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SERVICE MANUAL

MODEL
COMMANDER DEST.
KV-HW21P50
RM-W101 Nigeria
CHASSIS NO.
MODEL
SCC-V08A-A
TRINITRON
BX1
CHASSIS
COMMANDER DEST. CHASSIS NO.
RM-W101
COLOR TV
®

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  • Page 1: Service Manual

    SERVICE MANUAL CHASSIS MODEL COMMANDER DEST. CHASSIS NO. MODEL COMMANDER DEST. CHASSIS NO. KV-HW21P50 RM-W101 Nigeria SCC-V08A-A RM-W101 TRINITRON COLOR TV ®...
  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    THE PARTS LIST ARE CRITICAL TO SAFE OPERATION. OR CARBON PAINTED ON THE CRT, AFTER REMOVING THE REPLACE THESE COMPONENTS WITH SONY PARTS ANODE. WHOSE PART NUMBERS APPEAR AS SHOWN IN THIS MANUAL OR IN SUPPLEMENTS PUBLISHED BY SONY. – 2 –...
  • Page 3: Self Diagnostic Function

    KV-HW21P50 RM-W101 SELF DIAGNOSTIC FUNCTION The units in this manual contain a self diagnostic function. If an error occurs, the STANDBY (1) indicator will automatically begin to flash. A description of the self-diagnosis function is explained in the instruction manual. The number of times the STANDBY (1) indicator flashes translates to a probable source of the problem.
  • Page 4 KV-HW21P50 RM-W101 2. DISPLAY OF INDICATOR STANDBY (1) FLASH COUNT Diagnostic Item Flash Count* +B overcurrent 2 times V-Protect 4 times IK (AKB) 5 times Power Supply NG (+5V) 8 times for Video processor * One flash count is not used for self-diagnosis.
  • Page 5 KV-HW21P50 RM-W101 5. HANDLING OF SELF-DIAGNOSTIC SCREEN DISPLAY Since the diagnostic results displayed on the screen are not automatically cleared, always check the self-diagnostic screen during repairs. When you have completed the repairs, clear the result display to "0". Unless the result display is cleared to "0", the self-diagnosis function will not be able to detect subsequent faults after completion of the repairs.
  • Page 6: Disassembly

    KV-HW21P50 RM-W101 SECTION 1 DISASSEMBLY 1-1. REAR COVER REMOVAL 1-2. SPEAKER REMOVAL 1 Eight screws (BVTP 4 × 16) 1 Two screws (WH DIA.16) (+P4 × 16) 2 Rear cover 1-3. CHASSIS ASSY REMOVAL 1-4. SERVICE POSITION 1-5. TERMINAL BRACKET REMOVAL 1-6.
  • Page 7: Picture Tube Removal

    KV-HW21P50 RM-W101 1-7. PICTURE TUBE REMOVAL Note: • Please make sure the TV set is not in standing position before removing necessary CRT support located on bottom right and left. 1) Place the TV set with the CRT face down on a cushion jig.
  • Page 8: Set-up Adjustments

    KV-HW21P50 RM-W101 SECTION 2 SET-UP ADJUSTMENTS • The following adjustments should be made when a Perform the adjustments in the following order : complete realignment is required or a new picture 1. Beam Landing tube is installed. 2. Convergence 3. Focus Set the controls as follows unless otherwise noted: 4.
  • Page 9: Convergence

    KV-HW21P50 RM-W101 Operation of V.STAT magnet 2-2. CONVERGENCE If the V.Stat magnet is moved in the “A” and “B” arrows, • Before starting this adjustment, adjust the focus, the red, green and blue dots moves as shown below. horizontal size and vertical size.
  • Page 10 KV-HW21P50 RM-W101 (2) Convergence Rough Adjustment Preparation: • Before starting this adjustment, adjust the horizontal static convergence and the vertical static convergence Insert Correction Plate to DY Pocket ON DY: (Left or Right) YCH Insert YCH VOL on DY Rotate TLV...
  • Page 11: Focus Adjustment

    KV-HW21P50 RM-W101 2-3. FOCUS ADJUSTMENT 2-5. WHITE BALANCE ADJUSTMENT FOCUS adjustment should be completed before the W/B 1. Set to Service Mode (Refer Section 3-1: adjustment: ADJUSTMENTS WITH COMMANDER) 1. Receive digital monoscope pattern. 2. Input white raster signal. 2. Set picture mode: DYNAMIC.
  • Page 12: Circuit Adjustments

    VDSP Detected Stereo Type (Direct Value from CZ_ Stereo_Mode) Needed for Nicam DCXO aligment Purpose S : for Sony A : Aiwa Value of x = 0 - Unknown, 1 - BTSC, 2 - A2, 3 - NICAM, : US/Latin/Taiwan...
  • Page 13: Adjustment Method

    KV-HW21P50 RM-W101 e. OTHER FUNCTION VIA REMOTE COMMANDER 7, - All the data becomes the values in memory. 8, - All user control goes to the standard state. Display, - Service data initialization (Be sure not to use usually.) 2, 5 Select Device or Category 3-2.
  • Page 15 i t c n a n o y t i l . t i n I e g n c n u n o i t e l b N & e t o e c i r d d s s e n I / l a i t i...
  • Page 23 KV-HW21P50 RM-W101 Data Variant depend on models Category Name Model Data WHBL With VM A864 Without VM A864 With VM A865 Without VM A865 With VM A866 Without VM A866 Category Name Model Data With VM A87D Without VM A87D...
  • Page 24 KV-HW21P50 RM-W101 ITEM INFORMATION No. OPB1 Item Speed Search M/N(US) L’ KV-HW21P50 SPEED SEARCH (Time of speed search) 00 = disabled (original cycle speed) 01 = 4 time speed from the original 10 = 6 time speed from the original...
  • Page 25 KV-HW21P50 RM-W101 No. OPB4 Item Firmware/ 1 spk Equalizer Surround V-Chip Text SMAT Models KV-HW21P50 Firmware (SSD Firmware Downloading) 0 = disabled, 1 = enabled SMAT Surround Matrix 0 = Active, 1 = Passive 1 spk Models 1 Speaker Models...
  • Page 26: Picture Quality Adjustment

    KV-HW21P50 RM-W101 3-3. PICTURE QUALITY ADJUSTMENTS SUB HUE ADJUSTMENT PMX/CONTRAST ADJUSTMENT 1. Select Video. 2. Input a NTSC 3.58 Color Bar to TV set. 1. Select Video Mode. 3. Set the following condition: 2. Input PAL CB to TV set.
  • Page 27: Drive Adjustment

    KV-HW21P50 RM-W101 WIDE MODE (50Hz) WIDE MODE (60Hz) (V-Compression Adjustment) (V-Compression Adjustment) 1. Input SPCB signal. 1. Input mono scope signal. 2. Adjust condition change to WIDE MODE : ON 2. Adjust condition change to WIDE MODE : ON 3. Copy (Item from normal mode 50Hz) all Normal 3.
  • Page 28: Picture Distortion Adjustment

    KV-HW21P50 RM-W101 V. LINEARITY (VLIN), V. CORRECTION (SCOR), PIN 3-6. PICTURE DISTORTION ADJUSTMENT AMP (EWPW), AND HORIZONTAL TRAPEZOID H. CENTER ADJUSTMENT (HPOS) (EWTZ) ADJUSTMENTS 1. Input NTSC Monoscope signal. 1. Input NTSC Monoscope signal. 2. Activate the Service Adjustment Mode.
  • Page 29: Diagrams

    KV-HW21P50 KV-HW21P50 RM-W101 RM-W101 SECTION 4 DIAGRAMS 4-1. BLOCK DIAGRAM CISPR/ AC in ~ 110-220V MAIN Power Supply +B line VIF SAW FSS TUNER 3.3/5V AUDIO VCC AGCin SIF SAW STBY 3.3V 3.3V Relay 33.SNDIF 29~30.SIF1~2 24-5.VIF1~2 44.Intco 115.P3.0 RGB Amp VIF &...
  • Page 30: Circuit Boards Location

    KV-HW21P50 RM-W101 4-2. CIRCUIT BOARDS LOCATION C Board A Board 4-3. SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM Note: Reference information All capacitors are in µF unless otherwise noted. • RESISTOR : RN METAL FILM • All electrolytic capacitors are rated at 50V unless otherwise...
  • Page 31: A Board - Processor (block A)

    KV-HW21P50 KV-HW21P50 RM-W101 RM-W101 4-3-1. A Board — Processor (Block A) CN007 TO A BOARD CN009 (JACK) CN905 CN003 CN004 TO C BOARD CN711 TO C BOARD CN701 C005 C006 U IN R377 1.5k CHIP PROCESSOR (BLOCK A) D066 3.3V...
  • Page 32: A Board - Audio (block B)

    KV-HW21P50 KV-HW21P50 RM-W101 RM-W101 4-3-2. A Board — Audio (Block B) CN201 J201 J200 177078622 J202 CN200 CN202 TO J BOARD CN3400 R238 AUDIO (BLOCK B) CHIP R239 R237 CHIP CHIP C235 C234 470P 470p CHIP R233 CHIP C217 FPRD...
  • Page 33: A Board - Power Supply (block C)

    KV-HW21P50 KV-HW21P50 RM-W101 RM-W101 4-3-3. A Board — Power Supply (Block C) C672 0.01 C675 3.3V B:CHIP 3.3V (C1) To A3,D18 C641 POWER SUPPLY IC606 (BLOCK C) BA033T D635 3.3V REG PDZ3.6B-115 1.8V_MAIN (C2) To A49 JW1665 C685 C662 17.5...
  • Page 34: A Board - Deflection (block D)

    KV-HW21P50 KV-HW21P50 RM-W101 RM-W101 4-3-4. A Board — Deflection (Block D) R305 CHIP DEFLECTION C078 R307 IC804 R300 STV9302A (BLOCK D) CHIP V-OUT CHIP CHIP T802 T801 To A66 (D19) PH2LF R881 NX-4751//M3A4 R303 :CHIP 2.2M C855 C863 T801-1 CHIP...
  • Page 35: A Board - Tuner (block E)

    KV-HW21P50 KV-HW21P50 RM-W101 RM-W101 4-3-5. A Board — Tuner (Block E) SWF103 SWF101 O SWF FILTER SURFACE WAVE TU102 SWF100 TUNER (TEDE9) 157716912 (BLOCK E) FILTER SURFACE WAVE C138 R112 2200P B:CHIP D102 CHIP JR1100 R106 L101 4.7K TU101 XX CHIP 1.2UH...
  • Page 36: A Board - Jack (block F)

    KV-HW21P50 KV-HW21P50 RM-W101 RM-W101 4-3-6. A Board — Jack (Block F) CN903 CN904 JR1903 C966 CHIP To E17 (F30) TU-AGC L902 To A63 (F29) B_INT R9031 47uH To A62 (F28) B_DAT R9028 CHIP JACK To A64 (F27) B_CLK CHIP C956...
  • Page 38: Voltage Measurement And Waveforms

    KV-HW21P50 RM-W101 4-4. VOLTAGE MEASUREMENT AND WAVEFORMS A BOARD VOLTAGE LIST AND WAVEFORM Pin No. Voltage[v] Pin No. Voltage[v] Pin No. Voltage[v] IC001 1.960V (1.4)[1.5] (1.7)[1.8] 1.860V (2.3)[2.2] NTSC (3.9)[3.8] 1.680V 216.0mV NTSC 920.0mV 5.440V 1.800V 3.120V 2.040V (1.8)[1.9] (1.8)[1.7] (1.9)[0.2]...
  • Page 39 KV-HW21P50 RM-W101 A BOARD VOLTAGE LIST AND WAVEFORM Pin No. Voltage[v] Pin No. Voltage[v] Pin No. Voltage[v] IC200 10.9 IC804 Q201 23.2 23.9 (23)[23.1] (24)[23.9] Q202 –0.3 (11.3)[11.4] Q204 664.0mVp-p NTSC 23.9 Q205 10.4 11.2 (0.2)[2.2] IC601 Q601 744.0mVp-p 10.4 (0.3)[0.2]...
  • Page 40 KV-HW21P50 RM-W101 A BOARD VOLTAGE LIST AND WAVEFORM Pin No. Voltage[v] Pin No. Voltage[v] Q809 Q8010 Q814 DY800 Q900 1.320V Q901 –0.1 Q902 –0.1 Q911 Q8009 198.3 198.5 C BOARD VOLTAGE LIST AND WAVEFORM Pin No. Voltage[v] Pin No. Voltage[v] Pin No.
  • Page 41: Printed Wiring Boards And Parts Location

    KV-HW21P50 KV-HW21P50 RM-W101 RM-W101 4-5. PRINTED WIRING BOARDS AND PARTS LOCATION PRINTED WIRING BOARDS NOTE: The circuit indicated at left contains high voltage of over [Processor, Audio, Power Supply, Deflection, Tuner, Jack ] 1220 Vp-p. Please pay attention when inspecting or repairing it to prevent an electric shock.
  • Page 42 KV-HW21P50 RM-W101 PRINTED WIRING BOARDS [VIDEO AMP] – C Board – A703 CN701 A705 C754 CN704 CN703 R775 C752 R780 R781 R752 C790 R784 R776 G1-1 L780 R785 G1-2 C759 Q701 R786 EY706 R794 R766 RV750 A701 C751 B IN...
  • Page 43: Semiconductors

    KV-HW21P50 RM-W101 4-6. SEMICONDUCTORS DIODE CATHODE CATHODE ANODE ANODE (GRN) ANODE CATHODE (GRN) CATHODE ANODE ANODE BY228/A52A SPB-25MVWF D3SB60F3 1SS133T-77 MMDL914T1 10ERB20-TA2B5 MA2ZD14001S0 10ERB20-TB3 MTZJ-T-77-15 11EQS10-TB5 RD5.1ESB2 AM01AV1 UPC574J D1NL20U D3S6M-F EGP20G EL1Z GP08D RU4AM-T3 S3L20UF4 TRANSISTOR ANODE CATHODE UDZSTE-173.6B...
  • Page 44 KV-HW21P50 RM-W101 TOP VIEW BA18BC0FP-E2 PQ018EF01SZH SE135N-LF38 PQ09RD1SJ00H – 52 –...
  • Page 45: Exploded Views

    KV-HW21P50 RM-W101 SECTION 5 EXPLODED VIEWS NOTE: • • Items marked " ∗ " are not stocked since Items with no part number and no The components identified by description are not stocked because they are seldom required for routine...
  • Page 46: Electrical Parts List

    KV-HW21P50 RM-W101 The components identified by shading and mark ! are critical for safety. SECTION 6 Replace only with part number specified. ELECTRICAL PARTS LIST REF NO. PART NO. DESCRIPTION REMARK REF NO. PART NO. DESCRIPTION REMARK • Items marked " ∗ " are not stocked since •...
  • Page 47 KV-HW21P50 RM-W101 The components identified by shading and mark ! are critical for safety. Replace only with part number specified. REF NO. PART NO. DESCRIPTION REMARK REF NO. PART NO. DESCRIPTION REMARK C211 1-126-963-11 ELECT 4.7UF 20.00% 50V C647 1-126-935-11...
  • Page 48 KV-HW21P50 RM-W101 The components identified by shading and mark ! are critical for safety. Replace only with part number specified. REF NO. PART NO. DESCRIPTION REMARK REF NO. PART NO. DESCRIPTION REMARK C870 1-106-387-00 MYLAR 0.068UF 10.00% 200V D059 8-719-081-97...
  • Page 49 KV-HW21P50 RM-W101 The components identified by shading and mark ! are critical for safety. Replace only with part number specified. REF NO. PART NO. DESCRIPTION REMARK REF NO. PART NO. DESCRIPTION REMARK D823 8-719-302-43 EL1Z <JACK> D824 8-719-302-43 EL1Z D827...
  • Page 50 KV-HW21P50 RM-W101 The components identified by shading and mark ! are critical for safety. Replace only with part number specified. REF NO. PART NO. DESCRIPTION REMARK REF NO. PART NO. DESCRIPTION REMARK L010 1-469-525-91 INDUCTOR 10UH Q807 8-729-010-05 MSB709-RT1 L011...
  • Page 51 KV-HW21P50 RM-W101 The components identified by shading and mark ! are critical for safety. Replace only with part number specified. REF NO. PART NO. DESCRIPTION REMARK REF NO. PART NO. DESCRIPTION REMARK R150 1-216-809-11 METAL CHIP 1/10W R384 1-216-809-11 METAL CHIP...
  • Page 52 KV-HW21P50 RM-W101 The components identified by shading and mark ! are critical for safety. Replace only with part number specified. REF NO. PART NO. DESCRIPTION REMARK REF NO. PART NO. DESCRIPTION REMARK R831 1-216-829-11 METAL CHIP 4.7K 1/10W R928 1-218-285-11...
  • Page 53 KV-HW21P50 RM-W101 The components identified by shading and mark ! are critical for safety. Replace only with part number specified. REF NO. PART NO. DESCRIPTION REMARK REF NO. PART NO. DESCRIPTION REMARK <THERMISTOR> <JACK> THP600! 1-804-530-11 THERMISTOR, POSITIVE J751 ! 1-451-544-11 SOCKET, CRT <TEST PIN>...
  • Page 54 ! are critical for safety. Replace only with part number specified. REF NO. PART NO. DESCRIPTION REMARK REF NO. PART NO. DESCRIPTION REMARK Sony Corporation Sony Technology Malaysia Sdn. Bhd. English  9-872-404-01 Visual Products 2003.10 – 62 –...
  • Page 55: Operating Instructions

    4-100-164-11 (1) Trinitron Color TV Operating Instructions • Before operating the unit, please read this manual thoroughly and retain it for future reference. 使用說明書 • 使用本電視機之前請先詳細閱讀此手冊﹐並妥善保存以備日後用作參考。 KV-HW21 © 2003 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 56 WARNING • Dangerously high voltages are present inside the TV. • TV operating voltage: 110 – 240 V AC. • Do not plug in the power cord until you have completed making all other connections; otherwise a minimum leakage current might flow through the antenna and other terminals to ground.
  • Page 57 To prevent fire or shock hazard, do not expose the Do not plug in too many appliances to the same TV to rain or moisture. power socket. Do not damage the power cord. Pull the power cord out by the plug. Do not pull the power cord itself.
  • Page 58 x Securing the TV To prevent the TV from falling, use the supplied screws, clamps and band to secure the TV. 20 mm 3.8 mm screws clamps band Screw the band to the TV stand and to the provided hole at the rear of your TV. (1) Put a cord or chain through the clamps.
  • Page 59 Table of Contents Installation Additional Information Getting Started ........6 Connecting the 3D WOOFER (KV-HW21M53 only) ......22 Setting up your TV (“Initial Setup”) ........7 Connecting optional components ... 22 Troubleshooting ......... 24 Specifications ...... Back cover Overview of Controls TV top control, front and rear panels ..........
  • Page 60: Installation

    Installation x Getting Started Step 1 Insert the batteries (supplied) into the remote. Note • Do not use old or different types of batteries together. Step 2 Connect the antenna cable (not supplied) to 8 (antenna input) at the rear of the TV. •...
  • Page 61: Setting Up Your Tv ("initial Setup")

    x Setting up your TV (“Initial Setup”) When you turn on your TV for the first time, the “Initial Setup” menu will appear. You may change the menu language and preset the TV channels automatically using the buttons on the top control panel. and V/v/B/b buttons on the remote control can also be used for the •...
  • Page 62: Overview Of Controls

    Overview of Controls TV top control, front and rear panels TV top control panel SOUND MODE MENU PROG TV rear panel TV front panel (MONO) (MONO) (MONO) Button/Terminal Function Page Turn off or turn on the TV. Remote control sensor. –...
  • Page 63: Using The Remote Control And Basic Functions

    Using the remote control and basic functions PROG MENU Button Description Page Turn off temporarily or turn on the TV. – Display the TV program. – Jump to previous program number. – PROG +/– Select program number. – 2 +/– Adjust volume.
  • Page 64 continued Button Description Page Select sound mode options with a 5-Band Graphic Equalizer display. Select picture mode options. Menu operations MENU Display or cancel the menu. Confirm selected items. V, v, B, b Select and adjust items. Timer operations Set TV to turn on automatically. –...
  • Page 65: Advanced Operations

    Advanced Operations Selecting the picture and sound modes You can select picture and sound modes and adjust the setting to your preference in the “Personal” option. Selecting the picture mode Press to select the desired picture mode. Select To view “Dynamic”...
  • Page 66: Menu Adjustment

    Menu Adjustment x Introducing the menu system The MENU button lets you open a menu and change the settings of your TV. The following is an overview of the menu system. Return icon Picture icon Name of the current Sound icon Setup menu Language:...
  • Page 67 Level 3/Function Page Level 1 Level 2 “Timer” “Sleep Timer” Set TV to turn off automatically. “Wake Up Timer” Set TV to turn on automatically. “Channel Setup” “Auto Program” Preset channels automatically. “Manual Program” Preset channels manually. Select the TV system: “TV System”...
  • Page 68 How to use the menu PROG Picture Press MENU to Mode: Dynamic Picture Adjustment display the menu. Color Temperature: Cool Intelligent Picture: MENU Select Confirm Press V or v to select the desired item. Channel Setup Auto Program Manual Program TV System: Program Label Program Block...
  • Page 69: Changing The "picture" Setting

    x Changing the “Picture” setting The “Picture” menu allows you to adjust the picture settings. Press MENU. Make sure the “Picture” icon ( ) is Picture Mode: Dynamic selected, then press Picture Adjustment Color Temperature: Cool Intelligent Picture: Select Confirm Press V or v to select the desired item (e.g., “Mode”), then press Select “Mode”...
  • Page 70: Changing The "sound" Setting

    x Changing the “Sound” setting The “Sound” menu allows you to adjust the sound settings. Press MENU. Press V or v to select the “Sound” Sound Mode: Dynamic icon ( ), then press Sound Adjustment Balance Intelligent Volume: Surround: Select Confirm Press V or v to select the desired item (e.g., “Mode”), then press Select...
  • Page 71 Adjusting the “Sound Adjustment” item under “Personal” mode The 5-Band Graphic Equalizer feature allows you to adjust sound frequency settings of “Personal” mode in the menu. Make sure that “Adjust” is selected, Adjustment: Personal then press Adjust Reset Selecting “Reset” will set your TV to the factory setting.
  • Page 72: Changing The "timer" Setting

    x Changing the “Timer” setting The “Timer” menu allows you to set TV to turn off and turn on automatically. Press MENU. Press V or v to select the “Timer” icon ( ), Timer then press Sleep Timer: Wake Up Timer: Select Confirm Press V or v to select the desired item (e.g., “Sleep Timer”), then press...
  • Page 73: Changing The "channel Setup" Setting

    , then press V or v to choose either “On” or “Off”. If you preset a locked program number, that program number will be unlocked automatically. Note (KV-HW21P50 only) • During automatic channel presetting, your TV screen will indicate “B/G” for the “TV System”. continue Menu Adjustment...
  • Page 74 continued Presetting channels manually After selecting “Manual Program”, select the program number to which you want to preset a channel. Manual Program Program: (1) Make sure “Program” is selected, then press TV System: VHF Low (2) Press V or v until the program number you want Fine: Auto Skip:...
  • Page 75: Changing The "setup" Setting

    x Changing the “Setup” setting The “Setup” menu allows you to change the menu language, change the picture size, label the connected equipment, select the color system and enjoy audio equipment sound. Press MENU. Press V or v to select the “Setup” icon Setup ), then press Language:...
  • Page 76: Additional Information

    Additional Information x Connecting the 3D WOOFER KV-HW21M53 only You can enjoy high quality sound by connecting the 3D WOOFER as follows: Step 1 Step 2 3D WOOFER Red wire Black wire Notes • Connect only the supplied 3D WOOFER; otherwise your TV may malfunction. •...
  • Page 77 Connecting to the monitor output terminal ( T ) TV rear panel Audio system Audio/Video (MONO) (MONO) cable (not supplied) Connecting to the component video input terminal ( TV rear panel Component video cable (not supplied) (MONO) (MONO) DVD player Audio cable (not supplied) Notes...
  • Page 78: Troubleshooting

    Troubleshooting If you find any problem while viewing your TV, please check the following guide. If any problem persists, contact your Sony dealer. Troubleshooting guide Symptom Possible cause Solutions Page Snowy picture • The connection is loose • Check the antenna cable and connection or the cable is on the TV, VCR and at the wall.
  • Page 79 Dotted lines or interference from cars, equipment near the TV. stripes neon signs, hair dryers, – • Check the antenna setup. Contact a Sony power generators, etc. dealer for advice. • Use a highly directional antenna. – • Broadcast signals are...
  • Page 80 (standby) indicator flashes. Press ! indicator on indicates the possible (main power) to turn off your TV. your TV flashes problems. Contact your nearest Sony service center. red several times after every three seconds. • Changes in room TV cabinet temperature sometimes creaks.
  • Page 81: Specifications

    Specifications KV-HW21M53 KV-HW21M50 KV-HW21P50 Note 110-240 V AC, 50/60 Hz Power requirements Power consumption (W) Indicated on the rear of the TV B/G, I, D/K, M Television system PAL, PAL 60, SECAM, NTSC3.58, PAL, PAL 60, Color system NTSC4.43 NTSC4.43 NTSC3.58 (AV IN)

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