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SERVICE MANUAL

MODEL COMMANDER DEST. CHASSIS NO. MODEL

BX1 CHASSIS
COMMANDER DEST. CHASSIS NO.

KV-14CT1B KV-14CT1E KV-14CT1K KV-14CT1U

RM-W100 RM-W100 RM-W100 RM-W100

FR ESP OIRT UK

SCC-U89C-A SCC-U91C-A SCC-U92C-A SCC-U93B-A

TRINITRON COLOR TV

KV-14CT1B/14CT1U/14CT1E/14CT1K
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Section Title Page Section Title Page

CAUTION & WARNING ....................................................... 3 SPECIFICATION & WARNING (UK only) .......................... 3 SELF DIAGNOSTIC FUNCTION ........................................ 4 1. DISASSEMBLY 1-1. Rear Cover Removal ................................................... 7 1-2. Speaker Removal ........................................................ 7 1-3. Service Position .......................................................... 7 1-4. Chassis Assy Removal ................................................ 7 1-5. Terminal Bracket Removal ......................................... 7 1-6. A Board Removal ....................................................... 7 1-7. Picture Tube Removal ................................................. 8 2. SET-UP ADJUSTMENTS 2-1. Beam Landing ............................................................. 9 2-2. Convergence .............................................................. 10 2-3. Focus Adjustment ..................................................... 12 2-4. G2 (SCREEN) Adjustment ....................................... 12 2-5. White Balance Adjustement ..................................... 12 3. CIRCUIT ADJUSTMENTS 3-1. Adjustment With Commander .................................. 13 3-2. Adjustment Item Table ............................................. 14 3-3. T-Mode ...................................................................... 24 3-4. TT-Mode ................................................................... 24 3-5. T-Cyan Mode ............................................................ 24 3-6. Sub Brightness Adjustment ...................................... 25 3-7. Sub Contrast Adjustment .......................................... 25 3-8. Sub Color Adjustment .............................................. 25 3-9. Tuner AGC Adjustment ............................................ 25 3-10. Deflection Adjustment .............................................. 26 CAUTION SHORT CIRCUIT THE ANODE OF THE PICTURE TUBE AND THE ANODE CAP TO THE METAL CHASSIS, CRT SHIELD, OR THE CARBON PAINTED ON THE CRT, AFTER REMOVAL OF THE ANODE CAP.

4. DIAGRAMS 4-1. Block Diagram .......................................................... 27 4-2. Circuit Board Location ............................................. 28 4-3. Schematic Diagram ................................................... 28 4-3-1. C Board .......................................................... 29 4-3-2. A Board Processor (Block A) ..................... 30 4-3-3. A Board Audio (Block B) ........................... 32 4-3-4. A Board Power Supply (Block C) .............. 34 4-3-5. A Board Deflection (Block D) .................... 36 4-3-6. A Board Tuner (Block E) ............................ 38 4-3-7. A Board Jack, Scart Terminal (Block F) .... 40 4-4. Voltage List and Waveforms ..................................... 42 4-5. Printed Wiring Boards and Parts Location ............... 45 4-6. Semiconductors ......................................................... 48 5. EXPLODED VIEWS 5-1. Chassis ...................................................................... 50 6. ELECTRICAL PARTS LIST ......................................... 51 INSTRUCTION MANUAL

ATTENTION APRES AVOIR DECONNECTE LE CAP DELANODE, COURT-CIRCUITER LANODE DU TUBE CATHODIQUE ET CELUI DE LANODE DU CAP AU CHASSIS METALLIQUE DE LAPPAREIL, OU AU COUCHE DE CARBONE PEINTE SUR LE TUBE CATHODIQUE OU AU BLINDAGE DU TUBE CATHODIQUE. ATTENTION !!

WARNING !! AN ISOLATION TRANSFORMER SHOULD BE USED DURING ANY SERVICE WORK TO AVOID POSSIBLE SHOCK HAZARD DUE TO LIVE CHASSIS, THE CHASSIS OF THIS RECEIVER IS DIRECTLY CONNECTED TO THE POWER LINE.

AFIN DEVITER TOUT RISQUE DELECTROCUTION PROVENANT DUN CHSSIS SOUS TENTION, UN TRANSFORMATEUR DISOLEMENT DOIT ETRE UTILIS LORS DE TOUT DPANNAGE LE CHSSIS DE CE RCEPTEUR EST DIRECTMENT RACCORD LALIMENTATION SECTEUR.

SAFETY-RELATED COMPONENT WARNING !! COMPONENTS IDENTIFIED BY SHADING AND MARKED ! ON THE SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS, EXPLODED VIEWS AND IN THE PARTS LIST ARE CRITICAL FOR SAFE OPERATION. REPLACE THESE COMPONENTS WITH SONY PARTS WHOSE PART NUMBERS APPEAR AS SHOWN IN THIS MANUAL OR IN SUPPLEMENTS PUBLISHED BY SONY. ATTENTION AUX COMPOSANTS RELATIFS LA SECURIT!! LES COMPOSANTS IDENTIFIS PAR UNE TRAME ET PAR UNE MARQUE ! SUR LES SCHMAS DE PRINCIPE, LES VUES EXPLOSES ET LES LISTES DE PIECES SONT DUNE IMPOR-TANCE CRITIQUE POUR LA SCURIT DU FONCTIONNEMENT, NE LES REMPLACER QUE PAR DES COMPSANTS SONY DONT LE NUMRO DE PICE EST INDIQU DANS LE PRSENT MANUEL OU DANS DES SUPPLMENTS PUBLIS PAR SONY.

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CAUTION Lead Free Soldered Boards The circuit boards listed below (Table 1) may have been processed using Lead Free Solder. The boards are identified by the LF logo . e.g A,C board (see example).
Board A Function ONE CHIP PROCESSOR, DEFLECTION, POWER SUPPLY, AUDIO, TUNER, IF, JACK,SCART TERMINAL RGB AMP (Table 1) example 1 (A Board) example 2 (C Board)

The servicing of these boards requires special precautions to be taken as outlined below: 1. It is strongly recommended to use Sony Approved Lead Free Solder material in order to guarantee optimal quality of new solder joints. 2. Due to higher melting point of Lead Free Solder, the soldering iron tip temperature needs to be set to chip (350 degree centigrade) and lead component (380 degree centigrade) for not more than 4 seconds. This requires soldering equipment capable of accurate temperature control coupled with a good heat recovery characteristics.

WARNING (FOR EUROPE MODEL WITH U (UK) ONLY) (KV-14CT1U only) The flexible mains lead is supplied to connected a B.S. 1363 fused plug having a fuse of 5 AMP rating. Should the fuse need to be replaced, use a 5 AMP FUSE approved by ASTA to BS 1362, i.e one that carries the T mark.
ASA

IF THE PLUG SUPPLIED WITH THIS APPLIANCE IS NOT SUITABLE FOR THE OUTLET SOCKETS IN YOUR HOME, IT SHOULD BE CUT OFF AND APPROPRIATE PLUG FITTED. THE PLUG SEVERED FROM THE MAINS LEAD MUST BE DESTROYED AS A PLUG WITH BARED WIRES IS DANGEROUS IF ENGAGED IN A LIVE SOCKET. When an alternative type of plug is used, it should be fitted with a 5 AMP FUSE, otherwise the circuit should be protected by a 5 AMP FUSE at the distribution board.

How to replace the fuse? Open the fuse compartment with a screw driver blade and replace the fuse.

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SELF DIAGNOSTIC FUNCTION


The units in this manual contain a self diagnostic function. If an error occurs, the STANDBY (1) indicator will automatically begin to flash. A description of the self-diagnosis function is explained in the instruction manual. The number of times the STANDBY (1) indicator flashes translates to a probable source of the problem. If an error symptom cannot be reproduced, the remote commander can be used to review the failure occurrence data stored in memory to reveal past problems and how often these problems occur.

1. DIAGNOSTIC TEST INDICATORS


When an errors occurs, the STANDBY (1) indicator will flash a set number of times to indicate the possible cause of the problem. If there is more than one error, the indicator will identify the first of the problem areas. Result for all of the following diagnosis items are displayed on screen. No error has occured if the screen displays a 0.

Diagnosis Item Description Power does not turn on

No. of timer STANDBY (1) indicator flashes Does not light

Self-Diagnostic display/ Diagnosis result

Probable Cause Location Power cord is not plugged in. Fuse is burned out (F600) A board.

Detected Symptoms Power does not come on. No power is supplied on TV. AC Power supply is faulty.

+B overcurrent (OCP)* V-Protect

2 times

2:0 or 2:1 ~ 255 4:0 or 4:1 ~ 255

H OUT (Q805) is shorted. Power does not come on. (A board) Load on power line is IC751 is shorted. (C board) shorted. +13V is not supplied. (A board) IC804 is faulty. (A board) Has entered standby state after horizontal raster. Vertical deflection pulse is stopped. Power line is shorted or power supply is shorted. No raster is generated. CRT Cathode current detection reference pulse output is small. No power supply to CRT ANODE. No RASTER is generated.

4 times

IK (AKB)

5 times

5:0 or 5:1 ~ 255

Video OUT (IC1545) is faulty. (A board) IC001 is faulty. (A board) Screen (G2) is improperly adjusted.** IC604 faulty. IC602 faulty.

HV Protect

8 times

8:0 or 8:1 ~ 255

If a +B overcurrent is detected, stoppage of the vertical deflection is detected simultaneously. The symptom that is diagnosed first by the mirco controller is displayed on the screen. ** Refer to Screen (G2) Adjustment in this manual. *

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2. DISPLAY OF STANDBY (1) INDICATOR FLASH COUNT


Diagnostic Item +B overcurrent V-Protect IK (AKB) HV Protect Flash Count* 2 times 4 times 5 times 8 times

* One flash count is not used for self-diagnosis.


Lamp ON 300ms Lamp OFF 300ms Lamp OFF 3 sec

STANDBY u indicator

3. STOPPING THE STANDBY (1) INDICATOR FLASH


Turn off the power switch on the TV main unit or unplug the power cord from the outlet to stop the STANDBY (1) indicator from flashing.

4. SELF-DIAGNOSTIC SCREEN DISPLAY


For errors with symptoms such as "power sometimes shuts off" or "screen sometimes goes off" that cannot be confirmed, it is possible to bring up past occurrences of failure on the screen for confirmation.

[To Bring Up Screen Test] In standby mode, press buttons on the remote commander sequentially in rapid succession as shown below: Display / Channel 5 / Volume Note that this differs from entering the service mode (volume [+]). / Power / TV

The following screen will be displayed indicating the error count.


ERROR MENU
2: 3: 4: 5: 8: 101 : 0 N/A 0 1 0 N/A

Numeral "0" means that no fault was detected. Numeral "1" means the number of a fault occurrence (1 ~ 255).

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5. HANDLING OF SELF-DIAGNOSTIC SCREEN DISPLAY


Since the diagnostic results displayed on the screen are not automatically cleared, always check the self-diagnostic screen during repairs. When you have completed the repairs, clear the result display to 0. Unless the result display is cleared to 0, the self-diagnosis function will not be able to detect subsequent faults after completion of the repairs. [Clearing the result display] To clear the result display to 0, press buttons on the remote commander subsequent as shown below when the self-diagnostic screen is being displayed. 8/[Quitting Self-diagnostic screen] To quit the entire self-diagnostic screen, turn off the power switch on the remote commander or the main unit.

6. SELF-DIAGNOSTIC CIRCUIT

A BOARD IC001 Y/CHROMA JUNGLE FROM C BOARD IC751 PIN 5 A BOARD FROM Q804 COLLECTOR

A BOARD IC804 V.OUT

A BOARD IC001 SYSTEM SDA1

A BOARD IC003 MEMORY

84 IK

F.B-PLS

13 V.GUARD

99

5 SDA

RED LED 122 32 EHTO DISPLAY

[+B overcurrent $OCP%]

Occurs when an overcurrent on the +B(135V) line is detected by pin 32 of IC001 (A board). If the voltage of pin 32 of IC001 (A board) is more than 4V, the unit will automatically go to standby. Occurs when an absence of the vertical deflection pulse is detected by pin 13 of IC001 (A board). If the RGB levels* do not balance within 15 sec after the power is turned on, this error will be detected by IC001 (A board). TV will stay on, but there will be 5 times LED blinking. Occurs when IC001 internal HV protect detects an abnormal H-Pulse (frequency) due to improper power supply to IC001. TV cuts off high voltage power of anode CRT. No picture will be detected. eg: IC602, IC604 go faulty.

[V-PROTECT] [IK $AKB%] [HV PROTECT]

* (Refers to the RGB levels of the AKB detection Ref pulse that detects IK.)

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SECTION 1 DISASSEMBLY
1-1. REAR COVER REMOVAL 1-2. SPEAKER REMOVAL

1 Rear cover

Two screws (+BVTP 3 x 12)

2 Six screws (+BVTP 4 16)

1-3. SERVICE POSITION

1-4. CHASSIS ASSY REMOVAL

1-5. TERMINAL BRACKET REMOVAL

1-6. A BOARD REMOVAL

1 One screw (+BVTP 4 16)

2 Terminal bracket

Bracket, FBT

A Board

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1-7. PICTURE TUBE REMOVAL Note:


Please make sure the TV set is not in standing position before removing necessary CRT support located on bottom right and left. 1) Place the TV set with the CRT face down on a cushion jig. 2) Removal the rear cover. 3) Unplug all interconnecting leads from the Deflection Yoke, Degaussing Coils and CRT grounding strap.

4 Anode Cap Removal qs Screw, Tapping 5 + Crown Washer qa Earth Coating Assy

9 Degaussing Coil Removal (x1)

8 Loosen the Neck Assembly fixing screw and removal

5 C Board Removal 8 Support, CRT(14) Removal (x2)

0 Spring Tension Removal 7 Chassis Assy Removal 6 Loosen the Deflection Yoke fixing screw and remove

REMOVAL OF ANODE-CAP Note:


After removing the anode, short circuit the anode of the picture tube and the anode cap to the metal chassis, CRT shield or carbon paint on the CRT.

REMOVING PROCEDURES

anode button
the anode button, the anode-cap can be removed by turning up the rubber cap and pulling it up in the direction of the arrow c.

1 Turn up one side of the rubber cap in the direction indicated by the arrow a.

HOW TO HANDLE AN ANODE-CAP

b b

1 Do not damage the surface of anode-caps with sharp shaped objects. 2 Do not press the rubber too hard so as not to damage the inside of anode-cap. A metal fitting called the shatter-hook terminal is built into the rubber. 3 Do not turn the foot of rubber over too hard. The shatter-hook terminal will stick out or damage the rubber.

2 Using a thumb pull up the rubber cap firmly in the direction indicated by the arrow b. 3 When one side of the rubber cap is separated from

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SECTION 2 SET-UP ADJUSTMENTS


The following adjustments should be made when a complete realignment is required or a new picture tube is installed. Set the controls as follows unless otherwise noted: VIDEO MODE .................................................. STANDARD PICTURE CONTROL .......................................... NORMAL BRIGHTNESS CONTROL .................................... NORMAL Perform the adjustments in the following order : 1. Beam Landing 2. Convergence 3. Focus 4. Screen (G2) 5. White Balance Note : Test Equipment Required. 1. Pattern Generator 2. Degausser 3. DC Power Supply 4. Digital Multimeter 5. Oscilloscope 7. If the beam does not land correctly in all the corners, use a magnet to correct if. (see figure 2-1-3)
Purity control corrects this area.

Preparation:
In order to reduce the influence of geomagnetism on the set's picture tube, face it east or west. Switch on the set's power and degauss with the degausser.

2-1. BEAM LANDING


Picture Mode : LIVE 1. Input a white signal with the pattern generator. Set the contrast and brightness to normal. 2. Set the pattern generator raster signal to a green raster. 3. Move the deflection yoke to the rear and adjust with the purity control so that the green is at the centre and the blue and red take up equally sized areas on each side of the screen. (see figure 2-1 and figure 2-1-1)
b c a d

Purity control

Figure 2-1

Figure 2-1-1

4. Move the deflection yoke forward and adjust so that the entire screen is green. (see figure 2-1-2)

Blue Red Green

Figure 2-1-2 5. Switch the raster signal to blue, then red and verify the condition. 6. When the position of deflection yoke have been decided, fasten the deflection yoke with the screws and DY spacers.

Disk magnets or rotatable disk magnets correct these areas (a-d).

Deflection yoke positioning corrects these areas.

b c a d

Figure 2-1-3

Caution:
High voltages are present on the Deflection yoke terminals. Take care when handling the deflection yoke whilst carrying out adjustments.

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2-2. CONVERGENCE Preparation:


Before starting this adjustment, adjust the focus, horizontal size and vertical size. Receive dot/hatch signal. Picture Mode : MOVIE

(A) Horizontal and Vertical Static Convergence

4. If the H.STAT variable resistor cannot bring the red, green and blue dots together at the centre of the screen, adjust the horizontal convergence with the H. STAT variable resistor and the V.STAT magnet in the manner given below. (In this case, the H.STAT variable resistor and the V.STAT magnet influence each other, so be sure to perform adjustments while tracking.)

Centre dot

R G B

Purity

BMC

BMC (Hexapole) Purity

H. STAT VR

V. STAT Magnet

DY pocket
C Board

V.STAT

RV750

V.STAT

1. (Moving vertically), adjust the V.STAT magnet so that the red, green and blue dots are on top of each other at ther centre of the screen. 2. (Moving horizontally), adjust the H.STAT VR control so that the red, green and blue dots are on top of each other at the centre of the screen. 3. BMC (Hexapole)Magnet If the red, green and blue dots are not balanced or aligned then use the BMC magnet to adjust in the manner described below.

Operation of V.STAT magnet. If the V.STAT is moved in the "A" and "B" arrows, the red, green and blue dots moves as shown below.

A
B G R B G R

B G

G B

Moved RV750 H.STAT the red, green and blue dots move as shown below.

A
R G B R G B R G B

B
B B G R

R G

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5. Layout of each control.

H-TILT correction can be performed by adding a TLH correction assembly to the Deflection Yoke.

V.STAT

Purity BMC (Hexapole)

8. YCH Adjustment

YCH VR
Deflection Yoke

9. TLV Adjustment

6. Geometry Adjustment.
TLV VR

Preparation: Before starting this adjustment, adjust the horizontal and vertical static convergence. a) Remove the deflection yoke spacer. b) Tilt the deflection yoke as indicated in the figure below and optimise the geometry. Tilting the DY up and down will balance the upper and lower pin adjustment. Tilting the DY left and right will balance the H-Trap adjustment. c) Re-install the deflection yoke spacer.

Deflection Yoke

10. Screen Corner Convergence. If you are unable to adjust the corner convergence properly, this can be corrected with the use of Piece A(90) Conv. Correct.

b a-d : screen-corner misconvergence

, Tilt Direction

7. H-TILT Adjustment

Deflection Yoke

,
,

Install the Piece A(90) Conv. Correct assembly for the area that needs correcting.

Piece A(90) Conv. Correct 4-094-690-01

Convergence adjustment with Piece A(90) Conv. Correct


TLH pieces

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2-3. FOCUS ADJUSTMENT


1. Receive digital monoscope pattern. 2. Set Picture Mode to PERSONAL. 3. Adjust focus VR to obtain the best focus at the centre of the screen. 4. Change the receiving signal to white pattern and blue back. 5. Confirm magenta ring is not noticeable. In case magenta is very obvious, adjust the focus VR to take balance of magenta ring and focus.

2-5. WHITE BALANCE ADJUSTMENT


1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Enter into Service Menu. Input white pattern signal. Set picture to PERSONAL mode. Select WHBL "RDRV" and fix the value to 25 hex. Adjust WHBL "GDRV" and "BDRV" and adjust the data for best white balance in highlight condition. 6. Adjust WHBL "BKOR" and "BKOG" and adjust the data for best white balance cut-off condition. 7. Set the offset settings for LIVE and GAME mode as stated in the table 1 below:-

OFFSET TABLE (Table 1)


Live T Adjusted value +2 Adjusted value -3 25hex Adjusted value +2 Adjusted value +4 Personal T BKOR (adjusted) BKOG (adjusted) RDRV (25hex) GDRV (adjusted) BDRV (adjusted) Game Adjusted value Adjusted value 25hex Adjusted value -2 Adjusted value -6

FOCUS

SCREEN

FLYBACK TRANSFORMER (T802)

2-4. G2(SCREEN) ADJUSTMENT


1. Input a dot signal from the pattern generator. 2. Set the Picture, Brightness and Colour to minimum. 3. Apply 165V DC from an external power supply to the R,G and B cathodes of the CRT. 4. Adjust brightness to obtain cathode value to value below. 5. Whilst watching the picture, adjust the G2 control [SCREEN] located on the Flyback Transformer to the point just before the flyback return lines disappear.

Cathode setting voltage: 165 V 2 (VDC) 14"

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SECTION 3 CIRCUIT ADJUSTMENTS


3-1. ADJUSTMENT WITH COMMANDER
Service adjustment to this model can be performed using the supplied remote commander RM-W100. a. ENTERING SERVICE MODE With the unit on standby, press the following sequence of buttons on the remote commander. / Display / Channel 5 / Volume [+] / Power / TV

'TT ' will appear in the upper right corner of the screen. Other status information will also be displayed. b. Press 'MENU' on the remote commander to obtain service menu on the screen. GEOM WHBL SADJ YC SYNC PICT SW VIF down buttons on c. The screen only displays 8 items at one time. To move to the corresponding item use the up the remote commander. d. Press the right / left button or ENTER button on the remote commander to enter into the required item.
Item Name HPOS HPAR

Range (0,63) (0,63)

Data 52 40

down buttons on e. The screen only display 12 items at one time. To move to the corresponding item use the up the remote commander. f. Press right to increase or left to decrease the data. g. Press the 'MENU' button on the remote commander to quit from Service Menu. Screen will still display 'TT '. To exit from 'TT ' menu, press 0 twice, 'TEST', 'TV' or switch the TV into standby mode. Note: After carrying out the service adjustments, to prevent the customer accessing the 'Service Menu' switch the TV set OFF and then ON.

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3-2. ADJUSTMENT ITEM TABLE


TVJ Category GEOM Functionality No 000 001 002 003 004 005 006 007 008 009 010 011 012 013 014 015 016 017 018 Name HPOS HPAR HBOW VLIN VSCR HSIZ EWPW UCOP LCOP EWT Z VSL P VSI Z SCOR VPOS HBL WB F WBR SBL COPY Initial Dec 031 031 031 031 031 031 031 017 017 031 031 015 014 031 000 007 007 000 000 Range Dec 063 063 063 063 063 063 063 063 063 063 063 063 063 063 001 015 015 001 001 Horizontal Shift (HS) Horizontal Parallelogram Horizontal Bow Vertical Linearity Vertical Scroll EW Width (EW) EW Parabola/Width (PW) EW Upper Corner Parabola EW Lower Corner Parabola EW Trapezium Vertical Slope (VS) Vertical Amplitude S-Correction (SC) Vertical Shift (VSH) RGB Blanking Mode Timing of Wide Blanking (WBF) Timing of Wide Blanking (WBR) Service Blanking Copy the GEO data to all 50/60Hz NVM area 50/60/w50/w60(+ JPN RGB) 50/60/w50/w60 50/60/w50/w60 50/60/w50/w60 50/60/w50/w60 50/60/w50/w60(+ JPN RGB) 50/60/w50/w60 50/60/w50/w60 50/60/w50/w60 50/60/w50/w60 50/60/w50/w60 50/60/w50/w60 50/60/w50/w60 50/60/w50/w60 50/60/w50/w60 50/60/w50/w60 50/60/w50/w60 none none 00 00 TV-Processor 31 31 31 31 31 31 31 17 17 31 31 15 14 31 01 09 10 31 31 31 31 31 31 31 17 17 31 31 15 14 31 01 09 10 31 31 31 31 31 31 31 17 17 31 31 15 14 31 01 09 10 31 31 31 31
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Function

Table & Note

Device Name

Common

50

60

w50

w60

31 31 31 17 17 31 31 15 14 31 01 09 10

14

shaded items are adjustable data. no data.

TVJ Category WHBL

Functionality No 000 001 002 003 004 005 006 007 008 009 010 011 012 013 014 015 016 017 018 019 020 Name BKOR BKOG RDRV GDRV BDRV LPG PG R PGG PGB GNOF SBRT SBRO EGL SGL AKB CBS RGBB BLBG OFB NSBR WBP

Initial Dec 031 031 037 037 037 000 031 031 031 000 031 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000

Range Dec 063 063 063 063 063 001 127 127 127 015 063 003 001 003 001 001 003 001 001 015 003

Function

Table & Note

Device Name

Common

Live (COOL other)

GAME (WARM other)

MOVIE/ PERSONAL (NEUTRAL other) 31 31 37 37 37

LIVE (COOL RGB)

GAME (WARM RGB)

MOVIE/ PERSONAL (NEUTRAL RGB) 31 31 37 37 37

Other

RGB

YUV

Pic mode 0 (LIVE)

Pic mode 1 (MOVIE)

Pic mode 2 (GAME)

Pic mode 3 (PERSONAL)

Black Level Offset R Black Level Offset G White Point R White Point G White Point B RGB Gain Preset Preset Gain R (PGR) Preset Gain G (PGG) Preset Gain B (PGB) Preset Gain Offset Sub-Brightness Sub-Brightness Offset (Intelligent Pic) Enable Gain Loop CCC System Selection of High Current in CCC System Black Current Stabilization Control Sequence of Beam Current Limiting RGB Blanking Blanking of Blue &Green Output Black Level Offset Blue Non-Standard Brightness Offset Color Temp setting (0:High, 1:Normal, 2,3:Low)

col temp (HIGH/LOW/Normal)*(UV/RGB/Others) col temp (HIGH/LOW/Normal)*(UV/RGB/Others) col temp (HIGH/LOW/Normal)*(UV/RGB/Others) col temp (HIGH/LOW/Normal)*(UV/RGB/Others) col temp (HIGH/LOW/Normal)*(UV/RGB/Others) none none none none none Others/RGB/YUV none none none none none none none none none Picture Mode

TV-Processor

31 31 37 37 37 00 45 45 45

31 31 37 37 37

31 31 37 37 37

31 31 37 37 37

CCC loop

08 34 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 05 00 01 02 01 30

TVJ

Functionality No 000 001 002 003 004 005 006 007 008 009 010 011 012 Name PMAX SHUE SSHP SSHO SCOL SCOO PIC COL BRT HUE SHP PECO PRLV

Initial Dec 063 007 015 000 031 000 031 031 031 031 031 002 002

Range Dec 063 015 063 003 063 003 127 127 127 127 127 003 003 Picture Maximum Sub-Hue Sub-Sharpness

Function

Table & Note

Device Name

Common

50pal (TV)

50pal (Video)

50secam (TV)

50secam (video)

60TV

60Video

50RGB

60RGB

Category SADJ

Pic mode 0 (LIVE)

Pic mode 1 (MOVIE)

Pic mode 2 (GAME)

Pic mode 3 (PERSONAL)

TV-IP ON 34 07 23

Video

RGB

TV Wide 26

Video Wide 26

15

(TV/Video)*(Normal/Wide)/<Normal/Wide> (+ JPN RGB) TV/Video TV/Video/YUV (+ JPN RGB) none 50pal(tv)/50pal(video)/50secam(tv)/50secam(video)/ 60TV/60video/50YUV/60YUV/50RGB/60RGB none Picture Mode (GA: Personal = User Reset Data) Picture Mode (GA: Personal = User Reset Data) Picture Mode (GA: Personal = User Reset Data) Picture Mode (GA: Personal = User Reset Data) Picture Mode (GA: Personal = User Reset Data) Picture Mode* (Eco std/Eco much) Eco std/Eco much

TV-Processor

34 08 31 10

Sub-Sharpness Offset (Intelligent Pic) Sub-Color Sub-Color Offset (Intelligent Pic) Picture Control [GA:0~100(valid); >100(invalid), Others:0~63(valid); ignore bit 6(invalid)] Color Control [GA:0~100(valid); >100(invalid), Others:0~63(valid); ignore bit 6(invalid)] Brightness Control [GA:0~100(valid); >100(invalid), Others:0~63(valid); ignore bit 6(invalid)] Hue Control [GA:0~100(valid); >100(invalid), Others:0~63(valid); ignore bit 6(invalid)] Sharpness Control [GA:0~100(valid); >100(invalid), Others:0~63(valid); ignore bit 6(invalid)] Picture data in power save mode (valid for JAPAN only) Coefficient of power save mode (valid for JAPAN only)

03 24 02 63 36 31 31 35 35 31 35 31 28 38 31 31 31 31 55 31 31 28 24 28 22 26 28 26

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31 31

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TVJ Category YC

Functionality No 000 001 002 003 004 005 006 007 008 009 010 011 012 013 014 Name PFRQ RPA RPO YDLY CMAT ACL CB SBO CHSE CLO CTRP BPS FCO TINT TUV

Initial Dec 000 001 002 012 000 001 000 001 001 000 000 000 000 031 000

Range Dec 003 003 003 015 003 001 001 003 003 001 001 001 001 063 001

Function

Table & Note

Device Name

Common

Others PAL(TV) NTSC(TV)

SECAM (TV)

PAL (Video)

NTSC (Video)

SECAM (Video)

S-INPUT SECAM

NTSC

TV

Peaking Center Frequency and Delay Ratio Pre & Over Shoot Ratio of Positive & Negative Peaks Y-Delay PAL-SECAM or NTSC (Japan/USA) Matrix Automatic Color Limiting Chroma Bandpass Center Frequency SECAM Black Offset PAL/NTSC Ident Sensitivity Center Frequency of Cloche (Bell) Filter Chroma Trap Mode Bypass of Chroma Base-band Delay Line Forced Color On Base-Band Tint Control Tint Control on UV Signals YUV/Others SECAM/others NTSC/others valid only with TV (*Video : 0 fix) TV/other TV/other (PAL/NTSC/SECAM)*(TV/VIDEO)+YUV/S-INPUT (JPN RGB)

TV-Processor

00 02 01 06 00 01 00 01 02 00 06 06 05 05 05 05 01 01

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00 00 00 31 00

01 00

TVJ Category SYNC

Functionality No 000 001 002 003 004 005 006 007 Name SYS FO VID FSL SSL SVID FORF MVK

Initial Dec 000 000 000 000 000 001 000 000

Range Dec 001 003 001 001 001 007 003 001

Function

Table & Note

Device Name

Common

50

60

Others

TV-IP ON

Video Teletext

TV-IP OFF

No Signal

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Synchronization on YSYNC Input Phase 1 Time Constant Video Ident Mode Forced Slicing Level for Vertical Sync Slicing Level Sync Separator Source Selection for Video Identification Forced Field Frequency Macro Vision Keying 50/60 YUV/Others TV IP ON/TV IP OFF/Video/Teletext/Auto Tuning or No signal(RF) 50/60

TV-Processor

00 00 00 00 00 00 00 03 01 00 03 01 03 00

shaded items are adjustable data. no data.

TVJ Category PICT

Functionality No 000 001 002 003 004 005 006 007 008 009 010 011 012 013 014 Name CADL CFA SOC PWL WHTL GAM WTS TFR COR CORO BKS AAS DSK BLS NBLS NRR

Initial Dec 007 000 002 001 006 001 001 000 003 000 003 001 000 000 000 000

Range Dec 015 003 003 001 015 001 003 001 003 001 003 001 001 001 001 001

Function

Table & Note

Device Name

Common Others RGB Picture: Live 03 01 02 01 07 01

TV (Live)

TV (Others)

Video (Live)

Video Color Temp Color Temp Color Temp Color Temp (Others) (COOL) (Others) (Warm) (Neutral)

Cathode Drive Level Comb Filter Mode Soft Clipping Level Peak White Limiting Switch Peak White Limiting Gamma Gamma Control and White Stretch DC Transfer Ratio of Luminance Signal Coring Coring Offset (Intelligent Pic) Black Stretch Black Area to Switch off the Black Stretch Dynamic Skin Control Blue Stretch Operation Blue Stretch Circuit Non Red Reduction col temp (HIGH/LOW/NORMAL) col temp (HIGH/OTHERS) RGB/others Live/Others Live/Others (+ JPN RGB) (TV/Video)*(Dyna/others)

TV-Processor

00 00

01 01 02 02 00 01

01 02 01 00 01 00 01 00 00 00 02

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TVJ SW

015

Functionality No 000 001 002 Name CV2 SVO DFL

Initial Dec 000 001 000

Range Dec 001 003 001

Function

Table & Note

Device Name

Common

TV

Video

Category

CVBS2 Input Signal Selection Function of IFVO/SVO/CVBSI Pin @ 48 Flash Protection TV/Video/YUV

TV-Processor

00 01 00 01

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shaded items are adjustable data. no data.

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TVJ Category VIF

Functionality No 000 001 002 003 004 005 006 007 Name OIFD AGCT ST M GD AGCS FF I OAMP VAI

Initial Dec 036 031 000 000 001 000 003 000

Range Dec 063 063 001 001 003 001 003 001 Offset IF Demodulator AGC Take-over Search Tuning Mode

Function

Table & Note

Device Name

Common

TV-Processor

36 36 01 00
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Group Delay on CVBS1 Signal IF AGC Speed Fast Filter IF PLL Video Output Signal Amplitude (only L & L'System) System I Output Signal Amplitude Correction (only L & L'System)

00 00 03 01

TVJ Category SDEM

Functionality No 000 001 002 003 004 Name FMWS QSS BPB AMLO HPVC

Initial Dec 000 001 000 000 000

Range Dec 003 001 001 001 001

Function

Table & Note

Device Name

Common

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Window Selection for FM Demodulator Quasi Split Sound (QSS)Amplifer Mode (except GA Model) Bypass of Sound Bandpass Filter Audio Output Signal for AM Sound Head Phone Volume Control

TV-Processor

02 01 00 00 00

shaded items are adjustable data. no data.

TVJ Category TXT

Functionality No 000 001 002 Name TXV THD TBR

Initial Dec 039 005 004


Initial Dec 006 000 005 037 000 015 015 015 015 000 000 000 127 000 000 001

Range Dec 063 127 01 5


Range Dec 007 015 015 063 001 015 015 015 015 003 001 001 255 015 003 001

Function

Table & Note

Device Name

Common

Teletext Vertical Position for Philips Teletext H-sync Active Edge Shift Teletext RGB Brightness
Function

Text Decoder

37 05 08

TVJ Category OPTM

Functionality No 000 001 002 003 004 Name ASHT OSD B OSDH OSDV MUTE RFUL RFLK AVUL AVLK LANG HTXT CMSS DCXO EXBL TSYS TVOU

Table & Note

Device Name

Common

50

60

auto shut off timer (data*5 min) OSD Brightness OSD Horizontal Position OSD Vertical Position No Signal Mute Switch (1 = enabled) RF Signal Change Counter after Unlocked (Disable when 0fh) RF Signal Change Counter after Locked (Disable when 0fh) AV Signal Change Counter after Unlocked (Disable when 0Fh) AV Signal Change Counter after Locked (Disable when 0Fh) OSD language shipping condition sync separator sw Sync sw DCXO Offset from Flash Value Extended Blanking Timer to Eliminate White Noise Memorize TV System in NVM at Test Reset (GA Model) TV out mute condition 0:Always Mute Off, 1: Mute without signal (EURO Model) TV-Processor TV-Processor SFR/Micro 60h 50/60 MMR/Micro 60h MMR/Micro 60h MMR/Micro 60h

06 03 06 61 01 04 00 04 00 00 00 33

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005 006 007 008 009 010 011 012 013 014 015

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01 70 07 00 01

shaded items are adjustable data. no data.

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TVJ Category OPTB

Functionality No 000 001 002 003 004 005 006 007 Name IALL OPB1 OPB2 OPB3 OPB4 OPB5 OPB6 BSWT

Initial Dec 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000

Range Dec 001 255 255 255 255 255 255 015

Function

Table & Note Device Name Common

Standard Write Switch (not memorized in NVM) Option 1 (System related) Option 2 (Video Signal related) Option 3 (Stereo Decoding related) Option 4 (Miscellaneous) Option 5 (Miscellaneous) Option 6 (OSD Language related) Band Switch Wait Time (not memorized in NVM)

00 * * *
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* * * 00

shaded items are adjustable data. no data.

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* refer page 21-23 for data.

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NOTE shaded items are adjustable data. no data. Standard data listed on the Adjustment Item Table are reference values, therefore it may be different for each model and for each mode. Note for Different Data: Those are the standard data values written on the microprocessor. Therefore, the data values of the modes are stored respectively in the memory. In case of a device replacement, adjustment by rewriting the data value is necessary for some items. OPTION NOTE OPB1 Item KV-14CT1B KV-14CT1U KV-14CT1E KV-14CT1K
SPEED SEARCH

SPEED SEARCH 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 1

M/N 0 0 0 0

L' 1 0 0 0

L(Euro), M(GA) 1 0 0 0

B/G 1 0 1 1

I 1 1 0 0

D/K 0 0 1 1

DEC 94 96 69 69

(Time of speed search)

TV System Selection

00 = disabled (original cycle speed), 01 = 4 time speed from the original, 10 = 6 time speed from the original, 11 = 8 time speed from the original 0 = disabled, 1 = enabled

OPB2 Item KV-14CT1B KV-14CT1U KV-14CT1E KV-14CT1K


D1 AV Multi/PAM Component Composite (SCART)

D1 0 0 0 0

AV Multi/PAM(GA) 0 0 0 0

Component 0 0 0 0

Composite (SCART) 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 1

SECAM 1 1 1 1

Color decording 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

DEC 12 12 12 12

(D1 Terminal) (AV Multi Terminal) JP Portable Audio Mode GA (Component [YCbCr] Terminals) (No. of Composite Terminals) (No. of SCART Terminals)

SECAM Color decording

(SECAM Color System) (Color Crystal Selection)

0 = not available, 1 = available 0 = not available, 1 = available 0 = not available, 1 = available 0 = not available, 1 = available 00 = no composite terminal(Euro : no Scart) BX1L: No Video 01 = 1 composite terminal (Euro : 1 Scart) BX1L:2 Video in 10 = 2 composite terminal (Euro : 2 Scart) BX1L:3 Video in 11 = 3 composite terminal (Euro : no terminal BX1L: 4 Video in) 0 = disabled, 1 = enabled 00 = PAL/NTSC/SECAM (Multi), 01 = NTSC (3.58MHz) 10 = PAL/NTSC/SECAM (4.43MHz), 11 = PAL/NTSC (Tri-Norma)

OPB3 Item KV-14CT1B KV-14CT1U KV-14CT1E KV-14CT1K


HDEV NICAM ST NICAM BI A2 ST/BI Thai Bilingual JP/US ST Korean ST MONO

HDEV 0 0 0 0

NICAM ST 0 0 0 0

NICAM BI 0 0 0 0

A2 ST 0 0 0 0

Thai Bilingual JP/US ST 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Korean ST 0 0 0 0

MONO 1 1 1 1

DEC 01 01 01 01

(High Deviation Mode) (NICAM Stereo) (NICAM Bilingual) (A2 [West German] Stereo/Bilingual) (A2 [Thai] Bilingual) or Force SAP if JP/US ST is active (JP/US Stereo) (Korean Stereo) (Monaural Model)

0 = disabled, 1 = enabled 0 = disabled, 1 = enabled 0 = disabled, 1 = enabled 0 = disabled, 1 = enabled 0 = disabled, 1 = enabled 0 = disabled, 1 = enabled 0 = disabled, 1 = enabled 0 = Stereo (SSD) Model,

1 = Monaural Model

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OPB4 Item KV-14CT1B KV-14CT1U KV-14CT1E KV-14CT1K


Firmware SMAT 1 spk Models VM Equalizer Surround

Firmware/SMAT 0 0 0 0

1 spk Models 1 1 1 1

VM 0 0 0 0

Equalizer Surround 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

V-Chip 0 0 0 0

TOP 0 0 0 0

TEXT 1 1 1 1

DEC 65 65 65 65

(SSD Firmware Downloading) Surround Matrix 1 Speaker Models (Velocity Modulation) (5-band Equalizer Model) (US/GA Surround Selection)

V-Chip TOP TEXT

(V-Chip Model) (Forced TOP) (Teletext Model)

0 = disabled, 1 = enabled 0 = Active, 1 = Passive 0 = 2 or 3 Speakers Models, 1 = 1 speaker Models 0 = disabled, 1 = enabled 0 = Bass/Treble Model, 1 = Equalizer Model 0 = Off/Simulated/Surround, 1 = Off/Simulated/WOW/TruSurround (US) 1 = Off/Simulated/SRS(3D)Surround (GA) 0 = Channel Block Model (no rating) 1 = Parental Control Model (rating) 0 = Auto Mode (TOP/FLOF), 1 = Forced TOP 0 = Non-Teletext Model, 1 = Teletext Model

OPB5 Item KV-14CT1B KV-14CT1U KV-14CT1E KV-14CT1K


Full Surround No Surround Forced 60 ASD Tilt IP Plus IP Wide

Full Surround 0 0 0 0

No Surround 1 1 1 1

Forced 60 0 0 0 0

ASD 0 0 0 0

Tilt 1 1 1 1

IP Plus 1 1 1 1

IP 1 1 1 1

Wide 1 1 1 1

DEC 79 79 79 79

(Full Surround option - no for euro model) (No Surround Model) (Forced 60Hz in no signal) (Automatic Standard Detection) (Tilt Correction/PIC Rotation) (Intelligent Picture Plus) (Intelligent Picture) (Wide Mode/V-Compressed)

0 = Normal surround model, 1 = Full surround model (Off/simulated/surround/SRS/WOW/TruSurround 0 = Surround Model, 1 = Non-Surround Model 0 = 50Hz, 1 = 60Hz 0 = disabled, 1 = enabled 0 = disabled, 1 = enabled 0 = disabled, 1 = enabled 0 = disabled, 1 = enabled 0 = disabled, 1 = enabled

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OPB6 Item KV-14CT1B KV-14CT1U KV-14CT1E KV-14CT1K


GA US Latin Feature 2 Feature 1

GA US 0 0 0 0

Latin 0 0 0 0

Feature 2 0 0 0 0

Feature 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

OSD Language Selection

DEC 1 1 0 0 01 03 00 02

0 0 0 0

0 1 0 1

(US Model Destination) (US Model Latin Destination) (Temporary for BX1L) (Temporary for BX1L) US

OSD Language Selection (English always available except JP)

0 = US/Canada/Latin, 1 = Taiwan/Korea/Philippine 0 = US/Canada (No Volume Figure Display) 1 = Latin (Volume Figure Display) 0 = Comb Not available 1 = Comb Available 0 = PiP Not available 1 = PiP Available 01xx = French, 0x1x = Spanish 0xx1 = Portuguese

US (GA NTSC) 1x1x = Complicated Chinese, 1xx1 = Korean GA 1xxx = Simplified Chinese, x1xx = Arabic, xx1x = Thai xxx1 = Vietnamese 0000 = Destination ADE 0001 = Destination BL 0010 = Destination KR 0011 = Destination U

EU

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3-3. T-MODE:
T-Mode is available by pressing the 'TEST' button once, OSD 'T' appears. The function described below are available by selecting the indicated keys. The 'T' is released automatically after each command is executed. KEY volume + volume picture + picture colour up colour down brightness-bright brightness-dark hue-purplish hue-greenish sharpness-sharp sharpness-soft balance left balance right treble up treble down bass up bass down T-MODE FUNCTION volume maximum volume minimum picture maximum picture minimum colour maximum colour minimum brightness maximum brightness minimum hue-purplish hue-greenish sharpness maximum sharpness minimum balance full left (only stereo) balance full right (only stereo) treble maximum (only stereo) treble minimum (only stereo) bass maximum (only stereo) bass minimum (only stereo)

48 49 61 64

Set NVM as non-virgin Set NVM as virgin Auto AGC Adjustment RGB priority (toggle) On: FS input (Pin 16)is always active Off: FS input is active only in AV1 (Scart) RGB Auto Detection (Toggle) Auto: AV1 or RGB is automatically selected at the change of AV input to AV1 (Scart) by user or mode Pin 8 Off: AV input toggle has AV1 and RGB respectively (TV --> AV1 --> RGB --> AV2 -->...) Manual AGC Adjustment Force PAL Video Un-force PAL (cancel the function above) Enable Zweiton D/K2 System (6.5/6.74) (only stereo) Enable Zweiton D/K3 System (6.5/5.74) (only stereo) Balance Full Left (only stereo) Balance Full Right (only stereo) Auto NICAM DCXO calibration (only stereo) Local Keys Test Set 16:9 zoom mode Set 4:3 Zoom Mode Display Error and Working Time Menu

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67 71 72 73 74 78 79 81 87 93 95 99

3-4. TT-MODE:
TT-Mode is available by pressing the 'TEST' button twice, OSD 'TT ' appears. The function described below are available by pressing two digits. 00 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 11 12 13 14 15 19 21 22 24 31 33 41 43 44 45 46 Exit from TT mode Set Picture Level to Maximun Set Picture Level to Minimum Set Volume to 35% Set Volume to 50% Set Volume to 65% Set Volume to 80% Ageing Mode On Shipping Condition Sub Picture Adjustment Sub Colour Adjustment Sub Brightness Adjustment Text H Position Adjustment Rotation Coil Test Factory Mode Enable/Disable Destination ADEKR Destination BL Destination U Auto Shutoff Disable/Enable Rotation On/Off Re-initialise NVM Select Dual A Sound (only stereo) Select Dual B Sound (only stereo) Select Mono Sound (only stereo) Select Stereo Sound (only stereo)

To release the 'TT-Mode', press 0 twice, press 'TEST', press 'TV' or switch the TV into standby mode.

3-5. T-Cyan MODE:


T-Cyan Mode is available by pressing the 'TEST' and 'Cyan' keys. T-Cyan is basically for white balance and geometry adjustments. The functions described below are available by pressing the indicated keys. In T-Cyan Mode a single 'T' is displayed in cyan colour. To release from this mode, press the 'TV' key once. KEY 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 0 Volume + Volume Programme + Programme Cyan Yellow Green Red Video Information T CYAN FUNCTION Pin Amplitude Vertical Centre Pin Amplitude + Vertical Centre Vertical Size + Horizontal Centre + Horizontal Size Vertical Centre + Horizontal Size + Vertical Size Upper Corner Pin + Lower Corner Pin + Upper Corner Pin Lower Corner Pin Bow Pin Phase Bow Pin Phase + Vangle + Vangle

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3-6. SUB BRIGHTNESS ADJUSTMENT


1. Input a PAL monoscope pattern. 2. Go to Test Mode. 3. Press 'Test' 'Test 13' on the Remote commander. PICTURE MINIMUM, BRIGHTNESS 50% 4. Select WHBL "SBRT" by pressing right or left button and adjust "SBRT" data. To adjust the data, again press right to increase or left to decrease the data until there is barely a difference between 0 IRE and 10 IRE signal levels.

3-8. SUB COLOUR ADJUSTMENT


1. 2. 3. 4 5. Receive a PAL colour bar signal. Connect an oscilloscope to Pin 2 of CN004(A board). Enter into the Service Menu. Set PICT 06 "WTS" to 00. Adjust SADJ "SCOL" data so that the cyan, magenta and blue colour bars are equal level.
same level

3-7. SUB CONTRAST ADJUSTMENT


1. Select Video Mode. 2. Input PAL Colour Bar to TV set. 3. Set the following condition: PICTURE 100%, COLOUR 0%, BRIGHTNESS 50% (IN PERSONAL MODE) 4. Connect an oscilloscope to pin 4 (R output) of CN004. 5. Enter Service Menu. 6. Set PICT 03 "PWL" to 00 and WHBL 17 "BLBG" to 01. 7. Select SADJ "PMAX" with right or left button of the commander then adjust VR within spec with right or left button.
B-Out Waveform

3-9. TUNER AGC ADJUSTMENT


Note: There should be no need to adjust the AGC as this is pre-adjusted during manufacturing. If the AGC does need adjustment then follow steps 1 to 4 as below. 1. Receive a signal of 61dBuV/75ohm terminated via the tuner antenna socket. 2. Connect a voltmeter to the AGC pin 5 of CN904 (mount side of A board). 3. Confirm that the AGC voltage is 3.2volts +/0.5volts. 4. If adjustment is required, then re-adjust the AGCT in service menu to obtain a voltage of 3.2V +/0.5V.

VR

VR = 1.38 0.03 Vp-p (Difference is within 30mV) 8. Set "PWL" and "BLBG" back to initial data respectively. OR 1. Input a video signal that contains a small 100% white area on a black background. 2. Connect a digital voltmeter to pin 10 of J751 (C board). 3. Adjust the sub-contrast ("TT11") to obtain a voltage of 81+/5V.

PIN 5

[ Print side of A board ]

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3-10. DEFLECTION ADJUSTMENT


1. Set the TV mode to normal (4:3). 2. Enter into the 'GEOMETRY' service menu. 3. Select and adjust each item in order to obtain the optimum image. (see table below) 4. Repeat the above for 16:9. GEOMETRY HPOS HPAR HBOW VLIN VSCR HSIZ EWPW UCOP LCOP EWTZ VSLP VSIZ SCOR VPOS WBF WBR (0,63) (0,63) (0,63) (0,63) (0,63) (0,63) (0,63) (0,63) (0,63) (0,63) (0,63) (0,63) (0,63) (0,63) (0,63) (0,63) Adj Adj Adj Adj 31 Adj Adj Adj Adj Adj 31 Adj Adj Adj 06 06 Remark Horizontal Shift Horizontal Parallelogram Horizontal Bow Vertical Linearity Vertical Scroll EW Width EW Parabola/Width EW Upper Corner Parabola EW Lower Corner Parabola EW Trapezium Vertical Scope Vertical Amplitude S-Correction Vertical Shift Timing of Wide Blanking Timing of Wide Blanking

Vertical Amplitude (VSIZ)

Vertical Linearity (VLIN)

S-Correction (SCOR)

Vertical Shift (VPOS)

Horizontal Shift (HPOS)

EW Width (HSIZ)

EW Parabola/Width (EWPW)

EW Trapezium (EWTZ)

EW Upper Coner Parabola (UCOP) EW Lower Coner Parabola (LCOP)

Horizontal Parallelogram (HPAR)

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AC in ~ 220 ~ 240V 50Hz

CISPR
30V +B line

IF VIF SAW
3.3/5V AUDIO VCC 8V

MAIN Power Supper

4-1. BLOCK DIAGRAM

FSS TUNER

1.8V RESET

AGCin STBY 3.3V 1.8V 5V 8V Relay

(MONO MODELS)

SIF SAW

12C

5V

30V

DGC VIF & SIF De-emphasis POWER


DGC RELAY 115 KB RGBout 85 ~ 87 RGBout KG IK IK 84 23.VD+ 22.VDV+, VKR

31.AGCout

RGB Amp

AV1

116.Mode 1 55.CVBS3

Mode 1 CV L SCART 1 G R

53.INL3

Color Decoder YUV Processor RGB V-out

IN
ROT CTRL 112 ROT SW 113 On/Off

B R

RGB

78~80.RGB3

HV

FBLK TVout

TVout

77.SCARTFBL 64.CVBS0

SECTION 4 DIAGRAMS

Front Input

119.KEY

97.SIRCS

99.SDA1

108,109,SCLO,SDAO

102.B INT

122~3.RED LED,GREEN LED

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ONE CHIP
Jungle
67.HOUT 66.AFC 32.EHTO 83.ABL EHT, ABL Hp EW, Hd 21.EWD

Rot. Cct*

Lout

Audio Amp

39. MONO OUTL

*Except 14" +/-15V

Micro Text V-chip

Pin out H-drive H-out

Hout

feedback Audio Amp

FBT

AV2 IN I/O port PLL A D C DAC


AUDIO MUTE 106 AUDIO STBY 105 SCARTHPL 62

CV L R

AV2

51.CVBS2/Y2

49.INL2

3W

10.Xtalin

1ch
mute stdby

24.576MHz

11.Xtalout

2ch

3W
(2 Spk model only)

LED B-INT SIRCS NVM IIC Device ATT HP

Key buttons

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4-2. CIRCUIT BOARDS LOCATION

C board

A Board

4-3. SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM


Note: All capacitors are in F unless otherwise noted. All electrolytic capacitors are rated at 50V unless otherwise noted. All resistors are in ohms. k = 1000, M = 1000k Indication of resistance which does not have rating electrical power is as follows. Pitch: 5 mm Rating electrical power 1/4W (CHIP: 1/10W) : nonflammable resistor. : internal component. : panel designation or adjustment for repair. All variable and adjustable resistors have characteristic curve B unless otherwise noted. Readings are taken with a color-bar signal input. Readings are taken with a 10 M digital multimeter. Voltage are dc with respect to ground unless otherwise noted. Voltage variations may be noted due to normal production tolerances. All voltage are in Volt. : Cannot be measured. Circled numbers are waveform references. : B +bus. : B bus. k : signal path. Note: The reference number which starts with Wxxx (eg: W003) indicates a wire to wire connection. Note: Components marked as XX are not fitted on this model. Reference information RESISTOR : RN : RC : FPRD : FUSE : RS : RB : RW : COIL : LF-8L CAPACITOR : TA : PS : PP : PT : MPS : MPP : ALB : ALT : ALR METAL FILM SOLID NONFLAMMABLE CARBON NONFLAMMABLE FUSIBLE NONFLAMMABLE METAL OXIDE NONFLAMMABLE CEMENT NONFLAMMABLE WIREWOUND ADJUSTMENT RESISTOR MICRO INDUCTOR TANTALUM STYROL POLYPROPYLENE MYLAR METALIZED POLYESTER METALIZED POLYPROPYLENE BIPOLAR HIGH TEMPERATURE HIGH RIPPLE

Note:

The component identified by shading and mark ! are critical for safety. Replace only with part number specified.

Note: A board schematic diagram is divided into 6 blocks. Each block is named by its function and block alphabet. eg: Processor (Block A) Joint connection between boards can be identified using the block alphabet followed by sequence numbering. eg: -<HOUT-DEFL (A10) To D11 Meaning: Block A joint A10 is connected to Block D joint D11

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4-3-1. C Board Schematic Diagram

RCV

J 1
FV ! J751 SOCKET CRT R795 100K 1/2W FPRD 1 1000V CN704 1P To G2 C752 4700p 2kV E L780 22uH GND 3 4 5 9 8 7 R774 150 3W RS 4 5 L781 XX 6 R773 560k 1/2W FPRD R760 XX C754 4.7 D750 250V GP08D

RGB AMP
1 1 GND 13 11 10 RV750 110M 1 2 3 4 5

H 2 3
3

D780 1SS133T-77 PROT

200V NC GND H1 NC CN703 5P WHT To A Board(Block D) CN801

GND

IK

R OUT

G OUT

B IN

G IN

CN701 7P WHT

To A Board CN004

R IN

VDD

B OUT

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5 6

GND B G R GND 1K 9V

1 2 3 4 5 6 7

R781 0.47 R757 2W 1k D781 R756 1/2W 1SS133T-77 IC751 1k 6 PROT 1 2 TDA6108A R758 1/2W RGB-OUT 1k C782 KG KB G2 1/2W 1000 JW1781 PICTURE B R783 5.0MM JW1782 TUBE L782 100 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 5.0MM R766 XX A34LRG70X 1/2W R764 XX H R763 100 L783 R767 ! 100 1/2W XX JW1783 XX 1/2W 5.0MM FPRD D755 C788 R768 HV R794 R765 HSS82-TJ XX D754 XX CV KR G1 G4 0.47 100 HSS82-TJ D756 1 GND 1/2W HSS82-TJ C789 PROT R754 XX 680 CN705 C787 C753 R-OUT C751 CHIP 1000p 1P 10 XX R753 250V R752 500V To Earth Coating Assy JW702 680 680 C790 XX R780 CHIP CHIP XX 470k C786 L750 R786 1/2W R777 R775 C781 XX 1000 R784 XX XX XX FPRD 250V B XX CHIP CHIP C759 4.7 XX R713 R778 R785 50V 0 XX XX CH CHIP CHIP Q701 R776 C783 D782 XX XX 1000 UDZSTE-175.6B CHIP IK-BUFFER B PROT B-BX1s11532-...-C..-14CT

KV-14CT1B/14CT1U/14CT1E/14CT1K
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4-3-2. A Board Processor (Block A)

10

11

12

13

14

15

MOMUTE-AUDIO (A7) To B8

D1_JP/MODE2_EU/ MONSW-MONO (A8) To F25

PWR-OFF-MUTE (A1) To B6

9V (A2) To B14,B4,C8,D14,E13,F6

5V (A4) To C9,D12,E16,F1

3.3V (A3) To C1,D18

SDA-0 (A5) To E14 SCL-0 (A6) To E15

CN004 XX WHT To CN701 (C Board)

CN007 XX WHT To CN905 (Block F)

CN009 XX YEL

+B (A9) To C11,D15,E11 +B NC GND VM OUT

Y OUT GND U OUT / FB GND V OUT

Y IN / G GND U IN / B V IN / R GND

GND B OUT G OUT R OUT GND IK 9V

CN003 XX WHT

1 2 3 4 5 6 7

1 2 3 4 5

Y-OUT

A
PROCESSOR (BLOCK A)
3.3V D066 GP08D

C006 100 16V L003 10uH C004 100 16V

C005 100 16V 9V

Y-IN

1 2 3 4 5

V-IN U-IN R377 XX CHIP

G B

V-OUT

U-OUT

R394 4.7k CHIP

5V

C068 XX F

C
5V

D058 MMDL914T1 G-MUTE Q001 UN2211 RGB-MUTE(SPOT)

5V

D057 MMDL914T1 R-MUTE

C097 XX F C099 XX F D006 XX PROTECTION


D075 UDZSTE-179.1B

C071 XX F

C001 100p CH R004 100 CHIP

C003 100p CH

7 6

R039 100 CHIP

To Top Switch GND 1 NC 2 KEY 3

B_INT

C318 0.1 16V C002 B 470 R393 16V 100 CHIP JR1010 XX CHIP R099 220 CHIP R096 220 CHIP

2 1

R006 XX CHIP

3.3V

R331 100 CHIP C008 47 35V R003 4.7k CHIP

R360 0 CHIP

VCC OUT GND

L031 10uH 0.47 10V Q016 TP03 B:CHIP UN2211 R323 100 CHIP C023

D055 UDZSTE-175.6B PROTECTION

VDDADC(1.8) VSSADC VDDA2 VDDA(1.8) GNDA VREFAD VREFAD_PO VREFAD_NE VDDA(3.3V) B OUT G OUT R OUT IK ABL VP3 GND3 B-Y/BIN Y/GIN R-Y/RIN SCARTFBL VOUT UOUT YOUT YSYNC YIN UIN VIN VDDCOMB VSSCOMB HOUT AFC VM

R361 XX CHIP R001 4.7k CHIP

R363 D054 0 CHIP UDZSTE-175.6B PROTECTION R010 R362 C009 10k XX XX CHIP B CHIP

R038 100 R041 CHIP 100 CHIP

R042 2.2k R385 CHIP 100 C301 470p CH

C038 0.1 16V B

C302 2.2 16V F

R356 0 CHIP C092 0.1 16V B

Y IN

To E6 (A62) SECAM L-L CN005 3P WHT R002 100 CHIP

D067 XX

D003 MMDL914T1 5V POWER SUPPLY C026 47 35V

D025 UDZSTE-179.1B L006 10uH C025 0.22 16V B:CHIP

D004 XX PROT

IC003 CAT24WC16JI-TE13 NVM

D059 MMDL914T1 B-MUTE C015 XX D002 MMDL914T1 3.3V POWER SUPPLY

D024 UDZSTE-179.1B PROTECTION

U IN V IN

D008 XX D007 PROTECTION XX D009 PROTECTION XX PROTECTION C056 100 16V

C098 XX F

C051 XX F

1 2 3 4

Q010 XX VM BUFFER 5V D005 XX PROTECTION R317 3.3k CHIP

HOUT-DEFL (A10) To D11 AFC-DEFL (A11) To D2 LSR-AUDIO (A12) To B3 LSL-AUDIO (A13) To B2

D056 IC002 RPM7240-H5 MMDL914T1 IC RECEIVER PROTECTION

C010 470p CH

D023 UDZSTE-179.1B L035 PROTECTION 10uH C030 L007 0.22 C028 10uH 16V 0.1 16V B:CHIP C036 100 B:CHIP 16V

SCARTFBL/A16 (A14) To F16

C037 4.7

R364 1k CHIP

CHIP R384

100 R386 100 CHIP CHIP

C093 0.1 16V B

C053 0.022 25V B

C094 0.1 16V B

96 95 94 93 92 91 90 89 88 87 86 85 84 83 82 81 80 79 78 77 76 75 74 73 72 71 70 69 68 67 66 65

L005 C096 C054 10uH 0.1 0.1 16V 16V R058 B B 100 R056 CHIP 100 R059 C095 CHIP XX R395 0.1 100k 16V CHIP CHIP TP04 B

W003

W004
64

To F27(A61)B_CLK To F29(A60) B_INT To F28 (A59) B_DAT To B7 (A58)AUDIO-STDBY B_DAT

R097 220 CHIP

R014 100 CHIP R340 10k CHIP

R324 2.2k CHIP

3.3V

R336 4.7k CHIP

C011 XX B

C312 1000 B

F
3.3V R087 220 CHIP R098 220 CHIP Q006 UN2216 G LED SW Q007 UN2216 R LED SW

Q014 XX 1.8V DETECT

D071 R338 4.7k MMDL914T1 R015 CHIP PROTECT C020 1.5k D068 0.1 CHIP UDZSTE-175.6B 16V B C308 PROTECT 0.01 25V R380 B R388 100 CHIP XX W038
W043 W015 W037

R030 100 CHIP R322 4.7k C091 RN-CP 100p CH R392 10k CHIP
W039

R029 100 CHIP L009 10uH C311 2.2 C090 100p CH

D070 R319 2.2K XX RN-CP CLAMPING DIODE L012 10uH

L011 9 7 10uH C012 101 VSSC2 8 0.22 102 16V R012 R337 470 103 B INT C313 D1_JP/MODE2_EU/MONSW-MONO 1000 B 2.2k CHIP 104 MOMUTE-AUDIO B CHIP 105 AUDIO STDBY R339 100 CHIP 106 AUDIO MUTE R341 107 HD SW 100 CHIP R018 108 SCL0 IC001 D069 100 CHIP 109 SDA0 TDA11020H/NIA000AK XX 110 VDDP(3.3V) SYSTEM CONTROLLER, CLAMPING DIODE 111 S1/VC(GA) (A63) ROT_CTRL VIDEO PROCESSOR, 112 ROT CTRL To D16 AUDIO PROCESSOR (A64) ROT_SW 113
To D17

R020 98 SCL1 100 CHIP 99 SDA1 C021 100p 100 VDDC2 CH

97 SIRSC

CVBS0

SCARTHPR 63 SCARTHPL 62

CVBSO (A15) To F17 SCARTHPR (A16) To F18 SCARTHPL (A17) To B1,F19 C1 (A18) To F8 CVBS1/Y1(A19) To F10 INR1 (A20) To F12 INL1 (A21) To F11 CVBS3 (A22) To F13 INR3 (A23) To F15 INL3 (A24) To F14 CVBS2/Y2 (A25) To F22 INR2 (A26) To F20 INL2 (A27) To F21 MON-OUT (A28) To F4

LSR LSL CVBS1/Y1 INR1 INL1 CVBS3 INR3 INL3

61 60 58 57 56 55 54 53 52 51 50 49 48 47 46 45 44 43 42 41 40 39 38 37 36 35 34
W032 C061 XX C309 B XX C070 C316 0.1 0.47 16V 10V B B W030

JW1088 XX JW1089 XX JW1091 XX JW1093 XX JW1095 XX

C1 59

JW1090 XX JW1092 XX JW1094 XX

C2
CVBS2/Y2 INR2 4 INL2 MON-OUT VP2 AGC2SIF VCC8V INTC0-IF IFVO/IF_MON_OUT SIFAGC/SCART PLLIF GND2 MONO_OUTL DECSDEM OUTR OUTL D1 RIN D1 LIN

C069 0.1 16V B:CHIP L004 47uH C303 100 16V C073 2.2 C319 47p CH

ROT SW

R381 XX
W042 W044

R387 XX R383 XX R391 XX

VSSP2 VSSC4 VDDC4(1.8V) VDDA3(3.3V) VREF_POS_LSL VREF_NEG_LSL+LSR VREF_POS_LSR+HPL VREF_NEG_HPL+HPR VREF_POS_HPR XTALIN XTALOUT VSSA1 VGUARD DECDIG VP1 PH2LF PH1LF GND1 SECPLL DECBG EWD VDVD+ VIFIN1 VIFIN2 VSC IREF GNDIF SIFIN1 SIFIN2 AGCOUT EHT0

C310 XX C315 XX R382 XX CHIP Q012 XX 1.8V DETECT

R320 D073 4.7k XX RN-CP RELAY D072 MMDL914T1 ESD PROTECT DIODE Q013 MSD601-RT1 RESET

R023 100 CHIP R024 100 CHIP

114 STBY_SW 115

C013 470 C014 25V 0.22 16V B:CHIP

C314 XX F

L013 10uH C018 0.22 16V B:CHIP

DGC RELAY 116 D1_JP/MODE1_EU 117 VDDC1(1.8V) 118 DECV1V8 JR1011 119 KEY 0 CHIP 120 S2 R026 121 VSSC1/P 100 122 RED LED CHIP 123 GREEN LED R025 124 VDDC3(1.8V) 100 125 VSSC3 CHIP 126 AGC-MUTE 127 SECAM L-L 128 M-SYS-IF

C072 0.01 25V B

W033

W034

C320 47p CH

IFVO/IF_MON_OUT (A29) To E5 PLLIF (A65) To E18 MONO_OUTL (A30) To F26

TV-R TV-L

OUTR (A31) To F3 OUTL (A32) To F2

W010

AVL/2SIF 33

W031

C325 0.022 25V

G R
D914 SPB-25MVWF LED

TP02 C024 22 C019 0.22 16V B:CHIP C022 0.22 16V B:CHIP L010 10uH

9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32

C029 22

3.3V

L037 10uH

L033 10uH C324 0.022 25V L032 10uH

C048 C089 C304 0.22 C052 1000 100 16V1000 X001 B 16V B 24.5MHz B R011 C046 1k R048 C300 R044 6800 25V 100 12k C044B CHIP 0.22 16V CHIP 2.2 CHIP C032 C034 R045 R046 B XX XX 16V 100 100 CH CH F CHIP CHIP C041 L036 W022 4700 C049 C050 B 0.022 10 10uH 25V B C321 C317 C081 220 0.01 1000 16V 25V B C042 B L008 0.22 C080 10uH 16V 1000 B:CHIP B C322 C031 22

D065 UDZSTE-175.6B PROTECTION

R060 R051 100 39k CHIP RN-CP C323 C055 0.001 C058 0.15 1000 B PP B R355 10k CHIP

C063 C064 R379 0.1 C065 2.2 16V 3.3 68k B CHIP R312 1M D074 CHIP MMDL914T1 R313 150k CHIP

1000p B

3.3V

R316 XX CHIP

R314 6.8k RN-CP

W008

D064 UDZSTE-175.6B PROTECTION R315 6.8k RN-CP D063 MMDL914T1 OCP

R061 680 CHIP C057 0.01 25V B 5V

I
R303 2.2M CHIP R300 100 CHIP R302 XX CHIP C077 0.047 16V B

R326 XX RN-CP R309 W011 1M CHIP R305 XX CHIP

R311 47k CHIP R310 1k CHIP C079 XX D062 UDZSTE-175.6B SLICER Q009 XX ABL BUFFER

J
(A54) DGC-RELAY To C15 (A53) M-SYS-IF To E9 To F23 (A51) S1/VC D1_JP/MODE1_EU (A50) To F24 (A48) 1.8V_AUDIO To B13,C10 (A55) STBY_SW To C13 To C3 (A56) RESET AUDIO-MUTE (A57) To B9 (A49) AGC-MUTE To E12 (A47) 1.8V_MAIN TO C2 To F25 (A52) S2

R301 2.2M CHIP

D061 MMDL914T1 ABL C078 R307 68p XX C084 CH CHIP W009 XX B D060 UDZSTE-175.6B ABL R304 680k R327 R308 CHIP XX XX CHIP FB001 RN-CP 1.1uH R306 Q008 XX MSD601-RT1 CHIP GEOMETRIC CORRECTION

To D1(A43) EWD-DEFL

To D7(A42) VD--DEFL To D5(A41) VD+-DEFL To E8(A40) VIFIN1-IF To E7(A39) VIFIN2-IF

To D6(A46) -13V-DEFL

To D8(A36) OVP-DEFL (A35) OCP-PROTECT To D10 (A34) TUAGC-IF To E10

B-BX1s11532-...-A..(BLOCK A)-14CT

To E2(A38) SIFIN1-IF To E1(A37) SIFIN2-IF

To D4(A45) ABL VGUARD-DEFL (A44) To D3

30

To E3(A33) 2SIF

31

KV-14CT1B/14CT1U/14CT1E/14CT1K
RM-W100

KV-14CT1B/14CT1U/14CT1E/14CT1K
RM-W100

4-3-3. A Board Audio (Block B)

4
LSR-AUDIO (B3) To A12 1 3D OUT+ 2 GND 3 GND/3D OUTSCARTHPL (B1) To A17,F19 LSL-AUDIO (B2) To A13

10

11

12

13

14

15

CN201 XX WHT J201 XX J200 JACK J202 XX

CN200 XX WHT To Speaker

CN202 3P WHT To Speaker

SP L GND GND SP R

R238 XX R239 CHIP 100 CHIP C234 470p CH:CHIP

8 9 6 7 2 1 5 4 3

1 2 3 4

1 SP 2 GND 3 GND

3 4 5 1 2 7 6

3 1 4 2

R237 XX CHIP

C235 XX CH

C200 0.22 16V B

F
R227 XX CHIP

To F5 (B5) MON-MUTE-AUDIO

470P B:CHIP

B-BX1s11532-...-A..(BLOCK B)-14CT

To A2,B4,C8,D14,E13,F6 (B14) 9V

32

To A48,C10 (B13) 1.8V_AUDIO

To A57 (B9) AUDIO-MUTE

To A7 (B8) MOMUTE-AUDIO

To A58 (B7) AUDIO-STDBY To A1 (B6) PWR-OFF-MUTE

To C6 (B10) AUDIO_GND

To C4 (B12) AUDIO_1 To C5 (B11) AUDIO_2

To A2,B14,C8,D14,E13,F6 (B4) 9V

R233 JR1256 C223 D200 XX XX XX CHIP C202 R217 1PS226-115 IC200 XX 330 PROTECT AN17804A C230 16V R240 R200 XX R219 C201 AUDIO AMP 0 XX B C214 PT XX XX CHIP 330 CHIP 16V 25V R235 C208 C205 F R201 XX 47 XX R234 XX B FPRD XX CHIP R208 C236 FPRD XX C207 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 R202 R204 XX CHIP C218 XX XX 10k C216 C232 22 C231 C213 C210 C212 R211 CHIP CHIP XX 0.047 C215 XX 0.1 C209 100 XX 1000 R203 PT PETP R207 2.2 CHIP 25V B:CHIP XX 1.5k 1.5k CHIP CHIP C220 R205 D205 Q202 C237 10 6.8k MMDL914T1 D209 MSB709-RT1 C206 C203 XX R210 C224 CHIP R213 R221 XX XX AC MUTE C204 0.033 0.033 PT 22k 16V 15k 1k 0.1 CHIP F 9V 16V 16V 9V CHIP CHIP MPS B R214 B R232 R215 Q200 R226 R223 D210 15k CHIP XX 10k D206 XX UN2211 XX XX CHIP Q204 CHIP CHIP XX CHIP R218 C219 XX C228 JL217 Q201 C211 R212 0 220 XX MIXER MSB709-RT1 4.7 0 CHIP 16V R220 C226 CHIP R222 0 R230 XX XX XX CHIP 16V R216 CHIP R229 CHIP D203 D204 D201 C221 10k MMDL914T1 F MMDL914T1 MMDL914T1 XX XX CHIP C229 Q205 CHIP 25V D207 D211 XX D202 XX 1PS226-115 XX MMDL914T1 MIXER C227 R224 R236 XX 10k XX D208 9V 16V CHIP CHIP W040 MMDL914T1 F R228 R225 C225 W041 XX XX XX CHIP CHIP D213 MMDL914T1 R2647 D212 C2649 C2631 R241 R242 10k XX MMDL914T1 470p 2.2k 2.2k R8016 FPRD 16V D2625 500V CHIP CHIP FB2607 XX F S3L20UF4 B D214 L2601 RN-CP Q206 XX 10uH MMDL914T1 UN2211 PS2601 FB2602 R2646 1.1uH 5A 1 ! FPRD C2636 C2648 1000 1000 D2626 35V XX C2601 R2645 XX XX FPRD C2602

C217 1000 25V

A
AUDIO(BLOCK B)

PW_GND

OUTC/NC

IN R/NC

OUTR/NC

IN C/NC

S_GND

MUTE

OUTL

IN L

STBY

VCC

RF

33

KV-14CT1B/14CT1U/14CT1E/14CT1K
RM-W100

KV-14CT1B/14CT1U/14CT1E/14CT1K
RM-W100

4-3-4. A Board Power Supply (Block C)

10

11

12

13

14

15

A
POWER SUPPLY (BLOCK C)

IC606 BA033T 3.3V REG C675 XX ! T602 CONVERTER TRANSFORMER(SRT)

VCC OUT GND

C641 100 16V

C672 0.01 25V B IC607 BA18BC0FP-E2 1.8V REG


VCC OUT

3.3V (C1) To A3,D18

C
To C7,D13 (C16) 11V DGCT 2 DGCT 1 ! CN603 2P CN601 2P To DGC DGC 2 DGC 1

E
To A54 (C15) DGC-RELAY

CN602 2P To AC Power AC IN 1 AC IN 2

GND JW1665 C685 C662 0.1 17.5 220 D635 16V 16V C609 RD3.6SB B D622 4700 ESD PROTECT R639 R668 11EQS10-TB5 R616 500V 3.3 33k XX E 20V RECT 10W IC602 CHIP 18 1 C652 ! PQ09RDISJ00H D638 ! 470p C653 IC604 JW1660 C622 9V REG 17 MMDL914T1 JW1662 2200p THP600 470p 500V XX TA7805S D623 10MM D604 B 10ERB20-TB3 ! THERMISTOR,POSITIVE 500V R667 250V 5V REG FB610 C637 6 31 D3SB60F3 1k B E JW1661 JW1663 20V RECT 100 PS603 XX C605 CHIP AC RECT XX 10.MM C612 16V 4700 ! 5A I GO I O C626 680p FB603 500V 15 G ! L601 1.5kV C638 1.1uH 470p FB605 E D624 PS602 47uH JW1666 C610 C660 100 MPS 500V C674 XX S3L20UF4 C647 5 14 5A 4700p R654 W024 0.22 16V FB601 XX 470 R669 XX B ! 11V RECT JW1667 D620 C606 500V R651 275V XX C639 XX 16V XX B D602 4700p XX 5 E C632 C634 XX MPS RY600 CHIP 100 13 JW1611 AM01AV1 2200 470 RELAY,AC POWER 500V C624 16V E 35V 25V 5 RECTIFY R660 C635 47 C654 R661 D603 JR1601 7 IC603 12 D639 IC601 XX 470 XX D3S6M-F 470p C650 C682 C630 XX AM01AV1 D600 R658 PQ018EF01SZH RN STR-F6267S LF1357 R627 RN R602 Q601 500V MMDL914T1 CHIP RECTIFY XX 1000 3300 560k 18 V REG W018 8 C628 11 SWITCHING REG 10k 2.2 MSD601-RT1 PROTECT C611 RN R659 16V 35V D621 B 1500p C644 CHIP RELAY SW L602 1 2 3 4 220 680k 1 2 3 4 5 470p 2kV RU4AM-T3 IC605 22uH 450V RN 9 10 C643 R609 CH +B RECT R665 C649 SE135N-LF38 0.47 Q605 R612 C680 10k C668 D614 C673 JR1602 ERROR-AMP XX 100 10V W002 JW1654 470p R618 2.2k D636 CHIP FN155 100 XX 16V XX B XX D618 XX RN XX XX CH BUFFER W001 ! O C 16V D637 D1NL20U C616 R666 D619 G PS605 MA2ZD14001S0 D605 ! JW1604 PS604 R623 220p XX D615 RECT 10ERB20-TA2B5 5A C679 RD5.1ESB2 5A JW1632 C657 XX CH XX TP601 RECT XX XX R675 JW1605 XX C600 330p RN-CP REG REG R624 XX XX 250V 1 2 C678 L600 4700p ! 2.2k FB608 R636 VDR600 C623 R655 2.2 47uH C665 ! ! B 250V RN 0uH 100 R633 2200 16V ! VARISTOR 2.2k D633 330 JW1633 R653 T603 E FH603 T600 CHIP ! R621 XX XX MTZJ-T-77-15 R619 B R656 F 160V XX LFC S600 D617 LFC PROTECTION 0.33 1 R650 220 ! R640 10ERB20-TA2B5 2W 8.2M C666 XX REG R647 RS 1W 0.1 R672 JW1653 FH601 FH602 C646 1k 5 D629 MPS XX RN XX ! CHIP ! R620 RD5.1ESB2 CHIP C669 R645 100V R646 F600 R631 0.33 REG JW1630 XX C602 R635 150k ! 1.5k 5A 4.7k 2W XX 0.1 10k RN-CP RN-CP C670 250V RS MPS CHIP 330p Q608 JW1602 C619 250V R625 MSD601-RT1 ! XX R634 0.047 B Q609 0 ! SW C621 JW1603 PH600 PT JW1631 MSD601-RT1 C661 4.7k CHIP C625 4.7 CHIP PC123Y22JOOF XX XX SW 330p XX PHOTO COUPLER T604 T605 25V 250V XX XX B B B-BX1s11532-...-A..(BLOCK C)-14CT

1.8V_MAIN (C2) To A47

AUDIO_1 (C4) To B12 AUDIO_2 (C5) To B11 AUDIO_GND (C6) To B10 11V (C7) To C16,D13 9V (C8) To A2,B4,B14,D14,E13,F6 5V (C9) To A4,D12,E16,F1 JW1088 5 JW1090 5

JW1089 XX JW1091 5

JW1092 5 1.8V_AUDIO (C10) To A48,B13

SPARK GAP SPARK GAP

SPARK GAP SPARK GAP

+B (C11) To A9,D15,E11

HOLD_DOWN (C12) To D9

34

To Heat Sink IC601 (C14) HS-A007

2 2

1 4

STBY_SW (C13) To A55

35

KV-14CT1B/14CT1U/14CT1E/14CT1K
RM-W100

KV-14CT1B/14CT1U/14CT1E/14CT1K
RM-W100

4-3-5. A Board Deflection (Block D)

8
VGUARD-DEFL (D3) To A44 ABL (D4) To A45

10

11

12

13

14

15

EWD-DEFL (D1) To A43

VD+-DEFL (D5) To A41 -13V-DEFL (D6) To A46

AFC-DEFL (D2) To A11

B
!

VSS (-13V)

REF-VOLT

VCC (+13V)

VCC (OUT)

OUTPUT

DEFLECTION (BLOCK D)
15

F.B-PLS

DRV-IN

A
R8005 XX CHIP R881 6.8k CHIP

VD--DEFL (D7) To A42

IC804 STV9302A V-OUT

7 C863 0.047 16V B

C
To A3,C1 (D18) 3.3V To A64 (D17) ROT_SW To A63 (D16) ROT_CTRL R8004 XX CHIP

To A9,C11,E11 (D15) +B (D14) 9V To A2,B14,B4,C8,E13,F6 To C7,C16 (D13) 11V To A4,C9,E16,F1 (D12) 5V

R8003 XX CHIP

5V

R802 XX CHIP C800 XX

5V R810 XX CHIP

R805 XX CHIP R809 XX CHIP

To NS COIL NS+ 3 NC 2 NS- 1

C879 XX B

L806 XX C804 XX

R816 XX CHIP

D815 UDZSTE-179.1B PROTECT

CN800 3P RED

2 3 4 IC800 XX ROTATION AMP 8 7 6 5

H
3.3V

! 1 HV T802 C844 NX-4450//M3A4 0.047 4 16V R895 B R891 2.2k D820 2.2 2 RN-CP GP08D C854 V-DRIVE 100 C862 35V C877 Q814 R893 1000p 0.01 6.8k 500V MSD601-RT1 C876 11V 25V R401 6 RN-CP B SWITCH 1000 B:CHIP 0.47 B:CHIP C878 1/2W D823 0.01 5 FPRD ELIZ 5V B:CHIP C850 C864 C861 C813 R402 0.1 Q800 XX R838 R420 220 XX XX Q804 500V 100V XX 4.7k 27k 25V 2W L804 C811 16V B 2SA1091-0 PT RS XX CHIP CHIP PIN DRIVE D805 100 FV D824 B STOPPER 16V ELIZ 1SS133T-77 D830 R887 C812 R804 C815 22k MMDL914T1 SV STOPPER XX XX R835 R841 XX R848 R844 16V C857 PROTECTOR CHIP C860 CHIP R822 150k XX 16V XX 6.8k 220 R425 13 1000 C865 B CHIP 1.2K R826 R839 R421 XX R888 25V R831 1/2W CHIP B CHIP 500V XX R803 PT FPRD 330k 0 CHIP B 47k 4.7k XX D809 CHIP 10k 11 R416 CHIP 11V CHIP CHIP CHIP R853 1SS133T-77 R833 R842 R845 D812 4.7k R400 3.3k XX XX D818 C845 STOPPER 150k CHIP CHIP XX 1/2W D808 0.47 CHIP R824 D829 1000 RD5.1ESB2 10 1/2W 1/2W 1SS133T-77 33k B:CHIP CLAMP UDZSTE-175.6B C816 R800 FPRD L805 STOPPER R801 CHIP XX CLAMPER XX 2.2mH XX 9 CHIP R8008 R8007 JW1839 CHIP ! R422 C830 R868 XX C817 XX C828 0.01 XX 12.5 10 9V XX R823 R827 C831 FPRD 100 9V C840 1W 25V D821 8 R808 C867 L802 0.1 180k 1.5 0.011 RS R882 16V W019 C803 B XX 33 16V 2.2k 22mH 10ERB20-TB3 C833 C836 1.2kV RN 2W C818 C821 XX 160V R806 0.1 220P PP D816 CHIP C846 B:CHIP CHIP H-CENT 1 XX XX C826 RS 16V 2KV 7 XX R846 R852 R890 0.022 R861 R834 BY228/A52A/ 330p R423 S800 B:CHIP CHIP 2kV 68 2.2k 10k 25V 2.2k R896 180k Q806 0 RS 3W CHIP RN-CP B CHIP MSD601-RT1 C847 RN XX CHIP R807 PIN-DRIVE 0.01 Q801 XX R411 Q802 200V R865 XX C841 CHIP R405 8 7 6 5 1k PT C848 C849 68k R869 0.15 D819 BUFFER MSD601-RT1 CHIP D807 0.47 1/2W 0.01 0.022 250V R412 1 D827 R883 200V 200V 10ERB20-TB3 BUFFER R855 1/2W RN H-CENT1 PP 1SS133T-77 R814 IC801 68k ELIZ 2.2k PT R857 C832 Q807 100K FPRD PT 220p C852 13 XX STOPPER RN MSB709-RT1 XX CHIP LM2903DT RECT 0.27 R8009 R813 C868 C842 CHIP R413 CHIP CH PIN-DRIVE 250V Q8009 COMPARATOR 6.8k 470p C882 0.033 XX 33k PP R424 JW1834 R815 C829 CHIP 2SA1091-0 400V JW1842 7.5 R812 CHIP 500V 0.015 RN 150k R858 XX XX R829 S PP XX 1 2 3 4 CHIP L803 STOPPER 200V B 10 D826 R889 XX 16V L800 C851 CHIP W026 1k 1 CHIP 4.7mH 100 CHIP B C834 PT CHL 450V XX D800 3`W 3W R866 XX R843 RS XX Q808 R851 CLAMPER RS 100k 16V 0 R419 1k STOPPER CHIP Q8010 IRF614-037 B XX R8010 CHIP D801 C809 CHIP R897 R406 H-OUT RN 2SC3209LK 120k R847 R884 R828 220k C869 11V XX 1000 R879 XX R854 C825 R818 10k SWITCH RN 1.5k 1/2W 33 C870 R414 R8013 XX 220k C835 R817 4.7k 18k 0.01 STOPPER B:CHIP C822 CHIP RN XX XX 1/2W 3W XX 0.01 0.01 CHIP 25V CHIP C872 100k 250V CHIP R8011 25V RS B 25V CHIP FPRD RN XX W025 B 47k D828 B 9V R408 R856 8 7 6 5 R876 R859 R873 CHIP Q803 R825 Q810 10k 10k R880 XX 11V 33k 47k 220k R8002 1.5k 2SC3209LK-TP CHIP R8012 CHIP CHIP CHIP XX C808 C810 CHIP R899 3W IC803 XX R8000 47k H-DRIVE 220p 1000 XX BUFFER RS CHIP R840 11 R864 CHIP 500V R403 XX C874 XX 500V IC802 C839 R872 RN-CP XX CHIP XX B XX 2200p R877 B 5.6k R898 TJM4558CDT 0 25V 100k FPRD B CHIP R894 CHIP PIN AMP CHIP C875 XX B 1 2 3 4 R8001 R820 R8015 XX CHIP XX Q805 R870 2.2k XX C837 XX 4 1 2 RN-CP 1 CH 4700p RN-CP 2.2k CHIP CHIP 2SC5885 Q816 JW1837 CHIP B R8014 H-OUT C859 XX 5 C853 C805 2 XX XX R821 1 XX FB800 CHIP R871 22k R830 D831 1.1uH R878 220 12 3.3V 2.2k CHIP 3 6 C856 1 XX R892 R417 C866 R886 D804 1W 1/2W C806 1W XX XX RS C838 RS XX XX Q809 MIXER 1SS133T-77 XX FPRD 0.022 T800 C807 CHIP 0.1 10 CHIP RN XX PROTECT 200V HDT 1000p 100V MIXER PT B:CHIP PT 14
JW1840 5

C855 C858 0.47 220 35V MPS

1 2 3 4 5

200V NC GND H1 NC CN801 XX 5P WHT To CN703 (C Board)

JW1841 7.5

200V

D817 EGP20G

TH800 XX

2 3 4

6 5

OVP-DEFL (D8) To A36

HOLD_DOWN (D9) To C12

OCP-PROTECT (D10) To A35 5V


V+ VHHH+ H+ 1 2 3 4 5 6

To A10 (D11) HOUT-DEFL

DY800 6P To DY

B-BX1s11532-...-A..-(BLOCK D)-14CT !

H.DY

H.DY V.DY

V.DY

36

37

KV-14CT1B/14CT1U/14CT1E/14CT1K
RM-W100

KV-14CT1B/14CT1U/14CT1E/14CT1K
RM-W100

4-3-6. A Board Tuner (Block E)

10

11

12

13

14

15

B-BX1s11532-...-A..(BLOCK E)-14CT

A
TUNER (BLOCK E)
R106 XX CHIP TU101 *
CLOCK IF OUT

I G R110 XX CHIP L101 XX R108 XX RN-CP Q102 XX L103 AMP XX C117 XX CH D101 XX SELECTOR C116 XX G

SWF100 O FILTER SURFACE WAVE O

SWF101 FILTER SURFACE WAVE 1 3 2 4 5

SWF102 * 1 3 2 4 5

B
DATA

JR1100 XX

AGC

JR1101 0 CHIP C100 R104 1000p XX B CHIP R115 100 CHIP L106 47uH 1 To F30 (E17) TU-AGC

D
TP101 XX

E
C101 XX 16V D107 MMDL914T1 DIODE 5V

JR1107 JR1108 XX R119 XX CHIP CHIP XX RN-CP C139 C111 L102 0.01 C102 XX C104 XX 25V B R107 B 47p 47p XX CH CH JR1110 CHIP XX CHIP C112 0.01 CT139 R109 XX 9V B D108 C120 XX 470 UDZSTE-175.6B CHIP R116 16V D109 100 UDZSTE-175.6B CHIP C106 R118 XX L100 XX R152 XX CHIP 7.5k CHIP C109 C107 470 4700p R154 16V B 0 R100 CHIP XX C137 R121 33V C108 CHIP 1000p 22k 470 3W B 9V 16V RS Q100 D103 XX UPC574J BUFFER C119 C118 REGULATOR 0.01 22 B:CHIP
5V

33V

C115 XX B

D102 XX DIODE JR1109 XX CHIP L104 XX R125 XX CHIP

AS

R128 XX CHIP R151 XX CHIP

R126 XX CHIP

R124 XX CHIP

W046

Q106 XX SWITCH R123 XX CHIP Q105 XX SWITCH C070 R150 0.1 100 16V CHIP B CF100 XX FILTER 1I BPF O2
3

R142 XX CHIP

9V

L105 XX

R122 XX CHIP

R141 XX CHIP C129 XX 16V B

C136 1000p R130 B XX CHIP R088 390 CHIP

W045

C1233 2.2
To A29 (E5) IFVO/IF_MON_OUT To A38 (E2) SIFIN1-IF To A37 (E1) SIFIN2-IF To F7 (E4) IFVO To A65 (E18) PLLIF To A33 (E3) 2SIF
KV-14CT1B SWF102 Filter Surface Wave TU101 BTP-AC421

To A40 (E8) VIFIN1-IF To A39 (E7) VIFIN2-IF To A2,B14,B4,C8,D14,F6 (E13) 9V To A4,C9,D12,F1 (E16) 5V To A6 (E15) SCL-0 To A5 (E14) SDA-0 To A49 (E12) AGC-MUTE To A9,C11,D15 (E11) +B To A34 (E10) TUAGC-IF To A53 (E9) M-SYS-IF

To A62 (E6) SECAM-L-L

A BOARD MARK LIST


KV-14CT1E XX BTP-AC421 KV-14CT1K XX BTP-AC421 KV-14CT1U XX BTP-AU621

Note: The parts indicated as "XX" in this circuit diagram are not listed here, as they are not used for these models.

38

39

KV-14CT1B/14CT1U/14CT1E/14CT1K
RM-W100

KV-14CT1B/14CT1U/14CT1E/14CT1K
RM-W100

4-3-7. A Board Jack, Scart Terminal (Block F)

7
MON-MUTE-AUDIO (F5) To B5

9
9V (F6) To A2,B4,B14,C13,D14,E13

10

11

12

13

14

15

5V (F1) To A4,C9,D12,E16

B
To E17 (F30)TU-AGC To A60 (F29) B_INT To A59 (F28) B_DAT To A61 (F27) B_CLK

JR1903 0 CHIP

5 4 3 2 1

AGC B INT B DAT B CLK GND

CN904 5P WHT To Bus Connector

R9031 XX CHIP 5V R9030 XX CHIP

OUTR (F3) To A31 MON-OUT (F4) To A28

OUTL (F2) To A32

R9028 XX CHIP

L902 47uH D928 UDZSTE179.1B PROTECT R967 470k CHIP C940 470p CH C939 XX CH JR1902 0 CHIP C958 C959 XX XX Q908 CH CH C967 UN2216 2.2 SWITCHING Q900 L904 C960 16V TRANSISTOR 1uH XX XX F MONITOR OUT BUFFER CH R932 FB903 L903 D900 XX R910 XX 1uH XX CHIP XX PROTECTION CHIP C962 C961 C910 XX XX C901 D905 R913 XX CH CH CH XX R906 XX XX FB902 XX F CHIP PROTECTION CHIP XX R933 R914 D901 C900 XX XX C911 XX XX C963 CHIP CHIP XX PROTECTION F XX CH CH R904 XX CHIP Q901 XX AUDIO MUTE Q902 XX Q909 UN2216 D920 UDZSTE-175.6B PROTECT R902 XX CHIP C956 100 16V

A
JACK (BLOCK F)
CN901 XX
A1 A1 B1 B1 A2 A2 B2 B2 A3 A3 B3 B3

C
To A30 (F26) MONO_OUTL

R9040 1M CHIP R9045 100 CHIP

R9042 3.3k CHIP

D
(F25) D1_JP/MODE2_EU/MONSW-MONO To A8 C975 0.001 B

Q910 MSD601-RT1 C061 C953 R9041 AMP XX 0.1 1M R9043 16V CHIP 1k R9047 B CHIP 10k CHIP R9044 470 CHIP Q912 UN2211 AMP GAIN ADJUST R9034 100 CHIP

R9039 0 CHIP Q911 MSD601-RT1 AUDIO MONO BUFFER R9038 XX CHIP

C947 470p CH C946 XX CH

C973 R993 470 10 CHIP

D929 XX

C974 R992 XX XX CHIP R970 XX CHIP

R9046 2.2k CHIP

C922 XX CH C925 XX CH

E
To A50 (F24) D1_JP/MODE1_EU 1 2 3 4 5

R949 10k CHIP

A6 A6

R9035 100 CHIP

9V

D921 XX PROTECT

B6 B6 A7 A7

A8 A8 B8 B8

Y OUT GND U OUT / FB GND V OUT CN905 XX YEL R2 L2

Y/GIN Y/GIN B-Y/BIN B-Y/BIN R-Y/RIN R-Y/RIN

F1 F2

F2

R9050 C917 XX 330p CHIP CH L905 1uH F1

C964 XX CH

R940 220k CHIP

R945 10k CHIP

D915 UDZSTE-175.6B PROTECTION R9051 0 CHIP JW1901 5 D916 XX PROTECTION

F3

VIDEO 2
VIDEO IN 2

F4

F3 C916 XX CH F4

C918 R9052 1 R946 0 XX 16V CHIP CHIP R941 F XX C919 L906 XX CHIP 1uH
W035 F

J903 XX

R9005 C965 XX XX CHIP CH D931 RD3.6SB

R943 0 CHIP C921 XX

D917 XX C957 PROTECTION XX B

J909 F2 F3 L

D932 RD3.6SB

W028 R9053 75 CHIP

C955 0.22 16V B R9027 27k CHIP R9016 XX CHIP R9014 XX CHIP R9013 100 CHIP R9057 100 CHIP R9022 XX CHIP R9023 100 CHIP R9021 100 CHIP

I
R9037 100 CHIP

R927 R924 C903 R931 100 XX XX XX 16V C067 CHIP CHIP CHIP D913 R930 0.1 UDZSTE-175.6B 75 16V PROTECTION R926 CHIP B C062 R929 100 D912 0.1 75 CHIP UDZSTE-175.6B 16V CHIP PROTECTION R928 C060 B R925 100 R920 D911 75 0.1 CHIP 16V R907 CHIP XX UDZSTE-175.6B XX B CHIP CHIP JR1901 PROTECTION C909 C968 C914 0 XX XX CHIP XX D902 CH UDZSTE-175.6B 16V C908 CH F 1 R921 C915 C969 R908 16V 220k 39k 330p D903 XX F CHIP CH UDZSTE-175.6B CHIP CH R922 D904 C904 R918 75 0.22 47 UDZSTE-175.6B CHIP CHIP PROTECTION C907 R915 D906 C970 C912 R909 XX XX XX XX XX XX CHIP F CH CH PROTECT CHIP R916 C913 R905 D907 C971 XX XX XX CHIP CH XX XX CHIP CH PROTECT R911 R917 C906 C902 XX XX XX XX D908 CHIP CHIP XX PROTECTION R919 XX Q913 W047 CHIP W016 UN2211 W048 R923 W017 C905 D910 XX XX R952 CHIP XX B 1k PROTECTION CHIP R9018 L900 C923 R954 XX 10uH 47 1k JR1906 CHIP 35V XX CHIP R9019 R9020 XX XX CHIP CHIP C976 470 Q903 MSB709-RT1 D930 16V UDZSTE-175.6B

R947 33k CHIP R948 XX CHIP R950 XX CHIP

D922 XX

D923 XX PROTECT
A11 A11

D927 UDZSTE-175.6B R9062 1k R957 75 CHIP

A15 A15 B15 B15 A16 A16

A19 B19 A20 B20

A19 B19 A20 B20 A21 B21

L901 3.9uH

A21 B21

R OUT 1 R OUT 2 R IN 3 R IN 1 L OUT 1 L OUT 2 GND GND GND GND L IN 3 L IN 1 BY NC MODE 1 MODE 2 GND GND A10 AVL B10 AVL A11 Y B11 NC A12 NC B12 NC A13 GND B13 GND A14 GND B14 GND A15 RY B15 C2 IN A16 BLK B16 NC A17 GND B17 GND A18 GND B18 GND A19 V OUT TV B19 V OUT MON A20 V IN 3 B20 V IN 1 A21 GND B21 GND
A1 B1 A2 B2 A3 B3 A4 B4 A5 B5 A6 B6 A7 B7 A8 B8 A9 B9

CN902 21P
A1 A2 A3

A6 A7 A8

A11

A15 A16

A19 A20 A21

1 R OUT 1 2 R IN 3 3 L OUT 1 4 GND 5 GND 6 L IN 3 7 BY 8 MODE 1 9 GND 10 AVL 11 Y 12 NC 13 GND 14 GND 15 RY 16 BLK 17 GND 18 GND 19 V OUT TV 20 V IN 3 21 GND

To A17,B1 (F19) SCARTHPL To A16 (F18) SCARTHPR

TO A19 (F10) CVBS1/Y1

To A20 (F12) INR1

To A24 (F14) INL3

To A21 (F11) INL1

To A51 (F9) S1/VC

To A14 (F16) SCARTFBL/A16

To A25 (F22) CVBS2/Y2

To A15 (F17) CVBSO

To A22 (F13) CVBS3

To 27 (F21) INL2 To A26 (F20) INR2

To A23 (F15) INR3

40

To E4 (F7) IFVO

To A52 (F23) S2

To A18 (F8) C1

R L V

FB901 XX

C952 0.1 16V B

D918 JR1905 UDZSTE-175.6B XX PROTECT CHIP R9026 R9025 XX 100 CHIP CHIP

C972 1000p B R951 75 CHIP B-BX1s11532-...-A..(BLOCK F)-14CT

R9017 XX R9036 CHIP 0 CHIP

R9056 XX CHIP

R953 470k CHIP

41

KV-14CT1B/14CT1U/14CT1E/14CT1K
RM-W100

4-4. VOLTAGE MEASUREMENT & WAVEFORM A BOARD VOLTAGE LIST AND WAVEFORM
Ref IC001 Pin No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21
1 5.36Vp-p

Voltage[v] 0 0 2.0 3.3 3.3 0 3.3 0 3.3 1.5 0 0.1 2.5 0 1.8 2.3 0 2.3 2.3 4.0

Ref

Pin No. 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66
5

Voltage[v] 2.2 2.2 1.4 0 2.2 2.2 0 2.2 2.2 1.4 1.6 2.3 0 0 2.4 1.3 0.4 0.7

Ref

67
820.0mVp-p
6

1.4

22
2

1.7

3.12Vp-p

1.76Vp-p

23
3

1.8

1.92Vp-p

24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48
4

2.0 2.0 2.4 0 0 0.2 0.2 4.8 0.5 0 0 0 2.4 0 2.2 2.4 0 0 0 0.5 0 8.5 2.8 0 1.3

68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80 81 82 83 84 85
7

0 4.9 1.3 1.3 1.3 2.0 1.8 0.1 0 0 1.3 1.3 1.3 0 4.9 0 3.2 0

IC002 IC003

IC200

1.54Vp-p

86
8

1.7

IC601
1.40Vp-p

87
9

1.1 IC602 IC604

1.46Vp-p 1.96Vp-p

88

3.3

IC800

Pin No. 89 90 91 92 93 94 95 96 97 98 99 100 101 102 103 104 105 106 107 108 109 110 111 112 113 114 115 116 117 118 119 120 121 122 123 124 125 126 127 128 VCC OUT GND 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 1 2 3 4 5 I G O I G O 1

Voltage[v] 0 3.3 0 0 1.7 3.3 0 1.7 3.2 0.7 0.7 2.0 3.3 0.02 0.02 3.0 2.7 0.01 3.3 0.08 3.3 3.3 1.05 0.5 0 2.0 0 0 2.0 2.0 0 2.0 0 0 3.3 0 0 3.3 3.4 3.3 113 110 10.9 0 0 0 0 2.6 0 0 3.3 0.0 0.0 19.7 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 10.7 0 0.80 0 9.6 3.06 20.5 0.03 0.05 0.50 10.2 0 -9.02 4.96 0 -9.02 5.7

42

KV-14CT1B/14CT1U/14CT1E/14CT1K
RM-W100

A BOARD VOLTAGE LIST AND WAVEFORM


Ref Pin No. 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 1
15

IC801

IC802

IC803

IC804

Voltage[v] 5.09 5.09 0 4.6 4.6 4.6 10.2 2.0 0.8 1.5 0 2.7 2.0 6.0 9.0 3.0 3.2 3.2 0 3.0 3.0 4.0 9.1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 10.3 0.41

Ref Q105 Q106 Q200 Q201 Q202 Q205 Q601 Q605 Q608 Q609 Q800 Q801

680.0mVp-p

2 3 4 5
14

12.3 -12.3 -13.3 20.1

Q802 Q803

Pin No. E B C E B C E B C E B C E B C E B C E B C E B C E B C E B C E B C E B C E B C E B
12

Voltage[v] 0 3.6 0 0 0 4.2 4.8 1.9 0 0 20.2 20.9 20.9 9.0 0.1 8.9 2.7 5.5 0 0.04 14.2 0 24.8 219 23.5 0 20.2 0 0.62 0 0 1.8 9.0 1.15 0.42 0 0 0 4.6 0 0

Ref Q808

Pin No. S
13

Voltage[v] 0

9.400V

Q814 Q900 Q901 Q903 Q908 Q909 Q910 Q911 Q912 Q8009 Q8010 DY800
10

G D B C E B C E B C E B C E B C E B C E B C E B C E B C E B C E B C E

5.6 10.05 0 5.0 0.1 4.7 0 4.1 0.2 0 0 4.35 0 4.9 0.2 0.6 0 0 0.2 0.6 2.43 4.7 4.10 2.43 4.7 4.2 0.07 0.6 0 194.5 194.5 194.7 0.54 0 0

53.6Vp-p

1.38Vp-p

PH600

Q001 Q006 Q007 Q008 Q009 Q012

6 7 1 2 3 4 B C E B C E B C E B C E B C E B C

13.04 0.42 23.8 22.8 0 2.7 0 2.2 0 0 0 0 0 3.34 1.0 -0.28 0 0 0 0 0 0.6 0

Q804 Q805
11

C E B C E B C

6.21 0 133.7 0 133.6 0 137.4

1.36Vp-p

312.0Vp-p

Q806 Q807

E B C E B C E

0 5.8 9.0 5.6 6.0 0 5.6

43

KV-14CT1B/14CT1U/14CT1E/14CT1K
RM-W100

C BOARD VOLTAGE LIST AND WAVEFORM


Ref IC751 Pin No. 1
1

Voltage[v] 1.8

Ref

Pin No. 8
5

Voltage[v] 141.8

940.0Vp-p

100.0Vp-p

2
2

1.8
6

143.7

1.26Vp-p

70.0Vp-p

3
3

1.8

Q701 J751

1.34Vp-p

4 5 6 7
4

0 4.3 194.5 141.8

B C E 4 7 11 3 5 6 8 9 10

4.35 0 0 0.20 0.20 0.20 285.3 0 0 143.8 142.0 143.0

102.0Vp-p

44

KV-14CT1B/14CT1U/14CT1E/14CT1K
RM-W100

4-5. PRINTED WIRING BOARD & PARTS LOCATION PRINTED WIRING BOARDS

[RGB OUT]

C Board
GND GND 200V 1K GND G R B
A703

9V

NC

NC

H1

1 C754 7

CN701

1 A705

R780

R775 C783 L750 R713JW1750 R778

C788 R754 R753 C789

CN704
D750
C752

CN703
R781 H2 L780 G1-2 4 5 6 7

R773

R774

G2 RV750 RCV 3 8

R760 R795
13

H1 G1-1

R752 C790 R784 R776 R785 R786

R777
Q701 R794

C781
EY706 KB

C759

D782
R766

A701

R768 R767

2 1

KG 9

B IN G IN C753 R IN C751

R758

10

C786

CN705

KR

GND IK VDD

D756

C787

R757

D754

1-688-692-12
(1-722-796-12)
GND

J751

11

L783

D755

R OUT G OUT R765 B OUT

G1-3

L782 R764

R2
1 G4

R783 D781

R756

JW1782 L781 JW1781 R763

EY707

IC751

9
A704 EY703

D780

C782

A702 EY701

45

KV-14CT1B/14CT1U/14CT1E/14CT1K
RM-W100

KV-14CT1B/14CT1U/14CT1E/14CT1K
RM-W100

PRINTED WIRING BOARDS

NOTE: The circuit indicated at left contains high voltage of over 1220 Vp-p. Please pay attention when inspecting or repairing it to prevent an electric shock.

[PROCESSOR, AUDIO, POWER SUPPLY, DEFLECTION, TUNER, JACK, SCART TERMINAL]

A Board
1 2 3 4
R006 R393C001C322 R002 C003 R004 D002

A BOARD

5
JR008

6
R336

7
CN005
R015

8
C231 C211

9
KB004
A010

10

11

12

13

14

IC
IC001 IC002 IC003 IC200 IC601 IC602 IC603 IC604 IC605 IC606 IC607 IC800 IC801 IC802 IC803 IC804 PH600 C-6 H-14 A-5 B-9 J-8 E-9 E-11 E-8 I-6 C-8 E-12 E-7 E-5 E-5 G-6 J-6 I-7

A
B DAT B CLK AGC B INT
GND
1 TP101 5

R099 R001 R097 R003 R096 JR1010

Q102
D003
C115 R108 JR1100

IC003 1
C002
R026

R337 R322
L012 R9037 JR003
JR025

JR004

R320

JR038
R319

CN904

8
L036

KB005
R338 R340

A017 C120 JR1903 L008


L106

L033

R315
C080

R316 FB001

L037

Q013
JR012 R380

C314 R024
L009

R394

C317 C137

R048 C081 D065


L103 W032 C117

TU101
C139 C100

R104 R115 JR1101

R116 D109 D108

C032 C042 C300 C029 L010 JR111 C325 C022


C034 X001
1

D072
JR037

A019

R023
R8004

R9035

R029
D067

R030
C091
D214 D212

R046
R045

B
W002

128 C013 R392

C014
JR002

1 11 C119 R355 C118 R061 L100 C956 Q910 R9041


Q100 R9044 R9043

W050 C116

C
R126

C044

C102 R154 R118

R107 R119 JR1110 L102

JR1011

JR051 C011

C089

C052

SWF100 JR013

R9036 R012

C090

C108

W030

R9046 W055
R906
C900 R914 C911

R051

R9040

97 32 33

D059

JR904

C107

Q911
R9038

R151 D102 JR1109 JR112 SWF101 W049


C922 C923

C026

C
R913 C910 R910 L901 R951 FB901
C901 21 R922 R928 R930 R929 20

R9047

W046D101 R379 C316 Q900


L902 R931 C057 C925

R9031SWF102 R9030 C323 D074 C070 C061 R150


C073

96

R356

JR901JR902
R953

L006

C953 R952 C976

R924 C065 R902 R141


R9056
C129

C072
C069

R088
C309

JR026

C037

C079
D075

JR1906
C904 D930

L900

C303
JR015
JR021
L003

C905

R954 D904 D908


W010 R927 R926

L004
C902

D900

R9026

R9019 R239
C234
64 65

R9028

IC001 R364 C036 C038 C053 R311 R9057 C096 R384 C056 C054 R326 JR027 JR017
D061 D060 R385 W047

CF100
R9027

D910
R919 R947 R949 C915 R923 R950 R948

W017
W028 C319 C060 C067 R925 C062

R9025 W016 JR1905 C955 D918

C235 R317 L005


R059 R9014 R395 R9013

C093 C092

R386

C005

R9017 R9018
R237 R238

R058

D911 Q010

R056

D912

5
C051 R843 D009 R851 D007 R852 C068 C831 C095 C830 D008 C071 C822

R920 C961 C914


C962 L904

D913 JR805 1

1 Y OUT 5 GND U OUT/FB GND 5 V OUT 1

R377

CN009

JR041
R803

CN003

W003 C826
R861 D809 R841

R865 R873 C835 R857 D812 R864


C816 R855

CN007
R810 R809 L806 R816
C800 C879

R876 R866

C809

IC801

CN905
GND +B NC
R121

C960
1 FB903

L903

D903 C908 C909 D902

IC800

R424

14 4
R859

KB006
R838 R839 R872
C839 C812

R932 C940
C963 R933

8 5 8 5
D807

R967

FB902

C907 D906 R909

C906 D907

C815R858 R845

IC802

NS+ NC NS-

C805
C834 D815

R825
C842 R820 S

W024
C847

C828 R846
JR602 C833 C635

JR804
C973

C972
JR905

Q808

JR800 C078 R304 R303

C832 R403 R305


R8002 R8014

C959
JR906 A001

R821 C807

R408

R880
G

Q008 R307 R308 R312

R306 FB603
FB608 C626 C628 D622 C2631

Q807 R823

D819 E B
R890

R834 R897
R829 C851

R060

Q909
T800

L800 C810
R830

Q809 D826
C859 R892

R879

R417

D063 Q810 R313 R8001 R898 R8000 Q816 C874


C856

4
R899

R886 W025
C853

R894 R896 8 5

Q805
B

R883 1 DY800

C665 C872

SECONDARY

IC803

H+

H+

H-

H-

V-

V+ 6
C838

C646 TP601
D629

Q609
C661 C680 R655

R8015
E R402

R871 L600
R640

R631

H
FB800

H+ +B 2

T801
C865

TH800
R878

T802 3

D808

R827
R822

R647 R636

Q608
R633 JW1653

FBT
ABL
11 10
R411

C867

200V 4 H1 5 +13V
9 R672
3 2

R412

R8011 C869

R835
E

GND
8

-13V
7

GND 6

R826

D827 C868 R8009


E

R8010

R8012 C875

C850

CN801
1 5
C866 B R406 C855

12 13

R891

R401
C862 D823

Q8010 D828 D820

C858 R895

R419

C625 C844

C864 A012

2
R8008

R400

C860

6 7 C877 C857 1 C854 C878 C876 R650

IC804
R623

D824

46

C020 R341 R014 R339 R324

1
C308 C312

C685

Q910 Q911 Q912 Q913

C-2 C-2 C-2 B-6

D068
C313 R236

R234
R216

DIODE
D002 D003 D004 D005 D006 D007 D008 D009 D023 D024 D025 D054 D055 D056 D057 D058 D059 D060 D061 D062 D063 D064 D065 D066 D067 D068 D069 D070 D071 D072 D074 D075 D101 D102 D107 D108 D109 D200 D202 D203 D204 D205 D206 D207 D208 D209 D210 D211 D212 D213 D214 D600 D602 D603 D604 D605 D614 A-4 A-3 D-7 D-7 D-7 D-6 D-6 D-5 B-7 B-7 C-8 G-14 H-13 G-13 D-8 C-7 C-7 D-6 D-6 C-7 G-7 B-4 B-4 D-4 B-7 A-7 B-7 B-6 A-7 B-6 C-4 C-7 C-3 C-3 B-1 B-2 B-2 E-14 D-8 A-8 C-8 C-8 C-8 A-8 B-8 C-9 D-12 E-11 B-8 B-8 B-8 G-13 I-10 H-11 F-11 J-9 J-9

D201 D207
D213 JR006

R214 Q201 R213


C213

C215 D208 C212 JR036


C210 Q016

R218 R235 R2647

JR019 JR096

JR200
C205

L011
JR098 D023 JR1601

Q206 R2646
JR097

R211 C209 C236

W053 D024
C221 1

C237 C206 C208 C204


R204 C203 R205 C219 R208 R207
C224

DNG B OUT

C207
C202 R201 R202 R203

R OUT

R220 C229
C201 C200 R200 R230 JR1256 C641R242 R241

GND Q202 IK

IC606
O

D205

9V

C228 C225
R224

D209 Q204
W035 R602

D057 R041 R042 D202

I
C675

R420 R421 R808

R225 C227 R228 C226

TRANSISTOR
JR907 D932
R9051

R223 EY201 A020 R233

JR908 C921

D917

R8005

C220 Q814

JW1901
C218 C957

R226

W034 JR020 C216


D915 D931

C230
R635 W026

Q601

D210 C214

R9005
R240

R9052
R945 V

C638

C679 R813 C2648 L602 D638


R654 R665

R098 Q006 C643


R656

R805 R800
Q800
R801

R814 JR001

C217

C918

R2645
C2602 JR600 D211

C668 C649

R807

Q802 I G

JR601 R666 I O C2601 C662 G

R634

IC607

Q007 R087 C223

C964 R940 L905 L906 C917


R9050

R941
L

C916

IC604

IC602

C674

IC603

L601
C630

C2636
C682

CN202 SP L GND GND SP R SP


CN200

J909 J903

R639
C609

DGC
C660

DGC

GND GND

R616
D620 C654
D639

THP600
PS2601 FB2607

J200 J202 J201

A018 1

DGCT PRIMARY
C611

G
D056 D600

JR255
PS602

PS603

JR254 T602

D055

R363
O

DGCT 1-688-691-12
(1-722-796-12) R2
R675 R653 R620 D603 S600 C666 C657

RY600

R362

R361 R360

IC002

R627 JW1654 FB605 D619 C624


D615

R625
R624

R619
D602

T603 T605

FB610 D617 R651

C623 C644 R658


R660

CN602

C612

R646
C619

C673

B E R618 R621
PS604

T604 T600
VDR600

C600

JW1611 FB601

Q001 Q006 Q007 Q008 Q009 Q010 Q013 Q016 Q100 Q102 Q105 Q106 Q202 Q203 Q204 Q205 Q206 Q601 Q605 Q608 Q609 Q800 Q8009 Q801 Q8010 Q802 Q804 Q805 Q806 Q807 Q808 Q809 Q810 Q814 Q816 Q900 Q901 Q902 Q903 Q908 Q909

D-7 E-13 E-13 F-7 D-7 D-3 A-6 B-8 C-2 A-3 C-3 C-4 C-8 A-8 D-9 D-9 B-8 D-12 I-10 H-7 G-7 E-8 I-4 E-9 I-5 E-9 I-6 G-1 F-5 F-5 F-3 F-6 G-7 D-8 G-7 C-3 F-1 F-1 D-2 F-1 G-1

IC601

FH601

D615 D617 D618 D619 D620 D621 D622 D623 D624 D625 D629 D633 D635 D636 D637 D638 D639 D800 D801 D805 D807 D808 D809 D812 D815 D816 D817 D818 D819 D820 D821 D823 D824 D826 D827 D829 D830 D831 D900 D901 D902 D903 D904 D905 D906 D907 D908 D910 D911 D912 D913 D914 D915 D916 D917 D918 D921 D922 D923 D927 D928 D929 D930 D931 D932

I-8 I-8 I-8 I-8 G-8 G-8 F-9 G-9 G-8 F-9 H-7 I-9 D-8 J-9 E-11 E-11 G-8 E-8 E-8 G-6 E-6 H-5 F-4 E-4 F-3 G-3 F-2 I-6 F-4 J-5 F-4 J-4 J-3 G-5 I-4 E-4 I-6 F-6 D-4 C-1 E-2 E-2 D-2 C-1 E-2 E-2 D-2 D-2 D-3 D-2 D-3 G-13 D-13 D-13 D-13 D-5 E-2 E-2 E-2 D-1 F-1 F-1 D-2 D-14 D-13

GND

NC KEY

R215

R212

D071

L032

12

C318 C031

C321 W031 R314

C024

L013 C018 R025

R010

R8003 W048

CT139

W033

L101

R110 R106 L104

R109

R018

R044 D064

R323L031 JR024 R9034 R020 JR009 D069

C311

R011

C232

C104

C041

JR1107 C111 JR1108

R142

JR050 D107 C101 R152 R100 D901 D905 R917


R918

C106
R9045

C049 C050

R125 C112

IC200

D070

Q913

C006

R038

R124

C055 R128 L105

C046

C048

R2321

C010

C109

R122 R130 C136

Q105
R123

C012 C975

D204

JR018

C021

W045 C1233

JR014

C328

D025

G OUT

R1201

D058 R039

C030 C028 JR016 JR005 C023 TP03 C302

C025

Q106

L035C301

R222

C063

R9042

R310

R229

CN004 D206

Q912 C952

D062

R221

C320 C064

C632

R904 C903

C672

D635

R911

Q903

C084 Q009

L007 R9062

R327

D927

R957 R921 C939 R970 B2 JR903 C958 Q908 R413 C870


C974

Q205

Q001

R227

R9020 R9021 R9022 R9053 R9023

JR1901 R915 C912

D916

D066

C099 D006 D005 C098 C097 D004 C094

V IN GND

Y OUT

GND

Y IN W054 GND U IN

GND V OUT

U OUT

C829 R848 R853 C825 R854

W018

R806

C804

VM OUT

C913 R916

JR040

R609

C803

C637

R667

R812

R817

R946

D829 C813

C965 C919

C678

D920 C969 C968 D921 R908 R907 D922 D923

C647

CN800

R844

D637

D200

JR1602

C639

R847

2 Q902

Q801

R425

D801 R818

D800

R669

C971 C970

W027

R668 L2601

R802

R804

R815

R856

R423

R905

R842

C967

R9016

R302 R300 R301C077 JR300

R422

R217

C634

C650 PS605

R868

Q901

R9039 R992 JR1902 JW1837 R840

R869

Q806

CN601

R877

C670

C610

R993 C947 D928

D817 C841

C849

R882

C653

D604

S800

R828

R219

L802

D821

3 4

C606

R309

R881

D929 C946 L805 R414 C882

D831

D2625

C058

D624

3D GND GND/3D OUT+ OUT-

R889

C840

C808 C806 C836

C852

D816

C848

C846 R405

CN201

D621

FB2602

L803

3 R331

D914

CN603

R884 D805 C837 R870 IC605

D054

C652 D623 C622 D633

C009

C008

VCC

L804

R887 R824

1 PH600 R833

R831

R416

C811

Q804

R888

D830

D818

AC IN

R893

C845

Q605

R659

D618

NC

200V

H1

GND

NC
C861

FH602

Q8009 R8007

C863

AC IN

W001

C602

R645 C616

R661

C669

FH603

F600

D636 C621

R612

D605

D614

47

KV-14CT1B/14CT1U/14CT1E/14CT1K
RM-W100

4-6. SEMICONDUCTORS TRANSISTOR

C B E
E C B

MSD601-RT1 UN2211 UN2216 MSB709-RT1

2SC3209LK

IRF614-005

FN155

2SA1091-0

2SC5885

DIODE
CATHODE

CATHODE

ANODE (GRN)
ANODE

ANODE
ANODE (GRN)
ANODE

CATHODE

CATHODE

BY228/A52A

SPB-25MVWF

HSS82-TJ RD5.1ESB2 MTZJ-T-77-15 UPC574J 1SS133T-77

AM01AV1 D1NL20U D3SB6M-F EGP20G EL1Z GPO8D RU4AM-T3

S3L20UF4 10ERB20-TB3 10ERB20-TA2B5 11EQS10-TBS D3S6M-F

MMDL914T1 RD3.6SB

IC
3
ANODE

2 1 3
CATHODE

2 1
TOP VIEW

MA2ZD14001SO UDZSTE-175.6B UDZSTE-179.1B

D3SB60F3

1PS226-115

TDA11020H/ N1A000AK

SE135N-LF38

BA033T

SOP

1 9

TOP VIEW

Small Outline L-leaded Package Pin 8~98

AN17804A

TDA6108AJK/N1

TA7805S

CAT24WC16J1-TE13 LM2903DT TJM4558CDT

STR-F6264S-LF1357

48

KV-14CT1B/14CT1U/14CT1E/14CT1K
RM-W100

IC

1 7

TOP VIEW
RPM7240-SH5 PQ09RD1SJ00H PQ018EFO1SZH BA18BC0FP-E2

STV9302A

49

KV-14CT1B/14CT1U/14CT1E/14CT1K
RM-W100

NOTE: Items with no part number and no description are not stocked because they are seldom required for routine service. The construction parts of an assembled part are indicated with a collation number in the remark column.

SECTION 5 EXPLODED VIEWS


Items marked " " are not stocked since they are seldom required for routine service. Some delay should be anticipated when ordering these items. The components identified by shading and mark ! are critical for safety. Replace only with part number specified.

5-1. CHASSIS
r : 7-685-648-79 SCREW +BVTP 3 12 p : 7-685-663-71 SCREW +BVTP 4 16

7 16 18 9 13

17

14

11 10

12

25 10 15 14 27 6
21 26

24 23

22 20 19

5 4 3

REF. NO. PART NO. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 X-4041-369-1 * 4-092-231-01 4-092-229-01 4-092-230-01 4-036-405-71 ! 8-735-570-05 1-452-032-00 4-091-911-01 4-202-554-02 4-074-601-02 4-077-228-02 ! 8-451-401-51

DESCRIPTION BEZNET ASSY GUIDE, LIGHT DOOR CONTROL BUTTON POWER SPRING COMPRESSION PICTURE TUBE (A34LRG70X) MAGNET DISC COVER REAR ( x 6 screws) HOLDER HV CABLE SPACER DY

REMARK 2-5, 27

REF. NO. PART NO. 17 18 19 1-825-293-11 4-094-690-01 A-1302-283-A A-1302-405-A A-1302-428-A 1-453-309-21

DESCRIPTION LOUD SPEAKER (5 x 9 CM) PIECE A (90) CONV, CORRECT COMPLETE PWB, A (KV-14CT1B) COMPLETE PWB, A (KV-14CT1E/1K) COMPLETE PWB, A (KV-14CT1U) TRANSFORMER ASSY FLYBACK (NX-4450//M3A4)

REMARK

20

* * * !

21 22 23

13 14 15 16

PIECE TLH CONVERGENCE DEFLECTION YOKE (Y14RSA-L3) (KV-14CT1B/1K/1U) ! 8-451-401-11 DEFLECTION YOKE (Y14RSA-S) (KV-14CT1E) * A-1405-473-A MOUNTED PWB, C 4-057-862-01 SCREW, TAPPING 5 + CROWN WASHER 4-369-318-21 SPRING TENSION ! 1-456-278-11 DEGAUSSING COIL

8-598-623-00 8-598-624-00 * 4-093-760-01 ! 1-783-083-11 ! 1-776-204-12 4-022-115-00 1-477-678-71 * 4-092-370-11 * 4-093-771-01

24 25 26 27

TUNER FSS BTP-AC421 (KV-14CT1B/1E/1K) TUNER FSS BTP-AU621 (KV-14CT1U) BRACKET TERMINAL CORD POWER (WITH FILTER) (KV-14CT1B/1E/1K) CORD, POWER (FILTER) (KV-14CT1U) HOLDER AC CORD TOP SWITCH BLOCK BRACKET, FBT COVER, FRONT PANEL

50

KV-14CT1B/14CT1U/14CT1E/14CT1K
RM-W100
The components identified by shading and mark ! are critical for safety. Replace only with part number specified.

SECTION 6 ELECTRICAL PARTS LIST


REMARK REF NO. PART NO. DESCRIPTION REMARK All resistors are in ohms Items marked " " are not stocked since F : nonflammable they are seldom required for routine service. Some delay should be anticiCAPACITORS pated when ordering these items. MF : F, PF : F All variable and adjustable resistors have COILS characteristic curve B, unless otherwise MMH : mH, UH : H noted.

REF NO. PART NO. NOTE:

DESCRIPTION

The components identified by shading and mark ! are critical for safety. Replace only with part number specified.

When indicating par ts by reference number, please include the board name.

REF NO. PART NO.

DESCRIPTION

REMARK

REF NO. PART NO. C052 C053 C054 C055 C056 C057 C058 C060 C061 C062 C063 C064 C065 C067 C069 C070 C072 1-162-964-11 1-164-227-11 1-107-826-11 1-136-167-00 1-126-933-11 1-162-970-11 1-162-964-11 1-107-826-11 1-162-966-11 1-107-826-11 1-107-826-11 1-126-961-11 1-126-962-11 1-107-826-11 1-107-826-11 1-107-826-11 1-162-970-11 1-126-961-11 1-165-176-11 1-162-927-11 1-162-964-11 1-162-964-11 1-162-964-11 1-162-927-11 1-162-927-11 1-107-826-11 1-107-826-11 1-107-826-11 1-107-826-11 1-107-826-11 1-162-964-11 1-126-933-11 1-162-923-11 1-162-923-11 1-126-935-11 1-126-935-11 1-162-968-11 1-163-021-91 1-162-968-11 1-126-965-91 1-163-021-91 1-126-935-11 1-162-964-11 1-162-964-11 1-162-970-11 1-127-715-91 1-162-970-11 1-130-495-00 1-164-227-11 1-126-961-11

DESCRIPTION CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP FILM ELECT CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP ELECT ELECT CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP ELECT CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP ELECT CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP ELECT ELECT CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP ELECT CERAMIC CHIP ELECT CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP MYLAR CERAMIC CHIP ELECT

REMARK 0.001UF 10.00% 50V 0.022UF 10.00% 25V 0.1UF 0.15UF 100UF 0.01UF 0.001UF 0.1UF 0.0022UF 0.1UF 0.1UF 2.2UF 3.3UF 0.1UF 0.1UF 0.1UF 0.01UF 2.2UF 0.047UF 100PF 0.001UF 0.001UF 0.001UF 100PF 100PF 0.1UF 0.1UF 0.1UF 0.1UF 0.1UF 0.001UF 100UF 47PF 47PF 470UF 470UF 0.0047UF 0.01UF 0.0047UF 22UF 0.01UF 470UF 0.001UF 0.001UF 0.01UF 0.22UF 0.01UF 10.00% 5.00% 20.00% 10.00% 10.00% 10.00% 10.00% 10.00% 10.00% 20.00% 20.00% 10.00% 10.00% 10.00% 10.00% 20.00% 10.00% 5.00% 10.00% 10.00% 10.00% 5.00% 5.00% 10.00% 10.00% 10.00% 10.00% 10.00% 10.00% 20.00% 5.00% 5.00% 20.00% 20.00% 10.00% 10.00% 10.00% 20.00% 10.00% 20.00% 10.00% 10.00% 10.00% 10% 10.00% 16V 50V 16V 25V 50V 16V 50V 16V 16V 50V 50V 16V 16V 16V 25V 50V 16V 50V 50V 50V 50V 50V 50V 16V 16V 16V 16V 16V 50V 16V 50V 50V 16V 16V 50V 50V 50V 50V 50V 16V 50V 50V 25V 16V 25V

* A-1302-283-A COMPLETE PWB, A (KV-14CT1B) * A-1302-405-A COMPLETE PWB, A (KV-14CT1E/1K) * A-1302-428-A COMPLETE PWB, A (KV-14CT1U) **************** * 1-564-508-11 * 1-564-510-11 1-900-704-55 4-382-854-01 4-382-854-21 PLUG, CONNECTOR 5P PLUG, CONNECTOR 7P LEAD ASSY, JUMPER SCREW (M3X8), P, SW (+) SCREW (M3X14), P, SW (+)

A015 A016 A018

* 4-055-304-01 * 4-042-408-01 * 4-042-408-01

HOLDER, LED PIN, COATING LEAD PIN, COATING LEAD

COMMON PARTS LIST


<CAPACITOR> C001 C002 C003 C004 C005 C006 C008 C010 C012 C013 C014 C018 C020 C021 C022 C023 C024 C025 C026 C028 C029 C030 C031 C036 C037 C038 C041 C042 C044 C046 C048 C049 C050 1-162-927-11 1-126-935-11 1-162-927-11 1-126-933-11 1-126-933-11 1-126-933-11 1-126-947-11 1-164-315-11 1-127-715-91 1-126-933-11 1-127-715-91 1-127-715-91 1-107-826-11 1-162-927-11 1-127-715-91 1-125-891-11 1-126-965-91 1-127-715-91 1-126-947-11 1-107-826-11 1-126-965-91 1-127-715-91 1-126-965-91 1-126-933-11 1-126-963-11 1-107-826-11 1-162-968-11 1-127-715-91 1-164-505-11 1-162-969-11 1-127-715-91 1-164-227-11 1-126-964-11 CERAMIC CHIP ELECT CERAMIC CHIP ELECT ELECT ELECT ELECT CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP ELECT CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP ELECT CERAMIC CHIP ELECT CERAMIC CHIP ELECT CERAMIC CHIP ELECT ELECT ELECT CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP ELECT 100PF 470UF 100PF 100UF 100UF 100UF 47UF 470PF 0.22UF 100UF 0.22UF 0.22UF 0.1UF 100PF 0.22UF 0.47UF 22UF 0.22UF 47UF 0.1UF 22UF 0.22UF 22UF 100UF 4.7UF 0.1UF 0.0047UF 0.22UF 2.2UF 0.0068UF 5.00% 20.00% 5.00% 20.00% 20.00% 20.00% 20.00% 5.00% 10% 20.00% 10% 10% 10.00% 5.00% 10% 10.00% 20.00% 10% 20.00% 10.00% 20.00% 10% 20.00% 20.00% 20.00% 50V 16V 50V 16V 16V 16V 25V 50V 16V 16V 16V 16V 16V 50V 16V 10V 50V 16V 25V 16V 50V 16V 50V 16V 50V

C073 C077 C078 C080 C081 C089 C090 C091 C092 C093 C094 C095 C096 C100 C101 C102 C104 C107 C108 C109 C112 C116 C118 C119 C120 C136 C137 C139 C200 C203 C204 C206 C209

10.00% 16V 10.00% 50V 10% 16V 16V 10.00% 25V

0.22UF 10% 16V 0.022UF 10.00% 25V 10UF 20.00% 50V

0.1UF 5.00% 50V 0.022UF 10.00% 25V 2.2UF 20.00% 50V

51

KV-14CT1B/14CT1U/14CT1E/14CT1K
RM-W100
The components identified by shading and mark ! are critical for safety. Replace only with part number specified.

A
REF NO. PART NO. C210 C211 C212 C213 C217 C218 C219 C220 C223 C232 C234 C300 C301 C302 C303 C304 C308 C311 C312 C313 C316 C317 C318 C319 C320 C321 C322 C323 C325 C328 C600 C602 C605 C606 C609 C610 C611 C612 C616 C619 C621 C622 C623 C624 C625 C626 C628 C630 C632 C634 C635 C637 C638 C639 C641 C643 C644 C647 C649 C652 1-126-968-11 1-126-963-11 1-126-942-61 1-115-339-11 1-126-942-61 1-126-965-91 1-126-934-11 1-126-964-11 1-128-549-11 1-137-374-11 1-164-315-11 1-127-715-91 1-164-315-11 1-164-505-11 1-126-933-11 1-126-933-11 1-162-970-11 1-126-961-11 1-162-964-11 1-162-964-11 1-125-891-11 1-126-934-11 1-107-826-11 1-162-923-11 1-162-923-11 1-162-970-11 1-162-964-11 1-162-964-11 1-164-227-11 1-162-970-11 ! 1-119-895-51 ! 1-165-538-11 1-161-830-00 1-161-830-00 1-161-830-00 1-161-830-00 1-117-751-11 1-125-893-11 1-164-230-11 1-130-491-00 1-126-963-11 ! 1-119-894-51 1-162-966-11 1-126-967-11 ! 1-127-942-51 1-102-228-00 1-125-772-91 1-128-549-11 1-126-953-11 1-126-941-11 1-126-971-11 1-126-933-11 1-126-933-11 1-126-933-11 1-126-933-11 1-125-891-11 1-164-315-11 1-126-935-11 1-126-933-11 1-102-228-00 DESCRIPTION ELECT ELECT ELECT CERAMIC CHIP ELECT ELECT ELECT ELECT ELECT MYLAR CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP ELECT ELECT CERAMIC CHIP ELECT CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP ELECT CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC MYLAR CERAMIC CERAMIC CERAMIC CERAMIC ELECT(BLOCK) FILM CERAMIC CHIP MYLAR ELECT CERAMIC CERAMIC CHIP ELECT CERAMIC CERAMIC CERAMIC ELECT ELECT ELECT ELECT ELECT ELECT ELECT ELECT CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP ELECT ELECT CERAMIC 100UF 4.7UF 1000UF 0.1UF 1000UF 22UF 220UF 10UF 3300UF 0.047UF 470PF 0.22UF 470PF 2.2UF 100UF 100UF 0.01UF 2.2UF 0.001UF 0.001UF 0.47UF 220UF 0.1UF 47PF 47PF 0.01UF 0.001UF 0.001UF 0.022UF 0.01UF 4700PF 0.1UF 0.0047UF 0.0047UF 0.0047UF 0.0047UF 220UF 680PF 220PF 0.047UF 4.7UF 2200PF 0.0022UF 47UF 330PF 470PF 1500PF 3300UF 2200UF 470UF 470UF 100UF 100UF 100UF 100UF 0.47UF 470PF 470UF 100UF 470PF REMARK 20.00% 50V 20.00% 50V 20.00% 10.00% 20.00% 20.00% 20.00% 20.00% 20.00% 5.00% 5.00% 10% 5.00% 25V 50V 25V 50V 16V 50V 35V 50V 50V 16V REF NO. PART NO. C653 C654 C657 C660 C662 C665 C666 C668 C670 C672 C678 C680 C682 C685 C805 C806 C807 C808 C809 C810 C811 C822 C825 C826 C828 C830 C831 C832 C833 C835 C836 C837 C838 C839 C840 C841 C842 C844 C845 C846 C847 C848 C849 C850 C851 C852 C854 C855 C857 C858 C860 C861 C862 C863 C867 C868 C869 C876 C877 C878 1-102-228-00 1-102-228-00 ! 1-127-942-51 ! 1-165-539-11 1-107-826-11 1-110-626-11 ! 1-165-538-11 1-126-933-11 ! 1-127-942-51 1-162-970-11 1-164-505-11 1-164-315-11 1-115-466-91 1-126-934-11 1-126-960-11 1-106-375-12 1-162-964-11 1-102-244-00 1-162-964-11 1-162-318-11 1-126-933-11 1-162-970-11 1-162-970-11 1-164-227-11 1-126-933-11 1-162-970-11 1-107-826-11 1-164-230-11 1-107-826-11 1-162-970-11 1-162-131-11 1-162-968-11 1-106-220-00 1-162-966-11 ! 1-117-645-11 1-117-661-71 1-100-123-21 1-165-176-11 1-162-964-11 1-117-767-91 1-107-364-11 1-107-364-11 1-106-375-12 1-106-220-00 1-107-675-11 1-117-664-11 1-126-948-11 1-107-894-11 1-104-666-11 1-137-194-81 1-162-318-11 1-104-666-11 1-162-318-11 1-165-176-11 1-165-441-81 1-102-228-00 1-107-654-11 1-162-964-11 1-162-970-11 1-162-970-11

DESCRIPTION CERAMIC CERAMIC CERAMIC MYLAR CERAMIC CHIP ELECT MYLAR ELECT CERAMIC CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP ELECT ELECT ELECT MYLAR CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC ELECT CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP ELECT CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CERAMIC CHIP MYLAR CERAMIC CHIP FILM FILM FILM CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC MYLAR MYLAR MYLAR MYLAR ELECT FILM ELECT ELECT ELECT FILM CERAMIC ELECT CERAMIC CERAMIC CHIP ELECT CERAMIC ELECT CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP 470PF 470PF 330PF 0.22UF 0.1UF 330UF 0.1UF 100UF 330PF 0.01UF 2.2UF 470PF 1000UF 220UF 1UF 0.022UF 0.001UF 220PF 0.001UF 0.001UF 100UF 0.01UF 0.01UF 0.022UF 100UF 0.01UF 0.1UF 220PF 0.1UF 0.01UF 220PF 0.0047UF 0.1UF 0.0022UF 11000PF 0.15UF 0.033UF 0.047UF 0.001UF 330PF 0.01UF 0.01UF 0.022UF 0.1UF 1UF 0.27UF 100UF 220UF 220UF 0.47UF 0.001UF 220UF 0.001UF 0.047UF 33UF 470PF 33UF

REMARK 10.00% 500V 10.00% 500V 10% 10 10.00% 20.00% 10 250V 275V 16V 160V 275V

20.00% 16V 10% 250V 10.00% 25V 16V 5.00% 50V 20.00% 20.00% 20.00% 99% 10.00% 10.00% 10.00% 10.00% 20.00% 10.00% 10.00% 10.00% 20.00% 10.00% 10.00% 5.00% 10.00% 10.00% 10.00% 10.00% 10.00% 10.00% 3.00% 5.00% 5% 10.00% 10.00% 10.00% 10.00% 10.00% 99% 10.00% 20.00% 5.00% 20.00% 20.00% 20.00% 5.00% 10.00% 20.00% 10.00% 10.00% 20% 10.00% 20.00% 16V 16V 50V 200V 50V 500V 50V 500V 16V 25V 25V 25V 16V 25V 16V 50V 16V 25V 2KV 50V 100V 50V 1.2KV 250V 400V 16V 50V 2KV 200V 200V 200V 100V 450V 250V 35V 35V 25V 50V 500V 25V 500V 16V 160V 500V 250V

50V 16V 20.00% 16V 20.00% 16V 10.00% 25V 20.00% 10.00% 10.00% 10.00% 20.00% 10.00% 5.00% 5.00% 10.00% 10.00% 10.00% 10.00% 10.00% 20.00% 10 99% 99% 99% 99% 20.00% 3.00% 5.00% 5.00% 20.00% 20.00% 10.00% 20.00% 10% 10.00% 10.00% 20.00% 20.00% 20.00% 20.00% 20.00% 20.00% 20.00% 20.00% 10.00% 5.00% 50V 50V 50V 10V 16V 16V 50V 50V 25V 50V 50V 25V 25V 250V 275V 500V 500V 500V 500V 450V 1.5KV 50V 50V 50V 250V 50V 50V 250V 500V 2KV 35V 35V 25V 50V 16V 16V 16V 16V 10V 50V

20.00% 16V 20.00% 16V 10.00% 500V

0.001UF 10.00% 50V 0.01UF 10.00% 25V 0.01UF 10.00% 25V

52

KV-14CT1B/14CT1U/14CT1E/14CT1K
RM-W100
The components identified by shading and mark ! are critical for safety. Replace only with part number specified.

A
REMARK 0.0068UF 99% 200V 0.22UF 20.00% 50V 1UF 1UF 330PF 330PF 330PF 1UF 47UF 470PF 470PF 0.1UF 0.1UF 0.22UF 100UF 2.2UF 0.001UF 10UF 0.001UF 470UF 0.22UF 2.2UF 470PF 470PF 1000UF 1000UF 16V 16V 50V 50V 50V 16V 25V 50V 50V 16V REF NO. PART NO. D074 D075 D101 D103 D107 D107 D107 D108 D109 D200 D201 D202 D203 D204 D205 D208 D211 D212 D213 D214 D600 D602 D603 D604 D605 D617 D618 D619 D621 D622 D623 D624 D629 D633 D635 D637 D638 D639 D804 D805 D807 D808 D809 D815 D816 D817 D818 D819 D820 D821 D823 D824 D827 D829 D830 D903 D904 D911 D912 D913 D914 8-719-081-97 8-719-069-60 8-719-066-11 8-759-157-40 8-719-074-43 8-719-081-97 8-719-404-50 8-719-069-55 8-719-069-55 8-719-062-51 8-719-081-97 8-719-081-97 8-719-081-97 8-719-081-97 8-719-081-97 8-719-081-97 8-719-062-51 8-719-081-97 8-719-081-97 8-719-081-97 8-719-081-97 6-500-481-31 6-500-481-31 8-719-077-77 8-719-109-85 6-500-567-11 8-719-063-70 6-500-567-11 8-719-312-10 8-719-085-37 6-500-567-31 8-719-510-73 8-719-109-85 8-719-923-86 8-719-157-97 8-719-072-70 8-719-081-97 8-719-027-22 8-719-991-33 8-719-991-33 8-719-991-33 8-719-991-33 8-719-991-33 8-719-069-60 8-719-081-00 8-719-979-85 8-719-109-85 6-500-567-31 8-719-908-03 6-500-567-31 8-719-302-43 8-719-302-43 8-719-302-43 8-719-069-55 8-719-081-97 8-719-069-55 8-719-069-55 8-719-069-55 8-719-069-55 8-719-069-55 8-719-083-18 DESCRIPTION MMDL914T1 UDZSTE-179.1B 1PS184-115 UPC574J BAS316-115 MMDL914T1 MA111-TX DIODE UDZSTE-175.6B DIODE UDZSTE-175.6B 1PS226-115 MMDL914T1 MMDL914T1 MMDL914T1 MMDL914T1 MMDL914T1 MMDL914T1 1PS226-115 MMDL914T1 MMDL914T1 MMDL914T1 MMDL914T1 DIODE AM01AV1 DIODE AM01AV1 D3SB60F3 RD5.1ESB2 DIODE 10ERB20-TA2B5 D1NL20U DIODE 10ERB20-TA2B5 RU4AM-T3 11EQS10-TB5 DIODE 10ERB20-TB3 S3L20UF4 RD5.1ESB2 MTZJ-T-77-15 RD3.6SB MA2ZD14001S0 MMDL914T1 D3S6M-F 1SS133T-77 1SS133T-77 1SS133T-77 1SS133T-77 1SS133T-77 UDZSTE-179.1B DIODE BY228/A52A/ EGP20G RD5.1ESB2 DIODE 10ERB20-TB3 GP08D DIODE 10ERB20-TB3 EL1Z EL1Z EL1Z DIODE UDZSTE-175.6B MMDL914T1 DIODE UDZSTE-175.6B DIODE UDZSTE-175.6B DIODE UDZSTE-175.6B DIODE UDZSTE-175.6B DIODE UDZSTE-175.6B DIODE SPB-25MVWF REMARK

REF NO. PART NO. C882 C904 C908 C909 C914 C915 C917 C918 C923 C940 C947 C952 C953 C955 C956 C967 C972 C973 C975 C976 C1019 C1233 C2602 C2631 C2636 C2648 1-106-363-00 1-126-957-11 1-164-346-11 1-164-346-11 1-162-959-11 1-162-959-11 1-162-959-11 1-164-346-11 1-126-947-11 1-164-315-11 1-164-315-11 1-107-826-11 1-107-826-11 1-127-715-91 1-126-933-11 1-164-505-11 1-162-964-11 1-126-964-11 1-162-964-11 1-126-935-11 1-127-715-91 1-126-961-11 1-102-114-00 1-102-228-00 1-126-972-11 1-126-952-11

DESCRIPTION MYLAR ELECT CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP ELECT CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP ELECT CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP ELECT CERAMIC CHIP ELECT CERAMIC CHIP ELECT CERAMIC CERAMIC ELECT ELECT

5.00% 5.00% 5.00%

20.00% 5.00% 5.00% 10.00%

10.00% 16V 10% 16V 20.00% 16V 16V 10.00% 50V 20.00% 10.00% 20.00% 10% 20.00% 10.00% 10.00% 20.00% 20.00% 50V 50V 16V 16V 50V 50V 500V 50V 35V

<CONNECTOR> CN005 * CN202 * CN601 * CN602 * CN603*! 1-564-506-11 1-564-506-11 1-691-134-11 1-580-843-11 1-508-786-13 PLUG, CONNECTOR 3P PLUG, CONNECTOR 3P PIN, CONNECTOR (PC BOARD) 2P PIN, CONNECTOR (POWER) PIN, CONNECTOR (5MM PITCH) 2P CONNECTOR, SCART 21P PLUG, CONNECTOR 5P

CN902 1-794-656-11 CN904 * 1-564-508-11

<DIODE> D002 D003 D023 D024 D025 D054 D055 D056 D057 D058 D059 D060 D061 D062 D063 D064 D065 D066 D068 D071 D072 D072 8-719-081-97 8-719-081-97 8-719-069-60 8-719-069-60 8-719-069-60 8-719-069-55 8-719-069-55 8-719-081-97 8-719-081-97 8-719-081-97 8-719-081-97 8-719-069-54 8-719-081-97 8-719-069-55 8-719-081-97 8-719-069-55 8-719-069-55 8-719-908-03 8-719-069-55 8-719-081-97 8-719-081-97 8-719-404-50 MMDL914T1 MMDL914T1 UDZSTE-179.1B UDZSTE-179.1B UDZSTE-179.1B DIODE UDZSTE-175.6B DIODE UDZSTE-175.6B MMDL914T1 MMDL914T1 MMDL914T1 MMDL914T1 UDZSTE-175.1B MMDL914T1 DIODE UDZSTE-175.6B MMDL914T1 DIODE UDZSTE-175.6B DIODE UDZSTE-175.6B GP08D DIODE UDZSTE-175.6B MMDL914T1 MMDL914T1 MA111-TX

53

KV-14CT1B/14CT1U/14CT1E/14CT1K
RM-W100
The components identified by shading and mark ! are critical for safety. Replace only with part number specified.

A
REF NO. PART NO. D915 D918 D920 D927 D928 D930 D931 D932 D933 D933 D933 D2625 8-719-069-55 8-719-069-55 8-719-069-55 8-719-069-55 8-719-069-60 8-719-069-55 8-719-157-97 8-719-157-97 6-500-028-01 8-719-069-60 8-719-070-62 8-719-510-73 DESCRIPTION DIODE UDZSTE-175.6B DIODE UDZSTE-175.6B DIODE UDZSTE-175.6B DIODE UDZSTE-175.6B UDZSTE-179.1B DIODE UDZSTE-175.6B RD3.6SB RD3.6SB DIODE MM3Z9V1ST1 UDZSTE-179.1B DIODE PDZ9.1B-115 S3L20UF4 REMARK REF NO. PART NO. JR012 JR013 JR014 JR015 JR016 JR017 JR018 JR019 JR020 JR021 JR024 JR025 JR026 JR027 JR036 JR037 JR038 JR040 JR041 JR050 JR051 JR093 JR096 JR097 JR098 JR111 JR112 JR200 JR300 JR600 JR601 JR602 JR800 JR805 JR901 JR902 JR903 JR904 JR905 JR906 JR907 JR1011 JR1100 JR1101 JR1107 JR1108 JR1902 JR1903 JR1907 1-216-864-11 1-216-864-11 1-216-864-11 1-216-864-11 1-216-864-11 1-216-864-11 1-216-864-11 1-216-864-11 1-216-864-11 1-216-864-11 1-216-864-11 1-216-864-11 1-216-864-11 1-216-864-11 1-216-864-11 1-216-864-11 1-216-864-11 1-216-864-11 1-216-864-11 1-216-864-11 1-216-864-11 1-216-864-11 1-216-864-11 1-216-864-11 1-216-864-11 1-216-864-11 1-216-864-11 1-216-864-11 1-216-864-11 1-216-864-11 1-216-864-11 1-216-864-11 1-216-864-11 1-216-864-11 1-216-864-11 1-216-864-11 1-216-864-11 1-216-864-11 1-216-864-11 1-216-864-11 1-216-864-11 1-216-864-11 1-216-864-11 1-216-864-11 1-216-864-11 1-216-864-11 1-216-864-11 1-216-864-11 1-216-864-11

DESCRIPTION SHORT CHIP SHORT CHIP SHORT CHIP SHORT CHIP SHORT CHIP SHORT CHIP SHORT CHIP SHORT CHIP SHORT CHIP SHORT CHIP SHORT CHIP SHORT CHIP SHORT CHIP SHORT CHIP SHORT CHIP SHORT CHIP SHORT CHIP SHORT CHIP SHORT CHIP SHORT CHIP SHORT CHIP SHORT CHIP SHORT CHIP SHORT CHIP SHORT CHIP SHORT CHIP SHORT CHIP SHORT CHIP SHORT CHIP SHORT CHIP SHORT CHIP SHORT CHIP SHORT CHIP SHORT CHIP SHORT CHIP SHORT CHIP SHORT CHIP SHORT CHIP SHORT CHIP SHORT CHIP SHORT CHIP SHORT CHIP SHORT CHIP SHORT CHIP SHORT CHIP SHORT CHIP SHORT CHIP SHORT CHIP SHORT CHIP 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

REMARK

<CONNECTOR> DY800 * 1-580-798-11 CONNECTOR PIN (DY) 6P

<FUSE> F600 ! 1-576-232-21 FUSE 5A 250V 5A

<FERRITE BEAD> FB001 FB603 FB608 FB800 FB2602 FH603 1-410-397-21 1-410-397-21 1-412-911-31 1-410-397-21 1-410-397-21 1-533-725-11 FERRITE FERRITE FERRITE FERRITE FERRITE FUSE HOLDER 1.1UH 1.1UH 0UH 1.1UH 1.1UH 0A 0V

<IC> IC001 IC002 IC003 IC200 IC601 IC602 IC603 IC604 IC605 IC606 IC607 IC801 IC802 IC804 6-703-512-01 6-704-532-01 8-759-678-07 6-703-474-01 6-704-263-01 6-703-479-01 6-703-478-01 8-759-231-53 6-705-063-01 8-759-445-59 8-759-832-05 6-703-708-01 6-701-937-01 6-703-470-01 IC TDA11020H/N1A000AK RPM7240-H5 CAT24WC16JI-TE1 IC AN17804A IC STR-F6267S LF1357 IC PQ09RD1SJ00H IC PQ018EF01SZH TA7805S IC SE135N-LF38 BA033T IC BA18BC0FP-E2 IC LM2903DT IC TJM4558CDT IC STV9302A

<JACK> J200 J909 1-770-786-22 1-779-205-11 JACK JACK, PIN 2P

<COIL> <CHIP CONDUCTOR> JR001 JR002 JR003 JR004 JR005 JR006 JR008 JR009 1-216-864-11 1-216-864-11 1-216-864-11 1-216-864-11 1-216-864-11 1-216-864-11 1-216-864-11 1-216-864-11 SHORT CHIP SHORT CHIP SHORT CHIP SHORT CHIP SHORT CHIP SHORT CHIP SHORT CHIP SHORT CHIP 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 L003 L004 L005 L006 L007 L008 L009 L010 L011 L012 1-414-856-11 1-414-187-11 1-414-856-11 1-414-856-11 1-414-856-11 1-414-856-11 1-414-856-11 1-469-525-91 1-469-525-91 1-412-058-11 INDUCTOR INDUCTOR INDUCTOR INDUCTOR INDUCTOR INDUCTOR INDUCTOR INDUCTOR INDUCTOR INDUCTOR 10UH 47UH 10UH 10UH 10UH 10UH 10UH 10UH 10UH 10UH

54

KV-14CT1B/14CT1U/14CT1E/14CT1K
RM-W100
The components identified by shading and mark ! are critical for safety. Replace only with part number specified.

A
REMARK 10UH 10UH 10UH 10UH 10UH 10UH 10UH 100UH 0.47UH 47UH REF NO. PART NO. Q807 Q808 Q814 Q903 Q908 Q909 Q910 Q911 Q912 Q913 Q8009 Q8010 8-729-010-05 8-729-053-33 8-729-010-25 8-729-010-05 8-729-424-67 8-729-424-67 8-729-010-25 8-729-010-25 8-729-421-22 8-729-421-22 8-729-200-17 8-729-140-50 DESCRIPTION MSB709-RT1 IRF614-037 MSD601-RT1 MSB709-RT1 UN2216 UN2216 MSD601-RT1 MSD601-RT1 UN2211 UN2211 2SA1091-O 2SC3209LK REMARK

REF NO. PART NO. L013 L031 L032 L033 L035 L036 L037 L100 L104 L106 L600 L601 L602 L800 L802 L803 L805 L900 L901 L902 L903 L904 L905 L906 L2601 1-469-525-91 1-469-525-91 1-469-525-91 1-469-525-91 1-469-525-91 1-469-525-91 1-469-525-91 1-414-857-11 1-410-989-11 1-414-187-11 1-412-533-21 1-412-533-21 1-412-529-11 1-424-795-11 1-406-679-11 1-414-493-41 1-408-947-00 1-469-525-91 1-412-001-31 1-414-187-11 1-410-993-42 1-410-993-42 1-410-993-42 1-410-993-42 1-412-525-31

DESCRIPTION INDUCTOR INDUCTOR INDUCTOR INDUCTOR INDUCTOR INDUCTOR INDUCTOR INDUCTOR INDUCTOR INDUCTOR

INDUCTOR 47UH INDUCTOR 47UH INDUCTOR 22UH COIL, HORIZONTAL LINEARITY INDUCTOR INDUCTOR INDUCTOR INDUCTOR INDUCTOR INDUCTOR INDUCTOR INDUCTOR INDUCTOR INDUCTOR INDUCTOR 22MH 4.7MH 2.2MH 10UH 3.9UH 47UH 1UH 1UH 1UH 1UH 10UH

<RESISTOR> R001 R002 R003 R004 R010 R011 R012 R014 R015 R018 R020 R023 R024 R025 R026 R029 R030 R038 R039 R041 R042 R044 R045 R046 R048 R051 R056 R058 R060 R061 R087 R088 R096 R097 R098 R099 R115 R116 R121 R122 R124 R125 R128 R130 R142 R150 R152 1-216-829-11 1-216-809-11 1-216-829-11 1-216-809-11 1-216-833-11 1-216-821-11 1-216-825-11 1-216-809-11 1-216-823-11 1-216-809-11 1-216-809-11 1-216-825-11 1-216-809-11 1-216-809-11 1-216-809-11 1-216-809-11 1-216-809-11 1-216-809-11 1-216-809-11 1-216-809-11 1-216-825-11 1-216-834-11 1-216-809-11 1-216-809-11 1-216-809-11 1-218-885-11 1-216-809-11 1-216-809-11 1-216-809-11 1-216-819-11 1-216-813-11 1-216-816-11 1-216-813-11 1-216-813-11 1-216-813-11 1-216-813-11 1-216-809-11 1-216-809-11 1-215-925-11 1-216-825-11 1-216-825-11 1-216-825-11 1-216-864-11 1-216-809-11 1-216-825-11 1-216-809-11 1-218-713-11 METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL OXIDE METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP SHORT CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP 4.7K 100 4.7K 100 10K 1K 2.2K 100 1.5K 100 100 2.2K 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 2.2K 12K 100 100 100 39K 100 100 100 680 220 390 220 220 220 220 100 100 22K 2.2K 2.2K 2.2K 0 100 2.2K 100 7.5K 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 0.5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 0.5% 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 3W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W

<PHOTO COUPLER> PH600 ! 6-600-187-01 PHOTO COUPLER PC123Y22JOOF

<IC LINK> PS602 ! PS603 ! PS604 PS605 ! PS2601 ! 1-533-597-41 1-533-597-41 1-533-597-41 1-533-597-41 1-533-597-41 IC LINK IC LINK IC LINK IC LINK IC LINK 5A 5A 5A 5A 5A 90V 90V 90V 90V 90V

<TRANSISTOR> Q001 Q006 Q007 Q008 Q013 Q016 Q105 Q106 Q200 Q201 Q202 Q206 Q601 Q605 Q608 Q609 Q803 Q804 Q805 Q806 8-729-421-22 8-729-424-67 8-729-424-67 8-729-010-25 8-729-010-25 8-729-421-22 8-729-424-67 8-729-424-67 8-729-421-22 8-729-010-05 8-729-010-05 8-729-421-22 8-729-010-25 6-550-572-01 8-729-010-25 8-729-010-25 8-729-140-50 8-729-200-17 6-550-410-01 8-729-010-25 UN2211 UN2216 UN2216 MSD601-RT1 MSD601-RT1 UN2211 UN2216 UN2216 UN2211 MSB709-RT1 MSB709-RT1 UN2211 MSD601-RT1 TRANSISTOR FN155 MSD601-RT1 MSD601-RT1 2SC3209LK 2SA1091-O TRANSISTOR 2SC5885 MSD601-RT1

55

KV-14CT1B/14CT1U/14CT1E/14CT1K
RM-W100
The components identified by shading and mark ! are critical for safety. Replace only with part number specified.

A
REF NO. PART NO. R154 R203 R204 R205 R207 R210 R212 R213 R214 R215 R216 R217 R218 R219 R220 R221 R235 R236 R239 R240 R241 R242 R300 R301 R303 R304 R307 R309 R310 R311 R312 R313 R314 R315 R317 R320 R322 R323 R324 R331 R336 R337 R338 R339 R340 R341 R355 R356 R360 R363 R364 R379 R380 R384 R385 R386 R392 R393 R394 R395 R400 1-216-864-11 1-216-823-11 1-216-833-11 1-218-867-11 1-216-827-11 1-216-837-11 1-216-864-11 1-216-835-11 1-216-835-11 1-216-833-11 1-216-833-11 1-249-411-11 1-216-295-91 1-249-411-11 1-216-864-11 1-216-821-11 1-249-401-11 1-216-833-11 1-216-809-11 1-216-864-11 1-216-825-11 1-216-825-11 1-216-809-11 1-216-861-11 1-216-861-11 1-216-855-11 1-216-855-11 1-216-857-11 1-216-821-11 1-216-841-11 1-216-857-11 1-216-847-11 1-218-867-11 1-218-867-11 1-216-827-11 1-218-863-11 1-218-863-11 1-216-809-11 1-216-825-11 1-216-809-11 1-216-829-11 1-216-817-11 1-216-829-11 1-216-809-11 1-216-833-11 1-216-809-11 1-218-871-11 1-216-864-11 1-216-864-11 1-216-864-11 1-216-821-11 1-216-843-11 1-216-809-11 1-216-809-11 1-216-809-11 1-216-809-11 1-216-833-11 1-216-809-11 1-216-829-11 1-216-845-11 1-260-288-11 DESCRIPTION SHORT CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP SHORT CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP CARBON SHORT CHIP CARBON SHORT CHIP METAL CHIP CARBON METAL CHIP METAL CHIP SHORT CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP SHORT CHIP SHORT CHIP SHORT CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP CARBON 0 1.5K 10K 6.8K 3.3K 22K 0 15K 15K 10K 10K 330 0 330 0 1K 47 10K 100 0 2.2K 2.2K 100 2.2M 2.2M 680K 680K 1M 1K 47K 1M 150K 6.8K 6.8K 3.3K 4.7K 4.7K 100 2.2K 100 4.7K 470 4.7K 100 10K 100 10K 0 0 0 1K 68K 100 100 100 100 10K 100 4.7K 100K 0.47 REMARK 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/4W R416 R420 R421 R423 R424 R602 R609 R612 R619 R620 R621 R624 R625 R627 R631 R634 R635 R636 R639 R645 R646 R647 R650 R655 R656 R658 R659 R667 R668 R820 R821 R822 R823 R824 R825 R826 R827 R828 R829 R830 R831 R833 R834 R835 R838 R839 R843 R844 R846 R847 R851 R852 R853 1-260-107-11 1-216-829-11 1-216-833-11 1-216-864-11 1-218-899-11 1-216-833-11 1-216-833-11 1-215-429-00 1-216-363-21 1-216-363-21 1-249-409-11 1-215-429-00 1-216-864-11 1-249-385-11 1-249-425-11 1-216-829-11 1-216-833-11 1-249-421-11 1-202-962-11 1-218-899-11 1-218-851-11 1-216-821-11 ! 1-240-917-91 1-216-809-11 1-249-381-11 1-245-480-21 1-245-482-21 1-216-821-11 1-216-839-11 1-216-825-11 1-216-837-11 1-249-418-11 1-245-468-21 1-216-839-11 1-243-608-71 1-247-891-00 1-216-317-71 1-243-608-71 1-243-606-71 1-260-332-51 1-216-829-11 1-260-125-11 1-245-468-21 1-260-125-11 1-216-838-11 1-216-864-11 1-216-864-11 1-218-867-11 1-216-825-11 1-216-833-11 1-216-821-11 1-218-871-11 1-218-859-11 REF NO. PART NO. R401 R405 R406 R411 R412 R413 R414 1-260-288-11 1-260-288-11 1-260-127-11 1-214-909-00 1-214-773-00 1-215-457-00 1-260-336-11

DESCRIPTION CARBON CARBON CARBON METAL METAL METAL CARBON CARBON METAL CHIP METAL CHIP SHORT CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL METAL OXIDE METAL OXIDE CARBON METAL SHORT CHIP CARBON CARBON METAL CHIP METAL CHIP CARBON CEMENTED METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL METAL CHIP CARBON METAL METAL METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP CARBON METAL METAL CHIP METAL OXIDE CARBON METAL OXIDE METAL OXIDE METAL OXIDE CARBON METAL CHIP CARBON METAL CARBON METAL CHIP SHORT CHIP SHORT CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP 0.47 0.47 220K 68K 68K 33K 4.7K 4.7K 4.7K 10K 0 150K 10K 10K 2.2K 0.33 0.33 220 2.2K 0 2.2 4.7K 4.7K 10K 2.2K 3.3 150K 1.5K 1K 8.2M 100 1 560K 680K 1K 33K 2.2K 22K 1.2K 180K 33K 1.5K 330K 1.5 1.5K 1K 2.2K 4.7K 150K 180K 150K 27K 0 0 6.8K 2.2K 10K 1K 10K 3.3K

REMARK 5% 5% 5% 1% 1% 1% 5% 5% 5% 5% 0.5% 5% 5% 1% 5% 5% 5% 1% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 0.5% 0.5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 1% 1% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 1% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 1% 5% 5% 1/2W 1/2W 1/2W 1/2W 1/4W 1/4W 1/2W 1/2W 1/10W 1/10W 1/16W 1/10W 1/10W 1/4W 2W 2W 1/4W 1/4W 1/4W 1/4W 1/10W 1/10W 1/4W 10W 1/16W 1/10W 1/10W 1W 1/10W 1/4W 1/4W 1/4W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/4W 1/4W 1/10W 3W 1/4W 2W 3W 3W 1/2W 1/10W 1/2W 1/4W 1/2W 1/10W

5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 0.5% 0.5% 5% 0.5% 0.5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 0.5%

1/4W 1/10W 1/4W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W

5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5%

1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/2W

5% 5% 5% 5% 0.5% 0.5%

1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W

56

KV-14CT1B/14CT1U/14CT1E/14CT1K
RM-W100
The components identified by shading and mark ! are critical for safety. Replace only with part number specified.

A
REMARK 18K 0 10K 33K 2.2K 5.6K 1K 100K 10 1 2.2K 220 0 47K 10K 100K 1 220K 220K 6.8K 2.2K 2.2K 22K 47K 100 68 2.2 6.8K 2.2K 39K 39K 47 220K 220K 75 100 100 100 75 75 75 220K 10K 33K 10K 68 1K 470K 1K 75 470K 470 470K 1 10K 6.8K 120K 47K 47K 100K 100 100 0.5% 1/10W REF NO. PART NO. R9023 R9025 R9027 R9034 R9035 R9036 R9037 R9039 R9040 R9041 R9042 R9043 R9044 R9045 R9046 R9047 R9051 R9052 R9053 R9057 R9062 1-216-809-11 1-216-809-11 1-216-838-11 1-216-809-11 1-216-809-11 1-216-864-11 1-216-809-11 1-216-864-11 1-216-857-11 1-216-857-11 1-216-827-11 1-216-821-11 1-216-817-11 1-216-809-11 1-216-825-11 1-216-833-11 1-216-864-11 1-216-864-11 1-218-285-11 1-216-809-11 1-249-417-11 DESCRIPTION METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP SHORT CHIP METAL CHIP SHORT CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP SHORT CHIP SHORT CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP CARBON 100 100 27K 100 100 0 100 0 1M 1M 3.3K 1K 470 100 2.2K 10K 0 0 75 100 1K REMARK 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 0.5% 0.5% 5% 0.5% 5% 0.5% 5% 5% 0.5% 5% 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/4W 1/4W 1/10W 1W

REF NO. PART NO. R854 R855 R856 R859 R861 R864 R865 R866 R868 R869 R870 R871 R872 R873 R876 R877 R878 R879 R880 R881 R882 R883 R887 R888 R889 R890 R891 R893 R895 R907 R908 R918 R920 R921 R922 R925 R926 R927 R928 R929 R930 R940 R945 R947 R949 R951 R952 R953 R954 R957 R967 R993 R1201 R2646 R2647 R8009 R8010 R8011 R8012 R8013 R9013 R9021 1-218-877-11 1-216-864-11 1-218-871-11 1-218-883-11 1-216-825-11 1-218-865-11 1-216-821-11 1-218-895-11 1-249-393-11 1-249-381-11 1-218-855-11 1-243-692-71 1-216-864-11 1-216-841-11 1-216-833-11 1-218-895-11 1-216-349-00 1-245-470-21 1-245-470-21 1-218-867-11 1-216-825-11 1-249-421-11 1-216-837-11 1-218-887-11 1-243-531-71 1-215-910-00 1-249-385-11 1-218-867-11 1-218-855-11 1-216-840-11 1-216-840-11 1-216-805-11 1-216-849-11 1-216-849-11 1-218-285-11 1-216-809-11 1-216-809-11 1-216-809-11 1-218-285-11 1-218-285-11 1-218-285-11 1-216-849-11 1-216-833-11 1-216-839-11 1-216-833-11 1-216-021-00 1-216-821-11 1-216-853-11 1-216-821-11 1-218-285-11 1-216-853-11 1-216-817-11 1-216-853-11 1-249-381-11 1-249-429-11 1-218-867-11 1-245-464-21 1-216-841-11 1-216-841-11 1-245-462-21 1-216-809-11 1-216-809-11

DESCRIPTION METAL CHIP SHORT CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP CARBON CARBON METAL CHIP METAL OXIDE SHORT CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL OXIDE METAL METAL METAL CHIP METAL CHIP CARBON METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL OXIDE METAL OXIDE CARBON METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP RES-CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP CARBON CARBON METAL CHIP METAL METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL METAL CHIP METAL CHIP

5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5%

1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W

5% 5% 0.5% 5% 1% 1% 0.5% 5% 5% 5% 0.5% 5% 5% 5% 0.5% 0.5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 1% 5% 5% 1% 5% 5%

1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1W 1/4W 1/4W 1/10W 1/10W 1/4W 1/10W 1/10W 3W 3W 1/4W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/4W 1/4W 1/10W 1/4W 1/10W 1/10W 1/4W 1/10W 1/10W

5% 5% 5%

1/10W 1/10W 1/4W

<RELAY> RY600 ! 1-755-198-12 RELAY, AC POWER

<SWITCH> S600 S800 ! 1-571-433-31 1-572-707-11 SWITCH, PUSH (AC POWER) SWITCH, LEVER

SWF100 SWF101

1-579-273-11 1-767-873-11

FILTER, SURFACE WAVE FILTER, SURFACE WAVE

<TRANSFORMER> T600 T602 T603 T800 T802 ! 1-456-354-11 ! 1-439-692-11 ! 1-456-354-11 1-435-374-11 ! 1-453-309-21 LINE FILTER COIL CONVERTER TRANSFORMER (SRT) LINE FILTER COIL TRANSFORMER, FERRITE (HDT) TRANSFORMER ASSY FLY BACK (NX-4450//M3A4)

<THERMISTOR> THP600! 1-804-530-11 THERMISTOR, POSITIVE

<TEST PIN> TP02 TP03 TP04 TP601 1-536-354-00 1-536-354-00 1-536-354-00 1-536-354-00 POST PIN POST PIN POST PIN POST PIN

<VARISTOR> VDR600 1-804-995-11 VARISTOR

<CRYSTAL> X001 1-795-839-21 QUARTZ CRYSTAL UNIT

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KV-14CT1B/14CT1U/14CT1E/14CT1K
RM-W100
The components identified by shading and mark ! are critical for safety. Replace only with part number specified.

A C
REF NO. PART NO. DESCRIPTION REMARK REF NO. PART NO.

DESCRIPTION <COIL>

REMARK

VARIANT PARTS LIST


<SWITCH> SWF102 1-767-083-11 FILTER, SURFACE WAVE (KV-14CT1B) R713 R752 R753 R754 R756 R757 R758 R763 R764 R765 R773 R774 R780 R781 R783 20.00% 250V 2KV 20.00% 250V 20.00% 250V 10.00% 50V R794 R795 1-216-864-11 1-216-819-11 1-216-819-11 1-216-819-11 1-219-746-11 1-219-746-11 1-219-746-11 1-260-087-11 1-260-087-11 1-260-087-11 1-260-132-11 1-215-912-11 1-260-131-11 1-243-949-71 1-260-087-11 1-249-377-11 1-260-352-11 L780 1-410-667-31

INDUCTOR

22UH

<RESISTOR> SHORT CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL CHIP METAL METAL METAL CARBON CARBON CARBON CARBON METAL OXIDE CARBON METAL OXIDE CARBON CARBON CARBON 0 680 680 680 1K 1K 1K 100 100 100 560K 150 470K 0.47 100 0.47 100K

<TUNER> TU101 TU101 8-598-623-00 8-598-624-00 TUNER, FSS BTP-AC421 (KV-14CT1B/1E/1K) TUNER, FSS BTP-AU621 (KV-14CT1U)

5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5%

1/10W 1/10W 1/10W 1/2W 1/2W 1/2W 1/2W 1/2W 1/2W 1/2W 3W 1/2W 2W 1/2W 1/4W 1/2W

************************************************************************************************* * A-1405-473-A MOUNTED PWB, C ***************** 4-382-854-01 SCREW (M3X8), P, SW (+) <CAPACITOR> C751 C752 C754 C781 C782 C783 C786 C787 1-107-961-91 1-115-350-51 1-107-651-11 1-107-960-11 1-102-074-00 1-162-964-11 1-162-964-11 1-164-645-11 ELECT CERAMIC ELECT ELECT CERAMIC CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC 10UF 0.0047UF 4.7UF 4.7UF 0.001UF

<VARIABLE RESISTOR> RV750 1-241-656-11 RES, ADJ, METAL FILM 110M

0.001UF 10.00% 50V 0.001UF 10.00% 50V 1000PF 10.00% 500V

************************************************************************************************* <CONNECTOR> CN701 * 1-564-510-11 CN703 * 1-564-508-11 CN704 1-695-915-11 CN705 1-695-915-11 PLUG, CONNECTOR 7P PLUG, CONNECTOR 5P TAB (CONTACT) TAB (CONTACT) ACCESSORIES AND PACKING MATERIALS *************************************** 1-501-615-32 1-501-939-12 * 4-093-050-01 * 4-093-051-01 * 4-093-115-01 * 4-206-555-01 4-093-927-12 4-093-927-72 4-093-927-22 * 4-093-927-32 4-093-927-42 4-093-927-62 4-093-927-52 ANTENNA, LOOP (KV-14CT1U) ANTENNA, TELESCOPIC (KV-14CT1B/1E/1K) CUSHION (PULP), UPPER CUSHION (PULP), LOWER INDIVIDUAL CARTON BAG, PROTECTION MANUAL, INSTRUCTION (KV-14CT1B) MANUAL, INSTRUCTION (KV-14CT1B) MANUAL, INSTRUCTION (KV-14CT1E) MANUAL, INSTRUCTION (KV-14CT1E) MANUAL, INSTRUCTION (KV-14CT1E) MANUAL, INSTRUCTION (KV-14CT1K) MANUAL, INSTRUCTION (KV-14CT1U)

<DIODE> D750 D754 D755 D756 D780 D781 D782 8-719-908-03 8-719-970-83 8-719-970-83 8-719-970-83 8-719-991-33 8-719-991-33 8-719-069-55 GP08D HSS82-TJ HSS82-TJ HSS82-TJ 1SS133T-77 1SS133T-77 DIODE UDZSTE-175.6B

<IC> IC751 6-703-482-01 IC TDA6108AJF/N1 ************************************************************************************************* REMOTE COMMANDER ********************** 1-477-861-11 STANDARDTYPE COMMANDER RM-W100

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9-872-366-01
Sony Technology Malaysia Sdn. Bhd. Visual Products
2003.8
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FD Trinitron Colour Television


Manual de Instrucciones Manual de Instrues Brugervejledning Kyttohjeet Bruksanvisning Instruktionsbok
ES PT DK FI NO SE

KV-21CT1E KV-14CT1E
2003 Sony Corporation

Introduccin
Gracias por elegir este televisor en color Sony de Pantalla Plana FD Trinitron. Antes de utilizar el televisor, lea este manual atentamente y consrvelo para futuras referencias. Smbolos utilizados en este manual: Informacin importante. Informacin sobre la funcin. Los botones sombreados del mando a distancia, muestran los botones que ha de pulsar para ejecutar las diferentes instrucciones. Informacin sobre el resultado de las instrucciones.

1,2...Secuencia de las instrucciones a seguir.

Indice
Introduccin ............................................................................................................................................ 3 Normas de seguridad..............................................................................................................................4

Descripcin general
Descripcin general de los botones del mando a distancia ...............................................................5 Descripcin general de los botones del televisor ...............................................................................6

Instalacin
Instalacin de las pilas en el mando a distancia..................................................................................6 Conexin de una antena porttil (slo para KV-14CT1E) ................................................................7 Conexin de una antena exterior y del vdeo .....................................................................................7

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Primera puesta en marcha


Encendido y Sintonizacin automtica del TV .................................................................................. 8

Sistema de mens en pantalla


Introduccin y manejo del sistema de mens .................................................................................. 10 Imagen .............................................................................................................................................. 10 Sonido ............................................................................................................................................... 11 Temporizador .................................................................................................................................. 12 Ajuste de canales............................................................................................................................. 13 Configuracon.................................................................................................................................. 15

Teletexto ........................................................................................................................................... 16 Informacin complementaria


Conexin de equipos opcionales ........................................................................................................ 17 Manejo de los equipos opcionales...................................................................................................... 17 Especificaciones .................................................................................................................................... 18 Solucin de problemas......................................................................................................................... 19

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Normas de Seguridad

Este aparato slo debe utilizarse con fuentes de alimentacin de 220-240 V CA. No enchufe demasiados aparatos en el mismo enchufe ya que podra causar descargas elctricas o incendio.

Por razones medioambientales y de seguridad, se recomienda no dejar el aparato en modo de desconexin temporal cuando no se utilice. Apguelo pulsando el interruptor principal y desenchufndolo cuando vaya a estar ausente.

Nunca introduzca objetos ni derrame ningn tipo de lquido dentro del aparato ya que podra provocar descargas elctricas o incendio. En caso de que algn objeto o lquido caiga dentro del aparato, no utilice el televisor. Avise de inmediato al servicio tcnico.

No abra la tapa posterior del aparato. En caso necesario, acuda al servicio tcnico.

Para su propia seguridad, durante una tormenta, no toque ninguna parte del aparato; especialmente el cable de alimentacin y el de la antena.

Para evitar riesgo de incendio o descargas elctricas, no exponga el aparato a la lluvia ni a la humedad.

No obstruya ni cubra las ranuras de ventilacin del aparato. Para que haya una ventilacin correcta, deje un espacio de al menos 10 cm alrededor del aparato.

Nunca instale el aparato en lugares excesivamente calientes, hmedos o polvorientos. No instale el aparato en lugares donde pueda sufrir vibraciones mecnicas.

Para evitar riesgo de incendio, mantenga lejos del aparato los objetos inflamables, velas, y todo aquello que pudiera causar incendio.

Limpie la pantalla y el mueble del televisor con un pao suave y ligeramente humedecido. No utilice estropajos, limpiadores abrasivos, alcalinos, ningn tipo de disolvente, como alcohol o bencina ni sprays antiestticos. Como medida de seguridad, desenchufe el televisor antes de limpiarlo.

Desenchufe el aparato tirando directamente de la clavija. Nunca tire del cable.

No coloque objetos pesados sobre el cable de alimentacin ya que podra daarlo. Le recomendamos que enrolle la parte sobrante del cable de alimentacin en el enrollacables situado en la parte posterior del aparato.

Coloque el aparato sobre un estante o mueble lo suficientemente fuerte, grande y estable para sostenerlo. No permita que los nios salten sobre l. No lo coloque de lado o boca arriba.

Si ha de mover el aparato, desenchfelo antes de hacerlo. Al transportarlo, tenga cuidado con las superficies desiguales, escalones, etc. Si se le cae el aparato o sufre algn golpe, avise inmediatamente al servicio tcnico.

No cubra las ranuras de ventilacin con ningn objeto como cortinas, peridicos, etc.

Normas de seguridad

Descripcin general de los botones del mando a distancia


Mostrar informacin en pantalla Plselo para mostrar todas las indicaciones en pantalla. Vuelva a pulsarlo para cancelar. Eliminacin del sonido Plselo para eliminar el sonido. Vuelva a pulsarlo para recuperarlo. Seleccin de la fuente de entrada Plselo repetidamente hasta que el smbolo de la fuente de entrada deseada aparezca en la pantalla. Este botn slo funciona en modo deteletexto. La funcin A/B asociada a este botn, no funciona en este televisor. Seleccin de canales Plselos para seleccionar canales. Para nmeros de programa de dos dgitos, pulse el segundo dgito en un tiempo inferior a 3 segundos. o Pulse -/-- y a continuacin, el primer y el segundo dgito. Si se equivoca al introducir el primer dgito, contine introduciendo el segundo dgito (del 0 al 9) y, seguidamente, repita de nuevo la operacin. Conexin automtica Configure el televisor para que se conecte automticamente. Desconexin automtica Configure el televisor para que se desconecte automticamente Botn sin funcin en este aparato. Ajuste del volumen Plselo para ajustar el volumen del televisor. Este botn slo funciona en modo deteletexto. La funcin 9 asociada a este botn, no funciona en este televisor. Seleccin del modo de imagen Plselo repetidamente para cambiar el modo de imagen. Apagar temporalmente el televisor Plselo para apagar temporalmente el televisor (el indicador de modo de espera 1 se iluminar). Vuelva a pulsarlo para encender el televisor desde el modo de desconexin temporal (standby). Para ahorrar energa, se recomienda apagar por completo el televisor cuando no lo utilice. Si durante 15 minutos no hay seal de televisin ni se pulsa ningn botn, el televisor pasar automticamente al modo de desconexin temporal A/B (standby). Seleccin del modo TV Plselo para desactivar el 3 1 2 teletexto o la entrada de vdeo. Vuelta al ltimo canal 6 4 5 seleccionado Plselo para volver a ver el 9 7 8 ltimo canal seleccionado (el canal anterior debe haber sido visionado previamente 0 durante al menos 5 segundos). PROG Seleccin de canales Plselo para seleccionar el canal siguiente o anterior. Activacin del sistema de mens MENU Plselo para ver el men en pantalla. Vuelva a pulsarlo para desactivarlo y ver la pantalla normal de televisin. Botones para la seleccin del men Subir un nivel Bajar un nivel Ir al men o seleccin anterior Ir al men o seleccin TV siguiente Confirmar la seleccin Seleccin de Teletexto Plselo para visualizar el teletexto. Seleccin del formato de la pantalla Plselo repetidamente para cambiar el formato de la pantalla: 4:3 para imagen convencional o 16:9 para imitacin de pantalla amplia.

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Adems de las funciones de televisin, todos los botones con color se utilizan tambin para las operaciones de teletexto. Para ms informacin, consulte el captulo sobre Teletexto de este manual de instrucciones (ver pgina 16).
Descripcin general

Descripcin general de los botones del televisor

Activacin Botn de del sistema seleccin de la fuente de de mens entrada

Botones de Botones de seleccin control del de programas volumen siguiente o anterior (seleccionan emisoras de televisin)

Levante la solapa de la puerta con la marca para mostrar el panel de control.

Indicador de modo de desconexin temporal (standby)

Toma de Interruptor de entrada de vdeo encendido/ apagado

Toma de entrada de audio

Toma de auriculares

Instalacin de las pilas en el mando a distancia


Asegrese de colocar las pilas suministradas con las polaridades en la posicin correcta. Sea respetuoso con el medio ambiente y deposite las pilas usadas en el contenedor especfico para ello.

Descripcin general - Instalacin

Conexin de una antena porttil


(slo para KV-14CT1E)
Para obtener una mejor recepcin de imagen, le recomendamos que conecte el televisor a una antena exterior. No obstante, si no dispone de antena exterior pero la seal local de VHF/UHF es lo suficientemente fuerte, puede conectar la antena telescpica suministrada con este televisor tal y como se indica a continuacin:

1 inserte la antena en la ranura situada en la parte superior del televisor


hasta que sta haga clic.

2 Conecte el cable de la antena al terminal situado en la parte posterior


del televisor.

3 Encienda el televisor y oriente la antena para obtener una buena


recepcin de imagen.

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Conexin de la antena y del vdeo


Los cables de conexin no se suministran.

vdeo
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La conexin a travs del Eurocouector es opcional Para ms detalles sobre la conexin del vdeo, consulte el captulo Conexin de equipos opcionales de este manual de instruccones (ver pgina 17).

Instalacin

Encendido y Sintonizacin automtica del TV


La primera vez que encienda el televisor, aparecer en la pantalla una secuencia de mens a travs de los cuales podr: 1) seleccionar el idioma de los mens, 2) seleccionar el pas donde desea utilizar el aparato, 3) buscar y almacenar automticamente todos los canales disponibles (emisoras de televisin) 4) cambiar el orden en que los canales (emisoras de televisin) aparecen en pantalla y 5) ajustar la inclinacin de la imagen (slo para KV-21CT1E). No obstante, si ms adelante necesita modificar alguno de estos ajustes, puede hacerlo seleccionando la opcin apropiada en (men de Configuracin) o (men Ajuste de chanales).

1 Conecte el enchufe del televisor a la toma de corriente (220-240V


CA, 50Hz). Pulse el interruptor de encendido/apagado ! de la parte frontal del televisor para encenderlo. La primera vez que encenda el televisor, el men Language (Idioma) aparecer automticamente en la pantalla.

2 Pulse el botn 2 +/ del panel de control superior para


seleccionar el idioma y, a continuacin, pulse el botn t para confirmar la seleccin. A partir de ahora, todos los mens aparecern en el idioma seleccionado.

Language Svenska Norsk English Nederlands Franais Select language Select [ 2+] Confirm [t]

3 En la pantalla aparecer automticamente el men Pas. Pulse el


botn 2 +/ para seleccionar el pas donde desea utilizar el televisor y, a continuacin, pulse el botn t para confirmar la seleccin. Si en la lista no aparece el pas donde va a utilizar el televisor, seleccione - en lugar de un pas.

Pas Sverige Norge _ Italia Schweiz/Suisse/Svizzera Seleccione pas


Sel. [2+] Confirmar [t]

4 Asegrese de que la antena est conectada conforme a las


indicaciones y pulse el botn t para confirmarlo. El televisor empieza a sintonizar y memorizar automticamente todos los canales (emisoras de televisin) disponibles. Este proceso puede durar unos minutos. Tenga paciencia y no pulse ningn botn mientras dure el proceso de sintonizacin o de lo contrario, elproceso no se completara. Si el televisor no ha encontrado ningn canal (emisora de televisin) tras efectuar la sintonizacin automtica, en la pantalla aparecer un mensaje pidindole que conecte la antena. Por favor conctela tal y como se indica en la pg. 7 de este manual y pulse t. El proceso de sintonizacin automtica se reanudar de nuevo.

Ajuste inicial Por favor, primero conecte la antena Desea iniciar la sintona automtica? S No
Sel. [2+] Confirmar [t] Fin [MENU]

Sintonia Automtica No se encuentra el canal Por favor conecte la antena


OK
Confirmar [t] Fin [MENU]

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5 Una vez que el televisor ha sintonizado y memorizado todos los


canales (emisoras de televisin), en pantalla aparece automticamente el men Ordenacin de Programas para que pueda cambiar el orden en que los canales aparecen en la pantalla.

a) Si no desea cambiar el orden de los canales, pulse MENU. b) Si desea cambiar el orden de los canales:
1 Pulse el botn 2 +/ para seleccionar el nmero de programa con el canal (emisora de televisin) que desea cambiar de posicin y, a continuacin, pulse t. 2 Pulse 2 +/ para seleccionar el nuevo nmero de programa en el que desea memorizar el canal (emisora de televisin) seleccionado y, a continuacin, pulse t. 3 Repita los pasos b)1 y b)2 si desea reordenar otros canales de televisin.

Ordenacin de Programas Programa: 01 TVE 02 TVE2 03 TV3 04 C33 Seleccione canal


Sel. [2+] Confirmar [t] Salir [MENU]

Ordenacin de Programas Programa: 01 TVE 02 TVE2 03 TV3 04 C33 03 Sel. nueva posicin
Sel. [2+]

TV3

Confirmar [t] Salir [MENU]

La opcin siguiente slo est disponible para el modelo KV-21CT1E. Debido al magnetismo terrestre, es posible que la imagen aparezca inclinada. El men Rotacin Imagen le permite reajustar la imagen en caso necesario.
Rotacin Imagen
[ 2]
Sel. [2+]

[2+]
Fin [MENU]

Confirmar [t]

a) Si no es necesario, pulse t. b) Si es necesario, pulse 2 +/ para corregir la inclinacin de la


imagen y, por ltimo, pulse t para almacenarla. Para hacer que el men aparezca de nuevo, mantenga pulsado durante unos 5 segundos el botn MENU del panel de control superior. Los botones MENU, y / / / del mando a distancia tambin se pueden utilizar para las operaciones mencionadas arriba. El televisor est listo para funcionar.

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Primera puesta en marcha

Introduccin y manejo del sistema de mens


Este televisor utiliza un sistema de mens en pantalla para guiarle en las diferentes operaciones. Utilice los siguientes botones del mando a distancia para desplazarse a travs de los mens:

1 Pulse el botn MENU para mostrar el primer nivel de men en pantalla.

2 Para resaltar el men u opcin deseados, pulse

o . Para entrar en el men u opcin seleccionados, pulse . Para volver al men u opcin anterior, pulse . Para modificar los ajustes de la opcin seleccionada, pulse Para confirmar y memorizar su seleccin, pulse .

3 Pulse el botn MENU para volver a la pantalla normal de televisin.

Imagen
Imagen Modo: Directo Ajuste de la Imagen Imagen inteligente: S Imagen Modo: Directo Ajuste de la Imagen Imagen inteligente: S

El men de Imagen le permite modificar los ajustes de la imagen. Para ello: Tras seleccionar la opcin que desea modificar, pulse , A continuacin, pulse repetidamente / / o para modificar el ajuste y finalmente pulse para memorizarlo. Este men tambin le permite modificar el modo de imagen segn el tipo de programa que est viendo:

Sel.

Confirmar

Fin

Sel.

Confirmar

Fin

Modo

Directo (para realzar el contraste y la nitidez de la imagen). Pelculas (para una imagen detallada con precisin). Juegos (para juegos electnicos). Personal (para ajustar sus preferencias). Contraste Brillo Color Pulse Pulse Pulse Pulse Pulse Pulse o o o o o o para reducir el contraste de la imagen. para reazar el contraste de la imagen. para oscurecer la imagen. para incrementar el brillo de la imagen. para disminuir la intensidad del color. para aumentar la intensidad del color.

Ajuste de la Imagen

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Tonalidad

Pulse Pulse

o o

para aminorar los tonos verdes. para incrementar los tonos verdes.

Tonalidad no se puede ajustar para la seal de color NTSC (p.ej. vdeos de los EE.UU.). Nitidez Preestablecido Imagen inteligente S/No Pulse Pulse o o para atenuar la imagen. para avivar la imagen.

Seleccione para restablecer la imagen a los niveles prefijados en fbrica. Seleccionar para optimizar la calidad de la imagen. P. ej., para reducir el nivel de ruido cuando la seal es dbil.

Si se realizan modificaciones en Ajuste de la Imagen, Modo se ajustar automticamente en Personal y el nuevo valor se almacenar en dicho ajuste.

Sonido
Sonido Auto Volumen: No
Sonido Auto Volumen: No

El men Sonido le permite cambiar los ajustes de sonido.

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Sel. Confirmar Fin
Sel. Confirmar Fin

Auto Volumen

S/No El nivel de volumen de los canales (emisoras de televisin) debe permanecer estable, independientemente de la seal emitida (p.ej., en el caso de anuncios publicitarios).

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Temporizador
Temporizador Desconex. Aut.: Conexin Aut.: No No

Temporizador Desconex. Aut.: Conexin Aut.:

No No

El men Temporizador le permite modificar los ajustes del temporizador.

Sel.

Confirmar

Fin

Sel.

Confirmar

Fin

Desconexin Automtica

La opcin de Desconex. Aut. dentro del men Temporizador, le permite seleccionar un periodo de tiempo tras el cual el televisor entrar automticamente en la modalidad de desconexin temporal (standby). Para ello: Tras seleccionar la opcin, pulse . A continuacin pulse para seleccionar el intervalo de tiempo (mximo 1 hora 30 minutos) y finalmente pulse para memorizarlo. o

Si desea ver el tiempo restante hasta la desconexin mientras ve la televisin, pulse el botn . Un minuto antes de que el televisor entre en modo de desconexin temporal, aparecer automticamente el mensaje 1 minuto para apagarse en la pantalla del televisor. Conexin Automtica La opcin de Conexin Aut. dentro del men Temporizador, le permite seleccionar un periodo de tiempo tras el cual el televisor se conectar automticamente desde la modalidad de desconexin temporal (standby). Para ello: Tras seleccionar la opcin, pulse . A continuacin pulse o para seleccionar el intervalo de tiempo (mximo 12 horas) y pulse para memorizarlo. Finalmente pulse el botn &/1 de desconexin temporal (standby) del mando a distancia, y tras el intervalo de tiempo fijado, el televisor se encender automticamente. Una vez seleccionado el tiempo, el televisor se enciende automticamente y en la pantalla aparece la indicacin Conexin Aut.. El indicador de modo de desconexin temporal (standby) 1 del televisor se iluminar en mbar para indicar que Conexin Aut. est activado. Cualquier fallo o interrupcin en el fluido elctrico, anular esta funcin. Si despus de que el televisor se haya encendido con el ajuste "Conexin Aut." no pulsa ningn botn durante ms de una hora, el televisor entrar automticamente en el modo de espera.

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Sistema de mens en pantalla

Ajuste de canales
Ajuste de canales Sintona Automtica Ordenacin de Programas Etiquetado de Programas Sintona Manual Ajuste de canales Sintona Automtica Ordenacin de Programas Etiquetado de Programas Sintona Manual

El men "Ajuste de canales" permite memorizar los canales de este televisor.

Sel.

Confirmar

Fin

Sel.

Confirmar

Fin

Sintona Automtica

La opcin de Sintona Automtica dentro del men Ajuste de canales, le permite que el televisor busque y almacene todos los canales (emisoras de televisin) disponibles. Para ello: Tras seleccionar la opcin, pulse y, a continuacin, proceda tal y como se indica en el captulo Encendido y Sintonizacin automtica del TV, pasos 4 (ver pgina 8). La opcin de Ordenacin de Programas dentro del men Ajuste de canales, le permite cambiar el orden en que los canales (emisoras de televisin) aparecen en el televisor. Para ello: Tras seleccionar la opcin, pulse y, a continuacin, proceda tal y como se indica en el captulo Encendido y Sintonizacin automtica del TV, paso 5b) (ver pgina 9).

Ordenacin de Programas

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Etiquetado de Programas

La opcin Etiquetado de Programas dentro del men Ajuste de canales, le permite asignar un nombre, de cinco caracteres como mximo, a un canal. Para ello: o para 1 Tras seleccionar la opcin, pulse . Pulse seleccionar el nmero de programa que desea etiquetar, a continuacin, pulse . 2 Pulse . Con el primer elemento de la columna Nombre resaltado, pulse o para seleccionar una letra , un nmero para o _ para un espacio en blanco y a continuacin, pulse confirmar ese carcter. Seleccione los otros cuatro caracteres de la misma forma. Finalmente pulse para memorizarlo. contina...

Sistema de mens en pantalla

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Sintona Manual

La opcin de Sintona Manual dentro del men Ajuste de canales, le permite: a) Sintonizar uno a uno y en el orden de programa que desee, los canales (emisoras de televisin) o una entrada de vdeo. Para ello: 1 Tras seleccionar la opcin de Sintona Manual, pulse . Con la opcin Programa resaltada, pulse y, a continuacin, pulse o para seleccionar el nmero de programa (posicin) en el que desea sintonizar una emisora de televisin o el canal de vdeo (para el canal de vdeo recomendamos que seleccione el nmero de programa 0). Pulse . La siguien8te opcin slo aparecer dependiendo del pas que haya seleccionado en el men Idioma/Pas. 2 Tras seleccionar la opcin Sistema, pulse . A continuacin, pulse o para seleccionar el sistema de televisin (B/G para los pases de Europa occidental o D/K para los de Europa oriental). Pulse . y, a continuacin, Tras seleccionar la opcin Canal, pulse pulse o para seleccionar el tipo de canal (C para canales terrestres o S para canales por cable). Pulse . A continuacin, pulse los botones numricos para introducir directamente el nmero del canal de la emisora de televisin o el de la seal del canal de vdeo. Si no sabe el nmero del canal, pulse o para buscarlo. Cuando encuentre el canal que desea memorizar pulse dos veces. Repita todos estos pasos para sintonizar y memorizar ms canales. b) An cuando la sintonizacin fina automtica (AFT) est siempre activada, tambin puede ajustarla de forma manual para obtener una mejor recepcin de la imagen en caso de que sta aparezca distorsionada. Para ello: Mientras est viendo el canal (emisora de televisin) en el que deseerealizar la sintonizacin fina, seleccione la opcin AFT y, o para ajustar el nivel de a continuacin, pulse . Pulse frecuencia del canal entre 15 y +15. Finalmente, pulse dos veces para memorizarlo. c) Omitir los nmeros de programa que no desee para saltrselos al seleccionarlos con los botones PROG +/. Para ello: Resaltando la opcin Programa, pulse PROG + o hasta que aparezca el nmero de programa que desea omitir. Cuando ste aparezca en la pantalla, seleccione la opcin Omitir y, a o para seleccionar S y continuacin, pulse . Pulse finalmente, pulse dos veces para memorizarlo. Si ms adelante desea anular esta funcin, seleccione de nuevo No en lugar de S.

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Configuracon
Configuracin Idioma/Pas Rotacin Imagen Centrado RGB: 0 Configuracin Idioma/Pas Rotacin Imagen Centrado RGB: 0

El menu Configuracon le permite modificar algunas de las configuraciones de este televisor.

Sel.

Confirmar

Fin

Sel.

Confirmar

Fin

Idioma/Pas

La opcin de Idioma/Pas dentro del men Configuracin, le permite seleccionar el idioma en que desea que aparezcan los mens en la pantalla. Tambin le permite seleccionar el pas donde desea utilizar el televisor. Para ello: Tras seleccionar la opcin, pulse y, a continuacin, proceda tal y como se indica en el captulo Encendido y Sintonizacin automtica del TV, pasos 2 y 3 (ver pgina 8).

Rotacin Imagen Debido al magnetismo terrestre, es posible que la imagen aparezca (slo para inclinada. En este caso, puede reajustarla utilizando la opcin de KV-21CT1E) Rotacin Imagen dentro del men Configuracin. Para ello: Tras seleccionar la opcin, pulse . Pulse o ( o ) para corregir la inclinacin de la imagen y, por ltimo, pulse para almacenarla. Centrado RGB Al conectar una fuente de seales RGB, como una PlayStation, puede que sea necesario ajustar el centrado horizontal de la imagen. En este caso, puede ajustarla utilizando la opcin de Centrado RGB dentro del men Configuracin. Para ello: Mientras est viendo una seal de entrada RGB seleccione la opcin o para Centrado RGB, y pulse . A continuacin pulse ajustar el centrado de la imagen entre 10 y +10. Finalmente, pulse para memorizarlo.

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Sistema de mens en pantalla

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Teletexto
Teletexto es un servicio de informacin que transmiten la mayora de las emisoras de televisin. La pgina de ndice del servicio de teletexto (pgina 100 por lo general) proporciona informacin sobre cmo utilizar este servicio. Para operar dentro del teletexto, utilice los botones del mando a distancia tal y como se indica en esta pgina. Asegrese de utilizar un canal de televisin con una seal fuerte, pues de lo contrario, podran producirse errores de teletexto. Entrar en el servicio de Teletexto: Tras seleccionar el canal (emisora de televisin) que transmita el servicio de teletexto que desee ver, pulse .

TELETEXT
Index Programme News Sport Weather 25 153

101 Seleccionar una pgina de Teletexto: 98 Introduzca los tres dgitos del nmero de pgina que desee ver, utilizando los botones numricos del mando a distancia. Si se equivoca, introduzca tres dgitos cualesquiera y, a continuacin, vuelva a introducir el nmero de pagina correcto. Si el contador de pginas no se detiene, es porque la pgina requerida no est disponible. En ese caso, introduzca otro nmero de pgina.

Para comprobar el contenido de un servicio de Teletexto: Pulse . Seleccionar la pgina siguiente o anterior: Pulse o . Superponer teletexto con la imagen de televisin: Mientras est viendo teletexto, pulse . Plselo de nuevo para salir del modo de teletexto. Retener una pgina: Algunas pginas de teletexto contienen subpginas que van rotando automticamente. Para retener una subpgina, pulse . Plselo de nuevo para cancelar la retencin. Visualizar una informacin oculta (p. ej.: soluciones de adivinanzas): Pulse . Plselo de nuevo para volver a ocultar la informacin. Para ampliar la pantalla del Teletexto: Pulse . Cada vez que pulse este botn , la pantalla del Teletexto cambiar del modo siguiente: Aumentar la mitad superior t Aumentar la mitad inferior t Tamao normal. Para esperar a que aparezca una pgina de Teletexto mientras ve un programa de televisin. 1 Introduzca el nmero de Teletexto de la pgina que desea consultar y, a continuacin, pulse . 2 Cuando aparezca el nmero de pgina, pulse para ver el texto. Salir del servicio de teletexto: Pulse .

Fastext
El servicio Fastext permite acceder a las pginas de teletexto mediante la pulsacin de un solo botn. Estando dentro del servicio de teletexto y en caso de que se emitan seales de Fastext, en la parte inferior de la pantalla aparece un men de cdigos de color que le permite acceder directamente a una pgina. Para ello, pulse el botn de color correspondiente (rojo, verde, amarillo o azul) del mando a distancia.

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Teletexto

Conexin de equipos opcionales


Es posible conectar al televisor una amplia gama de equipos opcionales tal y como se muestra a continuacin (los cables de conexin no se suministran).

8mm/Hi8/ DVC videocmara

DVD/Vdeo
1

PlayStation* C

Descodificador * PlayStation es un producto de Sony Computer Entertainment, Inc. * PlayStation es una marca registrada de Sony Computer Entertainment, Inc.

Al conectar los auriculares, los altavoces del televisor se desconectarn automticamente.

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Conexin de un vdeo:
Para conectar un vdeo, consulte el captulo Conexin de una antena exterior y del vdeo. Le aconsejamos que conecte el vdeo utilizando un cable de Euroconector. Si no utiliza este cable, tendr que sintonizar manualmente el canal de la seal de vdeo mediante el men de Sintona Manual (para ello, consulte el apartado a) de la pgina 14). Consulte tambin el manual de instrucciones de su vdeo para ver cmo conseguir el canal de la seal de vdeo.

Manejo de los equipos opcionales


1 2 3
Conecte el equipo opcional al conector adecuado del televisor tal y como se indica arriba. Encienda el equipo conectado. Para ver la imagen del equipo conectado, pulse repetidamente el botn aparezca en la pantalla el smbolo correcto de entrada. Smbolo 1 1 2 hasta que

Seales de entrada Seal de entrada de audio/vdeo mediante el Euroconector C Seal de entrada RGB mediante el Euroconector C. Este smbolo slo aparece si ha conectado una entrada RGB. Seal de entrada de vdeo a travs del conector RCA A y seal de entrada de audio a travs de B. del mando a distancia.

Para recuperar la imagen normal de televisin, pulse el botn

Informacin complementaria

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Especificaciones
El sistema de recepcin de seales de estos televisores, cumplen la normativa requerida por la ley espaola del Real Decreto 1160/89. Sistema de TV: Dependiendo del pas que haya seleccionado: B/G/H, D/K Sistema de color: PAL, SECAM NTSC 3.58, 4.43 (slo entrada de vdeo) Cobertura de canales: VHF: E2-E12 UHF: E21-E69 CATV: S1-S20 HYPER: S21-S41 D/K: R1-R12, R21-R69 Tubo de imagen: Pantalla Plana FD Trinitron Salida de sonido: 1 x 6 W (potencia musical) 1 x 3 W (RMS) Consumo de energa: KV-21CT1E: 56 W KV-14CT1E: 50 W Consumo de energa en modo de desconexin temporal (standby): <1W Dimensiones (an x al x prf): KV-21CT1E: Approx. 497 x 461 x 487 mm KV-14CT1E: Approx. 374 x 355 x 420 mm Peso: KV-21CT1E: Approx. 24 kg KV-14CT1E: Approx. 11 kg Accesorios suministrados: 1 Mando a distancia (RM-W100) 2 Pilas de norma IEC. 1 Antena telescpica (slo para KV-14CT1E) Otras caractersticas: Teletexto, Fastext, TOPtext. Desconexin automtica. Conexin automtica.

i1/

Terminales posteriores: Euroconector de 21 pins (norma CENELEC) incluidas entrada de audio/vdeo, entrada RGB, salida de audio/vdeo de TV. Terminales frontales: t2 entrada de vdeo conector RCA 2 entrada de audio conector RCA toma para auriculares

Disei y especificaciones sujetos a cambios sin previo aviso. Paper Ecolgico - Libre de cloro

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Informacin complementaria

Solucin de problemas
A continuacin se ofrecen algunas soluciones sencillas para resolver problemas relacionados con la imagen y el sonido. Problema Ausencia de imagen (la pantalla aparece oscura) y sin sonido. Solucin

Compruebe la conexin de la antena. Enchufe el televisor y pulse el botn ! de la parte


frontal del aparato.

Si el indicador 1 del televisor est encendido, pulse el botn &/1 del mando a distancia. La imagen es deficiente o inexistente Mediante el sistema de mens, entre en el men de
pero la calidad de sonido es buena. Ausencia de imagen o del men de informacin del equipo opcional conectado al Euroconector de la parte posterior del televisor. Buena calidad de imagen pero no hay sonido. Ajuste de la Imagen y seleccione Preestablecido para recuperar los ajustes de fbrica (ver pgina 10).

Asegrese que ha encendido el equipo opcional y


pulse varias veces el botn del mando a distancia hasta que el smbolo de entrada correcto aparezca en la pantalla (ver pgina 17).

Pulse el botn + del mando a distancia. Compruebe que los auriculares estn desconectados. Los programas en color no se ven en Mediante el sistema de mens, entre en el men de
color. La imagen aparece distorsionada al cambiar de programa o al seleccionar el teletexto. Caracteres errneos en las pginas de teletexto. La imagen aparece inclinada. (slo para KV-21CT1E) Ajuste de la Imagen y seleccione Preestablecido para recuperar los ajustes de fbrica (ver pgina 10).

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Apague el equipo conectado al Euroconector de 21


pins de la parte posterior del televisor.

Mediante el sistema de mens, seleccione la opcin


Idioma/Pas y seleccione el pas en el cual est operando el televisor (ver pgina 15).

Mediante el sistema de mens, seleccione la opcin


Rotacin Imagen dentro del men de Configuracin y corrija la inclinacin (ver pgina 15).

Imagen con ruido.

Mediante el sistema de mens, seleccione la opcin


AFT dentro del men de Sintona Manual y ajuste la sintonizacin manualmente para obtener una mejor recepcin de la imagen (ver pgina 14). Mediante el sistema de mens, seleccione la opcin Imagen inteligente dentro del men de Imagen y seleccione Si para atenuar el ruido de imagen (ver pgina 10).

El mando a distancia no funciona. El indicador de modo de espera 1 parpadear en rojo en el televisor.

Cambie las pilas. Pngase en contacto con el servicio tcnico de Sony


ms cercano.

En caso de averas, haga que personal especializado examine el televisor. No abra nunca el aparato.

Informacin complementaria

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4-093-927-52(1)
R

FD Trinitron Colour Television


Instruction Manual
GB

KV-21CT1U KV-14CT1U
2003 Sony Corporation

NOTICE FOR CUSTOMERS IN THE UNITED KINGDOM


A moulded plug complying with BS1363 is fitted to this equipment for your safety and convenience. Should the fuse in the plug supplied need to be replaced, a 5 AMP fuse approved by ASTA or BSI to BS 1362 (i.e. marked with or ) must be used. When an alternative type of plug is used it should be fitted with a 5 AMP FUSE, otherwise the circuit should be protected by a 5 AMP FUSE at the distribution board. If the plug supplied with this equipment has a detachable fuse cover, be sure to attach the fuse cover after you change the fuse. Never use the plug without the fuse cover. If you should lose the fuse cover, please contact your nearest Sony service centre.

How to replace the fuse


Open the fuse compartment with a blade screwdriver, and replace the fuse.

IMPORTANT
If the plug supplied is not suitable for the socket outlets in your home, it should be cut off and an appropriate plug fitted in accordance with the following instructions: The wires in this mains lead are coloured in accordance with the following code: Blue Neutral Brown Live As the colours of the wires in the mains lead of this apparatus may not correspond with the coloured markings identifying the terminals in your plug, proceed as follows: The wire which is coloured blue must be connected to the terminal which is marked with the letter N or coloured black. The wire which is coloured brown must be connected to the terminal which is marked with the letter L or coloured red. Do not connect either wire to the earth terminal in the plug which is marked by the letter E or by the safety earth symbol or coloured green or green and yellow.

WARNING
To prevent shock hazard, do not insert the plug cut off from the mains lead into a socket outlet. This plug cannot be used and should be destroyed. To prevent fire or shock hazard, do not expose the unit to rain or moisture. Dangerously high voltages are present inside the set. Do not open the cabinet. Refer servicing to qualified personnel only.

Introduction
Thank you for choosing this Sony FD Trinitron Colour Television. Before operating the TV, please read this manual thoroughly and retain it for future reference.

Symbols used in the manual:


Important information. Information on a feature. Shaded buttons on the remote control show you the buttons you have to press to follow the sequence of the instructions. Informs you of the result of instructions.

1,2...Sequence of instructions.

Table of Contents
Notice for Customers in the United Kingdom ................................................................................... 2 Introduction............................................................................................................................................. 3 Safety Information .... ..............................................................................................................................4

Overview
Overview of Remote Control Buttons .... .............................................................................................5 Overview of TV Buttons ........................................................................................................................ 6

Installation
Inserting Batteries into the Remote Control ....................................................................................... 6 Connecting an Indoor Aerial (only for KV-14CT1U) ........................................................................ 7 Connecting an Outdoor Aerial and VCR ............................................................................................ 7

GB

First Time Operation


Switching On the TV and Automatically Tuning .............................................................................. 8

Menu System
Introducing and Using the Menu System ......................................................................................... 10 Picture............................................................................................................................................... 10 Sound ................................................................................................................................................ 11 Timer................................................................................................................................................. 12 Channel Set Up ............................................................................................................................... 13 Set Up ............................................................................................................................................... 15

Teletext ................................................................................................................................................ 16 Additional Information


Connecting Optional Equipment ....................................................................................................... 17 Using Optional Equipment ................................................................................................................. 17 Specifications ......................................................................................................................................... 18 Troubleshooting.................................................................................................................................... 19 Television Channel Number Guide for United Kingdom .............................................................. 20

Table of Contents

Safety Information

This set is to operate on a 220240V AC supply only. Take care not to connect too many appliances to the same power socket as this could result in fire or electric shock.

For environmental and safety reasons, it is recommended that the TV set is not left in standby mode when not in use. Disconnect from the mains.

Never push objects of any kind into the set as this could result in a fire or electric shock. Never spill liquid of any kind on the set. If any liquid or solid object does fall through, do not operate the TV. Have it checked immediately by qualified personnel.

Do not open the cabinet and the rear cover of the TV. Refer to qualified service personnel only.

For your own safety, do not touch any part of the TV, power lead or aerial lead during lightning storms.

To prevent fire or shock hazard, do not expose the TV to rain or moisture.

Do not cover the ventilation openings of the TV. For ventilation, leave a space of at least 10cm all around the set.

Never place the TV in hot, humid or excessively dusty places. Do not install the TV where it may be exposed to mechanical vibrations.

To prevent fire, keep inflammable objects or naked lights (e.g. candles) away from the TV.

Clean the screen and cabinet with a soft, lightly dampened cloth. Do not use any type of abrasive pad, alkaline cleaner, scouring powder or solvent, such as alcohol or benzine, or antistatic spray. As a safety precaution, unplug the TV before cleaning it.

Pull out the power lead by the plug. Do not pull on the power lead itself.

Take care not to place heavy objects on the power lead as this could result in damage. We recommend you wind any excess lead around the holders provided on the rear of the TV.

Place the TV on a secure stable stand. Do not allow children to climb on to it. Do not place the TV on its side or face up.

Unplug the power lead before moving the TV. Avoid uneven surfaces, quick steps or excessive force. If the set has been dropped or damaged, have it checked immediately by qualified service personnel.

Do not cover the ventilation openings of the TV with items such as curtains or newspapers, etc.

Safety Information

Overview of Remote Control Buttons


Displaying on screen information Press to display all on-screen indications. Press again to cancel. Muting the sound Press to mute TV sound. Press again to restore the sound. Selecting input source Press repeatedly until the desired input symbol of the source appears on the TV screen. This button only works in Teletext mode. Function A/B associated to this button does not work with this TV. Selecting channels Press to select channels. For double-digit programme numbers, enter the second digit within 3 seconds. or Press -/-- and then the first and second digit. If you enter an incorrect first digit, this should be corrected by entering another digit (0-9) and then selecting -/-- button again to enter the programme number of your choice. On timer Set TV to switch on automatically. Sleep timer Set TV to switch off automatically. This button does not work on this set. Adjusting TV volume Press to adjust the volume of the TV. This button only works in Teletext mode. Function 9 associated to this button does not work with this TV. Selecting picture mode Press repeatedly to change the picture mode. To temporarily switch off TV Press to temporarily switch off TV (the standby indicator 1 on TV lights up). Press again to switch on TV from standby mode. To save energy we recommend switching off completely when TV is not in use. After 15 minutes without a signal and without any button being pressed, the TV switches automatically into standby mode. A/B Selecting TV mode Press to switch off teletext or video input. 3 1 2 Back to the channel last watched 6 4 5 Press to watch the last channel selected (watched for 9 7 8 at least 5 seconds). Selecting channels 0 Press to select the next or PROG previous channel. Displaying the menu system Press to display the menu on the TV screen. Press again to remove the menu display MENU from the TV screen. Menu selection Scroll Up Scroll Down Previous menu or selection Next menu or selection Confirm your selection Selecting Teletext Press to switch on teletext. TV Selecting screen format Press to view programmes in 16:9 mode. Press again to return to 4:3 mode.

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Besides TV functions, all coloured buttons as well as green symbols are also used for Teletext operation. For more details, please refer to Teletext section of this instruction manual (see page 16).
Overview

Overview of TV Buttons

Displaying Selecting Input the menu source system

Volume control buttons

Programme Up or Down buttons (selects TV channels)

Lift up the door Standby flap with indicator mark to reveal the control panel.

On/Off switch

Video Input jack

Audio Input Headphone jack jack

Inserting Batteries into the Remote Control


Make sure you insert the supplied batteries using the correct polarities. Always remember to dispose of used batteries in an environmental friendly way.

Overview-Installation

Connecting an Indoor Aerial (only for KV-14CT1U)


For a better reception we recommend you connect an external aerial. However, where an external aerial is not available and your local UHF signal is strong, you can connect the supplied loop aerial as follows:

1 Insert the loop aerial into the opening on top of the set until it clicks.

2 Connect the aerial connector to the aerial socket on the rear of the set.

3 After switching on the TV, adjust the aerial for optimum reception.
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Connecting an Outdoor Aerial and VCR


Connecting cables are not supplied.

or

VCR
OUT IN

Scart lead is optional. For more details of VCR connection, please refer to the section Connecting Optional Equipment of this instruction manual (see page 17).

Installation

Switching On the TV and Automatically Tuning


The first time you switch on your TV, a sequence of menu screens appear on the TV enabling you to: 1) choose the language of the menu screen, 2) search and store all available channels (TV Broadcast), 3) change the order in which the channels (TV Broadcast) appear on the screen and 4) adjust the picture slant (only for KV-21CT1U). However, if you need to change any of these settings at a later date, you can do that by selecting the appropriate option in the (Set Up) or (Channel Set Up) menu.

1 Connect the TV plug to the mains socket (220-240V AC, 50Hz).


Press ! On/Off button on the TV set to switch on the TV. The first time you switch on the TV, a Language menu displays automatically on the TV screen.

2 Press 2 +/ button on the top control panel to select the language,


then press t to confirm your selection. From now on all menus will appear in the selected language.

Language Svenska Norsk English Nederlands Franais Select language Select [ 2+] Confirm [t]

3 Ensure the aerial is connected as instructed, then press t to


confirm. The TV automatically starts searching and storing all available broadcast channels for you. This procedure could take some minutes. Please be patient and do not press any buttons, otherwise automatic tuning will not be completed. If no channels were found during the auto tuning process, a new menu appears automatically on the screen asking you to connect the aerial. Please connect the aerial (see page 7) and press t. The auto tuning process will start again.

Initial Set Up First please connect aerial Do you want to start automatic tuning? Yes No Select [ 2+] Confirm [t]

Auto Tuning No channel found Please connect aerial OK

Confirm [t] End [MENU]

First Time Operation

4 After all available channels are captured and stored, the


Programme Sorting menu appears automatically on the screen enabling you to change the order in which the channels appear on the screen.

a) If you wish to keep the broadcast channels in the tuned order,


press MENU.

Programme Sorting Programme: 01 TVE 02 TVE2 03 TV3 04 C33 Select channel Select [ 2+] Confirm [t] Exit [MENU]

b) If you wish to store the channels in a different order:


1 Press 2 +/ to select the programme number with the channel (TV Broadcast) you wish to rearrange, then press t. 2 Press 2 +/ to select the new programme number position for your selected channel (TV Broadcast), then press t. 3 Repeat steps b)1 and b)2 if you wish to change the order of the other channels.
Programme Sorting Programme: 01 TVE 02 TVE2 03 TV3 04 C33 03 TV3 Select new position Select [ 2+] Confirm [t] Exit [MENU]

The following option is only available for KV-21CT1U. Because of the earths magnetism, the picture might slant. The Picture Rotation menu allows you to correct the picture slants if it is necessary.
Picture Rotation
[ 2] [2+]

a) If it is not necessary, press t. b) If it is necessary, press 2 +/ to correct any slant of the


picture. Finally press t to store.

Select [ 2+] Confirm [t] End [MENU]

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To allow this menu to appear again, press and hold MENU button at top control panel for about 5 seconds. The MENU, and / / / buttons on the remote control can also be used for the operations above. Your TV is now ready for use.

First Time Operation

Introducing and Using the Menu System


Your TV uses an on-screen menu system to guide you through the operations. Use the following buttons on the Remote Control to operate the menu system:

1 Press MENU to switch the menu on.

2 To highlight the desired menu or option, press


To enter to the selected menu or option, press To return to the last menu or option, press . To alter settings of your selected option, press To confirm and store your selection, press . .

or / /

.
or .

3 Press MENU to remove the menu from the screen.

Picture
Picture Mode: Live Picture Adjustment Intelligent Picture: On

Picture Live Mode: Picture Adjustment Intelligent Picture: On

The Picture menu allows you to alter the picture adjustments. To do this: After selecting the item you want to alter, press , then press / / or repeatedly to adjust it and finally press to store the new adjustment. This menu also allows you to customize the picture mode based on the programme you are watching:

Select

Confirm

End

Select

Confirm

End

Mode

Live (for enhanced picture contrast and sharpness). Movie (for a finely detailed picture). Game (for a picture from game). Personal (for your own custom settings). Contrast Brightness Colour Press Press Press Press Press Press or or or or or or to reduce picture contrast. to enhance picture contrast. to darken the picture. to brighten the picture. to decrease colour intensity. to increase colour intensity.

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Menu System

Hue

Press Press

or or

to decrease the green tones. to increase the green tones.

Hue can only be adjusted for NTSC colour signal (e.g. USA video tapes). Sharpness Reset Intelligent Picture On/Off Press Press Select or or to soften the picture. to sharpen the picture.

to reset the picture to the factory preset levels.

Select to optimize the picture quality. E.g. reduce noise level when signal is weak.

If any changes are made to Picture Adjustment, Mode will switch automatically to Personal and the new setting will be stored as Personal.

Sound
Sound Auto Volume: Off
Sound Auto Volume: Off

The Sound menu allows you to alter the sound adjustments.

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Select Confirm End
Select Confirm End

Auto Volume On/Off Volume level of the channels will stay the same, independent of the broadcast signal (e.g. in the case of advertisements).

Menu System

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Timer
Timer Sleep Timer: On Timer: Off Off Timer Sleep Timer: On Timer: Off Off

The Timer menu allows you to alter the timer adjustments.

Select

Confirm

End

Select

Confirm

End

Sleep Timer

The Sleep Timer option in the Timer menu allows you to select a time period for the TV to switch itself automatically into the standby mode. To do this: After selecting the option, press , then press or to set the time period delay (max. of 1 hour and 30 minutes) and finally press to store. While watching the TV, you can press the button on the remote control to display the time remaining. One minute before the TV switches itself into standby mode, TV will turn off soon is displayed on the TV screen automatically.

On Timer

The On Timer option in the Timer menu allows you to select a time period for the TV to switch itself automatically on from standby mode. To do this: After selecting the option, press , then press or to set the time period delay (max. of 12 hours) and finally press to store. Finally press the standby button &/1 on the remote control. After the selected length of time, the TV switches on automatically and On Timer will appear on the screen. The standby indicator 1 on the TV set lights up in amber to indicate that On Timer is active. Any loss of power will cause these settings to be cleared. If no buttons are pressed for more than one hour after the TV is turned on using the On Timer, the TV automatically goes into standby mode.

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Menu System

Channel Set Up
Channel Set Up Auto Tuning Programme Sorting Programme Labels Manual Programme Preset Channel Set Up Auto Tuning Programme Sorting Programme Labels Manual Programme Preset

The Channel Set Up menu allows you to preset channels on this TV.

Select

Confirm

End

Select

Confirm

End

Auto Tuning

The Auto Tuning option in the Channel Set Up menu allows you to automatically search and store all available TV channels. To do this: After selecting the option, press and then proceed in the same way as in the step 3 of the section Switching On the TV and Automatically Tuning (see page 8).

Programme Sorting

The Programme Sorting option in the Channel Set Up menu allows you to change the order in which the channels (TV Broadcast) appear on the screen. To do this: After selecting the option, press and then proceed in the same way as in step 4b) of the section Switching On the TV and Automatically Tuning (see page 9).

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Programme Labels The Programme Labels option in the Channel Set Up menu allows you to name a channel using up to five characters (letters or numbers). To do this: or to select the 1 After selecting the option, press . Press programme number with the channel you wish to name, then press . 2 Press . With the first element of the label column highlighted, press or to select a letter or number (select to confirm this character. Select _ for a blank), then press the other four characters in the same way. Finally press to store. continued...

Menu System

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Manual Programme Preset

The Manual Programme Preset option in the Channel Set Up menu allows you to: a) Preset channels or a video input source one by one to the programme order of your choice. To do this: 1 After selecting the Manual Programme Preset option, press . Highlight the Programme option and press . Press or to select a programme number on which you want to preset the channel (for VCR, select programme number 0), then press . 2 After selecting the Channel option, press . Then press the number buttons to directly enter the channel number of the TV Broadcast. If you do not know the channel number, press or to search for it. When you tune the desired channel, press twice to store. Repeat all the above steps to tune and store more channels. b) Normally the automatic fine tuning (AFT) will give the best possible picture, however you can manually fine tune the TV to obtain a better picture if the picture is distorted. To do this: While watching the channel (TV Broadcast) you wish to fine or to tune, select the AFT option and press . Next press adjust the fine tuning between -15 and +15. Finally press twice to store. c) Skip any unwanted programme numbers when they are selected with the PROG +/ button. To do this: Highlighting the Programme option, press PROG +/ to select the programme number you want to skip. When the programme you want to skip appears on the screen, select the or to select Yes. Skip option and press . Next press Finally press twice to confirm and store. To cancel this function afterwards, select No instead of Yes in the step above.

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Menu System

Set Up
Set Up Language Picture Rotation RGB Centring: 0 Set Up Language Picture Rotation RGB Centring:

The Set Up menu allows you to alter various options on this TV.
0

Select

Confirm

End

Select

Confirm

End

Language

The Language option in the Set Up menu allows you to select the language that the menus are displayed in. To do this: After selecting the option, press and then proceed in the same way as in the step 2 of the section Switching On the TV and Automatically Tuning (see page 8).

Picture Rotation Because of the earths magnetism, the picture might slant. In this case, you can correct the picture slant by using the option Picture (only for Rotation in the Set Up menu. KV-21CT1U) To do this: After selecting the option, press . Press or ( any slant of the picture. Finally press to store. RGB Centring or ) to correct

When connecting an RGB source, such as a PlayStation, you may need to readjust the horizontal position of the picture. In that case, you can readjust it through the RGB Centring option in the Set Up menu. To do this: While watching an RGB source, select the RGB Centring option and press . Press or to adjust the centre of the picture between -10 and +10. Finally press to confirm and store.

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Menu System

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Teletext
Teletext is an information service transmitted by most TV stations. The index page of the Teletext service (usually page 100) gives you information on how to use the service. To operate Teletext, use the remote control buttons as indicated below. Be sure to use a channel (TV Broadcast) with a strong signal, otherwise Teletext errors may occur. To switch on Teletext: After selecting the TV channel which carries the Teletext service you wish to view, press .

TELETEXT
Index Programme News Sport Weather 25 153

101 To select a Teletext page: 98 Input 3 digits for the page number, using the numbered buttons. If you have made a mistake, retype the correct page number. If the counter on the screen continues searching, it is because this page is not available. In that case, input another page number.

To check the contents of a Teletext service: Press . To access the next or preceding page: Press or . To superimpose teletext on to the TV: Whilst you are viewing Teletext, press . Press it again to cancel Teletext mode.

To freeze a teletext page: Some Teletext pages have sub-pages which follow on automatically. To stop them, press . Press it again to cancel the freeze. To reveal concealed information (e.g., answer to a quiz): Press . Press it again to conceal the information. To enlarge the Teletext display: Press . Each time you press , the Teletext display changes as follows: Enlarge upper half t Enlarge lower half t Normal size. To stand by for a Teletext page while watching a TV program. 1 Enter the Teletext number that you want to refer to, then press . 2 When the page number is displayed, press to show the Text. To switch off Teletext: Press .

Fastext
Fastext service lets you access pages with one push of a button. While you are in Teletext mode and Fastext is broadcast, a colour coded menu appears at the bottom of the teletext page. Press the colour button (red, green, yellow or blue) to access the corresponding page.

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Teletext

Connecting Optional Equipment


Using the following instructions, you can connect a wide range of optional equipment to your TV set (connecting cables are not supplied).

8mm/Hi8/ DVC camcorder

DVD/VCR
1

PlayStation*

C When you connect the headphones, the TV speakers will automatically be muted

decoder * PlayStation is a product of Sony Computer Entertainment, Inc. * PlayStation is a trademark of Sony Computer Entertainment, Inc.

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Connecting a VCR:
To connect a VCR, please refer to the section Connecting an outdoor aerial and VCR of this instruction manual. We recommend you connect your VCR using a Scart lead. If you do not have a Scart lead, tune in the VCR test signal to the TV programme number 0 by using the Manual Programme Preset option (for details on how to manually programme these presets, see page 14, step a). Refer to your VCR instruction manual to find out how to find the output channel of your VCR.

Using Optional Equipment


1 2 3
Connect your equipment to the designated TV socket, as indicated above. Switch on the connected equipment. To watch the picture of the connected equipment, press input symbol appears on the screen. Symbol 1 1 2 repeatedly until the correct

Input Signals Audio / video input signal through the Scart connector C RGB input signal through the Scart connector C. This symbol appears only if a RGB source has been connected. Video input signal through the phono socket A and Audio input signal through B. button on the remote control to return to the normal TV picture.

Press

Additional Information

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Specifications
TV system: I Colour system: PAL, SECAM NTSC 3.58, 4.43 (only Video In) Channel Coverage: UHF B21-B69 Picture Tube: Flat Display FD Trinitron Rear Terminals i1/ 21-pin Scart connector (CENELEC standard) including audio/video input, RGB input, TV audio/video output. Front Terminals t2 video input phono jack 2 audio input phono jack headphone jack Sound Output: 1 x 6 W (music power) 1 x 3 W (RMS) Power Consumption: KV-21CT1U: 56 W KV-14CT1U: 50 W Standby Power Consumption: <1W Dimensions (w x h x d): KV-21CT1U: Approx. 497 x 461 x 487 mm KV-14CT1U: Approx. 374 x 355 x 420 mm Weight: KV-21CT1U: Approx. 24 kg KV-14CT1U: Approx. 11 kg Accessories supplied: 1 Remote Control (RM-W100) 2 Batteries (IEC designated) 1 Loop aerial (only for KV-14CT1U) Other features: Teletext, Fastext, TOPtext Sleep Timer On Timer

Design and specifications are subject to change without notice. Ecological Paper- Totally Chlorine Free

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Additional Information

Troubleshooting
Here are some simple solutions to the problems which may affect the picture and sound. Problem No picture (screen is dark) and no sound. Solution Check the aerial connection. Plug the TV in and press the ! button on the front of TV. If the standby indicator 1 is on, press &/1 button on the remote control. Using the menu system, select the Picture Adjustment menu and select Reset to return to the factory settings (see page 10). Check that the optional equipment is on and press repeatedly on the remote control until the correct input symbol is displayed on the screen (see page 17). Press the + button on the remote control. Check that the headphones are not connected. Using the menu system, select the Picture Adjustment menu and select Reset to return to factory settings (see page 10). Turn off any equipment connected to the Scart connector on the rear of the TV. Using the menu system, select the Picture Rotation option in the Set Up menu to correct the picture slant (see page 15). Using the menu system, select the Manual Programme Preset menu and adjust Fine Tuning (AFT) to obtain better picture reception (see page 14). Using the menu system, select the Intelligent Picture option in the Picture menu and select On to reduce the noise in the picture (see page 10). Replace the batteries. Contact your nearest Sony service centre.

Poor or no picture (screen is dark), but good sound. No picture or no menu information from equipment connected to the Scart connector. Good picture, no sound. No colour on colour programmes.

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Distorted picture when changing programmes or selecting teletext. Picture slanted (only for KV-21CT1U). Noisy picture when viewing a TV channel.

Remote control does not function. The standby indicator 1 on the TV flashes red.

In case of problems, have your TV serviced by qualified personnel. Never open the casing yourself.

Additional Information

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Television Channel Number Guide for United Kingdom


Only the main transmitters are listed. Information regarding the regional sub-relay channel numbers can be obtained by contacting The BBC Engineering Information Dept., Telephone Number 020 7852 5040.

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Additional Information

KV-21CT1U

Sony Espaa, S.A. Printed in Spain

4-093-927-62(1)
R

FD Trinitron Colour Television


Instruction Manual Nvod k obsluze Kezelsi tmutat Instrukcja obsugi Nvod na obsluhu
GB BG CZ HU PL RU SK

KV-21CT1K KV-14CT1K
2003 Sony Corporation

Introduction
Thank you for choosing this Sony FD Trinitron Colour Television. Before operating the TV, please read this manual thoroughly and retain it for future reference.

Symbols used in the manual:


Important information. Information on a feature. Shaded buttons on the remote control show you the buttons you have to press to follow the sequence of the instructions. Informs you of the result of instructions.

1,2...Sequence of instructions.

Table of Contents
Introduction............................................................................................................................................. 3 Safety Information .... ..............................................................................................................................4

Overview
Overview of Remote Control Buttons .... .............................................................................................5 Overview of TV Buttons ........................................................................................................................ 6

Installation
Inserting Batteries into the Remote Control ....................................................................................... 6 Connecting an Indoor Aerial (only for KV-14CT1K)......................................................................... 7 Connecting an Outdoor Aerial and VCR ............................................................................................ 7

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First Time Operation


Switching On the TV and Automatically Tuning .............................................................................. 8

Menu system
Introducing and Using the Menu System ......................................................................................... 10 Picture............................................................................................................................................... 10 Sound ................................................................................................................................................ 11 Timer................................................................................................................................................. 12 Channel Set Up ............................................................................................................................... 13 Set Up ............................................................................................................................................... 15

Teletext ................................................................................................................................................ 16 Additional Information


Connecting Optional Equipment ....................................................................................................... 17 Using Optional Equipment ................................................................................................................. 17 Specifications ......................................................................................................................................... 18 Troubleshooting.................................................................................................................................... 19

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Safety Information

This set is to operate on a 220240V AC supply only. Take care not to connect too many appliances to the same power socket as this could result in fire or electric shock.

For environmental and safety reasons, it is recommended that the TV set is not left in standby mode when not in use. Disconnect from the mains.

Never push objects of any kind into the set as this could result in a fire or electric shock. Never spill liquid of any kind on the set. If any liquid or solid object does fall through, do not operate the TV. Have it checked immediately by qualified personnel.

Do not open the cabinet and the rear cover of the TV. Refer to qualified service personnel only.

For your own safety, do not touch any part of the TV, power lead or aerial lead during lightning storms.

To prevent fire or shock hazard, do not expose the TV to rain or moisture.

Do not cover the ventilation openings of the TV. For ventilation, leave a space of at least 10cm all around the set.

Never place the TV in hot, humid or excessively dusty places. Do not install the TV where it may be exposed to mechanical vibrations.

To prevent fire, keep inflammable objects or naked lights (e.g. candles) away from the TV.

Clean the screen and cabinet with a soft, lightly dampened cloth. Do not use any type of abrasive pad, alkaline cleaner, scouring powder or solvent, such as alcohol or benzine, or antistatic spray. As a safety precaution, unplug the TV before cleaning it.

Pull out the power lead by the plug. Do not pull on the power lead itself.

Take care not to place heavy objects on the power lead as this could result in damage. We recommend you wind any excess lead around the holders provided on the rear of the TV.

Place the TV on a secure stable stand. Do not allow children to climb on to it. Do not place the TV on its side or face up.

Unplug the power lead before moving the TV. Avoid uneven surfaces, quick steps or excessive force. If the set has been dropped or damaged, have it checked immediately by qualified service personnel.

Do not cover the ventilation openings of the TV with items such as curtains or newspapers, etc.

Safety Information

Overview of Remote Control Buttons


Displaying on screen information Press to display all on-screen indications. Press again to cancel. Muting the sound Press to mute TV sound. Press again to restore the sound. Selecting input source Press repeatedly until the desired input symbol of the source appears on the TV screen. This button only works in Teletext mode. Function A/B associated to this button does not work with this TV. Selecting channels Press to select channels. For double-digit programme numbers, enter the second digit within 3 seconds. or Press -/-- and then the first and second digit. If you enter an incorrect first digit, this should be corrected by entering another digit (0-9) and then selecting -/-- button again to enter the programme number of your choice. On timer Set TV to switch on automatically. Sleep timer Set TV to switch off automatically. This button does not work on this set. Adjusting TV volume Press to adjust the volume of the TV. This button only works in Teletext mode. Function 9 associated to this button does not work with this TV. Selecting picture mode Press repeatedly to change the picture mode. To temporarily switch off TV Press to temporarily switch off TV (the standby indicator 1 on TV lights up). Press again to switch on TV from standby mode. To save energy we recommend switching off completely when TV is not in use. After 15 minutes without a signal and without any button being pressed, the TV switches automatically into standby mode. A/B Selecting TV mode Press to switch off teletext or video input. 3 1 2 Back to the channel last watched 6 4 5 Press to watch the last channel selected (watched for 9 7 8 at least 5 seconds). Selecting channels 0 Press to select the next or PROG previous channel. Displaying the menu system Press to display the menu on the TV screen. Press again to remove the menu display MENU from the TV screen. Menu selection Scroll Up Scroll Down Previous menu or selection Next menu or selection Confirm your selection Selecting Teletext Press to switch on teletext. TV Selecting screen format Press to view programmes in 16:9 mode. Press again to return to 4:3 mode.

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Besides TV functions, all coloured buttons as well as green symbols are also used for Teletext operation. For more details, please refer to Teletext section of this instruction manual (see page 16).
Overview

Overview of TV Buttons

Displaying Selecting the menu Input source system

Volume control buttons

Programme Up or Down buttons (selects TV channels)

Lift up the door flap with mark to reveal the control panel.

Standby indicator

On/Off switch

Video Input jack

Audio Input jack

Headphone jack

Inserting Batteries into the Remote Control


Make sure you insert the supplied batteries using the correct polarities. Always remember to dispose of used batteries in an environmental friendly way.

Overview-Installation

Connecting an Indoor Aerial (only for KV-14CT1K)


For a better reception we recommend you connect an external aerial. However, where an external aerial is not available and your local VHF/UHF signal is strong, you can connect the supplied indoor aerial as follows:

1 Insert the aerial into the opening on top of the set until it clicks.

2 Connect the aerial connector to the aerial socket on the rear of the
set.

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3 After switching on the TV, adjust the aerial for optimum reception.

Connecting an Outdoor Aerial and VCR


Connecting cables are not supplied.

or

VCR
OUT IN

Scart lead is optional. For more details of VCR connection, please refer to the section Connecting Optional Equipment of this instruction manual (see page 17).
Installation

Switching On the TV and Automatically Tuning


The first time you switch on your TV, a sequence of menu screens appear on the TV enabling you to: 1) choose the language of the menu screen, 2) choose the country in which you wish to operate the TV, 3) search and store all available channels (TV Broadcast), 4) change the order in which the channels (TV Broadcast) appear on the screen and 5) adjust the picture slant (only for KV-21CT1K). However, if you need to change any of these settings at a later date, you can do that by selecting the appropriate option in the (Set Up) or (Channel Set Up) menu.

1 Connect the TV plug to the mains socket (220-240 V AC, 50 Hz).


Press ! On/Off button on the TV set to switch on the TV. The first time you switch on the TV, a Language menu displays automatically on the TV screen.

2 Press 2 +/ button on the top control panel to select the language,


then press t to confirm your selection. From now on all menus will appear in the selected language.

Language Svenska Norsk English Nederlands Franais Select language


Select [2+] Confirm [t]

3 The Country menu appears automatically on the TV screen. Press


2 +/ button to select the country in which you will operate the TV set, then press t to confirm your selection. If the country in which you want to use the TV set does not appear in the list, select - instead of a country. In order to avoid wrong teletext characters for Cyrillic languages we recommend to select Russia in the case that your own country does not appear in the list.

Country Sverige Norge Italia Schweiz/Suisse/Svizzera Select Country


Select [2+] Confirm [t]

4 Ensure the aerial is connected as instructed, then press t to


confirm. The TV automatically starts searching and storing all available broadcast channels for you. This procedure could take some minutes. Please be patient and do not press any buttons, otherwise automatic tuning will not be completed. If no channels were found during the auto tuning process, a new menu appears automatically on the screen asking you to connect the aerial. Please connect the aerial (see page 7) and press t. The auto tuning process will start again.

Initial Set Up First please connect aerial Do you want to start automatic tuning? Yes No Select [ 2+] Confirm [t] End

Auto Tuning No channel found Please connect aerial OK

Confirm [t] End

First Time Operation

5 After all available channels are captured and stored, the


Programme Sorting menu appears automatically on the screen enabling you to change the order in which the channels appear on the screen.

a) If you wish to keep the broadcast channels in the tuned order,


press MENU.

Programme Sorting Programme: 01 TVE 02 TVE2 03 TV3 04 C33 Select channel Select [ 2+] Confirm [t] Exit

b) If you wish to store the channels in a different order:


1 Press 2 +/ to select the programme number with the channel (TV Broadcast) you wish to rearrange, then press t. 2 Press 2 +/ to select the new programme number position for your selected channel (TV Broadcast), then press t. 3 Repeat steps b) 1 and b) 2 if you wish to change the order of the other channels.
Programme Sorting Programme: 01 TVE 02 TVE2 03 TV3 04 C33 03 TV3 Select new position Select [ 2+] Confirm [t] Exit

The following option is only available for KV-21CT1K. Because of the earths magnetism, the picture might slant. The Picture Rotation menu allows you to correct the picture slants if it is necessary.
Picture Rotation
[ 2] [2+]

a) If it is not necessary, press t. b) If it is necessary, press 2 +/ to correct any slant of the


picture. Finally press t to store.

Select [ 2+] Confirm [t] End

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To allow this menu to appear again, press and hold MENU button at top control panel for about 5 seconds. The MENU, and / / / buttons on the remote control can also be used for the operations above. Your TV is now ready for use.

First Time Operation

Introducing and Using the Menu System


Your TV uses an on-screen menu system to guide you through the operations. Use the following buttons on the Remote Control to operate the menu system:

1 Press MENU to switch the menu on.

2 To highlight the desired menu or option, press


To enter to the selected menu or option, press To return to the last menu or option, press . To alter settings of your selected option, press To confirm and store your selection, press . .

or / /

.
or .

3 Press MENU to remove the menu from the screen.

Picture
Picture Mode: Picture Adjustment Intelligent Picture: Live On Picture Mode: Picture Adjustment Intelligent Picture: Live On

The Picture menu allows you to alter the picture adjustments. To do this: After selecting the item you want to alter, press , then press / / repeatedly to adjust it and or finally press to store the new adjustment. This menu also allows you to customize the picture mode based on the programme you are watching:

Select

Confirm

End

Select

Confirm

End

Mode

Live (for enhanced picture contrast and sharpness). Movie (for a finely detailed picture). Game (for a picture from game). Personal (for your own custom settings). Contrast Brightness Colour Press Press Press Press Press Press or or or or or or to reduce picture contrast. to enhance picture contrast. to darken the picture. to brighten the picture. to decrease colour intensity. to increase colour intensity.

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Menu System

Hue

Press Press

or or

to decrease the green tones. to increase the green tones.

Hue can only be adjusted for NTSC colour signal (e.g. USA video tapes). Sharpness Reset Intelligent Picture On/Off Press Press Select or or to soften the picture. to sharpen the picture.

to reset the picture to the factory preset levels.

Select to optimize the picture quality. E.g. reduce noise level when signal is weak.

If any changes are made to Picture Adjustment, Mode will switch automatically to Personal and the new setting will be stored as Personal.

Sound
Sound Auto Volume: Off
Sound Auto Volume: Off

The Sound menu allows you to alter the sound adjustments.

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Select Confirm End
Select Confirm End

Auto Volume

On/Off Volume level of the channels will stay the same, independent of the broadcast signal (e.g. in the case of advertisements).

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Timer
Timer Sleep Timer: On Timer: Off Off Timer Sleep Timer: On Timer: Off Off

The Timer menu allows you to alter the timer adjustments.

Select

Confirm

End

Select

Confirm

End

Sleep Timer

The Sleep Timer option in the Timer menu allows you to select a time period for the TV to switch itself automatically into the standby mode. To do this: After selecting the option, press , then press or to set the time period delay (max. of 1 hour 30 minutes) and finally press to store. While watching the TV, you can press the button on the remote control to display the time remaining. One minute before the TV switches itself into standby mode, TV will turn off soon is displayed on the TV screen automatically.

On Timer

The On Timer option in the Timer menu allows you to select a time period for the TV to switch itself automatically on from standby mode. To do this: After selecting the option, press , then press or to set the time period delay (max. of 12 hours) and finally press to store. Finally press the standby button &/1 on the remote control. After the selected length of time, the TV switches on automatically and On Timer will appear on the screen. The standby indicator 1 on the TV set lights up in amber to indicate that On Timer is active. Any loss of power will cause these settings to be cleared. If no buttons are pressed for more than one hour after the TV is turned on using the On Timer, the TV automatically goes into standby mode.

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Menu System

Channel Set Up
Channel Set Up Auto Tuning Programme Sorting Programme Labels Manual Programme Preset Channel Set Up Auto Tuning Programme Sorting Programme Labels Manual Programme Preset

The Channel Set Up menu allows you to preset channels on this TV.

Select

Confirm

End

Select

Confirm

End

Auto Tuning

The Auto Tuning option in the Channel Set Up menu allows you to automatically search and store all available TV channels. To do this: After selecting the option, press and then proceed in the same way as in the step 4 of the section Switching On the TV and Automatically Tuning (see page 8).

Programme Sorting

The Programme Sorting option in the Channel Set Up menu allows you to change the order in which the channels (TV Broadcast) appear on the screen. To do this: After selecting the option, press and then proceed in the same way as in step 5b) of the section Switching On the TV and Automatically Tuning (see page 9).

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Programme Labels The Programme Labels option in the Channel Set Up menu allows you to name a channel using up to five characters (letters or numbers). To do this: to select the 1 After selecting the option, press . Press or programme number with the channel you wish to name, then press . 2 Press . With the first element of the label column highlighted, press or to select a letter or number (select _ for a blank), then press to confirm this character. Select the other four characters in the same way. Finally press to store. continued...

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Manual Programme Preset

The Manual Programme Preset option in the Channel Set Up menu allows you to: a) Preset channels or a video input source one by one to the programme order of your choice. To do this: 1 After selecting the Manual Programme Preset option, press . Highlight the Programme option and press . Press or to select a programme number on which you want to preset the channel (for VCR, select programme number 0), then press . The following option is only available depending on the country you have selected in the Language/Country menu. 2 After selecting the System option, press . Press or to select the TV Broadcast system (B/G for western European countries or D/K for eastern European countries), then press . or After selecting the Channel option, press . Then press to select the channel tuning (C for terrestrial channels or S for cable channels). Next press . After that, press the number buttons to directly enter the channel number of the TV Broadcast. If you do not know the channel number, press or to search for it. When you tune the desired channel, press twice to store. Repeat all the above steps to tune and store more channels. b) Normally the automatic fine tuning (AFT) will give the best possible picture, however you can manually fine tune the TV to obtain a better picture if the picture is distorted. To do this: While watching the channel (TV Broadcast) you wish to fine or to tune, select the AFT option and press . Next press adjust the fine tuning between -15 and +15. Finally press twice to store. c) Skip any unwanted programme numbers when they are selected with the PROG +/ button. To do this: Highlighting the Programme option, press PROG +/ to select the programme number you want to skip. When the programme you want to skip appears on the screen, select the Skip option or to select Yes. Finally press and press . Next press twice to confirm and store. To cancel this function afterwards, select No instead of Yes in the step above.

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Set Up
Set Up Language/Country Picture Rotation RGB Centring: 0 Set Up Language/Country Picture Rotation RGB Centring:

The Set Up menu allows you to alter various options on this TV.
0

Select

Confirm

End

Select

Confirm

End

Language/ Country

The Language/Country option in the Set Up menu allows you to select the language that the menus are displayed in. To do this: After selecting the option, press and then proceed in the same way as in the step 2 and 3 of the section Switching On the TV and Automatically Tuning (see page 8).

Picture Rotation Because of the earths magnetism, the picture might slant. In this case, you can correct the picture slant by using the option Picture (only for Rotation in the Set Up menu. KV-21CT1K) To do this: After selecting the option, press . Press or ( any slant of the picture. Finally press to store. RGB Centring or ) to correct

When connecting an RGB source, such as a PlayStation, you may need to readjust the horizontal position of the picture. In that case, you can readjust it through the RGB Centring option in the Set Up menu. To do this: While watching an RGB source, select the RGB Centring option and press . Press or to adjust the centre of the picture between -10 and +10. Finally press to confirm and store.

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Menu System

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Teletext
Teletext is an information service transmitted by most TV stations. The index page of the Teletext service (usually page 100) gives you information on how to use the service. To operate Teletext, use the remote control buttons as indicated below. Be sure to use a channel (TV Broadcast) with a strong signal, otherwise Teletext errors may occur. To switch on Teletext : After selecting the TV channel which carries the Teletext service you wish to view, press .

TELETEXT
Index Programme News Sport Weather 25 153

101 To select a Teletext page: 98 Input 3 digits for the page number, using the numbered buttons. If you have made a mistake, retype the correct page number. If the counter on the screen continues searching, it is because this page is not available. In that case, input another page number.

To check the contents of a Teletext service: Press . To access the next or preceding page: Press or . To superimpose teletext on to the TV: Whilst you are viewing Teletext, press . Press it again to cancel Teletext mode.

To freeze a teletext page: Some Teletext pages have sub-pages which follow on automatically. To stop them, press . Press it again to cancel the freeze. To reveal concealed information (e.g., answer to a quiz): Press . Press it again to conceal the information. To enlarge the Teletext display: Press . Each time you press , the Teletext display changes as follows: Enlarge upper half t Enlarge lower half t Normal size. To stand by for a Teletext page while watching a TV program. 1 Enter the Teletext number that you want to refer to, then press . 2 When the page number is displayed, press to show the Text. To switch off Teletext: Press .

Fastext
Fastext service lets you access pages with one push of a button. While you are in Teletext mode and Fastext is broadcast, a colour coded menu appears at the bottom of the teletext page. Press the colour button (red, green, yellow or blue) to access the corresponding page.

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Teletext

Connecting Optional Equipment


Using the following instructions, you can connect a wide range of optional equipment to your TV set (connecting cables are not supplied).

8mm/Hi8/ DVC camcorder

DVD/VCR
1

PlayStation*

C A B

decoder * PlayStation is a product of Sony Computer Entertainment, Inc. * PlayStation is a trademark of Sony Computer Entertainment, Inc.

When you connect the headphones, the TV speakers will automatically be muted

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Connecting a VCR:
To connect a VCR, please refer to the section Connecting an outdoor aerial and VCR of this instruction manual. We recommend you connect your VCR using a Scart lead. If you do not have a Scart lead, tune in the VCR test signal to the TV programme number 0 by using the Manual Programme Preset option (for details on how to manually programme these presets, see page 14, step a). Refer to your VCR instruction manual to find out how to find the output channel of your VCR.

Using Optional Equipment


1 2 3
Connect your equipment to the designated TV socket, as indicated above. Switch on the connected equipment. To watch the picture of the connected equipment, press input symbol appears on the screen. Symbol 1 1 2 Input Signals Audio/video input signal through the Scart connector C. RGB input signal through the Scart connector C. This symbol appears only if a RGB source has been connected. Video input signal through the phono socket A and Audio input signal through B. button on the remote control to return to the normal TV picture. repeatedly until the correct

Press

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Specifications
TV system: Depending on your country selection: B/G/H, D/K Colour system: PAL, SECAM NTSC 3.58, 4.43 (only Video In) Channel Coverage: VHF: E2-E12 UHF: E21-E69 CATV: S1-S20 HYPER: S21-S41 D/K: R1-R12, R21-R69 Picture Tube: Flat Display FD Trinitron Rear Terminals i1/ 21-pin Scart connector (CENELEC standard) including audio/video input, RGB input, TV audio/video output. Front Terminals t2 video input phono jack 2 audio input phono jack headphones jack Sound Output: 1 x 6 W (music power) 1 x 3 W (RMS) Power Consumption: KV-21CT1K: 56 W KV-14CT1K: 50 W Standby Power Consumption: <1W Dimensions (w x h x d): KV-21CT1K: Approx. 497 x 461 x 487 mm KV-14CT1K: Approx. 374 x 355 x 420 mm Weight: KV-21CT1K: Approx. 24 kg KV-14CT1K: Approx. 11 kg Accessories supplied: 1 Remote Control (RM-W100) 2 Batteries (IEC designated) 1 Aerial (only for KV-14CT1K) Other features: Teletext, Fastext, TOPtext Sleep Timer On Timer

Design and specifications are subject to change without notice. Ecological Paper- Totally Chlorine Free

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Additional Information

Troubleshooting
Here are some simple solutions to the problems which may affect the picture and sound. Problem No picture (screen is dark) and no sound. Solution Check the aerial connection. Plug the TV in and press the ! button on the front of TV. If the standby indicator 1 is on, press &/1 button on the remote control. Using the menu system, select the Picture Adjustment menu and select Reset to return to the factory settings (see page 10). Check that the optional equipment is on and press repeatedly on the remote control until the correct input symbol is displayed on the screen (see page 17). Press the + button on the remote control. Check that headphones are not connected. Using the menu system, select the Picture Adjustment menu and select Reset to return to factory settings (see page 10). Turn off any equipment connected to the Scart connector on the rear of the TV. Using the menu system, enter the Language/ Country option in the Set Up menu and select the country in which you operate the TV set. For Cyrillic languages, we recommend to select Russia in the case that your own country does not appear in the list (see page 15). Using the menu system, select the Picture Rotation option in the Set Up menu to correct the picture slant (see page 15). Using the menu system, select the Manual Programme Preset menu and adjust Fine Tuning (AFT) to obtain better picture reception (see page 14). Using the menu system, select the Intelligent Picture option in the Picture menu and select On to reduce the noise in the picture (see page 10). Replace the batteries. Contact your nearest Sony service centre.

Poor or no picture (screen is dark), but good sound. No picture or no menu information from equipment connected to the Scart connector. Good picture, no sound. No colour on colour programmes.

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Distorted picture when changing programmes or selecting teletext. Wrong characters appear when viewing teletext.

Picture slanted. (only for KV-21CT1K) Noisy picture when viewing a TV channel.

Remote control does not function. The standby indicator 1 on the TV flashes red.

In case of problems, have your TV serviced by qualified personnel. Never open the casing yourself.

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4-093-927-72(1)
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FD Trinitron Colour Television


Instruction Manual
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KV-21CT1B KV-14CT1B
2003 Sony Corporation

NOTICE FOR CUSTOMERS


A moulded plug complying with BS1363 is fitted to this equipment for your safety and convenience. Should the fuse in the plug supplied need to be replaced, a 5 AMP fuse approved by ASTA or BSI to BS 1362 (i.e. marked with or ) must be used. When an alternative type of plug is used it should be fitted with a 5 AMP FUSE, otherwise the circuit should be protected by a 5 AMP FUSE at the distribution board. If the plug supplied with this equipment has a detachable fuse cover, be sure to attach the fuse cover after you change the fuse. Never use the plug without the fuse cover. If you should lose the fuse cover, please contact your nearest Sony service centre.

How to replace the fuse


Open the fuse compartment with a blade screwdriver, and replace the fuse.

IMPORTANT
If the plug supplied is not suitable for the socket outlets in your home, it should be cut off and an appropriate plug fitted in accordance with the following instructions: The wires in this mains lead are coloured in accordance with the following code: Blue Neutral Brown Live As the colours of the wires in the mains lead of this apparatus may not correspond with the coloured markings identifying the terminals in your plug, proceed as follows: The wire which is coloured blue must be connected to the terminal which is marked with the letter N or coloured black. The wire which is coloured brown must be connected to the terminal which is marked with the letter L or coloured red. Do not connect either wire to the earth terminal in the plug which is marked by the letter E or by the safety earth symbol or coloured green or green and yellow.

WARNING
To prevent shock hazard, do not insert the plug cut off from the mains lead into a socket outlet. This plug cannot be used and should be destroyed. To prevent fire or shock hazard, do not expose the unit to rain or moisture. Dangerously high voltages are present inside the set. Do not open the cabinet. Refer servicing to qualified personnel only.

Introduction
Thank you for choosing this Sony FD Trinitron Colour Television. Before operating the TV, please read this manual thoroughly and retain it for future reference.

Symbols used in the manual:


Important information Information on a feature. Shaded buttons on the remote control show you the buttons you have to press to follow the sequence of the instructions. Informs you of the result of instructions.

1,2...Sequence of instructions.

Table of Contents
Notice for Customers ............................................................................................................................. 2 Introduction............................................................................................................................................. 3 Safety Information .... ..............................................................................................................................4

Overview
Overview of Remote Control Buttons .... .............................................................................................5 Overview of TV Buttons ........................................................................................................................ 6

Installation
Inserting Batteries into the Remote Control ....................................................................................... 6 Connecting an Indoor Aerial (only for KV-14CT1B) ......................................................................... 7 Connecting an Outdoor Aerial and VCR ............................................................................................ 7

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First Time Operation


Switching On the TV and Automatically Tuning .............................................................................. 8

Menu System
Introducing and Using the Menu System ......................................................................................... 10 Picture............................................................................................................................................... 10 Sound ................................................................................................................................................ 11 Timer................................................................................................................................................. 12 Channel Set Up ............................................................................................................................... 13 Set Up ............................................................................................................................................... 15

Teletext ................................................................................................................................................ 16 Additional Information


Connecting Optional Equipment ....................................................................................................... 17 Using Optional Equipment ................................................................................................................. 17 Specifications ......................................................................................................................................... 18 Troubleshooting.................................................................................................................................... 19

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Safety Information

This set is to operate on a 220240V AC supply only. Take care not to connect too many appliances to the same power socket as this could result in fire or electric shock.

For environmental and safety reasons, it is recommended that the TV set is not left in standby mode when not in use. Disconnect from the mains.

Never push objects of any kind into the set as this could result in a fire or electric shock. Never spill liquid of any kind on the set. If any liquid or solid object does fall through, do not operate the TV. Have it checked immediately by qualified personnel.

Do not open the cabinet and the rear cover of the TV. Refer to qualified service personnel only.

For your own safety, do not touch any part of the TV, power lead or aerial lead during lightning storms.

To prevent fire or shock hazard, do not expose the TV to rain or moisture.

Do not cover the ventilation openings of the TV. For ventilation, leave a space of at least 10cm all around the set.

Never place the TV in hot, humid or excessively dusty places. Do not install the TV where it may be exposed to mechanical vibrations.

To prevent fire, keep inflammable objects or naked lights (e.g. candles) away from the TV.

Clean the screen and cabinet with a soft, lightly dampened cloth. Do not use any type of abrasive pad, alkaline cleaner, scouring powder or solvent, such as alcohol or benzine, or antistatic spray. As a safety precaution, unplug the TV before cleaning it.

Pull out the power lead by the plug. Do not pull on the power lead itself.

Take care not to place heavy objects on the power lead as this could result in damage. We recommend you wind any excess lead around the holders provided on the rear of the TV.

Place the TV on a secure stable stand. Do not allow children to climb on to it. Do not place the TV on its side or face up.

Unplug the power lead before moving the TV. Avoid uneven surfaces, quick steps or excessive force. If the set has been dropped or damaged, have it checked immediately by qualified service personnel.

Do not cover the ventilation openings of the TV with items such as curtains or newspapers, etc.

Safety Information

Overview of Remote Control Buttons


Displaying on screen information Press to display all on-screen indications. Press again to cancel. Muting the sound Press to mute TV sound. Press again to restore the sound. Selecting input source Press repeatedly until the desired input symbol of the source appears on the TV screen. This button only works in Teletext mode. Function A/B associated to this button does not work with this TV. Selecting channels Press to select channels. For double-digit programme numbers, enter the second digit within 3 seconds. or Press -/-- and then the first and second digit. If you enter an incorrect first digit, this should be corrected by entering another digit (0-9) and then selecting -/-- button again to enter the programme number of your choice. On timer Set TV to switch on automatically. Sleep timer Set TV to switch off automatically. This button does not work on this set. Adjusting TV volume Press to adjust the volume of the TV. This button only works in Teletext mode. Function 9 associated to this button does not work with this TV. Selecting picture mode Press repeatedly to change the picture mode. To temporarily switch off TV Press to temporarily switch off TV (the standby indicator 1 on TV lights up). Press again to switch on TV from standby mode. To save energy we recommend switching off completely when TV is not in use. After 15 minutes without a signal and without any button being pressed, the TV switches automatically into standby mode. A/B Selecting TV mode Press to switch off teletext or video input. 3 1 2 Back to the channel last watched 6 4 5 Press to watch the last channel selected (watched for 9 7 8 at least 5 seconds). Selecting channels 0 Press to select the next or PROG previous channel. Displaying the menu system Press to display the menu on the TV screen. Press again to remove the menu display MENU from the TV screen. Menu selection Scroll Up Scroll Down Previous menu or selection Next menu or selection Confirm your selection Selecting Teletext Press to switch on teletext. TV Selecting screen format Press to view programmes in 16:9 mode. Press again to return to 4:3 mode.

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Besides TV functions, all coloured buttons as well as green symbols are also used for Teletext operation. For more details, please refer to Teletext section of this instruction manual (see page 16).
Overview

Overview of TV Buttons

Displaying Selecting the menu Input source system

Volume control buttons

Programme Up or Down buttons (selects TV channels)

Lift up the door flap with mark to reveal the control panel.

Standby indicator

On/Off switch

Video Input jack

Audio Input Headphone jack jack

Inserting Batteries into the Remote Control


Make sure you insert the supplied batteries using the correct polarities. Always remember to dispose of used batteries in an environmental friendly way.

Overview-Installation

Connecting an Indoor Aerial (only for KV-14CT1B)


For a better reception we recommend you connect an external aerial. However, where an external aerial is not available and your local VHF/UHF signal is strong, you can connect the supplied indoor aerial as follows:

1 Insert the aerial into the opening on top of the set until it clicks.

2 Connect the aerial connector to the aerial socket on the rear of the
set.

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3 After switching on the TV, adjust the aerial for optimum reception.

Connecting an Outdoor Aerial and VCR


Connecting cables are not supplied.

or

VCR
OUT IN

Scart lead is optional. For more details of VCR connection, please refer to the section Connecting Optional Equipment of this instruction manual (see page 17).
Installation

Switching On the TV and Automatically Tuning


The first time you switch on your TV, a sequence of menu screens appear on the TV enabling you to: 1) choose the language of the menu screen, 2) choose the country in which you wish to operate the TV, 3) search and store all available channels (TV Broadcast), 4) change the order in which the channels (TV Broadcast) appear on the screen and 5) adjust the picture slant (only for KV-21CT1B). However, if you need to change any of these settings at a later date, you can do that by selecting the appropriate option in the (Set Up) or (Channel Set Up) menu.

1 Connect the TV plug to the mains socket (220-240 V AC, 50 Hz).


Press ! On/Off button on the TV set to switch on the TV. The first time you switch on the TV, a Language menu displays automatically on the TV screen.

2 Press 2 +/ button on the top control panel to select the language,


then press t to confirm your selection. From now on all menus will appear in the selected language.

Language Svenska Norsk English Nederlands Franais Select language Select [ 2+] Confirm [t]

3 The Country menu appears automatically on the TV screen. Press


2 +/ button to select the country in which you will operate the TV set, then press t to confirm your selection. If the country in which you want to use the TV set does not appear in the list, select - instead of a country. In order to avoid wrong teletext characters for Cyrillic languages we recommend to select Russia in the case that your own country does not appear in the list.

Country Sverige Norge Italia Schweiz/Suisse/Svizzera Select Country Select [ 2+] Confirm [t]

4 Ensure the aerial is connected as instructed, then press t to


confirm. The TV automatically starts searching and storing all available broadcast channels for you. This procedure could take some minutes. Please be patient and do not press any buttons, otherwise automatic tuning will not be completed. If no channels were found during the auto tuning process, a new menu appears automatically on the screen asking you to connect the aerial. Please connect the aerial (see page 7) and press t. The auto tuning process will start again.

Initial Set Up First please connect aerial Do you want to start automatic tuning? Yes No Select [ 2+] Confirm [t] End

Auto Tuning No channel found Please connect aerial OK

Confirm [t] End

First Time Operation

5 After all available channels are captured and stored, the


Programme Sorting menu appears automatically on the screen enabling you to change the order in which the channels appear on the screen.

a) If you wish to keep the broadcast channels in the tuned order,


press MENU.

Programme Sorting Programme: 01 TVE 02 TVE2 03 TV3 04 C33 Select channel Select [ 2+] Confirm [t] Exit

b) If you wish to store the channels in a different order:


1 Press 2 +/ to select the programme number with the channel (TV Broadcast) you wish to rearrange, then press t. 2 Press 2 +/ to select the new programme number position for your selected channel (TV Broadcast), then press t. 3 Repeat steps b) 1 and b) 2 if you wish to change the order of the other channels.
Programme Sorting Programme: 01 TVE 02 TVE2 03 TV3 04 C33 03 TV3 Select new position Select [ 2+] Confirm [t] Exit

The following option is only available for KV-21CT1B. Because of the earths magnetism, the picture might slant. The Picture Rotation menu allows you to correct the picture slants if it is necessary.
Picture Rotation
[ 2] [2+]

a) If it is not necessary, press t. b) If it is necessary, press 2 +/ to correct any slant of the


picture. Finally press t to store.

Select [ 2+] Confirm [t] End

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To allow this menu to appear again, press and hold MENU button at top control panel for about 5 seconds. The MENU, and / / / buttons on the remote control can also be used for the operations above. Your TV is now ready for use.

First Time Operation

Introducing and Using the Menu System


Your TV uses an on-screen menu system to guide you through the operations. Use the following buttons on the Remote Control to operate the menu system:

1 Press MENU to switch the menu on.

2 To highlight the desired menu or option, press


To enter to the selected menu or option, press To return to the last menu or option, press . To alter settings of your selected option, press To confirm and store your selection, press . .

or / /

.
or .

3 Press MENU to remove the menu from the screen.

Picture
Picture Mode: Picture Adjustment Intelligent Picture: Live On Picture Mode: Picture Adjustment Intelligent Picture: Live On

The Picture menu allows you to alter the picture adjustments. To do this: After selecting the item you want to alter, press , then press / / or repeatedly to adjust it and finally press to store the new adjustment. This menu also allows you to customize the picture mode based on the programme you are watching:

Select

Confirm

End

Select

Confirm

End

Mode

Live (for enhanced picture contrast and sharpness). Movie (for a finely detailed picture). Game (for a picture from game). Personal (for your own custom settings). Contrast Brightness Colour Press Press Press Press Press Press or or or or or or to reduce picture contrast. to enhance picture contrast. to darken the picture. to brighten the picture. to decrease colour intensity. to increase colour intensity.

Picture Adjustment

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Menu System

Hue

Press Press

or or

to decrease the green tones. to increase the green tones.

Hue can only be adjusted for NTSC colour signal (e.g. USA video tapes). Sharpness Reset Intelligent Picture On/Off Press Press Select or or to soften the picture. to sharpen the picture.

to reset the picture to the factory preset levels.

Select to optimize the picture quality. E.g. reduce noise level when signal is weak.

If any changes are made to Picture Adjustment, Mode will switch automatically to Personal and the new setting will be stored as Personal.

Sound
Sound Auto Volume: Off
Sound Auto Volume: Off

The Sound menu allows you to alter the sound adjustments.

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Select Confirm End
Select Confirm End

Auto Volume

On/Off Volume level of the channels will stay the same, independent of the broadcast signal (e.g. in the case of advertisements).

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Timer
Timer Sleep Timer: On Timer: Off Off Timer Sleep Timer: On Timer: Off Off

The Timer menu allows you to alter the timer adjustments.

Select

Confirm

End

Select

Confirm

End

Sleep Timer

The Sleep Timer option in the Timer menu allows you to select a time period for the TV to switch itself automatically into the standby mode. To do this: After selecting the option, press , then press or to set the time period delay (max. of 1 hour 30 minutes) and finally press to store. While watching the TV, you can press the button on the remote control to display the time remaining. One minute before the TV switches itself into standby mode, TV will turn off soon is displayed on the TV screen automatically.

On Timer

The On Timer option in the Timer menu allows you to select a time period for the TV to switch itself automatically on from standby mode. To do this: After selecting the option, press , then press or to set the time period delay (max. of 12 hours) and finally press to store. Finally press the standby button &/1 on the remote control. After the selected length of time, the TV switches on automatically and On Timer will appear on the screen. The standby indicator 1 on the TV set lights up in amber to indicate that On Timer is active. Any loss of power will cause these settings to be cleared. If no buttons are pressed for more than one hour after the TV is turned on using the On Timer, the TV automatically goes into standby mode.

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Menu System

Channel Set Up
Channel Set Up Auto Tuning Programme Sorting Programme Labels Manual Programme Preset Channel Set Up Auto Tuning Programme Sorting Programme Labels Manual Programme Preset

The Channel Set Up menu allows you to preset channels on this TV.

Select

Confirm

End

Select

Confirm

End

Auto Tuning

The Auto Tuning option in the Channel Set Up menu allows you to automatically search and store all available TV channels. To do this: After selecting the option, press and then proceed in the same way as in the step 4 of the section Switching On the TV and Automatically Tuning (see page 8).

Programme Sorting

The Programme Sorting option in the Channel Set Up menu allows you to change the order in which the channels (TV Broadcast) appear on the screen. To do this: After selecting the option, press and then proceed in the same way as in step 5b) of the section Switching On the TV and Automatically Tuning (see page 9).

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Programme Labels The Programme Labels option in the Channel Set Up menu allows you to name a channel using up to five characters (letters or numbers). To do this: or to select the 1 After selecting the option, press . Press programme number with the channel you wish to name, then press . 2 Press . With the first element of the label column highlighted, press or to select a letter or number (select _ for a blank), then press to confirm this character. Select the other four characters in the same way. Finally press to store. continued...

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Manual Programme Preset

The Manual Programme Preset option in the Channel Set Up menu allows you to: a) Preset channels or a video input source one by one to the programme order of your choice. To do this: 1 After selecting the Manual Programme Preset option, press . Highlight the Programme option and press . Press or to select a programme number on which you want to preset the channel (for VCR, select programme number 0), then press . The following option is only available depending on the country you have selected in the Language/Country menu. 2 After selecting the System option, press . Press or to select the TV Broadcast system (B/G for western European countries, L for France, I for United Kingdom or D/K for . eastern European countries), then press or After selecting the Channel option, press . Then press to select the channel tuning (C for terrestrial channels or S for cable channels). Next press . After that, press the number buttons to directly enter the channel number of the TV Broadcast. If you do not know the channel number, press or to search for it. When you tune the desired channel, press twice to store. Repeat all the above steps to tune and store more channels. b) Normally the automatic fine tuning (AFT) will give the best possible picture, however you can manually fine tune the TV to obtain a better picture if the picture is distorted. To do this: While watching the channel (TV Broadcast) you wish to fine or to tune, select the AFT option and press . Next press adjust the fine tuning between -15 and +15. Finally press twice to store. c) Skip any unwanted programme numbers when they are selected with the PROG +/ button. To do this: Highlighting the Programme option, press PROG +/ to select the programme number you want to skip. When the programme you want to skip appears on the screen, select the or to select Yes. Skip option and press . Next press Finally press twice to confirm and store. To cancel this function afterwards, select No instead of Yes in the step above.

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Menu System

Set Up
Set Up Language/Country Picture Rotation RGB Centring: 0 Set Up Language/Country Picture Rotation RGB Centring:

The Set Up menu allows you to alter various options on this TV.
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Select

Confirm

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Select

Confirm

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Language/ Country

The Language/Country option in the Set Up menu allows you to select the language that the menus are displayed in. To do this: After selecting the option, press and then proceed in the same way as in the step 2 and 3 of the section Switching On the TV and Automatically Tuning (see page 8).

Picture Rotation Because of the earths magnetism, the picture might slant. In this case, you can correct the picture slant by using the option Picture (only for Rotation in the Set Up menu. KV-21CT1B) To do this: After selecting the option, press . Press or ( any slant of the picture. Finally press to store. RGB Centring or ) to correct

When connecting an RGB source, such as a PlayStation, you may need to readjust the horizontal position of the picture. In that case, you can readjust it through the RGB Centring option in the Set Up menu. To do this: While watching an RGB source, select the RGB Centring option and press . Press or to adjust the centre of the picture between -10 and +10. Finally press to confirm and store.

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Teletext
Teletext is an information service transmitted by most TV stations. The index page of the Teletext service (usually page 100) gives you information on how to use the service. To operate Teletext, use the remote control buttons as indicated below. Be sure to use a channel (TV Broadcast) with a strong signal, otherwise Teletext errors may occur. To switch on Teletext: After selecting the TV channel which carries the Teletext service you wish to view, press .

TELETEXT
Index Programme News Sport Weather 25 153

101 To select a Teletext page: 98 Input 3 digits for the page number, using the numbered buttons. If you have made a mistake, retype the correct page number. If the counter on the screen continues searching, it is because this page is not available. In that case, input another page number.

To check the contents of a Teletext service: Press . To access the next or preceding page: Press or . To superimpose teletext on to the TV: Whilst you are viewing Teletext, press . Press it again to cancel Teletext mode.

To freeze a teletext page: Some Teletext pages have sub-pages which follow on automatically. To stop them, press . Press it again to cancel the freeze. To reveal concealed information (e.g., answer to a quiz): Press . Press it again to conceal the information. To enlarge the Teletext display: Press . Each time you press , the Teletext display changes as follows: Enlarge upper half t Enlarge lower half t Normal size. To stand by for a Teletext page while watching a TV program. 1 Enter the Teletext number that you want to refer to, then press . 2 When the page number is displayed, press to show the Text. To switch off Teletext: Press .

Fastext
Fastext service lets you access pages with one push of a button. While you are in Teletext mode and Fastext is broadcast, a colour coded menu appears at the bottom of the teletext page. Press the colour button (red, green, yellow or blue) to access the corresponding page.

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Teletext

Connecting Optional Equipment


Using the following instructions, you can connect a wide range of optional equipment to your TV set (connecting cables are not supplied).

8mm/Hi8/ DVC camcorder

DVD/VCR
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PlayStation* C decoder * PlayStation is a product of Sony Computer Entertainment, Inc. * PlayStation is a trademark of Sony Computer Entertainment, Inc.

When you connect the headphones, the TV speakers will automatically be muted

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Connecting a VCR:
To connect a VCR, please refer to the section Connecting an outdoor aerial and VCR of this instruction manual. We recommend you connect your VCR using a Scart lead. If you do not have a Scart lead, tune in the VCR test signal to the TV programme number 0 by using the Manual Programme Preset option (for details on how to manually programme these presets, see page 14, step a). Refer to your VCR instruction manual to find out how to find the output channel of your VCR.

Using Optional Equipment


1 2 3
Connect your equipment to the designated TV socket, as indicated above. Switch on the connected equipment. To watch the picture of the connected equipment, press input symbol appears on the screen. Symbol 1 1 2 repeatedly until the correct

Input Signals Audio / video input signal through the Scart connector C RGB input signal through the Scart connector C. This symbol appears only if a RGB source has been connected. Video input signal through the phono socket A and Audio input signal through B. button on the remote control to return to the normal TV picture.

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Specifications
TV system: Depending on your country selection: B/G/H, L, I, D/K Colour system: PAL, SECAM NTSC 3.58, 4.43 (only Video In) Channel Coverage: VHF: E2-E12 UHF: E21-E69 CATV: S1-S20 HYPER: S21-S41 L: F2-F10, B-Q, F21-F69 I: UHF B21-B69 D/K: R1-R12, R21-R69 Picture Tube: Flat Display FD Trinitron Rear Terminals i1/ 21-pin Scart connector (CENELEC standard) including audio/video input, RGB input, TV audio/video output. Front Terminals t2 video input phono jack 2 audio input phono jack headphones jack Sound Output: 1 x 6 W (music power) 1 x 3 W (RMS) Power Consumption: KV-21CT1B: 56 W KV-14CT1B: 50 W Standby Power Consumption: <1W Dimensions (w x h x d): KV-21CT1B: Approx. 497 x 461 x 487 mm KV-14CT1B: Approx. 374 x 355 x 420 mm Weight: KV-21CT1B: Approx. 24 kg KV-14CT1B: Approx. 11 kg Accessories supplied: 1 Remote Control (RM-W100) 2 Batteries (IEC designated) 1 Aerial (only for KV-14CT1B) Other features: Teletext, Fastext, TOPtext Sleep Timer On Timer

Design and specifications are subject to change without notice. Ecological Paper- Totally Chlorine Free

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Troubleshooting
Here are some simple solutions to the problems which may affect the picture and sound. Problem No picture (screen is dark) and no sound. Solution Check the aerial connection. Plug the TV in and press the ! button on the front of TV. If the standby indicator 1 is on, press &/1 button on the remote control. Using the menu system, select the Picture Adjustment menu and select Reset to return to the factory settings (see page 10). Check that the optional equipment is on and press repeatedly on the remote control until the correct input symbol is displayed on the screen (see page 17). Press the + button on the remote control. Check that headphones are not connected. Using the menu system, select the Picture Adjustment menu and select Reset to return to factory settings (see page 10). Turn off any equipment connected to the Scart connector on the rear of the TV. Using the menu system, enter the Language/ Country option in the Set Up menu and select the country in which you operate the TV set. For Cyrillic languages, we recommend to select Russia in the case that your own country does not appear in the list (see page 15). Using the menu system, select the Picture Rotation option in the Set Up menu to correct the picture slant (see page 15). Using the menu system, select the Manual Programme Preset menu and adjust Fine Tuning (AFT) to obtain better picture reception (see page 14). Using the menu system, select the Intelligent Picture option in the Picture menu and select On to reduce the noise in the picture (see page 10). Replace the batteries. Contact your nearest Sony service centre.

Poor or no picture (screen is dark), but good sound. No picture or no menu information from equipment connected to the Scart connector. Good picture, no sound. No colour on colour programmes.

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Distorted picture when changing programmes or selecting teletext. Wrong characters appear when viewing teletext.

Picture slanted (only for KV-21CT1B). Noisy picture when viewing a TV channel.

Remote control does not function. The standby indicator 1 on the TV flashes red.

In case of problems, have your TV serviced by qualified personnel. Never open the casing yourself.

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KV-21CT1B

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