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SERVICE MANUAL MODEL

KV-25FX20A KV-25FX20B KV-25FX20D KV-25FX20E KV-25FX20K KV-25FX20R

COMMANDER

DEST

CHASSIS NO.

RM-887

Italian

SCC-Q32B-A

RM-887

French

SCC-Q33B-A

RM-887

AEP

SCC-Q31B-A

RM-887

Spanish

SCC-Q34B-A

RM-887

OIRT

SCC-Q36C-A

RM-887

OIRT

SCC-Q36D-A

FE-1A MODEL

COMMANDER

KV-29FX20A RM-887 KV-29FX20B RM-887 KV-29FX20D RM-887 KV-29FX201D RM-887 KV-29FX20E RM-887 KV-29FX201E RM-887 KV-29FX20K RM-887 KV-29FX20R RM-887 KV-29FX20U RM-887

CHASSIS

DEST

CHASSIS NO.

Italian

SCC-Q32A-A

French

SCC-Q33A-A

AEP

SCC-Q31A-A

AEP

SCC-Q31E-A

Spanish

SCC-Q34A-A

ESP

SCC-Q34E-A

OIRT

SCC-Q36B-A

OIRT

SCC-Q36A-A

UK

SCC-Q35A-A

TRINITRON ® COLOR TV ®

MICROFILM

1

ITEM MODEL

Italian

Television System

B/G/H

French

B/G/H, D/K, L, I

Stereo System

GERMAN Stereo

GERMAN/NICAM Stereo

Channel Coverage

Color System

ITALIA VHF : A-H2 (C) UHF : 21-69 PAL B/G/H VHF : E2-E12 UHF : E21-E69 CABLE TV (1) : S1-S41 CABLE TV (2) : S01-S05, M1-M10, U1-U10

PAL, SECAM NTSC4.43, NTSC3.58 (VIDEO IN)

L VHF : F02-F10 UHF : F21-F60 CABLE : B-Q B/G/H VHF : E2-E12 UHF : E21-E69 CABLE TV (1) : S1-S41 CABLE TV (2) : S01-S05, M1-M10, U1-U10 ITALIA VHF : A-H2 (C) UHF : 21-69 I UHF : B21-B69

PAL, SECAM NTSC4.43, NTSC3.58 (VIDEO IN)

PAL, SECAM NTSC4.43, NTSC3.58 (VIDEO IN)

AEP

B/G/H

GERMAN Stereo

PAL B/G/H VHF : E2-E12 UHF : E21-E69 CABLE TV (1) : S1-S41 CABLE TV (2) : S01-S05, M1-M10, U1-U10 ITALIA VHF : A-H2 (C) UHF : 21-69 D/K VHF : R01-R12 UHF : R21-R69

Spanish

B/G/H, D/K

GERMAN/NICAM Stereo

PAL B/G VHF : E2-E12 UHF : E21-E69 CABLE TV (1) : S1-S41 CABLE TV (2) : S01-S05, M1-M10, U1-U10 ITALIA VHF : A-H2 (C) UHF : 21-69

PAL, SECAM NTSC4.43, NTSC3.58 (VIDEO IN)

B/G/H VHF : E2-E12 UHF : E21-E69 CABLE TV (1) : S1-S41 D/K VHF : R01-R12 UHF : R21-R69

PAL, SECAM NTSC4.43, NTSC3.58 (VIDEO IN)

UHF : B21-B69

PAL NTSC4.43, NTSC3.58 (VIDEO IN)

OIRT

B/G/H, D/K

KV-25FX20K/29FX20K GERMAN/NICAM Stereo KV-25FX20R/29FX20R GERMAN Stereo

UK

I

NICAM Stereo

MODEL

25FX20A

25FX20B

25FX20D

25FX20E

25FX20K

25FX20R

Power Consumption

100W

100W

100W

100W

100W

100W

MODEL

29FX20A

29FX20B

29FX20D

29FX20E

29FX20K

29FX20R

29FX20U

Power Consumption

120W

120W

120W

120W

120W

120W

150W

[PICTURE TUBE] KV-25FX20

KV-29FX20

[FRONT] FD Trinitron Approx. 63cm (25 inches) (Approx. 59cm picture measured diagonally) 110 degree deflection

Video input - phono jack Audio inputs - phono jacks S Video input - 4 pin din Headphone jacks : stereo minijack Sound output Subwoofer Power requirements Dimensions KV-25FX20 KV-29FX20 Weight KV-25FX20 KV-29FX20 Supplied accessories

FD Trinitron Approx. 72cm (29 inches) (Approx. 68cm picture measured diagonally) 110 degree deflection

Input/Output Terminals [REAR] 21-pin Euro connector (CENELEC standard). Inputs for Audio and Video signals. Inputs for RGB. Outputs of TV Video and Audio signals.

-

2 -

21-pin Euro connector. inputs for Audio and Video signals. inputs for S Video. outputs for Audio and Video signals (selectable).

-

Phono Jack Outputs for Audio Signals

Other features

2 x 14W (Music Power) 30W (Music Power) 220 - 240V Approx 655x509x476mm (w/h/d) Approx 746x569x516mm (w/h/d) Approx 37kg Approx 47.5kg RM-887 Remote Commander (1) IEC designated R6 battery (2) NICAM*, FASTEXT, TOPTEXT *(KV-25FX20B/25FX20E/25FX20K/ KV-29FX20B/29FX20E/29FX20K/ KV-29FX20U only)

2

[RM-887] Remote control system Power requirements

Dimensions Weight

Infrared control 3V dc 2 batteries IEC designation R6 (size AA) Approx 44x209x23mm (w/h/d) Approx 89g (Not including battery)

Design and specifications are subject to change without notice. Model Name

KV-25FX20A

KV-25FX20B

KV-25FX20D

KV-25FX20E

KV-25FX20K

KV-25FX20R

KV-29FX20A

KV-29FX20B

KV-29FX20D

KV-29FX20E

KV-29FX20K

KV-29FX20R

Pal Comb

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

PIP

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

RGB Priority

OFF

ON

ON

ON

OFF

OFF

OFF

Woofer Box

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

Scart 1

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

Scart 2

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

Front in (3)

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

Scart 4

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

Projector

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

AKB in 16:9 mode

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

Norm B/G

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

OFF

Norm I

OFF

ON

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

ON

Norm D/K

OFF

ON

OFF

ON

ON

ON

OFF

Norm AUS

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

Norm L

OFF

ON

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

Norm SAT

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

Norm M

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

Teletext

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

Nicam Stereo

OFF

ON

OFF

ON

ON

OFF

ON

Italian

French

German

Spanish

OIRT

OIRT

English

KV-29FX20U Item

Language Preset

WARNING (KV-29FX20U only) The flexible mains lead is supplied connected to a B.S. 1363 fused plug having a fuse of 5 AMP capacity. Should the fuse need to be replaced, use a 5 AMP FUSE approved by ASTA to BS 1362, ie one that carries the ASA T mark. IF THE PLUG SUPPLIED WITH THIS APPLIANCE IS NOT SUITABLE FOR THE OUTLET SOCKETS IN YOUR HOME, IT SHOULD BE CUT OFF AND AN 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 OUTLET 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 screwdriver blade and replace the fuse. FUSE

3

21 pin connector (

1/

,

2/

)

Pin No

1

2

4

Signal

1

21 20 19

Standard level : 0.5V rms Output impedence : Less than 1kohm*

2

Audio output B (right)

Standard level : 0.5V rms Output impedence : More than 10kohm*

3

Audio output A (left)

Standard level : 0.5V rms Output impedence : Less than 1kohm*

4

Ground (audio)

5

Ground (blue)

6

Audio input A (left)

Standard level : 0.5V rms Output impedence : More than 10kohm*

7

Blue input

0.7 +/- 3dB, 75 ohms positive

8

Function select (AV control)

High state (9.5-12V) : Part mode Low state (0-2V) : TV mode Input impedence : More than 10K ohms Input capacitance : Less than 2nF

9

Ground (green)

10

Open

11

Green

12

Open

13

Ground (red)

14

16 15

_ 15

_

_

Red input

0.7 +/- 3dB, 75 ohms, positive

(S signal Chroma input)

0.3 +/- 3dB, 75 ohms, positive High state (1-3V) Low state (0-0.4V) Input impedence : 75 ohms

14

16

Blanking input (Ys signal)

12

17

Ground (video output)

10

18

Ground (video input)

8

19

Video output

1V +/- 3dB, 75ohms, positive sync 0.3V (-3+10dB)

Video input

1V +/- 3dB, 75ohms, positive sync 0.3V (-3+10dB)

Video input Y (S signal)

1V +/- 3dB, 75ohms, positive sync 0.3V (-3+10dB)

13 11 9 7

_

6 5

Green signal : 0.7 +/- 3dB, 75 ohms, positive

Ground (blanking)

18 17

Signal level

Audio output B (right)

20

4

3 2

_

_

21

Common ground (plug, shield)

1 Connected

Pin No.

4

Not Connected (open)

* at 20Hz - 20kHz

Signal Level

Signal

1

Ground

2

Ground

3

Y (S signal) input

1V

4

C (S signal) input

0.3V

3dB 75 ohm, positive Sync. 0.3V -3 + 10dB 3dB 75 ohm, positive Sync.

TABLE OF CONTENTS Section

Title Warning and Caution FE-1A Self Diagnostic Software

Page

Section

Title

4-1. 4-2.

1. GENERAL Overview of Remote Control Buttons Manually Tuning the TV Fine Tuning Channels Adjusting the Picture Adjusting the Sound Using the Sleep Timer Viewing Teletext Using Optional Equipment Troubleshooting Specifications

Rear Cover Removal Chassis Assy Removal Service Position H Board Removal S1 Board Removal Picture Tube Removal Removal and Replacement of the Main - Bracket bottom plates

Electrical Adjustments Test Mode 2

.....................7

5. DIAGRAMS

.....................7 .....................8 .....................8 .....................9 .....................9 .....................10 .....................10 .....................11 .....................11

5-1.

.....................12 .....................12 .....................13 .....................13 .....................13 .....................14 .....................15

5-4. 5-5.

5-2. 5-3.

2. DISASSEMBLY 2-1. 2-2. 2-3. 2-4. 2-5. 2-6. 2-7.

Page

4. CIRCUIT ADJUSTMENTS

.....................3 .....................6

Block Diagram (1) Block Diagram (2) Circuit Board Location Schematic Diagrams and Printed Wiring Boards * S1 Board * F Board * K Board * H Board * A Board * VM Board * C Board Semiconductors IC Blocks

.....................20 .....................23

.....................25 .....................29 .....................32 .....................32 .....................33 .....................34 .....................36 .....................37 .....................41 .....................46 .....................50 .....................51 .....................53

6. EXPLODED VIEWS 6-1. 6-2.

Chassis Picture Tube

7. ELECTRICAL PARTS LIST

.....................54 .....................56 .....................57

3. SET-UP ADJUSTMENTS 3-1. 3-2. 3-3. 3-4.

Beam Landing Convergence Focus White Balance

.....................16 .....................17 .....................19 .....................19

CAUTION

ATTENTION

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

APRES AVOIR DECONNECTE LE CAP DE’LANODE, COURT-CIRCUITER L’ANODE DU TUBE CATHODIQUE ET CELUI DE L’ANODE DU CAP AU CHASSIS METALLIQUE DE L’APPAREIL, OU AU COUCHE DE CARBONE PEINTE SUR LE TUBE CATHODIQUE OU AU BLINDAGE DU TUBE CATHODIQUE.

WARNING !! AN ISOLATING 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.

ATTENTION !! AFIN D’EVITER TOUT RISQUE D’ELECTROCUTION PROVENANT D’UN CHÁSSIS SOUS TENTION, UN TRANSFORMATEUR D’ISOLEMENT DOIT ETRE UTILISÈ LORS DE TOUT DÈPANNAGE. LE CHÁSSIS DE CE RÈCEPTEUR EST DIRECTMENT RACCORDÈ Á L’ALIMENTATION 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 Á LA SÈCURITÈ !! LES COMPOSANTS IDENTIFIÈS PAR UNE TRAME ET PAR UNE MARQUE SUR LES SCHÈMAS DE PRINCIPE, LES VUES EXPLOSÈES ET LES LISTES DE PIECES SONT D’UNE IMPORTANCE CRITIQUE POUR LA SÈCURITÈ DU FONCTIONNEMENT, NE LES REMPLACER QUE PAR DES COMPSANTS SONY DONT LE NUMÈRO DE PIÈCE EST INDIQUÈ DANS LE PRÈSENT MANUEL OU DANS DES SUPPLÈMENTS PUBLIÈS PAR SONY.

5

FE-1A SELF DIAGNOSTIC SOFTWARE The identification of errors within the FE-1A chassis is triggered in one of two ways :- 1: Busy or 2: Device failure to respond to IIC. In the event of one of these situations arising the software will first try to release the bus if busy (Failure to do so will report with continuous flashing LED) and then communicate with each device in turn to establish if a device is faulty. If a device is found to be faulty the relevant device number will be displayed through the LED (Series of flashes which must be counted) See Table 1., non fatal errors are reported using this method. Each time the software detects an error it is stored within the NVM. See Table 2.

Table 1

How to enter into Table 2

LED ERROR COUNT

ERROR No error

00

Not allowed (may be confused with Sircs response flash!)

01

Protection circuit trip < ANY TIME >

02

Reserved

03

No vertical sync

04

AKB

05

IIC bus clock and/or data lines low at Power ON

06

NVM no IIC bus acknowledge at Power ON

07

Jungle controller no IIC acknowledge at Power ON

08

Tuner no acknowledge at Power ON

09

Sound processor no acknowledge at Power ON

10

1. 2.

Turn on the main power switch of the TV set and enter into the ‘Standby Mode’. Press the following sequence of buttons on the Remote Commander.

i+

5

(ON SCREEN DISPLAY)

(DIGIT 5)

3.

The following table will be displayed indicating the error count.

Error 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

StBy LED ON

OFF

(TV)

Table 2

Flash Timing Example : e.g. error number 3

ON

(VOLUME -)

ON

Times -

OFF

Note: To clear the error count data press ‘80’ on the Remote commander.

6

The operating instructions mentioned here are partial abstracts from the Operating Manual. The page numbers of the Operating Instruction Manual remain as in the manual.

SECTION 1 GENERAL

Getting Started - Overview

Advanced Operation - Advanced Presetting

Overview of Remote Control Buttons

Manually Tuning the TV Use this function to preset channels or a video input source one by one to the programme order of your choice.

Muting the Sound Press to mute TV sound. Press again to restore the sound. Displaying On Screen Information Press to display all on-screen indications. Press again to cancel. +.--+++++-++++ Selecting channels Press to select channels.

7

For double-digit programme numbers, e.g. 23, press -/-- first, then the buttons 2 and 3. 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. +++++++++++++++... Selecting TV mode Press to switch off Teletext or video input. +++++++++++++++++... Selecting Teletext Press to switch on Teletext.

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

0 MENU

To Temporarily Switch Off TV Press to temporarily switch off TV (the standby indicator 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 15-30 minutes without a TV signal and without any button being pressed, the TV switches automatically into standby mode. Selecting Input source Press repeatedly until the desired input symbol of the source appears on the TV screen.

PROGR

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

2

Press the button to select the to enter to the SET UP menu.

3

Press the button to select MANUAL PROGRAMME, then press the button.

4

With the cursor highlighting PROGRAMME, press the button and then, press the or button to select on which programme number you want to preset a channel. Press the OK button.

SET UP: MANUAL PROGRAMME PROGRAMME: 01 SYSTEM: I CHANNEL: C 21 AFT: ON NO SKIP: OFF DECODER: CONFIRM

5

Press the button to select CHANNEL, then press the button. Press or button to select the channel tuning, "C" for terrestrial channels or "S" for cable channels. Press the button.

SET UP: MANUAL PROGRAMME PROGRAMME: SYSTEM: CHANNEL: AFT: SKIP: DECODER: CONFIRM

6

Press the number buttons to enter the channel number of the TV Broadcast or press the or button to search for the next available channel. If you do not wish to store this channel, press the or button to continue searching for the desired channel.

7

If this is the desired channel you wish to store, press the OK button and then, with the cursor highlighting CONFIRM , press the OK button again.

8

Repeat steps 4 to 7 if you wish to store more channels.

9

Press the MENU button to exit and return to the normal TV screen.

K

PROGR

Menu selection Scroll Up Scroll Down Previous menu or selection Next menu or selection OK Confirms your selection

RM 887

RM 887

Selecting Screen format Press to view programmes in 16:9 mode. Press again to return to 4:3 mode.

S

symbol, then press the

button

PICTURE CONTROL MODE: PERSONAL CONTRAST BRIGHTNESS COLOUR SHARPNESS HUE RESET

SET UP PICTURE ROTATION: 0 LANGUAGE: ENGLISH AUTO PROGRAMME PROGRAMME SORTING MANUAL PROGRAMME

SET UP PICTURE ROTATION: 0 LANGUAGE: ENGLISH AUTO PROGRAMME PROGRAMME SORTING MANUAL PROGRAMME

MENU

Displaying the menu system Press to display the menu on the TV screen. Press again to remove the menu display from the TV screen.

Selecting Sound mode Press to change the sound mode. +++++++++++++++++... Selecting Picture mode Press to change the picture mode. +++++++++++++++++... Adjusting TV Volume Press to adjust the volume of the TV.

2

Press the MENU button on the remote control to display the menu on the TV screen.

0

Back to the channel last watched Press to watch the last channel selected (watched for at least 5 seconds).

K

1

PICTURE CONTROL MODE: PERSONAL CONTRAST BRIGHTNESS COLOUR SHARPNESS HUE RESET

1

S

This button only works in Teletext mode. Selecting channels Press to select the next or previous channel.

01 I C 21 ON NO OFF

SET UP: MANUAL PROGRAMME PROGRAMME: 01 SYSTEM: I CHANNEL: C 21 AFT: ON NO SKIP: OFF DECODER: CONFIRM

SET UP: MANUAL PROGRAMME PROGRAMME: SYSTEM: CHANNEL: AFT: SKIP: DECODER: CONFIRM

01 I C 21 ON NO OFF

Your TV is now ready for use.

Besides TV functions, all coloured buttons are also used for Teletext operation. For more details, please refer to the "Teletext" section of this instruction manual. Getting Started - Overview

7

Advanced Operation - Advanced Presetting

13

Advanced Operation - Advanced Presetting

Advanced Operation - Advanced TV Operation

Fine Tuning Channels

Adjusting the Picture

Normally, the automatic fine tuning (AFT) function is operating. If the picture is distorted, however, you can manually fine tune the TV to obtain a better picture reception.

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

1

Select the channel (TV Broadcast) you wish to fine tune, then press the MENU button on the remote control to display the menu on the TV screen.

2

Press the button to select the to enter to the SET UP menu.

3

symbol, then press the

button

Press the button to select MANUAL PROGRAMME, then press the button.

0

PICTURE CONTROL MODE: PERSONAL CONTRAST BRIGHTNESS COLOUR SHARPNESS HUE RESET

SET UP PICTURE ROTATION: 0 LANGUAGE: ENGLISH AUTO PROGRAMME PROGRAMME SORTING MANUAL PROGRAMME

SET UP PICTURE ROTATION: 0 LANGUAGE: ENGLISH AUTO PROGRAMME PROGRAMME SORTING MANUAL PROGRAMME

Although the picture is adjusted at the factory, you can modify it to suit your own taste.

PICTURE CONTROL MODE: PERSONAL CONTRAST BRIGHTNESS COLOUR SHARPNESS HUE RESET

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

1

Press the MENU button on the remote control to display the menu on the TV screen.

2

Press the

button to enter to the PICTURE CONTROL menu.

3

Press the

or

4

With the cursor highlighting the item you wish to change, press the button. (Refer to the table below for the effect of each control).

0

4

Press the

button to select AFT , then press the

button.

K

SET UP: MANUAL PROGRAMME PROGRAMME: 01 SYSTEM: I CHANNEL: C 21 AFT: ON NO SKIP: OFF DECODER: CONFIRM

K

PICTURE CONTROL

OPERATION / EFFECT

MODE

CONTRAST BRIGHTNESS* COLOUR* SHARPNESS*

PERSONAL (for individual settings) LIVE (for live broadcast programmes) MOVIE (for films) More Less Brighter Darker Less More Softer Sharper

HUE**

Greenish

8 RM 887

5

Press the or button to adjust the fine tuning (-15 to +15), then press the OK button.

6

With the cursor highlighting CONFIRM , press the OK button to store.

SET UP: MANUAL PROGRAMME PROGRAMME: 01 SYSTEM: I CHANNEL: C 21 AFT: +2 NO SKIP: OFF DECODER: CONFIRM

SET UP: MANUAL PROGRAMME PROGRAMME: 01 SYSTEM: I CHANNEL: C 21 AFT: +2 NO SKIP: OFF DECODER: CONFIRM

PROGR

RESET

RM 887

PICTURE CONTROL MODE: PERSONAL CONTRAST BRIGHTNESS COLOUR SHARPNESS HUE RESET

PICTURE CONTROL MODE: PERSONAL CONTRAST BRIGHTNESS COLOUR SHARPNESS HUE RESET

7

8

Press the MENU button to exit and return to the normal TV screen.

Repeat steps 1 to 7 to fine tune other channels.

Advanced Operation - Advanced Presetting

Reddish

Resets picture to the factory preset levels.

5

Press the / or / button to alter the selected item, then press the OK button to store the new adjustment.

6

Repeat steps 3 to 5 to alter the other items.

7

Press the MENU button to exit and return to the normal TV screen.

Changing Picture Mode Quickly 1

Your TV is now ready for use.

PICTURE CONTROL MODE: PERSONAL CONTRAST BRIGHTNESS COLOUR SHARPNESS HUE RESET

* Can be only altered if PERSONAL MODE is selected. ** Only avalaible for NTSC colour signal (e.g: US video tapes). S

S

14

PICTURE CONTROL MODE: PERSONAL CONTRAST BRIGHTNESS COLOUR SHARPNESS HUE RESET

MENU

MENU

PROGR

button to select the item you wish to change.

PICTURE CONTROL MODE: PERSONAL CONTRAST BRIGHTNESS COLOUR SHARPNESS HUE RESET

2

Press the button on the remote control to directly access the PICTURE MODE .

Press the button to select your desired picture mode (PERSONAL, LIVE or MOVIE ), then press the OK button.

PICTURE MODE:

PERSONAL

PICTURE MODE:

PICTURE MODE:

PERSONAL

LIVE

Advanced Operation - Advanced TV Operation

17

Advanced Operation - Advanced TV Operation

Advanced Operation - Advanced TV Operation

Adjusting the Sound

Using the Sleep Timer

Although the sound is adjusted at the factory, you can modify it to suit your own taste.

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

1

Press the MENU button on the remote control to display the menu on the TV screen.

2

Press the button to select the symbol, then press the to enter to the SOUND CONTROL menu.

3

Press the

or

button

0 MENU

With the cursor highlighting the item you wish to change, press the button. (Refer to the table below for the effect of each control). SOUND CONTROL

OPERATION / EFFECT

MODE

PERSONAL (for individual settings) JAZZ POP ROCK More Less Less More Right Left • For a stereo broadcast: MONO STEREO • For a bilingual broadcast: A for channel 1 B for channel 2 OFF ON

K

9 TREBLE* BASS* BALANCE DUAL SOUND

PROGR

PICTURE CONTROL MODE: PERSONAL CONTRAST BRIGHTNESS COLOUR SHARPNESS HUE RESET

PICTURE CONTROL MODE: PERSONAL CONTRAST BRIGHTNESS COLOUR SHARPNESS HUE RESET

SOUND CONTROL MODE: PERSONAL TREBLE BASS BALANCE DUAL SOUND: STEREO DSP: ON RESET

button to select the item you wish to change.

9

4

You can select a time period for the TV to switch itself automatically into the standby mode.

DSP (Digital sound Processor)

SOUND CONTROL MODE: PERSONAL TREBLE BASS BALANCE DUAL SOUND: STEREO DSP: ON RESET

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

1

Press the MENU button on the remote control to display the menu on the TV screen.

2

Press the button to select the to enter to the TIMER menu.

3

With the cursor highlighting OFF TIMER , press the

4

Press the

5

Press the OK button.

6

Press the MENU button to exit and return to the normal TV screen.

symbol, then press the

button

button.

PICTURE CONTROL MODE: PERSONAL CONTRAST BRIGHTNESS COLOUR SHARPNESS HUE RESET

TIMER OFF TIMER:

PICTURE CONTROL MODE: PERSONAL CONTRAST BRIGHTNESS COLOUR SHARPNESS HUE RESET

OFF

TIMER OFF TIMER:

OFF

TIMER OFF TIMER:

0:15

0 MENU

SOUND CONTROL MODE: PERSONAL TREBLE BASS BALANCE DUAL SOUND: STEREO DSP: ON RESET

K

PROGR

RM 887

or

button to set the time period delay OFF 0:15 min. 0:30 min. ... ... 4:00 hours

RM 887

RESET

Resets sound to the factory preset levels.

* Can be only altered if PERSONAL MODE is selected.

5

Press the / or / button to alter the selected item, then press the OK button to store the new adjustment.

6

Repeat steps 3 to 5 to alter the other items.

7

Press the MENU button to exit and return to the normal TV screen.

S

S

One minute before the TV switches into standby mode, the time remaining is displayed on the TV screen automatically.

Changing Sound Mode Quickly 1

2

18

Press the button on the remote control to access directly to the SOUND MODE .

Press the button to select your desired sound mode (PERSONAL, JAZZ, POP or ROCK ), then press the OK button.

Advanced Operation - Advanced TV Operation

SOUND MODE:

PERSONAL

SOUND MODE:

POP

SOUND MODE:

PERSONAL

Notes: • When watching the TV, press the button to display the time remaining. • To return to normal operation from standby mode, press the button.

Advanced Operation - Advanced TV Operation

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Teletext

Optional Connections

Viewing Teletext

Using Optional Equipment You can connect optional audio or video equipment to your TV, such as a VCR, a camcorder or a video game as shown below.

Teletext is an information service transmitted by most TV stations. Make sure to use a TV channel with a strong signal, otherwise teletext errors may occur.

Front of TV

Select and View the Input Signal Selecting Teletext 1

1

2

3

2

1

Connect your equipment to the designated TV socket.

2

button repeatedly on your remote control until the correct Press the input symbol appears on the TV screen.

Select the TV channel which carries the teletext service you wish to view. Press the

button on the remote control to switch on the teletext.

Symbol

Input signals

k

• Audio/video input signal through the Euro AV

TELETEXT

connector F

Index

TELETEXT

• RGB input signal through the Euro AV

Index

Programme

4

5

6

25

News

153

Sport

101

Weather

7

8

9

0

3

MENU

4

Programme

25

News

153

Sport

101

Weather

98

Input three digits for the page number, using the numbered buttons on the remote control. (if you have made a mistake, type in any three digits and then, re-enter the correct page number). Press the

q2

connector E • S video input signal through the Euro AV

10

TO Access the next or preceding page

PRESS THE BUTTON

B

C

8mm/Hi8 camcorder MONO

• Video input signal through the phono socket C and Audio input signal through D

q3

• S video input signal through the socket B and Audio input signal through D .

+ _

P

3 L/G/S/I R/D/D/D 3

S-VHS/Hi8 camcorder

3

Switch on the connected equipment.

4

To return to normal TV picture, press the

button on the remote control.

for next page or for the preceding page

D

s 3

K 3 button to switch off teletext.

K

PROGR

K

connector F • Audio/video input signal through the Euro AV

connector E

Using other Teletext functions

A

98

Rear of TV

Note: To avoid picture distortion, do not connect equipment to the B and E connectors at the same time. TELETEXT

RM 887

Index

Superimpose teletext on to the TV

Programme

Press mode.

153

Sport

101

Weather

again to cancel teletext TELETEXT Index

S

Programme

Freeze a teletext page Press freeze.

again to cancel the

98

Additional Information Connecting a VCR

G

F

E

25

News

153

Sport

101

Weather

25

News

98

Plug in VCR to the socket F on the rear of the TV set. We recommend you tune in the VCR signal to TV programme number ‘0’ using the section “Manually Tuning the TV“ of this instruction manual.

2/ s L/G/S/I

Connecting Headphones Plug in your headphones to the socket A on the front of the TV set.

Reveal concealed information (e.g: answer to a quiz)

Press

R/D/D/D

1/

again to cancel.

Connecting Decoders

Using Fastext

Plug in decoders to the socket F on the rear of the TV.

Fastext lets you access pages with one button stroke.

Connecting to External Audio Equipment

When Fastext is broadcast, a colour coded menu appears at the bottom of the teletext page. Press the colour button (red, green, yellow or blue) on the remote control to access the corresponding page.

Plug in your Hi-Fi equipment to the G sockets on the rear of the TV if you wish to amplify the audio output from the TV.

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

1

2

“PlayStation”* Hi-Fi VCR

Decoder

20

Teletext

Optional Connections

21

Additional Information

Additional Information

Troubleshooting

Specifications

Here are some simple solutions to the problems which may affect the picture and sound.

Problem

Solution

No picture (screen is dark), no sound

• Plug the TV in. • Press the

button on the front of TV.

button or a • If the indicator is on, press programme number button on the remote control. • Check the aerial connection. • Check that the selected video source is on. • Turn the TV off for 3 or 4 seconds and then turn it button on the front of the TV. on again using the

Poor or no picture (screen is dark), but good sound

• Using the MENU system, select the Picture Adjustment display. Adjust the brightness, picture and colour balance levels. • From the Picture Adjustment display select RESET to return to the factory settings.

11

Poor picture quality when watching a RGB video source.

• Press the button repeatedly on the remote control until the RGB symbol is displayed on the screen.

Good picture, no sound

• Press the

+/– button on the remote control.

is displayed on the screen, press the • If remote control. No colour on colour programmes

button on the

• Using the MENU system, select the Picture Adjustment display. Adjust the colour balance. • From the Picture Adjustment display select RESET to return to the factory settings.

Distorted picture when changing programmes or selecting teletext

• Turn off any equipment connected to the 21 pin Euro connector on the rear of the TV.

Noisy picture when viewing TV channel

• Adjust Fine Tuning to obtain better picture reception.

Remote control does not function

• Replace the batteries.

The standby indicator flashes.

• Contact to your nearest Sony service centre.

on the TV

TV system I

Sound output 2x7 W + 1x15 W (RMS)

Colour system PAL NTSC 3.58, 4.43 (only Video In)

Power consumption 150 W Standby Power consumption 0.5 W

Channel coverage UHF: B21-B69 Picture tube Flat Display Trinitron Approx. 72 cm (29 inches) (Approx. 68 cm picture measured diagonally), 104° deflection Rear Terminals :1/ 21-pin Euro connector (CENELEC standard) including audio/video input, RGB input, TV audio/video output :2/ s

21-pin Euro connector (CENELEC standard) including audio/video input, S-video input, monitor audio/video output

Dimensions (w x h x d) Approx. 746 x 569 x 516 mm Weight Approx. 47.5 kg Accessories supplied 1 Remote Control (RM-887) 2 Batteries (IEC designated) Other features TELETEXT, Fastext, TOPtext NICAM Stereo Sleep Timer Smartlink

Audio outputs - phono jacks Front Terminals 23 video input - phono jack 23 audio inputs - phono jacks s 3 S video input - 4 pin DIN Headphones jack - minijack stereo

Design and specifications are subject to change without notice.

• If you continue to have these problems, have your TV serviced by qualified personnel. • NEVER open the casing yourself.

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Additional Information

Additional Information

25

SECTION 2 DISASSEMBLY 2-1. REAR COVER REMOVAL

3 Rear Cover

2 6 Screws BTV 4x16

1 1 Screw BTV 4x16

2-3. SERVICE POSITION

2-2. CHASSIS ASSY REMOVAL

12

2-4. H BOARD REMOVAL

2-5. S1 BOARD REMOVAL

Release the clip indicated

To release, push the claws in the direction of the arrow as indicated.

EHT Lead

>20mm >20mm

13

2-6. PICTURE TUBE REMOVAL Two DGC holders 7

Degaussing coils 8 2 Chassis assy Spring Extension 9

C Board 3 4 VM Board

Neck assy 5 Deflection yoke 6

10 Four PT screws (M)

Anode cap 1

11 Picture tube

Cushion



REMOVAL OF ANODE-CAP

Note : Short circuit the anode of the picture tube and the anode cap to the metal chassis, CRT shield or carbon paint on the CRT, after removing the anode. * REMOVING PROCEDURES. c

a

b b

Anode button

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

2 Using a thumb pull up the rubber cap 3 When one side of the rubber cap is firmly in the direction indicated by the separated from the anode button, the arrow b anode-cap can be removed by turning up the rubber cap and pulling it up in the direction of the arrow c



HOW TO HANDLE THE ANODE-CAP

1 2

To prevent damaging the surface of the anode-cap do not use sharp materials. Do not apply too great a pressure on the rubber, as this may cause damage to the anode connector. A metal fitting called a shatter hook terminal is fitted inside the rubber cap. Do not turn the rubber foot over excessively this may cause damage if the shatter hook sticks out.

3

14

REMOVAL AND REPLACEMENT OF THE MAIN-BRACKET BOTTOM PLATES. (1)

REMOVING THE PLATES

£ (2)

In the event of servicing being required to the solder side of the A Board printed wiring board, the bottom plates fitted to the main chassis bracket require to be removed. This is performed by cutting the gates with a sharp wire cutter at the locations shown and indicated by arrows.

For safety reasons, on no account should the plates be removed and not refitted after servicing.

REFITTING THE PLATES

Because the plates differ in size it is important that the correct plates are refitted in their original location. Please note that the plates need to be rotated 180 degrees from the cut position to allow the tabs to be fitted in the catch positions.

Note :There are 2 plates fitted to the main bracket and secured by 4 gates. Only remove the necessary plate to gain access to the printed wiring board.

Catch

Catch

Gate

Gate

Catch 15

Gate Tab

Gate Tab

Tab Gate Tab

Gate Catch

Refitting Tab Gate

Catch Gate

SECTION 3 SET-UP ADJUSTMENTS •

• •

When complete readjustment is necessary or a new picture tube is installed, carry out the following adjustments. Unless there are specific instructions to the contrary, carry out these adjustments with the rated power supply. Unless there are specific instructions to the contrary, set the controls and switches to the following settings : Contrast

............... 80% [or remote control normal]

Brightness

............... 50%

Carry out the following adjustments in this order : 3-1. Beam Landing 3-2. Convergence 3-3. Focus 3-4. White Balance Note :

Preparation:

Test equipment required 1. Color bar/pattern generator. 2. Degausser. 3. Oscilloscope. 4. Digital multimeter. 5. DC Power supply.

Fig. 3-2 Purity control

1. 2.

In order to reduce the influence of geomagnetism on the set’s picture tube, face it in an easterly or westerly direction. Switch on the set’s power and degauss with the degausser.

A buckle Neck Assy

3-1. BEAM LANDING 1. 2. 3.

4. 5. 6. 7.

G1

Input an all white signal from the pattern generator. Set the Contrast and Brightness to normal. Set the pattern generator raster signal to Red. Move the deflection yoke forward and adjust with the purity control so that the Red is at the centre and the Blue and Green take up equally sized areas on each side of the screen. [See Fig.3-1 - 3-3]. Move the deflection yoke forward and adjust so that the entire screen becomes Red. [See Fig.3-1] Switch the raster signal to Blue, then to Green and verify the condition. When the position of the deflection yoke has been determined, fasten the deflection yoke with the screws. If the beam does not land correctly in all the corners, use a magnet to correct it. [See Fig.3-4]

G2

Deflection yolk

Fig. 3-3

GREEN RED BLUE

Purity control corrects this area

Deflection yoke positioning corrects these areas

Fig. 3-1 Fig. 3-4

16

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

3-2. CONVERGENCE



Tilt the V.STAT magnet and adjust the static convergence by opening or closing the V.STAT magnet.

4.

If the V.STAT magnet is moved in the direction of the a and b arrows, the Red, Green and Blue points move as indicated below.

Preparation: • • •

Before starting this adjustment, adjust the focus, horizontal size and vertical size. Minimize the Brightness setting. Input a dot pattern from the pattern generator.

(1)

Horizontal and vertical static convergence

Center dot

R G B

R

G

B

H.STAT

V. STAT Magnet

RV702 H. STAT

RV701 SCREEN

1.

2.

3.

[Moving horizontally], adjust the H.STAT control so that the Red, Green and Blue points are on top of each other at the centre of the screen. [Moving vertically], adjust the V.STAT magnet so that the Red, Green and Blue points are on top of each other at the centre of the screen. If the H.STAT variable resistor is unable to bring the Red, Green and Blue points 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 indicated below. [In this case, the H.STAT variable resistor and the V.STAT magnet influence each other].

17



Operation of the BMC (Hexapole) magnet.

R G

R

G

B

R

G

B

B

R

G

B

R

R

G B

G

B

V.STAT Purity

BMC (Hexapole) •

The respective dot position resulting from moving each magnet interact, so be sure to perform adjustment whilst tracking. Use the H.STAT VR to adjust the Red, Green and Blue dots so that they coincide at the centre of the screen (by moving the dots in the horizontal direction).

(2)

Dynamic convergence adjustment.

Preparation: • 1.

2.

Before starting this adjustment, adjust the horizontal and vertical static convergence. Remove the deflection yoke spacer.

3.

Tilt the deflection yoke as indicated in the figure below and optimize the convergence. Re-install the deflection yoke spacer. Note :

R

G

B

R

G

B

B

R

G

G

R

B Tilt Direction

18

This adjustment will affect the geometry of the display, therefore adjust to obtain the optimum setting.

R

B

G

G

B

R

R

G

B

R

G

B

(3) •

3-3. FOCUS

Screen corner convergence. If you are unable to adjust the corner convergence properly, correct them with the use of permalloy assemblies.

a

1. 2. 3.

b

a-d: screen-corner convergence defect

Receive a television broadcast signal. Normalise the picture setting. Adjust the focus control on the flyback transformer for the best focus at the centre of the screen. Bring only the centre area of the screen into focus, the magenta ring appears on the screen. In this case, adjust the focus to optimize the screen uniformly.

3-4. WHITE BALANCE c

G2 Screen Adjustment

d

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

Install the permalloy assembly for the area that needs correcting.

a

Switch the TV set into AV mode [apply a cross-hatch signal]. Enter into the ‘Service mode’ and select ‘Picture Control’. Enter ‘Picture Control’ and select ‘Personal’ press OK. Return to ‘Picture Control’ menu and select ‘Reset’. Measure the voltages on the 3 cathodes of the CRT, Kr,Kg and Kb using an oscilloscope with a 100:1 probe. Connect the oscilloscope to the CRT cathode which recorded the highest voltage and adjust [RV702 SCREEN] located on the C Board to obtain a reading of 175V.

White Balance Adjustment 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

b

6. 7.

Input an all white signal from the pattern generator. Enter into the Service Mode. Enter into the ‘Picture Adjustment’ service menu. Select ‘Sub contrast’ and adjust to 7. Select the ‘Green drive’ and adjust so that the white balance becomes optimum. Select the ‘Blue drive’ and adjust so that the white balance becomes optimum. Press the ‘TV’ button on the remote commander to return to TV operation.

c

PICTURE ADJUSTMENT d

Focus Screen

19

AFC mode

1

REF position

2

SCP BGR

1

SCP BGF

1

Trap fo

0

Sub contrast

Adj

Sub colour

Adj

Sub brightness

Adj

Sub hue

Adj

Green drive

Adj

Blue drive

Adj

Green cutoff

Adj

Blue cutoff

Adj

Gamma

0

Pre / overshoot

0

Y delay

3

SECTION 4 CIRCUIT ADJUSTMENTS 4-1. ELECTRICAL ADJUSTMENTS PICTURE

Service adjustments to this model can be performed using the supplied Remote Commander RM-887.

HOW TO ENTER INTO SERVICE MODE 1. 2.

Turn on the main power switch and enter into the stand-by mode. Press the following sequence of buttons on the Remote Commander.

i+

5

+

(ON SCREEN DISPLAY)

(DIGIT 5)

(VOLUME +)

(TV)

R - Drive

Adj

G - Drive

Adj

B - Drive

Adj

R - cut - off

Adj

G - cut - off

Adj

B - cut - off

Adj

ID - start

02

ID - stop

01

ID - level

01

Bell-f0

Adj

Sub Colour

Adj

Sub Brightness

Adj

GEOMETRY



3.

‘TT--’ will appear in the upper right corner of the screen. Other status information will also be displayed.

V centre

Adj

V size

Adj

V Lin

Adj

Press ‘MENU’ on the remote commander to obtain the following menu on the screen.

S Corr

Adj

H Cent

Adj

H Size

Adj

Pin Amp

Adj

TEST MENU

> Picture Geometry Sound TV Status AGC Adjust Technical

4. 5. 6.

Move to the corresponding adjustment item using the ‘Green’ [up] or ‘Blue’ [down] buttons on the Remote Commander. Press the ‘Yellow’ button to enter into the required menu item. Press the ‘Menu’ button on the Remote Commander to quit the Service Mode when all adjustments have been completed.

Upper Pin

Adj

Lower Pin

Adj

Upper V lin

Adj

Lower V lin

Adj

Pin Phase

Adj

V Bow

Adj

V Angle

Adj

Upper V Lin

Adj

Lower V Lin

Adj

Left HBLK

07

Right HBLK

07

CD Mode (AV)

01

EHT-comp

12

SOUND Nicam Error Lower

20

Nicam Error Upper

80

Nicam Error Rate

xx [Status only]

AGC Gain Level

xx [Status only]

TV STATUS

Note :The data shown in the ‘TV STATUS’ table is dependant on destination and country.

20

Destination

A/L/E/U/D/B/K/R

Text Language

East/West

SUB COLOUR ADJUSTMENT

TECHNICAL GD - Secam

31

BD - Secam

31

RC - Secam

15

GC - Secam

15

BC - Secam

14

GD - Sports

32

BD - Sports

34

RC - Sports

14

GC - Sports

15

BC - Sports

16

Y - Delay (AV)

07

1. 2. 3. 4.

Receive a PAL colour bar signal. Connect an oscilloscope to Pin 3 of CN504 [A Board]. Enter into the ‘Picture’ service menu. Adjust the ‘Sub Colour’ data so that the Cyan, Magenta and Blue colour bars are of equal levels as indicated below. Note: Ensure that no signal is applied to the Antenna socket while carrying out the following IF adjustments.

SYSTEM B/G, D/K, I & L I.F ADJUSTMENT 1. 2. 3.

SUB BRIGHTNESS ADJUSTMENT 1. 2. 3.

Input a 38.9Mhz carrier signal at 100dBuV to Pin 11 [IF output] of the tuner [TU101]. Measure the voltage at Pin 17 of [IC101]. Adjust L103 [A Board] to obtain a voltage of 1.4V +/- 0.3V.

SYSTEM L BAND 1 I.F ADJUSTMENT 1.

Input a Phillips colour pattern. Press ‘TEST’ ‘TEST’ 13 on the Remote Commander. Adjust the ‘Sub-Brightness’ data so that there is barely a difference between the 0 IRE and 10 IRE signal levels.

2. 3. 4.

Input a 33.9MHz carrier signal at 100dBuV to Pin 11 [IF output] of the tuner [TU101]. Select ‘system L’ + C00 [channel 00]. Measure the voltage at Pin 17 [IC101]. Adjust RV101 [A Board] to obtain a voltage of 1.4V +/- 0.3V.

SUB CONTRAST ADJUSTMENT TUNER AGC ADJUSTMENT 1. 2. 3.

Input a video signal that contains a small 100% white area on a black background Set the picture control to maximum. [‘TT01’] Connect an oscilloscope to Pin 1 of CN504 [A Board].

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

21" 2.23V +/- 0.01V 25" 2.44V +/- 0.01V 29" 2.44V +/- 0.01V

Receive a signal of 62dBuV / 75 ohm terminated, via the tuner antenna socket. Connect a voltmeter to JW130 [A Board]. Enter into the ‘Test Menu’. Select the ‘AGC Adjust’ menu item. Adjust the data using the Yellow and Green buttons on the Remote Commander to obtain a voltage of 3.5V +/- 0.3V.

R - out Waveform

4. 5.

A

Enter into the ‘Picture’ service menu. Adjust the ‘R - Drive’ data to obtain the following waveform.

RV101 IC101

Same Level

17

L103

11

JW130

B-Out Waveform

TUNER

A Board component side

21

V SIZE

BELL FILTER ADJUSTMENT (Secam models only) Note : Ensure that the TV set has been powered up for at least 1 minute to allow for drift before carrying out the following adjustment. 1. 2. 3. 4.

V LIN

Input a video SECAM Colour Bar signal via AV1. Connect an oscilloscope to pin 1 of CN504 [R-OUT] on the A board. Enter into the ‘Picture’ menu and select ‘Bell-f0’. Decrease the register of ‘Bell-f0’ until the following waveform change between RED and BLUE is obtained.

S CORRECTION

V CENTRE

H CENTRE

H SIZE Before adjustment

5.

After adjustment

When the correct waveform has been obtained add an additional 7 steps to the register.

PIN AMP

DEFLECTION SYSTEM ADJUSTMENT PIN PHASE

1. 2.

Enter into the ‘Geometry’ service menu. Select and adjust each item in order to obtain the optimum image. CORNER PIN GEOMETRY V centre

Adj

V size

Adj

V Lin

Adj

S Corr

Adj

H Cent

Adj

H Size

Adj

Pin Amp

Adj

Upper Pin

Adj

Lower Pin

Adj

Upper V lin

Adj

Lower V lin

Adj

Pin Phase

Adj

V Bow

Adj

V Angle

Adj

Upper V Lin

Adj

Lower V Lin

Adj

Left HBLK

07

Right HBLK

07

CD Mode (AV)

01

EHT-comp

12

V ANGLE

22

4-2. TEST MODE 2: Is available by pressing ‘TEST’ button twice, OSD ‘TT’ appears. The functions described below are available by pressing the two numbers. To release the Test mode 2, press 0 twice, or switch the TV into stand-by mode, or press the TV button on the remote commander.

00

Cancel Test mode

42

Re-initialise geometry settings [Only when Prog=59]

01

Picture maximum

43

No function

02

Picture minimum

44

No function

03

Volume 35%

45

No function

04

Volume 50%

46

No function

05

Volume 65%

47

No function

06

Volume 80%

48

Set NVM as NON Virgin [Only when Prog=59]

07

Ageing mode On/Off

49

Set NVM as Virgin [Only when Prog=59]

08

Set shipping conditions

50

No function

09

Display TV Status

51

No function

10

No function

52

No function

11

Sub Picture Adjustment

53

No function

12

Sub Colour Adjustment

54

No function

13

Sub Brightness Adjustment

55

No function

14

Text H position Adjustment

56

No function

15

Rotation test

57

No function

16

Picture level 50%

58

No function

17

Audio mute ON

59

No function

18

Disable Blanking

60

No function

19

No function

61

Auto AGC Adjust

20

No function

62

Alternative Dest B Autotuning

21

Destination A

63

Enable/Disable Y/C input

22

Destination L

64

Signal Quality Check for Auto Tune

23

Destination E

65

Signal Quality NOT Checked for Auto Tune

24

Destination U

66

No function

25

Destination D

67

Manual AGC Adjust

26

Destination B

68 -100

No function

27

Destination K

28

Destination R

29

No function

30

No function

31

Auto shutoff Disable/Enable

32

RGB priority Disable/Enable

33

Rotation On/OFF

34

Text language East/West

35

Wide CRT/4:3 CRT

36

VM ON/OFF test

37

No function

38

No function

39

No function

40

No function

41

Re-initialize the NVM [Only when Prog=59]

23

5-1 BLOCK DIAGRAMS (1) CN201 4 R AUDIO

TO SPEAKERS

1

A(

POWER SUPPLY, DEFLECTION TUNING, PROCESSOR, VIDEO SIGNAL PROCESSOR AV IN/OUT

L AUDIO

)

CN208 1 5 3

VIDEO AMP Q408, 409

IC101 VIF/SIF DEMODULATOR

6 2

AF OUT 8

SCL

QSS 12

SWF 103

TU101

DET OUT 16

BUFFER Q107

IF1

SWF 101 SWF 102

1

VIF

2

VIF

23 SIF 24 SIF

AGC

IC001 MICRO CONTROLLER BUFFER Q101

SYNC SEP Q005, 004

8

SDA

0-COIN

AGC 22 AFC 17

4

0-RFAGC

9

I-AFT

BUFFER Q012

0-V BLK 17

IC201 AUDIO AMP 5

LIL SW

9

0-VOL

SWITCH Q006

2

CN007

16 0-BAND-L 20 0-BAND-L

OSD BLK 35

BUFFER Q022

CS

L OUT/NC

12

R OUT/OUT

14

NC/IN 2

6

14

6

SC1 R IN

TO S1 BOARD CN1101

SDAI

AMPLIFIER Q007,008, 009

0-KEY SCART

SDA

VCC 2

3

H- DY+

2

H- DY+

1

H DY H- DYH- DY+

IC603 ERROR AMP

5

-

6

+

3

+

2

-

2

7

PIN OUT Q532

7

D634 RECT

+B

1

AUDIO VCC

16

8

L AUDIO OUT

RELAY SWITCH Q601

FRONT L IN

IC604 13

D610 RECT

14

FRONT R IN

12

D511 1

D654 RECT

5VREG

3

+5V

CN502 1 2

IC605

T602

1000V

TO C BOARD CN701

200V

4 H1 1

A1

19 0-LED

SCL

9VREG

3

+9V

T801 FBT

MUTE SW Q202

HV

2

0-WP

7

7

6

IC004 NVM

5

SCLO

MON R OUT

35 SDAO

LOW B 5

C

4

4

D

TO PICTURE TUBE

1

34 SCLO

A3

7

3

IC609 STANDBY POWER

4

6

DET V OUT

MON OUT B8

43 RESET

0-ROT/VC

HP IC608

D632 RECT

41 X-IN

5V REG

MODE

0-XRAY PROT 52

HP 36

3

+B

FV

DET L OUT

A19

SDAO

A8 1

42 X-OUT

A7 EXT B IN 26 EXT G IN 27

SWITCH Q011

HD

GREEN

A15 EXT R IN 28

HP PROTECT

RED

6

STBY +5V

H-DRIVE Q535

10

H-OUT Q533

8

V IN

B2 3

EW 11 43 TV/C2 IN

VD+ 13 VD- 14

AUDIO R

AUDIO R IN

7

B6

EW

B15

VD+

B20

48 XTAL 1

-15V

YV IN VD-

1

HD HD 19

D514 -15V RECT

C IN

2 4

CN202 WFR R IN WFR L IN MUTE

C 47 XTAL 2

R OUT 22 G OUT 23

2

CI IN

1

25

Y1/CVBS IN

26

CN504 RED

2 GREEN

3 B OUT 24

4

D513 +15V RECT

9

AUDIO L IN

AUDIO L

12

ABL

A20

Y/CVBS IN 41

ABL IN

CN406

13

11

BLK

ABL

VP 37

D571, Q571,574

1

A16

EXT BLK 25 18

5

T531 HDT

BLUE

A11

X001 12MHZ

Y/CVBS

1 5

B3 MON L OUT

0-STBY 51

2

H- DY-

V DY

HP PROTECT 15

SC1 R OUT

DET R OUT

12 0-SCART 1/2

1

C

EW 1

5

L AUDIO IN

30 INT B2 IN

MON OUT

4

DGC

D 3

A2

EXT CVBS 24

Y/CVBS

IC606 POWER

L AUDIO IN

31 INT G2 IN

B 32

48 I-PROCDES

IC003 RESET

6

10

SC2 L IN

MODE

AUDIO R

D605 +B RECT

4

DGC

J401 A6

MON OUT

TO H1 BOARD CN906

3

4

IC531 PIN CORRECTION

FBO CP 1

CN602

DGC

V- DY-

5

H- DY-

DY ASSY V- DY+

DGC CHECK 3

1

CN501

B1

SCLI

4

8

REF

OUT 5

60V 32 INT R2 IN

R 34

8

AUDIO L

1

MONO

2 1

BOOST

VD-

6

T603 SRT

11 I-KEY-SCART

AGC

SDAI

DGC CHECK

29 INT BLK

G 33

3

2

3

V- DY+

11

SIRCS

2

1

IC501 V OUTPUT

MAIN RECT D601

RELAY RY601

J404

SWITCH Q109,110

5

SCLI

CN603

IN

V- DY-

+B

R AUDIO OUT

IC301 Y/C JUNGLE

KEY

47 AVL IN

CN001

VAR R/SW

1

4

11 SC1 L OUT 13

10 MUTE

15 0-BAND-M

7

2

10 AGC MON

0-SP MUTE 30

SIRCS

VOLUME

2

LINE FILTER T601

6

1

7

2 VP

5

STBY

14 AGC DEFEAT

RESP

TO F BOARD CN604

3 1

SCL

SC1 L IN

L IN/IN 2

3

VD+

CN606

R AUDIO

4

10

SDA

RESP 6

L AUDIO

SC2 R IN

SCL

4

TO H1 BOARD CN908

20 SDA 16 SIF 9 SC2 L OUT 8

3

R IN/IN 3

KEY

R AUDIO

CN203 19

17

21 BE/DK/I

0- +B DROP 18

TO H1 BOARD CN907

PH601 ISOLATOR

L AUDIO

SC2 R OUT

STAND SW RF 3

14 TU AGC 7

MUTE

BLUE

TO C BOARD CN703

6 IK IN 21

IK

27

28

CN509 DF

TO VM BOARD CN1809

5-1 BLOCK DIAGRAMS (2) 5-2. CIRCUIT BOARD LOCATION

Reference Information RESISTOR

C Board CN1801 +9V

IC282

CN225

1

1

2

2

F

TO A BOARD CN606

TO A BOARD CN202

WFR L IN MUTE

6

1 2

7

5

4

2

3

7

IC1902 DF/DQP/TIMING

2

TO A BOARD CN007

RESP SIRCS

6 7

2 1

H(

ROT +

1

TO ROTATION COIL

CH Board

6

VM Board (KV-29B5 only) VM

QP OUT Q1841

7

(WOOFER AMP)

Q.P.-

8

Q.P.+

7 6

VM AMP Q1701, 1702, Q1709, 1710

VM

VM AMP BUFFER Q1704, 1705

VM OUT Q1711, 1712

CN703 6

1

15V PULSE +9V

3

-

2

+

NECK ASSY

5

TO A BOARD CN504

4

1

CN1809

+ -

DF

7

VM (

)

R

R DRIVE, BKG Q702, 703

VM

GND

1

1

G

F Board

A G DRIVE, BKG Q705, 706

CUT OFF

B DRIVE, BKG Q708, 709

A Board

G

G OUT Q 707

B

B OUT Q710

H

R C V

G 2

5-3. SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS AND PRINTED WIRING BOARDS

G 4 H V

)

1

TO A BOARD CN502

Note : • •

CN701 G2



H1

2

+200V

S1

RV702

(STEREO PROCESSOR)

CN908

SCL 19

AUDIO L 5 OUT

TO A BOARD CN208

AUDIO L IN AUDIO R IN AUDIO R OUT

4

SDA 20

6

H STAT

IC1101 STEREO DECODER

SCL

XTAI OUT 17

C

(RGB OUT) TO BOARD T511 (FBT)

XTAI IN 18

J900

2

12 SIFI

17

HEADPHONES

3

29 MONO IN

MONO

33 SCART 1 IN R

SCART 1 OUT L 48

4

MAIN OUT R 60

5

36 SCART 2 IN R

SC 2 R IN

37 SCART 2 IN L

SC 2 L IN

CN906 AUDIO L AUDIO R

4

SC2 R OUT

L

1

SC2 L OUT

R

8

1

Chip resistors are 1/10W All resistors are in ohms. k = 1000 ohms, M = 1000,000 ohms



: nonflammable resistor.



: fusible resistor.



: internal component.



: panel designation or adjustment for repair.



31

CN900

9

• •

1

7

-

2

+

3

+ -

5 6

52 32

• • • •

51

IC1102

FRONT R IN

TO A BOARD CN406

VIDEO

All variable and adjustable resistors have characteristic curve B, unless otherwise noted. All voltages are in Volts. Readings are taken with a 10Mohm digital mutimeter. Readings are taken with a color bar input signal. Voltage variations may be noted due to normal production tolerences.

2

Y/CVBS C

3

8

Y/C

10

.

: B + bus.



: B - bus.



: RF signal path.



: earth - ground.



: earth - chassis.

SC1 R OUT 11

4

SC1 L OUT 2

13 SP OUT R 14 SP OUT L

29

30

: NON FLAMMABLE METAL OXIDE

RB

: NON FLAMMABLE CEMENT

RW

: NON FLAMMABLE WIREWOUND : ADJUSTMENT RESISTOR

COIL

LF-8L

: MICRO INDUCTOR

CAPACITOR

TA

: TANTALUM

PS

: STYROL

PP

: POLYPROPYLENE

PT

: MYLAR

MPS

: METALIZED POLYESTER

MPP

: METALIZED POLYPROPYLENE

ALB

: BIPOLAR

ALT

: HIGH TEMPERATURE

ALR

: HIGH RIPPLE

par une marque sont d?une importance critique pour la sécurité. Ne les remplacer que par des pièces de numéro spécifié. specified.

FRONT L IN 1

6

RS

Note : Les composants identifiés par une trame et

MAIN OUT L 61

6

: NON FLAMMABLE FUSIBLE

and marked are critical for safety. Replace only with the part numbers specified in the parts list.

34 SCART 1 IN L

SC1 L IN

: NON FLAMMABLE CARBON

FUSE

Note : The components identified by shading

SCART 1 OUT R 47

3 SC1 R IN

TO A BOARD CN203

G2

SCREEN

SDA

SIF 16

G2 (1000V) RV701

All capacitors are in µF unless otherwise noted. pF : µµF 50WV or less are not indicated except for electrolytic types. Indication of resistance, which does not have one for rating electrical power, is as follows. Pitch : 5mm Electrical power rating : 1/4W

RCV

CN1101

FPRD

PICTURE TUBE

TO A BOARD CN509

AUDIO IN, Y/C IN, HEADPHONE IN, SIRCS RECEIVER, SIRCS INDICATOR

J900

: SOLID

R

R OUT Q704

B

VELOCITY MODULATION, DYNAMIC FOCUS AND DQP

REMOTE CONTROL RECEIVER IC900

RC

Q.P.

VM

IC1901 COMPARATOR

CN1702

K

F

5

: METAL FILM

S1S1 Board

H

CN1718

6

FUNCTION SWITCH S900-S902

+ -

3

5

4

2

7

135V

TO A BOARD CN503

KEY

+

TO SUB WOOFER

4

CN907

-

5

3

IC1801 ROTATION AMP

TO A BOARD CN505

4

K

(POWER SWITCH)

1

+ -

WFR R IN

CN604

NS CORRECT

CN282 + -

POWER

3

IC281 WOOFER AMP

6

ROT -

RN

31

32

5-4. SEMICONDUCTORS (1) LM358DR-EZ NJM2233BL NJM4558M-TE2 NJM2903D 8

BF421-AMMO 2SA1091-O

STV9379

5

1 4 ( TOP VIEW )

1 3 2 5 4 7 6

E

C

B

DTA144ESA DTA144ESA-TP DTC114EKA DTC114EKA-T146 DTC143TKA-T146 DTC144EKA-T-146R 2SA1037K-T-146-R R2SA1162-G 2SA1037K-T-146-QR 2SD601A-QTX 2SC1623-L5-L6 2SC2412K-QR 2SC2412K-T-146-R C

LM393PN TDA2822M TEA2124

E B

8

8

2SC688-LK

ST24W08FM6TR

7

6

5

5

IRF614 4

1

( TOP VIEW ) 1

2

3

4

( TOP VIEW ) E B

C

TDA7495 B

SBX1981-51

C

E

2SC4793

1 15

B

C

2SA933AS-QRT 2SAG33ASQT 2SA933AS-RT 2SC1740S-RT E

TDA9818-V1 TDA9817-V1

SE-135N SE135N-LF12

LETTER SIDE

24

13

1

BF871-127

12

E

( TOP VIEW )

3 2

1

1 V OUT 2 V IN 3 GND

B

2SC2785-HFE TOP209P

STR-F6654

C

8

E

B

C

5

1 4 ( TOP VIEW )

1

E

5

51

C

B

5-4. SEMICONDUCTORS (2) ERA81-004TP1 ERA83-006 MTZJ-3.6A MTZJ-T-77-2.2A HZS9.INBZ MTZJ-T-77-3.9B MTZJ-T-77-5.6B MTZJ-T-77-5.6C MTZJ-T-77-6.8A MTZJ-T-77-6.8C MTZJ-T-77-7.5C MTZJ-T-77-9.1A MTZJ-T-77-10

2SK2251-01-F19

E

B

C

MTZJ-T-77-33A MTZJ-33C MTZJ-7.5B RD3.9ES-B2 RD5.6ESB2 RD6.8ES-B2 RD7.5ESB2 RD9.1ES-B3 RD10ESB2 RD15ESB2 1SS119-25 1SS133T-77

CATHODE

AK04-V1 AU-01Z-V1 BYD33G BYD33GAMMO DINL20-TR ERB44-06TP1 EGP20G EG-1Z-V1 EL1Z ERD28-06S

ERD28-08S ERC06-15SL FMN-G12S GP08D RG1CLF-B1 RGP10GPKG23 RU-3AM RU3YX-LF-C4 RU3YX-V1 RU-4AM-T3 1SS292T-77

ANODE

SLA-570KT3F CATHODE

ANODE CATHODE ANODE

DAN202K DAN202K-T146

3

1 2

2

3

1

D4SB60L

52

5-5. IC BLOCK DIAGRAMS A BOARD IC201 TDA7495

A BOARD IC501 STV 9379 2

6

2

3

VOLUME 1

FLYBACK GENERATOR

14

30K OP AMP

-

1

POWER AMPLIFIER

5

+

7

9

MUTE/STBY PROTECTIONS

THERMAL PROTECTION

10

VOLUME

60K

5

12

30K

OP AMP

4

3

A BOARD IC101 TDA9817/V1 22

15

TUNER AGC

14

4

6

7 19

18

17

21

20

A BOARD IC606 STR-F6654

VOLTAGE REFERENCE

VIF AGC

4

4

AFC DETECTOR 3

1

VIF AMPLIFIER

2

23

VCO TWO

FPLL

SIF AGC

VIDEO DEMODULATOR AND AMPLIFIER

LATCH

DRIVE

REG

2

T.S.D

O.S.C

8

1

Iconst

INTERCARRIER MODE SWITCH

5

O.V.P

16

QSS MIXER INTERCARRIER MIXER AM DEMODULATOR

SIF AMPLIFIER

24

START

FM-PLL DEMODULATOR

3

12

13

5

9 10 11

A BOARD IC301 CXA2060AS

TRAP PAL 4.43MHz NTSC 3.58MHz SECAM 4.2 - 4.43MHz

COUNT DOWN

MONITOR SW



VIDEO SW

9



V SYNC SEP

H SYNC SEP

SECAM VCO CAL. by 4.43MHz

27 26 25

3

VPROT

VM AMP (OFF YS/YM)

R/G/B BLK

DRIVE AMP

CLAMP

DAC SW

AKB

BRIGHT CONT

Y/C MIX RGB CLAMP

CLAMP DC TRAN

ABL/PEAK LIM

CLAMP RGB 2/2

COLOR AMP

AXIS

DPIC

31 30 29 42

EYUV CLAMP YUV SW

YUV OUT

1H DELAY LINE (PAL/SECAM)

32

GAMMA AMP

DEEMPHASIS

28

PC BUS DECODER STATUS I/T

21

24 23 22

35 34

FILTER ALIGNMENT

Y SW

7

6

PLL SECAM FM DEMOD

ACC DET

ATT CHROMA SW

LIM AMP

(ZAP)

ACC AMP

43

4

BELL FILTER

LINE BLK

39 38 37 36

CUTOFF CONT

BPF PAL 4.43MHz NTSC 3.58MHz

15

SW NTSC PAL,SECAM KILLER

PAL/NTSC DEMOD

COLOR SYSTEM DISCRIMINATOR PAL ID PAL/NTSC COLOR KILLER SECAM ID

1

PICTURE AMP

CHROMA AMP

41

5

DYNAMIC COLOR

ACO DET.

2

46

YM SW

APC

ACC AMP

47

C VCO 4.433619MHz 3.579545MHz 9.582058MHz

Y32 SW

48

YS1 SW

45

AFC



20

DL PAL/NTSC 300 x 200nS SECAM 300 x 200nS

LINE COUNTER V TIM GEN

SHARPNESS DL SHARPNESS AMP



VD SAW FUNC



WIDE SAW FUNC





V SAW GEN (50/50) VTIM

EW PARABOLA FUNC





H SAW GEN H OSC

PHASE DET

HPROT

H TIM GEN



17

5

18

53

14



HD GEN

19

IREF

10

12

REG

16

33

13

11

SECTION 6 EXPLODED VIEWS 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 remarks column.



Items marked “ * “ are not stocked since they are seldom required for routine service. Some delay should be anticipated when ordering these items.

6-1. CHASSIS 19 20 21 13

14 17 15 16

11

10

12

9 8 7

18 6

1

4

5

3

2 17

KV-29FX20U only 18

REF. NO.

1 2 3 4 5 6

PART.NO

£

£

£ 7 8 9

£

*A-1646-184-A *4-204-744-01 1-762-087-11 *A-1624-080-A *4-202-531-01 1-765-286-11

1-776-860-12 *4-202-773-01 1-453-308-11 *A-1632-843-A *A-1632-839-A *A-1632-842-A *A-1632-838-A

DESCRIPTION

REMARK

REF. NO.

H BOARD, COMPLETE BRACKET, H SWITCH, PUSH (AC POWER) F BOARD, COMPLETE AC CORD LOCK (SC) CORD POWER (KV-25FX20/29FX20A/29FX20B/ KV-29FX20D/29FX20E/29FX20K/ KV-29FX20R) CORD POWER FILTER UK (KV-29FX20U) BRACKET, MAIN TRANSFORMER ASSY, FLYBACK (NX-4521//U2B4) A BOARD, COMPLETE (KV-25FX20A) A BOARD, COMPLETE (KV-25FX20B) A BOARD, COMPLETE (KV-25FX20D) A BOARD, COMPLETE (KV-25FX20E)

10

54

PART.NO

*A-1632-841-A *A-1632-844-A *A-1632-833-A *A-1632-832-A *A-1632-831-A *A-1632-830-A *A-1632-836-A *A-1632-835-A *A-1632-834-A 8-598-432-00

DESCRIPTION

REMARK

A BOARD, COMPLETE (KV-25FX20K) A BOARD, COMPLETE (KV-25FX20R) A BOARD, COMPLETE (KV-29FX20A) A BOARD, COMPLETE (KV-29FX20B) A BOARD, COMPLETE (KV-29FX20D) A BOARD, COMPLETE (KV-29FX20E) A BOARD, COMPLETE (KV-29FX20K) A BOARD, COMPLETE (KV-29FX20R) A BOARD, COMPLETE (KV-29FX20U) TUNER (BTP-AC411) (KV-25FX20A/25FX20D/25FX20E/25FX20K/ KV-25FX20R/29FX20A/29FX20D/29FX20E/ KV-29FX20K/29FX20R) 1-693-418-11 TUNER (TELE9-001A) (KV-25FX20B/29FX20B) 8-598-464-00 TUNER (BTP-AU611) (KV-29FX20U)

REF. NO.

11 12

13

PART.NO

DESCRIPTION

REMARK

REF. NO.

*A-1649-023-A K BOARD, COMPLETE *A-1654-041-A S1 BOARD, COMPLETE (KV-25FX20A/25FX20D/25FX20R/ KV-29FX20A/29FX20D/29FX20R) *A-1654-039-A S1 BOARD, COMPLETE (KV-25FX20B/29FX20B) *A-1654-040-A S1 BOARD, COMPLETE (KV-25FX20E/25FX20K/25FX20U/ KV-29FX20E/29FX20K/29FX20U) *4-204-775-01 BAFFLE, WOOFER

55

14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21

PART.NO

*4-204-776-01 7-685-663-71 1-529-408-11 4-384-096-01 1-529-417-11 7-685-663-71 4-204-804-01 4-204-772-01 7-685-663-79

DESCRIPTION

REMARK

BOX, WOOFER SCREW + BVTP 4x16 TYPE IT-3 LOUD SPEAKER 4.2 x 20cm SCREW 4x16, TAPPING, + P SPEAKER 8cm SCREW +BVTP 4x16 TYPE 2 IT-3 COVER, REAR (KV-25FX20) COVER, REAR (KV-29FX20) SCREW +BVTP 4x16 TYPE 2 IT-3

6-2. PICTURE TUBE 70 69

74 75 76 77 78

73

71 69 72 66

51

64

67

68

65

63 62

60 61

53

59 52

55 54 56

57

58

REF. NO.

PART.NO

DESCRIPTION

51

X-4200-481-1 X-4200-473-1 X-4200-473-2 4-042-192-11 4-045-250-01 4-204-770-01

BEZNET ASSY (KV-25FX20) 52-60 BEZNET ASSY (KV-29FX20) 52-60 BEZNET ASSY (KV-29FX201) 52-60 CATCHER, PUSH DAMPER DOOR, PAINTED (KV-25FX20A/25FX20D/25FX20R/29FX20) DOOR, PAINTED (KV-25FX20B/25FX20E/25FX20K) SHAFT LID WINDOW ORNAMENTAL BUTTON, POWER SPRING GUIDE LIGHT SHEET, BLOTTING PICTURE TUBE (A60LPN70X)(KV-25FX20) PICTURE TUBE (M68LNH060X)(KV-29FX20) DEFLECTION YOKE (Y25RSA)(KV-25FX20) DEFLECTION YOKE (Y29RSA-M2)(KV-29FX20)

52 53 54

4-204-770-11 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62

£ £ £ £

3-703-035-11 4-204-730-01 4-204-777-01 4-204-426-01 4-204-785-01 4-204-666-01 8-733-250-05 8-735-053-05 1-451-475-11 8-451-494-21

REMARK

REF. NO.

63 64 65 66 67 68

PART.NO

£

£ £

69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 56

£

1-452-896-11 8-453-011-11 *A-1674-141-A *A-1674-140-A *A-1638-127-A 4-369-318-21 1-419-142-11 1-416-654-11 4-203-390-11 *4-204-812-01 *4-204-768-01 1-251-317-31 3-704-495-01 4-302-404-03 4-308-870-00 1-452-094-00 1-425-032-00 X-4387-214-1 3-701-007-00

DESCRIPTION

REMARK

COIL, NA ROTATION (RT200) NECK ASSY, NA299-M VM BOARD, COMPLETE (KV-25FX20) VM BOARD, COMPLETE (KV-29FX20) C BOARD, COMPLETE SPRING, TENSION COIL, DEGAUSSING (KV-25FX20) COIL, DEMAGNETIC (KV-29FX20) CUSHION, DGC HOLDER, DGC (KV-25FX20) HOLDER, DGC (KV-29FX20) CAP ASSY, HIGH VOLTAGE SPACER, DY SCREW (WASHER HEAD) (+P4x16) CLIP, LEAD WIRE MAGNET, ROTATABLE DISK; 15MM Ø MAGNET,DISK; 10MM Ø PERMALLOY ASSY, CORRECTION BAND, BINDING

SECTION 7 ELECTRICAL PARTS LIST

PARTS LISTING TABLE OF CONTENTS Page F BOARD COMPLETE Parts List :

................................................................................................... 58

A BOARD COMMON Parts List :

Parts common to all models listed in this manual

A BOARD VARIANT Parts List :

Parts that belong only to the model specified

............................... 58

Model KV-25FX20A/25FX20D/25FX20E KV-29FX20A/29FX20D/29FX20E

................................................................................................... 65

KV-25FX20B/29FX20B

................................................................................................... 66

KV-25FX20K/29FX20K

................................................................................................... 67

KV-25FX20R/29FX20R

................................................................................................... 68

KV-29FX20U

................................................................................................... 69

C BOARD COMPLETE Parts List : Parts common to all models listed in this manual

............................... 70

VM BOARD COMMON Parts List : Parts common to all models listed in this manual

............................... 71

VM BOARD VARIANT Parts List : Parts that belong only to the model specified Model KV-25FX20

................................................................................................... 73

KV-29FX20

................................................................................................... 73

H BOARD COMPLETE Parts List :

................................................................................................... 73

K BOARD COMPLETE Parts List :

................................................................................................... 74

S1 BOARD COMMON Parts List : Parts common to all models listed in this manual

............................... 74

S1 BOARD VARIANT Parts List : Parts that belong only to the model specified Model KV-25FX20A/25FX20D/25FX20R KV-29FX20A/29FX20D/29FX20R

................................................................................................... 75

KV-25FX20B/29FX20B

................................................................................................... 75

KV-25FX20E/25FX20K/ KV-29FX20E/29FX20K/29FX20U

................................................................................................... 76

MISCELLANEOUS :

................................................................................................... 76

ACCESSORIES AND PACKAGING MATERIALS :................................................................................................... 76 Note : Refer to the designated variant parts list when seeking a part indicated by an asterisk (*) Parts indicated (#) on the Schematic Diagram are not used in this model and therefore do not appear in the Parts List.

57

F

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

A

REF. NO.

PART.NO

*A-1624-080-A

DESCRIPTION

REMARK

REF. NO.

F Board, Complete

< CONNECTOR >

CN6 0 3

£ * 1- 580- 844- 11

PI N,

CONNECTOR ( POWER)

CN6 0 4

£ * 1- 691- 292- 11

PI N,

CONNECTOR ( PC BOARD)

£

1- 532- 504- 41

£ * 1- 533- 725- 11

£

1- 762- 087- 11

*A-1632-843-A *A-1632-839-A *A-1632-842-A *A-1632-838-A *A-1632-841-A *A-1632-844-A *A-1632-833-A *A-1632-832-A *A-1632-831-A *A-1632-830-A *A-1632-836-A *A-1632-835-A *A-1632-834-A

1 0 MF

REMARK

C0 3 8

1- 126- 964- 11

ELECT

C0 4 0

1- 163- 005- 11

CERAMI C CHI P 4 7 0 PF

10%

50V

C0 4 1

1- 163- 205- 00

CERAMI C CHI P 0 . 0 0 1 MF

10%

50V

C0 4 3

1- 115- 339- 11

CERAMI C CHI P 0 . 1 MF

10%

50V

C0 5 0

1- 126- 925- 11

ELECT

20%

10V

C0 5 1

1- 115- 339- 11

CERAMI C CHI P 0 . 1 MF

10%

50V

C1 0 3

1- 104- 665- 11

ELECT

1 0 0 MF

20%

25V

2 2 MF

20%

50V

4 7 0 MF

20%

50V

C1 0 5

1- 126- 965- 11

ELECT

FUSE 4 A/ 2 5 0 V

C1 0 8

1- 163- 465- 11

CERAMI C CHI P 9 PF

0 . 2 5 PF 5 0 V

HOLDER,

C1 0 9

1- 164- 004- 11

CERAMI C CHI P 0 . 1 MF

10%

C1 1 0

1- 163- 038- 91

CERAMI C CHI P 0 . 1 MF

C1 1 2

1- 163- 031- 11

CERAMI C CHI P 0 . 0 1 MF

C1 1 5

1- 164- 489- 11

CERAMI C CHI P 0 . 2 2 MF

10%

16V

C1 1 6

1- 126- 961- 11

ELECT

2 . 2 MF

20%

50V

C1 1 7

1- 126- 961- 11

ELECT

2 . 2 MF

20%

50V

C1 1 8

1- 163- 038- 91

CERAMI C CHI P 0 . 1 MF

C1 2 0

1- 163- 031- 11

CERAMI C CHI P 0 . 0 1 MF

C1 2 9

1- 104- 664- 11

ELECT

4 7 MF

20%

16V

C1 3 4

1- 128- 551- 11

ELECT

2 2 MF

20%

25V

C1 3 5

1- 164- 004- 11

CERAMI C CHI P 0 . 1 MF

10%

25V

C1 3 8

1- 165- 319- 11

CERAMI C CHI P 0 . 1 MF

C1 3 9

1- 163- 031- 11

CERAMI C CHI P 0 . 0 1 MF

C1 4 3

1- 104- 664- 11

ELECT

C1 4 6

1- 163- 031- 11

CERAMI C CHI P 0 . 0 1 MF

C1 4 9

1- 126- 959- 11

ELECT

C1 5 0

1- 163- 038- 91

CERAMI C CHI P 0 . 1 MF

C1 5 1

1- 163- 017- 00

CERAMI C CHI P 0 . 0 0 4 7 MF

10%

50V

C1 5 2

1- 163- 017- 00

CERAMI C CHI P 0 . 0 0 4 7 MF

10%

50V

C1 6 0

1- 163- 017- 00

CERAMI C CHI P 0 . 0 0 4 7 MF

10%

50V

C2 0 1

1- 104- 666- 11

ELECT

2 2 0 MF

20%

25V

C2 0 3

1- 126- 942- 61

ELECT

1 0 0 0 MF

20%

25V

C2 0 4

1- 126- 942- 61

ELECT

1 0 0 0 MF

20%

C2 0 5

1- 163- 033- 91

CERAMI C CHI P 0 . 0 2 2 MF

C2 0 6

1- 126- 960- 11

ELECT

1 MF

20%

50V

C2 0 7

1- 126- 972- 11

ELECT

1 0 0 0 MF

20%

50V

C2 0 9

1- 163- 033- 91

CERAMI C CHI P 0 . 0 2 2 MF

C2 1 3

1- 163- 019- 00

CERAMI C CHI P 0 . 0 0 6 8 MF

10%

50V

C2 1 4

1- 163- 019- 00

CERAMI C CHI P 0 . 0 0 6 8 MF

10%

50V

C2 1 7

1- 164- 004- 11

CERAMI C CHI P 0 . 1 MF

10%

C2 4 0

1- 163- 031- 11

CERAMI C CHI P 0 . 0 1 MF

C3 0 1

1- 163- 226- 91

CERAMI C CHI P 9 PF

C3 0 2

1- 104- 664- 11

ELECT

C3 0 3

1- 163- 021- 91

CERAMI C CHI P 0 . 0 1 MF

10%

50V

C3 0 4

1- 126- 964- 11

ELECT

20%

50V

C3 0 8

1- 164- 004- 11

CERAMI C CHI P 0 . 1 MF

10%

25V

C3 0 9

1- 164- 506- 11

CERAMI C CHI P 4 . 7 MF

C3 1 2

1- 163- 233- 11

CERAMI C CHI P 1 8 PF

FUSE ( F6 0 1 )

< SWI TCH >

S6 0 1

DESCRIPTION

3P

< FUSE >

F6 0 1

PART.NO

SWI TCH,

PUSH ( AC POWER)

A Board, Complete A Board, Complete A Board, Complete A Board, Complete A Board, Complete A Board, Complete A Board, Complete A Board, Complete A Board, Complete A Board, Complete A Board, Complete A Board, Complete A Board, Complete

(KV-25FX20A) (KV-25FX20B) (KV-25FX20D) (KV-25FX20E) (KV-25FX20K) (KV-25FX20R) (KV-29FX20A) (KV-29FX20B) (KV-29FX20D) (KV-29FX20E) (KV-29FX20K) (KV-29FX20R) (KV-29FX20U)

4 7 MF

0 . 4 7 MF

25V

25V 50V

25V 50V

50V 50V 20%

25V 50V

20%

50V

A Board Common Parts 4- 382- 854- 11

SCREW ( M3 X1 0 ) ,

P,

SW ( +)

< CAPACI TOR >

C0 0 5

1- 163- 105- 00

CERAMI C CHI P 3 3 PF

5%

50V

C0 0 6

1- 163- 105- 00

CERAMI C CHI P 3 3 PF

5%

50V

C0 0 9

1- 128- 551- 11

ELECT

2 2 MF

20%

25V

C0 1 0

1- 126- 960- 11

ELECT

1 MF

20%

50V

C0 1 1

1- 126- 965- 11

ELECT

2 2 MF

20%

50V

C0 1 3

1- 163- 017- 00

CERAMI C CHI P 0 . 0 0 4 7 MF

10%

50V

C0 1 4

1- 163- 009- 11

CERAMI C CHI P 0 . 0 0 1 MF

10%

50V

C0 1 5

1- 104- 665- 11

ELECT

1 0 0 MF

20%

10V

C0 1 6

1- 164- 004- 11

CERAMI C CHI P 0 . 1 MF

10%

25V

C0 1 7

1- 163- 009- 11

CERAMI C CHI P 0 . 0 0 1 MF

10%

50V

C0 1 8

1- 164- 004- 11

CERAMI C CHI P 0 . 1 MF

10%

25V

C0 2 2

1- 126- 925- 11

ELECT

4 7 0 MF

20%

10V

C0 2 4

1- 104- 665- 11

ELECT

1 0 0 MF

20%

10V

C0 2 5

1- 104- 664- 11

ELECT

4 7 MF

20%

10V

C0 2 7

1- 104- 665- 11

ELECT

1 0 0 MF

20%

10V

C0 2 8

1- 163- 251- 11

CERAMI C CHI P 1 0 0 PF

5%

50V

C0 3 3

1- 164- 004- 11

CERAMI C CHI P 0 . 1 MF

10%

25V

C0 3 5

1- 163- 021- 91

CERAMI C CHI P 0 . 0 1 MF

10%

50V

58

4 7 MF

1 0 MF

25V

25V 50V

50V

25V 50V

16V 20%

16V

16V 5%

50V

The components identified by shading and marked are critical for safety Replace only with the part number specified. REF. NO.

PART.NO

A

DESCRIPTION

REMARK

REF. NO.

PART.NO

DESCRIPTION

50V

C5 1 8

1- 106- 375- 12

MYLAR

25V

C5 1 9

1- 163- 275- 11

CERAMI C CHI P 0 . 0 0 1 MF

5%

50V

C5 2 0

1- 163- 038- 91

CERAMI C CHI P 0 . 1 MF

25V

C5 2 2

1- 130- 495- 00

FI LM

0 . 1 MF

5%

50V

20%

50V

C5 3 1

1- 126- 964- 11

ELECT

1 0 MF

20%

50V

20%

50V

C5 3 2

1- 163- 037- 11

CERAMI C CHI P 0 . 0 2 2 MF

10%

50V

10%

25V

C5 3 7

1- 137- 417- 11

MYLAR

10%

200V

20%

25V

C5 3 8

1- 165- 319- 11

CERAMI C CHI P 0 . 1 MF

10%

50V

C5 3 9

1- 111- 230- 11

ELECT

1 MF

20%

160V

25V

C5 4 0

1- 136- 206- 11

FI LM

0 . 0 3 3 MF

10%

400V

10%

50V

C5 4 1

1- 106- 383- 00

MYLAR

0 . 0 4 7 MF

10%

200V

10%

50V

C5 4 2

1- 161- 754- 00

CERAMI C

0 . 0 0 1 MF

10%

2 KV

20%

50V

C5 4 3

1- 162- 134- 11

CERAMI C

4 7 0 PF

10%

2 KV

10%

50V

C5 4 5

1- 126- 960- 11

ELECT

1 MF

20%

50V

10%

50V

C5 4 7

1- 115- 521- 11

FI LM

0 . 8 2 MF

5%

250V

10%

50V

C5 4 8

1- 162- 134- 11

CERAMI C

4 7 0 PF

10%

2 KV

10%

50V

C5 5 0

1- 107- 638- 11

ELECT

3 3 MF

20%

160V

20%

50V

C5 5 2

1- 102- 212- 00

CERAMI C

8 2 0 PF

10%

16V

C5 7 1

1- 123- 024- 21

ELECT

3 3 MF

10%

50V

C5 8 0

1- 163- 021- 91

CERAMI C CHI P 0 . 0 1 MF

CERAMI C CHI P 0 . 0 0 4 7 MF

10%

50V

C5 8 4

1- 126- 963- 11

ELECT

4 . 7 MF

20%

50V

CERAMI C CHI P 0 . 0 0 1 MF

10%

50V

C6 0 1

£

1- 107- 563- 11

FI LM

0 . 1 MF

20%

300V

1- 126- 964- 11

ELECT

1 0 MF

20%

50V

C6 0 2

£

1- 107- 563- 11

FI LM

0 . 1 MF

20%

300V

1- 126- 964- 11

ELECT

1 0 MF

20%

50V

C6 0 3

£

1- 119- 888- 51

CERAMI C

0 . 0 0 2 2 MF

99%

250V

C4 0 5

1- 163- 009- 11

CERAMI C CHI P 0 . 0 0 1 MF

10%

50V

C6 0 4

£

1- 119- 888- 51

CERAMI C

0 . 0 0 2 2 MF

99%

250V

C4 0 8

1- 126- 964- 11

ELECT

1 0 MF

20%

50V

C6 0 5

1- 104- 665- 11

ELECT

1 0 0 MF

20%

10V

C4 0 9

1- 126- 960- 11

ELECT

1 MF

20%

50V

C6 0 7

1- 161- 754- 00

CERAMI C

0 . 0 0 1 MF

10%

2 KV

C4 1 1

1- 126- 964- 11

ELECT

1 0 MF

20%

50V

C6 0 9

1- 128- 550- 11

ELECT

2 2 0 0 MF

20%

50V

C4 1 3

1- 163- 009- 11

CERAMI C CHI P 0 . 0 0 1 MF

10%

50V

C6 1 0

1- 104- 665- 11

ELECT

1 0 0 MF

20%

25V

C4 1 7

1- 163- 009- 11

CERAMI C CHI P 0 . 0 0 1 MF

10%

50V

C6 1 1

1- 165- 127- 11

CERAMI C

4 7 0 PF

10%

500V

C4 3 0

1- 104- 664- 11

ELECT

20%

25V

C6 1 2

£

1- 161- 964- 51

CERAMI C

0 . 0 0 4 7 MF

250V

C4 3 2

1- 163- 141- 00

CERAMI C CHI P 0 . 0 0 1 MF

5%

50V

C6 1 3

£

1- 161- 964- 51

CERAMI C

0 . 0 0 4 7 MF

250V

C4 3 3

1- 163- 141- 00

CERAMI C CHI P 0 . 0 0 1 MF

5%

50V

C6 1 4

£

1- 161- 964- 51

CERAMI C

0 . 0 0 4 7 MF

C4 3 4

1- 126- 935- 11

ELECT

4 7 0 MF

20%

16V

C6 1 5

1- 130- 202- 00

FI LM

0 . 0 2 2 MF

10%

400V

C5 0 1

1- 126- 968- 11

ELECT

1 0 0 MF

20%

50V

C6 1 6

1- 162- 318- 11

CERAMI C

0 . 0 0 1 MF

10%

500V

C5 0 2

1- 163- 038- 91

CERAMI C CHI P 0 . 1 MF

25V

C6 1 8

1- 107- 890- 51

ELECT

2 2 0 0 MF

20%

25V

C5 0 3

1- 126- 968- 11

ELECT

1 0 0 MF

20%

50V

C6 2 1

1- 163- 005- 11

CERAMI C CHI P 4 7 0 PF

C5 0 4

1- 106- 220- 00

MYLAR

0 . 1 MF

10%

100V

C6 2 2

1- 161- 964- 51

CERAMI C

C5 0 5

1- 137- 194- 81

FI LM

0 . 4 7 MF

5%

50V

C6 2 3

1- 107- 364- 11

MYLAR

0 . 0 1 MF

10%

400V

C5 0 6

1- 163- 021- 91

CERAMI C CHI P 0 . 0 1 MF

10%

50V

C6 2 4

1- 104- 665- 11

ELECT

1 0 0 MF

20%

10V

C5 0 7

1- 126- 933- 11

ELECT

1 0 0 MF

20%

16V

C6 2 5

1- 104- 665- 11

ELECT

1 0 0 MF

20%

25V

C5 0 8

1- 126- 960- 11

ELECT

1 MF

20%

50V

C6 2 8

1- 124- 347- 00

ELECT

1 0 0 MF

20%

160V

C5 0 9

1- 107- 364- 11

MYLAR

0 . 0 1 MF

10%

200V

C6 3 0

1- 165- 127- 11

CERAMI C

4 7 0 PF

10%

500V

C5 1 2

1- 162- 114- 00

CERAMI C

0 . 0 0 4 7 MF

2 KV

C6 3 3

1- 104- 332- 11

CERAMI C

4 7 0 PF

10%

2 KV

C5 1 3

1- 107- 662- 11

ELECT

2 2 MF

20%

250V

C6 3 8

1- 107- 679- 11

ELECT

1 0 MF

20%

450V

C5 1 5

1- 104- 666- 11

ELECT

2 2 0 MF

20%

25V

C6 3 9

1- 104- 665- 11

ELECT

1 0 0 MF

20%

25V

C5 1 7

1- 104- 666- 11

ELECT

2 2 0 MF

20%

25V

C6 4 0

1- 104- 664- 11

ELECT

4 7 MF

20%

10V

C3 1 3

1- 163- 233- 11

CERAMI C CHI P 1 8 PF

C3 1 4

1- 164- 222- 11

CERAMI C CHI P 0 . 2 2 MF

C3 1 6

1- 163- 259- 91

CERAMI C CHI P 2 2 0 PF

C3 1 7

1- 164- 222- 11

CERAMI C CHI P 0 . 2 2 MF

C3 1 9

1- 126- 964- 11

ELECT

1 0 MF

C3 2 1

1- 126- 963- 11

ELECT

4 . 7 MF

C3 2 2

1- 164- 004- 11

CERAMI C CHI P 0 . 1 MF

C3 2 8

1- 104- 664- 11

ELECT

C3 2 9

1- 163- 021- 91

CERAMI C CHI P 0 . 0 1 MF

C3 3 0

1- 163- 038- 91

CERAMI C CHI P 0 . 1 MF

C3 3 1

1- 163- 021- 91

CERAMI C CHI P 0 . 0 1 MF

C3 3 2

1- 163- 021- 91

CERAMI C CHI P 0 . 0 1 MF

C3 3 3

1- 126- 960- 11

ELECT

C3 3 4

1- 163- 017- 00

CERAMI C CHI P 0 . 0 0 4 7 MF

C3 3 5

1- 163- 021- 91

CERAMI C CHI P 0 . 0 1 MF

C3 3 6

1- 163- 021- 91

CERAMI C CHI P 0 . 0 1 MF

C3 3 7

1- 163- 021- 91

CERAMI C CHI P 0 . 0 1 MF

C3 3 8

1- 126- 967- 11

ELECT

C3 3 9

1- 163- 226- 91

CERAMI C CHI P 9 PF

C3 5 0

1- 163- 017- 00

CERAMI C CHI P 0 . 0 0 4 7 MF

C3 5 1

1- 163- 017- 00

C4 0 1

1- 163- 009- 11

C4 0 2 C4 0 3

4 7 MF

1 MF

4 7 MF

4 7 MF

5%

59

£

0 . 0 2 2 MF

REMARK

0 . 0 0 4 7 MF

10% 5%

250V 50V 25V

50V

500V 160V

10%

50V

250V

10%

0 . 0 0 4 7 MF

50V 250V

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

A REF. NO.

PART.NO

DESCRIPTION

REMARK

REF. NO.

PART.NO

DESCRIPTION

C6 4 1

1- 111- 034- 11

ELECT

2 2 0 MF

20%

16V

D2 0 2

8- 719- 914- 43

DI ODE DAN2 0 2 K

C6 4 2

1- 104- 665- 11

ELECT

1 0 0 MF

20%

10V

D2 0 3

8- 719- 914- 43

DI ODE DAN2 0 2 K

C6 4 3

1- 165- 127- 11

CERAMI C

4 7 0 PF

10%

500V

D2 0 4

8- 719- 109- 89

DI ODE RD5 . 6 ESB2

C6 5 4

1- 107- 932- 11

ELECT

4 7 MF

20%

100V

D2 0 5

8- 719- 109- 89

DI ODE RD5 . 6 ESB2

D2 0 6

8- 719- 109- 89

DI ODE RD5 . 6 ESB2

D3 0 6

8- 719- 109- 89

DI ODE RD5 . 6 ESB2

D3 0 7

8- 719- 109- 89

DI ODE RD5 . 6 ESB2

D3 2 0

8- 719- 929- 15

DI ODE HZS9 . 1 NB2

D4 0 2

8- 719- 421- 59

DI ODE MA3 1 3 0 WA- TX

D4 0 3

8- 719- 421- 59

DI ODE MA3 1 3 0 WA- TX

< FI LTER >

CF1 0 1

1- 404- 134- 00

SWF1 0 2

1- 767- 873- 11

TRAP,

CERAMI C ( 5 . 5 MHZ)

FI LTER,

SURFACE WAVE

< CONNECTOR > D4 0 4

8- 719- 421- 59

DI ODE MA3 1 3 0 WA- TX

CN0 0 1

* 1- 568- 882- 51

PI N,

CONNECTOR 7 P

D4 0 5

8- 719- 109- 89

DI ODE RD5 . 6 ESB2

CN0 0 7

* 1- 568- 882- 51

PI N,

CONNECTOR 7 P

D4 0 6

8- 719- 109- 97

DI ODE RD6 . 8 ESB2

CN2 0 1

* 1- 564- 507- 11

PLUG,

CONNECTOR 4 P

D4 0 7

8- 719- 109- 97

DI ODE RD6 . 8 ESB2

CN2 0 2

* 1- 564- 508- 11

PLUG,

CONNECTOR 5 P

D4 0 8

8- 719- 929- 15

DI ODE HZS9 . 1 NB2

CN2 0 3

* 1- 766- 957- 11

CONNECTOR,

D4 0 9

8- 719- 421- 59

DI ODE MA3 1 3 0 WA- TX

CN2 0 8

* 1- 564- 509- 11

PLUG,

CONNECTOR 6 P

D4 1 0

8- 719- 421- 59

DI ODE MA3 1 3 0 WA- TX

CN3 0 1

* 1- 564- 509- 11

PLUG,

CONNECTOR 6 P

D4 1 1

8- 719- 421- 59

DI ODE MA3 1 3 0 WA- TX

CN4 0 6

* 1- 564- 511- 11

PLUG,

CONNECTOR 8 P

D4 1 4

8- 719- 923- 84

DI ODE MTZJ - T- 7 7 - 1 3 B

CN5 0 1

* 1- 580- 798- 11

CONNECTOR PI N ( DY)

D4 1 6

8- 719- 421- 59

DI ODE MA3 1 3 0 WA- TX

CN5 0 2

1- 784- 633- 11

D4 1 8

8- 719- 929- 15

DI ODE HZS9 . 1 NB2

CN5 0 3

* 1- 564- 507- 11

PLUG,

CONNECTOR 4 P

D4 1 9

8- 719- 929- 15

DI ODE HZS9 . 1 NB2

CN5 0 5

* 1- 564- 511- 11

PLUG,

CONNECTOR 8 P

D4 2 0

8- 719- 109- 97

DI ODE RD6 . 8 ESB2

CN5 0 6

1- 695- 915- 11

TAB ( CONTACT)

D4 2 1

8- 719- 421- 59

DI ODE MA3 1 3 0 WA- TX

1- 695- 915- 21

TAB CONTACT

D4 2 2

8- 719- 923- 84

DI ODE MTZJ - T- 7 7 - 1 3 B

D4 2 3

8- 719- 109- 97

DI ODE RD6 . 8 ESB2

D4 2 4

8- 719- 929- 15

DI ODE HZS9 . 1 NB2

D4 2 7

8- 719- 109- 97

DI ODE RD6 . 8 ESB2

D4 3 0

8- 719- 929- 15

DI ODE HZS9 . 1 NB2

D5 0 1

8- 719- 302- 43

DI ODE EL1 Z

CN5 0 9

PI N,

BOARD TO BOARD 2 0 P

CONNECTOR 4 P

CN6 0 2

£

1- 508- 765- 00

PI N,

CONNECTOR ( 5 MM PI TCH)

3P

CN6 0 3

£ * 1- 508- 786- 00

PI N,

CONNECTOR ( 5 MM PI TCH)

2P

CN6 0 6

£ * 1- 691- 292- 11

PI N,

CONNECTOR ( PC BOARD)

3P

< DI ODE >

D0 0 1

8- 719- 109- 89

DI ODE RD5 . 6 ESB2

D5 0 2

8- 719- 924- 13

DI ODE MTZJ - T- 7 7 - 2 2 B

D0 0 2

8- 719- 109- 89

DI ODE RD5 . 6 ESB2

D5 1 1

8- 719- 028- 72

DI ODE RGP0 2 - 1 7 EL- 6 4 3 3

D0 0 4

8- 719- 109- 89

DI ODE RD5 . 6 ESB2

D5 1 2

8- 719- 302- 43

DI ODE EL1 Z

D0 0 7

8- 719- 109- 89

DI ODE RD5 . 6 ESB2

D5 1 3

8- 719- 979- 85

DI ODE EGP2 0 G

D0 0 8

8- 719- 991- 33

DI ODE 1 SS1 3 3 T- 7 7

D5 1 4

8- 719- 979- 85

DI ODE EGP2 0 G

D0 1 0

8- 719- 109- 89

DI ODE RD5 . 6 ESB2

D5 3 4

8- 719- 302- 43

DI ODE EL1 Z

D0 1 1

8- 719- 109- 89

DI ODE RD5 . 6 ESB2

D5 3 5

8- 719- 908- 03

DI ODE GP0 8 D

D0 1 3

8- 719- 109- 89

DI ODE RD5 . 6 ESB2

D5 3 6

8- 719- 945- 80

DI ODE ERC0 6 - 1 5 S

D0 1 5

8- 719- 914- 43

DI ODE DAN2 0 2 K

D5 3 8

8- 719- 908- 03

DI ODE GP0 8 D

D0 1 7

8- 719- 109- 89

DI ODE RD5 . 6 ESB2

D5 3 9

8- 719- 312- 10

DI ODE RU4 AM- T3

D0 1 8

8- 719- 991- 33

DI ODE 1 SS1 3 3 T- 7 7

D5 4 1

1- 535- 303- 00

LEAD,

D0 1 9

8- 719- 914- 43

DI ODE DAN2 0 2 K

D5 7 1

8- 719- 911- 19

DI ODE 1 SS1 1 9 - 2 5

D0 2 3

8- 719- 109- 89

DI ODE RD5 . 6 ESB2

D6 0 1

8- 719- 510- 53

DI ODE D4 SB6 0 L

D0 9 8

8- 719- 982- 96

DI ODE MTZJ - T- 7 7 - 2 . 2 A

D6 0 2

8- 719- 046- 74

DI ODE AU- 0 1 Z- V1

D0 9 9

8- 719- 982- 96

DI ODE MTZJ - T- 7 7 - 2 . 2 A

D6 0 3

8- 719- 046- 74

DI ODE AU- 0 1 Z- V1

D1 0 1

8- 719- 982- 24

DI ODE MTZJ - 3 3 A

D6 0 5

8- 719- 312- 10

DI ODE RU4 AM- T3

D2 0 1

8- 719- 929- 15

DI ODE HZS9 . 1 NB2

D6 0 8

8- 719- 067- 88

DI ODE RG1 CLF- B1

60

J UMPER ( 5 . 0 MM)

REMARK

The components identified by shading and marked are critical for safety Replace only with the part number specified. REF. NO.

PART.NO

A

DESCRIPTION

REMARK

REF. NO.

PART.NO

DESCRIPTION

REMARK

< COI L >

D6 1 0

8- 719- 067- 78

DI ODE RN3 Z- LF0 1 4 - 3 0 2

D6 1 3

8- 719- 911- 19

DI ODE 1 SS1 1 9 - 2 5

D6 1 9

8- 719- 043- 76

DI ODE AK0 4 V0

L1 0 2

1- 414- 182- 11

I NDUCTOR

6 . 8 UH

D6 2 0

8- 719- 046- 74

DI ODE AU- 0 1 Z- V1

L1 0 3

1- 408- 603- 21

I NDUCTOR

1 0 UH

D6 2 1

8- 719- 068- 00

DI ODE ERC0 4 - 0 6 SE

L1 0 4

1- 408- 603- 21

I NDUCTOR

1 0 UH

L1 0 5

1- 408- 603- 41

I NDUCTOR

1 0 UH

L1 0 6

1- 414- 187- 11

I NDUCTOR

4 7 UH

4 7 UH

D6 2 6

8- 719- 068- 00

DI ODE ERC0 4 - 0 6 SE

D6 2 7

8- 719- 063- 73

DI ODE D1 NL2 0 U- TR

D6 2 9

8- 719- 073- 23

DI ODE ST0 2 D- 2 0 0 TA

L1 1 0

1- 408- 611- 31

I NDUCTOR

D6 3 0

8- 719- 110- 67

DI ODE RD2 7 ESB2

L1 1 1

1- 408- 611- 31

I NDUCTOR

4 7 UH

D6 3 1

8- 719- 921- 63

DI ODE MTZJ - 7 . 5 B

L1 1 8

1- 216- 295- 91

SHORT

0

L2 0 1

1- 414- 177- 11

I NDUCTOR

1 UH

D6 3 2

8- 719- 032- 12

DI ODE D1 NS6

L2 0 2

1- 414- 177- 11

I NDUCTOR

1 UH

D6 3 3

8- 719- 109- 89

DI ODE RD5 . 6 ESB2

D6 3 4

8- 719- 067- 78

DI ODE RN3 Z- LF0 1 4 - 3 0 2

L2 0 3

1- 406- 979- 11

I NDUCTOR

2 2 0 UH

D6 5 4

8- 719- 302- 43

DI ODE EL1 Z

L3 0 1

1- 216- 295- 91

SHORT

0

L3 0 2

1- 414- 187- 11

I NDUCTOR

4 7 UH

L3 0 3

1- 414- 186- 31

I NDUCTOR

3 3 UH

L4 0 1

1- 414- 187- 11

I NDUCTOR

4 7 UH

< FERRI TE BEAD >

FB6 0 1

1- 412- 911- 11

FERRI TE

0 UH

FB6 0 2

1- 412- 911- 11

FERRI TE

0 UH

L4 0 2

1- 408- 611- 31

I NDUCTOR

4 7 UH

FB6 0 5

1- 410- 397- 21

FERRI TE

1 . 1 UH

L4 0 5

1- 412- 002- 31

I NDUCTOR CHI P

4 . 7 UH

FB6 0 8

1- 412- 911- 11

FERRI TE

0 UH

L4 0 6

1- 412- 002- 31

I NDUCTOR CHI P

4 . 7 UH

FB6 0 9

1- 410- 396- 41

FERRI TE

0 . 4 5 UH

L4 0 7

1- 412- 002- 31

I NDUCTOR CHI P

4 . 7 UH

L4 0 8

1- 412- 002- 31

I NDUCTOR CHI P

4 . 7 UH

L4 3 4

1- 414- 181- 11

I NDUCTOR

4 . 7 UH

L4 3 5

1- 414- 181- 11

I NDUCTOR

4 . 7 UH

L4 4 7

1- 410- 993- 42

I NDUCTOR CHI P

1 UH

L5 0 1

1- 414- 187- 11

I NDUCTOR

4 7 UH

L5 0 2

1- 412- 529- 11

I NDUCTOR

2 2 UH

FB6 1 0

1- 410- 397- 21

FERRI TE

1 . 1 UH

FB6 1 1

1- 410- 397- 21

FERRI TE

1 . 1 UH

< I C >

I C0 0 1

8- 759- 598- 33

I C SAA5 5 6 4 PS

I C0 0 3

8- 759- 336- 46

I C PST5 7 4 D- T

I C0 0 4

8- 759- 527- 76

I C M2 4 C0 8 - MN6 T

L5 0 3

1- 412- 521- 31

I NDUCTOR

I C2 0 1

8- 759- 442- 74

I C TDA7 4 9 5

L5 0 4

1- 535- 303- 00

LEAD,

I C3 0 1

8- 752- 091- 76

I C CXA2 1 4 0 S

L5 3 2

1- 412- 553- 11

I NDUCTOR

3 . 3 MMH

L5 3 3

1- 406- 989- 21

I NDUCTOR

1 0 MMH

L5 3 5

1- 459- 111- 00

I NDUCTOR

1 0 MMH

J UMPER

I C4 0 1

8- 759- 064- 91

I C NJ M2 2 3 3 BL

I C5 0 1

8- 759- 192- 71

I C STV9 3 7 9

I C5 3 1

8- 759- 450- 95

I C LM3 9 3 N

L5 7 1

1- 412- 533- 21

I NDUCTOR

I C6 0 3

8- 749- 920- 61

I C SE- 1 3 5 N

L6 0 2

1- 535- 143- 61

LEAD,

I C6 0 4

8- 759- 572- 80

I C L7 8 0 5 CV/ LS0

I C6 0 5

8- 759- 574- 79

I C L7 8 0 9 CV/ LS0

I C6 0 6

8- 749- 016- 20

I C STR- F6 6 5 4 - LF1 3 5 7

I C6 0 7

8- 759- 591- 02

I C L7 8 L3 3 ABZ

I C6 0 8

8- 759- 925- 54

I C LM2 9 4 0 CT- 5 . 0

I C6 0 9

8- 759- 468- 89

I C TOP2 0 9 Y

J UMPER

4 . 7 UH ( 5 . 0 MM)

4 7 UH ( 5 . 0 MM)

< PHOTO COUPLER >

PH6 0 1

£

8- 749- 016- 21

I C TCET1 1 0 3 G

< I C LI NK >

PS6 2 7

£

1- 532- 727- 11

LI NK,

I C 0 . 2 5 A ( I CP- N5 )

< SOCKET > < TRANSI STOR > J401

* 1- 766- 296- 31

J404

1- 784- 632- 11

CONNECTOR, J ACK,

DUAL SCART

PI N 2 P

61

Q0 0 1

1- 801- 806- 11

TRANSI STOR DTC1 4 4 EKA

Q0 1 0

8- 729- 120- 28

TRANSI STOR 2 SC1 6 2 3 - L5 L6

Q0 1 1

1- 801- 806- 11

TRANSI STOR DTC1 4 4 EKA

Q0 1 2

8- 729- 422- 33

TRANSI STOR 2 SD6 0 1 A- Q- TX

Q0 1 3

8- 729- 120- 28

TRANSI STOR 2 SC1 6 2 3 - L5 L6

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

A REF. NO.

PART.NO

DESCRIPTION

REMARK

REF. NO.

PART.NO

DESCRIPTION

REMARK

Q0 1 6

8- 729- 920- 72

TRANSI STOR 2 SA1 0 3 7 K- T- 1 4 6 - QR

R0 1 9

1- 216- 295- 91

SHORT

0

Q0 1 7

8- 729- 920- 72

TRANSI STOR 2 SA1 0 3 7 K- T- 1 4 6 - QR

R0 2 0

1- 216- 049- 91

RES, CHI P

1K

5%

1/ 10W

Q0 1 8

8- 729- 120- 28

TRANSI STOR 2 SC1 6 2 3 - L5 L6

R0 2 1

1- 216- 065- 91

RES, CHI P

4. 7K

5%

1/ 10W

Q0 1 9

8- 729- 120- 28

TRANSI STOR 2 SC1 6 2 3 - L5 L6

R0 2 2

1- 216- 049- 91

RES, CHI P

1K

5%

1/ 10W

Q0 2 0

8- 729- 120- 28

TRANSI STOR 2 SC1 6 2 3 - L5 L6

R0 2 3

1- 216- 049- 91

RES, CHI P

1K

5%

1/ 10W

Q0 2 1

8- 729- 920- 72

TRANSI STOR 2 SA1 0 3 7 K- T- 1 4 6 - QR

R0 2 4

1- 216- 073- 00

RES, CHI P

10K

5%

1/ 10W

Q0 2 2

8- 729- 120- 28

TRANSI STOR 2 SC1 6 2 3 - L5 L6

R0 2 5

1- 216- 073- 00

RES, CHI P

10K

5%

1/ 10W

Q1 0 1

8- 729- 920- 72

TRANSI STOR 2 SA1 0 3 7 K- T- 1 4 6 - QR

R0 2 6

1- 216- 073- 00

RES, CHI P

10K

5%

1/ 10W

Q1 1 1

1- 801- 806- 11

TRANSI STOR DTC1 4 4 EKA- T1 4 6

R0 2 7

1- 216- 083- 00

RES, CHI P

27K

5%

1/ 10W

Q1 1 2

8- 729- 920- 72

TRANSI STOR 2 SA1 0 3 7 K- T- 1 4 6 - QR

R0 2 8

1- 216- 049- 91

RES, CHI P

1K

5%

1/ 10W

Q2 0 1

8- 729- 920- 75

TRANSI STOR 2 SC2 4 1 2 K

R0 2 9

1- 216- 073- 00

RES, CHI P

10K

5%

1/ 10W

Q2 0 2

8- 729- 422- 33

TRANSI STOR 2 SD6 0 1 A- Q- TX

R0 3 0

1- 216- 073- 00

RES, CHI P

10K

5%

1/ 10W

Q3 2 8

8- 729- 120- 28

TRANSI STOR 2 SC1 6 2 3 - L5 L6

R0 3 1

1- 216- 073- 00

RES, CHI P

10K

5%

1/ 10W

Q3 2 9

8- 729- 920- 72

TRANSI STOR 2 SA1 0 3 7 K- T- 1 4 6 - QR

R0 3 2

1- 216- 089- 91

RES, CHI P

47K

5%

1/ 10W

Q4 0 5

8- 729- 120- 28

TRANSI STOR 2 SC1 6 2 3 - L5 L6

R0 3 3

1- 216- 093- 91

RES, CHI P

68K

5%

1/ 10W

Q4 1 7

8- 729- 920- 72

TRANSI STOR 2 SA1 0 3 7 K- T- 1 4 6 - QR

R0 3 4

1- 216- 049- 91

RES, CHI P

1K

5%

1/ 10W

Q4 1 8

8- 729- 422- 33

TRANSI STOR 2 SD6 0 1 A- Q- TX

R0 3 5

1- 216- 198- 91

RES, CHI P

1K

5%

1/ 8W

Q5 0 1

8- 729- 422- 33

TRANSI STOR 2 SD6 0 1 A- Q- TX

R0 3 6

1- 216- 065- 91

RES, CHI P

4. 7K

5%

1/ 10W

Q5 3 2

8- 729- 038- 83

TRANSI STOR 2 SK2 2 5 1 - 0 1 - F1 9

R0 3 7

1- 216- 081- 00

RES, CHI P

22K

5%

1/ 10W

Q5 3 3

8- 729- 049- 08

TRANSI STOR BU2 5 1 5 DX- 1 2 7

R0 3 8

1- 216- 222- 00

RES, CHI P

10K

5%

1/ 8W

Q5 3 5

8- 729- 119- 80

TRANSI STOR 2 SC2 6 8 8 - LK

R0 3 9

1- 216- 214- 00

RES, CHI P

4. 7K

5%

1/ 8W

Q5 7 1

8- 729- 105- 08

TRANSI STOR 2 SA1 3 3 0 - 0 6

R0 4 0

1- 216- 295- 91

SHORT

0

Q5 7 4

8- 729- 422- 33

TRANSI STOR 2 SD6 0 1 A- Q- TX

R0 5 0

1- 216- 049- 91

RES, CHI P

1K

5%

1/ 10W

Q5 7 5

1- 801- 806- 11

TRANSI STOR DTC1 4 4 EKA- T1 4 6

R0 5 1

1- 216- 174- 00

RES, CHI P

100

5%

1/ 8W

Q5 7 6

8- 729- 422- 33

TRANSI STOR 2 SD6 0 1 A- Q- TX

R0 5 2

1- 216- 295- 91

SHORT

0

Q6 0 1

8- 729- 920- 72

TRANSI STOR 2 SA1 0 3 7 K- T- 1 4 6 - QR

R0 5 3

1- 216- 065- 91

RES, CHI P

4. 7K

5%

1/ 10W

R0 5 4

1- 216- 097- 91

RES, CHI P

100K

5%

1/ 10W

R0 6 0

1- 216- 025- 91

RES, CHI P

100

5%

1/ 10W

R0 6 1

1- 216- 025- 91

RES, CHI P

100

5%

1/ 10W

R0 6 2

1- 216- 182- 00

RES, CHI P

220

5%

1/ 8W

R0 6 3

1- 216- 089- 91

RES, CHI P

47K

5%

1/ 10W

R0 6 4

1- 216- 089- 91

RES, CHI P

47K

5%

1/ 10W

< RESI STOR >

J R1 2 4

1- 216- 295- 91

SHORT

0

J R1 2 5

1- 216- 295- 91

SHORT

0

J R1 3 2

1- 216- 295- 91

SHORT

0

R0 0 1

1- 216- 025- 91

RES, CHI P

100

5%

1/ 10W

R0 6 5

1- 216- 025- 91

RES, CHI P

100

5%

1/ 10W

R0 0 2

1- 216- 025- 91

RES, CHI P

100

5%

1/ 10W

R0 6 6

1- 216- 057- 00

RES, CHI P

2. 2K

5%

1/ 10W

R0 0 3

1- 216- 065- 91

RES, CHI P

4. 7K

5%

1/ 10W

R0 6 7

1- 216- 065- 91

RES, CHI P

4. 7K

5%

1/ 10W

R0 0 4

1- 216- 065- 91

RES, CHI P

4. 7K

5%

1/ 10W

R0 0 5

1- 216- 214- 00

RES, CHI P

4. 7K

5%

1/ 8W

R0 6 9

1- 216- 041- 00

RES, CHI P

470

5%

1/ 10W

R0 7 1

1- 216- 200- 11

RES, CHI P

1. 2K

5%

1/ 8W

R0 0 9

1- 216- 025- 91

RES, CHI P

100

5%

1/ 10W

R0 7 5

1- 216- 214- 00

RES, CHI P

4. 7K

5%

1/ 8W

R0 1 0

1- 216- 025- 91

RES, CHI P

100

5%

1/ 10W

R0 7 7

1- 216- 082- 00

RES, CHI P

24K

5%

1/ 10W

R0 1 1

1- 216- 025- 91

RES, CHI P

100

5%

1/ 10W

R0 8 2

1- 216- 017- 91

RES, CHI P

47

5%

1/ 10W

R0 1 2

1- 247- 807- 31

CARBON

100

5%

1/ 4W

R0 1 3

1- 216- 065- 91

RES, CHI P

4. 7K

5%

1/ 10W

R0 8 3

1- 216- 174- 00

RES, CHI P

100

5%

1/ 8W

R0 8 4

1- 216- 166- 00

RES, CHI P

47

5%

1/ 8W

R0 1 4

1- 216- 057- 00

RES, CHI P

2. 2K

5%

1/ 10W

R0 8 5

1- 216- 174- 00

RES, CHI P

100

5%

1/ 8W

R0 1 5

1- 216- 045- 00

RES, CHI P

680

5%

1/ 10W

R0 8 6

1- 216- 166- 00

RES, CHI P

47

5%

1/ 8W

R0 1 6

1- 216- 055- 00

RES, CHI P

1. 8K

5%

1/ 10W

R0 8 7

1- 216- 025- 91

RES, CHI P

100

5%

1/ 10W

R0 1 7

1- 249- 429- 11

CARBON

10K

5%

1/ 4W

R0 1 8

1- 216- 065- 91

RES, CHI P

4. 7K

5%

1/ 10W

R0 8 8

1- 216- 065- 91

RES, CHI P

4. 7K

5%

1/ 10W

R0 8 9

1- 216- 081- 00

RES, CHI P

22K

5%

1/ 10W

62

The components identified by shading and marked are critical for safety Replace only with the part number specified. REF. NO.

PART.NO

A

DESCRIPTION

REMARK

REF. NO.

PART.NO

DESCRIPTION

REMARK

R0 9 0

1- 216- 206- 00

RES, CHI P

2. 2K

5%

1/ 8W

R3 1 4

1- 216- 025- 91

RES, CHI P

100

5%

1/ 10W

R0 9 1

1- 216- 081- 00

RES, CHI P

22K

5%

1/ 10W

R3 1 5

1- 216- 075- 00

RES, CHI P

12K

5%

1/ 10W

R0 9 2

1- 216- 073- 00

RES, CHI P

10K

5%

1/ 10W

R3 1 6

1- 216- 025- 91

RES, CHI P

100

5%

1/ 10W

R0 9 4

1- 216- 025- 91

RES, CHI P

100

5%

1/ 10W

R3 1 7

1- 216- 097- 91

RES, CHI P

100K

5%

1/ 10W

R0 9 5

1- 216- 025- 91

RES, CHI P

100

5%

1/ 10W

R3 1 8

1- 216- 025- 91

RES, CHI P

100

5%

1/ 10W

R0 9 6

1- 247- 807- 31

CARBON

100

5%

1/ 4W

R3 1 9

1- 216- 025- 91

RES, CHI P

100

5%

1/ 10W

R0 9 7

1- 247- 807- 31

CARBON

100

5%

1/ 4W

R3 2 0

1- 216- 025- 91

RES, CHI P

100

5%

1/ 10W

R0 9 8

1- 216- 097- 91

RES, CHI P

100K

5%

1/ 10W

R3 2 1

1- 216- 025- 91

RES, CHI P

100

5%

1/ 10W

R0 9 9

1- 216- 246- 00

RES, CHI P

100K

5%

1/ 8W

R3 2 2

1- 216- 047- 91

RES, CHI P

820

5%

1/ 10W

R1 0 1

1- 216- 049- 91

RES, CHI P

1K

5%

1/ 10W

R3 2 3

1- 216- 025- 91

RES, CHI P

100

5%

1/ 10W

R1 0 3

1- 216- 041- 00

RES, CHI P

470

5%

1/ 10W

R3 2 4

1- 412- 002- 31

I NDUCTOR CHI P 4 . 7 UH

R1 0 5

1- 216- 069- 00

RES, CHI P

6. 8K

5%

1/ 10W

R3 2 5

1- 412- 002- 31

I NDUCTOR CHI P 4 . 7 UH

R1 0 6

1- 215- 900- 11

METAL OXI DE

22K

5%

2W

R3 2 7

1- 216- 295- 91

SHORT

0

R1 2 0

1- 216- 037- 00

RES, CHI P

330

5%

1/ 10W

R3 2 8

1- 216- 049- 91

RES, CHI P

1K

5%

1/ 10W

R1 2 1

1- 216- 025- 91

RES, CHI P

100

5%

1/ 10W

R3 2 9

1- 216- 031- 00

RES, CHI P

180

5%

1/ 10W

R1 2 2

1- 216- 025- 91

RES, CHI P

100

5%

1/ 10W

R3 3 0

1- 216- 089- 91

RES, CHI P

47K

5%

1/ 10W

R1 2 5

1- 249- 417- 11

CARBON

1K

5%

1/ 4W

R3 3 1

1- 216- 057- 00

RES, CHI P

2. 2K

5%

1/ 10W

R1 2 6

1- 216- 081- 00

RES, CHI P

22K

5%

1/ 10W

R3 3 2

1- 216- 206- 00

RES, CHI P

2. 2K

5%

1/ 8W

R1 3 0

1- 216- 085- 91

RES, CHI P

33K

5%

1/ 10W

R3 3 3

1- 216- 206- 00

RES, CHI P

2. 2K

5%

1/ 8W

R1 3 4

1- 216- 075- 00

RES, CHI P

12K

5%

1/ 10W

R3 3 4

1- 216- 025- 91

RES, CHI P

100

5%

1/ 10W

R1 4 4

1- 216- 222- 00

RES, CHI P

10K

5%

1/ 8W

R3 3 5

1- 216- 025- 91

RES, CHI P

100

5%

1/ 10W

R1 4 5

1- 216- 212- 00

RES, CHI P

3. 9K

5%

1/ 8W

R3 3 6

1- 216- 077- 00

RES, CHI P

15K

5%

1/ 10W

R1 4 6

1- 216- 105- 91

RES, CHI P

220K

5%

1/ 10W

R3 3 8

1- 216- 049- 91

RES, CHI P

1K

5%

1/ 10W

R1 5 1

1- 216- 049- 91

RES, CHI P

1K

5%

1/ 10W

R3 3 9

1- 216- 081- 00

RES, CHI P

22K

5%

1/ 10W

R1 5 3

1- 216- 180- 00

RES, CHI P

180

5%

1/ 8W

R3 4 0

1- 535- 143- 11

LEAD,

J UMPER ( 1 0 . MM)

R1 5 4

1- 216- 238- 91

RES, CHI P

47K

5%

1/ 8W

R3 4 1

1- 535- 143- 11

LEAD,

J UMPER ( 1 0 . MM)

R1 5 5

1- 216- 079- 00

RES, CHI P

18K

5%

1/ 10W

R3 4 2

1- 216- 103- 00

RES, CHI P

180K

5%

1/ 10W

R2 0 2

1- 216- 113- 91

RES, CHI P

470K

5%

1/ 10W

R4 0 1

1- 216- 113- 00

RES, CHI P

470K

5%

1/ 10W

R2 0 3

1- 216- 081- 91

RES, CHI P

22K

5%

1/ 10W

R4 0 2

1- 216- 295- 91

SHORT

0

R2 0 4

1- 247- 863- 91

CARBON

22K

5%

1/ 4W

R4 0 3

1- 216- 041- 00

RES, CHI P

470

5%

1/ 10W

R2 0 6

1- 216- 085- 00

RES, CHI P

33K

5%

1/ 10W

R4 0 4

1- 216- 113- 00

RES, CHI P

470K

5%

1/ 10W

R2 0 8

1- 216- 055- 00

RES, CHI P

1. 8K

5%

1/ 10W

R4 0 6

1- 216- 113- 00

RES, CHI P

470K

5%

1/ 10W

R2 0 9

1- 216- 055- 00

RES, CHI P

1. 8K

5%

1/ 10W

R4 0 7

1- 216- 295- 91

SHORT

0

R2 1 1

1- 215- 873- 00

METAL OXI DE

4. 7K

5%

1W

R4 0 8

1- 216- 022- 00

RES, CHI P

75

5%

1/ 10W

R2 1 3

1- 216- 093- 91

RES, CHI P

68K

5%

1/ 10W

R4 0 9

1- 216- 174- 00

RES, CHI P

100

5%

1/ 8W

R3 0 1

1- 216- 025- 91

RES, CHI P

100

5%

1/ 10W

R4 1 0

1- 216- 174- 00

RES, CHI P

100

5%

1/ 8W

R3 0 2

1- 216- 081- 00

RES, CHI P

22K

5%

1/ 10W

R4 1 1

1- 216- 022- 00

RES, CHI P

75

5%

1/ 10W

R3 0 3

1- 216- 073- 00

RES, CHI P

10K

5%

1/ 10W

R4 1 2

1- 216- 174- 00

RES, CHI P

100

5%

1/ 8W

R3 0 4

1- 216- 065- 91

RES, CHI P

4. 7K

5%

1/ 10W

R4 1 3

1- 216- 295- 91

SHORT

0

R3 0 5

1- 412- 002- 31

I NDUCTOR CHI P 4 . 7 UH

R4 1 4

1- 216- 022- 00

RES, CHI P

75

5%

1/ 10W

R3 0 6

1- 216- 057- 00

RES, CHI P

2. 2K

5%

1/ 10W

R4 1 5

1- 216- 022- 00

RES, CHI P

75

5%

1/ 10W

R3 0 7

1- 216- 041- 00

RES, CHI P

470

5%

1/ 10W

R4 1 7

1- 249- 403- 11

CARBON

68

5%

1/ 4W

R3 0 8

1- 216- 049- 91

RES, CHI P

1K

5%

1/ 10W

R4 1 8

1- 249- 413- 11

CARBON

470

5%

1/ 4W

R3 0 9

1- 216- 675- 11

METAL CHI P

10K

0. 50% 1/ 10W

R4 1 9

1- 216- 022- 00

RES, CHI P

75

5%

1/ 10W

R3 1 0

1- 216- 022- 00

RES, CHI P

75

5%

1/ 10W

R4 2 0

1- 216- 041- 00

RES, CHI P

470

5%

1/ 10W

R3 1 2

1- 216- 061- 00

RES, CHI P

3. 3K

5%

1/ 10W

R4 2 1

1- 216- 113- 00

RES, CHI P

470K

5%

1/ 10W

R3 1 3

1- 216- 025- 91

RES, CHI P

100

5%

1/ 10W

R4 2 5

1- 216- 073- 00

RES, CHI P

10K

5%

1/ 10W

F

F

63

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

A REF. NO.

PART.NO

DESCRIPTION

REMARK

REF. NO.

PART.NO

DESCRIPTION

REMARK

R4 2 7

1- 216- 113- 00

RES, CHI P

470K

5%

1/ 10W

R5 4 0

1- 215- 861- 00

METAL OXI DE

47

5%

1W

R4 2 9

1- 216- 041- 00

RES, CHI P

470

5%

1/ 10W

R5 4 2

1- 216- 089- 91

RES, CHI P

47K

5%

1/ 10W

R4 3 0

1- 216- 113- 00

RES, CHI P

470K

5%

1/ 10W

R5 4 3

1- 216- 089- 91

RES, CHI P

47K

5%

1/ 10W

R4 3 2

1- 216- 113- 00

RES, CHI P

470K

5%

1/ 10W

R5 4 6

1- 249- 401- 11

CARBON

47

5%

1/ 4W

F

R4 3 5

1- 216- 022- 00

RES, CHI P

75

5%

1/ 10W

R5 4 7

1- 535- 303- 00

LEAD,

R4 3 7

1- 216- 022- 00

RES, CHI P

75

5%

1/ 10W

R5 4 9

1- 216- 363- 00

METAL OXI DE

0. 33

5%

2W

F

R4 3 9

1- 216- 041- 00

RES, CHI P

470

5%

1/ 10W

R5 5 1

1- 215- 873- 00

METAL OXI DE

4. 7K

5%

1W

F

R4 4 0

1- 216- 113- 00

RES, CHI P

470K

5%

1/ 10W

R5 5 2

1- 216- 061- 00

RES, CHI P

3. 3K

5%

1/ 10W

R4 4 2

1- 216- 073- 00

RES, CHI P

10K

5%

1/ 10W

R5 5 3

1- 249- 381- 11

CARBON

1

5%

1/ 4W

R4 4 5

1- 216- 171- 00

RES, CHI P

75

5%

1/ 8W

R5 5 5

1- 216- 059- 00

RES, CHI P

2. 7K

5%

1/ 10W

R4 5 0

1- 216- 041- 00

RES, CHI P

470

5%

1/ 10W

R5 7 1

1- 249- 417- 11

CARBON

1K

5%

1/ 4W

F

R4 5 4

1- 216- 041- 00

RES, CHI P

470

5%

1/ 10W

R5 7 2

1- 216- 369- 00

METAL OXI DE

1

5%

2W

F

R4 5 7

1- 216- 174- 00

RES, CHI P

100

5%

1/ 8W

R5 7 4

1- 216- 065- 91

RES, CHI P

4. 7K

5%

1/ 10W

R4 5 9

1- 247- 807- 31

CARBON

100

5%

1/ 4W

R5 7 5

1- 216- 097- 91

RES, CHI P

100K

5%

1/ 10W

R4 6 0

1- 249- 403- 11

CARBON

68

5%

1/ 4W

R5 8 1

1- 216- 089- 91

RES, CHI P

47K

5%

1/ 10W

R4 6 1

1- 216- 033- 00

RES, CHI P

220

5%

1/ 10W

R5 8 2

1- 216- 089- 91

RES, CHI P

47K

5%

1/ 10W

R5 0 1

1- 216- 081- 00

RES, CHI P

22K

5%

1/ 10W

R5 8 3

1- 216- 081- 00

RES, CHI P

22K

5%

1/ 10W

R5 0 2

1- 216- 097- 91

RES, CHI P

100K

5%

1/ 10W

R5 8 9

1- 216- 097- 91

RES, CHI P

100K

5%

1/ 10W

R5 0 3

1- 215- 888- 00

METAL OXI DE

220

5%

2W

F

R5 9 0

1- 216- 230- 00

RES, CHI P

22K

5%

1/ 8W

R5 0 4

1- 249- 385- 11

CARBON

2. 2

5%

1/ 4W

F

R5 9 1

1- 215- 892- 11

METAL OXI DE

1K

5%

2W

R5 0 5

1- 216- 667- 91

METAL CHI P

4. 7K

0. 50% 1/ 10W

R5 9 3

1- 249- 439- 11

CARBON

68K

5%

1/ 4W

R5 0 6

1- 216- 663- 11

METAL CHI P

3. 3K

0. 50% 1/ 10W

R5 9 4

1- 216- 057- 00

RES, CHI P

2. 2K

5%

1/ 10W

R5 0 7

1- 216- 349- 00

METAL OXI DE

1

5%

R5 0 8

1- 216- 667- 91

METAL CHI P

4. 7K

0. 50% 1/ 10W

R6 0 2

R5 0 9

1- 216- 663- 11

METAL CHI P

3. 3K

0. 50% 1/ 10W

R6 0 3

R5 1 0

1- 216- 081- 00

RES, CHI P

22K

5%

1/ 10W

R5 1 1

1- 215- 869- 11

METAL OXI DE

1K

5%

1W

F

R6 0 7

R5 1 2

1- 249- 382- 11

CARBON

1. 2

5%

1/ 4W

F

R6 0 8

R5 1 3

1- 216- 097- 91

RES, CHI P

100K

5%

1/ 10W

R6 1 1

R5 1 4

1- 249- 377- 11

CARBON

0. 47

5%

1/ 4W

F

R6 1 6

R5 1 5

1- 249- 377- 11

CARBON

0. 47

5%

1/ 4W

F

R5 1 6

1- 249- 493- 11

CARBON

56K

5%

1/ 2W

R5 1 8

1- 216- 059- 00

RES, CHI P

2. 7K

5%

1/ 10W

R5 2 0

1- 215- 884- 11

METAL OXI DE

47

5%

2W

R5 2 2

1- 216- 097- 91

RES, CHI P

100K

5%

R5 2 3

1- 216- 121- 91

RES, CHI P

1M

R5 2 4

1- 216- 083- 00

RES, CHI P

27K

R5 2 5

1- 216- 057- 00

RES, CHI P

R5 2 6

1- 216- 089- 91

R5 2 7

1W

R5 9 5

F

£

R6 0 4

F

J UMPER ( 5 . 0 MM)

1- 249- 377- 11

CARBON

0. 47

5%

1/ 4W

1- 202- 961- 11

CEMENTED

1. 8

5%

10W

1- 202- 933- 61

FUSI BLE

0. 1

10%

1/ 2W

F

F

F

F

1- 249- 421- 11

CARBON

2. 2K

5%

1/ 4W

1- 202- 961- 11

CEMENTED

1. 8

5%

10W

1- 216- 488- 11

METAL OXI DE

18K

5%

3W

1- 249- 415- 11

CARBON

680

5%

1/ 4W

1- 216- 393- 00

METAL OXI DE

2. 2

5%

3W

F

R6 1 7

1- 249- 405- 11

CARBON

100

5%

1/ 4W

F

R6 1 9

1- 216- 214- 00

RES, CHI P

4. 7K

5%

1/ 8W

R6 2 0

1- 216- 055- 00

RES, CHI P

1. 8K

5%

1/ 10W

R6 2 2

1- 249- 401- 11

CARBON

47

5%

1/ 4W

1/ 10W

R6 2 8

1- 247- 791- 91

CARBON

22

5%

1/ 4W

5%

1/ 10W

R6 3 2

£

1- 240- 030- 91

METAL

4. 7M

5%

1/ 2W

5%

1/ 10W

R6 3 4

£

1- 240- 030- 91

METAL

4. 7M

5%

1/ 2W

2. 2K

5%

1/ 10W

R6 5 1

£

1- 220- 926- 11

FUSI BLE

0. 47

10%

1/ 2W

F

RES, CHI P

47K

5%

1/ 10W

R6 5 2

1- 216- 393- 00

METAL OXI DE

2. 2

5%

3W

F

1- 216- 077- 00

RES, CHI P

15K

5%

1/ 10W

R6 5 3

1- 216- 393- 00

METAL OXI DE

2. 2

5%

3W

F

R5 2 8

1- 216- 097- 91

RES, CHI P

100K

5%

1/ 10W

R6 5 4

1- 249- 389- 11

CARBON

4. 7

5%

1/ 4W

F

R5 2 9

1- 216- 073- 00

RES, CHI P

10K

5%

1/ 10W

R6 5 8

1- 215- 929- 11

METAL OXI DE

100K

5%

3W

F

R5 3 0

1- 216- 085- 00

RES, CHI P

33K

5%

1/ 10W

R6 5 9

1- 216- 383- 11

METAL OXI DE

0. 33

5%

3W

F

R5 3 1

1- 216- 057- 00

RES, CHI P

2. 2K

5%

1/ 10W

R6 6 0

1- 216- 383- 11

METAL OXI DE

0. 33

5%

3W

F

R5 3 2

1- 216- 065- 91

RES, CHI P

4. 7K

5%

1/ 10W

R6 6 1

1- 247- 843- 11

CARBON

3. 3K

5%

1/ 4W

R5 3 3

1- 216- 073- 00

RES, CHI P

10K

5%

1/ 10W

R6 6 2

1- 215- 929- 11

METAL OXI DE

100K

5%

3W

F

R5 3 9

1- 216- 049- 91

RES, CHI P

1K

5%

1/ 10W

R6 6 5

1- 215- 902- 51

METAL OXI DE

47K

5%

2W

F

F

64

£

F

The components identified by shading and marked are critical for safety Replace only with the part number specified. REF. NO.

PART.NO

A

DESCRIPTION

R6 6 6

1- 535- 143- 71

LEAD,

R6 6 7

1- 215- 900- 51

METAL OXI DE

REMARK

REF. NO.

J UMPER ( 7 . 5 MM) 22K

5%

2W

F

£

1- 755- 266- 11

1- 572- 707- 11

1- 125- 318- 00

ELECT( BLOCK)

2 2 0 MF

20%

400V

1- 107- 670- 11

ELECT

1 0 MF

20%

400V

< FI LTER >

RELAY,

SWF1 0 1

AC POWER

SWI TCH,

£

T5 3 1 T5 3 2 T6 0 1

£

T6 0 2

1- 767- 874- 11

FI LTER,

SURFACE WAVE

< I C >

I C1 0 1

LEVER

8- 759- 466- 49

I C TDA9 8 1 7 / V1

< COI L >

< TRANSFORMER >

T5 1 1

REMARK

C6 3 8

< SWI TCH >

SW5 3 2

DESCRIPTION

C6 0 6

< RELAY >

RY6 0 1

PART.NO

1- 453- 308- 11

TRANSFORMER ASSY,

1- 437- 195- 11

TRANSFORMER,

HORI ZONTAL DRI VE

1- 426- 981- 11

TRANSFORMER,

FERRI TE ( PMT)

1- 427- 962- 11

TRANSFORMER,

LI NE FI LTER

1- 431- 732- 21

TRANSFORMER,

CONVERTER ( SRT)

1- 433- 933- 11

TRANSFORMER,

CONVERTER ( SRT)

L1 0 5

FLYBACK NX- 4 5 2 1 / / U2 B4

1- 408- 603- 31

I NDUCTOR

1 0 UH

< TRANSI STOR >

Q1 0 8

8- 729- 120- 08

TRANSI STOR 2 SC1 6 2 3 - L5 L6

8- 729- 901- 81

TRANSI STOR 2 SC2 4 1 2 K

8- 729- 031- 81

TRANSI STOR 2 PD6 0 1 AR

( KV- 2 5 FX2 0 A/ 2 5 FX2 0 D/ 2 5 FX2 0 E) T6 0 3

£

( KV- 2 9 FX2 0 A/ 2 9 FX2 0 D/ 2 9 FX2 0 E) Q1 6 0

< CRYSTAL >

( KV- 2 9 FX2 0 A/ 2 9 FX2 0 D/ 2 9 FX2 0 E) X0 0 1

1- 578- 774- 11

VI BRATOR,

CRYSTAL

X3 0 2

1- 567- 505- 11

OSCI LLATOR,

CRYSTAL

X3 0 3

1- 567- 504- 11

OSCI LLATOR,

CRYSTAL

< RESI STOR >

A Board Variant Parts KV-25FX20A/25FX20D/25FX20E/ KV-29FX20A/29FX20D/29FX20E < CAPACI TOR >

J R1 1 3

1- 216- 295- 91

SHORT

0

R1 1 4

1- 216- 295- 91

SHORT

0

R1 3 3

1- 216- 295- 91

SHORT

0

R1 3 7

1- 216- 035- 00

RES, CHI P

270

5%

1/ 10W

R1 3 8

1- 216- 097- 91

RES, CHI P

100K

5%

1/ 10W

R1 3 9

1- 216- 093- 91

RES, CHI P

68K

5%

1/ 10W

C1 1 1

1- 216- 296- 91

SHORT

0

C1 2 3

1- 102- 108- 91

CERAMI C CHI P 1 5 0 PF

10%

50V

R1 4 0

1- 216- 035- 00

RES, CHI P

270

5%

1/ 10W

C1 2 4

1- 104- 664- 11

ELECT

20%

25V

R1 4 1

1- 216- 043- 91

RES, CHI P

560

5%

1/ 10W

C1 2 5

1- 101- 880- 91

CERAMI C CHI P 4 7 PF

5%

50V

R1 4 3

1- 216- 031- 91

RES, CHI P

180

5%

1/ 10W

C1 3 2

1- 102- 525- 91

CERAMI C CHI P 6 8 PF

5%

50V

C5 3 6

1- 117- 813- 11

FI LM

0 . 7 5 MF

5%

250V

1- 115- 521- 11

FI LM

0 . 8 2 MF

4 7 MF

( KV- 2 5 FX2 0 A/ 2 5 FX2 0 D/ 2 5 FX2 0 E) 1- 247- 809- 91

RES, CHI P

120

5%

1/ 10W

( KV- 2 9 FX2 0 A/ 2 9 FX2 0 D/ 2 9 FX2 0 E)

( KV- 2 5 FX2 0 A/ 2 5 FX2 0 D/ 2 5 FX2 0 E) 5%

250V

( KV- 2 9 FX2 0 A/ 2 9 FX2 0 D/ 2 9 FX2 0 E) C5 4 6

1- 130- 895- 00

FI LM

0 . 0 5 6 MF

5%

FI LM

0 . 0 5 1 MF

5%

1- 247- 843- 91

CARBON

3. 3K

5%

1/ 4W

R1 6 0

1- 216- 049- 91

RES, CHI P

1K

5%

1/ 10W

R1 6 1

1- 216- 021- 91

RES, CHI P

68

( KV- 2 9 FX2 0 A/ 2 9 FX2 0 D/ 2 9 FX2 0 E)

400V

( KV- 2 5 FX2 0 A/ 2 5 FX2 0 D/ 2 5 FX2 0 E) 1- 130- 118- 00

R1 5 9

5%

1/ 10W

( KV- 2 9 FX2 0 A/ 2 9 FX2 0 D/ 2 9 FX2 0 E)

400V

( KV- 2 9 FX2 0 A/ 2 9 FX2 0 D/ 2 9 FX2 0 E) R3 2 6 C5 5 3

1- 137- 417- 11

MYLAR

0 . 0 0 4 7 MF

C5 5 5

1- 128- 935- 11

CERAMI C CHI P 1 9 0 0 0 PF

10%

200V

3%

1200V

1- 216- 121- 91

RES, CHI P

1- 128- 526- 11

ELECT

C5 8 2

1- 163- 267- 91

CERAMI C CHI P 4 7 0 PF

1 0 0 MF

1- 163- 259- 91

CERAMI C CHI P 2 2 0 PF

20%

16V

5%

50V

1- 216- 113- 00

1/ 10W

RES, CHI P

470K

5%

1/ 10W

( KV- 2 9 FX2 0 A/ 2 9 FX2 0 D/ 2 9 FX2 0 E) R5 1 7

1- 247- 859- 91

CARBON

15K

5%

1/ 4W

( KV- 2 5 FX2 0 A/ 2 5 FX2 0 D/ 2 5 FX2 0 E) 1- 249- 428- 11

( KV- 2 5 FX2 0 A/ 2 5 FX2 0 D/ 2 5 FX2 0 E) 5%

5%

( KV- 2 5 FX2 0 A/ 2 5 FX2 0 D/ 2 5 FX2 0 E)

( KV- 2 9 FX2 0 A/ 2 9 FX2 0 D/ 2 9 FX2 0 E) C5 7 2

1M

CARBON

8. 2K

5%

1/ 4W

( KV- 2 9 FX2 0 A/ 2 9 FX2 0 D/ 2 9 FX2 0 E)

50V

( KV- 2 9 FX2 0 A/ 2 9 FX2 0 D/ 2 9 FX2 0 E)

65

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

A REF. NO.

PART.NO

R5 0 5

1- 126- 667- 11

DESCRIPTION

METAL CHI P

REMARK

4. 7K

REF. NO.

0. 50% 1/ 10W

( KV- 2 5 FX2 0 A/ 2 5 FX2 0 D/ 2 5 FX2 0 E) R5 0 8

1- 126- 667- 11

METAL CHI P

4. 7K

R5 2 1

1- 216- 117- 00

RES, CHI P

680K

1- 216- 121- 91

RES, CHI P

1M

0. 50% 1/ 10W

( KV- 2 5 FX2 0 / 2 5 FX2 0 D/ 2 5 FX2 0 E) 5%

1/ 10W

PART.NO

DESCRIPTION

REMARK

C1 1 1

1- 163- 059- 00

CERAMI C CHI P 0 . 0 1 MF

C1 2 1

1- 163- 031- 11

CERAMI C CHI P 0 . 0 1 MF

50V 50V

C1 3 3

1- 162- 638- 11

CERAMI C CHI P 1 MF

16V

C1 4 0

1- 104- 664- 11

ELECT

4 7 MF

20%

16V

C5 3 6

1- 117- 813- 11

FI LM

0 . 7 5 MF

5%

250V

1- 115- 521- 11

FI LM

0 . 8 2 MF

5%

250V

( KV- 2 5 FX2 0 B)

( KV- 2 5 FX2 0 A/ 2 5 FX2 0 D/ 2 5 FX2 0 E) 5%

1/ 10W

( KV- 2 9 FX2 0 B)

( KV- 2 9 FX2 0 A/ 2 9 FX2 0 D/ 2 9 FX2 0 E)

R5 3 4

1- 216- 113- 00

RES, CHI P

470K

5%

C5 4 6

1/ 10W

1- 130- 895- 00

FI LM

0 . 0 5 6 MF

5%

400V

1- 130- 118- 00

FI LM

0 . 0 5 1 MF

5%

400V

C5 5 3

1- 137- 417- 11

MYLAR

0 . 0 0 4 7 MF

10%

200V

C5 5 5

1- 128- 935- 11

CERAMI C CHI P 1 9 0 0 0 PF

3%

1200V

C5 7 2

1- 128- 526- 11

ELECT

20%

16V

C5 8 2

1- 163- 133- 00

CERAMI C CHI P 4 7 0 PF

5%

50V

1- 163- 259- 91

CERAMI C CHI P 2 2 0 PF

5%

50V

( KV- 2 5 FX2 0 B)

( KV- 2 5 FX2 0 A/ 2 5 FX2 0 D/ 2 5 FX2 0 E) 1- 216- 105- 91

RES, CHI P

220K

1- 216- 109- 00

RES, CHI P

330K

1- 216- 101- 00

RES, CHI P

150K

5%

1/ 10W

( KV- 2 9 FX2 0 B)

( KV- 2 9 FX2 0 A/ 2 9 FX2 0 D/ 2 9 FX2 0 E) R5 3 5

5%

1/ 10W

( KV- 2 5 FX2 0 A/ 2 5 FX2 0 D/ 2 5 FX2 0 E) 5%

1/ 10W

( KV- 2 9 FX2 0 B)

( KV- 2 9 FX2 0 A/ 2 9 FX2 0 D/ 2 9 FX2 0 E)

R5 4 1

1- 216- 093- 91

RES, CHI P

68K

5%

1/ 10W

1 0 0 MF

( KV- 2 5 FX2 0 B)

( KV- 2 5 FX2 0 A/ 2 5 FX2 0 D/ 2 5 FX2 0 E) 1- 216- 097- 91

RES, CHI P

100K

1- 212- 849- 61

FUSI BLE

4. 7

1- 202- 973- 61

FUSI BLE

3. 3

5%

1/ 10W

( KV- 2 9 FX2 0 B)

( KV- 2 9 FX2 0 A/ 2 9 FX2 0 D/ 2 9 FX2 0 E) R5 4 8

5%

1/ 4W

( KV- 2 5 FX2 0 A/ 2 5 FX2 0 D/ 2 5 FX2 0 E) 5%

1/ 10W

C6 0 6

1- 125- 318- 00

ELECT( BLOCK)

2 2 0 MF

20%

400V

C6 3 8

1- 107- 670- 11

ELECT

1 0 MF

20%

400V

( KV- 2 9 FX2 0 A/ 2 9 FX2 0 D/ 2 9 FX2 0 E) < FI LTER > R5 7 3

1- 216- 109- 91

RES, CHI P

330K

1- 216- 097- 91

RES, CHI P

100K

1- 216- 061- 00

RES, CHI P

3. 3K

5%

1/ 10W

( KV- 2 5 FX2 0 A/ 2 5 FX2 0 D/ 2 5 FX2 0 E) 5%

( KV- 2 9 FX2 0 A/ 2 9 FX2 0 D/ 2 9 FX2 0 E) R5 8 8

5%

CF1 0 5

1- 760- 154- 11

TRAP,

CERAMI C

SWF1 0 1

1- 579- 273- 11

FI LTER,

SURFACE WAVE

SWF1 0 3

1- 767- 083- 11

FI LTER,

SURFACE WAVE

1/ 10W

1/ 10W

( KV- 2 5 FX2 0 A/ 2 5 FX2 0 D/ 2 5 FX2 0 E) 1- 216- 065- 91

RES, CHI P

4. 7K

5%

< DI ODE >

1/ 10W

( KV- 2 9 FX2 0 A/ 2 9 FX2 0 D/ 2 9 FX2 0 E)

< TRANSFORMER >

T5 3 3

1- 433- 905- 11

TRANSFORMER,

D1 0 2

8- 719- 050- 59

DI ODE BA5 9 2 - GEG

D1 0 4

8- 719- 914- 43

DI ODE DAN2 0 2 K

< I C >

HORI ZONTAL LI NEAR ( KV- 2 5 FX2 0 A/ 2 5 FX2 0 D/ 2 5 FX2 0 E)

1- 433- 906- 11

TRANSFORMER,

I C1 0 1

HORI ZONTAL LI NEAR

8- 759- 466- 47

I C TDA9 8 1 8 / V1

( KV- 2 9 FX2 0 A/ 2 9 FX2 0 D/ 2 9 FX2 0 E) < COI L > < THERMI STOR >

THP6 0 1

£

1- 810- 961- 11

THERMI STOR,

POSI TI VE

L1 0 8

1- 410- 985- 42

I NDUCTOR CHI P

0 . 2 2 UH

L1 0 9

1- 410- 789- 11

I NDUCTOR

0 . 4 7 UH

L1 1 7

1- 412- 002- 42

I NDUCTOR CHI P

4 . 7 UH

< TUNER > < TRANSI STOR > TU1 0 1

8- 598- 432- 00

TUNER ( BTP- AC4 1 1 )

A Board Variant Parts

KV-25FX20B/29FX20B

< CAPACI TOR >

C1 0 0

1- 163- 038- 91

CERAMI C CHI P 0 . 1 MF

25V

66

Q1 0 2

8- 729- 920- 72

TRANSI STOR 2 SA1 0 3 7 K- T- 1 4 6 - QR

Q1 0 4

1- 801- 806- 11

TRANSI STOR DTC1 4 4 EKA- T1 4 6

Q1 0 7

8- 729- 022- 54

TRANSI STOR 2 SC3 7 7 9 C, D- AA

Q1 0 9

1- 801- 806- 11

TRANSI STOR DTC1 4 4 EKA- T1 4 6

Q1 1 0

1- 801- 806- 11

TRANSI STOR DTC1 4 4 EKA- T1 4 6

The components identified by shading and marked are critical for safety Replace only with the part number specified. REF. NO.

PART.NO

A

DESCRIPTION

REMARK

REF. NO.

PART.NO

DESCRIPTION

REMARK

< VARI ABLE RESI STOR >

< RESI STOR >

R1 0 9

1- 216- 061- 00

RES, CHI P

3. 3K

5%

1/ 10W

R1 1 0

1- 216- 200- 11

RES, CHI P

1. 2K

5%

1/ 8W

R1 1 1

1- 216- 053- 00

RES, CHI P

1. 5K

5%

1/ 10W

R1 1 2

1- 216- 053- 00

RES, CHI P

1. 5K

5%

1/ 10W

R1 1 3

1- 216- 027- 00

RES, CHI P

120

5%

1/ 10W

R1 1 4

1- 216- 190- 00

RES, CHI P

470

5%

1/ 8W

R1 2 3

1- 216- 037- 91

RES, CHI P

330

5%

1/ 10W

R1 2 7

1- 216- 031- 00

RES, CHI P

180

5%

1/ 10W

R1 2 8

1- 216- 065- 91

RES, CHI P

4. 7K

5%

1/ 10W

R1 2 9

1- 216- 063- 91

RES, CHI P

3. 9K

5%

1/ 10W

R1 3 7

1- 216- 057- 00

RES, CHI P

2. 2K

5%

1/ 10W

R1 3 8

1- 216- 087- 91

RES, CHI P

39K

5%

1/ 10W

R1 3 9

1- 216- 075- 00

RES, CHI P

12K

5%

1/ 10W

R1 4 1

1- 216- 295- 91

SHORT

0

R1 4 2

1- 216- 043- 91

RES, CHI P

560

5%

1/ 10W

R1 4 7

1- 216- 017- 91

RES, CHI P

47

5%

1/ 10W

R1 4 8

1- 216- 174- 00

RES, CHI P

100

5%

1/ 8W

R1 4 9

1- 216- 049- 91

RES, CHI P

1K

5%

1/ 10W

R1 5 2

1- 216- 025- 91

RES, CHI P

100

5%

1/ 10W

R1 5 6

1- 216- 065- 91

RES, CHI P

4. 7K

5%

1/ 10W

RV1 0 1

1- 241- 765- 11

RES,

ADJ ,

CARBON 2 2 K

< TRANSFORMER >

T5 3 3

1- 433- 905- 11

TRANSFORMER,

HORI ZONTAL LI NEAR ( KV- 2 5 FX2 0 B)

1- 433- 906- 11

TRANSFORMER,

HORI ZONTAL LI NEAR ( KV- 2 9 FX2 0 B)

< THERMI STOR >

THP6 0 1

£

1- 810- 961- 11

THERMI STOR,

POSI TI VE

< TUNER >

TU1 0 1

1- 693- 418- 11

TUNER ( TELE9 - 0 0 1 A)

A Board Variant Parts

KV-25FX20K/29FX20K

< CAPACI TOR >

R1 5 7

1- 216- 065- 91

RES, CHI P

4. 7K

5%

1/ 10W

R1 5 8

1- 216- 025- 91

RES, CHI P

100

5%

1/ 10W

R1 5 9

C1 1 1

1- 216- 296- 91

SHORT

C1 2 3

1- 102- 106- 91

CERAMI C CHI P 1 0 0 PF

0 10%

50V

C1 2 4

1- 104- 664- 11

ELECT

20%

25V

C1 2 5

1- 102- 106- 91

CERAMI C CHI P 1 0 0 PF

10%

50V

C5 3 6

1- 117- 813- 11

FI LM

0 . 7 5 MF

5%

250V

1- 115- 521- 11

FI LM

0 . 8 2 MF

5%

250V

4 7 MF

( KV- 2 5 FX2 0 K)

1- 247- 835- 91

CARBON

1. 5K

5%

1 / 1 0 W ( KV- 2 5 FX2 0 B)

1- 249- 419- 11

CARBON

1. 5K

5%

1/ 4W

R1 6 0

1- 216- 295- 91

SHORT

0

( KV- 2 9 FX2 0 B)

R1 6 1

1- 216- 295- 91

SHORT

0

( KV- 2 9 FX2 0 B)

( KV- 2 9 FX2 0 K)

( KV- 2 9 FX2 0 B) C5 4 6

1- 130- 895- 00

FI LM

0 . 0 5 6 MF

5%

400V

1- 130- 118- 00

FI LM

0 . 0 5 1 MF

5%

400V

C5 5 3

1- 137- 417- 11

MYLAR

0 . 0 0 4 7 MF

10%

200V

C5 5 5

1- 128- 935- 11

CERAMI C CHI P 1 9 0 0 0 PF

3%

1200V

C5 7 2

1- 128- 526- 11

ELECT

20%

16V

C5 8 2

1- 163- 267- 91

CERAMI C CHI P 4 7 0 PF

5%

50V

1- 163- 259- 91

CERAMI C CHI P 2 2 0 PF

5%

50V

( KV- 2 5 FX2 0 K)

R3 2 6

1- 216- 121- 91

RES, CHI P

1M

5%

1 / 1 0 W ( KV- 2 5 FX2 0 B)

1- 216- 113- 00

RES, CHI P

470K

5%

1 / 1 0 W ( KV- 2 9 FX2 0 B)

R5 0 5

1- 216- 667- 11

METAL CHI P

4. 7K

0 . 5 0 % 1 / 1 0 W ( KV- 2 5 FX2 0 B)

R5 0 8

1- 216- 667- 11

METAL CHI P

4. 7K

0 . 5 0 % 1 / 1 0 W ( KV- 2 5 FX2 0 B)

R5 1 7

1- 247- 859- 91

CARBON

15K

5%

1/ 4W

( KV- 2 5 FX2 0 B)

1- 249- 428- 11

CARBON

8. 2K

5%

1/ 4W

( KV- 2 9 FX2 0 B)

1- 216- 117- 00

RES, CHI P

680K

5%

1 / 1 0 W ( KV- 2 5 FX2 0 B)

1- 216- 121- 91

RES, CHI P

1M

5%

1 / 1 0 W ( KV- 2 9 FX2 0 B)

( KV- 2 9 FX2 0 K)

( KV- 2 9 FX2 0 K)

R5 2 1

R5 3 4

R5 3 5

R5 4 1

R5 4 8

R5 7 3

R5 8 8

1- 216- 113- 00

RES, CHI P

470K

5%

1 / 1 0 W ( KV- 2 5 FX2 0 B)

1- 216- 105- 91

RES, CHI P

220K

5%

1 / 1 0 W ( KV- 2 9 FX2 0 B)

1- 216- 109- 00

RES, CHI P

330K

5%

1 / 1 0 W ( KV- 2 5 FX2 0 B)

1- 216- 101- 91

RES, CHI P

150K

5%

1 / 1 0 W ( KV- 2 9 FX2 0 B)

1- 216- 093- 91

RES, CHI P

68K

5%

1 / 1 0 W ( KV- 2 5 FX2 0 B)

1- 216- 097- 91

RES, CHI P

100K

5%

1 / 1 0 W ( KV- 2 9 FX2 0 B)

1- 202- 973- 61

FUSI BLE

3. 3

5%

1 / 1 0 W ( KV- 2 9 FX2 0 B)

1- 216- 109- 91

RES, CHI P

330K

5%

1 / 1 0 W ( KV- 2 5 FX2 0 B)

1- 216- 097- 91

RES, CHI P

100K

5%

1 / 1 0 W ( KV- 2 9 FX2 0 B)

1- 216- 061- 00

RES, CHI P

3. 3K

5%

1 / 1 0 W ( KV- 2 5 FX2 0 B)

1- 216- 065- 11

RES, CHI P

4. 7K

5%

1 / 1 0 W ( KV- 2 9 FX2 0 B)

1 0 0 MF

( KV- 2 5 FX2 0 K)

( KV- 2 9 FX2 0 K)

C6 0 6

1- 125- 318- 00

ELECT( BLOCK)

2 2 0 MF

20%

400V

C6 3 8

1- 107- 670- 11

ELECT

1 0 MF

20%

400V

< FI LTER >

SWF1 0 1

1- 579- 273- 11

FI LTER,

SURFACE WAVE

< I C >

I C1 0 1

67

8- 759- 466- 49

I C TDA9 8 1 7 / V1

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

A REF. NO.

PART.NO

DESCRIPTION

REMARK

REF. NO.

PART.NO

1- 408- 603- 31

I NDUCTOR

THP6 0 1

1 0 UH

Q1 6 0

8- 729- 120- 08

TRANSI STOR 2 SC1 6 2 3 - L5 L6 ( KV- 2 5 FX2 0 K)

8- 729- 901- 81

TRANSI STOR 2 SC2 4 1 2 K

( KV- 2 9 FX2 0 K)

8- 729- 031- 00

TRANSI STOR 2 PD6 0 1 AR

( KV- 2 9 FX2 0 K)

TU1 0 1

1- 216- 295- 91

SHORT

0

1- 216- 295- 91

SHORT

0

R1 3 3

1- 216- 295- 91

SHORT

0

R1 3 7

1- 216- 035- 00

RES, CHI P

270

R1 3 8

1- 216- 087- 91

RES, CHI P

100K

5%

1/ 10W

R1 3 9

1- 216- 093- 91

RES, CHI P

68K

5%

1/ 10W

R1 4 0

1- 216- 035- 00

RES, CHI P

270

5%

1/ 10W

R1 4 1

1- 216- 043- 91

RES, CHI P

560

5%

1/ 10W

R1 4 3

1- 247- 815- 91

RES, CHI P

220

5%

1/ 10W

R1 5 9

1- 247- 843- 91

CARBON

3. 3K

5%

1/ 4W

R1 6 0

1- 216- 049- 91

RES, CHI P

1K

5%

1 / 1 0 W ( KV- 2 9 FX2 0 K)

5%

1/ 10W

1- 216- 296- 91

SHORT

1- 102- 106- 91

CERAMI C CHI P 1 0 0 PF

RES, CHI P

68

5%

1 / 1 0 W ( KV- 2 9 FX2 0 K)

RES, CHI P

1M

5%

1 / 1 0 W ( KV- 2 5 FX2 0 K) 1 / 1 0 W ( KV- 2 9 FX2 0 K)

1- 216- 113- 00

RES, CHI P

470K

5%

R5 0 5

1- 216- 667- 11

METAL CHI P

4. 7K

0 . 5 0 % 1 / 1 0 W ( KV- 2 5 FX2 0 K)

R5 0 8

1- 216- 667- 11

METAL CHI P

4. 7K

0 . 5 0 % 1 / 1 0 W ( KV- 2 5 FX2 0 K)

R5 7 3

R5 8 8

10%

50V

C1 2 4

1- 104- 664- 11

ELECT

20%

25V

C1 2 5

1- 102- 106- 91

CERAMI C CHI P 1 0 0 PF

10%

50V

C1 3 2

1- 163- 113- 00

CERAMI C CHI P 6 8 PF

5%

50V

4 7 MF

1- 117- 813- 11

FI LM

0 . 7 5 MF

5%

250V

1- 115- 521- 11

FI LM

0 . 8 2 MF

5%

250V

1- 130- 895- 00

FI LM

0 . 0 5 6 MF

5%

400V

1- 130- 118- 00

FI LM

0 . 0 5 1 MF

5%

400V

1- 247- 859- 91

CARBON

15K

5%

1/ 4W

( KV- 2 5 FX2 0 K)

1- 249- 428- 11

CARBON

8. 2K

5%

1/ 4W

( KV- 2 9 FX2 0 K)

1- 216- 117- 00

RES, CHI P

680K

5%

1 / 1 0 W ( KV- 2 5 FX2 0 K)

1- 216- 121- 91

RES, CHI P

1M

5%

1 / 1 0 W ( KV- 2 9 FX2 0 K)

1- 216- 113- 00

RES, CHI P

470K

5%

1 / 1 0 W ( KV- 2 5 FX2 0 K)

1- 216- 105- 91

RES, CHI P

220K

5%

1 / 1 0 W ( KV- 2 9 FX2 0 K)

1- 216- 109- 00

RES, CHI P

330K

5%

1 / 1 0 W ( KV- 2 5 FX2 0 K)

1- 216- 101- 00

RES, CHI P

150K

5%

1 / 1 0 W ( KV- 2 9 FX2 0 K)

1- 216- 093- 91

RES, CHI P

68K

5%

1 / 1 0 W ( KV- 2 5 FX2 0 K)

1- 216- 097- 91

RES, CHI P

100K

5%

1 / 1 0 W ( KV- 2 9 FX2 0 K)

1- 212- 849- 61

FUSI BLE

4. 7

5%

1/ 4W

( KV- 2 5 FX2 0 K)

1- 202- 973- 61

FUSI BLE

3. 3

5%

1/ 4W

( KV- 2 9 FX2 0 K)

1- 216- 109- 91

RES, CHI P

330K

5%

1 / 1 0 W ( KV- 2 5 FX2 0 K)

1- 216- 097- 91

RES, CHI P

100K

5%

1 / 1 0 W ( KV- 2 9 FX2 0 K)

1- 216- 061- 00

RES, CHI P

3. 3K

5%

1 / 1 0 W ( KV- 2 5 FX2 0 K)

1- 216- 065- 91

RES, CHI P

4. 7K

5%

1 / 1 0 W ( KV- 2 9 FX2 0 K)

( KV- 2 5 FX2 0 R)

( KV- 2 9 FX2 0 R)

C5 5 3

1- 137- 417- 11

MYLAR

10%

200V

C5 5 5

1- 128- 935- 11

CERAMI C CHI P 1 9 0 0 0 PF

3%

1200V

C5 7 2

1- 128- 526- 11

ELECT

20%

16V

C5 8 2

1- 163- 267- 91

CERAMI C CHI P 4 7 0 PF

5%

50V

1- 163- 259- 91

CERAMI C CHI P 2 2 0 PF

5%

50V

1- 433- 905- 11

TRANSFORMER,

HORI ZONTAL LI NEAR

( KV- 2 5 FX2 0 K)

TRANSFORMER,

HORI ZONTAL LI NEAR

( KV- 2 9 FX2 0 K)

1 0 0 MF

( KV- 2 5 FX2 0 R)

( KV- 2 9 FX2 0 R)

C6 0 6

1- 117- 751- 11

ELECT( BLOCK)

2 2 0 MF

20%

450V

C6 3 8

1- 107- 679- 41

ELECT

1 0 MF

20%

450V

< FI LTER >

SWF1 0 1

1- 579- 273- 11

FI LTER,

SURFACE WAVE

< I C >

I C1 0 1

8- 759- 466- 49

I C TDA9 8 1 7 / V1

< COI L >

L1 0 5

1- 433- 906- 11

0 . 0 0 4 7 MF

( KV- 2 9 FX2 0 R)

< TRANSFORMER >

T5 3 3

0

( KV- 2 9 FX2 0 R)

1- 216- 121- 91

R5 4 8

KV-25FX20R/29FX20R

C1 2 3

C5 4 6

1- 216- 021- 91

R5 4 1

TUNER ( BTP- AC4 1 1 )

( KV- 2 5 FX2 0 R)

R3 2 6

R5 3 5

8- 598- 432- 00

( KV- 2 9 FX2 0 R)

R1 6 1

R5 3 4

POSI TI VE

C1 1 1

C5 3 6

R5 2 1

THERMI STOR,

< CAPACI TOR >

R1 1 4

R5 1 7

1- 810- 961- 11

A Board Variant Parts

< RESI STOR >

J R1 1 3

£

< TUNER >

< TRANSI STOR >

Q1 0 8

REMARK

< THERMI STOR >

< COI L >

L1 0 5

DESCRIPTION

68

1- 408- 603- 31

I NDUCTOR

1 0 UH

The components identified by shading and marked are critical for safety Replace only with the part number specified. REF. NO.

PART.NO

A

DESCRIPTION

REMARK

REF. NO.

Q1 6 0

8- 729- 120- 08

TRANSI STOR 2 SC1 6 2 3 - L5 L6 ( KV- 2 5 FX2 0 R)

8- 725- 901- 81

TRANSI STOR 2 SC2 4 1 2 K

( KV- 2 9 FX2 0 R)

8- 729- 031- 00

TRANSI STOR 2 PD6 0 1 AR

( KV- 2 9 FX2 0 R)

TU1 0 1

1- 216- 295- 91

SHORT

REMARK

TUNER ( BTP- AC4 1 1 )

KV-29FX20U

< CAPACI TOR >

0

R1 1 4

1- 216- 295- 91

SHORT

0

R1 3 3

1- 216- 295- 91

SHORT

0

R1 3 7

1- 216- 035- 00

RES, CHI P

270

5%

1/ 10W

R1 3 8

1- 216- 087- 91

RES, CHI P

100K

5%

1/ 10W

R1 3 9

1- 216- 093- 91

RES, CHI P

68K

5%

1/ 10W

R1 4 0

1- 216- 035- 00

RES, CHI P

270

5%

1/ 10W

R1 4 1

1- 216- 043- 91

RES, CHI P

560

5%

1/ 10W

R1 4 3

1- 247- 815- 91

RES, CHI P

220

5%

1/ 10W

R1 5 9

1- 247- 843- 91

CARBON

3. 3K

5%

1/ 4W

R1 6 0

1- 216- 049- 91

RES, CHI P

1K

5%

1 / 1 0 W ( KV- 2 9 FX2 0 R)

R1 6 1

1- 216- 021- 91

RES, CHI P

68

5%

1 / 1 0 W ( KV- 2 9 FX2 0 R)

C1 1 1

1- 216- 296- 91

SHORT

0

C5 3 6

1- 115- 521- 11

FI LM

0 . 8 2 MF

5%

250V

C5 4 6

1- 130- 118- 00

FI LM

0 . 0 5 1 MF

5%

400V

C5 5 3

1- 106- 359- 00

MYLAR

0 . 0 0 4 7 MF

10%

100V

C5 5 5

1- 128- 935- 11

CERAMI C CHI P 1 9 0 0 0 PF

3%

1200V

C5 7 2

1- 104- 665- 11

ELECT

20%

10V

C5 8 2

1- 163- 259- 91

CERAMI C CHI P 2 2 0 PF

5%

50V

C6 0 6

1- 125- 318- 00

ELECT( BLOCK)

2 2 0 MF

20%

400V

C6 3 8

1- 107- 670- 11

ELECT

1 0 MF

20%

400V

1 0 0 MF

< FI LTER >

SWF1 0 1

R3 2 6

8- 598- 432- 00

A Board Variant Parts

< RESI STOR >

J R1 1 3

DESCRIPTION

< TUNER >

< TRANSI STOR >

Q1 0 8

PART.NO

1- 216- 121- 91

RES, CHI P

1M

5%

1 / 1 0 W ( KV- 2 5 FX2 0 R)

1- 216- 113- 00

RES, CHI P

470K

5%

1 / 1 0 W ( KV- 2 9 FX2 0 R)

R5 0 5

1- 216- 667- 11

METAL CHI P

4. 7K

0 . 5 0 % 1 / 1 0 W ( KV- 2 5 FX2 0 R)

R5 0 8

1- 216- 667- 11

METAL CHI P

4. 7K

0 . 5 0 % 1 / 1 0 W ( KV- 2 5 FX2 0 R)

R5 1 7

1- 247- 859- 91

CARBON

15K

5%

1/ 4W

( KV- 2 5 FX2 0 R)

1- 249- 428- 11

CARBON

8. 2K

5%

1/ 4W

( KV- 2 9 FX2 0 R)

1- 216- 117- 00

RES, CHI P

680K

5%

1 / 1 0 W ( KV- 2 5 FX2 0 R)

1- 216- 121- 91

RES, CHI P

1M

5%

1 / 1 0 W ( KV- 2 9 FX2 0 R)

1- 216- 113- 00

RES, CHI P

470K

5%

1 / 1 0 W ( KV- 2 5 FX2 0 R)

1- 216- 105- 91

RES, CHI P

220K

5%

1 / 1 0 W ( KV- 2 9 FX2 0 R)

1- 579- 273- 11

FI LTER,

SURFACE WAVE

< I C >

I C1 0 1

8- 759- 466- 49

I C TDA9 8 1 7 / V1

< TRANSI STOR >

R5 2 1

R5 3 4

R5 3 5

R5 4 1

R5 4 8

R5 7 3

R5 8 8

1- 216- 109- 00

RES, CHI P

330K

5%

1 / 1 0 W ( KV- 2 5 FX2 0 R)

1- 216- 101- 00

RES, CHI P

150K

5%

1 / 1 0 W ( KV- 2 9 FX2 0 R)

1- 216- 093- 91

RES, CHI P

68K

5%

1 / 1 0 W ( KV- 2 5 FX2 0 R)

1- 216- 097- 91

RES, CHI P

100K

5%

1 / 1 0 W ( KV- 2 9 FX2 0 R)

1- 212- 849- 61

FUSI BLE

4. 7

5%

1/ 4W

( KV- 2 5 FX2 0 R)

1- 202- 973- 61

FUSI BLE

3. 3

5%

1/ 4W

( KV- 2 9 FX2 0 R)

1- 216- 109- 91

RES, CHI P

330K

5%

1 / 1 0 W ( KV- 2 5 FX2 0 R)

1- 216- 097- 91

RES, CHI P

100K

5%

1 / 1 0 W ( KV- 2 9 FX2 0 R)

1- 216- 061- 00

RES, CHI P

3. 3K

5%

1 / 1 0 W ( KV- 2 5 FX2 0 R)

1- 216- 065- 91

RES, CHI P

4. 7K

5%

1 / 1 0 W ( KV- 2 9 FX2 0 R)

Q1 6 0

1- 433- 905- 11

TRANSFORMER,

HORI ZONTAL LI NEAR

( KV- 2 5 FX2 0 R)

1- 433- 906- 11

TRANSFORMER,

HORI ZONTAL LI NEAR

( KV- 2 9 FX2 0 R)

TRANSI STOR 2 PD6 0 1 AR

< RESI STORS >

< TRANSFORMER >

T5 3 3

8- 729- 031- 00

J R1 1 3

1- 216- 295- 91

SHORT

0

R1 1 4

1- 216- 295- 91

SHORT

0

R1 3 3

1- 216- 295- 91

SHORT

0

R1 3 9

1- 216- 093- 91

RES, CHI P

68K

5%

1/ 10W

R1 4 1

1- 216- 043- 91

RES, CHI P

560

5%

1/ 10W

R1 4 3

1- 216- 031- 00

RES, CHI P

180

5%

1/ 10W

R1 6 0

1- 216- 049- 91

RES, CHI P

1K

5%

1/ 10W

R1 6 1

1- 216- 021- 91

RES, CHI P

68

5%

1/ 10W

R3 2 6

1- 216- 113- 00

RES, CHI P

470K

5%

1/ 10W

R5 1 7

1- 249- 428- 11

CARBON

8. 2K

5%

1/ 4W

R5 2 1

1- 216- 121- 91

RES, CHI P

1M

5%

1/ 10W

R5 3 4

1- 216- 105- 91

RES, CHI P

220K

5%

1/ 10W

R5 3 5

1- 216- 101- 00

RES, CHI P

150K

5%

1/ 10W

R5 4 1

1- 216- 097- 91

RES, CHI P

100K

5%

1/ 10W

R5 4 8

1- 202- 973- 61

FUSI BLE

3. 3

5%

1/ 4W

R5 7 3

1- 216- 097- 91

RES, CHI P

100K

5%

1/ 10W

R5 8 8

1- 216- 065- 91

RES, CHI P

4. 7K

5%

1/ 10W

< THERMI STOR >

THP6 0 1

£

1- 810- 961- 11

THERMI STOR,

POSI TI VE

69

A

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

C

REF. NO.

PART.NO

DESCRIPTION

REMARK

REF. NO.

< TRANSFORMER >

T5 3 3

1- 433- 906- 11

TRANSFORMER,

HORI ZONTAL LI NEAR

< THERMI STOR >

THP6 0 1

£

1- 808- 059- 31

THERMI STOR,

POSI TI VE

PART.NO

DESCRIPTION

REMARK

D7 1 5

8- 719- 991- 33

DI ODE 1 SS1 3 3 T- 7 7

D7 1 6

8- 719- 991- 33

DI ODE 1 SS1 3 3 T- 7 7

D7 1 7

8- 719- 991- 33

DI ODE 1 SS1 3 3 T- 7 7

D7 1 8

8- 719- 991- 33

DI ODE 1 SS1 3 3 T- 7 7

D7 1 9

8- 719- 991- 33

DI ODE 1 SS1 3 3 T- 7 7

D7 2 1

8- 719- 991- 33

DI ODE 1 SS1 3 3 T- 7 7

D7 2 2

8- 719- 991- 33

DI ODE 1 SS1 3 3 T- 7 7

< TUNER > < CRT SOCKET > TU1 0 1

8- 598- 464- 10

TUNER ( BTP- AU6 1 1 ) J701

*A-1638-127-A

£

1- 251- 595- 11

SOCKET,

CRT

C Board, Complete < COI L >

< CAPACI TOR >

C7 0 2

1- 102- 109- 00

CERAMI C

1 8 0 PF

10%

50V

C7 0 3

1- 102- 109- 00

CERAMI C

1 8 0 PF

10%

50V

C7 0 4

1- 101- 004- 00

CERAMI C

0 . 0 1 MF

C7 0 5

1- 101- 004- 00

CERAMI C

0 . 0 1 MF

C7 0 6

1- 102- 074- 00

CERAMI C

0 . 0 0 1 MF

C7 0 7 C7 0 8

1- 102- 074- 00 1- 162- 114- 00

CERAMI C CERAMI C

0 . 0 0 1 MF

10%

50V 2 KV

CERAMI C

C7 1 0

1- 136- 189- 00

FI LM

0 . 1 MF

10%

250V

C7 1 2

1- 102- 109- 00

CERAMI C

1 8 0 PF

10%

50V

C7 1 4

1- 104- 665- 11

CERAMI C ELECT

10%

0 . 0 1 MF 1 0 0 MF

50V

50V 20%

16V

C7 1 7

1- 102- 114- 00

CERAMI C

4 7 0 PF

10%

50V

C7 1 8

1- 102- 114- 00

CERAMI C

4 7 0 PF

10%

50V

C7 1 9

1- 102- 114- 00

CERAMI C

4 7 0 PF

10%

50V

< CONNECTOR >

CN7 0 1

1- 784- 633- 11

PI N,

CN7 0 2

1- 695- 915- 11

TAB ( CONTACT)

CN7 0 3

* 1- 564- 509- 11

PLUG,

2 2 UH

I NDUCTOR

1 0 UH

< TRANSI STOR >

50V

1- 102- 074- 00

1- 101- 004- 00

I NDUCTOR

1- 414- 183- 41

50V 10%

C7 0 9

C7 1 3

1- 412- 529- 11

L7 0 4

50V

0 . 0 0 4 7 MF 0 . 0 0 1 MF

L7 0 3

CONNECTOR 4 P

CONNECTOR 6 P

Q7 0 1

8- 729- 046- 28

TRANSI STOR BF4 2 0 - 1 2 6

Q7 0 2

8- 729- 119- 78

TRANSI STOR 2 SC2 7 8 5 - HFE

Q7 0 3

8- 729- 046- 28

TRANSI STOR BF4 2 0 - 1 2 6

Q7 0 4

8- 729- 200- 17

TRANSI STOR 2 SA1 0 9 1 - O

Q7 0 5

8- 729- 119- 78

TRANSI STOR 2 SC2 7 8 5 - HFE

Q7 0 6

8- 729- 046- 28

TRANSI STOR BF4 2 0 - 1 2 6

Q7 0 7

8- 729- 200- 17

TRANSI STOR 2 SA1 0 9 1 - O

Q7 0 8

8- 729- 119- 78

TRANSI STOR 2 SC2 7 8 5 - HFE

Q7 0 9

8- 729- 046- 28

TRANSI STOR BF4 2 0 - 1 2 6

Q7 1 0

8- 729- 200- 17

TRANSI STOR 2 SA1 0 9 1 - O

Q7 1 1

8- 729- 119- 78

TRANSI STOR 2 SC2 7 8 5 - HFE

Q7 1 2

8- 729- 046- 28

TRANSI STOR BF4 2 0 - 1 2 6

Q7 1 3

8- 729- 046- 28

TRANSI STOR BF4 2 0 - 1 2 6

Q7 1 4

8- 729- 026- 39

TRANSI STOR 2 SA9 3 3 AS- QT

Q7 1 5

8- 729- 200- 17

TRANSI STOR 2 SA1 0 9 1 - O

Q7 1 6

8- 729- 200- 17

TRANSI STOR 2 SA1 0 9 1 - O

Q7 1 7

8- 729- 200- 17

TRANSI STOR 2 SA1 0 9 1 - O

< DI ODE > < RESI STOR > D7 0 2

8- 719- 991- 33

DI ODE 1 SS1 3 3 T- 7 7

D7 0 3

8- 719- 991- 33

DI ODE 1 SS1 3 3 T- 7 7

D7 0 4 D7 0 5 D7 0 6

8- 719- 991- 33 8- 719- 991- 33 8- 719- 991- 33

DI ODE 1 SS1 3 3 T- 7 7 DI ODE 1 SS1 3 3 T- 7 7 DI ODE 1 SS1 3 3 T- 7 7

D7 0 7

8- 719- 991- 33

DI ODE 1 SS1 3 3 T- 7 7

D7 0 8

8- 719- 991- 33

DI ODE 1 SS1 3 3 T- 7 7

D7 0 9 D7 1 0 D7 1 1

8- 719- 991- 33 8- 719- 991- 33 8- 719- 991- 33

DI ODE 1 SS1 3 3 T- 7 7 DI ODE 1 SS1 3 3 T- 7 7 DI ODE 1 SS1 3 3 T- 7 7

D7 1 2

8- 719- 991- 33

DI ODE 1 SS1 3 3 T- 7 7

D7 1 4

8- 719- 991- 33

DI ODE 1 SS1 3 3 T- 7 7

70

R7 0 1

1- 247- 895- 91

CARBON

470K

5%

1/ 4W

R7 0 2

1- 216- 464- 11

METAL OXI DE

18K

5%

2W

F

R7 0 3

1- 249- 405- 11

CARBON

100

5%

1/ 4W

F

R7 0 4

1- 535- 143- 21

LEAD,

R7 0 5

1- 249- 931- 11

CARBON

2. 2K

5%

1/ 4W

F

R7 0 6

1- 247- 815- 91

CARBON

220

5%

1/ 4W

R7 0 7

1- 249- 412- 11

CARBON

390

5%

1/ 4W

R7 0 8

1- 249- 401- 11

CARBON

47

5%

1/ 4W

R7 0 9

1- 202- 844- 00

SOLI D

330K

10%

1/ 2W

R7 1 0

1- 247- 895- 91

CARBON

470K

5%

1/ 4W

R7 1 2

1- 249- 931- 11

CARBON

2. 2K

5%

1/ 4W

J UMPER ( 1 2 . 5 MM)

F

The components identified by shading and marked are critical for safety Replace only with the part number specified. REF. NO.

PART.NO

C VM

DESCRIPTION

REMARK

REF. NO.

PART.NO

DESCRIPTION

REMARK

R7 1 3

1- 247- 903- 00

CARBON

1M

5%

1/ 4W

C1 8 0 4

1- 126- 964- 11

ELECT

1 0 MF

20%

R7 1 4

1- 216- 464- 11

METAL OXI DE

18K

5%

2W

F

C1 8 0 5

1- 137- 366- 11

FI LM

0 . 0 0 2 2 MF

5%

50V

R7 1 5

1- 249- 405- 11

CARBON

100

5%

1/ 4W

F

C1 8 4 4

1- 129- 716- 00

FI LM

0 . 0 1 5 MF

5%

630V

R7 1 6

1- 247- 815- 91

CARBON

220

5%

1/ 4W

C1 8 4 5

1- 129- 725- 00

FI LM

0 . 0 8 2 MF

5%

400V

R7 1 7

1- 249- 412- 11

CARBON

390

5%

1/ 4W

C1 8 4 8

1- 136- 347- 11

FI LM

0 . 0 0 4 7 MF

5%

630V

R7 1 8

1- 202- 814- 11

SOLI D

33K

10%

1/ 2W

C1 9 0 1

1- 163- 251- 11

CERAMI C CHI P 1 0 0 PF

5%

50V

R7 1 9

1- 249- 401- 11

CARBON

47

5%

1/ 4W

C1 9 0 2

1- 137- 374- 11

FI LM

0 . 0 4 7 MF

5%

50V

R7 2 1

1- 249- 405- 11

CARBON

100

5%

1/ 4W

C1 9 0 3

1- 126- 964- 11

ELECT

1 0 MF

20%

50V

R7 2 2

1- 202- 848- 00

SOLI D

680K

10%

1/ 2W

C1 9 0 4

1- 137- 366- 11

FI LM

0 . 0 0 2 2 MF

5%

50V

R7 2 4

1- 260- 131- 11

CARBON

470K

5%

1/ 2W

C1 9 0 5

1- 137- 374- 11

FI LM

0 . 0 4 7 MF

5%

50V

R7 2 5

1- 249- 425- 11

CARBON

4. 7K

5%

1/ 4W

C1 9 0 6

1- 163- 021- 91

CERAMI C CHI P 0 . 0 1 MF

10%

50V

R7 2 6

1- 249- 931- 11

CARBON

2. 2K

5%

1/ 4W

C1 9 1 1

1- 109- 954- 11

ELECT

0 . 4 7 MF

20%

160V

R7 2 7

1- 247- 815- 91

CARBON

220

5%

1/ 4W

C1 9 1 2

1- 102- 030- 00

CERAMI C

3 3 0 PF

10%

500V

R7 2 9

1- 249- 412- 11

CARBON

390

5%

1/ 4W

C1 9 1 3

1- 129- 992- 00

FI LM

0 . 0 0 2 4 MF

5%

630V

R7 3 0

1- 249- 401- 11

CARBON

47

5%

1/ 4W

C1 9 1 4

1- 102- 244- 00

CERAMI C

2 2 0 PF

10%

500V

R7 3 3

1- 249- 437- 11

CARBON

47K

5%

1/ 4W

C1 9 1 5

1- 136- 205- 11

FI LM

0 . 0 2 2 MF

10%

250V

R7 3 4

1- 247- 807- 31

CARBON

100

5%

1/ 4W

C1 9 1 6

1- 163- 005- 11

CERAMI C CHI P 4 7 0 PF

10%

50V

R7 3 6

1- 216- 464- 11

METAL OXI DE

18K

5%

2W

C1 9 1 7

1- 102- 228- 00

CERAMI C

4 7 0 PF

10%

500V

R7 4 1

1- 202- 549- 00

SOLI D

100

20%

1/ 2W

C1 9 5 1

1- 126- 964- 11

ELECT

1 0 MF

20%

50V

R7 4 6

1- 249- 417- 11

CARBON

1K

5%

1/ 4W

C1 9 5 2

1- 126- 964- 11

ELECT

1 0 MF

20%

50V

R7 5 0

1- 249- 417- 11

CARBON

1K

5%

1/ 4W

C1 9 5 3

1- 136- 159- 00

FI LM

0 . 0 3 3 MF

5%

50V

R7 5 1

1- 249- 417- 11

CARBON

1K

5%

1/ 4W

C1 9 5 4

1- 163- 021- 91

CERAMI C CHI P 0 . 0 1 MF

10%

50V

C1 9 5 7

1- 126- 964- 11

ELECT

1 0 MF

20%

50V

C1 9 5 8

1- 136- 169- 00

FI LM

0 . 2 2 MF

5%

50V

C1 9 5 9

1- 136- 169- 00

FI LM

0 . 2 2 MF

5%

50V

F

F

F

< VARI ABLE RESI STOR >

RV7 0 1

1- 230- 641- 11

RES,

ADJ ,

METAL GLAZE 2 . 2 M

RV7 0 2

1- 241- 656- 21

RES,

ADJ ,

METAL FI LM 1 1 0 M

*A-1674-141-A *A-1674-140-A

< CONNECTOR >

VM Board, Complete (KV-25FX20) VM Board, Complete (KV-29FX20)

VM Board Common Parts

CN1 7 0 2

* 1- 564- 507- 11

PLUG,

CONNECTOR 4 P

CN1 7 0 5

* 1- 564- 511- 11

PLUG,

CONNECTOR 8 P

CN1 7 1 8

* 1- 770- 723- 11

CONNECTOR,

CN1 8 0 1

* 1- 564- 506- 11

PLUG,

CN1 8 0 9

* 1- 508- 784- 00

PI N,

BOARD TO BOARD 8 P

CONNECTOR 3 P CONNECTOR ( 5 MM PI TCH)

< CAPACI TOR > < DI ODE > C1 7 0 1

1- 104- 665- 11

ELECT

C1 7 0 4

1- 163- 021- 91

CERAMI C CHI P 0 . 0 1 MF

C1 7 0 5 C1 7 0 6 C1 7 0 7

1- 163- 131- 00 1- 163- 249- 91 1- 126- 964- 11

1 0 0 MF

CERAMI C CHI P 3 9 0 PF CERAMI C CHI P 6 8 PF ELECT

1 0 MF

20%

16V

10%

50V

5% 0 . 5 PF 20%

CERAMI C CHI P 0 . 0 1 MF

10%

50V

1- 126- 964- 11

ELECT

20%

50V

C1 7 1 1 C1 7 1 2

1- 107- 927- 11 1- 136- 153- 00

ELECT ELECT FI LM

3 . 3 MF 3 . 3 MF 0 . 0 1 MF

20% 20% 5%

ELECT

4 7 MF

20%

25V

1- 136- 165- 00

FI LM

0 . 1 MF

5%

50V

4 7 MF

C1 7 1 7

1- 104- 664- 11

ELECT

C1 8 0 3

1- 163- 037- 11

CERAMI C CHI P 0 . 0 2 2 MF

4 7 MF

20%

LEAD,

J UMPER ( 5 . 0 MM)

D1 7 0 6

8- 719- 991- 33

DI ODE 1 SS1 3 3 T- 7 7

D1 7 0 7

8- 719- 991- 33

DI ODE 1 SS1 3 3 T- 7 7

D1 7 0 8

8- 719- 055- 76

DI ODE I N4 1 4 8

D1 7 0 9

8- 719- 055- 76

DI ODE I N4 1 4 8

D1 7 1 0

8- 719- 982- 03

DI ODE MTZJ - 3 . 6 A

D1 7 1 1

8- 719- 982- 03

DI ODE MTZJ - 3 . 6 A

D1 8 0 1

8- 719- 110- 17

DI ODE RD1 0 ESB2

D1 8 0 2

8- 719- 110- 17

DI ODE RD1 0 ESB2

D1 8 0 3

8- 719- 110- 17

DI ODE RD1 0 ESB2

D1 8 4 0

8- 719- 302- 43

DI ODE EL1 Z

D1 9 0 1

8- 719- 991- 33

DI ODE 1 SS1 3 3 T- 7 7

50V

1- 104- 664- 11

ELECT

1- 535- 303- 00

100V

C1 7 1 5

1- 107- 932- 11

J UMPER ( 5 . 0 MM)

D1 7 0 5

100V

C1 7 1 3

C1 7 1 6

LEAD,

50V

1- 163- 021- 91

1- 107- 927- 11

DI ODE 1 SS1 3 3 T- 7 7

1- 535- 303- 00

50V

C1 7 0 9 C1 7 1 0

8- 719- 991- 33

D1 7 0 4 50V

C1 7 0 8

1 0 MF

D1 7 0 3

100V

20%

25V

10%

50V

71

1P

50V

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

VM REF. NO.

PART.NO

DESCRIPTION

REMARK

REF. NO.

PART.NO

DESCRIPTION

REMARK

D1 9 0 2

8- 719- 991- 33

DI ODE 1 SS1 3 3 T- 7 7

R1 7 0 4

1- 216- 051- 00

RES, CHI P

1. 2K

5%

1/ 10W

D1 9 0 3

8- 719- 991- 33

DI ODE 1 SS1 3 3 T- 7 7

R1 7 0 5

1- 216- 031- 00

RES, CHI P

180

5%

1/ 10W

D1 9 0 4

8- 719- 991- 33

DI ODE 1 SS1 3 3 T- 7 7

R1 7 0 6

1- 216- 031- 00

RES, CHI P

180

5%

1/ 10W

D1 9 0 5

8- 719- 110- 41

DI ODE RD1 5 ESB2

R1 7 0 7

1- 216- 043- 91

RES, CHI P

560

5%

1/ 10W

D1 9 0 6

8- 719- 970- 87

DI ODE ERA3 8 - 0 6

R1 7 0 8

1- 216- 041- 00

RES, CHI P

470

5%

1/ 10W

D1 9 0 7

8- 719- 970- 87

DI ODE ERA3 8 - 0 6

R1 7 0 9

1- 216- 025- 91

RES, CHI P

100

5%

1/ 10W

D1 9 0 8

8- 719- 300- 33

DI ODE RU- 3 AM

R1 7 1 0

1- 216- 057- 00

RES, CHI P

2. 2K

5%

1/ 10W

D1 9 0 9

8- 719- 991- 33

DI ODE 1 SS1 3 3 T- 7 7

R1 7 1 1

1- 216- 065- 91

RES, CHI P

4. 7K

5%

1/ 10W

R1 7 1 2

1- 216- 041- 00

RES, CHI P

470

5%

1/ 10W

R1 7 1 3

1- 216- 065- 91

RES, CHI P

4. 7K

5%

1/ 10W

< I C >

I C1 8 0 1

8- 759- 603- 37

I C M5 2 1 6 P

R1 7 1 4

1- 216- 019- 00

RES, CHI P

56

5%

1/ 10W

I C1 9 0 1

8- 759- 450- 95

I C LM3 9 3 N

R1 7 1 5

1- 216- 025- 91

RES, CHI P

100

5%

1/ 10W

I C1 9 0 2

8- 759- 008- 70

I C LM3 5 8 N

R1 7 1 6

1- 216- 031- 00

RES, CHI P

180

5%

1/ 10W

R1 7 1 7

1- 216- 051- 00

RES, CHI P

1. 2K

5%

1/ 10W

R1 7 1 8

1- 260- 091- 11

CARBON

220

5%

1/ 2W

< COI L >

L1 7 0 1

1- 414- 183- 41

I NDUCTOR

1 0 UH

R1 7 1 9

1- 216- 061- 00

RES, CHI P

3. 3K

5%

1/ 10W

L1 7 0 2

1- 414- 183- 41

I NDUCTOR

1 0 UH

R1 7 2 0

1- 216- 246- 00

RES, CHI P

100K

5%

1/ 8W

L1 7 0 4

1- 414- 185- 41

I NDUCTOR

2 2 UH

R1 7 2 1

1- 216- 061- 00

RES, CHI P

3. 3K

5%

1/ 10W

L1 8 4 3

1- 406- 989- 21

I NDUCTOR

1 0 MMH

R1 7 2 2

1- 216- 049- 91

RES, CHI P

1K

5%

1/ 10W

L1 9 0 1

1- 406- 677- 11

I NDUCTOR

1 0 MMH

R1 7 2 3

1- 216- 081- 00

RES, CHI P

22K

5%

1/ 10W

L1 9 5 9

1- 406- 679- 11

I NDUCTOR

2 2 MMH

R1 7 2 4

1- 216- 081- 00

RES, CHI P

22K

5%

1/ 10W

R1 7 2 5

1- 216- 049- 91

RES, CHI P

1K

5%

1/ 10W

R1 7 2 6

1- 247- 863- 91

CARBON

22K

5%

1/ 4W

R1 7 2 7

1- 216- 025- 91

RES, CHI P

100

5%

1/ 10W

R1 7 2 8

1- 216- 025- 91

RES, CHI P

100

5%

1/ 10W

1/ 4W

< TRANSI STOR >

Q1 7 0 1

8- 729- 120- 28

TRANSI STOR 2 SC1 6 2 3 - L5 L6

Q1 7 0 2

8- 729- 120- 28

TRANSI STOR 2 SC1 6 2 3 - L5 L6

Q1 7 0 3

8- 729- 120- 28

TRANSI STOR 2 SC1 6 2 3 - L5 L6

R1 7 2 9

1- 247- 775- 91

CARBON

4. 7

5%

Q1 7 0 4

8- 729- 120- 28

TRANSI STOR 2 SC1 6 2 3 - L5 L6

R1 7 3 0

1- 247- 775- 91

CARBON

4. 7

5%

1/ 4W

Q1 7 0 5

8- 729- 120- 28

TRANSI STOR 2 SC1 6 2 3 - L5 L6

R1 7 3 1

1- 215- 895- 11

METAL OXI DE

3. 3K

5%

2W

F

R1 7 3 2

1- 215- 867- 00

METAL OXI DE

470

5%

1W

F

R1 8 0 5

1- 216- 073- 00

RES, CHI P

10K

5%

1/ 10W

Q1 7 0 6

8- 729- 119- 78

TRANSI STOR 2 SC2 7 8 5 - HFE

Q1 7 0 7

8- 729- 119- 78

TRANSI STOR 2 SC2 7 8 5 - HFE

Q1 7 0 8

8- 729- 026- 39

TRANSI STOR 2 SA9 3 3 AS- QT

R1 8 0 6

1- 216- 117- 00

RES, CHI P

680K

5%

1/ 10W

Q1 7 0 9

8- 729- 049- 09

TRANSI STOR BC3 2 7 - 2 5

R1 8 0 7

1- 216- 073- 00

RES, CHI P

10K

5%

1/ 10W

Q1 7 1 0

8- 729- 049- 10

TRANSI STOR BC3 3 7 - 2 5

R1 8 0 8

1- 216- 073- 00

RES, CHI P

10K

5%

1/ 10W

R1 8 0 9

1- 216- 073- 00

RES, CHI P

10K

5%

1/ 10W

R1 8 1 0

1- 216- 073- 00

RES, CHI P

10K

5%

1/ 10W

Q1 7 1 1

8- 729- 049- 30

TRANSI STOR BD8 3 0

Q1 7 1 2

8- 729- 049- 29

TRANSI STOR BD8 2 9

Q1 8 4 0

8- 729- 119- 76

TRANSI STOR 2 SA1 1 7 5 - HFE

R1 8 4 2

1- 216- 025- 91

RES, CHI P

100

5%

1/ 10W

Q1 8 4 1

8- 729- 039- 68

TRANSI STOR I RF6 2 0

R1 8 4 6

1- 216- 057- 00

RES, CHI P

2. 2K

5%

1/ 10W

Q1 9 0 1

8- 729- 120- 28

TRANSI STOR 2 SC1 6 2 3 - L5 L6

R1 9 0 1

1- 216- 089- 91

RES, CHI P

47K

5%

1/ 10W

R1 9 0 3

1- 216- 073- 00

RES, CHI P

10K

5%

1/ 10W

R1 9 0 4

1- 216- 073- 00

RES, CHI P

10K

5%

1/ 10W

1/ 10W

Q1 9 0 2

8- 729- 120- 28

TRANSI STOR 2 SC1 6 2 3 - L5 L6

Q1 9 0 3

8- 729- 043- 95

TRANSI STOR 2 SC3 8 4 0 ( 3 )

Q1 9 0 6

8- 729- 120- 28

TRANSI STOR 2 SC1 6 2 3 - L5 L6

R1 9 0 5

1- 216- 097- 91

RES, CHI P

100K

5%

Q1 9 0 7

8- 729- 140- 97

TRANSI STOR 2 SB7 3 4 - 3 4

R1 9 0 6

1- 216- 073- 00

RES, CHI P

10K

5%

1/ 10W

R1 9 0 7

1- 216- 097- 91

RES, CHI P

100K

5%

1/ 10W

R1 9 0 8

1- 216- 033- 00

RES, CHI P

220

5%

1/ 10W

R1 9 0 9

1- 215- 489- 00

METAL

680K

1%

1/ 4W

5%

1/ 10W

< RESI STOR >

R1 7 0 1

1- 216- 041- 00

RES, CHI P

470

5%

1/ 10W

R1 7 0 2

1- 216- 025- 91

RES, CHI P

100

5%

1/ 10W

R1 9 1 0

1- 216- 295- 91

SHORT

0

R1 7 0 3

1- 216- 061- 00

RES, CHI P

3. 3K

5%

1/ 10W

R1 9 1 1

1- 216- 073- 00

RES, CHI P

10K

72

The components identified by shading and marked are critical for safety Replace only with the part number specified. REF. NO.

PART.NO

VM H

DESCRIPTION

REMARK

R1 9 1 2

1- 216- 121- 91

RES, CHI P

1M

5%

1/ 10W

R1 9 1 3

1- 216- 049- 91

RES, CHI P

1K

5%

1/ 10W

R1 9 1 4

1- 216- 057- 00

RES, CHI P

2. 2K

5%

1/ 10W

R1 9 1 5

1- 216- 065- 91

RES, CHI P

4. 7K

5%

1/ 10W

R1 9 1 6

1- 216- 673- 11

METAL CHI P

8. 2K

0. 50% 1/ 10W

R1 9 1 7

1- 216- 693- 11

METAL CHI P

56K

0. 50% 1/ 10W

REF. NO.

PART.NO

*A-1646-184-A,

DESCRIPTION

REMARK

H Board Complete

< CAPACI TOR >

R1 9 1 8

1- 215- 922- 11

METAL OXI DE

6. 8K

5%

3W

1- 215- 922- 11

METAL OXI DE

6. 8K

5%

3W

F

R1 9 2 2

1- 215- 919- 11

METAL OXI DE

2. 2K

5%

3W

F

1- 216- 097- 91

RES, CHI P

100K

5%

1/ 10W

R1 9 2 4

1- 216- 097- 91

RES, CHI P

100K

5%

1/ 10W

R1 9 2 5

1- 216- 097- 91

RES, CHI P

100K

5%

1/ 10W

R1 9 5 3

1- 216- 093- 91

RES, CHI P

68K

5%

1/ 10W

R1 9 5 4

1- 216- 109- 00

RES, CHI P

330K

5%

1- 102- 074- 00

CERAMI C

0 . 0 0 1 MF

10%

C9 0 1

1- 102- 074- 00

CERAMI C

0 . 0 0 1 MF

10%

50V

C9 0 2

1- 137- 372- 11

FI LM

0 . 0 2 2 MF

5%

50V

C9 0 3

1- 137- 372- 11

FI LM

0 . 0 2 2 MF

5%

50V

C9 0 4

1- 104- 665- 11

ELECT

1 0 0 MF

20%

25V

C9 0 5

1- 126- 964- 11

ELECT

1 0 MF

20%

50V

C9 0 6

1- 126- 960- 11

ELECT

1 MF

20%

50V

C9 0 7

1- 126- 960- 11

ELECT

1 MF

20%

50V

C9 1 1

1- 102- 074- 00

CERAMI C

0 . 0 0 1 MF

10%

50V

C9 1 2

1- 102- 074- 00

CERAMI C

0 . 0 0 1 MF

10%

50V

1/ 10W

R1 9 5 5

1- 216- 105- 91

RES, CHI P

220K

5%

1/ 10W

R1 9 5 6

1- 216- 123- 11

RES, CHI P

1. 2M

5%

1/ 10W

R1 9 5 7

1- 216- 073- 00

RES, CHI P

10K

5%

1/ 10W

R1 9 5 8

1- 216- 025- 91

RES, CHI P

100

5%

1/ 10W

< CONNECTOR >

R1 9 5 9

1- 216- 063- 91

RES, CHI P

3. 9K

5%

1/ 10W

R1 9 6 0

1- 216- 073- 00

RES, CHI P

10K

5%

1/ 10W

R1 9 6 1

1- 216- 687- 11

METAL CHI P

33K

0. 50% 1/ 10W

R1 9 6 2

1- 216- 687- 11

METAL CHI P

33K

0. 50% 1/ 10W

R1 9 6 4

1- 216- 025- 91

RES, CHI P

100

5%

1/ 10W

R1 9 6 5

1- 216- 041- 00

RES, CHI P

470

5%

1/ 10W

CN9 0 0

1- 779- 947- 11

CN9 0 6

* 1- 564- 511- 11

PLUG,

TERMI NAL BLOCK,

CN9 0 7

* 1- 568- 882- 51

PI N,

CN9 0 8

* 1- 564- 509- 11

PLUG,

S

CONNECTOR 8 P CONNECTOR 7 P CONNECTOR 6 P

< DI ODE >

D9 0 1

R1 9 6 6

R1 9 6 8 R1 9 6 9

1- 215- 886- 11

1- 215- 886- 11 1- 216- 485- 11

METAL OXI DE

METAL OXI DE METAL OXI DE

100

100 5. 6K

5%

5% 5%

2W

2W 3W

8- 719- 030- 11

DI ODE SLA- 5 7 0 KT3 F

4- 203- 258- 01

HOLDER,

D9 0 2

8- 719- 929- 15

DI ODE HZS9 . 1 NB2

LED ( D9 0 1 )

D9 0 3

8- 719- 929- 15

DI ODE HZS9 . 1 NB2

D9 0 4

8- 719- 109- 97

DI ODE RD6 . 8 ESB2

D9 0 5

8- 719- 109- 97

DI ODE RD6 . 8 ESB2

D9 0 6

8- 719- 923- 60

DI ODE MTZJ - T- 7 7 - 9 . 1 A

D9 0 7

8- 719- 923- 60

DI ODE MTZJ - T- 7 7 - 9 . 1 A

D9 0 8

8- 719- 923- 60

DI ODE MTZJ - T- 7 7 - 9 . 1 A

F

F F

< TRANSFORMER >

T1 9 0 1

1- 424- 584- 11

TRANSFORMER,

VM Board Variant Parts List

DYNAMI C FOCUS

KV-25FX20

< I C >

R1 8 4 7

1- 216- 474- 11

METAL OXI DE

82

5%

3W

F

R1 8 4 8

1- 215- 910- 11

METAL OXI DE

68

5%

3W

F

R1 9 3 1

1- 216- 689- 11

RES, CHI P

39K

5%

1/ 10W

R1 9 6 7

1- 216- 485- 11

METAL OXI DE

5. 6K

5%

3W

I C9 0 0

8- 742- 014- 11

HYB I C SBX1 9 8 1 - 5 1

< J ACK SOCKET > F J900

VM Board Variant Parts List

1- 750- 264- 11

J ACK

KV-29FX20 < COI L >

R1 8 4 7

1- 215- 911- 21

METAL OXI DE

100

5%

3W

F

R1 8 4 8

1- 216- 475- 21

METAL OXI DE

120

5%

3W

F

R1 9 3 1 R1 9 6 7

1- 216- 089- 71 1- 216- 488- 51

RES, CHI P METAL OXI DE

47K 18K

5% 5%

50V

F

R1 9 2 1

R1 9 2 3

C9 0 0

1/ 10W 3W

F

L9 0 0

1- 412- 531- 31

I NDUCTOR

3 3 UH

L9 0 1

1- 412- 531- 31

I NDUCTOR

3 3 UH

L9 0 2

1- 408- 603- 31

I NDUCTOR

1 0 UH

L9 0 3

1- 408- 603- 31

I NDUCTOR

1 0 UH

< RESI STOR >

73

R9 0 0

1- 247- 807- 31

CARBON

100

5%

1/ 4W

R9 0 1

1- 249- 424- 11

CARBON

3. 9K

5%

1/ 4W

H REF. NO.

K

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

S1

PART.NO

DESCRIPTION

REMARK

R9 0 2

1- 247- 863- 91

CARBON

22K

5%

1/ 4W

R9 0 3

1- 247- 701- 11

CARBON

120

5%

1/ 4W

R9 0 4

1- 247- 701- 11

CARBON

120

5%

1/ 4W

R9 0 8

1- 249- 401- 11

CARBON

47

5%

1/ 4W

R9 0 9

1- 247- 895- 91

CARBON

470K

5%

1/ 4W

R9 1 0

1- 247- 895- 91

CARBON

470K

5%

1/ 4W

R9 1 1

1- 535- 303- 00

LEAD,

R9 1 2

1- 249- 417- 11

CARBON

1K

R9 1 3

1- 249- 427- 11

CARBON

6. 8K

R9 1 4

1- 249- 429- 11

CARBON

10K

R9 1 5

1- 247- 701- 11

CARBON

120

R9 1 6

1- 247- 701- 11

CARBON

120

R9 1 7

1- 247- 807- 31

CARBON

R9 1 8

1- 247- 807- 31

CARBON

REF. NO.

PART.NO

DESCRIPTION

REMARK

< TRANSI STOR >

Q2 0 4

8- 729- 119- 78

TRANSI STOR 2 SC2 7 8 5 - HFE

< RESI STOR >

R2 0 1

1- 247- 865- 91

CARBON

27K

5%

R2 0 2

1- 247- 865- 91

CARBON

27K

5%

1/ 4W

1/ 4W

R2 0 3

1- 247- 895- 91

CARBON

470K

5%

1/ 4W

5%

1/ 4W

R2 0 4

1- 247- 859- 91

CARBON

15K

5%

1/ 4W

5%

1/ 4W

R2 0 5

1- 247- 859- 91

CARBON

15K

5%

1/ 4W

5%

1/ 4W

R2 8 4

1- 247- 863- 91

CARBON

22K

5%

1/ 4W

5%

1/ 4W

R2 8 5

1- 249- 438- 11

CARBON

56K

5%

1/ 4W

100

5%

1/ 4W

R2 8 7

1- 247- 831- 91

CARBON

1K

5%

1/ 4W

100

5%

1/ 4W

R2 8 8

1- 216- 353- 00

METAL OXI DE

2. 2

5%

1W

R2 9 0

1- 247- 843- 91

CARBON

3. 3K

5%

1/ 4W

J UMPER ( 5 . 0 MM) 5%

1/ 4W

F

< SWI TCH > R2 9 2

1- 247- 843- 91

CARBON

3. 3K

5%

1/ 4W

S9 0 0

1- 692- 979- 21

SWI TCH,

TACTI LE

R2 9 3

1- 247- 863- 91

CARBON

22K

5%

1/ 4W

S9 0 1

1- 692- 979- 21

SWI TCH,

TACTI LE

R2 9 4

1- 247- 829- 91

CARBON

820

5%

1/ 4

S9 0 2

1- 692- 979- 21

SWI TCH,

TACTI LE

*A-1654-041-A *A-1649-023-A

K Board, Complete

7- 682- 148- 01

*A-1654-039-A

SCREW + P 3 X8

*A-1654-040-A < CAPACI TOR >

C2 8 1

1- 126- 960- 91

ELECT

1 MF

20%

50V

C2 8 2

1- 126- 943- 31

ELECT

2 2 0 0 MF

20%

25V

C2 8 4

1- 128- 550- 11

ELECT

2 2 0 0 MF

20%

50V

C2 8 5

1- 126- 943- 31

ELECT

2 2 0 0 MF

20%

25V

C2 8 7

1- 137- 194- 81

FI LM

0 . 4 7 MF

5%

50V

C2 8 8

1- 136- 165- 00

FI LM

0 . 1 MF

5%

50V

S1 Board, Complete (KV-25FX20A/25FX20D/25FX20R/ KV-29FX20A/29FX20D/29FX20R) S1 Board, Complete (KV-25FX20B/29FX20B) S1 Board, Complete (KV-25FX20E/25FX20K/ KV-29FX20E/29FX20K/29FX20U)

S1 Board Common Parts < CAPACI TOR >

C2 8 9 C2 9 0

1- 104- 666- 91 1- 136- 161- 00

ELECT

2 2 0 MF

FI LM

0 . 0 4 7 MF

20% 5%

C1 1 0 3

1- 163- 021- 91

CERAMI C CHI P 0 . 0 1 MF

10%

50V

C1 1 0 6

1- 163- 021- 91

CERAMI C CHI P 0 . 0 1 MF

10%

50V

C1 1 0 7

1- 163- 021- 91

CERAMI C CHI P 0 . 0 1 MF

10%

50V

C1 1 0 8

1- 163- 021- 91

CERAMI C CHI P 0 . 0 1 MF

10%

50V

C1 1 0 9

1- 104- 664- 11

ELECT

4 7 MF

20%

25V

C1 1 1 0

1- 126- 960- 11

ELECT

1 MF

20%

50V

C1 1 1 1

1- 126- 960- 11

ELECT

1 MF

20%

50V

C1 1 1 3

1- 104- 664- 11

ELECT

4 7 MF

20%

25V

C1 1 1 5

1- 104- 664- 11

ELECT

4 7 MF

20%

25V

C1 1 1 6

1- 163- 021- 91

CERAMI C CHI P 0 . 0 1 MF

10%

50V

C1 1 1 7

1- 163- 021- 91

CERAMI C CHI P 0 . 0 1 MF

10%

C1 1 1 8

1- 164- 005- 11

CERAMI C CHI P 0 . 4 7 MF

C1 1 1 9

1- 126- 960- 11

ELECT

C1 1 2 0

1- 164- 005- 11

CERAMI C CHI P 0 . 4 7 MF

C1 1 2 2

1- 104- 664- 11

ELECT

C1 1 2 3

1- 163- 038- 91

CERAMI C CHI P 0 . 1 MF

C1 1 2 4

1- 163- 251- 11

CERAMI C CHI P 1 0 0 PF

5%

50V

C1 1 2 7

1- 126- 960- 11

ELECT

1 MF

20%

50V

C1 1 2 8

1- 126- 960- 11

ELECT

1 MF

20%

50V

25V 50V

< CONNECTOR >

CN2 2 5 CN2 8 2

* 1- 564- 508- 11 * 1- 568- 878- 51

PLUG, PI N,

CONNECTOR 5 P CONNECTOR 3 P

< DI ODE >

D2 0 1

8- 719- 911- 19

DI ODE 1 SS1 1 9 - 2 5 50V 25V

< I C >

I C2 8 1

8- 759- 988- 94

1 MF

20%

50V 25V

I C TDA2 0 5 0 4 7 MF

20%

25V

< COI L >

L2 8 1

1- 406- 973- 41

I NDUCTOR

25V

2 2 UH

74

The components identified by shading and marked are critical for safety Replace only with the part number specified. REF. NO.

PART.NO

S1

DESCRIPTION

REMARK

REF. NO.

PART.NO

DESCRIPTION

REMARK

C1 1 2 9

1- 126- 960- 11

ELECT

1 MF

20%

50V

R1 1 2 2

1- 216- 065- 91

RES, CHI P

4. 7K

5%

1/ 10W

C1 1 3 0

1- 126- 964- 11

ELECT

1 0 MF

20%

50V

R1 1 2 3

1- 216- 218- 00

RES, CHI P

6. 8K

5%

1/ 8W

C1 1 3 2

1- 104- 664- 11

ELECT

4 7 MF

20%

25V

R1 1 2 4

1- 216- 073- 00

RES, CHI P

10K

5%

1/ 10W

C1 1 3 3

1- 163- 038- 91

CERAMI C CHI P 0 . 1 MF

25V

R1 1 2 5

1- 216- 069- 00

RES, CHI P

6. 8K

5%

1/ 10W

C1 1 3 4

1- 126- 964- 11

ELECT

1 0 MF

20%

50V

R1 1 2 6

1- 216- 073- 00

RES, CHI P

10K

5%

1/ 10W

C1 1 3 6

1- 126- 964- 11

ELECT

1 0 MF

20%

50V

R1 1 5 5

1- 216- 085- 00

RES, CHI P

33K

5%

1/ 10W

C1 1 3 9

1- 126- 964- 11

ELECT

1 0 MF

20%

50V

R1 1 5 6

1- 216- 085- 00

RES, CHI P

33K

5%

1/ 10W

C1 1 4 3

1- 163- 021- 91

CERAMI C CHI P 0 . 0 1 MF

10%

50V

C1 1 4 4

1- 163- 021- 91

CERAMI C CHI P 0 . 0 1 MF

10%

50V

R1 1 7 4

1- 216- 085- 00

RES, CHI P

33K

5%

1/ 10W

C1 1 4 5

1- 163- 038- 91

CERAMI C CHI P 0 . 1 MF

25V

R1 1 7 5

1- 216- 085- 00

RES, CHI P

33K

5%

1/ 10W

R1 1 7 6

1- 216- 085- 00

RES, CHI P

33K

5%

1/ 10W

C1 1 4 6

1- 164- 005- 11

CERAMI C CHI P 0 . 4 7 MF

25V

R1 1 7 7

1- 216- 085- 00

RES, CHI P

33K

5%

1/ 10W

C1 1 4 7

1- 164- 005- 11

CERAMI C CHI P 0 . 4 7 MF

25V

R1 1 7 8

1- 216- 073- 00

RES, CHI P

10K

5%

1/ 10W

C1 1 4 8

1- 164- 005- 11

CERAMI C CHI P 0 . 4 7 MF

25V

C1 1 4 9

1- 126- 960- 11

ELECT

1 MF

20%

50V

C1 1 5 0

1- 126- 960- 11

ELECT

1 MF

20%

50V

C1 1 5 1

1- 104- 664- 11

ELECT

4 7 MF

20%

25V

C1 1 5 2

1- 163- 038- 91

CERAMI C CHI P 0 . 1 MF

< CRYSTAL >

X1 1 0 1

1- 766- 954- 11

CONNECTOR,

BOARD TO BOARD 2 0 P

I C1 1 0 1

1- 410- 396- 41

FERRI TE

0 . 4 5 UH

FB1 1 0 2

1- 410- 396- 41

FERRI TE

0 . 4 5 UH

FB1 1 0 4

1- 410- 396- 41

FERRI TE

0 . 4 5 UH

FB1 1 1 0

1- 412- 002- 31

I NDUCTOR CHI P

4 . 7 UH

FB1 1 1 1

1- 412- 002- 31

I NDUCTOR CHI P

4 . 7 UH

FB1 1 1 2

1- 412- 002- 31

I NDUCTOR CHI P

4 . 7 UH

8- 759- 100- 96

I C UPC4 5 5 8 G2

I C1 1 0 3

8- 759- 394- 57

I C PST5 9 3 C- MMP- 4 P

8- 759- 574- 73

I C TDA9 8 7 5 A

< RESI STOR >

R1 1 6 5

1- 216- 295- 91

SHORT

0

S1 Board Variant Parts

KV-25FX20B/29FX20B

< CAPACI TOR >

< I C >

I C1 1 0 2

CRYSTAL

< I C >

< FERRI TE BEAD >

FB1 1 0 1

VI BRATOR,

S1 Board Variant Parts KV-25FX20A/25FX20D/25FX20R/ KV-29FX20A/29FX20D/29FX20R

25V

< CONNECTOR >

CN1 1 0 1 *

1- 767- 813- 21

C1 1 3 1

1- 164- 005- 11

CERAMI C CHI P 0 . 4 7 MF

C1 1 3 5

1- 163- 251- 11

CERAMI C CHI P 1 0 0 PF

5%

50V

C1 1 3 7

1- 104- 664- 11

ELECT

20%

25V

C1 1 3 8

1- 163- 251- 11

CERAMI C CHI P 1 0 0 PF

5%

50V

< COI L >

4 7 MF

< FI LTER >

L1 1 1 4

1- 410- 671- 31

I NDUCTOR

4 7 UH

L1 1 1 5

1- 408- 599- 31

I NDUCTOR

4 . 7 UH

L1 1 1 6

1- 408- 599- 31

I NDUCTOR

4 . 7 UH

CF1 1 0 1

1- 409- 327- 00

TRAP,

CERAMI C ( 6 . 5 MHZ)

< FERRI TE BEAD >

< RESI STOR >

FB1 1 1 3

R1 1 0 1

1- 216- 073- 00

RES, CHI P

10K

5%

1/ 10W

R1 1 0 2

1- 216- 073- 00

RES, CHI P

10K

5%

1/ 10W

R1 1 0 5

1- 216- 035- 00

RES, CHI P

270

5%

1/ 10W

R1 1 1 0

1- 216- 025- 91

RES, CHI P

100

5%

1/ 10W

R1 1 1 1

1- 216- 025- 91

RES, CHI P

100

5%

1/ 10W

R1 1 1 3

1- 216- 073- 00

RES, CHI P

10K

5%

1/ 10W

R1 1 2 1

1- 216- 065- 91

RES, CHI P

4. 7K

5%

1/ 10W

1- 412- 002- 31

I NDUCTOR CHI P

4 . 7 UH

< I C >

I C1 1 0 1

8- 759- 574- 73

I C TDA9 8 7 5 A

< COI L >

L1 1 1 3

75

1- 408- 600- 31

I NDUCTOR

5 . 6 UH

25V

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

S1 REF. NO.

PART.NO

L1 1 1 7

1- 410- 671- 31

DESCRIPTION

I NDUCTOR

REMARK

REF. NO.

PART.NO

£

4 7 UH

1- 765- 286- 11

DESCRIPTION

CORD,

REMARK

POWER ( KV- 2 5 FX2 0 / 2 9 FX2 0 A/ 2 9 FX2 0 B/ KV- 2 9 FX2 0 D/ 2 9 FX2 0 E/ 2 9 FX2 0 K/ KV- 2 9 FX2 0 R)

< TRANSI STOR > £ Q1 1 1 2

8- 729- 120- 28

TRANSI STOR 2 SC1 6 2 3 - L5 L6

Q1 1 1 3

8- 729- 120- 28

TRANSI STOR 2 SC1 6 2 3 - L5 L6

Q1 1 1 4

8- 729- 216- 22

TRANSI STOR 2 SA1 1 6 2 - G

Q1 1 1 5

8- 729- 120- 28

TRANSI STOR 2 SC1 6 2 3 - L5 L6

1- 776- 860- 12 8- 598- 432- 00

CORD POWER,

FI LTER UK ( KV- 2 9 FX2 0 U)

TUNER ( BTP- AC4 1 1 ) ( KV- 2 5 FX2 0 A/ 2 5 FX2 0 D/ 2 5 FX2 0 E/ 2 5 FX2 0 K/ 2 5 FX2 0 R KV- 2 9 FX2 0 A/ 2 9 FX2 0 D/ 2 9 FX2 0 E/ 2 9 FX2 0 K/ 2 9 FX2 0 R)

1- 693- 418- 11

TUNER ( TELE9 - 0 0 1 A)

( KV- 2 5 FX2 0 B/ 2 9 FX2 0 B)

8- 598- 464- 00

TUNER ( BTP- AU6 1 1 )

( KV- 2 9 FX2 0 U)

< RESI STOR > £

8- 733- 250- 05

PI CTURE TUBE ( A6 0 LPN7 OX)

( 25” )

R1 1 0 8

1- 216- 077- 00

RES, CHI P

15K

5%

1/ 10W

£

8- 735- 053- 05

PI CTURE TUBE ( M6 8 LNHO6 OX)

( 29” )

R1 1 5 2

1- 216- 035- 00

RES, CHI P

270

5%

1/ 10W

£

1- 451- 475- 11

DEFLECTI ON YOKE ( Y2 5 RSA)

( KV- 2 5 FX2 0 )

R1 1 5 3

1- 216- 025- 91

RES, CHI P

100

5%

1/ 10W

£

8- 451- 494- 21

DEFLECTI ON YOKE ( Y2 9 RSA- M2 )

R1 1 5 4

1- 216- 067- 00

RES, CHI P

5. 6K

5%

1/ 10W

R1 1 6 0

1- 216- 081- 00

RES, CHI P

22K

5%

1/ 10W

R1 1 6 1

1- 216- 041- 00

RES, CHI P

470

5%

1/ 10W

R1 1 6 2

1- 216- 061- 00

RES, CHI P

3. 3K

5%

1/ 10W

R1 1 6 3

1- 216- 081- 00

RES, CHI P

22K

5%

1- 216- 073- 00

RES, CHI P

10K

5%

1/ 10W

R1 1 6 7

1- 216- 025- 91

RES, CHI P

100

5%

1/ 10W

R1 1 6 8

1- 216- 033- 00

RES, CHI P

220

5%

1/ 10W

R1 1 6 9

1- 216- 049- 91

RES, CHI P

1K

5%

1/ 10W

1- 216- 001- 00

R1 1 7 1

1- 216- 045- 00

R1 1 7 2

1- 216- 041- 00

RES, CHI P

10

RES, CHI P

5%

680

RES, CHI P

5%

470

5%

ACCESSORIES AND PACKAGING MATERIALS * 4- 042- 476- 01

BAG,

PROTECTI ON ( 2 5 ” )

* 4- 029- 168- 01

BAG,

PROTECTI ON ( 2 9 ” )

* 4- 204- 811- 01

I NDI VI DUAL CARTON ( 2 5 ” )

1/ 10W

R1 1 6 4

R1 1 7 0

( KV- 2 9 FX2 0 )

* 4- 204- 784- 01

I NDI VI DUAL CARTON ( 2 9 ” )

* 4- 204- 810- 01

CUSHI ON ( UPPER)

( ASSY)

( 25” )

* 4- 204- 780- 01

CUSHI ON ( UPPER)

( ASSY)

( 29” )

* 4- 204- 807- 01

CUSHI ON ( LOWER)

( ASSY)

( 25” )

* 4- 204- 783- 01

CUSHI ON ( LOWER)

( ASSY)

( 29” )

* 4- 204- 787- 41

MANUAL I NSTRUCTI ON ( KV- 2 5 FX2 0 A/ 2 9 FX2 0 A)

1/ 10W 1/ 10W 1/ 10W ( I TALI AN)

R1 1 7 3

1- 216- 049- 91

RES, CHI P

1K

5%

1/ 10W * 4- 204- 787- 51

MANUAL I NSTRUCTI ON ( KV- 2 5 FX2 0 B/ 2 9 FX2 0 B)

* 4- 204- 787- 11

MANUAL I NSTRUCTI ON ( KV- 2 5 FX2 0 D/ 2 9 FX2 0 D)

4- 204- 787- 71

MANUAL I NSTRUCTI ON ( KV- 2 5 FX2 0 E/ 2 9 FX2 0 E)

( FRENCH/ I TALI AN/ GERMAN/ DUTCH)

S1 Board Variant Parts KV-25FX20E/25FX20K KV-29FX20E/29FX20K/29FX20U

( ENGLI SH/ GERMAN/ GREEK/ TURKI SH)

( SPANI SH) < I C > 4- 204- 787- 81 I C1 1 0 1

8- 759- 574- 73

I C TDA9 8 7 5 A

MANUAL I NSTRUCTI ON ( KV- 2 5 FX2 0 E/ 2 9 FX2 0 E) ( FI NNI SH/ NORWEGI AN/ HUNGARI AN/ PORTUGUESE/ DANI SH/ SWEDI SH)

< RESI STOR >

4- 204- 787- 91

MANUAL I NSTRUCTI ON ( KV- 2 5 FX2 0 K/ 2 9 FX2 0 K) ( ENGLI SH/ CZECH/ POLI SH/ HUNGARI AN/ SLOVAKI AN)

R1 1 6 4

1- 216- 073- 00

RES, CHI P

10K

5%

1/ 10W 4- 204- 788- 91

MANUAL I NSTRUCTI ON ( KV- 2 5 FX2 0 R/ 2 9 FX2 0 R)

4- 204- 787- 61

MANUAL I NSTRUCTI ON ( KV- 2 9 FX2 0 U)

MISCELLANEOUS £ £

£

£

1- 419- 142- 11

( ENGLI SH/ RUSSI AN/ BULGARI AN)

COI L,

DEGAUSI NG

DEMAGNETI C ( 2 9 ” )

( ENGLI SH)

( 25” )

1- 416- 654- 11

COI L,

1- 452- 032- 00

MAGNET,

DI SC;

1- 452- 094- 00

MAGNET,

ROTATABLE DI SK;

8- 453- 011- 11

NECK ASSY,

REMOTE COMMANDER

1 0 MM 1 5 MM

NA2 9 9 - M

1- 453- 308- 11

TRANSFORMER ASSY,

1- 529- 417- 11

SPEAKER 8 CM

1- 418- 476- 11

FLYBACK ( NX- 4 5 2 1 / / U2 B4 )

1- 529- 408- 11

LOUD SPEAKER 4 . 2 x 2 0 CM

£

1- 251- 317- 31

CAP ASSY,

£

1- 762- 087- 11

SWI TCH,

HI GH- VOLTAGE

PUSH ( AC POWER)

76

REMOTE COMMANDER ( RM- 8 8 7 )

The components identified by shading and marked are critical for safety Replace only with the part number specified. REF. NO.

PART.NO

DESCRIPTION

REMARK

REF. NO.

77

PART.NO

DESCRIPTION

REMARK

KV-29X5

Sony Corporation 9-974-981-01

Sony UK Service Promotions Dept.

English 99DP7174-1 Printed in U.K.

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