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B/G/H VHF: E2-E12 UHF: E21-E69 
Cable TV (1): S$1-S41 
Cable TV (2): SO01-S05, M1-M10, U1-U10 
ITALY VHF: A-H UHF: H1, H2 







SECAM, PAL 
NTSC 3.58 (video input only) 
NTSC4.43 (video input only) 










B/G/H VHF: E2-E12 UHF: E21-E69 
Cable TV (1): S1-S41 
Cable TV (2): S01-S05, M1-M10, U1-U10 
ITALY VHF: A-H UHF: H1, H2 

D/K VHF: R01-R12 UHF: R21-R69 

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L VHF: F2-F10 UHF: F21-F69 

Cable TV: B-Q 



























SECAM, PAL 
NTSC 3.58 (video input only) 
NTSC4.43 (video input only) 


B/G/H VHF: E2-E12 UHF: E21-E69 
Cable TV (1): S1-S41 
Cable TV (2): S01-S05, M1-M10, U1-U10 
ITALY VHF: A-H UHF: H1, H2 

D/K VHF: R0O1-R12 UHF: R21-R69 

CABLE TV VHF: B-Q UHF: S21-S41 









SECAM, PAL 
NTSC 3.58 (video input only) 
NTSC4.43 (video input only) 












B/G/H VHF: E2-E12 UHF: E21-E69 
Cable TV (1): $1-S41 SECAM, PAL 
Cable TV (2): S01-S05, M1-M10, U1-U10 NTSC 3.58 (video input only) 
ITALY VHF: A-H UHF: H1, H2 NTSC4.43 (video input only) 
SECAM D/K_ VHF: RO1-R12 UHF: R21-R60 


















B/G/H VHF: E2-E12 UHF: E21-E69 
Cable TV (1): $1-S41 
Cable TV (2): S01-S05, M1-M10, U1-U10 
ITALY VHF: A-H UHF: H1, H2 
SECAM D/K VHF: RO1-R12 UHF: R21-R60 







SECAM, PAL 
NTSC 3.58 (video input only) 
NTSC4.43 (video input only) 






SPECIFICATIONS 
Picture Tube Super Trinitron ©» Audio outputs (variable) - phono jacks 
Approx. 72 cm (29 inches) External speaker terminals ; 2-pin DIN (3) 
(Approx. 68 cm picture measured [FRONT] 
diagonally) -&) 3 , Video input - phono jack 
110° -deflection -@) 3 , Audio inputs - phono jacks 


—2§) 3 , S video input - 4 pin DIN 


Rear/Front Terminals Headphonejack - stereo minijack 


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[REAR] 
£4) 1 21-pin Euro connector (CENELEC standard) Sound output 2x25W (side speakers) 
- Inputs for audio / video signals SOW (woofer) 
- Inputs for RGB Dimensions 802x550x525 mm approx. 
- Outputs of TV audio and video signals (incl. speakers) | 

Weight Approx. 53.0 kg (incl. speakers) 
C 2/-+5) 2, 21-pin Euro connector Supplied accessories 
- Inputs for audio and video signals Remote Commander RM831 (1) 
- Inputs for S video Battery R6 (1) 7 | | | 
- Outputs for TV audio and video signals (selectable) Other features Digital comb filter (High resolution) 
C$>4/ -€5)4, 21-pin Euro connector FASTEXT 
- Inputs for audio and video signals 100Hz Digital Plus | 
- Inputs for S video DNR (Digital Noise Reduction) 
- Outputs for TV audio and video signals (monitor out) Scroll Commander (RM-860) 
-5) 2, -€9 4, S video inputs - 4 pin DIN PIP, Multi-PIP 


-@) Audio inputs (L,R) - phono jacks 
-$3) S video output - 4 pin DIN 
(> Audio outputs - phono jacks 


[RM-831] 
Remote control system _ Infrared control 
Power requirements 1.5V de 
1 battery IEC designation 
R6 (size AA) 
Dimensions Approx. 65x225x21 mm (w/h/d) 
Weight Approx. 157g (Not including battery) 


Design and specifications are subject to change without notice. 








Model name 


KV-29E1A KV-29E1B 





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Pin No] 1 | 2 | 4 | Signal Signal Level 
, Audio output B Standard level : 0.5V rms 
(Right) Output impedance : Less than 1k ohms* 


Audio input B Standard level : 0.5V rms 


(Right) Output impedance : More than 10k ohms* 


Audio output A Standard level : 0.5V rms 
(Left) Output impedance : Less than 1k ohm* 





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Audio input A Standard level : 0.5V rms 
(Left) Output impedance : Less than 10k ohm* 


Blue input 0.7 + 3dB, 75 ohms, positive 


High state (9.5 - 12V) : Part mode 
Function select Low state (0 - 2V) : TV mode 


(AV control) Input impedance : More10k ohms 
Input capacitance : Less than 2nF 





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Ground (Blanking) 


Red input 0.7 + 3dB, 75 ohms, positive 







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croma input 0.7 + 3dB, 75 ohms, positive 


Blanking input High state (1 - 3V) Low state (0 - 0.4V) 
(Ys signal) Input impedance : 75 ohms 
17 Ground ; 
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18 Ground 
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Video input 1V + 3dB, 75ohms, 
Y (S signal) positive sync : 0.3V (-3 + 10dB) 
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TABLE OF CONTENTS 
Section Title Page _— Section Title Page 
1. GENERAL 5. DIAGRAMS 
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Connecting and operating Optional Equipment ................ 15 PB DOAN set oh eaiiosti es sieeai lech eatin lcauaiends 64 
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2. DISASSEMBLY EWI, BO aR ioc coerce sci csh aececicsecs us Sess 87 
2-1. Rear Cover Removal ..............ccccccccsesssscssecserssesseesenss 17 spl Gel = 01 cs Pap neneener ee Pepa eee Maen oe ane OM eR enter 88 
2-2. Chassis Assy and H Bracket Removal ...........0..0...0.. 17 * TF Block [IFH-389FX] (KV-29E1B only) ............. 91 
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2-4. GandJ Board Removal... ecesceseesscscessceeececes 17 29E1E, 29E1K and 29EIR only)... ce eeseeeseeeees 93 
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2-6. Picture Tube Removal ............ccecccecessccssessnsecseseesceres 18 
6. EXPLODED VIEWS 
3. SET-UP ADJUSTMENTS © 17: \-) (ae ene ee ee ee ee 100 
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3-4. Screen (G2), White Balance 7. ELECTRICAL PARTS LIST ...........ccccssssseennenes wae 103 
(Adjustment in the service mode 
with remote COMMANCET ...............:cccssssesesessesesssscesaes 22 
4. CIRCUIT ADJUSTMENTS 
4-1. Electrical Adjustment.................cccccscssscscsscssssesesseees 23 
4-2. Volume Electrical Adjustments ...................ccccceceseeee 26 
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4-4, Error Monitor and Detection ........0..........cceeeeeeeeseeees 29 
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CAUTION ATTENTION 


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. | 


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 AU COUCHE DE CARBONE PEINTE SURLE TUBE CATHODIQUE 
OU AU BLINDAGE DU TUBE CATHODIQUE. 


ATTENTION !! 

AFIN D'EVITER TOUT RISQUE D'ELECTROCUTION PROVENANT 
D'UN CHASSIS SOUS TENSION, UN TRANSFORMATEUR 
D'SSOLEMENT DOIT ETRE UTILISE LORS DE TOUT DEPANNAGE. 
LE CHASSIS DE CE RECEPTEUR EST DIRECTEMENT RACCORDE 
A L'ALIMENTATION SECTEUR. 


ATTENTION AUX COMPOSANTS RELATIFS ALA 
SECURITE!! 

LES COMPOSANTS IDENTIFIES PAR UNE TRAME ET PAR UNE 
MARQUE /\ SUR LES VUES EXPLOSEES ET LES LISTES DE 
PIECES SONT D'UNE IMPORTANCE CRITIQUE PUR 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. 





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





SECTION 1 GENERAL 

































Step 2 Connection 














@ Connect the speakers and the 
woofer 


Step 1 Preparation 

















O Check the supplied accessories 


When you've taken everything out of the carton, check that you 
have these items: 

* Remote Commander RM-831 

* — Scroll Commander RM-860 

* Two IEC designation R6 batteries 

* Two detachable speakers 

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Hook the two side speakers (L = left, R = right) into the 
openings on both sides of the TV. Clip the cables of the 
speakers into the hooks on top of the set and pass the 
cables down through the opening at the rear of the TV 
(see above illustration). 

Piug the connectors of the speaker cords into the rear 
of the TV (L/G/S/I for the left box, R/D/D/D for the right 

<_ box with the longer cable). 


Pass the cable of the woofer down through the 
opening at the rear of the set. Place the woofer 
on top of the TV and plug the connector of the 
woofer into the rear of the TV (W/G/W/G). 


Safety Information: If the side speakers are 
not connected to the set, make sure to close 
the side openings using the supplied plugs. 
Never insert any objects through the openings. 











2 ] Connect the aerial 


(2) insert the battery into the 
Remote Commanders 








Fit an IEC aerial connector attached to 75-ohm coaxial cable (not supplied) to the 17 
socket at the rear of the TV. 





Remove the cover. Check the correct Refit the outside cover making sure Check the correct polarities. 
polarities. that the Full-Function side is visible 
to use the menu in Step 3. 





Step 3 Tuning in to TV Stations 


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To go back to main 
menu: 
Keep pressing &. 


To go back to the 
normai TV picture: 
Press MENU. Normal 
TV picture will be 
restored after one 
minute if menu 
functions are not 
selected. 


Note on the Demo 
function: 

If you choose Demo in 
the Installation menu, 
you can see a 
sequential demon- 
stration of the menu 
functions. 

Press MENU to stop 
the function. 


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Once you have set up the TV, you can choose the language of 


the menu. Then you should preset the channels (up to 100 
channels} by choosing either the automatic or manual method. 


The automatic method is easier if you want to preset all 
receivable channels at once. Use the manual method if you 
only have a few channels and want to preset channels one by 
one. The manual method is also convenient for allocating 
programme numbers to various video input sources. 


Before you begin 

Check that the Full-Function side of the Remote Commander is 
visible. 

Locate Menu operation buttons on the Remote Commander. 
They are shaded in the illustration at the left. 


Easy Menu operation using the Scroll 


Commander 

In addition to our double-sided Remote Commander, your TV 
set is supplied with an extra Remote Commander. The »Scroll 
Commander« works with a roller for convenient, fast-access 
operation of the menu functions. 

Move the roller upwards to move the cursor upwards, move the 
roller downwards to move the cursor downwards, press the 
roller to confirm a selection. The other buttons on this 
commander have the same functions as the respective buttons 
on the double-sided Remote Commander. 


Choose a language 


Depress © on the TV. 


The TV will switch on. If the standby indicator on the TV is lit, 
press © or a number button on the Remote Commander. 


Press the MENU button. 


The LANGUAGE menu appears. (See Fig. 1) 


Select the language you want with A+ or V— 
and press OK. 


@ Display the Menu 


Press the MENU button twice. 
The main menu appears. (See Fig. 2) 


Using A+ or V— select the symbol 64 and press OK. 
Now, choose one of the methods described overleaf: 
»Preset Channels Automatically« 


or 
»Preset Channels Manually«. 





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With this method, you 
can preset all receivable 
channels at once. 


To stop automatic 
channel presetting: 
Press «= on the Remote 
Commander. 


Notes: 

After presetting the 
channels automatically, 
you can check which 
channels are stored on 
which programme 
positions. For details, 
see »Displaying the 
Programme Table« on 
page 46. 


«You can sort the 
programme positions to 
have them appear on 
screen in the order you 
like. For details, see 
»Sorting Programme 
Positions« on page 41. 


Programme names are 
automatically taken from 
Teletext if available. If 
not, please refer to page 
43 »Captioning a Station 
name« for more infor- 
mation. 


Use this method if there 
are only a few channels 
in your area to preset or if 
you want to preset 
channels one by one. 
You may also allocate 
programme numbers to 
various video input 
sources. 


lf you have made a 
mistake: 

Press « to go back to 
the previous position. 
To go back to main 
menu 

Keep pressing . 

To go back to the 
normal TV picture: 
Press MENU. 


3) Preset channels automatically 


1 


Select the symbol E=4 for »Preset« with A+ or V— and press OK. 
The PRESET menu appears. (See Fig. 3.) 


Select »Auto Programme« with A+ or V— and press OK. 
The AUTO PROGRAMME menu appears. (See Fig. 4.) 


Press OK. 

Select if necessary the TV broadcast system (B/G for Western 
European or D/K for Eastern European countries) with A+ or V— 
and press OK. The first element of the »PROG« number will be 
highlighted. 

Select the programme (number button) from which you want to 
start presetting. Select the first element of the double-digit 
number with A+ or V— or the number buttons (6.g. For »04«, 
select »O« here) and press OK. 

The second element of »PROG« will be highlighted. 


Select the second element of the double-digit number with A+ or 
V-— or the number buttons (e.g. For »04«, select »4« here) 

(See Fig. 5.) and press OK. 

Select »C« or »S« with A+ or V— and press OK. 

The automatic channel presetting starts. 

When presetting is finished, the preset menu reappears. All 


available channels are now stored on successive number 
buttons. Press MENU to restore normal TV picture. 


8 Preset channels manually 


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Select the symbol £4 for »Preset« with A+ or V— and press OK. 
The PRESET menu appears. (See Fig. 6.) 


Select »Manual Programme Preset« with A+ or V— and 
press OK. 
The MANUAL PROGRAMME PRESET menu appears. (See Fig. 7.) 


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Select VY A and press OK 


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To tune in a channel by 
frequency: 

After selecting F in step 
6, enter three digits using 
the number buttons. 
Press OK. 


If you have made a 
mistake: 

Press < to go back to the 
previous position. 


To go back to main menu: 


Keep pressing «. 

To go back to the normal 
TV picture: 

Press MENU. 


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Using A+ or V-, select the programme position (number 
button) to which you want to preset a channel, and press OK. 


Select, if necessary the TV broadcast system or a video input 
source (EXT) with A+ or V-. 


Then press OK. The CH position wil be highlighted. (See Fig. 
8.) 

Using A+ or V-, select C (to preset a regular channel), S (cable 
channel) or F (to tune in by frequency) and press OK. 

The first element of the »CH« number will be highlighted. 

If you have selected EXT in step 5, select the video input source 
with A+ or V—. (See Fig. 9.) 


There are two ways to preset channels. If you know the channel 
number, go to step »7-Manual«, 


or 
if you don’t know the channel number, go to step »7- Search«. 


Manual 


Select the first etement of the »CH« number with A+ or V— or 
the number buttons and press OK. 

The second element of the »CH« number will be highlighted. 
Select the second element of the number with A+ or V— or the 


number buttons. 
The selected number appears. (See Fig. 10.) 


Press OK 
The »SEARCH« position is highlighted and the selected 
channel is now stored. (See Fig. 11.) 


Press OK until the cursor appears by the next programme 
position. 


Repeat steps 3 to 7 to preset other channels. 


Search 
Press OK repeatedly until the colour of the SEARCH position 
changes. 


Start searching for the channel with A+ (up) or V— (down). 
The CH position changes colour. (See Fig. 12.) 

The CH number starts counting up or downwards. When a 
channel is found, it stops. (See Fig. 13.) 


Press OK if you want to store this channel. If not, press A+ or 
V-— to continue channel searching. 


Press OK until the cursor appears by the next programme 
position. 


Repeat steps 3 to 7 to preset other channels. 





























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For higher 
programme 
pos ions: 

@ display scrolls 
automatically. 
if you have made a 
mistake: 
Press «= to go back 
to the previous 
position. 
To go back to main 
menu: 
Keep pressing «. 
To go back to the 
normal TV picture: 
Press MENU. 


Additional Presetting 
Functions 


This section shows you additional presetting functions such as 
sorting or skipping programme positions, captioning a station 
name, manual fine-tuning, and using the parental lock. 
Before you begin 

Check that the Full Function side of the Remote 


Commander is visible 
Locate the Menu operation buttons. 


Sorting Programme Positions 


With this function, you can sort the programme positions to a 
preferable order. 


Press MENU to display the main menu. 


Select the symbol E24 for »Preset« with A+ or V— and press OK. 
The PRESET menu appears. 


Select »Programme Sorting« with A+ or V— and press OK. 
The PROGRAMME SORTING menu appears. (See Fig. 14.) 


Using A+ or V— select the programme position which you want 
to move to another and press OK. 
The colour of the selected position changes. (See Fig. 15.) 


Using A+ or V— select the programme position to which you 
want to move the channel of the programme position selected in 
step 4 and press OK. Now the programme positions have been 
sorted. (See Fig. 16.) 


Repeat steps 4 and 5 to sort other programme positions. 


How to adjust the Picture 
Rotation 


If due to the earth magnetism the picture »slants«, you can use 
the function »Picture Rotation« to readjust the picture. 


Press MENU to display the main menu. 
Select the symbol E=4 for »Preset« with A+ or V— and press OK. 
The PRESET menu appears. 


Select »Installation« with A+ or V— and press OK. 
The INSTALLATION menu appears. 


Select »Picture Rotation« with A+ or V— and press OK. 
The PICTURE ROTATION menu appears. (See Fig. 17.) 


Press OK. Adjust the picture rotation with A+ or V— until you 
have an upright picture. As you press the cursor buttons, the 
range changes from — 4 to + 4. 


Press OK to store the adjustment. 

















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To reactivate AFT 
(Automatic Fine 
Tuning) 

Repeat from the 


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»ON« in step 5. 


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Using »Further Programme 
Preset« 


Using the menu »Further Programme Preset« you can 


individually adjust and store the volume level of each channel 
(Volume offset). 


in case of a strong sound signal (distorted sound), attenuate the 
sound signal for each programme position. 


use the manual fine tuning to obtain a better picture reception, if 
the picture is distorted. Normally the AFT (automatic fine tuning) 
is operating. 


Press MENU to display the main menu. 

Select the symbol £=4 for »Preset« with A+ or V- and press OK. 
The PRESET menu appears. 

Select »Installation« with A+ or V— and press OK. The INSTAL- 
LATION menu appears. 


Select »Further Programme Preset« with A+ or V— and press 
OK. The FURTHER PROGRAMME PRESET menu appears 
(See Fig. 18). 


Using A+ or V— select the desired programme position and 
press OK once to select a) VOL (Volume offset), twice to select 
b) » IN-AMP« (Input Amplifier) or three times to select c) AFT 
(Automatic Fine Tuning). The selected item changes colour. 


To adjust or change: 


Volume offset (VOL) 

Using A+ or V— you can adjust the volume level for the 
selected programme position within a range from —7 to +7. 
Press OK to store the volume level. 

Repeat step 5 to set the volume level for other programme 
positions. 


IN-AMP (input amplifier) 

Using A+ or V— select »Off« for the selected programme 
position. Press OK to confirm the selection. Repeat step 5 to 
switch off the input amplifier for other programme positions. 


AFT 

Using A+ or V— you can fine-tune the channel within a range 
from —15 to +15. Press OK to store the fine-tuned level. Repeat 
step 5 to fine-tune the other channels. 


Press MENU to return to the normal TV mode. 








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if you have made a 
mistake: 

Press « to go back to 
the previous position. 


To go back to main 
menu: 
Keep pressing =. 


To go back to the 
normal TV picture: 
Press MENU. 


Skipping Programme Positions 


You can skip unused programme positions when selecting 
programmes with the PROGR +/- buttons. However, the 
skipped programmes may still be called up when you use the 
number buttons. 

Press MENU to display the main menu. 


Select the symbol E=4 for »Preset« with A+ or V— and press OK. 
The PRESET menu appears. 

Select »Manual Programme Preset« with A+ or V— and 

press OK. 

The MANUAL PROGRAMME PRESET menu appears. (See Fig. 19.) 
Using A+ or V-, select the programme position which you want 
to skip and press OK. 

The »SYS« position changes colour. 

Press A+ or V-— until »— ——« appears in the SYSTEM position. 
(See Fig. 20.) 

Press OK. (See Fig. 21.) 


When you select programmes using the PROGR +/— buttons, 
the programme position will be skipped. 


Repeat steps 4 to 6 to skip other programme positions. 


Captioning a Station Name 


Programme names are usually automatically taken from Teletext 
if available. You can also »name« a channel or an input video 
source using up to five characters (letters or numbers) to be 
displayed on the TV screen (e.g. BBC1). Using this function, you 
can easily identify which channel or video source you are 
watching. 


Press MENU to display the main menu. 


Select the symbol Ej for »Preset« with A+ or V— and press OK. 
The PRESET menu appears. 


Select »Manual Programme Preset« with A+ or V— and 


press OK. 
The MANUAL PROGRAMME PRESET menu appears. (See Fig. 22.) 


Using A+ or V-, select the programme position you want to 
caption and press OK repeatedly until the first element of the 
LABEL position is highlighted. 


Select a letter or number with A+ or V— and press OK. 

The next element will be highlighted. 

Select other characters in the same way. If you want to leave an 
element blank, select — and press OK. (See Fig. 23.) 


After selecting all the characters, press OK repeatedly until the 


cursor appears by the next programme position (at the left margin). 


Now the caption you chose is stored. (See Fig. 24.) 
Repeat steps 5 and 6 to caption names for other channels. 





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If you try to select a 
programme that has 
been blocked: 


The message 
»LOCKED« appears on 
the biank TV screen. 


Parental Lock 


You can prevent undesirabie broadcasts from appearing on the 
screen. We suggest you use this function to prevent children 
from watching programmes which you consider unsuitable. 


Press MENU to display the main menu. 


Select the symbol E=J for »Preset« with A+ or V— and press OK. 
The PRESET menu appears. 


Select »Parental Lock« with A+ or V— and press OK. 
The PARENTAL LOCK menu appears. (See Fig. 25.) 


Using A+ or V-, select the programme position you want to 
block and press OK. 

The symbot @ appears in front of the programme number 
indicating that this programme is now blocked. (See Fig. 26.) 


Repeat step 4 to block other programme positions. 


Cancelling blocking 
On the PARENTAL LOCK menu, select the programme position 
you want to unblock with A+ or V-. 


Press OK. 
The symbol @ disappears indicating that the blocking has been 
cancelled. 


Tuning in a Channel Temporarily 


You can tune in a channel temporarily, even when it has not 
been preset. Use the buttons on the Full-Function side of the 
Remote Commander. 


Press C on the Remote Commander. For cable channels, press 


C twice. 
The indication »C« (»S« for cable channels) appears on the 


screen. 


Enter the double-digit channel number using the number buttons 
(e.g. for channel 4, first press 0, then 4). 

The channel appears. 

However, the channel will not be stored. 








Operating Instructions 





Watching the TV 








If no picture appears 
when you depress © 
on the TV 

and if the standby 
indicator on the TV is Kit, 
the TV is in standby 
mode, Press © or one 
of the number buttons to 
switch it an. 


This section explains the basic functions you use while 
watching TV. Most of the operations can be done using the 
simple side of the Remote Commander. 


Switching the TV on and off 


Switching on 
Depress © on the TV. 


Switching off temporarily 

Press © on the Remote Commander. 

The TV enters standby mode and the standby indicator on the 
front of the TV lights up. 

To switch on again 

Press (1, PROGR +/-, or one of the number buttons on the 
Remote Commander. 


Switching off completely 
Depress © on the TV. 


Selecting TV Programmes 
Press PROGR +/- or the number buttons. 
To select a double-digit number 


Press —/—-, then the number. 
For example, if you want to choose 23, press —/—-, 2 and 3. 


Adjusting the Volume 


Press .<J+/-. 


Operating the TV Using the 
Buttons on the TV 


With the buttons on the TV, you can select programmes, adjust 
the volume, and select video input sources. 


Press P + «J +) button repeatedly until the programme 
, rT 


number, «<1 (for volume), or ) (for video input picture) 
appears. Then adjust with the —/+ buttons. 

Press —/+ buttons to switch on the TV from the standby mode. 
Press —/+ simultaneously to reset picture and sound controls to 
the factory preset level (RESET function). 




















For details of the teletext 
operation, refer to 
page 52. 


For details of the video 
input picture, refer to page 
55. 





46 


Watching Teletext or Video Input 


Watching teletext 

Press © to view the teletext. 

Press three number buttons to select a page. 

Press one of the coloured buttons for fastext operation. 

Press &) (PAGE +) or & (PAGE -) for the next or preceeding 
page. 

To go back to the normal TV picture, press OC. 

Watching a video input picture 


Press +) repeatedly until the desired video input appears. To go 
back to the normal TV picture, press ©C. 


More Convenient Functions 


Use the Full-Function side of the Remote Commander. 


Displaying the on screen indications 

Press once to display all the indications. They will disappear 
after some seconds. 

Press @ twice to have the programme number and label stay 
on screen. Press twice again to make indications disappear. 
Muting the sound. 

Press %, 

To resume normal sound, press % again. 

Displaying the time 

Press @). This function is available only when teletext is 
broadcast. 

To make the time display disappear, press © again. 
Displaying the Programme Table 

Press OK. A Programme Table will be displayed on the right side 
of the TV screen (See Fig.27). 


Selecting TV programmes 
Press PROGR +/- or select the desired programme position 
using A+ or V— and press OK. 


To make the Programme Table disappear, press MENU. 


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if you have made a 
mistake: 

Press #= to go back to the 
previous position. 

To go back to the main 
menu: 

Keep pressing =. 

To go back to the normai 
TV picture: 

Press MENU. 

Note on LINE OUT: 

The audio level and the 
dual sound mode output 
from the G jack on the 
rear correspond to the 
HEADPHONES VOLUME 
and DUAL SOUND 
settings. 

When watching a video 
input source with stereo 
sound: 

You can select DUAL 
SOUND to change the 
sound. 





Adjusting and Setting the 


TV Using the Menu 


Adjusting the Picture and Sound 


Although the picture and sound are adjusted at the factory, you 
can adjust them to suit your own taste. In addition, you can 
reduce the picture noise. You can also select dual sound 
(bilingual) programmes when available, adjust the sound for 
listening with the headphones (1). 


Press @ (for picture) or 5 (for sound) on the Remote 
Commander. 
or 


Press MENU and select on the screen the symbol [li] for 
Picture Control or J Sound Control, then press OK. 

The PICTURE CONTROL or SOUND CONTROL menu 
appears. (See Fig. 28 or Fig. 29) 


Using A+ or V—, select the item you want to adjust and press 
OK.The selected item changes colour. (See Fig. 30) 


5 Digital Mode 
lect Y A and press OK 












0? Bual Sound (A) 











Adjust the setting with A+ or V — and press OK. esas 
The cursor appears beside the next item (at the left margin). 
(See Fig. 31) Fig. 30 
For the effect of each control, see the table below. aan 
Repeat steps 2 and 3 to adjust other items. = Colour — 
Fig. 31 
Effect of each control 
PICTURE CONTROL Effect 
Contrast Less ——t—— More 
Brightness Darker ——I—— Brighter 
Colour Less ——}—— More 
Hue {only for NTSC} Greenish ——1—— Reddish 
Sharpness Softer ——I—— Sharper 
Reset Resets picture to the factory preset levels. 
Screen Mode Auto (automatic selection of 16:9 broadcasts decoded in 4:3) 
=> 4:3 Normal — 16:9 Wide screen effect 
Noise Reduction Off: Normal on: Reduction of picture noise in case of 
weak signals 
Digital Mode I: Normal lt: LFR (Line Flicker Reduction) off 
SOUND CONTROL Effect 
Treble Less —l-- More 
Bass Less —+— More 
Balance More left —I— More right 
Reset Resets sound to the factory preset levels. 
Loudness off : Normal on ; When listening to low volume sound. 
Space off : Normal on : Obtain acoustic sound effect. 
Dual Sound A: channel 1 B:channel2 — stereo mono 
The selected mode of the A-CD-B indicator on the TV lights up. 
Headphones: 
() Volume Less —I— More 
(? Dual Sound A: channel 1 B: channel2 stereo mono 


PIP (if PIP is switched on you can select the PIP sound for 


the headphones) 


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47 





To switch off the 
timer: 


Select »OFF« in step 3. 


To check the remain- 
ing time: 
Press @. 


To go back to the 
normal TV picture: 
Press MENU. 


Using the Sleep Timer 


You can select a time period after which the TV automatically 
switches into standby mode. 


Using A+ or V- select the symbol © for »Timer« and press 
OK. The TIMER menu appears (see Fig. 32). 

Press OK. 

The time period option changes colour. 


Select the time period with A+ or V-. 
The time period (in minutes) changes as follows: 
OFF—10—20-30-+40-+50-+60—70-+80-+90 


I 


After selecting the time period, press OK. 

The cursor moves back to the left margin and the timer starts 
counting. 

One minute before the TV switches into standby mode, a 
message is displayed on the screen. 





PIP (Picture in Picture) 

















Notes: 

* RGB input source 
cannot be displayed in 
PIP. 


With this function you can display a »PIP screen« (small picture) 
within the main TV picture. In this way you can watch or monitor 
the video output from any connected equipment (for example from 
a VTR) while watching TV or vice versa. For information about 
connection of other equipment, refer to page 54. 


ween PP 


~~ Main TV 
picture 


Switching PIP on and off 

Press @. 

The PIP screen will be displayed. The PtP picture will come 
from the source chosen when the TV was last used. 


To switch PIP off 
Press @3 again. 


Selecting a PIP source 

Press f. 

The symbol t will be displayed at the bottom, left-hand corner 
of the screen. 

Press -@) repeatedly until the desired source is indicated 
(e.g. TV, AV1, AV2, YC2, AV3, YC3, AV4, YC4). 

Note 

If no video source ‘has been connected, the PIP picture will be 
noisy. 

Swapping screens 


Press (9. 
The main screen will switch the picture with the PIP screen. 





Note 

If a TV programme is on the PIP screen and a video source on 
the main picture, and you want to change channels, first press 
t and then the programme buttons or PROGR +/-. 


Changing the position of the PIP 


Press @3 repeatedly to change the position of the PIP screen 
within the main screen. There are four different positions 
available. 














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c) 


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Operating Multi PIP 


using the Menu 


Using the »Multi PIP« Menu you have the possibility to operate 
the PIP mode, scan 9 successive TV channels on the screen 
(Programme Catching), display 8 successive freeze pictures 
(Photo mode) or reproduce the main picture image by image 
(strobe function). 


Press MENU to display the main menu. 


Select the symboi EB for »MULTI PIP« with A+ or V— and 
press OK. The MULTI PIP menu appears (See Fig. 33). 


Programme Catching 

Using A+ or V— select »Programme Catching« and press OK. 
Now a scan of 9 successive programmes (8 still pictures, 1 live 
picture where the cursor is positioned) is displayed on the TV 
screen starting from the programme tuned in. Using A+ or V— 
you can move the cursor and update the still pictures. The 
programme scanning starts again if you select the programme 
position lower or higher than the 9 displayed ones (See Fig. 34). 


To select a Programme using Programme Catching 
Using A+ or V— select the desired programme position and 
press OK. Now the selected programme is displayed and you 
are back in the normal TV mode. 


Photo Mode 

Using A+ or V— select »Photo« and press OK. Now the main 
picture is displayed as a succession of 8 still pictures and a 9th 
picture which will be live (See Fig. 35). Using A+ or V— the 
photo mode starts again. Press OK to return to the normal TV 
mode. 


Strobe mode 

Using A+ or V— select »Strobe« and press OK. Now the TV 
picture is displayed image by image, which gives it the effect of 
slow motion (See Fig. 36). Using A+ or V— select the speed of 
the motion (3 different speeds are available). Press OK to return 
to the normal TV mode. 


Switching PIP on and off 

Using A+ or V— select »PIP« and press OK. Using A+ or V— 
select »ON« to display the PIP screen and »OFF« to switch it 
off and press OK. 


Changing the position of the PIP 

Using A+ or V— select »PIP position« and press OK. Using 
A+ or V~ repeatedly to change the position of the PIP screen 
and press OK. 


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2 Photo 

= Strobe 

3 PIF el ae 
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Select Y A and press OK 


















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Note: 

Fastext operation is only 
possible, if the TV 
station broadcasts 
Fastext signals. — 


TV stations broadcast an information service called Teletext via 
the TV channels. Teletext service allows you to receive various 
information pages such as weather reports or news at any time 
you want. For advanced teletext operation, use the buttons on 
the Full-Function side of the Remote Commander. 


Direct Access Functions 


Switching Teletext on and off 


Select the TV channel which carries the teletext broadcast you 
want to watch. 


Press © to switch on teletext. 

A teletext page will be displayed (usually the index page).!f 
there is no teletext broadcast, »No text available« is displayed 
on the information line at the top of the screen. 


To switch teletext off 
Press ©. 


Selecting a teletext page 

With direct page selection 

Use the number buttons to input the three digits of the chosen 
page number. 

If you have made a mistake, type in any three digits. Then re- 
enter the correct page number. 


With page-catching 
Select a teletext page with a page overview (¢.g. index page). 


Press OK. Using A+ or V-, select the desired page. »Page 
Catching« will be displayed on the information line. Press OK. 
The requested page will appear in a few seconds. 


Press © to resume normal teletext reception. 


- Accessing the next or preceding page 


Press &) (PAGE +) or © (PAGE ~). 
The next or preceding page appears. 


Superimposing the teletext display on the TV 
programme 


Press © once in teletext mode or twice in TV mode. 
Press © again to resume normal teletext reception. 


Preventing a teletext page from being updated 


Press 8 (HOLD). The HOLD symbol »€8« is displayed on the 
information line. 
Press © to resume normal teletext reception. 


Using Fastext 


With Fastext you can access pages with one key stroke.When a 
Fastext page is broadcast, a colour-coded menu will appear at 
the bottom of the screen. The colours of this menu correspond to 
the red, green, yellow and blue buttons on the Remote 
Commander. 

Press the corresponding coloured button on the Remote 
Commander which corresponds to the colour-coded menu. The 
page will be displayed after some seconds. 


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Using the Teletext Menu SUBPAGE 




















To cancel the You may want to select a particular teletext page from several 
This TV is provided with a menu-guided teletext system. When request: subpages which are rotated automatically. After having 
3 @ © teletext is switched on, you can use the menu buttons to operate & Usor Pages Select »Subpage« selected the function, an information line will be displayed. 
AaA® the teletext menu. Select the teletext menu functions in the © TopiBottom Ful and press OK. To select the desired subpage, enter four digits using 
®™@O® lowe wey, D Reveal PROGR+/- or the number buttons. (e.g. enter 0002 for the 
@) () 1 Press MENU. The menu will be superimposed on the teletext ep second page of a sequence). 
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2 2 Cm) 2 Using A+ or V-, select the teletext function you want and Select Y A and press OK User Page Bank System 
2 press OK. (See Fig. 38) You can store up to 30 pages in the » Teletext page bank 
cs ol system«. In this way you have quick access to the pages you 
3 ee USER PAGES/PRESET USER PAGES aeich reduentins : ee 
See page 53 for information about presetting and operating the 
= yf ine fe ae Storing pages 
There are 5 »banks« (A to E) for 5 teletext stations. In each 
INDEX bank you can store 6 preferred pages (P1 to P6). 
CMC) Mbbve index pe yon en sag of the contents of the © Preset User Pages | 1 Press © (if Teletext is not on already) and MENU to show the 
© @® Ime aL ania? Page UmMper. ao TELETEXT MENU display. 
ClU) TOP/BOTTOM/FULL 2 Select PRESET USER PAGES with A+ or V- and press OK. 
Ne ; : 
3 Select the desired bank with A+ or V— and press OK. The 


For convenient reading of a teletext page, you can enlarge the ! A | 
teletext display with hs ability to — fs sir down the cursor will go to the first position (P1) of the preferred pages. 


screen. After having selected the function, an information line | If two broadcasting 4 Input the three digits of your first preferred page with the 





Top/Bottom/Full will be displayed. (See Fig. 39). Se the same number buttons and press OK. , 
Press A+ for »Top« to enlarge the upper half. For »Bottom« coe canipracal ae The cursor will go to the second position. P6 
keep pressing V-, to enlarge the lower half. Press OK for bank to 2 different 5 Repeat step 4 for the other 5 page numbers you want to 
»Full« to resume the normal size. pe eee programme positions. preset. if you do not want to preset all 6 page numbers 
Note: Press © to resume normal teletext reception. A top Y Bottom OK Full available, press OK without inserting any number. After having poh os 
Some of the features ; finished the presetting press OK repeatedly until the cursor PROG LABEL BANK PROG LABEL BANK 
may not be available TEXT CLEAR Fig. 39 appears besides the next bank at the left margin. of BBS AS SKY B 
Reopens on be After having selected the function, you can watch a TV 6 Select Allocate Bank with A+ or V— and press OK oe ee ee ee 


eee cece programme while waiting for a requested teletext page to be an sere 
captured (The symbol changes colour) (See Fig. 40). © 


Press © to view the requested page. 


7 Select the programme position for which you have preset 
pages with A+ or V~ and press OK. (See Fig. 42) 


8 Select the desired bank with A+ or V— (Banks A to E are 








ancl TLES vest rey btitled available) and press OK. 
Your teletext service will inform you if a TV programme is subtitled. : 
After having selected the function the subtitles will be 9 Repeat steps 3 to 6 for the other 4 banks available. 
displayed. Fig. 40 Displaying User Pages 
REVEAL 1 Select MENU. 3 PAGE 200 
S PAGE 203 

Sometimes pages contain concealed information, such as 2 Select User Pages with A+ or V— and press OK. eee 
answers to a quiz. The reveal option lets you disclose the infor- A table of the stored preferred pages will be displayed. S PAGE 198 
mation. After having selected the function, an information line (See Fig. 43) Satori 7K: anciprase OK 
"REVEAL ON/OFF « will be displayed. (See Fig. 41). 3 Select the desired page with A+ or V— and press OK. The Fig. 43 
Using A+ or V-, select ON to reveal the information or OFF to een page will be displayed after some seconds. 
conceal it again. Reveal A on VY off or 
Press © to resume normal teletext reception. ; 

Fig. 41 You can use the coloured buttons on the Remote Commander 
TIME PAGE to have quick access to the first four User pages. Page 1 corre- 








sponds to the red button, P 2 to the green one, P 3 to the 
yellow one and P 4 to the blue button. 

To select the desired page press the respective coloured 
button while you are in TV mode. Now the Page number of this 


Your teletext service will inform you, if a time coded page is 
available. You may have a page (e.g. an alarm page) displayed 
at a certain time. 





1 Press OK. Using A+ or V— select ON and press OK. teletext page will appear in white at the top in the left-handed 
2 To select the desired page, enter the three digits of the page comer of the TV screen. When the page number changes 
number (e. g. 301) using the number buttons. colour, the page is available. Press the coloured button again 
socanca te 3 Toselect the time, enter four digits for the desired time (e.g. to display the page. 
requees: 1800) using the number buttons. Press MENU. The selected 
Serent *OFE« for the time is displayed at the top in the left-handed corner. At the 


TIME PAGE setting. requested time, the page will be displayed. 


Press & to resume normal teletext mode. 


Connecting and Operating 
Optional Equipment 


Connecting Optional Equipment 


You can connect optional audio-video equipment to this TV such as VCRs, video disc players, 


and stereo systems. 


To connect a VCR 
using the Tf terminal 
Connect the aerial 
output of the VCR to 
the aerial terminal 1 
of the TV. 


We recommend that 
you tune in the signal 
to programme number 
»Q«, For details see 

» Preset Channels 
Manually« on page 39. 





If the picture or the 
sound is distorted 
Move the VCR away from 
the TV. 

















$S video input (Y/C 
input) 

Video signals may be 
separated into Y 
(luminance or 
brightness) and C 
(chrominance) signals. 
Separating the Y and C 
signals prevents them Acceptable input signal 
from interfering with one ae . 
another, and therefore [1] Normal audio/video and RGB signal 
improves picture quality 


(especially luminance). [2] Normal audio/video and S video signal 
This TV is equipped with 


3 S Video input jacks [3] Normal audio/video and S video signal 


through which these [4] Normal audio/video and S video signal 
separated signals can 


be input directly. [5] No inputs 


When connecting a 

monaural VCR: . 
Connect only the white [6] No inputs 
-® jack to both the TV 

and VCR. 








Available output signal 
Video/audio fromm TV tuner 
Video/audio from selected source 


No outputs 


Video/audio displayed on TV screen (monitor out) 
S$ video/audio signal displayed on TV screen 


(monitor out) 
Audio signal (variable) 


Selecting input with 
PROGR +/- or 
number buttons: 
You can preset video 
input sources to the 
programme positions 
so that you can select 
them with PROGR +/— 
or number buttons. 
For details, see 
»Preset channels 


manually« on page 38. 


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Selecting input and output 


This section explains how to view the video input picture (of the 
video source connected to your TV), and how to select the 
output signal using direct access buttons or the menu system. 


Selecting input 


Press ©) repeatedly to select the input source. ot 
The symbol of the selected input source will appear. 


To go back to the normal TV picture 


Press QO. 
input modes 
Symbol Input signal 
2) 1 Audio/video input through the £91 connector 
a5 RGB input through the £51 connector 
4) 2 Audio/video input through the (4>2/-€92 connector 
49 2 S video input through the (4>2/-€92 or -€92 connector 
4) 3 Audio/video input through -6)3 and -€)3 connectors at the front 
+9 3 S video input through the -€93 connectors (4-pin connector) at the front 
4} 4 Audio/video input through the (<> 4/-294 connector 
79 4 S video input through the (S>4/-294 or -¢94 connector (4-pin connector) 


You can also select the input mode using the P — «<] — -@) and -/+ buttons on the TV. 
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In this case, select first +) and then press the —/+ buttons to select the input. 


Selecting the output 


The (4>2/-€52 connector outputs the source input from the other 
connectors. 


You can also select the input mode using the and buttons on the 
TV. In this case, select first and then press the buttons to select 


the input. 
see SSS SS 
Symbol C4>2/-€32 connector outputs 
1 > The audio/video signal from the £41 connector 
2 Cc The audio/video signal from the (9*2/-€92 connector 
2 (S> The audio/video signal from the (S*2/-92 connector 
3 The audio/video signal from the -€)3, -©3 connectors 
3 G> The audio/video signal from the -£53, -©3 connectors 
4 (> The audio/video signal from the (S>4/-€94 connector 
4 &> The audio/video signal from the (2>4/-€94 connector 
TVG The audio/video signal from the Tf aerial terminat 


Using AV Preset = 
Using this function you can preset the desired input source - et 
(e.g. #51, RGB signal) to the respective AV input ( AV 125). 
In this way a connected VTR will automatically switch to the RGB 
signal. 


1 Select the symbol £4 for »Preset« with A+ or V— and press 
OK. 


2 Select first »installation«, then »AV Preset« with A+ or V— 
and press OK. 
The AV PRESET menu appears (See Fig. 44). 


3 Select the desired AV input with A+ or V— and press OK. 





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When recording 
When you use the @ 
(record) button, make 
sure to press this 
button and the one to 
the right of it simultane- 
ously, 





Select the desired source with A+ or V— and press OK. 
For the respective AV inputs you have the following possibilies: 


AV 1 RGB or AV AV3 YC3 or AV 
AV 2 YC2 or AV AV 4 YC4 or AV 


If you want to name the AV input select »Label« using A+ or V— 
and press OK. Select a letter or a number with A+ or V— and 
press OK. The next element will be highlighted. Select other 
characters in the same way. If you want to leave an etement 
blank, select — and press OK. 

After having selected all the characters, press OK repeatedly 
until the cursor appears by the next AV input at the left margin. 


Repeat steps 3 to 5 for the other AV inputs. 


Checking and selecting the input and output 
sources using the menu 

You can display the menu to see which input sources are 
selected for the TV screen and PIP screen, and which output 
source is selected. You can also select them on the menu 
display. 

Select the symbol <= for »Video Connection« with A+ or V— and 
press OK. The VIDEO CONNECTION menu appears. 

(See Fig. 45) 


You can see which source is selected for the TV and PIP input, 
and for the output. If you want to select the input and output on 
this menu, go on to the next step. 


Select TV Screen (input source for the TV screen), PIP(input 
source for the PIP screen), or output (output source) with A+ or 
V-— and press OK. One of the source items changes colour. 


Select the desired source with A+ or V-. 
For details about each source, see the table on page 55. 


Press OK. 
The selected source is confirmed, and the cursor appears. 


Repeat steps 2 to 4 to seiect the source for other inputs or 
outputs. 


Remote Control of Other 
sony Equipment 


You can use the TV Remote Commander to control other Sony 
remote- controlled video equipment. The buttons for video 
operation have been factory-set to control most of Sony video 
equipment, such as: Beta, 8mm or VHS VCRs or video disc 
players. 

Tuning the Remote Commander to the equipment 

Set the VTR 1/2/3 MDP selector according to the equipment you 
want to control: 

VTR 1: Beta VCR 

VTR 2: 8mm VCR 

VTR 3: VHS VCR 

MDP: Video disc player 

Use the buttons indicated in the illustration to operate the 
additional equipment. 


If your video equipment is furnished with a COMMAND MODE 
selector: set this selector to the same position as the VTR 1/2/3 
MDP selector on the TV Remote Commander. 


If the equipment does not have a certain function, the corre- 
sponding button on the Remote Commander will not operate. 


Select 7 X and press OK 





For Your Information 


Troubleshooting 


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


Problem 
No picture (screen is dark), no sound 


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


Poor picture quality when watching an RGB 
video source 


Good picture but poor or no sound 


No colour for colour programmes 


Remote Commander does not function. 


Solution 
* Plug the TV in, 


¢ Press © on the TV. (If © indicator is on, press © or a programme number 
on the Remote Commander.) 


* Check the aerial connection. 
* Check if the selected video source is on. 
* Turn the TV off for 3 or 4 seconds and then turn it on again using ©. 


* Press @ to enter the PICTURE CONTROL menu and adjust 
»Brightness«, »Contrast« and »Colour«. 


¢ Press -2) repeatedly to select £4. 


*Press «J +. 
* if % is displayed on the screen, press . 
e Check the connections of the loudspeakers. 


¢ Press @ to enter the PICTURE CONTROL menu, select RESET, then 
press OK. 


« Replace batteries. 


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


2-1. REAR COVER REMOVAL 





Push the claw of the rear 
cover in the direction of the 
arrow and remove. 


Rear Cover 


2-3. SERVICE POSITION 





SECTION 2 
DISASSEMBLY 









wey (1) One screw 


(BVTP 4x16) Push the claw of the 


Four screws 


(BVTP 4x16) 


(3) Four screws 
(BVTP 4x16) 


2-2. CHASSIS ASSY AND H BRACKET REMOVAL 








chassis in the direction of 
the arrow and remove. 


Push the claw of the bracket in the 
direction of the arrow and remove. 
Pull the claw of the bracket 
in the direction of the arrow 
and remove. 


G Board 


L36¢c-A» 


Push the claw of the bracket in the 
direction of the arrow and remove. 


L36¢-A»I 


2-5. WIRE DRESSING 2-6. PICTURE TUBE REMOVAL 


CN0622 
CNO0007 


CNO722 


Cushion DGC 


Pas Clip DGC 


Degaussing coil 


(7) Clip DGC ya & 









Spring extension 


Je Chassis assy 





G Board 


e REMOVAL OF ANODE-CAP 


Note: Short circuit the anode of the picture tube and the anode cap to the metal chassis, CRT shield or 
carbon paint on the CRT, after removing the anode. A0 Four PT screws 


OP Ek 
f 
i 


* REMOVING PROCEDURES. 
5) Deflection yoke 
(1) Anode cap 7 : 





G) Turn up one side of the rubber cap in (2) Using a thumb pull up the rubber cap G) When one side of the rubber cap is 
the direction indicated by the arrow (a) firmly in the direction indicated by the separated from the anode button, the INS 
' 





arrow (6) anode-cap can be removed by turning 
up the rubber cap and pulling it up in 
the direction of the arrow 


< SS . {| 
e HOW TO HANDLE AN ANODE-CAP = 
(1) Don't damage the surface of anode-cap with sharp shaped material ! 41) Picture tube < 
(2) Don't press the rubber hardly not to hurt inside of anode-caps ! 
A metal fitting called as shatter-hook terminal is built into the rubber. 
(3) Don’t turn the foot of rubber over hardly ! 7 
Cushion 
ee 


The shatter-hook terminal will stick out or damage the rubber. 





KV-29E1 


SECTION 3 
SET-UP ADJUSTMENTS 


¢ When complete readjustment is necessary or a new picture 
tube is installed, carry out the following adjustments. 

¢ Unless there are specific instructions to the contrary, carry 
out these adjustment with the rated power supply. 

¢ Unless there are specific instructions to the contrary, set the 
controls and switches as follows. 


normal 
normal 


Contrast ............ 
Brightness ......... 


3-1. BEAM LANDING 


Preparation: 

1. Inorder to reduce the influence of geomagnetism on the set’s 
picture tube face it in an easterly or westerly direction. 

2. Switch on the set’s power and degauss with the degausser. 


(1) Adjustment of Correction Magnet for Y-Splitting 
Axis 


1. Input a crosshatch signal from the pattern generator. 

2. Picture control is minimum and brightness control is still 
normal. 

3. Position the neck assy as shown in Fig. 3-2. 

4. Move the deflection yoke forward to touch the CRT and it 
stands up rightly. 

5. Adjust the upper pin and the lower pin symmetrically by 
opening or closing the Y-splitting axis correction magnets 
on the neck assy. 

6. Return the deflection yoke to its original position. 






* Carry out the following adjustments in this order: 
3-1. Beam landing 

3-2. Convergence 

3-3. Focus | 

3-4, White balance 


Note: Testing equipment required. 
1. Colour bar/pattern generator 
2. Degausser 
3. Vector scope 


(2) Landing 


Note: Before carrying out the following adjustments adjust the 

magnets as indicated below (See Fig.3-3). 

1. Input an all-white signal from the pattern generator. 
Maximize the picture setting and adjust the brightness setting. 

2. Rough-adjust the focus and horizontal convergence. 

3. Loosen the deflection yoke screws, align the purity adjustment 
knob to the central position. (See Fig. 3-1) 

4. Switch from the all-white pattern to an all-green pattern. 

5. Move the deflection yoke backwards and adjust with the 
purity magnet so that the green is at the center and it aligns 
symmetrically. (See Fig. 3-4) 

6. Move the deflection yoke forward and adjust so that entire 
screen becomes green. 

7. Switch the raster signal to red, then to blue and verify the 
landing condition. 

8. When the position of the deflection yoke has been 
determined, fasten the deflection yoke with the screw. 

9. If the beam does not land correctly in all the corners, use 
magnets to correct it. (See Fig. 3-5) 


Align Pips 
on each 
magnet 


Neck assy 






Deflection yoke 
Fig.3-1 


Align the bottom edge of the neck | 
assy with the G3 hole center. Fig.3-2 


416). 


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Center dot 








Disk magnets or 
rotatable disk 

magnets correct 
these areas (a-d). 


H.STAT V.STAT 
convergence convergence magnet 
control 


hs 
= \ C Board 
| 6 
RV701 Ee O RV702 (H.STAT) 


Screen (G2) H.STAT convergence 





¢ Ifthe horizontal dots are unable to coincide with the 
variable range of the H.STAT convergence, adjust together 
with the V.STAT convergence while tracking. 
(Adjust the convergence by tilting the V.STAT convergence 
or by opening or closing the V.STAT convergence.) 


(Open) (Close) 





4. Movement of the red, green and blue dots by tilting the 
V.STAT magnet and by opening or closing the V.STAT 
magnet. 


3-2. CONVERGENCE 


(1) Screen center convergence 
(Static convergence) @) By opening or closing the V.STAT magnet, the red, green 


and blue points move as shown below 
1. Inputadot signal from the pattern generator. Normalize the 


picture setting. a | B B | 
2. (Moving horizontally), adjust the H.STAT control so that é \ __6 ey - 

the horizontal red, green and blue dots coincide at the R | R | 

center of screen. 


3. (Moving vertically), adjust the V.STAT magnet so that the @By rotating the V. STAT suamnel counter leckwiseahe 
vertical red, green and blue points coincide at the center of red,-areenand blue Gis dHOVEGS SDWE bola ‘ 
screen. | 





90 


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@)By rotating the V.STAT magnet clockwise, the red, green Layout of each control 


and blue dots move as shown below. 
Purity magnet 


| BMC (Hexapole) magnet 
oa V.STAT convergence magnet 


7 —— Y-splitting axis correction magnet 


@By opening or closing the V.STAT magnet, the red, green and il | ra ! im 





YY 





blue dots move as shown below. 





‘om JA Tl] iter = 





Fig.3-5 





¢ If you are unable to adjust the corner convergence properly, 
¢ Ifthe blue dot does not coincide with the red and green points, correct them with the use of permalloys. 
correct the points by using the BMC (Hexapole) magnet. 


© Correction for HMC (horizontal mis-convergence) and VMC 
(vertical mis-convergence) by using the BMC (Hexapole) 
msener a-d: screen-corner 
convergence defect 
@)HMC correction by BMC (Hexapole) magnet and movement 
of the electronic beam. 





HMC correction (A) HMC correction (B) 

A<B . G B A>BR GbB 
OO O O OO 
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ra ¥v 
A=BR G B A= ea G B 
OO 0 OO 
rae is 


(2) VMC correction by BMC (Hexapole) magnet and movement 
of the electronic beam. 


VMC correction (A) VMC correction (B) 
» < 
VA 
C<D C=D C>D C=D Permalloy Assy 
X-4387-214-1 
C a : - OR cf O R a OR 
G G 
D > ee ptoc™® a d 
OB OB OB OB 


Convergence adjustment with permalloy 





— 94 — 


KV-29E1 


3-3. Focus 


1. Receive a television broadcast signal. 
2. Normalize the picture setting. 
3. Adjust the focus control on the flyback transformer for the 


best focus at the center of the screen. 

Bring only the center area of the screen into focus, 

the magenta-ring appears on the screen. In this case, adjust 
the focus to optimize the screen uniformly. 


FOCUS 





3-4. Screen (G2), White balance 


(Adjustment in the service mode with 5. 
remote commander) 6. 


G2 adjustment (RV702) i 


WN 


= 


Input a dot signal from the pattern generator. 
Set the Picture, Brightness and Colour to minimum. 10 
Apply 170V DC from an external power supply to the 

R, G and B cathodes of the CRT. 

Whilst watching the picture, adjust the G2 control 11. 


RV701 [ SCREEN ] on the C board to the point just 
before the return lines disappear. 


White balance adjustment 


l. 


at 


Receive an all-white signal. 

Enter into the Service Mode by pressing ' TEST ', 
‘TEST ' and ' 01' on the Service Commander. 

Select 'CRT Driver ' from the on screen menu display 


and press ; 


The'CRT Driver CXA1840' menu will appear on screen. 


— 99 — 


CRT Driver CXA 1840 


Crt Driver CXA1840 


R DRIVE 

G DRIVE 

B DRIVE 

R CUT-OFF 
RC 

G CUT-OFF 
GC 

B CUT-OFF 
BC 


AFC MASK 


DRIVE LVL 
SUB BRT 

H SWEEP SW 
SKEW D 

OUT DC 





Set picture to MAX. 

Set the 'R DRIVE ' to 41. 

Adjust the 'G DRIVE ' and' B DRIVE’ with the LA] [¥] 
buttons so that the white balance becomes optimum. 
Press the button to write the data for each item. 
Set picture to MIN. 


. Adjust 'R CUT-OFF ','G CUT-OFF' and' B CUT-OFF ' 


with the Al IV] buttons so that the white balance becomes 
optimum. 
Press the button to write the data for each item. 


KV-29E1 


SECTION 4 
CIRCUIT ADJUSTMENTS 


4-1. ELECTRICAL ADJUSTMENTS 


Service adjustment to this model can be performed with the supplied 
remote commander, RM-831. 


HOW TO ENTER INTO SERVICE MODE 


1. Turn on the main power switch of the set while pressing the + 
(plus) and - (minus) buttons on the customer front panel. 


-Minus + Plus 





©©® aoc 


UGISI DOD ar 


© © © 





Fig. 4-1 


2. “TT” will appear on the upper right corner of the screen. 
Command operation in service mode 


Menu indication 
Item selection, data up/down 


/ 
7 
BIOL eGs 


Fig. 4-3 Selection completion, 
data writen-in 
3. Press "Test" " "Test" and 01 on the commander to get the menu 
on screen. 


TT 


Fig. 4-2 


AE -- V7-62 
Init TV 
PIP Adjust 
Adjustments 
Video Contr 
CRT Driver 
Dynamic Conv 
Video Proc 
PIP 


08/06/95 


PIP Dynamic 
Aspect / Field 


SRC 
TDA6812 
PALPLUS 
TDA9160 
TDA9145 





4. Press the [AJ and © buttons on the remote commander to select 
the adjustment item. 

5. Press the button to proceed to the next menu. 

6. If the adjustment item is ‘CRT Driver’, press the =] button to 
move to 'CRT Driver’. 

7. The Menu as indicated in Fig 4-4 will appear on the screen. 


CRT Driver CXA1840 


V POS adj 





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2 V SIZE adj 
3 V LIN BAL adj 
4  VLIN adj 
5 V SCROLL 127 
6 V ASP PAP 2 
7 H POS adj 
8 H SIZE adj 
9 H PIN CUSH 


— 
© 


H TILT adj 











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woh 





H UP COR 








jail 
nN 


H LOW COR 
AFC V BOW 
AFC V ANGLE 







V COMP 


Fig. 4-4 


8. Press the J button to move > to the adjustment item and press 
the button. 

9. Press the [4] and buttons to change the data in order to 
comply with each standard. 

10. Press the button to write data into memory. 

_ Turn off the power to quit the service mode when adjustments 

have been completed. 


KV-29E1 


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CXA1839 (VIDEO CONT) 










Adjustment item Data Amount 


SUB BRT 





SUB COL1 | 


Go 


SUB CONT1 
PIC 

HUE 

CO 


| 


BRT 
SH 


5 


SUB HUE 


—s 


0 D.COIL 


53 
31 
31 
31 
31 

ot 

11 SHP LIM of 
2 AGE WHT off 


o_o, 


3 R-Y/R 13 


14 R-Y/B 


15 G-Y/R 





16 G-Y/B 


7 RGB LEV2 
18 SUB SHP 


19 SUB FO 


20 PRE/OVER 


a 
= femme 
= emo 
i 


4 
25 VM LEVEL 2 








26 ABL MODE 


27 DYN ABL 
Y SYM SW 


AGE BLK 









CXD2035 (ASPECT) 


Tiemne | ___Adsinentton [Bannon 





CXD2030 (VIDEO PROCESSOR) 


Adjustment item 






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0 [nsec 
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CXD2033D (PIP DYNAMIC) 


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88 
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ON 
2 [were 


FRAME MPX 


Typical Value (OSD based) when receiving PAL Philips 
pattern. 


— 94 — 


DEFLECTION SYSTEM ADJUSTMENT : 


1. Enter into the service mode and select 'CRT Driver'.The 
‘CRT Driver CXA1840' adjustment menu will be displayed. 
2. Select and adjust each item in order to get an optimum image. 






1 


—_l. 





N 


7 


12 
13 


14 


5 
6 
t 


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Adjustment item 
V POS 
V SIZE 


V LIN BAL 
V LIN 


V SCROLL 
V ASP PAP 
H POS 


H PIN CUSH 
H TILT 

H UP COR 

H LOW COR 
AFC V BOW 
AFC V ANGLE 
V COMP 

H COMP 

WV CENT RF 
WV AREA RF 
W CENT VCR 
W AREA VCR 





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= 
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=) 








Data Amount 


127 


—_ 
& 
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H SIZE 


| 


: 


H PIN CUSH 


| 


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H TILT 


| 


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JOSeeo00un 


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| HOOOU 


H UP COR 


HL 


O 


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To 


AFC V ANGLE 


| 


H POS 


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3. Press button to write the data. 


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If the menu display prevents viewing the screen while carrying out 
the adjustments, it can be removed by pressing (XK on the remote 
commander. Pressing (XK once again will restore the menu on screen. 


— 95 — 


KV-29E1 


4-2. VOLUME ELECTRICAL ADJUSTMENTS 
AGC Adjustment (IF Block) 


O® | 


- IF Block top side - 
Fig. 4-5 


—y 
* 


Receive an off-air signal. 


2. Adjust the AGC VR so that there is no snow noise and 
cross-modulation visible on the screen. 
3. Change the receiving channel and confirm status. 


Sub Brightness Adjustment 


Input a Phillips pattern. 

Select 'RESET' from the menu to normalize the set. 

Set the CONTRAST to minimum. 

Press "Test" "Test" and 01 on the remote commander. 

Adjust the BRIGHTNESS with the +/- buttons on the remote 
commander after selection of ‘Sub Bright' so that the O IRE section 
of the gray scale is completely cut off and the 20 IRE section is only 
just visible on the screen. 

Press 'MENU' and '0' twice to release Test mode 2. 

Select 'RESET' from the menu to normalize the set. 


dae a a 


ao 


Picture Rotation Adjustment 


— 
SJ 


Input a PAL color bar signal. 


2. Press the button on the commander to get the menu on 
screen. 
3. Press the |4| and ) buttons of the commander and move > to 


PRESET/TIMER followed by INSTALLATION and PICTURE 
ROTATION. 


PRESET/TIMER 


INSTALLATION 


FURTHER PRO 






> INSTALLATION 
Select < > and press OK. 






PICTURE ROTATION 
Select < > and press OK. 


a 





Fig. 4-6 


— 96 — 


4-3. TEST MODE 2: 


KV-29E1 


Is available by pressing the Test button twice, OSD “TT” appears. The functions described below are available by pressing the two numbers. To 
release Test Mode 2, press 0, 10, 20... twice or switch the TV into Standby Mode. Pressing the two Local Control buttons (+ and—) during Power 


ON will also switch into "TT" mode. 


In T'T mode, it is possible to remove the Menu from the screen by pressing the Speaker Off button once. Pressing the Speaker OFF button a second 
time will cause the menu to reappear . The Function is kept even when the menu is not displayed!! 














Service Menu in "Service Mode" 


Service Menu in "Production Mode" 


| 08 Set Volume to 80% 

Aging mode : 
Shipping condition (Production request) 

To ensure that all TV sets leave the Production with the 
same pressettings. Programme 1 is selected, AV IN is 
set to AV1, AV Out is set to TV Out, Volume and HP 
Volume is set to 35%, Resolution is set to high, Format is 
set to 4:3, Pip is set to Top Left position, Pip is switched 
off, TT mode is switched off, all analogue values are set 
to the reset setting, space Sound - Equalizer - Loudness 
= Off, DNR off, Dig. Mode = 1, Wide Zoom Mode for 28W 
models, Menu Language Reset, Prog. Pointer table reset 
Non Interlace is allowed in Text mode. 
















Language reset. With this function the "Language Byte" 
in the NVM (Bank OAAH Address ODCH) is erased (set to 
OFFH). The Language Menu appears now automatically 
when the TV set is switched ON as long as no new 
language is selected. 


The TT number will be deleted. 

All numbers with 0 (10, 20, 30, 40, 50, 60, 70, 80, 90) will 
reset the TT number. A new number can be selected. TT 
display is kept 





Direct access to Balance. With Cursor Up/Down the 
Balance can be controlled (w/o OSD, Menu display) 
Direct access to Hue. With Cursor Up/Down the Hue can 
be controlled (w/o OSD, Menu display) 

Dispaly of Software Version and TV set configuration 
Production Info Display 


Read factory setting from ROM (Program code) and store 
this data at Last Power Memory data location (The 
previous last power memory data is overwritten) 

AE3 has 3 packages of Analogue data: 

1. Last Power memory data. This data is sent 
continiously to the corresponding IC's (TDA1839, SC, 
TDA6812) with this data the TV picture/sound appears. 

2. Reset data. By presssing "Reset" in the menu this data 
is transfered from Reset Data location to the Last Power 
data location in the NVM. 

That means the Last Power Memory Data is overwritten 
by the Reset data last Power memory and Reset data is 
now the same. 

3. Factory fixed data. Fixed data is held in the ROM code 
of the micro processor (ROM can't be changed) 















15 












Save actual Last Power Memory data at Reset Data 
location )The previous Reset data is overwritten) 










With these two functions, it is possible to preset user 
15/16 | defined Reset values (just TT16) or to preset factory 
defined Reset values (first TT15 then TT16) 







This function presets the Labels for the AV sources: 
AV1, RGB, AV2, YC2, AV3, YC3, AV4, YC4. 


_ 
~ 


18 Text possible On/Off selection of Text (toggle function) 


Direct access to Stereo Separation 
With cursor Up/Down the Stereo separation can be 


— 
© 





adjusted (w/o OSD, Menu display) 


20 see T¥10 


214 Picture Rotation automatic function : (-4) -> (+4) -> 0 


Operating Timer and Error Monitor display 


Direct access to Sub Brightness Adjustment 
With cursor Up/Down the Sub BRT can be adjusted (w/o 
OSD, Menu display) 


NO 
G 


Direct access to Sub Color. With Cursor Up/Down the 
Sub Color can be adjusted. 


N 


N 


Status menu display (SubController, CXA1840 Status, 
Main Controller. 


26 Text Character selection (Char set 06 ->West Europe) 


N 


27 Text Character selection (Char set 38 ->East Europe) 


Text Character selection (Char set 40 ->West Europe) 
US English 


NO 
© 


Text Character selection (Char set 55 ->West Europe) 
Turkish 


see TT10 


© 


30 
31 Text Character selection Char set Russian 


32 Text Character selection Char set Greek 





Programme catching test (Programme catching can be 
released by "Menu commana") 


ioe) 





Multi PIP adjustment. Direct access to 3.58 horizontal 
write position. With Cursor Up/Down the 3.58 H write 
Pos can be adjusted (w/o OSD, Menu display). 










Multi PIP adjustment. Direct access to 4.43 horizontal 
write position. With Cursor Up/Down the 4.43 H write 
Pos can be adjusted (w/o OSD, Menu display). 





35 






> 





36 Mix Register 112 = intern display clock 





37 Mtx Register 112 = extern display clock 


> y ees 


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i 






Automatic selection of Screen Modes: (not for S (4:3) 
38 Models. 4:3 -> Zoom -> Zoom up -> Zoom Center -> 
Zoom down -> Zoom Center -> smart -> (if Pal+ signal) 
PALPLUS -> wide. 
39 Reset Programme Table (NVM Bank O0ACH) The sorting 
of programmes in "Programme Sorting Menu" is reset. 
Set NVM to Protect mode (Bank OAEH Adr. OFFH write 
45 | with 0) 


Set Dolby default values. 















ACI disable. 


3 +| ACI enable. 











64 Reset ail 1IC Slave commands (Production use) 







65 Reset stored error codes in NVM. 


Reset for PALpius local controller and Sub Controller. 


Direct access to Headphone Volume. With cursor 
Up/Down the Headphone Volume can be controlled (w/o 
OSD, menu display) (Production use) 


oO? 
~“ 







ignore errors. 
reset ignore errors (show errors) 


70 see TT10 


IR Channel Pressetting Mode. The channel pressetting 


can be done by a Special IR transmitter 
Sequence: TT46 -> -- PR Number select dispaly appears 

Select Prog. No from where the channel shall 

be stored. 

--> Now TV is waiting for IR sequence <-- 

--> If no IR transmission starts TT46 is 
released after 20 secs <-- !Note: When TT46 is active, 
any transmission 
will be interpreted as PROG data ! 


Direct access to Headphone Source Selection 
(Production use) 


7 
Direct access to AGC Adjustment (PWM) output. 


The EEPROM Tesibyte is erased. After Power OFF -> 

ON the complete EEPROM data (exept channel tables) is 

overwritten. EEPROM Protection byte is set to 0 
protection mode 

pe [sere 

| st Strobo mode is activated. 

se [rowmiion 


50 
52 
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71 Picture Rotation Function On/Off toggle. 


72 Dolby register setting menu. 















Megatext RGB textlevel one step decreased (max3 
steps down starting from E0h) (Production use) 


wo 


Megatext RGB textlevel one step decreased (max 1 
steps down starting from EOh) (Production use) 


rs 


75 reserved 


4 







76 CXD 2030 Default data setting. 


77 CXD 2031 Default data setting 


78 CXD 2032 Default data setting 


79 CXD 2033 Default data setting 
see TT10 
CXD 2033D Default data setting 


CXD 2035 Default data setting 


83 | CXA 1526 Default data setting 


84 CXA 1839 Default data setting 





CXA 1840 Default data setting 
TDA 9145 Default data setting 


87 TDA 9160 Default data setting 


be 
co 


no function 








see TT10 








— 28 — 


4-4. ERROR MONITOR AND DETECTION 


In the menu 'Error Monitor’, information about the error status of 
the set is displayed. 

¢ Actual operating time 

e Last five errors which are stored in the NVM. 

e Actual error. 


Error Monitor 
Operating Time 
000355 h 35min 


Saved Errors 
1. 40h=D1 Board 
.. 60h=Q Board 
70h=T Board 
. OOh=no error occured 
. OOh=no error occured 


Actual Error 


-> OOh=no error occured 





to reset the NVM press 'TT' 65 


Additionally the Error Reader can be connected to the service connector 
to read out the actual errors. 


The device check itself is active while the TV set is running out of 
stand-by mode. The devices are checked by sending an I?C start 
sequence and if there is no acknowledgement back from the devices 
it is regarded as an error. Each device is checked three times and if 
at every attempt there is no reply from the relevant device an error 
is given. To read the error codes press 'TT' followed by 22 on the 
commander to view the Error Monitor menu. 


To reset the error codes in the NVM press 'TT' followed by 65 on 
the remote commander. 
TABLE OF ERROR CODES 

Error 


oooh no error has occured 


iC 1 and IIC 2 
ooth | IlC 1 andlIC 2 hiachaded 


002h | 1IC 1 1IC1 is blockaded 
003h | IIC2 IC 2 is blockaded 
010h A Board is defective 


020h | Ai Board Ai Board is defective 
BX-Board B, B1, or B2 Board is 

030h | (6,B1,B2) defective 

040h | D1 Board D1 Board defect 

050h J Board defect 








Description Board 















Error 
Code 


O60h 
070h 


011h 


012h 


013h 


014h 


015h 


016h 


017h 


018h 


019h 


O21h | TDA6622 





022h 





031h | CXD2030R 










Audio processor of the 
Center and Surround 
channel in the case of 
Dolby Prologic does 
not respond. 


TDA7317 No response from the 
Equalizer. 


No response from the 
Digital Video 
Processor. 


KV-29E1 


7 


Q Board Q Board defect 
T Board T Board defect 


CXP85332 No response from the A 
Subcontroller 
No response from the 
No response from the 
eral Megatext IC i. 
TDA6B12 No response from the A 
Sound Processor 
SAA7283 No response from the A 
Nicam Decoder 
UV916H No response from the A 
Main Tuner 
CXA18390 No response from the A 
Video Controller 
No response from the 
ene CRT Driver ‘ 
No response from 
RGB8443 RGB/YUV A 


a 


B/B1 


032h | CXD2031R be Tahonee lorie Bt 
Twin Picture IC. 


033h | CXD2032R 


No response from the 
Oe) Re aveteer Picture in Picture IC. 


035h | CXD2035R 


036h | TDA9160 


037h | TDA9145 


041h 


O51h 


83065202 


071h 


072h | CXA1875 


— 99 — 


No response from the 
Digital Sampling Rate 
Converter. 


No response from the 
Aspect Converter. 


No response from the 
Chroma Decoder. 


No response from the 
Chroma Decoder (on 
French models only.) 


CXA1526 No response from the 
Convergence IC. 
No response from the 
apne AV-Switch 


No response from the 
Local Controller. 


UV1316/TSA5526 No response from the T 
Subtuner. 


No response from the 
Port Expander. 









B/B1 


B/B1 


B/B1 


ou 
nN 


D1 
J 


Tt 


KV-29E1 


4-5. LED Error Blinking 


In addition to the Error Monitor facility there is an additional error indicator which indicates the most important errors also in the case of IIC error 
and Megatext error in opposition to the error monitor. 
The error is recorded by counting the number of times that LED B blinks. This facility also works while in stand-by mode. 


LED Error Code. 


number of LED B Descrsion 
blinking P 






Ete ae CXP85332 subcontroller error 
Ez ae CXD2030R error of Digital Video Processor B/B1 

[ay SS CXD2032R error of Digital Sampling Rate Converter | B/B1 

ps5 | 6 CXD2035R error of Aspect Converter 
Le. oe TDA1839 error of Video Controller A 
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V-Protection 
(In this case the TV set is switched of immediately) 


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DIAGRAMS 





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KV-29C3B ONLY 


TV SYSTEM 
FILTER 


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SCL ae Y IN AV-2 
TO A BOARD 5 42) C IN AV-2 PIP CVBS OUT (17) 
(2/2) TV ID Ro LIN AV-2 L OUT PIP 
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CNO0001 


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Q620,624 Q613,614 

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5-2. CIRCUIT BOARDS LOCATION 


A BOARD | 1 1 2 | 3 | 4 s | 6 


1C101 
IC102 
IC104 
IC201 
IC302 
IC303 
1C1001 
IC1002 
IC1003 
IC1004 
IC1401 
IC1403 
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5-3. SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS AND PRINTED WIRING BOARDS 


Note : Reference information 
: All capacitors are in UF unless otherwise noted. pF: UyF RESISTOR > RN METAL FILM 
5OWV or less are not indicated except for electrolytic and : RC SOLID 
tantalums. >FPRD NONFLAMMABLE CARBON 
° All resistors are in ohms. >FUSE NONFLAMMABLE FUSIBLE 
k = 1000 ,M =1000K >RS NONFLAMMABLE METAL OXIDE 
= Indication of resistance, which does not have one for rating RB NONFLAMMABLE CEMENT 
electrical power, is as follows. : RW NONFLAMMABLE WIREWOUND 
>< ADJUSTABLE RESISTOR 


Pitch : 5 mm COIL >LF-8L MICRO INDUCTOR 
Rating electrical power 4 W CAPACITOR :TA TANTALUM 
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¢ (Co _ 1] : panel designation, or adjustment for repair. >MPS  METALIZED POLYESTER 
° All variable and adjustable resistors have characteristic curve : MPP METALIZED POLYPROPYLENE 
B, unless otherwise noted. : ALB BIPOLAR 
° alk : earth - ground. : ALT HIGH TEMPERATURE 
: 17 : earth - chassis. > ALR HIGH RIPPLE 
. +e : no mounted. 
a as ° Readings are taker: with a colour-bar signal input. 
Note : The components identified by shading and marked : Readings are taken with 1OMQ digital multimeter. 
4 are critical for safety. Replace only with the ° Voltages are de with respect to ground unless otherwise noted. 
Part HUMver SPecHied: ° Voltage variations may be noted due to normal production 
. : tolerances. 
: Les composants identifies par une trame et une : All voltages are in V. 
marque 4 sont critiques pour la securite. ° Circled numbers ave waveform references. 





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