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MTNC010307C1
B2

Service Manual Color Video Projection System

Main Manual
(P6)

Panasonic
Models Chassis
PT-51G36E AP822
PT-51G36CE AP822

Note: Refer to Technical Guide (P6) for


functional descriptions and Block Diagrams.
(MTNC010308G1).

This Service manual is issued as a service guide for the models of the P6 family listed above. Included in this manual
are a set of schematics, alignment procedures, disassembly procedures and a complete parts list.

WARNING! This Service Manual is designed for experienced repair technicians only and is not designed for use by the general public.
It does not contain warnings or cautions to advise non-technical individuals of potential dangers in attempting to service a product.
Products powered by electricity should be serviced or repaired only by experienced professional technicians. Any attempt to
service or repair the product or products dealt with in this Service Manual by anyone else could result in serious injury or death.

The service technician is required to read and follow the Safety Precautions and Important Safety Notice in this Main Manual.

Copyright 2001 by Matsushita Electric Corporation of


America. All rights reserved. Unauthorized copying
and distribution is a violation of law.

CRT Set Up
CAUTION: Insure yoke plugs on the A-Board On Service Mode DAC V02 press Vol
are reconnected before turning the PTV 2. DAF4 (H_DAF) appears, adjust by pressing
ON to prevent damage to the horizontal
output transistor and/or CRTs. Vol , until waveform is within specification.
3. Set DAF6 (V_DAF) by pressing TV/VIDEO on the
1. Connect test generator to the antenna terminal and remote until appears.
set for a monoscope pattern.
4. Adjust by pressing Vol , . until waveform is
2. Loosen yoke clamp, seat yoke against bell of CRT
and rotate to correct yoke tilt (compare to adjacent within specification.
CRT). Tighten yoke clamp. 5. Then press ACTION (Menu appears), press
3. Remove adhesive from centering tabs and set ACTION to save changes or other button to exit
centering tabs for zero correction. (Figure 21) without saving.
6. Proceed with Focus Adjustments.
Focus - Electrical & Optical Adjustments
(use for minor adjustment or for final adjustment,
for complete adjustment see following section.)
Electrical Adjustment
1. Apply NTSC monoscope pattern.

Centering Magnets Adhesive

Figure 21. Adhesive Removal


4. Cover replacement CRT lens and static converge
the tubes not replaced, if needed. Check size and
A B
linearity of pattern and adjust as required.
5. Uncover replacement CRT lens and cover other
two CRT lenses. Adjust electrical and optical focus
(lens), if required.
6. Uncover all CRT lenses and use yoke centering
magnet to converge replacement CRT (in center
area of screen only) with other two CRTs.
Disregard non-convergence in areas other than Adjust electric focus VR
and lens focus on this circle
center area.
7. Perform White Balance adjustments.
Figure 23. Lens focus adjustment
Dynamic Focus Adjustments
1. Focus adjustments should be performed after 1 Table 4: Focus Points
hour of aging.
RED GREEN BLUE
2. Use oscilloscope with 100 : 1 probe.
3. Apply monoscope pattern. Electric focus B A/B A
4. Adjust the red, blue and green focus VR on the
focus block for best focus of overall picture of each Optical Focus B A/B A
CRT. (Figure 24)
16.7ms (V Rate) 2. Cover the green and blue CRTs, projecting red
only. The electrical focus controls are located on
the front (Figure 23). Adjust the red focus VR for
best focus as indicated in Table 4).
350_V 100_V
A
B 550_V 100_V Screen
+ + +
R G B
Figure 22. D. Focus Adjustment Waveform + + + Focus
5. Connect the scope probe to TPA16, GND to R G B
TPA17. Scope set at 20V/div & 5m sec/div.
6. Confirm that level of A is 550_V 100_V and B is Figure 24. Focus Pack
350_V 100_V. 3. Adjust red lens focus (mechanical) until focus is
If level of A and B are not within the specification adjust best.
as follows:
4. Adjust red focus VR again.
1. Enter to DAF-MODE as follows:

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5. Repeat for blue focus VR while projecting blue 4. Position the longer tab of the four-pole magnet to
only. 90 degrees (uncorrected position). (See
6. Repeat for green. Figure 27).
Focus - Optical Lens Adjustment
Optical Adjustments
6-pole magnet
Note: This adjustment normally should not require (Dummy ring)
4-pole magnet
resetting unless the lens has been replaced or
Alignment magnet
adjustment has changed.

1. Optical focus adjustment is located on the top of


Figure 26. VM Coil with focus
each CRT lens system. Loosen the adjustment
correction magnet
knurled locking knob. (Figure 25)

Adjustment knurled
locking knobs
Set 90 degrees

B G R
Figure 27. 4-pole magnet
5. Position the long tab of all alignment magnets and
REAR VIEW of the dummy ring together in an uncorrected
Figure 25. Optical Lens focus Adjustment position. (See Figure 28).
2. Turn the PTV ON. Apply and view a monoscope
pattern.
3. Adjust each lens focus for best focus while viewing
each CRT.
4. Cover the red and blue CRT, projecting green only.
Rotate the green lens for best focus around screen
center area.
5. Do the same for the red focus lens while projecting
red only.
6. Repeat for blue. Figure 28. Alignment magnet
Electric & VM Focus Adjustment, (or dummy ring)
Complete adjustment Procedure:
(Perform this adjustment when a CRT is replaced 1. Apply an NTSC cross hatch pattern with dots.
or when major adjustment is required) 2. Assure that digital convergence is disabled (Dac
Preparation: D0F from 0 to 1).
1. NTSC monoscope pattern. 3. Project red only. (Cover green and blue CRTs.)
2. NTSC cross hatch pattern with dots (pincushion). 4. Turn the red electrical focus adjustment VR (on
3. Set DAC D0f from 0 to 1 (disabling digital focus pack) fully counterclockwise and note the
convergence.) position of the dots at the center of the picture.
5. Turn the red electrical focus adjustment VR
fully clockwise.
6. If the position of the dots at the center of the screen
moves from the position noted in step 4., adjust the
four pole magnets until the dots are in the same
position as noted in step4.
7. Turn the red electrical focus adjustment VR (on
focus pack) fully counterclockwise and confirm that
the position of the dots at the center of the screen
did not move from their position noted in ste p6.
8. If the position of the dots at the center of screen
moved, repeat from step 4.

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9. If the position of the dots moved after repeated 6. Remove lens covers and enable digital
adjustments, adjust until the movement of the dots convergence by changing Dac D0F from 1 to 0.
is minimized.
10. Turn the red focus VR fully clockwise.
11. Adjust the 4-pole magnets until the shape of the
dots at the center of the screen is circular.
12. Adjust red focus VR until optimum focus is 3.0
achieved.
1.0
13. Apply NTSC monoscope pattern.
14. If the center of the monoscope pattern is not inside
the 15.0mm circle, shown in Figure 29, adjust the
centering magnets. Repeat the alignment magnet
adjustments and four pole magnet adjustments
(step 1. ~ step 12.). Figure 30. Vertical Size Adjustment
Horizontal Phase Adjustment
1. Apply a monoscope pattern.
2. Set DAC D0F from 0 to 1 (disabling digital
convergence).
3. Cover both red and blue lens so that only the green
lens is projecting the monoscope pattern.
4. Change H-Size DAC data (D03) to 63 (H_Size is
minimum).
5. Turn Green Screen control clockwise (Figure 24)
until all deflecting area appear.
Figure 29. Centering magnet 6. Adjust H-Position DAC data (D04) until left size is
60.1.
15. Apply an NTSC cross hatch pattern with dots.
Picture Screen
16. Cover red and blue lenses projecting green only. Area Frame
17. Repeat above procedures for the green.
18. Enable digital convergence by changing DAC D0f
from 1 to 0.
19. Following adjustments, paint position of DY
centering magnets and fix the centering magnets Deflecting
Area
of DY, dummy rings of VM coil, four pole magnets
of VM coil and the alignment magnets of VM coil to Figure 31. H Phase Adjustment
prevent them from moving.
7. Turn Green Screen control counter clockwise
Note: Please See Service Mode (Electronic (Figure 24) until the area between deflecting area
Controls) on page 25 for entering and exiting and picture area disappear.
Service Mode. 8. Enable digital convergence by changing DAC D0F
from 1 to 0.
Vertical Size Adjustment (D00) 9. Remove lens covers.
1. Apply an NTSC monoscope pattern. Trapezoid Adjustment (D06)
2. Cover red and blue lenses. Procedures:
3. Set DAC D0F from 0 to 1 (disabling digital 1. Cover Red and Blue Lenses.
convergence). 1. Apply a crosshatch pattern.
4. Adjust centering magnets so that the center of 2. Set DAC D0F from 0 to 1 (disabling digital
pattern get aligned with screen frame center. convergence).
5. Adjust DAC D00 (V_Size) until vertical size is 3. Adjust DAC D06 (trapezoid) by pressing VOL right-
4.00.1 on top and bottom lines. (See Figure 30) left to correct image (See Figure 32).

Correct Adjustment Incorrect Adjustment

Figure 32. Trapezoid Adjustment


4. Enable digital convergence by changing DAC D0F
from 1 to 0 and remove caps from lenses.
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Pincushion Adjustment (D05) 9. Transfer lens cover from blue to red, so that blue is
Procedure: projected.
1. Cover Red and Blue Lenses. 10. Adjust blue deflection coil until the horizontal
2. Apply a crosshatch pattern. center line matches the pattern of the grid and is
3. Set DAC D0F from 0 to 1 (disabling digital leveled.
convergence). 11. Adjust blue centering magnets until the monoscope
4. Adjust DAC D05 (Pincushion) by pressing CH up- pattern center is at the appropriate distance as
down and confirm that size is 305mm at A (See indicated on Figure 34.
Figure 33) 12. Enable digital convergence by changing DAC D0F
from 1 to 0.
13. Following the adjustment, make sure that all
A deflection coils are pushed completely toward the
CRT cones and that all screws are tightened.
Horizontal Size Adjustment (D03)
This is the manual adjustment of horizontal size that is
included in the automatic convergence adjustment.
Figure 33. Pincushion Adjustment 1. Apply a monoscope pattern.
5. If Trapezoid adjustment is required after this 2. Set DAC D0F from 0 to 1 (disabling digital
adjustment, perform trapezoid adjustment. convergence).
6. Enable digital convergence by changing DAC D0F 3. Cover both red and blue lens.
from 1 to 0 and remove caps from lenses. 4. In service mode, adjust H-Size DAC (D03) until the
Centering Magnets Adjustment picture horizontal size is 5.0 0.2 lines at left side
Procedures: of screen.
1. Apply a monoscope pattern. 5. Enable digital convergence by changing DAC D0F
2. Cover the red and blue lens so only the green lens from 1 to 0.
is projecting the monoscope pattern. 6. Remove lens covers.
3. Set DAC D0F from 0 to 1 (disabling digital Convergence Adjustment
convergence).
Note: It is strongly recommended to first read and
4. Loosen the deflection coil screw on the green CRT.
understand the following section prior to
5. Adjust green deflection coil until the horizontal
make any adjustment.
center line is in line with the grid and is leveled.
6. Adjust centering magnets until the green pattern is Turn PTV on and allow it to warm up for 30
equal on left and right. Adjust also for horizontal minutes prior to making adjustments
and vertical tilt.
(WHITE PATTERN).
Note: Push deflection coil to top of CRT neck, Note: This PTV uses the scheme described
then tighten deflection screw after adjusting
below to correct for misconvergence of the
each CRT centering and Tilt.
three CRT projection tubes. There are
various modes to this operation.
7. Transfer lens cover from red to green and project
red only. Adjust deflection coil until the horizontal Preparation:
center line matches the pattern of the grid and is Place the Convergence Alignment Template (see
leveled. Convergence Alignment Template on page 24) over
8. Adjust red centering magnets until the monoscope the PTV screen. Align the center lines of the template
pattern center is at the appropriate distance as with the mechanical center markers on the PTV screen
indicated on Figure 34. frame. If the template is not available, create one using
the dimensions provided in Convergence Alignment
R G B Template on page 24.
d d Remote control must be used during the procedure.

Note: Apply the Convergence Alignment Template to


d measured in mm
the PTV screen frame to converge the Green
Raster only. Remove the Convergence
PT-51 28 mm Alignment Template following this alignment.
PT-61 17 mm The red and blue rasters can then be aligned
to the green raster.
Figure 34. Centering Magnets Adjustment.

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Raster Setup: 16. In FINE ADJUSTMENT MODE options, press
1. Cover Red & Blue lens with caps. MUTE key on remote to switch between cursor
2. Apply an NTSC monoscope pattern. mode and data mode.
3. Select DAC V00, then press VOL right or left to Cursor mode: Allows cursor movement by
enter to CONVERGENCE ADJ mode. pressing VOL right - left and CH up - down.
4. Press 0 key on remote. Data mode: Allows making adjustment by
5. Press ACTION key on remote to enter to pressing VOL right - left and CH up - down.
TEST_POS mode. 17. Either COARSE ADJUSTMENT MODE options
6. Move pattern by pressing VOL right - left and CH or FINE ADJUSTMENT MODE options, press R-
up - down so that the cursor center overlap TUNE repeatedly key on remote to cycle through
monoscope pattern center. different color adjustments (R,G,B,White)
18. To store adjustments press 7, then ACTION key
on remote, otherwise press POWER then
ACTION to exit adjustments without saving.
19. Remote Functions:

30 1, 3. . . . . . . . . . .change color view adj


2. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . change pattern
7. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . save data
5. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . overlap
Figure 35. Aligning cross-hair POWER . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . to exit
cursor with monoscope pattern RECALL . . . . . . . . . . . . display values
R-TUNE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . cycle colors
7. Press 5 key on remote to exit superimpose mode TV/VIDEO . . . . . . . . . . . . change mode
(monoscope pattern disappear). 3 secs. . . . . . . change options
8. Press TV/VIDEO key to enter DATA_POS mode Coarse Adjustment Mode
9. Adjust by pressing VOL right - left so that peak of
curve is the same position as center of cursor. Note: It is strongly recommended to first read and
understand the following section prior to
make any adjustment.
Procedure:
1. Enter to G-Size mode:
DAC V00
VOL right or left
TV/VIDEO (repeatedly)
R-TUNE (repeatedly)
Figure 36. Symmetrical shape 2. Press 2 repeatedly and apply the pattern of
border and cross.
10. Press TV/VIDEO key on remote to enter
3. Press RECALL to display values
OSD_POS mode.
4. Adjust size so that the line of the border closes to
11. Press 5 key on remote so that monoscope
the screen frame at top, bottom, left and right by
pattern appears (superimpose mode)
pressing CH up-down and VOL right-left.
12. Move cursor by pressing VOL right - left and CH
up - down so that cursor center overlap
monoscope pattern center
13. Press 0 key to go back to CONVERGENCE
ADJ mode.
14. Press TV/VIDEO key to cycle through COARSE
ADJ. MODE options.
Static Size Skew Linear
C orner Pin K ey
Figure 37. Coarse modes cycle

15. To change to FINE ADJUSTMENT MODE


options (DAC V01), press TV/VIDEO key on
remote for at least 3 seconds, to go back to Figure 38. H & V Size Adjustment
COARSE ADJ MODE options press TV/VIDEO 5. Press 7 then ACTION key on remote to save
on remote again for 3 seconds. changes.

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6. Enter to linearity G-LINEAR mode by pressing 18. Press 7 then ACTION key on remote to save
TV/VIDEO. changes
7. Adjust linearity by pressing VOL right-left until A=B
(See Figure 39)

A B

A B

Figure 42. KEY mode adjustment


Note: Confirm that pattern looks like a square and
almost overlaps the screen frame, check that
Figure 39. Linear Mode Adjustment vertical and horizontal line center match with
8. Press 7 then ACTION key on remote to save the marks on screen frame, if linearity is not
changes. good enough, repeat adjustments.
9. Enter to PIN G-PIN mode by pressing TV/ 19. Enter to STATIC mode by pressing TV/VIDEO.
VIDEO. 20. Press 1 or 3 repeatedly until green and red only
10. Adjust V_PIN by pressing CH up-down (See are shown.
Figure 40). 21. Adjust R-STATIC so that the center of red
11. Adjust H_PIN by pressing VOL right-left. overlaps with the center of green.
12. Press 7 then ACTION key on remote to save
changes.

Red
Green

Figure 43. STATIC mode adjustment


22. Enter to SKEW R-SKEW mode by pressing TV/
VIDEO
23. Adjust R-SKEW so that the vertical and horizontal
Figure 40. H & V PIN Adjustment line of center overlaps with green (See Figur e44)
13. Enter to CORNER G-CORNER mode by pressing 24. Press 7 then ACTION key on remote to save
TV/VIDEO. changes.
14. Adjust by pressing VOL right-left (See Figure 41).
15. Press 7 then ACTION key on remote to save
changes.

Figure 41. Corner Adjustment


16. Enter to KEY G-KEY mode by pressing TV/
VIDEO. Figure 44. SKEW adjustment
17. Adjust by pressing CH up-down (See Figure 42) Note: Remember always save data following each
adjustment by pressing 7 key on remote, then
ACTION.

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25. Enter to LINEARITY R-LINEAR mode by Fine Adjustment Mode (V01)
pressing TV/VIDEO. (Convergence)
26. Adjust Horizontal linearity (See Figure 39)
27. Enter to SIZE R-SIZE mode by pressing TV/ Note: It is strongly recommended to first read and
VIDEO understand the following section prior to
28. Adjust so that the line on the border closes to the make any adjustment.
screen frame at top, bottom, left and right (See
Figure 38)
29. Enter to PIN R-PIN mode by pressing TV/VIDEO Helpful Hint:
30. Adjust horizontally and vertically (See Figure 40) The easiest way to adjust convergence is to begin
31. Enter to CORNER R-CORNER mode by pressing from the center of the screen, to the border in all the
TV/VIDEO. convergence adjustments.
32. Adjust corners (See Figure 41)
33. Enter to KEY R-KEY mode by pressing TV/ Remote Functions:
VIDEO 1, 3. . . . . . . . . . .change color view adj
34. Adjust KEY (See Figure 42) 2. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . change pattern
35. Display pattern of border and cross, then check 7. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . save data
that red overlaps green pattern, if it is not 5. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . overlap
satisfactory, repeat from step 19. POWER . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . to exit
36. Enter to STATIC B-STATIC mode. RECALL . . . . . . . . . . . . display values
37. Press 1 or 3 key repeatedly on remote until only R-TUNE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . cycle colors
green and blue pattern are displayed TV/VIDEO . . . . . . . . . . . . change mode
38. Adjust B-STATIC so that the center of blue 3 secs. . . . . . . change options
overlaps with the center of green (See Figure 45). MUTE (fine) . . . cursor & data mode
In FINE ADJUSTMENT MODE options, press
MUTE key on remote to switch between cursor
mode and data mode.
Cursor mode (cursor flashing): Allows
cursor movement by pressing VOL right - left
and CH up - down.
Data mode (cursor fixed): Allows making
Blue adjustment by pressing VOL right - left and
Green
CH up - down.
Procedure:
Figure 45. B-STATIC adjustment
39. Perform all adjustments for Blue (B-SKEW, B- 1. Enter to G-EASY mode (for green):
LINEAR, B-SIZE, B-PIN, B-CORNER, B-KEY) DAC V01
40. Display Border and cross pattern and confirm that VOL right or left
blue overlaps with green pattern, if it is not TV/VIDEO (repeatedly)
satisfactory, repeat for blue. R-TUNE (repeatedly)
41. Press 1 or 3 key repeatedly on remote until 2. Press 2 repeatedly and apply the pattern of
Green, Red and Blue (White), confirm that red and crosshatch.
blue overlaps with green pattern. 3. Press 1 or 3 repeatedly until the pattern becomes
42. Press 7 key on remote, then ACTION to save green.
changes. 4. Press RECALL to display values.
43. Press POWER then ACTION to exit adjustments or 5. In EASY mode, the adjustment value changes by
press TV/VIDEO for at least 3 seconds to change 4 steps
to Fine Adjustment Mode. 6. EASY mode allows to move lines horizontally and
vertically from the center of cursor.

Cursor

Figure 46. EASY adjustment cursor Positions

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7. This mode afects a wide area around the cursor 17. Begin adjustment from the center to the edge of
than other adjustment modes, See values on the screen.
screen by pressing RECALL on remote
(seeFigure 47) left/right
8. Begin adjustment from the center to the edge of
the screen.
9. Adjust by pressing CH up/down and VOL right/lef
on the remote control when the cursor is not
blinking, if the cursor is blinking press MUTE on the
remote. up/down

left/right

Figure 49. POINT & ORIG. POINT adjustment

up/down 18. Adjust to make lines as much straight as possible


19. When slightly adjustment is needed, use ORIG.
POINT mode.
20. To enter to G-ORIG. POINT (for green) mode
press TV/VIDEO.
21. With ORIG. POINT, the adjustment data changes
Figure 47. EASY adjustment by 1 step, this allows more detail in the adjustment.
See values on screen by pressing RECALL on
10. To move the cursor press MUTE on the remote remote
(cursor blinks), then move the cursor to any of the 22. Confirm that green adjustment is good enough, if
9 positions for EASY mode(see Figure 46) adjustment is not satisfactory, repeat adjustments.
11. This adjustment may help to make rounded lines 23. Enter to LINE G-LINE mode by pressing TV/
become straight lines VIDEO.
12. Adjust to make lines as straight as possible 24. LINE mode allows to move each single line
13. Enter to POINT G-POINT (for green) mode by horizontally and vertically (See Figure 51).
pressing TV/VIDEO. 25. Begin adjustment from the center to the edge of
14. POINT mode allows to move line horizontally and the screen (see Figure 50)
vertically from the perimeter of cursor making 26. Adjust to make distribute lines
rounded lines become straight (See Figure 48)
15. In POINT mode, the adjustment data changes by
2 steps, See values on screen by pressing Screen
Frame
RECALL on remote.
Screen
Frame

Figure 50. LINE adjustment cursor Positions

27. Then press 1 or 3 on the remote until red and


Cursor green appears.
Blinks

Figure 48. POINT & ORIG. POINT cursor positions Note: Since convergence adjustment will not
allows to adjust every single cross section
16. When the cursor is located in the outer area of the of the grid, it is very important to adjust, so
border the cursor starts to blink from one side to that overall looks best.
other and the adjustment is for the non-visible area
(inside the ovals area, see Figure 48); This applies
to POINT & ORIGIN. POINT modes.

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. 30. Perform adjustments so that blue overlaps Yellow
(Red and Green).
left/right 31. Press 1 or 3 key on remote to display red, green
and blue (White).
32. At this point the crosshatch pattern should look
white
33. If the crosshatch pattern is not only white, repeat
adjustment for that color (Red or Blue)
up/down 34. Once the crosshatch pattern looks only white,
perform the adjustments for White (POINT,
ORIG. POINT & LINE), notice that each
adjustment is only for white (Red,Green,Blue)
35. Adjust white for a good line distribution and make
Figure 51. LINE adjustment lines completely straight.
36. Press 7 key on remote, then ACTION to save
28. Perform adjustments for red so that red overlaps changes.
green, do not move green. 37. Press POWER then ACTION to exit adjustments.
29. Press 1 or 3 on the remote until Yellow (Red and
Green) and blue appears, do not move green or
red.
Horizontal and Vertical Size Check
1. Apply monoscope pattern.

3.5

4.0 2.0

Figure 52. H & V size check

2. Confirm that horizontal size is 5 0.2 lines at A


and B and that vertical size is 3.5 0.1 lines at C
and D as indicated in Figure 52.

Convergence Alignment Template


The Convergence Alignment Template is a grid Note: A convergence alignment template, part
approximately the size of the viewing screen used to number TXFQD01ESER, is available through
ensure the proper size and shape of the alignment Matsushita/Panasonic Services.
rasters. It is 6 blocks across by 6 blocks high. The grid
dimensions vary with the mode of operation. 3 2 1
Center
2
1 3
Apply a Convergence Alignment Template to the
viewing screen of the PTV. Make sure the center lines 3

are properly aligned. If a template is not available, one


2
can be created by following the instructions below.
Create a Convergence Alignment Template by 1

drawing a pattern, as in Figure 53, in the actual


Center
dimensions on transparent film or tracing paper. Start
with the Horizontal and Vertical Center Axis and work 1

outwards until the pattern is complete. Pay attention to


2
the actual dimensions of the pattern.
Grid Dimensions: 3

51 Models: 85.5mm Horizontal X 93mm Vertical.

Figure 53. Convergence adjustment grid

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Service Mode (Electronic Controls)
This PTV has electronic technology using the IC Bus 8. CHK = Normal operation of CHANNEL
Concept. It performs as a control function and it and VOLUME .
replaces many mechanical controls. Instead of
adjusting mechanical controls individually, many of the b a b a
control functions are now performed by using On
32 B 0 2 215 C 0
Screen Display Menu. (The Service Adjustment
Mode.)
An address Menu appears in the right
hand corner of the screen
Note: It is suggested that the technician reads all the
way through and understand the following
procedure for Entering/Exiting the Service Figure 54. Service Mode Menu Adjustments.
Adjustment Mode; then proceed with the
instructions working with the PTV. When
becoming familiar with the procedure, the Flow Exiting the Service Mode:
Chart for Service Mode may be used as a Press the Action and Power on the PTV
quick guide. simultaneously for at least 2 seconds.
THE PTV EXITS SERVICE MODE.
The PTV momentarily shuts off; then comes back on
Quick Entry to Service Mode: tuned to channel 3 with a preset level of sound.
When minor adjustments need to be done to the
Any programmed channels, channels caption data and
electronic controls, the method of Entering the service
some others user defined settings will be erased.
Mode without removal of the cabinet back is as follows
using the Remote Control:
IMPORTANT NOTE:
1. Select SET-UP icon and select CABLE mode.
2. Select TIMER icon and set SLEEP time for 30 Min.
Always Exit the Service Mode
3. Press ACTION twice to exit menus. Following Adjustments.
4. Tune to the Channel 124.
5. Adjust VOLUME to minimum (0).
6. Press VOL (decrease) on PTV. Red CHK To Check Purity:
appears in upper corner. Press Recall on the Remote Control when in Service
Mode (red CHK is displayed) to enter the Purity Field
Check Mode.
Note: After PTV is set into SERVICE mode, set
TIMER back to NO. NORMAL
SCREEN

Press Recall again to select desired field.

To toggle between Aging and Service


BLUE GRN. RED WHITE
modes: SCREEN SCREEN SCREEN SCREEN
While the CHK is displayed on the left top corner
of the CRT, pressing ACTION and VOL UP on Figure 55. Purity Check Field Mode.
the PTV simultaneously will toggle between the
modes. Red CHK for Service and yellow CHK for
Aging.
7. Press Power on the Remote Control to select
one of the Service Adjustment Modes.
1. B= Service VCJ SUB-DATA ADJUSTMENTS.
2. C= Service VCJ CUT-OFF ADJUSTMENTS.
3. D= Service PINCUSHION ADJUSTMENTS.
4. P= Service PIP ADJUSTMENTS.
5. S = Service S OPTION ADJUSTMENTS.
6. X = Service X OPTION ADJUSTMENTS.
7. V= Service Y OPTION ADJUSTMENTS.

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Service Mode (Electronic Controls, Continued)
Note: Registers marked as FIXED are factory preset, Adj. Default
Service Adjustment
the default value must not be changed Range Level
C03 Brightness FIXED 31
Important Note: C04 G Drive (RF) 0 ~ 127 65
Write down the original values (b in the
adjustment mode details, Figure 54) for each C05 B Drive (RF) 0 ~ 127 66
address adjustment before modifying values. C06 G CutOff (Video) FIXED 127
Follow the procedure below to access the various C07 B CutOff (Video) FIXED 127
Service adjustments. (Same procedures applies to
each section.) C08 G Drive (Video) FIXED 127
a. Press C09 B Drive (Video) FIXED 127
CH buttons on the Remote Control to select any of
C0A G CutOff (Component) FIXED 127
the seven Service Sub Adjustment Addresses. (a in
Figure 54) C0B B CutOff (Component) FIXED 127
b. Press C0C G Drive (Component) FIXED 127
The buttons on the Remote Control to adjust the
level of the selected Service Adjustments. C0D B Drive (Component) FIXED 127

B Items Service Sub Adjustments C0E Drive Color Temp. FIXED 8


C0F Contrast Color Temp. FIXED 5
Adj. Default
Service Adjustment
Range Level Table 6: Service Adj. C00 ~ C0F (Continued)
B00 Sub Brightness 0 ~ 127 44
B01 Sub Contrast (RF) 0 ~ 15 5 D Items Pincushion Adjustments
B02 Sub Color 0 ~ 63 18 Adj. Default
Service Adjustment
B03 Sub Tint 0 ~ 63 34 Range Level
Sub Brightness D00 Vertical Amplitude 0 ~ 30 20
B04 FIXED 127
(Video/Component)
D01 Vertical Linearity 0 ~ 15 13
Sub Contrast
B05 FIXED 16 D02 Vertical S Correction 0~7 6
(Video/Component)
D03 Horizontal Amplitude 0 ~ 63 30
B06 Sub Color (Video) FIXED 127
D04 Horizontal Centering 0 ~ 31 17
B07 Sub Tint (Video) FIXED 130
D05 EW Parabola 0 ~ 31 6
B08 Sub Color (Component) FIXED 127
D06 Trapezoid 0 ~ 15 5
B09 Sub Tint (Component) FIXED 75
D07 EW Corner 2 0 ~ 15 8
Sub Sharpness
B0A FIXED 15
(RF/Video) D08 H EHT Correction 0 ~ 255 8
Sub Sharpness D09 Vertical Amplitude FIXED 4
B0B FIXED 20
(Component)
D0A V BLK Start Phase FIXED 12
B0C Sub Contrast ---- ----
D0B V BLK Stop Phase FIXED 14
Table 5: Service Adj. B00 ~ B0C D0C V AGC FIXED 1

C Items VCJ Cutoff Adjustments D0D Vertical Centering FIXED 63


D0E V Cent. DAC SW FIXED 0
Adj. Default
Service Adjustment D0F Conver. FIXED 0
Range Level
D10 Free Run ON/OFF FIXED 1
C00 R Cutoff 0 ~ 255 128
D11 V Size OffSet FIXED 2
C01 G Cutoff (RF) 0 ~ 255 128
D12 V Lin OffSet FIXED 8
C02 B Cutoff 0 ~ 255 129
Table 7: Service Adj. D00 ~ D12
Table 6: Service Adj. C00 ~ C0F

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P PIP Adjustments Adj. Default
Service Adjustment
Range Level
Adj. Default
Service Adjustment
Range Level S12 Surround Effect FIXED 3

P00 PIP Color FIXED 92 Table 9: Serviceman Adj. S00 ~ S12 (Continued)
P01 PIP Tint FIXED 54
X Option Items
P02 PIP Brightness 0 ~ 31 22
P03 PIP Contrast 0 ~ 127 80 Adj. Default
Service Adjustment
Range Level
P04 PIP V Position 9 Up FIXED 27
X00 Clip Level FIXED 8
P05 PIP V Position 9 Down FIXED 144
X01 Correct Gain ---- ----
P06 PIP H Position 9 Left FIXED 12
X02 Limit Level FIXED 24
P07 PIP H Position 9 Right FIXED 103
X03 Core Level FIXED 41
P08 PIP V Position 16 Up FIXED 27
X04 C Delay (RF) FIXED 2
P09 PIP V Posit 16 Down FIXED 161
X05 C Delay (Video) FIXED 5
P0A PIP H Position 16 Left FIXED 12
X06 VM Limit Level FIXED 90
P0B PIP H Position 16 Right FIXED 118
X07 VM Core Level FIXED 8
P0C PIP Freerun ---- ----
X08 Sharpness FIXED 50
P0D PIP Y Delay FIXED 4
X09 VM Limit Level A FIXED 255
P0E PIP BG Start FIXED 17
X0A VM Freq. SW FIXED 1
Table 8: Service Adj. P00 ~ P0E
Table 10: Service Adj. X00 ~ X0A
S Option Items
V Option Adjustments
Adj. Default
Service Adjustment
Range Level Adj. Default
Service Adjustment
Range Level
S00 B.S. Point FIXED 7
V00 Static Conv. Mode ---- ----
S01 RGB Gamma FIXED 1
V01 Point Conv. Mode ---- ----
S02 Col Gamma FIXED 0
V02 DAF Mode ---- ----
S03 ABL Gain FIXED 2
V03 DAF ON/OFF FIXED 0
S04 ABL Point FIXED 0
V04 ABL Input Level FIXED 5
S05 RGB Brightness FIXED 10
V05 Blue Gamma FIXED 0
S06 MTS Input Level 0 ~ 63 33
V06 VM ON/OFF FIXED 0
S07 MTS Low Separation 0 ~ 63 8
V07 ABL ON/OFF FIXED 0
S08 MTS High Separation 0 ~ 63 30
Test Pattern
S09 Clock adjustment 0 ~ 255 128 V08 0 ~ 255 20
Vertical Phase
S0A Loudness Comp FIXED 7
Test Pattern
V09 0 ~ 255 29
S0B Caption Digital Filter SW FIXED 1 Vertical OSD
S0C Caption Scroll FIXED 1 Test Pattern
V0A 0 ~ 255 65
Horizontal OSD
S0D RGB MTX (RF/Video) FIXED 6
V0B V1 Delay 0 ~ 255 1
S0E RGB MTX (Component) FIXED 5
User Static Data
S0F BBE ON/OFF FIXED 1 V0C FIXED 100
(Vertical, Red)
S10 BBE Low Level FIXED 4 User Static Data
V0D FIXED 100
S11 BBE High Level FIXED 6 (Vertical, Green)

Table 11: Service Adj. V00 ~ V15

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Adj. Default Contrast Adjustment
Service Adjustment Preparation:
Range Level
1. Set Auto Color and AI Picture to OFF
User Static Data 2. Set the following in the user picture menu as
V0E FIXED 100
(Vertical, Blue) follows:
User Static Data COLOR: min. (0)
V0F FIXED 100 PICTURE: max (63)
(Horizon, Red)
BRIGHT: center (31)
User Static Data SHARPNESS: min. (0)
V10 FIXED 100
(Horizon, Green)
Set CutOff Data:
User Static Data DAC C00 (R_CutOff) to 128.
V11 FIXED 100
(Horizon, Blue) DAC C01 (G_RF CutOff) to 128.
DAC C02 (B_CutOff) to 128.
Test Pattern Horizontal
V12 FIXED 0 ~ 90 DAC C06 (G_Video CutOff) to 127.
Phase (LOW)
DAC C07 (B_Video CutOff) to 127.
Test Pattern Fine DAC C0A (G_Video Component) to 127.
V13 FIXED 4 ~ 100
Horizontal Phase (LOW) DAC C0B (B_Video Component) to 127.
Test Pattern Coarse Set Drive Data:
V14 FIXED 0~0 DAC C04 (G_Drive RF) to 64.
Horizontal Phase (LOW)
DAC C05 (B_Drive RF) to 64.
V15 Start Line (LOW) FIXED 0 ~ 11
Procedure:
Table 11: Service Adj. V00 ~ V15 (Continued)
1. Use 100:1 probe for measurements.
2. Apply a Black/White Pattern (See Figure 56)
HV_Feedback Voltage (D08)
Procedure:
1. Apply a NTSC all black pattern.
2. Connect meter (+) to TPA38 and (-) to TPA20
3. Adjust DAC D08 so that reading on meter is
5.0_V0.2_V.
Sub-Bright Adjustment (B00)
Procedure:
1. Set to normal picture settings.
2. Connect meter (+) to TPA18 and (-) to TNPA19.
3. Apply a black level pattern. Figure 56. Black/white Pattern
4. Adjust DAC B00 (Sub-Brightness) so that reading 3. Connect Scope to TPLR1 and adjust Sub-Bright
on meter is 17.0_V1_V (7.5 IRE part is same light (B00) data until voltage measured is 190V 2V.
output as 3 IRE part (See Figure 56). See Figure 57.
5. Apply a monoscope pattern and put bright control 4. Connect Scope to TPLG1 and adjust R-CutOff
to max. and confirm same reading on meter. (C00) data until voltage measured is 190V 2V.
(See Figure 57).
5. Connect Scope to TPLB1 and adjust B-CutOff
(C02) data until voltage measured is 190V 2V.
(See Figure 57).
6. Connect Scope to TPLR1 and adjust Sub-Contrast
(B01) data to obtain 85V2 V between black
(7.5 IRE) and White level (See Figure 57).

7.5 IRE

85V2V (R)
190V2V (R, G,B)

Use 100:1 Probe


GND

Figure 57. Contrast Adjustment.

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Service Mode (Electronic Controls, Continued)
Red, Green & Blue Screen Cutoff MTS Circuit Adjustments
1. Use either a no input signal condition or raster from Note: It is important to adjust the MTS circuit in the
the NTSC generator. order shown below.
2. Observing the green tube directly or via a reflective The MTS Circuit Adjustments require two steps:
surface, adjust the VR on the green tube for 1. Input Level Adjustment.
minimum noise. 2. Stereo Separation Adjustment.
3. Adjust the noise level in the red and blue tubes to Input Level Adjustment (S06)
match the noise level in the green tube. Preparation:
White Balance Adjustment 1. Connect an RMS meter (AC Range) with filter jig
Prior to this adjustment, perform Contrast adjustment. as shown in Figure 58.
This adjustment requires that the service use skills in
observing what a screen without color should look like RMS TPE11
METER L_OUT
(White Picture). 10k
1. Enter the service mode.
2. Apply a black and white pattern to one of the video
4700p
inputs. Figure 58. Filter Jig
High Light White Balance Adjustment
2. Connect an RF signal generator to the RF
1. Adjust DAC C04 for Green and C05 for Blue
antenna input.
adjustments.
Procedure:
2. Make sure the screen is not blue or Green. The
1. Apply the following signal from the RF signal
screen should be white in all areas.
generator:
3. Check the black and white pattern for a black and
Video: 100 IRE flat field, 30% modulation.
white picture with even shades of gray and no color
Audio: 300Hz, 100% modulation, monaural
tint in the picture.
(70 5dB, 75 OPEN, P/S 10dB). Make sure to
Low Light White Balance Adjustment
turn off 75s pre-emphasis.
1. Adjust DAC C01 for Green and DAC C02 for blue.
2. Adjust (S6) MTS-INPUT data until the voltage
2. Check the screen for even white in all areas, no
measured is 106mV 6.0mV rms.
color.
3. Check the black and white pattern for a black and
Stereo Separation Adjustment (S07 & S08)
white picture, even shades of gray and no color tint
Preparation:
in the low light areas.
4. Repeat the High Light and Low Light White 1. Connect an RF signal generator to the RF
Balance again until the white balance tracks from antenna input.
high light to low light. 2. Connect an oscilloscope probe to TPE10 (R_out).
Procedure:
Tint and Color Check 1. Set PTV to Stereo Mode (in the Audio Menu).
Again, the service ability to see color and the balance 2. Apply the following signal from the RF signal
of color is important for theses adjustments.
generator:
Tint Check Video: 100 IRE flat field, 30% modulation.
1. In Picture Menu set Picture Norm to YES. Audio: 300Hz, 30% modulation, stereo (left only)
2. Apply color bars to the video input. (70dB 5dB, 75 OPEN, P/S 10dB).
3. Magenta is composed of two colors, blue and red.
4. Check to see that magenta does not have too
much blue or too much red. Note: Set the 30% modulation with the pilot
5. Check cyan. Cyan is composed of blue and green. light SW and N.R. switches OFF then turn
It should not have too much blue or green. them ON while testing.
6. Use a test signal from a VCR or laser disk that has
a pre-recorded close up of a signal that has good 3. Adjust MTS Low-Level Separation (S07) data (in
flesh tones. the Service Adjustment Menu) until the amplitude of
7. The signal on the VCR or laser disk should look the measured waveform on the scope is minimum.
normal. 4. Apply the following signal from the RF
Color Check signal generator:
Using a clean RF or video signal, set the color level so Video: 100 IRE flat field, 30% modulation.Audio:
that it does not saturate or appear harsh. Make sure 3KHz, 30% modulation, stereo (left only).
that color is not set so that it appears dull and washed (70dB 5dB, 75 OPEN, P/S 10dB).
out. Look for natural colors, try to adjust the picture to
appear as a normal photograph.

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Service Mode (Electronic Controls, Continued)
PIP Adjustment
Note: Set the 30% modulation with theP.L and
N.R. switches OFF then turn them ON while Preparation:
testing. 1. Apply a color bar pattern.
2. Connect Scope to Connector A20 pin 2 on A-Board
or Connector Y1 pin 2 (TPY2) on Y-Board.
5. Adjust MTS High-Level Separation (S08) data until 3. Turn PIP on.
the amplitude of the waveform measured on the
scope is minimum. Procedure:
6. Repeat above steps 2 through 4 until the amplitude 1. Adjust DAC P03 (PIP Contrast) so that Child
is at minimum for both signals. Waveform level is 90% of Parent Waveform level
(See Figure 59).
Clock Adjustment (S12) WHITE P-Y
Preparation: Child
Perent C-Y
Connect the frequency counter from IC001 MPU
Pin 34 or TPA39, to cold ground ( ). 0.90.1Vp-p
1.00.1Vp-p
Note: Frequency Counter probe capacitance should
be 8pF or less.
BLACK
Procedure:
1. Turn the PTV ON with the AC power applied. Figure 59. Parent and Child Y
2. Measure IC001 MPU pin 34 for frequency and
record the reading.

Note: Pin 34 measurement must have at least four


digits of resolution following the decimal point.
Example: 000.0000

3. Place the PTV into Service Mode for making


electronic adjustment, select the Clock Adjustment
DAC (S9) and change value to 128.
4. Calculate and set S9 based on the
following formula:

{ 187.5000 pin ( 34 ) [ Hz ] }
S ( 09 ) = 128 + 1.35x10 6 x -----------------------------------------------------------------
187.5000

Note: Pin 34 measurement will not change


regardless of the value stored in S09.

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PT-51G36E/EC A-Board Schematic, Left Portion

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A-Board Schematic & Waveforms PT-51G36E/EC

WAVEFORMS
1 A-Board
IC451 Pin 2 - 67.2Vp-p
V-OUT

1 A-Board
Q501 COLLECTOR - 188Vp-p
H-DRIVE

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PT-51G36E/EC P-Board Schematic, Left Portion

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P-Board Schematic & Voltages PT-51G36E/EC

P-Board Voltage Measurements


(IC & Transistors)

IC801 IC802 IC832


1 . . . . . 1.56 1 . . . 141.20 1 . . . . 11.47
2 . . . . . 0.36 2 . . . . 10.38 2 . . . . . 0.00
3 . . . . . 0.17 3 . . . . . 0.00 3 . . . . . 8.86
4 . . . . . 0.10
5 . . . . . 0.00
6 . . . . . 5.16 IC833
7 . . . . 16.18 1 . . . . . 7.85
8 . . . . . 0.00 2 . . . . . 0.00
9 . . . . . 5.96 3 . . . . . 4.89

Q801 Q802
S 0.00 0.71
D 16.10 0.10
G 4.87 0.00

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PT-51G36E/EC X-Board Schematic, Left Portion

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X- Board Schematic, Right Portion & Voltages PT-51G36E/EC

X-Board Voltage Measurements


(IC & Transistors)

IC001 IC101
1 ..... 4.72 33 . . . . . . 4.78 1 . . . . . . 4.14 29 ..... 3.90
2 ..... 4.94 34 . . . . . . 0.00 2 . . . . . . 0.00 30 ..... 4.15
3 ..... 2.45 35 . . . . . . 4.88 3 . . . . . . 3.37 31 ..... 0.00
4 ..... 0.00 36 . . . . . . 0.00 4 . . . . . . 3.36 32 ..... 0.00
5 ..... 4.89 37 . . . . . . 4.92 5 . . . . . . 3.36 33 ..... 4.60
6 ..... 2.00 38 . . . . . . 0.00 6 . . . . . . 0.00 34 ..... 0.97
7 ..... 2.12 39 . . . . . . 4.26 7 . . . . . . 8.56 35 ..... 1.91
8 ..... 4.89 40 . . . . . . 4.27 8 . . . . . . 0.00 36 ..... 4.33
9 ..... 0.74 41 . . . . . . 0.00 9 . . . . . . 5.16 37 ..... 8.70
10 ..... 1.51 42 . . . . . . 0.00 10 . . . . . . 0.00 38 ..... 3.10
11 ..... 1.45 43 . . . . . . 0.00 11 . . . . . . 7.55 39 ..... 5.92
12 ..... 0.00 44 . . . . . . 0.00 12 . . . . . . 4.54 40 ..... 7.24
13 ..... 4.78 45 . . . . . . 3.61 13 . . . . . . 2.51 41 ..... 5.64
14 ..... 4.89 46 . . . . . . 1.53 14 . . . . . . 2.49 42 ..... 4.77
15 ..... 4.89 47 . . . . . . 1.54 15 . . . . . . 2.56 43 ..... 1.10
16 ..... 0.00 48 . . . . . . 0.00 16 . . . . . . 8.71 44 ..... 0.00
17 ..... 4.76 49 . . . . . . 4.94 17 . . . . . . 4.93 45 ..... 1.71
18 ..... 4.91 50 . . . . . . 1.32 18 . . . . . . 4.79 46 ..... 1.56
19 ..... 3.88 51 . . . . . . 1.32 19 . . . . . . 4.71 47 ..... 2.15
20 ..... 0.00 52 . . . . . . 4.94 20 . . . . . . 2.07 48 ..... 2.17
21 ..... 1.86 53 . . . . . . 4.92 21 . . . . . . 2.31 49 ..... 3.77
22 ..... 4.94 54 . . . . . . 4.94 22 . . . . . . 1.15 50 ..... 3.25
23 ..... 0.28 55 . . . . . . 4.59 23 . . . . . . 7.28 51 ..... 4.79
24 ..... 3.23 56 . . . . . . 4.92 24 . . . . . . 0.64 52 ..... 2.84
25 ..... 1.16 57 . . . . . . 4.88 25 . . . . . . 5.06 53 ..... 2.87
26 ..... 2.89 58 . . . . . . 4.88 26 . . . . . . 2.00 54 ..... 3.69
27 ..... 1.27 59 . . . . . . 4.15 27 . . . . . . 4.31 55 ..... 3.01
28 ..... 4.06 60 . . . . . . 3.92 28 . . . . . . 3.11 56 ..... 3.13
29 ..... 3.96 61 . . . . . . 4.94
30 ..... 0.00 62 . . . . . . 2.32
31 ..... 4.73 63 . . . . . . 2.55
32 ..... 4.78 64 . . . . . . 0.00 IC6501
1 . . . . . . 0.00 15 ..... 2.65
2 . . . . . . 4.74 16 ..... 3.34
3 . . . . . . 0.00 17 ..... 3.34
IC005 IC002 4 . . . . . . 0.00 18 ..... 2.23
1 ..... 0.00 5 . . . . . . 0.00 19 ..... 0.00
1 . . . . . 7.70 6 . . . . . . 0.00 20 ..... 2.35
2 . . . . . 0.00 2 ..... 0.00
3 ..... 0.00 7 . . . . . . 0.71 21 ..... 1.40
3 . . . . . 4.94
4 ..... 0.00 8 . . . . . . 4.74 22 ..... 0.39
5 ..... 4.16 9 . . . . . . 3.94 23 ..... 4.78
6 ..... 3.92 10 . . . . . . 4.06 24 ..... 0.37
7 ..... 0.00 11 . . . . . . 0.00 25 ..... 1.14
8 ..... 4.94 12 . . . . . . 2.34 26 ..... 1.14
13 . . . . . . 0.00 27 ..... 3.47
14 . . . . . . 2.27 28 ..... 0.55

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PT-51G36E/EC K, G & R Board Schematics & Layouts

K-Board Schematic G-Board Schematic R-Board

R-Board Layout

K-Board Layout

G-Board Layout

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LB-Board Schematic, Layout & Voltages PT-512G36E/CE

LB-Board Voltage Measurements

Q960 Q959 Q961 Q3391 Q3341


B 9.54 131.40 139.90 3.21 2.98
C 71.30 71.30 132.00 11.48 11.99
E 8.97 132.10 140.50 2.98 2.39

Q3342 Q397 Q393 Q394 Q395 Q396


B 2.32 8.13 11.98 168.30 166.90
C 0.00 167.80
1.46 167.10 216.80 1.09 8.66
E 2.92 8.39 0.00 167.90 167.80 167.80

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PT-51G36E/CE LG-Board Schematic, Layout & Voltages

LG-Board Voltage Measurements

Q375 Q376 Q373 Q374 Q956


B 175.10 175.90 11.98 176.30 9.94
C 1.25 8.64 175.10 216.60 73.20
E 175.90 175.70 11.46 176.00 9.37

Q955 Q941 Q937 Q938 Q935 Q934


B 131.80 0.98 6.84 140.00 7.43
C 73.30 7.43
9.38 0.00 132.30 19.01 0.00
E 132.30 0.39 7.46 140.50 6.84 8.08

Q936 Q377 IC3371


B 8.07 8.11 1 . . . . 19.01
C 19.02 1.54 2 . . . . . 0.00
E 7.49 8.34 3 . . . . .11.99

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LR-Board Schematic, Layout & Voltages PT-51G36E/CE

LR-Board Voltage Measurements

Q357 Q353 Q354 Q3351 Q350 Q351


B 8.10 11.98 174.50 3.16 0.00 0.61
C 1.61 173.20 217.20 11.46 215.30 0.00
E 8.34 11.45 174.10 2.94 0.00 0.00

Q931 Q932 Q957 Q958 Q356 Q355


B 139.90 0.97 131.40 9.65 174.10
C 132.00 173.20
9.08 71.70 71.70 8.50 0.74
E 140.50 0.37 132.10 9.08 174.00 174.00

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PT-51G36E/CE Y-Board Schematic, Layout & Voltages

Y-Board Voltage Measurements


(IC & Transistors)

IC1801 Q1801 Q1802 Q1803


1 ..... 0.00 27 . . . . . .3.23 B 0.00 3.39 3.34
2 ..... 1.52 28 . . . . . .3.23 C 4.08 2.84 2.78
3 ..... 1.59 29 . . . . . .0.00 E 0.00 4.06 3.94
4 ..... 1.52 30 . . . . . .0.00
5 ..... 1.60 31 . . . . . .0.00
6 ..... 3.24 32 . . . . . .0.62 Q1804 Q1805 Q4309
7 ..... 3.24 33 . . . . . .0.14 B 1.16 1.10 2.45
8 ..... 0.98 34 . . . . . .3.23 C 0.00 0.00 0.00
9 ..... 1.48 35 . . . . . .3.23 E 1.88 1.82 3.11
10 ..... 0.49 36 . . . . . .0.00
11 ..... 0.00 37 . . . . . .2.32 Q4310 Q4311 Q4312
12 ..... 3.23 38 . . . . . .1.45
13 ..... 0.87 39 . . . . . .2.84 B 2.44 4.49 -1.78
14 ..... 1.49 40 . . . . . .1.29 C 4.78 0.39 3.24
15 ..... 0.48 41 . . . . . .0.99 E 1.79 4.78 0.63
16 ..... 0.00 42 . . . . . .0.00
17 ..... 3.23 43 . . . . . .0.98 Q4313 Q4315
18 ..... 0.00 44 . . . . . .3.23
19 ..... 3.23 45 . . . . . .0.99 B 0.63 3.93
20 ..... 0.00 46 . . . . . .3.23 C 0.14 4.79
21 ..... 0.00 47 . . . . . .1.03 E 0.00 3.24
22 ..... 0.24 48 . . . . . .0.00
23 ..... 0.00 49 . . . . . .1.00
24 ..... 2.85 50 . . . . . .0.00
25 ..... 2.81 51 . . . . . .0.98
26 ..... 0.00 52 . . . . . .0.00
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