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HT-2199 COLOUR TELEVISION Service Manual Model: HT-2199 (Europe) Features 218 programs stored Auto-correcting black balance Blue

HT-2199

COLOUR

TELEVISION

Service
Service

Manual

Model:

HT-2199

(Europe)

Features

218 programs stored

Auto-correcting black balance

Blue extension, Green improvement

Mult-picture modes

Fast teletext

Audio/video input, S-Video input, SCART terminal

Haier Group

CONTENTS
CONTENTS

Contents

  • 1 Contents-----------------------------------------------------------------------1

  • 2 Product Code illumination and Series Introduction----------------------2

  • 3 Features----------------------------------------------------------------------------------3

  • 4 Safety Precautions--------------------------------------------------------------------4

  • 5 Warning and Cautions---------------------------------------------------------------5

  • 6 Net dimension--------------------------------------------------------------------------11

  • 7 Parts and Functions------------------------------------------------------------------12

  • 8 Remote Controller Functions------------------------------------------------------13

  • 9 Program Diagram----------------------------------------------------------------------14

    • 10 Maintenance Service and Trouble shooting----------------------------------15

    • 11 Circuit Diagram-------------------------------------------------------------------------19

    • 12 Circuit Explanation--------------------------------------------------------------------22

    • 13 Adjustment-------------------------------------------------------------------------------27

    • 14 Exploded View--------------------------------------------------------------------------28

    • 15 List of Parts------------------------------------------------------------------------------29

    • 16 Damageable Parts List---------------------------------------------------------------46

    • 17 Information of Resistors and Capacitors--------------------------------------47

1

Product Code illumination and Series Introduction

2. Product Code illumination and Series Introduction

H

T

-

21

99

Product Code illumination and Series Introduction 2 . Product Code illumination and Series Introduction H T
  • Color television appearance

  • CRT size(unit:inch)

  • Company of Signal processor IC

  • Haier

TD: Toshiba

2

Features
Features

3.Features

NO.

   

MODEL

     

MODEL

ITEM

FUNCTION

HT-2199

NO.

ITEM

FUNCTION

 

HT-2199

     

1

PICTURE

Main IC

9361

24

SOFTWARE

Digital curtain

1 PICTURE Main IC 9361 24 SOFTWARE Digital curtain

2

CRT

Flat square

25

Slow fading on & off

 
2 CRT Flat square 25 Slow fading on & off

3

Color system

PAL

26

Semitransparent menu

 
3 Color system PAL 26 Semitransparent menu

4

Audio system

B/G

27

Non-flashing channel changing

4 Audio system B/G 27 Non-flashing channel changing

5

NO.of channels

218

28

ZOOM

5 NO.of channels 218 28 ZOOM

6

OSD language

ENGLISH

29

16:9 mode

6 OSD language ENGLISH 29 16:9 mode

7

Multi-picture modes

7 Multi-picture modes 30 Games

30

Games

7 Multi-picture modes 30 Games

8

AUDIO

AV stereo

8 AUDIO AV stereo 31 Calendar

31

Calendar

8 AUDIO AV stereo 31 Calendar

9

Super woofer

9 Super woofer 32 Child-lock

32

Child-lock

9 Super woofer 32 Child-lock

10

Surrounding sound

10 Surrounding sound 33 Multi-functional lock

33

Multi-functional lock

 
10 Surrounding sound 33 Multi-functional lock

11

Treble/bass boost

11 Treble/bass boost 34 No-picture listening

34

No-picture listening

 
11 Treble/bass boost 34 No-picture listening

12

Left/right balancer

12 Left/right balancer 35 Background light

35

Background light

 
12 Left/right balancer 35 Background light

13

NICAM

13 NICAM 36 Auto-timer on

36

Auto-timer on

13 NICAM 36 Auto-timer on

14

Multi-audio modes

14 Multi-audio modes 37 CCD

37

CCD

14 Multi-audio modes 37 CCD

15

Tone adjuster

15 Tone adjuster 38 V-CHIP

38

V-CHIP

15 Tone adjuster 38 V-CHIP

16

MTS/SAP

16 MTS/SAP 39 PARAMETER NO. of built-in speakers 2

39

PARAMETER

NO. of built-in speakers

 

2

17

Auto-volume leveling

17 Auto-volume leveling 40 Audio output power(W) 3

40

Audio output power(W)

 

3

18

JACK

AV input

back 1

41

Total power input

Total power input

W

18 JACK AV input back 1 41 Total power input W 70

70

19

AV output

back 1

42

Voltage range

V

V

V
 

~180-250

20

DVD terminal

20 DVD terminal 43 Power frequency Hz 50

43

Power frequency

Power frequency

Hz

20 DVD terminal 43 Power frequency Hz 50

50

21

S-video jack

21 S-video jack 44 Time of sleep timer(MINS) 180

44

Time of sleep timer(MINS)

180

22

Headphone socket

22 Headphone socket 45 Net weight(KG) 2 3

45

Net weight(KG)

 

23

23

SCART socket

23 SCART socket 46 Gross weight(KG) 2 5

46

Gross weight(KG)

 

25

       

47

Net dimension(MM)

 
  • 6 1 8 ×47 5×46 5

       

48

Packaged dimension(MM)

  • 6 8 5×54 5 ×52 0

       

49

Quantity for 20' container

49 Quantity for 20' container
     

50

Quantity for 40' container

50 Quantity for 40' container
     

51

Quantiry for 40' high container

51 Quantiry for 40' high container

3

Safety Precautions

4.Safety Precautions

SAFETY PRECAUTIONS

IMPORTANT SAFETY NOTICE

Many electrical identify these parts and mechanical parts in this chassis have special safety-related characteristics! In the Schematic Diagram and Replacement Parts List.

It is essential that these special safety parts should be replaced with the same components as recommended in this manual to prevent X-RADIATION, Shock, Fire, or other Hazards.

Do not modify the original design without permission of the manufacturer.

General Guidance

An Isolation Transformer should always be used during the servicing of a receiver whose chassis is not isolated from the AC power line. Use a transformer of adequate power rating as this protects the technician from accidents that might result in personal injury caused by electrical shocks.

It will also protect the receiver and it’s components from being damaged by accidental shorts of the circuitry that might be inadvertently introduced during the service operation. If any fuse (or Fusible Resistor) in this TV receiver is blown, replace it with a specified one. When replacing a high wattage resistor (Oxide Metal Film Resistor, over 1W), keep the resistor 10mm away from PCB. Keep wires away from high voltage or high temperature parts. Due to the high vacuum and large surface area of the picture tube, extreme care should be taken in handling the Picture Tube. Do not lift the Picture Tube by its Neck. X-RAY Radiation

Warning:

The source of X-RAY RADIATION in this TV receiver is the High Voltage Section and the Picture Tube.

For continued X-RAY RADIATION protection, the replacement tube must be of the same type as specified in the Replacement Parts List.

Before returning the receiver to the customer,

Always perform an AC leakage current check on the exposed metallic parts of the cabinet, such as antennas, terminals, etc., to make sure that the set is safe to operate without any danger of electrical shock.

4

Warning and Cautions
Warning and Cautions

5. Warning and Cautions

Warning and Cautions

1. When you clean the TV set, please pull out the power plug from AC outlet.
1. When you clean the TV set, please pull
out the power plug from AC outlet. Don't
clean the cabinet and the screen with
benzene, petrol and other chemicals.
4.
To prevent the TV set from firing and
electric shock, don't
make the TV set rain
or moisture.
2. In order to prolong the using life of the
5.
Don't open the back cover, otherwise it is
TV set,
please place it
on a ventilated
place.
possible to damage the components in the
TV set and harm you.
3. Don't place the
6.
When the TV set isn't going to be used
TV
set
in
the
sunshine or near
heat source.
for long time or it is in thunder and
lightening, please pull out the plug from AC
outlet and the antenna plug from the cover
of the TV set.

Explanation on the display tube

Generally, it is not needed to clean the tube surface. However, if necessary,its surface can be cleaned with a dry cotton cloth after cutting off the power.Don't use any cleanser. If using hard cloth, the tube surface will be damaged.

CAUTION: Before servicing receivers covered by this service manual and its supplements and addenda, read and follow the SAFETY PRECAUTIONS.

NOTE: If unforeseen circumstances create conflict between the following servicing precautions

5

Warning and Cautions

and any of the safety precautions, always follow the safety precautions. Remember: Safety First. General Servicing Precautions

  • 5.1 Always unplug the receiver AC power cord from the AC power source before:

    • a. Removing or reinstalling any component, circuit board module or any other assembly of the receiver.

    • b. Disconnecting or reconnecting any receiver electrical plug or other electrical connection.

    • c. Connecting a test substitute in parallel with an electrolytic capacitor in the receiver. CAUTION: A wrong substitution part or incorrect installation polarity of electrolytic capacitors may result in an explosion hazard.

    • d. Discharging the picture tube anode.

  • 5.2 Test high voltage only by measuring it with an appropriate high voltage meter or other voltage-measuring device (DVM, FETVOM, etc.) equipped with a suitable high voltage probe. Do not test high voltage by “drawing an arc”.

  • 5.3 Discharge the picture tube anode only by (a) first connecting one end of an insulated clip lead to the degaussing or kine aquadag grounding system shield at the point where the picture tube socket ground lead is connected, and then (b) touch the other end of the insulated clip lead to the picture tube anode button, using an insulating handle to avoid personal contact with high voltage.

  • 5.4 Do not spray chemicals on or near this receiver or any of its assemblies.

  • 5.5 Unless specified otherwise in this service manual, clean electrical contacts only by applying the following mixture to the contacts with a pipe cleaner, cotton-tipped stick or comparable nonabrasive applicator; 10% (by volume) Acet one and 90% (by volume) isopropyl alcohol (90%-99% strength) CAUTION: This is a flammable mixture. Unless specified otherwise in this service manual, lubrication of contacts is not required.

  • 5.6 Do not defeat any plug / socket B+ voltage interlocks with which receivers covered by this service manual might be equipped.

  • 5.7 Do not apply AC power to this instrument and/or any of its electrical assemblies unless all solid-state device heat sinks are correctly installed.

  • 5.8 Always connect the test

  • receiver ground

    connecting the test receiver positive lead.

    lead

    to

    the receiver

    chassis ground before

    Always remove the test receiver ground lead last.

    • 5.9 Use with this receiver only the test fixtures specified in this service manual.

    CAUTION: Do not connect the test fixture ground strap to any heat sink in this receiver.

    Warning and Cautions

    Electrostatic ally Sensitive (ES) Devices

    Some semiconductor (solid state) devices can be damaged easily by static electricity. Such components are usually called Electrostatic ally Sensitive (ES) Devices. Examples of typical ES

    6

    Warning and Cautions

    devices are integrated circuits and some field effect transistors and semiconductor “chip” components. The following techniques should be used to help reduce the incidence of component damage caused by static electricity.

    • a. Immediately before handling any semiconductor component or semiconductor- equipped

    assembly, drain off any electrostatic charge on your body by touching a known earth ground. Alternatively, obtain and wear a commercially available discharging wrist strap device, which should be removed to prevent potential shock prior to applying power to the unit under test.

    • b. After removing an electrical assembly equipped with ES devices, place the assembly on a conductive surface such as aluminum foil, to prevent electrostatic charge buildup or exposure of the assembly.

    • c. Use only a grounded-tip soldering iron to solder or unsolder ES devices.

    • d. Use only an anti-static

    type folder removal device. Some solder removal devices not

    classified as “anti-static” can generate electrical charges sufficient to damage ES devices.

    • e. Do not use freon-propelled chemicals. These can generate electrical charges sufficient to damage ES devices.

    • f. Do not remove a replacement ES device from its protective package until immediately before you are ready to install it. (Most replacement ES devices are packaged with leads electrically shorted together by conductive foam, aluminum foil or comparable conductive material).

    • g. Immediately before removing the protective material from the leads of a replacement ES device, touch the protective material to the chassis or circuit assembly into which the device will be installed.

    CAUTION: Be sure no power is applied to the chassis or circuit, and observe all other safety precautions.

    • h. Minimize bodily motions when handling unpackaged replacement ES devices. (Otherwise even some normally harmless motions such as mutual brushing of your clothes’ fabric or lifting of your foot from a carpeted floor might generate static electricity sufficient to damage an ES device.)

    General Soldering Guidelines

    • a. Use a grounded-tip, low-wattage soldering iron and appropriate tip size and shape that will

    maintain tip temperature within the range of 500 o F to 600 o F.

    • b. Use an appropriate gauge of RMA resin-core solder composed of 60 parts tin/40 parts lead.

    • c. Keep the soldering iron tip clean and well tinned.

    • d. Thoroughly clean the surfaces to be soldered. Use a mall wire bristle (0.5 inch, or 1.25cm) brush with a metal handle. Do not use freon-propelled spay-on cleaners.

    • e. Use the following unsoldering technique a). Allow the soldering iron tip to reach normal temperature. (500 o F to 600 o F) b). Heating the component lead until the solder melts.

    7

    Warning and Cautions

    • a. draw the melted solder with an anti-static, suction-type solder removal device with solder braid.

    CAUTION: Work quickly to avoid overheating the circuit board printed foil.

    • f. Use the following unsoldering technique A). Allow the soldering iron tip to reach normal temperature. (500 o F to 600 o F)

    B).

    First, hold the soldering iron tip and solder the strand against the component lead until the

    solder melts.

    C). Quickly move the soldering iron tip to the junction of the component lead and the printed circuit foil, and hold it there only until the solder flows onto and around both the component lead and the foil.

    CAUTION: Work quickly to avoid overheating the circuit board printed foil.

    D). Closely inspect the solder area and remove any excess or splashed solder with a small wire-bristle brush.

    Remove /Replacement

    Some chassis circuit boards have slotted holes (oblong) through which the IC leads are inserted and then bent flat against the circuit foil. When holes are of slotted type, the following technique should be used to remove and replace the IC. When working with boards using the familiar round hole, use the standard technique as outlined.

    Removal

    Desolder and straighten each IC lead in one operation by gently prying up on the lead with the soldering iron tip as the solder melts.

    Draw away the melted solder with an anti-static suction-type solder removal device (or with solder braid) before removing the IC.

    Replacement

    Carefully insert the replacement IC in the circuit board. Carefully bend each IC lead against the circuit foil pad and solder it.

    Clean the soldered areas with a small wire-bristle brush. (It is not necessary to reapply acrylic coating to the areas).

    “Small-Signal” Discrete Transistor Removal/Replacement

    Remove the defective transistor by clipping its leads as close as possible to the component body. Bend into a “U” shape the end of each of three leads remaining on the circuit board. Bend into a “U” shape the replacement transistor leads.

    Connect the replacement transistor leads to the corresponding leads extending from the circuit board and crimp the “U” with long nose pliers to insure metal to metal contact then solder each connection.

    Power Output, Transistor Device

    8

    Warning and Cautions

    Removal/Replacement

    Heat and remove all solder from around the transistor leads. Remove the heat sink mounting screw (if so equipped). Carefully remove the transistor from the heat sink of the circuit board. Insert new transistor in the circuit board. Solder each transistor lead, and clip off excess lead. Replace heat sink.

    Diode Removal/Replacement

    Remove defective diode by clipping its leads as close as possible to diode body. Bend the two remaining leads perpendicularly to the circuit board.

    Observing diode polarity, wrap each lead of the new diode round the corresponding lead on the circuit board.

    Securely crimp each connection and solder it.

    Inspect (on the circuit board copper side) the solder joints of the two “original” leads. If they are not shiny, reheat them and if necessary, apply additional solder.

    Fuse and Conventional Resistor Removal/Replacement

    • a. Clip each fuse or resistor lead at top of the circuit board hollow stake. b. Securely crimp the leads of replacement component around notch at stake top.

    c. Solder the connections

    CAUTION: Maintain original spacing between the replaced component and adjacent components and the circuit board to prevent excessive component temperatures.

    Circuit Board Foil Repair

    Excessive heat applied to the copper foil of any printed circuit board will weaken the adhesive that bonds foil to the circuit board causing the foil to separate from or “lift-off” the board. The following guidelines and procedures should be followed whenever this condition is encountered.

    At IC Connections

    To repair a defective copper pattern at IC connections use the following procedure to install a

    jumper wire on the copper pattern connections).

    side of

    the circuit board. (Use

    this technique only

    on

    IC

    • a. Carefully remove the damaged copper pattern with a sharp knife. (Remove only as much copper as absolutely necessary).

    • b. Carefully scratch away the solder resist and acrylic coating (if used) from the end of the remaining copper pattern.

    • c. Bend a small “U” in one end of a small gauge jumper wire and carefully crimp it around the IC

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    Warning and Cautions

    pin. Solder the IC connection.

    • d. Route the jumper wire along the path of the out-away copper pattern and let it overlap the previously scraped end of the good copper pattern. Solder the overlapped area and clip off any excess jumper wire.

    At other connections

    Use the following technique to repair the defective copper pattern at connections other than IC Pins. This technique involves the installation of a jumper wire on the component side of the circuit board.

    • a. Remove the defective copper pattern with a sharp knife.

    Remove at least 1/4 inch of copper, to insure that a hazardous condition will not exist if the jumper wire opens.

    • b. Trace along the copper pattern from both sides of the pattern break and locate the nearest component that is directly connected to the affected copper pattern.

    • c. Connect insulated 20-gauge jumper wire from the lead of the nearest component on one side of the pattern break to the lead of the nearest component on the other side.

    Carefully crimp and solder the connections.

    CAUTION: Be sure the insulated jumper wire is dressed so that it does not touch components or sharp edges.

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    Net dimension

    6. Net dimension

    Front view

    610mm 475mm Haier 465mm
    610mm
    475mm
    Haier
    465mm

    back-view

    HT-2199

    Side view

    11

    Remote Controller Functions

    8. Remote Controller Functions

    Remote Controller

    REM O TE CO NTRO LLER BO ARD

    M A R K FU N C T IO N D E SC R IPTIO N
    M A R K
    FU N C T IO N D E SC R IPTIO N
    Program scan
    Standby
    SW A P
    M
    ute
    TV /AV
    -V O L +
    TV /V ID E O SE LE C TIO N
    V
    O LU M E CO N TRO L
    -C H +
    CH A N N EL N U M B E R U P/D O W N
    PIC TU R E M ENU
    SO U N D SO U N D M ENU
    TIM E
    TIM E M ENU
    FUNCTION FU N C TIO N M EN U
    0-9
    ONE D IG IT SE LE C TIO N
    -/--
    M ENU
    M
    ENU D ISPL A Y
    EX IT M EN U D ISPL A Y
    A 2/N IC A M /M O N O SO U N D SEL EC T IO N
    PIC TU R E M ODE SE LE C TIO N
    N O U SED
    T U N E M EN U SEL E C T IO N
    TELETEX T S U B T IT L E
    TV /T EL ETE X T E N TE R IN G /E X ITIN G
    TO REV EA L CO N CEA LED TELETEX T
    TELETEX T ZO O M
    T E L E T E X
    T E L E T E X
    T PA G E H O LD
    T /T V M IX M O D E
    TV /T EL ETE X T A LTER A TIO N
    EA ST/W E ST
    1 2 3 P.P P IC T U R E ?
    1
    2
    3
    P.P
    P IC T U R E
    ?

    N O TE T he function of selecting m enu button on the rem ote controller is the sam e as that of program up/dow n button on the T V set. T he fuction of identifying m enu button on the rem ote controller is the sam e as that of volum e up/dow n button on the T V set.

    Remote Controller Functions 8. Remote Controller Functions Remote Controller REM O TE CO NTRO LLER BO

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    Program Diagram

    • 9. Program Diagram

    Insert the power plug into the power line socket and insert the antenna plug into the antenna socket on the rear panel. Press down the power switch of the TV set. The red indicator light goes

    on. If no picture appears, press the button

    Program Diagram Program Diagram Insert the power plug into the power line socket and insert the

    on the remote controller. Follow the steps below.

    A

    Program preset

    • 1. Auto searching and storing program

    Press MENU button on the remote controller then use the “CH+/CH-“ key to call up the “tune program” menu on the screen. Then Press the menu” VOL+/VOL- “ item to adjust. it.Use the “CH+/CH- ” key to select the bar “auto search program” then press the “VOL+/VOL-” to make sure. If you want to stop ,press the key “ MENU ”.

    • 2. Manual search and fine tune

    Press MENU button then use the “CH+/CH-“ key to call up the “tune program” menu on the screen. Then Press the menu” VOL+/VOL- “ item to adjust. it.Use the “CH+/CH-” key to select

    the bar “Manual search program”

    3.Deleting channel number

    then press the “VOL+/VOL-” to make sure.

    Press Program up/down buttons to select a channel to skip. Press MENU to call Menu. then use the “CH+/CH- “ key to call up the “tune program” menu on the screen. Then Press the menu” VOL+/VOL- “ item to adjust. it.Use the “CH+/CH-” key to select the bar “Cannal number” then press the “VOL+/VOL-” to make sure. Enter the number that you do not want to see .Then Then select “SKIP” and select SKIP to ON. Now the program number is deleted. Repeat the above steps and select SKIP to OFF, the deleted program number can be resumed.

    B

    Volume tuning

    Press VOLUME buttons VOL+ to increase and VOL- to decrease the volume.

    C

    Personal preference settings

    Picture modes

    Press SELC PICTURE repeatedly to change among MEMORY 1, MEMORY2,MEMORY3,to chang the Picture Mode.

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    Maintenance Service and Trouble shooting

    10. Maintenance Service and Trouble shooting

    a.Factory adjustment information

    Operation method: after the appliance is switched on, press MUTE CALL -/--

    CALL

    MUTE

    Button in turn and enter service mode.

    Press PRO- and PRO+ buttons to select items for adjustment.

    Press VOL- and VOL+ buttons to adjust selected items.

    Press the POWER button to switch off the appliance and go back to the normal state.

    Maintenance menu (Table 8)

         

    Variable

    Item

    Specifications

    Default Value

    Mark

    5PAR

       

    *

    5BOW

    Horizontal parabola Horizontal Bow

     

    *

    5HSH

    Horizontal shife

    40

    *

    5EWW

    EW width

     

    *

    5EWP

    EW parabola

     

    *

    5UCR

    EW upper corner parabola

       

    5LCR

    EW lower corner parabola

       

    5EWT

    EW trapezium

       

    5VSL

    Vertical slope

    42

     

    5VAM

     

    55

     

    5SCL

    Vertical amplitude S-Correction

    21

     

    5VSH

    Vertical Shift

    28

     

    5VOF

    OSD Vertical Offset

    40

     

    HOF

    OSD Horizontall Offset

    40

     

    VX

    Vertical Zoom

       

    6PAR

         

    6BOW

    Horizontal parabola Horizontal Bow

       

    6HSH

    Horizontal shife

       

    6EWW

    EW width

       

    6EWP

    EW parabola

       

    6UCR

    EW upper corner parabola

       

    6LCR

    EW lower corner parabola

       

    6EWT

    EW trapezium

       

    6VSL

    Vertical slope

       

    6VAM

         

    6SCL

    Vertical amplitude S-Correction

       

    6VSH

    Vertical Shift

       

    6VOF

    OSD Vertical Offset

       

    HOF

    OSD Horizontall Offset

       

    VX

    Vertical Zoom

       

    RED

    Black level offset R

    32

    *

    GRN

    Black level offset G

    32

    *

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    Maintenance Service and Trouble shooting

       

    Specifications

     

    Variable

     

    Item

    Default Value

    Mark

    WPR

    White point R

    • 31 *

     

    WPG

    White point G

    • 26 *

     

    WPB

    White point B

    • 31 *

     

    YDFP

     

    7

    *

    YDFN

    Y-Delay for PAL Y-Delay for NTSC

     

    *

    YDAV

    Y-Delay for AV

     

    *

    TOP

    AGC Take-Over point

    32

    *

    VOL

    Volume

    44

     

    9874

    Output Gain of TDA9874A

    26

     

    AVLT

    TDA9874A AVL decay time

    1

     

    9860

    Sub volume of TDA9860/59

    69

     

    IFFS

    Vision IF

    2

     

    HDOL

    Cathode drive level

    5

     

    AGC

    IF AGC speed

    1

     

    VF2B

    VG2 Brightness

    50

     

    0CON

    Listen:Contrast

    0

     

    0BRI

    Listen:Brightness

    0

     

    0COL

    Listen:Color

    50

     

    0SHP

    Listen:Sharpness

    50

     

    1CON

    Soft: Contrast

    45

     

    1BRI

    Soft: Brightness

    45

     

    1COL

    Soft: Color

    50

     

    1SHP

    Soft: Sharpness

    50

     

    2CON

    Standard: Contrast

    70

     

    2BRI

    Standard: Brightness

    50

     

    2COL

    Standard: Color

    60

     

    2SHP

    Standard: Sharpness

    50

     

    3CON

    Dynamic: Contrast

    80

     

    3BRI

    Dynamic: Brightness

    50

     

    3COL

    Dynamic: Color

    70

     

    3SHP

    Dynamic: Sharpness

    50

     

    OP1

    Option 1

    177

     

    OP2

    Option2

    127

     

    OP3

    Option3

    255

     

    OP4

    Option4

    75

     

    OP5

    Option5

    183

     

    OP6

    Option6

    89

     

    OP7

    Option7

    1

     

    You can change the DATA with “*” mark when necessary.

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    Maintenance Service and Trouble shooting

    No light and sound Check to see if Fuse3 is normal Abnormal Normal Check VD503-VD, 506,C511,
    No light and sound
    Check to see if
    Fuse3 is normal
    Abnormal
    Normal
    Check VD503-VD,
    506,C511, N501, etc.
    Check to see 110V 180V
    etc. voltage is normal
    Normal
    Abnormal
    Check to see if the
    collector voltage of
    VD512is 24V
    Test to see all terminal
    Resistance of load
    Is normal
    Normal
    Abnormal
    Normal
    Abnormal
    Check switch
    Check to see
    if , 8v,
    5v is normal
    Check the control
    voltage of VD512
    or CPU power
    power unit
    Check to see if
    rectifying tube
    is normal
    Normal
    Abnormal
    Normal
    Abnormal
    Check
    Change
    Check the
    N507 N508
    The failure of
    horizontal unit or
    rectifying tube
    Loader
    N201

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    Circuit Diagram
    Circuit Diagram

    11. Circuit Diagram

    +5V 1 42 TDA9801 MONO IN EXT IR 41 2 EXTIL P1 40 3 + +
    +5V
    1
    42
    TDA9801
    MONO IN
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    41
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    P1
    40
    3
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    Vref 2
    Vssd3
    4
    39
    P2
    Vddd3
    5
    38
    OUT M
    SYSCLK
    6
    37
    Vssa4
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    36
    7
    OUT L
    WS
    8
    35
    SDO
    OUT R
    9
    34
    Vdda1
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    V1
    V2
    V3
    4
    5
    6
    VDD
    7
    8
    9
    10
    33
    Vssa1
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    1
    2
    3
    GND
    11
    32
    Vssd1
    Vdda3
    12
    31
    Vddd1
    VSSa3
    13
    30
    Vssd2
    CRESET
    14
    29
    TP2
    SIF1
    15
    28
    NICAM DATE OUT
    Vref1
    16
    27
    TP1
    SIF2
    17
    26
    PCLK
    TEST1
    25
    18
    ADDR1
    Vdec
    19
    24
    XTALO
    Vssa2
    20
    23
    XTAL1
    ADDR2
    21
    22
    TEST2
    Lref
    SB:
    0
    IF IN
    SA:
    1
    NC
    2
    +5V (+8V)
    1
    NC
    3
    GND
    2
    GND
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    SCL
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    NC
    4
    5
    SDA
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    6
    FM IN
    5
    R.OUT
    1
    6
    6
    L.OUT
    1
    2
    3
    4
    5
    6
    7
    8
    9
    10
    11
    12
    C406
    C703
    XS306
    MAIN BOARD
    C331
    GT701
    1P
    1uF/ 16V
    1 R
    103
    R420
    100K
    2
    L
    R331
    4.7k
    20V
    SC
    R329
    C330
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    L?
    V401
    0.01
    GT702
    1P
    R324
    C307
    C1815
    VIDEO in
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    Text
    ARi n
    C405
    4.7k
    FO
    0.01u
    C407
    0.01
    N301
    LA4285/87
    (R)
    N302
    LA4285/87
    (L)
    C326
    10uF/ 16V
    1uF/ 16V
    C306
    1
    2
    3
    4
    5
    6
    7
    8
    9
    10
    1
    2
    3
    4
    5
    6
    7
    8
    9
    10
    R421
    C328
    25V/1000u
    R703
    HV
    R328
    1.
    8K
    VIDEO out
    Ri n
    Gi n
    Bi n
    ALout
    ARout
    470
    R303
    C303
    C313
    C311
    R302
    10k
    8W/8OHM
    R701
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    0.015
    C310
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    1.
    8K
    R426
    R317
    25V/470u
    C707
    C708
    C709
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    100K
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    V
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    22
    391
    391
    391
    1.
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    R321
    R322
    C302
    C321
    R412
    82
    680
    0.1u
    C321
    R412
    82
    R410
    82
    R411
    82
    R408
    R409
    4.7k
    10k
    0.01
    8W/8OHM
    N701
    10/16V
    XS302
    R418
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    25V/470u
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    +5V
    C404
    TDA6107Q
    68
    47K
    47K
    C402
    680
    V402
    R327
    22nF
    R304
    CN703
    10uF/ 16V
    R707
    CRT
    C1815
    C327
    100
    22
    3.
    0
    R417
    4.7k
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    1
    1
    10
    R425
    D
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    R401
    82
    XS302
    D
    R708
    R704
    470
    R312
    C315
    1N4148
    100
    3.
    0
    10M
    +8V
    C403
    +8V
    C312
    10k
    50V/2.2u
    2
    2
    VD320
    C323
    22nF
    0.01u
    R709
    VD311
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    VD321
    100
    3.
    0
    C324
    1N4148
    VD310
    1N4148
    3
    3
    1N4148
    C318
    1
    100/16V
    16V/100u
    C325
    C704
    C420
    C329
    1N4148
    C316
    C314
    4
    4
    4. 7u
    10uF
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    DZ704
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    MTZJ9. 1B MTZJ9. 1B
    2
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    V333
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    6
    2SC1815
    2SA1015
    R710
    10k
    R705
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    100
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    PROBE3
    C409
    V332
    2
    7
    R311
    2SC1815
    R314
    R726
    R712
    1uF/ 16V
    1k
    68
    100
    116
    10k
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    8
    PROBE2
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    R711
    C499
    VD331
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    100
    C412
    16V/100u
    114
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    22nF
    PROBE1
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    222
    22nF
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    VD704
    ERB4304
    ERB4304
    ERB4304
    10u
    R727
    33K
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    47K
    47K
    C401
    470uF
    SVHS-Y
    SVHS-C
    SW
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    R
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    0. 1uF
    X105
    VIDEO/ Y
    SYS
    SYS
    RN07
    VOL2
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    AGC
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    82
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    CN07
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    R206
    +8V
    R232
    R228
    R218
    R210
    A0
    SB
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    10K/ 3W
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    3K
    3. 3K
    47
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    C206
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    390
    L205
    10K
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    C210
    A1
    TEST
    RN05
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    0. 01uF
    +8V
    150K
    0. 022uF
    R207
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    12k
    C212
    NN01
    100
    10uF/ 50V
    R231
    R230
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    R241
    R238
    R237
    A2
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    4. 7K
    4. 7K
    R441
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    680
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    5.
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    GND
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    4.
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    4.
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    15k
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    Vi deo Out
    2. 7K
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    2.
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    27K
    27K
    3. 3K
    V103
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    R000
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    3. 9K
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    4. 7K
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    127K
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    470K
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    222
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    1K
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    15
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    5. 6K
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    +
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    L501
    33K
    IN4148
    11
    In
    Out
    2
    7
    T901
    3
    392
    R517
    2. 2K
    C906
    D?
    Gnd
    C901
    V902
    H-DRI VER
    R912
    R911
    +
    R920
    2
    735504C
    600
    +
    C547
    +
    C534
    VD912
    47uF/ 50V
    BU2508DX
    6. 8
    +
    2. 2/ 0. 5W
    220K
    1
    100uF/ 16V
    100uF/ 16V
    5n6/ 2KV
    C909
    C915
    BY228
    R511A
    VD520A
    VD520
    !
    +8V
    10uF/ 160V
    4.7uF/ 250V
    C501
    33K
    ERB4304
    R546
    C912
    DIODE
    B1206
    R503
    +
    C532
    C902
    470pF/ 500V
    !
    10K
    N506
    1. 5K
    0.1u/250VAC
    !
    470pF/ 500V
    4700pF/ 500V
    L902
    C913
    473
    600uH
    R528
    R529
    VD516
    R902
    R910
    C514
    C513
    In
    Out
    S501
    BYV95A
    100
    82
    C958
    47u
    0.5W8.2M
    0.5W8.2M
    Gnd
    R908
    2. 2K
    0. 033uF/ 630V
    !
    V508
    KDC-A04-S
    +
    +16V
    C515
    0. 47uF
    7805
    100uF/ 16V
    2SC536
    V901
    C910
    BF422L
    1000pF/ 500V
    XP501
    C533
    +
    C535
    R905
    !
    AC400V2200p
    !
    470uF/ 25V
    R501
    100
    F501
    !
    0.5W220K
    VD501
    !
    4A/250V
    ERZ14V471K
    1
    2 3
    4
    5 6
    7
    8
    9 10
    11
    12
    1
    16
    1
    0
    2
    15
    3
    14
    1
    4
    13
    1
    0
    0
    5
    12
    6
    11
    7
    10
    8
    9
    1
    1
    33
    32
    H
    out
    AVL/ REFO
    +
    34
    31
    FBISO
    SNDPLL/ SIFAGC
    35
    30
    AUDEXT/ QSSO
    Gnd2
    +
    +
    36
    29
    EHTO
    DECSDEM/ SIF2
    37
    28
    PLLIF
    AUDEEM/ SIF1
    38
    27
    IFVO/ SVO
    Tuner AGC
    +
    +
    39
    26
    Vp1
    IREF
    40
    25
    CVBSINT
    VSC
    41
    24
    Gnd1
    IF2
    Vi deo/ SVHS-Y
    42
    23
    CVBS/ Y
    IF1
    SVHS-C
    43
    22
    CHROMA
    VDRA
    44
    21
    AUDOUT/ AMOUT
    VDRB
    +
    45
    20
    INSSW2
    AVL/ EWD
    46
    19
    R2/ Vi n
    DECBG
    47
    18
    G2/ Yi n
    Gnd3
    48
    17
    B2/ Ui n
    PH1LF
    49
    16
    BCLi n
    PH2LF
    50
    15
    Bl anki ng
    DECDIG
    +
    1
    51
    14
    Rout
    Vp2
    52
    13
    Gout
    SECPLL
    +
    53
    12
    Bout
    VssA
    54
    11
    VddA
    Band2
    55
    10
    VpE
    Band1
    56
    9
    VddC
    Vss
    C/ P
    57
    8
    OscGnd
    VOL2
    58
    7
    XTALi n
    VOL1
    59
    6
    XTALout
    Key
    1
    I+
    Tuni ng
    60
    5
    Reset
    Syst em
    2
    I-
    3
    61
    4
    Vp
    VddP
    t uni ng
    4
    VOB
    62
    3
    AV1
    SDA
    5
    Gnd
    63
    2
    AV2
    SCL
    6
    VFB
    7
    64
    1
    VOA
    IRi n
    St andby
    8
    Vguard
    9
    VIFB
    1
    2
    3
    CN25
    0. 47uF
    0. 022uF
    CN32
    100uF CN35
    11
    10
    Vi-IC
    Caf
    12
    9
    TAGC
    Vo-AF
    13
    8
    Vo(vi d)
    n. c.
    CN21
    2. 2uF
    14
    7
    Vi (vi d)
    Vo-CVBS
    CN20
    2. 2uF
    15
    6
    AFC
    Tpl l
    16
    5
    VCO1
    MUTE
    17
    4
    VCO2
    CCS
    2. 7K RN09
    18
    3
    GND
    TOP
    RN08
    10K
    19
    2
    Cagc
    VIF2
    20
    1
    Vp
    VIF1

    19

    Circuit Block Diagram

    11.2 Circuit Block Diagram

    Circuit Block Diagram 11.2 Circuit Block Diagram Antenna Sound Power Amplifier CRT Horizontal Scan Output

    Antenna

    Sound Power

     

    Amplifier

     
    Circuit Block Diagram 11.2 Circuit Block Diagram Antenna Sound Power Amplifier CRT Horizontal Scan Output
    Circuit Block Diagram 11.2 Circuit Block Diagram Antenna Sound Power Amplifier CRT Horizontal Scan Output
    CRT
    CRT

    Horizontal Scan

    Output

    Vertical Scan

     

    Output

     
    Picture/Sound IF Amplifier, Video and audio signal Processing, RGB Output Circuits and H &V Sync pulse
    Picture/Sound IF Amplifier,
    Video and audio signal
    Processing,
    RGB Output Circuits
    and H &V Sync pulse
    segregation
    ROM
    Circuit Block Diagram 11.2 Circuit Block Diagram Antenna Sound Power Amplifier CRT Horizontal Scan Output

    Audio/Video In/Out

    Remote Controller

    Tuner

    SAW
    SAW
    Circuit Block Diagram 11.2 Circuit Block Diagram Antenna Sound Power Amplifier CRT Horizontal Scan Output

    I 2 C BUS

    Circuit Block Diagram 11.2 Circuit Block Diagram Antenna Sound Power Amplifier CRT Horizontal Scan Output
    Main Processor
    Main Processor
    Infrared Receiver
    Infrared Receiver
    Circuit Block Diagram 11.2 Circuit Block Diagram Antenna Sound Power Amplifier CRT Horizontal Scan Output

    20

    Circuit Diagram 11.3 PCB
    Circuit Diagram
    11.3
    PCB

    21

    Circuit Explanation

    12. Circuit Explanation

    A1.HT- 2 1 9 9

    color TV set composed of the following sections

    (1) Small signal processing: super monolithic integrated circuits N201(TDA9361). and memory N901 (AT24C08).

    (2) Sound power amplifying: integrated circuits N301,N302 ( LA4285). (3) Horizontal and Vertical scan output circuits: Vertical output integrated circuits N801(TDA8357), Horizontal output transistor V902 (2SD1651), Horizontal flying back transformer T902 (JF0501-19930). (4) Switch power supply: switch transformer T501 (BCK-08A5), power transistor N501

    (5)

    (5Q0765).

    AV switch integrated circuits N401(HEF4053).

    A2. Main integrated circuits:

    (1) TDA9361

    Microprocessor

    (2) LA4285

    Picture IF/sound IF/video processing/H and V Scan/color decoding Vertical output integrated circuits

    (3) TDA8357

    Sound power amplifying integrated circuits

    A3. Electrical circuit analysis

    1)

    Microprocessor and Small signal processing: super monolithic integrated circuits

    TDA9361

    Circuit Explanation 12. Circuit Explanation A1. HT- 2 1 9 9 color TV set composed of

    TDA9361 is super large integrated circuit decoder, containing intermediate image amplifying, teletext processing, intermediate sound amplifying, horizontal and vertical scan, small signal processing, color decoding, hi-pressure tracing and over-load protection, I 2 C

    bus control. Information introducing functions and testing data for maintenance is listed in Table 1.

     

    Table 1

       

    Working

    Ground Resistance(R)

    Step

    Function

    Voltage

    Positive

    Negative

    V

    V

    V
    V
    V
     
    • 1. STANDBY

     
    • 0.1 12.87K

    12.58K

     
    • 2. SCL

       
    • 3.5 12.9K

    12.62K

     
    • 3. SDA

       
    • 3.2 12.9K

    12.62K

     
     
    • 4. Tuning

     
    • 0.4 257K

    0.5M

     
     
    • 5. SYSTEM

     
    • 3.2 11.9K

    11.7K

     
    • 6. KEY

       
    • 3.1 30K

    33K

     
     
    • 7. VOL1

     
    • 4.42 10.9K

    10.6K

     
     
    • 8. VOL2

     
    • 4.42 10.9K

    10.6K

     

    9.

    VSS C/P

    0

    0

    0

    22

    Circuit Explanation

    Step

     

    Working

    Ground Resistance(R)

     

    Function

    Voltage

    Positive

    Negative

     
    V

    V

    V
    V
    V

    10.

    BAND1

    0

    11.9K

    10K

    11.

    BAND2

    6.38

    3.0K

    3.0K

    12.

    VSSA

    0

    0

    0

    13.

    SEC.PLL

     
    • 2.3 4.4M

    6.86M

     

    14.

    VP2

     
    • 7.7 0.75K

    0.77K

     

    15.

    DECD/G

     
    • 5.0 29.9K

    30K

     

    16.

    PH2.LF

     
    • 2.9 0.45M

    1.33M

     

    17.

    PH1.LF

     
    • 3.9 4.2M

    6.8M

     

    18.

    GND3

    0

    0

    0

    19.

    DEC.BG

    4.0

    37.3K

    37.2K

    20.

    AVL/EWD

     

    0

    6.9M

    4.6M

    21.

    V.DRB

     
    • 0.7 1.9K

    1.9K

     

    22.

    V.DRA

     
    • 0.7 1.9K

    1.9K

     

    23.

    IF.IN1

     
    • 1.9 35.6K

    35.3K

     

    24.

    IF.IN2

     
    • 1.9 35.6K

    35.3K

     

    25.

    I.REF

    3.84

    39.1K

    39K

    26.

    V.S.C.

     
    • 3.8 4.96M

    6.72M

     

    27.

    TUNER.AGC

       
    • 0.1 10.5K

    13K

     

    28.

    AU.DEEM/SIF1

       
    • 2.9 2.04M

    1.44M

     

    29.

    DECS.DEM/SIF2

       
    • 2.4 4.64M

    6.92M

     

    30.

    GND2

    0

    0

    0

    31.

    SND.PLL/SIF AGC

       
    • 2.3 0.42M

    1.38M

     

    32.

    AVL/REFO

       
    • 0.2 3.96M

    6.82M

     

    33.

    H.OUT

     
    • 0.6 2.54K

    2.56K

     

    34.

    F.B.L.SO

     
    • 0.4 30K

    30.2K

     

    35.

    AUO.EXT

       
    • 3.6 4.92M

    6.92M

     

    36.

    EHTO

     
    • 1.1 12K

    12K

     

    37.

    PLL.IF

     
    • 1.4 4.93M

    6.76M

     

    38.

    IF.VO/SVO

       
    • 2.6 0.38M

    0.98M

     

    39.

    VP1

     
    • 7.7 0.75K

    0.77K

     

    40.

    CVBS.INT

     

    3.44

    6.76M

    4.2M

    41.

    GND1

    0

    0

    0

    42.

    CVBS/Y

     
    • 3.8 384K

    4.56M

     

    43.

    CHROMA

       
    • 1.5 80.8K

    80.8K

     

    44.

    AUD.OUT/AMOUT

       
    • 3.4 1.66M

    1.2M

     

    45.

    INSS.W2

    45. INSS.W2 BL 3.1 0.71K 0.72K

    BL

    45. INSS.W2 BL 3.1 0.71K 0.72K
     
    • 3.1 0.71K

    0.72K

     

    46.

    R2/V.IN

     
    • 2.6 2.12M

    1.88M

     

    47.

    G2/Y.IN

     
    • 2.6 2.12M

    1.86M

     

    48.

    B2/U.IN

     
    • 2.6 2.16M

    1.85M

     

    49.

    BCL.IN

     
    • 2.3 4.68M

    321.5K

     

    50.

    BLK.IN

     
    • 5.1 23.1K

    23.2K

     

    51.

    R.OUT

     
    • 3.3 5.54K

    5.6K

     

    52.

    G.OUT

     
    • 3.3 5.48K

    5.5K

     

    53.

    B.OUT

     
    • 3.3 5.5K

    5.5K

     

    54.

    VDD.A

     
    • 3.1 26.2K

    30K

     

    55.

    VPE

    0

    0

    0

    23

    Circuit Explanation Circuit Explanation

       

    Function

    Working

    Ground Resistance(R)

     

    Step

    Voltage

    Positive

    Negative

    V

    V

    V
    V
    V
     
    • 56. VDD.C

    3.1

    30K

    26.2K

     
    • 57. OSC.GND

    0

    15.4

    14

     
    • 58. XTAL.IN

     
    • 1.5 262K

    1.17M

     
     
    • 59. XTAL.OUT

     
    • 1.6 227K

    0.74M

     
     
    • 60. RESET

    0

    0

    0

     
    • 61. VDDP

     
    • 3.1 26.2K

    30K

     
    • 62. AV1

       
    • 4.8 12.9K

    12.8K

     
    • 63. AV2

       
    • 4.8 12.9K

    12.8K

     
    • 64. IRin

       
    • 4.9 34.6K

    36.9K

     

    2). Analysis of common path circuits High frequency television signals, received via an antenna (or transmitted through a cable TV system) to the input terminal of the high frequency tuner U101, are processed for tuning and high frequency amplifying and mixing, then a 38.9MHz image intermediate frequency and 31.5MHZ sound intermediate frequency signal will be released at the IF terminal of TU101 to b of the transistor V101 , where signals are amplified to compensate for the insertion losses of the sound surface wave filter. Single or dual-ended input is used for the sound surface wave filters Z101 of this appliance according to system properties. Intermediate frequency signals will be transmitted to (23) and (24) of N201(TDA9361). High frequency amplify AGC output from (27) of N201 controls the gain of the high frequency tuner.

    3). Analysis of signal trap switch circuit

    Color video signal output from (38) of N201 through V250 to Z250-Z252 and Z255.All television signal is selected by V255 and V256 then pass.V255 and V256 are band-pass transistors, take part in switch at the location. The pin 5 of N201 is high level (sound frequency isn’t 4.5MHZ ), V256 conducts the signal pass through Z250-Z252 channel. When pin 6 of N201 is low level. V256 cut off and V255 conducts, the signal pass through Z255 channel. After the all television signal pass through the traps, video signal is gained, then after it pass through R260, R261,C242,N201(pin 40), V403 , it is used in AV output.

    Video signal of AV and Y signal of s-terminal pass through N401 (HEF4053BP) are selected and go into pin 42 of N201; C signal of s-terminal go into pin 43 of N201.

    R,G , B signal of RGB component respectively pass C291, C260, C261 to couple, go to pin 46, pin 47, pin 48 of N201.

    4). Analysis of sound power amplifying circuits Sound power amplifying circuits are composed of integrated circuits N301 (LA4285/87) and N302 (LA4285/87) peripheral components. LA4285/87 is an integrated electrical circuit . Information introducing functions and testing data for LA4285/87 maintenance is listed in Table

    24

    Circuit Explanation

    Table 4

       

    Working

    Ground Resistance(R)

    No.

    Function

    Voltage

    Positive

    Negative

    V

    V

    V
    V
    V
     
    • 1 INT

    6.27

    54.4K

    53.3K

     
    • 2 GND

     

    0

    2.6

    0

     
    • 3 EXT

     

    54.1K

    • 5.51 53.1K

     
    • 4 SW

     

    86.2K

    • 1.21 86.6K

     
    • 5 VOL

     

    20K

    • 4.19 20.5K

     
    • 6 FL1

     

    13.5K

    • 9.21 13.3K

     
    • 7 NFB

     

    32.5K

    • 9.19 32.3K

     
    • 8 GND

     

    0

    3

    1.5

     
    • 9 OUT

     
    • 9.25 42K

    44K

     

    10

    VCC

     

    20

    0.4M

    0.4M

    5). Analysis of horizontal sync and horizontal scan output circuits

    As the horizontal oscillation circuit is installed inside N201 (TDA9361), . Some brightness signals including compound sync signals are transmitted to the internal sync segregation circuits, where horizontal sync and vertical sync pulses are segregated. C219(472) , R235(15K) C220(1u) are connected to N201 (17) are phase-lock loop filters. Horizontal pumping signals are transmitted from (33) of N201 to horizontal promotion transistor V901 (2SD2383), and then drive the H-DRIVE transformer. After being amplified through it switches power transistor to control the horizontal scan of the electronic-beam. C918 is a horizontal S correction capacitor and L901 is for horizontal linear inductor. T902 is a horizontal output transformer.VD908,R932,R267,R266,C229 are ABL circuits.