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37GT-25S

SERVICE MANUAL

SEJB37GT25S00

Issued: 31st Oct. 00

GA-1 CHASSIS

PAL SYSTEM COLOUR TELEVISION
In the interests of user safety (required by safety regulations in some countries) the set should restored to its original condition and only parts identical to those specified should be used.

CONTENTS

ELECTRICAL SPECIFICATION.3 IMPORTANT SERVICING NOTES..4 SERVICE ADJUSTMENTS..5 PRINTED WIRING BOARDS..12 PARTS ALLOCATION TABLES..16 SOLID STATE DEVICE BASE DIAGRAM.20 SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM, WAVE FORMS.21 BLOCK DIAGRAM..26 TROUBLESHOOTING TABLES..28 PART LIST..30

SHARP CORPORATION

This document has been published to be used for after sales service only.
SERVICE MANUAL UPDATE LOG SHEET
Technical Report # Technical Bulletin #

Cause / Solution

Part #

Page #

Application Data /Serial #
Use this page to keep any special servicing information as Thecnical Report (Bulletin), Technical Information, etc. If only part number changes are required, just change part number directly on Part List Section. If you need more information, please refer to the Technical Report (Bulletin).
ELECTRICAL SPECIFICATIONS
Power Input..220V-240 Volts AC 50Hz Power Consumption Normal Operation.34W Stand-by Operation..7.0W Adjacent Sound Carrier Trap.40.4MHz Sound Carrier Trap..33.4MHz
Audio Power Output Rating.2W (MPO) Speaker..32 2W, 8cm Round, 1pc Convergence..Self Converging System Focus.Bi-Potencial Electrostatic Sweep Deflection..Magnetic Picture Intermediate Frecuency.38.9MHz
Adjacent Picture Carrier Trap..31.9MHz
Aerial Input Impedance VHF/UHF..75 ohm Unbalanced Tuning Ranges.48.25MHz thru 855.25 MHz VHF...CH02-CH12, S1-S41 UHF..CH21-CH69
White Level Set the brightness control, with no signal connected, so that the CRT cathode current is 600mA. The maximum correction applied to each cathode current to achieve a screen temperature of 8550 degrees K-1 MPCD should not exceed 15% of its original value.

X=0.290

Y=0.300
Specifictions are subject to change without prior notice.

WARNING

The chassis in this receiver is partially live, always use an isolation transformer when servicing this chassis. To prevent electric shock, do not remove cover. No user-serviceable parts inside. Refer servicing to qualified service personnel.
IMPORTANT SERVICING NOTES
Only qualified service personnel are allowed to carry out mintenance and repair of this receiver.
SERVICING OF HIGH VOLTAGE SYSTEM AND CRT
It is important that the static charge is removed from the high voltage system when carrying out work on the receiver. This can be achieved by connecting a 10K resistor (with a suitably insulated lead) from the CRT cavity connector to the CRT ground tag. This must be carried out with the AC supply disconnected from the reciver. Note the following: The CRT in this receiver employs Integral Implosion Protection. If the CRT has to be changed it MUST be replaced with the correct type for continued safe working DO NOT lift the CRT by its neck. When handing the CRT, ensure that shatterproof goggles are worn. Ensure that the CRT is discharge before handling.
This receiver is designed to keep any x-ray emission to an absolute minimum. Some fault conditions and servicing procedures may produce potentially hazardous x-ray radiation levels. This is a problem when in close proximity to the receiver for long periods of time. To reduce any risks associated with this, please observe the following precautions: 1. When undertaking any servicing on this chassis, DO NOT increase the EHT to more than 29.5 KV, (at a instantaneous beam current of 1000). 2. Ensure that during normal operation the EHT does not exceed 27.5KV1.5KV (at a beam current of 800). Tjis level has been pre-set in the factory. Always check that this level has not been exceeded after carrying out any repair on the receiver. 3. DO NOT replace the CRT with any other type than that specified in the parts listing as this may cause excessive x-ray radiation.

BEFORE RETURNING THE RECEIVER TO THE CUSTOMER
In addition to the above checks, the following should also be carried out before returning the receiver to the customer. 1. Inspect all the leads to ensure that they are dressed correctly and that they are not obstructed or pinched by any other parts. 2. Ensure that all protective devices are in good condition. These will include non-metallic control knobs, insulating fish papers, cabinets backs, compartment covers or shieds, mechanical insulators, etc.

SERVICE ADJUSTMENT

SERVICE MODE FUNCTION
1. Connect a test pattern to the antenna terminal. 2. Tune the receiver to this signal. 3. Turn the receiver off using the mains switch. 4. Press the volume down and channel up buttons on the front of the receiver at the same time. 5. Keeping these buttons pressed, turn the mains on. 6. When the set starts up it will be in service mode. 7. Release the two buttons.
Use the channel up and down buttons to move between the options. Use the volume control buttons to change the data. The data is stored automatically when the service mode is exited or at switch off. To exit the service mode, press the standby or menu button on the remote control. On Screen Display -SERVAGC AFT H-SHIFT V-SHIFT V-AMPL V- SLOP S-CORR Y-DLY GAIN R GAIN G GAIN B NVM Hexadecimal Adjustment Range 00 3F 00 7F 00 3F 00 3F 00 3F 00 3F 00 3F 00 3F 00 3F 00 3F 00 3F 00 FF
Function Indicates operative Service Mode Auto Gain Control Auto Frequency Control Horizontal Shift Vertical Shift Vertical Amplitude Vertical Symmetry S Correction Luminance/Chrominance Delay Red Gain Green Gain Blue Gain NVM Data Change
To ensure correct operation of the AFT, this must be adjusted to 40.

On Screen Display

Hexadecimal Adjustment Range
Adjustment of Data within the NVM memory
To access the NVM memory, press the channel up button on the remote control until the NVM setting is reached. Note that the NVM address is shown in green and the NVM value is shown in red. Each of the NVM values are stored as a hexadecimal code, each code comprises of two hexadecimal numbers. Each of these numbers will break down into a four bit binary code as in the example below.
Hex code Binary code Button on remote to toggle Bit

1010 7654

0101 3210
In the example given above, the hexadecimal code is A5, the binary equivalent is 1010 0101. The remote control button to toggle each bit on or off (1 or a 0) is shown below the binary code. Therefore to change this to A6, remote control buttons 1 then 0 would have to be pressed.

NVM LIST DESCRIPTION PAGE 0 ADDRESS 0A 0B DESCRIPTION RTEMP: TEMPERATURE RED GTEMP: TEMPERATURE GREEN BTEMP : TEMPERATURE BLUE VSHIFT: VERTICAL SHIFT HSHIFT: HORIZONTAL SHIFT VTAMP: VERTICAL AMPLITUDE VSLOPE: VERTICAL SLOPE Y_DELAY: LUMA DELAY Y_DELAY_S: LUMA DELAY SECAM S_CORR: S-CORRECTION E_CAG : CAG ADJUSTEMENT VALUE EA_OPT: TV OPTIONS 0: FP: SYSTEM B/G (0)- B/G+L, MESSAGE RECHERCHE 1: AV FRONTAL: NOT INCLUDED(0), INCLUDED(1) 2: TUNING LOCK (HOTEL): LOCKED+SWITCH-ON PR1(1) NO LOCKED (0) 3: UHF-ONLY: BAND UHF(1) ALL BANDS(0) 4: PAL ONLY(1), PAL+ SECAM(0) 5: CHILD LOCK: CHILD LOCK ACTIVE(1) CHILD LOCK NO ACT(0) 6: AUTO FIRST: TUNING FIRST MENU: AUTO (1) MANUAL (0) 7: ING_OSD: OSD_ENGLISH(1) OSD-SYMBOL(0) EAFT: AFT ADJ FOR B/G & L SYSTEMS EAFT_: AFT ADJ FOR L' SYSTEMS EVOLMAX: MAX. VOLUME LIMIT CHECKSUM: SIGNATURE RTEMP2: TEMPERATURE RED GTEMP2: TEMPERATURE GREEN BTEMP2: TEMPERATURE BLUE VSHIFT2: VERTICAL SHIFT HSHIFT2: HORIZONTAL SHIFT VTAMP2: VERTICAL AMPLITUDE VSLOPE2: VERTICAL SLOPE Y_DELAY2: LUMA DELAY Y_DELAY_S2: LUMA DELAY SECAM VALUE 09 3B 1E 02 0F 70

0C 0D 0E 0F 18

40 1F FF A3B 1E 08 08

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ADDRESS 19 1A 1B

1C 1D 1E 1F 2A 2B

2C 2D 2E 2F 3A
DESCRIPTION S_CORR2: S-CORRECTION E_CAG2: CAG ADJUSTEMENT VALUE EA_OPT2: TV OPTIONS 0: FP: SYSTEM B/G (0)- B/G+L, MESSAGE RECHERCHE 1: AV FRONTAL: NOT INCLUDED(0), INCLUDED(1) 2: TUNING LOCK (HOTEL): LOCKED+SWITCH-ON PR1(1) NO LOCKED (0) 3: UHF-ONLY: BAND UHF(1) ALL BANDS(0) 4: PAL ONLY(1), PAL+ SECAM(0) 5: CHILD LOCK: CHILD LOCK ACTIVE(1) CHILD LOCK NO ACT(0) 6: AUTO FIRST: TUNING FIRST MENU: AUTO (1) MANUAL (0) 7: ING_OSD: OSD_ENGLISH(1) OSD-SYMBOL(0) EAFT2: AFT ADJ FOR B/G & L SYSTEMS EAFT2_L: AFT ADJ FOR L' SYSTEMS EVOLMAX2: MAX. VOLUME LIMIT CHECKSUM: SIGNATURE RTEMP3: TEMPERATURE RED GTEMP3: TEMPERATURE GREEN BTEMP3: TEMPERATURE BLUE VSHIFT3: VERTICAL SHIFT HSHIFT3: HORIZONTAL SHIFT VTAMP3: VERTICAL AMPLITUDE VSLOPE3: VERTICAL SLOPE Y_DELAY3: LUMA DELAY PAL Y_DELAY_S3: LUMA DELAY SECAM S_CORR3: S-CORRECTION E_CAG3: CAG ADJUSTEMENT VALUE EA_OPT3: TV OPTIONS 0: FP: SYSTEM B/G (0)- B/G+L, MESSAGE RECHERCHE 1: AV FRONTAL: NOT INCLUDED(0), INCLUDED(1) 2: TUNING LOCK (HOTEL): LOCKED+SWITCH-ON PR1(1) NO LOCKED (0) 3: UHF-ONLY: BAND UHF(1) ALL BANDS(0) 4: PAL ONLY(1), PAL+ SECAM(0) 5: CHILD LOCK: CHILD LOCK ACTIVE(1) CHILD LOCK NO ACT(0) 6: AUTO FIRST: TUNING FIRST MENU: AUTO (1) MANUAL (0) 7: ING_OSD: OSD_ENGLISH(1) OSD-SYMBOL(0) EAFT3: AFT ADJ FOR B/G & L SYSTEMS EAFT3_L: AFT ADJ FOR L' SYSTEMS EVOLMAX3: LMAX. VOLUME LIMIT CHECKSUM: SIGNATURE FT1_I_NVM-T1_I_NVM-1: LENGTH TABLE CHECKSUM: SIGNATURE 1 EAGING,AGING_ON (AGING MODE) VOLOFFSET: VOLUME OFFSET EAVOL: VOLUME VALUE (DECIMAL) CONT: CONTRAST COLOR: COLOR SATURATION BRIGHT: BRIGHTNESS LUPK: 0,0,P5,P4,P3,P2,P1,P0 LUMA PEAKING VALUE LUPK E_P_ACT: CURRENT PROGRAMME E_START: TV STATUS

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PIF/AGC Adjustment

1. AFT Adjustment

AFT must be adjusted to a fixed value of 40.

Screen Adjustment

3. Focus Adjustment 1. Apply mains voltage of 220V AC/50HZ to TV. 2. Receive Philips pattern signal to a level between

60 and 80 dBV.

3. Set contrast to 10/10, brightness to 5/10 and
colour 0/10. 4. Adjust focus potentiometer to obtain maximum definition.
2. RF-AGC Cut-In Adjustment (I2C BUS) 1. Receive the COLOUR BAR signal (Channel E12). Signal strength: 53 dBV.
4. G2 Adjustment 1. Apply mains voltage of 220V AC/50HZ to TV. 2. Receive the MONOSCOPE pattern signal to a
level between 60 and 80 dBV. R/C and set to level.
2. Enter into Service Mode. 3. Push CH until AGC appears on screen. 4. Push
key of R/C.Setting is made automatically. During this setting the colour bar shall go from red to yellow. When setting is finished, colour bar disappears and B-STOP (bus stop)is shown on screen.
3. Enter into Service Mode. Press the TEXT key of 4. Set to the point where the raster disappears on

the screen VR of FBT.

5. Check BKGD. If it is necessary adjust BKGD
according to instructions detailed in the next page.
5. Switch set OFF and ON again, setting is now

memorized.

GEOMETRY ADJUSTMENT PROCEDURE
1. HOR SHIFT a) Receive Philips pattern signal. button is pressed, picture moves to the left. b) When
button is pressed, picture moves to the right. c) When d) Adjust the horizontal location to obtain picture centering (Fig.1).

Fig. 1

2. VERT SHIFT a) Receive Philips pattern signal. b) When button is pressed, picture moves up. c) When button is pressed, picture moves down. d) Adjust the vertical location to obtain picture centering (Fig.2). 3. VERT AM a) Receive Philips pattern signal. button is pressed, vertical size of picture increases. b) When

Fig. 2

button is pressed, vertical size of picture decreases. c) When d) Adjust the vertical size to obtain picture overscan (Fig.3). 4. VERT SLOP a) Receive Philips pattern signal.

Fig. 3

button is pressed, upper picture scanning decreases and b) When lower picture scanning increases.
c) When button is pressed, upper picture scanning increases and lower picture scanning decreases. d) Adjust the vertical symmetry to obtain symmetrical scanning between upper and lower picture (Fig.4).

Fig. 4

COLOUR ADJUSTMENT PROCEDURES
1. Y-DLY a) Receive Philips pattern signal. b) When button is pressed, luma phase delays.
c) When button is pressed, chroma phase delays. d) Adjust the chroma-luma delay. 2. B-GAIN, G-GAIN, R-GAIN a) Adjust G2. b) Tune a white pattern c) Adjust colour to minimum. d) Position colourmeter in the center of screen. e) Using brightness and contrast buttons, select a luminance of 120 nits. f) Operate again in Service Mode and select location R-GAIN and B-GAIN to obtain colour coordinates: X = 0.290 0.015 Y = 0.300 0.015 g) Exit Service Mode and check colour coordinates X and Y at 20 and 120 nits. It may be necessary to repeat the same procedure or re-adjust the cuts as show the be below one.
NOTE: Locations R alter X coordinates; G alter Y coordinates; B alter X and Y coordinates.
F 7320NOB PRINTED WIRING BOARD. Components side.

S1001 S1002 S1003 S1004

RMC1 D1011

QKITP7320BMN F7320BMN0

F7321BM B

L701 VA701 C702

L702 J816

R751 T751

T3.15AL T3.15AH

FH1001

FH1002

K7321BM

R753 C874

C719 D710 C712 +

C706 R705

R704 Q701 D718

C708 R707

T700 16

C713 C711 +

C718 + +

D755 +

J416 B

E E Q703 Q702

R719 R710

Q603 C

C618 C514 +

FB601/212

L601 D507 E

D501 R501 Q5091

R506 Q505 C

J812 D609 R632 Q601

D505 Q504

R610 J328

K7320BM

1 Y 0 X 5 6

D620 +

11 J210

J Q5 E

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J418 R1083 J419

C403 J401. F2 J134 B2 FB301 Q3011 E Q301 E Q302 C Q3021 J301.

ITP7320BMN0 F7320BMN0

F7321BMN0 B

P883 4

P851 L881 R885

J207 J106 J148

R305 J411 FB1001

Q871 Q870

L1002 J149 R314
J347 J140 J320 J107 J302 J303 J309 J310 J312 J313 J315 J153 D1002

R883 J323 R887 P881

E Q887

C874 C719

J205 J428 J211

IC1001

(L3) D812

FB1003

R1031 R1030 J143

Ref No R361 R362 R363 R364 R402 R403 R404 R412 R415 R416 R418 R419 R421 R422 R423 R424 R425 R426 R427 R428 R434 R435 R436 R500 R503 R505 R508 R509 R510 R511 R513 R515 R516 R517 R519 R520 R525 R526 R527 R528 R529 R530 R531 R532 R533 R601 R607 R608 R612 R613 Xmm Ymm Ref No R615 R621 R622 R623 R624 R633 R711 R712 R713 R714 R715 R716 R717 R718 R724 R725 R729 R731 R733 R735 R745 R754 R755 R756 R757 R758 R759 R760 R761 R762 R801 R802 R803 R804 R805 R806 R807 R808 R809 R810 R814 R815 R816 R823 R825 R834 R837 R838 R839 R878 Xmm Ymm Ref No R879 R880 R881 R888 R892 R893 R894 R896 R898 R899 R901 R902 R904 RJ1 RJ10 RJ1031 RJ11 RJ112 RJ12 RJ120 RJ122 RJ123 RJ124 RJ125 RJ126 RJ128 RJ129 RJ13 RJ132 RJ135 RJ136 RJ138 RJ141 RJ142 RJ143 RJ144 RJ146 RJ147 RJ148 RJ15 RJ150 RJ151 RJ152 RJ153 RJ154 RJ155 RJ156 RJ16 RJ17 RJ18 Xmm Ymm Ref No RJ19 RJ2 RJ20 RJ21 RJ22 RJ23 RJ24 RJ25 RJ26 RJ27 RJ28 RJ29 RJ3 RJ30 RJ31 RJ34 RJ35 RJ36 RJ37 RJ4 RJ40 RJ41 RJ42 RJ43 RJ44 RJ45 RJ47 RJ48 RJ49 RJ5 RJ50 RJ53 RJ55 RJ56 RJ57 RJ58 RJ59 RJ6 RJ60 RJ61 RJ62 RJ64 RJ65 RJ66 RJ67 RJ68 RJ69 RJ7 RJ70 RJ71 Xmm Ymm Ref No RJ72 RJ74 RJ8 RJ81 RJ82 RJ9 Xmm Ymm 35941 182118
SOLID STATE DEVICE BASE DIAGRAM

33 E RH-IX1812BMZZ 1 1

RH-IX1818BMZZ

RH-TX0185BMZZ8 20

1 K A K A

1 C E 52 B C E

C A E K C E

32 K B C E A

K 27E B C 8 B C E

K A B C E

1 B A K E

1 A K 4 26

VHIPC123ZY-1

E B C B C E E B C

G RH-IX0037CEZZ

VSIMT1A/A//-1*

B C CE

B C E E

E B C G

RH-TX0132BMZZ

RH-TX0142BMZZ RH-TX0216BMZZ RH-TX0217BMZZ RH-TX0218BMZZ
RH-TX0108BMZZ G RH-TX0112BMZZ RH-TX0131BMZZ RH-TX0181BMZZ RH-TX0180BMZZ
RH-TX0113BMZZ 1 VS2SA1037KQ-1 VS2SC2412KQ-1 (SMD COMPONENT)

RH-IX1630BMN2

DESCRIPTION OF SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM
SAFETY NOTE: 1. DISCONNECT THE AC PLUG FROM THE AC OUTLET BEFORE REPLACING PARTS. 2. SEMICONDUCTOR HEAT SINKS SHOULD BE REGARDED AS POTENTIAL SHOCK HAZARDS WHEN THE CHASSIS IS OPERATING. IMPOTANT SAFETY NOTE: PARTS MARKED WITH ! ( ) ARE IMPORTANT FOR MAINTAINING THE SAFETY OF THE SET. BE SURE TO REPLACE THESE PARTS WITH SPECIFIED ONES FOR MAINTAINING THE SAFETY AND PERFORMANCE OF THE SET.

NOTE: 1. The unit of resistance ohmis omitted (K=1000 ohms. M= Megaohm). 2. All resistors are 1/8 watt. unless otherwise noted. 3. All capacitors are F, unless otherwise noted (P= F). 4. The capacitor with Part No. RC-FZ9XXXBMNJ is designed to with stand 63V. 5. The capacitor with Part No. RC-FZ4XXXBMNJ is designed to with stand 50V.
SERVICE PRECAUTION: THE AREA ENCLOSED BY THIS LINE ( ) IS DIRECTLY CONNECTED WITH AC MAINS VOLTAGE. WHEN SERVICING THE AREA, CONNECT AN ISOLATING TRANSFORMER BETWEEN TV RECEIVER AND AC LINE TO ELIMINATE HAZARD OF ELECTRIC SHOCK. WAVEFORM MEASUREMENT CONDITION: Colour bar genetator signal of 70 dB from RF input.
CAUTION This circuit diagram is original one, therefore there may be slight difference from yours.
Power circuit drive. Q701 Drain

H-output. Q601 colector

H-drive. Q601 Base
V. Division: 100V / Sec. Division: 5uS
V. Division: 200V / Sec. Division: 20uS.
V. Division: 2.0V / Sec. Division: 20uS

V-output. F 5pin

V-output. F 4pin

Video out.IC201 54pin

V. Division: 10V / Sec. Division: 5mS
V. Division: 2V / Sec. Division: 5mS
V. Division: 1V / Sec. Division: 20uS

H-sync. IC1001 19pin

V-sync. IC1001 24pin
Red cathode CRT socket 7pin
V. Division: 1V / Sec. Division: 5mS
V. Division: 20V / Sec. Division: 20uS
AC 220-240V 50HZ QACCZ2100BMZZ SCL
(H) 1 150V (0.8mA) H.V. 4 9. D880 DX0045BM C(200V) 3. R894 1K 5. C880 470P Q887 BF421 H-TX0180BM 4. 6. R887 2K7 (1/2W) R882 15K (2W) (VV) Q871 BF422 H-TX0181BM Q870 BF442 H-TX0181BM R884 15K (2W) (VV) R886 15K (2W) (VV) HEATER Q883 BF421 H-TX0180BM H-TX0180BM 22.4KV CRT VI VB34EAC0136*N Q885 BF421 7. R885 2K7 (1/2W) C881 470P C882 470P D882 DX0045BM SC881 VD842CE R893 1K

R892 1K

R883 2K7 (1/2W)

S701 P0612CE

C702 330nF (275V) FZ0192BM
IC1001 SDA5552 A IX1818BM

AV MUTE POW

L701 F0116BM
L704 G0415BM ADG COIL RC871 470P RC873 470P RR8

R888 470

C872 470P

Q872 BF422 H-TX0181BM

P702 N0207CE

. FOCUS

SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM (00 Version).
C728.01 (250V) KZ0029CE D812 DX0045BM

L702 3,3uH P0144GE

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D811 DX0045BM RC876.047 (2KV) KZ0023CE C874.001 (500V) L881 12uH (CF) P883A QTIPM0017CEFM P881A GND

R1030 3K9

R1031 10K C1012 220nF PWB-B DUNTK7284BMN2 C1030 1nF R1033 100K AV/TV R1027 3K3 Q1006 2SA1037KQ R1026 10K R1028 3K3 R1029 10K MUTE

PR701 P0001BM

.01 (250V) KZ0029CE

D701 DX0571BM

D703 DX0571BM

(K) P882

FB R434 1K B RBI FBI H PULSE G RR RRI GI Q1007 TX0235BM VIDE

FB R-OUT

SC401 Z2107BM

REALIZADO

VERIFICADO

APROBADO

NOMBRE

CODIGO
15-09-2000 24-10-2000 23-10-2000
HASTA INFO 072 HASTA INFO 090

GA-1 27-10-2000

MODELO

T P B M N 0

ESCALA
HASTA INFO 088 18-10-2000
10 HASTA INFO 086 05-10-2000 HASTA INFO 8

37GT25S

ELECTRONICA ESPANA S.A.

25-09-2000

HASTA INFO 078

REVISIONES

BLOCK DIAGRAM

37GT25H

AC 220-240V 50HZ
(A) P701 N0304CE F701 T3.15A 3

1 150V 2 3

SC881 VD842CE 52 51

Q883 Q885 Q887

4 HEATER

MUTE 5V SLOW POW AV

ADG COIL

PWB-B DUNTK7284BMN2

P881A (L2)

5V Q708

2.5V Q709

3.3V Q711

-10V 7V

+10V IC501

Fly Back Pulse

Q503, Q504, Q505

V-Pulse

Vertical

O U TPUT AMP Q502, Q504

Driver Q505, Q506

Feed back

9 FOCUS. D604

G2. 11

Q602 Q603

(H) 150V

P601 (F)

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V-IN V-OUT

RMC0001 RMCU0222CE

SP301 Q1003

Audio AMP

R ANA VCC

Q305 Mute

X801 4.43MHZ

R-Y OUT.

B-Y OUT.

R OUT.

Y OUT.

R-Y IN.

B-Y IN.

OSC_PLL VCC VIDEO_OUT BLACK H_OUT FLY_BACK FIL2 FIL1 GND GND VL VERT B
G OUT B OUT SENS EXT VIDEO CAL AUDIO OUT NC GND VIDEO IN VCC VCC AV

+8V Q209

AUDIO OUT

S- IF IN

EXT IN

IF IN IF IN EHT

SDA. B-GAP. SCL.

Sound Filter CF302 Q401

S o u n d Trap CF301

Q354 Q355

IF O2. 11

S A W F ilter 5V

AUDIO IN

BLANKING

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TU201 SC401

IN V-OUT

FB R G

SLOW B

L-IN L-OUT

R-IN R-OUT

Z2107BM

TROUBLESHOOTING TABLES.
NO FUNCTION(NO SOUND AND NO PICTURE)

Not light

Is D1011 (LED) on a light?

Yes, red Broken Check F701, R703 and Q701 Check Q711 emitter voltage Normal Check R737, D713,Q704, IC1001 and IC1003.

Approx. 0 V

Check Q701, D718, C718 and Q601

Approx. 3.3 V

Check D724 Broken Check C206 Voltage Check D708, C711 and IC701 Normal Check R204, Q209 and Q500. Approx. 8 V Check Q601, D708 and C711
Check Q709 emitter Voltage
Check R737, D755, Q709 and IC1001. Check IC201, IC1001, IC1002

NO PICTURE

Check R609

Change R609 Normal

Check C867 voltage
Check C876, T601 and connection G2 Normal

Check CRT

NO SOUND
Check sound setting by R/C. Signal should be received.
Check colector of Q301 volta
Check R313, Q301 and Q302 Approx. 20V
Check L303, IC201 and speaker.

NO VERTICAL SCAN

PART LIST

REPLACEMENT PARTS

Replacement parts which have special safety characteristics are identified in this manual. Electrical components having such features are identified by ! in the Replacement Part List. The use of a substitute replacement part which does not have the same safety characteristics as the factory recommended is not permitted. Replacement parts not shown in this service manual may create shock fire, or other hazards.

Broken

Are R504 or R608 Broken?
HOW TO ORDER REPLACEMENT PARTS
To have your order completed promplty and corretly please supply the following information. 1. MODEL NUMBER 3. PART NO. 5. CODE 2. REF. NO. 4. DESCRIPTION 6. QUANTITY
Check Q507 and R504 Normal

MARK *: REF No.

Broken Is R512 Broken?
SPARE PARTS PARTS VB34EAC0136*N RCILG0415BMZZ
DELIVERY SECTION DESCRIPTION PICTURE TUBE CRT 14" A34EAC01X36 PHILIPS DEGUSSING COIL 14" *

SN CODE EX CODE

S BH S AF S -S -S --

BZ AM ----

Check Q509 Normal
PRINTED WIRING BOARDS (Not replacement item) PWB-A DUNTK7320CJV5 CHASSIS ADJUST 37GT25S PWB-B DUNTK7321CJV5 CRT SOCKET ADJUST 37GT25S DSETU7320BMV5 CHASSIS 37GT25S PWB-A TU 0201 RTUNH0124BMZZ RH-IX1630BMN2 VSIMT1A/A//-1 VHIPC123ZY1-1 RH-IX1818BMZZ RH-IX1812BMZZ RH-IX0037CEZZ VS2SC2412KQ-1 VS2SA1037KQ-1 RH-TX0218BMZZ RH-TX0217BMZZ RH-TX0216BMZZ VS2SC2412KQ-1 VS2SA1037KQ-1 VS2SC2412KQ-1 VS2SC2412KQ-1 VS2SC2412KQ-1 RH-TX0217BMZZ RH-TX0112BMZZ VS2SC2412KQ-1 RH-TX0140BMZZ VS2SA1037KQ-1 RH-TX0131BMZZ RH-TX0142BMZZ VS2SC2412KQ-1 RH-TX0217BMZZ RH-TX0217BMZZ RH-TX0132BMZZ RH-TX0108BMZZ RH-TX0142BMZZ RH-TX0112BMZZ RH-TX0185BMZZ RH-TX0217BMZZ RH-TX0217BMZZ MOTHER UNIT TUNER TUNER UV1315/IEC BALANCED
S AP AN AA AA -AB AF AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AF AA AB AA AA AA AA AF AA AA AA AC AA AA
BA AZ AB AD -AF AD AA AA AA AB AA AA AA AA AA AA AB AB AA AC AA AC AB AA AB AB AM AC AB AB AH AB AB

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IC 0201 IC 0501 IC 0701 IC 1001 IC 1002 IC 1003 Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q 0703
INTEGRATED CIRCUITS IC TDA8840-2Y PHILIPS S TRT IMT1A-T110 ROHM S PHOTO COUPLER PC123ZY1 SHARP S IC SDA5552A002 TV TEXT PRO 1PAGE 64KB S EEPROM M24C04-WMN6T ST MICROE. S IC UPC574J 33V NEC S TRANSISTORS TRT 2SC2412 ROHM TRT BC807 SMD TRT BC337-40 PHILIPS TRT BC337 PHILIPS TRT BC327 TRT 2SC2412 ROHM TRT BC807 SMD TRT 2SC2412 ROHM TRT 2SC2412 ROHM TRT 2SC2412 ROHM TRT BC337 PHILIPS TRT BC636 TRT 2SC2412 ROHM TRT BD825-16 TRT BC807 SMD TRT BC638 TRT TBC 547-B TOSHIBA TRT 2SC2412 ROHM TRT BC337 PHILIPS TRT BC337 PHILIPS TRT BU508DFI TRT BC635 TRT TBC 547-B TOSHIBA TRT BC636 TRT SSS3N80A TRT BC337 PHILIPS TRT BC337 PHILIPS S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S
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REF No. Q 0704 Q 0705 Q 0706 Q 0708 Q 0709 Q 0711 Q 0801 Q 0901 Q 1001 Q 1002 Q 1003 Q 1004 Q 1005 Q 1006 Q 1007 Q 1010 Q 1011 Q 1012 Q 1013 D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D 0714 0715
PARTS VS2SC2412KQ-1 RH-TX0142BMZZ VS2SC2412KQ-1 RH-TX0218BMZZ RH-TX0140BMZZ RH-TX0216BMZZ VS2SC2412KQ-1 VS2SC2412KQ-1 VS2SC2412KQ-1 VS2SC2412KQ-1 RH-TX0113BMZZ VS2SC2412KQ-1 VS2SC2412KQ-1 VS2SA1037KQ-1 VS2SC2412KQ-1 VS2SC2412KQ-1 VS2SC2412KQ-1 VS2SC2412KQ-1 VS2SC2412KQ-1 RH-DX0045BMZZ RH-DX0045BMZZ RH-DX0577BMZZ RH-DX0045BMZZ RH-EX0413BMZZ RH-DX0045BMZZ RH-EX0412BMZZ RH-EX0412BMZZ RH-EX0412BMZZ RH-EX0412BMZZ RH-DX0045BMZZ RH-DX0045BMZZ RH-DX0501BMZZ RH-DX0045BMZZ RH-EX0409BMZZ RH-DX0045BMZZ RH-DX0501BMZZ RH-DX0045BMZZ RH-EX0404BMZZ RH-EX0404BMZZ RH-DX0045BMZZ RH-DX0045BMZZ RH-DX0045BMZZ RH-EX0403BMZZ RH-DX0045BMZZ RH-DX0045BMZZ RH-DX0578BMZZ RH-DX0577BMZZ RH-DX0577BMZZ RH-DX0045BMZZ RH-DX0045BMZZ RH-DX0045BMZZ RH-DX0571BMZZ RH-DX0571BMZZ RH-DX0571BMZZ RH-DX0571BMZZ RH-DX0539BMZZ RH-DX0045BMZZ RH-EX0409BMZZ RH-DX0507BMZZ RH-DX0590BMZZ RH-DX0577BMZZ RH-DX0574BMZZ RH-EX0405BMZZ RH-EX0408BMZZ RH-EX0408BMZZ
DESCRIPTION TRT 2SC2412 ROHM TRT TBC 547-B TOSHIBA TRT 2SC2412 ROHM TRT BC337-40 PHILIPS TRT BD825-16 TRT BC327 TRT 2SC2412 ROHM TRT 2SC2412 ROHM TRT 2SC2412 ROHM TRT 2SC2412 ROHM TRT BF840 SMD TRT 2SC2412 ROHM TRT 2SC2412 ROHM TRT BC807 SMD TRT 2SC2412 ROHM TRT 2SC2412 ROHM TRT 2SC2412 ROHM TRT 2SC2412 ROHM TRT 2SC2412 ROHM DIODES DIODE 1N4148 DIODE 1N4148 DIODE 1N4935 ACPA DIODE 1N4148 ZENER DIODE BZX79C8V2 DIODE 1N4148 ZENER DIODE BZX79C7V5 ZENER DIODE BZX79C7V5 ZENER DIODE BZX79C7V5 ZENER DIODE BZX79C7V5 DIODE 1N4148 DIODE 1N4148 DIODE 1N4004 DIODE 1N4148 ZENER DIODE BZX79C5V6 DIODE 1N4148 DIODE 1N4004 DIODE 1N4148 ZENER DIODE BZX79C3V6 ZENER DIODE BZX79C3V6 DIODE 1N4148 DIODE 1N4148 DIODE 1N4148 ZENER DIODE BZX79C3V3 DIODE 1N4148 DIODE 1N4148 DIODE 1N4936 ACPA DIODE 1N4935 ACPA DIODE 1N4935 ACPA DIODE 1N4148 DIODE 1N4148 DIODE 1N4148 DIODE 1N4005 ACPA DIODE 1N4005 ACPA DIODE 1N4005 ACPA DIODE 1N4005 ACPA DIODE BYT52M TFK DIODE 1N4148 ZENER DIODE BZX79C5V6 DIODE 1N4937 DIODE MBR1100RL MOTOROLA DIODE 1N4935 ACPA DIODE 1N5819 ACPA ZENER DIODE BZX79C3V9 ZENER DIODE BZX79C5V1 ZENER DIODE BZX79C5V1

* S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S
AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA
AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AB AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AB AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA
REF No. R 0434 R 0500 R 0501 R 0502 R 0503 R 0504 R 0505 R 0506 R 0507 R 0508 R 0510 R 0511 R 0512 R 0513 R 0514 R 0515 R 0516 R 0518 R 0519 R 0520 R 0525 R 0528 R 0529 R 0530 R 0531 R 0532 R 0533 R 0601 R 0602 R 0603 R 0604 R 0605 R 0606 R 0607 R 0608 R 0609 R 0611 R 0612 R 0613 R 0615 R 0616 R 0618 R 0619 R 0620 R 0621 R 0622 R 0623 R 0624 R 0632 R 0633 R 0702 R 0703 R 0704 R 0705 R 0706 R 0707 R 0708 R 0709 R 0710 R 0711 R 0712 R 0713 R 0714 R 0715 R 0716 R 0717
PARTS VRS-TV1JD102J VRS-TV1JD473J VRD-RA2HD102J VRD-RA2HD182J VRS-TV1JD472J RR-XZ0109BMZZ VRS-TV1JD182J RR-XZ0100BMZZ VRD-RA2HD561J VRS-TV1JD330J VRS-TV1JD153J VRS-TV1JD103J RR-XZ0109BMZZ VRS-TV1JD182J VRD-RA2BE103J VRS-TV1JD821J VRS-TV1JD472J VRD-RA2HD1R8J VRS-TV1JD103J VRS-TV1JD271J VRS-TV1JD102J VRS-TV1JD184J VRS-TV1JD102J VRS-TV1JD332J VRS-TV1JD101J VRS-TV1JD102J VRS-TV1JD271J VRS-TV1JD123J VRD-RA2HD331J RR-XZ0200BMZZ VRD-RA2EE6R8J VRD-RA2EE5R6J VRD-RA2HD2R2J VRS-TV1JD472J VRS-TV1JD222J VRN-VV3AB1R2J RR-XZ0242BMZZ VRS-TV1JD153J VRS-TV1JD101J VRS-TV1JD153J VRS-VV3AB270J VRD-RA2HD102J VRS-VV3AB270J VRD-RA2HD102J VRS-TV1JD103J VRS-TV1JD153J VRS-TV1JD394J VRS-TV1JD684J VRD-RA2HD471J VRS-TV1JD153J VRD-RA2HD224J VRW-KP3HC5R6K VRC-MA2HG564J VRC-MA2HG564J VRN-VV3ABR47J VRD-RA2BE221J VRD-RA2HD102J VRD-RA2BE330J VRD-RA2HD561J VRS-TV1JD102J VRS-TQ2BD561J VRS-TV1JD331J VRS-TV1JD101J VRS-TV1JD681J VRS-TV1JD273J VRS-TV1JD4R7J
DESCRIPTION 2125 1KOHM 5% 1/10W SMD 2125 47KOHM 5% 1/10W SMD RES 1KOHM 5% 1/2W RES 1,8KOHM 5% 1/2W 2125 4.7KOHM 5% 1/10W SMD FUS RES 5R6 TAP 5% 1/3W 2125 1,8KOHM 5% 1/10W SMD FUS RES 1R0 TAP 5% 1/3W RES 560 OHM 5% 1/2W OHM 5% 1/10W SMD 2125 15KOHM 5% 1/10W SMD 2125 10KOHM 5% 1/10W SMD FUS RES 5R6 TAP 5% 1/3W 2125 1,8KOHM 5% 1/10W SMD RES 10KOHM 5% 1/8W OHM 5% 1/10W SMD 2125 4.7KOHM 5% 1/10W SMD RES 1,8 OHM 5% 1/2W 2125 10KOHM 5% 1/10W SMD OHM 5% 1/10W SMD 2125 1KOHM 5% 1/10W SMD 2125 180KOHM 5% 1/10W SMD 2125 1KOHM 5% 1/10W SMD 2125 3.3KOHM 5% 1/10W SMD OHM 5% 1/10W SMD 2125 1KOHM 5% 1/10W SMD OHM 5% 1/10W SMD 2125 12KOHM 5% 1/10W SMD RES 330 OHM 5% 1/2W FUS RES 1R0 TAP 5% 1/2W RES 6,8 OHM 5% 1/4W RES 5,6 OHM 5% 1/4W RES 2.2 OHM 5% 1/2W 2125 4.7KOHM 5% 1/10W SMD 2125 2,2KOHM 5% 1/10W SMD MET FILM R 1,2 OHM 5% 1W FUS RES 3K3 TAP 5% 1/2W 2125 15KOHM 5% 1/10W SMD OHM 5% 1/10W SMD 2125 15KOHM 5% 1/10W SMD MET OX RES 27 OHM 5% 1W RES 1KOHM 5% 1/2W MET OX RES 27 OHM 5% 1W RES 1KOHM 5% 1/2W 2125 10KOHM 5% 1/10W SMD 2125 15KOHM 5% 1/10W SMD 2125 390KOHM 5% 1/10W SMD 2125 680KOHM 5% 1/10W SMD RES 470 OHM 5% 1/2W 2125 15KOHM 5% 1/10W SMD RES 220KOHM 5% 1/2W WOUND RES 5,6 OHM 10% 5W SOLID R 560KOHM 5% 1/2W SOLID R 560KOHM 5% 1/2W MET FILM R.47 OHM 5% 1W RES 220 OHM 5% 1/8W RES 1KOHM 5% 1/2W RES 33 OHM 5% 1/8W RES 560 OHM 5% 1/2W 2125 1KOHM 5% 1/10W SMD OX RE 560 OHM 5% 1/8W SMD OHM 5% 1/10W SMD OHM 5% 1/10W SMD OHM 5% 1/10W SMD 2125 27KOHM 5% 1/10W SMD 2125 4,7 OHM 5% 1/10W SMD

REF No. RJ 0124 RJ 0125 RJ 0128 RJ 0132 RJ 0136 RJ 0138 RJ 0141 RJ 0142 RJ 0146 RJ 0147 RJ 0150 RJ 0151 RJ 0152 RJ 0154 RJ 0155 RJ 0156 RJ 1031 F 0701 FB 0201 FB 0301 FB 0304 FB 0351 FB 0601 FB 1001 FH 1001 FH 1002 RMC0001 S 0701 S 1001 S 1002 S 1003 S 1004
PARTS VRS-TV1JD000J VRS-TV1JD000J VRS-TV1JD000J VRS-TV1JD000J VRS-TV1JD000J VRS-TV1JD000J VRS-TV1JD000J VRS-TV1JD000J VRS-TV1JD000J VRS-TV1JD000J VRS-TV1JD000J VRS-TV1JD000J VRS-TV1JD000J VRS-TV1JD000J VRS-TV1JD000J VRS-TV1JD000J VRS-TV1JD000J QFS-C3226CEZZ RBLN-0037CEZZ RBLN-0037CEZZ RBLN-0037CEZZ RBLN-0037CEZZ RBLN-0037CEZZ RBLN-0020CEZZ QFSHD1001BMZZ QFSHD1002BMZZ RRMCU0222CEZZ QSW-P0612CEZZ QSW-K0079GEZZ QSW-K0079GEZZ QSW-K0079GEZZ QSW-K0079GEZZ QCNW-2834BMZZ QCNW-2835BMZZ QCNW-3055BMZZ QJAKJ0047CEZZ QKITP7320BMN0 QSOCZ2107BMZZ CRDAR5510BMV6
DESCRIPTION OHM 5% 1/10W SMD OHM 5% 1/10W SMD OHM 5% 1/10W SMD OHM 5% 1/10W SMD OHM 5% 1/10W SMD OHM 5% 1/10W SMD OHM 5% 1/10W SMD OHM 5% 1/10W SMD OHM 5% 1/10W SMD OHM 5% 1/10W SMD OHM 5% 1/10W SMD OHM 5% 1/10W SMD OHM 5% 1/10W SMD OHM 5% 1/10W SMD OHM 5% 1/10W SMD OHM 5% 1/10W SMD OHM 5% 1/10W SMD MISCELLANEOUS PARTS FUSE T3.15AH 250V BALUN FBA04HA90088-00 T/Y BALUN FBA04HA90088-00 T/Y BALUN FBA04HA90088-00 T/Y BALUN FBA04HA90088-00 T/Y BALUN FBA04HA90088-00 T/Y BALUNE FUSE HOLD.EYF52BC=PANASON FUSE HOLD.EYF52BC=PANASON R/C RECEIVER POWER SWITCH ESB92D41B PANASONIC TACTILE SWITCH TACTILE SWITCH TACTILE SWITCH TACTILE SWITCH WIRE (H) 14" WIRE (K) 14" WIRE BETWEEN GNDS CA-1 EARPHONE JACK HSJ0998-72 PWB CHASSIS GA-1 1/1 SOCKET RADIATOR SET POWER SOCKET UNIT
* S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S
AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AC AB AB AB AB AB AA AA AA AD AC AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AF AF --
AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AE AB AB AB AB AB AB AA AA AG AH AA AA AA AA AD AE AB AG AR AE --
REF No. C 0878 C 0880 C 0881 C 0882 R 0879 R 0880 R 0881 R 0882 R 0883 R 0884 R 0885 R 0886 R 0887 R 0888 R 0892 R 0893 R 0894 R 0898 R 0899 RJ 0081 SC 881 P 0883
PARTS VCEAGA2DW106M VCCSTV1HL471J VCCSTV1HL471J VCCSTV1HL471J VRS-TV1JD471J VRS-TV1JD471J VRS-TV1JD471J VRS-VV3DB153J VRD-RA2HD272J VRS-VV3DB153J VRD-RA2HD272J VRS-VV3DB153J VRD-RA2HD272J VRS-TV1JD471J VRS-TV1JD102J VRS-TV1JD102J VRS-TV1JD102J VRS-TV1JD471J VRS-TV1JD471J VRS-TV1JD000J QSOCV0842CEZZ QTIPM0017CEFM QACCZ2049BMSA VSP0080PBL6YS TINS-6915BMN0 RRMCG1060BMSA QANTR0081CEZZ QCNW-2676BMZZ QCNW-2712BMZZ QEARC0002BMZZ QJAKJ0047CEZZ CCABA1258BMV0 HBDGB1018BMSB HDECQ0049BMSA HDECQ0048BMSA JBTN-1061BMSA JBTN-1060BMSA GCABB1067BMKA
DESCRIPTION ELEC C 10UF 20% 200V CERAM C 470PF 50V 2125SMD CERAM C 470PF 50V 2125SMD CERAM C 470PF 50V 2125SMD RESISTORS OHM 5% 1/10W SMD OHM 5% 1/10W SMD OHM 5% 1/10W SMD MET OX RES 15KOHM 5% 2W RES 2,7KOHM 5% 1/2W MET OX RES 15KOHM 5% 2W RES 2,7KOHM 5% 1/2W MET OX RES 15KOHM 5% 2W RES 2,7KOHM 5% 1/2W OHM 5% 1/10W SMD 2125 1KOHM 5% 1/10W SMD 2125 1KOHM 5% 1/10W SMD 2125 1KOHM 5% 1/10W SMD OHM 5% 1/10W SMD OHM 5% 1/10W SMD OHM 5% 1/10W SMD MISCELLANEOUS PARTS CRT SOCKET TIP MISCELLANEOUS PARTS AC CORD SPEAKER 32 OHM 2.0W DAIWA OWNERS MANUAL 37GT25S REMOTE CONTROL GUN 37DT25S ROD ANTENNA SPEAKER WIRE WIRE HR-1699-00 37AM-AT COATING EARTH 14" EARPHONE JACK HSJ0998-72 CABINET PARTS CABINET SET 7FM11FP SILVER SHARP BADGE DECORATION R/C DECORATION LED UP/DOWN BUTTON POWER BUTTON REAR CABINET

 

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