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1 HISTORY INFORMATION FOR THE FOLLOWING MANUAL: SERVICE MANUAL MODEL NAME REMOTE COMMANDER DESTINATION CHASSIS NO. KV-4FS00 RM-Y7 US SCC-S6D-A KV-4FS00 RM-Y7 CND SCC-S59D-A KV-5FS00 RM-Y7 LATIN NORTH SCC-S60J-A KV-5FS00 RM-Y7 LATIN SOUTH SCC-S60K-A BA-6 CHASSIS ORIGINAL MANUAL ISSUE DATE: 5/00 ALL REVISIONS AND UPDATES TO THE ORIGINAL MANUAL ARE APPENDED TO THE END OF THE PDF FILE. REVISION DATE REVISION TYPE SUBJECT 5/00 No revisions or updates are applicable at this time 9/00 Correction - Added step #4 to -4. SCREEN (G) instructions. Replaced A Board IC Voltage List. 4/00 Correction - Replaced A Board Transistor Voltage List (Q600, Q60) (Page ) Replaced A Board IC Voltage List (IC600) (Page 4). TRINITRON COLOR TELEVISION

2 SERVICE MANUAL MODEL NAME REMOTE COMMANDER DESTINATION CHASSIS NO. KV-4FS00 RM-Y7 US SCC-S6D-A KV-4FS00 RM-Y7 CND SCC-S59D-A KV-5FS00 RM-Y7 LATIN NORTH SCC-S60J-A KV-5FS00 RM-Y7 LATIN SOUTH SCC-S60K-A BA-6 CHASSIS KV-4FS00 RM-Y7 TRINITRON COLOR TELEVISION

3 KV-4FS00/5FS00 TABLE OF CONTENTS SECTION TITLE PAGE SpeciÞcations... 4 Warnings and Cautions... 5 Safety Check-Out... 6 Self-Diagnostic Function Disassembly -. Rear Cover Removal Chassis Assembly Removal Service Position Picture Tube Removal... 0 Anode Cap Removal Procedure Set-Up Adjustments -. Beam Landing Convergence Focus Screen (G) Method of Setting the Service Adjustment Mode White Balance Adjustments Safety Related Adjustments -. X R565 ConÞrmation Method (HV Hold Down ConÞrmation) and Readjustments B+ Voltage ConÞrmation and Adjustment Circuit Adjustments 4-. Setting the Service Adjustment Mode Memory Write ConÞrmation Method Remote Adjustment Buttons and Indicators... 7 Adjustment Items ID Map Table A Board Adjustments Diagrams 5-. Circuit Boards Location Printed Wiring Board and Schematic Diagram Information Block Diagram and Schematics... 0 A Board Schematic Diagram... CV Board Schematic Diagram... 5 M Board Schematic Diagram Semiconductors Exploded Views 6-. Chassis Electrical Parts List... 4

4 KV-4FS00/5FS00 SPECIFICATIONS ) Vp-p 75 ohms unbalanced, sync negative ) Y: Vp-p 75 ohms unbalanced, sync negative C: 0.86 Vp-p (Burst signal), 75 ohms ) Y:.0 Vp-p, 75 ohms, sync negative; PB: 0.7 Vp-p, 75 ohms; PR Vp-p, 75 ohms. 4) 500 mvrms (00% modulation), Impedance: 47 kilohms 5) More than 408 mvrms at the maximum volume setting (variable) More than 408 mvrms (fi x); Impedance (output): kilohms Television system American TV Standard, NTSC Channel coverage VHF: -/ UHF: 4-69/ CATV: -5 Picture tube FD Trinitron tube Visible screen size 4 inch picture measured diagonally Actual screen size 5 inch measured diagonally Antenna 75 ohm external terminal for VHF/UHF Supplied Accessories Remote Commander: RM-Y7 Size AA (R6) batteries () Antenna, Telescopic (KV-5FS00 ONLY) Design and specifi cations are subject to change without notice. 4

5 KV-4FS00/5FS00 WARNINGS AND CAUTIONS CAUTION Short circuit the anode of the picture tube and the anode cap to the metal chassis, CRT shield, or carbon painted on the CRT, after removing the anode. WARNING!! An isolation transformer should be used during any service to avoid possible shock hazard, because of live chassis. The chassis of this receiver is directly connected to the AC power line.! SAFETY-RELATED COMPONENT WARNING!! Components identified by shading and! mark 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. Circuit adjustments that are critical for safe operation are identifi ed in this manual. Follow these procedures whenever critical components are replaced or improper operation is suspected. ATTENTION!! Apres avoir deconnecte le cap de l anode, court-circuiter l anode du tube cathodique et celui de l anode du cap au chassis metallique de l appareil, ou la couche de carbone peinte sur le tube cathodique ou au blindage du tube cathodique. Afin d eviter tout risque d electrocution provenant d un chássis sous tension, un transformateur d isolement doit etre utilisé lors de tout dépannage. Le chássis de ce récepteur est directement raccordé à l alimentation du secteur.! ATTENTION AUX COMPOSANTS RELATIFS A LA SECURITE!! Les composants identifies par une trame et par une marque! sur les schemas de principe, les vues explosees et les listes de pieces sont d une importance critique pour la securite du fonctionnement. Ne les remplacer que par des composants Sony dont le numero de piece est indique dans le present manuel ou dans des supplements publies par Sony. Les reglages de circuit dont l importance est critique pour la securite du fonctionnement sont identifi es dans le present manuel. Suivre ces procedures lors de chaque remplacement de composants critiques, ou lorsqu un mauvais fonctionnement suspecte. 5

6 KV-4FS00/5FS00 SAFETY CHECK-OUT After correcting the original service problem, perform the following safety checks before releasing the set to the customer:. Check the area of your repair for unsoldered or poorly soldered connections. Check the entire board surface for solder splashes and bridges.. Check the interboard wiring to ensure that no wires are pinched or touching high-wattage resistors.. Check that all control knobs, shields, covers, ground straps, and mounting hardware have been replaced. Be absolutely certain that you have replaced all the insulators. 4. Look for unauthorized replacement parts, particularly transistors, that were installed during a previous repair. Point them out to the customer and recommend their replacement. 5. Look for parts which, though functioning, show obvious signs of deterioration. Point them out to the customer and recommend their replacement. 6. Check the line cords for cracks and abrasion. Recommend the replacement of any such line cord to the customer. 7. Check the B+ and HV to see if they are specified values. Make sure your instruments are accurate; be suspicious of your HV meter if sets always have low HV. 8. Check the antenna terminals, metal trim, metallized knobs, screws, and all other exposed metal parts for AC leakage. Check leakage as described below. Leakage Test The AC leakage from any exposed metal part to earth ground and from all exposed metal parts to any exposed metal part having a return to chassis, must not exceed 0.5 ma (500 microamperes). Leakage current can be measured by any one of three methods.. A commercial leakage tester, such as the Simpson 9 or RCA WT-540A. Follow the manufacturers instructions to use these instructions.. A battery-operated AC milliampmeter. The Data Precision 45 digital multimeter is suitable for this job.. Measuring the voltage drop across a resistor by means of a VOM or battery-operated AC voltmeter. The limit indication is 0.75 V, so analog meters must have an accurate low voltage scale. The Simpson s 50 and Sanwa SH-6TRD are examples of passive VOMs that are suitable. Nearly all battery-operated digital multimeters that have a VAC range are suitable (see Figure A). How to Find a Good Earth Ground A cold-water pipe is a guaranteed earth ground; the cover-plate retaining screw on most AC outlet boxes is also at earth ground. If the retaining screw is to be used as your earth ground, verify that it is at ground by measuring the resistance between it and a cold-water pipe with an ohmmeter. The reading should be zero ohms. If a cold-water pipe is not accessible, connect a 60- to 00-watt trouble- light (not a neon lamp) between the hot side of the receptacle and the retaining screw. Try both slots, if necessary, to locate the hot side on the line; the lamp should light at normal brilliance if the screw is at ground potential (see Figure B). To Exposed Metal Parts on Set 0.5 F.5 K Ω AC Voltmeter (0.75 V) Trouble Light AC Outlet Box Ohmmeter Cold-water Pipe Earth Ground Figure A. Using an AC voltmeter to check AC leakage. Figure B. Checking for earth ground. 6

7 KV-4FS00/5FS00 SELF-DIAGNOSTIC FUNCTION Self Diagnosis Supported model The units in this manual contain a self-diagnostic function. If an error occurs, the STANDBY/TIMER LED will automatically begin to ßash. The number of times the LED ß ashes translates to a probable source of the problem. A deþnition of the STANDBY/TIMER LED ßash indicators is listed in the instruction manual for the user s knowledge and reference. If an error symptom cannot be reproduced, the Remote Commander can be used to review the failure occurrence data stored in memory to reveal past problems and how often these problems occur. Diagnostic Test Indicators When an error occurs, the STANDBY/TIMER LED will ßash a set number of times to indicate the possible cause of the problem. If there is more than one error, the LED will identify the Þrst of the problem areas. Results for all of the following diagnostic items are displayed on screen. No error has occurred if the screen displays a 0. Diagnostic Item Description Power does not turn on No. of times STANDBY/ TIMER lamp ßashes Does not light Self-Diagnositc Display/ Diagnostic Result Probable Cause Location Power cord is not plugged in. Fuse is burned out (F60). (A Board) Detected Symptoms Power does not come on. No power is supplied to the TV. AC Power supply is faulty. +B overcurrent (OCP)* times :0 or : H.OUT (Q505) is shorted. (A Board) IC75 is shorted. (CV Board) Power does not come on. Load on power line is shorted. I-Prot 4 times 4:0 or 4: +V is not supplied. (A Board) IC545 is faulty. (A Board) Has entered standby state after horizontal raster. Vertical deßection pulse is stopped. Power line is shorted or power supply is stopped. IK (AKB) 5 times 5:0 or 5: Viedo OUT (IC545) is faulty. (A Board) IC00 is faulty. (A Board) Screen (G) is improperly adjusted.** No raster is generated. CRT Cathode current detection reference pulse output is small. *If a +B overcurrent is detected, stoppage of the vertical deß ection is detected simultaneously. The symptom that is diagnosed Þ rst by the mircrocontroller is displayed on the screen. **Refer to Screen (G) Adjustments in Section -4. of this manual. Display of Standby/Timer LED Flash Count times 4 times 5 times LED ON 0. sec. LED OFF 0. sec. LED OFF sec. Standby/Timer LED Diagnostic Item Flash Count* +B Overcurrent times I-Prot 4 times IK (AKB) 5 times *One ß ash count is not used for self-diagnostic. Stopping the Standby/Timer LED Flash Turn off the power switch on the TV main unit or unplug the power cord from the outlet to stop the STANDBY/TIMER LAMP from ß ashing. 7

8 KV-4FS00/5FS00 Self-Diagnostic Screen Display For errors with symptoms such as power sometimes shuts off or screen sometimes goes out that cannot be confi rmed, it is possible to bring up past occurrences of failure on the screen for confirmation. To Bring Up Screen Test In standby mode, press buttons on the Remote Commander sequentially, in rapid succession, as shown below: Display Channel 5 Sound Volume - Power ON Self-Diagnostic Screen Display Note that this differs from entering the Service Mode (Sound Volume + ). SELF DIAGNOSTIC : 000 : N/A 4: 000 5: 00 0: N/A Numeral 0 means that no fault was detected. Numeral means a fault was detected one time only. Handling of Self-Diagnostic Screen Display Since the diagnostic results displayed on the screen are not automatically cleared, always check the self-diagnostic screen during repairs. When you have completed the repairs, clear the result display to 0. Unless the result display is cleared to 0, the self-diagnostic function will not be able to detect subsequent faults after completion of the repairs. Clearing the Result Display To clear the result display to 0, press buttons on the Remote Commander sequentially when the diagnostic screen is displayed, as shown below: Channel 8 ENTER Quitting the Self-Diagnostic Screen To quit the entire self-diagnostic screen, turn off the power switch on the Remote Commander or the main unit. Self-Diagnostic Circuit FROM CV BOARD IC75 PIN 5 FROM A BOARD IC56 PIN 7 A BOARD IC00 Y/CHROMA JUNGLE 5 7 IK-AKBIN I-HLDWN A BOARD IC545 V. OUT REF A BOARD IC00 SYSTEM IO-BDAT 78 I-Prot 5 5 O-LED 79 A BOARD IC00 MEMORY BDA DISPLAY +B overcurrent (OCP) Occurs when an overcurrent on the +B (5V) line is detected by pin 7 of IC00 (A Board). If the voltage of pin 7 of IC00 (A Board) is less than V when V.SYNC is more than seven verticals in a period, the unit will automatically turn off. I-Prot Occurs when an absence of the vertical deflection pulse is detected by pin 78 of IC00 (A Board). Power supply will shut down when waveform interval exceeds seconds. IK (AKB) If the RGB levels* do not balance within seconds after the power is turned on, this error will be detected by IC00 (A Board). TV will stay on, but there will be no picture. *(Refers to the RGB levels of the AKB detection Ref pulse that detects K). 8

9 KV-4FS00/5FS00 SECTION : DISASSEMBLY -. REAR COVER REMOVAL Rear Cover 6 Screws +BVTP 4x6 -. CHASSIS ASSEMBLY REMOVAL -. SERVICE POSITION CV Board Claw Chassis Assembly A Board 9

10 KV-4FS00/5FS00-4. PICTURE TUBE REMOVAL WARNING: BEFORE REMOVING THE ANODE CAP High voltage remains in the CRT even after the power is disconnected. To avoid electric shock, discharge CRT before attempting to remove the anode cap. Short between anode and CRT coated earth ground strap. 0 Coated Earth Ground Strap Discharge the anode of the CRT and remove the anode cap.. Unplug all interconnecting leads from the defl ection yoke, neck assembly, degaussing coils and CRT grounding strap.. Remove the CV Board from the CRT. 4. Remove the chassis assembly. 5. Loosen the neck assembly fi xing screw and remove. 6. Loosen the defl ection yoke fi xing screw and remove. 7. Place the set with the CRT face down on a cushion and remove the degaussing coil holders. 8. Remove the degaussing coils. 9. Remove the CRT grounding strap and spring tension devices. 0. Unscrew the four CRT fixing screws [located on each CRT corner] and remove the CRT [Take care not to handle the CRT by the neck]. ANODE CAP REMOVAL PROCEDURE WARNING: High voltage remains in the CRT even after the power is disconnected. To avoid electric shock, discharge CRT before attempting to remove the anode cap. Short between anode and coated earth ground strap of CRT. NOTE: After removing the anode cap, short circuit the anode of the picture tube and the anode cap to either the metal chassis, CRT shield, or carbon painted on the CRT. c a b Turn up one side of the rubber cap in the direction indicated by arrow a. HOW TO HANDLE AN ANODE CAP Use your thumb to pull the rubber cap firmly in the direction indicated by arrow b. Anode Button When one side of the rubber cap separates from the anode button, the anode cap can be removed by turning the rubber cap and pulling it in the direction of arrow c.. Do not use sharp objects which may cause damage to the surface of the anode cap.. To avoid damaging the anode cap, do not squeeze the rubber covering too hard. A material fi tting called a shatter-hook terminal is built into the rubber.. Do not force turn the foot of the rubber cover. This may cause the shatter-hook terminal to protrude and damage the rubber. 0

11 KV-4FS00/5FS00 SECTION : SET-UP ADJUSTMENTS The following adjustments should be made when a complete realignment is required or a new picture tube is installed. These adjustments should be performed with rated power supply voltage unless otherwise noted. Set the controls as follows unless otherwise noted: VIDEO MODE: Standard PICTURE CONTROL: Normal BRIGHTNESS CONTROL: Normal Perform the adjustments in order as follows:. Beam Landing. Convergence. Focus 4. Screen (G) 5. White Balance Note Test Equipment Required:. Color Bar Pattern Generator. Degausser. DC Power Supply 4. Digital Multimeter -. BEAM LANDING Before beginning adjustment procedure:. Degauss the entire screen.. Feed in the white pattern signal. ADJUSTMENT PROCEDURE 6. Switch over the raster signal to red and blue and confi rm the condition. 7. When the position of the defl ection yoke is determined, tighten it with the defl ection yoke mounting screw. 8. If landing at the corner is not right, adjust by using the disk magnets.. Input a raster signal with the pattern generator.. Loosen the deflection yoke mounting screw, and set the purity control to the center as shown below: Purity Control. Turn the raster signal of the pattern generator to green. 4. Move the deflection yoke backward, and adjust with the purity control so that green is in the center and red and blue are even on both sides. Purity control corrects this area. Disk magnets a b or rotatable disk magnets correct these areas (a-d). c d Deflection yoke positioning corrects these areas. Blue Red Green b d c a 5. Move the deflection yoke forward, and adjust so that the entire screen becomes green.

12 KV-4FS00/5FS00 -. CONVERGENGE Before starting convergence adjustments: Perform FOCUS, VLIN and VSIZE adjustments.. Set BRIGHTNESS control to minimum.. Feed in dot pattern. VERTICAL STATIC CONVERGENCE. Adjust V. STAT magnet to converge red, green and blue dots in the center of the screen (Vertical movement adjust S V.STAT RV750 to converge). HORIZONTAL STATIC CONVERGENCE If the blue dot does not converge with the red and green dots, peform the following:. Move BMC magnet (a) to correct insuffi cient H.Static convergence.. Rotate BMC magnet (b) to correct insuffi cient V.Static convergence.. After adjusting the BMC magnet, repeat Beam Landing Adjustment. Center dot R G B V.STAT R G B RV750 V.STAT PURITY BMC MAGNET V.STAT magnet b. Tilt the V. STAT magnet and adjust static convergence to open or close the V. STAT magnet. When the V. STAT magnet is moved in the direction of arrow a and b, red, green, and blue dots move as shown below: BMC magnet a b a b a B G b B G a R R R a GB b B b G R b a R b G a B B G b R

13 KV-4FS00/5FS00 DYNAMIC CONVERGENCE ADJUSTMENT Before performing this adjustment, perform Horizontal and Vertical Static Convergence Adjustment.. Slightly loosen defl ection yoke screw.. Remove defl ection yoke spacers.. Move the defl ection yoke for best convergence as shown below: R G B B G R R B G B R G G R B B G R B G R R G B 4. Adjust XCV core to balance X axis. 5. Adjust YCH VR to balance Y axis. 6. Adjust vertical red and blue convergence with V.TILT (TLV VR.) Note: Perform adjustment -6 while tracking items and. SCREEN-CORNER CONVERGENCE. Affi x a permalloy assembly corresponding to the misconverged areas: b a a b a-d: screen-corner misconvergence c d d c B G R R B G G B R R G B -. FOCUS. Adjust FOCUS control for best pictures. 4. Tighten the defl ection yoke screw. 5. Install the defl ection yoke spacers. TLH PLATE ADJUSTMENT. Input crosshatch pattern.. Adjust PICTURE QUALITY to standard, PICTURE and BRIGHTNESS to 50%, and OTHER to standard. Adjust the Horizontal Convergence of red and blue dots by tilting the TLH plate on the defl ection yoke. RV750 V.STAT TLH Plate Focus (FV) Screen (G) CV Board XCV (TLV) YCH TLV -4. SCREEN (G). Input a dot pattern.. Set the PICTURE and BRIGHTNESS controls at minimum and COLOR control at normal.. Adjust SBRT, GCUT, BCUT in service mode with an oscilloscope as shown below so that voltages on the red, green, and blue cathodes are 60 ± VDC. B R R B TLH+ (R)(B) (B)(R) TLH- 60 ± VDC Ground Pedestal

14 KV-4FS00/5FS00-5. METHOD OF SETTING THE SERVICE ADJUSTMENT MODE SERVICE MODE PROCEDURE. Standby mode (power off).. Press Display Channel 5 Sound Volume + Power on the Remote Commander (press each button within a second). SERVICE ADJUSTMENT MODE ON. The CRT displays the time being adjusted. Mode Category Display Item Display Item service defl hsiz 6 Signal Type ntsc vchp Press or 4 on the Remote Commander to select the time.. Press or 6 on the Remote Commander to change the data. 4. Press MUTING then ENTER to save into the memory. SERVICE ADJUSTMENT MODE MEMORY Turn the set off then on to exit Service Adjustment Mode. Mode Category Display Item Item Data service defl hsiz 6 MUTING Green Signal Type ntsc write vchp ENTER Red -6. WHITE BALANCE ADJUSTMENTS. Input an entire white signal with burst.. Set to Service Adjustment Mode.. Set the PICTURE and BRIGHTNESS to minimum. 4. Adjust with SBRT if necessary. 5. Select GCUT and BCUT with and Adjust with and 6 for the best white balance. 7. Set the PICTURE and BRIGHTNESS to maximum. 8. Select GDRV and BDRV with and Adjust with and 6 for the best white balance. 0. To write into memory, press MUTING then ENTER. 4

15 KV-4FS00/5FS00 SECTION : SAFETY RELATED ADJUSTMENTS -. X R565 CONFIRMATION METHOD (HV HOLD-DOWN CONFIRMATION) AND READJUSTMENTS The following adjustments should always be performed when replacing the following components which are marked with Y on the schematic diagram: HOLD-DOWN READJUSTMENT If the setting indicated in Step of Hold-Down Operation Confi rmation cannot be met, readjustment should be performed by altering the resistance value of R565 component marked with X. T585 FBT Part Replaced ( ) Adjustment ( ) DY, T585, CRT, IC00, IC56, C507, C508, C506, T5, L50, C588, L588, C566, C56, C56, D567, D568, D566, R567, R568, R565, R566, R56, R56, R56, R58...A Board HV HOLD-DOWN R565 ampmeter.0 ma DC range ABL + A IABL - PREPARATION BEFORE CONFIRMATION. Using a Variac, apply AC input voltage: 0 ± VAC.. Turn the POWER switch ON.. Input a white signal and set the PICTURE and BRIGHTNESS controls to maximum. 4. Confirm that the voltage between C566 (+) or TP0 and ground is more than 05 VDC. HOLD-DOWN OPERATION CONFIRMATION. Connect the current meter between Pin of the FBT (T585) and the PWB land where Pin would normally attach (See Figure on the next page).. Input a dot signal and set PICTURE and BRIGHTNESS to minimum: IABL = 00 ± 00µA.. Confirm the voltage of A Board TP- is 8.0 ± 0.VDC. 4. Connect the digital voltmeter and the DC power supply via Diode SS9 to C566 (+) and ground (See Figure on next page). 5. Increase the DC power voltage gradually until the picture blanks out. 6. Turn DC power source off immediately. 7. Read the digital voltmeter indication (standard < 7VDC). 8. Input a white signal and set PICTURE and BRIGHTNESS to maximum: IABL = 650 ± 00µA. 9. Repeat steps 4 to B+ VOLTAGE CONFIRMATION AND ADJUSTMENT Note: The following adjustments should always be performed when replacing the following components, which are marked with Y on the schematic diagram on the A Board: A BOARD: IC604, PH60. Using a Variac, apply AC input voltage: / VAC.. Input a DOT pattern at Q.C.. Set the PICTURE and the BRIGHTNESS controls to minimum. 4. Confi rm the voltage of A Board between TP- & Ground is <6.6 VDC. 5. If step 4 is not satisfi ed, replace the components listed above, then repeat Steps. 5

16 6 KV-4FS00/5FS00 Q590 T R505 C64 C505 C506 D598 C58 L588 Q5 IC565 IC545 IC56 L5 L5 HS5 C55 L55 D56 C5 D006 L56 C54 D545 D566 L58 C56 C5 C5 C68 CN55 R574 R58 R59 R57 R557 R549 R5 R54 C548 C59 Q40 C50 C540 R56 R59 R506 R570 R569 R568 R547 R50 R589 R4 R408 R594 R58 R546 C56 C C45 C57 D568 D60 D569 D58 D567 R540 R54 R566 D56 R5 R5 C640 C C595 C545 C547 R504 C544 C56 C58 C57 0 R58 C504 C50 D60 L55 R50 R588 R55 D64 Q505 Q506 R5 R54 R90 R548 R90 C65 T5 PS40 L7 L70 JR JR505 C65 R50 R59 C590 R609 C597 T585 R47 R598 Q5 R575 C50 D506 E B 6 4 HDY- HDY- HDY+ HDY+ VDY- VDY+ H-OUT N/C 00V GND HEATER -V GND +V N/C ABL GND GND HDT V.OUT H-OUT H-OUT 6 7 H.PROT 6 5V TP TP8 TP9 TP7 TP9 TP0 TP7 TP6 TP TP0 TP4 TP5 E B TP TP TP C E B FBT E B Figure TP X R565 C DIGITAL MULTIMETER + - POWER SUPPLY SS9 AMMETER ma dc range + - A

17 KV-4FS00/5FS00 SECTION 4: CIRCUIT ADJUSTMENTS ELECTRICAL ADJUSTMENTS BY REMOTE COMMANDER Use the Remote Commander (RM-Y7) to perform the circuit adjustments in this section. Test Equipment Required:. Pattern generator. Frequency counter. Digital multimeter 4. Audio oscillator 4-. SETTING THE SERVICE ADJUSTMENT MODE. Standby mode (Power off).. Press the following buttons on the remote commander within a second of each other: Display Channel 5 Sound Volumne + Power SERVICE ADJUSTMENT MODE ON. The CRT displays the item being adjusted. Signal Type Mode service defl hsiz 6 ntsc Category Display Item Item Data vchp Press or 4 on the Remote Commander to select the item.. Press or 6 on the Remote Commander to change the data. 4. Press MUTING then ENTER to write into memory. SERVICE ADJUSTMENT MODE MEMORY Signal Type Mode service defl hsiz 6 ntsc Category Display Item write Item Data vchp MUTING ENTER Green Red. Press 8 then ENTER on the Remote Commander to initialize. 4-. MEMORY WRITE CONFIRMATION METHOD. After adjustment, pull out the plug from the AC outlet, then replace the plug in the AC outlet again.. Turn the power switch ON and set to Service Mode.. Call the adjusted items again to confi rm they were adjusted. 4-. REMOTE ADJUSTMENT BUTTONS AND INDICATORS MUTING (Enter into memory) Disp. (Item up) (Device Item Up) 4 Disp. (Item down) 8 (Initialize) VOLUME (+) (Service Mode) POWER (Service Mode) DISPLAY (Service Mode) Item (Data up) 6 Item (Data down) 5 (Device item down) ENTER (Enter into memory) 0 (Remove from memory) Mode Category Display Item Item Data service defl hsiz 6 MUTING Green Signal Type ntsc write vchp ENTER Red Carry out Step when adjusting IDs 0-7 and when replacing and adjusting IC00. Turn set off then on to exit Service Adjustment Mode. RM-Y7 7

18 KV-4FS00/5FS00 ADJUSTMENT ITEMS ( OF 8) DEVICE "DEF" Item# OSD DETAIL Range (DEC) Initial Data HSIZ H SIZE(EW DC) HPOS H POSITION VSIZ V RAMP SIZE VPOS V POSITION(RAMP DC)not useful VLIN V LINEARITY SCOR S CORRECTION VBOW BOW VANG ANGLE TRAP EW TRAPESIUM PAMP EW PIN UPIN UPPER PIN LPIN LOWER PIN TROT TROT HBLK H BLK mode select LBLK HBLK front timing RBLK HBLK rear timing VBLK V BLK width HMSK TOP VEND(when MACROVISION)prevent OFF HDW H PULSE WIDTH(5u/9u) AFC AFC GAIN AFC AFC TIME CONSTANT AFCW AFC PULL IN WIDE 00-0 CDMD V DET WINDOW SW TIMING HSS SYNC SLICE LEVEL(H sepa) VSS SYNC SLICE LEVEL(V sepa) SLDN Auto Slice level DOWN SLUP Auto Slicelevel UP JPSW Jump SW HOSC H VCO fo ADJUST EHT EHT EHTG EHT MODE DEVICE "6:9" Item# OSD DETAIL Range (DEC) Initial Data PAMP EW PIN UPIN UPPER PIN LPIN LOWER PIN ACLV ACL VTH ABLV ABL VTH DEVICE "VP" Item# OSD DETAIL Range (DEC) Initial Data RDRV R DRIVE GDRV G DRIVE when Color Temp. is "Cool" and "Neutral" BDRV B DRIVE when Color Temp. is "Cool" and "Neutral" RCUT GCUT BCUT SCON CONTRAST LEVEL SHUE TINT SCOL COLOR LEVEL SBRT BRIGHT RON R OUTPUT MUTE 00-0 GON G OUTPUT MUTE 00-0 BON B OUTPUT MUTE BLLV BLUE STRETCH(00:no <-> :deep) MTRX MATRIX RATIO SELECT AXIS R-Y PHASE OFFSET SSHO SHARPNESS GAIN(OVER) SSHP SHARPNESS GAIN(PRE) SHPF SHRPNESS fo(00: CLK <-> :5 CLK)

19 ADJUSTMENT ITEMS ( OF 8) KV-4FS00/5FS00 DEVICE "VP" Item# OSD DETAIL Range (DEC) Initial Data 0 SHCL SHARPNESS CPRING LEVEL SHMX SHARPNESS LIMITTER LEVEL ACLV ACL VTH ABLV ABL VTH AKBD AKB Self Diagnostic AKBS AKB H/W S/W Switch REFP AKB REFPLS timing YNRC YNR LIMITER LEVEL BKON BLACK STRETCH ON BKTH BLACK STRETCH DETECTOR TRESH LEVEL BKAR BLACK STRETCH DETECTOR TRESH AREA 00-0 BKSP BLACK STRETCH START POINT 00-0 DEVICE "VP" Item# OSD DETAIL Range (DEC) Initial Data VMLO VM LEVEL at "Low" Setting VMHI VM LEVEL at "High" Setting VMDL VM DELAY VMPL VM PORALITY VMWD VM WIDTH VMCL VM CORING LEVEL VMMX VM LIMITER LEVEL CKLV COLOR KILLER VTH 00-7 /YUV:0 9 CKON FORCE KILLER ALFA ADAPTIVE DET SENSITIVITY 00-0 YCMD YC SEPA FORCE SELECT(00:ADAPTIVE 0:H 0:V :HV) VACL V APERTURE CORING LEVEL VAGA V APERTURE GAIN LEVEL 00-5 Soft Cont'l 4 VAMX V APERTURE LIMITER LEVEL GAMM GANMA(00:no <-->:deep) 00-0 Soft Cont'l 6 YDLY Y DELAY TIME 00-0 /YUV: 7 CDLY C DELAY 00-0 /YUV: 8 YOFF Y OUTPUT MUTE CBPF C BPF fo HI /YUV:0 0 CLIM C OUTPUT LIMITTER YFSL Y BAND WIDTH CFSL C BAND WIDTH BGPP BGP(for C DECODER)TIMING NRCH NOISE DET TIME CONSTANT NRCL NOISE DET TIME CONSTANT NRVL NOISE DET VTH NRVH NOISE DET VTH GDOF G DRIVE BDOF B DRIVE 00-0 GCOF G CUTOFF 00-0 BCOF B CUTOFF DCTV DCTRANSFER VTH DCTG DCTRANSFER GAIN 00- Soft Cont'l 9

20 ADJUSTMENT ITEMS ( OF 8) DEVICE "VIVID" 0 KV-4FS00/5FS00 Item# OSD DETAIL Range (DEC) Initial Data VPIC Picture(VIVID) VBRI Brightness(VIVID) 00-6 VCOL Color(VIVID) VHUE Hue(VIVID) VSHA Sharpness(VIVID) VVM VM(VIVID) VTRI Color Temp(VIVID) VAPA Aperture G(VIVID) VGMA Gamma(VIVID) DCTG DCT LV(VIVID) DEVICE "STD" Item# OSD DETAIL Range (DEC) Initial Data VPIC Picture(STANDARD) /FEFS:6 VBRI Brightness(STANDARD) /FEFS: VCOL Color(STANDARD) 00-6 /FEFS:7 4 VHUE Hue(STANDARD) 00-6 /FEFS: 5 VSHA Sharpness(STANDARD) 00-6 /FEFS: 6 VVM VM(STANDARD) 00-0 /FEFS: 7 VTRI Color Temp(STANDARD) 00-0 /FEFS:0 8 VAPA Aperture G(STANDARD) /FEFS:7 9 VGMA Gamma(STANDARD) 00-0 /FEFS: 0 DCTG DCT LV(STANDARD) /FEFS:6 DEVICE "MOVIE" Item# OSD DETAIL Range (DEC) Initial Data VPIC Picture(MOVIE) 00-6 VBRI Brightness(MOVIE) VCOL Color(MOVIE) VHUE Hue(MOVIE) VSHA Sharpness(MOVIE) VVM VM(MOVIE) VTRI Color Temp(MOVIE) VAPA Aperture G(MOVIE) VGMA Gamma(MOVIE) DCTG DCT LV(MOVIE) DEVICE "SPORTS" Item# OSD DETAIL Range (DEC) Initial Data VPIC Picture(SPORTS) VBRI Brightness(SPORTS) 00-6 VCOL Color(SPORTS) VHUE Hue(SPORTS) VSHA Sharpness(SPORTS) VVM VM(SPORTS) VTRI Color Temp(SPORTS) VAPA Aperture G(SPORTS) VGMA Gamma(SPORTS) DCTG DCT LV(SPORTS)

21 ADJUSTMENT ITEMS (4 OF 8) KV-4FS00/5FS00 DEVICE "Y" Item# OSD DETAIL Range (DEC) Initial Data COFI 0:4 Linedelaies : Linedelaies YNRS YNR ON YTHR Y SIGNAL GENERATE from DYCS YD Y SIGNAL GENERATE from DYCS DFX C SIGNAL GENELATE from H/V BPF only CLPS Y CLAMP TIME CONSTANT VLPF Y_LPF(ANALOG) fo Ajust CLPF C_LPF(ANALOG) fo Ajust BKHS BLACK STRETCH HYSTERISYS 00-0 BPFB YCS HBPF SELECT(BACK) 00-0 BPFF YCS HBPF SELECT(FRONT) 00-0 DEVICE "C" Item# OSD DETAIL Range (DEC) Initial Data FORG CHROMA DECODER PHASE SELECT FSEL CHROMA DECODER CLK SELECT /YUV:0 ACTL ANALOG ACC AMP MAX GAIN AFL ANALOG ACC hysteresis 5 AFH AON ANALOG ACC AMP ON LEVEL MV MACROVISION(BURST) DET TRESH MVS MACROVISION(BURST) DET ON MVS MACROVISION(BURST) DET POSITION ACCS ACC ON/OFF /YUV: KILS KILLER DET SELECT /YUV: AASL C DECODER TIME CONSTANT(,6,8,H) 00-0 BASL ACC TIME CONSTANT ATIM ANALOG ACC HISTERISYS SELECT VMSK ACC V BLK OFF WIDTH AON ACC MAX GAIN INTE C DECODER INTRGRATOR ENABLE SIN C DECODER PHASE V ENABLE CKVT PLL STOP BURST LEVEL XFFR VCXO FORCE FREERUN /YUV: ACCV C DECODER PHASE V ENABLE 00-0 BWSL KILLER DET SELECT 00-0 /YUV: BWDT PLL KILLER VTH /YUV: 4 AE AMP, ON/OFF ENABLE(0 FIX) AON ABL VTH AON ACL VTH AFL AMP OFF LEVEL lower AFH AMP OFF LEVEL upper AFL AMP OFF LEVEL lower AFH AMP OFF LEVEL upper AXTH AXS HYS ACTH ROM HYS AVAV AVE SEL AV BTH BCOMP

22 ADJUSTMENT ITEMS (5 OF 8) KV-4FS00/5FS00 DEVICE "RGB" Item# OSD DETAIL Range (DEC) Initial Data AMUT RGB POWER ON MUTE PMUT RGB MUTE(EXCEPT OSD) 00-0 VBLK CORL R CUTOFF lower CORH R CUTOFF upper COGL G CUTOFF lower when Color Temp. is "Cool" and "Neutral" COGH G CUTOFF upper when Color Temp. is "Cool" and "Neutral" COBL B CUTOFF lower when Color Temp. is "Cool" and "Neutral" COBH B CUTOFF upper when Color Temp. is "Cool" and "Neutral" ABLS ABL SELECT (ON:00, OFF:0) ACLS ACL ON (ON:00, OFF:0) 00-0 ALSP ACL SPEED 00-0 ALRS ACL RECOVER SPEED ALAS ACL ATACK SPEED ABLG ABL GAIN ALS ACL ATACK SPEED() AKBS AKB MODE AKBP AKB PULSE HEIGHT OSDL OSD LIMMIT SELECT MPXS UV MULTIPLEX ON /YUV:0 CXUV YC/YUV SELECT /YUV: UVIN U/V INVERT /YUV:0 UVOS UV OFFSET CANCELER ON /YUV:0 4 ACL SOFT ACL CONTROLE HBLS H BLK OFF VENS V-latch OFF UOFS U IN OFFSET VOFS V IN OFFSET AABL ANALOG ABL THRESHOLD LEVEL CONTROL AABG ANALOG ABL GAIN CONTROL AALG ANALOG ACL GAIN CONTROL AABS ANALOG ABL ON/OFF CONTROL (ON:0, OFF:00) AALS ANALOG ACL ON/OFF CONTROL (ON:0, OFF:00) 00-0

23 ADJUSTMENT ITEMS (6 OF 8) KV-4FS00/5FS00 DEVICE "DEFD" Item# OSD DETAIL Range (DEC) Initial Data VSTP V OUTPUT STOP HFFR AFC FORCE FREERUN HFUP H FREERUN FREQUENCY UP(700Hz) VPHA V PHASE(V POSITION ADJUST) JSWW Jump Pulse Width EWG EWV AD OUTPUT LEVEL(6db) EWCL EW/VRAMP DA CLOCK SELECT 00-0 /YUV: 8 EWDI EW/VRAMP DA DITHER XF0A VCXO FREERUN ADJUST BGST BGP(for PLL) TIMING SKWI Skew correcter refernce phase /YUV:0 XPHA VCXO PHASE ADJUST SKEW Skew correcterphase controle /YUV: 4 HRMP AFC TIME CONSTANT RPLU REF PLL TIME CONSTANT RPLB REF PLL TIME CONSTANT XF0B VCXO Fo ADJUST RPLS REF VCO FB LOOP SELECT SSM SyncSepaMasking CONTROL VSAG V-SAG prevent ON AFC AFC GAIN CONTROL VRFL V RAMP FILTER SWITCHING OFF SSLP LPF pre SYNC SEPA ON/OFF IMTS I.M. TEST XPLU ACP TIME CONSTANT FSC 8fscCLK Skew OFF 00-0 /YUV: 7 4FS 4fscCLK Skew OFF 00-0 /YUV: 8 EWVR DSDAC V RESET Enable VLOF IIC V Latch OFF(for TEST) WIN FORCE Window 00-0 BGPC ANGLE Return current up MHDL ANGLE Return current up timing 00-0 BFRE force V FREERUN ANGG ANGLE Retun current up ANGT ANGLE Retun current up timing DOSD Digital OSD ON ANGS AFC ANGLE/BOW INHIBIT HRPP FRAMP RRAMP H OUT CONTROL RANGE VF50 FORCE V FREERUN 50Hz CLKS TBC clock system select VBHK V BLK HALF KILL DSYC CVBS INPUT CONTROL VPW V Pulse Wide QSW MODULATOR FEEDBACK GAIN CONTROL ADTY CLOCK DUTY CONTROL at IIC QSWITCH=ON DTH DITHER THRESHOLD LEVEL CONTROL at IIC AUTOD=ON HBSW HBLK REFERENCE AFC/AFC DSCS DAC CLOCK ON/OFF CONTROL

24 ADJUSTMENT ITEMS (7 OF 8) KV-4FS00/5FS00 DEVICE "OTHER" Item# OSD DETAIL Range (DEC) Initial Data PCLP SYNC TIP/PEDESTAL CLAMP SELECT VRT ADC REFERENCE (00:.5Vpp 0:.5Vpp 0:.5Vpp :.45Vpp) 00-0 /YUV: AM INTERIGENT MONITOR OUTPUT SELECT(analog) DME INTERIGENT MONITOR OUTPUT SELECT(degital) DM INTERIGENT MONITOR OUTPUT SELECT(degital) HI 4fsc(Skew)CLK POLARITY HD 4fscCLK(Skew)CLK DELAY ADJUST I 8fscCLK POLARITY D 8fscCLK DELAY ADJUST ADCD ADC CLK DELAY ADJUST 00-0 /YUV:0 CLKS AD/LOGIC CLK SWAP /YUV:0 HDSL HD OUT(for MCU)SELECT 00-0 CPSL PLL CP LATCH ON CPCL PLL CP LATCH CLOCK CPCP PLL CP LATCH POLARTY DUMY DUMMY 00-0F DEVICE "OSD" Item# OSD DETAIL Range (DEC) Initial Data HT HALF TONE LEVEL OSLR R OSD LEVEL OSLG G OSD LEVEL OSDC OSDB B OSD LEVEL DEVICE "S/W ADKB" Item# OSD DETAIL Range (DEC) Initial Data SRIL S/W AKB RED OUTPUT Lower Soft Cont'l SRIH S/W AKB RED OUTPUT Upper 00-0 Soft Cont'l SGIL S/W AKB GREEN OUTPUT Lower Soft Cont'l 4 SGIH S/W AKB GREEN OUTPUT Upper 00-0 Soft Cont'l 5 SBIL S/W AKB BLUE OUTPUT Lower Soft Cont'l 6 SBIH S/W AKB BLUE OUTPUT Upper 00-0 Soft Cont'l 7 SLM S/W AKB LIMIT DATA SLM S/W AKB LIMIT DATA SLM S/W AKB LIMIT DATA SAD S/W AKB ADD DATA SAD S/W AKB ADD DATA SBIT S/W AKB BIT SHIFT DATA SNOP S/W AKB POWER ON NOP TIMER COUNTER DATA 00-FF 4 SERL S/W AKB BIT ERROR JUDGE LEVEL SPWC S/W AKB ERROR JUDGE COUNTER DATA 0-FF 6 SLMC S/W AKB LIM/LIM JUDGE COUNTER DATA 0-FF 0 7 SPWL S/W AKB POWER ON MUTE OFF JUDGE LEVEL SPMT S/W AKB POWER ON MUTE EXIT TIMER 00-FF 0 9 SEEP S/W AKB INITIAL DATA EEPROM WRITE 00-FF 0 4

25 KV-4FS00/5FS00 ADJUSTMENT ITEMS (8 OF 8) DEVICE "AUDIO PROCESSOR" Item# OSD DETAIL Range (DEC) Initial Data SBAL Sub Balance SBAS Sub Bass STRE Sub Treble SRL Surround Level BBOL Surround Off-BBE Low BBOH Surround Off-BBE High BBSL Simulate BBE Low BBSH Simulate BBE High BBGL WOW Game BBE Low BBGH WOW Game BBE High 00-5 BBTL SRS BBE Low BBTH SRS BBE High 00-5 VFIX Audio output fix data AGCL AGC level 00-0 DEVICE "MICROPROCESSOR" Item# OSD DETAIL Range (DEC) Initial Data DISP OSD horizontal offset CCHP Closed Caption Horizontal Position 00-7E 80 HRLW Low limit of H-pulse counting window (RF) HRHG High limit of H-pulse counting wondow (RF) HSLW Low limit of H-pulse counting window (S-Video) HSHG High limit of H-pulse counting wondow (S-Video) HSDT H-pulse Detection(S-Video) DEVICE "FEATURE" Item# OSD DETAIL Range (DEC) Initial Data ID0 Language related SEE ID MAP ID Video ralated SEE ID MAP ID Audio related SEE ID MAP ID Miscellaneous SEE ID MAP ID4 Miscellaneous SEE ID MAP ID5 Miscellaneous SEE ID MAP ID6 Miscellaneous SEE ID MAP ID7 Miscellaneous SEE ID MAP Notes: Range (DEC) shows the range of possible setting for each Adjustment Mode. Initial Data shows the standard settings for each Adjustment Mode. Mode Function ID Number Data Signal Type Chip Version service id's id5 9 ntsc M780MK-00SP VERB.O 5

26 KV-4FS00/5FS ID MAP TABLE 96 + Vpp 4-5. A BOARD ADJUSTMENTS H. FREQUENCY (FREE RUN) CHECK. Input a TV mode (RF) with no signal.. Connect a frequency counter to base of Q50 (TP-5 H. DRIVE) on the A Board.. Check H. Frequency for 575 ± 00 Hz. V. FREQUENCY (FREE RUN) CHECK. Select video with no signal input.. Set the conditions for a standard setting.. Connect the frequency counter to TP-7 (V OUT) or CN55 pin 6 (V DY+) and ground on the A Board. 4. Check that V. Frequency shows 60 ± 4 Hz. 8. Reset AALS, ABLS, GON and BON values to. AALS: ON () ABLS: ON (0) R ON: ON () G ON: ON () B ON: ON () 9. Press MUTING then ENTER to save into the memory. DISPLAY POSITION ADJUSTMENT (DISP). Input a color-bar signal.. Set to Service Adjustment Mode.. Select DISP with and Adjust values of DISP with and 6 to adjust characters to the center. 5. Write to memory by pressing MUTING then ENTER. 6. Check to see if the text is displayed on the screen. DRIVE (SCON) Mode Category Display Item Item Data. Input a color-bar signal and set the level to 75%.. Set in Standard mode.. Activate the Service Adjustment Mode. 4. Set AALS, ABLS, GON and BON items. Using and 6 set each to the following values. Leave RON set to. Signal Type Mode service video rdrv ntsc vchp AALS: OFF (0) ABLS: OFF () R ON: ON () G ON: OFF (0) B ON: OFF (0) Category Display Item Item Data 5. Connect an oscilloscope probe to CV Board, J75Pin (KR) (Red Out). 6. Select SCON with and Adjust the value of SCON with and 6 for 96 ± Vpp. 6 Signal Type service micro disp 48 ntsc vchp SUB BRIGHT ADJUSTMENT (SBRT). Input a monoscope signal.. Activate the Service Adjustment Mode.. Set the PICTURE and BRIGHTNESS to minimum. 4. Select the SBRT item with and Adjust the values of SBRT with and 6 to obtain a faintly visible crosshatch. 6. Press MUTING then ENTER to save into the memory. SUB HUE, SUB COLOR ADJUSTMENT (SHUE, SCOL). Input color-bar signal at 75%.. Activate the Service Adjustment Mode.. Set (PIC) to Max and (COL) to 50%. 4. Connect an oscilloscope probe to CV Board, CN0Pin 4 Blue Out. 5. Select the SHUE and SCOL item with and While showing the SHUE item, adjust the waveform with and 4 until the second and third bars show the same level (V = V < 0.5Vp-p). Set Sub Hue - Step. 6

27 KV-4FS00/5FS00 7. While showing the SCOL item, adjust the waveform with and 6 until the first and fourth bars show the same level (V = V4 < 0.5Vp-p). Set Sub Col + Step. V V V V4 H. SIZE ADJUSTMENT (HSIZ). Input a monoscope signal.. Activate the Service Adjustment Mode.. Select HSIZ with and Adjust with and 6 for the best horizontal size. 5. Press MUTING then ENTER to save into the memory. 8. Press MUTING then ENTER to save into the memory. V. SIZE ADJUSTMENT (VSIZ). Input a crosshatch signal.. Activate the Service Adjustment Mode.. Select the VSIZ item with and Adjust value of VPOS with and 4 for the best vertical center. 5. Press MUTING then ENTER to save into the memory. V. CENTER ADJUSTMENT (VPOS) Perform this adjustment after performing H. Frequency (Free Run) Check.. Input a crosshatch signal.. Activate the Service Adjustment Mode.. Select the VPOS item with and Adjust value of VPOS with and 6 for the best vertical center. 5. Press MUTING then ENTER to save into the memory. V. LINEARITY (VLIN), V. CORRECTION (SCOR), PIN AMP (PAMP), AND HORIZONTAL TRAPEZOID (HTRP) ADJUSTMENTS. Input a crosshatch signal.. Activate the Service Adjustment Mode.. Select VLIN, SCOR, PAMP, and HTRP with with and Adjust with and 6 for the best horizontal size. 5. Press MUTING then ENTER to save into the memory. V LINEARITY (VLIN) V CORRECTION (SCOR) PIN AMP (PAMP) H. CENTER ADJUSTMENT (HPOS) HORIZONTAL TRAPEZOID (HTRP) Perform this adjustment after performing H. Frequency (Free Run) Check.. Input a crosshatch signal.. Activate the Service Adjustment Mode.. Select the HPOS item with and Adjust the value of HPOS with and 6 for the best horizontal center. 5. Press MUTING then ENTER to save into the memory. 7

28 KV-4FS00/5FS00 V. ANGLE (VANG), V. BOW (VBOW), UPPER PIN (UPIN) AND LOW PIN (LPIN) ADJUSTMENTS. Input a crosshatch signal.. Activate the Service Adjustment Mode.. Select VANG, VBOW, UPIN, and LPIN with and Adjust with and 6 for the best picture. 5. Press MUTING then ENTER to save into the memory. V ANGLE (VANG) V BOW (VBOW) UPPER PIN (UPIN) LOW PIN (LPIN) SERVICE ADJUSTMENT MODE MEMORY. After completing all adjustments, press 0 then ENTER. Read From Memory Mode Category Display Item Item Data Signal Type service defl vbow 7 ntsc vchp Green 0 Red ENTER 8

29 KV-4FS00/5FS00 SECTION 5: DIAGRAMS 5-. CIRCUIT BOARDS LOCATION The components identifi ed by X in this basic schematic diagram have been carefully factory-selected for each set in order to satisfy regulations regarding X-ray radiation. Should replacement be necessary, replace only with the value originally used. CV Board When replacing components identifi ed by Y, make the necessary adjustments as indicated. If the results do not meet the specifi ed value, change the component identifi ed by X and repeat the adjustment until the specifi ed value is achieved. (Refer to Safety Related Adjustments on Page 5.) When replacing the parts listed in the table below, it is important to perform the related adjustments. Part Replaced ( ) Adjustment ( ) M Board A Board DY, T585, CRT, IC00, IC56, C507, C508, C506, T5, L50, C588, L588, C566, C56, C56, D567, D568, D566, R567, R568, R565, R566, R56, R56, R56, R58...A Board HV HOLD-DOWN R PRINTED WIRING BOARD AND SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM INFORMATION All capacitors are in µf unless otherwise noted. pf : µµf 50WV or less are not indicated except for electrolytics and tantalums. All electrolytics are in 50V unless otherwise specifi ed. All resistors are in ohms. k=000, M=000k Indication of resistance, which does not have one for rating electrical power, is as follows: Pitch : 5mm Rating electrical power : / W in resistance, / 4 0 W and / W in chip resistance. 8 : nonflammable resistor. : fusible resistor. : internal component. : panel designation and adjustment for repair. All variable and adjustable resistors have characteristic curve B, unless otherwise noted. Readings are taken with a color-bar signal input. Readings are taken with a 0M digital multimeter. Voltages are DC with respect to ground unless otherwise noted. Voltage variations may be noted due to normal production tolerances. All voltages are in V. S : Measurement impossibillity. : B+line. : B-line. (Actual measured value may be different). : signal path. (RF) Circled numbers are waveform references. REFERENCE INFORMATION RESISTOR : RN METAL FILM : RC SOLID : FPRD NONFLAMMABLE CARBON : FUSE NONFLAMMABLE FUSIBLE : RW NONFLAMMABLE WIREWOUND : RS NONFLAMMABLE METAL OXIDE : RB NONFLAMMABLE CEMENT : 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 The components identiþed by shading and! symbol are critical for safety. Replace only with part number speciþed. The symbol indicates a fast operating fuse and is displayed on the component side of the board. Replace only with fuse of the same rating as marked. Les composants identiþes per un trame et une marque! sont critiques pour la securite. Ne les remplacer que par une piece portant le numero speciþe. Le symbole indique une fusible a action rapide. Doit etre remplace par une fusible de meme yaleur, comme maque. 9

30 5. BLOCK DIAGRAM AND SCHEMATICS KV-4FS00/5FS00 BLOCK DIAGRAM Tuner S REAR V L R Y/C FRONT V L R YUV YUV AUDIO Y U V L R AUDIO OUT L R Audio Amplifier AN75 7.5W AN75 0W Det-Out AudioProcessor NJW4 R I.R. IC Bus RGB RGB Driver TDA608 RGB L Speakers L.E.D. Menu CTRL Energy Star 5VDC TV-8 DEC 5V STBY.V Reg. 9V Reg. SRT One-ChipIC M6558MF-XXXFP -Micro -YCJ -LCombFilter B+ Rect. 5V Vd Hp V-Out TDA87 E/W Pin Out KC470A H-Out SD67 H.Drive Horiz. Vert. To DY Head phones L.F.T AC Line Rect. THP Relay D.G.C. Power Mosfet SK876 Power Supply Low B Rect. Audio Rect..5V 4V OCP 00v Rect. +v Rect. -v Rect. FBT G HV Focus FBT To CRT To CRT 0

31 R L V 9V 0V 5V SCL SDA AS RF AGC VIF 9V AFT OUT GND DET OUT DET OUT ST IND SAP IND MODE F MONO NC MUTE NC R OUT L OUT EMI VDR600 * EMI EMI R L V SW C D589 SST-77 D505 BY8 L007 R08 R070 D509 MTZJ-T-77-.B D044 MTZJ-T-77-0B C09 IC56 R08 k Q005 D045 MTZJ-T-77-0B C IC565 C V D6 C0 0. D4 RD9.EW-T R SB709A-QRS-TX HSYNCH SEP R094 R NJM90M-TE VERT DRIVE BUFF NJM90M-TE V HOLD CNTRL RD9.EW-T k 0UH 0UH VCC+ REF OUT BOOST DRIVE+ VSS X-IN X-OUT VSS-MCU VCC-5V FILT HLF VHOLD CV-IN RESET VSS-DIG VCC-.V DCT_FILTER MONITOR-VIDEO-OUT MAIN-TV-IN VCC-.V Y-IN C-IN GND-YC VRT I-BINT O-NS O-VOL O-SAP O-DGC O-MUTE I-SAP I-STEREO O-SCLK O-BCLK IO-BDAT ABL-ACLIN IK-AKBIN H-OUT EW-OUT HVCO VD+VRAMP VD-VRAMP V-RAMPC VCC-.V AFC VA SPKL+ GND STANBY IN-L GND IN-R VC DRIVE- VCC- SPKL- SPKR- GND SPKR+ IC00 M4C6-MN6T(A) MEMORY Q0 SB709A IK BUFFER 9V 0V 5V SCL SDA AS FR AGC 9V AFTOUT GND DEEMOUT MUTE DET OUT S-VID Y-IN TV-VID Y-IN VID- NC VIDEO-IN VIDEO-IN VRB IO-SDAT FBP-IN EW-C U-IN Y 9V LINE IK N/S B G GND GND B-INT B-DAT B-CLK V GND U GND V V GND U Y GND V.V GND HD OUT 9V ABL HD IN GND R VM U-IN Y-IN V-IN U-IN C-IN TV-L KV-4FS00/5FS00 A BOARD SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM A TO M BOARD CN0 CN0 9P TO CV BOARD CN75 MONO CN0 6P CN00 4P FOR JIG CN00 6P CN0 6P B C TP00 6.V RF-AGC C074 0 STEREO C L0 L008 R08 00 R07 00 C L00 R0 4.7k R608 5k Q009 SD60A AGC TU0 AUDIO OUT VAR/FIX J06 VIDEO VIDEO VIDEO P C470 VIDEO REAR D7 R479 R V-IN J0 J0 C60 RD9.EW-T k 680 6V R09 VID- C6 0p P P R09 D5 4.7k 0p D44 0 Y-IN RD9.EW-T Y-IN MTZJ-T B R60 U-IN R06 R07 00 V-IN J00 R R0 S VIDEO R k R0 0 00k 0k 4P R0 V-R YUV-R C0 00k VID- Q4 0. D R406 R407 R07 Y-IN SD60A-QRS-TX R 6V C0 RD9.EW-T k D0 R0 0. C MUTE 00k C07 C C06 R6 MTZJT77-9.B 00k 6V 00 D V MTZJ-T-77-9.B V-IN D 6V Q400 Q40 D0 V-R RD9.EW-T MTZJ-T-77-9.B Y-IN VID- C-IN SD60A SD60A R7 R8 MUTE MUTE YUV-L 75 V-L D00 JW(5.0MM) R40 D4 R09 R0 MTZJ-T-77-9.B R7 0 0 R 47k 0k R46 JW(5.0MM) D04 TV-L 47k C00 R00 0 R45 D4 MTZJ-T-77-9.B TV-L 0. 47k 0 MA-TX 6V R044 C0 C048 C04 R04 R045 +9V 4.7k R05 0. R k R 4.7k 0 6V.k 47k VID- V-L C V C V R08 47k R06 00k VID- D0 MTZJ-T-77-9.B R6 75 D E F G H I J K L M N O DGC DGC AC IN CN600 P AC IN AC IN CN50 P DGC DGC R600.M /W F60 * TP60 D60 MTZJ-T-77-0D IC004 SBX08-7 SIRCS C V 9V TP60 5V R07 4.7k JW55 * L508 JW(5.0mm) RY50 D50 MA-TX Q50 SCA-QRSTA DGC DRIVER JW550 * R507 0k JW55 * C L009 R07 6.8k S006 JW55 * C66 00 R07.5k T60 * THP50 * C R R069.k S005 D69 MTZJ-T-77-B D650 MTZJ-T C S007 R074.k R508 JW(7.5MM) +9V S004 R k Q650 SD9 5V REG C D00 LNK000G MENU_BUTTONS R FRONT_BUTTONS R60 R699 * * C V RY600 D68 MA-TX C68 00p 50V C680 00p 50V R0 k /6W R098 k S00 R S00 S008 D605 D4SB60L-F AC RECT C605 00p 50V C606 00p 50V R60 * R C C64 47 C C V B C :B CHIP C C R66 9.k /6W C :B CHIP C66 0. R6 00 R6 k /6W R080 0k /6W C C R05 k D00 MTZJ-T-77-0B C R60 * R67 0k R 560 C054 R0 0 R687 * JW605 * JW606 * C STBY 5V VSENSE F/B CT RT GND TIMER SS VC OCP C V R69 0k R /6W C08 0. R08 50k S00 MAIN POWER VD NC VG(H) VS VB NC VG(L) P-GND VC C V R6 470k /W R60 0k R68 470k /W R0 47k R08 47k C TV-R TV-VID Y-IN IC600 MCZ00D SW REG CON R06 4.7k D6 * D6 * R08 M R659 0 R 470 C 0p C R65 0. R640 k TV-VID R k D004 MTZJ-T-77-0B D68 UF4005PKG C V Q06 SB709A-QRS-TX BUFFER CH Q004 SD60A-QRS-TX BUFFER R658 0 C64 0. PH60 PCFY PHOTOCOUPLER C05 0p C05 0 R085 0 R R 4.7k R 00 FB67.UH Q600 SK640-0MR-F SW REG OUT R660 0k C R086 k /6W R670 0k D6 DNL0U-TA S S R056 0k FB66.UH C648 0p kv R R Q006 SD60A-QRS-TX HP PROTECT C649 0p kv R R67 0. W R67 k R R k /6W Q60 SK640-0MR-F SW REG OUT C67 000p 800V 4 FB65 JW(5.0MM) FB68 JW(5.0MM) R66 k R68 JW(5.0MM) TV-R R k R k R060 D005 MTZJ-T-77-0B TV-VID Y-IN 5V T60 * R090 k R C049.0 R054 k R k R057 C00 0p R00 0 T60 k R05 R059 R09 47k R07 0k R047 R C V B D608 DSB60A-F04 AC RECT R05 00 R05 k k D6 D5LC0U R09 47k 0 R0 C V B R06 0k D65 MA7D50 Q008 SD60A BUFFER R555 0k 0 STBY 5V C p R058 0k 0 D006 MTZJ-T-77-5.C C C6 470 FB606 JW(5.0MM) FB604 0UH R08 k /6W R09 0 /0W D559 MA-TX X00 CRYSTAL C00 p R60. W FB60 0UH D64 ELZ-V D558 MA-TX C FB60 0UH R04 4.7k R k Q00 SD60A-QRS-TX CONVERGENCE R00 0 O-HSYNC O-RELAY O-SEL O-SEL0 I-AFT I-SIRCS I-PWR I-HLDWN R606 0k Q604 SB709A V REG C004 47p CHIP D60 SS9 I L606 C C65 5V 000 5V FB605 JW(5.0MM) C60 0p D6 ELZ-V R04 JW(7.5)MM O-AGCMUTE I-KEY I-MENU O-MONO I-HSYNC I-PROT O-LED O-MAGABASS C640 0p 7 C B R00 0 D00 MTZJ-T B FB60 0UH C65 0 C V C G R607 M L607 C V C p +5V O R605 0k R0 0 C L00 C V C6. R R00 k R k R5 470 D05 MTZJ-T B R R07 47k /6W C5 470p R90 0 C509 5V C D5 MTZJ-T-77-.B R5 0k /6W C C V I O G C6 C690 C V B C V R0 75 C009 0p C00 C B C5 560p IC608 BA05T STBY 5V REG D64 EZ050AV C C R667 0k C V B C6 0. L00 R6 470k /6W Q90 SD60A SW D90 R05 0k R9 560 /6W R9.k /6W L004 C R IC00 PST94NL STBY 5V RESET IC60 NJM95F09 9V REG C R86 0 IC00 M6558MF-00FP MICRO/Y-C-J/COMB TP60 V JW MA-TX R9 4.7k /6W R94 0k /6W C V B:B 6 C0 0 IC604 DM-58 ERROR AMP C55 0 C05 0. B R5 470k R57.k C Q9 SD60A SW C0 0. C-IN C V C V JR44 0 L608 C0 0. R64 R668.k R XTAL-PAL-N XTAL-PAL-M 5 4 XTAL-NTSC C C0 0.0 GND-DEF B-OUT VCC-.V G-OUT GND-OUT R-OUT VCC-.V VM-OUT VZOUT V-IN U-IN VID- D0 RD9.EW-T STBY 5V APC Y-IN R0 75 R04 0 STBY 5V C04 0. I R k C55.0 D050 SST-77) D05 SST-77) G O R604 k /6W C8 0.0 R099 JW(5.0MM) IC6 BA0T.V REG R594.k R Q590 SA09TPE PROTECT Q608 SD44S RELAY DRIVE C0 R59 0k C B R7.k C R7 M C00 0. C V C V 0.0 R4 0k R 6.8k R54 6.8k R64.k R7 C C V C V C R59 00k R680 0 R70.k L006 C L6 FL00 EMI R 0 EMI C590 R 0 JW R4.7k /6W C6 0. C7 p C L005 R09 0k L609 R590 0k D56 SST-77 C50 C600 0 L60 U-IN C-IN +.V 0 TP604.V C R k R54 5k Y-IN R06 4.7k R5 JW(5.0MM) C C X0 CRYSTAL Q00 SD60A VM OUT R0 k CHIP Q57 SB709A SW Q57 SD60A SW C R55 5.6k R50 4.7k /6W R05 75 VID- R5 0k +.V R557.k JW R57 4.7k R85 k R59 0 R50 C50 JW(5.0mm) C VID- C50 0p B R540 0k R57 4.7k L57 JW(5.0mm) R50 4.7k R5 JW(5.0MM) R57 80k R56 0k /0W C R54 0k R05 47k R54.5 W R50.k W C Q50 SC09LK H DRIVE 8 R54 8.k TV-R V-R R k C57 00 C V-L C545 0 C504 80p R C R50 0k /6W IC40 NJM750M-TE AUDIO SW R5 R7 0 C57 C p C56 0p R5 680 /6W D58 SST R9 0 C R546. C5 R5 0 R575 Q C PIN DRIVE R59 5k /6W S STEREO TV-L V-L S YUV-L TV-R V-R YUV-R 0 GND L-OUT V+ V-L VRET R-OUT NC V-R D40 MA-TX R0.k Q0 SB709A-QS-TX BUFFER T505 4 R547 0k D545 GP08DPKG D56 RGP0GPKG C5 47p CH R58 90 D55 SST-77 C44 C55 00p FB5.UH R56 0k R55 47 R498 0 R8.k FB505.UH Q5 KTC470A PIN OUT R56 0k R56 k R6.k C R56 0k R560 k /6W Q05 SB709A-QS-TX BUFFER Q04 SB709A-QS-TX BUFFER R505 JW(7.5MM) L55 8mH C499 Q505 SD64-YB H OUT +9V V-R 0 IC545 TDA87 V OUT R548 8.k /6W C56 0 IN-L V-L IN-R R499.k /6W D56 JW(5MM) Q578 SD60A SW LINE A C p k YUV-R R4 0 D506 RU4AM-T C498 D508 MA-TX C p.k C V R40 0 Q4 SD60A-QRS-TX MUTE SW R494 0k R549 47k AUDIO VCC C kv C C V LINE B R5 0 T50 R48 k R47 4.7k R50 0 C C D48 MA-TX D45 MTZN-T-77-0B R564 8k /6W IN-L R45 0k C597 0 C R C V IN-R R456 k R46 0 R565 0k 9V R46 47k R458 k R50 k /W T5 PS40 R k C V R578 0k L5 0mH C V D568 MTZJ-T-77-8.B HOLD DOWN R566 00k C595 0 R567 47k W R R488 k Q45 SB709A MUTE SW D567 SST77 TEMP CORR R464 47k C V R457 k R C R597 0k C C594 D569 MTZJ-T-77-5.C R R455 k R R Q404 SD60A MUTE C V L55.mH R570 0k R574 0k D566 EGP0DPKG PROTECT IC404 AN780A AUDIO AMP R46.k R46.k R C V D587 RGP0GPKG C589 D596 RGP5GPKG D598 RGP5GPKG TUNING CONTROL Y/C/J POWER SUPPLY TUNER/IF DEFLECTION AUDIO MTS B+ R588 W C R569 0k C Q405 SD60A MUTE R487 k C V R587 L588 R R R5 W C V C V OUT-L 47 R850 8k R584 k R585 5k C44 R R586.k SW55 HEATER C V C440 0 OUT-L OUT-R R R440 0 R5 JW(7.5MM) R54 68 R55 68 W JW585 T585 FBT D55 GP08DPKG D54 GP08DPKG L56 C MM HV FV SV OUT-R HV FOC JW40 0MM J40 HP G OUT-L R58 00k R58 JW(7.5MM) CN40 4P SP R+ SP R- SP L- SP L+ CN55 6P HDY+ HDY+ HDY- HDY- VDY- VDY+ CN585 6P GND VD+ HEATER NC 00V +B TO CV BOARD CN75 H.DY H.DY V.DY V.DY BA6-98-A

32 A [POWER A BOARD LOCATOR TABLE KV-4FS00/5FS >PF-LP< S006 S00 S00 S004 S005 S00 D00 J40 S007 S008 EY67 R60 EY4 EY5 EY5 EY4 CN40 EY49 EY50 IC6 EY54 EY55 Q600 EY6 EY64 C6 D6 EY550 THP50 C64 IC600 RY60 JW550 EY EY7 D640 EY55 EY EY67 EY74 EY68 D68 Q60 EY75 EY76 THP600 L508 EY675 C5 PH60 EY8 EY8 EY78 EY77 IC60 IC60 EY79 EY80 EY04 EY05 EY0 EY0 C68 C505 Q50 EY506 EY500 Q505 C506 T5 FB505 EY50 EY56 C507 C508 Q506 C588 R074 R07 C440 D004 C606 R075 R699 R050 C066 JW C605 R44 C6 C44 JW40 JW8 C6 D6 JW4 CN00 JW40 JW5 JW JW C69 JW0 JW6 C64 C60 T60 JW6 R077 JW608 R076 JW40 JW D05 C067 D605 HS605 EY60 HS6 C665 IC608 C0 C006 D050 JW8 C65 EY88 D6 EY87 R600 C60 JW4 C00 C EY86 R6 EY85 R687 EY60 FB67 EY60 R0 FB66 C04 C008 R06 D005 C648 C0 EY68 R60 C60 C09 HS600 L00 EY680 EY56 F60 C09 R640 C046 JW6 EY CN600 C0 D04 C054 C0 JW9 JW55 JW55 JW55 JW JW5 C64 C00 C65 D6 CN00 HS60 EY95 R659 JW8 C649 C647 D69 C600 JW9 C0 C67 C04 R67 C64 C676 EY96 C099 R690 EY97 C048 CN00 JW07 FB65 FB68 Q50 JW60 C55 CN0 C049 C680 EY98 C677 R64 CN0 R04 JW4 JW4 R054 D6 C68 R55 R508 JW4 T60 EY9 EY9 C60 HS60 JW C6 T605 T60 C68 C6 EY6 EY6 EY65 EY EY C45 FB605 R68 C6 L609 C458 JW59 C457 D045 IC404 FB604 D60 C650 C609 EY60 JW FB60 D60 R48 JW JW4 D044 C67 JW8 C640 D6 L608 C45 PS40 C60 JW4 EY606 EY605 D65 HS65 L607 C65 JW9 R50 JW59 JW90 R00 EY40 EY664 C66 C498 C50 D64 L606 C58 JW407 R59 EY55 L5 R589 L57 R609 EY6 IC604 JW44 JW45 JW C450 R59 R50 JW64 EY665 JW59 R450 JW6 C65 EY40 R047 JW406 EY54 L5 EY54 EY54 C5 C5 JW JW9 EY54 EY94 EY9 JW4 JW4 C594 JW70 C460 R504 C50 R50 EY545 JW50 R5 R5 JW09 JW05 JW60 JW77 R09 R08 C45 C504 JW78 R50 EY668 C50 L55 JW84 D506 SW55 T50 EY59 C56 C5 L50 EY670 C50 R505 C4 R JW50 R506 EY67 EY67 JW4 JW87 EY580 EY540 EY58 C077 EY57 C45 C46 C55 FB5 JW60 R5 JW5 Q5 HS5 C48 L588 R54 C660 C589 C54 L55 EY5 EY5 R588 R55 C44 C56 Q650 R540 JW90 JW57 CN55 C074 D006 C545 C55 JW585 L56 C56 C66 R547 JW50 JW90 R546 R566 JW40 JW6 JW7 L009 C547 JW9 R54 C566 D55 R54 EY560 L008 R4 R408 JW00 R JW9 JW97 C544 C56 JW47 JW9 D545 D566 JW0 R JW470 C597 JW9 R58 C595 D06 C JW05 C06 D04 D05 D5 JW50 D598 L58 JW49 D08 R58 R598 C58 EY570 D567 EY0 C57 EY0 R608 D R570 D568 D0 C05 T585 C66 D60 R568 J05 EY05 EY04 EY0 EY00 J00 R569 D PRESS GUIDE CN70 CN70 JW04 CN70 CN704 Q5 EY0 C470 R575 CN0 EY00 D44 TU0 D0 JW48 EY09 EY08 EY07 EY06 JW0 L+ L- R- R+ JW4 O I E B JW0 JW40 HORIZONTAL DEF. CLP00 B E 6 FBT PRESS GUIDE EY0 E B LFT COLD + HOT R E P L A C E F U S E A S M A R K E D 6 - E B I O - 6 A TIMER MPWR GND 5V SIRCS PPOWER 5V STBY.V 4 8 G S.V G S 0 9 A B C D E G I 9 6 OUT IC BUS A (FV).0A (FS) E B E C B CN00 GND LUMA-V LUMA-V GND TV CN585 B PLUS 00V N/C HEATER VD + GND 6 TU VIF SIF MTS LIGHTENING BA-6 SUFFIX CHANGE ( NEW TOOL ) JL JL JL SUPPLY, DEFLECTION, TUNER/IF, AUDIO, MTS, TUNING CONTROL, Y-C JUNGLE] JW66 JW67 VDR60 R68 EY507 EY509 EY674 EY505 EY508 D505 R668 EY50 EY50 FB60 FB60 R658 R60 EY59 EY5 D64 JW65 R065 D55 EY68 R67 R69 EY58 D54 JW60 R65 EY5 JW R067 EY57 R595 R60 EY5 FB506 EY68 EY50 EY56 EY54 Q590 R69 EY55 E D6 JW0 EY58 EY58 R069 EY5 T504 C64 R594 FB606 R60 4 JW65 JW66 R59 B JW606 JW605 C590 C675 EY44 EY45 EY46 EY58 T505 C667 6 R596 R587 JW6 EY5 EY60 R07 D587 R544 R54 R545 C664 CN585 JW60 JW68 JW67 JW8 D596 EY666 C50 EY06 C69 JW58 JW580 EY55 CN50 R5 JW55 JW58 R590 JW46 D608 JW90 EY59 R JW7 R586 JW59 D56 EY60 D00 C678 C66 EY57 R58 JW5 EY667 JW50 D589 R585 EY55 EY56 EY99 JW64 R850 R567 C6 EY6 R584 JW5 6. A R I S K O F F I R E EY604 C55 C546 C57 R55 JW5 D56 RY50 RY600 JW5 JW6 JW5 E JW4 R56 D60 VDR600 R440 B JW5 IC545 HS545 D58 JW60 JW JW6 LIGHTENING JW540 JW5 C5 R5 JW6 JW7 Q608 R8 R578 D56 R57 JW56 JW5 JW06 C R7 C4 JW560 JW0 JW55 JW JW8 JW JW408 JW044 JW6 JW0 JW7 JW4 JW0 UP/DOWN JW75 D58 JW80 C40 JW0 JW9 JW0 JW640 JW50 JW76 JW460 C4 C4 J0 C07 JW54 D4 JW4 VM R GND GND G B N/S IK 9V D6 MENU/SEL JW5 J06 JW89 R D5 C095 JW0 R JW400 JW40 JW9 JW8 IN MOD 9V GND.V S-VIDEO CN0 L004 C09 JW8 D45 JW98 JW96 R0 R46 JW8 JW5 X0 C097 D50 JW7 L005 FL00 R04 JW0 D00 JW86 JW99 JW94 JW0 JW8 C04 JW80 D7 C069 JW85 JW409 JW8 C6 JW66 JW95 D C44 JW7 JW50 C459 JW70 JW7 D509 JW5 R070 R08 C55 JW8 JW9 D0 JW7 JW7 JW R6 C509 C499 X00 R099 JW49 JW40 GND INT DATA CLOCK 5 D00 D05 J0 R058 JW5 R057 R059 R060 L00 C076 R07 R JW0 R05 JW7 JW5 R046 JW R06 JW404 JW7 JW5 D0 D0 C075 R05 JW45 R650 R09 JW68 JW67 JW6 CLOCK DATA JW405 JW D650 R087 JW49 JW50 JW5 JW46 F H J K L M JW6 JW60 JW57 JW56 JW47 TV/VIDEO VOL- VOL+ CH- CH+ POWER IC004 A B C D E F G H I

33 KV-4FS00/5FS00 A BOARD TRANSISTOR VOLTAGE LIST A BOARD WAVEFORMS 4. Vp-p (H). Vp-p (H). Vp-p (H) 0.9 Vp-p (H) Vp-p (H).0 Vp-p (V) 4.7 Vp-p (H).4 Vp-p (H) Vp-p (H) 8.7 Vp-p (H).4K Vp-p (V).0 Vp-p (H) Vp-p (V) 0.7 Vp-p (H) 96.9 Vp-p (H).9 Vp-p (V)

34 KV-4FS00/5FS00 A BOARD IC VOLTAGE LIST 4

35 JW79 5MM R768 R R GND IN+ IN- OUT B IN G IN R IN GND IK VDD R OUT G OUT B OUT OUT OUT IN- IN+ CV BOARD SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM KV-4FS00/5FS00 A CRT CN75 P KG KB G TO A BOARD T585(FBT) G R760 00k /W H 7V: TIGER B C Q76 SD60A-QRS-TX BUFFER D76 MA-TX R k R76 k R765.k R764 R k R766.k C78 8p R76 5k +9V Q76 SD60A-QRS-TX BUFFER D76 MA-TX Q76 SD60A-QRS-TX BUFFER R k R768 k C kv E R76. W R76. W RV750 S VSTAT 0M CV G- G4 KR 5 J75 CRT 0 KG G 6 9 KB 7 8 G- H H G- D758 RGP0GPKG CN755 :PIN-J E CV KR G G4 HV L70 +9V R k /W D E F CN75 9P TO A BOARD CN0 VM R 9 8 B Q77 SD60A-QRS-TX BUFFER G D77 MA-TX R k D78 MA-TX R k R Q78 SD60A-QRS-TX BUFFER R R R77 k R77 k C78 8p R78 k R779 k L7 R77 5k R775.k C780 8p L7 R78 5k R785.k R786.k Q77 SD60A-QRS-TX BUFFER Q77 SD60A-QRS-TX BUFFER D77 MA-TX R776.k +9V D78 MA-TX R k Q78 SD60A-QRS-TX BUFFER Q78 SD60A-QRS-TX BUFFER R k R778 k G R788 k B L75 C V R B IC75 TDA608JF/NB CRT DRIVE C V R G B R R R76 00 D756 SS8TD R758 k /W C R756 k /W D754 SS8TD R757 k /W D755 SS8TD C9 6V R94 70 R9 47 C V R97 k D90 SST TEMP-CORR R96 k R95 k C :PT Q904 SD60A-QRS-TX AMP R9 5 R9 0 R90 80 R99 00 R98 00 R9 5 +9V R9 0k Q90 SD60A-QRS-TX C9 AMP 5V Q906 SD60A-QRS-TX BUFFER R9 :FPRD Q905 SB709A-QRS-TX BUFFER CN707 P N/S COIL - NC N/S COIL + N/S COIL E 7 E 6 G G B N/S IK 9V B+ 00V NC HEATER VD C V C774 5V R787 k /6W V C775 IC707 NJM4556AD N/S AMP 6V +9V L90 C V E C908 6V R /W R :FPRD C907 60V Q90 SA005 VM.DRIVE. R907.7 :FPRD D90 MTZJ-T-77-9 R906 8k C V C :PT R905 k :FPRD D90 MTZJ-T-77-9 C :PT R90 80 W :RS Q90 SC55 R90 VM.DRIVE..7 :FPRD R904 8k C90 6V R90 47 :FPRD CN90 P E NC VM H E TO A BOARD CN585 CN75 6P R784 JW(0MM) Q77 SD60A VERT DEFL C V C V R78 7k /0W R778 0k /6W R780 k /6W R k C V C90. 60V C :PT R :FPRD R788 RV70.k 47k B+ R.G.B. DRIVE I CRT DRIVE VELOCITY MODULATION BA6-98-CV 5

36 9 6 E B CV BOARD WAVEFORMS KV-4FS00/5FS00.V p-p (H).V p-p (H).0V p-p (H) V p-p (H) 7.0V p-p (H) 0.V p-p (H) A B C D CV [RGB DRIVE, CRT DRIVE, VELOCITY MODULATION] 4 5 Q906 C9 R90 C90 Q90 R906 D90 D90 C906 C904 C90 R905 R90 R90 C90 R90 R9 C774 C9 C775 R 9 Q77 Q76 Q90 Q905 C N 9 0 IC707 C778 RV70 R788 C909 CN75 L90 J L C908 R76 R909 R760 CN75 4 SPARK GAP GROUND BA6 N/S - N/S + N/S C N 7 5 Q79 CN707 R79 Q77 R767 JL700 C755 R76 D758 R770 5 G H H 9 G G KB 0 KG KR H E A T E R T P 7 0 G RV750 CN755 IC75 R758 D756 R757 D755 R756 D754 CV BOARD IC VOLTAGE TABLE CV BOARD TRANSISTOR TABLE 6

37 KV-4FS00/5FS00 M BOARD SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM A CN0 6P MOUNTED TO A BOARD HDRV IN ABL 9V 9V HDRV OUT GND.V C 0.0 C0 47 R0 4.7k R50 4.7k R5 4.7k D50 MA R58 5k C5 470 R5 0k B CN P MOUNTED TO A BOARD -V R k R 4.7k C 0.0 C 0.00 IC NJM90M COMPARITOR R 4.7k C IC NJM90M COMPARITOR Q50 SD60A AMP R5 0k R54 4.7k R56.5k R55 4.7k Q5 SD60A AMP R57 0 R59 4.7k Q5 SD60A AMP C C 9V D L50 R70 0k IC NJM904M AMP R7 0k C70 47 R79 4.7k R74 47k /6W R77 00k R78 k C80 47 R7 C7.k 0.0 HDR IN/OUT E BA6-98-M 7

38 8 KV-4FS00/5FS00 CN R7 C7 R76 R7 R75 R C C7 R7 R70 C74 IC IC C80 R79 R74 C7 R0 R C C0 CN0 C R78 C4 R ID C5 C5 L50 R77 R55 R59 D50 C50 C70 HDRV IN ABL HDRV OUT 9V GND.V C50 C70 C0 R R54 IC ID R57 Q5 R50 Q5 R56 Q50 CN A B C D E M [HDR IN/OUT COMPONENT SIDE] M [HDR IN/OUT CONDUCTOR SIDE] A B C D E 6

39 KV-4FS00/5FS SEMICONDUCTORS SB709A-QRS-TX SD60A-QRS-TX SB74-T-4 SC09LK-TP SA09A-QRSTA SCA-QRSTA SD44S-TP-UVW SC840K LETTER SIDE SA87 C LETTER SIDE B E E C B E C B E C B B C E SA09O-TPE IRF64 SK66 SC479 SD578-YB G G E C D D B S S ERA8-06TP ERA8-004TP5 SST-77 DNS0R-TA MTZJ-T-77-C MTZJ-T-77-5B MTZJ-T-77-B MTZJ-T-77-9 CATHODE ANODE RU-P ERC06-5S EGP0DPKG MTZJ-T-77-5.C MTZJ-T C MTZJ-T A MTZJ-T-77-0B MTZJ-T-77-0D RGP0-GPKG RGP0-7PKG CATHODE ANODE ERB44-06TP SS8TD GP08DPKG RGP0GPKG RU4AM-T CATHODE ANODE RD9.EW-T MA-TX UDZ-TE-7.5.B UDZ-TE-7.9B ANODE CATHODE DSB60A-F04 DAP0K-T-46 D4SB60L-F + ~ ~ - { { D5LC0U TF54M MARKING SIDE VIEW CATHODE ANODE CATHODE CATHODE ANODE GATE 9

40 KV-4FS00/5FS00 Components not identified by a part number or description are not stocked because they are seldom required for routine service. SECTION 6: EXPLODED VIEWS The component parts of an assembly are indicated by the reference numbers in the far right column of the parts list and within the dotted lines of the diagram. * Items marked with an asterisk are not stocked since they are seldom required for routine service. Expect some delay when ordering these components. NOTE: The components identified by shading and! mark are critical for safety. Replace only with part number specified. 7 NOTE: Les composants identifies par un trame et une marque! sont critiques pour la securite. Ne les remplacer que par une piece portant le numero specifie. 6-. CHASSIS SCREW X6 TAPPING, +BV SCREW +BVTP 4X6 TYPE TT(B) SCREW (7) TAPPING SCREW + BVTP X0 TYPE TT(B) REF. NO. PART NO. DESCRIPTION [Assembly Includes] REF. NO. PART NO. DESCRIPTION [Assembly Includes] X BEZNET ASSY [-5, 7-8] EMBLEM, SONY (NO.9) DOOR, CONTROL LABEL, FRONT TERMINAL SPRING, D00R GUIDE, LED BUTTON, MULTI! CRT 5RSN (A60LPN70X)! COIL, NA ROTATION (RT00) SPEAKER (6XCM)! DY (Y5RSA) * 8 A A CV (VAR) BOARD, MOUNTED * SPRING (B), TENSION! COIL, DEGAUSSING PIECE A(0), CONV CORRECT MAGNET,DISC * BAND, DEGAUSS COIL SPACER, DY! NECK ASSEMBLY PIECE, TLH CONVERGENCE * 7 A A A BOARD, COMPLETE [8] 5FS00(S) (ONLY) The high-voltage leads associated with the FBT on this board are not included and must be ordered separately (SEE 4-6). * 7 A-00-9-A A BOARD, COMPLETE [8] KV-4FS00/5FS00(N) (ONLY) The high-voltage leads associated with the FBT on this board are not included and must be ordered separately (SEE 4-6). * 8 A A M (VAR) BOARD, MOUNTED! TUNER, FSS BTF-WA4! PLUG, F-PIN! CORD, POWER (WITH CONNECTOR) KV-5FS00(S) (ONLY)! CORD, AC KV-4FS00/5FS00(N) (ONLY) HOLDER, AC CABLE! FBT ASSY NX-40//X4A4 [4-6]! CAP ASSY, HIGH-VOLTAGE! CONNECTOR ASSY, FOCUS LEAD! WIRE ASSY, G LEAD COVER, REAR HOLDER, HV CABLE 40

41 KV-4FS00/5FS00 NOTE: The components identified by shading and! mark are critical for safety. Replace only with part number specified. NOTE: Les composants identifies per un trame et une marque! sont critiques pour la securite. Ne les remplacer que par une piece portant le numero specifie. SECTION 7: ELECTRICAL PARTS LIST The components in this manual identified by the following symbol: indicate parts that have been carefully factoryselected to satisfy regulations regarding X-ray radiation for each set. Should replacement be required for one of these components, replace only with the value originally used. * Items marked with an asterisk are not stocked since they are seldom required for routine service. Expect some delay when ordering these components. RESISTORS All resistors are in ohms F : nonflammable All variable and adjustable resistors have characteristic curve B, unless otherwise noted. A When ordering parts by reference number, please include the board name. REF. NO. PART NO. DESCRIPTION VALUES A * A-00-9-A A BOARD, COMPLETE (KV-4FS00/5FS00(N) ONLY) * A A A BOARD, COMPLETE (KV-5FS00(S) ONLY) -5-- HOLDER, FUSE * COVER,CAPACITOR, CAP TYPE SCREW (MX0), P, SW (+) The high-voltage leads associated with the FBT on the A board are not included and must be ordered separately. Order the following leads when requesting this A board: CAP ASSY, HIGH-VOLTAGE CONNECTOR ASSY, FOCUS LEAD WIRE ASSY, G LEAD CAPACITOR C CERAMIC CHIP 0pF 5% 50V C CERAMIC CHIP pf 5% 50V C CERAMIC CHIP 47pF 5% 50V C CERAMIC CHIP 0.00µF 0% 50V C ELECT 000µF 0% 5V C CERAMIC CHIP 470pF 5% 50V C ELECT 0.µF 0% 50V C CERAMIC CHIP 0pF 5% 50V C ELECT µf 0% 50V C CERAMIC CHIP 0.00µF 0% 50V C CERAMIC CHIP µF 0% 50V C ELECT µf 0% 50V C CERAMIC CHIP 0.µF 0% 6V C ELECT 0.µF 0% 50V C CERAMIC CHIP 0.µF 0% 6V REF. NO. PART NO. DESCRIPTION VALUES C ELECT 0µF 0% 50V C ELECT 470µF 0% 6V C CERAMIC CHIP 0.0µF 0% 5V C ELECT 0µF 0% 50V C CERAMIC CHIP 470pF 5% 50V C ELECT 00µF 0% 5V C ELECT µf 0% 50V C ELECT 0µF 0% 50V C CERAMIC CHIP 0pF 5% 50V C CERAMIC CHIP 0.047µF 0% 6V C ELECT µf 0% 50V C CERAMIC CHIP 0.00µF 0% 50V C CERAMIC CHIP 0.µF 0% 6V C CERAMIC CHIP 0.047µF 0% 6V C ELECT 47µF 0% 5V C ELECT 0µF 0% 50V C ELECT 470µF 0% 6V C ELECT 00µF 0% 5V C ELECT 47µF 0% 5V C CERAMIC CHIP µF 0% 50V C CERAMIC CHIP 0.µF 0% 0V C CERAMIC CHIP 0.µF 0% 0V C CERAMIC CHIP 0.0µF 0% 5V C ELECT 47µF 0% 5V C ELECT 47µF 0% 5V C CERAMIC CHIP 0.0µF 0% 5V C ELECT 47µF 0% 5V C CERAMIC CHIP 0.0µF 0% 5V C ELECT 47µF 0% 5V C CERAMIC CHIP 0.0µF 0% 5V C ELECT 47µF 0% 5V C ELECT 0.µF 0% 50V C CERAMIC CHIP 560pF 5% 50V C CERAMIC CHIP 0.µF 0% 6V C CERAMIC CHIP 0.µF 0% 6V 4

42 NOTE: The components identified by shading and! mark are critical for safety. Replace only with part number specified. NOTE: Les composants identifies per un trame et une marque! sont critiques pour la securite. Ne les remplacer que par une piece portant le numero specifie. KV-4FS00/5FS00 A REF. NO. PART NO. DESCRIPTION VALUES REF. NO. PART NO. DESCRIPTION VALUES C CERAMIC CHIP 0.µF 0% 6V C CERAMIC CHIP 0.µF 0% 6V C CERAMIC CHIP 0.µF 0% 6V C CERAMIC CHIP 0.µF 0% 6V C ELECT 4.7µF 0% 50V C ELECT 4.7µF 0% 50V C ELECT 00µF 0% 6V C ELECT 00µF 0% 6V C CERAMIC CHIP 0.µF 0% 6V C ELECT 0.µF 0% 50V C ELECT 0.µF 0% 50V C ELECT 0.µF 0% 50V C ELECT 0.µF 0% 50V C CERAMIC CHIP 0.µF 0% 6V C CERAMIC CHIP 0.µF 0% 6V C CERAMIC CHIP 0.µF 0% 6V C CERAMIC CHIP 0pF 5% 50V C ELECT 0.µF 0% 50V C CERAMIC CHIP 0.00µF 0% 50V C CERAMIC CHIP 0.µF 0% 6V C CERAMIC CHIP 0.0µF 0% 5V C CERAMIC CHIP 0.0µF 0% 5V C CERAMIC CHIP pf 5% 50V C CERAMIC CHIP 470pF 5% 50V C CERAMIC CHIP 0pF 5% 50V C CERAMIC CHIP 0pF 5% 50V C CERAMIC CHIP 0.00µF 0% 50V C CERAMIC CHIP 0.00µF 0% 50V C CERAMIC CHIP 0.0µF 0% 5V C CERAMIC CHIP 0.0µF 0% 5V C ELECT µf 0% 50V C ELECT 0µF 0% 5V C ELECT 0µF 0% 5V C ELECT 00µF 0% 5V C ELECT 0.47µF 0% 50V C ELECT 00µF 0% 6V C ELECT 00µF 0% 6V C CERAMIC CHIP 0.0µF 0% 6V C CERAMIC CHIP 0.0µF 0% 6V C FILM 0.µF 5% 50V C ELECT µf 0% 50V C ELECT µf 0% 50V C CERAMIC 0pF 0% 50V C MYLAR 0.047µF 0% 00V C CERAMIC 80pF 0% 500V C CERAMIC 680pF 0% 500V! C CERAMIC 680pF 0% KV! C FILM 9000pF %.KV! C FILM 0.056µF 0% 400V C ELECT µf 0% 5V C CERAMIC 0.00µF 0% KV C FILM 0.75µF 5% 50V C MYLAR 0.00µF 0% 00V C MYLAR 0.047µF 0% 00V C FILM 0.8µF 5% 50V C ELECT 4.7µF 0% 50V C FILM 0.5µF 5% 50V C ELECT µf 0% 50V C ELECT µf 0% 50V C CERAMIC CHIP 47pF 5% 50V C MYLAR 0.µF 0% 5V C CERAMIC 00pF 0% 500V C CERAMIC 0pF 0% 500V C ELECT µf 0% 60V C CERAMIC CHIP 0.00µF 5% 50V C CERAMIC CHIP 0.00µF 0% 50V C CERAMIC CHIP 0.00µF 0% 50V C CERAMIC CHIP 0.00µF 0% 50V C CERAMIC CHIP 0.0µF 0% 5V C CERAMIC CHIP 0.00µF 0% 50V C ELECT 47µF 0% 50V C ELECT 0µF 0% 50V C FILM 0.47µF 5% 50V C ELECT µf 0% 50V C ELECT 0µF 0% 50V C CERAMIC CHIP 0.µF 0% 6V C CERAMIC CHIP 0.0µF 0% 5V! C ELECT 4.7µF 0% 50V! C ELECT 0µF 0% 5V C CERAMIC CHIP 0.0µF 0% 5V C FILM 0.µF 5% 50V C FILM 0.47µF 5% 50V C FILM 0.47µF 5% 50V C ELECT 470µF 0% 6V 4! C ELECT 4.7µF 0% 60V C ELECT 00µF 0% 5V C MYLAR 0.068µF 0% 00V C MYLAR µF 0% 00V

43 NOTE: The components identified by shading and! mark are critical for safety. Replace only with part number specified. NOTE: Les composants identifies per un trame et une marque! sont critiques pour la securite. Ne les remplacer que par une piece portant le numero specifie. KV-4FS00/5FS00 A REF. NO. PART NO. DESCRIPTION VALUES REF. NO. PART NO. DESCRIPTION VALUES C ELECT µf 0% 00V! C ELECT 0µF 0% 50V C ELECT µf 60V C ELECT 0µF 0% 5V C ELECT 0µF 0% 5V C ELECT 0µF 0% 50V! C MYLAR 0.47µF 0% 5V! C MYLAR 0.47µF 0% 5V! C CERAMIC 00pF 0% 50V! C CERAMIC 00pF 0% 50V C ELECT 000µF 0% 5V C CERAMIC 0pF 0% 500V C ELECT 470µF 0% 50V C ELECT.µF 0% 50V C CERAMIC µF 50V C CERAMIC µF 50V C CERAMIC µF 50V C ELECT 00µF 0% 5V C ELECT 0µF 0% 00V C ELECT 0µF 0% 00V C CERAMIC µF 50V C CERAMIC CHIP 0.0µF 0% 5V C ELECT 470µF 0% 50V C ELECT 0µF 0% 60V C ELECT 0µF 0% 50V C ELECT 470µF 0% 50V C ELECT 47µF 0% 50V C FILM 0.00µF % 50V C ELECT 47µF 0% 5V C ELECT 4.7µF 0% 50V C CERAMIC CHIP 0.µF 0% 6V C CERAMIC CHIP 0.µF 0% 6V C ELECT 00µF 0% 5V C CERAMIC 0pF 0% 500V C ELECT 0µF 0% 50V C MYLAR 0.µF 5% 00V C CERAMIC CHIP 0.00µF 0% 50V C ELECT 47µF 0% 5V C CERAMIC 0pF 0% KV C CERAMIC 0pF 0% KV C ELECT 000µF 0% 5V C ELECT 000µF 0% 5V C CERAMIC CHIP 0.0µF 0% 5V C ELECT 47µF 0% 5V C ELECT 00µF 0% 5V C ELECT 4.7µF 0% 50V C ELECT 00µF 0% 5V C FILM 000pF % 800V C CERAMIC 00pF 0% 50V C CERAMIC 00pF 0% 50V C CERAMIC CHIP 0.0µF 0% 5V CONNECTOR * CN PLUG,CONNECTOR (.5MM) 4P * CN PLUG,CONNECTOR 4P * CN PIN,CONNECTOR (5MM PITCH) P * CN CONNECTOR PIN (DY) 6P * CN PLUG,CONNECTOR 6P CN PIN,CONNECTOR (POWER) DIODE D DIODE LNK000G D DIODE MTZJ-T B D DIODE MTZJ-T-77-0B D DIODE MTZJ-T-77-0B D DIODE MTZJ-T-77-0B D DIODE MTZJ-T-77-5.C D DIODE MTZJ-T-77-0B D DIODE MTZJ-T-77-0B D DIODE SST-77 D DIODE SST-77 D DIODE MTZJ-T B D DIODE RD9.ES-TB D DIODE MTZJ-T-77-9.B D DIODE MTZJ-T-77-9.B D DIODE MTZJ-T-77-9.B D DIODE MTZJ-T-77-9.B D DIODE MTZJ-T-77-9.B D DIODE RD9.EW-T D DIODE RD9.EW-T D DIODE RD9.EW-T D DIODE RD9.EW-T D DIODE RD9.EW-T D DIODE RD9.EW-T D DIODE RD9.EW-T D DIODE MTZJ-T-77-.B D DIODE MA-TX D DIODE MA-TX 4

44 NOTE: The components identified by shading and! mark are critical for safety. Replace only with part number specified. NOTE: Les composants identifies per un trame et une marque! sont critiques pour la securite. Ne les remplacer que par une piece portant le numero specifie. KV-4FS00/5FS00 A REF. NO. PART NO. DESCRIPTION VALUES REF. NO. PART NO. DESCRIPTION VALUES D SHORT CHIP D DIODE MA-TX D DIODE MTZJ-T B D DIODE MTZJ-T-77-0B D DIODE MA-TX D DIODE MA-TX D DIODE BY8/A5A/ D DIODE RU4AM-T D DIODE MA-TX D DIODE MTZJ-T-77-.B D DIODE GP08DPKG D DIODE GP08DPKG D DIODE SST-77 D DIODE RGP0GPKG D DIODE SST-77 D DIODE GP08DPKG D DIODE MA-TX D DIODE MA-TX! D DIODE SST-77! D DIODE EGP0DPKG! D DIODE SST-77 D DIODE MTZJ-T-77-8.B! D DIODE MTZJ-T-77-5.C D DIODE RGP0GPKG! D DIODE SST-77 D DIODE RGP5GPKG D DIODE RGP5GPKG D DIODE D4SB60L-F D DIODE DSB60A-F04 D DIODE ELZ-V D DIODE ERC04-06SE (KV-4FS00/5FS00(N) ONLY) D DIODE ERC04-06SE (KV-4FS00/5FS00(N) ONLY) D DIODE EZ050AV D DIODE MA7D50 D DIODE µf4005pkg D DIODE SS9-5TD D DIODE D5LC0U D DIODE ELZ-V D DIODE MA-TX D DIODE MTZJ-T-77-B D DIODE MTZJ-T-77-0D D DIODE DNL0U-TA D DIODE MTZJ-T C FUSE! F FUSE 6.A/5V (KV-4FS00/5FS00(N) ONLY)! F FUSE 6.A/50V (KV-5FS00(S) ONLY) FERRITE BEAD FB FERRITE.µH FB FERRITE.µH FB FERRITE 0µH FB FERRITE 0µH FB FERRITE 0µH FB FERRITE 0µH FB FERRITE.µH FB FERRITE.µH FILTER FL ENCAPSULATED COMPONENT IC! IC IC M6558µF-00FP IC IC M4C6-MN6T(A) IC IC PST94NL IC HYB IC SBX08-7 IC IC NJM750M-TE IC IC AN780A IC IC TDA87! IC IC NJM90M-TE IC IC NJM90M-TE IC IC MCZ00D IC IC NJM95F09! IC IC DM-58 IC IC BA05T IC IC BA0T JACK J TERMINAL BLOCK, S 4P J JACK, PIN P J JACK BLOCK, PIN P J JACK BLOCK, PIN P J JACK 44

45 NOTE: The components identified by shading and! mark are critical for safety. Replace only with part number specified. NOTE: Les composants identifies per un trame et une marque! sont critiques pour la securite. Ne les remplacer que par une piece portant le numero specifie. KV-4FS00/5FS00 A REF. NO. PART NO. DESCRIPTION VALUES REF. NO. PART NO. DESCRIPTION VALUES CHIP CONDUCTOR JR SHORT CHIP JR SHORT CHIP JR SHORT CHIP JR SHORT CHIP JR SHORT CHIP JR SHORT CHIP JR SHORT CHIP JR SHORT CHIP JR SHORT CHIP JR SHORT CHIP JR SHORT CHIP JR SHORT CHIP JR SHORT CHIP JR SHORT CHIP JR SHORT CHIP JR SHORT CHIP JR SHORT CHIP JR SHORT CHIP JR SHORT CHIP JR SHORT CHIP JR SHORT CHIP JR SHORT CHIP JR SHORT CHIP JR SHORT CHIP JR SHORT CHIP COIL L ENCAPSULATED COMPONENT L ENCAPSULATED COMPONENT L ENCAPSULATED COMPONENT L ENCAPSULATED COMPONENT L INDUCTOR 00µH L INDUCTOR 00µH L INDUCTOR 00µH L INDUCTOR 00µH L INDUCTOR 0µH L FERRITE 0µH L INDUCTOR 0µH L INDUCTOR 0µH L INDUCTOR 0MH L INDUCTOR.MH L INDUCTOR 50µH L INDUCTOR 8MH! L INDUCTOR 8µH L INDUCTOR 0µH L INDUCTOR 0µH L INDUCTOR 47µH L INDUCTOR 0µH PHOTO COUPLER PH PHOTO COUPLER PCFY IC LINK PS LINK, IC TRANSISTOR Q TRANSISTOR SD60A-QRS-TX Q TRANSISTOR SD60A-QRS-TX Q TRANSISTOR SB709A-QRS-TX Q TRANSISTOR SD60A-QRS-TX Q TRANSISTOR SD60A-QRS-TX Q TRANSISTOR SD60A-QRS-TX Q TRANSISTOR SD60A-QRS-TX Q TRANSISTOR SB709A-QRS-TX Q TRANSISTOR SB709A-QRS-TX Q TRANSISTOR SB709A-QRS-TX Q TRANSISTOR SB709A-QRS-TX Q TRANSISTOR SB709A-QRS-TX Q TRANSISTOR SD60A-QRS-TX Q TRANSISTOR SD60A-QRS-TX Q TRANSISTOR SD60A-QRS-TX Q TRANSISTOR SD60A-QRS-TX Q TRANSISTOR SD60A-QRS-TX Q TRANSISTOR SD60A-QRS-TX Q TRANSISTOR SD60A-QRS-TX Q TRANSISTOR SD60A-QRS-TX Q TRANSISTOR SB709A-QRS-TX Q TRANSISTOR SCA-QRSTA Q TRANSISTOR SC09LK-TP! Q TRANSISTOR SD64-YB Q TRANSISTOR SCA-QRSTA Q TRANSISTOR KTC470A Q TRANSISTOR SD60A-QRS-TX Q TRANSISTOR SB709A-QRS-TX Q TRANSISTOR SD60A-QRS-TX! Q TRANSISTOR SA09O-TPE 45

46 KV-4FS00/5FS00 A REF. NO. PART NO. DESCRIPTION VALUES REF. NO. PART NO. DESCRIPTION VALUES Q TRANSISTOR SK640-0MR-F Q TRANSISTOR SK640-0MR-F Q TRANSISTOR SB709A-QRS-TX Q TRANSISTOR SD44S-TP-UVW Q TRANSISTOR SD9 RESISTOR R RES-CHIP 0 5% /0W R SHORT CHIP R RES-CHIP K 5% /0W R RES-CHIP 470 5% /0W R RES-CHIP 4.7K 5% /0W R RES-CHIP 0K 5% /0W R METAL CHIP 47K 0.50% /6W R CARBON 0 5% /4W R CARBON 0 5% /4W R CARBON 0 5% /4W R RES-CHIP 0 5% /0W R RES-CHIP 0 5% /0W R CARBON 0 5% /4W R RES-CHIP 00 5% /0W R RES-CHIP 4.7K 5% /0W R RES-CHIP 0K 5% /0W R RES-CHIP K 5% /0W R RES-CHIP 0 5% /0W R RES-CHIP 4.7K 5% /0W R RES-CHIP 4.7K 5% /0W R RES-CHIP 0 5% /0W R RES-CHIP 0 5% /0W R RES-CHIP 4.7K 5% /0W R RES-CHIP 4.7K 5% /0W R CARBON 0 5% /4W R RES-CHIP 4.7K 5% /0W R RES-CHIP 4.7K 5% /0W R CARBON 4.7K 5% /4W R CARBON K 5% /4W R RES-CHIP 0 5% /0W R CARBON K 5% /4W R CARBON K 5% /4W R RES-CHIP 4.7K 5% /0W R RES-CHIP 0K 5% /0W R CARBON K 5% /4W R CARBON 0K 5% /4W R CARBON K 5% /4W R CARBON 0 5% /4W R CARBON 0K 5% /4W R CARBON 470 5% /4W R RES-CHIP 4.7K 5% /0W R CARBON 680 5% /4W R CARBON 80 5% /4W R CARBON.K 5% /4W R CARBON 0 5% /4W R CARBON 6.8K 5% /4W R CARBON 4.7K 5% /4W R CARBON.5K 5% /4W R CARBON.K 5% /4W R CARBON 6.8K 5% /4W R CARBON 00 5% /4W R RES-CHIP 0K 5% /0W R RES-CHIP 47K 5% /0W R RES-CHIP M 5% /0W R RES-CHIP 50K 5% /0W R RES-CHIP 680 5% /0W R SHORT CHIP R RES-CHIP K 5% /0W R CARBON 00 5% /4W R RES-CHIP K 5% /0W R RES-CHIP 47K 5% /0W R RES-CHIP.K 5% /0W R RES-CHIP 47K 5% /0W R FERRITE 0µH R FERRITE 0µH R RES-CHIP 4.7K 5% /0W R RES-CHIP K 5% /0W R RES-CHIP 4.7K 5% /0W R RES-CHIP K 5% /0W R RES-CHIP 0K 5% /0W R SHORT CHIP R RES-CHIP 00 5% /0W R RES-CHIP 00 5% /0W R RES-CHIP 4.7K 5% /0W R CARBON 0 5% /4W R RES-CHIP 4.7K 5% /0W R CARBON 4.7K 5% /4W R RES-CHIP 470 5% /0W R RES-CHIP 470K 5% /0W R RES-CHIP 47K 5% /0W R RES-CHIP 00K 5% /0W 46

47 KV-4FS00/5FS00 A REF. NO. PART NO. DESCRIPTION VALUES REF. NO. PART NO. DESCRIPTION VALUES R RES-CHIP 00K 5% /0W R CARBON 47K 5% /4W R RES-CHIP 47K 5% /0W R RES-CHIP 00K 5% /0W R RES-CHIP 00K 5% /0W R CARBON 47K 5% /4W R CARBON 47K 5% /4W R RES-CHIP 00K 5% /0W R CARBON 47K 5% /4W R CARBON 47K 5% /4W R RES-CHIP 00K 5% /0W R RES-CHIP 47K 5% /0W R RES-CHIP 75 5% /0W R RES-CHIP 75 5% /0W R SHORT CHIP R SHORT CHIP R RES-CHIP 75 5% /0W R RES-CHIP 75 5% /0W R RES-CHIP 75 5% /0W R RES-CHIP 75 5% /0W R RES-CHIP 75 5% /0W R RES-CHIP K 5% /0W R RES-CHIP 0K 5% /0W R RES-CHIP K 5% /0W R RES-CHIP 0 5% /0W R RES-CHIP 6.8K 5% /0W R SHORT CHIP R RES-CHIP 0K 5% /0W R RES-CHIP 0 5% /0W R RES-CHIP.K 5% /0W R RES-CHIP 0 5% /0W R RES-CHIP.K 5% /0W R RES-CHIP 0 5% /0W R RES-CHIP.K 5% /0W R CARBON 00 5% /4W R RES-CHIP 470 5% /0W R CARBON 560 5% /4W R RES-CHIP.7K 5% /0W R RES-CHIP 5% /0W R RES-CHIP 0K 5% /0W R RES-CHIP 470K 5% /0W R RES-CHIP 00 5% /0W R RES-CHIP 00 5% /0W R RES-CHIP.K 5% /0W R RES-CHIP M 5% /0W R RES-CHIP.K 5% /0W R SHORT CHIP R RES-CHIP 4.7K 5% /0W R RES-CHIP 560 5% /0W R RES-CHIP.K 5% /0W R RES-CHIP 0K 5% /0W R SHORT CHIP R RES-CHIP 0 5% /0W R RES-CHIP 0 5% /0W R SHORT CHIP R SHORT CHIP R SHORT CHIP R SHORT CHIP R RES-CHIP 0K 5% /0W R SHORT CHIP R RES-CHIP 4.7K 5% /0W R CARBON K 5% /4W R CARBON 0 5% /4W R CARBON 0 5% /4W R CARBON 4.7K 5% /4W R RES-CHIP K 5% /0W R RES-CHIP K 5% /0W R RES-CHIP K 5% /0W R RES-CHIP K 5% /0W R RES-CHIP 470 5% /0W R RES-CHIP 470 5% /0W R RES-CHIP.K 5% /0W R RES-CHIP.K 5% /0W R CARBON 47K 5% /4W R RES-CHIP 47K 5% /0W R RES-CHIP 680 5% /0W R RES-CHIP 0K 5% /0W R RES-CHIP K 5% /0W R RES-CHIP 00 5% /0W R RES-CHIP 00 5% /0W R RES-CHIP K 5% /0W R RES-CHIP K 5% /0W R RES-CHIP 47 5% /0W R RES-CHIP 47 5% /0W R RES-CHIP 0K 5% /0W R SHORT CHIP R METAL CHIP.K 0.50% /6W R CARBON 4.7K 5% /4W 47

48 NOTE: The components identified by shading and! mark are critical for safety. Replace only with part number specified. A component identified by this symbol indicates that it has been carefully factory-selected to satisfy regulations regarding X-ray radiation. Should replacement be required, replace only with the value originally used. KV-4FS00/5FS00 A REF. NO. PART NO. DESCRIPTION VALUES REF. NO. PART NO. DESCRIPTION VALUES R METAL OXIDE.K 5% W R CARBON 5.6K 5% /4W R RES-CHIP 0K 5% /0W R CARBON K 5% /W R METAL OXIDE 5% W R METAL OXIDE 68 5% W R METAL OXIDE 68 5% W R RES-CHIP 0K 5% /0W R RES-CHIP 680 5% /0W R CARBON 0 5% /4W R RES-CHIP 6.8K 5% /0W R METAL OXIDE 47 5% W R RES-CHIP K 5% /0W R RES-CHIP.K 5% /0W R RES-CHIP 90 5% /0W R METAL CHIP 5K 0.50% /6W R METAL CHIP 4.7K 0.50% /6W R RES-CHIP 0K 5% /0W R METAL CHIP 5K 0.50% /6W R RES-CHIP 5.6K 5% /0W R RES-CHIP 0K 5% /0W R RES-CHIP 80K 5% /0W R SHORT CHIP R CARBON 0K 5% /4W R METAL 8.K % /4W R METAL 0K % /4W R METAL OXIDE.5 5% W R METAL OXIDE 470 5% W R CARBON. 5% /4W R METAL 0K % /4W! R METAL 60 % /4W R CARBON 0K 5% /4W R CARBON 0K 5% /4W R RES-CHIP 4.7K 5% /0W R RES-CHIP 4.7K 5% /0W R RES-CHIP 0K 5% /0W R CARBON 4.7 5% /4W R CARBON 0K 5% /4W R CARBON 00K 5% /4W R CARBON % /4W R METAL K % /4W R METAL 5K % /4W R METAL.K % /4W R CARBON 47 5% /4W R METAL OXIDE 5% W! R CARBON 470K 5% /4W! R CARBON 0K 5% /4W! R METAL OXIDE % W! R CARBON 00K 5% /4W! R CARBON 0K 5% /4W! R CARBON.K 5% /4W! R CARBON 470K 5% /4W R CARBON % /4W R RES-CHIP 0K 5% /0W R CARBON % /4W R CARBON.M 5% /W R CEMENTED 5% 0W (KV-4FS00/5FS00(N) ONLY) R CEMENTED. 5% 0W (KV-5FS00(S) ONLY) R METAL CHIP 8.K 0.50% /6W R RES-CHIP 47K 5% /0W R RES-CHIP 470 5% /0W R RES-CHIP K 5% /0W R RES-CHIP 0K 5% /0W R RES-CHIP.K 5% /0W R RES-CHIP K 5% /0W! R RES-CHIP 0K 5% /0W! R CARBON 0K 5% /4W! R RES-CHIP 0K 5% /0W! R METAL CHIP 8K 0.50% /6W!X R METAL CHIP 0K 0.50% /6W! R METAL 00K % /4W! R METAL OXIDE 47K 5% W 48 R CEMENTED.8 5% 0W (KV-4FS00/5FS00(N) ONLY) R CEMENTED. 5% 0W (KV-5FS00(S) ONLY)! R CARBON 4.7M 5% /W (KV-4FS00/5FS00(N) ONLY) R RES-CHIP K 5% /0W R RES-CHIP 0K 5% /0W R RES-CHIP 0K 5% /0W R RES-CHIP M 5% /0W R METAL OXIDE 5K 5% W R CEMENTED 6.8 5% 0W R CARBON 470K 5% /W R RES-CHIP.K 5% /0W

49 NOTE: The components identified by shading and! mark are critical for safety. Replace only with part number specified. NOTE: Les composants identifies per un trame et une marque! sont critiques pour la securite. Ne les remplacer que par une piece portant le numero specifie. KV-4FS00/5FS00 A REF. NO. PART NO. DESCRIPTION VALUES REF. NO. PART NO. DESCRIPTION VALUES R FUSIBLE 0. 0% /W R RES-CHIP K 5% /0W R RES-CHIP K 5% /0W R CARBON % /4W R METAL OXIDE. 5% W R RES-CHIP 470 5% /0W R METAL CHIP 9.K 0.50% /6W R METAL 0K % /4W R CARBON 470K 5% /W R METAL 0K % /4W R METAL 0K % /4W R METAL CHIP K 0.50% /6W R RES-CHIP 00 5% /0W R METAL OXIDE 5% W R CARBON K 5% /4W R RES-CHIP 50 5% /0W R CARBON 680 5% /4W R CARBON 0 5% /4W R CARBON 0 5% /4W R RES-CHIP 0K 5% /0W R RES-CHIP 0K 5% /0W! R CARBON.K 5% /4W R RES-CHIP 0K 5% /0W R METAL OXIDE 0. 5% W R SHORT CHIP R CEMENTED.8 5% 0W (KV-4FS00/5FS00(N) ONLY) R CEMENTED. 5% 0W (KV-5FS00(S) ONLY)! R RES, METAL FILM 8.M 5% W (KV-5FS00(S) ONLY) R METAL 8K % /4W R RES-CHIP K 5% /0W R RES-CHIP 0 5% /0W RELAY RY RELAY! RY RELAY (AC POWER) S SWITCH TACTILE S SWITCH TACTILE S SWITCH TACTILE SWITCH SW SWITCH LEVER TRANSFORMER T TRANSFORMER, HORIZONTAL DRIVE T TRANSFORMER, FERRITE (PMT)! T TRANSFORMER, HORIZONTAL LINEAR! T FBT ASSY NX-40//X4A4! T TRANSFORMER, LINE FILTER (KV-4FS00/5FS00(N) ONLY)! T TRANSFORMER, LINE FILTER (KV-5FS00(S) ONLY)! T TRANSFORMER, STANDBY (KV-4FS00/5FS00(N) ONLY)! T TRANSFORMER, STANDBY (KV-5FS00(S) ONLY)! T TRANSFORMER, CONVERTER THERMISTOR THP THERMISTOR, POSITIVE (KV-4FS00/5FS00(N) ONLY) THP THERMISTOR, POSITIVE (KV-5FS00(S) ONLY) TUNER! TU TUNER, FSS BTF-WA4 VARISTOR VDR VARISTOR ENE7D-0A (KV-4FS00/5FS00(N) ONLY) VDR VARISTOR ENE7D-0A (KV-5FS00(S) ONLY) CRYSTAL SWITCH S SWITCH TACTILE S SWITCH TACTILE S SWITCH TACTILE S SWITCH TACTILE S SWITCH TACTILE 49 X OSCILLATOR, CRYSTAL X VIBRATOR, CRYSTAL

50 KV-4FS00/5FS00 M CV REF. NO. PART NO. DESCRIPTION VALUES REF. NO. PART NO. DESCRIPTION VALUES M * A A M (VAR) BOARD, MOUNTED CAPACITOR C ELECT 47µF 0% 5V C CERAMIC CHIP 0.0µF 0% 5V C CERAMIC CHIP 0.00µF 5% 50V C CERAMIC CHIP 0.0µF 0% 5V C CERAMIC CHIP 0.00µF 5% 50V C ELECT 0.47µF 0% 50V C ELECT 470µF 0% 6V C ELECT 47µF 0% 5V C CERAMIC CHIP 0.0µF 0% 5V C ELECT 47µF 0% 5V CONNECTOR * CN HEADER,CONNECTOR 6P DIODE D DIODE MA-TX IC IC IC NJM90M-TE IC IC NJM90M-TE IC IC NJM904M(TE) RESISTOR R METAL CHIP 4.7K 0.50% /0W R METAL CHIP 4.7K 0.50% /0W R METAL CHIP K 0.50% /6W R METAL CHIP 4.7K 0.50% /0W R RES-CHIP 4.7K 5% /0W R RES-CHIP 0K 5% /0W R RES-CHIP 0K 5% /0W R RES-CHIP 4.7K 5% /0W R RES-CHIP 4.7K 5% /0W R RES-CHIP 4.7K 5% /0W R RES-CHIP.5K 5% /0W R SHORT CHIP R RES-CHIP 5K 5% /0W R RES-CHIP 4.7K 5% /0W R METAL CHIP 0K 0.50% /6W R METAL CHIP 0K 0.50% /6W R METAL CHIP.K 0.50% /6W R METAL CHIP 47K 0.50% /6W R METAL CHIP 00K 0.50% /6W R METAL CHIP K 0.50% /0W R METAL CHIP 4.7K 0.50% /0W CV * A A CV (VAR) BOARD, MOUNTED SCREW (MX0), P, SW (+) CHIP CONDUCTOR JR SHORT CHIP JR SHORT CHIP JR SHORT CHIP JR SHORT CHIP JR SHORT CHIP JR SHORT CHIP COIL L INDUCTOR 00µH TRANSISTOR Q TRANSISTOR SD60A-QRS-TX Q TRANSISTOR SD60A-QRS-TX Q TRANSISTOR SD60A-QRS-TX CAPACITOR C CERAMIC CHIP 8pF 5% 50V C CERAMIC CHIP 8pF 5% 50V C CERAMIC CHIP 8pF 5% 50V C ELECT.µF 0% 60V C MYLAR 0.047µF 5% 50V C ELECT 470µF 0% 6V C MYLAR 0.00µF 5% 50V C MYLAR 0.047µF 0% 00V C MYLAR 0.00µF 5% 50V C ELECT µf 0% 60V C ELECT 470µF 0% 6V C CERAMIC µF 500V C MYLAR 0.µF 0% 00V C ELECT 00µF 0% 5V C ELECT 470µF 0% 6V 50

51 KV-4FS00/5FS00 CV REF. NO. PART NO. DESCRIPTION VALUES REF. NO. PART NO. DESCRIPTION VALUES C MYLAR 0.047µF 5% 50V C CERAMIC CHIP 0.0µF 0% 5V C ELECT 0µF 0% 50V C CERAMIC µF KV C MYLAR 0.µF 0% 50V C CERAMIC 0.00µF 0% 50V C ELECT.µF 0% 50V C ELECT 47µF 0% 5V C ELECT 470µF 0% 6V C ELECT 4.7µF 0% 50V C ELECT 47µF 0% 5V CONNECTOR CN PLUG,CONNECTOR P CN PLUG,CONNECTOR P CN PLUG,CONNECTOR 6P * CN PLUG,CONNECTOR 9P CN CONNECTOR, ONE TOUCH CN TAB (CONTACT) DIODE D DIODE MA-TX D DIODE MA-TX D DIODE MA-TX D DIODE MA-TX D DIODE MA-TX D DIODE MA-TX D DIODE MTZJ-T-77-9 D DIODE MTZJ-T-77-9 D DIODE SST-77 D DIODE SS8TD D DIODE SS8TD D DIODE SS8TD D DIODE RGP0GPKG IC IC IC NJM4556AD IC IC TDA608JF/NB COIL L INDUCTOR µh L INDUCTOR µh L INDUCTOR µh L INDUCTOR 00µH L INDUCTOR 68µH TRANSISTOR Q TRANSISTOR SD60A-QRS-TX Q TRANSISTOR SD60A-QRS-TX Q TRANSISTOR SD60A-QRS-TX Q TRANSISTOR SD60A-QRS-TX Q TRANSISTOR SD60A-QRS-TX Q TRANSISTOR SD60A-QRS-TX Q TRANSISTOR SD60A-QRS-TX Q TRANSISTOR SD60A-QRS-TX Q TRANSISTOR SD60A-QRS-TX Q TRANSISTOR SC55 Q TRANSISTOR SA005 Q TRANSISTOR SD60A-QRS-TX Q TRANSISTOR SD60A-QRS-TX Q TRANSISTOR SB709A-QRS-TX Q TRANSISTOR SD60A-QRS-TX Q TRANSISTOR SD60A-QRS-TX RESISTOR R RES-CHIP 4.7K 5% /0W R METAL CHIP K 0.50% /6W R RES-CHIP 5K 5% /0W R METAL CHIP % /6W R METAL CHIP.K 0.50% /6W R RES-CHIP.K 5% /0W R RES-CHIP 5.6K 5% /0W R RES-CHIP K 5% /0W R RES-CHIP K 5% /0W R RES-CHIP 4.7K 5% /0W R RES-CHIP K 5% /0W R METAL CHIP K 0.50% /6W R RES-CHIP 5K 5% /0W R METAL CHIP % /6W R METAL CHIP.K 0.50% /6W R RES-CHIP.K 5% /0W R RES-CHIP 5.6K 5% /0W R RES-CHIP K 5% /0W R RES-CHIP K 5% /0W R RES-CHIP 4.7K 5% /0W R METAL CHIP K 0.50% /6W R RES-CHIP 5K 5% /0W R METAL CHIP % /6W R METAL CHIP.K 0.50% /6W R RES-CHIP.K 5% /0W 5

52 KV-4FS00/5FS00 CV REF. NO. PART NO. DESCRIPTION VALUES REF. NO. PART NO. DESCRIPTION VALUES R RES-CHIP 5.6K 5% /0W R RES-CHIP K 5% /0W R CARBON 47 5% /4W R CARBON.7 5% /4W R CARBON 560 5% /4W R CARBON 8K 5% /4W R CARBON K 5% /4W R CARBON 8K 5% /4W R CARBON.7 5% /4W R CARBON 560 5% /4W R CARBON 47 5% /W R METAL OXIDE 80 5% W R RES-CHIP 5 5% /0W R RES-CHIP 0 5% /0W R RES-CHIP 5 5% /0W R RES-CHIP 70 5% /0W R RES-CHIP K 5% /0W R RES-CHIP K 5% /0W R RES-CHIP K 5% /0W R RES-CHIP 00 5% /0W R RES-CHIP 00 5% /0W R RES-CHIP 80 5% /0W R RES-CHIP 0K 5% /0W R CARBON 5% /4W R CARBON 47 5% /4W R CARBON K 5% /W R CARBON K 5% /W R CARBON K 5% /W R CARBON 00K 5% /W R METAL OXIDE. 5% W R METAL OXIDE. 5% W R CARBON 00 5% /4W R CARBON 00 5% /4W R CARBON 00 5% /4W R CARBON 00 5% /4W R CARBON 00 5% /4W R CARBON 00 5% /4W R CARBON 560K 5% /W R RES-CHIP 0K 5% /0W R RES-CHIP K 5% /0W R RES-CHIP 7K 5% /0W R RES-CHIP K 5% /0W R CARBON.K 5% /4W R CARBON 4.7K 5% /4W VARIABLE RESISTOR RV RES, ADJ, CARBON 47K RV RES, ADJ, METAL FILM 0M ACCESSORIES AND PACKING ANTENNA, TELESCOPIC (KV-5FS00 ONLY) CONVERTER (EAC-5) (KV-5FS00 ONLY) * BAG, PROTECTION MANUAL, INSTRUCTION (KV-4FS00 ONLY) MANUAL, INSTRUCTION (KV-4FS00 (CND) ONLY) MANUAL, INSTRUCTION (KV-5FS00 ONLY) * CARTON * CUSHION, UPPER * CUSHION, LOWER REMOTE COMMANDERS REMOTE COMMANDER (RM-Y7) COVER, BATTERY (FOR RM-Y7) Sony Corporation Sony Technology Center Technical Services Service Promotion Department 5 English 00EJ74WEB- Printed in USA 00.5

53 9V 0V 5V SCL SDA AS RF AGC VIF 9V AFT OUT GND DET OUT DET OUT ST IND SAP IND MODE F MONO NC MUTE NC R OUT L OUT VSS R L V C04 R08 R070 D509 MTZJ-T-77-.B R08 k L007 R55 R094 Q005 R095 D045 MTZJ-T-77-0B X-IN X-OUT VSS-MCU VCC-5V D044 MTZJ-T-77-0B FILT HLF VHOLD C D6 C0 0. D4 RD9.EW-T 0 0 k SB709A-QRS-TX HSYNCH SEP 0UH CV-IN 0UH RESET VSS-DIG VCC-.V DCT_FILTER MONITOR-VIDEO-OUT 0 MAIN-TV-IN VCC-.V Y-IN C-IN GND-YC VRT I-BINT O-NS O-VOL O-SAP O-DGC O-MUTE I-SAP I-STEREO O-SCLK O-BCLK IO-BDAT ABL-ACLIN IK-AKBIN H-OUT EW-OUT HVCO VD+VRAMP VD-VRAMP V-RAMPC VCC-.V AFC IC00 M4C6-MN6T(A) MEMORY Q0 SB709A IK BUFFER 9V 0V 5V SCL SDA AS FR AGC 9V AFTOUT GND DEEMOUT MUTE DET OUT RD9.EW-T S-VID Y-IN Y-IN TV-VID VID- NC VIDEO-IN VIDEO-IN VRB IO-SDAT FBP-IN EW-C U-IN Y 9V LINE IK N/S B G GND GND B-INT B-DAT B-CLK V GND U GND V V GND U Y GND V.V GND HD OUT 9V ABL HD IN GND R VM U-IN Y-IN V-IN U-IN C-IN A BOARD SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM A TO M BOARD CN0 CN0 9P TO CV BOARD CN75 MONO CN0 6P CN00 4P FOR JIG CN00 6P CN0 6P B C STEREO TP00 6.V RF-AGC C074 0 C L0 L008 R08 00 R07 00 C L00 R0 4.7k R608 5k Q009 SD60A AGC TU0 R09 4.7k R 4.7k R05 0 R0 0k C0 0. 6V C V R0 0 TV-L R00 47k R09.k R09 0 C V-IN Y-IN R k TV-L VID- +9V VIDEO R k C04 0 V-IN C6 0p VID- C60 0p Y-IN J06 P VIDEO REAR D5 RD9.EW-T R60 U-IN R06 R VID- Y-IN V-IN R6 00 R0 00k C0 0. 6V D0 MTZJT77-9.B D00 MTZJ-T-77-9.B VIDEO R0 00k C0 0. 6V V-R VID- V-L RD9 D E F TP60 9V D60 MTZJ-T-77-0D TP60 5V C L009 C66 00 C R V D650 MTZJ-T C Q650 SD9 5V REG C D00 LNK000G R0 k /6W R098 k C R 560 R0 0 C STBY 5V C08 0. R08 50k R0 47k TV-R TV-VID R 470 C 0p C TV-VID Q06 SB709A-QRS-TX BUFFER CH Q004 SD60A-QRS-TX BUFFER C05 0 R085 0 R R 00 R086 k /6W R TV-R R k R090 k R C049.0 R09 47k R05 00 Q008 SD60A BUFFER R09 47k C p R08 k /6W R09 0 /0W D559 MA-TX D558 MA-TX R04 4.7k R k Q00 SD60A-QRS-TX CONVERGENCE R00 0 C V R07 47k /6W C5 470p R90 0 C509 5V C V B D5 MTZJ-T-77-.B Q90 SD60A SW D90 R9 560 /6W R9.k /6W R86 0 R5 0k /6W MA-TX R9 4.7k /6W R94 0k /6W C V B:B R5 470k R57.k C Q9 SD60A SW C V 8 R C0 0.0 R04 0 STBY 5V C55.0 R4 0k R 6.8k R54 6.8k R 0 R 0 JW Y-IN R06 4.7k +.V JW R05 47k TV V- R08 M C05 0p Q006 SD60A-QRS-TX HP PROTECT R054 k R555 0k R04 JW(7.5)MM R0 0 JW C C55 0 C V G H I AC IN CN600 P AC IN AC IN IC004 SBX08-7 SIRCS R07 4.7k R07 6.8k S006 R07.5k MENU_BUTTONS R069 R067.k 80 S005 S004 FRONT_BUTTONS S007 R074 R075.k 6.8k R S00 S00 S008 R080 C054 0k /6W R05 k D00 MTZJ-T-77-0B S00 MAIN POWER R08 47k R06 4.7k Y-IN C R k D004 MTZJ-T-77-0B R 4.7k R056 0k R k /6W 5V R049 R k 4.7k R057 R060 0 D005 MTZJ-T-77-0B C00 0p R00 0 k R05 R059 R07 0k R047 R05 R C V B k k 0 R0 C V B R06 0k 0 R058 0k 0 D006 MTZJ-T-77-5.C X00 CRYSTAL O-HSYNC O-RELAY O-SEL O-SEL0 I-AFT I-SIRCS I-PWR I-HLDWN I-KEY I-MENU C00 p CHIP 64 O-AGCMUTE O-MONO I-HSYNC I-PROT O-LED 6 O-MAGABASS C B R00 C B R C C IC00 M6558MF-00FP MICRO/Y-C-J/COMB 6 R C JR C09 0. C XTAL-PAL-N XTAL-PAL-M 5 4 XTAL-NTSC GND-DEF B-OUT VCC-.V G-OUT GND-OUT R-OUT VCC-.V VM-OUT VZOUT V-IN U-IN Y-IN C0 0. VID- APC C B R4.7k /6W R7 C6 M C R7 8 C C7 6 p R7 R70.k.k 5 L006 4 C C L005 C V 0 EMI C L60 C00 C C V 6 L6 U-IN 5 C06 C V 6V C6 R k C04 0. R05 75 C X0 CRYSTAL Q00 SD60A VM OUT R0 k CHIP R50 C50 JW(5.0mm) VID R50. W C Q5 SC

54 L V TV-L R L V SW D505 BY8 VA SPKL+ GND STANBY IN-L GND IN-R VC SPKL- SPKR- GND SPKR+ KV-4FS00/5FS D7 RD9.EW-T Y-IN AUDIO OUT VAR/FIX R479 k R D44 MTZJ-T B C V VIDEO J0 J0 P P D- -L D RD9.EW-T D RD9.EW-T C-IN R7 75 J00 S VIDEO 4P C 00 C 6V 00 6V R8 JW(5.0MM) R46 0 Q400 SD60A MUTE R40 R7 0 JW(5.0MM) R45 0 R406 R Q40 SD60A MUTE D4 MA-TX Q4 SD60A-QRS-TX MUTE D4 0 R 47k R478 0k YUV-R R0 00k R 00k C07 C06 D MTZJ-T-77-9.B D04 MTZJ-T-77-9.B YUV-L V-R R07 00k D0 MTZJ-T-77-9.B R09 47k V-L C V C V R08 47k R06 00k VID- D0 MTZJ-T-77-9.B R04 47k R 47k R6 75 R40 0 STEREO IC40 NJM750M-TE AUDIO SW R50 0 LINE B V-L TV-L GND IN-L S L-OUT V-L V+ V-L R05 47k S YUV-L V-L VRET TV-R TV-R R-OUT C44 IN-R V-R NC V-R YUV-R V-R V-R IC404 AN780A AUDIO AMP YUV-R R498 0 LINE A AUDIO VCC C C V R46 47k PS40 R k R464 47k C V OUT-L OUT-R CN40 4P SP R+ SP R- D40 MA-TX C499 R499.k /6W R4 0 R5 0 C V R455 k C SP L- SP L+ R5 R7 0 0 R9 0 R0.k Q0 SB709A-QS-TX BUFFER R8.k R6.k R560 k /6W Q05 SB709A-QS-TX BUFFER Q04 SB709A-QS-TX BUFFER Q578 SD60A SW C498 D508 MA-TX Q4 SD60A-QRS-TX MUTE SW R494 0k R48 k R47 4.7k IN-L C D48 MA-TX D45 MTZN-T-77-0B R R45 0k IN-R R456 k R46 0 R458 k C V R578 0k R457 k R R C R488 k Q45 SB709A MUTE SW R R Q404 SD60A MUTE C V R46.k R46.k R C Q405 SD60A MUTE R487 k C44 R C440 0 OUT-L OUT-R R OUT-L JW40 0MM J40 HP CN55 6P HDY+ HDY+ HDY- HDY- VDY- VDY+ H.DY H.DY V.DY V.DY R50.k W C Q50 SC09LK 4 Q505 SD64-YB H OUT 0 C p k C p.k C508 C kv C V C V R50 k /W L5 0mH C V L55.mH C V R5 W SW55 C V R5 JW(7.5MM) R54 68 R55 68 W D55 GP08DPKG D54 GP08DPKG CN585 6P GND VD+

55 J K L M N O I O G I O G EMI EMI EMI EMI 4 S S 4 5 I O G R6 R68 VDR600 C007 C590 C66 C60 C64 C6 C68 C64 C64 C665 D589 D68 D69 D6 FB60 FB604 L606 L607 L609 R540 R57 R57 R59 R604 R64 R65 R69 R60 R67 R69 R60 R6 R640 R660 R670 F60 R60 R699 T60 D6 R66 C648 D68 C008 C09 D050 C09 FB60 C65 C649 R667 D50 R507 C0 C04 D05 D05 R65 R600 RY50 D56 JW550 JW55 JW55 JW55 THP50 R00 C05 R006 L00 D0 C09 C0 R609 C690 C647 R60 C67 FB66 FB67 L608 FL00 FB60 R595 L00 L004 R6 JW606 C00 C004 C6 C59 JW605 R004 R5 R557 R589 R590 R60 R64 R687 R85 R647 C68 C680 R54 R54 RY600 D60 C6 R606 R605 C6 R607 C650 C65 R67 R54 D6 C67 D64 C68 R099 IC6 R5 IC608 IC604 R508 FB606 FB65 FB605 FB68 R00 R59 R680 IC600 Q50 D605 PH60 R68 IC00 Q5 Q57 Q57 Q590 Q608 CN50 T60 D64 Q604 R50 R658 R659 R59 R59 R668 R0 R05 C C50 C00 C0 C65 C600 IC565 D65 L508 L57 C005 C006 C0 C090 C C54 C54 C609 C6 C64 C65 C69 C6 C64 C645 IC60 R66 R67 C009 C5 C60 C640 C66 C50 C65 R56 R5 D6 C C0 C6 C69 C605 C606 C60 C60 R54 Q600 R0 C5 T60 R6 Q60 R57 C56 R594 C67 R55 R50 R5 D6 D6 D00 D p :B CHIP 0 60V SST-77 0k 4.7k 4.7k 0.47.k k 0k 0k 00 k 0k 0k D5LC0U MA-TX SST-77) 4.7 0k 0k CRYSTAL SST-77) 470.M /W k 0. B 4.7k RD9.EW-T B MA-TX SST-77 UF4005PKG 0UH 0UH 0UH 9.k /6W 470 6V 0.0 5V B 47 5V MTZJ-T B k /6W. W.UH.UH 0UH 470k 0. 6V B MTZJ-T-77-B DNL0U-TA k /6W 0p kv R 0p kv R p 47p CHIP k 470k 0k k 50 /6W 470k /W 470k /W 00p 50V 00p 50V 0k.5 W SS k 0k. M 000 5V 000 5V 0. W 5k ELZ-V 0 00V ELZ-V 0 00V JW(5.0MM) BA0T.V REG JW(5.0MM) BA05T STBY 5V REG DM-58 ERROR AMP JW(7.5MM) JW(5.0MM) JW(5.0MM) JW(5.0MM) JW(5.0MM) MCZ00D SW REG CON SCA-QRSTA DGC DRIVER D4SB60L-F AC RECT PCFY PHOTOCOUPLER JW(5.0MM) PST94NL STBY 5V RESET SC H DR SB709A SW SD60A SW SA09TPE PROTECT SD44S RELAY DRIVE P EZ050AV SB709A V REG 4.7k k 0k.k 75 0k 0.00 B 0. 0p B NJM90M-TE VERT DRIVE BUFF MA7D50 JW(5.0mm) JW(5.0mm) 0.00 B : :B CHIP NJM95F09 9V REG k k 0p 560p 0p 0p k /0W JW(5.0MM) V V 00p 50V 00p 50V V V 8.k SK640-0MR-F SW REG OUT V k /6W SK640-0MR-F SW REG OUT 80k 0.00.k 000p 800V 5.6k 4.7k /6W 0k MTZJ-T B DSB60A-F04 AC RECT TP604.V TP60 V * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * DRIVE AC IN VSENSE F/B CT RT GND TIMER VD NC VS NC VG(H) VB SS VG(L) VC OCP VC P-GND DGC DGC DGC DGC TV-V Y-IN VI VID- C-IN C-IN VID- VID- Y-IN TV-VID STBY 5V STBY 5V +.V +5V 8

56 HV FV SV C544 C545 C546 C56 C566 C58 C589 C594 C597 D5 D569 D587 FB505 R545 R546 R566 R567 R568 R58 R58 D545 C504 C595 L55 R50 R5 R55 D58 FB5 C55 C56 R504 R570 R569 R56 R574 R565 C56 R56 R56 D55 D56 L588 R597 C505 C57 R56 R575 R584 R596 R598 R850 R588 C55 C588 R547 R54 R54 R586 IC56 Q5 Q5 Q50 R505 D568 D567 D566 D56 R587 JW585 R5 C5 T505 C59 L55 C57 C5 C56 C508 C54 C56 L56 R55 D506 T50 T5 IC545 R549 R548 R54 T585 D596 D598 R585 R564 R59 R58 R BY MTZJ-T-77-5.C.UH k 60 00k 0.47 GP08DPKG 80p 0.mH 47 SST.UH 00p 0p 5.6k 0k 0k k 0k 0k 0.0 0k 0k SST-77 RGP0GPKG 0k /6W 680 /6W 47k W 0k RGP0GPKG 680p 00 0k 4.7 k k W V V 0k 0k.5 W.k NJM90M-TE V HOLD CNTRL 5C PIN DRIVE KTC470A PIN OUT SC09LK H DRIVE JW(7.5MM) MTZJ-T-77-8.B HOLD DOWN SST77 TEMP CORR EGP0DPKG PROTECT JW(5MM) MM 0 47p CH mH V V k /W H OUT V V 68 W RU4AM-T TDA87 V OUT 47k 8.k /6W 8.k FBT RGP5GPKG RGP5GPKG 5k 8k /6W 5k /6W 90 JW(7.5MM) DRIVE- VCC+ REF VCC- OUT BOOST DRIVE+ 00V NC HEATER VD+ HEATER +B HV G FOC GND TUNING CONTROL Y/C/J POWER SUPPLY TUNER/IF AUDIO MTS TO CV BOARD CN75 DEFLECTION +9V B BA6-98-A

57 Connecting Additional Equipment Operating Instructions KV-FS00 KV-FS0 KV-0FS00 KV-4FS00 00 by Sony Corporation

58 Connecting Additional Equipment WARNING To reduce the risk of fire or electric shock, do not expose the TV to rain or moisture. CAUTION RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK DO NOT OPEN ATTENTION RISQUE DE CHOC ELECTRIQUE, NE PAS OUVRIR PRECAUCION RIESGO DE CHOQUE ELECTRICO NO ABRIR CAUTION: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT REMOVE COVER (OR BACK). NO USER-SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE. REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL. This symbol is intended to alert the user to the presence of uninsulated dangerous voltage within the product s enclosure that may be of sufficient magnitude to constitute a risk of electric shock to persons. This symbol is intended to alert the user to the presence of important operating and maintenance (servicing) instructions in the literature accompanying the appliance. Note to the CATV Installer This reminder is provided to call the CATV system installer s attention to Article of the NEC that provides guidelines for proper grounding and, in particular, specifies that the cable ground shall be connected to the grounding system of the building as close to the point of cable entry as practical. SAFETY PRECAUTIONS Operate the TV only on 0 V AC. One blade of the power plug is wider than the other for safety purposes and will fit into the power outlet only one way. If you are unable to insert the plug fully into the outlet, contact your dealer. If any liquid or solid object falls into the TV, unplug it and have it checked by qualified personnel before operating it further. CAUTION When using TV games, computers, and similar products with your TV, keep the brightness and contrast functions at low settings. If a fixed (non-moving) pattern is left on the screen for long periods of time at a high brightness or contrast setting, the image can be permanently imprinted onto the screen. Continuously watching the same channel can cause the imprint of station logos onto the TV screen. These types of imprints are not covered by your warranty because they are the results of misuse. To reduce the risk of electric shock, do not use this polarized plug with an extension cord, receptacle, or other outlet unless the blades can be fully inserted to prevent blade exposure.

59 User Guide You are cautioned that any changes or modifications not expressly approved in this manual could void your authority to operate this equipment. NOTIFICATION This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device pursuant to Part 5 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference with radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures: Reorient or relocate the receiving antennas. Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver. Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected. Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/tv technician for help. Protecting the TV To prevent internal heat build-up, do not block the ventilation openings. Do not install the TV in a hot or humid place, or in a place subject to excessive dust or mechanical vibration. Note on Caption Vision This television receiver provides display of television closed captioning in accordance with 5.9 of the FCC rules. Use of this television for other than private viewing of programs broadcast on UHF or VHF or transmitted by cable companies for the use of the general public may require authorization from the broadcaster-cable company and/or program owner. Owner s Record The model and serial numbers are located on the front cover of this manual and at the rear of your TV. Trademarks and Copyrights ENERGY STAR is a registered mark. As an ENERGY STAR Partner, Sony has determined that this product or product model meets the ENERGY STAR guidelines for energy efficiency.

60 Connecting Additional Equipment IMPORTANT SAFEGUARDS For your protection, please read these instructions completely, and keep this manual for future reference. Carefully observe and comply with all warnings, cautions and instructions placed on the set, or described in the operating instructions or service manual. WARNING To guard against injury, the following basic safety precautions should be observed in the installation, use, and servicing of the set. Use Power Sources This set should be operated only from the type of power source indicated on the serial/ model plate. If you are not sure of the type of electrical power supplied to your home, consult your dealer or local power company. For those sets designed to operate from battery power, refer to the operating instructions. For the set with a polarized AC power cord plug This plug will fit into the power outlet only one way. This is a safety feature. If you are unable to insert the plug fully into the outlet, try reversing the plug. If the plug still fails to fit, contact your electrician to have a suitable outlet installed. Do not defeat the safety purpose of the polarized plug by forcing it in. Grounding or Polarization This set is equipped with a polarized AC power cord plug (a plug having one blade wider than the other), or with a three-wire grounding type plug (a plug having a third pin for grounding). Refer to the following instructions: Alternate Warning For the set with a three-wire grounding type AC plug This plug will only fit into a grounding-type power outlet. This is a safety feature. If you are unable to insert the plug into the outlet, contact your electrician to have a suitable outlet installed. Do not defeat the safety purpose of the grounding plug.

61 User Guide Overloading Do not overload wall outlets, extension cords or convenience receptacles beyond their capacity, since this can result in fire or electric shock. Always turn the set off when it is not to be used. When the set is left unattended and unused for long periods of time, unplug it from the wall outlet as a precaution against the possibility of an internal malfunction that could create a fire hazard. Do not place any objects, especially heavy objects, on top of the set. The object may fall from the set, causing injury. Cleaning Unplug the set from the wall outlet before cleaning or polishing it. Do not use liquid cleaners or aerosol cleaners. Use a cloth lightly dampened with water for cleaning the exterior of the set. Do not disconnect the antenna or the power cord during a heavy storm. Lightning may strike while you are holding the cable or cord, causing serious injury. Turn off your TV and wait for the weather to improve. Object and Liquid Entry Never push objects of any kind into the set through the cabinet slots as they may touch dangerous voltage points or short out parts that could result in a fire or electric shock. Never spill liquid of any kind on the set. Attachments Do not use attachments not recommended by the manufacturer, as they may cause hazards. If a snapping or popping sound from a TV set is continuous or frequent while the TV is operating, unplug the TV and consult your dealer or service technician. It is normal for some TV sets to make occasional snapping or popping sounds, particularly when being turned on or off. Installation Always use two or more people to lift or move the set. The set is heavy and the bottom surface is flat. Serious injury can result from trying to move the set by yourself alone, or from unsteady handling. Install the set on a stable, level surface. Water and Moisture Do not use power-line operated sets near water for example, near a bathtub, washbowl, kitchen sink, or laundry tub, in a wet basement, or near a swimming pool, etc.

62 Connecting Additional Equipment Accessories Do not place the set on an unstable cart, stand, tripod, bracket, table, or shelf. The set may fall, causing serious injury to a child or an adult, and serious damage to the set. Use only a cart or stand recommended by the manufacturer for the specific model of TV. Any mounting of the product should follow the manufacturer s instructions, and should use a mounting accessory recommended by the manufacturer. An appliance and cart combination should be moved with care. Quick stops, excessive force, and uneven surfaces may cause the appliance and cart combination to overturn. Disconnect all cables and cords from the set before attempting to move the set. Never block the slots and openings by placing the set on a bed, sofa, rug or other similar surface. Never place the set in a confined space, such as a bookcase or built-in cabinet, unless proper ventilation is provided. Do not place the set near or over a radiator or heat register, or where it is exposed to direct sunlight. Do not allow children or pets to climb up onto, or push against, the set. The set may fall, causing serious injury. Ventilation The slots and openings in the cabinet and in the back or bottom are provided for necessary ventilation. To ensure reliable operation of the set, and to protect it from overheating, these slots and openings must never be blocked or covered. Never cover the slots and openings with a cloth or other materials. Power-Cord Protection Do not allow anything to rest on or roll over the power cord, and do not place the set where the power cord is subject to wear or abuse.

63 User Guide Grounding or Polarization This set may be equipped with a polarized alternating current line plug (a plug having one blade wider than other). This plug will fit into the power outlet only one way. This is a safety feature. If you are unable to insert the plug fully into the outlet, try reversing the plug. If the plug still fails to fit, contact your electrician to replace your obsolete outlet. Do not defeat the safety purpose of the polarized plug. Antennas Outdoor Antenna Grounding If an outdoor antenna is installed, follow the precautions below. An outdoor antenna system should not be located in the vicinity of overhead power lines or other electric light or power circuits, or where it can come in contact with such power lines or circuits. WHEN INSTALLING AN OUTDOOR ANTENNA SYSTEM, EXTREME CARE SHOULD BE TAKEN TO KEEP FROM CONTACTING SUCH POWER LINES OR CIRCUITS AS CONTACT WITH THEM IS ALMOST INVARIABLY FATAL. Be sure the antenna system is grounded so as to provide some protection against voltage surges and built-up static charges. Section 80 of the National Electrical Code (NEC) in USA and Section 54 of the Canadian Electrical Code in Canada provides information with respect to proper grounding of the mast and supporting structure, grounding of the lead-in wire to an antenna discharge unit, size of grounding conductors, location of antenna discharge unit, connection to grounding electrodes, and requirements for the grounding electrode. Antenna Grounding According to the NEC Antenna Grounding According to the National Electrical Code, ANSI/NFPA 70. GROUND CLAMP ANTENNA LEAD IN WIRE ELECTRIC SERVICE EQUIPMENT NEC - NATIONAL ELECTRIC CODE ANTENNA DISCHARGE UNIT (NEC SECTION 80-0) GROUNDING CONDUCTORS (NEC SECTION 80-) GROUND CLAMPS POWER SERVICE GROUNDING ELECTRODE SYSTEM (NEC ARTICLE 50, PART H) Lightning For added protection for this television receiver during a lightning storm, or when it is left unattended and unused for long periods of time, unplug it from the wall outlet and disconnect the antenna. This will prevent damage to the receiver due to lightning and powerline surges.

64 Connecting Additional Equipment Service Damage Requiring Service Unplug the set from the wall outlet and refer servicing to qualified service personnel under the following conditions: When the power cord or plug is damaged or frayed. When the set exhibits a distinct change in performance this indicates a need for service. Servicing Do not attempt to service the set yourself since opening the cabinet may expose you to dangerous voltage or other hazards. Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel. If liquid has been spilled into the set or objects have fallen into the product. If the set has been exposed to rain or water. Replacement Parts When replacement parts are required, be sure the service technician certifies in writing that he has used replacement parts specified by the manufacturer that have the same characteristics as the original parts. Unauthorized substitutions may result in fire, electric shock, or other hazards. If the set has been subject to excessive shock by being dropped, or the cabinet has been damaged. If the set does not operate normally when following the operating instructions. Adjust only those controls that are specified in the operating instructions. Improper adjustment of other controls may result in damage and will often require extensive work by a qualified technician to restore the set to normal operation. Safety Check Upon completion of any service or repairs to the set, ask the service technician to perform routine safety checks (as specified by the manufacturer) to determine that the set is in safe operating condition, and to so certify. When the set reaches the end of its useful life, improper disposal could result in a picture tube implosion. Ask a qualified service technician to dispose of the set.

65 Contents Introduction Introducing the FD Trinitron WEGA Features... Batteries for the Remote Control... About this Manual... Front Panel Menu Controls... Connecting Your TV TV Rear Panel... Basic Connections...4 Connecting Additional Equipment...5 Using the Remote Control and Basic Functions Using the Remote Control... Setting Up the TV Automatically...4 Quick Start to the Menus...5 Using the Menus To Access a Menu...7 Using the Video Menu...8 Using the Audio Menu...9 Using the Channel Setup Menu...0 Parental Control... Using the Parental Control Menu...5 Using the Timer Menu...8 Using the Setup Menu...9 Other Information Troubleshooting... Specifications... Index...5

66 Introduction Congratulations on your purchase of the Sony FD Trinitron WEGA. Before you begin using this manual, please check the model number located on the rear of your TV or on the front cover of this manual. Introducing the FD Trinitron WEGA Features Some of the features you will enjoy include: FD Trinitron FLAT CRT Technologically advanced tube delivers a picture with uncompromising accuracy and outstanding image detail. Y, PB, PR Inputs A component video input connection for a superior picture quality. Parental Control (V-Chip) A tool to help parents monitor what their children watch on TV by establishing rating limits. Favorite Channels Instant access to your favorite channels with the touch of a button. Energy Star A recognized symbol of energy efficiency. Direct MTS Allows direct access for changing your Multi-Channel TV Sound: Stereo, Mono, or Auto SAP (Second Audio Program) with the touch of a button. Trilingual Menus Choose between English, French, or Spanish menus. Front Panel Controls Allows access to the on-screen menus without the use of a remote control. Front A/V Inputs A quick connection for video games, camcorders, stereo/mono equipment, or headphones. Auto Mute A friendly feature designed to automatically mute your TV when no signal is received.

67 Operating Instructions Batteries for the Remote Control Insert two AA (R6) batteries (supplied) into the remote control using the following illustration as a guide. Under normal conditions, batteries will last up to six months. If the remote control does not operate properly, the batteries might be worn out. If you will not be using the remote control for an extended period of time, remove the batteries to avoid possible damage from battery leakage. About this Manual This manual provides instructions to help you enjoy your new TV. It shows you how to connect to an antenna or cable, cable box, VCR, DVD, satellite receiver, stereo system, or camcorder. Once you re connected, follow the instructions and use the remote control to access the on-screen menus. The TV front and rear panels illustrated in this manual are for KV-4FS00. The front and rear panels on your TV may not look exactly like those illustrated. Front Panel Menu Controls F F The front Audio/Video panel controls allows you to access the menu without the remote control. Press to display the on-screen menu. Use the and buttons on the front Audio/Video panel instead of the F and f buttons on the remote control. Use the button on the front Audio/Video panel instead of the G, g, and buttons on the remote control. Press again when the setting or adjustment is complete. To navigate the menus with your remote control, see Using the Menus on page 7.

68 Connecting Your TV Read this section before setting up your TV for the first time. This section covers basic connections in addition to any optional equipment you may be connecting. TV Rear Panel 4 Jack Description S VIDEO Connects to the S VIDEO OUT jack on your VCR or other video equipment that has S VIDEO. S VIDEO provides better picture quality than the VHF/UHF jacks or the video input jack. S VIDEO does not provide sound; the audio cables must still be connected. VHF/UHF Connects to your VHF/UHF antenna or cable. VIDEO/ AUDIO (L/R) 4 Y, PB, PR/ L, R Connects to the AUDIO and VIDEO output jacks on your VCR or other video equipment. A second video input jack (VIDEO ) is located on the front panel of the TV. These AUDIO/VIDEO input jacks provide better picture quality than the VHF/UHF jack. Connects to the component video Y, PB, PR to AUDIO L and R output jacks on your DVD player or Digital Set-top box. The rear panels illustrated in this manual are for KV-4FS00. The rear panels on your TV may not look exactly like those illustrated.

69 Operating Instructions Basic Connections TV with indoor or outdoor antenna, or CATV cable Depending on the cable available in your home, choose one of the connections below: If you are connecting to an indoor or outdoor antenna, you may need to adjust the orientation of the antenna for best reception. 4

70 Connecting Your TV Connecting Additional Equipment TV and VCR Rear of TV VCR From cable/ antenna Video (yellow) Audio L (white) Audio R (red) Optional connection To watch video programs from your VCR, tune your TV to channel or 4 (as set on the rear of your VCR). Connect the coaxial cable from your TV antenna or cable service to the IN jack on your VCR. Connect a coaxial cable (not supplied) from the OUT jack on your VCR to the VHF/UHF jack on the TV. Optional connection If your VCR is equipped with video outputs, you can get better picture quality by connecting Audio/Video cables (not supplied) from AUDIO and VIDEO OUT on your VCR to AUDIO/VIDEO IN on your TV. You can use the button to switch between the VHF/UHF and VIDEO inputs. For better picture quality, use S VIDEO instead of the yellow Audio/ Video cable. S VIDEO does not provide sound; the audio cables must still be connected. 5

71 Operating Instructions TV and Cable Box From cable Cable Box Coaxial Cable Rear of TV Connect the coaxial cable from your cable service to the IN jack on your cable box. Connect a coaxial cable (not supplied) from the OUT jack on your cable box to the VHF/UHF jack on the TV. To view channels from your cable box, tune your TV to channel or 4 (as set on the rear panel of your cable box) and use the cable box s remote control to change channels. If you will be controlling all channel selection through your cable box, you should consider using the Channel Fix feature by setting your TV to channnel or 4 (see page 0). 6

72 Connecting Your TV TV, VCR, and Cable Box Rear of TV VCR Cable Box Video (yellow) Audio L (white) Audio R (red) From cable Optional connection Connect the coaxial cable from your cable service to the IN jack on your cable box. Connect a coaxial cable (not supplied) from the OUT jack on your cable box to the IN jack on your VCR. Connect a coaxial cable (not supplied) from the OUT jack on your VCR to the VHF/UHF jack on the TV. If you will be controlling all channel selection through your cable box, you should consider using the Channel Fix feature by setting your TV to channel or 4 (see page 0). Optional connection If your VCR is equipped with video outputs, you can get better picture quality by connecting Audio/Video cables (not supplied) from AUDIO and VIDEO OUT on your VCR to AUDIO/VIDEO IN on your TV. You can use the button to switch between the VHF/UHF and VIDEO inputs. For better picture quality, use S VIDEO instead of the yellow Audio/ Video cable. S VIDEO does not provide sound; the audio cables must still be connected. 7

73 Operating Instructions TV and Satellite Receiver From cable/ antenna Rear of TV Satellite Receiver Satellite antenna cable Video (yellow) Audio L (white) Audio R (red) Connect the cable from your satellite antenna to SATELLITE IN on your satellite receiver. Connect the coaxial cable from your cable service or antenna to the VHF/UHF jack on your TV. Using Audio/Video cables (not supplied), connect AUDIO and VIDEO OUT on your satellite receiver to AUDIO and VIDEO IN on your TV. You can use the button to switch between the VHF/UHF and VIDEO inputs. For better picture quality, use S VIDEO instead of the yellow Audio/ Video cable. S VIDEO does not provide sound; the audio cables must still be connected. 8

74 Connecting Your TV TV, Satellite Receiver, and VCR Satellite antenna cable 4 From cable/ antenna Rear of TV VCR Satellite Receiver 5 Video (yellow) Audio L (white) Audio R (red) Connect the cable from your satellite antenna to SATELLITE IN on the satellite receiver. Connect the coaxial cable from your cable service or antenna to the IN jack on your VCR. Using a coaxial cable (not supplied), connect the OUT jack on your VCR to the VHF/UHF jack on your TV. 4 Using Audio/Video cables (not supplied), connect AUDIO and VIDEO OUT on your satellite receiver to AUDIO and VIDEO IN on your VCR. 5 Using Audio/Video cables (not supplied), connect AUDIO and VIDEO OUT on your VCR to AUDIO and VIDEO IN on your TV. To view from the satellite receiver or VCR, select the video input to which your satellite receiver or VCR is connected by pressing on the remote control. 9

75 Operating Instructions Connecting a DVD Player Using Audio/Video cables (not supplied), connect AUDIO and VIDEO OUT on your DVD player to AUDIO and VIDEO IN on your TV. Rear of TV Rear of DVD Player Video (yellow) Audio L (white) Audio R (red) For better picture quality, use S VIDEO instead of the yellow Audio/ Video cable. S VIDEO does not provide sound; the audio cables must still be connected. Optional connection If your DVD player is equipped with component video outputs (Y, PB, PR), you can optimize the picture quality by using component video cables. Rear of TV Rear of DVD Player Y (black and white) PB (blue) PR (red) Audio L (white) Audio R (red) Using component video cables (not supplied), connect the Y, PB, PR OUT on your DVD player to Y, PB, PR IN on your TV. Connect AUDIO OUT on your DVD player to AUDIO IN on your TV. The Y, PB, PR outputs on your DVD player are sometimes labeled Y, CB, and CR or Y, B-Y, and R-Y. If so, connect the cables to like colors. 0

76 Connecting Your TV Connecting a Camcorder Using Audio/Video cables (not supplied), connect AUDIO and VIDEO OUT on your camcorder to AUDIO and VIDEO IN on your TV. Front A/V Panel F F A/V output Audio R (red) Audio L (white) Video (yellow) Connecting Headphones Connect the headphones to the jack on the front of your TV. Headphone jack is STEREO. Front A/V Panel

77 Using the Remote Control and Basic Functions This section shows you how to use the buttons on the remote control and how to navigate the on-screen menus. MUTING SLEEP POWER 8 MTS/SAP DISPLAY TV/VIDEO JUMP 0 VOL CH ENTER 0 qz 5 qs 6 RESET MENU qd 7 RM-Y7 TV

78 Using the Remote Control and Basic Functions Using the Remote Control Button Description MUTING Instantly turns off the sound. Press again or press to restore the sound. SLEEP Turns the TV off automatically in approximately 5, 0, 45, 60, or 90 minutes. Cancel by pressing until SLEEP OFF appears. MTS/SAP Cycles through the Multi-channel TV Sound (MTS) options: Stereo, Mono, and Auto SAP (Second Audio Program). 4 JUMP Press to jump back and forth between two channels. The TV alternates between current channel and the last channel that was selected. 5 VOL (volume) Press when you want to adjust the volume. 6 RESET Press to return to factory settings while in an on-screen menu. 7 Moves the cursor in the on-screen menus. Press the arrow buttons to move the cursor, then press the center button to select or access an option. 8 POWER Press when you want to turn the TV on or off. 9 TV/VIDEO Cycles through available video inputs. 0 DISPLAY Press to display the current time (if set) and channel number. Press again to turn DISPLAY off. qa 0 9 and ENTER Change the channels directly. Press 0 9 buttons to select a channel, then press ENTER. qs CH (channel) Press when you want to change channels. qd MENU If you lose your remote control, see page. Displays the on-screen menu. Press again to exit the menu at any time.

79 Operating Instructions Setting Up the TV Automatically After you have finished connecting your TV, you can perform Auto Program to set up your channels. Press to turn on the TV. The Initial Setup screen appears. Initial Setup First please connect cable / antenna Auto Program Exit [CH+] [CH ] Press on the remote control or on the TV front panel to perform Auto Program, or press to exit. The Initial Setup screen appears each time you turn on the TV until you perform Auto Program. To perform Auto Program again Press. Press g to highlight Channel Setup ( ). Press f to highlight Cable. Press to select. 4 Press F or f to select On or Off according to how you connected your TV. Press. 5 Press f to highlight Auto Program. Press to search for channels. After performing Auto Program, press to exit. 4

80 Using the Remote Control and Basic Functions Quick Start to the Menus The following settings are available in your on-screen menus: Menu Allows you to Make adjustments to your picture settings. Video Picture Controls Color Temp. : Neutral VM : Low Move Select End Change your audio settings. Audio MTS : Stereo Move Select End Customize your channel settings. Channel Setup Favorite Channels Cable : On Channel Fix : Off Auto Program Channel Skip/Add Channel Label Move Select End Parental Control Set rating limits on your TV based on a program s rating or content. Password : Move Select End The menus shown in this manual are for KV-4FS00. Your menus may not look like those illustrated. 5

81 Operating Instructions Menu Timer Timer : Set Timer : Set Current Time Allows you to Set the clock on your TV and program scheduled viewing using Timer and Timer. Move Select End Setup Caption Vision : Off Video Label Tilt Correction Language : English Demo Select closed captioning options, label video inputs, adjust tilt correction, select menu languages, or run a demo of the menus. Move Select End 6

82 Using the Menus This section shows the options available for setting up and adjusting your TV. To Access a Menu Press to display the on-screen menu. Use the G or g buttons to highlight the desired menu, then press. Use the F or f buttons to highlight the desired option, then press. 4 Press to complete the adjustment or follow the instructions that will appear on your screen to activate the desired option. 5 Press to exit the menu. Press once to display the on-screen menu, and press again to return to normal viewing. If no buttons are pressed, the menu closes automatically after about 90 seconds. 7

83 Operating Instructions Using the Video Menu To access the Video menu, refer to the following steps: To Display MENU To Select Video Picture Controls Color Temp. : Neutral VM : Low Move Select End Picture Controls Color Temp. White color tint adjustment VM Velocity Modulation Press g to open Picture Controls menu: Picture: Press G to decrease the contrast. Press g to increase contrast. Brightness: Press G to darken the picture. Press g to brighten the picture. Color: Press G to decrease color saturation. Press g to increase color saturation. Hue: Press G to increase the red tones. Press g to increase the green tones. Sharpness: Press G to soften the picture. Press g to sharpen the picture. Use the F or f buttons to select from one of the following options: Cool: Gives the white colors a blue tint. Neutral: Gives the white colors a neutral tint. Warm: Gives the white colors a red tint. KV-0FS00 and KV-4FS00 only Sharpens picture definition to give objects a sharp, clean edge. Use the F or f buttons to select from one of the following options: Off, High, Low. 8

84 Using the Menus Using the Audio Menu To access the Audio menu, refer to the following steps: To Display To Highlight To Select MENU Audio MTS : Stereo Move Select End MTS Multi-Channel TV Sound Press Press F or f to select one of the following options: Stereo: Select when viewing a broadcast in stereo. Mono: Select to reduce noise in areas of poor reception. Auto SAP: Select to have the TV automatically switch to a Second Audio Program (SAP) when a signal is received. to access MTS settings (Stereo, Mono, Auto SAP) directly. If your TV is set to Auto SAP, some programs may be muted or distorted. If your TV does not output sound, change your Audio setting to Stereo or Mono. 9

85 Operating Instructions Using the Channel Setup Menu To access the Channel Setup menu, refer to the following steps: To Display To Highlight To Select MENU Channel Setup Favorite Channels Cable : On Channel Fix : Off Auto Program Channel Skip/Add Channel Label Move Select End Favorite Channels Quick access to favorite channels Press g to open the Favorite Channels menu: Use the F or f buttons to select the position (-5) where you want to set a favorite channel, then press. Using the F or f button, select the desired channel. Press to change to the channel selected. 4 Press G to return to the Channel Setup menu or press to exit. To use Favorite Channels: Exit all menus and press the desired channel number and press.. Press F or f to move the cursor to Cable On: Select if you are receiving cable channels with a CATV cable. Off: Select if you are using a TV antenna. After changing your cable settings, you will need to perform Auto Program. When Channel Fix is set, you will not be able to use your Cable settings. Channel Fix Auto Program -6: Select when you want to control all channel selection through a cable box or VCR. Select the appropriate channel (usually or 4) and use the cable box s or VCR s remote control for channel selection. Video : Select from available video inputs when you have connected video equipment (e.g. satellite receiver) and you want your TV fixed to it. Off: Channel Fix is not set. Press g to perform Auto Program. The TV will scan through all available channels and program receivable channels. 0

86 Using the Menus Channel Skip/Add Use this feature after you run Auto Program to skip unwanted channels or add new ones. Press g to open the Channel Skip/Add menu: Use the F or f buttons to select the position of the desired channel, then press. Use the F or f buttons to select Skip or Add, then press. Press G to return to the Channel Setup menu or press to exit. Pressing CH+ or CH- will skip over channels that have been skipped. You can still use the --9 buttons to directly tune to skipped channels. Channel Label Label up to 40 channels with their call letters Press g to open the Channel Label menu: Press, then press F or f until you reach the desired channel number. Press to activate the channel. Press, then use the F or f button to display the first call letter or number of the caption, then press to activate. to select it. When finished, press Favorite Channels, Cable, Channel Skip/Add, and Channel Label cannot be used when Channel Fix is set.

87 Operating Instructions Parental Control The Parental Control feature is designed to help parents monitor what their children watch on television. This section shows you the different rating systems available and how to set your TV s rating limit. Overview of the Ratings Once you have become familiar with these rating systems, you should be ready to set your TV s rating limit. Movie Rating (U.S. models only) This system defines the rating levels of movies shown in theaters and on prime cable channels. Rating G PG PG- R NC-7 X Defined as General audience Parental Guidance suggested Parents strongly cautioned Restricted No one 7 and under admitted Adult audience only Movie Rating G : PG : PG- : R : NC-7 : X : Press to block Move Return Select End MENU

88 Using the Menus TV Rating (U.S. models only) The TV rating is divided into two groups: age-based and content-based. Age TV Rating TV-Y: TV-Y7: TV-G: TV-PG: TV-4: TV-MA: FV D D L L L S S S V V V Press to block Move Return Select End MENU Content Age TV-Y TV-Y7 TV-G TV-PG TV-4 TV-MA Defined as All children Directed to older children General audience Parental Guidance suggested Parents strongly cautioned Mature Audience only Content FV D L S V Defined as Fantasy Violence Suggestive dialogue Strong language Sexual situations Violence The content ratings will increase depending on the level of the age-based rating. For example, a program with a TV-PG V (Violence) rating may contain moderate violence, while a TV-4 V (Violence) rating may contain intense violence. Unrated (U.S. models only) You have the option of blocking TV programs or movies that are not rated. Allow Block Allows all unrated programs Blocks all unrated programs Custom Rating Movie Rating TV Rating Unrated : Allow Choose a category Move Return Select End MENU If you choose to block unrated TV programs, please be aware that the following programs may be blocked: emergency broadcasts, political programs, sports, news, public service announcements, religious programs, and weather.

89 Operating Instructions English Rating (Canadian models only) These ratings are for Canadian programs that are broadcast in English. Rating Defined as C Children C8+ Children 8 years and older G General programming PG Parental Guidance 4+ Viewers 4 and older 8+ Adult programming English Rating C : C8+ : G : PG : 4+ : 8+ : Press to block Move Return Select End MENU French Rating (Canadian models only) These ratings are for Canadian programs that are broadcast in French. Rating Defined as G General 8 ans+ : Not recommended for younger children ans+ : Not recommended for children under age 6 ans+ : Not recommended for ages under 6 8 ans+ : This program is restricted to adults French Rating G : 8 ans+ : ans+ : 6 ans+ : 8 ans+ : Press to block Move Return Select End MENU MENU U.S.A. Rating (Canadian models only) For programs from the United States, please see TV Rating on page. 4

90 Using the Menus Using the Parental Control Menu To access the Parental Control menu, refer to the following steps: To Display To Highlight To Select MENU Parental Control Password : Use [0-9] buttons to enter new password Move Select End In the Parental Control menu, you will be asked to set a 4-digit password for any further access into Parental Control. Press, then use the 0 9 buttons to enter a 4-digit password. Keep this manual in a safe place. If you forget your password, see page. Confirm your password by entering it again. Once your password is set correctly, the next Parental Control menu appears. For future access to this menu, use your password. A password is needed every time you want to access Parental Control menu. 5

91 Operating Instructions Setting the Rating You can change the Rating by selecting one of the Lock options. With Lock highlighted, press. If you are not familiar with the Parental Guidelines rating system, use one of the following preselected categories to simplify the rating selections: Child, Youth, Young Adult. Use the F or f buttons to select the desired rating, then press. Rating Child Youth Young Adult Custom Off Changing your Password Use the F or f button to move the cursor to Change Password and press. Follow steps and for Using the Parental Control Menu on page 5. Information for Parents TV will allow a maximum rating of TV-Y, TV-G, G (U.S. models only), G (Canadian models only) TV-PG, PG (U.S. models only), PG (Canadian models only) TV-4, PG- (U.S. models only), 4+ (Canadian models only) Select to set more restrictive ratings (see next section) No rating limit Parental Control Lock : Off Change Password Country : U.S.A. Turn Parental Lock Off Move Select End To view a program that exceeds the TV rating Press, then use the 0 9 buttons to enter your password. Entering your password to view a blocked program will temporarily turn Lock to Off. To reactivate your Lock settings, turn the TV off. When you turn the TV on, your Lock settings are restored. 6

92 Using the Menus Using the Custom Menu Before setting Custom ratings, see pages -4, Overview of the Ratings, for a description of the available rating systems. Follow the instructions on the screen to make your custom settings. Select the country desired for your TV s rating limit. See page for U.S. models and page 4 for Canadian models for more information. Once you have blocked a rating or content, all higher ratings or content will be automatically blocked. 7

93 Operating Instructions Using the Timer Menu To access the Timer menu, refer to the following steps: To Display To Highlight To Select MENU Timer Timer : Set Timer : Set Current Time Move Select End Current Time Set your TV to the current day and time. Press g to open Current Time menu: Use the F or f button to enter the day and time, then press. Press to exit the menu. You must set the Current Time before you can use Timer and Timer. Timer and Timer Scheduled viewing Use your timers settings to program your TV by day, time, duration and channel. The timer s duration is maximum of 6 hours. When the channel is fixed, it is not necessary to set the channel. With the menu open, set cursor on Timer or Timer : Press F or f to select Timer or Timer, then press. Press F or f to enter the desired day, time, duration and channel, then press. The Timer status should be On when the Timer has been set. Press to exit the menu. You can set the Timer to On, Off, or Set. Once the timer is set, you can turn it On or Off without having to go through the settings. When you set Timer or Timer, a red light on the front panel of your TV will turn on. When you perform Auto Program, Timer and Timer settings will be cleared. Also, in the event of any loss of power, Current Time and Timer and Timer settings will be cleared. 8

94 Using the Menus Using the Setup Menu To access the Setup menu, refer to the following steps: To Display To Highlight To Select MENU Setup Caption Vision : Off Video Label Tilt Correction Language : English Demo Move Select End Caption Vision Closed- Captioning Video Label Label connected equipment Tilt Correction Language Allows you to select from three closed caption modes (for programs that are broadcast with closed caption). Press F or f to select one of the following options: CC,,, 4: Displays printed dialogue and sound effects of a program. Text,,, 4: Displays network/station information. XDS (Extended Data Services): Displays the name of the current program and its remaining time, if available. Off: Caption Vision is not activated. Allows you to label the audio/video components you connected to the TV: VCR, DVD, etc. When you press TV/VIDEO to switch inputs, the Video Label will display on-screen. Press g to open the Video Label menu: Press F or f to access the input you want to label and press. Press F or f to choose a label and press. Press g to open Tilt Correction: Press F or f to correct any tilt of the picture from 5 to +5, then press activate and return to the Setup menu. Display all menus in the language of your choice. Use the F or f buttons to select desired language and press. Demo Press to run a demonstration of the on-screen menus. You can press any key to exit the Demo mode. to 9

95 Other Information Troubleshooting If you are having a problem with your TV, try the suggestions below. If the problem persists, contact your nearest Sony Dealer. No picture, no Make sure the power cord is plugged in. sound If a red light is flashing on the front of your TV for more than a few minutes, disconnect and reconnect the power cord to restore the TV. If the problem continues, call your local service center. Check the TV/VIDEO settings: when watching TV, set to TV; when watching video equipment, set to VIDEO (page ). Make sure the batteries have been inserted correctly into the remote control (page ). Try another channel; it could be station trouble. Poor or no picture, good sound Adjust Picture in the Picture Controls menu under Video (page 8). Adjust Brightness in the Picture Controls menu under Video (page 8). Check the antenna and/or cable connections (page 4). Good picture, no Press so that MUTING disappears from the screen (page ). sound Check your Audio settings. Your TV may be set to Auto SAP (page 9). No color Adjust Color in the Picture Controls menu under Video (page 8). Only snow appears Check the Cable setting in the Channel Setup menu (page 0). on the screen Check the antenna and/or cable connections (page 4). Make sure the channel selected is currently broadcasting. Dotted lines or Adjust the antenna. stripes Move the TV away from other electronic equipment. Some electronic equipment can create electrical noise, which can interfere with TV reception. Double images or ghosts Check your outdoor antenna or call your cable service.

96 Operating Instructions Cannot receive higher number channels (UHF) when using an antenna Cable stations don t seem to work Remote control does not operate The TV needs to be cleaned Lost password for Parental Control You lost your remote control Make sure Cable is set to Off in the Channel Setup menu (page 0). Perform Auto Program to add channels that are not presently in the memory (page 4). Make sure Cable is set to On in the Channel Setup menu (page 0). Perform Auto Program to add channels that are not presently in the memory (page 4). Batteries could be weak. Replace them (page ). Move the TV -4 or more feet away from fluorescent lights. Clean the TV with a soft dry cloth. Never use strong solvents such as thinner or benzine, which might damage the finish of the cabinet. In the password screen, enter the following master password: 457. After using the master password, you must create a new password, it cannot be used to unlock currently blocked channels. You can use the front Audio/Video panel controls to access the menu (page ). Contact your nearest Sony Dealer to order a replacement. If, after reading these Operating Instructions, you have additional questions related to the use of your Sony television, please call our Direct Response Center at SONY (7669) (U.S. residents only) or (46) 499-SONY (7669) (Canadian residents only).

97 Other Information Specifications For all models (except as noted) Television system American TV standard/ntsc Channel coverage VHF: -/UHF: 4-69/CATV: -5 Antenna 75-ohm external antenna terminal for VHF/UHF Picture tube FD Trinitron tube Power requirements 0V, 60 Hz Supplied Accessories Size AA (R6) batteries () Remote Control RM-Y7 () Optional Accessories Connecting cables VMC-80S/80S, VMC-70M, YC-YC-5V/0V, RK74A EAC-66 U/V mixer KV-FS00, KV-FS0 Screen size Visible screen size: inches (0 mm) measured diagonally Actual screen size: 4 inches (55.6 mm) measured diagonally Inputs/outputs video, audio Y, PB, PR, audio headphone jack Speaker output W x Power Consumption 00 W in use W in standby Dimensions (W/H/D) 407 x 40 x 4 mm (6x / 8 x 6 / 8 in.) Mass kg (6 lbs. 7 oz.) KV-0FS00 Screen size Visible screen size: 0 inches (508 mm) measured diagonally Actual screen size: inches (5.4 mm) measured diagonally Inputs/outputs video, audio Y, PB, PR, audio headphone jack Speaker output 5 W x Power Consumption 0 W in use W in standby Dimensions (W/H/D) 59 x 466 x 494 mm ( / 4 x 8 / 8 x 9 / in.) Mass 4.8 kg (54 lbs. 0 oz.)

98 Operating Instructions KV-4FS00 Screen size Visible screen size: 4 inches (60 mm) measured diagonally Actual screen size: 5 inches (65 mm) measured diagonally Inputs/outputs video, audio S VIDEO Y, PB, PR, audio headphone jack Speaker output 7.5 W x Power Consumption 45 W in use W in standby Dimensions (W/H/D) 704 x 54 x 47 mm (7 / 4 x 0 5 / 8 x 8 / in.) Mass 5 kg (77 lbs. oz.) Design and specifications are subject to change without notice. 4

99 Index A B C D F H L M Audio Menu 9 Auto Program 4, 0 Auto SAP 9 Battery Installation Brightness 8 Cable 0 Caption Vision 9 Channel Fix 0 Channel Label Channel Setup Menu 0 Channel Skip/Add Color 8 Connections Cable and Antenna 4 Connecting a Camcorder Connecting a DVD Player 0 Connecting Headphones TV and Cable Box 6 TV and VCR 5 TV and Satellite Receiver 8 TV, Satellite Receiver, and VCR 9 TV, VCR, and Cable Box 7 Current Time 8 Demo 9 DISPLAY Favorite Channels 0 Front A/V Panel (see TV Front Panel) Hue 8 Language 9 Menus Audio 9 Channel Setup 0 Parental Control 5 Setup 9 Timer 8 P R S T V Video 8 Mono 9 MTS Auto SAP 9 Mono 9 Stereo 9 Parental Control Parental Control menu 5 Picture 8 Picture Controls 8 Brightness 8 Color 8 Hue 8 Picture 8 Sharpness 8 Ratings English Rating 4 French Rating 4 Movie Rating TV Rating Unrated U.S.A. Rating 4 Remote Control Setup menu 9 Sharpness 8 SLEEP Specifications Stereo 9 Tilt Correction 9 Timer Menu 8 Timer and Timer 8 Troubleshooting TV Features TV Front Panel TV Rear Panel Video Menu 8 Video Label 9 VM 8 5

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101 Connecting Additional Equipment Manual de Instrucciones KV-FS00 KV-5FS00 Lea este manual antes de operar el producto. 00 por Corporación Sony

102 Connecting Additional Equipment ADVERTENCIA Para disminuir el riesgo de incendio o descarga eléctrica, no exponga el televisor a lluvia o humedad. CAUTION RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK DO NOT OPEN ATTENTION RISQUE DE CHOC ELECTRIQUE, NE PAS OUVRIR PRECAUCION RIESGO DE CHOQUE ELECTRICO NO ABRIR PRECAUCION: PARA REDUCIR EL RIESGO DE DESCARGA ELECTRICA NO RETIRE LA CUBIERTA NI LA PARTE POSTERIOR DE ESTE APARATO. NO CONTIENE PIEZAS QUE EL USUARIO PUEDA REPARAR. PARA SERVICIO ACUDA A PERSONAL ESPECIALIZADO. Este símbolo tiene por objeto advertir al usuario de la presencia de voltaje peligroso desprovisto de aislamiento en el interior del producto que puede ser de suficiente magnitud como para presentar un riesgo de descarga eléctrica para las personas. Este símbolo tiene por objeto advertir al usuario de la presencia de instrucciones importantes de uso y mantenimiento (servicio) en la documentación que acompaña a este aparato. Nota para el instalador de CATV Esta nota pretende llamar la atención del instalador del sistema CATV en relación con el artículo de la NEC que proporciona las pautas para una adecuada conexión a tierra y, en particular, especifica que el cable de conexión a tierra debe estar conectado al sistema de toma de tierra del edificio lo más cerca posible de la entrada del cable. PRECAUCIONES DE SEGURIDAD Utilice el televisor con ca (corriente alterna) como se indica a continuación: ca 0 V 60 Hz ca 0 V 50/60 Hz (Chile, Perú, Bolivia) ca 0-0 V 50/60 Hz (Argentina) Una terminal del enchufe es más ancha que la otra para garantizar la seguridad y solo se podrá introducir en la toma de corriente de una manera (sólo los modelos con ca 0 V). Si no puede insertar completamente el enchufe en la toma, póngase en contacto con su proveedor. Si se introduce algún objeto sólido o líquido en el televisor, desconéctelo y haga que sea revisado por personal especializado antes de volver a utilizarlo. PRECAUCIÓN Si utiliza juegos de televisión, ordenadores y productos similares con el televisor, mantenga las funciones de brillo y contraste a una configuración baja. Si una imagen fija (sin movimiento) permanece en pantalla durante un tiempo prolongado con una configuración alta del brillo y el contraste, dicha imagen podría permanecer indefinidamente en la pantalla. Si mira continuamente el mismo canal, los logotipos del mismo podrían quedar impresos en la pantalla del televisor. La garantía no cubre este tipo de marcas porque son el resultado de un uso inadecuado. Para reducir el riesgo de descarga eléctrica, no utilice el enchufe polarizado con un cable de extensión, un receptáculo ni otras tomas, a menos que las terminales estén bien insertadas y no queden expuestas.

103 User Guide Se advierte que cualquier cambio o modificación que no se apruebe de modo explícito en este manual podría anular su autorización para utilizar este equipo. NOTIFICACIÓN Este equipo se ha probado y cumple con las restricciones de los aparatos digitales de clase B de acuerdo con la sección 5 del reglamento de FCC. Estas restricciones se han diseñado para proporcionar protección contra interferencias nocivas en instalaciones domésticas. Este equipo genera, utiliza y puede irradiar energía de radio frecuencia y si no se instala y utiliza siguiendo las instrucciones, puede provocar interferencias en las radiocomunicaciones. Sin embargo, no se garantiza que no se produzcan interferencias en una instalación determinada. Si el equipo produce interferencias en la recepción de radio y televisión que se pueden determinar conectando y desconectado el equipo, el usuario debería intentar corregir la interferencia siguiendo una o varias de las siguientes medidas: Reorientar o cambiar de lugar las antenas receptoras. Aumentar la separación entre el equipo y el receptor. Conectar el equipo a una toma o a un circuito distinto al que está conectado el receptor. Ponerse en contacto con el proveedor o con un técnico con experiencia en radio y televisión para obtener asistencia. Protección del televisor Para evitar el sobrecalentamiento interno, no obstruya los orificios de ventilación. No instale el televisor en un lugar con temperatura elevada, humedad, exceso de polvo o donde puedan producirse vibraciones. Nota sobre Caption Vision Este receptor de televisión proporciona pantalla de televisión con visualización de subtítulos de acuerdo con el punto 5.9 del reglamento de la FCC. El uso del televisor con finalidades distintas a la visualización privada de emisiones de programas en UHF o VHF o transmisiones vía cable dirigidas al público en general puede requerir la autorización de la compañía de emisión por cable y/o del propietario del programa. Información para el propietario Los números de serie y modelo están situados en la portada de este manual y en la parte posterior del televisor. Marcas comerciales y derechos de autor ENERGY STAR es una marca registrada. En calidad de compañía asociada a ENERGY STAR, Sony ha determinado que este producto o modelo de producto cumple con las directrices de uso eficiente de energía de ENERGY STAR.

104 Connecting Additional Equipment Normas importantes sobre seguridad Para su protección lea completamente las instrucciones y conserve este manual para consultarlo en el futuro. Tenga en cuenta y siga todas las advertencias, precauciones e instrucciones que aparecen en pantalla o que se describen en el manual de instrucciones o de asistencia técnica. ADVERTENCIA Para prevenir daños personales, se aconseja seguir las siguientes precauciones básicas de seguridad durante la instalación, el uso y la reparación del aparato. Uso Fuentes de alimentación Este aparato sólo debe utilizarse con la fuente de alimentación que se indica en la placa del número de serie/modelo. Si no esta seguro del tipo de alimentación eléctrica que se utiliza en su domicilio, consulte con su proveedor o con la compañía eléctrica local. Para los aparatos alimentados mediante una batería, consulte el manual de instrucciones. Para los equipos con un enchufe de cable de alimentación de ca polarizado El enchufe se introduce en la toma de corriente en una única dirección. Se trata de una característica de seguridad. Si no puede insertar completamente el enchufe en la toma, intente girar el enchufe. Si sigue teniendo problemas para insertar el enchufe, póngase en contacto con su electricista para que le instale una toma adecuada. No ponga a prueba la finalidad de seguridad del enchufe polarizado forzándolo. Conexión a tierra o polarización Este aparato está equipado con un enchufe de cable de alimentación de ca polarizado (con una terminal más ancha que la otra) o con un enchufe de tres cables de conexión a tierra (con una tercera terminal para la conexión a tierra). Consulte las siguientes intrucciones. Advertencia alternativa Para los equipos con un enchufe de ca con tres cables de conexión de tierra Este enchufe únicamente se acoplará a una toma de corriente de conexión a tierra. Se trata de una característica de seguridad. Si no puede insertar el enchufe en la toma, póngase en contacto con su electricista para que le instale una toma adecuada. No ponga a prueba la seguridad del enchufe de conexión a tierra.

105 User Guide Sobrecarga No sobrecargue las tomas de pared, los cables de extensión ni los receptáculos más allá de su capacidad, puesto que podría producirse un incendio o una descarga eléctrica. Apague siempre el televisor cuando no lo utilice. Si no va a utilizar el aparato durante un tiempo prolongado, desconéctelo de la toma de pared como precaución ante la posibilidad de que se produzca un mal funcionamiento interno que pueda provocar un incendio. No desconecte la antena ni el cable de alimentación en caso de tormenta. Los relámpagos podrían descargar mientras sujeta el cable y provocarle lesiones graves. Apague el televisor y espere que el tiempo mejore. Introducción de objetos y líquidos No introduzca nunca objetos extraños en el aparato a través de las ranuras de la unidad, puesto que podrían entrar en contacto con puntos de voltaje peligrosos o provocar cortocircuitos de piezas y originar un incendio o descarga eléctrica. Nunca vierta líquidos de ningún tipo en el aparato. Accesorios No utilice accesorios no recomendados por el fabricante ya que podrían ser peligrosos. Limpieza Desconecte el aparato de la toma de pared antes de limpiarlo. No utilice detergentes líquidos ni aerosoles. Utilice un paño ligeramente humedecido con agua para limpiar el exterior del aparato. Si se produce un ruido continuo o intermitente en el interior del aparato de televisión mientras está en funcionamiento, desconecte el televisor y póngase en contacto con el proveedor o con el servicio de asistencia técnica. Es normal que algunos aparatos de televisión produzcan ocasionalmente este tipo de ruidos, especialmente cuando se conectan y desconectan. Instalación Para levantar o mover el aparato siempre se deberá hacer entre dos o más personas. El aparato es pesado y la superficie inferior es plana. Si intenta mover el aparato sin ayuda o lo manipula de forma insegura, puede producirse lesiones graves. Instale el aparato sobre una superficie plana y estable. Agua y humedad No utilice aparatos de conexión eléctrica cerca de agua, por ejemplo: cerca de la bañera, el lavabo, el fregadero, el lavadero, en un sótano con humedad o cerca de una piscina, etc. No coloque ningún tipo de objetos, especialmente objetos pesados, encima del aparato. Podrían caerse del aparato y causar lesiones.

106 Connecting Additional Equipment Colocación No sitúe el aparato sobre un carro, una mesa pequeña, un tripie, un soporte, una mesa o una estantería inestables. El aparato podría caer y dañarse o bien provocar lesiones graves a niños o adultos. Utilice únicamente carros o mesas recomendados por el fabricante para el modelo especifico de televisor. Para el montaje del producto deberán seguirse las instrucciones del fabricante y utilizar los accesorios de montaje recomendados por el mismo. Si se desea mover un aparato colocado encima de un carro, deberá hacerse con cuidado. Las paradas bruscas, la fuerza excesiva y las superficies inestables pueden causar que el aparato y el carro volqueen. Desconecte todos los cables del aparato antes de intentar moverlo. No bloquee nunca las ranuras y aperturas situando el aparato encima de una cama, un sofá, una alfombra o superficies similares. No sitúe nunca el aparato en un espacio cerrado, como una biblioteca o un armario empotrado, a menos que exista la ventilación adecuada. No sitúe el aparato cerca o encima de un radiador o fuente de calor ni lo exponga a luz solar directa. No permita que niños o animales se suban encima del aparato o lo empujen. El aparato podría caerse y causar lesiones graves. Ventilación Las ranuras y aperturas en la unidad y en la parte posterior o inferior son para obtener la ventilación necesaria. Para garantizar el buen funcionamiento del aparato y protegerlo de un sobrecalentamiento, estas ranuras y aperturas nunca se deberán obstruir ni cubrir. No cubra nunca las ranuras y aperturas con un paño ni otros tejidos. Protección del cable No coloque ningún objeto encima del cable de alimentación ni alrededor del mismo, ni sitúe el aparato en un lugar donde el cable de alimentación pueda estar sometido a desgastes o usos no adecuados.

107 User Guide Conexión a tierra o polarización Este aparato puede estar equipado con un enchufe de línea de corriente alterna polarizado (con una terminal más ancha que la otra). El enchufe sólo se puede introducir en la toma de corriente en una dirección. Se trata de una característica de seguridad. Si no puede insertar completamente el enchufe en la toma, intente girarlo. Si sigue teniendo problemas para introducir el enchufe, póngase en contacto con su electricista para que sustituya la toma obsoleta. No ponga a prueba la seguridad del enchufe polarizado. Antenas Conexión a tierra de una antena exterior Para instalar una antena exterior, siga los procedimientos que se indican a continuación. Los sistemas de antenas exteriores no deben situarse cerca de líneas eléctricas o circuitos de alimentación o luz eléctrica, o bien donde pueda entrar en contacto con dichas líneas eléctricas o circuitos. CUANDO INSTALE UN SISTEMA DE ANTENA EXTERIOR, EXTREME LAS PRECAUCIONES Y MANTÉNGALO ALEJADO DE DICHAS LINEAS ELECTRICAS O CIRCUITOS, DADO QUE EL CONTACTO PUEDE RESULTAR FATAL. Asegúrese de que el sistema de antena tiene conexión a tierra para proporcionar protección contra los incrementos de voltaje y el aumento de las cargas estáticas. El apartado 80 del Código Eléctrico Nacional (NEC) en EE.UU. y el apartado 54 del Código eléctrico de Canadá proporcionan información relativa a la conexión a tierra adecuada del mástil y de la estructura de soporte, la conexión a tierra del cable de conexión a la unidad de descarga de la antena, el tamaño de los conductores de la conexión a tierra, la ubicación de la unidad de descarga de la antena, la conexión de los electrodos de conexión a tierra y los requisitos de los electrodos de conexión a tierra. Conexión a tierra de la antena de acuerdo con la NEC Conexión a tierra de la antena de acuerdo con el Código Eléctrico Nacional, ANSI/NFPA 70. Acometida de antena Abrazadera de conexión a tierra Unidad de descarga de la antena (Sección 80-0 del NEC) Equipo del servicio de suministro eléctrico NEC - Código Eléctrico Nacional Conductores de conexión a tierra (Sección 80- del NEC) Abrazadera de conexión a tierra Sistema de electrodos de conexión a tierra del servicio de suministro eléctrico (Artículo 50, Parte H del NEC) Rayos Para mayor protección del receptor de televisión durante una tormenta con rayos o cuando no se utiliza durante largos periodos de tiempo, desconéctelo de la toma de pared y desconecte la antena. Con ello evitará que los rayos y los incrementos de voltaje dañen el receptor.

108 Connecting Additional Equipment Reparación Daños que requieren reparación Desconecte el aparato de la toma de pared y haga que sea revisado por personal calificado cuando se produzcan las siguientes condiciones: Si el cable de alimentación o el enchufe están dañados o deshilachados. Si el aparato muestra un cambio de rendimiento significativo, debe repararse. Asistencia técnica No intente reparar usted mismo el aparato, puesto que si abre la unidad puede exponerse a voltajes peligrosos u otros peligros. Ponga cualquier tipo de reparación en manos de personal de asistencia técnica calificado. Si se ha vertido líquido en el interior del aparato o si se han caído objetos en el interior del producto. Si el aparato se ha expuesto a lluvia o agua. Piezas de reemplazo Si necesita piezas de reemplazo, asegúrese de que el técnico certifique por escrito que ha utilizado piezas de reemplazo especificadas por el fabricante con las mismas características que las piezas originales. El uso de piezas no autorizadas puede provocar incendios, descargas eléctricas y otros peligros. Si el aparato se ha caído y ha sufrido golpes excesivos o si se ha dañado la unidad. Si el aparato no funciona con normalidad al seguir las instrucciones del manual. Ajuste solamente los controles que se especifican en el manual de instrucciones. El ajuste inadecuado de otros controles puede provocar daños y a menudo requerirá mucho trabajo por parte de un técnico calificado para restablecer el funcionamiento normal del aparato. Comprobación de seguridad Después de realizar cualquier reparación del aparato, solicite al técnico de la reparación que realice comprobaciones rutinarias de seguridad (como especifica el fabricante) para determinar si el aparato se encuentra en condiciones seguras de funcionamiento y certificarlo. Cuando el aparato llega al final de su vida útil, debe desecharse adecuadamente para evitar una implosión del tubo de la imagen. Consulte a un técnico de reparación calificado para depositar el aparato.

109 Contenido Introducción Características del televisor FD Trinitron WEGA... Baterias para el control remoto... Acerca de este manual... Uso del interruptor MAIN POWER (alimentación principal) del televisor (solamente los modelos KV-FS00 y KV-5FS00 con destino a Argentina) Controles del menú del panel frontal... Conexión del televisor Panel posterior del televisor... Conexiones básicas... 4 Conexión de equipo adicional... 5 Uso del control remoto y funciones básicas Uso del control remoto... 4 Programación automática del televisor... 5 Acceso rápido a los menús... 6 Uso de los menús Para accesar a un menú... 9 Uso del menú de Video... 0 Uso del menú Audio... Uso del menú Ajuste de Canal... Uso del menú Bloqueo de Canal... 4 Uso del menú Timer (Reloj)... 5 Uso del menú Ajustes... 6 Información adicional Solución de problemas... 7 Especificaciones... 9 Índice alfabético...

110 Introducción Gracias por la compra del televisor FD Trinitron WEGA a color de Sony. Antes de utilizar este manual, verifique el número de modelo situado en la parte posterior del televisor o en la portada de este manual. Características del televisor FD Trinitron WEGA Algunas de las características de las cuales disfrutará incluyen: FD Trinitron CRT PLANO Nueva pantalla tecnológicamente avanzada para una calidad de imagen óptima. Entradas Y, PB, PR Conexión de entrada de video para una calidad de imagen superior. Bloqueo de canales Herramienta que permite a los padres bloquear los canales del televisor para controlar los programas que ven sus hijos. Canales favoritos Acceso instantáneo a los canales favoritos con sólo oprimir un botón. Energy Star Símbolo reconocido de eficacia energética. S VIDEO Entrada de video que ofrece calidad de imagen mejorada. MTS Directo Permite el acceso directo para cambiar el sonido multicanal del televisor: Estéreo, Mono, o Auto SAP (Segundo Programa de Audio) con sólo oprimir un botón. Realce de graves Nueva característica que proporciona tonos graves más profundos y de mejor calidad. Menús trilingües Elección de menús en inglés, francés o español (KV-FS00 y KV-5FS00 con destino a Argentina, no tienen menús en francés). Controles del panel frontal Permiten el acceso a los menús de pantalla sin utilizar el control remoto. Entradas de A/V frontales Conexión rápida para videojuegos, cámaras de video, equipos estéreo/mono o audífonos. Silenciamiento automático Función diseñada para silenciar automáticamente el televisor cuando no se reciben señales.

111 Manual de instrucciones Baterias para el control remoto Inserte dos baterias de tipo AA (R6) (incluídas) en el control remoto utilizando como ejemplo la siguiente ilustración. En condiciones de uso normales, las baterias tienen una duración máxima de seis meses. Si el control remoto no funciona correctamente, es posible que las baterias estén gastadas. Si no va a utilizar el control remoto durante un largo tiempo, extraiga las baterias para evitar posibles daños por fugas de las mismas. Acerca de este manual Este manual proporciona instrucciones para ayudarle a disfrutar de su nuevo televisor. Muestra como conectarlo a la antena o cable, a la caja de cable, a la videograbadora, al DVD, al receptor de satélite o a la cámara de video. Una vez conectado, siga las instrucciones y utilice el control remoto para accesar a los menús de pantalla Los paneles frontales y posteriores del televisor que se ilustran en este manual corresponden a los modelos KV-5FS00. Es posible que los paneles frontales y posteriores del televisor no sean exactamente igual que los ilustrados. Uso del interruptor MAIN POWER (alimentación principal) del televisor (solamente los modelos KV-FS00 y KV- 5FS00 con destino a Argentina) Antes de encender el televisor utilizando el control remoto suministrado, oprima parte frontal de televisor. Controles del menú del panel frontal, situado en la F F Los controles del panel de audio/video frontal le permiten accesar al menú sin control remoto. Oprima para que aparezca el menú de pantalla. Utilice los botones y del panel de audio/video frontal en lugar de los botones F y f del control remoto. Utilice el botón del panel de audio/video frontal en lugar de los botones G, g y del control remoto. Oprima de nuevo cuando haya completado el ajuste o configuración. Para navegar por los menús con el control remoto, consulte Uso de los menús en la página 9.

112 Conexión del televisor Lea este capítulo antes de instalar el televisor por primera vez. Este capítulo hace referencia a las conexiones básicas, así como a cualquier otro equipo opcional que conecte. Panel posterior del televisor 4 Toma Descripción S VIDEO Establece una conexión con la toma S VIDEO OUT (salida de S video) de la videograbadora o de otro equipo de video con S VIDEO. S VIDEO proporciona una mejor calidad de imagen que las tomas VHF/UHF o la toma de entrada de video. S VIDEO no proporciona sonido; los cables de audio deben estar conectados. VHF/UHF Establece una conexión con el cable o la antena de VHF/UHF. VIDEO/ AUDIO (L/R) 4 Y, PB, PR/ L, R Establece una conexión con las tomas de salida de AUDIO y VIDEO de la videograbadora o de otro equipo de video. En el panel frontal del televisor existe una segunda toma de entrada de video (VIDEO ). Estas tomas de entrada de AUDIO/VIDEO proporcionan una mejor calidad de imagen que la toma VHF/UHF. Se conectan con las salidas de video (Y, P B, P R ) y de audio (L/R) de su reproductor de videodiscos o de su caja digital. Los paneles frontales y posteriores del televisor que se ilustran en este manual corresponden a los modelos KV-5FS00.

113 Manual de instrucciones Conexiones básicas Televisor con antena interior o exterior o cable CATV Dependiendo del cable de que disponga, elija una de las siguientes conexiones: Sólo VHF o VHF/UHF o Cable 75 ohm Cable coaxial (Parte posterior del televisor) Sólo VHF o Sólo UHF o VHF/UHF 00 ohm Cable duplex Conector de antena Convertidor (EAC-5) (incluído) (Parte posterior del televisor) y 75 ohm Cable coaxial (Parte posterior del televisor) 00 ohm Cable duplex Mezclador U/V EAC-66 (no incluído) Si conecta el televisor a una antena interior o exterior, es posible que deba ajustar la orientación de la antena para obtener una mejor recepción. 4

114 Conexión del televisor Conexión de equipo adicional Televisor y videograbadora Parte posterior del televisor Videograbadora Desde cable/ antena Video (amarillo) Audio izquierdo (blanco) Audio derecho (rojo) Conexión opcional Para ver programas de video desde la videograbadora, sintonice el televisor en los canales ó 4 (como se indica en la parte posterior de la videograbadora). Conecte el cable coaxial de la antena del televisor o del servicio de cable a la toma IN de la videograbadora. Conecte el cable coaxial (no incluído) de la toma OUT de la videograbadora a la toma VHF/UHF del televisor. Conexión opcional Si la videograbadora dispone de salidas de video, podrá obtener una mejor calidad de imagen conectando los cables de Audio/Video (no incluídos) de las salidas AUDIO y VIDEO OUT de la videograbadora a la entrada AUDIO/VIDEO IN del televisor. Puede utilizar el botón para cambiar entre las entradas VHF/UHF y VIDEO. Para obtener una mejor calidad de imagen, utilice S VIDEO en lugar del cable amarillo de audio/video. S VIDEO no proporciona sonido; los cables de audio deben permanecer conectados para obtener sonido. 5

115 Manual de instrucciones Televisor y caja de cable Desde Cable Caja de cable Cable coaxial Parte posterior del televisor Conecte el cable coaxial del servicio de cable a la toma IN de la caja de cable. Conecte un cable coaxial (no incluído) de la toma OUT de la caja de cable a la toma VHF/UHF del televisor. Para ver los canales desde la caja de cable, sintonice el televisor en los canales ó 4 (como se indica en el panel posterior de la caja de cable) y utilice el control remoto de la caja de cable para cambiar los canales. Si desea controlar la selección de todos los canales a través de la caja de cable, es aconsejable utilizar la función Fijar Canal ajustando el televisor en el canal ó 4 (consulte la página ). 6

116 Conexión del televisor Televisor, videograbadora y caja de cable Parte posterior del televisor Videograbadora Caja de cable Video (amarillo) Audio izquierdo (blanco) Audio derecho (rojo) Desde Cable Conexión opcional Conecte el cable coaxial del servicio de cable a la toma IN de la caja de cable. Conecte un cable coaxial (no incluído) desde la toma OUT de la caja de cable a la toma IN de la videograbadora. Conecte un cable coaxial (no incluído) desde la toma OUT de la videograbadora a la toma VHF/UHF del televisor. Si desea controlar la selección de todos los canales a través de la caja de cable, es aconsejable utilizar la función Fijar Canal ajustando el televisor en el canal ó 4 (consulte la página ). Conexión opcional Si la videograbadora dispone de salidas de video, podrá obtener una mejor calidad de imagen conectando los cables de Audio/Video (no incluídos) desde la salida AUDIO y VIDEO OUT de la videograbadora a la toma de entrada AUDIO/VIDEO IN del televisor. Puede utilizar el botón para cambiar las entradas VHF/UHF y VIDEO. Para obtener una mejor calidad de imagen, utilice S VIDEO en lugar del cable amarillo de audio/video. S VIDEO no proporciona sonido; los cables de audio deben permanecer conectados para obtener sonido. 7

117 Manual de instrucciones Televisor y receptor de satélite Desde cable/ antena Parte posterior del televisor Receptor de satélite Cable de antena por satélite Video (amarillo) Audio izquierdo (blanco) Audio derecho (rojo) Conecte el cable de la antena por satélite a la entrada SATELLITE IN del receptor de satélite. Conecte el cable coaxial del servicio de cable o antena a la toma VHF/UHF del televisor. Utilizar cables de Audio/Video (no incluídos), conecte AUDIO y VIDEO OUT del receptor de satélite a AUDIO y VIDEO IN del televisor. Puede utilizar el botón para cambiar las entradas VHF/UHF y VIDEO. Para obtener una mejor calidad de imagen, utilice S VIDEO en lugar del cable amarillo de audio/video. S VIDEO no proporciona sonido; los cables de audio deben permanecer conectados para obtener sonido. 8

118 Conexión del televisor Televisor, receptor de satélite y videograbadora Cable de antena por satélite 4 Desde cable/ antena Videograbadora Parte posterior del televisor Receptor de satélite 5 Video (amarillo) Audio izquierdo (blanco) Audio derecho (rojo) Conecte el cable de la antena por satélite a la entrada SATELLITE IN del receptor de satélite. Conecte el cable coaxial del servicio de cable o antena a la toma IN de la videograbadora. Conecte la toma OUT de la videograbadora a la toma VHF/UHF del televisor mediante un cable coaxial (no incluído). 4 Conecte las tomas AUDIO y VIDEO OUT del receptor de satélite a las tomas AUDIO y VIDEO IN de la videograbadora mediante los cables de Audio/Video (no incluídos). 5 Conecte las tomas AUDIO y VIDEO OUT de la videograbadora a las tomas AUDIO y VIDEO IN del televisor mediante los cables de Audio/Video (no incluídos). Para visualizar las imágenes desde el receptor del satélite o la videograbadora, seleccione la entrada de video a la que está conectado el receptor de satélite o la videograbadora oprimiendo en el control remoto. 9

119 Manual de instrucciones Conexión de un reproductor de DVD Conecte las salidas AUDIO y VIDEO OUT del reproductor DVD a las entradas AUDIO y VIDEO IN del televisor mediante los cables de Audio/Video (no incluídos). Parte posterior del televisor Parte posterior del reproductor de DVD Video (amarillo) Audio izquierdo (blanco) Audio derecho (rojo) Para obtener una mejor calidad de imagen, utilice S VIDEO en lugar del cable amarillo de audio/video. S VIDEO no proporciona sonido; los cables de audio deben permanecer conectados para obtener sonido. Conexión opcional Si el reproductor de DVD dispone de salidas de video para componentes (Y, PB, PR), podrá optimizar la calidad de imagen utilizando cables de video para componentes. Parte posterior del televisor Parte posterior del reproductor de DVD Y (blanco y negro) PB (azul) PR (rojo) Audio izquierdo (blanco) Audio derecho (rojo) Conecte las tomas Y, PB, PR OUT del reproductor de DVD a las tomas Y, PB, PR IN del televisor mediante los cables de video para componentes. Conecte la toma AUDIO OUT del reproductor de DVD a la toma AUDIO IN del televisor. Las salidas Y, PB, PR del reproductor de DVD algunas veces están etiquetadas como Y, CB, y CR o Y, B-Y y R-Y. Si es así, conecte los cables rigiéndose por los colores. 0

120 Conexión del televisor Conexión de una cámara de video Conecte las salidas AUDIO y VIDEO OUT de la cámara de video a las entradas AUDIO y VIDEO INPUT del televisor mediante los cables de Audio/Video (no incluídos). Panel de Audio/Video frontal F F Salida de Audio/Video Audio derecho (rojo) Audio izquierdo (blanco) Video (amarillo) Conexión de audífonos Conecte los audífonos a la toma situada en la parte frontal del televisor. Panel de Audio/Video frontal

121 Uso del control remoto y funciones básicas Este capítulo muestra cómo utilizar todos los botones del control remoto y los menús de pantalla. MUTING SLEEP POWER 8 MTS/SAP DISPLAY TV/VIDEO JUMP 0 VOL CH ENTER 0 qz 5 qs 6 RESET MENU qd 7 RM-Y7 TV

122 Manual de instrucciones Uso del control remoto Botón Descripción MUTING Desactiva el sonido de forma instantánea. Oprímalo de nuevo u oprima para restaurar el sonido. SLEEP Apaga automáticamente el televisor en aproximadamente 5, 0, 45, 60 ó 90 minutos. Para cancelar, oprima hasta que aparezca SLEEP OFF. MTS/SAP Muestra las distintas opciones de sonido multicanal del televisor (MTS): Estéreo, Mono, y Auto SAP (Segundo Programa de Audio). 4 JUMP Oprima para alternar entre dos canales. El televisor cambia del canal actual al canal anterior seleccionado. 5 VOL (volumen) Oprímalo cuando desee ajustar el volumen. 6 RESET Oprímalo para volver a la configuración de fábrica desde un menú de pantalla. 7 Mueve el cursor en los menús de pantalla. Oprima los botones de flecha para mover el cursor y a continuación oprima el botón central para seleccionar o acceder a una opción. 8 POWER Oprímalo cuando desee encender ó apagar el televisor. 9 TV/VIDEO Alterna las entradas de video disponibles. 0 DISPLAY Oprímalo para mostrar la hora actual (si está ajustada) y el número de canal. Oprímalo de nuevo para desactivar DISPLAY. qa 0 9 y ENTER Oprima los botones 0 9 para seleccionar un canal después oprima ENTER para que cambie de inmediato. qs CH (canal) Oprímalo cuando desee cambiar canales. qd MENU Muestra el menú de pantalla. Oprímalo de nuevo para salir del menú en cualquier momento. Si pierde el control remoto, consulte la página 8. 4

123 Uso del control remoto y funciones básicas Programación automática del televisor Cuando haya terminado de conectar el televisor, puede ajustar los canales mediante Autoprogramación. Oprima para encender el televisor. Aparecerá la pantalla de Ajustes Iniciales. Para KV-FS00 y KV-5FS00 con destino a Argentina: Oprima antes de oprimir para encender el televisor. Ajustes Iniciales Primero conecte el cable o la antena Autoprogramación Salir [CH+] [CH ] Oprima en el control remoto o en el panel frontal del televisor para activar Autoprogramación u oprima para salir. La pantalla de Ajustes Iniciales aparecerá cada vez que encienda el televisor hasta que realice Autoprogramación. Para volver a activar Autoprogramación Oprima. Oprima g para seleccionar Ajuste de Canal ( ). Oprima f para seleccionar Cable. Oprima para seleccionar. 4 Oprima F o f para seleccionar Si o No según el estado del televisor. Oprima. 5 Oprima f para seleccionar Autoprogramación. Oprima para buscar los canales. Una vez finalizada la función Autoprogramación, oprima para salir. 5

124 Manual de instrucciones Acceso rápido a los menús Los ajustes siguientes están disponibles en los menús de pantalla. Menú Permite Modificar los ajustes de la imagen. Video Control de Imagen Temp. del Color : Neutro VM : Bajo Mover Seleccionar Salir Cambiar el ajuste de audio. Video Audio Control de Imagen Temp. MTS : Estéreo del Color : Frío Realce VM : Bajo de graves : Sí Mover Mover Seleccionar Salir Salir Personalizar el ajuste de los canales. Ajuste de Canal Canales Favoritos Cable : No Fijar Canal : No Autoprogramación Omitir/Añadir Canal Nombre del Canal Mover Seleccionar Salir Bloquear los canales no deseados. Bloqueo de Canal 5 : Permitir 6 : Permitir 7 : Permitir 8 : Permitir 9 : Permitir Mover Seleccionar Salir 6

125 Uso del control remoto y funciones básicas Menú Timer Timer : Ajustar Timer : Ajustar Hora Actual Permite Ajustar el reloj del televisor y programar el encendido y apagado automático del televisor en un canal establecido mediante Timer y Timer (Reloj y Reloj ). Mover Seleccionar Salir Ajustes Caption Vision : No Etiqueta de Video Rotación Idioma : Español Demo Seleccionar los modos de subtítulos, etiquetar las entradas de video, corregir la inclinación de la imagen, seleccionar el idioma de los menús o ejecutar una demostración de los menús. Mover Seleccionar Salir 7

126 Uso de los menús Este capítulo muestra las opciones disponibles para configurar y ajustar el televisor. Para accesar a un menú Oprima para que aparezca el menú de pantalla. Utilice los botones G o g para seleccionar el menú deseado y despues oprima. Utilice los botones F o f para seleccionar la opción deseada y despues oprima. 4 Siga las indicaciones que aparecen en pantalla para activar las opciones deseadas. Oprima para terminar el ajuste. 5 Oprima para salir del menú. Oprima una vez para que aparezca el menú en pantalla y oprímalo de nuevo para que desaparezca. Si no se oprime ningún botón, el menú se cierra automáticamente transcurridos 90 segundos aproximadamente. 9

127 Manual de instrucciones Uso del menú de Video Para accesar al menú Video, siga los siguientes pasos: Para mostrar MENU Para seleccionar Video Control de Imagen Temp. del Color : Neutro VM : Bajo Mover Seleccionar Salir Control de Imagen Temperatura del Color Ajuste de la tonalidad del blanco VM Modulación de velocidad Oprima g para abrir el menú Control de Imagen: Contraste: Oprima G para disminuir el contraste. Oprima g para aumentar el contraste. Brillo: Oprima G para oscurecer la imagen. Oprima g para aumentar el brillo de la imagen. Color: Oprima G para disminuir la intensidad de color. Oprima g para aumentar la intensidad de color. Tinte: Oprima G para aumentar los tonos rojos. Oprima g para aumentar los tonos verdes. Nitidez: Oprima G para suavizar la imagen Oprima g para aumentar la nitidez de la imagen. Oprima F o f para seleccionar una de las opciones siguientes: Frío: Proporciona a los colores blancos una tonalidad azulada. Neutro: Proporciona a los colores blancos una tonalidad neutra. Cálido: Proporciona a los colores blancos una tonalidad rojiza. Aumenta la nitidez de la definición de la imagen y proporciona a los objetos un contorno más nítido y limpio. Oprima F o f para seleccionar una de las opciones siguientes: No, Alto, Bajo. 0

128 Uso de los menús Uso del menú Audio Para accesar al menú Audio, siga los siguientes pasos : Para mostrar Para seleccionar Para seleccionar MENU Video Audio Control de Imagen Temp. MTS : Estéreo del Color : Frío Realce VM : Bajo de graves : No Mover Mover Seleccionar Salir Salir MTS Sonido multicanal del televisor Oprima Realce de graves Oprima F o f para seleccionar una de las siguientes opciones: Estéreo: Seleccione esta opción cuando visualice una emisión en estéreo. Mono: Seleccione esta opción para reducir el ruido en zonas de difícil recepción. Auto SAP: Seleccione esta opción para que el televisor cambie automáticamente a Segundo Programa de Audio (SAP) cuando reciba la señal. para accesar directamente a los ajustes de MTS (Estéreo, Mono, Auto SAP) Proporciona tonos graves más profundos e intensos. Oprima F o f para seleccionar Si o No. Si el televisor está en modo Auto SAP, algunos programas se silenciarán o se distorsionarán. Si el televisor no emite sonido, cambie el ajuste de audio a Estéreo o Mono.

129 Manual de instrucciones Uso del menú Ajuste de Canal Para accesar al menú Ajuste de Canal, siga los siguientes pasos: Para mostrar Para seleccionar Para seleccionar MENU Ajuste de Canal Canales Favoritos Cable : No Fijar Canal : No Autoprogramación Omitir/Añadir Canal Nombre del Canal Mover Seleccionar Salir Canales Favoritos Acceso rápido a los canales favoritos Oprima g para abrir el menú Canales Favoritos: Utilice el botón F o f para seleccionar la posición (-5) donde desea ajustar un canal favorito. A continuación oprima. Utilice el botón F o f para seleccionar el canal deseado. Oprima para cambiar al canal seleccionado. 4 Oprima G para volver al menú Ajuste de Canal u oprima para salir. Para utilizar Canales Favoritos: Salga de todos los menús y oprima desplazar el cursor al número de canal deseado y oprima.. Oprima F o f para Cable Si: Selecciónelo si recibe canales vía cable con un cable CATV. No: Selecciónelo si utiliza una antena de televisión. Después de cambiar los ajustes del cable, deberá realizar la función Autoprogramación. Fijar Canal Autoprogramación -6: Seleccione esta opción cuando desee controlar la selección de todos los canales a través de la caja de cable o de la videograbadora. Seleccione el canal adecuado (normalmente el ó 4) y utilice el control remoto de la caja de cable o de la videograbadora para seleccionar los canales. Video : Seleccione esta opción desde las entradas de video disponibles cuando haya conectado el equipo de video (por ejemplo, el receptor de satélite) y desee que quede fijado en el televisor. No: Fijar Canal no está activado. Realice la función Autoprogramación siempre que ajuste el televisor. Recorrerá todos los canales disponibles y programará los que se reciben.

130 Uso de los menús Omitir/Añadir Canal Utilice esta función después de ejecutar Autoprogramación para omitir los canales no deseados o para añadir nuevos canales. Oprima g para abrir el menú Omitir/Añadir Canal: Utilice los botones F o f para seleccionar la posición del canal deseado y a continuación oprima. Oprima el botón F o f para omitir o añadir canales y a continuación oprima. Oprima G para volver al menú Ajuste de Canal u oprima para salir. Cuando oprima CH+ o CH- no tendrá acceso a los canales omitidos, sólo a través de los botones --9 podrá accesarlos. Nombre del Canal Etiqueta hasta 40 canales con sus letras de llamada Oprima g para abrir el menú Nombre del Canal: Oprima y a continuación oprima F o f hasta que localice el número de canal deseado. Oprima para activar el canal. Oprima y a continuación oprima el botón F o f para mostrar la primera letra de llamada o número de captura y a continuación oprima para seleccionarlo. Cuando termine, oprima para activar el canal. Los modos Canales Favoritos, Omitir/Añadir Canal, Nombre del Canal, Cable y Bloqueo de Canal no se pueden utilizar cuando Fijar Canal está activado, o la televisión se encuentra en los modos de video.

131 Manual de instrucciones Uso del menú Bloqueo de Canal Para accesar al menú Bloqueo de Canal, siga los siguientes pasos: Para mostrar Para seleccionar Para seleccionar MENU Bloqueo de Canal 5 : Permitir 6 : Permitir 7 : Permitir 8 : Permitir 9 : Permitir Seleccione el canal Mover Seleccionar Salir Cuando entre al menú Bloqueo de Canal, el canal seleccionado es el canal que está visualizando. Con el menú Bloqueo de Canal abierto: Bloquear o Desbloquear continuación oprima Utilice los botones F o f para elegir el canal deseado y a para seleccionarlo. Utilice los botones F o f para bloquear o desbloquear el canal seleccionado y a continuación oprima. Oprima para salir. Si un canal está bloqueado, se mostrará una pantalla negra con la palabra Programa Bloqueado (solamente para el uso habitual del televisor). La función Bloqueo de Canal se desactiva en los modos de Video. 4

132 Uso de los menús Uso del menú Timer (Reloj) Para accesar al menú Timer (Reloj), siga los siguientes pasos: Para mostrar Para seleccionar Para seleccionar MENU Timer Timer : Ajustar Timer : Ajustar Hora Actual Mover Seleccionar Salir Hora Actual Muestra el día y la hora actual. Oprima g para abrir el menú de Hora Actual. Utilice los botones F o f para introducir el día y la hora correcta y a continuación oprima. Oprima para salir del menú. Debe ajustar la hora actual antes de poder utilizar Timer y Timer (Reloj y Reloj ). Timer y Timer (Reloj y Reloj ) Visualización programada Programa su televisor al día, hora, duración y canal deseado. La programación máxima es de 6 horas. Cuando el canal esté fijado no será necesario introducirlo. Oprima g para abrir el menú de Timer o Timer. Oprima F o f para seleccionar Timer o Timer (Reloj y Reloj ) y a continuación oprima. Oprima F o f para introducir el día, hora, duración y el canal deseado y a continuación oprima. Oprima para salir del menú. Puede fijar Timer en las posiciones Si, No o Ajustar. Cuando Timer y Timer (Reloj y Reloj ) esté ajustado podrá activarlo y desactivarlo sin tener que revisar los ajustes. Al ejecutar Autoprogramación, los ajustes de Timer y Timer (Reloj y Reloj ) se borrarán. Asi mismo, en caso de producirse una pérdida de electricidad, los ajustes de Hora Actual, Timer y Timer (Reloj y Reloj ) se borrarán. 5

133 Manual de instrucciones Uso del menú Ajustes Para accesar al menú Ajustes, siga los siguientes pasos: Para mostrar Para seleccionar Para seleccionar MENU Ajustes Caption Vision : No Etiqueta de Video Rotación Idioma : Español Demo Caption Vision Subtítulos Etiqueta de Video Etiqueta el equipo conectado Rotación Idioma Mover Seleccionar Salir Permite seleccionar tres modos de subtítulos (para programas que se emiten con subtítulos). Oprima F o f para seleccionar una de las siguientes opciones: CC,,, 4: Muestra el diálogo impreso y los efectos de sonido de un programa. Text,,, 4: Muestra información sobre la red/emisora. XDS: Muestra el nombre del programa actual y el tiempo restante, si está disponible. No: Los subtítulos no están activados. Permite etiquetar los componentes de audio/video que tiene conectado a su televisor: VCR, DVD, etc. Con la ventana Etiqueta de Video abierta: Oprima F o f para accesar a la entrada que desea etiquetar y oprima. Oprima F o f para elegir una etiqueta y oprima. Oprima F o f para corregir la inclinación de la imagen entre - 5 y +5 y a continuación oprima para activarla. Muestra todos los menús en el idioma elegido. Oprima F o f para seleccionar el idioma deseado (Español, Inglés, Francés) y oprima. Demo (Demostración) Oprima para ejecutar una demostración de los menús de pantalla. Puede oprimir cualquier tecla para salir del modo Demo (Demostración). Sistema de Color Sólo en los modelos KV-FS00 y KV-5FS00 con destino a Argentina Seleccione las configuraciones siguientes para las entradas TV, Video y Video : AUTO, NTSC, PAL-M, PAL-N. 6

134 Información adicional Solución de problemas Si tiene problemas con el televisor, intente seguir las indicaciones que se sugieren a continuación. Si el problema persiste, consulte con su proveedor Sony más cercano. No hay imagen ni sonido Imagen de baja calidad o sin imagen, buen sonido Buena Imagen, sin sonido Asegúrese que el cable de alimentación esté conectado. Si hay una luz roja que parpadea en la parte frontal del televisor durante algunos minutos, desconecte y vuelva a conectar el cable de alimentación para restaurar el televisor. Si el problema persiste, llame al servicio técnico local. Compruebe los ajustes TV/VIDEO: cuando utilice el televisor, ajustelos en TV; cuando utilice el equipo de video, ajustelo en VIDEO (página 4). Asegúrese de que las baterias están insertadas correctamente en el control remoto (página ). Inténtelo con otro canal; podría ser problema de la emisora. Ajuste Contraste en la opción Video del menú Control de Imagen (página 0). Ajuste Brillo en la opción Video del menú Control de Imagen (página 0). Compruebe las conexiones de la antena y/o del cable (página 4). Oprima para que desaparezca MUTING de la pantalla (página 4). Compruebe los ajustes de Audio. Es posible que el televisor esté en modo Auto SAP (página ). Sin color Ajuste Color en la opción Video del menú Control de Imagen (página 0). Sin señal Compruebe el ajuste del cable en el menú Ajuste de Canal (página ). Compruebe las conexiones de la antena y/o del cable (página 4). Asegúrese de que el canal seleccionado esté emitiendo. Líneas de puntos o rayas Imágenes dobles o fantasmas Ajuste la antena. Aparte el televisor de cualquier otro equipo electrónico. Algunos equipos electrónicos pueden crear ruidos eléctricos que interfieran con la recepción del televisor. Revise la antena exterior o llame al servicio técnico del cable. 7

135 Manual de instrucciones No se reciben canales con un número alto (UHF) cuando se utiliza una antena Las emisoras del cable parece que no funcionan El control remoto no funciona El televisor está sucio Ha perdido el control remoto Asegúrese de que Cable esta en la posición No en el menú Ajuste de Canal (página ). Ejecute Autoprogramación para añadir canales que actualmente no estén en la memoria (página 5). Asegúrese de que Cable esta en la posición Sí en el menú Ajuste de Canal (página ). Ejecute Autoprogramación para añadir canales que actualmente no estén en la memoria (página 5). Las baterias podrían estar bajas. Sustitúyalas (página ). Coloque el televisor a unos 90-0 cm o más de las luces fluorescentes. Limpie el televisor con un paño suave y seco. No utilice nunca disolventes fuertes como diluyentes o bencina, puesto que podría dañar el acabado de la unidad. Puede utilizar los controles del panel de audio/video frontal para acceder al menú (página ). Póngase en contacto con su proveedor Sony más cercano para solicitar un control remoto de repuesto. Si después de leer este manual de instrucciones, tiene más preguntas relacionadas con la utilización del televisor Sony, póngase en contacto con su proveedor Sony más cercano para recibir asistencia técnica. 8

136 Información adicional Especificaciones Para todos los modelos (excepto los indicados) Sistema de televisión Estándar de televisión americana/ntsc (KV-FS00, KV-5FS00) PAL-M/PAL-N/NTSC (KV-FS00, KV-5FS00, con destino a Argentina) Cobertura de canales VHF: -/UHF: 4-69/CATV: -5 Antena Terminal de antena externa para VHF/UHF de 75 ohm Tubo de imagen Tubo FD Trinitron Requisitos de alimentación ca 0 V 60 Hz para todos los países ca 0 V 50/60 Hz (Chile, Perú, Bolivia) excepto en donde se ca 0-0 V 50/60 Hz (Argentina) indique: Accesorios incluídos Baterías de tamaño AA (R6) () Control remoto RM-Y7 () Antena dipolo () Convertidor (EAC-5) () Accesorios opcionales Cables de conexión VMC-80S/80S, VMC-70M, YC-YC-5V/0V, RK74A Mezclador EAC-66 U/V KV-FS00 Tamaño de la pantalla Tamaño de pantalla visible: 508 mm (0 pulgadas) medido en diagonal Tamaño de pantalla real: 5,4 mm ( pulgadas) medido en diagonal Entradas/salidas de video, de audio Y, PB, PR, audio conector para audífonos Salida de la bocina 5 W x Consumo de energía para todos los países excepto en donde se indique: Dimensiones (An./Al./Prf.): Peso KV-5FS00 Tamaño de la pantalla 0 W 5 W (Chile, Perú, Bolivia) W en espera 59 x 466 x 494 mm ( / 4 x 8 / 8 x 9 / pulgadas) 4,8 kg (54 lbs. 0 oz.) Tamaño de pantalla visible: 60 mm (4 pulgadas) medido en diagonal Tamaño de pantalla real: 65 mm (5 pulgadas) medido en diagonal Entradas/salidas de video, de audio, S VIDEO Y, PB, PR, audio conector para audífonos Salida de la bocina 7.5 W x Consumo de energía 45 W para todos los países 40 W (Chile, Perú, Bolivia) excepto en donde se W en espera indique: Dimensiones (An./Al./Prf.): Peso 704 x 54 x 47 mm (7 / 4 x 0 5 / 8 x 8 / pulgadas) 5 kg (77 lbs. oz.) El diseño y las especificaciones están sujetos a cambios sin previo aviso. 9

137 Índice alfabético A B C D E F H I Autoprogramación 5, Auto SAP Bloquear o desbloquear 4 Brillo 0 Cable Canales Favoritos Caption Vision 6 Características del televisor Color 0 Conexiones Cable y antena 4 Conexión de audífonos Conexión de una cámara de video Conexión de un reproductor de DVD 0 Televisor y caja de cable 6 Televisor y receptor de satélite 8 Televisor, receptor de satélite y videograbadora 9 Televisor y videograbadora 5 Televisor, videograbadora y caja de cable 7 Contraste 0 Control remoto Demo (Demostración) 6 DISPLAY (Despligue) 4 Especificaciones 9 Etiqueta de Video 6 Fijar Canal Hora Actual 5 Idioma 6 M N O P R S T V Instalación de baterias Interruptor MAIN POWER (Alimentación principal) Menús Ajuste de Canal Ajustes 6 Audio Bloqueo de Canal 4 Timer (Reloj) 5 Video 0 MTS Auto SAP Estéreo Mono Nitidez 0 Nombre del Canal Omitir/Añadir Canal Panel frontal del televisor Panel posterior del televisor Realce de graves Rotación 6 Sistema de Color 6 SLEEP (Apagado automático)4 Solución de problemas 7 Temperatura del Color 0 Timer y Timer (Reloj y Reloj) 5 Tinte 0 VM 0

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139 PRINTING THE SERVICE MANUAL The PDF of this service manual is not designed to be printed from cover to cover. The pages vary in size, and must therefore be printed in sections based on page dimensions. NON-SCHEMATIC PAGES Data that does NOT INCLUDE schematic diagrams are formatted to 8.5 x inches and can be printed on standard letter-size and/or A4-sized paper. SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS The schematic diagram pages are provided in two ways, full size and tiled. The full-sized schematic diagrams are formatted on paper sizes between 8.5 x and 8 x 0 depending upon each individual diagram size. Those diagrams that are LARGER than x 7 in full-size mode have been tiled for your convience and can be printed on standard x 7 (tabloid-size) paper, and reassembled. TO PRINT FULL SIZE SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS If you have access to a large paper plotter or printer capable of outputting the full-sized diagrams, output as follows: ) Note the page size(s) of the schematics you want to output as indicated in the middle window at the bottom of the viewing screen. ) Go to the File menu and select Print Set-up. Choose the printer name and driver for your large format printer. Con fi rm that the printer settings are set to output the indicated page size or larger. ) Close the Print Set Up screen and return to the File menu. Select Print... Input the page number of the schematic(s) you want to print in the print range window. Choose OK. TO PRINT TILED VERSION OF SCHEMATICS Schematic pages that are larger than x 7 full-size are provided in a x 7 printable tiled format near the end of the document. These can be printed to tabloid-sized paper and assembled to full-size for easy viewing. If you have access to a printer capable of outputting the tabloid size ( x 7 ) paper, then output the tiled version of the diagram as follows: ) Note the page number(s) of the schematics you want to output as indicated in the middle window at the bottom of the viewing screen. ) Go to the File menu and select Print Set-up. Choose the printer name and driver for your printer. Con fi rm that the plotter settings are set to output x 7, or tabloid size paper in landscape ( ) mode. ) Close the Print Set Up screen and return to the File menu. Select Print... Input the page number of the schematic(s) you want to print in the print range window. Choose OK. TO PRINT SPECIFIC SECTIONS OF A SCHEMATIC To print just a particular section of a PDF, rather than a full page, access the Graphics Select tool in the Acrobat Reader tool bar. ) To view the Graphics Select Tool, press and HOLD the mouse button over the Text Select Tool which looks like: This tool will expand to reveal to additional tools. Choose the Graphics Select tool by placing the cursor over the button on of the far right that looks like: T ) After selecting the Graphics Select Tool, place your cursor in the document window and the cursor will change to a plus (+) symbol. Click and drag the cursor over the area you want to print. When you release the mouse button, a marquee (or dotted lined box) will be displayed outlining the area you selected. ) With the marquee in place, go to the file menu and select the Print... option. When the print window appears, choose the option under the section called Print Range which says Selected Graphic. Select OK and the output will print only the area that you outlined with the marquee. (continued >)

140 ON-SCREEN SEARCH OPTION All of the text within the service manual PDF is content searchable. This means that you can enter any text, word, phrase or reference number that appears in the manual, and the PDF software will search, find and move the cursor to the location where you requested text first appears. This feature can be particularly useful in locating components on a specific schematic or printed wire circuit board (PWB) diagrams. Follow these steps to effectively locate a component on a schematic diagram: ) Locate the schematic you want to search by clicking on the corresponding bookmark on the left side of the screen. The view on the right of the screen will then jump to the desired schematic page. ) Magnify the diagram to at least 400% before conducting a component search. This will enable you to easily view the reference number when it is highlighted on screen. To do this, click on the magnifying glass button on the tool bar at the top of the screen. Move the cursor over the diagram and RIGHT click you mouse. Select the 400% magnification option on the pop-up menu. Click on the button with the icon of the open hand to deactivate the magnification tool ) Search the diagram (or the entire manual) by clicking on the binocular button tool at the top of the screen. The Find window will appear and allow you to type in your desired text. Type in a reference designator, such as R50, and click on the Find button. If the component is not on the diagram, but is listed anywhere else in the manual, the cursor will jump to the first location the text is found in the file. To find another instance of that same text, click on the binocular button again and select Find Again.

141 SERVICE MANUAL MODEL NAME REMOTE COMMANDER DESTINATION CHASSIS NO. KV-4FS00 RM-Y7 US SCC-S6D-A KV-4FS00 RM-Y7 CND SCC-S59D-A KV-5FS00 RM-Y7 LATIN NORTH SCC-S60J-A KV-5FS00 RM-Y7 LATIN SOUTH SCC-S60K-A BA-6 CHASSIS CORRECTION- SUBJECT: SCREEN (G) INSTRUCTIONS A BOARD IC VOLTAGE LIST Correct the service manual as shown. File this Correction with the service manual. : Corrected Item Section : Set-Up Adjustments (Page ) -4. Screen (G) added Step #4 to instructions Section 5: Diagrams (Page 4) Replaced A Board IC Voltage List TRINITRON COLOR TELEVISION

142 KV-4FS00/5FS00 DYNAMIC CONVERGENCE ADJUSTMENT Before performing this adjustment, perform Horizontal and Vertical Static Convergence Adjustment.. Slightly loosen deflection yoke screw.. Remove deflection yoke spacers.. Move the deflection yoke for best convergence as shown below: R G B B G R R G B B R G G R B B G R B G R R G B 4. Adjust XCV core to balance X axis. 5. Adjust YCH VR to balance Y axis. 6. Adjust vertical red and blue convergence with V.TILT (TLV VR.) Note: Perform adjustment -6 while tracking items and. SCREEN-CORNER CONVERGENCE. Affix a permalloy assembly corresponding to the misconverged areas: b a a b a-d: screen-corner misconvergence c d d c B G R R B G G B R R G B -. FOCUS. Adjust FOCUS control for best pictures. 4. Tighten the deflection yoke screw. 5. Install the deflection yoke spacers. TLH PLATE ADJUSTMENT. Input crosshatch pattern.. Adjust PICTURE QUALITY to standard, PICTURE and BRIGHTNESS to 50%, and OTHER to standard. Adjust the Horizontal Convergence of red and blue dots by tilting the TLH plate on the deflection yoke. RV750 V.STAT TLH Plate Focus (FV) Screen (G) CV Board XCV (TLV) YCH TLV -4. SCREEN (G). Input a dot pattern.. Set the PICTURE and BRIGHTNESS controls at minimum and COLOR control at normal.. Adjust SBRT, GCUT, BCUT in service mode with an oscilloscope as shown below so that voltages on the red, green, and blue cathodes are 60 ± VDC. B R R B TLH+ (R)(B) (B)(R) TLH- 60 ± VDC Pedestal Ground 4. Observe the screen and adjust SCREEN (G) VR in FBT to obtain the faintly visible background of dot signal.