KV-XG29N90 — Sony TV Service Manual (repair manual)

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KV-XG29N90
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Service Manual
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MODEL
COMMANDER DEST.
CHASSIS NO.
KV-XG29N90
RM-915 Taiwan
SCC-P13K-A
MODEL
COMMANDER DEST. CHASSIS NO.
CHASSIS
TRINITRON 
®
 
COLOR TV
SERVICE MANUAL
BG-3S
– 2 –
KV-XG29N90
RM-915
SPECIFICATIONS
Note
Power requirements
110 V AC, 60 Hz
Power consumption (W) Indicated on the rear of the TV
Television system
M
Color system
PAL*, PAL 60*, SECAM*, NTSC4.43*, NTSC3.58
* AV IN only
Stereo/ Bilingual system MTS
Channel coverage
VHF : 2 to 13
UHF : 14 to 69
CATV : 1 to 125
˘
˘
˘
˘
˘ (Antenna)
75-ohm external terminal
Audio output
5W + 5W
Number of terminal
(Video)
Input: 3*
Output: 1
Phono jacks; 1 V
P-P
, 75 ohms
* Two input lines available
Audio
Input: 3*
Output: 1
Phono jacks; 500 mVrms
* Two input lines available
2
(Headphone)
Output: 1
Minijack
Picture tube
29 inch
Tube size (cm)
72
Measured diagonally
Screen size (cm)
68
Measured diagonally
Dimension (w/h/d, mm)
794 
× 573 × 517
Mass (kg)
48
Design and specifications are subject to change without notice.
SAFETY-RELATED COMPONENT WARNING!!
COMPONENTS IDENTIFIED BY SHADING AND MARK ! ON
THE SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS, EXPLODED VIEWS AND IN THE
PARTS LIST ARE CRITICAL TO SAFE OPERATION. REPLACE
THESE COMPONENTS WITH SONY PARTS WHOSE PART
NUMBERS APPEAR AS SHOWN IN THIS MANUAL OR IN
SUPPLEMENTS PUBLISHED BY SONY.
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.
– 3 –
KV-XG29N90
RM-915
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Section
Title
Page
SELF DIAGNOSIS FUNCTION
................................
4
1. GENERAL
........................................................................
8
2. DISASSEMBLY
2-1.
Rear Cover Removal ................................................ 19
2-2.
Speaker Removal ..................................................... 19
2-3.
Chassis Assy  Removal ............................................. 19
2-4.
Service Position ....................................................... 19
2-5.
Replacement of Parts ............................................... 20
2-5-1. Replacement of Control Button .....................................
20
2-5-2. Replacement of Light Guide ..........................................
20
2-6.
D3 Board Removal .................................................. 20
2-7.
Terminal Bracket Removal ...................................... 20
2-8.
H2 Board Removal .................................................. 21
2-9.
A and B6 Boards Removal ...................................... 21
2-10. Picture Tube Removal .............................................. 21
3. SET-UP ADJUSTMENTS
3-1.
Beam Landing .......................................................... 23
3-2.
Convergence ............................................................. 24
3-3.
Focus Adjustment .................................................... 26
3-4.
G2 (Screen) and White Balance Adjustments ......... 27
4. CIRCUIT ADJUSTMENT
4-1.
Adjustments with Commander ................................ 28
4-2.
Adjustment Method ................................................. 29
4-3.
Picture Quality Adjustments .................................... 34
4-4.
A Board Adjustment After IC003 (Memory)
Replacement............................................................. 34
4-5.
Picture Distortion Adjustment ................................. 35
Section
Title
Page
5. DIAGRAMS
5-1.
Block Diagram ......................................................... 37
5-2.
Frame Schematic Diagram ...................................... 40
5-3
Circuit Boards Location .......................................... 43
5-4.
Schematic Diagrams and Printed Wiring Boards ... 44
(1)
Schematic Diagram of A (1/2) Board ...................... 47
(2)
Schematic Diagrams of A (2/2) and D3 Boards ..... 51
(3)
Schematic Diagram of C6 Board ............................... 57
(4)
Schematic Diagrams of H2 and VM1 Boards ......... 59
(5)
Schematic Diagram of B6 Board ............................ 67
5-5.
Semiconductors ........................................................ 70
6. EXPLODED VIEWS
6-1.
Speaker Bracket ....................................................... 73
6-2.
Chassis ..................................................................... 74
6-3.
Picture Tube ............................................................. 75
7. ELECTRICAL PARTS LIST
....................................... 76
– 4 –
KV-XG29N90
RM-915
The units in this manual contain a self-diagnostic function. If an error occurs, the STANDBY/TIMER lamp will automatically
begin to flash.
The number of times the lamp flashes translates to a probable source of the problem. A definition of the STANDBY/TIMER
lamp flash 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.
1.
DIAGNOSTIC TEST INDICATORS
When an errors occurs, the STANDBY/TIMER lamp will flash a set number of times to indicate the possible cause of the
problem. If there is more than one error, the lamp will identify the first of the problem areas.
Result for all of the following diagnostic items are displayed on screen. No error has occured if the screen displays a “0”.
Diagnostic
Item
Description
• Power does not
turn on
• +B overcurrent
(OCP) or
overvoltage
(OVP)
• Vertical deflection
stopped
• Horizontal
deflection
overdrive
• White balance
failure (no
PICTURE)
• Micro reset
Detected
Symptoms
• Power does not come on.
• No power is supplied to the
TV.
• AC power supply is faulty.
• Power does not come on.
• Load on power line is
shorted.
• Has entered standby state
after horizontal raster.
• Vertical deflection pulse is
stopped.
• Power line is shorted or
power supply is stopped.
• No raster is generated.
• CRT cathode current
detection reference pulse
output is small.
• Power is shut down shortly,
after this return back to
normal.
• Detect Micro latch up.
Note 1: If a + B overcurrent is detected, stoppage of the vertical deflection is detected simultaneously.
The symptom that is diagnosed first by the microcontroller is displayed on the screen.
Note 2: Refer to screen (G2) Adjustment in section 3-4 of this manual.
SELF DIAGNOSTIC FUNCTION
No. of times
STANDBY/TIMER
lamp flashes
Does not light
2 times
5 times
Self-diagnostic
display/Diagnostic
result
002:000 or
002:001~255
003:001~255
004:001~255
at the same time
005:000 or
005:001~225
101:00 or
101:001~225
Probable
Cause
Location
• Power cord is not plugged
in.
• Fuse is burned out F8601
(B6)
• H.OUT Q511 is shorted. (A
board)
• IC1800 is shorted. (C6
board)
• -13V is not supplied. (A
board)
• IC 503 faulty (A board)
• G2 is improperly adjusted.
(Note 2)
• CRT problem.
• Video OUT is faulty. (C6
board)
• IC301 is faulty. (A board)
• No connection A board to
C6 board.
• Discharge CRT (C6 Board)
• Static discharge
• External noise
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