUB BRIGHT value before disappeared black 20% level by pressing VOL UP/DOWN key.
6-2

METHOD 2
- Change Mode to VIDEO NO SIGNAL
- Select the NORMAL mode in the fuzzy key.
- Select the SUB BRIGHT mode by pressing CH UP/DOWN key in FACTORY1 mode.
- Adjust the SUB BRIGHT value till disappeared to back screen by pressing VOL UP/DOWN.

7. AGC ADJUSTMENT.(F1 key)


- Receive the RF color bar signal.
- Strength of input signal control 60dBu-63dBu.
- Measure the AGC voltage with scope at tuner AGC pin.
- Select the AGC point less tuner AGC voltage.
- Select the AGC AUTO mode, and then press the vol up/down key
- AGC is arranged automatically

and then

Confirmation of the strong signal.

8. FOCUS ADJUSTMENT
-.For receive RETMA pattern, press the CH KEY on the remote control.
-.Adjust

the FOCUS VOLUME on the FBT and make the picture on the screen finest.

9. USER RESET.
- It be cleared all user control to initial for all output sets will be same user control condition.
-.It need after final inspection.

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LA76933 7X(X:JN)/LA76933 7FB Tentative

LA76933 7X(X:JN)/LA76933 7FB


Pin Assignment

Internal connections

PIN

FUNCTION

PIN

FUNCTION

PIN

SIF Output

64

VIF Input1

VIF AGC

63

VIF Input2

PInt01

SIF Input

62

IF Ground

FM Filter

61

5 FM Output / Selected Audio 60

FUNCTION PAD Name


BIP

COM

C_Sync

PSYNC

P33

PInt02

CLOCK

PCL

P32

RF AGC Output

PInt03

DATA

PDA

P31

Video Output

PInt04

PI

PInt05

FS

PFS

BL

Output
6

Audio Output

59

AFT Filter

PInt06

INT_B

PB

SIF APC Filter

58

APC Filter

PInt07

INT_G

PG

IF Vcc

57

Black Level Det. Filter

PInt08

INT_R

PR

Ext. Audio Input / VM

56

Internal Video Input

PInt09

HS

PHS

HS

PInt10

VS

PVS

VS

Output
10

ABL

55

Video/Vertical Vcc

PInt11

ENABLE

PENA

P30

11

RGB Vcc

54

External Video Input

PInt12

PDC

PPDC

PEIN

12

Red Output

53

Chroma APC Filter

PInt13

CVBS

PCVBS

CVIN

13

Green Output

52

Selected Video Output or

PInt14

CPU TST B PCPUB

TSTB

fsc Output

PInt15

CPU TST G PCPUG

TSTG

14

Blue Output

51

Cr Input

PInt16

CPU TST R PCPUR

TSTR

15

E/W Output

50

4.43MHz Crystal

PInt17

Reset

PRES

RESi

16

V Ramp Osc. Capacitor

49

Cb Input

PInt18

AFT

PAFT

AN3

17

Vertical Output

48

DVD-Y

PInt19

VDD

PVDD

VDDi

18

VCO IREF

47

NC

Pint20

4MHZ

P4M

Clock
19

Horizontal/BUS Vcc

46

YC-Y

Pint21

R out

PROUT

20

Horizontal AFC Filter

45

YC-C

Pint22

B out

PBOUT

21

Horizontal Output

44

Flyback Pulse Input

Pint23

Vref

PVREF

CCD Vcc

Pint24

B input

PB_IN

22 Video/Vertical/BUS Ground 43
23

P00/INT0

42

CPU Ground

Pint25

R input

PR_IN

24

P01/INT1

41

FIL

Pint26

Vcc*2

PVCC2

25

P02

40

RES

26

P03/INT3

39

P07/AN7

27

P14/PWM1

38

P06/AN6

28

P15/PWM2

37

P05/AN5

29

P17

36

P04/AN4

30

P16/PWM3

35

VDD

31

P12/SDA1

34

XT2

32

P13/SCK1

33

XT1

13

72

LA42032
Block Diagram
Standby

VCC

Input amplifier
12 +OUT1
IN1 2
Output amplifier

Ri=
30k

11 -OUT1
MUTE 6
VCC/ground shorting protection circuit
Load shorting protection circuit
Thermal protection circuit

PRE
GND 3

IN2 4

PWR
10 GND

+OUT2

-OUT2

Output amplifier

Ri=
30k
Input amplifier

1
Ripple
Filter

Test Circuit

LA42032
Ripple
Filter
1
C3 +
47F
/16V
*

IN1

PRE
GND

IN2

C1
4.7F
/10V

STBY MUTE
5

C2
4.7F
/10V

VCC

+OUT2 -OUT2

6
7
8
C4
C5
10F
1000F
/10V
/16V
R1
15k

PWR
GND

9
RL
C8
0.1F
R4
2.2

10

C9
0.1F
R5
2.2

-OUT1 +OUT1
11
RL
C7
0.1F
R3
2.2

N.C.

12

13

C6
0.1F
R2
2.2

+5V

* LA42032 employs the zero-bias type input circuit, with the input pin potential being nearly zero (about 0.01V).
Accordingly, the polarity must be determined according to the DC potential of a circuit connected to the previous stage
of LA42032.

14

No.A0855-3/7

15

4
Rch-C

Rch-B

3
+

Rch-A

GND

Lch-C

33

+
34

35

Lch-B

R Line
out

+
-

+
-

32

L Line
out

36

Lch-A

MONO-SW

+
6

DC

R-DC

30

ST-2

ST-1

Pseud
Stereo

DC

31

L-DC

LPFC

P Stereo

P Stereo

26

L-BC2

Matrix

10
R-BC1

R-BC2

11

+
-

13

MUTE

MUTE

24

14

23

R-OUT R-VRIN R-VROUT

12

TOTAL

Bypass

SURROUND

TONE CONT

TOTAL

Bypass

+
+
-

L+R

15

22

L-VRIN L-VROUT L+R LPF

25

L-OUT

SURROUND

Matrix

ANALOG
SURROUND
(AViSS)

R-TC1

Bypass

27

L-BC1

TONE CONT

28

R-TC1

Bypass

29

HPFC

AGND

VREF

+
-

16

21

VSS

19

DATA

VCC

17
VDD

CONTROL

18

DATA
CONTROL

20

CLK

1116N

DIP-36s

CONFIDENTIAL

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4.TROUBLE SHOOTING
NO POWER

Check fuse F801

OK
Check

NG
replace

the

Replace the F801

D812,D813,D814,D815

OK

NG

Check the I501 #35

Check and replace the I804,I806,R820,

voltage (5V)

Q401 etc.

OK

NG

Check the I501 #19

Check

and

Power on:5V

D810 diode

OK

replace

NG

Check the I501 #21

Check and replace the

H. output waveform

Q803,Q804,D503

OK
Check the Q401,Q402,

NG
Replace I501

T401,T402

OK
OK

NG
Replace Q401,Q402

17

NO PICTURE(RASTER & SOUND OK)

Check whether the brightness & contrast are controllable or not?

OK

NG

Check the voltage of heater,


185V,9V(D904) on CRT board

OK

NG

Check the ABL VOLTAGE

Check and replace


the R404,D401
NG

OK
Check
Check the video input waveform:

the

ABL

circuit:D504,C416

I501 #56(internal) or #54(external)

OK
Check the I501 B+(5V)

NG
Check and replace Q501

:#55(V/C/D B+)

OK
Check and replace the I401,Q804

NG
Replace the I501

Q803

OK
Check and replace the I102(sda
scl B+ etc.),SF101

18

NO VERTICAL SCAN(one horizontal line raster)

Check

the

vertical

drive

waveform of I501 #17

OK
NG
Check

the

vertical-input

waveform of I301 #1

Check the 5V line of I501 #55


And replace the I501

OK
Check the 28V line of I301 #2

OK
Check

the

NG
vertical-output

Check and replace the R406,D403

waveform of I301 #5

OK
Check the connecting stage of

NG
Check and replace I301,R306

D.Y. wafer

19

NO SOUND(picture OK):AV STEREO

Check

the

waveform

of IA01

#2&#35(TV audio)

OK
Check

the

NG

waveform

of

I601

#2 & #4(audio input)

Check the FM-output waveform


of I501 #5

Check the SIF waveform of I501


#1,#3(4.5MHz)
OK
OK
Check and replace I501

OK

NG

OK G
Check the mute pin of I601 #6
L:normal,H:mute
OK
Check the B+(12V) of I601 #7

OK
Check the speaker and speaker

NG
Check and replace I501

NG
Check and replace D808,R621

connector

20

NO SOUND(picture OK):RF STEREO mdel

Check the SIF waveform of IS01


#47

OK

NG

Check the reset of IS01 #20:High

Check the SIF waveform of I501

Check IS01 #7(scl),#8(sda)

#1(4.5MHz)

Check and replace I501

OK
Check the B+ of IS01
#6,#16,#33,#46

Check

I501

OK
Check the audio R/L waveform
I601 #2,#4

NG
Check and replace
D601,DS03,Q803,Q804

OK
Check the mute and standby pin

NG
Check and replace IS01

I601 #5,#6

OK
Check the B+of I601 #7

NG
Check and replace I501

OK

Check the speaker and speaker

Check and replace D808,R621

connector

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21",29"BLOCK DIAGRAM
IF input

25V

25V

IA01(LV1116N)
(AV STEREO)
.AUDIO INPUT & SW
.AUDIO OUTPUT SW
.AUDIO VOLUME
CONTROL

JAV01
-AUDIO1

R,L AUDIO

R SPEAKER

IS01(MSP3425G)
(RF STEREO)
.STEREO/SAP DECODER
.AUDIO INPUT & SW
.AUDIO OUTPUT SW
.AUDIO VOLUME CONTROL

JAV01
-AUDIO2
(OPTION)

P401
D.Y.

ABL

I301(LA78045)
VERTICAL OUT

5V

AODIO IN
MONO ONLY

I103(LA7016)
(OPTION)
.VIDEO SW

JAV02
-VIDEO2
(OPTION)

T401
FBT

11V

V.DRIVE

JAV01
-VIDEO1

Q401/T402
H.OUPUT

H.V

Q402
H.DRIVE

HEATER

IR input

H.DRIVE

123V

.CPU
.IF input
.VIDEO/CHROMA/DEFLECTION
.AUDIO PROCESSOR
.AUDIO/VIDEO SW
.VIDEO OUTPUT
.EW OUTPUT

45V

I201
PREAMP

Q303

SCREEN

EW DRIVE

I501(LA76933)

I502
EEPROM

180V

RF_AGC

33V

12V

RF_AGC

Key input
IR input

CRT BOARD

Q901~Q906
VIDEO AMP

RGB OUTPUT

FOCUS

SF101
SAW
FILTER

I102
RF input TUNER

R,L AUDIO

I601(AUDIO AMP)
LA42032

L SPEAKER

STAND_BY 5V

12V

R701
12V
Q803
12V SW

F801
FUSE
90V~250Vac

T801
SMPS TRANS
AC

LINE FILTER

D813~D816
(RECTIFIER
DIODE)

I806
STR-W6754

123V
45V

SW 12V
TO FBT
TO H_DRIVE/33V

12V
TO SOUND AMP

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